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Revelstoke Herald May 6, 1899

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 ,'l*  /   / ������������������     >  *^U*~ /     (-J //������" MtLs-C.-rt-r   (>w^t7  V  ._.^_--.r-?;  ������r V  _r_n     /  Vol. 111.    No. 36.  -issued twio:e-.a.--w-:e:e:k:������������������w-e3D35tesx3^ys  .A-usra  s_a_ttx:r,:d.a.~5_-������  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, MAY 6,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  ���������������_���������.  1 "I  1 CB. Humci  &Co.  New Goods  are  arriving daily  The Great Departmental  BOURNE BROS.  Come and See  them  and get our  prices  HEADQUARTERS FOR RELIABLE GOODS  Every day in the weekiwe talk shop for the benefit of shoppers. So much advertising  would soon get monotonous if it represented anything short of downright economy. People  don't read for the sake.of reading. They want to save money. The fact of.great crowds  here isn't a mere happen so, and the success of the bu.iness in all the departments isn't mere  luck.. Just as surely as trade increases facilities improve, values enlarge and prices become  lower. - The more business we. do the more generous we can afford tocbe, and shoppers who  know "a thing or two" are the women who fill this'store every day. If you need any of  these things you'll be sure'to buy them at these prices.    Just glance through these items:  Groceries  Provisions  Flour  3������eed  Boots  Shoes  Dry Goods  Dress G-oods I \  Hats  Caps  Hardware  Etc.: ���������  Watch  for  our  announcement  in  ii  next  issue.  Hosiery  Gents' Plain Black all Wool Cashmere Half  Hose, spliced heels anel toe, extra Rood  quality, rcRiilar SOc. and 60c, on sale        n r,  'at Hose  Dapartment   '--.UU  Gents' Grey .Mixed Union.Half Hose, extra  good quality, regular '20c. anel 25c; on sale  #_r._T.r.:,...2 PAIR FOR 25C.  Ladies' Extra Fine Plain Black Cashmere  Hose, high spliced ankles anel full fashioned,  made of line smooth yard, warranted to  give good wear, exceptional value n c  at..*. "...00  Natty Oxford  ,ShOeS (For Ladies.)  Ladles' Tan Oxford Shoes, turn soles.kld lined,  ��������� self tips, all sizes, 2U to 7, regular I cn  *3.00, very special | .01)  Ladies' Chocolate Dongola Kid Oxfords, very  ��������� flexible soles, kid tips, fancy vesting laee,  very natty shoes, exceedingly n **������c  good value at   Z.lu  Ladles' Steppe Tan Kid, a beautiful shade of  brown, handsome silk brocaded vesting top,  princess toe, beautifully Hiiishcd, the nattiest tan oxtord made by American n nn  manufacturers, very special  U.UU  !|C.B. Hume & Co,  WHOLESALE    AND    KETAIL  GENERAL MERCHANTS  ���������4f4***4������4HHf4HHf44(*44HHH(������������4f*4rt ,  Ladies' Belts  There is no use of paying any more than we  are asking for Ladles' Belts. No need to look  around to And a better assortment.   Here are  ' a few' suggestions from thc cheaper priced  qualities:  i.  Ladles' Belts, made ot'split leather, assorted  colorB,  nickle buckle,...:; 25  Ladles' White Leather Belts, can be washed as  often as necessary and always looks new and  noat BO  Morocco Belts, with stitched edge, assorted  colors, leather covered buckle", 35  Black Elastic Belts, braided, at  f 75  Turkish Rugs  and '  Carpet Squares  Rugs and Squares are becoming moreipopular  every year, and this season lhc demand has  been very active. We anticipated this and  bought liberally of the most desirable kinds.  Our display on the second floor comprises a  pleasing variety in rich and most artistic  effects. We cannot begin to tell enough  about them here, so we will wait until you  come to the store, where you can personally  inspect the collection for yourself. We feel  confident thc assortment will satisfy you.  Ladies' Sailor  Hats  White and Colored rustic straw sailors  special sale price   .75  THE FRENCH GREEK CO*  Newest up-to-date white rustic straw sailors,  with black and colored bands, I' OR  special sale price I .___.U  Assorted Straw' Sailors, best value 1 AA  iu the city at I .UU  Children's  Bonnets  Children's Embroidered * Silk Bonnets, full  ruche front, special value In these -1 r  at .���������. ....(0  Childrens' Straw Hats, all . ��������� *)"������ "XXL Af.  colors, at  *������J������ JJ������ W,  Children's Felt Tarns, all-colors, sale Cft  price ������3v  -.Our buyer  is  on the; full tMtr all^th-*: tim'^  newest special things.-that we may bring!them to-Revelstoke."���������'<- We're  not- stopping at any  thing tojret'theTright goods to sell at right prices.      This business couldn't always go to the  lengths we  do'now,' biit since we'vestarted to do'things differently, shoppers will tind the  Great Departmental" Store more and moreto thoir, liking/ * '   *  Revelstoke's Great Departmental Store  Pay Two Profits >  When by Paying CASH you can buy at Wholesale Prices, from  ^CONSUMER'S-WHOLESALE SUPPLYLSTORE.  We Carry a Complete Stock of  Genera! Groceries. Canned Goods, Teas,  Coffees, Spices, Dried Fruits, Tobaccos,  Cigars, Mining Supplies, Blankets,  Gloves. Underwear, Overalls, Etc.,  And have leased the building formerly occupied by A. Macdonald & Co., Wholesale Merchants,  at Revelstoke.  WE  SELL FOB, CASH ONLY  As our prices are so low that we cannot afford to take any risk of loss from bad debt* such ns  are contracted by the CREDIT SYSTEM. By buying from U3 yon -will profit'by this as you  will save the Retailer's Profit.  We are saving expenses in every way.   We have no large staff of clerks or bookkeepers.  Store is not an Elaborate Retail Establishment, but our goods are the best that money can  Our  buy, and it is for the quality of these goods only that you will have to"'~pay.    .  Out* prices are too numerous to publish here, but we will have in about a. week a printed "catalogue which we will forward to housekeepers and others, and in which all our prices will  Iks given.   Order. ' -   .  Special  Quotations  Given  Attention' Given to  on  Large Quantities.      Estimates   Furnished Promptly.  Large Orders for the Entire Supplies for Hotels, Boarding  Houses,  Camps and  Mines.  white :fo:E-_  otjk_  catalogue to  Special  the E. APPLETON OOMPANY,  RTSV-filT-aT-QTrEl. fi." 0.  Account of the Work Done on French  Creek Up to Date ��������� Lack of Labor a  Serious Drawback ���������The Whole of the  Property Will be Thoroughly Prospected This Season.  In Mr. J. D. Sibbald's report in the  mining report for 1898 is einl)odi������;d the  following account of * the French  Creek Company's operations up tei  date, furnished by, Mr. J. M. Skeaff.  the engineer in charge:  '* Preliminary surveys nnd investigations for construction of the plant  were commenced May SOth of last year.  Construction was commenced June* 14.  and sus'pendeel for the 6eane)ii November 3rd. It was commenced again this  year May 12th, as soon as the weather  woulel permit, and finished August 1st.  Washing was commenced August 9th  and continued (mure or less interruptedly) until November 7th, when frost  prevented further washing.  " The water for washing is taken  from French Creek, through substantial head-works, by "a 34 x 4-foot flume,  12.200 feet long. Connected with the  flume are 1.587 feet of wasteways. The  capacity of the flume is a little in  excess of 75 cubic feet per second. On  the flume line there are some heavy  cuts., 3,151 feet, of trestle from 2 to 40  feet high, two bridges (the larger 187  feet long and 90 feet high), and two  tunnels, 5x5$ feet in the clear, e.nd 100  feet and 279 feet in length. The elevation of the flume gives an excess of  pressure, at thu mines; this was the  result of obstacles to flume construction at a lower elevation. From a  point near the end of the flume to  licdrock in the* mine the elevation is  412 feet. A branch flume takes the  water from the main flume at this  point and conveys it to a* penstock 45  feet long, at an elevation 112 feet.  lower, from which a pipe line 1,825 feet  long conveys it to t wo No. 0 Giants in  the mine. The bedrock flume is 108  feet long, and is set in a rock excavation 30 feet-deep in solid rimvock. A  derrick of 6 tons capacity, operated by  a Pelton wheel, is used to remove the  boulders in prncess of washing. To  supply lumber for the construction of  the plant, the company bniltasawmill  with a capacity of 12,000 feet of lumber  per day. The mill is operated by a  tm bine wheel .supplied by waler  through a 600-foot flume. A. logging  flume 2,802 feet long wns. another  -adjunct to the sawmill.'. This summer  a bonrding.lionse, sleeping ��������� houses; for.  the men, storehouses, and eifflce have  been built of sawed lumber.  " The installation of the plant would  have been well on to completion last  fall had there not been the ninny very  seriousdelays caused by the Jack . o'f  transportation facilities between Revelstoke, the base of supplies, and the  mine, and the wretched condition of  the trails, which was aggravated by  an exceptionally wet season. Part eif  the supplies were packed tbe entire  distance of 70 miles from Revelstoke tithe mine. Towards the middle of the  season the company succeeded in  getting the C. P. R. to take four  steamers loads of machinery and  supplies from-Revelstoke up the Columbia river to La Porte, -about '46  niiles, from whence it was parked to  the mines on animals. Small boats  were also employed between Revelstoke and La Porte. The company  had 50o pack animals' of ' their own,  besides 24 others under contract, and  in addition got some assistance from  .local Piickers.^ JLast year the company  spent on pack-train' outfits^paeking  and-freight charges, between Revelstoke and thc mine ahout $12,000.  " This year the company got the  steamer Lytton to make three trips  wilh additional machinery -and supplies from Revelstoke to La Porte, as  soon as the river was high enough to  take the steamer up, about the middle  of May. Small boats were again  employed in September anel October  to take provisions up for next spring,  anel some of the . provisions . were  packed from Revelstoke to the mine  lo insure against delay. Packing arid  connected expenses to the mine, and  river freight, cost about $0,000. This  is .exclusive of railroad freight on  machinery, etc. As- washing was  commenced towards the end of the  season the company did not expect  much moro from the mine than to  shape thn work and the ground and  leave it in a more workable and systematized condition for the spi ing.  Bnt even under the circumstances  better results would have been obtained had it not been for the serious  lack of labor. Owing to this' a night  shift could not l*e run, and about  three-quarters ������if the time s'.nce washing wns commenced there was only 'a  half-day shift. It is to he regretted  that so heavy an investment as,"this  company has made on French 'creek  (which amounts to aboul $100,000) for  construction of-plant alone and expenses directly connected with construction, exclusive of purchase price  of property "anil operating.expenses  since ^Washing comitieVf-ed,' Mint it  should'Tie Meopai-diife'fi',-'.'filir lack of  labor-ndign there.is supp'dseiil to be so  much unemployed lalior.jii the country, and when itis led to helieve that'  such enterprises are* haileel with  enthusiasm to give labor employment'  and open a section of undeveloped  country, which has been actually  pioneered hy this company on the first  large scale. Tent life is unavoidable  during construction, but now the  company has comfortable warm buildings of ample size for ita employees,  and -a-hoarding house stocked with  the best'provisions the countrv affords  nnd, n& stated, it is a very serious  drawback to this and similar investments .that, may follow, that labor  will nofrtt__������,ftbetter_������l<lof this class  of work when opportunity for work is  afforded.  " When construction was finished  and operating commenced the company began lo systematically prospect the undeveloped part of their  properly to the extent that the limited  amount of labor would allow. This  work will be continued next year  until the whole of the property is  thoroughly pmspeetcd."  Har-  Public School Report  division 1  V. Class���������1st. Eva Lung;  2nd  rold Clark; 3rd, Edilh Fraser.  IV, Class���������Ist. El vie Lofsvold, 2nd,  Bessie Lawson; 3rd, Ernest Hanson.  Ill Clnss���������1st. George Pettipiece;  2nd, Cato Forrest; 3rd. Ancil Hillier.  DIVISION II  III Class -Maud Hyatt, Pearl Robinson, Mary Edwaids.  II Class���������Annie Hanson, Robert  Cayley. J. Purple.  I Class���������Alice Feiris, Bennie Dickey,  Jannet Brown.  DIVISION IH���������SECOND PRIMER SU.  Guy Varnes, Nellie Bain, Gertie  Lawson.  SECOND PRIMER JR.  Ne'llion Robertson, Jackie Sihbald.  Edith Cooke.  FIRST PRIMER  Arthur Cayley, Willie Kernaghan,  Jennie Hyatt.  B CLASS  Lottie Ferris, Gertrude Dent, Jules  Perrin.  A CLASS .  George Campbell, Conrad Anderson,  Harry Montgomery.  Little Boy���������Runaway Team���������  A runaway which might h>ive hatl  a serious result occurred yesterday  afternoon on First street eeist. A  team drawing a plo<v on a steme boat  was crossing the spur when the horses  got entangled in'the whiffle tree and  the driver losjt* first control and then  the reins. -. On the plow was seated a  little boy, with whom the horses  started off * towards' Mackenzie ave.  Luckily the little chap was rolled off  his dangerous perch without urging  and directly afterwards another lurch  sent the plow flying to the siele of the  road.' The team raced on and seemed  to have immediate business wilh the  Molsons bank, but took another  swerve before they quite reached the  sidewalk and ran into a telephone  pole on the other side of tbe street,  which held them fast by the whiffle-  tV'ee. ��������� The practice"of children,- climbing > on #to* every :kind ��������� of passing  conveyance to get ,a ride will, end in  some fatal accident yet. "'   *   '  THOMPSON'S LANDING'  Navigation of the Arm Opened by the  Arrival of the Kootenay ��������� Passengers  in Large Numbers for Trout Lake  City���������Tbe Wagon Roads Impassable  Except for Pedestrians.  Thompson's   Landing,   April 30.���������  On   April  2tth,   at  4   p.m..   the s.s. ���������  Kootenay   was seen   coming   up the  Arm towards Comaplix and everyone ���������  was delighted to see navigation "once  more     opened     up.    We   have  been ���������  closed in here for some time and the  sound of a bout's whistle is appreciateel :  by our inhabitants.   The ice still holds ���������  iti   the   Arm,     excepting   where the  channel is cut through, but the boats  have not yet been  running regularly. ���������  It   seems   they   cannot get down  to  regular business and our mail system  is in consequence very unsatisfactory.  On the 24th there were "quite a num- :  ber of passengers on the s.s. Kootenay;  among them was Mrs. O'Connor,  who -  is returning to Ferguson to reopen her ���������  hotel there.     On  the 27th 14 people -  came   in,   most  of  them   bound   fort  Trout  Lake.     Two   newly    married -  couples were also on board and registered at the Prospector's   Exchange..,,  They were   Charles   and   Mrs.   Olsen  and'Oscar and Mrs. Jacobson.   ..  The roads are still in a bad condition t  anel teams cannot possibly get through .  to Trout Lake so passengers destined  to lhat point are obliged to walk.  The Chiniman in Blue.  Kang Yen Wei, the great Chinese  reformer', who recently took refuge  from the vengeance of t.he Empress of  China, under the broad folds of the  Union Jack, passed through Revelstoke on Thursday morning, en route  from Vancouver for England. He was  accompanied.hy his private secretary,  Le*e Tong, und suite consisting eif Ley  Kum and Lu Gee Wing. Kang  appeared for a few minutes on the  platform of the sleeper and was  -addressed by some resident Chinamen,  but did not appear to receive their  advances with much favor. He was  attired in a long robe of blue silk, but  the rest of his party affected European  costume. , They will stop over at  Ottawa and Montreal anil expert to  sail for England on the Lucania in  about two weeks.  Provincial Const. McRae Leaving."  Prov. Const. A. McRae has been  transferred to Fernie and will leave  for that place on Monday next. It  is with much regret that the Herald  chronicles theapproaehing severance  of the genial ' "Sandy's" connection  with Revelstoke. - During his period  of duty here Mr. McRae has proved  himself a thoroughly efficient and  capable officer, who knew how to  elo his eltity with promptness and  derision while avoiding any appearance of bluster or inedtUesomeness,  As chief of the No. 1 fire brigade he  has mieie an excellent record. He will  he surely missed hy Lhe Gun club and  tho St. Andrew's society and in every  department of' the t-ocial life of this  place in which he could take, i hand  without interference of his duty.  THE EMPIRE CROUP  Sold to an English Syndicate for $30,000  Cash���������Work Will Commence  oo  the  Property   as   Soon   as    the   Season  Permits.  - O. D. Beiiir ywreummated a deal this -  week through VV. Crickmay. of Van-. *  couver"' with an * knglish syndicate of.-,  the Empire group in  the Trout Lake-  Mining division for ������6,000 cash.      The .  group  consists   of  five   full . claims,  Revelstoke. Allouez,' Negannee, Pewa- >_ ,  bic, and Crested Butte.     It is situated  ten niiles from Ferguson on the head-; t  waters of Cariboo creek,  a tributary .  of the Duncan.   Tne vein, which is a.i  contact of lime and schist, runs across .  the five claims and averages  four feet,  and on the'AHouez shows a width of .  seven feet.     It consists of galena, iron .  and copper.     As it is free of wash and  vegetation, one; cun'  walk, on "it-for?-  almost ils entire length.   The group -.  adjoins the well known Wagner group '  on the northwest and is reached from   .  Ten-Mile, the terminus of the-govern- '  ment  wagon  road,   hy four miles of  -  pack trail. "About 75 feet .of develop- ���������  ment work bas been done, showing up  good   bodies  of  ore.' - The    original  -  owneis of the property are all resi-  elents of Revelstoke and may be con-y"  gratulated on  the successful  issue or  the   deal.     Mr. .Hoar   has   been   in- ;  structed bv telegiam'to fix the trails  .  and build houses on  the property afc  once. _  ^Special Board of Trade Meeting.  A   special   preneral   meetimr of the  hoard of trade was held on Thursday  .  evening in the board rotwn.   Dr.,Cross.-.-  was proposed and elected as a member  of the hoard.  The question of holding the general 4  meeting of the board monthly instead -  of quarterly was taken up and the-,  council instructed to bring in an .-  amendment to the present bylaws  authorising the change.  Theallimportant-matter-ot-freighfc^-;  rates was then discussed and a com- _  mittee of business men,' Messrs/-- H. J. *  Bourne. W. M. Lawrence, C/*F. Lind- ���������  mark and Jas.* GilT appointed to pre- <;.  pare data on which the council could  frame a report.  It was agreed  to request Mr. J. M. ..  Kellie   to   be   present  at.-- the-, next.  meeting to consult as to the required -.  trail from  Goldstream to .the Canoe  river. "   "  "'   "_..������r  The- construction of the . Lardeau  railway was discussed and the city -���������;  council were asked to cooperate with .  the board to form a strong delegation .-  to interview Mr. Van "Home.-who is-  now in the province, in order to try---  and get construction started from this  end. "   ��������� "*  Sultana  A. Gainer and C. E. Bailey arrived  in Arrowhead from Spokane on Wednesday and commenced making preparations to start out for their property,  the Sultana;'which lies on the north-  past arm, close to the Great Western..  The Sultana is a nice property and the  indications are that under develop-  m:*nt it will turn out a very valuable  one. .  A Good Catch.  Mayor McCarty stoppeel a runaway  on Mackenzie avenue yesterday morning with'considerable agility. It was  running up Mackenzie Ave., touching  only in high places. It was tbe work  ipf~"less than two seconds with his  worship to stride up alongside from  behind and grab a flying rein, with  which-he brought the flying animal to  a standstill.   ' _  White Labor the Best  The Revelstoke Steam Laundry is  giving the utmost satisfaction to all  their patrons. The finish on white  shirts is quite superior to the Chinese  work and just as cheap. This new  industry is working up a splendid  husiness, and well they should, when  they give better service than ' the  Chinese.-   Encourage white labor.  An Interesting Visit.  A representative of the Herald had .  the pleasure of a visit yesterday,  through car No. 101 of the Interna- ���������  tional Coirespoiidence Schools, of  Scran ton. Pa., which is in charge *'of .  Mr. Ed." Si. Sawyer. The car is not  only a handsome one, ��������� but contains  some excellent models of all the intricate parts tbat go tn make up the  locomotive such as the air brake,  water inspirator, etc.. which give'the  students a knowledge of Lhe inside  workings of these parts, which they  cannot obtain in any other way. Mr.  Sawyer, who iscalways delighted to  show visitors through the car. informed the Herald that the Schools had  2.500 students on the C.P.R. alone.  The chief object of interest to visitors,  however, is the model of the up-to-  date locomotive, built by one of thp  students of the schools.' Mr. George  Denny. This engine is a perfect  model, and shoulel be seen to fully appreciate the beauties of the work of  the builder.  A Soft Thing     . .  When Hewitt Bostock. M.P-,: failed  to withdraw his anti-pass bill, at the  bidding of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. he.  showed that he was tired of. .being*  stepped 011 eveiy time his party wants  . to rest its feet  ou something soft".���������"  V.Toronto Telegram'.'  r  Vtfjy.ri  '���������"jtfvt; Revelstoke   Herald  Published in lateresta o  toko,  Lards:.-, Bis Bond. TeQ-t Lake  :cillevre������u  Albon Oanyon, -Jordan  !*_.*_ aad Kasle i*ft53 ilistricw.  A- JOHNSON.  ..Proprietor  A 3������n*.i-''.Vt_e������_.lj' Journal. publliiti-d in Iht'  lutoreaU o; Ke. eltto-e ixnd tho gurrouu line:  cijlrtct. 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Uivy ua tt triHl  e._ youriic-ioid r.  -u Cortc<.ponUeiiu: \Vt������ lm ce.rrosponil-  f nee on any subject ol ine.;r..'3t to ihu v,'...nor.il  [.ublic. ind desire a rell-bl- regular oorro--  pondecit en every locali jsurroundiiiR  .-wevelatoke. Iu all cases ihe bona llii-s naint  cl the writer cms!noconicany luaiitidcript, Out  loi nece--_.ari.y l.ir puolictio, .  .vdareas all ooaiinunicatiana  -   REVELSTOKE HERALD  Rovolstoke, B. C  HOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  I: AU ���������? ,': espondenco    must   bo : legibly  .vrittciion: n. tide of the paper only.  'i. Corr?i=p9idence .    containing      pergonal,  : matter uiiiV ,ibe iijtned .wlLh tl.^ pr per name'  cf the vrriu't. -  3. 'i.'orie_.-rf?>ndence   with .reference . to? any  . IhinR that  a.\B? appeared  In  anoiher   paper  .const Aral be offerea .tor publication to that  paper before 1 lean appear ui Tub Hkiiald-  .SATURDAY;!  MAY      6,  1S99.:  THE  SYNOD.  The  Important   Meeting to be  Held in  .;-??? Calgary This.Week. ? _:?��������� \? y  ?:??_,?: CalgaryHerald,? May 2.:  vV? The'synod* of -British ?Co'iumbia  iu  connexion   with-??    the    Presbyterian  .church?will meet in this city? tomor-  ; TOw.'JVeelnestlay,?' ??morning ���������' ,at .10  ������������������V'cIoSk':--"-.':      ::'������������������:,���������. ;"        ??'?.?���������;, v?  '.'������������������. Over .30'.'delegates'.- are likely lolie  : present,?or ..more,.specially," 2:: from  the .*: Presbytery   of. ?. Victoria f ..4.? from  ���������f the '.���������.Presbytery;-: of - ���������."SVestinihster;'? ? f'b  ?. from? the Presbytery   .Voti Kamloops ;  .10   fromythe   Presbytery. ?o������ ?,Edmonton, .arid 12. from 'thei Presbytery  Calgary.?? ?y-.????.'-.?>���������.:?...,?..,?- 'if-'-,"?.-.  of'  ENGLISH  RACING  FASHION AND FABRIC  Scnrlot vclvot hatbanela eiro cnnsldereMl  very chio with white piquo or ducktailor  gowns.  In Paris belta of. goatskin, blnck nnei  white speckled, anil fastened with polished  steel aud turtiuolso aiiel ruby clasps, nro a  fad.  Military trimmings nro boing manufactured for fall gowns. Thero nro epaulets,  adjutant's covdings ninl a gteat array oi  gold braid and trappings.  RtuuEOii I.s ono ot llio coming autumn j  shades. It linn a (-rout deal of rich, deep j  crimson In it anel is Keen iu rich autumn I  iiiiitorlnls In silk nml wool. j  SIcovcr coiifliuio to fit:thn nrnifi closely. '  Somo womuii stick to tho pulT on tha j  chouleicr, but thoy cannot ooiisidor tlicm ��������� '  tolvci! In tho first rank of fashion. j  A t-injicitl flounce decorate1*  tho  n<>.������'e_i-t j  fjng ulster cont.    It h;u ti high collar nnd !  In point of  color light j;ruy proinMv. to  oust t.in, vrliloh.lnis held Its own to long,   i  Those who do  not enro to went   wash '  dresses at tho seaside can lighten tin ullurt  of thoir stiff (-owns by uiuiuis of checked,  flowered or plain pieiuo collars mill rovers.  A now cor*-i't. deiiijiicd  solely for  coin-  fort, Is  ninth) of  ii light,'supplo. material  r.nel boned with"alternato straps of olnstio.  It  is well ndiiptctl for easy-and  nogligeo I  wear. :  ���������\V.-ilking dresses inado half of isilk niiel ]  half oC ,scrgu or sinnei other woolen stuff j  are being worn in London.    This fashion '  nlloreis  a  gooil  opportunity   for  making  over old gowns.-;  NYool.crorta.de'.chine Is a new material  whioh promises tobo much used for autumn' gowns.?; Ono. of tho nici������6 taking  .Icaturos ot this now goods is that it doei  not wrinklo and drapes gracefully.  Shirt waists ot white taffeta tire Hindu  with a yoke of guipuro lnco with fichu effect.-. 'i'he sleeves aro also ot guipuro, and  two tinyknifo plaited nidle'i finish tho  bottom;' giving tho.bodice tho appearance  of * i-hort basque.  .;\'ho latest notion'in millinery is narrow  black veHot; mounted on wiro, no thnt it  cun be bent "into any form required for  bows, wings, robctle., loops, etc. Ic has  found great favor,'for;'.in'*addition, to boing cileotivo, it is light and airy and looks  well with gnuzoliko: malorlals.���������^Now  York Sun.  BIBLE  FACTS.  TIIE PRETTY BONNET.  IT WAS MADE  BY A WESTERN   GIRL  ON  ENTIRELY ORIGINAL-LINE8.  ItWni tlio I_OTellent Thine Miss Manhattan Ever Saw, and Sho Wanteel One Jnst  Wko It���������Then tho Olrl from the West  l>t lier Into a Littlo Secret.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MliTUODIST CHUKC1I ��������� Kovolatoke.  I'reaohiug serMCce al 11 a.m. ar.d 7:3,  p.m. Ciai.8 uiuctlng at thu closo ot th.  iiiorninK service, .-.ahbolh cchoul and Bible  Olaim at '2:;!U p.m. Weekly prayor eneetiux  every Wedniuuay ovuiiIok ai 7:31) p.m. The  pubii.iaru cordially invited.' So-Un tree.  UKV. 8. J. THOMFSON, Pautcr.  X^>   liovelitoke  ?v -The,; Two.;Thousand???,Gu^as_?;,wa6,  run ? last?.Wednesday, :;Apr^W.th,'*?.'_rid'  'the: Duke/of?"NVestminster's.?:b-*y;;?colt  :FiyingKFoxc was ?the ?witinev:??:\The  ; American -bred ? colt??Gairuah,ynotuin-?  ated ?by? Lord TVill iam; Beresford, and  ridden by? Tod? Sloan;'*; was second - and  ^Leopold': de.??^Rbtbschild's;s'-?;Trident:  : third. ��������� Flying Fox; was .always known  to beV'a? good: one: but?after winning  ?the New? Stakes at Ascot. and;.another.;  at Sando-n.1 .hei.went?amiss;?;and :?al-  :though1 he ? forfeited* several ? engage-,  'luects and was? thrown.iup ?'for some  (.time, ..-.'he was -brought ? out"again -.too  sewn 'and. still1;weak from?.the'.^effects'  ���������'.-'of'-'his illness ?lost the^Hemptonvlm-  ,Imperial .to St. Grisfand Middle Park  Plate? to? Caimen', f but  he  afterwards.  ?won the. Criterion in good style. ?Cai-'  man "won." the  Middle. Park: Plate-vso  readily? ? the?  most  turfites   thought.  : he .was ihe__?best two:year; old of -'the  v season, "'���������*������������������ and .eh? .was  favorite; for  _?the. ;!GuineaS' all? the winter,  biit the  : result  of   the 'race ? has v.proved -.that  .'���������.'.to?-be.  a? fallacy:   Flying LFox   is?byj  Crime,   thebriniant?'but?' unlucky' son  _ot7 Ormonde,: whoi but for? being pbis-  ���������':. ohed'Dy-somerniscreant'in.the Kinga-  . clere stables .would most' likely . liave:  : ? swept the .board :of-.- the .classic rapes  of  1SS2.  .He. .however, : won  theV.'ten  ���������? thousand1 pounder, the Eclipse Stak'es  ...when? only   half   trained,^ ?:defeating  y his uncie,  Orineto,: who  was. a? great  'horse., ;He  also  won, ten -same  race  ;  nest year, anef;-is: the only horse: who  * has won the Eclipse?: Stakes -twice. ������������������;.'  '^^-FlyingviFpsiwesn'itheiiT-wai^housauA  in a -canter^hy-'tTvo  lengths,; and .as  Caiman is .not engaged in the'Derby  the. latter race would seem atpresent  .to?? be  only  a ���������_. q.ustion- oi .health  for  ..the Duke, ot Westminster's .colt.?:  A pribCiicr coudcinncd to solitary oon-  Dnemeii! ibt.iined a copy of tho Uiblo, nml  hy threio years' caroful study obtained the  following-.facts:  Tho Bible)   oontaina   8,080,480   lottora,  773,003. words, 31,173 versos, 1,1S9  chapters and 110 books.  ���������'.. Tho.word; "anil" occurs 40,277 times.  Tho word !'reverend'' occur������ but onco,  which i-. in lhe nintli Terse of tho ono  hundred nntl cloven th ptialin.  Tlio midtllo icrco Is tho eighth verso ot  tho ono hundred und'nlghtcetitlvp'salin.  The twcnty-fli-nt verso ot the heventh  chapter ot Ezra contains all tho letter������ in  the alphahot except, tho letter j.  'i'ho finest chapter to rend Ssthu twenty  ilith clinptur of thu!Acts of tho Apostles  Tho nineteenth chapter of IL Kings unil  the eighty-Koventh chapter of Isiiiuh are  alike.  Tho longciti verso is the ninth verto ol  tho eighth chapter of llsiher.  Tho shortest verso Is tho thirty-fifth  verso ot  the. eleventh chapter nf Sit. John.  Tho ulghth, fifteenth, twe:ily-llrFt.fnnd  thirty-iirst verses of tho ono hiuidrcil and  seventh psr.lin aro alike.  IliicIi   vei'FO of   tho  ono  hun tired   and  thirty-siMh psnlui enel nllhe.  .    Tho last word  in  thc Bible is oracc.���������  5t. louis Post-Dispi.tch.  It  is sad to think that when a  asa by _i3 own heroic endeavor-  succeeds in reaching the pinnacle o;  fame and honor,, there will be found  inc-r. base ecouga to rake up the d2.vn  a_shes of the past in an endp.i* o** ".o  drag him down again. It is row  heing tvhispe-red about that Ad ml ml  Dcwc"  is  a teetotaller.  Kon. Mr. Tarte attribute? the delay  in the completion o* tne Edmonton  bridge to the war between Spain and  -he United States. As usual, "Dewey  did if."        Admiral Pallisc-r of the Pacific  squadror. has reported favorably on  the test of the Crow's Nest coal and  will recommend the admiralty;to use  it. Hitherto it has been necessary  for British -warships on the Pacific  coast to get their coal from Wales, a  fact which might cause very gTeat  -inconvenience in wartime.  -THE KINETOSCOPE.  .About tho only. dark?, (speck' of ws-r;or'  !41in .hprizoii-ii6'.W' is the coming .Bisinarcl;  mciiioirs.���������BostonHornkl.-' ?,  Dewey or Schley should .be detailed ta  present, tho Ailiericnn claimsagainstTur?;  .key.���������-Pittsburg. Cliroiiiclo-Tolograph.?  Oauada-. is   bogirining; to   notico thai  .'Uncle Sam's farm  fenco is: hot  made  oi  barbed'-- wiro   after. '; all."���������'..��������� .Philadelphia  Ledger...,*       ���������:.'���������':���������  ���������'���������������������������;"':.:y'^,.';  1 Ic ia nll.well enough* to talk'.about stop-'  -pinV-t-hei-bloodsjicel^^ bT^cle^n^cacg^butj  _tho-!football' season  will begin .In a few"?  '.weeks.���������Cleveland Leader. '.}.'���������     -  '.Amerlcajj.'d.ploiriKcj may have less in '  ilUii-uliber nnel "varnish.lo'if*' composition  thantr.o Kuroiieankiti'I but it seems? to;  bave coukidta-.-iblyuiora steel?aud granite?.,  ^-Boston j'oqrrini..1'   '"'.; '..���������.'".'-'���������"'  ' If the Shamrock cornea over? here thi.i  fall to captnt-b tho Aniorica'a cup, sho 'will,  doubtless clear from the Irish pordjofKin-  sale and will ba provided;;-with Cork lifo  preservera.���������Now York Tribune.?���������'  -...'��������� J3pnin ��������� will-try .'a national. lottery?p]an  "fcTrYcplenishing its.irai'.sury. . This is ir.  .^variably lho;final resort eif"an, oppriSsivo  giiVbrniiJCiic . for fjlchiiig the last dollar  trom its? poverty tstricVeh .stibjeets.-��������� St?  Louis Globe-Democrat. '    .'. *'  BABY  SUPERSTITIONS.  rrlf. In.  It will  It is reported*  Laurier and Lady  an extended tour  shortly   after   the  that"'.-. Sir? Wilfrid  Laurier will make  of' the Territories-  house   rises. ' ���������,..;  The Conservatives have decided to  enter protests in West Huron and  Brockville. In the latter? constituency it is claimed- that there arc-  grounds   for   criminal   action,  Becklcs Wilson, o������ 'the London  Daily Mail contributes: an interesting chapter on the early .history ���������'of  the Hudson's Bay company to the  May number oi the Canadian Magazine.  Rev. Leonard Gaetz. formerly of  Brandon is mentioned as a prospective opposition candidate in tbe Brandon city constituency at the forthcoming provincial . elections in Manitoba.  The creditors'of Lord Byron, lirst  cousin twice removed of the famous poet, held their fni'. meeting  last Thursday. His liabilitifts were  estimated at ������35,000 and assets at  ������50,000. -Lord Byron's solicitor*asked that his lordship shoulel. not be-  adjudicated a bankrupt as he would  then be disqualified from fitting in  the   IIou.ii   of   JUordii.  Turn a baby upside) down and it will  novor have liver trouble.  It Is unlucky for n child  to see i  tho mirror bclore it cuts Iw teeth,  be vain and proud.  When a bahy Is drepjod for tho first timo  anel iti left arm it put into the hli*������\o'flr_it.  lt will I.o left handed tn everything.  NVrap a'baby In   her father's  shirt'and  -alio will'havs.lota of. lovers,-but tho  shirt,  must be the Hr.t garment wrapped about  her.  In regard to tho child. !f every important incielftiit l' dono on Sunday, It will h<<  ������11 tho luckier, as "'.hs. bettor th������ day tlm  better the'<!_cil."  If the "layout" for c. bnby bo cntlrol.  jew, it will ejr.jw up lo be a spendthrift  The moro oil thinpf, iu Its tr-Himmii tb*  More economical is will bo.���������Kxoh.iuge.  "I nover saw anything so protty in all,  niy life," said Miss Manhattan, with a  rapturoun nigh ot .admiration.  "Do you really think it's protty?" aiiked  tho western girl, also with n -i������h, but  hers was a sigh of happy contoiitinent.  "NVell, 1 think it's pretty inyself,.and it if  quito tllffuronl) from anything that tho  other girls iiro wearing.  "You know how ' pretty ; and ityllth  Aunt Lu Ib and how original I ' That Is nil  Trench; sh������ says. Oh, no, not ooplod  lfreuuh stylcB, I don't, mean that, but her  original ideas of dressing. Aunt Lu hai  been abroad, so .much, and tho fiiyn lt always makos her .cross to coma home nnel  seo how.the American'women nro dressing. You see ono pretty stylo, and then  ovcry .woman lu town or out, of town has  something built on just* tho same lines.  ���������NVonien follow each other just as if thoy  wero u Hock of geese.  "It; is that that annoys.Aunt Lu bo  much. Sho snys thnt Frenchwomen aro  original. If two or threo women aro wearing ono style of skirt, that is just tho roa-  6on why you won't lind all'thp other worn-  on wearing it. Thut?is why sho always  hns such protty ideas about hor own dross,  though I think sho woultV always havo  worn pretty gowns anyway. But sho hns  Influenced me,audi try now to havo everything very original ns well as protty.  And so you liko my bonnot?"  "Indeed I do," saiel Jliss Manhattan  enthusiastically. "You must hnvo very  clover milliners.in?tho west. I havo never  soon anything liko . It hero. I havo nover  evon secii thut kinel of straw."  "Oh, dear! oh, dcarl" Tho western  girl laughoel a clour, full, westorn laugh.  "Yes, my dear, I would ho willing to  wnger n box of chocolates that you have  soon this kinel of straw o groeit many  times nnd havo known it, in faot, ovei  sinco you wore a baby."  "NVell, you'd loi,c. them, I guess," said  Miss Manhattan, "for until I had nn allowance, a year ago, I didn't know ono"  straw "from: another, anel? I hardly over  wont, into a milliner's shop oxcupt with  nininniuj and then eho did most of the selecting.  "NVell, I am as Euro as possible that you  havo seen this. You couldn't have studied  the history of the United States without  thinking about lt. Xow I'll toll you a  secret. This bonnet haiTiovor boon touch-  ! ed hy a milliner, and tho straw nover snw  tho inside of a milliner's shop, and lt did  not cost 1 cent.'1    i ������  "You'ro just giving mo oonundrumg,  ������nd I hato 'oni," suid Miss Manhattan.  "Oh, elcnr, it eloes mako nu luugh'so!"  snlil the westorn girl, bhowing all hor  dimples. "But it is all becauso I nm bo  pleased, for I made this bonnot myself,  nnd tho straw caino from a grqeury.  "You uocdn't o'pen your eyes, for it elid  really. It's funny you don't rocogni/u it  now, becauso it is that stuff that comes  around tea ohosts. .Iust fancy our great-  grandmothers or your groat-grandiiiother  or tho Boston girl's great-grandmother allowing sueh a lot of doligluful itufC to bo  thrown into Boston harbor. It wan*ft  most.wlckcd waste .of' good material, ylt  'has mailo mi) cross to think of it over sinco  I ha\u had tin-bonnet.  "You sec, nil tho girls had Runbonuets  of lnwn anel mull and othor pretty things  for bicycling and the like, and it seemed  oa if tliey had them mado in overy conceivable btylo nnd every conceivable material. I simply racked my brain to ge*  something that would be original. Then  ono day I had gono to lcnvo" an order for  mamma, and I happened to se������ this straw  stuff,arounel-tho tea chest5:. I asketl the  shopman how much ho would a.-k for  soma ol" it. VTc always irado in enc place.  ! 'NVell, ho was very kinel and Paul I was  welcome to nll*I wanted,-and he sent up a  grent piece.  "NVhen I came to sit down to work on  it, I was just wild, it was so lovely. It  has no end of po=.-ibitnic-. anel I n.adc two  or threo o������ the specie.: l.z'.lc sunbonncts.  One I liucel with son'..; shirring, some-old  soft, .ilk, ami then I ha'.e .tiaetl soft mull  ..round tho edges nr.d flower** aneTfiDCons"  ���������some that havo been on olher hats and  somo that I had.for favor-. That; is not  mentioning hats; either. It make*; tha  sweotest little bats yon e*ve*r saw. Tlier*  is not much of anything you can't do with.  I*.  "The bonnet., are rather quaint, I think.  Mamma says they make her :hink of tho  Shaker bonnets, onlythofo nro ugly ond  miae.nro pretty. Tbo oniy th_n;.' I r.ei'de-d  to moke me perfectly wti-.fiid v. as to have  yoti think them protty. And you really  do?"  * "I should sny I did," answered Mlw  Manhattan. "I just wish 1 hiv.l ono myself. Oh, dear, ������jo you unppo-c���������v.oui'1  vou mind���������I suppose.* you would, and I  hato to ask"���������  "No, ir.eleed, of courso I don't care,"  answered tho wentern Klrl g<--iierou'*ly.  "Yon enn havo as many as you liko.. I  f-ball fcil awfully ilattci*"d. You enn.drpp-  nl'.oteto your grocer In the -e'ity,,Mid',h������  wtJfscr.el you a lot of the f-traw. .fl'tflll  givo you one; of mine if yiju liko as a ���������.ample. It is over ������o pr.'ftj _��������� r.flel it we.uU! be  lovely on you. 1 ha-.t'n't worn it. Yon  soo, It's reel; ii'nd.l liko that .-.e.lor so much  that I try to we nr it. but It's no use. 1  look liko a fright in it."���������Now York  Times.  KNuLANli-St. Pcter'h  Hour* of servico: Evening  prayer dully lit 5 o'clock. Fiidnys at 7:3U.  ..uiiiluyo nnel Festival!): Holy Coinniunlou at,  a.m., uiuruing pruyur ut 11. Sunday School  nnel Biblo UliisHrtl ^:Bu, evui.iiiB prnyi.r ul 7:3U.  Firbt aiinday in llie uiouili Holy Oonmiunlon  at niorninig Hervlees.  pitl.SHVTEUIAN CHUbUH���������Reyeletoleei.  J- bervicu ovurj Bunduy at 11 a.m, ui.d 7::<u  p.m. -tlb'.o Clma at ���������_:;������) p.m., lo which  -11 arc welcome. Prayer meotinu ni H p.m.  every Wednesday.   KEV. T. MKNZIE8. Pastor.  I > OMAN  *������������������������   uioXo.  UATHOLIi;   OHUKOH ��������� Rovel-  Miiub  llrst anil third Uunouyu ln  inonib at 1U:3U a.m.',  ItEV. FATHER'THAYEK:  -JALVATION AHMY-.MeellngBeTHTUlljht  O   in thotr hail on Front Streel  Loyal Orango Lodge, No. 1658.  Ilcgulni" meetings  are hiihl  In the  inliirellows Hull on the third Friday  ul eni'h month at 7.nil p. in.   Visiting  lireilueu corellnll.v invited  NV. tl. Ubuey. W.M.; 11. IM*cttl  nii'L'i, lli'C Sei'.: Ui. T. Jell*, Vln. "jcc.; Thos.  Sii'eil', Tieasuier. ,  Court  Mt.Begbie,  I.O.F.,No.346i.  Meets In the Odd-  fellows'.'.'Hall on - the  2nd and 4th Frldaya of  t'Biili month. Visiting  brothrcn ... Invited tn  attend.  pETTIPIECE'S  Directory  and  Mat)  of the  CityFReyelstoke  1899.  I bet to Inform Uie public  that tho Third Annual Directory and Map of the City of  . rovelstoka will be issued  from the office of publication  on or about the lit of May.  Besldeo cantalnlne: a complet*  list of the names, occupation  and rMldenco of every mala  resident -of .llevelstoke and  .vicinity lt will contain valuable-Information concerning North Kootenay.* Placa  -your  order   now.  PRICE   FIFTY   CENTS  Remit  to   '    K. -P. PETTIPIECE,  z Revelstoke, B. C.    .  iff. _-__j r-.M^iBKamaa^BBX2t.^-+������AkjaaM*^a**a**^a*tM**+**tMBBB  se  TO PROSPECTORS AMD MINERS,  opened up hy the  Mineral properties  Diamond Core  Drill  R. Campbell,    K.  Chief" Ranker'.  D.* J. 0. Johnson  Rec.'-Sec'.  The A erne������������������������  Soda  Water  Works  Mtuuifacturers of   all   kind9  of  At!iati'd Waf.ers, St)da and Mineral  Wateis in'Syi'jhons and Bottles.  . Factories at Viirnon ,and Revelstoke, B. C.    '  M. J- O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blacksmlthine*, Jobbing  Plumbing.   FiPe TittinB  Tinsmithins  Sheet Iron "Work .  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty.���������*^  HOBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  ^evelstoKe Hospital  To obtain rap'ullv the knowledpre oF the value of r*~efn"'oi,^lef!RqN  nothing is to be compared with the Diamond Core Drill, whicli-will  prove more in 30 day~i than an outfit of men tuti'iioHing or sljihinp:  shafts could prove iu ten years. ~ ;  The Diamond Core Drill can pierce, the mountains and   f ute th  ecret of what it contains from-their very-hearts, nnd tho,,nior^ solid  he rock formation, the quicker it will doits woik.   '" -'      f    .-  The Diamond Core Drill is so constructed that it can, be tnken cj  pieces and packed on the backs of horses and carried ��������� and   wor.ked  almost inaccessible places where water can be "obtained,���������and< it  be in almost any part of British Columbia. '.. .w.     ���������.  For full information and particulars apply by letter or in pJ*r.������on to  J.   D.    SIBB AL D,  i-  REAL    ESTATE   AND    MINING     BROKERS,     REVELSTOKE  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine" kept    on   hand.  Rrs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs, Attendants  Leon  Hot  IENTAL HOTE  Large light bed  rooms.    -Rates  $1.  J.  Table., furnished with  thd-chdiiest the market  a,fford'_'^;"iBc*st Wines  Liquors, "and Cigars  a day. 5-Monthly" race.  ALBERT STONE,"Broprietor.x-"  ^mmmmm?mm??mm?w??mm^mmmmmrmmmm!  I    f HEMOLSONS BANK  tlNCORPORATEU nY-ACT.O-.P -Ur.I\.MBNT, 1_835. * _       ,.  .. . HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL    1  PAID UP CAPITAL  HEST FUND  Upper Arrow  BRITISH COI'.UMBIA  1  Wei] Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  - "   S2.OCO.0OO"  - -$1,600,000  DIRECTORS:   Wm. Moi-bON Macpiikiison, Prenldi'iit;  S.  II. Ewinii, Vii-e rreMilfnt;  NV- M. ItAMBAV, SAMUCI.   l''lVr.KV, llFSIlY AllC.'lllllAl.l),  .1. 1". Cl.KUUOKN,  II. .MAiiier.ASn Moi.sejh. ,    *  F. NV~o_r_iiro~i Thomas, Ocneral Mannger.     ." ... - '.   . ";".  Interest, allowed at current  _.T. D. MOLSON,  .fl . ~ i   ' ���������'; MAJf-MiKIl, llKVELSrOICK, B._C.__  fc rates.  A general banking busiuess transacted.  ���������"���������  RATES.   $1.00   PER .DAY  V  Good accommodation.    A.   good bat  '"���������well supplied   Nvith choice'wines  liquors and cigars.  ANIMAL ODDiTiES.  The- gfildr.-1-. i-. a t;r",-*.t reward, and n  tiny iii-! 1 v. i_.li remriiirt' to ntt.ick it onn  Irighrcn it uiuniit to eh.Uh.  lieleiro r.ilu snnlls or.iwl upon leave*. If  tho min Is Boing te, be llRlit, thoy llu on  t.ho outside of the 1, .if; it long anil heavy,  lhey go on the ui.eleitielu.  The Insect ItnoiYii as the water bontmnn  hr.s u rcsjl.-.r jialr of oai'-, hl-i 1ck_ l.cin>:  U-'.el r.i !-,h h. lie h%-*_ii:s iiii his hurls, ill ir.  th-.it ],o.-ition thoro it lti--i rtjii-tunto to hi������  ;.ro������rc:._  Th:* win,-*- of .blrl-f am nr.t only U, r.lel  lo_.oii.o-...:: ii. tho nir, l..,r r,l~o on tnr  f-rouiiel anel wt.io**. One l.irel c".rn h.'i-  *.m*.vi in ine "cliioiv- ." eif '. - wl'if,*; to nlel  ir In r'.ni.l),;) -. 'J'i.e ,l;.th'.:.i; is r. nioelifle-n  lion cf lho skin,-just as 'ufii'iintl nailfi  '.r,-, nnel ioinisliiuai It e-lu_L,:l/ rubcniulia  tiUir.  ' - ,Thn'Aroorlcr.n .'.Voraan'e "Fnot, ? "  '.'' ..ThoprcKocS'toyielencj* to ou5 of idoor ox-  e-cis9l������"c'lplnj;V':'r.ii<bh . to.eli.-i. Ipato tho,no-  tl6ns-reg_tiliiiej abnormally-small feet ns  ohjeotH ot-boatity which have been, prevalent forjifiaiiy yunrs. - li tho feet nro freely,  usetl in walking, bioyollii'?, playing tennis  nnd nlmliareli'.'cr^ioi)*?, they will .inevitably.take on .hoj size and- stronath fitting  theni .or thoVorkj-iyhieh they nro:-'to.-.do,  anel It is alreaely-fidmitteel that the average  American* woman's-fopt.la'prowing lorj_;er'  from thiscatise. ?I.ct the fchele.'ney lijivea  warm welcome Keep i'he'feet, neatly and  bocomingly 'clothed," however.', largo or  small they may lie, and nature will. tuka  eare df tho rest.��������� Got.il IlouSekeoidjiff; '"*>.,  Both Hotels Opp.r\ for the Winter  Tlu* Arrov.- Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyance is runiii connection with the Steamers  and the Springs.  *       *'   '- ���������     *-���������*,".   ������������������..-*,-  both  at ��������� the - Springs' ..and :at  Free Bus Meets All Trains  XvowfL^M^rtioYi  flood Accommodation  thc -Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.  . SI.25 per day. *  "Baths Free.'/'    -Rates  Proprietors.-  e ii st 0  KjB.  W-   M.  Do Voa*'-U_6nt ou Hcime  ln   jhisf-Oroixilng   CQlnlna and  -   -��������� ���������;���������������������������.'-- "Rollaioy  Sen'ire  ?. '.  :,.  TK? C. & K. steam Navigation Company, h^ve soma of tham  lightfiil proppfty in Rovelstoke.    It is charmingly j situated,   bandy to  to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at onco.    Easy  term's if necessary.  ��������� .������ -   .,        < ���������_    \ ������������������.  }4HIG 8t CHElGi Sole Agents  Proprietor.  -"..Utir.linu She>f_  To bo able to ohinln a, new shoe vrhlch'  will feel alirior,t, an easy afi ein old ono'it, is  only t'CrePfcnry In I .iv'.nt; tho mraiuro token or even - l'n obtoliilng thocb nlrcneli-  innd'. lo put on two jiairiof stue-'-lngi, the),  tinel worn at, that time eif the yetir *Jn  v.-llich tho piircJin. o la ninelo, Tho rtlaO-  tanco wlilnh'tlitme Inivti wiio nro liiderpi.nd-  cn5 cn.iiiKh to consult theirowncotnre.it  to par? with mi', old Ghee or any old gnr-  mcnt'Js familiar te. nil. The re_i������on is that  U h.-ii  uelnpte:'! ltse:!f   to tho fejot, is worn  with oomfort sad is easily put on and off.  '���������&  Hotel Fe.pgu'kph,  ���������"> 'Fcrgttsc5n/B.C:': ;���������'  Iiu   ii i_������i-p-a___i     Ma_-_n^M---W-n____a-a-_-an  ])i:.ST ACOOMMODATIOS"rH  J.N* TMIO \,Mtl>l''..\'ij  Kates S2 -Per-   Day  ���������D. FERGUSON,  / Proprietor.  REVELSTOKE.   Sash  and  Dopp  ---': ���������;.-        Facto y.  Ji^nnufaOt'ireps of   n.hd 13oh.lc.rs In      ���������'  Siuli,  De.or������.  Turnlni,-iif  T'linlh".  Corni-r  III je'k". M.nihlhii:^ of all kii.'l", Fnne-y  ..   * Oiuilefl nnel V.;raiul..h -'*..rl;. B-jteket.",  *.'   of''verv eli"H'Hjiti</ii   m-ielr  to  orde-r.  J     Klori' nnd    nlfii-.     Kittinits.      iadow  I.'raiiif������, with R:i.������li fitted a ������[rt;fl.ilty.  All the l._te������������t niiiehlnery.   I)rj kiln on  he  liremi'.i"'.   Cill anel fiel i.ricua  helur.  golnnclaewliere.  SAWYER & MAg^JtNO-  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in:  i.PRIJwS BEEF, PORK,  ;~~~ ������������^v.  -':0,'  -a_\OTT014 JUtD'~8Jl'13SJ_l���������LB  Fish   and   Game'  iri    Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoke  llevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE P1QN&ER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Tront Lake  and  "*jT~i~~y  IIorapB -  .Saddle    and     racial ways Tor hire.  ' r .*    '      " .    '   '  Kii'iiiiiibiK  ai d   Teaming  specialty.  T  s  i  ?  H  i  Dailv Hta^e reave*i*sEhn������i������i~inu'_a.-f<awUuK "very inoriiiug at 7 o'clock  IfeSf Trout Lake City.    For particular's write    -  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landino.  7l������  ?a-  m r������ I  ������5  Secured 1o Eastern Extension  Cable Company  GffiMiflWjRtllfllS CISE  FILIPINOES   HAVE HAD   ABOUT  ENOUGH FIGGTING  A     TERRIBLE     TORNADO      IN  MISSOURI  ���������' Ottawa, April 29;���������A bombshell baa  been hurled at tho promotera of the  Pacific Cablo scheme today. In tiiL  Senate tonight.- tho Private agreement madei away back ,lat,1893_,nbJ?  tween Great Britain.-and the Eastern.' Extension Cablo company, was  brought down." It showed that Lord  Rlpon had, on October 27,-1893, signed an agreement -granting the monopoly to tho EaBtern -Extension company, and binding Great Britain neither to lay nor assist any one to  lav, nor permit any, one to aly another cable to Hong Kong or Sing-  a pore.   . " ���������  One clause of the agreement also  specified, that if the cable between  Canada and -Australia was not laid  -in'.five years fiom the date of ttvj  agreement,' then il-should be depriv-  ed-of any connexion with Hong Kong  or Singapore. The five years have of  - course expired and-the. monopoly has  hecome permanent unless.Great Britain' buys It out. Tliere is a clause  ain buys It out. There is a clauue  in- the private agreement permitting  Great Britain- to ��������� buy- it .out for  ������300,000 after a-year's notice, has  been  given.      '   -  GERMANY*- REMONSTRATES  Berlin, , "April   : 29.���������The     German  -government-has addressed a note to  the  Frencli-'Gbvernment  asking  that  the   Dreyfus   investigation   be   closed  as  soon  as possible.   If not,  that .it  ���������would be impossible for-Germany  to  .  refrain" from' officially- - .publishing  the facts  of the*"case" in" justice    to  bor own officers.** The-Court of Cassation is,  however, determined  lo. go  on ' with   the  Investigation.  .'���������FILIPINOS   BACK  DOWN '     ���������  Manila,   April ������29.--The   Filipinos  have"-decided .to.-seek' peace: -   Colonel   Manuel   Argtielesas   and   Lieuten-  . ant   Jose   Bernal,   chief   of_ GenfeTa.1  ��������� Luna's staff  entered" General. MacAr-  thur's','lines .today  bearing  a  flag of  true.  They  are  en  route   for  Manila  by train "to confer with General Otis  regarding   the  terms   . of   surrender.  ���������" The statement  prepared  for the wai  department "show 198 Americans have  been killed and llll wounded in;;thc  ��������� Philippines to date.   "-  "'   'THE 'TORNADO'S   TRACK  Kirks'viile, *"Mo., -i-April'  29.���������Kirk-  "vllle today is a scene ot devastation  ...and   suffering  as   the  result   of  yes-  -.  ,-terdav   evening's  ��������� tornado. .... Many  L'   dead 'and dying remained in the ruln.  _-.off their homes...   during      the night.  ''Others-who."had"been-found and tak  ..en  to   places   of  shelter, died   before  . the "morningr-It* is possible that thc  ���������* numerous  flres  cremated  a  considerable      number      of     Tictims     whe  '" could  not  be* reached. ��������� It  will  take  days to reveal the true state of af  I- fairs. .In -this .town, alone   over   10j  have been killed.  NOT   GUILTY  " 'Canton,   Ohio,  April  29.���������The  jury  -'��������� In   th  trial  of  Mrs.   George,   accused  of. the murder of Geo. D. Saxon. Mrs?  ���������*  McKlnlev's   brother,- after   19   hour?  ' .deliberation   brought   in  the   verdicl  -lof not guilty."  - ON THE  WING  An'order in council has been pass-  el in Ottawa embodying changes de  ' - elred by the Western grain men. .  German_naval men state that Ad  "miral T*)ledricfi's~anawef -to���������Admlv--  al Dewey at Manila bay was "Clear  for action."       -  OVER THE WIRES..  ing almost instantly.  CIIAMllL-RLAIN TALKS JINGO  London, May. 1���������Rt. Hon. Joseph  Chamberlain has a fixed determination in his mind to 1'teach the Trans-  vaal a lesson." In short it he had  his wav tliere would be war between Oom Paul and British redcoats inside of three months. Lord  Salisbury is the only stumbling block  to the policy and should he weaken  In his attitude the gravest events  may be expected. The trouble Is  that thc issue of tho grant which  should cause equality of citizens  rlchts for British as well as Dutch  subjects In the Transvaal Is overlaid by Intrigue and underground  politics   on   both   sides.  WESTERN "ESTIMATES  Ottawa, May -1.���������The estimates  contain the following items for the  Western provinces: North West  Territories court house, lock up and  "police acommodatlcm, tlO.OOi.; public buildings, repairs, $4000; Medicine Hat court house, $4000; Regina land titles office, 11200; general  repairs, $5000.  MONTREAL   FIRE  Montreal, May 1���������A disastrous fire  broke out about- 8 o'clock yesterday  morning ln the five story brick  building known as the Bcaudry Mock,  situated at the corner of St. Catherines and St. Urban streets. The loss  Is estimated  at  $100,000.  MINING  CASUALTY  Berlin, May l.-Owlng to the inrush ot water at Ktschnar gold mino  near Toig, Poland, on Saturday, a  shaft in which 95 men were at work  colapsed and 62 miners were killed.  Nearly all the remainder were seri-  ouslv   Injured.  FORCING   MATTERS  St, Johns, Nfld., May 1���������The Newfoundland government has announced that it does not intend to agree  to enforce the French shore modus  Vivendi" any longer than the close  of the present year, by this step forcing the British government ttf bring  about a* settlement of the difficulty  during tht present season. When the  the colonial Legislature meets on Maj  st ?moin30imouo.id v"ruodini ub u  expected on this question.  BETWEEN      AMERICANS      AND  NICARAGUANS.  INDIAN TROUBLE IN QUEBEC.  Davin    Thrown   Frcm His Wheel.  CHILDREN'S COLUMN.'  HOW TO CUT GLASS.    ;.  With Oil anel a Hot roker You Can Malt*  Xiugs Out of ������ Bottle.  This week wo give'you a * somewhat  unique way of utilizing a broken bottle.  Even It you do not enro to mako B  pvactlcal use of tho suggestion you will  find lt an Interesting experiment In tb*  ������tudy of heat. ,  -  When the neck of a bottlo is broken off,  s rnggoel edgo is left, which wholly unfltg  She bottle for any uso whntovor, except to  bo thrown on tho .nub heap. -Lefe-usie*  how we may save it from that nielanoholy  tote.  Place the bottom .part of tho broken  tattle on a tablo and pour oil into it until  il reaches tho point where you would lik<  te have the bottle cut. Then heat the enel  _S Ml Iron poker redhot and plunge It sud-  ������SK������������>������  .Benly into the oil. Thero will be a little  mapping sound, and you will seo thnt th������  glass has beon evenly cut nil around on a  le>el with the oil. : Tho accompanying illustration shows the wholo process. ,~  If you wish to carry your oxporlnient ���������  little "furthor and.mako anumbor of glns������  tings, yon have only to remove part of ths  oil every time and ropoat the process "obove  described. Pour out, sny, half nn inch ol  (he oil each time, and you moy easily males  several rings half nn inch ln breadth.  You will" rccognizo ln this oxporlmonl I  ���������   ������������������������������������"- -*- in the fracture of ������  the same prlnclplo ns   "coldglass when-hot water or-hot coffee Is  poured Into it. Glass Is a poor cbnduatoi  ot bent, nnd the fracturo Is cnusod by tha  expansion of tho Inside pf the vessel before  tha hen* can get to the outside.���������Philadelphia Times. " ~  Ottawa, May 2.���������The premier announced yesterday the government  business for tho romalnder ot tho  seslon to bo tho budget speech for  tomorrow. After that Ib debated the  Pacific cablo, the Drummond County railway deal, senate reform, redistribution, aid to certain railways  and supplementary estimates will  occupy the time of tho house. .  NICARAGUAN TROUBLE AHEAD  New Orleans, May 2.���������Very serious news reached here last night  trom Blueflelds, Nicaragua. American  stores were kept open on April 25th  but positively against the orders of  Torres who salel that no storo with  an American flag flying should do  business. There was a clash between the crew of Commander Dayton's gig and ' armed-Nlc_rag*uan  soldiers, brought about by- an unexplained attempt to arrest Coxwaln's  Mate Ohlsen, by the Nlcaraguans.  No harm was dono on either side,  but the strain has become acute' and  serious trouble may be looked for  at any  time.  INDIAN CHIEFS ARRESTED  Montreal,. May 2.���������Percy Sherwood  chief of the Dominion police lelt Ottawa last night with a., small force  and went to Coteau by train. He  then took steamer to "the St. Regis  Indian reserve, arriving there this  morning. His object was to arrest  four Indian chiefs who opposed the  Govenment's proposal to erectedhSH  Government's proposal to elect chiefs  every three years. Last fall when  polling was taking place these chiefs  broke up the booths and have been  positive outlaws ever since. The  arrests were "made and Indians taken  to the agency. Here'they acted ugly  and tried'-to escape. Sherwood. drew  a revolver and shot one of the chiefs,  Jack Ice,' dead: Two other Indians  were wounded in the melee. None of  the - constables were ��������� hurt. The other  prisoners are being taken to Beau-  haniois jail today.     *  " THE POLISH DISASTER  Berlin, May 2.���������A despatch from  Warsaw says that the shaft of the  Keslhnar gold mine. near Troigh,  Russian Poland, collapsed owing to  the great rush of water. Ninety-nine  men, were in the shaft, .of whom 62  were killed.    ,"  ANGLO-RUSSIAN ALLIANCE  St. Petersburg, May 2.���������The Anglo-  Russian agreement with reference to  "the sphere of Influence" In China,  is" not ln the form of a convention,  hut Is set forth in a note. The preamble states that both countries agree  to uphold the Integrity and Independence of China.!  SLAYS HER ASSAILANT  . St. Paul, May 2.���������Mrs." Brown today shot and. killed Charles McCullough, a farm laborer, near Canton,  S. ,D., ln self defence. She says he  was attacking her. with a losc'ni:  chain. The woman, who Is 'jaily  bruised, is under arreBt.  NO REDUCTION IN COAL OIL  Ottawa, May 2.���������It - is reported today that there would be no reduction  ln coal oil duty, but the present irksome regulations will- be ch-ingia  'so as to meet to some extent with  the views of those who Inic Lieen  pressing upon the government f.ir  changes-in the regulations as well us  for the reduction of duty. In vho .5n-  lerests   of   the   consumers.  BROCKVILLE  RECOUNT  Brockville,, May 2.���������The recount of  the ballots cast !n , ; the recent bye-  eJection in which Comstock, the Liberal candidate was returned by a  majority of 244, began lodiy before  -Judge McDonald. -All the polling  places in Brockville and Noi. t aril-  2, Ellzabethtown,- were ������cruti_i-_d,  with the result that there Is a gain  for White of 22 votee.  ACCIDENT TO DAVIN  Ottawa, May 2.���������N. F. Davin was  thrown from his bicycle today and  ���������uitained injuries .to, his shoulder  which will confine him* to his room  for some  days.  ���������  BANK ROBBERS ESCAPE  Napanee, May 2.���������Pare and Holden, tho Napanee bank robbers, escaped from jail here laBt night.-Pare  engineered the job, opening his own  door and then Mb chum's. Both escaped by climbing over tho Jail wall  by means of cord wood. Ther������ was  no night watchman.  Revelstoke  IMPERIAL BW  ^  _"">  %  OF G^NADA  1  Vancouver, May 1.���������Chief Commissioner of Lands* Cotton new declares  that 'Deadman's island belongs to  the -province of British -Columbia  ' and that he will takethe naccssary  steps to conserve the rights of the  province. '*  QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY. WISH  Lon.don.May 1.���������Queen Victoria has  '.expressed a desire that all members  of her family who can posibly be in  England shall attend at Windsor  Castle on May 24th, when she celebrates her 80th birthday.  SERIOUS FIRE AT KIEL  Kiel, May 1���������A serious fire broke  out today at Krupp's Gerniania dockyard resculting in the destruction of  several   storehouses   and   workshops,  and doing damage     to the value,pf  ���������600.000.  A German  man of war  in  process ot- construction  in the yard  iwaa saved with the utmost difficulty.  ANGLOiRUSSIAN   ALLIANCE ,-  London,   May  .1���������It  is  announced  ' that England and Russia have signed  ft 8<~lf   denying  agreement  regarding  China.   This  is  the* most  important  ' news- to  hand   loday.   Pending, detailed information the London papers  comment approvingly but cautiously.  RAILROAD - FATALITY  Rochester,-May 1'.���������A bad "railway  wreck occurred today on iho, Rejches-  ter  &  Lake  Ontario Tallroad  .better  ���������fcnownas  tho- bay  railroad.      The  accident  occurred      at      Rosenbaurs  Corners,  about a mile    and a  half,  north ot the city line.   Two cars of  an excursion train  filled  with  pas-|  _^ers  left th������ track while  going  around  a .curve at  full  speed  and  were promptly wrecked.   More than  60 people wero injured.   Three -were  killed  outright     and ���������   12 mortally  hurt __  PETERBORO TRAGEDY  Peterboro, May 1.���������John Webber,  engineer of the Waterworks Pumping station shot and killed his wife  here yesterday ��������� afternoon and then  shot him_9l������ in the right temple, dy-  SERGEANT  MAJOR  BAGLBY  A familiar figure to old timers in  the North West Is Sergeant Major  Bagley who took his discharge la3t  week from the North West Mounted  Polico after 20 years continuous service. Mr. Bagley joined tho force  on the let of May, 1874, when only  15 years old, and came west with  what is known in police circles as  "the first outfit." HiB record during  his quarter of a century's service  has been intimately bound up with  the history of the North'West. During the Riel rebellion' of 1885 he was  conspicuous in and around Battleford, for which,- by the way,' he has  nover received the medal now worn  by those warriors who never got  nearer to the scene of trouble than  Swift Current.  Mr. Bagley is known and .respected  throughout the North West wherever  he has served, and it must have been  a source of pride to him, to find that'  towards the closing- .years.of his  service he was chosen to' accompany  the N.W.M.P. cointingent to England  on the occasion of her majesty.'s  jubilee, and while at. Quebec before  embarking for England ~~w.as specially  selected from among the members  of the contingent to give a display  of horsemanship before his excellency the governor^ general and the  Countess of Aberdeen - and tho general officer commanding the Quebec  district. He -had also the honor of  being presented to her majesty " the  quen "at Windsor castle'' durlag the  memorable year.      "    .  Mr. Bagley is a first class rifle shot  and has taken numerous prizes for  marksmanship' with .-both rifle and  revolver. HiB old comrades and  friends will be glad to learn that he  has not only "pulled - through" successfully and won his' well earned  pension, but. that he was ��������� promoted  in rank during,' the. last'' year ot his"  service.  ,- To those who know^"him-there i.  no need to say ^that he', is.: a. first  class-musician. 'When towards ��������� the  close of the 80's the band of the E  division reached-a degree - of "^excellence seldom \ met with,- Sergeant  Bagley was Its leader and many  citizens of Calgary remember with  pleasure the selections played ln tho  opera house and elsewhere by ."Bag  ley's Orchestra." .- ���������  The retirement of Mr.. Bagley will  be a distinct loss to this ,the N. W.  M. P. force where experience, and  training are so .necessary. Ha has  however served his country long intl  well, and the Herald expresses the  wishes of bis friends in wishing him  many years of prosperity in cl-rll lif..  ~-���������_������.   The great lawsuit between the Iron  Mask" and the Centre Star is being  tried at Rossland before Mr. Justice  Walkem. E. P. Davis on behalf of  the defendants obtained-an. order allowing defendants to do certain  experimental work on a piece of  ground known as the Centre Star  winze. This Is considered a ��������� big vie--  tory for the Centre Star people, who  have at last secured leave to explore  the plaintiff's workings in order, to  demonstrate the truth of the - facts  alleged by, them. The plaintiffs will  appeal from the order. ���������  Slower Studr..  Children in many European oount-let  have excellent opportunity for the study  of botany. Tho little city people have  plants espoclnlly supplied thorn, and In a  province of southern Russia 288 acras ar������  'devotod to school gardens. These gardens  are planted with fruit and forest trees.  Teachers instruct ln troe, vino, grain nnd  garden and also give lessons ln the culture  ef bees and silkworms*.' ,,  Besides Russia, Sweden, Franoe, Austria and Germany provide opportunities  for their children in this branch of education. In Berlin two largo wagons loaded  with plant specimens deliver cuttings,  whioh have been labeled und packed fot  llfFsrcnt schools, thc daily papers having  already notified what kinds art to be expected.���������Baltimore Herald.  A Little Gentleman.  - A little 4-year-bld boy in'the east end  has as his particular playmato a little girl  of about the same ago.   Tho little ones ors  frequently together, nnd-the other morning tbo girl oame to,ths fenco snd called  hiin.  "Alton," shecrled, "comocveranplny."  Alton's mamma heard tho call "ond said  to him, "Toll her you can't co-no over just  now because you hnvo to take j bath."  So Alton went to tho end ot tho porch  "Elizabeth," ho  called, "I can't coma  over now."  Then ho turned baok to his mother and  added:  "I don't fink the rest of it need be  saideU."���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  - - Hundreds of _ Illei te Home.  , The lnstlnot that teaches dumb animals  to find tbo way to their old haunts after  they have been removed mnny miles Is ono  of ,the'mysteries of "nature. Recently a  farmer living near Lexington, Ky., found  a lean and footsore dog whining at tht  -oor of his home one morning. ��������� The dog  lad formerly belonged to tho farmer, but  bad been given to a friend who had moved  to Kansas, 700 miles away. The dog had  boen carried to Kansas on the cats, but  had managed to wander to Its old homo,  foraging for food as lt went and going sr  rapidly that tt was nearly ��������� ojipylt Wfce*  It ie_o_������4 the ojd homejpt*.,.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  Our Saturday bargains thisjweek are money-  vfivs.    Don't miss seeinc them.  savers.   Don't mi&s seeing them.  Here are a Few  Ladies Black Cashmere-.Hose, a special lino'  at 25 cents. . On Saturday we" will sell five  pairs for a dollar.  Ladies Black Cashmere Hose, extra, value*.  at 35 cents.    Saturday bargains price 30 cents.  . - .      .   The celebrated Duchess Corset, in black or  drab, $1.' Saturday bargains price 70 cents.  We recently bought a large lot of Corset  Covers to sell at 25 cents.    Saturday bargains  .   at 20 cents. \ ''''"���������'.,���������,  <       These are all L������at������ arrivals���������not old sto������k.-  It will pay you to see them.       ' .    '  We pay careful attention to mail orders. ,  Hudson's 5^5) Co., calgarj)  REAL  ESTATE  IS STIFFENING  The Lardeap railway is assured.  Steamboat communication with  the Big Bend and Canoe River  gold fields is being pushed forward.   A great future is opening  up before  The City of Revelstoke  Now is the  time to take hold of  the remaining chances of bargains  in business and residential  property.  These are some properties  we are handling  $700 will buy two fine business lots 7 and 8, block 10, on fir������t street, 50  by 100 feet.    Opposite It. P. Pettipiece'g residence.     Easy terms.  $250 cash'will buy two nice lots, 50 by 100, .nearly opposite Sampson's  house.   Lots 3 and 4, Block 11. ���������,  $330 will buy a lot 25x100, next tbe.Pront St Post Office.-,  $1000 will buy a block, 75x100 on Campbell Avenue. ��������� ' " -"'  $1000 will buy a lot 25x100 ia the centre of the busiuess part of. Mackenzie Avenue.  $700 will buy two lots, 6'and 7, block 0, 50x100 opposite C. B. Hume &,  Co.'s ware house on Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will'buy'a hou������e arid lot O.blnck 46, on Third Street. Five rooms  bath room and pantry. ���������' $400 down and balance on time to suit  purchaser'.   Tho lot i������ 50x100.      , . ,  S3 503 will buv a-block fronting on Firstr St. opposite, the Imperial  Bank. Size 100x150x75. .Corner Connaught Avenue and lirst  St. The C. P..R. biding runs along one side. A splendid business location. * ���������        ' ' ������������������' '  $2000 will buy a business block 50x100 frontinR on First St., betweeu  the two banks.. A fiue site for a business house.  _jy$  3$t "T Grogan & Co. are fiaiicf  if? ling some of the finest w  fe mining propositions in the jfe  ~if Big Bend, Lardeau and ^L  J^ FishCreek camps of North ^d  jfe Kootenay. Full particu- tte  jS lars obtained and furnish- -x*  *y* ed about mining claims in <SP  j^ the District. &  Carnes  Creek Consolidated  and  Great  Western Mines,  ' ��������� Limited, at 25 cents.  FIRE INSURANCK-We are agents for It. P. Rithet ������.** Co's. companies.  MONEY TO LOAN  Canvassing agents, for the Equitable Savings, Loan and  Building Association. No membership fees. No necessity-.  to tako shares. No fines. The association -offers a  straight loan repaid in monthly instalments. Can be paid  off altogether after two years.  $ GROGAN & CO.  V*ncouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  Head omce, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve     -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland   President  T.R.Memtt, Vice- Pres., (St.Oatharines)  William Ramsay', RoIkm t Jaf"*ray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Sta^uer  .-'   -'   ,      Eliiu. I'-ogej^s/  D. li. Wilkie. G-e'iteral^anager.  Branohee  North We4t*_md'Bri_&!yC9l}imbl&  Grandon .   I Portage la  ('algary"* .-Prairie  Edmonton |Prince Albert  South Edmonton. N-lson, B.  0XT.-R.I0. '_     ft  Essex Niagara Falls   jSt.'**<Ih<ji_a������  Fergus        Port Colborne .Toronto  Gait Rat Portage     j Welland  Inif-rnnll     Sault St. MarieiWondotev k  Listovroll   St. Catharines (Hamilton  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of SI nnd upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts nnd .Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, Now  Zealand, etc    "������������������v-    ������������������-������������������   -  Gold PurclMiaedsajc   ^ .,,  This Bank, .Issues.Special Receipts  which will-bo acciiinti-tlifoi?<ot any of  the Hudson's Bay .Co's. Posts ln the  Yukon ank nortli^Pir-cUatrlWts.  .A- S-^4-..HEARN,  Manasrei* Revelstoko "Branuh  #^ W4LL ^nl  PAPER'S  i;lli������. Iiir.-i.Uii*.   Mien-.   Kin-   '  b'jbicil I'llt", ninl   !������onl_.ls of  .illelL.-t'tiptloii .  Tli _ i-lic.i|>e'!t nml lia*t Mock of  WAI.I. l'ATEltS hi ilm city.  I.iboi.'il  .li-erount*   f_.ive.ii   on  ali t__i-.li orele-r..  I   <!<*.il  onlv    in     WALL,  P A P E 1? S   mi'i -ollcli (en  ni'lieiction of my stock.  .S.Bipney  -JAeKiE'iNZlETIVB.'-"-  e������3=  Canadian  Pacific  Railway  and Soo Line.  7W������  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST   AND    WEST    .  FIRST GLASS- AND  TOURIST SLEEPERS   from   PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.'"  Q'.iie;k Time?,       Good Service,  Fewest Changes,    Lowest Rates  Tickets   issued    through   and   -  Bagg-������e_cheeke_d_to_ destination...  DAILY TRAINS. "! ���������'  East.       "- " .     .   West.'  S 25k. .Ive���������Revelstoke���������Ive. 16.50k  TO AND FROM   KOOTEXAY TOIXTS.  8.15k. .Ive���������Revelstoke���������an-..16.05k  For    information,   timo    cards,  maps and tickets apply to     .    -  T. W. BRADSHAW,  'Agent, Revelstoke.  XV., F.    Anderson,   Travelling  ���������Passenger Agent, Nel=on.  E." J. Co'Yr.E,"l)istrict Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  J. r\. HuH  & Company  I^utchcrs    nnd _i  KeUil ������. calora in Beef, Pork etc  u  l>  KAMLOOPS and IHSVEIiSTOKB  All orders ln onr lino pram  nilcd   if  Address:   Revelstoke.  Office :   Herald Office.  Gode:   Moreing    Neill.  &*&&$?&������&&&&rfr������f&  We Hav   a Good Supply of  I. '        Building  Material  ������������������"'.-������* Lumber  CUT PRICES  FOR STOT CAS  CaII anl mo u i. Wa can fit you3  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  -  Revels-oksStotdon    B.C.  T-^;---" k'-,"r.5^^S^^*^,j .    Howard  Estey left  last,  San Francisco. e.*u route to  1 tions in New York.  night  for  visit rela-  %. \ ���������%. T 'U __r> _> r^k       ������ i    The price of marten runs nil the way  ������ VV ������     Fl 3.V������       &   frtTin ������J ������0 to S1H.     The cause of the  ������ VYC     1,aYV        Si ^al rise in price* in, this  P������rt'^>";  83 pairs e>f ladies'  Lace Boots.  Button and  TO pairs of Ladies' Slippers  Oxfoitl lies. <���������  and  spec    ,  fur is th.it Russian sable*, a very  tblo fur, has become exU'i'iui'ly  nd   iiiiirlen   can   easily   bo  fact strongly  vnlu-  l'nsli-  KELLIE'S COMMISSIONERS  The government were of course recommended by someone to make the  alterations iu the appointments for  commissioners presented to the council last night,        '   "      " ">''l���������~  and  and  'il pairs of Boys' Bals.  1CV5  pairs or  Child's, Girls  Misses' .Boots,   Shoes  ���������Slipper!'.  "Whidi wc will offer, commencing on  May   Qth,  at   first   coet, so then on  and after Saturday  you will be able  to buy these   goods {while they last)  at less than what lhey cost us.   They  arc in   black and  tans and made by  the very best makers.     It  \eill- pay  you to get filed 71010  before the best  are picked out at  The Cash Bazaar  \V. MEL-DRUM, MAXAGKR,  eii mm. iu������m, and the II Kit A Ll) does  not suppose that Mr. Kollie will deny  thut he was the someone. Acceireling-  toriuhU*. and niurlen 1:1111 mesuj.,., ly the question simplv ivsolvos it-  Irenlt'd to imilait* il, in fact strongly st'lf into 11 very simple problem,  resembles il. in its nut unil stall'. The Is Mr. ICellie to run tins town  Russian sable is un iiniinul about half or the council ? The recommendations  us big again as a marten and is veiv made, bv llie cily council were  race. A prime skin is ut present, worth made unanimously without a dissent-  $150, so Lhal there must be profit in ient voice. They'have boon set aside  Ihe imitation even nl $10. ut the instance of the local  mi'mber  Font  business mun  to say  to the   f������r the legislature without a  word nf  advertising solicitor:    " Oh! good  ���������"*"."..        I lu*   action . of     those'  tied" ll's too eliill to advertise no.v.  Wait until times pick up a little," is  (���������Univalent tn a very sick person saying  to  a   physician:   "Ob! *         '  " The Leading Siore  ������ No Bluster, No Fuss, Just Business, That's All."  99  aa  a  aa  Dealer in.  _fe-  111 lilt!   Illsinim-   ...    ���������   to the   'ol' t'u> legislature without a  illness    explanation.     The   action . 1  .,���������'.".'   aUlerineii who st nllificd their  no   doctor.   I    . iisi-lvi's by  accenting this infringement, on their  privileges, reveals a subservience in 11  I'ui'liiln sei'tion of llie council to political iiilluenees wliich augurs very ill  the   t'oiidtict   of   the    alTuirs  this   town     in    their    hands,  determined' not to lose  of  Mr.  bis  MENS' FURNISHINGS  NEW SPRING NECKWEAR,  NEW SPRING HOSIERY, NEW  SPRING UNDERWEAR.  ALL THE VERY LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES IN HARD  HATS,   SOFT HATS, CAPS,   LINEN AND STRAW  HATS FOR SUMMER.  Yesterday tho steamer Hercules left  council proceed ii.s.,   '   ' '���������"-1cr* "*������������������'exhibition or feebleness on the part Uf  men   elected    to   maintain    our  tciiiiy Laniling laden with 175 men  tools anil supplies  bound  fur the  Koote  and t.uu.a ...... ....,.,   bead eif tlio lake where lhey  will im  meeliatuly start construction.    As is  well Known, tlio Kaslo & Slocan rail  rond had surveyors anil engineers     *'  all lust, summer locating the Iin  tlieir proposed  extension,  and,   "  ually   well-known,  Mr. J  eii  the  HOWSON* BLOCK.  Mr.KEN7.IE AVE.  Beef, Iron  and Wine  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  out  e of  as   is  w., ���������. Hill con-.  truls tlie.Knslo-Blocan railroad. Thus  the matter appears to re*solve itself into a struggle between the O. P. It. and  the American roads controlled by Mr.  Hill, and that this struggle should  tako place over the Lardeau country is  an emphatic tribute to its richness.���������  Nelson Miner.  privileges and liberties.  THE CfFcOUHCIL  Crage, Brown and  McKechnie  '   Against thc Change of Commissioners  But Wells   and   Grahame   Think   Its  Ail Right.  The regular meeting of . the'.city'  council took place last night; Present  the Mayor, Aldermen Kilpatiick,  Wells, McKechnie. Brown, Crage and  Grahame.  The minutes of the last meeting were  read und adopted.  COMMUNICATIONS  11. N. Coni'sier, ve purchase of type-  .     _ ,.    , _    ...     _.     ,,  . writer; secretary of sports committee.  Its Geographical Position Should Assure   n!.king that Second street be levelled  it of Success for  the  __Uth;   No.   1    Fin*  Brigade,  offering to turn over tlieir appliances  **    *  " **���������--  ...... _l...   .*! ._.lti __.',-,������ rV.u  Ready-To-Wear Clothing  FOR MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN.     WE  HANDLE THE W.  E. SANFORD MF'G CO. CLOTHING.   KNOWN    FROM  PACIFIC  TO   ATLANTIC   TO   BE   RIGHT    IN  QUALITY, RIGHT IN STYLE, PERFECT  FITTING, AND BETTER THAN  ALL, TO BE VALUE FOR  YOUR MONEY.  1 IT WILL NOT PAY YOU TO BUY ANY OTHER.  Protest  hjg,   =  BOOTS AND SHOES  DEPARTMENT   IS   ENTIRELY  Gents' Furnishing^  j. Boots and Shoes,!  ! Hats and Caps,:  ! Stationery,!  j v Tobaocos,:  j Cigars, Etc..  Fancy Articles^  Patent Medicines, Etc.:  OUR   BOOT   AND    SHOE        SEPARATE.    WE HAVE A VERY COMPLETE STOCK  OF   MEN'S,   WOMEN'S   AND "--" ������"t?xT.c  BOOTS AND SHOES  "CHILDREN'S  SPRING SUGGESTIONS  REVELSTOKE'S FUTURE  LIMITED.  CHAS. R. MCDONALD  McKESZIE  AVE  Manager.  REVELSTOKE   STATION.  COMING EVENTS  Mav ii. -Caledonian sports under, the  allspices of the ist, Andrew's Society.  LOCAL AND  IGEHERAL   HEWS  T. 3. Lpiidnim arrived in town from  Ainsworth on the train from the  south last night.  E. L. Kinman left this morning for  the 'Lardean district to commence  vork on the Holy Moses group.  Mr. 'Walker, of Toronto, arrived last  night on No. I to 'accept-a position in  the employ of (.',. B. Hume & (Jo.  W. B- Pool, manager of the Great  Western Mines nnd Miss Pool, returned last- night from Ferguson.  J. G. Allen  is away   in Vancouver  aiu*nding the "meeting of  the Grand  Lodge of the Knights of ;the Pythias.  T. D.   Pickarel  intends  opening  an  ���������assay office in the back   of the Great  --.Western  Mines Ltd. office?on 'Front  St. on Monday.  K. W. Teskey, superintendent of the  Bradstreet company at "Vancouver, B. 1  C   wets   in   town   yesterday   petting I  '. ratings of business institutions?in this!  place. 1  The servicps of the Methodist 'church '  'tomorrow-   111 the? usual .".hours,    tbe  pastor   officiating   at    both    services.  The Lord's'Supper will be administer-  e:d ut the close of both services.  Rev. ,1. A:! Wood arrived from Kaslo  ..on'Wednesday and spent Tbursday in  leiwu renewing ? old .''"acquaintances.  The reverend gentleman is on his way  lo the Methodist conference in  Nanaimo.  H^ATBr-fwirtais-remodplled-tliedia'i*-  and billiard room of this popular  house, the Union Hotel, so as to give a  lame increase of space, which be has  utilised by putting in .a new American  R. IS, Gosnell is contributing a series  of articles to the Vancouver Worlel,  entitled' Pen Pictures of British?Columbia.:- In Ihei course eif tho second  article of the series, which appeared  last Wednesday, lie speaks of the  position and prospects of Revelstoke  as follows:  " Revelstoke, the point of departure  for the Keiotenavs, is too well known  to require* much treatment at my  hands. As a railway town the population has been largely reinforced of  late from Donald, and some families  of railway men have taken up their  abode' theie." The situation I have  always considered as a peculiarly  favorable one feir a city of some size  and importance', and the: citizens are  enterprising. The appearand- from  the station hus been great!v improved  by the C.P.R. hotel on   ���������-    ?������������������������...���������  James G^l & 0>.  al  3K  A  5������  ���������**  3*  UK.  -put on a littlo pnlnt anel varnish nnel brighten up the house.  "a. paokaRO of our Wall Finish will make plastered walls look now.  T have ulso 20 similes of the celebruteel Elephant Enamels.  ���������TSTotliiiig like our '��������� Ironlto Floor Paints."    Dry liaril Bi granite.  rT?lnts of all shades kept III stoek anil 20 to ehoose from.  Stains both in oil an'l varnish, anil of the best brand.  provided tbe city pay the dehts of the  brigade anel  leave   the   appliances in  the No. 1 station until a central ball is  erected; P. Julian and J. C. Hutchison  applying     for    tbe   position   of  city  scavenger;  Freel   Fraser,   asking   the  council to reconsideivthe decision with  regard to tho salaries of the otlicials at  the civic ele������ctions. und offering to pay  the bill for lunch $8; from the. provincial secretary's office announcing the  appointment by  the Lieut.-Governor  of F. B. Wells and A. C. Thompson as  member   of    the   boaid   of  licensing  commissioners, and T. Kilpatrick and  XV. 3. Dickey as member e>f the board  e.f pi'licc commissioners.'  Taylor Block.  McKenzie Avenue.  HARDWARE AND   TINSMITHING.  TV. M. LAWRENCE,  McCarty Block-  -EstimatOB given on roofing and furnace work  eminence  of  an.  just above, led up to by a long row  steps. Mr. Peilcy. an olel heitel unwell known throughout the Northwest,  is the lessee and manager, und is well  liked.    There aro half a dozen  other  66  i So said an Old Negro  ma m \  . mm." ������������������  :  Preacher,���������He mistook* the word for "preserved."  Some Great  Snaps  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Ave., RovelstoKC Sta.  Money to Loan.  \V. White, Q.C. J. M.Scott, B.A..LL.B.  F. L. Gwllllm.  committee:  u-igude  lions of F. Julian and  J  ftom No. 1 fire brigade^   The applications of  were laid.over  the   letter  PI'!'  O. Uutchi!  GEO. BELL & CO.,  ison I  gooel .hotels there, unel as travel is  large with tbe country, they all seem I  to be doing fairly well. Kevelstoke is  made up of two parts, the olel and the  new, each with a postoffice. just an  even mile apart. The old part, is made  up   mainly     of    residenres,   and  the  business   portion   is  trending   le> the.   ���������������������������,.,...   C.P.H. " Between  the  two  is   a long1 appointments,  hut   thought   thai  row of houses and  business establish-   principle the council  should  show  ments, whii'h necessitates a goeiel   deal    -��������� ' -���������* '"- -  of walking.   A  street car line,   made  up of   hoises   and   sleighs,   has  heen  organized, anel passengers were carried  to and  from  tbe old   town   every   30  minutes, and  doing  a  gootl   business.  It is no doubt the  nucleus of  a  more  highly   evolved   street   service,    and  when population siiflicienlly increases,  this division of the town, with  a  long  _r������    _.   riV���������1-1 ___.__- is our subject  Btlt   PlCKleS j-ou buy from us  main street will supply the necessary  conditions for success. Revelstoke  hus a waterworks nnd light coiupuriy  ciimbiuecl. Thev were having a little  tumble in giving satisfaction, b.it it  was understood that the capital woulel  lie iue-ie'iised. Nelson was: suffering  at the same time from an ''ineffective  lighting and water supply, anel the  ' liad-jost-taken���������it-oveiL-with-  . ��������� :. ������������������ i,���������  eity-  of the  billiard table  Messrs. McClennan & Black  Windsor Hotel at Trout Lake Oily,  were in town on Thursday; Tlie  residents of that place nre jubilant  over the prospects - for the coming  .season. o  Mrs. F. E. Saunders received the sad  news of the  death  her brother. Thos.  O. Gi'dilinss, aged 15 years, yesterelay.  Miss  G'ulelines .another  sister''of   the  .deceased, left on  No.  2 this 'morning  for Calgary to attend the funeral.  ���������'R.jv.' John   A���������  Logan,   of Eburiip.  ���������will ocoupy.thf* pulpit in  the Presbyterian     cbiii-ch   both     morning   and  evening   tomorrow.   While   in  town  Hie   reverend  gentleman  will be the  guest cf Mr. and Mrs. T. XV. Jeffs.  The Kaslo Prospector says thnt  Poupore & McVeigh will put on 800 or  1.000 men on their section of "the. Lardeau railway this summer so a������i to  ..have it completed by fall and that  there are verv 'few pick and shovel  men nrotinel Knslo.  When the' ladies go shopping at  Bourne Bros. Great Departmental  Store tliey fetch their IlEitAi.n along  with them to keep tab on the prices.  The result of a ree.*eiit announcement  of pi ices in the Herald was that the  ; store* was fairly cleared ont of several  Hups.  A.     E.     Watt,   proprietor  of  the  Diamond Core Drill,  arrived  in  town  from the  south   on   Wednesday..' He  has taken a contract to do 60((1 feet, of  prospecting on   the  Glengarry  claim.  The elrill and piping is  at  Arrowhead  anel will Iw taken up to the Glengarry  from     Ciimiiplis'     by     pack   horses.  Numerous   int|tiiries  are  being   made  of Mr. Watt from parties  thinking  of.  using the drill  to  prospect cl;iiiii3 in  this district.  Rev. T.cMenzies has been in Calgary  Ibis week attending the meeting of  the Presbyterian Synod of British  Ci"lumbi:i, which includes Alberta. On  Wpelncsday night he gave an address  on Home; Missions. An overture has  liei'ii presented for the creation of a  presbytery of Kootenay, including  u.i    tbe summit  eif  -....   ,,..-.-   - _l,be-  prnspecls of making it go better. It is  hard in a new town, especially in. one  of the interior towns, to nink'e water  and light service pay. The cost of  eqtiipme.tit arid maintenance is high  anil the demand limited, with tbe low  dips of temperature to increase the  trouble. There was not a single place  I was in in the interior with a water  service which had not had its water  supply frozen for weeks this winter,  aiid the inconvenience, as may well bo  understood,, is very great.hot speaking  of the'eost of repairs. The winter '  been un exceptionally long one  somewhat, severe at times.  ItKVKLSTOKE'S FUTURK  more or less depend-'upon the development of the Lardeau and Duncan  districtjs. anel the opening up of the*  Big Benel country and the country  'beyond. Of course, more or loss of its  trnile may be .diverted by railways  projected from the either siele of the  1  *"��������� "*   hut with  Aid.:,Woils asked if the appointments  wore in  accordance  with  the recommendations     of     the    council.     The  minutes were referred to  and  showed  that, Aid. Brown  and  T. 14. L.  Taylor  were receiiiiitiendpeV for police ?cbmniis-  sioners   and   Aid.   Wells,-unci     C. P.  Lindmark  for  license commissioners.  Aid. McKechnie did   not   wish I.e. be  understood as finding  fault  with   the  but   thought,   thut   on  its  disapproval of thn  way  in   which  Hs  recommendation had been set aside hy  the   Lient.-Governoi-.      He   moved  a  resolution to that effect.  " That tliis council express its_sti-ong  disapproval of the action.  Aid. Crage thought that if the e-ity  council were asketl to makp Ye'entii-  ineiid.itions for th"*e appointments  some reason should h������ -given fo  telling tliem aside. He secondeel- the  motion.  Aid. Grahame thought that under  clause iSi of the Municipal Act the  council had nothing to do with the  appointments.  Aid. McKechnie diel not see that the  clause prevented the coeuie-il lrom  making recommendations.    How  was,  lip-utenajli-governoi*    to     know I ^gg^^]_A.nD-A-033L3ij  and vou make no mistake when  in" price,  quality or variety, e  Twenty Bars Royal Crown Soap  Three lbs. of English Bfst. Tea.  White Star Baking Powder 12 oz.  Rolled Oats, 8o lbs. for   ' French Peas, 5 Tins for .-���������������������������'���������  Pure   Gold   Flavoring    Extracts,  5������z ���������������������������'   Peach, Pears,  Apricots,   5  24 lb.  Cans for only   HARVEY   &   M.CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,    Etc:  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  eiiTu'eis:   Molsons Bank Bloe  $1 OO  100  IS  eies  First Street,  Molsons Bank Block.  Revelstoke Station,  B.C.  1 00  *  1 00  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN  Office and Besideneo, two doors cast Cowan  Block.  THIRD STREET, CENTRE.  Nlsht and Day Calls attended to.  Telephone connection.  Sweet.or Sour, lu 25 cei.t bottles.    In Sealers, In Palls, In Kegs.  GEO.   BELL  &o .GO- '  jobbers and Dealers in Groceries, ,'onfeetlonery. Fruit, Hey. Feed  -. SSL  C^S TELEPHONE NO  I gwother Goods in Proportion.  __.:m:__-s,  I_C^.2Sr^.C3--ElE,.  Frost Stiiket, KEVELSTOKE, B.C.  A BIG CUT IN  GENTS' FURNISHINGS  NURSE  LUCAS  L. O. S., London. England.  Trained,    experienced,     medical,   ' surgical,  obstetrical nurse, open to engagement.  Address:   NUUSE LUCAS, llevelstoke.  - .      ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Dravlng nnd delivery work aspeela-ty.'* Teams  always reaely on shortest notice.' Contracts for  jobbing taken.   '       ,  Are You  Troubled  With   EVERE���������  HEADACHES  You will find nothing  Better than our  Crage & Mayne  Notaries Public and  Conveyancers   Sole Agents for the,  Smelter Townsite  = !Come and See my $500 Suits I  has  and  P'< j   Mine up into l.uidean-Duncan,  ' a gooel .start its geographical  position  should assure il of stie'e:e*.ss.   At present j  the business   men.   while:   doing well  from all appearances, are  anxious  to  see the developments of the next year  1 or two.     It   has   experienced a  very  I considerable   revival   of    late."    The  question is. will  it continue?     It   depends entirely upon  mining  anel  railway   ilevelopnieitt   in   the   diicctions  indicated.  the=   whom to appoint?  The mayor thought it was customary for the council to make recommendations.  Aid. Crage thought the council  should express its disapproval of the  setting aside of their recommendations.  Aid. Brown said that he had been  instructeel by oneeit the Ministers of  the Crown that it was always iiMial  for the council to.makc the recommendation!* for these appointments. If  the citizens hael any rights it was  time to assert them and let the governing powers show their hands s.o  that we may know whom wehave to  fight against CJntil matters 'were  satisfactorily explained it was only  right for th'e council to resent this  complete change in the programme.  Theo motion was e*arrie:l. Altls.  Brown, McKechnie and Ornge voting  for. and Aids. Wells and Grahame  uguin~-t. oAlel. Kilpatrick did not vote  and when called on for an explanation  saiel that he did not think us nn intei'-  psti'd part v tbat he hael any right to  elei so.    This closeel the incident.  Fre*el. Fraser's i'eimnuuiie.-ation pro-  elue-eel some discusinn, the feeling apparently being to sustain the reolt'.tion  -fb:  E    SAMPLES   "    Mail orders promptly attended to.  ..fielbTbews..  "FIRE  Office:  --MINING^ '  LI F E Jand-ACGI DENT���������~-  INSURANCE.  First St., east, Revelstoke, B.C.  FREE DELIVERY  STRICTLY CASH  RS. Jackson.  AFIM&T-0T-0F-  EDUCATIONAL. CARD ..  Pencil drawing, black and colored '-rayons. -  oil and water color on canvas, silk, china, etc.  Two hours weekly:   ?l per month.    English (evening class) 0 hours wee"} <f  ner month. Kroneh, -2 hours weekly, ti per  memth.    Latin, - hours weekly, H per month.  ^^riSlS'-a'eteMoKcn.l.  Avenue.   ���������  opposite Taylor Block. ' * ,  HOW'S YOUR PRINTING ?  DON'T OVERLOOK THE HERALD  ..  _,... EGGS. EGGS.  CHEMISTS  TEL. 33.  DRUGGISTS    -    STAT'.ONERS.  KEVELSTOKE- B-C.  $125.  feel'fronti  partieiuli  111 buy Lot 8. bile 11. (opposite J; A.  rc-yiftence).  ������0x121),   fenced,    lot, 170  For  ece.  Rone'..  woulel make a ������plenelid fcFiMr.n, corner 1  ntngc; the b*.'t'bnV in thecitv,  lars BL'pIy at onru to K   I>. Pf-tupi  Furnished Room to Let.  A larpe* front room, llicht anel comfortable*.  Ibathre**m privll^?������������),     Vi per month.    Apply  R. I*. P., 1Iep.au> ofllpt'.  "Two Good Miners Wanted.  For Tangier Mine, Allrtrt Canyon.  Girl Wanted.  A Keiicral servant.   Must Iw i;oe>d cf.ok.   Apply IlEaAtn,  LADIES' gMPOKIUM  Th" nn" street, Of.stre.  Opposite Cowan Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment of Fancy  Goods in town.  M. K.^7awson.  NE^L  li  on   tap  at  M.  Business Locals  ���������Aman's soda fountain  is running  again.  ���������Iced soda drinks now  Ainu n's.  ���������Boy's suits at bargain prices at  K. I-iwson's. -       i  ���������Children's hats, a fine assortment,  at M. IC. Lawson's. i  ���������Read Bourne Rros. ad  on  page 1.  It will interest you. I  ���������Remember   every   Frielay is bai-  j gain day at M. IC. Lawson's.  '    ���������Everything marked in plain figures  at Bourne Bro's. big busy store.  ���������Come to our store and order vour  provisions. We deliver, them free.  Bourne Bros.  ���������Lost a brown  Irish freeze  The. finder will  please leave   at  Heualu oflice.  iced soda, elrinks are much  uniuier to what they  Aman having installed  that, in their opinion the city was  not |   "'  in a position to entertain lhe offer of L*6*>1w"1 l?;,y I'TSIi��������� S1 m' ���������  .u . ij~... 1...I.1 a. ... i . i r������ i i- t ��������� .. * Fronttstreet- Terms |._i.j oown and ?3:o on  the Knislanrt Standard Publishing Co. j m0ntlilv p������ra������_it������. Apply at this office,  with regard lo a write up of the town. | Apply ' ~  of the council already passeel.  The     Finance  committee   reported  "   not  M  1^.. it. ^...k. ......   pn.  Another report of the Finance committee emboelying their programme  of contemplated improvements was  read, but ns the: city. ��������� clerk had his  hack.turned to the "press gallery it  was impossible to catch very much of  it. In conseepinnce the Heuald representative asked his Woi-ship to  allow elocunients to bo handed up to  Be.lore. the Mayor could rt-  ind  said   that he  .   Wanted.  A ce-cral servant.     Wages SJ15  per month  (food cook.  "Natures   Own Health Preserver.  ^eQuaker Bath  Cabinet  dasr   RECEIVED THIS WEEK  INCLUDING:::::::::::  Carving Sets  Castors  Knives  Forks  Teaspoons  Butter Dishes  Bon Bons  EGGS from pure bred prize winning-stock of  White   Plymouth' Bocks.. ~!3 for a setting 61  13 eggs.  John Yates.  Leavo orders at Bourne Bros. -      Im  For Sale  pay  ItERAt-n e.._ice.  Turkish Baths nt Home. Saves Health, Life.  Medicine ami nocUjr bills. .These llatlis arc  Pleasant, Toning, Cleansing, ,Ite-llullding,  Invigorating, Btrcngthenirig to the boely,  blood, muscles, heart, etc. For further particulars, Information or circulars apply to  IN PROBATE  In   the County  Court of- Kootenay .  holden at Revelstoke:   ,In the goods  of  Arthur Godfrey  Molson Spraggo/  deceased, and in the matter of'thu  "Of-clal Administrators Act," beforo  His Honor J. A. Forin, County Judge,  the 26th day of April, 1899.   '  Upon; the  application  of James   Ferguson  Armstrong,' Official    Atlmlnistrator 'of    tho  County Court District of the County of Kootenay, and   upon reading  thc  affidavits  and  papers filed on this npplicntion.  It is ordered that the said James Ferguson  Armstrong, official adminlstralorof tho county  court district ot the county of Kootenay,  be and he is hereby appointed administrator of all and singular the personal '��������� estate,  effects and eircdits of Arthur ejodlrey Molson  Spragge. Into of Revelstoke, H. C. barrister,  deceased, with thc will annexed.  And it is ordered that a copy of this order be   - "���������...������.-������ un.Di.1 n_ u-Kpaper  dato  For Sale  Boarding House and Lot, Second f-trect,  Centre. This house; is aix-M, to be sold with or  without household e2ect.i. Apply Mrs, Lo_s-  vot.n, Prop.  ���������M4^*������rt'M~M'**4-M-W*-H4-l-W'  ��������� Aman's i  tbe country* between  i,u������= ������-*��������� ������������������������������������-  ���������_- j iol. this  summer  ss^������ss������_a3^L~<--  of the synod.  the press  ply Aid. Wells ros'.  thought the press sboiile] keep a small  hoy to h'\ntl up llie documents. It was  very annoying to thecounril to have the  clerk employed ri.ilf bis time banding  them up.    This-discourteous and  inconsiderate reply was the only  notice-  taken eif the  Herald's request, and  our representative seeing no  object in  sitting there;  watching  the aldermen  cape,   wagging their heads together over the  ���������a   the   report, left the table.      A visit to  the  ty office this morning founil.it closed  nd in conserjuence   we  are unable to  ,T.���������;������.������i nut* readers   with  a  verbatim  We Can Make You  Chas. J. Aman, ok*-.. 8ta������on.  Fresh Groceries and Good  Bread  A. N. SMITH, Grocer and Baker.  WATCHES  AND G120GKS  Sby Barber,  McKenzie Ave., Revelstoke.  d-4-I"(--t'lr"I"l-'l"l"I-'l-^'I"M"S"I������i"i"M"I������l"I"I' I  FAYETTE BUKER.  published in the Kevelstoke Herald newspaper  lor  the space of  four weeks from the datn  hereof.  31���������4tw  (Signed)  J. A. FOKIS*.  Judge.  drcs or  report of the correspondence,  motions  and reports of committees presented  anei reports  at the meeting.  j������  any kind of a suit,���������bicycle,  |*  just agood up-to-date business suit,���������of  \  ������   any kind ol cloth, in sny style yon nsk   .  M  for.    Tailoring is our business; and we  '  ~j*   are known throughout North Kootenny  X  to be reliable.     Why spend yonr good  ? money in cheap-John eastern sweat  j. shops, when you can do better���������quallty  !|. and workmanship conslelereel���������by get-  4" ting your clothes from a union shop,  T   a shop that spend3 your money In town.  |        R. S. WILSON,  5 CITY MERCHANT TAILOR.  l*'l~'fil"I-1"I'I"I"I"l'**M';M'iI'T-I"T'M"M"l'  T.L.HAIG  CAN  Insure your property against loss  by fire.  Insure  your  Life ��������� "Accident   or  Death."  Offer yon a chance*to invest a small  or large amount of your earnings  or capital at a profitable rate.of  interest.  Hotel Victoria  J. V. PERKS. Prop.  Hotel Accommodation Best in the city  for tbo money.  Heated by hot nir and electric'light and bell  in every room.  Hourly street car between hotel and station.  Large and well lighted sample room.  Free bus meets all trains.  BBVELSTOKE, B- C_  LOAN YOU  MONEY������������������>=S?  Notary Public,  Sole Agent for  Only Best Companies Represented,  Office McKenzie Avenue.  Revelstoke  ^ Townsite  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE-:  DEER HEADS,  JtlRDS, A MM ATA Etc..  Preserved and Mounted.  Undertaking, and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  . Mackenzie Ave. t  INSURANCE Third St. East Of SChOOlhOasei WholesaleandRetaUDealers!  ia Furniture;  i-i


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