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Array *_MB_  S"  / <������*,  -isstjieid a:-w-ioE-^-v7'EE-������z---',wrE3DiNrESZD^L.irs  .aictid  sa.tttk.d^its-  Vol.  HI.    No.  40.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, MAY.20, 1899.  $2.00 a Year'in Advance.  "  r_*#_������*������*������)������)  ������*_.^,������_~*������_>^.-'.������j_'.������.-������-'.������i<^>,* ���������**������*  The Great Departmental Store i  BOURNE BROS.  MORE N  We  make use  of these coluums to give information about our goods.     The public  have  guined  confidence   in these weekly announcements, because we never juggle "  with words or prices.      People .of Rcvclstoko   hnve  learned by actual experience  that at Bourne Bros.' goods are ex _ctly as advertised,    This fact gives satisfaction  to buyers who are never disappointed when they come here after goods.    . .,  No liookiiig Backwards  Every" day" adds-.'to "the"readiness for Spring and Surnmcribnsiness and the enthus-  "iasm ofreceivihg new. goods. :- At -every point "of comparison our-business is bigger  "and better i'than'"it'was-", and our attitude towards the new season is that of constant -  :improvement.' ��������� .Tbe day���������of lower prices and larger and better stocks has come, and  'we mean to discount anything this business has ever known, and that me.ms more  ;,'than* ever to^clioose- from and even'more ibr'your money,'on both floors.     We want  every- person -tj know"that' buying is not a necessary passport to the courtesy of  -".this store., "Every department h*as iVK'eavty \velooine..for all': comers, and prices such'   -  - as thefe'won't be"apt' to Brighton'you-away':"    '      .       *      --* ... -*     -y������������������ .**-.  o  '< Black and Colored Dress Goods  130 inch Amazon cloth. Rood weighl.  > bright finish, gooel colorings, regi'-iat  |    price 4l)c, special '^oc.  1150 yards, MS to 42 inch Fancy Black  'Dress (inods, including figuie'il  Mntahisaps and figured' Mohairs,  fancy di'signs mid broche clVce-ts;  'worth (Sit:, special C3c.  Prints  [10c. New Prints, big variety of patterns  on Unlit grounds, tint ;i bad  pattern in the lot: none have* been  less than Sr.  and   meistly   all  have-  K___.__.been Hk'.^JSRgciaLL  .oc.  Wash Goods,  Crash Suitings  New goods direct from Belfast nuinn-  fneture', extra e|t).ility, 30. inches  wide, ut ". '. 2.">c.  Elegant Ginghams  Our select iems ai-e n)adc from several  reliable makers, .consequently you  get, tho advantage of un immense*  variety ol styles in designs us well  us colorings. Many choice ones an*  almost cone now as high' iis 2.">e..  with silk mixtures, but many dainty  patterns '20c. and 15c.  All Black Muslins  Havo yon over tried lo buy these in  Midsummer? if so. you "will know  how scarce they become. At present  we aro showing some Swiss novel-  tics in spots, very dressy, and positively fast colors, at 20c.  Ladies'   New   Spring   Hosiery  Ladies.'  Black    Lisle   Thread    Hose,  Ribbed, double s-oles, full fashioned,  , high     spliced     ankles,    extra, flue*  quality, special value, at SOc.  Ladies'  Black  Silketeen  Hose  High spliced ankles anil full fashioned,  fast colorings, soft finish, very cum-  fortable. Regular price, 60c, special,   ' _0c.  Curtains  30 paiis only, Iim* quality Nottingham  and Seed eh ince curtains, 11 yards  limp;, making a very line curtain.  All the very. latest designs. Special   7.V.  10 pairs only, lino quality Swiss muslin curtains, with frilled edges,  making a very effective curtain.  Our regular price is 'i>o. special. .$3.50  Flannelettes���������Special  1 pieces only. Flan noltotte. 27 in. wide,  iu checks nnel stripes. Regular Sc.  goods, special, 20 yards for $1.00  Clothing for Men and Boys  The Clothing Department intends\  adding new laurels te> ils recoi.l fort  value giving. Tlie prices for 'next (  week, will show how generously they ������  are going about it. "   _���������   -'"'  Carpets  The established f.iet the minds off  housekeepers that we are lio.id-  qunrti'is for house*, furnishings keeps  this department constantly active*  and the prices fur Monday and*  follenving days should st'.ll further  increase its activity.  Christie's Biscuits  Parasols  Ladies'   $1.73  and   $2.0')   Parasols at,  15 only���������Ladies' Taffeta Silk Parasols,  plain etfecl..' steel leids and frames.  Regular, $1.75 und $2.    Special .$1.25  Handkerchiefs  13c. anil 20c  Lawn"Handkerchiefs nt   .-.'.. 10c each  Lnd'u'r.' flue Lawn Hemstitched and  enibreidcri'd Handkerchiefs. Regular 15c. and 20c'qualities; Mouilny   ? 10c. each.  Good Shoe Values  Still Continue   ���������  If you have a Shoe neeil, n. visit to  this Department on the first floor  will convince you that in spending  your money here you are doing so  io the best advantage.  )i   Dress Lining" Remnants  Tuesday morning from S to 10 o'clock  .we are going lo sell almost 100 Remnants of Waist Lining in all colors  and kinds and in lengths of ono yd.  lo six yds. We will not be particular  about getting much more "than half  the regular prices, but kindly remember that they go on sale'at 8  o'clock and the quantity is not likely  to last more than a couple of hours.  'Wise economy tn use only the best!  Hour;" "poor policy te* pae:k in' cheap (  boxes;" "better-lose the hatch than (  senel enit an inferior biscuit." . These*  are some of tho l nlus'thafrhave made <  the. biscuits we sell notorious for'  appertising quality and crisp eein-  L-oudition.  Crockery and Glassware  10 packages of Crockery and Glassware just arrived and will be on sale:  Monday. *  Groceries  A-k for Blue Ribbon Tea, rich, strong,  pungent 50c. per lb.  For  breakfast  package   try    -Whe.-itine.  G'crmen, ������ lb. packages.  ner o  .20c. |  .-10c 2  Something new���������Ready Lunch Beef.  2 lb. tins for 35c.  Pure Gold Jellies  A most delicious dessert can be made!  in   two   minutes.    Vanila.   Lemon,  Orange.     Calf      Foot,    Raspberry, i  Orange,  Cherry,  Grape Fruit,   two*  packages for.. .* 25c.  Purs Gold Icings  Ready for use���������no eggs required.  Chocolate, Orange, Almonds, Lemon.  White, etc., 2 packages fo*- 23c.  BOUENE BROS.,  Wholesale  and  Retail   General  Merchants.  Revelstoke  Nakusp  New Denver  Burton City  HALCYON HOT SPRINGS  Great' Improvements Under the New  Management to the , Natural Advantages of This Favored Spot���������Hints on  the Use of the Halcyon Water.  A representative of the llicnAl.l)  spent a couple of pleasant days last  week nt the Halcyon Hot, Springs,  where, under l he courteous guidance  of the general manager. Mr. XV. C.  Husband, he inspected the improvements recently made on lhe pioperty  nnel was informed of those in font em-  platioi:. The* buildings themselves  are well known for their elegance nntl  comfort, but. Mr. Husband hasdeterin-  ined to increase thu attractions of the  linti*l by beautifying lhe immediate,  surrtiunilitigs. He is busy sowing  grass anel levelling oil the ground iu  front of the house, in which ilowors  and shrubbery will bo pluuteel. presenting a very attractive' appearance.  A six foot walk is being opuiie.il up to  the point, fiom which the; boiling  mineral waters burst forth from their  hidden source in the mountain side'  fot-.tho benelit of suffering niiin.inity  and occasionally as a side issue; lo  dainpetijfa little Scotch whiskey. A  peculiar property of the water is that  taken warm, mixed with a little pepper  and salt, it tastes exactly like chicken  broth. On the other hand, taken e-eilel,  judiciously mingled wilh the Highland  dew. it  tastes   like well,   it   tastes  belter   than anv chicken   broth  that  ever came out of an egg.  The; building erected for the p lrpose  of bottling this beneficent product e)f  the granite schists of'.the shore51 of  Arrow Lake is now linisbed. Tho  pipes are ull laid and'all that, delays  is lhu arrival of the; new bottling plant  from England,. which is one of the  best that money cottld'proc nre.  Among other new improvements  contemplated the chief is tin* installation of an up" to date electric light  service, which will be put in shortly.  There are iiboul 50 guests til the  hotel, which- is about the regular  average ont of season, who- were  mostly there lo enjoy the benelit of  the welters, and everything for ftheir  comfort and convenience is proviileel.  Iu the bath rooms, which are models  of their kind, anel, include two excellent plunge " baths, shower baths,  steam rooms, etc." Every attention is  paid by the manager and liis stall to  t.liiM'ciiufnrb, and enjoymi.it of their  guests, andii medical man i-i always in  attendancejit the hote_.,foi- Iho-Jienelit  rjf.tlios.������-\\li-".'a~e visiting tliis beautiful  spot' for the recuperation of their  health and-it must be an. obstinate  case, wliich'- these wonderful waters  fail, sometimes seemingly almost  miraculously to substantially  relieve.  Enough is Plenty  This town Ts getting almost civilized  enough to dispense with the shibarec  business. If there is still a crowd in'  this place that thinks that there is  sennet hing coming to I hem over every  wedding lh.it takes place the best,  thing they can do is to knock at the  door and ask for il, instead of insulting some unfortunate woman in order  to compel her husband to buy them olf.  ROMEO AND JULIET  The   Nelson  Miner's   Account   of   tho  Play and Praise for the Company  Thu following is taken from a recent  issue of lho Nelson Miner and speaks  for iiself: The; Lyceum Co. will play  Romeo and Juliet, in Tapping's opera  house here on Monday night when a  packed house will undoubtedly be the  order of the evening.  ���������  " Every reserved seal was sold. In  fact the ileiiriiid for seats was so great  thai, many nf theni were sold several  limes over ur.il score*. <if people found  upon arrival that their chairs were  occupied by others who also held  checks for lliein. There is no excuse  for any such bungling, which lias  been much too romm-ii of late in  connection with the opera house.  As to the nl.iy���������the company elid  splendidly. The giv.it love tragedy of  the Ban! of Avon was in capable  hands. Mr. Webb as Hntiieo and Miss  Hext ii-s .1 uliel were very good. Miss  Hext had neit been very much to the  foie during the week as her parts  were very small and gave her little  scope in which to elispl.iy her abilities.  But, she had the opportunity last, night  and took advantage of it. It is a  tribute to thc excellence of the Lyceum  Company that seune new star comes to  the front each night. Mr. Clifford was  a capable Friar, but bis enunciation  was none too good. He also took the  part of Ty ball, and after being killed  in tb-il role* and his spirit being renovated in the lh*sh of Ihe. Friar, his  voico seemed to take n fresh strength  and clearness. Mr. IVOize was a, very  jolly Merculio. It is ton bad that.  Shakespeare saw fit to kill .him so  early in the play. Al least it is a pity  when lbe part, was taken as it was  last night. Sometimes it is different.  All the minor parts were well taken.  The Lyceum Company has concluded  n. week's engagement heic and leaves'  today for pasture's new. They have  miule n host of fiieiid-i while here and  their really first, class performances  fully di'served und whs woi tliy of the  generous p.itionago they received.  Their return to Ibis city "next season  will bu eagerly looked teirwarel to if  the company retains its present state  of excellence.  - Ir. might be interesting to add that  last evening was Miss Hcxt's llrst performance of Juliet, the only rob* of any  iinpoi tance she has taken in two  mouths on account of a severe illness  fiom which she is now lecovoring.  Sho i= a young luely.who bus a "bright  stage e-aieer before her, if her work*  of last evening can bo taken as a  criteiion."  Not On to Their Job  "Se> far. no single member of the  Hume Campaign committee ������ill admit  having it'comineneled any of tbe appointments recently maele. nr about to  be made, to otiii-e in Nelson.- More.  They.condemn tho appointments. The  question then arises, has the honorable minister of mines been misled by  eneinie-- clothed in the garb of friends?"  .The If time Campaign- Committee  should take a trip up here anel gel  some pointers from the Kellio Campaign Committee.���������Nelson Tribune.  THE CITY COUNCIL  The  Frontage  Tax   Principle  Adopted  for all Sidewalks  The weekly meeting of the Cily  Council took place a.s usual on Friday  evening. All the members were  preseiii. The minutes of the last  meeting were read and adopted.  A ceiiiimiinieation from tiie board of  trade askiiiR thu council to endorse  their iieiion wilh. regard to the road  appropriation for the Big Bene! wagem  road brought about a lively discussion  and ti resolution lo that etTei-t proposed by Aid. Crage and .seconded Iiy  Alel. McKechnie was carried bv a vote  of -I to 2.  There were othei' communications,  from tbe Standard Publishing Co., D.  Stumper, the Land anil Works department, stating Unit $800 hael been  set aside lo elivin the townsite and  that the money is now at the disposal  ol the council; the Provincial secretary in answer to the resolution ol the  council respecting the appointments  to thc License and Polite Commissioner:- and stating that the recommendations of the City Council hud  been set aside for reasons suflicient lo  the executive council. The; repoit of  the Public Works committee recommended: 1. The purchase of twei road  scrapers from the "Waverlev Mines.  Ltd. 2. That half the cost of all  sidewalks lie charged by a frontage  tux to the landowners in front t>f  whose property they run. 3. That the  council endeavor to" have the; government to repair the eild tiiatti'.iss behind  Allen's brewery. ���������!. Thai the clearing  of Front' street between King and  Wales be laid over for the present.  The re'poi't was adopted.  Tbe Finance committee reported  that lhey hael considered the repoit  of the Public Works committee and  noted other objects on which immediate expenditure,is necessary, such as  the improvement of the cemetery, the  improvement of the recreation  grounds, the erection of a fireball anil  lockup and suggested that when the  various committees in charge of the;se  expenditures bad put in their estimates that, the Finance e-ominittee  woulel report so as tei include the  whole in one issue of debentures. The  report was adopted.  The Firrineo cominittee reported  that in Ibeir.opinion the salary of the  police* magistrate, should bu placed at  $-100.  .Adopted. -:  .The.yesl ol the evening was  taken   up  witli the Ftie bylaw.  THOMSON^ LANDING ������������������  A Fight With a Bear   Close   to   Town  -   ���������Freight   Still   Going  in   by   Pack  Horses��������� Working on the Wiigon Road  Thomson's  Lan'dino.  May 17.���������On  Saturday the 15th,   a   bear   wa*~ seen  near the   wagem   road,   between   this -  place and the boat, landing.    A hunting  parly was immediately organized and  a start made in search  of Mr.  Bruin.  They were not. away very  long,  however, before tbey caught sight of him ..  as he was in  hiding   u  short distance  rroui   I hi;   Landing.    He was shot at .  nine   times   beiore   he   gave   dp   his  freedom.    He proved   to   bu   a   large  Silver Tip.  T. Horn   and his brother Bruce, of  Revelstoke, tame in yesterday.   They  are on their w.iyto their mine on  the  ���������  Duncan where they intend working nil  summer.    James Tobin, G. F. Grundy,  BiHyStruptandscver.il  more of out'.'  old timers have returned.'   Mr.  Tobin  thinks he   will   move   and   biiug   his  family back   to  tbe Lauding  for the-  summer.  Miss Edith Jewel t bas been on u  visit to the Landing for several   days.  Malcolm Beaton has a number of  men working on thu waggon road  here repairing bridges.  Tiie road to Trout L-ike is slill in a  bad condition and ail freight has to be  taken in Iiy pack horses. Andy Craig  left this morning with his second pack  train. .    ..  The weather is very disagreeable  here so far and the spring backward.  The water is tising slowly, owing to  such cold nights.  The New Recniic      '���������-. -I'- ���������  No sensible  Liberal  can  credit  Mr.  Costigiu.'s loEty "protestations  of dissatisfaction with Tupper leadership.  Tripper leadership or any other "sort  of leaelei ship'which could keep Hon.  John Costigan in steady contact with  the emoluments of oflice was always  gooel enough ��������� Ior lhat high-souled  patriot.  When the Conservative party threw  itseir into the Remedial-Bill ditch to  eiblige Sir "Frank Smith and Hon. John  Costigan. Tupper leadership had not a  more insolent apostle than the. gentleman who is now posing as an  enlightened patriot.���������Toronto Telegram.  Not a F?.ir Deal  Revelstoke   people'are feeling" blue  over the outlook for  their  lowi.  with  regard to ti-uile in this district in  the_y  event of the railway being constructed *  from the southern end of. Trout. Luke -  before it is  commenced  from  Arrowhead.    They ceitaiuly have.* a   griev-"  atico and have the sympathy of people in this section.    Trout Lake under  present cond'aions looks tei Revelstoko  as its supply point,   they   have  .been  assisted very materially bv that town  in their efforts to*bring the eiistiict to,  the  attention  of   tho'outside   world,,  and although  in   many  tli'mga Trent;.  -3_ni������-. hjiE-neitJiet-;; ������bl"(o accord .withy.  Itevelstoke, still the people liei-fi would.*  be. more,than glad'to see* their faithful  ally receive an even show 'with -other-;  towns, when the trade of the district *  is lieing scrambled for.  '   The same influence,- though;* which  has kept Revelstoko in the position of  a railway town up to the present, will,  it is feaied. make that position  ner���������  manent.   This town should, by all "the  rights of situation, he. the  big  wholesale centre for North .Kootenay,   but-,  the   C. P. It.   by   iu    dise:riminative  freight rates has   made- this   an   impossibility so far.    It has  driven several wholesale   houses   away already  and  they have   been    transferreel- to  Nelsem which'has railway competition.  The people of Revelstoke should   get  out and kick and kick harel  for a ' removal of the iniquitous discrimination  which gives the coast hogs an, ad vantage, which they don't deserve.'-Trout  Lake Topic.      '       ' A ,  =B-__H_-I-, -I--UVI  -ARE   NOW   TO   BE FOUND-  The Complete List Can Be. Obtained on Application  to  ��������� Consumers' Wholesale Supply  *'_*+*++'H?++-M'*'M_  Mail-*  Orders  Promptly  Attended ������  To.  ������������������fr.M'M'.M'.W*****'**  Our. price list is worth studying, and it is of great interest to  the Consumer because   it  shovra   what  the best of poods are  o ���������  honestly worth. Wo carry a complete stock of Staple and  Fancy Groceries; Teas, Coffees. Spices, Dried Fruits. Etc..  and we have only one price list in which the prices are based  on the lowest figure that goods can be sold for  Short oa Brains  The_yL^yJ_Jujiceit^rinty  action of the eight hour  Slocan ��������� has cist a   frost  about    the _  "1 a w~i if* t l)"ir~  over   many  proposed mining deals.   Thispromis.il  lo   be   a   very ' busy   anel  prosperous  season   it*,   the    Slocan,   but  all has  changed.   Doubt has taken  the place,  of confidence anel  c-ipital  is loath  to.'  stop in where unwise legislators  may  at any time cause   trouble   by   their  uncalled   for   laws.   The   Slocan  has  hael trouble enough  in  the  past,  uutl  now  the   men   who   make   our   laws  seem bound that we shall  have more  of it.    That is what wo get for electing  men to oflice who are short on  brainH-  and long on the desire to obtain .vote*.  Mineis in the Slocan  prefer 10. hours  work and ?3.iJ0 a ������hift,  to fewer hours-  and less pay. The government should '  hnve considered   this   bpfore   passing  the law.    A shut down  in  the Slocan  means ruin to thousands and a. blow  at the host camp in British Columbia..  ���������New Denver Ledge.  Thc Galley Slave  Tho Btttner Theatre Co. which  appears at Tapping's theatre, on  Tuesday, May 23rri. played Spokane.  Wash., seven weeks lust summer, anel  arc opening thereon June 12th for a,  three wrek's engagement. Thoy arcs  without a doubt the strongest repre-  toire company on the ro.fd.       , i  High class specialties, bongs, elances,  ���������no waits between acts. All time  occupieil by the w.iragraph, showing  all the moving war pit lures of interest *  that took place during the late wav  with the U. S. ar.d Spain.  Special   Quotations  Given  on   Large  Quantities.      Estimates   Furnished  Promptly.     Special  Attention  Given to   Large Orders for the Entire Supplies for Hotels, Boarding  Houses,   Camps   and   Mines.  WBITB   POE   .OTTR,   O-AT-A-ZLOO-TTE    TO  THE  APPXJSTON Company,  _���������  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Epworth League  At tbe meeting of thc Epworth  League in the Methodist church mi  Monday evening, the debate under  discusibn wiil be on the subject of "The  United F*mpire." The different  countries that go to make up the  empire will he leprcsentetl by champions who will bring out the merits of  his count- y or colony as the case may  he. As judged by the large attendance at the hist meeting, Monday  night will find a huge number o'f  interested friends to listen to this  interesting and * patriotic debate.  Special iiV-isic and singing.  r  t  -^-���������-���������^SSSKiSg.*- tU  e% ^ l^i.^1-.-      U ������-_-,������,! J  lhllt he -is  personally    interested   In  J\6    6lSt0i������8      rl6r3jlU,having the lumber question settled as  Published In interests o  Jltrele okc    Lardean, Bis Be id, Tront Lake.   ,lIUleUlewaet. Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pass and Eagle _��������� aBS Distriota.i  WHITE,  GWILLIM & SCOTT  A- JOHNSON.  .Proprietor  A _-ml-WeeklT Journal, published ln the  iBiemu of RaveUtoke and the atirroundln^  dUtrlct, Wedneodari) and Saturday s, making  _o������e_������t coanectiom wilh all trjlns.  Adrertlslnf R&tM-. JMeplay aele, fl.flO pet  eclumn Inch, $2.00 perlnch when lnsertedon title  paxe. Loial ads.. 12c per (nonpareil) lino foi  Km lneertlcn; 8c for each addllluiiallnBortion.  RaaeUng noilccn, 15c per line each Issue. BI 3 h.  ���������_arrlaKe*nd Death notices, free.  Subscription Rates: Bj* mail or carrier ?2 00  per annum :  "1.1& for six monthii, strictly in  our Job Department: The Hkhalu Job  Department is one of tho beat equipped  DrintlBj offices In West Kootenay, and l������ pre-  parca u execute all kinds of printing In llr<.t  clan ������yle at honest prices.   One prico to,all;  America does and Canada does not  want it settled, should have had at  least the effect of compelling him to  keep silent on the matter until the  business of thc Commission was concluded. Tho publication of Mr.  Charlton's article places him beforo  the public of Canada In an extremely unenviable light.  . COSTIGAN'S CONVERSION.  Hon. John Costigan, M.P., who for  14 years filled tho place of u leader  aud councillor in thc Conservative  party and who during that time was  in receipt df. n salary of at least ?S000  per  annum,  hns   discovered   that  the  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Itevelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J.   M.   Scott,  B.A.,  Q.  C. L. L,. B.  K.  L.  Gwillim.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  1_AKV_I_Y>&  McCAUTER  METHODIST CHUROH ��������� Revelstoke.  Pleaching Bcrvicc-s ut 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Olui'S meeting at the cIobo ot tho  morning Horvlce. sabbath School and Bible  Clasa at 2:30 p.m, Weekly prayer meeting  overy Wednesday ovening ut 7:30 p.m. Thu  public nro cordially invited.   Scats freo.  KEV. S. J. THOMPSON, Pastor.  Barristers,   Solicitors,  IStc.  Solicitors tor Imperial Bank ot Canada  Company funds lo loan at S per cont.  unices:      MoIsoiih  Bank Block,  First Street, llevelstoke Station., 11. C.  Ko lob'too Targe���������none too small���������"for us.   Mall;'"     "       "*  '                     . .*'...,__.M,\-,.e Ivn  brder. promptly attended t j.   Give us a trial I present   leaders   of   the Consename  onTjcc"r^0nddinis:   We im      correspond- K>ny  do  not  represent the  party  or  ence on any subject of Interest to tho general  public, and desire a rellabl.   regular  eorrcj-  _ >._������     ...       nwa.v       1__���������1.' _mr_-niindin___  every     locali  Btirrounding  gindent    in      .      ...   .  e.velstoke.   In all cases the bona fldo numo  o'the writer must accompany manuscript, hut  t ot necessarily for publication  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Dlt.   Vi.   ll.   S.   McLJSAN.  Oflice  und   Residence   two   doors  oaut  of Cowan Block.  Third  Street,  Centre.  Nltflit anil day calls attended to.  Telephone connection.    ���������ROBERT  SAMSON  CHUROH OF ENGLANW-St. Petor'B  Revel-toke Hours of Borvico: Evening  prayeir di'ily at 5 o'clock, Fridays at 7:30.  -unduyti una Poativeils: Holy Communion at,  a.m., morning prayor at 11. Sunday School  and Bible Clans at 2:30, cvo.iing prayer at 7:30.  First Sunday in tho mouth Holy Communion  at morning services.   PUKSUYTERIA.* CHUKOH���������Reyolatoke.  tjervie'.e every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Bib'u (Jims ut 2:30 p.m., to which  -11 arte w������lcomo. Prayer Meeting at H p.m,  every Wednesday.  KEV. T. MKNZIEB. Pastor.  the Ideas which he claims to have  supported. The announcement of his  formal dofection from the party will  not, however, cause much suprise to  those who have watched his course  'ReveistoUe"B.c|iii politics since thc accession of the  Liberal party in power. Tho reasons  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.        j winch  he gave for his conversion, to    la Montreal Herald representative, will  1. All espondence    must   bo    leeibly j ]1������lr(iiy     stand      investigation.       The  ������rritt������ion   n   side of the paper only. , ���������     ���������   , ������  n,,.     r>,.r._r>r.  J. Corrrapeidenco      containing     personal !p0,.i.y  and  principles o������  tho    Consoi-  matter mns-llbeBlgned with the pr per name i.alive   parlv   today   are  precisely   the  ^.-^e-fjondence with reference to any same as when Mr. Costigan was a  thing that has appeared In another paper! cabinet minister, and even if ho team  must first bo offere-i for publication to that,, eljeves that thc present leaders of  paper before lt can appear in 1-I^Heka.^ l^*mrtv do notliveup to that policy,  ��������� ' that is no reason why he should for-  SVTURDAY. MAY   20, ISO!).  sake   thc   principles  which  he  cham-   . pionctl during his II years ot* oflice.  "I    The real  reason  of  his sacrifice  of  AN UNJUST LAW jins principles   is    suggested      by  the  i     .������ ,r prow tli of a new party in eastern Can-  "When   the  proposal  was  made that jtla_the   English   speaking    Catholic  Canadian     newspapers       should   pay LIberal       party.    It   seems   that   this  postage when sent through the mails, scctiorl  ot- lluj Liberal forces requires  the  Herald  did   not object.    There  is a   leadei.   and   representative    in   the  no   valid   reason       why   newspapers House oj. commons, and Mr. Coscigan  "Wood  Dealer and  Drayman.  Draying and eielivcry work a specialty.      Tennis always ready on shortest  notice.      Contracts  for johbiiisr  takon.  EDUCATIONAL CARD  ROMAN   CATBOIjIO   CHURCH-Revelstoko.     Mass  first and third Hundayi ln  month at 10:30 a m.  REV. FATHER THATER.  SALVATION AHMY-MeetlngB every nighl  in tliu'.r ha 1 on Front Street  should   not   pay   postage     and  the  who hus  had  so much  experience  as  post office charges, It was thought, lhe repreHentauve of thc English  would kill oft a number of fake aci- sl)eaking conservative Catholics, was  vertisenients'sent out as  newspapers. lllouglll_ lo i)0 the man for the place,  As the law now stands, however, Ul(J only (]jniculty being his political  it is grossly unjust to the bona rule views. 'mis difficulty has apparently  newspaper. To allow -weekly papers ,)oen overcomCl and it is proposed that  to be sent free through tho mails Mr Costjgan si,ouhl now assume in  1s an outrageous discrimination lhp Liberal party the same position  against newspaper enterprise. It is wi,jell ,)]ace<-i him in office during thc  ridiculous that such papers as the conservative government.  Star, tho Mail-Empire or the Globe This 1)rospect mav have had its in-  should he compelled to pay postage flucnce on Mr. Costigan's views, but  while the worst papers in the coun- ,vheti]er it has hatl or not, thero is  try   can  so  free. !no  doubt that  he will  be  made wcl-  Let it be understood that the Her- c.orae in t^g Liberal councils, and  aid is quite willin gto pay postage on wi]1 no (loll|)t ]je duly rewarded, il"  every copy sent from this oflice, and we may jutige 0* the consequences of  is in favor of Mr. Mulock's action t]l0 ae������ectj0n of Hon. .1. I. Tarte. In  as far as it has gone. The objection- Ju. Tarte's case, however, he had the  ablo feature about Mr. Mulock's re- ccnmlg0 t0 seccde while his party  gulations is that they do not go far were jn powcri and for sufficiently  enough. The present system puts a valitl veasons. The fact that Mr. Cos-  premium on poor journalism. Now tigan',5 partv llas been nearly three  that it is admitted that the pesst vears iu opposition before he saw fit  office department is not paying.why to admit the erroI. or his political  not. kill two birds with one stone. wav> not on]y deprives his action of  If Mr. Mulock will compel all news- au^ ap.,earance o������ heroic self-sacrifice,  papers ���������daily, weekly and semi- but cven suggests a sordid striving  weekly���������to pay postage, he -will at after office If as ig expected, his  the same time increase the revenue desertion to the Liberal camp means  ot his department and pertorm an act his j,eiug ���������iaced over the heads oC  of justice to those who are eudeayor-.'nicll'"wh^ havc becI1 ]ife_iong ���������dher-  ing to forward Canadian journalism. entB of that t n ig d0���������btful  The existing regulations are mde- whetiler ,lis aiTival win be looked on  tensible. as au unriiixed blessing by the men                       whose   legitimate    aspirations      will  Pencil drawing', black and colored  crayons, oil and water color on canvass,   silk,   china,   etc.  Two hours weekly; $4 per month.  English (evening class), 6 hours  weekly, *f3 per month. French, two  hours weekly. ?4 por month. Latin,  two  hours   weekly,  ?4  per  month.  Special terms to families.  Address: Miss Steele. Vcjven-ie  Avenue,  opposito Taylor Block.\  Hotel Victoria  J. V- PERKS, Prop-  Hotel Accommodation the Best in the  City for the money.  Heated by bnt air: electric  light  and  bell in every room  Hourly stteet car between hotel and  station.,  L'irge and well lighted  sample room.  Free bus meets  all   tiains.  l.I_VELSTOKl-, B. C.  Loyal Or an go  Lodge, No. 1658.  Regalur  inee'tings arc held in thc  OelelrcIIows Hull on tlietliirel Frlelay  of each nioiitliiit 7-:tU|i. in.   Visiting  liri'lhrcii I'orilinlly invited  W. O. Itirnuv. W.M.; K. P. Pcttl  plci'O, Hoc. Sec; Dr. T. Jells, Flu. Sec.; Thus.  Steeel, Treasurer.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F.,No.346i.  Moots ln tho Oddfellows' Hall on ��������� tho  2nd and 1th Fridays of  each month. Visiting  brethren invited to  attend.  B. R. Campbell,   K. D. J. C. Johnson  Chief Ranger. Rec.-Sec.  pETTIPIECE'S  Directory  and  Mao  , of the  City f Revelstoke  1899.  I beg to inform "the public  that the Third Annual Directory and Map of the City of  revelstoke will be Issued  from tho office of publication  on or about tho 1st of May.  Besides containing a complete  list of the' names, occupation  and residence of every mala  resident of Revelstoke and  vicinity it will contain valuable information concerning North Kootenay. Place  your   order   now.  PRICE   FIFTY   CENTS  Remit  to   ii     R.  P. PETTIPIECE,  -' ���������  '   Revelstoke, B. C.  =������������������****?*���������-"    -m, th -~~^  These Are Facts  CANADIAN PACIFIC STOCK  The rise ln Canadian Pacific stock  makes a glance at its record interesting. The dividend record of C. P.  R.*' common Etock has been a checkered one, and has run all the way  from 5' per cent per annum to nothing at all. The first year of a 5  per cent dividend was in 1SS4, and  this was followed by the same dividend in 1S90-91-92-93. In 1S94 thc  dividend on common stock was -Vn  per cent per annum, and in 1S95 it  was 4 per cent. In 1SSG and 13S9  the dividend was 3 per cent, while  in 1SS6 and 1S97 it was 2Vj per cent.  -Last-year--il-was-raised-to_4-.per_cent  and ft is now predicted that the  earnings will warrant it being raised  again "to   5  per  cent.  The figure reached last week was  the highest on record, nearly nine  points better than the highest last  year. The lowest price the stock has  ever reached was in 1S55, when a di-  aend was passed and the common  stock sagged off to 33. On two ac-  casiocs it has been down to 33.  thus be nipped in the hud.  Crage & Mayne  Notaries Public and  Conveyancers .....  Sole Agents for lhe_________  Smelter  Townsite  ���������Mining;���������  Fire, Life and Accident  Insurance,  REVELSTOKE  IR.OM WORKS..  Blacksmithine:* Jobbine  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithine*  Sheet Iron 'Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty-���������-*  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  The Acme-���������  Soda  Water  Works  Manufacturers df all kinds of  Aerated Waters, Soda and Mineral  Waters in Syphons and Bottles.  Factoiies at Vernon and Revel-  stokes, B. C.  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR\ Hrs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS.   Mineral properties  opened up by the  Diamond Core  Drills���������  To obtain rapidly tho knowledge of the value of reefn or ledges'  nothing is to be compared with the Diamond Core Drill, which will  prove more in 30 days than an outfit of men tunnelling or sinking  shafts could prove in ten years.  The Diamond Core Drill can pierce the mountains and  take th  ecret of what it contains from their very hearts, and the more solid  he rock formation, the quicker it will do its work.  Tjhe Diamond Core Drill is so constructed that it can be taken o  pieces and packed on the backs of horses and carried   and   worked  almost inaccessible'placos where water can be obtained,���������and. it  be in almost any "part of British Columbia.  For full information and particulars apply by letter or in person to  J.    D.    S IBB ALE),  t?EAI.    ESTATE   AND    MINING     BROKERS,     REVELSTOKE  ftevelstoKe Hospital  Maternity Itoom iu connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Office���������  First St., Kist,  Revelstoke. B.C.  T, L, Haig  CRITICISING THE JOINT COMMISSION  In the current numoer oi the North  'American Review there appears an  article," from which an extract ***a������  printed in these columns a few days  ago, dealing with the work up to ditto  of the joint high commission, and  bigned anonymously ,"A Canadian  Liberal." That an article on such tt  subject should he published while the  work of the commission was still in  progress, is not a liule surprising,  out it is very surprising indeed that it  should have been written by a member of the commissron itself, whose  work is being cirticized��������� by no less  a person than John Charlton, M. I.  It is somewhat humiliating to learn  from Mr. Charlton's article that he  thinks that the demand for an export dutv on pulp wood, nickel anel  sawlogs shows "selfishness anel greed  on the part of Canada, and is made  bv a "clique ot spectators." As a  Ejattor of fact, the idea of imposing an  e-sport duty on nickel is the idea of  the parliament of Canada and not of  any "clique" whatsoever, and the  embargo on saw logs is due to an act  of  the* Ontario Legislature,   although  3������r. Charlton characterises the act  as a "breach of faith" with the Michigan lumbermen, whose interests and  the personal Interests of Mr. Charlton  happen to bo precisely similar.  ' If Mr. Charlton were an American  . criticising tho commission from an  American standpoint, there might be  some excuse, or at least extenuating  circumstances. But Mr. Charlton is  tot an American: he is a Canadian  and has been appointed a member of  the commission for the purpose of representing Canadian :is against American interests*. The fact that he takes  the anti-Canadian side of the question is a poor tribute to his fitness  for his position, and the further fact  THE RAILWAY GOMMISSIOH.  One or two of thc more progressive  members from thc West have been agitating in the House of Commons for  a railway commission. There is at  present in existence a Railway com-  mi^ee, but that body nus> uu power  to regulate freight and passenger  rates, or to compel one railway to  allow another to have running rights  over its tracks. Consequently, it is  not of much practical value.  )���������-Any���������commission���������that-may^.be_ap-_  pointed must be , vested with full  powers,  or it will be no better than  |the present committee, it has, been  suggested that the proper course would  be to pass a Railway act which would  include those features of railway regulations which are in force in other  j countries. Then a Railway commission might be properly established to  interpret and enforce the provisions of  the act. In the meantime no commission with limited powers can be  of any service to the country.  Notary Public,"  Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  Townsite  Mining*, Fire and  Lite Insurance . .  Ollice. Opposite C.P.R. Depot.  t. Leon  Hot  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed rooms.  Table furnished with  the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines  Liquors ��������� and Cigars  Rates  $1.'    a day.     Monthly race.  .    J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?mmmm!  FAYETTE BUKER  f  t  CAN-I  In������nr-*������ vour ;>rn[.������irtv against loss  bv tr.rh.  Injure   vcr.r  Lift��������� *'Accident   or  D-ath.1*  OiTcr  voc  a   t'lnnce  f-    iri vest a  fnsafl or  Utctq   nmonnl o_   vqur  -fcsrtriiisr^ wr c������i  rate of ii:i*MV5i.  Loan You Money  >  niTOnlj- L-ft Companies R'-prc-ntci].  ejlTic* ~*Ie-K';_7.i*i Avenue.  fi_^S5SS&@eS5^??S^^^32Se<8S5������iS3  A live year old Philadelphia buy l*.ll  out  nf  :i   third   story  window   and  his |  life  was  saved  by lighting on  a  man  wv.irlng a tiik hat.      The      hat      was '  ruined. 1  His  Exceil'incy Kang Vui Wei.  fugitive from  I'hina.   owing  to  his  havlnjr |  ati.'tnptvij  to  re.-form   that country  un .  Kuropean lin������-s i.s now in Otlawn.      Ii.- j  was   .:!-cort.:il   from   Tlegina      by   Staff  Ke.-rg..-.int HefiVrman, N. W. M. P., anil .  will bo in charge of Colonel Sherwoo.l. '���������  ehU-f   of   thr-   Dominion   police.-,   till   hiH  arri\;il  in  N..-w0Vork. whence he  sail.  for Kngianel on Jun.   3rd. 1  s  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  THEMOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act eif Pari.ivmhnt, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  B  &  SI DIRECTORS:   Wm. Molson Maoi'hkrson, Prcslelent; S.  II. Eivinh. Vice-rrcslilent;  Jp; XV. M. Ramsay, Samukl Finlky, IIknhv Ahciuiia���������i>, ,1. 1������. Clki'Hoiix,  S^ II. Maiiklasd Molson.  g-- F. Wokfkiitos.Thomas, General Mnimircr.  IE     A general banking business transacted.     Interest, nllowed at current  f������ rates' -    a. D. MOLSON. 3_l  jg- *.-���������.       : "-1*- Manaokii, It���������r_-8ro_-,'n. C.    WB  PAID UP CAPITAL.  REST FUND  $2,000,000  $1,500,000  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson 8r Co,,  MA' KRN^IK   AVI*.  U'liole_;*_I.' mul rirt.iil Dc-ilT" in Furniture.  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave.  Both Hotels Oper] for the Winter  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  anrl the Springs.  Good ^Accommodation botli   at   the   Springs   and at  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.       Hates  Sl.i.'5 per day.  W.    M.    BROWN,  Proprietor.  RATES.   $l.oo   PER   DAY  C olumbia  House.  Good accommodation.    A.   good bar  r    *        -  well supplied   with choice wines  liquora and cigars.  Free Bas Meets All Trains  Brown   ���������& Pool,  Proprietors.        '_���������  .  -Hotel Ferguson  Fcrgusonf B.C,  Bust -Accommodation'  l.v TIIK LAHUrCAU.  Kates $2 Pep  Day  "dTISguspn,"" '  Proprietor.  REVELSTOKE-   Sash  and  Doop  Factory.  ftTnnufiioturara ot   nnd Dealers In "���������  3n������b. Doom. Turning!. Plinths, l.'orner  lllorkf. Moulilinys of All kinel*, Kancy  Onlil*-" .iii'l Vrran.Inli work. Brackens,  eif ovcrv e.cfleriittl'.ti in.idn to order.  Stiri- end eifiice i'ittiiiirfl. VindO--  Kr.inii i. with .������.i������h (it'---d ei a'pi-clal'j.  All tin- l.ii.'st machinery. Dry kiln on he  pr. nii-,"e. l^i'll and ifet pricea befor  golitff elie where.  SAWYKR & MAJiNUTCt.  Do Vou  CXJfent ������   Home  in   This] Grocolng   mining and  Roilcuay  Centre  V  ,   The C. & K. steam Navigation Company have so:n.9 of thein  lighttul pioporty in llevelstoke.    It is charmingly, situated,   handy to  to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at once.   Easy  terms if necessary.  HAIG & C^fllG, Sole Agents  F. JWeCJ-RTY  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer in.  PRIME BEEF, PORK.  JADTTOJi MD SJHDSJIGE  Fish   and   Game   in   Season.       Markets   at, Revelstoke  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sals Stable of tbe Lardean and Tront Lake  SaddU    and     Pack    Hoitim  always for hiru.  Freighting  and  Teaming   a  specialty.  Daily Stai?e leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake Uity.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN. ThombWh Lajcmkg.  -���������'  _-___^_______'^:'~^- w_.'-r  ���������������U  l~t>  Shanghai, May 15.���������The Thung Li  yamen has replied to the Russian  minister at 'Pekin that tho government is unable, to accede to the Rus-  Biaa demand for a now railway concession connecting Pekin with Russia's present system in Manchuria  IN  THE   DEADMAN'S  AFFAIR.  I3LAND  future, but the majority of them, I  feel satisfied, are Austrian poles of  whom the least said the better. It  ���������will be a dreadful hardship to the  country if this number comes from  this particular  province.  "The   Galicians,   as   a   -whole,   have  nothing lo do at home.  They're Like Chinese  "They do some farming and raislnj  of sheep and swine, but they know-  nothing of manufacturing or trades.  They rarely become farmers * when,  they arrive In agricultural scotlorm.  anil ?0 per cant of thorn go to mines  wherever located.     They are undeslr-  ������������������ e. .������������������--,--.-,,"���������  ���������������. -pert   Ar-   uble  f������r  the  reason   that  they   never  Not since; the taking or-vort at become eitizenBi but run back home  tbuv by the ', Russians nave tne ti10 mi,iute they have acquired n suffl-  ChlnoBo been;-so agitated a3 over cicnt sum to pull their cam out of  this demand; ��������� - ��������� ''.'.   -        | ^ mud"  Berlin,.-May '15.lt- 'is believed  here.  ^ ^   that Ru'ssla's lateet demand on China  ���������will reopen the entire question of  Ruseian and British rghts^there.  BURGHERS PREPARING FOR vWAR  London, - May 15.���������The Cape Town  correspondent of tho Dally Mali' says,  "At a meeting ot the commandants  of tho wetetern border of the Transvaal on Saturday instructions from  Pretoria -were issued to tho burghers  to prepare to take the field at a  momenta notice. Negotiations are,  etill pending for a proposed meeting  between President Kruger and Sir  Alfred Mllner, the governor of Cape  Colony and British High Commissioner for South Africa. Rt. - Hon.  Jos. Chamberlain, the" Blrtlsh colonial secretary, lt Is said will not assent to a ' conference unless tho  Transvaal   authorities   pledge   them- .--.,,��������� ������������������  selves to initiate bona fldo reforms, from the native population to the oc  jXimesburtf Transvaal, May 15- cupatlon by British forces of the  Tho work of fortifying the hilltops new-territory of Kow Loon, opposite  nnel noints of strategic importance is Hongkong, uas suddenly been' renew-  Sro������n-essing   rapidly.       '      *"' ,cd.   About ������oo men of tho Hqngkong  Parts May 15���������L'Eclair belioves regiment, with machine guns, are  that-France and Germany will re- leaving tonight, while volunteers have  main neutral ln the strugglo between been warned to be in readineB3 for  the   Transvaal   and   Groat   Britain.      any   emergency.   The  British" second  mre-Tirr   rrown  WILL* HANG     class  gunboat Swift and three othor  PEGLEG   BBOWI-mu.il**---     | gunboatg   are   going   at   once   to   sea  Ottawa, May Ib.���������The cabinet uas nnder eeaie(i orders. These war-  decided to let'the law take its course |hlps have 500 men aboard. The  In the case,of Pefeleg; Brown, the niur-.gTeat0St secrccy is observed as to the  derer of Policeman Twohey, at t.on- plans of the i3rjtjsh authorities. No-  don. Brown will. consequently hang thing ig tleflnit6iy known regarding  on "Wednesday next. the actual  destination  of  the  troops.  "A MEAN REVENGE" ^,  RIOT   ACT   READ   LUDGATE  ARRESTED.  The  Buffa'o    Strike     Has    Become  General.  Hongkong,      May    1..���������Opposition  GSCHOONER WRECKED  Sault   Ste. . Marie,      May   15.���������Tho.  QUEEN REACHES LONDON  London,   May   15.���������Queen ,.Victoria  schooner Nelson, deeply laden with a arrjved ;n London yesterday, from  cargo of coal foundered in Lake Su- Windsor, accompanied ' by the Duke  perlor, oft' Grand Marts last ntgnt. ,md Duchega of york and suite, and  So far as can be known no one es- drove to Kensington Palace. Crowds  caped except-the captain. The ere* of enthUsiastic people lined the route  consisted of the following: Utpt. to the pa]ace> where the queen visit-  Andrew Haghney, Toledo; the tap- cd the old apartments which'she oc-  tain's .wifo and two. year oltl child. CUpied a8 a young g[rir which have  Fred Hass, Bailor; residence un- been ren0vated preparatory to the  known;   and  six other sailors  names 01,enjng of the palaco to the public.  By Ponoka  (Written for Tha Herald.)  Yes, I remember it all as well as i������  it were only yesterday. I can see  mother's look of utter dismay as she  finished reading a letter and la|d it  beside her on the' breakfast table as  she sat waiting for my father to  come ln from his hay field. I can  almost smell the new mown hay and  the "sweat scent of the summer roses  as* they peeped in at us through the  open window ot the dining room ot  Drlmlnnmore House, the picturesque  albeit somewhat dilapidated residence  of mv father, Gerald Fitzgerald, J. P..  late   captain   .. In   "er  Majesty's  30th  regiment.    * i can hoar the childrens' voices at  play on" the lawn and the merry ripple  oC the river, as it tumbled over-anil  danced among the moss covered  boulderi), before it became solemn and  still in the great firm fringed tret-  shaded salmon pool  below  the bridge.  1 was but a young girl of IT. and  two years younger than my brothei  Harry, who was the oldest of 10 of us  as noisy, healthy, merry and careless a  family as was to be found anywhere  in Ireland, from -Malln Head to Capi  Clear' (us thc geography book says).  .We were very happy and very imitet  and on no subject were we mort  united than in our cordial and uttei  dislike to our mother's only sister,  our aunt, Miss Julia Bentwcll. a Udj  oc uncertain age and a vile temper,  who had lived all her life in London,  had   inherited   all  the  fortune    ������h������l  s sse ss ,a.''f������i'I33  mother's Irish marriage and famii> ���������������  much  the same manner as she would  dear unfortunate Margarie from laps-  unknown.  GUSZCAK TRIES  TO  ESCAPE-.  Winnipeg,   May    15.���������Guszcak     the  CHARGED WITH    MAIL ROBBERY  Brockville,  May 16.���������Wm.  Black,  al  joung  man.* who, has  been  employed!  Galician   murderer,  -who   ib- sentenced carryins'the mail's between the trains  to hang "on  May 26th,  made  a   dar- and tbepost oflice, and  also in col-  lng nttempt to escape from Jail yesterday   morning.  :-  ?5,000  REWARD  Toronto,   May   15.���������The'  Standard  bank offers a reward 'of $5000 for the  lecting letters from .- boxes around  town, was arrested today on a charge  of robbing the mails. ,  GRAIN INSPECTION BILL  Ottawa,   May  16.���������Sir. Henri,    Joly  apprehension of bank thieves who has giYen notice of a bill to amend  recently operated- at Bowmanvllle. | the inland-��������� revenue act. This Is the  CANADA IS  FIRST | bill promised with regard to grain rin-  London, .. May 15.���������The ' London spection In the West. It will be mod-  Times sayB that' the United States eled on lines laid down by the-West-  government in. the -Anglo-American em delegation, who wero hero renegotiations . must , deal with the cently. - .. ."��������� ,  Ottawa authorities, imperial inter-' , Hon. Mr. Sifton"today brought aown  ests being of secondary consideration, the annual report of tho department  READING   ACCIDENT  New  York, May 15.���������In  the Read  ef the  interior,  LONDON   STRIKE  London,      May        16.~Everything  Ing, Pennsylvania, accident 29 persons are dead and 50 have suffered points to another street railway-strike  serious injuries. The cause of the here. A meeting between the street  accident was found to be due to ne- railway employees committee and the  gleet  ln looking  after  the  necessary local directors,, held at tho vice, prcsi-  Biffnlls,  . BUFFALO STRIKE  OVER  Buffalo,      May   15.���������The      Buffalo  dent's  residence,   came   to   nothing.  BUFFALO STRIKE GENERAL  Buffalo',   May  16.���������The  strike;, situ-  A GALICIAN INVASION  FIFTY THOUSAND    PREPARING  TO*LEAVE HOME  Are  they any Good to   Canada?-Not  Wanted in the State*  grain shovellers' strike ended on Sat- ation among the men employod at the  urday night, the strikers getting docks last night was moro serious  practically   all   they   demanded. (than at any  time since  the opening  SENATOR   DEAD ' .of   navigation.       When   the -striking  n,i������.anii      Mnn     Mnv   i'i ���������Senator ffrain shovellers reported at the. docks  Boused ^mo^Tng^o^ *JU.morning  for      work  tinder  the  ������ %?FiSL "from^khfrn^rfhe ^S aM which it ^as thought  . *. by.��������� o?���������w������  ���������Tni     for had settled the      trouble, -- the men  rirtt  daw    The funeral  will  llke?y *>���������1  a  ���������^<* *-* men already at  - ?Le*  w^;..Ji.������  tuner-al   ���������'   ' --'* -work^-therc.^. These   men .the  con-  bo oa wettnosaaj. tractors refused to discharge and the  grain shovellers refused to work witn  them  and   the troublo Is .renewed.  Last* night not only the grain shov  oilers were out but also the freight  handlers.'coal heavers, men who load  ore boats, tlmekeepors and machinists employed in elevators and freight  houses, and in fact every man and  boy employed ln any capacity on the  docks has quit work and "tha commerce of tho port is now tied up aa  tight as If the wall of China had been  built around it.  ANOTHER' CABLE,CONFERENCE  London, May 1(1.���������Rt. Hon. Joseph  Chamberlain, colonial secretary, had  a conference yesterday on the.subject  of the proposed Pacific , cable .with  Lord Strathcona and other colonial  agents general, who presented some  modifications of thc original proposals. Mr. Chamberlain promised that  they would receive his best consider-  New York, May 10.���������A special despatch from Halifax this evening says:  The Hamburg American steamship  Brasilia, which arrived this morning  from Hamburg, from which port she  sailed on April 29, had on board 1.400.  Galician immigrants who are bound  for Canadian points. The health  officers in* inspecting the steamship  at Quarantine found 14 cases of meas-  cls  on   board.  Not Enthusiastic Over It  A special cable from Hamburg says:  The steerage quarters of the German  American" liners are crowded with ' ation,  Oalicians who are emigrating to the  United States and Canada in consequence  of  oppression  and  famine  at  RIOT ACT READ  Vancouver, May  16.���������The  Riot act  home. Fully 30,000 are on their way j,as been read ��������� here this morning in  or preparing to leave. The Patricia, ��������� connexion with the Deadman's Island  thc last steamship leaving for New ���������"������- TirLYtorJw-UbiS? on neute  "York took 2,500. and the Graf Wal- . affair. Matters reached an acute  dersee, the next vessel sailing, '.will stage at 10 o'clock. Ludgate once more  carry 2,500 more. The bookings for started work on' the island with 50  future sailings are filled, and the men'. Some provincial and city" police  nrivth ^h1!?n Uoya "ner3 arc simil" I went out but there were only five of  Commissioner of Immigration Fit- !������*���������������* '*&������* *&������ ^^ff1^ ���������������m  chle at the Barge office, when" shown ! sate let it be known that ho would  a copy of the cablegram, Bhook his forcibly resist arrest, and therefore  head dubiously: "There must be . thc Riot act was read. Ludgato had  "fj8 ���������Lstakc about the figures,"  hotto bo- knocked down  and handcuffed  said, "they cannot all be Galicians.  for the Austro-Hungarlan government  would not permit'that Immense number to emigrate at one time."  1 An Undesirable Lot  Chief Clerk Lederhilger, of tho Immigration bureau, who is an expert on  the Questlon'of Immigration, said: I  have my: "doubts, however, about the  accuracy of this despatch. The emigration, from Gallcla of 50,000 of Its  before he gave in.     He was allowed  on ball in the afternoon,  Trouble with the landslides oa the  line, between Fernie and Coal Creek  mines is at an ond "and steady work  has boeit resumed.  Canadian Pacific traffic Teturns for  .  _.    ��������� ..��������� the week ending     May    7th     wore  people would be a. serious beginning of ' $538,000  as  against   $507,000  for the  would never permit that number to ... ,.'������������������i.j 1V��������� B���������. t * t.-*-  leave at one time. I btilev.. how- It: ������������������ settled that Hon. J. I. Tarte  ������ver, that the. statement that 6,ooo are will leavs for Europe for a prolonged  on tho sea, or nbout to embark on ' re������t, and to consult some of the beat  steamers? ror this country. No matter specialists on the other Bide of the  what  the  number  Is,  lt  Is  to ibe  re- , Atlantic  grettcd that they are coming, ror they j "? ��������� . . . , , T .. ��������� ,  are a most undesirable class of lm- ��������� The Royal hotel at Indian. Head  migrants.. c,      ������������������'���������"������������������..",.���������'������������������  Are They Austrian/Poles?  "There may  be   00,000     immigrants  pemlna. from Galiciu in the .Immediate J damaged.  had an acetylene gas explosion last  week owing to carelees handling.  Windows were     brokea sud f_*������lle  ^Th ^Sh^other laid down that  highly scented and gorgeously crestec  letter on the table, dispelled our hopes  ind ive awaited in silence the, offlcia  announcement of Aunt Julia's ������������t  ti slinn came. As my fathet sat uowi  ������ u,e tabled mother cleared her throa  nervously and pushing the lettei  towards him  she said: ���������     "  "Gerald, my elear, I have just naa j.  letter from Julia saying that, she wil.  be hero next  week."  My father's Jaw dropped, and hf  caused In the act oC breaking an egg  w stare  a?  my  mother  in  consterna-  U"Bad luck  to her,"  he     ejaculated'  bringing down his spoon with a savage  crash;on  the  inoffending egg shell.  "Gerald,  dear,  the chiiuren���������  "Hang  the  children,   why  the deucr  "an'l she  lot  me  alone. Ill  go  tr  America for a .month 'pon my sou 13  will. - I won't stop here to be-Jawec  a���������d scratched anil  patronised  by. thajt  ������!d For thc rest of the breakfast inj  irate Darent held forth in a style mon  forcible than polite, and then see-ng  tears in mother's eyes, he capitulated  anil promised to, be civil, and having  enjoined all of us to be polite and well  behaved to our aunt, or else to incui  the most terrible penalties from his  wrath, (which throats we valued about  as much as thc air) he departed.  The appointed day for Aunt Julia e  arrival came and I was sent, in tht  rickettv phaeton, called by courtesj  "thc carriage" to meet her at the.  station at Ballycamboon, which was  also our post office, and the name ol  which, was a perpetual source of annoyance to my aunt. "Positively 1  am quito ashamed of people seeing  such an address on my letters," she  would say.:  .  Well, sho arrived safe enough with  Fido, her' detestable, overfed, vicious  pug, and as she stepped from the  railway carriage to the platform, and  after greeting me with a kiss about  as cordial as an iceberg, she turned  awav to. fuss about her innumerable  boxes. I. was so taken up admiring  -her-wonderfully-gorgeous-and-juvenllt.  costume that I was totally oblivious  of the fact that another person had  also emerged from the same carriage,  and it was not until I was startled by  a smart tap on the shoulder that I  turned round and saw Tom Desmond  standing behind  me.  "Hello: Norah, are you going to cut  old friends?"  "Goodness Tom what a start you  gave nie. I thought you were in  Canada." , ,,,  ,  "So I was and I so I hope will be  again, but the old fellow wired for  me to come back on business."  : (The old fellow referred to was  Tom's uncle, an eccentric old gentleman, who was a near neighbor. of  ours). ���������  "Well vou have grown, he declared.  ','1 declare you'll soon be grown up."  Now if there Is anything more calculated than another to ruffle the dignity of a young lady of 17 or IS lt is to  .treated in such a fashion by a young  man who was really only some eight  years older, so I said: "Indeed do  you really think so" and turned away  to assist "Aunt Julia. -��������� ~  I don't mind acknowledging to my  readers that I had a very great  liking for Tom and he and I had been  great chuma before he had gone to  Canada two years before and therefore I was doubly offended.  "Who's that lady?" he asked.  "My aunt Miss Bentwcll," 1 replied  with somei dignity.  "Oh! Oh! is that the aunt with all  the monev? She's not bad looking  nor too old either." I looked at him  in utter disgust. Travel abroad had not  improved him. He was growing more  cenary, what did he care for thc gold  of my hair when compared with the  gold of Aunt Julia's sovereigns, what  was my youth and pretty face compared to a good solid account in the  bank. I pictured it all ln a moment  and felt ready to cry with rage and  mortification whicli was considerably  Increased as Aunt Julia came up  smiling and asked, me to Introduce  Tom to her. "although." slie said  smilingly, "wc struck up quite an ac-  iiuaintance in thc train." How I  could have shaken lier, and how I  scorneil Tom as he Immediately commenced to help her to gather together  all her belonging- and even carried  that beast of a Fido out to the carriage, (how *1ad I should have been If  Fid A hart bitten hlm> then finding  that thfre wn.������ nobody to meet Tom.  wo were compelled to offer him a spat,  and he sat boslde Aunt Julia, and  made himself charming anel agreeable.  T  wah  eletermined  ceased even to speak to me except In  the most necessary. Occasions. -Harry  Hew at me for my treatment of his  friend and Wanted to know -'what on  earth had come to me," but I answered  him sharply and though I cned at  night when I was in bed and no one  to see mo, yot I was as gay as a lark  ln. public. I sold to mysolf: "I  know Tom is making love to. Aunt  Julia for her money and I'm a fool  to care."  My* aunt was particularly gracious  to Tom and to this day l firmly  believe that If he had asked her she  would have taken him. She was amiability'itself and though I sutferctl,  yet tne .rest of the household were:  delighted  with  the  change.  Meanwhile tho country at large; was  in a suite of turmoil, uproar and confusion. Moonlighting was particularly  bad in our neighborhood. Bands of  men armed und ' disguised roamud  about after nightfall, and under the  name of patriotism committed acts of  savage" violence and robbery worthy  only of Italian brigands. ��������� Murders  were committed, houses robbed, cattlo  maimed. The. country was full of  police falling over each other and tearing round the country on outside cars.  The taxes were doubled, but all to no  avail, it seemed like a prairc tire���������it  would have toCburn itself out.  Now under ordinary circumstances  Aunt Julia would not,.have stayed 20  hours at Driminamore, but though she  made a fearlul fuss she still stayed  on.  One day Harry arid Tom started for  -i long bicycle ride, intending to dine  ind sleep at thc house of friends who  .ived about 20 miles off.  ��������� That night, or rather I should say  in darkness of the very early morning,  somewhere between 1 and 2 o'clock  when the whole household was wrapped in deep repose, I was aroused by  the sound of .a handful of gravel  lashed lightly against my window. I  ������������������vas at first startled, but on Its being  repeated I cautiously lifted thei_sash  -ind asked: "Who's there?" My  Jrother's voice reassured me and lie  jaid to hurry down and unlock the  Kitchen ��������� door and let him in. I did  jo and the-first person to enter was  Tom Desmond.  "For goodness sake get us something to eat Norah. We're starving  lhe O'Mahonys xxem away tmd we've  ���������iad nothing to eat since breakfast  ind Tom must stay here tonight foists as much as his life is worth to  .-enturc near Kilcrea after dark. Old  Oesmond blazes at everyone alike  jnce the night falls," said Harry as  ne followed.  ������ set food on the table and certainly  ���������hey did justice to it.  kset food on thc table and certainly  im you'll want to go to bed, but I  must go out first and look ' at the  ���������table to see if the black colt is all  -'lght. He was pretty sick this morn-  ng. . Norah show Tom where -. my  room is."  I lit a candle and followed by Tom  iscended the stairs and to this day for  .he,.life of* me I can't imagine what  :vil influence put such a mischievous  dea, into my head, or what tempteel  ne to'carry it out.  "The last room in the passage to. the  lght. Good night" I said curtly, then  C- turned, went down stairs and stopp-  ;d tu listen arid -had not long to  wait.        " ' ' .      %J..  Thero' was a terrible crash and���������a  leavy fall (you -descended three steps  .nto the room, then a piercing shriek,  ind then oh horror! the sharp report  if two revolver shots, then more  shrieks mixed with deep groans. 'I  'urned sick with, fright. "What had  [ done." 3 flew upstairs anel collided  igainsl. my father who was rushing  s>ut of liis room gun In handrfollowed  by mother, who Was- armed with' thc  Jaby and thc feeding bottle.  "Norah!" exclaimed my father in  istonishment, "what the devil's 'the  matter?" '   ,**.  . Shrieks and groans still continued to  issue from my aunt's room and my  father was in such a hurry, that, he  too forgot the steps and falling headlong 'down them his gun went off, the  charge most fortunately lodging ' in  the face of my great grandmothers  Picture. This made confusion worse  oonfounded, and to adel to matters  Ponso, the big red setter, who had  followed mc, not wishing to remain  an idle spectator, plunged after my  father and stuck his teeth firmly Into  the calf of his leg. thc baby was yelling like a locomotive' * hissing "off  3teain", every onc else .in the house was  shouting to know what was wrong,  and for some seconds' ��������� there was a  niost indescribable uproar. Then my  mother snatching ' the. candle out.,of  my trembling hand entered the room.  Prone .across the foot of Aunt Julia's  bed. where he had' fallen, lay Tom.  Desmond, whilst my aunt with her  wig off, her teeth out. sat bolt*-up-  t~ighl._o_ii_el_luincl firmly^elcnehing^Tom..  by .tlie head, while tho other hand  .still held a small revolver,* and across  che white quilt,ran a dark crimson  streak; that made my heart stop  mil, with horror when I saw it a*iIU  the fearful fact became evident that  -ny aunt had shot Tom.  With great presence of mind my  mother snatched thc. revolver from the  .rand of her sister and that unfortu-  tate laely immediately fell back on her  Pillow in a faint. Every one's at-  '.ion was now turned to Tom, who was  by this time unconscious from thc  mock and lei.ss of blood. One bullet  had grazed his temple Inflicting an  ugly wound, and the other hud lodged  l",h's , shoulder. Hurry was dis-  ^Clina ��������� for :l ������u'*seon, who was  speedily in attendance and pronounced  Tom's condition to be serious. The  police got an inkling of tho affair and.  Cr?.ue out. t0 investigate lt. Aunt  Julia conducted herself like a.lunatic,  ^L1?1?. fatht'* xvaa not much better,  especially  as   he   was   convinced   that  ellfheulty  Henry      saved  poor      Ponso  h������1wi"VVedial.'lI execution, and such a  household  or distracted and bewilder-  h���������Volnfis, VaVaro,y scen before, and  how eliel I, the author of all tils  mischief feel? All I can say Is that  words cannot describe my remorse  and misery. At last Tom recovered  consciousness and his first request  "Las to,sle me.     How strange     and  roon1S^.hhl-l0?ked1 in  tIlc     darkened  oom with his bandaged head.    "Norah  is that you? ��������� and he put out his luln  and took mine, and drawing my faco*  downward he whispered:  ���������'Remember chiia It was my own  mistake about the room, mine remember, no one else's." Oh, the nun.  shment of these words.     Taking  the  iJtS-?1!1* and worst of a������ showing hfc  knew it was me who was tho cause of  '?h.W i"1?^1 ^hed it had been me  StttInhga?oob1SSfffh0t" bUt my Et0r>' '���������  ���������^fter, w������eks of     suffering Tom  re-  S?������rC������dia,.Vd h0.Y' C'0,J,*J x show mv remorse better than bv consenting <fn  become his wife and ������turnB &  Ce__.nada with him. He still hiorm ft,-  "L������* .<*f the bullet on hi" foreiieid  *n?��������� th?uJ?h Aunt Julia presented m_  a _'������ % ?���������.quc for a thousand pounds  as a wedding present, _������he has-never  come back to Ireland. "It Is an awful  country. I always heard people  should sleep with loaded revolvers in  their bedrooms, but I tried It anel mv  dear It's a dangerous practice."  Revelstoke   %  REAL  ESTATE  IS STIFFENING  The Lardeau railway is assured.  Steamboat communication -with  the Big1 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  S700 will buy two fine business lots 7 and 8, block 10, on first street, 50  by 100 feet.   Opposite B. P. Pettipiece's residence.     Easy terms.  $250 cash will buy two nice lots, 50 by 100, nearly opposite Sampson's  house.   L-its 3 and 4, Block 11.  $350 will buy a lot 25x100, next the Front St Post Office.  $1000 will buy a block. 75x100 on Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will buy a lot 25x100 in the centre of the busiuess part of Mackenzie Avenue.  $700 will buy two lots, 0 and 7, block C, 50x100 opposite C. B. Hume et  ��������� Co.'s ware, house on Campbell Avenue.  $1000 will buy a house and lot O.block 40, on Third Street. Five rooms  bath room and pantry. $400 down and balance on time to suit  purchaser. ��������� The lot is 50x100. '  $3,500 will buv a block fronting-on First - St. opposito the Imperial  Bank. Size 100x150x75. Corner ConnauRht Avenue and First  St. . The C. P. R. siding runs along one side. A splendid business location.  $2000 will buy ti business block 50x100 fronting on First St., between  the two banks.   A fine site for a business house.  jP������#*^.$������^$ji$**  IMPERIAL B/\NK,   OF CANADA  Hoad Office, Toronto  Paid Ip Capital     ���������    $2,0*0,138  Reserve     ....   1,200,099  Dirao ten:  H. S. Howland   President  T.R.Memtt, Vice Pres., (St.CatJaarin-g)  William Rarosav, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Sta>uar  Elian Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie. General Hanager.  Branoboa  North Wee-; and British Columbia  Krandon  (lalgary  E imoiilnn  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South Edmonton,  ONTARIO,  Niagara Falls  Vancouver  Winnipec  Re-elfltokt  N-lion, B.  Exsex  Fer>;iiB  Gait  llie. rseill  Li6lot-ie*l  St. Ihomaa  Toronto  Welland  Wood stoek  Hamilton  Port Colborpe  Rat Portage  Sault St. Marie  St, Catharines  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of  $1   and    upwards-* received    and  int-Tf st allowed.  Deh-ntures ��������� Provincial,  Municipal  and otlicr debentures purchased.  Drafts r.nd Letters of Credit���������Avail-'  able. at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom,    United.  States,    Europe,  India,  China,  Japan,' Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  Thla Bank Issues Special Receipt*  which will be accounted fop at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts ln tha  Vukon ank northern districts.  A- R. B. HEARN.  Manager Ro velstoke Bracuh  J-fa  ^ - Grogan & Oo. are hand-  ������$& ling some of the finest  Jk mining propositions in the ������������  4������>  r^- WALL >S  Papers  Hilij, In;rr������uns.   Mien.?.   Km-  lios^eil Gilts, nnd borders of  all .lv5vr_ptloiL_i.  The elie������*i>e3i and li������... ttock of  WAI.LJ/APEKS In'theclt-r.   .  I,lb������ral   discount   ^Itcii   on   ���������  fill cn_>h order*.  I   il������il   niil-c    hi     W A LI,  ���������   V A T E tl ������   ������ad iblU-lt (in  inspection of mj.Mack.  W.6. Bipney  .MCK.E.NZIE..HVE.  Canadian  Pacific  Railvyav.  and Soo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST   AND   'WEST  FIRST CLASS AND   ."  TOURIST SLEEPERS   from   PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  Quick Time,       Good Service,  Fewe=t Changes, .  Lowest Rates  i���������Tickets"-issued���������througlr^a'ncr-^  Baggage  checked to destination.  lndev>il.   and      T  wah  eletermined      to  sliame him thnt T did not In the least '  deirree care whether he spoke to me or ���������    It   fa  stated  that   fh������  not.  nnd   Indeed      to  make      a   '������"������������������  -    -        ���������������ea  tnac _me  . ��������� ��������� u_^u u.i  iW     Duk'o and  story short. I w������3 so cool to him Ar | ?"c,h<������?m?! J01* *������������     VW* <**&���������  daye aTtcr~~-ar4e  to  make  so cool tt     that tA last  ^ Big Bend, Lardeau and rfc  *r& PishCreek camps of North Sfi  J& Kootenay. Full" particu- g&  -2> lars obtained and furnish- J^  "2* e(* about mining claims in *&  j$& the District. f$f  Carnes  Creek  Consolidated  and  Great  Western Mines,  Limited, at 25 cents.  FIRE INSURANCE���������Wo are agents for R. P. Rithet & Co's. companies.  MONEY TO LOAN  Canvassing agents for the Equitable Savings, Loan and  Building Association. No membership feos. No necessity  to take shares. No fines. The association offers a  straight loan repaid in monthly instalments. Can be paid  off altogether after two years.  I GROGAN & CO.  *&       Address :   Revelstoke.  1$p      Office :   Herald Office.  gx^       Code:   Moreing    Neill.  DAILY TRAINS.  East.    * West.  S 25k. .lye���������Itevelstoke���������Ive. 16.50k  TO AND FROM   KOOTENAY POINTS.  8.15k.. Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr. .16.05k  For    information,   time    cards,  maps and-tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW.  Agent, Revelstoke.  W.   F.    Anderson,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Cotle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  J. H. Hull  & Gomparjy  Butchers   and  AU orders In  onr line pm  Oiled :   Betail Coalers in Beef, Pork etc  KAMLOOPS and RE VE LSTOKg  We Hav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ������������������������ Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CAS  Call and see u?. We can Sr you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  KeveL-tofce Stcttfton B 0.  *.>-  r* H v.  :t=T= #��������������� '*������������  .:' I tidies*  Bul ton -ind  1*3 pail  Lace Bunts.  7i) pair* nl* Ladies' Slippers ,-md  t')\:nr.l lit--.,  ���������S. pairs of Iv.  10o  p'lin of  Child'-*  Misses'   Hoots,  Slippor.-.  Which we will offer, commencing on'  May  Gi'h,   nt   first   cost, so thai on  and alter Saturday you will be able  to buy these  goods (while they last)  ai less Hum what they cost us.   Tliey  arc in   black aud tans and made by  the very best makers.     Jt  icill pay\  you to gel fitted now  bejorc the best j  are picked out at  The Cash Bazaar  l!OV.  V.*. MET.DKUM.  SON" BLOCK.  HOTEL FOR SALE  The Mining Exchange hotel lor  Hiile. j Thu hotel Is well furnlsh-  eel th'roughoui anil is doing a  good steady business. Apply lor  lurtlior particulars to  CHAS.'M.-FIELD,  .Itevelstoke, B.C.  .rom us  eggs;  ERGS from pure bred prlsso winning Block ol  While    Plymouth  Keeks. -Ill tor a setting of  l������ ������BBS.  John Yateh.  I.eiivc orders m Bourne Urns. Im  Tou will save money  Notice.  ANAGER.  jii-KKXXi*: avj:.  M  CLOTHING SALE  _^J:y������c^L7/-JWKC^&  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  LIMITED.  CI'.-'.F. P.. MCDONALD, Manager.  ���������MCKENZIS   AVE..   SEVEL3T0XE   STATION.  COMING EVENTS  M.IV   'W.-noineo~id. Juliet !'>���������"������;,  LVcen...   Opera   Co.   nt     'lapping*  Opera House.    -  Mav 24.-Ciiledoni.in sports tinder tin  auspices of the St. Andrew s Stie-iot? ���������  locaTahTkheral hews  mill   start ed  FOR 20 DAYS our very complete sto'elc ol -Men's, Hoys' nnel Children's Ready  to Wear Clothing, -liinr.fnctiu'cd Iiy Tiie XV.lv. Stnuorcl'Mfg Co., will be offered to  you at   EXCEPTIONALLY  L?OW PRICES  JAMES  Taylor Block.  m  saw  freuii     tin  town  on  Opera  Robinson's   new  sawing thi? week.  Militiamen   arc   exempt  provincial peill tax.  T. J. L_ndru.ii  arrived  in  Tliui'stliiy morning.  RoiD'-n   anel   Juliet   at   llie  House Monday night.  The nine' hours day has been  adopted in tlie C.P.R. workshops here.  >~ext "Wednesday being the 24th  the  Hkrald will he published on Tuesday.  R<-v.   W. K   Brown,   rector of   St.  Paul's church.   R.-ginn,   died  on  Sunday lii.t ni' pneumonia.  Hon. J. F. Hume. Minister of Mines,  c-iiinu tip from 2-k'lsem on Thursday  and went nn' we-st tn Victoria.  V%*. 15. "Nicholson. Mrs. Kichedsnn  and faniily.returned^W'oui-.es.dny night  from a visit, to Eastern Catiiielii.  A union meet in:: nf the W.C.T. U.  will iip helel on Tue-sday afternoon next  at '2\.fi in the IJ:L-hyti'Y:.iin church.  Tin- eleaih i'f James Oh'shnhn. n  ti:������".ir-t-r nf ICaslii. took place at. the-  Halcyon Hot Springs on Mimd.iy.  The   uniforms   for   the   Revet-teikc  Company   nf   tin-     Keieitei-.ay     Rifles  at-rived on Wednesday to the care  Lie-iit. Uppei  Board'of Trade  The hoard eif trade met on Thursday  niglit,   in   llie    linarel    room.      II. A.  Brown, president,  in  the  eliair.    Tlio  minutes of the last meeting were read  and adopted.     Ciiiiiiiitiiiiiations  were  read frnni lhe Kootenay Mining Stan-  ilurd asking   tlio   ht.iirit  tn  reeniisiiler  tlii'ir'ilut'Uiiui  ro linaneial  niel   to  the.  proposed advertising eif  the resources  ni* this   district    in   the   mid-s-niuiner  number nf the Kootenay Mining Standard.    Tins secretary  was instructed  tn  reply   regret! ing" that   the   hoard  i-inld not .-insist the sfhi'.ini: liiuint-i-illy  liut wiiuld lie glad, lei do  all   in   theii  ���������r to furnish  inforiuaiiun   reaard-  ���������     - i    ...  Itis  quite  obvious that   this eight |  homs enactment is geiing  to  prove  ei  very   serious   matter   feu-   Kootenay.  The   Heuai.d   publishes   in    another  column a copv eif the  noto  posted   hy  all   tlio   principal   silver-lead   inining  companies in tho Slocan.  including  it  may be i-.olicetl   the   Sunshine,   Ltd  who aro lhe owners of the  Silver Cup  ,���������..,.. .    . -nullum   ri'g.uu- I in   thn   La>-deuu.    The   Nelson   mine  ing llie mineral  anti   oilier rc.-euti-cos   owners have posted  a  similar  notice  eif tho district.    Finn) .1. Oenelle stat- ' . w���������i-���������i,  ing that, ho could nut meet the hoard  .tii   Thursday   cvning,   hut   that,   he  powi  These notices are very moderately  worded. .They elo neit even say that if  miner* cannot be got to wnt-k fnr  ?.;:-> fen-an eight hour shift, mines will  hi: closed, but no other interpretation  can he placed on the document, as a  whole.. .The Hkiiald believes that the'  mine owners  are   mistaken  and   that  would lie in tlie city on Monday and  would bn pleased to confer with the  board in regard tn potting on a hual  on the Columbia river.  The committee on freight rates  brought, in their report, which taken  altogether was  very   satisfactory   for  Revelstoke.    The  einlv   apparent   ad-I"'   van'.age that Nelson" has in freight I they would lind that, tlieir output  .rail's over RoveKtoke is in iron, nails '  arid caimi'il gemils. Tlie. oiily matter  that the hoard has to deal'with'in .this  connection now is to push ror territory  in which tei compete with Nelson for  outside Iraile to her merchants.  The.'epiestieui ot the printing of tho  map and pamphlet was brought up  again, .mil the president was askeel  to  iiuiuirp of the  i-li.iii-inan   oT tl'.e   ceiiu-l11   _.���������-   mil tee if  anv   pi-ogre.-s  ha*   yet been   would   speouilv   begin   to  show     Tlie ���������  oiad.-in lygarelte. ihe undertaking. ,~tuai.ion i. one of  crear.  gravit v, and I  .Mr. llaig took thu IliSK.M.ii  to. i.i'-k I   ,.,        ,      ,       .. ,",.    "-���������'���������'���������l.  for what he tertni-d a hiiiscd report  of j although   the   Iikkald  believes  I hat. j Currants  *   '     '     '   '!"���������>���������  of j the feeling of  the  district,   outside  nfi Raisins..  '     '      favor of  tlu;! Prunes..  varied very lit tie: under the: new sy^  tern. At. the same time if the mine  owners elo not hold this opinion and  persist, in closing down lather than  pay ������3.50 for an eight-hours shift, it i>  going to lie a very serious wat'ei. not  , only for Kootenay hut aNo for the  I whole' tiroviiifp, as the falling ri'veinu*  1 We buy in car lots  2 We pay spot cash  3 We understand the retail Grocery business  thoroughly  4 Our ten years' experience in Revelstoke  '     has taught us the class of Groceries you  like best  5 We have all the facilities for doing a retail  business.     Wholesalers have not.  7   Our  goods  are fresh  and  we  guarantee  every article  We  feel  confident that the people of Revelstoke  will give their support to local merchants, who  have all their interests in the city, rather than*  to wholesalers who have practically no interests  here, prices and terms being equal.  We have secured the use of the Government Cold    _  Storage  and  always  carry a  select stock: ot ���������  Butter and Bggs, at market prices.  The Annual General meeting of the Revel-  moke Wnii'r, Unlit ,t l'nwur Coinpuny, Limited,  will lie helel In tin: Coiupiuiy'ii ollice, Oowau  llloek, Revelstoke. U.C., on Monday, June 5th;  lSB'J. nt 2 p. in. -     lt  , Notice  TAKE NOTICE that a default summons lifts  been Issneel out ol the t:ountv Court of Koote*  nnv liolilen nt Rovelstoke to'reebver the" sum  of $25 In .en action wherein Thomas Kilpatrick  Is plaintiff and Ueorgo Foreman is defendant.  Dated at Kevelstoko, ll. C, mis 15th elay ol  Mnv, A D.. ISO'.).  WHITE A SCOTT,  RcvclstoKO, B.C.,  Sit ~2t . Plaintiff's Solicitors.  Notice  ..Take Notices that John It. Robinson, of the  City .of Itevelstoke,'..Intends to apply to the  Board of Licensing Commissioners of the City  of  Kevclbtuke,  at the  next  bittlnc   ol   the  l.ii'Ciialng Court for u license to Bell liquor by  retail tin   the   premises  owned  by   him and.  situate on Lots Iii' and l(i, Bloe^k 23, em  the corner of.Ortcni Avenue mid Seeonil Street In?the  saiel Oitv of Itevelstoke.  Pateil this lirst day.of May, A. D..1S99.    .  Public Notice' -  Mrs. Miirlha Stamper, of Rovelstoko/D.C,  beinj; solo owner eif Lot 17, llloek 20. C.P.R.  ToivusiUi.aiul the property, theroon.etoes hereby  warn nnel notify .all pevsons froni.rentlnK or  pui'oliasiiur. theVsniil lot and? tiroiicrty from  nnvone cxeept myself, rs I have; not Instructed  any person to net for "ine. ' I. also uotily'tli*  publleithat no pei'son has any right or'lawful  ulnim;''judgment or. .nnirtgnito agaliist ?8ftld  propertv ami lot above described.  MAIlTUA STAMPER,  'Second Street and Orton Avenue,  Revelstoke Station.  Notice.  On~Mondiiy, May 15(h, hetiveen the hours of  10 a.iu. anel -1 p.m., a ..omiiiiltce of The Revol-  stoko Wntcr, Light'& Power Co., Limited,' will  eommencc a tour o������ inspection of the water  anel light systems.  Use of thc garden hose for irrigation purposes is strictly prohibited, under penalty of a  heavy ��������� line,',cxeept with .the sanction.of tho   '  Company on payment of rates for use of hose  as per schedule. ** .  lloso pcvinils e-an be secured at the Company's otllee without which the use of the hose  is illegal. . . ....  Executor's Notice to Ct editors.  NOTICE WHEREBY GIVEN that all persons  having claims against the estate of Allan S.  Mc!Ccn-le,-lato of?Anaconda, in?the:State of  Montann, U. S. A., deceased, are rcqulretl 'to  send to Geo. S. McCarter. of Revelstoke, B. C,  Solicitor for; Mary-'.McKenzie, tho...executrix  named in thc last will and testanient of sale!  elecoaseel. full particulars' of such e.lnlnis on'or  before'the 1-Mb elay .of '���������:,1 line,  IS!)!),,and alt.x ���������  the     sniel     luth     dav     of    June,    the  6ald  oxecntiix wiU pme-eeil to distribute the Haiti  . estate iiinonest the persons entitled thereto,  I having Teeiu'd onlv lo those claims to which  the exeeiutrix shall then have notii'e, and that  the salel executrix wlll'not. bo liable for tho  proce-e'els of snid estate or any part thereof st>  distributed to any person of whose claim the  sniel.executrix had not.?;notice at, the: time of  the distribution thcreeif.  Dated this 15th Mnv 18MI.'  OKO. S. JIcGARTER,  Solicitor for the snid Kxccutrlx.  Apples  Apples  cviiporate'.l. new pi-t U)..l5  whole pi-rib.  ?Dried Fruits  ��������� of  '.Vil.il,   lit;  in ...v. _  llu- prcjceed'.figs of the last iiieeiing  the lio.-f.-d.    He toeikparttcular; ojije;  Unntnlhe .���������e.i.at-U lint I.W*  v;.s --.ippnileel by the edit of of t.u.  Mail.*' and thought lhat the report, i ���������>-  i--i the mine   owners,  is in  ,=,-1 -on  the___.io_._d___.____:  WIll'.C.  . i,o. oriii ('lm.'. J. Ah'';"''       V'      '   ' ,.b, thnt as   connneiit  lh'-.  and   .nliet   ot,    Mon,h.>     ���������������    -.'^'^ ^^..u.. hut thai |  ,-.u.   e-r.iimients  should   md    ' '~   s-;  ������   ,     t has. 1- t.  wichi'd in with the report uf the meet-   Fei me.  ngl,  t should  ho made   ������^   W'uie  istM,,.    After it was explained that the i  new system, that will not,  picve-nt the{ p-^'j.  mine owner1- finm clc.sing down, tliPiv'  being nn practical w-iy in which public;  T^TuifurctiTlTrireT-irt-'n-OT  silver.  0  i)  1!)  S  l-_".  Canned Fruits  Canned Fruits, California.2i lbs,  I'ai-'n   Canned sti-awln-rties. Canadian  ���������_ U.S., each   ."   Cniiufd rasphorrios. C.inadiati,  '_ lbs., each   Canned Vegetables  ., Baking  Pov^der?  Tomatoes, 3 lh. tins, per tin.  Corn. 2 lb, litis, per tin   Peas, per tin   Reaus. per tin   Marmalade  1 Marmalade, Keillor's 7 11).-:  Pickles  Pickles. 1 saltan pails.......  Crosse & Hhii'kwi'lPs pints.  _.ittersi)ii's_<iiiart, sealers...  " pint sealers   Sweet Pickles   I ()!)���������  SIOK    will* buyLot'8.bile 11, fnpposite J. A.- -'.���������*  1 L0.:'Stone's 'residence), ?fillxl20,?.fencee_:,.;  wouHLmflke a splendid.garden, .corner lot, 170  'feet.froiitiigeYlhO best.'.buy': in the'- edty.  :l"or  porticnlni's apply atpnee to U,.?I,..T,eUlpiccc.?y???'  ' :'���������'��������� A' ���������geiieral .servant..: ? Wages' $15 permb'ii'th.?'  J,l ust bo'ejnpable of washiiig. and? a,good eook..=  1 Applyiby letter ti) box 2()S, ltovclstoke, B.C.;.������������������.������������������������������������;.  UfU!U.U^U??T^^UfUUUUUU''  'VRoiirding ilouse anel' Lot?? Seeoiiel- Street, _  Curitrc. This house in 20xll, to be sold with or  without, household "effect's;-'��������� Apply: Mils. vLofs-:  VOLI), Prop.  ?���������   *-.:;:.?���������--..??���������:? ...-'.'    :V>  IN PROBATE  Rice  IJ  I>ru-_' .ve Roe)  for Romeo  night in tiie oper.i lit.u  The Colonial Goldfii-lds Ca-.-.etl.e.  luthli-he-d iii London, has \ nice cut ol  tin- Halcvon Hot Sptii-.gs Hotel on tliv.*  front pace of the cur: cut issue.  Tiie piocrvamu'c-s of  thn  Ciletioni.ui  sneiits'nn the Queen's  Birihday, next J .ind the presiden  '.Vi-eln'-sd.iv  are  out   anil   promise   a ; to oreler.  t-'otui bii! of fare for tl'.e celol.ration.      'i    Theattent'ion of the hoiirel was taken  ,        . ... I up wilh iliequt'Stiim of tlipi-r.inple-  -**p   (-r,!1 -.'.,*1 ; of tiie wagon re-ad to the head   of  ji'd.lt  .eie was a coinint  withdrew  his   uiotion  ailed  nt on the ini'i'tinic     iking Towel  per tin   tins  morning for   Baking Powder, Price's  per I'm   Thel'iist learn- mado a break out of  Baking Powder, Prict''*  Theuiisoti's Lauding yc-sU-rdi!'-   ' '���������     ,v'-' l'"-A    this   tn+.tTiin  cey7~l'2 o7..  ���������2\ lbs.  5 lbs..  of   censure j     F,<! Hillman e-.-.ni"   in    ���������--��������� ���������  the meeting ! with it carioael of horse., from Caliwy. | Ba  i BAkine Bowder. White St.tr. 12  ;    oz. tin-*.:' ior   i. Llll-. .1   iing Powder.   White  Ktnr,  C. P>. Hump is  Hi. tins, per f."  Thp   ������������������ut'iid'.nrc  .-.'  I Luke district t  .'   led hi.ii-.i- this even. :iV  is vi-iting in   the Tront! j};1-K'*imi "l'o\vd"i*. White  his w-fk ami is  expect-J    "n,p tins, pei tin...*   '"Whit'; btar,  5  1 15  2 10  00  55  m  Cocoar.ut  Cocoanitt in bulk, por lb   Cocoantit in packets per lb   Condensed Milk  Condcnseel milk. Reindeer, per  ��������� tin   Condcnseel cream, Jersey, per  tin   Rid',.China  ���������____t^__Japiin..  1  ���������as very pnor.  Thursd.-.y pven.    i.-.U'1-ii.i'.'..il.l ��������� d.'luy.-- < f the  il'.'pi'.riiiioi-.t have1 rnbb'-d lh  li'.e-nt here of all enthusiasm.  The I  ���������militia1!  move-'  caiiynn.  The Orangem-n of K tinifops and  .S.ihuoii Ami will come h"ie in celebrate lb. ��������� iitarimw Twelfth. C'.iig.iiy  i^ havir.c a big c.'i'-i.i ation of her ov. n  una Sandon i.- g-.-i: g to Ni-'.non.  boa re.   a j     fhe advance .-ale of .������B[its for Rnrneo |  nsk  tlip.j ;,tlti Julio' for Monday niglit are bi-ing j  gr.mt   nt ( made    with   a.   l Uid)    iinel   a   nowilpd'  'his  can-1 henisu is exr.ee.ti.'d.  .nul to  be  ip-i'd  for  thi^  purr.ospl ' .  .     ,!  if building  loaels  and trails in  othr-i-'i     I'i-an_ I-ulnicr,  oneof   the original  of  the   di-tiitt.   ar.el   tint   the   owners os  I lie Leal nee  group, i.  eon-,  *   --   .....  mnv   t h���������i j ti'inpliif mg nivi'sting hi.-, __.li.iri'  oi   th" I       Mr. Kellie tolel   Ihe  t ivi'i'U ago that, he inletiili'el ti  government   to   allow   the  ! Si.!V>.) now appiopeiite-d  Biuing  Canned Fish  von r.  Bluing 'ipi-ii! --- '.  Bluing r.ipii'l. l>e  ���������i   lb...  ���������he-tlle.  -������  ' Salnn n. bp=l,*ppr tin.  1K  ! Cove oysters, 2 lh.. pe  tin.  Brooms  par  ��������� iv,-.:  th.:  I)  , road w,_n of   no   m-e  neiw   th-������*_j .'{.'."j^n'-SVIson' rpai1"estate',   ae.coieltng  .minion govprmri'-nt were  I to'the Tribune.  Broom  !;^;;ul'Vii.,ioe-ksinU..'-.'>-y-*n. j .���������   h,v���������  u,,,,,  The  wi'son   roui    i...������   Tr-mt. Lake-'.     J. l>. S.h ..ik . ^;;  ; ������'������    ������t*'.\\ , ,��������� ;    ^ 1?'.*.^;������-���������Il Monday nv������-r,:,.g.   .tart  K? Za -h :;i^M.W'������?���������������" nr'ii ^^e-^ilVfor Vhe   coiiipietie;,, : {������, non. Cny H-rh.-,-. J-^I*.^  (!) culi..'.  (2*i e-ie'li. . ���������  (H) ...ich. .  (I) e'lieh ..  :���������-")  40  GO  ; ont  lrom  .ctb'.e  the  L-  ���������.'XCC'P'.  l.-li  ��������� anel  thif-c mil  alii.ott in ,  trians.  A. K. It-win eame up ypsierdaj  ti-.e "lower inni-.lry \i Ii. i-.> !*,<���������  \,:.i  I'lttliri'.'in  the   -.i'mt"r.    -���������ir.  inaking   uri-an'.'eiiieuts   t'o  I'xlc-Diivp  c;.,-\ e'.e.piuPin    work   nn   tl...  Mali-?! group on  .Silver Cup mountain.  this summer.  The     Cinnili.in     Mining   Institute.  having i  at 7:I."i o'f In.- k ^  ,.      . , '.lu'etiug will '.������  eli-ltiet   g'-ni-i-illy    by   the;   con-; o ;vf (ecvarels.  inn and rnmpli-iion of this  roael. \~ \  Th" fnlinwintr i-.-solni iein wa-. movr-rl i     Mr. Liwvrnt  hy.l. IJ. Siiiii.ild and  second.-d   by   P. I rpnc  dej    soiiie'. ''" W.'lla   anel   ea-liried   uii.inituniislv -.  "That in th" opinion nf the Boaid  the ��������� ���������  teel hy tlm   Le-gise-1 "���������) his ri'tui  ol the ro,1.1,and th.; beiicilts that wouhl  pcdes-l i,i'. I'lic   te*.   R-.-vclstnk"    anil   lh"   Big  B"'.id  from   *���������*-������������������*"  l.ee-r.  Irwin  inrp.    A br'.i'f '������-i>-5e  b.-ld in Kiie   Hall   >*o.  Biscuits  ', jifg. and    went  !��������� Mr. Lawrenc  ; BiM-iit-. sod.e.Mib- hox. p-r lh.   father of XV. M. Law-; i>;,tt...rsen.'s e ltMin socn.-. .yin.Mn  ai'i.'e-in list night fie.ul  Winni-',     ,.:l,h  1 lb., per tin   Canned Beef  Canned Reef. 2 lb., p.'f tin   fjannwl Brawn. 2 lb., per tin....  Lunch Tongue 1 lh., per Un ....  y  Fluid Beef  i.l���������linst<..,'Kl.'taidBeef.^���������-t]^;  ���������10  Salt  Salt. 3 Hi- sacks, 3 for   ������������������   50 lb. sacks, each   '   Sapolio  Sapolio, per cake. '���������  Soap  Soap���������  Royal   Crown    Soap 20  for.   Pcorle'S . Soap, 23 for .*.   Sunlight soap, IS for   Starch  I Starch, laundry,   1- lb.. Corlins,  per lb ������������������ ������������������   I Starch, Corn, pur lb   Soda  isoda. Washing, per lb   12  '       '   In   thc  --utility  Court  of - Kootenny-.  hidden at ltcvclhtokc.    in -the goods  eit 'Arthur ('odfrev  Molson Spragge,  deceased, nnel In the matter of tho -  "O tli e'.ia 1 A thiii nist rators1 Act,'.'-^before  Ills Honor .T. A. Forin, County Judge, -  thc 2Glb day of April, 189S).   - -    '   ..  Upon" the  application' of .Jumes  Ferguson .  Armstrong,    OIHeial    Administrator   of.   tho .  Countj'Co'urt^=T)iKtriel-of_theMCouut>_?of-Koot-__l  enny. and   upon* rending the  allidavlts  and  pnpersflleel iiu this applie-ation.       t     ...  It is ordered that the taiel .lames Ferguson  Armstrong; oilicial administratorof the county  court distrle-t of the county of Kootenay,  he urn I he is hereby appointed adminls-,  trator of all and singular tha'fpor;*bnal estate,  effects and credits of Arthur Godfrey Molson  Spragge.,late of Revelstoke, B.C. barrister,  dei.cnst.d, with,tho will annexed.  Ami it is ordered that, a copyof this order ho  published In ihe Revelstoke Herald newspaper  tor  the space  of  lour weeks from, the  date  hereof.  (Signed)   J. A.KORIX,     -  31���������Itw ,    t .���������        Judge.  iSt-Ai-P  We Can Make You  I  _.  south'  this  niormnj  i.t-  ' Wafers,   2  P.ittprsoi.'s C~i-.%ii_.titj  e will sjifMid a. wi-i'k here j ni. ,.;,,,. each .. ./. --��������� -������������������������������������*  fiom the lower country I 3>atter?on a iii.si-d. 1 10. 'a'5'* ��������� ���������  ding to his home in Wm-,  ^|n,  the    landing; ^^KITm. AItan,,,f ,aga���������vii,c. Oul.  has|  ,;0:"1,    i'^thUl  '..'I^o .ind   f.-t   lb>-   ,���������     -h:.s"d   John    Aikenhetel   k   t o. s  ,,���������,���������������������������    _PW,,   eXcn,    .... /flit ^ ;     ^Vlulj"  S^&^^^^^^  Koot-nuv- e-trlv   in   Septen.'oi*.-.     I he | the ..i."'"'-J^r.Vs.!..   h?.   sent     lo     the-! j,,..,, ���������f   ,.oXt   week.    Mr.   Ah.nn s an-i     c;ich ,  '-cadqu.iit'-r*-   in   Montreal.  '   fxenrsion   tei  t lie-  amount of money ynteei r.y  uii   ���������������������������������;^'*~  | lK,fmi. prn,-(,  iati.refnrthl-spei1if)cp<>rpo~-e"f  <���������<��������������������� \  ���������::������  20 i  '.. ':i  I.  Egg Powder  Ei'g Powder, Birels each..  Sago  1,!'    Sago, peril)..  *.t****'-'*'lHt*'i''t******+'_**_'*+  ���������* _  ���������~������ any kind of a suli,���������bicycle, dress.or T  "f* just a gooel up-lo-datc business suit,���������of 3.  5< any kind of cloth, in any style you ask >���������������  ���������i< for. Tailoring is our business; and we 4"  j* are known throughoiil North Koolenay J  ^ to be reliable. Why spend your good ifr  ^< money in cheap-John eastern sweat Ji*  ". shops, when you win elo better���������quality J  | ^, and workmanship consielcreil���������by get- ���������}���������  4* ting your clothes from a union shop, j������  ^J  a shop that spends your money In town.  X  4i  R. S. WILSON,  CITY MERCHANT TAILOR.*  irty  Mill  inclu'de  member-, irom  nil, .if   tlin-  , Dominion,  ron tingen  Tl^i{v^^^t;i!;:l 1 'uv^'S v;i::i,ciivur ^;n^ii.������  , Cheese, MrLareti's medium,   per  ! Fiour  j j^onr���������Ogilvie's-    or   Keewiitin,  i    per cwt ���������*  1 .50  nil  j nntun  ���������uient  will   be   found   in  ihei  *������������������      , imui.i ���������  ...    ...  L,1<1 I H khali) columns next is.s.ie  I     I-I. Bill ing.**,  nt.lva.ncis  Bit tiicr Thi'.-i. r������s Co  1 has   bilh-il   hi-  I.  -  I"  ;ent  fiir   the'  toy.-n,   and !  for Teesday I  Coffee  iS-ntK (OVFFiKH  cf ill lead in  i Lard, pn'i  Gelatine  Gclutinr-, Coxes. } lb. packages.  Lard  , 'A Hi.  tills   5 ih. tins   I'I Ib. tins .-  20 lb. tins...  Bacon  Breakfast bacon, pei;'lb.  Dry salt bacon, per lb..  Tapioca  2.15  | Tapioca, pearl, per lb   Teas  13       Our Teas are the best in the market  Ram L'.l's, (Ihe favorite), per lb. 60  Lipton'sNo. 1 per lb.  ~  "       N...-2. peril.  ���������������  .        "       No. 3. per lb ,'��������������������������� ���������  51bs. black tea foi  -1 w  Vermicelli  124  Ven-micelli, 10 Hi. box   101,   Macaroni, 10 lb. box   4* ��������� '" ��������� ������������������' "���������-'    ���������������������������.'��������� n -*-  A. N. SMITH'S���������BREAD  Is baked In the modernized old-fashioned  way���������the -way your mothers and your'  grandmothers did. An immense hrick  oven heated by "1-foot wood," the firo  druv/n and there you- have it hot enough  to hake 400 loaves. That's part of Smith's  secret of success. The rest lies in knowing  how. Cakes and all baker's goods fresh  every dav.  Groceries, Canneel Gooels, Coffees and  Spices, Butter and Kggs, Soups, Extracts  and everything in the provision lines aro  sold hy Mr. Smith at the very lowest cash  ?rices.     All  goods delivered  as ordered,  av  him  a  call.     Victoria Road,  East,  Revelstoke, B.C.  is being printed in the Hkrald ollice," i ���������. ... ,.,,,  * *       '������������������-   -r   ,.���������vt   ...���������pi.    now opening ..,   n.xt   ������eek. , ^!on(1.iy ,l(iXt ;ll ]i,���������u.nc Bros.  ^illbe ...it the   first   e.f   next   week. V."   ,'         'K "f? 5?"J '"K^T Salc ������"  This vear the hize  of  lhe  volume  has Moni.������y next at Lourne B,-os.  l.i'e-n'iiiii-Has-e.l to neailv 00 pages and ���������Five cases of Ladie-.. hlnii._es.in  all  i.o effort has been  spared  to  make it the newe'St designs anel colors  will   he  complete and accurate as possible, displayed next week at Bourne Bros,  py of Pettipiecc's exceedingly use- You will  keep   mosquitoes   out.   by   ~**.. ..-ill  I,.,   hnune  a.s ieiiuj.������v..   ,.    -V copy of Pettipiete's exceedingly use-!    You win  kci-j.   ������������������.,..,., ^   ... .  fni map of the townsite will be  bound | securing screen  doors and  sash,   the j out be evble; to ;  1  r "'"���������dii-t.ctorv.      I latest inventions, v.l C. R. Hume & Co. j Tuesday next.  the Hkkald Mr. Billing and the  Bittner Co. for- kindly giving way tu  the wishers of the society and wishing  them a. bumper- house for .Tuesday  evening. The Bi tine)'Co. ia.'n, lirst-  class one; anel llieat.ro goers will with-1  out be n.h|e; to spend a pleiis.tut evening I  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  DEER HEADS,  11IRDS, ANIMALS, Etc.,  Preserved and Mountod.  ii  SB  n  \ x  Third St. East of Schoolhouse,  fn! map m mi: n... ..^.^^   iui with each copy of the,directory  .  * ���������* .'������������������  ���������������  "S'$*


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