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Array -$&������__.  XV  -ISSTTE3D   TV^IOE-J^--vV_E!E!K:---',;A7"EIDIsrii:SI3A."Y"S    .A-IbTID  Vol.  III.    No.  34.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, APRIL. 29,1899.  $2 00 a  Year in Advance.  ������W4W+**+44r*4to*4****:4!4*:&:44 <*  POR THIS  WEEK  50 pieces best   English  Print���������at cost.  HEADQUARTERS FOR RELIABLE "GOODS  Great Bargains in Laces  and Ribbons until gone.  We have secured J. &T.  Bell's Boots and Shoes  and can safely say they  are the finest goods ever  shown in-Revelstoke. -������������������  Japanese _ Matting��������� a  fine assortment-of-pat-  terns ���������. at prices lower  than ever before.  In rugs and squares and  carpets we think we  have the finest range  ever shown in the city.  Window    shades    and  curtain poles���������the latest  Every dny in tiie week we ttilk shop for the benefit of shoppers. So much advertising  would soon-get monotonous if it represented aiiyrluiig short of downright economy. People  don't read for the sake of reading. They want to save money. The fact cf great crowds  here isn't a mere happen s*j, and the success of the bu-iness in all the departmeu s isn't mere  luck. Just as surely as trade increases facilities improve, values enlarge and.prices become,  lower. The niore'busincss we do the more generous we can afford to bo. and shoppers who  know "a thing or two" are thc women who (ill this store every day. If you need any of  these things you'll be sure to buy them at these prices.    Ju~t glance through those item-.:  .  Hosiery  Cents' IMn.n Blnck all Wool Cn^hiiicrt. Half  Hose, spliced heels and loo, cxirn pood  quality, regular &J.*. and GOfj., on -.ale nr  at Hose   iJapanment Ou  GciiU' Cirey Mixed Union Half Hose, extra  good -iU-il.lv,  regular __ij.'. and 'Joe..on t-ula  ;nte^.aup.'^-.,.2 PAIR FOR 25G.  Ladies' Kxlra Kino Plain Tihu'k Ca-.hmer*'1  I i .)���������������������������<���������, _ii$?l. spliced anlilcsand full fii-hiuiit-d,  made of line smooth yard, warranted to  Rive good wear, exceptional value or  at 00  Natty Oxford  ���������Sll08S  (For  Ladies.)  r.neiic-,' Tun Oxford Slieie ., turn solos,kM lined,  ���������self tlii1., all M/i-a, 'ij,; 10 7, r-guliir       1   r n  $3.00, very special I .UU  La-lc' Cliocolnto- Ilniiicola Kiel Oxfonl'-. verv  flexible; soles, Iri.-l  ii-,i_., .'nn.-v re.--.ilii;; luce,  " verv nnttv ilious, uxcuceliiigly O Tr  gooel value nt _...* __������. ? 0  1.11.110' Stcppt; Tun Kiel, n bGiuitlinl shu-le of  brou'ii, li.ui'lsninc silk brai-neliM voMiii-^ lop,  .prlni'0������s toe, beiiutli'iillv lini.-hcil, tlie nn;.  ties! tun oxfonl miulc liv American     n  nn  .   iniiimfiititufer., very .s.:.;eiul  U.UJ  Wash Goods  Ginghams. Sateens, Pique and Duck  300 yards extra line Seotoli (liny.u-.iis. well  assorted designs,   regular  __0c.,   for i c  Monday and Tueiday only |0  loO yards Ulaek Dress Sateen, handsome heri-  OLtu liniili. ;'a-L black, be^t -Ou. value i Q  Monday aud Tuesday only JO  'JOU ynrds white pique mediuni erobs cord.  We want. to turn this into money, qH  Monday and'J ue.-iday instead of 'Joe ������jj  100 yards Victoria I.awn, line finish, -12 hirhos  wide; onlv immense contracts enable* this  to ho &-old at SOc, but on Monday and \ c  Tuesday only for | 0  :.!.in. apron yin^ham, in pink and while check,  fast color., special sale pri'.*e on Mon- g |  day and Tuesday -. ' 02  32 inch   ilnnnelettes,  Ceylon  finish, in btripe  - patterns,    v."irr:miud    Fast   colors, \ n  special sale Monday aud Tuesday \ \j  Dentille D'Alsace a dress muslin, in iiyht  jcmndatious, with fan ���������>��������� ���������������-(..._ strip.*:, in jrold,  brown,  blue, and  pink, special .-aio f*t\  price on Monday and Tue.-dny    ������\s  been very active. "We anticipated this h;k1  bought lfhcrally of the most desirable kinds.  Our display on tiie second floor compri-cs a  pleading variety in rich and most artistic  effect... U'u cannot begin to tell enou_ch  about them hero, so wo will wait until ynu  come to tlie -tore, where you can personally  inspect the collection for yourself. We feel  conhdent the assortment will satisfy you.  La,diesJ -Sailor  lata  rs 75  While and Colored rustic si riwsailors  special sale price '...  New est  up-to-date  white rustic straw sailor  with   biack   and   colored    band*.-.  ���������      i  or  pecial sale price..'. .' | m������0  Assorted   Straw Sailors, .best value       !   nn  in the city at ..*. I .0 J  Children's  Bonnets  Children's Embroidered Siik Konnc.s, full  ruche from, special value in the-e "r���������  n\ . . "..       - . ������ i i  xurkisn Itug's -  Gaip-pet Squares u^^^'U:^...^,35,40  ..50  Rnps mnl P.inure, r.re becoming more po'tnl-i* Chililren's 1'ell Teim.-*, ull  color.-*,  e.ery  voter, anti thi-'i-eti>on tlie ilornninl hiis      price '   -*alc  thing out.  Don't forget v/e always  lead in Teas and Coffees  ���������Our Ram Lais is still  the favorite.  In Coffees our Excelsior  blend of Java and Mocha  is delicious  We have been fortunate  enough to secure anoth-  ercar of Ascroft potatoes  ���������The price is a little  higher than some others  but the potatoes are  better.  Our buyer is on the full tilt. all .die time, hunting for the best now thhigsi and -the  newest, special things., that, we may .bring them to ilevsistoke. We're; not stopping at any  thing.to get-tlio right goods to soil at right pric-s. ' Tliis busin >ss couldn't alway.-- go to the  lengths we do how, but since-we've stirted to d:> things differently shoppers will rind the  Great Depaitmental Store more and-moro to their lining.  Revelstoke's  Great Departmental Store  ...J ..L,J_l>_JJ.^.,������.J,.__i,J������T^^^.,JiA_ll_FJ^_r.._M_MCT.I._U..-.J_JI^_������JM,_.^  ������_������..?____������_  J *liy-Pay- iwo fmim $  ������  ES?S_?2_5  - When hy Paying CAS^3 you can buy at Wholesale Prices, from  We Carry a Complete Stock of"  General GJ-roceries> Ganned Goods, Teas,  Gofcees, Spices, Dried Fruits, Tobaccos,  Oig'ars, Mming1 Supplies, Blankets,  Gloves. Underwear. cQveralls, Etc.  And have leased the building formerly occupied bv A. Macdonald & Co., Wholesale Merchants,  at Revelstoke.  I CB. Hume & Co.,i  WHOLESALE    AND    RKTATL  GENEKAt, MEKCHANTS  \+#*&l&*i*������*&!*JMHH*������������09&J*.*)*������:l  toMjA~iX,  -__,-i  As eitir pi-iejos are so low that we ciimiot ;ifroi*d lo l.-ike .irsy lisk of loss from but! ilolits sni'li ns  nre contriictoel by llio CREDIT SYSTEM. By buying- from us you will profit by this as you  will save the Retailer's Pro3t.  We .-ire saving expenses in every xvr.y. XVc lntve no I;in__e stuff of clerks or bookkeepers.  Our Store is not an Elaborate Retail Establishment, but our goods are the best that money can  buy, and it is for the quality of these goods only that you will hava to pa?.  Our pi-ices lire too minu-rous to publi_.li here.-, but we will have in about n week a printed catn-  ������        Iop;ue which we will forward to housekeepers and other:-, and in   wliich  all  our  prices   will  be fjiven.   Order.  v  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.  WRITE    FOB    OTJJEZj   O^TJLILOG-TTIE-    TO  THE K APPIiETO^^OOMPAMY,   3^VELSTOKS, B. C.  THE CITY COUNCIL  A- City   Engineer   Appointed   for   Five  Months.  The council uicl. InM niirlit. IVeM-enI  Kilpnli'ick. Wells, Brown, MeKccluiic,  Cii'.iliiiiin* nnel (Jr.-ijii*.  'J'h'c ininiiti'h ot the lnsl, lni'i'lin.i;  were ri'.ul unci aelople'cl.  (.'eiiiiinuiiications were ri'.ul I'roin L3.  lt. ."eli'iMin, apjilyinu; lo pun lia^e I Inil  portion of neilson slrei'llyinji; lielwei'ii  .Munis .V Sieoer.*- slnre ami the Oriental Hotel for the purpose of turning il  into :i naitlen; from l.esa Mnrlin eilVe'r-  iiig to do the tvpe-wrilinf; I'or llie pub-  lc works t'oiiiinil Ice. I'or $10 per  niontli: from tin; tt'cret.-iry ul' the  imin "J of trnile asking lhe council to  pay I. T. Hrew.-lcr's .-iccoui-.l l'"r ex-  pense-j incurri'il ou liis tiip m Victoria  as a eli'lejjf.iti" 1'rnin llie lioattl re incorporation, S~,"������_ treiiu Roxslaiiel Standard  lJuli. (Jo. asking I lie mayor for Ilia  photograph, and .'mother froin the  .���������..���������tine a->!\iii-r llu; council lo pay for 17."i  copie** of their annual al. #1 apiece'.  1\ 11. I'elerson's ce'niiiiiiiiie-.ilion was  laid over fur llie rcpoi I of (hi* ciiin-  niiLlce on Lhe similar applical ion of II.  N. (Jntirsii'r: .Miss .Marlin's olVcr was  not acccplcl I'or lhe* pie;*-enl. as the-  city clerk cein elo all this lype-wrilini;  nciessai y; the rcrpiest of the* board of  trade was rel'uscel, as the council ionld  nol. see its way c le.tr to assume I lie expense of lhc elcle.nal.inn lo Victoria:  the Standard IJ.ib. CoV. olYer was referred to llie Finance- Commit le.ln report, al tlie ne'xt. metlinif.  The report of lhe Kin.inci! Coin-  mil leu on Fred. Fraser's account as  returnine; otticer vecominciuled lhe  payment! of t lie account willi the exception of the following items: salaries  of ili'pulv relnrniiiK ofiieer" tji:"); poll  clerk .to; 'A. McR.-iu .$:5; V/.'G. Paxion  and A. Can !ji."5:-rel'ri-s!*.iiit'iils Jj.3. total  !;_2o. which tliey consldereei slicniltl lie  iiaid by.the lcitiiruiu;; olTicci'. jMoveti  iiy Aid. (Ir.iham, see-onileel by Aid.  M'clvei-hnii'i lhat, the; anioniil, ul'  i~2'j lie eleeliu'led froni lhe ,-imu.ifil as  recoiiiiiiiiMilecl by lhe Finance ciim-  niillee. Aini'i.eluienl. moved lfy Ale!.  C'l'iiKt'. .seconded by Ai'l.gWels, that  the'city pay the scvei.il ae-coimts*.  ili'iliii-tini_; the .-imounl. of if.'lli from Mr.  Fraf-i'i' himself, and applying il as  reconinieiidud by lhe Finance eoiii-  niiLlee.    Carried -I to '2.  The Public .Works connnitjec; rec-  i-iiii1iii.'iiile-.l,lln*. 'eni'pMynl';iit.*'o"f )-..- IT..  iJuck its cily o.ifc*i))e-.-i- i'.'i* hve iiiiiiiulis  at a i nunt lily salary of $150. The report  was ad opt nel.  1'lie rulilic \Vorks reporli'd Hint in  their opinion it woultl be inaeivi.-ahie  to sell llii'- piirlim. of ICint; si reel  iipplieil lor bv Jlr. Coursier. Report  .uioptci! and the cl.r!. iuslrucleil to  nnti'l'y Mi'--is.  In t I'.ut ell'ect.  13y!aw No. Ill !o ro^uiale the weight  and sale of lire-ad wito read the lliiid  Lime.  The fullowiiijj; bylaws .vere recou-  sicleicd and iin.-illy atlopled:  I. lleitilli.  '2. Trades  Licenses.  II. l''ire; Insurance Tax.  -I.  il'iael Tax.  5. To  burrow  $1,WJ0  fioin   llio  -Molson's bank.  0. (lily Pound.  7. To ro.rtilali; streets and sidewalks.  8. Dug Tax.  !). Public Jloi-tls. ,  ��������� Thc,-l-ul)lie---\\-orks-coii'.niitte'i'._was-  instrtifletl to interview Hie C'.J'.J'.  oflicials willi reptrd. lo I heir repairing  the sidewalk from K. Jli (.'ally's li) the  station anil-also lo instruct the cily  engineer to cnninicne-e work as soun  as lhey deem it advisable.  TlieCinmcil then .adjourned.  COUNTY COURT  (Ilcfurc .Imlcu forin).  JleGuire v. ICidd���������Aclion on note'.  Judgment for plaintiff I'or SSfW. J. .M.  Hci'Lt for plaintilf, no noi. contra.  Hutchison v. ijolan���������Act ion for  wages. .luditnieiil. for plaintiff for  ���������jiii").    G. fi. JlctJarier for iilainlilT.  Parsons v. (iieene���������Act ion on] ac-  counl fj'.ll'X Venue changed lo Uolileii.  (J. S. JlcCiii'tL'i' for pliiintilT, Scott I'or  clefi'iidniit.  McDoniild v. Atchison���������Action re-  nlitleil fi-niii .Supreme Court.. Venue  cliange'd lo (ioiilen. Ci. S. JlcC.ntcr  for plaintilf, Fulton fc Waid I'or  ilefeiiilaiil.  Hobim-on v. .fuliaii .-mil Tai'mlini ���������  Action on nolo. Judgment for plnin-  tilf for S!)2.i:-!. - JlcC.'irter for plaintiff.  .Murphy for ilcfi'iidant.  ' Taylor v. Piper, et, al. Arlieju on  acc-ounl. for wages assigned. Action  ���������lisiiiiisscil. JlcCarter for piaintilf,  Scotl for defe.'iidaiil.  Re .lolm O. Todd (decease-!)��������� Older  for aelininisti'.-ilion iu favor of 'i'lios.  Todd.    G. S.  McCuli-r  for .-ippliciiil.  Ke A. M. Spragge (dei'-.'.esi'.l)-Order  appointing .). F. Ai ms-ii-oii-r -il'iicial  aebnini'-l ral or as .'idiuinislratur uf I his  es'-ale    G. S. JktJarler  fur  applicaiil.  Thc Lycium Company.  The Lyceum company opened here  in T.ipp'.ng'- up, in ho.i'-e on Wfelin*.���������  day nighl w il li I lie faiii'-c.iiiie-eiy "All  the (.'mn furls of lluiiii*." There was a  iti'.oil liuiise. whii ll fully a|ipreciated  tin- liiimois of the piece in ubich  William Culvin, as .lulin I).ivi-, llu*  hi'iipc'fkicl baukei. and Rose ('aiueron. !  SILVER QUEEN TUNNEL  AN IMMENSE SHOWING OF ORE  IN THE CROSSCUT  C'oursit;!' and   Pcter.-.mi  his wife, cii'ati'il niiicli aiiin-i'iiit-m  The '|i,iils of Jlr. Puder.-. taken by  Douglas Ralersoii anel Lillian Tiissell.  by I'Miiii-nce Ruyelen. weie well  pii'seiili'd.  On Tliui'selay niglit the piece pre-  s.'iili'il was ������������������ tinder Two Khig-." a  diauia taki'ii froin Ouid>i'> well known  novel The piece- itself is r.iliiei  sketchy, as is iiieviliibii* when a long  and complicated plot in a novel is  compre.-sed iulu four shurt acts nf a  play and lln* rea.-on fur Be-rlie Cecil's  silence is mil aeleepial.ely liioiight out,  .-itall. However, lhe aci ors did their  best with it, lhe aclintr of Clare Lawrence, as Veiicl ia. lieing pariiiularly  good. .Mamie Lorimer ailed her  elilTiciilL part as '-('iparetli'." veiy  cleverly, and ICelgar Keller as the hei o  of lhe piece. ---Beilie Cecil.'* aeipiitted  hiniself very cieilitably. The point-  anel siluations of the play elicile-cl  fri'ipienl applause.  Last nijjhb Sliakespi-are's iiagcdv  "Othello" was presented and very well  pul tin, although tu a poor hou.-.e.  This was the lirsl liiuea Revrlstoke  audience baa had an oppoi timity ui  witnessing a play ot .Siiakespe.iiv in  their own lown, and in jn-u.ii-e- it musl  he said IhaL in tlieir prescutiiLioii of-  Othello the l.yrcuiii Company excee'd-  ed our expectatiems. livery character  was well taken and the* pieces ran with  ���������jfi'i'.-it sinol liiiu-,s. TfMoii.u-e! D'Olze a.*  Olliello, Lelainl Webb as fagi. anel  Margueril e Lurri'mer as D'.'Silcmi.iia  hail thu star pans unci acquitted tliein-  selves to' .iilniiralion. 'J'he* co&tuiiU's  werei very line. Tn fact the "play was  a great .-mil unexpected Heat throughout.  This .-ifleriiiion at '2:'i0 a throe act,  comedy, the; Prince of "Liars, will be  presented, aiul the company will i'-losi"  its engagement tonight with Shakes-  pe.ire's great- comedy the ������������������Merchant  of Venice." which, afler lar-l uight*.-  experience', tli" lii~HAi.!) advises every  lover of goeii! ai ling to lake in.  THE LARDEAU ROAD  Will    Commence   at    Once     from     the  * -   - ,  Argenta. End -.   . . f  Gen. Supt. It. JI. Jlarpole came np  from Nelson yi'Merday. Speaking to  a IIHHAl.Ii ni.in hi; ceirrobor.iLed t he;  statements of the Nelson Miner that  tlie Lardeau railway would begin at  once; from the Ivootenay Lake i-ntl.  Two hundred nici would be put, on  the work and as much of the line as  possible be built this season. As tie  construe tion of the lower enel of the  ruael is ea.-y the line; may be built as  far as Trotit Lake before tiie summer  is over.  The Nelson .Miner of Thursday says  lhat Poupore & JleVeiirh have secured  lhe: contract lrom * Lardeau lo Troul  Lake City. Ilo mill's, and will start SiO  men a I work ai. once. Thirty men .-ue  alieadv at work clearing the l-ittht-of-  ivay. Their sei'lioii i< lu-Iiu i eaily lo  hand over bv Oclober 1st.  SILVER GROWN GROUP  A STREAK EIGHT INCHES WIDE  What the Topic Man S iv.- Wh:!c On a  Visit to th_ Great Northern Hill-  Important Showings in the Tunnel,*  Which is Now in zco Feet, Will  Prove an Excelltn: Guide to 'Euture  Operations on Mt. Great Northern.  * During the e.tvlv pat t  of  this  week  the Topic spent a few  'days  on   Great  N.iilhern mouiuain. and   while  there,  looked   over  the  Silver  Queen.    This  property has one of-the   I-irgc-t showings of iiny  olaim   in   tiie  camp.    For  over :!."> fi'e-l ore is lo  be met  with   in  more or iess epianlilie-.*. In the cross- .  cut tunnel which   is  now  driven ovei*  ICia feel, the fir.-t oie  to  be met  with _  comes in   at. about -In  feci   from   the  present fate of the tunnel.    The streak  is about, eight  inches wiile  and  runs  1SS ounces   to  lhe   ton   in   silver.    A  --pace of about It)   feel  is   p:i-*stai   composed of ledge matter heavily  ir.iprcg- _  nated   with     iron     and - with  small  .  quantities of galena showing  up  here ;  and lliere. then a stringer of two   feel  of solid zinc- ore. and laying next  to it *  10 feel  of  a   fine   white   cpiarly.   with   .  masses ofgahma inler.-peised through'- ..  out its entire extent.    At times in this" .  part, after a siiol, ihe whole face of the  .  tunnel wouleVbe one mass of glittering, .  cue. giving tlie impression thai a huge ���������_  body of galena had been  encountered:  this would pas-s in the next- shift' only  .  to occur agaiiK    lcislheinipiessiou.it  .  the mine lhat this-section of lhe  vein  will, when a greater depth   is  gained,   .  pa.-s  into   a  solid  mass   of ore.    The  galena contained ii. the quail-/, is   veiy   .  \ lirii'lo * anil   crumbles    av, ay    under  i>re*ssftie~'i;������"''ni"u"~;fngei-a.  i.nto perfect -,  cubes, fr'oiii the fnbst. lainnte   particle   .  to lhe size of ��������� a.' pea.   Next,   to   thi*. ���������  body lies about twelve inches of mixed   .  iron   and    galena ore  with   tlie iron   .  predominating. After passing through  this  streak.   JS inches  of   good   steel  galena was encuiinieied-, this was  lliu  latest   strike.    The;    steel   galena  has  been left behind some 15 feet or  more  and the men  are  working thiough  :.  ledge matter  which  on  Tuesday  la.-c*  was   becoming  very  heavily   impi-cg--  nale.l with iron anil gaiena.   from   thu  appearance of whicli   it  was thought  that another body  of  ore  was at   no  irteat di.-tance.  One thing wiiich strikes the visitor  a.-, peculiar, in examining llu: crosscut,  is the f.irl that there, is uo rock  present which.has  tlie, appeaiancc of  Adair Group  Ed. Adair cam.' in on Tue's.l.iy uii;hl  from llie iiurcka claim on Lafoime  creek. Three*, men are working on  this claim anil have- rim iu 11 feel.  The snow i*. still very deep and tlie  e-limate decidedly wintry up ul the  mine.  Early Closing.  The merchants of this city have  agree:el to close their respective' places  of business at 7 p.m. sharp, every elay  excepL Saturdays and evenings preceding holidays, on and after -May lot.  On Trout Lake Bonded lo Mr. Axc-lrad  of London. Er.cr.  On .Monday last E. L. Kimiinn put  through a. deal with JL Axehad, of  London, Eng.. whereby Jlr. Axeir.til  .���������-���������cure's t bond on the Silver Crown.  Hidden Treasure' and Pine Tree mineral claims, leivated on tin: ne.ith side  of Trout Like. 10 miles fmin Tron'  Lake,(lily. The purclui-i' price uf  $1 LOW) is in be paid iu three payments  on or before Seplember l.-t. November  1st. and .I.inuaiy 1st next, with a gooel  payment iu cash down. The owneis  of this group ale .Mi���������i-.-. .1. Sl.tiibeit  and N. Lay of Troul Like, and .\l.'.--i������.  XV. V. Crane. T. L. llaig. A. Johnson  and IC. I.. Kiiiiu.'ii).  This group is consieb'icd One of the  be.-1, undeveloped pro-pee f> in ill-'  country and he-, in the .-.ui.e bell with  the Silver Cup, ."���������.'������������������ttie L. Americiii  .Mable, I.en trice*. Great Nuitherii .mil  many other promi.-ing mine-.  Jlr. Avelr.ul will .-tart a S"'.enty fool  lunnel in the Silver Crown a- soon :.s  fhe-snow will permit of i'. to cro-.-rut  Llie ledge at a depth of jO feet.  Work is rapiilly progics-ing c.:i the  line new stal ion am! hotel which tiie:  C.P.R. is building at Sicmo'is. A  large gang of men are now at woik  iintlcr Iiie supervision of" Conl r.utor  Tompkins, anil the stone found.it:ons  aie nearly completed. The biiildiiur  will be 130 x (i'i feet, three steueys. and  the: plan- show lhat it will pie.-ei.t a  remarkably h.tiid-uiiie appearance  when ceim'plele. The liavelling public will hail this news uilh a i_coe.il deal  of salisfaition. as the pi eseii! hotel  iitVoiiinX'claliuu at Sicnnioiis is altogether inadeepialt; to the re-quite  mcnU uf lhat iinpurtain juncl ion. It  i-slated that the new luiiiding will  cost about $I7.IKX).  Tliere is a section i'f the: Koutenay  wbieb should cei'u" tu the fioi.t this  year. This is tb" Lnd'-atl district,  into which I wu r.iilio.u!.- are aiiout to  be built. The C.P.R. have smveyors  out laying out a ruiiie: fiom Arrow  lake, while another ) end will be built  from the'other side. There: are* some  splendid propel lie--iu the disli ict and  wilh trail-pen tation facilities they  would soon be developed.���������Canadian  Tiade Review.  wall rock from the nuuitli of the  tunnel to its hieast. anel Cue driving,  has been through a soil of ledge filling  totally devoid of anything like tlio '  conn'ry rock of this part of the  eiistrkt. Taking a pick, itis impossible*  at any point, in tlie In.-1 3."> feet, by :  sti iking Hie walls of the: tunnel, to  expn'-e mineral of some kind or description, 'fhe work now being'done  on Hie Siiver Queen is most important  eincl will have a very grcatinliueiice on  the future eif this hill.  Lying on the same lead wilh lhc  Silver Q-.iccn are lln* Kioadview. Greal.  Noriheiti. True Fissure and St. Elmo  gioups. sixteen claims in all. On the  Greil Nurihcrn there' are very ex-  l<'ilsive winkings as i.- al-o the case on  the Broadview. Tlie St. Elmo i.s  -bowing np very well. but. has no  veiy gieat depth, neither has the True.:  Fi-s:u*e. . When these properties arc  actively operated, which it is hoped  will be the case dining the coming^  suiiiiiii'r.' one uf the biggest've*ins in  the province will be sending iti pio-  diict to tbe smelter.  The getting of eh-pth  on   this  veil:  appears lo lie the greatest eliiliculty to  ! contend with at  p.e-eiit  on   both   lhe  ,' Broadview and   Gieat  Norlhei.'i; this  '��������� i-  aggravated   by   Hu-   lialuie  of  tin:  i -ill-face ground anil  the extreme  flat-1'  ne.-s of tin: lead.     Ou the SI vei- Queen  thisditiiciilly is not so apparent,  for  Hie iro-scut  has been   driven  fiom  a  point wlici" th<* tunnel site could  not  I piv.-r.ibly be* inipioved on. Tin* le-ael lias  ; been'ul al .".  depth  of  ovi-r ll>'l   fee-t  land .-r-.p'-ar*-   to  '���������!���������  straightening up.  'The  u---.uits  e.f   future   uperaliuns  on  | liiis property   will   be eacorly   looked  ! for as  it   i.-  expee-ted   that  before  <*ti-  ! countering the foot wall "a laige  boely  I of oie will  he  pa-.=c.l  through,    ft i-*'  '. the ca>e  on  Hie   Northern   nnd  it   is  I reasonable to suppose that it  will  he  j so at this point on the- vein.  "fr i.,ijijr��.*i*��-" ���
Revelstoke   Herald
Published In Interosts o
Rjri'  ioke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Tcout Lako
;Cillew��et,  Albert Canyon, Jordan
Pass aud ��agle f&a Didtriota.
3  Peopplotoe.
A Sei ni-Weekly Joarnal. published la the
lntereoia o( Beveletoke and lhe currouneli.in
district, Wednesdays and aalurdaj s, nmkiut.
iloeest connections witn nil liaina.
Advertising Bates: Display ads, ?l.nO per
columnluch.*2.U0perinch whenindertedon title
paire. Legal aas.. 1-Jc P-jr inonrnreil) lino Ior
Ksi inserllun : So (or each additional insertion.
Heading i_.oiic._i, lie per line each issue. lush,
-ilarn_��ei_nd Deaih notices, tree.
Subscription ltates: By imul or carrier. e_".(Xl
per annum ;  ��1.15 for six month . strictly in
"llur Job Department: lm: IIkkai.i* Job
Dep rvnent Is one of the be-i equipped
prinlin - onieea in Wesi Kuut.imy. .ml " pro-
pareu jj execute oil liu.da of priuln.ri m ni'si
class style al honest price.) One pneo lo iiii
No job iuoln.rKe-nunet,-o��in.ill-forua. .Mui.
orders promptly otiuiidud tu. liivu us a un.
on rouraexiordvr.
-iJourr^pondent-: Wo un corresponu-
ence on any subject of Interest -.o tho Kvnaml
public. and desire ft rellabh res-uliir eorre,-
Loudeit    in     every     locuii surrou nil:nK
Kevel.toke. In all oases lhe bona ��d* "��'��'���
ot tne writer niusiaceomiany inonuaenpi, inn
noi necessarily for publicaliu-.
Adurtwc all gooiniunieailons
REVELSTOKE HERALD
Revelstoke, ti. C
LESSONS  IN  SLANG.
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-
1. All
rrti
2. Corn:
apondence    must    he    legiblj
*riiteuon  jl ���We'o'f'ihJ paperonly
-ince      ccJn_iiniiiK      personal
j sicued wilh ILa pr pur name
matter mu
of the writ. ��� ...
3.   -one_>i_uii lenee   with
paper before il car. appear in -Hfc U-KAi.-.
reference   to   an.'
another   p-j-ui
WEDNESDAY,       APRIL    26,      1S99.
���V large number of Americans arc
coining into Alberta this spring. In
conversation with a number of them
we find that the main attraction Alberta has for them is her mild
mate. They say that Manitoba
Eastern Assiniboia are too much like
Minnesota aud Dakota. "Sunny
berta is a great drawing card.
eli-
ancl
Al-
According to Winnipeg papers thai
citv is kneo deep in nuid.wlnch,under
the influence of the sun, emits odors
like   sulphur   i>.-.T,^��.      a^r-J
DIVER  ESCAPES A SHARK.
Tho Teacher Uecnn Well, hut Boon Csn e
ti> Grief.
In spite or the fact that she wanfctl t.
learn ii little something abutit t.lio subject,
it seems probable that slio was buyer
versed iu somo features of it than ho
thought. In truth, -ho demure appear-
mice of a girl or a woman does nut necessarily make it safe to draw any conclusions a _ to her knowledge of those) features
ot our Inngnu'."* not usually recognized in
polite society.
".lolin," sho said, "I want you to givo
me thu meaning of some slang words."
"Whv,   of  culii'su,-'  ho  replied.    "Firo
Rlll'.'ld."
'J'liuro is nothing (hat pleases a. mnn
niiiii', you know, thnn any sent, of an Intimation from a woman that, ho knows
moro than she dot-.-* eibouG any subject.
Things of tiial sort, occur so seldom.
������What  s a ���e.iiiel'.;' "
"That's easy," lio replied Vou know,
tn tlio west the knot a cowboy tics in his
��aclillo girth i.s called a cinch, tho featuro
of it being tlmt It positively will not slip
or come louse. From that wesoi't of reason that���or"���
"Ves."
"Well, it conveys tho idea of somethinfl
that holds tight."
���'hike matrimony?"
"Well, not exactly. "Matrimony i.s sometimes a cinch, but not always������ uot by a
good ileal.'"
Tliero was just a suggestion of somo
sinis.ter meaning underlying Hits, but befoie she hael time In go very cli*ojIy into li
lie: hastened ro explain that cinch meant
Kiniolhing that was reisy���r. cor'.ainty.
"For instance," ho went on, "when 1
mndo Tip my mind lo hsk you to marrry
ine, it was a cinch that T would ge!. yen-.."
"Oh. it was, wjs it:-" she demanded,
milelcnly showing unmistakable signs of
aggressiveness). "And what is a bluff? Can
you tell mo lhat?"
"Why���ci-���cr���a bluff is���cr"���
"When you told me you could support
mo in tho stylo to which I had been accustomed." sho interrupted, '-1 suppose that
was a bluff."
, Sometimes a man whosabumpof humor
is abnormally developed is unnhlo to see
thc point nf a joku when ho is lhe hull of
it. Possibly that, may explain tho strained
relations that existed in that household
Ior as much as half a day.���Chicago Posi;.
MARCH   WINDS.
Far herald from ihu froven north,
Tlio green eii KI-U-.-0-, lii'iiij-ini;,
Willi vinii't- on tho wayside slopes
And cumuls ul' bluebirds .���.ini.iiif.
How shall we juy to 11 Mil tl.i'ii heie
When sp_'in.t has slippv-l her telhcr,
Swift si.itti'rins froin her, far mill near
Willi1.:, nml the -windy wenllicr.
By night the wild i,'i��- phalanx lone
To pillar v"no is ilyimt,
lly day llie inl'.eliT plover thrills
The pa-in.'i'-. wilh bin crying,
The while lntht lliinc; from InrofT sltle-H
Drift i elciwnwiiril lilcu a feather
Anil bi'iiuii*. . iiKirsh icrn-s sisoiilioi)
Winds mul the windy weather.
The orchard. _i;> lii'^-ins to stir
A.s swill lhe _M:iri'h wind p.'..1-;-.':*,
Tho liriniro-o mid the wild (lower lili'Gt
Whe'i e riml wood shadow musses,
And o'er th.i hills the nun nnd tun
Tri.up iiuwn tho days together,
Willi wi'avm;; ln:i/,e of bto-soms spun.
V.-i:nN and llio windy weather.
-Iani'.-t  MeGuflVy  in  Woman's  Uome   Com
pauioii.	
A  MODERN  SOLOMON.
M
p. ui
CHUIIOII DIRECTORY.
ETUuUla'l'
CHUKCll  ���   Ucvulbioko.
'..uLi...ii; ftciviu.i ..l 11 u.il.. a..u   7:.i.
Iwltlco    uiuoiuil.   Ul     lhu    cluaC   ut      li.e
i^ _._.. v ii.u.      ..o0...t. ^ei.^, . -uu 3.o._-
Olass ai _~.SU   P.m.     W-eM.   p.ujn   meel.n,
u\^.i,  .)cul.L&at.j  .;���,����.in., -L  i.Jti p.iu.
puo.iearo euidiuiiy uivuiaI     ��c-.io ..ee.
KEV. S. J. THOMPSON,  1'aslor
in-
( *iiUUUll    Olf
"-^   Kevoi. lo*.o
Made lo
tL Th-rllllnc   Experience  at   a Wharf Is
South African Waters.
One of the local divers  named Batten
has  experienced a shock  aud  a  narrow
escape, says The Cape Argus. Ho hatl been
eDgagecl to recover o few heavy rails which
had fallen  overboard  betweeu a steamer
and the main wharf.   Tho rails wero found
and. one hud been   hauled to  the  surfaco
���when  Batten   perceived ��   young shark
Bwlmming around him.    Having omitted
to  ana  himself  with  the  usual   diver's
Vnlfe, Batten  moved to tbe   boat and secured A  weapon,  intending  to  stab tbo
shark if opportunity presented itself.    On
descending to tho bottom agaiu. however,
��� Batten did not- seo the prowling '���iuou-
iter" and proceeded to the rails which remained to be hoisted.    Ke was about to
attack the next  rail when, to his surprise
and alarm, he noticed a huge shark, approximately   10   feet   long,  lying   right
across the raili
The diver was in n, quandary, because
retreat from such a monster was exceedingly dangerous, while open hostilities
with the knife would havo been almost
fiulcidal. not only on account of the sizo of
tho shark, but on account of its being literally sheathed with barnacles. Further,
_d-h<-Ggh the shark lay almost motionless,
not a single rail could be touched without
disturbing it. With a view to frightening
tho shark Batten suddenly released all
the air contained in his suit, which act
causekl a cloud of bubbles to rise from tho
escape valve. The shark did not budge,
and when the suit had refilled Batten
made several feints as if to stab his enemy,
bat again without tho desired effect. .Then
tho monster mado the first move. Steadily
he rolled over on his back, showing a long
whito belly, and opened and shut an enormous mouth, framed with rows of ivory
whiM sawlike teeth. Batten wisely waited for no more, but dipped the escapo
valve, causing him to ri=o rapidly to the
surface. He lost- no time in scrambling
up the ladder into the boat out of harm's
way. A number of people Fpeut a great
part of tho afternoon in endeavoring to
hook the shark. Various kinds of bait
were tried, but without success.
Pouring Oil on Ti-oubleel Waters.
The Indiana was kept dry by lhc dripping of oil "from both bows, and, although,
tremendous sl'as were running mid breaking, they eoulel not conic on board.
This was certainly a most practical illustration of tho old saying as to lho
"pouring of oil ou troubled waters," a
proverb as old as the Biblo, but only very
teccntly applied, thanks to the hydro-
graphic oflice of tho United States, anel
now very generally followed by t-ramen
tho world over, l!; was an American also
(Hedfield) who first thoroughly found out
and explained lho. true*, character of theso
revolving storms, riud to him all seamen
nro  forever indebted:-
In using oil it is astonishing how small
i quantity will suffice���just a quart or
two in a bug stulTcil.willi oakum hung
ever tho bows and alloweelHo drip drop by
drop on tho sea. win to it-Spreads out in a
thin greasy 111 in over tbo surfaco ot lho
ivn ter. Over tho lilm the wind slips, ns ic
wore, and has no power to bank the water
Up into waves which would break over tho
Ship. nimdrctU of reports aro oh lllu iii
the office al testing iho marvelous results
of this simple agent of safely.���St. -Nicholas. 	
Arglir-n ETclnsivoncar,.
In tho matIcr of trndo and pa.=?a:?o
through Ills country the ameer is irrccon-
ciifttly obdurate. * Here ngain his inordinately sufuicious character comes in, for
no trado king or syndicate has yet been
ablo to inovo him in this matter, though
he must see quito plainly that lhc opening
up of Afghan ist r.:i to l!m benelit-. of external trade would eventually enrich tbe
country and improve his own revenue.
Willi similar jealousy and want of trustfulness in lho motives of others, ho closei
his country to foreign travelers almost r.i
selfishly n"s the Tibetans havo closed
theirs. It is only ro special individuals of
rank and importance that ho will concede
the privilege of a protected passag", eilbcit
thero is, comparatively speaking, little
danger involved- in tra*.cling in Afghanistan. The writer was very recently in
^vhiiB_vrns_Yi."ars aero oni". of .the most unciv-
ilizcci bazaars in the country, and the Afghans were most civil and obliging.���lie-
view of Reviews.
Tho Hoc.) In an Arabian Fnmily
Tell lliu Truth.
A recent. Vrcnch judgment; maybe cited
ns an illu-tration of Arab manners and
liallii', a-lulcnoss. An Arab was traveling
through tho interior with his wife. Ui-
was on donkey back, and sho was afoot
By funic a rich Arab on horseback anil
offered her a lift behind him. Sho accept
ed and presently, iu tho course of lhu jour
ney, coiillcled llint sho was unNippily mar
riud. Her companion proposed a plan by
which she might elope with bim, anel sh.-
agreed to it readily. Accordiugly when
they came to a branch road thoy incre.'isc!
their paco mill paid no heed to tho piole-
lations of lho husband, who was soon lell
behind. He succeeded in (racking thoni
to tin; horseman's villago, only to find lhat
precautious had been takon against his ar
rival, i'or all asserted that they had known
the runaway paii-for many years as man
and wifo and lhat thc real husband must
bo an impudent impostor.
Tho iinfoi-liuiiitu man had rccourso In
tlio French, who were at first puzzled how
lo ace in the faco of it village's uiiaiiiniiiu.-
testiniouy. Al, last a happy thought on
e-iirri'd to lhe judge. Hei placed the real
husband's dogs in onc room and those ol
liio other man in another and confronted
lhc woman Willi both. Arab 'dogs nre
very faithful to tlieir own households am!
very fierce toward all strangers, so, though
she did her utmost to irriiato her own
elogs, they could not. bo restrained from
fawning oiphcr, and, though slio lavished
every blandishment toward Mio clogs of
her "new home thoy barked and showed
their teeth wilh ever increasing fury. Tho
judge: thereupon ordered her to be given
"baci; lo her husband, and ho placarded
tlio villago with lho following notice
'���The testimony of one. dog is here more
to bu believed than that of ten Arabs.'
As a dog is ono of tbo Arab's worst terms
of opprobrium, this notice was deemed a
worse punishment than lines or Imprisonment).���London Post.
ENULANI.'-Si. P..tor\i
Hours u: ..erviey: 1-viuinn
piayoi ilniiy ut ii o'eloi'k Fn.ii.ys ul ~*.'iu
suiiduyx ai u Pestivilu: Holy Communion ut ,
a.in., .uori.in^ pi'uyer at 11. fciu.duy Scheml
iuHli-.ibluUni-_-.il. _i.;_Li, cvu.-.iiig |.i��yir ai, 7:.'ei).
First Sunday in Ilm monlli Holy Communion
in. mornniK servlcea.	
piCWdliYTKlUA:. GllUKCU���Keyelstol.-c.
-*��� fcriji-vico ever} Sunday ut 11 n..n. i.i.et 7:HI'
p.m. llibu Clim ut 2::;LI p.m., lo which
ull aro wi-leomo. Prayer i>-.ctlii�� ai b p.m,
every Wcdne.ilay.
KI.V. T. _M UN/-.IICS, P-iK-ir.   c
CATllOLI'.     OlillltlUl - Itcvel
M.t.-3     llr.-l. II'.it  lllilll   r-UIHl..} .- It,
iiioulii ui iii_:.o ll m.
ItEV. P .1*1* I licit T1IAYKI..
I.: OMAN
lv    a like.
IJ A I.V ATION AIIMY-M lulliiKS every i.inht
-'   in Ihe.r ha 1 on Pruni M.ruet
Orange  Ijodge, No   1G5S.
l-f^ulai* inirti-jr.. nro held in tlu
Oilellelliiws Hall .ni iliulhiril l-'i iilay
ni' i1.ich mouth .ii T.r.ii p, in. Vi^tuu*^
Invllll'en (Mi'di.iHv iuvilcl
\\". li. liirm-y. "W.M.; U. 1*. I'elll
piei'i', l.'.'c. See.; Dr. T. Jills, pin. See ; Thos.
Slued. Treasurer.
^|;'i75;'p^
s-5--js?-=.- ���^&a^A
*    ___*���*'-��
\ ��v��i~��*>���- ������j-yessi i
Vul....
Jm>
Court   Mt.   Begbie,
I.O.F.. No. 34(31.
Me-nta in lli. Odd-
lel'envM* lln'l on the*
-ml nnel lib Frill iy-�� of
each inoiitl.. Vi.<.linig
bi'i'ihien invited lo
intend.
pETTIPIECE'S
Difectory
and
Mao
of thc
City f Revelstoke
1899.
I bog to Inform the public
thai the Third Annual Directory and Map of the Cily of
revelsloke will be issued
from the ollice of publication
on or about the 1st of May.
Besides containing a complete
list of tho names, occupation
anel residence of ovcry male
resident of Kevelstoke and
vicinity it will contain valuable information concerning North Kootenay. Placo
vour   order   now.
PRICE   FIFTY   CENTS
Remit   to	
IX. P. PETTIPIECE,
Revelstoke,  B. C.
These Are Facts
TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS,
opened up by thc
Mineral properties
Diamond Core
,K��� l*i.m|ii.."]|,    '
Chief   Ranger.
D.
J. C. Johnson
llec.-See.
jpELSTOEi
oh work;
The Acme���=>
Soda
OPJSS
Klaeksiultliins?* Jobbing
Plumbing*.    -r-"iPe Fittin-S
TinssnitliinS
Sheet Iron Work
Maohinery RePairod
F^iniqg Work a SpsciaKy���_ox_.
RovclBtolco   Station,
[{evelsto^e  Hospital
.Muuiirne' uri'i's nl' i'.ll kinels ul'
AfiMieil \Vnii'i*-. Stiela mul iMiiiet'iil
Wnteer.-- in Syi��iit)iis i\ml  ISottlus'.
Vacteii iui  jit A'uruon  and Ilevel-
-tok-e, B. C.
LW. J. O'jBRIEN,   PROPRIETOR I Ors.   McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants
Maternity Room i.i connection.
Vaccine    kept     ou    hand.
PHOTOGRAPHING A MONKEY.
*N*ulhin_: IJrolcnn.
A recent bride in Washington, who ro-
cclveil many handsome pieces of glassware
and china among her wedding gills, i.s exceedingly prouil uf her Irca.-incs and has a
perlec.t. jewel of a mail!, who hasn't lirnken
a i-ingio piece;. One afternoon not long
ago tho mislrtvs camo home and found the
luaid out. An lieni-or on laler ihodo-
niesrie-. lulurni'd. Her arms were full of
buiidh.'s, ar.d slio carried a basket, lier
faeti v,as radiant.
"Oh," she said, "tho tablo was perfectly
lovely! Itvns ju;,l e-;;at:ily the way yo.i
fix yours when ye^.i have company���candles and cvcrytl'.in:;. It was just too sweet'
l__v.-ryl.iidy thought so."
"What are you talking about?" asked
the ii.i.-.'.re.-s.
'���Y.T.y." answered the maid, "tl-.e
luncheon   my si.-tur pave toiifiy.     I didn't
To nbtiiiii rapiilly tlio knowledge of the value of reefs eir Ictlgos
nolliin-.'i*- to be* e:tim|)ar,.(l with the Oinincinil Core- Drill, which will
prove luiiri: in 30 elay--ihan uu uiulii ul' men tuuiielliiif; or sinking
sliaftscoiild urove in ten yuai-s.
Thn Diamond Coro Drill can pierce
ecret of what it contains from their veil e rock formation, the quicker ir, will do its woi k.
The Dmmnnil Core Drill i< so enimtrimteil that il c.ir. I
pieces- and packed nn rim bucks nf lK..��es nud carried nml
almost*, inaccessible place's wln-iv ������viw..(!i' can be nhtaiist'd,-
be in alniDsL any part til Hiitish Cnlumliia.    ���
For full information aud parliculars apply by letter in- in prrson to
J.    D.     SIBBALD,
REAL    ESTATE   AND     MINING     6ROKERS,     REViULSTOKE
the mountains and   lake fhe
y Ilea rip, a nd  tho  mote solid
e:   lakfii
Wi.l keel
���and   ir,
Table furnished with
tbe* cliDictjst*, ihe market
affords. Best . Wines
-Liquors and Oigurs
a day. Monthly race.
VLB IS IIT STONE, Proprietor.
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INCORPOKATEI)   IIY  ACT  IW   P.Mtl.l VIIENT, 1S55.
HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL
Oi.
Arrow Lake,
BRITISH COi;UMBIA
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PAID UP CAPITAL      -
BEST FUND '.-.__
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F. WouixiiTON Thomas, Oeiiernl Jlanngi'i-.
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g^ rates.
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���est allowi'd ai current
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RATES.   $l.oo   PER   DAY
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of ali "i.i
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the I able
change.
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;*.:? li.*:' buue.i, s. s*l,e tli-cir.sc-d to
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c-!icr:-h. i'. v.ed.kr.a c!*.:.-.a nail
to i;.__.li.;'i r-.ii.iiy. pie:-.-. - uf sil-
��� had adori;, -t ::*.._; liii.ciic-on. nnd
was   ' i>. _.-���.,."'.!}*   l-iveiy "���i'.i'-
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"Well Known for Their
H^^lth Giviag Properties.
He Conlil fsteer.'
telis Th
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tco ) ar._ee
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He I�� the Barde.t  of All   BmUi to Get
B_for_ the Cain.r...
"One of tbe mo=t difiicult brutes to
photograph is -the monkey," said �� mnn
in New York who makes a business of
taking the pictures of all sorts of animals
and birds. '-You may try a= much as you
like, but you will never succeed in making a monkey look straight into the center of a camera for even a Fecond. Its
glance always shifts ofT to one side or tho
other. Nor"will it ever catch your eye
full or fix its own upon yours, and I havo
come to the conclusion that a monkey cannot look at a camera any more than it can
look o human being in tho face.
"lakbadog's head in your two hands
and look into its eyes. The beast will return your gaze, not for long perhaps, for
the contemplation of human intelligence
distresses ail animals. Iiut it is not so
with the monkey. Hold its head as patiently 83 you please between your hands.
o__d it will cast its eyes up to lhe ceiling
nnd keep on winking or cast them down
to tbe floor as If asleep or twist them
around in a most ab--urd fashion to look
over ono side or the other, but never, oven
ln passing by it, will it can'.: ;,i:;i-.
"Why is this? I don't i.i.���,*.*.. imle-s it
Is that the animal has somo -e-crut ie;;ard-
lUB our own origin thnt ll dve-. not \wsli
us to find out. Huwever. if t!a-y aie ba->h-
ful, they aro very intiul-itii.', mid if I
were to leave my camera nnguniilcd for
ten minutes in a cage containing a dor.en
monkeys half the family would bo bu?7
taking photographs of the other hall.''���
Washington Star.
Only Marked It Out.
A lovelorn youth hnd quarreled with hi.)
ladylove, and with bitter, angry word.)
they parted, und he decided tluir lii'o waj
no longer worth living. Abruptly turning into a barber's, he sat in a vacant-
chair aud calmly requested the barber te
cut his throat.
The barber acquiesced, and, tucking th-:
cloth round his neck, llxeel tlio head re*.!*
ir, that the customer's chin v.-is well e'lo-
.-,-itcd. Then c! raw Ins a st.,:,r, --.in f*.**.i
the corner of his wnl.-.iooat and holding it
.Irmly betweeu his linger and thumb, bo
drew the pin quickly across thc neck of
the ninn.
Immediately, with
a red Indian, the- eh
from the chair, shi.'.itin.'.;:
".-uiri.-y, sun ly yi.i: !:.i\k not dene it:
���"Oh.no,   -ir!"   said   the   l,-,r!.. r.     *'
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that   iT.i;',;.,--: .*'.
the r.'cc:.*. cru;
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���yea;   know 1'
the v.-!ii*i-l.    G
up a.1-iigsirin i
a few min*:!
my num.'   I
navai   cion
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Good ac.eoiiiDjod.iliop. A good bar
well sujijilicd v.ith" choice wines
liquors and cigars.
Free Bas RTeets AH
Proprietors.
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as  J*k.ili.y .Mdrle-li.     On.' d.iy ti.o
gul=bed author h.-ippeu. d
a.-i nucilan room while a
tions. old mnr.ii.-crii.rsiu *'. an
going on.    'J'he aiictioiic":-, 1.
haneis a bundle of  I
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e!:-t:a-
tei snunri-i'  into
sale of  rare c :!i-
1 ant'"-trap!. * v.-as
liiing in !-.!���-
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now start them f,v
havi' here tv,'-*) ai.Tu-
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iii-;.- Al'h-ifh. f shall
you nt I'm: price: of li
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linle ��|ipl..'.i."���1'liil.tdcl-
fe'.  5 cents."    .\"o
t'jeiv .vcre' s^ild fr.r 1
Mr. Aldr:''li, in .--,.--,-.l::i)g of ti;,* incid.'t:t
..fterw.-ird to a friend, saiel. "J weaildu't
have cared at all if ihe-y had pore f-.-r 5
Bf/Ui each, bill "lwo fnr :V ri'ialneli'd ..'.')
ve.-ry forcibly of
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A  ^!.-:i:iiri^j.'?. Tri-ni.
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things  p_.i-'i''h!ij.-iy   ::i,c;oi:,f..rf
man. they speak  aLot.  Ii.-.ni:^
with liini.
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eocv and wool from the ��l..i-,i. a
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Now, what is your coat ii:.-.'..:
Tommy?
Tommy (with he_lti��tlon)���Out o' fa
who have j..
Boston Traii-i iij.1
fO     7-1 IKO
Lie:  fe.r   -i
a.   l.-i'-nio
!':!i people
, ever have .'. coe.d time!���
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The bachelor who
li*;iia]ly lives in a Hat
ritd.���i.'lin .igo X-'Ws.
builds   air   .'affflet
after ho gets mar-
In the sixle.-cntb e:e:n:ury frogs were ccia-
Blclered fish and allowed or. fast daya.
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Jncoiueseif ifiti anil upward, and then only
one nian la "00 cennos within its scope.
p^^toB UA  lor   UoJ
"b. FERGUSON,
Proprietor.
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Sl-,rr .-mil I'llicr Kit:Iiii,-'. Viiiilinv
Ki.iini ?. wi'.li "-iih litinl icSiiieci-iliy.
Mir I ile-t iiiii'-hiii'-rv. Dry kiln on he
jirrini""-'. ''--ill mill SOI price* l.e-ror
p.iiigclsi'ivlii i'<*.
SAWYER & MANNING.
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Do   Vou   CJUanfc  a   fiome   in    This] Grocning    ODining   and
Railoiay  Centre  ?
The C, & K. sfcam Navigation Company havo SDm3 of them
lighlful piopprty in Revelstoke.    Ifc ia charmingly   situated,   handy  to
to any portion of the town.    Conic and enquire about it at once.    Easy
terras if necessary.
HMIG & CS-SRIG, Sole Agents
FTjWeCJ-RTY
.Wholesale and Retail Dealer in	
PRI.ME BEEF, PORK,
BOTTOM J-flD SJ1DSJ1SE
All
Vioh   and   Came   in    Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoke
Jievel.tokc Station, Nakusp,Trout Lake City, and Ferguson
THEPIONEER LIVERY^.
Feed find Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake
Saddle    nnel      Pack
always for hire.
Horses
Freighting
specialty.
anil   Teaming   a
Dailv Stapre leaves Thomson's  Landing every morning at 7 o'clock
for Trout Lake City.   lr��>r particulars write |!
CKAIG ic HILLMAK, Thomson's Landing.
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<f   ml Wvr''[ ���������  '-*���������it'^tV-.'---'>  .f^;-vr;-h:::'' -  fe-?:.-  I  Brcught  Down  to the  House Tomorrow  THE MlltSJl ������ PROTEST  THE PEACE PROBLEM REACHES  A  CRISIS  Another  Negro     Burned  the Stake  at  it  LUDGATE ARRESTED  AT DEAD-  MAN'S ISLAND  (Special lo The Herald.)  Ottawa,   April   25.���������T.   0.   Davis,  moved   a  TIE DISWEIRUffi OF 11? SCOTT  THE MISSING STEAM*ER OF ThE  ALLAN LINE ARK1VES  GRMEANY'3  AND  DENIAL ��������� STORMS  SHIPWRECK  Saskatchewan,  in the house today providing that  coal oil should bo placed on the free  list. Ellis. St. John, D.D., seconded.  Nicholas Klood Davin also supported  the  resolution.  Hon. Mr. rielding moved the adjournment of the debate. - In doing  so he said that the house could not  deal with a separate item of tho  tariff, but must deal with tho tariff  as a whole. The resolution was lost  on  a straight part vote ot K3  U  30.  Fielding also announced that the  budget would be delivere'd on Tuesday  nexU  SHE WAS ALL iklGIIT  London, April 25.���������Lady Scott.who  mysteriously disappeared on April 17  last I*"., been found aiid is now v.-itk  relations. The Daily Chronicle says  the matter is being amicably arranged.  A BLUFFER. CALLED  Washington, April- 25.���������The German government has entered a form-  ' ar protest against the language used  by Captain Coghlan. at tho Ilalcigli  Union League club dinner last Friday nio-hr. The protest was lodged '  with iho secretary of state. Colonel  .lolin Hay through the German ambassador. Dr. Von Holenber. Cogh-  land said that Dewey had so scared  the German admiral at Manila that  he was afraid to breathe more than'  four times in succession without first  getting   American   permission. | states  Newton, Ga., April 21.���������Sam Hose,  of the negro who murdered Alfrod  rcsolil tityt Caufoi-il and assaulted hia wife wab  burned at the stake two miles from  here yesterday afternoon in the presence of 2000 peoplo. Hose was taken  from thc jail by the mob and a  procession quickly formed, the  doomed negro being marched at the  head through the principal street's,  of the lown until the public square  was reached. Here ox-Governor Atkinson of Georgia, who lives at  Newman caino hurriedly upon tne  scene. Standing up in a buggy he  implored tho crowd to let thc law  tako its course. It was. in vain and  the negro ��������� was quickly attached to  the stake and burnt to death with  horrible   tortures.  LADY   DISAPPEARS  DAVITT   ACCUS_S BRITISH   GOVERN  MENT OF FOUL PLAY  GERMAN CRUISERS ORDERED TO THE  ISLANDS  TROUBLE   BREWING   AT   VANCOUVER  OVER THE DEADMAN DEAL  liner Mauitobau,. from Liverpool,Apr  I, bound for St.-'Johns,'Halifax . and  Philadelphia, was sighted. off Cape  Race three clays ago apparently in  rti������trr"=������- She should havo reached  hero within a few hours,but is still  adrift. It is believed that her ma-  chin,cry is disabled. Three steamers  are  searching for   her.  XISW   KICGULATIONS  London, April 24.���������The family of  Sir Samuel ... Scott, Conservative  member, of tho House ot Commons  for West llaryleboue, is in a great  state of consternation over the disappearance of Lady Scott, who was  Lady Sophia Beatrix Mary Cadogan,  daughter of the Lord Lieutenant of  Ireland.. The Daily Mail says her  ladyship drove out shopping on  April 1,7. dismissed her coachman in  Bond 'Street, and has not been" seeii  since.  PERILS  OF  THE   D1SI3P c  Jacksonvillc,     Fla.,   April ,24.���������'-\:  special   from     Oak       Hill,       Florida.  that   the     steamer      General  FLOODS EXPECT*:"!)  ������ New Oi leans, April 2.3.���������Crevi s-*es  are reported al Bayou la* Foicbe. between Lockport .-iml Racel.imi. whicli  are said lo be 23ti leal wide, tjome of  the finest plantations in s.-u hern  Louisiana are located iu that vic.ity.  NERVY MAYOR  Vancover. Apiil 2.3���������The great  crisis in the D-.-adiiian's island lease  trouble: came .tu a head lhis niornin.'**.  Theodore Ludg.ito unci ovor :J0 of his  mon were arrested on the island by  the city police. The men were allowed to go their way on promising to np-'  perr at the police court in ili��������� morir  "V?V" ^"���������-���������'ediiiRS were posip-ihed  till tomorrow, however, meanwli.lc an  agreement may be'ioached.  W11ITE" AI A N *S U U K D EN*-  Atlanta.   On.,   April  25.���������The; scries  ..of crimes winch began with the  burning of   Palm-olio l.y  incendiaries  and  the.'lynebing   a   miiniti   later of four  ���������* negroes by whims m that lull-    urn n  ih relali.itiuii, to  be  lolioweil 10 dii'.d  jWhilny   sank   50   miles  east  of  Cape  ���������Canawarel.   One   boat  was   upset  attempting to land at the Mostjuito lagoon  house  of  refuge.   Twelve  men,  including the  captain wero drowned,  (the   chief   engineer,   assistant   engineer, a fireman and sailor' were saved.  SAFE   IN PORT   .  Halifax, April 21.���������The Mauitobau  which was 22 days oul from Liverpool has arrived in the harbor. She  had run short ot* coal and provisions and had on board a.heavy cargo  cargo for St. John's. Owing to thick  ice off that port she was unable to  unload.  AN   OFFICIAL .DENIAL  Berlin, April 2-1.���������The semi-official  North German Gazette denies thc  report sent out in a despatch to the  London News. agency yesterday stating that tho German protected  cruiser Ceiiion had been ordered lo  Samoa and that another crtiisei was  to follow her.  loter  by   the  murder ..f Alfred Oiati-,  lord and ravi-hing ol  his     wil,-.   s|*i.r| SHIPS  IN  COLLISION  which the negro'Sam Hose was'burn-j Victoria, April 25.���������The passenger  ed ul the stake veslerd.iy, have iotised steamer City of Kingston, plvlng bo-  tlio people of Georgia and ;ho whc.le tween here and Tacoma via Seattle  ol tlie south itiloa frev.ied interest in was cut in two in a collision with  social problems of race, Discussion the Ciiina steamer Glcnoglc, near  Sp^C-eSv������noi,e1ln''i,iyI,-,r.U,is,-xT!c?a-:,roco,na- Al1 on-board were saved,  ouesi nn r.?^ ?-'1,- cluiIcs ^'ll ,he'Tlle Kingston - is a total wreck aud  nueslion ot protecting .Un; while wo- the Gleno-lo  men  in sparsely settled districts i- the ! ^cn������=i������  topic of tbe dav. j  Palmetto. Ga., April 23.���������ISlii i  Strickland, and another negro wen*  lynched heie today and their botlie  mutilated,  r_17RT i" \ nr i.-c   ' !    Cecil  Rhodes has beeu  defeated  In  IUlc   Transvaal     and   the   old   Dutch  The cable form the Azores islands to! party   returned   to   power. -    ���������  America  and   Great   Hiit.iin  js to be  badly   injured.  NEWS   IN   NUTSHELLS    .  In an encounter with tho Filipinos  yosterday,   near   Qtiinguali   fur   iniles  of   Malolos;   seven    Americans   were  woandad.  has beeu  I killed   ami   44  !    Cecil  Rhodes  laid.  ~Tne "verdict of the Windsor hotel,  jSew York, inquiry was lhat the holocaust was tbe lesult of an accident.       j  Premier Emerson, of9New Biuns-i  wick has been exonerated from all I  charges of political dishonesty.  A case of rinderpest, cattle plat*ue,  has been discovered bv the St. Paul,  Minnesota," health deraftmenfc.  Greac Britain will "abrogate the  Clay ton-Bui wei* treat v iE L'anada, secures an outlet" to Hie ocean through  Alaska.  TIIE   JUDGE   BROKE   DOWN"  Donald Perrier was .found guilty at  New Westminster of the murder o������  Jennie Anderson in a house of ill  fame last fall and sentenced to be  liansed oil May 10th. Perrier maintained his habitual calm demeanor  and said: "It 1 go to the gallows, I  ���������so as a man not as a criminal." Chief  ^Justice McColl broke down on the last  'ivords  as  he  pronounced   sentence  of  SPLENDID  RECEPTION  The Duke and Duchess of Vork have  met with a splendid reception in Ireland, in fact the exceptional cordial-  itv or their welcome from all classes,  including the peasants, made a con-  sieJerable impression. The Earl and  Countess, of Cadogan had a very smart  Jil^ti' ^ ^e viceregal lodge,, Dublin,  during the Duke and Duchess of York's  visit, including the Countess of Warwick, whose jewels and dresses quite  eclipsed all others. Among the other  guests wero the Duke and Duchess of  Abercorn, Lady Helen Stewart, the  Burl of Shaftesbury and Lord Covington. One.' of the leading ��������� functions  was n ball given by Lord and Lady  He bona of Kandahar on Thursday  eiening. the cream of Irish - society  beinc present. *" There was a dazzling  scene In the ball room, tbo walls  being covered willi -1,000 pieces of  ptlisheel steel armor anel trophies won  by Irish regiments in foreign  battles.  The Mayor of 'Vancouver'has in-  strticted the .police ..to prevent .Ltid;  gate starting his mill operations' oil  Deadmans'  island.  A four year old child named Beatrice Hanbury was killed in ' \V"..-  uipeg on Saturday .by an' eiuolric  car.  BUTTON'S   CRITICISMS  London, April 2-1.���������The T imos,  wliich prints this morning extracts  from various criticisms of General  Hutton on tho condition of the Cana  dian forces says: It is to bo hoped  that, the reforms suggested will assume practical shape without delay  Patriotism demands the satcrilice  entailed.  ON THE SHELF  Ottawa. April 22.���������It has been  learned ou good authority' that the  Kettle River Valley railway hill is  not to be proceeded with a this session of tlie house.  TIME   TO   THINK  - o  Quebec,   April   22.���������J.   Dickson,tho  murderer   of   Pepin,   has' been   condemned by Judge Boss     to 14 years  penal   servitude  in   the  penitentiarv.  DOUBLE SUICIDE  Man and  Woman  Die  Edmonton  by  Poison at  Edmonton, April 22.���������A man named Rowland was seen walking with  his flancce last night and in half an  hour later both were found dead,  with the indications pointing to suicide. Rowland was well known hero  having beeu formerly employed b>  the N.W.M.I', as dog driver and Interpreter. No cause is assignee! for  couple poisoned themselves with  strychnine.  AN ALLAN  LINE STEAMSHIP REPORTED MISSING  Lei-lin, Apjril 22.���������Wilhelm Liebt-  noelil, the Socialist leador .has received a leiter from Michael Duvitt.  Nationalist member in the British  House of Commons for South Mayo,  in which the writer says that ne is  abel lo coufnni from his own personal knowledge that the charges recently brought in the London Tiutii  against tho London Missionary society by Lloyd Osbourne, stepson ot  the lato Robert Louis Stevenson,wnc  liaracterized the society's antagonism to Mataafa, a Roman Catholic,  as the whole cause of '.the Samoan  troubles. Duvitt describes Chie."  Justice Chambers as nominal! ai.  American but in reality an Englishman, who is anxious to promote the  Anglo-American     alliance.       He   ox-  csscs his hatred of England and  warns the Germans against making  the Americans answerable for the  blameworthy altitude of one or two  person.  "All thc trouble,'' says Davitt, "is  due to English intrigues. You may  rely on the United Stales settling  matters honorably and fairly as soo;*:  as they learn the true origin of tho  riots."  LET    LM   ALL  CO.ME.  London,April 22,���������Despatches from  Shanghai lo ' thc News Agency ��������� say  that the German protected cruiser  Celion has been ordered to proceed  to Apia, Samoan Islands, after embarking an extra supply of ammunition at Kiau Chow, China. Another  cruiser will  shortly follow her.  BLOOD  13-.UP -������������������  Vancouver, April 22.���������Deadman's  island affair is rapidly Hearing a  crisis. The city is determined to resist to the last and has ignored the  letter from the deputy minister of  militia slating that the government  had leased the island to Ludgatc because the city had nothing to do with  its disposition inasmuch as the  guards are still - stationed on Dead-  man's island, with instructions to expel trespassers. .Ludgate stated this'  afternoon that he was making preparations ��������� to . break the ground  shortly. ������  SCHOOL  " Ottawa.  It i.s stated that the Dominion government have decided upon regulations, as it was Inlimaled. suine time  aco that 'lhev would, prohibiting  American steamers from running be-  tv.-p'ii points on the Upper Yukon  rl-.cr. its tribuiari'.s and the lakes.  The masters, mm.!* and engineers of  ihe ('iiniidiun sunnier., carrying over  <" pe.-'s.'iiger.i. will have tn have  TirilNh crtHicates; in fact tbo restlla-  l!c.ns will be a strict enforcement nf  thr laws prolillilllng fori'lgi) steamers  fr.-'u trading botween two Canadian  nelnis. An olllcer will be sent up to  e-r.forco the law.  CONTRACTS'FOR  MAILS  CARRYING  There Is much interest being take;}  annum ilvnl Montreal shipping linns  just now in the contracts for carry-  ip~ the mails to Great T.'.ritain during  ihi. summer' season. The B;avcr  Line, now under the jurisdiction of  E'.d.-r Dempster & Co.. were bidding  roi the business of mail currying, anil  Messrs. Allan and Torrance also wero  in Uie field early. Fnr lhe last week  Mr. John Torrance. Jr.. has .been in  Ottawa, and it is reported the mail  contract has been secured by the  Drm nlon  ytr-ar.  l_"n_   llll   August      of   tlvs  HOPE  RETURNS���������  QUESTION   AGAIN  From   o'er   the  -Rocky   Mountains,  From  the land  of golden  ore,  A printer sad  and weary  On   his   eastward   journey   bore.  Past   caves   of   purest   crystal  Cast up   in  many  dyes;  By  lakes,  that  in  the sunshine.  Mirrored   shadows   of   the   skies.  Through the mountain's rugged  passes  AVhere the wolf anil grizzly stiay;  With   thoughts  of  belter^ days  agone  He wandered on  his way:-- ...  How ho once was proud and hopeful,  When      he     learned     the'   "case"'  "down   home,"  Little   dreaming   lhat   a   hobo  O'er  the  land   he's  someday  roam.  But   at   last   he   struck   the   prairie  And as ho .gazed  out on the plain,  rshaw!    I'll  till   th  land,  he  said;  And   hope  came  back   again.  ���������L. J." F.  . Calgary, ��������� April  24,   '99.    *  ,���������,��������� _ April 22,���������In tho Senate  today Senator Terley moved to. ;  copy of the letter from the Archbishop of St. Boniface.lo thc government oil the -school question, and  dated   October  hist.      He  said   there  was a rumor that some' i.*j;uou,.  sent hush money  to the  Archbishop.  L'hat was why ho asked for a copy  Mills stated 'Ue woultl hnve to get  permission from Laurier before complying. The Archbishop is anxn.n*.  to have fhe letter produced in the  Senate. .  ALASKAN  BOUNDARY  .   Washington,   April   22.���������An   unexpected   delay      has  occurred   in    the  negotiations  .   towards -the   Alaskan  boundary      modus     vivehdi,     wiiich:  which makes the future of the modus  quite   prbblematic.    Extended   confer--  enres wore held on the subject today.  Rexsiiita   are   far   from   encouraging, i  Principal  difficulties      '      " '  Norman K. Luxton's paper, Town  Topics, of Vancouver,', having called  down a sensational revivalist by'ftfe  name of Fair, an advertisement appears in -the daily papers that next  Sunday ho (Fair) will - preach on  'Fire" and that during the service "he  will burn up the Luxton Polico Gazette, that dirty little paper known as  Town Topics." Mr. Luxton says he  could not havo chosen a stronger  drawing card. Town Topics is vigorously exposing the humbugs'of Vancouver among whom Mr. Fair seems  to bo one of tho biggest*.  A bloody ' Highbinder war has  broken out in the Chinatown of  Fresno, Cal. As a result flvo Mongolians are dead ar.d nino in-jail.  The hp.ic.het men were imported from  San Fijanciscci and although \''io  police had notice of tlieir coming,  they managed  to  evatlo detection,  ing with  Ottawa as well������ ������__������S)_don" L T1\c,  n.88"*"*  general   ������">**&*  ������������  This dual negotiation causes a great.tl,e  B,anlv- of Commerce,  .I.  H. Plum-  deal of "delay and  complications.       !?JSJhb fw���������B^    ?:������       ?aWSOn     -y.'  -    .ADRIFT   nv   rrriw   n^P    ���������      l^1' le  the'G ]>? -Wl11  ���������al*c A special   aDKU--1--ON-^THE--DEEP���������^-=*=-;-stitdy-oribankiug-'as-adapteiT-to-ttlie-  St. -Johns,   Nfld.,   April   22.���������Allan conditions   of   tho  Yukon.' *  .\JI  compm  INCORPORATED 1370.  Bieye  aits  To enjoy riding a wheel it is essential  to be suitably attired  Wc have fortius season thel>most complete and most approved outfits for gentlemen cyclists^  likely  to  require we  Anything vou arc  Tod Sloane, thc American jockey,  5s falling off in the estimation of  English racing men. He had not  ridden many -winners this season.  Medicine Hat town council have se-  ctireel permission from the Executive  to use the government road grader for  fixing their  streets.  The Colonial Investment company  is .fitablishing branches in the Territories.  ,can furnish.  We have the newest designs.in suits and  knickers, double seated with or without  extensions  Suits -     - $7.00  Knickers -    -     - $2.75 to $4.00  Stockings    -    -      -      $1.50   " $2.25  We havc'also a complete line of Ladies  and Gentlemen's Bicycle Loots.  Hudson's 5aP  Co., ^algan)  The Lardeau railway is assured.  Steamboat communication with  the Big Bend and Canoe River  g������old fields is being* pushed forward.   A great future is opening  up before  The City of Revelstoke  How is the  time to take hold of  the resnammg- chances of bargains  in business and residential  property.  These are some properties  are handling  IMPERIAL B/^NK  "���������OF CANADA  H������=ttd Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,003,00.  faserve     ...    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland   President  r.R.Merritt, Vice Pres.", (St.Catharinea)  AVilliam Ramsay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayutr  Elias Rogers.  D. R, Wilkie, General Manager,  Branches  North XVcti and British Oolumbia  -���������   /  Erandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  N  South Edmonton  ONTARIO.  Niagara Falls  V_,_tcouvet  Winnipeg  Revelntokc  ���������ljon, B.  Essex  Fergus  Gait  ineprfioll  List owei 1  at. Ihomaa  Toronto  Welland  Woodnt/ock  Hamilton  we  Port Colborne  Rat'Portage  Sault St. Marie  St, Catharines  Montreal, Quebec,  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of  ,$1   and    upwards    received    and  interest allowed.  Debenture, ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purctiased.  Drafts, and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will bo accounted fop at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts In tho  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Brar.uh  ^ WALL >i  aperS  S7C0 will luiy two fine business lots 7 ������intl S, block 10, on first street. 50  by 100 feet.   Opposite'-II. P. Peitiuiece's maule-iei*.     E*sy terms.  $250 cabh will buy two nice lots. 50 by 100, nearly opposite Sampson's  bouso.   Lots :j and l, Block 11.  $:?i"_0 will bay a lot 25--.100, next the Front Sfc Post Oflice.  $1000 will buy a block, 75x100 on Campbull Avenue.  91000 will buy a Ion 25x100 in tlio centre of the business part of Mackenzie Avenue'.   -  $700 will buy two lots, G anel 7, block 0, 50x100 opposite C. 13. Hume &  Co.'.s wiu-e house on Campbell Aveuuo.  $1000 will buy n houso and lot O.block 40, on Third Street,  bath room and pantry.     $100 down and balance on  purchaser.   Tin. lot i.s 50x100.  $3,500 will  buy a block  Froncing ou First   St. opposite tlie Imperial  Bank.    Size 100xf50x75.   Corner Connaught   Avenue   and   First  St.   The C. P. R. tiding runs along ono wide.     A "splendid  busi-  ne?. location. '  S20C0 will buy a business block 50x100 Fronting on First St., between  the two banks. ' A line site foi.'"a bu&iuuss hou~-'~.  Five rooms  time to suit  Grogan & Oo. are hand-  Jfa ling some of the finest  A mining propositions in the  'Jj? Big Bend, Lardeau and  Jf������ FishOreek camps of North  A. Kootenay. Full particu-  - lars obtained and furnished about mining claims in  the District.  Cnrnes   Cieek   Consolidated   and   Great   Western  Mines  Limited, at 25 cents.  ~3pd  if  FIRE INSURANCE���������AVe aro agents for It. P. Ritliet & Co'*, companies.  ONEY TO LOAN  Canvassing agents for tho Equitable Savings, Loan aud  Building Association. No membership fees. No necessity  to tako shares. No Ones. The association oilers a  straight loan repaid in monthly instalments. Can be paid  off altogether after two years.  Office  Oode  Address :   Revelstoke.  Herald Omce.  Moreing    Neill.  '"ill-. Iiierraiii.-..   Mien-.,- Kin-  bi.A-i_.i Hills, nnel  l������nl<_rs of  !i!lcl..-=,cri]jIioiif.  'riii' e-ln'.'1'.H"-*! anil lieist stock of  WA l.b 1*,\ I'KKS in thu city.  I.ilieiral   ilii-count.-.   idven   ejll  all C115I1 ...rel.i>.  I   el-al  onlv    iii    W A  t. I,  1' A 1' r. ll s- anil.iolie-iii.il  l!i������li__iion of my stock.  W.S.Bipney  ���������MeK,E,NZIE..HVE.  ���������v.,������������������  Canadian  PtfcifiG  Raiivyav.  , and Soo Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST  AND   WEST  FIRST CLASS AND     -  TOURIST SLEEPERS   from..'....  PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  Quick Time,  Fewest Changes,  Good Service,  _.Lowest. Rates  Tickets   issued    through  and  Baggage   checked to destination.  DAILY TRAINS.  Eftst." West.  S 25k. .Ive��������� Itevelstoke���������Ive. 16.50k  TO AND FROM   KOOTENAV POINTS.  S.lok..Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr..lC.05k  For    information,   time   cards,  maps and tickets apply to  T. XV. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  XV.   F.    Andkrson,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Covi.K, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  J  J. \ Hu"  & Gompaqy  Butchers   snd  Retail Dealer, in Beef, Fork etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All  orders In  our lino prom  filled   f������v&^k>*&frv  We Hav    a Goad Supply or  Building  Material  nnd Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CAS  Call at I se 3 n i. We c ii fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station ,"b C '^^las^Alxiixi^SSSiii'^Si&x  &;---S2S^^  Wanted  Nom is the time Blouse Goods j  !./-<: wanted and u;e have just  received a beautiful range in  Zephyrs, Sateens, Piques, Fancy  Ginghams, Etc. Tliey are all  in dainty colors and pretty  patterns. The prices run from  ten to twenty five cents, which  makes them c.rtra good values  Wc also show sonic snaps in  black Brocade and plain Lustre  skirts, along with a very fine  assortment of linen skirls, these  Kith all thc newest novelties in  Belts, Gloves, Hosiery, Etc.,  should make a visit lo our store  profitable.  Millinery.  Dressmaking.  ��������� Tlie l.yi'i'iiui l'n. tei-niglit,  ��������� Diin'l hum* ln-iiiglii's piny.  "Tlii' Mi'i'i-ii.-u.t nt' Vi'iiii'i*"' loniglu.  .-mil liitc-lii's iin- worl h $2npioe o  The Cash Bazaar  XV. MKI.DKCM, .MAN.Uil.I-..  HOWSON lil.OfK. ��������� MrKENZIE _AVK  THE ^'IflEL^ITlM*^  ���������������   BIt.1 ���������������>___.���������___  Thl*. venr will bo handled by tiie Cniinelii 1" rni;  .1 Book Co. Thev are b first class wheel,���������onn  l-j IihiI In different colors, nml nt reasonable  price1*. Don't purchase before seeing these  wheels.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  LIMITED.  CHAS. R. -Mc.-DO.VAI.I), Mimngor.  Mckenzie avi:., revelstokjb station.  Mn*,'  now.  WE ASK FOR MORE  As  llt'l'll  v. hicli  yet      nn     announcement  miiile'     nl'       lln)       way  1ms  in  1  the'     inise'i-iilili'       ilrilili'l     nl'ii^j  A. .Mcliiiiiv,  uT .Salimiii Arm. -pent |$lfi,()(i'J    nllolloil    Iiy   tin*    I'i ovincial  i few davs in town I liis week anil   left'  rv^r-*-<,-f--*?'---^r---*v^'*'->r--^>'��������� ^^  V ���������_2t."������-.*A,i'.-....C".x..._-._,..-___.��������� Jv_-j.Vj._^_.;_yC'.^^\Vi..J^i.-. _.._^^._. J.^k-i-0-i^.'i_ J-Ui-'W>������������������������-'^--iej.  d  '-Si Kv  fur lie>��������� ii(- tm \Vt"iliiesilay ovening.  (.'iivi'i'iinienl te) iin tliis vein's   woi I; of  iipenir.g up tin: ri'sniirees of tliei Revel-  Two liiuiili'fil anil   fniir  pupils   Inivi1  lieen   eniolli'il   on   tlie   public'   se-liool j s| ,i|;,. .Hsli-ic-t is In be expended.       liis  venr.  One bundled and .-evenly pupils : ������,,,~j���������l5- i��������� lie a (1 iflit-illt- mallei  to divide  i!  ii|).snii-tnsul i-fvlliiilegiliinalo neeeH  COMING EVENTS  May 24.���������Ciili'doniai) spoils under tbe  (inspires of the St.. Andrew's Society.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  ���������Shakespeare".-* best Lo niglit.  J). F. Cameron left again Thiii'-ilny  morning for the Nettie J_.  J. J. Foley, eif Arrowhead, camo up  on the south train yesterday..  R. Gieen. M.P.P., of Kaslo. wen'l  through to Vii-toria on yesterday's  train."  Traftie* on the Troul Lake iviiggon  i-oad goes on foot mainly just at  present,.  There will be. service a*. 11 a.m. .-ind  7:30 p.m. in St. Peter's eliureli to-  liiorrciw.  B. K. Atkins-, of the Mail. i;etarneil  to town ou Thursday morning from  the west.  It is reported in Arrowhead that the  Minto is te*.- be put on tlie run from  Kevelstoke lo 1-aforme this season.  Jackson, an olel time prospector anil  trapper on Canoe river; came in by  boat from his camp on Canoe river tu  town on Thursday evening.  Ca.imir. the Indian who killed  Philip Walker at Kamloops last week,  was trtt-c! on .Monday and found  gniltv anel sentenced to lie hanged on  June 2nd.  The Dominion estimates include  S2o,C0D for improvements in llie  narrows between the Upper and Lower  Arrow lakeland .$3.0011 for llie removal  nf rocks in the Columbia liver above  Reve::-toke.  F. Koi.y. who -.���������.-enl down to St. Leon  Hot Sprinirs a few elays ago so badly  crippled up with rheumatism that lie  had to be carried into the train, re-  ���������lilfil'fcti"-rfii-^V.'PlliTCSllJTy ejciurfilet'el.v"  restored to health by the heneiicial  wateis of the spring?.  There is nothing it) the gazette:about,  the appointments of those reioni-  lnendi'd hy tlie cevmcil to ;ict as ;)olire  and license eninnii:--ionurs lien*. The  city c-lei k received instruct ions to  write and find nut the cause of the  elelay. which spe-ms both unreasonable  .-ind iincourteons.  Tho.*-. Taylor, mining rec-cu'der at.  Tumi Lake   Citj"  iiave been   in  at leniliince during  I hi  pii'si'iil ini.nl Ii.  ro-ilny .1. I). Sibbalil is I ran������l'i'ri'big  his utlice In lbe epiiirlers I'l'cenlly  occupied bv lbe Ciriii'.- Creek l.'on-  siilidali'il, while .1. M. Scot I goes into  .Mr. Sibbald's ollice.  John Kirkup. lhe' lin.-sl.iiul gold  cumini���������inner, wenl, llirougb liom  ('aliforuia bi.iini' this ninriiiiig. lie  bad heard of I he repi'il nf bis brnl her,  W.Kirkup's death, but bad l.u deliuite  news.  The management of Tipping's Opera  I Icni.se* musl I'll lii'i- ib vi-esome niel bod  of keeping the occupants of the  galli'i ies iu order or else e lose t lien) up  .illogi'lhi'i'. People go tliere lo enjoy  llie at'lin;; not In lie annoyed with the  illliied aiilie s of M'ould-lie funny smart  alecks in lilt; audience.  Business Locals  lie willi lhe crowd to-nigbl.  ���������1 House silks al 51. IC. Lawson's.  ��������� Head K.tt. Jackson's advertisement  for bai gains.  ���������Sailor bats���������new importations���������nl  M. IC. Law.-on's.  ���������Kiiiirne Urns, announce a special  sale in this issue.  ��������� Ladies' ribbed vests and silk vests  at M. IC. Lawson's.  ��������� It. Tupping is preparing to supply  Ibis district with garden plains.    Jm  ��������� The latest up-to-date Min_liaele_  and ladies' umbrellas at JI. K. Law-  son's.  ���������Special attention is drawn to lbe  H. Applelnn Company's advertisement,  in lhis issue.  ���������Strawberries, rhubarb, asparagus,  green onions, radishes, lettuce, fresh  in at Geo. Bell A: Co.'s.  ���������A new consignment jusl, opened at  our store of athletic and summer  cor.sels.    M. K. Lawson.  ���������liovs' suits. latest, styles and  quality in material (irst-e-lass. for boys  from I lo 10 years at Al. JC. Lawson's.  ���������l>r. U. Matbison will lit: at bis  dental oflice, over tbe Canada Drug A:  Book Co.'s store, from April __lih lo  May Tl Ii. Call early and make ap-  p.'iintinenls. '.','2���������If  ��������� Pel lipiece's Direct nry and Map of  lln* City of Revelsloke is now in the  hands eif the printer, and will be out  mi or inlioiiL May 1st. It, is very complete in every detail.    Price iiO cents.  QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY PROGRAM  H::in nan.���������  Trnp Slioolinpr.���������I'rizes   Silver   Klie-k,   Gold  Mud nl nnel Kive Silver Medals.  1 ii.ni.���������  ,-.il vnrels nice ���������Children under eight.  SO "vnrds riit-e.���������l'.ovs under li.  .-,0 vnrd- nice.���������t'irls under 12.  Hi)'Minis nice.��������� Hoys over l_! nnd under 10.  7". vard- rue!\���������llirls over l'J.  ���������j:ii'Minis.��������� Opc-ii.  Throw Inn rrie'rit-t lisill.��������� ileinilicuii.  2im vnr.l.-**eih-!iu'le rnce.  it'll vnrels eln-li.  Tew-Iim the caber.  1 mile bievi'le r.ie.'.  Siniidiuu I.rond jiiinii.  ���������'. id vnrd ������ rare  Kiu'iiiiiil' hinli jump.  ;.-' mile bicycle rnee.���������ilojs r.inli'r I.".  liiuiiiln^ broad jump.  '1 l,r"e lee<:ed race.  Klinliiui; hop, step .".lid ji-.mji.  I mil.' run.  I'm.in-.- lhe Mint.���������Hnndienp.  !..(. mr'ls Chine-"' rnev.  '.. mile bii'vule r.i-���������������.���������I.i*..'.l"<.  s*i ;. urd-. fni lnnn'-- rnee ---'-u 11.^ o- .-.'-o;'.  ."0 .v_,;-d.-, old iniin'M rnee.���������rn' >e:ir^ or over.  ���������_'.u". nr.Is hurdle nice.  V.ialtin^ v. i I li pole.  lir.'-o p.m. ���������  Iloi*..!! I'.nee*.���������l-l mile open.  1. in'le���������e'.yi*-*es.  ilrand Imi'. in ceiiinir.  t.-.ji.t'.'-l?.���������Hiulilftiid Mini: nnd I'ip" I'b-yia*-'. '  l.itt oi p-i/es iiubli>.iit:tl iit'.er. '  of the whole of Ibis large eli<-trift in  which I're'sb iliseiiverics of the iitinosl  proniise ai e conliiiually being inade.  Tliere is, for inslance, Isaac creek, on  which a number of location.*! have  lu'i'll niaile wil bin lln' pasl e-oup.e of  years and which is declared by those  who euiobl lo know' to shew indications of being in llie* Lardeau iniiier.il  bidl, bul lo whicli there is uo niellioil  of aero:--.: whatever. This cauip lies  clo.-e to town nnd ils eleveleipmeiit  woulel mean ;i great, deal for Kevel-  sloke. Again, lliere is lhe Lufonue  creek camp, on i\hich ai'livooperations  have already eonnueiii ed on the Aelair  urinip, in tl'.e Impe of a trail being  built. I liis year lo aid the work of  devi'liipnioiiL This is a camp in which  Revelsloke is also directly interested.  And so on t lirnugliuut. lhe dislrict.  Tbe Lardeau proper alone will require  nil of lbe .';'; 15,000 to keep up with tile  development, wliich llu: construction  of tbe railway will bring with it. Fish  creek is anol lu'f camp on which the  present stage of development urgently  requires Cue: judicious expenditure of a  large amount or money and on which  instead $2.01)11 i.s going to be squandered in a useless bridge wliich will  swallow up quite a slice of onr _!_13,000  before the waggon road up the e-reek  can be pul in shape and extemled so a.s  lo make tin' bridge available for any  purpnse whatever.  There are all these tlislricls and  others to be considered in the elivision  of the paltry stint whicli the miners'  friends govornnienl at Victoria has  doled out lo us. Besides these demands, there is a trail to be buill from  Coldstream to the mouth of Canoe  river. Our local member dnQS not  appoar,to take nine li inleiesl in tins  demand. Bul, the lliiHAi.n assures  him thar. il. is going to be inado prolly  intoiesting for hi in from now out  until we get it, sal islied. That trail is  necessity to Revelsloke iu'order ro  pioneer the development of the territory belonging tn her. Even if wege-l  steamers placeel on lbe. river this  summer, as there is every likelihood  I lial we shall, tlio trail will be required  from the proper examination of lbe  country 'let.ween Coldstream and the  nioi.tb of Canoe river, We li-ive  In have it. and the proper place fur  .1. M_. Kellie. .'.l.P.K. ju-L now is  VicleVria. where he she).lid be urging  onr claims until tlie Government  accedes to them.  ^  m  ?f  1 No HhiMer, No Kuss, Jusl l!u*-iies_, That's All.'  m  m  m  r-'*i  t/'.'l  J-**;**  x.\   '  MEMS' FURNISHINGS  &i    NEW SPRING NECKWEAR,   MEW SPRING HOSIERY, NEW f-f.^  r'f'i SPRING UNDERWEAR. f,*s  ������4 ....    ;:i  KiS    ALL THE VERY LATEST AND NEWEST STYLES IN HARD  "t- J  V.'-J  vi*- ���������  :������������������ _  ^ _.  ,_~~i.r  x%  g  1  . Dealer i.i  O  S-i  HATS,   SOFT HATS. CAPS,   LINEN AND STRAW  HATS FOR  SUMMER.  '���������'*',.  X7--I  ' - 1  -'��������� <  r.i-'A  ���������il-:i  fen  t-V  '-.~i  i������.  I  i  &  t'-7>,  &  m  m  m  m  rf.x  &  f*.-"-i  XL>-j  m  m  Beady-To-Wear Olofching*  FOK MEM, BOYS AMD CHILDREN.     V/E  HANDLE THE VJ.  E. SANFORD MFG CO. CLOTHING.   KNOWN -FROM  PACIFIC   TO   ATLANTIC   TO   BE   RIGHT    IN  QUALITY, RIGHT IN STYLE, PERFECT  FITTING, AND BETTEK THAI-  ALL, TO DEVALUE FOR  YOUR HONEY.  IT WILL NOT PAY YOU TO  BUY ANY OTHER.  BOOTS AND SHOES  OUR   BOOT   AND    SHOE    DEPARTMENT   IS   ENTIRELY  SEPARATE.     WE HAVEA VERY COMPLETE STOCK  OF   MEN'S,    WOMEN'S   AND    CHILDREN'S  BOOTS AND SHOES.  Taylor Block.  AMES   ULL &   ,0  McKenzie Avenue.  S. ��������� _'  in  i ~_-  ��������� *��������� v  r. "s  ������  i ������������������_/  m  m  <-;~j  in-J  '&>j  1$  &$  i  m  m  V'.iJ  r,'.f\  <:WJ  r .^ ^j~t,.->^ r-,-^ rr-'^rZ''!- ''������������������~>i'i'^r^-'^i'''!^itr^P~,'l^- ~!K-^r''rivK'f*r^''',r:-''^r*7:rt?nr7'^K-:~'r^iZ"7;t?^r7.i;,  ������&^iiL;jlJU^U7������^Ai7������Oi^7..:Jl'i^SJ^zJ^^  ��������� For Sale or Rent.  Lot R, Illk 11, (.oi'posite Albert Stone's resl-  deuee), niixl-JO, leneed, innke line i-nrdeii. snle  preferrnble. Apply It. I', t'ettipieee, iiiuhorlzed  intent.  For Sale   .  .Ji",:':*. will Iinv n livr-si'-i-ic'l store :i.*ixl!~i~ lot on  I'l-inil street." Terms ?".2,"i down nud   5SUW.ii  monthly   pnyiiieiits.  pply IliaiAI.u oliiee.  Ajiply    nt    this   ollice.  -'_     For Sale  llonrdinc  House   nnd   l.ol,   Second   Rlreel,  Centre.    This lion*-o is 'Jiix-I I, to tie sold Willi or  without iiRiiM-holel ei'ieet-.    Apply Mi:->. Loi*.-,-  vi.i.d. I'roi". >  FOR SALE.  A VIVE KOOM"D, one-siory house, wilh  br.tlirooni emtl pnutrv, and "_e:c.:!_> i*oot loi on  Tliipl Mreei iu"l. for snle. l'rice ?l,UL*t>. ?Ul'J  d.iHii unci bieliiin-i- mi time to .-nil pi:ivliii--er.  Apply nt this otii'*e tl"  EGGS.  J-~:r>ri_? from pure lired wi/c wi:ir,iii������ st.i.'k of  ot j White    I'lMiioiilli  Hoc!:..   ?J for n,  telling ol  I'I '-n_s.        ���������  _^:. J.oiis* ^. .in:s.  I..;;i*. e ordei*-. nt llourne Bros." ��������� ��������� tin  WWWii  I  HAVE ALL THE LAXLST  ;"rot5\     /<^5\      ,'ZxZ\      !"<(   r~af --S������\  JD) O ^ ^fl^^O^  ^  ^  I'.y  Kiplin;:,   Anthony Hope,   II. ,,.,,���������,.  llnKfiirel.  il nn I er.   Hull,  cniii, S, .,,.-!  -wlez,  en-,   nlao   n new lot  of      '.'.,*  Colunibin lln-.i.li  'PHOT0GRAPHS  ������������5~'-KNtJI.lSIl 'iOilACOOJ:.  ?r->       'i  ^iH. --.ers-  , ......  ���������~aJ u  v^,*' a  ,*J-i'.i 'i-ij'ii ."--i���������i .������'.>s .  ii i3li jJ J   ^1 iJ lis  G>*  o  *lr*i  o  %  **��������� %  #  viji,  S-=������i*lT������f tJl-J-;  -y__-J  O  Q-4  o  pi  ft  M  o  R  W  l-l  ft  : >  ft  1  Gents' Furnishings, ^  Boots and Shoes,f|  Hats and Caps, if  Stationery,]!  ' Toba.ccos,|  Cigars, Btc,|  Fancy Articles,^  Patent Medicines, Btcf  SPRING SUGGESTIONS-  ������;.; y.\ ^~~~~nt on n Utile pniut nnel viiruish nud la'ij^hlen up the house.  .-:��������� ���������:��������� JX. piielenite ofeinr Wall t.'iuish will imiiti* plnsteied wnlls look new.  ;-;.; ;-:���������; ZC Imve iilso'JIislinde.sof the! celebrated l-:leplinnl ICuninels.  ���������;��������� *���������'.��������� jSTeitlilnii liko our " Irouile 1'lcior I'liinls."    Dry hnrel its crnnite.  ;.;.; ;.;: 'X'itils of nil shinies kopt iu slu.'k nud 20 lu choose from.  -.;-* Sinius both in oil nnd vnrnisli, and of llie be.st brn'iid.  HARDWARE AND   TIN SMITH ING _<������_.  W. M. LA"WRSNOE,  ^Sv^KstihinU'S ^ivon (tn roofi_u: aiu! fnrntici: worl:.  ip5  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, NotariesPablic, &c.  I'nylor llloele, MeKenzie Ave..  Ilevel-stoKC Stn.  Monev to I.oiin.  SV. While, 0. C. .1. M. Sentl, ll.A.,1.1,,1).  .". 1.. Gwillim.  /"*  rrr t���������^>\  THE LARDEAU RAILWAY  Work Will Cor_r���������er.cc or. the Kootenay !  Lake End ct Or.ce I  f- rhr'KV  K,s i������w L.-1 i���������*��������� 1 \  X  HERB   TEA  Fcr._^_-.r.i=rr2*J.  :'ELGOD  Sunn, w.'.-k- ���������������������������-go tie- .Min-'i' p'v.iicr.."]  . lb-it the C.P.I:. Miiulei soe������! e (iiiuit-tie e  j i-iin-iin. iii.n n: l lie road I rem: th" !ie*ad  ol* ICi c.-iiiiy ::ikf In Ai-.ov. I.e-ael and : ���������  1ilt.1t ���������.'.���������.*!���������'_< well!.I ti.iimieiic:' ,-.t, El.i-  iei.d. Tliis pivil'.u'tiiui pi uv.-s r e-rrect j  |,ts Mi. ft. SJ.up;'le. .���������.���������.���������.g-.-rinii-tide-iit el":  lib- l'.e-ii;." elivi-ieni eif the V.V.11. ���������  j iufen iiii-.l tl:'- Miner l.-e-t. fv.-n>::g tlTat '  , con-ti uction   i\ ill   coiiiim-.-ici- a.s  soon;  I .1.- Ill IMIILC.-lll.'lli.- can  be UMeie. 1  !     Mr. M.iip-.le airiv.-J ":n  lb-  c-:ry l-.-t |  ; e-_ ninis ac-.-omp-'iiiC'd by IT .T. C.-nibie, ; r|i*Mi--T:  ' t hief 1.11''inee:   ..f_r!���������������   17. P.I!... for .'. be i   . .-.'.'.' ...  STOMACH  LIVER  and KIDNEY.TR0U3Lr.tS  25 CENTS A PAG*AGE  Ono i-M<*I_n_ie niaVc-s ono q\-firi <������f mo.'Iifinc.  We to  jjwgj  "W "7"  ������  ���������a  v������ar  3ui Did Yo;:  Ever  iry Us Fcr  Mn.  <.rs (.roaiptly attended to.  .1 JiXji^Ln  O  h '<������������������* ?</ S  :, i\ [*��������� a.. it-  Mica Mining in Quebec  I'm  Ti  1 ii.-v  b-.-iv  li:  ot >  | I-.-llliie       dtl Is Oil.  i me.ruir.tr by -[i.'ci.i! ti:-' loi- iii" belli view of the pos-ible d"vcIopiner,l i t!*.e i.ik." and will nj.-et the .-n^in.-e-r-*:  of tin- great mica deposits al Tetejtb'.t arc- i ow :,i ���������������������������.���������oik in the Lin!"  Jaune C.telle, tributary lo Revelstoke. j ^^ < >- ^^Ja ������ \'C i  the following pamgrapli lrom tbe ��������� ,.,������������������,,���������,,,,. w;ji ���������,,,,,w j ,-i v.-'n :1 .'��������� bis;  ofiii-ial minim; report of the Qucbee 1 on li,n..l. Mr. .Maii'"ie -.i-t.nns Icm  .'overfitiient i'i*.   mica   mining  in  I Ivn ' X'-l-nii t'.iii���������. ">v  -ui'5.  ' '.:.t-."-i.-  wi!: j  ' . ...... .- . I"'     >'l     .1-     *en,!i    .lfll'1-    lbe     l:i'C--"S������,u V i  province   will    be   inteiesting   to   our i. ivr;(! ,.,..,_���������,., ..,.,,��������� ,���������. ���������������������������,,.. "���������  i-.'.-uler.-: _ ,     'r|i,-d-t i-ioii i f 'in* Ct'.K.   I'">   pi:'!> '  '���������There   has   been   considerable  de-;,.,, ,v;, ������������������   11, = ____;  Wl,1!;   ,.t   om-  -viil y"v"  came  in   vesterdajj.,! velopivi-nl in   the   mica,   industry,   in J j-,;);[���������,,, (inn 'i'r. ;lir- >i".���������:���������',,'of N".-l-'.f* for ;  "    *      hicli   it  STAT'OXKHS.  i-rrK t'.~: rr'..  with a prisoner named Heanresaril, I pioof of which it siillices to remai-_. . ;r vrili ir.".iti ft trrr'-ii d'-al lor '-l',f ''-'-V  sent'.-nc';el to six months at Kamloops \ that in 1?!)7 fi nm .".) lo li.i men ������>dy | thi- m:iiii)I'-i-. N.I-.o-i v.-ili u.i. inailv  bv II. M-ieob.-tso:',,' J.l'.. feir be*i:._i   itm , weie oiiipli'Vid in it. w bile in WS  '''���������-��������� i.e  the  euiMiui-Tg   I'omt   lor   tie* con-  handy with hi-cun  on  lhe  streets  nf I number ol*   poison-   employed   in  l_Ii>*, _t i n.-l :<.n   e-.niip   1   a   Ki'.-it   .leal   nf  the   low ii.      Prov.   Con-t.   A.   Ml Rae'; liiiue-   iteel    in   I riuiniii.i;     the    mi'*.i ( ,,,,,,,,.-- u jj| |... |,ut ;,i ;.hut di i'e e'.rcii-  look over the prisoner here. j cxi-eded HIV.'.   willioT  or  S  iinl~nr;,i!.| , | l( ;,���������,',    .\ i.n _-,- n-nnber  nf   men   will  ..,.,-.        ,, -.      , i niiin'.- In operation  PA. Ail.ur found three- feet   of   snow!'"'" -'  Hill on   the   Hail   at   Uoxc.-ir   Kellie  p!ae*.:at the Canyon last.  Tue-day and  I lie trail *>v,e-   md   hale  TADIES'-PiHPQitfUM  _*___��������� _. ������ ��������� ^  Latest, Dai-itiest and Best  Assortment   'UL Fancy  Goods   in> tov/n.  M. K. Lawson.  !   C  j pei'is. pioelue in<  ' I LCtirse of a  year  iirmrt.iut  nil some 'Jl)  pi'i<-  liltle mil -i.     In I lu-  iaii.'"   iiiiiiiliei'   of  s iu I be coniiiii'.s of  ranche. about a mile and n half out of  ...   ,,  -   i        i pi-i.-pee I 1I1'.C ilcells  1,11,1   t,,L'   h'-*n ' Ottawa .-ind Punt i.e   wei,,   taken  <���������-  ne. i  be        CIl.pll.V' .1     ;|-     llie     I I'll'!  di'tei miii"i! to p'lt tii" w.i i,  as r.ipii.llv ���������"���������* pi���������ibl". U|'  ! expect   t;*.  .\*e!-*oii  IIY    ba- '  b'i(.'.i.-b  \\ ,'   run ���������  sri-n   ov-: r:i������i <  wilh   fiiuiii'-i'ii  '.lli^.'-.    I nlltl.II ll'l'" i  ' "II  IMtlcne. a.mill a.nil.: an.l a nan   ou, o y,        ,       , .   MiM   .   ,,;..,,���������.,.,.!,���������   wf,,.,. j '       ;- - -    j ,.,{���������������������������...,_., ,vh(. w!;  town, was r'-.iched.    Tni-r-  1=  a  sreiit     ,,.,,,        . r,,. ... l.t.i,. v-.ln..   Imi   i-bb-li ! >"'���������'"''"'    ���������"    '.  ' '  ,,,mi,���������,t' iml,.. .-linvii.. ,,'  ijevel-inkol "1:u1, ��������� "    r,a    ' ' ". ,.    , I -P1'1"'  ui"iic-v  nor" and   make  llinij."  loiiti.u-^in th.i climate o.   Kt-i.I.-Iom* '     J1V 1(..l(] ,��������� ,11( ,(. ������������������,,poit'ini  finds. ! ,| .,i,b dlv bv'elv  aiielof the country  even  a  very  few      T!���������. ,!,.���������.,,.,,i f,���������-amber mie.,.   wl,i, li jl" "",,J       l,>'  miles north of us. :t  .,, .,   ..... i.,.;.-..!-.-  -l.;���������n,.,l   i>.  ii...   -���������__- --..  -    ���������:-���������.- _- .* -   .���������_-_-.  Haig-   8z   Crag*e  ^/otari?3 Public,  So!e Agcits f-l'  A Nice  rr_s!i l_n:e o.  k"i /m f -*^   ti 3 *] o rf * ���������? i -jr o  iis������ V'fe| i , t%i\ii    i  K'  a! i> i ^ V   iiJ' i. <3 '*s hi. L i. ���������. 2 i  . ana.  CPi P fr c Tl on e r v  *o \jis.i w. <is Li^j Ai vi J  From the.East .Tust  i Opened   Out,   Which    v/o    Kuov/ i  I will jjleaso you.  | We Have Jf.3t 75 Pounds of Western   Dbcuits.   Assorted Varieties,  1 which tve will close out at  1 IS" Cents Per Pound  Geo. Bell $z Co.  II. A MAS,, MA*... -ia:.  Jobbers and Dc.ilc:r3 in Kay, Feiacl  and VeKetables. '  Te'.i'plioiie* Xo. :i.:.  Having b<niL>;ht lbe I'.aiikrnpl. Slock of  lbe KA LI.IS l'.UOS. lCSTATK al a  reduced ]irii'e, 1 cm mhv oiler bargains  lliat eannejt be eejunlied in the city.   *'  Twenty Bars Royal Crown Soap.. $1 00  Tiiree lbs. of English Ef������t. Tea...     100  White Star Baking Powder 12 oz.        15  Rolled Oats. Eo'lbs. for      2 co  French Peas, 5 Tins for      1 eo  Pure   Gold    Flavoring*    Extracts,  5 ox         IS  Peach. Pears.   Apricots,   5   zA  lb.  Cans for only  :      too  GREAT SLAUGHTER  IH CELTS' FURNiSiilHGS  Conic and  See  rr.y S5 00 Suita  FlIUT'l DF.lAXPiUY  KTHICTLY CASH "   '"'  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Earrislcrs.   Solicitors,    Etc.  Cnllciioi- for Jmpei'iiil liiink of t;auadii.  Coiiipany funds lo loan ftl S per cent.    -  tulli'us:   .Molsons-llnnl; llfoek.  First Street.   Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  DR. E. H. S. WcLEAN  OflU-u mul Itf.'siilo'.ico, (wo doors u:;sL CiTvvrm  P. look.  Tmitn s'liiiurr, ci:s'i!:i:  Nlclit 11 ml I)ny CnMs Mt_t_n(U'il to.  Tcli'ithoiiti conm-cUon.  NURSE. LUCAS  L. O. S . London. England.  Trained,    experlenci'd,     inediciil,     surcii  eibsli'trii'iit inns'.', open to etiKneement.  Aelelre-i.:   .N'l'USK l.llelAS, lluveUttilcu.  A FINE L0T OF���������-������������������������  "NSr  SILVERWARE  HOWS YOUR PRINTING ?  JUST   RECEIVED  Tills WEEK  ISt:;.fl)lNI_:::::::::::  Carving Sets  Castors  Knives  Eorks  Toasnoons  Butter Dishes  Bon  Bons -  WATCHES  AND  CI20GKS  luiles north of us.  A quiet but lnterestitic ceremony  took pl.ieea) J. Vi. Wriplil's ri'.-=idence  on M.-ii-keii7.ie av������*nm*. em Thursday  i-veninir. when F-iyette* I3uker iva-  imilHil in wi'dhn-k to Mi-.- Atfin*-*" M.  Ciark-*- by Kev. SS. .T. Thnmp'on. A  i^xv fiientl.-* wete pre-.-eul at the*  weddi.-'e-. Tlie IIkii.m.U extends its  be.-t wishes to the happy couple.  I_5ris.ielii'i- Howell. of Spokane,  chief 'livisicinalc'tii'er, arrived in town  this iiinriiini.-. He will s-.ve-ar in  recruit-* a- iin-iiib"it= of the Iccal t-nrps  tonight, al tlr.-S. A. Barrack.- on Front  street. .Tomoi row in the afternoon at  three o'clock a dedication service will  be conducted by the brigadier, who  will al.-o leail .-ill'the regular ii)t*etint<s  toniehl and tomorrow.  is nluiosi exi lu-iv.'ly -bipped lo li.i.'  L'nileil !-tate-. i- _.;oi~>il. aiul ('.iiuidiaii |  mica i.s well .ippieviated, seeinir that it | ���������  find-a re-^ular market, iiotwitjislaiid-i iJr  in^ the liifrh duty of '21) per cent, ad '  valorem, and si:c cents per lb. on  I hiiinb-l lii'iimid mica and 12,,1-e-iit*. on  tin* knife trimiiieel ai tide, -mil il, mav  even be reniaiked tbat, the- e 11-tomers,  while l>eiii_; very hard lo plr-.i-'- as  repirds lbe f.i-b:on in which ihe mica  is piepaled. are Ie-- so '.villi i-*-.pecl to  t.he ipialily ii-elf: ce-rlain dai k-coloied  inii-.in. whii b weie formerly 4Iiflicii11,  of sale, r.ov finding pnrcbasers men r-  CNe-ily. Tb'- e!> mantl aL-oajipears to I e  be-tlei- for .-'ii...11 mie a aud Ies-" for 11'.'*  large, which results in lhe fiist pl.ue  from the greal eliif'-iencej in pi'ie  which may raiige Ironi five cents for  one by three inches 1.0  1.-1   per  lb.   for  MARRIED  ffeyeistOKe  RK-Ci.MtKi-;-- Dn April '27. by H"v. >  .'S. .!. Tbonij.-oii. .11 Iii" i'"-i,kiic- of:  the V.| i-le'- In ol ln'i--in-l.-i\v. J. I'", j  Wiict'iit. !���������'.'.veile I'iiiker to Mi .-I  Agile'. M. Ci trke. * j  1  ^-  lownsiiGj j  MJN-INO, \J,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE ! _.  To Let.  [���������"iirai-In*") r'���������',m- ,i.|.;.ly Ilia*-Mi  1  iARBER,  MeKenzie Ave., I'.evcI-toUe.  .ROBERT SAMSON,  Weed Dealer and Drayman.  Drnyin^ nml ilulivory work ii.spcoin'ly. Tonms  nhvtiys reii'ly on sliovtust lioiiou. (.Iniitrufts for  jubbiiuf inkuii.  EDUCATIONAL   CARD  rcii'-M ilrtiv.-Jiu:, bltu-l*: uutl oolnrod crrtyo!i"i.  oil nii-l wjit or onl or on  cniivu^, *ilfc, ohiiin, uto.  Tv.** lnmr< v,u:','a1;. :   *' V?* nionih.  Kiit;h>h fovo:jii:,.; oin.'.-) 0 hourfc vodsly, $'l  por lT'.miih. Irroii'*li, :! iiotir-f wookly, ?t por  ii.om...     L:ili!i, li lioi:r*������ v,*ookly, ���������?! por month.  Spot-hil lornii to fiinullon.  -���������L'Mrobs: Mi-^s Sioulo, Mo'.Ccn/ic Avonno,  opposito Tuylor ii-ioc1;.  CITY" BAKERY"  TIOK.- XOTlllNfi i:i,~Jl~ Imi Tllilku Rood  llrend��������� it, reiiuiri" all our atieiition���������  and \ee [.ride oui'in'lve.i on our promptness of ilolivery nnd ihe satisfiietion  i^ive.i In cu: MiiH'i's  InIICAG.UE-^BR-OS. .,--'-- --.- - ltront-St.___  J'  Fresh Groceries and Good  Bread  How pleasant n tiioajdit lo every tiiit.e'idiiii).  I leeop the e'l.oie-o^t "line of tiroi-erie-. in the  ollv���������nun inv urici". nre often the lowe.ei. 1  l.iiv nnd-di liieiru n.UUil limn nil lbe rest of  Iiie iin'ri'liuul- loe.'llier��������� bei'im-u' I liamlle tho  best, (ij,'lU ie's ninl l.nke of (lie Woods.   Try  A. N.  SiVilT.*!, tiroccr and liaker.  PICT ORE*  RAIVIBS  lVrsnns liarInp oniorctt Pioinro Fniiiies from  A..'. <;o\miu >m<! not i<3doomini; iliom upon  <lclivorv, can ii(������w obtnjn iln-m from mc nt 11  GREATLY RtoUOEO RaTE, they hnviiiff  i)oon loft in niyoliarcc. Anyone, of oonrso. can  buv���������first cuiiic. first ehoice--of a *-*pU.iuU<. lot.  Cnil   ut  rciidonoo.   oornor   King   mul    Fruot  "m. petti piece  isiJi  ���������:-l-^'t"l-I-*I-M-l'-I"i-I-t*'i"i"l"t-i"l"-"l"l-i'  FAYETTE 3UKER _^__.  IN PROBATE  A meeting wiil be held in Ko. J fire-: mica of large dimensions. These large  li_.ll on Monelav evening at 3 o'clock ; dimension- u m o formerly neee-'ary.  for the purpose" of electing ollicers for ] but tbey are now replaced by plates of  the  "ii.-uiiiir vear.    Tt it-  particularly ' mi' anile or of mica he-ion,   whicli   aie         M-H-H--I-M-H*K-M4'H-I-1-1"M-W i  '*   r, o t',r>T7* A T,  ;% ^PRlftvi  JiUilidu5     *:-:  r.-l    lb"   <"r,iinly   r'ourl    of     K'.oli :-.-.y ' j,     "^  liol.li n ������i Ilevel-liilfe.     In   t'',c |:���������','!"'4  of  Arih.ir 'lodfr':.-   Me.i--r,n  .-priirf^.*, ! *^  .li.f. r.-..,I.  fin-I  in   :l:'-  ir.ti'.te'r o.   t>,n | J^.  -'ei..:',,.|nl AdniiuMraior* Aft,''  l.^f'.re \ 't-  Hi> Honor .1. A. roriii, foiuili- Iii..'.:.-,   i* .   _  \%       in the City, MADE UP  ii  ��������� 'jntli day of April   IS'il,  ;i p-._ ..'iitit.n   of  .I..I"  _���������*.���������:  but thin sneet.s- ot  suinll   mica | ui.iV.Vof all nnd ������.|i  '"port .  .*. nn-Iriin.r,    'Uli'-iiil     .idiniiti-irt'lor   of     tie-  f'lnnive'o.irt Hi-'ri'-t oi  llie f'.i.i.iv of  Koot-j  nnv, !.<��������� ami be ;- h'T"*.'* nopO'ii;^d fidiniiti-.-1  The   Latest,   Best   and _������  Mosb Up-to-Date Stock j!  in the City, MADE UP J'  TO SUIT ANY TASTE %\  ESTATE  FUMING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT"  CAR;  ln=iiri' your iiroperty against loss  bv lire.  Insiir"   vour   Life ��������� "Aeeident   or  Deiuli."  Offer you a elianee lo inve������t a smnll  or liireee nmouiit of your earnings  or eiipllnl ut a profitable rale of  iiit'.-i-.'f t.  LOAN YOU   MONEY-  -_=_;������>)  J3SP~f)nly M'-'rtl Comviiiiic"- r.eiiresentcd.  Olli'te McKciuilc Avenue.  ���������I-'f':l'-f"J"I-i-:"T"("I-T'I":-T������T-T-T"*;"T-l-l"I-T--T"T'  HARRY  EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  [otel Victoria  J.V. PERKS. Prop.  Hotel Aeeeiinniodatitiu Hest in the city  l'or tlie money.  Heated by hot nir  and eleetrie light and bell  in every room.  Hourly street ear between hotel and station.  Large r.uel well lighted suniiilo room.  Tree bus meets all trains.  -BBVELSTOEE, IB. C_  Avenue  i>i:fr iikati?.  llll'.l.'.-;, ANIMALS, Eir.,  l-rei-rved and Mounted.  Third St. East of Schoolliouse  Undertoking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in furniture-  M  -,'���������  ���������Vfl  ~<  I  ���������--  ^ :iLi-  ������_____���������  M-l

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