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 IIV"-V'V?*i{4Sv  - ,-vg;  ���������aBBB  ij %���������;; '-:  -���������     r.-i'/V  ,>'W  ���������i -������^  -ISSTJE3D   TWIOE-A-WEEK - WEDNESDAYS    -AlfcTID    SA.TTJI^IDA.'Z'S-  .Vol.   HI.     No.   42.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY. MAY   27, 1899.  $2.00 a  Year in Advance.  S������.__*������*i_������s������*>I~*^.������.-^P.������#_**-^r_***^^  <&4  THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY  AS CELEBRATED THIS YEAR IN  REVELSTOKE  This is -for Revelstoke's  "Isn't it **��������� unny, They're Always Crowded."  ^       -Wc  respectfully  contradict tlie lady v.rho made that remark in passing onr door Friday  _$ afternoon lust. .      li" you   will   put on your thinking cap you'll easily see why this store is ���������?  galways* busy.        From ils inception its policy has been generous and broad courtesy Avithout ������  fi" frigid "formality ;   come when you will, go when you please.     Buy   with   the assurance %  Ztliat   wrong, tilings   will- be made right and with the knowledge tbat the store's prices are ������  ������ always the ]ov.*c*-t,simply because we try to make them fair to you t*.nd us and that naturally ?  Ithe  .store   which sells,most sells best.      When you've thought over those tilings read these  'items aid Acii'U'wonder i.o lorgev.in fr.ct you're* pretty sure to be one of the crowd Monday'������  Ladies' Sailer Hats.  iiislicj." is.*..*;.-1!!:*.."-"������������������::i;! T, i. 1': '������'..*,:���������  St rn w   Sn'ilnrs   with     Wide ,-"I.!ae-!<.  Velvet Bands ". yl.25  ', Laeiies' "While* Rnnijh  !    wilh fane v hands...  it i-a'.'."  S-iiliii'--.   r..si-25  )Ladies' Whiti'  KniiL'ii   S:r.nv  Sailors,  j    ltnv crtnvn aiiil'lilae-k hands. - .'..������1.50  ) Ladies" Ijl-te-k. Brown anel -Navy  K.il-  '    ors, wide lii-im "..... .Toe.  ) Misses'  Fancy   Rough  !     with wide liaticls   Slraiv " Sailors.   SLOO  i Misses' C-irdinal Hough Straw Sailors.  '    wilh black baiiiis Cue.  i Children's Sailors  > White ami  Fancy  Children's  Sailor*.  Cuhl llihhon hands -10c.  '-5)-W-h it on nil-X a vy_F:iiiey_Rc>!igli_Sti,;uv_  Childrt'ii's Sailors... -. 25e.  1 Cardinal,   Brown   anel  Black,   Fancy  )    Chililrcn's Sailors .���������"Toe".  (White Fine Straw  Children's Saileiv...  J    fancy hands : $1.00  i." Children's Jubilee  i Tains  35c.  >   Babies' Bonnets  ; Babies'.Muslin    Bonnets,   with   npe'ii  work, worth 10c.���������this sale. each.25c  I Bahies' Fancy ?.Iti������.lin Bonnets,  worth  05c��������� this sale, each ���������Mr.  Shirt Waists  (A matchless show of wuisls, the  newest, ot thr> new. in Percale.  Madras ami White Camhrir. Latin-  dried Collars and Cull's. Monday.  twe������ ve-rv special hits reniatkabiy  good .SI.25c. Waists for 75c. und thc  SI waists for 50c.  Knit Underwear  (More of the Knit Underwear we> told  you of the ol her elay. Derby Ribbed  Vests, all sizes, for women, inediuni  weight, per garment 15c.  Women's .Underskirts  ��������� Black   Satocn   IMtieemls   will)   deep  fi    flounce anil rufili) cut. wide and well  made,     more    than   usually   good,  for '..$1.25  Muslin Underwear? *  -V'*-"':-.-^ iV,.;''(--(-'"-.-.-**->r-���������".-.*��������� Mi surplice  yoke, trimmed with Ilitniliurv, .well  wort!) SI.00.    This salt' '.'. . ._!. 1.00  Gnwns of fine ( .unhide, liiiniiicd with  Irish point, insertion Tuck Yoke,  woi th at the very Ie.ist $2.00. Tims-ale  '. fjl .50  Cmbrolla Drawers with live inch ruffle,  per pair Ojo.  Good Muslin Drawers, tuikeid. per  pair , 50c.  Walking Skirls -willi Beep Unfile,  lucked and well pleated���������this sale   $1-25  Black Sulcen Under Skiits with deep  flounce anil riil_.li1. e-ut wide; anel well  made, mure than' usually good. .$1.25  Parasols  Tomorrow a showing of new Parasols.  1 lm season'- newest ideas-. Ruslit; and  1 'ViTfcv-"! liriul 1 ear's IX'T'I   1 via n es���������a nil-  rods, in plain and fancy colors.    The  figures hegin at $1.25  More Men's Shirts  I .nliiMiIni' mon will respond quiekly  le) lhis notice.  OXIi THIRD LliSS  Than current, prices.     Only hy hiiying  large;  epiantitics could   wi: get the  price down.  Men's Hi'gatla Shirls in pretty designs,  ruI7_ iillae.'hcel; quite swell .shirts.  $1.25 ones for 75c.  Handkerchiefs  15c. ones for S.\c.  A lot  of Ladies'  Handkerchiefs  with  ombroiiloreil     (.liners.        Anyway  ' thi'iv.'s a hig pile uud you  may" take  tht'in tomorrow at*.: 3 for 25c.  Women's Oxford Shoes  We have, a few pairs of those $3 line  left���������this sale $1.50  Clothing Specials  Wo pride ourselves in the Clothing we  keep. It's not of thu ordinary kind,  neither arc our prices as much as are  usually iisked. Now and then we  cut helow our regular prices which  means chance's like this for Monthly:  Men's Suits made of Navy Blue Serge  and Brown Chi'ck Canadian Twci.l,  regular price SSS.50, this sale .$5.00  Boy's Two-Piece Suits. Short Pants',  lincel with Best Italian Cloth. Sizes  '23 to 2d��������� this sale $1.75  Three Extra Specials  ���������������������������   . ,   in   Dress Goods ���������������������������������   ���������  Press floods have -received their1  marching orders. Stocks must, he S  cleared afc uny e-eist. XVu cannot alToni 0  tu wait longer anil mark good.-������  sii-cordi-.urly. Theso cloaijng prices 8  I'm* Monthly iniinii.ug.    " '���������   ",-, <***)  *    Qy  ������  Our 40c. and 50c. Dress Stuffs������  for 25c. a Yard @  73 Yawls S3 in. Tweeds in a. splendid rt  raime nf colors anil choice mixtures������  nf Cray. Fawn*. Brown ami Blue  suitable for bicyclintr or Tailor Suits S  regular prices -10c. and 50i-.. Monday (������  to clear at '2c  A $6.50 to S7.50  Black  Dress c  Length for $4.00  15 only Black Dress Lengths consisting ���������  of Mohair and Wool figure, stripes. \  '-^figured-Bopliiis._iicli_Miitebissc__ai!d(  Brocades. Theso are -elegant new"  rich goods. 0 and Oh yards in each J  lentrlh. The regular prices werce  $5.50 $6 mul $7 ���������Jlonel.iy morning(   $1.001  A $4.50 Navy Blue All-Wool J  Serge Skirt Length for S2.25  10 only   Navy   Blue-   All-Woeil  Sorgo *  Skirl Length-*, nit'o   uietlinni  Twill. J  Smooth   finish.    Special    price    for  Monday in -U yard lengths $2.25 j  IIuvi!!g'pureha~*pd  yonr Dross Good _,'  slop around to the; lining anel  trimming   e-enmlers.     We    have    some''  reailv   geinel   things   awaiting    vou!  there. ' "  Hardware Specials  Mee'hanics tools and  useful  household 1  article's at prices that, nwan a handsome saving for those who huy from i  us.    A few itoins to' emphasize  that J  fact:  Screen Doors  : $ 1 25  Window Screens, spring sash... 1 25 J  Potatei Mashers  15 {  Cake Cuttors  10'  Oil Stoves :    75?  Toast Racks  15 J  5   lh.   Japaneel   Cans,   just   the ]i  thing for picnic parties  25ij  Grocery Specials v  Winchester Hams, WMnediesti'r Bacon."'  Premium Il.mis. Empire Breakfast J  Bacon, Ctilifnrnin Hams, a carload 1  of the ahove cclehrateel hrantl of?  Cured Meats just arrived. J  HOT TIME IN THB OLD TOWN  Prize Winners in tha Various Contests  ���������Events of the Day ��������� Fine Weather  and a Good Programme���������Revelstoke  Scores Two Horses in the Hose Reel  Competition.  The Queen's Birthday luought  Queen's weather to "ftevelstoke. The  No. 2 cumo in on time wilh hor engine  gaily dressed with Hags and hroughl a  hatch of lircnien from Kamloops tei  enter for the; hosu and other contests.  The city hand niet the visitors at the  station anel escorted Iheni to the town.  The next event was to have heen a  parade eif lho schoeil children at 0 a.m.  and the hand were on hand to head the  procession. But owing to some misunderstanding thei children were not  on hand and so ' it most charming  feature eif the; day's exercises was leisl.  The l-I_~~.it.VT.l_- hopes to -sec the ielea  carried out. to perfection on next  Dominion Day. At ten a.m the pigeon  shooting conte'Sl. hogan on tlie llevelstoke On): Clnh grouiiels. The following are the scores:  llevelstoke Team No. 1.���������Kd White.17.  11. A. Brown. 12; Guy Barhor. W: A.  McKae, 1-1;   A. McDonalel, &��������� Total,  01. * * ;:-  Revelstoko. TeaniNo. 2.��������� 3. Fdwaids.  S; W. M. Lawrence. 7: K. D. Johnson. Ki; J. E. Spur]ing,6: F. Brown.  0.���������Total,-K.    :  Revelstoke Team No.8: ,T. Pinkliam. (i:  '   L.B. Philpot, !); Slonix, 5.���������Total 20.  Donald Team.���������-\V. 11. Caldwell," 0;  (.'has. Bains.'- 18; .1. Lappan, Cr,' ,1.  Riiliaid.-on, 12; \V. Armstrong. 15.  ���������Total, 4(1.   '        ���������  Itcvelsloki'Ti'.'im No. 1 carried oil'  the very handsome' Silver Cup. pi-e-  sonled hy tho -Cowan-1 loll en- Downs  Co.. which now graces Const. McHiie's  desk in his ollielc. Tl'.e; 'individual  prizes went as" follows: 1st, 'lid.  White, a," silve-V"- flask; 2nd. K. D.  Johnson, golel. inediil,' anil W. Arm-'  st_'."iiig,:A. .Mtltiic.-Giiy- Burlier, ('-has.  Bains and J. Richardson, silver nioelals.  The first thing after,ilir.m'r was'^tlie  hildti'ii's races, whieli hail hi'in)  eagerly looked forwanl to liv tlfe  youngsters ami which came "eilf ei'n  Second street, at the ei|ie'i;i house  corne.r aiiiidst great enthnsia'-iii. Tlio  events and wimu'i-s were as follows:  I'ltlZK LIST  Bovs' race, miilef S year .���������1st. Fid igo  Mnrsan: 2nd, Guv Varno^: Srd.  Artlinr Caley: 4lh,"Rnht. M.-Etu-y;  oih. Frederie-k Me-Mahon.  Boys'race under 12 years.���������Ist. Furl  Petlipii't-e; 2nd. Seymour liillier:  Hid. Warelic Foi re-si; -llh. Charles  Xurnriis: oth, llan-y Varnes.  1 BOURNE BROS.,  I   Wholesale  and  Retail   General  Merchants. '  I Revelstoke .       - Wakusp - New Denver - Burton City  i***--*******a****.********'-*** ww~fW<w<<w������w������w<iw<wi������������^tfw^  (iiris'race, uniler S year-;. ���������1st,   Lottie  Ferris; -.'nil. Gertie Lhu son.  Gh In' rae-e, under 12 year';.���������1st,   I'Mna  Kiiiiivll.on; 2nd. Lena Al kinsein. Ihei.  Winnie MtUury;   -hh,   B.-ssie   L-.w-  son; 5th. Nellie; B.iin.  Girls'race, under I'i years.���������1st.   I-Mna  Ivtiowhem: 2nd, liiiima Levcepie: llrd.  ICale  Atkinson   and   Flora   Palmer,  tied; olh. Allele Le.ve'ipii'.  lieivs'   race',   under   111   years. ���������1st.   A.  Hillier;      2nd.    Cain "Fon-esl:     :lr.l.  Gordon KnowlJon;  Ith, John Fraser.  Tliu hioye-le- inuade was this next  cv-iil. und u very prt'tly one it was.  Out of tlie many prettily anil fantastically tlecorale-el wheels Mis* Stella  Brown l.mU first (iri'/.e; for tlie ladies'  and li. Paget, whose wheel was x'rry  cleverly gol. up as a two-masted ship,  secured first, place among the gentlemen.  An adjournment was then made to  Front, si reel, for the' firemen's conti;s's,  -whicli caiiio oil" in due course hot ween  llu; I.iiiiiloeips Fire Brig.ule and a team  composed ol the following Revelstoke  Firemen:  J. G. Allen, Capt.. K. D. Johnson,  U.S. Wilson, lt. M. Smvlhe. J. A.  Birnev. II. V. Scott, Ii. Adair, J.  Maunder, C. M. Field, W. llnllowiiy  anel J*. Bunneyman.  The huh anil huh 100 yards hose reel  rate Iliu Rcvclstoko men won after 11  splendid race. The dry test competition went to the Kaiulnnps hoys, who  did the ti ick iu '.i'2 1-5 seconds 1:1 Revel-  sloke''s !I5. in lhe coupling ti'Sl  Roveilstoke setireil a-/a in, Allen and  liiruuv, our representatives, inaking  the coupling in -I2.\ seconds to llu-  Kauiloeips men, Scott and Poweis'.  -I9v.  Timo of Huh iinel Huh race. 13 1-5.  The crowd thon relumed to Second  streel. where tho following events  fame oil:  Standing Proud Jump.���������IM.  .1.   Sutherland. \1M\; 2nd."*K. D. Johnson, 9.2;  oid, XV. A.* Walker. 0L*  Throwing the? Cricket,   Ball.���������1st.   J.  ��������� G. Allen.' 112 yards; 2nd. !���������'. li. Maunder, 07 yards.  One-Mile   Bicycle   Race'.-1st,   J. Mc-  Oormick: 2nd. Jiddie lielwaiels.  10!)  Yards Dash.���������1st,  K. D. Johnson:  2nel. J. ijirney. '  220 Yards  Foot  Race\���������lsl,   W.  liou-  neynriu: 2nd, Chas. Field.  Bovs' Biovcle Rare.���������1st,   W. Smvtlie:  2nd. Eddie Jet'1%: llrtl, AlhertTotuniis.  Tossing   Culier.��������� 1st.   J.    Sutherland,  2nd,   John   Richardson: -3rd,   L. A.  Fret*/.. .,        .1   ���������-.-'  ���������UO Yarns Eiice���������Isf, ;K..D..Jt������linstin;  "'. 2nd. V/.-B'-rancvinaii. - . . -~ ���������  ' Tin; next, event, lho Greasy Pig  contosl. came oil' partly.'in the' school  yard anil parlly over selecteel portions  of the towusile. ��������� selected hy the pig,  anel was produt-l ive of iniriifii _c .-iiiiiusi:-  uleii.- On heing I urned loose from  his '.cmpoi.ary . pen the pig i.-imliled  gently oil', g'.isleuing with train oil.  A wild i-ti-h of ceinipel.iiors I'olloued.  Three were on lop eif him euioo, lint, the  pig emerged from the melee, passeel  out .through a hole in lhe fence anil  olf across ihe roael inlei lhe. hu.-h, finm  the ilisl.int, parts of wliich liye anil  live t.he .joyful intelligence was passeel  (min uitiuili to mouth thai. "Woe-  Wee got him." And so A. Matltloeks  h.ul hv the ear, and took  him home iu  At llu' Iipw-tuth League meeting on  .-lonelliy night the Rov.*"S. J. Thompson  will present a repoit froin lbe Provincial Convention of lhe Iipworlh  Leuguo helel al New Westminster but  week. Special music will be rendered  during the evening.  with  string  vvat   taken  M. Suivtlie  conl    eif   the   eve-nin.  round his hind leg.  The One Mile Font 1? ee-e  hy   T.   11.     Pickiiiil,   R.  second.  The Sheit Pulling rout est was won  hy .1. Sutherland willi the gootl throw  oi" ll.P, Alex. McGregor seeonel wilh  III feet. A slip of oue of Ihe fumpi'ti-  I or.-, nearly lt'snlletl in a Lerrihle arei-  elenl. llu- heavy slinii; falling in the  inidtile of lhe crowd rinse 10 "r. l.uly j  \\ i! ll a liahv i-arri-ige. |  The Two'.Mile Bicycle R.ie-i.' wus .-list)  I'lkeii !iy tlie Kitinloiip . man. J. M.  McCurinifk. with K. lid winds second  anil Chris Can third.  The other events were:  Fat  Alan's   R.-u-e.���������lsl,   J. Richardson:  2ml. 11. Fleming.  Oltl Mini's Raee.���������1st,   Mat. Petiipiece:  2nd. George riainilloii.  Rum ling Jump���������1st K.D..T.C .lohuson.  1(5 Teel: 2nd.   Chas. Field,   15   feet.   !)  inches:   3rd,   Bart Gainor,  15 feet.' 3  inchos.  Running Hop. tilep.indJuinn.���������1st. 1).  Dean,   35 feet S  inches;    2nd,   Bert,  ' Gainor, 35 incliet.  Three .Mile Foot Race.���������Tho-. Wnlling  Is!. XV. Boiiiiovnian 2nd. .). C. Allen  3rd.  The sports were watched hy a hiu  crowd, who seemed to thoroughly  e-iijoy themselves from start Lo lini.-h.  The day was fine and everybody was  gooel humored aiul in a inoed for  enjeivniunt. n The cily hand adeletl  greatly to the sue. 1 ������ss eif tin; elay hy  Lht: pi-ogi'iinnue of selections with  whicli l.hey relieved the wails hutween  the events. The now hanel stand  opposite the open11 house.corne-r came  in reiiiarkiihly liauely for thespnrls. as  did the gallery over lliu portico of the;  opera house ilsoif which Mr. Tappinir  hael kindly placed at the disposal of  the: ladies. A large number of visilots  were present froin Kiimloops. Arrowhead. Fi'rguson. Trout, Lake City, Dun-  ald'and.pthei' places within ei-y rparh".*>  .-. The event.-, of tbo day, we're' wound  up hy a il.incii in Tapping's opei a  house, which was we-Il palronizoel. Thc  grand maicii, wliich opened' the pro-  ci'eiliiig'i. was veiy imposing, its the  1 oiiples'swepf slowly round the large  hall room to the strains of J. Mac-  .Mill.Mi's pipes.' Mr. -MacMillan took  lbe prize for the'best piper. In the  Highland Fling contest. John Forbes,  who drtni-i-el the \slep. with gre.-iL per-  fection. look first, prize, Alex. Mc-i  Leuiiin second and Mrs. O.'rloltop,  third. John Forbes and Alex Mc-  Lcnian .".lso look .first .-nitl see-nnil in  lhe Sword Dance. - The I ml I prc-  'giiiiViliTel'wliic'.i w.is a' Icn^l!:/" uu->,  was cani'al tlimugh wjth the'g;e;itest  enjoyment to tbe finish at an early  hour next morning, the. uiumc lieimr  furni.-hed hy the band anil Matthew's  orclieslra. Anil so one of the host  altnndeiV unel carefully carried out  celebrations eif thc birthday of onr  gracions sovereign evei-held '*."!) Revoi-  stnkc came to a close.  BIG BEK0STEAM30AT  J. Geneile Will Put a Eoat on the-  Upper River Under Certain Conditions,  One Being the Completion of the  Wagon Road.  An adjourned meeting of lhe  board.-  of trad"; wa.. Ill-id on Ttieselay  evening  to meet J. Geneib". of i_u.il(^   nml   dis-'  >:u-s wilh hiin lhe ipiestum of  putting,  a ste.imiinat on tlie  upper  liver. . Mi-..  Genelle, who haei bc-en up to   the  ciin-  yon during the aftci-nodn, said that hu,  found tlie waler of the canyon   a  good  ileal woise th.iii he; had expected.     A I,-  certain stages  of  waler  it  was quite  nuuuvigahlo forsloiunboats., He woulel  not put his boat on tiie- river unless the  wagon toad to the head of.the  canyon  way completed..  He offered lo take  a  i-nnlract to complete; this roael anel put  it. in shape fiom end to  enel  so  that, a  tun of freight could be  haule'l   over it  for three thousand cloll.ir.-,.    He would  also   reejuire   a    iruars.iileo  froin   I lio ;  liiisine-s men of  Revelsloke of $1,500  gross revenue from the steamer during  the first season.  A flora   short eitsctission  as  to  the ���������  cciiiinurauve - merits   of    putting   the  $1,000 inlo  the  wagon   road   e>r   T1 nil  building, during llie course  of  which ���������  some present weie obviously  in  favor .  of letting the wagon road iiiid  with  ir.-  steamboal coiuieetion  go  in   order  to ���������  get the money feir trails in  thu  north-  em   district,     it    w.is     unanimously >  resolved, (?B.R. Atkins .-done dissenting .  anel refraining from  voting)  lhat  Mr."  Ueucll-'-   o'Ver   be   accepteel   ami "tliu,  president and secretary' weie named a  committee to "draft a telegram  to jtlie  Chief   Commissioner    of' . Lanels and  Works asking foi- lbe immediate icuti- ������������������  plolinn   of    the    wagon    road.   ,'The"-:  meeting Lhen adjourned.  At tlie regular inuuting of the execn- 1  tive council of the hoard lield on >  Thnrsilay night lbe secretary read the ;  fi-iiltiwiiig ..telegram -.which' bad been ���������  forwarded under the above instruction-: _ v  ill'. Genelle offers to put a steamboat <  on Columbia River n'oi'.h of Revi'lsteike ���������  andiiuiiiitnin.it there provided wagon  reiad to liead of Ciinyon   is  compleCeel.- *  and iippropi .titton   of   four  1 boiisatitl .  dollars, made  for the  work.    Genelle  oilers tu put present road in   thorough -���������  repair anil  complete   road   .for   thine -  thousand dollar.-.^.Can,vim  have  this =  work   .done?     immediately?     Genelle 1  says he  wein'l nsk   his .boat   te) run  cu-nyoti.     - -    ;  Absolutely, necessary to have' Big .  Bend op*eii..*l oy these" uieans-wvchoiit. "  delay.    Absiver. ,  The folleiwing gentlemen " were ,  named as a commilLeie to secure naiin-s  ot. business men on the guarantee  reeiuircel... by,. Mr. Genelle;: XV. M.  Brown and F. B Wells for the'west-*  end and 1. T. Brewster and J. D.  Silibald for the ea-t. end nf town.  The above niimed ,ci"unmittee spent  yesterday, in iroing round tuwn anel  met with a cordial response'fnjiu llie  business men of lhe town.  = KCB-SaMSS-a-ESSCTBOK'.r  -ARE   NOV/    TO   BE FOUND-  Al! Over The i  THE  The Complete List Can Be Obtained oii  Application' to"  P'4-i  nsiimers wnoiesaie mppiv 5iorc  *****+*+***_..������._.���������*.���������_  Mailorders  Promptly  Attended  To.  ���������f*'H"H"l"H-:f"I-I"J"I'S^  Onr price list is worth studying, nnd it is of groat interest to  the Consumeu because it shows what thc best of jroous arc  honestly, worth. We- carry a "complete stoek of Staple and'  Fancy Groceries: Tens, Coflecs. Spices, Dried Fruits. Etc..  and we have only one price list in which the prices are based  on thc lowest figure that goods can be sold for  THE CirfCCURCIL  The city council met last night in  tho council chamber at S . o'clock  M.iyi'v Mi-Curty-in ' tbe chair, and  Aldermen "WeiIs," Brown, Crage, Mc-  Kee-linie and Graham present,  Tbe iiiinit'.os of the last meeting  wore read and adopter!. "  Coii'inmiicatioiis were 1 end from  T. '  .J_JJajg^no]ico-_miL"L__I'nt^^.__J  ministering of jusfioo; FronfSiipt.  J E. J. Diichi'stiiiy re assisting in keep-  | ing in repair the sidewalk and the  drainage of tin: street between the.  depot and Campbell Ave., slitting that,  he hus refill red the mutter to the General Superintendent: From F. -*C.  Gamble in i egurd li) the drainage of  the lown," anil approving of the appointment of Tho-.- Bain as foreman  of th.; work:., Fiom llie; Waverley  Mine.- Co. informing tbo city council  lh.it the. company had shipped from  the t'.iiiviiii two wlie'ek'd mail scrapers  complrte. as ordered for 11-e in the  citv 1111 lhe street.  Tbe sei-i-i-tiiiy wu- in-lrucU'd to w'uo  the Minister of the Interim' with reference lo llu- i-eci en tion ground.  A lommiiiiication was mud from R.  P. I'ttlipie.'ce asking the council to buv  50 copies eif his direct 111 y foi $20.  - A liyl.iw aiiibeuizing the enuncil lei  rai������t.'������15,300 by ilebentuies for public  works was tea el three times anil passed.  The fire bylaw was lecoiisidercil  mid pus-ed.  Aid. Gi.-iliamc then iiilroilniT'd a bylaw to define the comlitie.ns for 1 he  sale of spirituous, and olher liquois  .���������end for limilingihe numl)...r of hotel  licenses, flu; consideriilion of which  eiccuph-el the atlention of the council  for tl'.e 1 est ol tbe evening.  Special   Quotations   Given   on   Large   Quantities.      Estimates   Furnished Promptly.     Special  Attention   Given to   Large Orders for the Entire Supplies for Hotels, Eoarding  Houses,   Camps   and   Mines.  WRITE   FOR    OUH,    CATALOGUE    TO     ' '   "..  THE'K APPLETON OoMPAJsnr,  _REVELSTOKEs B.  n  \j'  B. C. Gazette  An extrsi i.-sne of the B.C. Gazette  pulilislieil. on the. 23:d prticUimed  Tliiusd.iy 25th as a public holiday.  Alexander McR.u? i.s appointed' chief  iiooii'-o inspeclor for (bo Revelstoko  district, vice Robert Btillick.  All appointments of justices of the  pe.-u e have been rescinded ir.d Fred.  Fraser. T. L. Haig. T. .Kilp.niick of  Revelsie.ke. Geo. T. Xewnian of  Ariiiwhe.iil, Frank Ahoy of Trotit  Lake, "Waller Scent of Illeciliewaot, J.  W. Thompson of Thompson's Landing,  A. A. Ci.nk and J. XV. Manuel of  Burton City,-Thos. Dunn- and C.  Menhenick of Cninaplix. F. W. Jordan  and ��������� McCnloiieon of JN'akusp, XV.  Kirby of Fire Valley, ere the justices  al present on the commission for the  electoral district.  Thore will   be   a  meetinrr  of. Fire  Brigade Xo. 2 on. Monday.  May 20lh.  All members are requested to attend.  <%    V  \ -.*������W������B������l rf^������f"i *A������������1W i-i  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in Interests o  Kflvel? oke>,   Lardeau, Bi_ Benel, Troul Lake;  Illlcillewi.et, Albert C-uiy.-.n. Jordan  Pass and Eagle Pass Districts.  A. JOHNSON Proprietor  A nemi-Wteklr Journal, published In tho  t_rtere������'J of Roielatoke and the surround'nK  a unci, Wcdnewdayi and tiaiurdaj������, mti-i-K  UceMt oonnocilons with all nalna.  Advertl*ln������ Bate?: Ol������p;a>- ml. SI. SO per  c-cla_uil..ch. fit') kt inch when IniiTttdoiit uie  r-������������e. Legal aa������. 12c p������r (no-tmrulll line* tor  hrui l-.������rtlua : Sc (or each aeiillti.>ti'i.lit.������eri.nn.  Readinj t-oticce, 14c per lla<; e_c!i m-iie-. Ill 5 li.  >larna������-CAiid Death noticv-, free.  Bubecriplloa K-toa: Hy mall or > nrrlcr ?2 00  l������r annuiii:  *1."6 for six months, mildly in  ueir Job Department: Die ������_niW" Job  Lvprtmcnl is oiip of the beat e-'niiipP-d  priniinioaccii in West Keiotni-.. mid U prepared .<J execute nil kinds cf printing In llrjt  ela_) iTle al hom-st prices Ono I'ricu to {ill.  No job too larce-nonc too ���������minll-fortm. Jl u  orders prjnipdy attCLdid t). Give us a tiial  on j*ourne>.m:d.r. -,__._���������  ToCcr.-c*pondenu>: V e lm currc-pone.-  ence on any subject of iiiiiri'jt ���������/> tho neutral  cnbUc, and eJ.ta.ire a rcllabl' regular cor.-eio-  SoudeLt in every localr aurrou������d".g  fi'.velhlo'_e. Jn all caBCB the bona iliio litiinu  o' the writer niiistacconu-any manuscript, but  i ot necessarily for pubheatio .  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, B. C  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  1   All espondence    must-   lio    legibly  <rritM>u nn   n   side of the paper only. .  !. Corre*r������ idenco containins perscnal  B.8tter mub-IJbe siKced with t_s pr l-crnaiiie  1 3. . oneiP-udence with reference to uny  thlEK that has appcarid in a .other p-u er  must fli>t he> o.lere.i for piiMii:a"nn I Hat  paper before it can appear in Lit* "clt**'-������_-_  Olllc  SATURDAY,     MAV       27,  IS)!',  A LET FER FROM ATLIN.  John Shirley of Calgary Gives an   Inter     ^       _ _      esting Account of the Newest Gold    temporarily on his own rcsponsibiliO  tend   his   services.       A   fellow   minor  talking  to   me   about   him   the   oilier  day said  "O!   hut didn't he  put up :i Bai'i'islcrs,  grand   talk  last  Sunduy  night."  Well 1 must conclude. Severin  Fori and and D. G. Stewart were our  fellow travellers most of the way  here. Wo havo nil slaked claims  adjoining since coming. Soveiin  calls ono "The Toy," George calls one  "The Smith's Kails." AVe grouped  one string of live tind called it "Tliu  Lanark  Group."  Our olel I'rloiul Rose, formerly  ilruggisl of Hraiulein, anil later of  Ontario, California, was a fellow  traveller lasi summer, lie niimberetl  traveller last summer. lie wintered  .0 miles furl her on ihnn our place.  Ke hatl a fine cabin of liis own liuilel  ing. It is called lhe "Half Way  House," and was lbe best known  point or place, on lite trail, except  that of "Shirley Bros." which appeared to displace the name of "Olel  Hudson's Buy Post." ilosc is a lino  specimen or a gentleman and a jolly  ge>oel fellow. His threo partners,  fine men from California, arc all in  here. He will come In in thc sprlnc  with the horses anil oiilit.  The alien law. passed at Victoria  by .Ion Martin and his gang, iu placing  liuvoc with the inining business hero.  Although il. may prove a hcueflt Id us  few Canadians here. T consider it. a  contemptible piece of legislation.  After inducing people to come hero  by thc thousand thoy now tell the in  they aro aliens and refuse to give  thoni a license or record a claim for  them, unless they become ti British  subject. That they cannot do unless  tliey have been three years in the  country. Then their application for  their papers must be sworn to beforo  the golel commissioner bore and he  forward eel to a judgo al. Victoria to  be passed upon. Neither will tliey  allow an alien lo work in the mines,  although the gold commissioner is  allowing   them   the   latter      privilege  "WIUTI'*,   GWILLIM   &  SCOTT  Solicitors,   Notaries  Public.  Rlc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Kev-  elslnke Station.  Money Tei Loan.  W.  White,. J.  JI.  Scott.  B.A..  Q.  C. L.   1_  I!.  P.   L.  Gwil!im  i-I.\UVEV  &   JloCARTI-li  Hiiriisiers,   yuliiiiturs.   lite.  Solicitors lur Imperial Hank ol' e'ninnln  Company  finals  lu lean at _>   per coin.  unices:       Jlolsonu   Muni!   Uluck.  Fil'il   Street,   KovulsUike Station,   H.  C  DU ~  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH ��������� Rovelstoko.  I''o__;lii.iii serviutiS lit 11 a.m. and T7.il)  p.m. ''Hits luueeintt ut tho cloao ot thc  morning service), r-iibbath sjohuul and Bible  Oluob ui '2::<D p.m. Weekly piayor meeting  i:\ery i) celuiHuiiy ev.:.'iiig nt 7:30 p.m. The  yub.ieiiro euidieilly inviied.   Boais treo.  KEV. S. J. THOMPSON, Pastor.  fllUItUH OS KNGLAND-St. Peter's  X^i ltevel-.toko IloiiMof service: Evening  prayer eltilly nt a o'clock. Fridays al 7:30.  ^micltiyc. nnel l'usiivuiti: Holy Coiuiiiunion ut,  ii.ni., Miurniiig prayer at 11. Sunday dcliool  unil ttllilt: ClnuH nl 'J:;j), es'oe.liiK pray, r ill 7:!~U.  first, Sunday hi thu uioulli Holy Communion  ul mor..!ii|__ seirvieeB.   ii.   11.   S.   McL HAN.  iiut!   liesiili-'iicc   two   duurs   enst  of Ciiivan  Ul.iek.  Third   Streel.  Centre.  XiKlit anil elay calls lUtciuleel to.  Telephone  I'elini'Clinn.    KOiililtT   SAJISUX  Wotitl  Dealer aiul   Drayman.  Imiying anil elelivery work a specialty.      Teams always  ready  on  shortest  notice.      e.-.iiitraels  for jobbing  taken.  I. D i:c.\-l' I ON A L (.'A R D  pilKsJHYTKMAN UHUKCH-Kcyejlutoke.  L fervlee everj .Suiitluy m II a.ui. und I'M  li.iu. llib'ti Ul .as al '2'7M p.m., lo which  ,.11 nre wnlcoiiiu. l'rayer meeting at H p.m.  ivery Weilnesduy.  RKV. T. StliNZIES. I.isfor.  IIOMAN UATlIOI.Iil CHUROH ���������Revel-  1^- stoko. Mess lli'ot ncd tliirel Sundays In  month nt 10:30 a m.  RKV. FATHER THAYEK.  CALV ATION AHMY-.MciilinKS every r.ight  *J   in their lui 1 on l'Vonl Seroot  I'iMicll ilrawiny. black ami colored  crayons, oil and water color on canvass,   silk,   china,   etc.  Two Injurs  weekly;  ?1  per month.  [Cnglish (evening- class), (i hours  weekly. S" per monlli. French, two  hours weekly. S-l per mon tli. Latin,  livo   hours   weekly.  $1  por monlli.  Special  terms  to families.  Adelress: .Miss Steele. McKenzie  Avenue,   opposite  Taylor   IJIoek.  Loyal Orango  Lodgo, No   1658.  Kiefl      lli'iriiliir  iiit'rtln;rs arc belli In the  ^S-,    Oelelrullows Mali  mi the third Friday  ^rvv^tl    "f I'nt'li nioiitli at ",:in )i. m.   Visiting  Vi/O"3     bri'tliri'ii fiiriliiillv invilcel.  TB3ia-       W. ("i. Illruev. 'W.M.; I{. V. I'cttl  pit'e-f. Wee. Si'i'.; Or. T. JeflX Fin. See.; Thoa.  Siceel, '1'reasnrer.  hields.  Atlin City. B. C.. April IC, ISt)!).���������  .My Dear Friend: George and I are  eruite well. We survived the privations and hardships of the past year,  aud are cheerful and hopeful for the  future.  1 am glad to be once more in com'  munication with my friends, the- lirst  time since last September. We arrived here three weeks ago by Teslin.  We are on the hustle every day. We  found the ground pretty well staked  along most o������ the streams. Still  there was some good ground passed  bv or not seen- -Many claims although  staked correctly were not recorded  ror various reasons. Others again  although recorded were uot staked  legally. Consequently the new comer  got idemy of good claims. We secured a few very favorable looking  ones, and we are after a few more.  We wintered ai the old Hudson Bay  post.      Had  a   very gooel  time      and  made  some  money.      Put      up      anel  sold  a  few  tons of '    hay.      Speared  three tons of salmon through the ice.  Made  it into pemican.and   sold  it for  dog feed, besides feeding our owu two  dog .teams.      Drove scurvy    patients  to  the hospital   at Glenora for      tlit*  government at S5.00 a  day for      man  and dog team.     Had a good comfortable log cabin freo. also a good cook  ���������stove, the ouly one in the     country.  It was Intended for the steamer built  a-: Teslin, but got stranded.     We put  in bunks and did a lodging business.  Got another cabin close by. free also,  aud did a storage     business.      From  these various sources we were enaoicn  to replenish  our somewhat    depleted  exchequer.      The snow was deep, especially on the summits on the trail.  But   the , weather  was  delightful,  especially   around   our   camp.      A   few  cold  dips 40 and 50 below for a few  davs. then up to 20 and 30 abovo. not  enough wind tob low the snovi    from  the  troes.      We  hunted  considerably   during the fall, and early winter.    Got  abundance of ducks, grouse, pheasaiiis*  ar.d ptarmigan, tut no large game,  The Indians, however, supplied us  verv cheaply with plenty of moose  hnd' cariboo" meat. It is the finest  meat we c-vr used. We had plenty  of dried fruit aud everything good.  This wilh plenty of exercise in the  open air are the only preventives of  scarw. ihe banc- - of this northern  flimat?. Some of our fellow travellers were not so fortunate in those  blc-ssicirs and fell a victim to thc  dread dis-sasc-. We have not heard  jot of any etlaths directly from ii.but  V)nif- of th������m wc fear cannot live.  Good authorities tell us few. if any,  entirely K-covor from it.  On March 1st we pullod out fur  h^rn 250 miles. We hatl two . sti:el-  1..-IU teams. mir Sandon hound.-.  Bingo and Bonaparte, pure French  Beagles, and a team we bought, a  fine Scotch shepherd and a Belgian  blood hound, We made the trip inside of four weeks, although dclaye-d  some days by storms. We land'-d '."')'.'  pounds here. On had roaels and up  hills we had to push hard and often  double the teams. It was very cold  and rough the first half of the iri p.  Afterwards it was fin*-. Tbe last  few days we suffered from snow  blindness, a very common trouble  here. We had a fine tent, very  light. 20 pDtinds, although 10x12 and  .. good stove. "We hael plenty of room  for ourselves, our loads and our dogs.  So many were travelling that only  once had we to make a new camping  ground, always linding tent poles and  brush beds awaiting us.  Well lhis is quite a lively camp or  town. Quite a number of buildings,  and a great many more going up.  Tents, hundreds, yes thousands of  them here, up the trail eastward along  Pine creek, at Discovery, a town seven  miles up. and at Surprise, another  embryo tawn. at ihe bead of Pine  creek and tho root of Surprise lake,  nine niiles from Discovery. This is  a beautiful townsite. nearly level,  about enough trees for shade. It is  nicely surveyed. .1. H. Brownlee is  towusite agent. His son. Archie,  about Vi. is one of aiiout a dozen  clerks in the gold- reirnmissionor's  office. He recorded my first claim  the "Binco." There is one church, a  large un;. and one clergyman.  ' John Pringle. an old fucnel at Glenora  and alori'g the trail last summer. He  is a Scotchman, a Presbyterian, a  New Brunswicker. un excellent  preacher, a good dog teamer and a  good all round fine fellow. I am  altvays pleased to meet him and at-  Pleaso send me some clippings from  The Herald in your letter. Papers  are not brought in  the mail.      They  aro 25 cents each hero. Thc mail  comes once a week by dog train, from  Skacwav. f got your letter of September all right. This is the answer  Write soon. . Vour friend.  ,T. K. SHIRLEY.  J- V. PERKS, Prop-  Hotel Accoiiinindaiion (.he Best in* lbe  Cily for the; money.  Heated by hot air: electric   light and  bell in every room  Uouily sttee-t, car  between   hotel  and  station.  Lu'gc and well lighted  sample  room..  Free bus meets ::!!   i tains.  RIOVFLSTOKE, B. C.  B. R. Campbell.  Chief Ranger  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F..N0.3461.  Meets in the Oddfellows' Hall on tho  2nd and 1th Fridays of  nich month. Visitini?  brethren invited to  attend.  K. D.-J. C. Johnson  Roc-Sec.  The Aeme���������-���������**  Soda  Water  Works  pETTIPECES  Directory  and  Mao  of the  City f Revelstoke  1899.  I beg to inform the public  that tho Third Annual Directory and Map of the City of  revelstoko will be IsBtied  from the office of publication  on or about tho 1st of May.  Besides containing a complete  list of the, names, occupation  and residence of every male  resident of Itevelstoke and  vicinity it -will contain valuable information concerning North Kootenay. Place  your  order   now.  PRICE  FIFTY   CENTS  ' Remit   to   R. P. PETTIPIECE,  Revelstoke, B. C.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blaoksmithintri Jobbing  Plumbing.   FiPe Fitting  TinsmithinS  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Minir-g Work a Specialty���������������sv  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  These Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS,  opened up by thc ���������  Mineral  ies  Diamond Gore  Drill=^-  GOOD AS GOLD  Twenty  c  rage & Mayrie  Kolarios Public and  Conveyancers   Thousand    Dollars Worlh   of  Beef in One Train.  Fat cattle are leaving Calgary "almost daily: in fact for this time of  year the beef exports are larger than  ill any time in the history of Alberta.  A record shipment was made on Saturday night, being a train of 20 cars  fioig'htcd willi meat for the minors.  Tliere was a car for Skagway. a car  for Nanaimo and numerous cars for  Kootenay and coast towns.  Burns et company were the heaviest shippers.. Tliey had 12 cars on  tho train. "Bradcn & company (per  Ii. A. .runes) hael ������ cars and the  II. C. Market company 2 cars. There  was also a car of. hogs and a race,  horse.  Altogether thc train contained  ,?20,000   worth   of,. Alberta   live   stock."  Burns & company shipped live cars  on Thursday  to  the western market.  Shippers are complaining of lack  of accommodation at the stock yards.  The C. P. R. has been asked to add  more yards.the present capacity being  entirely too small for the rapidly increasing business.  Solo Agonts fnr the-  Smelter  Townsite  -- Mining'���������  Fire, Life and Accident  Insuraeco,  To obtain rapidly tlie knowledge of tbe vuhie of reel's or Inlpea  nothing is to be couipnred with the Diamond Core Drill, which will  prove more in 30 day=. thnn an outfit of men tunnelling or Kinking  shafts could provo in ten years.  The Diamond Core Drill can pierce tho mountains and ti.ke lh  ecret of what it contains from their very hearts, aud the moro solid  he rock formation, the quicker ic will do its wotk.  The Diamond Core-Drill is so constructed that it can be' taken  o  pieces and packed on the backs oF.horses and carried   and   woi ked  almost inaccessible places where water can be obtained,���������and it  be in almost any part of British Columbia.  For full information and particulars apply by letter or in p. rson to  J.    D.    SIBBALD,  R  EAL     ESTATE   AND     MINING . BROKERS,     REVELSTOIE  i^evelstoKe Hospital  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Aerated Waters, Soda and Mineral.  Waters in_Syphons and  Bottles.  Factories at Vernon aud Revet  stoke, 13. C. - ;       -    M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR' Ors.  McKechnie- and  Jeffs. Attendants  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  ,eon  Oi"i"ic:|,-���������  First St., litst,  Kevclstol;  Notary Public,  ������'oIc Agent i'or  Reveisiok_  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed rooms.  Tablo fu rni bh eii with  the choicest*, the market;  nffords. Best Wine-i  Liquors and Cigars  Rates  $1.     a daj\     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrtm?mmmm_m?���������&5  acj~^r.  ���������-.rist'i-"- -  iit'.! i i.i  Ycu Money  The Klondike Government Concession company, limited, has recently  been successfully floated. All the  share have been laken by London  investors. The capital is .CSOO.OfiO  and tho board of directors an exceptionally strong one. The property  oi the company comprises :-}00 acres  Of gold lands, on which it is proposed  To-ciriiJlej--tire-hires rh yi'.rcni !i~j~~m~i'n iU"ST(~;~AiN~  machinery. |  The  Edmonton police made an  im-'     ,.        \  portant capture  last week.      For the I  past year it was known  that a gang !  of snoak thieves was operating large-; Loan   "V'  ly  iu      the  town.      Petty  burglaries,  and   thefts   were   of   frequent   occur-' ' t.Vi'nily!  -���������-(.'���������  renc--,  but were      so  cleverly carried- '.iii-i- M. K  out as  to  defy  eletection   for a  time. '  As the result of the burglarizing o;' a  store   on   Sunday   of   last   week.'  the  police arrested      f. Husjiau      woman  named .Mary Hoticbal      residing     on  Nainr.yt)  avenue*,  her  two  :-ems,  P,ii;y  aiul Jack lioiichiil. and      two      fn].. i  Russian boys, named Kievka and l.uet-  wig,  who   live  in  a   "elug-ouf  below  the hill  at. Edmonton.      None of tl-.i..  hoys are over 1^ years old.      A Ian-:"  collection  of  ������-1oI��������� *:i  property of      almost every conceivable      kiml      wa.j  found   In  fiu-h   hoiine.      Tin;  wom.i-i.  who did   washing and  se-rubiilng      In  several   bon.-es  and  stores      in   town  had an ample opportunity or thieving.  The I'l-f-linilnary enquiry is at pri-S'Ut  proceeding, and tlio stolon      propeily  which is displayed at the lire hall. Is  being identified.  I ownsite  Mining-, Fire and  1.11c Insurn,~ticc ..  Oflice. Opposite C.P.R. Depot.  stj-ss.- .'..'*.  FAYETTE BUKER  THEMOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act iiF.,P.\nuv~_iKST, 1855.  HEAD, OFFICE MONTREAL  3  PAID TIP OAPITA7..  REST FUND  62 000,000  Sl.COO.OOO  &: DIRECTORS:  Wm. Molson JUctiikiisox, Prealdcnl;  S. 11. Kwi.vo, Vl.-es I'lmlrte-r.t; Z$  fc IV. M. Ramsay, Samukl Kisl���������  '  ' .        .  _  ..  ���������iLKT, llFNIir AKCIIinALP,  J. P. Cl._H)IUHN,  II. _l.\RKl���������l..I) MOI.KON.  F. WokrKUToN Thomas, General Mhii.ivim-.  8=  fc     A general banking business transacted.  SK* rates.      ,.   ���������     ���������;. J. D. MOLSOV.  ^ MAKAfiKN, Ki:v_-.I._ tOKK,   B. I'.      t~M~  Interest allowed'a.', current Z3J  3  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  RATES.   $l.oo   PER  DA'jf  M  "Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  ��������� nr  !.:  '.:������������������:-   \;  .IP. 1U-1T  -I'I  ��������� ni. ��������� re.;,-.  ! '-y.~c-'{^������^-6J''S--/y.--7J.  Undertaking ������rd Em-miming  Both Hotels Opei\ for the Winter  Tlio Arrow Lukes Steamers Kootcn.ay and'Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyancu is run in connection with the Steamers  ninl flif, Springs.  (loo'l Aceiiiiiiiioilation both  at   the   Springs   and at  I Ik: Landing.  Baths Free.        Kates  The  C olumbia  Good accommcdiliou. A e;ood bir  well supplied ��������� with choi-.-.j wine?  liquors and cigars.  tl  Free Bus Meets All Trains  T__-_d-___������*��������� -  Bpown   & Pool,  Proprietors.  REV  E li S T O  KE  R. Howson 8r Co.,  Who!  l i.'. ��������� ill !if.!- -.  'I'  uic'-iTupliie Communication.  S l.U'i per day.  J  REAL ESTATK  MINING  AND"  INSURANCE  .    AGENT  McKenzie Ave,  BROWN,  Proprietor.  .Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C.  Hest ArcoMMon.ATio.v  l.v TIIK fjAUDKAl'.  Kates $2 Pgp Day.  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor.  REVELSTOKE-  Sash  and  Doop  Facto  IVTanufooturere or  nntl Dealers In-"1  Rjili, D'lom. Tiiriilnst, Plinth*. Cnrr.fr  !t!m'k������. MniiMinffH i.f Mil lelli'l", Knucy  (lalilt'i nml Vprantlali work. Brat'kft-,  of cvury ftrpcrlntinn mad.; to "retcr.  St.irc _nel Ollice. Fitli������jf., Window  rrat-C5, with imsli ftttexl a spi'Cialtjr.  All tlie latest mae-liinerT. Dry kiln oo he:  lircmlivii. ('-ll nnel get price* imfor  (jnliic ������l.iuwh������re.  SAWYER & MANNING.  Do  You  Uiont a   Home  in   Thisj Growing    Olinlng on J  I^allcuay Centre  9  The C. & K. steam Navigation Company htva sin * i;   >    i  lighttul -"'lope-ty in Revelstoke.    It ia charmingly   situated,   himdv  to  to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at onco.    Easy  terms if necessary.  HHIG 8t C^fllG, Sole Agents  F. JAeCJIRTY  -Wholesale and Retail Dealer in.   PRIME BEEF, PORK.  JAUTTOJNi JMD SJfllDSJKElE  Fish   and   Game   in   Season.       Markets   afc   Revelstoke  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake  Saddle   and     PacIi  alwayB for hire.  Horses  Freighting  and  Teaming  specialty. f.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars xvi-ite  CRAIG & HiLLMAN, Thombo_.--sLandi:>o.  f  "y-������-  -nit Supplement to the RcflPstoke Herald, Hay 27, 1899.  THOMPSON'S LANDING  The Wagon   Road���������A   Store   Needed-  Personal Items  Tho.mvson's Landing. May 2.">.���������  On .May lUth Oi-aix & Hillniiin inmlu  tlicii* first trip iIiiuukIi to Trout Luke  Citv with two --horse tennis loaded  with freight. On their return trip  tliey will loiiil up with Bi'.-itrice ore  They are making regular trips anil  report the mails in fair condition  cons-icleu-iiig the stale they were in a  short time' ago.  On Sunday lust Mr. T. M. Baird.  part owner of tho Ktliel mine', cuinc in  with his wife .-enel two children from  tlu; cast. They are.- on their way lo  Trout Lake where they intend spending thc summer.  On Monday the 22nd instant, Ed.  llilliii.in came in with a hand of 15  work horses froin Calgary���������they are  beauties���������tliey make einito a Kernel  showing when dressed up with new  harness and hitched lo limnd new  wagons.  Mr. Westfall. of Rossland, a prominent inining man, his wife, two  daughters and a hreither-in-law, regis-  lereel al. the Prospectors Exchange on  the 22nd.  Mrs. Anderson, of Brooklyn, who is  ahoiit to open up the Four Mile House  on the Trout Lake road, is registered  at tin; Prospector's Exchange.  Business is picking up and the water  is rising rapidly and in a few elays at  the most the lio.its will be running all  the way up the channel to the Landing  oroper.  We are h.-tdly in- need of a general  store ut this place, and it would he a  splendid opunii.g fur an energetic  merchant to start. There is a vacant,  building here suitable for that purpose  and all that, is requited is asiiiull stoik  of staple goods and prospector's supplies: a good business is assured.  Wedding Bells  The Vancouver World of Thursday  says: "A quiet marriage took place  iit'S.o'clock lhis morning in Christ  cliurcli when A. TC. Phipp. accountant  of the Imperial Bank, Revelstoke-, was  uniled in iu.-iiTi._ge to Mrs. Robert  .lohuson, daughter ol* Mrs. Washington  Bonllliee. ol this city.ami sister of Mrs.  C. Gardiner-Jolinsiin. .Mrs. (Br.) Rutherford, of Portage la Praii ie, and Mrs.  J. 0. Benwell. The cereinonv was  conducted by the rector. Rev. L.  Norman Tucker, only llie immediate  frieiieis of the e eiiitracling parfies  being present. Tlie L-roemi was supported by C. H. Osborne. Mr. and  Mis. Phipp left on the Whatcom  express for the Sound, where lhey will  spend tlieir honeymoon, afterwards  taking up their residence in Revelstoke.'  The river started to rise em Wednesday night.  R.   H.  TRUEMAN  & CO.,  PHOTOGRAPHERS  Will opon up business in their new  stutlio in the smith Hlock the lirst week  in June, ami  will  remain one month.  HARRY  EDW.  Taxidermi]  11KBK 1IKAI1S,  ll lit I IS, ANIMALS, El  1'resorvcd ami Mtiiiiif  Third St. EasTofschoj  LADIES' gMPOl  Tllllll)   STK-ET,  C_NTHE.|  Opposite Cowan Block.  Latest, Daintiest anc;  Assortment  of F.  Goods  in  towi  M. K. Laws!  '��������� Natures   Own  Health  Pn-j  me Quaker B:  Cabinet  Turkish Ilntlis nt Home. Saves III  Metlieine nnel Doctor hills. Thestl  I'leiisiuit, Toning, Cleansing. Ml  Invigorating, Strengthening tt> i  blouel, muscles, heart, ete. Fur IJ  tieuhirs, information tir circulars ajl  Chas. J. Aman.<"������������o  T. D. PICKA1  ..ASSAYER..  eieiM, Silver or I.eatl   Copper���������".*.   Ocilil anil Silver   tlolil or Sliver nntl Copper   tiolel. Silver nml l.entl   ejolel, Silver, l.entl unel  Copper.  Prompt  Attention  to  Samples '  Cash Must Accompany the  A. N- SMITH'S���������BREAD  Is baketl in tlie ninilcrniiscl olel-fashionetl  way���������the wny your mothers anti your  grn'ntlniother- t'iiii. An immense brick  oven heateil by ���������M-foot wootl." the lire  ilrnwn ami there vein have it hot enough  to bake -UK) loaves. That's part of Smith's  see'ret of suet'L'ss. Tlie rest lien in knowing  how. I'akes nntl nil baker's goods fresh  everv tlav.  liroceries, Cannetl Goods, Coffees nnel  Spii'es, Itutter nml Eggs, Soups, Extracts  and everything in iho provision lines nre  sold by Mr. Smith at lhe very lowest cash  prices! All goods lielivrretl as ordered.  I'm- liiin n cull. Victoria Koad, East,  Kevelstoke, U.C.  Front Street,   :-:   Revl  iGcna  GHEAP  Keep Your  Butter Kold  Delivered  Daily  Mel  Own  Supplied by  Month or Weightl  . 12, LOVER  We Can Make You  A FINE L0T OF  NEWT  SJLVERW  jasr RECEIVED THIS  lNCI.fDINl"::::::::::*.  any kind ol n suit.���������bii-ye'Ie, tires or  Just n good iip-to-ilate business suit,���������of  any kiml of cloth, in any style you ask  for. Tailoring is our business; ami we  are known throughout North Kootenny  to be reliable. Why spend your gootl  money in cheap-John eastern sweat  shops, when you can ilo better���������qunlity  nntl workmnnship considered���������by getting your clothes from a union shop,  a shop that spends your money In town.  R. S. WILSON,  CITY MERCHANT TAILOR.  Carving Sets  Castors  Knives  Forks  Teaspoons  Butter Dishes  Bon Bons  WATCHES  AND  GL2  @aY Barb  ise  McKenzie Ave.  life.  Tare  fng.  _.<!_--  Fruit and Confectionery  Soft Drinks  Tobaccos and Cigars  Ice Cream Parlor  in Connection   Mrs. W.J. Lee  McKkhzie Avk.  Fine  Platino.  Photos  At Gould's.  Call anil inspect nnel leave vour order for  up to elale work.  FLiY TALK  Now is tin. season in which to  prepare for thu tneviuililu   FLY TIMES  We  have now in stock n fresh  Mlpply of the Hnesl   Dalmation  Insect Powder  We enn supply this nrtiule by  bulk or iu convenient tins.  Also we have   Tanglefoot Sticky Fly Paper  Wilson's rly Pads  Orders by telephone promptlv   delivered   in  all parts ol the city.  Mail orders promptly attended to.  ..FIELD & BEWS..  CHEMISTS    -    I) lt Ut'.RISTS    -    STAT'.OXEHR.  TEL. .13. KEVELSTOKE. H. C.  Summer Goods  Screen Doors  Screen Windows) -  Spring Hinges  Door Bells  Garden Hose  Garden Sprinklers  Lawn Mowers  Garden Rakes  Refrigerators  Ice Cream  Freezers  Wire Meat Covers  Iron Pipe and Fittings  ALWAYS    IN    STOCK  McCarty   Block. W.   M.   LAWRENCE,  Estimates given on roofing nnel furnace work.  Iii-  I Clearing Out  W        at 15 cents, all our 1-2 pint glasses of Jams and  gfe        Jellies.-  H& 1  GEO. BELL ������ CO.,  i The Way  H Our Confectionery, Fruits and Groceries have j  Jb sold lately is sufficient   guarantee   that   the  !| Price and quality are right. j  fife GEO.   BELL   ac   GO.  ft& Jobbers and dealers in Groceries, Confectionery, Fruit, Hay, Feed, i  yS������ n- a.:m:.a.s, 3^__A.2sr__A.c3-Eia ;  ���������^g TELEPHONE Xo. 33. Front Stkkkt, KEVELSTOKE, B.C. '  F7=5n VeJ   ia   I"?   i. t-v ri ,-���������.. "'  a1Sa   w������1LtjSa  Dealer in.  I Gents' Furnishings  Boots and Shoes  Hats and Caps  Stationery-  Tobaccos  Cigars  Fancy Articles, Etc. ���������?������  nil  Victoria, Slay 22.���������The expoctetl hus  happened. Tho great fire, so long  threatened lias at last overwhelmed  ""Dawson City and nothing Is lett ol  tho centre ol tho Klondike metropolis  save a. heap of costly ashes. Fortunately the big wnrehousos or the  colossal companies escaped untouched,  but 111 buildings largo and small  were consumed ere the lire b'ui-iicil  itself out. This fire was caused  aa was its protl-coauor that all tun  obliterated the town, through tho upsetting of a lamp by an inmate oi :i  sporting house. The loss Is estimated at over four million dollurs, though  fortunately  without fatality. Thi-  tlro occurred on April 26. Among  the most prominent firms burned out  were the Bauk of Uritish North America; the Canadian Bank of ' Commerce; Me.I-Cllan & McFeely, of Vancouver and Dawson; tho Parsons  Produce Co., of Winnipeg; the Itoyal  cafe; Donahue &. Smith; tho. Aura  saloon; the Bodena and Madden  house; tile Victoria hotel; McDonald  block; and tho California Exchange  There was no insurance whatever.  SEAGRAM'S HORSE DEFEATED  Toronto, May 22.���������After eight successive years of victory in the Queen's  Plato Jos. Seagram' was forced to  lower his colors Saturday to Wm.  Hendrie, of Hamilton, whose horse,  Butter Scotch, captured tbe guineas.  Seagram's entries were prohibitive  favorites.  AUSTRALIAN    CRICKETERS    WIN  London, May 22.���������The Australians Saturday defeated the South ol  England cricketers by 74 runs, ending  the match. With the exception ol  Ford none could resist the, bowling  of Trumble and Howell.  AMERICAN LINER AGROUND  Falmouth, England. May 22.���������The  American liner Paris is hard fasl  aground just off Lowland's point, two  miles east of Cove rock. The vessel  went aground In a dense fog. The  passengers were landed safely at Falmouth. It is not yet known to whai  extent, the vessel is damaged. Cap  . tain Watkins reports that- she Hpr In  a comfortable position in a smooth  sea. There is great excitement in  the offices of the American line. Thc-  agents lhave" sent a special train to  Falmouth and Southampton for passengers. . There were So first class.  109 second cabin, and 192 steerage;  passengers.      Nobody was even hurt  CONSERVATIVE   CONVENTION  Montreal. May 22.���������Preparations foi  the Quebec Conservative convention  to be held on the 24th have been  concluded.  o MARKED CARDS  Montreal, May 22.���������Members     of a  Montreal social club are on trial fot  allowing marked cards to .bt������  played-  in their rooms.' '  FATAL ACCIDENT AT ROSSLAND  Rossland, May 22.���������On Saturday  morning a terrible accident occurrod  In the main shaft of the War Eagle  mine, whereby four men 'lost their  lives. - At the hour stated XV. F.  Schofleld, H. A. Honeyford, James O  Palmer and Thomas A. Leville entered  the elevator at tho 250 foot level. The  engineer started the . machinery, but  ' the seat holding the maiu bolt, on the  Btartlng of the lever in sc������ne way. not  yet ascertained, worked off and the  bolt fell out throwing the engineer  on his back. All control was thus  lost on the hoist and it' dashed down  to the foot of the shaft a distance of  300 feet.  me  _ ^A. party _of. the..Dominion.Exp_r_ess.  company officials, composed of W.  Stout, - gen, manager, Montreal; G.  Ford, supt., Winnipeg; J. Boswell,  superintendent, Montreal; J. Boswell,  a iperlntendent, Toronto; W.H.Brown,  auditor, Toronto; G. A. Newman, assistant treasurer, Toronto; H.G.Meyei  tiaffic manager, Toronto, arrived in  Sancouver on Saturday. They art  making a weetern tour of inspection.  Nelson flre insurance agents have  asked the board of underwriters for  tho province to appoint an inspector  who will reside in Kootenay. As  matters stand at present, the ratings  of the cities are very unsatisfactory,  it being pointed out that two or three-  different ratings havo been given for  identical buildings       in Nel  son. Local insurance men also desire to have thc ratings of the risks  ln the city revised. Their request for  n resident inspector has been endorsed by the city councl of-Nelson.  Somewhere about a year ago, an  epidemic of dog poisoning set In here  and somo of the best bred and most  valuable dogs in the city were destroyed by some malicious person.  Not one dog that was in any way a  nuisance, or that was not with a tag  waB lost, tbe curs and ugly and  vicious animals were left alive. Now  a similar epidemic has set in, and  some malicious person or persons has  started In to destroy all the valuable  dogs on Second Avenue, between  Washington and Lincoln streets.���������  Rossland Miner.  For a long time it has been uueler-  stood that Armour and Swift, of  Chicago, were looking for sites in  Toronto, Ontario, on which to locate  branches for the development of thc  English bacon trade under Canadian  conditions. Nothing definite, however, has as yet been accomplished  by theso firms, but of late the rumor  ia again revived. For several days  recently a representative of a Chicago  Ann is reported as having been In  Toronto ln search of a 10 aero lot for  tho establishment of such a plant,  but so far, it Is Bald, a site to suit tho  agent at a suitable price has not boon  fiocured. No details of tho scheme  arc obtainable but It goes ^thout  Baying that nu establishment covering 10 acres of ground would bo one  requiring tho investment of a large  amount of capital, and will furnish  employment to a considerable) force  Ot employees.        ..,, ���������  .;?.��������� S.v&L  SCAB  * ENGINEER  and then as I looked back to get a overy man still at his post, the nature-  breath my amiability was not in- 0f the ground not being sufllcientlv  creased to see the     fireman     of our   invmng for i0fty. tumbling, and could  the maniifc-onient was using every way  to clear the side truck- of the division  !n aeidltlon to taking care of the seemingly cndlctM) procession of freight  trains pouring In tu each terminal. I  hail experience il thy uddod work entailed by a rclttxcd blockade many  times before.', but always hh a train  dospatclicr, anti never fully realized  ihe posit lun of au overworked englnc-  .n.-iii. (jiving to tho scarcity of men  dome; of lite helping eiUTlilun were lniii  ult und ltiej.se III service hud to elo  tlouble and sometimes treble umy.  .uany   time's   (luring   lhat       pcrluil   ou  ��������� lours would pass wltliuut even the  iirovorbiul "40 winks of sleep" to rest  my aehiiijr Iie'ael, and the Hight of the  'call boy ��������� coming toward tne engine  utter every ..run with his uirty uog  ton on ine Kocky Mountain elivision."  The road was conge sled with freight  .tec animated eiuring the "tie-up" and  .���������tiffin, isl between Helena anil Ellis-  'j'lie termination of the great railroad  . trike of 1W8 found me, through loree  uf circumstances, catering to the voracious appetite of a mountain locomotive out of Helena, Mont.', on the _Nor-  tnern Pacific railroad, or us the olliciul  record shows, "fireman on consolidated  eared book held in readiness for us to  .���������ugn as acknowledgment of an order  eo "turn back" when the engine was  coaled became a nightmare. When at  intervals two or.at most five hours  could be snatched for rest, how soft  the planks of the round house floor  seemed"1 as I would throw my tired  oody upon them and with a bundle of  waste for a pillow and no preparation  other than kicking off niy heavy shoes  drop off into a dreamless sleep only  to be again awakened for another attempt to prevent the 11 foot firebox  tit the old Baldwin hog from eating  ihe seven tons of coal on the tender  before the summit at ISlossburg was  reached. There was only one relaxa-  *.ion outside of these occasional naps,  and thnt was in coming down the hill  .m either side. Then the fireman was  .-.t liberty to light his pipe and ring a  warning bell at the occasional road  t-rosslngs. In the exhausted condition  ..lost ot us found ourselves this amusement would set the participator nod-  f.ing and that would not be tolerated  .'>��������� the engineers, irritated as they  ivere by the disturbed condition of  labor circles. In order to avoid the  advances, of  the  drowsy  gou  and  at  ne same time perform a portion of  ihe fireman's,) duty, which -from con-  .tant roau-service might otherwise be  ,-egiected, I would cilmb out on the  .unning board and with waste in hand  .vipe   tne  boiler  jacket,   steam  dome,  ana box, bell, smoke arch and cab as  we swayed around sharp curves or  .umblea over high trestles, the nx-  -reme uanger ot tlie pus...un serving to  ..eep me awake and the result of my  ..���������orK to win commendation from my  -ngineer and muster mechanic. The  .unnel whicli pierced tne mountain  just east of Biossburg waa alwavs  -Hied with smoke ami this, with tiie  -.ripping water from thc damp rocks  ���������it its roof and sides, would besmear  ���������������������������he engine from  stack to cab, so  the  ��������� iownward  pitch  of  the -hill,    alwavs  ��������� olind ine outside.  A telegraph ollice called SkyllneSvas  ihe lirst habitation passed after letiv-  .iig*. the lunnel going toward Helena;  .non, crossing dozen of tressels high,  low, wood anil iron, some on a straight  ine and some on reverse curves, the  track wound around on a pitch of 200  feel to the mile through the mountain  pass. A smaller tunnel, more curves  bridges and rock cuts, and another  telegraph otllee, Butler, was reached,  i wo long side track's for meeting  trains had been put in here, a water  tank enabled the thirsty giants to  store in a fresh supply ot steam giving  fluid in going west, and a little dog  house, called by courtesy a telegraph  office, stood with its semaphore like a  warning arm etxending toward the  track. In order to guard against a  .lead on collision arising from an east  bound train getting beyond the con-  irol of the crew and tearing into  Liutler before thc opposing train was  In the sidetrack to clear, a so called  'safety switch" adornetl this station  yard, a monument to the mentility of  tome theoretical cln_f engineer of  maintenance of way. Thc switch connected a-spur side track leading a  niiort distance up a sliglit_incline,_ter_^_  -iiiinatiiig-ln_a-san"d' bank. When ' a  meeting point was made at Butler  eno operator there .wus given'" an  order to set his "safety switch" and,  alter his reply was received, the trams  .vould be given tne appropriate meeting orders. ��������� Though It afforded immunity from heau on collisions in  -ase of a runaway, yet the prospect  presented to ths crew of the runaway  .rain for long life and happiness was  ..ot dazzling. Even if the engine took  .ne switch without leaving the track  ..ne short spur would be only a snaw  .o check the speed before lt piled up  .a the sand to be covered with freight  jars and their contents.  From Butler east the country waa  'ess rugged, though a grade of 100 feet j  .o the mile was followed to Birdseye,  inence to tne grade crossing of tne  Aioiuana Central railroad the track  iv us level, followed by a. slight incllna  -mo Helena. This description only  .alntly pictures one side ot the hul  on wulcn I passed so many perspiring hours.  as thu engineer has * only little  manual labor to perforin his efforts to  seep awake were more unsatisfactory  when handicapped oy long hours, auu  rather than be caught napping old  ilander. the "eagle eye" of the 481,  demanded and received eight hours'  i'est In every 24. Though it was accorded the engineer the fireman who  displayed such . temerity would have  had his life made miserable, so I  poked around attending to my duties  in a semi stupor all tne time with a  3tranger at the throttle every" few  trips.  one morning I found a new engineer  oiling round in Gander's place when  I came yawning down from the lunch  counter to go as a helper on No. 1, the  Pacific express. He was a long haired,  eccentric fellow, one of the first "scab"  -���������ngineers employed during the strike  and retained more on that account  -han for his ability as a mechanic.  In fact, the concensus of the opinion  among the firemen was that any man  who went over the hill with the new  man took his life tn his hands owing  to his ignorance of the machine In his  charge.  We went to ISlossburg all right and  there cut loose from the passenger  train and followed them down the  mountain. Nothing seemed wrong  with the way he handled the engine  except his apparent unfamlllarity with  tho nir brake, a device never so Important as on such a hill as this. On  reaching Ellloton we wore'ordered to  turn back with 32 loads, double beaded  Blospburg, and with the 481 alone  bring the train through from that  with another mountain engine to  point to Helena.  Tho   new   man   worked   the   engine  very hard In  the short run to Bloss- ���������  burg,  taking fully  two thirds of the j  weight of the train, and every    now I  helper hanging out of his cab window  laughing at me while he watched the  blacK smoke roll from the -isi's stack.  The crest of the hill was at the east  switcn of Biossburg sine track, and  after the helper engine cut olf we  pitched down into tne inky blackness  of the tunnel with nothing to do but  to keep the train under control. ��������� As  we emrged into daylight again 1  climbed bareheaded from the cab  window to the running board reneiy to  begin my reqular wiping off. Hardly  fiael I made a pass over the boile;.  ] jacket when it seemed the old girl had  gone craZy There was no checking  speed,   but,  instead      the      whistlS  be el is-  trumpet on the  few   seconds   of  ot    .    be>Jl 'beside me vibrated      with  frantic  brlikes ������" th0 "W-Hcatlon of hanel  Drakes in response to the einrineer's  nervous jerks of tho wh st..' cord  wh?nhaeinU.y )lUe man "'"' '^tT.s air,  which had been turned from "automatic to 'straight" on all the cars  before leaving Biossburg that possiblo  Jeakago anight not set tho braku  and it. seemed that my period of rest  iu common with that of the rest of  thc tram crew would onlv  turbed by Gabriel's  judgment day. A  deliberation served to convince me  I would stand as much chance for mv  life where I was as inside the cub,  and acting on this decision I hung  doggedly to the hand rail with* one  hand, while with the othor I passed  tho waste mechanically over the shivering siues of an engine whose momentary transformation from a  powerful mechanism to a, heap of  useless scrap iron seemed imminent.  My mind was busy footing up my  shortcomings, great and small, and  admitted no thought of phvsical  fatigue. I did not dread what seemed to be the inevitable ��������� result, the  novelty of the situation throwing me  in a sort of trance. Looking into  the cab I could see tlie engineer pale  anel Inert Bitting there with apparently no Idea of what he should do. It  was too late for me to render assistance and T looked back at the train.  There I saw the three brakemen  stretched out on the tops of as many  cars holding to the running bar with  a death grip. The conductor was  seated in the cupola of the caboose  straining at the brake in a useless  attempt to check the speed.  A swing and . a' lurch and we  struck Skyline bridge, a long reverse  curvo tressel over 2U0 feet ln length.  Tho structure swayed until lt seemed  many inches out of line, and how It  stood the enormous strain- of the engine, or how the train held the track,  no' theory could ever make plain to  me. We. passed safely over, and  with Increased speed roared past the  rock cut on the other side of the  gulch. It would be useless to attempt to describe the details of that  ride; it was the rush of an avalanche  holding In itst embrace half a dozen  human lives. * Half a dozen! Aye  more, for we had orders to meet  another freight train at Butler, and  unless they left Helena long" before  our departure from Biossburg our terrible run would bring us to the meeting point Joug before the opposing  train would be on the side track, and  if the operator at Butler had neglected to set.tho safety switch that crow  as well might pass into eternity.  1-Jagerly I watched ahead for the  Butler semaphore, and when it came  in sight a littlo down the mountain  I felt it was all up with us without  question. Seeing the safety switch  was not set I frantically motioned to  tho engineer to renew his whistle  signals that the operators might still  turn thc bar which would at least  save the lives of those Innocents  running into danger. Our engineer  could seo tho peril and the train crew  also understood from-the, whistles  what was in store for them.  As one man wo ull began scanning  the rocky slopes of the track endeavoring to find some spot soft  enough to warrant a flying leap with'  an accompaniment of broken bones.  We struck the straight line a few  hundred  yards  west  of Butler  with  then see tho other train waa "in to  clem-" on the side track with nothing  to obstruct our progress, thc crew oi  the side tracked train scuttling out  of the right of way to avoid possible  flying fragments. Smoke and llame  was pouring from a dozen axle boxes  along our train, lending-tho added  danger-of a broken Journal and derailment to the already existing  probability of jumping the track. The  ri hVVi ! guides of tho -181. lu plain view from  my perch ou the running board, wore  blue from friction, and -.the air was  filled with the odor of burning oil  from the various overheated bearings.  The noxt point wbero troublo awaited  U3 was tho crossing of the Montana  Central railroad, where state laws and  tlio rules of the road compelled all  trains to stop before venturing over  tho other tracks. I think all had  become hardened to danger by this  time and wero speculating on our  chances for cutting the train of a  rival  road in two.  Sure enough a traiii was about to  pull over i������ our face anei eyes, when  its engineer, realizing the situation,  stopped just in timo for us to bound  across'.' clearing their engine pilot by  two feet. We struck the up gratlo  here, and a slackening of speed allowed the brakemen to pass from car  to car, setting the brakes as they  went-and bringing the train to a  standstill just over the crossing, and  .nono.too soon, for an axle ot tho  engine truck broke at the collar  while the drivers were making their  last revolution. It was useless to  attempt to start with the 481 in this  condition, and a man was sent two  miles into Helena for a wrecking  train, and thero ended our, run.  My labors ,ln cleaning-the engine  were wasted, for It was months before  481 came out of the shop-after being  practically rebuilt, and the engineer  received an indefinite - suspension  without pay in which to study the  mechanism of the Westinghouse  brake.  ���������A. M.  ALLEN. .  eve I stoke   %  REAL  ESTATE  IS STIFFENING  THE CROW'S NEST COMMISSION  The Lardeau railway is assured.  Steamboat communication "with  the Big* Bend and Canoe River  gold fields is being* pushed forward.   A great future is opening  up before  The Gity of Revelstoke  Now is the  time to take hold of  the remaining chances of bargains  in business and residential  property.  These are some properties  vve are handling  S700 will buy two Que business lots 7 ������ntl 8, block 10, on first street, 50  & Kennedy, at Mann's camp, about | * "*; by 100 feet. Opposite R. P. Pettipiece's residence. Easy terms.  SO miles west of the Seventh Siding,,;-$230 cash will hoy two nice lots,i 50 by 100, nearly opposite Sampson's  which was- at that time the end of the j. ,'.     bouse.   L its 3 and 4, Block 11.  r^ign?*   Tehney������goi St^C 'J��������� ^"/T * '* ^ 1^ ^T^ ^ ^^  Fraser had $6.35 coming to him, and  ifilOOU will buy a block, euxlOO on Campbell Avenue.  MeDonald $5.35, the remainder being $1000 will buy a lot 25x100 in the centre of tbe busiuess part of Mac-  eaten up with--board and-other     ex-j    ;*      kenzie Avenue.  penses.- Hot*i were taken. Ill with ^qq wiu imy twQ ]ots G aild 7 block s 50xio0 opposite C. B. Hume efc  diphtheria. -   Although a doctor could     y      Ca.s ware hol Campbell Avenue.  have been brought     without     much1.,- m    ... .     -      . __ii__.niii.f__        mi ���������  _ _._. -n-  trouble, anel the men isolated and . H000 ,wl,l "������? a ho������se and 'ot 9il?Ioc,,c 40' ou Third Street. Five rooms  cared for on the spot," this was not j ���������' bath room aiid pantry. . S400 down and balance on time to suit  done,  but  they   were   removed,   with,    --'      purchaser,    x ho lot ia 50x100.   - ���������   --  tho thermometer 13 degrees below $3,500 will buv a block fronting .on First St. opposite the Imperial  zero, en     an     open-   sleigh, to the - *.;      B.mk.   Size 100x150x75.   Corner Connaught   Avenue   and   First  St.   The C. P. K. siding runs along ono side.    A splendid business location.  Mr.' Clnte Presents his. Report  Ottawa, May 19.���������The report of Mr.  It. C. Clute, commissioner .appointed  to enquire into the Crow's Nest Pass  railway trouble, in connection with  the death of Charles Ii. McDonald and  B. Fraser, of New Glasgow, Nova  Scotia, was presented in parliament  "today.  Both men worked for Messrs. Mann  Seventh Sidlns, and put In a box car.  McDonald died, between 10 and 11 at  night, and Fraser between 1 and 2 in  the   morning.  Commissioner Clule says that while  medical  attendance could   have  been  got   iu   the  first instance  at  Mann's  camp, and again at Bullshead, during  that terrible journey, and in the de- i  plorable conelition of Fraser and Mc- i  Donald, yet uo attempt was made to (  secure it, and, from the very first, he |  adds, the men got no chance for their ;  lives.      Mr. Clute says      that     they .  should  not  have been   sent forward, i  but  if  they  were,  they  should   have  been properly cared for.      This duty j  devolved  upon  the company and its j  officers.     There was lack     of     tern  porary hospitals.  $2000 will buy a business block 50x100 fronting oiii First St.,  between  the two banks.   A fine site for a business houso.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  pill PRDPERTIliS I  INCORPORATED 1670.  We have just received a Supply  of Eastern  Potatoes  Which we will offer for  $1.00  Qrog'an & Co. are hand- y  ling some of the finest J^  mining propositions in the jgk  Big Bend, Lardeau and <2f  Fish Creek camps of North Sfe  j& Kootenay. Full particu- fte  J* lars obtained and furnish- J^  ���������Jr e& about mining claims in *9  & the District, f$f  Carnes  Crctk  Consolidated  and   Great  Iiiinited, at 35 eents.  Western Mines,  Pel* Bushel  These potatoes are a first class lot and arc  suitable   for seed as   well as for   table  Write :  use.  Hudson's Ffay Co., ,Calgaf$  FIRE INSURANCE���������We are agents for R. P. Uithet & Co's. companies.  ;   MONEY TO LOAN  Canvassing agents for the Equitable Savings,   Loan and  Building Association.   No membership fees.   No necessity  to take shares.      No fines.        Tho  association offers  a  ,   straight loan repaid in monthly instalments.    Can be paid  off altogether after two years,  $ GROGAN & CO.  *9$      Address:   Revelstoke.  nf      Office :   Herald Office,  flt*       Code:   Moreing    Neill.  IMPERIAL BPK  ���������tJF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital        $2,090,008  Reserve    -   -   ���������   -   1,200,000  Dircotera:  H. S. Holland   President  T.K.Merntt,Vic_ Pre*., (St.Citharine*)  William Kamsay, Robert JaffraT.  Hugh Ryan,  T." Sutherland Stajner  Elian Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branotiae  North West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  South Edmonton.  Portage la  Prairie  Princa Albert  V-HCouym  Winnipeg  Reyelrtok-  Ni������Ison, B.  ONTARIO.  Essex {Niagara Falls   St. Ihomaa  Fergus        Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait    ���������      | Rat Portage      Welland  Ingersoll   (Sault St. Marie Woodstock  Listowell  |St, Catharines   Hamilton  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, UuiteJ  Kingdom, United States, Europe.  India, China, Japan, Australia, Naw  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  This Bank Issues Speolal Receipts  which will be accounted fop at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts In tho  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manaarep'Revelstoke Bratuh  _^:WALL  Papers  tl'ilf, lii!.-ntin<*.   Micas,   Kin-  boSMtl Gilts,-:n I borders of  iilltlusciip-ioiis.  '    The die ipest finel best stock of  WALL t'APKKS in the city.  .   Libcml   eIi:>e.''oiiiit3   t_:iveu   on  r.     nil y.'isli orelt-Tjs.i  I   (leal  onlv'  In    IV A L L  ���������I' A I" E ft S   anlsoliellan  inspeclloii of my stock.  W.SPipney  .MeKEiNZIE  Canadian  Pacific  Rail wav.  and Soo' Line.  WORID'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST   AND   WEST  FIRST CLASS'AND  TOURIST SLEEPERS   from   PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  Q'lic-k Tiuip,' Good .Service,  Fewest Changes,    Lowest Rates  Tickets issued through and  Baggage   checked to destination.  ,   . DAILY TRAINS.  East. West.  S.2ok. .lye���������Revel9to\e���������Ive. 16.50k  TO AM) FROM   KOOTENAV POINTS.  S.15k.. Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr..16.05k  For   information,  time   cards,  maps and tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  W.   F.    A.v������ersox,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Coyi.e, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  J. R. .full  & Company  Batchers   and  AU orders in our line prom  ,, filled.-  ..."   Ketail Dealers in Beet, Pork **C  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTO^jf  We Bav   a Good Supply of  Building  Material  a������i Lumber  CUT PRICSS TOR SPOT CAS  Call and see us. We ������_n fix yo x "  REVELSTOKE SAW MILS  R*v������Istok������ StfltloS B.    C.  ^-'~-^_.. BB  SPECIALS  "_i  splendid assortment-  of   Ladies  Vests  with or   without sleeves  for 25 cads.  Ladies''   Black and   Tan   Hose, fast  colors, any size for 25 cents.  ji few pieces oj Irish homespuns for  summer skirling, in linen, ive ���������  will sell, al 20 cents.  Some of the latest   novelties for curtains iu pretty patterns and colors  at 15c, Iiie;. and 20/;.  We have without exception our,  of  the finest   ranges   of   Blouses  shown   iti  the west, prices  run from 5 Or;, to ??,.50.  A new line of fancy Chiffon Frilling  just iu, also some pretty Blouse  Setts in nem   designs, wc  will sell at bOc.at  The Cash Bazaar  XV. Ml*I.DP.I'M,  H'O.WSOX BLOCK.  MANAGER.  Me.K.KN_IK  Summer Waists  Sunixner Skirts  Costumes, Etc.  Stock is now very complete.  AVE.  rjm   A-; F.XCI~LT.1->*T tl'ItlXO TON If.'.  "JfRE&II ifi'l'LY JUST ItKCHlVJiO.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  LIMITKO.  ri.'AS. I'.. MclJOXALIi, Maunder.  McK._N7.IE   AVE..   l'.EVKLSTOKi:   STATION.  Boys' Wash Suits  Ages 2 to io years,  75 C.  .to $2.50  %&������%  ������/&/  ������ttt  :_r_:.'_F-'.  ������������������^���������P4  ���������W-l-J  1-1,  c____cM������a  irom ��������� ns  save  Reform and Labor Association  ���������This'association met on Wednesday  night, "V.-B.;Pratt in tlie ��������� cluiir. A  communication was retail from thei  |e;ity dork stating tli.tt tlie council hud  tixed the rate nf wages .011 municipal  work ut from 20 tei 25 cents per hour  for laborers, anel25 to 30 cents for-  mechanics.  A resolution was passed ret]nesting  tliu liconse lonimissioneis not to grant  inv further licenses lo sell liquor east  of Campbell Ave.  It was also resolved that it would he  of more practical benefit, lo tho city  anil district, if llie money appropriated  for tlie construction of the Big''Bend  wagon roael,was withdrawn anel serve  a. more beneficial purpose hy being  tisutl in 'opening up trails fo the mint's  further nortli. as recommended by our  member, .T. M. Kellie, anel that copies  of the resolution be sent to J. Al.  Kellie .inul"' Hun. Commissioner eif  L;iiiiJs anil Works. The meeting then  adjeiiii'iii'd till this evening.  LGGAL  ARO  GENERAL   KEWS   __  The City Council is applying for a  ponndki-oper.  .Thursday was kent as a holid.'iy in  tht- government olllces.  Dr. Malliison and Mrs. Mnlhison  left Kaiiiliinpa on Monday for Gtoon-  woocf City.  J. S. Turn'mill. lvprosentinc: the1 Superior and British Olnmhiii -Mining Co.,  i-iiiue in on Wednesday night.  The bicycle cli-.b v.ill liavo another  run on TuosdiVy evening next, and a  niet'ling in tlie'lire hall (No. '2) after  tin* run.  The Ladies' Aid Society of the;  .Methodist church ������ ill hold a snci.-tl nt  the 11.11s01-1a._re on Tuesday evening,  M.iy'SOlh. Jiveryboely cordially welcome.  V-.B. llunie i: Co. have received the  iijipoinliiii'iil a? sole agi'iiis fni- the  fuiiious Slale-r --hoes, and in a iniiiiths  lime a fine assortment of these goods  will be in stock. ��������� '  Tom Bain, v.-ho had charge, of the  ���������work nf (ircpuring lho river bank  and sowing tin-'grass seed crmcliided  tlie work on Tucvdav a-.id made a verv  creditable job "of it. "  Chas. and Mrs. Turnros hail an  uii-e-!, into tho crock finm the hiidcre; at  th_ fnot of iheir farm while going  home on Wednesday. Luckily no  d.-iui&g- was dono.  Tho bodies of two of the unfortunate  ���������nl  fee-  Uf^f  .Taylor Block,*  McKenzie '��������� Avenue.  tii/i,  /-_5-\'-^~  r2*za.zzz2&������225<'-  mini-is   vho  p.'ii.-hi-d  in  ri  tile  111 the ri'ie'tit arcidt'iit at the War  tiitrie mine uenL tinf.iigh to tlie-east  for but-ii'.l tliis morning.  'Service-   1011101 row    in   St.   Peter's  "*** church:     Cel'-brati _n   of    tlio     Holy  Kucha) ist   at ii a.111.:    morning   pi-ayc-i   nj-.d-sc': .e.mi-a-ul 1���������:i.!!iu__!incU"A__sclio_l_  nt '2:'J/'-: IJ.ipii.-iii'* .it 3:10: Bvcnstuig  and _ erriinii al 7:*;!> p.m.  The K.iin!..oij= man who won the  f.ist pri'/.e in the on., mile Move h- nice  w.i.- n.iiili pl-.i.--il ��������� wilh lhe very  li:il!.l>c.'.i-.i' &2n L'olil w.-ili-li. iiliicll \V.  .1. Law hiii'.g n;> for 1hi.- event.    l-Milie  i-.uv.-iml.- knew a go  11 mil fni   ,-ecotid   jilr  lhing  when   In*  T^^^M^'^MBANS ' r v  '7"UUu'^Uu-UuL'U^  At..���������.lust:..regular- .steamboat?conncc-  tion?i.e.tweUii'K_velstoktfi^  'o"ivtiie:.iip])or'.i-ivtu"''hii's'iioconitsvii::ili'at:V'  tie:iVqi.ostioii'uj^  iiSid&tiy'puiAoi^  taiiiicoiiditiiWis.  .What, will-this inf'iiii  tothe-: jieiplo: of ?;Uevelstejke- iViielvthe:  BigV-Jt'iid district?S'-_. In Jhevfii.tvpliieo  '"it- willmeiui ' a-red net ion', of sa t fleiisl  SO per <;euit. 11 toi 1 011 freigli . to ih'ii.uoh.  OrcekViis coiiipiirftl'wilhhi .teispurty by  piickti'iUiliill.'.'t-lll!';- way:? Iti?e;qsfs ?al,  present !jU(_.0;ii? ton to;gtitsupplips, inlo  F re_ich?,<jrcokyl>y;pa^  way,? wlieii'eWtsy.by. ���������sU'iiuibeVai,? lo   I.n  ;l?tn:te.and' pack?train? for?tlie vi-estSif  thu?disliiiieU;'it?'woiiid?:cosl, Viiti   inorc  tha 11? half, tliat, niiiriiin.i''."."'������������������It is,sea reel y  .necV'ssiiry''' toV'poiiit>.6'ut   lieuv   greatly  tliis wiuildvtacilHate operations iivth''  TJig.'Rp.iui'di'strii-'t. eveii at; the furtlipst  poiiifbeyouilthe in-eseiit hencl of nayi-  igiitioiv Atftwhiehwliiiiiing  oporations  are being now;, fitvi'icd on.-- "While ?fo  eaiiips sucl.'ius Lnt'oriiie Creek, Ciirues'  (yi*i'ek, iveystoiie: Jl.oinitiiiiiVahiVSt.iin-  tlard Biisiti, the prnpcirtieiiiate ainount  .sit ved ���������; won Id': lie: iiy e 11  g reateV... i 11 ;: t he  hKuht; of'getting ni;>  any caiiip?wil.liin:teir or, twelve  tniles  oE_he,i-iver"llie stiiiuiiboat would?;)rb-..  -scti fa means of getting tlieir ore  tint,  wliich   the- present lack   of Vfacilitios  absiihilely prohibits. ?v,     :"'":':':  "������������������.'It'Hieiins?UiM_t the :country north ;of  11s wtitild take, thei .'-first stride- towards  elevclopnient; thai ,pi-ospectors,  being  saved so'-ninch. iinnecessary  work   by  iht' hleiituei'-iiiiel being furnished- with  ItuVltd-fmraFi  lioiiiiie to explore it thoionghly, ,,t iui't.  devulopniont ?would begin on claiihs  now lyiiigidle: lli'iit miriiiig men, being  itblejo get well iu'to the disti-^tv' with-.  1111L ''loss of'time and fatigue.'-'.would  ri3tt'''i)rOpei'tics'...itii(loi,:i.fiive:)r{!.l)le' con-  1 We buy in ear lots  2 We pay spot cash  3 We understand11 the retail Grocery business  thoroughly  Our  ten years' experience in Revelstoke  has taught us the class of Groceries you  like best  the facilities for doing" a retail  Wholesalers have not.  4  5  service on ils great natural waterway  Ifis not. ;t question between utilizing  the canyon or linishing the roael. ;llr.  Cienellt; will neit put his boat'on to run  thiough tlie canyon at all. The choice  lies between linishing t.he wagon ro.ul  or leaving no sLeainheiat.connection at  all. The four thousand dollars ex-  per.eleel ein trails would no doubt help  on sueh claim owners as those pnrtiou-  l-ii-"trails may benefit to get in supplies-  iind elo development tip to a certain  point. But a distinct opened up by  trails only will never ship ore or reae-li  a stage, of development' much beyond  that provided by tlie annual assessmenl. work required by law. That has  been the history of all Jvoeilenuy and  llu; history or the Big liend feir" fhe  last I'ouriocn years, and that will be  its history for the next fourteen until  a main route either by slt'iunboiil en-  rail conm.'ctiejn is opened through the  country.  The 11 [.'it.vi.li is far from denying  that trails am needed right, now particularly in the group of (.ami)-, .round  lhc heael of Carnes creek, iu which  such remarkable indications have  within the list two or three yours  beon discovered. -Mr. Kellie should  have taken care that these 1 rails weie  prnvitli'il for last session. Bul lii't'in-  not e-iinn' iii.".v and tell u.-> that aftei*{  so shamefully neglect ing the: interests  of hi.- con.-tituonts in that district he  hits r.t Ia^t discovered that th'-y are of  -0 much impoi tiincu that the lu:)g  eioired steamboat connect ion hutween  this place and LapoU.- must be; siu-i-i-  ficed in em'er to provide ioi- theni.  The Heuai.d has no  doubt  that Mr.  We have all  business.  Our  goods  The Glorious Twelfth  'I'lii; programme for the Glorious  Twellth will commence with a procession from the .station to the picnic  grounds. which will be selected-  There will be a lunch on the grounds  followed by speeches iind selections  from ihe City Brass Band, and the;  'celobrnti'd Kainloops and Siilinon Arm  drum aiul fife bands. Kamloeips will  turn onl. in force, as many as one  hundred brethren beingexpected from  that point. Alter lhu picnic the procession will come; hack to the station  in tiuic.to catchthe train forthe west.  at  M. IC. '  creamery  bacon  re-  are  fresh  and  we   guarantee  every article  We feel confident that the people of Revelstoke  will pive their support to local merchants, "who  have ail their interests in the city, rather than  to wholesalers who have practically no interests  here, prices and terms being' equal,  of the- Government Gold  Business Locals  ���������The very latest- hosiery  Lawson's.  '  ���������Weeklv  shipments   of  butter at (j. B. llunie & Co.  : ���������A citrlontl of hams  and  coived by 'CJ. B. H'umi!.'& Go.  r ���������Another fresh supply of Canadian,  hams iinel bacon at Goo. Bell ic Co's.  ���������Boy's linen suits I'roin $__! up. tuul  boy's velvet suits from $5 np at, 51. K.  Liwson's.  ���������For Hit) choicest, variety of fruits'  in town, including fresh pineapple,  cherries and li:intin:is,"go to Geo. Bell  .t Co's. ���������   '   '  We have secured the  Storage   and   aiway  ~'t Ci*7>  S;  carry a  select stock of  Butter and Eggs, at snariset prices.  Ir^v*. "Ti  lt. S. WiUnn'i SH"1 pair <>f pants.  tnd  cn fried oif j dliion.-. .-u.il that in'onnsi .juence  ca pi  ll may be exp_cioti to   take  hold  oil  I! is veiy likely uo will hear iioil>in_J .mil di-v.lop til" iniiiu'rnn.*- promising  tiie-.ro al.t.ut il.-c*' i-iiili'-liour day until I p1;ipe t tios now lying'ulle in thedisti ict.  uft'.-t- tlu-:-')!!-. "f t'ni- mi'iiili   when the j . UK   i,1>tl.;"id   nf   -10   or   .10   men  miii'*i*-'iinioii li.iv.- iii.iitli.-r  ine-.-tiii^. ! .    ,, .,...__..... ,:i  In I h" ii:" mi'in.* >-|--i-iil.-.l :e>n i- 11  IO wll'-lhe-l  til" ;n   -1 ivy!   aici'iit    liili-e  ilr.ll.il���������������u- lii-iil   e.-.it   fe-r  mere.-���������ICii-lo  I'lf-pi.'t lo:.  The i'.-.-d M.mi.;.iin Min;-.i-  (.V.^ li'i-i |:op���������|ariiv.i  | activity, aitr.ictitig   the   .-ill'Mition   of  Apples  Apples, evapeit-ateti. new pel lb..S3  ���������' whole pi-rlh.  : Briedv Fruits  | Currants  ' il.ii-ins..  Prunes..  A pples - -  Prunes, s  Kellie's tinte-c-loe-tir.n pledges nre  ve-iy  pos.sii.iy becoming dlftie ult to fulfil.  If.  in spite of Mr. GenelU-'> distinct as.-iu--  lieui lhat ho will not put  the   boat  on  the. river  inil<-?<   the  wagon   ro.ul   is j BmUi-i^ Bt.w.U'i  built. .Mr. Kollie p.-i-sisls in trettiii'-r tlie! ' 07.. '.'in-. ���������'. for.-  appropi iation for it. rlivetled to olhei'  ilver  - 0  :!)  . ������������������];)":���������  8.  l'2h  Eaking  Pcv/dcr  R-ikincr Powder. Pi-ityV. ..!''  pot- tin   Biskinsr Powder, Price  per tin   B.ikir;_r Powde-v, Price  per tin  i'-l .1 e.  - 1 ������������������i-.iilei'.'ii all over this v.ist   ���������irea.   toil-  e ; ing away in .ib-ctirity nt, lull"  .1  t'.i*.*/...'i: i  lrnpi-i lit-.- uiuU'i-   every   jMi-sibl.*   iii-, i  idviinl'iir.'. .in iuiiiioeliati-  inin-ii'-.*  nf  md   mining  arid   biisines-.  i "Baking powder.  ..,,,, Hi. tins, per- tin   putpei-os, hi"? consul n'-nt-e will  be able   p,,.,^;,.,^ J'owdor.  Whit  to understand that he h-i deliber.-it'.-ly       li>. tin-,. p������-i* tin   killed Ihoii* cliane.- of obt-iining a  n-giil.ir stoiiuihoaf sorvien ein the  order   to s.'itivfj-   tin-  ���������21  lbs.  u lbs..  White Star, 12  "While  Star,  3  Star,  Bluini  be-  ail-  tiie-' er-t ,if V.progress,  which . will  soon  tonic"ttiai-ked eiifiugh' to  ensnit  way"coinicct,ion and inaiigiifiiti'a con  .Iiii.  Iniet I'i'i'. M. re-iev to   tin   the  il,'V.'!..pi)i>.;ii    ". rn k    00     the ,  I   lh-   v.eik    ha-     hs-i-n'��������� tho oatsi'lt- wotid  and   beginning   *tn  .ii.     Th"   timi.i*l   at   tin* {,.|.-i ,if   nroioi**--".   which   will  ! ������������������  e l.'.'.ie-'!   to   .illtiiv   of i  ���������It t.f the lead by  ^.-:il 1  '���������*c:i*iiii:i*   li.e   pi.')i.-iiv  at iin early date. J dit ion of prntrr.-:..- ..nd pio-perily   par-  1 ai'wlitig lli.it which l.h.- last five  years  Sydn.-y B.i.il!,. ni.-,n.igi*rof the Point : Iin- -fen built up in the; country south  Comfort   lint-.-!.    I'liimp.-i'    P.i.-s.   .m-l ,,<��������� ���������_  nou.,t..- that   lhis  ileiiKhlfiil   sui.itiie-i; j     ,    ' Ul;l. K,.V(.,sl()k(. wii! ^.,iri n  iesc.it, "U   e,:,e  e.f lh-   n,o-t   boaiitilmi . ,-,-,,.. 1   1  isbinds in Ib.-Ciiif of Ge-orgia   will   !)������������������, teriiloiy which wi.l double hoi |ue-.-,ent  .Inn"   I������-i.     What  wiili  the j trad'.' within a couple   of   years   iind  propei l y.  n'i e edy   1 ������������������_.-'.:  v.e���������I t-iid ���������'��������� ii!  tie- e-x n..ii. :'.:'  si.-i,-.ih.-.   -a ill  ��������� ni !������-hiiil" of inv.---.teu.-  ��������� iT.-ilciiry' lieiald.  i^  PI  uppi*r  river  in  110111111.1-11.1"   *-r.nie   e.f   hi-   ���������.ii).pr.i tc.is  whie h ii" was too lazy or pns._o.wrI tool  1 iLt Its  inii.]"iue   to   le.ok   afler  in   lbe  pioper ami legitimate way Inst .session.  tpiar'1  i'Plid,  s, per lb.,.  'pet tinnj-;;  "'  Brooms,  1 15  -    77.  2 l6:  ,;"\S0'  ?, 55;  Uab'.  20  18  Cr.r.e.-'cl Fruits  C.inni'd Fruils. (J.ilifo'.-ni:t.21 lbs,  eitc'n i   Canned strawberries, Canadian  2 lbs., each     Canned raspberries. Canadian.  2 lbs., each   Canned Vegetables  Tomatoes, " lb.  Corn, 2 ib, tins  Peas*, per tin..  Beans, per Lin .  tins; per tin.  per tin   2Q:  if,.,  -IT-  12.i  IL.  10:.  "������������������10  Cocnanul in hulk, peril) ..  Coeoani'.l in pae-ki'ls per lb.  Condensed  Iin   Condensed  tin   Condensed Milk  milk, Koinile'c-r,  c roam.   .Ifi'sev,  Canned Fish  per  per  ���������pell  e.n  fi-hins. bn.iti.-tr. l-.irhinii nml I'X'ini-it''j that th<--   province   ������v 1 "11  quickly  begin  tcnerv of Ma;, i.e Irbii'il. a   plea-an tor ] ((1   ,1,.,-iet.   n.-Vfiiue;   ft run    -i     d  id.-ic in -pcii'i a holiday th.u*. liiis .'mn  mrfao!" .mil   uji-lo-  I.e iiii.-iginid.  ate   hotel, Ciinneit  The Bill nor f.'o. played to a full  lion-'.' 'Ul Ti'.e.-d.iv iii-__ht. rJ'i:>- pice*-  in.--.-i.ti-d \i-i-- ���������"��������� Tin* O.-.ik-y Sl.ivo.*'  v-hi'.':'. v. .1- ���������-���������'*;- v.-II pi.I on iinl>>od.  Kviy [ni:! " - ������������������ <il lai.on ami tin*  en-Inn.-.-.- i'.n-l .-.--���������ii-ry w.-io up to eliito.  Tlie; variety p.-i-fniiiiiiucc- was also  v.-i-y geitul nml w.-es well i.-ceived. Tli"  oiiie^f noinl a'onut lh.  seeni'.-t: to bo that  e.iih   )>ictiiif  u-pri-,  sfP.t.d nn   iinle  of  cue  ilr.llni*  to   tboihave  be-on   Iully  ,-iw.iro   ;.   thi"   fact,  B.*voi.-lr.fce Water. Light & Power (."o. | when   it   pa.-.-ed    iti     resolution  ' Tlnii'-il.iy   night.    It.   is  incemeei'.abl  ���������mie;  >;:-li, oi.lj-  i'iin.'iiit rnitliiy;  1.0  'derive'- rot  which hns hill  But nil -.this- is contingent on thei  'completion eif the, wngon road - frorni  town to lln- head Df the r.uiyon. .Mr.  Gene'lie, v. ho.se- 'experience? in i-ivor  work is uninipoiirhiible, roundly declares that be; will not put. bis bout on  the river nnle-ss  the  rnael   i.s   fiiiisho'el.  ,  i The ILcitAi-n scarcely thinks that llie  win _>gr.-iph   ,.  , .11 ;���������'-.���������'"'  *-     ���������    -l Rnfrirm   .in.!    Lahov   AsMsci'itieui can  Ileform  .Ino. Mairuiio. of Salmoil Arm. cniiie  lis; night on a ft-igbt to get   tit-ai- i \\,nt any  one   ran   mu irm-.lv  oonto  in.-ii: f.-r  ,1   frsirltii.-d   foroiiim   whic'-! Unit, any aiiiotiul of   ni<*r<>I'.lVnil   build  llio  nortli  eiiinitry   eun   bo o!  ; mg iu.  I.ri>k''n...yi;.sti'r."lay  luoruiiii:  while  Mr. Mauniro was fellintr  tinibi-r in tb.  ,  !:u-!'. A fn M.-ii Ing. Mi nek h'-avily by ; miytiiinK like ;i- much [n-actieal bene-  .--. It.-- v.1.1 h had ju-t be.-n rut down. ] [j; l() this town and the Big Bond  lil-per* up with groat ior<;o ami   struck 1 ^ ;, t .)S wi��������� ,,��������� ,]���������. ���������..,.���������;������������������ up   ���������f ���������  \V._B. Pt.nl w.-nt tfownto lake a rest-  at the St. Leon I lot Springs this iiinni-  ing.  J.imos Gill, who has ben sufToring  from a -.'\tre- -ore thrent tor tb" fi'i'.-t  few davs, j. -nmewli.-'.t. b.'tl.T loel.iy.  .1. CJ Hutchl-on arnl Mi s. Ilulehison  ro turned lrom ,1 visit to friends in  Salmon Arm on this morning  A contract'was lot lev 1.1. M. Ca moron  to run ii lower level tunnel. SOO feel,  on th" Ni'ltie I. yosli-iday. _ lie left  lliisiiiorningwit.hu parly of men to  the work al. onee.  I?. Tapping visited the public felioe-I  yo-tordny afreiiinon nml sot, un iho  iomon.iel.' to the tone hing stnlT and  scholiiis, who iiasst-d him a vote, e.f  thiinks I'or his liberality.  The ioc.il lodge of Sh" I. O. O. F.  ]olootoel the follr-wing r.flifi*i������ on  ; Thursday ovening:      l."_   Jilornn.   X.f.J.;:  T. 3. Gi'iiliiiii", V.G.; M.C. Tlioinp-ein, j  Hoc; .1. 1. Woodrow, Tre.is.  Pottipioti;"s ("ilv Diicelory is b'-ing  issiioel totlnv. It, is a hntidsiune]y gnl  111- voIiiiik! of over 50 png"s, oontnining  iihoul, 7-10 ntlili-oh-i's. The. bunk ..-���������  on i neatly prinleel anrl contains n e-oriciso  ' eloscription of the city and its progross  and pro-pods. Th" list of name's is  verv coinplot" this year and no pains  has been sfiiiroel to make; tlie' book ns  full and Mi-curate a.s possible. F.neh  copy is illustrated by a hiiuilsruii-ly  lil liogriiphoel   "map   e.f  Brooms (I'i each   (2i oiioh   "      ("i t-ich   II) e-ath   Biscuits  Biscuits, ���������...d.i."-lb. boK  1 Patterson';, 1 renin toel.i:-,  Ir.iin        o.ich     P.ltt"!-ni." _   OiMliitn   W.'-ft'I  lb. tins, i-iie-h      Prftter.-oi.'s, 'mixed, 1 lb. Lux  II  Cheese  porlb.  ',1b. f.n  10  50  ���������SO  20  I K.-ilmi-n. best, per Iin   Cull.' tlVslei'.-, 2 lb., per  llll. .  1     ������������������ "    l I lb., per tin..  Canned Beef  Canned Beef. 2 lb��������� ji-r Iiu ...  C ii.iieil iir.ui 11. '2 lb., jicr lln.  1 Lune h Tongue, I lb., ptfr fm .  j Fluid Beef  1  i .lohnsloii's Flnitl liei'f. I nz.  "     2o/..  I in:~.  tin-.  IM  12  15  20  :vi  10  Marmalade" '  Marmalade, Kciller's 7 lb...  ������ Pickles  Pjckles. 1 e-nllon pails   Crosse & Blnckwe'dl's pints.  Pattoesoii's qii.-irt si'itlcrs...  "    *     pint, sealers   Sweet Pickles   Rice  Rice, China ...  _" .. Japan.,..  1 00  SO  :r>  35  20  .0.1  G. B. Nagle  put in   the 21th  down  the river bear shooting,   and   shot   n  very nice  young  brown  bear  during *  l.he'cluy.        - '  George; "Wentworth, thc well-known  Cnlgnry horseman, went through  hoiiio from nl Lending the SilvevLo:)'  celebralion on Friday.  Services iii the, iMelheidist church  will bo' conducted by the pastor- tomorrow. Morning' subject,: "The'  lesson of e-onferonce." Mveiling: "Th.;  Coiicpiering Christ." Sunel.ty school  nl. 2::10. Tho iiitslor will be" glad to  welcome new pupils iu thc'itdult bible*  lnss. '  HORN  Howson���������On I lie 2ord inst. tei Mr. and  Mrs. R. S.' Howson, 'ii daughter.  -.MARRIED?  Pllii'l.'S��������� .Jt)liNi-eiN���������On the 251 li ins!,  .nl. C'hri-l, cliurcli, Vancouver,, by.  Kev. L. Km mil 11 Tucker, the rector,  A. I'I. Phipps of B'eve-'lstpke;, to.51 vs.  Bnbei-t, .lohr.siin. d.'iuglitor of. Mr.  Wi^liingtoir Bon'.tbee.ol' Viiiu.r.iiver. * *  Painters Wanted;  Kgg Powdor  VL;',;r Pov/clcr  151 !������������������ In ouch...  Ok ose,  jar...  (,"neo>o,  e;ach .  It Lue-n's riipdiuin,  per  .Mt  ( .uiadian   10 lb.  e ht-e-io,  Coffc  "loill  pel* civ  Flour  Ogilvie's    nr   Keew.ilin,  Salt  Sail. Klb. sacks, 3 for..  "   50 Ib. sucks, each  Sapoiio  Km polio, por cake  ."  Soap  Soap���������   Bnvitl   Crown    Soap 20_  for ~  Peerless Son]), 25 I'or   Sunlight soup, 18 for   12  Starch  Starch, laundry,   1 lh.  peril).;   Si ni ch, Coin, pur lb   Soda,  .Soda, Washing, per lb.  Cortins,  10  0  .3  yiOnlj.:  .whsti*.  V^r-!2tl  yll rit  paid.'',  Vol n'i  ?:^_i*  ss:.litcii   wiuitii'tl.?'-:"]  lilv. to1" ���������- :���������'.,.- -���������."V-:-iiV  v.yW,;G?l'n:Xl__Y,'VVy  ���������Pioneer Puint SI  :r-;r: -'������������������:��������� -.i;*.;,i--|r.sl-stra  lliijiiest'  liop", :*??;  0t, Ci-it.  ���������Fi.rst  Oliisa  fifr ff, .Wanted, y ?'??, f.f';���������:-.  liieiibli cnri'ienter. ���������' : - s.  ST;- ?V:Aiip|y.jqilN.K.^~  ;o6i>.'-:  City of Revelstoke.  A]i]illctitions v.ill Ijc rceelve'l Iiy llu' luielcr-  sitfi-ttcl iqi lo noun 011 frieliiy, June 2nd, Itir the  l.nsition of City l'funiilkt-i!]n:r.  'I lie roiinelk't'eper win 1.1- roquire.l to erect  mnl iniiiiittiin tlio pountl 11' lilt) own t-xpuiiHe.  rnrtl-.er lmrtleuloi-.-. inny,be obliiinuil nt my  onioe. - *'   -  e:, R. f-ilAW,  '.���������-"_.. .   .-������������������������������������            .-Citv fjlerl:..  . _  ~ -MnvT:,')rr������7n7"; ' :i25t ' "  HOTEL FOR SALE  TSi'c.Minliif;'/Kxcliance li'jitel for  Hiile.   The liotet Is well fiiTiiisli-  ,?etl ��������� tlimuj-'liontriiiil. Is einiiij; 11 ���������  : jroott stciitiy business.. Apply for  : further imrtle'tilars to-���������."���������.-,.,;���������- ,.,  r CHAS. M. Kllil.li;-  v?y:,,y ?;:'?.-:- V, , iteyelstoke,-U.C. ^  Notice  Take Notice 'Hint John II. Robinsonj Vol tho  City ."Of llevelstoke, iiitt.iuls.tii apply to tlio  Itottrel of .Lieensiiii^ C'timialSKioiiers of the City  of llevelslciko, 111 the ;next slttinc of "tho  Liot'iisiny Court for a liecnse to sell liquor by  rotuil on Hie premises owned by hhn nnel  situate on Lots Iii and IS. Block 23, cm the corner of Orton Avcmii; and Second Street in tho  sulci Ci tv of Kovt.lstoke.  Dntotl this first eluy of May, A. 1)., 1899.  Sago  SilgO, ])?!��������� 111.,  1 .10  Gelatine  nil  ���������1-;  .mi  th^ left cibnw  JIo     is     bo  strir-l  j triinK foul.  tin;  x-i'OYM. coi-t-*i-:i:s  still lend in  Qi.'Ai.rrv a.vi* piiffjfi  (ii.-.ii'. ni* Gi 'imiri)  Java nriii Mocha No. 2, p"i'lb....  fl."-t,   .l.n.1    iinel     Moob:,    (very  il-m-i')   Onr Own Bl-ntl   Try out 25 cent l.e.m e nlTr-o.  Cha-"   nnel   Sunburn's '2 lb.   tin.  per tin   Gelatine, Cox'-.  1 lb. p:u-l:ngos..  Lard  Lard, pure  :\ lb. lins   .1 lb. tins . ...  "     10 Ib. fi. . ...  "     20 1b. tins   Bacon  lii'e.-ikf.-1-.t b.ieoii. ]i"i- lb.  llry sail, b.ie-e'n. por lb.'.  1 10  2 ID  12',  10",  Tapioca  Tupiocii, pearl, peril)  '  Teas  Our Teas aro tlie.bost in the market.  Hum l/il*. .'(tho favorite), per Jb. CO  Lipt oil's No. 1 pel'Hi  lt\  Xo. 2, per lb  oO  Ko. 'ti. por lb  40  5 lbs. black tea fot ���������" 1-00  Vermicelli  Vermicelli. 10 lb. bos .���������.       85  Maeiironi. 10 1b. box        So  Executor's Notice to Creditors.  NOTICE 15 HEREBY GIVEN tlmt nil persons  having .claims ngnlri-t,''tlie! estate of Allan s.  -leKen/.io, late of AnacMincla, in the Statuof  Montana, V. S. A., doeeuscel, lire required to  send 10 Geo. S. McCarter. of Revelstoke, II. C,  Solicitor for Mary McKenzie, the :exeeutrix  named in thc last will; anti testament, of saiet  deceased, full particulars of such eluims 011 or  before tho l.-ith day of June, 180(1,''and after  the said 13th dny of Juno, the sulci  executrix v.il? proceed to distribute the snlil  estate,amongst the, persons entitled therelo,  having rctrmil only to those claims tb whioh  the executrix shall then havejioticc, and that  tho said executrix,will not��������� U& liable for the  proceeds of said estate or nny part thereof so  distributed to any person of. whoso claim the  snid executrix hail not notice at the time of  the distribution thereof.  Dated this lSlh Mnv 1SS9.  GEO. S. McCAHTF.R,  39���������lw Solicitor for the said Executrix.  reiwnsil.  lil hogriiplii'el   map   e.i    r  evhii-ll nlono is win l.li the  price, eif  1 he  ! directory    to  lhrough  it lor -If*   (>r :"'r'  directory i- cm sab.-   ..  uZA lho Rev^te'kehle^ilah'''" \ niiil* by u.eiuis of a ifg.t.ar stcauibont j olliceandat ..II bookstores  business    man.    The  (be   IlEHALO  :# \  'A  %\ MM  Iff   "  1  ������'-%*  il  ���������%^t-  Administrators Notice to Creditors  Xolicc is hereby Kiven that all creditors aud  persons having oltiims against the estate of  Arthur Godfrey Molson Sprngpe, late of Kevel-  stoke, _B. C. barrister, deqeased,'are required  to send to James I\ Armstrong-, Kpq., Ofllcial  Administrator, at Fort Steele, Ii. C, the administrator of this estate, full particulars of  sueh claims on or before the K5rd day of June,  1KK);'and after the said 23rd .Tune, 1809, the  said administrator will proceed to distribute  snid estate amoncst thc persons entitled  thereto, having regard onlv to those claims of  which the said administrator shall then have  notiee and thai, the said administrator "will  not be liable for the rirocceds of said estate or,  any part thereof so distributed to any person  of whose claim the said admini.stratorshall not  have had notice at the time of the distribution  thereof.  Dated this 23rd dav of Mav, 1899.  .. OEORGE S. MCCARTER  il���������Iw���������w      Solicitor for said Adminstrator������  :Sv  I  *

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