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 .  u  s rw������  vm  V  .  \  <\  *���������������_ 1   :*,  ,  ,    ���������  TqqTT in ' rj    rT,"W7"Tf~iTr.- A - ~W WT-Viy . - T'TT'PIK'P) A "VPS      A "NT"T~)     Th'P.TT.ATR   . ������������������������������������_.., -t,.-..>  .  Vol.  IV.  No.  32  REVELSTOKE.B, C.. FRIDAY,   APRIL 20, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  C B. HUME  & CO.  Parasols   AND   Umbrellas  We arc now opening a choice  line of Umbrellas and Parasols���������newest and prettiest  selection in the City.  A FOUL  MURDER.  !&&j&&*&*&*&&*&������&*&&jh������*#������& m*������������#&*������������������������������&*p������we&*x*&*������&i\  CHILDREN'S'  at  LADIEb' at  35C-SI.50  $1.25���������88.00  UNDERWEAR  In - Ladies' and Chiidrens'  Underwear we are now  showing the neate? t things  to be eeen anywhere. Prices  are surprisingly low.  Discovery ot the Body of Chief of  Police  Main of Steveston.  Thu body of thu lain Alexander  Main, Ohiet nt thi������ Steveston Police,  \\holms lieen mi.sing since Satiuday,  was found on "Wednesday afternoon  100 y.uds fiom the shark of the c hiu.i-  ineii who weie niicstod lust night,  with it gaping wound in his neck.  His legs weie also badly cut up. Theie  was an ii^ly slashed wound in the  neck near "the jugular vein, and  numerous smaller wounds.  The body was partly covered and  hud evidently been hastily hurried.  The excitement is intense and the  town is in an npiour.  The finding of the loiiitiins was due  to the activity oF the police, who weie  unremitting in their efforts to iind a  il le to the missing man. The deceased  was a powetful man, and must have  been attaiked unawares. . The deep,  gaping stab in Ihebase of the neik  piobably li.i\ inuf been deliveied it-om  behind. The wounds in the legs show  c\ idence of a feai fill sti uggle having  taken plate.  I 3i������sSX_������������_*������S<S^^  Hosiery  Attention is culled to our  lines of Ladies'. Gents', and  Chiidrens' Hosiery.. ; Our  comfort hose is -.the .very  latest idea in -these goods.  The legs are cotton'and "the,  *'feet natural wool. They absorb the ��������� perspiration, and  promote health, and at the*  sftme tiaie are light and cool  We have these hose in gents'  and Ladies' and there is a  big run 011 them.   --���������*  The latent Spiing,Novelties j  in Neckties are now on view j  in our store.     If you want {  something ne n nnd fashionable come and inspect our  ���������_tt ek of these goods.  Carpet  Sale....  Our great drive -in Carpets  still continufs���������25 per cent,  discount'. Money saved is  money made. By buying  our Carpets you can" irfake"  some.  HOUSE  FURNISHINGS  In Wall Paper we are offering special inducements this,  spring in the  way  of low  prices.    We have a big stock',  to   select from ' a- d those  needing  Wall   Paper   will  find it to their advantage to  inspect our line and get our  prices before purchnsing elt-e-  where.  Our Window shades  and curtain poles' afe.-new  and artietic.  "GOVERNOR" MACKINTOSH.  The Man of the Hour for Kootenay.  A man is needed, who can  dominate  by intelleition.il supeiioiity and   force  of will the Cottons "anil - Martins   and  their like,   A man who   has   a* state-  tminlike grasp of   tlie   future   of   thK  piovince    and   can   mould   it    to   its  destiny, who can interpret and   U.ins-  foi-m'itito   the   joint   ai tion , we t (.ill  gmei ninent,     the - inspitations   nftei  piogicss   and  advancement  in  eveiy  citizen's   mind.   Th it   m m   is   immIj  lecogniz ible     in.   the   Hon.   Charles  Mackintosh, and theie is bnt one .voice  in the distiict'csillthv; hi.ni to the helm.  In l_ie attitude taken by  Mi.   Mackiii-  .-��������� ���������* .'     .       .    .  to-h in accepting Ihe iHiiiiii.ation, it is  clear how well he | undei stood the  situation, and how willing he 'was to  lontribute his help to retnelly it,;* e\en  if modesty forbade, his sharing the  full lonlidence of bis suppoilcis that  he. and he alone, is" the, man ot the  hour, lie took high, ground "I am  a Consei vative," he said in effect,"and  take pride in tlie fait, but, the crisis .it  present existing in the province is one  that I .iv traiweu Is llie power of a  pai ty 01 ganizatioii to remedy it. It  culls Cor. patriotism .Iii.it and' puiy  second." Nor would he accept lhe  nomination trnin the Iiihei.vl-Ojiisei vative p'ifly, unless they- wovi'ri .'Consent  to that amount; of sell' abnegation  which would enable .hitii lo Lilly in  siippoit of the." principles of linltt  government.'eveiy right flunking man  of whatever party. The Conservatives  limit, led themselves** in. sinking p u ty  success for the triumph of p urmtisin .  They had done so once before in the  histoiy of . C.in.i'l i aud witli the  hnppi.ist results. Thev weie ready  again to sink pal t _sui*ce-s for the  Ir'.uutph of the coumion good. ���������Ti.ul  'News*.  Hardly necessary to siy much about Clothing for tomorrow  as we're likely to be more than busy in that section all d.-iy.  A few suggestions from our Clothing stock may aid you in  deciding beforehand what to buy. Besides this intimation  will remind you that we are fully prepared to supply you  with every dress need you are likely to want. We have  an immense variety of stylish and nobby, dress needs awaiting you here. That me-'ms headwear; footwear,', neck wear,  and underwear, suits, coats, ve^t., trousers and all the dainty  bits of furi.ishings that go to make a man appear well A'  dress ;d. No question about being pleased at this store, (Is  That's easy enough.    So are our prices.    *~  CONSERVATIVE  PRINCIPLES-  Our Leader Comments on the New  Westminster Platform.  Charles Wilson Q. O, addiessed the  Young Men's Liberal-Conservative  Association of Vancouver on Tuesday  evening, touching on all the points of  the New Westminster platform. He  spoke of the new departure in British  Columbia, the novelty of party lines  in the election to come on in the  Piovince in a short time. There were  two things they lacked, a party oigan  and a war fund. They were like the  thirteen Auieiiciin   Colonies   in   1777.  NEWS FRUM THE FRONT  Both Sides Steadily Preparing'  for the Coming Struggle  CAMPAIGN AT A STANDSTILL*  LADIES' FINE TAILOR MADE SUITS  We cannot.help being enthusiastic about Cloaks for we never had such a worthy  collection uf Spring girmei.ts as we are showing now���������not a weak point in the entire  collection so far as we know and every garment thoroughly adapted to the wants of  Kevelstoke women. You cm judjre thc whole s-toek by our Tailor-Made Suns and  these three items will represent them:  NO. _0I."  NO-506.  Undies'. Home Spun" Cloth  Suits in .new shades ol blue  ".Jacket*, lined with   eoloied  Sateen; new skiit liiud with  " l-Vrcaline   and  iinund   wilh  ..Velveteen ..{61250  Ladies^. New E.ilon Suits  in Home-pun Cmlh in giey  and lawn: iiox pleated skn t  lined with peii.iline and  bound i\ilh velvit.'en $1100  I>ililies.' St ytislrLight Fi .1 ing  Suits, uia-le ,ol. fine all-wool  beige, in black: Jacket lined  with T.iffetiu S'lk, pleatedj-  sk.ii t. lined with perealbie'  and bound.with velveteen   ' 822^0  POLITICAL POINTERS.  B\-C������ovei inn* Mackintosh should be  able tu make a good light of it in the  Kolenays. His nomination by the  Rossi.ind 'Conservatives has the  approval of the Conservatives throughout the Piovince. Mr. Mackintosh  has ample expetience as a politic nl  -lli_l)U'r.-=W.orld.   ._ ,    __  .  -We are prepared to do something extra in Dress Goods for you today & Wednesday, We  a* e going to intrb'hice you to some clearing lots. They, are the broken assortments  of many^lines that have been selling very quickly this while back and now must  undergo a.quick^clearance. This low price will doit. Be on hand early if you wish  any of these goods".  On being nominated by a convention  of the People's. Pai ty at Nanaiino to  conte'-t Nanaimo Citv constituency at  the coming election. Mi. Ralph Smitji  said of Premier M.ivlut : "His principles aie first cl iss. 11 Joe Marl in gets  into p.i.ver. and In ings foi wind the  principles he'has laid down 1 will  support, him. But I don't thiuk he  will get. the power, und.if he getsthe  power I don't thin I: lie will In ing them  Ic'i. will il. To say (hat I would not  'support the principles, would he a  misstatement, for if he brings fnrwnul  a good priiitiple I will ceitainly fciip-  poit il.  Groceries  We are always oif the top iu  this line; being the heaviest  purchasers we can afford the  choicest goods at the lowest  prices.  RAM LAL'S TEA as a Package Tea  cannot be beat. . It has no equal In the  Market, as a sample package will convince all lovers of good Tea.  V*  C. B. Hume & Co.  No matter how Ihe fight goes in  British Columbia, the people of that  piovinci* will have good cause lo i .-  member Hon. T. _lt. .Mcltines with  gratitude. ,,  llritish Columbia politics has been  a, chaos of sectional inteieats and per-  sonal,likes and .dislikes.  The uctiou of the I_it>iiteniitil-*Gov-  ernoi* has alr'e.v'dy hi ought somothing  like order out of lhe contusion. >'.he  peoplo are lining up on clearly defined  issues, und the.Result of the polling  should supply British Columbia with  the materials for a stiong government  and mi aggiessive opposil ion.���������Tot unto Telcgiain.  UNDERWEAR.  We want  big  Undeiueav   selling on   Monday and are doing what we can to got it.  You'll lie the gainer if you participate in these offerings for the day:  Indies' Skills, fine cotton, one cluster tucks, deep trill, finished wilh tucks and fi ill of  c-mbro������idei v.-^Rei.iilai*_pi*ice_$1.50; one day price...L.  $1 00  Ladies' Diawers, good heavy cotton, trimmed with lace,  pi ice, ". ���������.'   Regular price 00c.,* one day   -. 33c  Ladies' Gown-s. heavy (citton. Mother  Hubbard  Yoke,  1  duster  tucks,   frill ol  em-  broideiy around neck and around centre pieie.   Regular pi ice Sjil; for one day at*.. .7oc  Cm set covers good heavy cotton, well made and trimmed wilh embroidery,  pi ice 40c; for nniMlay at " ,.  Regular  .''. 25c  LADIES' SAILOR HATS-TBE LATEST OUT  Real Jack Tars* this season will be the correct thing. After .Lord Roberts, thanks  to the Naval Brigade, every lady will wear as her lirst Spring hat a real English Sailor  ���������for one day only. Wedn'eslav, April 18th, we will sell gmuine English Sailor Hats  just arrived, worth $2 25���������for ������1.70.  Womens* Ondervests  TWO FOR TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.  Fancy   Weave  Cotton  Undervcst  work throughout,   in plnin  ular  price  sleeves.  ' o'  Ref  cream,  25   cents  open  short  each;  At a Conservative convention held  in Ohilliwack on Saturday, at which  thiity five delegated weie present, G.  U. Ashwell. getieial merchant, was  chosen as' n .straight Consul vative  candidate to lepresent the Conserva  lives of Chillivwiek district, in the  tiirUicoming provincial elections.  After thu convention iv Conservative  mass meeting was held. The speakers  ol the evening weie Sir Charles ILill���������  belt Tupper. piescnt on invitation nf  the Consei valive Association of Chilli-  wads, and S. Livingston, lepiesent-  ing Charles Wilson, (.. C, thus  appearing as the provincial Consei vative leader. There weie over (XX)  present in the hall.  one day price, 2 for 2*5c  One Day  Silk Selling;  Fifty yurds of Fancy Striped Milanese Silks. These aie in Blue,  V, liite. Pink and White, and other  culms, in pictly sliipes and eheiki.  They aie washable and the most  df-iiahle Silk made. Regular value  $1 25; one day pi ice 73c*.  NEEDS FOR COSY, COMFORTABLE HOMES  With Kaster over, careful and thoughtful homeowneis will devote lheir attention to the things  that heln to make luippy ai.d i oni_nrtable homes. This, Stoie's helpfulness in that respect is"  lecogiiized on evety hand, and our unequalled facilities for providing the best home needsat. the  smallest cost icquiie no aiguiiient fiom us. It is enough to suy that we'ie ready now to swing out  inlo the biggest kind of lu-tne furnishing liade this Stole has ever experienced. We have  plenty of goods���������all of the light kind���������In do it; we have" them arranged forcasv selling and buying;  we have men of skill and experience to help homeowners making selections. livery bit of extravagance has been taken out of our prices, and b ick of every article wis sell is our guarantee to refund  money if goods are nut as lepresented.  *2rOn Monday morning we set the wheels in motion liy oifering inducements for the day.  _r_F_r-������^������V*V_WV������l^tf__**^_7_^^ &3HWHK*?&J*!*&)HMWMf-������J*������������������&9&  BOURNE BROS.  He looked for the - triumph of the |  Conservative pnty, and the ending  of the chaotic state of affairs in British  .Columbia. Party government was  undoubtedly the best form of government that had been devised us piacti-  cable by anv people. Eveiy peison  would then know where he stood.  Theii they would get rid of the mongrel personal governments. ._ linisteis  would not only be responsible to the  people but to the party.  Lie thought there had been a   creat  deal of nonsense talked on the Chinese  question.    Since 1S78, m my acts   had  been placed on the statute  books,   but  they had .either been  clecl.ued   ullia  v'ues by the. com ts or were  di=s illo\v-  ed as being opposed "to   some   piution  of the policy of the Dominion Go\ eminent,    lie proposed a peifei t remedy.  They should take the   matter, out   of  the legislation affairs, and   effect   th'e  contract ; that was a proposition  that  would work out .well,   legally.      For  instance, if a corporation  "came   to   a  Legislature, the constant puu-tice had  been to insert nnti-Chinese clauses in  the private bill.   These were absolute  nonsense.   The Lieulenant-Grovernor-  iif-Council should -be   empowered    to  place this in contracts, not  ih  acts of  patli.iment,   ' which   sum body   would  dedaie' ultra   vires." The   law" could  be so tlxed'that every privilege   given  should he ahiogated if   the   terms  of  the contract were not curried out.   lie  had tbo'iTghl out this proposition   veiy  thoioiighly and  was   certain   that  it  was the true solution of the  difficulty.  Mr. Wilson theii took up the variou'-,  plunks of the platform.   They s'hould'  stop'at nothing to build-trunk -mads  throughout the Pro . in< e.    He did not  believe in juggling with the money.of  ths ppople; but he did'believe in "dis-  tnbuting     iniiney     that,'- while -not  immediately     lein-inerative,      would  tend to the ultimate good mid advancement of the "Provinie.     The "question  of the improvement of   administering  of justice should receive   the%-. be-,t   ot  attention;it was an impoi tunt. fe.itme.  He     lead   the   plank   regudinij   the  settlement of disputes   between   labor  ���������md     capital.       He  appreciated   the  position of both employed and employer.    It. was a   matter   of   very* great  importance.   The Consei vative party  had not been fulsome in their promise..  Tne   promise   to   endeavor   to   In ing  employer and employed  together Mas  iv most laudable object.    The.   government   ownership   of  railways   plank  was an iiiiniii tant one; a dirticult one,  and one which would lie met manfully.  The intention   was   when   the   pi.ink  was     insetted    that   this   should   be  cai ried out. _ .   ..  Mr. Wilson referred' to the plank  that the Liheial'Consei vative p.uty  " sympathises With and endoises ,ui  eight-hour btw.'' "���������An" eight-hour  law: not "the" Eight hour Law. ot the  j Parliament session of 1S0D, limiting  Ihotnswhich it man might uin k in  metalliferous mines to eii_;ht hours.  In ih'i**. case theie was. nn antecedent  discussion the Act was, to some extent  spuing on the Legislatuie. The et.ect  has been in some iexpects of a very  disistious churactei. It has resulted  in the closing of the Slocan mine-, and  distrust arising between employer and  employed.-���������Ha���������wonld^.be__soriy. to  legislate, as had been suggested by u  member of the late Goveriiinent who  had said in his platfoim that it-w:is  meiely ,*i matter of wage-. The principle of the l.egislatuie to. deal wilh  the rate ot wages wa*������ vei y dangerous.  A change iii the., Legislatuie' might  show the danger nf the principle,  when wages might be dec leased. The  pioper method in such an impntlaiit  matter would have been to call the  leadei*. of labor and employers fngelh-  er. The Consei vat ives would have  hi ought the two p.uties togelhei, and  if Ibis would .happen ofti-iu-r then  difficulties would be easier s"ttled.  Mr. Rlavne U.ily >md Mr. Mackintosh  helped Hon. Smith Cuitis to cut ly nut  the healing of . llie In ench beuveen  etnployei and employed in the City of  ltossliuid. With these men beliind  liun. and Mr. Ralph Smith lo aid him,  theie was not mui*h difficulty in settling the matter. Tlieie was not much  merit in this, however, as Mr. Mnitin  had been thejiiain rau**e of thr tumble  He failed to see why thoy should not  .ilsi, apply the eight-hour piinciplu to  oilier lines besides the woiking' of  nietiiUifeious miiiec.  Mes-rs. Thus. Taylor, Coii*-ervative  e.indiilate Tor Kevelstoki- and G. II.  Ashwell of ,ChillUvack also addiessed  lhe meeting and weie win mh* n>ceiv-  ed. C. K. Tisdall ex-.M. P'. P. fur  Vancouver declared lhat he would  give active and niiqii.ililied suppoi t to  any four candidates selected by the  Libei al-^Ton .ervutivo Vancouver con-  \ention to lie held next Wediiesd.-'y.  The meeting adjoin nod with chi-eis  for Mi. Wilson  British Troops Occupy Dewstsdorp, But'  It is Not Known  Whether  Wepener  is   Relieved   or   Not���������Heavy   Rains'  Interrupt the   Operations.���������Roberts is'  Ready to Advance.  London, April 20���������The requisitioned'  leiiionnls and equipments have arrived at Bloemfontein und'all the'  infantry have ter.ls. The Boers' in the *  immediate neighhoi hood are quiet,  but both sides aie steadily preparing*  for the - coming struggle. Lord'  Kobei ts,is now ready.  Sevenvl lots of concealed arms and *  ammunition have been discoveied at*  Bloemfontein this week.  A deluge of rain- has   'nought  the'  operations in the southeastern part  of  Free  State  almost   to  a    standstill.  The neeks are i ushing rivers "aud the  toads aie streams of mud.  A despatch via the piess censor at,  B'oeinfontein r.*poi ts un exchange, of  shots in the direction of Dewetsdorp,'"  wheie the Boers are said "to "he con- '  centiating after theii* withdrawal^  fiom Wepener. There is nothing else'  to indicate that the investment of"  Wepenel* ha's been abandoned and '-  notwithstanding the rain the British'';  made some progress,- as Dewettsdoi p-'  has been occupied by them.  The riimor that Mafeking has been "'  relieved is again cmreiitin London:^' '���������  London, ''-"April 10.���������Heavy rains'-  impede the movement of the'Biitish~  columns. The blockade of Wepenfrr* '  still continues although relief is .'near.-J  I. irge quantities of stores are being *_  iiirved southward fr'ouf.Bloe'nitor.tuin, V  made necessary by~the operations;.inV;  the southeast of the*Fret Stare.?" -: i ;.������  There lire two th"o\i_a_rd*-sit.k}in. the__  field hospitals.-' With the es"c'e?pttou",t_  of these .facts the embargo'cn* w\ir  news is almost complete. . : _ ^j. *.  London, April IS.���������Lord- Robert*'  indicates that at least ten. thousaniL  meu'iire advancing tocutiitf Lthe Boei. ,.  who'are in vesting Wepener. -He nlso>  wires that he expects tin clear Ahe^-  south eastern sei tion- oE <��������� the Free-.  Slate east "of the vail -.vay and then to ���������  swing-.ound to lhe north  aiid-to'tni-n  \<4^*4f*4f������������<r4(WG*4������4Hf4f*44C4f*4 gXS������S������S>S������g__<������ySg<_^^  m.e afTiVr*anotheic ;. le  positions' l)feldC-������  by'the Boeis ifnrllf of Bioeinfofitein'/*  Gen. Buller's prohibition of all. press/  -  telegrams in-Natal is tjiken'to indicate'  that a movement is   about   to"** begins.  there. . . *     - -  Mafeking is confident of holding. onbc*..,  Jayo months longer and the men in the ���������  ticnche.s aie delermiiied lo.pl.iv.tho->. -  game to the end. ,     > -       ,-.  FATAL RAILWAY ACC1DEHT,:.'  Death of Engineer R. Somes near Beaver- -  mouth.        .     ���������..-���������-   -.  The sad  news was- wired ito  town-;  e.uly yesterday morning that a freight.������.  Haiti had eiuountered a vockslide near- '  Beaverinnuth     and- the   engine ^hacV-  rolled    over,    killing 'its .driver;  B*..  Somes, in the fall anc\. injuring.forj.���������,  man M������cdonald.    The-work   delayed...  the No. 1 for ne.nly three  hours .anil-  t he dead man and "his injured comraile���������  were   hi ought  down . ou   her.-VThe-  principle injury   and   the* one   whirl-.,  presiimahly caused his   death   was' a.  wound    on   the   tight   temple.; .is   if ���������  caused by sti iking a rock   irT'his  fall*,  from    tbe   engine.      The breast-was  bimsed bnt  not   crushed.  ,It Js  not*  really     known    how    the-   , accident.*, ���������  happened.    The    fi eight   train "w'.is^.  "eiiming'west.���������aboutr^thiee-iiiiles-easti^-  of Beaverniouth tit about 2:3tTu. m.. E.  Bougaid  being.the  conductor." .  The-  engine must have struck a rock in the-  tiack       and       turned "  completely-  over.    - The front,"     In-akesnian^  went over with it and escaped iinliiit t.���������  H. Macdonald. the fireuiao, wns.fiiuig;  al, the lime. He found himself- thru'*-t;  off the ;platforni and being shoved,  along by the trucks.' His legs and,  body are badly bruised and he receive<L  a severe shaking but no bones broken.'  Engineer Somes .was found with his;  legs still in the cab. As the air brake;  was on, it is certain that his last'"acf  was to an attempt to aiett the ucci-'-  dent. by stopping his Haiti. Two.  fi eight cars w ere del ailed and smashed..  "P- - , .  Great sympathy is Mt in   the community   with   Find.   Somes   mid   his"  t.uuily. in  the  sudden   taking  off .of,  their relative, who was a young uiau.^  well liked and  respected  by   his comrade.-   and   all   who knew   him.  vThe,  funeral arrangements me not yet complete as it is not exactly known, wlvenl  his mother and  brotheis  will be'able,  to get. lieie.    It   will,   however. 'tukeT-  place either on  S.mday   cir   Monday!"  and will be conducted at  the Piesb'y-  terian clinich  by  Rev. Mr.   Calder of'  Pender Island.    The Brothel hood   oE;  Railway   Engineeis,    the   Oddfellows'  and Omngenien have taken, charge of  thefuneial.    He will be in ter ted  next  his wife in the ccmeteiy.    It was only-  last Sunday  the poor fellow was up,  there placing Howers on her giave.  Strathcona's Horse  Eight Vancouver icci nits for Strathcona's Uoise leserve went ttiioueh on  Wednesday to Calgary, which lias  been"selected us the lendezvous of'the  tioop. Insp. ��������� Strickland,- wlio i^ivtiie  with tliemjlo Revelstoke ������eteivj><l'jfive.  upplic-itions at Ashcioft and four at  Ivanilniips, but he did not stop over at  any place until he reached here. He  had only four vacancies to fill in the  mainland. He enlisted two men from  K.unloops,naniedSp irkes and Grieves  Capt. Taylor had four applications to  present to him from this point. W.  11. Griffiths, an employee of P. Burns  & Co.. and Alf. Stringer were selected  here and left for Calgary with Insp.  Strickland this morning.  Mr. Beebe and the Fly.  There came nearly being a   vactney-  in     the     Martin    cabinet     Tuesday.  While speaking to a friend on a street,  corner in Vancouver a fly flew into the.  mouth of the  Hon. G. XV. Beebe and  floundered in  its death struggles.' in  the honorable gentleman's wind  pipe..  Mr.  Beebe turned  black in the, face.  and   was  choking   by   the   time   his",  friend,   having    hurried him into   a  cab. lvid reacned a doctor's oflice with,  him.   A simple twist /it the doctor'*.*  wrist extiicated   the'pesky  fly  and  to-day the Hon.   G. W.* Beebe is no.  worse for his terrible experience.    Mr.  Beebe is cet tain that   if   he   had   not  received medical  assistance  when   he-  did   it  would   have been   a   serious^  matter with   him.���������Vancouver Proy,'-  iiice. *    ���������   " * "    ' _i&r_v>������SSs_^������*^^^  ' a*i *_<L iWMVgMM ������. >������a-__������1(. ������������* A ������u;  J fit ���������������*"4������W-V~'i^V1 -IwJU ������������������'rtlA I  aaiiiijJsgjaaB^^ w ",a?    "'aa  ���������1  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in the Interests cf  Brrelatoke, Laredau,  Bl< U._id. Trout  I_t_ice, Illlclllewaet, Albert  Canyon,  Jordan    Pass    and    East*  Pass Districts  _u JOHNSON    ���������   ���������    PROPRIETOR  A  Seinl���������Weekly  Journal,   pubUahed  _n lhe   interests   of     Kevelstoke     and  tbe   surrounding   districts,   Wednesdays  and  Saturdays,  making closest  t&nnections  with all  trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads,  81.Su" per inch, single column. J2.00 per  Jnche when Inserted on title page.  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Address all communications  REVELSTOKE   HERALD  QUACK  A lady in the city received this  morning a communication irum an  eastern quack medicine company  informing her that about three years  ago she purchased a trial box at  tbelr cure-all, and requesting a full  statement of her experience. The  husband of the lady has forwarded  the following reply:  MessrsGrlpem & Co., Toronto:  Gentlemen: I regret to inform you  that my wife passed away shortly  after the purchase mentioned in your  letter, which 1 received this morning. '   I  remember  the  circumstance  I  CHILDREN'S COLtim  Notice to Correspondents  _L All correspondence tnust lie leg-  Bbly written on one side of the paper  ������c!_.  2. Correspondence containing pergonal matter must be signed with the  ������roPer name of the  writer.  3. Correspondence with rsf.rsiicfi  t������ anything that has appear".* in another paper must flrst be ���������iff-'red for  ���������nWlcatlon -to that paper ehfore It  ���������tan  appear In THE HER. LD  It U������ difficult to conceive how a  nagazine could be more happily or  ���������lore helpfully adjusted to the more  Important interest ot the present"  moment than 19 the April number o������  the North American Review. Among  fbe excellent* articles It contains are  "War" by .Emlle Zola; "The Paris  Exposition"-by B. D. Woodward, Assistant Commissioner-General of the  United States; "Mistaken Sympathy  Flth Republics"-by Thomas G. Shearman;      "An  Obligation   of  Empire"  -fey Mrs. Jos. Chamberlain; "Characteristics of English Fiction" by Geo.  Moore; ��������� 'Why British ' Workmen  Condemn the "War" by F. Maddison,  - M.P.; ..'A French General's Defence  Of'the Boers" by General Count du  'Barail, -. formerly. French Minister of  JVar'; "Preventing Food Adulteration  by Federal Law" by Senator Mason;  "John Ruskin" by Professor Charles  Waldstein; "Roman Congregations  and Modern Thought" by Dr. St  George Mivart, F.R.S.; "After Orthodoxy���������What?"  by  tho Rev. Minot  . S. Savage, t>.D.  HOW TO CUT GLA83.   :  With <M. nnd a Hot Fokar T������������. Osa BCakS  Bins* Out of a Battlo.  Thta week wb stive you a somewhat  aslqua way ef utilizing a broken hauls.  Crea It you do not est* to make a  motloal use of tho augseatlon you will  Pnd It an Interesting expertise** la tbs  study at boat.  When tho neok of a bottle Is broken aft,  a ragged edge Is la. t, which wholly unflti  perfectly. On opening the box she ������* ������������*��������������� '""J ���������������������?������������_*������"*_ *  experienced a feeling of dizziness. **!?"_'������" %*,[^ *?������ftl������������J2>J������  lassitude and  nervous  debility.    One | *<���������**��������� ������V ��������������� l" w>������ *���������" m'Uneholj  dose  sent her to  the    hospital.    In  That "man Is wise "to ��������� Bome,-purpose who gains his wisdom at the expense and from the experiences of  another.���������Plautus.  It takes a girl of fashion at least  <_n hour to comb her hair so that it  Icoks as If a comb had never been  near It. -���������'���������,,  When a girl can get a man* to  teAch ter some gamo of cards, played only by two, she becomes so  fitup.d that It takes .her a whole  -winter to  learn.  The" Herald received a postcard  from Trooper McNeill of the second contingent, this morning, written at the front on March 10th. It  reads: "Just a line to let you know  that vre are going into action thia  afternoon. .Our guns have been In  action all morning. There are over  fOOO Boers hers (Victoria W_������t)) and  Fe are a mere handful, but latest reports Bay Ijord Kitchener (is com-  ftig * to  our  relief.    Eighteen  of  our  ���������men were wounded yesterday. "We  ..111- not disgrace Calgary. I have  not had a chance to write before."  Trooper McNeill  is one of tho High  . River' boys.        .    .    .  .  Another letter has been received  from one of the Calgary boys In  South Africa. It is dated Capetown. March 6. and .addressed to J.  ft. Hayes. The writer Trooper Hugh  Lee, says: "Ever since we have been  _tere we have been escorting Boers  from the train to the steamers. There  - have been 3000 put on board now and  "4000 more to come. We hear that  I_ord Roberts haa about 4000 or 5000  aaore corralled. We expect to go to  the-front any day. News comes  today that out of 1027 of the first  Canadian contingent that left Hall-  far there are only 300 left.' The rest  are, sick or wounded. We had a fine  trip coming over; loet only nine  -torses out of 29C, having beat the  record."  The death is "recorded at .Stnith-  ���������cana of W. B. Brlggs, as "estimable  young Calgarian who had been teaching for the past seven" years in  Northern Alberta. Somo months  ������ga be was appointed principal of the  Strathcona school,' but after three  months work was compelled by nervous -breakdown to ������lve up hlg work.  Hia mother was called from Calgary  ������nd with his wife was a constant  watcher at the sick man's bedside  intil death carried him off. He  leaves a wife and ono child. Tho  funeral, which was attended -by  numerous sorrowing friends from Edmonton, Strsithcona and Poplar I_ake,  took nlace at Poplar Lake cemetery.  Rev. -W. AV. Adamson 'officiating. The  Alberta Plaint!ealer contains an appreciative obituary in which it  states that the Into Mr. Briggs was  held In the highest esteem throughout the district and hi= influence was  qjfcyays for good.  -. Wi������. Sanford of Winnipeg, who  hrc*sht a number of servant girls  from England and Ireland last year.  left <m the 14th of April for another  party and expects to return in June.  The fares for this party are being  advanced by ladies desiring servants  and a number have already forwarded them to XV. F. McCreary. commissioner. Winnipeg, who will receive  Oietn until May 30th. The fare is  eery much reduced, one being only  ������48.25 from England to Calgary. An  agreement is signed by each girl lo  have the amount of fare deducted  from the first wages until repaid.  E*tTJr-rtenced general servants are  promh-ied $10 and $12 a month, ac-  cornVng to experience, non . but girls  ��������� _r"h food references aro brought.  Mrs Ranford personally selects and  conducts this party and ladies re-  ODfrtng servants should not miss  ffila  opportunity   of  obtaining   them.  threo days your medicine overcame  the combined efforts of three skilled  physicians and at tho oxplration of  a week she expired. Your pills  can safely bo recommended aa an  expeditious mod., of committing suicide. Yours,  ANTI  PILIOUS.   o   It is expected that tho North West  Legislature will prorogue about the  end of the month.  The, miners strike at RosslMid,  B C has been settled and work has  been resumed on a more extensive  scale than ever.  David Whito of Banff, Alberta, has  received tho appointment of registrar  of births, BWft'lWp*  the division of Banff, vice. F. J- rea-  cork.  Cavalry covers four miles an hour  when walking nine miles an hour  when trotting, and 15 miles an hour  galloping.  Place the bottom part of the broken  _*tlle en a tablo and pour oil lata It until  tt (eaohes tbe point where you would Hit  U have the bottle out. Then heat the end  ml mm Una poker redhot and plunge It aad*  aoree. aa which filing tne remains ot a  fcaranM. aad carrying s horse blanket om  aa* arts.  -Who la tfaatr asked Sergeant Bart*  ley as he peered out through the rata.  "It's ������������������������Horstmeyer," answered th*  eflk-er.  "Why." said the sergeant. "1 tfceagkt  fou understood horses!"  "I do." answered Horstmeyer. "Bat  1 think It's a low Uermsnl"���������Cincinnati  Kaqulrer.  *  A Bin Cedar.  The dneet English elm la New Ter*  city Is os the m*M aide of Madlsoa  square. Probably the choicest tree in any  ef the New York city parks Is the cedar  of Lebanon ia Pro. ppct park. It stands  en the meadow northeast of Lookout bill.  The height, about 41) fret. Is remarkable  for this country, and it would bear aa  mean comparisoa to some of the famous  ���������sea in Kew -gardens, London. It U  claimed that there is only one Hner ceda*  ���������f Lebanon la the United States. It la oa  the Huntington estate at West Uheatet  aad Is abeut <W feet high.   These trees  are'Most attractive (n tEe early summeF.  when the old and new coses hang a������e4>  eat together. This tree does not cone ua*  til it la <M> years old.���������New York TribuM*.  denly Into the olL There will be a tlM.  ���������napping sound, and you will see that the  glass has been evenly out aU around on a  level with the oil. The aeoompanylng Illustration shows the whole process.  If you wish to carry your experlmeat ���������  little further and make a number of glass  rings, you have only to remove part ef the  iiiu_iu(i. rings, you have only to remove pare ot the  Water bolls  and   vaporizes  at at*    ������n every time and repeat the prooess above  degrees  F.  above  zero,   while  iWJta I ascribed. ��������� Pour out, say, half an laoh ol  air  bolls   and   vaporizes   at  31S   de-j  greea below zero.  It is estimated that in the streets  of the average city there aro about  3000 bacteria to the cubic yard of  air and in a hospital ward or whore  there is Bickness as many as 80,000.  N. N. Smith of Calgary has been  appointed in charge of the C. .P.' R.'  boarding department' between* Vancouver and Port Arthur, and will In  future  reside  In   Winnipeg.  There are so many people, says  Bob Edwar'dfl.-trylng to palm themselves ofE as Scotch these days (we  don't blame them) that it may be as  well to givo a receipt for discovering if your m������������ {��������� the "a| ^^ Teachers instruct In tree, vino, grain and  no.   Get  the   would    be   Scotchman . th9Culturo  talking about porridge  or  broae.   If   5f be03 Bnd 8Ukworn���������.  in referring to  either one of these]     BeMet BuM,     Sweden, Franoe, Am  the oil each time, and you may easily make  ���������sverul rings half an In oh In breadth.  You will recognize In this experlmeat  the same principle as in the fracture of ���������  eold glass when hot water or hot ooffee b  poured Into It. Glass la a poor oenduotor  Of beat, and the fracture Is caused by the  expansion of the lusidoof the vessel befors  tbe heat can get to the outside.���������Philadelphia Times.          Viewer Stndr.  Children In many European eeuntries  have oxcellent opportunity for the stud;  of .botany. The little city .-people hav������  plants especially supplied thetn, and _q,c  province of southern Russia 883 aoros an  do voted to sohool gardens. These garden!  are planted with fruit and forest trees.  ***   **������������������-���������s     .   .          _.,  ���������           _-    _,_._���������    ������._. I *>esuio������   nunia,   _tweu.>u,   c-cwuin-h ___.ua-  hopelessly Scotch articles of ������������, ������������ iriB ������nd Germany provide opportunities  uses  the   plural   "they"-^ and    them (or thelr ohlWM11 ln this branoh cf educn  he is Scotch. ' A cottle from the purr t llon    In Borlin ^q ,iftrga wagoni loadea  > ;  ina  sua vronaany iiroYiuo  uppuin.uuitiep  I for their ohlldron in this branch of educa  i_o .. >���������   ���������  -,     'I Hon.    In Berlin two ".large wagons loaded  Ileus of Gleskie shovelling a plate oc , wUh lMrt gpeolinetl'8 deliver cuttings,  porridge down his throat ana re- l whloh haT, bgeQ infoied and paoked foi  marking that   *they are tine,      IS an :. jifferont schools, tha dolly papers having  Klea Dlatlno<taas_  Nice distinctions are troublesome. It to  so much easier to say that a thing to  black thse ts discriminate the particular  shade of brown, blue or greea te which It  really belongs.' It is so much easier ta  make up your mind that your neighbor Is  good for nothing.tlian to enter into all tha  circumstances that would oblige yon M*  modify that opinion.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  .NCORPORATGD 18TO  Bring us  Your  ae*. *i-  i������i������_������i������-ft.ftj������.fti������&iEJ&fe  ���������.{  Feet  Good latematloaal Law.  Jabbers���������I tell you. old man. It's a tee*  rlble thing when your wife quarrels wltfc  her mother and the old lady llrma with  you.   Which side do you take?  Havers���������Neither. I preserve aa alaraa*  ad neutrality.���������Harper's Basar.  The orientals ef Bokhara Indulge la S  peculiar pastime which la said to reseat*  ble "football en horseback, with, aa  sides." A decapitated goat takes ths  place of the ball, and 900 horsemea  jcramble for it.  It Is the mlad that maketh goad ar tl_-  tiat maksth wretchedness ar happtass^  risk or poor. * *  THE ROYAL BOX.  The  Revelstoke Herald  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  to Ua leadlB* Mwayapo* at  tJw crMt mlBlBS 4totrtata at  We* Kootaoar. It gtoe all  tha latest nlnlnc Mesnp*  Me and local news, written ������p  l������ aatkeatte. teUaMe as*! i  aale articles from  aete Intaraatloa. It  a large circulation aa4 to  sequctstty aaeqwUIeel h  adveitlalac taedlua la  vleM la which It to  inspiring sight for a person  with  a  strong. stomach. ....������������������  Alberta Sun: " The.country is overflowing with the genial travelling  man. There were 32 of him at a clatter one night last week at the Alberta hotel in Calgary. El Jolllo and  Tom must have had their work cut  out for them that night Last  Thursday there were no fewer than  ten of the fraternity staying at one  oC the Wetaaklwin iiotels. This  should be a good time to start a  store on jawbone. So long as the  travellers keep coming we wont fall  asleep. They are object lessons to  all in the little-known art of keeping  wide awake. Ixing may they  and prosper!  THB TOMB OF ROMULUS.  live  llgasr Basalll   il.llir.i   Me   Haa   Pound  " tha   Klack Scans.  Since Niebuhr wrote ererr sohocilboy  begins his entrance on higher orltlcimn  with learning that Bomuhifl, Remus an-.l  the early kings of Rome ars legendary  myths and stories. The absence of ������u  historical basis for the early centuries m  Roman "history" has almost oome to be  granted.  Bnt the spade, which is a weapon  deadly to theorists over, texts like Nie  bubr and all his tribe, has suddenly  move! the recorded history of Rome back  seme   centuries.   Kxuavation la ths   Fer*  already notified what 1 kinds are to bs ex-  poo tod.���������Baltimore Hprald.  FROM   I.OMin.US'    TOMB.  nm has laid bare, near the Arch of   Set*  erus ln tbe Com it la,   the   "black stone'  \rhloh Latin writers bolieved   to   be   ths i  tomb ot Koraulus.  If ith this has been found the oldest inscription yet   upturned   associated   wltfe  early Rome. It is earlier by a full   century than previous inscriptions in Roman  history. It is in a language which   is   to  Latin much aa Chaucer ia te English.   It  rsreals   a   Rome   Just    auoh   as     Llry  describes,   a   Rome   of   laws,   saorlUces, |  rites,   ceremonies   and   temples; a Rome:  about   650   B.C.,   with   a   king, letters,!  Oreek trade and the surroundings  ef tha,  .Ity Roman historians drew. j  This ro writes much theory, and it addi;  to thr conviction that tbe dawn of Euro- )  peaa history requires a longer .perspective'  than has been given It. Bnt the posslblll-'  ties of  dlscovory   reach   their  last limit  wben   the Forum yields a   record   whloh  goes baok ta the sack of the Oauls la 300  B.C., and adds SOO years to the  contemporaneous evidence known oa the history  if Rome.  Slgnor BaoellL, the Italian Minister  ef'  Publlo Instruction,   who   unearthed   the  treasure,   wrlt__   thnt   it   is noteworthy  FROM THE TOMB OP  ROUUr.CB.  that the marble of tbe slabs Is very ran  even ln Komo, where ������U kinds of whit������  and colored marbles known to ths  ancients can bo Hann ln the varlout  monuments. It I. some Tocnarlan roarbls  from the Liiconlan quarries of thn I'olo-  ponnnsu., easily known by tho tins  wlilto velnn which ran through Ihe  op.-iqno black ������r. In of the stonn. The In-  tcrljition, 1-0 fur in It ran !mi doclplmrnil  nnd conjocturnlly n-itnreil, soems to ildklg-  nuto tbe spot nn a peculiarly fuicreu  Fnci-ldoin: lot-illty, nml this is borne nut  by the <ibjnctM fiiimd near tho Htu'-j,  Brr.all votlro xf:iMii*tt*M, vaieH, and objeotii  In Ir.iuze. iron auti marble.  A Uttle Geatlei  A llttlo 4-year-old boy la the east sad  has as his particular playmate a little girl  of about the samo age.' The' little ones are  frequently together, and the other morning the girl oame to the fence and called  b'ui.  "Alton," sheorlod, "oome over on play."  Alton's mamma heard the call and said  to him, ''Toll her you can't ccrne over just  now because you l:avo to take _ bath."  So Alton wont to tho ond of the porch.  "Elizabeth," he called, "I can't corns  over now."  ' Then ho turned book to his mother and  added:  "I don't flnk the rest of It need be  saldvd."���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  CHOOSIN<5 A LIFE WORK-  Bay* MM fix Tli. i* fc**f������������ on iOul aad  _J_.rii..tlr bti-iv* t* Attala It.  The principal of a boys' school  was apeaking* to the pupils about  their future life. Ho asked: "How  many of you ha^e decided what you  will be when you  become men?"  There waa no reply. He then asked-that any "boy thero who had-selected his futuro occupation should  hold up his hand. Out of the hundred, ten boya did so. Ninety had  no idea what thoy were going to do  In this world, for the -world or for  themselves. Ho then asked those  who had given the matter some  thought, but were yet undecided, to  raise the hand. Fifteen handa went  up. Soventy-five boya out of the  hundred...between the ages of 14 and  20. had never thought obout"-their"  future occupation. Considering that,  how much" could they expect to ex-  cel (n -anything or to make a mark  tn the world? Yet, doubtless, aome  of them, when men, will complain  that wealth and honors are unevenly divided  in  thia world.  The way to have honor, to bo-  come anybody of Importance, to  be a power among men, is not to  envy another person, but to fix the  eyes upon that goal and work for It,  choosing early tha path that leads  to  that eminence.  . A young man desired to bo a  clergyman. He was the enly child  of a widow, who could not educate  him. A wealthy gentleman, becoming interested in him, offered to defray the expenses of  Ho gladly, accepted,  college, and had just entered, when  the gentleman 'tiled, losing every  dollar. The youe(; man, of course,  had to leave college, but he did not  (jH'e up hia determination to enter  tha ministry. He taught music that  year, saved his money, nnd entered  college. Continuing to tcac*h In the  college town, lie supported himself  through-.his  whole college  course.  t know of another young man  who, with every opportunity to pursue one thing, changes his mind and  his occupation about as often ns ha  docs his coat, tlo never gets abov_  tho drudgery part, and is only farn-  lng $3 a week, sometimes nothing,  for thero aro frequent resting places  Vit, the -change of his occupations.  Who could expect, liim to make a  success of his  life?  No matter what profession or  trade you take up, you havo to  work, and work harder and under  more difficulties at tho outset than  farther on. Tho boy who wnnts to  shirk this necessary flruilfjcr" In not  made of tho /stuff which cot, ucrs in  life.  Alicv? all tilings, avoid being n  "Jnck-of-nll-tradrn." Some m-.*n have  a genius for so many things that  thoy cannot glvo= enough attention  to one thing to master it. I know  of a youth of nearly 20 who can  play and sing, mend n clock. 11  music box, an organ. Invent little  things, makii tol.ee, draw, and���������  why, I hardly know anything he  cannot do, nnd tho conHwiucnco Is.  he Is not doing anything, It anyone  wonts anything "fixod," ho Is the  one who (Ixc. it, but his liro is not  going to bo "fixed" In any direction  In direct contrnst t.o him In n companion of his, who has ulrcndy served sovornl ypars nt his trmio, and  ���������will some day turn out a Arat-clns������  The Emperor William is said to be the  only living sovereign ot Europe upon  whose life no attempt has yet been made.  Tbe Duke of Connnught will endow a  ward in the Dundec'IIospitai For Incurables, which be officially opened last  month.  The khodlre of Egypt la" an accomplished violinist, but he much prefers  dance.-music to the productions of the  great masters. He studied music ia Vienna.  Prince August of Coburg has uow shot  3,000 chamois on his estate at Schlad-  111 ing. He killed his first in 18G9 in thc  same district. ," In 1SS4 his total bag  reached 1,000,' and by 1891 he had shot  2,000.  Queen Margherita of Italy, is building  a chateau at.Gross.ory to pursue,with  greater comfort her favorite sport of  mountain climbing. The style of its architecture will be Moorish In design, and  tho queen la personally superintending  its erection.      *  We do the rest our shoes  fit like the wings of a duck  and a ladder is not needed to  reach our prices  Our Range  Of boots and shoes cover  everything you need in this  line. 'Ihe neat and dainty  foot covering for summer and  the strong but comfortable one  for wet cold spring weather  "Wc have some great bargains  in Misses, Boys' and Youths  boots^for school ware.  Subscription $2.00 Per HimUm  $1.25 For Six Month,.  Strictly in Rdvanoe.  It tabes a fensMOt plan la  the race Cor promlaenoe aad  yettalarttr with baeiaen  houses and as a ooosequenee  Aeee sore baataees  thcee reqarinc prlate*  eaerr aad office supplies taaa  say other prlatlas.  SMnt la Eastern Brtttafc  ���������asbla.'   The class   et'  tamed out has been  ���������ed equal, to aar thins ���������*  klad   executed   la   th  titles . by much larger  tries.  ...J  Job Printing Department  Hudson's Bay Stores  CALGARY.  60   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  DAINTY TR1FLE8.  Vlnaifrettea aro smaller than heretofore and come mostly in crystal with  jeweled tops.   .  Hatpins are larger than ever. Rhinestones are used extensively. The most  beautiful pins are set with genuine  stones. Three or four hatpins are used  in each hat.  If the buckles keep growing smaller,  the stock clasps will be used for the belt  ribbon after awhile. Some of the prettiest designs are in flower forms, enameled In natural colors.  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JOHNSON, Proprietor;  PUBLICATION DAyS : Tuesdays and Fridays. :���������<.  hia education'  prepared "  for  Double Eagle IV! in ing and Development Go.,  LIUITED.  CAPITAL SI,000,000  IN   ONE DdLLlAR SHARES.    S400.000BINTHE TREASURY  FIRST BLOCK OF TREASURY SHARES :N0W:0N THE MARKET  FOR A LIMITED TIME AT   10 CENTS.  ;_   DIRECTORS:  Wm. F. Cochrane, ...   - -..._  Mwnager  The   Cochrane . Ranch,   Limited,  Macleod.     "'. Managing-  John  J.   Yoiwg.  Director     of   The. * Calgary    Hera'tdr-  mr*.'������fr*-  W. B. Pooi,, President Great Western Mines,  Limited, "Ferguson and Revelstoke.  F.  W.  Godsal, . , v  Rancher,: Pincher   Creek.  McCaiiter,   Solicitor,  Revelstoke.- ��������� "   .        ^ * - ^  v J.  D.  Graham,  Gold  Commissioner,  Atlin,  B. C.  Geo.   S.  W. M. Brown, Proprietor   St    Leon   Hot   Springs,   Revelttoke.  11 Thr. Double Eagle Company has been formfd for the purpose, not only of m ning its present properties  but of acquiring promising claims and developing them to an extent that will justify their.'sale to English and  otlu-r c.onqM.iirs nf. n profit. Tlio comp������iiy already owns and has paid for in full, the" Trilby and Old" Saul  propeities in the famous Fish" Rivet district, and a threes-quarters interest in the May Bee mine, in the"  I_.ird(_.n (li.-trict one and a half miles fr.m Ferguson Sufficient promoter's shares have been set aside-for the  purchaso  of tlie remaining  quarter.  The M-iy Bee is the sister claim to the now famous Nettie L, which has broken all records in Britiskr-  Columbia for large bodies of phenomenally rich ore. The May Bee and Nettie L were located together in  1-0-2 by Mr. \\ . li. I'ool "(who has been appointed manager of, the Double Eagle Co.) Both claims rarry identically  tho same ii.h oro on the surface and the same remarkable ledge runs through both, carrying high ya'ueB  in gold, copper, silver ������ud lead. The promoters have already spent $4,000 in developing the May Bee, with  excellent, re-.nl.-.. and in onler to place the mine quickly <n a shipping basis the company now offers the public  the oppnrtunitv of investing to a limited extent.in ful'y. paid and non-assessable treasury shares, (par value  $1)   at    10   cents   each. ''".'".'  Shares will be sold in blocks of 100 and upwards.  The  company  r s rves  the right  to   withdraw the  sale  of shares  from  the   market   at   any time    without    notioe  Anpicatons   niav   be   sent  to ihe   Secretary, _  .-���������..- A. H. HOLDICH, REVELSTOKE.  Or to JNO. J. VOUNO   HERALDBLOCK. SALQARY. *>,?__.,,__ I  ^  i i  The War in Africa  <c  *.S*>  -Pletermarltiburg, April  10.���������Heavy  "LiyamltH, April "--Heavy firing  wm heard early this morning ln^he  Ilrectlon ol Sunday's river.    It con  ttaued a lew hours. ���������m#���������_  . _ _ A^rii 12���������The Bloemlon-  JF%������2������ ������< ^e Morning  ?������t elegraphlng Tuesday says:  S Boers to the southeast are exiting an Indecision *���������������������������������  ������������Blbly in consequence, ol our occu  !_Aion ot the railway.   Bodies ol the  SrSh^^r^a  Sghborhood ol Paardeberg show no  position to interrupt our communl-  ctlons with Kimberley from wMch  ���������oint  civil   convoys  are  still  arriv  lag"  The Bloemfontein correspondent ot  Oi. Tlm4s, telegraphing   Wednesday.  JSr     "It  1.  announced   In  genera  Xs    that   General    Sir    Herbert  Stormslde has been been appointed  to command the 3rd    division   vice  SUeral Sir William Gatacre  ord^red  tome to England. General Brabants  torce   ia   confident   ol being   able, to  Hold  out.    The Boers alter showing  ���������considerable     dash,    have    ���������������������  when it came to tho final ���������������������������"*  tave  struck at the  least vlwl spot  !U  they  are  greatly  M-^"*  k* their proximity    to    the Basuto  b^der.    Owing  to  the   strategetlcal  considerations   since     ������>e    enemy,  movement became defined there need  ke little anxiety as to the safety ol  the Cape border."  The Bloemfontein correspondent ol  tbe Daily Telegraph    in a despatch  d������ted Thursday, says:    "The permanent detences are nearly completed.-so  that the town can be held by a rela-  Uvely   small    garrison.    A    British  acoui      who    visited     Bloemlonteln  waterworks    reports    the'machinery.  ������J dams intact.   Only a lew Boers  ^ain   in   the  neighborhood.      The  enemy has.trekked    six milea north  Td formed a laager near Wa^rval  News   from    General" Brabant  at  Wepener shows that all is gong satisfactorily   there.      The  twop. ���������������.  getting  new  khaki: serge    unarms  '- and  boots." ' ,  ���������   There Is'no further news yet from  ^epener.  Mauser.     Looting however ha. been  repressed.  It is reported that there are 7000  Boers at Wepener.   Fourteen British  sympathizers   have'been  Imprisoned.  The JBoere admit   having shot    Mr.  Gulner, the hotel keeper, tor taking  forage to the British.   A paymaster  with  .700 was captured.  - Maxree, Zasutoland,, April U.���������Par-  amou chiefs have stationed 3000 armed natives to resist hostile Boer en-  commlBsloner    are    that the Basutos  commissioner are that the   Bastutos  are not to be allowed to cross   the  Free State  frontier  on  any pretext  whatever.  Natives who crossed and looted  abandoned Boer farms are now in cue  tody.  Colonel Dalgetty-a position la  strong and well chosen but Is completely surrounded.  Tha Boers have their backs  against Basutoland and If they stay  much longer they will be hemmed in.  The  British  operations    are  keenly |  COLONIAL TROOPS  the  Formed Into a Brigade Under  Command ot Gen. Hutton  Bloemfontein, April 13.���������A new  division, consisting ol two brigades  has been formed under General Hamilton. General Hutton's brigade la  composed of the Canadians, New  Zealanders and all the Australians,  except the cavalry. His staff is Col.  Martyr, chief; Lord Rosmead. aide  de camp; Colonel Hood of Victoria.  Colonel Bridges ot New South Wales  and Major Cartwnght ot Canada, assisting adjutant generals. The brigade consists ot tour corps ot mounted Infantry, under Colonels Sanderson, DeLlsle, Pilcher and Henry.  The first corps consists of the 1st  battalion Canadians under Colonel  Lesard, and 2nd battalion Canadians  under Colonel Herchmer. ���������  Strathcona's Horse, under Lieutenant  Colonel  Steele  and  the  Victorians under Colonel    Pryce,   are   in  the fourth corps.  The  second  and    third    corps  are  ported to be going'toward Bethullo.  The Dally News haa the following  from Reddersburg, dated Friday:  "General Cherraslde saw the rear  guard ot the Boors disappear southwest In full retreat The enemy appear to be In strong torce 14 miles  east of Reddersburg. They are fall- ,  Ing  back  before  our heavy  guns.     |  The Bloemfontein correspondent of  tho Standard telegraphng on Monday says: "The Boers are ln full retreat from Wepener hugging the  Basutoland border. Tho .Basutos are  marching parallel with them along  the - frontier, watching eagerly for  the slightest encroachment."  The Bloemfontein correspondent of  the Times, telegraphing Monday says:  "The Boera who have been investing  Wepener are said to be moving in a  southern direction but the object of  tho movement Is uncertain.  IMPERIAL������������������*���������**. ������       tmg KlfrtT CrtMC   PAI  OF CANADA  Tne  ariusn  ope���������������������������    ������������������������*-         -me aotuuu ������������-       watched    from    the    neighborhood,   composed ot Australians.  Shelling and shooting have been go  ing on steadily during the last six  daya Colonet Dalgetty's guns are  admirably served and there Is no  waste ot ammunition. The Boers  when they see the flash ol the cordite bolt  into their holes. The  am-  Each corps.has a battalion of Imperial infantry attached.  The Canadians and New South  Walos batteries and a number ot  Vlckers-Maxlma will join tha dlvls*-  lon.  General   Ridley's  brigade  la com-  .fi?  SSLT are'cir toTeVrd. but   posed ot the Sou'th African troops,  the killed and wounded are not re- ������  night * fall, In  order  to UNCONFIRMED RUMOR  VICTIM TO ENTERIC FEVER  Ottawa, April 17.���������A cable received yesterday afternoon -from Lleut.-  Colonel Otter says: "No. 7319. Private  W. S. Blight, of the Queen's Own  Rifles, died at Bloemfontein hospital  on the 15th Inst, from enteric fever."  CANADA'S   GENEROSITY  moved  until   ������._,..-     conceal tha casualties. The" Boers  are fatigued and their horses are  tired and footsore.  The Boera fiercely attacked the  British northern position on Monday,  April 9th, but they were beaten back  at daybreak. Nothing is known  hero of the casualties on either side.  BOERS  GROWING DISCONTENTED  -London, April 16.-The Bloemfontein correspondent-ot the Times telegraphing-Sunday says: * "It Is reported that reinforcements for the  Boers, with 60 wagons; have'arrived  at DeWetsdorp, en route for-Wepener This should precipitate an action.  The statement that President Kruger  has been south seems to confirm the  reports- that "the Boers are growing  discontented. The "continued execution of personal Influence appears  now1 to have becomo necessary."  PRISONERS OF,WAR  That  General' Brabant  Haa Inflicted  a Crushing Defeat on the  Boers at Wepener  London,     ApriL���������The      Capetown  correspondent of the Dally Telegraph  telegraphing Sunday, says:    "An unconfirmed   report   ts    in    circulation  here that General Brabant has   inflicted a crushing    defeat    on    the  Boera  at    Wepener,  capturing  guns  and taking prisoners.   '-a ���������  liORD ROSS1AN CAPTURED  London, April 16.���������A special despatch from Bloemfontein, April 14,  _aya: "A patrol ol the Royal Irish,  with whom was Lord Rosslyn has  been captured. Lord Rosslyn haa  been sent to Kroonstad."  Four farmers, who had taken .the  oath to abstain from further cooperation with Queen'a enemies were  found signalling*to' the Boers at  Karee Siding and have been brought  here.  .the  Umdon, April 14.-The forward  movement of the Boers is checked,  Tavs Lord Roberts. This is supposed  to  have  been   accomplished,   not by  fighting, but by ������WMltl��������������� ^l*  head of their advance and. bar their  way to vulnerable points on the lines  ol British' communication. Reliel Is  on the way to Wepener.  The Boers'-in Natal, appear incapable" of '' developing 'an aggressive  movement  at  Elandslaagte.*  Lord Methuen is at Sewartkoplon-  tein 12 miles east ot Boshot and is ,  sending 'small swift columns through  ������e adjacent country. .Lord Chesham. I  commanding one ol these encountered a small command <-^>M 10 milea  '  south  east of SewarUkopIontein. He  found most ol the larms occupied by  women and children only.  An  editorial   in    the    Daily  Mall  avers that Maleking is In a very bad  way-and that the hope of relief   la  "   far off. as no rellet torce Is advanc-  - ing from the south.  The war office announces that ������w������  '   horses will arrive at Capetown Uils  week       It" is understood    that   tne  anim'als  are  not  fit  xor  work  until  - about 10 days after the voyage. Two  thousand more are due at the Cape  ,.-.   next-week.  Ottawa, April 17.���������His Excellency  the Governor General has received  the following cable from Field Marshal Lord Roberts:  "Bloemfontein, April 16.���������Please'  thank the people' of Canada on behalf  ot myself, the troops and Colonel  Ryerson for their generous and  timely gilts just received. ������������������ -  (Signed)      "ROBERTS."  o -   HER MAJESTY AT DUBLIN  Dublin. April 16.���������The Queen, accompanied by the Princesses drove  out in an open landau today in the  presence of immense crowds.  The route was past the Hibernian  school, returning to the Vice Regal  lodge by way of Long avenue, which  waB still lined with equipages and  cheering crowds when Her Majesty  returned.  The Queen has decided to prolong  her stay in Ireland until April 27.  Head Office. Toronto.  Capital Authorized. - $2,500,000.00  Capital FaU Up. - $2,391,863.00  Ro.t, . - $1,554,710.00  DIRECTORS:  H.  S.  Howland,  President  T.R.Merrltt.Vlce-PreB,   St.   Catherine!  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This bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted for at any  of the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts  la  the Yukon aad Northern districts.  A. R. B   HEARN.  Manager, Revelstoke Breach. -  THE MOLSONS BANK  INOORFOHATTO BT ACT OF  P^HLlA-WKNT, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  ��������� ���������  PAID UP OAFSTAI. : -      gjggSgg  RBST FUND ��������� ��������� ��������� fliowwwvw  . * r. WoarasTOM Thomas, General Manager.  ^     A general banking business transacted.    Interest allowed at current  S. -_.f_.ii J. D. MOLSON,  K=rates- xaiaobs, msvwjTosa, B.C.  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave.  Lord   Roberts  Protests  Against  Boer Treatment ol Colonial  Troops  Bloemlonteln, April 14.-Lord Roberts in his telegram of   protest    to  President Kruger regarding the treatment to which the    colonial officers  and troops who are now prisoners at  Pretoria,  have  been  subjected,  complains  that   the  Boers have..treated  them as. If they were criminals and  confined      lu      Jail.   .   'He. ; points  out that there are 90 cases of enteric  fever and dysentery In-the prisoners  camp at Watervaal. that the Trans-  Ivaal government failed to supply on  'demand of the doctor, the necessary  medicines and medical comforts, that  prisoners were forced to bivouac on  the  open  veldt,  that the  sick   were  placed ln an open shed with an iron  root, and that It was only when the  new doctor threatened to resign that  medicines  and  mattresses were  supplied.  He Invites President Kruger to  remedy this state of things and contrasts It with the treatment the  British "government gives the tfoer  prisoners, sick' and wounded, , who.  aa Lord Roberts says, "Receive the  same treatment as our own soldiers.   o ���������-  FROM MAFEKING.  be  P. gURNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season. >  CHURCH  ROBBERY     Toronto, - April 17.���������Thieves broke  into St.' Simon's church last evening  and stole the Easter offerings, amounting to -.1200 of which however  $975 were in checks which may be  stopped as yesterday was a bank  holiday. In order to get at the  money the burglars' had to break  through a nine inch wall j with a pick  axe. ,-- ...  The Rerelstoke  Herald    lS������nlWeeMjl  -r-O-  NEW  YORK  STRIKE  Cook   Landing,   N.Y.,   April    17.���������  The first bloodshed as the outcome of  the  strike at the  Cornell  dam,  was  the lifes blood  of Sergeant Douglas,  of the 11th company of .Mount Vernon, who was shot dead' by an unknown    assassin    while      relieving  guard at 9 o'clock last night.  '   The wildest  excitement', prevailed  throughout the camp as "soon as the  news of the  assassination spread to  the different tents and   the soldiers  are frantic over the cowardly crime.   o^   STRATHCONA' HORSE *  Pinch of Hunger Beginning    to  Felt���������Relief Distant as Ever  London, April  17.���������The*Daily Mall  has  the' following from  Lady Sarah  Wilson:     , ' _,���������"''  "Mafeklrg,_ Aprils?;���������The pinch ot,  hunger is, beginning <to be felt and  relief seems as far distant as ever.  "Since March ,31st.there, had been  no shelling until, today,'Commandant  Snyman having taken , his burghers  to   bar  Colonel   Plumer's   road..-  "They returned yesterday and the  bombardment was * renewed today  with splendid high velocity - guns,  firing' 14 pound shells, such * aa had  not been, used since the first days  of the siege."  ' The military authorities say that  the British artillery has nothing to  compare  with   these guns. .  ��������� A despatch .to .the Times from  Mafeking, dated April 6, confirming  earlier reports says: - "After Colonel  Plumer's repulse, Commandant Shy-' Ottawa, April 14.���������It is s*������d_Jn"  maTsent amessage inviting Colonel1 ' the,60 - * ^^  Baden-Powell to send out to .collect ^"^hcona- Horse will'not be ready  the dead' and wounded, but-".-when to leave Halifax on the 22nd, as was  the ambulance appeared the Boer . at flrBt suggested. They: will, go oy  Commander   declined   to  allow  them | the Lake Huron from St. John    on  Has more readers ~ ln North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers in RevelBtoke than any other paper;  does more" job printing In the  city than any other paper; It's  news Is more spicy and up-to-  date; its Influence Is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation- considered; Its BUb  scription rate-Is only $2.00. pel  annum;. It covers the field Try  It and be with the crowd.  Write to-      -  -    REVELSTOKE HERALD,.  Revelstoke, ,B. C.  T-'ible !furuUhed with the choipsat  ihp market _*.l_orda.    Best  Wjnea  Liquor* i������nd Ciears.     Large,  UgM-  he-tlnM'.ins. R*tes    $1    a    day.  Monthly rate.  i.'Ml si. PI*  RATE $1 oo PER DAY  The  Cqluni]Ma  House.  Good accommodation. A. good bar-  well supplied with choioe wiaee'~  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All T i-mia.  Brown  &  Proprietors *  Poot  The Bloemlonteln correspondent of  the Times", telegraphing Friday/*says:  "Everything is going satisfactorily.  Owing'to the enemy's enterprise, a  necessity has arisen for* a movement  in the southeastern division, and for  strategetlcal reasons troop trains  have monopolized the railroad  lor a  .*���������_=___ qenERAL-CRONJB---���������-  Arrival   of  the  Former   Boer   Chief  at St Helena,  St.    Helena,'  April      14.-^<3eneral  Cronje. Tils  wife,  three, members  of  the staff of the former    Boer    corn-  to be taken. , It was discovered how  ever that the Boer reports of the ex-  April ��������� 25th.  tent ol tfiFBritlsrcasualles-had-been*  greatly exaggerated."  Lorenzo  Marques,  April   16.���������Lieu  tenant  Stelhaman, a Rhodeslan scout  who entered Mafeking"- through    the  Boer' lines, - has returned, to Colonel  MMTVitW HOTEL  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed ud Sale St������blo of tha X*rde������������ wtd Trout l*S������  WHITE     GWHAIM   ������^SCOTT    "a  the staff of the former    Boer    com     plume-._ c&mp with despatches from  ^"monopolTzed"'"   the" railroad  mandant, with other Boer- ^sooera.    Matcking.    sayiAg that all was well  tora   short  period   .but    ^.H^^I^^   there up to"April 8th.  raids are only what was anticipated   waukee on April 10th ana ^ -    2 a result ot the halt in our   main   ed   today,  accompanied    ^   c^|  SJL.M     We  in  Bloemlonteln    are Reefe. * They were met by the gover  STadmTration for tile calm man-1 nor 'and commander in^chlef of^St  lwu .   _   _      _     ��������� "������ __.__������.   kka'm  ner with which headquarters has re  ceivedthe incidents. Half of the  object of the enemy has failed since  L_>rd    Roberta ^has    refused    to  be  Helena, His Excellency" Robert Stern  dale" and Mrs.    Sterndale,, at    the  Caatle. where the party remained for  an  hour,  afterwards - proceeding     --o  IX>rd    Roberta *.* has    reiusea    v������   ������.  an   nour.  ���������������������*������������������"-"���������  drawn   into  complications; but    has, the*Kent buildings,  foetefed the enemies enterprise; mak-      Qenerai Cronje looks ^ and_,^  Ing dispositions to checkmate without  Bloemfontein,  being    aware  .that-a.  movement ot the   troops has occur-  red."  Aliwal North,. April 13.-It is officially reported .that the British losses.  at wepener In five days fighting .were  18"killed and 132 wounded.  .-  Aliwal   North,   April     14.-*-Colonel  Grenfell wires that the casualties at  Wepener Include Quartermaster William,   Lieutenant  Halford  and  Lieutenant Dunnan and 25 men wounded  Sir Godfrey Lagden, resident commissioner at Mazru telegraphed  that no  shelling has been  heard from the direction of Wepener    today.    A regl-  went of British  infantry and a battery of artillery arrived Friday. Oen  oral   Brabant'B  headquarters  and all  the  mounted  troops . have    gone to  Rouxville.    The Northern Post asserts that the  Kouxvlllo district furnished 1000 recruits to the Boer force as a result  of the invasion last, wcbk.   Five hundred  Boers under Commandant ^San-  wepel  forced  the Royal  Irish RlOoa  to  evacuate   Rouxville.    Thc  former  landrose,   who   had   been  acting-for  the British offered to go to the front  to prove himself a good Free Stater  W. C. Macartney, Proprietor.  .   t  National Park, Banff, Canada.  THE GRAND VIEW Is sltu-  - ated  right at the Hot Springs,  so that full  benefit  is  derived  from  the waters. -    New ������ bath  ���������house in connection   with   the  *'   hotel. Tub.-plunge * and  shower  baths.       Billiard   room.       All  modern     conveniences.      'Ffee  bus  meets  all trains.        Rates  from ������10.00 to   ������12.00a   week.  One free bath 9. day.  Barristers. Solicitors, Notaries Public.  ������������������ Elite.  Tavlor Block, McKensle Avenue. Rev-  Taylor **-������������c������;Btoke gtation.  ' Honey To Loan.  W. White.. J- ��������������� ^"i^u'B.  W"        P. !_. OwilUmu  Saddle    and    , Pack  always for hire.  fievseo-  >* *-.  "71-  . ..*. i  Freighting  aad  Teaaaiag  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves ThomsonJ^din* every-morning-.* 7 o'eloA.  for ������rout Lake City.   For Particulars, write^  >r particulars. w������i������    .  CRAIO ������ HILLMAN, Thomsoh's Lambuw  pears  cheerful.       The  other   Boer  prisoners will disembark Monday.  AT BLOEMFONTEIN  hreat Scarcity of Water-All Private  Wells Guarded  teemokop, Southeast ol Bloemlonteln.    Monday.  'April   9--The  Boer  commindo  which    Is    still    in  the  southern district,  and  which  It  waa  feared had been .cut off. has rendered a good account ol itself with   the  Basutoland  Police, who had invaded  the Orange Free State.  Four British scouts.-who were captured today say that Bloemfontein Is  hard pressed for water. They add  that all the private wells were guarded and civilians were not permitted  to use them until the troops were  supplied.  Commandant DeWet has received a  report that the British who retired  from Smlthfleld southward were  badly punished by the burghers of  Rouxville.  Johan  London,   April    17.���������(4:16' a.m.)���������  Lord Roberts has spread-hia ne_ far  and wide to .catch", the * adventurous  commanders that ��������� havesbeen making'  mischief  in  the south eastern  parts  ot the Free State. The  net has-not  been 'drawn -but' at > the headquarters  of' Lord Roberts the impression exists that the power of the Boers Is  decreasing.  News     correspondents   have-them  fiS to the southeast   A Standard ,   yo the^Uo.: thejm^ U^Rev.  corrspondent   reports them inarching   *.���������**������������������������������; p������CpoM8 opening a  northward '-       -���������    -      -������������������-' '-���������- ���������"������������������������    ��������������������������� Rnl  THE ACADEMY  Banff, Alta.  HARVEY & McCARTBR  Barristers, Solicitors. Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial1 Bank^-fCansda  romnany funds to loan at s per ccm.  effices"Molsons Bank Block.  CTrat Street. Revelstoke Statlon^j^C-  j. W. Cross,  Offlci".   Taylor  Block. Mackenzie  Revelstoke.  - ������ o&������ a* MKeveLto o.  Avenue,  ROBERT ^SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Drayman  Draying and delivery work a werial-  tr     Teams always ready oo shortest  ,������m������������..      C������n������r������������...   "������r   ������<*.hWn������   ���������������*���������"  -        _  ''~  *-   -,    I  ranadian  ^ Pacific  Railway  &  biardlng    school "for" boys    at. Banff.  A  Daily  Telegraph    correspondent , Sthool discipline and home iuHuence  4s' that^ome are going north-and j ������������������*.     ���������*S& J5T������E  ������������������erclal life. As only a limited num-  othere south, while the Morning Post  reports'it Is not known ^what the  Boers   are  doing.  Evidently the feeling at Bloemfontein is that the disposition of  Lord Roberts men is such as to enable him * to concentrate . .a large  force rapidly at any point.,.  The Boer, being aware of this, appear to be thinking now chiefly ol  retreating.  The investment of Wepener, according to a' special despatch from  Bloemfontein. has absolutely' been  abandoned.  According to a Betnany despatch  the Boers are unable to retreat north  because the British hold all the roads.  The Bloemfontein correspondents of  the Daily Telegraph in a despatch  dated" yesterday   says:     "The  Boers  I  tr will be received, parents wishing  to take advantage of this opportunity  will   do well tn   apply at once   for  I prospectus of school     The c"u������<*e ot  "Banff Is sp.-clally adapted, for study-  l ii.g-summers.    cool:    winters,  mild  I Every facility for recreation, such f  1 witnmlng.  flshlns. boating,    cricket  tennis, skating, hockey, wheeling. ������'tc  Msthodlst Chureh, Revelstoke  Preaching services at' 11 a. m.  and 7-30 p.m. Class.meeting at tne  c?ose -of the morning service Sabbath school and Bib e class at 2:30.  Weekly prayer .meeting every Wednesday, evening at 7:30 The public  are cordially invited. Seats tree,  are co���������B/"|JTHOMPSON.   Pastor.  St. Peter's Church  (Anglican)  REVELSTOKE  lip WORKS  Blacksmithing, Jobbing,  Plumbing, Pipe Fitting,  Tiusniitliiiig Sheet Jrou  Work, Machinery Impaired.  Soo Line  ���������SEC    ROUTE  EAST AHD WEST  First clM i.e������t>e*-i on all trains.   Tomi-l* oms-  pu, bvvolitoke dally 'or it. P������il; Tuesday*  t. d *__.tiirda>i  lor/Ioronto-ji Tbandayf f������.;  Bonlreal and BoMo ^  DAUY TRAINS  U  SK^TuSyJSS^1^ Mining    Work    a    Specialty  ***���������������   ***" _ ��������� ���������     __>k____.   ������n_r*%r*-i Inl' ___   ________ ___&. &v  fllbcrta  Hotel  a.m.. mauns, uumj ���������������"��������������� ���������������-��������� *Yi__'.  Eucharist, first Sunday ln the month).  2:30 Sunday school, or cWWrens  tervice; 7:30 evensong Cchoral) and  sermon. -Holy -DayiJ-The Holy  lucharlst is celebrated at 7 ���������"*���������"������  a.m., as announced. Holy Baptism  after Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C. Paget. D.D., Pastor.  Caigopy  N.VU T.  HOBT. GORDON  fcttf-Htrl ���������������   leave���������  ...ar������lve  rclatoke���������arrive....  leave.  West  ,..WdO'  ..ll-JO  Mews  received  here    from  neshurg says a British force of about    ^^   ^   1000 men,  mainly  composed of Bra-   b^y _ ^.^ei the siege of Wepener and  banfs  Horse,' with   General  Brabant , ha_e   _������t Rouxvne.    Th  majority  of  Unequalled cuisine. A"*"*���������^  ^n be made tor banquets or private  Xper parties-     H. A. Parley, pro-  prlet0'' H. A- PERLIEY.  . v^eaBTTERIAN   CHUKCH-Bevelstoke  every W���������d������ UKJCZIBS. P������tor.    . tave oft Rouxvile.    Th  majority  of  to prove himseit a goou ^""^^IrommandlnK.   Is 'still  at  Robertson's * undoubtedly retreated with  and almost to a ���������������*\*ZSTZ M������l. with a remote chance of relief . ��������� of about 6000 now re-  who had taken    oath    f������omf���������������   ��������������������� effective  resistance. -    1  Boers.    Nearly  everyone  produced  * or  enecu���������  CATHOLIC   OHUBOH-Bevel  .,__..,     VLmb  flrbt and third Sandey* In  mm 'iTaUOiSO a^y  FATHEB thAYBK.  ���������  TJndertabing ������rd Embalming  KOMAN  ���������toKe  OALVATIOl AUMV-M������������tln    every mght \  I S   Ui tbelr hall on Front Street  P. Howson & Co^  MACtlOIZI*B AVE.  gtUll TtenUr* In Fnrnllo-O  To and i rom Kootenay Pointo  g;l������ lejve���������Kevelatoke���������arrive 1*1*-  T rkeis iwued and baggage cheeked, throogb "���������  to destination  Cheap Rates  to t*e -'  Old Country  Fo������f������ll������������irHru,a*,8a,< *o time rates, and for   ,  onp'f^* oft C. P. B. publications, addrtaa neans  T. W. BHADSHAW,  Agent, Bexelstoke*. -  | vr.V. iind������"nn,TraT������ritB Passenger Agea  Metoon. B.C. ;  IB.  3. tJor'e    A-sI-Ui.   Omeral   ruaemgmr\  Agaiit, V*a������o������Ter, B. Q. _--  '���������  I ->'_ jWwHi^^'ya****^^^  ^ttW'^-iWi.'.  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Local and General News,  /U&VO rfrZ <ft? d*&ny&  &/&14* %5^  p.  te-  un LftlWi  TO THE LADIES  ���������Telephone MeGiegor if yon want  ���������*i ilniy.  Perry Leake w.is in town on Woil-  nesdiiy.  .Mrs. .linvett nf Ti-ont Luke City was  in town this week.  Capt. D.-ivey of Trout I,:ikti City  nrriveil in town on Tliiiisdiiy'a tinin. "  W. B. Pool left on Tuesday morning  with a .-.hipineiit of Nettie L ore for  Trail sniblli-r.  T. E. L. T.iylor in nuinberpd anions  l lie victims of the prevailing epidemic  of In grippe.  Thf Riippi- is si ill prevalent. Among  its victim.*-this week .Mrs. Molson lins  to Im re-ikoned.  It is expected thnt iv Liberal convention to select a candidate will lie  In-Ill some time next week.  Plans for now stations at llevelsloke  and Kamloops, to lie oreiled this year,  aie- iilre.uly prepared at Vancouver.  Hon. .Ins. -Martin, the Premier,  will he here to-inorow -ind will hold  ii meeting in the opera house in the  eveninjr.  Sei vices in .St. Peter's church on  Sunday will he us usual. The Oilil-  fellowi will parade and attend chinch  in the evening,  B. E. Drew has bought, up ancl  sacked ready for shipment tlie ore  which has lieen lying nt the old smeltei  for so long.  E. M. Alliim returned on Saturday  from a trip to Ferguson, wliere lie \v:fs  inspecting some mining property on  JS'ettie L mountain.  Sir Charles Hihliei-t Tupper, Lady  Tupper and the Misses Tupper passed  through on Thursday morning en  loute for the east.  Dr. (Jin-ruthers was taken ill on  Tuesday last with a. severe attack of  rheumatism, whichhasconfined him to  his bed ever since.  ��������� Prof. Nash'of lhe Nash & Burrows  "War Show will appear on the first  night, night only, ..April 2.rd. in a  wonderful i.xhihiiion of conjuring and  ventriloquism.  T. J. Lcndnim was in town on  Saturday and Sunday and was delighted with the brisk way in which tlie  smeller townsite lots are being taken  up by the public.  At the meeting of the Liberal Association held on Tuesday last, iir.  Martin's platform was eifdoiseil and  the association agreed lo support any  candidate in favor of it,  D. McCarthy.who has been suffering  from some time past with an aliuc'k  i.f la grippe left Wednesday morning  to spend a week or two at the St,. Leon  Hot Springs for the benefit of his  health.  The open offering on Easter Day ii  St. Peter's nmuiniinteil to $G3:S.>,  which is usually and in fact by canon  presented to the vicar, but which by  his special desire, this year goes to  the vicarage building finid.  Hewitt Bo-Mock M. P.. arrived from  Ottawa on Tuesday night*. He was  accompanied by Mrs. BosLock. He  left next morning for Oomaplix and  returned yesterday. He was met.  here on his return by F. J. Deane of  Kamloops.        .  ������������������  ���������N-ish and Burrows War Show���������an  illustrated lecture on LheSouth African  (campaign. Views of all the most  important* , places and interesting  i*vents, correct map-; of the seat of  war and lifelike portraits of the leading men on either side.  Howard Moore, proprietor of the  Queens hotel, Oomaplix, had a. very  narrow e.-cajii'frnni drowning on the  12th inst. While out duck-shooting  on the Arm his canoe sprung a leak  .���������mil sank under him. He reached tho  shore in a very exhausted couditiou.  _Ji_^.____ii^s_-__jind_.H.    Brundrett  lelurneil from the east last Saturday.  Archie Matthews, the young mid  talented violinist. \ilio has been in  Toronto fur the past year studying  music, returned with them and " has  f-ince. the Herald regrets to learn,  been laid up with a severe attack of  pneumonia.  Capt. Foreslund of llie S. S. Minto.  senior captain ofthe (J. P. ... Meet.  was married to Mis.- Nelson, of Nakusp  April 9th. OommodureGore has taken  the bridegroom's po*-t while he is on  his honeymoon. The gallant captain  is a general favorite and his acquaintance.-* and friend- extend lo him and  his bride hearty congratulations.  ���������At Nash -fc Burrows' War Show  ������������������very scene in the campaign from  the embarkation of the tioops. the  inarch to the battle, the charge to tlie  removal of the wounded from tlie  Held Mil be viewed while comfoi tably  &eated in the opera house, in a magnificent series of life motion pici me.-*.  Don't forget the dates���������April 23 and  21.  Heal e-tafe is brisk and large pui-  clmscs have recently been made  printipii'ly among Kevelstoke p'-ople  and on McKenzie Ave. Among recent  pnrchasi-i-s are ('-. B. Hume, II. ,1.  Bom ne. I*\ McCarty, T. J. Graham  and W, Newman, testifying to the  iibiind-ini. faith held in lhe future of  the'Uiwn by iu- shrewdest and most  succes.-fnl citizens.  It is the   intention   of   the   Smelter  ��������� JTownsiu:    management,   following  a  "���������plan of R. S.   Mayne.   to   survey   out  ^the edge of the cut hank at lhe end   of  , McKenzie Ave. into  a  cre.-ent.   to   b"  i-illecl     McKenzie   (Jresc������Mit.    The lots  will form a  semicir. le   following   the  line of the li.uik and an SO  font drive-  iviiy will be surveyed   in   front.      Thi*-  i 1-i-m cut will  fiom   its  situation, coni-  nmniliiig a  magnificient   view   of  the  liver    and   mountains*,   form   perhaps  the     most    desirable   and   attractive  residential property in the town.  The explosion of   a   dynamite   cartridge, which \V. Fleming   w-is   using  to blow up a  stump  on   his   premises  liad the the undesigned effect of starting  a  runaway race  up Station   road  on Wednesday afternoon. The starters  ���������were P. Burns & Co's.   team  and   XV.  M. Lawrence's delivery waggon.    The  hardware     champion   struck   a   gait  ���������which    suipiised    and   delighted    all  lieholders.   The finish came   nil   near  F. McCarty's   residence   without   any  " ilamage dn'ne fortunately, though    G.  "VV. Bell. Bourne   Bros',   driver,   in   a  '   paHant but   unsuccessful   attempt   to  (   -stop the team hy   grabbing   the   lines  i. li.id -a narrow squeak of being thrown  T  under the wheels of the waggon.  ���������Wire Fencing 21, (JO and 72 inch at  0. IJ. Ilium: it (Jo's.  .lohn L.ughtrn of the Hotel Lar-  ileiin, Ferguson, came in on Wednesday  night's train for a visit to tmvn.  ���������A nice line of corsets hns jusl been  received al (J. Ik Hume and do's..  Gall and inspect, them.  llev. Mr, Galiler oT P.-ncler 1-ilanil  will conduct t he services in the Presbyterian church on Sunday next.  The members of I. O. 0. F. parade lo  St. Peter's church on Sunday evening  ���������it 7:110.    Visiting brelhi'i-ii invited.  The regular meeting of L, 0. L. No.  KI5S. will be in their lodge room this  (���������veiling. Visiting brethern cordially  welcome,  Hon. Smith Curl is went through to  Knssland this morning and he will  not, be present, at the Martin meeting  here lo-morrow night.  .Judge Foi in held a sittings of the  county coiirl here on Wednesday.  The (locket consisted entirely -if civil  cases and was not. a long one.  ���������Another shipment nf Bella's boots  in Ladies' Oxfords, lace, ami hullon  just opened *it G B. Hume ii Co's.  Don't forget the Library Party t--  nighl under the auspices of licsc-uo  Work of W. G. T. U., at, Airs. Ilooley's  McKenzie Ave.   Admission 25 cents.  ���������Ready iiftoi May 1st���������extra oaily  summer and fall cabbage plints, also  Brussels sprouts and a variety of  sweet-scented (lower pl-mts. Thos.  Skinner, gardener. 3t-lw  The committee in charge of the.  Oddfellow's "At Home" on the 2Gl,h  inst. request all those attending to  bring'their invitation cards with them  so as to facilitate, arrangeineiils hy  the sub committees.  There is to be a meeting convened  here on Monday at which Master  Mechanic Gross, Gen. Supl. Mnrpole  and Master Mechanic Hobbs are to  meet the grievance committee of the  Brotherhood of Engineers.  Sam Sutherland of Ferguson has  been in (own this week. He reports  llie Trout Luke waggon road in had  condition. Recent slides have rendered il impossible to move freight over  it and it will lake 'tsm'-iilerablc  expenditure to put it in good shape.  A. E. B." Harvey of Thompson's  ,La nding wi ites to the Secretin y of  lhe Revelstoke Atheletk; Association  in care of the Hishalu asking if any  sports are going to be held on the  21 th and saying that, he was last year  u member of the Cornwall football  team, champions (if Ontario and he  wohild like lo become a ineinberof lhe  Kevelsloke team.  A handsome silver cup, crowned  with an artistic statuette of a British  soldier, is on view in the window of  J.Gill & Go's, st ore. His the gift oil  Capt. Taylor to the Revel-Moke riile  company'and will be presented to lhe  mai ksnnin. who compiles the highest,  aggregate, score at the tegular pi act ice  during the season. The range oo the  mountains has been selected and the  practices will begin next week.  St. Peter's Vestry Meeting-.  The Eisler Vestry of St. Peter's  chinch was held on Monday. Dr. Paget  in lhe chair. The report of the t reas-  urei*. A. U. B. Heain shews the parish  to be on a sound basis lianancially.  the funds for the vicar's, salary and  oilier current expenses, which last,  year included !$2_0 worth of permanent  improvements to the church building,  were, raised during the year entiiely  by voluntary contributions, without  resort, being "had to any other method  of raising funds. Therepoit.of J. D.  Molson, lhe treasiuer of the vicarage  building fund shews that only Jjs501.50  is outstanding against the vicarage,  which cost $1500 ami of this sum $175  is in sight.  The vicar appointed A. R. B. Hoarn  as his churchwarden and li. liumprys  as auditor. J. I>. Molson was elected  people's churchwarden and R* Gordon  "iiuil Pe lei* H'oo I e y ~ s e" n i o i���������"si d es m e n-  wilh seats on the cliuich committee,  while H. Varnes anil G. B. Pag-t  were elected junior sidesmen. The  chosen delegates to the svuoil weie  as follows: 15. Hnmphrys, j. D. Molson, and .1. D. Sibbald, with A.' R. P.  Hearn, G. M. Field and R. Gordon a-  alternates. Voles of thanks wen..  passed to the Ladies' Talent Society  and the choir for their services during  the past year anil to Kev. Dr. Paget  for the substantial financial aid ren-  ���������deri'il by him lo tho-vicarage building  fund.   The meet intr t hen adjourned.  Large  Consignment  Just Arrived  "     INCLUDING  Carriage Sponges  25c to tSc  Wool Sponges, 10c to <T5c  Mediterranean Sponges  - 10c to $1.50  Manruka Sponges ���������  $1.50 to $5.00  DRUGSTORE  Geo. F. Curtis,  TAYLOR BLOCK,     .-      JtcKcuzie Ave  THE LATEST IDEAS IX  ���������'"ngS   and  NEWEST AND BEST  THE LEADING STORE takes groat pleasure in  announcing ihe arrival of one uf the largest and mo.-*t  select ranges of  LADIES' FOOTWEAR  Ever Shown In the Interior.  These goods are from New York markets and are  sure to meet tlie requirements of those desiring an exquisitely dainty, exceedingly stylish, yet durable article.  A LARGE ASSORTMENT  Ladies Serge  and * ;*' .  Luster  Skirts.  M. K. LAWSON,  Mackenzie Ave.  SHORTLY TO ARRIVE.  &*mcv3!&.  Dress Muslins, Ducks, Prints, Etc.  Baker  AND  Confectioner  OUR LINE OF LADIES' COSTUME CLOTHS IS SECOND  TO NONE IN THE CITY.  The Wide-Awake Business Men,  o9  McKenzie  Avenue.  Bread - Delivered - Daily  ���������<tia3  <"���������;_.��������������� f*  Roil Uoso Dcptco mods aocoml and fourth  FrkliivK of oni'li iuniit.li.   White Ho.se Dogreu  inoutH llrnt Fridiiy of ench month,iu Oddfellows'  Hull.   Vlsitini; brethren welcome.  WM. MATHERS, T. E. h. TAYLOR,'  .eerctury. 1'rcnldunt.  CALL AND INSPECT OUH STOCK OF  NEW  GROCERIES  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  Is nut in it witli mil* pi-icob on  WATCHES AND CLOCKS  '  ������������������ CALL AND SEE"  , Jeweller,  C. P. It. WATOII INSPI-OTOtt.  ^.^.*f^.^.^.^.^.^,^.^.^,^.^..{.^..|.^.^.^.^..j.^.^..{-*  IC J-Amaiil  fr , *  fr ���������~~~ fr  fr Tobacco's, Pipes, Cigars, Etc. " fr  %   Scientific Works on Mining, Etc.,  %  *, Minerals, Milieu and Mining by Osbnrn ***.  fr . Prtiipeuting, Locating and Valuim; fr  fr       Mine.-.-by Stretch. *  ^    Ilanilbook ot'Rock'.���������by Kemp. J?*  .t, I'mspcullni; for Gold and Silver��������� b .*.  fr       Crake.        . ������  fr Stamp Milling ol Gold Ore*, -bv I'iekard *  fr fr  **************************  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE* No. 1658.  Kecular mcetliiRS nro held in the  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 11.111 sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  Court   Mt.  Begbie  I. O. F., No. 3461.  MeetH tn tho .Oddful-  low**.' Hnll,<iii the second  and fourth Mondays ol  each month. Visiting  brethren' invited to at*  lend.  K.D..T.C. JOHNSON, C. \V.MITCHELL,  Chief Kauuer. Hee.-See.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven  yenrt  at   Morfa   Works,   Swansea.     17   years   Chief  Chemist  tn Wlgi.n Coal and Iron Co.,  Eng.  Late chemist and Ahsayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Doer Heads,   BinK Animals, Etc  . ,..- aud mounted.  preserved  TiriHD STKEKT. HAST OFHC'.IIOUt.IIOUSB '  OUH    ,     .     .  Magic  Spot  .For Furnace or Stove Use.  .Price per ton*for Stove Coal delivered.Irom Cars--$9.00 _  " "        Fumace.Coal delivered from Cars���������$8.50.'  Cash Must Accommpany Orders.  A Large Range of Imported Woolens to  selecL from  J. B. Oressman....  ������SF-A\\\U\& Co.'s Old Stand.  F. McCarty, Revelstoke, B.C.  The Famous Crow's Nest Coal. -  ,,      ,_     1  "���������! Leave.your ordui's'Vtt my office on McKenzie Ave.  THE..  E. v.*. 11. PAGET, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, bandage, etc., to  nny part of the city.  To Liberat-i_.onservatives.  Toihoitoiv will In. tin. last ilny for  pPffistt-riiiK vnti'fs frn* tlie Pioviiici.il  11 nil Dominion uli'clions-.  Call nt omit at Ml*. Tuylor's cnni-  niiltcc iiKiin*- where lhe rufii.-li-r nf  viitcps is tn 1m������ SL't*n anil iii.-tk*. .snii- that  yir.il* name i.- nn llu*. n-irisliM*. Kvi-n if  yon have fillcil up a fun 11 of .ipplic-itii.il  taki." 11(1 ehunces hut .sue that, ynin*  voici- i*- st'ciued. Finina nf application  kept on hand.  Tin* fact lhat yon voted at" lhe  municipal elect ion**, does not out il lo  yo-.i to vote at the l'l oviinial ot* Iln-  iiiii-ion eluction--; the li*-Ls ai-e not lhe  same.  Eveiy man Iii-inf? :i Bi*ili.-.h Ruhjei l���������  m-liei'iiiniiiK r..i m-nli-scil. and who has  i-t>M(lc-*<l ftix iiinnth.s in tlie T'l-uvince, is  en tilled to vole.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All order*-* left at Tt. **(. Fmytho'-* Toh������cro  Store, or by Telephone No. 7__jJJCf will receive  piompt attention.  Mass Meeting  Of Electors will \i<i hoM in ihe Op*2ra   Ho;]?**  tomorrow evening.  -5AT-U R-D AV-v-APR-I L-21 st,-  PREMIER HON. JOS. MARTIN  Will address the r'leeior*- on tbe issues of the  Campaign.  Seats Reserved for Ladies.  Chair at Eight O'clock Sharp.  *, $'7.50 a ton, Delivered from the cars.   .  Terms:   CaMi nltli order.  Newly IJuilt. Nowly rurnishcd.  Lighted by Electricity.  $1.00 Per Day".  *ZZ1 ������    Tl"  Robt. Caley,  Proprietor.-  Best V.'ine*-*, Liquors and Cigar?.'  ____g_____r___aarr^ iu isBxesssxiaaaeAaaanaBssacBS  Ifeadquarters for Railway Men.  .-,.,..���������__���������..-. .,.__._���������������������������.._,_,,.���������. _.^^__r.  IS A WAUVfiL  Bfflf-All Ovense   Spots   Knsily  Taken   ont  of  Clothing <..  25,Cents..a "Bottle.  g%3F-?cu 'Window llisplav of I_v.u_(_ Cleaning  Helps. * *.      ���������.- -,     ;     -    .  FIELD & EEWS     :    :      Pharmacistr-  SHCOND STI.EET.  When yon reach Ferguson, B.C.,  Slop at the imm] . .  ^ Hotel Lardeau  J. T jLutfirroN, Proprietor.  He������t ?2.0() a day house in the Lardeau." Host  of enisiiic service.���������Finely, equipped bar.--  Choicest wines, liquors anil elRiirs.���������Headquarters for miners and minim*: men.���������Well  lighted and hcateil rooms, neatly furnished  P. H. TRUDGEON.  . KI/EOTRIOAL SUPPLIES.  ...OALL BULLS,  .. ANNUNCIATORS,  ..BATTERIES,  ..MEDICAL BATTERIES, Etc',..  ~~ : .COWAN BLOCK,'  If you 'want to 'get fat -  DRINK  LONG'S DUBLIN STOUT. AND ALE  RKCOMMKN'DKD HY    . ,*  , . *VBY THE MEDICAL I'ROl'BSSION .  Orders left with Mr. Paget. Rxpr'essman, or by*  mail,* will receive prompt intention;    ���������-_  Goods delivered free.  '������������������']. E.LONG, Revelstoke StationJ  YOUR  Now Is Ihe time to {.all and arrange'  for 11 Sl'KINii HUH* and an (H*Eltl:()AT  ���������Splendid line of suitiiijl_s, Newest  Fashion Plates, good workmanship. *_.  *..������. WILSON"  ca  Next the.McCatty Block.  'M-*^****-!****-!.*****':.***.!:***'  Larue and Well Lighted  Sample Room"   Heated by Hot Air and jr.lectric.  Hells and Light in every room  Free Hns I.feets All Trains  -Reasonable-Rates-: .^. ~-- ,. - - -   .- .  - -  ^^.SIOTET-j  VICTORIA^  JOHN V. PERKS, PuopjtiETOit.  TTiuht  Grill _<'���������)=! 'n (".nneetion for the Convenience of Guests  rionrlv street Car  Between Hotel and Station  I^������v������Dsih������llc������, loCo-  The   Premier   will    rereivc deputations between 11 a. m. and 1 p.m. Saturday.  The Conservative Candidate for Rossland  S|ienlsiii������ tn ;i HwiAl.n in.tn cin iii.-s  viiy tin finish in t h������ i-iiht. on iMmiil.iy.  Hon. Clui������. _ lackinlosli i-xiin-ssert his  ciinvii-tinii thnt thcCons-ei v itivi; pm-ly  would win t lit; fl^hf. in the i*fiiniiij_  provinci.-il election. Ho is* coitiiiiK nut  liim-clf ns 11 sli-.ii)flit. Con.-.ci'V-itiv**.  Mr. M.ukintoshdocs nol expect lo ������-i!e  ;i Dniiiininii j_;cni.|*:il i*li'(tioii I his  Miiniiii-i*. pei*li.*i|)-> not Ihi.s yen*. Imsiiif{  his opinion oil tliu very ucnsilile ii'.ison  thnt a huge iiimilivi* of the Qiicht'C  11HM11I1CTS will want lo visit. I lie J'.tiis  i-xhiliilion 31 nd Hint Sir Wilfrid  Lauiim* is not likely lo In ing on an  election while tlicy are away.  At I lie Conservative mass meeting  held in Chilliwiuk on Kalindny last,  in speakinj: of party lines. Sir Hilmert  Tupper said: "My foi-inci* i-Hiiinik.s  have been niisciinsltwil ; I i^luays  have lieen in favrii* of f-ti-.ii^lit. iinrly  lines, but thought in any const it iii-ncy  where the Liberal party predominated  so us to insure the eleUion of a Liberal  randidate over a Conservative eandi-  datc.'that the Liberal should not bu  opposed in order that, thero might he  no question about, the defeat of the  Martin candidate."  GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.  1-  Conservative  COMMITTEE ROOMS. .  ������3P->:0\V OfF.y IN- THK.  Oddfellows' Hall  All. Libera.l-Conservatives and Supporters of MR. THOS. TAYLOR  are invited to make use ol the  Rooms, vrhich -will be kept open  from 9 a. m. till 10:30 p. m.  GOD    SAVE    THE   QUEEN.  WANTED.  Private Hoarding House for a Lady.     P.ox 101,  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby jjiven lhat l.og Tags for  llxiO, pnre ?'2<.iich, mn now l,i������ obtained at the  City f'lorks' olliee. bogs must be tagged with  the new tag before the 80th in it.  C.   E. SHAW.  City Clerk,  lievclstokc, April 17th, 1!iW).  ���������Tickets for Ihe Huirow & Nash's  War Show on I he 2*>id and __2-tt.Ii aie  now on Sale at the C.inad.'i Drug and  JSiifik Co's. stoic.  ������^i>S������SX9������S>_J������_X^  SUBSCRIBE FOR THE HERALD  _-3������GX������5������������������3������������^^  *-WV*********-**************  1 fr  fr "A LOCAL rNDUSTRY'   t  fr  fr  .OF PUBLIC BENEFIT.  % THE REVELSTOKE  I STEAM LAUNDRY.  IS BOTH  ���������*>  fr  \.fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  Th(-> Pinprietoi* rc<[iir->ts your  patronage on the above facts.  First Cht5s Machinery and  First Cla-ss While Hi-lp. ensures I'ii'sl Class Work. A  tl ial order is solicifeil Troiil  outside points, or frotrt ir-si-  ilents nt Revelstoko who are  not already on our lint  patrons.  of  Geo S. Ho������ran |  Proprietor,  'O '  ^ TELRFTIONK NO. ���������!.').  fr  %************************+  Jas. I. W^oodrow  Ketnil Dealer 111���������'  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly filled.  ������[nK_s BBYBBSffOKB, B.G.  W E hereby notify the smoking  public that the Cigar Makers' Union  have resolved to permit members of  the Union to work in our Factory,  and UNION C1QAR MAKERS are  now at work with us.  THOS. LEE. P,oprietor.  .** We Reoair   -WATCHES  CLOCKS,  dud all kinds of Jewellery  If the   work   is  not satisfactory we  refund your money.  2. WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK *  and .stand by our guarantee.  Wc also carry a good, lino of Walohes   K*  and Jewellery,' which we di*.i*o.se of al  **i"   '** -'���������-- ���������{���������  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr   ���������_>_.  .5,  First Street, next door to HnitAi.noIllcc.  fr  fr . fr  *************************(.  moderate prices.  KM. ALLUM,  The I.eadinK  _Vi_iitehmaker_and Jeweler.  AGENT...  SMELTER'  TOWNSITE...  Notary Public.  Fire and Life Insurance Agent   FIRST STREET,  - Revelstoke  Pianos arid  Organs  "TUNED AND REPAIRED  LESSONS ON  THE VIOLIN....  For Term*-* Etc., npply to  Jas. Taylor,  UNION HOTEL.  Stock Can Now Be Seen.  We have the  Best  that Can   Be  Bought.  *     -      -  I Having the pick of the Jiest Canadian  i makes we have chosen those made hy  THE WELLAND VALE CO.',  DOMINION .       . S40  GARDEN CITY       .        .       S50  PERFECTION, .       .      S60  LADIES' OR GENTS'  We invito inspection or comparison.  ^JW. M_ Lawrence  !^F_RE;I^.SURAKCE-r^'-'-   -1 -  S   '     All elates of Insurable risks covered S  .Si . at fair an'd.cfinitnblc rates.    '      -X  I'. LIFE INSURANCE^. -.".., $  I'olieles���������non-forfeitiible,- uiinr-  M  ' nee,   .ii, -  1111 teed values, ca������h. loan vnluee  throu^hont the history  policy. .    -     *   , .  of the   rei  MONEY TO LOAN  y^  011 Hood lnisiness or residential  nroportv.  ., Sted.', FAYETTE BUKER,- I  PUBLIC NOTICE  1*  * Xolioe is hereby given to householders* th'it  all dry earth clnsew. must be cleaned, bv tlie  city scavenger iu aecordunce with the .H'oallh.  Bylaw.:    ���������   . ' ���������    ������������������      ���������  J. wTckoss,',  Health Officer.  NOTICE.. ,,.  Notice is hereby given to purchasers of loss  in Block'A," Town of Kevelstoke, otlu'rwi'O  known as the "Mara Townsite Property," that  all Instalments on account of purchase are to  bo paid to John 11. Sibbald, Mara Townsite  Agent, aud to 110 other person.  ,     J. A.MARA,  IS   THE -SUl'REMK   COURT   OK-BRITISH  *, - ..-. .-, - .COLUMHIA ��������� ���������  In the matter of Thomas Richardson, deceased,  and .  In the matter of tho "Oliicial Administrators"  Act." . *-  ���������   -    -  Dated ninth day of March, A.D., 1000.  Upon reading the nflida'vits or- Aleiaiidc-r  Mc.Uae, Waller Scott and lieorgo S. McC'arter,  it is ordered lhat James Ferguson Armstrong,  Ofllcial Administrator for the County Court  District of Kootenay, shall be Administrator of  all and singular the goods,chattels aud credits  of Thomas Jtichardson, decensed, and that this"  order be published ln the Revei.s.oke Heualc  newspaper for one month.  [Signed]    A.J. McCOLL,  H ard ware.  Tinware.  Stoves.  Telephone 36.  "P.O. Box 86.  Savage Bros.  Second Street  THE  Family Grocers  ...SAVAGE miOS. beg to inform the public  .. nnd their patrons that Ihey havo added a  ...choice line of FKKSII GROCERIES lo their  ...stock, and arc prepared to Fell et close  ... figures for cash.  All persons having claims against the abnvo  named deceased are required to send in particulars of thoir claims, dulv vcrilied, to J. F.  Armstrong, Fort ftocle, the Administrator,  within one month from this dato, after which  time the said administrator will proceed to  distribute the estate among those persons of  whoso claims ho shall then have notice and '  said administrator will not be responsible to  any creditor of whose claim Ve shall not have-,  had notice at the time of such distribution.  Dated this SHnrt day of March lSKIO.  GEO.S. McCARTER,  Solicitor for the Administrator.  1ST OTICE  We still handle  FEED AHD FARM PRODUCE  All Purchases delivered free of Charge.  Fresh supply of fish every mo.rning.  Careful attention.  Prompt delivery  _.  ���������:0F:���������  Judicial Sale of Property  ..in Revelstoke..  rursuant to an order of the Supreme Court  of British Columbia made In the matter of tho  " Judgments Act" and in the matter of an .  action in the CountyCourtof Kootenai*holden  at Revelstoke between Daniel Ro'bertsou,  plaintiff and Samuel Needham, defendant,  dated the JOth day of March, 100(1. there will be  offered for_*-alc with thc approval of the Registrar ot the County Court of Kootenay holden.  at Revelstoke, by Robert If. Mavnc, Auctioneer,  at the Court House, Kevelstoke, on thc 21st  day of April, 190U, at two o'clock in the after-*  noon, all the Interesls of the defendant,  Samuel-Needhain, in all and singular, that  certain parcel or tract'of land situate in tho  City, of Revelstoke, British Columbia, described as I>otr_.*umber Five, in Block Numbrr  Sixteen, In the Government Townsite of  Revelstoke, according to a-.plan thercol  approved and confirmed at Ottawa by Edouard  Dcvillc, Surveyor General of Dominion Lands,  subject to a mortgage thereon for t,otX) anil  interest In favor of tho Provincial Buildlii*.  and Loan Association of Toronto, registered  on June Sth, 1899, in charge Book 15, Folio 133S,  in the Land Registry office at Victoria. The  satd hale will be- made to satisfy a judgment  obtained by said plaintiff against thc defendant for $111.20 and subsequent costs taxed and  add_<l to said judgment amounting to $34.96  end thc costs of and incidental to mid sale  The said jndgment was registered on llie 2Gth  July, 1899, and on the Oth March, ISOO, On the  property is a frame dwelling kulii Ui be In good  repair. Terms and condition"! may be ascertained on application to Geo. S. McCartcr,  Solicitor for plaintiff, or to  FRED FUASER,  Registrar of the County Court of Kootenav.  ������_....   holder: fct Revelstoke.  Dated this _tb dhy^e .���������* nril, lWo.    Ap. r,-  ���������."    '��������� '���������y-o'.'t . ,  m  '\Sl  ^  -Un-**

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