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 ������ x,y(<y f'  .<������?  _a  -ISSTJED   TWIOB-A-WEEK ��������� TTJES3DA.1TS   A-ZCsTX)   D^ZR.!!. _A/Z"S-  11  .' ;s  v  A.  I  Vol. IV.    No.  30.  REVEL3TOKE.B. C. SATURDAY,   APRIL 14, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  GO  Gen.  Gatacre, Ordered Home to  England.  ������g>r������,^._^.->������)g*>������,������.lft_^������._r>^  *������&*!H^*IW&.&^.������WM^>������&&J������*J>H,  GEN. BULLER STARTS AGAIN  +*srcnsas������&������i  <������i\  Di  re  per cent.  iscount ���������  *   *      * ' 1* i  We arc clearing out our en,*  tiro stock of Carpels and  offering ihoiu at thc above  discount.    You    cm  ,inako  vonv selection from Brussels,  Tfepc .tries,- All Wool*, ��������� and  Union,..      ���������_  Money saved is money made  This is a great  scheme   to  ihakes mi'.."    - ,    ,.  Tlio.se wanting to purchase a  Carpet liad'bo; ter inspect our  stock   before   buying   elsewhere.  ir  ens  Child  Boots and .Shoes  Just n]H'i_.n.; -0I> in'.Iro���������  Am i������e ^i'U want-  Any hum >ni: want.  Groceries  If vou want nice t_oo*ls at njrl.t prU'VQ,  CoflC  *l I Hi   M'������    OUT    rtleuk    IllUl   g������t    OUT  quotutiuiib.  . FISH.   "  Tor  tha Irntcu'^aton   ne  havo just  rt'i*olved a nil c Hue (.>_ Ilsli.  LABRADOR HERRING.  '-EOD^FISH.^^   --". .,. . , .  CROSS & BLACKWELL'S     '  KIPPERED HERRINGS in tins  CURED MACKEREL.  OLD   COUNTRY   SMOKED  HERRING.- -   .    :  ;.  We are giving  Special attention to  Teas  and  Coffees.  Anil have the bent tliut money ir.n buy  HAM 7...!..', us 11 paoksg . tea, has no  equal in the cily.  Yon can get It no  City.  wlicro else  in  the  WE  HAVE  THE  SOLE  AGENCY.  Fighting Ner.r Elandslaagte, But No  Particulars As to the Result.��������� Mafek-  . ing Still Holds Out.���������Tlie Men ot the  Hour and their Movements.���������Fifty  Niore Troopers for Strathcona's Horse.  I3i.0i*:mi."onti*:in, April II.���������General  Gatacre is. iiliotil to return to England.  Ai.iwai. NoltTli, April 10.���������Tlio  British loss in tin* tight. yi*sti!i*(liiy nl  \Vcipt*iici" was 11 killi'il and U wounded.  Fighting mis resumed early this  morning. Tlio Biilit.li mo holding  theii' own. A Ial er despalch says theie  it- no further news fi-oin YVepenci. It  is loo cloudy to um������ 1,1k; heliograph,  hut the British troops are arriving at  Wepener.  l.i������'l)ON, April 11.��������� Lord Roberts  wiies yesterday's date Unit the enemy  li.-ivu been active during llu*. liibt few  iliiy.s. Wo iiitlii.lt.il serious lo.rf on tin*  Boers yesterday.  London. Ain-il 11.���������It is bolii'vod  here that Lord Robert, hits sent Gon.  Gat acre huiiii*, having nu conlidence in  linn.  .Ottawa, Apiil II.��������� Lord Slihth conn  hns, I'liUoO tot* lifry more troopers foi"  service in South Africa. Thoy will lie  hold in reserve in (ill viiciuit iob ns may  iici'tii' lhi*ni|..h ilo.ith orot lierwise. Tlio  men lot this U'oOi'Vii are Ui he "selected  from llu' west.  IjABYsmith, Apiil 10.���������(evening)--  fitclittiij.; i-> =���������!.ill going on at. Klaiids-  l.ia gto. Tho Boors huiiiliiii'ili'il for  linee lictti i* _. fi (im three points and  were unnble to iiink" iitiy 'lii'inlwny.  Quite ii number ol British casualliia.  Tin* enemy's lo-,s unknown. . '   *   ,  I'ltK'niKiA, April 10.���������It is repentt>d  lipio'lli.tt Baden Powell, th'c British  ciiiiiiiiiiiidi'i' nl Mafeking. i-Hlead.  I'miToniA.-.-Apiil - 10.���������The _ latest  uewi from tin: fund notes t,h'.'il fighting:  i milium** at jil.indslaaglo.-'N.ital' and  rX'ivot. ilorp. No particulars liavc  vol lioi'ii received.  ALIffAt Noiith, April 10.���������An en*  paui-mcnl Kink plate nl, Wep"ner  yo-tortlny. Tho li(;litiiip. 'win. ipiilo  iionvy nnd \\as ronowud l his imu-ii:t._i.  Tlirou Boor eniiiiii.'iiiiln*. mo. nltiiekin^  tho town.'.This litthliiif. wns .wviii>  mill l.*ibt oil all d.iy lonu;. Tho ���������Boers  loooivoil ' a I'li'ook. Tho i*.is.i:ililios.  woro. lioavy on hoth sides. 15oiiifnro(*-  niont^ nn* hoiiiif Inn l'ioil lo luilh tin*  ci.inli.. I ants.  PlETKitMAif.Tzniili"., April 10���������  Ho.ivy iMinioiiMiliiii; -.'Diiiiimiicoil this  tiioi.iir.-_; in tho vicinity of KlinuU-  ���������lani-lo. '     " ���������  LON130N",*,April ���������II);-���������A.yinyRforinn*,  movcirioniont. ol' ti*(mp . ,i**' pviicet'dinn  fiom ^ B'ocinfoiitoin. No news is.  allowod iti lo.ik tliriinprli. It is lipliov-  oil that Itolieris ivill m.iko an oirm-t  to cut oif tlii������ i.iidin;. Hoovs.' lotroat  wl'.on thu ptirstiiiij*; British oolniim.  slmt in!.. ./...._  MnfokinR" advices slato that, tlio  biu^hou- had n fi>.ht wilh soint* K.ifiiis  who were pass-iiifr thrmiyh theii* linos,  Uillinc. ll'of.tlioin.  Bui.UVAYO. Apiil o. ��������� Phiinnioi*  ona;i^od tin* Boris hot ween B.inialhla-  li._L.itn. and iM.il'okinu on March Ml. The  f'������"i...*rtri_inoiit Jm-lod Ihroo honi s. Gon.  Plnmnioi'\vn* .ihlicoil in wilh draw lo  prevent hoitif. on' llniikod. as I he. Boors  woro. in 1 nvio at. threo points. The  I-fii-id followed In I ii pl.iy a ml lift or n  still iii;lif llioy tt"it into canip safoly.  Tho Uikish losses weio 3 oflioers mid  7 mon killed, II oflioers and il men  \\niindcii._ll missing. * The Boer loss is  believed lo he crenlor. ' '  ��������� Il^is I'i'piii'li'tl that Moihuen's nd-  vant-o' gnaid has left *Vrvhurj.t for  Miifi*kiii|j.. *  Al..WAI_ Noktii, April 11.���������Lord  Kitulienov arrived hero to-day .-ind  loft, soon aft er. >-��������� *  A Boor hifi irim was Ur.ockod o\or  voslord.iy at Wopener. The. n;.irriso"ii  !������������������ li'ildhii; its own. Thore'.h.is hoon  heavy .*aiinoiiiKliti_; tln-i'O a*.ain tod*.y.  ^Er.J\xiiBU\ATi^Api'il 11. The' Boor  position extends ovev'fnliy lo-tnilos on  n continuous row nf riili.es from Jones  kop lo Sniid'iys,l.ivot* hiid-^o. The  Bi'ilisli aro still in eoiiiinaiid of Sundays I.ivoi- hridi'e. ���������   ���������  PuiSTOlUA, Apiil 11.���������Advices from  Vv'i'Viener. wheie tl.e Biitish^me  snriotmded,* . pyi that the (is.lu still  contiiiuos. A lop'irt. fiom the. Boer  heaclqnarlei's in Natal.says that, llie  Brit ith arc rot irin;. I owards Liidysmit li  and the Boers are uoitipyiiiR llioirold  \iositi*'ms.  London. Apiil 12.���������Gon, Br.thant is  at. Aliwill North and only.a portion of  liN colninn is at Wopener.  - BitKT.TOw.v. Cape Colony, April 12  ���������A l*oItunn of Hoops commanded hy  Col. Di;niy, of t'ho ' lloyal Canadian  Artillovv,"consislinn of Cniiiiclinii ami  __ nsti-'ilian troops, arrived here llti-5  liiorniiiK.  Advi.es*from De Aar Siding says  tli.it, tin* Boors aie ciiti'i'iichinir lheir  position at Hi'midford. while it ���������.Iron'.'  Foi'to still holds Ihe-.WalcrV al Drill  w.ilerwoiks.  Lonuo.n*. April 12.���������Tho report of  tin* Ucnlh of Gull Biuleii-iAuvoll is slill  ntioonlirined.  Au.-i -KonTIi, -April 12.���������The  Uiilotiial tmops aie still hnidiii). their  own splendidly at Wepenor. , Cinon-  iiiidinK was leaiunwl this niorninp*.  'L'i'.e. Biior iitlnck"- yooloul.-iy w.-us not  serious.   They are  short of nun. uni-  LondON, April 13.���������Si* Alfred Mil-  nor. speakinu, at Capetown \e=toid.iy.  s.-;J: "The BiUish will no lonper  tiilerale dissimilar and antagonistic  political systems in it uountiy which  n.-iliire and- history have declined :lo  ho ono." In those*resolute lUU'innres  he speaks for Impel ial j;ovorniiie.'it. '  It. i������ calculatoil. that Lord Kolioits  now has 21*1,000 elTective lroop= -.villi  12.0l'0 more men under nidois.  Tho latest news is that Col. D.-ilssaty ������  f.irce occupies a position outside  Wopener, while the Uonxvillo loin-  iiniudo oeeupies the town itielf. Tne  inosstire Ih'eio should be relieved  within the next.SI hours.  At-lWAl. North, April 12.���������News  rioiuBoer suurcos at Wepenor says  ihnt font* Boor rmiis have boon dts-  ii'olod and four commandants killed or  wounded.  - On Tuesday uij^ht the British iniiile  tv sortie,- lapturiu-j; a Boer gun and  ,.p.Viiig symo. prisoners.  j *S������S������QD������S)SX5)SXsXSXi-^^  Anil Balmy April breezes, delicate -wild flowers, aiul tbe sweet verdure of Spring1!, best  inontba ahead of us. We have donned our Spring Gain Trim uhi. id of nature. Every  week, every day for co-re time past new good, have been arriving to lie speedily  spread out to your view, and now the store is decked in all the beauties and noveHios  that the most skilled inimuiacturers of the world, and the erratic fashion makers,  whose word is. law, have devised for your service and fidon.m.nt. Every department  has its. quota of Fresh Goods, and you will find us just as willing to show you anything* that may interest, you as "sve are here t') sell, bo eome nnd enjoy the siuht of till  Fashions, latest caprices for home nae and personal "wear even if you're not going to  purchase.  LADIES' FINE TAILOR MADe13UITS  We cannot help being enthusiastic about Cloaks for we never had such a worthy  collection uf Spring garments as we are showing now���������not a weak p.-int in the entire  collection so fur as we know and every garment thoroughly adapled to the wants of  RcvelstoKp women You can judue the whole ttoek by our Tailor-Made Suiis and  these three items will represent them: i )  THE FISH RIVER GAP/IP      THEWEPENER GARRISON  T,aiV.o,'. Home Spun Olnlh  Suit--in now shades of liln'i*  .lackct-, lined with colored  K.iteeli; now skirt lined wilh  [Vroaline aiul hound with .  V'lvetiv'n ��������� .".'....SI.  50  Ladies'" New Eaton Suits  in Home, pun Cloth in tfrey  and fawn; tiox pleated skirt  lined with poroaline and  hound with vol vol eon. Sl-100  Ladies'Stylish Lis?htFiiHinE-  H'uils, inndi" of'.fine all-wool  -Sol e;o. in lilacU; Jacket lined  wjth T.iH.-tta Silk." pleated  skirt, lined wilh percaline  and hound wilh velveteen..   $22.30  We are prepared to do something extra iii Dress Goods-for you today and Monday.    We  a-e going to introducp you to sofne clearing lots,.   They  are th������   liroken   assortments',  of niany'line*-that.liave beeirselling very   quickly   this  while   back- and -now 'must  uiiderff'o.a quick clearance.-0 This low price will* do it.    lie ou hand early if you wish  any of thesi  goods.  UNDERWEAR.  We want .hiR   Undpiwear  B������Hin<. on   Monday and are doiiiR what we can to get it.  You'll he the gainer if yi.ni participate in these,nlTei-iugs for the day:  Ladies' Skirts, fine cotton, one cluster tucks*, deep frill,  embroidery.    Regular.price $1.50; one day price   Ladies' Drawers. Rood heavy cotton, trimmed with liioo.  .P������,"--*V * :   Ladies'Gowns, heavy  totlon. Mother  Huhh.ird Yoke,  ^liroidery-around neck and around centre piece.    Hernial  finished with tucks and frill of   $1 00  lieS.ilar price 60c,  ono  1  chiller  lucks,   frill ol  price $1; for one day at..  day  .���������.5,-ic  ein-  ,7."ic  Corset, i overs, pood heavy cotton, well mado. and* trimmed' wilh embroidery.   Ilegular  price ���������. 0c: for one day at,..'  .....'.... 25c  STOC KOP GHILDRENBHEAD'W-EAR  y * ���������"- - **     . *  We wonder if th<*ri. is anywhere another Midi colhvctioti of (Children's Head wear as we have.    Nothing like it  "in Ili'veKtoke.    AVhat lnake*? thin slock more, charming is the  fact  that  many  of  lhe Novelty  Hats  and  - Bonnets are.only I wo or three of .1 kind, giving the little lots exclusive Headgear���������a privilege, highly approci-  ' at ed liy" fond inoi hers.   "'...  r All the newest, Spring slyles aro here a .'a inalter of oourso. inolniling the. o*_test stylos;in,Silk Honnots and  Cap'*. ��������� Wociiuuot hi'gin to do. crihe-all the slyles. hul no mother will euro to miss this liil . collection of Headgear iind uoiv i-s the host, time lo soo it because all the newest novelties are on view,   hut  many  likelv he picked np hy eager buyers in a few days.  Likely to Be Several Shippers in This  District Next Season.���������Millions Ready  to Develop the Camp.  Mr. II. O. MeClyiuont, M. E., speaking thu other day of the Lardeau  cotintiy, i-aid: "-Undoubtedly one of  tho coining mining camps in West  Koolenay this suinmer will he Fish  Creek, beginning at Comaplix and  Thomson's, Landing anil ending wilh  C.unboi ne. Now that the Canadian  Pacilic Uailway has arranged to build  Ihe long tiilked-of road from Trout  Lake to Fish Creek, many nrouiisiug  groups of claims me likely to he  extensively developed by outside  capital. liiMiienti.il lepresenlalives of  American, Canadian and Urilish capital have already .(.cured over 30 claim-  situated On well known main leads on  fool, Lexington and Fish Clocks. *nul  as I ho money (a sine .(ini'iion for  successful mining) behind these  syndicates is right up to millions,  tliKi'i; are likely to be seven. 1 shippers  in Ihe unithwest Lardeau next year.  The Kvn group, now being taken  hold ol hy a liutte. syndicate, ttl'ler  sis months active development work,  has proved that the high gold values  found on the surface go down. The  vein is of quartz between slide wall-,  and any piece of qnai lz laken from lhe  vein (which aveiagos five foot), goes all  the way from !;20 to $000. ..,'i'he  properties adjoining the Eva on the  same lead, are heing sought uTter at  good prices. The group lies between  Fish and Lexington Creeks.'and is one  of t.he most l econt finds in the muni t y.  Many more such discoveries are likely  when more of the almost innumerable  ledges have boen mure carefully prospected by men now lo tho disiriel.  especially in view of an early tpiing  ami summer.  One London mining man spent eight  days on Pool and Lexington Cieeks,  which resulted in his buying four  groups of claims" for pail.cash and  pari stock.- Great things lire hoped  liom the' whole four groups, as hi*.  principals aro not among those would-  ta* mini* owouers. who expect to have  n mine on spending a Couple of thousand dollars on it in work.    " .   .  .The fact of several shrewd Butte  mon buying heavily into I hut district  is a fairly good augury ���������of the po.si-  liililies of the camp.  One r-inarkable and unusual feature  about tho Lexington ledges i.. that, in  every inse where uny depth has heen  attained the gold and silver values  have, both, greatly, increased.. Thc*  Lardeau Q'lio'eti is a" ciiie in point. The  surface values showed bul 80 cents in  gold and !10 ounces in silver, whiNt  now at 60 feet, the galena ore carries  $10 in gold anil- 04 -ounces in silver,  wilh a coriespoiidingly lower value in  lead*.' Oh the lowosl-lVing .ledge, considerable giey copper iiiid' copper  pyrites aro met, but the highest values  iii silver have btion found on t.he extensions of the centre L.iideau Queen  vein under the iron clipping.  On' the . side ' of Fish Creek  on Scott Creek. Montreal people own  several promi.-ing prop'orliei. amongst'  wliich the Lost Cup stands n"u. conspicuously. The foi illation is comprised  ol sl.iteaud schist, and the veins are of  qKurtz carrying gold, silver and copper  in highly paying quantities. ' The last  named property and othois on Scolt  Creek are ut a corr'espundiiii*ly low  altitude, arid.besides having unlimited  supplies of good liniber'and water 'will'  he within easy distance of transportation on-the early advent of the new  Canadian Pacilic Road.  Maki  a Plucky Fight and Hold  Out  THE   ENEMY  IS   CHECKED'  Lord Roberts is Now in a Position to  Make a Scoop.���������The" Troops in Good-  Health and tha Weather Perfect-  Col. Dalgety's Gallant Band Hold  Their Own Against Big: Odds.  J.O.VDOS, 0:lo p. m.���������The Wat* oflice  hsiii received the fojlowing despatch  from Lord Roberts Bloemfontein,',  April 13. " The enemies movements  south have heen checked. Wepener-  is still .m-rouuded hut the lillle. ���������  garrison is holding out, well. Troops  are being moved lo thoir at.islanco.  The health of the troops is good and  lhe climate is perfection.  Bl.O.MKi.NTEl.v, April W.���������Accounts*  received her*.* of the righting of the *  troops under Colonel Dalgety at  Wepenor show that, the Boers attacked,  them vigorously but were lepulst-d  with grout loss. The Boors subsequently relinquished the uct.ick and it U  said here Ihey are returning norlh  ward. , - .  ,  London Apiil 11.���������There is' nothing  whatever to cause unea--ine������s us.it  will bo. seen'that.the Boers are just,  where we want them. "In a word we.. -  are-all right" says a. Bloemfontein,  diip.itcli.  ..,-,������. '  Loid " Roberts' says (he forward"  movement of the   Biiers is checked,  Belief is on the way to  Weporier.  The Ivosoi ve Companies of several;  infantry hattallions has boon called'  out iorSonih.Africa.  Col. Dalgety s forces at, Juininersberg   .  have     boon     snriounded . >by     some_  thousands of Boers since Monday   but'  'nave aud ale capable of repulsing any  Uta'cka.  MACXiHTOSH THE CHOICE.  Conservatives of   the'  Rossland   Riding.  Unanimously Favor the  Ex-Governor..  The    Conservative  convention . for������  Ko-=ilaniV.   riding   met   Tue.-day   and-  amid ill-"civilest   enthusiasm   nominated Mr. C. H. Mackintosh, ex-M.   P.  forOltawaand lalelyL:cutout-Govern-,  or of. the   jN'oi tbwest  Teiiilories.   ������9'.  their   candidate   for   the   legislature.*.'.  The nomination' wiis.hy  acclamation.' "  as there seemed to he" uo   member   of *,  the .Conservative   pally  who desired >-"_  to rival.hiiu for the  place.     The ron-'..  vention   was   made .up   of   delegate. ;  from tbe Boundary towns 'and   Ross-." *���������  land, and   Tiail. .- A - well   attended-  ratification meeting \vas held Tuesday.- -  evening. -Theprincip.il  speaker   was '  Mr-.   Mackintosh., who   nroinised   if.,  elected   lo .do   all   that   he   could   lo.  develop and put on   a   better   footing-,  than at present the  milling   interesti*l~  of the coimtrv.   ...  CONSERVATIVES IH -LIME-"  thoin will  One Bay  -.   Silk Selling  Gloves Special  for Women  Wednesday  I-  A 'MILLINERY HINT;  Only a few short days before Easter and countless new  Hat. are to bu oidved, tried on miH sent hmne in their  trim .band' boxes between now and then'. ' Don't put oft  de.id-.rig-u-ntil the vtish is so great that, we can't "give  ���������you plenty of time and nttentioh". You'il apiuvciute*  the wisdom" of making a choice at om'e if .-you stop and  ' think about it, and it* you come and see the magnificent  showiri-j; of Pattern Hats, Trimmed Hats. FJowers and  infinite other varieties nf other Fancy Materials ready  for you choice here, you'll n������*t have .any ddH-'iiity in  seteetii'S iu*-t the stvle and iu t the '-rice that :-uits ��������� lint  every day counts now, so don't delay.  W.tl Place Straight Party Candidates   in  the Field.  Tho Victoria City l.,iiicral-Oon������er-  valive Association . loudn'y night,  decided lo adopt Federal part lines in  the approaching Provincial conte.il,  and a convention of the patty will be  held two weeks floin now - to select  the candidates who 115 Liberal-Couj-er-  vatives will seek election to the new  parliament of Brilif-b Columbia. After  loiij_r consideration of the Mitiject fiom  every, .landpoint,* the decision for  pnily lilies was arrived at. Fifteen  minute speeches were the order of the  i,vi'iiin^i==-iwtr.d-^souie-li^tell_'-tU._pjUi>l_  lull.** or. the politics of the hour, the  peculiarities' arid lhe' dainieis of the  situation were f<iveii,hv .Mr. Cas.idv,  Mr. Turner, "Mr. Bely"ea. ���������'Mr. Miller.  Mr. Ker and others, including "the  chairman and picsidi'iit of thu as-Miei-  iilion. Mr. II. O. Helmc'kcn. Dorini;  lhe. comse of the puiceedm^s very  em ourai*;iiiK reports weie pre.-ented  from all p.-nts of the province���������reports-  which indicated Unit with* an'allowance of all in any wify donbiful con  sliluencies to the eni'iny. a Conservative government will be i*nli usicd  wilh the iiianaHemi'iit of British  Columbia atTairs m> . oon as liie people  have an opportunity of rendering  their verdict with a majority of at the  very least eight, seals.  HOW THEY SETTLED  CBGNJE  . THE C08SERVATIVE:PARTY_  /  They Will Win   Every   Province   Next-  Election but Quebec."....  Montreal. April 10.���������A rally of the  Conservative parly for the'district   of  MnriYiViil h;*i?"beei'i called for Thursday  April 12. under the personal'direction"  of Sir Charles Tupper.     A'proniinent  nienibei-'lf that jiarty.today said   thatj  the Coiis-ervativi-s   cilcna'ei   to   win"  tbe next elections, by   a   majority   of  between twenty and twenty-five. ^  He also said that Ontario* might   ho--  counted on with a certainly, the lower  Provim es were not for   one   moment*,  donbiful, while in the. Norlh west, and j,,  Brili.li    Columbia   the  Liberals  were  thoroughly discredited.    As ,for  Que- ������������������  be.c,_ibey expected to carry . l\. enly'  seats out of sixty live. ...   . --I  ELEGT10H DAY SEL   v t.  Lieutenant-Governor "Mclniiis' Acts  on"  Advice From Ottawa"/   '  In accrrdancH   with   advice * from ;*  Ottawa the 1_ ii-ulensint-Onvcinor   has.  dis^iilvetl* the   house.     The   elections .  ^wil!"be-lield-on���������*Jiinc--0th.'^������_Noiiiinn.^>s  lion day will be May iGth.   The house  will-lneet Julv  .ib.  BOUK  ���������ZSS_DS������56������S)������S)S������<ji������S<!^  The   Canadians   Actuatly    Entered   the  First Trenches  I.OXIION". Mm ih 2(5���������A cuiri'.-pondenl  of the Daily News, miliiii; from Kim-  doosrand. where Oen. . 1 lector Macdonald led the movement nf the Highland Urijiaili' fiom .Magersfontein Jiftcr  Lord Itotiert.' in rival at the front.  ih'scrihi'S lhe surri'iidei*" of Ciopje a'<  P.iardebciv*;. He hiiy*-Ihu Hnyul Canadian I-i'ftuiiciit.. having been ordeicd  o approach the Boer laager, p;ot iiiml  vertently in lhe darkness within fiTty  yards of the enemy's position. The  Boers poured a t n uiendous fusilade  into the adyanciiiK Canadians. Lieut.  Col. Otici'.' deciding that it was as  dangerous to retire as advance, dashed  forward wiih-lhe men. who tumbled  pell-mell into the trenches outside the  mimosa bushes lininir lhe hank.  The Boor. piomplty evacuated them,  and iinles*- Ihey were able tn recarry  the tienches then* w;i*. notliin*^ to  save them, mid lhe misery of lhe ten  days' privations had ciraleiV a- strung  party in favor o'f suneinlcr to the  Tir'nNll. The situation brought ahihit  tiy the Cnnidians decided th" situation and at six o'clock h white H.iu  was sent from llu* Bnev laaiier to Loid  Roberts... Addreysine; the Canadians,  the Field Miicbhal coinpliiuented them  iu the highest terms. *  *   . ���������  The Maple Leaf Wearers. - ���������  The    Toronto   Evening- Telegram's _  London     lorrespotident     tables    the,  following:     A.   Cnnan   Doylt*    is   an',  aitich- iu the Friend of thc Free B.f-ite, .  the*   nciVspapec     established   by' the"  correspnndents at   Bloetnfnntein, des-a..  cribes lhe men of Gen. Sinilli-Dorricn'g*  hi'igadi*, in which i������  Uie lloyal  Cana.--/  di.iu legiment.   These men,'he says,,  are tallei; and  sturdier than* infantiy"  of-the line.   They .u*e j;i im. solid men, .  straight as poplar- and weai theinaple-  lfraf  upon   their shoulder straps, and.  thi* Iirilish brigade is glad  enough  lo ^  h.ive these maple leaves   hi-sidi*   llii'.in,/  for   lhe   C-madiaiis'are   the   men   of'  Paaiileberg.  A Strange Coincidence.  A-1 w-n*-  in   Ri'vel-loke   the   other,  day 1 dioppi-d in to the  most  fashion-.',  utile laili.it, to leave my ii-otiMire for a.;"  pair of w01 king pants as 1   had   hired'  out to a farmer to drive :i ynku of oxen  mid was .in need  of .something  .tiong*;  and durable.    Arriving  at   the'  farm  a week later I  Mailed   to   work.      In  going thiongh the held   one. day. llie*-".  plonkh   struck-a.   slump   splitting-it--  wide   open,   lhe   plough   and   uiyself'-  p.isM'd- right,   through.    Arriving" on",  the other side the stump closed   in on .  my new pant**..  Away went the oxen;--  Yes.away went your  pan Is 1 No Sir 1:  up came the   slump hy   lhe   roots.   I  nf ways    told   you   that   Wilson -the.  Tailor bad the   best  goods   iu   Revel-"  stoke. . *  A Toronto Opinion  *  Rrilish  Columbia,  tvill  get nothing  bul a few post-offices ;������nd Governinenb  job������: at Ottasva so long "as the people of  thai, province  rely on   weak   and   in-  elTect.ial   repre-eiilatives like  Hewitt  Bostock.   M. P..  "A   wealth   of money  aud a still   grea'lei   affluent*, of- rooiI ���������  intent ions   hare   not   pi evented   Mr.  Bo.-t.nck.  .front ..degpneratin*?-* into   s.^  paitisKn'Of -th<? most lihjeetr und'sei1***  vile type.���������Toronto T*legrainv     : . .  ~-.il-. miWiM*''  l-w-h.���������;_****.#.������  g.-^-u, ,"/rriiijii  Revelstoke  Herald  Published In the Interests of  Revelstoke. Laredau, Big Bend, Trout  lAke. XUlcillew&et, Albert Canyon.  Jordan    Pass    aad    Eagle  Pass  Districts  fc_  JOHNSON    ���������   ���������    PROPRIETOR  A Semi���������Weekly Journal, published  ta tbe interests of , Revelstoke and  the surrounding district^, wednes-  Jpjs and Saturdays, tnakine closest  ssanections with all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads,  hu per Inch, single column, $2.00 per  fiSe when Inserted on title page.  E_Vl ads, 10c per Inch (nonparlel)  ������__. for Hrst Insertion: 5c for each  additional Insertion. Reading notices.  Ms per line each Issue. Birth, Mar-  da������e and Death notices, free.  Subscription Rates: By mall or  Barrier, .2 per annum; S1.25 for sis.  issnths. strictly In advance.  Our Job Department. THE HERAT.P  ��������� __-   Department  is  one  of  the Jgc������t  Snipped printing offices In West  ���������otenav, and la prepared to ������xecute  SB kinds of printing In first class  -trie at honest prices. One price to  aH. No job too large���������none too small  ���������Cor us. Mall orders promptly attended to. Give us a trial on your  ���������est   order.  _Po correspondents: Wo invite cor-  ���������espondence on any subject of Intor-  mt to the general public, and desire  ������ reliable correspondent in every locality suroundlng Revelstoke. Tn all  oases the bona fide name of tho  miter must accompany manuscript,  fat not necessarily for publication.  Address  all communications  REVELSTOKE   HERALD   o   Notice to  Correspondents  A CLEVER RU0B.  L All correspondence must be leg-  Mr written on one side of ihe paper  ���������Biy.  8. Correspondence containing per-  ssnal matter must be signed with tho  Draper name of the writer.  1 Correspondence with r.fcrince  _������ anything that has appeared tn another paper must first be nlT'.re.l for  Soblicatlon to that paper ehfore it  ������BJi  appear in THE HERAT.D  GRAND ARMY NOTES.  Orer 7,000 posts.  Members number more than 300,000.  New York has more members than any  dfcer state.  First post organized at Decatur, Ilia.,  oa April 11, 1SC0.  la 33 years tbe society haa had 25 com*  ���������Anders in chief.  Surgeon Stephenson and Captain  M_e_ps wrote tha ritual.  Stephen A. Hurlburt of Illinois was the  flrs. commander In chief.  First national encampment was held at  ���������ladiannpolis on Nov. 20, 18C6.  Georgia, Mississippi and -Louisiana  fc__.ro posts', but ther* are uone in South  Oarolinn.  General Grant became it member .oa  May 10, lSTT.jolnlns Meade post of Phil-  ������4_.phi."i.  Chaplain W. J. Rutledge nnd*Surgeon  Stephenson of the Fourteenth Illinois  V%ce the oritteator. ot the idea.  TOWN TOPICS.  "A scheme Is on foot to lengthen the  Chicago river. It has already reached its  tsfiximum thickness.���������Toledo Blade.  That monument to the British soldiers  (to fell at Bunker Hill will be erected  B/hen tbe British sparrows sign a formal  ���������atract to exterminate thc caterpillars.  St other words, never.���������Boston Herald.  Boston may aa well choke down the  temp in -her throat and go on with her  Sparrow killing. Her pole is not long  ^ou gh thi a jc*r to knock down the base-  tall pennant persimmon.���������St. Louis Republic.  Cf it Is true that Laurence Hutton has  yecsuaded Mark Twain to take up hia  ������i>ode in Princeton, "N. J., on his return  tt America, it is a great blow to Hart-  (_Kil, which thus lose3 her most distill-  SlUhed citizen,���������Boston Herald.  One thousand bricks made by machine  take 13.5 minutes instead of 2 hours and  mw minutes when made by hand.  To make 100 gross of your suspender  festtons takes 11 hours and 9 minutes. It  Ned to take S3 hours and 10 minutes.  One thousand yards of brussels carpet  for your pallor now takes 200 hours to  Sretve.   It formerly took l'GSO hours.  A-thousand pounds of crackers take 18  tears and 87 minutes to make and bake  *T machine as against 105 hours by hand.  One thousand collar and cuff boxes that  tgofc 205 hours to make by hand are  SUtde in 63 hours and 45 minutes by ma-  4_lne.  With machinery It takes 8 hours and  __. minutes to make and bako 1,000 one  MMind loaves ot bread. By hand it take*  K hours.  ___> make and finish complete 100 pairs  ������_ mien's fin* calf welt shoas by machine  fekea 293 hours ' and 38 minute's.    By  ���������fcsad.--2.22o hours.^���������-������������������^=���������=^=   Tfc* S������a������el to ������ Hot Fight O-r.w ������  Sut-Iper'n Ticket.  "Talking 'bout scalpers' tickets," said  an old conductor, "the queerest thins I  know Iu that Hue happened when I was  working for the Missouri Pacific, back la  tho eighties. My run was between Kansas City ami St. Louis, and one morning  as I wim pulling out on my east bound  trip a fellow gave mo an old three day  excursion ticket that had expired at least  six months before. I told him It was no  good, and after considerable growling he  handed me somo small silver. , 'That will  carry me to ,' he said, naming a little  way station, 'and between times I'll  think it over.' 'Very well,' I roplted,  'but I give you notice right now that I  won't carry you a foot farther unless you  put up the money.'  "He made no answer aud began carefully studying his ticket. When we got to  thc station, I was by his side. 'Well,  sir,' I said, 'what do you intend to do 7*  'I intend to ride on this ticket,' he snarled. 'I've read tt over,-and lt!s perfectly  good.' 'I'm not going lo argue any more  about that,' said I.  OCEANS TO ORDER.  What Bnrlneers Propose to Do Wttk  the World's Deserts.  Few people realize how completely  of late years the surface aspect of this  weazened old globe of ours haa been altered and Improved, says tho London  -Intl.  The world of today, In fact, differs  from the world of our ancestors much  as a society lady, in all the glory of  fold and frill and furbelow, differs  from her savage sister running wild In  pestilential woods. As art has transformed the one, so lias It the other.  Only the "Mine. Rachael" who has  made the earth, If not exactly "beautl-  'You pay your fare j ful forever," at least a pleasant and  MATRON  AND MAID.  healthful place wherein to dwell. Is ne  charlatan with a drayload of cosmetics  | and a glib tougue, but a civil engineer  quick or get off.'   'Not unless you're the  best man,' said he, looking ugly.    Well,  I threw him off, but It was a tough" job.        ^ ^   ^^     ^  He fought liko a wildcat and came near j "*"*." '" A","'" _������������������ %,.-���������.,���������% n,__ .  licking both me and the brakeman.   The I ?wn,n������ nothing more harmful than a  station where thh happened was In the   te���������   mysterious   looking   instruments  heart of a wild moonshine district, aud \ ���������n<1 * measuring tape.  the crowd that collected all sympathised I    And the marvel or It all Is this���������that  with  the passenger.    As wo pulled out j what has been done Is but an infinite si-  they stoned the train.   I expected to bear   mal fraction of that which may and  from the fellow almost at once, but I  didn't, nnd the affair soon passed out of  my mind.  "Six months later I happened to be In  tbe general offices when, to my great  surprixe. 1 saw him coming out of the  manager's private room. 'Who Is that  man?' I asked a cleric. He laughed.  'Whv. don't you know himT" he said.  'He's  who had lately worked up the evidence  In a big train rubbery case in the very  neighborhood of tbo station where our  row had occurred.  "Then I understood. Vou see, he wanted some good excuse for going Into the  settlement, and there was oo better rote  than that of a poor man Just ejected  from a train by a brutal, conductor. He  had his scalper's-ticket-to show; he bad  just put up a grantee 4ight, and be claim  ed to be 'dead broke. All that appealed  to the natives, -and they -took him in at  once. Tbe result" was that be staid there  a month and picked up all the evidence  he wanted. It waa a shrewd scheme,  but I still think he made that scrap unnecessarily realistic." ��������� New Orleans  Times-Democrat.  doubtless will be done. Who can doubt,  for Instauce, that the great Sahara  desert, that mole upon thc world's face,  will one day be but a memory? It would  not be a very difficult'matter to convert It Into one again.  A  canal  60  miles  long,  connecting  with the Atlantic the vast depression  and  he   named  a detective j which runs close up to the coast nearly  _..__ .._ _._._      ._..___.   mm^^y   between  tho  twentieth  and  thirtieth parallels of latitude, would do  the business beautifully. The water  would not. of course, cover the entire  surface of the desert. Here and there  are portions lying above sea level.  These would become the Islands of tha  new Sahara ocean.  What would be the results that would  ensue upon this stupendous transformation? Some would be good and some  bad. Among the latter may. be mentioned the probable "destruction of the  vineyards of southern Europe, which  depend for their existence upon the  warm, dry wluds from the great African desert.  As some compensation for this, however, the mercantile marines of the nations affected would be enabled to gain  Immediate and easy access to vast  regions'now given over to barbarism,  and a series of more or less flourishing  seaport towns would' spring up all  nlong the southern borders of Morocco  and Algeria, where the western watershed of the Nile sinks Into the desert,  and on the northern frontier of tho  Kongo Fret* State.  In a similar manner tbe greater portion of the central Australian desert,  covering an area of fully 1,000,000  square miles, might be flooded. The  Island continent would then be reconverted Into a gigantic atoll and would  resemble roughly an oval dish, of  which the depressed: central portion  i would be covered with water and only  HORSE FOOLED THE OFFICER.  He Made Up nis Mind That He Host  * Pintail Ilia "Spree."  On a recent evening.during a driving  rainstorm a telephone message was received at tlie Walnut Hills police station stating that a runaway horse" attach-  ���������d to a spring wagon had been stopped  bj some boys nn* Mil. street.  " "Who-understands horses?" asked the  sergeant of the second relief that had  just entered tbe station house.  "I do." answered Ollicer Horstmeyer,  and he was detailed to go over and drive  the burst* to a livery stable, where it  would Ih* kept until turned over to Its  owner. Cpon arriving ou May street  Horstmeyer found the horse, a wild  eyed brute, held firmly hy the bridle bits  Miss Mercedes dc T_aski, one of the latest London debutantes, is 6 feet 3 Inches  hi height.  Thc Baroness Burdett-Coutts is said to  be worth about $4,000,000, and her Income is set down as being close upon  (2,500 a day.  Mme.'de Stael, the most brilliant woman of her time, endeavored to reconcile  England and France, and because of ht*  political influence wns exiled from Paris  by Napoleon.  Mrs. Primm, widow of Judge Priinm,  is still alive at thc age ot 84. She is the  grandchild of Aniuble Guion, the first  white child born in St. Louis, and remembers when English was an extra  study in the schools of that city.  Mrs. Mary S. Wilson, who recently celebrated her ninety-first birthday at Oyster Bay, oa Long Island, Is living in a  house which is ucarly 300 years old,-and  on the porch of which George Washington shook hands with the people of the  town.  Devona Burklln is the new queen ot  the gypsies. She was crowned at Lancaster, Pa. The queen was bora In  Egypt, and her father, who Is 92 years oS  age, boasts that none of their family for  seven generations has ever slept In a  house.  Helen Gould has given Maury Sutton  of Baltimore a law scholarship, which  Includes books aud board In the University of New York. Mr. Sutton, who served In the Cuban war, attracted Miss  Gould's favorable attention when in tue  hospital at Montauk l'oint  Mrs. Clara E. Wright of San Francisco  started the Bampart City Whirlpool In  the Klondike last January, and it has  proved to be a great success. It is issued  once a month and sells at (1 a copy. It  is not printed, but is typewritten by Mrs.  Wright and her daughter, and is well  filled with good paying "ads."  One of the most interesting women lo  South Africa is Miss Alice Rhodes, sister  of Cecil Rhodes. She has a beautiful  country seat near Cape Town, which she  has named Groot Schur, and has tn her  aoolbgical garden nearly every wild animal native in South Africa. Miss Rhodes  is said to be an authority on politics and  statecraft. She is pronounced as masculine in appearance.  Miss.Perceval of Ealing, the youngest  but one of the* 12 children of the Right  Hon. Spencer Perceval, .the English  "prime minister who was assassinated in'  the lobby of the house of commons in the  early part of the century, entered upon  her ninety-fifth year on Aug. 27 last. She  still continues to show a keen interest in  all around her and retains a vivid recollection of the tragedy of her childhood.  MATRON  AND MAID.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  #j������-ft4������#4f^4M^&_������iMfe  INCORPORATED 16TO  t  by two boys.    There was no seat in the  wagon aud nothing but an old soap box  upon which to sit. Clambering Id- Hon* j iV'Wm" tatabited.  meyer gave the boys orders to let go the ���������  bridle, and in a second the horse's hoofs  began   beating  a  violent   tattoo  on   tht  bottom of the wagon. Rending tbe soap.  box in  thr air and  jarring the officer's  spine with each coneuxsiou.    Tliis lusted  for two or three minutes, when suddenly  the  horse started  mid   ran   like  a   blue  Steam shear, cut Into lengths the steel  4p. 50 buggy axles in 30 minutes. The  Macksmiih without machinery did well  ft do the job in 13 hours and 40 urinates.  - Cour coffin, If /ou are content with a  ftaln one, can be mads complete In 3  hsura and 5C minute* by machine as compared with S hours and 23 minutes, the  -Ubm It would take by h������nd.  O  Cinen was  the flr3t fabric *.*orn.  One year's sweeping, of the British  -saint  yields over  Tit* Proarrcaalve Dinner.  The new kind of progressive dinner  party In vogue among fashionable peo-  ' pie Is said to possess unlimited posslbil-  ! Itles. -The fad docs not confine Itself  { to the seclusion of private homes, but  streak down May stm*t. the policeman exploits itself at public hotels. The  clinging dr-iperntely to tlie lines South _ who,e , unceremoniously appear In  May street ends abruptly in a dump or |  fill, and Horstmeyer knew this and prny- j  ed fervently. Tbe end ot tbe street was  reached at last, and the horse,-with a  wild leap, went over, the wagon followed,  and in a second the animal, the wreck  of the wagon, the remains of the soap  box and Horstmeyer were mixed up in  an indiscriminate mass at thr bottom.  A half hour later a mud plastered individual limped up to the door of the Seventh" district station house, lending a  horse, on which bung the remains of ���������  harness, and carrying a horse blanket oa  one arm.  "Who Is thatr asked Sergeant Bart-  ley as he peered out through tbe rain.  "It's me���������Horstmeyer," answered the  officer.  a public dining room, arrayed In full  evening dress. Thc more consternation and surprise shown at their unusual appearance thc greater their fun.  After tha Blue Points have been disposed of tbe merry diners enter their  carriages and drive to another hotel,  where soup awaits them.  They partake of game at another  hostelry, and so on until tho cup of  black coffee and cigarette have been  finished amid the oriental surroundings of some restaurant���������Now York  Tribune.  "Cram. Ednentloa."  This term is used to describe a phe-  "Why," said  the  sergeant, "I thought ' uomencm which haa recently been under  you understood horses!" I Investigation at tha Yale psychological  "I  do." answered  Horstmeyer.    "But | laboratory. ExperimenU carriedon dur-  I think it's.a.low Germanr-Cincinnatl j ,rir u,e past year have shown that the  Enquirer.  .  "effects of practice on one side-"of-the  A Bis Cedar. body are transferred to the-other side.  The finest English elm iu New York j where there.haa been no practice.. For  city   Is  on  the   west"  side  of   Madison    Instance,  a   fencer,   practicing  lunges  -square.-Probably the choicest-tree-in-any���������wltb-a��������� foil-and-nstng^bnly-hls-rlght  of the New York city pinks is the cedar " baod   ga|ned fn two weeks 56 per cent  of-Lebanon in Prospect park.   It standi    ,, ^urac.  ,s aim.   At the skme Urns  on the meadow northeast of Lookout hill.    .,  ___   -  '   .    .       . .    ...   k._^  ,_.������  The height, about *0 feet, is reiiiiukiibl. , " was found that his left hand ha*  for this country, and it would bear no | ���������>������ ffa,I*'������-1 ������������ P������-r <*nt ot ������������-Ur������cy la  mean comparison to some of the famous , the same exerciae. although It bad haa  Ima Daisy Cook Is the' name of a  postmistress in Oklahoma. . .  Mrs." Mary. Pid'cock" of. Chester, Pa������  who is 84 years old, Is getting a thin  set of teeth.  Mme. Einlle Lonbet, the first lady of  France, is of peasant stock" and is a gentle, serious woman.  Mrs. Lowndes, wife of the Maryland  governor, claims that buttered bread Is a  sovereign cure for whooping cough.  Sarah Bernhardt's first application to  a theatrical manager was denied because  of the length and thinness of her neck.  Mrs. Edith Poycr, a resident of Woodstock, Ills., indulges in an odd fancy.  She keeps a. mouse farm for her own  amusement.  At thc Emporia (Kan.) State Normal  school one "of-the girls is known to her  chums as "Postscript." Her real name  is Adeline Moore.  Lady Henry Somerset conducts an industrial farm for the benefit of inebriate  women. It Is said that more thnn half  of last year's Inmates were cured.  Mrs. Phoebe R. Sturtevant of Jamaica  Plain, Mass., has agreed to furnish the  greater part of the money to build a  f 70,000 dormitory for girls at the Hebron  (Me.) academy.  It appears that Miss Enid Yandell is  net the only woman sculptor member of  th* National Sculpture society. In addition to "Miss Yandell; the society includes  Mrs. H. H. Kitson of Boston and Miss  Bessie Potter, who, like Miss Yandell.  now lives la New York. .  A great-granddaughter ef Betsy Boss,  who mad* the first American flag, is living in Washington. She is Mrs. South-  wick Guthrie. Mrs. Guthrie remembers  her great-grandmother, who died when  sho was a child of 5. Mrs. Ross was 00  at thc time of her death, but when she  made the first flag she was but 28 sad  quite girlish in appearance.  Carpets I  The display in our carpet  department this season far  exceeds in variety of design  anything previously shown by  us in Calgary. Our new  goods have been placed in  stock and include the following lines:  XX  Bru8.el.:Garpett  Tapestry Carpets  Velvet Carpet*  Napier Hatting*  Rugs and Hats  Linoleums  ���������    X     -'  The^ .  Revelstoke Herald  '..a.  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  Im th* leading aewayeyer mt  the great mining districts of  West Kootenay. it gtoen all  tho latest mining, UOagtap-  fcie and local news, writ ten np  la authentic. reltaM* aa������ fwt-  abla articles Oram um������  ' able Information.    It   ���������������_*&>  a largo circulation and to <  ewqnently   uneqoallef  w  adTsrtlalag   medium   la  field In which It Is  Subscription $2.00 Per Annum  $1.25 For Six Months,  Strictly in Advance,  It takes a foremost plftes In  tho raco for promtnsnes and  popularity with tartness  houses and as a consaijseneo  doss man basinets with  thaws rewiring printed stationery and ofllco supplies than  soy other printing   establish  ment tn Eastern British  ambls.    The class   af  turned out has been  eed equal to any thing *& tha  kind   executed   In   tho  cities   by much largsr  erles.  &1  A-  r&3  Job Printing Department  Our new stock of curtains  has also arrived and we are  now showing several very  pretty lines.  Hudson's Bay Stores  CALGARY.  and  are  :ind  age  "I  .5,0*0    in  gold  surer."  The ant hilla of South    Africa"  Stfnetimes  mounds   30   feet   high  WO  feet   in  circumference.  t������ a girl of 15 ehould give her  u 35, some woman would say:  Itaow she Is older than that."  A-Bt. Louis girl clftlm_ her auburn  {roues arc due to the fact that oho  haA scarlet fever and it settled Iu her  fc&lr.  Mr*.   Michael   Moloney, mother    of  i&hn   Moloney,    clerk    of the county  court. Peterboro, Is dead. She was S4  rears of age.  When a man takes the privilege of  looking around his home, his women  colks say that It is lo And something  ib grumble about.  ��������� There is no surer mark of the ah-  ������en_e of the highest moral and intel-  liVHual Qualities than a cold reception  ot excellence.���������Bailey.  When a woman fails to make money.  _./��������� managing a church entertainment  she regard!* with suspicion the man  _rho sold tickets at thc door.  lames Stewart and Co., of Pittsburg. Pa., will build the Connon.'  -tirndfeate elevator at Montreal.  -We have noticed that when a child  fe_LS a smart mother, it Is often quoted  a. saying smart things. In short,  fra believe mothers make up the  smart things credited to children.  It -is said that horso chestnuts are  valuable in ridding pot plants of  txxth worms. Grate a horse chestnut  obd-put with It nine timee Its bulk of  water, let stand overnight and strain;  tfaan water the plants with the liquid.  A British gunboat has rescued 12  natives of Madagascar, including one  grcman, who were shipwrecked on the  uciaHablted island of Europa, neat*  the" coasjt ,of -Madftgascar..  . ''JOwjitoral.'Watson ot the Yukon  ���������field"force and Captain Thorburn of  ftevson 'attempted suicide. Tho Int-  tw iv-ill die.  one* in Kpw gardens, London. tt li  claimed that th . ro is only ont* finer ct*dar  of Lebanon ia th��������� Halted Utatri. It ii oo  the Huntington Mtatp at Went Chester  and ii about SO Sett high. TUr_e tre_j  ara moit attractlr* ia thi. rarly uummer,  when tha old aud uetr coaea hang pendant tocethar. This tre������ dcx*. not coup ua- i  til it ia 4Uyeara old.���������New York Tribune.  no actual practice. So tha exertion ot  the* oiusclfs of the.right arm llkewls*  Increased th* strength of th* left arm.  Xiao Dlatlactlona.  Nica dtatlnctkiiu ar������ troublesome, tt is  in much enalrr to aaj that a thins ia  blnck than ta discriminate the pnrticiila.  ���������li'lile of brown, blue or grvpa to which it  reall; brlongs. It ia ao much coxier to  make up jour mind that jrnuv Qrli_lil,nr is  (ooi 1 for nothing than to ent/r Into all tha  clrcumitancre that would oblige 7011 t������  modify that opinion.  X rrMklafc Ifrix,  ��������� moat remarkable aprlng is Iscsted  ss the farm of Mr. OstIs In Bills worth,  Us. The spring la located upon s bill,  sod th* water .la cooreyed bj a pips  t* a watering tub by the road-Ida.  Tbers Is aa sbundsnt Amir of water tiU  about 10 In the morning, when it ceases  to flow until about 4:30 Id th* afternoon, when It again resumes operations. Oiling the tub U srerflowlnc  with sa abundant stream.  Ga������4 lataraatloaal Law,  Jabbers���������I tell jou. old man. it', a terrible thing when your wlfa.jjuarrols with  her mother and (lie old  lady lives with  you.   Which aide do you take?  Ha vera���������Neither.   I preierra an alarm-  ad noutrallty.���������Harper'e Basai*.  The orientals of Bokhara Indulge la t  peculiar pastime which is.said to resemble "football aa horseback, with ao  side*." A decajlUt.4 goat takaa the  place of the ball, and 300 horsemen  lerambla far It.  It Is tfts nlal that makath good or 111  that malcetfc wratofcedaeea or happiness,  ftofc er B������of.  ��������� r_ati Sm������.  A large paper houoe with 18 rooms  has been erected by % Russian nobleman on his country estate In Padolla.  It  was constructed  by an  Americas  engineer and cost 80,000 rubles.    Its  architect   declares   that  It   will   last  longer than a stone building.   To males  ; the triumph for-paper mors emphatio  ���������' the owner has resolved that all the furniture shall bs of the same material.  S_>raaa Treatment cf Dtphtkerls.  9banks chiefly to tbs uss of ths  serum treatment, ths mortality la  Prussia from diphtheria has been reduced from a rate of 15.8 per 10.000 la  ths rears 1180*4 ts T.C and 9.1 (a ths  fsan UKS>T.  OUR LOST ASTOR.  Apropoi ot the Astor mntter" good"  Queen Vie should not feel sore because  Unci* 8am passed a bad Bill off on her.���������  St. troui. Republic.  William Waldorf Aatbr refuse* to sell  hia New York aitate. Hia contempt for  America has a limit���������a dividend pitying  limit.���������Hldgewood (N. J.) Nawa.  It aeema to hare got out on William  Waldorf Aator that he was once a member of th* New York legislature. A bad  name will follow even a rich man to all  parts of the world.���������St. Louis Post-Uia-  patch.  PATENTS  I PROMPTLY SECURED!  Write for our interesting books " Inventors Help" and -How you are swindled."  Send us a roagh sketch or model of roar  invention or Improvement__nd.wo will tell  you trmm our" opinion aa to whether It is'  probably patentable. -We make a specialty  of applications' rojeetod in other hands.  Highest reforonoee furnished.  HASIOIC & MAXXOM  PATOKT SOUCITOB8 ������ BXPSSTS  CItU * je<x_i .nlc.1 Kaglneett, Graduate* of th*  PolyCeohoIo School of Kngtneetlnc-Beehslon IB  Applies Seleaoe*, - Laval Valrenltr. MraihK.  Fateat Law AiKwUUon. Americas Water Week*  AMoetaUon, Mow. BwrlanS Water Workt Aaaoa  p, <). Saiveron AMOolstlon. Aano. Hoe-bee Oea.  T of OlTil Knstneer*..  DBS TOM UK riR*0., tWSTMWt (ML  ATtANTM (Bit.MMD.; WftSHaiflTM,������.L  omtU:{  Is equipped with ths tetsst  Usees ia type desiias aad all  * work entrusted to Tho Herald  te" - handled by sxprieaoad  workmen who thor_*������hly understand ths proper hss ot Uu������  matsrlsl at their dlspsaiB.  The Herald does not elate to  Im the only* printing hsoas te  the district but it doss  to be  i  *  Thoroifihlu Up-Yo-Date Id  Event PartiGillar  And in a position to give as _  good value for the money expended, either for advertising  space in its publication or  for job. printing., as can be  given by any other house of  the kind in British Columbia.  Write tor estimates and sam  ples of printing. All  turned out promptly and satisfactorily. Ono price to aU.  No job can be too large ar  too small tor The HcmMTs  consideration. Special attention given   to orders by  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS : Tuesdays and Fridays.  Double Eagle IVlmm  LIBIIftBD.  CAPITAL SI ,000,000 IN   ONE DOLLAR SHARES.    $400,000 IN THE TREASURY  FIRST BLOCK OF TREASURY SHARES SNOW JON THE MARKET  FOR A LIMITED TIME AT   10 CENTS.  Manager  The  Wm. F.  Cochrane  JOBN  Director  J.   Young.  of  The   Oalgarj  DIRECTORS:  Cochrane, I  Ranch,   Limited,  Macleod. | Managing  W. B. Pool,  President Groat Western Mines. Limited,  Ferguson and Revelstoke^  J. D. Graham, ������ j F. W. Godsal,  Gold Commissioner, Atlin, B. C. | Rancher,  Gko.   S.   McCartrr,   Solicitor,  Revelstoke.  W. M. Bromtit, Proprietor  St   Leon   Hot; [Springs,   Rerel&toke.  Herald.  Pincher   Creek,  KITCHEN  HELPS.  To whiten the kitchen table spread It  all orer with a thin paste of chloride of  limo and hot water. 1>������t& this on sll  night, and la the morning wash It off.  If, when cook in if, a naucepaa or fish  kettle springs aleak,* drop a small piece  of bread into It, and it will Immediatcl/  flad its war to the hole and stop the leaking.  Often in the uc������ of the double, boiler  the water in the outside vessel refuses  to boil. When thi. happens, fill the out-.  ���������r* saucepan with .strong salt wat������r, sad  % will boil siuch sooner.  The Double Eagle Company has been formed for the purpose, not only of m nirig its present properties  but of acquiring promising'claims and developing them, to an extent that will justify their, sale to English and  other companies at a profit. The, company."already owns and has paid.for in full, the Trilby and Old Saul  properties in the famous Fish River diatriot, and a three-quarters -interest in the May Bee mine, in the  Lardeau district one and. a half miles from Ferguson Sufficient promoter's shares. have been' set aside for tbe  purchase of the remaining quarter. ".  The May Bee is the sister claim to the now famous Nettie L, which has broken all records in British  Columbia for large bodies of phenomenally rich ore. The May Bee and Nettie L were, located together is.  1892 by Mr. W. B. Pool (who has been appointed manager of the Double Eagle Co.) Both claims carry identically  the same rich ore on the surface and the same remarkable ledge, runs through -both, carrying high values  in gold, copper, silver and lead. The promoters have already spent $4,000 in developing the May Bee, with  excellent results, and in order to place the mine quickly on a shipping basis tho company now offers the public  the opportunity of investing to a limited extent in fully paid and non-assessable treasury shares, (par vain*  $1)  at   10 cents each.  Shares will be sold in blocks of 100 and upwards.  The  company reserves the right .to   withdraw the sale of shares from the market   at   any time    without   notto  Applications mar be. sent to the Secretary, '. ;      -.���������'.-->  .._ A. H.HOLDiCH, REVELSTOKE.  Or ts JMO. J. Y0UH0   BKSALOBLOCK. <_������LOMT. , ' :s*sn.  1.  i  The Wjf in Africa' ^^^ ������^ ������*  DESPERATE DEFENCE  Bloemfontein, April C.���������(Delayed  in Transmission.)���������The Royal Irish  Rifles had heen. marching in the  eastern portion of the Free State,  collecting arms and were returning  t������ Bethany Thursday when they were  intercepted by the Boers who placed  three guns in position. The Irish  entrenched themselves while the  mounted infantry started along hoth  flanks only to find escape impossible.  'The BoerB opened with '���������'. gun and  rifle Are. The British replied sparingly with rifle, husbanding their  cartridges in the hope that help  would arrive. Gradually the Boers  drew closer they flred intermittently during Thursday night hut did  not attempt to rush the British position until Wednesday when the  , Irishmen, -who had fought tenaciously, were suffering severely for want  of food: and , water. Finding that"  there was no sign of succor they surrendered, having fought desperately  for 30 hours. They lost 10 killed  and many wounded. Among the captured Is Captain Tennant, 'General  Oataere's   chief  intelligence  ollicer.  Bethany, Orange tie*, elate, April  5.���������The five companies of British infantry which were surprised at-Red-  ..��������� dersburg by ���������''���������; a commando while  inarching across the country via De-  fretsdorp, made a plucky stand, but  as the Boers had three field guns and  the British none, the latter were compelled to surrender. General Gatacre  arrived too late, as Reddersburg was  alresii'y  occupied   by   the  Boers   and  ��������� the ���������. ;\emy are now threatening the  lines :._ the south. General Gatacr e's  force returned here without having  found any trace of the ill-fated British .'column captured by the Reddersburg commando. It is impossible to  estimate the :Britlsh loss but as the  men fought stubbornly It is prob-'  able that they were large.  ' *     o  MBUTENANT COLONEL HUTTON  To  Command  a Brigade of Mounted  Infantry���������Canadians In  It  Bloemfontein, April 6.���������There has  heen a reorganization of the mounted  infantry corps of the army under  Lord Roberts, the new division thus  constituted .being put under -the' command of General Hamilton. -One brigade of the division is formed jot the  Canadians, Australians, New Zealanders and other colonial units, and has  been placed under the command of  Lieutenant Colonel Hutton, late commanding officer of the militia forces  of Canada. Tbe second brigade,made  up of regular and volunteer Imperial  troops, will be under the command of  Major Reilly. They will act* as the  advance*' guard of the scouts patrolling and clearing the "country -la  advance. of the main army.  MAY CATCH HIM YET  London, April 7.���������It is said that  the Boers who captured .the British  at Reddersburg belonged to Olivers'  commando, if so he has not retired  , north, and hopes are expressed that  ' he may still be cut off. It is asserted  that 4000 rebels surrendered during  General Clement's march northward.  The Boers will do their utmost to  hold Ladybrand and Thaba Nchau,  both being rich grain producing districts. A correspondent of the Morning Post, at Springfontein,^ telegraphing Thursday, says he is glad to be  able to report that increased precautions have been taken to patrol the  railroad. ' It Is said" that most of the  'prisoners captured at Boshof are foreigners.   -o-.  -   ANXIOUS FOR ACTION  .   - --.ty  nd   Its  reoccupied the iaager at Paxrl������������-:s  probably to search    for tourtoa n rms  and ammunition.  ���������. o-   MOVEMENTS OF CANADIANS  Bloemfontein, April 9.���������The Canadians returned on Friday from tho  second demonstration eastward.  They started on Wednesday at an  hour's notice and marched to Reit-  fonteln Farm, 12 miles to the southeast. On Thursday the whole division advanced on a strong position  but could find no trace of the enemy  and accordingly retired the next day.   o   INSURGENTS IMPRISONED  Carnarvon, April 9.���������Hart waa  formally reannered to Cape Colony  on April 1st, amidst the cheers of  the assembled troops. A large number of insurgent colonists Including  many of their leaders, aro now Imprisoned here.  Colonel Drury's column, including  the West Australian and Canadian  Mounted Rifles and artillery left  here  yesterday   for  DeAar.  MONDAY'S PARLIAMENT  Ottawa, April 10.���������A debate on  Chinese legislation occupied considerable attention during the afternoon.  It was brought up by Mr. Mclnues,  who moved that no person be allowed  to employ Chinese labor on the  Comox and Cape Scott railway. When  ths bill for Incorporation was in  committee several members opposed  It and the amendment wsb finally defeated. In the course of his speech  Sir Wilfrid1 Laurier stated that the  government intended dealing with  Chinese immigration this season. The  bill was read. a third time.  Mr.' Flint's prohibition resolution  will be debated on the 23rd.  Mr. Davin moved .:. for all correspondence on N.W.T. subsidy, grants  of the past two years. Mr., Fielding  stated the subsidy had been increased from $309,000 to nearly $500,000  under the'present government.  Papers' on General Hutton's -resignation were brought down.  The public accounts committee will  examine J. D. McGregor In connexion  with the Yukon liquor licenses.   o���������������������������  DESTRUCTIVE FLOODS IN TEXAS  Bloemfonte. n.April 7.���������The Boors  are reported in force to. the south  and threatening the railroad, which  however, is strongly protected. British pickets at Springfield, sight  miles distant, were attacked -today  by the Boers advancing], from- tho  waterworks.* Remounts 'are rapidly  arriving. The British are In high  spirits and anxious to advance.  o   WEPENER   ISOLATED  Lines of  Defence   Are    Enormotsslf.  Strong and the Garrison "Is  Fully Provisioned  London, AprU 10.���������The Times  publishes ��������� tbe - following despatch  from Wepener, dated Sunday,. April  8th: "The Wepener garrison. M  completely Isolated. However.- the  lines _of - defence "are - enonmrnalf  "strong and^the-garrison' ls^fiilly-prenvisioned. , The. Boers, are In great  force around the town and desultory  firing between the outposts continue*  A Boor commando.eE timated at about  2006 men, with four guns, went Jnto  laager lasf night five miles from  here, in the direction of Deweedocp.  '. ���������o   BOER   TREACHERY  Austin, Texas, April 7.���������This city  is tonight in pitch darkness witn a  raging river a mile wide and swollen  far beyond its natural. hanks roaring  and surging through all the lower  portions of the; town, having spread  death and destruction ; in its wake.  In' addition to the vast loss to property In this section, it is calculated  that between 30 and 40 lives have  been sacrificed and reports -coming  in from the tributaries do not * tend  to Improve matters. The flood is not  unlike the "disastrous Johnston flood  some years ago, when" a raging river  already swollen far beyond Its capacity bore too heavily on an immense dam spanning the river here,  breaking it and letting loose a reservoir of water 30 miles long, half  a mile wide and 60 feet deep to aid  in carrying destruction down the valley of the Colorado river. The great  dam in Colorado river gave way at  noon today from the enormous pressure of water and debris, and with  a roar and crash swept the valleys  below the city, wrecking .the immense light and power plant and  drowning eight workmen.  *.>���������  THE TURF REVIEW.  Peter the Great, 2:07%, Is the fattest  trotter ever bred in Michigan.  Kitty R, bay mare, 2: OSVi, pacing, by  Keruilss, has been thrown out of training.  Guy, 2:12, record made this year, entered the 2:30 list as a 3-year-old in  1802.  Wynema, 2:13V_, by Robert McGregor, Is credited with a 2:10 trial at  the trot  M. E. McHenry is credited with having won $27,000 with ths horses he  drove on the grand circuit.  Allerton and Elyria are tied for the  honors of the year to date. Each has  seven performers to his credit.  Searchlight paced a mile in 2:02 at  Indianapolis Sept. 22, but it was not a  record, as he started to beat 1:59%.  The. race at Providence Is said to  have been the first one in which Charley Herr was ever behind the money.  The team Ottlnger and Jacksonlan,  owned by Jacob Justice, trotted in  2:18V. at Belmont park, Philadelphia,  recently.  Darlel's mile In 2:10Tat the recent  Bethlehem (Pa.) meeting was the fastest ever paced In ths state over a half  mile track.  Marcus Daly has a 2-year-old colt  named Joe N, by Milroi, who Is said  to have ben ten 2:20 and shown a half  nt s 2:15 gait  Billy Andrews, 2:06%, by Bow Bells,  won nil of his races In the grand circuit, five In number, and bis winnings  foot up to $0,325.  B. B. P.. 2:09%, by Pilot Medium, has  joined the side wheelers and has paced  several races In the west, but has not  yet entered tbe list.  Another trotter named Alix has entered the list of California. She Is by  Nutwood Wilkes, dam a sister to Little  Albert, and her record is 2:24%.  The old trotter Walter E. 2:10, by  Patc-ben Mambrlno, Is now- owned by  E.; K. Swinney, Kansas City, and will  he used In matinees. He is 15 years  old.   STAGE GLINTS.  WIRE .FLASHES  It is generally  believed    that  the  Prince  of "Wales  will "visit  Canada,  this summer. |  The EUwardsburg Glucose "Works  at Cardinal, Ont., wore completely  destroyed by Are.  On Saturday Queen Victoria was  welcomed in a drive through Dublin  by 60,000 children.  Admiral Dewey's resolve to run for  the presidency is unfavorably, commented upon in London.  - Aa Indian tragedy has occurred at  Long lake, north of Lake Superior;  Chief Toweda having been decapitated.   o   THE TURF RECORD.  Banning .races Iu Havana draw  irovnls of from 0,000 to 7.000 people.  Palms Donna is by Greystone. Aao  I otta P, by Orion, and has a record ot  That stanch old sirs Dauntless has,  two newcomers this * ssasoD���������<Ccntricv  2:18%;and.Hess, 220..*,"  Billy 'Andrews/ 2:00% pacing.' at 4  Verona Jarbeau returns to the stags  and will play vaudeville. Miss Jarbeau  has a new act.  '.'., The antique furniture and quaint costumes of BO years ago in "The Dairy  Farm" contribute to the realism of the  stage effects In this pretty pastoral  play.  An actress In "The Man la ths  Moon" In New York was discharged  for the offense of holding conversation  while on the stage with friends in  front and In the boxes.  "Daughters of the Poor" contains a-  rralistlc rescue and shows Carrie Had-  cltffe as the blind girl hanging in midair by a rope, while her pursuer, standing on the fire escape, Is killed by a  bolt of lightning.  Krau Coslma Wagner made a large  sum out of last summer's Wagner festival at Balreuth. ��������� American ladles  were the financial mainstay of the season. Frau Wagner's war on ladles' hats  was short and fierce/and the hats had  to go.  " Robert Mantell produced his new  play In Trenton. It Is called "The Dagger and the Cross," and has four acts  and a prologue. The play was written  by W. A. Tremayno. who dramatised  it from Joseph Hatton's novel of ths  same name.  An old time ^manager's sgent was  once booking attractions. He asked  tils client what ho thought of "Young  lira. Wintbrop" as an attraction. "Oh,"  was the accommodating reply, "If she's  a fair actress and wears swell togs give  her a week."  A new Idea Is "The Richard Mansfield Calendar For 1000." It contains  "pictures of Richard Mansfield's favorite characters, a few quotations and  some good wishes," tbe quotations and  good wishes being la reproduction of  Mansfield's hand.  Many of tho Enemy Who Took'^tho^  Oath of Non-Combatants.RjkjciB ,,.  TheiF Old Commando*  AllwsJ North, April ������.���������taaU  bodies of the enemy have bees seen  across' tbe river near tho towm of  Odendolstroom. The ferry: bu been  destroyed. - ��������� There Is a Boer commando of 600 at Wrouxvllle. A* larger  one has left. 8mlthlleld for Wepaor.  There are two. commandoes around*  Wepner'but thus far there "has beeu-  only outpost firing. A lieutenant of  Brabant's Horse had been captured*  at Rouxville by the Boers wko had  previously surrendered. The ' laad-  droee is also said to have broken  his oath. A detachment of Queenstown volunteers arrived, today. Many,  Boers who have taken' the non-combatant's - oath are rejoining their  old commandos. *. _  GUARDING    AGAINST    SURPRIBB  Movements of Troops Continues ~wtth:  Bewildering Frequency  London, Ap'ril" 10.���������The Bloeafoa-j  tein correspondent of ' the Tines,  telegraphing says: "The captured  Boers agree that only 500 remained  unwound ed out of the whole British column captured at Reddersburg."  General Gatacre and staff vera  fired on" from enclosures while they  temporarily . occupied Reddersburg.;  ���������Considerable movements of troops  'have occurred there with the object  of preventing a surprise.  The Bloemfontein correspondent <>(  tho Morning Post, .telegraphing; oa  Sunday Bays; "Tho movent*, its nt  troops continues with bewildering  frequency. Brigades and divl-iuM  appear an disappear at inter -at.". --  The Boers are reported to .*������������������   Ia  '.considerable  numbers  to ������h'a V  of the line.    The Boers'are mtid't^h  parently feeling their way trenv..'it'  years. Is sald~t_rh_^V^orie"lritb~wlht������r"  quarters'perfectly sound.  :'' H. W. Peel of Portland, Or., owns a  colt by McKInney. 2:11%, out of Data,  sister to CheballB. 2:04%.  -Six horses in thc stable.ef .Hon.  Frank Jones, Portsmouth, N. H., won  137.295 la the past season.  Ur. 3.' Malcolm Forbes Is said to  have^ce fused, an .offer, of ..$2,500 for. tbe.  ���������4-year-old by-Arlbn.dam Hourl.  'J.Cte.U������.B.'. 2:22," tbe: sire of Endow,  S:14%'wIU next season be trained for.  a faster record. His present mark was  obtained eight years ago.  The McLaren stable, which John  Kelly will train and drive nest season,  .wilt.'consist of. Lai-able' the" Great,  2:12%; Lucy Carr, 2:14%; Bosey Posey,  sad Secular.  * It Is proposed In France to set aside  6 per cent, of every* .trotting purse of  $200 and is ver. te be given to the breeder #f the winner's dam. or. in case cf  his death, to the widow or legal heirs  whs owned the dam ol. the winning  fasts* when It was foaled.  HOUSE OF MOUMINa.  LOYALTY   TO   THE   DEPARTED  AND  CONSIDERATION FOR THE LIVING.  APHORISMS.  While thou liv.it. keep a good tongas  fa thy bead.���������Shakespeare.  . Self .respect Is the:cornerstone ef aQ  irlrtae.���������Sir John Her. cbeL  . Trust, that man in~ nothing who has  s_f* ������;iipnsc!encs la everything.���������Atsrne.  ',. Ohitdbsod may do without a grand  jpurywe.  bnt. manhood* cannot.���������Hul-  APHOmSMS.  Think wrongly. If yon please, but ta  all cases think for yourself.���������Leasing.  Labor rids us of three great evils���������  irksomene. b, vice aad poverty.���������Voltaire.  -     -     -  ' Justice Is tbe constant desire and effort to render t* every man his due*���������  Justinian. .*,*���������-'  A good, face isajlctter of recqmmen-'  datlon, as a good heart I~s a letter of"  credit.���������Bulwer.  We blame others for slight things  and overlook greater la surselves.���������  Thomas a Kempis.  Evil events come from evil causes,  and what we suffer springs,-generally,  from what ws havs done.���������Aristophanes.  .. -^its-possessing minds which ara morose, solemn and- Inflexible enjoy, la  general, a greater share ef dignity thaa  kapplaess.���������Bacsa.  Of al! virtues magnanimity to the  rarest There ar* a hundred persons  ���������f Merit for one who willingly acknowledges II la another.���������BaailtC  >  L-  35>i_������  FLOWERS.  -Precious beyond price ar* goeA re***  tattaas. Valuable beyond price ar* go*d  foellajs.���������Hawels.  14m* helpful tbun all wisdom Is on*  draft i������f simple human pity that will  a*t (inak* us.���������George Eliot.  '. Thera aerer was.' any heart truly  great aa<| gfieroas that was not also  ���������ostdsrofid csfspasclsaato.���������Booth.  .Th* mitoaii principle through Uf*, la-  atead *f reforming others. Is t* s*_  afeaat pwfKtlag yourB������lf.���������Haydea-  Vha aMad that Is cheerfal at prasaat  '���������Ut mmri ao a*Ucltud*~ f*r" tf fataia  aa4 9rtS mtmi the bitter sccuiisncsa *f  M������ wltt a mUa.*-ll*tac*.  Th* patuala to a aartlenlarly g**d  plant for window cultivation la winter.  Th* heliotrope to aet a g**d wlatsr  window plant In a cold cllmats. It csa-  sot stand the dry heat *f *ur sitting  rooms.  -It Is essy torepbt a fuchsia. ** Simply  turn th* ball *f roots out ia year hand,  having ready a larger pot with some  fresh.sail Is the bottom. Set tbe ball  In tbe center and pack ths soli around  It and water well. "  - It Is a little edd that the tahsres*  should have goa* so completely out ot  tavsr. 7*a eea hardly lad ea* la a  ���������owst star*. FrobabJy th* deyleg  aweetaess ef th* odor has son*tfclaf  tod* with its toss *f Bwular farm.  flnitsaaXsti.  Doa't b* sfrsidto est pUnty ef fruit  it it Is rip*. According to recent health'  reports. Juicy fruits are not only cleansing to the stomach, bnt they feed th*  brain and serves. Eat good frnlt, and  yen will >* clear headed, sty the doctors.  Another coed food for the brain and musette consists of burned, er "blanched,"  almonds.1 A few ef these every dsy will,  It Is saldradd much to oae's mental powers. If yen are going to d* some bard  ���������tadytag this fell and winter, yon would  bettor get a supply of almonds- aad put  then la the evea sad bsk* them. Then  ���������at a few eseh day witk:a lhtle salt sad.  see If you dea't find year: probUmseas-  fac *f aol.ttoa.  ���������%e Jar of Yontlt and Streasrth Decs  Rot Menu Disloyalty and Heartleaa-  ���������esa���������The Proper Wny to Honor  Tfcose For Wkon We Mowrm.  It is a curious question, so pertinent  and so provoked by the daily sight of  households in which thero ia "one vacant  place," that It would appear a natural  one also: "How would I best like to bs  remembered? In'what way would I desire that my memory should be kept  green?" But very rarely is this a matter  ot speculation, and yet more rarely ot  direction, and when death enters the door  the first effort .of all who are bereaved is  to show, sealously. that they sre sorry,  without'any further thought. And in  many cases the home is plunged Into a  gloomy isolation which deprives it of all  Its natural charm.  Many widows see with alarm the quick  reaction of the young hearts of their  children and find in every spontaneous  revival of happiness anions them a sign  that the head and father is forgotten.  Out of this come an artificial .form of  life and an unreal conduct of family affairs which, like all unreal things, are inherently without value":  .Every sorrowing mother in the world  has felt an indignant fear arise In her  heart that the one out ot sight Is forgotten because a jolly brother aad  bright girl sister are ready to laugh again  and feel the old spirit ot rhythm moving  their young feet. But we may not turn  the course of life out of its deep groove  because one human heart has fled from  earth. The stir of the pulse and tbe ioy of  youth and Btrength are happily made t������  surmount the waves of sorrow as surely  as a swimmer comes rejoicing out of the  strong surf, and this does not mean disloyalty or heartlessness.  There Is���������we cannot shut our eyes t*  it���������an element In society which says that  there is neither time* nor place for 'sorrow in the world and whose aim is clearly to see ho shadows and hide everything  disagreeable and distressing. We are not  concerned with this small minority of the  great human family, but' are thinking of  the average home out of which a good  father or mother has gone or whers  some dear son or daughter la no more  seen. In such homes people do not willingly or easily forget, and th* vast majority are more than ready to cherish  every token of tender remembrance.  There is a tenacious holding of all th*  memories which the daily intimate details of a lifetime have implanted In the  hearts of those who qre left.  It becomes a very important matter  for decision how a family .should; best order its contact with the world so as to  ' live in wholesome relations with society  and yet be true and loyally tender to the  dead.-  As the very primal point from which t*  look forward, we want the living to remember the dead lovingly. Every act  ; which is unnatural and purely done from  ' conventional'usage, against -the will and  wish of the living, tends to lessen the  warmth of that affection which we would  hope to keep from ever growing cold.  Far indeed would I bo from seeming to  disregard a reasonable yielding to what  traditionally is deemed the fitting manner of expressing the deepest outward respect. -What we feel clearly does not  suffice. One of the rights of the dead is  decorous observance of common'usage  concerning them. But side by side with  this stands the absolute right of the living to healthful tiBe of'. their faculties and  ot cordial contact with.' their fellows,'  without which no mind is entirely sane.  It would surely, seem both rational and  sensible. to revert to the 'judgment ot  those we would honor by our mourning.  Take a family left fatherless. .Would It  not be a wholly reasonable procedure to  endeavor to honorthe losthead by. carrying out his views? Yet in how many  households out.of which has gone a genial,: sympathetic, cheerful father follows  s reign of darkness? In the home of a  man whose nature had been marked by  love of social merriment, whose cordial  ��������� interest. had endeared him to: his: kindred  and neighbors and-who felt hospitality  to be a positive duty, we are sometimes  shocked to find a once open door closed  to all except the tew nearest relatives  end s pervading coldness and silence,  which It would have been impossible for  him to endure, filling the rooms" he had  loved.  There can be no more beautiful and  vital way of honoring the dead than by  making-others happier for their dear  sakes, and the selfishness which yields to  the demand of personal loneliness and  grief, by losing Interest in everything  outside its own narrow limits, can neither make a memory strong and faithful  in the world whence the man has departed' aor kindle' new'desire that, he,  were once again alive. ,  If we would insure that.a name'w**  honor "-shall" not* cease to be spoken, we  must' ourselves -.maintain. for .It, a_ living'  interest and warmth. The friends a^man  has loved and .whose.'friendship' gavo halt  the sunshine te his'life have their just,  claim to be continually received "for his  Sake with a warm hand and s true hospitality. Ths pursuits he enjoyed should  be made pleasant to his children. Death  is Indeed victorious when It sot only  takes out af our homes a. beloved personality, bnt at ta* sans* time kills all  that he animated by, bis spirit.  ' Hie largely a custom when aa abiding  grief has come t* sit at a fireside to let  Us shadow dim aU ths former festivals  ���������f the year. The whole radius of a large*  family circle are year after-year almost  ashamed to enjoy either Thanksgiving  day or Christmas* lest they, seem to be  thoughtless of ono missing and ever dear  Bresence.'I do not underrate tbe effort  may cost, but surely any brave womas  iaybquBt to ths effort of restraining tbe  weakness of her own heart. and calling  her children and her grandchildren to  gather about the table, after their old  custom, and seeing to It that they speak  lovingly ef old days and of him who  (sad* them bright.���������New York Post.  AUSTRALIAN ODDITIES.  Th* aatlv* dogs never bark. QTkcf ealy  h*wl.  " Some needs grow completely; outside  their fruit  The bears Hv* altogether la th* trees  sad cry like children.  Bom* of the trees shed their bark la  winter Instead of their leaves.  One kind of fish, found near the coast,  makes a noise like a small trumpet  Some of the birds laugh exactly like  human beings. Some cannot fly at all.  The native flowers are all single in petals and almost all are completely bcent-  leas.  The swans are all black. The birds  generally have very brilliant plumage,  but have no song.  .Most of the animals go about on their  hind legs. They move along by jumping,  or rather hopping. Sam*-of them fly  through the air like birds, and some of  them hare bills like ducks.  KIPLING.  Let us hop* that Mr. Kipling has not  gone to Scotland to acquire the dialect  There are already enough of those books  to translate;���������Albany Times-Union.  It is said that Kipling has resolved t*  rest and write nothing for a year. Perhaps he thinks that he will need all his  time to attend to his regiment of lawsuits.���������Boston Globe.  The fact that Ur. Kipling to not going  to do any work while he ia la Scotland  will be very reassuring to those who began to tear another flood al Scotch dia*  toat stories.  IMPERIAL B/\NK,  Or CANADA  Head Office, Toronto.  Capital Authorized,    -   $2,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up, $2,391,803.00  lt*st, $1,554,710.00  DIRECTORS:    .  H.  S.  Howland,  President  T.R.Merrltt,VIce-Pres,  St   Catherines  William Ramsay, Robert Jaftray  Hugh  Ryan,   T Sutherland,  Stayaer  Ellas Rodger*  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North "West and British Columbia:  * Brandon,     Calgary,     Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Rerelstoke.  Ontario: ,  Ecsex, Fergus, Gait, Ingersoll,  Llstowel, Nlagawi Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage,- Sault Ste.  - ��������� Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thomas,  Toronto, * Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton. , .' >  Quebec: '  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and interest 'allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial, Municipal,  and  other  debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit-  Available at all points of Canada,  United Kingdom , United States.  Europe, India, China ' .Tay������������ Australia, New Zealand etc.  Gold  purchased:  This bank issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted  for at any  of the Hudson's  Bay Co's  Posts  in  the Tukon and Northern districts.  A. R. B  HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Branch.  THE MOLSONS BANK  INCORPOBATSD BT Ad OK PaRUAMENT, 1866.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  PAID UP OAPITAX.     - - - -      02.000.000  REST FUND .    .    - - - -      01.600,000  DIBBCTORS: W������. Uolsok UAcrmasos, President; S. H. Ewi. o, Vlce-PresldaaH  ,= _ W. M. Bam. at,Samtxsi, Pimurr, Hmby Abchibaub, J. P. Cleobobs,  K H. MABBLuro M0L80H.  ^_ r. WoxrsaTOX Thomas, Genual Haaager.  Interest allowed at current  J. D. MOLSON,  Habaokb, RBVEUTO-B, B.C.  A general banking business transacted,  rates.  mmmmmmmmuummimmmmk  ]tD, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING    .  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave,  P. BURNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beet Pork, Mutton. Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  WHITE     GWILLIM   &  SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKensle Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J. M. Scott B.A..  Q. C. Ii. I* B.  F. I/. QwllUm.  HARVEY & HoOABTER  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for; Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent  Offices:     Molsons Bank Block.  First Street Revelstoke Station, B. C.  Table furnished with the ehoic  the market affords. Best WiMS  JL'quurs and dears. Large, ligfkt  httimnnis. B*tes 91 a Amf.  Monthly rate.  ilerlSlon.Pfopf.. '  RATE $1 oo PER DAT  The  Columbia  House.  Good accommodation. A. good bvt  well supplied with choice wines?  liquors and cigars. ,  Free Bus Meets All T rate  Brown & Foot  Proprietors,  j. w. Cross,  Office:' Taylor * Block, Mackenzie   Avonae,  Bovelstoko.  -Surseon to tho C.I*.It-  .   Heath officer. City of Rerelrto e.    .  1^���������M-thodlst_Church,_. Revelstoke _    ..  ". Preachlnj services at U a. tn.  and-7:SO p.m. ��������� Class meeting at the  close ot the morning service. Sabbath school and Bible class at S:lt.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at .7:39. The public  are cordially invited. Beats free.  BBV.S.J.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  1*������ed aad Sal* Stable of tbs Lardeau aad Trout Lako  Saddle   and     Pack  always for hire.   ~  ft-ceee-'  Freighting  and  Teansiafl*   a-t  ' specialty.     * '���������������������������:.���������.������������������:  Daily Utage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning'at 7esk>ok  for Trout Lake Oity.   For particalars write  URAIO * HILLMAN, Thohsok'sLambumi  . St Peter's ��������� Church ���������' (Antf lean),  . Bisfat a.m.. Holy BtuharUt; 11  a.m., matins, litany aad sermon (Hely  Eucharist/ first Sunday-In the month);  2:30 Sunday school, or eblldrsas'  tervice; T:30 evensong (choral, aad  sermoa. Holy Days���������The Holy  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.m. or S  a.ra., as anaeuneed. Holy Baptism  after Samday school at 3:15,  E. C. Paget,* D.D., Pastor.  Lstr Vwaen'i Stndles.  '* Lady Q*orgln������ Vernon, daughter of tbs  tenth sari of Haddington, Is'well known  as bb authority on dairying as an occupation tor women. 8hr sprnt ���������otnr time in  Normandy studying Into French mvthods  la chuesemakloc. Sbe strongly nrftes tho  practicability ef dairying for women as a  (elf supporting industry, but says that  cheese would -* ba ths molt profitable  branch sf tha work. Most of the bad  butter, she dalais, cones from small  dairlts with snly twe or three cows.  THE CYNIC.  ' A hoayseksd mas nesrly always eonghs  behind his hand.  Watch ths man who Is slwsys willing  to give you-ths be������t uf It "  It U a smart father whs knows how  his dsughtsrs iprll their Hnt names.  When a msa plcka up s arw city dl-  rtctory. ths drst thing bs does is to look  for his nam*.  A g������������d many men ��������������� te church out of  rsspKt t������ their wives, and expect te bs  ���������avrd for tbr same reason.  Whoa a married daughter boards at  kML'ttann that her psmts must rs-  gkrd ns gseitf all of h������ hnsbaad's rsla-  tlvas.  L>ttU8BTTERIAM OHCBOH-Berelstoke  * Ssrvioa overj Sunday at 11 a.m< and 7d0  p.m. Blb'e Cltas at <a0 p.m., to which  nil are'wnloome. Prayer meeting at S p.m.  every Wednesday.  BBV. T. KBSIZIE8, Psator.  BOBBBT SAMSON  and Drayman-  . Draying and dslirery week a  ty*    Vsama always ready ei  netloa. v Contrasts for (ohMnai *������*������������������.  CATHOLIC   OHUROH���������Bevel-  :flf������t and third Bundaya hi  UOIf AN -  In. ������Wk6  mo������th utSM m^   _,ATHEB THATBB.  SALVATION ARUY-MokUb-  tn their hall on Front 8tr������et  svary tught  The Revelstoke  Herald   fSemlWseklyl  REVELSTOKE  IRON  Blackamithing, Jobbing,  Plumbing, Pipe Fitting,  Tinsmithing,; Sheet Iron.  Work, Machinery Repaired.  Mining    Work    a   Specialty  ROBT. GOEDOH  B������ vei stoics-  ffanadiaa  x Pacific  Railway  See Llae  IMC    B90TB EAST AR������  Jlr* elas tte^tn m all trains.";:,TaerM sa_S-  ftmt.Kcvcktoka Sally for. St. Pool;::Tg__odaf������*  a d.Samidaya foraTs������mto;| Tbaisdays far  Koatn*. aad Boom  DAILY TRAIKS  Has more readers in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more 'advertisers' in Revelstoke 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 influenoe is greater;  its advertising, rates are lowest  circulation considered; its sab  scription rate is only 92.00 pet  annum; it covers the field. Try  it and be with the crowd.  Write to  ERTEL3TOKB HERALD,  Kevelstoke, B. C,  UndertaSdagr ���������������������* Kmbalmlnz  F. Hewson & Co^  MACKKS.IK  AVB.  K_<������tl IVmi^<tn'S-iralta'a.  ..���������.k>������T���������������  ....arrive'  ~r������]stoke���������arrive_  leave....  ....tffds-  ....H*J6  S|������..  To and from Kootenay Points  ... .Jeavs-Kovclatoka���������arrive...  Tickets issued andbeggage* ebeekad thrasgh"  to dcatfaatlM  Cheap Rates  to the  Old Country  rorfstl particaUrsis to time rates, and for *  eopK ofi*CP. B. pahUwiUoos, addra* searatr  tesal}m*,Hor  T. W. BRAOSNAW.  Agent. BoteMohe. -  W. r: _wt������ta,TravdUag Pasieager Ac������t  J. Oorte,-  Asstateh   'Qcacnl  ,B.������.  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Local and  General  News  tu Mr  -tic? f$~r  r<y &?</ ftfiiw G0V-&  te t 0   rs������ -' a y <; * -  //       ^ J~,  /Pis&jLsuA4  ./���������  'A  4    \ /  N_!3L_-BMb91S  Mii-niiTfT  ������  $faiMte simmus-  XVcii-  and  illlV  linkage  di.tying  Grip is still vi*ry picvailent.  Tliu*-. T.iylm* whs in   tmvti   on  s.i*sd.*iy.  ,T. J. Fiih-y. of Arrowlife: id, spent  yf������tout iv in town.  Work hns lieen _ resumed on the  loc.fin^of ihi* in**.*.* rink.  --Te.* '.hr.!-.'. Mt'Gi.fticu* if yon xv*iiit  i\ dr.iy.  ��������� A f-peri.il line of I.*itlies' Iv ill ^love.-  ijow openiu . up nt 0. 13. Hume i\: Qi's.  II. X. _.'oiii\-H'r. Ki'1'1 coiniiiissioncr.  i.-lt on Wl'iIii'.'mI.iv iniiiniiiB <"��������� il lr'l*  s-o.ilh.  Tli-> Iimii-jio: t .Monterey, with  Plr.tlhcoii.i'.- Morse, arrived nt U.i.ie-  t own on Tuesday.  ��������� If you w.int trunks  ! iikt.li"in tin* slntiim oi*  -nil on F. W. MctJ ri'KOi*.  Mis. Myitle Temple is s-pendiiis Iier  K i.t.'i'v.-ic.-ilinn with her pirentK, Mi'.  ii nil Mrs. C. II. Temple.  Mrs. K. Knowlton wont into . prgu-  pon hi'-t week intake the position of  couunisfiii'y nt the Hotel l_iiide.*iu.  The oflice l.uildiiis. occupied liy .1. D.  Sibbald and J. M. Scott, is lo lie hauled  fui'wiiril to lhe line of the sidewalk.  The pulilk' =i-ho(il and kiniU������rf.aiLeii  closed for tin* K.ister holid-iys I'Viriiiy  morning and will reopen on Tuesday  morning.  Good Friday yesterday. There was :i  service in Si. Peter's at 11 a. in. and  evensong was said with a sermon  al. 7:30 p. in.  Seivice= for Easter Day at St, Pelr-r's  nre Celebration at 8 a. m., morning  Priyer and Celebration at 11 a. m.  and Kvensong at 7:30 p. m.  ���������Sprinj. hats*, spring hats, straws,  linens, fells, the latest shapes and  i-tvlet. nl*-o the very newest things  in'haid hats at C. B. Hiiine Ai Co's,  A. meeting of Conservatives and  supporters of Mr. Taylor will niuel  Monday evpiiinc at S o'clock iu ground  iiuor of the Oddfellow's hall.   -  The Liberal-Conservative Association have rented lhe lower floor, of  the Oddfellows' 1ml 1 for Mr. Taylor's  i-ommittee rooms during the coining  campaign.    -  The IJiiri-ows & Nash famous war  show of life liiovini; pictures of th'i  Sjouth Africiin and Oub.iii r-uinpiiigns  liave made a dale at the opei-i house  I'm- April 23rd and 2'rlh.  M__.������i_ Nellie aiul Kellleson are  limine Savage Urns*, store on Second  street. A new front, is being put on  and the huildini; geneiu'ly U being  fixed up in lirst class shape.  ���������A car of hardware just un!n nded  ot our w.-uuliuiise. Don't forget, to  call and in--.pei.-l U. B. Lluine &,. Go's,  stock, if you want building |}.iper,  nails, oils, paints, etc.  Thos. Steod. of the firm of .Morris &  Steed. Front stret, met with an accident the oilier diy while lighting the  furnace. " 1 lis face was badly singed  and scorched, bul no serious harm  done.  There was a false alarm in the No. 1  fire li.iII on Thursday morning, owing  to lh_ alarm not having been disconnected when tho wires were cut al the  Iliewery corner lo let Mrs. Luw.on's  building pass.  A rock *-liui* is reported in tin*  ���������Canyon, which il is staled will lender  a very considerable expendilui e  nec-.-s'.a'iy lo make the canyon navigable. "J'iit* slide his carried out tin*-  wagon road foi a ciuir-iderable slrelch.  AVt.rk began on Thursday of  reorganizing the fire alarm system by  pull ins in additional poles and re-  pl-n.tiuc. llie old ones properly. Tin*  money expended on doing this thing  >In* fiiVl lime was as good as wasted in  . -the effort to save a few dollars.  ^Council meets tonight.  Next Monday is a bunk holiday.  Chas. llillunin and C. II. Johnson  ���������nine up on Thursday evening from  Ferguson.  An interesting Idler from our Trout  r_ake correspondent is unavoidably  crowded out. this issue.  How about getting to work in good  lime this year for a first class Queen's  birthday celebra tion?  -'row Const. Devitl. who has been  stationed at Trail, his arrived in town  lo take temporary charge here.  Miss Millard and Miss Smith, of the  public schools, It'll. yeMerii.iy for n  few days visit to Donald  and   (loldeii.  ���������What the hoys say! Have you  tried Cressinan, t'lm tiiilnr. for iiny  clothes yet, he makes thein Ht like n  glove.  T. Downing and Ben Kearny of the  Landing were iu the city this week on  a business visit. Mr. lteamy left again  on Thiii'sil-y for home.  P. I.iuiont, manager of thi. Canada  Drug and Bunk Co. of Nelson, spent  Thursday in the city wilh thc local  manager. Chas. McDonald.  ��������� Something you often hear men  say: " I never feel comi'orlabli' in this  suli." Now, if you wnnr. one that  combines style, cut and finish, Crcss-  niiin can make it for you.  ���������McDuHie lowered the mile Bicyle  recoid last year three times on a  Columbia Chaiuless and the next best  lime to his was made, on a. Columbia  chain wheel. If you intend gelling n  wheel tliis year buy the best, it is lie  same price as: an inferior one. but is il  Inst, three times as long. John li.  Wood Revelstoke agent.  Hon. Jos.Martin's Platform  TO  TUB  KLECTOHS.  In appealing to you as the Premier  of the Piovince, I beg to lay before  you the platform of the new Government ns follows :  ' 1: -The abolition of flu- $2.0 deposil  for candidates for the 1. egislatuie.  2. The bringing into force, as soon  as arrangements can be completed, of  the Torrens Registry system.  3. The Redistribution of the constituencies on lhe basis of population,  allowing to sparsely populated districts  a proportionately larger representation than to populous districts and  cilies.  ���������I.    Tho eiint-ltiietil   of   an   accurate  system of Government scaling of logs, I  and iis rigid enforcement,  5." The re-enact ment of the disallowed Labor Regulation Ait, 1S0S, and  also all the statutes of ]Sl)!>. containing  anti-Mongolian cian-'es. if disallowed  as-proposed by the Dominion Government.  8. To take a firm "stand in every  other possible way with a view of  discouraging tbo spread of Oriental  cheap labor in the Provinie.  7. To provide for official inspection  of all'building. . machinery and works,  with it view 10 compelling the adop  tion of proper safeguards to life and  hc.illh.  S. Willi regard Io (he Kight-honr  Law the Government will continue lo  enlorce lhe law as it stands*. An  immediate enquiry will be made by  tlie Minister of Mines inlo all griev  aiues put forward ii. connection with  its operation, with a view of bringing  about, nn amicable settlement. If nu  settlement is reached the prini'iple of  the refeiendum will be applied and ;i  vol oi taken at ths* general election as  to \4helher the law shall be repealed.  If y\\o Inw is Mistnined by the vote it  will be retained upon the Mntute hook  -.villi ils penalty clause. If modifications ran be matin removing any of  ilia friction brought, about, without  impai'-ing the principle of the law.  they will be adopted. If the vote is  against it the law will be repealed.  0. To establish tho London Agency  of Hiilish Columbia, and lo take every  effective ni.'.ins of bringing before the  British public thc advantages of this  Province, as :i place for the profitable  investment of capital.  ~IlK The-reraiiiiugof��������� the���������resource=���������  of lhe Piovince as an asset for llie  benefit of the-people, and taking  effective measures lo prevent the  itlieinuii'iii of llu* publicdoinuin. except  to actual settlers or for actual bona  fide business, or industrial purposes  putting an end to the practice of  speculating   in   connection   wilh   Lhe  Large  Consignment  Just Arrived  INCLUDING  Carriage Sponges  25c to 75c  Wool Sponges, 10c to 75c  Mediterranean Sponges  10c to $1.50  Manruka Sponges  $1.50 to $5.00  TO THE LABI  DRUGSTORE,  TAYLOR BLOCK.  McKenzie Ave  17. In case it is thought at any  time advisable lo give ahouus lo any  railway company,"the same to be in  cash, and not by the way of a land  grant. ; and no such bonus to lie granted except upon, the condition Ih-ifc a  fair amount, of the bonds or shares of  the. coinpanv be transferred to the  Province, and effective means taken  ti. give 1 lie. Province control of the  freight and passenger rates, and provision made against such railway  having any liabilities against it.except  acluai cost. * (  IS. To take away from the Lieuten-  ant-Governor-in Council any power to  make subslantive changes in lhe law,  confining the jurisdiction entiiely to  matters of detail in working out the  laws enacted by the" Lcgislat nre.  19. The establishment, of an institution within the Pioviiu.e . for. the  education of Lhe Deaf and Dumb.  20. To repeal the Alien Kxcliisiori  Act .'as the reasons justifying _ its enactment no longer obtain.  21. An .-imUablesettlcitient of Ihe  dispute wilh lhe Dominion Government as lo D.adman's Island, Si an ley  Pari; nml other lands, and an arrangement wilh Mr. Ludg'ile, by which, ir  possible, a sawmill industry may be  established and carried on on Dead-  man's Island. under saLisfoctory  conditions, protecting the interests of  the public.  2*2. Proper means of giving technical instruction to minero and   prospec-  JOSKPII MARTIN.  THE LEADING STORE takes great pleasure in  announcing the arrival of one of the largest and mo.-t  select ranges of  LADIES' FOOT-WEAR  Ever Shown in the Interior.  These goods arc from  New  York   markets and  are  sure to meet the requirements of those desiiiug an exquisitely dainty, exceedingly stylish, yet durable article.  A LARGE  ASSORTMENT  Ladies Serge  AND  Luster  Skirts.  M.  K. LAWSON,  Mackenzie Ave.  SHORTLY TO ARRIVE-  *TJca&������\������rC3V.  Dress Muslins, Ducks, Prints, Etc.  OUR LINE OF LADIES' COSTUME CLOTHS IS SECOND  TO NOME IN THE CITY.  Baker  AND       ....  Confection  ������=������r  The Wide-Awake Business M _n,  McKenzie  Bread - Delivered -��������� Daily  CALL AND INril'l-CT OUI! STOCK OF  NEW  GROCERIES  Red ].o"0 llCKroe moots *i__oml nml fonc-tJi  Fridays of eni'li month;   White Hose Iit-gree  moots tir-.t Friiliiviifi'iu-li month,in Oddfellows'  Hull."  VisitiiiK brothri'ii u .Iconic.  WM. MATIIKKP, T. K. 1,. TAYLOR,  Sccrutury. 1'reaident.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Kogulur mcctiiii.3 nre held lji tho  Odd fellow'!. Hull 011 the Third Frf-  < 111 v of each month, nt 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  TIIOS.-STEED, W.M.  ������$:���������  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. O. F., No. 3461.  Meet!, in   the Oildlel--  lowh' Ilftll.on the second  und fourth Mondftyo of  eiieh  month.    Vlsitiui.  brethren iuylted to  tend.  ut-  K'.n.J.C.  JOIINfcOX,  Chief Itiuiyer.  C. W  MITCHIXL,   '  I'eu.-S'CC  ���������M-*** _.__****���������M.****':-.M..l������M.+.>*  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  Is not in it with our prices on  WATCHES AND CLOCKS  ALL AND BISE  Jeweller,  O. P. I.. W,YTUn  INS!'ROTOR.  fr  fr  fr  t  fr  fr  fr  .���������*  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  .u  fr  Tobaccos, Pipes, Cigars, Etc.  Scientific Works on Miniug, Etc.,  Millcmls, Mines mid Mining by 0 .born  l'ro������iicctiiiK,    l_ncul!ng,  nnd    Valuing  Mines���������by Slrau-li.    -  Handbook of l!oc*l;s���������by l'euip.  Proipei'tins for  Gobi   nnd    Silver���������b  CruUo. ,  Ptnmp Milling of Gold Ores���������by 'tickn.d  ��������� ,"f'l"i"T"?.'.'^'H-*i-'i.*i"i������;--^.v^_������;-^^>^  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Itovul School of Mines, London.    Seven yclir.  nt 'Morfn   Works,   Swnn*-eu.     17   yenrs  C'Uiet  Olicml-l   lo  Wif.mi  Oonl nnd   Iron Co.,   Eiir.  I.nti' < heinist und Assurer, Hull Mlnex, Ltd.  Claims exmnfued nml re)iorted upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  llccr Heads,   lslrtls, Anlnnils. Etc., preBorYnil  nnd iiioiintcd.  T1IIKI1 BTBKBT. KAST (lKHUUOOUIOUBIS,  When you reneh FerRnson, II.C,  Stop ui the  Hotel Lardeau  J. I..V.011TON, rroprlotor.  Best i'i 00 udny house in the Lardeau. Hest  of.cnisine service.���������Finely equipped bar.���������  Choicest wines, liquors and cigars.���������llend*  q 11 ii iters for miners nnd mining men.���������Well  liKhlcd nnd honied rooms, neatly lurnlsliod  P. H. TRUD.GEON.  %J  JJU R   ���������  For Furnace or Stove Use.  Price per ton for Stove Coal delivered 1'rmu Oars��������� $9.00  " "        Fnrniice Goul dfelivered from Cui's--$8.50  Cash Must Accommpany Orders.  F. McO  ./arty  Revel stoke>  he  amons Crowds Nest Coal  Leave j'oiiv ovdeis at my offi'cG on iMcKeniie Aye.  Terms:  v  Ca-h with on;  $7.50 n- ten, Delivered from the cars.  O* \J J-.i.  m D,  YOURCOUGH  CAN BE STOPPED FOR 25 CENTS  YOUR COLD  CAN BE CURED FOR 25 CENTS.  VAT.  LAXATIVE COLD CURE, '  IUK.   PECTORAL BALSAM  FIELD & BE WS  YOUR  Now is ih������ tlpin ���������() Cftll nnd nrrnn^c  for (i ffl'i.IXfi SU1 T ftiid nn Ov'KKCOAT  ���������Splcii'lid lnio of iuithus, S'_;vM*������t  KiiMiion I'lutt'S, guild v.oi!v!i������:ui'������Iiil������.     t  RS, WILSON  Nej:t Uie McCalty Dldckr  . .KLTCOTHHUIi SUPPLIES,  ..OAI.r.  ������Kr,I_S.  ..ANNUNOIATOKS,  ..lSATTEliriJS.  ...MEUKJAL BATTERIES. Etc.   COWAN BLOCK.  If you want to fjet fat-  LOHO'S DUBLIN STOUT AND ALE  KliUI.M.'.l-.N'DEll JIY  l'.Y TIMS .M1-:I)U1AT_ l'KOKiSPSION     .  Orders left ���������.'.itli Mr. Pn|;et. Kxprensman, or by.  mail, will receive prompt attention.  Ooods delivered free.  -' . '  J. E. LONG, Revelstoke Station,  :>   FIRE INSURANCE.-.  AU chides of hiMinililfl rinks covered  uLmirtiiu] equitable ratts,.  LIFE INSURANCE^    t  rolii-ii's���������nou-forfpitfible,' piiar-  ������i,.il>lh1 vuli 1 us, fa**h loan vnluofi.  -   tlirouffhout thc history of the  pOlli'j. - -     .  S   M0HEY TO LOAN  y -.-.-.~ ���������*-- -.- -  Spes.!-.! E.i?t������r -.Gi-innns nml imisio in  "Iir. Mc*tliiiili=t chinch 1111 Suudiiv.  M'li'iilnX .-iiliiett: "Con .iilci* llio Li I lit.".''  fvunii:!;: "Tin.' Key SLoni; (if Chris-  tiiir.ily.'' .Snndny "silioul nt 2*.:i0;  .-iil>JL'i-l: "The K*_=iii-i'fi*ti(in of .1..11-11 .'  iliiti'^ht''!*. All are ccidiiilly welcomed  lo these services.  Tile . iKHALll is )ili.'.*t^ril tn   unto   Hint   -nine  C.nw-lic, sernml ������on c.f Miniiia Ki'coulfi'       ]].    The tnk'ni'. of   nclive   meiisnrcs  Mi*H*ie.   who  has   been   vc-iy  ill   witli j fl,t. tIl��������� s.vstt.matiu explm-uLion   of   Lht-  piir-iiitinmn.       ii       lcu-ven'!*...       Mi*. | p^ovineu.  McH.ti'. uh<> w-i? suiiini.ini'tl   from  his j     ...  n,.    ', , ,.       ... ,  ......l.-it Tiout J. ik._   Ciiv   i������  his  ,on'_        12.1ii.������bori-owinscof monpy   or  th*  lukl.wl.iiiti.ml-to i-elui-n  as  i-oon   ���������J P'\n-o>C'ot pvoviilinR .���������on.ls   t.*..i W  ml  ,,   , ���������       ,.r��������� h|-iir_;i'S. pi'rivulHil Ihiil.   111   every   c'ii.s.*  iillil..niP'1'U.uiH'. Ill,,,     inon.-y     ���������.,*.*s_...y   to   pay   tl,.-  Liberal f'nnsftrvnlives nnd all | iiitcn*,.!. aiul t-inkini; luinl in timni't'-  .'���������nppoitei-s of Mr. Tiiyliiraro ii-.(ii. <.(��������� >d 1 lion with Ihti loan shall hi' provicl.'il  to attend the uipctintf to lie held in by ndtlitiomil tiix.ititm so as not to  I lib cummin ne rooms cm thc lowi-ri impair I hi' ciodit of the Province,  lloor of llu' Oddfellows ball Monday | IU. In connection with thncnnsli 11c-  niiilit ������t S p. 111. for the pinpoM" of: tion of Govei nmenl road., and irnil..  i-h*i tine ncenti.il 0.0iniiiillce and other I It)   provide   by   the    employment   of  TAYLOR AT NAKUSP  An Enthusiastic Meeting and Resolution  of Confidence in His Candidature  Nakusp,"April 1*2-Tho*. Taylor the  I.iheiMl-ConnM-viilive canditlat.e for the  ReveUtoke RidiiiR of We=l Kootenay,  called upon the voters of >"nkiu-p today.  After meeting the majority dm-int: lht-  al'iernoon. an enthusiastic meeting nn.  hilcl in Alirifl'. hill at 8 p. in. for the  purpose of orfranizins anil sid<ietin~f.  committees to attend to th^ different  matters i" Mr. Taylor's iiiteresl.* for  the cumins lampaian. There \\ensoul* 35 voters piesent. fiom whu-h  stroiifr and enerirelic coiiiniittees* were  chosen. Ill*, milUe up of whnh will  ensure Mr. T.ivlor's- election n_n!iM  anv ami all' comers. A motion of  confideiMe in Mr. Taylor as the  standaid bearer for thi** portion of ihf  i-idins:. and plrilKiiis* ciu-b and ev"ry  niember pre<*enl. hw support wh.-  eiithm-iii'.liciilly carried. Nu olln-rs  need njiplv.  Newly Ruiit. Xowly rurniihed.                                                   I.igliled by Eliietr  city. .  $1 00 Per Dpy.  ' The Oitv Hotel  ,-  Robt. Calev. Proorictor.  Men.  Best Wines, Liquors end Cipars.     .                            Headquarters for Riiihvuy  =m .,_._._._. m.,.jmm.^ _ [������-i<M^vT__TTOMr__a_.r_- j^ini-Fj. jq?_=?3r_^vr_������r_;CTi-rn-vx*r7zrK!'T>x*<*-t*?rxn*-jir-ji  ���������5" We  fr  fr  -i"l"l"i������i."i"l������l"i"l"l"i"i". *-V'i"l"l"S-'ci'  fr  T.nr .e ������nd Well Lighted  sample ICuomi   Heated by Hot Air and j.lcctric  i'.eIN nnd Light in every room  Free. Iln������ Mecti All Trains  neuronal.!c Ilrttes    ^HOTBL  YIGTORIA^'  JOHN V-.-PERK.S, PrtopiiiKTOtt.  .Viuht   Grill i"������)=i in ("yiincctlun for theconvotiience of r.ncsta  rtourlv Ftr**'*t O.r  Between Hotel ������ud Station  ������US'  TO.  01 vr.mlz-ititm bn.->ine=s.  I  I  fiood Fiiday was ppiiPrnlly obf.erved  ns a hol'iilay. 'The C.P.R. shops were  shni and everybody had a cl'.anc.' to  oi'jov the lienulifiil spriiii, weather.  A fo'.lb.ill uani'' took place on the 1.111*1  tlc.b ki-iiiiikI- rt,lt' '���������'��������� ych's were very  iiniili in evtiJiMK e. while in every  direction ga.deniiiir was in propies...*  The >ervicc fit. .St. Peter's were fairly  well nit ended nititninK and evening. -  A meejint: will bi:held Monday nipht  at S o'clock in Mi*. Taylor's committee  rnii',11. in the Odclfullows' hall for the  jmrpor1. of electing a centval eorn-  mitlee and other matters connected  wilh the organization. All Liberal  ('���������ir.serva! ive . and supporters of Mr  Taylor nre invited lo attend the  im'L'iini;.  The l.nnsise l.!fh:my opera company  j!<-i-f������_: mod on Wednesday nifrht in llie  ��������� ���������pera house to n good house. The  juoirramme was one to appeal to  all lover= of bif.li class music. Miss  Lonsise Brehany was of course the  ttarof the eveniiifr, but lhe .support  was away above the nveraee. Miss  Oltca .Sehnioll. the cirl violiniit, received an ovation and \V. G. Sawlel,  the pianist, ^ave some much appreciated selections. The. scene from  Martha was well costumed nnd staged  ���������mil fairly' took the audience by storm.  ?.Ie.sis.'Taylor 'and Alilin, the enter-  prisinjr lociil inanafjers of the concert  are to he-hitfhiy co'njjriitiilated on 'the  success: of their efforts to r'ivc Revol-  sloltB a really high cla."s evening's  niW-r!...nmenl.  I'limpi'leiit civil enjreneers and olhi-r-  wi.se that the Goverumeiif. 11.oner is  expended upon some i-ysteui which  will In- ailv.intapeoiiM to the general  public, so ihnt the old system of providing mads as a special favor lo  supporlei.. of.tin: finvernment. may he  entirely di-emit in tied.  11. I'll keep tho ordinary annual  expenditure within the ordinal}*  annual revenue, in order to preserve  intact' the ciedii, of the Province,  which is its best asset..  15. To adopt a system of (. nvern-  inent. construction and operation of  railways, and imim'diately t.o proceed  with the construction of a railway on  the south side of the p'raser river,  connectiiiR the coast with lhe Kootenay district, with Ihe understanding  that unless* the oilier laihvnys now  constructed in the. Province give_ fair  connections, and make equitable joint  fieipht and passenger -.lrntigciiiciil;*,  the Province will continue ils line, to  the eastern Iloniidary of the Piovince.  Proper connection with such Kootenay  railway to be iriven to the Island of  Vancouver. With respect to other  parts of the Province, to proceed lo  Kive every portion of it railway  connection at (is early a date as po_-  sihle, the railway when constructed  to lie operated hy the ��������� Government,  through .1 Commission.  10. A railway bridge to be const! ucted in connection with the  Kootenay railway ncro������s the Frasor  river, at or near New Westminster,  and running powers' giv'eir over it  to any railway company applying for  the '-inn-, under piopor conditions.  WANTED.  I'rlvRte lionrdini* IIouvj for ft Lady.  City.  f'.ox 101,  THE I.ATKST 1IIKAS IN'  and  Suitings  Overcoatings  ************************  1*.  ���������A LOCAL INDUSTRY   4-   OF PUBLIC BENEFIT." J    4-  J THE REVELSTOKE  NEWEST AND BEST  A T_n.rf5C Rni-Kf-f>f Iinr������orti<I Woolens  select irom  J, B. Cressman....  j_^-Ahlin& C'o.'ii Old Stand.  TUB.  K. W. II. FACET, I'rop.  Prompt delivery of parceli, 1.Rg|*nge, etc.,  any r'������rt of llie City. ,  Any Kind of Transferring:  Undertaken  All r.rder-i lolt fit It. M. Smvthc'n Totmeco  . tcirc, or hy Telephone No. 1-ggB "will recoivo  pr'anid uttcntji'ii.  FEAWI LAUNDRY..     '  IS BOTH  The Pioprii-tor retjuests your  palronna" on the above f.icl*-.  First (.hiss Machinery aiul  Fiist ('lass White Help, ensures Firs I Clai-i Work. A  tiial order is solicited from  outside points, or from residents of Kevelstoke who are  not. iili*"*.idy on our li-t of  patrons.  Geo.  is.  Hogan  Proprietor.  TELEPHONE NO. 43.  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 C1C1A!. MAKERS aro  now at work with us.  Vfeto^ ��������� @05&o������  THOS. LRU.  I-ioprietor.  Repair    ,  WATCHES  CLOCKS,     *    ,''���������  '  and nil kin'ds ot Je*.cilery  If tlie   worl:   l.-i   net s-atisfiietory wo  refund your money.  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK  and slmiil by our guarantee.  We nlj-o enrrv a 1.001't line of Walciu**-.  nnd .leui-llurv,'* ivlni-li we ilivi.o.-c of nt   fr i  iiiodcrnie prieei. .-    ,        - ��������� ���������      fr '  KM. ALLUM,|  'i'lie l.eti(iin*c ���������   vs.  ,    Waiclnunker and .Jeweler.        ^  First Street, next dour to lii.ii.ii.n i*I_ee.   fr  1 iiood buslnesri 'or rebideulial  property. ��������� ������������������       -������������������.     -������������������  Kl'iltH     ���������  Uolleeted.  FAYETTE BUKER,  t>.v. tirfrf fjc-_. .i?^. ygw^ ~-&^������g/@&ei:ii>fZJ>\  .PUBLIC NOTICE  Solid* !*- hereby jtiven to lienseh'dders tlm^  nil ilry e.irtb eloseti iiuiKt Lc eleunod by Hik  city m:ivender in iiccoidiiiii-i! Tvlth tbe HctltU  I'.yliui.;  ��������� 1  * * -    .1. AY. CROP. , " ���������  *-.-.- Health Ofae������r.   .  ****************** ******* f.  AGENT...  .   SMELTER  TOWNSITE*.  % '��������� N0t.--.r7 Public.  ������ 1 Fire and Life Insurance Agent...  ***********J**************Ji   F,RST STREET,   - Revelstoke  Jas. I, Woodrow  UTGHSR  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,'  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season:...  All orders promptly tilled.  M... ^.. RBYBfcBHFQKB. B.S.  Pianos and  Organs  "TUNED AND REPAIRED  LESSONS ON  THE VIOLIN....  Tor Terms Etc., apply to  Jas. Taylor,  UNION HOTEL.  Stock Can New Be Seen.  We have .thu Best that Cau  Bought.  Be  Ifiivlni! tin1 |il|._ ot tlie Ilea. ,f:iuiadi!ui  in like, we have eliohen iliose nmde by  . THE WELLAND VALE CO.  DOMINION      ���������    .        . $40  GARDEN CITY        .      *.        S50  PERFECTION, .       .      $00  LAD IKS' OR GKXTS'  We invite lns|icetlnn or comparison.  <~\-W. M. Lawrence  Hardware. 1*in*.varc. 'Sloven.  *     .   NOTICE* ,   Notice is bereby ^iven to.pureleasers of Iota  In'iiliii-k ��������� A," Toimi of HeveMloko, otberwim  kiiuvu'iis iliu "Mnrn'Townsite Property," ttmt  all iiistalnients ou aci'Oiint of purehiuie ar* ttj  l;._ paid (o .lobn I). Kibbald, Mara Tuwnsitu  At;eiit,'a'nd to no'ollier peruon.  *    , J. A.MA11A,  IK    Till!    SL-I'ltlCMI*:   COOItT   OF    JiltlTlRlI  *       ,     *L'OI.UMIIIA.  *  In llie niatier of Tliumns ltli'liardaon, decease.).  '.   .\ and  In tlie mailer ol the "0rtleial Admiulslratori'  Aei." *   ~ *  ,   ,    *.  Hated ninth day of Mareli, A.I)., l!W).  1  Upon reudini. the. a_ISdavitn ol Alexander  Mi'lliie. Yi'iilter Scoiliuid (ioorue 8. MeCurlcr,  it In iird-.'ri'd Hint, lames lrer.uson AnnHtroiiKi  oiitcial Administrator for tlie (.'oiinty Oonrl  District nf Kootenay, shall b***AdininiHtrator ol  all and Minitular llie kimuIh,chattel*and credits  ot Tliomiis Ill"liard*.nn, deceaned, and that this '  order be published In tbo KF.v. lstoke Hkii_1.1i  m:wii}taper for one iitonlli.  [Signed]   A. J. McColl,  _*______e_g__s_i  Telephone 36.  Savage  ���������   Second Street  P.O. Box S6.  ros.  A 1.1 perioni IiiivIiik elaiius a^r.insl the above  ntiined dei'i'iwed nre required 10 rend in par-  tleiilars of their claims, duly verified, to J. K.  A nn ������t rnn-ii I'ort Steele, the Administrator,  ulibln line,nionili from this ilnm. after whloli  time tlie iiiii'l I'dnilnlhlrator will proeeed to  dbiti'lbiite llii> esliilo amonit lliope person. <>t  \\liii������o olalnis be. sluill then bnvo notlee and  said iidmiiilstraior will not. be responsible tu  any ei't'diifir tlf whose elaliit ht* shall not liav������i  Iind notti'ft at the tlmuof surh distribution.  Muled this 2_iid ilnvof March 1000.  .    fiEO. K. McCAltTKIl,  Solicitor fur the Adinlnlsiralor.  K OTICE  THE  Family Grocers  ��������� SAA'AGK BitOS. belt to inform the public  ... and tl.eir patrons that they have added a  ....choice line of FIllCSH.dltOCEKlKS to their  ....���������'lock, and are prepared to sell at close   figures for cash.  AVc still handle '  FEED AHD FARM PRODUCE  ;*..-. ���������:0Fi���������  Judicial'Sa)e of Property  : ..in Revelstoke..  I'lirsii'tint to an order of the Supreme Court  of _Jriii_h Columbia made in the matter of the.  "Judgment. Act" and In the matter of mi  action in the CountyClourtof Kootonavholden  at- Kevelstoke between Daniel lto"bcrt*-on,  plaintift. .and Samuel Nccdhaui, defendant,  dated tbe 15th day of March, 1900. thorc will bo  offered for Mile with the approval of the Itpsin* '  trar of the (.ounty Court of Kootenay holden  at. evolstolio, by Robert II. Mavno, Auctioneer,  at the Court House, Uovclstoke, on thc 21M;  day or.>������ril, liiuu, at two o'clock In the niter-  noon, all the interests ol the'defendant,  -���������uiiticl'Nu.dliiim, in all and singular, that  certain puree] or tract of land situnte in tho  (lily 01, Kevelstoke, llritish Columbia, described us Lot Number Five, in Block Number  Sixteei . ��������� in ��������� the f.ovcrnmcnt Townsite of ���������  Kevelstoke, according-to a plan tbcrcoi  iippr .Add and confirmed at Ottawa by Kdouard  I)cvillc{ .urvt!)or General of Dominion Lands,  "'      '*' " tbercon for   .500 and-   BuildliiK  registered  -uhfectto a" inortjrape  Interest, in  iavor of the Provincial Buildlnc  ' ssociation of Toronto, registered  18'JD, in char .eBook 15, Folio 1833,  All I'urcha=ea delivered free of Charge,  fresh supply of fish every morning.  Careful attention.  Prompt delivery  nml i.oan Association of Toronto,  on Jinie 0th, 18'JD, in char ire Book 15,  in thc Hand Reuistrv. oflice at Victoria. The  said sale will be made to satisfy a Judgment  oblHincH bv >-aid plaintiff against the defendant for fill.20 and subsequent costs taxed and  added t<> said judgment amounting to f34.%,  and the costs of and incidental to said sale.  The i-aid Judgment was registered on lhe 2Cth  July.. _i_>9, and on thc Gth March, 1900. On the  property 15 a frame dwelling said to be In good .  *rej>ivir. 1 TcrmV and conditions may be ascertained "on application to Geo. a. JUcCnrtcr,  Solicitor for plaintiff, or ������o.  *  . .      ._       .KUKIJ FRASKR,. ,  .   P.dj!s.tr.irof the County Court of Kootenay,   *  -   ... -     .'    holden at RcTelntoke.  ��������� Dated this 5th day ojf April, IMC.    A_>. o-^t^-?.   '  I  ���������i

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