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Revelstoke Herald May 4, 1900

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 ��������� -1w:'I***tH  \te? V-* V IH 1  ���������     *4  .il^  EL������^  /<p  ��������� 4' 1' V l4. *w-^ *-  18 X  ta $  nl _.    '*'*'**���������       - .*'  Jmacuaatq  J&maaiy       Q  /   > /  6'  &  Vu'.   IV.    No  -ISSTJETJ)   TV^IOE-_A.-^^E]ET^~-TTjr_H3STJ_A_.ir'3   Ji.JST������3   PRIDAYS-  ki o    3 6  REVELSTOKE.B. C��������� FRIDAY,'   MAY  4, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in. Advance.  1  I  _  k  1*  I  with on  5_^j \^' V/ ^J. fc->  Yards  '������K?*>:*.*'^_.t'.'.*s^^ (?&&&&&&&������>&��������������� p.v-jpp*&������.v&&&&:P*&' J  "El Al*  ^_ ii K w a*A  :*3_������*:_. C-SSt^^ < i  r������**_ii_;si-_iT������*E_^n^j-sBravioara'Kira_iTi_)_iis^^^  BERAL-CONSERTATIVE MEETING  Ton.- v.  '. !���������'��������� ;'���������'i r.i  I-.!:  A  Grand  Reception to Mr. Wilson, the   Leader  of the   Party  and the Local Candidate, Mr. Taylor.  i  h..**. .lid  t*!* 1 V. I*.  i'll'l.  t.'ii'im il  eli.i.i".t  L'l ind iin'n  ���������Hid    *  t! ��������������� .**. i*i  It   J.M*  i.i* I,*  pilW   I*.  li.e  iih   a  *  ".'  '...im'.  -J.u Im  I. I ll l l'l'  .ts Saturday.  from  a,  11  Eoiirne's,  over "Mr*  ���������v- y~i ,r-jt  Ho Saturday  Special bar-  tore grouped  havo of  and our methods better known  to the buying' public.   These seasonable bai gains  trade  It's  one.  way we  should win us & host .of new friends J  at 9&o pet  hite  And so it is. probably the lowe'sf, price nt wliich such a  of White Cotton has   ever   been   oilered.      It's liie way, we have just  "ot of ������������������mill ends" of a large ('otton Company to grout advantage"  and clodded to pa-s it vigilt out of our hands at this ncxt-to-iiothiug rate lor Sutur-  5o,coo Yards, in all lengths, of from  5  to   io Yards, all 36 inches wide, full   -  bjeach and   fine   round thread���������the regular twelve-and a half cent, quality,  'ihe lengths will not be cut.   Saturday's price���������9c.  14  QT w  TOT  c  ���������.BiriaH*tv^������I__l?vn-liB*������*TiT*aTTOr.._Li in iiMrrmrymrrnxyftmi  We've phvinied a very " paying " list for 3011 if you conic to- make  your choic-.* hel'-n'e the quantity on hand are'.i 11 pone.' The.variety  of goods thus offered ineludcs nearly all, the Spring-styles in vogue  ���������ind you'U be"delighted with .'ths'high values, but come" early..to be  sure-oi  si  theii).  Five pieces new.Spring- colorings,   A*" nzon   cloth-suilings, pure  wool, ii ineh'.-s wide; with correct weight for Spiing eostiiiries��������� "  Si-eeial : _ L_ :     *       , 1 $ 1.00  ]dcC"._   new- black. fancy   fabrics,   silk  and   Moh'.di',  raised  eneoi?'. be-iutil'iiUy,finished, sint.ll and large   deiiisjiis,   l";i-t 'black."  This uiateiial will make n'jNobby Skirt or handsome drets, 42 ih.  wide.��������� Spei-iiil : '  QQQ ���������  1 Shipment  l*o 111f.1i'  popular  I'liiii  corn.***, from Llu-" maker  aimi'.    Ah  this* Ih  Lliu  Ir\ =-t   of these  we expect, to reieivc it will be wise to  : ipln set' !li'*5-i' mi  b itui'iiiiy.   Ti'ii  lib 11"-ne'w mu-iins. width SO "niche-.      Tisi' stylesare  ii.ni.i :ii.n I)    il.iinl.v   iii.iuy   sin.-ill   spills   .mil    lil.lk'  liaiiic.l ii.illi'ii.'.   1l1.it  .in;  ;il*.*..iys  ivinilwl, for chil-  tj 1 -i��������� 1.'.-, w'f.-1v: ib 1 -0 1 i 1 iJi*u ������vy plain  -*iiu'i  fancy sli ipscl  1. oi* 1 oloieil _ci*nniiilsT_^i'ilT,Mit!.fl_s'wa.-,hiiiK"  .-.!'.i"i L- ii similar. l.b������ii}ili iiiFi*i*iin.- iju.ilitv.  On1.' i-pueirtl priie lou  UT3-to-Dat������  Guaranteed  Kid Gloves  Ki'Wi'st. .sh.iili'S, pi-i'tliesL sLyi.*.*-.- liiniml In u*;\'i' i-n'-  (lilriiift hiilisfni tmri. JCiiciii'.'.li ilirtvi-i'iifc pii'*iiij^s to  lit- sin*'-, of���������jn*-t. llu- bly'u' .1 ml iju llily -yon pivfi'i* and  no pos-iliility ol'ilissa*_isi',ii*tiu:i i.i'i-.risi' oln ucn.ii-.ttil*.*cs  Kill's Willi en h.p.iir. Tlin.-i' ulio liiivc kIuvu  Im* ii.il in iltiy Ol* any nilifi ilay t-.i ri i lir,o-i< I),  the lini'st iind mosl vaiii'il si'lci'lions und yd ,il inosl.  ituiiliii'iile. cost.  ^MiiriiiM,*,;     \gi  nvij  lu't'ilh   (S  li'iv   from   ^  idvantiige lo  .ii sx'vi our  ���������j piiees befure purch sin a e!>e-  5  where.   Our Win.iow shades  and  und  :Tl  ;ii  n  r,o.  ���������.."i^-*.- ii-ju.-.^:*  Jt.   lire     \\QW  ���������.^'t.rZA'^-J3>l*S2SZXZ!.  ii *--._  V_-_i  '���������''     *t?i .f^c  w '/1  >���������   i  k.*  <kf     t___J  Nn Tri'.iiiiii'.ii' ?" iipprnpi'liil i' foi* \i .n*m ,\\ eulliel' wear  ,i'������ tin- 11:0s1, mill',* iTiuly In wi'iiv H.iilov II.ils. .uid this  e.'.imiii Uii'V al**.' _,*nui������j to Iil- more populiu* than bvc*.  XVo iH'vi't* Iiml "11 lav*,'*.' 11 hi nek oi- so many varieties  a*, now. All tin- coiid-t Anwi-iinn .styl������s we litre  iin.l piit,*H& tJi-iL will please yon if iuiyth:iip[,wiH.  for 60c,  ll*V.  Brussel  s  iNotati   evevy  Im!, a spoci.il WodiiL'-diiy  iiri'ii-inn. 1 ii.il* will' l'i*iii({ many a pi mli'iiL Imyi-r ln-re  nl ci;*lii 1 i'i liii'U. Tin- w.iviiiK is ������'*ll wnilli .*ippi*opi*i-  iiliiii. ivii'*!lii*i* 1111 tin' lii'iKi-i'N oro tliu Union ciivni'l,  anil s-plci.iliil oil tlolh mliiclmn cnni''.. up thi- diirer-  i-ni'i* lietivci-n the ii-riiIiU' ami she Satin-day pi-ice*! on  wlnil. yon iH't'il and i.oiue eailv enoiiKli lo inake it  vim -.  ii.0   Y.-ivilx   Kni;lish  Bi-nssels   of  clir.icB dr������ic;ii  nnd  i*o!o;*:.iiLV -j.ni...*-,'\\oi*tli 7(.'c. anil 73c. to clc.ir Satin-day  We arc u\\;\\y;=.(j:\ L:.e top in  this line; being the hoi'viorit  p'ui'ch'.iBGrs we c.muflbi'd the  {���������ljl)<0t?!it   ,uU i^ si liie  lowest  per ;  ���������ml al..  .eou.  |������B.VI������ ***���������=-  1 R.'i-.M Li*.  I  C2P-.".<V.  .'- ���������.."._ ;-"^*CL'if-*-v*vtf*r^���������i*.. v**"*  fli.'i. iii ;i I-cdiac;*; Vei  I'.has no equal In llie  ���������*!*r:'e p:it':?.*ji_ will con-  Ono Iliinrtri'd .mil I-'iflv V.uds S.*.l)fi* union Heversl-  bio Oiirpi't, W iiiciii's wide: nfiill l'-iiiaa of all that ia  iipwes, in di's-iitii". iimlcolr!i*in:rhsnital*-lL' for hi'ilrooms  3-ti^ul.ir pricu 4531.-.: Spi'dul for Batunlay pur yard  nt.' ' *3������c  Two 11 nndii-.l Sniwru Vaids Exira. Iluavy Cimidian  Oil Cloih, nil widths up to 'I yard?, in new floia! and  liliuk de-simi*-���������a splendid weariiiK doth���������worth 50c.  Speci.ii fin- Hntni-flay per yard at* 40u  Ladies'Freni h Kid Ulnvi"!. lino ijnalily, ''lunvus"  festoon =-ewin^, -iiis-i't liiiiri-r*-. ihire si land, newest  eniliroidery. in while and liliiel*. well-:. '<! ilome .fastener., nil new shades, in tans and hiiioks, and every  pair iiinii'iinLt'bd.    Per pair  $1._!5  Ij-idieV Fine French Kid Ulovos. P.nis point, eniliroidery liac-ks. self well and rum act. lingers, 2 dome  fasteners.    Special per pair ." $1 00  Plain or  Fancy Stocking's   L  All the new ar.d pretty ideal for Hummer lloiiery  nre on hand and no lid ter time for rhnosii.-jr them  than now lielVne any of the ino.ii, pleasinu; lines nre  exhiiiibieil. Yon will Iind many popular styles in  hoth cotton and lisle and reii.ililc line.-, ol Onsliiiieri*!  for lliiise who prelei* them. Ssoinu few desfriptiotts  will inlerest, you.  Ladies'Lace Ankle and All Over ]vn*e Li-le. Tliraad  Hope, very Iiilest'desi'/iis, -mucinl heei and toe. liei ilii-  -    - -      - -      -  ��������� (j^.  heel  tine  .2_u  ilnrf cItp.   Special  o  r,adies'riaii: Hlnpk Lisle TiiriMil  liose.  dimMe  ami tne, full   fashioned. lteriii-siliiM' Dye.  eslrn  qiiiility and finish.   Extra Special Value   Liidies' L.ue Ankle nnd Fancy All-Over Drop Stitch  Black Cotton Llose. made uf extra line Muco Tlneail  Yam, new ilesii.1!*-*. douhle lu-el mid toe, Hernindorf  dye.   Special nl :53c. or three pairs for , r. .''.'($1 00  1 v i  Ladies' Piiiiii Black C aslmierc Hose, don hie heel and  tne. full f.-iehiimeJ. enodl medium weip;hl. at IJoe. oi 3  pairs for ''.' SL.OO.  .... * .. * -. . ��������� 'IT!  all I*."/era >"f K������3-i T4J.  Usm ur\i.a  h*s3  V      *'"V.,���������  f '! ������    '! "' f ���������  W4.  ���������tAJ  O  The gntheriiiK in the opera house  which assembled to meet Mr. Cluu-Ies  Wilson nnd Mr. Thos. Taylor on Wednesday night surpassed anything in  the way of 11 political ineeliiiK yet seen  in this place. The eity hand turned  out and drove around town tendering  an excellent programme as a pielimin-  ���������i iv invit'ilion to lite citizens lo attend.  The response exceeded the bust anticipations ot thu Liberal-Conservative  workers, the opera bouse being well  filled both iu the gallery and on the  floor. Th������ remarks of the. speakers.  Messrs. Thos. Taylor, Charles Wilson  and Stuart Livingstone, were received  with the greatest, interest mill attention and were frequently interrupted  hy prolonged applnnne.  ���������Mr. A. McLaughlin, president of the  Lihefrii-Conservative association, presided over the meeting anil commenced by calling on Mr. Thos. Taylor,who  commenced   his   maiden    speech    in  R'jv'elstoke by a few remarks on the  political situation.   He said that this  was the first time an effort bad been  made to contest an election in  British  Columbia on party lines. ' He thought  the Conservative party had fallen  on  an   opportune   moment   in    drawing  party lines at the present juncture of  political chaos, from which he expected  that it   would redeem the  province.  Up to 1898 the province had enjoyed a  fair measure of peace and prosperity.  Two parties of nearly equal strength  had then been returned.   The Semlin  Kovernment   had   held   the   reins   of  oliicu for a session and u half and then  Mr. Martin had been called   upon to  form a .cabinet which after considerable,  delay   had   h^di   done   without  much credit to the country.    He expected that the platform of the Liheral-  Con.servalive party would he fully discussed hy Mr, Wilson and he himself  would ask Ieiive to go into local issues  at some f.jture occasion.   He would,  however, deal with Mr, Martin's criticism of his position.   Mr. Martin  had  accused him of being an  opponent of  the eight hour law.    He wanted to say  that he. was a firm   supporter  of   the  eight hour law and would not endorse  or belong to any~politic.il party which  did not honestly and heartily support  it as well.     As for   Mr.   Martin, that  gentleman would be quite   willing   to  wipe it off the statute hook, if 11 majority of "the electors, many of .whom  were   not    interested    at   nil.   voted  against.it.   He did not nt all approve  of any scheme of submitting 'the  law  Id a plebiscite of the electors, for the  reason   that  if  this   were   done, the  eight hour law, would in  his opinion,  stand a chance of  heing defeated   by  votes of people, who hurt  no concern  in it.   With rcgiu-d to building roads  ami trails, lie would, if elected, act rs  fairly and impartially us could  possibly be done to every pint of the riding,  lie hoped  to meet   the  electors  and  discus's this and other local matters at  and early date.    (Applause.)  Mr. Charles Wilson, who was next  introduced, prefaced his remarks bv  referring to the fact that he had  already fully expressed hi3 views on  the party line question before in  "Revelstoke- on���������the���������oceasion-rof-^Sir  Charles Tapper's visit." Ho would like  however to notice one tiling. He saw  that it had been stated in Kevelstoke  by Mr. Martin that Sir Hililicrt Tupper  had fathered the introduction of paitv  lines into provincial politics with the  sole object, of helping to place his  father iu power at Ottawa. But he  wanted to say in the Hist place th-it  the credit of this new departure was  not due 10 Sir Hibhert Tupper alone  and secondly lhat the object stated  by Mr. Martin was not the solo object  in view or even liv any means the  principal object. Tho object of the  Liberal-Conservative convention in  plnrinir the party lines plank in their  New Westminster platform was the  advancement* of good government in  the province. He invited the attenliuu  nf the audience to the words of the  platform itself :  "True lo tbe maxim of our pat ty.  by the parly, with tho party hut for  the    country,    Ihe    Interests  of  British   Columbia shall  he paramount, regardless of the political  complexion of the Federal cabinet."  That was one of the cardinal planks  in   lhe  plat form  and   it  was   tjffxtv  intended by the introduction o_h piirty  lines that the inter^s.tu uf'the province  should be h^Iku'**. ilia ted to those of auy  party in the Dominion House.   As n  party, the Liberal-Conservative party  in the province iu this election   stood  in  a peculiar position.    It  had  Uu  alliances, no entangleinewts^  H'.VS S,W."  port from the coi^ PJCC'Wj pp!" p-Hi'ty  funds, no at^nitiea Willi, any ot   the  ft^ftiCkng, wfyiK'h hatli ruled th������ proivince*  iu. tlie past..   I^e wished  to  acknowledge th,<? support given him  by   the  press ot- K,eveUtoke. from  whieh  he  had received a faivev  measure  than  from any othev paper in the country.  This support was all thu more valuable  in as much as it  was  not subsidised  support, tint wan accorded tyini ������������������������"  indenendent newspaper <-"������������������ .,y an  it believed tllttt *** .���������eiy because  pai'tw      "       . uM platform  of  the.  it      carried     out.'     would  . prove beneficial to the  best- intwwts  of the province.   However  as le. del  ���������ofthepaitv he had   one  advantage.  He had no'explaniittons to make, no  Victoria than one rf Iho composite  and heterogeneous nir.iiigumeiiii  which had ruled the piovino-' in the  past, But of course he would still very  much rather prefer to see a -.inlife  government of n Conservative complexion. ,**  Never he thought in the history ol  constitutional government had constitutional usage been so violated as it  had been by recent events, which had  transpired in tliis piovince, lie submitted that il was entitely contrary  to constitutional usage for" the Lieutenant. Governor to call upon a gentleman without following in ihe country  or the conlldence ol the. house, toforili  a cabinet. It was contrary to all  the principles of representative  government, lor it mn-l be reiiiemiiei-  ed that these men, who had passed an  almost unanimous vote of want of  conlldence iu Mr. Martin were our  representatives, and he lurlher considered it a most signilicant fact that one  of the two members, who did not vol  for that want of confidence resolution  was Mr. Jas. Diuisnmir. It win for  theelectois to decide at ihe approaching election whether they appiovcd of  this course of conduct or whether they  disapproved of il and intended lo visit  their disapproval 011 the heads of the  Lieutenant Governor and his piesunt  constitutional advisers. It was even  sugpested further that tin. vei y  cabinet which Mr. Mai tin hail formed  was really a sham intended to tlnow  dust in the eyes of the people and lhat  two members of it were really only  keeping warm their positions in the  cabinet for others, who intended to  join Mr. Martin's cabinet, if he  succeeded in getting to power but had  not the courage to come forward and  openly support him at thu piesent  ���������'uncture.  The real difficulty was the opposition  of the country to the present government was so gi eat lhat itcould not combine its forces. It. had been suggested  that all parties would have to unite in  one effort to overthrow it. But ihei e  was nothing so very heroic about the  Martin administration ���������!������ all tli.it and  in his opinion the great Liberal-Conservative-party was peifectly competent to deal with: the crisis at  piesent before them. Hut for all that,  while Mr. Martin w..s a. believer iii  p.uty lines, lie himself was satisfied  that the Conservatives would gather  at this election a large increase of  foicefrom Mr. Martin's own paity and  Conservatives 'should _ rejoice to  acknowledge the services of these  Libeinls, who had risen above parly  considerations in order to show their  feeling of disapproval with .regard to  the conduct of tlie Lieutenant-Governor and his present advisers.  To return lo the various platforms  before the electorate, Mr. Cotton, the  leader of the so-styled provincial parly  tells us in liis manifesto Iliac .-ill  pledges mado by that party up to '93  had lieen kept iu the legislation of "0U.  If they had confined them.-elves to  their pledges the country would be a  greater deal better off. Out nt that  legislation no fewer than 10 hills had  lieen disallowed by the Dominion  Government. There were two reasons  for disallowance, either I e.-anse the  measure was beyond the power of the  province to enact ur else was oppo.-ed  to some great principle of Federal or  Imperial policy. Because, in his  opinion, it was tlie duty of a provincial ministry to know what powers il  had of had not, and also it, was it-  duty to let-ognixe the fact that we  helonjJt to a great confedei ation and u  great empire and also in make soiii.-  sacrilicelort.be common good of the  greater whole to which we b.*lmi.or.  Take three of their nio.-t important  measures. The Alien I'Jschtaiou Act,  the Eight-Hour L-iw ami the Tin reus  System Act. The first they now were  willing to repeal. The second Mr.  Martin was willing to refer to a plehi-  .eile*r=*-=J-The third-had-been disallowed  1.1   1 ne  i" 1..I-.  I  tllpl.i  ill*    l Villi ���������   |. t-L   -wi K  'it.   t li.e  au.,y  -!..*'ii-C>nvei'iu*i-in-  1.1 1! e -*.ih*.i.*inr.ve  iw."     Within    th-  :- Hon-*)!' h.ul made  ���������,',-i- ol   i:i-.  P.-.1.VI-   to   1, no   a   -ji-ei.d  wan ml In en liiji*. ;_ ml'ii-id- io  go  to  his c.ni-titt:iM_'v wilh a sipu  of yLOO!)  to   crisli ucl    :;   cetl.iln   f. link   mad.  KeritN-s*:..* in id,, ti.  h;*--, Ifonoi   in sign  thioi* ju-t -ui li i.lhi-i'-peci.tl  warrants  as thi-, had   foi meil   a 'u\i*-oii   li.r   liis  di-ini-.-al of Mr. Seiiiliu.     Whv wim it,  tha: what v.a-, uni*:ivful in Oil'ober'Oil  hail-mlileoly hiTooie lawful  in  Apiil  11.50?   Or was it Ihil alter  his  Honor  had   exert iseil   ihii   nower     for    the  henelii of Mr. M >r_'m iliat it was to be  tal;.-n away lo ]ii*,*.\etil hi- exeici-iug  il for the  IieiH'.'it  of .my sMeceeding  .���������idinilii'.tl.ilint*.'*-'  With ivguil to th.' tVii.r-rv.itivo  pl.itfium -���������.> far .: . !u* .������������������id she gentlemen who folli.v.tii l.'ni -ai'i*.- concerned, they prnpr.-i-u to .u'lheie to  every single plaid: in it. i.i'di-irihu-  tion was a topic not mentioned in the  plat foi m bi-fause al the time it was  fin mod it was expected thai the Semlin  government would last, out its four  yeais iinii that a census baling been  taken before thai period e\pi:ed. llie  late ministry would have been able lo  put. before the people some 1 easonahle  scheme of redistribution. Hi. own  views on this .--iihj"ct weie not the  same* as Mr. Martin's. He pmposed  no lepreseiilalion of land 01 monev.  but solely of the people. The best  scheme or redistribution would be one  h.ised as neatly a**: possible on population with tlie modification that in the  case of so-owing communities lheir  representation should be increased  over those which for some yeais past  hud shewn themselves to he stationat v  or almost so. By snih a plan the  people would obtain a proper representation in the legislature.  With reg.i'.d to wagon roads and  trails   he    would   make   no  .-   ..-   promise  bearing on local  demands.    He   could  however, suggest thai he would do his  best, to see curried   out some ot the  local requirements for opening  up tlie  mining country to the north of Kevelstoke. Ue was no stranger to that section. Had worked then-* himself and had  a lively ieco!!������ct:oii  of the  Big  Rend  mineral district ".ind was of tin*'opinion  lhat il .vas a  mineral  area  of   milch  vaster   extent     than     was   uenerally  iiniigiried.    lie would Consider hitiiseff  tU-relictin duty il he tetuspd  to assist  in     opening .up     a   lountty   which,  together wilh the L*irdr.,in, would one  day form a prime factor in making the  ���������-���������oustituency one of the -ccreatest and  most iiupnitni'.t In  British  Columbia.  In    his  opinion   the    itoverniiient.  ownership   of   railways    was   a good  plank in any platform,  but it. was a  ���������subject which  had  to  he approached  in >i calm and businesslike spirit.     He  himself had lhe most abidini; faith in  ��������� be power 0/the  province to build a  coast   lo   Kootenay   railnav  or any-  other public*   work   conducive to the  public benefit.    At the same time it -  must be remembered that the borrowing of monev involved the payment of  interest.     Borrow,   ho:row, "hottow.  could have but one end nnd that was  pay. pay, p-n*.     He knew the difficulties of the proposed r.-iilwav  proj������c( by  personal observation and fully recognized ihe difficulties in its  wav,  difficulties which could nut  be   overcome  by talk,   hut    onlv    hv    work.    He  proposed   to   find   ont " what    those  difficulties    amounted    to    and   the   -  probable cost   of  sm mounting  them '  and then  to ask   the  people  if  tbey  were willing to   incur   the inevitable  co-it._  If   they   were   he  helieved the  vrovinrp was fullv competent to   get  the monev bv  pledeing  its credit for  he p.trj-o e of carrvino; out n feasibl  and well ihoisuiit ont "-theme.     But to  Htiuir.pt to   bnrtnw   t*ie   money    on  ! ::nvihinf: els!, would be only  lo "invite  f.-.ilure ond dis-istcr.  With repiid io the eic.h'*_ hour law,  unlike Mr. Col ton, who -laid it was  "merely a quest ion of wages, than  which no iiinro dansn-iniis principle  could possibly im enunciated, and  unlike Mi-. Mai tin. who wanted to  shiik the  re-po'.isibilil.y hv    referring  ...       ^     "."."." ". '   1        *:{"y-~._it���������lo��������� .-r^-plebisciri-T-*"!li"��������� Conservative-  These men with such . record ������s this pa,t>-'lioldly faced the i-.s,ie. So far ;x%  weru now asking Iheelecloriite to give . ,.., ���������. .��������� ,;.,,.,...1���������,1 ���������,.���������., p -o-nVap-v-p  them n furtheropportnnity loil.-credit j ;nGRT TO01 A* U'TOFN'T  and render ridiculous the pnn ince in \y0ULD STAND until alfthe parties  lhe eyes of the Dominion. in.eiesr-d asked eilher  to ���������  its repeal  tn Mr. Martin splaltoi 11.  hi-  iaeiige,,,.   inodi|,r.llioiK    y^nile   deprecating  o leeimcl the anti-Mongohan cl.o.-e--, , tlR. Illet.Mlflv bv ���������.,,,..,,  Uie Gnaetnient  it disallowed, brought up the nnport-   hml , stained. 5LiH ,.������.  that  eriact-  ant   queslionot  Mongolian   iMinngra; | n���������,nt n,^   f(ll.   )h       i)P.10*Jit     of    the  lion.    These clauses had been inserted 1  ' worker,   he  in all the acts of the legislature or   sm, j ���������,.,.,,.,..���������} .���������  conferring any special  privileges^ and | Uu-ir philfor.n  imposed in  the  event ot any 01 ihe ; t.ni,sisienllv  corpor'itions enjoying these _ benefit���������;{    Mr."- \Vil"*������on  and    hi*  stand   bv  fairlv,  party were  i lie plank in  honestly   and  the fii 111 "mientionof ihep 1: tv to oan-y  out, r.nd if so. to ssiopoi t Mr. Taylor  .*���������.-. n niemhei- cf lhe pally plpdge'd to  uphold it.   tl-or.ii .���������tpnl.-ui-fi).  u; his seil. Mr.  .*.*���������-   intindiii'ed.  '.Vil-ou 1 ik-  ."incrsii  lays imprisonment  on   its   seivrml*v>  Both  Mr.   Mnttiii   and    Mr.    Coiuia  iwojKised to recliacl these clauses. Foi  his   pari   he  confessed   that  on  this  Chinese quest ion he had listened  ;,. ai    q,, Vl  great ileal of th" idlest  noiisev..<*  *,'v,'i'! Sm i-t    f*  utleixil.   Hut. he ch.illensKl anyone .0 j ;.���������,, ^.lV|.-f ,���������. :M���������,il.I),,. . ��������� ���������    ���������ffePlive  piodnceany real aim .-ttecl.ve legt-ui-   .���������,,, v....,lil  . ���������.j,;,.u.��������� ���������- ;,f,. Mat tin's  lion which   hud evw been   pa^'-itn .,,���������,;.;,.���������, ,,���������.7���������,..      ^   .        , f ,,  check   the  evils, complained of. 'The | J,.lllalks     wltitl.   \v���������u.     frPqnelU,y  remeily    .ljwh lw  piopn-e.l  .nis om- j i.n,.,.-,,^,.,! hv .-f,,-;,-,,.,. f,n(] hUghter,  which, the-people had an absolute u-.hl   vr,t(.. ()f tiWc  fe.  ^J ,a    * M  Umafly.     Siiiu; .1 mo.ig the subjects !V(.r;),in    f        n^si'ding  and   to  e^l.isivelycomiii.lle.U,.  the   Dou....- j v���������.,.,,    w;,sfl j Uv,nj^lone  the  ton government   is thai of ahc-us.  \i > _,WIlkMS   flf   ������������������.  oveninir." and    the  was idle nonsense 10 attempt li. i,y;.,l,:   ,���������,���������.. ���������      Xmik ,      fa ,  the   terms ot Confedeuaion.. nml  ho 5 ,.!,���������,,,.,.   .,,,,���������)   .,    firv,,..       ���������      ^."<-������^y������  declined to talk mwiulaylrap.    It -aas , wi!--;,*;) iU\i\ yiv, Tavlc  ���������.piece  for  Mr,  i  ! brave mmm K'.shiahdebs  \ 3a*ror.*;t   Char**'--.   >._  \ml 7V.rr.=*.'. ���������._-.<���������.--.  L'l.VU.lS./I :\*  domestic entanglements, miseries  useless   U\   ti^iX   (>v-   "legislate   i-.v ej:  within    leiti.iu   known    iVsti-ii-tboi*  Tille._->on.iiHiou had exclusive iiiii-tic |.  tion over aliens. bnt."on the oilier lianri J  the pi'oviu .<.' had exehv-ive jui-isdir1. mn j  ovev properl y anil civil right- wit hit.,  the     ptruviiu-o.    In     this     I'-gl*..     ihe1  province tiaild deal with this q.ie-.lso'*'  and he pioposert to do it  in   (lii������  .;.,% .;  Whenever a company asjii.*-*-'   ^,. j...  latme for spe< ial pi*iv:'       ���������" |;c *.A-.'  K".-- U" loufeiiin-^ui), prl  I.-** ^.11   the     company    a-    *���������;���������������-; ���������p.,ww.    :l..tl      iiity  ...uilly done with an uiiti-Jl" VK^;;;|������; bavniKluM ,,,- 2o0 of Uw  ,.,,���������,���������. tiicUedmi.^mt^^ iheh     ,^r.^ev.     Capt  his  Honoi" imti! Xnwse ordered his men tro f're havonets  .* 1,   ,,���������.,���������*.   m   tr,    h:u>   Gordoa*.   rr.sh'.*-u ������it   <hu   >-.K*my   and  tiaiiv   upon   such   terms  as   10    o.������ -  ilinuld seem fit. anA ths'n the t-e-pooai- ?wep', ths- hv.-.iy with ������;i,- vl -laughter.  bility to making the tei-ms tilth a=| Capt. Xowse was blii-ded in both.-ye*-,  would be satisfactory to the people, (iwt. Broadw*.������K'-- civ.i'iy bfi:Mil������  mild rest on his ministers, who wei-e-has   leaehi-d   I-.ii'i|.ii������.n!eii'.    G"ue'a.  S,*.Vch.   a j Har.siltou is- bivo*.: u :ug ��������� '_ _:uol������b'���������"���������  ay   ~ii--7  Gordons  'Into Victory.  -Th" 1'oiio-v'mg from  "...si "Tii'Ki >".hn I'i lb.**> Daily Xews :    "In  ���������| yooff-i day's flanking tnivumeat. C.ipt.  Gordons    were  -roy, who  inCouncil.th.it  is 10 h'.s  tl.miw n������t.  tninisters responsible to ihe  P^V'1*-������'J and chntg_.     V/ilL  v.-i'.l   - r.eeis   the  i-i'i-taiti  Dfivi eg-^s to the in.n-i .  iiiiaiu v\l .'^   .    1.:... I Gordoa*.  rr.sh'.*-u  tninister  grant  -^������*-..-2i_i_iA-*_.j. ���������'-' rs.t>^&^,wp&&?:P.&������>&:tiri?-t'jtjp?:Pffi-& :tttt&att4<Gtt���������4F���������4&a<&*t&tfe r&^#^&jp.p-.s#-j:-j?:2P?-*S'*>*-P*i.**?'.  51  ai  .-J-'}M  - i\  .5" I  -:1  'M  ���������" -t  -_j  i ���������Kc-veisioke'  Hera id  Published  in   the   interest's   i C  UcVcliiorvc.   I_.ar._-duu,   i_iy   !_.-*ui,  '"'r.iiii  L___lve,    1...CU, .*,*, ..ci,    AlSjcl'l    l.'..l!_ -ill,  Joruuii     _.-*iu-._>     und     Kayis*  PusS    .L/..SU1CIS  _V.   JOHNSON     ���������    ���������    I'JiUflilJ-JTlj:!  A   aeiiil--Weekly   Journal,   |iuiiiia!i,-,j  ���������--  --*���������    ---.*i.cl'i.sls    ist      i,ul'*jl_Lgi,_       uji_  V-A'.surroiiauHis    disirlciji,    \. 1-ui.i.s-  >_rsv.i   and   Saturuays,   wuuir..j   -.u..._.._  .-..i.i-L-cuuns   wun   uil   ir.iius.  Advertising   Kates:        JJisplay   ads,  ll.iin pur men, singm column, ���������*>_: DO pur  niche when inserted on lule iia^e.  uri_al aura, lue jjer ir.uii i...oi.!-������.iiis*ii  line lor ni'sl iiiseriiun; 5e lor eael  u.Jitloiiar iuseruoii. UeaiJin^* nonces,  lus per line eiic'i issue, i-iu-lli. Aim-.  Huge and   Dfnin   JiolieeS,   tree.  auoscripiiun Kales: By mail or  earner, *>:; p������r annum;. ?1.__ l'o:* six  ii'iunins,  strictly  iir advance. ,        ���������,    ...  OurrJob.IX-pariineni. IHi! JIKUAI.P j Cor.'.ii.on   u.oi'.ilily   was     buck  of  in.' !  Job   Department   is   one   of   iln_     best ' J i  equipped   prlniinsi     olllces     in   Wi-sc ! beginning of   it,   but  l'usliiun  made'il ]  Koou-iiay,��������� aim  is  prepared  lo --Xeoute    p.cvaii.       And   oiuy   in   a   very   ;'_w  ill   kinds   of    priamiij     in . lirsi   class       . J '  ,-iyie hi lionesi prices. O.ie price io ernes J1113 the law been invoK-.il as j  ill. No job too mi-Be���������none tuu small an a.d. And so ..ilh the lasluon of'  ���������lor    us.      .Mail   oruers   pronipily   ut-  *.������������':u*!ii_; dean  turns o,i mas.   i ,1 _ _;���������:'.-,  SPUING HATS  A  gentleman  named  Lncey  has    a  b!il before'til..* U.S. Congress to* ti.bc.l-������������������     i*,.*.-* .u^.iu  isli   the   v.* curing    of   bmls   in   hats. | [;';' /.'';.;,'.'''_',  'i'liie souras io bo one of  Hie vufcvius ;   ���������' '.i���������J__,   .  thin is oui'ii  i_e,__ achieved  by  1.10..-I       - >���������������������������*  su..c,i-ii   ifi.n-_.-i-   i!i:;ii   by   u._l:, 01   ,,.,.-    ���������..."I"',"," ���������'...'"'  Iiniiun..     Tho   i.iu.itro   lull   n.._,n_i   i._        -   -���������   --  ..ii   u.*vii .-.ijilo.     I;   is   oiuy   v, nuin   tl,..    '...'.),"_.'.,.'..,  I.ibl  five   or  ���������*.;.*:   year*,   .':���������:*.    ;.    .*.,..���������          l.a*_.3_i'.o   the   l'...s:.ion     lor   \-...i..ui   ,.t .'"'".'*."   ilie   thutiii-o   to   remove    hji*  *.*hiciV_,_ |  ..lory.    V;-t   il   is   iuo   l_'.dliii_i:i   today, i  l'or a woman  to retain  her lnu ik,\v j  is   im   lulvuiiihOiuunL   oi   her   |uuv!_i-  cii'.iisin,   *.o   say   liulliiu"   of   her   . 11-  brccdiug.     Tlie     woiii.ni     viiu   im;e.i  on   lie   hat    dees     eum.cn;iisly     tlie '  correei   iliins.   in:;     "sniurl"     *.hin...  The Feet of the Young IVJen  ������^*??_������S!!S w������������j i ti"UM������ua  1I.-1..SU     ,*v  tended   to.     Give *-'us  a   trial   on   your  lleXl   order.  To correspoudiriits: We iiiwtu correspondence oil miy subject ol I inures i to li.e general public, mil JeJli'e  a reliable col lespoiiuelil in eve. y lu-  L-.iiliy   surouiidnitf   JleVeisloke.      In   all  cuses    liie    bona    flue . iiuiiiu      of      llie      --_,   uriier   must   accompany   iiianuss'i'ipt,     |j ,.,.   iqvl-i  Ciul   nol   neuessuriiy 'lor  pubilcallon.  Address  all  communications  KKVKLSTGKK    J-iKi:AJ-D  *.. o ���������  union seyuis to huvu ami v,*noru il  oiiijln io ail, on uiu t'ojd uio.i.. ot  woman liLi'.uif. A uMiiuu tit me  sii.mik millinery miVLTiiseiiieius  oiiyni io eluer the heai't of every  llaully  evur  nuve   bn d.-  illltl     fv.illllt'1'3    llJiUl'cll     SO    llluuilopiuu-  UUhly.        llOrtCl'S,     HUH       tlllll       iJ.itl^u  I11III-.C    the.   hullUlIIC.      "In       Kms    li HiL  Ikus  urn   nui,"   we.  itMil.     Ami  aa.un. '  ' 1.   Air correspondence-"must   ho   les-  ''"I'mnoi'iow   a   siio.oai   sale  oi   eiion-u j  Ibiy   written   on  one  side  .'.i  llie   pupei*     fi un.-, :,ecus   lor    li imiaiiijjs;    etin.i.iia,  "!_!' 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Iu     L...    l_nu���������    .u.-j     _...l'.i  o    . uilu     liie    Aui.-e.-,    uj  iviiii   ������.,_;   oilier--.,   luii  .iui.o    I.e.   n. _    .ui,. 11,cj  ...      1'iO.cu     nuy  lily  liurold  j.-ies"... ..'  a !lt;i*e'.'. one can leu 01 l..j '_     .,*  ).  -vi.u   one   01   liie   Kiuigiii'oii,  uver lue  ooruels Wo Vu co...j  \.' *���������  orders  "Wo   i.i.ow  what  wr':*l*  litre   . ,   .  j-'oi   we 1U1 oi  us  nvb in   llie .*-;:. u*-  liouse,  'liioi,OI. eucli liu:- Ills ov.-u litik*      1  An^i   i.neii    oowiinai.e    nuiion.-j    .:  lue   fOUuo.uioJis  %Ve all  come  u-tfui-ier  und  fir.;.  i*'oi* Kngltind,   for JiiiglaiKl,   Uie er..  or   our   line,  'file laiicta rkiti and tlio rifles r!ti_L* :. ._.  liie   Kcaiieied   sons   combine;  1'or i-iiitjiami,  101* i'Jiiuiaiiu.       \v'e  flln:*  our   SLi*eiiy*tli    oetHeen  T.'ic   l'Jmylre   and   the  Danger  for   om*  -UMiBiimd  and   Hie ijuien.  rbori-'s  some that come  from  a Melbourne shop,  Some  nun were  bred  In Quebec,  Some from  a prairie,  and  some  from  a  dairy, j  And  some   irom   the Terrible's deck;  And some    of    us  marched from    iho  cunliter of uoutis  Ami   some   irom   a  constable's   l.-n.t,  l.ui    we're    an     Uirown     io__eim..r    mi  klnih.1   and   leal ner���������  Wo  siutf   lue  suiiie   sonjf   when    we <  nieei:  I*'or Knglnnd.  for liiiffland,   the cradle  or   our   line,  riie lances rldu and the rifles rln(,' and  li.e  scaiiered   sous   combine;  i*or l-_.nifUt.iiu.  for I*Jn������land.      We fiini*-  oui*   mrmiKili   buiiveun  Uiu J'.mpin.*  and   the Danger  for  our  KiiK'iaud  and   llio  uuiiun.  Ami   ulicn   we've    cIoik    what    we're !  hero   to  do, j  And   tlio  Khijis  go  cast  and   west,     '_   *  et'ilr -1���������     'story o1' harcl!i*I|P*s "-nti  T������PeBtry Curtains from  And  little  brown  holi������s  in his chest,' $7'  '   wS'smo^ou/oWs^18   w,,6n ; -Dam"**; Curtains f.-om   $5   to  Anil lay on our backs in a rine* I $l&'  WwiT_S[S������,nfler UiUt,c' but ^kl������s  Haw Silk Curtains ft-om $14 to  With  a song  thai  wns  easy  to sing: $20,  For England,  for England,  ihu ctiuile   c*beDillO  Curtains from $3.50 to  of   nur   line. I        $4.  J ho lances ride and thc rifles ring* nnd '���������-,,,     .     .  .v,.. ,.,le,scattered  sons combine; ������l1   i'loth, 1 yard Wide, 34c per  1*oi  England,  for iJiiglano.     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TTi   coiicluioii   iiiicl-iini'iJuS-S   uiUiiEuiiij;  lllG     _ii.!in_,.:a     oeil,        I*. 1111.11    Will        Oj  hiicil   \Miu  ;i   new   clei-nii.  vupji*  e:i-  S.ne.  .-iiihongh the season has not properly ojieneu \ _c; ine nuLeis uiu tuin-  luciieiiis to uojiii and ii g_ji>uiy imni-  uei* ol gue.i_ are mnviug .um iieparc-  U.S uaiiy. ji_,vc-.ynuiig lnoui-sea liijii  I ilie co.'^iiig s.aaou  win   ub one Ol lue  U.o.-l    bilittesalill    lunl  .IjIUIil    11s.S    cVijl*  tiaa.���������.nulIuUili   Pan.   U:i.:eLt-_>.  i     :Mis.  i.. C  l-uliiier ami    f.imily a>*e  x moving to l-toa u<_Ci*.    *i im rrc.u.. le*. 1-  Plancon has been engaged to sing a  ������o^UttC,8lheflWt'Fllenc''���������������������"  Tho Indications aro lhat IhUirs hav*  come to the paas when Chical-o' will  have to go out :111a gret tilings like  conventions.���������Omaha Tvorld-Hera'W.  The Chicago, Burlington and Q ui.-icv  railroad is equipping ils looomutives  with electric headlights, to wh th -t  current is  furnished    by a small    dy-  st''anck.       CCtiy)COrWal'd o������  thc" s,������������^e-  \���������  ,N������"' fTo,*k(>r who w-������������ in Kiimber-  n.^^    _. _. .    loy  l������-'=ntiy   was   cured   of  hoinesii-k-  :-,    ���������*������.v    .,...*   neSS by a familiar sight, nothiS^ eisG  u-.--.*.  ol     yr...t.   c_:. __.-    i,,..^ i ,���������,. -\?" "\d J-"*oauway horso car. bear-  ...   u..u   i_v.-._u: ip-   k-      lee:end*      '-iattery   to   Central  ������������������  ���������.���������-.  .-.-.._   ���������....  L..^_.,, 1     A young    man  who was    slrsclc bv  ..*-.-L,   wi._w   J...L.1.L..   li,_ic   ne ��������� "Shining:  in   IJerlin   a.  few   weeks   atra  .remained     unconscious   a     long   time  I1-.W     iiu.md  . ueirnouiv .but   shouted   in   his   delirium - that   he  -���������-.i   iit,..L 0.1 uiu* L..e*.-.-.,    was  in  hell   and   begged   to  have   tliu  --.    ^.u..a  t.,i...   U-,    ,,... : devil  taken away.  1    It  is  nuite  possible  that   we aro  to  1,11    vii.i     :-'*., nave   an   interesting   .Eeouel     to   1J    ���������  00    .OL.     in*   1,,..    wlai������    liun.!I.MC(i   rescript   ot     UieTmUr    of.  ...l.    .....   *.^_   ���������-���������    liU.Ua   ^^    kussia  and   that   the  coming  conflict  V. aw*..; -  1  .������������������     , between-llussia  and   England   fs   not  "���������l|i������i");  !.',-*���������    U:*:"'-,'"t''u    "������-'"���������*������������������.���������- j fai'  distant.���������Chicago  llecord. . ���������  i-.u you"..,,,'.,,  'j::.   Juy  of   ljl,.L.n.,11,. '     A-Hartford fire insurance company-1  .*���������.,....-,  .,_  ,L._.���������..iLi  01  ,���������_..���������;_.   ''as  Purchased  the house ot William >  uu .*. ___...,. )U_���������B ���������.b.   tl__  t;luu.  0i , Iralay,   in   that city,  which,   in  1794   ���������  u ii'M4-1,'  "''"'I   > ' .was  the  flrst   -n   the  country  to  lie  .:"������_! i.a.!, lioao- |t0,'i'f w,Ul a"    lnSUl'ed a^inst'destruction by fire      |  .u.:a-_._o;e    l0.ue���������;    Thomas   H    Gilbert.   Jr.,   of   Oront,, I '  *lte.,  lately  cut in  Onawa  a pine  tree *  that contained 3,200.feet and.is claimed  w'...:u j san ;uui H.11, .-.���������,. _r.i.','i'..'e.*'    ,t(? "jo. the  largest-pine or tree of 5uiy  or   11:-    nen   Uuli.s  ca���������- ,���������:._  Uut  ,MJ1J*    I1"'   ever   cut   for   lumber   on   record :  1   ii.i.a. yo. *'   m   the  ISew  England   states,  n,   ,.- ,  , , I     A ,Tiev-"   method   of   preg������rvinc   tele-  "���������o 50.1  kiioi*.*    the pile    buili    viiiaqe ' -Sraph poles ia to surround the portion  \''"-'**-��������� u"-* '*-*''K������ uemcrs tra.^,"     I '������  the. ground    with    an earthenware '  -JO _>o.i   ki.ov^   i,lC   1(.ci<   fll.   I1S)/-   aIltJ    pipe   like   a     drainpipe. Into"   the  ���������m,  ,.",       "iinH'oi.'.' space between the    pole and the nine    -  lo  jou  Know  i,iu dilpp.ng  siljnea  0.'   !s P������������red a mlxture-of sand and resin  \'.'ii������r������   1'i'k0.1!11!. !"t;i-''a,-'a   K'a'"-'. American  apples    are    peeled, sliced    }  ' .,,1, ���������;""���������"'   "!'-'u     w>*sea    and  ried  and  then    sent    lo    France     J  IL is   ,   -e    _ N '..*"   ^''''���������l'=n? -     where they  are   converted  into dder     >  '.',,.,,'���������   r,.r!n"c:''d- w-ner*3 tl!0    With the addition ot* carboic acid gas    *>  To   ���������[   -...    .    ; a  ''"''xc's' :lnd  a certain  flavoring the  cider be-     '  ���������'iw :l'"u"'    ,J"'ao   that   -'   comes  champagne,   much   of "*.oh'fs  ���������������������������<���������   no*   m'.le   waiting   Iensu���������.   Lo   thu   SJ?3Sf0po,.t,ne,������-  drunk  as   ���������->"  genuine  o.-.tiis  add  iiyu,g iuv,.s _. .  '  '"-     Ken  uw  can   m,'- our  -m.i       ch,leago  is    getting    Kood.     A large  .us.  eu. "   '���������'-  out  an,J    number of    druggists  have-    signed an  1 agreement   to   close   their   places   of  -U0  you   l*.r.���������v  the   world's  white   roof   I,'!*!8V-6. H on ,Sunda>'s-      we������.  there  is  "���������<���������'���������������.'      Do y,.u   Know tnu  w.nd ���������'    SC?.'i-f0r   ^f01*!11   ln     ,l   town     where  rut , \\.nd>     building operations and other work of  Vi'iier...  the batr.ing  mount-li  ...i.i=n., ' lha-i cllaracter   used   to   be  carried   on  o...,p ami   _iui,,7j������ j*-1**   ja,'',ea    on Sunday.���������Cleveland  Leader.  Both Russia and England have *p!-  ways admitted that an Anglo-Russian  war of supremacy in India is bound  to come at some  time.      It is  reason  When   you   arc   buying  anything  you   want   the  best for the icast money��������� |  that's   what   we   are   all!  ^.iS������l,t.'8l,,lsi;r|Pti011 $m Per M^  *��������� ���������-l|1.2fi For Six Months,  StriBtlij in Admce.  It takes a foremost place In  the race Tor prominence and  popularity with business  houses and as a consequence  does more business with  those requring printed stationery and office supplies than  any other printing   establish-  able articles from uaque.tloR-  ������ble Information. It en'o*-������  a large circulation and la con.  sequtntly une-qualled at an  advertlglnR medium ln is.ii  field In which It 1< publUhr.i.  yard  OU Cloth, li yards wide, 68c par  yard.  OU CJoth. 2 yards wide, SSo per  yard.  33^-   Discount   on   all  ment In Eastern British Columbia. The class or work  turned out has been pronoun  ced equal to any thing of ii u  kind executed in tho lar,;-**  cities by much larger print-  eries.  jo-fr   discount   on   all t   '  undserCafpets'15 7wd' "* **������" Printing Department  Would    be   pleassd   to  have you call and inspect  our slock.  Hudson's Bay Stores,  (aBary.  Is equipped with the latest  faces ln typo designs and all  work entrusted.to Tbe.Herald  Is handled by ezprienced  workmen who thoroughly understand the proper use of the  material at tbelr disposal.  The Herald does not claim to  be the only printing hous������ In  the district but it does cla'ra  to be  ,.ii.*-,*,.  ������������������Ho        *-..**,-.���������-_-  t-i'.ll.     J     i.in,,v,  i.e lv...  tai.o   ,.,������������������ chance of drownln  V*. 1.   Always cheapor  ln the end than any seeds  ,    that only cost half as much.    .  Tested, true' to name, fresh and '  ' tellable.   AI trays tlio best. Ask  yfor  Forry's ��������� talco,,no others. '  "^      Writo for 1000 Soed Annus]. ������"  I). M.  PERKY A CO*  frisdaor. Out.  [TlioroUglilK Up'-fo-Date In  Euery PartiGiflar  R|^^{^M*T^S:;  SECURED  For  ih  I  Do you Kuuw  tlio  iU���������g day's n.iciencc*  ..,, ���������-���������<������������������ ">* down on   n*.,z������-n dn'11  uliiiL-  tlie  hoa-i   oi-    iu.-n.os  i..  teedi.-*:  oal  cii   rar.Sis'.'  ������a.   ui   rar.KL-'.'                                     *    to come at some  time.      It is  reason- > P o imvevo._  -. i.s tii.-re  mat. j   ;l goijiij,  whPra  th,.   able to suppose that it should be pre- ' siciityofcwi  iiowider.-t and   thK .-n.jw  lit...               clpitaicd    by    the-     government   which i              (UrM  \J un   a   trusty    nirnoie     t.-pr->-ei'    soe!* a sudden  advantage too great to '. 0FFI0E8:', ?S,  that   I   -Aiiow.                                          , be Ignored.���������St.  Louis  Republic. U_-^_*N*iw!C-  1   n-ivi..   a-.vo-n  an   oath   i<������  iv-on   i*-   ���������^  \V rite for our lntercstinc books " Invent- ?  or s Help and "How you aro swindled:" /  Scndtisaronghslietcli or model of your 5  invention or improvement and we will tell <  yo-n froo our opinion ns to whether it is _  probably patentable. Wo make a specialty )  of applications r<y"octcd in other handa. >  ilitfheat references furnished. ')  KAHION & MABION <  PATENT SOUCITOSS & EXPERTS }  Lllvll * MPclrnnlc.il Enfrtnoer-s, aratluntMl of tho ?  Polytcchnlo r-chool of Englnooj*inK, BnchclorB In /  App led  Sciencfn,   Lnval    Unlvc-"11"   "**������������ ^  l'atenl Law Asjoclatlon   America  Asaociallon, N w Eniflanil Water won;*. __b_oc.  P, Q. Suivcyora Aseoclatlon, Assoc. Jltcmlier Can.  k-im... ������* r.r pi..n Engineers.  ..-,.. YOUK LIFE B'ID'B '. MONTFtrAL CtS  . ATLANTIC B  ILDINr,., WASHINGTON, D.O.  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 for estimates and sam  ples of printing. All wort:  turned out promptly and satisfactorily. One price to all.  . No job can be too large or  too small for The Herald's  consideration. Special atti-ti-  tion given   to orders by mail.  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUUUCATKIN DAVS: Tucsdajs ami Fiid.ijs  inccrine. Bachelors7n >        __.       _-,        _.        __.               an  oath   t<������  keep  it or.  ....   horr.t.  of   uwis   f*>011  And   ii*.e  iU-<\  Coos r.ali   me out  jt.-J  And   the  J.ul  <Joas oau   me out   am)   . j-  muse  so _ -   -        _     -   ...  Xow  the   Four-Way   L-idtro   is o;.*c-ned  m ;l'!Z f noK'--s  or  council   rise. ;  I it-as-ant smokes r-re y������i *iwixr  t-?'l !  uVf!   lr!"i   t*'-?y   ciiof-.... A    j  M"   '���������'"-'   "'nh  ������-i?'J   ropes arc   testr-d; '  r..,w it.**-;.- park tnf-ir iM1 . ,lppK.s.  iK-ror;*   tin-  'irufs! j  LIMI1ED  Sptiilnilig'* tO    tlJtll*    Vic"(._,    la,io.   C^iii-j  I ..."     .  ....-.*..    ,.::.....::. I till    clllil-Jll    Will   ll_0ai:   a    gOOll    IV O: KUl"  .:-.<?._.?,.:-i.f.'SV1-,*>*'.u^v^!'-. _L*-*i'i'i--=-      '���������������������������*-' j uau  uie JMigiiah  i-liiircii  cnuir sevuial  ha������e  i.ciiu-ruiiy  heard   oiuu*  .Ijclt i tuicicnt iiioiuduie.  v.hj  Saia 'iu__t"L.-_u  paiiciiii  >.o.iii.i.v.':!  v,-L._Ii_i   Utf   il-.piO-.t-U ,Lil   ii'j   L*���������u..i;._l   Ij.*  ' ititi' belter   lillu   lliul   B_   Woiii..   p.j._,i-  b.y r*i-.-j*.tr uii.c__ n. t-_.o., ������ ....it ._..  : lll-d    Wi_.__>_     _^_.tl     cV*..l>ii';.i.,      u.c.l. il  RiUi. bs un^tfaiuLii; ihai in..-...- i*.*-  jaaiks are not ini'-'iiu-.u io ai:p.y m  the* piofcition as a wnoit*. Oil*, om;.  to a vt_-y"s__ah s_cii*ju, io.* ;.*_ a iui.-  doctOi= aie  _iouoi:;b!e    uiid  cl,:i*ji.i---u-  i Tho local carpenters, profeoslonal  \ a:������l olhi.rwi.se. aft biiay. Lduiiunis  aa- LeiuB Iliads io iho re-aiui'tu-ed of  )-!.c. l-.r-da.!... ..ie...-,is Couij a:ui l/a.'-  ivr.. i.iirl s-.vuiai otnoiS a:o unu.'.'i*-  G.j.riK iep-iio.  It. il. t'a;.:r..iL*il v.*a3 thc winner of  ti.e ic.Li.t (,o.., I._Ci.i_ uuRtuiMii lni-  I iii I'M tj-itut-i.ii-r.t vuiuli wns i������un,*t!  o.i liy .loli.i Ci;-nio. who. by the w.iy,  hiis ,r,t_ U..-.-I. npiij.ined iinnanl ioo..i in  *���������*-'*���������.���������-     ���������"'       I raw: j -*-vv-*H-'-'-������'wn������aM-_MMmMauHmmH������wMM  vlfil?^ $1,000,000   IN   ONE DOLLAR SHARES.    $400,000 IN THE TREASURY  ;.;,v,r,oa!'     "���������,,,��������� F|RST B[_OCK  Qf TREASURY, SHARES   NOW ON  THE MARKET  FOR A LIMITED TIME AT   10  CENTS.  u-  ilie '���������'���������-���������.nioi'it..*-,  tious anil  i'uily a:iye to  the. r-_.sp.;!i:ii- |  o   listol. an  .-..I'-ctric hell  and  biiiiies.    Bui evsn amous lht-  "there*aie cthe:s."  loitor^ j      A  pi   .,...-   ...      __.     ...   _ __  ��������� o'nir.e  tails  are thc  moving  forces  in  /���������*��������� The lessoii to -bs ieam*.ii f.om  the ' ^.'"f ^������ .^ui^" eV"'Vei1 ^ * *���������'  Winnipeg   s.a:e   is  the:' necW.y   .or,   '"jr.-oriantion '"has   rracnod     Rogina  taking   piqptr,   piteaulions     ag^iust , thal l]y. c.i-.It. wi.l at o:it(! coiuiiuie  Ei'ery   Man,     v.oraa:i     nur, ��������� the cxrcii.-iiuii of lha i-lpf.ntono b. aur-.ii  Weil   o:*saai/...il   <:oin- ; '-o that point.  Chiraso   has   l.ail   no  jirair  Velvet   for,,.,.-]   v,ho j=hali   -ulde  thorn  lo tn-sir *^oal'.'  Unto c-a-it   the v������:.-;e a*i<l   vision-   U!U���������  t-i-.c.   ni*i  ipr.or anfJ   sign.  I...r.e!y   r.-numah:   ir.     lho    _.or,.hl.,nfIi  _     n.is--y  sweat-bath  'ne.-uh   Di-  i|n.|  '      naked''sijin:'' '"'���������"  l''lV" li"v"> hi?  V'liit?  <-.,-  .y.,ik.*.v.   blai.-k  nr  copper,   *������������������.  _     ih   w.-tit.njr a_   ,*-.  lovi-r,  *���������   fciiniiio o:'  runr.fl.  aust ut hoovoa, or  i-.-v.it   ci   train,  man ,������������������ tne. ^^,1.-- n,-!t.   d.���������rV,r     Aw-H-lgei*     J lie  >..'.i*i * t,i*j ���������;ie.ai,i,-i- halls  thc landlns  Vv-'1(M-';rn1>' v!*'' 1>0''"' br"*������ th-*' "Wi"  ,.,,V",' ,a,'s r_.un "n in snn-"' '-ii-irt  o"'-r'C"   "       h':**v"   l"'!   wimp   kli*  For  'h,>  II-.,!  f;ot!rf make their nv->'i-  cine   again.  W.\r. T. Cochiiaxe,  Cocln-anc   I.anch,   Limited,  Macleod.  DIRECTORS:  John   J.   Yoi;\r;.  Managing     Director     of   The    Calgary    Herald.  -\r.'\  w-  KO--.-0--.;,,  auvy  r..om   , _  .!'^-^:' sk!o l!,e woi'"i ������������������������������������������"���������  c?t ��������� Ser.,-1   tl... 'r<;:;,i     !s   r.par     ,   r  whiM^h...   om   ,vrIa.T  frot   co>.e-,  ���������Vn'l   the  tied   f;.v:.������   oal!   for  you  -nunvArtD i_.rrj_i.vo.  YV. B. Pool,  President  Great  Western  Mines,  Limited,  Ferguson  and  Revelstoke  J.  D.  Oka ham, j F.  \y.   Godsal,  Gold Commissioner,  Atlin,  33. C. j Kancher,    Pincher   Creek  Gko.   S.   McCai������teu,   Solicitor,   llevelstokc.  W. M. Brown, Proprietor   St    Leon   Hot   Springs,   Revehtoke.  'it.'-:-'  # ���������'���������'������������������  ftjv*-  8 "������������������������������������.'.'���������  m .���������:!  ���������������"''  Htseas?.  child   in   every  munity  siiould   ba   vaccinated    as    c  '*. precaut.oa. .asainsi,. smailpox. whiie  personal cioau'Jiness and  attention lo  ; the* laws of health ia our 'surrounj-  ings should in ordinary cases ha sufficient to maintain gaod health.  Slany persons object to yaccir.alion.  fearing impurs lymph, ��������� although ir.  . Winnipeg* at., present'.'there is no  Jymph. good or bad, for those wishing to be vaccinated. Prevention is  always heller than cure and om* city  health .officer, as .well as all the numbers of the. profession'should see thai  there is' alwayg on hand a sufncieiil  n-uantity oi reliable lytnjib. to provide  -���������against* any'emergency. This su_-  gestion v/ill comni'end itself to ilie  city doctora who ari already aware of  th������ large increase in the number of  ���������c-uwiiiUMS Xori;fraccination-  ..,.       .,.   ,      lircs   in  11.i :.'-.'.* warns tins wintur. hut kuuol-  i. '/, ilie radios <>f the C.liii*aRo r.vcr ir.  iu.i:<':>.-iii LXi-u'im-iiii. for ihe rpiisuu.���������  r-.t.  I.'.'ii'.s Globe-D' morrn  Tho  Uouble   Eagle  Company   has  been    formed    for  the purpose, not  only  of m ning its present propeilics  Imt  of acquiring  promising claims   and developing   Uiem  to   an   extent  that  will justify  their  sale  to  English and "  other  ccinp.i.iics  at. a profit.    The  company  already  owns  and    has  paid   for    in  lull,    the   Trilby   and   Old   Saul  propeitics   in   the   famous   Fish   Rivei    district,  and    a   three-quarters    interest   in   the   May    Bee    mine,    in   the  Lanleau   district    one and   a  half  miles  fr< rr.  Ferguson    Sufficient  promoter's  shares  have   been  set  aside for the  : ..., i' *'. ������h0 1(,;lrni"S thnt some  people get from travel, the hest f-du-  ca.or in tha world, thry mi^ht n3  v,*Ul s ay at U-.-r.in and rub the o*j_-  ?iae ot  Inch* skulls  with  time  tahlesi' , ���������     ,  when Wilfrid Laurie.- hroot'- over   P"i'l''hn.***e  (if   the remaining   quarter  his  ov.n.lrouhlr.s   w.tli     .Too    Martin' The    M������iy    BfiO   i.v   "' '        '^~  ���������ve'aVhcp "liiTreuTi   has   Isliwlfon "ordw    ������*-"������^*  :f.tlie    Opportunity    ���������   prohl'iliing  every   indivi.lual  connect.-    ^ ������nT'ruy'ft.^m/'UT' ' W'M'  10    OCntS    Cadi.  ed   with   u.5   -c-rvice   irom   smokms   ,nf>,vr.,���������   Bt  v,,i()���������;'���������^���������  .     ,t  ������'���������; '  cigarcite.*-*.     I'Mi'-s   and   cigars  are not    !::>...���������   -if   railroad    tor   T.n..f������..inbpr "with  barm!,    ln coir.menling on  this order | Jh"   fiillowlriK   r'-sults:     Obielor.' 'io 1-2  Ciiior   Moore- ;-aid:     **ln   Oiis  service. . j, .'''",','i; v*'hit'' I'-'ss. f,r. inrhes. Vram-r.  *.\*j arc i.omiiclied  to maintain a very J1- '-������������������ "���������>\w. \..,;- Cabin, 71 ]-:> |rK;h  s-trlct   i*i������ti;,line   ir.   order     to   s'tih*.-        V. hcncvei*   jou     run   .  _.*nif*fiiitrji*v  f.crvicn.  and   I   am  thor-    l,:'(|y 'v,1������ f;an 8������' no m ,_���������.  onslily       i oiivinceil       thai:     ciRarello    Hi'oposcd   by   otliors   you   oan   gamble  smokine dots not and -viill not brins \ you arc  up against a narrow propo- *  about bonelicial tosuIU." si lion.  ti j-:; inches.   rp]ic,   cdinpiuiv   reserves   the i'i������jht  to   withdra  across   some-      ,       ,.       .l       - . ,     .       ,        <-.  lent in plans   A]>pMc;it.ion.s   may   be   sent  to the   cecrotary,  I   can   -?nmhti. -   '  JNO.  J.  YOUNG HERALD BLOCK,   CALGARY  Shares vyiil be sold in blocks of '00 and upwards.  withdraw the  sale  of shares  from  the  market   at   any  time    without   notice  ..,._,..,.... _  A. H. HOLDICH, REVELSTOKE,  te.  W-  $  11  /I 11  I  !  _:  I:  I  i 1  '**;������  .-S3fg*fl  War News  London, April 28.���������-A despatch from  Lord lloberts, dated Iliaeinfonteln.  April 27, gives General Ian Hamilton's  report of the British casualties  Israel's Poort on April 23.  those slightly wounded is Colonel W.  D. Otter of tho Canadian regiment.  General Hamilton reports that the  ''Canadians and Marshall's horse' did  particularly  good  service.  London, April 28.���������-The tollowing despatch has been received at the wan  office from Lord Kobcrts: "Bloom-  April   26.���������At   the   ruciuest   oj  at  AinonH  Pole-  the  i'ontein,  request  the  high   commissioner  General   War-  -n      is  been  appointed  military gov-  all    tlio  p  condition."  This  despatch    constitutes  received   up   to   this  hour,  is    eagerly  awaiting    to  said as to tho whereabouts of other  forces than those of General French  and General Rundle. Nothing la said  absut ,lthe troops of Brabant,  Carew, Hart or Chermside, but  indications from Aliwal North show  that several small commados aro still  hovering in the vicinity of Springfield, causing a certain amount of  damage.  Advices from Dewetsdorp justify  the conclusion that It will still be necessary, to employ a considerable body  of troops to keep'lhc Free State clear  of Boers.  o   London, April SO.���������A special des-  ratch from Thaba. Nehu, dated Thursday, regarding tlie light at Israel's,  Poort, which is about seven, miles  west of Thaba Nehu says: "Three  Boers were strongly en-  kopjes.      The  place  THE OTTAWA FIRE  Ottawa,  April ST.-Tlie  wind  continues  from  the south  east and unlcci U  changes, the city will be saved, aa the  fire    has    about    burno.'.    l--������lf    out  towards     the    country.      .-lu-uld    the  wind turn and blow some of the burning   debris     towards    th*.-    city   there  would  be  great  dau_**ir of u bursting  out again   as everything is as dry aJ  a  match.      The  lift of   the  dead  and  injured  and missing so far as  known  are:      Mrs.  Bessie  Cook,  cremated   in  her  own    house;   an    unknown    man,  found on Broad Btreet, chared beyond  recognition;   John    Mathews,   Division  ������treet    reported   dead*.   John   Tumple,  South    street,    missing;      J-    Daouit,  Water street,   night watchman  for  __,.  Eddy  &   Co..  dead  ABOUT COW PtTNCHERB  Seme ot the Things thai a Uawboy  nnd Broncho Buster Can Do  While tbe Western cowboy is the  bCBt rough rider, in the woi Id there  are cniy certain feats of horsemanship required by his calling aud iu  these he excels. Other rough riders  perhaps do more fancy, impractical  show riding, but for skilful horseman  snip, .as applied to his work, none  ever   discounted   the  cowboy of    the  The principal features of cowboy  horsemanship are: Hoping, breaking and subdueing bronchos for practical range riding in a very short  time. Bitting cow ponies so thnt they  guide at the merest touch ���������*'��������� of'.' the  fingers on the reins, so that at .full  SMRERIM.  ������������������  B.  hundred  trenched   on   two  news  war  The  country  ----- ..  hoar whether General French succeeiV  oil in culling off the  or   not  iLeiiuii-cv.,   ....  of honor Was glvon to the Canadians,  Who advanced very cleverly under       -1"*-i*.i"f*    onmrnander,    C olonel  retreating Boon  their dashing commander  Otter. The Boer received their ni*<>  until* the'Canadians reached the ivlrd  entanglements. Thun they opened  with a terrillc hair of bullets. ThO  Canadians, however, had taken good  cover  and  were  not  greatly damaged.  They  were ably  supported  In  ihe  as  r.ault by Grahumstoivn'si horse.  At 3 o'clock lhe Canadians advanced  Into the open, but meeting with a.  terrine lire they took .shelter in the  dongi. When they ilnally captured  llie  kopje  the :,Boers were seen going  Mentioning the strict discipline imposed on the British force Mr. Bui*-  lilgh writes that a Canadian appro-1  printed a chicken from a farm yard.  I know of thousands of ollieers * who  have done the same thing and nothing has been said of It. The pool'  Canadian came before a court martial  and was sentenced to 50 days hard  labor for the offence. It makes tha  stomachs ot many ordinary reputnbk  soldiers  of  Her Majesty's  commission i  turn to think that they havo escaped , '"-"������������������'���������   ������������������   censure and have eaten of just such ������������ occupying Thaba Nehu it wan  plucked chickens. I am told that thi tound Ulat aU UlQ storL's und hoU*la  - . _. _, , ,������������������ ,,,.,; were cleared by the Boers. Tins natives complain of having their horses  and cattle stolen and cruel treatment.  English residents were  taunts and insults  Lt.  .__,...,.,   ���������     Norman  Dann  and Engineer Peter Hamilton, of Hull,  missing. Eighteen thousand people  are homeless. The drill shed, schools,  and other buildings arc crowded. Ten  people are reported dead and _, number  of others are mlSBlng. Only three  places are saved, the Electric Hallway power house, the Electric light  small power house, and Booth's mills,  loss    is    fifteen   million     ' "  Slvad Olltcv, 'Toronto.  Capital   Authorized,    -    52,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up,  Rest,  $2,3S������i,C������>a.*J  il,55.'i,) 10.00  II.  DIRECTORS:  S. -, Howland,  President  te  I-*-.  THE MOLSONS BANK   ,,   ���������v-   Aixt.f   I'litl.l V *.tKNT,.lS������.  f  iNOlltl'llll.V! !���������*-1>   ������Y  A'  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  pai r> i'p PA PITA:_     -  HE*.-.'l* FUND .....  lUKICCTDltS:   \\'.*.i. 'Min.Friv   \iaci H.'iifox. l'resi'1'.iit: ,P-   II.  "'    '   1'IM.KV. Ml'NKY  AKCHlHAI-I.,  ,1. V   <.'I.i:r,l|f.HS"  $2 000,000 ~Z?.  SI.600.0OO -^  K-A'ixo. Vife-l'r������..-.|<l������iit. ������������������������  \\ . M    llAM-Al , "AMI't ���������  run "they" wheel about or turn within  spa*_.   vjl   ,*..   - .       blanket  or  fall  back on  their  haunches* and  the   space   of   an   outspread  II.  MaUKI.ANU  Ml'.I.S<lX.  The  dollars,  while the insurance only amounts to  three   millions.      The Bank of Mont-  Canadlan    colonel   In   addressing    hia ;  men   found   no   complaint   about   the '  sentence   which  somebody  crroneousls'  said   might  have  been   hanging.     Mr. '  Burleigh's reference   to    the    mystery  man of this war,,is undoubtedly meant  to   be   Lord   Kitchener.      *Hls ���������; energy  ubiquity and geiiius are bayond doubt  but;*.vhere is" he.     I wish I knew,  foi1  where  he  ia  there. is matter  to  wrlto  about worthy of publication.  London; April 2S���������The war office hai  the   following   from  Lord   ltob*.  Bloemfontein.     April     27:  issued  erts.   dated  thus   fin"  Wlth-  days  we have  gained very  ���������nor t-'din General Hamilton's mount- j _u*.  enormou_  display of force  1   infantry   are     Lieutenants     Barry , _ut  aoubt  operations have  been  of a  They are both o! | very  exiiaUsting  natuie  and  will   en-  ei *..-,,    v....���������    __  "General French reached Thaba. Neh'J    ~'~  this  morning  with   the  cavalry.      Ho !  ,'l*"'e  emv  met General Hamilton ami General i  Smith-Dorrien's:. brigade there. .*������������������*.'���������,. Th������t  enemy.were still holding the :westerljt  outlet of the town, where from Gen->  eral Frertch and General .Hamilton  were proceeding to turn them out.  General Rundle's division was eigha  miles south of Thaba -Nairn; last night.*'  The   additional   casualties "   *  re  ed  and Hill wounded.  Marshall's horse. The former severe-i  ly, the latter slightly. A patrol at  Bethulle came across a body of thu  enemy at Smithfield. One ot tho  Prince Albert guards was killed, ant!  , two of the Itoyal Scots Service corp-J  were taken prisoners. The Yemuaii-i  ry cavalry, under General Brabason,  after reconnoiterins as far as Wepener returned to D.twet's Dorp ' '  morning.  The  Bloemfontein    correspondent  ol  thu    Times,    telegraphing      Thursday  says:       "There  appears    to   be    little  * chance  of  Inflicting effective    punish*"  submitted to  I learned yesterday that Boer. reinforcements from  Brandfort came too late to assist their  comrades. Wo found a-heliograph  message from Steyn to Botha saying  that it was unadvisable to send more  troops to Fourteen Streams as the  Federa'.s were already too weak between ��������� B'.oemfontein and Kronstadt,  and because theie were 20,000 British  at Bloemfontein. Farmers'around here  U been forced to rejoin the en-  Most ot them have talcen their  sheep and catlle along.  The London papers are beginning to  display impatience at the impradtical  and elaborate operations j of last week  The Daily Chronicle says: ������������������*--'���������- --  reticent to criticize Lord  but it is impossible to shut our eyes  tn   he   fact   that   during   the   last   10  little ?i*om  real has contributed $10,0*30, and tho  Alliance Fire Insurance company, oi  London, $1,250. The Dominion gov- .  ernmentwlll likely vote J100.000. The I  local legislature has given $25,000, and  the city council of Toronto will give  lhe same. Subscriptions are pouring  in from all parts of Canada, the  United States and England. Some bin  private subscriptions have been sent  from  Montreal.  English papers all agree that this  Is a good time to . show sympathy  with Canada by contributing generously.  Ottawa, April 28.���������The estimates ol  the damage done by Thursday's fire  are proved to have been under rated,  ralher than over the mark. A careful survey of the field gives the foi  lowing result: Dead, 7; homeless,  15,000: .buildings burned, 3,000; hands  out of work, 5,000; value of: propertj  destroyed, -$15,000,000. While other  fires  have  destroyed the    homes    and  stop within their own length.  A  well  broken  cow pony  will alsQ-H  turn  and  swerve   and    follow    with'I  lightning quickness any animal which  it is desired to follow.   Polo players,  both in Europe and America, learned  the value of selected  cowboy cutout  ponies, -which guide so easily and turn  so' quickly that Inexperienced riders  fall off  even *when saddled with  the  highhorned, higheanteld cowboy saddle.   Riding   bucking   bronchos   and  riding and forcing to do tho will of  the rider any kind of vicious, bucking,   biting,   rolling,   kicking,. striking,   wallowing,   balky,   sulking,   unfiling,  wild or bad horse.     Skillful  roping,   or as  tenderfeet    invariably  call  It, lassoing,  from  horseback, so  that a fourfooted animal at full speed  is roped by any single foot required,  by both front feet,    by;   both    hind  feet, around the neck,    around    the  horns, by the tall, anywhere as needed, snubbed to tho saddle horn,.held  and stopped or thrown to the.earjth.  Shooting   from   horseback   at    any  >UUg     Hum      ..   gait. Some of the Boys handle V tlio.  rifle with precision from horseback,  but the majority are mere expert  with the cowboy's natural -weapon���������  the easily carried, moro conveniently  handled revolver or "45" as it is  called, SLooping from the saddle* and  picking up objects off the earth���������  sweeping run or any gait. In practical riding ou^ the range this com-  ! monplace featvis very valuable ' to  ! recover a dropped    hat, glove, quirt,  T.n.'Merrltt.Vlce-Pres,   St.   Catherines  V William  Itanisay,   Robert JaH.uy  Hugh   Ryan,   T  Sutherland,   Stayner  . Ellas Rodgers  D. R. WHltle, General Manager  BRANCHES  North: West and British Columbia:  'i Brandon,'    Calgary,     Edmonton,  ��������� Golden, Nelsou, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strathcoua,  ! Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: ��������� ,  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingersoll.  Llstowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thomasi,  Toronto, Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton.        , >  Quebec: ;   -    ,,  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  ot $1 and upwards received nnd Interest  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial,   Municipal,  and other  debentures ��������� purchased.  Drafts and Letters' of Credit���������.  Available at al) points of Canada.  United Klnpdom' , United States.  Europe, India, China .Tap-wo Australia, New Zealand etc.  Gold   purchased.  This  hank' issues'Special  Receipts  which will be accounted tor 'at any  of the  Hudson's; Bay Co's Posts In  the Yukon and Northern districts.  A. B. B  HEARN,  Mnnaeer -RpvolRtoke Braneh.  A ^iTiCi.il li.ii'king; l>ii*aiiie  rates.  F. WiiKfKiiTOX Thomas, General Manager.  li-.ivacl.-d      I.'.i������-r-"-< mII-wi* a' current  .1.  1>.  M-"'I *-ON.  JUMI.il',   Kl.VII.AH.HK,   B.C.  ���������=2  ���������2  %Mmmmwmm.MmWmmuMmmi������  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND '  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave.  com*.������ iu__   p._.j   .   snaps the rope in two and is about to  *���������'   "'-"    The cowboy rides  'We are  Roberts,  llrps   xi.-l.v-_:    uco..-.;*--     . .      . *rp_-_v_r   a   uiu*.l''-u       ������������������'    *--       . ,, .  savings of a people, this has,  In ad; I   ^Jur any article.   It most usually  dition  to rendering thousands as poo* - ������_^ ,nto play when a roped anima^  and  almost  as  naked  as  when    they  came into the    world,    destroyed    the  manufacturies which    furnished  them  with   their   means   of   living  and   left  them-largely   dependent  for  a  period  at least upon    the beneficence  public.  8c CO.  the      trail-  of the  tail   further  delay.  -o ���������  SMALLPOX IN WINNIPEG  serious  THE  OTTAWA FIHE  Ottawa, April 20-In all the churches  yesterday  reference  was made^ to tne  regain Its liberty,  down and picks up  ing lariat whose noose is fast around  the freeing animal snubs the rope  anew around the saddle horn, sets  back his pony, and lo! the animal  that thought it was free again because the rope broke is not free, but  held fast.  Riding at full speed    up    hill    or  down over the roughest kind of coun-  full  of  gulches,   grass  tussocks  Winnipeg,   April   28.���������The  nature cf the smallpox epidemic has  ���������just begun to be    realized.      Eleven  new cases have been removed to the  this- 1 quarantine hospital today from  various parts ,of **-he city. *  Charles   Forester,   manager   for   u.  M.  Hatcher,    and    manager    of    the  Harvester     company,     are  number. Tho    latter  Com-  Deering  among  the  ������^ _isrKsS | ~ .���������-.c=i - -  sease  by sleeping in  the  same  pull-  -svith Finlayson* from Regina  to  taken  off   the  man  Winnipeg.  Another   case   was  street car- today  by a physician and  , the  number  of    cases    are   growing  arrived   at  Dewet's  Dorp   on  realized the situation at  once and or-*.  dered   the  immediate    withdrawal    o^  the Boers   both from there   and WepJ  ener."  The Bloemfontein   correspondent    oJ  the Daily Telegraph, under Thursday';)  date says: "The Boers who retreated   from    Dewet's    Dorp    kept    wol!    daily.  ahead  of  General    French's    cavalry.        Gus Marslullli news asent, who' was  Lnless   the    enemy     should   make    a ,., _    . _       _   .  ���������, , ���������,. ,- ���������j���������A t     i t, t    ,       ...   on.the same  train,  was    also taken  stand at Kronsdadt Lord Roberts will  rapidly cross the Vaal river." ������*-om  u-s  voom  toda>'  suffering with  The  Bloemfontein    correspondent  oi*  the   Daily   Chronicle,   telegraphing   on I     -*��������� ���������=>--  Thursday,  says:      "The latest reports      '   ' " -:'-1   '������������������������>������������������>i-.ii     iq     also   a  victim  j-iijow that the    Beers    passed east o������    and was  TJiaUn  Nehu on  their way  north.      A    pital.  -Prisoner   reports     that    a   commando        The baBgage man wh0 was also on  which  doubled  back  on   the  pursu.ng    .. -   .     .     .     , ._.    ..     _.  British  is  now  making  its  way  wes.    tne tvam 1S down Wlth the dlsease at  |p the direction of Leeuw Kop." Brandon,   and     Lauchlln     McTavlsh,  The military critics of the morninn    brakeman, is ill at Griswold.  papers  differ  as  to    the    chances  ol!       At  noon   yesterday   there   were   in  another   Paardeberg,   but   they   agree j the quarantine nine patients supposed  in   ooraidering   tho   situation   in   lhe ! to be more or less affected with small-  Vree  State as being   eminently satis- 1 pox  ot  a falrly   severe   type.   An  en.  deavor was made to obtain from the  fire and claims for the sufferers were    try,   nm   ���������__   B���������.^ ,   _,  urged. St. George's gave a colleotion badger and gopher holes, fallen tlm  at both services to the fund. Lord '. her and all sorts of obstructions. In  Strathcona cabled $23,000, and Lord ithis sort ������������ riding the honors are  Mount Stephen $50,000 to the fund. ���������evea between the devil-may-care cow-  Quebec "sends $10,000., and Toronto '��������� P������������cl_er, who keeps his seat, and the  ?23.000. The following despatches ex- ' ������"��������������� T,Yf^1Cil0^eP= 2ts *. **��������� ^^  .. _ _i -      both horse and  rider safe.    Herdinc  pressing sympathy and sending suo- . driy-n and controUing at wU1 ������,tu |  scrtptions have been received by His , few men large h6r(jB of horses or  Excellency the Governor General: . | cattle. These are a few of the feats  Prince of Wales to the Governor j of horsemanship in which the West-  General���������Sandringham Hall," April 28.��������� ern cowboys excel and it takes years  i Accent my  deepest sympathy  at  the ! of -experience' to    become    ovnprt in  serious fire and destruction to proper*    them.  ty.     (Signed):      Albert Edward. -,,,_)  Duke of York to Governor General���������  Sandringham   Hall,   April    28.���������Oeepir  grieved at terrible fire.     My warmest  sympathy-  with - people    of    Ottawa.  JSigned):-*.. George. "--  The Revelstoke  Herald. ���������s<-mi *,veokl>'i.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  Sail  expert in  Ekrl of Derby to Governor .General-  JOAN  OF THE SWORD HAND  Captivating Romance of the Fifteenth  ���������     Century���������By S. R. Crockett  Joan of the-Sword Hand.is a charming young princess,* who is none tne  less charming for her ability to���������de-  rible fire.   ' I 'w������,;w*^VB;tt00^r1;* I tte"ne^BVi"^ "arises ,'(as it does more  $3,000 for the    distressed    at Ot_awa. . tuu^u ^ j^  hpr'dexterous use  of  the disease.  J. Cosgrove, secretary of .the Genei  al hospital   board    is    also  a  removed to the isolated hos-  Deeply .grieved ' to hear, of ,^^ ; ��������� ^7^ her* kingdom .when  Itlawa.  Money will be   wired on   Monday  to , JJ^* ^J(.Especially   does   this  Bank'of    British  North America un- I ��������� pll8hment serve her In good stead  less you desire   otherwise.      Signed). i        ^    secretly   and   m   disguise  she  1 visits  the court    of    a royal  suitor  ithan once)   by. her. dexterous use  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 than1 any other paper;  Its  ' news is more spicy and up-to-  date; its Influence     is greater;  ' its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered;  its sub  scription rate is only $2.00 pel  ���������  annum; lt covers the field. Try  it and be with the crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  -day.  Table furnished with the choicest  thp  market, wifords.* Beit- Wines  L:quoi -* and  Ulnars. Large,   light  bedroom**..      *   Rrttes $1     ������  Mom hiv iate. --  '  J. ien/itP'i.  Sil  ;--^_*Jt>*.  ���������SrlJ  HI  RATE $loo PER DA/  r  Derby. . .,  The  losses  are  about eighteen  millions,  insurance  five millions.  factory  that  even  ii .  21>3  !  General French is unable  to intercept j authorities  a   list  of  They    argue  ���������ench ..  -tlie-niam -Boer --f orces^he_may_score_X  considerable  successes   in -a  series   ol i  rear guard actions or  the  isolation  oJ  struggling bodies.  _ o���������������������������  those  confined  burit-is-not-doemed-wise-at-present  WIRE   SPARKS  Senator  Mills' health has  improved.  Jas. Craig.. Renfrew, has *been a^-  !>ointed  to a judgeship in the Jukon.  Deputy Sheriff Hoffman, -Woodstock,  was  killed  by  a  desperado.  The village of Milon, near Brock-  ville.  Ont.,, was almost wiped out by  fire  The Dominion company's elevator  and 15,000 bushels of wheat were destroyed by fire at Virden on Saturday.  M. Hennessy, Lindsay. Ont., met  with probably a* fatal accident in d  mill  on  Saturday.  Tex���������g  finn.la  are  widening  and   tho _]  who has been chosen' for her, determined that unless her heart sanctions  it,  the    marriage   shall - never take  place.    As   might  be   expected,     the  adventurous   Princess   Joan   falls   in  love with' someone else and her adventures  thereafter are    many,   and  exciting.     Mr.   Crockett    has    never  done better work than in Joan of tlie  Sword - Hand.     Joan- is a noble woman, full of daring and high-spirited  independence worthy* of a later century.    The  following' extract    Is    a  key to her character throughout:  "Ladles," flashed Joan, "I am sick  forever of hearing that a lady must  not do this"orthat, go here or there,  because of her fragile reputation. She  may do needle work or embroider  , cloths,, but she must not shoot with  a pistolet or play with" a sword. Well,  I. am a lady; let him counter It who  **  --'   > nltnr.  The  Columbia  House.  Good accommodation.:   , A * good "oil  well-supplied  with .choice wiaa������  ��������� liquors and cigars, ' . - -  PI  in  Free Bus Meets All Train  Brown  & Pool  - Proprietors    -  mi  gfe  mi  THE PIONEER LIVERY  ������ d and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lafco  BOEtt ARMY  to furnish  such information.  <���������' Dr. Blanchard, on being interviewed said that he could not conceal that  the situation  is    very   . serious,    as  thousands in all parts of the city and  ~���������.  ' province have been subjected to ex-  Estimated at A)mt 30,000-Burghers    posm.e     Near,y   m    patients    have  Will Fight to the peath j b_ _n   dismlsse(1   from    the    hospltal  London,   April   28.���������Tbe   Laaysmilli    since   April   11th,    and     these   have j  correspondent of the Dally Telegraph*  scattered to all parts of the country j  ���������say*;.    ''The Boers are preparing  to   and the east.   Doctors agree that it Is i  tspend the winter in Natal.   They aro ( the  worst  possible type  of smallpox 1  bringing their stock    from the high ' and admit that It Is beyond their con-  veldt Into  Natal  for winter  grazing ��������� troi  and  they are    demanding    that    the I  Kalfllrs pay tax to them instead ot  the government.   They (Kaffirs) must  remove south  ot Sunday's river.  According to a  special  despatch    from  -'       I..*.,.,*-   ���������_t trn-il pft  ij8   are   widening   .my . ���������������������������*; _x. am a. i"j ���������   -y-  -*���������-���������    .���������,,,���������_   oitnr  damage   to   P-Sp^p*^^^  seed-   shoot with any    man    at the flying  ing-indlc'at-es that the work is almost    mark.    She^ must taw. ������������������_&  lions of dollars.  N.  P. Rathway reports ,wh<:at_?_e^  WHITE     GWILLIM   &   SCOTT  Winnipeg, April SO,���������-Two   suspected  cases of   small pox  and   one suspects  e lidded to the   quarantine ��������� yester-  AU were from the general hos-  Nurse    ���������__��������� IcI^onnan    is  orderly  and    Miss :    Braddock,    was  completed.  Nine were killed and nine injured  by the collapse of a temporary bridge  at   the   Paris   exposition.  Two supposed cases and one suspect  were taken  to  the small pox quarantine  at Winnipeg,  making 29  In  all.  The  C.  P.   H.   will    protest    in  tM  courts     money* paid for: timber: seieed on; the  C. N. P. line by the government.1  Mr. Maxwell, M. P.. says Joe Martin  will  carry  British  Columbia.   1 o���������i  DOMINION   ELEVATOR   BUBNED  honor, which (poor feckless  will be (smirched if she speaks to  any as a man speaks to his fellows.  Faith! For me I woud rather d'e  than have such an egg-shell reputation. I can care for mine. 1 need  none to take up my quarrel. If any  have a word to say upon the repute  ot Joan of the Sword Hand���������why let  Barristers/ Solicitors", .Notaries'-Puhlic.  Btc  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  -.        Money To Loan.  W. White,.' J. M. Scott. B.A  Q.*C. . *'��������� Ij.  F. Ii. Gwillim  Saddle    and     Tack  always for hire."  Horses  . ml  as  Freighting  and  Teaming   a  specialty.. ___'     -'_    _ _  Dailv Stage leaves  for Trout Lake City  B.  Thomson's Landing, every morning at 7 o'clock  For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing  wen  day.  pital.  LorenZo Mar .ues th;=t estimates ( ^ ^ ^^  - i last two are coiiihied a^firesent i^the  Kroon-  6000  ot the Boer force  SO.OOO,  ot which  1300  are  stadt, 6(500 at Fourteen Streams  in Natal, 700 about Mafeking and 1000  ^ Pretoria, while 250 have been or-  iderejd'^pf.j:;} to Intercept .General i Car-  ringtons  fprcp.    The  work    ot    entrenching Pretoria te uvoceeding.  '���������fCpfnmandos ordere/l ,to the front  are obeying -reluctantly. One burgher who has escaped Injury in fl. number of catties, admits that tho Bpevs  jifyvc fired en the Red Cross frequently.  "The seri,d}pg of General Cronje to  ���������St. Helena has greatly enraged the  Boers, wlio are said tjo )io more than i lc  suspect  ever  determined to fight to the death,  ���������   .o   GENERAL LOUIS  BOTHA'  nu.j,,.��������� ...  being  whom are said to have.the disease.  ; Yesterday'was a good day all round  for patients, an improvement being  noticed in every case. Nurse Duncan  Is still very ill. as Is Mrs. Lyon. W.  Deering is also in a serious condition,  but .these cases are .the only ones that  can be regarded as dangerous. The  rest are progressing ��������� as favorably as  'pan )>e pifpected.  Dr. Inglps Wfis bijsy the greater part  of the day ai quarantine .and }yhen interviewed during the night stated tAat  nothing of importance had transpiied  ^luring'the day. He reiterated hid  former statement that lhe authoritips  :*y hope of having the epici-  _*.     C      i'i..      V. Ill        y.v..   and    take    action    to recover   u.nTsay it aVthe point of her rapier."  . ���������o   HORSE  LORE  j    Front ancient times t-Uo horso has j  boon an object of special veneration i  by almost all peoples.     It    was  so  among tho Greeks and Tacitus  snys  1 that thev Romans ip early times kept  white horses In tho sacred groves at  the, [expense ot the slate. It was  thought that tho neighing of a' horse  was a sign of victory In battle, and  the warrior' whose' hoi'BO.nneighed ��������� on  the eve ot-a_.con.ict felt assured ot  success.    On''tho other hand,  if thc  HARVEY & MQCARTER  Barristers. Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 pet'cent.  ..Offices:     Molsons Bank Block.  First Street, Revelstoke Station, B. i.  j. W. Crots,  Virden, April .",0.���������The Dominion Elevator  company's elevator  containing  15,000 bushels of wheat was destroyed  by  lire .Saturday  night ' '  of the fire is unknown.   o   The  origin  OIHe.-:   Taylor   Uloi*U, Mackeiiwe    Avenue,  Surgeon to tlicC l*.H'���������  lleTtli ollicer. City of KcvcHto ���������*..  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  BOBSRT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Drayma������i.  Draying and delivery work a epeclal-  ty     Teams always ready on shortest  Contract*   for  lobhlna  tak-������n.  notlna.  SEEDING IS COMPLETED  Pteachlng services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at toe  close  of  the   morning  service.  Sab-  k.������������������  faiip,i  to neigh  it  was  looked    CiUBO   ���������*.   ���������.���������������..   ��������� ���������"   -, .   ���������.,���������  ������^n as an evil omenV. In som^;parts   bath school  and Bib e class at 2:30  ���������������������^>*=tr. i2S'lr&saaa - estjsssta w������  ,, ....  __<���������  tiiff  nrovince  report  thai    hung o.er lo*. uuu������o y_, ._,___     ���������������������������,i     _.._;_ii-.ii���������  i_,vitn_-     Spats  free.  all  parts  of  the  province  report  -...-.    ..������������������,  ~.~   ---_        d   to bHng  the wheat fields are now green on all    stalls   was  suPPOSe_-i.���������^���������u���������llr^  sides and farmers have completed thei*  seeding operations and are now engaged in breaking up new land. This  is the earliest and most satisfactory  season in the history of Manitoba.  ,  o������������������������������������  good   are cordially invited.   Scats free.  ^ortunera^nd^even-amonB ourselves at .   -        rWs.J.THQMPSQN,   Pastor.  LUlbUue,   w.i_,a   *,.__rV   Tim- ���������   the present time there Ib a very prevalent  feeling    that    tho   horseshoe i  brings good luck.   In fact the horse- I  shoe, more than aiiy other object, is  *���������������������������-������������������-- ���������*-'>'.������..���������������   _^f nlT*_irs  ive    ever  Irpl and deprecated any  .ity" riimoi-s" Vlilwh V-ere  afloat.  BOER   FORCE   AT   BOSMANS   KOP  A Russo-Britigh plash in Persia  should at "least give. us "Some .musical  Lalla Rookh ��������� war; map names '��������� with  which to offset the Boer tongue  twisters.���������St.   Louis  Republic.  Conductor  John    Savage    of    Rat i >��������������� f ""������������������������ ;���������.��������� -.:,   ���������,���������.������������������,���������������������������  Portage  while   passlu6   omorwlc   on ! to be threatened with mMortuno  St; Peter's Chur'cfc (Anglican)  In some part? of Euroiie it is ljelwv-   Eucharlst;i first Sunday ,n ^e month):'  --    ������        i  ���������___������X1     ,r_n" !     /*h1Mr-pn_i'  REVELSTOKE  1^0.  WORKS  Blacksmithing, Jobbing,  LMumbing, l'ipe FiLLing,  Tinsniithing Slie.et Iron  Work, Machinery lie-  paired.  Mining  (anadian  v .Pacific  Railway  ���������Dd-  IREC  Soo Line  ROUTE  EAST AND WEST  Klin*.rA-M f!f cr-cre on nil trains.:'Tourist car*  pas*, l.ivdsiole <lai!y for St. Paul;  Tuc*������Uyi  a'.'il s-nturrtnys l������ir*;Toronto-..'TliuMdiys* for.'  M.;i'ireol anil Hosto '  5"i:  d that a horse's hoof micv a child's   ������3"0 Sunday     school. or     chiidrens  nlltow    prevents    convulsions ���������   and    tervice;  7:30-evensong (choral)   anrt  wlth    horWs  teeth  are. supposed   to  lieel).sermon-        Holy    Days-The     Holy  ' away the toothache.   If *��������� horse shies   ^cHartst is celebrated at 7 ���������������������������������"*  ! ara.house that household is thought . a3 an���������ounced.     Holy -Baptism  , at a.nouse ,     ,.,   _, ,���������        j ^^ Sun.day gchool at 3:15.  E. C. Paget, D.D., Tastor.  Work    a    Specialty  KOBT. GORDON  ���������R-i T-plHrVip  . ,     Aliwal   North,   April  London. Apri. ffl^-m Commandant lh   e are    30������ Boers    .  IiMta   Botha   theBoerHWpeartohiive ������������������    ^p   ,���������> ������������ 8-JbMd dl^  round a capable successor to <*p&     trict    ��������� ?������%������% ^'S Kop and  As the result of Ills might | w* Sf ^ . t Kletut Dr5������t on  Wednesday was struck ������rom the topi   _,-       ,*~"~  ��������� -,.  ���������.',,.  of his train bv an ovprhanirlni"* wa'w-      T^ ardent solicitude for the amity  ������ni������it    nni   li vert   r,nlv_f-lS���������? ^   Oft ' oC  the  ������hilh  ls dUe  to the| mobilization  spout, and lived only an hour aud 20   of  a Russ|an nrmy    on 'the    Afghan  i minutes.   The deceased, who leaves a    frontier and  the    confessed  intention  lt  is   re- j -wife and  child,    was    a    prominent . to occupy   Herat   at   an   early 'day.  rtnpr<5  at ! member of the O. "R. C. {Having explored    all   the   routes -..to  \Tif__-      a���������   iv,_(   tt.__io   ���������>���������������_,_,      __������   British  India,    the  czar has    decided  UiC\   An   EaSt   Indla  Prlnco-     onito  mark  his  baggage   "via  Perila."���������  first visit to this conutry, suffered   Philadelphia Times.  ���������  i������:fft.  8:?'.  ������;!���������>..  DAILY TRAINS -   Ic-ivc���������      -clet-.ltc���������iirrive....  ...arrive " leave.*   To aiicl Irom KiKitcnay Point*   Ici ve���������fievelmoke���������arrive.  v.,.-i  ..17:10  ..liMi  ..V*.:!'  '-      ���������   '  !   t>ttBB^VTEKIAN   flHTJRCH���������BcTClstoke  i .'.'-  Rcr.vico''evwi Buoday at 11 a.iii ������nd TJtt  Blb'e'��������� CIi8������_*at   2S1CI  p.m*   ��������������� *~hich  joubert.  and quick motion It may  be assum-  cd ���������ow   that   tho    retreating   com  mandos.have gotten safely away   v   h  tho transports.    K  is true that  H>ul  ItobertB   despatch   leaves   much  200  lhe Caldcon river.  A long distance  telephone between  Wlnnlpel ������n������l  B���������-}don wIU bC C������n"  structed nett month.  si   continuously -from   cold   that    he The  omcials  of   the>. Chicago,   Bonfc  contracted  pneumonia  and   died.   ������e ' Mand an    Pac ������     '*^tl      .���������!  as cremated and after being some 10 cOded^to^oll^v the ^o^oi t*j.hni    ,  inutes in tho crematory an attend- n  tne!  m*                  employees on tho.  At opened  a small  slit in  the sWe ^2,���������.^^   "school   on   vteels". ������QJ.  of the turaaco to note,the result. Tho en^neera. in������remen,    mndnr.tors    and  prince .was  slflb and  was  m  ant  p.m. mid e ��������� ������..i 'bim *'*��������� ���������������!}'������������������ J" (TS'Sl1  nil are wrlcomo. Prayer weeting M 8 P-ni.  eery Wedneartay.  REV. T.-MEJfMK3. Piator.  i. OMAN  1> ..-Htoko  CATHOUC   CHOROH-Revel-  Miuo  tint anil third Snndayi in  m< n .hat 10:30 a m  :   REV. FATJIE.I THAYER.  :o to noie.ine is***"*- *��������������������� enRineera. "���������"������'��������������������������� ���������":rX?7the Bock OXbVATION  sitting ' holt upright on brakemen la to be a p*rt ottbe iiocit sj Ul thc.lr hs���������  9uted ".Shut that df������OT!" , Island  pj-sWW.  ;l  i \LVATIOV ARMY- M"Ctln  '   *   "'   '"'   '1 oa Front Street  cvf.ry u.ght j  Undertaking ard  F. Howson & Co.,  MACKEXirK  AVE.  R .1.11 ncalenln Fumltii������.  T;ikct8 L������sued anil bagifago -.licckcd tlircngh  to '.destination  Cheap Rates .."'.���������'  -to the--*- - ���������     '    ,      *'",    ���������"���������','  Old Country        '  F..i lUli i*.nrticiilar-a- to time rates, and fo- '"  coptee; ori'C. P. K. i.uUlcatlous, addrcn tieara '  local^a e_ot or  T. W. BRADSHAW.  Agent, n^etetota-  \V. F. AmJcrJon.TraTellli S i,a'������"'Se������; A������"  Kelson. U.C. ' -'*. ������������������.������������������'-.      -"    .-  E.   J.  Coylo,   Asslttan' ' Gsaer*l J Funa&r;  Agent. VanroHver, B.C. ,     _.*���������"' ir:
^il,iT'ffiliifrriTTTTv,_r,l-Txi_W'-fr*,illil * '���"y'p
I Springtime
Evorybody should take a tonic anil ��
Blood purincr. One ol tke very best T
thlng6 for thia Mason is a specially _____
prepared and powerful T
made lor ourdelvcs. J
It retails ior II per bottle anil will do fr
more  good    than    several of   patent fr
medicine?, fr
Sold onlvat the.... 4"
McKenzie Ave.    -    r.evelBtoke Station  X
* *-i-i VI lit *************** fr
Local and Genera! News
Remember the concert tonight.
Countv court sits here next on June
���Boy"*, washing suits nt _\I. K.
"W. Kirknp arrived in town on Wednesday morning.
The Webb-Dndsilon concert in the
Methodist church tonight |
��� If you want a smart veil, go to _M.
K. Lawson.
Mrs. Yo.urig nml family of.Soniis are
visiling her mother Mrs. Cnrhutt.
���Ladies* anil chiidrens' Miuimcr
vests at M. K. Law-son's.
S. Sutherland, merchant, of Ferguson, was in town on Thursday.
The Rossland started on her lirst
tri|) of the season tliis morning from
*'Dad" Black, one of Ferguson's woll
known citizens, was in the city on
The Topic reports u strike of '3 font
of high grade ore in the 350 foot level
on tlie Silver Cup.
Remember the concert under the
auspices of the Epworth League in the
Methodise church tonight.
���'The burial of General Wtmchope"'
by Miss Webb at the concert to bu
given in thn Methodist church tonight.
Services in St. Peter's church on
Sunday, Third after Easter, will lie us
usual on the first Sunday in the month.
A football club has been organized
wliich will practice every Saturday
afternoon on^the gun club grounds
from this ontv*
Four men and about load of supplies
left on Monday to work on the placer
claim on Smith Creek owned by Andy
Piirkes und others.
Frank Mclntyre   of  Salmon  Arm.
a brother of Mrs. R. Davis, is in  the
" hospital here buffering from a severe
attack of erysipelas.
The Mayor has rented an nfiicu in
thc Cowan block for n temporary
office for tho city clerk and place of
meeting for thu council.
The rooms in the public school are
beginning to he uncomfortably overcrowded again, in some cases the boys
having to be put three in a seat.
Ed. Mevillc, of Vancouver, arrived
in the city last Thursday morning and
has engaged with J. B. Cressnian, the
Art Tailor. Ed. is un expert coat
The Italian, Lenardo. who attempted
to commit suicide last Saturday, is
doing wonderfully well and strong
hopes are entertained of his ultimate
���Ready after May 1st���extra early
summer and fall cabbage plants, also
Brussels sprouts and a variety of
���sweet-scented flower pl-itits. Thos,
Skinner, gardener. St-lw
The regular pructicu matches for the
rifle cocupun V-will commence tomorrow
week. Capt. Taylor has a party of
men hard at work on the buttb on the
side of tbe mountain.
As a striking Illustration of the early
stage of growth thi_ spring a plum tree
,J. D. Sibbald'**; garden, which did not
bloom last year till May 30th blossom-
lliis year on the last day of April.
Stuart Livingstone and Mrs. Livingstone of Vancouver, who accompanied
Charles Wilson, Q.C., andMib. Wilson
on their visit here, were only recently
married, and their trip through the
province was of the character uiu
���honeymoon- tour. ������-���=	
We are requested by Mr. Charles
Wilson to express " his gnilelul
acknowledgements to the members of
the cily hand uud the committee for
the many courtesies extended to him
during his recent.visit,
Clms. WilMJii. Q.C., and Mrs. Wilson.
S. Livingstone and Mrs. Livingstone.
Judge Irving and A. Lucis all lift for
thi* west- on yesterday's No. 1. Mr
Wilson is goiiiK to take a run through
the Kraser river ridings.
Rev. S. J. Thompson will preach
b'.th morning and evening iu the
Methodist church next Sunduv. Sunday school and Bible class'Vm the
iificrnoon at 2:30. Strmigeis cordially
iuviled lo attend these setvices.
Some unknown sneak thief one day
la>t week made off with -83 and a milk-
bill, which the money was intended to
pay. both minify und bill being placed
ui a pitcher at F. Bilker's front door.
He is requested to return thc bill,
v-liiili can Ik: of uu possible use to him.
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���a"r<f_sS}g. 59
Quite apart from the fact of his
being the leader of the Liberal-Conservatives in the province, Chas.
Wilson, Q.C. is an interesting person
ality. Born in London,' England, he
came out in '02 to British Columbia,
while quite a youngster and in '03
joined the rush to Cariboo. In '0(5 and
'07 he was iu the Big Bend placer
mining and washed gold on French,
McCiillough and Smith Creeks. He
trapped all one winter on Canoe river,
He was very successful as a trapper,
though when he started in neither he
nor his partner knew how to construct
a trap and did not even know what a
marten looked like. After the Big
Bend stampede peteicil out, he went
hack to Cariboo and was for a year
editor of the Cariboo Sentinel, a small
weekly new.-pap'.T published at*
Barkerville, at. the rate of "four bits" a
copy. Mr. Wilson is a man of the
people ami a thorough British Columbian. His whole interests are bound
tip in Lhe province and tho sincerily of.
his desire to help out* her progress is
an obvious feature of his menial
make np. Personally there could be
no greater milikeiiess than exists
between him and his opponent and
the difference is entirely in Mr. Wilson's favor.
It is reported that Tho*!. Kidd. lhe
old member foi Richmond <vho started
ouL on this campaign as a Col ton
fiindinate, hns taken his address out of
llie papers nnd will finish up the run
us a straight M.-irliu man.
Just Arrived
Carriage Sponges
25c to 75c
Wool Sponges, 10c to 75c
Mediterranean Sponges
10c to $1.50
Manruka Sponges
$1.50 to $5.00
Red Gross
Geo. F. Curtis,
..vi.oi: w.ock,
McKeinuc Ave
It. i-5 also rumored that. Finance
Minister Ryder's term of ollice will
shortly expire in favor of Postiimsler
Brown, of New Wi"-tniinsterund who
will be gazetted at once.
Further Dame Rumor, well autlien-
tii-ated, has it. that. XV. W. B. Melniie.-'.
M.P.. is lo be the candidate for Cninox,
vice Rviler retired.
The Supreme Court
Supreme court was opened on Wednesday ul JI ii. in, by Mr. Justice
Irving, being the lirst. assizes held in
this place. The members of the bar
present were Clms. Wilson. (���}. C. and
E. P. Davis Q.C of Vancouver. A. D.
Mucin tyre of Kamloops. and Or. S.
MeCarter and J. M. Scott of Revel-
sloki'. The grand jury wa*-* sworn in
as follow*-: XV. lYl. Itriiwii, R. Gordon,
W. .M. Lawrence. H. J. linurne, F.
Bilker. R. M. Muyiif. F. McCarly. T.
E. L. Taylor. D. Robinson. B. A.
Lawson, J. I. Wot id row uud It. llowson. who selected Mr. Brown for lheir
foreman. ,Tlu. only eases before lhe
court, were lhe Queen v. Van Doseti
on u charge of taking money from IV.
Appicosl's pocket, and the Queen vs.
Oscar Legeie. the arson rase. The
grand jury found a true bill against
Legere and were then dismissed till
four o'clock lo permit of a wiliu-ss iu
the other case arriving from I In-south.
Legere pleaded not. guilty and the
following jury was empanel led lo try
the case : F. B. Lewis, W. Fleming,
C. B. Paget, P. Petri son. Eli Water-
son, K. Cay lev. HM'. Leake, li. M.
Allum. Fred. Baker, .1. T. Campbell,
It. M. Hume and R. S. Wilson. Mr.
Muclntyrti conducted the case for the
crown and Mr. Davis for the defence.
After hearing tli-e. evidence the jury
broiurht in a verdict, of aci-uiLal.
In thu next case (iueftt i* Van Onsen
the grand jury also found ��. true bill.
The following jury was scli-cu-d ui try
thetvise:    J*..' \i. "Dn-w.   J I.   Tli-irkd
liny -Smytlie. .1. E. Wood..las. L-uidci*.   l>'mt* a   really ple.-e-iintaiid pictnreMpi
G. W. Wiilsim. John Doyle. II. P.
LeukiNj'liju. -Field. John A-ir.ih'iiu-
son, R. AI. limine and R. S. YV'iImiii.
T._>-re wa.-* cous'u5tfr;|l)le rhiillengiug
before   the   .i.u'V'  wan   rwj.iinelled. il
Uikiiigiiolesstii.nl  seven   i*:.;./ies   be- 	
the   last   was   >-elerl...'d.      A. l>.   iJac-j ���
Iiityrecon.iucti.il the  pro^-utiou  r,���. i The City of Sandon   thc   Next   Victim
lhe crown and Iv. P. J">*iW.-.  Q. r'��� tlr-j    '       of the Derouring Element
fended.     After hearing   the  evidei'.re
Proposed Improvement to the Park
Accompanied by R. Howson and the
editor if the Mail and under the able
guidance of Aid. Peterson and
Abrahamson thu HeH.M.1. took n
survey ofthe situation on the pioposed
city park across the track on Tuesday
afternoon. There is no doubt that tho
location is one of* magnificent possibilities, neither would it be so very far
away from town if the proposition for
wliich Aid. Alirahiimsou is soliciting
subscriptions is carried out. They
propose to cut a road from the foot of
Douglas --Ireet'acrnss three lots, two of
which are. unoccupied aud the owner
of the other is willing. Very little
mole than a quarter of a mile would
bring one lo lhe boundary of the park
by this route. Thev also propose to
gut four or live acres den red this year.
Three Hies within Air. Polrrson's
memory have run over the ground
and there is no large timber on any
part of it. Still the new growth has
in parts gained considerable, headway
aud there are even uou* some pretty
snots to lie found. Fifteen years ai_.o
it was all a dense i edar forest, iu which
cariboo used to roam and where the
largest grizzly Mr. Peterson ever saw
was shot, weighing D0U lbs, The
HiiiiALD think*. Alii, Aliiiiliunicon's
scheme, which he Is l>li.��lilnl,' with
characteristic energy, is a good one,
A start must, be made some time and
although it cannot lw expected that
the wiik done un the grounds will hint' much avail for liiU season, still
what, is done will make a iilea.-unt spot
next year, when further opcr.itions
i*.-iu l>e conducted,  mi  -is   lo   make   in
THE. LEADING      !()I.K t-. i-n
announcing ihe a-rii nl of one   f ihu
select range." of
Ever Shown in the Interior.
*-l     p'u'l.Sill'l'     in
����� st uii'l mo l
The best nssurlinciil in the Cilw
Mackenzie Ave.
These goods are j'rom. New York m.ii'kols and aro
sure to meet tlie requirenienls ol' 'Jiote desiring an exquisitely dainty, exceedingly stylish, yet durable article.
Dress Muslins, Ducks
nl k s-��rr
l)   h.   Js. _*._*.__ i.lj!J ii-. fcVv
The Wide-Awake Business Men,
ft " . P
,:cl_cn7.ic   Avcrmo.
Is not in it with our prices on
Guy B
CALL .AND tilili
*tJt~ i
'ft!      1
Cob fectioner
Bread ���=��� Delivered - Daily
CAU, AXll j:.el'..uT OUIt hTOCK 01**
X'f. .*^_>  V :J
CS.T2 ft r'-i t," "p rip c3
Und Rose Decree limcls .'ocoiul  :1iul iourlh
Fririiiys of ench   month;   White  Kon-  licirruo
mooth lirstl'ri.Inv of l-iicIi inoiilli.in OildfuIlowV
Hull,   Visiting J_r-.ll_n._i ivcli'iniii*.
WM. MATHKUS, T. li. 1��� TAYLOR,
Sourotary. rresiilent.
'-tc^nliir 11101,'lin^.s un* held in the
OildfL-llmv'.-. Hull nn tlie 'lliinl J'rl-
ilnj- ol oni-li 1110:1th, nt .-. p.111 i-li-irn,
Vltitintt lirucliiL-n ciin.1 inlIv invited
ssw*- thos. s*n;i;n, w.m.
w fr
Tobr.ccos. Pipes, Cigars. Etc.
Scientific Works on Mining-, Etc.,
Mineral**.-, Minus und Mining by o��borii
]'rosin!clin��.    I.nuiititib'   and    Valnin.-
.Mini'!.���by Stretch.
irntulbo.il: of Itoi'ks-by Kemp.
ri*r.*.pei'tiiig for Gold   mid   Silver���
fr   Snunp .'.tilling of noiilo.-cs-bi-ilirlcnrcl  ���!���
fr fr
n) e weiier,
('. p  1;   W.\T<:;i  INHPlCdTOIt. '
On nml iiftcr"tlii.s ilntr otn* |ii*ii*i>s I'm* Out, F*,.
$l"00 Per Cord at Mi]I
$2.00 Per Cord Delivered
is   f.ilioiv.-,:���
Msn.i^ing; Director.
1*. yniinliine'i ivrnpiicil in n sinnll b.itllo,
aiul uiton the dour has been closed on
"rath by n Mimhi bottle of medicine.
l-jii't it iiii]iorliint,ili|.refnn., with mii-Ii
M-rimi*. inattci**,, to be sure of voni*
We pride ourselves on the qiinlitv of
oni-driiK.s, nml the unrcfiil wny in wfilcli
��e prepsue our mvdieincs.
To lie truly ncenrnle in eonip-iundiiii;
ineilieiuos is, more than weialits and
Tlie Famous Crow's Nest- Coal
'Leave your orders at my office .on IvtcKonzic Ave.
����� ,     .   '       ,,  ���
TeruiB:   Cmli v.lth order,
$V;.S0"a ton. Doiiverod from.tl
ic cjirs.
|)l-i(v    nf .leciwitiiiii    foi* tin- |H.*opl(_*
of Uuveli��t-.".ii>.
.*md a cons-icli'wilili1 ili.si-u-.sioii Lhe jury
ilis.a.nri'1'il iinil tin- ..*i.M' iv;i- tfii'il n 1:11 in
vesterilnv liofoiu hikiUii'I* jm*v i-onsis-
Ling uf: .. O. AlL-iiitl. U. K Li-nki-. K.
M. AII11111. H. Tli.-ic.kiT. (.<i.*i-. Fiulrl. .I.
V. Aiiiiili-oiiii. J. Iliuyri'i*. .Ini.. J. milt-'i.
It.     \V*.     Hll^.'lll,    ,l.    T.   (.!illll|liK.'li.    ,V-
HkJisoii .-mil IO. l-Mi-nrd. Tin* i*;iuij \*:i*
I i-ii-Ki ovi'i" niriiin witli l lit* ri'stilt Hint'
lifter ���f.-iri'l'iil cmiAidi-riilioii tli^j-
iiiqnitti.it \".'in Dn.-i'it. win) wasi lot no
on Jii-- own i-vcii^iii'/.iiiir.'e.- lo ii|i|iimi* nt.
tli>.* in.*..t iiHsi/.i'i injinswi'i* to 1 lit- ollu'i*
cliaifri. uf stunlin;^ money finni Mi*.
.M. ri-linul,
Wor-J ���**';.*. *nzii)vi?d in town curly
yestei'fl.ty mnriiiiif; <�����;)/> Jjj . city of
.Siiiuliin lui'l l>��en wipL'il i.nt Uy /Ji _���.
Thi! only (k-titil nlititinnlilc for niMC
tiino win that the mil wny htiitimi wun
ilfstrnviid with the rcstiif tin: town.
Mr. Needham's Position
lo thi. Kdi'.or >if ;li�� >li:r..ii,r>.
fr fr
T.nri:e nml Well Lijtbtcil
Sample Kuonm	
IifRii-il by -To! .\1r nnd iTlectric
JJjIIs cm! Light 111 every room
1 ;to Itii>, .Mei'l**- All Trains
Ke-i-niiil-.lt! liiitu-*, 	
JOHN' V. PF.RKS, PnoPitiKroii.
N'Klit  Grill i<i..)*a 'k '".uucciiuu for the Convenier.eo*of Ouoits "
Hourly Street Cur
i3KtVieeh Hotel aiul Station
0 lis 0
fiSA n^m**t*tm*       __       ���____��_��. so&caii V��kv('    -.!-��     ".v.-.v   nriiuir.   i'tr-rJi ?.*<
Nov,* i- the tune to call und hitiiiv.o
for 11 Si'i*!I.\"(, SUIT nml nn Ui'EliCO.VT
���spiondiil lino of t-uiiiii^, Newest
I'liihion rime..'-food workinaiiahii).
Next the McCatty Block.
Coiniuoiicini,'Jlny 1st, I'.HH), steanioi**,  nji|
a. follows:    (weather periiiiitin*.;)
a��~l.enviuK    Arriiwlicail    tivli-o    dailv
I lapli.v nnd  riionihun'- I iimiini-..'
 nl lOuVlocI; and lii'i/'i-'lnelc
2flP*l.i'iiving Tliniu-.on*s I.'mdhi'. fur   Vr-n...
head twice dally nt7::!i) and 1:1 o'eloi.l.-
Mnlcluu'   cln.c  i'i.niii:c:iolis with   nil  c. I'  it
trains and .ste.iinerj. '    '
Thc owiitrs reserve the 'nVlit to change
times of s*_ili:ig*s v/itliont notice.
VV E hereby notify the smoking
public that the Ci^ar, JVJakijrs' Union
have resolved to permit members ol
the Union to work in our Factory,
now at work with us.
TJ1CS.  J_KE. Pi nprietcif.
Mi JS ^1
' A puhlic mretiiiK wili lie |r.](1 jn
TiippiiiR's OpuT.-i Jfoiisi. on ..Inndiiy
ovisiiiiiu,* nrxt. nl. S o'ulnck. lo disi-nss
ways und iiii-.-iiis I'm* roliiliriiting the
QntTii's IJirllid.iv.
Kollco i< hereby (;lvmi 10 purc.ha-ers or lots
in lllocl. ���*A,"Tini-n of IKivel-iiol.-o.'otlnirwNu
Iinnu'ii n-i the "Mtini'i'iii.-iislte I'r^pertv," tlinl
all inslnluieut!, on iii'i-ouiii of piirohase are tu
be paid 10 .lnliii 11. iilbbulil, .Muni To��*n>iiio
Agent, und to no other person.
.1. A.MARA,
jk Tin:   si;i'isi*:mk count oi*  jJT.tTi.sir
COMJMl'.lA. ,
Jn the mailer of Tliu:iin�� l-ilehard-.uii, dece'iihed.
rntbe matter of the "Oltieinl Admiui,(rulers'
��� Dated iiintli day ol'.M.irch, A.U., l'.TO.
*-mnn-,/^,-'_M'fc/.,i--,,^rr-*M.,.*e-,rji,--j,. r.-/v*.4.-.,��_.,tf.__,
* %     B fi 3  ''.illJ i--;:;
���5< fr
���j" We Repair  �����
t, WATCHES       '    '  *
J _-   ami nil klnils of J����ollory.    %
%     V "jn   ""uric  Is  not sutisfiietorv \i*o' ��
.��  refund your inonoy. * ��
fr nnd hinnd by our ijuaranlce, >s��
*'' _*
fr Wit 11 l-o carry a kooiI liim of Waleheii fr
fr mill .len-ullory, wliii'li we dl-iiose of at fr
fr nioiluriilu piiee.-,, 1*,
.j, iiutcliiniikur mid .Tev.-eler.       X
���j,   l-'ir-.t Street, next iluar to 1Ii_ii.i_ii ollice.  fr
Lpou rendliiK (he iiillilnrlls of Alexander
.MoKao, Wallerdeollaii.l ClenrKO S. Mrl'urlur
it Is ordered thnt.Iainei t-'ei'jru-on .inns.r.in.-*'
Oinfliil'AiImlnlsiriiinr for the i.'niiiitv ronrt
IlKtrlct of Kootenay, -.hull be Adininlsi'rator of
all and hliiirnlur the goods,ehattel*. nnd credits
01 llioiinis KlRlinrilMiii, deceased, ami thai this
order be published in tlie IlKvuwroiic J1i:uai.d
uoivspnper for one moiitb.
[Signed]    A. J.McC'OLL,
1 iHliiiuI B*iMa__r<_^,w
& 7 TvA. T l-H
In Un- liu-i_Ii-.ru- ,,f your puiirr  f  r"rnl ! t'
i��nii- crrc-poiidcncii Ii.m.IcI ������ *i|r. i;rnl*;':i
roililon." I feel -orrv f.ir blur li.*cnrr-c mi
roiullnir all hi- letter lie irnncs In- IrN word-
to be a vciu|.*:na:i nn-l n in it rr which -nnr*;
.-oinetio-i wouiii i,.; proud of -but F hoii" In: N
not hurt inncii. .S'mv, .Mr. IMItor. an he bin
brini'lTl in- h- a ..llnr" before the public, 1
���hull be obliged to Ki,   Into  Muni*   ilt-lnlN,   bill
I*.i*L*rybody tiinko n point of altrjiid*
hiK tin. public; ini-utin**,' ti> buttli: 11I1011L
tin.* v;->-i*_ln-filicu nf QuL'L'n'.- birthday.
Tinii'. Monday evening nt S o'cloi*k.
I'liici/. 1':ippin)j:'__ opt-ni lionie.   which
the   ptibliu    spirited    proprietor   bus, , 	
kindlv pl.iiod nt the Mayor's disooBiil   'r'-- ���=;"! i-r'-.-iii J .-h��n wiiliiroi.i iinm..-.    Tb��i
far tin-occasion fwn ���* "pu8        ���v��cfal meeting of April mill I  niyvdf wn-110:
nil uif.o_n.Mnn nee. iinHi.r-.l   of   r   ciruu.it   -.peal.*   forOlhi-r-f, nnd
The Itcvelstokc boya of "A" company, .'lid li.ittalion Roynl C'.uiailians,
now in _i;,iiTi��oii nt, Ksiniimalt write1
the JIiiii.M.u Unit, limy uro nil in pood
Iii'akh and having a Kijod time. They
.lid their Hist pnanl on Mond.-iy nifrht
at Koi t. .M.tc.-niley. A. K. Frimcr hin.
��� h-pii prninoU'd to lip acting ((iinrt<-i*-
Rev. S. J. Tlinm)i��i*>ii  rotnrnod   ilii**--
fnrtlier.nl th�� " ruciilnr niui-iln*: "on April _...',
Ill1e.5i1n.lny rifter the Martin nn'ctlino of tlii-t
.sod-.ty, of -tlilcli .Mr. Crnii; doet not sitiii to
know ihf: c')rr.v:t nniii... I ��nv Lev.md cuntra-
dlctloii f was ii.ii;ire'unl. I refer .Mr. <;rnb; lo
nnhori i*<irri-.|i.iiide��<*e J -ciu tu the irrflfluiit
fi.r fiiforrinrtiiin on !Iim day of Unit ineetlirt'
(Strut) which 14 11 sure jin-oiif that. I v.*��< not
there, nml aflerwarN to nu Interview ar
my hon.v with lhe pre-blein, .on my non-
Hlii'ndani**.-,;*!!'! Iliml nuoiber rncm,V'r 10 n��k
Home rensmi tiu/l fiiber firn'-tibin-..
I would refer Mj*. i;rni*_; 10 Mime corrr-ir-.(.*;d-
. once from i,oni\f]i\trlrr' niwl rnv iioine *m-ii-i
,-,.,..-.'*-.*-<-..__.. IT..*-_T_--��_.-. .". L " " "i_    V" ' . laenl."&*ied     /���-     10      Ii*)t*_._.*i_,aLir.n.    .Vow,   .Mr.
i.iorninff from Kmnloopa where nr has i Kdiior. I hnvo other i:iii<.|_.1uiPnr ivima-lr- io
������een rittcnalnp tn�� annual di��rtict I i.roveiht. j ��*r.-i mon* ibati ,iu tn-i from th..
mcctinsro-f tho MethodlnC churclli-n in ' ;'*'*r.;iftryort|i-; builrtin- m ibMil,,!,.. but iff
ivmu oopi   aistrict.     lln.s   nieetinff I.i' l,e,._u ,,��� ti,�� sinriln��(ii-.s��Uou*��. iw 1 lis wmsliiB
Itir^elv prepiiratory In Its Work to   th��<   nv all over.   Now, .n to Out -eKnbir incctinss,
"tiliual coiifeivncc Wliicll   lii^Ltfl   llc.:L   !,hc I'^'-'eral I.nbor Uiilnti, -MW, iwi .iuiJ is on
��*M*����k Hfc \i.��* Wcufiiiinsfni. Tl... ��?��.- 1 ""K lir-f mid third imlimltiyi. of efleli month.
>i-Pk ��[..m h   wi willitibWl.    llie U��i.   M(|   Trades    .i    I.nbor     A��.��cmblr    j,   j,ni,i
I . J_ illni'l'illlil   liev. h.   J.   J llolllfjwpj In��   the   fourlb   SKtnrilnv   In    ench   irioinb.
ivprrxt-nl the district, on tbestat ioiiitj" 1''���'�����' i1'1':*' ""' iilrrrnilini I ilon't i.-now.    Ir v.*��-i
r/imillilU'C       Jtpv.    It.JJ   r_:_ii]lv   alio i ^'^0 l}lVv'.^}M ���""������"l"'lt�� Hmt Mr. ilriilR
Mr. J.C_��i-j-MiliorSi��il*aW ;.|��.|",|   ����.".*�����-. '*'��'"""   ��'-*re .r.-eleeted.   Mr.   (:,B|B
i.i the .Sunday erlimrl r-niuniitloi-.  mill
1{hv. T. Ni'viflcand II. fi. 1.ovpi*{iij_t  to
lht* Kpworth Lonpriif totnroittor.   .Ono
���-���nfliunti*    for    the    ministi-y    w.ih
i .aniined and inncii to the   n-jfret ^if
tin.-   meeting    wit.*s   rvjecLed    on   *tJiu
frriinmlf of ill hcultli.   A tunnel   total
f.f 80.757 for all church   pnrpoyps   wiw
raispd _]�� $��-\X r?&P .a ths d!;U;:t.
% rw, IS BOTH
|  ,.__ _
X The I'lopvii-to). i-wjuois your
* patron a ��<! on lhe nlwivi- facts.
fr First, . f'.lasn Machinery iiml
Kir-Hf. Oln-s Whit.i; Help, en-
Miiro.-i First (Jlass* Work. A
tiinl order is Milicited frinn
ont.siidi! puinis, or from ic-ti-
dents of l*t<_vcl.<lnk._ who are
not nlri'iirly on our li.*-t, of
Paints, . , Oils,
| flui I'.i.iuyrm il/,c|, i|f (he iibovi! bus lust
gnrriiwl mil! wu lii,vi,'inu.:i! iibi'i,_u,-. i;i
[*. pbicliur before the ltevel-toko public a
K li<l of i ho (jnuil., v,*e are now pre pared to
L .upply iiii-iii ut reiuouubli! prices.
H Dolled and [law Oil, Turpentine, Coul,
Tar, VnriiUliuslii three grades,
(Coio,> K;;iipi<l In oil, Jii|nni or Dry.
Odd Water Knlmjiiiliio in every inii.ai.
*.      i...   .
Whlllii*,', I'liiniurmnl I'ortliinil Cement
( besl qiliillly
All piM'.-on.s liiiviiiKi-liiiii|.|ii;;riiii..( liio above
iianied ilectin.sed urn required lo i-ciul In rmr'.
tl��tilnri..irf their claliiit, dnlv verllied, lo ,1 I*-
Arnistrong, fort Steele, the Aumli;l.-,.i-.iior|
within one monili from tliL-iInto. after wliinii
,Vu.V.ik '." f?1'" =>il��'in:*-l*r��tor will proceed to
illstributethee-itatu amou:; tho.-s persons of
whose chilnis he .-hnll then have iioth-e nnd
said administrator will not l;j iM-tnon.Hibie
iiu>; creditor of.whose claim _.o olin.ll not liuve
iind notice nt Ihu llineoi -teh illstrlbuilun.      "
fluted this mini day of JIareli i!��H).
_, i-  i.   C'-O-H-JfCCAltTJil!,
  buiiulliir f��r the Aibnfnl*.trtiior.
For Rent. ~
A (lnu new iiiiic-roomed bouse wilh nil
modern Improvement-, cuinplele In uvorv
deta I, liinlu. line balb, clu.set and . bo v. I,
be-ides niimeroii.*, llu-; d-Mlies clo-ji,,, paali-
etc.,   aud   a   Mini   collar    :-ep:i!-a(e   fro..     Hie
IE_. JnK''' mn^ ,ue"leJ'   **i'i'i��* ��t
W    WhllliiK, I'lii-itei'iuid I'ortl
[j   rioinl-fKiiiiraiiiccd to be of
and nil Ironi beat maker**..
��/iV A r;j) "'J*-
liiiiiJ.*.- iirfy,'Dn< it nil. but llien: lire othern.
Xow.i'r'. 1,/,'Jor. ulm If lhe linrV If Mr.
Crnii; ii.*..| jiiiicii,i_f.r bin clinrftcteri��tlc Itingunize.
be iiiHj* iind hini-ell .-.r <:ourt 1*.ven one will
nut tal': ii**-butit riHfriio/.t fooli.sh lonoileon.
It ii iiinnli hh Mr. MitrtlM"toff. i'-. Criiis In one
of lii-i replies thnt fonio inifji l/ijo'jijlit thev
.icjiew -Tiinothiirg. but there Wfc'u tli_i_i"iTfl>-
uMtiln^.in it. '   '"
Von i h.
���ON   EASY   TBH.?;:
i Geo. S. Hogan
fr *D.��_..l_.-_._.
rEi.KviuiXfc sao. it a.
Stprrel'9 Hcchanics T00I3 for Sale
jlliinlwpii;, T|n��*nF(j. fitpvpa.
1 I'iiIiiih. oi:*f iiml (;in.��!i,
3 __.*��f~Ai;eut for ilniiillion 1'owder Co.
I. iiilor 11111I by vlrtiie n[   ||,v  power nl Mtlu
...oiitiiinti. ina ccrt,.||, ludeimrrJ of aiorl*,-...^
whl.'h  wl   be pi ii.ViIni   iim tiini- ol*   .,*.lli,l
Uiere w|l| be oi ,*..i;d;,)r*,'.Ui; by pu'lilleaiie'tlfi;
bv liobert rl.Milyn,. K-,i..   AiuUl ;er,   al*lilil
iilllru, Mr-iytrcel, iieuil-toi:*] n. '.j., ,'���'*,.
day tic loil11l11.vnf.M11y l:n,u, m tbo i���,ur of
twoo'coek in Hit: niiernoon, tho followlm-
yiiliniblo pniiieroy  Minute  ou   Unpur  Arrow
.nice In the ili^lrlet 01 West Kootennv In tho
I'rov uceof llrliI'll Ccliiiiibln, iniuiclv 1 l.nis.
luiiilierslbBniii ii:w, In*Group  one. cm   Ihu
111!.!1. ."������"������L"*. lh'-' Sllr"'>; ��f t'"-) Konieiuiy
illMrint, col tniiiliii.' iMjii'tiior by ..dnionhiirt/.
wont three hundred nml fourteen ucre**, more
in* le-.i. unrt nil wruer records In coiiuoclion
llierewltli. On (lie projairty (hero i�� erected
11 frame hotot wilh other bulhlini;.- ami wllhlii
tho limit* of the property nre vnliiabbj niineral
��nrliiui;niidexce|i,.|it mticr power fiiiilllic-.
'J no terms anil tiiiiulltlou.- of r-ule mnv bo
iiM'urtiilucil 011 npiilU-iilluii to  tliu  iiiietlu'livvc
Clj:0. S. Mi ...llTJ.ll.
bevel.iol.c.tpril^H^"''"^ *>lM���
'  '1*1115 LATiiST J1.iJ*:A!-S IX
Siiitinors ��
Telephone 36.
V. ci.ml stj.-vi
P.O. Box 86.
Y r-
��          M
Tresiiprcr^nt; Xr'ti'.K yr _-Jcj ft lubo,-Attcatijy
*i���:_;,uli",<;is.,,"-',,',,,,-v ���*-',vp" ""'���t ""K 'ritm for
J-'f.'}!, ���'? *? ,',?,,,I,',''.1" ""w',l1' "Iflnfiieil nl the
Ul; l.lerl.-!,' oflice. ln.|;< iiniHt be UgKUil with
fiitii new i��g before lire iwth lirit.
C. 1\. fllfAW.
V.'t\ cjitufc", A\iM V!'fu, vm.    c*'r Clcfk'
^��   ^     oBUVa   A.M, ���     o?T,_'J_s,-.(fi.,/.**,
^ Notary Public and insurance A_cn.t.
v^mm tiwm&W':'.
Subseribe foF fchs ikaM,
-"? Faraiy Grocers
... *-'AV.'.i;i: ijHOg. !_...;; lo llifonn the publie
-. mid lheir i.ntiiiii-i tlint Ihey linn: ndded n
. . choice line of KJ'hsir Gi:t)Ui:itli:B to tl-.eli*
...'liu-i,-. nml aro prvjiirv-it   to .-ell  ��.i close
... liirui'.'-. for e_.-h.
A I. irgc nnngeof iiuporle*! Wooiens;
teleet from
J. B: CTess^ian.!./
*_���_��_. ,ii-.  . ..'   .,.',..,.*'*A   *'���' -"��� *'J1   *
cerrAi.iiii.'v. cic�� 01.1
Wc Mtlll lrniidlc
Ali rui'*!;*** c*�� d-.-iiiered free of Chnr���-e.
1'rc-li .supply of .'nil every iiiuriilni;.
II. W. !!, J'.WiI-T, i'r.i
I'roiupt delivery of pori'Lis, but'
any part nf the city.
;ui'C, ilc, iu
C. rcfitl attentioa,
c-._,��* 4__?_.*___    Klor"��� or b>' Tcleifl
rtomft ifPfsrj I p;0ppt -a;tePiij:B,
Any Kind of Transferring:
Al)   order.  Juftia   It  M. _-*i���.. tj,-.--..  T0U11111
Tclerticne So-T^gsj vviJJ receive


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