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 :a  i i  /; y;  .?. ���������������������������. / ,i >  tfyLyY^lWl  fj  -.4  -ISSTJEID   T-V^XO'E-^--W-EEI^~_rTT_BS3D-A.-Y-S   -AJSTID   PRIDAYS-  _=.  Vol. IV.    No.  4y  /REVELSTOKE.B. C, SATURDAY,   MAY  26  1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  H  ��������� *&���������  .������������������������.  C. B. HUME  &C0.  Parasols   AND......  Umbrellas  We are now opening a choice  lino of Umbrellas and Parasols���������newest and prettiest  selection in the City.  CHILDREN* at   35G ���������$ | .50  LADIES' at '$|.25���������$8.00  UNDERWEAR  In Ladies' and Chiidrens'  Underwear we are now  showing the neatest things  to be seen anywhere. Prices  are surprisingly low.  Hosiery  Attention is called to our  lines of Ladies', Gents' and  Chiidrens' Hosiery. Our  comfort hose is the very  latest idea in these goods.  The legs are cotton and the  feet natural wool. They absorb the perspiration and  promote health, and at the  same time are "light and cool  We have these hose in gents'  and L.idie������' and there is a  big run on them.  Spring  N-eckwear  Tlie latest Spring Novelties  in Neckties art* now on view  in our store. If you waut  something neat and fashionable come and inspect our  stock of these goods.        * "  Carpet  oalG������...  Our great drive in Carpets  still continues���������25 per cent,  discount. Money saved is  money made. By buying  "our^Cai*p"ets_you"_cah"in"akV  some.  HOUSE  FURNISHINGS  In Wall Paper we are offering special inducements this  spring in the way of low  prices. We have a big stock  to select from a.- d those  needing Wall Paper will  find it to their advantage to  inspect our line and get our  prices before purchasing ol*e-  wh ere. Our Window shades  and curtain poles are new  and artistic.  Groceries  We are always on the top in  this line; being the heaviest  purchasers we can afford the  choicest goods at the lowest  prices.  RAM LAL'S TEA as a Package Tea  cannot be beat. It has no equal In the  Market, as a sample package will convince all lovers of good Tea.  C. B. Hume & Co.  REIT DEPARTMENTAL  SHOE BARGAINS ALL BAY TOBAY  -The Latest Styles Out.,       f  Every man within reach of this Store who is  thinking* of a pair of new shoes will be interested in this announcement for Saturday  morning-, It r efers to 300 pairs of boots which  came our way at a reasonable, yes, a big discount off regular values and are now ready to  leave us on the same easy terms. All up to date  styles for this season, all of good qualities as a  matter of course and a full range of sizes. The  men's boots are on view today in the east  window.   Don't miss this shoe sale.  50,000 Yards Good Fine White Cotton  at 9c. per Yard..  i^V!? CiTP' ? wl"? V.. A!,,d S������ ifc "' Probab*y the lowest price at-which such a  goo.l quality ot White Cotton .has ever been offered. It's the way, we have inst  purchased the entire.lot of-null ends" of alarge Cotton Company to great advantage  and decided to pats   it right   out of our  hands at  this   next-to-nothing   rate t__-  50,000 Yards, in all lengths, of from 5 to 10 Yards, all 36 inches wide, full  bleach and fine round thread-the regular twelve and a: half cent, quality.  The lengths will not be cut.   To-day's price���������9c **=-������i.. Hu^my.  Shop Early for DRESS- ;&Q������I)S:  We ve planned a very " paying " list for you if you.come to make  your choice before the quantity on hand are all-gone. The variety  of goods thus offered includes nearly all the Spring s.vles'in vogue  and you'll be delighted with the high values; but come early to be  sure of them. . J  Five pieces new Spring-colorings, Amazon  cloth   suitings,  pure  wool. -.4 inches wide, with correct weiuht.fur Spriri"* costumes ���������  Speda! ; : ������������������ -^ $ 1.00  Five pieces new black   fancy  fabrics,   silk  and   Mohair,  raised  effecisj beautifully finished, ^mall and large  designs,  fast  black  This material will make a ISobby Skirt or handsome dress, 42 in"  wide.��������� Special ' nnn  Our Final Shipment  of Muslins  These dainty corded muslins are more popular Ih.-in  .ever.. This.uarti _nlar_quality_-comes-from-the-niitkur���������  direct   to  this Store.   As this is  Lhe  Inst of these  superfine Roods we expect to receive it will he wise to  make  a  special   trip    to  see.  these   to-day.      Ten  pieces new muslins, width 30 inches.     The styles nre ���������  particularly   dainty   many  small   spots   anil    little  figured patterns  that  are  always  wanted  for children's wear; then there are plain  and  fancy  striped  designs, white or colored grounds, splendid  washing ���������  goods.    Elsewhere a similar, though inferior quality,  sells at 20c.   Our special price 15c  Ladies' Up-to-Date  Sailor Hats  No Headgear so appropriate for wiirm weather wear  ns thc iiiiisit. natty ready to wear Sailor Hats, and '.his  season thev are going to he more popular than evp������*.  We never had so large a slock or so many varieties  as now. All the correct American styles nre* Were  and prices that will please you if anything will.  English Brussels  for 60c.  Not an every day offer, but a special ocensitn  today, that will hring many a, pi-iidi-nt buyer here  at eight o'clock. The saving is well worth appropriating whether on the Brussels ore the Union carpet,  and splendid oil cloth reduction'cover op the difference between' the regular and today's prices on  what you need and come early enough to make it  yours.  100 Yards English Brussels of choice design and  coloring goods, worth 70c. and 75c.. to clear out today per yard at : 00c.  One Hundred and Fiftv Yards S'.iper Union Reversible Carpet, 38 inches wide: a full range of all that is  newest in designs and colorings suitable for bedrooms  Regular price 6oc.: Special for today per yard  at 50c  Two Hundred Squ-ire Yards Extra Heavy Canadian  Oil Cloth, all widths up to 2 yard?, in new floral  and  black designs���������a splendid  wearing' cloth���������worth 50e.  Special for today per yard at 40c  Guaranteed  Kid Gloves  ���������NewcstrshHdes,ipreltie.st-stylesribnnnd-"to-give~e*n^~  ���������during satisfaction.     Enough different pricings to  .tie sure of���������just, the style and quality you prefer and  ti o possi bi 1 i t.y. of d issatisfaction been use our gnaran tee  ���������goes with ench pair. Those who have glove needs  for  today   or;.any   other  day can choose here from  '"the'finest and most varied selections.und yet at most  moderate cost.  Ladies' French Kid Gloves, fine quality. "-Fowns"  festoon sewing, gusset fingers, three strand, newest  ���������embroidery, in white and black welts. 2 dome''fastener, all new shades, in tans and blacks, and every  pair guaranteed.    Per pair  $1.25  Flies' Fine French Kid Gloves, Paris point, embroidery hacks, self welt and gusset Angers, 2 dome  fasteners.   Special per pair $1 00  Plain or  Fancy Stockings  All the new and pretty ideas for Summer Hosiery  are on hand and no better time: for choosing them  than now before nny of the ."most pleasing lines are  ���������exhausted. You will find many popular styles in  both cotton and lisle and reliable lines of Cashmere  for those who prefer them. Some few descriptions  will interest you.  Ladies1 Lace Ankle and All-Over Lace Lisle Thread  Hose, very latest'designs, specinl heel and toe. Hermsdorf dye.   Special 05c  Ladies'Plain Black Lisle Thread Hose, double heel  awl to-e, full.; fashioned. Hermsdorf Dye, extra fine  quality and finish.    Extra. Special Value 25c  Ladies' Lace Ankle and Fancy All-Over Drop. Stitch  Black Cotton Hose, tiinde of extra fine JMaco Thread  Yarn, now designs, double heel and toe, Hermsdorf  dye.   Special at 35c. or three pairs for .. .. ..$1 00  Lndies1 Plain Blnck Cashmere Hose, doiible'heel and  toe, full fashioned, good medium weight, at 35c. or 3  pairs for   $1.00  THE QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY  ^BOURNE  BROS  General Merchants      . Revelstoke, B. G. I  Revelstoke Celebrates the 8ist  - Anniversary of Her Majesty's  Natal Day  EVENTS OF THE  ROYAL DAY  Revelstoke   Holds   the   Cowan-Holte n-  Downs'  Cup.���������The   Grand  Parade   Wigwams   v.    Dents    on   the    Ball  Diamond.���������The Football  Game   Goes  to the   Home  Team.���������-Athletic Sports  and Bicycle   Races.���������The  Deacon   at  the   Opera   House  Winds Up  With  a Dance.���������The Football Supper at the  Central Hotel a Marked Success.  The   Queen's  birthday    broke    oh  Revelstoke with a promise nf unsettled  weather,   which     was     consistently  curried out through tbe day.    It blew  in the morning,  rained in tho; afternoon and the sun only warmed things  np by fits and starts.    The town  was  full of people, numbers having arrived  by train tbe day and -evening  before  to take part in the celebration  and iu  spite  of    the    weather    Revelstoke  managed to put up a very; enjoyable  holiday for  her guests  and citizens.  Bunting   was  liberally displayed   on  every side and R. Tapping had erected  a triumphal arch near the bandscand  which made an  effective  feature* on  Second street.   Everybody was full of  loyal   enthusiasm   and    prepared    to  enjoy themselves.  The first event on the programme  was the Gun Club Shoot; which came  off at 9 a.m. on the club's grounds  with the following results :  Co-tvan-Kolten-Downs cup, 20 birds, unknown  angles.  REVELSTOKE GON CLUB.���������1st.  .J.G.Barber 11.  Chos.Skeene..::'  VI.  II. A. Brown   II.  '    A.J. McDarrelt 11.  Win. ;Lawreuce  7.  ���������Total 55  TROUT LAKE G.N.CLUE.���������2nd.  Alex.   Mi-Kae ....14.   '  . WVBaty ' '.... 8.  F.O.Jilliott ....-  4.  Wm. Schmock 6.  N.* E. Lay  2.  ���������   '   ��������� ���������Total 31  '������������������:   REVELSTOKE.GUN CLCI1 3rd,  Willis Apmstrong.. *.-.-. .._...-. 10.  -���������   ' Fred. Somes .'.���������.  K. D. Johnson ���������.���������.���������.���������wrc-f!*."'. 13.  ���������     H. PorryTeake.'....'  7.  T. E. L. Tuvlor (did not shoot)  ���������Total SO.  First Prize II. A. Brown���������1 1 1 1 0���������4.  ;.': Socond Prize A. McRae���������0 1 o and out.  Prizes for men wlio.hftvo. never'*shbt before  this season in il recognized Gun Club.  *   1st. Wm Bonnie, Trout Lake  8 ���������  2nd. Wm. -ci mock, Trout Lake........ t>  SECOND SHOOT.  Sweepstakes of five birds each unknown  angles.  K. D. Johnston 4  II. A. Brown  *2  ������������������ \V. Armstrong-��������� ....*............... .... 1  A. J.-McDonald  1  A. JIcHae *...*  4  C. Skeene ...;... ................... 3  W-iu. Lawrence......... ............... 3  * ���������".!.* G. Barber ..... ..................... 2  *..:  Johnston and Mcltao 1st and 2nd.  C. Skeene 3rd.   '  TIIIKD SHOOT.  Doubles of lour birds.  A. McDonald ". 2  K. D.Johnson........................... 1  '���������:   J. Barber ............................... 1  W. Armstrong  1  A. McRae................   1  C. Skeene..;............................ o  Wm. Lawrence  1  McDonald 1st���������Shoot off for second money���������  Barber 2nd.  . Trout Lake have material for a. good  team, they are all men except one who  never shot over traps before this  season, besides they are not used  to'the dark back ground we,nave here  When Revelstoke meet them again  there is a good chance for the tables  to be t urned and in Mr. A. McRae  they certainly have tho greatest coach  in the country.  Next in order of time was the parade  which started from the opera house  corner at  0:30  a. m.   The  following  societies and others took  part in  tbe  procession,   which was certainly the  best got up  affair  of   tbe  kind yet  attempted   in   Revel9toke.     It   *wns  headed   by Chier Marshall W. J. Lee  mounted,  who wa-.i assisted by S. L.  Saunders also mounted and dressed in  the handsome undress uniform of his  old corps, the famous N. W.M. Police  of  Canada.     Thu   baud  followed   in  their very   picturesque summer   uniform and their  excellent   music   was  commented  on  by  everybody.   Then  came   the   L. O. L.   marching behind  their float which was a very effective  affair,  emblematic of  the order, gay  with flags and streamers and adorned  with excellent crayon likenesses ofthe  six now so widely1 celebrated generals  in South Africii, who nre members of  the order,  Lord Rolierts,  Lord Kitchener,  Gen. Buller,  Gen. White,  Gen.  French;: and    Gen,      Baden*Powell  jThiwe portraits were the works of W  W. Bews' artistic pencil and evinced a  most remarkable talent on his part for  catch ing a likeness.   Next came Lodge  Royalty  of  the  S.O.E.   with  their  float, which was preceded by the white  ensign,   the flag of the order and  a  mounted artilleryman,  F. Sysons, of  the   Winnipeg battery,  in   the   neat  blue-and red 'undress uniform of his  corps.     The float was designed as a  ship and was literally streaming with  flags.   On     it    were   grouped seven  young  ladies. Miss  Iiilie Carruthers  with the banner of St. George in  the  centre    for   England,   Miss   Francis  Lawson with Su Andrew's banner for  Scotland, *Mi8s A.-.  Grogan  with   the  green flag and .harp for "ould Erin,"  Miss       Jean        Sutherland        with  the maple leaf banner and   snowshoes  for Canada, and Miss Eva Doyle with  la   prospector*,'    pick  and   a    banner  blazoned >vitb the arms oftheprovince  for British Columbia. They were all  dressed in white with the colours and  floral emblems of their respective  nationalities. Facing them were Miss  Elsie Hooley in a sailor dress for the  Navy, and Miss Bessie Brnndett in a  red uniform for the Army, both -armed with rifles. The seven formed a  group of youthful beauty, which any  town in Canada would find hard to  surpass. Two small volunteer cadets  in uniform, rough riders, a naval  ofiicer and a Canadian infantry man  completed the party on the float,  which was a most elaborate and effective affair. Behind tlie Sons of England came the Knights of Pythias,  Selkirk lodge of the I. O. O. F��������� and  the I. A. M. Tlie Foresters float came  next, representing a forest scene  peopled by bears and other wild  animals and tenanted hy a fierce looking Indian, in whom one had some  difficulty in.'recognizing II. C. Dier.s  genial countenance. D. Rae lis a  trapper and Bert Gainer as a prospector formed an escort to the float,,  which was a very cleverly conceived  and well devised arrangement. Master McGregor in a clown's dress was  quite a feature in the front of the rig.  Behind their float came the members  of the lodge, and behind them again  the bicycle parade, which showed  many' tastefully designed wheels.  Miss Nana B.iker was however easily  Hrst in the popular verdict, and has  been adjudged a prize of five dollars.  Her costume and wheel all in emerald  green and gold, with the emblem of  the shamiock and harp was very  cleverly and tastefully devised to  symbolize Ireland. Next came .another very clever float representing a  blacksmith's forge iu full blast, on  which Mr.Near was-shoeing a horse  held by J. P. Sutherland. The novelty  of the idea; the iinconcernednes of the  horse and the business like way in  which Mr. Near went about his Work,  blowing up his fire and fitting his"  shoes attracted great attention and  admiration from spectators, who liued  the streets, as the procession wound  dong. The ' rear was brought by  several bus loads of children, who  testified to the loyalty of the principles  instilled into the rising generations of  Revelstoke by a continuous chorus of  cheers during the whole time of the  parade.  As the procession came ti a halt in  a perfect gale of wind at the opera  house, B. R. Atkins essayed a short  patriotic speech. The general tenor  of his remarks could only be. vaguely  surmised as he gamely struggled  against a forty mile breeze from " Mt.  Begbie, but there was no mistake  when Air. Atkins called for three  cheers for the Queen. A perfect roar  of -ivelcome received her Majesty's  name and was a fitting termination  to thegrand parade, which her loyal  subjects in Revelstoke'had just held  in her honour.  Lunch was served by the ladies of  St. Peter's congregation in 5Ir. Taylor s committee roonis and by the S.  A. at their barracks, both entertainments for the inner ..man being Well  patronized.  At 1 p. m. the doughty inhabitants  of the Wigwam met the g-tllant  boarders at Mrs. Dent's on the  diamond at the gun club grounds.  The result of a, well fought and in-  teres_ting_game__.of_lbasebaII_between-  them ' was a score of 15 to the Wigwam,against 7 to Dents.,_  At 2 p. m. the Revelstoke football  club met a team from the Lnrdeau.  .Unfortunately the Trout Lake club, to  whom the challenge was sent, had  made a previous engagement with  Silverton and theirbest team had gone  there. The team that came here was  recruited from Trout Lake, Ferguson,-  Thompson's Landing, Com.iplix and  other points along the, route in to  town, I. he Rcvelstokes kept their  opponents penned up nearly the whole  hour and a half, and the score at the  end stood at 5 goals in their favor to  nothing. Of the goals W. Woodhouse  was credited with two, Roy Smythe  two, Jehu one. The following are the  names ofthe Revelstoke team ;  ��������� W. AV. Lynes, goil; J. Purvis and  K. D. Johnson, back ; J. Lynes, T.  Kerry and W; Smythe (Capt.) half  backs; J. and L. Jehu, right wing ;  XV. Woodhouse. centre forward : P.  Donaldson and R. Smythe, left wing.  The names of the Trout Lake: players  were: Spence. Elge, Brierly, Harvey, Harris, Moore. Knell, Schmock,  Parisian, Craig, Morrison.  After the foothill game the following list of sports was carried through:  Prospectors' race���������T. D. I'iekard, J. Lecd-  holm.  Tujof war���������Winners, Shop team: J. Outbctt,"  E. Trumblo, K. 'Fowler, S. S. .MuLuod,' J. D.'  McLennan, K. Dodd, T. Afnslie, K. Ackert, D."  Swannon, A. Chambers, W. Campbell.  (City Team���������J. McLean,- W. A. Foot, H."  Laughecd, J. Samson, R. fiarnson, K. Adair,'  A. Edgar, P. McCarthy, T.. irflly. T. Hell.)'  SJO yard race���������T. E..L; Taylor, J.' K. Taylor.  14 mile bleycte���������F. Brown, It.'Fowler.  Ladles' bicycle race���������Flo. Palmer, May Cor-"  ley.  One mile foot race���������W.Campbell. A'. Harvey;*  f7.75 collected special prize S. ItllHer. third.  Half mile blcvcle race���������F. Brown, ft. Fowler,"  410 yard race���������T. E. L. Taylor, J. E. Taylor.  One mile bicycle race���������F. Brown', K. Fowler."  The judges T.  Kilpatrick,   T.   Bain,  F. '* Ciaig.   and   A.   McRae. .and   the'  starters E. Marslinllsny and J'.'* Riuger'  kept the   ball   rolling"  merrily as the  time was short.     Everything   except'  the   three   long foot,   races   and    the  bicycle races was pulled  oil' np on the'  ground,   which   were  'well   Bi'rnngcd  with seats'and staked off. so thai  the'  comfort and'safety of   the   spectators  was Piisu'n-ed.:   An ice ci-eatiiand fruit  i>ooth run by Mrs. Lee and J.   Savage'  was kept busy supplying refreshments'  to the crowd.  The bicyele'races finished','a patriotic'  oration from' R. Tapping , kept the'  attention of the crowd till it wns time'  to adjourn to the opera house to" take'  in "The Deacon." The house was"  packed tip_-tiiirs and down*. The play,  was well put on and presented' by the'  caste, whlcfi" was as follows:'  CASTEOF CHARACTERS".'  Dis'acon'Thornton. Mrs.Thornton's brother-in-  law, witb'-a passion" for lemonade, with a*  * stick in it.....;:......,..._.v...E..M. ALLUM  GeorgoGraef, Mri.Thornton's nephew....: .   *.   ...'.......................... GEO. KNAPI'  George Darrah, (alias Malt Wheeler    '  JACK TWEEDD.iL****.  James Reed (a friend of Darrah'j*.) v t  Pedro (an orcan grinder) ',"E. Edwjirds  Policeman; J  Parson Browp.low.... .......,.R. S. WILSON*  Pete, (Mrs. Tiiomto'n's servant)'.R.H. SA WYE"'.'  Billy (the Deacon's boy)........JEM. GRAHAM  Miss Amelia Fawceu, (Mrs. Thornton's maiden  sister)....... ..���������;:.......... MISS ... EDGAR  Mrs. Thornton.... ......:MIS8 E.-PETTIPIECE*  Helen (herdaughter)......;.MI3S B. SAWYER  Mrs. Darrah (George Darrah's wife)*. ..*.*. *.  ..*  MIS3M. CORLEY  Daisy. (Mrs. Thornton's servant):    MISS K. DUNN.  Nellie. (Mrs. Darrah'schild)....MISS B. DAVI3  E.   M.   Allum    in   the   title   psirt,'_  R. H". Sawyer as' tlie  iil-iijiiitous Fe'e'  and Mis? Edgar as the old maid,  filled  the star roles of the piece excellently  and'were well  snppoiled   Hy the rest"  of the company,-though'th'er'e was a"  decided tendency to speak .too' low in] '  one or two of the pftrtsV.  However the"  piece was a success and the City Band,  are to be congratulated   on  a capital-  evening's entertainment.    The tireless _  energy and artistic performance-of:the"  musicians of  this popul.it* institution"  helped   immensely, .to . the" successful",  issue of the" "whole dayVc'elebration.  A', dance followed   the   play which  was largely patronized   and' kept up**  with    the    greatest 'animation''.and*-  enjoymetit   till    the   stiiall   hours   of  Friday niorninc.   Another entertainment,which wi ."proceeding at the simev  time was also a  great success.   The  Revelstoke   football" club entertained  the Lardeau tetm at a supper' at the  Central.       This   popular, house fully  sustained its reputation for first' class'  catering'ahd a most  enjoyable .not  to*  say convivnl  time,'was" sp^nt  by tbe  united brotherhood of leutht'r" hQ'ntei-s"  diiriog thfe evening. _        ., .  The     whole     cel'-bration     was   an  immense success*.    The UEltAl.'D'hopes"  Revelstoke  .will  lie able  to  welcome,  her Maje.sty's Slst natal day next year'  with'still another aod'eveii better one."  PROGRAMME:  Girls under 12���������Nellie Daniels, Hilda Hobbs-  nnd Nellie Bain.  Boys under 12���������Earl Pcttlplcce, Joe Morgan,  George'Toombs.  Girls under IS���������Nellie Daniels, Nellie Bain,  Flo. Watson.  Boys under IS���������Earl Pettlpiecc, Frank Gucr.  in, Alex. McCallum.  100 yard dash���������J. JE. Taylor, T. E.-L. Taylor.  Standing broad Jump���������J. P. Sutherland, 9 It.  ���������Un.; K. D. Johnson, 9 ft. 2 in.  Running long jump���������K.D.  Johnson, 17 ft.  i'A in.; J.MeCrum, 16 ft 11^ In.  Potting shot���������J. P. Sutherland, 3J It. TJi in.;  J. McCrum, 32 ft. 3 In.  Tosslns caber���������J. P Sutherland, 30 ft. &}��������������� in.;  D. Swanney, 30 ft. 5 in. y  Chinaman's race���������Mike, Sam Lee.  Hop, step and Jump���������J. Mct'rnm, 35 ft. 10 in.;  C. R. McDonald, 3o ft. TJi in.  Three  legged  race���������tt". Campbell    and  A  Harvey; S..F. W. Gainer and E. Adair.  Packing contest���������A.  M.  Craig    and    Wm.  [ Suhmeck; M. Pettipit-ce and II. Morris.  CLOSING OH THE CENTRE  Roberts' Forces Are Rapidly' Approach-"  ing Pretoria.'  London. May 25.���������Another'advance''  along- th������" railroad  towmds  Pretoria"'  has brought Lord.  Roberts'  troops to*  Vredeford Road, a few miles north  of  Pro.-pect.* where they* arrived n't" noon  Thursday.   In    the * meanwhile' Gen.  .MeLhnen.is progressingHlbug*-t.hesouth-^-  uen bank of lhe*'.*V__nl  River' witli  the'  object, possibly", of making a dash at'  Klcrksdorp'wheii   lie arrives opposite  to that railway .terminus.  Gen. Hutton's column is apparently  in the neighborhood' of Vredefort, 15'  miles west of- the railroad, whence it  th r'en tens' the Federals'_*ight;flank.  The government has aiiiionnc'ed'tliat  10.000 un ire men must b6'sent to South'  Africa.  Baden-Powell has refused to return'  to England,- but wilt see the way"  through.  Welland Ont;. Mhy 25- The Catm I  dynamiters were found guilty and alf  three got life inipi*i>onuieut.  London, May,__3���������Loi-d Roberts'tele-.  graphs from Hon ings Spruit on tho'  22nd saying that. Hiitiiilion rearhedl  lieilbron this morning after a'series of  engagements with1 about -1000 Boers'  under Dewet, who retired as the British advanced.    "  HoNiNGrf srnunv May 22���������Gen.;  French lias crossed the . Rheiwsler'  river northwest of here. A Boer force*  is 20 miles in front with lo guns. Fifteen takentoday.  NEW YoRk: May 23���������Prest. Krnfrer'  cables the Xew "York "World -that  there is no truth in the report that ths'  Transvaal is >ning for peace.  KiMBBRLEY. May 22���������Eight hun-%  died rebels sunendered at Vryburg"  today.  Capetown; May 2_���������Gen: Warren  has occupied Douglas after heavy  fighting, without sustaining any loss'..  Two guns of Canadian artillery,-under"  Col. Hughes,*were in the* thick of it.  The Canadians advanced; in skirmish-'  ing order, and after a lengthy ex-,  change of shots, the Boers tied; leaving"  their laager and a qtlhtitity of. stores"  hyhind. This occtired on the 21st. On*  the 22nd 3000Boers opened a. hot file'  on a detachment of YeoiuanrV nnd the*  Canadian artillery repeated their'  excellent practice,, compelling the*  enemy to retire.  London. May .25���������It is reported at'  Durban that an East Indikn died, there"  from bubonic plague. .  Lord Roberts'   infantry .advance"*is'  delayed at the. Rlienoster river  for .v  day or two by the depth-of the stream  which is not fordable.'  The.Tansvaalecs. have offended-the"  Free Staters by destroying their splendid bridges, when retreating to*  Kroonstadt. They' refrained *fvoiii*'  doing this on the retreat to the Rheu-  oster, hut now they are destroying the'  railroad and bridges * completely,-  north of the Rhennster. Boer telegrams say that 3000 British 'with'ten'  guns are near Vifdefort. ���������''"/li.^v.'A U'"���������.H?*-**^".-'��������� *���������  __;_____._: ci___u3������~���������-���������  s-p^:^  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in the Interests  rf  ReTelstolte. Lareda.ii,  Big liuno. '''rout  lake,  IUlclllewact,  Albert  Canyon.  Jordan    Pass    and    Eagle  Pass  Districts  A.  JOHNSON    -    -   PROPRIETOR  A  Serni--Weekly  Journal,  published  ���������_. .��������� T-uerests   ot     Revelstoke     and  ���������-���������������*   surrounding   districts,   \Vedui.s-  ������������������*._   aad   Saturdays,   making  closest  ,urieciions   with  all  trains.  " Advertising Rates: ^'^.Y^^r  11.50 per inch, single eolumu. it.00 P������r  ir.r-he when Inserted on title l>a=^--  ffgal ads 10c ver. Inch .W*^ .  line for nrst Insertion; oe ft>r *?"='  ^ditional insertion nwdh* note,  1*B per line each Issue. Birth, Mar  ruge and Death notices, free.  Subscription   nates:       By   ma������  earrler.  $���������*   J������r annum;    Ji.-io  Souths, strictly in advance.  Our Job Department. THE HKHAT.P  Job   Department   Is   one   of   the    hen  .Qulpp.d   PrtnUnB^oiBce- __!"._*������������  In    flrst  class  MiapMBMwaa������������������   concbrnecl. There is sufficient time  between now and next January to  c-on.idcr the advisability of adopting  JudKe MucdotiKall's suggi-stlon, iU1<!  thc council would be doinR notliinj-,  mr.rr than their duty In giving thr  ratepayers an opportunity of expressing their views uiion it. It can Le  voted upon n.t tho next annual  tif'ii  of  aldermen.  or  for six  i_lco-  o������  ollices  Kootenay.  and is  prepared to  rnr us Mall orders promptly at-  wnded i"o. G>ve ��������� * trial on your  next   order*  To correspondents: Wc Invite cor-  ^IXce%neSyp^^K  mi   to  the   ge  Vrml&b respondent   In   .very   lo-  ?������my   Mrc.ni.mnB   "evctatoke.    In  Ml  fide   name     of     the  CRl.-  fofs   the   bona   ���������>"=    "_:,.,���������.,c,.ri->t  "liter   must   accompany   nanus^rlpt.  Vil   not   neccfrirlly  for publication.  ' Address  all  .-.ommunlcations  HEVELSTOKB   HERALD   o   /er  Notice to  Corresponderts  1     All  correspondence  must   be  thly written on one side rf tlie pa/er  onfy. ,  ,       ������������������_  I. Correspondence c������1n,a-"1"1,,. ,hl  icnkl matter must be s Sned with the  proper name of thc wrlt-jr.  3.   Correspondence     with     ���������'efersiice  to anything that has aPP������ar������dn an  oth������T  paper must  first b>: ���������1*r'r,a   tu.\  publication   to   that   paper   ..hf..r������    it  can   appear in THE HtRAl.D  A LESSON FROM TORONTO  .Tiid*.; M--.cdou5.1ll. of Toronto, beforo  whom an enriulry recently took place  concerning the relations of the Toronto Fire EriKarte and the city, has  siven oot hi.- finding. The evidence  _?tab!lsh������.- thin" for many years th_  majority .if li.e Hromrn from the  highest tn the lowest in rank took an  actlv*. part in municipal cUctions.  Some were more energetic partisans  than iithci-s. but there was no attempt  ai any concealment of   their activity.  His   Honor   s-ums   up   his   conclusions  _i_.   follows:  "Unfortunately,   tho  members  of  the  Fir*   UKgiidr  had   much  experience   In  ihu tortuous ways and mysterious hy  paths of municipal politics.  thai   several    aldermen  former yoars taken any  FKUJI   OTTAWA  Ottawa, May 21.���������W. W. H. _ Iclniie:-',  M. 1". for Nanaimo tllstrlot. has sent,  his resignation to tho speaker of ths*.  hour-o of commons. It was received  Saturday night, and Speaker B-uin has  notified Mr. Mclnncs that it hu-d come  to hiuid. Mr. Mclnnes will run for  North Nanaimo iitjajnst Mr. Dunsmuir  for a seat in the local legislature. Ho  will run. ilk an Independent because  ihe constituency is opposed to Premier  Martin, athou_.li it is pretty well  known lhat Mr. Mvlnnfs will jjivfl Iv.s  Hupport lo Uie Martin government.  This makes three vacancies la th.-  eoinmon.s. 'J'hcrj i.s u.-.o In Centre  Toront'V iiwlnn to the death of Mr.  Hortrnni: one tn Hants, to iiil the pi.'-u;*;  .jl' tin; late Dr. Haley, and ono in*  Nai.it.ino. on accounl of Mr. Mclnne-s  resignation. Aldermtui Champagne  announces that ho will run as a Conservative candidate for the city o������  .Olttiwa at the approaching Dominion  elections. In the last Duniinlon eloc-  tii.i. i i.'hnmixigiiu and Hiram Kobin-  son contosttsl Ottawa In iho Conservative interests, and both woro defeated.  Colonel Sherwood says that -."> special  policemen have been sworn in to guard  thc Welland canal. They nre to bq  under Dctectvu MuKinnon. of Hamilton, who was at one lime chief of  police of thai city.  Tho Sons of Scotland and Sons of  England sent a joint church parade to  .ill Saints' church toduy. They wore  tic'ompanled by the governor general's  foot guards band and the' bagpipe  bands.  Tlie food depot at Rideau rink tor.  lire sufferers was closed permanently  las* I eveitng. The clothing department will be kept open for some time  yet. Ther. Is sufficient clothing for  many.  Dr. Charles Chamberlain, cs-mayor  of Leamington, ib dead.  Jos. II. Cazcs, a Quebec policeman  was found guilty of the murder of  his wifo.  Chicago now claims a population of  3,000,000, an increase o������ 1,000,000 in  ten  years.  Bv n recent militia order infantry  battalions will henceforth be called  regiments.  W.W.n.Mrlniif-F, _U\ for Nar.aimo,  has forwarded his formal resignation  lo Ottawa, to take effect at once.  Trebcllt. thc celebrated soprano,  will sing lu the AVinnipeg llieatro  on  Juno  4th. '  James J. Corbett. thc ex-cham-  piop pugilist, is a candidate for congress.  James JMunro, foreman of the Sau-  ford Manufacturing company of Hamilton for many years, is now dead.  "We've already caught Cronjo and  Hutton has just caught the other fellow now. It looks as ir we'd got  -'cm   Botha!"  Robert Simpson, formerly superintendent of the _\.R. & C company's  mines at Lethbridge, died on Monday  last at M-jncton, N.U.  Nelson Vance from Kansas passed  through thc city today with his wife  two pons and two daughters, for 12d-  monton.  CP.lt. sectionnien found the dead  body or John I'ishop lying between  the rails on the tracks about a mile  anil a half from St. Thomas.  General Sir Charles Warren has  been gazetted military governor of  Capo Colony north of tho Orange  river, with the exception of Kimberley.  The Sandford Manufacturing company of Hamilton has been Rive a  order for 30,000 khaki serge uniforms  for the Imperial troop's now fighting  in  South Africa.  Rev. R. Martin 'of Markham was  the unanimous choice of Krskinc  Presbyterian church, Hnmilton, ns  Rev. J. G. Shearer's successor in the  pastorate.  John Laloude, farm .hand in the  employ   of   Mr.   Goslin,   township   of  When love dies it is a ease of  failure.  A serious outbreak of diphth  reported  from  the   Regini-.  bai .-  A mummy discovered two yen * . *���������  in ligypt has now been blenth . .o  France as  that   of the  Pharoh ci  -.*.!<. !  Thc  Sabbath  school-rcpor'.  di >v r  the  number  of  schools  ' to   be     } ' ' ,  with   SD5   offices  and. .teachers     ;ii... ;  7&09 scholars.    During the year   $6.   j  had   been   collected   for   the   Cvjitm.  fund.  A gentleman- called at our office. .  today to infori.i uk that the', e win* !  no doubt that. General liuller wns in  tho pay of the Uocrs. having had no  less than three checks on the Dank  of Tugela. We havo a funeral to  attend  tomorrow.  Thc Montreal Athletic association  has decided to erect a new $100,00.)  club house on the site of the present  one, corner of Mansfield and Uerthc-  lot streets. It. will be one of the  most up to date buildings of the  kind  on  the  continent,  A 700 acre ranche five miles from  Chamberlain, S.D., Vas one year ago  bought for 51-1.000. Tho purchaser  sold the land within the past two  weeks for .18,000 in cash, thc difference representing approximately the  rise in land values in South Dakota  within  the  past 12  months.  Western Texas is waging something like systematic war upon prairie dogs. It costs 2c per acre to  clean them out. with poisoned wheat,  but when it is considered that the  little rascals have in many places  spoiled a third of tho ranges* it is  easily seen that the price of riddance  is not high.  The Imperial government will appoint . for seven years a representative each of Canada, South Africa,  Australia and India to be members  of tho judicial committee of tho privy  council. These representatives will  be mado life peers, will .have tho  right to sit in the House of .Lords  after their . term of ofllco shall havo  expired.  Sir James Crichton-Browne, presiding, says the London Star, at a meeting   of   the   London   Scottish   Border  Rf  i������  if'  ms BAY  ���������*_MMMMfriftift###iN������ffi  iWCORPORAvveD 16TO  (SKM1-WEF.KLY)  Kingston   was kicked in thc stomach I Counties, association, said that Gencr-  by a horse  and  died as a result   ot j al  Cronje   was , of   Scottish     descent,  It is said  who   had   ln  stand In connection with the brigade which did not  meet with the* approval of the firemen  had   the   opportunity   later   In   private  Uf-.- tor  umlnate  upon  the  immutability of human  affairs and the  ingratitude   of   mankind   in   general,     lt   is  ciuite  certain  lhat  ynmc ot  the  aldermen resented and resisted this sort of  pressure,   but  the   very   fa_*t  that   th'-*  body   who    controlled     and   governed  :h/.������ department are  liable to  be sub-  juc:ed   to   ."uch     influences,     and.   in  many cases aro likely to yiold to them,  at onco strikes at the root of efficiency  and   discipline,   and   lends   largely   to  eeslroy  the probability of  meritorious  promotior. in  thc  force.  -1: hi's  lo-.-.g    been   Iho    experience  of   students  of  municipal  affairs    thai  ii  is impe-^iblo  u-. hope  for or to  secure  an    clllcent  ant)    reliable    police  ���������Torce   or   Sire     brigade,   while     such  bodies are uivdcr tht  direct control oi  municipal councils or their conimiti'-vs.  The   sirvam   cannot   rise    higher   than  ils sou roc.      In   most   of  the   principal  viilos   ot   the    United    Statos    the    lire  X-j-.^-jidis have    been  taken   out of tiio  lini-.d*: oi iho council and placed under  j.-u.-r.n-.i-ssiojr.oj-.-. T.-._ usual term of oltUo  <o.* cominl.-5.u0.-iis j**" fl',-m three to six  years.      As a  rule,  th? rujnmission-ars  ��������� _.!���������.*  not  e!vCiud~15y"^li[Tr"direct-vote-ol-  the-  ;-***-<..ple.    I   entirely agree  with the  opinion  oxpresf.d   by   most   municipal  authorities th.-.t ihe police and lirwncn  tan ur.l*.  attain  iluvr greatest etHclen-  iy   and   usofulne^s   when   entirely   r^-  jjo*.i-J fro.*-.*, li*.,. control of '������. cor.stanl-  -,���������'���������   -pijar.s^r.g  boiy of municipal  repni-  A man who is supposed to know  says that marriage without love is  like   tripe   without   onions.  What strange delight somo good,  pious mon take in telling what awfuj  bad  boys   they  used  to  be.  When some man got up in the world  eveivbody app-.ars small .to them���������>  and they"appear _*n.all to everybody.  The entire plant of the Welland  Vale & Canadian Cycle company at  Sit. Catherines was destroyed by  fire on Wednesday morning. The lost  is estimated at SaOO.OOO.  One of thc features ot thc gathering was a very able address on the  Century fund delivered by Dr. Boyct  of Manitoba college. The next meeting of the Synod -will be held ai  Vancouver on the first Wednesday in  May,  1901.  Zenon Champttgne, a farmer residing about eight, miles from Fori Saskatchewan, was killed by lightning  last week. He was carrying an axi  on his shoulder at the time and it lu  believed that the blade attracted th.  electric  fluid.  The dispute in the British potteriet  trade now involves 20,000 nicn.wau>_  of whom belonged to no union, and  are therefore dependent upon churity.  The manufacturers insist upon closing down their works ��������� rather thai,  give in to the demands for increascu  wages.  Certain firms in thc city are agaii.*  trying to introduce coppers into Van  co'uver. but the majoiity of mercbanu  have tirmly set thsir faces against  the innovation, and by tacit understanding coppers will be refused b>  all the merchants in the city except  those  who introduce them.  An excellent little book by Colonu.  Baden-Poweil is having1 a largo sate u  England. It Is-called "Aids to Scor.i  ing'' aud contains practical adviuj ui  booming which would prove valuab'u  to people .ravelling on the pra-iii*.  such as the Mounted Police tin;  others. The book, which is sold a  a shilling, has had an immense sax  in South Africa.  his injuries  Jasper  Hurrell,   who  had  been  inmate  of   the   Hamilton   asylum   for  about  seven   months,  committed  suicide   by   throwing .himself    from     a  high window to the ground.  Pretoria advices state the Boers  have * exhausted their original stock  of smokeless powder, and have heen  usuccessful in the efforts to manufacture  a   fresh   supply.  Thc Owen Sound board of trade  has passed a resolution protest'ng  against the subsidizing of any railway line from Toronto to tlio Hours--  an bay parallel  to existing linos.  Sir   Edward   Carson.   Q.C,   membs-r  of  parliament for  Dublin  university,  has  been   appointed   solicitor  general  Tor   England   in     succession  Robert Flnlay, who becomes  genera!.  Tho German press considers the  fate of the Dutch republics sealed by  the capture of Kronstad, and praises  Lord Roberts' march northward as  worthy to rank with his march to  Kandahar.  The Roman Catholic bishops of  Quebec, who form '-the council" of  Puliiic" instruction, havo determined  to make the teaching of the English  '.angruage compulsory in the schools  indcr their -jurisdiction.  Rumors of the fall of Koomassie  arc unconfirmed but the colonial-  oflice is beginning to take a serious  . view of the Ashantoe situation, es-.  peciallv as thc native rising,has been  organized  with  foresight.  Frank Lantol a tow?r operator in  the employ of the Baltimore & Ohio  railwav company, stationed at tho  entrance of the tunnel at Philadel-  ���������.hia, is held responsible for a rail-  collision   that   wi'cckJil   several  and   had   relations   now  living  in    a  I border     county.     Cronje     was     the  111 j Dutch   r'endering   of   the   name     Mc-  Crone.   General   Cronje's   father   was  born at Auchencairn, and his-mother  came   from     the   ��������� Haugh-of-Urr,   so  that he was really  a Galloway man,  and it. ivasjiurl .us.  Sir Jamos added,  to  note   that  the   system   of  warfare  which  he  puiclised   in  South' Africa,  by   foray,   ambush,   surprise,   retreat  was exactly that of tho raiders.  The  Galloway men had always been noted  I for     their     mobility     when   stealing  . cattle. ' *.  i     A  frightful acident occurred on the  i.nop, on the Crow's Nest Pass road,  a few days ago.    A' man  named  Jos.  j Tuegen attempted  to board a freight  | train   while   in     motion     and     was  thrown under the wheels.    Tho man".  Sample    Books   of the  Very Latest Wall Papers Can be Seen  Here  There's a wealth of style  represented in those books,  f-uch as rarely can be soon so  far "West. The prices too are  very much below what you  would expect for such high  class good;:.  Only j* short time is required in which to deliver the  papers after rcceipi of order.  Best   Canadian   Glimmer  Wall Tapers in Blue,   Green,  Terra Cotta, Buff a,nd Cream.  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It talceii a foremost place In  the race for prominence and  popularit. r with business  houses an d as a consequenco  does mon* business with  those requn'ns printed stationery and oiU-ce supplies than  any other pri nting   establish  ment ln Eastern British Columbia. The class or work  turned out has been pronounced equal to any thing of' thn  kind executed in the largn  cities by much larger" print-  eries. * - ,**   ,  Job Printing De  Is equipped with the latest  faces in type desigt ns and all  ���������work entrusted to '. The Herald  is handled by exprienced  ���������workmen who thono ughly understand the proper'   use of the  material at their disposal.  The Herald does not claim to  be the only printing house In  the district but if does claim  to bo  ion     to   Sir j body  was  horribly  mangled and  the  shade of  Wall   paper ill   fancy  ncs attorney   skull  stripped perfectly  clean  of   all   ���������ju   Uronze mH and l-.__r__is.hed  flesh.   A  jury returned   a  verdict  to  ������!|L> uluu^ tout tlllu mu niolltu  5c, 6c, 7c, Sc,  and  10c, per foot X, _^C  liudson's Bay Stores,  ��������� ' "���������  (al^afy.  the effect that  the deseased  met his  gilt,  death  while  attempting  to  board    a  C. P. R._freight train while in motion,!  no  blame  being  attached   to  anyorvo, j  On tbe clothing worn by the dobeaij-  etl was   an    envelope    addressed    to:  "E.' IMobbs,  Nelson,  B.C."   a copy  ot  the  Constitution   and   Bylaws  of  the  Greenwood]'Miners'   Union.    No:   22,  XV.  F.-'l_. '.Nothing .further is known  of- the-' deceased-. ���������"  He was a  Frenchman .by birth and  about 24  yciu-a yf  age. '  Ho   is  known  to  have  worked  on a railway in Al^oina, Ont., a year  or tw.q ._go;, he originally came 'from  'Quebec.  way-  anil  _���������&  nail **���������*-_.  "Xtt'i plain  ?-:  *���������-.  ..7 rr.y n-.  nil  i  rrw  itifc"  1">  ^   _.-oi:cius./  >.i  '  -'���������;������   ������������������.!���������!���������  f.-iC  ���������r.c  ���������     _.*���������  th  .it '.he d.-f-i  j  ���������.*���������> i-.i*ur y  '"',*'-  tills.  he<l  it:*-.- dU: W the pres-ciV. >*y������tfm ot Oi.--.-ct  munl.-lp-sl cot-.trol ut -.'"���������:��������� br'._;j*Jf. Th*  u.������por.i!!>i"Ily oi tr.ak!:*.*. u ciia-s.*  icftr tif-on ihe city coti--:i or ihe  '������������������..���������.,.a: tiro. ..c'.'O'i by cither r.ill  .���������.oJb;!!.-.-- only b.������ '.Jtion If il.' ci;a-  .'���������\w\o7.y I h.'i'--' i.r.-lvcrt >'���������'��������� air.���������i mi  /.u'tf.f.'H-s t.. Iii/- .ild. :������e.-.l ���������������������������--.! ap-  j.rmal of t!.v 11.1/.���������-������.������ ���������.'���������'������������������'.I i-.-.'.i-p..i'.-i'.*i  ��������� if   .'..r.inln."  ThiTi- Is- ri S'Oil ���������'���������.���������al In If r.i'..'. iri  .-,u;*v.>:-i of Ju;.'i;-_ iiac-.'.oiifc'all'-H. <--o:i-  >*i..::..:._= that Un- i*".r-* Hr'^ad-* i-hotilri  ,lr_- s.;-.*.-.-n������l by a tomniis.s'o.'i ratlic-r  than by a roinmiU**-'.. of. al.ler.non.  That t'.'.e city ciiniru;**.-:)-*}:. ."y3ti,i:i t.as  ,..,r;:<-*_ w:il i.-i a-.othu:- '-'.i? t|.-!>.-i.rl-  j-ner.: i:-- -cr-.n:o -.h-er.- can _*>_.��������� r.o  ui-ub-.. 7ho (/.jveritn-.-r.'. of tho ri.ij  puiice i**" ccn*.:r.is's-io;'i ha= been provoc!  i*.- bs f^i more .-at'.sfactcr*.' than the  y-jvcrr.ir.cni o.' :|-,o 1*"-". br'cid.- l.y ;.  c-c/ain.l.-.t: ol :!.*.��������� ci._- cl,!*"-*-'1- wi'--'  (.c:r.WiiVu:.:r.    j*ol-*ir.s   .i'.Y:o<!   i'���������"   four  l*i'  M:z 'Lf.ti'n  ���������.l.i!^ v._-_i.I  I  .0  r.o  di:  ZO:  '���������I  -.!:'.  i:5i*.'.:-  :::c . 1 *-*'."';-: 1'.'  ;..  ;    ���������'  -oy  iu-  :'.;_  cncoii l.y  z'z.i  ; V.-.r- or ���������:  .^(  '.'.?*  of  the  **  Z3.-~.C.   J'j'Jr-.*:   M-J'.-iou*-.;.-.  i;  _'2>  :-'   \  c r;*  ;ili  i :iy :\vc'.  it l-._i". U-iii !���������  :o  --Oil  '*-..-  c ���������:-  ���������;tf2.L-_-    tl.  _.-��������� i.-.iptis-llilf  '-<  / Iu  K't  fui  :..-.  tt:;..-'..;-.:'.  a.;   i-M-ii.li'  ;j.-..i.-:  *V  !.-._.  '������."  :,ic Ui 17_������������_.--��������� -..'..i'.'t i'-.-c-.  '-*  '���������.OJ  i.s  ar;  '���������������  >.-������������������ ih- ���������_.'  )*.. "���������!   *i:*.*  :������������������ ,*���������-. . ���������.-.::nl  :'  ui'-  . i  ij..:i  i  i     tliis   !*  ��������� '.i-ijl-   la    Tr-  UU.  .  t    !t  c]\  ;.-ii_>- tru '  ,!i Ca'^sry. '  tl.  ���������-���������   M  '.J .*.-  l:i  r-;i������_:  v._.i_:_  t'.i.yjl.l    lyj ii  -������_  :..-j  by  th.*  -J'. '  '!*���������_> -crt   1  ."h.> an-  tin*  0  i.'y  P'-'  jplr  Edmonton Post: On. Monday J  N'iblock" superintendent ht the Cal  gary division of thc C.P.R.. Mia*-  N'iblook. Miss Tweed and E.N'.Iirooks  eommissionrr of thp c. & B. railway  camo upon Mr. Ni|}l|-;.iU's pnscial cai  to Strathcona. In the evening the>  came across tho river and roglstcre.  at the Alberta. Mr. NiblocK auc  Mr.Urooki express much gratltloatiot.  at the progress of the country and  the great Influx of population.  A Montreal despatch says that ther,  ���������s trouble anions the dlnirg anc  il:eplns car conductors of tlf! Intercolonial railway and unl*.'ss *.no sov-  ernneiu Mheu flrlion within a fe*s  days, the* men. iii/mbcrlng yhout 10  will go out in a hoiiy. Tliey oomplaii.  that gomo of the officials are tyrannical and unjust nnd that they can no  longer woik under them, tf-pv.rnl of  the conductors hurt an opporjmlty ot  nieetins; 011 Saturday and timy rlo'-id-  cd to advise a general strike unlest  their  demaiide  arf>  met,  A Natal newspaper i-i rrxponslbK  for the followimr stjry of ['resident  Knij|!.r. Some years afio l.o bou;,'h.  from'a'p o.tl"l|ain*irfi4't! f.'*..;'*!*! psthf'e:  a meerschitim pipe, tn "whicn sht  atcrib:<l a pjwer ot" forc.'iiKtins thi  lii'.uiv.      Tha    oM   woman   predicted  h.-.t thr.o impiji-tunc changea in his  ,���������������._��������� \.*j;i:d 1:: fo:eto'.i! by HKWiH'.  .j*-fa ling   the   1 ....     ii?.!'1:-'     "...     ���������'���������  ytar   .&:.    !."f/.*:   I!*.-   "  ' '"  ami  Lli-n <iiial'.f:>.il ind ;i ncc -ji  Trane'vaal, tiifi   st ,s,s   (jun-*!   tfi*  v'.:t .  a little   bc'.orc   the" J.-imc&on' raid   ';  chipped  a  piece  off   thc-  howl;     t...  just   before   his  departure     fo.'    Un  Bloemfontein eonferpr.co the pipe foil  ������������������j   thc  eronr.d  ar.il   wa.i   s..ia.hccl   to  fia2r.-._n'.3.  The i:Mr.'.zr:Li'.c:\ sea-.on 1::ih opcnoi'  -.viiji ;i 1 i___.fi. Utfure the end ot weeh  sotnethint; likj- -1000 immigrants wii.  have passed tluoimh Montreal 01,  tli.-;!.- way to the Nnrlh Wesit. Or,  .Monday fpccial trcins left, over ihi  'irar.d Tiunk and Canadian I'a fill',  iill-'il with Xiiislisli spcakins immi  ^iai_ts (.om J.-'iitc Ontario, hut theii  *,veic .-.ko absut 1200 (i.ilic'.niiK. whlli  Hi*riiiiiina\'.ans. Ita'i-in.s ar.il I'iniu  .i>.n sivoiij; II)*". tital niinil.'-r in -'ir-  ii-.'.* in th'' ������*(Miitn of ������������������'. few days.  '!'!.<��������� Kajlibh i;::i;::i;i-i::-.:i toiUy "x  .-i; ri a-'mlrati-f-n by Ihrir .-pprn*'  -.;..i".*. 'ih.' (inliciaiis will join '.lit  ���������'_:i'!> i:i:i    (ol.jny    ill    >in'      .Norliiv/.Hi,  H'W'.-b.cnn- n-unjtur.e'i-XOtrthicS    Hire  TOO'J pcrsoiis.  rarp.   killed   five   or     six    mon.  caused  a  fire  that  tho  firemen cculd  not cope with  A sensation was caused In tho  '.ouse of commons on Tuesday nlRht  when affidavits were read, showing  ���������hat hundreds of bogus ballots were  ���������nltialteil by deputy rc-itirnint; officers  before the pollin? in ihe West Huron  ind Brockville elections, to bo used  ind paid for at the rate of $3 each  ifter the close' of the poll.  The militia department has decide'1,  to withdraw the balance of the v-ukr.n  iwi-f-jgrti;  pa ennn. a^-navlsration.onens.  ~ThiV"r.ourse  was  strongly   urg-,-1     by  he opposition  la-ct y:-ar. Tho government,  now  realizes  that military  are  !ii������iliis!  PROMPTLY SECURSD  Write for our inlercstiiii: bocks "Invent  ir'a Help" and "Hoiv vou arc pwinillcd.  ���������cad itsareughsliotcli or mcdtl of j-011  nvention or improvement and wc will -y*j!  ���������j yoa froo our opinion n*> to w^ftl.v-jf- it ts ? I  < probably patentable,   ^,."p 'jtiiiku a specialty / I  < of applications iw'ctcil   in other hands, ) |  j IJUvWit rctercnc?a furnished. ''  S                HAH.IOM & MABION  ? PATEKT SOLICITOUS & EXPERTS  \ Civil ^ M(*chanici\l   rnulnoprs, QrotluntoB of tho  ( rolyii-clinlc sdiool of Kuylncerlntr. llncticlors In  C .Vpp l.-rt   Frlt'iiCPH,    I.nral    Unlvrr-Jily.   Slumbers  f l'atpnt L-i-a* A������souiatloi*i    /.mciicnn V.'nt. r Works  f Ainocl-itlon, S w Knuiiiiul W:i!*.r WorlM /.pfou.  ( 1������. 1^. s-n v..yors As.Koi-l.i-.ion, Assoc. _Hiinbi..r Cmi  ? Scc-.tly of Civil En. Inorrs.                               .  ; r.cfipfs--' nav Yoax ufe mo'c*. uw r-^n.  , ""���������t*������. I ATLANTIC B-ll.1iyC, W^SHItltTON, B.0.  ^f-. ~������ji\ -**i-Sr**���������  Tlioroilglilij llp.-TD-DiiB In'  Enery Parti.lilsr '  And in a position 110 give as  good valfie for the 1 noney expended, either for a. Ivcrtislug  space in its public ation or  for job printing, a s can be  given by any other .house of  the kind in British < Tolumbia.  Write for estimates   uid sam-  pies**' ot printing. All " work  turned'out promptly arid sat- .  isfactori'.y. One price to all.  -No job can be, too large or  too "small for The Herald"**!  consideration.' Special attention given   to orders hy mall.  Traoc Marise  Designs*  *  Copyright* &c.  Anyone sondiiiR anlctch and rtcwHpl'.on miij  qulclcly a-icertnta nur opinion fw-i irncther an  invention is probnbly pntontuWe. Coinmunln������-  ttons strictly conndonttot. Handbook on Patuntg  vent free. Oldest nuenry for Mcnrinif imtents.  Putcnts taken tt-aouph Munn 4c Co. rccotre  ijieM nctict, -Kilhottt eha-rgo. tn tho. .,  imUK Jlmmm.  ������. tia*odsoniet7 Illustrated ireekly.   X.nrcest clr  ntiitton of any BCientltlc Innrniik   Tormn,-B>,ai  yoiur; four months, Jl. Sold .pail newtuM-atom.  MUNN & Co.36������B'������d-v. Kew York  '    n-nuicb Office. 625 F St.. \V������jBlo. ion. D. C.  J  rppriet  PUBLICATION DA'ITS : Tuesdays ������n<S Fridays  aBuiM-IM-"*"**"  iot nwded in the country, the Mount-  -d Pa-ic.-1 bein-^ sufficient to p5?.!nt'^!ti  law ana' oril-i'r. :'l!ne so'.-smmont's  ���������x-p?riment. how"ver. haa enst th':  .ountry  ovor  twr.  iriilliou  UoJ'.ars.  Alhrrtn Sun; Tart-? is liavir.i: a holier time In I'.-iri.-t than any of uk arc  having out here. This Is oJIic'-al. He  vlslteri the Morgue nrar Notre Dame  cathedral la..t Thursday mid played  for three hours in fn-s g'i*.i ������tly '.*oni-  1-inv of porn������ half dozen Ftiffi ln_ojy  iTshcd out of the K'n no. Ho thought  he  waa nt a cabinet meeting.  The t._./ri nt Tint frnl.^f luw \:,"..n  horrified by tho df-ath n? Oliwv  Doyle, a mining pronyM'tor and K.'im-  bler, in Mnrol" Hac's li'iu.ic of il!  fnmo. "Siiii-i'if" was tli" 2(>n'ral v������r-  (lic.t, r,f Ihe puhlic. but n. bt*-.|* tliscloH-  ���������iro arnured susplclcn of mnrdcr.whli !i  led to tho crown pros������ctuor callliiR  ���������\ coroner's Intiticrt iliiti evenlns After  hearing the e-.ldpr.ee of the liar-  ���������A-onian t'n" jury ailjotirr.cii. 'Hie pro-  hahlc result will ho a startling l������-v.?-  lation to thn r-nnirn. r.itv of Ili'.t i'eft-.  ai?e. The crowii ". Kieoi-iimr, Mr. "KnU  monds, Is pialtlni; a Ti__orn-i>i luYesil-  Stition and n> Mloiie will ha Inft un-  turnett   to  fa'.h';::t  Use  ny-iry,  The foiiowinf. nloiy is \i -ilij*; ,..?ld  .f Lord Kitchener. While engaged in  jiipprOFisini; the I'reslta rcb-dlion, he  ordered the ilrptrnctio;i ijf n rort.'iin  "'irmhoiie'*. _fat. xenr.ig any sdKns of  iiH orders hcinB carried out, he rndn  ovor with liis staff, and saw in ti'-  door of thn (IocitimI Iiousc- ii p"*-'.���������"-'  yiuns  Hutch  i-'irl. her luituU 1 I ".  thr. rt*_i_irp.T-.*_3 and iir- ryc-i ".*.-'  f'nc. The Iris.i ���������).-. ijoiiiit in c'.i:.;***  'ho parly of destvitr Ho;: ,wn *. \ y  ���������^nclctivnri.-ig to pfr.itiii'!" her io li!  t.liom p~:-:--t li'. hut (-) hi:-; blnnilisi--  mr.n*3 th.) r.,;.jrl(.ri liinird a tl'-t'f 'sir  ���������mil ft dPiiilif.il nrtjvniled. I.onl Kit-  ���������hem-r.*. i.|n-p "*v.li:*t".-* tliSsi?" put i  "litrax on Ui" H**i-*i.e 'I'ltc. fill . '.'i-  "' nt.'y trucs-.-.cd that this wun th������ dr-.-id-  -d rh'rf cf n'nrr iird h'*r l'p--i trii>-.l)i"d I  in Kpllo of hrrsflf. Kitchener Rawi!  -ilcnly .it. V'o girl stnnriiT.'j htavdy.  tlioiifth tojirrnlly. there nnd turner. 0<  his military t*o:*i*ol;iry mid said: "I'ut  down Hint th*.> pomTpai'ilcr'B orders,  with rfpiPticp lr> the liPttnic'lon of  Rc'i;hlT!i;iii's fpi-m could not bo parried   mil.   owiaK   to   u.ic:.|. *.*!'il   oppi-  z'Mmt."   Tin*! rirae lhe sliarp' crtta"  "J*c>rw'ard.  m'-e-p!"  UMHED.  CAPITAL  $1,000 000   IN   ONE DOLLAR SHARES.     $400,000 IN I HE TREASURY  FIRST BLOCK  OF! TREASURY SHARES ruNOW ON   THE MARKET  FOR A LIMITED TIME AT   10   CENTS.  ^r:>rif  DIRECTORS:  Wm. F. Cocjiiiane,  n-^cr   Thc:   Cochrane   Hauch,   limited,  Macleod.  Mannssm..  John   J.   Yoiinc..  I������ircctor     oi'   The    Unitary    Ilcrald.  YV. B. Pool,  President Great  Western  Mines,  LimiLed,,  rerguson  and  'l_cvclstol_e.  J.    D.    GitAIIAM,  Gold,  Conii'n'..asioncr,   Atlin,  i}. C  W.  F.   AV  llancher,  Gko.   S.   McCaiitek,   Solicitor,  Revelstoke.  M. Buown, Pioprreto'r   St    Leon   Hot    Springs,   Revel.toke.  Godsal,  Pinchcr   Creek  Thn Double E-n^lc Company has been formed for the purpose, not only' of m'ning its present properties  bnt of acquiring ]>mniipin^ claim? and dcvclo[>ing them to an extent that will justify'their sale to. English and  othr-i"'eLiiip.'.-ii'-s  at. a profit.    The  company  already  owns  and    has  i<\it}   foi- , in   full,    the   Trilby   and   Old.   Saul  ip:  fipip'-i tics   in  ,,.   ihe   famous    FUli    Ilivei    district,   and    a   three-quarters    interest  m   lhe   May    ]5ce . mine,    in, -the:  ivdeaii    difttrie.t    one  and  a  half miles -frcm, (Ferguson-  Sufficient  promoter's   sliarcs  have  be.pn' set" aside :fc)r .the  purchase  of the remaining  quartor.  broken all   records ,in.  British-  The  Mav   lice is  tlie'sister claim   to* the.:**.now  fajyoy.?'. N-ittie  L,   wliich   lias  broken all   records ,in.  Jinj  fVunibiii   for 'large   bodies    of phcnoincnai'.v   rich  ore.  "Tlie' May   Bee   and'   Nettie "L   were   located , together  ]ri'.yj   by   Mr.   \V������ 1'..   Tool   (who fias been appointed manager of the. Double Eagle Co.),   l.oth claims.tarry identically ^  ' *   ������������������ -"   uch ore  on   the  .surface   and    tin:    same ' remarkable   ledge  ��������� runs    tln-ougli    both,, carrying'high   values  !)i'l. 'copp-*r,   silver   ami    lead.      Thc    promoters  have   already   spent   $4.(i0fi   in   deyelo])ing.,the   M,ay Bee,   with  -c-'ellcii.  reMi'i*-', aud in older  to   place   the   mine'quickly   < n  .-i  shipping   basis tlv.   coiopany   now   offers   thc   public.  oppfiHisnily   of  lnvestut;.  ai    i0  cems  cat'h.  lo    a    limited   extent  in    fnl'.y    paid    um  1    non-asm'Ssabl-H  treasury  shares   (par y_ilue  Tlie   mi] fir y  Shares will be sold in blocks of _00"a'nd upwards.    --���������-..���������    ,  TfKivts   tie light   to   A'iil.diaw  thc  sale  cf  il*a*.cs  fiom  thc  mnifcrt   at   any  time    without    notice  A. H.HOLD4CH, REVELSTOKE,  AI plications   may   he  sent   to the  Secretary,  OrtoJHO. ;. Y0UW0 HEBAUO BLOCK   CH.GAR  I:  ! k  ^  i JS '.v.'S  te"  .  I   JfT  i'lfiff'i.iriTTTritfj,  _fe  War News  London, May 18.���������Mafeking has  been relieved. It was officially announced today that when the laagers  and forts around Mafeking had been  ec-verely bombarded the siege was  abandoned. '  A special despatch from Lorenzo  Marquez dated yesterday says the  1500 refugees who arrived there agree  in stating that Mafeking has been  relieved.  London, May IS.���������(4:1+ p-m.)���������It  has ju?t been officially announced that  General Methuen entered Hodpstnd  yesterday unopposed; ' that. Generals  Duprey and Daniels and *10 men havd  surrendered and that General Broadwood occupied Linclley yestuiday.  It is further announced. that General  Huttons infantry yesterday surprised  and captured Commandant -Botha  and 23 others. 30 miles northwest of  Kronstad. following is the test of  Lord Roberts despatch to the war  office: :  "Kronstad. May IS.���������Lord Methuen  entered Hoopstad yesterday unopposed. Generals 'Duprey and Daniels ami  40 men, have fciirrendorcd. General  Broadwood occupied' Lindloy yesterday after a slight opposition. Only  two of his men were wounded. President Steyn was not there and his  Kovernment officials had loft yesterday. Major Genera! Hutton's mounted infantry yesterday surprised and  captured, 30 miles north of this  place, Commandant Botha, Field Cornet G'assone, five Johannesburg. Policemen and IT Uoer-s. ThErs were  no casualties on our side. General  Buller reports that several Natal  farmers arc handing in their arms.  London. Ma)-. IS.���������There is a lack  of fresh news this morning, but details of the past operations tend to  confirm thc view that the end ofthe  -w-ar is within mcastircablc distance.  Th* end of the war is anticipated to  he by ihe   Queen's   Birthday.  From Kronstad comes a stoiy attributed to excellent authority to 'the  effect that a peace party ,is being  formed at Pretoria, while reports  from Pretoria itself indicate discouragement at the,"recent reverses and  the possibility of an. early sueing for  jieaoe. .  On the li������e of" Lord Roberts advance the only important news 3s  that the Boers have blown , up a.  liridgo over the Rhenostor river, 37  miles north  of  Kronstad.  Bannhauger. May 17.���������General Bull-  nr entered Bannhauser at 10 o"c!ock  ibis morning. The houses in .the  town were found to be not much  damaged owing to Uie .:��������� mnaUiies of  the Boer Inhabitants.- A house nt  Matting Ruit however was destroyed..  -T of rebels were found ��������� at  A   nun.. -    ._,  arre8tcd.    The  rail-  their homes an*.    -     ������    bu������    several  way  is" little  damageu ��������� -v.3ged;  Ir.rge culverts have been da. . .*���������  . The Boers north of Newcastle aro  falling back ,on Majuba. General  Buller has received a message Horn  tha Queen congratulating him upon  ' tl-.e taking of Dundee and expressing  iter appreciation of the work of the  th9  troops,   to  which  ho  replied.  London. May 19.���������A special des-  -.-.litch from Asterdam says a telegram  flora a Boer source 'announces that  Mafeking was relieved Tuesday. The  iccipieut cf tho telegram is credited  with having hj.trd .of. the relief of  Ladysmith before it .was announced,  under the head of "How the News  .Was Received," the Daily Chronicle  s-ys:  The telegrams to the Associated  p.-css from Pretoria,,the historic despatch announcing the relief of Mafe-  l.ing, was sent from" the capital of  lite Transvaal at 11:3b a.m. on tho  :Sth. *It reached the London cilice  r_t 0:1C p.m.,  and  was  instantly  des-   ���������p-tched-to-every-corner-of-the-elobe.-  ].:���������.��������� 10:30 p.m. came a  message from  f.-r off Toronto describing the receipt  oi the  news thero.    This is  not' stir-'  . prising in view of the fact that four  '    !:,;nutes after the receipt of the tele-  l/.-ams here it was in the As.ioi;i'.i-.stl  3 i*Qhs"^fflc-__i1^New-^'ofl*r-\s"lrenTrc-it'  -.v:'.s forwarded to the furthest limits  11   thc   North   American     continent.  Utimoi-s arc current at Lorenzo Mar-  that  further   fightln������  Nevertheless yesterday brought Important, t.llielal a*.inounci<:iionts wh-n  j.r.rcl .Mi'tljuep pntcied Huuprtud un  ���������rhursu.iy. He ifa "ow TO'miles from  Kii>:-.:-*-.uU and 30 miles from Kntha-  villo. (iPiiuial Uuller eiUurcd Newcastle TlairMnv evening Lord Roberts is; not Idle. While waiting for  stores nt lironsladt he ih using his  mou.UtM inen to s.eart-li a wide tract  of i*r-.i-.-iti-.. Colonel 1-trondwooil oci.*u-  p.fd i.imllcy nn Thursday and the  samo day (5ciiev.il Hutton captured  one oi the Bt.tha't*. :J0 miles from  Kroudhiadl. (Jcncral Rundle on  Tlunvdiiy i-nrainnod at. Cloco'.an.  British btiecossos are thus reported at  upeiv point rrom whlili news came  yestci d'.'-l'.  Loict' Rolerts 'is ac'iimu'iallng im-  ir.cnsc stipphcb ui'.ii lb nnik.njj prepar-  atuiiis lor another auv&neu, v.-hich are  now wi'U ivivitnoed. The next stop will  bo .To'nii'.in sljula*. "Lvo thousand men  are v.-ui-kiiifr nn the la'lway deviation  at V.-ilai'h liver. Tnerc aro 12.000  Uoeih nt r.iieii'natui' Spruit. Iteoon-  noiterins partlea are sighted daily by  the IS.-lllsh patrols. . Commandant  Neb ������Mh tl'.e '.luhanncsKirsf "Zarps"'  i.i ..ivl'voly ciimrr.anderliis 13 miles  north i,*i*si nl' Kroniitadt. Desperate  L-It'oriK are lii-intf made by the Trans-  vaalers in-j.ret .evi ry available unit mi  t.i" liahlir,. I!lie All exemptions have  been, lar.roili'c!. The e'.vil iidmlnlstra-  llon In redti'.'^il lo the lowest limits.  The 1.5'n't a have ileliiniimtod Lning's  Nek iiiiini'l and Uie railway Is cirai-  ploi/ Iv wrecked. Tin** tvark of leiia'r-.  ing will ofi'tipy ir.any ������-.-���������(���������������:.', The  jjuars now lmlil the best uosllioii for  defend! iik the pass. '     .  -    -j ���������  (..-I'.ULi'l'A SPr.KADING  LoW.i������n. *Mn.v 19��������� A special despatch  .from Ilydorabr.d. jjotlr.R the rapid  'siiioacl of o".ii5ler:t s.iyn "In one dlv-  isio.i ni> fewer* than 45 family ramps  have l������vn afl.ick������'d by the pcstlfctic**..  The most wiulenl type Is at r.ujehn,  whei*.* many tlniu..ands of victims'  haw pi-rihlic'd. A-.i appal-ing loss of  Illu  t.eeni.   ipevtable."   n--i���������.  '  MR.   DOOLEY  ON   TtHH  _.th.  IJOJill   DKL15GAT1.S  Ne*. York, May U.���������The particulai  event in codnLCtli'Si with the visit to  this city of the Doer delegates' oc-  curied this uftet nopn when Ihey were  icce'.ved at the cly hall by Mfiyor  Van Wy.-lc and In accordance with-ths  resolution passed by the 'municipal  assembly ifllleiully welcomed to  city.  the  -n-  DOMINJON    PARLIAMENT  this morn-  announced  >yould grant  into   n������t  pnly  Ottnv.-a, .May IS.���������At 4.i:  ins   Sir   \Vilf|-id     Laurier  that    the   ^overni.-ienf.  judicial    lilvesitlKtation  the   Lirccl-.vilie  and   West   Huron' election oases.' hut into all  other cases in  other 'eonstiluenees   which    had    li:en  brouaht to the attention of the house,  or which  rniKht  be   brought bsfore  it.  The 'er.ininUs-'on   of  enquiry  would  be  composed pt    lbs.   best    judges  in  the  land.     The   enquiry   itself     would     b">  most searchin:. and most complete, for  it   was   apparent  that there  had  been,  for years ballot s'tuifing-and irregular  rltlgR Jill  iivei- the. country.      The Liberals did  not want tp lipid  power if it  could not' be done   jvjtl)   th.5 malnten-  atjCB .of   the     .innctliy   -0������     thii   ballot.  &:r Charles, in reply, sa'.d that the  U������i;grviii|vr,s'liad forced the goyern-  ���������-"-tit to (l_)  !')!?.������������������' '  ,  ������������������'i.Lnilly Hi������tQ H'i1! P-Pft  ro1'  Lord  a.. ' '������������������> juij; ailti wj'! !'iSe-  llie I'.iclliu coast . ' . .        :  ly fro to  Klondike.      ' - -���������������...  The. Welland canal  will  be permit..   .  t-nllv   patrolled    by   a   squad   ot'   Do-'  minion  police   In  future.      The   militia  now _;u.-irdi,iiR the. canal will be with-  d'-awi:  at once.  "Ottawa. -May 19.���������Thc house in committee considered the criminal code  bill diii-'.ns thc j afternoon and ad ���������  .lourr.eil nit H o'clock. Progress was  reported.. Sir Wilfrid Laurier made  a tatem'ent" lcspeclitig the outbreak  of dintlKM-iu. in the Kegina barracks.  At the Thursday's all night session  Mr.-llorden's amendment to refer tho  election, cases to the committee was  voted down, the government having a  majority   of  4t. "  "   '.  "O'l see Ih-.-;. do be U" >'-' '���������'��������� lelli-bir.-  ato th' Quane's birthil* .*>.'" s*_tid Mr.  Hennessey, as he r.au tn.il over arid  helped himself to Mr. jD,*K>V.-y'n,toba_co.  ���������'An' phwat of It'.'" asked Mi*.  Dooley.  "O'l dinnaw," replied Mr. Henncss-ey,  ������������������hut o'l nlver eellebravJ her birthday  in  Olreland."  "Naythc-r did o'i, Hennessey, but  toimes hav' ehanited," said Mr.  Doolev. "There's bin a rlvlooshun.  an' Oireland is conkered an' Ijas UaJd  do-.i  her arrutns forlver."  "Sinco whin," inquired Mr. Hen-  nessy,  "o'i  niver. herd tel' av It.",  "Since whin is it?" replied Mr.  Doolev. "Since a month ago last  Choosdi'.-ay, that's whin. Why don't  ye rade th" pa-pers an' foind out  U.inw:.**., Hrnnes.se}'. Ye see its this  nay,' continued Mr. Dooley,, "a  month or so ago, Quane Victoria,  ta>s to herself she sajs, I'm gone to  u-r. she says, on me ov n account she  sais. Me ginoral Bobs an' me Oiris'l.  rl&iments, she says, are a whalin'  tl.iyliKl.t-. out nv the l'.oo-ers, she says,  an" r.s a good toime for me to go over^  an' conkeiv Oireland, she says. "How-  many rigiments will yer Majesty tak--  wid ve?" inquolred th' tlrst Lord av  th" Bed-ehatnber. "I'll take Jlst two,"  reploid th' Quail'*., "an" tell th' captain  to bring ih' stamboat up to th' war-  l ruf." she says. An' so next mornln','  ller.ne������scy, th' Quane walks up th"  gang-plank wld her two rlglments an'  starts for Oireland. an' Jlst before  th' stiimeboat landed on th' grane o'ili'  th' Otiaiie sa.ys "Where's me looking  Kins:-, she says, till o'l get me riiti-  mlnts  In ordher she Bays."  : -  "I'hwat WM the name of thorn two  rig'.m.nts?" Interrupted Mr. H*.*:i-  ncFsey. ���������   .. ���������  "I'haawt was th 'name av th.m,"  exclaimed Mr. Dooley, "wan av' thlm  was !*{vlled 'Goudwill,' Hennessey, an'  th" Quane ������nw it ,y,-hin she .smOBed  into that looMn' glass, jin' t|i' other  wan was called 'Concilliashun,' an'  th' sign av it was the beautiful grane  shamrock which the Quane bore upon  ho;* motherly boson). And so tr\istin"  tu. th." stransth .ot ber -forces th'  Quane marches down upon the enemy*  an' whin the Pats and th'Moikes an'  th' Tims who war there in thousands  saw thm, two blessed rlgiments which  th' Quane. had brot wid her, ihey .forgot their boots aiid their groan?, an'  thsy dropped their slugs and, their;  brick-bats, an" scraped the dirt over,  them with their feet, an' with-tears  running down*, their chakes all-.Oire-'  land shouted 'God Save the Quane' an'  th' war was'ovtr fori ver an' "for. ver.  Amin!"  "That's- phwat. Hennessey." continued Mr. Dooley with moist eyes,  "an" if ver there was a. day whin the  orang an' th' grane should' be en-  twoimd its. tbe '24th ay May next  wake: and so it will be, me boy. an'  we're going to'.eelebra-ate .Her Maj-  isty's burthday. _God bless her." *  ..'.'Phwat'are-ye-gone to do" asked  Mr.   Hennessey.  "We'er gone* to''hav'* all th' ports in"  th' kall-ijnder. Tjil pommlttee was  in t' see mjv abojat it. an' o'i tould  thlm to gp aheafl an' they said tl.ey  wud, an' th' Hat "lads are co-.nmin'  down an' our lads, are gone to wipe  th' flour wid thim 'out in th' Square,  an' there'll "be \ Blnini^tlf show in  th' Hi(,ll .ii������ / lb' 'ev-gnln:.' an' my lad  'eedib'tspOM'Ssicay' IepOe h'ofhesgbock  Moiko is trainjn''for a tree round go  Wid wan of thini {in1 I teivchin' hiir.  me Ipft lj(iji(J pWiPB B" th' fa*;, an'  don't iiprgit t! seif th' "lielafe of  -t-aa.VBmitll" hy the '.Medi'eine* Hat  They Fay* that's folne*.  . Quartette.-  Hennessey  entoirely." " * :'"  ���������  ��������� -Will there be a beer drlnkln" con-  tist. o'i "dinnaw?" Inqurled. Mr. Hen-  nessev.  The cummJtt������e>old.,me t_ioyl*d buy'       t_t    .I'M   lord  inwn..  CANADIANS   IN   AFIUCA  Tin Vnld ICiplir.g's latest h.itiby !s  tl:i- ! dhiliipinn of brawny bi.ys from  i.'jn.-.ila, and ' Ai������*itralia���������iiurticularly  from Canada���������to infuse }__inpire build-  lni. .blcml Into the veins of* the South  African colonial. He ha������ be-en dodnp  h's f utmost, to ..tempt Canadian sol-  r.i- rs convalestclng ln hospitals at the  '.d.9es to stas* on the soil���������to abjuie-  the'.green,prairie for the brown veldt,  to -make Hoiith 'Africa a Dominion  iuch as their mathcr colony. How  far he has sutceoeded remains to U.*  seen, but it is doubtful whether more  than a few vupill so fall in - love with  the land In ' which they have spilt,  their blood, -and in which comrades.'  have died anil been buried, as to care  lo remain* ttia-klng their home -cheek  uy jowl -with the subjuga.ed Hoer. In  a recent issue of tne l'hlludulphui  x'uu.ii. l.euger. Mr. Kipling narraUs  his    pi r-._jrnii_._:oiiS    tnrOu_;.i  llie   li-������-  ������lt>t.b.  '_.i.e r.cvekst is telling of the hiM-pl-  .ai .i..   -*** ynourg ana says:  ".nc i.-iiib- aie fuu'tf boys who,  .Mt.i a little t__:cli,,s, \,i,.i_ _>-*.ue  .iti'i... NiAun. ot *. .t.icou\i.r, foi* in-  nia.iee, is in real tnu.ie ami ]J1 -__ ln-  ouraiice when nl: is ill1 Home., J te uui  also in the Canadian rusn on the Piun-  ueoerg laager. V.eing a youin of  eheeiiul Hiiu sl>v.-clilaiiie lumperaineiit,  would, be   bin'ewu   enougn   to   pro-  L  99*5  ^mmn������mmmmwwmf_fmmmfmw?mm������?_iff?mHTsisi  "2S  Head Oflice, Toronto. ' ^  THE MOLSONS BANK  I.N-oiKi'iiiiA-ri:ii hy Alt <h' I'mii.i *i.*.ik.n ., ,.-%.  .louncu on tlie.^liaiicis of a new country If any one brought mm the facu  and  the  tlcuros���������ami  the  lancius.  As it is. lie Ilea in beu wnh a bullet  through  his   leg  and   thinks   about  n.  Vancouver ������in.     Colllss, also a west-*  ern man,-id real estate, would be another .splendid   recruit.      He  shed   him  blood   lor  tne    country  with    a,  vengeance,   the bullet  merely   missing an  artery,      He would stay In the country  if   p..j|>erly   approached.       He   In   bin-  fully nroud  of   the  fact    that    of b5������  Canadians' engaged   in   this   bus-iim-.s.  not more  than  4i>0    are at    this ,dato  available.       And    they   wore   not   cut  down by sickness or cut off to patrols.  "We may assume, then, that among  thc hospituls.  lie 300 Canadians of the  very   stamp   a.nd   breed   wo   require���������  younK,   sound,   clean.   Intelligent,   well  educated, of wheh 75 per cpnt hold or  have held land.'"' Three hundred possible heads of  sane nnd   snap*sd~ fum-  ilies.      Anf]  npV ft Rian  to shttW  them  maps ai^d phonos and nla.n������ to develop  schemes to lure them lo stay in South  Africa.      We shall  let all   these beautiful men, and hundred*, and hundreds  more, go bajck to their own place ,and  never  lift a  finger to stay thetn.  *   Truly we are"the most wastful as we  are the most idle nation under heavy*,!  Derby  and   Dinnlss    and    C.r\^\\  'antf  Neeld  and Johnson,  anc\    lUe'   young  postman at Crcift, (ind"*m5'"6wTi*-|jc>s\-  man at ��������� I _ottinijdeh.r(" (Iie' Is l^ere 'in a  bearer- company),   and "the  man   that  drives the big brewery wagon at Now-  haven (he is here In the Black Watch  and was hit at Magersfontein),  must  go home' when-jthe    war' is-   ended.  Blessings  and   thanks  go  with  them.  They ��������� are .all   either   Reserve   men,  their places waiting for them, or men I  of  the  Regular line  without a trade. I  "But  we" need' Mylton.   when  ha  g������\j \  better,   and    Nixon   and   Colllsj   a-ty,!..  Lascalles 'and. the  tw ins . o.mJ  ^  fei\\'- j  thousand more of their IvJdm.y to stay  and  inherit, ''"', *'  For the land is a good land. It has  been* wilfully and wickedly starved���������  starved by policy and craft through  many years lest an incomiietent race  saould.be found out before the face of  the nations."   -"'-"'' '  ICipling .holds a brief for thi? new  conquered, country^ by right of hly  title of Empire Poet Laureate, rreel'jr  given by every, truo DntfHsbman an<l  .may- be**-exeusod' his co.Vetous desire  to, lure from' Canada some of her  finest sons. ; ,  Capital  Authorized,  Capital Paid U^,  Rest,  ������2,500,000.00  $2,391,863.00  $1,554,710.00  DIUBCT011S:  H.   S.  Howland,  President  T.R.Merritt,Vice-Prcs,   St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,   Btuyncr  Ellas Rodgers  D. R*. Wllklt, General Manager   BRANCHES  North West"and British Columbia:  Brandon,      Calgary,      Edmonton.  Oolden, Nelson. Portage la Prain-j  Ptiuce        Albert,        Strathcom..  - Vancouver, Winnipeg, RevelstoUt*.  Ontat io:' , '.  l_sse_; Fergus. Gait, ingersoll. j  Llstowel," Niagara Falls. I'm i '  .Colborue, Rat Portage, Sault St.". ;  Marie, St. Catherines, St.ThoiiDUi.  Toronto. Welland, Woodstock, ;  Hamilton. , ,  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  PAID UP CAPITAL      - - - $2,000,000  REST FUND ..-._.      01,600.000  DIKEOTOKM:   \V������. Mm., *,  MAii'iiKHfnv, !'rr������l-lii:t;  S.  H. Kwu*8, Vice Prtsldenf,  W. M. I-tAUbAV.SAVIUtL   KlM.I.V. HlMIV AI1CHI11AU1,  J. P. C_.EGl.OJIN,    ,  ](. Malki_.-i.mi MnixiK.  F. \->'i*i*i.i:ti������' TiioaAS, General Manager. ��������� ���������  A pentirnl banking business transacted,     Interrst nllowpd at current  -*3  3  31  St*; rates.  J. D. .M01X1V, .  MAKAIlKli,   KhVllf-liikl-.   U.l*  =2  E^^^^^ui^^^a/ui^ui^M^ai^ia^u^ei^uiius  i  Quebec:  Montreal. j  Sa'vines Ba������k Department���������Deposits ;  of $1 and upwards received and Interest  allowed.  Debeaturae���������Prorlaclal,   Municipal.  and  other  debentures  purchased.  Drafts   and     Letters    of    Credit���������  Arallabla   at   all  points    of  Canada.  Unltail     Klnp'oim   ,   Ualted    Stites. \  Europe, 'India,   China    .���������ir,o    -*"1-  tralla. New Zealand etc  Oold ''purchased.  ..This  ban It  issues Special  Receipts  which -will  be  accounted   for at any  ot  tilt  Hudson's   Bay  Co's  Posts   ia  the Yukon and Northern districts.  .   A. R. B. HEARN.  TUnnnR������r   RevBlalntie   Rlnnrh.  -it,    H  Daia.i  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  ih  McKenzie Ave*  ������*'"' ���������"" H������nwmw. ������"^���������"  (������������������  i^- ���������������:'  I?*  -���������<?-**���������  8c GO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  . - Z "T'*^������'.Vie' a crate da-ay  Ob. it u.      -**������������������ -  ���������\VHO  IS HH?  The Rerelstoke  Herald  in solv- I  wan. Hennessey. -If.you'ld lave town.,  replied   Mr.   Dooley.       "Ye   sea   they  want i"  giv" everybody a fair show���������  an'  that'H wim't'IJ >'OUl" '  PAlNTBItS'   STRIKE  '"Winnipeg,       "May      19.���������The      Union  painters ,'and   decorators   of   the   city  havj given employers notice that they  ivill Kii'out on strike this evening."  -  o   The advice of some people should  be aoeoinpiinied wilh printed directions for taUing.i _ : ,.v -"-, ',,  - The pews ot non-paying holders In  a llaclno chuich have oee.-i nailed up.  No  pay,  no  pray.  The people born with s'.lper spoons  in their mouths ;ir? not the ones you  <..<���������   Ami ii-j   wiih   ilii-li*   knives.   TELLING AGE! BY. THE TEETH,  F. 11..C, *l..eei> has succeeded  lag the ,mystery- In connection will  the dcaltT-hy poisoning.of several do-^ji  in Nelson' one week Hgo last Saturday,  says the Nelson Miner. The drug used  wns cyanide of'untasalum and It was  purchased at Tiet-selV drug store oil  April 2(lJHi ,.������y a man who used tt tu  polishing? silverware. The man's name  ia known but* as there Ib no evidence  sufficient to convict him it will not be  made' public, here. The poison waa  CftiXifid in* small bottles and "in using  It portlon3 of the solution was dropped to the street. The odor* attracts  dogs aai ttier iavttf-lably lick It up.  Its efftct Is oSftdly. more deadly than  a .t,l'o .per,  .cent   solution of    prussic  acfrf."'-''*!?' ft-PiMM.'!] Hf ,fM������ l,i_a?H"?S  of one:6f the' .o&. jK>|si.nt!dJ MhoWe-^  .the -poison to W cyanide ot potneWli-q  and the' sub-sequent Investigation ar-  velooed ,the above facts. The _ man  responsible came to' Nelson from On-1-  gary . and,.-\vent  from  herp. to  Grand  Fo;HS|    -He is now   '     '"     *" "  co-u.-r^'-f, '   '_"'._  ���������������"-���������������������������"   u-  fSeial Weekly) .  Has wore  readers    ia' North  .Raote&ay than any other paper;,  has vimra advertisers in Revel-  atofee tham     any other paper;*  . -4oes_���������iaiofe Job printing.in the  "ctty..than any,other paper; it's  news is wore spicy and up-to-  "dflte; its influence     is greater;  Us~ advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered;   its sub  ���������scription rate is only $2.00 pet  annwi; It OQvera the field. Try  . lt and he ��������� with .the crowd.  -   "Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, li. C.  Prime Beef, Perk, Mutton, Sausage  ', Fish and Game in season.  ThIiIi������  fnriiislji'.l   wilh the  choireKt*  ihe  niNrket   ftTcinlH. Bt**-t.   Winei-  1. quoit, ai il  Ulnar*. ]_iiige,   lijjht  bt-fli-iirms. It^ttes SI    a    day.  Monthly jate. r ...  ..  .U  RATE $1 oo PER DAV  0 olunabia  House.  Good ace-ommoiiiition. A ������oofi i-������'  will supplied with clioicc wi ,v-  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All T rain  Brown   & Pool  Proprietors  in  the Boundats*'  f  t;.iez  U'.i .  liliroroncc '  '"'lie' im-  ."*, Uoukins, Mo., man tried eating  three* dozen eggs on a nger. He won  the wager at the cost of his life.  Now that spring is here noin-j winter overeoats will be put away with  innlh balls and .some with three gilt  balls.  Amhlt'.i.'i has uiu. reward for fill���������  il lillk power, a lltllf> transient fame.  :l grave i/> n.sl In, and a fading name.  ���������W'lllain   Winter.        ' ,     i  _\vniir. Hliirvi'K Its pon>eHw>r l<> fatten those who romo after, anil who  are eagerly awaiting UY* ik.inl.������f ot  ihe accumulator.���������Ore ville.  Jolth ,T. ICllioll who was arrested in  Uhi'.iiimo a few (lays ago for forgery,  created u . ciianlional scene in the  Vancouver pulico court on 'i'liesilay.  Mo eiiw a lawyer writing and believing him to be a reporter, and thnt  his disgrace woul*l. bo .published,*'li9  ttjnlt a liit'.iilfnl of broken glass from  his pocket ami swallowed it. at-the  same time telling thc magistrate it  was useless to call further'witnesses,  as there had been a change of venue  in his case, and that ho would be  before a highft'r, tribunal. _.in a few  hours. Doctor's are working on him  and ho will recover? He is a brother  cf tho Right Hon. Sir Henry Elliott.  G.C.B.,   on   staff   service    in     South  The horse  has   24  temporary  teeth.  The male has 40 permanent-teeth;-the  female 36 or-40. ,l'The smaller number  is more usualtin  females,  due to the  lack-of tusks.-- Thc-temporary teeth  consist' of  li "incisors  und   12  molars;  their centre front teeth, two above and  -two-below���������are-called_punchers;_the_  ne*ct  four   are'Vailed" intermediate ,or,  lateral, and the'next tour corner teeth..  The pcrmanenrteeth consist of 12 incisors,  four'tusks and'24.'molars. The  dental star  Is a    yellowish    ring ap-  poarlnr next the enamel on  the table  or crown, of the toulh.     The following J   Tspr?-  TH13   LAY  OF   THIS   GOLP1ST.  I**Cs_tTto''W_ "the graces ot down an*  and  vole -an dhill.  With   feeling- that-embraces   a   keen  . i ...poetic  thrill.  The  sky, of  azure  tender,   that  bent,  the1 verdure o'er���������  But sky  and     field    surrender   their  charms to me no more.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  r"i t C and Sale Stable of tbo Lardeau and Trout Lake  WHITE   -GWILLIM   &   SCOTT  : f-it  has   occurred on thc railroad south ot Mafo-  '"������������������������������������'-'������������������" ' ,   .   ,,  Tlint  not only    Mafoltlng,  but* llie  v.-ltolc United Kingdom Is relieved i:*i  remonstrated hy thc uttet'iinccs of  llie morning papers. The IJnlly telegraph says:  "Mafeking   Ih   a   small   place  fall   would   have   made  no  i*.t the course cf thc war.  i onciucrablc little township up In lhe _  north saw the few weeks Tor which it  was  expected   to  hold   out   pass into  months of isolation.   Never will England forget the happy, hopeful thrill  that came to her when Coiouel  llati-  cn-Powell  said: "������������������'Mafeldng can't die  taken by sitting down and looking al.  it.'    There  is no advancement which  the nation would not hall as fair reward for the b'riliant capacity,  choer-  . fulness and iron courage of the hero j Africa. >.������,,,. w,���������v  1 ���������     The annual  statement of the Bank  of   Montreal   lias  bean   issued.      The  net. profits for the year after deducting charges of management and making   full   provision   for - all   bsd   and  do'itlitiul debts, amounted to S1.S2J.3SS  as against SI.3S0.5S2 for the year ending   April   30.   ISM.      The  net   profit  this   vcar   was   12.7.  per  cent   on   a  capltu'l   of  $12.000 000.     Profits   added  tn balance of prbfit and loss account  April   SO.   1S00,  gives   a.    balance    ,of  P2,f>27. ISO.    Ont of this sum' .1.200.000  J.-is   lieen     paid     in     dividends     and  $1 01)0 000   credited   to   rest   account.  Willi  n  capital  of $12,000,000. a    re-  'pptvo nf S'i.OOO.noO   has  always    been  | .���������..His.iilori-il  all   that  cculil  be  il.sirod.  I but evidently th? manngenien'.  Is not  ' of  this  opin'on.  for now    they  have  making    the  table :-hows approximately me cluing.-:  of the teeth  with ages:    '���������        .   ,  Three to 10 days: Temporary p.nc'.-i-  ers and' three molars cut.  Forty to* CO days: Temporary Inloi*-  inedla'.c or laterals cut.  ���������rilx to 0 months: Temporary corner  teeth  cut. .  Nineteen -to 23 months: LevcWhB  of  temporary  teeth.   _  Two and'a .half ,to three yearn:  Pinchers replaced '"' by ..permanent  teeth. ��������� ' , *-i  Three nnd one half to four yearn:  Intermediate**!  or  laterals  replaced.  Kour and one half to live yearn:  Tuhks  cut. . :  Four an done ' half to five years:  Corner  tueth   rtpluccd.  Five to six years: Leveling of  lower pinchers.  Seven years; Leveling of permanent  intermediate.  Kight -years: Dental star and  notches-in  pinchers.  Nine years: Dental star In Intermediates.  Ten years: Dental star in corner  teeth.���������Mercury.     ' *���������    ���������  I gaze the"country oper with oalcula-.-  ..; i Ing  look;  I,mark    the.   treach'rous   clover, ,Uu_-  -   i     hazard ot the brook;  No  longer  am   I   pruiser   of  klne  on  hills,  alas!  The    sheep's    a    belter    uraster,    and  HhorUr ikeeps   the  ijr.iB.-J.  Barris'tew.'Solicitor*, Notaries Public,  Etc.     , ,  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. -White,.-..   '     J. M. Scott. E.A..  Q, C.   ��������� ,     L. L. B.  .-,-P. L. Gwillim  Sad.lle    anil     Pack  alwaya for hiie.  Hori.es  ^(8?  Freifihtmp.   and "Teaming  speciiiltyrr^  "~   ������������������ ���������  Now.3, could   I    drive,   I  ponder,   from  here to that big trccY  And to the fiirmhouse yonder In four,  or  mav  be  three!  This pasture Is by nature u fair sie-eu.  perfect���������and  In  golfing  momenclature  I   thus  the  >    landscape brand.  I luive a cleek and mashlo, but find 1  need  a bap; ...  When on els shy on cash he han t iNJt-  ��������� Ht orth a rap,          My cluba are not preclMely Just what.  I ought to get��������� .. ���������  I'd managrc \Try nicely had I another  '     *vX'  I slirh for sl'en d**������1lnhtful-the courHr  t   ,  Intrudes within: ,  Till   dawn,   'mid   bunkers   frlgntful. . 1  olay and can not win.  I wish 1 bad a baffy.     My clabs nave  reached sixteen.     * .....  Ah tne! I'm golfing dally, and all the  world'!' a green! ,.__.,������.  ������������������15DWIN L.  SAUIN.  HARVEY & MoC/.RTEU  Barrislera, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Office*:      Molsons Bank Block.  Flret Steeet, KaTemtoku atatlon. B. C.  J. W. Cro������8,  D-ulv Snipe leaves Thomson's  Landing' every mnrninR at 7 oclock  for Trout Lake Oitv.    For particulars write    ���������    ".   ��������� ,   <)  UKA1G & HILLMAN.Thomsos's Landing  ���������<i'.  ROBERT SAMSON  oncn:  Tuylur  lllock, Mnrkenria   Avonue,  RuT.slitoko.        Hnr������������jn to the (J 1M{-  Hc������ th offlciir. City o( Rove nun.  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  nntlne.       -fontraolo   for   tnlihlnir  t������lf������n.  of  thc  empiro." |  ' Tho  Dally  News,   whicli   compares ,  Mafeking to   Lucknow,  says:     "J3. !'���������  may stand for Budrn Powell  or ih'il-  ish   IMtick.      Splendidly     ha-.o   these  resources   responded   to .the   ucc.l   of  HBfckini   'YhQy   have   roall::cl'   UlB  full ideal of a British settlement in a  far off laud.    O^ ���������     ii  onicAT imiTisn fcucc'.wsiss  liuller    Mntcis   Ne*.Vi*astie-Itr.*adwoo_d  Occupies    Lindloy    and    lluUiiii  Captures t'nmmaiitlaiit Uollia.  London. Mav 19.--The rellyf -X -M'lf'-  kln*r  lia-i' had   the  effect  of  suspend-;   -jfii.leil   another  million     making    the  lie  fo      a  ...oment    Interest    in   tl..,    rcrerve  seven   million  instead   of six  in ft   for  filbir vpcratiuno in tin.* Held vt w������r, i million dollars.  Ministers of St. Paul have approved  a protect of making billiards one of  ihe features of the Young Men's Chrs-  tian  Association rooms."  fiobson: "I understand your daughter is taking gieat pains-_ with her  slngingV" The poor father: "'Taking'  Is not the word; 'giving' is mort-  UUf   I*." ������������������      * '.    '  Portlv: "There is one .thing I have to  say In favor of tlie wind when It'  whistles." Dullhead: "hWat',. that?"  Portlv: "It never whistles popular  airs."  French women have the privilege of  being enrolled aa Free Masons, and  Indeed, if tbey chose, can join a lo-dg?  open to both sexes whlhh hn������ fort  crand mistress a lady.���������Pittsburg  Dlsyaich.  ERRORS  IN WMENSION  '        v **'���������'    '���������������������������  He sat arid sighed era-they wor* wed.  "How long! How long!' was "what he  .said. i.  No they aro one his money nle���������������  "How short!  How Bhort!"    he sadly  1 sighs.   o   AN   OLD   INDUSTRY   REVIVED  "Say" began the man who had hlfi  feet on the table, "did I ever tell you  the 'story nlwut the -sheet of tissue  p'iper?" ,'  "Too thin!" unanimously exclaimed  tiy: others.  A net monkey belonging to a,son of  the Kev. XV. <i. Herbert, pastor of the  .Caroline   Street  Methodist   church,   of  Baltimore, got Into the    study of the  clergyman   the  other*   evening,   opened  a  volume  of  the   Encyclopedia   Hr.t-  annica.'.and  tore out  16 pagea of thu  article on  Diirwln'a Orltfin  of Species.  ���������Then    it  turend  to  Butler's Analogy.  and  it   was  examining  It  with   groat  apuarent iMght  when   .the clergyman  I returned  ami P"t * uU>p  ta IM* prt-  I CMfllngS; (  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching iervices at 11 a. ro.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at thc  close of the morning service. Sabbath school aa'd Bible class at 2:30.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at' 7:30. The public  aro cordially  invited.    Soats free.  RI3V.S.J.TUOMPSON,   Pastor.  REVELSTOKE  lip WORKS  IJlacksniilhing, Jobbing,  l'lumbing, l'ipe Filling,  Tinsniiiliing   rfhect- Jion  'ranadian  Vfeiiic  Railway  yy\  St. Peter's Church (Anglican)  Eight a.m., Holy Eucharist; 11  a.m., matins, litany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, flrst Sunday in the month);  2:80 Sunday school, or chiidrens'  service; 7:80 evensong (choral) and  sermoa. Holy Days���������The Holy  Eucharist Is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m., as announced. Holy Baptism  after Sunday sehool at 8:15.  E. C. Paget, D.D., Pastor. *  Work,  pairctl.  MadiiiiL-iy     llu-  Soo Line  I3EC    ROUTE  EAST AND  WEST  Flu', rim KPe-i-ii! on oil ir.ilns. T'*u**lJt i-ori  l!>������-i Kivcl-Molio dully for St. I'.inl; Tncsdayi  n (1 Halm-day* t'ir Toronto;, Thursdays for  Montrc.il and Bosto  DAIlY TRAINS  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  KOBT. GORDON  k^b^b:  ������J_;K8nYTEI.IAV CHURrH-Bcvclpto)c<> >  I S-trrlce cvi'r> flundny at II ii.m. nml i's>>  p.m. Bine C1ib������ tt 2SW v m.. to which  hll are -wplronio. Prayer mi etlng at 8 p.m.  overj Wodncuday. '  REV. T. MKNZIE3, Pastor.'  I**-*!  -:rti...  6:-*)..  .;in.,   leave���������   nrrlve  ���������clitokc���������arrive...  " leave ,  Toatul from Kootenay Point*   Ibj vc���������Hevelstoko���������arrive..,  We*  ..17:10  ..1.M0  ..18:1.1-  ,i .OMAN    CATHOT.IO   CHUROn-nevel*  t^    stoke     Mara  first aid third Sundays in  SlI/VATIOV ARMY-Mc"Hn    cviry ������.������bt  ta tlurtr kail oa rr-nit **ctji '  UnCeitakinjr ������������*d Emtalming  F. Howson & Co.,  WACKF.SIIK   _LY1.  K������ull Pc-������!<.r������ln Fomlta e  T.rkets is?ue<l andbagRaRi iliecUod throocb  to ilmlnatloii  Cheap Rates  te the  Old Country  F..r lull p*JTti<-ular������a������ to IJme .ratrs, anrt f-������r  cojile*-; oft C. P. K. ruUlcatloiif, addrrfs nrarea  local'ugciit or  T. W. BRADSHAW.  Agent, It..elstoke.  W. K. Aiidcrgon.Travdllrg Tasscnger Agca  KeUon, B. C. ,  E.  J.  Uoyle,   AfilsUn    Ojneral    Pi*w������j������r  *Bsot, Vaoceuver, B. -U, '  ���������____________! .j_i*__&__������_atf-i -���������t- ..  ���������__ il'jt ^SSni&a't.'nii'  .-A'ivli^V^'iiMiw'll"-.*^  ���������i_Uv������-ii. ������"ijK>li iw*rf**j*i^i^f^*^������->������< t*i������k-**w XU-Kii* '-twit .3_t**K*M v-^'-'J *^i- ~-^ .**������������������������  ,,.*-.-Hi_.������v ���������**:--'f! '  :^_^3������^&&������i-*3*������  ������4:Ai=fr-ii-������KijS'Wi<i! -"il*.  j������ * 11 * y****************^* ***  fr  fr  fr  fr  I  %  fr  fr  fr  %  fr  fr  fr  %  fr  fr  *  * ���������������-H"T"H-I~l'-T-������'T''T"T''T''f't-"������'T'������1f'1I'������'l'������  COMING ON.  Everybody should take a touic and  Blood purifier. Ono ot tho very best  thtngr for (liis season is a specially  prepared and powerful  SARSAPARILLA  made for ourselves.  It retails for l\ per bottle and will do  more  Rood    than    several  ot   patent  medicines.  Sold onlvat the...  CANADA DUUCt & BOOK CO.  McKenzie Ave.    ���������    Revelstoke Station  P.  H. TRUDGEON.  ,.  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES,  ..CALL BELLS,  ... ANNUNCIATORS,  ...BATTERIES.  ...MEDICAL BATTERIES, Etc.  ~- COWAN BLOCK.  IOD   SAVE   THE    QUEEN!  Local and  General News  Tlu- receipts nf the performance of  Thr Deacon Hinouiiled lo $185.  \V. YV. Hews returned from Golden  on Wednesday.  A. Johnson, of the Hkrald, returned from the Coast on Tlitirt-diiy  morning.  H. P. Smith, of the Standard, leaves  fur New York tu-uioi-row uioriiinR cm  mining business.  Mrs. Corbett. Mrs. Yotinp: utitl  family ami Miss Mabel 1'oiln.U* left  im- New Westminster on Tuesday.  Fin.uk CraiR withdrew asaenndi-  date for the ridinp; on Wednesday  pvpning and W. M. Lawrence on  Friday morning.  Ed. Kettleson and Mrs. Kettleson  left on Wednesday for Calgary. Mrs.  Kettleson will spend three or four  months visiting there.  Miss Valentine, of the Canada. Drug  and Book Co., is spending a. few days  holidiys at Thompson's Landing, the  guest of her j-ister, Mrs. A. Craig.  The organizer for t.he A. O. F., who  is at present working south of here,  will be in Revelstoke to organize u  court of the order at an early date.  We make all sizes in photos, and  have iigreatrangeinupuidate mounts.  Our present visit will positively be  until Tuesdav 20th. R. 11. Tiueman &  Co.  Services at St. Peter's church as  usual on Sunday. Dr. Paget will  preach upon "Some lessons from the  life of Queen Victoria" at the evening  service.. *  We make all size photos and  piiiir.intee to please yon. Studio open  Queen's Birthday sittings by appointment. Present visit positively until  Tuesdiiv, 29th Mav. R. Ii. Trueman &  Co.  The firm of Field & Bews. druggists,  intend to remove from their present  stand into the vacant store in H. A.  Brown's new block on First St., us  soon as it can be made ready to open  up.  Rev. Dr. Paget will leave, early npxt  week for Nelson to attend the first  meeting of the syuod of the new  clu C -se of Kootenay, which is summoned at St. Saviour's. Nelson, on  \Vednesday.  The football team has received their  medals as victors in the match on  Thursday. Captain     Wentworth  Smythe's is gold and . the balance,  silver, neatly designed and engraved  with goal posts and a ball.  A spirited horse in a buggy, a small  boy with a fire cracker and a knot of  Indies and children got mixed up on  Thursday near the Cowan block just  after the parade passed, witli the result  of a had scare but fortunately no  damage.  Friday was Empire Day, n new  holiday "which has been instituted to  firry " on the memory of Queen  Victoria's biitliday after her death.  The government ollices. banks and  M-honls were closed. Some places are  keeping up a two days celebration on  both dales and it is "an idea, which it  .might he well for Revelstoke to consider another year.  A ppculiar sort of an accident occurred on Saturday on hoard the C.P.R.  train from the east. When the train  was near Revelstoke one of the news  neents named R.H. Moodey went to  open a hottle of soda water when it  exploded scattering fragments of glass  in every direction and badly cutting  ������������������itim-abiuit-the face.--���������Upoti-the_ai_*ival  of the train he was taken to his room  and his wounds dressed by a doctor.  ' He is unaine as yet to resume his  duties.���������Province,  H. A. Brown has   opened np a  very  well  ihosen  stock of cigars, tobaccos,   pipes and   smoker's   necessaries,   cou-  factioiiery aud t-airiiiFS"in���������lire���������elegiiiir  nnd  spacious store  on  the  corner of  _   .   l.l I         !_���������...���������.  Yesterday Revelstoke joined the  est of the Empire in celebrating the  81st anniversary of the birthday of  our moat gracious and weil-beloved  sovereign. It is a holiday always kept  by the citizens of this loyal and  patriotic town with much heartiness,  hut this year a great, wave of enth-  siiim has converted the usual sober  loyalty of the average Briton into a  passionate devotion t.o the person of  the august lady, whose personality  has come to represent in concrete from  alt that, is deep, noblest and hest in  the Imperial idea. Among nil the  links, imp.ilpable as the other and  yet firmer than steel thnt bind the  scattered members of our race into  the vastest empire, of which history  bears i coord, there is none stronger  and more enduring than the intense  affection, which Queen Victoria, has  by her nobility of character, deep  devotion to duly and loyalty to the  interests of her people, succeeded in  implanting during her long reign in  in the hearts of all the millions, whose  greatest, pride is that thev can claim  her as their sovereign. Year after  year us God has spared her to H3 the  union of hearts has slowly, silently,  almost imperceptibly been built up  round her throne, until within the  last few months a* demonstration of  what the United Empiro means  has flashed upon a hostile world and  startled it ituo silence. The heart and  core of the whole movement has been  the almost unparallelled devotion to  her person, wilh which Victoria the  Good has filled the hearts of her  subjects. Without that the Imperial  idea would never have been carried  out to fruition.. Therefore we, before  whose eyes within the Inst few; months  tlie Empire has stood forth, holding  hack her envious foes, raging and yet  impotent, with one hand, while  chastising insolence and ambitious  folly with the. other, may well shout  God Save the Queen, because, she has  been , the greatest empire builder of  them all.  "Not   once  or   twice   in   our rough  island story.  The  path   of duty  was   the  path of  glory."  Sponges  Large  Consignment  Just Arrived  INCLUDING  Carriage Sponges  25c to 75c  Wool Sponges, 10c to 75c  Mediterranean Sponges  10c to $1.50  Manruka Sponges  $1.50 to $5.00  Red Gross  DRUGSTORE  Geo. F. Curtis,  TAYLOR BLOCK.  McKenzie Arc  AS MODEST AS BRAVE  Eureka.  Ed. Adair, who returned from the  Eureka on Friday, reports that the  tunnel is now in nearly 300feet.. The  work ought to cut the hanging wall  in about 45 more feet. The country  rock is very hard; destructive to'drills  and does not'blast well. The snow is  off all the southern fai:e of the moun  tain on whicli the mine is situated und  the trail is quite free from snow nil  lhe way.  his new block on First til. He iiUn  lias bicycles and bicyclists' necessaries  on hand. Behind the store is ii liand-  Mime. parlor, which i������ to b.; used as an  ice cream saloon. Thn stock in the  window and store is artistically and  temptingly displayed, the goldfish  from the Coast making a pretty  ornament for the counter.  NOMINATED  Thos. Taylor and Alexander McRae are  the Candidates.  Thomas Taylor, of Trout Lake City,  free miner; proposer XV. E. Mcl-angli-  lin, seconder I. T. Brewster, assenting  U> nomination Dan. Robinson. C. 11.  Hume, J. M. Scott.  Alexander McRae. miner, of Lardeau: proposer A. N. .Smith, seconder  John Saunders, assenting to nomination R. llowson, \V. M. Lawrence, T.  J. Graname, John M. Doyle.  Baden-Powell Gives All   the   Credit  to  His Garrison.  London; May 23.���������The first word  received from Col. Baden-Bowell at  Mafeking heightens rather than  diminishes the reports heretofore  cabled of the gallantry exhibited by  the garrison during the close days of  the siege. In an interview with the  correspondent of the Ren ter Telegraph  Company on May 11, Col. Baden-  Powell said:  " My great endeavor is to prevent  the relief force force Jfroin trying to  rush into lhe place, before they are  sjrong enough to. It would lie better  to make certain of relief in two  months than to be beaten in an  attempted relief in one month. You  remember it was said in the old days  in Zululand that the natives called me  'Uuihala Panzi'- (the man who does  not rush thing*). The knowledge that  the whole Empire was watching with  apptecialion the good fight of the  garrison has been worth an extra  "p"otiiftl~bf"ration"sii"day tot he garrison  It, was difficult to persmulethecivilians  of the necessity of submitting to  martial law: We had our little  difficulties, lint later there was a loyal  acceptance of the military administration, and there was no trouble at  nil. The devotion of the niir-scn and  "women -generally was most marked."  Referring to the iequests of the  newspapers for messages. Baden-  Powell looked emharassed and said:���������  "These chaps have got an exagger-  at'd idea of the importance of my  personality. I looked upon myself as  the figurehead of the good ship Mafeking. It has been ht-r'.ilnut canvas  and shape, and her brave hull that  really shored the ship nlong and  brou'ght her safely through tin' stormy  crnif.e. So. whenever I read the nice  things nenple say of uie I take it lliev  nri> said inasmuch as I am the head  representative of the garrison."  NOTICE!!  500 White Miners and  Helpers Wanted.  For the Wellington Extension and Coraox  mines to .supercede all the Chinese ln our  mines. Apply at once to the managers of the  sald mines.  Wellington Colliery Co. Ld  TO THE LADIES  ���������)-  THE LEADING STORE takes great pleasure in  announcing the arrival of one of the largest and most  select ranges of  LADIES' FOOTWEAR  Ever Shown in the Interior.  These goods are from New York markets and are  sure to meet the requirements of those desiring an exquisitely dainty, exceedingly stylish, yet durable article.  SHORTLY TO ARRIVE���������  Ok.  Dress Muslins, Ducks, Prints, Etc.  OUR LINE OF LADIES' COSTUME CLOTHS IS SECOND  TO NONE IN THE CITY.  JAKES SILL fi CO.,  The Wide-Awake Business Men,      -     McKenzie Avenue.  Baker  AND       .      .      .  Confectioner  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  Is not in it with our prices on  WATCHES AND CLOCKS  , "CALL AND SEE  Guy Barber, jeweller,  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  THE   FRED   ROBINSON   LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  On and after this date our prices for Cut Firewood will be us  follows:���������  $100 Pel- Cord at Mill  $2.00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH.  -i  FREt) ROBINSON. I   -- ��������� ���������  Managing Director.  The Famous Crow's Nest Coal  - <-��������� Leave your orders, at my office on McKenzie Ave.  ('xndiclati; MoRue informed the  I'.KHAI.D that lie was Independent.  M!i)|>< rtiiiR tlie .Martin Platform and  vonlri Mipr>������rL lhe. Hon. Joseph jMiir-  lin if he cat-ties out that PUtfoiin.  J. t -ike Mi*. I-rfiwreuue. hut with juM  t-uflii cut loop-hole of Independence  to ul;<<���������*.-*. .Mi*. K*>-llie to turn his tout  inside out again.  TO MY FRIENDS.  He Renews His Promise.  "In the general interest of the country" said Mr. Jmnes Dunsmuir, "I shall  replace the Chinese hy white men so  EOon us I (.������������������in jc-'t them. The promise  given hut the night hefor was thus  renewed at that nentlemun's meeting  nn Tuesday night ut South Wellington, and lhe assembled miners and  ranchers shouted in acclaim. A few  minutes later the cheers were renewed  l>y the additional statement of the  speaker: "Yes, and I'll go fmther���������  to soon as the other industries do  ���������uvuv -with them above ground I'll get  rid Cl them all."���������Victoria Colonist.  Gisnti.kjik.v: I regret that for  rcHM.riH of a private business nature I  am unable to continue in lhe present  political contest ns your standard  bearer. I ran nnt. however, withdraw  from the canvass without expressing  my sincere thanks for the hearty  support you have tendered tne and  the wish that, someone more worthy  than myself will he found lo continue  in the fight for progress and good  government.  I have the honor to be gentlemen,  Your Obedient, .Servant,  XV. M.   [. A WHENCE.  Revelstoke, May 21, MX).  Situation at Alberni.  A well-informed Alberni   correspondent sends the following:  The political outlook at Alberni has  materially cleared up within' the last  few days, and there is every reason to  believe that the district has been relieved of the stigma of having cast  itself bound hand and font at the feet  of Mr. Martin. Mr. Neill hasdeflnitely  taken the position of an anti-Martin  candidate, nnd by so doing has not  only made his return practically cei  tain, but has caused the withdrawal  of a strong opposition, which must  have resulted in a tri-angular contest,  the outcome of which must have been  at the best very doubtful."  Wanted.  Womfln wants work by the day. Weekly  washiug for family. Address " A Worker,"  Rorelatoke Station.  ��������� THE LATEST IDEAS IK  and  Suitings  Overcoatings  NEWEST AND BEST  A Large Range of Imported Woolens to  select Irom  J. B. Cressman....  Ahlin<fc Co.'i Old Stand.  THE...  CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B.PAGET, Prop.  Prompt delivery of  parcels, baggage, etc.. to  any part of thc -fifty.  Any Kind of Transferring:  Undertaken  $7.50 a ton. Delivered from the cars.  -,.,.���������.,,,_, John D. Sibbald  Large and Well Lighted  Sample Rooms   Heated by Hot Air and Electric  i Bolls and Light in,every loom  Free 7-ius Meets All Trains  Reasonable Kates    ���������-uH'DTIEL  YICTOE-IAju.  JOHN "V. PERKS, Proprietor.  Sight Grill J*to->=i t'u Connection for the Convculenco of Guests  B������wecpSIlottl and Station. ;' lr&*_IWf(l������'fe������ !}���������������(������ 9    lo ���������������������  KEVELSTOKE  (H)  SMELTER  All orders left at B. Nf. Smythe'* Toburco  Store, or hy T*.|������phone No. 1-4BC8 will receive  prompt attention. ���������'  .*******+*****************  '* *  \ "A  LOCAL IN-DUSTRV  t  '    OK PURLIC BENEFIT" T  . H. MAYNE,  SOIiE AGENT  THE REVELSTOKE  STEAM LAUNDRY..  .IS BOTH  Tho Proprietor rnqnpsts your  l>iil.rrin;if(f on Lhe nhove fact?.  First UIuhs Alnchtnery aiul  First CIiish White H������lp, ensures First Class Work. A  t.iinl order is solicited from  outside points, or from residents of Revelstoke who aro  not ulreitdy on our list of  patrons.  Geo. S. Hogan  Proprietor,  f TELEPHONE NO. 43.  ********i****************y  LOTS FROM $150 UP.  -ON   EASY   TERMS-  ���������*Hf������44*4 -Mil***-**************  R.H. MAYNE,  Notary Publ ic and Insurance Agent.  .utarite' im ths HeFald,  Bread - Delivered - Daily  CALL AND INSPECT OUK STOCK OF  NEW  GROCERIES  Red Rose Decree meets second and lourlli  Fridays of each month;  White Rose Decr'.Mi  incuts tlrHt Friday of ench month,in Oddfellows'  Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome.  W.M. MATHERS, T. E. L. TAYLOR,  Secretory. ProsMent*  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Regular moetlngs aro held iji the  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially Invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. O. F., n������. 3461.  Meets Ir tho Oddfellows'Hall,on thcsccoiul  and fourth MoiKlavs (If  each month. Vlsltini;  brethren invited to attend.  K.D.J.C. JOHNSON, C. W.MITCHELL,  Chief Ranger. Kec.-Soc.  TIIMIE   TABL3_.  AiTii-fiiTu*- ������������������������*-������������������������ * ������ _|_���������������-������-���������������-LX.JL.w.._r.-_r..w..������.._t..w..w.._r.._r.  TTTTTTTTTtTTTTtTtTTTTTTTTT  C. J. Aman  *  X Tobaccos. Pipes, Cigars, Etc.  ^J Scientific Works on Mining, Etc.,  X Minerals, Mines and Mining by Osborn fr  fr Prospecting,    Locating   and    Valuing *  ���������+      Mines���������by Stretch. +  tJ Handbook of Rocks���������by Kemp. jfc  X Prospecting for Gold  and   Silver��������� ������  X      Crake. Jj.  fr Stamp Milling of Gold Ores���������by.Kiekard j-  4+-M^**'M'**.f*'f*>M'***+*****+  STEAMSHIP   ���������' LARDEAU'  Commencing May 1st, 1000, Steamers will rim  as follows:    (weather permitting)  Oomaplix and Thomson's Landing  ------       - ft  Leaving    Arrowhead   twice   daily    for  hom.ion's Landing   at 10 o'clock and ill o'clock  _   Leaving Thomson's Landing for Arrow- ���������  head twice dally at7:S0 and 13 o'clock  Making   close  connections with   all C. P. K.  trains and steamers.  The owners reserve the right to change  times of sailings without notice.  FRED. ROBINSON,  Malinger.  LIFE.  Is sometimes wrapped in a small bottle,  and often the door has been closed on  death hy a single bottle of medicine.  Isn't it important, therefori', with such  serious matters, to be suro of your  druggist ?  We prido ourselves on tho quality.of  our drugs, and the careful way ill which  we prepare our medicines.  To be truly accurate in compounding  medicines is mora than weights and  measures.  FIELD & BEWS  PHARMACISTS,  SECOND STREET.  YOUR . .  Spring Suit  Now is the time to call and arrange  for a SI'KINC, SUIT and nn OVERCOAT  ���������Splendid line of Suitings, Newest  Fashion Plates, good workmanship.  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCatty Block.  F,l"l"l"I"A"i  We Repair  * -  WATCHES  CLOCKS,'  and all kinds of Jewellery  If thc   work  Is not satisfactory we  fr  refund .your money. fr  ������ WEGUARANTEEOURWORK  fr and stand by our guarantee.  fr  fr     Wc also carry a good line of Watches fr  fr ond Jewellery, which wc dispose of at  fr moderate prices.  f E.M. ALLTJM,  T The Leading  T Watchmukor and Jowclor.  X  First Street, next door to Herald ollice.  ****^^***********a.********  Paints,    Oils,  Glass.  Our delayed stock of thc above hns Just  arrived and wo havo much pleasure in  placing before tho Revelstoke public a  list ofthe goods wc arc now prepurcd to  supply them at reasonable prices.  ISoilcd and Raw Oil, Turpentine, Coal,  Tar, Varnishes In three grades.  Colors ground In OU, Japan or Dry.  Cold Water Khlsomiuo in every shade,  Whiting, Plaster and Portland Cement  ���������rioods guaranteed to l>������of bast quality  and all from best makers.  Starret's Mechanics Tools {or Sale  '���������W. M. Lawrence  Hardware. Tinware. Stoves.  Pnlnts. Oils and Glass,  Agent for Hamilton Powder Co.  P.O. Box 86.  Telephone 36.  Savage Bros.  Second Street  THE  Family Grocers  ..SAVAGE BROS, beg to Inform thc -public  . and their patrons that they have added a  ..choice lino of FRESH GROCERIES to their  ..stock, and arc prepared to sell at close  ..figures for cash.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, Loudon.    Seven vears .  ���������it  Morfa   Works,  Swansea.    17   years  fchief  Chemist  to Wigan Coal and  Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late chemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Deer Heads,   DIrds. Animals, Etc., preserved  and mounted.  THIltD STREET. HASTOFSCHOOLHOUSK  Jas. I, W"oodrow  RTJTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,.. (  Mutton, Etc, v  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly filled.  S5ntf���������$SX. RBYBM50KB, B.8..  ���������J  ....   . . j  E   hereby notify  the   smoking >,  public that the Cigar Makers' Union';  " '     ' !  have resolved to  permit members ol j  the Union to work in our Factory,;  and UNION  CIGAR  MAKERS   art j  now. at work with us.  THOS. LEE, Proprietor  /  Cleanliness  Is Next to Godliness . . .  If you want your scavengorinR  work done in a, clenn and economical way send a card to  F. SAUNDERS,  REVELSTOKE'STXTION.  NOTICE  Notice Is hereby given to purchasers of lots  ln Illnck "A," Town of Kevelstoke, othcjwlso  known as tliu "Mara Townsite Hr-nperty," that  all Instalments on account of purchase arc to  be paid to John D. Sibbald, Mara Townsite  Agent, and to no other person.  J. A. MARA,  IN   THK    SUPREME   COURT   OF   BRITISH  COLUMHIA.  In thc matter of Thomas Itlchardson, deceased.  and  In the matter of. thc "Official Administrators'  Act."  Dated ninth day of March, A.I)., 10*30.  Upon reading the affidavits <>r Alcxnndor  Mcltnc, Walter Kent land (ieorge S. McCurtcr,  It Is ordered thiilJuuii>s Ferguson Armstrong,  Oliicial Administrator for the County Court  District of KootiMiny, shall be Administrator ot  all ami singular the goods,chattels and credits  of TlioiuuK itlchardson, deceased, and that thia  order be published In the ItEVKUiTOit. Herald  newspaper for one month.  [Signed]    A. J. McColi.,  All persons having clnlms against tho. abovo  named deceased arc required to i-cnd in par*  tli-.ulars of their claims, duly verified, to' .1. F.  Armstrong, Fort Steele, the Administrator,  within one month from this date, ttfter which  time the said administrator will proceed to  distribute thc estate among those persons of.  whose claims he shall then have notice mid  said administrator will not be responsible to  any creditor of whose claim he shall not hav&  had notice at the time of such distribution.  Dated tliis 22nd day ol March 1900.-* r  OEO. S. McCARTER,  Solicitor for the Administrator.  For Rent,  A fine new nine-roomed house with alt.  modern improvements, complete In eyorf  detail, having fine bath, closet and bowl,  besides numerous fine clothes closets, pantry,  etc.. and a fine cellar separate from thc  furnace cellar, centrally located. Ar>ply at  Hkkald office.  Notice of Sheriff's Sale  We still handle  FEED AND FARM PRODUCE  All Purchases delivered free of Charge*.  Fresh supply of fish ������very morning.  Cireful attention.  Prompt delivery  UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of a warrant of  execution issued out of thc Supreme Court  of British Columbia and directed to thc  Sheriff of North Kootenay In a certain action  wherein H. P. Smith and others are plaintiffs  and Gcorgo W. Beach and William Crosbie are  defendants. I have this day seized and taken  Id execution all the interest of the defev-iant  William Crosbie in those certain mineral  claims known and recorded as the Standard,  Monitor. Black Bear, Criterion, Contractor,  Iran Hill and Iron Chest mineral claims  sltnato in the Big Bend dlstrlot of the Rovel-  atoke mining division of West Kootenay, and  1 will on Wednesday, the 28rd day of May,  _���������������*>, at the-houro! two o'clock in tbo aftcr-  jxwm, at the Court House, Revelstoko, after for  sate publicly all the Interest of tho said  Wtllfam Crosbie ln the sulci mineral olalun to  satisfy tbe said execution.  Dated this' 10th day of Mar. ltOO,  JAMES TAVLOK.   '  Deputy, to the RherlK ol Sosth. Kc.ot.cn������yr  f

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