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Array ii  *       "    J     7    -v  , i'  ^  fo     '  ���������ISSTJEP   TWIOE-A-WEE^-TTJBSDAYS    AJSTP    FRIDAYS  Vol. IV.    No.  35  REVELSTOKE.B. C, TUESDAY,   MAY 1, 19Q0.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  HIS HEAD IS LEVEL  C. B. HUME  &C0,  Parasols   AND   Umbrellas  We are now opening a choice  line of Umbrellas and Parasols���������newest and piettiest  selection in the City.  CHILDREN'S'  at   JJ5G  $1.50  LADIES' at   $|.25���������S8.00  UNDERWEAR  In Ladies and Chiidrens'  Underwear we are now  showing the neatest tilings  to be eeen anywhere. Prices  are surprisingly low.  Hosiery  Attention  is called to "outlines of Ladies', Gents' ami  ChiMrena*   Hosiery.      Our  ; comfort   hose   is  the   very  latest idea- \i\   these goods.  The legs are cotton and tin-  feet natural wool.  They absorb   the   yicrspirn'-ion   and  promote lieallh. and  at the  same time are light and cool  .We have these hose in gents'  and Ladies', and there is a  .big-run on,them. _*,..- *.*��������� - ���������*  ,.  Why Trek off to Cape Nome when You  Can Invest in Lardeau  Mr. C. E. Hull, of Boston.  Mass.,   is  registered ������t the Leland.    Mr. Hull is  in   Viincoiivet*   in    the    interests    of  eastern  capital anil  will  go   into the  Tuna lake division of Lardeau, where  his inluveitsare very hugely centered.  Mi*. Hull is u mining engineer and ���������**'���������*������������������  lieeon  connected   with  minus all his  life      He  come   hero   fiom    Cripple  Creek cainp. Colorado, andspeakB very  well nf this country as a gold producer,  | Asked   as   to   how   he   thought    the  British   Columbia mines  would  com-  pirn* with those of Colorado,   Ml*. Hull  says that while in Colorado the crtmps  aie all old ones. those  in  Bi-itii-li  Columbia are practically in their  infancy.  Said he : "Take for example the camp  -it Cripple  Creek.  Colorado,   Ihu  gold  output lor last year,   from   a district  six miles  in  diameter,   was  $2,000,000  per   month.     Now   although   this   is  enormous. I see no reason  why  i-onie  of tin British Coiimiliia mines should  not   son.e   day    ace. mplish  quite  us  much.    On our   property in  Lardeau  very little developing lias  been   done,  but"we are showing Hinf.ice samples of  oie.-issajing $"t  >">   gold  and 23  per  eenI iii copper, which is exceptionally  guild."    Mi*. II-iU   has  refused  several  good offers to go  to  Cape  Nome.    He  says he does not see any object in imining to the end'*, or the earth   for  gold  or anything else, when he believes the  same result can lie accomplished within  civilization.��������� Province.  I -   FIRM ON THE PLATFORM  The Leader of the Libreal-Conservatives  Will Abide By It.  GREAT DEPARTMENTAL STOREI  ...  11  '   ,_    ���������,    J-.J,'   K=SI *vl iye^wa   <S  cally Unit they hud no  CANADA   ONCE  MORE!'  S^���������J I I cally th;  J^ J l were un  ������^      (I'theso-c  ft  S3  ring  The latest Spring Novelties  in Neckties are now on view  in our store. If you want  something neat and fashionable come and in'spi-ct our  tU-ck of these goods.  Sale..-.  Our great drive in Carpets  - still-con ti nut* s���������25- peiucen t^  discount. . Money saved vis  money inside. By buyirg  our Carpets .you can make  some. . "    ,  ' 'mWIIIMlMT1 1 J  .,. HOUSE  FURNISHINGS  In Wall Paper we are offering special inducements this  spring in the way of low  prices. We ha*- e a big stoi'k  to select from a d tho-e  needing Wall Paper will  find it to their advantage to  inspect our line and g*-t our  prices before pnrcliising e--e-  where. Our Window shades  and curtain poleB are new  and artistic.  The City Council  Met on Friday night as usual, all the  u.enibeis present.  COKUKSI'ONDENCK  From Chief Bain leferring to a false  alarm n't No. Hire hall at 10 a. ui. of  llie 27ih caused liy Mr, Die. working  on llie System, fyled; From "th'e same  Matiuir that in ''is opinion the bush  Hie near tlie swimming hath on the  2olh, was caused by sparks from llu'  ai earn laundry "smoke stacks' mid suggesting compulsory use of spaik  ���������iii-tcsters by use.s of steam power,  | referred to lhe bylaw committee.  nEPtlBTS ��������� ,       '   ���������    ���������  The F. VV_"& L. cofniiiitlee'asked for  extension 'of lime to 'prepare their  repWl oil I he'waterworks, system and  all hack correspondence on '.he subject  waMefei'red to thetn and ihey weie  instructed lo examine the. books of the  R. \V. P. ii L- Co. ami.to lonsider lhe  ,1,'lviUsi.iiiy "f employing .1 colupelelit  livdr.iulic engineer lo examine and  report id the council on lhe value at.d  condition of the company's property.  ���������The P". W. riiiini.illoe cucoinineiided  ���������������   revised   and   amended    scheme   ol  public expenditure for MX) as  follows:  Sidewalks (_ fool on Thud from Charles  L.ttuden Ave.; on Garden   Ave. Horn  Second to Third; on Second Irom Boy e  to 150 feet  east  of  Bobsou;    on   I'lisl  from Boyle lo Government Road wilh  u ero.-sitlg.it K. A. barracks;   Douglas  to  Benson   to   connect   with  present  s.dewalk; in front  of  McCarty  block;  ou Rtibsnn A've. First, to Third; 8  fo.lt  on G.i'st side of McKenzie from Victoria,  road   to  Fifth  street;   ttit.il  $2.33.:i.80.  .G'i*avelliu^OLUii_-SIi'0l_������ii_ili-li������_ ���������������������������'*'''"  mil.   etc.,  ji 1,20850.  Have  vou  ever been here first thing in the  s  morning?     Doesn't it pay ?     It's the only way  1  to be certain of securing- any special  priced  *  goods when quantities   are  limited, and the  money thus saved is certainly a healing recompense for the small effort you may make to  reach here by eight o'clock.    Even if youjauje  not in search of some special bargains, there s  such comfort in sliopp ng when everyoneis  fresh and bright and crowds; are small eiiough  to admit of quick rapid service without delays.  Trv it Wednesday There are some very urgent  price cuts ih different departments.   That may  concern your purse.   Make really sure of being  oh time and have the added comfort of a long  leisurely morning instead of crowding it all  into an hour or so    Yo.uU fia** it pays.  Speaking ut  Now Westminster on  Thursday last Chas. Wilson, Q.U., who  was leceived with  loud applause said  ,er of tho Liberal  to state emphatically that they had no alliances.  They  it connected in  any  way   wilh  ailed Turner or Cotton parties,  but   ran   flatly   on     their    platform.  "And."  said   Mr.   Wilson,     "Mossr.-t.  CoUon   aud  Mint in run   settle  their  domestic troubles between themselves.'  He recognized only two great   parties,  who frankly   look   thc responsibility  for their lepresentaiive's actions iu the  legislature,     tho     Liberals    and   the  Liberal-Conservatives. Were      lie  returned with his associates, his party  would see that he keptlo the published  platform. There was absolutely no  remedy against any individual government, such as Mr. Martin's, should the  members not cave to keep their promises. A man in that position could  promise anything, and juggle wilh  millions for railways to the moon and  other outlying places without the  slightest idea of how the money was  to he paid, and once in power he would  forget all alinut it. Mr. Wilson was  very favorable  to   n   policy   of  trail-1  Col. Otter and Royal Canadians'  in the Place of Honor  COLONEL OTTER  IS WOUNDED'  I SlioiJ Early for 3  GOODS I  We've planned a very'������'paying " list for you if you come to.*inake  your choice hef-re the quantity oh hand are all gone.-   The variety  - ���������f o-oods thus 6ffere(Liri������lu������1eB.nearlv all the.Sprmg styles in v.?Ba������  -Sid yoi.Ml bedeliglited with the.liigh values, but come early to be  surd of them.'  -Five pieces hew'Spring coiorings, Amazon- cloth 'suitings, pure  ���������*<** W inches .wide, with correct weight for Spring costume? -  Si ecial : '- ���������^ -��������� " T^ " 'UU  ".." Fi-e pieces-new- black, fancy, fabrics   silk  and. Moli-ir,' raised  effeciL, be-utiluHy. finished, .mall and large  designs,   fast  black.  - Tliis matei ial will make a Hobby Skirt or handsome dress, 42 in  wide.��������� .-*pe. ial���������= = '- bUU  ana artituc.  Groceries  We are, always on the top in  this line; being the heaviest  purchasers we,can afford the  choicest goods at the lowest  prices  -81185.   ' Total    expenditure  The report   was   laid over  until Uie next  meeting  lo   permit   of  copies being prepared.  The action of the Mayor in puichasing fiiruiture for lh������ No. 2 Biehall was  i.ititied by resolution. Aid Peleison  and Abrahaun-uii. 'dissenting. -  The Mayor was auihc.rized to pro-  ciniMUbei* quarters lor the, city council and city del k's office.       *  The P. W. committee reported Unit  Bourne Uio--.- had completed their  contract lo place a fuiimce in the IV.  2 lire hall biiti-sfaclorily and reiou.-  mendedlhe payment of the accouni  $291 The report was adopted, Alii.  Go. don, Pat tick. Newman. Kilpatru k  yea*.. Aid. Peterson nay. Aid. Abra-  hiiuisou excused.  The council then adjourned.  Our Final Shipment  of Muslins  Tt,"..-.. .Kintv corded muslins are more popular than  nSreq^ ^.u^iirf^of������  tlAil" A. wi^pe^U. receiv, it w.nte wise to  make a special tip to -J* t he- ������" bM u<b,y 1.^.  Iiiei es new rnii-dms. w idtli ciU uu in ���������*���������      *      .  i    .jt, j  sells at 20c.    Our special pru e lou  Guaranteed  Kid Gloves  RAM LAL'S TEA as a Package Tea  cannot be beat. It has no epual ln the  Market, as a sample package will convince all lovers of good Tea  A Desperate Attempt.  On   Saturday    morning   .Oassidoie  Lenardo. an Italia!., attempted suicide  with a razor.    He cut his   llu oat and  inflicted a wound nine inches  long  on  hi*, abdomen, exposing the  intestines.  He was brought in lo  the hospital   in  the afternoon but there  is  very   little  hope or his recovery. .The unfortunate  man lost a leg iu an accident with tbe  work uuiu last yenr-nnd  is  suing the  U  P R.   company   for   damages.    He  was in a despondent frame of mind,  imagining that he  was  going  lo  lo*,e  his   suit   and   seeing   no   prospect   of  making a living.   This despondency no *  .iriuM-   produced   a   temporary   ht  "fl  mental   alienation,  during  which  he)  committed the rash act.  , Ladies' Up-to-Date  i; Sailor Hats  I 'i",M i tlihv   " ��������� go'ina16 be more popular than  eve.'.  ! W !_,.verba   .... large ������ s'.ock  or so ma ny vanelu'S  ������ ^     w     A lie    oiu'i't Ainerhan  s;tyle������ are here  J n.���������| priVes that will please you if anything will.  J'. :   ii English Brussels  ii for 60c.  '7t'l    o'c     k       The saving is well worth Mppii.pn-  Hting wh - he * ������n the B.u-seh, ore the Union  carpet.  what you need and  com. ea.lv enough  lo  make it  .'('.{"Yard* English Bi*.is������'1m of J-hr.ite design and  cidoHni goods, worth TOc.and 75c. to clear, Saturday  per yard at ' f      One Hundred and Fiftv YardBS.mer Union UevtM'si.  hi..Cainet 3C inches wide: a full range of all that is  n ������^Ht. d -igii- and colorings suitable for hedrooms  Regulai* pV-ice^i*-:   Special  for Saturday  per  y.gg  Tun Hundied Sq.wre Yard<= Extra Heavy C'������n������dian  O Cb. h All widths up to 2 yard,, in ������J^���������������������' "J1  lil.ick design*,-., splendid wearing cloth-worth ������te^  Special for Sat urday per yard at -������*���������  Newest, shades,', prettiest stylen. hound .to give enduing satisfaction. Enough different pr.nn;������ t������  lie "lire c.f-juM. the style and quality you prefer and  no pos������ihility of dissatisfaction because our guarantee  goes with each pair. Those who have Rove needs  for Saturday or any other day can choose, here Iron  , the Hnest and most varied selections and yet at most  moderate cost. ...  Ladies* French Kid gloves. Hne *������������������y'"^���������������  festoon sewing, gusset fingers, ihree ������*'"^; "eS*t.  embroidery, in whte and black welts, i dome tast-  ener." 11 new shades, in tans and blacks, und every  pair guaranteed.   Per pair  **,*l"a>  Ladies' Fine French Kid Oloveel Pjris P"i"t',flm-  broidery backs, self welt and gusset fingers, 2 doiag  fasteners.   Special per pair ���������>"*��������� w  building through.the mining districts  to enable the prospector,  the  pioneer  of tbecot'mtry.to explore it thoroughly.  Mr". Wilson wenr.'over his party's plat-  fort'n clause hy clause   and explained  his idea of   keeping Mongolian, labor  out  at    least   .of   government-aided  works, by empowering the lieutenant-  governor.in-cou'ncil to embody in  the  contract  between   the   province and  Hiiy   person     or    persons    receiving  special   privileges,   the   straight provision    against, the    employment  of  these people. . As a lawyer, he had  no  doubt that his course would stand the  test of the courts. . The speaker concluded by asking his hearers to carefully go over the published  platform  of his piirty,  and   knowing that, this  platrorm should be strictly adhered to.  asked them to vote the 'straight Conservative ticket.  Mr. Craig's Position.  To the Editor ot the Heraid. ]  .   Sin:"' Jtrthe'last issue of yourpaper  there appeared a letter signed  Samuel  Needham." in which,the writer asserts  that neither Mr. Craig nor any other  man had the right to ask  Mr. ^Martin  questions in the name of the Trades &  Labor Council of this place. "   If Mr.  Needham would ask for the minutes of  the special meeting cf A'pril  13th (as  he is a delegate to the Trades & Labor  Council) be-.will -find   out   that   Mr.  Craig had authority to do'so.    And it  the regular meeting on the 22nd  inst.  he sat not ten feet from the secretary  while tlie minutes of the meeting of  the 13th inst. weie read  and adopted.  Mr. Needham"could have had access to  those minutes at any time  if he had  any desire to ascertain  if   there   was  authority for the statement that those  questions were asked in   tlie  name  of  the Trades and Labor Council  or not.  and the fact that he   did   not  do   so  brands him as a wilful and deliberate  liar.  Frank Craig.  Secretary T. & L. Council.  Plain or  Fancy Stockings  All the new and prettv idens for Summer Hosiery  are on hand and no better time for choosing then,  than nowbefore any of the most pleasing Un.-.in re  '���������pxlV.usted. You will find many popular styles, _n  ,o.h cotwn and lisle and reliable linea of 0,-shn e e  fin- those who prefer them. Some few dcsuiptinns  will interest you.  ladies'Lace Ankle and All Oyer, Lace Ltalo Thread !  "Hose, very lalest(drsigus, special heel anil toe. llci ur, ,  "clorfdye.   Special ��������� -         \  r,.dies'Plair Black Lisle Thread Hose, double heel }  ^^,f^Mt^\o^.H^^rtO^. extra line *  quality and finish.   Extra Special \ alue -i������-  Ladies' L-.ce Ankle nnd Fancy All-Over Drop Stitch  R-..k Cotton Hose, made of extra tine Mac Thread  K wffi doable heel .and toe, Uwuvgofc  dye-   Special at 85c. or three pairs foi S>1 W  Ladies' Plain Black Cashmere H"80. jlo������������.Ie Irgel and  ������>e. full fashioned, pood medium weight, at '**���������"������  pairs for   Martin Antagonizes Houston.  On     Monday   afternoon   the   Hon.  Joseph Martin addressed a large meeting of Ymir  clectois  and  delivered  a  speech     upon   his   political   platform  which lasted over two hours and  was  listened to with great attention.    The  meeting was held in the Miners' Union  Hall   and   was   attended   by   a  large  number of members of the Union, who  received somewhat of a setback bv tbe  evident antagonism existing between  Mr.  Martin   i\nd   Mr.   Houston. ��������� Mr.  Martin's announcement that he would"  rather see an out and ont Conservative  such    as     Mr.     Roderick   Robertson  elected to tlie constituency than a man  of no political principle, such as John  Houston, caused  no little consternation in the ranks of unionism.  The Capture of Black Monntain by   the'  Royal Canadian Regiment���������The  Can- *  adian Artillerymen  at  Beira  in   Port- _  ugese   Territory���������The   Capture   of  aJ  Boer Convoy.  A   special    despatch     from   Thaba.  Nehu, describing  the engagement at.  Israel's   Pont,    seven   miles   west  of_  Thaha   Nehu,   says:    Three   hundred.'  Boers were strongly entrenched on two '  kopjes���������the place of honor was given.'  to the Canadians; who advanced  very  closely,   undet   their* dashing    commander,   Col.   Otter.   The   Boers   re- '  served their fight until the  Canadians '  had leached thc   wire   entanglement;1  then they opened   with'a "terrible hail     ,  of bullets.     The Canadians, however,  had taken" good" cover.'and  were not  damaged.   They were ably supported* .'  by the Orahanislown Horse/- Success-  "ive rushes   bi ought   them" up   to the '  kopjes, when  Col. * Otter   was struck  twice, one bullet inflicting a nasty but '  not dangeious wound in the neck, the '  other   struck   the   badges   from    his '  shoulder, bnt he still cheered his men '  along until the kopje, was carried. The  Boers bolted. ' ;.  The Britishlosses were 20'killed and  wounded.  A despatch from Thaba Nehu to the  Daily Mail, referring'to" the same en-'  gagement, sRys:   The BrUislV'Hrtillery.'  shelled the kopjes'all day from  thread-  positions.     The Boers were extra well -,'  entrenched. - '���������_.".  The mounted infantry made a  wide   '  turning - movement    and    advanced. '  within "two thousand yards under good  shelter.     During   tbe   afternoon the"  fcsule*   became, general���������Urn-i-n.v-xi.ii  and artillery Bring was deafening. "Ac    -'  three o'clock*tlie "Canadians 'advanced    -  in open order and finally captured, the -..  kopjes. -   * .    *_       -  Ottawa, April 30���������The following' is '*  the list of casualties among  the* C.in-^  adians at the battle of Black Mountain *  on April 27th :' Private Defoe'of Nova.''.  Scotia,   killed:     Col.   Otter."   Private ,.'  Burns of the Governor-General ���������Foot-  guards, and a soldier slightly wounded,/*  the   latt-er not   identified   yet.     Col.  *.  Otter reports that the* Canadians did "  well in this battle'.  London. April 30���������The' latest from '���������"  the  front   indicates   that   the  Boers -  evacuated Thaba Nehu only to occupy  a stronger position.'_  Gen. Dewett tried yesterday to turn **:  Gen. French's eastern flank, but was "  foiled by the cavalry ufter vigorous -���������  manoeuvering.  __The_Qanadian  twelve pounder bat-  tcry arrived at Beira.- Portugese East  t  .���������llu I  Africa on the 23rd.  Private report from   Mafeking yes-'"  terday reports everything satisfactory. ���������  London, May 1���������The   British  captured one Boer convoy on Saturday. -  but its size was not mentioned.  ' To  tbe   east  of   Bloemfontein   tho  Boeis Sunday night were still  holding "-  the hills near Thaba* Nehu   while behind them long  wagon   trains   loaded';  with wheat for the Boer army in tho -  north are moving through Ladybrand. ���������  THE   QUEEN'S   BIRTHDAY^  C. B. Hume & Co.  Hopelessly Out ot It.  Speaking     to     a    NeWs-Advei-ti~*r  and referring lo   the   present  political  Mtualioo. Mr. Bostock said in  a _ short  conversation that he-was surprised  at  Hon. Mi.  Mai tin having so little to  show  in  the  Upper Country.   There  I were few   if   any   candidates   besides  lion. Mr. Smith CuiIin and he thoujibt  I that iinle-s then* v-as a decided chal.ae  I within ihe next six   week:-.   Hon.   Mi.  I Mai tin wo.ilil be hopelessly out in  tbe  I Interior.  Webb-Hodsdon Recital  The   Methodist   church   have    been  been fortunate enough  to secure tho  services of  Miss Ethel Webb and  Mr.  W. Graham Hodsdon both of Toronto,  formerly of England, to   give   one   of  their famous recit:il*on Friday evening  of this week in the Methodist church.  The press are unanimous  in declaring  this to be the literal y and musical treat  of the season.     Wherever they have  appealed tbey have been asked for a  return engagement.      "The Burial  of  General Wauchope"   as   rendered   by  Miss Webb is alone worth the price of  admission.   The Rossland Miner says  "That Mr. Hodsdon's peer as  a  tenor,  has never   been   heard   in   Rossland"  and   the   Calgary   papers   say    "Mr.  Hodsdon is the finest tenor th.it  has  vicitedthese-regiKUs  Remember the d.Ue, Friday, May 4.  The Supreme Com t which opens at  11 a.m. tomorrow will take up the \an  Dusen robheiy case, and the charge  against the rirlier. Oscar Legere, who  ���������,et fire to Jas. Smith's barber shop on  the day of the Bloemfontein celebra-  ������������������. The Italian, who attempted  suicide at Julian's farm on Saturday  last had a case to come on for damages  aKa ustthe C.P.R. for tbe loss of h.s  leg, but it is hardly likely to come up  tliis sjus-sion now.  The Herald is glad   to   announce "���������  that the Mayor has taken time by the *  forelock and announces a public meet- '  iug for next Monday evening in the *  Opera House to discuss arrangements *  for a really worthy celebration  of tho '.  birthday of our beloved  sovereign on",  theSlth.   There is a   general  feeling ���������  in town that  the occasion this year  should be marked in a special manner. *  To di) Ibis it is necessary to commence '  witnout delay.    Usually  the business ������������������  has been put off   too   long   with   the "  result that the only kind ~>i celebration *  possible   has  been   a   programme  of  sports in tbe afternoon.   The Herald '  would  suggest,  that  this    year   the  games should be supplemented  by a ��������� *  -go'od-parade-iii-Lhe-o)orning-.and_fire=���������  works and some kind of entertainment -  in   the evening, -r Everybody.  s.honld;l  miike  a" point  of   being  present  at  Monday's   meeting so"that reprcsen- *  tat ive committees can-be struck and ���������  every man, woman and child enlisted -  iutothe service of   making   our  celebration of Empire Day this year  one *  worthy of our loyal and patriotic town '  a-nd* of" tbe   gracious   lady   in whose, .  honor llf d.iy U k-'pt,' ���������MN^iMUMtm   ....., ���������       >       . - -i'i    ������ ai.} *.u.  Joratui     i*i������s;j     aiiu     i_ah'lK  Pass  __ist:*ici.*i  A.  JUiiXSy-N'    ���������   ���������    PUOPKIjETOU  A   >tr:iil--Vv'-cC-kly   Juiirnal,   puUiistu-J  : -     .uit.-ii.si.*>   of     iicvulsioke   _ and  *.":_������ 'Urrounuiiia illoincij, W edinis-  iiavj aad Sam:nays, uitiMiig uiu_u_.i  .jiir.cciiuu-'i   wlm   ad   trains.  Auv.riisiiil/ Bums: Diaplay ads,  ?*.,f.j ;,���������.!��������� men. siissl*. column, it W ix-i*  iiici.- *���������*���������!.*-!' inserLc*.! on lllle l'H=e.  ���������_,...-.; i.j-a. 1*.*_ i'i-l* men iiiuiipa.*.-.*!.  :'-.r :i:*o*. lusJi'lioii; ic fur eacl  _, -.-jiiionai inscrliun. ilea.iir.i: notices,  s-.o j..*ji* nn*-- eiicii iM>ui-. jjiith, -Mar  .-.___..-:  a:.i:   Dim Hi  nonces,  tree.  i.Ji;������i:ripiio:i Bates: l*y mall or  ���������AiTier, it 1.1.-r annmn; ?l--a t"r six  n.o.ur.s. strictly  In advance.  our J..b Deparur.i.ni. 1*1113 HKUAI.P  Jul* _j*.-|>ariiiieiii is one ol' tbe I"-'"  r.iuipueU pnuiiug ollices in West  r.uvaei.a-., ������..u i**> prelMred tu *xecu.e  i.i hinds of uriiiu.-is In llrst_ class  ..-. ... nuue-xi prices. One price to  ii. No Job too !������.[���������__;���������*_���������none loo small  t-.r ur Ma.I oriiers pruinpily :u-  -.. nded 10. Uiva us n trial on your  ,-Al   older.  To correspondents: We invito cor-  f auuii-Jeiice on any subject of Inter-  --t to me K-jncral public, ind Uu3lre  t relir.l'ie corresjioiuleni in every local v M.ruuntl:iu; Itcvelstokc. ln a.l  r.i-e.s ti.e bona llilu name of uie  wnier musi accompany manuscript,  l>._l nul nece.-sarily for piibllc'.illon.  Address  all  coinrnunlcallons  BEVKI-STOKK    ilKKAIJ?   o   Notice  to Correspondents  !.   All correspondence  must   be  il.iy written  on one side cf ihe p;  oi.i'y.  t.   correspondence   conlnlnln;;  _(..-.al  inaiifr must be slyn'-'d  wltl  .M.j.'er name of the   ivriur.  .:. correspondeiice with i*?far  ic, nr.yt.iifi.*,- that lias app'-ai*;:*.! in  ��������� tiifti* paper iiiiisi ilrst 0.: ii:i'**i*i-.i  ynblica'.ion to .hat pnp-r Hi'm ���������_���������  -.[-.n  appear  in  THIS  J J. I*J K aI. O  leg-  :i per  pcr-  i thc-  iiici-  ���������infer  It  THE TARIFF AKD 711=1 FARMER  Daring the debate on the budget"  _���������*.__*. Moore. M.P. for Stanstead. gave  scrne interesting figures snowing  liov." the Canadian farmer lias been  btaeSutd by the tariff for revenue as  distinguished from ihe o:d protective  tariff. Mr. Moore showed that not  oi.ly fcas there been no reduction in  tha price cf articles which the fanner has to buy but there lias been an  increase of from eight to one hundred  PC:* cent. Barbed wire, binder twine,  ar.d turpentine have increased in  p:ice cue hundred per cent; scythes,  a;;d n.-iils, seventy-five per cent;  stoves.fuiy per cent; paints thirty  "io fiKy >per cent; crockery aud furniture ihi.ty lo forty per cent; cottons, flaneleUcs,, hoisery and linens  twenty per cent; pitch forks, hoes  and garden rakes twenty per cent;  buggies, plows, harrows aud horse  rakes twenty per cent; mo v.* ins Machines tivUve per cent and farm  v.'agoas  tea   psr  cent.  The same speaker gave some ac-  i.ouiii t* lhe .oi; ty ran ���������_.;.". The inin-  iste:s uu-.v in oiiics gave solemn  p'-uSeK io i oi-ve llie ps-cple of vue  oil   monopoly.      Instead    they    bave  j.I&o-h". -il:������ c-n.v..l..y vmtJei- li.o control o; Uie standard Oil monopoly oi  liie United Siatt-3,, v>*iii'cU formerly  had to coapeie v/itli the Cinadlau  product, bin has nor.' bought pus. th'-'  Canadian iisdustiy. The result is  that the price has boon pushed up  from three to sis cents per gallon,  and oil is rcov.- sold in Canada at  more than double the United .States  retail prices. The profits ct this  concern are simply fabulous. Willi  ,*_ nominal capital of one million dollars, lepi'Eseniiag an investment oi  probably ons-fi:t!i of that sum, it i*>  admitted that dividends of one hundred and seventy millions were paid  in sis years bsfore 1899, and there is  very -little doubt that tbe profits ol  last years were seventy or eighty  millions, or two or three hundred  per cent on the actual investment.  This profit is made on United States  prices, and Mr. iioore computes thai  Canadians will pay ihip year two  million four hundred thousand dollars. K.ie for their oil than it wouia  later of   mllltla, the    minister of .ik- ;  i-.cii liirfc, lhe geological survey, the  i..*;j..r* of i.'ie Interior cli.pni'lii.erit, u* ��������� ���������  ii..,in..Ml no.ice report, uii*.: Jn:*u> ... ���������  i'ep...i*i Of llu depar_tnent oi ,*u:.i:u  woi..i. lur. Wilson, of Lennox, i.i cau ,  ing atiemioii to this iie.uy on Tuca-  day, iiKltud how members couid discuss lhe conduct of "lliise dopart-  . uienls, or vole supplies for litem Intelligently without a report loss than  two years old.  CANADA AT  PARi'i I  It in   announced    thnt the Dominion ;  will  have  to pay  .100,000 to $125,000 for  spaeo in iho buildings used In the- ex- '  hlbiiion at Paris.  Bui iir. Tarte says  thai the rooms and bulldlnifs are pool |  affairs,   not   much   bitter   than   sonu ���������  Canadian  barns.    The latest discover..  Is that no provision has been made for  liie cold storage accommodation which '  was one of lhe   main features   of the  Canadian    exhibit.       prof.    Robertson  has liasier.ed lo see what can be done,  Uioiiuh   Uie     Dominion     bus   a   small  army   of  oliicial:..   without  him;       iir.  McLaren,  il.   ]'.,   who  pc-rhaps  knows  more about the butler and cheese busl- >  ncss   than   any   other  Canadian,   says *  that the great trouble wilh tho Canadian arranKoniuiits is that the govern--  ment  lias  nut sent enough exports  lo  I'uris.    but    has    employed  loo  many  parly liuol-is.  THE PRETTY BONNET,  IT WAS MADE  BY A WESTERN   i31Rl  ON  ENTIRELY ORIGINAL LINES.  NOUTir west DJ3VEi_or: ���������",;���������:-.*  cost a; the United Slates rate p_  gallon. From this we ir.ay judge oi  the t-itent that the- farmers ar.d othei  working people of Cacr.da aie cou-  tri"outi:>3 to make the HocUfellorb  richer. Yet it is painted out thai  If a poor gir! from a Canadian, house  ioid cresses lhe lioruer io get v.-oi:-.  in a hctei o:* ?. faciary she is arresi-  ed and Sent ,hom-? as if she hau  committed a cumj. .'.'j'*. one of ttie  Canao'ian politicians who iormei.>  denounced thc- i.i3d(.bi Cuijii'.iau on  produce!* as a tyrant and a:: oppressor has a v. oid to suy aganist tht  foreign u_br.opoiy v.*ak*li is tar:.us  ihous-cds cue of the ccnuary v.'iit.i.  ihe Ca-ad.'aas too"-, nui.u-.tiis to oils  la.u a horn*-' industi}*.  T::������ OTiAVVA atiSlU.*'  V.'l.en a British Sovereign aslicd ho-  Priiric-  il.nisier:      "What    has  paaaeii  in    par!ia.'n*-.nt'.'"  **M..y     :���������*.    pi.asi  iv;__u."       1:    ...  ;    .   f.fJ   I'       . al' i  the answer was.  your M*i^'*:iy���������--.::���������-  people    ol    Ca :i.v-a  ....;    n-a    pd-s-j   i.  n.:..- .:.e o...^  a..J'.'.e  11       \, e^-r-.*-.'"        i>e_,*%>i.'-  ���������j: .__:   .bs.s.*Aii*j!i,   *..*::-0.1     cues *  loi-  "\.*_.r_; rap.u y e..o-s!i ln ilia shore t.m ���������  set a.^r*. tor it, practically noihlns  has birft.i atcvmi*i.s....-i'i. 'liie Oj'po-  siiion fcas not o*~>sir.icted. Only two  or inr-:c- Constrvauves spoice on Iii  address, and the ministers taunted t:.:.  oppos.tiori-with the failure to rr.ak.* a  siror.*? nsjlii ������t that sias*.*. i'w.  *mo_io:-.s to go in;o supply wore met  by aineniimenis. but in c-a*-h case- th*.  moticn came from the government side  and in one case at least with govc-ra-  merit support. The budget debate ha.  been Jons and still socs on, but the  govermntnt side has furnished a fuh  share of lhe U.ni; .������pfechc*F. Thougi.  the house mel o:i the iirsi day *..f J*'--b-  ruary, a score of iit-i.arlir.ental repnrt:-  for the yc-?.r ending June 30. 1S3D, or  nearly 10 months a_jo, have not be:n  brought down. Amcns those which  have r.oz appeared aro some of the  most imporJaiii. i-Jeh as the r. ports  of the postma-ster general, the minister of railways and canals,  the mln-  TI1E ta&ti FROM  BUFFALO  If llie minister of public works has  1 .leased the French press, he has given  ureal er pleasure lo a friend in New  York stale. A cool million nnd a  half is lhe nel price wliich Mr. Connors of Uuflalo has made by selling :i  franchise obtained a few months ugo  from Mr. Tarte. Two years ago Mr.  Tarie was using his position lo forcu  a poilcy of his own and his Montreal  friends upon the Montreal harbor  board, and he then declared that ho  would never allow private enlerpriso  (o obtain control of the grain elevator  business in the city of Montreul. The  minister headed off all local men why  desired to handle grain. Jn parliament he laid down a policy excluding  private control. Jjul one day he astonished the transportation Interest*  by announcing a sudden change of attitude. A gentleman of Buiialo, named  Connors, who had great wealth anil a  rare gift for dealing with public men,  appeared on the scene. He took in  iiij smaller partners, an eminent member of the Ontario government, and  oilier men of influence. Then he went  to Mr. Tarie, and tho ministers calmly handed over lo him all liie exclusive privileges he wanted in Montreal,  and gave him concessions for the construction of an elevator ai tho terminus  of the  Welland  canal.  Hence forward It was plain sailing  for Mr. Connors. He prepared his  prcspct-tus and showed thai tlie eleva-  *ei'3 wilh their franchises would pay  large dividends on four millions. Out  of lhe capital of the proposed company ill*. Connors is to get no less  than $1,500,000 for tho concessions  and franchises, which he obtained  il.rough Mr. Tarlo without paying a  c-.nl, unless he has secretly divided  the profUs. It is a growing time for  .Mr. Connors, all of whose gain is  ���������:ikon from the Canadian peop.e.   o   Sill**. E,---l������'4 *tt:;> ily   f!-.,-i-������-a.  "K*Tp y.iur vi:.-ii.,.v uliovr ll:;> nepativfi  >:i!!',ii<n r.iiil .viei iv ill never know uis-  ::���������������������������: of any kiml." \vii:e.������ L_. 1>. Wurman  n The l^itilie.-' lli'i.ie .liiiii'iuil. "Nu dis-  : ;��������� can oiisl w!:.*-re there is no alnin-  :rr,:*i. of |iiu*|. I.i.->.*������1. To set the unci's**  ���������:!!.i anuuinl. eui iiutri:inns food: to cir-  eiil:i:e ;l ,*'i.|*fO'*tl.v. itiki' proper exercise;  i'. purify it. net 1'iv.sli air iiml simlifrlit-  If ii perfect ly lit-alliiy coiitlilinn of :bn  ���������<!.ln exists and an even temperature of  llu- sulfate of the body is raniutaini'd.-  il i.i iiupiissil.le lo cinch cold. Cold water Imtlis tnkeii every dny will do iiuicl.  l.iu'anl prodiic-in*; tin- former: proper food  iiml exercj������' tlie hitter. Nature circs you  nn iilnrni i.i llie lir,s! cliiily reeling, rteed  it ai i.nee or pay tlie [>i-:i:iilj*. Take n  brisk wnlk or run. breathe deeply end  . i-ep llie mouth clnsed. If you aro so sit-  iisited that you can do neither, as in a  Lurch, lecture room, street or steam  .���������ar. breathe deeply, rapidly ami noiselessly until you are satisfied thai your body  has pr.������::cd from a ::e;.'aii*,e to a positivo  -���������otiiiiiio::."  Don't Iloclt th* Balij*.  Sirnnj*;!' us ii may seem, tbe time bon*  ..red cusloui of rockim; babies to sleep is  a l.ad one. It is injurious to the children  themselves and is a cause, eventually, of  ____it!ich^-uaiieci'ssaryj.troi:li!e-to-������heir���������foliar���������  ��������� iiiins. Mothers sbotiid therefore see to  it *!:**.t frn.n tbe very lirst the little ones  are brunch: \\fi in :be' way thoy Rbould  co nnd that the momlily nurse does not  ���������.:ei iliein inlo bad habits by rocking them  ro sleep either in her linns or in tbeir  cots. There is no doub: that rockinj ia  th" iiiu-st expeditious way of inducin*; a  li.iliy Jo *;������ to sleep, but if one once starts  a baby trill not sleep without it and at a  later a/e is libely to _i::Tc:* from in-  siiumi.-i. Rocking may save iatmedinco  iioubie m a h.:*:y nurse m* motbor by in-  iliiciu*.' rltcp when n child docs not re-"  'luire it or when it oa���������ht to be taken up  from it*-* cot and Lave clenn clotlu's put  on. but -it will never cause that sweet,  irontle ai;.! ifrfeet sleep which should be  ch.uaeifiisiie of .i baby ivho has no ar-  ti.icial aids to induce slumber.���������-Home  N'otca.    Altrnctlvo nrrmn.  We .".II knuw how smne women after n  year or two of married life get careless  li'j.iut   their dress,  say.-i  a  lady  novelist.  i il.-v- ki-e.n lo think tiint their fortune  is i.:.;i.e and it isn't necessary to arrange  ihe hair fccei)tiii.*i*;iy and put on pretty  ���������,-nwns just for their husbands. -This is  all wivn--. and it is an error tii.it arises  fi'U.i l.'i;:i:i(>Fs. Men like to sec their  ���������.v;*.*e:i look pretty just ns much ns they  did    when    tbey    were   lint   sweethearts.  i.;k.. n u'i;::i.in'.- ai'"i<*e. and if ron cari  ' ������������������!��������� but ntir :i;r: a.'!:*.(��������� ������roii*ii let that be  ,,j. line lo ivi-ui- i; .1 t.jr::. Knil'-avor t������  '..ive duiiiiily j,utilised hair and .1 ileal  nml .-i::ii>!i- co.iti.nie f.ir I.ieakfa.'-t. flave  wi'il Ihiin*. bouts or slippers, as lhe case  may In*, nml. in fart, study to nuikp your-  "iii" j ,M us wiiisi'ine ufier tbe fisb ia  liiinlvd ns when you weie not so sure of  iiiui  tt V.'m tha *CoTellost Thins Mlu Mnnlmt  tan Ever Saw, and Sl.u Wanted One Just  LIUo It���������Then tho Girl From tha Weil  I_at Bar Into nXltllo Boorvt.  "I never saw nnyliilnj? so protty ln ah  my lil'o," suid Mli.s Manhattau, with a  foplurous Rlgh of admiration.  "Do you really think it's pretty?" asked  tho western girl, also with n sl(jh, but  berii was n sigh of hnppy contoutment,  "Woll, I think it's pretty myself, aud It it  quito difforont from anything that tha  fr_li������r girl* nro wearing.  "i'liu know liow pretty and Ktyllsh  Aunt JLiu is and how original I That is ull  French, cho Bays. Oh, no, not copied  Frcueli Flylea, 1 don't mean that, but her  original ideas o'l dicsslng. Aunt Ln lina  been abroad so much, and sho says it always mnkes lior cross to como home and  boo how tho Americnn women aro dressing. You Ecu ono pretty stylo, nnd then  every woman In town or out of town haa  something built on jiitit llio samo lines.  Women follow each other just as If thoy  woro a Dock of goe.������o.  "It la that thnt annoys Aunt La flo  much. Sho siiys thnt .Frenchwomen nra  original. If two or threo women are wear-  Inp ono stylo of skirt, that is just thu reason why you won't, Und nil tho other women woiulng it. That Is why nIio 'ahvny������  ban such pretty ideas about her own dross,  though I think itho would always have  worn protty jjowjis anyway. Uut sho lini  Influenced me, and I try now to havo everything very original ns well as pretty.  And so you llko my bonnet?"  "Indeed I do," Rild Miss Manhattan  anthusiiistlonlly. "Vou must hnvo very  olover milliners ln the west I havo ncvoi  seen anything llko it here. I havo ncvei  even seen that kind of straw.,v  "Oh, dear! oh, dear!" The wcslorn  arh'l laughed a clear, full, western lnui;h.  "Yes, my dear, I would bu willing ta  wnyer n ho.T of chocolates that you have  seen this kind of straw a great many  times nnd Iiovo known It, iii fact, cvei  - since you wore a baby "  "'Well, you'd Icfc them, I kucss," said  Miss Manhattan, "for until I had an allowance, n year aim, I didn't know ono  Btraw from another, and I hardly ever  went into a milliner's simp oxeept with  Rinninin, and then sho did most of tho selecting..  "Well, I am a3 sure ns possible that you  havo seen this. You couldn't hnvo studied  tlio history of tbo United States without  thinking about it. Now I'll tell you a  secret. Thin bonnet has novel* been touch-'  ed by n milliner, nnd Iho straw never saw  tlio inside of *i milliner's chop, and it did  not cost 1 cent."  "Ynu'ro just giving mo "conundrums,  vid T. liato 'c:n," said Miss Manhattan.  "Oh, dear, It decs mafco ma lau;jh sol"  fald t!:e western girl, showing all he?  dimples, "lint it. is nil becauso 1 am fo  pleased, for 1 mado t!;is bonnet myself,  and liie straw came from n f:roocry.  "You needn't open your eyes, for It did  roaily. It's funny you don't recognize it  now, because It is that stuff that comes  around lea r-hests. Jest fancy our great-  grandmothers or your great-grandmother  or tbo Boston girl's Great-grandmother allowing such a loG of delightful Bluff to bo  thrown In to Boston harbor. It was o  most wiched waste of good material. It  hi:-s made n,o cross tothiiikof it eversino-a  1 havo had this houni'.t.  "You sen. ail tho girls had sunbonnctc  of lawn and mull and other pretty tilings  for bleyellni; and tin; like, and it seemed  r.s if  thoy had  them "mado  in every con-  ccivablo style and  ovnry concelvablo  ma  i   terinl.    I   51111])!:.. rnoKcd  my brain to got  ���������   tioinething that wouid be original.    Then  |. one day 1   hail  gonu to Iciiva'au order (oi  I   man*.ma. and I ha] jxned lo soo Ibis straw  Btu'T   iirnaiul tho   te<i chest?.     Ipskeilthii  ?l*,o;:n:/;n   how   much  ho  would  ask   foi  so.nn of it.    We civ ays trade hi omi place.  Viell. ho wa3 very kind aad wiid  I wa?  welcome to all I wanted, andbe eont up a  proa: ; vce.  ' Vi'Len I came to sit down  ta work  on  It, I was  just wild, it. was  so lovely,    li  ' has no end of poprihililici, iind I mado two  cr throe or I lie sweotci;: little s'.inhor.i.ets.  (jno I  lined witii .������������������oine shirring, some old  soft silk, r.nt!   than 1 hrtvo  used soft mull  around tho edges and Mowers and ilbboua  ;   ���������some that have  l_cc:i on other huM and  |   some I bar I   had for favors.    That [3 not  mentleninrr  hat-*,  either.    It   makes  tbo  sweeter.*; littlo hats you ever sow.    There  Is not much of anything you can'tdo with  !i.  ''The bonnets nre rather quaint, I think.  Mainuin says they mnke her ihink of the  Shaker bonnets, only ttosu arc ii(;ly and  mine aro pretty. Tho only tiling I needed  to make me ptrfuctiy s:i::__ied was to have  you think them prottv. Aud you really  do?"  "I should say I did," answered Mi������������  Manhattan. "I just wish 1 h������<I ono my-  golf. Oh, dear, i-.i you suppose���������would  Vou mind���������I t*npja������ you wouid, and I  hate to ask"���������  "No. ledced, cf course I don't care,"  answered tho western c:!rl generously.  -"-YoTTCBTJ^'sVirag luany ������3 yon" like. I  shall feel aw.'uiiy Pialtere.L You can drop  a note to your procrr ]r. thc citv, and hn  will scud, you a lot of tho ?:rr.v>*. I avUI  jeive you one of mine if you like ns a sample. It is ever so pretty, aad it would be  .ove!y������on you. I haven't worn it. Yoo  see, it's red, and I like limt coior so much  that I try to v.enr it, hut It's nr, use. I  look like a fright iu It."���������New Yo**k  Times.  Viic .-"irHcrleaTi .���������j*"i.mnn*-'i -^oat,  Thc pr.*������er;t tendency lo out of rlonr -������x-  erciso in doir.jr much to d!<.<-ipnto tho notions m.'.'iird1113 abnor'uiiPj- !:::!,*:1I ftrt ,*u  objects of boaury whif-h luive b">*n pr-iva-  lent for many year.*. If flic feet are freely  used In walking, bicyrlinp, playing fcnnlj  snd similar divei'sicns, thjy v.-iJl Inevita-  61y tai:o en tlio j-litn .ind sr.re;:i:th fitting  them for tho work which thoyr.ro to do,  and it i." alrr idy admitted that tlio arc.'apt  American woman's foot is growing larger  from this causo. T-ct tbo tendency have a  warm welcome. Keep the feet neatly ond  becomingly clothed, however largo or  ���������small they may he, and nature will tole*  oars of tbo rest.���������lio.'.d _-"fnt:snl-n������-.r,in^  The Canadian Journal  of Ci-.i::**.:*:,-  has  the following article:  "While   attention    is    being    f'. *.* 1. _  given to the bringing of cettiei-. 11,1 ,"  far distant  lands  for  the  more  r.*i.*ii;  development  of the vast  North  V.'-..-  Territories,   it   is   plainly   to   be   :���������..-:, :  lhat no less exertions are being i*f,i  nearer  home.     A Toledo.  Oi.Ie, leti. r  states   that   four   well   known   Tolerl:;  men  ha.ve been selected  to go 10  Alberta,   Canuda.,  to select  territory  for  llie proposed settlement of western farmers.    The    movement is  reported  as'  an  assured   fact,  and  as  soon as   the  delegates  return  and  make  their  reports tho colonists will leave for their  far North Western homes.    In Toledo  and   vicinity,   132   heads     of    families  have signified  their intention of going  making    in all about   600 people,  who  will   emigrate    from     north    western  Ohio.      The   new   colony   will   consist  altogether  of about 2,500  or 3,000  poisons  from  eastern Indiana,    southern  Michigan,       western        Pennsylvania,  Kentucky, Tenessee, and from several  different  parts  of  Ohio.      Detroit   representatives   of   lhe   Canadian   government and  C.  P: R.  are  In  charge  of   tho   movement.   "- Associated   with  them  Is B.   I���������     craven,  of Columbus,  who   Is   also   a   representative   of   the  Dominion    government,    which,    after  all, Is said  to    be the   real Instigator  of   lhe   movement.      The   part   of Alberta chosen  by the delegates is Buffalo  Lake  district,  situated  about  400  miles north of the Montana state line  and   iiJ.out   100   miles   north   east   of  Calgary.    The colony will receive from  die government In all 115,200 acres of  :lne wheat and stock raising land.  "Should such movements be success-  t'ully carried out, a population double  ihe original number might be reckoned on, for fully as many more would  ba induced to follow through the request of those already on the ground.  ������'liis class of settlers would make  more rapid' progress than those whose  .anguage and laws are foreign and  whose pockets are unused to any-  tiling  negotiable."   . o   CANADA THE  BEST  Allan Hughes-Charles Saye He Likes  Jt Hotter hau any Other.  Calt Reporter: Mr. D. Huffhc-6-  Charles, of the Uauk of Commeroa,  today received a letter from his son,  Allan, who is a corporal in the Royal  Canadian Rifles, mounted, with tne  second Canadian contingent in South  Africa. We have been permitted to  make the following extract from the  .etter, which is dated Victoria West,  March  32, 1900:  "We have been ������ent up here to assist in putting down the Cape Dutch,  and leave today to engage with them.  There are reported lo be several thousand* of them, with seven Krupp guns  of tho latest pattern. Lord I-Citehen-  or came down lo t&ke charge last  night.  '���������The inoiie* I see of other countries  and peoples, the more I like Canada.  There is no comparison. It makes  mc nroud to bo a Canadian to hear  M10 reputation the Canadians have  ai-ned. It ia said of them by English  officers that their only fault is being  00 eager to .get Into the fight. They  ������������������ave the best name of any regiment at  the   front." ���������  -O-i-  HIS  WONDERFUL  PARENT  .apa went a-flsliinc  iv.Ln   Ins   pocKels   full   of  bait;  ~c  went all   by his lonesome,  '���������.nil-the luck" lie. had  was great.  ..e came home,. bringing .with him  A string of  fish  thai  Weighed  just twenty pounds, he told us,  And a. lovely meal they made.  .'apa  went  a-lishing  Upon   another  day,  Anri mama she went with him���������  He  couldn't   say .her nay.  They camo a trudgine homeward  All   tired-out  at  night.  And   mama   told   us   papa  Had  never had-'a bite.  ly  papa's  broken  records  of nearly every-kind,  "*.  creater man  than he is  Tt would be hard to find.  x"'i  alway.i  doing wonders,  Rut hnrii's what bothers me  "'"never peon's  to rto theni  When folks are there to see.  IJrr   Rule  V.'orkl-ll  Rolll   V/'nj-f.  This is said not to lie pi.i^iarisiii and i*  i-iid liy n woman who knew all about it  nnd ihe .voting woman who wrote it. It  wa*- a letter in answer to tbe .iiui'iiirice-  nient of the eii'-M'.-etneiit of n .voting mail  r.:ui sent fo the *.*i.*l to whom ho bad previously lieen en;ra*--*-"il. I*"'ir some n'.'is.'i*.  siie was not ^exaetl.v pleased at this attention on bis part, and this is ibe letter  sin.* .-.(jilt to hitn.    Il rend:  Uizr Hi:���������I liavc rrceivil the Ictlir cr,ri(s::iin*J  tho annoentT.-iicnt of your c-;:.l^'*"*.*.rnt to ili_s  h!__ii:. As I do not know hur 1 .jri*-n>t con-.m.j-  la:e yon, nnd as I do know you I cannot con-  ..rat;;.-lie tier.  After (hat slip signed  her name and,  with a fi-i'iin.   of greal pleasure of a cer- ;  tain hied, sent off (lie epistl".���������New York  Times.  ?������"o -if.-Mjlal r.lno.  Mrs. ileyiieli, tlio poet, (Inclines to drav.  5 mental line br.t-.vwri men and women  "It Im not so much a (jitc.stion of men r.r.d  womeri," she rr.ya, "on ui individual!-.  Jinny womcr, aiv -.vr,.'fii]5y I.u.ki];f{ in ob*  Virviition nnd decidedly dull i.i perception,  irliilo, on the other band, many men fall  miserably in reason*.n,-*; power, und many  women 0. ocl ln it." lira, iloynell i-i n  ������u fl'r.i gist.  It may not be generally known that tho  rind of pineapplo contains an noid lhat, Is  fipt to cruso a swollen mouth and sera  lips. Q'lio knlfo used for poalinp? a pino-  npplo should not l,e used for fiil^lng it.  Sho Cubuna uso Kr.il r.s an antidotofor tbe  III effocti; of,tho peel.  Anchovy sandwielies aro tb*������ easiest  thlnss poERlblo to prepare In tho chafing  ili.ih. Ilaron tcaspoonful of butter very  hot In tho cutlet pan. Santo stale thin  Uliciis of bread quickly on each side.  Spiwwl with anchovy pasto nnd serve.  To cook dried beef heat mil k'innd wat������������  (about, half of each) and thicken wilh ft  bwiten cgi?an:I a liitlnilnur. When boiJed,  add thc drieil l.eef, wliich should be sliced  as thin as [H_.-i-.n_lo. a_id iminediutoly 10-  tajrvs froui tiie lira  ORTHOEPY  Tbere was a young fellow*  In  Nice  W"o never could rhyme it with Greece  And   when   lie  had  thrice  Pronounced   the  town nice,  "hey simply  called  in  the  police.  V  ___jun_m__3B__  sie  Just arrived, a very  choice iissot'tineiit. of  Christie, Brown A (lo.'-s  Biscuit. Also a new jind  fresh consignment of  goods, wliH.h we are  selling a^. the following  prices :  1 Gal. Tin Bowlby's Preserved  Appks, 40c.  1 Gal, Tin Preserved Fruit, 50c.  6 Tins Canned Fruit, $1.  8    Tins    Canned   Tomatoes,  Corn, Peas, or Beans, $1.  FOR BREAKFAST we Have  Cream of Wheat,  Flaked Wheat,  Quaker Oats, etc.  Thc_  RcvcSstoke He  (SKMI-WEEKLY)  Is the leading newspaper or  the groat mining districts of  Wont Kootenay. It elves all  the latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  In authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unqacitlon*  able Information. It ecjoya  a large circulation and Is cofi-  ���������equently unequalled u s.n  advmUing medium In tb+  fltld ln which It Is publlnhad  Subscription $2.00 Per flooUm  11.28 For Six Months...  iStrictlif in Mum.  It takes a foremost place In  the race for prominence and  popularity with business  houses and as a consequence  does more business with  those requring printed stationery and ollice supplies than  any other printing   establish  ment In i3nstern Urltlsh Col  umbia. Tho class of worX  turned out has been pronounced equal to any thing of U>������  kind executed in the larg?  cities by much-larger print*  eries.  Job Printing Department  '5 Bay Stores,'  Calgary.  Is equipped with the latest  faces in type designs and all  work entrusted to The Herald  Is handled by exprienced  workmen who' thoroughly understand the proper use of the  material at their disposal.  The Herald does not claim to  bo the only printing house is  the district but it docs claim  to" be  50   YEARS  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights Ac  Thoroughly Up-To-Datu- In  Every.'PartlGiIlar  Anyone sending a sketch nnd dejcrlf Hon may  miloklr nscortAln our opinion fraa whether an  liiTontlon la probably patentable.  Communlm.  liiTontlon la probably pntrntablo.      tlonaatrtotlycfltiflilentlal. Handbook on Patents  aent free. Olilost oooncj* for necurln*. patent*.  Tatonts taken tlarnuith Slunn & Co. rccelrt,  special notice, without charge, In Ibe  Scientific American*  A hnnrtsomolr lllnetrated weekly., T.areeat clr>  tulatlon of any aclontiaa Journal." Torma. IS a  rear; fonrmontbs.fi. Sola by nil nowsdcnlern.  MUNW & Co.3018ro������d-'- New York  ���������nr-vnch Oflice. CT5 F Bt.. Waahlngtun. D. (_.  wmmM^m  II PROMPTLY SECURE^  ���������\Vrito for our intcrcalinR books " Inventor's Help" and "lion* you are swindled."  Send us a rough Bkotck or model of t-pur  invention or improvement nnd wo will tell  you froo our opinion ns to whether it is  probnbly i)atcntab)o, \Vc make a spocialty  of applications lxyectctl in other hands.  Highest rofore'n'ccs furnished;   '  MASIOK & HABION  PATBNT SOLICITOB8 * EXPEHTS  Civil & Mechanical Kncrlncen, Oroduatei of ths  l'oljtcchnlc Hcliool of EnglneMlng-, Bocholora In  App'tod Sclcncon, Laval University. Members  Patent Law Association Amoricnn IVati-r Works  Aenoclatlon, K-w Fnaland Water IVorki J.BWC.  T. Q. sutveyors AEEioclatlou, Amqc. Muptbvx Can.  Socioty of Civil Engineer;,  , omcrs* I N**l Yoak un vivo., mohtreai ckn,  \ B"'"0. \ AWANTla B. ILDINf!., WASHINQTON, D.0.  And ln a position to give as  good value for the money expended, either for advertising  space in its publication or  for job . printing, as can be  given by any other house of  the kind ln British Columbia  Write for estimates and sam  ples of printing.* All worK  turned out promptly and satisfactorily. Ono price to all.  No job can be too large or  too small for The Herald's  consideration. . Special attention given   to'orders* b}* mail.  A. JOHNSON, -Proprietor,  'PUBLICATION DAVS: Tucsda>s aad Fridays  LIMI-USD  CAPITAL  $ 1,000,000   IN   ONE DOLLAR SHARES.    $400,000 IN THE TREASURY  FIRST BLOCK  OF TREASURY SHARES   NOW ON. THE MARKET  FOR AILIMITED TIME  AT   10  CENTS.  DIRECTORS  John   J.   Young-  Managing     Director     of   Tlie    Calgary    Herald.  o  W. B. Pool,  President Great  Western Mines,  Limited,  Ferguson and  Revelstoke.  War. P. Cochrane,  \b'iingoi'   7"he   Cochrane   Itancti,   Limited,  Macleod  J.  D.   GiuiiAir,  Gold  Commissioner,  Atlin,  B. C.  F.   W.   Godsal,  Kancher,    Pincher   Creek  Geo.   S.   McCai-iter,   Solicitor,   Revelstoke.  W. M. Brown, Proprietor   St    Leon   Hot   Springs,   Revel.toke.  c  Tin-   Doul)!*1   Eiigle   Company   lias   been    formed    for  the  purposp. not  only  of m ning its present properties  ���������-���������   nf acjiiiring   fuomisiiig claim.-   and devel'-pi-.g   them   to   an   extent  that  will  justify   their  sale  to   English  and  -iii'j- c.iiiifj'i.ili'.s  at ,'_. profit.    The.  company  already   owns and    has  paid   for. in   full,    the   Trilby   and   Old   Saul  'i')>citics  in   th������f   famous   Fish   Jiivei   district,  and    a   three-quarters    interest-in   the  May    Bee    mine,    in   the  ��������� in!can    (ii.-.trict    one  and  a  half  miles  fr ir.   Ferguson   Sufficient promoter's  shares  have   been  set aside  for--the  iwri'hapo   i>f the. remaining  qiiartrr.  The  May   Bee  i.s  tlie  sister  claim   to  the    now   famous   Nettie   L.   wliich   has  broken  all  records  in   Britis-h  niiimbiii    for   large   bodies    of  iilienotncnally   rich   on*.    The  May   Bee   and   Nettie   L   were    located,   together iu  02   by   .Mr.   W.   P>.   Pool   (who luis been appointed manager of the Double Fagle Co.)    Both claims carry identically  in-   same   lich ore  on   the  surface and   the    same    remarkable   ledge     runs    through    both,  carrying high  vaues  ii   gold,   copper,   silver   and    lead.      The   promoters  have  already  spent $4,000   in  developing the  May Bee,  with  .--.collent results, and in order  to   place  the  mine quickly  r n   a  shipping   basis the   company   now   offers   the  publi.;  i,r   opportunity  of  investing  to    a   limited   extent in    ful'y    paid    and    non-assessable  treasury   shares  (piir value  ���������.!)   at   10 cents each.  Shares will be sold in blocks of *00 and upwards.  .'In- 'company   reserves  tlie right  to   withdraw the sale  of shares from  the market   at   any  time    without   notice  applications   mav   bo   sent  to the   Seeretarv,  "������....,������.,,''__������.        ' A. H. HOLDICH. REVELSTOKE,  Or to JKO. J.   .OUHG HEKALO BLOCK. CAteAfiV. ' '  ���������fi-i,  ���������X\M  ft  V  >J������>  +J4 ) 'I  siv_  !%\  i> 4  frt?  >.**"���������  ft  IV-  '���������Fi  ���������^  I  War News  :������_.<. or., April 26,-It is ofTicially announced that Wepener has been re-  aPVPd. The war office has issued the  following from Lord Roberts, dated  xJloemtonteln. April 25, 3:25 p.m.:  -The enemy retired from in front of  Wepener last night and this morning  north eastwards alone the Ladybrand  road.      Their  number    was    between  four and five thousand.  The following despatch has been ie-  ceived  from   Cape Town,  dated  April  ���������The  relief  of   Colonel   Dalgety  I  *:f  m  STRATHCONA'S  HOUSE  Ottawa, April 27.-A cable from Col.  Steele was received this morning bj������  tho militia department, announcing the  death bv bluod poisoning of Hammill,  of Strathcona's Horse. He died aU  ���������"OtAie   Town.   0   GOOD NEWS FROM MAFEKING  London,'  April   27.���������The   war  28:  accomplished  by    General    Bra  bant,  The Times has the following special  from Its correspondent, dated Mate-  tent,*'Basutoland, April 25: "I rode  from Jammersburg here skirting Wep-  aiul I met General Brabant's  miles    south  of  JC-  cner,  advancs guard four  Wepener. They reported their su  cesstul"fightlng on Saturday, Sunday  and Tuesday with 22 casualties. The  siege was raised but five thousand o������  the enemy retired along the Ladybrand road within our sight and un-  pursued. Colonel Dalgety's casualties are 33 killed and 132 wounded."  The war. office has issued Lord  Roberts list of the casualties prior to  Prothero,  Kareefontein  who  has  i,UU*.i *.w      ...    .  the occupation, of Dewet's Dorp, showing that Captain Denny of the 13th  Hussars,was killed, and that a captain; two lieutenants and 22 men were  wounded.:: Captain ~ " --- ��������� *���������.���������-���������  was wounded . at  since died.  London,. April 26.���������Lord Roberts has  telegraphed the war office -as follows*.  "Dewet's    Dorp      was     occupied    by  ; Chermslde ..without  opposition   at ,0:30  o'clock  this morning."  A despatch to the Times���������..���������from".Da-  wet's Dorp, dated Wednesday, says  that1. General*'Rundle arrived there thai  morning.  London.  April  26.���������An    official    despatch from:Mafeking reports  all well  the.; interest  office  issued the following despatch from  Lord Roberts: "Bloemfontein, April  25.���������Good news from Baden-Powell  up to April 1. McLaren is much better.   All the wounded are doing well.  The Boers captured several.'.native  women who were trying to escape  from Mafeking, but they were turned  back afterbeing stripped and sjamboked."  The "sjambok'1 is a whip made of  rhinoceros hide or other leather, carried by the Boers.  FRENCH   AT   DEWETSDORP  Dowetsdorp, -April 25.���������General  French entered this town today! with  two cavalry brigades. He left camp  at daybreak and found the |Boors  holding;him. These were shelled and  the Boer retreated. The cavalry  pushed around tho position ot the  Boers above the town where they  arc holding General Rundle in. It is  reported that G000 Boars passed  through the town cast to avoid General French's attack in'tho rear.  LOYAL  FAREWELL  Dublin, April , 2C-��������� Queen "Victoria  and Princesses Christian and Henry oD  Bjttonberg leCt thc Vice-Regal Judge  and drove to King's Bridge  way  to England  at noon  .*...-.   v. -  station on their way to England. A  large crowd at every point of vantage save Her Majesty a loyal farewell:  BISHOP PINKHAM'S MISSION  The following letter which will be  road with interest by members of tha  Church of England appears in the  London, (England) Times of March  24 th:  To the Editor of The Times:  Sir: Having come to England ty  the unanimous wish of the Synod i.f  the province of Ruptrt's L__:id to  press on all, who feel an interest ln  the establishment and progress or the |  church in the North West of Canada  the urgency of the completion of the  Calgary Bishopric Endowment fund,  and having now practically secured  upwards of ������10,000 of the , ������12,000  fixed upon as the minimum amount  cf that fund, I am axious to Invite  the kind help of your readers for the  speedy accomplishment of my.missson.  The area of the diocese of Calgary,  which was formed in 1SSS, is about  100,000 square miles,; and its population is increasing at a. rapid rate. ���������  There are 24 clergy in this diocese,  si xof horn are entirely supported by  the free will offerings ot their congregations; and there is an urgent  need for at least six more, but there  are  no  funds  for  their support.  Mission work and the work of  Christian education among the Indians  in the diocese Is nt a most interesting  and   progressive  stage.  I haov been nearly 32 years in the  province of Rupert's Land, and it is  mportant that Ishould return to .'.my  duties, with my mission fully accomplished, by the end of May at the very  latest, in order that my summer's  work in my two dioceses, which have  an area more than five times greater  than the area of England and Wales,  may not be neglected, arid that I may  be able to wind up my work In Saskatchewan (the diocese I hope to resign) and have It ready for my successor.   o   The   significance!    ot   lif_������   is   doing  something.���������Carlyle.  The     promised    land    is   the   .land  BEAR FIGM ITALY.  New   Sport  Introduced by the  Prince of Molfetta.  DELIGHT FOB  KING AM)  COCRT.  OF CANADA  Hctwl Oflice, Toronlo.  Capital  Authorized,    -    $2,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up,  Rest,  $2,391,863.00  51,554,710.00 1*'  iimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmwmmmmtfgj  &  THE MOLSONS BANK  INCOUPORATKD BY ACT OF' P\KI,I \MBNT.  1335.  ��������� -  ���������    ���������   - ��������� ��������� ��������� -  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  Free  horsemen  Pole-Carew  a broken  lor  a  reai  North,  on   April   10.  London, April 27.���������All  In the South African war is now centered on the running light;in progress  between the burghers retreating from  the southern portion of the Orange  State and General French's  and the infantry of Generals  Chermside and Rundle.  The Boers clung to their position as  long as it was sate to do so and they  have now slipped, oft to hold the next  commanding! ridge through - *������������������'- ���������**  country admirably suited  guard defence.  Despatches from Aliwal  under date ot Wednesday, April 25,  say the Boers left Wepener so hurriedly that many of tho dead wera left  in tho trenches unburied. ' Commandant S. Cronje is reported to have  been killed. According to advice*.)  from Bloemfontein. the attempt of th-_i.  Boers at Brandfort to get in .touch  with the command at Thaba Nehu  was frustrated by a force dispatched  by General Tucker from  Glen.- _  A despatch from Pretoria reports  the arilval there* of Lord Kosslyn as*,  an  umvounded prisoner.  A despatch from Dewet's  dated yesterday, says: "Owing  the approach of General French and  General Bundle's "persistent shelling  the. Boers relinquished "their "positions,  last night,- retiring with, their guns  in a northwesterly direction. Generals  French and Rundle joined hands east  of Dewet's Dorp this morning. General  Rundle is pursuing the Boers in^ forced  DOMINION   PARLIAMENT  Ottawa.   April   26.-The  limiso   has  adjourned until Tuesday owing to the  conflagration   upsetting   business     in  Ottawa and the less o������ electric lights  by   the   destruction     of     the  Dr.  Borden  gave    orders    to  call  the militia to render  assistance.  The  M. "& N. XV. lailway bill  was  defeated  in  committee, by  29  for  to  66 against,   o-   caused  plant.  BOERS RETIRED  Boers    have  Dorp,  to  war    office  .marches.  London,   "April 27.���������The  publishes the following despatch from  Lord    Roberts,    dated    Bloemfontein,  April 26:      "General "Hamilton yesterday   drove   the   enemy   off   a   strong  position  at   Israel's  Poort  by  a  well  contrived    turning    movement    which  waa   admirably   carried   out   by   General Ridley, commander of the second  r.ibunted infantry brigade and General  l^niith-Dorrien    commanding    the  ISth  brigade.     These troops are today ad-  ���������\ancing   towards  Thaba  Nehu.      Our  losses   are slight,  only   one    yet   reported,   Major  Marshall,   of. the   Grail*.arristowri! Mounted rifles.'.'    '  The Bloemfontein correspondent of  the Standard telegraphing on Thursday says: "General Hamilton -witn  the mounted infantry, naval guns and  =-^-a^howltzer__battery     "rtvanced    from  tiia  waterworks  in  the  Thaba  Nebu.      A  larg.  fantry" supported him.  " i.o   opposition   and   the  advanced  "' "direction���������-o������  force   of   in-.  to fight or to surrender has been disappointing.     An attempt was made to  pursue  the  commandos  retiring* Irom  Wepener,       Everything    now depends  upun the progress of General French's  cavalry brigades, but thoy are entering  a  very difllcult    and    practically  unknown country.   The cavalry have already had   a long  march  over  heavy  and ' sandy - roads,    and    nothing.   is>  known regarding the condition of-the  horses.- In any case it is now a race  between* tho Federals and the forces of  General French and General-Hamilton.  The   slowness-   of   the   i*ecent    movements of the   British ln    the country  and   the   previous   experience   ot " the  Boers to move  rapidly with guns and  baggage over their own country, lead  to  a belief that Lord Roberts'  enveloping- operations   will  have to  be  repeated  further   north.      At  the   most  he   may   perhaps   capture   some   Boer  guns and baggage  and hurry tho retreating burghers.      Considerable    results have been attained in the .relief  of Wepener, and.    in the    clearing of  the south eastern interior, of the. Free  State of Boers,  but    the    Boer "army  with its strength is to be dealt with.  The   Boer    bombardment    of   Colonel  Dalgety's position wrought great havoc  among    the cattle    and horses.     The  garrison could have held  out  for an-,  other fortnight,  but it  is in  no condition in rendering much assistance in  pursuing the Boors.  There is little "news'from other ciuar-  -ters.������������������The-inhabitants . of Mafeking  are now on'a~daily,:ration.of two pints  where  one  is;' not.���������Amlel.  Revenge of a wrong only makes another  wrong.���������Sprugeon.  Sleep is to a man what winding up  is to a clock.-���������Schopenhauer.  The  small    courtesies  sweeten   life;  the greater.'! ennoble it.���������f-Boyce.  The Vera Cruz and    Pacific railway  has si-nt Its representative to Italy to  obtain -laborers to push  the construction   of -the   road.  Lives of great men all remind us  We  can  make our lives  sublime,  Just by doing as  they all do;  Advertising all the time.  She:      "Why. do   they call love  the  'tender passion,' do.you suppose?   He:  "I'm   sure    I  don't    know;     it's. the  toughest thing that ever happened to  me."  Mrs. Gabber: "This paper tells of  a Chicago man who has not spoken  to his wife in 15 years." Mr. Gabber:  "Give him time. He may yet manage to get a word in edgeways before  he, dies."  Madam:       "Bridget,   "didn't   I    see  that' policeman   kissing    you    at  the  , door,   last   night?" -    Bridget:   "Shure,  j you  might.   Ma'am;   I  couldn't  think  ' of resistin' an offiC'  of his,duty, .Ma'am  Pig's ;inilk is under discussion" ia  the French chamber of deputies, a.  petition. - having been, sent in. asking that its use may" be permitted  as nourishment for babies. Some doctors favor it.  Fresh Ontlet For the Natural Sav-  ���������ser-jr of Man���������Dangen l.'alrly Dl-  -rlde-d Between the Human anil Animal Conteatanta.  Bear fighting bus become the new national   sport  of   Italy,   according   to   a  correspondent of the I'Uiladolphia Times.  The origin was accidental. ��������� ��������� Su'uic. time  ago the young Priuce of Molfetta bought  a baby bear from a Karpnthiuu Imnier.  If he had been a peasant iusleiul of a  prince,   it   is   probable   lie   would   have  trained his savage  pet to dance to the  music of a hordy. g'urdy.    In that case  it is pot improbable Unit llie bmr aiiii his  muster would be in the streets of Philadelphia'lit this very moment, tempting  pennies from'.euuiH boys iu knickerbockers aud little girls in piutifores.   But, being a prince, and a prince of muscular  attributes, with n princely ambition tor  their display under more congenial conditions, Molfetta taught his young bear  to  light mimic battle* with  his young  master.  The bear was trained to stand on hii  hind legs nnd flight according to the btrict  rules of the prize ring. It was a serious  business, the education of this young  bear���������serious for the bear anil serious for  the athlete. Many were the scratches  bis bcarahip *. inflicted upon the princeling before the former learned to recognize the-noble rules formulated'* by a  Marquis of Queensberry. In time, however, the bear and the man were realty  ... tor public exhibitions ot their prowess,  but even now it fe necessary to place a  man with a lasso-in one corner of tbe  arena to draw ��������� off the* educated be<ir if  in oiio of his, momentary lapses Into  the savage state there is danger that ho  will substitute a/blow or the death dealing claw of the man killer for the muscular hug of the wrestler.  While boar fighting, as it Is now practiced in modern Italy, is not a mere exhibition ot the one sided cruelty of bear  baiting}, that delighted Englishmen in the  gloriotvs days of the great Queen Bess, it  is lacking in the thrilling interest of tlio  gUdinttorinl contests with wild beasts that  were so highly appreciated in ancient  Home. In the Italian bear fight the interest centers in tlie momentary danger  to the man. In the Roman arena the  man was a slave, and the interest, was  concentrated in the delight of- seeing him  DIRECTORS:  H.  S.   Rowland,  President  T.R.Merrltt.Vlce-Pres,  St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,   Stayner  Ellas Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager  BRANCHES  North "West and British Columbia:  Brandon,   .; Calgary,     Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario:  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingersoll,  Listowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage, Sault St_.  Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thomas.  Toronto, Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton. ���������*.������������������*, -     ,  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  ot $1 and upwards received and  Interest  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial.   Municipal,  and  other- debentures purchased.  Draftrf and LetterB of Credit���������  Available at all points of Canada,  United Kingdom , United States.  Europe, India, China ?ir*o Australia, New ',.* Zealand etc  Gold   purchased.  This  bank  issues Special  Receipts  which "will be accounted for at any  of the  Hudson's  Bay Co's  Posts  In  the Yukon and Northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Branch.  g: DIRE.  ������  $2.000,000  $1,600,000  l'rcxMeiit:  S.  H; Ewijk;, Vice President;  paid up capital    -  rest fu^d  TOKb:   Wm, Moi.mii.' .Maci'iifrsiiN   *t\*. M. Ramsay, Samuki. Kin'1-ky, Hfniiy ahchikalk, J. V. Clkohorn,  11. Mabklani* Molson.  F. Wokpkuton Tuomab, General Manager.  A geueial li inking luisinp������ Iran  ralus.  .-t-ii  liit.-ivhi.ini  .i. n. M-������������������ i.���������-<>"���������  MaXAIIKII.   HKVi.l.-liJlil*  ' a" rurrrllt  3  =3  iiWWU&tfUJiii&Ui&Um^  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave*  London.  April _"������!.���������The,  retired everywhere at the first Pr���������e  of  the British  advance and the   hope  that General ltundlc would be ab.e to  induce    them  to    remain  at    Dewet s      ^    ^ ���������    _  '    pn ,,-m, lhev had they been-rorceu j o������ resistin' an officer in. the discharge  ��������� are being 1  He met with  ,_.,.  .'mounted". in-  tantry occupied a position commanding the  Ladybrand district."  ���������  The Bloemfontein   correspondent   of  ���������   ���������.���������.-.���������,.,___. .v  ..nys: 1 Wnson  the I ...  -       AH.      J^.^.   ti'.e Daily Telegraph' Wednesday, says:  ���������"Our mounted infantry entered - the  high mountain plateau' of Thaba Nobu  today a'.most withoutL- opposition. As*  Thaba Nebu is a natural fortress It  must mean that the Boers have practically thrown up the sponge in this-,  section of tho country."  If the force presses ��������� on lo Ladybrand the. whole country south of that  point and tn line with Bloemfontein  will be< completely in our hands. One  AlHlculty is that many of tho Boe'rp  forming commandoes' Immediately on  lindlng themselves beaten retreat to  their farms and resume the roles of  peaceful citizenship, hiding their rifles  . o  PREMIER   MARTIN  Fort   Steele,   D.   C,   April   20.���������Premier  Joseph   Martin   after  making  a  speech to a large' and.' re  -.  ,, re.  Two fnoro "pulp, 'mills  erected-inyOntario.   ^.f;;^.      I  Jos   Martin- addressed     a' ,~������-lUical  meeting at" Nelson on  Monl'.y.*   ,.  -   The   Nelson   Operatic' society  presented   Pinafore   this    week   with   a  chorus of 45 voices.  :���������'.''-..     -  The ,Hall Mines, limited, is oeing  voluntarily wound up,. for- reconstruction  purposes."      :     - -'   .        ^  The Nelson . Tribune * 'of the^ 21 Et  contains" a very coarse attack i'n  ex-Governor   Mackintosh. j  The alleged Martin  government in |  British Columbia" announces that    it  will have candidiates   in every constituency except Nanaimo City.  Oxford   and    Cambridge    defeated  Harvard,   Columbia 'and    Yale  versifies   at  a   cable    chess  after two  days  play,    by  , 4y2  to 2%-.  There is no ignoring the truth  that Colonel Sam Hughes has a better grip on the underlying principles  o������ warfare in South Africa than half  the book-learned brigadiers ln South  Africa'. '.  ,  ^-Toronto-^Telegram :_if_The Jfect_that_  Thomas Osborne Davis. M. P., Invar-  iably gets up when Nicholsis Hood  Davin sits down, must alwuys remind the latter that- 'tis ~ but i a step  from.tlio sublime to the-ridSculous.  The  Nor'West    Farmer    for   April  on-ill insi* to hand, besides the usual  tne    juuiimip   * ������-���������.,   ���������������-    i __Utn  just  to  uauu,   "f"      = form  ^,������A-iri;.-������������;; =;S ..233.sSS*Si������?������g?-  'S^'^'Ti^^\^iJ^&,StSS.-^^  advance may    well   suffice to =������nipei j Anri] 20thi 1900-   Tbe lssue aiso con;  uni-  match,  a score  of  The Revelstoke  blerald" fSomi ^:cckl>r  P. 5URNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beet Perk, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  Has _ more' readers * in North  Kootenay'than any other paper;-  has-more advertisers in  Revelstoke than   - any  other paper;  does more job printing in the  city than any other paper;  Its  news Is moro spicy and up-to-  date;  its Influence     Is greater;  Its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered;  its sub  scription rate is only $2.00 pel  annum; It covers the field Try  -it and be with the crowd.  Write to  ���������KEVELSTOKE HERALD,  . ,    -   ���������*,--.     -Revelstoke, B. C.  T������ble futuisbed with the choicest  ihe market, bffords. Best Wines  L'quors ar.d <_ iears. LarK������, Hjcht  iM'iimoms. lUtes    SI    a    day.  jlonthlv rate.  J.  RATE $1 oo PER DAV:  O olumbia  Good accommodation. A good :.-3J  well supplied with choice wi io?  liquors and cigars. ���������  Free Bus Meets All T rain  ouse.  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors  of soup  and two 'quarts of skilly,  ���������o-  SrENCEIt "still alive  London. April 28.-Mr. Spencer WH  in    the- Morning  Post,  says  The army  may   not   bo  three hour _.  presentative audience was given a reception and banquet here last night  His speech was mainly devoted to an  attack on Wm. Fernle,  the    probable |  Liberal  candidate    ot    Fernie,   B.   C.  Mr.  Martin left    for    Cranbroolc  this  morning.   -o  .  FURIOUS   EXPLOSION  their retreat. General Brabant and  General Hart are more likely to pur-r  sue the Boers retreating in the vicinity oC Ladybrand. These posst-  _ill.ties are all based on the assumption  that the decisive advance has not  begun and that the army was not sped  out until was ready."   o   SERVED  HIM   RIGHT  Bloemfontein, April 25.���������Richter's  farm near. Leeuw Kop. from which  while flying a white flag the Canadians were fired upon has been burned as a punishment. Rlchter Is a  prisoner.  April 20th, 1900.       tains a fine photogravure of Lord  Kitchener and an up-to-date map of  the seat of war in South Africa.  A report from Chamberlain, S.D.  says that Messrs .Wilkes, Ford and  Ritchie, of -the Canadian & South  Dakota Cattle company,, recently incorporated under .the laws of South  Dakota by Canadian capitalists .*with  a capital of $200,000, arrived in  Chamberlain  and left" for the range  PBIKCE MOLFETTA FIGHTIKG A. BEAB.  devoured by the beast. Many persons who  have witnessed bull fights iu Spain, in  Cuba and -in Mexico, the -writer among  them, havo confessed that there is a joy  In seeing a man in the arena killed by a.  bull that.id-delirious in,comparison with  -that  rather, tame excitement of seeing  ' tho' man kill the bull. . Iu nil so called  sports,. sucli _ns bull  fighting  and  bear  fighting,  the elcmeut of d auger to the  -men-ln-the-arena-i3-what.excitcs_the_jo_rv  ous emotions of the spectators in the amphitheater.  - Thu Prince of Molfettn's new sport of  benr  fighting  delights  king  nud  court,  prince' and peasaut, because it is a fresh  "outlet for the natural savagery of man.  Tim mere fact that the educated and fair  ininlcd bear may forgot his trnininn and  kill liis human antagonist renders It fns-  cinating.    If the contest was a inure tussle-in  which thu mini mi|_lit  throw the  liuiii* or the bear the man, it u-oulil soon  become insipid. - The civilized mnn in expectation of the delirious joy of a momentary recurrence to savagery wants a  stronger ej.cileu.cijt than mere trials ot  strength or skill���������it is only thc imminence  of a violent death in liis presence that  excitts in him the delight in blood that is  a sure sign of the boast In thu man.  All sports are alllud moro or less closo-  ly to savagery, but at tho sumo time they  aro attributes of civiliznd rather lliun of  savngc life. Tlie American Indian was  not playful. He had a few games, but  they were crude'. and uninteresting, liku  THE PIONEER LIVERY  111 d and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Tront Lake  VHUE     GWIIXIM  '&   SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public.  .Etc:  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J. M.-. Scott, B.A.,  Q. C. L- tl-  ��������� F. L. Gwillim  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Freighting   and  Teaming   a  specialty���������=.;.���������a-:- ,.-  - --*���������, r--^-.  B.  -Daily Stace leaves Thomson's I_andinB every morning at 7 o'clock  fc.TrniiiUke Oitv.   For particulars write  for Trout Lake i,itv. v^^q & HILIlMAN. Thomson's Laxdixo  HARVEY & Mo CARTER  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan nt8 per cent.  Offices:     Molsons Bank Block.  First Street, Revelstoke Station, B. i.  J. W. Cross,  Offlc-:   Taylor  Block, Mackenzie    Avenue,  .���������JuvcUtoko. _,._.,  Surcoon lo tlieC.l'.K-        , .  lieu tli officer. City of Kcvclsto c.  ROBERT SA^-CN  Wood Dealer  and Drayman-  Draying and delivery work a specialty     Teams always ready on shortest  (.nntwH  for  lobblna  talt-������n.  ( anadian  ^ Pacific  Railway  not loo.  VlldlUUCl AMJU *.___._    country   west   of  the  Missouri   river 1 ^"so of a plowlmy     Ills kmiest pleas-  *- it*..-*, nnrnose of looking up a lo- | ure wa8 ln wKoillJ. oat t0 wnr npil!nst hi,  DOMINION  PARLIAMENT  At    the  Government      Arsenal      at*  Pi*etoria.  Pretoria, April 25.���������A furious explo  sion  occurred last night at the Reefc  works used by the government as a  arsenal.      The walls  of    the bulldin_.  were destroyed and  the structures  ii  the neighborhood are a mass of debris  The shrieks of women and children i-,>  the   adjoining  streets    added    to  th ���������  ghastliness of the  scene.    Ten  work-  ��������� men were  killed and 02 were Injured  Including Herr Grunberg. manager t.\  luhe ��������� works."*.*'   Tho  most  important  o*  tha "machinery was saved.     The caus*  ���������of  the    explosion    is    unknown.  Th ���������  works   employed   200   persons.      They  Were mostly French and Italians. Tho  Ottawa, April 26.���������Sir Charles Tupper brought up the question*- of the  insurance he had placed on the Canadians in South Africa, asking the  minister of militia to help in securing  a correct list of the dead. "**" "���������  den   promised   to   investi  Dr. Borate   the   air  den   promiteu   i"   "���������*��������� "       _, ,,     _  eged lack of ammunition at Welland.  The  budget was  resumed.  The Porto Rico    fish duty and a bill  ���������or  the  inspection  of American grain  '.vas  also  brought    to  the    nonce    of  "^r^tition  of  Yukon   British  citi-  ���������.ens for representation   in parliament  .vas  laid  before   the  house.  Mr. Bourassa, M. P.. declined to at-  public. accounts   committee  -end   the  (or  examination.  In tho agricultural committee there  was sonic commotion, the Conservatives declining to go on with Wi, T.  Preston's and F. Pedlcy's examination  until the report of tha department  .vas brought down In the house.  The'.motion .was      -������������������������--  ���������_���������*,_.&_..._..,  for the purpose of looking  cation for the company.    Tho gent  leman  stated "that  they intended   to  look over the ground for a week or  so, when they would return to (this  city and perfect the organization of  the  company.      The    company  will  bring  about   18   men 'from   Canada,  and those interested also believe they  will be able to bring   young   stock  i from  that country which will stock  I up their range at- a profit.  The comparison may not be a very  tasty  one, but' when    we    have the  figures before us    we will  make" it,  says the Medicine Hat News. * North  "West  public  accounts for 1899  show  that   the   government  of   the   Territories   Expended   ?3572.91     in   assisting the farmers to exterminate noxious weeds, while they spent $1105.00  in   assisting   the  ranchers   to  exterminate f.oxious   wolves.    When  the  assembly grant, to., assist the ranchers  to destroy wolves was cut down so  much- a year or so ago, the    News  drew notice-������o these two features of  assistance to two classes    of North  West peoplo for very similar class of  work. - The ' farmer   still    gets    the  best of it:    The 'rancher has still to  put his dollar������������������ alongside the government dollar In order to make the latter  effective  in ���������destrbying    noxious  I wolves.    The farmer.'does not have  uro W88 ���������  t-j -  enemies. The civilized man's sports are  artificial, but they must have the elcmeut  of chance or of danger lo make then' f������-  clnatlng.  i  WHAT TO SAV.  Say "It rains very fast." nnd not, "very  h*Sa.' 'Jewer friends,"  and not. "less  ftSay8������for you and me," and not, "for  r������Sayn"no't that I "know," and not. "that  1 sST'f ionM not that I shall," and  not. "but I shall."  Say   "gaine   U   plentiful,"   and   not  "game Is plenty."  ''   Bay "return It to me," and.nok   return it back to me."  Say  "thus  much  Is  true,"   and   not.  "thia much is true." >  Say "if I mistake not," aad not,    If  I am not mistaken."'        .  Say "I seldom see him," and not,    i  seldom or ever see him."  Say "whether 1  b������  present or not,  and not, "present or no."  Say "I am weak in comparison wun  ������ou." and not, ".to you."  K.t "he was noted for hia violence,  oay    "V.      _.   _-.���������-   _.-_t-.-*lnii*  fo  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching services at 11 a- m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at tne  close of the morning service. Sab-  hath school and Bible class at 2.30.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wed-  ���������7esday evening at 7:30 The public  are cordially invited.   Seats free.  REV.S.J.THOMPSON;   Pastor.  REVELSTOKE  IROH WORKS  Blacksmithing, Jobbing,  Plumbing, Pipe Fining,  Tinsmitbing   Sheet Iron  and-  1REC  Soo Line  ROUTE  EAST AND WEST,  St. -Peter's Church (Anglican)  Bight a.m.. Holy. Eucharist; 11  'a.m., matins, litany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, first Sunday in the month);  1:30 Sunday school, or- chiidrens'  -ervice; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  ���������ermon. Holy Days���������The Holy  iSucharist Is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m., as announced. Holy Baptism  after Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C. Paget, D.D., Pastor.  Work,  paired.  Machinery    lte-  Firat clus **kc:>ei~s on til trains. T<'U*-t������t can  pas-. Kevelstoke dally for, St. Paul;' Tuesdays  a d Saturdays tor ^Toronto;; Tbu-rsdays for  Montreal and Bosto ';  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  ^.OJB'l. GO2U30N  p������.-*i fiiulf'  DAILY TRAINS  - 3-jt  ���������������������)...  8:29..  8;10..  ....leave���������  ...arrive  *lstokc^-arrive_.  " leave....  ..17:10  To and Irom Kootenay PoinU   leive���������Revelstoke���������arriv^. 16:15  irervloe evurs Sundny at 11 a.in,'.'������iiil "::���������!>"  r-.ra. Bib*o Cliss nt: 230'.p.m.', to ithlcV  ���������II ero weltiomo. .Prayer--uweting ftt H. pn".  o^cry Wedncalay.  KEV. T. MKSZIE8. P.istor.  OMAN    CATHOLIC   CHURCH���������Revel  Mass .. flrat and ibird Sutidaye In  alone  11^ n'.h at 10:30 a m  REV. FATHER THAYER.  lied Cross'ambulance  did good  wprli J M  esamincii.  ja helping" the wounded.  -__i ��������������������� . ������he was a man notorious for  | Q vI.VATIO_J_ARM"V_   M  Di tjioir Jiall oa Front StI-Mt  ��������� In    cvtry uigbi  P. Howsofl & Co.,  XACKrJiZIR AVE.  Rami Dantens in FnTnita-������.  Tickets lisncd and haffnage checked through  to destination  Cheap Rates  to the  Old Country  Fi-t tul! jiartlculars nl to time r.it<:������, and for  co-jiicsTolVC. P. K. puMlcatloas, *ddre������������ neares  localjijtcnt or  T.W. BRADSHAW.  Agent, Re\el������toke.  W. F. Anderson, Travelling Passenger Agso  Kelson, B. C.  E. J. Covle.   AfjlsUa    GMeral ' Piewtjer  Ag*������f. Vanco-aver, B. C. ~������*tWt&wi&h.<Si<_._ i.->v-.rf  tsr:  i  fr  t  t  Springtime  COMING ON ____,.**arth*>  Everybody should take a tonic and  Blood pr.rlner. One ol the very best  things for this season is & specially  prepared ami powerful  SARSAPARILLA  made for ourselves.  It retails for }1 per bottle and will do  more   good    than    several   of   patent  medicines.  Sold onlvat the....  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  McKenzie -We.    -    Revelstoke Station  *  *  fr more good than several of patent *  fr   medicines. 4  "* Sold onlvat tlie.... 3  ������   CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  *  j,   McKenzie -We.    -    Revelstoke Station  Jj  2 -_-M"f**4-H-*'*-f **���������*���������*���������**���������+*���������** 4  THE LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVE  MEETING  Chuiles Wilson, Q. C, arrived hoi*,  this  iiioi-nini: nml   will   hold  a  pnliii  ineeliiiK   on'  .Vednesclny   evening   li  ment l he t-lrctors of the i*itv nnd riding  in the opera ho*isp,    _Ir."\Vil_.on's vis't  will frivi*.  the Revclstuku   electors   mi  opportunity nf making  the acquaint-  unre of ilie'leader of  the  Liberal Cun  servativf party in  this   province   nnd  of h.-*u*msj him discuss the platform of  llie party.    Kverybiidy is invited to be  pieseiH."   __������   Local and  General  News  a-  Trusi  "m LEADING STORE  !������  TO THE LADIES  May Day.  E. P, Davis, Q. O.. arrived in town  on Monday to attend the assizes.  J. M. Kellie returned to town on  Monday morning from Vancouver.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co.,Ld.,  lias been incoi perilled; capital $150,-  000.  T. Skinner will commence to put in  the flowers in the public school grounds  this week.  Seven Swiss Guides for lhe nioim  ttiins have heen brought over Ibis yeiu*  by the C.P.R.  H. N. Coursier has heen gazetted  returning officer for thc coming provincial elections.  A U.ilicinn family of six persons in  absolute destitution were lauded here  on Satin day morning.  H. Edwards and Thos. Skinner went  out on Saturday on u few days bear  hunting up Jordan Puss.  Mrs. Webster and family left town  to spend the biiiiimei* on the ranch  near Vernon on Sunday's No. 1.    .  ��������� Custom clothing no matter what  p *'ce to suit your wants we have it,  nnd in every desirable shade. Cress-  man, the. ait tailor.  M. Pettipiece nnd a party of men  aie i*onsti*iu*uiig a. trail around the  ���������gap on lhe canyon wagon road caused  by the recent rockslide.  Alex. Matthews is, as the Hekai.d  is gi-alitied lo report, making an excellent recovery from his recent very  severe attack of pneumonia.  Master Mechanic Cross, Master  Mechanic Hobbs, Dr. Cross and ]__.  llnmpliiys were visitors at the Halcyon Hot Springs on Sunday.  ���������Ready after May 1st���������extra early  sun liner anil fall cabbage plants, also  Brussels sprouts and a variety of  sweet scented flower plants. 'JLhos.  Skinner, gardener. 3t*lw |  Gbavles Wilson. Q. C,   who  arrived  this nini'iiinic. will uddicss the electors  as leader of  the   Liberal Conservative  . pni-tv tomorrow,   at 8  p. in., in   Tap  ping's oijera house.  The National Park Gazette is the  latest addition to Ihe" journalistic fiild  in tho west. It is a neat, newsy little  sheet published at Banff, and devoted  to the interests of that famous summer resort.  ���������FOR SALE���������On 7tb May nnd  during the week, some useful furniture  rrockerv, stoves, Quaker Vapor Bath,  Etc. Can le seen at Mrs. Cot-belt's  residence. First, street, fourth house  from Imperial Bank.  Dr. Xortboip and a number of  \viint-s.*-es from Grand Forks went  thiouah on Sunday evening from  Vernon to be present, at the trial of a  phiiouiiir scrape which occurred in  Grand Forks some time ago.  The Hungarian section hand, whose  legs had to be amputated from the  e feels oi an accident in the yard here  some months ago. lias died of pneumonia in Minneapolis. He was sent  there bv the C. P. U. to get artificial  legs fitted ou him,  ���������If you buy your spring suit from  ���������u-s-it-iJ ---correct��������� in���������every_p:i rticular..  We want to do business with you.  "i mil* trade will do us good, but we  have no right to it unless yim receive  an equal benefit. J. li. Ciessman, the  ait tailor.  Chas. Wilson, Q 0., and Mrs. Wilson  irived in town Ibis morning.  Remember the concert in the Mctho-  ..*>t, church on Friday evening.  Tlie Vancouver Labor party have  decided lo bring out two Independent  candidates.  XV. N. Brayton. general agent, and  II. Floyd, the local agent I'm* the Ferguson townsite, are in town today.  The ladies of the Presbyterian church  Aid Society intend to give a local  concert sometime aboul two weeks  hence.  A gasoline automobile velocipede  has been added to the rolling stock in  thc: C. P. It. yard for the use of the  officials.  Speaking at Fet-nie last week Mr.  Martin classed the Kootenay Mail of  Revelstoke, as "an ont and' out sup  porter of his government."  THE CITY' AND  THE  COMPANY.  Our City Council in  commencing its  tentative negotiations for the acquisition by the municipality of Ihe plant  and property of the Revelstoke Water,  Power and Light Co. is entering upon  'a project of first rate importance to  Revelstoke and everybody in it.     It is  quite, needless to remark Lhat a progressive   paper   like   the   Herald is  quite   in   favor  of    the   principle  of  municipal   ownership   of such   public  facilities as the waterworks and electric     light     systrm.   The   in variable  result   of   such  ownership   in    other  places,  except  in   cases   of gross incompetency and   mismanagement on  the part of  the  civic  authorities,   lias  been an increased and improved public  service accompanied by a reduction of  tlie rates.     Such a desirable result can  just   as easily   be   attained   here   io  Revelstoke as elsewhere and  there is  no reason at all  why the city should  not gain it.   It appears to the Herald  to be   mainly   a   question   of   teims.  And   tliis   is   one    which   should    be  approached in a spirit of mutual  fairness and  without  resort to pressure.  The company is one wliich has deserved  well     of   Revelstoke.      Without    its  enterprise the very great extension of  the town which  the last three years  has   witnessed would  have been  iin-  . possible or very nearly so.    This is a  point   which   the  company   is justly  unt.iUod tn  li������vi>  taken  inlo  consideration when   the  city  comes  lo   make  tlie actual bargain with them.     Since  thellEHAM)   has  no   doubt  that  the  Council will   be   authorized   to  make  them   some  offer  whenever   they  are  ready to apply to  the  ratepayers   for  authority to do so.     The company is a  paying     concern.       Its    profits    are  credibly stated  to  be at  the   rate  of  SI.000 a  month  and   the   Hkiiai.d   is  glad   to   see   their enterprise  so  well  rewarded.      At   the   same   time   tliis  town   could   use    those   profits   very  much more to the  general  advantage,  if  they were  being   applied to   lower  rates and increase the efficiency of tlie  service.    And it is of  tlie opinion that  the   general   spirit  of    progress   and  intelligence  prevailing   in   tliis   place  will be all on the side of the acquisition  of  the   company's   plant    and   water  rights, provided alreasonable   bargain  can be made for them.  Sponges  Large  Consignment  Just Arrived  INCLUDING  Carriage Sponges  25c to rsc  Wool Sponges, 10c to TSc  Mediterranean Sponges  10c to $1.50  Manruka Sponges  $1.50 to $5.00  Red Gross  DRUGSTORE  Geo. F. Curtis,  ���������> ���������>  THE LEADING STOKE takes great pleasure in  announcing the arrival of one of the largest and mo-rt  select ranges of  LADIES' FOOT-WEAR  Ever Shown in the Interior.  i*  YI.OR BLOCK.  McKenzie Ave  THE LATEST IDEAS IN  and  Suitings  Overcoatings  NEWEST AND BEST ,  A Large Range of Imported Woolens lo  ��������� select Irom  J. B. Cressman.  Ahlin A Co.'s Old Stand.  THIS.  CIIY EXPRESS  K. W. 15. PAGET, Prop.  Prompt delivery of parcels, baggage, etc., to  any purl of the City.  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  NO COMPROMISE.  C. Clifford and Capt. Irving, former  r pros"ntatives foV Oas-siai* in the local  hmi-e. are appealing to their constit-  ue ts annin nn the "pood (_.ovpriiiiit-nt  Lickes." They oppose hoth the ei^ht  hum* law and ftnveriiiiietit ownership  o' iaihv,ij*s fi.tlfonted.  Engineer J. Simmons of Roger's;  P-i -. ������ave a most, iiKere.sliuu and  highly appreciated concert with his  piiuiiogiiiph nt the Oddfellow's dance  l*i__i fi-iday. The power and clear  articulation of .Mr. .Simmons' instru  ment are wonderful.  A man named Blake* was arrcMed on  Friday for rifling a room in the Q.ieen'b  hotel and steiling u ring belonging to  K Han-ell. He wa.s found guilty i*nd  i-enteni ed to 3J diiys hard liilmr. Tin*  Kinie niHii was prevented hy Chief  Hiin from committing suicide hy  throwing himself into the river a short  time ago.  Mrs. Corhc-tt and the Misses Corlvtts  are contemplating removing their  jil.ice of le.-iduiu-c to New Westiinr.s-tei*  iilinnt the middle of the month. Their  dep.iitme i'i or.i town >vil| he greatly  felt, particularly iu English church  circles, a5, they have heen staunch  supporters of St. Peter's ever since  their arrival hci e.  Ilis many friends will regret to learn  of the death of Trainmaster Charles  B. Cmiiptoi), which took place at his  residence at Medicine Hat at. an early  hour this morning?" Mr. Cumpton was  one of the 1110.-.1. popular officials OS lhe  Canadian Pacific Co., in whose service  lie had spent many years. The remain ���������; will be taken to Fort AVayne,  Indiana, for interment.���������Medicine  Hut News. Mr. Cumpton was a  brolher-iii-law of Aid. Patrick, who  left on Saturday in n-ning for Medicine Hat to attend the funeral.  A deputation from the Sonc of England waited on the Mayor on Saturday  to request him to call a puhlic meeting  without delay to start the hall rolling  for a worthy celebration of the Queen's  birthday this year. His Worship  assented to the request and has fixed  Aim-lay evening at 8 o'clock in the  opera House as the lime and place for  the meeting. Mr. Tapping has kindly  placed the opera house at the Mayor's  disposal for this purpose free. All  ���������member? of the Caledonian Society.  Sons of England. Citv Band and other  patriotic and sporting societies are  i������qr.e=ted toniiike-i pmntof nl tending.  The position taken hy Mr. Wilson,  the leader of the Liberal-Conservative  party in the province, is^, straightforward and consistent. He is not  hunting for any hole into which to  dodge with a hope of evading the  issues before the electorate. He has  taken his stand on the New Westminster platform and means to abide  by it be the issue what it may. The  high sounding futilities of the "good  government" party fail to draw him  from the path marked out hy practical  common sense. He intends fo adhere I o  the party lines plank of Ihe platform no  matter who dissents from it. Addressing the Liberal-Conservative convention, which had just tendered him an  unanimous nomination to run as the  fir.-t choice of its candidates in  Vancouver, Air. Wilson said that he  wished it understood from the start  that no compromi-ie had heen mad e  with what were said to be older parties  in the province. The parly of which  he was the le.idiirhad made no alliances  with other political parties, and would  go into the light uiitraionieled by such  bonds of alliance."  This firm attitude on the part of Mr  Wilson inspires confidence in him as a  leader, and is nt the same time, the  Herald feels assured, the most  politic one which he could adopt.  The electors know where he is at and  in llie long run the independent  Conservatives will find themselves by  the force of ciiciim������tances. langed  under his command. The old parties  are dead. The "good government  party," except as exemplified by the  little forlorn hope Mesirs. Clifford and  Irving are undertaking in far off  Cnssiar, never was alive. And independents as it general rule, as far as  the Hw.Ar.D'S observation goes, area  great deal more in evidence before an  election than during a session. They  may construct plalformsi, make  speeche. and write editorials till they  are blue in the face, but when Ihey  get to Victoria next session it will be  either Charles Wilson or Joseph  Martin, ��������� whom they will -have to  follow. These two men represent the  voices and opinions of the two great  divisions in the mass of the independent electorate, whose voices and  opinions as opposed to those of all  cliques and riei-sonal factions whatsoever are hencefoith to he the  controlling factors in the government  of this fair province -*' tj..___..i.  Columbia,  All orders left at R. M. Smythe's Tobacco  Store, or by Telephone Xo. ~~MCM will receive  piompl attention.  These goods are from New York markets and nre  sure to meet, the requirements of those desiring an exquisitely dainty, exceedingly stylish, yet durable article.  SHORTLY TO ARRIVE.  Dress Muslins, Ducks, Prints, Etc.  A NEW ASSORTMENT  Ladies' and Chiidrens*  Swiss Ribbed Collar  Summer Vests. .   .   .  10c to 50c.  M. K. LAWSON,  Mackenzie Ave.  n'  Baker  AND  Confectioner  OUR LINE OF LADIES' COSTUME CLOTHS IS SECOND  TO NONE IN THE CITY.  JAttBS ������ILL a CO.,  The Wide-Awake Business Men,  McKenzie  Avenue.  Bread - Delivered - Daily  CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK OF  NEW  GROCERIES  Ucd Rose Degree meets second and fourtlt  Fridays of each month;   White Rose Dogrco  meats ilrst Friday of ench month,In Oddfellows'  Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome.  WM. MATHERS, T. E, L. TAYLOR,  Secretary. I'rcsldout.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  ' "tegular meetings nre held In tbe  Oddfellow's Hall on thc Third Frl������  iliiy of each montlfi-nt 8 p.m. shnrp,  Vi������ltlng brethren cordially lnvlteu  THOS. STEED, \V._I.  /^.rc^.  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  Is nut in it with our prices on  WATCHES AND CLOCKS  CALL AND SEE  Guy Barber, jeweller,  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  *'!4''^'Hf.*f'������f������������-������..T"f'T"T"-..������������^^'-_-*������-*t-j  C. J. Aman  ���������*   Tobaccos. Pipes, Cigars, Etc.  %   Scientific Works on Mining, Etc.,  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. O. F., No. 3461.  , Moots In tho Oddfel-  lows'Hull.on ihoseroiid  ������nd fourth Mondnvs of  each month. - Visiting  brethren Invited to attend.  K.D.J.C. JOHNSON, 0. W.MITCHELL,  Chief Itnuger. Hoc.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH-  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Riiynl School or Mines, London.    Seven ye������r������  nt   Morfu  Works,  Swnnsen.    17   venrs  Chief  Chemist  to Wlgnn Conl nnd iron Co.,  Knir.  Lato chemist nnd Assnver, Hnll Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.    ,- Revelstoke, B.C.  Minerals, Mines nnd Mining by OHborn fr  Prospecting    Locating   and    Valuing +  Mines���������hy Stretch. *  Hnndbbok of Rocks���������liy Kemp. j  Prospecting for Gold  nnd   Silver��������� %  Crnkc. X  Stamp Milling of Oold Ores���������by Rickard ?  "���������**                                                               - T  ********-l-M������M'-*M'**-1 *********  THE   FRED   ROBINSON    LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  On and after this dute our pi-ices for Cut Firewooil will   lie as' follows:  0    $100 Per Cord at Mill  $2.00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES. CUT FOR C.A9.U  .^  FRED ROBINSON. ��������� '��������� ���������  Managing Di'iectof.  The Famous Crow's Nest Coal  Leave your orders at my office on McKenzie^Ave;  $r.5(j a ton', Delivered from the cars  Terms:   Cash with order. y     *i yv r> ���������  I.nrRC and Well Lighted  Sample Hooms   Heated by Hot Air.aiirt .Electric  Bells and Light in every room  Free Km Meets AH Trains ���������'���������'���������  Treasonable Rates   - '"__''''���������  ^HOTEL  VICTOBIA^ *   tr_  JOHN V. PERKS, Pkopkietoii.  Night  Crill ito )_n in <"_nncction for the Convenience of Guests        . _    .-  Be������i_v*eer Hotel n"d Station u^d^(ilS'^������l}t*3",    I.Co  OUR   .....  Magic  Spot Remover!  IS A MARVEL  All Grease  Spots  Eusilv Taken  out  of  Clothing ���������  2S Cents a Bottle-  Sec Window Display of House Clenning  Helps.  FIELD & BEWS     :   :     Pharmacists  SECOND STREET.       -,       'r-  Now is the llino to fall and arrnnito  for n'RI'KINO SUIT and an (KKBCOA'T  ���������Splendid line of - SnitlnRS', Newest  Fashion Mates,*good workmanship.  RS. WILSON  Next the McCatty Block.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Deer fiends,   Uirds. Anfmals, Etc., preserved  nnd mounted.  TIII11D STREET. EASTOFSCHOOLHOCSE  When yon reach Ferguson, B.C.,  Stop nt the ���������_���������__.-  Hotel Lardeau  J. I aughton, Proprietor.  Be-it ?2.00 a day house iii the Lurdenu. Best  of cuisine service.���������Finely equipped bar.���������  Choicest wines, liquors and  cigars.���������Head-  qunrters for miners nnd mining men Well  llKhtcd and heated rooms, neatly furnished  P. H. TRUDGEON   ...;. ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES,'       '   CALL BELLS,   ANNUNCIATORS,   BATTERIES.   MEDIC*AL BATTERIES, Etc.  -COWAN BLOCK.  *******���������***���������������*****+***+****  Liberal-  Conservative  -COMMITTEE^ROOMS-.,  -NOW OPEN IN THE  Oddfellows' Hall  All Liberal-Conservatives and Supporters of MR. THOS. TAYLOR  are invited to make use of the  Rooms, which will be kept 'open  from 9 a. m. till 10:30 p. m.  GOD    SAVE    THE    QUEEN.  NOTICE.  Notice ii hereby ijiveii ihnt Dog Tags for  1WMI, price ?'.! each, can now bo obtained at tho  City Clerk*' ollice. Mors must be lagged with  the new tne before the������iUth init.  C. E  SHAW.  City Clerk.  Revelstoke, April 17th, 1000.  fr*************************  fr  ���������* "A LOCAL INDUSTRY"   +  *   OF PUBLIC BENEFIT.1  STEAM LAUNDRY..  IS BOTH  f THE REVELSTOKE  *  fr  fr  *  $  fr  fr  *  fr  %  The Proprietor requcstR your  pi.trnmi|_<������ on the .above fnctF.  First Clnss Machinery nnd  First Clns.s White Help, ensures First Class Work. A  tiinl order is solicited from  outside! points, or from residents of Revelstoke who nre  not already on our list of  patrons.  of  Briti-jh  I Geo. S. Hogan  T Proprietor.  % TELEPHONE NO. 43.  t  *************q,************  REVELSTOKE  SMELTER       ������  TOWNSITE     j  .H. MAYNE, i  SOLE AGENT !  ..LOT5 FROM $150 UP..,  -ON   EASY   TERMS-       \  <44f*4f**4r4<**4f4r������044Uf4tm4H(*4r**  R.H. MAYNE,  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  r)ute(Brite fey the HemM.  ���������k'We Repair. *  I WATCHES  ���������* CLOCKS, -  *}t and oil k'xrlilii of Jewellery   ���������  X If the work Is not satisfaetory we  T refund your money.  5 WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK  fr arid stand by our guarantee.  fr We also carry a good line of Watches  fr and Jewellery, which we dispose of at  fr moderate -prices.  t E.M. ALLTJM, i  ij The Leftdins ������  T Watchmaker and Jeweler.       X  ^,-First Strect.-next door-to=HEi*.ALi> oifico.-S-  * ..,-,*..*  ^if.^^.^.1-j.1_f_j.^-I.+^_w.f4._f.^.j.^w.1,f.  I Paints,     Oils,  Glass.  I Our delayed stock of the above has Just  [arrived and we have niuuh pleasure in  j tilacine hefo're the Rcvel-toke public a  \ list of tlie goods we arc now prepared to  I supply them al reasonable priced;  Boiled and Raw Oil, Turpentine, Coal,  Tar, Varnishes in three grades,  Colors ground In Oil, Japan or Dry.  Cold Water Kalsomtiie ill every shade.  Whiting, Plaster and Portland Cement  Goods euarantccd to be of best quality  and all from best makers.  Starret's Mechanics Tools lor Sale  ^.W. M. Lawrence  I Hardware. Tinware. Stoves.  Paints. Oils and Glass.  ���������Agent for Hamilton Powder Co.  Telephone 36.  P.O. Box 86.  Savage Bros.  Second Street  TH  Famiy Grocers  ...SAVAGE BROS." beg to inform thc public'  .. and their patrons that they have added a  ...choice lino of FBKS1I GROCERIES to their  ...stock, and are prepared to sell at close  ... figures (or cash.  Jas. I.  W^oodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  ���������Beef,,Pork,    -  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptlv filled.  aS^L^;?^ -RBYBHHFOKB, B.ff.  W E hereby notify the smoking  public that the Cigar Makers' Union  have resolved to" permit members of  the Union' to work in our Factory,  and UNION CIQAR MAKERS are  now at work with us.  ���������   THOS. LEE, l-Yopi-iiHor.  QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY  CELEBRATION.  A jiiihlic meeting will lie held in'  Tiippintf's Opi'ni ilnust) _ on Monduy.  evening next.'it.-8 oVlock. to tlisciiSM  wnys nnrl nieiins fn������- celeln-uLing thu  Queen's Bii'tbdny. ���������    ������������������_.���������    A.N. SA1ITH,  Xm.l  -*w  i%  Mayor.  NOTICE  Notice Is hereby given to purchasers of lols'  in Block ������������������A," Town of Revelstoke, otherwiso'  known as the "Mnra Townsite Property," that  all instalments on account of purchuso. arc to  be paid to, John I). Sibbald, Mara Townsite  Agent, and to no other person, ���������   ���������  J. A. MARA.    .  IN   TnU    SUPREME   COURT   OF    BRITISH  '    ,       COLUMBIA,'     '  III the matter of Thomas Richardson, deceased,  and  In the matter of tho "Official Administrators'  Act."  Dated ninth day of March, A.D., 1000.  Upon reading thc affidavits of Alexander  McRae, Walter Scott and George S. MeCarter,  it is ordered that James Ferguson Armstrong,.  Official Administrator for tho County Court  District of Kootenay, shall be Administrator or  all and singular the goods, chattels and credits  of Thomas Richardson, deceased, and that thin  order be published in the ItEVKLSTOXE Herald*  nowspaper for one month.  (Signed]   A.J. McColl,  AH persons having claims against tho abovo  named deceased are required to send in particulars of their claims, duly verified, to J. F.  Armstrong, Fort Steele, the Administrator,  within one month from this date, after which  time the said administrator will prorcod to  distribute the estate among those persons ol  whnse'claims he shall then have notice and '  said administrator will not be responsible to  any creditor of whose claim ke shall not havo  had notice at the time of such distribution.  Dated this 22nd day of March 1900.  GKO. S. McOARTER,  .   **     Solicitor for tho Administrator.  For Rent.  A fine new nino-rootned house with all  modern improvements, complete in every*  detail, baviug fine hath, closet and bowl,  besides numerous fine clothes closets, pantry,  etc.. aud a ft no cellar separate from * the  furnace collar, centrally located. Apply at  Hkrald oflice.  Wc still handle  FEED AND FARM  All Purchases delirercd free of Charge.  Fresh supply of fish every morning.  Careful attention.  Prompt delir-Jr?  Mortgage   Sale.  Under and by virtue of thc power of sale  contained in a certain Indenture of mortgage  which will be produced at the tlir.3 of sale,  there will be offered for sale by public auction  bv Robert II. Mayne Esq.. Auctioneer, at his  oflice, First Street, Revelstoke B. O, on Tuesday thc 15th day of May 1900, at the hour of  two o'clock in the afternoon, the following  valuable propersy situate on Upper Arrow  Lake in thc district of West Kootenay in tbo  Province of British Columbia, namely: Lots,  numbers 1138 and 1139, in Group-one, on the  official plan of the survey of the Kootenay  district, containing together by admeasurement three hundred and fourteen acres, more  or loss, and all water records in connection  therewith. On the property there is erected  r frame hotel with other buildings and within  the limits of the property are valuable mineral  aprincsand excellent wator power facilities.  Tbo terms and conditions of sale may be  ascertained on application to thc auctioneer  or to '  "  GEO, 8. McCARTER.  Venaor'f solicitor,  Pevelstcke A-cril !3ra MC.  ;  -ft  f  /l  Sal?

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