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 ,'    .    ..  -.     ���������*- *_.-������������������������ *"���������  /' ,*     /A // JJJ  ^/  fT-f ������~1T^ ,<  "wsr  -ISSTTIEID   TV/ICS-A-'WEEE: - TUESDAYS    _A._IsrD    ^,_R.I_D_A."3_"������  Vol.  IV.    No.  41  REVELSTOKE.B. C. TUESDAY,   MAY  22, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in  Advance.  i  Parasols   AND   Umbrellas!  We are now opening a choice  line of Umbrellas and Parasols���������newest and prettiest-  selection*'in the City.  CHILDRESS'  at   35G ���������S I .50  ladies-at-$1.25���������S8.G0  TWO OF A KIND.  UNDERWEAB  In   Ladies'   and  Chiidrens' ���������  Underwear   wc    are    now  showing the neatest things  to-be seen anywhere. Prices  are surprisingly low.  Hosiery  Attention is called to outlines of Ladies', Gents' and  ChiM reus' Hosiery. Om*  comfort hose is the very  latest idea in these goods.  The legs are cotton and the  feet natural wool. They absorb the . perspiration and  promote health,, and *nt the  same time are light and cool  We have these hose in gents'  and Lndies' and there is a  big.run on.them. "  Tlie late.-t Spring -Novelties  in' Noddies are now on view  in our store. 1 f you want  something nent and iasfiion-  able come and inspect our  fctock of these uoods.  Thero is an apparent disposition in  somequarters to make tliu opposition  In oriental immigration, whicli is now  become universal in this province, an  issue in the coming provincial elections:. The llironlened invasion of  tin- (nullify* hy |housiimis of conlie  lahot'crs I'rein Japan, ns many as 8.,000  has liueii Mat"! as I he iiiiiiiIiqi*, intensified thi.*. idee.. The immigration  having already ((.lumenced, s'cvernl  tliniisnnd of these people having  alreiuly landed ami Ihe recent at tempi  lo Iind employment for (.hem in llie  CI. P. It. section iramrs hy that corporation have rendered it acute. The  .situation is undoubtedly a grave one,  calling I'm* iinmediale action (in the  pari of our ruleis. Inn if one thing is  inore cerlain than iiiint her. it. islhal.  it is useless lo I ry and make it. a provincial issue for llu; very sntricieiiL  reason Mint the provincial government.  no nml ter whicli side ir- elected, is  debarred by Ihe i-oiit-l.itmint: from Ink  ing any e'l'erlu.i! measures to grapple  with it. All lli������ wirinus parties appealing lo I lit' people recognize 'his  fact*. The disallowed legislation,  which Sir. Slartin for instance, talks so  big about rornact iiur, really amounts  to nothing in the lace of the grave  d.-insrei- new threatening us. All il  prof esse i'i to do was lo prevent co>-  poralions receiving certain honusses,  concessions or other favors I'roin the  province, fiom employing Chinese or  .. ap.-inc'e on their works. It' these  clauses had passed tho scruliny of tlio  Dominion house, they would notall'ect  till1 present situation one jut. The ...  P. 11. would Mill he able to import  .lap.inrso by the thousand and to employ nnl hint; else hut. Japanese from  one end of ( heir system to thu other,  if t hey watiied l.o.  An.! even lhe small amount of relief,  given by placing this condition  into (he tonus niade with such corporations, would be inrlulinilcly postponed by Sir. Sl.irl in's hullheadod  tactics of re-enact iim: and i-������-i-ii:i'i;|inji  and going on re-enactinu these clauses  as often as the Dominion house  disallowed them, which 11'.ev are pel-  feclly certain to do for an indefinite  period, on the simple "round that, the  provincial legislature has no power to  pass (hem. Mr. M.trlin talks a I hi u I  educating eastern public opinion by  this method. If he means by this thai  he will keep it. up until constituencies,  in Onlario, Quebec and" the Slaritine  Provinces make it a political issue at  some general Dominion election that  Federal disallowance of these clauses  i- io cease, how Ion:, docs he calculate  his system ol* education will fake lo  reach Ibis point, which is the only  point of any practical advantage lo  ���������' '    province.     11   is doubtful   at. pti  i       - -- - ���������-         --- >  g  ft  a  this  Carpet   ,  Our great drive in Carpets  still continues���������25 per cent,  discount. Money saved is  jnoney, made. - 13y���������buying  our Carpets you can make  some.  FURNISHINGS  In "Wall Paper we are offering special inducements this  spring in the way of low  prices. We have a bigstouk  to select from :i* d those  needing Wall Paper will  find it to their advantage to  inspect our line and gt-t our  prices before purchasing els*o-  where. Our Window shades  and curtain poles are new  and artistic.  Every man "within reacli of this Store who is  thinking1 of a pair of new shoes will be interested in ' this announcement for Saturday  morning8. It r efers to 300 pairs of boots which  came our way at a reasonable, yes, a big" discount off regular values and are now ready to  leave us on the same easy terms. All up to date  styles for this season, all of good qualities as a  matter of course and a full ra-ng*e of sizes. The  men's boots are on view today in the east  window,  Heady 8 o'clock Wednesday morning'  "ST  50,000 Yards Good Fine  White  Cotton  at qc. per  Sounds cheap, doesn't it? And so it is. probably the lowest price at which such a  goo I quality of White Cotton 1ms ever been oflered. It's the wa}*, we have just  purchas-id the entire lot of ���������'mill ends" of.a large Cotton Company to great afi vantage  aud decided to pa.s it right out of our hands at this next-to-nothing rate Wednesday.  '50.000 Yards, in all lengths, of from 5 to .10 Yards, all 36 inches wide, full  bleach and fins round thread���������thc regular twelve and a half cent, .quality.  The lengths will not be cut.   Wednesday's price���������9c.  Groceries  We are always on the top in  this line; being thc heaviest  purchasers we can afford the  choicest goods at the -lowest  prices.  KXI9QKV__9CX3VEniDSV__Pnr__RIBCKES_>!  RAM LAL'S TEA as a Package Tea  cannot*be beat. It has no equal In the  Market, as a sample package -will convince all lovers of good Tea.  C. B.Hume & Co.  sent if llie simple I'jit*l <*1' tliu existent o  of till'-*-!** fluitsi,.'- hn-, iis yci, .begun In  dawn nn nine hundred and ninety-nine  nut f'.f every t hnusn.n(l of elcrtnis  i-esidinr.-east, of tliu Rockies. How  long does he expect to lake before this  londition nl' careless ignorance if  fanned into a Iiiirfniiti agit.it inn. Mr.  .Miirtin in tnlkmg like this is only  iiill-inir clii'M nip nnd In1 tniK know il-.  Th;* f.*u*t of Hie matter i:i t Ii.it the  quesiion ciiimr.t. he iiimi!s> :m i=-.-*iii" "I  l>i-oviiicl,*iI polili'-s. Tho fight n<.-ainsl  t Ik.. Oi-ii-nlnl itiv-is'tm i.f this iJiT-viin..!-1  nuiKt, lie I'nii.u'in in llu' I-lon'.iiiion hnn-e.  Tin* cliiiiiii's'i Imiil whii h .Mi- jMnHin i-  itinkiiiir so nun li (inter;.' over nn in-  tiiiiif.-itn.-il i]ii!iiilily of wnol, only  lunch. ;is 1- c ji.-iv.. j-hown. tl*.'.* vi'i y  nutsl-tiils of the ililTi.nil y uiui i-vi'ii 'o  llii.*- liimti'il I'Mlcnl. tlif Dominion  liiuisc ilfiiii'.- run* liii'nt In liniiillo it.  Tin-1 fill .������.!i*iij!*(rlo linis I11 he i-iivi-ii'il on  ,-it Otlnwii, Mi*. jMm-lin'i1 lnml f.in-  riiinii'iflf only :-iiiiinu>ni 1 lie? "cU'Ctofs  t.o :i i-li.-iin IiiimIc. 11'-' is nnikiin. .*'S  tiinch fuss of i.ln' ilisiillowi'd rI-uii-os -��������� s  if theii* nllriwiiiifi*. \rciiild h.-i" i-vi* y  Oi*ii'iil.:iI 'tilt of British (Jnliuiihiii i-V  over. Tin-* only \-o-.\\ elf.'rf, would I.,  thnt. ;i cfit.iin few in-isnifiennt. ciu--  pnrnliniiR would he preventi*d fi*nni  einnloyiiiK them, if they iicfcpted on  this condition fonfi>s.-.ions from the  |.i*iiviiiL*i.*il ptiivpMiini'nt,. In spite of nil  lii.*^ hisr l.-ilk. Mi-. Mill-tin cannot help  tinl liie situation. _  ,  -Ji"BiiC (hi: tiiue���������is"i"Vip'e^_~for  yii* Wilfiiil . Ij-iui-ii'i- to i-i'deem  llie jilftlxe wliich milled four British  ddlniiihin sents to his mnjorily in '06  The- piesciU session i.s well iicivmu-eil  .-ind .is yel there is no word of I lml  &W lux." Kir Wilfrid hns lnnl four  yenr-: now to fulril hi.-* solemn nnte-  eleelion deelnr.-ilion lo i lie electors of  litis provinei". This is one of his  promissory iki'm, whii-li isjietlinun  trifle overdue. Sir Wilfrid could if he  wun led to, do every! hiii'l thut Ml*.  At'ti-Iin is (.oitifv l.hromch the motions  of iliiinir to cilch thfe tvnllerv. But.  Hit- Wilfrid docs not .ippurently wnnt.  Asa pnlilii'iil issue John hns proved  very convenient for liuo>vin:. dust, in  I he'eyus of t he elect ors. Kirsl we h>id  r.nurier plefltcitif; Inulself lo do some-  Lliinir with him. which he hurt not the  stn.illest intention of pot fni-ininp. and  now we have Martin vowing to do  soinelhiii). else wilh him, which he  knows very well he hns not the  slightest power lo piirform.  S. O. E. B. S. Church Parade  On Simdiiv evening Lodne Roynlty,  S. O. E- i*. S.. piundeil lo SI. Peter's  cliuifh tn nl tend divine service <if'_-ord  inur to the use of the nrdei' on the  nearest, Sunday to the Queen's birthday. 11ioui.h ninny iiietnhers were  unavoidnhly ahsent, theie w.is a <?ood  al tendance of the brethren. Kven  sonff was sung by Rev. Dr. Paget and  the choir and heartily taken up hy the  btothcrhond and con^rff.ntion. Archdeacon Pentreath. who arrived just in  time on the belated Saturday's No. 2.  preached the sermon. ITakinp: fur text  the words of the Psalmisl. -'Trust in  the Loid nnd lie doint? ������(>od: dwell in  Lhe land nnd verily thou sh.-ilt be f-d,"  the revel end }.eutleinau preiuhi-il a  most in*-pirinjr (lis-.otuse on the position and tint ies of Encli.-lnnan in the  Empire, puintinii out lhe hand of  Auui;;hl v God visibly displayed in the  past histoi j- of Kn .litid and lhe certain  conlidence.' wu li whicli l_n_;lishmen  may expect. His aid in the future, if  thi'v leinain ti-nelo the ground ideas  of loyally, freedom, lelision and duty,  which lie has implanted in the race.  A verse of the National Anthem was  siiin*_ after Ihe sermon. Diu-iiiR the  service spot-in I th.*iiiks*f������ivinp; was  olVered to Almitrhty God I'm the relief  of .Mafekin*!. At a ineetinK of the  Iniljre after the service avoteof thank*:  wns passed to the Aiclideacon and Di.  I'll "ft for the welcome extended by  llu*. chini-ii t" 'he linillieiliiu'd nnd  tho i-lo(]iient serinou of the pieai her of  the evenine;.  ?** f -J  li  a Erie S1" I ?T<4 ������*--'-'������h . & ������������-��������� v  THE LABOR MEETING.     | JOHANNESBURG NEXT !!  :{C-*C______31S2QSXXSSX  "bad? B*a:  -lejg_.'l������v__MTCT__n__g.._._>i. j.-. g������v^������������*nWTflT!  Mr. Frank   Craig Brought   out   as   the j  Labor Candidate in This Riding.        j  Although 'he meefciuf; in the interests of I he labor parly was i;nUi|i  on sliorl notice a very respectable  audiance liirned up in theopeia hou-e  on .Saturday nieht le .velcoine the  labor leader, Ralph Smith, and his  associates, \V. Woodman and T. L.  liawl hornwhaile, of Nanaimo, who  comnuueed their i.*.*uupaif;ii in the  upper country with this meelini; al  Kevelstoke. J, M. Kellie took the  chair and called first on Frank (Ji-uij.,  \V. Woodman and Thos. Tavlnr, tile  Conservative cnndidnle. Mr. Crui}?  drew ii gloomy pielui-e of the condii ion  of the woi-Uin^ iiinu and uitjed hi.-  hearers to cut loose from lhe old  parlies nnd vole for a su*ni*.ht labor  candidate. .Mr. Woodman dedal ed  lhat. Mr. .Martin had betrayed the confidence of the public ou the i|iie&tiiui  ol'Aaialie labor, and thai* in consequence of hi-> action llie U.iiisniuirs  were to-d.iy renpinga daily profit of  iJsiOUO. Sir. 'J'aylor, who was receiveil  with a. fieait.y il.^moii-stration of :ip-  plnii������c. alter a few eonrleous words of  welcome to Mr. Smith, said lhat he  had .studied the Xanaimo labor pi:>t-  I'orin aud could i-ee noi.hing in it lhat.  ihu Conservative pattv could not  endorse.  T. Ij. Ilawthornw iiaite made a long  and iiupassional appeal on behSif of  lhe working men of Nanaimo and the  New Vancouver Coal Co.. lo whom  the defeat, a*' Ptemier Martin was a  mailer of life and death. He stated  that at. a labor convention held in  Vancouver, at which .0 unions were  1-epresent.ed by 150 delegates only i  voles were cast in Mr.  .Martin's favor.  Ralph Smith's speech was ahno-it  entirely taken up wilh adeclai-alion of  the. reasons, which has compelled him  to withdraw his confidence from Mr.  Mm-liii. Air. Martin's broken pledges  were on one hand and his plilfoiin on  the other. Whilst looking at the plal-  foim he remembered the broken  pledges and was convinced that he had  no intention of carryin-n it out. ^'.r.  Smith i.ave the. real history of the  much talked olV attempt at a coalition  between the Semlin ��������� aiid Turner  parties at tlie end of Inst session, whicli  certainly varied considerably from the  popular version, but for which he  produced documents in proof. Tlie  Semlin party had rejected Mi". Turners  unsolicited olfer of a coalition, lust,  Mr. Miirtiii had appealed totheTurcier  paity to help him to'foi-in his government.  At the close of the public meeting,  a lalior convention was held at which  :>2 cast their ballots, with the result  that a nomination was tendeied to  Frank Crai*_; to contest this constituency as-,a labor candidate, .which  lie accepted.  ���������We've planned a vrry " paying " list for you if you come to make  your choice before tlie quantity on hand are all pone. The-variety  of goods thus offoruf) inuhulos nearly all the Spring sl-vles in vc'-u'e  and you'll be delighted with the high values, but come early to be  sure ofihern, . -  Five pieces new Spring colorings, Amazon cloth suitings, pure  wool. \\ in������h->s wide, witli correct weight I'.iv tipiing costumes ���������  spcci.ii : : $ j >0o  ^ive pieces now black Jnncy fabrics, silk and Mohnir, raised  effects; be.mtil'uHy finished, small and large designs, fast blnck.  This material will make a Nobby Skirt or handsome dress, 42 in.  wide.-  ��������� Spe< i,-i.i.  Our Final Shipment  i  JL_J_.-U.to  :iin:  These da;nlv corded muslins are more  popular t!ia11   ever. This purlieu Inr quality comes Irom the maker  direct to thi:**- Store. As ijiis is the last of these  superfine (roods we expect lo receive it willOie wise to  make a special trip to see. these on Wednesday. Ten  lib ies new niu-lins, width 30 inches. The si vies are  pari iculni ly dainty many small spots and little  fifrnreil patterns ,lhat are always wanted for children's wear: t lieu there are plain and fancy striped  desijins, white or colored'..rounils. splendid washin;;  flood.-,. Elsewhere ii similar, though inferior qu.ilii v.  sells at-20c.    Our special price I5c  Ladies' Up-to-Date  .Sailor Hats  X" Hendprear so appropriate for warm weather wear  ns the most natty teady to wear Sailor iTnts, and this  season they nre fjnimr to he more popular than evo*.  XVo never bad so lai-^e a stock or so many varieties  as now. All the correct, American styles are here  and prices lhat will please yon if anything will.  English Brussels  for 60c.  \ Not nn every day offer, bul, a special Wednesday  occasion, that, will lu-inft many a prudent, buyer here  at eipht, o'clock. The savinir is well worlh appropriating whether on the Brussels oro the Union earn"!,  and splendid oil cloth reduction cover up the ililfei'-  ence between the regular and   Wednesday   prices  ().)  i   what you need and  tome i-iirly enough  to  make  it  ,   yours.  ��������� 100 Yards English rirnsseis of clioice desieru and  I i-oloi-iiiir i;iio.l*s. worth 70c. and 75c. to deal Wcdnes-  !  day per yaid at. (50c.  ��������� One.Hundred and Fiftv Yards S.iper Union Reversible Carpet, "(i inch-*'S wide: a. full raii'ri.  of all that i.s  !   iinn.*,', in desi<_n- and colorin*j;ssuitab)e for bedrooms  Reicular price Gjc:   Special foi   Wednesday per yard  ;   at : 50c  Two Ilundied S(jirire Ynids Extra Heavy Canadian  Oil Cloth, all widths up to 2 yards, in new floral and  black de-icn*��������������������������� --nleiVdid weiirinic cloth���������worth 50c.  Special for Wednesday per yard al -10c  'Guaranteed  Kid Gloves  "Newest shn.les. pre! I ies!. styles, houm'l to Rive en-  diii'ing satisfaction. Entmirh diO'ereiil, pricings to  he sure of���������just the si vie and (j-.i-ilil.y yon prefer and  no possibility ofdissatisfaction because our (.uarantee  <roe_ with each pair. Those who have (.-clove needs  for Wednesday or any other day can choo-e here from  the linesl and mosl varied selections and yet at most  moderate cost.  Ladies' French Kid Gloves, line quality, "Fnivns"  festoon se.winp;, ijiisset (infers, three strand, newest  embroidery; in while and black welts. '_ dome fastener, all new shades, in tans and blacks, and every  pair guaranteed.    l-Vrpair  $1.2..  Ladies' J.'ine French Kid (.iloves. l'nris point, embroidery backs, self well and gusset (iiiKPrs, 2 dome  fasteners.    .Special per pair ftl 00  Plain or  Fancy Stocking's  All the new and pretty ideas for .Summer Hosiery  are on hand and no belter lime for choosii.ir them  than now before any nf the most, pleasing lines are.  exhausted. You will (ind innny popular styles in  both cotton and lisle and reliable lines fif, Oaslimere.  for those who preler t hem. Some few ile.sci'ipl.iotis  will interest you.  I/idies'Lace Ankle and All-Over Lace Lisle.,Thread  llose. very latest'desisus, special heel and toe, Hermsdorf dye.    Special fi_c  Ladies'Plain. Klac-U Lisle Thread Hos". double heel  and toe, full fashioned, liermsdorl' Dye, extra lino  o mil ity and finish.    Extra Special Value 25c  Ladies' Lace Ankle and Fancy All-Over Drop Stitch  I-llack Cotton Hose, made nl extra line Maco Tlnead  Yain, new riesii_.li**. double heel and toe, Herinsdoi f  dye.    Special at 95c. or three pairs foi iiil 00  Ladies' Plain Black Cashmere Hose, double heel and  toe, full fashioned, pond medium weight, at 115c. oi*_  pairs for SI.CO  (HF-BOURNE  BRO  $.J& pvpr_fy-_y__iwy������p_^ fm^'i'vrLrfrr-t^^rr -,t^i:____:_������_ ;_ _q J'_j> ^ ���������^g^^rrwrrzr^j^^wy^rrj^rGt  THE CITY CCUKCiL  British Cavalry Within a Day's  March of the Mining City  BOERS ABANDONING] PRETORIA  itet as usual on Friday. All pivcuut  except Aid. Curdoii.  ailtKESPONDKXCE.  From C. .M. Field stating rates and  preiniuuis for accident insurance for  lhe fire brigade iu the Ocean Accident,  _c Guarantee Corporation of London,  1-Jng.. fyled; from \V M. .Mac-ICinnon.  slating his terms for miking a tep-u-l  on the plant ofthe K. \V. V. ii L. Co..  nl $20 per day and $250for llio lepori.  fyled; I'i om the citv solicitor respeeling  the last report of Supt. Ducliesnay ou  the railway crossing iiueslmn and his  own opinion ou Lhe advisabiliiv of  lighting, t.he company io get a level  crossing at Douglas street.  THE iUIt'.VAV CKOSblKG.  In brief Air. Duchesnay now ui:er_  to improve the ur.dercros.ing at present, in use at the east end of the bridge  without any expense to tho c'.ty. The  company will grade Yieloriii load  from the end of Front street lo the  river bank, lower tlie crn-sing at the  bridge, ci ib up the bank so as to nml;.;  it perfectly safe, put a railing along  the river and grade np the road along  llu* right-of-way on the oilier side of  the track lo a point opposite the end  ol'-Fi-itit.-NU'oe.l���������--Tho-csimpatiy-wi!!-do  this at their own expense ot they will  allow the city lo pat in an under-  crossing nt the end of Front slreel at.  I he cily's expense, in view of the  lirst oiler to the company and the  extreme uncertainty and large expense of an appeal* lo iho railway,  committee to force the company in  grant a level* crossing at JJouglas  street, the city -solicitor advised the  city to avoid a'contest, on this  point.  ihe report of the special committee  on Iho railway crossing regarded thu  reply of the.C. P. li. officials as  urisiil inl'aclory and asked llie council  lo employ a surveyor to prepare plan-  and pioliles of tlu.' pioposeil crossing  and also lo call any >vitnes-es or take  any at"ldnvit.s which may bo required  to liring .tile matter lo a conclusion  before the railway comniiltee nt  Ottawa, t he expense to he borne out  or tho civic funds. This report was  rcjeeled. Aye.-. Aid. Abraham-oil  arid Peterson: Nay;-*. Aid. Patrick.  Jvilpal.rl.ck and Newman.  With reference lo a (.onimiinication  of t.he Revelstoke and Hig Heud Telephone Co.. regai ding their proposed  new line of telephone poii's in tin*city,  amotion was carried io���������iiolify the  (iiiiipniiy lhat, the council intend  passing a bylaw tegulaling the erection of poles and wiies in Lhe ciiy  and requesting them to delay the  erection of new poles pending il*>  passing.  A report of the P. W. committee  recommending payment for the painting of the. lire half was adopted.  $2."> -.*. as voted lownriU providing  the baud on' Thursday's celebration.  Aid. Peler.-jon alone dissenting.  The council then urijoui'iiid.  Particulars of the Last Desperate Fight  s.l Mafeking Before the Release.���������  Buller Forcing the Passage' Into the  Transvaal by Majuba and Laing's  Nek.���������Treading on the Enemy's Tail.  ���������An Epidemic o.' Surrenders,  London. .May 22. (3:15 a.m )���������Britisli-  horsemen, according lo .*_ (let-patch-  from Lorenzo Mat que.--, are now close"  lo the Yaal river, and within iO miles'  of Johannesburg.  The migration from Pretoria has  begun. Women and children are being"  senc in trains to Aiachadadorp. Trains  ire arriving at Lorenso ."Marques filled  with passengers.  In the operations around Alafeking'  the Boers lost about 150, while the  British casualties were under 20.  The congestion of tr.iflic at Smaldeet'  delays Lord P.obeiIs" advance, but his  cavalry continues active through a  wide radius east and southeast of  ivroonsdat. It is improbable that  there will be any desperate defence,  south of Pretoria and even thp capital  it .elf is likely to he e.vaciiated.  Baden-Powell will probably got mi  important command with a. temporarv  riitik of lieuu-nant-gc-nei-al and so goes"  ahead of a long list of seniors.  Full particulars are to  hand of the  big scoop of Jjners including KrugeiV  grandson at ihc-Kioruiing of Mafeking-  on    Slay   I'i.     Baden-Powell    reportV  th.it before dawn on the. 13tb the Boer  storming parly 2.0 slromr, rushed tho"  pickels and    reached   the  Staat and  protectorate camp'froin the westward,*  a strong Boer musketry   (lomnnstra.  tion   being  made   along   the   eastern'  position.    The British   western   posts'  closed in and stopped  the   Boer sup-"  .ports following,  thus cutting off thu*  retreat   of the  storming   party.    The'  Boer  force   got.' "divided    during   the'-  nittht  and   a   strong    British -' force  rushed   in .between   them* eventually'  complcU'iy   surrounding   ihein.     The'  fitriiling continued all day long.'   Soon-  after niirhlfall ilic'two Boer forcessnr-"  rendered and the third was driven out  of Staat under a heavy (ire.    The Boer' -  (lead and 10 wo,indeil-*wei:-������ left"6ti.the'~  field   atic'i  10S   prisoners were' taken,-"  including   Klnfl.   ICruger's   grandson,*  and nine ollieers.    Seventeen  French-'  men and many   Germans   are > among'  the prisoners.   The tot;*.] British losses'  were six killed and  two  officers   and"  nine men wounded.  LONDON. May 39.���������General Buller"  wires from Newcastle that. Gen. Cleary  moved tn [ngogo today, AiaylOth. anil'  General Dundonald to Lamp's Nck.-  They almost caught np with the tail  end of the enemy's column ami have"  captured a few prisoners and wagons.  The British are  marching splondidlv.  London, May 20.-4:15 (a.m.)���������The'  usual Saturday night's silence covers*  the sent of war. Cables are mainly'  composed of icports of the enthusf-"  nslic jubilation at various points over'  the relief of Mafeking.  Gen.  T.undle   reached  Trommel  on*  Friday.     Commander Olivier's  Commando is several  days  ahead   of hinr  but strong patrols of Boers are waicli-  incr Rundle".-- movements.  Pketoria. Slay 20.���������It ds- officially*  announced that Jo'nannrshurg will be  defended. Commander Botha reports  that, the burgher.- are joining him in'  great numbers. Yiede has bee'li pro-"  ciainiod the cipita! of the  Free State.  London. .May 20.���������(U-.5.. p.m.)���������The  \Vi(Y office lias announced that Lord  Roberts     has    not     yet    received an.  -o_ae..-il__������fo!-niist!on���������of-M-lie���������relie.f���������"o������^  Mafeking.  London. Slay 20.���������A special despalcb.  from Kroonstad says thai, Commander'  Dewet ha:-, sent word   that he  is  pre-  paied to S'.iirc-nder conditionally   with  his entire commando of 1.000 men. lie*  stip-.ilajes     that,   liis   men   shall.be."  llowed to ret urn to their farms.    Gen.  Robeits   replied   that  must, be unconditional.  the   surrender"  Ikindon. Slay 21, (3:10 a.m.���������The.'  following despatch in the most conspicuous style in the Daily Kxprts-? i ."  lhe dominant news of tlie morning:-  "We h-'.ve best reason for staling that  in the \n<t 0A hours a telegram has  been received at lhe foreign ollice.*  addre.-sed personally lo llni prime'  minister. The cxa"_t terms of tho'  message cannot, he st.-tt-'d at present,  but. is we believe couched in nn exceedingly humble strain. It is inconceivable, of cniii.-e. that Lord Salisbury  can Ivive sent any reply except, the'  one lhat, stands ready on the lips of  every Briton; "n I. conditional Snr-*  render."  London. May 21.���������A despatch In the'  Daily .Mail fiom Lmenzo Maiques,  dined Sunday says:' On Thur-day Uie  entire Boer force atouiid SL'fe'kintr.*  including the guns was captured hy-'  the British.  General Merchants  Revelstoke, B, O. |  i % ft5*������-_M*;>_������*>^A^>^_*.**^_y>^_i^^ 9&>>?*Sf?*L^J^9*'������Jt&]H&Jt9&JI&i  Queen's Birthday Celebration.  There was only a small attendance  at lhe Queen's birthday general committee meeting- summoned for la-*-t  night, in No. 2 fiie hall. Close on _:_00  has been subscribed forthecelebration.  $25 was approjiriated for a prize to the  lug of war and $20 to tne ba-.eball  match. The employes in the C.P.li.  shops have exceeded their promised  amount of $50 for the root hnll match,  which with the SS2.") already appropii-  ated will make si i<,������poc!���������'hlo pniso  for that event. $23 was appropriated  for first and second prizes for the best  float in the pa rule. An .'ingeinents  have been made to mpe and stake the  gnu club grounds where the games  and sports wili take place and to  provide sealing ,*..ccoumiodntiun for  the spectators.    .  By  have  shadow  was tin  side of South  Not a Bit Too" Previous  ;'ue newspaper reports which'  now at rived then; is not a.  of a doubt that Revelstoke*  ir-i.city in the Empire out-  \frica lo celebrate the  relief of Mafeking. Even London1  did not get, at it, till Friday and our'  belated --ister cities on 'the coast  thought Revelstoke was ahead of time"  altogether.  NOTICE.  All Orangemen are requested to*  meet at tne. lodge room at 8 o'clock  a.m. on Thursday. Slay 2-lth, to take  part in Societies' parade. Visiting"  brethren sppciallv invited.  T. Steed'. W. M..  XV. G. BriiNiiY. It. S��������� pro lem;  Trout Lake Boys Are Coming.  B. R. Campbell, secretary to the"  rpiehr,.iii_n committee, has received  the following wire from J. J. I_aiit;-  staff of tho Topic:  Trout J,ake, May 22. The foot half  te.ini nnd gun club will Goth be \\*  Revelstoke on the 21th, w  ... -,.,*,, ...-.* . ���������.F'/l'-i.-igr-i.r"  If?'  I  iii;  ���������avnBncMBnmuennn&HlwmB  HVMiaBaaaKHBKXKidKM  luBjiiimnwmmMwiw  KmnumivwMU'  . u. .^_,irt_a j^-^^jt������Vj|  S!  :alcl  title   pajre.  (.nonpai'ioli  5c   for  eacl-  Published in the interest:;  (t  Revelstoke, Laredau,  Bis l*..*:u'i. '"rout  Lake,  Illicillewaet,  Albert  Canyon,  Jordan    Pass    and    Easle  Pass  Districts  A.  JOHNSON I'llOPlUETOR  A   semi-Weekly   Journal,   published  :>_^em-,i_i-_sts   ot     KevelstoUe   , and  C-*a   surrountlins   districts,    "A 011111=-  iivs   and   Saturdays,   makias   c.oseot  .onnections  wilh  all  trains.  iriv^rri=in'-    Rates:       Display   ails,  tlio per inch,  single column.. J3.00.per  Uiche-   when   inserted    on  i_r____l  ads,   10c  per    incli  ^l^Lf^iSi0,^a|n^ioU^:  lus   per  line   c-ach   issue.    --*1'���������*-���������������   ���������Mal  riage and Death nonces, Ii������.t.  Subscription Kates: Vy "%������ &  carrier St per annum; >l.-2o l01 sli-  nionths. strictly In advance.  Our Job Department. IHE *"^RAb^  Job  Department   is   one  ot   the    tu^c  ^N._^^^^������--^^1  for   us      Vail   orders   promptly   at-  ���������wnded   to.    Give   us  a trial  on  your  n-xi   order. .        ' '     ���������  To correspondents*.. Wo invite cor-,  r Joondenc������ on any subject of intor-  responcenc ^        public,   -ind  des re  I -eliib e   coiVespondeiu   in   every   lo-  r^iltv  surounding  Kevelstoke.    In oil  bona   fide   name     of     tlio  issues   of  tho  en'mpaigii   In  impcrial-  i.,i'.i. in   racial   jealousy,   and   in    the  tariff.  The coming elections will be fought  keenly, ar.d a majority of fifty cither  way docs not seem probable. The  loa'iiipuU-.tloii of the issues, equally  wi'.h the issues themselves, will  mart; out the victors. A name to  conjure with, obscuring isstws and  thawing men l.y the force of sheer  attraction, is not readily discernible  on  either  side.   o   THE   POOR   DOUKHOI-30KS!  .-LV.   dU'J.'..j  "TO   I  Tlie  iu   Mh  ready  r.Wr*  .AND   TO  HOLD."  author  of   this    romantic,  story  s    .Mary  Joliuston   who     is   al-  \v,-*ll   known   to   readers   of-Ilc-  k.itoi"  of tho  _Montreal  Wit-  callty  cases   the  __Ht������-   must   accompany   i"-.."-"-"  oJj  not  necessarily  for publication.  Address  all  communications  KEVELSTOKE   HERALD  _ ��������� O :���������  Notice to  Correspondents  1 Ml correspondence must be legibly written on one side rf tbe paper  only. '���������' .      '  *-. Correspondence containing .iei-  -sonkl matter must be signed with the  proper name o������ the writ*-*r.  3. Correspondence with .rsfaroucn  to anything that lias awarttn another paper must first b. ���������>fire, for  publication to that pancr ehf.a.. it  can  appear in THE  KEP..M.O  CAHftDIAM POLITICO  :.-   A writer in the Canadian Magazine  ��������� who calls himself a Political Onlooker  is  of* opinion  that  the    issues  iipon  which the great political parties must  shortly  face ona another are already-,  ia  process    of  crystallization.      The  two  old  parties find    themselves   .in  undisturbed   possession   of   the -field..:  The  threatened  eruption    ofJ a-third  party, a farmer's party, has subsided.  The" Liberals  and  the*.Conservatives;  ���������...'.���������however,.'' -no, longer   represent   ex-*:  actlv  what they did  when the electors last went to the; polls.    Each; had  /gained.: each had  lost,  something.  ;.*':*   The  Conservatives, are: not.  as   be-  ''"'���������'���������.fore, -the;'chanipions . xf     protection,  -against a radical; onslaught.:    Oa the  : other ;hand,, the.schism caused by the;  'school question fcas.in a  larsEmeas-  Vtire, healed. Sir Charles Tupper, both  ::"*in-!vigor;:anMadroitness,:*ia^ apt ;been  ;/foiind. Wanting, arid ;lias repaired,* tlw:  "fallen.fortunes of his:party with tin-.  /il^doubted^slcilK^^Sufferins'as they;do  "in- arid out ofy parliament for lad*: ;,of'  /: fresh! re irifbrceraents of capable ;;meT!,  ;;.the;, Cprisen-atiyesshave  beeii  ableto  "presei-ve:a certain continuity,: of pol-  *    ic>%;and ;to, avoid: .such,.serious'  ���������takes   as "would ".compromise ;  ��������� : hopelessly, in. the; country,    v.';"  r *.;-;' The"losses:.in^  :als   are, not; less-remarkable.      The  ,- vehement .forces  that stoutly; fought  - .protection,  for ��������� -.'���������..twenty ' . years     caii  .not  today.be. rallied    by  the  same  cries.     That. .���������'scrupulous   regard .; ior  ; /rigid .econcmy     and.    other  Utopian  ���������  measures  /favored .   by   a   courageous.  :   'and.���������'.���������.irresponsible  *   opposition     are  pushed, aside  by  the. exigencies  of a  '������������������'. constructive   policy.      A    more...vital  ..���������point  is. the   hesitancy; in   endorsing  ; ; ,n_w.;:departures  by    the :';: leaders",'���������*'.'.si  "slight   timidity  in    adapting    them-  ;';;;; selves to.sudden; and unforseen emergencies.3    Allowing for. all these ; fac-  ;:''��������������������������� tors.', it-is'*;, probable ;that;\ the ^Liberal  ; party  is  at the  zenith of its  power.  Sir Wilfrid. Laurier has not : de-.'1'mc'"  in popularity with.ihe English electors.   The imperial element,    pro-.a to  -passion   iii   its   resentments   and.. -t-'  ;. tacriments.  has' been ' soothed.  -,nis-  them  cdmmerical  conduion^f'Tire-cdtmiry-1  is sound and healthy,- and few individual   electors  are     above  the   weakness  of ascribing good times or bad  ; crops'.to a government.  .As  an   issue,   the  *, tariff    liusjoot  -~vholl_    disappeared.  That   the   agitation for iower duties "will once mora  blaze   into   discontent .  is   extremely  improbable.      A    more     i-onc-c-ivabie  extension   of .the imperial: movement  in   Canada  is  noi.trade  but defer..**?.  .The   despatch.of   forces   to   join   ihe  British  army  at  the Cape is ra'pidiy  iorcingthis issue to the front. Such  a  policy  would  be liailod with    ra-  -/iusiasni in England. a:i ef/art not to  be despised even for the has*.- motive  C<  commercial   benefit.    L'oth  parties  here would not ordinariiy be blow in  seizing   such   an    opi-ortunity.      The  Coriservtrtives   would ". respond   rr.Jire  unitedly   perhaps:   but   the     Libera;**;  pessess  the' advantage  of  being .IMm  to act.    The   obstacle,   that confront.*;  the Liberals in   presenting   a careful:;/  thought out plan of imperial defence  merits  I'.uention;    "It  will   figure    in  the campaign.  vFrom .'acial or religious corarr.otion  in one. form or another, we are never  entirely free. , Like disestablishment  or the abolition of the house of lords  in England, it crops ur> periodically.  The French Canadians are so ��������� conspicuous an element in the Liberal  party that a counter movement would  inevitably in time define Itself. To  concentrate and use such an agitation is hazardous. No political leader of eminence cares lo undertake it.  The French. Canadian attitude to-  ivard tho imperial ���������v.-ars calls for  dijJfoniatic handling, and the Liberals  are to* some extent hampered in dcal-  "ias with imperial obligations of a  iarg5 chci-^*:ter on this account. IIow  tzr, thersfo!-... ihe government can  refiec't the British sentirnent and retain 'its' own following;* the future  alone wiii show. There are,of ccurst.  minor :.-.iues. In the main, however,  wc shall  find the    i_.:ti_rininiiig  (To   the  nes:-):  Sir:  In  your    issue.of April    10 ap-  iicars. a* telegram  announcing  the xle-  liurlure'  of   a   number   of   Doukhobors  from  Manitoba to Southern  California  ,o  work at  uO  cents  a day.     I  would  advise  them   io stay where   they are.  My   10   years    resiclcnco    in   Southern  California   enables'   me.   1   believe,"  lj  tender them sfootl advice.    The powers  lhat  are   working  the  scheme   to  get  these*  settlers  away  from  Canada   arc-  ��������� tne   railways,   employment  agents and  b-.et '. ugar  symlicates.   who   look  only  ..>   their   own    interests.       The  wage;  ".'lorod   them, is  so  absurdly  low  that  ���������iven Chiaiuiien, Mexicans and children  of  poor  white . noople  reject  it,  and. if  (.'.use not)!- Doukhobors are so foolish  as   to   have    Canada   for   these   pans  v'bev   will   be   sorry   for   it,   and' wis.i  they   had   never    left   their    northern  homes.      White     laborers.     Chinamen  ZMc-'cicar..'-*. etc.,who constitute, the labc/r  forces c������ the'huge .best;sukar factories  here*,  'get-, from  $1.2",   to Jii.fiO  per day.  So  you  will  see the    reason  why the  companies  are  so    anxious   to   import  cheap    labor   into    these    parts.      The  railways also have a great interest in  this   movement.       The   traliic   is   not  the only thing..  They have lands they  want, to sell; to'* the new comers, lands  that, are   without, water   and   dp   not  pay. working unless irrigated.    It is a  well   known     saying  here     (hat; 'land  without irrigating water is worthless.'  To get water to irrigale reciuires great  capital,   ��������� and  '.;..organization,      which,  these   poor,   ignorant   people   are   not  able  to. ': furnish���������this '.: I ,1udge from  their   willingness   to   accept   00   cents  a day for their labor,  which will last  only about  half of  the year,  and  include  Sunday if    they work   .on beet  sugar lands or in the factories. Seven  days a' week at 50 ctnts a day foi-;*si.x  iiiuiitlisa year!  How can a man wilh  a t'a.miiy subsist on such a paltry pit-  laiiee'.'   : "Wont fur laoorers is hard  to  tind   at   any "time,  as . the .supply   ex-  coeds  the ..'demand; the  year round.  It  may, be-too cold    during some  part or  the* year in _lanitoba; for; these hardy  'People,  but-toconie   to Southern. California. _or to any other: j>art;pi", California..  as   the   case : may   be,.^ is- only,  fcettins .out. of; the. frying pan Jn to : the.  [ire.���������'-���������-; They;-'would;  find, California, top  dry.' and    in -the; suiiimer-too'hot  in  .ihu. Interior. ,"if; they :.haye,:lieaith.:,arid  ��������� -streriffth:-to --.work'"- in* ,:Canada.:,'their  fru.ritis should do all tlisy can to, per-  siiacie them to 'stay, for it is really���������', to  tiieii-interesis.to do so. and craelti-.to  [lers'uatic'*.them to leave, that country,  w*ii:eh ifioslly  rcsoniljies  the* one   they  come from in climate,.agriculture, etc.  .The:.only.'parties'.whti'will gain by. this  exodus oi Doukhobors aue,the railway  coiuDanles,:   beet   sugar .'-factories   and  employment ,  agents,   who    'have     the  least pity foi*, the unfortunate.  Southern California is,a. paradise for  those:, v.'hoiire in feeble health and  have the means to buy. a home. ,but  for...the*"poor.'.laborer, depending on his  work for a living, it is'not. what tii-  terested parties "represent ..it, to .lie.  We have already more .laborers than  can  find  work, at  living "wages. ���������.'.  Only, a few weeks ago the papers o������  Lus  Angeles   announced,    the'   arrival  iiere' ot'   deiegates   from ' Mani.oba   of  the   Doukhobors   Seeking :'��������� large   tracts  ot"   land   tor   colonization.       'the   railways showed   ;them .: every    attention:  and   carried   them   about   to. see   the  lauds  the  railways  had  for sale.   The  (ielcST-Ates came when we: had our rains  and the-country was   then lovely, with  its   hiantle  of  greea    and    flovvers .I'n  iiiid-v.inter.    The beet fields wire just  starting   .and .sumo..show   of  busin-ess  wusniade in tiie* faclurles.. The Douk-  ho'bors  .were    captivated.     They .said  thev  had  at   last' found' their, tarUi.y  paradise-. TiieyfAas'.eiiid back to Manitoba   to  proclaim   the   good   news.     If  Tl*ttrs*^lSvu=Troninr~'jTrs t    it0iX"'^(_iv-prri-=fS7!  they   would   hardly    know: the   place*.  No   rain  has   fallen  since,, they  were  here, and all is parched  a.nd dried  up  ���������all  the  land  that  has  nnt in*igat:o:i  faciluic-.s.; The beets n_>ai'* tha coast-are  doiiurVfalrly  well    with    the:   help  or  Gcaan :fogs.  but  inland    the .   thing is  differe-nl���������barley. Is only a few   inches  .high and tiulte' dried up. and .���������''used for  pasture,   ..To   judg.2: the   land   purins  a brief  we-t winter is  very  deceptive.;  Thev   should   see   it in', the, summer,  "ivl-.en one can. judge  as to the  iriols-  't'lii-f*  In "lhe soil  that  will  sustain  th*--  vegetation.     "I   hitve    til way's .ajvisedi  friends   to, buy  Jand   that    hiis  wai.r  to   irrigale.   and   not    de|>end    on   the  rair.s for'cropK.; This is the third jnar  of  defective  rain   fall,  and poor  crop:*,  are 'the   rt.-uilt.       All     our     fruit   orchards   '.vhlcu    produce    .iiip'rnl.yia  re-  tur.-ia ai**_   irrigated the year round at  ;;reat  e:*.peu.*-.e.     These  lands  arc  hls'ii  in   [uifie,   ranging   from   S-00 'to   S1.W������.|  ,-jii   acre.       f-Jo  doubt  the   poor   Do.ik-  hohors   v.-'r*..* * uliotvn   railway lands  a.  i\.'t.'i an "a.-re,  fii-.t|   were  a.stonishe.i  at.  the cheapness, but -such iii.nds are dear  ?!t* iiay p.'''*e unless iiaial for.mining or  stock     jaising,     that     require     much  capliai.  I am proi'_i>U:(l to" write'-ijius in th,.-  hope th.';t it ". will save somo poor  fiCO'y.s'i-tyo'.n suffering and disappointment. Let the truth be known.  'Southern''' California, as well as Canada.  v/.II   be.  benefltto'l    by  only'the.  lion   from   her   earlier   success   'Ti'is-  oncr   of   Hope."       This   latter   was   a  most   artistically   treated   s'ory   which  brought  Its   talented  authoress  at  one  bound   from   obscurity    to   fame.    .Indeed. \v,   read "To Have and.To Hold"  because     we    had     previously   known  and appreciated its author.     Nor were  we at nil disappointed,  for the book is  fully   up   to   1C   not   better    than    *lil-.*r  former   story.     The   secii,.     is   laid  in  Virginia lit those   early days  when  as  :i  jjrillsh colony  it  was    named  after  iCngiand's   virgin, queen.     The   period  is   full   of   romance   and   history,   and"  in   the   hands   of   Miss   Johnston,   who  is  herself a Virginia girl,  a story has  keen    wrought    which     for       graphic  power and thrilling romance has very-  few  equals.   Love, '-war. and adventure  by   land   and   sea   are   Its   chief   components. .Stirring,    incidents      are  woven together so as. to make a clear,  conei.*-::-*.  and    charming   book.        *Hveri  th.;-. most    phlegmatic    reader    cannot  but   be  stirred   in   the. perusal   of historical  and  familiar  incidents  and  recalled as it were from  times dead and  well nigh forgotten.     The book is altogether   a.   most, .attractive   one,   and  will* !;.? enjoyed' by 'many-thousands  of  readers.      It   is   published  by  Geo.   A.  Morang   <!_   Co..   of   ,.Toronto,    and   Ils  make  up  and   well  executed    illustrations   Is. most   creditable   to   that   enterprising   linn..  could   not   well     have   done     without.  ..;a.:y  of  the  principal scenes  are laid *  in Taris.  tha    descriptive  bits of  that  wonderful   city   making   graphic   word  pictures.  Published by the Copp,  Clark  Company,   Limited,  Toronto.  vnnr   liver   It   wll  :'.v   .   :0.   by.  '..-.-  and you'll   liv������  --..-1  don't  get  ex-  .,   fret you  los.*. a  "THE -REALIST." .  In this fascinating novtl, :"lr, Herbert : Flowerdow .'." has concei\*i:d a.  ���������theme entirely . new in tlie realm of  Ilction. Auguse Zant. The Realist, is  a, -French novelist who: has come to  iOnglar.d in order, to gather material  for an Kngllsh. novel: ., His modus-  operandi  he describes thus:  "Hy method is.to plan cut a dramatic, story as the. idealist does, and  reconstruct 'its'* leading positions artificially, i a. order "to describe them: with  flv; realist's fidelity. If r introduce:a,  case of slow poisoning, a doctor, of  collrsc, could give me the symptoms.'  "iuose noveiisis are content with that.  . ."-;"i should poison a man and  watch him studiously, "living with him  and. sharing his thoughts. I, did so  ..in  v.-iit.'ag ;La Femme.' "���������'������������������"  liis: real   method,, however.- is  much  more  artistic,   arid 'in "the  above  case  v.'oiuu  h':ive    consisted   , In   p'jrsaadihg  the liiaiifto..���������_>. lieve he was being, pcis-  oheu, "nianasing  it.' with  sucn   lieiuiis..  .ageaiuty .iis to deceive even the i^a^e,r.  as::ii> * his   real������������������'   coiiuunKi. :   Througu  long  iii :xctiee   and ;.*---xi>erier.ce   he -was;.  a.oi _  to calculate a inaryeiloua iiicecy  M'hat a particular   jie'rs'oh.. would- __b:.i.i*,,  think .under gi veil  circumstances, "and  'so,; by  veiling':his .real  objective  point  oy   elaborate ��������� feinls^'he     .construl.ed  cii-cuiiistaiiees ;so ;that,: his : specnhens.i  voiuiiLariiy'.;.:,jierioi'ii_s:il  exactly; the cy-  o:uuo;,_*.--wniCh, he.-V-pUianed.!. .:uut-ioi:  ithei_iV'*;' Srhi'le; Tlie -.: ileai'i'st':;--olisii-*i*;e*t['**;  tlie.a Sccrt _iy: Liy, devices l_es.d;es iviLca  -the  X: ray is: a  child's, to;.-. - In' this:  ..ay   i;0 :':eoiisti-'ucts'';.:a   cornpiele: ro-  ���������iiiai.ee. Wiiae-vir. FiOW,_rae*.y. (,ieSci*loe_  .. iLii   a ���������   vividness ���������: :a:ul ; reality;,  that:  :.iai;es. The .Keuiisl,;.. ue of  the; brigh t-  e-uf.  novels, yi^the scasiin . as-.,wc*li  as  iiie   ;iit..-i.   original.'".    The .'Co*,'_}.,^ 'Ciai'k*  J_ _i,i__i'iy,vLiii';iieU..-*;' ofV-^proato,"'������������������': lire  '-_.e: i.tiuiisners., :.     '*. '::'"::-:.  "JIKSIIRUECTION." I  In  this  story,  wliich by  the  way is |  intended   only   for    grown   up   people, [���������  for it     occasionally      suggests      ideas ;  which   might- as   Mr.   Podsnap   would i  say  "bring the  bush of shame to the j  cheek   of   the   Young .Person."   Count  Leo  Tolstoy  is   mure  Tolstoyan   than  ever.      That   he   is  a  literary   genius!  there can be no doubt, act in the book  before us ho has   given us a realistic  pic'.urc of  his unique style.     Tho resurrection is that of a young Russian  nobleman  who  having* run  the  whole  gamut of vice and sclf-indulgenc-a becomes almost noble in* his subsequent  virtue  and  self  denial.      The  heroine,  is one after  Tolstoy's own heart. We  have   met   her     before   in     mitigated  form,  but in Ttessuroetiori there is no  mincing  of matters  dealing  with  vice  or   the  actualities  of   life.      The  book  is a  striking  picture  of Russian   lite,  but it loaves a somewhat bad taste..in  oat-'s   mouth.    Still,   perhaps   for. thia'  reason   it  has  been  largely  read  and  much  criticized in Europe.' Certainly,  it is quite out  of the  beaten  track of  modern   Ilction.   and" although  lt   cannot  be  recommended  indiscriminately,  it is an earnest study   of certain con-  dl'.ior.s of life with which many people  are not wo are glad  to say,  familiar.  Those w-ho do not   object to read    of  peoplo who live in the atmosphere of  the   "half.world"   will   find   tho  book  entertaining.    Geo.  N.- Morang & Co.,  Toronto,  are: the .-publishers.  %.  l:',M  ���������'fiV  ;������������������.&  _. ,_*.__.. v,. r^^*n**S-.*^a*:^>lli,*_-_.  -, ,.i_Ju,  Wc;OKPt>W,������Vf SO l-SSTO  tinttiwvi-t <.iiWVMi������ra^vr������,<ri  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  ;_IAFEKIXG  The.*belts'..ire  rung, in  Mafeking*  "When shells are on the way.  The force,' though small, is quite alert,  ���������*,And  equal  to  the  fray.      ���������        .  A, distant'hill  reveals a flash, .  '. A   negro '.rings  the   bell,  A moment all  are lying low,     .  And then.the word's "All's well."  Powell  has ,shown  what Britons: "are;  Has  he:not  hold   his  own?   : -   :, ;  Such/men as.he are Britain's strength���������  Do ih.ty, not guard: the  throne?  Have they: not made our Empire greait?  -Oi:   which   ive   proudly  sing;  So let us' not forget the.'men. ."���������*;:"':"  ���������'���������.'���������Who yet..*hold   Mafeking.  la the leading newspaper or  tho great mining districts of  West Kootenay. It elves all  the latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  In authentic, reliable and tead-  ahlo articles from uiujuostloo  able information. It enjoy������  a largo circulation ntid l������ cm-  80-quently unequalled ft������ ���������*-*>  ailvertlBing medium in t������J  field in which it la publlnho.l  We'll ring: tho bells for Mafeking,  When  Mafeking  is   free:.  If" b,"i-ces ; we will .we'C'.'.nc' home,  ;''.AVhen crowned .with  victory.  .'���������'-.'���������'.- :��������� O-������������������������������������'' :'*.:  without ea'.ing*'i0 do.vs;  without* pure . air'five  SiIhsBription $2,00 Per Hnnifm  $1,25 For Six Months,  Striutly in Adyance.  Sample    Books   of the  Very Latest Wall Papers Can be Seen  Here   ���������������������������;.':.-������������������".  There's a wealth of style  representp.-d in these books,  such as rarely can be seen so  far West.. The prices too are  V'.-ry much belmy���������'���������',��������������� hat- you  would   expect  lor .such high  class goods.-;.:,;;.  Only p short time is required   in ; whicli   to -deliS'er the  papers; after receipt of order.  ;     Best   Canadian:;;Glimmer  Wall Papers in Blue,  Green, .      _ _^  Terra Gotta. Buff and Cream. Job    Printjllg    Department  It takes a foremost place in  tho race for prominence and  popularity with business  houses and as a consequence  does more business with  those requring printed stationery and office supplies than  any other printing   establish  ment In Eastern British Columbia. Tho class of worX  turned out has heen pronounced equal to any thing ot the  kind executed ln thc larfiu  cities by much larger prlnt-  eries.  Border and Ceilings  .���������to Match���������;.'������������������ 6c,  7c  /   and 8c per single roll  ;; Gilt wnli papers yei'y dainty  .** ,     *,*���������������������������_   foi*  parlors, hall, and! dining  is. stomach   and ',*���������- ���������      .'���������-,  ,'   ;    ... , *., _ P  rooms, with ceiling  er.to.;matoh.'*./v  ; 10c and 12iC:per  ���������;;���������;./';:;single roll;_X;-_3Cw  ;   We can-; also  supply  room  ;*These: bogus nutmegs: are prepared: mouldings;"? to * match any  by: eompressing a^niixture, of powder; ".i.^i-,.vf '-���������.-,11 .ionp,.:;n'>,,���������������,  ;made_;from;:;iuferior-nutmegs "and ,5n--^  earthy matter in a mould:;. They may; gilt; brbhze; gilt ilhd'burtuslied  :,l3Svi-ecognized :iiy .'���������; the;- following; char-;'-(j-j ] t' -*1':'* *: '"^ i'^*;**'.^    ;."*';;! :--*:,:-:''-'*'. .;,V: .  -':. 'Meh'-ea'n.liv  tbey; can t',f*d(  minutes .''*;;��������� '.'';',  : Let a; nian   abuse: ,,,._,.���������.���������  ._,.,., ...   .        , ,,....- -  .he'll ���������Ket-iflds-siy;   vross   to   his   family , rOOlliS.  With Celling tmd   bord-  aii.d;;r*> tci**the devil.. ���������',: '  : ;'.i:He -nc-v-cst    fraud.: to   be  imposed  on :ai���������iuiisiwiiectiiig*. public is the im-  ilatiun ; nutmeg, -which"...loqlis  so like;  the  real thing* that even experienced  grocers* are deceived: The British Food  '.Journal  exposes the : fraud . and 'says:  /xl: ii/::siv-i'*;:PiJ-Oi,'.'',.���������'*,-"���������).''       :".':.:: " ;-. -.-���������  11.-1'.: is  an  exeeeuinsiy.good . story,  exeeiioiitly.: well lota..... ..;.io i_.a'..w.ii6'"uyo  :.n, Uiorwesi ,the book; is.'*iiiost* liltrae-;  .ivu. ihe; scene **y of v: the' riky::_.il_.i-S:  .._.,..is   Luuiii-.ii^e  looc. iniis .ur :;.outii-  e. j. *  ;*. ;u_i*ia::*   ,   illc *   * iJiCiUreS     . ul'    Luc  >i.i o   -.i...ci <,i an .   cow" o.ihi.'.a d-.ta; \.i-^,  jiiUu���������ii*S   uiiu   lu.ill   Suu;._.   vl, ill.*;   *^>,..> ,  -.-,_i 'uh'o *.t>roves', htins'ili**: a* man .01  -.���������niaclV'tus.' w_u- as a Oiu'ist.ii.: ar-i  nt*.en. wiiii li iiuono auu_aus.iic. '\->i~  ���������..-a__ei.;.ii/.i .'which siioUiu ni^k..- t"-  .������������������juuit'.*'very*'' popular   ���������.ai.or.fc'    loVeis .o.;;  : '.,_ii-: (...tion: .   ..The. autaor,' -Vir.; _.t*i_,i;.iL,  '.:...! no i'i till ._.���������;, UUutU'.-*_i.yiiUc L. *.;_���������' i-o-^1. i.y  ���������..u !*'-_i'i*j*:..','p*j'v>p.e     oc; i*.-::._iii: ;.:i������:   Wl*.!.._. .  _.._     W1 *-^-^     U--* U\*e.   lU*Jil,:   .Iii-..*        Vi'UiiirJ;.,  ,s*r.ii_.r.. ol . li-_.^h a:*.u o;.>..u,' l-_.il o-  ������������������.in...     *J;..".;i     l;u,.;.^.-i .  a..-.! ' V'lvLi-v.-, , /.-I*.*  i-'Ov*:-:; ..r,:::ua-::s , :*.,*-..*.y-   t;x<;.:i.-i.-;.';,   ciia.--  <-.l';i.e;i* Hw-.i, ^.i':,;*.;.*-,. i.'.u.:.:; OL * l.il-....-. Si* <:... iri-*;*:  ..*,*     rcS-*;-.i...ii.i,*^   Tc.:,     i.e'^.-t-*'   W-.'-Oin'   wc  :._.Ve Ki...;*.*-"n  n;:n we at. once,'f.i.M_ii  acteris.tics:'.;,; TJy, cutting or. scraping: o  ���������.the hut tljjji'absence::.pf-all vegetable;;  .structure is at-ouco,noticeable;. treat-,:  'ciiv.-ith boiling: .water, for three, iiiiu-j  ;utes: the"false.;nuts ;.become' softened j  .and;;fall:; in: *. powder;,: under-.; pressure;.;  ;tlie:,false;:nuts;:.cohtaiii;:ll; to 18 per-:  : cent:, ash.*> ;th6 ':genuine, -only ���������'.���������'two'; to:  'three .per:cent;:,;,, the* artificial:;pries  are   heavier   than,-the -natural   ones,  -and the;mark of. the mould can often.,  :i.e: detected."-..::;: ���������;-:.���������������������������;���������* h;::'.:'.;;  5c,;6cV;7c^ Sc,;^arid  "10c,;per.;tpbt -'Z&X.  Is equipped with the latest  faces in type designs and all  worlc 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 tu  be the only printing houno In  the district but it does claim  to be  50  YEARS  EXPERIENCE.  JP:RDM,P.T'LY'*SECUREbl^  j ors ikip ar.rt "IJo'.v you aro swindled." }  ���������i ararlr.saroughskiitcli bi* reodtj. of yoar )"  *, iavcsitionor-iinprovcnioiit a mi we will tell } ,  ���������*. ynii froo our opinion us lo whether it, is )  \ tTobnbly patentable. AVo make a specialty \ \  ���������'. ...i application;! rejected in other hands. >.'.''  j KiiThesL roforenccs furnished.-���������.._:,. *.* 1 :  i ;: ErAItlOM & MAlillOM:*-.'.* ���������'    : ,:<' ���������  . S>AT3ST- SO_.ICITOTIS & SXPEHTS 5 *  *, Civil &. Moclnnlcal ._.npj3KCT9. GrarlnntOB of tho (':.'  :-. l'oirlechv.lc *-:cliool of Kiuiinei'ilntr. 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All work  turned out promptly and satisfactorily. One price to nil.  No job can lie too large or  too small for The Herald's  consideration. Special attention given   to orders by, mall.  roprietoir  ,.���������.-,;���������) HF.7 Y':aK L'FE D'10*3., r.*tcsT..r>.t. c  ''.���������'��������� T. .". I ATLAS..: 3.B:il*:ih.1., WASHINGTON, C.  uu    eA*...  iu   -LI-...  '.i.ii_6;;'c.  i>0')..i   v.  Spl.-lX   V  tJL   * Ll...-  _**.*. 1 L  . r.o  ;    't!l H  Ul '*prirv.t;',.'K3''* pffit-siini; ��������� r*a*-in0-,  lit ti,. those' who ';.������.._*e. aife.io;-  u,'( iviin ti;._.* lou^ii aiiO . :i.-.:-y  iiich '".prt*Vi*i.r_-_'_ tne.c.^w .t.-air.j..;,  tiar.y .day.***."' It,.: sri'.'c-s. ihe*  -,'orii,.- 1'itiih.i'ui ;.; ciurts -oi "pii'-  :;:h." tile *_S'.frio;;s J-tfuUiiti;-* iind  chr.r*i.-ier**i. * I _ in ���������.p'Jl.iis-hed.-'b;,-  '.Siiiilnsiur   <>.'.,- oi   Toroiilo.  ���������f;-:o." .                            ,.  ��������� -;-;iii   t-.j-o,-**Max -I-i-mbenorr h.-'i  s "to  <:a|-.i:.:i story,  atri   Und lt. s-*> ::  u* iiiut "t=i*s end  is i*.:U!:)i*-.*.I  i...*  f'..re  V,:'.;.-   CSvii;   tn   i.;f*,ll);idr..r     ijie  I.-.'it  iiiii.-c-t'kllful ou-<.   iviiiis'j ������������������/hlff  iii.'ii  .:-.���������i.i'.'.-nUy  mi!.   1j.-:*:*i   vi   *.vin   ;.  "ii������.  Ahftndsomcljr illustrated -w^eS^y-   S-nrcest cip  enlntloix of -any poieiiiiHa Jburudi: vTcrtns. $:_ a  s        yenr; four montbaV$l;'iSold1byaU newadewlerB-  :oN-11 WM t Cd>tBroadway. fjew York  ..___.-...        nroneb Ollice. 625 F St.. Washlniiton. ������. C..  PUBLICATION DAYS : Tuesdays and Fridays  I.i_iIIrJtK.'I>  CAPITAL  SI ,000 000'.���������.IN.   ONE DOLLAR SHARES.    $400,000 !N THE TREASURY  FIRST BLOCK   OFITREASL'RY SHARES 1NOW ON  THE MARKET  FOR A LIMITED TIME  AT   10   CENTS.  ii-.itli fcoing tolJI In. such mailers. Tho  ���������Wliiicss may have some'* r:-;ui(!r3  nmo-is lhe DoiiklioburK, nnd T* hppo  this letlei- may meet (heir eye- and.  heip  'lo   i.niijjhten   llicin, -  T.   AV.  1_ok   Angelos,     Californiu.     April   IG,  1000.  . The* old cavalry horse Billy, owned  hy Major Talbot, anil t.he only mir-  v'ivor pf His Glister brittle, died at  Cheyenne the other day. The lnirtin  was found on the haulfifio'.il" badly  wounded and v/andering around :>nilf-  ing at tiio dead .bodies of tlie solflier*.*;.  Major Talbot purchased thr; atii-nial  from ilia quartermasler's (lepart.rnciit.  The faithfn! old animal v/ai; iuiricd  on liie !*'cu*t Russell military reseiva-  iitiv.i, iir;:;;- the Talbot residetice, and  a. .sl.jiie appropi-iately ihsci'ibcil y.-ill  mark  the spot.  nim.s.-il. uui..- i;-i;t...*r-air.rri(-;'.;.  r<*.*.'!.il!,rF!. Tlis sir,;*:,- liax* <:h  wi _..*. c< irh'u-d Vi*>r;l*:.;i.*.: <���������������������������(;.  Fvo de l{<--rth!ei*. r'*JO" but -of r���������.o>-.-  iii:r?a;;::-. v.ho. i!-.'*'t,'i-r rr;i;:rA:���������-.���������; i;Ur^Avr,  ia living in r. I.,,:i.:>,n nnt' -.villt ������.-;ly  her fa,'her f,.r i>nn*v:-t!.>-,i. _,. ���������������: iiish ;;r<-i  hoik; l.o'-. !".rrii|'jiilrii,-a nian. F.-it-n'i* f.r.d  'tlauicliler had i.i.r.n forced t,;> ioavt:  Viiuina by ih-i Arciiduk.;: Frc.i..ri*vk.  wllo.:::;- son.. 'Prince Jerome, a, youth  r_a:.3li>rKt,ti.l.y- fonil'uf nui.^ic' h;:.d  Willie ;:,i-d-j,iu;y attached to F*.*r.,, \  ���������,-..:iiL.r.it*nt *.yas inet iyl.li a. fair .qiiivis.-  ion.l In ll*.c htrirt is' the '.���������vinffoi-,. But  the Archcliil-ie'-tiad. other*plans tor the'  future ef 'the y.un.:. prince, and many  and p:i*fal, v/cro ilie oi.'.siHclts'* pin'od.  in tne u*ii.y of a-eonsuiTimji.tl'in rf th'u  lii\-i..:".-i' hapny'"oiileulatl'iins: ia fact,  every moan:-! th.il' could br.- dtviKt*:!  by ai-tent-s of the Arcliduke v.-;i,,-i  brmiirht. Iu bear l.o-.v.-i.rds'.their deP-at.  Kv'cn Gcorgca (le Ilcrthio.*-, 'through  his*, -.'re* tty Iove.i.f. gold, livaiin-i a  powerful Ins.trii'ment in the iuu'iiiiiy,-  tivn o������* his daushter.  liut a.Kii.itisi. a b.i.ckf',r,,*u:id  vlllairiv. Fii.'s mouI of honor  ihe last, and when' ,-it ������. crl  ii.ii. inward .battle with self,  solved to ri.-ooui***:*.. h*:r love  ..,.i������.  bV.-nt-vint'  it  lo  be  best  DIRECTORS  Wm. F. Cociikank,���������';��������������������������� .   *  ���������Mi'ii'igi-r  Tito   Coclirane   Eancli,  .Limited,  MaelcoU.  ]\ fan aging  Joilv   J.   Young.  Director:-     of   Tlie    Calgary    IlerakL  Goli  l\\B. Pool,   President  Great  Western  Mines,  Limited,  Ferguson   and   Revelstoke,  J. "D.* Gkaiiaim,  Coinniissiorier,   Atlin,   B.C.  _ Gko.    S.    McCAI-iTEU,  F.   W.   Godsal,,,  Kancher,    Pincher    Greek  ���������:. s  nf .much  shone *: to  sis. 'afler  , sho re-'  for .Ur-  foi'   him.  Kho bi*i:anii: li'-roio. ..'( ro'ino proved  iier i(i'.ij|l in b* reisiif, a nuinly, flesh  and blood (oiiae tliroufrlioul, yc'li  w ilh a loi;h  inor.il  eode. :  A .voiin,'; I'hi*.:li::bnmri, Leslie Drtini-  inmul. idayji >m 'inoort.'i nt |,,ir. in the  .story, ar... u.ii : uch  filendsbiii  Von  h'llf.   :Of  Solicitor,   Kevelstoke.  : W. M-Buown, Proprietor   St    Leon   Hot    Springs,   Eevelttoko.  Tiif;.: Double   Engb -.Company   has  heen    fbnncd    for  tlie  purpose, not  only  of m ning its present properties  '''abrjiiii'^ to   an   extent that will justify  their  sale  to  English and  oilier ctmipanif-H "at a profit.^ The coinpany already owns and has paid for in 'full," thc Trilby and Old Saul  !>Tr.j>.r*r!i..s in -the . faniQUH* . Finli "Jtivor district,; and":,; a three-quarters interest in the May Bee mine, in the  Lor;Vf';i (iifetrict one and a lial f miles from Ferguson Sufficient promoter's shares have been set aside for the  [���������������������������*���������*' :-;i:-,f:   of tho. rftrnaii'iing. ci'U'artt-r.''.**;  Thei'jVIay  Boe }a  the  sister  claim   to  the   now   famous  Nettie  L,  which  has   broken all  rocords  in   British  ���������Co'.���������"���������'.;.hia';_ior   large   bodies    of plienomcnaiiy  rich ; ore.    The  May   Bee   aud   Nettie  L   wero    located   together in  iv.-./.'i   by  jVlr.  VV-   B.   Pool   (who has been appointed manager of the Double Eagle. Co.)    Both claims carry identically  T   :,.,*'!  ricli ore  on   the  surface  and "thn    same '..remarkable   ledge     runs    through    both,  cany ing high  va'ucs  '*, r>l'l.   copper,   silver   and    lead.      The   promoters'h.-ive   already   spent  $4,000   in   developing th**" iMay Bee,   wit^i,  '  v..'.Vlleiit icnilis, and inorder  to   place   the   mine quickly   c n   a  shipping   basis tlie   company   now   offers   the   publi..'  '^.'opportunity   of   investing.*   to    a    limited .extent   iii    ful'y    paid    and    noii-assessuble   treasury   s-liarcs   (par value  _)' at   10   cen'ts  each. .  o  '.oJHO. J. YOUNG HERALD BLOCK   CALCAR  5hares will be sold- in blocks of !00 and upwards.  of  slaic?   fu-ni   the   marl-et    at    any   (inn.-    without    noti.-f-  A. H. HOLDICH, REVELSTOKE,  The   coivpiiiiv. irs-'civcs   lhe right   lo   willidinw the  Applications  may  be  sent  to the  Secretary,  ���������ale  f ���'M-i
I'lUltoiinf I'm
London, May 17.���Lord Roberts reports that General Hunter has entered the Transvaal and captured
In the eemmlttee room of tho house
of commons this morning Sir .litmci
Kit:-,Dn announced that Matching luul
bscn relieved. The war olhcc, how-
ovor. was unable to confirm thc announcement.
London,   Mtty    17.���Lord (   Roberts'
Infant', y marched 120 miles    in seven .
days.     General   French   marched     SO |
miles   i:i  one  day.    The Roors  when ;
retiring   dragged     32   guns     through i
Krcnslad.     Gcnernl   Buller   is   mov- ,
ins   towards  Newcastle.    He   appears
to bo-usins 23.000   men  against  5000
or  G030.    His  operations  will   almost
certainly   result   in   his     forcing   his
way Into  the TrauBvaal, possibly    in j
time to cooperate with Lord Roberta
advance, although   Genoial   BulUu-   U
��02   miles   away   from   Johannesburg,
or  25  days'  mai-ch.
A Dune -who vas captured by the
South African Horse says thai there
wero 500 Frenchmen with the Boers
who aro opposing General Buller.
toprcthrr with many Germans aud
other  tireigners.
A Ladysmith correspondent ot the
Daily Telegraph, says that only ono
Boer wa3 shot in the movement
which resulted In the taking of ITalp-
on the wire so quickly from a place
132 miles from i.lio scene of tho engagement. A correspondent of uie
Morning Post, presumably John
Stuart, is reported captured by ths
Boers  at Kraipan.
Ths following telegram has been
received  ar, wc go to pi-css:
London, May 17.���Censral Buller
is making good pi ogress in recapturing tho railroad aiul driving thc
Boers out of Natal. His occupation
of Diiuiiiiausei* shows he is meeting
with little resistance on the part of
the burghers.
Lord Rolierts ib gathering his icrces
to strike the Vaal i-lvur.
The war oiiico bus vecslvod tho
fcllowlng  from   Lord   liobrrts:
"Kronslad, May 17.���General l.'.m-
rti3 ycstui-tlay occupied Magartlwa'a
Xe!: anil Moddarp-jurt without opposition. General Hunter has envcred
the Transvaal, lie has r.dvii.iced
within ten miles (,f Christiana. 'Lord
Methuen hit:: reached a point 12 miies
o:i Iloppstail read wilhoitt seel 1:3 tho
enemy. Natives and local -whites
have confirmcil the previous report;,
of disorganisation of the Free Sinters.
The  situation   here   is   imuh?.. seil."
At 3::?3 p. ni., the v/ar ot'U-c received the- following from Lord Roberts:
j "Kreonslad.May 17.���General lltmt-
j er hns occuiiicd  Christian ia    wUhoul
General Rundle is sweeping -.hrougli.
the northeast of the Free Statu. The
Boers aro dissolving before him and
some are surrendering. Their main,
force 1b assembled between Ficks-
burg and Winburg. but it is without
. a   closo   organization.
Lord Roberts continues passive at
Kronsiad. His cavalry are stretching liko a semi-circular screen many
! opposition, the enemy having retired
��� to Kicrksdorp, under tho inipa'ession
I that tho latter was threatened by a
I portion of this force from Pans.
"General  Handle's   force   was   close
; to   Clocolan,   southeast   of   Ficksburg
yesterday evening.    The country was
clear   of  the  enemy.      The    resident
, commissioner   in   Basutob.nd   reports
a   number of Boers  living  in  Vlcks-
'.   burg   and   Bethlehem    districts   ap-
, plied  to   him  for some  advice  as  to
1 the  conditions  of .surrender.
I     "General  Buller reports  thc second
division of his army as having reach
ed   Dannhauser,   Natal,    a  little   less
miles   In   length,   with   overflapping i than  half  way   between   Dundee   and,
flanks. Tho Kronstad censorship iier- I Newcastle."
mite  the  passage  of long despatches jl     Tho   war  oflice    has    received   the
dealing  with  incidents    prior  to  the j fjilowing from  General   Buller:
occupation. * [      Dannhaussr,   "May   17.���The   second
It   seems   that     General    "French's    -division   reached  Dannhauser   anil    1
cavahv   had  one  lively    fight    after    hope my adauicc patrols are at Now-
crossing the Sand rivor. A mixed
squadron composed of the. Scots
Greys, r-ie Inniskilling Carbineers
and Australian Horse took a kopje
ai:d d'u-mounted. The Boers suddenly-
fired fror.i a concealed position, killing many horses and stampeding the
rest. Tha Boers then advanced in
over whelming numbers and drove off
the squadron capturing some. Thc
Boers robbed the dead and looted viie
saddles. Finally a. brigade* of cavalry
drove them off. Further north the
Hussars charged the Boors, killing
and wounding many stragglers with
sabres a:v.l pistols.
Today's   instalment     of    ihe    war
EiC:y fror.i every pan. of the field is
theicforo   seemingly   a   narrative    ot   .
British successes, but "9,-ith the Boers
preraiing "for   a  last  -desperate  iling
further in tho interior and with Boer
guerilla   parties   looting   houses   and
stores  in the nsrth  weat  section   ot i
Cape Goior.y.    It  is not  all  easy for f
tho   Pritieh.     The   UpingtOTi   district
is thc 1 .cr.V.ty where the guerilla tac- j
tics cf the Boers are just nov,*  most J
in evid:n:c. \
A   gonllcman   f.-om  Capetown   says j
t1 at  Cecil   Rhodes   has    decided    to ;
retire   a*.l*.:;oUier   from   Cape   Colony '
politics.    1 he   postponed  congress   of ;
the    Afrikander Bund has been call- 1
*   ed to m_ct at Paarte. on June 35.       j
. London, May. 17.���A Canadian bat-
'tery of 15 pounders arrived at Beira,
Portugv. eso   East  Africa  on   May  10.
London,   May   17.���The   war   office 1
has asked the National ride a.socia- ';
tion to firsfc a plan for national rifle [
-*_cluhs_as a-ivlsed-by .Lord. .Salisbury',
in this racc.-.t speech. |
Eerlia.     May     16.���Berlin     papers '
commos.jn:;   today   on   the   military ,
siUiatica in  South Africa express tho
opinion   thr_   the   federals   intend   to
hold Van R-enans' pass against Lord
Roberts, v,:.*.".i a view ot keeping him
through a district which is described
aa literally "a'.ive wilh cattle, shes-i
and  horses.'
A Canadian battery has reached
Buluwayo on the way to Maf iking.
Durban reports the recoil.: of a
telegram from Lorenzo1 Marque*?, saying that a Beer plot io blow up the
Liritish c. ulser Forte was discovered
..nd that in consequence the wii:*���_'.;>
steams out. seven miles nightly.
President Steyn saw the fight at
Sand river. The impression he got
there was that his burghers could not
face Lord Roberts in a pitched battlo
and this resulted, according to advices from Lorenzo Marquez in Iho
decision to evacuate the Kronstad
works without a battle.
The Standard says: "From pro-
Boar sources wo learn, that tho
first great stand of the federals will
he on the ridges near 'Johannesburg.
This position has bee*", strongly on-
trenched and iho biu.ghers believe,
they can hold it for some time. If
driven from that -potsit part of tha
force will be thrown Into Pretoria to
withstand the siege while the main
body will retreat to the Lydenbtirg
district with the intention of keeping up  a  guerilla  warfare  from    the
mountainous regioiu. They, believe
they can indefinitely postpone a pacification   of  the country."
This view Is partly supported by a
despatch to the Times from Lorenzo
Marquez which saya: "Thero is general talk in Pretoria of President
Kruger contemplating an immediate
departure from the capital. There
seems no longer any doubt of iho
intention of the Transvaal to transfer the seat of government: to the
Lydenburg district and to endeavor
to make a final stand there. The
Raad is reported to have endorsed the
proposal." The Times says also tha*.
a number of the TranSvaalers are
preparing for flight, and that State
Secretary Reitz has selected Soutlr
America as his future home.
O tf.wn, ".<:, 7 T*.���In reply to Mr.
Davis.* -���"��� 1 iekling gave the many
m-.der.. *C3 hy which the present gov-
crnmeii.- ha:1, reduced the duty and
rcslrk'.i. >r.s on coal oil and cheapened the 1. rtiMo to consumers. If tho
price line increased It was through
���.*;���_ f.ii".. cf the administration. The
West Hun >n and Brockville election
questions debate wns resumed by
Dr. Russell, who favored a reference
to the courts instead of the committee. He had on affidavit similar V}
five otlit'i'3 giving the lie direct, to
Pritchet. Sev srnl other members, -also
Ottawa, May 17.���Mr. Rlair'a bill
to amend the railway act can.e up
before the railway committee 'today.
Mr. Blair explained the provisions of
the bill. The most important, clause
is that whicli gives 'power to t�� e railway committee of the privy uouir-ll
to make railways locate slut? ons at
certain points and in this way prevent
companies exploiting lownslti.... Another important clause was that in
providing for a set of nilex- under
which railways could act. A third
section was ,to level railway and
street railways under the coi .trol of
the  provinces.
The West Huron and Brockville
elections debate was continucil in the
commons by D. C. Frasor, V.cClinc,
Davin, Cowan, Foster, l_.le_lja.dson
and others, lt waa tin all nt��ht dn-
bato and ut 0 a.m. the hcv.se adjourned
Sir Wilfrid Laurier will move ror ;*.
commission  of enquiry.
The senate has decided to adjourn
until Juno Cth.
v '���  ���_"
JUvncI OHi-ft",
Cspi.t,!  Authorise*.,
f Capiial   veld Up,      -
The  Taik  of thc Hour���Roberts
Bullers'   Armies   Almost
London,   May     IS.���Lord    Roberts
with his large army at Kronstad ana
New York, May 17.��� James J.
Corbett says that he seriously intends
to run for congress in the Twelfth
district. Friends of tho pugilist ask
for his nomination and promise to
send him to Washington with a rousing .majority.
>   P   *��* A A #��� J
I.AAAA___k .
from CGWii-.-unication with the seashore. Thi Deutsche Tagets Zeitung
pi edicts that the advance of Lord
Roberts northward will be rendered
tedious and dangerous by the destruction < r biidgcs and by tho sudden attackr, upon the British in unfavorable locations.
London. May 17.���(Correspondence |
of the Associated Press)���When the
laslmai'.a loft South Africa the British army aad the army of correspondents were engaged in the hardest work of all.waiting for the word {
t dvancc. I
;���*(. II. Pears, chief correspondent
at t^e front of tho London Daily
News brings out more clearly 'ihan
has bOv*n done beforo the marvellous
and van'ed composition of the British forces ��� He also takes occasion
to pay the Canadian contingent one
of the Ws'h.tst of the many eompli- j
-mcnto they have received. He writes: ]
"To  Canada  wa    take  off  our   hatr,. ���
She has tzr.l U3 besides ether worthy
representatives a regiment of infantry
that  wins     admiration     from   every
-.diet*.   Fur marching, or endurance,
jilting, it can challenge coiupar-
���Uh   any     battalion     of     Lord
-my  and  that  is  saying  ,1
...great  dsal."
r ,1 -mdmi, May l7.-Tho British relief i.""^1-"1 fought thc Boers a*
"Krai n S2 miles south of Mafeking.
.onVu_~i...y.   according  to a telegram
revived WcdD^1'^ ���hl .���l lMrtmm
Marquess.  ..from   K.'jl��n��
-north c'f "Mafeking,    -x)
Is   acccptc'l   with   nemo   Wi^.
������-causa   it   is   difficult    to    uud
���io-**- ihe  news  could  have been  p*fl_v
castle. The fifth division has ilo-
parted from Elandslaagte to Glencoe,
repairing thc railroad. The fourth
division is at Sunday River drift.
Several Natal farmers are handing
over their arms. All reports agre-o
that about 7000 of tho enemy passed
north on May 1-1 til and 15th."
* Voiksrusr-., May 16.���Tlio federals
have abandoned the Biggarsberg and
it is believed they have also abandoned   Newcastle.
Thaba Nehu. May 15.���The British
force advanced this morning 20
*to the northeast and took possession
cf   Maguatling   Nek.      -.   -,
London, May 17.���A despatch from
Lorenzo Marquez. datsd today says
;that Commandant Bloff.a grandson cf
"President Kruger, with a patrol"entered Mafeking. Colonel Baden-
Powell opened tiro on the burghers,
killing 17 of them and taking' Eloffi
and a lot of his men prisoners.
London, May IS.���(3:30 a.m.)���It is
officially announced that Lord Kitchener is in command of tha Mafeking
relief column and that news cf vha
���relief of the town cannot be received
until Monday. England still .waits
wilh intense and aimost breathless
interest for news of the relief of
A crowd, rcmarkaole for the num-
'ber of men in evening dress and    including many ladies  lingered around
the war oflice even    after    midnight,
hoping for somo aniicniicemcut. Only
reluctantly   did    the   people   disperse
when  tho  lobbies    of  the  war office
were cleared with tho word  that nothing has  been  received.    One  thing
Were   it  otherwise,   the  Boer   wires,
laid   to the  camps  ot  the    besiegers,
would  havo Hashed  the news. Skeleton  messages from   Lorenzo  Marquez
li.--.sed    v.pca    information   that  leak-
_:1 out of the Pretoria war offico.show
that Cue Boer sfoimers Saturday fell
into- a trap.       Colonel   Baden-Powell
permitted them to seize one fort and
he surrounded and overpowered them
before the  large  force  near  at  hand
perceived  the strategy.    It was thus
that  Sai-oH**! Kloff.   President   Kruger's
! t-raudson, and  part of his commando
j were taken and 50 Boers killed.
I     General French scouting northward
found the  Hoars  iu  strong    force  at
Riicnoster Spru!t,30 miles from Kronstad.    Generals' Botha,   Deiaroy    and (
Olivier   with   artillery   were   heading j
1 lhe  position. |
I     President  Steyn,   according to   ono I
despatch has gono to Pretoria, others
suy that he is a  Cugitiv*-? at Lindley.
Tho Free   State: s    are    surrendering
on all sides.
General Buller is pushing straight
ahead without opposition. He has
only lost five wounded during the
movement. Apparently he is aiming ���>!*  T ni-n-j-g  ?-.tpI.-  which  is the di-
fir vvr-fl v ww vw ���v-t.v-wrwww*--'.
. It was a cold, rainy night in No-
General Buller's thousands forging vember when the train stopped at the
over the Biggarsberg range'are almost 1 litti0 village of Ortonville ancl Madge
entirely forgotten. Everyone is think- -Keith drew her mackintosh closer
ing and talking of Mafeking and the aft lhe wind ble.v a whirl of ...a-m
latest  exploits  of  its   defenders.   liu- | ugajngt her.
mors continue that the relief ot the j^ Poor Madge! she was aa desolate
place has been accomplished, but all j an<1 forsaken as the few birds' nesU
official confirmation of the reports j swiaging In the leafless trees. She
was  lacking at 1  o'clock  this  after- * had   boen   an   orphan    ��or   two   long
noon:*. There was considerable speculation as to what Colonel Baden-
Powell would do with his 90 prisoners
and whether tho victory has not so
depleted his force as to render him
open lo annihilation in the event, of
another attack by superior Boer numbers. But Lorenzo Maruqcz already
hears rumors that these have boen
cut off by the relieving column.
According to general opinion news of
the termination of the desperate
struggle. between the besieged and
besiegers must reach England before
Replying to a question in the house
of commons this afternoon .the parliamentary secretary of the war office
George Wyndham, said he regretted
that he was not able lo give an information in regard to Mafeking. He
reminded the house that even if the
desired relief cf Mafeking had occurred intelligence of the event could
not arrive in England before two and
possibly five days. The latter part
of Mr. Wyndham's reply is generally
accepted as .an intimation that the
government expected th-o relief of
Colonel Eaden-Powell and his garrison would occur at about the present
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T.It.MeiTltt.ViVje-Pres,   St.   Catherines
William  RtuMsay,   Kohurt  JaiTray
Hugh   Ryan,   '1"   Sutherland,   Stayner
I*Jlk**s   Rodgers
D. R.  Wilkie,   General Manager
North West and l.-J-illsh Columbia:
Brandon.      Calgary,      Edmonton,
Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie
Prince        Alhi.'i,        Strathcona,
Vancouver, Winnipeg,  Revcl-stoke.
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l.l.siiiwi.|. Miii;a��.-i Falls. I""1
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Marie, St. Calheriniw, St.Tltouia-s,
Torunto, Weliaud, Woodstock,
Hamilton. , ,
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or $1 and upwards rocolvod and Into: est   allowed.
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and  oilier   debentures   piir.iinsuit.
Drafts and '.Letters of CrcdIt-
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Furopc, India, China ,1'<tf*->o Australia,  New  Zealand  ett.
Gold   purchased.
This haul*: Israies Special Receipts
which will bo :��.*countcd for ot uny
of the Hudson's Buy Co'h Posts in
tho Yukon and  _'*.orthcrn  districts.
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H. Mmii:i._ni> Moi_-on.
F. WoKFiairos Thomas, General Manager.
A H'.'i.i'ia
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The "total ErItisir"casualties-to-date:
in South Africa are:
Killed        2.S08
Other  deaths..   ..
Sick and Invalids..
Total       .
Take Part in the
London, May IS.���The Canadian
artillery contingent of the Rhodes-
ian ferces is now reported to havo
reached Buluwayo on May 2. The
distance from Buluwayo to Mafeking
Is -100 miles. As the railway is open
all the way to Pitzanl. 28 miles from
Mafeking. where Colonel Plumer is,
the Canadians may yet take part in
tho relief of Mafeking.
"weeks, and  her life seemed empty to
her. . -    ���     ���
"I will not be quite alone," she
bad thought, when the news of her
father's death had been broken to
her. "1 will have Harold Deming."
But thc funeral service had passed,
and Madge had been in the house
two dreary weeks, and yet Harold
Doming, her most devoted suitor, had
not called  or even sent a messago.
Madge could not understand It, aad
after a trying fortnight, she had
packed her clothes and come to stay
with her' one aunt in the  country.
Life was dreary at Aunt Ellen's
farm, although the young folks were
in nearly every evening. The winter
passed, and Madge grew white and
thin. Sleighing parties and .sewing
bees were common, but Madge did
not care for auy of them. She
would sit by the big log fire in tlie
old-fashioned kitchen and think and
She tried to forget that Harold had
forsaken her. She tried lo forget all
aliotit him, and she could not, and
ail this while sho had no ono lo tell
her troubles to.
She had net known before how
much she cared for him, but she was
certain now that it was a great deal.
Spring came with all its buds and
fresh life. "Now the roses will bloom
iu her cheeks," . thought Aunt Ellen.
Madge did-get a little color in her
cheeks, and she looked so pretty that
her Uncle Ellis said, she looked as
_pretty_as   a.   J'pictur."
TKe���.T"u~ne"r.ses were-blo"6miiig~all"
over the farm when one day Madge,
dressed modestly in a soft, white
: dress, went with a book to thc largo
4,271 '��� rose covered arbor to read. Her
2,312 golden hair was l-.irkrd up i:i a lor.33 '
���j,003    knot at  the  back of  her   head,   and j
 r    was   fastened with a pretty white 1030, ,
while Ehe wore another a.: hr*.* throat, i
Her   eyes   ere  retting vacantly   on'
the first  page  of (ho  book,  and she
did not notice a tall, handsome man
standing down at the garden gate.
Evidently he saw her, for he opened the gate and crossed the' old-
fashioned garden to the arbor. As the
dark form loomed up in' the little
entrance, Madge glanced up. It was
Harold Deming. Madge's heart stood
still. Now that lie was here she did
not  lenow  whether    to  be  angry  or
pleased,   but  when  he  sat  down   bs
. '.,.   , '..   _..    ..._   _���      	
The  Revelstoke
Herald rs-.>..i we.-i.iyi
Has more readers ia North
Kootenay than any other paper;
has more advertisers in Revelstoke than 'any other paper;
does more job printing iu the
city than any other paper; it's
news is more spicy nnd up-to-
date; its iulluence 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
Revelstoke, B. C.
McKenzie Ave.
Jl     1
5 & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausap-e
Fish and Came in season. ���
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. li'iiulf..      I!e��t.    Willi'*
LHtpi\   Unlit
i>i     a    day.
'icvuinniotinU'uii. A <:ooi.f .* -1
w-i !! .-ui.}.!ie"_ \vi;h choice wi o-
I'quors and eiyars.
Free Bus Meets AJ1 T rain
$ w__
jar own
Pr cprietci s
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Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station,
money To Loan.
W. White.. J.  II.  Scott.  R.A..
O. C. I..  1..  P..
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D.i-lv Siai/f lenvct, I'iiuiu-iiii's-  !__--sjn 11��>i^ every
I'i.1   riiuil La-Ue Cilv.    '.���'>���[ |mi-u-.c.-uIiii-s wril-t-
(*':*. Mfr Oc- I< I LI-MAN,
iiuu-i.ing at 7 o'chic-U
Ti*to>t��nx*�� T.,\";ni-<a
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Toronto, May 37.���Provincial Detective Murray, who has been ��� m
New York working up thc Welland
canal case, lias succeeded in getting
ample proof that the three men were
or  .
ison  \.
reel  road   to   the   Transvaal,   though j associated witn uie r eumu '"-"���-..	
he mav diverge to Botha's Pass.    ' The whole affair was organized by
General   HxTntu-s     movements     in ' *e Napper Tandy club, or New Yoric,
1    a'-e    rather - a clan na Gael organization o�� which
side Iier chose the former. "What
do you mean, sir?" she said vainly
try lug to be composed.
"Only, that I am glad, oh. so glad,
that I have found my little sunbeam."
ho answered as he drew her dawn
beside him again. "I have a- long,
long story to tell." he said, and
Madge thought hers would he longer
but she said  nothing.
Hu told her how he had been
thrown from his horse tho day her
father died. His skull had been
fractured, and lie had been out ot
his head for weeks and weeks, and
when he regained his health he bad
a     relapse.   He   told   her   that   when
liarrlsters.  Solicitors.   121c.
Solicitors tor Imperial Bank of Canada
Company funds to loan at S per cunt.
Olllces:      Molsons  Hank tilock.
First Street, l.ev-L-isioko Stutlon. R. C.
J. XV. Crc_8,
Ollli.-:   Tnvlor   Uiui I;, .M.icl'.ciizic.
Ui*v,,|sl..ki.. '
Suria-mi in lh>. II IM:
Ile.i li,�� r.U'i'i*. i*il*> ol 1,'cvi. h u ii.
Wood Dealer
and Bray ma _v
Draying nnd delivery work a specialty.     Teams always ready on shortest
>,,,llnn I'nt.lrflrt*.    fr.r   |��iU|-tlnf_    twlfpn
100 miles
-ive liii-
the Western Transva
p-.-.iZling. He has returned to Fourteen Streams with one biigade, leaving another, General Barton's, at
ChriElianin. Lord Jlcthucn is said to
be advancing along the south bank of
tho Vaal. Colcnei Kekcwich is with
The loop railway line across the
Vaal Is fast near!*_g completion. The
piobability u that General Hunter
took !>:u*i: a brigade- to
fi'....im**; owi::g to i_earc:ty of transport.
C'-'iieral  P.t::��'.U->   lias  oi'jitured   IC03
ba^s of corn.   He is marching slowly
the three v.-ere member::.
Regina, May 17.���Recruits to tho
N. W. M. P. have brought diphtheria
to --i'.c- police barracks near here. Tbo
hospital is full and several other portions of the buildings are used as sick
wauls. Most cf the force is cansp-
Fourtecn ' td on the prairie away from the barracks. The b.irracks buildings are
he was better he had written notes
to Madge and had received no answer,
and when he wns well enough he had
started himself  to  find   her.
Then Madge told her troubles.and
it was dusk before they were finished.
Aunt Ellen came lo call Madge tn
supper, and was startled at the sound
of a strange voice.
"This is my friend. Mr. Deiilin'-..
Aunt Ellen,"said Madgeao hor frightened aunt. "And your nephew, Aunt
Ellen," Harold added as he offered
an arm to both Indies to escort t'nor.-i
to  supper.
There wero two happy hearts in
Ortcnville that niglit, and Madge
felt paid for her patient waiting.
Methodist Church, Revelstoke
Preaching services at 11 a. in.
and 7: DO p.m. Class meeting at the
close . of tlie moining service. Sabbath school and Bible class al 2:ill).
Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday (-veiling lit 7:i!0. The public
are cordially   invlt'-d.    Penis Ir<-<:.
RKV.S..1 .THOMPSON,   P.-u-tor.
K v.>u  catch  a  cold los_  your (\'S.r.-
ne and cat an onion. .    ,
Tlire.. rrus��Ia*i army nfliceis ii-nd-*"
a trip from Ri��rlln to I'rasjm*; In thiv*
hours in u. linllnim. Thc fa.��.'<-st nx-
nress train takes seven liouis to cover
the distance.
St. Peter's Church   lAr.glii-ar.)
Eight a.m.. Holy Eucharist: 11
a.m., matins, litany and sermon (Holy
"EifcliarisL. first Smulay in the month):
2:30 Sunday school, or Cjii'.'lratia'
tervirc; 7:30 ovpuanni.; (choral) nnd
sermon. Holy     Days���Tho      Holy
Eucharist Is celebrated nt 7.a.m. or S
a.m., as announced. Holy Baptism
after Sunday school  at .1:15.
E. C. Paget, D.D., Pastor.
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'���ipral    I'"*'!:--!-^-*! ...Th.*_*'���������.���������>>w^>������.-���������-*_m--..- 7  ._. ,_L._-...  '. r  '.-ac*3*'-  i  1  fr *1 -l*4**l*H-l**H*M*H.*H"H-1-l-v-M ***  ! Springtime f  t COMiNG ON ...ni.j.-zaiZSZa^ 4-  -.> Kw rvbod v should take  n   tunic nn.1. V  -V-, lUu.uI jiurliii-r.    (111*.* oi  th.-  very I.*.-.! t  -J*, tiling- fur  liu-   -.'.i-,..:..   i*.   ,*.   sjiiiciitlly ^  j. p.-k-par.'.! aii-l |.i*,v,.|,'n; ������  -. SARSAPAR1LLA ���������.  V iiirttk* for (iiii-i'Ivi"-. |*[  -;* li fiiiil-s fi>r ?1  por   !>ot tli' nn*l   will  do ���������>  -I. iLKirr   l'>>'i������1     than     so\cnil   of   imlciit ->  4* jii'Minnv*.. ������~  "T S^lii oiilviit tin-... *7  j; CANADA IM...'.* -\  HOOK CO. 7  ~������ McKenzie Ave.    ���������    ite\oI-ittikv .Sliition ���������i.  2 ���������_���������. ���������***���������>���������? ���������>-*M--!-I--':--*'"M- -H-I-M-* *.���������*  P. H. TRUDGEON.  ....  KLKGTRi.'AL SUPI'Ll h_:.,   (*AU. m-ji.r.s,   \.\\\i; nciatoks.,   __ATTIv'_.ll**S,   medical battkriks. kk*.  I r  66  THE  to  .COWAN BLOCK.  Loca! and  General  News  AicIkIi'.koii     1  uiui uiu i tor New  Dmi't mis-- t hi' 1)  li iiim' nn Thui-il.iy  ���������iiii'i'.-iili  Di'iivrr.  ,*I'L      tills  ���������iirnil  liigll!  at the  opi.-ia  Ralph Smith uii'l party  ilnv nini-iiiiiK fur Hit- IdV.-cr  tin:   iipi'i'a  Sl-ciii-u  :i  k.fl nn  Sun-  * i-miiitiy,  .Mi-*- l*"!(ii*(.|ic{> I'aifiM-ii'. nf r-MiniiiiUui  an ivcd mi .S ilinil.iy nn ii vNit, lo 1ii.m-  .-i^ti-r. Mrs. G. K. (irn^iin.  Mr.-. I.it.tli*. (iT Ivuiiilo<ip<**, arrived in  town this inornini; mi a vii.it tn lu-r  pari*nts, .Mr. anil Mis. Adnii*.  Five acts nf fun,   p-itlin.*. iinil   St'iisn-  t;o:i in   -'TIh!   Di-acnn"   nt  Im.i-i.** on   Thin-, day   niirlit.  j;nod beat whili* yon can.  Of the frat.pii iii it's 11������r������ Foresters,  Oi*ini;i'iiH*ii nnd .Sciiis of Kii^I-ukI will  i-nch liavi> ;i limit ii-proscuHn^ tlu'in in  '. he par.-idi- nn Thursday.  Get your tickr-is nim-kiiil for "Tlio  Demon''.it, the (lanudii Di-iiff & BooU-  siore ln-Tnr-.1 tilt' licsL scuts are all  taken.    Tliey lire goin*^ fast,.  Ai-clicli'.-icrui Ponlreatli gave a very  intfi-ustinp lectin**., on Canadian  pnplrv in the rcCHplinn room nf th"  vicarage last iiisdit which wan iimcli  enjoyed by all those who wt'i*e present.  A ca'-ti' of iiiiuilr-tii-s who have never  yet appcari'il beloi-i* a llcvi'lsloki.  j u i!'c will present I lie Deacon at tln-  (>pc*r.i house nn Thursday ni^ht. New  hci'tiery.    Special nreliestia.  M. Pi-ttipiecH nnd his road party  have (ltii.slicd their rep-iirs on tlie Bit;  Bend main trail and are now win-kinc:  . nn the old Laforme Creek trail, whicli  is ii'inut the worbt'lour rnlles nf trail  in the district.  T. W. Grahame, nf the Prospectors'  K\-fli,-inj;e, Tlininpsnu's Landing, returned home on -Saturday I'runi alive  months visit to llie old country. lie  and .Mrs. Graham and family spent  Sunday in town.  .1. Kuoivles "intends In put in tlie  summer in Olalla, a new minim; camp  below Penticlon. He thinks the  section is a good oils to prosper!, the  ores Ileitis similar to those of Greenwood, only higher grade.  Upsides being the Queen's birthday,  next Thursday is Ascension Day, ono  of the eliiel festivals nf the Anglican  and Unman communions. There will  he a celebration oT the Holy Eucharist  :it. 7___a.ni. in St. Peter's.  On Thinsilay, May 211 h, refreshments (jn the form of In- Cream. Cake  ami Lenionade) will he served all tiny  in the Salvation Aruiv hall. A musical service will lie held in theevenini;.  Proceeds to go to the self-denial fund.  Miss Isabel T.. Kerr, trradiinte and  nied.ili-L nf Moult on l!i>llet;e. Toronto,  expects to visit" Kevelstoke and i;iv_.  one nf her pleasing eiitertaiinnenis on  June 12th. Mi.*-s Keirisan elocutionist  and draitintic reader cf high class and  aopears under the a umpires of tin-  L d es' Aid Society of lhe Proshyicrian  Church.  Metnlicrs of the ] .-'velstoko Bicycle  C *.ili are lPCjuesii.-il to nn-ei, m-.u*  'L'-ippitis'soper.-*, linuse al, 9 a.m.. .Hil;  iii~l.. lo take part in lhe street parade.  T a eel uh colors for the present sea.son  ���������>\-iil hr- furnished to all who attend.  B!cycli.-ts (ladies and gentlemen) who  o.i not !ielnn__ to the club are invited  to p.irnle with us. 11. C. DlKH, Secv-  Treas. H.B.C.  Evpi-v inc-ilihei* of the cninniittecs.  ���������sports, parade, finance, decoration en*  .-.iij- other committee thnt has liei-n  .-���������ripoinU'd for the celebration or.  Thursday, is requested to be nn li-ind  ai S n.in. sharp tonight in Ihe new  "~="No_~2-fin^h7ilh l'ms~is"thi.~inpet"ing-fm-  tnakini; all the final arrangements and  a full attendance is necessary to  eiT-ure the success of the  celebration.  A washout ocenned last Friday on  (.'.-nnphell avenue taking out* the  culvert opposite chief operator Smith's  i--siJ?nce. The street was closed hv  the police in tonsequence aiul the  coniicil iio-.iti>-(l. A new culvert was  ordered al rtidny'.- rueciing. Owitu:  to the lejeclinn l.y the council of the  prf'posal to have a level irn.-sing at  Dunlins, street .-urveyed by the city  with ii view to fight'i'iii; the 0. P. IL  at Ottawa on this point Aid. P.-t"i-nn 1 throiisli  hns. expre-scil his iritentinn of re-si-fjii  ing his seat at the council.  Sulf-dcnial in the Salvation Army,  ll may lie n unit ter of surprise  ��������� .in v of our renders lo discover t h.-il  lie 'lialiiiu-e shee^ of Ihe Salvntinn  iimy, in I lit- various countries in  .vhii'h it, npi.fare*-*, sliow that, the total  nivings eif.-eteil hy means n[ self-  neiii.il, (which is t.he same ell'orl, as  noii it is locally engngeil in) last yenr  amounted to the stnrl ling sum of  ijilOO.IMl.llll. This is all l he more ns-  liiiii'-.liiii-.; when it is taken into con*  si.leial ion (hat t he great majority of  l!u> Army's i'oilowers uie poor people.  We learii t hut. iu Ibis Territory this  veal* lhe Armv is niiili-avoriiig lo  rni.-etlie totul Mini of $*_.,(>:. 1.00. with  one hull' of which amount, it, purpn.-.."-  (".tiilili.-liiug llu- mieleiis ol'a Pen-ini  Fiiml I'm* the relief cf its invalided  ollieers. worn nut, hy rears of j'nillil'iil  servic. The novel and prnclicai  fi'iil nri'H which the Salvation Army,  in tlie scheme of self- lenial adopts, aie  ahonl a- comuieml'ililt: us are the  iilijects of I lie enterprise. We wish  llie organiv. il K-n all the success il. so  well ilesei'ves.  Political  Uncertainty Spoils a Sale.  A Vancouver despatch says:. It is  learned here fron*. a prominent mining  uiui! who has just arrived from Alherni  that the bit; ileal for the Nalniiinl  Mining Company property on Alherni  Canal is oil'. The lea.-on given hy the  prospective purchasers, the D. O. Mills  SyiKlical;*, fur refusing to purchase at  ttie eleven! li hour, being lhat they did  not feel justified, owing to the un-  aettled slate of all'aii-s politically, and  the reputation of those at the head of  lhe government at present, in investing so large a sum ol money in British  Columbia without, proper safeguards.  The Mills Syndicate owns the Tread-  Well mini'.-*., tlie Tacouia smeller and  ol iier valuable properties. Negotiations hn ve heen in progress three  mouths I'm the purchase of these properties, and all the tests made were  perfectly satisfactory, the prospective  purchaseis expressing themselves us  satislied the properties were as re-  presuiited.  Jl is iiiiderstoou that there is an ,-it-  lempl. heing made to secure a longer  opt inn ou the propel l.y until the people  have decided tlie fate of t.he government.  Lakeview Hotel, Sicamous.  C. Maxwell has takenjovcr the well  known Ltkevieiv hotel at Sicaiiioii*-  with a* view ot running a iirst-class  house at that, popular and lieauliful  place of resort.' lie is lixing llie house  up and will make it in every way  i oiiil'ortahle and convenient, for tourists wlin wish; to spend a few days  enjoying the nalural scenery of this  lovely spot or lhe unrivalled I.icililie.-,  for boating, fishing and shooting  which il. uliiirds und also for travellers  making coniieclion at Sicamous with  lhii.S.i.VO. branch. There is l.ota inure  charming place in llie piovince than  Sicamous for a holiday visit, and the  IImi.w.d is sure that -Mr. Maxwell will  cater Io lheir material wants lo the  utmost, satisfaction of visitors who go  there to enjoy a rest among the clear  tval er.s am! green woods and hills of  that favored localitv.  Large  Consignment  Just Arrived  INCLUDING  Carriage Sponges  25c to 75c  Wool Sponges, 10c to ?5c  Mediterranean Sponges  10c to $1.50  Manruka Sponges  $1.50 to $5.00  DRUGSTORE  Geo. Fo Curtis,  TAYU>K Ill.OClC.  McKenzie Ave  n  TO THE LADIES  ���������>  ������>  THE LEADING STORE tkkos gvoal, plen.tH-e in  .uiiioiincing the arrival of one of tlio lavgv.st ami most  select ranges of  LADIES' FOOTWEAR  Ever Shown in the Interior.  At the City of Kevelstoke  Queen's Birthday!  HAY 24th, 1900.  Those goods are from New York marketM and aro  sure to meet the requirements of those desiring an exquisitely dainty, exceedingly stylish, yet durable article.  SHORTLY TO ARRIVE���������  Dress Muslins, Ducks, Prints, Etc,  OUR LINE OF LADIES' COSTUME CLOTHS IS SECOND  TO NONE IN THE CITY.  I LACES I  1           LACES 1  fi������  CAUL AND SEE THEM.^ ������������  _5. ><  155/   Tho liest ii.ssortinoiit in tlio city. VK)  M. K. LAWSON,  Mackenzie Ave.  NIMffl  The Wide-Awake Business Men,  a?  McKenzie  Avenue.  Baker  AND  Confectioner  Bread - Delivered - Daily  (MM, AM) INSI'KCT OUH STOCK' 01-*  NEW  GROCERIES  ^.^..j..i._i,.i._m.^.j,.i,.i.1..j,_i..i._,.j..j..j,.!..j.^.t,_{.^  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  Is nut* in it with our prices un  "WATCHES AND CLOCKS'  CALL AND SEE  o  6r, Jeweller,  fr Tobaccos. Pipes, Cigars, Etc.         fr  TJ Scientific Worlcs on Mining, Etc.,  ������  5 MInuriLlj", Mine., nml Miuliij; l.y 0-.I-.urn   .������  fr IT'ispi'i-tin. ,     L'ipiiiliif;   nnd    Vnluiiig fr  fr Minus���������by Strulvh.                                     fr  * Iliinilbonlc of lioi-ks-by Komp.                  i"  i, 1'rmpiii.tliig  for  Cold   nml    Silver���������      fr  fr unike.                                                        J-.  fr .Stump Milling of Clolrt Ores���������by "Icknrd   ���������!*  <!' fr  **************************  ?���������.. K, V. a*  Itnil  Uosu nei;ree nioiils second  nml fnurth  Krirlnys of uiii'li  inontli;   White Koho Uouroo  nn'ols lirst Krlilny of eiioli month.In Odilfellows'  Mail.   Vlsitini: brollirun wi'lcoiiu*.  W.M. MATH KKS, T. li. l/. TAYI.0II,  Srcruliiry. ,     > President.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  I'l'-jiilm* nioetinus an*  helil  iu  tho  Odili'i'llow's Hall on  the Tlilnl  l'ri-  ���������j������,-^,    tiny ol rni'li monlh, ut, S  n.m. slmrp.  diSir''    Visiting brnllirmi eordially inviti-d  V&3Z' Til OS. STUH1), W.M.  Court   Mt.  Begbie  I. O. F��������� No. 3461.  Mci*ls in tho Oililfel-  lo\^���������^l lluU.on iIioxl'CiiiicI  nml Inurili Muminvs of  ���������riii'li mouth. Vis'itliiK  bri.thren invited to intend.  K.n.j.c. joiin'-'hn,       c. w.m itch Ei.r.,'  (Jhiof Pollt^iM*. Hi.e.-Si'C.  TI_MI3������!   T^._I3_ll.li3.  STEA_115H!M   " LARDEAU ���������*  Cniiiiiii.iii'liii; Mnylsi, i*wxt. Rtuiism-rM will  run  ns fnllovis:    (weiiiher periniitlni;!  (Cgf-I.eiivln*,-    Arrnwlicuil   Uvico    dullv    for  1,'oiiiiipHx nnd TIiuiihihiN Limiliiiit..'.    !it 10 o'cloel; iiml 1:1 o'l'loeli  flXS^l.t'iivini,' Thomson's I.nndlnu for Arrow-  lionil Iwiee dally iU7::iU and II! o'clouk  Maklnn   closo  cornice!Ions with   al!  C. P. li.  Iralns and stoaniei-s.  The owners reserve the rigflit to change  times of sailings v/ithout notice.  FRED.  ROBINSON,  .MiinaKcr.  A. K. KOLDICK  ANALYTICAL CHET/IIST  AND ASSAYER.  Koya! Pi-lino] of .Mines, London.    Seven  vcar.s  at   Mon'a   Works,   Swansea.     17   vcars   Chief  Chemist   to Wiitan  Coal ami* Iron <_o.,   liny.  I.ate I'hcniist ami Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined und roporttMi upon.  Re vei stoke, B.C.  LIFE-  C.P.R. WATCH  INSF^IiOTOR- '  THE   FRED   ROBINSON    LUM3EF?   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  Ill  FOOTSALL,    ���������  BICYCLE RACES,  CALEDONIAN GAMES,  PATRIOTIC SPEECHES,'  GRAND STREET PARADE.  I'.urelstokc City Hand in attendance . .   .   .  On .-ind iifu-r (liis il.-itt' our pi-icon for Out l'*ii*u\vot>il will   In* us  follows:-  SI 00 Per Cord at Mill    .  82.00 'Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH ______������������==___������>.  FRED ROBINSON,      '      ��������� ��������� ��������� Manas-ingf Diiector.  To conclude in the I'veuiii? v  BAND CONCERT &  'iih ti  SAL  A Comfortable Hostelry.  KviM-yniu. who hns occisiion   lo nop  III *3il*!llll()llp llllS !l JiOOll   Willi!    Ol' pl'llUl'  Im*   llu-"   ml'iv   <J.   P.   R.   hoU'l   ilu-ri-,  wliich. iiiuU'i- tin. oxpi'i-ii'iici.'il iiiiiiiiine-  niL'tit of J*'. \V.  P.uliiiiii-o.   Iiiilt-  luir  to  Iil'i iMiii- om. of ilie iiu>:-t pnpiiliii- of the  iiiiiny ^oinl housos? .-iloni:  t Iu*- line    ll-|  luih lii.'i-ii liii-nislii'il lluoii!j;liiiiil  in   Lhe |  most, liiMii-ioiid iniiiinoi*. ami is liijliti-d I  wiLli nietylioe i;;is.      Tiu-   iliiiiii^i-cuuii j  is- i-oniliii.'M.'il in u iiiriiiner whii-li leiivi't i  ��������� milling;   lo   In;   clesiri*il,   anil  nil  the J  appoint niLMit*   wi-ll    inoi-it   thai     fi-c-'  ipiontly ui.iisi'il K-riii,  "lii-st-class."    A i  p.-11'lii.-iiliirly eo.iy s-jioi is  ihe  smokini:  l-ocini    up.-r.-iifs,    whtri-u    ui'1-.p   lealtiei  covi'ii'il  eli.-iii'������   ami   inviting.   louni;i-s  eiiMii-i. eomfoi-t  anil  repo-M;   lo   weary  tl'llVL'lll'lb.���������Vi'Vlloll *it'������'S.  T. KILPATRICK. Chairman.  S. R. CAMPBELL, Secretary.  GOD SAVE THE QUEEN  T'llK I.ATBcT IDEAS IN"  and  ~A~ High- Recommendation:*-  Suitings  Overcoatings  NEWEST AND EEST  The Famous Crow's Nest Coa".  Lciivti your orders at my office on McKenzie Ave.  $7.SO a ton-.  Delivered from tlie cars.  Perms:   Ciush with order.  John Do Sibbald  I.iirirc nml W.;!I Lighteil  Surnple Jtoom..    _SKSCT   Iluitlvl hy Ifritolir nml F.loctrii!  Hulls nml'Liglit in every room  J,*rt>e lliis McpIi All Trains  Kcii-^ontible Iliue-^        . *   -.      '  .-.HOTEL  YIOTOBIA^  .ionn v. PniiKa, Pufn.uKTd]'..  Ni.u-lH   Grill j<o iru iu (".nneclion lor the Convenience ol fiui'sts  Hourly Street r*������r .  Between Hotel nml Slftiion  ll(i^@bt������ik@, ioCc  .S.it.iirrlay's .\n 2 ivns .Ir.lavp.l D..  !liim> nt A-^Iltioft. anil i!ill not i*.*.uii  here till 0:45 p. in. <m Iriniiluy. Thi-  i-nti-e of the delay *n-ii>uii iii-.-ture  pVcp of trcstli? *ivni*!c. 12 milo llii- .-iili-  of A������ht-poft. 'J'Iip ti-i'Mlo vv,-.*- In.inn  ill led iii'~\\'ith ''il ill mill in llu- <-i,i:i*-i-  'f l)i������i np._M-.-f ion- the -Irtir*-* on lli,--  i p:-inMii> -iile from which they wen;  v orkint: hpi-mn-f fii������pliu-cfl, icnili-i-ina  111,' ti-e.-lli; ivnt-k liulilc to eollap-" at  j.ny I init*. Thi- c-oudil ion nf .-liT.iir.s  wa- (lir-rovoi-ci! jn-l. in time lo pre*, ent  th-.'Nf. _J fiom cco-i-in'.. Tht- tiain  was I'-ickeil cimvn l<> A-hei'.ft, anrl  150 nii'ii put. oo ;o eonsli-tic-t a li-in-  psii-ii v. Hack for a ij!iai-t<-i- of a mile  ii-uiii'l thi' {liinei'i-nii-s f-po:. Aft<*i* :1T>  lion:.-* of l-.avil work the train pulled  very cau'.ion.-ly ovr ihe temporary  tr.icl:. lhe p-issi'iiir'-rs pipf.-riiiitr to  tnak" the pas-agt- nn foot. .S.llnrday'*-  Xo. 1 was held at iCamloop-.  The Sjoul lii'in Review of Coniti-eici-*  ]inlilibheil in Liiiii_.v-illi-. Kentucky, in  its i.-Mie* of the 2nd inst., Iui������ the  followiim liii^li Hcoiiiimn on a Ri-vel-  .-toke t'lli'/.en. ispeitkiiijj of a>s,iyeis  anil nieialliii^isl-- il siv>:  -U*e find thai .Mr. A. 11. IIoldii-h, of  Revelstoke. [���������>. (.'.. is wiihiiuL clouhi the  be-l anil inosl relialili' in hi.-, line,  iiiiviii-i mii'iidt'd tile Knysil School of  .Mines, Ltiiulmi, with an I'xperifiici' of  .-even year:, at. .Mml'i Works. .Sivan-  s-ea and 17 veins wilh lhe Wl^un (.'oal  ���������A; Iron (Jo. Tie i- well i.ipiipped  K-ifiu ilie iiiln'iiiini'iir.. npn  experience and hi^h profes.-ional i  standing  Lo   tfivu   the   hest,   resides in j  A Lar^-. Ilan^oof Imr^-.r'.e.l V.'-r.oler.s lo  .'ro'ln  J,  Ty  _o  Cressman.  ������3Hr"-������lil_n ct Co.'s OM =tand.  XL  FY EXPRESS  E. W. '.'.. I'AfiET, Prr.p.  l'r*-.n.iit tl.'lii^ry nf  parcel.1-*, hftl;i?iii:e. i**.e., to  ,u> i__iriol il,e ij.iy.  thi- Uiu-.  i  111 I114(11 Mttllllf 111*1*1  |������������III)UM1I1I>I KtllC'  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  f\ -*?-_-.  All   on!e  l������?f* ������it It. M. '-rnvih'.*-^ Tnh-'.f.'-o  .-���������lor*', or hy Tel.'pho.'iP No, 7_Jcy ivili rei-.-ivc  promi.t iill-M'.li'ui.  UikIt the Riispli'i-*! of th-i CITY BAND  +���������_-���������:  *****.i^****************  ���������A LOCAL r.VDCSTRV    oi** PirRr.ro hen re fit.'  t THE REVELSTOKE  .    l-'Iv* Af;t>  y-'Iriiinft in  STEAM  Queen's Birthday Celebration.  ill In- sold to Vancouver  i. sinirli; fine for the round  22nd and *i_rd. i;ooi] until  i   connection    with   above)  tic-i-ts v  .-.nd r.'iir.-n i  trip on Mav  Mav tiSili   i  '-ii  THE BEACON"  Will  he pro'cnl-**.!  JleveNioic.  l.y  a ?r.]t.t<\, r-n  rtiniiteiir-l fit  : of  i-eienr.i'. ion.  Halcyon Hot Springs.  Tom Taylor, of Trout Like, v.-as at  Halcyon Hot Springs recently on  electioneer'niK linsinc.-s.  A beautiful specimen of the black  bear wns killed at H.-ilr-ymi, Spi-luirs  hist .Saturday. It wis killed near the  entrance to the L uline Falls.  Hay-making ha* connnenced at  Halcyon Hot Springs, this week a  magnificent field of clover having heen  laid under the sickle lo make hay.  One of the antriinsj parties atHalcyon  Spi-insr. had a very successful basket  1 i������t Monday. A* magnificent, trout  v. a.*- cjiu^rht by Miss JMalie! Ifusband  -.ihirh scaled 5^ pounds, while P. H.  Innji' landed one at 3 po-.nids.  iTapping's Opera  House;  t     ])onrs opin r.t 7:."^j p.m.  2 p.m.  s riiim of thf Ifon'ft can  r Cftiift'ln limy <fc UGoknorii,  - retcr_f:'i for suit*.  Common fie rL H*  he si-on   nt   tlio ?  wh.-rc .vjiits are =  lADMISSiON  ?RESERVED SEATS  50c. I  75c. I  a. r>0!fi mis-* *tho rhanro nf nt������cinK "TFIKS  ������ I)KA<'ON." The piiire is fr.H of iriii������ri_-.t, ;  ���������? I>.ath')= mid Iaucht������r. Nc.v t-f:o������'_r*..-  Special Orchestra. "Come One.   Come Afi. s  \  GOD SAVE THE QUEEN   =  yj_r������j������������������������������V*!i!iT^._���������������::_���������*.r:������:f*>:f)T'?i,3r_r;!:'r:'r ���������w,%ziz-iw  Y..  IS BOTH  The Proprietor rcrpie^ts your  patronage ou the a hove f.icls.  Kirit Class jMachincry and  First Cla-is While Help, ensures I-"ir*-l (JIa*-s Work. A  tiial order is solicited from  outside points, or from resident.-! of Kevelstoke who are  not ulready on our list oT  patrons.  I*  ���������fr  fr  Geo. S. Hog-an  ' Proprietor.  TELEPHONE NO. 43..  **************************  ..LOTS FROM $150 UP.  --ON   EASY   TERMS-  %  M      r>~,  w -@*  ������������������44<L4f*<4(44<f*<(4-*4-������M*-<t-C-*-*-*-*-e-Q  fP <B  ^ Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  fluterib������ f@i;th������ Herald.:  ���������  *-*^_^__jm^JraMy  Is smiii'Lime'i wni|i|.eil In 11 sinnll liolilo,  nml ollun tho iioor Mas been cIosimI on  (lontli by n slnulo Ijoitlu of uieillciuu.  l*-:i'l il iinporiiiiit.lliorL.fori-, with such  serious iniuturs, io bo .suro uf vour  ilrunKist V  We iii-iile ourselvc-i on tlie qiinlilr of  or.r ilru^s, iinil iliuenrefiil \111y in ivfileh  v.'O pre|.!U*o our meiliutnes.  To be truly neeurnte in compoundm;*  ineilii'liies Im mora thun weiiilil*. nml  nietisurei..  FIELD & BEWS  PHARMACISTS,  si-:(;oni) .sTKi':i*,.'i'.    j  your  |.'ll:  .115 vJlill  w is ihe   rfn::>   Id  cull   nn;]   iirrmiL'ti  11 SPKINif SUIT iiml fin 0\*KKi;C)AT  pl.Midiil    line   nf   Mtititu:**(   Ni'wt'.-t  ^lilou l'lutCi**-, j;ou(l worlcjiiaiisliip.  R.S. 'WILSON  Next the-McCatty Block.  .���������.������i-*i":"l'*i������l"i"_"l"l"t**i-l"l-l._?^"l'***i"*i"l.i'  fr fr  ���������f We Repair  ������  * Vv'ATCHES J  I CLOCKS, *  ���������5* and all kinds of .Tcivollerv X  ���������^ T  ���������Tt( *"'**  2t Tf tho   worli' is   not ������utisfnetory we ^  t. refund your monev. J*  * ' 3  % WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK ������  ���������^ and stand bv our Rimrnntee. ^r  ���������?* *������*  4* Wc also carry a uond line of Watclies ^-*  .jit and Jewellery, wliich wc ii^jio.-c of at *i'  4* moderate piivcs. ���������?���������  I E.M. ALLUM, %  fr  fr  r^ ....J    ] ,^.-1... I 11^                                                                ^u  T Wiuvlunitkur nnd Jcu-cler.'      \i.  * First Street, next door to ilsiiAMi cilice.  4-  fr fr  ************************* (.  \ Paints,     Oils,  Glass.  ������ Our delayed stor.k of the nbovft bus just  ' nrrived aud wc have much   pleasure in  nlaciiijr before the I'.evelstoke  public a  list of the Kuod-K we are now prepared to  supply them at reasonable prices.  ..oiled and Haw Oil, Turpentine. Coal,  Tar, Variiftdics In throe prudes.  Colors ground in Oil, Japan or Dry.  Cold Water Kal.somine in every.-.hndc.  Whiting riiistcriiud rorilfind Cement  Ciood^rciiaranteed todje of be^t quality  and all from best makers.  Starrct'.? Mechanics Tools for Sale  ���������^^.W. M. Lawrence  Ilnriiiinro. Tinware. Staves.  5 i'tiints*. oils an,! r.ias-..  5 OS?~A|.i.nt for Iliiiniltou I'oinlur Co.  'jaaaamBBBaKsaaiaaacaaBsmt  Telephone'36.  P.O. Box 86.  Savag-e Bros.  Second Street  THE  Family Grocers  ��������� SAVACK HKOS. licg to inform the public  ... ami their patrons lhat th������y hnvo adilud a  ....choice lineof FUKSII GltOCEKIKS to their  ...stock, anil are prepared to sell at close   figures for cosh. -*���������  Ve still handle  FEED AHD FARM PRODUCE  AU Purchases delivered free of Charge.  Fresh supply of fish every morning.  Careful attention.  Prompt delivery  HARRY EDWARDS  ���������Taxidermist  Deer lliuuts,   llinls,  Anininls,  l-Itx*., preserved  and mounted.  TMtllll STH HUT. I-:.\PT()I--*l3f.-IIOOI.IIOOSl?  Jas. I_  'WrooDROv_r  llutail Ocali'i* in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc'  Fish and Gam��������� in Season'....  All orders promptly filled.  Corner Ilouelns     pnVl.T*.WriWP.   1. (',  nnd Kiiii;siiroel>i   -^^ ���������< IJJilS'l-UJ'ih, O.O.  Jv E hereby notify the smoking  public that the Cigar Makers' Union  have resolved to permit members o(  the Union to wori: in our Factory,  and UNION CKiAR MAiCUKS aro  now at work" wilh us.  !F^(g^������ipy0 .  THOS. ____]'_. Ti i.|u*i_ tn.*.  ***/!,%** (LAI JL,  Is Next to Godliness  ���������a  If ynii wjtnt ymir sc-ivctiRRrinp;  work dono in 11 cli'iin ntul eco-  liiiinif.tl  wily sond ;i cinil l(i  ISliVIirJiTOKK STATION. '  NOTICE  Xotico Is hereby niven to piirchnsers or lots  In Ulnck '*A," Town of K.'velstoke, otherwise  linou'u us the "Mara Townsite Properly," that  all instalments on account of pureh.i.se arc lo  be paid 10 John II. s-.ililm.kl, Mara Towusito  Ayent, and 10 110 other person.  .I.A.MARA,  IN   T1I1C ��������� SUIMtKMK   CIOUP.T   OF    IIUITISIt  COI.UMIUA.  in llie mal ter of Tliouuis Itii'liardson, deceased.  ami  In thc mntter of the "Oliicial Administrator*!.'  Act."  Dated ninth day of Mareli, A.I)., IfHil',  Upon reading the allidavlls or Alexander  Mcltau, Waller .-Vou and fleoine S. MeCarter,  il Is ordcreii that .lames Ferjriison Armstrong,  Oillciiil Adiuiulslriiior for ihe Coutitv i;ourl  IHsirivt of l-Tootciiay, Mini] be Admlnlsirntor of  all and singular the (,-ooiN.cliatleis uud credits  of Thomas Uicliird.-nn, decent.*d, and lhat this  order be published in the Kkykustokt: lli;nAi.u  newspaper for one month.  [Signed]    A. J. McCOLI.,  All persons having claims against the above  mimed deceased are required to .cud in par-  licnlars of their claims, dulv verified, to *,l. 1*'.  Armstronir, Fort Ktcelc, the Administrator,  ivliliin one moiuli from this date, alter which  time tlie said administrator ivil| proceed to  distribute tho estate atuoni; tho*-e persons of  wiiose claims he sliall then have notice and  snid administrator will not be responsible to  any creditor of whose claim he shall not have  hud notice at thc time of such distribution.  Haled this 22nd dav of March 1900.  'G1SO. S. McOAKTER,  Solicitor for thc Administrator.  For Rent.  A fine new nine-roomed house with all  modern improvements, complete in every  detail, having fine bath, closet and bowl,  bc*-ides numerous line clothes closets, pantry,  etc.. and a fine cellar separate fron thc  furnace cellar, eentrallv located. Apply ,at  IlKRAi.uofiicc.  Notice of Sheriff's Sale  UNDER AND HY VIRTUE of a warrant of  execution is-uied out of the Supreme Court  of Hrilish Columbia and directed to tho-  Sheriff of North.Kootenay in a certain action  wherein II. P. Smith and others are plaintiffs  ami Geor-ie \V. Beach and William Crosbie are  defendants. I have this day seized and taken  ir execution all the interest of the defendant.  William Crosbie in those certain mineral  cliiiins known and .recorded as the Standard,  Monitor, ISIael: Dear, Criterion, Contractor,  Iron Hill and Iron Chest mineral claims  situate in tht- 3ijr Bond district of the Revelstoke lninipe dlvi-jlon of Wc.-t Kootenav, and  I will on Wednesday, th<= 23rd dav of Mav,  1900, at the liour of two o'clock in the afternoon, at the Court House, Revelstoke, rafter for  ssle publicly all tlie interest of tho saiij  William Crosbie In the said mineral clatoi id  satisfy the said execution. . *.. .  Dated this 16th dav nf Mav, 1900.   "  JAM_���������_.._ TAYLOR,  j  .    Iie-puty to the .licritf o( North .Kootenay.,  / *-*"  ill  **> I  -���������'������������������Bj


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