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 if  fl  M  *   ���������' /.'t&rCCf  f    ���������,.��������� v^-' V    rr V -   v "J  /  *  j*  M  **'  *'    ,'  REVELSTOKE, B.C.     SATURDAY,   MAY II, 190I.  Year in Advance.  rife  (_v.*.������-,_*.r.������*i-**'*'**>*'**-*^  A. Direct importation from  Kirkealdy.-Scotlaud, now in.  The Patterns are Prettier  than over and the Price is  lower. They include a fine  line oi Ingrains.  Come   and  Examine   tlieni.  J  HM a  i Personal   Paragraphs   Perta'n-  ing to   Railway Men  Picktd  Up by the Herald.  A daily train in to run this summer  tho C. Si E.  J. Magce's bridgo crow came in from  Kamloops thin week.  Tlu> iltito for tin* Imperial rjimitcil to  ���������start this year bus been definite y  i fixed for .1 uno 10th.  There is :i rinnor connected   in   Cal-  I trarv that thu Paeilio iii visum  is to Lo  ' e :l ended to Medicine Hut shortly iind  that,   it  will   take   in the O. A: E. unci  Crow's Nest line.  A football match <--��������� P. R- vs. MoiTTTf-  ed Police at Calgary on Friday encieil  in a broken leg tor U������n*L. ������,,,l<1,������ ,ot  Uu* police. Thi: C. V. K. bad much the  best of the game.  0. E. Bunting, formerly ticket'tgen'.  for the C. P. R. :it Toronto, bus been,  transferred to Vancouver as chief  clerk to E. J. ('oyle, assistant genera!  j ' V  passi.ns.er agem.  The railwav telegraphers now claim  a membership of 21,000, aniltbe oinf  eers ot the luiinn say Unit additions to  its ranks are bain;-, made rapidly m all  sections ol' the country.  T G.-IMcMaiianion, representing the  Brotherhood  of   Railway   Trackmen,  passed through the Slocan  this week  organizing branches of  several points along  P.R.  As a result of tbe recent accident to  barge No. 15, which almost foundered  Last   Saturday  the G. P. R.  began, the weekly ball holiday. ���������  A. -McGregor, bridge foreman, was  iu Lown visiting his family this week.  A daily service (Sundays excepted)  will commence on the S. it O. on  Monday.  ' 11. Crawford, locomotive engineer  at Nelson, was in town Ibis week,  icnewing old acquaintances.  The grand jury at Nelf-on found a  true bill on Tuesday against J as*. F.  lU'-'Gill des Revieivs foi* tbe murder of  .Harry Ruwand last February.'  J������>  the   order  at  the line of the C.  Gente  i!3   .  Ladies'  Children's  Misses'  Latest New York  Novelties���������  We have no hesitation in  statine- thut we have the  prettiest and'nobbiest lines  ever shown in this City.  ������3*������2@������������������^^  in the lake with 15 laden cars aboard,  a number of dismissals bave taken  place on the local 0. P. R* statf.-Nel-  son Tribune.  AVorkontbe new Great Northern  depot at Spokane began this week.  It is to be three stories high and built  of pressed liricfc and stone. It will  have n tower 135 loot high. Tbe site  is on the island.  ' The smallest railway in practical use  in the world is io.inil at DiitTieldband  irV.EifRl.uul:.'--'- The rails are*-only lo  inehW apart and the engines weigh  only 3.07 tons, but, over it not less than  5000 tons are anually transported.  .  .Tinnes Rowne died Monday night'at  9 o'clock, at St. Boniface hospital, as a  result of fatal injuries received at-  o'clock yesterday afternoon, while in  the act of moving a boiler irom a  truck on to a scow at Uie new C. P. B.  bridge at Winnipeg.  A Montreal despatch dated Tuesday  says*       The' advance   in    Canadian  Pacific   stock   to   1174   in   the    local  market and to 1174 in Wall street was  the talk of the town today.   The result  of this advance is  tbat many Mon-  trealersand Canadian   generally -are  thousande of dollars richer.        ^        1  Tbe construction of thc big addition  to tho C. P. B. hotel at Field has commenced.    Workmen in large numbers  arc now engaged on the foundations  and building material is being shipped  daily  from   Vancouver.        There   is  trouble in getting enough carpenters  .tolwork_on.the._oh  'he Great Northern repair* .--bops tit,  (.'reat l-'a!!.-', .Mo:U., luivi-been ordered  closed on account of the strike of -10  men for belter wages. The company  refused to grant the demand.  rt is understood lhe C. P. R-'s local  train to .".nd from Vancouver to Kamloops will lie put on again after June  ..-;l. This is locally christened the  'hum and ejjg" train, and is a useful  service. -*  . ���������  The lUiim.'apolis Tribune su Mioses  that the demands of the local machinists for a 0 hour day aud 12;% increase  in M-ages which will be made on Uie  201 h, are likely to he conceded by the  employers.  On Wednesday evening Rev. J". XV.  Litch, Baptist minister at Calgary,  united in wedlock W. Bean, locomoti\ e  foreman on Calgary to'Laggan run, to  Miss Bessie Birdseli, daughter of  Conductor Birdsell, recently of Calgary hut now in the States., Miss  Jennie Craves acted as bridesmaid and  Engineer W. Niven as best man.  Three-quarters of a million of dollars  in addition to its cost, $2,000,000, is to  be expended by the Great Northern, it  is asserted, in providing for tbe safety  of engineers and   trainmen   handling  traffic   through   the   Cascade .tunnel  three and a quarter miles, long, piercing the Cascade range in Washington.  During the   coming   summer, .-Air.  Archie.  Baker,   the' European .trntiii*.  man.igerof the Canadian. Pacific',  will  personally   conduct   a tourist   party,  m-ide up of English aiul European travellers, over the lines of the   Canadian  Pac-ilic, from Quebec: to Vancouver and I  return.     The   tourists   will  airiv'e.at  Quebec on"Jiinc.20ll>-'*!itia the" time; 61*  the trip will rccupy one month...  That Spokane is becoming a railroad  center of nosuiall importance is" indicated by the passenger servici  afforded its citizens. Willi tbe inauguration of the summer schedule cu,  the several roads, which takes effect  on Sunday, there will be twenty-lwc  passenger trains handled out ol  Spokane every twento four hours, ten  uu the Northern Pacific-, six ontln  Gieat Northern, four on tbe Oregoi  Railroad & Navigation and two on thi  Spokane Falls and Northern.  A stiike of Delaware Lackawanna &  Western Railroad employees wn-  precipitated at Scranton on Monday  hy the refusal to grant the request ol  the workmen for ;i nine-hour working  day at tbe present rate of wages. All  the men went out, including machinists, blacksmiths, hoilermakers .im"'  helpers, engine-wipers and laborer.-, tf  the number of 000. These, with tin  shop men w'oo struck on Saturday foi  t.he   ieinslatementoftheiiia.il   Hick**  Aid. Newman Will be a Candidate���������Election Day Next  Friday.���������Nominations Tuesday.���������The City Will Take  Over the Scavenging".���������New-  Pound Keeper Appointed.  The city council niet l.-iit. night us  ii������uiil. Pie.-ent Aid. "MrCnrty (in the  chair). Newman, Bourne. Alii'.i'miiisoii  and Nettle.  CrmilKSI'DNDKNCl..  Mayor Kilp-itriek wrote resigning  disposition as mayor owing to his  llnding it impossible to combine the  duties with I hose of his new position  as    acting    superintendent    of    the  * -���������������������������.-,     ���������i��������� ���������  Mountain and Shuswap division of the  C.P.R, .  An inv'.t.itic'U was received from the  Knights of Pythias for a representative  uf.tho council to attend the grand  lodge supper and concert on Tuesday  evening. Aid Newman was selected  for lhis honor.  _U-.SOT.TJT-ON CIV   APPJIKOIATIOX  It was moved by Aid.  Abr.-i'iamson",  ���������seconded by Aid.   Nettle:   That     the  resignation  of BThomas Kilpatrick as  mayor of the"  city   of   Ke.velstoke   he  accepted and that the office of  mayor  he and the  same   is   hereby   declared  vacant and th.it this council   do   place  on record its high appieciation  of  the  valuable services rendered to this city  hy Mr. Kilpatrick in his capacity  first  .Is" alderman and later as   mayor   and  ���������lo express the regret of the������membc-r.-:  of Uie council at the loss the city  will  issiiredly sustain in being'deprived   of  rhi" services of such a. capable  mayor.  .*-" -i *--  Ciiried.  Chief Bain reported the fite   alarm  it the strain  laundry  on   Wednesday  last,  "The'ieport was laid over to give  the proprietor time to put on an  extra  15 feet'"on   bis   smoke'stack  and   an  ���������jflicient spark arrester, as'ordered by  t*ie fire inspector.  '      REPORTS" OP COMiUTTEKS  The health committee recommended  wall-Hit er.: h . lo.ets 25c per nioiith���������  nuai-ding Iioum'S. hotels, stores ami  l-.iildingsotiior'than Jprivate houses to  be specially rated.  The report wa*-* returned to the committee to have the bylaw amended l_on  the lines of the report.  TIIK MAYOHM-TV Kl-l.OTIOX  Thn solicitor stated that the election  for a now mayor would have to take  place JO days from the. date of the  acceptance of 7-iayor Kilpatrick's  resignation and the nomination not!  less than three days before the  election.  Aid. Newmav. resigned in order to  run for mayor nnd the dat es of tbe  nomination and eleciion uf a new  mavor and alderman for Ward 1 were  fixed for Tuesday May Mth and Friday  May 17th respectively. Nomiuation  to take place at tbo city clerk's ol'lice  between the hours of 12.-indM k. and  the election at Tappings opera house  betweed the hours of S and 10 k.  Aid. -McCiirty was appointed acting  mayor in the interim.  The position of pound keeper was  declared vacant by resolution and W.  Fleming appointed -is acting pound  keeper to act as such immediately  until a permanent appointment is  inu.de.  The council thon adjourned.  OF TiilH^  LATEST  WIRINGS.  E. E.  Clark of the Contractors  Made an Address.  Mii.wai:".".*:, May 7.-E. E. Clark,  grand chief of tlie Order of llailway  Conductors, delivered a lengthy  address before tbe Brotherhood of  Hail way Trainmen's convention loday.  ill*. Clark dwelt upon the present  situation of railways, and theirrelation  to organization.*-*, and advocated  cooperation. Several proposed a mend-  nienls to llu'. constitution were received, the mo.-t important of which was  to create a reserve fund of 155(10,000 for  an insurance, department. Another  amendment calls for the creation of a  new ollicer to be known as fourth vice  grand master. The afternoon was  devoted to the consideration of contested insurance claims.  The   Local   Legislature Prorogues Tomorrow.  Father and Son.  Trooper C. Harris or Strathcona's  Horse, who enlisted here, wentthrough  on Wednesday evening for bis home  at Salmon Arm. Speaking of his  home-coming, the Toronto Globe say**:  ���������'The young man, whose home is on  afruil farm at Salmon Arm, B. 0..  enlisted as a private al, Kevelstoke and  his father had an "application to the  siinie. squadron accepted at Kamloops.  The father arid son then came across,  the continent and sailed together to  the seat of war-with a kindred zeal  for service. They rode to the front,  together'and fought side hy side  through many engagements. Tbe  hand of fortune seemed to favor them,  for, although oftentimes exposed to  the fire of the enemy and subjected to  the uncertainties of the. c.iuipaign,  tl.ey went through   without   a   mark.  But when about to'embark  for Eng-  : ���������unil un the way homeward, happy  in  "Union"' and  "Special,"  The Kevelstoke Cigar Manufacturing  Cov. are we understand about making  several  alterations  and   additions   lo  lheir   fiiciory   on   First   St.   and Mr.  Harris the   enterprising manager has  cigar linkers to meet tlie demand for  the     now     famous     "Union"      and  "Special" brands or cigars which have,  become  so  popular not only in Kevelstoke   but all  over the south country.  Mr. Harris informs us tbatjthe factory  is "pushed   to   its   utmost   to  fill   the  the  numerous orders  in hand and  it,  spanks   well for the  enterprise of the'  promoters of this new industry  in onr  city to  lind   they   produce  an  article  which  is.  so   well appreciated by the  puhhc that they are -.elling their goods  in  competition with the local factones  i��������� outside   points. '    The   Revelstoke.  factory   intends   introducing   a    new  brand olliand made cigar shortly and  the company  guarantee every   cigar  sold-by them to   be manufactured  in  Revelstoke from core to.wrapper as  thev make it their policy to handle no  "readv  mades"  and  their patrons are  sure   of" having   a  "lievelstoke made  cigar" a   "union   make   cigar"   and a  ���������..well-made cigar.",;. ";">'.<���������',.,.; ;-"-5.������<;.4  PANIC ON WALL ST. AVERTED  Narrow Escape  of  thc   Salisbury Government   from Defeat.���������Big-   Strike in  San Francisco.���������Irish Paper Seized ���������  Various    Happenings   all  the World *.-  Over,  Victoria. May 11.���������The Provincial  Parliament, will prorogue this evening  and a, short session will be held in  July, if in. th'.* meaiitiuie the government can make arrangements for  building the Coast to Kootenay line.  Exclusive of thi* l'aihvay subsidies,  close on to three million dollars has  been voted for supplies.  Quarantine has been" declared at  Skagway and Juneau against Sitka  and Southeastern Alaska points.  London, May II.���������Ir. the. house of  commons last night the government,  narrowly escaped defeat. An opposition motion on thc Scotch education-  estimates was only defeated by a  majority of 12.  Montkeai., May 11.���������The Str. Lake  Superior is quarantined at Grosse  Isle for 21 days with smallpox on  board.   She has TOO passengers.  Xi_\v York.  May 10.���������The Chicago  banks shipped 820,000,000 currency  to  JNew   York   last   night.       The   stock  market is quieter in "N'ew York  today  and   prices   are  firmer,   many stocks  being    higher.     Several assignments  are   reported.       There    is   plenty .of  money at six per cent and settlements  for "Northern Pacific stocks   ut  150 by  the big brokers to help out the shorts  have   averted  the  danger   and saved  many failures.     Saturday is a holiday  on change and there will be no further  developments   of   the    situation " till  Monday.     "  . .lend that a good s-horse, cart and  equipment tie -purchased- for this  purpose. Also that householders pro-  Vide a .barrel with a cover or otl cr  proper receptacle in, which they sha.l  leposit their garbage to he removed hy  hescavenger._That houses with earth  closels be charged fifty cents per  month and houses having flush closets  son had him placed aboard the trans  port Luke Erie, and soon after putting  ont to sea lie rallied. But later in the  voyage a relapse occurred, and when  they reached- England the. invalid  soldier was entered at Herbert hospital,  Woolwich, where shortly* alterwards  he died. The heart-broken, son then  turned his face again towards the sea.  K. P. Grand Lodge.  The provincial grand   lodge  of   the  Knights   of Pythias   will  assemble in  session here on Tuesday.   -Many of lhe  delegates  are   expected to   arrive  on  Monday evening. The B������������n4 f,"a?������  will, meet in the lod'-re room of bo cl  Range lodge in the Oddfellows hall.  In the evening a banquet will be given  in Tapping's opera house.  P������5>SX-DG"1>^^ I  ys' t* - ' ������  il!srl������u'gydv at   Dover,..N.. .3.*. )������������k;  ���������* n  v.  K������  1  1  We   want   your Order   for  several reasons.���������  Because  We can save you money.  Because  Wo  can   please  you in ,  quality.  Because  We can ensure you good  service.  We intend giving special  attention to FRUIT this  Summer and will have  them as fast as they ripen.  Strawberries and Cherries  are arriving now.  C.B. HME  &C0  J. W. Leonard, thenewsuperintend-  u..'t of the Western division, C. P., R.,  arrived in Winnipeg Sunday nicirning  from the east. Superintendent Leonard wns accompanied by Superintend-  e*its D. G. Ross, of the Fort-William  division, and James Oborne. the retir-  i ing western division superintendent,  the latter having gone to Fort M il-  liam to accompany "Mr. Leonard. .  p Moore's bridge gang is ��������� in   town  froni   Mission,   where they have been  working since November on -tho   new  bridge across the Fraser.  ' 'li.e structure consists of nine spans and a drawbridge.     Six  .-.pans are  in place and  niioUici- is in the sheds rendy'to be put  in,   as soon as the low water-- permits,  thework beginning again.   -The  job  waa   handled   entirely   by Mr. Moore  without a. hitch or accident. ���������    ,  *       .  The Journal of Commerce says the  plans for a consolidation of locomotive  manufacturers are   rapidly   assuming  definite shape.   W. Seward Webb and  George   II.    Longbottom   have   been  elected directors of the International  Power  company.      Mr.   Longbottom  was formei'ly president of the Roger s  Locomotive Works at Patterson, IS. J.  It is said that a new company  will .1 e  formed which will acquire -nearly all,  the locomotive building plants   in. the  country,   except  the  Baldwin   Locomotive Works.  Tlie long deferred struggle between'  railways of England and the Employes'-  union threatens to be precipitated by a  dispute with the Northwestern.rail-  wiy The directors recently d isimssed  eight men. ������������������i transferred* others  concerned in a libel case brought by a  district supcrintemlt-nt against the  Newspaper union. The company s  cue thus far is woak, liecause. while  announcing their reasons for then-  action, it does not give the fucts. The  men denv tlie charge that the union  made this a test ease. A crisis will  probably be reached next week, when  nearly   2.000    Lad  strike in Scranton.  awanna   men    oi  FIFTEEN DATS  The Magazines.  Locomotive Engineering for- May i*  full of interest as usual,' li'sides th-  umal technical articles, the illu-lratt d  d'scripticn of personal otiseivat.inii fn  the trans-Siberian railway' by L.  Lodian is concluded in this nuinhei  The writer sums up tbe lesiilt of hn  investigation as follows:  As a success-, it will, be   a  failure,  and as a failure it will be a succe.-s. li  other words, the great  .Siberian   wil  prove a Miceesbful failure���������financially  It. will never pay. m> long as it ri'iuiiin  i . tbe hands or anJolticial ailmin.stri  t'on.   Lease it.on low teim** to  P''iv,lt'  individuals, and  it   niiKbt   pay   afle  some   fifteen   or   twenty   years;    hn  then, even on low terms, the adinini-  tvation would never be likely  lo   fin  anvbody" willing  to  tackle  the   hugi  white   elephant.     In   would   be    to.  gigantic an effort   even   for    wes-ten  capitalists, who moreover, would neve:  be able to  work   harmoniously   will  Russian officialdom."  "Certain it is that with the luullin -  ation of its military and loinrnerci**.1  importance by the building, as alrendj  h'ntec", of more southerly trans-Asiatic  railroad systems, the trans-Siberiai  threatens to become reduced to littli-  b't'.er than a couple of rusty rei  streaks 5.000 miles long! An expen  sive $250,000,000 railroad that- rustinj:  under only too limited local traffic usi  and for occasional military requirements.  The prospect is   not bright  fcr   tin  trans-Siberian.     It  is  hopelessly  he  tween the two d's.   So the PelerLurg  people can only make np   their   minds  to always run the railroad at  an  etc  nomic loss."  bourne Bros, having' decided to remove their  Stores on the corner of Mackenzie Avenue and  First Street-we will'commence a Big Removal  Sale to reduce the stock before moving.  , -'Despatches in Brief. -  ��������� -  - The British government telegraphs  have gone behind ������8.300,000 since the  government took the.*n over." '^ r^       (  t-'Eourtieen'--n\in^  sent home'fro-nschool in St. Cathrines'  Ont,, yesterday   because"tbey did not;  have vaccination" certificates.    ''������������������'.  The boiler of a freight engine on the   ,  Huntington & Broad railway exploded  ; yesterday   killing   four  of   the  train  crew.  . The Americans   have  evacuated all ;  districts in Pekin under  their control  except the forbidden city.  Demonstrations at Titles, in Russia,  have  been suppressed by  the troops.    ���������  Forty  one   arrests  were   made J and  many persons wounded.  Altogether ."iOO arrests have been  make in Barcelona, Spain, and the  disorders are subsiding.   -  The Seamen's Union at Amsterdam  has proclaimed a.generrl strike.  About 2000 men are on strike in,  various trades tit San Francisco,  including cooks, waiters, linkers and  machinists. The Master Bakers  threaten to'close.everv bakery in the  city. :    -  The total population of-Englnnd-and  Wales is 32.525.71G.   .        - r  Tlie    police   have   ^izeH^Vm"*-0'*r~:  Brien's weekly paper, the Irish People.  It is reported  that the  seizure   was  made on account of lellectio'ns  upon  King Edward.  -*:    ~^-*i:' rV--"- 3_  - 'V-"'1 .'j'V'-"-I  --. I ."-; i*|  j''     I   r'T,i>  '*'*���������  1 BARGAINS m ALL DEPARTMENTS i  en's  :&  O  s  ,��������� EtcB, Etc-  I BARGAIN PRICES FOR CASH ONLY I  An attempt was made this morning  to haul awav the band stand opposite  the opera house with the intention,  the Hkrald understands,'of placing it  some location  further  up  town.  This will be a Genuine Money-Saving Sale at Ground Floor ^s  Don't miss this Grand Opportunity to make your Surnmei purchase...  mobably be reached next ween., wiu-u   (,n   SOuie location  iiirtiier  up   iuwii,  the directors give their final  decision. I The attempt was however frustrated.  Qj xyuu o   *jj*"o   *jj-i.^u   v������--j.-���������~*   ti--- .. <���������  Methodist Church Report.,  At tbe fourth Quarterly Official  Meeting of the Boaid of .he .Methodist  church of this city, the pastor submitted tbe report of membership  showing 20 received dining the year  and 30 removed. - leaving a total of  (13 members reported to April 30.  During the 3 yenrs pastorate of Rev.  S. J.-Thompson he has received over a  hundred persons into the church.  Eighty persons have been removed  leaving a net gain of 20. Thero are C2  families in connection with the church  and between 40 .ind 50 young men in  attendance.  The reports of the Stewarts showed  that thc regular income from plate  collections was - ������379.40. From  envelopes "5G87.75. Arrears paid  SHS.   Total $1100.15.-  The trustees have received and  expanded S4S5 during the year completely wiped out the debt on the  property.  For the Missionary cause S150.    For q  the Superauuated Ministers S55.   For  other church benevolences S55.  The members of the board expressed  the warmest thanks to the stewards  for the able manner in which the  finances had been managed.  ' A most eulogistic vote of thanks was  carried by the Board u> Rev. S. J.  Thompson and wife for the able and  efficient manner in whidh tbey both,  had labored for the interest of the  congregation during thethree years of  their pastorate.* aud assuring them  of good wiii and best wishes for the  future.  At an adjourned meeting "of the  board held last Fiiday the conference  was requested to extend  the  term  o������  I Mr. Thompson another year.  - ?  *r\.g .t.u-iil>----.****   ���������*������������������ .*��������� ���������������������������*���������*--- ^mlsM,* ^(vnlil miif ^{ailwafi
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'���.iniwn as tin* Van lliii-iu-Tliiiinas
syiiilii'iiti'���i*nn;.'ijj;ed in the Mirvey ol' a ; (<-p
pruji'i'li'd liui* of railway, lo i-unni'i't . K^
Havana anil Simla I'-lara purls with|).V,
i.      ...  .i��.,.. .:....     i> ie : ..'*-<*''
SPACE RESERVED FOB
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lu <..l:l-.l-.-l'i'Nlii'.*."i-. I   I      :,,,
Wr   !n\iie   correspondence "H   ��iiy  Mibjei'l ' ' '
.J! ilitere-l I" llie slelierKl pnblle.     In all i*a-i*-
itir bona tl.le nam..* of llie writer  mn-*!  aeeoni-	
���.nnv  inaiiti-erlfi.    but     in-l  n.*. iiiily  for   upon .ms
���-.ii.ilcatioti. Inwii bv I'lii'i'liasi'.
A.t.lr"." all ttimiiiuiiicatbiii'* in llr'" """
I'liei'lo l'tineipi'. llayaiiiiiiiiiilSanli.-i
ill* Ctlllil��� ,'H'l*    "Illl'l'Ul'll,"      till!     i'l.-lll.'ll
I' piililie wi
tlll'lll    plM'tllil:
���ks hi't'i' having : ("y*;
Iii i'i-uss puhlic ' i*y
irrniiiiil
their   -fji)
MmiHirer.
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m.tii-k in rimi:n?iiiM'i:*-i-'.
,*i.rre.|Miii��b.|ii-e    titu*t   h>-
hi um* >l<le nl tli>* paper "lily-
Hi it   ah'i'.'iily
Tin*  i-iini-i-s.-ii'li I
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'. fuiislriii'l.  a    railrnnil    hot wren   Santa    "��,.'
hi bv  limit her; '4$,
li. -1
t t'lara and S,*intiaj_;u i*- m-iii n.v   nmnm-i ; -y
iiit'ly ; iMinipany - au     Aiiii'i'ii'iin     syiulic.-ili'. ��� 'j��
. ln-adril   by   don.   A.   Cl (Ji'i'i'iiwimil. , f'��*
������-I'orre.non.t.'iiee     n.ntaliiiiis       l-'-r a).'""'""    ���*.'     *     .      . .   .     LI'S*!
i��a'n.*'r mii-t lai.-iiin-.l wiili the pnip-r name ' wIium*-{rjinl. nl  mil hunt y   ������.���iini'   oi't'-'i-   fV,
of ilie writer. ��� nally    fnun   Spain   (Ihri.Ufjh    an   old | ^J
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'i. t.ftr.oitAS.
Editor.
Al K.\. I.I"C.\S.
Travelliiii; Annul.
steamboat
There is no
department
.Saturibiy. -May 11 lb, UM.
THE WAGON ROAD  AGAIN
Il appeal-!, that  the   deptirtnieiit   of
I_*iiirl-* A Works has made up its mind
not to rc-coiiiinence operations on   the
Canyon wagon road until   it   is   absolutely   certain   that   the
project will materialize,
real   ground   why    the
-mould   entertain   any   doubts on tbe
matter.      There is   already 80000 subscribed out of the .-j-lOiOOO necessary to
build the boat and   the   main   reason
why the balance is not forthcoming  is
thn delay of the department in getting
io work on the   road.       Tlie   government, like its predecessors   has   come,
fre.-b to this  much   mooted   question.
With   the people   of   Kevelstoke it is
wearisomely stale and old.      We have
been   told   scores   of   times   by   tbis
minister' and by that that the government cannot Im.* expected to build   tin*
iiiad   until   a   -steamer   is   put ou thc
river, and we have answered, until  we
a iv   tired   of answering Hint, .nobody
will entertaiu the.idea of putting any
money into the. steamboat proposition,
until they  see   the   government   well
under way with tlie  road.      Wu have
,t*en our   representations   disregarded j
or put aside with   ine-anhigles**    prom-I
i.-es.       We. have ..-I'-en   appropriation
made for this very roan either allowed
in   lapse   or   ������lse.   diverted    to   other
objects.       XVe   <1"   "nl mean to blame
lht- present government* at, all.      It*  is
the   iir>t   we   have.   seen,   whieh   has
l-'i-i:iii.-hiii.-in'.s I'liui'i-ssiiiii.) being run
��� liriiicil by tin* Cuban revolutionary
������guverniiii-nt" as well ashy (ieni-rals
l��iwton and Wood, tin* I'nili'd Stales
authorities al, Santiago (both military
anil civic) before the. Koraker n-Miliitiiui
ever bei'iiiiii'a law. Hut when the
latter went into elVert. Creenwood's
men were advised to postpone making
any survey pending its revision: the
suggestion was taken into consideration, and. in i*iinsi'i|ueiice. all work
inaugurated was sii*-peiidcil. lint,
what was lheir surprise, a few weeks
later, to lind that an "English" syndicate, headed by Sir AVilliam Van
Home, of Canada, who never pretended to have a charter to huild.ii railroad in Cuba, was making a survey of
a' line of road to connect the same
points mentioned in the (iruenwood
concession ! The Canadian and his
American associates in the enterprise
are understood to have boasted that,
being "Knglisb" capitalists and counting upon the "British foreign ollice to
protect their investments, neither tlie
Cuban insular authorities, llie military
governor of the. island nor the war
department at Washington would
dare block their way: intimating lhat
the Foraker bill could only be regarded as affecting Americans seeking
concessions in Cuba ! Gen. Greenwood
protested against . the. Van llorne
engineers' as "trespasers" upon the
line which his company had projected.
and a.s violating his rights under
concession ante-dating the passage of
the measure introduced in congress by
the senator from Ohio: lmt. appareiitly
his protests were not altogether
effective. The    Canadian'   Anglo-
Americans leased the Santiago *v Si.
I-ouis railroad (leading westward from
Santiago) from the I'ennsylvanians
owning the line, and have acq tii red in
some-way. as yet unexplained, the
���lucaro. San "'"eriiando iV Cie'go de
Avila railway���a gnverimient military
line along the old Spanish troeha
dividing the provinces ui' Puerto
Principe and Santa Clara' and i-rus-iing
the "central portion nf Culm from north
to south: and. through the purchase
outright of strips of land required
along the route .-elected, have lieen for
1 months engaged in grading sections of
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SS-fc-
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, Etc.
"OTJ/^Q      Revels
toke
Station.
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T    M. dCOTi' 11. A., 1.I..I'-
Ilnrrlntcr,   Snllcltnr,    ."Ciitiiry.  I'liblie,   Etfi.,
Mi.Keiizu*. Avenue, iiev(il**l.'K** nl.uiuii.
.Money to louu,
H
AltVKY, M*UA1!TK"��. it 1'INUIIAM
Jltirrl tors, Solieilors, Klu.
Solicitors for lui'imriiil Hunk of lliuiailti.
Uonipiiuv I'ntuts lo loan ins pei-i-unl.
]'iii*>t *..-iuxr, UevelalokeKiiuioii, It. C.
M-"DICAL.
T    W.dl'OSS,
tilllei*:     -Miiel-cnzic ,i venue, ltpv<*l*.lnlii*, B.C.
sum,i on 'ro 'i in: ���'.. i'. it,
Health Ollieer, Citv in Uevelslol.e.
CHURCHES
���ssa-Pigs
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Rnglish managers of the railway  lines
ol'  Cuba  already   iu   operation  llatly
refusing   to   allow  the.   United States
military line even a switch connection
with their system.      And  thoy finally
compelled the chief quartermaster   lo
lease one of their old sugar warehouses
and   docks   way up in the bight of the
harbor,    upon   which   supplies for thc
���iriiiy of occupation   have   since   been
landed.      If Van Home gels control of
the Triscoriiia railroad.   Greenwood's
friends assert that* the Knglishman will
turn bis option   over   to   the.   British
capitalists   owning   tbe   other   "Consolidated'' lines centering at  this port;
pocketing a   handsome,   profit for   his
trouble in the negotiations.
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A. N. SMITH I THE MOLSONS BA
I1AKF.R,  nONKEOTlOXKU,
anil t'ftlerer Kte.
CHOICE GROCERIES.
(1RAHAAI BREAD
Wedding Cake, a Specialty.
-iimiiiiiiist t'llrni'ii, ina-KiM-oKi:.
I'reiteliiiii; seiviiM'-* tit 11 u. in. anil 7::'.(��� |i. in.
.rlii**,*. ini'i'iliiK "l H"' elo-i- oi Uie niot-iiiin;
en-li-i". Mililnitli Si'lniiil an,I I'.li.i..-('In-.- at :i;:in
i\'i*i*l:lv I'mv��.*i* Mc.'lin*,' every U'lMlne-.luy
���venin'.; at 7:im. Tlie jinlil'.i. ure e.n'.-liiilly
uniie.l.   hent*. free.
liev. S. .1.  litoMivriN, l'listor.
m. ei:-iiat'�� i iii'iteu, asuui-an.
i:i*{lit it.m.. Holy KueliirM; 11 ii.in.. niiilln��,
I.ll'inv nml -ermon (Holy Mieliiirl-i iir*.t Snn-
iluv In ilie iiiniitiu; 'J::'." i-un'liiy m-IiiuiI, or
elillilren'-servliM*: 7:.:u liven-on*; li-lniriil) Hint
-el-mon.    Holy  Ilal���Tlie  Holy   l*.nelinrl*-l   i*l
. elel.i'iileil al " n.ni. or N u in . a- iinnonn I.
llolv l!a|.tl*.m aiii'i* Siin.liiyKi-liool at:'.:!...
1-. A. I'luii-I'NIKII. Hoc-tor.
i*itKiii\"ri:iiiAN i iiriii'ii.
Servli'i* even* S'nn.luv ut 11 u.in. nml 7:"(l ji.m.
lo uhieli all are wi'Iimi'iih*.     I'niyer nieeliiiK ul
.*. n. m. everv w eilni'iilnv.
i:i:v. w. '���. I'.ii.iiiat, I'uitor.
Mll-s
foiu-ili
HUMAN
at   in:::<��� i
Siinilnys in
I'ATimi.ii' i
. in.,   on
tin* iiionl
iti:v.
���ni'iiril.
lir-.(.  .seeruiil mid
i.
���ATllint  TII l vi:n.
MeeliiiH
Street.
every n
VAI ION   Al
Kill in llR
MV.
li- Hull
<ni
���"rout
^-l*1'
Mail orders promptly and carefully
attendejd lo
P. O. Box
IX'2.
Revelstoke, B.C.
leeugnized in any   tangible   shape the
���-upreini.    importance     not*   only     ,0 | tlioir iti-cijfftfcl l-n.-itl. in opi-n  di'liance
Kevelstok* but to the whole province
of npeniiiff up the Wig Bcml country.
Hut they inu-t recogniw the fact that
lhe people of Kevelstoke have good
iv:i=*on for wishing to see the government ofthe province tak��- hold of this
wagon road and commence operations
a.*, if they meant basilic
Circular Announcing the Result
Of the Recent Negotiations of
The Committees With the
Head Officials at Montreal.
Tiie following circular letter has
been addressed lo theTiacknien by the
committee enl rusted with negotiations
at the (*. 1'. H* headquarters in
Mont real :
Your commit tee met at Montreal on
the 1.1th inst.. piepaicd wage schedule
I'm- mninlciiiiiit'i'.. of way department
i-inplovi'S on the various ilivi.-inn*-* ol'
lhe (������ I*. H. and i I'qiii-.-t'-d .Mr. D
Mi-Nii'oll. second vice, president nnd
general iniin-igi'i-. to give ;:*; a hi-.irii'.g.
lh.it. we might plnce your grievanie*.
properly before him. Onr reqiu*st wa*.
complied wilh.
(Jin- lir.-t meeting took place on
Thursday, the ISth inM.. .Mr. -Mi-
N'icoll contended I hat. coinniilt*'C'j. re
piesent ing all other classes of theii
employes had always been required tu
take up their grievance.*, with minor
ofiicial> liefore presenting lliem to the
lNl-OltVOItATKIl  BY  ACT 01' 1'AIII.IA.UENT,  ISM
HZEjtVHD   OPFIOE:   XAOXXTX^TIJ^JLj
3 PATRONIZE
2 HOME INDUSTRY
Paid up Capital '    -       -       -       -       $2 500.000. ���
Rest Fund  2,050,000
11IRRHT0RS:
Win, iM'ilson M.*icphi*rson.'President;    H. II. K.ving. Vii-i'-President
XV. M. Ramsav.   ��� S imiiel Finlev.      .1. P. (���leghorn,  '
H. iMnrkland Molson.      I.I -Col. P. V. Henshaw.
James Ei.i.iott, General iM-inager.
A [jenerftl banking husine.-,s transacted.       Interpol nlloweil at i-urrciit rules.
'* J. D. MOLSON. Mnnauer
ISovel-aol.e, H. C.
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Our Special  ||
arid Union
Cigars
1 UNION LABOR
2 RF.VI*:r.STOKE (T(*AR  M'F'C.
$ COMPANY,
y   llevelsioke Stiition. m
Columbia
Rates: . $i.oo :per day.
Good accommodation.,,VA g-ood Bar. well supplied with
Choice Wines, .Liquors and Cigars.
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Ueil Ito*io Decree mceN seeonil anil rnurlh
l**riitiiys (if eneli nimitli;   While Knse  lle^reo
incuts tlrslFrtilny nf viti-h innnili.in uddfellows'
Hull.   Ylslliiie liroihren weli'onu".
W.M. WATSON', 1IY. l.DWAItDS,
I'reslilcnt. beeretary.
Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.
Meets every Wednesday in
Oddfellows' Hull at So'el'oek
Visiting Knights invited.
13. Or. Bun ill 1x11., C. C.     :    :    :    :    :    :
:   : F. XV. iMackiniiot, K. iw It. & S.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.
.Keirnlnr incuttiiKS are lielil  in tlio
ta      Oililfellnw's Hull mi tlie Third l-'ri-
K__    ilny iitciu'li month, nt S ii.m. sliurp.
Visilini; hri'thren i.nnllnllv Invitecl
TIIOR. ST.._.I>, W.M.
\\. ll. J1IHM.*i. iui:.-See..
Free,Bus-Meets All Trains.
R. HOWSON & COT.
i>   likely   10 Ik*   much   heartiness   on
lheir part in putting .their money  into
lhu steamboat project.     The business
men   of    Revelstoke   stand   virtually
pledged today to get* the steamer on as
soon as the wagon road shews signs of
lh-ingcarried  through to   completion.
Thiit*   i.-   the   position      which     they
as-Minied long ago and which they   arc
willing   lo   make   good   at any time.
Uul on the other   hand   project   after
pi-ojeet   ha.-   I***en   formed   to   put    a
r-teainer   on   thc   river   and has 1m*cii
abandoned   l-ecau-i*   the   government
of thi* pi-ovinct* at lhe time has  failed !
to do its .-hare in building tin* road, in
.-pit*-   of   f-very   pledge   and   promise
iK-i*.*;ibli*.    The HBR.vl.Ii does not, doubt
for   one   moment*   that   th.*     present
government will carry out  it*,  pledge
tn the letter, lint our people have lieen
Lit mi ofu-.i: that they are a  trifle  shy.
in view   of  this fact, which cannot be
������ont-ei-ted.   the   Hkkai.ii   would urge
u..H>u the government the advisability
of losing no further time in  ooniniunr*-
work on the road.     Then*   is a   good
a��-al to lx- done and tin*, season ipiirkly
jJip<away.      If the road work ispi-o-
.--.-cuted with.-omc shew of   vigor   and
earnestness, the steamship project will
}*��� ciairii-il tbi-ongb   without difficulty.
Hut   if   the   govi-i-nment.   like    tlmii-
jnt-dece.-soi-s. it-fuse to co-operalc* with
the pitiirMJters of the-steaml-oat   prop-
ositinii   iand . ivcpiin*   10 .-cm: tlu*   Ixwt
almost lannchetl   lH-fon*  tbey   turn   a
.-hovel ��*i the  J-oad.   then the, chalices
of the law.       And   where Cuban labor
could  not   1"'   had,   Jamaica   negroes
have been imported by   tin* boat,   load . KtM,e.ra.l niaiiagei-
for   the   work,    notwithstanding   the j     Wi* toe
protest raised by tbe press and public j count,   of
throughout Cuba against the bringing j men we represent, we could not
in of any but,  white   immigration,   or | the expense Lhat would b
! the   engagement,   of   foreign labor by i sending  committee
before there '<"''"'-''*''-'** wll,-M1 tbou-wiiitls of natives
' are-without���eniploy_iueiil*=.ni_id___r,h._.__t__
families in want. But. the refusal of
the civil governor of Principe province and that of Santiago to allow the
Vint Home survey   parties   to   either
Undertaking
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&
P. BURNS & GOT.
A. H. HOLDICH
ANALYTICAL CHEMIST
AND ASSAYER.
(loyal Pelionl of Mines, London.    Seven  years
at  Miirfa  Works,  KM-nnseti.     17   years  bhlet
Olieinisi   to Wijiiin Octal ami  Troii Co.,   ..ng.
r.ale olicnniil ami Assayer, Hall Mines, Mil.
Claims exiiniluott ami lepnrtml ii[ion.
Revelstoke, B.C.
Certificate of Improvements
ASH
Embalming.
?��i:^!Z^ZZ Retail dealers in Furniture
MACKENZIE AYE.
tV.n-d
incurred  in
to I.iy grievances
iiefore ollicials who do   not   have   full
iiithoiily In adjust then
securing their co-operation.
2. By perforiiiin ' yonr duties as
iliiiiiiienaricr'_of~way -dcpartment-nii-
ploys in such a way as to convince
all the of.ici.il** that you fully appreciate the  recognition   yonr ci-minille*-*
g PRIME BEEF.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
PORK/    MUTTON.     SAUSAGE.
FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.
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cross public highways or private property in pursuing their work, having
recently been approved by Ciov.-Gen.
"Wood's secretary of public works���the
work is virtually blocked: and Sir
William's more recent, application to
���Secretary of War Hoot, at Washington, for an order directing authorities
in Cuba not* to in any way interfere
with his engineer**' and -ttt-vey *��� in
future, would appear to have lieen
denied���-despite the. charge iiuule hy
Gen. Greenwood in the Havana newspaper. "KI Oiario de la Marina." that
the president, and cabinet, through
Hon. Holiert I'. 1'oirrr. are la 1
interested in the success of the -Anglo-
American syndicate Van Home
heads and directly responsible- fm* tlie
failure of his own all-American
syndic-ate to begin work cons'.rneling
the line of "projected railroad lielween
Santiago and Santa Clara two years
ago'.      The validity ofthe; alleged lease
lie. then i-onti*u7ledTh;iI it"ivoiiTcl ""be"
impossible for him to consider, and
make a .fair adjustment of. lb*-* grievances    presented   for several weeks'as
our demands upon the company would j h��s received from the  management, of
amount lo more than   a   half   million ; the C. P. K. company,
dollars a year,   and   that it  would   In* j     The circular i.s signed[by the*   follow
necessary "for him   to take, lhe uiattei*-. I ing members nf committee :     Josheph
complained   of   up   "villi    the    minor
officials.
Ij'-nnnn, Agnssiz. B. C, Chiiii-m-iii ol
the committee; R. C. Montgomery,
Webliwiiod. G11I. 1 I-J. K. Nnsiiii, Mc
Adam Jet., N. H.; F. Fredrick. Wo
man River, -Out. Then. Kiliiinnson.
Out.:   A.   K.   Stout,
AVe then reipie-ted him lo��tal��- how
much tiiiiij would be necessary for him
to get,  the    inl'oiul.it.ion   desired.     His
reply   'w.is :      "It     will    tak
weeks.'"    We insisted   that he  should | Allien. Out...  secri'tary of  committee
���specify lhe time  vi-quin-il :   to guarni.-���	
tee that none of the men   we represent j
will   be   discharged   or   iliACiiitiiin.ti.il
���vpi'ul j Vermilion   Buy
The exported redivisioii nf tin-'
Ontario and Quebec division of the
Canadian Pacific Railway was an-
iiounc-i',1 li**t week by the newly
appointed General Superiiitenden'.,
Mr.    If.   P.   Tiiiuuerm.-in.    and
the
(.gainst '"1 account of holding lueiiilier-
. sliip in the   llfotherhnod   of   Railway
'  ���    Trackmen : to furnish  passes on whiih
members nf the   committee   who   did
not leceive them could return to theii
lioiiies   fro'ii   Montreal, and that when .
11 .. 1.1   1 hanees go   nto eTcct on Weilnesdny.
readv t<> renew   conlereiice.   leave   i,l |       l">*     ���-
absence and passes would lie fiiinisheil j The division is split in two" and Mi*. F.
to the coniinil.teeiiifii from theii'liomes j p. Brady, formerly Superintendent at
to Montreal and return. ..Smith's  Falls,   is   ap|K>iiited   superin-
All  ou.' . wpi-Ht* li.ive.be.sn compliwl j t(M)(1(>nf f f jn ,if.e<; we,t a|J|,   no,.tl)   of
with,   wbh   the  n-suaince that    youij
ofthe United States Mililary   raih*.
(on the Spanish ti-ocha) to Van Home's j ,.,���.,...!. 1
(,,*eal before the end of May. !
yet. thc same Canadian syndicate are j (���,,,.!,.*��� ()f ihe proceedings, with a
rejiortcil to be negotiating for I lieTris- j th(, 1(���,j,|i cxphiiiat ion, will he mailed
cornia Military railroad, which Col. j fM .(n ||u. mernbeis of the Brother*
Hecker caused to Im; biiilt.at.scaiidaloiis (,,������] ,,f Hnilwuy Tr.ickinen on the C.
cost to tho Cuban treasury, for the j y [inilwny, as soon as onr grand
ti-msport of .American troop- from | pr,..sii|i>r.t returns to |St. Louis, and
Havana Bay (opposite tin*   ca pi l.;i I)   to i (.iUi pre pure them for disli ibntion.
-toi-* for the p��*ople   of  Kcv��;J.-tok��*.
clivippoiutmeal all  tl��e  moii* keen 1
srreat object appeared a short wbib-ago ��� ],._,., than "Sl-VJ-OdO: yi:t.   the   road   has
[never   tieeii   Used   in   any    way���llu*
will be called back t.o Mont-1 Toionto     .Imiction.      inch.dir.g    the
British ������company" is al.*o  questioned: j '"      , ,,,-,���.,. t,,t. t.n(1 flf Mlly, j ^ indsor-Oetroit     car     ferries      -Mr.
'Alfred Price, who formerly had the
Owen Sound division, is appointed
Superintendent of the Havclock. Toronto and Hamilton sectione and
Toronto terminals. The operating
work is nil to be centralized at Toronto, .the two Superintendent**) having
their heali-piaiters Ih r.', while the
train ilcsp.-itcheiV offices will he
located :it Toronto, instead of Smith's
Fall's and Toi onto. The despntcbers
who :n*e likely t'o come lrorn Smith's
FalU nre George Spencer. 3, Benedict,
.1. II. Lawson. F. Robinson and J, I>.
Sulliv.ni. The Ijondon despalcheis to
be transferred to Toroiuo are Arthur
Smith. \V. H. Killingsworlh. .1. K.
Savage and C. A. Howe. The present
tin in master at Smith'"" F.iIIh, Mr. F.
(i. Martin, will also come lo Toronto.���
(II..Im*.
Giiaiiiib.ii-i.a: and intersecting swilclies
of the various railways centering here
tin* object being to get the soldiery
into the Mii'liiii'ban towns wh'ire
Ainericau gurrison*- were located,
without letting them pass through the.
city of Havana, then sup|Hisc*il to be
infected     with      yellow
a i-e that, asother disappointment is in ; irriMiiediably
'fever   and other  contagious  diseases
was
..  "fa
the prospectji of attainment  of   their \ ,;Jlp ������!,;,.], should have*  l,,.,.,,  Iniilt, for   that you know their recommendations
will   be   or    grout,   weight   wilh   the
.namiKi'ineiit    of    tin*  <��� mpitny and
; Half a million dollars  aud    more
\ squandered   in   the*   ccmstriictioii
Vour committee is greatly ei.co-.it-
aged. We believe the management, nf
the. C P. R. company intend to givej
its maintc-naiii ��� of way department
employees a fair and impai ti-il lieaiing
You can aid your cnminitfee i" its
cITorls to si-cure st ti amicable anil
satisfactoiy adjustment c>r your
dilTeiciu-es.
1.    By giving yonr roadmaatcrs and
division superintendent to understand
X.o be -rMinn-iwlly.pn.iuising.
Revelstoke
Steam
Laundry
KinVARI") A. H AGO ION,
Mixing Exninker,
Member Ainoripiin Instiiitti* Minin-r Knglneci'8
Member Cainuliua .Mining lnstitutu.
LAST cilAXdK mlneriil clnlin, sitiinte in
llu.' I nrilriui Mining Division nl West Koote-
niiv liistrii'i.
VVliere lnriitctl:   On r.exinglon Mountain.
TAKK NOTICK tlmt I.I*'. 0. (In'en, of Nelson,
ni'iiiiK lis ni;eiu for .1. A. Mii^ee, Jf. M. (:. B
l.-i,,'-:<ii; .linnes 'J'wi'eilie, l>'. M. i:��� It Ifl.Al'!. "nil
K It. lIiilrliliisoiil-'ree.Mliiur'sC'rrtiflcate No. 1J,
I.Vilil, inii'iiil, MMy iliivs froni Uie ilum hereof,
to ii|.|.ly to the Minim; Itwimler for n eertill-
i*nlo nl iiniirorcinciiti, for the purpii-i- of
nliiiiiiiiiiK ii Urown Ki'iml of the iilmve claim.
Ami lurllii'i* luki* noiii'i; Hint notion, muter
spclinii :'.7. iiiiim Im commi'iH'eil lieioi-e tlie
is-.iia.ico iifMioh certlllcate of iiiiprnvvineiila,
lliileil tlii*. 1 I.I li .lav of Mareli, lUOl.
!���'. i;. liKEUX,
mar '.'it-ll m w ]��. i,. s.
Certificate of Improvements
JsTOTIQE-
IlIdllTjAXn MARV mineral claim, siluute
in the Larilciiii Mining ' J)ivlsion-of West
Kootenay District.
=KKV-KI.ST0Ki:,.J.. C--
Examlnation of and reports on Mineral  prop-
ei-tie.s a specialty^ ���>
H.  EDWARDS
TAX1DEKMIST.
DEER HEADS, Illl'.ns, Etc. MOUNTED,
>*urs Cleiuieil ancl Hepaircil. '
r.OVERINCt'S OLD STAND     :     Second Street
BEDRAGGLED  SKIRTS
Thi'i I���"��!]*rc! wcftthcro'n those beautiful
whlfj nklrtn: tniikcs * tlieni <Hrly nil
nround the l*M)tto��i���to',you'4 not want
tn wHtb tlMiin yourself.
Wv want them for you, tliougli.
\V> want to niakf* them clean nml
hrlxht Htid trenh. Wc make nil llnoii
look frefh kikI sweet.
���     V
FAYETTE BUKER.
���I SPRING and SUMMER
Millinery
The Latest and Moat
Stylish Hats.
Trimmed and Untrimmed
Madison   Millinery   Parlors.
Misses Shepard & Bell'
McKenzie Avenue '   oo'l?,
A GOOD
NAME....
Is better than rlelies	
We have the name of making
the only SlylMi KiiIh in Tmn
���for iliiralillliy an.I cjitiiiliv
they also exeel.
twnr  TRY ONE
RS. WILSON
Next the McCarty Block.
H.G. PARSON
WHOLESALE
Wine and
LiQiior
Merchant
fur a rcrlilli'iut! of," Iinprovunieiitsj for tlie
piirpoi.1* of olitiiining a Crown grant of tlio
abiivi. elaim���
jlnil further lake notice that aetlon, iimier
Seel ion ;I7, must be eomnieneeil before the
lx-.tiam.uof.siii.il i*ortifleate of Improvement-..
Datcil lliLs llith Uiu-of March 19J1 ..'
F..C. GKEEN,
       ' H. I.. 8.
Certificate ..of ImproYements.
ISTOTIOH3:.'   ���,
TRON" niir,I���\n Mineral Claim, situate in
the l-arilc-ait Mining Ij.vislnii of West Kootenay District.
Whore locati-il: On Lexington Mountain.
- TAKU NOTICE that I, l'\C. Green, of Nelson,
iiutliiit as iiiioiit for JamiM Tweeilie, Free
Miner's Certificate No. II. 1J.512, intend, sixty
ilajs from the ilate hereof to applv to the
Mining Itei'unlcr for a ecrilfloate of Improvements for the |iiirpo*,i! of obtaining a Crown
xrant of the above eliilm.
Anil fnrthertake notlnc that action, under
Section :!7, nniai be commencetl before the
issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Daleil this lOih day of March. 1001.
���F. C. GKEEN,
P. L. S.
Certificate of Improvements
ITOTIO-B.
WEDGI*, (Fractional) anil H Jf (Fractional)
Mineral Claims, situate iu the Lardeau Mining
division of nest Kootenay District.
}i'}\c.T,9 i",<.!i,l,<-'<1: On Lexington Mountain.
... TAKE NOTICK that I, !���'. croreen, of Nelson,
acting as agent for the Imperial Development
Syndicate, Limited, l*ree Miner's Certlllcate,
No. II. :17,-2I0, Intend, sixty davs from the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Keeorder for
certificates of Improvement!-, for the purpos*
of obtaining Crown granisof theabovc claims.
. And further take notice that action, under
nei'iiun SI, nuisl be commenced before the
issuance of suiih certificates of Improvements
Dated this ICth day oi March, 1901.
F. C. GREEN,
 P. L. S.
Certificate of Improvements
IsTO-TIOEl.
REVELSTOKE, B. C.
EVA Mineral Claim, situate ill the Lardeau
Mining Division of West Kootenay District
H'l'S*.? A0,;!!.1-';-.1..   ,��" ^"������uglon Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE that I, F.C. Green, of Nelson,
acting as agent for Edgar Benjamin Hutchinson, irec Miners Certilieale No. B. IJ.Sia,
intend, xxty days lrorn the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Keeorder for a certificate
of improvement-!, for the purpose of obtulniue
a Crown grant of the above c-faim.
And fnrthertake notice tnat action, under
Section .!<, inn-t be commenced before the
issuance nt surh.eertificate of improvements.
Dated tbik lClh dav of March 1901.
F. C. GREEN,
y. l. s,
M jBMCWUHIfW.  WggM^*,**^  5  I  it  ���������1  it  =*E3sn_n__ia=2C2EEm*-a__BaiaiiH  IB*aBE3__Ba___Baaisais  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province. Its mining, telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources and presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  paper of such an important Railway Centre, its  attention has always been drawn to Railway  matters, and recently it has definitely taken up  the task of forming itself into a vehicle of railway  news in which railway employes all over British  Columbia and Alberta will find the news of the  Great Railway System to which they belong, and  of personal and the happenings affecting themselves and their fellow employes. THE HERALD  has long enjoyed the largest circulation of any  paper published in the district, which is now  rapidly increasing among the Railway Men East,  West and South. It is hardly necessary to point  out to any shrewd businessman the advantages  which it thus offers as an advertising medium  throughout the entire field which it covers.  $1.25 FOR SIX MONTHS���������IN ADVANCE  It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with business houses and  as a consequence does more business with those  requiring Printed Stationery and oflice supplies  than any other Printiiig Establishment iii Eastern British Columbia. Tlie class of work turned  out has been pronounced^equal to anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries.  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and ali work entrusted to THE HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of the material at their  disposal. THE HERALD does not claim to be the  ^nly^printing"house^m^;the-district������-but^it-does  claim to be  And in a position to give; us good value for the  money expended, either for advertising space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of��������� the kind in British Columbia. Write for Samples of Printing. All work  turned out promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention given to orders  by mail.  Printed and Published by  The Revelstoke Herald Pub- Co.,  LIMITED fLlAE.ILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  NOTICE  TVKE KOTIOE that i!0 days after date T  intend In apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission lo cut and  curry awav timber from the following described lands situated in the Hig llond district  of Wv-t Kooteniu: crmincncing at a post  planted about lirn yards southwest of llio  mouth of Canoe Kiver and marked " K. How-  sou's southeast comer;" thenee nortli Via  chains; thence west fix) chains; thence south  120 chains to the Columbia River; thenee  easterly along the bank of the Columbia river  l'JU chains more or less to the place of beginning.  Dated this 30th day of .\pril, 1901.  R. IIO'YSO*-".  NOTICE  TAKK NOTICK that !)0 days after date J  Intend to apply to tlie chief Commissioner of  Lauds and Works for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the following described lands situated in the J)ig Uend District  of West Kootenay: commencing at a post  planted on the bank of the Columbia River,  between the mouth of Wood Jllver and the  mouth of Canoe Itiver, and marked " Winnie  Jlowsim's northwest comer;" thcnccsonlh 80  chains; thence east 1110 chains; thenee north  along the bank of the Columbia Itiver and westerly along said bank to the point of commencement.  Dated thc .loth day of Apr.1,1901.  .-'ANNIE IIOWRON.  NOTICE  TAKK NOTICK that SO days after dale I  intend to apply lo the Chief Commissioner of  (.amis and Works for permission to cut and  carrv awav limber from the following* described lands situated in the Big Bond District  ot West Kooienay: commencing at a post  planted on the hank of tho Columbia Itiver,  lii'tiveen lhe mouth of Wood Kiver and the  mouth of Canoe itiver and marked K. b. Wilson's northeast corner;" thence south 100  chains; thence west 80 chains, more or less to  the Columbia Kiver; thenee northerly, following the river bank, to the point of commence-  piited this :10th day of April, 1S01.  TRS10B5T  NOTICE  TAKK NOTICK that .10 days after date I  Intend tonpplv to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Wo'rks for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the following described lands situated In the Hig Bend District  of West Kootenav: commencing at a post  planted ou the We-it bank of Canoe Kiver at a  point about 2110 feet north of Glacier i.reek.  and marked ���������'O. Kimpp's southeast corner; '  thence west 80 chains; thence northerly 160  chains; thence easterly 80 chains more or less  to lhe bank of Canoe Kiver; thence following  thc westerly bank of Canoe Kiver to the point  of commencement.  Dated the lind day of May, 1901.  G. K-NAlrl.  Records of the First Families of  Field.  The "fossil beds" in the Cambrian  rocks ut Field contain the -inner tracks  and last sad remains o������ tlie most  ancient iiie:nbei's of ihe gieat "buck-  bone family" known to have existed  on earth. These are the ti-ilobitos.  They are all very dead, they and their  sisters and their cousins and their  auntH. There is not a -single direct  descendant of the race alive on earth  today. Hut they were fairly important members of the community at  one time, hundreds of thousands of  years ago, when the spot where now  Mt. Stephen rears his snow clad peak  into the clouds wns part of thc bed nf  tho primeval ocean, wliich then rolled  uninterrupted over the whole continent save where what we now call  the Lamentian range in Quebec formed  a solitary archipelago of islands in the  wide watery expanse. Tn those long  bygone days Oleiiellus the trilobile  swarmed and flourished exceedingly  and became in a sense the forefather  or nil the vertebrate life of fishes,  reptiles, birds and beasts that since  those days of llie world's youth has  existed in the heavens above or on the  earth beneath or in the waters that  are under the earth. Now fallen from  his high estate and turned into Ins  imperishable    monument,  A CASE OF  v  y)y  CONTRASTS  Comparison's Drawn Between  Price of Stock in the Le  Roi  and   War Eagle.  The reports from London announcing that the Le Hoi stock is selling at  a trifle less than ������10 per share, have  directed considerable interest towards  the great Rossland mine. On a basis  of the stock quotation, the mine' is  worth a shade less than $10,000,000.  That i.s practically three limes what  was paid for the property when it was  bought by the British America corporation three years ago. In addition  to this tremenclnousadvance in value  it is of interest to note that Sjil.SOj.OOO  in dividends have boen paid. The last  dividend was five shillings or $1.25 per  share. There are rumors that the  present advance in the siock is based  on inside knowledge that another  dividend will be shoitly declared.  Nothing is known here to give credibility to the rumor save the fact that  the mine is turning out a prodigious  quantity of ore wliich is yielding  satisfactory profits.  Shipments aro being made at the  rate of -1,000 tons a week, and the  enormous size of the vein cau be iin-  magined when it is remembered that  all of this ore is coming from above  the 900 foot level, DuriA the past  yc-tu- values ranged clo&el^Japund  ������14-  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days alter date I  Intend to applv to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry awav timber Irom ihe following described laniis situated in the Big Bend Di-trict  of West Kootenay: commencing at a post  planted on the east bank ot Canoe River, at a  point 100 chains north of the mouth ol Boulder  Creek and marked " James MeMahon's nortli-  westlcorner"; thcnccca'-terlySOe.ialns; thence  southerly 1C0 chains; thence westerly fc" chains  more or less to the east bank of Canoe Kiver;  thence northerly along the east bank of C*������>������e  River to the point of commencement.  Dated thc 2nd day of May, 1901.  JAMES McMAHON.  NOTICE  Taku Notice that 30 davs after dale I intend  to applv to the chief commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to cut and carry  awav timber from thc following described  land's situated in the Big Uend District of West  Kootenav: rommenclng.it a post planted on  tliewest'bankof canoe Kiver at the mouth of  Glacier creek, and marked " Elizabeth MeMahon's northeast corner"; thence south  westerly 80 chains; thence snuthcasterly Iiai  chains; thence northeasterly DO chains to the  west bank of canoe River; tkence northerly  following the west bank of canoe Kiver IW  chains to the point of commencement.  Dated the 2nd day of May, 1901.  *   .      ELIZABETH McMAIIOX.  NOTICE  Take Notice that 30 days after date I intend  to apply to the chief commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to cut and carry  awav timber- from the following described  lands situated iu the Big Bend district of West  Kootenay: commencing at a post planted at  the mouth of Boulder creek, on the east side of  canoe Kiver, and marked" T. MeMahon's  northwest corner"; thence northeasterly so  chains; thence southeasterly 100 chains: thence  southwesterly 80 chains to the east bank ol  canoe river: thence northwesterly along the  bank of said river to the point of commencement.  Dated the 1st day of May, 1901. x^toyt  nsroTioiE-  TAKE NOTICE that 80 days after date I  intend to applv to the Chler Commissioner of  Lands and works for a license to cut timber on  the following described lands: Commencing  at a post on tlie south bank or the Columbia  Kiver, about one quarter of a mile above "Surprise Rapids" and marked "1*'. Mccarty's Initial  Post"; thence running in a north-westerly  direction along the bank of the Columbia  Kiver one and a half miles; thence southwesterly one and one half miles; thenee southeasterly ono mile; thence northerly seventy  chains; thence easterly one half mile: thence  northerly 10 chains to thcinitial post the place  of commencement, containing a 1,000 acres  more or less,  Dated this 25th day ol April, 1901.  F. McUAKTY,'  per T. Hokne,  ������������������ ��������� ~���������Hls-Agcntr^���������  own imperishable monument, the  principal raison d'etre, of grandfather  Oleiiellus the trilobite is to furnish  souvenirs ofthe Scenic Route to his  latest and most highly specialized  descendant, the summer tourist.  A writer in the Los Angeles Times  thus describes that bygone world of  which the trilobite was King :  Mankind has ever beer, as hungry  for knowledge about its past as it is  and ever will be about the possibilities  of its future and there is an absorbing  fascination in tho study of the mysterious fragments wliich tell the' story  Far back in that pei iod called the  Cambrian, when vertebrate life began  to exist on earth, there crawled  Oleiiellus the trilobite. We see his  tracks on the rocks hundreds of thousands of years old, and wonder what  manner of world it was in which he  and his kind lived and moved and had  -.heir being.  We know from the records of the  rocks themselves that the sun shone  and the drying sands cracked upon the  shore, tli.it the waves beat, and left  little rillmarks as they shrank away,  and that the rain fell, dimpling the  surface of the clay, in those far-off  Cambrian years, just as they do now  in the modem world around us.'Mountains rose above the waters, and rivers  flowing from them brought down their  burden of stones and mud to the  mighty storehouse of the sea. Even  the volcanoes which here and there  broke through the surface, poured  fourth the same types of lava as today  and were no more catastrophic in their  action.  Yet in all the ocean not a fish yet  swam; it ia doubtful if an insect yet  crawled or hovered among the mosses  of the flowerless land. The earth was  there, golden with sunlight, flecked  with sea-born cloud; the peaks rose  white above the snowline, the ocean  floor went down into chill, mystetious  depths; and the lord of all this magnificence, this realm prepared, as we  nre prone to think, for man's delight,  was Oleiiellus the trilobite, a creature  occasionally four inches wide and at  most six inches long.  they are now some whaiM ess than  that figure. With increas-ftl facilities  that permit of mining and treatment  at lower cost, the management of the  mine is continually able to handle ore  of lower iind lower grades. Men who  are closely in touch with the property  believe that the profits of the mine  should be close to $75,000 a month.  The %vonderful advance made in Le  Roi  has been in marked contrast with  the puzzling slump in War Eagle and  Centre   Star.     The   decline  in  those  two  properties has proven a myst'ery"  that has defied analysis ou the part of  local   mining   men.     Three years ago  War  Eagle   was   selling  around $1 a  share,   and   even   at thai figure it was  one of the most active   stocks   on  the  market.     Since  then  it has  slumped  steadily, until recently it_ was   offered  for  IS  cents   in Toronto, and 15 cents  was the highest   price   that   could be  obtained for it.   The decline from $*t  to 15 cents is probably without a parallel in the   history   of   any  working   -  mine in the northwest.   The capital of  the company is 2,000,000 shares, and at  a valuation  of  15  cents  a   share the  property, is only worth S300.000,    The  machinery and surface improvements  alone are "worth   over $200,000.-    The  property is working 160 men and the  shipments are running over  900 tons  per week.  Tc'offset these conditions, however,  there is no definite! assurance that-the  development of the property below  the 750 foot level has been satisfactory-  It is said that the seventh lerel was  practically barren, and that the  succeeding levels down to a depth of  1,37S feet were of low grade until a few  days ago. when a strike was made in  the seventh level. The importance of  it has not yet been proven, but hopes  are entertained that it may be of considerable value to the property. The  development for a depth of C24 feet  beneath the sixth level has been disappointing, but barren regions are nob  uncommon in any- mining country.������������������  Nelson Miner.  Pan-American Exposition  I-TOTIOE-   '  TAKK NOTICE that I, John D. Knanp, Intend  to apply 30 davs alter date to the. Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission  to cut and carry away timber from the following described lands situated in West Kootenay:  Commencing at a post planted at the houtli-  wesl corner of I'. It. Peterson's land and marked  " John D. Knapp's North West corner,"; thenee  north 40 chains; thence east 100chains; thence  south-JO chains j thence west 100 chains lo the  place of commencement.  Dated this 26tli day ol April, A. T>., 1901.  ' JOHN D. KNAI'I'.  BWal67"NrY.7"UrsrA~"Majrt"d  November, 1901.  ODDFELLOWS DAYS, JUNE 26-27  35TOTIOE.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Edward Metcalfe,  intend to apply SO days aficr date to tlie Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for pericls-  slon to cut and carry away timber from the  following described lands situated In West  Kootenay: Commencing ate post planted at  the mouth of Holdlcli Creek and marked  "Edward Metcalfe's South West Corner";  thence north 120 chains; thence west 40 chains;  thence south 120 chains; thence east 40  chains to the place of commencement.  Dated this 20th day of .Vpril, A. D��������� 1001.  EDWAIID METCALFE.  NOTICE.  PUBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given that at  the expiration of one month fiom the ilrst  publication of tills notice thc head otlice or  principal place of business of the Great  Western Mines. Limited Liability., will be  changed from lievelstoke, 11. C. to 1-ergnson,  li. 0. In accordance with thc consent of thc  shareholders and a resolution ol the Directors  ol the Company. n  Dated th{s0th day of AAPri.,J=01.mcUi  AplO-lt. Secretary to the Company.  Jas. I. Woodrow  "RUTGHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly Ailed.  So^nSl?.. RBYB&S-?0KB(B,������.  To"all the Lodges ol the I. O. 0. F.  throughout lhe world���������  GREETING :  You are hereby fraternally requested to  unite will, llie vast arinv ot Odd Fellows in  milking "Odd Fellows' Day*." at the I*an-  Amerlcan Exposition memorable In the annals  oi our beloved order, and to lhat end .we  extend to the members of your lodge a cordial  Invitation to be present on this occasion.  On June 20-27 we anticipate the pleasure of  meeting and greeting Oram! sire Cable, the  liriiud Master and Grand ollicer*] of each Grand  Lodge Jurisdiction thoroui-hout thc world, as  well as many ol the member*, of >our lodge.  In-order that every Odd Fellow and Itcbekah  mav bu informed of the xjooc intentions of the  llu/falo Odd Felloivi, ������c respectfully request  ��������� on to have this card and the enclosed letter  printed In vour dally and weekly newspapers.  Fraternally votirs,  I.O. O.K. l-AN-AMI-.ltlCAN COMMITTEE.  To all the l-odgcs of the I. O. O. F.  Throughout the world���������  (illEETINO :   .  The Pan-Amorlcan I'.xpo������ltlon will be held  in the Citv of Hnffalo, .V. V., C. S, A., from  Mav 1st to Nov. Ist, 1901.  Tiio Oddfellows of Hnffalo, desiring to  exemplify the teachings ol our grand order���������  that of extending au honorable reception,  fraternal greeting and geueroti������ hospitality to  our breihern Irom "strange cities and distant  slates"���������hav*. opened an Oddfellow*,' Headquarters at 21.1 hi Hoot Square, Hnffalo, where  books of registry will be kept, and competent  artlcs constantly in charge to give (tree of  cost) reliable Information to the visiting Odd-  fellow, his family and friend**, -*ojournIng in  our city, anil where one may be directed to  clean and respectable hotels, boarding-or  private houses.  Visitors are at liberty to have telegrams and  mall addressed to them In care of said bead-  quarters.  A reliable guide, with maps of thc city and  Exposilicn Grounds will be on sale for the  convenience of visiting brethren.  Your members visiting Jluftalo during the  Exposition are cordially invited to call at  1. O. O. F. Headquarters tnat we may have the  Ups and Downs in a Mining- Country.  The ups and downs of fortune in the  lead mining region are thus described  in   The" Galena;(ICan.)   Kepublican ;  "On our streets we can point to men  -who-could���������not*-draw-ia^check-for.lO._=  cents six months ago.   Now they can  draw their check for 810,000- and the  bank  wouldn't accept it.   Yonder is a  man   who   walked  into Galena  as  a  tramp   a   year  ago.   Today   he is   a  porter in a hotel.   Here conies a man  who borrowed 10 cenls of us last week  lo get a glass of milk.   "Sow he wants  lo borrow 10 cents more.   He says he  wants  to  buy   a meal,   lie  dines on  liquid meals.   Another,  who was put_  in the lockup and borrowed money to  pay his fine, .was  arrested  again   the  other day and sent to jail,   fie couldn't  borrow   anything  this   time.    Here's  ���������mother man who came here with his  last cent iu his pocket.   Last month he  drew a check for ������20,000.   He.  too, is  in jail.   He signed another man's name  to the check.    Such are  the  ups and  downs of lead mining life.   Heretoday,  in jail tomorrow.  pleasure of meeting and greeting you, and aiding you as much as wc arc able along tbe lines  indicated.  The Secretary of your Lodge I������ requested to  read this communication at several meetings  that all of your members mav become familiar  with the good intentions ol your brethren in  Buffalo.  It will be an advantage for each brother and  sister to present an official receipt or other  means of identification,  Hoping wc may have thc of meeting many  of thc members of your Lodge during thc  coming summer, we remain.  Yours in F. L. and T.  THE I.O.O. F. PAN-AMERICAN COMMITTEE  An Engineer's Epitaph.  In Hollywood Cemetery. Richmond,  Va.. is a tombstone, which was erected  by the fellow-workers of a brave  railroad engineer who died at his post  of duty. The epitaph on the stone is  couched in the language cf the waft,  and runs as followe :  Until the brakes .-ire put on time,  I-ife's throttle valve shut down,  Ue waits to pilot in the crew  That wears t.he martyr's crown.  On schedule time and upper grade  Along the heavenward section.  He lands his train in God's roundhouse  The mora of resurrection.  His time all  full���������no wages docked,  His name on GoJ's pay-roll,  And    transportation*   through    to  heaven,  A free pass'forhis soul.  Weekly Excursions to Halcyon.  Commencing "on  Friday,  May 3id.  tickets  from  Kevelstoke  to  Halcyon  will   be sold on Friday  and Saturday  good to return up till Monday for $1.65,  vi  t  H ������  IF VOU ARE GOING TO T-AKK Tl  IB fr  S3 -V-  t FOR A SPRING TONIC *  X lie Mil**.* to taki* C"ood   \*i nu'���������  *������  *   fr  i; Tiit* ln'-i  i-* i*alli*il S  t      WILSON'S  INVALID  PORT     ������  -���������* .T.iil kept  -'U  thf V.  ?  Canada Drus & Book Company,  j  X i:i:\-i*:i,?T0i:i: ���������>  t. *-..*-M*-K-**-l-*'*.* f-H-********* *  HornT  ;-���������������/-#���������  ^-W  /  i^L^.   'frLrOyny gyfur-u.  ^* *^ ^ CJUnMaMtnunM. ������i-_tM_i.uai������*<������ ��������������� ���������"��������� ��������������� imw  ������%i������y /<5  A^Cr/teyiy .f7iy '/&.o4   .00-irw^JyZ  ������1}   wU/v Mu&tt' 07i������ifs.  Ebrin  \_s W  Ti.mi-hw.- ��������� -Vi  Ni-l.-ou  i'ii  .Mayoih,  lj!-u-    ���������     ;,iJ.V.i,. J.C..>.iil*:.aw. .-.  t:-. C.inil. ;  -..in.  Motes of  News.  Di'iiti-t.  lJi-nwii  ���������Kiii'M).���������A pair of ..-pi'r-l.ii-li'S willi  rllvi-l     1-illl*-..      ApplV .'It llHll.M.IJ   of-U'r.  The* (li^ bi'ig.'idi' h'.ifc boon lvhiilniilly.  cnnipclli'd In .���������ili.-iii'l.ui Uu* iili-a "'"  ni eepiing the iiiviliitiuii to go n* C.*i!-  gaiy on thi* "lib.  11. .1. Iiuti-hi.'g-, tin' we'l Uui-wii  (.'iilg.-u-y ii*|iii-si-iit.-itivi* nf llu* (iir.it  Wi'st .Siidillei v Ci.. p.'i.-fffd l.lifiiimli on  ���������rbitisilny i*ii Viitil.i* for Hi.'' 0.*.m.*i;r.ii!  ami f.-iin-liiiig i iiiuili y as far \\x-:l. M-  A-hiiol'l.  HMiup rinnli'iiwill ,-in-lvi..l   in    town;  Ihi*-.   tiinrniiig   iind  will fp.'iul Suinbiy  . hi'i'...     'J'hcs   *.i*rvii'i*s   in   lh"     I'limui'  \1--   P.iifk left >>ii Tliur.-il.iv iiioriii'"K:Cfithiilii' i-hm-i-li   will   be   lliirh  Mu.-.-s  .-ii*  i"v':-i* tn lii.'ilf. ' "i   ���������'������������������:il) "��������� '"������������������ Ci.iilirm.ii.iiiii .-it *i p. m.  ' '     " ��������� ,*in,l Wi-iuts al". *���������{���������*. p. ni.  Aid. T.iylm** "ti .'xpecli-.l to ri*l urn   mi I  Mnnd.iv .'iini-nin-.*'' '  ��������� i.i-,     I.iir-ji-  lllut-k.  Th.**-\ !'. K. lii't*-'* >*������������������   >ill:lr  ���������''���������'I"'1-"  ,,11  \V.-lll;i."*lU>* lieNl.  Mr.*-.    G.    J"'.    *\if(''ll'H'l'   ���������<���������'* '   1'*"''    "  Smiilay  limn ill r vi-.it. In li inlV-  ,     Owing In  the inability   nf   Kev. .1.  - ,     . I.MfCnv of Vei'i.nn   l<>   lie pii'M'iil   lu'iv  ii has been ^ii'/.ctle.l ; Ll),l,(11:1*,,*.v Uvv. \V. ('. Culder. p.t.slui'ol  tin- I'l't'sbvli-riiin I'liui'ili. will Imlil  union si'ivii'i's in the I'rcsbyliM'iiiii  ciniii-h in the nmriiiiiK ������������������������������������������������������ ��������������������������� 'j'"  Mi*tl.fiiii**-L rluiti'h in I lie evening nL I.m  usual hour*..  u.r-es   and   to"!' f'������>; |      ,,   (-..lUoon. a I-Vi-Riison iiiiniM', while  Th.ldy mill .-He   w.i- * WOI.j.ini, aL ,llL. fJ.Lii.ly   minei-al i-lium  '-*'��������� t;l>*' Ion   Siuiilav    was carried   away by tlu*  ���������.���������*���������,��������� p,*,..-,;,!)   lit.   tbe i.-Ultinl.      ..f.111      il.lll'.l'll-l'      MlOWSlld...  p- i inj-c   ������'f   the   I  ay uimn'ng.  W. K. Mt-Lane .;  justice of lht* peaci*.  .Shan Km t.-in b-flfnr 1*.:- <\<-w pl'ice  of liusine-s:** in I'et.-rbnro m Lhurnliy  morning.  A   ca-.-l.i.nl  wnrk   mi   ll",  .-.'111 out nn  Thei e wa-i  furl niirfit.lv  i hi le on Th  btiai-d of I which i-siine down iivi-i-atX* yitril-s  fron.  1 wlu-re In*, was working.  He was cn rn-il  1. O.'U. F. Grand Lnd-iu of  J3r.-ci.-h Columbia meets in Natiaini'-) um  .iiii.e i'IV.x.  ���������Flatt ri rent. On -AIi-Kenv.ie Ave  n-.-ei* M. K. Law."!!'*- slori*. Apply on  lhe pieiui-.es. '  Si-Iki.k lodsi*. I. 0. 0. J"., inti'iid  i heir dance on I he I'lnl U> be Lhe event  nf lhe s-i'iiMin.  Mr. and Mrs. A. -M. L'r.ii������ rune back  via tin* .Stales from their home at  Truro. N. S., on Monday.  F. 1". Wells nml A. McJlae haVe been  away in Ttinit Lake City this week  on towiis-'ite biisines--.  ��������� Qu.ilitv count*;. Ti-sL the le  Cream So'das to lie had at Field A:  Bews on Satn.'d.iy.  Two sisters of charily have been  i-nllectini; for the i-ri'i-tinn of an  nipbin-i.:** at New- We tiiiiii=ti.'r in  lown this week.  Mrs. Fred. Kearns and f.-iuiily have  arrived in town from the ea*-t and  will take up their permanent residence  Here.  ���������ServRPs   in   St.   Peter's  church In  morrow, out Sundav ,-ifier F..*.*ster.   will  In*    u-i   usual,   Kev.'  0.   A J Prjcuiiier  utlit-iating.  ���������iMeld fc Bews will have their finnt-  tnin 1'uniiiiisj S.it unlay. Ice Oii'.uti  S.itlas 10 cents ti gins*!.  3. A. ri*in*_>. a prominent membei'of  tlu* Ciliary bar. caini' up from lhe  i-nul'n last, night and i*i-!-.i:-.teri'rt at the  Kevelstoke.  F. .J. White has returned has returned tf. lown from Mii���������inn where In*  has been working all winter with P.  Moore's bridge, gang.  Thr* writ pi* "f tli������* "Scenic Knute"  nmitipd tn tneiuinn \V. M. Lawrence's  hardware e.-i.ali!i.-liiiiiJtit ami A Me-  f-eii'.r.- ireiifer.-.l .-tore in -pe.-ikhig uf tie  MeC.'.i-tv block in our la*>t Usne.  down iie.u-Iv a mile and wjis bruised  from head t" foot but nu bones wen*  broken.  Field A: "lews have just set np in  thi-ii-sliii-e nu I'Xi'i'i'ilingly li.*iiid.*.on'.f  Mida-'.v.iter liiimlaiu nl a very nuvel  ,-uiil iitliaitive design. It is in ihi*  shape of iii-aiuleliibra. The tup branch  s-.i|i|ioi-Ls a glass globe riiiilainiiin a  china liguie of a Louis xv deinniselli.'  riuttiil which :i spi-.-iy of water i-on-  .st.-intly pl.ivs. On nil her side are  bi'.'iiiflieo holding eleclric lights, wliu-ii  Bhine with great I'lfei'l. mi I lie falling  water in the ������lobe. IJelow .ni' the  taps I'm* thc.sodn walrr. The t'iiuiit**nji  is -i very pleasing addition to the li'.'in"-*  handsome s-tnre.  As things stand il, present, there is  neilher waggon road, trail nor any  other iiii'.-n'is of wuiiiiiunir.-iliun, by  land through the i-.-iuyoii and illl travel  niii-lh except bv hi ml is absolutely at a  standstill. The passage around the  slides can onlv he made by digging  fnothfiles at, each step nnd then al. the  risk of injury or death from rucks  falling from above. The case has been  represented to the depart ment ol  Lands A: Works and the Herald hopes  In hear of some move being iinide on  '.lie waggon road" without further  delay,  The bishop of New Westminster.  Archdeacon Fentteatii and Rev. JI. S.  Akehiii'st, rector nf Si. Saviours. Nelson, came up from the south on  Thursday'., train. The ari-hdeaciin.  who is on return from u visir. lu tin*  <i>d country, wasiiccninpanii'd by Mts.  J-VnU-i'.iih itnrl family. Mr. A k'.hur.-l  ��������������� a* on his wav to Kiiiiilnop"*, where he  is going to exiliaiigL' duties with Kev.  K. P. Flewelling foi a l'e.v iiuuitlis this  milliner. The parly lind come, from u  ini'i-l ing uf l he executive committee of  the synod of the ilion'S'.1 of. Kooleuy.  whicli Wiis held in Nelson on Tuesday  tu tiinki* arratigcmenls for the tni'iil-  ing of the f-viiod in that city on M.-iy  20,-h.  ioroscopical  xactness  Io cjcinai-.dctl in the Coniyciuuling; of  Prescriptions; and our care and skill  ���������the results of expensr-cc and  training���������assure tliat decree of ac  curacy. And, in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Btin;_.  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  TAYIjOH lil.OUK.  _*lvi*lL'IIZlv Ave  .H,.t.H.4.4.*i..tJ-***.l.-{..H..M..M..t.l.M**  i, THE BEST INVESTMENT %  |        IN THE WORLD        %  fr NKW   ISSUE %  %        5 p, c. 20-Year-Old *  % Gold Bonds. *  fr    I'suoil, Insiiruil nml Oiiiii*rtiit������e<l hy the   'f  ������ Epuitable Life Assurance Co *  5 stiioS"ui:st IN THI' WOI.I.P.        .fr  ^J I'nll liitornintlon from ^  fr LEWIS BROS. *  ^**f*f*f**I'*T'*T'*I*I'-:--V*f''>*I--T''l-'T'*J-l-T-*l'*I'*T--V-i-  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICI*: Unil.:!) ilaysiuli-viliile I ii.-  lor.il Ui upplv I" llie llliirl i;iiiiiiiii--ioiier(i  IaikIs an.I Works lur iJcnni*.*>;oii m mil niu  i*:*.rrvi\\va\- lilnhiM* fi'nin I'm folltiwiiiK i'.i'mm'iI.-  |.il iKntli '-il.iiati'0 in l!iu lliif IJiiikI I Hsi net. ol  Weil tCnuli-niiy: (.'(.iiiine'.ii-.iiw m .1 l������o-t  liUiileil 1111 tliu wo-t h.inl: of Um Coinnibiai'iier  ii'.*iu* tlio inoutii ul Scyinoiir Ci-oi*l5 ami nmi-keil  "J!. l-Hm-l-moi-i:'*, iiui'lli*t'ii*-l coi-nci'1'. Iliiini-c  \ve*-Ui\y !*'.) uluiiii*.: Ilirmic sin:!lii*i*ly UM uliiun.--  lliuiu-c tuslerly i>'.i oli.iin- 10 Uiu wo*.L hiinls o.  llie Coliui.liiii l'iver: llii-nire imi-lliui-ly nloiir  s.iiil bunk lliu clini-.i*. tu Llu; iioinL ol cuuiiiiuiii'i.-  llll'lll.  1 liu Ml liih liny. mill.  it. ii1jAck?.ioi:k  Ite*ii(li'iii'i* of Mr-;. .1. n. rirnliiun, Pei'diul SI.  U'lM A. ji-ily ki Harvey, McCe.:l-r _  Pinkham. 111-i-u  OPALINE' TREATMENT.  Seif   Home   Treatment   for   Ladies.  .Ia~. L'Hider and Mrs. Li tiller left  ve-teri'.iiv morning for llali-yon Jlo!  Snriii'-i-." where Mr. l-.iiudt>i, ������"lui is  .-i'ii! sutTerint; from :i .-i*\i������i*e .111111 U of  i:iilai,-iti:aiui y rlu'tiiiiiitisin. will take  lhe ti.lih.-.  \V. Kims-iy. sr.. ha- leased his farm  l-.evnnii V*."illiiiiu.-nir*- In .'.I.-.-s ���������--.  l'-iiri<'ini!Miii S: CJ'Aens fni live ve.-u-.  Ml*. Ka'.I - iv :������������������ t lit!-I he ilivellin"; and  .111 iii-:.- of jj.-ir.-li*n fur hi-, own u-i*.  I. O. O. F.  TnkL* iiutiec Hint thirty ilnys nftor unto I  inliMit! to ni-idv to tl-.c clliul' c. mnii-sioiicr ol  l.niiil-. nml Works, for pelinisi-icii '.oi-tit nml  i*!iri*v nwi'.v timber from tlio followin*,' <lo*.-  (���������rilieil lnni'l*. uitunluil in lliu Uiir llc.nl Uistric*.  of lini-l ICootonny-. i-onitiniiii-ini: UL 11 po-,t  l.lnntuil on lhe \\ u-t lunik of thf coliunhiti  River nl ihi; lu'inl ut Surprise Kiioitb nnd  ninrkcil "iiKiin i'.nliins*iiii's miu 1 li-t'ii-t foriiur',:  tlicncc *)iiiiili*v.**.**ii!i-ly hu eliimi*.;tli*j.ire nortli-*  we-ieriv 1-0 rhnins; *ihi*nri! purll.-c.ii-.tt.'1-ly bu  t'hiinis ' lo lhu nuil biiiil! of tin-' L'uliiinbla  liiver; tlu-ni-e -oiitli--_*a>tt*rly i.lonj' tho *.vo**i  lii-ii; of il-.o r.iliiiiihiii in. er lu tlie I'u.iu ul  roniiiii'iii'i'inont.  Diita.l the -JTih iliiv oi April, mill.  tl'-.A.N ItOUIXSOV.  .Selkirk  Iodise  of the r. 0. 0. V. hold  their   (ii'st. nn-elim.   in   their old lmlse  room   nu  ils   new stand   nn   Tuesd.iy  I'veninEt   liist.     The   Indue   room   now  I hat    it,   is   furnished   makes   a   veiy  liaiiilsumo   and   spacious   room, while  the (,'inunil floor nf the buildius: ttiakr*.-*  a very i-iuiiiuuiliniis   hull   suitable   for  anv publii- purpose.    The buililiii*.; wm-  ui-i'-Ciiiiilly   erected in   Oon.-ild   in   JS05  anil was'liimr-rht uver la.-t fall and   pul  up   where   it   now   st.-iiuls.    in a very  , .-������������������ntl'.il    ami   convetiieiit    liit-atinn     on  Mi.��������� .S.-'.'iia Turn rn*-*--. .*i--i*-le:! bv h' r ' Sei-uit.! *-1.    Ii   is   likely lli.il,   siune ���������'!  lil.!..    Iia-   op.-* .e ! t'lis week 11    liie   ullii'i* loil*ji*.-ill   town    will   iiiak' I  .itiil   ir-.-   en-; .*i;*i*.*iii-_-;ei!ieir,s   10    holil   thrir   rejill 111 |  .M.*]\i*i**/..e   iiieei.iiiir.-   in llu* n.*n    luduri* riimn   audi    'i*.vKK  tile���������p're:��������� iTTe-my^-rhT^-iniirf-Tuiiir  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICK that 3D day-afc-'r .late "��������� in-  oml in ii|i|iiy to the t'liiof Comiiii���������ionorof  ���������uiils .mil   Work- 10." |iit:ii:--!o:i  hi '*iil uii'l  enrrv mini- timber from tlio tollowin*,- ili-ciili-  cil liiiiil--Mim<li.-il in the ui.'t lli'iul iJiolnol of  \\"e-L Kootui.iy: Coiiun'*:iei.i,_: il'. :i po-l  nlunisil 0:1 the ������'i:-L b.mk 11. tins Columbia  i-i-.-i-:- nlmi-.i n'fl eb.uti- -onrli of the iii.i-.ilh o(  deynioni- eix-c-i: nml m.trkcil "Jun.e- -\n.i*:r*;ii-.'-*  nu'i-Lli-e.i-t i-ot-ner"; t^t-r.i'O v-u '-ct-'i -" ohain-:  tliunuu -otitlici'ly I-l c.iiiai- -. Liiein-i; > K-ii*rly t"  elmin- to tin: v.'.-: 'o.u.k ol the Co'ni'-ibui RU'i:  Lliencti noi'Ltiei*j> itlmii; **-ial \w*.i. Uink 1*.--  oti.iin- to tho point or ^..niiii-n.-i'inen:.  D.iteilOlll .Mnv. ItV'l.    NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICK llinL.'IO rt.-iy-arievilnli! I in  tend to apply to t'ie Chiel Coninii-������ionei-1 f  Ijfiinls nml Works lor iii"'ini*-sioii tu outiitul  c.ii'.'j-.i������'ii\* tin.ln>i* from tho folloivinic ilc-erili*  cl I.mils .-il in-.li'ii in the Hi; li-jiiil Di-striet ol  K:i.-t Jvootcn.iy : L'oiiiinoneing al it po*.t plant*  oil on tho eiKt. bank ot tlie Columbia river ul  the lienil of SiirpriM! KnpiiK anil marked "Dan*  io! lioliiii-on's noi-tli-H-csl ooi-iior": Ui-.-n-.-f  tio"i;i-eii*it(:i*lvSOuliiiin*!: thenee south-e.isteih  l-JO eltainii; llienccsoiitli-uu-lcrly SU uliaiii-.li  tlio b.mk of Lhe Columbia river: thence noi'L'n  westerly alonjr tlio hank "f the Columbia rivet  l^u ehiiin** tu 1 l.o point, of eoinmenecmoiit.  J luted tho -Jllh day of April. l'Jill.  HAN I Kb HOBINSON.  I will M-nd free with full instructions some  01 '."nis simple prepni-ntion for tin* eiire of  ���������cii.'Oi'rhiun, I'lcorntiou, Displueoir* ������������������> nml nil  .���������'einiile troubles to oil ltnlie.- --em ng *i hires*:  to MRS. .1.0. liEE, lirimi'h X ntxge .: iienr  ICii.-t Jluilwny Slyintl, ltevelbtoke .   ntio i.*  ,    y n .....  fr  fr  fr  'fr  fr  fr  fr  "_"'T\T 4 IVTr"! A r     C l-ftniulii I'lMinnnent it Wcflorn  xVl Vi A \l .1 A ( - .       Cni.n.la MorlfiiiL*.* Covpni-ntion.  . ji _ij.ii-_-..*u,a-._-jl,   ^ lCjiiitul^lf SiLviiigs I.uan uii������l I'.uililins A  '   IWCITT). * "*,TlT*T.   8    i liiip.'i'inl Klr<*.      fliinrillnii Kire.  liNi^mlAmjC   "    >i*nn.-..linii l-u-e.      Ihileilonliin Kire.  COAL FOR SALE.       ��������� I10U.SKS FOIi'"SAljE AND RKNT  nsnetiition.  Me.cnntlle Kire.  ^il5������_!S-Revelstoke Station.  *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ri'  P^<^>g^Jj*^S^>>^-^l^^_>.-^������^^^^,���������^,7v.���������>/x^������^J^  itinviM- .ii-i'l   i.uil  .-:������:.inn   iir lb'*   11  Ave 1 etwe.-i: Ml  l.-iiid.'i"-.  ops  ��������� ll .1 I'  itii-.'s. mi..  Law.*  di.  and"  i*i**/..e  "Mr.*T"  .--,t;c  NOTICE.  i.t! '.'Lx d.i--������ afte- '.������".  La'est Mining- News.  Tlie ledge nn thc "Wonderful mine in  lhe* Slot-ail has been re-discovered at a  depth of liiO feet by opening up some  abandoned workings. There is a*2  f.iot vein, assaying 115 ok. in silver and  70s; lead.  Work is to reroiiinienee right si way  nn lhe Triune near Ferguson, where  llu* Ferguson brothers intend lo vm1  on every man there is room for. They  eonteinplaie lhe erection nl' an aerial  tramway and to pursue a systmiiitie  course of development by a long base  t'.tniK'l.  A rich body of oj-e has I.eon stuelc 1111  the rt.Hi foot level in tin.* west end of the  f! triboo ai (Ja n]) MeKinnev.  Tivn gi-niips of el.iiin.s nn Ml. I'-iicker  a. the roast Weu' sold on V\*odiiPsday  Mi a _\Vw Vork syndicate for $'_3G,0.r:0,  one quai ter cash.  mi    relieve  I .>Io:i;;i.i!>;    10   the  Tile ijll-l! a  l.fleil  ne nn tne i  ���������litii.-y    |i lliem* aill el.*.I '  '[fres^irFi1���������rfiv^rifennurpeoii   to .i-iim" i-rt.ii'i iih-t t-. -^tiurr-TK���������  l,'...*,.l-inke    Ind"-  1 I-.-i'i.l-* .-ui.i   W.-rU-   l.-r p. i..ii���������.mi t*i <-m nw ���������  ,      ,.,-,-     .      ,, K",'<-    *,      , "li-.u.". .iv.o  L..i*.'.*.l-|r..l" ll.*-!..i!..v.in*,-ilr-r.:.-,  ; which    h.*i-j!isl lieen    I-.11 m.-lieil   .-. iu*������^   (.a ]^mJ, Ml_,.,;i.,.  ;,,  the Ji:-,-  Jn*ii<l Ui-':"'". .1' \  v liii<  been - atul     nuide   1.    verv   .'omf.ii table   iitnii iVi'.t   ICoutu.n'.y:     i"o;.>n;i-!>< ins;   ,*.-    -.    xy..*,: J  "     ittriclive    pl.u-e   nl"   nieelir.g    for   lh- | pl.iti;---.'.  on   r!.=:���������.-..-1���������   ���������J;������'������ t.t  x'.t'j 1 '������������������!'..">>"���������: f  rocsamatioi  itrAX-i-J? ^-.*-.-.t^- *S-?i*j  '���������-.'**'��������� .   ,   ...     -     1  -   * ������������������ ,      ���������'���������'..     1 , " i.\>*,*..t .1 point o..e .-n'.-l .1 l..:'.t mil' - -0.1LI1 u: -J     2ziXA'^i-i������������?T~-*. "fjii     ii  with    v.iriui.i.u    1-    .���������mivale.-i.'iil.   .-.no - Ir.ilernit ies. | ['.,. :,;*.,i���������.r'i i���������.,i: of l*.... ���������'. -r..,.,*!, :.,i,l ...... k...l ���������    ;. C^S&tY^^*i?^^-0*-������  Ib-i-*- i*-    in.   .i.-.h-.*:-   i-i-.--    wit.1:11    in.*. _  _ ' -j���������lin  An.i.'r-on'-. *,io.*lli-.*..-*. <orii.-r":  1 !.<-..-',     ;-i ^*\Sif- *.vV ^il^gl'V^Ji'^ *ip  ';;;r?''r!:::;i:rJ-S'S"'";;:;    r -:,-:::*:^,,l.l,,,J|'SSS^:E-S^  linn ill ii'.;. ���������'���������    '������������������   ,.,,." .......... .... , .;,._.    *,;    1,;. ! -ni.l Ui.ils 1'J"'uluin-t>. tne point of i*o.i:.n**!i.'- ';  ������������������^ iCity of Revelstoke  No lice of Dissolution  of Partnership  NOTICE IS HERRBY GIVENXli.it.  the. partnership heretofore existing  between lhe. lindersigiied' under'- tiie  mime of the Kevelstoke Uigur _\l;um-  factimng Ooinpiuiy carrying on biiM-  ness as ��������� cigai'maiitii'acturei's at Revelstoke, T3.C'., has this day been dissolved  by mutual consent. The liabilities ' of'  tliu late partnership will be paid by the  continuing partners, John F. Harris  and James 15. Harris and all accounts  due the lato iirm are to be paid to. th'e  same persons. *"---^ ,    '   '  Dated this 23th dav of April;' A. D.,  1001. * ���������   ,      ���������  Witness "^  Gko S. i\rcCAKTER, J  A. V. STEWART -'  J. F. HARRIS.  * '  .1. E. HARR18. *     ,  By his Attornev,  3. F. HARiuy  ������nfal  ���������Wo are iir>-w ready for the new century. We  ' are driving Suits for tho benefit of those who  want up-to-date CLOTHES at fair prices. .  Our ideas are 10 suit your ideas. Our purpose  is to pleasie- you. The New Year is our opportunity. AVe would like to make it yours.  Our Spring stock is,up-to-date.,  Our pg-.tses for SuSts range from $18 to $35.  ���������Dar Poises for Trousers range from $2 to $10.  LAWKS' HIGH CLASS TATT.rm.TVfi ���������.  ������  -T.-.B. OIE^IBSS-MIA-n-fT-,   macicknziis avenue  Larite mul Weli ..ightcil  Siimple Hooms   ' Hcftteil by Hot Air and Klectrlc  Bells anil Light ln every room  Free Bus Meets All Trains  '. Reasonable Kates .......  "iOI-lN V. PERKS. Pbopiuetok  Night   Grill  _t'..).*_i in ('-.nneclioii lor the Convenience of Guests  Hourly Slreet (.'ar  J'.etweiii' lintel mill Station  l^������v������0is4������lli������, l.C.  AbljT furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  B:ST WIHES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Lars-;*.*, Light bedrooms.  ' Rai-.-s Si. a day.  Monthly .Rale  J. Albert Stone  , M-vrrnl  ��������� Tin' l.-ulii-s Aid of the '"if.-byteri.in    in.iv   hi  I'lim*.*b iutend'������it������iilin*_r'-in At   Ik-iui* i.t  tin*   i ...-iili-i.fi*   i'-f   -Mr--.   ���������!.    .M.t'l.uU.  S.-i*.crl .St.- on  fi uni .S In I'i il  ni'..--;..;i 'i'i ti*:;  i " ?i!iteil 71 li ?.tuy. WI.  M.uid.iy   eveitin-j  k.    i'i*l"i t'-h.iie.it-  .TO.I.V .\NI>  NOTICE.  I*    llie   muni!** upstair*-    in    hi  i-1,- and wry  i-niul'oi i.ibii* nnd  illr.-ii-li-.-i* runiiis   ilu-y an*.    Tiieii' in <���������  -i-vi-n    riiotii*;   alto'^elbi't*  on tin*   lii!*t  ui'M . lloor.    wlliell are   bi'intr   el.'^alil ly fill -  Ad-   ni.-bel and   lilted up   for the   i-nnv.-i.- , ,���������,,...,,..      ,      ,       .   ,,������������������,,,���������_  ,- ;,]_.,        -i'i,., ,.,,,, ,,o .,,.,. I,, ii ,*   i -      ���������     i'ii,1 <������������������*.(.Hf  Ii.*r..'iv e s"ii tn th(*i*h*'*lor*>  l.-IK.-.-t   l.'llj,'!*!-*.      111.* ion,111- .in* I".".. .���������,,���������,. ,...,  ���������.   ,.,.w i,llllv,. .,,���������,. ,  ,. ; th  litjhl ..ml 1. ink .'Ht on lull' views iil^   llu-      .r.\i<!.; soTfrl tl<������l.Vi il.ij*. :ifl.*r .I..I" I Ii. ! yo -.*nr.. '.,; n���������> .*i|.| i*l,* -ii.ri  m  m_\  ..Hi.���������    in  town and siii-riiiiinline *-.*etii'!'V.   I)i'l.*w , tenil  m  uriilj   '.'i  th*- ' i.i������-i <ii.ii.iii-**himt.if i i:..* .I'\ oi i:.*v.*i*i..in*. ������n> ".���������- lull iii;. <>i v.s\  is   a   **n,ii*;niis   ,-md   w.*ll liisblcil -loi >��������� I l-.n-l- .u.-t  U-irk*. tm* p. i-i.ii*-s|.i.i i-> .-m .ui.l ; l'*-.,u j: ..'. |....k  .... .n.  Ur  nn-   (.nrw-i*  ������������������  '���������7.   -.. r.      ��������� i'..,     *���������i    iil���������   ii,.    .-..-TV .���������.������...>.-::.������!.. i*'r.i:.i tin   ri.!lmviiKili-.<-rl!i I .*'.. :i'.i*r   km.*   -s-l.-rmiMi   lu   r.*|,r.*-.*ni   Miir..  J):<.,)ti.    in   sr/..'.    I.lili s li'd    bKi'   ���������������������������'*   ���������,!  us,,;, ������i:ii���������!e:  m r.lie  Hi._rJ!ui..I l>i*.ii*i..toi    N r <.!��������������������������� mi iii- Mm mr-l-itl ������...ii.*il .������.���������! I.-  who!.'    of  li.e    bloi k    ������Ull    v.ii'un-lii-il    \vc--_   K.mii.n.iy:     i_:.jihi.u.ii.;hik  ..'���������    .1    i-n-i *. tin t..,r|. I ,*|,*'*ti!i*-' il .Vnjn.- J'.r llu* .-nil'*  t-e b'f   and    makiii'/   a must   i*\i*.*11.*ii! ' pl.-inio.l nn thi* .a-l ln.nl: ..f ihe Kilmnblu m-i-i-1 i-i;*. ..i i:.".oi*<i.ili..  - ���������     ��������� iiiiinf.  H-l ..*!i.i:il-- -.null fit   ti.<- ���������*.i.i. h.*������������������'!; ,      1 .*��������� ...ii l!.)uu* mui.1 t  Minis liei'ii.ifi.iK "' t'ie  I'iit*".'.!'!*-  i Tin* wbu'.e buiUlint; is a  un  ' lo tin- btisii.i'ss ijurrtei of Kiisl Si. and  1 a cu-ilit lo the town.  ]���������*. 'J. i,-wi-. is in lay in ri-.eip! of a  .-hi'.jtt.- I'min tin- lvi'.iiL.-itili* Life Im*  sKjim p.y.iMc in .liil.n IJ-.ilii-y. tin*  .������������������--iiraiiie   oulbelifi'   of Win. l.'i.ll.-y.  v.-l������i   iii.-.! in   Tuil   a-h-.i-l    ti ;.*j..>.  "Mr. I."*.-, i-- iy- i bat it i.s ni.iy u*i. davs  .siiiti* ihi* pimif- of deatli leti lie c. Tin*  i-"*-|*.!!*..ible :- iinle.l Im-  ils   prompt ik-s.s.  A favoiil" pi.i.-e of resort -. mi .iii.: llu*  l:iit������ay iiii*i. in lnwn ami u���������id.'i.t* of  jt'-vi-I-i.iki- :-..*.ii'iiii'-y i- -1.W. Lieiitutl'-  i-iirar *>"*".i ������������������"���������"��������� Sl:i tin:'. ll*t.a I.    iK-ir   tie  .'.   1J.    li.   -t.i;i<*!i.    -Mr.    L'.eniu-ll   b.i- j     A    Montreal    despatch   says:       Sit  .-.lwiiy- un hind a fine !it:.' ..[ iit.-l il.u-s | wini.-im Van Home, chairiiian of   Ihr  i ;_;.ii���������, l.ib.u ���������(���������- aiid -ni.ikei s   <i.iiv.*n- j  i'-iii e.������.    l,i..-i'!'���������    il.iii.tr    a   fiouri-iiiii'-; '  lui-itu-.-.s in st.itioii.-iy. ii.i.;ks.iii(lf.uu-y ! P .eitic   railway,   speaking    about     a  artitlt-s. I riimiir thai 3.    Pie.rponl  Morgan   and  t*,!,..,,-._���������   ],;,V(. ] .fame-s .1. Hill had completed   a d'-al to  how r.iiiiii fur   it   bidnl.iek  of   > <i.i.i*-. i .  1   aililitinil    .Jl'JJiH.'l.ti. mi.T iii,u*k"l   '���������:'*-'.'iiiiii.-r.'.Ir.*.!,.!*.,ii  Good Enough to Keep.  A    Montreal    despatch   say-  win-i Van Home, chaii  hoard   of   directors   nf thf Canadian'  -rnltll-u'i  -t. i ,i"ni*i*  ihriii-c* f-i-te.-lj Ni.-ii.iin-  The  *j.i=*:i*._*-- men   o.  C.il  leceutlv     iibl.iiii.-il     i-iu.ei'S<*imis     on    secun* control  of   the   ('.-tundiai  fn-ittiitVale-   "M   .ill kind-   "f   t-'-.-iii'tnl j K x\,\ .  ini'i'i-haud!*:*-.-   in   i Iiijm-s   1   l������> o. which '  lli.-v expert wilU'iial.ii- th.'m to   do   a  I.i rise wholi'.-aie bn-iiirs- <-.*. l-iiniy wilh ] t le- of spi-cnlatoi-.s   in   stocks.  Mi-l   K-ioten.iy   and   pi'i-h-ip-   as   l',u-  w.���������t. :i<-  Hev-lstok.*.    On tin���������e oi.is.si'S  of *_;..iril.- in-y will i nly li..v.* to pay the  l..-.I.iiK-i*'if tbi' tl-,:-nii-_:li  i.-.te lo points  v.i���������i.    I'hi- tediift'au' t-nm.-s into eflV. t  ..:. June 1st.  line*.  Ky a nre!:.'--.* or. the part of lhe  '������������������ui'n:.!i.-i wh > is iluinp: the tfcinic  P..:-::e for tin- Hkiiai.d and who is now  i-iim..!-:.. his >v..v alo nit tin* line we**t  I ������������������tw.M*ii bi*:e' and K.unloop*?, lhe  1m..\iiSiiit-r I.oii-������ on the hill was put  rlii-.���������11 a-run bv Messis- Lewthwlmilo  Uio*. Tb" iuiFtake escaped tin*  ..-litori.il blue pencil. As a niattei o  f.it t liii- oid e.slabli.shed and popular  ������������������M.-ii>Iin*_������ house is now mnby .Mrs  Ij.-ii Ilinbiuv. who also mariap.es tin*  l.-sta.ii-.ut at thff -station and keeps  I., ill ii---i.it ni ions poiiii.; in first class  -;%���������:.-. Mi?. (3. B. Brock is in chart������e  up at lb** boardirif- house, which fully  -!i-!:iiii.s it sold time reputation foi*-.olid  '(-���������iiiifoii among the railway boys.  I have no time to aii.sw<'riir.a#inari  Canadian Pa'-ific stock is held by 1.">.00I) or  inori' individual-and there aie not lf)0  h !d(*i-.s who. ct mbincd, coul.i ({et con-  liol. I do not believe. Ibar. a dozen ar ���������  to he found who would if limy could.  Many think as I do, that the property  i.s ^ood enou.;b to keep.  '���������T know very little of thf up.*, anil  downs of the stock market. I only  knosv that Canadian Pacific i.s worth  more than many other stocks now  selling at par. Its value lias boen  overlooked in the great advance I ha",  has occurred in prices, and the fact  seems to have come to the mind .if  somebody. The directors have always  given their attention t) the permanent  welfare of the property rather than to  the. stock exchange quotations of the  .securities, feeling sure that these  securities would he properly-appreciated by the public in the end."  lli������.'lll..iiif'.| ill '- ritil:*.'  iii������.   iiri'M.i'   .hull   x<o Mil,-, r.l.-.l     hy   X)\.  \..t.*.-. i.i   lh...  iri*i!t*!'l**i..ft\   ii*    |.r������.}*..*..r  in...  ���������ii.!. r, i.ii.i >(m.l I-i* .!. I. ..*j-i -1 t.,"..." r. ti'rn-  r.i'.i*iK'C n.irll.e It liilchniin: tli-:ni.-������'*.\*e������ti-i-l;-!*ii | 'iil'oi'-i't m mi} tii'ii-l. tv**.-������������������>. i':c<i.*.i.. "I thi*  i-|...in*-- ro the c.'it linnh or Hi.* Col.iinlii.i rui-r. ��������� ii"ii. ������������������ nil'! -' l> i... ������i  n>*' ������">��������� "<  .wiiiii.imihiii;  Un*..!*!. si.utlx-rl.' ali.n*? the wi-t li.mt. ni tin-;-ui'l m  "I-* '"..'in i-( 'i   .-ill  ������������������*-.������������ ������ ���������"������.->.  I'ol.i.i.lii.i rl*n*r"ltJ) chains to the plucu of ��������� mn-   -������-h |,..'i v .11 lu- .j.f-ii.*.! In i>iM.l..r������..f>-  i" lu;-  ni..n.x*m.nt. _','���������  ','/''  :!*-*>"t "���������   ���������*'���������>-*"���������   ' "���������   ''l   !���������<:���������;;"��������������������������� *j  li.itwi lill. -M.'.r, IMI. .I|.t.i   !!��������� .it-   <-.*.*..tiii  -if.",  .ii  ll." .-liy  t.l  S." ML'KI. M'-MjMION".    I I' '���������'.���������!.*. fti.il kHji* nj,.'i !,(*iv.i-i*ii in<* iKinrni     { .'..-'il i.*i il,f Inroa..'.ll --.-i'i th" la.ii.- ui inn:' in  "   ' ""   { tf-.- iU-.'-im ..ii. inr ...lili,*^ u:*ii  r.*'*i.flint* tii.  "KTn'T'Tn'Hi I ���������'���������"* ���������"' >b.* ������������������i..-.-t...-.   I...-  -*!iM\.ir.l *-..u.:l.**.  -t-"**-" J.J.1-/AJ. ii... f..r .,i.|.ti:i"ii ai.ilr.f He ElwiursKt iHr*-.-    ; for iii" .ill-.*i*< i Mnior. nf ..iliii-h ..-..'ry *..-r--..i.  j /*������ In-r.*)i>-.-.-.,lur.-.I if ti',-c ii*������ii.*i- Mil*. j.^������it*r.'i  TAICK N'OTIC'K that*'! ilnj-s .-ift������r li.-i,'.-I in*; il!':-'"'���������".";" "i.:**,  ml  to   niiply to t.-u (."iii.-f.Ci.iiiiini-.-.ii.i.'.i*'.*'I .,'."." !' r".':!   iu,"'"���������'_   _���������" !���������  I  I..ml*, .mil   Works Tor i.rrinis-ioti to t-iit awl  ciin-j .i\*.:iy tinilxir from the tnll.iwin-j: iii:-crili-1  ...I  l.iinls siLii.iti-fl   in  Um Hi*: I."ikI I'i.itricKi?'  U'ol    Knoti:n,iy:     f'umi.iciii-ins;   lit    .1    po-r |  -ilnntc.I fn U'.'J e.isL Limit or tin: i.v.liin.Mn nvri-:  .it it point. IU)i*i-.,ii:ih -rauli of  l.hu  .-oiitherly ;  lil.i.f. or  the  I.-I...N  lirilxiiiirin's, to ! lie I'ltlshui*.: |  ���������-.Vliflif'.-Uo mil ni..rki.fi " il.-nr'i-! ft .Mi-M.'-.iio-:'   j  nortli-w..���������t.corner"; thene* eiWerly "J-'i clinh. .. *  Vhvntte t mth   IMicli.nn-*:   rhnncc   w.-tei-lv .-  ���������-limns io Lhi* cist l.nu*: of tiio t'Mliiii.bi.t nvci*:  tl.c.ic: north ,i1oiik I Iii- ......I. Ii.uiktil' the ('nhim  bin r.vci' liVI cii.iins i.i lhe poiiil. of .���������omi'ieiH i-  ' ij.u'otl tlio iltli r..iy of May. ln-'.'l.  ll KN'li I I'.'ITj\ McM Aims.  Th.  ) ..-r *. ,n*i  KOTICE.  TAKK NOTIf'K Unit ^ .lay*, after iliito T in-  ti...i(l to apTily to tin: f'l.icf ('omiili*.-ioi,i!i*of  lixxitrJ ittxil Work*, for jmrnii-iHiiiii to.-iir.anrl  enrrv uwnv liinli.-r from tho follmvinj; ilccril ���������  ml li.ii.iw sitimlcrl in tliu Hi(? I'cncl Ui-.trii*t ol  \V.:st, Kooti'imy: CoiinnoiiciiiK lit a post  liliintc.l on Ihi* i*n-t t.nnk of thc i.'olimibin rlvor  at a point, '.'.itx chains south of tho southerly  limit of the litn.Is iip|<ini:i.i*< to tlie I'itNlmiK  synillcnti: nml marked " I). McIiito-h'*i nortl-  wet,corner: theme easterly **"i nlniinx: thf.iCB  south lOHchailH: then..- w#*������t.*rly WJ clini.i*i to  the cast hank of the Coluinhin river; thence  nortli alonic tl.e cast, hanl: of ll.u Cnl.imlila  rli-er Ifin chains to the point of coini.icnccu.cnt.  --   Date, fill, M-iy.lt.il. ���������. McJSTOS���������.  In   '. for *���������& -l  ti'/   "hall   he mwu  IT- mr.'.n iM*iii-h Mli������jO''t- ot iw full  ] \ .*:<r*������ jii'I flff-  utft 'li-'piiiiitt'**!   tnulfi  tiny U'.v ii:i'l 'i������n'������- U-'in for 'if Tiinnth"* n������'? I  i-rof ���������������:in_f f h- 'in\ *j\ iionj{n-4t'<ij| (.i^rLxi'it'Ttn.  (���������rtiHT. n *)i������' mid I-.ttcl'-trv OtiU'i, t.f Umt or  r".:| i rf}T.<-:i. in th-L-fl:*. uf rjj<: ii*^-*-!-'! s'olii"  "ii tii- }���������������*��������� t uMiriir.t*..,. ������:���������������������������������*���������'��������� ift������"H roll, ttt <jri--  'l'ii-iii*.iiitt r''..(.tr" or rrior*'. r.vcep.mi afiovf*������u>  -..Jtj-.,.r,.f{  inr ijjiihi'rtiw ; or   ���������fiuirtf, ������n*l w Ip<������  tlT'' 'i,V'i".VI"' .;l.fJj������i"l ������t ( flllHlii'iltB.1   vor"rt.  Ttp' i'������������������i,-riiw fjuiiiJih'^I to  tt'.-  \u>ui\iu\U-f]  kii'I  ���������Miji-I". 1 ii1-    "Tt 11 .\ iii.TKIUTl UiT   "M'\    N O 111 tj'-T Oil*-1  W'rtnl, of >Mff t-MVr m)tii 11 O'* -nf-h ii^-r.-orM m ht(-  ntfll- i;n'Hli -n)*i"fi'" oi' rhi' fjll wut twi'iiiy-  f������n" r.t'fir- uii'l ure not rl)-i,iiutiii("l uii'lcr nnj  law n.n<i lin*<- o^i*ii for tne si-c montlii ifxi  prcfj'hn/ tl).-- (Jii\ of no in unit ion tlie rt^Ntorcf!  owin:r, 11' tht- f.aii*! ll'ii'.-fU'N'" (iV'ire, ttt l.ind or  n.-fil j.ropr rr;, m the (If. of 'iIj'j hsip-xmI viilur-,  oti tin-hist ijiiinlcipftl rt'-^'-snieiit roll of Kfvc  J*fii|j*lr'"l (jul'iir-i. or more, ovfr ivii'i nhovo iinj  r*PKliLnri"l im lunl^l���������nlIf'",, or clovr^o, an*t wlm  arc ol Jinrw i1-'' i|iiitliri"(I iti< inrtnir*i)>al v*������t'������rs.  Kn;ry,(-nn'l.)lnt*" iinmlnni**(l slmli <i^nify by  a writing.iPdn.ipanjin^c 111c= nomination paper  hN poii-M-iit to mid i nominal ion, ("erupt in '-hx'  midt [icrinti i... iihocnt from tii'. iiiiitilt-l|>nllfy  ulii'ii mifl) f:!,-i'iir;ti vliiill bu Htnttul in tin.  noi!iirif(t|o:i putnT.  l.\'iry eftntlltlati��������� nmnlnatntl iliull O'i or  Jx'fort* iho fimir of tun p.m. of tlio <l iv of  noiniruiiion fiirnhh thu rtanrnliiK ofllror with  it stfitc*tiif tit hi wrltlttif, ������pi'*plfylli|r the larnl or  real proper'y upon v.h.eli lie-j|iiallll*',<.  ijIvmii iimli r mv IuiimI nt KPVuUtokv this 10th  duyof Mny(](HH.  C IIAISLES rR.-KINB SHAW,  City Clork.  kny Kindt of Transferring  Undertaken  All Ofilor-i 1'lfl nt II. M. Smythe1*. Tnlmnco  :-ilon*. or i.yTclcpho.iu N'o.7 will receive j.rornpt  nlte.iticn.  REVELSTOKE  WATER LIGHT & POWER CO  -STOT-EO-E.  l'nrtip.. nr." rnutinneil npaln*.! usinK. tlie  i-oininuiy'*! u-Htcr for lnwin'anil ^aniens without Hrst ohtiiliiiiii; n liuic permit.  II. FLOYD, Secretary.  .May tuh, 1001.  B. H.MATNB,-*-j  Notary Public and, Insurance Agent.  |  m  ft  &  il  !l:i"^^^!^^i*���������3'���������,wi4, -      " '-' -Vt*.;-j������_:  ���������tan

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