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Revelstoke Herald May 18, 1901

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 '.3  'JJ'?  ���������',-1  t'-F  ^���������1  ISM  fl  1  I  iff  I  ts  if  t  i  1  -.'ttf  1  ft  y  Vol    V.  No   39.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.     SATURDAY,  18, 1901.  Year in Advance.  x***+*<i'ar&:&^<ti4<-<f-tf������'e4i4r-if*-**  oleum  A. Direct importation from  Kirkcaldy, Scotland, now in.  The Patterns are Prettier  than ever and the Price is  lower. - They include a fine  line ot Ingrains.  ��������� Come  and Examine   them.  , Gents'  / Ladies'     -  Children's  Misses'  Latest New York  Novelties..  We have no hesitation in  stating lhat *vii have the  pret tii'st and nobbiest lines  ever shown in this City.  <������'������������sx!*������e>^^  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked  Up by the Herald.  Ruxy Hunt, ynrdinastei* at Ninth  B'-'inl. is on a vU.it to VaiKouver.  .1. Fraser's bridge gang leave today  fur Hiilryon wilh a pile driver and  sleain shovel to tin some work at the  wharf.  Mis. V. Ross, wife of Section Foreman Hoss of Kamloops, died Middenlv  in the hospital there (in Muml.-iy after  ten days 'sickness. leaving eight children, the youngest only thiee days  old.'  Ed. Austin, of IteveUtoke .mil J.  L.ulner of Kamloops are representing  the locomotive engineers of this  division on a committee, which is  co'nferring wilh the officials at, Van-  ���������.���������Oliver.  The C.P.R. stuiion at Speiice**-  hridge was completely destroyed hy  Ure a week ago yestei-duy. The agent  left the station to get a cheque 'cashed  and on returnir.g found the building in  a blaze.  Harry Thompson, section hand at  Maigregor. Mini., was badly hurt on  Tuesday by lhe handle of the handcar  breaking while going at full speed,  lie fell off, his head striking the rail.  He was taken up.iinconseions.   .  . Plans have been piep.ireil for improvements to the Winnipeg shops  and yards of the Canudian... Pacilic  Railway Company. The yards-will be  enlarged anil the  shops improved  for  the inci eased business.  ���������*  Pete Moore, who was in charge of  'the construction of the new C." P. R.  bridge over the Fraser river at  Mission City this winter, has gone up  to Kamloops to. assist in the -"construction of the new government  bridge at that city. . .  bumi we wiiCu it uowii.  We  want," your  several reasons.-  Order   for  Because  We can save you money.  Because  We can-please  jou  in  quality.    .  Because  We. can ensure you good  service.  ������������,_M>ft-������*������j������.������.������.������.������.*������-������^  FRUITS  We intend giving special  attention to FRUIT this  Summer and will have  them as fast as they ripen.  Strawberries and Cherries  are arriving now.  f  C.B. HUME  &C0  Albert Casole, an Indian aged -iO,  section lot-email at -Eliolt, ��������� died  suddenly on Monday of*; pneumonia.  An examiniltiuu of his bed.after,death  disclosed ii*-'wallet' containing"' nearly  fifteen inmured dollars"' in "cVrtiH'cale*-.  of deposit," time checks and cash.  Six or seven clerks in the general account's office of the C. P. R.'hcre will  be transferred to other divisions in  tne - course of two or' three weeks.  Four will likely go to Superintendent  Mat-pole's division at the coast and  two or- three to the new division at  North Bay.���������Winnipeg Telegram.  The construction department of the  C. P. R. has been moved fiom Winnipeg to- headquarters at .Montreal.*  Mi*. W. F. Tye and bis staff of assistants left Winnipeg last week prriu.-in*  ently. The lie'id.juat'ters of this  department have been in lh.it city  for the past j\ ai- and a half.  Master Mechanic Old, of the C. P.  R. western division, left Sunday for  the east to enter on his new duties'on  the Atlantic division wilh Mr. 0-���������  borne. .He will be- replaced by Mr.  G. II. McKinnoiv of the Ontario and  Quebec division. - Mr.-'Onl has been  "iiTa*ster~iiiechritiiL*-"il"-\Viniiipeg-for" the-  past year. Pieviou's lo coming lieie  he. was air brake instructor ar.d  tr iveled over the entire system.  The   excursion   of   the riilu.iy fun-  ductors   will   reach     Winnipeg   fiom  St..   Paul   on   May 23.    They   will   he  entertained by the Winnipeg division  to a  luncheon   at   E.liscn hall,    lt i**.  expected that about two hundred will  be in fie party'and a number of the  Winnipeg  friends   of  the ' order will  accompany the'.touring  paity   to the  coast.  *-**-  There  are    ut" present  under con-  stiuction at the Canadian Pacific  workshops, Hnchelngii, twelvp heavy  switching engiues nnd two engines for  burning weeds. The latter aie the  flrst of their kind made in Cauada.  They are operated by two men, one  acting as fireman and engineer, while  the other attends to the burner-*, regulating the oil und air. In this manner  the machine will burn .from 12 lo 15  miles of weeds a, day.  After a conference with a committee  'representing the international union  of machinists, the Santa Fe railroad,  through General Manager Mudge, has  agreed to raise the wages _of shopmen  along the entire system. "-. Machinists  had threatened to strike May 20: -The  machinists getting herctdfor 27 cents  per hour wore raised to 30, 88 1-2 cents  to 311-2 cents. These wages prevailed since 1803. Fifty-nine -'hours'will  constitute a week's work. " Tlie schedule is effective from May 1.  A grievance committee' froni the  railroad conductors on the'liiie of the  Northern Pacific was in session in St.  Paul last week considering a number  of things which are not satisfactory to  them. Tlie subject under discussion  was the system in vogue on the Northern Pacific of checking up trains at  terminals by the use of ticket exchangers. Tlie conductors) have  frequently claimed that the employment of ticket exchangers was an  imputation against their ability, if  if not their honest}-.  W. William*-, C. P. R. v,,itchinan at  Beat Cree1*., is o.i .���������> visit to town.  .Tack Mat/, of the C. P. R. shops, got  his hand badly mushed  on   Thursday.  S. Thorn, late freight agent at  .Medicine Hat, succeeded*,-Mr. Fro-ste  as station agent at Banff.  Tho-3. Henderson formerly C. P. R.  agent at Slocan city has secured <i  berth in the Nelson mining lecorder's  ollice.  Thc wal**i ���������> or Slocan L'iko ai e rising  rapidly and the Drill pi edicts .i flood,  which h likelv to do d.image to the C.  P. It. Ii.ick.  J. G.iiMii, va rd foi email, had the  middle lingei of his right hand badly  c.ushe.l while iii.ikniga coupling this  inoi mug.  Conduetoi Mm row, of the S. & O.,  who h.is been living in Vernon during  the past few months, has removed his  family to Sicimous, wheie they will  in future reside. -  Additional siding accomodation is to  be pio\ided in the O. P. R. yaids at  Rossland. AV. P. Tierney & Co. of  Nelson, who are doing all the work  there under the maintenance department this summer, will have a crew  on the ground within a fortnight.  The strike of all the union machinists in Seattle, which has been threatening tor several weeks, is now a.  reahtv. ' Beginning with the walking  out ot thc machinists of the Vulcan  Iron woiks at noon on Monday, every  bench in all tho shops throughout the  city was desei ted the next clay. No  orduis are being taken by the various  companies and preparations are being  made as if they intended to lock the  doors indefinitely. In all about 250  men are out. The employers claim  that they could not run .their plants  at a profit if they conceded to the demands for nine hours instead of ten,  with a 121-2 per cent increase in  wages.  Three memhers of the bridge -working on the S. Si, O., met with a rather  serious accident last Friday. They  weie going down to Okanagan Landing on a hand car, and had attained a  high rate of speed on the down grade,  'when the handles struck one of the  'men, W. Hai ret, knocking him oil the  car, which passed over him," inflicting  severe cuts on his head, and hiuisiiig  him elsewhere on the body. The car  then jumped the track and ran into a  cattle culvert, when another of the  men, G. H. Hiller, was violently  thrown off, and had his left arm broken. The thiid man,_W. Dunn," by  name, fortunately escaped with nothing more serious than a sprained  finger. Ilarret was taken to the  hospital and is progiessing well towards recovery.���������Vernon News,  Sidelights onthe Unprecedented  Flurry in Railway Stock on  Wall Street Last Week.'  James Creelman gives the following  account of an interview with President Hill on the recent struggle on  Wall St. ior the control of the Northern Pacific; *    -  Out of the mighty chaos of Wall  street, with its tales of black ruin and  blacker treachery, there emerges the  foims of honest men. , "And foremost  among the great 'masters of finance  wlio stood at the heart of that vast  scene of crime, untempted by - the  opportunities tor plunder it olfeied,  was James J. Hill, president of the  Great Northern railway, the one man  who could have given victory tio the  organizers of the raid oi\Uie Northern  Pacific railroad which "resulted in the  panic. " "     '   ���������������'>'".'- -  Mr. Hill consented l.i������t night to tell  the whole story, tit least nil of the  ���������story���������that-tlie" public-has-a���������right-to  know.        . " i*  "This has been terrible, woik," he  said. "I cannot find words to express  my opinion. There are some men in  this country tonight who must settle  with their consciences, and they ai'e  walcome to what -they will got. I  want no money taken as money was  taken yesterday. There will be no  pocket in my shioud.  "The events of'yestciday will do  much to bring about legislation that  will make tlieni impossible in the  future.  "The control of the Northern Pacific  is safely in the hands of Mr. Morgan.  It was reorganized bv him, and 1 and  my friends took $30,000,000 of stock.  "This we have now. We did not  have control of the road. Then came  the Burlington deal. Its ownership  was necessary to the Northern Pacific  and Great Northern. Nobody- could  acquire the road through its directors  in an open, straightforward manner.  ������������������With the Burlington road joined  to the Northern Pacilic, the Union  Pacific found itself paralleled by a  vigorous and growing competitor.  That brought on the raid.  >" "The Union Pacific men waited  until Mr. Morgan had gone abroad.  They did not dare to attack the road  he liad reorganized and brought to  prosperity while he was here. Thoy  Knew that he would defend it.  "They knew that he would protect  everv liian who had invested a dollar  in Northern Pacific stock on the  strength of bis reputation.  "The property was still under Mr-  Morgan s protection, under the pro.  tection of his reputation and i n er  the protection of his brains and influence. Now what happened? The  Union Pacific interests, lei by Mr.  Harriman. Mr. Stillman, Kuhn, Loeb  & Co. and others, made an at tern (it to  buv control of the Northern Pacific.  ��������� "If I and my friends had sold our  stock they would havesucieeded. r We  were not" speculators. Did the Union  Pacific management want to get the  Northern Pacific to impair it or- to  improve it?  "Did the men who tried to buy control of a ijompetitive system, whose  main lines were 500 miles apart fiom  theirs- for the purpose of giving bctt<r '  service to the country, or for the  lx-nefit of the minority stockho'ders?  Or did they want to get that splendid  property for the purpose of restraining and restricting a rival? virtually  wrecking the road:  '���������Wpactvdia self defense.     Wn re  fused to sell. Even if we had been  willing to sell, it would be u, plain  violation of the law lor the Union  Pacific to acquire control ot a parallel  and competing line.  "In Morgan's absence he and my  friends stood by me. They did not  sell a share, though it would have  made them surpassingly rich. The  attempts of the Union Pacific people  losoi'/.e their competitors iliove the  piii.es higher and highci; men lost  their heads, and rushed in to sell  stocks they did not own. That is how  l he crash came. I have lettei.-, Iioin  women whose husbands havu heen  l iiined.  "I see what ruin and misery have  been wrought. But I never bought  or sold a share of stock for gambling  purposes in my life. And 1 don't  want to own money wrung fiom  people by a corner.  "The raid on the Northern Pacific  has heen unsuccessful. It seemed to be  bused on the theory that there is no  limit to the power of money. That is  mere modern -feudalism. No man  should have such power. No money  should have such power."  Another sidelight on the inner his-  toiyoflust week's frantic fluiry in  Noithern Pacific-'stock comes lioui St.  Paul.   The despatch says :  A letter was ieceived heie today  giving some inside history of the  struggle for the Northern Pacific contiol by the Harriman ciowd Jou the  side and the Hill-Moigan syndicate on  the other. Tue lettei is a confidential  one fiom one *af the parties to the  struggle, and it .-appeals that the  ciiDidity of a Northern Pacific stockholder in the Hill Combine was le-  sponsible for the gieat contest which  has been waged duriug the past few  days.  Cettain holders of Northern Pacific  in league with Hill weie tempted, bays  the lntoimant, by tbe high price ofthe  stock lo put it on the maiket unknown  lo the syndicate managers. It had  beer, acquired by them when the stock  was low, and while the huldeis of this  stock had no intention ot deserting  the Hill-Morgan combine, tbey concluded that the stock was too high ai'd  could be bought back at a much lower  piice and they 'toulci clean up a few  thousand by the transaition.  It appeals that the Hai ri man crowd  had anticipated some such action, and  had'planned to .pick np the stiay  shaics of Noi them Pacific as fast as  tliey appeared ou. the market. This  stock whichwas pledged to the Hill  combine was* eagerly'gobbled up by  the Hariiinin interests, as were all  other small lots offered. This was two  weeks ugo, -,~Finally"the lhiiior rciuh  ed thi: ears of the Hill people, and as  the story was repeated and grew  stionger, they beg.ni .to count noses.  It was then that they distoveied that  a large block of their own stock had  K.it into tbe hands of Hai riimin and  his friends "through the -"cupidity -of  one of their own-^artv, and-the._?orJei  went forth to their bfokers to- buy up  the stock at any pi ice.  This was the beginning of the fi antic  struggle between the gieat. financial  combines, and is probably why J. J.  Hill, in an interview, *��������� said yesteiday :  "There has been noiiie .wicked woik.  Theie have been plots, iind there h.������ve  heen means -adopted to accomplish  ends that could find no justification in  any ethical code." '  The New Mayor and Alderman  take their Seat.  Thiee hours after their election  Mayor Brown and Aldeiman McLeod  took their seat at the council board  with Aldermen McCarty, Bourne  Nettle and Abrahauison.  Befoie the tegular proceedings  opened the 'new mayor arose and in a  brief speech to the council said :  "Gentlemen, as I have been chosen  today to occupy this inipoi taut position I ask the assistance of thi! whole  bidy of aldermen to work with ine  for the bi'st inteiests ot Kevelstoke.  1 hope all oui'itransacti'jns will c-im-  luce to llie sittisl'iution ot Lhe rule-  payers and the piosperity ot Bevel-  stoke."  Alderman McLeod followed and  said that he hoped his inexperience in  municipal business would be overlooked at first. He expected to work in  harmony with bis colleagues for the  best interests of thecity of lievelstoke.  COMMU.N I CATIONS.  were lend from Supt,Kilpatrick asking  leave to place n pole in the lane at t.he  back of J.'Guy Barber's stoie in older  to run a wire into the stoie for tbe  purpose of telegraphing the standard  time daily, granted; from F. J. Dean,  secretary of the Chinese Commisien,  asking that at Ihe sitting of the commission in ihe Revelstoke court house  on May 22ud reports should be ready  on the amounts of property, taxation  and crime distributed among the  whites. Japanese and Chinese ies  pectively in Kevel������toke, also reports  from the health officer, leteried lo  the city clerk, polite m.igisli.ite and  health officer to report ; Chief Bain  leported that the steam lanndiy had  heen put in proper shape, tyled ; P. A,  Peterson asked for a reply to his letter  with regai d to a fence, which he pio-  poses erecting between his laini-  across the track and the pai k reset ve���������  at the Big Eddy, the city clerk was  instructed lo reply that the council  had no intention of doing any fencing  this year; Chief Bain leported on the  file at the Revelstoke_Cig,*ir Factory  on Sunday morning, leferred to' F. W.  & L. committee. *    -  REPOR.TS.  The p. W, & L. cop-itniltee tecom  mended the friuning of a by->~.iw to  raise $20,000 for the extension, of  th'e water works system.  Aid. AlcLeod was appointed ou the  Public Works, Fue, Water arid Licrht  and Health committees it. Aid Newman's place.  The report of the F. W. & L. committee produced considerable dis.*  pusttion. Aid McCai ty and Boiu-i.p  iiiged-*-the--c*oii������."ciLF,to--take"-,aetiou at  once and other members wished" for  a further delay'of ;oiie. week." It was  finally "laid over until 'the'iiext'tneet-  ing,-Aldermen, Abrahauison, Nettle  and -McLeod voting tor and Aldermen  McCaity and Boujue against' the  delay,  BYLAWS.  A bylaw was passed authorizing the  issue of debentures for $3000-to subsidize the liuvolstoke Navigation   Co.  The voting will take place on June  ."ith, in No. 2 fire hall.  Tho council arranged to meet on  Thursday evening next, asnextVridiiy  is Victoria Day.  The council then adjourned.  UPSET EN  LATEST WIRINGS  The Street Car Strike in Albany  is Now Settled.  MRS*   MCKINLEY  RECOVERING  Const. Upper and Thos. Home  Have a Narrow Escape from  Drowning. ,__  On Friday morning Const. Upper  ���������mil T. Home stalled down river in a  canoe to investigate XV, Mackie's find  of hum,in remains in the woods on the  west hank. When about six or seven  miles down and neatly at their destination, accoiding to Mr. Maekie's  description, of the spot, the canoe  got caught in a lioil of the rapidly  risiug waters of the river and upset.  The two passengers struck out at first  for shore but found it would be too  niti'-h tot* them to make it, so they  managed to regain the submerged  canoe and cling to it. After spending  considerable timedriftingdown the current without being able to get nearer  to shore and being chilled with the  water, Const. Upper made up his mind  to risk milking shore by swimming, at  the same time giving his companion a  better chance to handle the canoe than  when both weie weighing it down in  the water. Fortunately his plucky,  deed was rewarded by success and he  landed safely on the bank. Mr. Home  also managed to get ashore further  down, Both were much exhausted  and (hilled after being about half an  hour sttuggling iu the hitter cold of  lhe water. They landed on the east  bank and struck out thiough tbe  woods for the Airowhead track  by whicli tliey returned to  town h.itless. coatless and wet,  Const. Upper lost a good rifle in  the adventure and it is very fortunate  that both of them did not lose their  lives. ' "     ���������  -���������c*        ���������      Blue Jay Placer Lease.  - E. A, Bradley,- manager of the  Duqnesne Co.'s placer properties on  Stuilh creek, came down by river on  Sunday last. He reports-the diift  across the *. ban nei from tlie bottom of  the shaft is nnw-iti about 05feet.-;Capt..  D.-tt.iul Hughes, .the secretary of tbe'  company, i ame iu on Tuesday's Not "1  nnd & he-i an"d.-M r.-iBradley have,been.  waiting here all "week 'for the trail at  the canyon to-be'put in shape so that  horses'can get up into the Big fiend  district. .      ... *  For Sale. '"-'".    -  One Kuril  Piano,   one ^O.ik   Dinins  Room   Suite and  one Oak Bed Room  Suite.     Apply   at     Herald- office.  . ; ,     May IS.    3t  BIG  >JLLJIj  Tilt Empire Wiii Ce'e'.rate the King's  Birthday on May 24*.h.���������A Salmon  Arm Pioneer Passes Away. ��������� Suspicious Death of a B. C. Clergyman.  ���������French Fleet to Force the Dardanelles.  Auiaxy. May IS.--.V conference  yesterday between the strikers' committee Traction Co.'s executive is repot ted to have resulted in a settlement.  Everything is quiet and it is said the  cars are to start again at noon.  San  Francisco,     May IS. ���������- Mrs.  McKinley still holds the considerable  improvement in  her condition gained '  yesterday. ,  London, M-iy 10.���������King Edward,  who was born on Nov. 0, 1841, has  decided that his birthday shall be  celebrated on_! May 21lh'of each year,  thus continuing ihe holiday hitherto  observed by all the public' departments, Queen .Victoria's birthday, and  giving impetus to the colonial movement to observe the date as (Empire  Day. .    ���������  Salsion Aasr. May 17.���������A. J. Cummings, one of our pioneer settlers,  passed awav at S o'clock this morning.  DESPATCHES IN BRIEF  Rev. E. D. Phillips of St. Gabriel's  church, Hazelton, has been founddead  in a house in New York." He had  been dead for several days and murder  ia suspected."  France will grant a subsidy to  the  pioposed direct steamship line between  Frauce   aud Canada,   similar  to   the  subsidy voted by the Canadian parliament.       / __ .     . _  The Shiih of Persia is dying.  The Chinese peace plenipotentiaries  ha������e agreed_lto   the   demands  of  th*������ .  powers, for  concessions** for  legation  sitep.",'                      '  The  French   fleet   is   to  force ".th'e  Davd.������ielle8_vvith a".Europeah 'mah'date  uqless Turkey* yields-������on  the . postal  ,  question.,,* ���������"_-..    t������    * '���������*  '**,    ���������*"   r������  'Ninety'- -Boers, " Including"5'many-  officials, have surrendered at P.ieters;__.  burg.     J j,/' .,'-.     '   , "     - ..-  * Between 15,000 and 2.-",000 bricklayers  in Ne'wJ^ork weie" locked out "yesterday because tliey" i ef used to aoide by  the decision of the arbitration coin  mittee in the settloment of the strike.  The employers lefuse to pay the "men  for "their time while they were on  stiike.'  BROWN IS MAYOR  FOR THE NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS  store  Result of Yesterday's Municipal  Election.  The contest for the vacant mayoralty  and the alderman's tt-at in ward  one yesterday was a very spirited one  and the voting wus'vei y close. The  results were as follows:  For, Mayor.   W. M. Brown. 108. W.  S. Newman, 90.   Spoiled ballots 2.  For    Aldeumn,  Jno.   McLeod, 31,  M. J. O'Brien, 23.   Spoiled ballots 2,  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.  BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS  Men's Furnishings  Dry Goods    .  Carpets and Curtains  Men's and Boys Clothing  Boots and Shoes  Hats and Caps  House Furnishins, Etc., Etc.  BARGAIN PRICES FOR CASH ONLY  Enterprise Cigar Factory.  The.Kiitei'priw! Cigar Factory started  operations this morning in their  cpiatters in the old .Mail office, which  have been fitted tip wilh tables, drying  frame and all the furniture necessary  for the, wct������. They stait with  A. V. Stewart and four other expert  cigar makers and a stripper; but hope  to increase the strength to a dozen  hands iii trade demands. In the tront  oflice C. J. Aman, the business manager will be found, except when out on  the road. Ample storage accommodation has been provided oil the oflice,  where a bonded warehouse has been  provided for the raw leaf and rarniu-  f.icl tired article. Tbe Hehai.d wishes  the new enterprise every success,  2������  5  Li   .  \ A  1* -:A  \     ���������il--*' ���������  ,1  -->  ���������x -  V" 1  " %���������  -    ������   -"  "' U'/  "���������  - t ������������������*  :  L'������  *'  4;  'Jt  -1  a"  i   1  *i*  *��������� *|  -.1  - v.-  -.������ % <  *  *\-  Sil  r-.  ���������- A  i \  fc  V  a  - K  *  .. i  t -"  '..'������������������  . f  t  s  -I.  t-   ���������-  i' -'.  ���������y  5    -  The Magazines.  The Locomotive Firemen's Magazine  for May is as usual full of bright and  readable letterpress, profusely and-  beaulifully illustiated. "Japan���������Past  and Present" is very interestingly  written and embellished with charming half tones of Japanese  scenery and people. The technical,  industrial and brotherhood articles and  news items aie carefully compiled aud  attractively gotten up and the|number  fully maintains the high rank which  lhe Locomotive Firemen's Magazine  holds among fraternal publications.  - <*  This will be a Genuine Money-Saving Sale'at Ground Floor Prices  Don't miss this Grand Opportunity to make your Summer purchases.  i X*0j9jrj9PM������0������rWitmir\W  Generous  Appropriations.  Revelstoke's share of the general  appropriation for thc erection of public school buildings is $8,000 and we  also get SJ,000 to help build the hospital and $1,000 towards maintenance  or the same. The very generous  grant? accorded the lievelstoke riding  this session speak volumes for Mr.  Taylor's hai-d work on our behalf and  of the appreciation ofthe government  of the importance of tlie district, ^[tu's journal.  S  .'nhli-.he.'  Fty  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Maiift*!iiig Diri-i-l  Co  I  'fa  !-_���������_.���������*���������  ������ rk-mi-'.V-.eklv Joiirmil j>iilili"h<M in Hi**  inu-re'-!** ni tlto ra'ilwuy men. iiiiiiihk "V." J-.11''  .m������iii<-*-** men ol the Went. Un*, ���������> ol l'nl*l.*-������*ti.mi  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVERTISING  R.TE3.  Di.plav ads.,-1-50 per inch;   ������nS11?.1'ol,,T),J"'  !���������'_������������������_���������  inch   when inserted   011    title    P' KC  hual ad\   10 cents per  ineli   (iinnriar.ul). liuu  forBSr.t inVertionj   3 cents for each ailtll ion;  SJrtion.   Local notices 10 cent'- P������ lineeach  insertion.   Local i.���������%���������-.������������������ -- -���������:-- +   ��������� ,.  i.-oT"   Birth,   Marriage   and  Heath  iree.  SUBSCRIPTION   RATE'S.  p.v rr.iil or carrier. f > per annum  >lx iiionih**, strictly in w.vunce.  ; ',\.-'i  Ut-  P"xb.Wr"!������"il cmmunleatlons .0 .lie M.n.Sw.  NOTICE TO (OKRESPONnENT*.  ,     ui    correspondence    mii-a    ���������<".   1������*B^'������  ������V,7,Jn oi .ffe of the pai-er_o.il. *  ���������{ llie writer.  ,l. ������. "ROCASt.or_ -U ���������^a\*!.mngS..BCi.t.  DELAY*? -<#������ 'DANGEROUS  been   trying  the  the  The l!Kit.M.i->   his  s���������nnv  ways   of conciliation' over  '    '    waggon road iimtter now  for  and     is     waiting  canyon  ���������several     months  ,lllSi���������u,ly to ���������ceso...etl.i.������B ������-������������������������������������ ������f,t  IL  is   unfortunate   that  V-iiu-.eai.il   another sis wee  adapted   to    .'������������������-���������<  bv  Mute Evidences of  Som;  By-  Gone Tragedy ofthe  Wilderness.  It looks very much as if \Y.   .Mackie  in his tramp through the woods on the  west   bank   of the   river   on   Sunday  hint had stumbled on .something  more  sensational than  the mere  discovery  of the body of  one   of  the numerous  victims of the fatal   Columbia,  whose  Ikiuc-S   .-.till   lie   unbut-ii'il     on     .some  spijui'.stcri'il   bar   or   hidden imiiil the  thick I'nliiigi* of one nf the   pii*lini*s.|iie  Klots.      which      stud     the    i'ii������.!iiii}j  anil deadly w.-ilersof the grim river i"  .such Humbert- and beauty.      11   seem  that lhe bnnes, among whicli was  tii"  skull, were not on a   bar at all. a.** w.v  reported,   but   in   the   woods  on the  bank nti|iiitu:i distance from i he t-<l.-f<*  nf the river anil in fact in-such a  p'-.-i'-e  is to preclude   all possibility   of   t.hi'iv  having   been   carried   thither   by the  water even nt highest flood.     Further  than   this   close   by   the   mouldering  remains   uf   the   unknown    dead     is  .situated 11 ruined and half burnt cabin  and near   by   was three or four cords  nf lire wood cut and piled.      Owing to  ihi:    rainn    nnd   Const.    Upper    did  not   il  day   us   lie  vesterilnv iiiiiriiiug iu :i canoe.  Summer School of  Mines Will  Study in This Province.  The   Summer   School   of   Mines,   in  connection   wilh    .MrOill    t'niveisily,  M1111l1e.il, was finnnleil 11 few ye.tr.s iiko  for   the   purpose   of   giving     a    post  graduate course to those of ils students  who   have   taken    the     mining    ������wl  engineering  couise at the  uni\ ei-sity  Th!s finishing com so by the Summer  School   is now   looked   upon   as   vei y  important   in   completing  the education of mining eng'neers and in giving  mir i-niliryo expeils a   prncliini   knnw-  ��������� eilge uf mil.1 - .ii"l  mining by n course  ifst.i.ly   in   th-'   mil ing   ilislricls  of  I'.iu.iil.-i. This. \ ear I In  Snininer Si hnnl  ���������.���������Ins***,      iiiiiiihi.iiiig     -"���������.       wilh      rum  .u'striii'tiir.-.   is   speiulliig   11  couple ol  months   in   :\t.-   milling    disliicts.   ot  lh*itisli   Ciiliiiiilen.      The    p.irly    lell  .\luy   1-.1 and   nl'ler going  ihimigh  in  ihe wesl lelurinil on  W.-ilnesd.-iy anil  uvnt mmi h.      Their fiisl   visit is In the  Sli'i'.-in. whi'l'i'ii lhi'iiiii,h :.ludy   of the  silver lenil nies Mini   the   foilnalion   in  ���������vli.ili tliey ornii i--> t" he made.     The  fue inilling  gold ores  of Nelson and  Ymir districts will next be examined.  The paity  will  make a  long stay in  Hiissland  where  the  coppei-gnld 111 es  and peculiar formal ions of ied mountain will be subjects of careful  study  and on which a course of lectures  will  be given.  Fiom this point the C. P. K. smelter  at Trail will be visited an.l.lln' students  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RESERVED FOR  owing to one  rks   of   I*1"-'  irably  already I  wealhei   adim  building should have gone  this vear nnd nothing done so far on j  tVt-oad. We ptcsiuiie, however* th t  Uu* delay was unavoidable on the pa.'  oflhedcputinent. It is to be ho,,,,,  delay will "nt occur,  lhat the :'iriiiige-  Ihe LOiistftu:-  are    almost  A CHAPTER OF  ACCIDENTS  th-it fm-thei'  partic'.tlifly now  uietits for commeiuing  tion of the* steamer  completed. Of course the inspector ol  ,.oads cannot be everywhere at one  ,'me and if it is impossible fm- h.m lo  come here at once and start operations  the.  road  on  the IlKHAi.t* would  suggest that there arc icsidente of  Rerelstoke quite co.noetent to superintend the job. The people of Uevel-  stoke are naturally feeling impatient  at lhe delay in beginning the work as  , he season is naturally short and lime  is therefo.e all lhe more valuable. The  Hhr-m-d is thoroughly convinced that  the construction of the road is assured  and that theie is not the least danger  of another repetition of the n.m.eto.is  disappointments which have occurred  in connection with lhe road in the  p-ist and the recollection of which  naturally increases the impatience of  nui* people to see a vigorous -Unit made  on the work. The Hkrau> hopes to  see some notice taken of its own.and  other representations, on this matter,  which it knows have been made by  people on the spot to the government,  not made in a sph'it  slt a.l but Vim ply  it       our  will   be    nlfonled   an   opportunity  to  down   the   river on AVednes-1 study lhe treatment of various  ores as  h.-.d   intended     but    left | accomplished at. a modern smelter.     A  short liip thro.igh the   llound.ny will  be made  after   which   the paity  will  reliuti east via the Ciow's Nest   Pass,  bieaking their journey  at  Fernie   to  examine the coal mine**- at   lh.it  point.  On arriving in Montreal lhe balance of  the summer will be devoted to  si care"  ful study of the notes aud observations  iniiile   im   lhe   I rip  and   11     complete  course   of   lectures   of     the   priiclical  working of the mines and  the r-iliu-  lion of ores will finish the education of  a quarter or a hundred  expert mining  men.      Willi   the   p.uty   arc   several  British  Columbians,   -among   wluun i.s  niited Niiriniin Parki's of Unssland,  The visit uf lhis parly is made at the  solicitation of llio C.P.U. which has  plated a special ear at the service of  the class, and is iilforiling the instructors -every facility for milking  the term succe.-sl'ul. f'.s nlliciuls never  miss .'in iippnrltiiiily for advertising  and making known the mineral weallh  of tin* province nud this is one of the  many methods adopted .by " the  company. This policy will undoubtedly result, in a lusting benelit to  llritish Columbia, for wheiever a  member of this graduating class  Iniates there will be found an enthusiastic friend of British Columbia and its  mines.  They are  of c.tptio'isness  liecaitse we conceive  duty to do so l>nili in the interests of  lhe town and district and also, if lhey  -wii|-only-iecognize-the-f.ict.^of_thj_  government itself in this riding. We  lecogniy... to the full the generous  manner." in which they have dealt  with ii> in the matter of appropriation*-;. It would be very unfortunate if  the good"impre-bsion thus created wns  io he-spoilt hv departmental del-iys in  doing the work for which the money  has iM-en uppropi iated.  An Engine and Fourteen Cars  in the River. ���������Fireman Barnes  Swept Away by the Water.  The suowslides are get ting in theii-  work on the Crow's Nest Pass as the  result of the late rise in the thei'iniun-  I'tor, resulting in great loss and  damage to mad bed anil rolling stock.  A day or two ago, flu; Miner reported an accident to a freight train at  Sparwood, of which further particulars, though still meagre, art* to hand.  The missing fireman's name is Barnes,  whose bodv has not yet been  recovered. The conductor. Harry  O'Hagan, and the brakeman, whose  name has not yet been ascertained,  jumped, the train as she was falling  into the river, and swam ashore. The  other brakeman is slightly injured.  The whole train of fourteen or fifteen  cars is in the river and the engine  No. 004 is a Baldwin compound which  used to run in this section of the  country.  Another accident occurred on Sunday morning last with less fatal results, when a Mogul fell across the  track, through encountering a snow-  slide, and delayed the Crow's Nest  passenger train 11 hours. The "Movie  left the landing for Nelson before "the  train arrived and the Nelson and  West Kootenay passengers slept in  the cars at Sirdar.  A third chapter to this book of accidents is reported to have occurred nt  the canyon between Kitchener and  Creston on Sunday evening, where  the steam shovel is being employed.  moving   earth banks along the   road-  WASTE VS.  THE KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS  Officers   of the  Grand    Lodge  Elected For 1992.  The election of the ntllceis of llu*  fii-.ind ljodgenf theCrand Domain of  British Columbia, took place nn Wednesday with the follow ing results:  (ii:ii:il Chancclloi'. Noble Minus i>r  Trail: Oiaiid Vice Chincellor. II.  HolTiisiMster of Vancouver: Oraml  Prelate. A. Keiguson i.f New Westminister: ("tiimlllK. "f I{* *"1 s*  Kiml Preidt-er of Virloiiiii: tii-niid M.  of E., K. P. Niilh. n of Victoria; fi rand  -M.u.tt'r at Anus. C F. Nelson of New  J)_mver: O. 1. G.. .1. Thompson ol  Ciiiiilifiluid: G. O. (... G. Johnson of  Nanaimo: Siipienie Representative?.,  H. J. Anstie and J. K. Kv.-ms of Van  envuer.  Vancouver was selected as the place  of thi* session of* 11)02.  In the evening Gold Range Lodge  held their usual meeting, at whiih a  number of Knights from tbe south  ���������iTi-re present, the western brethern  having left on No, 2. The third rank  wns exemplified.  In the Herald's account of the concert in our last issue, thiough inadvet-  t-mce. mention of the names of Dr  Carruthers and Roy Smythe as  accompanists during the evening was  omitted. Tlieir playing aided  greatly to the enjoyment of the  entert-iinment.  lied. During the night, a land slide  occurred which swung the arm of tlu*.  shovel around and broke it, and the  work of repairing the injured ineni-  Im>i* will pi-event the shovel from  resuming operations until today or  tomorrow. A.s a consequence of the  allow accident the work train is also  lied up.'  . Inquiries tit the C. P. It. oflice,*-* here  elicited no further inforination as the  wiit*s between Nelson ami Crow's Nest  (mints .ire said to he limki'ti. Nelson  Miner.  Latest Mining News.  The record nf ore shipments I'li'in  PhiHMii.N for tin: Ih'M four months ni  I'.Nil "shows that llie Miiici-drnves  syndicate m-hI nut to the I'liinpiiny's  sini'llci- nt Grand Forks n Mi.il of  7:t..*>2-J tons, in* nn averiuri* nf IJI'I Inns  dnily.  Word i.-nines frum Kninhiiips thnt a  -.plcinlid -bowing has bei-n fniiiid on  this Iron Mask mini*. They hnve  struck an 11-fiint, vein, four feet of  which is solid ore going lj!(J to the ton.  The Copp<*i*;i\ing has also iiuulen *.liip-  ineiit with s.iti*.f;ict<iry result-.  *A privnle letter Ironi I'lirt Steele  stales thnt in plncer inilling on Perry  ereek they are gel ting ir!!) per yard,  that n shaft hns lieen sunk 7.1 feel, and  thai iMidtock has nnt yet been struck.  The writer ii'iiinrks: "If this was in  the Klondyke it would be reported all  <iver this world."���������Outcrop.  A new strike ii reported from ire.x-  ingtoti mountain, on thnStt*vi*ii-n-iiion,  the northwestern claim of the Lucky  Jack group. The owners, .Mcshi-h.  Uutler, Derosiere and Owen, hnvo  during the past eighteen months  driven alKiut 110 feet of tunnel on n  lead ^containing a great quality of  galena and have a very satisfactory  showing at that jio'mt, and have just  succeeded in trnring and uncovering  what i.s confidently supposed to be an  extension of the large lead on the Eva  mine, and in this they have found gold  oi-e which will bear comparison with  anv found oil the Eva.  The Effects of Consolidation of  Interests to Benefit . Wage  Earners.  In one oi" a series of ai tick's appeal -  ing in its intent hsues, the North  American Review of recent di.te say:  The real hardships of consolidation,  if llu-ie is any. has fallen upon lhe men  who drew fancy salaries and did  very little to earn them. These men  were-generally stockholders in thr  concerns in which lhey held oflice.  Every small railroad Hint began in -  where and ended at lhe crossroads  had its president, vice-president, antl  -o on. Now one president dikes lhe  place of six. 11 is Hn i inert t hit work men  really benefit by the new system. Itj_������  weaker conclusions thai  All orders left nl It. "M. fmytlie'-i Tolmeco  Store, or by TeluplioucXo. 7 will receive iiroini-t  ���������mention."  llieii  Mimllet- and  seek to depress wages, beemwe  anlii.uatei" methods compel them to  seek that, instead of more intelligf nt.  means of economizing. Mr. Hill snys  that.the stiike in the nntr.icite coal regions last year was dim to lhe independent opeiators. who could not ntTnrd tn  pay the same wages us the railwny  companies. which obtained profits both  by mining the coal anil carrying il to i  market,.    This point is very ele.-irly put j  Jas. I. Woodrow  bv Mr, Logan,  I'l-i-iident of the Cnited '  . Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  .States ICnvelnpi* Compnny.  A bii-iiness  eiindiifti'd wit bout system is found  nt j  the end of the year to be making a loss  or an   innilei'iinlc   profit.     The   price'.  eaniinl bf raised fur fear nf lo-ing   th<- (  business.    Wln'ie cnn saving lie elTeet-1 Fish ancl Gaaic in Season   n re    Inleri-st. ri'iif. |iiiw-i*r. Iicnl   light,.    tuxes, ete., an* fixed charge-.:      "Tow- , .-.Iliirlor- promptly ^lli'.l  eiMiiH: high abi>\i*nll thes'; itemsofinst  stiind- tin* pny-roll.     Hint iiiu-t. be cut   *       KiiiK-iru-w  down.      The   rut   i-   maile, nnd they :   start out, once nnire  tn   curry   o;i   for    ~~~  .unit her senson lhe   Slime   iilHiniiiinbli* ,  business   methods,     nnd    force   ntli<*r|  niiiiiul'nctiireis, who want to pi-jV good  wages. In nil down the    p.i  dpei-iil ivi��������� in  tlieni."  RBYEL'STOHE. B.S.  ���������de,  to  nf    their  chinpefe with ,  To Strike on May 20th.  Tlie expcelntinti is thnt .Iho tlin-nt-  cned strike mi May SH h which will  directly involve 1C,'I,IJ0() mni'hinists ,-irxl  imlireiilly hnir n million melnl workers  will mil. be nverled. A conferejice  wns held on Snturdny Inst in New  York between the representative**! of  the MetiilTi'iidesAH'-'.iicintiiin anil the  I. A. of Mm nt which the employers  refused to arbitrnte the ipiestion of  wages nationally, hut that they expressed ii williiigiii"-"-! Hint this matter  would be settled by employers locally,  each individual case to be I rented as  such. This method is unsatisfactory  to the ri-pi-csent-iitiveH of tlie  machinists' nssiH-intion, who express  the opinion that this would prolong  indefinitely the. settlement of the  fiuestion upon liis return to \\ iLslung-  ton Mr. O'Connell, J'resident of I. A.  or M., promptly |irepnted the order for  thn strike, and it was sent out by mini  today. _ .  The executive committee lias ile-  termined not ut this time to "-PP-y,.1**1,  strike order to the railroads. W lwtliet*  it will be done in tbe future will  depend altogether on developments.  m  #  p  R  I  N  T  Note Heads, Bill Heads  F.etter Heads, Statements  F'.nvelopcs, etc., etc. in  an up to date, clean and  attractive manner. Send  to us for your next printing. Wc arc sure" wc'  will give you satisfaction.  The   Kevelstoke Hcarld  Printing and  Pub.   Co.  THE MOLSONS BANK  INCOItPOllATED BY ACT OP l'AKLIAHKNT, 1863.  ���������HEAD   OFFICE:  ivd:03SrT2?/IGji^.Ij  .  '    Paid ii? Capital       -       -       -       -       jp2.500.poo.  Rest Fund   -���������*;..-       -       - 2,050,000  DIRECTORS:  Wm  Molson Miicpherstm..President; - S-'H. Giving. Vice-President-.  W. M-lt'iii'sav.      Simtiel Fmley.    -J. P. Cleghorn,,,  H. Mnrkliuid Molson.-    Lt.-Cnl. F. C. Henshaw.  James Er.l.loTT,' General Manager. -  A goncral biinkini.binliicw transacted.       Interest allowed at current rates,  ���������   -" -    J. D. MOLSON, Manager    _���������  ., ,. .    ���������    .' Rovolstoke,.B..C..   .  BEDRAGGLED  SKBRTS  Tills l*.;iinnl wcntlicr on tlmse lii'iiiillful .  nlilte  slilrts:   limlte.s   tlii-in   ilirly   nil  iiriiiinil the liuttom���������im juu'il mil iviint  tn iviisli tlieni yiiursuir.  Wu wn nt tin-in for ynu, MiniiKli.  Wr> u-rih to iiniku tliviii i-li-iiii nml  liiik-ln iukI lr.'*li. Mi- lniikuiill llui'ii  ln.ik fresh 1111.I sweel.  . FAYETTE BUKER.  H.G. PARSON  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  -Al^&QQB  NAME....  Is bott it than riches   ....  We have tlio name ol making  the onlv Stvllsh Bulls in Town  ���������for iltiriihlllly unit iimility  tlii*y also excel.  ������ TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  _r������������PiiKiL���������a_  .'i*.i  (  l\l  5f  ^i  AND SO������ LIME.  R. HOWSON & COT.^  FIRST CLASS SLEEPERS ON  ALL TRAINS.  Undertaking  A XI)  Embalming.  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sermon Hull Uni**��� lhe lloli J 111 liarist 1
1 clebriilcdm 7 a 111   or tt a 111 , as niuiuiint li'
lloli 1'npllMii nfier Sumliti **i liool al 1 1 >
ll   A   1 KUILMI !', ltLLlOr
i*i-i si.iti 1.1 i.s 1111 rcn
Serncociori biiwliii nl 11 a in  and 7 '0 p 111
In u, hit li ull tire 11 limine       l'jaici inceilii*. at
Hp 111 eii-ri i\oilue*.dai
I'll   11   1   Cn on>, Pastor
BOM AN  CITHllI ll   I IU 1 CM
Muss at 10 ;j a in , t,u hrsi, second and
fourth Sinidiiis in UiL iiiniuh.
nn     1 ITMUl  tii u , I"
S11.1ATION    ll'l.l
Meeting eieri night in thilr Hall cn r-roiil
Itod Rose Pearce meets set*ond antl rt i.nl
Fritlais of each month,   White l,o--e  Dogrui
nieeu hrst 1'ridai oi each month uiOddfolloiis
Hal, / Vi*-liinir brethren iielionu
W M, �� \-NIN in    l']j�� IRD5
l'reMilent freirctari.
Gold Range Lodge K  of P ,
No. 26, Revelstoke, B C
.Meets pvoiv Yyednp--.il iv u
Oddlt-lluus' ll.ill.it Su"i liuk
Visiling Knights mi ill il.
K O   Hi imiDnr. G C    :    :   :   : ���-.
:    : l'\ \V. M \ckixhot, K. <ir tt Si a
JHcituhir meetings are held in lh
Oilt'icllow's Hall 011 ilie'lhird lr
dm 01 eai li month, at s p in simr*
\ laitnii; brethren <or.li.tlli tinned
' 1HOS bTEhl), W M.
W.L.   IU_lM-\ -Kic--ec
Koinl "**ihool of Mine-, I niulon     "even iear
at   Moriu   Work*.,  Sinnsea      17   iear*.  Chie
Chemist   to \\it--nii coal and  Iron i.o.'I.iil*
l.aie 1 liemUt and -\��--inei, Hall Mines, Ltd    _
Claims evumined and loportid iy-011.-- -
Revelstoke, B.C
-Mining Unginveii,
Member Uncnehn Instiiute Mining Engineer-
Member Canadian Mining liu-tiiute
Evamlnatlon of and report* on Mineral yiror
erlie*,  1 speciall*..
l'urs Cleaned and Pe,.alred.
LOVERIKG'S OLD STAND     .     Second Stree
Ijin-p Hou-e near   Haihia*. "tMion.    Appli
toHu \r .���_.-, KcCartej & Knkham.
Residence' of Mrs. J   n Orahnin, Second St ,
"IMsi .'I'pli     io   Harvey,   McCa-or   &
Mni-hun- ustl
Pan-'Amciica i ExposUlOL
B iTalr, N. Y.,  U. S. A , May to
'"- '   November,-1901.
'lo n I tin 1 ��� i'ii*. 1,1 il 1 I 1. n,]'.
'iliitiiiLhoiti llie wurld��� .
Y011 are hcrebv fralcriiallv reqnosted lo
unite iilih lhe inst ajnii ol Odd luKo��hli.
winking "Odd I'cllons* JJiijh" afihe* I'aii*
A merit nn i:\posltit.ii-ineintnnble liitlioiiniinli*
of onr beloied order, and to Hint end ih
extt'iid 10 the members of jour Iniljre. a eordlal
lm lliitiou 10 be pre lent on thU oceasloii,
On .lime M-27 ne miilrlpiiio the pleasure ol
nit'HtJiiK nnd urcetlni! Oraiid hire* i.'nble, llu
l.rniul Muster and (,,rnml ollieers of eaeh l.rniiit
r.ods.t" lilrl-idii.tlon lliOroilKlKiut lhe* iiorl.l, n>
Mcll ns niatii of the meiiibersof jour Indite.
In order Unit clery Oild lcllim nml RelieUali
nntl be Informed of the .001' InU-iiiiiiiiKof Hk
SunalA Odd rellons, ue ri>s|ieclfull> re.ine'si
3011 to lime this iiird and the enclosed lettvi
printed In iourdall> nud neekl.i iicMspnpcrs
'-' l'rnlcriuilli lours,-
J. Q. 0. K. l'AN AMLll.CAN C0MMIT1 I.E.
To all tlio Lodges of the f. O. O. r.
Tlirougliout the world���
OREE1INC. :       '
The Pan-American E\pojltloii -vif 11 beheld
In Die City of Buffalo, X. Y., U. S, A., fiom
Mai 1st to Noi. 1st, I'JOi.
'Iho Oddfellows of Buffalo, deslritiK to
excnipllfj the teachings of our Brand order-
that of extending an honorable reception,
fraternal greeting nnd generous hospltnllt) to
our ���djrethcrn from ' strange cities and distant
states"���haic opened an Oddfellow*/ Headquarters nl 213 l-Jlicot Square, Buffalo, ulie
TMCPj^OTT-JE Ui.it 30 d.iys .illoi
JaLo 1 iiiU'iul lo   .inily   to   the  duel
ClllllllU*.*sltlll..I oi L.llllls .lllll W'olKS loi
pUl 11I11-.H1I1     til    C"L    .'Mil    c u ��� .     .iv.i>
innbai houi tlu* lullnii iiiy ik*s.' till -il
laiuls silli.itoel in till' llxxj ^.untl l)is-
tuct ot E.is'e* lit o.L*n,iy: (Joinmoiu \ny
.il :i ixisfc iil.inte'.T on Uu* *.tvilh li.in'c ol
Ihe ('oliniilii.i tn-oi .ilioul H mile's !ic-
loiv S'n ju-.m* 11 ijiuK ,il I In* intuit li ul .i
ClOtik .Uul lll.tlUl'll "(J.     l'\    ljllltll.l 111    N
i!<nth-\vc<*.l    (nrni'i '.   Uii'iito   i*i*-Ll*i1j
.llllllj? till" ll.llllc Ol   Illl'    Cllllljlllll.l    lllL'l
i'ii ili.t.ns: tl.i'iiLU   --oiali-wi'-ste-ili    SO
hums;   Uii'iiii'   Mi'sLi'ily   l_""i   i li.tins.
lliL'i't o luu tlioi b- SO  t-li.iniN   lu   miLi.il
D.tlo.l 2(illi A lull, 11)01.
(J   I'"  1,1-VD3IA1"K".
TAKE KOTrOR tli.it :10 il.iys .ilt-*v
tl.ito L inlt'iid ti> .ijijilv In tl.i* (Unci
Coniniis'iionui ol L.tntU .mil "Woikslm
pt'iiinssiiin to iitt .mil cmv .nv.iy
timlior hum tlii* iiillou injj; ili'sei ilioil
l.uuK--itu.tU'tl in tin' Hit; Ri'iul IIin-
tiiLtnt 1-j.ist Xiioti'ii ly: Oohiiiiu'Iliiik
.il. .i post pl.inti'il on tin* toutli li.mU ol
thc (Joliniilii.il i\i*i .iliout I lii'li**-, v i -it
ol Ciniinmis Cii'o's ,tl thc mouth ol ,i
l.ugo Ci i*cU. .mil iu.tii-.cil "IC. C. }.\e-
(J.utci's noiLli-o.isl, loi net": tlu'ru'i*
sotithoilv 10 i hams: thonci* iicstutly
-_.""() tli.ims- thoiiee nenlliuvlv '0 lIi.uhs
lo the Ii.uik ol the (Joliunlii.'i iilfi;
llu iuc c.isti*ilv along s .lfl h.i.ik 230
i hams lo point in eoiiniit'iiLCiuont.
.Ditoil ls.t-U.tv, 11)01.
K. <-.'. -McUARTl-.l..
TAKEXOTIOKIli.it ���� <1 ij *-* .iiti*i
il.itL* 1 nitL'iiil to -n ply to llu* C'liii'i
t'oiiinussioiu l ol LiiiiU .mil AVoiKs*. loi
pcrtnii-sion to tut and c.niy .uvay
Liinliei iioiii tlu* lulioi. 11ii_f ik-sii ilietl
lands siluuid in Lhe "lit, 13L'tid V)is-
tfiLtol I'j'st Kootenav- GoiiiiiienL.mi?
at a post planted on thc noilli hmU ot
Lh" Ooluiiiii a ii\vi :*',)() I'h.ttiis ii est ol
the tiKiurh oi OiuiMiims OiecW .ind
ni.U'!*.ed "A. IM. I'liikhain't. soiiLh-e.ist
Lomei' : them i> noLlheily 10 chains;
lhen'*e iiesteilv 2.10. chains; theme
soiitheilv 10 ch'tins Lo lhe bank oi the
ColiiiiiliM niL'i: Lhi'iii'i* .doin; sud
bank 2."i(i ch um, Lo point nt eoiiiini'tice-
- DitLd2nii Iil.vv, 1901.
A. JI.riXK.lTAM.
T VKE XOTUM? thil :*fl iliiys allei
late  1  iiiLonil   lo ,i|ipli   to   the   Clnet
Ootiiuiisfciotiei ot��jini|s nnd \Voiks t u
���id iniss'iiii     tn   tut   and   i.iny   .may
lunlii-f  11 om  the  lolloning  ili-scuheil
lauds situ,vleil m the Hip; Bend,Disti HI
jC'EastJviiuleiiay ���    Uoiiun.-iii.iiii; at.i
posi   iil.niud  on the iiiulli bmk ol tlu>
'jiiliiinlini   uii'l    at a point IS I   ihaiiib
vest   ol-   llie   millet   lioni    KnilMskei
Like    and   muled   "T.   Kilpati it k's,
-nulh-iiest   cniuei   ;  thenie     easteilj
ilt.nil I he not Lh haul*, ol  the Ciihmilu.i
nei :32d chains,  thence nmlhi'ily  31
hams; tluiice   west ei ly   320-t hams:
heiui* souiliei ly 31  ch.niib lo pint e nf
Dated IsL iM.in. lDIl
-   "    T. Kir.rATl.ICK.
TAKJ'jNOTIORthat 30 dais afiu
lute 1 mtend to apply to the I'lnel
Ooiimiis-sinni.i oL Lunls and Win Ist.
.of peniiibsiciti tn ( ut anil liny aii.t.
��� uiiliei t.iiui ihe l'_.|loM'iiif; -ile^n ilied
.mils sit iiatiwl-m the Bif; lJend Di-.li ic I
d lilust KiiotL'intj : Oniiiiiii-ni uij; al a
"1st at the ninth ea-t coniei ol A
l.mdmaiK's. limit nnd in u keel *T
lloine's   south-iiest   tin nei";'- tlieni i
i->U'ilyC-J clmins; thenee noilhi'il.
lOOihaiiii.; thenie Mesteily 02 chain-:
hence, biiulhiilv 100 chum., lo tht*
mint ol eniiiiiiemeii ent,
DileilGlh Al.iy, 11)01.
books of reglstri iilll be Tkept, and Lonipeleui
nrtics coiistantli In charge to glic (free of
cost | reliable information to lhe visiting Oddfellow, his family nud friendb, nt-Joiimlng in
our city, and iihere* one mav be direct*-d to
clean ,and respectable hotels, boarding or
private houses.
Visitors are al Ubcrl) to haie telcgrnms and
mall nddrenxud lo them in care uf ��ald headquarter**,
A reliable guide, ullli ninjih of the cllj nntl
Exptmltlcu grounds, will bo on Kale for the
convenience of vlalling brethren.
Your member* vlHlting Buffalo during the
Exposition arc cordially United to call at
I. O.O. F. !|cndqtinrtcrs that nu may bale tho
Idcaiiure of meeting and greeting >ou, and ailing son an much as ue are* able along the lines
'Hit* bCLrctary of jour Lodge Is requested to
read thin rominnnlenUtm nt Mineral meetings
tbat all of >our member* in ay become familiar
���nllli tho good Intentions of jour brethren In
It ii ill ho an aili nnUru for each brother nnd
flisterto present an oliicial receipt or other
means of Ideiitillrntloti,
Hoping we may have tho of meeting mnii)
of the members of jour Ixidgo during tho
condng miiiiiiier, we remain,
Your* In F 1, and T.
TAKE N'OTTOIil that 30 tl.ijs.iftei
l.ito I intend to apply Lo the Ohiel
Uomrnisbioiicr of Lands nnd Win ks
oi pel mUbion to ( ut and cm i y u ,i iv
uniliei [l'om the follmvinf; de-ci died
inda sit n ited m the Bipc Bend Dmtml
il Kust Knot cn ij*: Oniniiieiit uif; at ,i
pc-L planted ne.n lhe Wood uvei li.nl
ilioul SO chains tnst ol Wtiod livei'.i-id
ui,nked "F. ,1. Allan's noilheisl
oi nei ; thence in a t-atiLli-wesipily
lit et lion neur the soul li hank nl Wood
liver 120 i ham- nioi u nr less to-the
���noii'h nf Wood 11 vei; thence *-nn I hei Iv
S3 ehnins; llieiue nmih-iMslcily SO
���liiiins; thenie bi'iilheily Sh thitins lu
���lie nm th-ive.st inrnci of. A. Ijinil
unu Is'ti hi i iii i'lliem ii eiisteily fcOchiiiu-;
theme noithei ly- 10.") i li.t'inn tn'the
point nl (oinuieiii en it'll L.
Dated 1-t Mny. 1IJ01.
TAKK NOTICE that .S0'd;i_.s artcr
dntc I intend lo apply to the Chief
Ooniiiiissioiier til Tjaiul*. 'find Woiks
lot permission lo cut and cutiy ti\v,iy
tiinliei* from the following tlostiibetl
lands situated in tho Big ,Bend District of Kasl Knotcii.iv; ('oiiimeneinor
ill ii post planted on the HiiVth hank ol
lhe Columbia river (it the n ltlet ol
Kinl.askct Lake,indmarkeil "A. .lohn-
snn'si nortli-wc-ib corner' : 1 hence sotith-
e.'ibteily ulonu" the* bouth bhtire ' of
Kinli.ihkct ]_kif;i) 170 cluiins: thence
south-wesleilv "10 cli mis; tlieiife
W'UHterly SO chu ins, thence iioitherly
ulong IC, jM, Allilin's liinit SO chains
more or Uibs to initial post,
Dated 20thApt*il, I'JOI,
Take notice that SO dais after dnti>,[ iiltcnd
to n-ppti to Hie chief coiiimi*.^Ioiicr of l.nn '.*,
ami Works for permission lo tut nud earn
nuny limber from the* folltniliig ilccrlbrd
Imiils situated lu tho lllg llel-.l District of
Kast Kootenay: (otiimeiielug ut---**..*. po-t
iilaiiled on the north bank ot tho Columbia
ltlier alituil tno miles east of the mouth of
W'ootl lllicr ami marked"!. Double's northwest corner"; thenco caaiarlj along Iheiul-
uiiibla river 1.1) ihAins lo, a point i) riiiiins
east of the mouth of a large creek on-the
south -dde of said rlier ; thenee ��outhcrl> t4)
chntlif J thenco westerly SO i-halus ; tluuue*
northerly 10 chains ��� iliciin* we-leriv 40
chains ; tin nee ltortlierlj to the* roint of eotn-
i. Dated 1st of May, 1001.
TATCCNOTfOK elm f,0 divs .iftci
dale 1 inlv.id lo ap.i'.i io the Ch'e1
Uomiuissioiit't ol l,,i_*ils ."id\\ orksfoi
pei in s.fin to nit and cany .'\..'\
tmil)..   Mom   I'ii-  lnllouimi; de*>rubed
I ud-, sitiK-.it d in thc lii'^Bend Lis
ti if L ol l'.s! Ki,tiLe*,i,i\ : (.'oninie'icmi;
���it a po-t pi lilted on tin* ilDltll Cist
li.Mi'*.   oi    Lhe Colin.thia   uici    at,   the
oith-ei-t cm mi oi T). Koli.n-nn-
ippl.tation and ni.iikrd '.Mima*,
liiuit*'-*. suuLii-ue-l coint'i'": Ihi nee
noith Op t hams: thenie e..-t 120 chain*,
uioieoi le->s to B".!.1! imi: tlunic
oulh-iie-,t>',l\ along the ha*ik oi l.tisji
II vi l I)'* chains moi.* o_* le���: tin net*
nesLitlv .iln'it; tiie nm tH lunUol the
Uohuulii.i in el Lo iiiiU.il nn-st.
DaLell.:d> An il. V.01. "
Und   iu   ii,])],]     to  the  Chu t ( oninii^sio*u t of
mis,   md   \\ oik- foi   |)Mii)iision  to < ul   ind
<-Hl\1\    J     Ul,'iLl     fiL>I'l  UlC   I(jHu\Mll^(l( -( 1)1'
 - if
 ���      Dosl
.'-.ol tlie C olmnUiLii\Li
<-Hl\1\    J     Ul,'iLl    fiL>I'l UlC   I(jHu\Mll^(l( -(iih
Ml   lllKN   -ItUlIod   in    LlltiPlK Uend   ]) SlllU uf
\j i "T    ICootui. ( uinnw nt 111^   nl     .1     i)oM
fil in. r tl (, ] the wliI h      '      ' ���*      '���*������-'
 >~.    llfl     II UUI     UIU  l.   UlUlllltlltNlLj
nt 11 Un. nun �����_ ol ^13 inoui Cil< k and m.u Led
Il    I-iI 1 luimu ���*,   nuiiliLi^t   (c	
��� mi 11. ���. .->,   . oinm       11i< 1 it
wt-,tciJ> ^u (ij mi-  ihtiiM *-��iiLheil> l(i)fh��*n*��
TAKH^OTiOJO ihit '.ii il'i>- ihei
d ite [ intend In ,ippl\ it. the Chief
Giiiuiuissmiii.i ol Ij mils .mil 1V01 U-foi
pei mission to LiU .mil i.uiy aiiai
1 niilier Ci om the tulloii mi; i'e��iiileil
lands silu 1 Led in the lli-C Uend Disliitl
oi J...I-.L Koolen iv : Cotiniifiit.iiipt it a
jio-t pi tilled nn thi' nm th haul*, ol I he
Uoliuiilii.i 1 nei at tlie n.u'i'l nl Kin-
I1.1 .Uet Jjike and iniiUeil "E. -\l.
Alliun's not the ist uiinei"; llieiue
-nnLlieil} S') 1 hams; I hem e nesleih
lil th mis : I hem e nm (liei 1\ SOilitm-
to the limk ot ih" (Joliuiihi 1 mei .
Ilietiu* e.iileily ilnnH -an' mei in
mil tal pos|
Da Ieil 2'JLh A pul, 1101
Si. M   AIjTjUM.
TAKENOTtCI*. that 30 ilijs altei
tl ite I inlend in apply lo the ("luef
Coiiuiiii-sinnei of ljinil-5 mil \\nil.s
Im pei mission in i ut ind ( n 1 y aiiai
tinil'it liom the lullnii uil; t'esiiilicd
lands situ 11 oil in I hi* I'm Ui nd Disti it l
ot West Koolen.il . t'onimt'iicni-[ at a
post pi niled on the l'_ ist side nl Ihe
Onlumlii i uvei ,.limit 12*) I h lint, lielini
t In* inoiil h ol C moi* i ii 11 and in u keil
'XX'. E Alx Iji.i-ihhn's nm I h-.\e*-l
loinei": tin me soulheily tloii^ the
haul, ol lhe I'ltliiinln t mei *J.*"*I) (hams;
tliLPie cisU'ih -10 ihaiis; tlitiae
noi thei ly-"".0 th nns; Ihence ui-Um!v
10 th iiii% to lhe piuut ot eummeiKi-
Doted :3nl M ty. 1001
TAKKNOTICFj that TO days nltei
d lie 1 inlend to applv lo the I'lnet
t'oiimussionei ol Jjinil-> and WniU
Im pei mib**aon lo i ut and cany in i\
tunliet fimu the lolli*iM!'o; destulie.i
laniK situ iled in lhe Hip; Bend 1) s*,��� icl
ot West Koolen ij ; Cnnui'i m nij_: at a
post ]il in led on the n e-t hank ol tin
(.olumlu i i ii ei ilimit '20 ilnn.s hekni
the ii out h ol Canoe mei and milked
"3. E Johns-mi's noilh-east loi nei ',
IheiiLi* uesleilv SO i ham*-: thime
sunt hei h V'l) i hams*. 1 horn p enslei 1\
SO lIi.iiiis io the li ink of the I'riliiiulii.i
iii"i; Iherue iifutlitili a'on^ baid
ham-to point oi i oii.inencemenL.
Diled old M.i\,l'XU
3   E. JOHN'S ON.
TAK13 NOTICE that 30 d lys nftei
d ite I intend lo apply lo lhe Chief
Oouiiiiissiuitiet* of jjaiids ard Woiks
loi pet mission to t ut and cnuy .uviy
lunhei .Mini the fnllniving il est lined
lards ������ uu iii-d m the Dip; Bend Disti ict
ol West Koot*'ii.i!: tiiiiuiii<*iiLiin;,i! a
post planted on the ive-t sule nl the
i'nluiuliia l ii ei ahout 120 chains helow
the mouth ol Cimoeiuei and ni.nkeil
"F. W. McUi 1'irni^ mn th-east cninet",
them e iiiulhetly .ileus; the, ii e��t hank
ol s nil i nei 2.30( hams; tliehi o iiesteih
.0 th nil's; llieiue northeily 250 thains;
theme eastei lv-10 ih.uns to the point
ot iiiitimeni emetit.
Dal ed 3ul .May 11)01.
1    F. W. "iIcGTJEGOI".
TAKE KOTIOPj that SO d.t-.s .ifLei
date 1 inlend lo .ipplj Lo the Chiel
Ooiiiinis**.ionci' ol Land-satid "Woikb lor
peinnssion Ln cut and cawy .may
tmilicr tioni tho 1011011111^ d'csciihed
htnds>_ situ.tted 111 the Biy Bend Disti 111 ol East Kootonay : Comineiicmq;
at a pobt planted on the Ninth Bnnl-
ot the Columbia Ki\ci at the outlet ol
isinhiskcl Lake and .mavkod * G. S.
."ilcCaitei's south-east coinei." thence
webteily along the bank of the Colum-
bi.i mov'lGl chains; thenco noith GO
chains;* thence easterly Kit "chains
111010 ot Io��s to the margin of Km-
b<is*Lct Leke; thence folloiMiis.; Uie
shoie of KinbaskeHjiUeloinitmlyiost.
���Dated 2!)th~Api ilf-1001:
G.S. -UcCAllTEK.
'lake notlic tlint'iO dais alter date I intend
to npnli 10 the Chief Coiiiiiii*,s|oin.r otl.nnil*
and works (01 ficriiussion tl> cut inul earn
awai timljei from the /oIIoimmj; de-eribe'l
���anilk'Sltiinieil in the Hi*; Uend Di^trlet o:
lZn-t Kootenai eominenelnt, rt tx f .-.
planted on the north hank ot i*e I'oluinlila
rlier ai n imliit tnl iliaint nest 01 tin* outlrt
from i**iiiun-.kci lake and market! ' O. 1)
Hume's ���"untli-cti'-t lorner" ; thenee northorli
fm-niiiis ; theme iie-terh Hit tlniiin, ihenie
souilierh ou chains to the bunk of llio C'oliun-
blii rlii*r ; thence enstcrli olon,; ijnlil hank to
holm of commencement
Dated 1st oi Mni-,1901,
C. II. IIUmi:.
Take Noilio that 10 dais afterdate I Intend
*o*i;.li|\ to the Chief Comn,lk>.|oiie*r of Lnn.l-
and worl:*i fir iiennS��iIoii 10 cut antl 1 urn
11 mi timber from the IoIIoiiIiil* llist-rlln.l
liuiils situated In the VAxr Uentl Dl-trlet of
i'as t lCootena*, <omme:ir ini* nl a 11 si
planted 011 lhe\lior.h hank of llie* Co'iimb 11
rlicr !'.K)i lialii*. net of lhe mouth oft inninli *.
erei k nud nu.rketl "11 A J oii-onS hOiuh
east corner" ; thenee en-terlv nlonj,' lhe Inn k
of the Columbia n\er i*<) i limns; ilienei*
nortlierli 10 chains; thcurc. nesierli -*
chain*. , theii'o toutherl} tUeliain*. lo point of
Dated lit of Mai, 1001.
II   A. l.VMCOV.
Take Notice thatMdai*; rfter date Iintc.id
lo appli to the thief commissioner or Lands
and mirks for pcrmis-1011 to 1 ut and earn
auaj timber from thc follouini; riewcribed
lands sliu-itcd ln the Dig ilend I)i*.tri<t nf
Kast Kootenai * conimenoinif at a post
planted on thc north bank of the toliiintjli
rlier about ti\o miles east ofthe monih of
Wood rlier and marked "A 1 iiidiuark's
south-uct corner"] thence nortlierl.i 1-0
ehain��; thence easterli W chain*!, llieiue*
southerly IJ) ihaiiis more or le��- to the bank
of the Columbia rlier ; thence ncstcrli along
kftld rn er to t*oint of commencement
Dated 1st ol Maj.l-.Ml
 ..  *u 1 'i 1111*   1 item 1 si 111 unci i>  iu, . 11 1*11-.
ilicnei' ta-tei'i Ml eliini- In tin 11 -.1 bunk of
.ne* (.iiltiiuhi 1 met, thenie uoiilicili nlon-.
-tnd bmk il,icl .tin-, i��� tl c immt of co nun n^e
l.n nt
lilted Wh Mi , l"ll
'1 IM inner, that I l-Vinril "Mcttlllfe
intend 10 up) 1 ij d n*. unci dale to tin ( hid
I .linen -it.in 1 nl I nntls iiMtl Wo ks lor pcn> i*.
-���ion to tut anil iinr an 11 timber 11,>m tlu
fillouiiV dcsirilittl luuils sun iled 111 U esl
KiH.tenni C.initiH..lt tli>; nt i. post planted nl
llu 1 iiiulli of Uoliluh t'recv an 1 1 nuked
1 Dim id Vticai'.>,s South 111 si l orni 1 ,
ilie.uc in rib 'Al ilium-*, tlieni'.. wesi 1111 lunti**,
t'leue south Uu 1 hams, theme 1 as( lu
el nm*- to the pliiecotcinnmeiii einciii
listed this Jolh dm of Ipnl, A   I) , Nil
_:�����,! A11I) .Ml ICU.P '.
TAlCnNUJUl   (Imi   fnin-, .flu  di|<   I in
Utld lO l]>[)i\ ll) till (. llILl I. OIIUHI--S umh 1 ol
I dill's Illl1 WOlk- lOl (lLllpIf - UU Kt V.IU tlld
.   11 [\   MV\   l\   Ullll-M   llljlll UlL    Itli i,\\ 11 j, (l0-*(.llll
ni luiuls iiuu-lK.   in  tlu    I if;  Jlmd ijimikI u
'\lsI    ICouliii ij        (. onum ULin,;    it     i     pu-,,
iilunuil   on   ' in-   xsi-^l   h ink  il   lht ( uiu uiu
ii\(.(    ubuiil  Id)  t li uii'l ntiut U  uil'n     mil li u
-ft \ JIHIUI   Cli-Ll.   Hid 111 ll k   ll       1 111 IK -.    \(l    ul -,(111
III I 111 L 1-sl  t 0   MCI I li-ll-U   \\( "-il    I       ^ I �� 1   lllii
lilt 111 C MM lll( llj   1-0 (    1 UIl-s      ll     III (   (   IMl J IS  ii
tlhiiiih lu 1'il \ i ->l >i uiix oi lht Cuiuiiini i 1 i\ci
lliLin o nniLtiLth   .xluiifj   snd    wi-L  h m'v   J_
climiis to l he poiuL ui UJIIM1U.11L' nit.nl
Jj.acd iiiii \laj, liJJl
TAKi:N0lK i: tlmt 1, tolm �� Kntipp, intend
to iipjth 0 i]ii\ s tiftur clnlu lo tie Chief Loni-
niibMOiiLi t>f 1 nnds and Works lor |-cniii*-sIou
10-liu uiui cm rv iirtiix innhLM fiom the following -it,-, liucd lund-H *.itunu il in \N isl Uootenii\
Coinnit-iii mj; ��t 11 post jilant-jtl tit thc wmtli-
wo-i < tu nt r <if 1�� H i'ctoisou'v liiiul 1 nil miirkcd
* Julm I�� ICuti])]) - North Uc-t ( onicr ", then to
north lo t h nns, ihcnce cu>t UtOchuins, thent c
south H) chums, thciuc west U.0 thiilns to tliu
l*l*ii o 01 ( 0111 uu ui cmcnl
Uiitctl UiIsUiiIi iliij of Ai>rll, \   n, 1'hil
70H.N J>   1CN \pp
TAKi: XOilCL tlmi .0 (lavs aftc*- date 1
{utiMid to m>itl\ to tlu Chiof ( oinmi'.NioiiLr of
f ind*- nod W orki fftp ti lucn-c to cut umhor ou
ihu loi lowing ilcstrihcd hinds (..oiuniciu inp
nt u post on Lht south lmiik ot tho iclim-nti
Kni r, about ore qu irlcr of n mill* al*o\c 'mu
pn��.i luni'dv uid t uirkoil "1 .'MeCu i\*sjnKinl
I'o^L", tin iue ruiiiilii^ in a iiortli-uc ->Uih
dirotiion aloiu' the I'inU oi llio t'ul nnhiii
I.her one and a hall in Its, thi*ne south
wts'erU oik and one hrlf miles, thoncc Miuth
e��suil\ one mile, thenco nouhcih -.e ent\
th 11 ns, the.ic^ eii'-Urh onu ht--iF miK .lit nu
nort'ioih lu tlji.ins n. tlio imi al posi thc phut
of t ouniieiKoment, coi.tani ng a 1,U1l) ncrc��
moro or lO"***-
��iiU��ii lhis2dlh tl i\ of Ap-il, lr01
1    iloUAlin,
pur T  Hoi \r,
liis A^ent    fc
.     NOTICE.   '
'hike noiue iiml llmti ila^s nficr Utile 1
inlend lo i ppli to the i hit f lomtiu-sionor of
1. mtls antl U oi I *, nu ��� ei mission (ot ot and
ta.ii limn ,imli-.r frum tiie follnumir tle-
t nlii'tl hinds sitiinicd in Ihe l!i^ lieud Hi*-I**u 1
of J nst Koolena\ ronitiieni mir at a j.osi
plaiiti-il on the uest haul, of tin lolumlji,
hiitr at tin* In nil of Mirpnse nnt,it]s tun'
innrkcd 'Sustni Hnhnso .'ssfmtii east eornci',,
ihence soutli-\\e-iei I. SI) t*liiili's,thcni e noith
i e*-terli 120 i liiiins, ihtutc north t nsi"i li stt
iliiin. tt> the nest hunk of thc toltitulnii
I'ner, tlu nee s ut Hi easit rl\ nlon*i the wesi
hmk of the eoliiml.ia Unci to lhe po.nt t,r
t'oi niKiieciiienl
Dat. d the 27th dill   Oljlpnl, 1101
���~L/��IN" ItOilIS'SOI*:
TiKF >.OTcr thai 0 dais after date I inlend
loipiili to the ihief toiunus-ioiiei of Lands
and Works for pormission-io cut, ami ruin
mi ni mnher from lhe fullowing.desi-nhetl
luiuls situated in the t uriboodisiiiil of l.rili-h
columhia t oiiimeiiein^ ul a post planted at
the mouth or Uoiilder creek, on tlioea-t sule oT
camo Kner, and marked ' '1 MeM Dion's
���lortluiost eornci", ihcnce northeasteili Mi
ehains, theinesouthca*5terh 1U0chains, ilienee
souiliiiesteili 80 phaini to the cast bmk ol
oaiioc mer thence nortl nesierli aloii;; ihe
bnnk of-aid n\er to the point of eommenee
Daled the lit daj of Ma j, 10P1
 I    MiAfjUIOV.   ,
Takh Xoticl that 3(1 dais nfter date I intend
loappl. to the chief eoiiiinissio ici of I.iind-*
aiul Works for lierinission to eut and lam
ainij nnihor from the following dpsriibcl
lands sitniilcil in the cariboo District of 1'iltish
Columbia tomiueneiui; at a post phi.ucd on
the nest bank of canoe Itnerat the moiuh of
i.latiei creek, and marked ��� l.li/iibclh Mt
Million's northeast corner", thence south
no-lerli tl) il,aiiis, ihence sontheiisiorli iiiii
chains, thenc-c noiihoitstcih SO chains ui the
west bank of canoe Kner, thenco norihcili
follow ing lhe nest bank oi canoe liner lui
chains to tin poi>u of toiuinciit ement.
Dated the 2nd da\ oi Mai, llui
TAKK NOIICi: 'hul 30 ilnis artei date 1
intend lo lppli to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Winks, for permission to mt and
cam an ai timber from ihe rnllnuni-; de*-
eribed lands situated in 'he cariboo Uistnii
of llritish coliinibia commencing at a posi
planted on the easi bunk of Canoe liner at n
point lGOi liains nortli of the mouth of llouldei
Creek nnd marked " lames HcMalion's north-
HCst'torner', ihunrcciistirli SUchains, thenie
souilierh ldOi luuiu>, ihence nesterh *-n chrins
more or less to the oust bank of I unoo Hher,
tlicnci* norihcili along the cast bank nf C'l��oe
Itner to the point of lomineut emciit
Dated the 2nd din of .Mm, l'llil
-TAKI. NOTICE thiil 10 thus nfler tlato I
intend to appli totheChiu Commissioner of
Lands and Works foi permission to cut and
earn anni timber fuiin ihe tolloiiin*; lies
crihed hinds siltniicil in the null oo Dlstiu [
of llrutsh l o! it in bin t om nil in in-. ��i a posi
lihiiilcd on llio W c-t bunk of I anoe Unci at it
poinl ahoul -UU rei't noi tii of l.hicici nook,
autlmnrked ������ I,    ICnnpp s southeast loruei,'
h'licp nest 80 ehnins; llieiue nortlierli UU
chains, thenie eastern SO uhain mon. or less
to lhe bunk of Canoe lllierj thence rnllouln-r
lhe nestcrli bink of Ci.no*. ltliti lo the pnli.i
of loinmciiccment
Uiiiiil the'2nd din of Mm, inoi
0. KXAl'l'
'I Mil. NOIICr. thai ���!() dins after d.ite- 1
intend 10 lipid! to the t hlef CiuiiiiiUsliiiii r of
Lands nud Works for pcriiilsi-lon io f ut ami
larrvnuiiy Umber from tin* follonln*; iles-
crihetl liiiid.sltiiiitod In the Klg lieml Dlslrltl
ol Wi*��l Isootciiiii lonimeiu Ing nt n pn-t
phinteil on the lunik or llie ( oliiuiblu ltlier,
b.'lueen the nioiith bi WootI Ither nntl Hit
um Uh of ( anoe Ither and marked It f, Wil-
-tin's lioitheast mrucr," thoncc south IWi
clmins, llieiue ue-tSOi-haliis, more or le��s to
llu* Coluinbli liherj llieiue nortlierli, folloii-
uu* the rlier bank, to the point of eoiumence-
Dated this 10th daj of April, 1S01
11  b  WILCOX.
TAICi: NO rid' lhat Ml thus after date I
Inlend to apj.l.i to the c liief Cominissloner of
Lamls and Works for permission to i nt nml
mm awai timbci Irom the follow lug ties
iribcd limns situated In the lllg Uend District
of hast Kootenai comment lug at a post
idaiiled ou the bank of the Columbia Kher,
between the mouth of Wood Hher and the
nioulhol Canoe ltlier, and innr--ctl " I annii*
Hon son's northuist lorner," tlicnccsoulh SO
I'linlns, tlientc cast ir,o clmins; llicnec norili
along the bunk of the Columbia 1th or and n ester! j nlong said bank to tho point of comment e-
iiieut ,
Dated the i-Oth day of April, 1��01
Pbni.TC NOTICE is horeh*- ghon that nt
thecvplrntlon of one month Horn the first
publication of thin notlie the hoad oflUe or
principal ptace of business of the* i.reat
we'tern Mines, l.imitoj Linbiliti. nil! be
rliancmHroin Hoictnokc, it. C to reruns') i,
ll.l.liiiccotiliijpt. -with thc eon'eiit of the
���shareholders and a resolution of the Directors
of lite Cotnpanv.
Dated this Gth day of April 1901. ,
,   ,. ,. , A.H.HOLDK H,
AplO-U. Secretary to tne Companj.
, TAKE NOTIC'I-   that "�� da>!.   after   date   1
intend lo apnli to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands anil Works for permission to cut and
carrj   a��ni    timber from   lhe fol.ot.inr des
cribed lanilsBinialcd iu tho lllg Bond dlstriel
of   Wet   Kooteiiiiii   i-*iiiiiiei)iing at   a  post
planted   about  10U  lards   southwest  of    the*
mouth of ( anoe I'her and  marked "Il.IIoii-
"oii's   souilitast corner j"   thenco    north   1*20
chnl.i��; tbeiiec nest l'.-O c halnsj   thence south*
VS) chains   to the  Columbia  Rlier,   thence.
eaMterlj along the bunk of the Columbia rlier
120 chains more or !e"s to the place of begin
Dated this 30th day of April, 1901.
VVKI. XOI IC P I hu in diisiuloi till .1 in
tend lo ipph to lh Cli'tf (onu ti lunci o
Lmtls nud Woi Ks loi pt i UH---IO i tti cut xxxi
cllil ,i u nl l.inlici liom llu lolloiMug tit si nb
id In nil ���- si I mil id in llio lllg Uentl liisli ict o
Wis, Kootenay Coinnii in m_r it ,l jio-i
pl.nlttl ou tlu ucst h ink of lhe l ohll llu i
inci.il n point one and il h df lllllt s t-l'lho!
the soul huh limit oi Ho id sinneb mil i i wkicl
liilin j\ .lit i sous noi 11 cnsi i ji lit i Hum.
nesttili siu nam, iliciicu-oiillu ill I licliaiiis
thenco en-li'll. v0 chillis lo Un uc-l I ink ti
the I olumlu i  i ti oi ,   Ih'iitc   utjttlnil^   .ilo.i*.
ml liuil*. 12111 li mis lo tht* p nut ol cuiuiiicut c
Jj.ti.id 7t'i "11 n, I'l.ll.
.ItlliN" A> IihliSON.
TAICI. N'OTICI Unit .lihiisnfle-i .UU I in
tend to npph lo lhe O'uel I ot nnisslonei ol
1,'intls mil Woii, |,n pciini���ion lo nil anil
ciiin.iwiti tiinbii Houi tin lii!1ov\ m_r di -ci tl,
ed I mils -iliiiilttl in lht llu- li, ml Di-lutl o
llisl Koo.ciii*, Coitiuieui ,ng til a post mI-uU
li! on Hi.* t i-i, hink ol the I oltiiubi i mei u
lhe ht ui of sin |u l-c I in pul .and unu ketl J) tn
tel    I'olnusons   in,illl in si     eoinc-l Iliinti
noi lb i ��-tiili si) el nuis, i In mo soulh c'i-L.'ih
1211 clllllu*,, Illl Ilci   sOlltll-Mcsll ill   t*u   < ll.l 111- i ���
Lhe bulk oi ll i. t'olnuibi i, nei     Ihc-ntc  inulli
��ii-ltil, aliiiKlhc b uk of lhe Coluiuln i t n u
l-'llih un- lo Hn poinl ol . uiiiiil iiectiinil
lUled lliL2llli ti i\ tit  \lii.l   I'lll
'i'VKr KOI'IC'i; Hul III del*, nftci d.Ui Im
Und lo iiipli lo lht- I hul roiiiini*<sionci o'
I mils antl  Woik*, fm   pL -.on  to l il  in'
.  111! ,ll\ 11  lllllbll ftlllll UlL   folltllMllg llcsMlll
ed  I 'nils -Un Ued   in I In* Hif Hei ,1 i) -h 1.1 of
W t   I    Kooltnaj       t'onmif ncin<  al     i    pusi
lil intcd t n Uu e i-t bmk ul llu- Lolnmbi i mei
at a puiiii   11,11 cli mis smith of  II c -ouUi'ih
liinit of He I un1*. lit lon���'.nj: to Uie IMt-buii
-jiwliciti*   ind   imikcd      S inuiel "lie"1.'  luin-
souili \,L-I toinei      tlienco i.isli ill !_iii h tins
llu uce mn I hi" I \ I'lithiiu-   Ihcin c m s|t i'\ st
cluiu**. lo tin inst Innk nl Lhe ('uliiinhi i int t
IIuiiil  soiithiili    dung lhe eis| bink of Uu
Collllllllll  1IIL1  lulcli un, to llu  Ullci  oi   i.mi
""���il-il lull 11 u, i'),)'
SMIUHIj Jfcll \!IO\".
'I \Ki: VOl U'l, LiU ..1 dn-ariei il lie I ni
lend lei ap.ih (o thc Chiel Coniini*-i uu i o
I mils mil Woiks foi pLii iissicni to nit um
eaiii   mn niiihii ri.im UiL Ii.IIomiiij. ilcscnl
ill   llllll,   SltlllLll    .11   Illl    lilglllllil   Dtsltltl   ol
.1 est   KootLii i\       ( oiiiiiicm ing    i|      i    p,-|
pl inted on Im e i-l bmk ol lhe I olunibii* in, i
it  a pjinl   KiOihiiM- siimh 0f  ||.L  soii'icili
limit   of the Inul- belonging lo llu* p "is'iin
il nilie ire anil in uked ' Tleiiiultii _\|f tl ilinu^
���mi Ui ULst coniei      tliiiic.   e isteih su i h nn-
HiLnco su uh   11,'iilun,    llicnec   msieili    I
buns to llu i.isl bmk ol   Uu t'olumbi i 11\ u
clienco i ottli along Hit* cusl b u k ol Uu Cnlnni
biaitiei lb) chains io lhe im ul ol   eoniiii'ulc
1) iled the l,*-li dn ot-Tili,   IIOI
, lli'NKII.IT.. :iIe_M.\lIO.\*
'J.Mvi: ^0'l ICi: thill ,0 tins afl-1 tl.m I intend to .ippli to the thief Cuuiiiu���uinii of
Luiuls and Wo. ks loi \i, x inisMun lo c ul, antl
l'llil .inaj limbci Cimn iliLrolloiiiiiKclL-.iiL-
od lincls siluaiLd in Lhe* Hur IJenil Ui-iiittol
���Ae-I ICoolinij Conimcneing u i imsl
plinlLd on UiLiii-l hankol the ( uliiinb a mn
at, a point (20 lIiuiis soulh of Hie-oulheili
limit oi the lands belonging lo fit I nisi*----,
sMidicile intl in.u ked ' D .ilclnloshs noi In
iilsI comer, t'iciice etisteih SO ch uns, Uiliicc
su.ilh 1UJ chains Uiliill hcsIliIv bO l.i.iiiis Io
LIil c.csl, hunk ol tho Coliiinb.a inci llicnei
noith along the e 1st biak ol Lhe (.olu.ubia
uiei llileliuiis lo lhe point of LoiniueiiLinicnl
Daled 01 li _M.ii   ]'���)! j
1)  "\rel\"J05Il
Certificate of Improvements
LIST CTIAN inmci il chum, si(nill0 ,���
the I aidcnii .Mining t)l\ isiuu oi West Koole
niu District
Where loentod-   On Lexington Mountain
���lAKL 1S01 ICL that I r. c (.reen.of ^clsoIl,
acting as ngciii loi I \ Magee, V M c li
I) ot, limes liieetlio, I M c I! 10,jl2 ami
I. 1; llu.ehinsnn lice Miuer'sCeitiheali No I!
Io ill, inlonil **i\li dnisfioiii thc dine lu-eof
to appli to UiL Mining UciuiiIli for a teilili
true of improvements, for lhe purpose of
obtaining a Ciow n gitiiu of the aboie claim
\nd further take nonce Hint at non, i.tuicr
section 17 must be loiiimeneed befoic the
issuance of siu h i truncate of i in pi oieinents
Dated Una loth daj of Miuih, iuo I
1 t-- 1-.iu:i:n,
mar 20 2 in iv j,   j.  c;^
Certificate of Improvements
IlIOIfLANp MAKY iiiiiicrnl claim, situate
in the Iiudcaii Mining, Dn islou of 'West
knoteiuii Distil't
y.11,1" .e J'is'"'''1,- �����" T'--."*uigtoii Moiiiiinin
'1 \IsL "lOllCClhall, I c Crcen.of NelMin,
in ting ns agent for lame*. 'I ii'ocilio, 1 Ml,
Ul'i "il2, and J A Magee, lice Miner'*. Ccttili'
iiue, -so ll, i-,,-,%, intend sixti dins from
lhe dntc hereof, loapph to tho Mining ltecortloi
lor a Luriiliiiuc of, impiuieniLiits, tor the
purpose of_obtiliiiiig_ii_Cr"Hu_graui_of- the.
ahoic ilnlni
And furllie** tnki noiice Unit ncKon, umler
��cilicui 17, mist be ion inencetl b. fine the
issiiiuiiLof siuli iLrlilitiue of Imiiroienieiu,
DntLiI this luth dm oi Mar, h 1'kii
I    C   GI!i;i N,
 I'   1,   L
Certificate. of Improvements
IKON IjOLLIM Mluoinl claim slinnte lu
Iho Cardial! Mining 1)1,islou of We,l iconic-
grniuoi nil* nnovc t limn.
And further Inko untieo thnl ni'llon untlci
**cctii n 17, must he i ouinieiuid belurt Uu
Issuance of siu h  tt illllcnin of I nproiouieius
Dated lhis It.th dn; of Mim.li, piui
1 . i". c  i,iu:i:x'.
i*. i, s
Certificate of Improvements
WLD0I CI iat llonal) and II M (1 rncllonnll
Mineral Clnluts, silualo in lhe 'aiiilcnii Mmlii ���
Illusion of Ucsi ktmii nm- District
W here lotatid     On I.i \iii|.ton Mountain
MAki; NOIICI. llmlM I' i.ricn, of Nelson
titling nsngtnlfoi tho Imp mil litiel.ipini.nl
Sjiidicnte, Ijiii.lted, I'iil Minor s (Ji rtlih me
No. II, ,17,211), iniLiid, si\u tin s from Ihi dale
hereof, io lipid, lo the Mining Hccorilcr for
Certiht mis uf Improio'iu nis, ft)r the purpose
of obliilning Croiin grains of ihenbiiu i liiiins
And further take notlic that action undir
Section *)7, must be I'oniincuecil bcfiin- the
issunnieot sin li icililliaius of lmproiunieut*,
Dated this Kith daj of March, 1901.
 1'. L s
Certificate of Improvements
TA A Mineral clnlm, situate in the Lnrdenu
Mining Dnlsion of W est Kootenai Distr 11
Where lorn tod.   On Le-tlngtoii-Mnuntiiin
TAKK Mil ICL Hint I, I* I*, i.reen, of .Nt-ls vi,
acting as agent for IMgar Ilcnj unln lltiuhin
son, Tree Miners Certificate No Jl, I, ,i I
intend, snety dais Irom the date hereof to
nppli to the Mining Uecorder for a 11 ruinate
of linproiemenli,, for thepurpo-e of obtaining
a Croun grant of the aboic i lnitii
And further take notice* that in lion, uiulcr
Sectloii 17, mu-t be commented Ijefore the
issuance of sucli'ccrtillrnteof inipfoienitiita
Dated tbis 10th duj of Mareli 1901.
' F. C. GREEN,
I'. I.. S.3
HON".   J.   II.   tur\*.:r.
Ills gi-nci il'y iiccp|>1(i1 now th i
Mi. Tin in i mil slioitly le-tiic fiou
���iiililic IiIl* iu llu* pidimcr* lo enli'i
upon llu* iusp(iii.ilih> pnsitioii of agem
,'cni'i il hu JJniiah Uuliimlii.t ii
Loniliui. A In ud sketch oC lui p.isi
l'lll'L'1 i i iv not lit* n.iLol pl ict*.      Bin.
itlpSUIlll   III   1'jlRl 11,(1   m   lSJl.llU_L.Ulll
out to II il fix 1111850.111(1 .illei ,t foil
*, tMIS iL'fllU'llLt  i.i    the* 11 u iLiiiig   Pio
i .iKi-s i i.uitiu.(l to BnLish C.ilumlii i i*i
lSlli.  lie w.is.i lucmlit'i of thi; Victim,i
ily ciiuucil fion. 1S7-2 79 .mil in tyoi of
tlii'Lili Im Lliiecyo.tis m 1879, SO aiul
���il       J Ii* w.is i|ipumti>il Lieut   CjoIdiic'I
��� I imlil.ii y in IS70 llu wms I'u-sL ic-
liuiifil   In   the U-gisktliuc>in 1SSC   ,md
i.ti ii'il llu* n.nif t.ihiuct in 1SS7 .is
.'m inn* mu.isloi Uo lit'ltl this position
iii'ilei [Ion A E. 11. D.iiie, Hoi*.. John
Ftolicon ,iiul Hon, Theoiloie Divie ,is,
picni'uis ,nul on the elevation of the
I it let to lhu niilire's licnch m lS03*hi*
lii'c.iuu pieniiei himself .i*id hultl the
pos-lion unlil the elfction ot 1S0S
OiuiU", '.he hi ict anil >toi my pnhtic.il
period is Inch inlet voned hetivpen that
Linif and Lhe 'accession of Hon Ml.
Oiiiitinuu to pon-ci l.isL yeai, Mt.
L'lunei was Lhe lei Denized le ulei of
lhe opposition. --"
'A well iiutlen appiet1. ition of his
pei sou tilt j appealed iu a l ecent i��-mii*
of I he- Fun mee liom the elcvei pen nf
0. II. Caliliiui-, w ho aU'.nded him
lhitm_;h the tam|i.u<;ii ot 'OS. The
iiiitet siys. * Tt does iioL leriuhe le-
tetence lo any'liiogiaphy to esiahlish
Mi. Tin uci-,t-> an Eughshman, il'one
lias an oppoiLunity of inei'ting the
in in himself. lie has lieen, it is ttue.
quite loner enough in lhis deep-lue.ith-
mg weslctn 1 uid to h,t\e lno.idened
ind enlatged his insula! news of men
uid thing*:. huL still at heai L hf is, as
he .ilw ai-, must he, an Eim;li-.h tjentle-
nii'ii. lioklmp; English method:, and
lOaghsh manneis the model foi the
iv in kl ���himself sinceiely loyal to the
old land of his hu th.
The stope and system of Ameiicui
politics has e\ei heen���must eiet he���
fnieign and distasteful to his naluie;
indeed without, dis-coui tesy it may he
said th it politics in the lamih.u sense
ue all a game to which his petsonal
t vstes and t dents do not lead, lie has
tieen hiought u ithin the fascinating influence ot puhlic >lifi*; has had i taste
ot popul ti ity and of power.is a people'-
lepiesenlaLuc, and has continued m
the ha'ness a little and a little longei
last lict .iii-u li om his \ lew point he h.is
���-ecu npe puhlic oppoi tunities deni mil
uig l ei ogmtion. h is haled to toi s.ike a
m cn k half done, and has been fm t ed to
lie.u the utgingo ol his ftien.ls thai in
his npe cNpciieiieo and then le-SDetl
toi him ire hound then hopes foi pi'o-
v inci il development, expansion, and
piospei ily.
His nal mil bent, is not political.
Good books, good pnettv included;
Kiffii law ns and llow'ei*-.; w-oi ks of alt
.mdlhecongenial company of rhosen
li ii nils���llu so .no the associations lu
Mould select. 11 is politics a sense of
d iLy leads him to, they ,ne to him,
base ilwiijs been, n business inloiesl
lo which Irs .'lppietialiou of eiti/.en-
slup ii*spoiiiib;iii.y roucil bun to tle-
vulfhis business ibility injn-Lpie-
cisely tlm same nuin.ioi* a-Teeogiiition
ul his duly lo family |i*id htnis-.lf hae
I ili.'ii him into ihe active field of
hi -ti'i ii coiiuuecial life*. U j., _1,11S it
c.imes I b il u bile he has no doabL made
his mistakes in polities���for who ^has
not ���>--he has nluajs toiniu inik-d
fsletin lot liissinceiity, and lion with
li .v I'lccpticuis the tnuili..ot!- tnat-
nie.il lu* hiinselt invaiialily extends to
llllllM j.
Of Mi*. Tut noi, thc man and gentle
in m, it, may be said he iepn*sents
essentially the i.ue from which he
spt ing : He is a lovei of dean spoil.'
ot hensesand gieen lields, or men and
uomen sound and healthy in body and
nimd, .t man who quietly good-t, Uuied
pikes hut seldom and lakes his liunioi
senoiisly and delibeiatcly, arn-i tbe
Kugli-.li fosluon, niio loves not scandal
���imi will stick by fiieiuU and hate.* In.-
onemies fanly while* tlioioughly���i
nun with w hotn an injui-y innkle-
long but w ho (not feeliiiK himself pm'-
po-C'ly Used imiu-.lly) i��� li^.tlty to
himself is sti tipulously just to erttli
and all opponents.''
The scene-, w hen this tine old gentle
mm   took   leave   of   the  house    last
Monday, in intreidiicins; his thirteenth
hulget, pioved the   kindly  feeling   or
icspect and personal liking with which
ie tsiegaided by his fellow- legislators'
i feeling sh,u oil by.all, ancl Lhey are,
many, with whom he has e.ei come
ui peiaonal tontiact. It is described
by the Piovince in the following
ivotds :
,,Thu scene bectme p linful befoielhs
had foiicliided the few pai.tgiaphs in
wliich he said good-'iye to lus colleagues and to the members. The '
aged mmistet tieinblecl with emotion
and lepealedly had lo stop, his voice
being maitic'iilate while* the pain iviit-
ten on his fate indicated lion keenly
he felt the snapping of the ties which,
have so long hound him to oliicial life
in this pioiuice. and have made him
<mintegi.il pail of lhe administrative
muhmeiy. A     numbei     of    the
niemheis weie as deeply alTccted as
the speakei, for ivhateiet political
opponents he may have, lheie is no one
in the house who has fewer petsonal
enemies than the head of the tieasiiry
depattment. Theie u ere thunders of
applause when at the -conclusion of
his =peeih a.page placed a beautiful
bouquet of loses on his desk,. the gift
of a pohlir.il ppponent, although^ &
peisonal .ulmil er.
It is cm ions to'eontrast this personal -
populaiity of iir. Tinner with the
wild denunciation, which i\ is once so
pievaletiL.-ind of which one can still
hear a belated echo, of what is known
.is vTuineiisni."' What "Tuinetism"-
really vvas.the HEit.vi.D for its part is -,
quite fi ee to confess its ignorance and
we suspect that-quite a number of
at dent pati lots,; who used this bogey
with'gieat petsonal advantage in 'OS,
would themsolves he vastly puzzled, if
called upon to e-cpHi'ii. If by''Tuni-
ensm'' is meant the policy under whicli
dining the yc.its immediately preceding'OS, Kootenay was advancing along
Lhe.lincs of piogiess and, prosperity
by leaps and bounds, then if somebody
will only invent another "ism, exactly
like it he is the veiy man this district
is looking for. We have certainly
known nothing but tiouble and
dopiession since it went out of vogue1
And w e hope befoi c Mi. Tin ner leaves
us foi tho old country he will inoculate
somebody else with the patticular
quality, which goes by this name.
I     ^
1   i
��� Band Stands Promptly Removed.
^���_        -     R-r-Yi-i-STOKE, May_10,-1001._
'lo the Hleliji ���
It is iiimoieil in pi iv ate circles in-
town that a new company of contractors has been roi Hied, composed of
book keepeis, real estate men, hotel
keepers, etc. They ne supposed to
work on the liicrhL shift nnd have it
good en* f.n m isic.   Ter ns easy.
11. Tai'pino,
Card of Thanks.
At.i meeting of Ihe [men quarantined in Ihe City hotel Uie following pie-
amlilc* and lesolutinns \iere adopted,
un uiimously.
Wheieas. Dining our confinment.
we have heen furnished by the otit-
sid" public us well as the hotel with
eveiything that conduces to the com-
foit and] welfaie ol hnuianity, theic-
forcbeit ic-ohed: That onr th.inks
are; due and hei eby om ended to the
geneious people of Revelstoke who so
k*ndly furnished us with interesting
and instructive leading matter, furnishing food foi thought mil infowiu_i-
tion which latei on may be useful,
and be it futther'icsolied:
-That we extend out h-uitfelt thanks
to the Me=sis. Onley I3ios. of tlie City
Hotel, for the timfoim c^m tesy, kindness and geneions tieatment accorded
dining our pi olonge.l stay and would
conscientiously n-commend their hotel
lo the geneial public as bising one
wheie lhey an* made at home and the
best in the house nev *���_ considered too
good and be it fiulhi-t  lesolved :
That a copy of these it-solutions be
published m the lievelstoke Herald
and Mail, also the Feiguson I*, igle:
Jit��.   Sholdice      W.  E. HnlliMMy
J.us. Walkei.        It. V. Clan*.
Fred. I- uvson      Jas. Cln i-tensen
Theo. H.,Cimie Geo. I>.i\i��.
Jas. Uuriis A. A. Jjingston
G. Mclyennon       AV. llav
j  n
Win. McAffe
Tim Ctongh
John Atchison
Fied 1't.innid '
H. F. Biiley
N. Heasley
Percv Gadsden
D J-iyctoft
.Sam I) lie
Dav ison Casl'ea
A. W. Solicit;
H. Waltin
Frank Apitosli
C. P. Rom
-jfc ro
�� *���
* IF Ti
���* ���       ���
+ ���Be sure to take Good  "".Vine-
% The best, is called
fr and kept at the
* Canada-Drug & Book Company, 7.
. ���.+     . KEVELSTOKE %
t.���HllMMH-H- :h-**W'*M*--M-*1****
Cn a ha me"���At Kevelstoke on the )2ib
inst.. tn All*, nml Mi-s.T.'V. G lali.iiiu*
of   Thomson's  Landing, a da ugh ter.
t%jfty *6 AriLc/le^ly't^7iy -//Lot   C^Ho^lA^.
' trtlJyUy.
'tUtTO'     ^^^/Uyfl^r
ttirHAMDB���On Thursday. May Kith,
,-il. Arrowhead, lo .Mr. and .Mrs.
Itiehai-ils a gill.
Notes of News.
��'.('.. Ohipman h-is been appointed |
gold commission at Ka.slo. i
Mrs. tt. Tupping returned from I
l"t:i>-.IV on Thursday evening. I
Mrs. F. O. Di'iper left on Thursday j
morning on a visit In Winnipeg, j
A, .liilm-smi of lhe IIki.ai.ii returned
frum u 11 ip lo the coast yesterday. ;
��� Dr, l.ui'0-ess-, Dentist.
A ca i load of   ChincsL*
uioining's No. '1.
The    Chinese   ronmiissiun   vv
������ill   s'l
Drown   Ulk. ' l1(.ft. in tlio  court house on Weil.u-s.l.iy
was   mi   th.s
A. I.iiL-as has been appuiiited luiiiii.g
recorder at Kaslo.
Mrs. J. McCriim. of  Kamloops,   was
on a visit in Revelsloke lhis week.
R. Green, M. P.  P..   went   through
for home veilfidiiy morning.
The river is rapidly  rising owing lo
the leeent rains and warm weather.
li. C.  to
A. C. Cummins  of  Ferguson
t.-red at the Central Thursday.
Supt. VV. Downie came tip from the
coast tiiis morning and went on south.
���Just in another lot of Ladies' and
Children's rftiavv Hats. C. B. Hume
4: Co.
Mrs. J. Savage came in on tliis morning's No. 2 on n visit to friends in
C. F. Lindmark returned from the
Methodist conference at Nelson on
Screen doors, any size; screen adjustable windows at C. B. Hume & Co.
Prices very low.
R. J. Hutchings of the Great West
Saddlery Co., Calgary, went into the
Lardeau on Friday.
Inspector Wilson of the Pept. of
Education, paid a visit to ihe public-
school on Thursday and Friday.
There is a prospect of two family
residences going up on Second street,
-just east of Gaiden Avenue, in the
near future.
H. Ln Brash ancl H. McDonald,
bridge carpenters, who have . been
working'at Mountain.Ci-eek, registered
at the Central on Thursday.
Bishop Dart has approved of June
ISth and 19th as; the date for the meeting of tlitk synod of _ the diocese of
Kootenay, which meets at Nelson.
Services in St. Peter's church on
Sunday (Sunday after Ascension) will
beafS and 11 a. tn. and 7:30 p.m. as
usual. Rev. C A. Procunier of.ii.-iating.
���Union Boots and Shoes���a big lot
of J. D. King i*c Co.'s bouts in Indie*-,
gent's, children's. Every pair has the
Union Stamp.    C. H. Hume ���."���: Co.
ln a -spirited contested election
Monday at Trout Lake Cily. 1). L.
Clink seemed a place at lhe school
hoar 1. beating the posi master, John
M.-. and Mrs.   Jas.   Pu-.vei    returned
fr.uii .K.-imluiip*-.    where  Mi*.    Power
lias lie*-n spending tin* past lew mouth-** l
with Mr.   .-mil   Mis.   Jo.-,    Power,   uni
--^-Fi-i-la v.-������     =.r-^ = 1
A. 3. Gordon,
Miner's Union at,
town this week.
So far uo  word   has   been
with regard to lhe rales from
tho Bullalo exposition.
W. Mathers, who came up from
Rossland to take in the K. P. Grand
Lodge, went, south this morning.
Kev. C. Lailner of Kamloops, who
preceded .Mr. Woods as pastor of the
Methodist church, has been stationed
here again.
Rev. J. P. Hicks, of Victoria,
Methodist chaplain to His .Majesty's
navy at Ksquimalt. will preach iu the
Methodist church tomorrow.
ttev. S-.I. Thompson, Mrs. Thompson
and Master Douglas returned from
Nelson last night. Mr. Thompson
succeeds Rev. J.A Wood, of Kaslo.and
will teniove thither about the end of
this month.
A largo number of Methodist* ministers arrived trom the soulh on
Thnisdiiy froin attending the Nelson
conference. During their wait here
for the No. 1 they were entertained al
tea hy the meinheis-* of the Methodist
congeegation in town.
The moving picture show, which has
been here this week is really a Hrst
class entertainment and nil who have
seen it are loud in its praise. The
colored moving pictures of Cinderella
are something qiiite"new and are very
attractive. Of its kind the show is a
very high class one. The finest
gramophone ever seen here is a taking
feature of the entertainment.
���Consult XV. 3. Harvey, F.O M.C.I.,
'about those headaches, pains in the
eyes, eyes crossed oi diverged, double
or indestinc-l vision, loss of iiiust-iilai-
power, or any error of refraction, or
Ihe fitting of spectacles that are absolutely correct, and will enable you to
read without an effort at K. M. Alluin's
one day only, Saturday, May 25th.
M. Grady of the St. Leon Hoi
Springs, who has been .in town this
week, left for home this morning, lie
has gut the foiindalion of his new
hotel laid and is calling for tenders-foi-
the. erection of a three storey building
The pipe line to bring the water down
from the springs lo the ho el is two
thirds finished.
Improvements ire the order of the
day on lhe "Avenue." F. McCarty is
having ihe lots around his new
lesidelice enclosed and laid out. J. J.
Porter has planted tiees along tin
sidewalk iu front of his prupi-rl y nm!
II. J. Biinriie has had his'luts fenced
and ,i very handsome verandah
elected around his house.
i.���The-H v.v.a i.ii-underst !inds_._Lliiit_Lhe
I parly, wliich   M,   Pettipieie is to lake
Just   to
These an
hand, the    finest shipment, of   HOYS'   1J LO I JS I'" . 5*. CM Ti
llu* best, make iu Canada nnd don'l. rip anywhere.
Is demanded in the Compounding of
Prescriptions; and oar care and skill
���the results of experience and
training���assure that degree of accuracy. And, in addition, our drugs
are always pure and fresh. Bling
your prescriptions here.
We. have just opened up a  large  range  of  Beautiful  Sateen-Lined
���Vll-AVool Serge and Wursl ered Suits and marked them a way down.
Business Lots from $15.0 Up
Residence Lots $?5 and $100
a*"". "��.\"
agentII JLU l!
. B. 0.
/-���ff*r.i�� ?-i*-��-��gi3*eiarim*TW*iwT��Bm^Tea����wr
McKenzie Ave
f��The difference between rent paying- ancl the Birkbcck plan W
^ of Rent Purchase. ftiv
���Go to Mrs. SI. Tapping forcabbage
Mrs. Ed. Dupont of Kamloops. has
been spending the week ifl town.
H. M. Pirn of the Canadian General
Electric Co. Vancouver, was at work
this morning on the electric striker of
No. > fire hall hell.
H. T. Ceperley, tho .well known
Vancouver insurance 'man, was in
town yesterday in connection with the
fire in the lievelstoke cigar factor}-.
J. Parsons Smith, ex-pugilist, hut
now known as the Canadian Gough
and Prof. J. C.-Miller, teiiorand cornet
soloist, the Gospel Temperance singing
evangelists! will be in Revelstoke on
May 21, _.<) and 27 under the auspices
of the.W. C. T. IT.'
. Messrs. T. V. Twinning and .Sydney
II. Moise, the Orient Tenor, arrived
this inraning froni Vernon where they
gave a couple of nights very siu-ct*sftil
entertainment. They' have loured
England, India. China add Japan and
have, appeared before (he King, the
Viceroy of India, anil Lady Lansdoivn,
Lord y.iniUluust. governor of Buiii-
biy. Lord and I.idy Huvelm-k at
Madras. Loid and I_ady Ridgway in
Ceylon anil his highness thf Nizam of
Hyderabad. They will give a concert
here earlv next week.
��j__5[ Pay $10 or $1.") per month for the
fSi use of somebody else's house fur
���.-j"* 10 years. At the end of lhat
Wr% time the landlord owns the
�����**5 house and money, the lentpayer
KSX has a* package of receipts.
Pay from SSN) to  ,*jiir> p
fur the  use of a home for
years.      At the end of tiiat li-ne* &*1'
you   own  your homo  and
money ever after.
month  y.*-
tell   iys--
l-"or Further iiiiiirmiitio:*. u;>ply to
Gonoral Agents. .
Or to
c. s. r*yjcOA?*Trr*,
5 .-_�� r
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1.1: ii.
MAKjV ���
(Ciuiii'lii l't-Tiniiuciil .'. Western
.       Oiiiiiiilu Moriicni't* Corpnriition.
,fr ���
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SKS^.F-J>^J>*B.lMt*-JJ*-!l*-S*J*lspp.p.s�� 5-^f-F^^>->ll?JP*����*y^>*l>^*-KjjKff^*��^����>��>t>^^#^����a)
( Ltf.iiiuble *'a\'iii*_s Luiin un.t lliillillnt; AHsoclutloti..
IajOTTr*. I Wr*r   C I Imperial Nro.      Ciiiiiruiiin I*ire
lvJ\l   S\ A 1*11   r"   I . C-iii.i.liiiii l-'iiv*      Ciiluiluniiiii l'"l
llsJUn-L^-llVjlv   . {i_.(���ia.tll.r.illiiii l.ilc..      Atlas Kir
(liiiirdiiui Tiro.      Mi-rciintilu rlrc.
v4di_^����-Revelstoke Station.
Liu  Thompson,   of   feigiistui,     >��������� | ;,,, t(, u,*.. canyon to open i.ut the  trail,
liiuu-d from bi.- trip to llu* old cum. try I  %.���   U((l slal.L   ,\\\   Mr.   T ivlor i omes
on Wediie.-ih.yaflernc.on. Hi*, partner, | ,);.(.k   fl.oin   Tl.out  Lake- Cily.    Meanwhile about a   thousand doll.iis worth
} of supplies is waiting to be packed   in,
H. Carter, ha-already arrived iu Ihel
L-iideail from his bonie at .Snohomish. |
��� Now is your chance to have a photo
of your new spring suit, and what
about the baby's photo. Will be ih
studio a few day.-.    K, H. Tiiu'eman.
I. T i.iewster leiuined fiom lhe
Roseliery mine, on Curm-s creek on
Thursday evening. He fmind much
less .itiimv than In; expected, less
by a good deal than theie was this
time last year.
The Eiiipii-ss' tutin froin the coast
came, thiough on Thursday. Among
the pa.-oengei-s were Sir Walter H". -
Iier. the British diplomatic adviser in
China and the Korean minister to
Washington and suite.
��� In connection with Victoria Day
celebrations the* Canadian Pacific will
sell round tickets at rate of fare and
one quarter. Tickets will be on sale
May 2'isl and "Mill, good to return
A number of census enumeratois
from the south, including J. W.
Thomson of the Landing, Chas.
1 "nihild of Comaplix. A. J. Coition of
Ferguson aud Jas. E. Green of Trout
Lake, came up un Thursday lu hand in
their returns*'.
The At Home given by Mrs. Holten
at her lesidem^: on Thursday evening
under the auspices of the Allar Guild
was A very well attended and
--���uccessfill artair. An impromptu musical programme was rendered ..nd the
proceedings wound up with a dance.
���One thousand five hundred persons
in the province of B. C. will testify to
J he benefits deiiv-*d from wearing
-spectacle's prescribed by W.J. Harvey.
the kind. -       -��� ��� __
"In this section about 10,000
of our men will b'e effected, the
district of course, taking in Manhattan, ' Brooklyn and ' Jersey
City. .That, however, -docs not
include' half ' the number of
machinists employed here.",   .
A Washington wire of the
same date says:
In'view of the movement, initiated by the' international
association of machinists for the
establishment. of - a. nine-hour
work clay, _ May...20, President
Gom'pers, of thc American Federation of Labor, called a conference of the officers of thc
organizations - particularly. interested in the machinery trades
of the country, the conference
occurring at the headquarters of
(the American Federation of
Labor in this city yesterday.
Mr. James O'Conncll,   of   the
International       Association       ol
 2_ | Machinists;   Mr.   John    Mulhol-
1 land, ofthe   International   Assc-
Will   Actually   Take   Place   on|ciati0nofAHied Metal Mechanics;
Monday and Will Affect Close"; M r. L. R. Thomas, of tTie'J Pat-
1 tern Makers'- League   of   North
annual. session    of '   the
division of the Order of Railroad
Conductors of North America.-
These knights of_ the puftch,
good fellows all "of .them, . will
combine pleasure with business
and a royal welcome has been
prepared for their formal ..reception.  - ���  ���    *���
Temporarily forgetting rules
and regulations, eliminating
danger signals from their minds,
and witli the idea of making ��� a
run occupying a week, in which
sidetracks and switches are not
to be taken into account, thc
men who during the year cc n-
L-ibute in part to the safety aid
comfort of thousands of people
who avail themselves of railroad transportation, .will" per:"-, t
their organization and be tlie
guests of Minneapolis and Si.
���We are now ready for the new century.    AVe
���   are driving Suits for Uu; benelit of those  who   . . .
want    up-to-date. CLOTHES   at- fair "prices'. "
"   Our ideas are to suit youv ideas.,*   .Our purpose-
is to please, you..    TheNe'v Year is.our opportunity.     XVe   would like-to niako it.-'yours.
Our Spring stock is up-to-date: ' '
Our Prices for Suits range from $18 to $35.
Qur Prises for Trousers range from: $2 to $10.
0". IB- OI^IE]SSlT-vrA.3_>r, .'-iiAcitiiNziK avenue
I.nrge nml Well uiglit-.il
Samplt* 'tiiaius	
Hcntcd hy Hot Air and Klootrie
Bells unci Light In every room,
Free Bus Meets All Trains
l-ion.soiitil.il- Hates ....... -   ���   "-
,101-IN V. PEHKH, Pi.OPKiis'i'oii*     -
NIi'lu   tlrill ito)"i iu I'Minci'litm for tbo Oonvonii'iioe of GncHls
Let"-"eo'iM IS tcVi'ind Station" . ^(g^dfl^��^��,
R     xf
Ls)o l!s_)o
Wake Up
to  say   nothing   of: ininins   men and
olhei-H, who iviint to get in hy trail.
Manager James Cronin of the St.
Eugene mine has returned to Moyie
from Toronto, and states that the
mine anil mill will he started up at
once with a force of, ahont -JOO- men.
The St. Eugene company has a large
contract with a Belgian firm, and it is
the present intention to start the mill
on this run, which will require several
months to complete.
F, McCarty was down to Airowhead
on Wednesday and saw dipt, ("ore
and made: all arrangements for securing the use of a ways at Nakusp for
thi consti ilction of a steamer for the
upper river. The work will commence
as soon as the plans, which aie heing
prepared in Vancouver under Capt.
Troup's Mipervision, airive, and will
hedmehythe C.P.R boat luiilc'ing
crew at Nakusp.
Claude Harris of lhe Slraihconns
was received-at Salmon Arm with a
hearty welcome. A n impromptu
entertainment was got up in .Middle's Hall, at which Mrs. Harris his
mother, was presented with a memo
rial in token of the esteem felt for C.
11 nil is, her lute husband. \i ho si-rved
alonr with his -.on in the c.-ups and
troopei Harris himself was pre-ented
with a ivatih and chain.
The encouragement of the manufacture of Wood Pulp and Paper
promised in the lieutenant-governor's
speech resolved ilsell into a reservation
lo the company meeting erecting a
pulp or paper mill of all water irt-oid-
or privileges for 21 years without
liability to forfeittue except for nonpayment of fees, said  fees  to be  paid
On 600.000 Wage Earners,
Secretary Wilson, of District
13, of tlie National Association of
Machinists, sav-s a New York des-
America, and Mr. E. J. Lynch,
of the Metal Polishers; Buffers,
Platers' and Brass Workers'
union of North America, met and
patch of the 14th was interviewed  ���J-scussecl the  various  phases   ol
the matter and plans  have   been
F. O. M. C. I.     People suffering from ! Iicc(1|.d*lng to lhe schedule in  force at
inv defect of vision will he given a free j th(, {ll|l(, of lhe ..1RIeenient between the
examination   at   K.
Satiirdr.v.-M-iY 25th.
M.    All
nm s- on j L.onij,nriy .jnd the government.
yeslerday concerning the order
sent out Saturday by National
Peesident O'Connell, at Washington, calling a strike of all
machinists throughout the
country on Monday next, unless
all employers signed the agreement for a working day of nine
hours and an increase of 12^
per cent in wages.
"There is little doubt in my
mind," Secretary Wilson said,
"that the strike will actually
take place; but the employers
have until Saturday night to
comply with the terms. That
is thc last working day before
the date set for thc order to go
into cfiect."
"The figures given in the
Washington dispatches are
wrong. They say the strike if it
takes place will effect only 150,-
000 men. On the contrary it
will aflect close to 600.000   men.
"The machinists alone who
will be called out will number
[50,000, but all trades depending upon thc machinists for their
tools will be brought to a standstill.
"An erroneous opinion prevails that the strike will mean
the practical stoppage of all work
on public buildings and great
contracts like the Rapid Transit
sub-way.       It will be nothing of
determined upon so that  a   con
cert of action will be taken on   or
before May 20.
The purpose of thc general
movement is to establish the
nine-hour work day for all engaged in the machinery industry.
The conference will be continued this morning at the headquarters of the American Federation of Labor, when a general
policy will be decided  upon.
is   in
their rcception..and entertainment.
GUV i.Af-Bl'ft'S IN
Watqhqs, CSocks, Etc
. 1844* Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.    ���
Thousands   of  Conductors   Assembled at St. Paul.
A blue trip slip   for a   three
cent fare,
A  buff   trip   slip   for a  five
cent fare,
And a pink trip  slip   for an
eight cent fare
Punch,  brothers,   Punch,
Punch with care:
Punch in the presence of
the passenjairc.
Says the Minneapolis Tribune:
This al one time famous jingle of
words is recalled by thc presence
in the Twin Cities at present of
probably 6,000 delegates and
relatives who have journeyed to
thc Northwest to attend the  28th
The actual business of thc session did not begin until Tuesday,
when Lhe convention was called
to order in the Auditorium, St.
After routine business had
lieen transacted, a public reception was tendered the' visiting
delegates in the same building,
in the evening, and the program
included addresses .by Gov. S. R.
Van Sant, Mayor R. A. Smith,
E. JT. Clarke, Mrs. J. Jf. Moore,
president of the ladies' auxiliary,
Frank P. Sargent, IT. A. Mosc-
ley, secretary of the interstate
commerce commission.
Thc married men of thc order
are a.ssisted in their organization
work by their wives antl an auxiliary branch, membership in
which is limited to them, wil
also devote a portion of each clr.y
during the period of- the convention to business meetings.
Previous to engaging in their
work, lhe members of the auxiliary were tendered a reception
in thc senate chamber of the
state capitol.
One of thc principal matters
to he determined is the choice of
the city at which the convention
a year hence is to be held. A
sharp struggle is now in progress in this respect with Cincinnati, 'Pittsburg, Washington
and Kansas City contending for
the honor; Thc former's representative arc the most energetic
and have opened headquarters
and arc waging a stout battle,    ";
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