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 >?���������  tf\ *y  i  Vol    V.  No   33.  REVELSTOKE. B.C.      WEDNESDAY,   MAY IS, 1901.  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  c,  A. Dh'ect importation <from  Kirkcaldy, Scotland, now in.  The Patterns are Prettier  than ever and the Pricu is  lower. They include a fine  line of Ingrains.  Come  and  Examine, ihem.  Gents'  Ladies'  Children's  Misses'  ,s  s������  "Latest Kew York  ��������� Novelties../  ���������udiiaSSB-L  .We have no  hesitation   in *  stilting   that  we4 have the  prettiest f*i (1 nobbiest lines  ever shown in this ( ity*.  , -  <5X������*2������SS<S>5>S������^^  IS--WHEBE'-WE. SHINE  *GI  ;j.Tlid C. P. R.  I'ltsscngoi*. depart  ,i3 issuing a vci*y__ neat  "..-hooting  We   want   your  Order   for  several reasons.���������  Because  We can save you money.  Because  Wo  can  please  jou- in  quality.  Because ���������  We can ensure you good  service.  9J������jt*j9^ttl^rjt>JKk>jrik>jr^  We intend giving ppecial  attention to FRUIT this  Summer antl will have  them as fast as they upen.  Strawberries and'Cherries  are arriving now.  i ���������  >������<*t--t������i<MiftftM.ft^.ftM.������>.fj������ij**ftft**->-*M  C.B. HUME  &C0  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining" to Railway Men Picked  Up by the Herald.  A liuI box brought t lit* Ni>. 2 in about  .-in Imiii .mil 11 hull' hilt,  ilii.s morning.  W. Kin-.li1, sl.'iii.ni .-i{jjL������i.t nt li.intf,  h.ib l..*i*ii 1 i.tnsit'i-ifil In Pidsbmy, on  Lhe IJ. <V- 1*:.  Chtu-.. I'.igft, telegraph opei.itoi-lll'Il*  IiMi-c'.*. l.i-t-ight, toi* Nolch Hill to  'i-isniiie the duties of operator there.  Y.'hli*i-ii:iyV No. 1 (liil not gel in till  -_!:!'<J o'clock owing lo n muds-fide near*  .St..ni*y On t*k. "���������'"        '*'      ' *-   ���������*���������*���������  The* nmcliinULs .U'u out in Kansas  City.' Tlio strike was precipitated by  the discharge of l'oui* union men.  O. P. R. trattic earnings foi* Uio.  week ending" May 7th, $uU,C0O; same  week lint ye;iv, !j;(i().".,000.  If. Brewster of Kmnloops 1ms . been  appointed' it C. P. 11. telegraph  operator at Vuncouvcr.  A. A. Johnson, who replaces ' ,T. T.  Sullivan," as roadmaster on thc" Rossland branch, has taken up his residence  at Trail.  Bridge Koreninn "McGregor of the.C.  P. R. htit, received orders to go. to  Leanchoil to put in cribs to protect  the line in case of high water.  W. L. "Alatlhews and stall hnve  arrived nt Banff and lhe C.P.R. hotel  will be leopened for the season this  week. ;  Lii'son, Welch Si Slewart have been  declared contractors for the' Lardo  'railway, and have sent up a stall ot  workmen to continence active opci-  ations." - J  -���������.The European -Entertainment' Co.  at thei'pei'.i house, guarantee satisfaction. Four nights beginning tonight. Aduiis-Moii 20c. anil 33c, doois  onen ~.'LX) begin S.3U. .        ' --    -  It is announced that Mr. XV. R.  Baker, executive"oiflcer at Winnipeg,  has been appointed assistant to the  .second vice president of the C. P. R.  with'he.ylquiu'ters in.JMoiiti.-eal.., .  ~J. "Mageo's bridge ci-ew.is at' work'nti  Calamity Curve-between- 'Donald -"and  Beaver, domg*.some pile work which  is being put in with a view' of improving the track at tliis point. - h"  SiW. A. James engineer of the C. P.  R. construction department, .who has  been in charge of tbe construction' of  the. Lardo wharf, has gone .to the  coast with a survey party.  AV. D. Brewster, who was committed for trial at the supreme court at  Nelson, has asked for a speedy trial  and will therefore bo tried at the  coining assizes at Greenwood.  Tho International Association ofAl-  lied   Metal   Mechanics (now name for  bicycle workers) is preparing   to "join  tho   machinists   in the move for nine  hours.'   Twenty-seven    new    unions  ���������were formed thepasl, month.  -  -'' - -v - ������.  -  tmentr  hooting ' and  fisliing map" which will   he  of* g-r'eat  'interest to ..pprlsiu'cn.  ' The' map is ������'  largo.onc_bf.t__.e__ Dominion, and folds  into a small'size which can "-'easily- be  carried , in_the '.pocket.     The   choice  spots whore game'of all-kinds   are   to  be had are indicated.       -    '  T. Holland is in town in connection  with an invention of his. for drawing  drift bolts,- for which he is applying  for a patent." The new tool draws  drift bolts whole and 'thus does away  with the waste of material and time  caused by the presenfmetliods used of  destroying the bolts in some way to  get the timbers apart. Two of the  tools are being made in the C. P. R,  shops hore with a view of 'a test of  their efficiency heing made on the  road.  (ion. Supt. Marpole, Assist. Go;-,.  Supt. Duchesnay and Jjfupt. "W.  Downie came in on Monday's No 2 and  with Supt. Kilpatrick were engaged  on .Monday and Tuesday conferring  with the grievance committee of "the  locomotive, engineers with regard to  the Kootenay schedule. The I'follpw-  ing were the engineers present at. the  conference: H. Creelman, ������������������ Van  couver; S.H. Stringley, Greenwood; E.  J. Hosker", J. Ladner and Alex. Dowd,  Kamloops; J. A. Ryall, -Vancouver  and'J. Callum, Midway.        - ' j  Friday morning an accident occurred on the Crow's Nest Pass railway  near Sparwood to a freight ' train  drawn hy engine No. 094, and- in  charge of Engineer Wardman. Tlie  train came into collision with a snow-  slide and was derailed. The engine  and some of the cars fell over the  embankment into the river. The fireman is injured, but to what extent  could not lie ascertained. " Tlie head  brakeman is missing nnd .his, body is  supposed to be under the engine or  else floated down the river.'; Tho  engineer is uninjured. .   .   ' ;  Annual Convention ofthe Grand  Lodge of B. C.  BIG GATHERING  OF   KNIGHTS  Hard at Work AH Day and -Lots of  Fun In the Evening.���������Supper and  Concert In the Opera House.���������A  Goodly Company and a Pleasant  Evening.  The following are the names of the  olllciiis. representatives, and supreme  lepi'eseiit.ilives attending the Grand  Lodge of the Knights of Pythias,which  met heieyesteulay morning:  Grand-Lodge Officer!-:���������G. C, J. L.  Biown, Kamloops; G.V.C., N. Binns,  Trail; G.P.," 11. Iluffineister, Vancouver; ��������� G. K. of JR. Si S.. E. Pferdner,  Victoiia; "G.-M. of'E.,*"G. "Johnson,  Nanaimo; G. M. at -A., A. Ferguson,  New West minster; G.I.G., C, F. Nelson, New Denver; G.O.G., J. Tli<nii_ -  son, Cumberland.  Gland Lodge Representatives���������Far  West. No. 1, Victoria, T. Gold. XV. P.  Smith.  Wellington, No. 2. Ladysmith, D.  Gi-i ITitlis.  Granville, No. 3, Vancouver, J.  Irvine.  Nanaimo, No. 4, Nanaimo, A, Manifold and H. Beiferel.  Royal No. G, New Westminster, S.  Bulkley.  Rathbone, No. 7, Vancouver, R.  Brooks. - -   -  "��������� Damon. No. S.Extensiou.R. Haddow.  . -Bene.volence No. 11, Cumberland, R.  N. Hudson.  Maple,  No.-  *15,   -Duncan'*., - N. N.  .Whitlden.; '*','  *  Granite."No'  E. P. W.-ixwell  "Vieloiin,   No.   17,-'Victoria,   E  Leeson and E. It. Nathan.  Coldstieain, No.-IS, Vernon, SI. G.  Muller. .     ,V" ..,'-"  Ci usuder, No. 19, Vancouver, J. H.  Simpson.   ���������  Primrose.  No. 20.   Kamloops,   G."T.  Mnlli-iy a'nd K.'McKay.   ' "  " Roshlnnd, "No. 21,   Rnssliind," ,A. G.  Cieehniin.*-  ' New Denver, No. 22, New Denver, G.  Sut-herland.,  |STrHiJ,"*No.;-_5,-;TwUI,*V"-ien. Cumeroii-  uid jrWeuIiiiei'""     " "  New Westminster,  E.  Sandon," G-.    XV.  .Nelson, R. G.Jay  20, Re vei stoke,  J."  '  27,    Kelowna,   J.  Phoenix,.G.   XV.  For the month of April the B._ C.  Copper Co.'s smelter at Greenwood,  treated 11,322tons of ore, an" average  of 377 ton* per day. The smelter  received during April 1,150 tons" of  custom ore, the balance being Mother  Lode ore.  - Sandon;   Nii'.*;24,  Griinetf.  "   . _'  - -  - Nelson,   No.  25,  and L. Scott'.  Gbld Range, N'>,  W. Cross.  Okanag.-in,    No. '  Ooivnton. '        '-."  PhVienix,   No.' 2%  Reinbei-gr-r.      '.   .  Greenwood, No." 29. Greenwood, D.  Smith.   "' -. tv  P.G.C . J. E. Evans, Vancouver.  Supiei.K* ��������� Representatives*,      II.   J.  Anstie,   Vaucnnvci;    X.-   Ackennaii,  New Westminster.  Other visitois belonging to tl-e  Oilier we.e J. D. 'McLaughlin. Siinilon;  Chas. Culver, Sandon; G. F. Peterson,  T'ail; W. Neill, Vernon; A. E." Greenwood, Victoria; John-Thomson, Cumberland; G. II. Maxwell, NewWes!-  miufrtpr;*,. J. Il.*'Simpson, V.mcouvei;  R*"AdIer. Nanaimo.-     i    _  Yesteiday's meeting was addressed  by the Supreme Repiesentatives, who  went in o I be"work done, by the Older  du.ng He past year. Otherwise  business*wa*-. of a louline nature.  * La������*t "nigbt-.i supper ahd concert was  g ven in Tapping's opei.-i house nt  *.\ hiclYover 100 members of the^ older  ii.ul the'i* gue������ts'sat down. The chair  -vas taken, hv.Chancellor Cotiiui indei-  Bui-iidg.'. faced by Vice-Cbaiii-ellor  lint k iind- s.ippoi ted by tbe Grand  Chancellor* ai.d oilier grand lodge  .���������fliceis*. ��������� Mr. Buck was supporled by  'he Supreme R.>|ii'es.'iitatives on hi-.  . Igl.t aiul left. Thiee loin.; table**, wi re  la'd by A". N. Sniilh"*wh6' eateied for  the supper nnd did things np iii*styic  tnd ti the gieat satisfaction and en-  f lyfneiit'Of all piesent. The hall wa.*-  ui.y with bunting and streniiieis, in  wliich and in the menus the red, bin.*  and yellow colois of lhe order were  conspit sous. At every plate was laid a  pretty bultonhole. the compliinent of  Mrs. E. G. Burridge and Mis. J. XV.  Bennett,. The following- .was the  menu ������  MENU.  Raw Oysters  Celery Queen Olives  *    . JOINTS  Sirloin of Beef, Horseradish  i Le_' of Lamb, Mint Sauce  TiirEey.'CruiiVei ry S-tnce  Chicken Ham  VEGETABLES  Cream Potatoes French Peas  .SALADS  Lettuce        - Radish  PICKLE3  Walnut        jMixed Onio'ns  '   - PASTRY  Strawberry Pie      Apple Pie  "Lemon Pie       Pumpkin Pie  FRUITS  Oranges       Bananas       Applei  Kuts       Raisins  Tea Cofree  After the good things of the fenst  had been fully discussed the Chancellor  Commander put lh rough the following  toast list: The King; the President  of the United States; the Supreme  Lodge, responded to by Bros. Anstie  .tnd iAckernian; the Grand Lodge.  Grand Chancellor Brown; Subordinate  Lodges proposed Vice Chancellor  Buck coupled with the name - of  Chancellor Commander Bunidge;  Visiting Lodges. Bros. Evans and  McCriiui; Sister Lodges, W. G. Birney  for L. O. L., R. Gordon for I. O. O. F.,  J. A. Ringer for I. O. F.. B. L'lwson  for Masons. W. G. Watson for -S. O.  E. and L. Scott-for Grand Orient;  Army nnd Navvy"!!. A. Brown; City  of Revelstoke," XV. S. Newman ; the  Press. G. E. Grogan and 13. Campbell :  Our Guests, JJr. Carnitbf-rs; the  Ladies, Bros. Nelson Mayne and  HolTineister; Gold Range Lodge, Bios.  Buck and Bennelt.  The toast list finished, which was  pleasantly divirsified by the very  clever skirt dance given by Miss Irene  McCrtim. which was greatly appreciated. Vice Chancellor Buck was called  to the chair and after an introductory  tide sung   by   the  Knights,   lead   lhe  following address:  ADDRESS OF WELCOME.  Grand Chancellor, Officers and Delegates,  ��������� Gi-and Lodge, ICiiicjlit*. of Pythias.  Brother Knights.���������ll is not my intention  lo keep yon nioto than a lew minutes fiom  the enjoymei l of tliccnteilaininent which  has been provided for you "(by the local  artists wluse names \un will sec on the  programme.  The il.it v v. hich litis been assigned ine  this evening is of a very pleasant nature  and I m.-ij be pardoned, perhaps, if 1 say  it was wilh a measurable dogiee ol pi ale  jr.d gratification thai I-, leu nod I had  bejn selected hy theman.-__.lng committee,  on behalf of Gold Range'Lodge, to I'oi-  n a'ly extend to j on, Sirs,, a most cordial  welcome to oxxr cily, more especially  when we consider th_; worthy motives  that have brought jou IVoni all parts ofoni-  fair province lo assemble, ami deliberate  in convention heie in our midst.    .  Vou. commg here, to review the prosperity that has attended the united elfoits  of our noble order in the past and to adopt  methods of piocedure under which the  success already attained may be continued  and increased in thc future, should have  tho best wishes ol the people of Revelsloke for you are the acci edited- represen-  titives of a society' whose chief aim is to  benefit the individual and family,'and,  through them, society at laige.  In your selection of Revelsloke for  this convention I desire, on behalf of the  brethren here, to lliank and congiatulalc  you, and to assure you lhat your p. esence  at this pai ticular juncture gives us"unalloy-  ed pleasure, ancl we sincerely* trust that  your sessional, deliberations may be ol" a  most amicable nature,-^..odtictivo of last-  ���������ng good aud a v. holusome example* of  unity and fi atei nal clutpty so essential to  the well-being of our beloved oi der.  On the occasion of .your individual  official visit lo our lodge" in March la<;t,  you, Grand Chancellor-jvere good enough  to say kind words about us, and jour  encouraging and instructive remarks were  fully appreciated. Iy think I can safely  assure you.'Sir, thai Gold Range Lodge  will ever strive to give a good account of  itself, knowing full well-that persistent  effort is the key to the 'castle of success.  ;. In conclusion, BiolherKnights, lei me  express a hope that you'- may thorouglilv  enjoy, and profit by,-your "all too brief  sojourn with us so thatjwhen you. return to  your respective homes you will cai-rv with  you pleasant and abiding recollections of  this your first visit lo the aspiring young-  city of Revelstoke.   -, ,'r t,  ���������   Hail! Pythian Knights, all Hail!    *  Let friendship long prevail  And bind us fast ;-4~   -     ���������;������,,   ���������  ,,  May harmony ancl peace     ." ~*  ' Our happiness inc. ease, ~"*"\  And friendship never cease,'  While life doth last..     . .  LIONEL H. BUCK, Vt C.,' Chairman.  ���������i_;Arr!l-?W������mjni������ WiUV_������Uf&-l*Qnflo*i*o/l'nn  tbeL stagejqpened bj-_a dueL^-bbtwoen"  3. ��������� Tayior, violin and L~~"O'Neil  clarionet. There were songs bv Messrs  0'Neil,*-H.- Cook. E. G. Biirridge,.~W.  Windsor,-Dr. Carruthers. "*Dr. Cross,  Bro's McKay and Nelson and J. W.  Bennett, solos on the- clarionet bv L.  O'Neil and'on the piceilo by F.Day,  recitations by F. Day, .7. W. Bennelt  and -B. Lawson, a" mandolin - and  clarionet duet by A. 'E. Kincdid and  L. O'Neil,'a cako walk by Walter and  Hazel Buck, which brought down the  house  and   Jos.    McCrum's   popular  lerpbiehoio.ui presentation of "Coinin  Tbio" th*' Rye." It was a capital  impi oniptu entertainment displaying  an amount of iiiusic.il and other talent  which would he bard to beat. The  evening wound up with tho National  Anthem, three cheeis for Gold Rnigc*  Lodge and I heGiand Lodge and Bio.  McCiiun doing a flip-flap act on lhe  back of a tluiii'with viiiiutions bv Bio.  Mallery whidr brought a splendid  night's amusement to a tiiiunphant  close.  The Grand Lidge has been in session  all day today.  Revelstoke Gun Club.  The second weekly shoot for gold  and silver inediils took place Saturday.  .The electi ic liaps woiked well; Mr  Stonex having given them a thorough  overhauling. Tho competition was a  very keen one as uveiyone was  ai-xiou-j to win the different medals  put up. Thegiounds nre in splendid  shape. Next week the bii lU fall will be  hai lcuved to pi event iiuhit biuls liom  bi enking. -i ,  Mr. R. Upper is coming to the front  wondeifully fust cbnsideiing this is his  liist year as a tegular shooter."  In Class TI Jlr. A. E. Phipps isdoing  well. Yesleiclay was the fiist time  the Class II men shot over the elect, ic  tiaps. They were a little troublesome  to them at first.  Following is the score, 20 biids,  unknown angles:  ��������� *  A. MacDonnell (gold medal)     18  R. Upper (silver medal)     13  J. Guv Barber     13  C. B. Skene     10  -     ��������� CI_.\SS'II.  jv". E. Phipps (gold medal)       S  D. W. Stearninn       7  S. McKay :���������      5  Shootoff Class 1 for silver medal.  Upner  1  Baiber  0  swEr.ivrAKES (5 bird--.).  Upper  5  MacDonnell  3  Stearman *.. .*  2  Phipps. '  2  McKay.....* T 2  Skene ;...'.  2  HE UPPER RIVER  Nominations For Municipal Election.  '_ Tho notn'iri.ition-s for the vacancies  in    the'cily  council   caused, by   the  resignation ' ol   Mayor Kilp-itiick arid  Aid. Newman closed yesteiday al 2 p.  in., when thercity clerk declared.the  -riiiioV*mprgt_*i.lk'i__on <luly,,.nominiitiid -.  ~-l?ui���������...,.3-������..-.\A.-��������� -.. ri,������������������.r,'_\Thl"nl  proprietor, nominated by lt. S. Wilson,'seconded by W.'lfcoiViin.' W\ S.  Newman, loaclm'aster. nominated by  C. B. Hume, seconded hy -It." llowson.  For alderman J or waid one- : M. J.  O'Brien, manufacturer, nominated by  C. B. Hume, seconded by Thos. Lewis.  John McLeod, painter, nominated by  H. J. McSoiley, seconded by .las.  -Mathie,  Ed. Adair Returns From an  Exploring Trip -Round the  Bend.  Ed. Adair and Tom Home returned  from lheir tiip round the Bend on  Fiiday night, Mr, Adair considers  the timber resources of the country  adjoining the river fiom Kinb.isket  Lake down for a considei able distance  below the mouth of C.inoe River to be  very considerable. Tiie course of the  liver lies for the most part in a wide  valley, heavily timbeied ancl of  excellent soil. There are places where  he believes as .high as 100.000 feet  could be cut to the acre and GO per  cent of the logs would hcbeli.ve,  come right down the liver to Revelstoke without chiving. The timber is  pine, spruce, cedar ancl fir, The biggest  is found on the extensive flats in the  south angle between the mouth of  Wood river and -the Columbia!' -But  nil along close to the river are millions  of feet ol first class meichantable timber, particularly- well ' adapted for  handling by a small mill.  S. O. E. B. S.  The Sons of England have changed  their night of meeting to Tuesday and  have secured that night in the lodge  room of thc Revelstoke Lodge, I. O. O.  F'. They are expecting a visit from  the Deputy District, Rev. H. F. Clinton, sometime this month.  New Strike on Nettie L.  Manager Pool came in from Ferguson last night. lie reports that a  fresh strike of ore has been made in  the. south cli'ift on the Nettie L. It  was struck",if tor "going on about lofeet  of what was supposed to be purely  development work to get under the  surface shewing on the Ajax. The  lead exposed is about IS inches wide of  solid shipping ore. - "* -  Skeleton" Found Down the  River.  W__ Mackie,   C.P.R.   track   watch;  ir,an~ while down the ri_yer on Sunday  last found the skeleton of a man "on, a"  b.ir.of-1 be Uvei'-neail.t he_J_moutli^of ;_a  ... .w.i-_i-i,l,i}*li.n(,*,v.s in from the foothill-;  tin tbo west oaiiK   auiiiu, ���������..���������i.ii-i.j.ilj  down. Mr. Mackie did not discover  anything by which the remains could  be identified. Const. Upper, went  down with'him this morning to investigate.  Be sure and get your miner's license  renewed by the 31st. It will save you  a peck ot trouble and, help out the  government, which wants ,to declare  a dividend next year.���������Silvertonia  exS������������������������5)������:������������������5^^ l  FOR THE NEXT FIFTEEN DATS  1 at'  store i  Bourne Bros, having* decided to remove their I  Stores on the corner of Mackenzie Avenue and |  1 First Street we will commence a Big Removal |  I Sale to reduce the stock before moving1.  BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS I  THREE DAYS WORK  Took an Early Californian All  The Way From Starvation to  Affluence.  The following true account is Uken  fiom a description of the fabuloun  strikes of early days in California by  the Placer Herald, published at Auburn, C.il��������� onJimr ith; 1877: "The  i ichest strike made u,,t his countay for  many years, and as rich perhaps a*  wai ever made, we have the pleasure  of recording. A. O. Bell, commonly  called Pike Bell, who with his family  has resided for .unci*.years on Bald  Hill, a few miles nortb*?- Auburn, as  many know is a dau' '"S* prospector.  Though occasionly in;.v al* a strike 'of  some considerable .mp'.owf.ce in the  past he has mauagt'^ ' like  modern   iirn^nnftniic     f.e  s ruragsnengs  res  ing  Hats and Caps  s������  ipSj. EtcB!, Etc.  'ii  most  prospectors, t\ * keep poor.  Last winter, iu particular, he was in  very straightened circumstances, having no money and the .merchnnts  refusing to credit him. He offered bis  horse, worth about $50 for S10, that he  might buy bread for his children.  Failing in his efforts to sacrifice the  horse, he pawned the ring off his wife's  finger to obtain the necessaries of life.  Under such circumstances many would  have given up prospecting and gone at  something that promised more certain  results. Not so, however, with Pike.  Day by day heconlinued his researches  for the glittering tieasure and whether -  the passing day revealed a' color 'or '.  not. his spirits were always jubilant,  apparently kept up by the hope that  seemed never to desert hiin of doing  better on the morrow. At last the  lucky day came. It was about three  weeks ago, when hunting around*.  over the hills, he stiuck his pick" into"  a little mould which < resembled  somewhat in appearance-an ant hill,  and to his delight he unearthed some  pieces of decomposed quartz attached-  to which were "some colors"of. gold.,  Encouraged at this prospect he began  to sink on his new lead and was-re- '  waided by finding more or less gold  at every stage of descent.' Last Saturday he had reached a depth of  about thirty feet and had Uken out  in siiiking������that far rock estimated to  be-"' worth- aCdiitSloOOr^-The "roelCb'SLl  '"o 7**y>---->*-"7".��������������������������� ���������!...-������������������is,    j.,*ll������.     hy.  quartz   miners  decomposed,   he had,  with little effort,   pounded   out _ in   <������,  mortar, enough to pay exBenicS as he_  progressed.    He  lTu"d   hired   men   to "  assist  him in working the  mine, and  on   hist-Monday  morning they  went  to work a-** usual.   The gouge, as we  would call it.  as  it is "too rotten  to be  properly called a ledge, was discovered  by noon   to  have  become  suddently  richer.    In the   afternoon  chunks  of  almost pme gold was taken  out,   and  the decomposed stuff  that  filled the  interstices between the" rocks   was   so  rich in gold that Pike" began  to  wash  it out with a pan.    From three panfuls  washed   Monday  afternoon,    he   obtained   gold   estimated  to   be  worth  betwcei.*)*i4,0C0and 85,000.  That evening he came into town, uud, giving.us  a hint of what he had got, invited  us  to go out and see it. On Tuesday afternoon we visited the mine.   We found  Bell with a pan of gold in   his   hands .  worth $1,000 to S1.500, which heassured  us-all��������� came���������fron,���������one-pun- o������-dirt;���������  "but."' s.iid he, -'if you don't believe it,  I will   wash  another  pan   and show  you."    We (old him   to   wash.     The  pan was sent down in   the  shaft  and  soon returned  filled  with" a   mass of  ���������middy, rocky stuff  that sparkled  all  over with pieces of  gold.     This  was  washed out, and was found to contain  fully as much of ^tlie precious metal,  if not more, than the one he  had just  finished panning when we arrived.   It  was really the greatest sight we ever  saw.. Bell having convinced us of  tha  richness of his   mine   took   us   to  his  house to show us the pi oceeds  of  the  previous day's panning, that we might  be convinced of all he had told ub. The  sight was one   more   easily  imagined  than desciibed.   As we  looked  upon  the pans of gold before us we thought  of A laddin and his lamp, and wondered  if the story had not been suggested by  some such reality  as   was  before  us.  On Wednesday evening Mr. Bell  (it i������  '���������Mr." now since he has lots of gold, it  was "Pike" before), was in town again,  and he informed us that what we saw  was nothing: that he  had   taken   out  $10,000 in three pans lhat day; that be  had taken nut, all told, up to tbat time,  between S30.000 and $35,000, and that  be had an offer and was about to  sell  for $20,000.   When asked bis notion of  selling, he said  he   would get away  with $50,000,   and  that was enough  for him.  *"���������?!  .   i'l-l  -I  -^71  -, A1 "Si  ���������.'M  V-41  !>"i|  M  51  BARGAIN PRICES FOR CASH ONLY I  This will be a Genuine Money-Saving Sale at Ground Floor Prices.  Don't miss this Grand Opportunity to make your Summer purchases.  Latest Mining News.  The Slocan ore shipments  for  the  year total 9,400 tons.  Slocan city division has exported  1743 tons of ore up to date this year.  Owing to the uncertainty about  lead, the Tvanhoe, near Sandon, has  closed down.  Work has already heen resumed on  the Maybe, near Ferguson, whexe  they are driving a 200-foot tunnel.  Sandon mines last week sent out 187  tons of ore. from the Last Chance  American Boy. Reco and Ivanhoe.  The Sunset shipped 20 tons from  Whitewater,  #  -*+> %t\\a lottti\at.  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Ulr**"'  Co  \ c.*m;-\Vf*fVlv Journal "published in the  ini-.iv-i** ol llie railway mOH. mining men unit  Im-in*-* >"'-ii "' lhe Weil. Day- nf publlratinn  W*.*.iiie-.i*������y ami Saturday.  ADVERTRINi! RUM.  Display iul*>.,tl.S0 per Inch; sift-ilf column,  f ��������� i,������r inch v-hen Inserted on title page  li-sal ail*.. 10 pent-i per Inch (nonparicll. llm*  (.ir firM insertion; 5 rents lor each additional  in-erli.-n. I.ocal nolicei 10 cent- per line each  i--.ii*.*. Uirtli, Marriage and ticutli Soiled  free.  M-BSCBIPTIOX t.ates.  Bv mail or farrier, fi per aniiinn; 11.25 '"������������������  ilx 'monih-i, siricily in advance.  OL'K JOB DEPARTMENT.  Is one of ihe best equipped printing offices in  the We������l and prepared to execute all kind*, ol  pruning fn liritola^- style al honc-l prices  ��������� uu* prireto all. No job too lame���������none Im  -mall���������for lis. Mail order*, prompllv aliendeil  io.   <;ive tik a irlal on your next nnler.  io corp.i-.-i*o.*.-iie**-t**-.  W*.   liu lie i-(>rre**i*oii.lciipe on  any jubjeei  ol interest io the general public.    In all .'.nettle txiii* tide naini; oi the uriter  inuM ftceoiii*  ' iany  manuscript,    bin    not  iicce**snrily  i"i  publication.  A.l.lre-* all i-omiiiiinioallon- to 11.'* M.um������i*r  N.tTl* K TO . C-.P.RI---l*ONI>KNT>.  1.���������All |.(irrt"*|*onilein-o inn**l be lej;iM>  \������ i.tten on one "iide of ihe paper nnly.  *..���������c..rrc*<p.������idciii*e containing personal  mailer mii-i be -ii*ii..*.l Willi the pnipt-r uai.ie  i.l the writer.  i,. E..:r.OGAS,  K.litur.  AI KX. l.fCAS,  Travelling Asem.  Wi-dnesdiiy, May 1.11 h, l'-K-'l.  WANTED-  F1UE  PROTECTION.  | council entertain the opinion, as luoi-t |  I certainly some of tho i-atopuyoiv;'  thiUtheii' is*������������������ considerable d'- . ..<>,  li 'tween l*ol.  Tracy's    " ..crepancy  ,,resent eonditi*"'" rernn-l   ���������->������������������   the  ' "owii's "' ������' *,'lt' Pi"*" ,,,ul- ^'v*  , .. view   of  it and that suine-  ..ng should be done  in   the   way   of  adjustment before  Uu*   city lakes tin*  plant over, now is .ihgood linn*  to get  the (lifllculty straightened out as any.  Delay will not help it  at all.      It will  only Inveil delay.      If  the  council intend to insist upon the company doing  tht*  three  or   four  thousand   dollars  worth   of   work   called   for   by    Col.  Tracy's    report,     to   put   the     plant  in    llu;   shape     it.     was     in,      when  he     made     his      report,     last,    year,  before    they   lake   over   the    plant,  ihey had better say so at once.    Thei  we shall  find ont what the compnin  mean   to  do about  it.   There   is  m  object gained  in   waiting fur lhe sah  of tin*debentures before going   into  a  discussion like this whicli may prove ti  protracted and contentious alTair.   T>.  ������lo  so   is  simply   to deliberately add  lelay to   delay,   and   to   render   it   a  certainty   I but   we  shall have   to   go  .-mother   twelve   months   without   an  .idi'ipiate supply of water for fire pn -  lection purposes or in fart against, the  combination of afire in some parts of  the lown and an ordinarily liigh  wind  absolutely without any  protection   at  all.   Tint is just what it amounts tt ',  i*MS  I  I  as  I  I  I  --vp;  **"���������"!  %  6  a*?*'  a****.  M  I  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RESERVED FOR  LEGAL.  J   M; SCOTT II. A., I.T..IS.  I'-iirrlstcr.   Solleltor,    Notary   Puhlic,   Etc.,  .McKenzie A venue, Kevelstoke Station.  Money lo loan.  JJARVEY, M'CAKTK-** A PIKKHAM  llurrl ten-, Solid lor-;, Etc.  Solicitors for In.iierl.il Hank of ('unaria.  Company funds to loan at8 percent.  First Stkkbt, Itevelstoke Station, B. C.  MEDICAL.  [_ W. (JPOH3,  'illco:     Mackenzie Avenue, Revelstoke,B.C.  SURliiSUN TO TIIK C. P. It,  ilealth OlHcer, Citv of Kevelstoke  CHURCHES  X\'u ���������������������������������������������.capi'd frum what  would   have  U-fii a  widespread   ..-onllagration   on  Sunday iimrning l**e.uii.-*o there wa.s no  wind.      If   there had lweu a breeze lo  fan the Haines it would have ln**m   beyond i-iuitriil  liefore  tin-  fire  brigade  ���������-ml to work and with Die, .-ingle, bo.-'  nl iht-ir di.-pos.il   they  i-nuld  .-caicely  evfii   have   prevent.-d   it     -presiding.  The   fault   is   not   the   fault    of   thc  brigade, who were   pruuipllv on hand  a.s .-oon as the alarm wn.- given, but of  the mean*, for  fighting   tin*   flames at  their command.   -The   alarm  system  failed to  work,  the  ���������'electri.:" striker  failed to work until set going by hand  and in   consequence   the   Haines   had  plenty of fcime to get*  a   start.      And  there  can   lie  very  little doubt in the  mind of any pel-son who  was  present  lhat with any thing of a wind blowing  at all from the river they  would  have  gut such a start that not all  the three  hn<e companies in  town   could   have  coped   with    it   under   present    conditions.  -_������������������ -i-ni* city kicks io tne city  council to  lose. no., bu*-. in - A.tovmg -tlii**,   position  of a flairs for the lietter and that with-  <'..-_"delay.     "\Ve have only got a pretence at lire protection.     ".Ve have an  alarm   system,   we   have a   fire   bell  firted with an electric striker, we have  a waterworks   system   and   hydrants  and we have   three hose   companies,  each   supplied    with   a    really     fair  equipment.      It   looks all right but it  doesn't work that way.     The al_,irm  system   does   not   alarm,   except   by  accident,   when   there ' is no   lire, the  .electric striker does not strike,  unless  impelled by hand power,   the   waterworks system was never intended for  tire  protection  purposes and if there  ever occurred a fitv Extensive  enough  to warrant calling .out  all   the   three  hose   companies   there   would not* be   [.i-1-s.-uru enough to go roun.l.  HILL'S FAST AND  FURIOUS RIDE.  GROCERIES,    .  PROVISIONS, Etc.  sts  &mswmm  Revelstoke  BTJ-Pl-Q!      Revelsti  JEiiKJf?).     Station.  Hardware, Etc  3IKTII0DIHT CHUIM.n,  KEVKIJ.TOKE.  l-roachiuB Hcrviees at II a. in. anil 7:30 p. in.  ,la*.s meciliiK ill tlie ol.isi: ol the morning  ervfee. Sablmlh .Sclioolint.] Illl.let:ln-*������ ul3:30  Veekly rruyur Mcetliit; overv Weilnu������lay  ���������vei.lnn at 7:30. The public ure eoriiliilly  uvlled.   Scats free.  Rev. S. J. TitoupriON, Pastor.  ������T. TETKR'S . IIIIIICII, AS0I.K-AN.  Eight.i.m., Holy Kix-harlst; 11 a.m., matins,  ..ltauy and .seriniiii (Holy knchnrM llrm Hun-  lav lu llu* month); 2::io suiiiluv h. IkioI, or  ���������..lill.lrcii'.sncrvl..c: 7:80 Evensong (choral) anil  -.cruum. Holy Pay.*���������The Holy Kueliarlsi la  ���������elel, rated at , a.m. or* a m , as luiniiiiiiceil.  Holy llaiitlsin after Ht ml >y Hnliool ni:i:U.  c a. rHOciiNiKH, Iti'i-tor.  l'KKSHVTKHIAN  C1IUHCII.  Servlfo every Sun.lay at 11 a.m. ami 7:30 p.iu.  o wlileh all are weleomi*. Prayer u.eclinn* at  . p..... every Wc.lnrs.tnv.  Kev. w,.;. Cai.dek, Pastor.  KOMAN CATHOLIC CIll'KCII.  Mass nl ili:.M a. m , on lirst, so.-oii.t ami  .mirth Suniltiys lu the moiilli.  KKV.   FATIlI.lt   TIIAYRR.  SALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting every night In their Hall  HI reel.  in  Front  ^)^^)^)^)(^)^)^)!^)^(^)^)^)^'^)^(^)t^)^)!  THE MOLSONS BANK  1N������. lll.rilK-.TKll  r.V   ACT OI' I-AIILIA-MKNI',   ljili'  Now with regaiil to the fire alarm  -ystem. if it cannot Ih* mail.* to work  Ih'lter than it does, it had lx-ttor Ih*  t.iken down. At present it is more  barn, than g.ujd. Valuabl.*. time, it  lo-t trying to sound an alarm over it.  ll wnul.l Ih*. iiuicker in tin* long run.  if anylnxly di.-covcring a tire knew  llu* nnly thing to do wa.s to make foi  the i ic art*.-L big I m.-1 1 with a r������>|>e on one  ��������������� ml of it. either at the lir.'liall or in ;*  (-l.ui-.-h. an.I j.ull it haiil.  With lvgard to tlie wnifi* .-y.-t.-iii. ii  i- high time that tin- i-nim.-il mail.* up  lheir mind- what j|i.*y intend in iln.  ll i-an a-tonishing thing how .|tii<-kly  with a weekly nie**ting fur tin* d.-.--  |Kit.*h <>f liu.-ine.-s iiimith will glide into  month and nothing dun.* until it i- too  Lit** to do anyiliing. Th' iv i-' no  r.*a.-on f.u- delay. rJ*h<* i*iite]Kiycrs  havf decided to buy tin* Kevelstoke  \\"at'*r. Light <fc Power Co.'s plant.  There is no need to wait until tin*  dehontuit'-- are sold. This is just as  good a time to be* figuring on what  this town had lie.st do to obtain an  adequate water system for lire pro-  te*tion piu-|>ose.s as any. Perhaps litem cut down the specifications of Col.  Tracy's report a jH)ii.t or two. We  may lie able to do this and liorrow  pare of the sum required for the  iii-cessiiry work and pay the bilanci*  out of the profits derived from the  company's plant, when we . get  j-u-ssesaion . of it. Tliis is a matter  <_uite independent of the deal with the  company and which can lie gone into  just as, well this week as six months  hence. -  If again there is any hitch or possibility of a hitch in the purchase of the  plant,   if   for   instanc.'   any   of     the  His'Special Train Was Driven  1823 Miles in Forty-Five  Hours.  St. Paul, April 27.���������Pri'sidenl .l.-i--'. .1  Hill, of the lireat Niiilbcin railway,  arrived here last week on .1 special  train of three c.-iis, wliich had made  lhe run from Sim tth*. a distance ol  1,825 miles, iu tin; remarkibly short  lime of ATt hours and 50 minutes.  The tistril time of limited trains is 00  hours.  The run from Seattle to Spokane was  not attended by any remarkable  ichieveinents, although progress was  iwifi and steady. There were four  cars attached to the train until Spokane was reached. -Actual speedint;  was commenced from .Spokane. The  train flew up and down the Rockies  ind entered a stretch of smooth prairi.  in Eastern Montana. The track -was  in much better condition than ex  nectcd." It so happened that Enginee.  ���������_.iMju.������..t!> ���������<..,   me   uii'iitlle .wheii'-thc  train rushed into the stretch between  Out Bank and Havre. This stretch i*  120 miles long, and President Hill her.  had a run fast enough to suit the mosi  exacting. At. Cut Bank pass-engei  engine No. 09, a new lingers n.achiu.  of high power, was attached  Engineer Olson let the machine go and  the speed indicator in the. president.  cars soon commenced to show somi  remarkable figures. The speed wen:  to70 miles an hour at one spot, then li  SO miles, and did not stop until it hac:  registered 81.0 miles an hour. In tin  'cab Fireman Gardner was obliged t.  sit down in the gangway a!> lu  shovelled the coal into the furnace.  The vibration of the engine was si  great lie could not stand upright. Tin  train, nf course, made this lein.irkablt  time only in spurts. The run through  North Dakota and Minnesota, however, was made at very high speed ani"  when the train pulled into St. Paul ii  was figured out the train had averaged,  nu hiding allTtopsTclelaysTet cTrmpeer  ,.f over 40 miles an hour.  "vVhen Piesideiit Hill alighted from  the train at the Union Station then  were gathered about him more thai  "M) curious Great Northern employes  It is believed that the speed of thi*  11 Hin has never been e.jualled. In 1S!K,  Vicc-Piesident. Kendrick. of the  Xerthern Tacific, made a run from St.  Paul lo Seattle in ���������!."> hours, and thi*-  has lieen lhe record until today.  Mr. Hill says he could have iii.ul>  the run in 10 hoiti's if it, had been  neci'.-s.it'v.  (f������)  (0  HEAD   OFHIGE:  X^CUSTT^.-B^J^Xj  Paid up Capital       -       - .    -       - '"'$2,500,000.  Rest Fund    ----.- . 2,050,000  DIKKUTOUS:.  Win,-Molson Mac phersun. President:    S. Il���������l'-wincr. Vier-Pr.-siileiit  YV. M. lt.iui-av.      Simui-I l-'inley.   '  .1. P. (Jleglinrn.  II. .Marklaiid Molson.       U.-Col. F. <\. Henshaw.  .lames Ki.i.iott, General M'ljiager.  -\ ui'ii'-'ml hauloii*; l������u-hic"*s tn.nsneled.        JnleresL  alloweil at current rate*,.  Oriental Hotel  +*-*+**-t*������lrt***.i'*-M-**M*'l.*****^  Columbia House  Rates:   $1.00 per day..  The You ig Man Got the Job.  Fl. II. Vreeland, the New York railway magnate, recently deliveied at  .iddress to young men, and spnki* verj  i.'inphatically on the <pi.*slion of per  ���������.(.iiiii ma 11 ner and.mt ward appeal a nc-e.  "If you are looking I'or a job and h:iv.  but $21 in the world, spend $20 for a  new suit of clothes. iS'i.Ti) for a pair ol  -.hoes, SO cents for a haircut and ihave.  Then walk where that job is ami asl*  I'or it like a in-in." On the day following the delivery of this .-'ddri'ss, 5.1V**  the New York Cninmeicial Ad vei tis.-i*.  isprtice looking young innn walke..  into Mr. Vreeland's oflii-e. "Plrasi  ;ive lhis card to the pie-si.ler.t." In  -aid. Mr. Vreeland looked ut the can  .vhen it i cached him and rend th.  loll.living message-: "I have paid $21  for this suit of clothes, ii'.l.'il) for n pai.  >f shoes and 50 cents for a hair cut nnii  ���������.have. 1 have walked fro... Hnrlem.  I would liku it job as conductor on  yonr railroad."   He got it.  The Revelstoke Herald has changi d  ���������iiananeinetu and added to its headint;  "And Railway Men's Join mil." A.  Johnson is managing director, G. E  Gr. gin. editor and Alex. Luca*-,  i.avelling agent. The Herald mill  Rtilway Men's Journal announces tha!  ��������� t will devote a large portion of its  -pace to railway men mi the C. J'. K..  Crow's Nest and Columbia and  Southern railways. There i*. no class  <>f men better deserving of support  than the railway men of thc west.--  Voice,  Good accommodation.- A good Bar,  well supplied with  Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars'.-.  +  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  * -.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ****************************  Free Bus JVl������������ts All-Trains.  *  fr  fr  fr  fr.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr ���������  fr  'fr  . *"  *  *  *  ��������� ������  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WiNES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large,  Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop.  Revelstoke  Steam  Laundry  Notice of Dissolution  of Partnership  NOTICR IS UKREIW GIVEN thai  the partnership heretofore, existine  between the undersigned under tin*  name of the Kevelstoke Cigar jManti-  facturing Company carrying on .laisi-  lies1*; us cigar nianiifaeturers al. lievelstoke,' I..(..,'hiiK this day been dissolved  by mutual consent. The liabilities ol  the lute partnership will be paid hy tin  continuing partners, ��������� John F. Harri-  and James K. Harris and all aceounl.*  due the late firm are to be paid to th.  .same persons.  Dated this 25th dav of April, A. D..  1001.'  Witness ' *  Geo IS. Mc'Caiitku, J  A. V. STEWART  " J. F. HARRIS.  J. E. HARRIS.  By his Attorney,  N J. F. HARRIS  Brown & G-uerin rPf ops.  ''-Si  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MUTTON.     _SAUSAGE._  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  - - *  rmmmmmmmmmi  BEDRAGGLED SKIRTS  This isjlmril weather on those beautiful*  while skirts: inuke.s them dirty all"  aron.iil the buttoiii���������io you'd not want-  to wiiili ll.em youraelf. ' -    -  Wc want  them   for  you,   though.  We wnnt   to   make   them  clean   and  hrixliL anil trei.li.      We make all linen -.  look fresh and sweet. ,  FAYETTE BUKER.  OPALINE, TREATMENT.  Self* Home   Treatment   for   Ladles.  I will send free wilh lull Instructions some  of thin simple prupiirntion lor .the cure i*I  Sencorrlirp-L. Ulceration, IViKi'lut'cmeiilnntt all  Female trouble*, lo oil ladies i-endlng address  lo MUS. .1.0 IjEK, 1.ranch Munnuer, ueui  .East Italh*.ay Signal, Kevvlitoke Station.  May 11���������am  Heit Uose Degree meets .-.eeonil ami r.mrtU  Krl.lays of each moiitl.;   White Hose  Degree  meets Ilrst Friday of each month,In Oil.lfell.iwn'  Hull.   Visiting brethren weli-onic.  '.V.M. WATSON. 11Y. lilnVAUP*?.  President. .        Secretary.  Pan-American Exposition  Buffalo, N. Y-, U. S. A., May to  November, 1901.  ODDFELLOWS DAYS, JUNE 26-27  To all llie I.ckIiec<< of the I.O. O. F.  UiriHUjhont tliu world��������� .  GREKTINU : *      - - "  Yon arc beroby  unite with tlie va*<t arm  fraternally   requested   to"               t army of Odd Fellow's in  making   "Odd   Fellows*   Days"   at  the   Pun  AJGLQQD.  NAME....  t   I*s "b^uer tlian richc*   Wo hnve ihe nan.*, ol maWini;  the only rit-vlNh-Siiii.s In Tow n  ��������� for duramlity aud 'juality  they 11.U0 cxrel"  .TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  mmmm*  _ ^SPRIMGiand,^0MMER_|4  ii  w������3  B  m  Millinery |   |  The Latest and Most  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  Madison    Millinery .Parlors.  .���������y%  *SL*j  rv?:  ���������t-S  ^> Misses Shepard &*Bell gg  MrKciiil* Avemif      o.''_n      ^j?  AN. SMITE  - ..   . UAKKR.  CONFECTIONER _.  and caterer Klo.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  ORAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  o..*r.     ff^..  >-3*5?'">5-?  m/0mm,mw������������wB  m  m  w  Maracaibo  Chocolates  A   l*-l:li.-II  STOCK   lit*'  l.nNri.CTIONS  Ju*-loj*cm*d  Baby's Own  Cough Syrup  A prompt relief for Cronpy ronjsh������"  25C .A. BOTTLE  FIELD & BEWS  finijr*;i*.l*! nnd J tAtioi**_r_\  Tri.ki*i.ose IS. Iirown Hlocl.-  1 ������^.**&&'*m^m~*0**4fr^  1 _ - :i  \Z PATRONIZE.  '2 HO.ME INDUSTRY  ANTi SMOKE.  Our Special  and Union  Cigars  UNION LABOR  KBVJ-.r,STOKB CIGAR  aVFG.  COMPANY,*  i   Hevelmolte Station.  4������*JT*4t4**'������*4'*4r*44(at(t(**+*-&*  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. tt. Paget, Prop.  Prompt dclivrry of pftr-nel*. bn^KRt*r etr-  to any part of thc i-ity  Any Kind of Transferring:  Undertaken  All orders left nt ]:. M. Smythe'.*. Totrntro.  Store, or tiy Tclephoui- So. 7 will receive prompt!  ntti-Titlon.  R. HOWSON & COT.  Undertaking:  AMD  Embalming.  Retail dealers in Furniture  MACKENZIE AVE.  Mail oi'tlers promptly an.l carefully  attended to  P. O. R..x  l'.l'l.  Revelstoke, B.G  A.ncrii'iin E\|i. s.u. n memorable in the annal.*-  ������f onr beloved order, aud to that end wc  extend tu the members ol your lodge a cordial  Invitation to In* present on IhiH occasion.  On June -JIV-J" ������������ antiei|iaie the pleasure of  meeting'and **re������*tliin Grand Sire Cable, tin*  .irttn.i .Minitrr and ..rand ofllcer*. of each Grand  Lodi'i* .liir!Hdl...ion ihoronghont the world, av  well a*, many of tne members of yonr lodge.    -  ll. iirder tlint every Odd Fellow and Ketwkal.  -may liu Informed ol the tooxi intentions of thi;  Bimalo Odd Follows, we respectfully request.  *.o'ii t. have this <*ard and the enclosed letter'  printed ln">onr daily and weekly  newspapers.  Kraornallyyours, - ,  -1.0 O. F. I.AN AMERICAN- COMMITTEE.  '.  To^all lhe Lodges ot the 1.0. O. F. . '   '  ".. *-   Thrm.ghont thc world���������  "GREETING :     '       ' * * ������������������ v;. "t- -=---1=5  Thc Pan-American Exnonltion wtll be held  In the City ol: Buffalo, N. V-, V. S.A., Irom  May 1st to Nov. 1st, 1901.  The  Oddfellows    ol    Buffalo,  desiring    to  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstok?, B. C.  Moots evpi'V W.'iliicRiliiy in  Oililfcllows' Hull al S..'flock"  Vi--.ilii.f7 Knights invited.  E. G. BunniDCu... C. V.    ::::::  :   : F. W. Mackiniiot, K. of It. & H.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Kegular.'meetings "arc held in th������  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 p.m sharp.  Visiting brethren rnrdlallv Invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  ,   W.U.-UK.N1-.1. Ktc.-Sce.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  ,    AND ASSAYER..  lloyal School of Mines, London.    Seven vears  at   Morfa   Works,- Swamca.-   17   years  Chief  Chemist  to Wigan'Coal and Iron Co.,  Ijnr.  t.atc <:liemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon  Revelstoke,-B.C.  EDWARD A. HAGGEN,  Mining Enginker,  Member \mcrlean Institute Mining Engineers  Member Canadian Mining Institute.  KEVELSTOKE. B.C.  Examination of and reports on Mineral prop,  erlies a specialty. -  H.EDWARDS  ; TAXIDERMIST.  Di-ER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  -    Furs Cleaned and Repaired.  LOVEIUNG'S OLD STAND     :    Second Street  HOUSE TO RENT.  Large House near  Hallway Station.   Apply  to Harvey, Mcuarter & Pinkham.  RESIDENCE FOR SALE.  Residence of Mrs. J. D. Graham,-Second St.,  W'st." ./pply "to Harvey,..MeCarter -Si  Plnkha-a.;. ���������   ,.-.*.-. ,.'��������� i** .*','.t:.*-*-���������'/ m.8-tf  cscmplify tlio teachings of our grand order-  that of extending an-honorable" reception-;  fraternal greeting and generous hospitality to  H.O. PARSON  ~<v>-  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  onr brethern trom ���������strange cities and distant  states"���������have opened an; Oddfellows' Headquarters at 21-t Elllent Square; Buffalo, where  books of registry will be kept,, and competent  articBcnnitnntly in charge to give (free oil  cost) reliable information to thc visiting Odd-!  fellow, his'family and friends, sojourning In"  onr city, and where one may-be directed to  clean and respectable hotels, boarding or'  private houses-  Visitors are at liberty to have telegrams and  mail addressed 10 ll.em In care of said head-  fiuartcr-*.    A reliable guide, wilh maps of Die cily an.l  Expositien ti.01111.ls, will be 011 sale for Uie  convenience of vi-dlini: brethren.  Vour members vl-ill.11; Buffalo during Hie  Exposition are cordially Invited to call at  I. (). O. F. Headquarters that wc may have lhe  pleasure������f meeting.mil greeting you. and aiding you as much ax we arc able along the lines  indicated.  Thc Secretary ot yonr Lodge Is requested to  read Hits communicailon at several meetings  that a:I of your members may become familiar  with the good intentions of your brethren in  Buffalo.  It will lie an advantage for each brother and  sisler to present an ofllelal receipt or other  means of Identification,  Hoping wc may have the of meeting many  of the members of your Lodge during the  coining summer, we remain.  Yours in F L. and T.  THE I. 0.0. F. PAN-AMERICAN COMMITTEE  REVELSTOKE  WATER LIGHT & POWER CO  1TOTICB.      ,,  Parties are cautioued" against using the  company's water for lawns and gardens without first obtaining a hose permit.  II. FLOYD, Secretary.  May 11th. 1901.  Jas. I. Woodrow  "BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Seasou....  All orden promptly rilled.  SSBSSSS. RBYBIi550HB,B.(5.  fl  ,11  I  I  I  lh  W  nl  A  iw  I  'i  ���������1  tth  eityoMeyeia^ke  Public Notice is hereby given to the elector.*,  olthe city of KevtlslokP that I require the  presence ol the said elc-tors at mv ulllce. in  thc cily nl Revelstoke. on the Mth ilay ol Mav, ���������  19U1, ut 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of  electing one alderman tn represent Ward  Number One in the Municipal council and lop  the purpose of electing a Mayor for the said  city of Revelstoke.  1 he candidate shall bo nominated in wrltlnsr  ���������the writing shall be subscribed by two  voters ol the municipality as proposer and  seconder, and shall be delivered to tbe returning officer at any time between the date of this  notice and2 p.m., of tho day ol nomination;  and in the event* of a poll being necessary,  sneh poll will be opened In eontormlty to law  011 the 17th day ot May, 1901, at Tapping's  Opera House, Second street, in the city ol  Rcvel-.tokc, and kept open between the hour of  eight In lhe forenoon and tho hour ol four in  the afternoon, for taking apd recording tho  votes of the electors for said Ward Number -  One for Aldermen and of the Electors at largo  for the office of Mayor, of whicli every parson  is hereby required to take notice vmx% govern,  himself accordingly.  The persons qmlifled to be noKlinatod an4  elected as Mayur for said city sjiajl be such  persons as aro male British subjects of thc lull  A eof 21 years and are not disqualified under  ^  any law and have been for six months next  preceding tho day of nomination the registered  owner, in the ��������� and Registry Office, bi land or  r. a' property In the city of the assessed value,  on the last municipal assessment roll, of One  Thousand Dollars, or more, oyer and Above any  registered incumbrance or ohargo. and whQ  are otherwise qualified ������s municipal voters.  The persons qualified to bo nominated and  elected as an Alderman (or said Number One  Ward, ol said city, shall be snch persons as are  " '      "ijec���������'-'    "���������-"  male British subjects of the lull age of twenty-  one years and are not disqualified under any  law and have been for the six months next  preceding the day of nomination thc registered  owner, in the Land Registry Office, of land or  real property In tbe city of the assessed value,  on the last municipal assessment roll of Five  Hundred Dollars, or more, over and above any  registered Incumbrance, or charge, and who  are otherwise Qualified as municipal voters.  Every candidate nominated ������b������Tl signify by  a writing aoooropanying the nomination paper  his consent to such nomination, oxcop tin case  such person be absent from the municipality  when such absence shall be stated in the  nomination paper.  Every candidate nominated shall on or  before the hour of two p.m, of the d&y'ol  nomination furnish the returning officer with  a statement In writing, specifying the Und or  real properly upon which he qualifies.  Given under my hand at Revelstoke this 10th.  day of May, 1901.  CHARLES EE8KINE SHAW,  City Clerk,  maaaf \  NOTICE.  i  li  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  TAKE NOTICK that 30 days nf top date I intend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works forpurmiiwlon to cut and  carry away timber from the followlp* described lands situated in the Bis Uend Uistrlct of  West Kootenay: Commencing nt. a post  planted on the west bunk of Uio Columbia  river about lit) chains south ot tho mouth of  Seymour creek and marked "Janu h Anderson h  north-cast corner"; thonce wcutovly M) chaina;  Ihoncc southerly 120 chains: thtsmce easterly S>  chains to the wont bank of the Columbia river;  thence northerly alonif mid west bank 120  chains to the point of commonovment.  DaUdt.ll. day. ������������������*JAME3 ANDKUSON.  NOTICE  Takes a place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province.   Its mining, telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources and presented,  to the reader in attractive shape.   As the local  paper of such an important Railway Centre, its  attention has   always  been  drawn to Railway  matters, and recently it has definitely taken up  the task of forming itself into a vehicle of railway  news in which railway employes all over British  Columbia and Alberta will fihcUthe news of the  Great Railway System to which they belong, and  of personal and the happenings affecting themselves and their fellow employes.1- THE HERALD  has long enjoyed the largest circulation of any  paper  published in the district,  which is now  rapidly increasing among the Railway Men East,  West and South.   It is hardly necessary to point  out to any shrewd businessman }the advantages  which it thus offers as an advertising medium  throughout the entire field which it covers.   ___.___^_________,________________________________^___^_____^_____________B___^__-i......MWBM>MMMi aammaaawaaaamm M^^w........������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  Subscription $2.00 Per Anuum  *    $1.25 FOR SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICK that SO days after date I lu-  tend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to cut nnd  carry away timber from tho followlnir described lands situated in the Ms Bend District of  West Kootcnuy: Commencing m ������ post  planted on the west faankof the Columbia  river at a point one and a half milesisouth of  the southerly llinitof Boyd's ranch and markod  ���������John Andcntoii'ii north-east corner ; thence  westerly BO chatax; thence southerly 120 chains;  thenco easterly M) chains to the west bank of  the Columbia river; thence northerly along  said bank 120 chains to the point of commence-  n ent.  Dated 7th May. 1801.   jQm ANDKRSON.  TAKE NOTICK that 80 days alter date I  Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for perm union to cut and  carry away timber Irom the following des-  ������ib?d lands situated In the llie Bend district  if West Kootenay: crmraeiu-lng at a post  planted about IW yards southwest of tliu  mouth of CauooRver aiiil,.-.narked "K.llo'v-  Son's bOutheaHt comer;" thence north ISO  Jhilns; thenw west 11M eliatuai thenco south  5-si i-hainu to the Columbia River; tuenec  lasterly along the bank ol tt.e ^'"e'^bcLh.'-  MO chain* more or less to the place ol: Ocgin-  ' Dated this SOth day of APrIl, ^jowsoN.  TO  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICE that SO days after date I In* I  tend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of I  Lands and "VVorkn-for pcrmliwlon to cat and  carry away timber from tho followli.ir de-crlb-  od lands situated in the Bin Bend District of  East Kootonay:    Commencing ut a post planted on the east bank of tho Columbia riyor ut  the head of Surprise Itaplds and marked "Daniel   Itoblnson'H  north-west    comer ;    thenee  north-ciisterly 80 chains; thence south-easterly .  12) Jlmlns; thenee Mouth-westerly 80 chains to  the lutnk of the Columbia river; thenco north-  wc-ftcrly along tho bnnk of the Columbia rlveir-  Vixt chains to tlie point of commencement.  Dated the ������.th day ^^������%nOlBaS.  NOTICE  frktrv  NOTICE  thot 30  days  after date I  bs&jmK ts sa.K������s -".a  _aS5J thebank ol the Columbia Itiverand west-  ������l^toi.VSd bank to tho point ol commence-  ment. ,  Dated the SOth day of April, 1901..::  FANNIE' HOYVSON.  NOTICE  NOTICE.  ��������� TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after date I to-'  tend to apply to the Chief CommissionereC  Lands and Works for permission to eut and  carry away timber from tho following dciici������-  cd lands ultuatel in the Big Bend District ���������<  West Kootenay: Commencing at a poet  planted on tho coat bank of the Columbia river  at a point 160 chains south of the southerly  limit of the lands belonging to the PlttabWK  Syndicate and marked " Samuel McMiiIhhi h  south-west comer": thence easterly 80 chains;  thence northe-ly 180 chains; thenco westerly 8l������  chains to the ca������t bank of the Columbia river;  thence southerly along tho 'cast hank of the  Columbia river 160 chaiui. to the place of commencement.  TAKE NOTICK that":lio days after date I  Intend to apply to tlie Chief Wn������W��������������� ������{  lands and (Vorks for permlsslon to ent and  n.rrv awav timber from tho following upa-  ������ib?d'C3s ritUed in tho Big Bond iflswlot  of West Kooteoay: commencing at a post  planted on thc bank "t the V������iVi?lr \nd thi  '"Sated thia 30th day "'.'^'������������������^.'-.viLSON.  JUST FOR FUN.  A Fake Strike of Tdegrath  Operators Ordered on the  Santa Fe.  "This strike of the operators on the  SwitnFe," said un old telegrapher,  "loiiiiiids ine of the fetrike which took  place in 1801. I hud been down m  Texas, aud by easy stages waa working  back toward this city and was in St.  Louis when I met Hamsey. I forget  Ramsey's first name. He was a good  fellow. I knew him when he used to  work on the L. ami N.. and then heard  he had quit lo fitudy law. At that  time he was practicing law ��������������������������� ���������Bt J*_  Louis, a city on the  map   '"* "  lhe river from St. Louis,  the head of the O. B. T. *  ���������He was a little fellow., full   of grit  and a good talker.   The boys put Imn      in at tho head liec.iuse he wns a lawyer  of tho9e  and   it  was thought best to do things  ^^ a|]  according to Hoyle in theorganii-iition.  Like everybody else that comes out of  Texas after a si. ge of it 1 was anxious  to get back to God's country and spend  the   balance   of   my  ill-gotten    gains  among the people of my birth.   When  I met Ramsey he asked me if I waa an  O R. T. man and I told him I was.  H������  told mi! there was liable to be a strike  on the Santa Found asked mc to stay  about for a few days.   You can always  4  4  A  BUREAU  and  across  Ramsey wm  Dated 6th May, 1901  SAMUKL McMAHON.  NOTIOE.  NOTICE  TA2E NOTICE lhat SO days after date I  intend to at Ply S> tho Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Vorks for permission to cut and  carrv iwav timber from the foi owing des-  ������ibedtarn& situated in the cariboo ^strict  nr nritiTh n.liimbia: commencing at a pott  p anted'oaule'west' bank of Canoe' Wverat ������  nolnt about 200 feet north of Glacier l.retK.  SndmSrk^S " Q--Knapp's southeast corner-  thrnco we������* 80 chains;.thenee northerly iw  phuiim* th-Mcc cB-btcrlv 80 chains more or less  Sth"Vnte!K5.noe liiver.thence oUowing  the westerly hank oiCanoo Itivor.to the point  of eommonceeMcnt. '  Dated thu Aad day of May, 1901.  use a strange face in a strike and I was  new deck, so far  Chicago  was  con-  few  a Eodn card in a  us St. Louis or  cerned. .  ������������������We were about St. Louis for a  days shaping things, and Ramsey was  having conferences with persons in the  offices of lhe company.   A cipher had  heen arranged so that when the time  came  and   it went  out over the line  ^erybody could quit.   Eveiy man  the  order   knew   the signal  either    for     it  I  TAKE NOTICK that 30 days after date I intend to apply to tlie Chief Commissioner of  1-andB and Works for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the following described lauds situated in tho Dig Bend District of  West Kootenay: Commencing at a post  planted on the east bank of the Columbia river  at a point 160 chains south of the southerly  limit of the lands belonging to thc Pittsburg  Syndicate and marked " Henrietta McMahon s  north-west corner"; thence easterly 80 chs ins:  thi.nee south 160 chains; thence  -westerly SO  G. KNAI'P.  in  and was  or    som*  If OTICE  TAKE NOTICE Chat 30 days txller date 1  Jntendto aD9ly U)i5������e Chief Commissioner of  "^ndiand Work? ttr' permission to cut and  *������������?.?.!.?-_��������� ������mbcr i-rom lhe following de-  SuSManf. ShISU to the ������������iboo W"jjrt  of British Columbia: -^"ne^S ������, a P���������  planted on the e^t baa* of Car^ Kiver. at a  SiSSSlSBJefSSSt-a the'firiuinbirriver-i   S5^������gS?SfflSSSS  h^������e^^^  ���������   ' JjVM'ES SfOIAIION.  clay of MayVWOl.  HENItllSTTA McMAHON.  NOTICE.  It takes a foremost place inlthe race for prominence and popularity with business houses and  as a consequence does more business w;ith those  requiring Printed Stationery: a,ndLoffice supplies  than any other Printing Establishment;m Eastern British Columbia. , The class\ of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of the  !kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries.  TAKE NOTICK tl at 30 days afterdate I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  tand*** nnd works for���������permis8ion to cut and  carry away timber from the following described londs situated in the Big Bend District of  West Kootenay: Commencing at a nost  iilimted on the east bank of the Columbia rlvor  at a point 320 chains south-of the i-outherly  limit of tho lands belonging to the Pittsburg  syndicate and marked ,TD. Mcintosh h nort.1 -  west corner; thence easterly 80 chains; thence  south 100 chains: thence -westerly 80 chains to  the east bank ot the Columbia river; thence  north along the east bank of tho Columbia  river 160 chains to the point of commencement,  Dated 6th M������y. 1801. R MclNTO8H.  JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTIOE.  LA8T   CHANCE  mineral claim, situate in  the Lardeau Mining Division of West Kootenay District. ,L- - ....  -.Where located:   On Lexington Mountain. _  TAKE NOTICE that I.F. C. Green, of Nelson,  acting as agent for J.;A. Magee, F. M. C. B  15,f3fi; JamSa Tweedie.1" F. M. U., B 15.5K. and  E U. Hu:chlnson Free Miner's Certificate No. M,  15 513, intend, sixty days from the date* hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certin-  oate of improvements, for the purpose.,of  obtaining a Crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37,   must be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of Improvements. .  Dated this 16th day of March. 1-������L  ���������  F. C. uKjCKNi .  "mar 20-2 tn w - P. L. ������.  NOTICE  and Works tor permission*to cut and cam-  awav limber from the following described  fends seated ln the cariboo DUtrlet 01[British  l co'umbla. cammencltig at a POkt .������**u>������s" ������H  The west bank of canoe Si ver at Jfce r���������"0������t,,M^  ' Olacier creek, -and  markog ^'\fci������tabetu   mt  I Mahon's norieast Conner-''; thence south  "wJste?lvl������ ������SSa;; tSSnie seuthoasterly 160  chainV-^i.en������S3'l)hcastcrly80 chains to tl c  S.-esrbank��������� ifi���������ee River; thenee nOTthorgr  iollowlng the. went bank of canoe Blver 3������i  SfiliS to the, ���������jam.* commencement.  Dated theiaad-AB-T-of May, 1901. .  ELIZABETH McMAHON.  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and all work entrusted to THE HERALD^is  hap died by experienced workmen .^rho ^orqugiUy  understand the propor use of the material at their  disposal. THE HERALD does hot claim to be the  whriv ^rin������in&-linnse^in-the-distriet- but-it^aoes  IfOTICiE  ind Works  for permlisien to cut and. carry  Columbia:    commencing at a post planted, ������-t  SSV-f Boeder creek ou theeas side^t  mt������aVed tibetat day of May, VOL  'I. McVA'IOK,  Certificate of-Improvements  iisroTioE: , ���������  HIGHLAND MARY mineral claim, situate  In the-Lardeau Mining * Division of. West  Kootenay Distriet.      * ,  Where located:   On.LexIngton Mountain.  TAKE NOTICEthat I, F.'C. Green,of Nelson,  acting as agent for James Tweedie. F. M. (..,  B 15.512, and J. A. Magee, Free Miner's Certificate, No.-B. 15,536, Intend, sixty daye from  thc date hereof, lo apply to tho Mining Recorder  torn oertiflcate   of   improvements,   for the  MOTICEL  days  Take notice tma-t tnirty ������������>** a'JeI. At*,*i!,3  in.?-?,! to *Dirf������r to the ch ef commissioner ol  Lands ������nd%'kTfor permission- toelit and  earrv ������Jm-" tim������or from the following des-  "bld'inls ������l5S������������i in the Big Bend District  -���������East  Kootenay: .-commencing-at   a post  waiting    ���������  ,    .  announcement   that the  tuattcr h������d  been fixed up.  *   "After the harmony conference  one  day at noon every thinR ontheHaiiUFe  quit working. The signal wentout  and there was not an operator from  Chicago to Gainesville, -T������as. that  cared to work. It was a complete tie-  up The railroad people blamed  EaniBcy and said he had acted in bad  I faith. He denied having given ������ny  order to quit, but the damage had been  done.   The story was a couple of days  netting out,  "In Wichita there was a fat operator  named Williamson, who refused to  consider life anything more than a  ioke. Itniadeiio difference to him  > whether his name was Williamson oi  Smith or 3������ne������: He could change  names with every job  or  jobs- aft������  evens' Payday-     He    "'te������,[*d    th*  happy UU������ that the thing to do was to  LZp ������e .Santa  Fe.     The  more ^^he  thought of it the funnier he thought |  it was. .indHWllyhe  opened op .nd  sent out Ihe .q^ber  order  to ..strike.  The result  wits lUiai,  believing    the  strike was  on. *W*ny  ������������  ������������.   *>**'  decided the thing to do was to become  ���������i, grievance committee of one  in  barrooms and in two hours there w������  asti'lngofoperatdrs  from Illinois, to  Texas, declaring their  intention    of  of never sending another word for the  Santa Fe till the strike was won.  "Ramsey sent out a circular over the  wire, and some of them returned to  work. It took a couple of days to get  them all to understand that some one  ou the order and  ���������...-.���������������. The man in "WicbiU was  blacklisted by the roads and the order,  and from that time until today he b������e  been kept busy cbangini? his name.  The last I heard of him he  branch of theSaotaFe.sa-^ _  ^  A New System of Tracing  Freight Cars���������It Wilt be  More Profitable.  Western railroads are about to introduce a plan which they expect will  gtyally increase tbe amount of service now gotten out of freight cars,  and which may lead to a joint ownet-  ship of all cars in use.  J. W. Midgley has been authorifceil  by the Western Freight Association  to establish a bureau, with headquarters in Kansas.Oity, with a view to  putting into effect the new idea of  controlling cars, and if a success it will  be made permanent.  The problem of efficiency of freight  service  is  one of the most important  the railroads aie trying to  and it is constantly being discussed by railway   organizations and  traffic  officials.       Many   plans have  been proposed,  but   none   have been  found ofiicicnt to increase the service,  decrease the  hauling   of empty tars,  prevent confusion or hasten the reim n  of cars.   Within thc last month many  officials have lieen seriously advocating a  community  of  ownership   in  freight cars, an ownership that would  embrace the entire couutry, or if this  could not be brought about, an ownet-  ���������thip tlmt would embrace all the lines  in territorial divisions.  It  has  been   demonstrated that it  takes about three times as many cars  to move a  given  quantity   of freight  its it did  in   former  times,  and th-it  freight could be h.tndled more expeditiously and   at   less   cost by about  half the number or cars now in  use,  provided existing evils could be corrected or a community of  ownership  he established.   A perfect system  of  freight handling   would  result in  inestimable  saving   to the railways ot  the country, and   while   Mr.  Midglev  does not expect to inagurate a perfect  system, he does hope to   correct some  of the worst evils.    The greatest evil  is probably the  detention   of cars at  freight terminal*--, and to tins, is largely  due the car famines which so frequently   haiaBS   the   roads andciipple the  shippers.    The average daily service  of i freight car has-fallen fiom  about  80 to25 miles per day,   and is  still  on  the decrease. _ ...  A car-tracin* department will be  es-Ublished with a view to having all  cars unloaded promptly at terminal  points.  THE LEAD  SITUATION  i t  oiily"prin:ting> Iiouse^in  claim to fbe  Thjcroughly--- Up-To-Date  t.Crown grant of   the  for_     purpose of obtaining.  above claim. ....... _,  And lurther take notice, that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such certlllcate of Improvements.  Dated this 16th dayot ���������������������*������*,������������������,  P. Ij. 8.-"  W?������* th?nS southiMierlir along  the west  binkif thebilumbd*  iKbeer to  the  point ol  eomnx ncement.     _ ���������    '.nm '  -   - -  .  Dateu* the 27th day rf^g&pgbMIffloN.  And in a position to give us good value for the  money, expended, either for advertising space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as f3an be given  by any other house of the kind in British Columbia. Write for Samples of Printing. AllworK  turned out promptly. One-pi^toaU. N030D  can be too large or too.small for THE HERALD S  consideration. Spec ial attention give n to orders  by mail.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTIOB.  IROK DOLIjIR   Mineral  Claim, situate in  thc Lardeau Mining Division of West Konte-  uay District.  Where located:   OnLexliigtonMountain. ���������  TAKE NOTICE that I, F.C.Green, of Holjsr.il,  ent for   James  -UrOTHTpEl.  NOTICE that-.ao'dayi after rf*tc  AffiSS������*S^������^.������e^W-i!!������iS  acting  as  Twecdie.    Free  MineF-s Certr������catc No. B. 15.512, Intend, sixty  days Irom the dale hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a certificate of Improve-  .nents for the purpose of obtaining a fcrown  urantof the above claim.    .,_._, . _  And further take notice that action, tinder  Section 37. ">���������"���������" ** commenced before the  Issuance ol such certificate of Improvement..  Dated this 16th day of March. 1901.  1 -     F. C. GREEK,  -   P. L. 8.  In^"los5^*ie'cwor"13^=l������l^"������|  SSbffis^s**  at    BS>������^SSi*.';fKfiSffl!'.'  SES*SS|������st  Sf cominenc.aue.i-t, containing   a 1-OWI *������-rcs  moro or less. ���������  Dated this 2.III1 day of April, 1901.  F. McllARTV.  per T. I1AHNR.  ���������     ' .        HI" Agent.  American Smelter Trust Having  Bad Effect on Mining.  The bottom has apparently dropped  out  of  mining   in   British Columbia  this spring ������nd the stock market is at  a low ebb.     Business  circles   as a result are in a quiescent mood and more  or less stagnation is noticeable everywhere. *   In the silver-lead districts of  Eist "Kootenay  and  the Slocan, the  ���������situation is anything but pleasant to  -"���������  scan.'     Many of the mines have shut  down and others are reducing their,  forces.     The American smelter trust  ie largely to blame for this,   as  they  decline to open a market for the B.  C. lead and silver products.   The price  of lead has also   dropped   materially,  which, coupled  with   the  duty   into  the" States  and   excessive  treatment  leaves  a  small   margin   to  cover cost of mining.  J. C.   Drewry,   managing  director  of tlie Canadian Goldfields.   while   in  Spokane a ' few  days  ago, delivered  himself to  the press in these  words,  which size   up   the   situation   rather  closely:-  "All  ofthe lead producers  in British Columbia are waiting a further development in  the lead market  with-keen interest.      Our  company  will keep a force of "SO men at work  jn development on the St. Eugene in  Railway   Ties    Made    Of    Old  Ea8t Kootenay, but the mill has been  BOOtS Will Wear   for   Thirty  closed,   because   of  the low_  price of  ,   owvvi*   . Head.     Tliere   is no immediate likeli-  ' Years. hood that it wiU   be  reopened.     The  This' comes    from   Massachusetts:j American  smelting  combine,  Frederick W. Dunnell nn employe  of  was  on  a  satisfied  that | charges  he would be discharged as soon as   nay car came along and he wa. recog-  U?iofl n������ the ninu who ordered the fake  nized na the innu who  strike.  NOTHING LIKE  3JTOTIOE-  | Certificate of Improvements  TAKK. NOTICK lhat I, John i>* K������S*.iJ-,}nJ������^ nether to make lhe lengU* uf the  ^,ffiefo1SnadfJCar,u!8Works,Vo������r ^I'.^Slon frt,^ ���������,,.*.- _.��������� nressed WPto I  ti cut and carry awav limber from 1  ng described lands situated in \Vest  ���������_'*_.���������....���������i..��������� nt *,  niK. nlauted. at  I WEDGE (Fractional) and HM (Fractional)  Mineral Claims, situate in the Lardeau Mining  Division ot West Kootenay District.  1    Where located:   On Lexington Mountain.  i TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. G reen, of Kelson.  ...ii^ff aa uent for the Imperial Development  sfndPca" f'umltSl, >ree Wer*. Certffleate.  I V?"if 57910  Intend, sixty daya from the date   tuated In West Kootenay:  Com  west  ImrKhairW  ?o,ith*lSSl.al..s-* thence west 100 chains to the  plaee of commencement.  Dated this 20th day of April, A. D., 1901.  JOHN D. KNAPP.  Printed and Published t>sr  The Revelstoke HeraWj  LIMITED LIABILITY-/  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  Vo. B. 37,210, intend, sixty daya f  hereof, to apply to the Mlnfnir  Certificates of Improvements, foi  Recorder lor  Pl& Co������  , for the purpose  I nf obtalninK Crown granwo. thc above claim  |0fA0^f������S?er..ake_ notice������ ������������ ���������������tog.������������������������:  9    I section 87,' muif l������~commenced before   the  i-fsuanceolliuch certificates of ImproTemenU  Dated thia 16th day of KWji������  V. L.8.  35TOTIOE-  | Certificate of Improvements  ssroTiaE.  mvv   NOTICE that I," Edwarfl  Metcalfe.  ^o^in\Utd?.frI^Ur������.Vua^ S-{  thenco south  120    chains;    thenco   east   ������  chains to the place ol commencement.  Dated this 26th day of April. A.:J*""1-  i -     EDWARD METCALFE.  bhe Springfield Gl*t-������riP.*per Co..   has  recently secured a patent for  a  novel  ra54u*ad tie.   This is composed entirely  "of leatJUer, ground into pulp and treat  ed by ajvocess similar   to   that  with  which (iviVp is treated to make  it  into  nnper'attd -cardboard.     After undergoing  this -pftooes?,  the    leather    is  treated chemically to make it impenetrable by water.   His then   cut   into  strips the width andUiicknessof a tie.  tnd many of these  parts are   put together io make lhe length uf the  tie*.  These parts are pressed togobaw under  an immense pressure, whicfa *������**������ the  tieapetfecUysolid  mass  of  longer.  Mr. Dunnell proposes to make ���������������** *������'  entirely of waste leather, old shoes aod  the like, making   the  expense  l*t a. Uons  trifle larger than  for a  woodeu    tte,J"*;��������� :: ,���������  The average wooden railroad tie costs:  about 75 cents,  and iu  dnrabaity i������  aliout eight years   It is said that  the  leather tie will stand the weather and  wear f.ir from 20 to 30 yean  without  replacing.   Mr. Dunnell claims for his  invention that it has all lh* elasticity  of wood, will bold a spik*  a������  well  as  wood, if not better, and will not  rot.  Another advantage u its uniformity in  size, making it possible "> to replace it  with comparatively small  labor and  1   nsxVX Mineral Claim, ���������ituata Sa the Lardeau  ���������KMta-r Drvtilon of West Kootenay District.  "w&Je located:   On Lexington Mountain.  y.S_E NOTICE that I, F.C. Green, of Nelson,  I Jtta^^ttotXasitBenltttmla Kntch'n.  USrTrJee Mlnera Certificate No. B, 1S-51������.  ' KSlnl sixty days from the date hereof, to  ' L^olVw the Mining Recorder for * certificate  '���������I o fmprovSmenU. for the purpose of obuinln,  "l.^TOwnerant of the above claim.  la AwTfurthertato notice tnat action, under  B^fiSn h, mn.t be oouuaeneed before the  1 f__Siattoe of inchjcertlflcauof liaproTementi.  P. L. ������.  NOTICE.  which  is engaged in keeping up the  price of  lead,   is- doing   its best to curtail the  ���������Production.      In accord with that policy," the trust has  absolutely   refused  to buy ores.     That condition has  existed   for   nearly   three   months, and  Canadian   lead producers   find  them  selves practically   without a market.  The Trail sir.elt-cr, which has a lead,  stack, has handled some ore and  has  shipped the crude product to   the Sel-  bv   plant  in San Francisco to be refilled.     Such   an   arrangement however  has   proven   unsatisfactory, for  the difference in duty on ore and on  crude lead entering thc United States  is enough to  make this arrangement  very expensive".     Tlie Trail   smelter  only  pays   for  lead   on  the London  which recently fell from  T&18 tie J������ss than ������13   per  ton.     That  ������jeaas.ofB*Jy about 83 per hundred  for  lead, wfefte A������"erican "ners are  getting & for *b.e;r output. So" you  can aee Uiat jv^th alpiost no market,  and with -prices eo .low as to be unprofitable, the lead miners of British  Columbia hawe fallen into evil times."  ���������Silvertoniana.   '  NOTICE-  5 after date Ho-  given that at  ,=������������ SSL'S  necessity for taring nP the ^reet,  pxnense.   The tie will be of particular     TAK������ KOTICK that 30 days after date I io-  Xntage to street railways  -here , j2RS"*.fitt'SfeggS  'Liability. ���������������"������*"  U.C.to F������*fK?������S_?.  changed from ReveUUoke. ���������. ^. ~ -^--.  B.C.in accordance with the cpnse"J-.     ww  sliareholderi and a resolution of the mrccwr.  of the Company.  Dated thU 6th  AplOMt.  "taTtAp^gg^XOf.  Secretary to the c������mp������ny-  We������klr Excoxwoo* to Halcron-  Commencing on  Friday.  May 3rd.  tickets from  Bevelstoke to Halcyon  will be Bold on Friday ������ad.8aturdaT  food to ratarn up till Monday for*l.S.  at   a   Poet  umbia river  ed lands situated  slanted on the west bank of the Coto_- -���������-..-=  wtte mouth of Seymour J^kMdim-rked  ���������^rT BOackroorea north-east corner : thenco  JStriffilSSij*-. theuce eoutheriylM chains  S^ce easterly ������ chains to the west bonk of  ^SoSmhU river: thence.norther^ rfonj  Sh������__tWcha--MtoUiepomtoI croainicnoe-  m^������a������thiuy.i������i.     R BLiCKMoBE,  '-"ll  ', "'4  I    . 44~M.*i--H-t+4.4-t4**|:*M4***l^*++*i.*  fr  *  IF VOU ARE GOING TO TAK  t  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  WINE  FOR A SPRING TONIC  ���������P.e sure- to iuke Good  Wine���������  The best is called  WILSON'S  INVALID  PORT  ami kept ;it the  Canada Drug & Book Company,  REVEL-STOKE  * *H I-I'U-I-f-H-fr* **+.i-.-h..*..-h-.1**!*  J?*e/ sUfi-iiy1 drr?-<y?\Jby7i4l  ^r   .  DIED  CltiniAN-Oi.i llii.* 11Lit uf .May, in  Seattle. Wash., of pneumonia. -Maria  Katherini; Nina, eldest daughter "I  lliu l.-itt* Sir Edward (j'rngan, ll.-ut..  of Riillantviv Hall, Uiiiiiili-iitn,  County Dulilin, Ireland,  luli-ricl -May S, nt   llat/.u* (Mission).  n.iili-li   Ct.ltiuihia,   by   llu-   111��������� \-.    II.  Fii'inie.���������Clinton. 1eel or  til" Si.  ,l,iiin*s.  Vaiu-uuvcr, 15. C.  /UjtHS  .���������mil   set*  our Boanl.iful display  KPKINCi   MERCHANDISE.  >eayt������  Notes of News.  ��������� Dr.     nui'i;.*-.,  l'lnck.  Dr.   Pri-fim1   of  l..������ n on Monday.  Dentin.      I*io\vn I  K.'iin|.io|i--   w.i*.  Eddy  Part of tlie tiinliei* for llie liig  mill is aheady on llie gionnil.  1*. McCinn, recently drivel* of llie  sli-eet cur bus hub gone to Winnipeg.  The river has come up again under  the influence of the recent waiin  spell.  ���������Just in another lot of  L-iclies'  and  Childien***- Stiaw  ft Co.  lials.    C. Ii.  Hume  Wilke**, is Riving a picnic to  her  Williamson's  class    at  Mr  kindergarten  today.  Serpen doors, any size: screen adjustable windows at C. B. Hume Si Co.  Prices very low.  .T. M. Doyle, accountant for P. Burns  Si Co., left "on Sunday evening lor a  holiday trip to the coast.  I. T. Brewster left on Tue������d*iy morning for the C.trnes Creek Consolidated  properties and will return  on   Friday.  Hon. T. M. Daly came up on Saturday night en route for Golden to conduct tlie assizes for the crown.  T. W. GriChiiin and sons and Mrs.  "IV. Johnson of Thomson's Landing  were in town on Monday.  ��������� ���������See Chinese and Boer war scenes,  Haggard's "She or the Pillar of Fire"  in colors. Monster Phonograph.  Opera house tonight.  Tomorrow, being Ascension Day.  there will be a celebration of Lhe Holy  Communion i-.t7.30a. m. anil Evensong  at 7.30 p. in. in St* Peter's church.  Wm. McNeish. has sold the Columbia House, at Golden, to J. C. Ullock  and Hiving to ill-health has retired  from business.  ���������Union Boots and Shors���������a big lot.  of J. D.King & Co.'s boots in ladies,  gent's, children's. Every pair ha**, lhe  Union Stamp.    C. H. Hume ifc Co.  .Mrs. Morris Anderson wishes lo  thank Mr. J. D. Fraser for then-cowry  of her gold watch, which she lost on  Monday In tween C. B. Ilnine A: Co'***  ���������-tore and her residence.  A club has been"_formed among (.he  juniors of Golden which has lieen  named the Victorias. Arrangement.*,  have, bc-en made for a g.iinu with  Revelstoke on May 21th.���������Era.  There was a practise game al .fu.ol-  ball on Saturday, at* whi< h I here was  a good turn out. The.boys are anxious  to try conclusions wiih Kamloops.  Tiout LakuGity or any out-ride club,  lhat wants a match.  II. Moi-i-i.- sustained an injury to  his knee on Friday, while working,ul  raising the old jiaig residence on  Fi-ont St. ."'rhe jack slipped and the  lvirstruck Mr. Mossis' knee with c.in-  sidr-rabte force laying bim off since.  E. Spelliuan. of Vancouver, who has  thf painting and deou-atiui; .italic.  P. R. hotels on the P.icilic -Ji vision  unil.I* his Mipervi.-ion. was hi-i/c ��������� tn;  Sunday and has.decided (>> icpainl and  kalxmiine ' the Hotel ilvvelsluki*  l hrougliout.  Tomorrow is Ascension day.  T. Downing  of Thoiuson'-i   I.an>ling  is in lown.  W. .Mathers rami* up li'oi" Itos-l.inil  on vi'stcrday'.s boat train.  .1. llopgooil. sr. returned In lown  from Kninloiijis on Tuesday.  Mr. anil Mrs. I.. Didisbeini arrived |  fron i Europe on S.il uiday'sNo I. j  John llotislon M. P. P..' wviil  through lioiiiu* on .Monday ijn.irniug.  Mi-s I.. (:;bboi*. .school leaeher at  C.iiiiiipli.":. s|������*iit Sunday with friends  in town.  .1. .1. Lang.slnlVof Ihe Topi.*,   and   ���������������������������  Magee   of  Comaplix e.ime in I'i ilhe  -iiulli yesterday.  Tim Altar Guild of St. Peter's church  are holding an Al. Home, at -Mrs. C.  Jlolten's al, X p. in. tomorrow.  1?. 1 low-on returned on Monday  from attending the meeting of the  Methodist conference at Nelson.  It. 11. Vctinor of St.rathcona's Horse,  went, through on Saturday on his way  home to his ranch near Vernon..  Fancy "White Muslins. All Over Laces, Vi'U-iiciiiin. Eli*. Swiss and  Dainty Mii-lins. A most beautiful display of those Fashionable  Omuls in various colors at. l,"ie., 17c. '2De., 'lot:., and ."'le.  s  M:-i'i:crisi'd .Sateen Skirl--, in eudli'-:s col.-ir.-  ���������all prices.  err������!  GB*W<������  W--^*        CENTRE OF THE  MIMING  Jf*. JL\i  XV.  skeil for  I'll Hu* Famous " I'l'I'liENS" f,'l  Once worn nlwuvi  .lu-fc  Thehi  3F&  o>y&'  *">���������������������������, (*   ���������  I..  are  Ii.'Ui.l.  lhe   Tinest  shipment*   of    P.OYS"   liLUl.SK  the hf***!. make in Canada and don't, rip anywliere.  si; I  Onic oi*- Tiiii mivs.���������There are too  many scraps lo the square inch in  vour article for lhe Hhuai.i* to be able  lo use it 1.0 advantage.  -See Cinderella, or lhe Little Glass  Slipper, The only one ever shown in  colors. The grandest production on  earth at, Opera House tonight.  Thos. Tavlor M. P. P., iu.coiiip.mi eel  by Mrs. Taylor and child came up this  morning from Victoria and went on  south Lo Trout Lake City.  311*. and Mrs. II. A. Brown returned  from Pcnnv on Monday morning,  where they spent an enjoyable outmg  in camp at Mr. Brown's copper  claim.  oscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in thc Compounding of  Prescriptions; and our care aud skill  ���������the results of experience and  training���������assure that degree of accuracy. And, in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Biing  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  TAYLOJl lll.OCK. *     -      - MeKonzie Ave  r*s  @ wbo em Big  We have just, opened up a  large,  range  of   Beautiful   Satcen-I .ined  All-Wool Serge aiul Worstereil Suits nud marked them a wav down.  CALL AND SEE US BEEOHE I5UVING  ELSEWTl El IE.  THE   WIDE-AWAKE   BUSINESS   .MEN,   MACKENZIE   AVE.  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $75 and $100  IIEV ELSTOKE  11. C.  %m  ������������������������<^������������������<M>������������@  **i-***'i--i*-i**i.*+*{_.**i-i.***.i-*.i*****  **  XV. D. McLean. .Ml.-. .M-.Le.nt and  !*on s-.nl MissK. Gallatrher, M..-. Me  J-p.u.'s sister, r.ienlly re*-idenl- of  Calgary legislered at the Ij'oliimbi.i on  Sunday en route for Ko_-.-I..nd where  lhey are itniug to inn the tliiiiug  1-i.oin in the Western hotel.  The new drop curtain painted by 11..  C'opeland has been hung iu the n'per.i  hou--e -and will be u-ed for lhe lirM  lime on the eveuini; of May 2*"id. when  Mr. Dunne will pioduee "MjIav  White." The new curtain ha*, been  aheadv desciibed by the HcrtAI.U. It'  is wil ho it i-x.iggt-ralioii a real work  of art.  P. McCarty went down to Arrowhead this morning to .-iiTangc with  Capt. Gui-p for tho ti.-e of the C. P. U.  way.-at Nakusp for the con.-truction  of the-to.-iiner for tin* upper river, a.s  lhe privilege of using one of the .-et������  there ha.*, lieen kindly acconlcd by  Gen. Supt. Marpole for ibis [uirpose.  E.P.Davis. K. C i-hiiip. up fiom  NeUon nn Satuidav niuht aud.wenl  *>\e5t. He was there tn defend Des  licvieifS. the survevor. charged with  the uim-df-i' of H.-in-y Howard at  Greenwood last wintei. Des Revii-re-  was ai cpiitted on lhe score of self  d  "e.ite.  T.J. Gtai.ain. sefietaiy of the school  lx>aul, lui9 leieivi d a coininiinicalion  fioni the Supt. of Education slating  lhat it will be necessary to hold the  usual election at the end of June for a  liustee to hold oflice until Jaiiii u-y.  Mr. Graham wi.-hes Ihn Hrin.vi.n iti  ���������-tale lhat he intends to be a candidate  for re-electi. n.  The school boaid arc negotiating  witli the Dominion government for the  l i-ar.-fer tn tin* school Uistiii-t of the  goie lot opposite the English ( htirch.  If tliey aie successful, lhey will apply  l>. HicVity cir.il.t il to close that poi lion  nf Wynn" St.. which"c.inne.ls Secned  and Thiiil Sis. and enclose the \\ hole  into lhe scliool gri.und-s.  Theie wci-c large congiegations  morning, afternoon and evening in tl e  '"Itnii.mi Catholic church last Sunday.  At High Mass Father Thayer was the  i-t-lfhi-iint and I3islu>i) Dontenwill  p.e.-.ched. in the afleriiooii the bishop  -idininisteipil Ihe sacrament cf con-  fii m.ilint, io several candidates and  in-eached again at vespprs in the evei -  ing. The iim.=ic at High Ma.*s w.-s  U.,tl ii.ati in E Hat. The bishop left f. r  Uo!d.*i. this iiinining.  Operates Successfully  Between  Trail and Rossland.  The Canadian Pacific Railroad company has found the large inaiiiu-  gu.tred Shay locomotive to have boen a  profitable investment. This peculiai  looking locoiiii-live was built at Lima.  Ohio, and ������as purchased by the  company about six months ago. Sime  the engine was purchased it. hasp.iiil  for ilsell several times over- Its speed  is much inferior to that of the ordinary  locomotive, but ils power is greater  Such an engine is. admirably adapted  for climbing the long, heavy grade between Trail and Hobson.  . On that part of "i.he road the marine  geared engine is operated exclusively.  Two trips between these points are  made daily���������in the forenoon and afternoon, In the morning a loud of ore  fiom the Centre. Star is taken down lo  lhe Trail snieltei- ' Returning, tin-  engine takes a second load- of ore down  Tiom the. War Eagle. Eight car.**  usually roi.stilute a load. Oiten freight  ii taken to and fro besides the ore.  Ordinary freight locomotive, can  bring up four cars-, while, t he ii.arini-  gi-.u'i'.il engine climbs the steep, long  triad.* wilh eight cars. The common  lorniiir live-will make. the. trip Iioiii  I'i,iii in It.issland iu an hour. . I'or lhe  .llier engine an hour and a half i-  feTp'iii-tMlr^H'in-thi*���������dilVerente���������in-ll'.*-  lo.ul in.ire than i-oinpeii.-.-ites loi  the ilirft-ieiiie in the liuie.-Ro-sl.-.nil  Miner. ^_  TO THE ELECTORS.  THE BEST INVESTMENT  IN THE WORLD '  NEW  I3&UH  5 p. c. 2o-Year-Old  Gold Bonds.  7*><*iteil, Insiire.1 a ml liuiiriinteeil by the  Epuitable LifeAssurance Co  STISOXCEST IX TIIK WORI,l,l.  Full inionuiitioii from  LEWIS BROS.  ^****T-**I*'M-**f**l-**f***T**I**M'';f*f *���������!������������������"  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  .**  NOTIOE  TAICE NOTICE that .!0 days after  date 1 intend to -apply to (lie Chief  Uoimuissioiier of l.ancl.s and Works for  ]ii;n.iission to cut and ��������� carry away  limber from thc following described  lauds situated in the Big J.cnd District of East Kootonay: Commencing  at a post planted on the south bank of  the Columbia river about li miles below Surprise Kapids at the mouth of a  creek and marked "('. -I*". Landmark's  north-west corner"'; thence easterly  along the bank of tho Columbia river.  PIT) chains; thence south-westerly 80  chains; theiico westerly 1'2't chains;  thence northerly SO chains to initial  'post.  Dated 2t'lli April. 1001.  '��������� " . C. F. f-jINDMATMC.  I -  NOTICE!  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date 1 intend to apply to tho Chief'  Commissioner of Ijiind.-and Works for  permission to cut and carry it way  timber from the following described  lands situated in Lhe Bii/ TJend IDis-  f.ricL of East Kootenay : Commencing  at :i post planted ou the Norl.li Hank  of lhe Columbia Kiver aL the outlet of  Kinbaskel, Lake and marked "G. S.  MeCarter'.-* south-east corner," thence  westerly along the bank of the Columbia river i 101 "chain.-: then-"*!.' north i.U  chains: thence easterly Kit- chains  more or less to the margin of Kin-  ba.-ket hake: thenee following the  shore of ICinliasket La'.e toinitinl post.  Daled 2',Hh April. 1001.  G.S. McCAKTER.  "  NOTIOE  Tnke Holier tli.it"*. (In-ys nfter flntc I int������-*n''  tu .-ipl'l}- xtt ihe Chief Ciiinml-^ioiier of I-uil'!.*-  iiitil wnrk- for permli-tion tn cut nml .**irry  fumy tlinbi-r from til*.- I.illriwinjr ilejerilieil  i.iiiil*- .-.itinue.I in tlio i:i*r J'.en't Pi*-trii*: .n"  l-'ii-L Krujiea.-iy: coniiiieneinir nt a pn*.  I*i:i:it''ti ff.x ih*.. nnrtli iiftul: nf tin* f'*.;np..biii  ni-._r nt a K-int ISl rliHin- w.-t ni il.f oiu!,.t  I'r.ni. Kiiiliii-KL*. I.*i'*ce n-nil i'i-*.**.;*.-'! ' (;. II-  llinne'*1-entl:-._*ii^t I'.irn^r "*, them'*- i.ortherl*.  i.lli-halii** : tlienee *-.-e-:-.-rly :.'.-. i-liftin*. ; .h.-:i*-"v  -oir.uei ly x'-t i-h-im-ti* tl.e li**nl: r,f 11..������ f'ol.u.i-  ijii. river ; tle*u,-e Ort^t^-ily .linn-: mik, on:.!: t**.  j.nuir i.f '���������umi*i._it**.*i*-'������*n^  P.ue.l l*t of Ma\ ,15(1!,  (',. P.. ill"ME.  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days aft-r  rtaLc I intend to apply' Lo the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to cut and carry away  thiiber .from'the following, described  lands'situated in thfr" Jiig ,Bend Sliti-  ti'ict of East Kootenay: Commencing  a6 a ])ost planted on the south bank of  Lhe Columbia river about *t miles west  of Cummins Crock nt the-iiiouLh-.ot'-a  large Creuicand marked "IC. _0. __Mc-  Cai'Ler's uorth-easl; 'coniei'";' tlumeu  southerly 10 chains: thence westerly  250 chains: thence northerly -10 chains  Lo Lhe bank of the Columbia river:  thence easterly aloiig said bank -2T,I)  chains lo point of coinnienceinenl.  Ualo.l 1st Mav, lfXIl.  IC. C. Mc'CAItTl'*,R.  TAKE NOTICE that, :>0 days ���������.���������lfLc-i-  ilale I intend to apply" lo lhe Chief  I'omniis-aonei- of I.-tuds ,'tiiil AN'orks for  peruiission Lo cut, and carry away  liiuii'.'r from the following described  lands situated in Liie. Big 1'end ll'xn-  triotof I'.a-L Kootonay: Commencing  ai, a po.-tplauf.-iI on Llie north ban'**, of  the (''ohiiiiliia river :i!K) chains w*?sl of  the moiirh of Ciuiiiiiins Creek and  iiiar!>.'.I "A- M- Pink'li.iin's soiil,ti-ea.".t  corner": I'.ieni-t* norl heily -JO chains:  ! Ih'-nc'e westerly ''2T>h 'c'lains: Ihe.'.CL*  .-���������oiilherly SO clrtiiis to thii hail'.- of .he.  C'oliinibi.i river: thence, along said  .-,-inlt ���������">') chains to point ofeommeiice-  !:ii-nL.  Dated -->:i<l Mav. Wil.  ' A. .".".PIXK'iAM.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE ihaL Hi) days after  diite I intinil lo ;i|.*ply lo the Chiel  Cniiiiiiissioiier of E.-inds and Works  for permission io cut and can y,a wav  liiiibei* from lhe following deseribeil  land-'iMl-u.-ii.-d in tliu Eig Bend Oisirict  of West, Ko(.l,._nay: Coinmenciiigni. a  post, lilanted on lhe-west, side "of flu  Coliinibia river about 120 chain*, helm*,  lhe iiiouih of Canoe river and marked  ���������'IT. XV. McGregor's north-east coiner":  thence southerly along'the west hank  of said river250.(:hains; thence westerly  -10 chains; Lh'encH.iiortherlv 250 chains;  Ihcnce easterly -10 chains to lhe point  of commencement.  I*Ulcd 3rd May, 1001.. ���������������������������"  F. W.-Mt.GnEGOIt.  -���������an-jim-wr. nmsawmm-M i*i IIIII  '^-J^a-<^_^_w-tf-^���������������-i^c-c���������-������'--3'^���������������<-^^^  fr  IJOHN D. 5IBBALD/OTi^vuc.  TAKE NOTICE that XO days after  date-1 inlend to'apply lo the'TChief  Coiniiiis-.ioni..r of Lands, and Works  for permission to cut anil eai rv ���������.'.���������twitv  timber from the following described  lands situated in the Big Bend District  of West.Koolenay.";; Coiiuiiencing at, a  post, planted on lhe west, bank of llu  Columbia river uhout 20. chains below  lhe mouth of Canoe'rivet and m.-iiked  "J. E. Johnson's liortli-ejisL corner":  thence westerly SO chains; thence  southerly 130 chains; lluui e easterlv  80 chains to the bank of .-lhe Columbia  river; iliei'ice noi th'c'rly along saiil  bank to point, of roinmVnceiiient. '  J).il.*d:*id Mav.lOOl.  r- j. e:.ioiins on':  f.IC;  LAIJlr-S  AND  GUNTLKJIKN :  III accordance., with the urgent  request of a large and representative  body of the ratepayers I have decide.*  lo dime out as it candidate for l-he  vacant Mayoralty. I have done so  wilh a full appreciation of the gieal  importance nt the (pic-iions w.iilii.;.  sett lenient by the Council. If eluded.  I shall do ;ny utmost to have llie.e  niatiers settled wilhout" furlher dela>  and in such ,i manner as to conserve lln-  best interests of the city as a whole.  The lime is too short for ine to make a  pioper personal canvas, but I intend to  endeavor to visit as many of the ratepayers as possible before Friday and  explain my views on niatiers at. pres  ent engaging their attention. Of thos.  whom I cannot meet personally I  hereby to solicit the; votes  influence.  '    W, M. BROWN'  nt  _���������*.-"  Lmi-m.  et  rrv  '���������ri  )>,*.i  ri.  K-l  beg  and  Cigar Factory in Flames.  There was au alaiin of lire sounded  at 2..-K) a. in. on Sunday morning. '1 h  flit* occured on the piemises oi rupier!  by lhe Revelstoke Cigar Facloiy. Ii  was first seen by .Mrs. Burr-.lge, wh.  wilh' praiseworthy piomptilude gol  up and loused Chief P.aL'xt. Tin* chiel  after Hying in vain lo sound an aliiim  nl the box at ihe finperi.il Bui.l  corner, rushed to the Cue hall and trit d  to get the striker to work fr.itn the  button there. Finding this unavailing  he climbed up and sounded an alarm by  hand. The brigade quickly res-pon 'e.  and after quile a fight got. the fl noes  under control. The roof was b.iiiu  and the walls of lhe building immaterially inju.ed. Tbe stork was  insured $500 on cigars and ijir-OO on the  raw tohacco. There was also insurance  on Lhe building. The origin of the Iii e  is uiiknnn'ii.  NOTICE  Take XotJp** thnt " '!ar- ftf:-*-r **.iit I  ���������ci jipply io ihcCiii'-f f'iimini'iii<i)it'r <>i  ii.inl Wnr'r** :'������ir p������-rinib"-inn to t-a: _i:.-i  ���������iwn\* umin-r iron? the {Mlo-x\z\v ���������!!-���������  Itin-t- "it'.intp-l In 'ht tliti Ii>;n<! I).-.  l*J.-t-t ICfvij.-ii.ty : ror.imciH'in*? nt a yti^-x  fliuicoil 'in the north Kanx of Uiu Culnmh'.n  river oWch'iin- ivt���������t <������( the ni'iiith cif ('nni;.*n:-  crv������k ami mar Iced ** Ii ,\. 1 n^-Jon's :.nt)ih-  iM-,t('onu'r'' ; tl\f-nee e>i>t������*rly riiant^ ilie timli  nf tlU' coinmbin riv-ur ->> f'hHin** ; Mit-iiP-.-  northerly if rhnin1* : ih'*iire \vi^i������rly J-"*'>  I'hinns : ilipjiot* -sonth-jrH \li fhtihi* to j^uul **i  i*nminenocincnt.  iMtOil M������! Mar, 11)31.  JJ. A. ],i\Y������OX.  NOTICE  Tub.* notfoo thai ."to ������la\s *ifl������r <\fiW I inff-n-I  to apply to the ������:lilt*f ������������������������������ mml<-sinri/-r ut Liin'I-  nnd Works for p������������rinli--*ion to ml und nsirrt  hwiiv (Inili'-r from tut1 foi low Itij_j f ]<"-(��������� rH*'**!  lnnifi ^itijutt-il In thf Itlt,' Ron-tl HNtrlt't oi  Km-At KomeiiHy : ''nmni-'in'Iri-t nt h po-������t  plii:ite'l on thf north bunk of the rohinibiK  Hivfr i������bout iuo mllt'-i ������'n������t of thf tuouili *J  "Wood Kiver'in-il inorV-*."T. Downlt'-' tiort'- -  -.tot conn-T"; thcui'u OHitt't ly nloiis thf* <oi-  iimbiii rivor lu) (>hnins* to n- point '-.*t> i*h.'iliic  o-1-.f of lhe month of a Jsr^e rn������<:k on ll:*-*  -^niilh tide of snid river ; thenee .southerly v<>  chains; thenco w-i-terly .u0 r-htiht-* ; ilnnirr-  northerly -W ehiilns ; "thenee we'-terly !<������  nhrtln'*; tlifftte north������Tl> to the point of com-  inciioeinent.  nutntl 1-t of M������y- tTKiK  T. DOW NIB,  NOTICE  Take Notice that W) days fifler d-if* I intend  to apply to thi** t hi������*f < oniniiv->ior:'^r of T-himi-*,  nntl w������fk" for per:ni?������ion to ent and enrr;.  Hwuy lirnlmr~from the folio v. in^r cif"-< nbed  I:l:) fs siriMted in the lilj? Hynd Pl-trirt of  Kntf K-fiotenuy : eornrnfneini; at n po*-:  phiiited on the* north bunk of the < olurnhlii  nv"f (tl>ont two mill"* ea������*t ofthe r-ioutli fd  Wo'id river aiid imtrKud "A. ��������� indinark'**  s(nith-������,wt corner"; thencf- north-frlv 120  :hninj; thenee easterly SI chains; thenee  southerly li!0 ehaim more or le**-*! ttnh" bank  of tbe -rnhirnbia river ; thenee westerly aJonp  i<aid ri\er to | o!nt of eomtiiriieeiiieiil.  Imted Htof 3Jav, vnn.  A. IJNr������MARK.  TO THE ELECTORS.  Ladikh ANf> (iKNTMCArKN :  Il-iving Ijt't'n ri'finosted hy a ninnlif-r  of I lie ratcpnycrs oi Wind nne In i un  for alderman in that waid \ lioi������ to  solicit your vote and inMneiu-e. FT  elected i:iy aim ;is sildei-tnan will lie to  work on business inetlmd^ for tlie host  interests or the city. L,  'y\. .r. o'Jsimex.  NOTICE  . TAICE -NOTU'P: ili-it .JO ilny.*-- nl'ter  -i.le 1 ini**ml t<> :i|'|i!y In 'he Cliiet  t **m.mi--���������it������iii-i- nf I.-iiul.-* .mi] Wi.ikh I" u  Ce! 11 j i������������������i-i in In illl null Lil 11 V iiM'.-iy  liililier fi-iiin lhe ffllmviiiK ilt-ei-ilied  I H..I-* .-it.i-iri-rt iu lhe Hs Band Ul.-ti-ifl  .,f K.i*-t K.iiiteii.iy : Coii'iiieiiiiu*.' .il ;i  yttf-l fihiuleil on ilie ninth li.iuk ..!'f'.ir  '.'(ihitniii.i i-ii-ej- ,u ,i point *{SI eh.-iin-  vei.t nf ihe (iuH*'t* I mm Rininiskei  r.:il������.*! .-imi in.ti'ne.1 "'V. K ilp.-it rieI*.'.-  -.ml h-u-i'*.! ciniici": Ihenii* i'.*i*-i.*i*ly  -ilnii'-f 111" ii'ii-i li 11 ink . if I he (*nl u in hi j.  livui '.tlii rh.iiii*--; ilieuce n.u tl.ei-iy '3\  ������������������liiiins ; llieii'-e wi.Meily 321) ehiiin-;  theme ���������.iiulheily ,'J1 i-li.tin.*, lo plnie nl  iiiiiiineiif r-uient.  iwt������.i Nt. .Mnv. io:u.  "    T. ICIIjI'ATIilCK.  NOTICE  TAKKNOTICKlli.it, 'Vi dny������ nfU'i  .Lite I inienil lo i.pply to the Chief  Coiiiiiiissi.inei* of Iannis .-.nil Works*  r.ii-pei'iiiNsinn tocul nnd c.'iri-y ,-nv.*i*.  tiinlior fvoui the f-.l'n'.vinjj des-r-i-ilied  l.in.l-i <;l.i.il...l in the P.xji (ii-ii.l IJisli-iii  ..*f iv.st Knoteii.-iy: vl'iiiiiinci.ciiiK i(t ���������'���������  pus! .11 lh.' r.ni ih ens! cornel- fif A  I.iuiliii.ii-k's limit fin.l rii.iikf.l * T.  Iloi'in*"** s-outh-v/ot .oriH-I'':-> Uien.e  eiisteily ("J-, ch-iin.-: tli.-ue*.* noftl.cilv  lO-Och.iin*,: lliei.ce vve*>l.*rly (i'2 i li.iin*-:  'hencu sniilln'i-ly H'i) c-li.-iins to th"  point of I'.inniienceii.ent.  D.ile.1 ("I'll .M.iy. IfJOI.  T; IIOR.VK  NOTICE  TAKK NOTICK thnt .{') .Inys nftei  .I.il.i I inlend I.i .tpply to the (Unci  (ji.iiiiuissiniiei' of fjiind.*. aiul Win Us  for p'-i mi-sioii io cut nnd miry n.viy  tiinliei- ft-fini the folloivin*.; ile"ciilie.l  luids lilii.iti-d in the SY'.'J, Bcn.l Districl  of !"j.is|, Kooteiiiy: CriiniiicncinK nl. ;l  post phinled ne.ii' the Wood liver tr.iil  ���������ihoiit J30i liiiins cist, of Wood river nnd  iiiHi-ked "P. .]. y\il,-iii-'s north c.ihI  forui'r ; llicii.e in >i soul h-vveste.ly  directinn ne.ir the south hunk of Wood  rivet* 120 cliiiiim-iikii-o or le(-H lo the  iiirin'li of Wood liver: thence soul lierly  'HI fhnins; thi-nee north-ensterly WI  ..���������Ii.-iiii.*.; thence seiitlierly S5 ehnins to  tin; noi Hi-west corner of A. Kind  murk's limit: llieiuo eiiFlerly S0cluiiii!>;  thence noitliei-ly J0.1 clmins to the  point of coinuienii.merit.  Dateii i**t .Mi.v. mm.  F. 3, APAIH.  TAKK NOTICK thai ?M d.iys .-ifler  .hue I inlend lo apply to- the Chief  Ciiii.iui*-*.iOner of L-inils. *nid Works  for pei inis.sion to.eiil. nnd curry uw.iy  liinliei* ft mt��������� I he' fnlloivinc; r'cs.iiheil  l;tiid.-*Min:ited i��������� ||,i> Mi-r ISend Oisirict  of Wesl Konlen.-.y: Ciiiniiienein_r-at.il  post pl.iuied on   Ihe-K st  side ol"   llu*  CM tii.i i-ivoriiliinil ll.il ihaiiis  lielm.  I In* n ii nil h of C.inoe rivei* and   mat fee.'  "XV.     E     '?.Iil,aiif>hlin's      m-.i-i h-��������� es  i-oi-nei:':  1 In uie soul hei ly    .ilniijr   i.-.,  ������������������iniik of I In* Colntnlii.i i-iver _>S(J .hauls-:  '.h.ei.ce    e,-:--!i-i|y     (()    chain.;     ||,  norl lierly 2T,{) ch.-iin**:   thenie   ivesti i  IDcluiins   tii llu*   point    i*f   (-011)111111  ment. -     ���������  o.-.t.-d :ir.i .ai.iv. mm.  XV. K. fiicLALiOHI.IN  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *  fr  fr  fr  .fr  ^.C3-E:_N"���������X,   JTOJS,  RcAL ESTATE  ��������� Caniiilii I'oriiiniicnt .t Wcsiern  >'. V. It. TflWNPITK,  MAIIA 'lOWX-.!'.'-..  H*T A TVIPT AT     ( Cnimiiii I'criiinncnl .": Wcm-ni  nAlli.lAl -.        I'niuiila MnriuiiKO Cnrimriillnn.  ^ t Uijultnlilu Siiyln.j.s l.uiui nml liiiil.iing Association..  TTvTCTT!". A "Vr,'__.   9    < linpcrlnl l"irc.      (fiinr.liii.i l-'lro.      Mcreiuitilc I/ire,  SlNolJlvAnLC   '    'oatin.liiin I'itv.      lliiluiliiiilini Kire.  liwuiiiuiuij   .    JUl_���������.(.,.ullltillll_I,ifl., _    Alias I'Iil". ";  COAL FOll SALH. llOUSJiS FOIl iiALK AND RENT.  AdJress^Revelstoke Station.  P.E������^*S������>-������'>3**������.l>--*--P..������.fr,^������  .AVe arc noiv ready for the new ecu tiny. Wo  iiru driving Suits fin* tlui-beiiR-lti of those who -  want up-to-date CLOTHES "at fair prices.  Our idua.s arc to suit your ideas. ' Om; purpose  id to please you. 'The New Yonr'is'oii.* oppoi'-  tunity. XVo would like to make it voui'.s.  Our Spring stock i.s up-to-daLe.  Our Prices for Suits range from $1S to $35,;���������  Ous* Pr-ises for- Trousers range from $2 to $10.  IjAdims' high class ta ii jOuing.  ���������T. 33: 0-^IE3SS:M:A.:iSr,   MACKKX/.U4 AVKNUB  l.nrito mill Well ..iKliteil  Haniiilu 'tiioius   "leated byJIot Air'niiil j^leptrlc    ,. Hell*, aiul Li|,lii in every room  Kree Bin Moots All 'JV.ilum -        - , ���������  l:ci-.--otinl)lc itiites  "   -iHOTEi   "V-IOr-T03RjI^._������L-_.  *"  " ".lOHNV. PERKS. I'noPHiKTOit  Nljilit   flrlll i.-.*i-.:i !_i.(".iiiii*..il(ni im- tliu (jonveiiienpo of Ononis  j^  4t;  m  If  ri v,  ��������� ttt-Wh  51  f  *s  A'm.  m  *. 18$  lit  1  fa  t*i*������*  1  hi  ������������������*��������� -  k '  ���������i^i UI iu.di  TAKK NOTICE tha. :'!j days afipr  ���������l.ile. 1 inlend In iipp.lv In lhe Chief  Cniiiiiiisbioiiei' of L.iiul-'anil Woik- Im-  pel mibsli-n In cut. and curry away  tiinliei* fi run the f.iir.iwint; descrilieil  l.iii.ls siinal-'d in lhe l"!i^ Rend Di.stiict  ol  East   lvnntcnuy:     (J,,,,, iK'illff nt    a  post, pin ii t .-.1 ..ui" i he north hank of the  t.'oiiluilii.i river at lhe outlet of Kii.-  li.-i.sl-.il Lake "and marked *'K. Jl.  AUitm's i.orlh east, corner": I hence  southerly S*) ih.tin.s; I hence ���������*. c.stei |y  12.") chains : I heme norlherlv S'l chain's  to lhe li.-iulc of lhe Colmilhia liver:  l hence easterly .-iloti*j; said river lo  mil ial post.  Paled 2.<'Lh April, 1!)(H.  K- Al. AI-IjU.M.  TICE  .''() days  arty1  I.i   I.he   Chjtif1  TAKE NOTICE that  date I intend lo   ajiiily    _  Commissioner of Jjiruls and \Vorks lor  [lei-mi.s.sion (o cui, and carry away  ti-nilier from the following deserilied  landi, .situated in the l!ij_; Uend His-  tri':t of East ICootenay :, Cnnmii.-ncing  at Ji jjost planted on tins north-east  hank of the Coliiinlii,**/ river at the  soiitli-uiiKl. ..-ornei' or I). Itohin.son's  application and marked ".Murray  Hiime'r. Kf.iitl.-w.-M, <.orne:-": I hence  north !W chains; thenee ein;t J20 clmins  more or less to Hush river; thenee  .south-westerly along the. hank oMJusli  rivei' !,"0 eh-'ti.-iH moie or less; thence  wimU'iiy along Ihe noi-fli hank of llie  CVil.iniliia rivet* to initial post.'  Dated 2*.Lh April. lOOI.  .MLTHItAY HUME.  NOTICE  ��������� TA K E XOT It; 10 11 ia I. .''/) days'- 'a f I er  flaf-e I infeti.l to apply to tin; Chief  Oommissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to cut ,'ln.l carry awny  tiinliei* from lhe following desciihe.l  lands situated in the Mii_* Uend District of East ICootonay: -On.r..ifPTiciiij_-  nt. a post, planted on file north hank of  t.je Coliiinliin river at the outlet of  Kiiihaskel. Lake and marked "A. .lohn-  miii's norlh-west corner": thencesoulli-  e.isterly alovig llu* south shore of  Kinliasket L-ikt* 170 chains: thence  .s.nilli-wpsterlv- 10 chains; thence  westerly SO chains, thence noithei-ly  along E. JI. jMlum's limit .s/l "flinin's  more or less to initial jiost.  Dated 20th April. IIX)|.  A..IOHXSON.  *-.vsi:._.-���������-_������.  7_k35^____sh_____;  ���������*gf<*~r  m


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