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 . c  \   !- V  ,<.'">  Vol   V. No  REVELSTOKE  C.     WEDNESDAY,   MAY 22, ]QOI.  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  C. B. HUME  &C0.  *c4tf4Ur*-*4*--*-e<t)<<r'4-**&tw*4^^  CHEAPER  EVER  BEFORE  A. Direct importation from  Kirkcaldy, Scotland, now in.  The Patterns are Prettier  than evc^ and the Price is  lower. They include a fine  line of Ingrains.  Come and' Examine  them.  ������������������SC*X_"������<s*S*S^  HATS  HATS  Gents'  Ladies'  Children's  Misses'  **"������SX&_'������S������������3^^  10  CASES 10  .Latest New York  We have no  hesitation   in  stating . that  Ave , have the'  prett}est and nobbiest lines  ever shown in this City.  IS  WHERE  WE   SHINE  Shall we write it down  I  We   wrnt   your Older   for  sevtral-reas-ms.���������  -- -  Because  We can save you money.  Because  We  can  please jou in  quality.  Because  We can ensure you good  service.  I  FRUITS  We   intend  giving special  ��������� attention    to  FRUIT   this  Summer   and   will have  them as fast ns they ripen.  Strawberries and Cherries  are arriving now.  t***fr>miMr&lkr>Ti������JriJr'i>r������P9������PP&)ri0*mi  C.B. HUME  &C0  AROUND THE YARD THE STRIKING  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  H is rumored at Windermere thnt  the V. P. II. will take over (he telegraph line when completed.  11. Ridgi-dnle has relumed from  Crauhrnok unil is now buck lit his old  post in iln> CIMt. nluip.i at Winnipeg.  P. H. Walnh, K. K. Si XV. agent nt  Knslci was married in Spokane last  AWdiiesdiiy to Miss Maggie ilrliarry  of (ik-nwood,' Wise.  Some tiavelliiiK niucliiiiislH who  iii-rivei^ in "Vinnipeg Lhis week obtained employment at the (J. 1\ It  shops, work being needed on the locomotives to keep tiallic moving.���������The  Voice.  All*. Barker, agent tor the C. P. R. al  Palliser, has gone to Chatham, O.it,,  on a month's leave. Il is understood  Mr. Barker will return with hit.  family. Air. Sharp is subbing for linn  while away.  B. Tomkins, formei'ly chief stowiu-d  of lhe C P. H. sleainbuals on interior  British Columbia, waters, and late  manager of the Crown Point hotel,  T.-ail, has gone to Phoenix, where he  manages thu Victoria, hotel for the  British Columbia Hotel Co.,.,  TheC. P. R. has just finished a  handsome office building near the  wharf at Kaslo. J. It. Crudge, who  held down the Sandon agency during  the disorganized days that followed  tho flre, is executive agent for the  company in Kaslo.  Engineer Jos. Barnes, who'for, a  number of years was running on the  C. & E. Ity. between Macleod and  Edmonton, and latterly has been pulling the passenger train west of Calgary, has returned to his old love, and  is again running on the C. &.Jf_.   '  - The United Brotherhood of Railway  Employes is a new organization, being  formed in tlie United States similar to  the American Railway Union formed  by Eugene V. Debs, and it is said it  will he'.-inuch.-mpre -powerful and,'-.fai*-  reachii.g"than the old organization.  The steamer Islander, thu finest and  best appointed passenger vessel oti the  North Pacific Coast, entered" upon the  northern service from Vancouver on  May 2'Jth. Since the pur.h <sb of the  C. P. N. Co.'s fleet hy the C. P.R.. the  Islander has been undergoing a refit-  tin*.; from stem to gudgeon.  The Not-lti Star,'No.'."47, (Winnipeg)  division, O.R.C. expect today to entei-  t.i" nthe delegation of railway' coi.-  due-tors, who are coming west from the  convention'at St. Paul. This evening  they are to be entertained at River  Park and the Alayor will be present to  deliver an address of welcome.  The machinists' strike, which has  Ixjen impending for some months, has  eau-ied a considerable movement  among American machinists, several  of whom have struck 'Revelstoke "and  obtained employment in the C. P.', R.  shops hare. The railway shops are  busy all over just now and the first  comers have foundno trouble in get  ting tv.irk. " *"��������� " ~-  The C.P.R. station at Slocan Junction took fire at 8 o'clock Friday  morning, and everything including the  i oinpany's books was consumed in  the flames. The fire originated by  iht* CIMt. telegraph wire: coining in  inula* t with the Bonnington Falls  ..vires. The ticket agent, J. G. CJark,  received an electric shock and has not  Recovered from it yet.' though' he is  able to be around.* ' .  , A C. P. R. section- crew,, at"; Col'ton-  dale, about flve miles*, west of Shields  on the Columbia & Western division,  had some doubts as to who was purloining the eatables. They kept  watch on the culprit, which turned  out to be a bear'of large size, and  killed it Alonday of last week. Bruin  weighed in the neighborhood of 450  pounds. Bears are frequently seen in,  the vicinity of Dog tunnel.  _ A letter from D. Stamper states that  he has been sent out by the grand president to help organize tbe track me 1  on the Maine Central and Boston principal roads. -He has been working  Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire and  part of Quebec. He has staitei new-  divisions of the B. R. T. at Cookshire,  Quebec, Bartlett, New Hampshire and  doubled the membership of Lancaster  division.���������Voice.  The C.P.R. station at Sp- n.-es Bridge  was burned last week. The origin* of  the fire is not known. The agent, Mr.  Maxwell left the station to attend tn  the delivery of fit irht in the freight  shed which is some distance from ihr  station, and on his return found his  oflice in flumes. Before leaving he  had plat* d a sum of money, about $100.  in a drawer in his desk tint the lire  had gained such headway that' he  could not enter to save it. All liool t  and p ipers were destroyed as well - a������<  everything else in the building. ���������" The  building was very old and of little  value. Spences Bridge, as the point of  departure for Nicola and Similkameen,  although a small place, does ennsidir  ablo business. The company w 1  build another station as soon as possible.  The Movement is Universal but  A Large Number of Shops  Have Already Made the Required Concessions.  The general strike of Iho employes  in the machinery nnd thu allied metal  trades throughout the country to enforce a nine-hour day wilh nn increase  of wages to meet the reduction in the  amount of wages, tank effect on Ainu  day.  R-ports-wori* received on Monday  hy President O'Connell of the National  Association of AlaehinisLs and other  ollicials, indicating thai a large number of establishments heretofore holding out against the demands of Lhe men  were making the necessary eonces-  ions. Mr. O'Connell said the reports  so f.u received were of a very ei.com*  aging nature. . Alore than 3,000 out of  12,000 machinests in the New York  district are on stiike, Many of the  employers in New York have agreed  to the workmen's request for a nine-  hour day  ,lu Jersey City the only men on  stiike are about forty employed in Lhe  small repair shops of the Central  railway of New Jersey.  About 00 per cent, of the machinists  employed    in   Boston    struck.     The  number of men involved is placed at  about 1,500. Shops employing aliout  050 men have granted the'new scale.  * Reports from Scranton, Newark,  ���������Seneca Falls, Cincinnati, Hartford,  Philadelphia, Cleveland, Detroit and  Milwaukee indicate that. Lhe machin-  i-ts' strike for nine hours is general.  'A special Victoiia wire to the' Province says: Troubles over the repairs  to the stea'm'er Oleiiogle which were  unable to be finished at Morans' in  Seattle, owing to the strike, are likely  to be continued here, although tlie  Vessel was towed heie on Saturday  under contract for completion by the  Albion Iron works. Thesame'day lhe  vessel wn9 towed over," agitators from  the Sound came also and 'urged the  local men_to refuse"to touch the-vessel  as a scab job.  "Alanager Seabrook of the Albion  Iron works had a long conference with  the men on Saturday night and offered to'pay them the same wages as was  demanded in Seal lie, namely $3.50 pei  day of eight hours, thus advancing the  pay and reducing the hours at the  same time.  Alust of the men are union men.  however, and "although believing  themselves justified to go on with the  w.o'rk refuse to do so until the order  to lift the boycott is given by the International union authorities.  A Mud    S^ie   and   its   Fatal  - Results���������Horrible Death of  .,- Brakeman Barney.  ��������� The Macleod Gazette of tho 17th,  says: Last week a very serious accident occurred on 'the Crow's .Nest Ry.  at.Elki.river._������.A_heavy__..freightiti'ain-  pulled by one of the big consolidated  engines now running on the road, ran  into a mud slide, and as a result went  into the Elk river, which at that point  4s about four feet' deep. The engine  turned a little more than on its side,  and"**is lying with. its fireman's side  down. The tank turned sideways behind the engine, and one box car was  carried forward until part of it rested  on.the boiler. It seems that the mud  slide carried out rthe track with it,  pointing it to the river.  ���������' Brakeman Barney was on the en-  gine_C94 when the accident occurred.  AVith these big engines the boiler runs  well back into the cab, and the brake-  man was sitting between it and the  side of the engine. When the engine  went over, he was caught, and pinned  underneath and instantly killed. At  last'account, which The .Gazette" received yesterday, the body of Brake-  man Barney had not yet been recovered, only his head and one hand be.'ng  visible. '   _    ^  Engineer "Wardman was at th  lever of the G!H when the smash came.  Fortunately for him, his side was on  top, so that he was thrown onto the  boiler.'instead of underneath. -When  the engine settled down, be broke the  window on his side of the cab and got  put. lt was a close shave but he was  not seriously injured. The fireman  whose name we have been unable to  ascertain, says the last he remembers  he was holding onto the coal gate on  the tender. When the "tender was  thrown sideways, he was thrown clear  of everything into the 'Elk river, and  swam out, not being very much the  worse for it.  /. Conductor O'Hagan was  in charge  of the train.  Brakeman Barney was a son of  Engineer Barney, who is running on  the Crow's NestRy. To him and the  family and friends of the deceased,  The Gazette extends its sincere sympathy.  The Quarantine.  Exaggerated reports, have heen  spiead outside with regard to the outbreak of small pox heie, for which  there is no foundation. The clisent-e is  well under control.. A quarantine  camp has been established well out of  town in whiih suspects will be detained until pionouiiced out of danger.  The city itself has no new cases and  there is no quarantine on travellers  entering or leaving.  Trip to Tete Jaune Cache  Cl. B. N.igle, Tom Edwards and J.  XV. Jackson returned on Friday evening' from an "exploring" expedition  which took them as funis Tete Jamie  Cache. They made the trip by boat  for the most of the way. Mr.Nagle  considers that tho Canoe river might  be made navigable for a small steamer  for quite a distance, if the big log jam  about 40 miles from lhe mouth was  removed, but there are" some pretty  sh'irp turns in tho stream." Thu fiats  about the mouth of Canoe river are  good rich land suitable for agriculture.  The timber is good up as far as Glacier  creek, but above that is small and  scrubby and much bin nt' over. There  are signs of settlement in two or three  places up the river and horses wintered out and came out fat. At Tele  Jaune Cache is an Indian, settlement.  Air. N.igle was informed that Evans of  Golden, intended to bring in machinery to work what seemed to be a free  milling proposition ou Goat creek this  year. The party were away nearly a  month, since April 22nd and made a'  i ecord ti ip for time. * ''  Suspension of the Work Only  Temporary and Operations  Will Start This Week.  Manager Molson Transferred.  The Hkrald regrets to announce  that Revelstoke is about to lose Mr. J.  D. Molson. manager of th'/Molsons  Bank here, who will leave at once for  Montreal to open a bram-h'of the bank  in one of the suburbs. Mr.'Molson his  been a lesidentpf.Revelstoke-since the  hank was opened heie in '09 and he  and Mrs Molson have been identified  with the life ofthe place ever since.  Air. Molson has been sidesman and  churchwarden "of S^. Peter's-chuich  and his" departure', will" be greatly  regretted by the congiegation. However, it is possible' that Montreal as-a  place of residence has ppintjrin fits  taviir "as coiiipai-ed-'tvith-rRevelssnke  and while the-HKRALD is'sorry to see  Air. -Molson go, we congratulate him  at the same time oh his transfer to the  centre of Canadian things commercial  and hope that it will lie a step to "still  fuilhei- 'advancement. - Air. Molson  will be succeeded as manager by Mr.  AIcT3elh. accountant of the Winnipeg  branch, who will take over here before  Air. Alolson leaves.  Thn Nelson and Ilossland papers  received lieie oii Sal unlay evening  brought llio very unsatisfactory intelligence that work nu the Lai denu  branch, which had jusL been let lo  Lai son, Welch Si Stewart had been  suspended by a telegram received  from Montreal' liy J. (J. Snllii-.in,  district construction engineer for the  Pacific division. Various were llio  lonjeclmes indulged in as lo Ihe  reason for the sudden clviuge o[ plans  on the pint of the C. P. It. head olflce.  It Uu ns o,ut however that tlie suspension is only temporary. Tho Rossland Aliner of Sunday says :  '���������The C. P. It. will build" lhe Lardeau  railroad. This statement is made on  he strength of a telegram received  from Lhe head ollice of the construction  depiut ment at Montreal by Mr. John  G. Sullivan, district crnsti-ucliun  engineer for the Pacific division. Mr.  Sullivan was in the city vest ei day  again and divulged the factth.it lie  had heard from the head, oflice as  above. The hitch in the proceedings  arose out of a misunderstanding with  regard to the contract. Air. P. Welch,  the well-known contractor, "supposed  that he had obtained lhe contract and  visited the scene of operations, going  so far as to sublet a considerable portion of the work to Porter Bi others &  Carlson. Someone bad blundered,  however, and pending an arrangement  the work w.is shutdown. Air. Sullivan  amis unable Lo state when Ihe 'matter  would be arranged, but ventured the  opinion lhat three or four days would  be occupied in settling the contract  question. He believes lhat hy the end  of this week construction will be  under way. '  " The C. P. R. will utilize eight miles  of the grade const.ucted (wo years  ago, This section*exlends.friiiii Lardo  to'the. junction, of., the.' Liirdeau.-aiul  Duncan'.liveis. The balance ��������� of the  old grade extends north on the Duncan  to Duncan City, then crossing a pass  by a three per cent grade to the Lai-  deau valley. By keeping to the valley  of the Lai dean river throughout the  heavy grade is avoided and a moie  direct route to Tiout lake seem ed." The  company will lay Lhe steel on the com  pleted portion of the work -it onto and  the supplies and material required for  the completion of the grade will le  brought in by train. It is estimntcd  Lhat il' Iho woik is started on within  (lie next week or so in earnest that the  trains will In* running through lo  Tiout lake by Noveiiih������i*. Repoi t has  it Lln.l, the C. P. R. will place a  steamer, pi nimbly the tug Proctor  now plying out of Nelson, on Trout  lake wilh a transfer barge, thus giving  Trout Like Cily direct connection  with Kootenay Like."  WILL BE SETTLED  Demands of Machinists   Being  Conceded.  Methodist Conference.  Below i.s a copy of the*final draft of  lhe station list as far as Kamloops ancl  Kootenay districts aie all'ected:  Kamloops district���������Kamloops, Jas.  AV Wood; Nicola, Ceo. A. Ci-opp: Salmon Arm, XV. I). Alisener; Revelstoke,  U. Jj.'idner; Trout Lake City, Sam -J.  Green; Golden, Ito-.it. Si. Laidlej;  Enilciby, Robt. Mclnlyro; John E  Knscm.'in, supernumerary; Vernon,  Jas, P. Westiiiini; Okiinagan, Geo, E.  Smith; Ashcioft. to be supplied; Jas.  Turner, superannuated; Lillooet, Jno.  II. Wright; Thompson River, and  Caiilioo Lo besupplied;"Princeton to be  supplied Irom Nicola. C. Lad ner, chairman: Jas. P. Westman. financial  seeiet.iry.  Kootenay District���������Nelson, Jas. H.  While; Kaslo. S. J. Thompson; Sandon, Juo. S. Pye; New Denver, A. E.  Rolierts; Slocan City, F. S. Okell;  CiMiibtouk, J. W.Bowering; Fernie,  R. F. Stillman; Michel, T. H. Wright;  Rossland, A. Al. Sanford; Tiail, A.  Stonuy; Grand "Folks, J." F." Betts.  Greenwood, J. D. P. Knox; Phoenix:  G. 13. R, Kinney; Ainsworth to be  supplied I'i om Kaslo; Moyie and Ymir  nnd Kiiiiberley, one to be sent. Ja*?.  H. White, chairman; A. AI. Sanford,  financial secietarv. * '  Silver Bell.  A. W. Alcfutosh. who has been doing  some woik on the Silver Bell claim,  about A miles" o-ver from the Standaid,  whicli he'iind others recently acquired  froin the. locator, -H. *Morris, has uncovered a very considerable body of  nice looking galena in the tunnel...    --  .   The Standard Basin  '. W. H." Wilcox came in from the  Standaid Basin on Alonday evening.  Woik is still being prosecuted on the  lower tunnel, which is now in 4'3S feet.  The indications were that the-lead  was very close when Mr. Wilcox left  and he expects Lhey have broken, inio  il by this time,  ���������>������������������������@������<������e������������^  BIG R  FOR THE NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS  1_i8iJjl  Bourne Bros, having decided to remove their 1  I Stores on the corner of Mackenzie Avenue and J  1 First Street we will commence a Big" Removal |  I Sale to reduce the stock before moving".  i BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS  Men's Rjmishirsgs  Dry Goods  Carpets and Curtains  Men's and Boys Clothi  Boots and Shoes '  Hats and Caps  House Furnishins, Etc, Etc.  1 BARGAIN PRICES FOR GASH 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.  MRS* MCKINLEY CONVALESCENT  Laid Off at   the   Le   Roi,-Indian   Outbreak   in   Wyoming-.-A     Foolhardy  Venture.���������Explosion  in    Pekin Italy  Demands Satisfaction.���������Cigar Makers  Start for Themselves.���������Fatal Fall of  a Wall in Chicago.  Washington', ilny 22-.Ybo.it 1.000  firms have already granted lhe de-  Hi.iiKla of the striking muthiiiLsts.  The men out today nunibei* about  ���������jO.000. Govvi-t.incut work and most  railway shops mc not aHec-ted by the  stiike. Ht-ports indicate an e.u-ly  settlement of the strike. Over 120  firms Rianted the nine hour day yesterday.  One man w.is killed, one fatally  injured and six others injured by the  I'.illins of a wall at Chicago ye-,terday.  The members of the Ci^arinakers  Union at Montreal, who recently  stiuck, have formed a company to  manufacture cigars.  Tho steamship Anglo-AMc-in has  sailed from Montreal for Capetown  with 7,*>0Canadian horses on board.  200 Chinese were killed or wounded  by" an   explosion  at   the   arsenal   ia ���������  Pekin on May  lolh.     ilany Germans  were   also'   wounded.       The    Boxer  movement south  of P.io Ting Fu   is-  being sjHjpdily quelled. ' *   --  Italy has .demanded satisfaction"  rrom.,Turkey for the death of an -  Italian, who was shot by the Sultan's  order on suspicion'-;of " heing an  emmiss.fry of the ToiingTurkey party.  Despatches in- brief. '  ..-_?"L,.'?.'-^y^i"-w llj'*".c,omil*-o jvapji'ly-.*.  convalescent and the presidental party  will leave San Francisco for -Washing-  tori ne_.tSatiird.-iy.  -    ���������     '       -; '���������  i.  3. C. Vdss and Norman Luxton  sailed yesterday for Australia-in an  Indian war canoe". 40Veet long. V6������������i  is-a* hotel man and Luxton a newspaper man, formerly of Winnipeg.  One hundred   and   thirty   men   are-  laid  off  at   the   Le   Roi   mine today  owing _.to.[the   closing  down   of  the  Xoi thport smelter through trouble between the smelter foremen and men.  An   Indian  outbreak is  imirent on' "  this   Sheshone    reserve,     Wyoming.  0000 Arapahoes have  defied tbe  authority   of  the   Indian agent,   who has  called for ti oops.  ORDER RAILWAY  CONDUCTORS  *The-Question--of a-Federation^-of-  . Trainmen Discussed.  Formany hours on last Wednesday  the delegates to the O.R.C. convention  at St. Paul discussed in an almosr,  heated manner the question as lo  whether or not "a federaliou of nil  train men should be formed. By the  term federation is meant the joining  in one organization of all the trainmen  throughout the country, no mailer  whether they are switchmen, engineers or conductors. _      . .  The objection made by a number of  delegates, present at the conductors'  convention was to the elFect that if  such ai lion wns Uken in the case of a  strike being declared it was ot serious  import.  The argument was adduced that  under such conditions it was possible  for two-thirds of the organization to  declare a strike for the benefit of a  certain class - of trainmen, when  possibly the other branches of the  order were.notin sympathy with such  a movement:.  Card of Thanks.  The brethren of Gold Range Lodge,  Knights of Pythias,-, at their regular  meeting on "Wednesday evening last,  iuianip.ou_.ly passed tlie following  resolution: That the thanks of this  lodge lie extended to the ladies and  gentlemen���������not forgetting the little  folks���������of Revelstoke and Kamloops  for the kind services rendered on the  occasion of the complimentary supper  and concert to the Grand Lodge  officers and delegates on Tuesday-  evening the Mth inst.. all of which  wis gratefully appreciated: and that  this resolution be entered in " the  minutes of the lodge and inserted in  the local newspapers.  For Sale.  OneKarn Piano, one O.ik Dining  R'.om Suite and one Oak Bed Room  Suite.     Apply   at     Herald   office.  May 18.   3c  ' - v  I   -l-    7 I  *' <-s  *������  ���������-���������I  -ft  --*��������� ���������  Jr  .-���������Si ! IL-  lien's Ijfottriial,  rubliilied By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing iMrei'Uir.  A Semi-Weekly Journal j.nbllilieJ ln llie  interests ot tlie railwav men. minlnK men and  fcu-lnr-*3 men ol tlie Weil. l>a>s ui Publication  W*JneiJay and Saturday.  -.DYEP.TI.IN'-,   P.tTE*!.  Display ad-., fl..jO per ineli; hiiiRlf foluinn,  12 l>-������r inch when inserted on title i>ori*  Legal ad-,., 10 penis per Ineli (nonpariel) line  lor first insertion; 6 rents lor each aditilionnl  insertion. Local notices 1(1 cents per line each  l-5Ue. Birth, Marriage and Death Notice*,  free.  SL'BSCIIIITIOS   HATES.  By mail or carrier, fl per aiinuin; fl.'ij for  rti months, strictly in advance.  Ol'R JOB DEPARTMENT.  Is one ol the t������osi equipped priiiilnj_ofliees in  tbe \V*-_-i and prepared to execute all kinds of  priming fn lirsielass style at honest prices,  unr i-rlce to all. No Job too large���������none l<i������  siaall���������for us. Mall orders promptly ullciidcd  to.   <Jiv������ ns a trial on yonrncct order.  to cop.Rr-sPosnr.sTs.  We Invite cjirrespondenco on any sul-JeiM  of intere-l to the general public. In all cases  lhe bona tide name of the writer must accom*  ���������panv manuscript, bin not necessarily for  -publication.  .lddre������s all communications to the >IniiB*_er.  tame of the (*\pir.iliiin of one h,ill'of  tbe count il teitn ol ullke and we have  .rid l.o estimate*, ol what lhe I'ubli'  Woll s-toiiiiiiiltee pinpos-e lo do .mil  the qui'Mioii ol the eUeiiMiin ot tin  wateiwoiks system i--, w.th tin*exception of Col. Triu y'������ repoit, exactly in  tlie position il win in at lhe beginning  of the year. This is mil business and  the fanll lies, us wi'said before, with  rhe rniiiiniltres.  ������8m*w^������^^  NOTICE TO COKRF-SI-ONDEST**.  corresi*oinlenoe    must   bo  legibly  1.���������All       .  *������ iltten on one side nf the paper only  ���������J.���������Corresf-ondenc*- containing personal  matter must If: sit'ticd uitti Hie proper -mine  ni lhe writer.  i'.. i.. OP. OCAS',  Kdit.jr.  Al KX. LUCAS,  Travelling Agent.  Wednesday. May 22ml. "���������*>!.  TIIE PASSING SHO'*'.  The    news   published    in    another  roluniii that thc Dominion government  ha= decided to iiuthovize a bounty  on  lead refined in Canada from Canadian  mined and smelted ore  will   be hailed  with   gratification   by everyone intei-  esied in the silvei-'.ead mining industry  in   Kootenay.    It  is  thf first piece of  rvidenie to  hand tlmt the Dominion  authoiities- recognize    the   immense  importance of   the oil vei-lead deposits*,  ofthe district.   There is nothing like  them in any mining country on  earth.  But from one cause and  another,  the  low price of silver, ilitliciilties of transportation, the recent di up in lead,  tin  vagaries of our provincial legislators-,  and  last  but   not least   lhe ciii&hing  blow   administered   by    the    smelter  trust, silver-lead mining in  Kootenay  is  expiring  of inanition.   It  is   time  that   something  should   be'"tfc'ine  to  revive it  and   although tlie  IlEitAM)  regards this bounty on lead as merely  a   cabinet  expedient to   avoid   really  grappling with   the   issue,  which can  only  be done by establishing government owned smelters and refineries in  the dUtiict, still it is   something  and  the   people  at Ottawa can  haidly be  blamed for not seeing any further into  the   matter  than   the  delegation   of  Kootenay    mining    men    did   themselves.  How about that hospit-il ?  We have  got  our  building   appropriation   and  maintenance grant from lhe provin-  i ial government.   The question of the  site i*. -is good as set tle.U   Now  what  are  we   waiting   for?   Our  esteemed  coiiteinpnriiry has assured  the public  ih.it    the   association   nre   "working  along   quietly.     Xi>   doubt   I hen   the  ���������subscription   list has   been hugely,   if  quietly, increased and the directors of  tho association have everything right  lo   hand   to   begin   the   work  on the  building, as soon as ever they can  get  a title to the site.    If however things  hnve not   yet reached  this  desitable  stage and, we must confess, we do not  think   they   have,   then   the Hkiialp  would   suggest less  quiet   and   more  energy.  An excellent beginning would  be a meeting ofthe association and the  appointment, or a good   active  sec-re*  l ary,     without   which    adjunct    no  hospital project can hope to become a  Micress.     When   appointed   his   Hi-st  work should be to put the  finances  of  the scheme on a satisfactory footing so  that as soon as ever the site question  is settled there need be no unnecessary  delay in getting to work on  the building.    This  hospital   business made   s*.  good   start.     It   is   a   pity   that   the  public interest in   it has   been let d.e  out ami will now have to be revived.  State Bounty on Canadian Lead  Refined in Canada.  The visit of the Kootenay delegation  lo Ottawa has been effective.' On  1-Viday night Mr. Fielding gave notice  of a resolution to aid the lead industry  in British Columbia, as follows:  "Resolved that it is expedient to  provide .as follows in order to encourage the refining of lead in Canada;  "That thc Governor in Council may  authorize the payment of the undermentioned bounties on lead refilled in*  C'niiiiila from material pro.lured in  Canadian siu-ltera from Canadian  ore:  "On every tun nf lead .s.i lvlint'il during 1!X)2, $5.  "On every dm in 1!):KI. $1.  "On every Ion ill 1!)0-I. $.'!.  "On every ton in I'.HiTi. $'2.  "On every tun iu l!Hi(i. $1.  The lnnint.it***. -i!ia!l be  payable  half-  yearly on the lirst   days'  of   July   and  .January' the total sum payable not tu  exceed $11)0.0110 in any.   year.      If   the  sum at the rate per ton  mentioned ou  lead refined during the half of any calendar year shall exceed  $50,000,   then  and in such cases the  bounty  payable  in respect of such half year, not  more  than $.'i0,0(0.  "If the sum paid for s-iichliounty in  any half-yen* shall be le.-.-. than SfT>0,-  00'), the unpaid balance being the  difference between the sum so paid  and $.*}0.f00 shall he carried to thecredit  i.f the bounty fund for the next  succeeding half year, and may be paid  out iu such succeeding half year in  addition tu the $.*>(>.00<l hereinbefore  provided. All bounties cease on  December..I. 1000."  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RESERVED FOR  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, E  Revelstoke  Station.  *���������"*������������������������.  WHAT THE I. A.  OF M. DEMANDS  A. N. SMITH  BAKER,  COSFECTIOXKIt,  anil eaterer J.tc.  NOT FEASIBLE  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  .  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  t-li-i.ee  in Albany butanpai-  o '  was not  ever,   awaie   that   the  One of the most widely extended  strikes in .the. industrial industry of  America began on Monday. At some  points as at Seattle and Tacoma the  strike began before the appointed day  and in .some as on the S.ir.tn Fe railway the demands of the machinists  were conceded befare that date but as  a general ..rule throughout* the States  and-Canada* all union .men belonging  to ��������� the International Association of  Machinists and working foi private  firms" went out on Monday last. It is  curious the way in which the occur  ence has taken the press by surprise  and how little aware, in spite of ample  warning, the newspapers of both  ~toTiiilT'ies fceeiif-to-have-been-oi"lht*  gravity of the struggle which has been  impending for months. The P 1 had  columns of giaphic desciiption of the  ���������.-aruiens'  f.ntly  Seville machinists bad gone out at all.  while the good old Colonist is all in a  t wilier of agilalioii and surprise,  besides living 'entirely wrong in its  facts-. Diietly. lhu machinists ol  America aie demanding conditions  with legald to hours and wages  exactly tbe same as lheir fellow work-  his, the printers, have enjoyed fur the  last ten yciti-s and it looks very much  lo the Hkh.m.diii if tli<>y will probably  get them.  Whilst agreeing lhat the mayor aud  AM. McLeod had good giound foi  leijuestii.gii week'-f delay befoie hein-i  asked to come to a decision on the  question of the proposed extension to  thewateiwoiki". the Hkkai.U hopes to  have to chronicle uo more appeals  for delay coming from :my member ol  the Puhlic Works or File, Water and  Light committees. They have had  over six week to ieach some decisii-n  and simply done nothing. They have  nut even yet made up lheir minds as  to whether Col. Tracy's plan as a  v. hole or in part is to be adopted or  noil 'Thepresent council went into  office full of resolutions to do business  promptly aud satisfactorily and has  i ntirely failed to live up to them. The  ration* committees have not, with tho  exception of the" finance committee,  lieen at all prompt in reportii g on  matteis of any importance with which  they were entrusted with tbe handling.  W<* are now   -within   measurable   dis-  A Nine Hour Day and an  Increase of 12 1-2 Per Cent  Wages. Overtime, Apprentices and Grievances Regulated  The following .ultimatum has been  drawn up by tbe I. A. of >M. and sent  to the manufacturers who are not  employing men in conformity wilh the  requirements of the union : -  1. Machinists���������A machinist i.s classified as a competent general workman,  competent floor hand, competent liilhe  hand, competent vise hand, competent  planer hand, competent simper hand,  competent milling machine hand, competent slotting machine hand, competent die sinker, competent boring mill  hand, competent tool maker and a  competent linotype hand.  2. Hours���������Nine hours shall constitute a day's woik after May 20, 1001.  This arrangement of hours, however,  is not to interfere in any way wilh  .-.hops wheie a less number of hums  per day is already in operation.  3. Overtime���������All overtime up to 12  o'clock at night shall be paid for at a  rate of not less than time and one-  half time and ujl overtime after 12  o'clock midnight. Sundays and legal  holidays shall be paid I'or at not less  1 ban double time. The foregoing rates  are not lo interfere in any way .with  the existing conditions ; that is, where  hi her rates than above is p'lid. no  leduilion shall take place.  ���������I     Night liangs���������All machinists em  p'.oyed-oii-nighl-gaug---or---shifts-sha.il  receive   overtime   in   accoidance with  section three for all boms worked over  ;"il per week.  5. Appientices���������There maybe one  appientice for the shop and in addition not more th-iti one apprentice to  every five machinists. Il is understood  i.iat-iu shops where the ratio is more  than the above, that no change shall  take ptaca until the ratio has reduced  itself to the proper number, by lapse  or by the expiration of existing contract-*.  0. Wages���������jVu increase of V2\ per  cent over the present rale is hereby  tequi-.lL.il. to take effect May 20,  lOOl.  7. Grievances���������In case of a grievance arising the firm must agree to  receive a committee oft heir uiachinist-  ���������O investigate and if possible adjust  the sunn'. If no adjust ment is reached  the case shall be rtferred to the above  lo'inpaiiy and the repiesenlatives of  the International Association of  Machinists. If no satisfactoi y settlement can then be agreed upon, the  whole subject matter shall be -submitted tu 11 board of arbitration, consist  ing or five persons, I wo to be selected  by thu company, two by the lodge uf  thu International Association of  Machinists and four to choose the  fifth arbiter and the decision reached  by this board is to be binding on b >tb  patties '.o this agreement.  Order of Railway  Telegraphers  Not in Sympathy.  President M. M. Dolphin, of the  Order of Kail way Telegraphers, who  has just returned to the headquarters  of that organization"!!) St. Ijouis from  a business trip through the East, when  ���������liowu a dispatch stating that the  order is interested in the establishment  of an organization similar to this old  railway union on the Pacific coast,  said:  "The Order of,Railway Telegraphers  is never officially or otherwise connected with such ji movement. It is*  true that some of our local officers in  San Francisco were connected with  the movement, and they were, removed  from oflice by me a few days ago on  that account.  "The. plan of organizing allemployes  into one organization is not feasible,  and it is my belief that it  never will be. The old class organizations which are now in existence  and have been for years have accomplished n g.ie.itdeal of good fur Ihe  railway employes, and there is no  reason why thev should not continue'  to do so. I will leiterate that we have  not only not aided or abetted ibentw  movement, but tint we shall noi  recognize it in any way."  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  ���������������������������i**4"***'������"*������'***4".*������'*f**^W'*f-^****^^  PATRONIZE  ..HOME INDUSTRY,  A.NU SMOKF.-.07    '  Our Special  and Union  .   Cigars  S   ' UNION  LABOR |  g  RRVKLSTOKK OK*AII   iXVFG. g  2 COMPANY, 2  Z   llevelsioke Stiilion. Z  ���������tf*^**-^*******-*****^**-^**"*-*'**^  P03:!rx Revelstoke, B.C.  "^',t^."i-i">._":"'"7'"^ r^r^.w j^Kwi-jTaji-w c^������e*rsK*������!K  m  m  m  fr*;*;������.;^'^^  ���������^���������^C'-jfl'S^  mi  Wholesnle and  Retail  Dea'ers  ..S3-  . m  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.  . MUTTON.   - SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.    ���������  'm  THE CITY EXPRESS  ���������   E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of pari-el**,' bUKgagp, elc.  10 any part of the eily  ****'M-*_rt*-"'l''M***M-^  fr     ��������� . *  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.   - '     -  Any Kind of Transferring  .   Undertaken  \11 orders left at lt. M. FmytlieN Tolineen  f-'torc, or by Telephone No." will receive prompt  attention.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, GICARS  Large,  tight bedrooms.  "Rates ?i_ a day. '--   . '  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop.  Rates:   $1.60 per day.  Good accommodation. _A good-Bar, well siip-jlicd ihrith  .   Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.;-   .'���������  Free Bus Meets. Ail, Trains.  %  Brb wii ;&:' G-uerin'":.-: Props. |  ******,?*******************************************+*  Sized up hy its Newspaper.  We observe that our esteemed con  temporary, the Revelstoke Hki.jW.d  has enlai-geil, and prest-nts not only a  neat typographical appearance, hut  i'k truly metropolitan in propr.rUons.  Kevelstoke is to lie congratulated  along with the Hkrald, for there is no  surer indication of thc growth and  prosperity of a community than when  reflected in the business like appearance ofthe paper printed within its  l'.inits. It is a sure barometer. TI e  Herald is all right and so is the town  in which it is published.���������Trail   Sewn  Fatal Plunge Into Michel Creek.  The Fort Steele Prospector gives  these fmtlier parlic-iilnrs aliout the  accident on lhe Crow on Friday. 10th  inst:  On Friday of lust week ii serious  accident on the Crow's Nest branch,  caused a_bi*iikeiiiHii_to lose his life, and  an engine Lo drop thirty feet into  Michel cteek. An east bound train  "was rounding a curve when it struck  a piece of track that.bad been pushed  out by a land slide. A brakeman  named B.irney who was in the engine!  cab, was carried down with the engine. ;  his body was not recovered. It. is said ;  that the accident was unavoidable.  <HI)  /<^il  MaraGaibo  Chocolates  A   FRESH  STOCK   OF  COSFI-UTION".*"    .  jii>*t opened  Baby's Own  Cough Syrup  A prompt relief for Croupy coughs  25C A'BOTTLE  FIELD & BEWS  Drugi*i-t*. ami ������ tutioncrs,  TilkWiose-18.        '-Brown Block.  Jas. I. Woo'drow  BUTCHER  i  CANADA.' !  VltOVINOK OF UUTTISM '        j  coh:.m������ia. ;  ...mVARO'Vjr . by the Grace of God, .  nf tin* I'niticl Kingdom of (Trent 1  Itiil.iin and II eland. Kl.vts. j  Lt*'"endi*i* of tlie F.titli, &c.,ik..Ai',  To all to whom the**e piesents sha.I ���������  cnine���������-GRl'.KTfSli. !  ^   A PROCLAMATION. j  D. M. HisKin-rt. 1 WI1KRKAK it. is  Attorney-General I deemed desirable  that Friday and Situniay. tin* 2llht  and illh day*, of -M.iy, A.I). 11)01. j  should be appointed ami set apart as j  public Iiulid.iy*) tlimngho'it the pro-1  viineor Bril i������b Columbia : i  NOW KNOW YK lh.it We, by nnd:  wilh tbe advise of Om* Kxecutive)  ("ntmcil f������f Orili-h Columbia, have ���������  thought lit to appoint, ind do hereby [  appoint, Fiiday and Saturday. Hie;  2lt.li and 25th days of May, A.I>. 15X11. .  lo be observed ijiroiighiiiit out Pro-  vin'-e of British Columbia a.s public  hoi days. ,  Lv Testimony Wiikiikof. We have  i-nuicd these our letters fo be  liinib* patent, and the Great Seal  of the Province of British Columbia to be hereunto ailiixed :  VVitskhs. His Honor The Honorable Georok Anthony Walk km.  tie Administrator oftheGovern-  nn n of Our said Province of  British Columbia, in Our City of  Victoria, in Our said Province.  this-18th dav of Mnv. *n thn year  of Our Lord one thousand i.i ie  teen hiindied-aud one, and in the  first year of Our lleign.  By Command.  ' J. D. PRENTICB.  Provincial Secietary.  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  ] Fish and Game in Season....  f'orncr flow-la*  Kln*.'.'"treelK  Allordf'rs promptly nile'l.  REYEfeSSOKB. B.C.  BEDRAGGLED SKIRTS  Tills isSlinnl weather on those lieiuitlfnl '"  while  .-kirls:   makes   tlieni   illrty   nil ,"���������  . Hrniiml the huttoin*���������*.n you'll not wiint. *  to wash tlii'in yourself.  We wimt  thetn-for   yon,   though.  Wc  U.'llll   I"    niiikc   Uiimii   cleiin    Rllll ;*  lirichi inul iresh.      We iniikenll llncn-  look fre-li uii'l swoct.  FAYETTE BUKER.   '  H.G. PARSON  #1  i  iSHfr-     !  P  R  I  N  T  Note Heads, Bill Heads  Letter Heads, Statements  Knveiopes, etc., etc. in  an up to date, clean and  attractive manner. Send  to us for your next printing. We are sure we  will {jive you satisfaction.  Thc   Revelstoke Hcarld  Printing and  Pub.   Co.,.  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  THE MOLSONS BANK  lNrOItl'OKAll'U  HY ACT Ol*' IMRr.rAjrK.ST, 18UJ.  HEAD   OPFIOE:   3sZ:03SrrrE/_H3-A.Xj  Paid up Capital        -        ...        .        $2,500,006. ' ' '  Rest Fund    -       -       -       - *    - - 2,050,000  * '   .    ' DIIIECTOHS:  Win, M'i'-=:vi M '--i'i.*!**-!!!;. President; . S. II. Eivinij. Vice-President  W. iM._I! mi-ny.      S inmel JTmli'v.      J. P. Olet>*liori!,   '  _  *   II   AJ.n '-i.iiid .Mnlson.-     Ll..J-Oo"l.*F. C. Ilensdia.v.   "       '   ���������  .l.iiiic-** I'"l.l.iOT'j', General Milliliter.       -,     ..       -.--  A Keiu'ril 'ji:i':in; :> i*,ine*>*> irnnsiicted.       -Interest nlloweil ht current rates.  .(H)'  A GOOD  Is better than riehes   ...���������_.   . .. '.  Wo have tlio name nf.ini.kfni;  ,      the only Biflish .Suits In Town ,  ���������for   durability   unil "i|iinllir  .they, also.l*xi,*l*I.    ���������-"    . -   -.."  .TRY ONE  RS. -WILSON  Next the McCarty, Block.  R. HOWSON & CO'Y..  Undei-takSng'  ANIl  .  Embalming.  Retail dealers in Furniture  MACKKNZIK AVE.  H SPRING and SUMMER  Millinery  REVELSTOKE, B. Cr  ?S        ������The Latest and Most  ���������|| ' StylUh Mats.  sf-J     Trimmed and Untrimmed  igf  Madison   Millinery   Parlors..  jj Misses Shepard & Bell  *jjS McKenzie Avenue      od'-3  mm  1,  'ft s  ({  }m  }Ai  i  1  (iWi  4  AND SOO UNE.  FIRST CLASS SLEEPERS OK  ALL TRAINS.  TOURIST, CARS TO  St. Paul    _.-'_':    .     Daily  "* - *C)-  Montreal and Boston  -   Fridays  Toronto - Sundays and Tuesdays  Trains for KOOTENAY  POINTS leave Revelstoke^; 10. '  Main, '-Line -Trains leave  Revelstoke: Eastbound 8.20,  Westbound 17.30.  H  1  I  m  m  ���������m  i  1  1  ���������1  f  -ll  'ill  Giifc  For all  infornlation,   paro^i  lets, etc. f apply .to  - /  T. BRADSHAW,  Asvnt, -tnafttoka.  E. P. C0TU7  nxt.y-Jt^^maatte,\VOi  pj*   *>JF\4**-**.*ftr-.-  Mm  mmam  ������K___e  MA- T   "if. SC0T1'  rnriister.   Solicitor,    Notary   l'nhlic,   i:te  JicKcn/lo Avenue, UoviMolte -elation,  llonei loloan.  TJAHYJ.Y, M'CAr.TEl & PINKHAM  Ban I ten*, Solicitor'. Etc.  Solicitor*, fur Imi ci nil Hank ol Canada.  Coinpanv  funds to loan iitSpenent  1"ih**t fcii-.I-F.r, Re\el*.toke Station, B. C.  MEDICAL.  T    W. Cl'O*"-',    Ollke:     Mni'l-oii/lo  -.iinne,  r.evelstokc, B C  &(IIUU'ON' '10 TIIK C  I'. U,  Jlealtli Ollicer, cu. of RccUtoke  t=  CHURCHES  MnnonisT ciiuik ii, hkveutokk.  l'loartiine .enicea al 11 a. m. and 7:.W p. m  Class ineciiiiK nl the close of the morniiin  vcnlce. **iil*ljiiiii si hool and Bible Clas" at3:.n  Weekly I'niver Meeting eery \\ edni_.-ilii>  cipnln's at "i H 'lhe public are conliallv  liiMteil.   beats iree  Ue\.S. J. Thomp-iON, Pastor.  ST   ri-TKll's OIUKI1I,  AMIUI VN  KiRlit a in , llolv Km-liarl**!; 11 a.m , matins.  ] itanv anil sciniMi (Holy Luchiirlst lirst Sun-  ilm in iho month); 'i:.i.i Sunday si hool, or  children's-.cruec; 7\.il Evensong (choral) inul  smiion. Molt Daxs���������'! ho Holy ..ui-lnirist i  celehnitediu 7 a in. or 8 a ni , as announced.  llolv lhiptimn alter bniulay Si hool iu3:lo  f A. i-koiumkii, Keeior.  I'llK-UlVD'HIAS   I HUM II.  Fervid* cvcr\ S-uiuliiv al 11 a in. ami 7-HO p m  to hInch all are welcome. . l'rajer ineiMiiiK al  Up. in every Wciliicudiiy. -     _  HU' w. c. CAI.UER.-I'astor.  HOMtN   CATHOLIC CHURCH  Mass   at Id W  ii.Jni .   on   hrst,  second  ami  fourlh Siiiuiaii In rhe mniitli. ,*  '     'Itl'V.   flTIIEIt   THAVF.ll.  Sll.VATION   AllVIV.  Meeting everv night in their  Hal! cn  From  Sired.  Certificate of Improvements  ���������ETOTIQ-E..  I AST OH AN' mineral claim, situate in  the lardeau Mining Division of West Kootenav District  Where located:   On r.cv.ingtoii Mountain.  TAKE NUJ'ICE that I.F. C. 0recti, of Nelson,  ���������icting as agent fur .1. A. Magee, F M. C. II  15, .)(,, ,lain'*s Tweedie. 1' M U��������� II 15,51.!, anil  U H.lln:ehlnsonFreo .Miiier'sCertillcate No II,  l",."I.I, intend, sixti dtiisfioni ti,e date hereoi.  to apply to the Mliiin-f Keeorder for a ci rtlh  i*aio ol improvements, for the purpose ot  obtaining a Hi own Riant of the uhuvo claini  j*iiid further take nonce thai nctlon,  iin.lei  .eciuiii   .17,-.must   be   coiniiieneeil  before  the  issuance of such certificate oi Improvements.  Dated this Kith day ol March, I'HM.  F. U. GKI-.I.X,  mar 20-2 in w P   L. S.  KOTiGE.  TAKE NOTIlT 11> it 30 davs after date 1 intend to apply lo the Ulnef Ci.iiiinis������ioncr of  Lauds and Winks for pei im���������ion to cut and  carry.iviav timber fiom the following lie-cubed lands situated in the Ilig Uend Di-lucLoi  West ICootcni.v Coi'iiucncins .it n pu-t  planted on the wet hack of the Uoluiiibi.ini ei*  near the mouth of r-einiinir Creek and niiukcd  "It. Jtlackinon *. noith e.ist cornri". them e  westerly 80 eh-i'ii*., thence southeilv 11>I olinin*-:  thence i-.i-.tpil*. Nl chain- to tlie i.'3-l bank of  the (.'olunihm met , thence uoillmli .ilong  said hank IliJ ch un- lo the poinl of comment e  uu nt.  Dated Gth M.ij, 1911.  II. I.LACKMOI.I".  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  IIIGIirjj*.ND MARY mineral claim, situate  'ii the J.anlcau Mining Division of West  sootenay l.l>-tri< t  Where located:   On Lexington Mountain.  TAKE XOIICElliat I, K. c llrcen,of Nelson,  icting as agent for James Tweedie, F. M.IJ,  ,i I.i.jIJ, anilJ. A Magee, Free Miner'*. Certili  ate, No. I), 1j,031i, intend. *)l*Uv clajs from  .heihitohoreo', to apply to tlie Mining Uecorder  air a certificate of Improienioiits, for the  iiurpoi.o of ohtiilnlng a Crown grant of the  tliovcdnim.  /"nil further take notice that action, under  lection .17, must be commenced before the  s-niuiee of muIi certlllcate of improvements  Dined this lbth davoi March 1'JJI  F. O. UKKI.N,    P. I,. S.  Certificate of Improvements  UOTIOB.  IRON noLL-lR Mineral Claim, situate fn  ���������.lie I.ardcan Mining Division ot West Kootc-  niy District.  Where located:   On T.ccl.igton Mountain.  TIKE NOllCK that 1, I'.C.Green,of Nelson,  icting as agent lor James tneedle, Free  Miner's Certificate No. It. 1...12, Intend, sivti  lft.is from the date hereof to appli to the  Mining Keeorder for a certificate ol iinprovc-  neiits for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  train of the abnie claim.  And further take notice that action, under  ���������ection 17, must be commence., liefore the  .ssiiBiiceol such  certiticale of i cproiciuents  Dated this ICth day of March, 1901.  I'. C. CIKHKN,   ' P. I. S  Certificate of Improvements  * asroTiOE.  1  Ued  Uose Degree meets second and fourt  Fridays nf each month;   White llo-*e  Degre  meets hr*-t Fridav oieacli month,in Oddfellow*  Hull    Visiiing brethren welcome.  W.M. WAI'sOV, 11Y   EDWARDS.  President. - _    Sei rotary.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P..  No. 25, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every Wednesduv ii  Oddfellows' Hall al SiiVfocl  Visiting Knights invited.  BuitjllDGl*., O. C.     :.:::::  F. XX'. iMackinisot, K. of It. & S  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE ��������� No. 1658  jHegnlar meetings arc held in thr  Oddieltow's Hall on tltc'lhird Kn  da\ of each month, at 8 p m sharp  Visiting brethren eordialh muted  THOS. STEhD, *,...������.  W. G. IJIIt.NEY. Ric.-Sce.  A.-H." HOLDICH    -  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  P.oval School of Mines,' London.    Seven  year  at 'Morfa   Works,  Swansea.   '17   years   Chic'  Chemist  to W ignn Coal and  Iron Co,  tug.  Late Chemist and j\s������a>cr, Hall Mines, Ltd."  Claims examined and reported upon.      -   .  ���������   ,< -.    " '      ReJvelstoke, B.C.  m'  EDWARD A.'HAGGEN, "  Mining Exgixeer,   _   ^ ; *    ^_-  Member \merican In.titute Mining Kngincers  Member Canadian Mining Institute.       --  REVEIjSTOKE. B."C.  --      "   v"  Examination of and reports on Mineral p"rop-  erued.a spceialty. - .  H.  EDWARDS-  TAXIDEltMIST.  DEEK HEAD-j, llllill**., Etc   MOUNTED,  I'urs Cleaned and .Repaired.  LOVEIUXC'S OLD STAND     : j Second Strec.  HOU3E TO RENT.'' "  Large llou^c neir   ltailnai Station. -Apply  toHarvay*. Mc_arter.& P.nkham.  RESIDENCE FOR SALE. .  WEDOE fFraetional) and U M-*(Fractional)  Mineral Claims, situate in the uardeau Mining  it\\ ision of A est Kootenav Distrii t  Where located:   On Lexington Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green, of Nelson,  lenng a*, agent for the Imperial Deielopment  ���������^indicate, Limited, free Miner's Certificate,  Mi U. .)7,J10, intend, sixtv dais from the date  hereof, to applv to the Mining Uecorder lor  Ceititieatts of ]nipro\onients, for thc purpose  jf obtaining Crown grants or the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must he commenced before the  issuance of such certificates of Improvements  Dated this ICth day of March. 1901.  1*. C. GREEN,    '  V   L. S.  Certificate of Improvements  isto-tioe.  EVjv Mineral Claim, situale in the Lardeau  Mining Dnision of West Kootenay District.-���������  Where located:   On Lexington Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F.C. Green, ot Nelson,  acting as agent for Edgar Henjaniin Hiitcliin  son, Free Miners Certificate No '11, 10 313,  intend, Mxt* days irom the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Keeorder for 11 certificate  of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crow 11 grant of the above claim.  jind further take notice that action, under  Section 37, mti-t be commenced before the  issuance of siich.certi.icatc of iinproi cnients. '  - Dated this 16th day of March 1901.  F.C. GKEEN,  -'.,-'" .P. L. S.""  NOTICE.  - TAKE NOTICE that 30 ilays'aftcr rt.ito I intend to apply to the Chief. Commissioner of  Lands,.md Works for permission  to cut and  arry away timber from the follow ing dcsciib  ed lands situated in the Big Bend District of  "���������Vest Kootenay: Commencing nt a post  plnuted on the west bank of the Columbia  river about ISO chains south of the mouth of  Seymour creek .mil mm kcil "James Andet son's  north-east corner"; thenco westerly 80 chums;  thenco southci 1 y 120 chains;- thence castci ly- 80  .bain* to tho west bank of the Columbia ri\cr;  hence northerly along   s-nd   west bank  120  chains to the point of commencement.  Bated 0th May, 1901.  JAMES ANDERSON.  HOTIOB.  TAKE NOriCE that f. Edward Metialfe,  Intend to appl 'il dav- afier dale tn the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Wn ks lor per 1���������  -ion to cut and {tirr\ aua> limber ironi ihe  lollowing������ ile-iTibed lands smIKicd in West  Koolen i\ ��������� CcmmeiK 111. tit c post planted ut  ihu mouth of Hohlich Creek an I marked  "F.ilwiird Metcalfe's "Wnith Wc-t Cnnur";  thence north 1211 chains; ilieucc we-t -10 i*1,hhis:  thenie soutli UO cliain**; (litnee cast 10  chat 11 ** to ilie place of com men cement  Dutel tliiiStiih day of Apiil. A  D,.1901.  EDW.MlD Mi;iC\LFJ.  NOTICE  TAKK NOTICE that ."0 d.iys after  (Lite I niU-ml to .ipplv to thu Chief  (JoininissKJiier of .Lands and "Woiks for  ])uriiiibsion to cut aud carry away  timber fiom the following du&cribed  land*, .siLiiated in the Big Bend Div  liict of East Kootenay: Commencing  at a post planted on the north-east  b.mk of the Columbia river at the  houth-i'iist corner of D. Kobinson's  application and marked "Murray  Jiuine's, south-west cornel"; thence  noith' DO chains; thence east 120 chains  11101 o 01 less to Bush river; thence  south-westerly along tbe bank of Bush  river IX) chains nunc or -less; thence  westerly along the north bank of the  Columbia river to initial post.  Datid 23th April,-1001."  JV1UKRAY HUME.  UTOTXCXlj.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE lh.it SO days iiflei  il ile I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of I-mnils nnd Winks fm  pei mission to cut and tariy nuay  limber fiom the following (lc>-.ci-i!ieil  lands siln,iled in tbe Big Bend Disti ict  i ol East Kooli'ii.iv :   Comiiieneuig at a  TAKEXOIICi: that I.Julin D  Kniipp, intend  to applv. iOdaM-afier dale to the Chief Coin-;. nst   p-,VI)t.,.(i  ���������,-,'lhe nm th bank of the  missioner nf Linnl-and Works  [or permission I J,   ,      ',.      . , ,.,,     ���������.,,i���������-   ���������f   t_-;���������  -���������    - ������������������ Columbia uvei* nl the   outlet   ot   Kin-  E.   JM.  to cut and carri awai titiibjr from the follow  nig described hinds situated in N c-t Kooteua\ :  Commeticing nl a pn-.t ]iiaitied at the Soutli-  w est corner of I* It. l'eler-.oii's laud and marked  "John I). Knapp's Norih West corner,"; thence  north 10 ehnins; thence east lr.iieliiiiii-; Ihence  south 10 chains; thenee west loOihains lo lhe  phu e of comment cnicnt.  "Dated Uus-Hlli daj of April,.\. I).. 1001.  JOHN D. KXAP-P.  3STOTIOE.  TAKE NO'IICE Unit 10 dais after date I  intend to apnl> to the chief Commissioner of  Lands and \\ orks for a liieii*-e to cut timber on  the followin*' described lands. Commencing  at a post ou thc soutij bunk of the 1 oliimbia  ltl\er, about one quarter of a mile nbnie "-iur-  prNe Kap'ds" and niarkcil "1 -*'lccarl\'s Initial  Po**t" ; thencJ running in a nortli-wc**terlj  direction aion.. the hunk of tlie Columbia  River one and a half mile*-; thence south-  westerlj one and one hall miles; thence soutli-  eiusterli one mile, thenee noi thcrh sev'entv  chains; thenie ca^tcrh one half nine: ihcnce  nortlieily 10 chains to tne mil ial post the place  of commencement, toiilaiuing 11 1,000 acies  more or less.  Dated this 20th daj of \|.nl, 11X31.  . r. McCAKT'.".  "; per T  Hop.Nr,  His j\gent.  NOTIOE.  Tnkc notice ihat thirtv <ln^s nfter dntc I  intend lo apply tolhcduef conim^sioncr of  Lands nnd ^orks. for lernn^ifii to eut nnd  onrry n\\n\ timber friim the following described lands situated in the Uiu Jiend District  of East Koolena\: cominencmir at a post  planted on the wet bank of the (Olmnbin  Itiver 'nt tlie head of Surprise Rapid-*** nnd  marked "Susan Unbinson'-* *-outh cast corner',;  Uicncesouth-wciterlj SHchains;thence northwesterly 120 chains; thence north-easterly feu  chains " to the west bunk of tho (ohnnbui  Utver; thence south-easierlv alonp: the \\est  bank of thc Columbia Kher to the point of  compfiencement.  Dated the 27th day of April, 1901  SUS\X ltOBIXSON.  NOTIOE  T.kf Notice that :lodais after date I intend  to apply to the chief ioi.iiiiiibioi.er of Lands  and \\ orks for permission to eut and carrj  n\\a\- timber from tiie follow ing described  lands situated in the cnilboodistrict of llritish  Columbia: commencing tit a post planted at  the mouth of Houlder creek, on the cast side of  oauoe Kner, and marked" 'J. McMahon'*-  northwest torner"; ihence northeasterly feO  Chains; tlicniesoiithi.ii-.ter1} 1G0 chains, thence  southuesterli SO chains lo lhe cast bank of  canoe ri\er:"thence norlhwo-iorh along lhe  bank o'f said rner to the point of commencement.  Dated the 1st da\ of Mm, 1901.  '  , 'i'. .Mc"irAHO>\  luski-t Luke mid m.it ketl  Allnni'h iiiulli eiiit coniei"; thence  sontbeily 8(1 ibniiis; thence westeilj-  li") ch.iiiii; thenie noillieily SOclinins  to the bank of the Columbia tivei :  theme easleily iilung said liver to  imi ial post.  -D.iteO 2t)lh AniiK-1901.-'     ",  E. M. ALT.fTM.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 ilnys.ufti-i*  date f lilt end lo apply lo the Chiel  Ciiniiiiishinner of ljinds and Woiks,  foi' p-.'i inission to cut anil c.-it t-y away  limber fiom" lhu following ('esciibecl  lands sitnaieil in tbe Hig Bend Distiiet  of WVl Kooti.'iiay: Cominencing at a  post planlecl on-{be East side of the  Colnmbi.i 1 ii'i'i-abont ]2() i baina below  Ihi-* nioiuli of Canoe livei and nun ked  "W. E 'McL i tig hi in's noith-west  em nei": ihcine sontbeily alnng the  bank ol' lhe Columbia liver 250 chains;  lliem u e.islcilv 40 (Imins;" thenee  noi tbei ly 2.",0 i haiii.-; tlieni e westerly  401 bams" lo the point of commencement.  Dated 3rd May. 1901.  xv. e. Mclaughlin.  NOTIOE    -  TAKENOTTCEth.it SO days itltet*  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Cnmniisbioiicr of Lmds and Works,  fur pei mission to cut and cany away  tniiber fiom the following deseiibed  lands situated in the Big Bend Distiiet  of West Kootenay; Commencing at a  pns.1 planted on the west bank of the  Columbia livei* about 20 chains below  the mouth ol Canoe rivet and mat ked  ".I.E. Johnson's noilh-eas-t cornel";  thence wesleily SO chains; Ihence  simlheily IHO i bains*; thenie en-sterly  80 chain.-, to the bank of the Columbia  uver; tlietice noitherly along said  bank to poinl of commencement.  Dated Sid Way, 1001.    *.  J.' E. JOHNSON. ���������  Residence nf  WW .' 1 pi>  Pinkham  Ir**   I  n  0-*ihn*n. Cf...o,.(l c*t  . i \ ,   KcC u t r   6.  x.x-b-xt  '���������C  Tan-Ameri-.an,-ExposiiioD  ,Buffalo;_Mr_y.,_U.-S.;A./IvIay_:ic_  ���������   'November, -1901. "  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICK that 30 days after date 1 intend to apply to thc Chief Coinmiis>inncr of  Lands and Works for. permission to cub and  cvrry away timber from lhe following described lands situated in tlie Big iiend District of  ".Vctt Kootemij : Commencing at "a*, post  planted on the wefit bank of the Col uni bin  mcrat a point, one and a half miles soutli of  the southcrlj limit of Boj d'a ranch and marked  "John Andcr-ion's north cast corner"; (hence  \������ i*4ri*rl> bi) thMns; thence southerly 120 chains:  tin 1101* easterly fcO chains to tlio vicstbiuikof  the Columbia river; thence "nortlieily along  s nd hank 120 chains to thc point of commencement.     " - ',       ~-i     '  l..Ucd Tth ...ay, 1901. - -   -  JOHN. ANDERSON.  NOTICE  'Take Notice that.10 dais after date I inteifd  to applv to the chief commissioner of Lands  and Y\ork*i for peniiis**ion to (ut and carry  a\sa\ limber from the following described  lands situated in the cariboo District of British  Columbia: commencing at a post planted on  the west bank of canoe Kiver at thc mouth of  Gljicier creek, and marled "Elizabeth 1M0-  Malion's northeast lorner"; Ihence south  westerlj 80 chains; ihcnce Sdutheasterl> 100  chinos; thence northeasterly SO chain*, to the  west bank 01 canoe Kner; thence nortlierli  follow mm the west Lank of canoe River llio  chains to ihe point of commencement.  Dated the Jml day of Mnj, 1901  ELIZABETH JfcM-lHON.  NOTICE.  ODDFELLOWS C^,-JULL:C-57  *4o-������M*!|,e J.ii.scsof 11 e l.o O. I*.     ,  t-hjvo.ifihoiit the world���������'        1- -'   *  Giunmsa'- .3 .-  " Von ar<>'hereby fraternally rcqnented to  unite with "(he vast arinv of Odd Fellow sin  mnking "Odd Fellows'" najs" at Uie 'I'un-  Amerlcan Exposition memorable in the annals  of mir beloved order, and to that end we  ettend to the members of \ntir lodge a cordial  Invitation to be present on this occasion.  On June 25-27* we anticipate tlie pleasure of  -neetiiiK and greeting Grand'hire Cable, the  lirund Master and Crand ollieers of each Grand  Lodj-e Jurisdiction lliorouielioiit the world, as  well ns inan> of the members of your lodce.  Jn order that every Odd Fellow and Itehckah  mav he Informed of the xiooi intentions of thc  Buffalo Odd Fellows, vie -respectfully request  ton to have this card nnd the enclosed letter  printed ill jour daily and weekly newspapers.  Frntcrnallv yours,    .  J. O. O. F. PAN AMKHlCAN-COMMITTEE.  To all the Jxidfies of the l" O. O. F.  Throughout the world���������  GKEEIIXG: .; 0  The Van-American Exposition will be held  Jn the City of Buffalo, N. Y., U. 8, A., from  May 1st to Nov. 1st, 1901.  The Oddfellows nf Buffalo, desiring to  exemplify the teachings of our grand order-  that of extending: .an honorable reception,  Jraternsl greeting an*l generous hospitality to  onr bretliern from - strange cities and distant  states"���������have opened an Oddfellows' Ilcad-  quartcr*- at'213-Lllicot STquarc, Buffalo, where  books of registry will be kept, and competent  _.; artics constantly In charge to give (free of  cost) reliable Information to thc-vlsitingOdd-  jfcllovv, his family and friends, sojourning in  .our city, and whercano may be directed to  .clean and respectable hotels, boarding or  {private houses.  Visitors are at liberty to have telegrams and  cjoll addressed to them in care,of said headquarter?. ���������    "v . ��������� 'I   '  A reliable guide, with ���������,aps of the city and  Exposition Grounds, will fie on sale for thc  convenience of visiting brethren.  Your members visiting Buffalo during the  Exposition are cordially invited to call at  I. O. O. F. Headquarters that wc may have the  pleasure of meeting and greeting you, and aiding you 11s much as we arc abie along the lines  indicated.  The Secretary of your Lodge Is requested to  read this communication at several .meetings  lhat all of your members may become familiar  with the good Intentions of your brethren in  PniTalo.  It wilt lie an advantage for each brother and  visier lo present nn official receipt or other  pieans of identification,  Hoping we may have thc of meeting many  of llio members of your Lodge during the  coming summer, wc remain.  Yours Jn F. L. and T,  THE I. O.O. K.'l'AN-AJnSKICAN COMMITTEE  TAKE NOTICE tlmt 30 dnya afterdate I in  ten I to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of  I..111 N-and���������Works-^for-pcrmisaioii-to-cut and  LMiiynwnr timber from tho following described lauds --limited in the 131k Mend Di-triet of  Emu ICootennv: Commencing at a post planted on the enst bank of. tho Columbia river nt  the hc.id of Sin-prise Rapids nnd marked "Daniel Unliin-.ou'f> north-west corner"; thence  111 rib ci-ti-ilj CO ehnins; thence soiith-ciislcrly  121 chains; thence south-westerly 80 chains to  In* h ink uf the Columbia river; thence north-  >M.riii*rly.RlonK llie bunk of the Columbia river  12u chains in the point of commencement.  l.*Uil the -".lh day of April. 1901.  _,   ... DANIKL ROBINSON.  NOTICE.  NOTIOE  TAKE ".NOTICE that XI dnvs afier date I  intend to appli to the Chief Commissioner of  Lauds uud Works for permission to cut and  cam awav timber from 'lie following described land**, siiunleil in Ihe cariboo District  of'llritlsii Columbia: commencing at n post  planted on the east bunk of Canoe itiver, at a  point lfiOclmiiis north of the month of Boulder  Creek and marked "James itcMahon's north-  ���������west.eorncr '; theneecasierl.v Suohain**; thence  southerly lGOehaiiis; thence westerlv So chains  more or less to the east bank of Canoe*Kiver;  .thence nortlierli along the cast bank of Canoe  "itiver to the point of loiiiiiieiiceinent.  Dated the 2nd day of May, lOOl.  JAMES McMAHON".  NOTIOE;;  TAKE NOTICE thnt"~30 days, afterdate I intend .to apply to 'tlie Chief  Ctiiniimsioriei' of Lands and Works  loi permission to ent and carry away  timber itom the. following, described  land,*! filnatcd in'the Big Bend District  of West Kootv.nay*. Commencing at a  pot,t plan led on the west hide of the  Columbia liver about i20 chains below  the month of Canoe liver and.-iimrked  "F. XV. McGregoi's north-east corner";  thence snntliPily along the west hank  of said ri ver 250 chains; thenee westerly  40 chains; thence northerly 250 chains;  thence eabteily 40 ch.nns to the point  of (oniineiicenient.  D.uedSul Alny.lflOl.  f. w. McGregor. *  NOTICE  TAKK NOTICE that .10 da>s after date I intend to npply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and workH for permission to cut and  carry away timber from tlio followiiyr described lnndH situated in tlio Big Bend District of  West Kootenay: Commencing at n 110-t  planted on the cast bank of the Columbia river  at 11 point 100 chains south of the Hoiithcrlv  limit of the lands belonging to thu PlttsburL-  Synillcato and marked "Samuel JUc.Miihons  south-went corner"; thence easterly 80 chains;  thence northerly IW) chains; 1 hence wc-tei ly SO  chains to thc cast bank ofthe Columbia rlur;  thence southerly along the enst bank of the  Columbia river JG0 chains to tliu place of commencement.  Dated Gth Ma}-. 1001.  SAMUEL McMAHON.  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICE that 30 days after date I intend to apply to thc Chief Comnii*t-*.inner of  Lands and Works for permission to cat and  carry away timber from the following described lauds hituatcd in the Big Bend District of  West Kootenay: Commencing nt n post  planted 011 thc cast bank of tho Columbia river  at a point 100 chains south of the Routherly  limit of lhe lands belonging to thc Pittsburg  Syndicatc'nnd marked " Henrietta MeMahon's  north-west corner"; thence easterly SO cho ins *.  thpnee south ICO chains; thence westerly 10  chains to thc cast bank of thc Columbia river;  thence north along the cast bank of thc Columbia river 10) chains to the point of commencement.  TAKE NOTICE that SO (lavs nfter date I  Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to cut nnd  carry awav timber from the following described lands situated in the (arihoo District  of British Columbia- commencing nt a post  planted on the West bank of canoe ltlier nt a  point about'-1H1 feet north of Glacier Creek,  andmsrked *��������� G Kiiapp'*. 'oulheiist corner;"  thence west 80 chains; thenco northerly 11,0  chains; thence easterlv 80 chains more or Ie**s  to the bank of Canoe Klier; thence following  the weslerl.v bank- of Ciiiioe River lo the.point  of ciiiinneiiceiiicnt. --  Daled the 2nd daj of May, 1901.  C. KNAI'I*.  NOTIOE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date 1 intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for  pennisbion to cut nnd carry' away  timber fiom tlie following de&cribed  lands situated in the Big Bend Disti ict������of East Kootenay : Commencing  at a post planted on the Nortli. Bank  ot tho Columbia River at the outlet of  Kinbasket Lake and marked "G. S.  McCarter's south-east corner," thence  westerly along the bank of the Columbia river .104 chains; thence north (10  chains; the'uee easterly 104 chains  more or less to the margin of * Kin-  basket Lake; thence following the  shore of Kinbasket Lake to initial post.  Dated 29th April, 11*01.  G. S. McCARTER. '  REVELSTOKE  WATER LIGHT &. POWER CO  3STOTIO.K1.  Parties arc cniilloucd aitaiu-t -using the  company's water foi law us aud |-ardcu-, without ilrst obtaining a lice net mil  II    I'LO . li, Viretarv.  Mav 111! , 1901.  OPALINE -TREATMENT.  Self   Heme   Treatment   for   Ladies.  I will bend free witli full instructions sonic  of this simple preparation tor Ihe i un* of  "-'eniorrhoeii, Ulceration, Ulsplai euientnnd all  Female troubles to oil ladies' ���������endui*; addicts  to MKS. .1.0. 1.1.1.. ..ranch Jlannner near  Kail Itiulm.) fcignal, Itevclstoke Siutnm.  .Mm 11���������-tin  I  -^  YEARS AGO  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE-that 30 days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands, and Works loi  permission to cut and carry away  timber fiom the following described  lands situated in the Big JJencl District of East Kooleiiciy: Commencing  at a post planted on the soulh bank ol  the Columbia river about P, miles below Surprise Rapids at (hi*"mouth of a  creek and mai ked "C. F. Lindmaik's  noi lb-west corner"'; thence easterly  along the hank of the Columbia river  12."* chains; thence south-westcily SO.  chains; thence westerly 12.5 -chains;  thenee northerly 80 chains to initial  post.  Dated 20th April, lOOl.  C. V. LINDMARK.  ill;  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date 1 intend to apply to the Chiel  Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to "cut and carry away  timber fiom the following described  lands situated in tlie liig Bend District of East Kootenay: Commencing ,  at a post planted 011 thc south bank ol jj  the Columbia river about I miles west  of Cummin., Creek at the mouth of a  large Creek and marked "K. C. i\Ic-  Caiter's north-east corner"; thence,  southerly *i(3 chains; thence westeily  250 chains; thence northerly Jl) chains  to the bank ot the Columbia river;  thence easterly along said bank 250  chains to point of commencement.  Dated 1st "May, 1001.  K. C. -UcCARTIiR.  NOTICE  The First Through Train Between Montreal and the Coast.  ���������Driving the Last- Spike at  Craigellachie.  (Trom Victoria iiiuh '1 in.es, Nov. 0, 1SS.5).  The vv ires being down  on   Satuiilaj-  nflui noon prevented the   Tunes   from  giving   a   detailed     account     of   the  (cerenionics   in    connection   with   the  I laying of the last 1 ail and   driving the  last  spike   in   the greatest of railway  undertakings in this or any   age.      It  ���������was know n in the  forenoon  here (hat  everything   w.is   in   .such   a   forward  \slate thai, the  event would be accomplished   (hat   day.       The   honour   of  driving the last jspikc  was conferred  011 the lion. DcmaW A- Smith,  one   of  heaviest     .sh.i*.v_*j*oldei's     of     the  company's *,tock, and likewise a direct-  tor therein.      There   wei������   aliout   150  j persons present to   witness  dhe   cere-  |3tiony. the like of which will not occur  .-ig.iin in the history   of   (.'.niacin.      .-50  ;is   the   last   rail   was  placed iii  Ij position by IWajor Rogers.  Mi*.  Smith  ; look hold of the spike sledge and with  three blows selit the" last   spike   well  "home.     The wateis of the Atlantic in  tlie far e.tst .at, Halifax,  and  those of  jj the placid PaeiJie at Port Moody were  I now united in the  strongest  bonds  of  Jialion.il   matrimony,   the'.steel   band  binding together the various provinces  Ij niiid their   vivid   interests, ' lying   lie-  | tween these two   gietit   oceans.      The  ''-wires with lightning rapidity convey-  j-cdlhu gtutiiying liners   to  every  city,  town, village and hamlet  in   the east,  to the gieat Amcricisi centres', aud  to  the marts of  the   world-   that _ at last  the most stupendous of railway   enter-  piiscs was an nci'om.plishe.d fact. _ The  ���������.���������ereinony   was   an v ostentatious   one  TAKE NOTICE that 30 clays afier  date 1 intend to apply to tho Chiel  Commissioner of Lands and"\Vorl.s I'or  permission to cut and carry away  timber from the following described  lands situated- in the Big Bend District of East Kootenay: Commencing  at a post planted on tho north bank of jj  the Columbia river 390 chains west of Sand in many respei-ts peo.>erlv so,  the mouth ot Omniums Creek and |.-mother piool of the Good w-ase" iind  marked "A. M.  PmUhnin s  south-east ?___,,,,,,���������,,-,,, .       , . ,    . ,  corner"; thence northerly 10 chains; J801."1' J1'^*-''"*"** which hat -charac-  thonce westerly 250 chains: thence If "'"'iz-ed every-management i&f the  southerly dO ch'iins to the bank ol the jOonipany's ,1 Hairs for tho pa������t iJjree  Columbia   river:   thence   along     said fc,-ir four ve.irs.    Tt was but naturaliiiat  those present at the closing, (.eromo-jry  baiik 250 chains to point ol commencement.  Dated 2nd May, 1901.  A. M. PINKHAM.  NOTICE  /TAKE NOTICE that 30"'days after  date I intend lo apply to the Chief  Commissioner of L.inils'und Win ks-t.n  permission .to cut and cany, away  timber from the following described  lands'sitnatcd in the Big Bend District  of East Kootenay : 'Commencing at a  post planted on the 1101 th b ink of the  Columbia, river at 11 point48*1 chains  west of the outlet tiotn Kinbasket  Lake and marked. "T. ,Kilp.itiick's  south-west cornel"; thence easteily  along tbe north bank of the Columbia  livei 320 chains; thence nnrtheily 31  chains ; thence westerly 320 chains ;  thence sontbeily 31 chains to place of  commencement.  Dated Ist M.iy, 1031.  T. KILPATRICK.  NOTICE  after  Chief  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICK that 10 days after date 1  intend to apnlv to the Chief l.'..mml*,*,loiicr of  Lands and Works for pcrmi-mlnn to cut and  carr> nuav timber from tlie folloiilnc described laniUhltiiateil in the Hi** ilend lilMrict  ol West Kontemi} : rniinni'iiciiiK at a pout  planted on the bank of tlio. Colombia Itiver,  betuecn llie nioiitli nt Wood Kiver and the  .nonili of Canoe Kiver anil marked II. S. Wilson's northeast corner;" theme south ICO  chains; llieuec ue-i SO chains, more or less to  the Columbia River; thenee northerly, "olloiv-  liiK the river bank, 10 the point of commencement.  Dated thl-i Mth day of .Vpril, 1801  lt. fe. WILSON.  Dated thc 6th dor of littxy. 1001.    -  HENKIICTTA McMJ  .V1ION*.  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICE thatS) da*,*-; afterdate I intend to applv to the Chief Coniiiiis*ioncr������f  Lands and WorkH for pcrinlHsioii to cut and  carry away timber from thc follow Ihr dCM-rlb-  ed-JnndH xituatcd In the Biff Uend District of  went Kootenay: Commencing nt a past  planted on the catt bank of thc Columbia river  at a point 320 chains Houth of thc southerly  limit uf tho lands belonging w the Pittsbuiv  syndicate and marked *fl). Mcintosh's northwest comer; thenco easterly 80 chains: tlicoce  south ICO chains: thenco westerly SO chains to  tho coat bank of the Columbia'river: thence  north Along tho enst bank of thc Columbia  riyor IO) clmins to the point of commencement  - Dated 0th May. 1901.  D. JIoIN'TOSH.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that SO days after date I  intend to appli to the Chief Commissioner of  Land*! and Works for icrmission to eut and  carry aua> timber from the lollouiiiK des  cribed lands situated in the Dig Uend District  nf    East  Kootenav:    commencing  at a DObt  Clantcd 011 the bank of the Columbia liiver,  ctvvcen the mouth oi Wood River and the  mou111 of Canoe Kiver, and marked " rannie  Howson's northwest corner;" thence soutli 80  chains; thence east IM chains; thence north  alnnir the bank of the Columbia Kiver and westerly along said bank to the point of commencement.  Dated the 30th day of Aprii, 1901.   -  FANNIE IIOWSON.  -NOTICE  Take notice that 30 dajs after dale I intend  to npplv 10 the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for perini**sioii lo cut and carry  away limber from the following described  lands si tun.cil in the I!ik Uend District of  EiLst Kootenay: commencing at -a post  planted on the north bank of the Columbia  river ut a point 181 (lialns vuKl of the outlet  from l-'lnliiiskcl lake and marked ' C. I).  Hume's 1011111-cast coiner" ; thenee northerly  (���������Oelialns ; tlietice uesterlv lli-l chains ; ihence  souilierh (,'J chains to the bank of the Columbia mcr'; Ihcnce easterly along said bank to  point of commencement.  Diiicdislof Ma), 191)1, -    -  C.I!. HUME,  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days  date I intend to apply to the  Commissioner of Lands and Works  tor permission to cut and carry away  timber from the following" described  lands situated in the Big Bend District  of East Kootenay: Commencing at a  post at lhe noith-east corner ot A.  Lindmaik's limit .and marked "T.  Home's south-west corner"f thence  easterly 02 chains; thence nortlieily  100ehnins; thence westeily 02 Lhains;  thence southerly 160 chains to the  point of conimenccment."  Dated Oth May, 1001. .  T. HOltNB.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that SO davs after date I  Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Uorks for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the follow ins described land*! situated in the Hie Uend district  of Went Kootenay; c.-mmcncinK at a post  planted about lOo yards pouthwest of I lie  mouth of Canoe River and marked ���������'R. Ilovi-  son'11 soiitheA.it corner;" thence north 120  chMn������; thence west 120 chains; thence south  I'M chains to the Columbia River; thenee  easterly alone the bank of thc Columbia river  1J0 chain-i more or less to the place of beginning. .. .*  Dated this 30th day of April, 1901.  K. IIOWSON.  NOTICE  Take Notice thnt no days after dale I intend  to appl) ui the Chief Commissioner nf Lamia  and Works for permission tu cut and parry  away timber Irom thu folloiilni. described  lands situated in the Bin Uend District of  East Kiiolcniiy : (Oiiiiiiciu-iiiK al a post  planted on llie north bank of lhe Columbia  river ..'JO chains west of tliu mouth of Cummins  creek and marked "II. A. Lawson's southeast corner" ; thenco easterly along the bank  of .the coinmhia river W0 chains; thence  northerly .0 chains; thence wesierly ���������_.r*0  chains ; thence southerly 40 chains to point of  commencement.  Dated Ist of Mav, 19)1.  U. A. L\WSON.  NOTICE  Take Notice that 30 days nfter date I Intend  to applv tn the (hlef commissioner of Lands  and works for permission to cut and carry  away timber from the following described  lands situated in the Dig Bend District of  East Koptcna) : commencing at a post  planted on the north bank of the Columbia  river abiut two miles cast ofthe mouth of  Wood river and marked "A. I indmark's  south-wc-it corner"; thence northerly 120  chains; thence easterly Si chains; thenee  southerly l-*0 chains more or l.ss to the'bank  of thc ('olumbiii river ; thence westerly along  said river lo point of commencement.   -  Dated 1st of May, 1901.  A.'LINDMAUK.  NOTICE  TAKE.NOTICE that OTd.iys uflei  Viatel intend to apply.-"t,o the Chief  Commissioner ol Lands and Woiks  for pei mission to c ut and carry a >v iy  timber from the following desciibed  lauds situated in the Ilig Iiend District  'of East Kooten iy: Commencing nt a  post planted near the Wood livertiail  about jSO chnins east of Wood river and  marked "P. J. Adah's north east  (ornpr_; thence in ti south-wesi erly  tlii ection near the south bank of YVoml  river 120 chains moie or less lo tlie  inon'h of Wood river; thence southerly  20 chains; Ihence north-eiiHterly _ SO  chains; thence smitheily So chains to  the north-west corner of A. Lind-  mark's limil; thence ensteil  thence northerly IO.*!  point of commencement.  " Dated 1st May, 1001.  P. .I.ADA 11*  hhould give expiesslon to tlieirfeelings,  liy a round upon lound of heauty  ���������oheers. The memorable, spot was  christened "Crait-elladiie." ' -  ���������' The privilege.is not granied to many  to witness the 'inception of.a,'transcontinental railway of,close upon'.-3,000  miles in length, and likewise bcpi-ctient  at its consuin.ition. That ."Messrs.  Smith and- Fleming'"-is this"d'e"3������te*ct  have, been greatly- "honoured is 001-  doubted. .For upwards of 40 ydirs tht  Hon. DoriaUT A. Smith has 1 been*  associated with the Hudson Bay" .Com-'  pany, in every capacity until at last'  he leached . the higllest" rung in -th'e  ladder of preferment'in that company.  Many a long, dreai-y, cold and- inhospitable journey hu must hivefciVen  across the vast "Great Lone Land'*" of  the Noith-West, farming a' mar'ted  conti.ist to his present trip, travell ing  in luxuriant sleeping cars, ecpial tot-lic  most elegant drawing i crams, at a n-iile  frequently of T>() miles an hour, by day.  and by niglit. not s-topping' even for  lefreshments. To Mr. Sanford Fleming is due the ci edit of arranging all  the preliminary work. He has crossed  the continent when it was equivalent  to tnking his life in his hands; when,  months were consumed in accomplishing a journey that now- can i>e taken.'  by the most delicate. " So long as the  name of Canada shall endure, the  name of , Sanford" Fleming ^hall Ik*,  associated with her 'greatest undertaking. , "   It is only, those who', lave had   tho  j- SO chain*-;  chains to   the  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days arier  date I intend to apply In llie Chii f  Commissioner of Ijiinils and Works  for'nermission lo cut and carry away  timber frbm the following dcncribcd  lands .situated in the Big Bend District of East Kootenay: Commencing  at a post planted on the north bank ol  the Columbia river at Ihe outlet ol  Kinlmsket Lake and marked "A. Johnson's north-west corner''; thencesouUi-  easterly along the south shore of  Kinbasket T-nke 170 chains; thence  south-westerly '10 chains; thence  westerly IK) chains, thence southwesterly -10 chains; thence westerly SO  chains; thence northerly along, E. M.  Allum's liinit 80 chains more or  less to initial post.  Dated 20th April, 1001.  A. JOHNSON.  NOTICE.  hereby given' that at  "11  public; notice is  the expi nil ion nf one month fiom the first  publication of this notice the head oflice or  principal place ol businefs of the (treat  Western vimcs. limited Liability, will be  chunked from Kcvcl-aokc, il.C. to Ferguson,  IS. C. in accordnnce with the consent of the  Hharcholdcrs and a resolution of the Directors  of theCompHnv.  Datjd this Oth day of April, 1001.   '  A. II. HOLDICH,  ApllMt. Secretary to tbe Company.  NOTICE  t  Take notice that TO days after date I Intend  to apply to the chief cojnmissioner of l-unil*.  and works for permission to cut and carr>  away timber from the follow Ine dc-crlbcd  lands situated In the Ilig Herd District of  East Kootenay: rommeiiciiig at a posi  planted on the north bank 01 the Columbia  Kiver about two miles east of the mouth of  Wood Kiver and marked " T. Dovvnle'i northwest corner"; thence easterly along the Columbia river l'_*0 chains to a point 'M chain*,  cist of tho mouth of a large creek on thc  south side of said river ; thence souilierh 60  chains ; thence westerly 80 chains ; thence  northerly 40 cIiaIiik ; thence westerly *!u  chains ; thence northerly to thc point of commencement.  Dated Ist of May. 1901.  T. PT-VSIEf.  care of the ' manage--men t that can  appreciate to the full ' the difTicOlties  which had to be eneimntered. The  President Mr. Georges Stephen, whose  absence at this monient in Europe, is  the theme of general regret, the Vice-  President and Genoa-iil Manager Mr.  W. C. Van riorne, Qie Hon. Donald A.  Smith and R. B. Angus have now  every reason to feel - elated . over the  crowning act of Uu.ii- long and busy  lives. Their many friends will rejoice  with them and express the hope that  they may loiig bo spared to enjoy an.  occasional trip over tlie mil way line  that today stands without a peer in  the universe.  There are other > very important  pi'iMiiiagi's that should take ad vantage,  of the blessing of the length of days  that an all wise Vrovide'ice has conferred on them in having played an  important part ic the great entei prise,  I'*iisl of these is Sir John Macdonald  and hiriabli* I-ieutenant froin Quelle.  Sir Heclor Ijiingevin, lwth of whom,  since 1871 have, stood firm and true to  tlie scheme. Sir Charles Tupper has  already gone over the lino and his  successor Hon. J. H. Pope* will pos-  -,ib'y visit this coast next summer.  The Hon. Alex. Mackenzie, who for  live years had the management of the  uuder-taking may not have come up to  the conceptions of many, yet liis trip  in 1SSI to Calvary dispelled the* illusion  he, like many others, entertained: but  his health is now in that condition  that a visit to British Columbia by the  luin." gentleman is out of the question.  Vet Mierc are others on that side of the  House who require to Ikj enlightened  as to Canada's vast resources in the  Noilh-Wcst, whicli only a ^personal  visit can accomplish. Let us hope  that many who are now in darkness  will avail themselves of the advantages now placed at their disposal and  come and spy out the land, which, if  not flowing with milk and honey i������ one  lhat   will   admit  of any   amount  of  expansion and development.  The ceremony of driving the last  spike over,- the patty took the cats  again and sped on foi the teiminus.  At Noith Bend they lem.iined ovei"  fur the night, theteby t;iv ing lliem an*  excellent rppoi .unity for beholding*  the grand scener>- of the* Fi a.ser Riven'  canyon***, ai riving at Pent Moody  shurtlj before noon. The Piesident's  (������������������ii*. the Matapedia and the General'  Managei's car, the .Saskatchewan,  cimu through diiect fiom Montie.il  and at Winnipeg Supt. I'_g.in'- car vv as*  attached and also hi ought thiough.  This was tlie first thiough train. Between Montreal and Poit Moody four  changes only were made in the  locomotives���������an unparalleled feat for  the motive power.  The condition of the line in the east  is excellent enabling a high late of  speed to lie obtained. Attention will  now lie given to ballasting the Boeky  Mountain section, so that by next  summer it will be ready for heavy  traffic.  ARRIVAL AT VICTOHIV  About 9 o'clock last night the  Princess Louise steamed into harbour  with the distinguished paity on Ixiatd.  They left Port Moods at noon and had  a very pleasant tlip down the Inlet  to Coal Harbour, where a shoit hale  was made. 'Die pai iy had an excellent opportunity for inspecting the  entiio Inlet, and the opinion was universal that Burrard Inlet was as good  aiiatui.il harbour fiom its mouth on  English Bay ,to Port "Moody. Mr.  Van _ Home's J_bft expressed opinion  that the whole Inlet, as well as English Bay, wiJJ yet be utilised for shipping purpo.-es was fully coincided in.  The locality was pronounced ail  admirable one foi the terminus ofUig  road, as ample accomodation is to bp  found for the laigest class of .ocjeau  going ve.-sels. On" theii leiuin a u)i>;*e  yiorough and extended visit will lxs  made at Coal Harbour. False Creek  and English Bay. On rounding Point.  Atkinson darkness set in, so that the  beautiful scenery of the Gulf and the  Straits was not observed bv them.  AT TIIE   URIAHD.  On   alighting   conveyances   vvne'n  attendance and the p.uty weit- diiven  to the Dii.ud, wheie apartments h.id  been  seemed   for   them   in   advance.  The Geneial Manager, Mr. Van IJoine;  iccompanied   by   Hon.   Dona'ld  A.  Smith, S mfoid Fleming, D. C. L., Mr.  Geoige B. Han is, one of thediiectors,  of   lioslon;   John-M.     E_5.u1.    Gen.  Supt.   "SVe-stein,   Division,    John    H.  Mai'Tavish,     the     Company's     Land  Commissioner,   .Winnipeg;     yu-.    h.  Abbott,  of Brockville, Out., who  has  tad charge of construction in lhe east  M-'.-L.  A.  Hamilton. Assistant. Land  CouMSiissioner^Mr./V. Pieis, Mr.  Van  Horne's   Private    Secretaiy:    M.   J.  Haney, Sv.pt. for Mr. Onderdonk.  Mr.  James .Ross, .who had  charge  of'the  Company's.oparations   in   the   inour.-'  irain*< lor the,past two years"-and'-Mi*-*.-'  Ross;*M. and;\Mrs. John Ross;'Major  Rogers;  Mr. J, \W.   Buckley,   Pacific  Coast manager of the*-N*nrtl������yn Pacific  Railway Company; ,J..H. ArmsU-png.  <g. G. Taylor, XV. Taylor. H. C.  Wjj-  SQti, A. J. Cambie and olheis.  , [Loday the officers have been engaged  in dkEcussing rnatteas relating >.o the  tQi*mir������*l facilities at Coal  H.ubor and  Eoglish  Bay.     H   is    nndei stood   a  decision h*a been ai rived at, the lesult  of which will ������iot be made public for a  tew  dnys.     It  lis * not    yet    known  wliotherithe prii**Ae pioperty owners  have closed aji arrangement with the  company.    Sofarns ti*e ^Government  is concerned, aJI  matters iicitween   it  and Uio Railway .Company  .ja-v.e .been  finally  s-ettli-d.     It   is  rutnoied   -Kbe  officers return   tomorrow  evening -to  the east.  [On*thetrain mentioned in theabov*  inteiesling stoiy of early days on the  C. P. R., Jas. Trodden was the conductor and Robt. Mee, locomotive  inspector of Vancouver, was engineer,  while Allan McNab. passenger locomotive engineer on thc.ivun between  Revelsloke and Laggan, w;*s engineer  on-the-piloLengine.-JCD.-HEHAl-DANn^  IlAILWAYMRS'S JOUHNA L.  Rails Relaid From End to End.  An interesting mmor has gained  currency among railroad men 10 fhe  effect tlmtthe C. P. R. will within the  next few months be face to face with  the absolute necessity of 1 claying the  steel on tbe Crow's Nest load fi out end  to end. . When tbe toad was built il,  was believed lhat thc tiallic iu  through freight, . coal and eventually  ore would be \ory heavy and while  the company only laid the load with  light rails fiom the mainline it was  understood lhat licav ierinils would be  put in later. Tofoice ahead construction only about half the oidiuaiy  number of lies wne placed beneath  each rail and thc heavy ballast trains  passing over the improperly strengthened mils buckled them badly. When  il becain/' apparent that an error had  been made eveiy elfoi t was made to  icmedy the tiouhle. lolling machines  for the purpose of rolling thc raili lo  restoie them to their migiiinl1*shape  having been lesorifd to mining oilier  expedient.**, but the ultimate lesulo  was tins.itisf.'tctoiy and it is now slated  that the management has decided to  relay the mils and that the woik.will  be started at au early date. Meantime  traffic on the line is pretty thoroughly  disorganized by the annual mud slides,  which are only now manifesting themselves. Alrctdy one of these slides  has resulted in a fatality and in the  loss to the company of a string of  loaded cars lhat plunged over. tin.  embankment into the Kootenay liver  after striking a slide on Saturday last,  ���������Rossland Miner.  ��������� Iu connection witn Victoria Day  celebrations the Canadian Pacilic will  sell round tickets at rate of fare nnd  one quarter. Tickets will be on sale  May 23rd and 2ith, good to return  May 271 h.  '.-.ii  '-*-*"���������  ���������i  r  tan 1  ***^M4,i4*'l**M~f+'^H'+***+*+*+  IF VOU ARE GOING TO TAKE |  t  fr  z  t  fr  t  fr  fr  *  fr  **  +  **  ���������*  ���������*  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  FOR A SPRING TONIC  ���������Be sure to take Good Wine  The best is called  WILSON'S INVALID  PORT  and kept at* the  Canada Drug * Book Company,  REVELSTOKE  *H'TTlII'M"F*f"f f^-n.++^.+++-i..5  r  BIRTHS.  Tayloh���������At TSlCardero Street, V  oouver, the wife of Thompson K.  Taylor, of a daughter.  nn-  L.  j^rL#h'  ������^ir-  pnng  and  see  our Beautiful display of  SPRING MFjRCHAND1.SE.  to  I-KWis.-On   Tuesdav.   Mav   "ilst,  Mr. and Mrs. F. H. I^wis.'a son.  Pettipiece���������On Sunday, Mav 10th.  :it Ferguson, to Mr. and Mrs." JL P.  Peltipiece a daughter.  Notes of News.  ��������� Dr, Burgess, Dentist. Blown    Blk.  -Ice foi sale.���������Apply  A.   N.  Sinilli.  .Thos. Taylor M. P. P., came in  fiom  Tro.ii Lake cily on Monday.  Capt. T. E. I.. Taylor ret tuned from  hi? visit to Vancouver on Sunday  warning.  Benjamin R. Drew of- Caiiboiiriie.  Fish River has been gazetted a justice  of the peace.  Next Fiiday and Saturday have been  pioclaitned public holidays in a special  issue of the B. C. Gazette.  ���������Remember the enteitainment on  20th in Tapping's theatre.  .Mi-s. J. D. Sibbald and family and  Miss Gibbon went down to Comaplix  on Monday morning to spend a few  days.-  D. R. McLennan nf Trout Lake came  up on Tuesday's train accompanying  Mrs. McLennan and child part of the  way on their road east for a visit.  The Willing-Workers 61 the Presbyterian church intend giving a concert  and sale of work on July 1st in Selkirk  hall.   Refreshments will he served.  Rev. Thompson preaches his farewell sermon on Sunday night, and  ���������with his family leaves- on Thursday  morning for his new home at Kaslo.  Hon. J. H. Turner went through on  Sunday morning for the south. He is  making a final tour through Hie mining districts before leaving for the old  country.  Hon. T. M. Daly and Chief Const. W.  H. Bullock Webster and .Mrs. Webster came in from attending the assizes  at Golden on Saturday night and left  for the south next morning.  ���������Now is your chance to have a photo  of your new spring suit, and what  about the baby's photo. Will be in  studio a few days.    R, H. Tkuemas.  *  C.H. Gibbons of the Province staff,  ��������� accompanied by Mrs. Gibbons and  daughter went through on Monday  morning en route to Buffalo, where  he is going to represent lhe piovince  of British Columbia.  -Mr. Blair, minister of railways, hat-  given notice of a resolution tu grant a  subsidy.of S90.(j00 for a railway from  Duncan lake towards Lardo or Arrow  ��������� I'ike, B. (.'.. a distance noi exceeding 30  miles.  ��������� Don't fail lo have a cup of tea al  the Japanese tea house May 25'ih.  The tickets are selling well for the  production of "Milky White" by  M-.--.si-s. Dunne and Cupeland on Friday evening. These two gent lenieti  have worked hard to. add to the  attractiveness and efficiency of llu-  opeia house stage and deserve a bumper bouse as a reward.  Ti'TfvelliTig gnuTTmi*n say lliat oats  aie going in be oats. . In Manitoba  there are none in sight. In Alberta  Blackmail A: Ker have ��������� corralled  almost everything. Farmers are getting 3jc. a bushel and seed oals arc  being retailed along lhe line of tbe C.  AiE. for 50 c. a bushel,  A fire broke nut on Saturday even  ing in a cabiii across lhe Atrowheiul  truck inhabited tiy a man named Har-  wood. The fire was caused by the  itpsettingof a lamp. As no uatel  could begot to it. it lind lo be allowed  to burn itself out. which it did * ith  great efTect but foitunately without  selling lire lo any neighboring build*  ing=.  ���������All those desirous of having theii  fori mips told should consult the Gypsy  foi tune tellers on May 20th.  The At Home and Dance of Selkirk  Lod������e. I. O. O. F.. wilh which tliey  will inaugur-ile the reopening of tbehold Donald home'on Second St. or.  Thutcd.iy evening promine*' to he the  event of the season. The v.irioiK  committees struck for the event are  sparing no efforts to ensure suc-cesc,  and every member of the lodge feeN  tbat tbe occasion is a special one and  worthy of special effort.  After* a tiinl planting three dayn,  Frederick Collins was found guilty Friday of the murder of Arthur Dan.Io  *t Peterliorougli lust Oct nbei-. nnd was  -sentenced by Chief JuMice Mi Coll to  ������>e hanged od Jiily 16 at Nclsm*. T.  Mayne Daly prosecuted for the crown,  and llie prisoner was defended' by  Tho?. O'Brien.     The condemned man  ��������� .-line in on Saturday night under the  ��������� haruc of Const. H. W. Barnes, and  .lay over at Ihe Revelstoke. He had  Ji is banjo  with   him   nnd his conduct  ���������vas extremely nonchalant for a person  Cn his awful position.  ���������Rebecca will beat the well to give  She tb ii sly w.iyfmer lemonade on  f.'ay 20ih.  ���������fin to Mrs. I". Tapping i'oreabbage  plants.  i  County Court sits here on May 20lh.  P. Burns spent.ye'sterd'iy in town.  A. Ferguson of the Triune mine is in  town.  \V. B. Pool left for Calgary on Sunday morning.  F. McCarty went wc-t last night  w'uh P. Burns.  I j. Didisheim went south on this  morning's train.  Mrs. Chas. Holten and child left this  morning on a trip toGret'iiwood.  C. B. Hume returned last night from  abusiness trip to Calgary.  M. Pettipiece started ont on Mond-iy  with a party of 11 men to lix up the  Big Bend Trail.  J, M. Doyle returned from his week'*  holiday trip at the coast on Monday.  Miss Evans left this morning for  Calgary, accompanying Master MeCarter as far as Banff.  J. Smith is opening a barber shop in  Ihe ground floor premises at the west  end ot the Hkiiai.d block.  The Golden junior football team will  visit Revelstslie on the 21th and play a  match with the Revelstoke juniors.  ���������Ice Cream Sodas today at Field Si  Bews' Drug Store. ' 10 cents a glass.  The Herald regrets to hear that  Jas. Lander is not getting much bettpr  of his rheumatism at the Hot Springs.  Manager Phipps of the Imperial  Bank and Geo. S. McC.irterca'iie back  from :i trip into the Liirdeitti on Monday.  ��������� Try tlie delicious drinks. Tee Cream  Sodas, etc.. served at Field & Bew's  new Soda Fountain.  The ladiesof the Presbyterian church  intend giving a garden party about the  middle of June. Further particulars later. '  Thos, Taylor. M: P. P.. and Gold  Commissioner Fauquier left this morning for Camborne to go into the Fish  River waggon road proposition.  Messrs, Twinning and Mnrs-e, tlie  vocalists,������who intended tn give u  concert here on Wednesday, left on  Monday morning by the No. .1, -but  will return and make another date in a  couple of week?.  E. A. Biadley nnd Capt. D. Pml  Hughes expect lo make a start for thc  Duqnesne Co.'s placer properties on  Smith Creek in a day or two. ns soon  as the Big. Bend Trail is fixed so thai  horses can tiav'el over it.  Great improvements are being madp  on ' the grounds surrounding the government building. The whole has been  ploughed up, trees planted and fl-.wer  beds laid out. A much needed coat, or  paint is being applied to the fence. The  unsightly board palings might now  with advantage givepbir-e on the north  and west sidestoja neuli r lescriptionof  fence.  Turn Horn sliirled down river on  Monday niornir.g and crossed over  with his cauoe to the mouth ot the  creek indicated by W. Mnekie as the  spot.wheie he discovered-the human  remains, but could find no tri.ee of  anything. He thinks that Mi. Mackie  was mistaken in thinking the locality  so far down-river, as he noticed a  burnt cabin, as descrined, on a spot  opposite the mouth ofthe Illecillewaet,  Beautiful   White   Goods  Fancy. White Muslins,\_\ll-Over Laces, Valencium, Kit*. Swiss and  Dainty Muslins. A most beautiful display of those Fashionable  Goods in various colors at loc, 17c, 20c, 23c, and 50c.  Under Skirts  Mercerised Sateen Skirts in endless colors���������alf prices.  We sell the Famous '  asked for  Perren's   Gloves  PERRENS " Gloves.     Once worn alwavs  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in thc Compounding of  Prescriptions; and our care and skill  ���������the results of experience - and  training���������assure that degree of ac  curacy. And, in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Biing  your prescriptions here.  .    RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CijRTIS,  TAYLOR BLOCK,  McKenzie Ave  ���������St. Peter's Church Talent Society  will hold an entertainment on tbe  evening of May 28th, 1Q1 in Tapping'***  opera house. Thc programme will  include the"following special features :  Mr*.. Jarley's Wax Works. Cake Walk.  Military Drill, also do not overlook  the Japanese Tea House, Gypsy Camp.  Billot'Box, Rebeccsmt the Well, etc.  This wilf be good from first to lust and  yon will not;regret putting your time  and monev in it.    Admission 23 c.  Revelstoke Gun Club.  The following wa.s the score   at  the  practice   shoot  on   Saturday la-it, (20  birds unknown angles).  class 1.  J. Of. Barber 18 (gold button).  A. J.  McDonell  It   (silver   button).  C. R.Skene 11,  R.CA. Upper II.  A. McRae 11.  CLABS 2.  S. McKay (J (gold button).  D. W. Sle-uni'-iiO.  F. G. Fauquier 5.  Tie for gold button in class 2, McKay  1, Stearinan 0.  Iron Deposit Near Kitcbrner.  It is said that an enormous iron ore  deposit has lieen discovered between  thp towns* of Kitchener and Croston,  and that the C. P. R. has 20 claims  located. The ore has lieen tested nnd  it is said to be of the finest quality.  Those in position to know says that it  is as lar*ge a proposition in the way of  iron as the Fernie coal deposit is  the way of coal,���������Moyic Leader.  Chloride Lime, Carbolic  Acid, Camphor, Sulphur  Formaldehyde, Fumigating Pastilles, etc. In  fact all disinfectants and  fumigators  AT ^���������)  FIELD & BEWS  Druggists anil Stationers,  TEi.WHONF. 18. Hrovvn Block."  A    BUSINESS  PROPERTY  FOR SALE  ON SECOND STREET���������a bargain  and on easy terms of pavment. Applv  to .1. IX SIBBALD. Reai   Estate Agt.  ABARGAIN IN  REAL ESTATE  A VALUABLE RESIDENCE--  Property near the Court house. Cost  over SS2.(KX), I'or sale at $11)00. For  terms anil particulars applv io A.  JOHNSON. Herald OHice.  Ille-  NOTICE  The following   appln-aiions   liave    1h**_h  r������_ceiveiH'ar-l:.u]iior^i7icenc*?**r: ------  Swan   Anderson    Retail    Licence  cilllewael.  Edward     Hnr-ington     Retail     Licence  Illecillewaet.  J. J. Foley Retail Licence Arrowhead.  E. J. Kerr Relail Licence Arrowhead.  John Cameron    Retail    Licence   Comaplix.  J. A. McGee Retail   Licence   Comaplix.  Issac Bate Nock  Retail Licence   Thomson's  Landing.  T. J. Graliame   Retail   Licence    Thomson's  Landing.  Boys" Blouse Suits  Just   to   hand, the    finest shipment of   BOYS'  BLOUSE SUITS  These are the best make in Canada and don't rip-anywhere.  t      * *  Men's Clothing  AVe have just opened up a  large  range  of  Beautiful   Sateen-Lined  All-Wool Serge and Worstered Suits and marked theina wav down.  CALL AND SEE US BEFORE BUYING  ELSEWHERE.  TAYLOR & GEORGE  THE   WIDE-AWAKE   BUSINESS   MEN,   MACKENZIE   AVE.  0i The difference between rent paying and the Birkbeck plan-Eg?  of Rent Purchase.  RENT PLAN  S������ Pay $10 or $15 per month for thc  Ka use of somebody else's house for  5K3 10.years. At the end of that  jgv lime the' landlord owns lhe  5S$ house and money, the rentpayer  &3s has a package of receipts.  i^*..  m  BIRKBECK  PLAN.  Pay rrom $10 to  $15 p..*r  month  for tbe  use  of a home  fur  ten  years.     At the eiufof that true jgj*  you  own  your home  and save ^  hioney ever afier. c'o,  ������-"���������.-���������  ?'������  .*���������-������,  *_���������**__,  _&_������"��������� KW  1185  For Further iinorinatio*.. apply to  LEWIS BROS,    ' flr tO G* s- fWeCARTER-  . General Agents. **���������";   *" Solicitor.  'j'gl'S^'W?*^.^**"'^**������.^.^^  iikWM  m^jBrn  CORPORATION QF THE CITY  OF REVELSTOKE  ������������������"  '-���������-. ..--���������niw '. "-���������-.-=.   .- *      "    '  By.-LAW   NO.  A By-law to authorize the granting of a  subsidy of three-thousand dollars to The  Kevi-lsio.ce Navigation Company, Limited.  .U'HERKAS it is deemed expedient in  the interests of the.City of Kevelstoke to  aid The Revelstoke Navigation Company,  Limited, in the construction" oi* a steamer  to u.-ivigate the Columbia river between.  Revelstoke and La Pone by way of subsidy hy granting to the. said The Revel-  Mokc Navigation Company, Limited,  debentures issued uprn llie i-re lit of llu*  Municipality io th<; amount oi" three  thotisauJ doll.-its, payable in twenty-live  years and bearing interest in the meantime al the rate of five per cent, per  annum;  AXD WHEREAS it is necessary for  that purpose to issue upon the credit of  the said Municipality debentures to lhe  amount of-three thousand dollars payable  in twenty-five years.and_ bearing  interest  John Hector  Retail   Licence   Nakusp  J. D. Bourne Retail Licence Nakusp.  Thos. Abriel Retail   Licence   Nakusp.  And further take, notice that the regular  meeting ol* lhe Board of Licence Commissioners will be held in McLcnnan-t  Hotel, Trout bake City, on June 151I1,  1901, at 1.30 p, 111.    ,  R. A. L'pper.  Chief Inspector.  w  #  ,p  R  I  N  T  Note Heads, Bill' Meads  Letter Heads, Statements  Envelopes, etc., etc. in  an up to date, clean and  attractive manner. Send  to us for your next printing. We are sure we  will give you satisfaction.  '"I  The   Revelstoke Hcarld  Printing and   Pub.   Co.  in the meantime at. the rate of five* per cent  per annum, such debentures - when so  issued to be applied for the purpose  aforesaid;  AND WHEREAS a petition has been  presented to the Municipal council' of the  said Corporation of the City of Revelstoke  signed by ttfu owners of at least one-tenth  in value of tin; real property within the  City of Kevelstoke as shewn by. the last  revised assessment roll of the said City  asking lhat a by-law be introduced for the  purpose aforesaid and for Ihe purpose of  raising the said sum of three thousand  dollars by the issue of debentures for the  purpose aforesniii; '      *    -  -  AND WHEREAS thu whole amount of  the rateable real property within the said  City of Revelstoke according to the last  revised assessment roll of llie said City is  the sum of six hundred and I wo thousand  six liu nil red nml ninety-seven dollars;  AND WHEREAS it will be rcc-uisilt. 10  raise annually by special rale sufficient  thercfora: the sum of two hundred and  thirty-two dollars and twenty-nine cents  for paying tho said debt and interest  thereon;  NOW THEREFORE the Municipal  council of the Corporation of the City of  Revelstoke enacts as follows:  1. It shall be lawful for thc Corporation  of the. City of Revelstoke to granl by way  of subsidy lo the said The Revelstoke  Navigation Company, Limited, thc sum of  three thousand dollars, either by the  payment of (he said sum to said Company  in c-is'i or by the delivery lo said Company  ofthe debentures issued under llie authority ol thi.s by-law as hereinafter mentioned.  2. It shall he lawful for the Mayor of  (lie Corporation of the City of Revelstol.e  to borrow on the credit of the said Corporation by way of debentures I cr.:inaftei-  mentioned from any person, persons,  firm, body or bodies corporate, who may  be willing to advance the same as a U>a������,  a sum of money not exceeding in the.  whole the sum of three thousand dollars  and to cause a 1 such sums so raised ^ ir  received to h.- paid into the hands of trie  Treasur. 1-of the Corpo.-ation "or the ��������� ur  pose and with ihe" object hereinafter  recited,  3. It shall he lawful for Hie Mayor of  the said Corporation lo cause any number  of debentures to be made, executed and  issued for such siim 01 sums a.s may be  required for the purpose and object aforesaid not exceeding, however, thc sum of  three |lhouiiftiKl   dollars,    each     of    said  debentures being of the denomination of  one thousand dollars and all such deben-"  tures shall be sealed with the seal of the  Corporation and signed bv the Mavor  thereof. " ' .-,  *  4. The said debentures shall bear the  date of June '15th, A. D. 1901, and shall  be made payable in twenty-live years from  thc said date in lawful money of Canada'  at the office "of the .Molsons. Bank at  Revelsloke aforesaid, which said place of  payment shall be designated by said  debentures and shall have attached to  them coupons for the payment of interest  and the signature to the interest coupons  may either be written, printed, stamped or  lithographed.  .v    The   said   debentures   shall  beat  interest at five per centum per annum  from the date thereof which interest shall  be payable semi-annually at the oflice of  the Molson Bank at Revelstoke aforesaid  in lawful money of Canada on the 1 ^th  day of June, and the 151I1 day of December  respectively in each anil every year during  the currency thereof and "it" shall be  expressed in said debentures and coupons  to be so payable.  6. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of  the said Corporation to negotiate and sell  the said debentures or any of lliem for less  than par but in no' case" shall the said  debentures or any of them be negotiated  or sold I'or less than ninety-five pereenuim  of their face value including "the costs of  negotiating and sale, brokerage and all  other necessary expenses.  - 7. There shall be raised and levied in  each year during tlie currency of the said  debentures the sum of ono hundred and  fifty dollars for the payment of interest  and eighty-t^vo dollars7 and twenty-nine  cents I'orthe payment of. lhe . said __deb_l  under llie said debentures by a special'  rate sufficient therefor on all the rateable  real properly in the said Municipality.  8. It shall be lawful for the said Municipal council to re-purchase any of the  said debentures upon such terms as may  be agreed upon with the legal holder or  holders thereof, either at the time of sale  or at any subsequent time or times and all  debentures so re-purchased shall bu forthwith cancelled and destroyed and no reissue of I lie debentures shall be mad  consequence of such re.-purchasc.  1 9. The said The Revelstoke Navigation  Company, Limited, shall commence the  construction of the said steamer on or  before the (irst day of July, 1001, and  shall have, the same completed on or  before the lirst day of September, 1901,  and said Company shall establish..a port  of call at or near the City 01 Revelstoke.  10. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of  the Corporation ofthe City of Revelstoke  lo deliver Ihe said debent.ires to The  Revelstoke Navigation Company, Limited,  upon completion of the said steamer as  aforesaid and as soon as said Company  shall have commenced to actively operate  llie same.  11. This by-law is passed on lhe express  condition tin.I failure on the pari of thu  said Company to commence the construction of the said steamer 011 or before  the first day of July, 1901, .shall render  this by-law null and void.  12. This by-law shall lake effect on and  after the fifteenth day of June,   1901.  13. This by-law shall before the final  passing thereof receive thc assent of tin:  latepayers of the Corporation according  to the provisions of and in the manner,  presirbed by the "Municipal Clauses Act"  and amending Acts.  1* This by-law may be oiled as "The  Keve'slo'ce jVavigalioii Compnny subsidy  by-law".  Read a first limn May  17II1, 1901.  Read a second time May 17th,   1901.   "  Read a third lime May 17th,   1901.  Received   the   assent    of   the    Electors'  , 1901.  Reconsidered and    finally   passed   and  adopted by the council , 1901.  City Clerk. Mayor.  TAKE NOTICE that the 'above is a'  true copy of the proposed by-law upon  which the voles of the qualified electors  ofthe Muuici) ality will be taken at the  fire hall, Second Street, Revelstoke, B,C.,  on Wednesday the 5U1 day of June jV. D.  1901, between the hour of 8 o'clock in Ihe  forenoon and 4 o'clock in the afternoon. ��������� -  CHARLES ERSKINK SHAW.  May 17th, 1901, citv Clerk. !  THE COMMERCIAL  CENTRE OF THE  LARDEAU  MINING  COUNTRY  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $75 and $100  FLOYD  KEVELSTOKE  Si. C.  1  ?ri#  Xyf-'  fl  ^������������������tl  ij iS  1    'f  J'!������l  ������*r,f .s?  w*  J. t������"*'  if  JOHN D. SIBBALD,!^a  'ir-i^'.-S'*"*'.*^-^'.***.--'*-^^  t  fr  *  ���������>_<  fr  'fr  fr  fr  . fr  fr  fr  fr  -A.C3-3.lSr T   -ETO-E-l  REAL ESTATE  n   }'. II. TOW.NSITH.  MAItA 'lOWNSITK.  fr  fr  ���������fr  fr  fr  'fr  ���������___  **i  ociation.  tiie Fire.  ?  fr  %  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ���������fr  fr  i  ... X*  t>jr#+r~2!&>&i>j(>^*ir~rr*>9&i>jr^^ j*.  ETNAWPTAT     t Canada l-ermniicnl .t Western  a. M.Lii.M.i.1 KJJ.J.1.L.   , _.;(IllUlllj|u Slu,jllgs lxiau anil Building As*  TWCITD A IMPE   I    (Imperial i'lrc.      Giiiirilliin Fire.       Jlercan  lnoU-_VAilL_C   I    < Ciinii.llaii l-'ire.      Uulcdnulaii Fire. ���������  -nuvjiuinuu   .    j cjolll<..li(.1..ui,1I. u(e.      Atlas l*ire.  COAL FOR SALE.' HOUSES FOU SALE AND KENT,  Address Revelstoke Station.  Honest, admiration is elected -. by  those who wear our clothes. They.are  always correct, oloifimt, suitable.,.It is  pleasing to lie woll attired, and iileas-  ing to be conscious that others ti-diiiiri.-  your tasl.(>. By buying here" you disarm criticism and- usually save yourself cash   HIGH CLASS LADIES' ' '  CUSTOM TAILORING  ���������^"^���������>^M-M-__a_____M____.M  J.B(ressmdHTHEART  TAYLOR  MoKENZIi.   AVKNUK  I.nr-.i' anil Well i.iglited  Sample 'looms   Heated by Hot Air nilil.JCI.i-trlc  iv.-., I-..-.*-.,    .    .���������,-,'   ,'   Bel-H-milL-KlilIn every room  Free Bus Jlects All Trains ���������    . ���������  KeiiMinalile llate.-i  *  -      ^HOTBL  VIOTOE/IAoJ     -  JOHN V.-PERKS, Pwi.-wktok  1**"Ik!u   firlll "i<(.i**i 'a f'-.iinecilnii for the Convenience of fiiicsts  'Hourly Kliv.-t Cur-  Uetivei-M lli.tel nu.l Stimuli  H^sv������Qs^������]|(0, H.(������.  Wake Up  AND SEE THE BARGAINS AT  GUY BARBER'S IN 0  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodffors Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  mWW'Ww������Wwwww'&^) ##,#*S#(S(S'S**S#  1    REVELSTOKE  '������_*'     o ������ ' l  1   ���������   ' SMELTER ��������� ���������  I ���������   townsite'  . Mayne,  ������  *.Vf*$  fl  if,  .ft?!  i  Lots from $100 Up.  R .H.MAYNE  Notary Public and Insurance .Agent.  i  I  w  ti  m  M  I  a  i. -i.  "ccncrsffnaKW  __*-.-<  ^.tjtaz^jt,,  ���������fie-*.

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