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 ' >  I  Vol    V  42.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.     WEDNESDAY,   MAY  190L  Year in Advance.  G. B. HUM  <***+&++**���������&*-*4Ht**-*-C*<X*4M  '��������� A.  Direct importation"^rfrom  Kirkcaldy,' Scotland, now in.  ' The   Patterns are  Prettier**"  than ever and the Price is  lower.    They include a fine  line ol Ingiains.  Come  and Examine   them;  Gents!  Ladies'  Children's  Misses' ;  - V-j\X ���������**���������'-*��������� $���������*-** - * v1"  **;**> '-'<- ~ , - " ^  Latest Wew York r^  Nove)ties.-_i������������������^.:  . We-have-no -hesitntiori -iii  stating   that  we   have the,  prettiest and nobbiest lmes.  ever shown iu this City.  JS  WHELIK  "WE   SUlNE  Slmii we wntciL down.  -We -'want "vy-our*'Order-  for'  several reasons.;���������   .  Because''  We can save you money.  Because  Wo  can  please  you  in  quality.  ' Because ������  We ban ensure you good  service. _  r  ������������^������^>������>J������>^>>j^>>^*gi������>J>*������***������>.  FRUITS  We intend giving special  attention, to FRUIT this  Summer and will have  them as fast ns they Tipen,  Strawberries and Cherries  _are arriving now.  x+>^}r'������������p>9X>9������MP������)>*+������������-JHkWr*������  C.B. HUME  &C0  AROUND THE YARD  f  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  C. Ciirey, trainmaster at Field, was  in town on Snncbiy.  Mrs. Hopgood, wife of Cond. John  Hopgnod of Kmnloops, has ({one on u  tiip to Winnipeg.  W. A. MiGuirc of tlieO. P. It. shops  was a vie-itor to Calgary on the 24th  and reporlH trig crowds und a good  time.  ��������� Engine No. 316 left the shops this  morning after having had vry heavy  repairs, including new flue sheets, done  on bur.  Kootenay Lodge, No. 238, Revelstoke  lias decided not to send a delegare to  the machinist.*-! convention, which  opens iu Toi onto on June 3rd.  W. Christie, who has been 17 years  wilh the "C, P. B. Telegraph Co. in  Victoria, ten of them lis manager, has  resigned and has opened an office as  commission agent. His successor has  not yet heen appointed.  * The threatened extension of the  Machinists strike to railway xhops  would involve 100,000. including 40,000  machinists, the others heing boiler-  makers, pattern-makers and skilled  workmen, who work with the machinists in the various shops.  At' Trail on the 23rd," Alexander  MucPonuld. machinist of the C. P. R.  shops in Trail, and Miss Nora May  Burns, late of the Arlington Hotel,'  Trail, were ' united in marriage. The  nuptial knot was tied hy the pastor of  lhe" Methodist church. Rev*. John 8.  Pye. * ..- . -   -  There is now-being constructed in  the C. P. It. -yard here a -device tor  ditching along the truck on the prairie,  invented, liy Supt. Kilpatrick. It is  attached by a' hinge to the - side of a  snow plough and is intended to' scoop  out the ditch alongside of the track as  it goes along.    -  The body of Barney, the brakeman,  "<vho wus^killed in the. Elk 'Itiver accident,'.was recovered early last, week  and wits taken-feast, i accompanied ~by  his-father,'-Engineer Barney. ���������*- Owing  to the depth of the water, no attempts  will at present be made to remove, the  engine from the river;-'  '     "   .'.-    ," -_  -Mr,' W."H.'Rosevetir,"general accountant of the G. T. R.. Montreal, had  a miraculous escape from death last  Wednesday. While crossing the  trucks ut Point St, Charles to the  general pfiices he was struck by a  shunter and badly injured. The  locomotive threw him clear of the  tracks.        - -j  The local' employment agencies are  meeting with very indifferent success  in their efforts to seenre men for the  Lardeau railway construction work.  It looks very much as if the iailwuy  contractors will be forced to furnish  transportation in order to secure men,  .is laborers say they can do better on  the .work, ut Rohson and Bonnington  Falls.���������Nelson Tribune.       ���������,  'The killing of an Indian by a Great  Northern freight' train: near Sultan,  Wash., seems to have caused'consider-  .able_-.ii]dignation_among_the.re.l__in'n  against the railroad company's em**  ployes, who are. "it appears, held  responsible for the accident. Last  week a freight train passing the spot  where the Indian was struck was' flred  .upon by Indians.   No one was hit'. .  Robert "'Mee,'-travelling C. P. R  locomotive engineer! is ��������� conducting  experiments - between '' Trail and  Rossland with a -view to establishing  the hauling capacity of the ' Baldwin  single engines^ introduced on that sec  lion to replace t We Bald win compounds  which did not give thorough sutinfar-  tion. The big Shay mnrinegeared  engine is at the Trail muchiiie shop for  repairs.  At a meeting of the International  Association of Machinists Sunday a  committee representing the machinists, boiler .mikers, blacksmiths, pipe  litters, tinsmiths und painters  employed by the New York Central  railway in Buffalo drew up the following propositions to lie presented to the  railroad company: 1. A permanent  nine hour day to be established, 2 A  10 per cent increase to he paid on the  present wages, 3. AU other conditions being satisfactory to remain as  they are. 4.i* This to take effect June  1st, 1001. About 1300 men are employed  in flic Central shops there. ���������  On Sunday morning about 11 k.  tln'ee Pullman cars containing sixty  members of Chicago Division, No. 1,  O. R. C, who have been attending the  convention at St. Paul and their wives  sisters and sweethearts, the whole  party numbering some . 95, pasted  through en route west. H. H. Wood  waa the conductor in charge of the  party, which is to make the round trip  by Vancouver, Seattle, Salt Lake City  -ind Denver, back to Chicago,  where  A slide, which carried out part of  No, 7 snow shell near Rogers Pass  delayed Saturday's No. 1, which did  not arrive until 2 a. m. next morning.  Statistics given out by a Canadian  Pacific official prove that a person is  as safe in a passenger coach as at his  own fireside. Last year the Canadian  railroads carried 22,000,000 passengers  and only seven fatal accidents occured. Speed has not been sacrificed to  obtain this result, and the credit is  due to the great care that has been  taken in the working out of all the  details of the service.���������Montreal Gazette.  W. H. Bane, the Seattle machinist,  who spent a few days in Victoria during the recent Garonne trouble, is a  Canadian, being a native of Ottawa  Mr. Bane left. Victoria to attend the  machinists' convention in Toronto this  week. While in this city" Bane made  a host of fiiunds. Seattle machinists  have reason to be well satisfied with  their representative. He is a man of  exceptional lability and weirposted on  the workings of his'organization. His  straightforward'' explanation "of the  Garonne trouble did much towards  gaining the co-operation of Victoria  unionists. To him also belongs  much of ^he credit for the organization of the machinists in . this city.���������  Colonist.        " '    ���������"       -    _  A HOT BOX TO  Funeral of W. H..Caldwell.  The funeral rites -with'., which the  body of W. H. Caldwell "was- laid to  rest, were celebrated on Monday afternoon. The remains had previously-  been conveyed to the Masonic hall ou  Station Road, and there the first  portion of the Masonic burial service  was conducted before setting out to  the Presbyterian church. .Thefuneral  cortege consisted of representatives of  Selkirk Lodge, I. O. O. P., followed by  the'eity band. Behind the band came  the members of the Masonic order,  who were followed by the. hearse, on  each side of which walked the six  pallbearers as-follows in order starting from the right: W. S. Newman,  E. Adair jr., P.'J. Guerin, J. M. Kellie,"  -A. E. Kincaid and R. Trimble." Behind tlie hearse followed a conveyance  containing the chief mourners, Mrs.  W* H. Caldwell and the three children,  of the deceased/Mrs. Stirrett of/Nelson, jier. .sister,..,'arid j,.: J_--_."_.CiUd\vell.���������  .bl���������othe^'of the deceased. '"..A lorig'.line  of-vehicles and pedestrians brought up  the rear. The* service in the church  was conducted by-Rev. W. C. Calder,  assisted by the choir.,,' At- the;'grave  after the clergyman, had concluded  the burial service of the Presbyterian  communion, the rest "of -the.-solemu  Masonic funeral rites were celebrated  by the brethren. *  Self Denial Week.  This being their week of Self Denial  local Salvationists are busy collecting  for the fund.' It is always a pertinent  question "Where does the money go  to?" At one time we believe this fund  was."devoted to the extension of  foreign missions but this is no' longer  the. case for ".the greater part of thia  amount raised, isspent in this country  itself. The Salvation Army is doing  splendid work in its industrial homes,  rescue and maternity homes, men  and women's shelters established in  different centres in this country", while  the world_over the~Army���������has���������about  500 similar refuges for the fallen and  destitute. We wish the Army every  success. "  The Grand Panhandler's Cuisine Troubled the Overland  Mail Train Considerably.  Trainmen on the overland mail had  been troubled all the way from Jersey  City westward with a mysterious hot  box on the forwaid truck of the Pullman sleeper Oread. The journal box  blazed up again after leaving Kansas  City, and at Lawrence the brakeman  going forward to investigate, discerned crouched in between the wheels of  truck i*.nd underneath the car. a man.  He was drugged out, protesting, and  when he had divested himself of three  overcoats and removed a pair of blue  goggles from his eyes, the breakiuaii  recognized '"Tommy . the Grouser,"  familiar to trainmen 'the country  over us a daring and successful beater  of passenger trainb. ' The tramps  revere him as lhe Grand Panhandler  of their Western Continental association.  The Grand Panhandler was estab  lishing a record. He now holds the  record for "decking" passenger tiains  having ridden every, inch ofthe way  between New York'and S.ui Francisco  on the top of a pullnian sleeper. This  trip was for the purpose of riding the  distance underneath nn the trucks.  He had a small curled hair, cushion  to deaden the jar iu his uncomfortable  hiding place, and in his hand he carried a jointed pole, like a-fishing rod  with a large hook on the end. He  explained that he used this gaff to pick  up cold lunches. The unlucky section  hands paid unwritten ti Unite to his  ingenuity." As the train"flow along he  would dexterously hook up the full  dinner pails which the -laboreis had  left by the track.   - ���������      _  "But why the hot boxes" demanded  the trainmen. And then the prince of  wanderers'exp'ained. Knowing that he  would tire of cold food from pirated  dinner - buckets," he laid in "a supply of  sirloin steak before-leaving .for the  west. In lieu of a stove he had ignited  the oily .waste in the I'dope" 'box and  broiled his steajc--aiid \vari*.ed the'cold  coffee found in the dinner pails on the  fire. . _  * The extra passenger implored the  trainmen not to force him to give up  his trip, bnt they weie stern. He is  now telling his tale to the charitable  housewives of Lawrence.  A FEARFUL  Electric Cars Crash Together  ���������A Pyramid of Crushed and  Mained Humanity.'  Alhany, N. Y., May 28���������Electric  curs racing foe a, switch while tunning iu opposite directions at the rate  of 40 miles un hour cost flve lives  yesterday afternoon by a terrific  collision, while over forty prominent  people are injured, some lutully and  others seriously, and filled the accident wards of the various hospitals,  Willi the possibility of other deaths  during the course of the day. The  lobby of the local post office is filled  with dead and wounded. Hysterical  women and children are looking for  relatives and friends, surgeons administering temporaly relief, and ambulances racing through the city  taking the wounded to hospitals were  the early intimations of the most  terrible _electric line accident ever  heard of in this locality.  The scene of the accident was a  point aliout two miles out of East  Green Bush, on the line of the Albany  and Hudson railway, and a just completed road of the third rail pattern.  The point where the cars met on the  single track was at a sharp curve,  aud so fast were both running and so  sudden the shock that the motor men  never had tune to put on the brakes  before south {.bound ear 22 had gone  almost clean through north bound ear  number 17 with human flesh for a  buffer nnd hung on the edge of a high  bluff with its load of shocking maimed  humanity.  One motor man was pinioned up  against thc crushed front of the south  bound cur with hoth legs severed und  was killed instantly, jWhile the other  one lived but a few moments." Fully  120 men, women .and children.-forined  a huge, struggling, shocking pyramid  mixed with blood, detached portions  of human bodies and the wreckage of  the cars. _ .Some of the more slightly  injured of the men extricated' theniT  selves from the quivering'mass and  began.to.take people out of the rear  ends of the two cars, and almost  everyone was extricated in this -way.i  -,,-Tho--; scenes -.-.were������'~ heart /-rending.  The few women and'children who had  escape'd injury and death were -hysterical and added their cries to the  shrieks of the dying. Men with  broken" arms and~ jaws, dislocated  joints and bloody heads and faces  tried to assist others who   were  more  helpless and there were many cases  of bravery. Help had been summoned from East Green Bush and  in a short time the bruised mass of,  humanity with the mutilated dead for  gruesome und silent company were  loaded on extra cars and taken to  Albany. There, ambulance**, und  physicians had been summoned and  the post office turned into a morgue  and hospital. As fast as thc physicians could fix up wounds thoy were  taken to their homes or to the hospitals in carriages or hospital ambu-  ances.  LATEST WIRINGS  The  Machinists    Strike  Spreading-.  Still  The Hospital and the Victorian Order.  Miss Charlotte .Macleod, chief lady  superintendent of the Victorian Older  of Nurses ai lived on Tuesday inoriiing  from Vernon and met the hoard of  hospital directors in the afternoon  with regard to the" suitability of  Revelstoke as a point for the establishment of one of the cottage hospitals,  for which Lady Minto is engaged in  creating a fund. She was interviewed  by Supt. Kilpatrick, T. Downie, I. T.  Brewster, R. llowson, B. It. Atkins,  J. Abinhariison, C. E. Shaw, Dr. Cross  and G. IC. Grogan. It was explained  to Miss Macleod that it was intended  to put up a larger building than those  contemplated by Lady Minto's project  and in the couise of the conversation  arrangements were made by the  directors present for the hospital here  to be supplied hy the Victorian Orde.i  with muses. Miss McLeod advised  them to apply for a grant from the  order as well and promised to get a  plan of the hospital at Regina, which  would be very suitable for the size  and cost of building proposed here.  Miss Macleod took the gi elites'; interest  in the work of tbe association us  explained lo her and her visit here  has undoubtedly secured a friend for  the Qneen Victoria Hospital at Revelstoke both willing nnd able to help  on the project iu every way. Wu say  Queen Victoria' Hospital since it is  one of Lhe conditions of a grunt from  the Victorian Order that it shall bear  this name, a comlitionwith "which this  loyal "city of Revelstoke would be  eager lo comply, even if no grant were  forthcoming at"*all. Miss Macleod left  for the west on yesterday's No. 1.  Despatches in Brief.  .. Two-.boys .left'Vancouver-by the  -Empress _'of ,Indiii.,.Mpriday on a race  around the, .world. ; The La ".Presse  newspaper of Montreal has also.started  two reporters on the same errand.  An explosion in the Richmond coaj  mine at Dayton, Tenn., caused the  death of 17 miners and ,a score more  are still missing. ���������*  BIG REMOVAL SALE  EXPLOSION NEAR EVERETT.  The Boer Raid on Cape Colony Checked."  Jack the Ripper at His Old Work.  Dowie Will be Indicled^For Causing  Death of Mrs. Judd in Chicago. International Conference of Miners Favor an  Eight Hour Day.  Chicago. May 20���������A coroner's oflice  is to be established at Dowie's "Zi'oh'  headquarters here. The gr.ind jury  investigation into the death of Mis.  Jndd, who was treated in Zion is proceeding, Dowie's attorney admits  the grand jury will likely find an  indictment.  A Chinese student has captured the  medal in or.iloiy at the Vanderbilt  University. This is the highest honor  of this university.  Everett, May 29.-A push cart  loaded with 48 boxes of dynamite was  struck by a Great JJcu-thern freight  train near"*'here. The engine was  blown some distance up the mountain  side and oilier damage done to the cars  and steam shovel.  Cape Tow.v. May 20.-The Boer '  general Jschoeman and hi**, daughter  were killed by the explosion of . a  lyddite -shell, which he kept in his  house as a curiosity. He lived in  Pretoria after surrendeiing Lo Lord  Roberts when Pretoria was taken.-  Washington, May 29.--Tbe strike  of the machinists is still spreading and  many firms are agreeing to nine hour  day. 97 per cent of Uie machinists on  the JSouthern railways have voted to  strike. - . .      .  ,v  Capk Town, May 20���������The Boer  raiders into Cape Colony succeeded in ���������  capturing the garrison", of a British-:  post numbering 41 near'Maraisburg..  but have received a decided check at '  Vnndersburg.  FOR THE NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS j  they will return on the 18th day after}*5 "*?;  leaving   St.    Paul,   having  travelled  I'some 5,100 miles on an average of 187  miles a day.  Revelstoke Gun Club.  The following'was the score  at the  practice  shoot on' Saturday last, (20  birds unknown angles). , -  class 1. -  J. G. Barber 12 (gold button).  H. A. Brown 10 (silver button),  A. J. McDonell 9  C. R. Skene 7. *  class 2.  S. McKay 6 (gold button).  A. E. Phipps 5.  . Team  shoot 4 birds   each���������Brown  Skene, McKay 8;   Burlier,   McDonell,  Phipps 6."  o  An Observatory in Revelstoke.  Everybody is probably not aware  that an observatory exists in town  equipped with a telescope powerful  enough to clearly reveal many of the  wonders of the heaven, of which the  books on astronomy tell us. Such  'however is the case. R. R. Cope-  land has erected an observatory behind his ".Residence on Third St. and  has set up in it a powerful glass, a present from his father, the Astronomer  Royal of Scotland, by the aid of which  the volcanic formations on the surface  of the moon, the rings of Saturn, the  moons of Jupiter and the curious I  double and colored stars, which are  among the mysteries of the science, to  say nothing of numerous stars, quite  invisible to the naked eye, can plainly  be discerned. A most fascinating  evening can be spent examining thc  heavens'   through   this     magnificent  at REID & YOtJNGK S store  Bourne Bros, having decided to remove their  Stores on the corner of Mackenzie Avenue and  First Street we will commence a "Big Removal  Sale to reduce the stock before moving.  HP  BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS  Despatches in Brief.  The International miners conference *  in London has passed a resolution'.  favoring a universal eight  hour day.v  The British cruiser Pegasus -is  aground "off Gruine Spit outside  Sheerness.  Four cases of smallpox have been  discovered at Hamilton, Ont;  The boiler makers at Buyo-ine,- N. J.  nre ou strike for a nine hour day with'',  ten hours pay.  Lieut. Governor Allen of Vermont  andiepresentativeJ. W, Ketchhave  been arrested, charged with helping to  wreck the Farmer's National Bank of  that state. c  The United States supreme rnnrthna-  The --InvAder,"  Canada's  cup challenger, wm launched oa Mondnjr.  EVleiVs Furnishings  Dry Goods  Carpets and Curtains  Men's and Boys Clothing  o  Boots and Shoes  Hats and Caps  House Furnishins, Etc., Etc.  BARGAIN PRICES POR CASH ONLY  This will be a Genuine Money-Saving Sale at Ground Floor Prices  Don't miss this Grand Opportunity to make your Summer purchases.  %mfijWJrj*0jWj*������j*0j9j9J^  issued a decision that the constitution  doesfollow the flag and that Porto Rico  is part of the United States, although  nuder the Foraker act it is not so for  tariff purposes.  , The German quaitcr at Pekin hat  been handed over to the Chinese  authorities.  Another "Jack the Ripper'' murder  has been discovered in the White-  chappel district of London.  Roth Shamrocks will lie brought to  America and thc trial races kept up  till just before the cup races.  The pissetigers of the steamer Lake  Superior, detained fur the past3 weeks  at the Grosse Islet quarantine station  were relented yesterday. 23 returning  South African soldiers were aboard.  Many persons have been killed by  lightning in Geruianv, ,  Three men were killed by dynamite  on the Electric c.mal between Canton  and Wilkesbarre. P.i.  Several serious accidents have  occurred oil I he coast of Iceland. 29  men and women were drowned from  one boat.  4,000 insurgents from the province of *  Kiver Chan have invaded Sho Cbatin,  causing a widespread panic.  The C. P, It. has bought Olivet Baptist church adjoining the Windsor St.  station in Montreal.  A flre destroyed the house of James  : Post at Oaklake, Ont. Post and his  nephew were burned to death and his  mother fatally bin ned.  ' The two sons of Chas. Lead of Eden,  Ont,, have been burned in a barn,  -, *'y.;L  *'Vifi i'^i  i^-r   -.*��������� -  ���������*^*������*js^i&Wifi!A'r*Aff*_rS^!i^  v**--*!'J_*iil"^J'"  j -,o,'rtj',W avst" "< J.***  ^  %mhU\t ^fralil anil IJnilwnu  ^tn's journal,  rubiiihiM  H>  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co  Limited  Liability.  A.  JOHNSON,  Mftimaing niroctor.  A SOUND POLICY  A Pemi-Weeklv Jouriml iniblishcil in the  Intcresu of tbe ra'ilunv luen. minim*: men h.wi  business men of tlie West. Day**- of I'liblic-mioii  Wednesday and Sat urday.  ADVERIIdlNG   111TES.  Display ads.,*1.30 per inch; iingle column.  J2 par Inch **hcn inserted on tit lo I'-il*.-**  L<eal ads.. 10 cents per inch (nonimrlcl) line  for first insertion; o cent.*, for cai'li aila.tioniii  insertion. Loeal noiiee** 10 cents per line each  issue. Birth, Marriage and Death -Notice'*  free.  SUBSCEUTION   HATES.  Bv mail or carrier, fl per annum; **l.-"> f*>r  tix "month!,, strictly in advance.  OVK JOB  DEI'.-.I'.TMENT.  Isone of the best equipped i>rintiiipoll"iee.s i"  Ihe \Ve*>t and prepared to execute all knui*. oi  printing fn lirstclass njlc nt honest price*!.  One price to all. No job too larue���������none ������"  .small���������for n������. Mail orders promptly attended  to.   Give us atrial on jour next order.  TO CORKEM-ONnENT.-.  We invite correspondence on any Mibjeci  ot intere**t to the general public. In all cii**e-.  lhe bona tide name of lhe writer iim**t accompany manuocripl,' bin not ncce**-arily for  publication.  Addres������ all communications to the Manager.  NOTICE TO CORKKSPOSDKST**.  1.���������All correspondence m"*' 'j** ���������ei!i,-'*>  v, ritten on one side ol the paper only.  ���������J.���������Correspondence containing per-onnl  matter mu**t be .signed with the proper mime  of lhe writer.  G. E.GROOAS,  Editor.  Al hX. LUCAS.  Tnivelling Agent.  Wednesday, May ailh. 1901.  THE PASSING SHOW.  There ������'������" a meeting called cm  Saiui-ilay niglit of the direi-toi"* of tin*  hospital a*,.-ocialiiiii but no quorum.  It may Ik* a.*, well to point out to the  menilier.-of that body that there* is a  government appropriation made f������>r  thn purpose of aiding the erection of a  hospital here and that the people ul  thi*- town look to them to see that it  does not lapse for want, of being expended. It is very woll to say that  until the site matter i-. settled nothing  can lie done. if the director*, of the  .i--<cx;iiitioii intend to wait with folded  hand*, until the C. P. 11. ���������-���������<������������������*��������� 1)l'I'1*  has digested this quet-tioti of the site-  in its usual leisurely fashion it will hi*  month-, or years even before they  come to a decision. Uut a**, the site  ���������selected has been practically oiVored  us by the C.P. 15. it* seem-, to the  HbkaLD that it is only reasonable to  ���������-.uppose that if the proper authorities  wcremadeucquaiiiled ''V tlieclirector.*-  of the fact that* an appropriation from  -the provincial government is depending on the C. P. II- 1-'*'>'1 *>*-T*-- K������"ttin*j:  a move on, a jog might be administered to, that body, which wotitd  muteriully hasten things for ward.  Several nf the   great   railway   coiii-  p.iuie.*.. I'olluwiiig  the example   of   tic  Illinois Cent r,il. ha'.-eailnpteil a s> .-,*eiu  of     pi'ii.-ionin;-;   eniploye*.    who   have  groivu old in th"ir service.      Tlii*-   i.**. a  recogiiilinn    inci\il  life  of a priui'i]ile  long estJiblihhed in (lie military .-.ei-vice  of all nation^.    Kr-iiniiiiir.illy i*nnsiili*i-  ed. it   i*.   11    wise   ai iMiiiseincnt.      Its  tendency    will    be to   make men more  ,inxions to retain their situations  and  inori:   c.iii'l'ul   in   the performance ol  their duties.      It will also increase the  element of   personal    interest   in    the  business of the company among   thii.su  on  whose   reliabilily   succcs.sfiil   running depend-.      To young   men entering upon railway service it.  olt'ers-   the  piomisc of a career of special   usefulness, with   the   certainty   that   good  conduct   and   attention   to   duty will  relieve   them    of   the   fear of   loss of  employment and poverty in   old   ago.  This is all the more to be desired,since  service of this kind  requires   and   develops special aptitudes, ancl   when   a  man has been long accustomed to it he  is   not   of   much   account     in    other  piii'Miits.      ."Steady    employment   and  reasonable security aguiusl want  will  go far to obviate differences   between  employers anil     employes.���������.Montieai  Witness.  THE 07r. C.  Exports which keep coming in from  the Fish River camp are of the most  satisfactory nature and indicate that  an area of free milling quart/, of grout  richness and considerable extent undoubtedly exists on Pool Creek. The  quartz is of a character not usually  associated with gold and more of the.  same kind is to be found on Boyd  Creek and doubtless on other tributaries of Fish River. However this  may turn out, enough has alreacU  been discovered to demonstrate tht  jmssibilities of big things in the camp  and it is pretty sure that this siimmei  will witness more or less of astampedi  ui the district, which is fairh  accessible and could very easily hi  placed directly in touch with the main  line, of the C. P. R. ut Revelstoke. il  thc location via Camborne for tliis  end   of   the   Lardeau   branch   is   ad-  List of Officers Till 1903���������Pittsburg the Next Place of  Meeting. *  The 2,">th biennial session of the  grand division of thu Older of Itii!-  Ti'iiy Conductors came to a clcse at  4.IU o'clock Thursday afternoon al'tu  the roster of olTiceis had been completed, and Pittsburg had been si*'-'  ecteil as the next meeting place.  Nearly all of llie visiting delegates  went hiiine on the caily evening  trains.  Tin* convent inn sal. continuously  fi tun ten o'clock Thursday morning  ���������1 ml all ur a long diawii out effnrl, sue  ci*cded iu completing the list ol,  oHiceis. F.,11 li place hail a number nl'  aspiiaiit*. and (lie balloting w.i*-  neci'ss.nily slow.  .Cincinnati was conceded lo have the  inside track as the next convention  cily iu 1II0C", but al the lasL minute the  Pittsburg contingent, giubbeil I hi*  plumb out of the fire.  I'., JO. Clark, who has held the ollice  of gr.iu.l chief of the Order of Hi.I  way Conductors, since ISO!), has been  re-elected. Assistant Grand Chief  Conductor Ij.irritson and Grand Secretary and Treasurer F. Maxwell were  ilsu re-elected. The convention has  adopted lhe home pioposition, lhe  relief fund resolution, and pioviikil  thfit till delvgates to the grand iliv-  sion shall bo paid ."SI! per day by lhe  _jiand division and the toltil expense  levied pro lata against lhe niembei-  sbip.  Following is the list of other ollici rs  elected : Grand senior conductor C 11*  Wilkins. Chicago, re-eleetnd ; grand  junior conductor. L. E. .Shepherd.  Camden. N. N. ; inside sentinel. [���������*. C.  ���������Sinilli. Detroit, Mich, ie elected : oul-  -ide sentinel. A. G. Ferguson. Niium-I*.,  O. ; chuii man boaid of trustees. .1. E  Archer. Houston, Tex. : mem hers ul  ihe insurance committee. W. .1. Diu-  oin, Milwaukee and "V. H. "jutlil  Chicago Junction, O., re-elected.  hered to.  TIIE MACHINISTS  STRIKE  Few indeed among those who follow  to any extent the course of the In hoi  movement on  this continent  doubter  the itstilt of the   .Machinists' deinanc  for a nine hour day on   .May  2lJth  thi**  year.   Tlrj step was decided   on   -iftei  long    and    deliberate    u>ii**idei-.ition  funds weie conserved  anil   every   pie  cation taken and   provision  made   foi  opposition   and   reverses  and   In  pie  dude any possibiltv of   the   ������ bulge o'  hn.stiiiess  or secieey   a   year's   nolh-i  wai given to einployeis.     Dining  th-  year   the*    Machinists'   have   giilbeiei  much   s-trengtli   in   orgaiiiz.ilimi   -in*  the iiiodrnile  and allogel her   n-.i-on  n.hle   ch.uacter  <'l   lheir demo ml   h.i  enlirfed tht* sympathy and   .-'ippoit   oi  ali kii.dii-d li-sides and   of   the   iutelli-  geiTt'piiblii.    To the .Macbinisls of thi*-  inntinfiit.  us  to  their   lelln.v   u.ift-  men in Britain   belongs  lhe  honor "t  making the lirst atlemptoii a uutioii.-r  -cale  to shorten   the   sl.-iiiil.il it   "oil  day and for this they will de-el ve well  of all organized labor.  It should" lie borne in mind thai  whilst the movement has begun it  does not even immediately end wilh  Ihe Machinists.  I,ibor is" now so cr-.'irilinati'd lhat  one branch ia closely dependent on another, the stoppage of one small sec-tioi  stops a whole plant, and Ihe inevitable  ������*ff������t or theMacliiriistb" move will le  Ihe shortening of the woik day by oi e  hour at least in all kindred tiades.-  'Jhe Voice.  Starvation of Capital  It. C. Campbell-Johnston holds views  if his own upon  the  lead   problem   ol  ,he Slocan und tin: matter of its s.*iti*-  actory solution, says the  Nelson  Tri  ���������nine, which remarks:    .lie   does no",  agree with the advocates of a Government bounty   upon] ivliuery products  Ghat_tlic~solution-iSTi_��������� lie-reiiclicil ""I5J"'  :his   method. ' hut contends   that an.,  inch system is fallacious unci   of   verj  [iiestionabk* lieneMt.      Mr.   Campbell-  Johnston realizes of   course   that   bii  views may not bo   popular,   but   thi*  loes not restrain him   from   .ventilat  ing them.      In   his opinion the silver  lead mining industry is siiffuring fron  ;ln* doi'iiination of the   United   .State,  mielter and lead trust, but it does   no  .ull'ei* !-o much from this cause ,i.- fron  i starvation of capital necessarv lo its  ���������conoinieal woiking.       Ill   some case:  .his is the result of  iu-iiillli'iViit   work-  ng capital, and ill others it is   dun   It  li*il i iliiitiiiir loo much of the  euruing  n dividend.- iiiml allowing iiolliing foi  levelopmeilt account:    lull    ill    eilbel  ���������vent    the    rc-iill     i-   the   saini*.       ll  niei'iis   xess-ive   inilkitigs   of   Hi*   in*  lu-iry in mining, iu transportation,  n  .nielting. and ultimately   iu   i.*lininf.  .vbicl) put a    tax    upon    lhe   indiistiy  .ery few mini**, can sl-nnd.      That  tl e  iii.'in.igers of tin* liust iiiideistood    tin-  ���������rippled condition   of   the   silver-lead  iiiuiii^ indiisl ry of ICooten.iy is *-hnw n  oy their act ion in lefti-ing l������. puifhmi>  -.ilvf r-leiul cue.       They   appreeinle | In*  fact  11 if.t all thi-yliave tn   do    lo   slci|  pioiluctioii is to    tel'iisc*    to    puicliase.  mil lhey theiefore h,i\ea smaller out  put lo tukeenie    of.      This    is    manifestly a  much    cheaper   way   ol    con-  rolling the silu,ilioii   than    would    l������  tin-   outright   purchase   of  ' Im* inini-.s.  but it is just, as elleelive .mil   imt-t   ir  main so until sunicieiit luoiiey is founfi  for their ]iroper working.  In the opinion of ,\li*. ('ampl-ell-  lobnston the selieuie of the I'liilcc  States lead and sinellc-r I rust is iiiueli  larger than generally desc.-rilied. fi  uis opinion it does licit, end wilh tin  control of Ihe silver proline lion of llu  world, but aims at lhe couliol of tin  '���������rad������* of China and India through llu  control of fhe silver market. It it-  from this international feat ore of tin  complications that lie looks for assist*  nice' for the .silver-lead mining in-  dusfrv.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY  OF REVELSTOKE  By-LAW   NO.  A By-law to authorize the granting of a  subsidy of three thousand dollars to The  Revelstoke Na\ igation Company, Limited.  WilFRKAS it is ileemed expedient- in  the interests o." iho C:t;. ol Re*, elstoke to  aid The Ri-v.-ls:*.*.!;.* Na\ ly.i'.i.i.i C.in;>aiiy,  I-iinilt*c!, in fi.* consli'iii'liou ot a sis'ainei  lo ii.'iv'������i;.i!e iho C..luiiioi.*i r.vei" 1 elwecn  Revelstoke and I.a Pone bv w.-ij of suli-  s'uli by .i;i;iutin;4 lo the said Th.* Revelstoke Na\igation Conip.-iu;., l.imiled,  debonti ros issued upon iho vie.lil of tlu*  Muiiicipalit;, U> th..* anuiuui of throe  thousand .hill its, jriyablo iu lueiity-l'r. o  years an.l lioariii;-; i: L-..*..sl in lh*-* inoan-  linio al the i.iu- ol live por coin, pel*  .���������minim:  A.\'l) V.'IIKUKAS il is neces*ury for  lhat purpose to issue upon the civuit of  the s.iiil Municipality dobonlures to llio  amount ol'tluoo lliousaiul clollais payable  in iwenly-live years aiul henriiig interest  in the nie.uilinio at iho rate of live per cent,  per utiiuun, such debentures when so  issued lo bo applied for the purpose  aforosaiil;  A.N'I*) WI UlRKAS a petition has boon  presented to the Municipal council ol" llio  Slid Corporation of lhe City of Kevelstoke  signed by the. owncis of at least one-teiilli  in value of the real properly within the  City of Rovol-iloko as shewn by llio last  revised assessment roll of lhu said City  asking lhat a by-law be introduced for the  purpose aforesaid and for lhe purpose of  i.-using tlu said sum of three thousand  dollars by tlio issue ol debentures I'or lhe  purpose aforesaid;  AND WHEREAS ihe whole amount ol  ihe rateable real pioperty within the said  Cily of lievelstoke according to the last  revised assessment roll ol the said City is  the sum of sin. hundred and I wo thousand  six hundred and niiiety-sevon dollars;  AN'D WHEREAS il.will be requisite to  raise annually bv special late sufficient  therefore the sum oi l\vo hundred anil  lliiity-tivo dollars aad twenty-nine cents  for paying the said debt and interest  the: eon;  NOW THEREFORE lhe Municipal  council ofthe Corpoiation of the City of  Revelstoke enacts as follows:  i. ll shall ho lawful I'or the Corporation  of the Cily of lievelstoke to grant by wai  of subsidy to the s.-iiil The Revelstoke  iN".*ivig*.'ition Company, Limited, the sum ol  thiee thousand dollars, either by the  payment ofthe said sum to said Company  in cash or by the delivery to snid Company  ofthe debenture^ issued under the .uitlior-  itv ol thi.s by-law as hereinafter mentioned.  ... ll shall bo lawful for tin* Mayor of  the Corporation of llie Cily of lievelstoke  to borrow on the credit of the said Corporal ion by way of debentures hereinafter  mentioned Ironi any person, persons,  linn, body or bodies corporate, who. may  be willini;' to advance lhe same as a loan,  ���������i sum oi money not exceeding in the  whole the .sum ol" three (housind dollars  and to* cause all such sums so, raised j"or  received lo be paid into the hands ol* the  Treasurer ofthe Coi por.uion tor the purpose and with the object hereinafter  recited.  3. Il sh:ill be lawful for lhe Mayor of  the said Corporation 10 cause ;iny number  of debentures lo bo made, executed and  issued for such sum 01 sums as may ho  required for the purpose and object al'oiesaid not exceeding, however, the sum of  thiee thousand dollars, each ol" said  Jebentuios being" oi the denomination of  o.u: thousand dollars and all such deben-  t ires shall be sealed with the seal of the  Corporation and signed by the Mayor  1 liereoi*.  4. The slid   debentures  shall   bear  the  late of June 15th, A.   D.   1901,   and   shall  b:_ made payable in twenty-five years from  the said elate in lawful money of Cauada"  it the oflice of the Molsons Hank at  ievelstoke aforesaid, which said place of  layment shall be designated by said  iebentures and shall have attached to  hem coupons for the payment of interest  tnd the signal ure to the interest coupons  nay either be written, printed, stamped or  i-hograpliod-  "5. The said debentures shall bear  interest at five por Centura per annum  'rom the date thereof which interest shall  do payable semi-annually at the office o.  Llie Molson Bank at lievelstoke aforesair  in lawful money of Canada on the 15th  lay of June and the 15th day of December  ,-espectivclv in each and even- veardurine;  -ha^curran'ej^-thareef���������.-.:*.d^it^---!'.a!!���������b;-  ���������xpresscd in said debentures and coupon*  o be so payable.  tffigffimsmmvMS^^&jffii  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RESERVED FOR  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  BT5 f\ Q      Revelstoke  HiUD.      Station  Hardware, Etc  ^fl^^i������^ll^i^^i^^^^^LlM^i^^^ii^i^^^^i^i^^^^^^^^^  proscribed by the "Municipal Clauses Act"  anifamending Acts.    ,  14. This by-law may be cited as "The  Revelstoke Navigation Company subsidy  by-law ".  Read a first time May  171I1, "1901.  Road a second time May 17th,   1901.  Read a third time May 17th,   1901.  Received the assent of the Electors  , 1901.  Reconsidered  and    finally   passed   and  adopted by the council , 1901.  Citv Clerk".   ��������� Mavor.  TAKE NOTICE thai the above is at  true copy of the proposed by-law upon  which the votes of llie qualified electors  ofthe Municipality will be taken at the  fire hall, Second Street, lievelstoke, R,C,  on Wednesday the 5th day of June A. 13.  1901, between the hour of 8 o'clock in the  forenoon and 4 o'clock in the aflcrnooii.  CHARLES EliSKINE SHAW.  May 17II1, 1901, CltyClerk.  A. N. SMITH  UAKI'It,  C0Xl~ECTlO.Nl-.lt,  and OHterei   Kto.        .  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and careftijly  alU-'iidcd to  Revelstoke, B.C.  ���������a'4**������'***r.*r**r**a".-t-������.������-*-*������*^^  PATRONIZE^ ���������"_!  HOME INDUSTRY  AND SMOKEJRJf  Our Special  and Union  Cigars  UNION LABOR  ItEVELSTOKH CIGAR  JI'F'G.  COMPANY.  Kevelstoke Slfttinn. * l  *7^-&*W+-4������'*'4r**&t&4rX&t*^  mm & goy  Wholesale and Retail Dea'ers  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MUTTON.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  SAUSAGE. IS  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest' - the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, - Light bedrooms.  Rates $1 a day.  Monthly Rale.    ���������* -    ���������/  J. Albert Stone- , .������������������ --. Prop.  Revelstoke  Steam  ry  *************************m******* I.*****************.  *���������  Columbia House  Rates:   $1.00 per day.        '  Good accommodation.   A good Bar. well supplied with  ���������Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  THE CITY EXPRESS  K. W. B. Paget, Prop.  I'ronipt delivery of purf-oN, baggage, etc.  10 any jmn of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All nrrfer**; left nt II. M. SmythoN Tobucen  -lure, or liyTeleplioiii-No. 7 u 111 receive jiroinpl  attention."  6. It shall be lawful for tlie Mavor o'  .lie said Corporation to negotiate* and sei  t'le said debentures or any of them for Ies*  .han par but in no c.'tsi* shall the sail.  Iebentures or any of thetn be nej^otiatei  11- snid for less than ninety-five -icrcentiin  if their face value including the costs a  legotiatinji' and sale, hrokor.iffc and a I  itlier necessary expenses.  -. There* shall be raised and levied ii  ae'li year duiinir the currency of the sail  iebentures the sum of one hundred am.  ifiv dollar*, lor tin* p.ivnienl of inleresl  iiu'l i*i*_rhly-lwo dollars and t\venly-iiin<  .���������e its i'or the payment of lb*, said ilehi  inder tin* snid debentures by a special"  ���������-.iti* sufficient therefor on all the r.ue.'iblr  .- -al properly in tlie said  Munieipalili.  8. It shall he lawful for the said .Municipal council 10 re-purchase any of the  .aid debentures upon such terms as may  ie atfi-eed upon wilh the leifa! holder 01  lOlders thereof, cither at the time ot salt  ir at any .subsequent time or times .mil al  debentii'-es so re-purchased shall be forth  with cancelled and destroyed and no reissue of the debentures shall lie in.ide in  ���������onsrr-uence nf such re-purehase.  9. The said The UevelsU ke .Vavitfatiou  ,'oinpany, Limited, shall commence liie  ���������oustruction ef the said steamer on o: |  ..���������fore Ihe lii'sl d������> of July. 1901, am i  .Mall have llie same completed on 01  icl'ore tin* lirst day of September, 1901,  utd said C'niiipaiiv shall eslabli-h a port  if call al or near the. City ot Kevelstoke.  10. It shall be l.n\ ful for-lhe   Major   01  he Corporation ofthe City of  Kevelslohi  11 deliver the said dehentuies to The  Revelstoke Navigation Company, Limited,  upon completion of the said steamer as  iloresaid and as soon as said Company  iliall have commenced to actively operate*  1'ie same.  11. This bv-Iaiv is passed on lhe expres.  condition that failure on llie pari ot the  taid Company to commence the con-  -Iriictiou of lhe said steamer 011 or before  he first day of July, 1901, shall render  bis by-law mill and void.  12. This by-law shall take effect on and  ifler Uie filleetilli day of June,   1901.  13. Tliis by-law shall before the final  p.-issinjj thereof n ceive Ihe assent of the  ratepayers of the Corporation accorilirjf  lo th<* provisions   of and   in   llie   manner  Jas. I. Woodrow  TJU-TCHER  lielilil Dealer ill ���������  Beef, Pork,    -.  .- '-  Mutton, Etc.  Fish anil Gamflh'n Season....  ��������� All <ir.!er*i promptly illlerl. "  '"-'ft'l'iM:;.  RBYBIrS-JOKE,' 8.0.  w  $������ *  P  R  I  N  T  Note He'ids, Bill Heads  f-etier 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 j^iveyoii satisfaction.  BEDRAGGLED SKIRTS  This is'linrd weather on those bonntlfnl-  whlte  skirts:   ninkcs   tlieni   illrtv   all.  'nrouiid the li.ittom���������so you'd not want  to wash tli(*m,yntirbelf. ���������  We ii'iinl  them   for   you,   lliotiffli.  We, unti.t  to* ni'ike-Muuii   clean   nntl  lirlj-lil mi'I tresli.      Wu miikcull linen  - look fre*li umf sw'eet.  FAYETTE BUKER.  H.G. PARSON  The   Kevelstoke Ilcarld  I'rintinj.j and   Pub.   Co.  WHOLESALE  Wine and  0  Liquor  Merchant  **  *  fr.  fr-  *  i  **  ^.-fMf-|,*f-f.^.^f*f-f*f*f.4.4.*f-f4.i{~f.*f.*f*f.*|.4..!  Brown & Guerin;:_Props.-t.  THE MOLSONS BANE  '   lNCOIll-OIlATKD nY_ACT OK l'ABLIA.IENT, 1805. "'  W  HEAD   OFFICE :^ 3^n03SrTI^Ii]A.Xj '  PaM up'Capital  Rest Fund   -  -    * -       $2,500,000.  -'.-_.- " , 2,050,000 _.  DIRECTORS: " ' -      .       '  Wm, Molson M.'icphi'i'son. President; . S. II. Giving. Vice-President .  W. M. R-im������itv.      S.uiniel Finley..  ��������� J. P. OU*nhol*ii,  - H   Al 11 kl.iiu'l Molson.     Lt.-Cul. F. O. Henxhiiw.  .fames Elliott, General M'liiiiKei-.-  A sen*.n'. lii'ikm; lmalnoss trmisaeteil. "    Iiitcreit alloivcil at current rates.'  ' ' -     ' * ,J.D. MOLSON. Manager  ,|- ..."    -Keveliitoke, B.C.*.  A GOOD  NAME.,..  ���������Is betterthan riches"  ~V~,  ' We have the name of making '  tho only Stylish Suits ill Town''  ���������tor  din-ability  and  quality  -tliuy also excel. - ��������� *,   ���������  .TRY ONE  H.S. WILSON  '* Next the McCarty.Block. '. ���������  R. HOWSON & COT.  Undertaking  AND  Embalming.  Retail dealers in Furniture  MACKENZIE AVE.  SPRING and SUMMER  Millinery  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  i        The Latest and Most  I Stylish HaU.  ?     Trimmed and Untrimmed  ������������ Madison ' Millinery  Parlors.  ^. Misses Shepard & Bell gg  fea McKenzie ATenue      Oj'ZS     OS  GANADIAN  irrif  and sod Line.  FIRST CLASS SLEEPERS ON  ALL TRAINS.  TOURIST CARS TO  St. Paul    -   -    -   -    -    .Dailx.  Montreal and-Boston  --- Fridays  Toronto ������������������ Sundays and Tuesdays  Trains ���������   for   ��������� KOOTENAY  POINTS leave Revelstoke 8:io.  Main Line Trains  Revelstoke: Eastbound  Westbound 17.30.  leave*  .8.20-  For all  information,   pamphlets, etc., apply to  T. IRABSHAW,  Afwrtf BaMtelska.  A.O.P.A., Vjio-WUXT.BX*  ���������M  'rimi  m  m  tt  m  m  ���������_fs4  ���������ii  m  1  /ft  IB  fl LEGAL.  T   M. SCOTT B. A., I.I..B.  Barrister.   Solicitor,    Notary   Public,   Etc,  McKeii/.ie Avenue, Ueiclstoko Station.  Money tolouu,  JJAKVEY, SI'CAKTEI * PINKHAM  llarrit-tcr-*, Solicitors, i;ic.  ' " Solicitor*, for Imperial Hank ol Canada,  ronijuiiiv funds tiilann nt8 percent  Kirst fcTHH.T, Kevelstoke Station. II. 0.  MEDICAL.  T    W.CI'OSS,  Otlice:    MrcIcciuIl* ,iM*nue, Ho*,elstoke, II.C  SU Kill-OS TO THU C  1'. K,  Health Ollicer, Cit\ ol Rcelsloke.  CHURCHES  M.-TIIODIIT CllVlll'H,  IISVK1ATOKR.  Preaching ���������ervice*, at 11 a. in. and 7:10 p. in  Class iiiceuni* at the close ol the morning  ben ice. hiibtiuth School unit liiblo Class ntSioil  Weekly I'raier Meeting every \\ ediies'diiy  ciening al ...ill. Tlie public are coi*'iail>  linked,   beau,tree.  -liev. S. J. Thompson, Pastor.  ST.  l'KTKll'S I'lll'Iirll, ANGLICAN.  Ei.'htii.m., Holy i:ncharl*>l; 11 a.m . matins,  Litany nn.i sermon (Holy hueliiiri-a llrm him-  ilai in ihe month); 'J'.lri biinda> si hool, or  children's servlee; 7:iu Kvensong (choral! and  sermon. Holy l)a_ s���������The Hot} Lucliiirist i<  l-elcbriitcil in f a.m. or 8 a m , as, announced.  Holy liiiiilism after Snii(la> School iii;):lo.  ' o a. 1'iiocuMKit, Hector.  1-KEHUVTKIIIAS   CHUM 11.  Service everv Sunday at 11 a.m. anil 7::!0 p.m.  to which all are welcome. l'ru>er meetiiii? at  8n. ni.c*.cr\ Wediicdni*. ���������  1 iiKV.-w.cCAi.DrR, Pastor.  llOMAN CATHOLIC CIIUIICII.  Mans   at 10:30 a..m,  on   lirst,  soeoiiil ami  fourth Siiiula*.s in the month.  1 - 11KV.   riTUKIt   TltVVKIl.  SALVATION   ARMY.  Meeting ever.*, night in their Hall en  Front  NOTIOE  TAKE NOTICE lint, .10 days nTter  date  1  tiiti-iiil   to ii|i|>ly  l������  tho  Chii'l  Oiiiiiiiii>siiiiii'i* nf L.-iiiils.ind Win Us f n  liL'iiiiissioii    In  cut  nntl   iiniy   .may  limber 1'ioni the  IVIInwing flcsi uheil  l.iiiilt. situ itcil iu the Dig Mend Oisirict  ul 10 isl Kinilcii.iy :    Commencing iiL.i  pusl  pl.iiitcd un lhe nm lh b.mk of lhe  Columbia   nvi'i*   at a point ISt   cli.uns  west   ol   lhe   on!let   limn    Kinli.i-.l-.et  Lake    unci   iii.ickeil   "T.   Kilpati iik'**.  sniith-'ve.sl   inini'i";  thenee     cc-tei Ij  along the north hunk of 'the Cnluniliin  livei I!..!) chains;   Ihenre inntheily  HI  ch.iiii--,; llii'iice    uesteily   .'20   ili.iins;  Ihence soul hei ly !ji   t hams lo plait* ul  commencement.  Dated Ist May, 10D1.  T. Kit,PATH [OK.  NOTICE.  NOTIOE  TAKE NOTICE Unit 39 days afte  date I inlend . to apply to thu Chie  Commissioner of J_*'tnds .mil "Works for  permission to cut and cairy away  timber from the following described  lands .situated in the ljig Bond District of East Kootenay : Commencing  at it post planted on lhu North Bank  of the Columbia River al the outlet (il  KinliasUet Lake and market! "G. S.  MeCiirter's south-east corner," thence  westerly along the lunk of thc Columbia river 101 chains; I hence north (It)  chains; thence easterly Kil chains  more or less to the margin of Kinbasket Lake; thence following the  shore of Kinbasket J.ai'e toinitial post.  Dated 20th April, 101)1.  G. S. McCAlXTEU.  Red Rose Peercc meets ..econd and fonrtl  Fridays or ench mouth;   White Ro-e  Ile-irei  meets lir������lKnda\ of each inoiitli.iii Oddfellows  Hall.   Vii-itiiiE hrelhren welcome.  WM.' .VATS-OS. HV. KDWARD**.  President. Secretary.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B.C.  Meets evei v"-\Vi*diiPsd iy in  Oiliirellows' H.illat SnYlotk  Vi-*itiiur Knights invited.  E. G. BcunmoK. C. C.    :    :    :    :    :    ���������  ���������CV :   h\ XV. MACKINKOT, K. OF It. & S.  iLOYAL'ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658  r-   Kepulnr meetings are held in  tIt.  Oddfellow's Hull on the Third Fri-  tlin ofeacli month, at s p.m. sharp  Visiting bri'iliren cordially iniiteu  vTHOS. STEED, W.M.  -W. ti. UlkNEY. Kil'.-Pec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST    .  ���������    AND ASSAYER.  RovalSehonl of Mines, London. .Seven  vear������  at "Morfa   Works,-Swansea.     17   >cars  Chiel  Chemist  to.Wigan Coal and  Iron i;o.,  Eng  -Latci'hemistand As-sayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  ,._.,,-.     v-...-,--*. .- Revelstoke.'B.C.  "EDVVARD A." HAGGEN, ,, "���������"���������     ���������   '  " Mining- Engineer,'  Member American Institute Mining Engineers  Member Canadian Mining Institute.  '":      -   '.M-VELSTOKE. B.C."  .Examination of and report**VonrMIncral pro'p-  erlies a special!*..    -  -     H.  EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  D"EE_l TIEA DS, BIRDS.*EtcMOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and Pcpaired.  LOVi-.ttlNG'S OLD STAND-   :   -Second Street  " HOUSE TO RENT.    *"  Large Ilbiino near   Railway Station.   Applj  to Harvey, Mc-urter & Pinkham.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 111 days after  date I uileifd to apply to (he (.Inel  Uoinniissioiiei\of ijiinils and WoiUs  for pet nii*-sii)n to cut and carry a.viy  liuilier from the. loIlmviiiK ilefti ilieil  lands sit u.-ited in the Bi<r Bend DUtrit t  of E.i-*t Koolen ij : ('01111111*1111nf-c .it a  pi������t pl.111tedne.il' theAV'ood livei lia.l  abinit SO chains ca*>t ol Wood 11 vei* 11 nil  111.1 i-ki-it' ������������������F. .1. Adair's 11111 lh* e.thl  eon'iei' ; thenie in It -s-inilli-ive**'i**i ly  diicition neai the south liank of Wood  river 120 chains moie or' less to the  moii'h of Wood 1 ivei; thence.sunt hei ly  20 chains; thenie liorlh-e tsleily 8()  chain**; thence soiitheily So chains to  lhe north-west cornel ol A. T.'nil  111,11 k's limit; them e easlerlv SO chains;  thenie noitlierly 103 ili.iins to the  point of eoiiiiueiiceui<-iit.  Dated l.-t Mav. 11)01.  F. 3. A BATH.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date I intend to" apply to the Chief  Coiniiiissionei' of Lands aud Works  tor permission to cut and carry iiwav  tinihei' trom tho. following described  lands situated in the Hig Bend .District, of Ea-st Kootonay: Coimiiencing  ,*it a post planted on the north bank' ot  the Columbia i"iver 'at the outlet of  Kinbasket Lake and 111.11 ked "A. .lohn-  son'.s north-west corner'': thenccsout.i-  easterly aloni_; the south shore of  Kinb.isket IJake,.-170 chains; thence  south-westerly 40 chains; thence  westerly 00 ,*' chains," thence southwesterly -10 chains: thenco westerly SO  chains; thonco northerly along E. M.  Alluin's limit -SO chains" move or  less to initial post. ���������"  Dated 29th April, 1001. .    "  *       -   - '     A. JOHNSON.  NOTICE.       .''  ',  ' TAKE NOTICE that 110 dnjs after d.ito I intend to applv to the Chief Commissioner of  I-ands niid_.woiks for pei illusion to ent ami  carry aw.iy timber from tlie follow nig dc**ci'ib ,  ed lands situated in the Hip: l"cnd DistucL of  -West Kootenay: Commencing at a, post  planted on the -.ve*-t bunk ot tiie Coluinbui  river about 100 ehnins .-.ontli o������ the mouth of  Sej inour creek and marked "Jiune*-. Andci son's  north-east corner"; thence uesterl} SO chains;  thence southerly liO chain*!: thence uisteilj SU  chains* to the net hank of t,lie Colimibi.i mer;  thenco northerly nloni; Mid west bank 120  cli.uii*! to the point of commencement.  Dated tith Jl.iy, 1901.  *'   ' JAMES, ANDE'ISON".  TAKK N'OTIfT that rt,j il.iv-! after date I intend to appli" to the Ghtcr t'liiiiinissinnei'of  I.mils und Woiks for pciuiission to cut and  cni'rynnu)* timbci fiom llu: follow iiiK dusi nb-  cd lands s.tu.Ucd in the liiK Uend District 01  West lContcniv t'onii.ieiicinH' at iv post  planted on tin im-i b.iiikof the Colinnbi.irivcr  near the mouth of ������cj inour Oioi'k and marked  "It. iJlnckiiini'c's mil th cast coiner"; thenee  ivosteily if] eh.un-, lhence soullicily WI chains;  thence eii*.!eil> bu 1 hum*, to the wjst li.mk of  the Columbia mer; lliem e noulieily .ilonj;  -.ml hunk llj-,1 eli.iin- to the point of commencement.  Dated l,ili M.i\, l'jll.  R. llli.VCI-TMOItl*..  OSTOTIOE!.  TAKE NOTICi: thnt I, Kdiinrd MetcaUe.  inrend to apiil ".0 d.i\s nfier (late 10 the Chief  outiunissioiuTOI l.tiuil*. and \\ o ksfnr permission to cut and lurr*. uway mnher irom lhe  following described lani!*, -Hunted in West  Kootenai: Coinnieiiciiu nt ���������' )>o*-i planted at  ihe liiniith of Itoldlch Creek, and marked  '* lMwttul \lctca!fc*'s boulh i*. e**t Corner";  thL.ice uoilh UU chains; thence wc-i lu chains;  Ihence mhuIi 12X) thaiiis; theme oast 4U  cii mi-s to the pl11eeurcot11111ence111e.il.  Dated this 'Joth day of April, A. Il���������100l.  i:i)\V 11!I) MKI'CALriS.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE thnt DO davs afier  1I1111' I intend to apply to the Olilol"  (.'oinniissuiiier of l^mils and Worl.slor  permission to cut and carry away  tmilier from the tolliiwintj described  lands situated in the 13iK Bend District of East Kootonay : (JoiinnoiiciiiK  at a post planted on the north-east  bank of the Columbia river tit the  south-east corner of D. Itobinson's  application and marked ".Murray  Hume's south-west corner"; thence  north 00 chains; thenco east 120 chains  more or less to Hush river; thenee  south-wosteily along the bank of Eush  river 90 chains more or less; thence  westerly along the north bank of the  Columbia river to initial post.  Dated 2.-.tli April, 1001.  MURRAY HUME.  REVELSTOKE  WATER LIGHT & POWER CO  nsroTioiEj-  I-urtic   ������ru   < uutiouoil  nJ'l^h^^t  COinpun\'s wutci for lawns ttinl  ^luden  out first obtQinii.tf 11 hose i-prnut  using   (tic  U Hil  ar n > nth, 1001.'  IJ, J LOYD, ������-ecrctttry.  2STOTICR  TAKT.NOTKjntlinl I.-luhnD Kna].]!, intend  to applv :W t!ii\s afti-r iliiLu to the Cliluf Coin*  iiii<si(ino( ni" LntKl-i nml Wnrky lor iicniii^hm  lo cui and uarr> awav mnher from the fnlluw*  inu ilo-iriihcit hinds -.itu-ue-l in W fst Kootuiiiiy:  CuinmoneliiK nt a po^t pl tin ted at (hu houth-  w est curnui of I*. It, I'ot-.'r-.on's land and marked  " Juli 11 I). Knapp's North West * or ner,"; tlieiu*e  north 10 cliniii^; thi'iit'i* uiivt ir^chaltis; tliunci'  south 10 chufiii; thuiK-e wo-t Uio chains to tho  pliici.* of luiuimMicotii-jiil,  nmcil this'.'Oth daj of April, A. !>., 1001.  r JOHN D. KNAI'P.  3sroTiaE,  TAKi: N-O'lin: that ;10 *In>s after date I  intend to apply to thu Chief C<>nnnivdoncr of  I.adds und v\orknfoi a licun-o to i-nt timber on  thu f'dlou Urn: dosrrihutl lands: Commcncm-;  at a post on the smith hank or the Columbia  liiver, about one quarter of a milu above "inr-  pi.se Rapid V and in'irked "l-'.'McCari-yS initial  I'o'-t"; thence riinnin^ in a noi th"-\vesterl>  direction tilon- the bank of thc Columbia  Itiver one and n half miles; thence southwesterly one and one half mile-*; thenee soulli-  eisterly one mile; tlfenee noilheilj seventy  chain-; thi'net ea-K rlv one half nine: thence  northerly IU clianii lo the initial post the place  of t'ominciicemuiil, containing n. .1,01)0 nerch  more or Ic-s,  Dated this 2-"ilh day of April, 1901.  F. McCAKTV.  per T. 11oi:nf,  His Agent.  RESIDENCE FOR. SALE.  UcFHli'iici- ill ."..r**  Wl*st -.'ill. ���������*'  Pinkhdm.  --  J   p i. iilmiu. fri������uinil f-t .  I.^rvi-y,   i.cCait*r   ti  lll-.S ii ^  IPan-Amcrican -Exposition  NQTIOE.  '  ' TAKE NOTICE that 30 dayi nfter dato I intend to apply to the Chiel Coimnis-ionei* of  Lauds and Works for licrnunMon to cut and  carry aw .13 timber from the follow nig described liinil*, situated in'thc-Hit; Bend District of  Wo**t Kootonaj : Coiiimciiciiig at n lioit  plan ted on the west bank of the. Columbia  river at a point'one .mil a half miles south of  the bouthci-iy limitof Boyd'.sriinchand marked  ������������������John Andrrooii's north-enst corner"; thenee  westerly 80 chains; thence soullicUj-l-iW thains;  .Iiuiiu tustcily to cliains totlie west hank of  lu: Columbia  river;   thenco-northerly along  nd hank 120 chains to the point of commencement,  "    *-      - .-*''" -.--  __..t-. d 7th May, 1901.      *-- ������  -    . JOHN ANDERSON.  NOTICE.  1   -f  Tako notice that thirtv <1r>������ after date I  111 tend to appl\ to the chief commissioner of  Uuid-> and Works for lermission to cut and  carry away timber irom the following de���������  eribed lands situated in the Hip Bend District  of East Kootenaj: (.onunencinj* at a_ post  planted on the "west bank of the col um Inn  Miver at the head of Surprise Rapids and  marked "nnsan Robinsons south-east cornci*,;  thence soutb-wostcrl} fit) chains;thence noith  \\������s|Pilv 1AI chains; thence north-easterly So  chains * to the vvc->t hank of the Columbia  River; thence south easterly along the west  hank of the Columbia River to the point of  commencement.  Dated the 27th day of April, 1C01  SUSAN ROBIXSOW  NOTICE  Take Noticf that 30 dais after diite T intend  to apply to thc chief (ommibbioner" of Land-,  and \V6rks for permission to cut and carry  away timber-from the fallowing dc-enbed  lands sit un ted In the cariboo district of RntisJi  Columbia, commencing ut a post planted at  the mouth of Kouldec creek, on the east bide of  (anoe Kiver, "and marked" T. MeMahon's  nortInvest corner"; .thenee northeasterly 80  chains'; thenrcsoutheasterly 1W) chains; thence  -������outhwestcrl\ So chains to thc cast bank of  canoe river: thence northwester]) along the  bunk of said river to the point of commencement. -* ^ Ir  Dated the 1st dav of Mav.-lflOI.  A       iT. McMATTOX.  .    NOTICE-  Take Notice tlint 80 dais nfter date I intend  to apply to thc chief commissioner of Lands  and W orks for perini'-sion to out and <*arry  autiv umber from the following described  liinUs situated in llie cariboo District of British  Columbia; coniiiiciir'nig at a post planted on  llie.MC*,t bank of cinoe Kiverat the month of  Glai'ier creek, and marked " Klizabeth Mi>-  Maliou's nortlieiisl corner"; ihence south*  ive-lerlj SO I'hanib; thence sf.iithensterlv iiki  chains; tlionoe northcasterlj SO oliamb to'tlie  ue-lbank of canoe Rner; Ihcnce nortlierly  lolioiiing lhe west bank of canoe Ri\er 100  chains to tiie point of commencement.  Dated the -hiildny of May, 1901.  ELIZABETH McMAHON'  .Buffalo, F. Y7"U. S. A., May.lo  November,' 1901.--_     .-  0ttTUUWSrnSli!Lii2*e:27  To nil the ..c^c������ of l)ie I. O. O. F. .     -  -.' .throughout the world���������'      flBJ-ETJNG:        - D _        ^      -   . ' ,    .  ���������Vou ������ro hereby .fraternally requested to  unite with the vast army of Odd Fellows In  malting  ������������������Odd   Fellows'^Dajs"-at  the   Pan  American Exposition memorable In tlift nnnals  of'our beloved order, and to lliat end ������e  extend to tlie member* of your lodi;e a cordial  Invitation 10 be urenent on this occasion.  On June 20*27 we anticipate the pleasure of  meeting and greeting Grand 81 re Cable, the  Grand Master and Urand officers of each 11 rand  Lodge Hrlftdladon thoroUKhotit the world, ax  .well an many of lhe inemberH of your lodge.  In order that every Odd Fellow and Kcbekah  ���������may be informed of lhe rend Intentions of the  -Buffalo Odd Fellows, we respectfully request  *3on to have this card and thc enclosed letter  jmriiited In >our dally and weekly newspapers.  Fraternally yours, .  J.'fi.O. F." .'AN-AMElHCAN COMMITTEE.  ���������To all Ihe lodges of th'e 1. O. O. F.    '  .-"  "Throughout the world��������� ���������  ���������.GREETING ; '   . ~  1 The Pan-American Expnsltlnn will he held  ;ln llie City of Buffalo, N. Y-, U.S.-A., fifom  :May Ist to Nov. 1st, 1901.  The Oddfellows of Buffalo,' desiring to  ���������exemplify the teachings of-our grand order���������  ithat-of-extending, an honorable reception,  draternar greeting and generous hospitality to  our brethcrn from ' strange cities and distant  fctates"���������have opened an-Oddfellows" Headquarters at213 Ellicot Fquare, Buffalo, where  books of registry will be kept, and competent  L artles conslaiftly iu charge to give (free, of  cost) reliable information to thc visiting Odd**"  fellow, his family xyxxd friends, sojourning in  our city, and where one may be dirci'tcdVlo  clean, and' respectable- hotels,-boarding or  private houses.- -   -  Visitors are at liberty to have telegrams and  mall addressed to them in care of said headquarters.      --,.   r I" - *������.-=   '     ���������."���������.'-���������  A reliable guide, with maps nf thc city and  Exposltlen Grounds, will be on sale for the  convenience of-.lulling brethren.  Your members visiting Buffalo during tha  Exposition'are cordially.Invited to call at  I. O.-Q.-F. Headquarters that we may have the  Iilcasure of meeting and greeting you, and aid  ni '        -    ���������'  m  The Beutetary of yonr Lodge is r( quested to  read this com'munfeation.at several meetings  thst'all of your members may become familiar  ���������wilh the good Intentions of your brethren In  Buffalo:  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICK that 30 days after dntc I intend to apply_to tlie Chief Commissioner of  l_7Tiid.-f~-.uiir Works" for_periiiissioii-lo-cut and  cirij awaj. timber from tho following dccrib-  ,<d I.toils -.minted in tlio Bin Bend District of  I'-a-l Kuotuuiiy: "Coniinciicuiff at a post plant-  61 on the cast bank of the Colunibin river at  the head of Surprise Rapids and'mai ked "Dan-  '.-���������.���������I Ifntiin-OirK nnrth-wc.st cornel"; thenei  .ioitli*easti.|.ly SO ehnins; thenee (.outh-c'isteils  'ill i hams; thence south-westerly 80 chainsto  ,hc bank uf the Columbia mer; thence nortli*  icsleil> nloj'tf the bank of the Columbia idler  1.11 chniiw to tue poinl of commencement.  . ll-tcl the 21th day of Allril, 1001,  DA  pril,  NIK  L HOBINSON*.  ..NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICE thnt30days afterdate I intend to apply to tlie Clilcf C'oiiiinishloiici'of  Lands and Works for'perinlss'on to cut and  carry away tlmhor from the following described lands Hitiiateil in the Hig liuml lflstricl of  West Kootenay: ('oiiiincnuini; nt a luii-t  pluiitcil on the enst bank nf the* Columbia I'lici  at 11 poinl, lift cluviiiNhouth of the**������.nl.ici)>  limit of the Innds belonging to lhe Piltshtiri;  Syndicate and m.irkcd " Samuel MuMnhnn s  soutli-wcht coini'i'"*, thence easterly SH chains :  ihcnce noitlierly 1110 chains; thenee wcti-i-ly Su  chains to the cast bank oftiie Columbia rlier:  thence southerly along tlie cast bank of the  Columbia river 1G0 chains to tlie place of coui-  inrnccinent. - *   .   '  Dated Cth May, 1001.  SAMUKIj McMAHON.  ng you i>s much as we arc able along tho lines  aar���������J  indicated.  It will be an edvpntago/or each brother and  Inter to present an'o-Hi  means nf Identification,  sister to present an'official receipt or other  Hoping ire may bave the of meeting many  of the members, of your Lodgo during the  conilngwumniefl wc remain.    ;  ��������� Yours in T. L. and T.  THE I.O.O.F. PAN-AMERICAN COMMITTEE  NOTIOE.  TAKK NOTICE that SO day-i after date I in  tend to applv lo thc* Chief Cuuiini-wioiicrof  I-ands and Works for peiinisslon to cut nnd  carry iiwuy tiinber from tlie follow ing described lands situated in the Hi(; Uend IHsti ict of  West Kootenay: Commencing at a post  planted on tlie cn*-t lunik ofthe Columbia riwr  at a point 1110 chains Routli of the southorly  limit of tho lnnds ljelonglnt' to tlie l'ltttiburK  Syndicate and marked "Henrietta McMahon'*.  norlli-wostcorner"; tlicnce casterly.SOclu'ins:  thence south 100 chains: thence westerly to  chainsto the cast liatik of Hie Columbin n.cr:  thence north along I he cast hank of the Columbia river 10) clmins to the point uf commencement.  .- Dated tho Cth ilny-of May. 1001.       *;-_���������.  11KN111KTTA- McM AHON.  NOTICE  r TAK.C NllTICE that 30 days nfter date I  intend to apply to tlie Chief Commissioner of  bands and Works for.permission to cut and  carr*. away timber from tlie following described lands situated in the cariboo District  of Brilish Columbia: commencing at a post  plained on the cast bunk of Canoe River, at a  point 1G0chains north of the mouth of Boulder  Creek and marked "James MeMahon's nortli-  nestlcorii'.r'; thencecasterly8i)chnin-.; thence  ���������-oiillierli* litUchiiius; thence wosterlyS'i chains  more or less to the east bunk of Canoe Kiver;  thence nnrilicrli along tiie cast bnnk of Canoe  River to the point of commencement.  Uaied the Und daj of May, 1901.  -     , -      JA.ME3 McMAHON.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE tlint 30 tlays nt'lei-  Lite I iiiti'iul tn apply tn tin* Chiet  Comitiis-siout..- of Liiuls 11 ml Woik*. Inr  Iit-riuissinn to cut and curry nwiiy  liuilier fiom tlu* following ileirriln-il  I.null situ.iti'il in tho Bin Bunil District  of East Knntuu.'iy : CoiiiiiienrinK nt n  post pliinU'il on Ihi* ninth hunk of llu*  Columbia river nl llie onlli't, of Kin-  Iniski't Lnki* unil innrki'il "E. JM.  Allniii's noith I'.iht fornor"; tlieiicu  s,ouLlu*rly 80 flmiius ; llii'iicu wcstrrly  IA'j flinins ; theiui' noi tliiirly 80 iluiins  to tin* lunik of thi* Cohiiiihia river:  thetii'i' enstcily iiloii}? sniil liver to  initial iin���������*!.  D.iii-tiaOih Apiil, 1001.  E. M. ALLUM.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date I intend to apply to tho Chief  Commissioner of Ltincls and Works for  l>erinission to cut and carry away  ttinher from the following rtescrilied  lands situated in the Big .Send District of East Kootenay: Commencing  -���������it a post planted on the .south hank of  theColuiiihiariveriihout.lv miles he-  low Surprise Rapids 111 the mouth of 11  ���������creek anil marked "C. F. r.indiuark's  3iorth-west corner''; thence easterly  jilong the hank ������f the Columhiii river  32.5 chains; thenee soutli-westerly 80  chains; thence westerly 125 chains;  thence northerly 80 clmins to initial  post.  Dated 20th April, 1001.  C. F. LINDMARK.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  ilnte I inlend lo apply lo llie Chief  Ciiuitnissioni'r of Ivinds and Woiks  for pei mission loi'iit and* eai ry away  timber fiom the following deseiihed  lands situau-d in the Big Bend Distiiet  of Wet*t Knoten.iy: Commencing at a  post planted on lhe Eist side of the  Columbia 1 iverahont 120 chains below  I In* mouth of C.inoe 1 iver and marked  'W. E. jMeL'iiighlin's nort h-\i est  corner"; thenee southeily. along the  'i.-ink of the Columbia river 250 chains;  thenee ensteily 40 chains; thenee  noi tlierly 250 eliailii-; thence westerly  10 thn ins to the point of commencement.  Dated 3rd May. 1901.  w. e. Mclaughlin.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days alter  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to cut and e.ury a-way  limber fnun the following described  lands situated in the Big Bend Distiiet  of West Kootenay; Commencing at a  post planted on the west bank off the  Columbia liver about 20 chains below  the mouth ol Canoe rivei and maiked  "J. E. Johnson's north-east corner";  thence westerly 80 chain-; thence  southeily 130 chains; theme easterly  SOth.tin*, lo the bank of the Columbia  iiv*pi; thence northerly along said  batiK to point of commencement.  , Dated 3rd May, 1001.  .T. E. JOHNSON.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days' after  date I intend Xo apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works  I'or permission to cut and cany awny  timber fiom the following1 described  lands situated in the Big Bend District  of West Koot'-'iiay: Commencing at a  post planted on the west side of the  Coliiinlii.i river about 120 clmins below  the nioutirof C.inoe river and marked  *'F. XV. McGregor's north-east corner";  thence southerly along the west hank  of said 1 iver 250 < hains; thence westerly  40 chains; thence northerly 250 chains;  thence easteily 40ihains to the point  of commencement.  '   Dated 3rd May. li)01.  f. w. McGregor.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE ".hat- flO davs lifter date I  Intend tn apply to the Chief CpuunisFioner of  Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carrv away timber from llie following dos-  -ribed land-, situated in tlie cariboo District  ,f Briu-.li Columbia: fommeiKlng at a.post  plume,1 on the West bauk of Canoe ]U\cr at a  point about L'OO leet north of Gincicr Creek,  unit nmrked ������������������ G. Knapp's --oiithciist corner;"  thence west ?0 chain*!; thence northerly 100  chains; fhence casterlv SO chains niftrc or le*.s  to the bunk of Canoe Ither; tlicnce following  the westerly bank of Canoe Kivvr to thc point  1 f commencement.  Ilateil the '-hid.dav of Mav, 1901.  G. KNATP.  NOTICE  ' TAKENOTICE that .30 _days after  late I intend lo apply to the'Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works  lor permission to cut and carry -away  timber f.0111 the following described  lands situated in the Big Bend District  of East Kootenay:- Commenting at a  post at the ' noilh-east, corner of A.  Lindmaik's limit 'and marked **T.  Horue's south-west corner"; thence  ensteily 02 chains; thence, northerly  ICOchains; thence westei ly 62 chains;  thence southerly 100 chains to the  point of commencement.  Dated Oth Mav, 1001. -  ,7 T. HORNE.  OPALINE   TREATMENT.  Seif   Homo   Treat ma 111   for   Ladies.  I will send free with full instructions some  of tliis simple preparation lor the ciiio tf  ."���������oneorrha-ii. Ulceration, Dlsplaceiucntnnd all  Female troubles 10 nil Indies sending address  to MILS. .1. x). L1_K, liraueh Manager, near  East ltallway Signal, Kevelstoke bullion.  May 11���������2m  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands aud Works for  permission to cut and carry itway  timher fiom the following described  lands situated in the Big Bend District of East Kootenay: Commencing  at a* post planted on the south hank of  the Columbia river about 4 miles west  of Cummins Creek at the mouth of a  large Creek and marked "IC. C. Mc-  Carter's north-east cot'iier"; thence  southerly 40 chains; thence westerly  250 chains; thence northerly 40 chains  to the bank of the Columbia river;  1 hence easterly along said hank 250  chains to point of commencement.  Dated 1st May, 1001.  K. C. McCARTER.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to cut and carry away  tiinber from the following described  lands situated in the Big Bend District of East Kootenay: Commencing  at a post planted on tlie north hank of  the Columbia river 300 chains west of  the mouth of Cummins Creek and  marked "A. M. Pinkhani's south-east  corner"; thenco northerly 40 chains;  thence westerly 250 chains; thence  southerly 40 ch-iins to the hank of the  Columbia river; thence along said  bank 230 chains to point of commencement. "  Dated 2nd Mav, 1901:  " A. M. PINKHAM.  A    BUSINESS     ���������  / PROPERTY*. .  - F9R SALE  ON SECOND STREET���������A bargain"  and on easv terms of payment." Apply  to J. D. SIBBALD, Real Estate Agt.  NOTICE  c  "*Tnke���������liottce^tlfatTiO dajs'aftef-datel intend  to apply totlie Chief Commissioner of Lands  and works for pcrmi-u-ion to cut and carry  away timber from the following described  ���������ends situated in thc Big Uend District of  l.ast Kootenay: commencing at a post  plumed.on the nortli bunk of the Columbia  riier ut a point 4SI ehnins west of'the outlet  from Kinbasket lake and marked * C. II.  Hume's south-cast coiner" ; thence northerly  "GOchains ; tlicnce westerly 104 chains ; 1 hence  southerly GO chains to the bank of the Columbia r|-.cr; tlicnce easterly along said bank to  point of commencement. .  *    .  Dated 1st of May, 1901,,  '    C. B. HUME.  -   .    NOTICE. ���������_    - -  TAKK NOTICK that 30 day* afterdate I intend io apply 10 the Chief Conuni������*-ionor of  Ijindn and* Works for iiermN-lon to cut and  carry away timber from thc follow InK dcecrib-  cd landti situated in thc Ilie Ilcnd IlRtnct of  West Kootenay: Commencing at a post  planted on the* east hank of thc Columbia river  Rt a point Sixt ehnins south of the i-outherly  limit of thc Innds b-elonglng to the I'ltU-burg  syndicate and marked "Tt. Mcintosh's northwest cornor; Ihence easterly SO chains: thence  south 100chains: thenco we-tcrly SO chains to  tho cast bank of the Columbia rlier*. tbence  nortli along, tho cast bank of the Columbia  river IG0 chains to the point of commencement.  Dated Cth Mny. IDOL ,_.���������.���������������.���������  D. McINTOSir.  NOTICE  T.IKE NOTICK that ,T0 days after date I  intend to apply to lhe Chief CuminI-i-doiior of  l.*ni'if. and Works for i.erniN*.inu to'cut and  carry anny timber from the following described binds ..limited in lhe I'.lg Bend ./(strict  ot West ��������� Kootenny: commencing at 11 po������l  plan ted on tue biiuk nf the Columbia Itiver.  'between the nioiilli of Wood Klicr and tin  mo.uh of Canoe !;lier and marked U.S. Wil  ���������oil's nnrihca-it corner;" ihence soulh l(.i  chain**; thenee west SO chains, more nr less ti  the Columbia Kli'er:-ihoncc northerU'. follow  Ing the riier b-ink, to tlie point of ujmiuence  ment.  Dated tlill Mth da; of April. 1S0I.  IS. S. WILSON.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that HO days oflcr date 3  Intend 10 appl*. to tiie Chief Commissioner o  f.ands and Wo'rks for permission to cut an'  carry away timber from the following de-  cribed lands situated in the Dig Bend Dislric  of East Kootenai.: commencing at a po**l  planted on tlio bank of tiie Columbia Itl\cr.  between the month of Wood River/and.tin  'iiioiith of Canoe Uivt*T, and marked " tannn  IIow**.uif������ northwest corner;" thenccsouth &  chain**; thence ca������t 1G0 chains; thence nortli  along the bank of the Columbia liner and wcsl-  crl3' along itxxii bAnk to the point of commencement. 1-  Dated thc Mlh day of Aprii.1901.  FANNIE IIOVVSON.  NOTICE  The following applications  have   been  received for Liquor Licences:  Swan   Anderson    Retail    Licence    Ille-  cilllewaet.  Edward    Harrington    Retail    Licence  Illecillewaet.  J. J. Foley Retail Licence Arrowhead.  E. J. Kerr Retail Licence Arrowhead.  John Cameron   Retail   Licence   Comaplix.  J. A. McGee Retail Licence  Comaplix.  Is*,ac Bate Nock Retail Licence. Thomson's Landing,  T. J, Grahame  Retail  Licence   Thomson's Landing.  John Hector Retail Licence   Nakusp  J. D. Bourne Retail Licence Nakusp.  Thos. Abriel Retail Licence  Nakusp.  And further take notice that the regular  mccting of lhe   Board   of   Licence   Commissioners   will   be   held   in   McLenhans  -Hotelr-Trout-Lake-Cityf-on���������June���������151117  1901, at 1.30 p. 111.  % R. A. Upper.  Chief Inspector.  INCORPORATION  Names   of   the   Civic    Officials  of  the  New Municipality.  On May 21th at 10 o'clock the citizens  of Hliinip Town asseiuiileil .it the City  Hall and proceeded to elect .1 -Mayor  and oiganizea city goveiijinent. The  lollowing nHicers were elected and  duly installed :  Mayor, Geo. W. Boyd.  Alih'fiiieii���������l,t wind. Win. McFee;  2nd w.n-.l, ,1. Burns; '.lid w.nd, X*  Tucker; ith ward, J. W.ilkei; 5th  wind, Joe Moufi'.iiigh; At Luge, Sam  Dale; Health utiicer, C. Ross*; City  solicitor, Geo. C. Ellison, salary  $15,001); City dei k and treasurer, Mis.  Geo. C. Ellison; Chief of police, J.  Siddle; A������st. chief, Mr. Kumloup-*,;  Supt. puhlic works. Tlio*.. G. Eai I;  Police judge, H. Walton.  Thu following standing committees  were appointed hy the Mayor:  Byl.iws-W.   McFee,   J.   Burns  Dale.  File   aiul    police���������J.     Walker,  Tucker, J. Monfraugli.  Streets  and  alleys���������J.    Burns,  Walker, XV. McFee.  llealth-C. Hos.s. J. Burns. J. Walker.  I'linting���������G. C. Ellison, J. Burns  T. Tucker.  WONDERFUL GOLD   DISCOVERY  NOTICE  Take Notice tlmt no days after date I intend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to cut and carry  away limber from the following described  lands  situated  In   llie   Dig   ilcnd District ol  East Kootenav : commencing at a post  planted 011 the north bank of the Columbia  riier :i!>0chains west of the mouth ol Cummins  creek nnd marked "11. A. Lawson's south-  ���������.-list curlier" ; thence easterly along tlie bank  ���������f thc coin 111 bl 11 riier "MO chains; thenee  lortherly 40 chains; thence westerly 2*">0  ���������bains; thence soiitliorlj 10 chains to point of  ���������oniineiicement.  Dated Ist of May, 1001.  B. A. 1AWSON.  NOTICE  ���������r  Take Notice that 30 days after date I Intend  o apply to the 1 hlcf commissioner of Lands  ind works for permission to cut and carr>  iwav timber from thc following described  'lilt's ki united in tiie Dig Bend District of  _nst Kootenay: commencing at a post  limited on thc north bank of the Columbia  -iver about two miles cast of tlie mouth of  ���������Vood rlvor and marked "A. I lndmark's  onth-west corner"; thence northerly 120  .'hains; tlicnce easterly 81 chains; tbence  inutlicrly 120 chains moro or less to the bank  >f the Columbia river ; thence westerly along  said river to point of commencement.  '    Dated 1st ol May, 1901.  A. LINDMARK.  Formaldehyde,        Fumi-  iH) . ** (j������S  Chloride Lime,   Carbolic ^  Acid,  Camphor, Sulphur ^  gating Pastilles,  etc.    In  fact all   disinfectants  and  fumigators  FIELD & BEWS  Druggists and' latioiicrs,  Tklcpiione 18. Brown lllock.  xX'fi&.lf,  Stampede of the whole City of Stump  Town to The New Discovery.  The Wn well known Kootenay prospectors and mine owners, Mr. Louis  Thompson and Mr. Frank Appicosta  (alias Kamloops), while strolling  within the incoipiir.-Ued limits of  Stump Town, up Jackass cieek and  near Nch Hill, 6tu111hlu1l-tc._usswh.it  may prove to be with development  oi,e of tlie lichest strikes of the age���������  "Cripple Cieek" not excepted. Kamloops while poking around with his  cine, as is liabilu.il with him,  utii'oveied .1 lead of free milling  quail-/., which wilh a little fuither  iuvesiig.ition, proved to be 7 tt wide  in contact, between lime and giauite.  The gold can bu seen with the naked  eye. Up to 12 o'clock last night. May  2tth, locations were" made, Conservative assays hy our local" assayer,  C. Ross run $700 and $1000 per ton in  gold Later���������The excitement still  continues and the cily is at fever heat.  . TERRIBLE FIRE.  The 1 esideuce of Mrs. Downing and  Mrs. Caley caught fire at midnight  last night, the-ladies barely escaping  with their lives, being taken trom the  third stoiy window hy our noble chief,  J. Siddle. lie-is a hero. All the  members of the Stump Town Fire  Department were promptly cm hand  doing good work and the flames were  quickly extinguished, which weie  caused by too in uch hob lemonade.  Mis. Caley was removed this morning  on a stretcher but is doing nicely.  Damage $100, fully instnetl.  '' POLICE COURT.  Supt ot Public Works was arrested  for stealing one" pair of pants, The  court held that as he did not take' the  coat and vest there co.ild be no suit.  Case dismissed.  One of our most respected citizeus  was arteated for taking some bedding  from the chief cook of the Stump  Town Hotel. Health Officer Cross  had some trouble :n Ice iting the guilty  party. Finally, however, the lost was  found and identified hy the cook. On  fuither investigation the. cook, who  was a Chinaman, found some clothing  also missing. This was also found in  "pos"^M6i7"of-tlie"~s7uiie' person^ wlio"  pleaded guilty and was sentenced to  pay a fine of $100 and 15 days in jail  at hard labor. As the criminal is a  man of family and the ctiuie a very  serious one, his name is witheld. "  LOCAL MICROBES.  The climate of Stump Town is  superb as a heath resort it can't be  heat. Revelstoke- lealizes the,fact���������  Mrs. Caley ami Mrs. Downing both of  Revel-stoke, drove over yesterday foi  a week's outing.  The European Entertainment Co.  with their .**llO,<XX)|projectiscope are  plnying to crowded houses nightly  nud will remain with u*> for ten days  longer, The Slump town people know  11 good  thing when they see it.  the standpoint, nf the employe and not  from the point of view nf the government.  An expert opinion tin thr -.ame que* -  tion comes from Edwin T*.. A. Selig-.  man. Ph. D., Pinfes-air of Political  Economy of Columbia Unii ei-.ity, and  is in Clinton's Magazine fm-April. He  -,aid: '-In the ca-**e of the raiiway  sorvice we have the nin-t -tupendou-  of all modern industries. The amount  of capital invested is gigantic. The  liscal reason would suffice to kill thc  scheme for government nil ways.  Governmental owner-hip would throw  the whole budget out of geai; the  revenues and ei-peniliuucs of om* r.iilr  ways would be two or three times as  great as a) 1 tlie rest of .om* ���������������,,vernier,  together, nnd the eiU-ije budget woiilxl  depend upon the temporary pros,  pei'ity or lack of prospeiitv of our  railway systems. AVe know that in  had times the revenues of the railways  in tliis country shrink by tens nnd  even hundreds of millions of dollaif..  This would so emhariiiss the whole  revenue side of our budget as to lend  to a complete revolution not only of  our tax system hut also of our entire  budgetary methods. This |xiint,  which has heen commonly overlooked,  is of considerable importance.  '���������Still 11101*0 important, however, is  the problem of tho complexity of  management. This alone would bo  an insuperable bar to government  management of railways."  "Without advancing an argument in  favor of governmental control, it does  appear that the reasons given are not  altogether material. The transfer of  railway securities for government  securities would he exactly on tho  same order" as followed in the consolidation of the steel interests, that is  one kind, railway securities, would be  exchanged for government securities  and the holders of railway stocks  would receive an equal return in  government stocks at current market  values of railway stocks. As for a  general disturbance of our budgetary  conditions, it does not seem to be an  alarming possibility. Transportation  isthekeyto the industrial situation,  or it was until the combinations coin- -  menced to get together, and under  government control the financial part  of the proposition would hardly be as  formidable as has been presented. If  it is accepted that it icquires greater  ability to administer the afl'aii-s of a  railroad than it does to manage the  alfairs of the government, why not he  consistent and advocate the railroad  control of government ?"  NOTIOE  TAKE NOTICE lliat 30 dais after dato I  Intend 10 apply to tlie Cbiel Commi*.*=loccr of  Lands and Worki for permission to cut and  carry awav timber from llie following den-  cribed lands situated in the BIk Ilcnd district  of Wet Kootenay: ermmencine nt a nost  planted about 10> jards soutfwrcht of thc  month of Caupe Rlvcr'and .narked " K. How-  ������on'i sonthenst corner;" tbence north 120  clmins; thence treat 120 chains; thence (>outli  IJ) chains to the Columbia Kiver: thence  casterlv along the bank of thc Columbia river  l--*a chain*, more or less to the place of beein  nlng.  ���������  Daled this 30tU day of April, 1S01.  B. HOWSON.  NOTICE  Take notice that 30 days after date I intend  to applv to the chief commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to cut and carry  away timber from the following described  lands aitnatcd In the Big Herd District of  East Kootenay: commencing at a post  planted on the nortli bank of the Columbia  River about two miles cast of the mouth of  Wood River and marked "T. Downie's northwest corner"; thence easterly along the Columbia river V20 chains to a point 20 chains  cast of tbe mouth of a large creek on tbe  south side of said river ; thence southerly 80  chains; thence westerly 80 chains; thence  northerly 40 chains; thence westerly 40  chains; thence northerly to thc point of commencement.  Dated 1st of May. 1001. -*  T. DOtyNIE,  NOTICE  Steam Boiler Inspectors' Examination.  APPLICATION for examination ol Steam  Boiler Inspectors will be recoiled by the Chief  Inspector of Steam Hollers, New Westminster,  11. v., uptoJiino 10th, 1901: Applicants must  be between ihe ago of 25 and oO years, they  must have bad at least (lie years practical  workshop experience as ma-hirl-its or boiler  makers, and must also have a thorough  understanding of steam engineering.  Forms of particulars may be obtulncd, nn  request of intending applicants, from the  "hief Inspector of Steam   11 "  Chli  liollcrs,  Inspector of Steam  minster, B.C..and must bo properly filled in  or  Deforc the abo.c  New \*i est*  -;���������r"  and returned to bim on  mentioned date.  The candidates  selected  for   examination  will then   bo  notified as to date and place of  cr",nInation.  Tl������2 salary will be 1100 per mouth.  W. C. WELLS,  Chief Commlssionerof Lands & Works,  Lands <b Works Department,  Victoria, B. C, 22nd May, 19ul.  GOVERNMENT  OWNERSHIP  A Professor of the Dismal  Science Answered.  Spcaking'of the movement towartls  state ownership in railways in Canada  the Railroad Trainmen's Journal after  quoting the Review of Reviews on Mr.  Maclean's utterances on the snhject  says:  "Just how much sympathy there is  with the idea as advocated hy iir.  Maclean, the Journal does not know.  The one railway owned and operated  hy the Canadian government has not  always heen the most progressive and  particularly so when the interests of  the employes were concerned. Not  that they are so much worse but the  others are decidedly better and results  are reached with much less trouble.  Thia is. however, a  judgement   from  A Spotter Spotted.  The Milwaukee .lourn.il of the 14th  inst. reports an exciting incident at the '  convention then in session in that city:  '-Excitement such as no previous  convention of the Brotherhood of  Railroad Trainmen has produced  marked the sesion at the vVest Side  Turn Hall yesterday afternoon. 'For  the first time in the history of the  b-iolherhbod a 'spotter' w.is exposed in  .1 session of the delegates. The man  had heen caught red-handed and now  his features are so familiar to every  delegate, to representatives of every  railioad system in the country from  Halifax to San Francisco that his usefulness in his peculiar method of earning ti livelihood is gone. The victim is  .1 man sailing uuder the iiaiiijK of ���������  C'iniphell. For ye.us he has been in  lailway woik,- north, south, east and  west, and he has succeeded in gaining  admission to the ranks of more Umn  one of the railway organizations. Id  is said that wherever he has gone dismissals have followed, as the acts, talk  and even the thoughts of the men have  reached the officials of the loads. For  years trainmen and other railroad  employes have heen after him and  they now claim to have documentary  evidence to   prove   beyond doubt tha  iiatuie  of     his-- occupation. Thia___  evidence is so good that when it was  shown to the victim yesteiil-iy at th������  convention he saw it was ineedless tn  deny his guilt.  "In some maimer Campbell was  induced to attend the convention session yesterday, but upon entering the  West Side Town Hall he was soon convinced that his proper place was ou  the platform and there he was taken  and his face shown to every delegate  and a camera shot of his features taken  for future reference and genarnl distribution. Theie wns not 11 man  present who will ever foi get him and  the thousands who knoiv him hut are  at their whik in all sections of the  country will hereafter have their eyes  out for him.  "Campbell escaped fiom the hall  without feg'.ir.g the quality of the  muscle which the 1 ail way men develop  iu their woik. hut lli-it was merely  because some of the mine conservative  head*? oxlended then* ptotection .to  him. When his guilt was proven  there was instantly a clamor and  a number of delegates wanted to get  :it him, hut four large men suriounded  him nnd wilh other brawny i.iilroad  men as an escott. hewas led from the  hull and told to make himself- scarce.  This, it is lopotted he failed to do and  last night when still within the city  limits, he met some of those who had  respected the sam-tity of the convention hall and got such tl eat ment as  will make the 1931 convention in Milwaukee dwell long in his memory.  "The "spotter' is believed to he the  ���������repres:ntalive of a well known detective agency. He is a man nf medium  siw������ and is credited with nerve worthy  of a bet ter cause, si ill the position he  was placed in yesterday was such a  one as made him quail. Grand Master  Morrissy, when asked today lo tell  the circumstance of his presence in the  convention hall yestt*i*day, declined,  but it is understood, that the develop- ,  ments were such as no delegate would  have missed for ten years of his life." ssfisAsr.!  -.���������..^���������������������������i&'Sfc''.;':'.'.^  ;:U-2"^S&w^^  ++++*i**l**t-l**|*^++.j.+.t^^..j,.i.++.}.,j,^^-i,  J IF-YOU ARE GOING TO TAKK ������  * ?  *���������*>  "������  fr  fr  | VOR-A SPRING TOXIC %  fr ���������Be sure to uiku Good   Wini���������  ���������"���������  2 t  t ��������� s  ���������*  fr  t  fr  yU*r -yubjy -$&**, y?M^?ty  tT&iTLer  The lie.,t is called  WILSON'S  INVALID  PORT  and kept at, tin-  * Canada Drug & Book Company,  f  fr  KEVELSTOKE  t.*H������H-i**rl*'t"TT'*H* f.-t-f.f.-t.M****'-!-���������'  Notes of News.  ���������Sy.   i<rHAr/ey /jUsy-f^ ������7^H^-  iyvr^ -ustuy ds^^JIUrrtsd,   tfa t.  MARRIED  Hi:wirr-D.\NN���������On ihe 27ih in*-!., nl  lhe .Methodist Parsonage Revel-duke,  by Rev. *���������>. J. Thomp.-nu. Mr.  Augustus Hewitt, to Elixnbelh D.uin,  nil of Okantigim Landing, li. C.  Gisrf.n-MacIxtosh���������-In Toronto, Mny  21, ut lhe residence ofthe liricle'.s  sister, bv Rev. Mr. Murray ol  Erskine Pieshvteri-in cliinili." Kev.  S. J. Green of Trout. Lake Cily  Methodi.-t church to Miss Juliet le  Macintosh of Toronto.  BORN.  TuMl.lNsoN���������On the 2Sth iii-il.,  In  Mr.  and Mrs. Toinlinsoii a ilaiigliier.  ��������� Or, Burgess, I)enli-I.  Brown   I'.lk.  ���������Ice foi stvle.���������Apply A- N. Smith  Cory Menlienick was in town ou  Sunday.  Ed. Corning returned from his trip  in the .States on Sunday.  J. IJ. Sibbald, .Mrs. Sihbalil and  fniiiilj- returned on Sunday ft tun  Ct-maplix.  Miss- Nauno Baker left Monday c-ven  ing on a vKit to her iiiini iu Yau-  ciuiver.  Rev. S.J. Green of Trout Lake cily  and bi ide registered at the Revelsloke  on Sunday en route home from  Toronto.  Mrs. Porler anil her sister. Miss  Cannon left Monday morning nn a  visit to Wolseley, N. \v. T.  Const. Upper left on Monday morning for Dawson, about live miles south  of Tiout L-ike, to look alter somi!  licenses.  ���������The entertainment under lhe nu*-  pieces of the Talent Society of St.  Petei's chinch is postponed to .lime  5ih.  There was no t|iioruiii at th'e miel-  ing of the directors ofthe Hospital  Association, which was called for last  Satin day night.  Rev. C. Ladnerof JCamloop*> is expected to arrive here loiuoiiow- uiori.-  ing to assume the pastoi.ite ofthe  Methodist church.  The Trout Lake waggon ro.ulj is in  splendid shape and a pi oininci.l lievel-  sloker, who made the trip lasl week,  reports that one could hike over it. if  so disposed.  J. 1). Sibbald saw some of the free  milling ore from Pool Creek at Comaplix and reports that it is In al.  appearance very rich, He looks to  see a big rush iu to the district tliis  summer.  T. J. Graham has a row of sugar  maples planted round llu* fence of his  residence on McKenzie Ave., which Input in two years ago and which havi-  done exceedingly well.  The Chinese Commission sat here on  S-ituidftS' hist. Those examined wei i-  \Y. S- Newman. Geo. "Winters. M. A.  Wilson, Dr. Cross, Robt. 11. Farwell  and John McLeod.  Thc Emerald Duet's services in Llu  opera house on Sunday were wei.  at tended as were also llieir leet in i-**  and entertainments given on .Munilaj  .'ii'U-rnoon and evening.  The river took another big junij  under the- influence of the hot \\eal!u*i  of Friday. Sat ut day and Sunday.  --Tiie lilieilleu ai-t-is���������Heal���������high���������w.-iter  iinirk .���������mil ihelrackat Ci-iigellailiie unu  Griffin lake was under water on Mui -  day.  Among lhe guests at the Revelstoke  on Sunday weie John .Mi-Kine ol  Rossland. Opie Reid of S.m Francisco.  W. R. Angus Ti'iunio. 3.if. Leanij  New Wesluiiiister. I). J. .McDon.ili.  Kamloops and Ficil Slaikcy aiul C. IL  Pai-son of Golden.   '  Giovanni Taranli, au Italian, who  h id been ailing for sniue time p.isl.  died res-let clay n-ni ii-ng ipiiu* .-iidil.-nlj  a' Juliau'������ I'.-imh. Thc fiini'ial .-erviti  In >k place this moiuiiig ami was vet\  largely alleiidc'cl by ihe Ci.unli ynn-i,  of the dcre.u-eil.  I4ev. H. I-'ienuc*. Clinton, leiliu* ox  St. .laines' Y-iih nuvfi*. Si-lei Ki.iiici**  of St. Luke's IIonic. -Mis. Clinton i*.  Nt-iv West iiiiu-ti'i-and Dr. lin.liiigliin.  late .-iipc-rinti-iiilt-iit of the Ni-v.- Went  miiislcr .isyluui pa-.-cd ihiougi  i.evelstnke yus.lerd.iy moi ning ei  route first for l.iilT.uo aiul thi*n fm  home.  Vice-Ailmiral Sir Cypiian Iirid*.e,  lhe new ciiiuiii.iiidt'r in chief of lb.  llritish naval .-t-iiadron in China aiul  staff.'���������onsisting of C.ipt. Carter A. I)  C Flag Lieut. Hamilton and Stafi  Paymaster F. H.-i<r:son Smith, pas-fret,  thiough on **iatiiid,iy'&- train i-n rout.  totakeover the .luiies of his coin-  mind.  A curious accident involving the ln**.*-  of a valuable hoi-se nc-cm i-t-d on tlu-  Big Ed.ly mill site hist week. A team  hooked on to a log m-ide a turn dose  to the river bank. The ground g.*iv<  way. piecipilating one of llu* hoise.-  into the river. The tongs won*  detached fiom the log and sinking  into the water grappled tomelhing in  the bottom of lhe liver and held the  unfortunate horse down till it was  drowned.  F. ('. Elliott ol'Trout Lake Cily is  in iiiwn.  lion. W. ('. Wells was a pasionger  on the west hound train last.night.  County Ciiuri. which wns lixeil for  today lias been postponed until tin*  12th.'  .1. II. Robinson has tigaiu ti-siniii'il  Lhe pruprictoi-aJiip ol' llu* l-Jiieen's  hotel.  Cook "Wanthii ��������� First class while  iMok wanleil nt, once. Apply lo llii.*'  olliee.'  lieiur iiilii'i' thai, all fi ee inineis'  licenses expire on Friday next. Mav  .'list.  Tin; Imperial "lank of Canada have  donated 1*5UK) lo the Queen Viclorin  hospital hi'fi*.  .1. T. Wilkinson of llu; Province is in  town in foiuic'i.'lion with tin; business  of that paper.  T. II. Dunne has received it eiiin-  mi-nioii lo paint a drop .scene* and two  scenes fur flu; Vernon then Ire.  Mis-. Thos. Downs i-iit'.-rtitiiii'd the  Methodist chin ch choir at her residence last night.  The Gazette of the _>8n. contains the  certificate of the incorporation of Llie  Kevelstoke  Lumber t'o. Limited.  I). AVolsIey left on this morning's  train for the -soiiLh en route, to Pool  creek to do sonic assessment work.  IL 0. Killeen, provincial inspector  of road*, and trails, arrived from Liu*  west this morning and went soulh.  ������������������lee Cream Soilas everyday aL Hews.  Mr. .1. Pickiinl. assayer and chemist,  visited Princeton on Tuesday, lie intends opening a laboratory at, Kere-  ineos!���������Siiiiilkaincen Star.  Lodge Royalty, S. 0. IC. IJ. S.. have  ���������.lucked to meet in future on the  second and fourlh Tuesday in ench  month in llie rcd.'roso degree. While  rose meetings will he held quarterly  mi the third Tuesdays in March, June,  September and December.  The Hiiit.sr.n is glad losec that M.  iM.ifdoiiiild. "LitlleJ Mac." who has  been living here for Hie last, two or  three weeks recovering fn m Lhe effects  of his fall on to Lhe pliitfoim of the  railway station at Lyltou. is nearly  coiivalescei.t and expecls to start out.  o i the ro:id again early next week.  Yesterday afternoon at a meeting of  Lhe directors of tho Hospital Association, aL which Messrs. Kilpatrick.  Temple.. Abr.tliainson. llowson and  Brews!or were preseiil. fStipt. Kil-  fiafrielv was elected chairman ofthe  beard and il. H. Atkins wa.s appoinlcd  secroiary. It was decided to apply to  tlio Victorian Order of nurses for a  gtimt towards Lhe building hind of  the hospital.  Rev. S. .1. Thomson preached his  I'm ewe 11 service on Sunday evening.  The t-huirh was packed (o the .loots  A feature of Lhe musical pari of i.hi-  ���������wviee was Iho duet lieLwecn Mis.  Dent and ?>Iiss Gerly Fee ���������'"We'll meet  igain at Home." The reverend m-nlle-  man and the family leave (omnrrnu  uioiT.ing for their now home at Kaslo.  1'lie Hl.iiAi.i) extends ils best wishe*-  ���������'nr sucre-s nnd liiippiui'ss in their new-  sphere uf \\ cirk.  rtA Fancy "White Muslins, All-Over Laces, Valencium, Etc, Swiss and  J^j? Dainty Muslins. A most beautiful display of those Fashionable  (*33   Goods in various colors at lue, 17c, 20c., 25c, and 50c.  <$ _   ������ Under Skirts  Qy Mercerised Sateen Skirts in endless colors���������all prices.  ($ ..  <������ Perren's   Gloves  (j������>      Wi* sell the Famous " PERUENS" Gloves.     Oneo worn always  rj\   asked for  MIKING  COUNTRY  Microscopical  Is demanded in the Compounding of  Prescriptions; mid our care and skill  ��������� the results of e.iperience and  training���������assure that degree of ac*  curacy. And, i.i addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Biing  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  TAYI.OK lll.OCK"  McKenzie Ave  ���������Remember    the  entertainment on  lime 5ih in T ipping's thi-atrt*.  The   Herald   begs   to    acknowledge  ho   receipt   fiom the  department   nl  ���������nines  of a  copy of the pamphlet pie  i.ued for dish iliution at   the  Glasgow  ind I"iil"'alo expositions.     The pniuph  et.      contains       a     short    history   oT  iiining in   Ii.   C,   a   synopsis   of  the  niiiing    I iivs,     sljitisLics-    of    niimial  iioduction. to   date  and   a brief sum  mil y  of   the    progies***   of   mining   in  1!K,0.     The work is -.veil ilhisli.iled and  .111 :u lively gotten up  and   i-nn'.iiins a  <| i unity  ot   valuable informal ion and  it*,  distribution at the two big fairs of  I!KJ1 I- a capital idea.  .Vote Ik-ads, Rill I reads  Letter Heads. Statements  Envelopes, 'etc., etc. in  an up to date, clean and  attractive manner. Send  to us for your next printing. We arc sure we  will give you satisfaction.  The   Revelstoke Mearld  Printing and   Pub.   Co.  --������.  Chloride   Lime,   Carbolic  /���������������..  J_U) (!|p  IP  Acid,   Camphor, Sulphur (j������|)  Formaldehyde,        Fumi  gating Pastilles,   etc.    In  |||  fact all   disinfectants   ancl W>  m  m  n  FIELD & BEWS  Druggists inul ������ tiilinnurs,  Ti:i.i:i'iioxi:*IS. ISroiwi Block.  NOTICE ������  Steam Boiler Inspectors' Examination.  A PPT.IOATION for oxannnation of Strum  Lkuler In*-ivrir������r^ will b������ rL**'������_*iveiI by the Chief  lns;ioi:t.>r ������>f Muntn ft oil it:-. Now Wu.-tmin-tLT,  1!. C, np to Juno Huh. 11H)1: ApT*Iicant-i inti^i  be between iho ni;e of '2"< ami 'ti ycdr-*. tltey  inO.st have hnd nt lea**t tH'C yonr- jTactirtil  work.*.boti oxi.orit'iK'e ti.-* m.-ichi'nfais or boiler  inakLT.". tirni must t\\<o have a tlior-niRU  nndorNtr.ndinc; of .<ir:t:������ ettirincL-rin^.  Forms of pHrtioular-i intiy be o!>:ainu'.l, nn  rcque'-t of mien-tin;; a;fp!io.int>, from i,\l  rhioi In-r>oetor of Steuwi IloiltT*, N*������w We-t  min-ter. It. (.;.. nnd :nu-.t bu pr*>p������.-rly filb-il i::  mid r-Litiiriio-l Ut bim on or before 'ih*i tslnivc  iiK'iuloned -l(������:c.  'ilie ettndidatt'-i _?o!o-'*t������_.iI f-ir e-<RminH:b.i.  will then be noiinc<i a- to tint*; .u.'I j'tHi-c of  ( linsition. %  Th ��������� jtilnrv will bo .<1tO ror month.  t'liiof CommNsioTTof I-tind-t ���������������: Work*,  Laii U A, Works I>'������partraent.  - - Vii'torbi. li. C��������� '22ml May, lft.fi.   -^   .  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26,  Revelstoke,  B. C.  O.UUfllows,' Ihill ;it HoVfuc-V  VNitinir 1-Ciii^Iil*s invilt-tl,  K. G. r>\:uiurnii-:. V>. V.     :     :    :    :    :    :  :    : F. "\V. MAfK'ixitoT, K. dv K. tc &  LOYAL ORA?-fGE LODGE No. 1658  ������a S Kcjrnbir moi'tin^ arc hebl fn tlu  Z/\\ n :,:;. ���������',,,.-^ null-ui iho Tliiid I'rl  -���������'���������- 1I11 y u\ rrt'*b tni'lUh. at 1 p.m "harp  Vii.litij; brothrrn oordfnllv invitt'O"  icia thos. sn-:.-:i>, w.M.  A.  H. 'HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER,  ���������toynl J-'cliool of Mimi", I^ndon.    Per en  y*������*m  tt 'Morfa   Work-1.   rWiiti'-eH.     17    year**   t'lilf.'  Ii*fi7ii������t   to  Wi^rtii  Coal   ami   Iron   t;o ,   Kn������  i.ntn i hemi*<t rtini A-*tiivpr, IIhII Mine*, Ltd.  Clainih i-Miiiuiii'd niif) rcporU-d upon.  Revelstoke, B.C  HOWARD A.  HAOGRX,  Momlior 'American Tintituie Mi 1*1 in*.; Knjjit.eer-  Member c-inmliiin Mining Institute.  ItEVKr.STOKK. It. 0.  "vernlrmtion of mid report* on Min'T.il   properties a specialty.  H.  EDWARDS  '     TAXIOKUMIST.  DEI'.lt IIi:Al������a, IMl.D"., Etc. MOI-XTED,  Knrs Clonncd unil Iicimlro'l.  r.OVKRINVl'H OI.I) HTAN'I)     :     Scronil Street  HOUSE TO RENT.  Lrrge Hon������e  near   Ilnihvny Station.   Apply  to Harvey, MeCarter & Pinkham.  RESIDENCE FOR SALE.  i-esidence of Mrs. .1. I), flrftlmin, Fcroinl Pf.,  wiit. / pply io Ha.rv.-y, McCiirt������*r &  Pinkham. m-8-lf  Joys' Blouse Suits  S< .lust, to .mini, tin* finest, shipment, of T.OY.S' BLOUSR SUITS  JS/  Tlii'si* mi* t.lic* Ih'hi, limki* in Canmlii aiul iltin't, rip iiny\vlii>i*i>.  g   i Men's Clothing  ������������) Wn luivi" just, npi-iicri up 11 largo rango of Bi'autiful Satt'cn-Liuoil  ���������SSS All-Wool Si-i'i;.. and Worsteri'd Suits inul marked tlieni a wav down.  S; CALL AND SHU US HKFOKK BUYING Kr,SIC\VHE*UK  |     TAYLOR & GEORGE  ������  THE   WIDE-AWAKE   BUSINESS   MEN,   MACKENZIE   AVE.  ������  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $T5 and $100  SOLE  AGENTJ  HENRY FLOYD  REVELSTOKE  -    B. C.  ^������>Jo*'-Ji:*-"yc*.!aii������i-=e'^S*i<!>W^ij^A*^i^  ���������t6 rent payers  MTlic dilTcrcncc between  rent paying and the Birkbeck plan^'  *S^ of Rent Purchase. *    " jii^  V.--1 , 6;.;  RENT PLAN  BIRKBECK  PLAN      fP  Pay fmin 810 to $15 pi-r inontli |������:  rur tlie  use of a hnmo fm*. ten t$i  years.     At the end of that, ti-ne ^  you  own  your home  and save K_J.  money everafter.'. . fe^'  For Furtber liilonnation apply ti> ^i  LEWIS BROS, Or tO G- 8. McOARTER,. .       |3  General ligonto. w" . .  8oliciiar. SS)  ,So^ I3.iy ?1*> "i* $15 per month for the  ������?$ use uf Minieboily else's house for  V>>? 10 ye.-n-p. AL Ihe end of that  y.J-ilinie tin* landlord owns tlie  ������$ house and money, tin* rent payer  i*c$ has 'i package of rereipts.  E-E9 ���������  ir>.'i  IV&<***r*4*&<r**Wr**rJ^^  JOHN D. SIBBALD.^1^  ^.3-EUrO?  OETO-R,  Wi   -  fr  %  fr  fr  f. I*. U. TOWNSITE,  MAKA TOWNSITK.  REAL ESTATE  .     CIW A l"Jri A T     ' C������timl������. IVri.iniu.nt * Wi-sloru  rli"AllLlAL-J  ,    '.���������������������������'���������.'I-* M*irtKiiKi> C'lirpiTiitlon.  ��������� uiiMiuxii-.   < Kimiabk. SiLviiiKS l.onii mitt ltuil.lln  INSURANCE! S������3������  *���������  g Association.  COAL FOlt SALIC.  re.      riunrrtlim ..'Ire.      Mercantile Fire.  in1.      I.'iilcdonlt'.n l.'irp.  nu l.ifi*.      Alias Ure.  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  ������������������������-; ^nr*.*^.-*.*'? ri^c&rj^rx-l&5!i'r������i'&iii  fr  ^Address Pevelstnkg Station.  t>jrPPPPPP^r^T^������^^t>������^er**^Jr^rrP:������������^ '  LEGAL.  Jt M. SCOTT 13. A., I.I..B.  llnrri*,ter.   Solicitor, " Notary   Public,   ]'..('.  -McKenzie Avenue, Kevelstoke Station.  .Money to loan,  JJAKVEY, M'CARTE'l A: I'INKIIAM  l-arri ters, Solieltora. Ete.  Solicitor.*, forliunerial Hank of Canada.  Coinpanv fiinns tn.loan at8 |ierccnt.  Kiiist Stiiket, Uovelhtoke Station, B. C.  MEDICAL.  T    W. CPOS5,  Ollice:     Mackenzie A venue,  Revelstoke, B.C  SIH'.UEUX To THE (J. 1*. lt,  Ilealtli Ollicer, Citv of Kevelstoke.  CHURCHES  '   JlKTHODIST CIIUI'.CH,   KnvELSTOKB.  I'roacliliiK services at 11 a. m. anil 7:30 p. ro  Clas.*. iiieeiini; ut tlio close ol the moruiiiK  -ervice Sabbath Selionl ami lnlilu Ula-s-i at J:3U  Wecfelv Prayer McetliiK uvery WedncMlay  eveuini; at 7::!U.-The-public are cordially  lnvitcil.   Seats free.      "'  Kev. S. J. Thompson, Pastor.  ST. PETI-.I'.'.*, CHUK-.II,  ANGLICAN.  Fislit a.m., llolv EiirliarM; 11 a.m.,Tmatins,  l.ltaiiy amUerinon (Holy Eucharist lirst Sun-  .iav in the month); 2-Mo Sunday si hool, or  cli'ildren'*' -.cmcc; 7:������i Evensong (choral) and  -ermon. llolv Davs���������The Holy Eucliar^t is  <���������������������������].*braleii m 7 a.m. or S a in , as nimounied.  llolv Baptism after Sunday school at 3:1a.  C. A. FROCUNIEK, UuCKir.  W.E.-.IJYTEKI..N   CIIL-KCII.  Service ever*.* Sundavat 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.  ti. which al! a're welcome. Prayer iiieeiini? at  S p. m. everv Wednesday.  I5KV. w. c. Cai.dei'., Pastor.  ROM IS CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mas?   at 10:3������  a. in ,   on   first, .second  and  .OTrrrh"?jnnii**."v-5n n-lli e-mon t h^ ��������� ' ��������� ���������--  l-.KV.   I'ATHF.R   T1I1TER.  ������LVATION   ARMY.  Mcci.ni; every night In their Hall en   Front  Street.  rtcd  P.o������c Dcjtrce meet" neroml and fourtl  Krldavs of i*������c|i  month;   White How  ri*f:r(!������  mwpi .'ilrst Krlrtav nf each monili.ln Oddfello������������  Hull.   Vi.Iliiiif lirellireit welcniiii*.  WM. W^T.-oy, HY. Er<WAKf)s,  i'n-Mdent. Secretary.  A. N.SMITH  p-akkr, cciyyy.CTKtyp.n,  an.l caterer Etc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Pan-American Exposition  r._*.  Buffalo, N. Y., U. S. A., May to  November, 1901.  ODDFELLOWS DAYS, JUNE26-27  T. all the Lodges of thc I. O. O. F.  throughout thc world���������  GREETING :  You are hereby fraternally requested to  unite with the vast army ol Odd Fellow.s in  making "Odd Fellows'. Ilay.s" at the Pan-  American Exposition memorable in the nimals  of onr beloved order, and to that end we  extend to the members of your lodge a cordial  Inviiailnn to be present on this occasion.  On June if>*27 we anticipate the pleasure or  mjetlni; mid greet!nit Grand Sire Cable, the  irrand Master and Grand ofllcers of eaeh Grand  I. idge.lurisdiciion thoroiiuliout thc world, as  well iw many ol (he members of your lodi*c  In < rder thnt every Odd Fellow and Kebekah  mav be informed of the pood Intentions of the  Buffalo Odd Fellows, we respectfully rcqi.c-t  ;011 to have this card and the enclosed li-it-ti  printed in your dally and weekly newspapers.  Fratcrnallvvours,  I.O. O. F. FAN-AM������ktCAS COMMITTEE.'  To all tho Lodges of the I. O. O. F.  Throughout the world���������  GREEIIN'O : t  .    ���������  The Pan-American Exposition will i,c holn'  In the City of Buffalo, N. Y.. U.S. A., fron  May 1st to Nov. 1st, 10U1.  The Oddfellows of Buffalo, deslrii g o  exemplify, the teachings of our grand order-  that of extending an honorable reception,  fraternal greeting and generous hospitality to  our brethcrn from 'strange cities and distant  states"���������have opened nn Oddfellows' Hem':  quarters at 213 Ellicot Square, Buffalo, wheie  books of registry will be kept, and competem  artles constantly in charge to give ( free ol  cost) rclnbic. information.to t!i3 visiting ������_<! I-  fellow, hls'family and friends, Solouniihr in  our city, nnd where one mav be directed to  clean and respectable hotels,* boarding i r  private houses.  Visitors are at liberty to hnve telegrams nnd  mail addressed to them In care of said headquarter-*.  A reliable guide," with m*p,s of the city'aid  txpositien Grounds, will be'on .sale for tht  convcniciicc of visiting brethren.  Your members visiting Buffalo during tie  itl.P"A"Lon���������Br? <,<','rt**'**y invited to call at  I. O. O. r. Headquarters that we may have the  pleasure of meeting and greeting you, and aid-  ine you as much as we are able along the lines  I niiioft tfefi *  The Secretary of your I^idgc Is requested 'o  read this communication at several inectlniti  that all of your members may become familiar  with the good intentions of your brethren in  Hnffalo.  It will be an advantage for each brother and  sister to present bii ofllelal receipt or other  meansofldentincatioii,  Hoping ������e may have the of meeting many  of the memlH-rs of yonr Lodge during Hie  coming summer, we remain.  Youra In F. L. and T.  THE I.O. O.K. 1-AX-AMEI.H.AX COMHITTEF  Honest admiratioii - is olecti'd ��������� Hy.  tliosi* who wear our olothes. They, are  "3 wnys correct, elegant, suitable. It'is"  |>leiisiiig to bo well attiroil, and ploiiii**.  mg to be conscious that others admire"  your taste. By buying here you dis-,  'arm criticism ami usually wive your-'  self cash .'��������� -   -.' " - \  HIGH CLASS LADIES:'-,  .-:-;-.  CUSTOM'TAILORING  ].B(ressiBdflTHE>Rt  mm���������___T A Y LO Ft;  MeKENZIE   AVENUE^" '   '_';  ' Large and Well lighted "  . Sample Kooms    '  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Ilensonable Hates    Heated ,by Hot Air and ".lectric  Bells and Light in every room..  -O.HOTEL  yiOTORIAw'V'  JOHN "V. PERKS, l*noFitiKT<)it,  Night.Grill itO)=i in Connection for the Convenience of Guests  Hourly Street liar ��������� r=r*. .     .      . __.__'  Iletwec Hotel and Station      * K������V������0S"&������^f , ;g.^.  Wake Up  AND SEE THE BARGAINS AT  GUY BARBER'S IN--.  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844* Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRINQ *  A. BARGAIN IN  REAL ESTATE  A     VA LISA BI.R    RESIDENCE -  Property near the Court house.     Cost  over $2,000,   for sale   at   $100!).     For  1-eriiiH    and   particulars   applv   to  A  JOHNSON, j'ferald Office. ' I *  Mail rii-ilei.- promptly ami carefully  at tended to  P. O. Box  i:ri.  Revelstoke, B.C  ^    BUSINESS  PROPERTY  FOR SALE  ON SECOND STREET-a barKain  antl on easy terms of payment. Aimlv  to ,f. D.SIBBAf.D.Real  Estate Vgt.  OPALINE   TREATMENT.  Self   Mom;   Trea'ment   for   Ladies.  B-EVE-LSTOKE  SMELTER  TOWNSITE  R.H. Mayne,  SOLE AGENT  Lots from $100 Dp. 1  I will send free with full Instructions ������ome  ofthli simple preparation for the .nre of  Bencorrha-n, Ulceration, Displacement and all  Female troubles to oil ladies sending addi*?������������  to MRH. J.O. LKE, llranch ���������n������eer nw  East Hallway Signal, Revelstoke Station.  H������y U-2m  R.H.MAYNE,  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.

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