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 f  Vol    V.  No   41.  REVEJLSTOKE, B.C.     SATURDAY,  MAY 23, 1.901.  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  G. B. HUME.  &C0.  THAN  EVER  Linoleums  A.  Direct importation,  from  Kirkcaldy,'Scotland, now in.  The   Patterns are   Prettier-  than ever and the Price is  lower.    They include a fine  line ot Ingrains.  Come, and  Examine   them.  HATS HATS  7 GentS'ti  Ladies'  Children's  Misses'  S������������������*5>������*3������������<������^^  10  CASES 10  Latest New York  Novelties..-���������^���������*.  'We have "no-hesitation   in  ' stating - thnt  we   have the  pretticst'and nobbiest lines  ever shown in this City.  <s>-3>-3>3XS������tIX_D������3^^  GROCERIES  IS  WHERE WE   SHINE  Shall we write it'down.  We  want   your Order   for  several reasons.���������  Because  We can save you money.  Because  We  can  please  you  in  quality.  Because  We can   en   ' you good  service.  FRUITS  We intend giving special  attention to FEUIT this  Summer and will have  them as fast as they Tipen,  Strawberries and Cherries  are arriving now.  m+S.a&)r'>j^Pttjr#P������,Jr-r)*PJHHl*9i9\  C.B. HUME  &C0  IS  Hon. James Dunsmuir.  A curiously inlet i-sting figui_e iimung  Gati'idinn juililic.i_.pn in British (Jolnm  bia's niillion.iiie pfPtnter,* Hon. Jumps  Dunsuniir, ihuii" wlinin it is safe to say  there is no" one-in or out or politics  more respect ed personiilly by . oppon-  ents-as wfll.ns' fi'ieiids******-^!iiii.*t,-".iiitii'-.  ing man lo whom.~lhe making~'of a*  speech is ii somelhing fraught with  nameless terrors���������a man accustomed  to being misunderstood, who keeps  himself very much to himself, yet. is-  the direct, antithesis of the cold'and'  haughty,personage that first, 'inipres-'  sion is apt to misconceive hiin.  He is an unusually silent man it is  true, but not of the taciturn, self-sufficient type finding empty satisfaction  in cynical con tciu plat ion of the human  family. On tlie contrary, Mr. Duns-  iiiuir immensely enjoys the companionship of friends, even more perhaps  than the majority. It is only- lii**.  natural shyness (if such wind maybe  allowed) that prevents him mingling  more among tlieiu���������not any disposition  ui hold himself haughtily aloof.    He is.  r  .  a serious man���������lias always been��������� hut  not a iiiis.iulhiope by any manner ol  means. .Although he takes small pari  .ii general conversation wliere iiio'ri*  .ban two or three ��������� are gathered to  getliei',_j!_������i_ii_inci'i*jr_v=___pyo,_=_.twiiiklii.g  through the hazy smoke of his faithful  uricr, bespeaks a genial ajVpreciation  of all thai goes on about him.  Those too who may .attribute his  i liuractei'istic silence to any lack ol  f/eneral knowledge or intei est iu men  and men's afl'.iiis ilo-hiui tin injustice.  Few among llie bust known public*  men of the west have indeed wider or  more thorough and practical acquaintance with events. 1'lie case is simply  Unit he hales lo Lit I k, save it) such disjointed sentences as come conveniently  betweon the whiff**, of a wel!-jea������oned  pipe. When -.necessity demands a  speech it is short, ditect, businesslike,  saving as many words and as much  time us pnt-'sible.  It may be lhat full realization of the  responsibilities that his wealth entails  has had a material influence in thc  moulding and developing of the premier's nature. It may be that such  realization is but u ntiluial sequence of  his course in life. Certain it , is Lliat  he is earnest and sincere in using his  vast fortune as lie believes for the best  interest of his adopted home as well  us for himself. It is with this object  constantly iu mind that he has so.interested himself in mining in nil paits  of the province���������lhat he has lent, his  name and his capilui In uiuny of lhe  larger enterprises and inleiesls of  Vancouver island���������that he even enter-  ed politics und assumed llio provincial  leadership when a limn of uniinpem.li-  able standing and integrily was de  mantled to redeem the wavering credit  of the jirovince in the eyes of the  world. .  .  Like that rugged old man, his father  In many respects', Hon.  James' Duns-  He does not drink be-  no-pleasure or-'-idvaii-  muir is a cordial hater of pretence, a  detester of sycophants. He is Scotch  in his dislike of premature familiarity.  He is Scotch too in his humor, and -in  his appreciation of the humor of "others. He is Scotch"in his reverence of  tilings sacred anil hi"? ruspect, fni*'clpa'n{  ly living and honesty .of" woid-and  deed. Ilis faults as n man develop  largely through s'.*lf-depreeiation of his  own ability���������for there are times when  it,would be belter perlnips were he- to  take thing*- political mure into his own  hands lather than defet\to ��������� the views  of his friends���������and ti family stubbornness ir. loyalty that induces him to  si and by a friend whatever come, because it is a frieiid.  James Diinsmiiir shares many of the  characteristics of his late father. He  is a man of simple life���������of stm nch integrity���������of few habits, other limn  smoking, such as are- classed' among  the petty.viees.  cause he sees  tage in undue stimulation-of-'the. system wilhout 'necessity therefor;",lie  does not'use-profanity'because he  realizes that "gar dangit"-properly  emphasized,] if not quite so euphonious  perhaps, is just as expressive and useful in punctuating conversation as any  % U'ou'gei^word-fSoQld'lje.' ��������� ~" -~-*^-  . As a listener .he atones for any faults  ho may'imagine himself to possess as a  speaker (I'or when he can be drawn  into conversation and made to forget  himself he talks wilh animation and  well), his grasp ot the most involved  details being quick and intelligent,  liis memory trained and reliable, and  his eye jicculiai'ly steady and .capable  of reading sincerity or deceit in the  faces of those with whom he is  In ought in contact.  *A triHu slow in action���������for he moves  wilh Scottish citulion��������� his word once  passed is lo be absolutely relied upon  in llie spirit as in the letter of agreement.  As for his amusements, since men  must have some lelaxalion else the  machinery of the mind would come to  grief, ho is a generous patron and  admirer of the drama, and an ardent  lover of good music, in wliich he finds  his chief delight.  Alt bough in some respects as enthusiastic as a schoolboy in luo.uhiig  certain projects for the public  advancement, it is just a little difficult  to imagine Premier Dunsmuir" as  having ever been a careless,' spoil-  loving boy. The weight of * heavy  responsibilities, lecognized and accepted ns such, has rested upon him  ever since he reached man's estate.  He is apparently striving earnestly to  employ both his fortune and his  personal ability along lines in liaiinony  with his native Scottish-Canadian  common sense for the development  nnd upbuilding of the province thnt is  his home, and for the benefit of the  greatest number of its inhabitant".  He is respected for his irreproachable  integrity and his high ideas, and it is  for British Columbia's sake to he  h(>ped. that he will see these idi-als  tealized in fact.���������C. H. Gibbon's in the  Vancouver Province  Personal    Paragraphs   Pertaining; to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  >  A batch of Galio^ans arrived in Nelson last Monday from Edmonton to  Jo section work for the C. P. J".  R. XV. Morrison, formerly in charge  of the baggage department til the  Ked Mountain depot, has been ap-  pointcd ticket clerk in the Rossland  office. In this capacity he will be  assistant to II. j*. Brown. E. C.  Holingsworth of Spokane, has arrived  to assume the po-jfcat the depot vacated by Mr. Morrison;  JFranlc Peterson," brakeman * on a  work train, fell between cars fit 0.30 p.  ni. on Sunday and was instantly killed  at Gravel River, '30 miles .west' of  Schreiber. * His death was purely accidental. The remains were taken to  Schreiber for burial.;-'  A cablegram from London says that  the Canadian Pacific Railway Company last week_ completed arrangements for leasing', four shops in  Trafalgar Square,*.in the heart of tlie  West End, for magnificent London  headquarters, the branch oflice being  maintained in the city.  A special to the Chicago-Record-  Herald from St. Paul says: Railroad  men who have knowledge of the plans  of J. J. Hill are positive in the assertion that former Senator Pettigrew  will be made the executive head of  the Great Northern Railway system.  It is generally- accepted here as a fact  that Mr. Hill has decided to make  New York his permanent home.  F. G. Marlyii_. is appointed trainmaster, to cover C. P. R. territory from  Smith's Falls to Hamilton, arid D. R.  Bell is appointed trainmaster in charge  of lines north and'west of Toronto  Junction. L'. L.Ross, who w_as bridge  building master east' of Toronto, has  had his territory extended 'to include  the Hamilton section and Toronto  terminals. . -'_._ _, ...  Conductor J. G. Irving of the C. P.  R. has resumed his run to Midway  and Conductor Peck will assume his  duties on .the Robson-Rossland run,  Conductor Joe. A. Kinney goes back  to the ore train and the old order of  things; is' generally restored'. Conductor Kinney has made a host of  friends by his unfailing courtesy and  tact while in charge' of the Robson-  Rossland train.���������Miner.  Mr. Frank Springer, for some lime  chief ticket cleric and cashier at the  C. P. R. depot ticki*} office, Vancouver  left that'position Wednesday to enter  the employment of the Imperial Life  Assurance company. His vacant  position in thc ticket oflice has been  filled by the appointment of Mr. T.  Wilkinson, and Mi" G. R. G. Biignall  has arrived Irom Prince Edward Island to succeed Mr. Wilkinson in a  junior department. Mr. Bagniill wa.s  connected for some years with the  Prince Edward Tsland railway.  Yardmaster Dyson of the C. P. R..  and Fireman Morrill took it into thoir  heads to drive a, tresjiasser out of tin*  C. P. R. yards-a day or two ago. The  trespasser was a bovine of tlie male  persuasion and objected to being  driven, so he became the driver. ft  only took .a few minutes for the bull  to sand Mr. Morrill on a lour of investigation to the bottom of a pit and  tlie Yardmaster to the safer refuge of  a friendly caboose. Fireman Morrill  says a bull like that should be pushed  off with the engine.���������Kamloops Standard.  Conductor Irving's Return-  Officers''Elected.  -The  C. P. R. Conductor James G, .Irving  returned yesterday from Milwaukee,  Wis.,.wheie he was in attendance for  three weeks at the bi-annual meeting  of the giand lodge of the United  Brothei hood of Railway Trainmen of  America. Mr. Irving was one of COI  delegates to the grand lodge and spent  a very pleasant fortnight. Although  the Canadian jurisdiction represents  less than 10 per cent of the membership  of the Brotherhood, two grand' lodge  offices were eonfeired'on Canadians.  Conductor McNamaraof Niagara Falls,  Ont., was re-elected tu the board of  Grand trustees, of wliich he Was chairman last year and Conductor Murdock  of London OnL., was appointed to the  Grand executive.':rW.������*fc-L?i;,-wliii is*  well known to lhe Brotherhood in'this'  district by reason of his tiip through  the Kootenays last fall, was advanced  several degrees and is now assistant to  Grand Master' P. -H. Morrissey, with  permanent headquarteis at Cleveland,  O. The principle of good pay for good  men was carried into effect when the  salary of lhe grand master wis placed  at S3.000.per annum and the stipends  of the vice-grands at $3,000 per annum.  Among the ollicials in attendance was  Robt. McGowan. chief clerk of the  beneficiary department- He is a  brother of Engineer Frank McGowan,  who is now running out of Smelter  Junction. Mr. McG.iwan's salary from  the Brolheihood is $1,500 per annum.  Grand Master Morrissey paid the  Canadian members of lhe Brotherhood  a win in compliment when he recommended the American members who  desired a tas'.e uf genuine hospitality  to take a trip through tiie Dominion.  ���������Rosslanil Miner.  The Chinese Commission^  The Royal Commissinn   to  enquiie  into Chinese  and  Japanese  immigration into British Columbia is in session  in this city today.  The Commissioners are Messrs. R. C.  Clute, of Toi onto, chairman; D. J.  Munn, of New Westminster, and Chris  Foley of Rossland; secretary, F. J.  Deane, of Kamloops, and stenographer, Alex. H. Ciawford of Toronto.  Mr. Clms. Wilson, K. C. of Vancouver, is present, lepiesenting the  Provincial Government.  FREE MILLING ORE  Machinests Strike to Extend to  Railways.  BOERS WILL SUE  FOR PEACE  Another   Big   Strike   of   Very  Rich Gold Ore on Lexington  Mountain.  Private advices of the 21st from  Uamborne statej that a rich strike of  free milling ore on the Rosslaud claim  on Lexington Mountain has been  made. The lead on the surf-ice is  about eight feet wide and has all the  indications of a big body of ore but  has not yet been sufficiently prospected to prove whether it is continuous  or'not. The rock is to all appearance  richer th-in the Eva ore. The property also belongs to the Imperial Development Co. of Nelson. *  Victoria Day  "Picnics were the order of the day  yesterday which was as fine a 2Uh as  anybody . can remember. * Several  parties drove out to the Canyon.and  -\yilliain������ou'B^������Rcli.-4*'.\vhilot���������^others,  wai ked a short distance ."out'of' town  and put.in the day in the green woods  under a cloudless' sky. The other  proceedings of the day were a shoot  of the gun club in the morning, the  junior.* football match, Golden v.  Revelstoke in the afternoon and the  production of "Milky While" at the  opera, house in the evening, accounts  of which appear elsewhere in this  issue.  A Hundred Men Entombed Alive���������  Thirteen Persons Drowned in Lake  Huron���������Victoria Day at the Pan-  American���������Cabinet Crisis in Madrid-  Turkish Offic'als Threaten to go on  Strike.  Washington, May 25.���������President  O'Connell of the International Association of Machinists will recommend to  the annual convention of machinists  which meets at Toronto on June 3 that  a date be set for a nine hour day without reduction iu wages on all railroads  in the country. Failing compliance a  strike will be ordered.  Cape Town. May 25.���������It is rumored  Lhat Gen Buller has been recalled by  the War Office.  Gen. Botha has asked Dewet to meet  him to discuss the situation. The  Boers are likely to take advantage of  the absence of Sir -Alfred Milner to  conclude a, peace.  DESPATCHES IN   UHIEF.  One hundred men have been entombed by an explosion at the  Universal colliery in Wales. Five  bodies have been recovered, the rescue  of the others hopeless.  A ministerial crisis is imihent at  Madrid.  The officials of "the Ottoman Embassy at Paris threaten to leave their  posts unless their salaries are paid. -  Sir Alfred Milner has arrived in  England from South Africa.  Sleam   barge  Baltimore   has  sunk  between Ansabble and  Fish Point  on '.  Lake Huronr 13 persons were drowned _  ?"-Teste'W.*^;wayyi������b^  Buffalo exposition.'  The. weather was  wet  and   cold.   The  attendance was'  large,   many' excursions coming from  Canadian points.  BIG REMOVAL SALE  ^a'-Sid-?!" Z-Sfrt-ik''  .*-rV*/jj.;  r, -**-<���������  "i y  I. 0. 0. F.  FOR THE NEXT FIFTEEN DAYS|  *^_l������OC^&-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.  BARGAINS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS  Selkirk Lodge, No. 12, At Home  and Dance on Thursday Ev-  " ening-.  Selkitk Lodge, Xo. 12. I.O.O. F. gave  a house warming on Thursday evening  with great eclat. The spacious-and  handsome hall on the ground floor'of  their building on Second St. was  decorated with red and blue streamers -  caught up at intervals by the mystic  triple links in pink, these being" the  three colors of the order. Over the  raised platform at the end of the hall,  which was Jdevoted to the orchestra  was the motto, "Selkirk Lodge, No.  12," "Welcome to AH."  The dance began about 0i% to the.  I>esrmusic-yet"piit up at a dance in  Revelstoke. The orchestra consisted  of J. Taylor, violin, J. O'Neill, clarionet, R.' Sawyer, trombone, E. Edwards, cornet, and E. Ilnmphrys,  piano," iind the introduction, of a  metronome greatly added to the excellency, of the time kept by the performers. The following was the '  -   raoc.UAM.ME  i.    Grand March   j.    Lancers   3. Waltz   4. Scliottische ; .".  5. Quadrille   6. Waltz   7. Jersey ;   8. Two Step   9. Lancers   ** ? 1  Men's Furnishings  Dry Goods  Carpets and Curtains  Men's and Boys Clothing  Boots and Shoes  Hats and Caps,  House Furnishins, Etc., Etc.  BARGAIN PRICES FOR GASH ONLY I  This will be a Genuine Money-Saving Sale at Ground Floor Prices  Don't miss this Grand Opportunity to make your Summer purchases.  I ^jOJjW������.*M.������.������^^^  IO.  11.  Waltz   Polka   Scliottische.  Quadrille...  Waltz   Bon  Ton...  Jersey   I_.-.ncer_>....  Two  Step..  Waltz   Minuet   Quadrilie...  >3-  14.  '5-  16.  ���������7*  18.  19.  20*.  21. _  22. Waltz.  23. Polka.  24.  *5  Waltz   Lancers .-.   The floor, which wns in excellent  shape, accommodated four sets with  ease and there were often as many as  forty couples dancing on it. Upstairs  card tables were set out for the enjoyment of gnrsts who did not dance.  Supper was served in the dance room  by A. N. Smith, and was put up in a  style that did credit to thc caterer .  and was fully worthy of the occasion.  The dance c*nne to an end at 3.30 a in.  on Victoria Day, having been a most  enjoyable affair fiom s'ait to finish.  The following were the committees  on whom most of the hard woik of  pulling (heaffair oif with such success,  fell and to whom much credit  is due: Executive���������Messrs, Kincaid.  Adair and Mathie: Reception���������Messrs.  Saxon, Palmer, Fred. Manning. Gordon. J. McLeod and MrGinnis; Decoration���������Messrs. J. McLeod, Adair,  Gordon nud Kincaid,  s   *  '-iK$5L*-C  1 '���������  _lL '(Mimaht ���������'lint ���������'^S***���������*"****'  T[ml.:-iol*,t ^(cralil nml Ijnilwau  "^[cit's iouii(al.  I'lilnMied By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co*  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  MaiiRginR Hiri'i-lnr.  A Semi-Weekly. Journal imbllaheil in the  interests ui" ihe railway men. mining men- and  bu-ine-**."* men of the West. nay*, of ruMIi'iilion  W������ilnes>l*y ami Saturday.  - 'ADVEf.llSINU   RATE*..  Display A.U., H.ijO |>cr inch: -single column,  ii pur inch wben inserted ��������� uu title page  Legal ad.*-.','10 cents per ineli luoiipnriel) .line  for first insertion: o eenis for each addilional  insertion. I.wal uotiee*. Ill uent- per line ckiIi  is-iic. ISirth, Marriage and IVath Notice.**  tree.  .-rn-chirTiuN kati:*..  My mail or carrier.  JJ per aiiiiinn; -fl.JJ for  my 'inoiilb**, -.tnelly in iiilvaiie-*.  Ol'K J'.ll   PKr.lllTMKNT.  l.-oneof lhe beat equip).ed priiilin*.'ollices in  lh.' We.*.t and prepared to execute all kinds ol  printing fn iir-ileU*.*; style at honest prices.  <">ne price to all. Xo job too large���������none iso  small���������for ns. Mail orders promptly attended  io.   Hive lie a trial on yoiirne.M order.  TO C01".I:F.-l*OMiKSTS.  We invite correspondence on any stibjeel  oi interest 10 the general public. In all case-  the Imna tide name of lhe writer must accoiii*  panv manuscript, bin not necessarily foi  I'liblicaiion.  Address all eoiiiintinicaiions to the Manager.  NOTICK TO COI'.KK-srONni-NTs.  1.���������All correspondence iniiat be legibli  written on one side of the paper only.  ���������j.���������rorreijinnilencp containing pcrsonnl  matter must t-e signed witli lhe proper name  of ihe writer.  rounds   the day <'IY   in   the odor   if  respectability.    Hut to most of ns   it is  .i positive relief when n WPekdny   liul.-  dny     is    over.      In    r_*ij{land    Kaster  .Monday     is    a   uiiivfi.sully -observed  hiiliilay tin* stunt* as Cloud Fiiday  ai.d  thii  .'.aster holidiys practically cover  the   wlmli.*   four    days.      In     Canada  I'jisti'r   .Monday   is  supposed In   be   a  legal holiday too but tin*  bare  idtvi  ol  actually    keeping   it   i.s   sufltcieiil   lu  superinduce     an     attack     nf     aculi*  melancholia hi the average Canadian.  I.ut the British workman, brought up  in a less strenuous atmosphere,  takes  his ('liiistinas   and Busier and Whit-  week holidays and .his  Saturday   hull  holiday   and  enjoys  them   to the full,  [jife is a more sellled and easier  all'.iir  with him altogether Ihaii il is with his  i-ealluss.  high   strung comrade across,  ihe   Atlantic.     And   seeing   Lhat.   wc  .���������an  only  live  this   life  on earth once  mil that we shall   he exlri.'iiii'ly  dead,  when   we   -ire dead, the  chances   are  hat   on   striking   a   total balance the  old country   man would be   found   to  have the best of it.  o. E.nriOGAX,  Editor.  AIV.X. LUCAS,  Travelling Agent.  Satuid.iy, -May -2olh, 1901.  THE PASSING SIIO'lr.  MINING AND MORALS  miner can carry'away in his juh ke!  as he goes home from his day's work  a whole fortune in a -short length of  time if allowed so to do. In a litous-  ,iiid ways   may   lhu   stockholder     be  llefl'.'lllllld.  We mention these things lo make  apparent the growing need then* ih fur  lhe advuiaey of a'high grade of iimruls  applied to this wlinli* tnisiiiess of  mining.  Mori; and more it is iipp..rent that a  company hunesLly I'oiiiieil, wisely iiuiii-  ,tgej and hone-stly and' intelligent.}'  pushed as an euterpri-se, is tlie winner.  There is a demand that the stock,  holders be put in possession uf Unnecessary facts i-oneei ning (lie I'peia  lions uf the i*.>ni*i*iny. 'I'm* hunt's,  ciiinpany will mil hide KiVm-o hi.del  cover ul' Miuie ���������leiiioive pi*o>p.*ct.  We are gl.ld to noli* that all 111.  buller reliable i:iimpanie.- are ciiiu.ii*.  more und iiini'i* lo loei.g.'ii'/. ��������� '.bene conditions and tike pans in p.ii tin  people iiiU'ii'Slel in pn.-,ses*>inii uf a:  the iiiier.sL** lhey liuld in toiiiiiiuii. I.  is a right in.ive in llie iiiipiiivi-nii-nl o  moi-ul**. in milling.  I'-Sv  #  lav**-  I  ���������fey  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RESERVED FOR  ������  Says a New York despatch of Monday : "Whether today is to see the  beginning of a machinists' strike  which shall rival the one in the  engineei ing trades in England whicli  played so important a part in tl e  opening ol the markets of the world to  the Americans ia problematical."  The   strike   of   the    engineers,   as  machinists   are   called    in    England,  doubtless did have a   good dual   to. do  with letting American machinery and  articles of iron and steel  construction  into    the   markets,   of   which   Great  ���������Britain   had   previously   held    undisputed  control.    But there have  been  other points in favor of the American  products, which have enabled them to  hold    and   extend   lhe   ground   thus  gained.    They are admitted Lo be as  a  rule lighter made, nicer to look at and  possessed of attributes of neatness and  handiness   lacking   to   the   more   old  1'ashinned ttrlicles of Brilish construction.    But the main point, as has been  stated over and   over  again, has been  the   speed   wilh which the   American  shops can turn out a  contract as compared with their British rivals.   Why ?  The reason is not vet-y far to seek.     ll  is    that,    Triumphant   Democracy   in  America has been content '.o work for  ils C'arnegies and Schwab*** ten hours a  day. while the down trodden   subjects  ot"   monarchical    oppression   in  Client  Britain   have   for years  enjoyed   the  privilege, not of a  nine hour day such  as the machinists of America are   now  lighting for, but of the eight hour day,  which is almost   universal   in   British  shops   and   factories   but. on this continent may   be   expected   to   happen  along   about   the   same   lime   as the  hiiltenium.  .- The American capitalist gets tlie  contracts because the American winking man still under the impulse of the  strenuous energy created by tht  necessities of the conquest cif Lhe con  tinent is content to work longer hour.,  and   - with -fewer, holidays, than   his  British comrade. The Amer'.can working miin scarcely knows what a holiday means. In the Western Stales he  works seven days in the week and fteU-  o ie holiday in the year on the Fourth  of July. And what is more he not  only acquiesces thrn.igh necessity in  this life of grinding slavery. He  actually thinks it something lo be  proud oi. The neglect of the weekly  ' day of rest, which grew up in lhe west  through the conditions iiist<i..iiahle  from pioneer life, but which iu Canada  disappear.- **t once with the influx i.f  civilization is" maintained in the Statis  as one of the signs of an up to dale ind  h i.-tliug community- And if the day*.  of a man's life* have no higher meaning  nr use than as a means for making a  d.iyVwngc. llieir view of it is pel-Imp-  right. At all events ilit? Aim-iii-an  contr.uloi- will for a h'lig lime coi -  tiiuie tolurli out older*, quicker t ban  the British manufacturer, lici-an-e il  is easy to drive men hard whosn creed  it is tltat it is the whole duly uf .limn  to work till he* diops.  -_*rr r.v*-*.|-:      _   Iii Canada we do not push lhis  article of faith tn quite s-tt_.li an extreme conclusion as they do in the  Statf-. We keep Sunday as a day of  l* *..-t and we have a few holidays every  year. But we hardly know what lo  do with the holidays when we do gel  them. For Sundays the pi ogr.imiiiu i.i  pretty well mapped out and  we  know  .Mining and morals are more nearly  related than at first thought may be  supposed, says the Mining and Engineering Review. Bad morals have  done more, to bring the business of  mining into had repute than any  other one thing. Dishonest promoters,  fraudulent comjii'iiies and conscienceless management have ever been the  waste of paid in stock, the wrecking  of companies, and tlie discouraging of  the confiding public.  While sonic have forged their way  to financial success by taking advantage of another's disadvantage, and  misfortune, the successful <li.shone.--l.  man is not common. In mining, as  in all legitimate enterprise, honesty is  the best policy. When the public can  feel sure that their money will go into  honest hands and tin: mine management is strictly honest, and conducted  on strict business principle, theii: will  be no lack of fluids for developing  purposes.  And yet after all  that  can   lie  said,  perhaps  there   i.s  about   the   mining  business    itself    certain     tendencies,  temptations  and opportunities which  break   down   integrity   and    destroy  right principle, and set aside ordinal y  business methods,-such as  attend   few  other  spheres   nf   commercial    enterprise.      Then:   is,*  for   instance,    the  opportunity to get, rich   quick.      Tliis  grows into* a   kind of craze and fevi r  'which soon assiiinesany kind of abnormal condition to suit the ta. te or convenience.      Tin:   race of millions, the  strife between  the  bonanza kings,   is  but the froth nu the upper crust  floating on a sea   of  seething   contentions  and angry disturbance beneath. [  The experience of the ages   both   as  to individuals and nations is that  the  slow path to wealth is  the  sure road.  Specially do we seem to need thc slow-  process   of   obtainment   in   order   to  know how to retain a   fortune.      The  discovery of certain rich mines, or the  surprise value of somo claim  discovered liy some  poor  grub-staker  startles  the world by   jumping   the   possessor  out of poverty  into  fortune,   without  the drill of knowing how to use what  i.s suddenly received.     Some such ex-  change-of circumstance sets ;irlhousand-  nien who are doing well enough in the  ordinary sense of tlie word, wild  with  a desire'to do   the   same   'liing.      So  away they   rush   for  Cape   Nome, or  some otherwheres, only to learn in the  .school of experience that such finds as  a rule belong only to those who . have  made a business   of   prospecting,   and  Lhat thoy do not know pay dirt, or pre  liearing rock when they see ir,* much  less do   tbey   know   anything   abrlut  prospecting.      A.s   a  result a hundred  men   return   home   again   poorer   in  |>ocket   than   when- they    left homo,  with the consequent loss   of   position,  time  and   resultant   discouragement,  and   perhaps*   broken   health    for   all  lime to'.-nine.      In ac'iiiinting fur I his  gold craze it is almost   wholly   din:   tn  the lat'-nt desire tu get rich   quick,   to  reap the reward of la luu* wil bout labor,  In conn- to jMis.-esision   nf   wealth without, rendering a proper equivalent.  ��������� ll in iy be   further   considered   that  milling furnishes opportunities I'or  the  unscrupulous men   that   aie   perhaps  greater than in almost any other kind  of liii-itiets.    As  a   rule,  the  common  pe.-plcilo not know nn c'i about   mining like lhey   do about   the   ordinary  and more general  lines of   trade  and  commercial   enterprises  and    various  callings.    What does the  -stockholder j  in New Viirk. who perhaps has never  been further     west     than     Cli'c igo.  know, about what is being   dune   with  his SI"M������X) worth of stock*?   Kvcn iron  the ground, he is at the mercy or the  From   the   man   with the  NEW SIGNAL  SYSTEM  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  Revelstoke  Station.  The Conductors in St. Paul  Are Interested in an Electricity  Scheme.  A matter of interest has developed  dating the railroad conductors' ccu.-  yention at St .Paul.  Strange as it may seem it has been  customary in railroad circles to  depend, even at this late date, on  s Miiaphore and other signals operated  by men in order lo protect the s.ifi ty  of those who travel by train.-  An innovation in this respect has  been inliodiued by A. *C. iMiller,  [Hindis, who has called electricity to  his aid in tliis cespect. According to a  plan he outlined to the conductois of  the country Tuesday afternoon he has  succeeded in perfecting a* signals y stem  that includes the operation of red and  white lights in the cab of the engine.  By automatic operation the engineer  is notified for a half a mile.in advance  of the presence of danger in his advance. The device is -of such a  character that it is not dependent  upon the action of human cil'tirl, but is  so devised that the danger uf railroad  travel from collision is reduced to a  minimum..  The mailer has been taken up with  iiilerest by the delegates to the conductors' c'liive.iitinii nnd Chief Engineer Sargent, who is in St. Paul in the  capacity of a visitor, in speaking to  The Tribune" maintained lhat the  device was of such a eli-nactei'tiiat ii  appealed to all railroad men in the  light of a most needed improvement,  nn the semaphorejuid block signal  system.  Mr. Miller'is modest.so far as legaids  lhe. outcome of his invention, but it is  known th:.t *t is now working in u  satisfactory manner on the Chicago Si  .".astern railroad, and according to lh*.'  statements of the train men now in St.  Paul it is believed lhat eleclricitv has  proved a benefactor in a respect ilia I  heretofore has been made t.he study of  those who are compelled to regaid the  safety ������"f persons i ravelling as an  essential attribute to the successful  conduct of their business-. ���������Minne  apolis Tribune.  arciware,  m*mmm%%������&83si������8Gi!&i%8im)i  A. N. SMITH  BAKER,  CONFECTIONER,  and caterer Etc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  p- ������ylOK Revelstoke, B.C.  *-r-*j^-4*������^������^^-������^^*^*������^-^^-<*^^^'*^������^������  PATRONIZE  HOME INDUSTRY  AND SM0KE_^t_f  Our Special  |   and Union"  I   Cigars  I 3  | UNION LABOR ������  ������  REVELSTOKE CIGAR  M'F'G. |  J COM PANY, 3  S   Kevelsioke Station. "^  .tf������-������.������<������"������'<������tt*r<tf<������'W������*<-r*^  y PRIME BEEF.  Wholesale and  Retail Dealers  ti  PORK.     MUTTON.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  SAUSAGE, p  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. \V. B. Paget, Prop.  -  I'riiinpt ili-.lvery'of parcels tm-rRHK  in any part ol' tlu* eily  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  4^.1..I.4..I.-1..1.4.^.1,.l.^.l.4..I.^.l..l,.l..l..{.^^>iW.^i.+.t^^t^4.^^^.I.+4.4.^-t.i.^-|.^^,t  ju   ������������������. .*- ----- ft  Rates:   $i.oo per day.  Good accommodation.   A good Bar. we'd supohed with  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.  Any Kind of Transferrin;  Undertaken  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large,  Light bedrooms.  ��������� Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rale.  J. Albert Stone- Prop.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  1 Brown & Guerin : Props. |  * - *  ,i..}..fr*.-H..7..M.**f**'fr*'W.*'H.^  All oplur*. left iu I". M. Smythe'*. Tolmccn  Siore, or liy Telephone No.7 will receive prompt  intention."  Jas. I. Woodrow  "RUTCHER  -Dr, Burge-ss", Dentist. Brown   Blk.  -Ice foi sule.���������Apply A.  X. Smith.  " ���������Go to Mrs. I"...' Tapping forcalibagc  plants.  Ct  NOTICE  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork, '  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly filled.  REYEItS-FORB. B.S.  THE MOLSONS BANK  i-NCOni'OiiA.Kn nv act of parliament, I8l>...  HEAD   OFFIGE:   XrJLOXiT'X}JEiJJSJ!L.X-,  Paid up Capital  Rest Fui.d --  Corner HoukIk"  Kins; .Strculs  A.    BUSINESS       -  PROPERTY  FOR SALE.  OX SECOND STREET���������^ bargain  and on <-**i*-.v terms of payment. Apply  to .1. D. SfBBALD, Real  Estate  Agt.  A BARGAIN IN  ������ REAL ESTATE  The following  applications   have   boon  received for Liquor Licences:  Swan    Anderson    Retail    Licence    Illc-  cilllevvai.*!.  Kdward     Harrington    Retail     I.iivno*  lllecillowaet.  ,      ���������      I    A     VALUABLE    RESIDEXO.'. -  j. j. l-oley Retail' i.iccnce Arrowhead.      I - ..(..u. ,.,���������. (.������������������..,. ,lf)|.R{..       CoS)t  ,1-:. J. Kerr Retail Liconce Arrovvlip-id.      I     ., '. sa }WJ     Mi*  salo   at   $1000.      Por  John Cameron    Retail    Licence   *-on***-   ���������.,.,������������������    ,m(l    p.-rtii.-iilai-s   apply   to  A.  P**>--* ���������      .,   , . r ,,      .JOHNSON, Hi-raid Ollln*.  J. A. McGee Retail   Licence   Comaplix.       -"  I vine RateNoi'k  Retail Licence   Thorn- j   son's  Landing. I  T. J. Gr.-ihame   Retail   Licence    Thorn- '  son's  Landing. |  N.ikns;.  John Hector  Retail   Licence   Nakusp     |  J. D. I'ourne Retail Licence Naktis*-..       j  Thos. Ahriel Retail   Licence   Nakusp.      j  And further take notice that the regular '  meeting of" the   Board    nf   Licence    Com-'  missioners   will    He   held    in    McLennans ,  Motel. Trom   Lake   Cily.   "    June    '.*-,'������'. ,  1901, a I i..-,n p. 111.  R. A. I'pper.  Chief Inspector.  how to put thetn in.   A lute breakfast  and  a  loaf  in   the   inoriiing.    A big j muiager  dinner and   a   walk in the   aftei noon. J pick and shovel all  the  vvny through  I.  -Vn   hour and a half of   mild religious'ti his check from the bank, he   is-at  am,i?etn.*nt  at church in the evening! the merry  of others.     A, dishonest  Acid,   Camphor, Sulphur (fp,  Formaldehyde, l-umi- gi  tfalinjr Pastilles;   etc.    In   (|������ I  fact all   disinfectants   and  funiij-jators  AT  FIELD & BEWS  IiruggistM iin'l i tutlon-.r.-',  TEl.F.riiosr. IS. Brown Block.  w  p  R  I  N  T  Note Heads, Bill Heads  Letter Heads, Statements  Envelopes, etc., etc. in  an up to date, clean and  attractive manner. Send  to us for your next printing. We are sure "we  will trive vou satisfaction.  The   Revelstoke Hearld  Printing  and   Pub.   Co.  BEDRAGGLED SKIRTS  Tln'i !**;imr*l weather on those bountiful  white skirts: mftkes lliem dirty nil  nroinid tin" h.ittom��������� sn jou'il not want  to unsli Llit'in yourself.  We nniit  ilium   for  ynu,   though.  .We ivnnt   to   make   them   eleim   and  hrh'lit nnd tresli.       We make all linen  look fresh and sweet.  FAYETTE BUKER.  H.G. PARSON  WHOLESALE  Win������ and  Liquor  Merchant  $2,500,000.  2,030,000 -.'  niRKOTOttS:  Win, Million M.Kphursnn. President;    S. II. E.vinpf, Vice-President  XV. M. II iiii-iiv.      Sjiiniiel FiiiIhv.      J. P. CIi>kIiiii*ii,  11   ..l.u.:l.iiid M'.lsnn.      I.t.-Co'l. F.C. iletishavv. _     .,  J iMil"*. J'.I.LIOTT,  Gl-lll't'.ll  M-in.-igei-. L    ~ ' '  A Re.ier-.l lji:i':i:i,- !m. lio.s transiiuieil.        Interest nlloived at current rates.  J. D.' MOLSON. Manager  Kevelstoke, B. C  A GOOD  NAME....  la bettor than riches - .  Wc have thc name of making  *>. -     the only .Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for   <I 11 nihility   ami   quality -  they also excel.  .TRY ONE  RS. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  R. H0WSON& COT.  Undertaking  .1X1)  Embalming'."  Retail dealers in Furniture  MACKENZIE AVE."  +jr*    Wl������ -S-TV* x+zrzt* xtx^mr^ \������r%0 *Zr^r* ������J**r_*������ ������^**S*" KV MT* ue  1 SPRING and SUMMER  m  m  m  B  m  r&>  Millinery  '- The Latest and Most  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  r0j Madison   Millinery  Parlors.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  &:  PACIFIC  AND SOO LINE.  ri\,S  FIRST CLASS SLEEPERS ON  ������������������  4-. ,  -   -  ,   ALL TRAINS.  TOURIST CARS TO  St. Paul. _��������� - -- - - Daily  Montreal and Boston - Fridays  Toronto- Sundays and Tuesdays  *'.-' "I.  fm  ���������������VSS5  fr  '   m-  fr  ii!j&  fr  fr  fr  ���������m  fr  tfSEf  fr  j}M  fr  fr  A iw^  fr  fr  +  fr  Trains      for     KOOTENAY  POINTS leave Revelstoke 8.10.  Main ' Line Trains leave  Revelstoke : Eastbound* 8.20..  Westbound  17.30.  For all   information,    pamphlets, etc.',' apply to  $g Misses Shepard & Bell  i'��������� .       McKenzie Avenue      oolB  T. BRAD8HAW,    "  Aar������nt, Ravalttsk*.  e. p. com,  A.G.P.A., VSIMOUVM',1.0*'  KM  '���������>?  if  m  *  -__-._.  ������7-$:Mi  ISST-.'  ae Ift* >  LEGAL,  j   M. SCOTT n. A., u..b.  Barrister,   Solicitor,    Notary   Public,  McKenzie Avi'inio, Kevclstnko Station.  Monci to liinit,  Etc .  H  A11V1.Y, M'CAKTi:"^ *t I'lNKHAM  Barrl tors Solicitors, Elc.  Solicitor** (or Imperial Hunk of l.aiiiida.  Coinpiim funds lo loan iitb percent  1 iust siiu-.n. Kevelstoke bunion, 11. C.  MEDICAL.  J*  W. fit OSS  Ollice: * M-u'kcn/lii Aii'ini'*,   r.eiL'Ktok-o  SUIKilON TO Till" <'��������� 1'. It.  Health Olll.-ur, Oil*, ol Ueielstoke.  CHURCHES  .Ml'lllOnlST nil'lll'll,   IlKVEI-STOKK.  l'ri'iiclitni: vcriice*. at 11 ft. in. uii'l 7: '.0 v. in  Clnoi nivi'iiiiK "' <���������"- fh'-te ot tue mornlii-t  veriicc. Salilnilli hi'lnml nml !libl������>l'liiss at tl:.'..!  \iecklj I'riM'i Meming every Wudiii*;ilii>  i-icniiu in 7:JI. 'I lie public are cor-'-liillj  In.iled    Seiilsfree  Uev. S.J. Tiiomi'siin, Pastor.  ST. l'Kir.ll'S (llllltlll, ANLI.tl'-lN.  I.IrIiI ii.in . llolv Knclin-1-.i; 11 ii in . niiitin*-.  I,inun nml -cnn.i"n (lloli I'-iu-uarKc Ilrst suu-  dnv iii llu* nioiitli), '-!:*��������� Hindu*,1 si liool, in  children's sen Ice; 7:!u J.vi'iisiiiiis (.'liornl) nml  sermon llolv Uiu*���������'llie llolj l.ncliiirisi i*.  cclehnileil nl t a in. or 8 a in , us announced.  lloli Baptism afier Sunday School iu..:l...  c a. l'lio, iinikii, ltei tor.  I'llKsIlVTl'IlUK   I lllllll II.  Service every buuday at 11 a.m. ami  to which all arc welcome,  8 p in. e\cry \\ eitnesdiiy.  :I0 p.m ���������  hrujer iiieeMu*,' at  iu.\. vv. c. t'.ii urn, I'ustor.  KOVIAS lATHOI.IU lllUIICII.  at lli:.W  a. m ,   on   Ilrst.   second  Mass   at lli:.W  a. m ,   on   ursi.   secouu  ami  fourlh Siiminis In Die inmiili.  -    -11KV.   FlTHKIl   Tim-Ell.  hAI.VlTlO.N   A11MY.  revon night in lheir  Hall ������n  ���������fltd  Rose Tlerrec moot*, second nml fnurtl  Fridavs of each  month;   White Rose  Peiiret  meets'lirstKrnlnv of each month in Oddfellows  Hull.   Visiting brethren welcome.  WM. WAT-OX, HV   1*1" VARUS.  President. Secretary.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Mccls eveiv Wi'dni'sclav in  Oddti'lliuvs'" Hull alSo'clock  Vi-.itintr Knights invited.  IK. G. BiJiiitiDOi:, C. C.    :    :   :   :    :    :  iir.   : F. \V. .Mackinhot, K. op It. Si S.  1.0YAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658  Hojrnlar meetings are held  In th.  Oihiiellow's Hull on  lhe 'llnril  Kri-  23*rrt~ "dm or each li-.nnih, at S i. in. sharp  MftTrrra    VisiniiK brethren cordialii Invited  >i"C_1illl THOS. '���������TEED. W.M. *>  NH3S-       - W.Ci. H1KNEY Itic-Pec.  A. H. HOLDICH-  *    ANALYTICAL'CHEMIST,  AND ASSAYER.  Roval School 01 Mines, London.    Seven vear*  ill  Gloria   Woiks,  biitiiisea.     17   -.ears   Cliiel  Chemist   to <i. igan Coal and  Iron Uo ,   Eng.  Late chemist and Assavcr, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined ana reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C  EDWARD A. HAGGEN,  Mixing Engineer,  Member American Institute Minins Engineer**  . .Member Canidian .Mining Institute.  hevelstoki:. I? c.  E-camination of and reports on Mineral  properties a specialty.  H.   EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DECK HE A 11.-, Illl! 1)3, Etc. MOUNTED,  l"urs Olciiied and Hepaircd.  I.OVl'K'N'.'S OU) STAND     :     f-econd Streei  KOU3E TO RENT.  *".���������������������<* notice near   Itnihuiv Station.   Appli  ������o Harvey, Me*, nrttr & P.nkham.  RESIDENCE FOR SALE.  Residence rf Mr-  Wist. .', 1 xt ...  Pinkhi*.n..  l'lan, ������i������*oini St.  1 ,   jv-ch. ivi.  111 s tf  Pan-Amciican. Exposition  Buffalo, N. Y��������� ,U. S A , I/Tay, to  Novcrr.bc-r, 1901.  'ODDTBLLaVoC/Y'S, JUS L25-27  O.K.  Certificate of Improvements  ITOTICB.   ���������  I. Vf*T C:i! \X mincnil claim, Mtunto in  the I uideiui .Milling 1H-, Mon of Wesi KooU.-  iniy District '  Ulieie Ineiited:   On Lexington -Mountain.'  TAKE N 0*1101, that I l". C. l.reen, of Nelson,  acinic im !i;;etil lor I. A. Muiiuv, E. M. (J. 15  ij,.:,ii; James Tueedie, 1-' M U., il 1_������.31_. ana  l: li iln:clilnsoiil iuu MIiiei'sCertillcaieNo. Ji,  l.i,,ri]:i, intend, slxt\ ila^sfioin the dale lu-:rcol,  toapph io llieMlniiiK Kecoider for a ceriih-  cme ol improicinenis, for tlie purpose oi  otitainin*. a i;iou n (*rant of lhe ahuic claini.  And iniiher Inlie notice that action, under  sei Hon .17, inns!, be commenced bclore llu;  Is**nance of such i ei lilicate oi improvements.  luileil this liiih <luj nf .March, I'm I. ,'  1'. L. (..ltl.l'.N,  mar 20-2 in w 1'. L. S.  TAKK N'OTIOF. ilmtsn days nfter date T intend to appli to llu* uhici'Ci)!iiints.*.in,ier of  Lund-, nnd Works lor pciinir-sio*. to nit and  cnri'i .iivnv tiniber from the followin;r dcsctib  erl lanil*, situated i.i llio HiB Henil Di-trn-l of  West lvoolen.iv: t'oininenoiiil. nt a po*.t  planted on tlie ������e=t liuikot llio Columbiainer  iieni* the mouili ofoeiinoiir Creek nn.l ninikcd  "It.' HkiLkmore's milili*eii-t cuiner": Uiciilu  westerly M oh lins; thenee noutliuil) 10) chains;  thence c isterly 80 eli.ilii" lo thu west bank of  the (Jolinnbi.i mm; tln-ncu norlh-ily ,ilon_c  said bank ui) eh.iin*. to tin* jiuinL of Lonimciiu*-  nieul.  DuiedtilliM.ii, 1011.  It. HLACICMOm:  j<TorrxCrXV.  Certificate of Improvements'  V  3sroTia___.  HIOIir.AND MAI'.V mlneiiil claim, Minute.  In the I.iniluiLii Mliiint; 1>!\Mmii ol West  Kontenay Distiiet. ���������  Where located:   On LeMiiglon Mouniain.     i  TAKE NOIIOKlliiU I, 1'. C l.reen.oi Nelion,!  ncliiiBiis HKeiii for James Tueedie. !���������'. M c .i  Ill."i,.il2, nnilJ. A. Mniivu, 1'iee -Miner's Certil'.-'  cote, Nn. B, i,-|,-iiii. Intend, mxtv davs froini  thediite liereoi, inuppiy totlie Mliiin*,'itorordei  for a curtilleiiie ol fiiiprmemi'iin, fur tlie  purpose of oblainln*,' a I'mwu i;iant of the  nlioic claim.  And fin ther lake nolicc thai action, under  Sen Ion :!7, must be commenced liefore the  issuance of such icrlilleate oi  Improvements.  Dated tliis I.ith da, of .March _'l,n  I**. ������'. UltEEN,   ,  I'. L. S.  Certificate of Improvements  3-TOTI03I3.  IKON 1.(11.1.vIt Jlnieral Uliiiwi. ailnnte ill  tliu Lardeau Mining Division of We-t Kootenay District.  Where located:   On Le\l������i;toii Mountain.   "'  'lAki*. NOTICE that!, l-'.O (ireen.oi Nelson,  aciliiK as hkciil fur James Tuouille, Eree  Miner's Certlllcate No. It. l,.���������.12, inieml, slxlv  dajs from the dale hereof lo applv to the  Mining Keeorder for a certificate oi imiiroie-  meiii*, lor Ihe purpose of obtaining a Crow n  Krant of llie above claim.  And further take notice Unit action, under  Section H7, must bu eominenceJ buioru rhe  issuance of such  certilleaie of iinproveiuent*..  Dated this loth day ol Mareli. 1901.  F.  . O  GltEEN,  1'. L. a  Certificate. of Improvements'  ITOTIOB. j  ���������ALDOE flTiietional) and HM (rractional)  Mineral Claim*,, situate in thu ..ardeau Milling  Division of i\e-t Kooienui  District  Wliere located-   On Lesington Mountain.  TAKE NO I ICE that I, !���������'. C. Uruen, of Nelson,  acting as agent lor llie Imperial Development  Vindicate, Limited, I'ree .Miner's Certilieuic.  No 11,. 1,.UIO, Intend, sl\tv dais from the date  hereof, lo applv to the Mining Keeorder for  Certlllcate*- ol Improvements, lor the purposu  oi obtaining Croun grantsof theaboie claim*,.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before tlio  issuance of -mcli eertillcales of Improvements  Dated this loth da. of March. lflUl.  1". C. l-.ltr.EN,      '  -I'   I..S. *  Certificate of Improvements5  1  _trTOTIO_-_l-  EVA Mineral ( laim, situate in tlio Lardena  Mining Illusion of West kootenav District.  Where located:   On Lexington 'Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that I, K C. Oreou, of Nelson,  acting as agent for Edgar Benjamin Ilutehin-  -son, I'ree .Miners Certiliciue Xo B, loolS.t  intend, si\tv dujs limn the ilmu hereof, ti.  applv to the Mining Keeorder for.a certnlcati-J  ot improvenieiits, i���������p the purpose of obtaining:  a Cronu grant of Die above claim. p  I  And furilier take, notice tnat action, mideri  Section :t~, mil t be commenced beforu tlie  issuance of sucli certiliiale of improvements.  Hated this pjtli da. of Mureh l������h)I.     .   ������  - * , E. 0. riRE'CX,  , .    , - r. j.. s.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICK that .IO days after date I iu-  t-end to nuplj- to thc Chief Coiuuu.-*-.ionei*o*.  I_iuds and Work* for permission to cut nnA  carrj a way timber fiom the f ollovi ing descnlf-'  ed lands situated in llio Uig Dcnd District of  West Kootenay: C'oiiiiiieneiug nt ii po*-.t  pl.mted on the vvc-t bank of the Coluuibu-  rivcr about Id) chains south of the mouth ofi  Scj mour creek and marked ".lames A nilei'son'-:  north-east corner"; thence westerly hO uli.iin*i;'  thence southerly 120 chiiin*:; thenco easterly Str,  chains to the west, bank ot tho Columbia rivei*-  ihencc noitlierly along said iiest bank Vixn  chains to the point of commencement.  Dated bill ilny, 1901.  .TAMES ANDERSON.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Eihinrd Metcalfe.  Intend to appl. .'.0 dai<* afier dale to thc Chief  CouiiiilsMoiK.r uf Lund** and W o ks foi permission lo cut and curv away umber from tlie  lolloiiing described lands sitiiuicil in West  Kootenay; Coiniiieiicing nt > ].o,t planted at  the inunili of lluldich Crcc1, nu 1 i.i irked  " Edwi\rd Metcalfe's *-oulh we-t Cornel";  thenee noi'th l.'ii chain**; tliencnc**! 10 ehnins;  thenee soulh l-M cliiini*.; Hieiic.. east in  cli litis lo the placeof eoiiiiiicnceiiient.  Dated this 2liih da., of April, A. D��������� 1901.  l.nw.iiti) MEicu.ri:.  -SrOTIOE.  TAKE NOTICE lhat I, iolin 1) Kinpp, intend  to apply .10 dais afier dale io the Chief Com*  missioiici* of Lands anil (\orks foi pcrml-sioti  to cut and carry nun- limber trom ihe follou-  ing described lands situated fu West Kootenav:  Commencing at a post plained at the South-  west corner of 1*. It. l'eter**oti's land and marked  ���������' John D. Kuapp's N'orth West corner."; thenie  uoi th -IU chain**; thenee en,l ILOchains; thence  south II) chain**; thence ivc-t 100 chtifus to the  place of comment cmcut.  Dated lins Mth day of April, A. D., 1901.  JOHN D. KNAI'I-.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICK tli.'it: 30 days lifter  ilatc 1 iiiti'iul to'tijuily lo Uu* Chief  Ciiniiiiissioiit'i' ol I-iiitK and"\Voilcn for  |ii-i mission to uut .mil rill ty uwuy  tiinlifi* from tin* following duscrilicd  l.nnls sitiintcd in tlii' I*i^ Rend iJi.s-  tiictof iC.ist .���������.outi'ii.iy : ('oiimiuiiuing  .it a post pliinti'd on the lioith-oiist  Iiml: of tin* Coluinhi.i rivur nt the  simth-fiist iMirner of D. Roliinson's  npplic.'ition :iiiil niiiikod ".Miirrny  lliimi"'s souLli-wcst coriu'r"; Uipiici*  noi th 111) chains; thuiici* oi'st 1'20 clmins  mini, or li-ss to Bush river; llu'iici*  siiiith-w.'bU'rly .ilony tho bunk of liush  ri vei' 90 eh,litis moie or li*s,s; thence  westei ly jilong the north hank of the  Coluniliiii river to initial post.  Dated 2.->th April, 1001.  MURRAY IIU-MIS.  IsTOTIO-S-  TAKE SOI iCll that 'M dnii after dale I  liilund t.. xtx'l'h totlie chief (.'ominis-ioner of  Lands and i\ oiks lor a license lo cut timber on  the following described lands' Commencing  at rt'po-t ou the t.outh batik of the Columbia  Itiver, about one quarter of a mile above "isui-  prl**e Itapids" and marked "I'-.'.McCai tv's Initial  I-o-t"; thence running in a norlh-wosterlv  direction along the bank of llie Columbia  Itiver one nml a half mile*,; thence Mititli-  wcstcrl} one undone half miles; tln-nc'e southeasterly one mile; tliencu northerly seventy  chains'; thence easterli one half mile: thence  northcrlv 10 chains lo thciiutial post the place  of commencement, containing a 1,001) aeret  more or less.  Dated this Mth day of April, 1901.  1'. McCARTV,  per T. IIorne,  '.   , His Agent.  NOTIOE.  Take notice (hut thirtv rt.ns after dfttc I  iaicud tn Apply to thc chief coinnn^slonei uf  I.rfjids aiul \\orkt< for j.ennibMon to cut and  curry aunv timber from the following des-  cnt>'ti IftiKi*- situated in the Bin Bend Bistnet  of &Mst Kootena%: *uMnmencfns at a post  planned on the west bunk of thc Columbia  UUcr. at the head of_ Surprise .Rapids and  marked "Susan Kobin-son*'. bouth-cast eorncr'j;  thenee ���������south-westerly 80 ehainfc;thencp nortli-  \ve*tcrlv 120 chains; thence north-easterly W)  rhalnH-" to thc -\\cst bank of the folumbia  Jtl\er; thence ^oitth easterlv along thc west  bank of thecoltimbri *Kher to the point of  commencement.  Dated the 'J7th dav of April, 1101  SUSAN KOBIXSOX.  >T  ���������  Takf. Notici: that :'0 da>s after date I intend  to apply to the thief (ominiislonei of Land*.  and Work;* for permi-.Mon to cut and carrv  away timber from the follovMiicr dc-enbed  lands situated in the ran boo diM nil of Butish  Columbia: commenem*,; at a post planted at  the month of Boulder cieek, on thecasr side of  (anoe Kiver, and marked" T. MeMahon';.  northue-t corner"; thenee norlheaMerly^bO  chains; tbene eb-JLUht:u^terl> 1(������0 chains; t'lencc  southwesterlv bi) chain*) to the east bank of  canoe ruerrthence nort!-\\esfcrl\ aionp tlie  bank of baid river, to the point of commencement.  Hated the Ut dav of Muv,190I.  T   McNfAHO-N'.  NOTIOE  Take Notk f that 30 da>s after date I intend  to applj to the chief cnmini-sioner of Lands  land  Works for permission  to cut and   cairv  1 away   timber  from   the   following described  lands situated in thccaribno District of British  ���������  Columbia:    commencing at a po^t planted on  \\ the west bank oi canoe Kucrat-the mouth  of  Glacier creek,   and   marked   -* Elizabeth   MeMahon's  northeast  corner";   thenee   "-outh  we-terl\ 8u chain*-;   thenee smuheasterh   liiO  chains; thenee northca^terlj SU chains to the  ive it bank of canoe Kner; "thence northcrl\  following the vest bank of  canoe Kner  100  chains to the point of commencement.  Jjatcd the iind day of May, liwi.  S "ELIZABETH SfcMAHOX.  NOTIOE.  TAKE NOTICE that SO days after date I intend to apply to tlie Chief Commissioner of  Lands nnd Works for pcimi-ston to cut mid  carry away timber from the following described lands .situated in the He; Hcnd District of  West Kootcna) : Coniini'iiciii!*- nt a posj.  planted on tlie west bank of the Columbia  I'lvcrat a point ono and n half miles south of  the southerly lnnitof Ito*, tl't-. ranch and marked  '���������John Andcison'*. north-enst corner"; thoncc  ������i sterl. Ki chains; thence soutlicily 1AI chains;  th* ue ^.ustcily hO chains totlie m est bank of  tliu (.'uluiiiblit river; thence northerly along  - nd li.iuk l-'O chain*- to the point of commencement.  JJand 71 h Hay, 1801.  JOHN ANDEKSON.  NOTICE.  >j  f  15*  I  To.all'Che I < d|.t**,s ? u e I O.  fhriMiulu.lit the ������orlil���������  >GBEKTIXG :  "You are hereby fraternally requested to  unite -.nth the vast army of Odd Kclloiisln  making "Odd Fcllo-AS' Days" at the Pan-  American Exposition memorable in the annals  of our beloved order, and to that end we  extend lo the members of your lodge a cordial  Imitation to be present on this occasion.  On June 'id-'i! ������e anticipate the pleasure of  meeting and f*ri.etiii.; Grand  Sire Cable, the  Grand Master and Grand ofllcers of each Grand  .���������Lodge Jurisdiction thoroiiRhont thc world, as  .well ns many of the members of jour lodge.  In order that every Odd Fellow and Kebekah  ��������� mav be j_Bformed of thc ttoac intentions of the  .Buffalo Odd Fellows,-we respectfully request  "ou to have thin card and the enclosed letter  1 printed in \onr dnilv and weekly  newspapers.  Fraternally vours,  if. O. O. r. l'AN AMEKlUAX  COMMITTEE.  "���������Toall Ihel-odpesof the I. O.'O. F.  Throughout thci.or'd���������  GREEIIXG :  The I-an-American Exposition will beheld  In the Citv of Hnffalo, N. Y��������� U. S, A., from  May 1st to Nov. 1st, 1101.  The Oddfellows of Buffalo, desiring to  exemplify the teachings of our erand order ���������  that of extending an honorable reception,  fraternal greeting and generous hospitality to  our brethcrn Irom ��������� strange cities and distant  .states"���������have  opened    an Oddfellows' Headquarters at813 hllicot Square, Hnffalo, where  Ixiolcs of registry will lie kept, nnd competent  an.csconstant.y in charge to give (free of  -cost) reliable information tn the visiting Oddfellow, his fain 11 v nnd  friend*!, sojourning In  ��������� our citv, and where one may be directed to  ��������� clean i*ind respectable hotels, boarding or  .private houses.  Visitors are at liberty to have tclcgramn and  mail addressed to them ill care of said hcad-  ijnartcr1*.  A reliable guide, with mans of llio cily and  Expositicn  (-round-*, will be on sale for the  ��������� convenience ol visiting brethren.  Your members visiting Iluffalo during the  Expbsltlnn are cordially invited to eall al  I. O. O. F. Headquarters that we may have the  pleasure of meeting and greeting you, and aiding i������u i-a much as we are able along the Hues  indicated.  The Secretary of jour Lodge Is requested to  read this communication at xcicrnl meeting!  that all of your members may become familiar  witli thc good intentions of your brethren in  Hnffalo.  It will be an nil vantage for each brother and  ulster to present an ofllelal receipt or other  means of Identification,  Hoping wc may have the of meeting many  ��������� nf thc members of your Lodge during the  coming summer, we remain.  Yours in F I,, and T.  THS I.O. O.F. PAN-AMERICAN COMMITTEE  TAKi: XOTICK that 30 daya after date I intend io apply- to the Clnet Commissioner ot  f-iud-* and Woikti for pcrmis-uon to cut and  -uiii i y aw uy timber from" the following de-*crib~  ������������������it hind*, situ,ited in the Big Bend district of  Ka-t li.nott.nny: Commencing nt n post planted on the ciiht bank of the Columbia river at  the hcnd ot .Surprise liapirtsnnd marked "Daniel l:o.mi--ou ���������*. north-west corner"; thenee  roi tlwn-stei ly 80 chains; tlicuce fioutli-cnstcrly  I-'ll t-hiiiiis; thence south-westerly o0 chains to  "u* l--.ii!-. ot the Columbia river: thence north-  m.-ui*ly .iloi:: the bank of thc Columbia river  l.'ii *.li.iiii*. lo the point of commencement. :  D-ltil th- -'.th day of April, lfl'll-  DANIKL ItOBINSOX.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE tint SO da>s after datc-I  intend to ttpplv to the Chief Commissioner of  Jjftnds and \\orks for yiermls*<ion to cut and  (tarry awav timber from the following described lands bitnated in the cariboo District  of'JintisU Columbia: commencing at a post  pl.noted on the east btinfc of Canoe River;- at a  poiir,t 1G0 chains north of thc month of Jloulder  Crerik and marked ���������' James MeMahon's north-  .wesitcorncr'; thcucccastcrlySOcliaiiis; thence  M)ntlicrlv JCA) chains; thence westcrlj S'i chains  more*or less to thc east bank of Canoe Kner;  thence noitlierly along the east hank of Cftno^  Hivcrto the point of commencement.  Dated the 2nd day of .Ma/, 1901.  i'-' JAMES McMAHON.  NOTIOE.     \  TAKF. NOTICE that 30 da.s aftev date I intend tn appl} to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for pormisvon to cut .uid  carry away timber from the following described lands situated in the Dig Ilcnd District of  West Ivootcnay: CoinincueiiiK at a post  planted on tho east bank of the Columbia river  nt n point 1U0 chains south of the southerly  limit, of the land*, belonging to thc 1'itti.burg  Sjndicatc nntl marked ������������������ Samuel .McMiihon *.  hOUtli-wcKt corner"; thenee easterly 80 chains ;  thenee noi tlierly 1150 chains; thenee w-c*-toi ly SO  chains to the east bank ofthe Columbia mer;  thenee .southerly alonir the cast bank nf thu  Columbia river 1G0 chums to the place of commencement.  Dated Cth May, 1901.  SAMUEL, J.cMAHON*.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICF. that 110 day*, after date I intend tn apply to the Chief Cominis-ioncrof  Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry away timber from the follow ins described lands situated in the Hig Bend District of  West Kootenay: Commencing at a po-t  planted on the enst bank of the Columbia mer  at. a. point. 1G0 chains south of the southerly  limit ot the lands belonging tn the Pitt-shur**;  Syndicate and marked " Henrietta MeMahon's  north-west corner"; thenee easterly 80 ch.iin*.:  thence south 100 chains: thence westerly to  chains to the east bank of the Columbia rii er:  thence north along Ihe cast bank of the Col urn  bin river Hill ehnins to the point of commence  ment.  Dated the Cth day of May. 1001.  I-fKN'KIETTA McMAHON.  y NOTICE  ^-TAKC-XOTICE -tlmt-50 davs���������aftec-datc-I  intend to apply to the Chief Commi������sioner of  Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry awav timber from thc following described land-, situated in the cariboo District  of llritish Columbia: commencing at a po^t  planted on the West bank of Canoe Itiver at a  point about -00 feet north of Glacier Creek,  andi-iarked ** G. Knapp'-- southeast corner;'"  thrnce west 80 chains; thence northerly 100  chains; thence e.i������_tcrlv SO chains more or !c*s  to tlie bank of Canoe Kner; thence following  the wc-ter^ bank of Canoe River to thc point  of commencement -  Dated tlie *Jiid day of Mav, 1001.  G. KNAPP.  NOTIOE  TAKK NOTICK Mint .'0 il.iys nl'lt'i  il.iti* I iiilenil to apply In tin* Olllel  ('iiiiiiiiissiiiiii*!' of Ij mils nml Wm ks Im-  pi'imis-s-ion to cut nnd oui'iy nwny  tiinliur ft om thi' fulliiwiiisj di'.st rilieil  liuiiU hilu.ili'd in tlu* Sl'xtt SlurxiX Disti icl  nf I'-.ist KnoLi'iiay : Ciniiiiiciii iii}{ nt n  post pl.tnli-t] on llu* iiiulli li<ink of tin*  Coliiinlii.i river .iltlie o,illi*t nf Kin-  liuski't Like nnd niniki'il "R. Al.  AIIiiiii's north i-nst coi'iici"; lliiiiii'ii  soiiLhcrly SO ill.iins; llii'iui* \vi*.sti"ily  lil cli.iiiis ; tlionii* noi (lii'i'ly 80 ch-iins  lo tlu* li.iuk of llu* C'olniiilii.i livi'i :  thi'iu*i* coldly nlon<< suiil livor Lu  initial post. ���������**.  D.iU-tiaiih Apiil, 1!)01.  Ii. AI. ALLUM.  NOTICE  TAKK NOTICE Hint :*() il.iys nftci-  tin tt- I intend to apply to tho Chiel  CniiiiiiissiiiniT of Lands 'intl Woiks  for p^*i mission to i uL and c.uiy nuay  linilii'i' limn tho folloivinp; ('est liticil  lands situali'd in tliu Rijj. I3und Distiiet  of West Kootunny: Coiiiiiiencin-j; nL n  post plnnti'd on Ihe E ist siriu ot Lht*  Coliiinlii.i i ivci'ahoul 120 t liiiins licloiv  t hi** tni-inth of C.inoi' I'ivi'r and imii-ked  "W. B. ��������� AIi'Lanuhliij's? noi'tli-Mctt  eot'iH'i": llit'iiiu soul hei ly along lhe  hank ol thi' Columbia i ivci- 250 chains;  tlii-ncu i*ii*-U*i,ly 40 chains; llicnec  nm thcily 2.10 thain*-; thence wet.tL'1'ly  lOclinins* totlie point of Lfiinnieiite-  ment.  Dated 3ul AI.iv. 1001.  W". E. McLAUGIlLTN.  NOTICE  TAKENOTICEth.it SO days niter  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Woiks  for pei mission to cut und cairy uiiay  t inilier fmm the follnwinp; desenlieil  lands situated in the Big Bend Distiiet  of West Kootenay; Coiniiienc-inp; ut a  post planted on the west hank ol the  Columbia l iver about. 20 chains below  the n.outh ul Canoe rivei and maiked  "J. E. Jolinsoii's iioilh-east corner";  Ihen-LU westerly SO iliains; thence  =oiitliejly UH) ih.uns; thent e eitstoi ly  SO ch.iins-tu iho hank of the Coliimhi.i  nvi'i; thence noitlierly along , said  baiiK Lo point of coiiii)lfncuiiK'nL.  Dated Hid Al.iy, 100J.  J. 13. JOHNSON.  TAKE NOTICE that-30 days .ifter  date I intend lo apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands und Woiks  loi* permission to ent.-ain"."carty -a way  liiiiher fiom the following described  land*: situated in the Big Bend District  of West Kootenay:* Commeticin*.; at a  post planted on the west sideiof the  Columbia i iver about 120 chain*: below  the mouth of C.inoe river and marked  "F. XV. AUGreRin's not th-east coiner";  thence southerly along the iiest hank  of said l iver250 chains; thenee westerly  ���������10 chains; thence northerly 250 chains;  thenie o.isteily tOchatns lo the point  of comiiiei'icempiil.  -Daled 3ul Al.iy. 1001.  F. W. AlcGREGOR.  NOTICE  TxVKE NOTICE thut 30 days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands und Works for  permission to cut and carry away  tiinliei* from the following described  lands situated in the Big Bend District of East Kootenay : Commencing  at a post planted on the North Bank  of the Columbia River ut the outlet of  Kinbasket Lake ancl marked. "G. S.  AfcCarter's south-east corner," thence  westerly along the bank of the Coluin-  bia, river fclG-1 chains; thence north 00  chains; thence easterly 101 chains  more or less to the margin of Kinbasket Lake; thence following the  shore of Kinbasket Lake to initial post.  Dated 20th April, 1001.  G. S. McCARTER.  NOTICE  TAKK NOTICE that SO dn>s after date 1  Intend to apply to thc Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry awav timber from the follow In? described lands situated fn thc Hip; Be>id I/Mr ict  ot Wost  K.MJteimy:      comtnen< int; at   n  post  Clan ted on tlie bank of tho Columbia ltl\c;,  ctuecn the mouth of Wood Kner and the  mouth of Canoe Fner and marked K. P. Wilson's northeast corner;" thence south 100  chain*:; thence '.vest w chains, more or le������s to  the Columbia Kiver: thence northerly, following the-ri\cr bank, to the point of commencement.  Dated this Mth day of April, 3S01  K. S. WILSON.  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICK tlint ������lil.i>*i after ilato I intend to apply to tlie Chief Coiiiiiii**ioiier<of  Lamia nna Works for puriiii������Mon to rut and  carry um.i> limber from tlie followinu-il<**-<*rib-  od lamlK situated in the Uiu Ilcnd lli-tnct of  WcHt ICuntvnny: Comiiiencin*l at a po-t  planted on the ciuit Klilk of thc Columbia river  nt a point 320 chuini south of the -outlierl}-  llmlt of the land*. bcIoiiK'in*; to I lie 1-itb-liurB  Kjndlcate and marked *'I>. Mcintosh'* northwest corner: thence easterly 811 chniiw: thence  south ICO chains: ihcnce westerly SI) chains to  the east bunk of tho Columbia river: thence  north nloiiR thc cast bank of the Columbln  river 10" clmins lo thc point of commencement.  1    Dated 0th May. 1301.  n. McIXTOSH.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that CO ilajs after date I  intendiro apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands end Works*for permission to cut and  carry .away t.mber^from tlie follow Inir rt fronted lands situated- in the Big Bend D^trict  of East Kootenav:* commciiLln-^ at a pott  planted 0)1 the bank of the Columbia River,  between the mouth of Wood 3li\er and the  mouihof CHnoe Kner, and marked ������'l-annie  How son'** im_t������hwest corner;" thenccsouth 80  chain-; thence1 east 100 chains; thence north  along the bank of the Columbia Kiver and westerly along *-aid bank to thc point of commencement.  Dated the 30th day of April.1901.  ~ FANNIE HOWSON.  NOTICE  Take notice that Rn days aFter date I intend  to apph to the Chief Commissioner of Landb  and Works for permission to cut and carry  awav limber from the following described  ���������tinds situated iu the Itig Head District of  East Kootenay : commencing at a post  planted on the north bank of the Columbia  river at n point IS j < hams WL&t of the outlet  from '"mbaskct lake and maiked * C. U  IInine's ^outh-cast coiner" ; thence northcrl>  GOchaius ; theiue westerlvlM chains ; ihcnce  souilierh M) chainsto the hnnk of the Columbia ri\cr ; thence easterly along said bank to  point of commencement. *  Dated 1st of Mav,l'J01,  <;. R. HUME.  REVELSTOKE  WATER LIGHT & POWER CO  1TOTIOE.  Parties nre iniiliinii.il ii^iiiusi usinj;  eoiii|iiiu.\'s wilier loi liiiins nml ^iiiileii*. v  out Ilrst obtaining a liose pi i mil.  Ii    1 1.0YU, in-iuiiy.  .May 11 tii, I'lUI.  tlie  Itli  OPALINE   TREATMENT.  Seif   Ham;   Treatment   for   Ladies.  I uill send fri'O uitti full liisliiictlnns sonic  of tliis simple ]iri*)>iiiiiti.in for llie tun* it  ".eiii'oriiiii'ii, l.lciiriiliun, DispliuiMiientiui.! all  I'uuinlo iimibles in oil Indies *-e,ii!i:ij,' ml,Ire-*.  Id MK- .1.0. Li:i:, Hiiini-h MnniKer, nuir  I.iisl Uiiilua. SU'iml, Iti'ielntuku '.liiiion.  >Iu j  11���������'im  TAKK NOTICIO lli.tt !'0 il.iys .iltfr  il.iti: I iiiti'iul lo .ipply to tlio Oliioi  C'oiiiiiiissiniu'i' of L mils .mtl Workb I'or  ]>i*i mission to cut unil c.trry uw.iy  Liiiiliui' from I In- fiillowin^ ili-scriliuil  luiuls .sittmtoil in (liu J3ig iJi-nil Dis-  ti'iut of East Knot onay: ConiiiiuiK'iiiif  at a post pl.mli.rt on the south li.mk ot  tin; (Jolnmliiii l'ivi'i. aliout .1], inilus lie-  low Sin prisi- Itapiils nt I In-"mouth of n  cruel: anil in.irUi'il "(J. 1>\ liintlniark's  nortli-we.st ctiinui*''; (ht'ni'O ouhturly  .ilonj? thu bank of thc Columbia rivur  l'2't I'lmin.s; tlu-ncc Miutli-wi'sturly SO  chains; thi'iii'ii wi'storly 125 cliiiins;  tht'iii'i* iiorlhi-i'lv SO chains to initial  post.  D.itetl 2(Sth April, 11)01.  C. F. UNDMAHIC.  NOTICE  TAKK NOTICK that. 30 il.iys nft"i*  tlati' L inl-iml to ajijily to thu Chief  Coininis.sionui'of Lands anil Wurlcslor  pennission to cut mill carry niv.iy  tinibei' fiom the fnllowiiig ilcscribuil  lands hituatud in the IJi(4, Bend District of East Kootenay: Coiiiniuncuij.;  fit a post planted on the south bank of  the Coluiiiliiii liver about I miles west  of Cummins Creek at the mouth of a  large Creek anil marked "K. C. IMc-  C.irter's north-cast corner"; llicnec  .southerly -10 chains; thenee woslerly  2J0 chains; thence northerly 10 chains  to the bank of the Columbia river;  thence easterly along said bank 250  chainsto point of commencement.  Dated 1st May, 1901.  K. C. JMcCARTER.  TAKK NOTICE that SO^l.iys after  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and "Works for  poi'inission to cut and cai'ry away  timber from llie following described  lands situated in the Big Bond District of Eat.t Kootenay: Commencint;  at a post planted on tho north b.m*< ol  the Coliiinlii.i river SOO chains west of  the mouth of Cummins Creek and  marked "A. jM. Pinkham's south-east  corner"; thence northerly '10 chains;  thenee westerly 2-50 chains; thence  southerly JO cli-tins to the bank of the  Columbia river;'thence along said  bank 250 chains to point of commencement.  Dated 2nd Mav, 1901.  * A. M. PINKHAM.  - TAKJ5 NOTICE that 30 days after  date 1 intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner ot Lands and Winks f.ir  pet mission to cut and tuny away  timber from the following described  lands situated in the Big Bend DisliiLt  ol East Kootenay : Coiiiineiicing'at a  post planted on the noith hank ofthe  Columbia river at a. point 48L chains  west of the outlet fiom Kinbasket  Lake and marked "T. Kilpatiick's  south-west corner"; thence easterly  along the north bank of the Columbia  liver 320 chains; thence noitlierly 31  chains; thence westerly 320* chains;  thence sontbeily 31 chains to place of  cominuncenient.  Dated Ist May, ]931.>   "  r.      T. KILPATttrOK.   '  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICK lliat 30 tlovk after dntc I  Intend toHpi.lv lo tlie Chief Commissioner of  I.ftilrt*. and Works for perrnl������*>ioii to eut and  earry awav timber from tlie follouine des-  eribod land-, situated in the HiB Bend district  t>f-\\c������t Koottuay: c-mmenefni; at a* p������*>st  planted about ion vards .-southwest of the  mouihof Canoe Kiver and ,narked " R. Hou-  son'������ r-outhenu corner;" thence north 120  clisins; thence went 120 chains; thence ������onth  ial chains to the Columbia Riier; thence  C(L<tcrlv aloiiE the bank of the Columbia mer  120 chain* more or less to the place of becin-  ���������ning..  ��������� Dated this 30th day of April, 1901.  ' ' P.. HOWSON.  NOTICE  Tnkc Xoilfn tlmt "0 ������Ihjs ������if tor dale I intend  loii,iti]> to tlio(;liiL'f Coinmisbioiior of ]_.aii'K  and Worte-i for iicrinKilon lo cut ami cnrr>  nwny timber ironi tliu following ilescribofl  laii-K sitnatud in tlio Ilig Head District of  Hast Kootenay : (oinnHMicm^ nt a. post  planted on the north hank of the Columbia  ri\er IJ'JOfhrtins \\cst of the mouth of Cmniniiis  ctuek and marked "11. A. Luu son's houtli-  oast corner" ; thoiice easterly along the bank  of the Columbia river lijO chains; thenco  northerly 4Q chain1-*; thence westerly _2.'j<)  chain**; thence southerly-IU chains to point of  commei. cement.  Dated 1st of May, IMI.  II. A. LAWSON.  NOTICE  Take Notice that "fl days after date I intend  to applv to the chief commissioner of Lands  and works for permission to cut and carry  awav timber from the following described  lands siiu.ucd in the His liend District of  East Kootenii} : rominenclng at u post  pliiiitcdon the nortli bank of the Columbia  mer about two miles east ofthe month of  Wood river and marked "A. I indmark's  siiulh-ucst corner"; thence northerly 120  chains: thence easterly SI chains; thenco  southerly 120 chains more or 1-,-ss to the bank  of tlie inlumbia mer ; thence ucsterly along  said riier to point of commencement.  Dated 1st of Ma*., 1901.  A. LINDMARK.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE thnt 30 clays after  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works  toi* permission to cut und curry away"  tiinliei- fyoin ilie followinpf de*,ci'ihed  lands sitn.ited in the Big Bend Distriit  of E.ist Kootenay: Coininencing lit a  post at the noi th-east corner of A.  Lindmaik's limit and maiked "T.  Home's south-west cornel"; thence  ensteily 02 chains; thenee northeily  100chains; thence westerly 02 lIi.uiis;  thence soutlicily 100 chains to the  point of commencement.   .  Dated 0th May, 1001."  T. IIOIINE.  NOTICE  TAK15 NO'lTCE that 30 d.iysaftei  il a te-I-i ii tend-to-apply��������� to���������the���������Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Woiks  for pei mission to cut and carry n *v iy  timlier from the following desciihed  lands silunted in the Big Bend District  of East Kooteii'ty: Commencing at a  post planted near the Wood i iver trail  about SO chains east of Wood river and  liinrkj'd "l'\ .1. Adair's noilh east  cot ner ; thetife in n south-westerly  (.lit ection ne.u the south hank of Wood  liver 120 (.hnin*** more or less lo the  iiiini1 h of Wood livei; t hence sout hei lv  20 chain-; Ihence iiorlh-e.istpily 80  chains; tlietice southerly S."i chains to  the noith-west corner ol A. land-  in.-uk's limit; thence easterly SO chains;  thence noitlierly 103 chains to the  point of comiiiPiiceinent.  Dated 1st .May. 1001.  F. 3, ADAH*.  NOTICE.  PUBUO NOTICE is hereby ei-.cn that at  the ex|������iration of one month from thc first  publication of this notice the head oflice or  principal place of business of the Great  Western Mine". Limited Liability, ������i|l be  changed from Itciclstoke, H.C. to Kcrgiwon,  B.C. in accordance with the consent of the  tharcholder.*, and a resolution of the Directors  of theCoiiii.aiiv.  Dated this Glli day of April, 1901.  -     A. II. HOLDICH,  ApKHt.   - Fccrctary to the Company.  OAR 4849'S  VSIERiOUS LOSS  The Mystery Cleared up by a  Cowboy's Discovery in a  Valley.  Santa Fo car IS I1) had left a wei'  known Iruit packer's establishment in  the San Gahiiel V-dlcy during the  later clays of .March of the pit-sent  ye it, loaded with select oranges consigned to a commission firm in one of  the gie.it Ki***!ern ni.nkets. Il was a  linghf, fresh apjieiiriiiy ear. with all  the modeln cold storage appliances,  recently put in order for the lruit  shipping season, which was just at its  inception.  Car LSI!) was but one of a pondeious  train .similarly equipped, loaded and  destined. The journey had an un-  ovvnlful hegiiiiiinganil had progres-ed  to a poinl in the distan t J'ockie**, without especial incident.  l<"or days (he heavy l.ul en ti.u'n,  manned with a sturdy crew, wound its  way on its longjoiirney over the Sierra  Madre and Sierra Nevada .Mountains,  up the gradual slopes, eastbound,  acioss the continental divide, through  luiineious villages, over sage brush  plains and .sandy desei ts, faithful to  its mission and destination. The  great U.iin, with its precious cargo of  golden fruit, drawn hydouble-headers,  had toiled through eastern California.  Arizona, and a portion of Now Mexico;  it had plunged into and through the  great I unnel at the crest of that range,  and started on its flight to Trinidad,  not far to the east, when thc sensational incident of the journey  transpired.  Car -1819 had mysteriously and  strangely disappeared. At Boston, a  division station on the Santa Fe, that  particular car. with others, hud been  noted in the conductor's leport and  turned over to a new crew.  .Strangely this car did not appear in  the train reports when Trinidad' was  reached. The ill-fated car had chopped from sight, as if swallowed up  by  the earth, and iu mii-.-ietilou*? disappearance could not be ���������������������������qjlained by  the train crew. The mystified train-  men were "called upon the carpet"  ���������md subjected to a searching inquiry  i- to the whereabouts and magical  disappearance of -4S10. The bewildered  -,'onductor could oiler no solution of  -he mystery tint siu rounded the lost  ar.  After lii'iny days of perplexity, confusion and annoying inve-tigation, a  cowboy in charge of his herd reported  a stiange discovery, which cle-aied  away the mysteiy. No. -IS19 was  lying at. the l>.i*,e of a piecipiUms embankment in a thicket of nuclei brush,  with its sides distended, its roof bulging, and a confused mass of choice  oranges appearing thi-ough the clefts  of its wrecked outlines. The car wa.s  lying on its side, dismounted from its  tracks, a muss of ruin-,, with its contents pi userved by the ciisp mountain  air under a cloudless sky.  The train in its rapid descent nt a  sharp curve had bioken the llanges of  a set of wheels and the ill-fated car  derailed. Bumping over the rough  loadhed and ties had detached the  coupling at either end and the disabled car rolled down the steep  embankment to the valley, himdieds  of feet below. The train being on  down grade, the rear section soon  closed up the gap and by means of  automatic couplers had again become  attached to the front section, all un-  known to the tuin crew. Thus -JS1!)  chopped out of account, leaving its  disappearance shiouded in deep  mystery.  Upon discovery the cowboy was  suitably rewarded, the train crew reinstated, a major portion of the cargo  was recovered, and the shippers  reimbursed.  The wreck of 1S49 liei deep in the.  gorge into which it plunged. the  monument of one of the most singular  accidents in the annals of the Santa Fe  Boad.���������From the Ix>s Angelos Herald.  For Sale.  One Kuril Piano, one Oak Dining  Room Suite and one Oak Bed Room  Suite.     Applv   at     HKn.M-D    oltice.  -MavlS.    3t  CORPORATION OF THE CITY  OF REVELSTOKE  By-LAW   NO.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that :*0 days after  date I inlend to apply totlie Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Woiks  for,permission to cut and cni.y away  timber from the following desciibed  lands situated in tlie Big Bend District oI Hast JCootenay: Coininein'ing  at a post, plnjiti'd on the north hank oi'  the Columbia rive r at the outlet ol  Kinbasket l.'ikeandniarkod "A. Johnson's north-west corner''; thence southeasterly along the south shore ol  Kinbasket f.ake 170 chains; thence  south-westerly ID chains; thence  westerly DO chains^ thence southwesterly 40 chains; thenco westeily SO  chains; thence nortlieily along P.. M.  Alliun's limit 80 chains more or  less to in itial post.  Dated 2i)th Apiil, I..01.  A. JOHNSON.  _  NOTICE  Take notice tlint no days after dale I intend  to appli totlie chief coiit!ii!*.*doncr (if ..iiud*-  and works for perini*j**ioii to cut and rum  away timber from tlie follouine dcs'Tlbed  lands situated in tlie Big Bend District of  l.ast Kootenay: commencing al a post  planted on the north bank of the nil um bin  kiver about tuo miles cast of the mouth of  Wood Itiver and marked " T. Ilounic's northwest corner"; thence eastcrlv alonu thc Columbia river Vitl chains to a point 20 chains  cast of tlie mouth of a large creek on ������bc  soutli side of taid river ; thence soutli'eflv ������0  chain*! ; thence westerly 80 chains; Ihence  northerly 411 chains; thence \ic-tcrly 10  chains ; thence northerly to the point gf commencement.  Dated 1st of May. 1901.  T.JOWMK,  A By-law to authoiize the granting of a  subsidy of three thousand dollars, to The  Revelstoke Navigation Company, Limited.  WHEREAS it is deemed expedient in  the interests of the City of Revelstoke to  aid The Revelstoke Navigation Company,  Limited, in the construction of a steamer  to navigate tlie Columbia river between  Revelsloke and La Porte by way of subsidy by gi anting* to the said The Revelstoke Navigation Company, Limited,  debentures issued upon the credit of the  Municipality lo the amount of three  thousand dollats, payable in twenty-five  years and bearing interest in the meantime al the rate of five per cent, per  annum;  AN'D WHEREAS it is necessary for  that purpose to issue upon the credit of  the said Municipality debentures to the  amount of llu ee thousand dollais pavable  in twenty-five veais and bearing interest  in the meantime al the rate of five per cent,  per annum, such debentures when so  issued���������to���������be���������applied- for_ihe���������purpose  al'oiesaid;  AND WHEREAS a petition has been  presented to the Municipal council of the  said Corporation ol the City of Revelstoke  signed by the owneis of at least one-tenth  in value of the real pi operty vv ithin the  City of Revelstoke as shewn by the last  revised assessment roll of the said Quashing that a by-law* be introduced for the  pin pose al'oiesaid and lor the purpose ot  i aising the said sum ol" three thousand  dollars by the issue of debentures for the  purpose aforesaid; -J  AND WHEREAS the whole amount of  the rateable ieai propeity within the said  City ol" Revelstoke according to the last  revised assessment roll of the said Citv is  the sum ofsLvliundred and two thousand  six liundred and ninety-seven dollars;  AN'D WHEREAS it will be requisite to  raise annually hy special rate sufficient  theiefore the sum ol" two hundred and  thii ty-two dollars and twenty-nine cents  for paying the said debt and interest  thereon;  NOW THEREFORE the .Municipal  council of the Corporal ion of the City of  Revelstoke enacts as follows:  i. Il shall be lawful for the Corporation  ofthe City of Revelstoke to grant by way  ot subsidy to the said The Revelstoke  Navigation Company, Limited, the sum of  three thousand dollars. eitln*r by thc  payment of the snid sum to said Company  in cash or by the delivery to said Company  ofthe dehei,tines issued under the author-  ���������ty ol this by-law- as hereiiyifter mentioned.  2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of  the Corpor.-.ion.qf the City of Revelstoke  to hoi row. on the credit ct* lhe said Corporation fiy way of debentures hereinafter  mentioned from any person, persons,  firm, body or bodies corporate, who may  be willing to advance the same as a loan,  a sum ol money not exceeding in the  whole the sjm of three thousand doll.irs  and to cause all such sums so raised "or  iccei-.ed to be paid into the hands of tbe  Treasurer ofthe Corporation for the purpose and with the object hereinafter  iccited.  Xl- ft -shall be lawful for the Mayor of  life !~4Sd Corporation lo cause any number  pf-detcntures to be. made, executed and  Issued for such sum oi sums as may be  requiied for the purpose and object aforesaid nO,t exceeding, however, the sum of  three thousand dollars, each of said  debentures being of the denomination of  one "thousand dollars and all such debentures shall be sealed with the seal   of   the  Corporation  and   signed   by   the   Mayor  thereof.  4. The said debentures shall bear the  date of June 15th, A. D. .1901, and shall  be made payable in twenty-five vears from  the said date in lawful money of Canada  at the office of the Molsons Bank at  Revelstok-i aforesaid, which said placc__.qf__  payment shall be designated by said  debentures and shall have attached to  them coupons for the payment of interest  and the signature to die interest coupons  may either be written, printed, stamped or  lithographed.  5. The said debentures shall bear ���������  interest at five per centum per annum  from the date thereof which interest shall  be payable semi-annually at the office of  the Molson Bank ar Revelstoke aforesaid  in lawful money of Canada on thc 15th  day of June and the 15th day of December  respectively in each and every year during  the currency thereof and it shall be  expressed in said debentures and coupons  to be so payable.  6. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of  the said Corporation to negotiate and sell  the said debentures or any of them for less  than par but in no case shall the said  debentures or any of them be negotiated  or sold for less than ninety-five per centum  of their face value including the costs of  negotiating and sale, brokerage and all  other necessary expenses.  7. There shall be raised and levied in  each year during the currency of the said  debentures the sum of one hundred and  fifty dollars for the payment of interest  and eighty-two dollars and twenty-nine  cents for the payment of the said debt  under the said debentures by a special  rate sufficient therefor on all the rateable  real property in the said Municipality.  ���������S.-It-shal! be lawful for��������� the���������said���������Muni-=  cipal council to re-purchase any of the  said debentures upon such terms as may  be agreed upon with the legal holder or  holders thereof, either at the time of sale  or at any subsequent time or times and all  debentures so re-purchased shall be forthwith cancelled and destroyed and no reissue of the debentures shall be made in  consequence of such re-purchase.  9. The said The Revelstoke Navigation  Compiny, Limited, shall commence the  construction ofthe said steamer on or  before the first day of July, 1901, and  shall have the same completed on or  before the first day of September, 1901,  and said Company shall establish a port *  of call at or near the City 01 Revelstoke.  ic. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of  the Corporation ofthe City of Revelstoke  to deliver the said debentures to The  Revelstoke Navigation Company, Limited,  upon completion of lhe said steamer a*������  aforesaid and as soon as >nid Company  shall have commenced to actively operate  the'same.  11." This by-law is passed on the c\press  condition that failure on the part of the  said Company to commence the ^ construction ofthe said steamer on or before  the first day of July, 1901, shall render  this by-taw null and void.  i^. This by-law shall lake effect on and  after the fifteenth day of June,   1901.  13. This by-law shall before the final  passing thereof receive the assent of the  ratepayers of the Corporation according  to the provisions of and in the manner  prescribed by the "Municipal Clauses Act"  and amending Acts.  14. This bv-!aw may be cited as "The  Revelsloke Navigation Company subsidy  by-law ".  Read a first time May 171I1, 1901.  Read a second time May 17th,   1901.  Read a third time May 17th,   1901.  Received   the  assent   of   the   Electors  , 1901.  Reconsidered and   finally   pissed   and  adopted by the council , 1901.  Citv Clerk. Mavor.  TAKE NOTICE that the above is a.  true copy of thc proposed bv-law upon  which the votes of the qualified electors  of the Municipality will be taken at thc  fire hali. Second Street, Revelstoke, B.C.,  on Wednesday the 5th day of June A. D.  1501. between the hour of 8 o'clock in the  forenoon and 4 o'clock in lhe afternoon.  CHARLES ERSKINE SHAW.  May 17th, 1901, City Clerk,  'J-  * $J&  .a.  if.  1 I  - I  t -^wsi^l^Bv^  W!-^>i,n*:a^-i-?^^^-^*^t  i't.  r*>~  *ttl''i't'l''l'_rl*^44**l^^*M*i**l*-t'-l'*l*t''t''l-'i; [  2 TF VOU ARE GOING TO TAKK ������  fr        FOB A 'SPUING TOXIC  jj ���������Be suit* to take Good  "Wine���������  I  ���������*    2 The l������est is called  5     WILSON'S  INVALID  PORT  $ and kept at the  J Canada Drug & Book Company  *t RF.VEL3TOKE  ���������r  ���������J*  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *-  fr  fr  t\  fr -  rfayiyfty  ������4UWt&(/  fr ************ \**********-fr |  rjeay *4 A^iU^e^ .4Wiy ^4y6  ���������vta   4</lL<Jey rfigjyirt^ 07i������*{y_  <1//������uy - Qsfr^^CCrrva,  Cxtf-fo^ly^Ur^.  a-P  and  sei* out' Beautiful display  SPUING  irKROHANDISK.  Notes of News.  ���������Co to .Mr-  lilants.  It. Tiipiiiui; fni*i*aliliage  l  ���������J*r, Burgess, Dentist. Brown    Blk. |     There was n small fire ut the steam  ��������� Ice fm sale.���������Apply A.  N.  Miss Lillie Davis   is   in   town  Fei'tjusoii on a visit to friends.  Smith  from ! without  ny iliiiiingL* hi'inj.; <1 cn it*.  A   spi'iinl   meeting   of    the   Tnleiil  H. G. Parsiin of ('olden legistei-i'd nt [.Society of St. Peter's i-liurcli   will   he  the Kevelstoke yesterday. ', held at* the vicarage on  Tuesday, 2S| li,  [ at  I "Vloi k.  (iold    Coiiiiiiisaiuiii'i'    Fauipiii'r    re-  tinned on Thursday from Canliorni'.     j     -St.    Pel el's Church Talenl Snciely  will   hold   nn    eiili'ilainini'iit   on   llie  ��������� Keiiienihei*    tin* enleitiiinnieut on ! uvuiiiii^ t.f .luneotli. lilljl, in Tuppins's  June ."nil in Tuppiiig's llii'iitii'- 'opera   house.     The   prut-raminc   will  The   iks and   governnie.it  unices \ iM' ^J^r'^'^?! ^T  a,*c--clo.=ed todav as well  as  y..,u,d.,y. ; ���������*;*. J."-..'y--J " '\* Wl,i     l't'lka U     V  ��������� - ��������� Military Unil,   also   do   not   overlook  Kev. Gorci K.ibur.igi of Lhe Japanese , t he Japanese Tea House, Gypsy Camp,  Mel.iodi.-a mission:- is li-nvinj? for | Billnt Hon, Rebecca ul llio Well, etc.  Japan. , This will lie nood from lirst, to Inst and  s vou will not regret pultiiiK your  lime  3. D. Sibbald left on Tliursday morn- ; ^ ii)(i|u... jn u     Atllllit!.k)n ���������,*���������, c.  it.jr   ou   a  trip to Trout Lake and will ,  be back Monday, j "  .    .      _ .    .   i Mining Notes  Prof. Harvey  is  in   town   todav    al *-���������  Field & Bew-s'-di'iig si oro, ��������� '     J*'red. .lulinsoii b is sold his share, a  fourth interest, in   the   Bullshot  to  J.  T. Black of New Denver.  Mrs  Geo. Johnson and family left  on a visit to friends iu Silverton on  Wednesday morning.  Rev. II. Fietines-Clinton will leave  Vancouver on Monday on a holiday  trip lo the old country.  .1. McLean and Eli Watc-rson returned from the_Lardeiiu on Wednesday evening.  Very R->v. Dean Paget and .-Miss  Paget are leaving Calgary next week  on a three months trip to Europe.  A meeting of the directors of the  Hospital Association is called for this  evening atS o'clock in G. S. McCarter's  oflice.  Mrs. D. J. Miinn of  New   "Westuiin  sLercauip in on this morning's train  in  o company with her husband, who is on  the Chinese commission.  ���������The entertainment under the aus-  '  pieces nf   the Talent   Society   of   St.  Petei's  church  is  postponed  to  June  Sth.  An Ice Cream social will be given by  the ladies of the Bournn Catholic  church at some date next liionlh not  yet definitely settled.  The Willing "Vorkeis of the Presbyterian church intend giving a concert  and sale of work on July 1st in Selkirk  hall.   Refreshments will be served.  F. Macbeth arrived from Winnipeg  on Thursday "evening.and has taken  overcharge of the. loc-al branch of the  Molsons Bank. J. D. Molson will  leave for Montreal tomorrow morning.  W. Haley hurt his band badly last  Monday while working on the Jordan  pass trail. -He fell on some rocks  lacerating one finger considerably and  had to come into town on Wednesday  for treatment.  J. F.. Wood is at work on two collection plates for St. Peter's church. He  is making them of walnut with a  carving of oak leaves in high relief on  llie edge aud a very artistic piece of  work they are.  Next .Sunday. Whitsunday, services  in St. Peter's church will be aL *-* a. in..  11 n. in. and 7 SO p. in. There will lie :i  second c-elchrtiLinn at the 11 o'clock  .service. BVv. C A. Procunier wiii  ofiiciatfe at all services'.  Fancy White .Muslins, All-Over Laces, Valenciuin, Etc. Swiss unci  Dainty Muslins. A most beautiful display of those Fashionable  Goods in various colors at 15c*.. 17c, 20c, 25c, ancl 50c.  arts-  Mercorisi'il Sateen Skirts in endless colors���������all prices.  nrorygapsBfc THE COMMERCIAL  "rot.     ._   _  ���������&>������������������������&?���������        CENTRE OF THE  eiren's  We sell tin* Famous " I "KB RUNS" Gloves.     Once worn always  nski'd for  Assays made by S. Shannon of Ferguson, on samples of free-milling  quartz, from the Sir Wilfrid group on  Pool Creek went JjiJ,424 in gold. The  owners are W. A. StruLt and C. B.  McKay.  Pan-American Rates.  The rates in connection with the  Pan-American exposition have ��������� at  last been agreed upon and the Canadian Pacilic railway announces that  it will place on sale every first and  third Tuesday of llie month, commencing with Tuesday, June 4, round trip  tickets to Buffalo from north Pacific  coast points of .*"iSG.O0. and from Kootenay points $7(i. Tickets will 'be iirsl-  chiss, good for continuous passage  going and will bear final liinit of  thirty days.  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in thc Compounding of  Prescriptions; and our care and skill  ���������the results of experience and  training���������assure that degree of accuracy. And, in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Biing'  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  Just,   to   hand, the    durst, shipment of   BOYS'   Bi.0ll.SK  SUITS  Tlirsi- an* llu- best make in ("anaila and ilnu'i, rip .���������inywlirri'.  ems  \Vr have jusl, opened up a large raugr of Beautiful  Satcen-Taned  All-Wool Sri.gr and Worsti'iy'd Suit*, and marked lliem a wav down.  CAM, AND SICK US BKFORK BUYING  l-XSl.WHKI.K.  _&  R__ p-"**-1  2E  Till'*   W1DK-AWAKE   BUSINESS   MEN,   MACKENZIE   AVE.  TAYI.OI. BLOCK,  McKenzie Ave  '���������Milky White"  There was a good house present liist  night, in -ho opera house at llio production of II. T. Craven's serio comic  drama "Milky White" by "Messrs.  Dunne & Copelahd. The piece is not.  quite so well known as iho "Chimney  Corner" by the same author but it is a  very well written piece, with a powerful plot and full of intcri.'sting passages  and striking situations. The chief  interest of the play circles round  the dairy until. Milky White,  and his daughter Nan, two fine parts  played by T. J I. Dunne ancl Miss  Nellie Dunne. In Milky White Mr.  Dunne scored a triumph. His rendering of the part was carefully conceived  and most admirably carried out. It is  quite onr of his best* characters. In  the very clillicult part of Nan Miss  Dunn acquitted herself excellently  well. She ���������'spoke her lines" naturally  .and unaffectedly and yet so as Lo  i bring nut everything in   them and   in  '. the pathetic* scenes in   the   second act  i        *  ; the dead silence: which' fell on the  j house was a striking testimony Lo lhe  j talent of Lhe young actress. B.  I .Sawyer was capital in Llio   comic part  L  ll'D.m. Llie dairy boy. and Mrs. Dunne  '~"Veir=Frithfcr~J:".������-'oiiit.i'TOr-Mf  famous old   missionary   of tlie Roman I |,.,-.ts ot' j|lv- Sadilrip   and   Archibald  I'atholicchiirch. to the Indians, of  lhc*|(j0<xi   Vl.,.y   ���������K*e|y.     The   piece,   was  carefully stage   managed   and put on  North wot. was a passenger on Thursday's train from the smith, lie had  been [nn a tour along the Ciow's Nest  and through the lower country and  went on io Vancouver the same evening.  Hon. W. C. Wells went through  this morning to Palliser. He said that  Mr. Killed] would he here tonuurovv  ur Monday and would call fm- lenders  for thp" work on the canyon waggon  road immediately. The woik will be  done by contract unless the govern-  ment decide, on petting the tenders,  lhat it will be ihcaper to do il by day'.,  labor.  Canon Newton of Edmonton, who  wns the pioneer Anglican clergy man  in Alhi-rta. having" i-ointiienied bis  l.ihoi-s there- single handed a*** S. P. G.  iiiis-'ioiiai-r 21 vi-ars ago in 1877 and  who h is now letired from net ive work  went through nu Wednesday uriniu  panied by his son. en route foi  Victoria, where he intends tn make  his future home.  The Vancouver World announces  that E. C. Killeen, of the Public Works  Department will hereafter have the  superintendence and control nf all the-  bridge and road woik in the province  in hie charge*. This was formerly  looked after by F. C-. Gamble, i-ngin.ci-  of the department, but il is thought  tbe appointment of Mr. Killeen will  result in more general satisfaction.  The suggestion has been made, says  the Rossland Miner, that in tbe event  nr the Duke anil Duchess of Cornwall  and "tork not visiting the interior of  ihe Kootenays in the course of their  visit to Biitish Columbia thissunimor,  ihe city council and board of trad  prepare an address and send a strong  delegation to Kevelstoke for the pur-  poseaf presenting it to the royal p.uty  on its way east.  mil went without a hitch.  Thu new drop scene, painted by I!.  K. Cnpcland. was used for the lirst  time, and called forth many encomiums. The scenery was the work  ofT. II,- Dunne and the improvements  recently made by the proprietor. . B.  Tapping, to the stage, permitted it to  "boxed" for the lirst rime, adding  greatly to "the stage illusion. The  city orchestra were in attendance and  their musical performances added  greatly to the enjoyment of the evening, which wound up with an impromptu hop. to which a large  number nf the audience stayed.  Mel on Thursday evening, present  the Mayor, Aid. Taylor. Abrahamson.  Nettle, McLeod. ���������  "'"'"' CC)_lI.ML*.\IC.\TIOX.S.  H Floyd re.iorl.od that lhu top of  Lhe drain box at his corner had been  knocked ofr, referred to P. W. committee. .1. Caley protested against the  removal of his wife, mother .and child  lo the quarantine camp; the cits'  solicitor gave his opinion that such  protest was of no avail against the  decision of-the city health ofiicer'; Dr.  Cross reported that they were quite  satisfied to go" now, as tbey were  satisfied Lhat Lhey would he comfor*  table iu the camp ; Lhe correspondence  was fyled. P. R. Peterson dein.uiiled  Ln know who were the fence viewers  appointed hy the cily ; Messrs.' Iver-  naghiin, llowson and Longhead wen*  appointed by resolution. K. Tapping  give noLice that unless all public  onlerliiiners, no mutter wheie they  play, sing or lecture in Lhe city do not  pay a license, he would refuse Lo pay  his license ; Aid. Nettle thought it was  a very exltaordiniiry letter for a public spirited man Lo send. Chief Bain  reported Lhat Lhe creek on the - east  side, of the Arrowhead .track had  changed ils course and is flooding the  hinises'in the vicii.ily ; referred P. XX'.  coiiiniittee.  rc KM HITS..  The health committee recommended  Lhe following schedule of scavenging  charges :  Private* houses.* 'Removing garbage  2octs. per month.  Cleaning earth closets containing I  cubic feet 'lo els. per month, 10 cts. per  cubic-fOOt-OVirl--.i-eili.ic-it.et-..  ^���������-���������'--���������r-  Hotels,   stores, etc.     Earth   closets, ,  vaults,   sinks,  cesspools, etc., on same j  scalr  as private houses  and   to   make  special   arrangements   with   the   city i  scavenger or any   licensed day aciivim- '  get*    for   lenioval   nf ��������� g.irlvage.      The  report was laid over for one week.  ��������� The   city   solicitor was instructed to  notify owners within the fire limits to  clear their lots.  -The. council then adjourned.  ^Tlic diffcr.cncc between  rent paying- ancl the-BirkbccU plan ^  ������*3 of Rent Purchase. .  ' GS".  m  r.^ RENT PLAN  jsfe������ Pay $10 or (315 per month for the  iSi use of somebody else's hnu-ie for  rr-jj'10 years. At the end of that  S&J time the landlord owns the  i-fyi house and money," the renLpayer  r&r\ has a package of receipts.  i*A :   ������������*^ ' .-'or Further iiuoriiiation ii[iply to  'M LEWIS BROS, ftp *n Q.' S. McCARTER,  BIRKBECK PLAN ^|  Pay from .filO to $15 per month fer!_j  fm* the use of a honie for tcn'AJii  years... At the ond of that time ������-������  you own your home  money ever after. .  and save .*������������������<_?  v_*.-/  R9  ���������fig  General Agents.  The Revelstoke Class of 1961  Scores One Hundred Per  Cent.-. :    '     '     *  The examinations for entrance to  High School took place on Tlinrs-  d'iy and Friday of last week under the  superinlclideiiceol' Insp. Wilson II. A.  The shewing made by Lhe class was  excellent, as Principal Sullivan rcceiv  ed lhis morning the list of passed  candidates and out of the whole seven-  not one tailed. The average proportion of failures is Tit) per cent  throughout Ihe piovince. soKevelstoke  may fairly claim to have made a  record. There ils another feature  about the Ri'velsioke class of 1001.  which is thai it* almost certainly contains in Miss rSessic Lawson, aged 11  and passed second, the yo'ungesL High  ��������� Si-honl pupil i" '-be province. The  j average nf the murks obtained by Lhe  j class wast!:'per cen.. The names of  { Lhe   candidates   in   order   of   pa.-sing  laic:  j     Ilallie Brown.  !     Bessie Lawson.  TioTa" W [jnnioTCT  Kdt.aNeild.  Ernest Hanson.  Frank Guerin.  Marion Adair.'  Junior Football Revelstoke v. Golden.  The frintbal] match played on the  gun club grounds yesterday between  the juniors of Kevelstoke and Golden  resulted in a draw neither side senr-  ing. The teams were lined up as  follows: Hev-elstoke���������P. Dunne, goal:  .1. Inches. O. Beav-o, backs; C. Palmer, G.' McLeod, and E. Carries, half  backs:  ,,     t>  Corson,  AV. Beavo, G. Graham, P..  (capt.) G. Kichnids. and A.  Hilliard. forwards.  I Golden���������M. Mcintosh, goal; G.  .Staffer, and D. Hanna, hacks; A.  Woodland. A. Morgan and IC. Sutherland, half backs'. W. Piighe. S. Gould,  (capt.) H. Pughe, II. Hanna and J".  Kenny, forwards.  The game was not very eventful  although keenly and gond hiimoredly  contestcd. Owing to an injury to It.  Kenney, one of the best forwards both  sides only played ten men at the* last.  The visitors took in ".Milky 'Whifi*" in  the evening and our boys did their  Iiest to give; them a good time. "Wcf  must give them a return match on  their own ground as soon  us possible.  Death of W. H. Caldwell  The news of the'death of XV. II.  Caldwell on Friday morning mine  with a shock of surprise to the tesi-  denls nf R-velstokc*. The deceased  was going around in his usual health  on Thursday ancl his condition did not  cause any alarm to his friends until a  abort while before his death, which  was caused by heart disease und occulted between 7 ancl 8 nclock.  Mr. Caldwell came to Kevelstoke  from D.inald last November nnd h.is  been running the Queens hotel in  partnership with Al. Vyo since that  time. Before that he ran t.he Nellis  Ilouse al. Donald, which he left the  sei vice of the C. P. II. as conductor tn  undertake. He was a Mason and was  still in good standing with the Oulei-  of Kailivay Conductors at thc time of  bis deittb. The funeral will lie conducted by Kev. W. C. Calder at -I'-'il) p.  in. on Monday. The .Masonic lodge  bus assumed charge of the ceremony.  The deceased leaves a widow and  three children, to whom the flKUAi.n  in extending its sympathy, only voices  I tic feelings nf the whole count]unity.  of  Revelstoke Gun Club  Tiie Gun Club shot oif a sweepstakes  .20 birds, unknown angles, yesterday  iiinrniug.   The score was as follows:  II. A. Brown, IR.  C. K. Skene. 10.  A.J. McDonald. 10.  K. A. Upper, 7-  A.E. Phipps, 7.  ���������S. McKay, 0. ���������"  Principal Sal li van and  the   staff  tho public school   and   the  successful  candidates are to be congratulated  on  the striking success   c.bliiitieil   by   the  class, which is excellent  proof   of   I.he  caieful training given   in   the   school  here.    He  proposes,   in   default  of   ������  High School here, to take, up   part   ol  the High School work us soon   as- Lh  sehriol reopens and SO   keep   lhe   class  together and perhaps get   back   some  other passed High   School   cindidat.es  ot former yea rs.   lo   go   on   with   th  work.    IC.ich passed candidate receives  a handsome   lithographed   cerliflcat  from the O.-pt. of Kdiu-ittion.  The Emera'd Duet.  3. Parions Smith and Prof. 3. C  Miller gave their Gospel Temperance  service in the Methodist church here  1 i������t night. Tliere were* some fifty oi  sixty persons present a'id Mr. Smith's  eloquent address was ' received* will;  profound interest and attention. Both  gentlemen are. singers of no mean  order and their rendering of the  musical parts of the service; was a  great troat. The Kmerald Duet, as  they are best, known, will hold their  gospel temperance* service in the* opera  house tomorrow at l and H.'.'/l p. rn.  .On Afondity they will give a chiidrens  matinee, moving pictures ancl music  at 'Z.'V.l o. k. and in the evening there  will ben grand time of picture, song  and story nf H n. k. both in the opera  h iiise.  For Sale,  One Karn   Piano,   one   Oak   Dining  Room   Suite and   one Oak Ued Uo'otn  Suite.     Apply   at     Hi;nAl.i>    office.  May 18.   3t  Presentation to   the   President  Mrs.' S. J. Thompson.  On Wednesday afternoon there was  a big attendance! at a special meeting  of the XV. CT. U. called at Mrs. Jno.  Lawson's" residence on the Avenue.  .Mrs. Lawson entertained the members  present wilh afternoon .tea but the  special featui'e of'tlie gathering was  the presentation to. the president, Mrs.  S. J. Thrimp-iui, who has. held that  nffirv now for three years, of a  handsome silver cuke dish and pail* ol  silver nutcrackers. The gift .was  accompanied by t.he following address:  Kevelstoke., May 22, 1901.  To our President:  Please accent this present as a  token of our love and respect for"' j*ou.'  We should like to be able to 'better  express our feelings, but we know  that* ynu will mil, measure onr love  and respect by this. We have always  looked tn ynu 'us "mother" lather  than Hie���������President" of cuir W.C.T.U.  and shall sorely.miss you in onv work.  But we trust Lhe example you have set  ns nt unselfish and untiring elf oi t  to be of service to "others , may not  cease, when you leave tint, that each of  -ii-Uiiay-ti--y-lo-_flll^yotu--pltice-80-*-Lhtitr  those, for whom 3*011 have labored  may not he neglected.  We know how hard it is for you to  leave the gnnd work begun among the  fallen and ive shall try to do what you  would do, if here. We wish yon every  success in your new field and onr  prayers shall follow ynu that your  efforts he crowned with success.  Members of W. C. T. U.'  NOTICE  Steam Boiler Inspectors' Examination.  AI'PI.iriA'I'ION" Inr (.���������.���������elimination of Steam  l!.,il"i* Inni>5cl������r.i hIII hu rui-ulveil by the Chief  liisfic-ihriif Sloiiin Hollers, New We'-itiiiitinier,  ll. c;., up to June luih, iikii : AiiplfcitiUH must  b; hi*t...i'.-ti ;iiy H^e of ���������_*.. ton! .'*0 yenr-1. lh..y  !nu������i. have IihiI nt lensl live yc������r*i pi-nclli'M  works!].>*i experience- us jiiK.-liiiiiiis cir boiler  HKiier*.. iiml iiin.t Hl*.o have n. thorough  ii.i<Ii'r**lniir]iiiK nt nt'-fijii eii**lni*criiij.*.  Form, of ���������.nrliriil-irH may ho obtained, on  ri-rjne-.i of Intending upjiIlt-iintH, from the  e.hli.J liii-,(;c.ior of -iti-iun linllcr-i. Now West-  Hitii'K-r, ii,('.. nn'I mimt he properly flileil in  .sii'l rutii/nu'hlo iilm on or before the aliove  jn-.ritloned date.  Tlie- catidldale-i eelcc-ted for examination  will then be 'lotlfiecl ai to dale and plane of  e.xamiiiallon.  'I'h-. Hillary will he .IM per month.'  W.CllKtlH,  Chief Coaiinl-nioiic-rcif Laiidn A Work*,  f.iiiid������ A Work* Department,  Victoria, IS.!.., 22nd May, iswi.  KOOTENAY   LODGE  No- i&, A* F & A* M-    '"���������  Member.) of the above lodge and vi������itinn*  Masons are requested to mc������t at the Masonic*  Hall on Monday. 27th of May In������t., at*l p m  sharp to attend the finiorfl] of our late Brother  W II. Caldwell of Mountain Lodge No 11  F. FRASER, W.M.      0. S. MeCARTJEIt See.  L.ABB.  MINING  *  COUNTRY  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $T5 and $100  S01-.R  AGENT  HEVELSTOKK  B. O.  t&t&4T*&*#Gtot4tt&4&'^^  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  NOTARY  PUBLIC.  REAL -ESTATE- j ^..^.S^  PlTVl A "Vrr*T A T     t Canada I'ci iniiiient ,t Western  ri   lAmJAL-.       Canada MorlgiiKO Cor p.,nil ion.  a -.iimii-jii^   (Kqiiiiiili'.eSavint's Loan and liuildiuD' A  Tl-JCTTTi A T.1PT__   I    C Imperial Fire.      Guardian Fire.      Me  UN.*.!   KAlll.r.   I    .Canadian Fire.      Caledonian Kire. .  liwunaiuju   .    <Couro,|eriilinnl.ife.      Ailai lire.  COAL FOlt SALE, HOUSES FOB, SALE AND RENT,  ������������������^m������ress Pevelstoke Station.  ssnelatlou.  reaiitlle I'i re.  I  xf  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr.  Honest - iicliiiiration is elected by  those who wo-ir om* clothes. They are  always correct, elegant-, suit-iible. It is  jile;isinf_; to -be well attired, and pleasing to bo conscious tlmt others admire  your" taste. By- buying here you disarm criticism and usually save yourself cash "  HIGH CLASS LADIES'.    _    .'  CUSTOM TAILORING  itlUjI THE ART  ^TAYLOR  Ljfc*K-BNZIE   AVENUE  Large nnd-Well j.ighted  Sanilde 'looms   Heated hy Hot Air and Klee.trlc"  Hells and Light In every room  Free Ilns Meets All Trains  Reasonable Rates    -' . -xHOTEL   VIOTOBIAj-.  J.OIIN V-. PERKS, Bitoi'iiiETOii  Nitrlu   drill I".ir.i iu I'Minection for the Convenience of'Cuests  BeTwe'ei^HoU-lamlSlatioii . -    [^������^(iiil'fe������^������,    [I o C  AND SEE THE BARGAINS AT  GUY BARBER'S IN ' -  Watches, Clocks, Etc. .  184*4* Rodffcrs Bros.' Flat Ware.     *  SPECIALTY. . WATCH REPAIRING  (IP  @>  tW>  (HD  W>  (J)  <^>  ^>  iW)  BEVEIjSTOKE  SMELTER  TOWNSITE  R. H. Mayne,  SOLE AGENT  ra)(^IS)(j������))!M)^)^)i^)ra ^^^)^������������H)^)(_^)(^)H)ralS)i  Lots from $100 Up.  R. H.MAYNE,  m  i  y������  I  *il  s.  m  J-'H*  k  %���������  I  ���������r,  i]  ii *  \yrr-.  r  2=

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