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 Jy  A  fif.i  //  Vol    V.   No   45.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.     SATURDAY,  JUNE S, 1901.  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  -^rw*���������^-������������������ wit���������n*w.p������imm������*r -nwrww ���������*  0  UV*dV4^'*aVvV'������^-<3-<f*3'4^'^^''2"i^r'd'':4  IVEB  BEFORE  _.__*-J  A Direct importation irom  Kirkcaldy. Scoilaud, now in.  The Pattevnii nre Prettier  than ever and the Price is  lower. They include a fine  lino ot Ingrains.  Come ai'xl Examine   them.  X3������3fi  HATS HA'  ���������  Gents'   ..    ,  Ladies'  "Children's-  "  Misses' ' "\ :  5������tT*2iij>c_^������3_xj>������������SSS^^  10;'cases j"  '" Latest New.-.York"  Novelties I ������������=*  *We have no  hesitation, in  stating "that  ve   have  the  prettiest and nobbiest lines ,  ever .shown in tins Oi'ly.  IS   WHERE   WE   SHINE  Fresh Discoveries of Free  Milling Quartz on Menhenick j  Creek Start the Prospectors  Out to Trace Up the Gold  Ecariug Belt Towards Isaac  Creek.  Tlio towns on the Arm. Goiu.-iplix  and Thomson's Landing, and tlie new  mining town of Cnmbiirni' up lit the  moulli ot Pool Ci'i-elc are all in it gre.it,  st.'ito of excitement over the fresh di*-  coveiies of free milling ������uld quart'/.,  which have heen recently iiiadi* around  Camborne. Most of the population  arc away tracing out, tlie gold lien ing  licit up inlo tlio headwateis of Isaac  Creek, while those, whose occupation  keeps tlieni in town are hn.*.y squinting at* specimens through glasses and  dickering in part interests in claims,  while "the Hvn" and "Llu* Oyster,"  "fracLions' and "extensions." absorli  the whole of the conversation, though  it musi be admitted tli.it a few sp.ue  minutes are occasionally found 'to  discus.*, lhu great question or the  wagon l oad up Fish Cieek,  There seems to be wry little doubt  that this free milling quart/, boll is one  oftiie biggest thing? yet strjuk in  Kootenay. The fiist iind w;>s made  :igo   by   two     prnspectois  -Menhenick cieek, on which \V. Butler  made such a rcui.trkiihle find last  month was ilclnatly located two years  ago as a galena claim and since ahan  diiiit.il. So then* is. every rea.-on to  expeit that the close search, which is  now heing actively prosecuted for the  gold bearing leilges will it-veal that  I he area oi ainifeions quiii tz is larger  {chilli any one has any idea of. The  I quni'l'/. is cim.sicleied hy experts to be  rather "hungry'' looking stuff, though  showing lo sniiie ex I en I the conchoidal  I'm clute us.ii.illy found in connection  Willi gold. There is no discount on  the fuel, however, lliat lhe gold is in  I he quartz, whether the frtclure is or  nnl. It is di.sliii'illy visible to the  nuked eye. The leads do nnt follow  lhe usu.il N. XV. and S. E. I rend,  iilmnst universal in Kooleimy hut cut  uemus the slate and schist formation  without following any spot ial direction.  LATEST NEWS  Bank Robber Jumped to Death  In  Jail.  BRIGANDAGE IN.HUNGARY.  ShiiLi we v. .lLu it uowii.  We. want   your Order   for  several reasons.���������  Because  We can save you money.  Because  Wo   can  please   you  in  quality. ��������� *  Because  We can ensure you good  service. - '  tWH^JtjV&r&Pjtrppppjpp^^  We intend giving special  attention to FRUIT this  Summer and will have  them'as fast as they ripen.  Strawberries and Cherries  are arriving now.  ������^**������>^������>>^^^^*y^^>^*������*-ff-������>������������:*>^*i  C.B. HUME  &C0  two veins  mimed Tweedie and Hutchinson who  .were not prospectors by occupation at  ���������all and whose location of the Eva claim  about one and one half miles Irom  Camborne was at the lime the- subject,  of many a merry jest by the old  timers, who had been walking all ovor  and loiuid the claim for years.. It has  since been- Alessrs Tweedie aiul  Hutchinson':, turn to hand out -the  Inn be 1.nigh to the old timer*.. The  Kv.i pioperty in the hands of the  Impel ial Development syndicate ot  -Nelson-iind managed by "A. IJ. Gracey.  has now about 1000 -feet of workings  and enough free milling ore in sight  ���������to keep :i ten btanip mill going for.two  yea'rs. -" The Imperial as ils. .name  implies'is a'pnrely development company, "organized-for the. purpose of  bringing properties up to lhe singe,  when tneir value can be more or less  definitely ascertained and then selling  them, but the reports from the Eva  have been of _snch a very fetching  nature that some of- the Imperial  directors favor putting in a mill aud  working the mine for themselves.  Since  the   Eva   was' located   other  fiee milling claims have   been   staked  on the Eva mountainto a considerable  number and it became .apparent   that  the leads of gold bearing quartz were  confined to a well defined belt "of grey  slate ;*.nd schist, about two miles wide.  Within this belt a number   of   claims  were located on Eva mountain  and  in  the valley of Pool   Creek.      Those   of  ibein on which   any  development   of  importance   has   been   dune, are   tin**  ilu.--l.iiid and    Highland    Mary    also  ��������� inned tiy the  Imperial  Development  Company,    thu     Oyster    owned   by  Him key and Allen, the St.   John   by  (Sutler,' Rowland and Derose  and  the  "���������fir" Wilfrid- by^StVut tr-Tliis-$pV:ng-  ,111 assay from tlie Sir Wilfiid, which  is right down on Pool Creek gave the  a tunishing result of $1,410  in  gold to  the ton, and a big strike was made on  lhe Rossland.    These events renewed  ihe excitement and the flame tins tiepii,  .fanned by the discovery  of   the same  qii.irlv.  wilh  "even   richer indications  on the other side -of. Fish River be  tween Scott -and   Menhenick   creeks  W. Butler made the first location   on  May 17th and there is reported   lo be  a ledge ol free-milling quarts,  fourteen  feet wide oil the Golden Finch,   as   lie  named the  claim.    Since  then   ncaily  40 local ions have been made  on   thai  side of tlie river and the gold   bearing  belt   has   heen   traced   for   about   six  mili's running  w.ith   a general   trend  rather north of west towards the head  of Isaac Cieek, in whicli direction   tlie  ci n\\ d of prospectors have stampeded.  Meanwhile Thompson's Landing and  Comaplbc  are   kept  busv  forwarding  supplies and late arivat*, into the camp  and   are  expecting   news of fresh di**-  covei ies every day, whil-it   a   rush  of  mining  men.  capitalists   and  expeits  is looked   for   to * come along almost  any old time.  Although the gold-bearing leads  have as stated above been confined to  a belt about two miles wide, yet further north again locations of f**ot-  milling quartz have been made on  Sable and Lexington creeks and it is  quite possible further finds will yet he  made in places in the camp hitheito  quite unsuspected. The camp has in  fact not been prospected for gold. It  was supposed to be a galena camp,  since it is a feature of the belt that, in  it, as in the case of some free-milling  camps in Colotado, galena is associat-j  ed with the gold hearing quaitz.  Ahove the timber line on Mount E> a  are several good looking galena pio-  perties, while the Eva and other fret-  milling claims are all located lower  down even clear down to the valley of  Pool  Creek.   The  Golden   Finch    on  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  R. Urquhiivt has returned from attending the B.-R. T. convention at  Milwaukee.  R. Fan-ell, travelling passenger  agent of Llio C. P. R. Winnipeg, is on  a visit to the cottst cities.  The C. P. It. ure advertising cheap  exemsion tickets to lhe Pan-American  Exposition at Butt'-ilo.  T \V. Bradsh.iw C. P. R. agent and  Mis. Brad sha w and children left hist  evening on a two weeks vUit to the  const cities.  Reliev  P. St. is  absence  coast.  .T.is. Little. C. P. R. bridgeman was  in town tliis week en mate to Lafonne  Cieek t.o do assessment work on hia  pioperty in that camp.  James Wilson, grand president of  the Biolherhoud of RaiJw-iyTi'ackinyn  and the grievance committee ' of tlie  C.P.R. track men, are in. Montreal' to  confer wilh DV McNicolI, general  manager of the C.P.lt.  ing ngpiilMcMnnus of the C.  in charge here during the  of   Mr     Biadshaw    on  the  The Sultan of Morocco Sends a Special  Embassy to the King.���������Andrew  Carnegie Puts up Ten Millions for  the Scottish Universities.���������N, Y.  Central Machinists Presented With  an< Ultimatum. -The Klondyke Clean  up.  Toronto, June 8.���������Frank Rutledge,  one of the trio of bund robbers at  Aurora, committed suipido Inst night  ordered buck to work nn -Monday or  their places will bo filled. It is  thought that they will go to work.  A verdict of not guilty was given in  the case for violation of the Sunday  law ut Youker.s, N. Y. by playing  golf.  "��������� J. F. Maloney has resigned his  position with the K. R. & N.'Co., and  has accepted another with Porter &  Carlson on the construction of the  Arrowhead it Kootenay. - A. J.  Passage will be advanced to, the position formerly held by Mr. Maloney,  and R.. Jl. Knox will succeed him in  thc K.'r. & N. offices.      -  ���������  Dr.B-iggins, who arrived in "Vancouver some months ago, and has been  playing lacross on the Y. M. 'C. A.  team, leaves shoitly for Revelstoke to  work fur tlie C.'P. R.  C. E. Lang, for several years con^  nected with the Northern Pacific at  Winnipeg, has been, .appointed as  representative" of the company* at  Victoria,-mid will leave in a'few days  for the Coast to take up the position  rendered vacant by the running "away  of the lust agent.  George Stephen, tiavelling freight  agent for the C. P. R, at Nelson, has  boPH-appointed-chief-clerk-to-Gep.���������H.  Shaw: the new traffic manager of the  C. P. R. at Winnipeg.  A freight h.u go to carry la cars is  neirly completed at the Nelson ship-  yaid, at whicli place very commodious  and convenient quarters are being  eret ted for the workmen. .The main  building is about 130x30 feet.  A fitter iii tlie C. P. R. shops, named  R. Mathews" got his right hand badly  crushed by the steam hammer yesterday morning. He was straightening  out a piece of iron and had his .right  hand.- under the hummer, when it  came down, completely flattening out  tho thumb and first and middle  lingers. Ho was conveyed in the  .'lnilmlaiice to the station and sent off  at once to Kamloops for treatment by  affreight which was just ready to pull  out. Ho will probably lose his thumb  and two fingers.  A. E. Stiiff. for. the past 10yearn  accountant and assistant manager of  the Victoria oflice of the C. P. R. telegraph company has been appointed  iiia-iagcr in succession to William  Chi ist ie. whose resignation .was  announced a few days ago.  A Montreal despatch says : -/The  report haslitely been current in labor  circles that the machinists of the  Grand T: unk and the eastern division  of the Canadian Pacific have been  actively engaged for some time preparing for a struggle, with the object  of securing the establishment of a  umfoini condition on these sections.  Theie are two unions in this city  which are composed almost entirely  of machinists employed in the railway  shops. The officers of these unions  decline to make any statement regarding the probability of trouble, but in  lhe event ot any arising, lhey seem to  he counting on tbe support of the  non-union men. The railway shops  here employ about 150 machinists. .  by jumping from thff gallery of the  jail. Rice is the onlj|one of the trio  now left and he probably will be  hung. fl  London, June 8.���������-^special emlnissy  from the Sultan of Morocco bearing  congratulations to King Edward has  arrived here. Twenty nine persons  are in the party, who bring two rare  Atlas mountain sheep, .twenty Arab  horses and twenty mules as presents  for the King.  Andrew Carnegie has signed a deed  for $10,000,000 for the" universities of  Scotland. The money is available  immediately.  A band of brigands held up a mail  coach in Hungary, ��������� - strangled the  driver, maimed the guards, ransacked  the mail bags and got ������5,000.  DESPATCHES IN BRIEF.  *  -'  The prohibition law in P. E. I. is to  be tested as to its constitutionality.  The Klondyke clean up is, estimated  at $15,000,000 and the summer output  at $10,000,000. ., .���������  "' The".'Glasgow "-''exhibition"" regatta  opened . today. Sir. Thos. Lipton's  Shamrock I was among the starters.  The steamer Assyrian , of the Ley-  land lineis still ashore on the Newfoundland coast. Three steamers are  lying by to get her off.  . All ' the     N.   Y.   Central   railway  machinists now on strike  have   been  W. 0. Giriii'd, a well known prospector in the Fisli River camp,  brought soiiiu wonderful specimens ol'  I'rco milling quail/. Iniiud on Men*  hciiick creek down to Comaplix ou  Wednesday. A fine piece, in whicli  the gold is plainly visible to thu naked  eye can be seen in l.ho lli.itM.l)  office.  At n nineling of the delegates from  the Central Confedenilion Union held  Teusday, oliicial cognizance was  taken o.u the .strike of the tnlerna-  tional Association of Machinists' members*. It is said that the Central Federation Union will endmse Ihe strike  and urgi) its members lo aid tho inac-  hinesta with.contribiilions of money.  At the headquarters of tlie International Association of Machinists, Constant Booth, business head of the  Association, said that the sli ike now  really centered about tho factory of a  well known firm which manutiicliiied  printing pi-esses. "If they undertake  start up with non-union men," said  to  Mr. Booth, "we will tic up every  newspaper and printing ollice in thc  United States using their presses. We  would have won lhis slriko except for  the shops of this firm and a few others  in this neighborhood and we propose  to lorce the acceptance of our terms by  these peoplo by invoking.the aid of  organize!", labor every wheie.  The  Fred  Robinson  Saw Mill.  Company  AN IDEAL   MILL  SITE  Passes the Ratepayers By' a  '���������w -. ,, Good 'Majority.   ' -,  The voting on Lhe steamboat bonus  took place in the council chamber on  Wednesday with the follow ing result:  For the bylaw Oi.  Against the bylaw 27..   ���������  There w eie no spoiled ballots so with  a totalvote of 01 the bylaw secured its  requisite three fifths of the voles polled  with more than 10 lo spare. _ -  The   Pioneer   Mill   on    the    Ground,  Which Will One Day bi the S'.ts  An   Extensive    Lumber   Trade���������The  Pretty Town   at   the    Head   of   the  Ann Described.  The little town of Comaplix derives  ils sotiiewlihat bizarre appellation  from lhe Indian inline of Fish River,  which Hows into the head of the north  east Arm of Arrow Lake just above  ilie town. The place is prettily situated on lhe shore of tho Lake in the  fiuidst of some ofthe most beautiful  mountain scenery in Koote nay. It is  connected wilh the outer world by  steamboat navigation on the Arm, the  service being supplied by the Archer  and Lardeau, two small but very  switt and comfortable screw steamers  belonging to the Fred Robinson Lumber Co., which make tlie twelve mile  trip between Comaplix over to Thomson's Landing on the opposide side of  the lake and thence out to Arrowhead  twice a day in loss than a couple of  hours stop overs inchnU'd. The boat  loaves Comaplix at 7 a. m. runs over to  lhe Landing, reaches Arrowhead in  time to make connection with the  bunt train from Revelstoke and-leav-  ing again as near 10 a. m. as possible  returns to the Landing and Comaplix  in time,, for dinner.' The afternoon  trip starts about 12.30 and the boat.  connects with the incoming C. P.'R.  steamer fiom the south and the train  fin- Revelstoke. returning again to the  Landing,,and Comaplix at about 5  o'clock. The'run on the Arm is a most  delightful trip, the scenery ".along . the  'wost^hbfe'^pffrticularly "being of the"  most       romantic     and imposing  character.      The   Archer,   Capt.   Roman, is on the run at present.  -The principal institution of Comaplix  is llio sawmill owned and operated by  the Fred. Robinson Lumber Co. It is  a circular sawmill with planers, lath  and shingle machines and everything  necessary for a complete mill of tbe  kind.   When in full blast it is capable  of turning oul 30,000 to :i">,000 feet a  day. Tlie power is supplied from a  mountain stream, which comes down  from a hill behind the town. The logs  nre obtained from limits up Fish River  and the lumber cut is mostly cedar, of  first class quality, though a considerable quantity of while pine, fir and  hemlock is also found. On the docks  along the shore of the lake are piled at  present some two million feet of lumber. The product of the mill meets  with a big demand in Calgary and  other points on the prairie. Four car  loads were licing shipped last Friday  for Calgary. A recent car load shipped fetched over $000. The site of the  mill has many natural advantages. Ib  is deep water in the lake there all tho  year round, so that the lumber can be  loaded on to barges right oir the  spacious docks, which have been constructed by the company and are  constantly being added to. The logs,  when cut up Fish River float right  down to thc mill without driving and  are held without the least difficulty,  as storms are rare on the Arm. Tiie  water power is capable of an indefinite  increase. The limits in close proximity  to the mill contain an almost inexhaustible supply of the finest timbei.._  In fact a more desirable location for a  mill could hardly be imagined. The  company's foreman at Comaplix is Mr"  John Lewis, Mr. W. J. Fairhall is  accountant, while the general manager,  Mr. Fred Robinson, spends a great  deal of time at this point, which.is in  every respect to a veteran saw mill  man like him, such an interesting and  satisfactory one.  In fact the shores of the   Arm   present a series of ideal mill sites,  and as  the lumber industry of  North   Kootenay they -will doubtless be the scene .  of great activity in this line of business  The Uwnsite of Comaplix is owned-  by the Kootenay Lumber Co. from  whom        .' the present,     owners .  acquired the mill.   The  agent  is Mr.  C. T. -Diamond,, who   also runs the1 "  fine  large  and   well stocked store be- . -  longing  to the Kootenay Lumber Co.,   y  nt  which. a.  big    Business    is    done  throughout the flourishing Fish,River  mining  district. The   to"wft������ite is   '  prettily situated and when the Arrow-,  bead branch is extended along IheArm  GOOD  EARLY  "���������j ^��������� at Reid & Young's  Our .values ail.r through the^^tore^wiir  surprise you. It would take too long to enumerate the advantages in every line, but in  the following lines every shopper will  have a big advantage.....  Ties For Men, in Flowing1 Ends,  Derbys and Boas .....  Ladies'  Sailor  Hats..  Ladies'  ises  ALL DESIGNS AND  PATTERNS.  Summer  Underwear  Boys Cotton Duck Suits, just the  thing* for Summer Wear.  Byerything new and up to date.   You are  especially invited to inspect our stock.  MAIL ORDERS   PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.  REID   &   YOUNG  xv0jr^0jwj90*rT>9>**jtlWMMt&M  deau, owned and   managed  hy  J; A.  Magee and the Queen's of which J. A.  Cameron   ia  proprietor.    At the Lar- * '  deau, .W. Hamilton, formerly clerk at  Oriental, looks  quite   natural   and is  kept busy attending to the   guests,, as '  the house is full'all the time 9! visitors,  owing,   to .the  excitement  over the  gold   discoveries  on   Pool   and   Menhenick creeks up Fish river. The house  is very comfortable and every atten-  : tion is paid_ tiy . Mr.   Magee  aiid his  staff to the requirements and conven-  | ience   of their guests.    Mr. Magee is  contemplating enlarging the building  as he finds it too small for his rapidly  increasing    business.       The   Queen's  hotel further up   the  hill  is  quite a  large building too and enjoys a, good  share of pationage from the miners, -  saw mill men   and  ttavelling   public,  whose comfort is well looked after by  Mr. Cameron.  Nearly  opposite the   Queen's is the  government office, a neat structure, of  which   Mr.   Geo.      Smnner,    mining  recorder, is the presiding genius.   Mr.  Sumner's  hands   are  full during the  gblQ-stacnpede in-the-Fish-River camp,^-*-=  as  many  as 40 locations having been  recorded by him recently in one day.  He is, however, always pleased to see  a visitor and to furnish thorough and  reliable information about the   camp.  Further up again is the public school  over which Miss Gibbon presides and "  instructs th'e rising hope of Cotnaplis  in the way it should go.    Religion is  represented by   Rev^ S. Carey,   wlio  holds services in the  school   house or  one of the spacious rooms in the Fretl  Robinson Ldmber Co.'s big boarding  house, as there is no church at Coma- -  plix yet.  Several mining companies operating  iu tbe Fish River camp muke Comaplix their supply point, including the  Imperial Development Co., ,-whicli  owns the celebrated Eva mine, the  premier gold free-milling property  of the Fish River camp, managed by  A. H. Gracey of Nelson and the Wide  West Mining Co.. the Black Bear  Mining Co. and the Eclipse Mining Co.,  all - operating on Pool creek under ,  Superintendent Darraugh with W. H.  Jackson of Rossland, as general manager. Prof. Blockberger and A. E.  de St. Dal mas, who represent a targe  number of interests in the Camp held  in Rossland. are also frequent visitors  at Comaplix.  There is telephone connection  between Comaplix and Arrowhead,  the line owned by Revelstoke, Trout  Lake and Big Bend Co. passing '  through tbe town and on into the Lardeau. |The line will be extended this  ye.ir up Fish River to Camborne.  Transportation from Comaplix into  the camp is furnished by Magee and  Shields pack tiain, which is kept busy  throughout the season packing in  supplies.  The work on tbe government roads  and trails round Comaplix is generally done under the supervision cf C.  Bullard, but it looks as if tbis season  there was not going to be any government work done in tbe vicinity.  'vv.'-l  Jt?l lien's |ournal.  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Mr nag lug Dlreetor.  (w,  ll hear   inn tiering  and   dis'.'ontunl, 1 have Ihicii content lo   allow   lhu   Fed-  A Seml-">'**>*.-*ly Journiil pnbll-ilieil ln ilie*  Inier-rsli of ibe railway hhmi. miniii*. 111.-11 mnl  bu������lue*.s rot-ii ol the West. liny*, nl I'uljlirailun  Wednesday and Satuiday.  ADVERIISlXC   KATES.  Dinplay mK, J1.J0 per inch; single column,  12 p������r inch when inserted on title l>n|*i*  Letal ads., 10 cents per inch (nnnnitrlul) line  for first insertion; 5 cents (or ench nil.lilionul  insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line ineh  issue. Birth, Marriage and Heath Notices  free,  ��������� M.'BSCP.irTION  BATES.  Ey mail or carrier, 52 per Annum; ll.-'. (or  fix month*., strictly in advance.  Ol'B JOB DEPARTMENT.  Isone o( lhe best equipped prim lux ollices In  thr West and prepared to execute hII kinds ol  prlmtni; fn .lrsiolni������ style at honest prices.  <jme price to all. No Job too lnrsi���������none inn  ituall���������for ns. Mail orders promptly attended  to.   Give us atrial on yournext unlcr.  TO COKREM-OXIIESTS.  We invite correspondence on any snbjeci  o( Intersil to the i*ene:al public. In (ill (use*  the bona tide name of tho writer must iiccom-  panv manuscript, but not iK.ce.*.sarlly fur  publication.  Addres** all communications to the Manager.  NOTICE TO COIIKEafOMiENTS.  1.���������All correspondence must be li-glbl*.  written on one side of the paper only.  '.*.���������Correspondence ������������������ontftfiiliii* persoun'  matter inliM be signed ullli the proper mi mt*  *.( tin: writer.  , tl. GI'.OOAN,  Kdltor.  AI KX. i.i:cas.  TriivcllliiK Audit.  SatuidHV,  June Sth,  1001.  THE PROBLEM OF TODAY'  Tlie following deeply .significant  utterances are extracted ��������� from the  ���������*>|i*i*t.ch of Grand Master Monisscy nt  The owning of the Ii. li. T. coiivcu-  fion at Milwaukee, a.s reported in the  Railroad Trainmen1.. Journal :  ������������������We have entered tijjon n   new   era  of affairs.    Following the tendency  of  t'le past years combination   has   been  the rule until now almost   everything  belongs to one common concern.    Few  indeed are tlie industries that arc   not  controlled   by   the   master mind that  regulates   prices,   wages,   hours,  and  conditions of employment.   *'i>d   that  also has the  power   to   control   legislation   or   to   declare impotent, whatever laws may be enacted  against  it.  The   era   of   competition   as    far   as  capital is concerned   is  about  ended;  "laborhas not been so ready   to   grasp  the situation and   is   struggling along  with its competitive   notions   still   in  effect.     Labor  suiters the disadvant-  ' age of having stood still while capital  moved rapidly forward,   and   it   will  have to catch up with  the   procession  or find itself slowly  drifting   hack   to  the   branding   iron   and thc lash, the  prison   and   the  hovel.     (Applause.)  This may appear to be an exaggerated  statement, but a   short   reference ' lo  the application of combination methods  will convince that the situation is   not  overdrawn.  Everywhere men are being turned  out by the labor-saving marine uud the  concentration of industry. These men  seek for employment and cannot find  anything as good as they left. They  become a part of the element that  sui-ges agtiinst the gates of industry  demanding a chance to live. Add;d  to them is the poor devil who comes  here from other shores  deluded with lhe belief that tbis  is lhe land of promise, and added to  them is the millions of Asiatics who  ale waiting to threw themselves into  the labor market as soon as the bars  and if they hope to slay the advancing  tide they will have to mere the producer on lhu luoader ground of' cooperation with n fairer division of the  profits of his toil. (Applause.)  The New Prophet,  ("uuwoo, .1 nne'J.--"I mn Ki'juh, the  Prophet, who appeared lii-isl as Idijiill  himself, suvund ns John (he liuplist,  and who now cumi's iu uiu lhu rest orer  of all things, Klijih was n prophet.  John was a preacher; but I combine  in myself the attributes of prophet,  priest and i ulcr over men. Gaze on  .ne, then; 1 siiy it fearlessly. Make  ihe most of it yon wretches in ecclesiastical garb. I am he that is the living  spirilunl embodiment of ICli'ith. nnd  my commission on earth a second time  bus been prophesied by Malachi, b>  God himself, by his son Jesus, by IVtei  aul HIXX) years ago, by Moses. All who  believe nn* lo be in very truth and all  of thi.s will please to stand up."  Aud over three thousand people rose  o their feet anil greeted the dcclari.-  lion with cheers and hand-clappings.  John Alexander Dowie, true to bis  .ironiise, made llii.s statement from  the platform of the auditorium to",  night in the presence of 5,000 people.  It was the culmination of a frenzied  .speech, in which he denounced everybody and everything not in '/ion,  cursed llie Pope and the Roman  Catholic church, spat literally at  inasoncry, the newspapers and the  bankers of Chicago, and raged and  tore up and down i.he stage like a  madman.  "Understand well what I mean," he  said. "1 will take no counsel in my  methods of government. I.have come  to proclaim theocracy, pure and simple, the government of God, by God  and for God, aud 1 will never rest  until all other forms of government  have been driven Ironi tbo earth.  You talk about your democracy.  Bah. I tell you democracy has been  tried in the balance and failed. The  government   of   the   people,   by   thc  people, and for the people is twaddle.  I stand loyal to the Hag and countenance no revolution, but I demand here  and now that the name of God must  be placed foremost in the Constitution  of the United States, and the supreme  authority of God over all things must  be recognized.  Listen to the first message of thc  prophet,'1 he continued. "Vou must  pay your tithes and offerings into the  storehouse of God. Accursed lie ye if  ye would seek to rob His house of its  fulness by not obeying this, liis will,  sent through Elijah."  eral "aullinrilii-s   to exetvise-a   partial  jurisdiction.  British Columbia is not to blame fir  boldly assert itig a cnloui'iibli: provincial right lu. control- thu salmon  fisheries, Local authority ciiu develop and protect llu-salmon industry  belli, r t lui ii I'Vdepil .'iiiihiirily. The  Punsiuiiir GuviTiimiMil. is to be praised  for asserting every rij_.lit which n  judicial division may appear to confer upon tbe province. Biitish Columbia is her own worst enemy. Her  people elect servile partisans lu play  the pari of political bootblack lo every  government. Thus eastern sympathy  is estranged by prunl' that, llritish  Columbia is not. in earnest in t.ht*  defence i f her own i-i-jln**. - Toronto  Telegram.  On Fish Creek.  Mr. G. I). Scull, uf Mellon A: Scott.  . ;1 urne.l yeslerday froni llu* Ii-irdeau  I'uniitry. when* he has interests on  l'"i>h I'.'i eU, and whi'iiri! lie ri ceived  word Hint a \ cry promising si rike of  I'l'iie-iiiilllng ore had been made. The  IiuaL kuoirii mid moat dei eluped property iu thc the district is the Eva,  owned by a close Nebcn corporuliod.  This mine has already been developed  to a depth of 200 l'eet. and on ils dump  is said to be a value of three limes Ihe  aiiioiuit uf its bonding ligure. The  mine was first bunded by a French  syndicate I'or $75,Qli, which threw up  the bund after failing lo strike the  lead at a lower level than lhat already  run, when the Nelson people took it up  at a figure not made public' Mr.  Scott's claim is associated with seven  or eight others, all situate ou the same  gold belt, which has been traced lo  the oilier side of Fish creek, a distance, of two miles. The formation is  mica schist, and Mr, Scott declares  that the surface rock i.s pepcred with  the precious metal. The claims are  situated ahoul eight miles from Coiini-  plix, and a good wagon road, which  will be completed, runs up to within  two miles uf the group. The Mining  Recorder told Mr Scott thai he had  taken in $1,(X*0 alone, from about a  three-mile area, contained'in which ar*.*  the Eva and the oilier mines mentioned. The claim owners are sanguine  that Fisli Creek and vicinity will turn  out a rich gold camp in lhe early  ful nre.���������~N'uws Advertiser.  mmmmmtmm  ���������il.S-^F'Vi?'."*."^-"*^ ff������?  m  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RESERVED FOR  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  <���������������������������!   k' "3    {   Vk'1  3   JL  ___.Q23.-_i.  Revelstoke  Station.  E*  \%  \%  H  *?$  <*������  i  w  i  Si*  i  i  P  m  ^m&fj^^mmjmiimiim^w^<iim^mm  JJ&T'ri'ZP t~L$)'*<lJ ivy  ���������"���������f*"_������"���������J-"'-' i***. ��������� ���������"ft rfi-sx*. -~,*'*-,l-'*_."*".-**TB  ���������Get a camera or kodak and enjoy  yourselt. Thi'Canada, Drug & Hook Co  keep them 'it all prices.  COURT     OF   REVISION'.  IIKV....STOKI.    UIIIIXG    OK   WI.SV   KOOTENAY IHSTltKJT.  SUPl'l-KMl'S'TAIlY l.IriT.  ACOliltT OF REVISION inul appeal under  tlin-'issussmunlAHl, 1SSS", mill Aiiieinliiients,  will ljuliclil in the I'oiirl liiinse. Kcvelniokc,  un TlinrsiUv. ilia'iiltli ilny of June, l'JOl, nt tlie  hour of 11 o'clock in iliufnruinmn  W..I. DI UK BY,  Jti.li;e of the (Joint of Kcvlnion aiul Appeal.  Utivulsluku June 1st, l'JOl.  "are "dowTi. G-V'ppIaiisoT^tncl-what"^is"  to become of those who wander fnun  place to place asking employment and  wages? "Will not a constantly increasing surplus of labor sootier or later  work its degradation? The employer,  safe in tlie competith n of numbers  looking for work, imposes his own  conditions just as long a.-, he is permitted todo mi, and under such conditions wages gn downward antl manhood cheapens.  It has been well said thai for every  Mx-ial wrung there i- a remidy. but  the remedy can be nothing less than  the abolition nf tin* wrung. Half-way  lneasuix*.*-. mere ameliorations, and  ������i-cuud.iry rt>forui.������ cm acc<niip1i-.li  liltlf, and in tin* lung run avail nothing. At lhis time, whoever looks at  the situation calmly can .-ee that, the  .Mx;i.*il and iHilitical problem.*, an*  caused by the unequal distribution of  the advantages of wealth, and everything that it implies, and thoughtful  men and women who realize the great,  difference between-portentou.*, wealth  and    portentous   poverty,   of   luxury  ' and extravagance on one hand, and  suffering and destitution on the other,  who realize that the middle ground is  fast disappearing, are liending their  efforts toward a solution of thcte  questions, and it will lie admitted that  they have something to do.  If these bo called captains of industry,  who gobble up railway systems in aday  who form their gigantic combinations  and control the prices of every commodity, who employ or leave labor in  idleness on their mere carprice, or - *  the market seems to demand, if they  vril! put their ear to the  ground   lh*-y  C. P. R. New Rules.  Further information is at hand regarding the. new rules which the 0. P.  R. purposes putting in force. The C.  P. R. some time ago notified the railway committee of its intention to put  new rules into force, and asked for  the committee's consent. "Mr. .lames  T. Burke, legislative representative of  the train service brotherhoods, appeared before the committee and filed  objections to the following conditions  in the new rules: (1) Employes in  accepting employment to assume its  risks. ['2) Frequenting of places  where liquor is sold while not on duty  to b������ a sufficient cause for dismissal.  ('.!) .  Bmployes   to give fourteen'tlays  notice in writing before leaving thc  company's service, (t) Company reserves the right to deduct* from the  pay of its employes fines for neglect  of duty. etc. (.*i) Employes desirou*-  of appealing to the head of the department must do so through the*  pruper ofiicer. and tlie. decision uf the  general superintendent to be final-  i<i| Kniployes not Lo engage directly  or indirectly, in any oilier business or  trade without permiosiou. In an informal discussion which look place  Mr. Ilurke argued the cum* for the  ti-tiniiH'ii with great, skill. Ileadmit-  te.l."_!imvi.vcr. that he had nnt laid ll e  objections before the eompanv. and  wa.s .-idvised tn ^dn so. in order tn  ascertain whether the company is  willing tn meet the grounds nf complaint. If this due's nut pruve satisfactory hoth sides will be heard by  the railway committee before the  rules are adopted.��������� Russia ml Miner.  * Good Move.  A gi e it American statesman in  sislei! that "the way to resume .is to  resume," and the resumption nf specie  payment proceeded nn the lin*. of 1 is  remark. The Dunsmuir Government  assumes that the way to enforce the  rights nf British Columbia is to act  as if British Columbia had the right  to tako control of the salmon fisheries.  The judgment of the Judicial Committee ol the Privy Council was iu  the main favourable to the ther ry  tbat the control of the fisheries is a  provincial right. The decision left. ,*x  few points in doubt, and provinns  governed  by Liberal Administrations  The accommodation and   ore' train,  wilh engine I'I" and   Conductor Halfpenny, which left Phoenix   f..r  Kbolt  on   Tuesday   last,   had   a    somewhat  exciting   trip.     "When   near   Summit  Camp three   men  signaled   the   train  and produced   revolvers,   whicli   ihey  exhibited   freely   to   the    train   men.  On tlie ai rival of  the   crew   from the  rear of lhe train the tramps,   thinking  discretion   Lhe   better   part  fit'   valor,  made off and lhe train   proceeded   on  its way nothing  lhe   worse,   and soon  arrived at its destination.      An   emergency train  shortly   after   left   Eholt.  with a squad of trainmen looking   for  the desperadoes, b.it nothing has   yet  been seen or   heard   of   ihem.      It   is.  supposed   that   their intention was to  steal a tide.���������Trail Xews.  Conductor C. W. Risteen will shortly assume the duties of his new posi! ion  as trainmaster in Winnipeg. He is  the oldest conductor on the lino and  has hosts of friends all over thi*sy.i't*-ni  -'.*.'-ho-'.vi-ll-ct!*isri'atiiLitc-him_Q!i-.liii__T*,i!t>-  motion. . The run between Dauphin  and Portage will be taken by Conductor Bcddome.  BAKER, CONlvECI'lOXEK,  and caterer Etc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  PATRONIZE  HOME INDUSTRY  A Nil SMOKE -J(J  Our Special  |   and Union  |    Cigars I  | UNION LABOR  5  KEV ELSTOKE CIGAR,  M'K't". \  % COMPANY, ;  *5   Kevelstoke Station. ;  ���������c**d^-tf*tf-*-������**#:*������-w-*t**������**r������-*r*#*<^^  v.-**-. v*_vv**.*> ^..,\j ts-iv t_''^\_.'?- Vj**_Vw ..*���������-. tvi/^i--. v-i. L.*_- fc-'iii k.-**{. _,.-__ v.-,* ,'i-. >__..__ c-.cz k--i. VU-i*'..t*i> V&i'V'')  Ably furnished with the  Choicest thc Market  affords.  H  ti'irr  ���������*���������������.->  V.?;'  m  ���������rj'-flTfT-i  5 !/*$'!���������_ l<  d%*  Wl*.o!es������'i!c nnd Retail Den'crs  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MUTTON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AHD GAME IN SEASON.  "���������_.*��������� a  r,*?a  Z~.i  ��������� iM  m  m  ii������'*j3  xT"^  m  m  ^.*rTr.-^*^***-*,vJ**7,^-r*r?*T?,,"r''*-* 'st:rt^rT'r-'.rT'tr'rfr-ir-j-,.,-..-?, ,;^r*7.*^*.-^^io7.*7f,'^.?(.r.T'r't'r^>.L,fi\  j*i fe-i. iL-tiiitClxU.Ui^ii-i^iJ rn* m-i.V_---._j w>V..J. iz.iAi.'U. ^v>t.-i>'ui*^ Si. J oJ&i \&.i^iiiyij i. .i.U-iJ  ea,  !  ���������r������3i_     ' Vi,     l__  Rates:    $1.00 per day  ffi (Sgj**,  fr  fr  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  jp- ������f;|ox Revelstoke, B.C  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large,  Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  ***+-M-*M*+*M**M-**4**M***^^  ���������i"  fr .���������-.-!���������  -i<  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ���������*  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  Good accommodation.    A good'Bar. well siipohcd wilh'  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus lWeets All Trains.  rowiT & .Q-uerin  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop.  *&.  eve I st������ see  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. XV. B. Paget, Prop.  --lee for sale. ��������� Apply A.  X. Smith  ��������� Tee. Cream Sodas everyday at Slew*.  ���������I*p to dal? shirt   waists   made   at  the Madison I'.itlors.  Prompt delivery of parrel**, tMirgagc, etc.  to nny part ol the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All or<lfr������ Iflt nt It. If. Smytlie'.*! Tol.rtfcn  ?Xnrf. nr lij Telephone No.7 wlUreeelvc prompt  mieiiiion.'  ���������The newest honks nlwav* coin..   i  as <oim as printed iit the Canada Dcifj  A: Hook Co.  ���������New vaccination >hi<*ld<  comfortahh' and only 1.1c. .it the  ada Dl".!!*;-"*. Hook Co.  very  Can-  :::Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  jW4c*  "^  *#  P  R  5  Note IFeritls, Bill Meads  Letter Heads, Statements  Envelopes, etc., elc. in  an up to date, clean and  attractive manner. Send  to us for your next printing. We are sure wc  will give you satisfaction.  The   Revelstoke  Ilearld  Printing and   Pub.   Co.  I Retail Dealer in ���������  | Beef, Pork,  !   "       Mutton, Etc,  i Fish and Game in Season   ! All ...-iier" promptly ISliol.  . co.-n.-f noiiEiM    ppyr-T-^Q^R }���������*;������.  kin*: .-treet*.    i.J-i<���������tf.ui.^,i..i.'  rrops.  <r  *���������  - fr  fr  fr  fr  fr-  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *************************-f.*********************^^  g'Tsfl  MQLS.uuk ������ x  INCnlll>Cll!ATi:i>   HV  ACT (IP  I'AKI.IA'III'.NT,  lSli*-)  XBL'Ejjk.XD   OFFICE : "n^OiT'TK.ICA.Xj  Paid up Capital  Rest Fund    -  $2,500,000.  2,050,000  ���������   DIRl-CTOnS:  Win, Molson Macpherson. Picsideni;    S. II. h'wintr. Vice-President  XV. W\. Hanisav.      S:inniel lAnlev.      .1. I*, ("lesilinrn,  II. M.'irkliind Molson.      I.t.-Cnl. F. C. Henshaw.  J .'linen l'"l.l.lO'l'T, General *Muiiat;ei*.  A **eneril l.anliiii'y lmJ*.nes.s tfiiiisitcted.        Inierwr-il nllowcil ut current rules..  P. McBETH. Miuincvr.  ���������        .  "     itcvulMukv, li. C  BEDRAGGLED  SKIRTS  Tills l*-;haril wenthor on those bountiful  white skirl-i: miikes them illrty nil  ���������ironml the luittoin-���������^o you'll notwiLiil  in \%n-.li them yourself.  We wunt lliem for you, tlioii(jh.  W(.f\\unl to iiiuke lliem i*letin unil  hriirhi nml tri"-h. We.innke nil linen  look fresli nnd sweet. -  FAYETTE BUKER.  H.Q. PARSON  ���������9  0.-,  Chloride  Lime,   Carbolic  '^  (%  Acid,   Camphor, Sulphur  l'"ormaldehydc. Frumi  gating Pastilles,   etc.    Fn   (jfg)  fact all   disinfectants   ancl  (&  fu mi gators  FIELD & BEWS  Onanists nn-Utatloners,  Telri'Iionk IS. Brtwn Jlloclc.  W  ill  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better tliun riehes   We lmvc the nnmc of mnkini?  lhe onlv Mlylisli Suits In Town  ���������for tlurnulllty nml' (|iiullty  tliey ulso exeel.  ���������== TRY ONE  R. 3. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  R. HOWSON & COT.^  A8MO soo LmE.  mm' GLASS sleepers m  ALL TKA6MS.  Undertaking  AND  EmbaEmieig.  Retail dealers in Furniture  MACKENZIE AVE.  23  tt-V-J  SPRIHG and SUMMER  m  P  \?"rj  Millinery  The Latest and Most  Stylish Hnts.  m  m  m  Trimme*-     '������������������ ��������� ��������� '��������������������������� . ���������-  ^5 ��������� r_  ^ Madison   Millinery  Parlors.  jgS,  ������-53  % Misses Shepard & Bell ^  McKenzie Avenue      oa23      <tC  TOURIST CARS TO  St. Paul    --._--     Daily  -Montreal ancl Boston  -   Fridays  Toronto- Sundays and Tuesdays  Trains       for     KOOTENAY  POINTS leave Revelstoke 8.10.  Main Line Trains  Revelstoke: Eastbound  Westbound 17.30.  leave  8.20.  ���������- For all   information,    pamphlets, etc., apply to  T. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  E. P. C0YLE,  A.C.P.A., Vanoodver.B.O  1  ���������-.,  i' LEGAL  i  J    M* SCOTT 11. A., I.L.H..  Jtniri-t**r.      i*oll'*ilor,    Niilnry .Public,  lite.,  Ki*K<*i,*.i... Avenue, I'oveluloitc Station,  .voucy i.i lo ill,  H  AHVEY, -M'CAliTI"*. A  Ilnrrl (er**,  Kollciioi, for Im;  l'01l>|ilitl.,   Hind  I utsr s-iiti i i.  1'INKllAM  T-li*.  solicllor**,  i ial linn!, ..> I 'Hindu.  1,. loan nl M {.ci i o.il  IScvclsloLo alalioii, 1'.. U.  MtDICAL.  T    W.flWOSS,  Olliie:     Min-Isi���������n.'ii* ..venue,   l.i*vel-lo'<  s rili.i >>N 'I O 'I II i: i'. 1'. II,  Ill'llilll Ollli-ll, CIII   ������l   I'.l'VOlstoI.e.  CHURCHUS  mi:iiioiii-i un I.rn, ixvmsuiki:.  Pri-ncliliiK -onices  nl 11 n   in. nml ":"���������'��������� P*.'������  (;Iu.--.iiici.||iiij  nl   lh>'   elo-i*   nl   lh.'   iiioniinif  M-nli'i'.   Mniii'iih Si-lnml unu 111 hie i In1-*. ni.-i:.>i)  \\ -_-,. s I -.     Pniii'i'   .Mi.'li ������ei*y    Wi'ilin-il.iy  |.\i niu.,*   nt 7:.,il.   The    public   nre  ln\ Iled.   .'cms free. ���������    ,,  Hi-v S.J. Tiiinii'���������(..*���������.. Pn-ior.  ..uilly  .-.T. rai'iih uiriim, amii.U'as.  Eljthl n.iu , Holy I.m li i.'i-f, H a.in., mi'-t'"''*  l.ljini. nml serin..u (ll.ily i.tii'lnirl-t  ln-i hun-  dav   III   Uie  iiiniillil!  *..;*>   .-iiiiiSii/   v hool. "  elillilreii'-.-enin*: 'i'.'ii l.ven-oii;,  (china!) nnd  sermon.    Ili.lv   H������>-   'lhe  Hi">    I'.ui'linri'.l !���������*  i.i.|i.|ii'iil'*iliil7ii.iii.ui'.\ii in . ������~ iiiiiioiiiiieii.  llolv  llupllslll lllti'l i* miliil "'i'Iiiioi nl.lllj.  (���������  a. UK.. I'SII I!  Ileeloi*.  I'I.!'*. IIY1l.lt:-'.!>   ' II 1-ISl II.  Si-ivli't* everv minluy ut 1! n m. mid "������������������������������������' I'*1"*  to which till uie weli'onii*. I'rnver iiiiviniK ill  Sp. in. every Uoiliu1  in v". v.*. i*. l*.ll.l>l*i*. Pi  (or.  l-OUA.*.' cm noI le I lll'ill'll.  Muss   ill   ll>:*>*l  n. m .   '."   nr**l.   second nml  fourlh Miuiliiv*. in the ni������nili. ,,,,.,.,.  i;.*v.  riiiiKi: in ll ms.  Mectiii*; every  Strwt.  S.Vl.V.l I Il'N   AVMY.  t lu llieir  Hull <*n  l*"ruiil  0  rf* ii '���������-���������,  t'.irjr  MOT  H9TICE.  "n dnys after'  in ii*.! ciiii'.r  TAKR NOTICl*.. Him I,  ilnii! I iiiu'inl in apply  ('tiiimii-.siiiiii.rni' l.uinl.** nntl Works 1 >i  |K'i iiiisi-inii In cut nnd miry ii������'iiy  l im lift* lYnni l Im .I'HInwiir.? ili'.**ci'il>eil  limli siiuHU.d in tin-Big. Bend.lhslricl  ul'Ivi*.! i-Iiiuii'iiiiv : IJiiii'ini'iif'iiiK "t. .'i  |lll*.t pl.llltlll mi lhu imitli b.mk nl llie  (Juliiiiilii.i nvi'p nl, ,i pniiil-IS'l i-li.-iin*-  ivi*.-i nl tin* ntilli't Ipi.iii Kmli.i-.Ufi  l.nke unil marked "T. Kihi.it I'ifUV  Miiilli-\vf-,i iiii'iifi": llii'iicf f.'islci ly  iilunir I In* i-cirlli li.mk of t.lit* I'nliiinlii.i  livci-.'i'il) chains; tlii'ini* in'i'i lierly '.'A  t'li.iuiM llii'iicf wi-slfi ly ��������� '-���������) chains:  ilii-iifi* -.nm lift ly '31 cli.iiiia in pl.'iu* nl'  L*(,llllll(.'IK'(-'lllftll.  Dated ImMiiv. MOI.  t. k'LI'atri'.k.  NOTICE  TAICI*. NOTICI*'Unit IK)  ilsiy-s   ill"If  diiic  I   inU'ii'l  to iippiy i-1 i.iii.'(-'liif  C(iiii!iiift*-io!ii'i* ol" L.iiHls.-uiil Works fur  pci'iiiisMini In mil, und cut*,' away  Umber Ik-.iii Uiu following cli*.-.crilie<l  lands, hilu.it i>il in the IJig Bend Dis-  I fit-1 ol" I'-iibt, KodU'iuiy : ('oiimioiiciiig  ai.u post planted on llu* Noi Hi Hunk  nl'llu* ('i)lumliiit River .'it. llie nutlet, nl  Kiuii.-iskol. l.iiU-i: iiml ih.U'IcimI "('������������������ tt.  .*.l.':l'*U'ti*i''s ���������..mlli-i'iisl ctii'iifi'," llii'in-'f  wohtfply mIoh.h tin* lunik nf llu* Cnliiin-  liiii I'ivi'V 1(11'fliiiins; llii'tici* niii'lliOO  fh.'iiu**.: llu'tii'f f.-ihti'i'ly Hit '*"'1,1.'."s  itiiiii* in* |i**..s In 11n* iniii'Kiii "'' K'1*-  Ii.*i*.ki'1 l.iilci*: Uiciii.'f I'nIlowiiiK Uif  hlmii' ol" Kinli.iKUft. I.iike toinilinl po>l.  1'.".(fil ail li April, 11)01.  (I.S. ..W.CAIi'.nil".  jliif      y\   /\    V.-.'    \  W!t.   /  \ / \ ;;-'-.v    x/  r   X'^y **. V'.-.   'Jn.:  lied   liu-i.. Decree lnrott -*reo:i.l end f.-urth  Kridiivs nf fin h  mull tii:   White Ko-e  I)'cree  lveels'Ilrst I'ridnv-oi .**ich Mini I h,in Odiitoi.ovv i.  Hull.   Visiiin,; bretnren vvelcoiue.  WM. WA'i'sOS'. HV.  '.DWAltllS.  PreiiiJent. ceeret'iry.  TIOB  TAKl'" NU'l'IC!'" Uiui '>���������' ilnys'il'ifi  il.iif I intfiiil in *ipply l" "if Dliifl  Cniiiiiii's-iiiiifi* nl !,.ui(ls -iml Winks  Im* pfi ini-Miiii in i ni .mil lurry n.viy  liinlifi- I'riiin lIn* '.iilliiu'in... ili-sfi-iliL'il  l.'imis ������:t u.iti-il in tin.* Hxa IJi'iiil, Disti-icl  nt" L'insl Knolfii iy: (Jmnitii*iic-:uie *'il ������  pi>.-l pl.inli'il iif.'ii' I In* Wnoil i iver ti,lil  .i I Kim f*'!) flinint* cihl ol'".Voi nl iii-i*i nml  ui.'ii'ki'il "F. .). A(ln'n''.s nnilli f.i-,1  toriiei* ; llifiHf ill n, Sonlh-WfM fi'lv  iliifi-iinn iif.ir I In* soul li li.iuk of Wood  i-ivi'i* I'll) climns min i* nr Ifbs lo minimi'li nl Wood i ii-i*i; llii'iicf s'oiillioi'lv  20 clinins; ilu-iifc iini'lli���������.-islfi'ly SO  eh.iiiis: Lln-iiff si'iillioily y.*i fli.iiiw lo  llu: iinrlli-vvi'sl.' (oi-ni-i nl' A." Lind  in.u-U's hunt; I lii-nii-������������������nt.lfi'!*.* .SU (.���������liiiins*:  tlifiui* iiurllifi'iy lfi'i (li.i'nis lo llu*  noi nt nl' fin mi ion i*f ni"! 11..  '   l'.tlfd l.-l.Mnv, IOIH.  F. 3. ADAfR.  ���������TAKE >,"OTIC'K Unit. .10 ilnys nfter iliito 1 in-  lend lo unplv* to tin: Chiei I'oinrniKsio'.ier of  Lands nnd Work*, for i.ennis.siun to eut nnd  curry nwny timber from lhu fulliiwitiK described innds .-itun'.cil in thu llij; liend IJistriulof  West, ICriiituiii-.y: C'tuiiiiiuueluK ttt ������ post  plumed on the west, bunk of tlie Columbiuriver  iieur the intjuih of Seymour Creek uud inurked  ' R. l-iliiekinoie's ii.ii tn iu-t corner": thenee  we-tcrly mi i hums; ihence southerly 1111! cli.'iin-;  IIiiiiill* ei.-ieilj U) chum- tu Un* west lunl; of  [lie I'liltiiniiM :iver; iIiliwc northerly iilon**  -.ud bunk ni'i eii.iuis to ilie puinlot couiiii'jiiee*  iiien:.  Uuled lliMI.iv, 10il.  It. 1JI..V.CK.M0I1K.  2TOTICE.  TAKK XO'Mfi: tlint J. lMunrd MotcnIK  itiifiiit n> iippl. .iii ilit\i nfiur ilnii* in liie Clnui  l'unimi-*.niiii'rVif l.itinN nntl Wo. !;���������- for |-iiri',]fc-  '.iini tn fu L' :i:iii uirrv away limhcr irmn iliu  uiliov. i:ik (li-rr'tiKMl bml** -iiuutcd In We1-1  Koutmniy: C(>nim.,n<,i:i.-' nt c |hi������i jtinutcil nt  .Iil- u.ntith <M llalihcn Cn-vl; niiti jniiil.t.''t  ''JMuiiitl :U'ii'ull<jS t-iir.tli We.i Ciiriiur";  tlH'.it'.* mn lh rJo i-hiuu1-; iliL'iit't* wu-t 111 (���������linni'-;  tliuiuo -miLil 1JU chu.n'*-; U.-.-nru enst lu  rlsniii'i lu thu pliK uof CHiiiimuiu-eiueiil.  I Hi led Hiis'JiilU day of April. A. I>,. 1901.  -...jjwakd mk'icalkj:.  NOTICE  TA.KKN0T.1CK that  date 1 intfiid lo   apply  ISO days iil'tei*  tn Uiu (Jliief  Coiiiinit!.sioii<..p'o[ Liiiids mid Works fop  pci'iriission In cut and.. cappy away  tinibfi' fnun. tho l'ollowin.u,' doscribed  lands sititaUidiii. tlie Big Hcnd Dis-  ti'icl of liasr,Koot6nay : Ooiiiiii(ji:<;iti������  ill a ]in.-.i. planted im tlio ii'ii-lli-i-asl  bank of thf Ooliiiiiliiu livcv at Uu-  sniilh-cisl. enviifi' of 1>. Koliinson's  applic.'tlioii and niiu-Ufd ".Mmiay  lluinu's south-west coi'iicv"; (lu*iici>  nni'tli IK) di.iins llifiiuu oast, 120 fhains  mow* oi* li-.-ss lo JJnsIi pivop; Uifiicu  so'itli-Wfsiffly itUin^ tlio bank of i'u.sli  l i\'..p 1)0 chains iimio oi' less; tliuiici*  wt'sti'i'ly iilong tliu north b.tnk of thu  Columbia rivur to initial jiost.  Diiti-il 2,-jUi April, 1901.  "MURllAY llUMFi.  T A KI" NOTICE I lui! I, Jnlin n. Kimiip, iutenil  lo npplv :'.0 iluvs micr dnie lo the Ouief Ciini-  uii'-sioiier ol l.imds nnd Works fur perinis-lon  to fin uud cjrrv nvviiv liniLci* irom lhe follow*  im: (lesi-i ibed hinds sittinied iu We-i Koolenny:  Coiituieni.in*; nt u po-t pltuited in lite Sou in-  west corner of P. II. Peterson's hind nnd murkce  " Jobn li. Kuupp's Ninth U'cm corner."; theuii  uiirtll I'i chill us; theuce enst ll-ui-hiilns thelici  Millth* lu ehnins; tliuiiee west hiu ehnins lo llu  piitce of comuieni'enient-  linleil lhis ami duy uf April, A. Tl., ]1������01.  JOHN D. KNAPP.  Gold Ranp,e Lodsrc I', cf P..  No. 26, Kevelstoke, S. C.  Mffls fvi*i*\- V.'i-diiP?ibiy in  Oilcltf llnvvs'" Hall ;itSii"fliiC'k  Visitintr Kniiilits invilcii.  l-'fllHilMil*:. CO.     :     :::-.-���������  F."-\V. M ACK'.NKOT, K. <)L*' It. Si S.  NOT1  3sTOTIC!-E3-  TAICi: XOTHJi: 111111 ::o ilnvs nfter date I.  Inlend tonpplv to the Chief OHinin|ss|oner of  l.niid- nml Winks toi u Ilceife 10 cir. umber on  ine fi.llowlu..; iicscnbed I11111I-: Coiiiinencin*;  nt 11 posi nu the si,i**ji biink of the (.'oluuihiii  Itivei, ubout. ���������- >]intrler 01 11 mile iihuve "*-ui-  liu.-e itnpids" ��������� , mirked "IVtMcUnrlv'sluithil  I'11-l"; thci.Ci* ruuiiu**; in n 1101 th-vvesierlv  direcliou nl,111^ the bunk of :he Columbii.  Hner unu nud 11 Inili miles; th**nce soulh  wcsierlv ouciiiidone hull miles; thence south*  en-ierly one mile; theuce'jioi liierly scveiu.  chuiiis; theuce cisttrlv one htilf mile: them,  iiorilier'iv lu eluilns to Iheinlinil po*.l the plni e  of coiiiiiieneeiuenl, eontiiiinn*; u 1,'JUU acres  moi.' or le-s.  Duted this-������tli dnv of April, 1001.  ]���������'. JU-UAKT. ,  per T. llouvi:,  III*, Ayent.  TAKI5 NOTICE Unit 30 rbiys nl'lfi*  dale I inw-iiil In apply lo llu* Oliiff  Oiiniiiiissioiici* of Ij mils and Wm k? I'm  pi*rinib������i(iii lo cut nnd fari-y nwny  tiinliff I'i (im 1 hi* following ili'Sfiilifd  lands sitinitfil in tin* Hip J3i*nd District  nl Kast Koolenny : Coiinneiic'iiik ������'- 11  post plalilfd nn* llu* iiiulli lunik nf tin*  Onliiinbia river tit llie nutlet of Kin-  'l.islift jjiiki* nnd mai'kfd "IC. jM.  Allum's north-east ffirnei"; llieiicu  -onllifily *8D t hains; thenr-f w.-stei ly  125 fhaiiis ; ilieiifi* inn tlierly SOchuiiis  io the hank nf Ihi* Coluinliiii river:  ���������hence easterly nloiitf said river to  nitial po'l.  Dated 20lh April, 1001.  E. M. AU.U.M.  MOT10I  m  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1653  leeui-cr liieeimjjs mi. held 111 th'.  Oddfellow's Hall ou the 'ilnrii l*r.  dnv 01 ench lnoiiiii. ni s 11.111 sharp.  Vliilin;: brctlir*.'!! c.u'.luili.v united  Till)-?. .-TKKii. l> .M.  W. xs. ill It-N i:Y. R- c.-Pee.  A. K. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND AS3AYER.  Kovnl Sehonl of Mini's. Loi'.ilon. Seven year  ut 'Morfn Work-, Svwm-oa.. 17 yenrs Cine!  Chemist, to Wiiian Con! nnd Iron i;o., hug  I.uie Chemist find .\s-a\cr, Hull Mn*.o>, Lid. .  Clnims e.Miiuined niu! reported 11 pun. -  Revelstoke, B.C  TAFvK NOTIOE that :*0 days .-'.11 er  date 1 iiiLend to apply to tho Chief  Oomiiiissionei' of Lands aad Works  for iiermission lo cut and carry away  tinibor l'rnni the lollowino; described  lands .situated in the iiijj; sUcud District of East Kootenay: Coiiiinunciiig  ai* a post plimteil 0:1 the north bank of  the' Columbia river at tins outlet of  KinlKi-skel. Lake and marked "A. .lohn-  sdii's, north-west corner"; Uiencosoufch-  oiiscei'lv .-ilont. the south .shore of  Kinbasket Lake 170 'chains: tlicnce  south-westerly -10 chains: theuce  wesloi lv i!b i:lminp. thenco soutli-  \,-i.slei*l':.- AU chains: thence v.'esterly SO  chains; thence noi'Lhei'ly along E. il.  Allum's limit '  les.s lo initial post.'  Dated ....Ui April, 1001..  Tnl:i* notice Unit thirty dn\s i.fler (Into 1  iu'cnd to noply lo the chief Ooinun-sioiier 01  l.nilda nud Wnil:*. foi pel mission loeut nml  curiv ixwttv timbi'i Irom thc ro'ilovviiu: de���������  eribcd lii'.id- siti.uied in ilie Ills I'.end Districl  of l.nsi lCu(.ieuuv: commencing 111 n posi  plnuied ou the west b-ink of the loliiiuliiii  Kiver 111 the heml of burprise Ilnpids nncl  marked ���������'���������-'nsiin Ilobnison'.s .soiith-e.ibccornei',;  ihence suiith-i.csteily tu ehnius;ilicii(C noilh-  vve-ierl\ I'M cli.iins; thence 1101 tli-eiistei ly fell  ehnins '- to thc west h.ink of the (oluinbin  Kiver; theuce s.uiih-eiisterlv ulont: liio wesi  bun I: of the Columbia Itne'r to the* poi in of  comment eineni.  Duted the -i7ih dav of April, 1001  ���������    SUsAN UOniKSON".  NOTICE  TAKEN01TC13 lhat  HO  days  nfter  dale 1  inlend  10 apply   10   llie   Chief  Onmiiiissioner  of  Lands   'ind   Works  for pel mission in cuL and  cairy  away  ��������� iinlier fiom   the following   described  anils situated in the Big Bend Disliicl  if West Kootenay:    I'ominenciiii-; at ;i  insl planted on   lhe East sidfe of   the  'Columbia river aliout 120 chains below  In- month nf Canne liver and   niaiked  "\V.    E.    McLaughlin's      north-west  corner":  thence southerly * along   the  hank of the Columbia river _..".'. clmins;  thfiu-e    e.i������lerly    -10    chains;     thence  iiorlherly 230 chains;   thenie   weslerly  ���������10chains  lo lhe   poinl   of  commencement.  Dated Sid -Mav. 1001.  XV. E. JlcLAUGIlLIN.  REVELSTOKE  WATER LIGHT & POWER CO  ,     "isroTias.  Parties nre cautioned nuaiiisi uslni; the  ooiiipuny'.*! water for lnvvus und Kurileiis vvilh-  out (irst obtuiniiig a hose pcruill.  11. _'"I.<)Vli, Secretary.  Mny litis, l'JOl.  NOTICE  TAKU'NOT ICE Mini, III) days after  (l;iic I inlend to apply to thu Chief  Conunissionei* of Lands and Works foi  pennission to cut and carry away  timber irom Uie following described  lands situated in the Big Rend District of Eiiht Kooienay: Conr.nencing  at a post ]limited on the south hank of  1.1 iu Columbia river about IK miles below Surprise Itapids at the'nioul.h of 11  creek and niavUed "('. I'\ landmark's  north-west corner": thence easterly  along the bank oi'(he. Columbia river  V2T) chains; thence i-oiah-weslorly HI)  chains; thence westerly 12.1 chains;  thence northerly SO chains to initial  post.  Dated 20th April, 1001. '      ���������  U. F. LINDMARK.  TAKE NOTICIO that 1*0 iluys afl.**r  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Coiiiiiiissioner of Lands and "Works for  permission t.o cut and carry away  limber i'i 0111'the following described  lands sitiialed in the Big IJund District of P'ast Kootenay: Commencing  at a post planted on thn south bank 01  the Columbia river iilioiit/l miles west  of Cummins Creek at the 'mouth of a  large Creek and marked "IC. C. -Mc-  Cnrler's north-east corner'': (hence  southerly -IO chains: thence westerly  2.10 chains: thence northerly -10 chains  to the bank of Uie Cohinibia '.'iver;  thence easterly along said ban.'. 2,*.U  chainsto point of commencement.  Bated 1st "Mav, 1001.  "  IC. C. "McCAllTER.  &  IX  rprTrf"'.-pi  jL i.OJda  JO    chains   more  or  A. JOHNSON.  KDWAHD A. HAGGEN.'  Mining Esci-ci-M-ii.  Member American Instui.io Muiinj KiiKinccr-  Member cnii-ulinn -H:iiiu_; ln-tiluie.  ji]:vi:l**tok'.".. n.c._  r.tanilnation of and report*! 0:1 Jlinernl  propel lies a speei-iitv.  NOTICE.  Takk Notice that :I0 t!ti\i- aTtcr rtntu I intend  loiipiily tu tlie lLjiui* runnnissjoner of LniuK  and Works ior iiormis-iun to cut and i*urry  nv.ny ihnbyr from ilie following dc-enbed  lands suuniud in the tariboodistrict of Jlriti^li  culuinhia: fommuiicint: at a ]iost ])lant(;d at  tho mouth 01 iiuulder cieuk, on tlieca*-t side 01  ciLimu Kiver. and marked " T. MeMahon's  iiorth\.c-t forner"; ihence northea-.torly to  ehuin-5; theni'eiOUthua<-terly ICOchain-.; thenee  *.oiith\\e,*ter!> 60 ehuini to the east bank of  canoe river: thence nortl-we^iurly ahmj; the  b-ink of said river to the noint of cominence-  niont.  TDated the lit dav of Mav, 1001.  T. McMAHON.  T"  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  dale 1 inlend lo apply-lo the Chief  I'oiniiiissiniier of l.inds and Winks  for pei mission lo cut and fairy away  limber from the following described  lands situ.iletl in tlie Big Hend District  ot West Kootenay; Coniineiiciiif? at a  post planted on the west bank of the  Columbia i iver ahoul. 20 chains below  the ii.outh of Canoe river and marked  '���������.I.E.   Johnson's   north-east   corner";  thence,   wcsierlv   SO    chain*!  Ihence  sontbeily 11.0  chains:  thenie easterly  SO ibaius to the bank of lhe Coliiinlii.i  river:   thence   northerly . .iliing    said  bank to point of cotiimeiicenieiit.  Dated 3rd May, 1001.  - J. E. JOHNSON.  TAKE NOTICE that 80 days after  date I intend to apply to tho Chief  Commissioner of Lands and "Work*, for  permission to cut and carry away  timber from the following described  lands situated in the ]3ig Bend District of East Kootenay: Commencing  at a'posl planted on the north bank ol"  the (Johnnhia river 300 chains west of  the mouth of Cuunniiis Creek and  marked ''A.. ?vl. Pinkham*s south-east,  corner"; thenee northerly -10 chains;  thence westerly 230 chains; thence  southerly -10 (.li.'iins lo the bank of tins  Columbia river: thenco along said  hank 2,j0 chains to point oL commencement.  Dated 2nd Iilay, 1001.  A. U. I"TNKIJA"M.  Document -handed  to [General  Manager      McNiholl   '    For  Signature. "  Month.*..-.!., May Ul.���������-Mr. MiNicoll  C. P. 15. Cleneial iniiiniKW, today  tecived lhe document which thn  cominiltee is endeavoriiiK to have the  conipiiuy accept and sifih. Il contaiii*-  ���������i nuuibi-r of clauses poinlinu ont how  employees of tlie maintenance of the  way depiitment should be dealt  .villi in (he event of trouble between  the company and the employe, that  should nn employee be discharged  wil bout justice, he shall he paid for the  time oil' duty awaking an investigation ; llinl ten hours shall constitute a  day's labor, except in lhe case of  ���������.wililiinen, walchuien, pumpmen, mid  many other ni'itters uf detail as to  work and wages.  Tbe concluding paragraphs of the  repoit are comments nf the grand  preuidfiil of the Urotlieihoi.il of Kail-  way trackmen. It is stated the  position which will probably be taken  by lhe geneial manager at the  nie.-*en( conference' is 'thai the company is now paying more fur ils maintenance of way labor than any other  railway in the country. The fact that  lhey aie paying more is admitted, but  these wages, it is contended, do not  unable lhe men to maintain thetn  selves anil their families in a manner  becoming to citizens {j of a gieat  empire, and furthe-tmoie it cannot he  conceded that one employer of labor  ihnuld not increase lhe wages of workmen because he is paying more wages  I ban another.  H/  TA ICE NOTICE that WI clay-, after dale I iiiti'iul lo .luplv io tliu'Cliiul Commissioner of  I-mils .uni Work- !'oi*,i)ci*mi*5*-;on lo cul und  eiirrv iiiv.iv timber from llio tollow ine cluscrib  cilliiii(l-������itiial(..it in llio HiB Uend District or  West Kontenny: Ci.iiiineiieinB at. a iki-i  .ji.inled on tliu wW, liank ot the Coluinliiii  r.vei .ilium li:*) eliiiins south of the lnonlli ol  Sov inour Li'cokiiiiiL iiiiirkul ".l.uue*. Aiuluison's,  nn'iili-en-t coniei*": tln"iicc.wi*������lurly W) chains:  llieiicu southerly lil) ehnins: thenco ea-U-i 1} !*ii  e'.i.i'.ns lo iho west hank of the Coluniliiii river,  ihoneo norchi'vly nloiiK s.iiil vvc-L bunk ViX!  eli.'iins to the iioint of eoniiiieiieeineiit.  U.itcillilh Ivl.iy, ltKll. *  .ia:>i'.',"> ant������i*.i;80N  NOTICE.  H.   EDWARDS  TAN!! 1������"MIST.  m:;*:p. hi adp, I'.niDS, i:ti*. MOU.vri'n,  1 i.^ i'i*.. null ami l-cpuire.l.  LOVKltlM.'? Ol li SIMS0     : - ������o(*nii(l ������tr"t*t  TAKE XOTK.I'" that SO days after date T inlend to miplv to the C'hiol' Coininifsionei'oi  l.iinds nml Works lor iiei'inis-ion to out nnd  c.irrv anuv tiinber fiom the following nescrih  '���������il lnndi- -itn.ited in the Hi;, llond Uislriet ol  West ICooten.iy: Conin������*iieiii!_r at a post  lil.intcil on ihe west bank of the. Colninbi.i  river at a point one unci a half miles soulh oi  tlios-outhi'i'lv liniitot Hojil'smnehiinil inurked  ���������John j\n(l('.|*son's noi'tli-uiisccoi'iii'i "; thenee  wcsierlv Ml chains; thenee i-oiitheily.l-U chains:  ihciu'o e-islcily to chums totlie west bank ol  rhi; Co'nunbia river; Ihence northerly along  -.���������ii1 bunk 120 eh.iiiia to the point ol commence*  n cut. , ^*  l>ati>il Till May, 1001.  JOHN* AXDKRSON. ���������  Take Xotici: that CO dayi, after date T intend  to apply to the chief coi'iuni-i-ioncr of I.unds  unci Winks for 'permission to cut nnd carry  away tinil.ijr from the follovvini; desenbecl  lands Minuted in thecurihoo District of llritish  Columbia: eoinmc'.iclii'.' at a post plnnied on  the west bank of canoe Kircrnt the month oi  Oliicier cieel:. and maiked " Elizabeth Mc*  MuhonS northeast corner"; thenee soutli  vvc-teily 80 chains; thenee somheusierly ICO  ehnins; thence northeasterly SO chains lo the  west bank of (anoe Kiver;'thence norlhcri*.  folloum**; the vim bank of canoe Kiver ICu  ehnins to the point of commencement.  Dated the 2nd duy of May, PJUl.  ELIZAill-TII McMAHON'  NOTICE  ���������TAKENOTinElh.it 30 days after  date I inland lo apply to the Chiel  Commissioner of hands and Works  I'or permission to cut and carry away  timber from the following described  land-i fitnated in the Big Bend Dislricl  of West Koot'may: l.oinnieticinga!. a  post planted on the west side of the  Columbia rivei* about 120 chains below  the mouth of Canoe river and marked  "F. W. "McGregor's north-east corner";  thence soulhpily along the west bank  ot said river250 chains; thence westerly  40 chains; thence northerly 250 chains;  ihence easterly 40chains to the poinl  nf cotnnienci'inont.  Dated 3rd Wav. 1001.  "F. xv. McGregor.  Weighs i54 Tons .And   Has   a   '  Six Foot Fly Wheel���������Biggest  Ever Made*. :  Stipeiintei'.denl Ir*_jan, of  the Grand    ������������������  Tiunk Railway,  h.is-t new pet. which    *  he calls OSS.      It is the greatest loco-    ���������  motive that ever i oiled  over the   'rails  of the Tufonto  yards,   and   no larger    ���������  one could get inside the  roil nil  house  without raising   the   inof.      The  big   .  loioinulive wliich   hauls   the average  fast passenger train,   weighs   00 tons,  but this gaze.le tips  the   scales at   151  tons.    The ordinal y  flj-���������.vheel_.is rive  feet  in  diameter ;  lhe   wheels whicli  cany this one are 72 inches high.   To  feed her us she flys across lhe desert  of steel she curies ten tons of coal and  ;-  six   thousand   gallons of water, about  double the   allowance   of the average  %  passenger engiti".  This graceful ci eat ure is.05 feet long,  and the top   of  the  boiler lowers up  15   leet   above   IheiaiU.   The pistons  aie 20 by 20 inches, nnuh larger than '  the   oidinaiy,   and  she will cairy 200  pounds steam  piessuru instead of 135, ',  but in spite of this, and in sp'.te of her  great diawing capacity, she   is   not u.  heavy eater of coal,  as  she works  at ,  easy pressure, and does not throw coiil  out of lliestnoke stack.  This engine working easy will saunter along at 00 miles an hour and draw '  from   10 to 14 cars, and if pressed will  leave the telegraph poles behind at 70  miles an hour. ��������� She will  be placed _oti .  lhe  run   between  Niagara Falls   and .  Sariiia Tunnel, and will make the run  without  change.     The    engine    was  turned out  of the Grand Trunk shops --,  at   St   Charles,, and   was designed by ',  Mr. Frank \V. Morse, Supeiintendent  of motive power.  n^j*-*i  * 1 <Ji.-..i:i*-i Is ail  . Exposition  \                                                 "  V  NOTICE.  Etf:  I-" i  . Y., U. S.A.May '.c  ember, iqoi.  Oi-SFLL.iV.!  TH  -.0  z/  O   !'.  'J'A KF. XOTICK that*-VI (lays afier dato I in  tc*iicULc>_.iliiily_t(>_lhe__Cliiet Coinniia-iioner ol  l.nnils and  \\*'orks lor licimRslon  to culiiiiil  i.Hiyav.av timber from  lhe tollowln^du'ci'lb-  i*ii lands siuiiued in lhe l*m Bend lli-itriet ol  l.*.*..-l Koolontiv:    C'uniiiieneinf,'nt :i iiosl iihuil*  d on lhe e.ist, hunk of the I'l-liiiiiliiii river nl  ' he hend of Surprise Ua-iids and maiked "Dan*  e.    lioliinson's   noi'tli-wcsl.    corner";    ihence  .mrrli oiHlerlvSOeliiiin*;: Ihence sontli-ensterl}  -M ehains: thenee ioiilli-\ve*.lerly su chains t.i  .In.* bunk of I he ('iiliiinbi.i river : thenee north*  ������������������������������������-tai*!',- aloiiK the h.ink or lhu Coliunbia river  i _'.i fliain-? lo t he point of eoiiiiiieiieeiiienr.  l.^ted lhe '2l.li day of j\nrll. ISIOl.     ���������._.���������..  DAN'IKL KOlilNSON'.   v  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE '.hat 30 dn.s after date 1  intend to apnly lo the Chief Commissioner ol  I.anils and Works for permission to cut and  i-arryavvav timber from the following de���������  erihed lands situated in Ihe caiiboo llistriei  of llritish Columbia: commencing at a posi  planted on the east bank of Canoe Kiver, at a  point ICOchiiuis north of the month of Honlder  Creek and marked " James vicMo-hon's north-  vve*a*('orner'; ihcneeeasterlybiichains; thenee  southerly 1GU chums'; thenee westerlyyi clmins  mon: or less lo llie east bank of Canoe Kiver;  ihence northerly iilong tlieeasibank of Canoe  Kiver to the poiiit of eominciu'emeiit.  Dated lhe lind day of May, 1901.  JAMES McMAHON.  -y-  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date I intend to apply to the Chiel  Commissioner of Lands and Works  tor permission to cut and carry awav  timber from ihe following described  lands situated in the Big'Bend District  ol East Kootenay: Commencing at a  post at the norih-east. corner of A.  I.indmark's limit and marked "T.  Home's south-west corner"; thence  easterly 02 chains; thence nortlieily  180chains; thence westerly 02 chains;  thence southerly 100 chains to tlie  point of commencement.  Daled Oth May, 1001.  T. IIORNE.  NOTICE  o  Tlie following   applications   have   beep,  received for Liquor Licences:  Swan   Anderson   Retail    Licence    Ille-  cilllcwacl.  Edward     Harrington    Retail     Licence  Illecillewaet.  J. J. Foley Retail Licence Arrowliciid.  E. J. Kerr Retail Licence Arrowhead.  .���������John Cameron   Retail   Licence   Goina-  plix.  J. A. McGee Retail  Licence  Comaplix.  Issue Bate Nock Retail Licence  Thomson's Landing.  r T. J. Grahame Retail Licence Thomson's Landing.  John Hector Retail  Licence   Nakusp  J. D. Bonnie Retail Licence'Nakusp.  Thos. Abriul Retail Licence   Nakusp.  " And further take notice that the regular  meeting of the Board of Licence ��������� Commissioners will be held in McLennans  Hotel, Trout Lake Cily, on June 15th,  1901, at 1.30 p. 111.  R. A."Upper.  Chief Inspector. .  Ten Thousand Troops to  Pass  in   Review   Before   Duke,   of  Cornwall.  The greatest gathering of "Canadian  t.-oops since confederation is to take  place in Toronto during the visit of  tlie Duke of, Cornwall and York.- The  government, instead of having a number of-reviews in. different places, 'will  make the military feature of the trip  an attraction at one point only, and  Toronto is the chosen city.  Not less than 10,000 men will be assembled in the Queen City. Tliey will  he brought from every part of the pro-,  vince, and include all arms of the sei'-,  vice. Transportation, pay, and subsistence will be furnished 'by the  Dominion government. The cost for  the two or three days the men are  away from their homes will be not less  than $10,000.' -   '  NOTICE  To all the i (1'; ������������������������ of il e I. C  tliroii'-hom the vw.rld���������  CIlliliTl.N'G :  You are hcrebv fraternally requested to  unite v.iih the v'n**t anuv 01 Oiid 1 c*l:ovis In  lmiklni: "Odil Kelhivis' l;iiys" nt lhe 11111-  Anieiicaii Exposition nieiiionible In the iinnals  01 our beloved order, nnd to ihnl end vve  eMend 10 the member*, of vour loil-ii.* aiordinl  llivnnlh.il Ii> be ple*enl on Illl" in cilslnll.  On June -V.-'-T we iinileipale the ploii'iire of  meeilin: and -.rei'tini* i.riind Sue Cable, llu;  t.rr.ud Mn-ii'r and cruiid mbei is of i-m-li l.iiiml  1 ods-e Jiirisdli-iii.li ilioroii(.*iioul lhe world, 11s  well ii- many of the lni-mliei*; uf vour 1. (.i*c.  In order ihnl every mid l*e)lovv uud llebt-lul.  111 nv bu Infillii'i'il nl tlio iron, iiiieiithuis of llu  liiiffiiln (..dd lello'.vs. v-.e r.'speeiinlly iei|i.e*i  *uu to have ihlscnril ill d lhe enclosed letln  in lined In M'lir ilinlv (inn vveeklv i:ei,-| i.i.trs.  IraleriiHllyMiurs,    l.O.O. 1'. l'AN AMl'l'lCAN   CO.MMl'lll*-'*..  To all Ihe I.<)i!j.cs of the I. 0. O. 1".  'IliriMiglioui the v.orM���������  GKKKT1XO :  The l'an-Ameriean l-.xpo-.iUon will ho bold  In lhe vaiy of Kuffalo, X. Y.. U.&, A., 110:11  Mav 1st to "Nov. 1st, l'.ul.  " The nddfellovvs of Buffalo, desinnp to  cxemplifv the iokc1iiiii;s of our craiul onler���������  lliat 111 "uMbiiiIiiik an honorable reception,  fratornal *,'reetiii|i nnd fiuncroiis hospuaiit.v 10  oiir bietli. 111 fiom ' striinge cities anil ttistiiut  suites"���������Iiiim* o) cued 1111 (jdilfcilov/s' lleud-  (iiinricrs 111*113 tllieot Siiiinrc, Hnffalo, where  books of roitiblrv will be kept, unit (oinpeieiii  uriieseonstautly in charge to give (irou (if  cost) reliable infnrmniioii to the visilinir Oddfellow, hi*! mm liv and friend.s, sojnuriiiiiL'in  our i**'.tv, nnd where (.ne may be dlieeted to  Vicu': and lespectable huiels, boiuiliiij,- or  prmite bouses.  Visitors are at liberty to have telegrams and  mall -uldrct.'-cd 10 them in care of sul'l head-  * NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICK Hint Slidios after dntc 1 intend lo npplv lu llie I'lilul Coiiiinlssioiier of  bunds und Woiks lor perini-s'on lu cut .mil  curry 11 vvnv tiinber rrom Ihe follovvini; dci-erih  id lands hiliinlLiI in lhe Ills Hend llistriei ot  i''~*\, Kooiennv: I'oinineni.iiil,' at 11 pus'.  ) lu.*led on the e.'.st haul: "I the (,'oliiinliiii rivei  1 t 1 uoinl, li'O i.*h.'iin.ssouth of Hie -oniliiTl!  im'*; ol* lhe hinds brloiiitinn lo lhe I'lli*>Siir.  fcyn l.i.ilu and iii.ul.i'il "SuiiikI ".leMnhon'-  1011 li-vvest I'oriu r"; ihcnce easterly th ehaiiis ;  llio ice 1.011 lierly 1IVI ehuiii-; theiivi. vve-ierly fi  ehen- to the en-t bunk ul the Columbia, river:  th) ice suuth'.rly ulmi.* the c.isl bunk of tho  Co iiinliln river llii ehnins 10 lhe pliu-e of com-  lu: tcciucut.  lUtuil (itli Mm, 1901.  S.\MUKL McMAirOX.  TAKE N'OTICK that SO days nfter date 1  intend to apply 10 tlie Chief Commissioner of  Lauds and Works ior permission to eut and  cairy awav umber 110111 the lollovvinir described lauds situated in tbe cariboo District  of i'.riri-li Columbia: eoinnieiiein*; al a posi  planted on tbe We-i bank of Cnuoe Itiver nt n  ponu 11 bunl 20U feet north of (ilncicr* lireek.  andmnrked "G. l*Cnn|,p'.s southeast corner;"  Ihi-nce west SO chains; thenee noilherly h'.d  ebains; thenee easterly ill ehnins more or Ies*  10 thc* bank of Canoe Kiver; thenee follovvini..  the westerly bunk of Canoe Itiver to the point  of commencement.  Hated the and dav of Mav, l'.TH.  G.KKAl'P.  NOTIOE.  T.A KE NOTICE that .H) ilnys after date 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and ".Vol ks tor rcimi**bion to cut and  e.urv ivwuv timber from the lollow lug de.ser.b-  cd l'uiili siiuiittd 111 tin* Uiu Uend lastrict. 01  West Kootonay: Coiiinienein*,- .it a poi  planted 011 the en-l ban!: ol the Colninbi.i riv ei  at u point 1011 chains somh of the southerly  limit of the lands heloni-'ini. to the I'iltsliuru  BMidic.iteaiidiuaikeil " lleniietla JicM.ihon'*-  Jtil  TAKK NOTICK Unit 30 davs nfter date I  Im.Mi.I lu apply to the Chief Coiiuiii-.*loncr 01  Lands and Work's for permission to cm and  uirrv awav t niher from lhe lollovviu^ do*-*  .Tlbud liiiiilssitiiiited 111 Ihe III-,' Hend I'i-lilci  ..I \V-Gs* Kooteiuiv: i oniineiielui; al a posi  i.binte I on the bu'nk 'of the Columbia I'.lver.  between tho mouth ct Wood' I'.lver and llu  mouth of Canoe 1'lver nnd inurked It.ri. Wil*  -on'- northca-'t i-'e.irner;" tlienve -mull ll.i  chains; thence west sxl chains, more or l..*s t<  the Columbia Kiver; ihence northerlv, follow*  Inn the river hank, to the point of commence*  ment.  Daled this SOth davof April. ISO].  K. fc. WILSON.  Tnke notice tlint SO days artor datol intend  to apply to the Chief ComniiM-ioner of Lauds  and Works for perinu'sion to eut unci earrj  away timber from the following described  binds .situated 111 thu Hit; Uend Di.striet ol  !.iu-t Kootentiy: eoiuineiicini* ut a post  plunted ou Ihe north hank of the Columbia  river al a noun ISI chains west of thu outlei  irom I'uibaskel lake and marked ' C. U  lluiue's souih-easL corner" ; lliciiee northerly  GOchains ; thenco westerly ll'.t ehnins; iheiie'e  sontiierlv CO ehaiiih to tho bank of Ihe Columbia river ; thenee easterly along said bank to  point of commencement.  Duted lsl of .Muv.llWl,  C. B. HUME.  NOTICE  Steam Boiler Inspectors' Examination.  APPLICATION Ior examination of Steam  Boiler Inspectors will be received by tlie Chief  Inspector of Steam Hollers, New Westminster,  B. C, up to June llltli, l'Jtil: Applicants must  ho between the nge nf 'i'i nud oil years*, thoy  .nuist__have,liiid_nt_leas_t__iive__years_iKacii(.u.I.  workshop experience ns iiiaehfiiisi*i or boiler  mnliors, nnd musi also hnvo a thoiougb  uuilersiaudiug ot sieuin en^ineoriiii*.  Forms of partloulur's may bo obtained, on  request of lutenilini; applicants, from the  Chief Inspector ol hloiini Hollers, New West*  iniiisiur, 11. C. nnd musi ho propeily Illicit in  and returned 10 him 011 or hefoie llie above  mentioned .lute.  The enndidntes .selected for examination  will r>ieii be notilied as to date and place of  oxiititinaiion.  'Jliesalarv will he $100 per month.  *    W.O.WKI.I.S,  Chief Cominissionorof Lauds it Works,  Luiuls .t Works Department,  Vicloiin. B. C, 22nd May, l'JOl.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTIOE that SO dnys after date 1  intend to apply to the Chief Coiiiiiiissionei 01  Lauds and Works lor permission to eut und  carry away timber from the follow 11m des  en bud land** s*-.uated in the I'.lg Hem. Inst rid  of East Kootenav: commencing nt a posi  planted on the bank of the Columbia Kiver.  between lhe mouth of Wood   Itiver  and llie  Take Notice that :',0 dnys afterdate I inlend  lonpplyto lhe Chief Comiiii.sslouer of Land-  and Works for permission '10 cut and carry  nwny timber liom the following described  lands sitiialed in lhe lllg Hend District of  Enst Koolenav : i ommcnelni; ul a post  |.hinted on thu north bunk of the Columbia  river li'JO ehnins west of the month of Cum mills  .���������roe** und marked "II. A. Lawson's south'  east corner" ; lbence easterly along the haul;  of lhe Columbia river -.V.I elp'.ins; theuce  northerly -III chains; Ihcuee, weslerly _!50  chiiin* ; llieiicu southerly 10 chains, to point of  comiiieiieetneul.  willed Islol May, 11101.  II. A. LUVSON.  The Magazines.  The Railway Trainmen's Journal for  June contains a full account of the  proceedings at the Milwaukee convention last month. The ' articles and  stories arc bright and interesting and  the illustrations first class, It is a  good number.  The July number of tliejDelineator,  an advance copy of wliich is to hand,  contains an article on the Buffalo P.m-  "AniPficairEx posi tiori~illir!btira ted-with-  superb reproductions of water  sketche.*, of details of the builil-  The Fashions for the month me  described     at    length    wilh    profuse  illustrations and  the stones and ail'.-  .*  cles,   particularly   the   love   story  cf  llossctli', are full of interest.  some  color  ings.  ABARGA1NIN      ���������  REAL ESTATE  A VA I.UABI.I. H KS I DI'N'.I'. ���������  i*ioperlv ni'iirtlii' Courl, liouv:. Cost  ovor y2,b()l), I'or mil'! nt ir)\IU). Fur  li'riiis aiul iiiirliciil.'irs apply lo A.  .K)IINSONT,*lleralil Oti'iw.  ���������������iiriii*.Uoiiiulliiiu>ed 'c'.,l..i':'5?''>, ?,','.": mouth 01 Canoe Itiver, and marked ������������������ raiiiik  lorih-west coniei   ; tlioiiee tas,cil.*, hO Ui'Mn*-. iiow-*.,,,'., northwest corner;" thenee south b'-i  hence south  lb.1 (���������huiii*-.  t e.ii.0   vvesteri} to ci.ftlUh. tlieiiee ca=t 1C0 chains: thence north  jliiiiiislo llu* east ban-sOf the C ilui .bi.i iivor. ���������,���������,     thc bank ol the Columbia Kiver and vvesi-  A reliable guide, wilh ninpsof the city and  J-.xiosltion i.rouuds, will be on sale lor the  convenience of visltliif! brethren.  Vour members visiting HufTnlo during the  Kxpiwltloii aiu cordially invited lo call nt  I. O.O. V. Iload(|iiiirl.;rs that wo may have the  plensnre of meeting nud greeting vou, and aiding yon ua much as wo ure able along the lines  indicated.  The i-eeretriry of lour Lodge is rir|iic"*toii I"  read this coniiniiiilciitioii nt scvcrnl intetingH  tlmt all of vour members jnaj heeonu' 'iiiiiillar  with the good intentions 01  jour brethren  in  It will be an advniitagc for each brother und  Fitter to present tin otllelnlj roiclpl or other  means of Identification,        '  lloping we mav have thc of meeting many  of the  members!  of  your   Lodge  during   thc  ��������� mini' summer, we remain.  Yours in 1*'. L. and T.  TIIE I.O. O.I". 1'AN-AMJt-KlCAN COMMITTEE  I  cl. ,._     thence noith along lhe east hank ot the Columbia river 1W1 eh.iins to the point of commence  '"i'j.'ited the Oth day oC Jl.iy. 1!>I1.  IIKNItll'.lTA McMAHOX.  NOTICL  erly ilong said bank to the point of commencement.  Haled tho SOth dnv of April, 1901.  FANNIE HOWSON.  TAKK NOTICi: that 91 da}*- after date 1 111-  teild to npplv l<> the Chief (���������oiiniii--loni*r.of  rjinds and Works for iktiii's-ioii to cut and  carry awav tlnihcr from I he following described lands' Minuted in the Uig Hcnd llistriei of  West Koolumv: IJomnieiieirg nl ft post  planted on tbe i-nst bunk of the I'oliiinbln river  nt 11 point S'JO chains south of tlie-millu'rly  limitof tlio lands belonging to the .'ilt'linr*-;  Kjndlcato and marked " I). Mcintosh - northwest corner: thenee casturlvftieh mi.: tlicnce  ..mill HV) chains: ihciu'ii wcstorlv Ml chains 10  the east Uinkof the Columbia river: tl.ence  north along tho en-d bank of the Columbia  river ll.ii chains to the point of loiiinipiicouicnt.  I Duted fllh Mny. 1301.  I V. McIN'TOSU.  NOTICE  . TAKE NOTICE that 30 dnv* after date I  intend to apply to lhe Chief Commissioner of'  Li.iuls and Works for permission to eut nnd  carry awav- timber from the following described Innds situated In the liig Hend district  of West Kootenav: cr-minonclng nt n po������l  plnnied about 100 vards southwest of the  mouth of Canoe Bivcr and marked " K. How-  son's southcikt comer;" thenee nortli la)  chains; ihence wc*!l l'JU chains; thenco south  1*A> chains to the Columbia River; thencp  caiicrlv* along the bank of the Columbia river  l'JU chains more or less to the place of beginning.  Daled this Mth day of April, 1001 .  K. HOWSON.  Take Notice that 30 davs nfter date I intend  to apply to tlio chief comniis.iionei* of Lands  and works for permission to'cut and enrry  away timber from the following described  hums 'siiuated in the lllg Hcnd llistriei of  Hast Kootonay: commencing ut a post  planted on thc north bank of the Columbia  river about two miles east of the mouth of  Wood river nnd inurked "A. I indmark'.s  south-west corner " ; tlienco uorlhorlv 121)  chnnis; tbence easterly 81 chains; tlicnce  southerly 1U0 chains more or liss 10 the bank  of lhe Columbia river ; tlicnce westerly along  said river to point of commencement.  Dated 1st of Muy, 1901. ,  A. LINDMARK.  NOTICE  Take notice that IW dnys after dntc I intend  to apply to the chief commissioner of Lands  nnd Works for permission to cut nnd carrv  rv.hv timber from the following described*  lands situated in the' Hlg Iterd District of  East Kootenay: commencing at n post  planted on the north bank of the Columbia  Kiver .about two miles east of thc mouth of  Wood Kiver and marked " T. Downie'ii northwest corner"; thence ensterly along the Columbia river 1-0 chains to a point '20 chains  ennol the mouth of 11 Inrge creek on the  south side of snid river ; thence southerly 80  chains ; thenco westerly 80 chains ; thciice  northerly -ill chains; tbence westerly 40  chains ; thenco northerly to tho point of commencement.  Dated 1st of May. 1001.  T.   DOWNIE,  A    BUSINESS  PROPERTY  FOR SALE  ON SECOND STUKIiT���������A bargain  and on easv terms', ol' pavinenl. Applv  to .1.1). SL'rc.'AI.D, Hcui   l.-il.'ilo Aijl.  OPALINE   TREATMENT.  Self   Home   Treatment   for   Ladies.  T will send free witli full instructions some  of this simple preparation for iho 1 ure of  S'cneorrhcca. Ulceration, Displacement uud all  I'einale troubles to oil liullus sending address  10 MKS. .1.0. LIU"., llriitieh .Mannger. nenr  Enst Ituilwny Signal, Kevelstoke Station.  May II���������im  ���������Remember   the eiitetlaiiiinent on  June ulli in Tapping's llieatie.  Orangemen Plan Early.  Vancouver Province���������The Orange  celebration committee met Inst even-  in xyt and still further perfected lhe  ilet.iilsof the Orange celebration which  will be held heie on the -twelfth of  .Inly. The early anil practical-slept,  which are being taken - by the committee should li'Milt in one of the best  celebration.i under the auspices of thai  order that has ever been held in' the'  west,  Special   arrangements    have    been  made  with    the   transportation  companies lo accommodate the travel and,  it is staled, that the lowest excursion  1 ates ever quoted locally  by   lhe (J.in-  aili.in     Pacific    railway,     have .been  granted for this event.     The  tickets,  will   be    good   for four days   at -the  following return rates :   Revelitoke to  Vancouver   and  return,   $0;   Salmon  Arm. ������7 50; Kamloops, 0; Ashcroft, $5;  Hiii'i'ifton, $2.5.)- Mission, $1.65.   Round,  liip    tickets   fiom    Victoria   will   be  quoted   at $2 and special rates will he  announced     by   the     Fraser    River  steamers  and oyer, the   electric railway   from   New   Westminster.       To'  accommodate, the   Nitnuiino  Grange-  men two special steamers will be run.  The sports committee has" arranged a  Tour of Royal Party.  Ottawa,   June  3.���������  The   Duke 'of  Cornwall's programe, arranged by the:  Governor-General and  sub-committee'  of ministers, provides for a gi.md state'''  welcome at Quebec on September 16.  All members of the Dominion-and'  Quebec governments are bent on.  making lhe function one of the great- ���������  est magnificence. From Quebec .the*  royal party proceed to Montreal, where,  lhey will be guests of Loid Strathcona.  On Friday, the 20lb, the--Duke and  Duchess arrive at Ottawa, and remain*  here until Tuesday 21th. on whicli day.  they leave for the Pacific Coast..     ".    .  Necessaiily, owing to the distances  which have to be covered in a limited  time, the journey will be a ranid one,"  prairie section", will be few, being confined to Winnipeg, Brandon, Regina  and Calgary.  It is not likely any stay will be made'  iu the mountains, but the programe  contemplates a iwo day's visit to  Victoria..  The royal party will travel in a magnificently equipped train.  The.Duke and Duchess will occupy,  fhe car which tho- government is having constructed specially for them   -  Members of the household and staff.  will  be   accommodated   in  new   cars  which lhe C. P. R. is having constru'et-'  'ed;so   that   the   royal   tiain   will   be  absolutely new throuhout. .  Returning fiom the coast the   Duke  iind"party"wiirp"i oceed 10 ToVontor-yia"  Noi tii Bay.  A week will be spent in Ontario;  the  f)ur including a passing call at Hamil-*"  ton, a visit tu Niagara Falls, and" pro-  ably  a   run   through   the    Thousand  Islands, - ��������� ���������        '���������_-.-���������  From Monti eai the paity take llu:  short line to St. John and Halifax,  across the State of Maine, being the  only foi eign territoiy the Duke will  have passed over in his memorable  tour.  Halifax will say good-bye for Canada  to their Roval Highness on October 15.  Cook   "Wanteij���������First class   while  cook wante'd at once.   Apply to this I match between two local lacross teams  ofilce. land  a  good athletic   progi-uume    is  ���������   I being drawn up;  already   over  $300  ���������Dr, Burgess, Dentist, Brown Blk.    ha6 been contributed for prizes. '"    -  Railway Employment Active.  The Winnipeg correspondent of the  Labor Gazette under the hand of railroad employment sari.: In all lines,  as i.s usual at this ������������������.e-.i-son of the .year,  activity prevails- In the repair shop's  there is a large accumulation of work  and   if  the  crcip   turns   out to be an.'  r  average one it is anticipated   rfiat  the  staffs will have to be largely ine'reaited.  Large numbers of men ai*c being bent  out to western sections   of ������������������ the '-Canadian   Pacific   Railway   to   work   on*  iinprovements to the road bed, notably,  to " the   Crowfoot   section,    west' <5f  Medicine Hat.     Fpr  this.work a cer;,  tain amount of labour is being >obtain-  e'd" from   tlie    Edmonton      district..  .Messrs. "Buchanan* & Sharp "are building for the'C. P.. R. a large'bridge at  Treherne and the necessary labour for  suclris being engaged and.'sent out to.  that-point:' "  Another-giing"1 lS'bei-ng  foVwarded' to'tHe -work 'pn the Selkirk  extenticiii.of..the. C.  men-aceJin good-d.ema*Dd.J  pr.R."7rjStdtio'ri Hr* t-frMM 1 '1 i ������l 1 "t*  4- T  *��������� IF YOU ARE GOING TO TAKE %  i: ��������� *  <-  T.        FOR A SPRING TONIC  ���������*.  ���������   ���������Be sure to take Good Wine���������  ���������.'  ������*��������� -  *���������  ������ The best is called  t\ . WILSON'S  INVALID   PORT  J������ aiid kept at the  "!' Canada Drug Ct Book Company ���������  & REVELSTOKE  ************** ************  ifeay+6 A*L*:yterd>t^/&o6   C^ityny^jy^  ���������fu   ttrKAr/es ������aMh-t~' 07l������*ty.  /UrVVy'  dr<i+*ftJIU<ri<q, vh ���������  Come and  see  our Beautiful display of  SPRING 'MERCHANDISE.  Notes of News.  Fancy White Muslins, Ail-Over Luces, Valeneiuin, Etc. Swis:  Dainty Muslins. A most beautiful display ol those I'ii.s.-.in  Goods in various colors at. lac, 17c, 20c, ioc, and 50c  j____ti_-_,.,Ci-_,jjQp,i-i^  i ti m imnmmi  riiTiB^jaasBStt  TH;-   COMMERCIAL  hif***?        CENTRE QF THE  W. Hollowav went in to the Lardeau |  on Thm-sday.  Miss Dunn   left   for   tbe   coast  on  ���������Tuesday's No. 2.  Sam Hill left town on Friday morning for Fergus".  A. Cummius of Ferguson was in  town on Thursday.  S. Russell left yesterday morning to  ���������work on the Nellie L.  H. Patterson representinff Miller &  Richard-*, type foundries of Toronto,  vratiin town Thursday.  T. D. Pickiird, of Kamloops. has  successfully passed the examination  for provincial assayer and is entitled  ix> puicticeas such.  R. F. Green M. P. P., went through  foi home fiom Victoria yesterday  morning-  Gold Commissioner   Fauquier   went  iu   to   tbe Lai-dean to arrange for the  Work     on  the   trails   in   the   district  .* yesterday.  ' Mrs. J. Jl Foley of Arrowhead, spent  ���������Bomedays In town this week as the  guest of Mrs. F. McCarty.  The Ladies of the Talent Society  of  St. Peter's.church deoire to thank  all  tbnsa who so kindly assisted  in   untk-  .'in? their entertainment such   a  success.  .    : Miss. Woodley, who has been   staying with her sister   Mrs.   D.   Rae  for  some time past left on this morning's  ; train.  Fred Robinson is in from Comaplix  today and will not return till Monday  morning.  " Mrs. T. J. Graham and her daughter  Eunice left'yesterday morning on a  trip to Ontario.  " W*H. Vickers of Atlin, formerly of  Bevelstoke, is registered at the New  England. Victoria,  . L. D. McRae arrived in town last  Bight from Pense, near Regina, Assa.,  where'he' has been spending, the  t pring.  . "VV. Jl Young of Vancouver, is now  in charge of the second chair in J.  "Morgan's,barber shop.  Ralph Burns, bush foreman at the  Fred Robinson Lumber Go's camp up  Fish River took leave of absence on  Monday and went east to get married.  There was an unusually big train in  from the west on Thursday morning,  owing to the fact that the Empress of  Japan arrived in Vancouver the day  before with one of the largest passenger lists or record. There were 159  saloon passengers and no less than  32.1-h.nes**! in'the stesrage.  Dear Mother Ida. kindly listen to  our lament: If we don't go lo church  we ate heathen; if   we   do'  we   are   a  tlie~ofticV-  J. A.  Mara  this morning.  arrived   from   Victorii  ��������� W. B. Pool left  for  Ferguson   this  morning.  E. Corning of the Climax hotel,  has returned to town after a prolonged  tour in the United st-ites.  H. C. Killeen, superintendent of  roads nnd trails, and Mrs. Killeen left  for the coast last night.  Chas. Lewis came up from Trail last  Monday to assist in the ofllee of Lewis  Bros.,; insurance and commission  agents.  Mr. and Mrs. Cha*. HillinaH reached  their home at Thomson's Landing  alter spending the winter in Calgary  on Wednesday.  Mercerised Sateen Skirts in endless colors���������all prices.  Perren's  We sell the. Famous " PERRENS" Gloves,  asked for  Once worn always  Thc s. s. Lardca.u is  Comaplix,' having a new  built   on   her   and    bein;  docked    at  deck hous������i  r    otherwise  placed iu a. thorough state of repair.  A train of several cars loaded with  the almond eyed denizens of the  Flowery Kingdom bound for the  States went through on Thursday.  Jas. Lauder returned last night from  Halcyon. theHEHALD regrets to say,  not much improved iu health.  Mr. Wm. Whyte, of the C. P. R.  left Montreal on Monday evening en  route to St. Petersburg, ��������� via New  York.  A. Gibson M. P. for Fredericton, N.  Ji., was unseated at the election' trial  on Monday. Mr. Gibson admitted  corrupt practices.  Seattle is having an epidemic, of  holdups' and burglaries these days.  The police authorities ' ought to  quarantine the city.  Mrs. L. J' Edwards spent a. few days  in town this week as the guest of Mr.  and Mrs. F. Baker'and left for home  again this morning.  A. H. Gracey, manager of the Imperial Development Co's properties on  Eva Mountain came out from Cain-  borne on Sunday and went down to  Rossland.  M. Peltipiece nnd party came in last  night from working on the Big Bend  trail. The had to do a day's work at  10 mile on their return, the whole side  of the hill having gone out.  E. C. Fromey, who has the contract  for the brick work on the new C. P.  R. hotel at Field, where lie has been  working for the past 10 days came  home on Thursday evening.  Rev. R. G. Macbeth ofthe First  Presbyterian church. Vancouver, went  through yesterday morning to the  meeting of the general assembly at  Ottawa.  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in the Compounding of  Prescriptions; and our care and skill  ���������the results of experience and  training���������assure that gree of accuracy. And,' in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Biing  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  Boys' Blouse Suits  Just   to   hand, tin*    finest shipment of   BOYS'  BLOUSE  SUITS  These are the best make in Canada nnd dun t rip anywlieri*.  Men's Clothing  We have just opened up a   large  range  of  Beautiful  Sateen-Lined  All-Wool Serin* and AVoiwti-ii'd Suits and marked them a way (lown.  CALL AND SEE US 1IBKOHK BUV1NG  KLSEWHE11R.  TAYLOR  THF.   WIDE-AWAKE   BUSINESS   MEN,   MACKENZIE   AVE.  TAYLOR 11L0CK.  McKenzie Ave  "hypocriTel-! f \v erpimi i in iv  we ought to go out and hustle for locals  ���������cod business. If we go out, then tliey  put a watch on us, and say we should  In* attending to our business. If we  wear old clothes they laugh at iw. If  we wear good clothes they say we  have a pull. Now, what are we going  to dor Likely .some one will say we  ������������������.loin this Item from-"H exchange, and  *_i.i we did.  A short time ago the couk at M.  'Buchanan's hotel at Camborne aro.-e  with the lark and prepared a good  hreakfa.-t for the fiue*-!*- with whom  the hou-e wn." crowded. He waited  for some signs of life ii|������Uiii**- but.  none were apparent. Seven o'clock  arrived, half |>a-*<t. eight, --till noUxly  turned up to bii:akfa*,t. Then the  cook thought it alxmt time to get a  lilMe on. He mounted the Htair.-' and  found lo his amazement tlmt there  w-ls not u soul in the house. A big  .-U'ilLe of free milling ore on Men-  bennick Creek had lieen i-ejiorted the  ���������c-venmg'befoi*** and every man in tin;  1ioum< had got up in thc still hours of  lhe darkness and crept out, each  thinking he had got abend ot the reft  i the crowd.  Ou Sunday night the police found  L. P. XV. DesBrisey on the streets apparently suffering from the effects of  drink. ��������� He was taken to the Police  Station to sober up, bu'tasall attempts  to waken him had failed the City Med-  cal Officer was sent for on Monday  morning. Dr. Maclean ordered the  man to be sent to the Hospital, and  ��������� before he got there hemorrhage had  set in. but the patient was utill unconscious and remained so up to an  early hour thia morning. DesBrisey  Is a Civil Engineer. He has worked  on several c'v.'e contracts and was  lately employed at the Hastings Driving Parlt. upon the improvement  work in* progress there.���������Vancouver  NewB Adi-ertiser. Mr. DesBrisey was  a resident of Calgary in 1887, '88 ������nd  "HT-Doni'lly-wil .."ahout-23 nipn-hnve-  started work on the wagon road,  which the Lands and Works depart-  partinent have decided to push right  along up to Eight Mile without further delay. The old route through  the canyon will be adhered to.  The Calgary girl who broke through  the smallpox quarantine in order to  get* inairied is now in jail. The  health authorities are afraid she will  break out again.���������Sun.  No decision with u-gard to the vexed  (-.notion of the Fish River wagon load  hau bren reached no far, but the  chances an* lhat a road will be con  .itr.icted thi.s se'ison on tin* east, nr  Tboint-on'-i Landing nideof the river.  A party of men were nt work this  week on lhe river bank lixing the  wires, which had given way in several  places and putting fresh brush and  stone nn lhe tnattrass.  XV. I"���������,'irci; of Calgary, superintendent of mines has been appointed  inspector of surveys hy thc Dominion  government and Prof. E. Haanet, an  expert mineralogist succeeds him in  the position of superintendent of  mines.  Tlie Fred Robinson Lumber;Co. are  getting out on the shore of the Arm,  just below Comaplix, a number of  timbers, 2x16x30 feet for use in tha  construction of a big stone block in  Calgary.  Archdeacon McKay, the well known  and popular English church pastor of  the bygone town of Donald, who now  has a parish in South Dakota, came  in to town yesterday on a holiday and  renewed old acquaintances hero. His  is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. Baker.  WaSTED���������Ponltlon as housekeeper or work  Ing com pan Ion near Itevelntolce. Coinfortit-)c  home more ileiireil than s������lery, 1(0X71,  BtrclBtoke Station.  THE CITY COUNCIL  The Board of  Health   and the  Herald Report ofthe Proceed-  . ings on Monday.  Thu council met. last night as usual  'present the mavor, Alderman Macleod,  Bourne, Nettle, Abrahamson and Taylor.  CORRESPONDENCE.     .  R. H. Mayne. stated on behalf of the  Smelter townsile Trustee that the  rental of the ground on which lhu  pest house stands would be $59 per  month, referred to Dr.' Cross.  ,. Chief Bain reported thai R. Caley  and L. Thompson on May lOth and .C.  llntlun ou the "Dili bad broken out of  quarantine. He had reported the  affair to Dr. Cms, who told him they  would be dealt with as soon as qmil���������  i ntine was raised.   Fyled.  lJr. Cross, medical health ofllcer,  tepiii'leil Unit from June 6;h the pest  house had been ready tn'hand over to  the provincial government and that  Marshall was ready to leave quarantine.  Caley Urns stated that they had  presented their ainounls I'or board to  lhe inmates ofthe. City hotel who were  detained there during the first quarantine period and that they had flatly  refused to pay. They therefore asked  the council tu pay the amount for 29  people. 10 days at $1,30 per day. Referred Finance committee.  W. Cowan, genera) manager of Ihe  Revelstoke. Trout Like and Big Bend  Telephone Co., offered to make a test  by placing the wires in exactly the  same position as they were when a  -false���������ii!a:-i!S---was-r'.'.n������-:uLo-No.-2-sUi-  tion on March Sth "and if an alarm  could be ning to Day the S12.5C  demanded by lhe -council to pay the  expenses uf turning out the brigade  and also to pnt up two cases of Scotch  whiskey. Referred I-ire, Water and  Light cotninitl.ee.  REPORTS.  The Public Works roiiunitti'P  reported that Mr*. Long had made an  otVer of 0c per font Tor lhe pipe laid to  his brewery on account, of tin* qiinran*  tine camp being located above. The  ult'er was refused. The report, also  dealt with run* ur two items of minor  im port n nee.  Thi; next matter tnkxu up arose out  of the ininiiles and had reference to  the smoke stack on the Enterprise  Stc*aiu L.iundi y. P. linker, the proprietor, was pi esen I and pointed out  thai, lie had complied wilh the  di'iininils nf llie council and against  bis own judgment, had raised the  smokestack 15 feet and put a spark  arrester on top Imi found thai, as the  screen got clogged be could nut run  his engine with it down and that in  consequence he either hud to raise it  or shut down work, lie--aid that, be  was now liiiriiing ceil and so the  danger fiom sparks was at an end.  It was pointed out l,o Mi*. Buker  that in a, communication to tliecouncil  dated May 31st, and read at, the last  meeting Chief I'.'iin had stated thnt  lie had repeatedly requested him to  comply with the instructions of the  council and that Mr. linker hud persistently refused to do so.  Mr. Buker replied that he did not  recollect Chief Bain doing so at all.  It was then moved by Aid. Nettle,  seconded* by Aid. Taylor, that the  resolution of last council, re Fayctle  Bilker's flre alarm and order to do  certain work be rescinded, provided  he puts premises in safe condition  immediately and to the satisfaction of  F. "W. A L. committee.       Carried.  MOTIONS  Moved by Aid. Bourne, seconded by  .The difference between  rent paying and thc  Birkbeck plan^  of Rent Purchase. gg  SW'  -RENT PLAN  ������-*%[ Pay $10 or $15 per month for the  ?j|) use of somebody else's house for  fea 10 years.    At  the   end   of that  Jf������! time  tbe   landlord,   owns    Ihe  bouse and money, the rentpayer  ������$j has a package of receipts.  m  BIRKBECK  PLAN  Pay from $10 to  $15 per  fur the. use  of a home for  year;  vou   own  your home 'and save EK  !Z_7*3  money ever after. j-ja  *.  month *|J  U*!)j,{?S  At the end of that time SgJ  Kor l-'urlbcr inioriiiiitio-. upiily to  LEWIS BROS, Or tO G> S' McOARTER,  General Agents. *"    V Solicitor.  Aid. Taylor, That in future no supplies  of any kind required "by the city of  Revelstoke be purchased by any person  for or on behalf st' the cily unless before the same are purchased a-.requisi-  tion iu writing, be presented to the  Mayor or lo the chairman of lhe committee charged-with the woik for  which such supplies are required and  such requisition shall be countersigned  tiy the Mayor or chairman of such  committee before the said supplies  sliall tie purchased and that lhe several  KevelstOKe merchants and dealers be  iiirnistied by the city clerk Willi ncupy  ol ibis resolution.    Carried.  Moved hy Aid.'Bourne, secondedjby  Aid. Taylor, ' mat in Inline, no workman or oilier person be employed on  any city wurk'uiiul a lequiaiuuii sliall  have been luriiislud lu the ma. or or  chairman ol lhe coiniliiuee cliiirgc-u  wilh Uie work in which it is prupusvi,  lo einplov such workman or person,  lo be employed, the rale oi wage-  unit the n.tiure of lhe work requueu  lu be Hone and such requiailiou shall  Uu countersigned by tne mayor ui  such clmiriimu before the person in  pel-soils therein named shall ue pill in  work.    Carried.  INQUIRIES  Under this  head Alu.   Abrahamsoi  ro.-e lo a poinl oi  privilege,     llu   uu,,,  plained ol  the report  ot   the   iiieeL*llir  ul   luebuHid  of   health   published   .tj  Wednesday's   issue   ot    ine   HlSK  as   incurred.    He   did   not   see  himself   and    Aid.   .Nellie  sing  led   out     tor   sarcastic    eo  ALU  ��������� why  1,m'ld    be  uimeiit.  an.l Uemanded_llial_lh"_.*.t-uitoi*i_!.|1011|(j  eitllei apologise or be exclude^ ft,,,,.,  the meetings of the board and c.nllm*i|.  A Id. Nettle coincided wit*, Ald!  Al/iali.imsoii's remarks. If .v j*,,**  report uf llie muttons passed .l(/ *.*lu  meeting had been published it woi,|_]  shewln.il he and Aid. Abr,,!,,^,^,,,,  had taken no more active l',i,.t than  any other ol the member,, a\- LhL.  board.  The Mayor agreed wilh l|���������, p,.t.vioiis  spraker.1. Be thought t|-.,t, ;l ,,���������-,.,.  un.minions meeting had never been  held and deprecated any attempt to  raise sectional feelings x,y *_|u. p,.,..-,s.  Aid. Abriiliiiiii.son Ui'maiiili'il that .is  t|���������, ediiorof the Her;,|,| Whs not pre.���������  (.nt, the paper hliouUl ���������_,. compelled lo  publish an apology.  (���������, K. lliogan.Kiiolnid been silting  in the cily clerk's <)(>(i(.(.( c.Jim(. ,���������,i j.,i0  the council chamber and ri*fu.*i*il to  apologize- The article in question  coiitiiineil no.sarcasm or comment but  it simple statement of l^ie linpri'ssioii  left on hi** mind by the proceedings.  Nothing was further from lii������ mind  tluni any idea of cast ing a slur on the  aldermen mentioned because they  cn im* fiom watd llin-e. They were  simply .singled out became lhey seemed to him to have been the tiersl in  their criticism, in doing which thi-y  were quite within their rights nnd  doing what certainly was needed. Jl.-  rnii'/l not ne" that there was anything  ������ i iipolog ���������/(��������� for.  Aid. Taylor thought* the discucsion  had lieen general and nn one member  had done more talking than tbe oilier.  Aid. .McLeod did not ibiok I li.a in  tbe evening when he was present  tlii'te had been much latkin , done  nt nil.  The mayor thought thut with Mr.  Grogaii's explanation the incident had  better be consideied closeiJ.  However, the discm i ui drifted olT  inlo tin-question as to whether or not  the board had nt, the meeting held on  Sunday. Mny Kith, promised to endorse  Dr. Cross in whatever he derided to  do in stamping out the epidemic or  not.  This point was left undecided and  the conversation again reverted to the  II Kit A U).  Aid. Bourne snid that if It would be  any satisfaction to Aid. AbrahiunHon  and Nettle, he was willing to have the  report republished with bis name  inserted in place of theirs.  Aid. AbrnliiiiiiBon gave notice that  he inieudi'd to bring the matter up  ������,'nin at the next council meeting.  After passing Home accounts the  council then adjourned.  St. Peter's Talent Society. '"  The entertainment on Wednesday  evening under the auspices of the  Talent Society of St. Peter's church",  notwithstanding the unfavorable  weather, was a decided success. The  hall was most artistically decorrled  for the occasion, the booths on .eiLlier  side added greatly to the gala appearance. In the first of these to the right,  Mrs. Atkins and Miss Frazer as Gypsy  Queens, foretold the future in a. tent  arranged in true Romany stylo. Mrs.  McLean and Mrs; Risteen had charge  of the Ballot Box, wliere brisk voting  on Revelstoke's population was kept  up. during the evening. Miss Temple'  in a handsome Jewess costume, beside an improvised Well of Lemonade'  made atypical Rebecca. On "arriving,  at the Japanese Tea House one could  readily imagine ourself in Tokio, the  idea was so excellently carried out   by  Misses Muckleston and Drake, who  iiressed as Japanese girls in pretty  ICiinonas, served lea throughout the  ..veiling.  On the othei' side of the hall  Mescb-mes Procmiier, Cqrley, Gordon  and Guerin had charge of the refreshment counter. A. daintily: arranged  stall with candies was taken charge of  by Misses Creech and Buck. The  1flo\Yci's-in-chiU'geof-Mr.SrGurtisrMisses-  Atkins arid Ker, made one of the  most, attractive stalls as wasevidenced  by the briskness of the sales. The  next in order, the ice cream booth,  tastefully arranged, was in charge of  Mrs. Wilkinson and Miss Smart. ...  After giving the people a short time  to view these different attraction the  Kev. C. A. Procunier in.a few well  chosen remarks, opened the programme whicli consisted of a .Musical  Drill. Mrs. .Tarle.y's Wax Works,  Rending by Mr. Maker and a Cake  Walk, Mr. Humphry furnishing  music between ench number. > Two  much praise cannot be given Mr.  Foster for llu* excellent manner in  which the boys master lhe Physical  Drill.  Mrs. .larleyV Wax Kigures were  next presented. Mr. R. Sawyer as  Mrs. -liirli'V, .Mr. IJ. A. Lawson as the  !-'at Hoy and .Mrs. .Morris as Little Nell  were perhaps the best features of the  enti-rtaiiiiiii'iil. All llu: figures were  well put on but llie last entitled the  Lmghing Figure, taken by Miss.lcssic  On- was especially well done and  brought down the house.  11. is always wise lo leave the best to  the liwl. The Cake Walk verifld the  rule, and llu*. applause each couple  received showed the appreciation of  audience. Tho very enjoyable evening was brought to a close with an  impromptu dunce.  :Tr*.t_i������_.i_$_������-.  i'xi'jXj.iJjt^i^-:  NOTICK  "Canadian C'oxti.voknt Kxkmitiox Acts."  AM, returned Soutli African Vnluntevrii. who  havu not ulrea.ty June ii>, urcj rc-i-ncstcd to  comniiiiilciuc with tin* uitilcrilKin-il without  delay, ui nlio the next of Icln nf tdoie deccancd  or of thoso who havo not yot returned to  Jlrltlsh Columbia, or any other pernonii Intei-  eated in ininliu properties lid I by.such Volun.  teem. The latest date po*i.������ll*lo for receiving  application* for exemption under the above  Acts will b������ tlie flr.it of July, proximo.  KICHaRD McilKIUK,  Minister of Vines.  Depnrtrncnt of Mlnci,  Victoria, 11. V., tlrd June, 1901.  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $75 and $100  RBVKLSTOKE  B. C.  .-ir**'**'^'********.***-^*^^  !JOHN D. SIBBALD,  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  -A-Gr-E-ETT   "EPO-Bi  t f\ P. It. TOWNPITK,  j MAKA TOWNSI'l'K.  REAL ESTATE  CIW A TVTPT A I     ' Ciunidii Permanent .t Wcnern  rill i\lA LlilL- ]        ',-uiindn MiiripiiKe Cnrpiiriitloii.  ,v_.   .. ( K(|iiUiiljIi! riuvini;* I.oiin und liiiiltlins Assooia  I1WCT11> A lUrC   1    ( Imperliit Pirn.    * Guardian Firo.      Moi  l"iJlJl\AllLE    I    -J ������������������uiin.tlii.il Kire.      l-iili'ilmnnii |.'in>.  *.w -w **.*.������������. *^^-    .    ( u<iiii-L*(lc*riiilAii l.ife.      Allui fire  f  fr  fr  fr  fr  I  fr  fr  fr  ��������� fr  lion,  rcantlle Flre.  OJA I. FOli SALE,  .HOUSES FOli SALE AND KENT.  ���������������������?t.Revelstoke Station.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  Honest    admiration   i.s   elected   by   j  those who wenr bur clothes.    They are  Is ways correct, elegant, suitable.  It'is-  IJloiHinji;  io   be well attired, and pleas-''  nig to bo conscious that others admire  your taste.     By  buying here you disarm criticism and usually stive yourself cash   HIGH CLASS LADIES' '"  CUSTOM TAI LO RI NG  l.BGessmdiiTHEART  TAILOR.  MeKUNZIH   AVESUK  LarRC nnd Well lighted  Sample' looma   Heated by Hot Air anil Klvctrlc  Hells and Light In every room  Free Hns Meets All Trains  IleiiHoiuible Kates    .HOTEL  YIOTOE/IA.  JOHN V. PERKS, Pkoi'kietor  Night Grill i<o*)=i in (".luiection for tlie Convenience of Guests  Hourly street Cur  Hetweep lintel mid Stmioii  , ij������������v������fls$������Itoi, U'o Co  Wake, Up  AND SEE THE BARGAINS AT  UUY BARBER'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  184*4 Rodgers Bros.' Plat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRINQ  Lots from $100 Up.  fi������3S  lill)(I18(8ll)>ll^(>^>^*i^ (xWi  fl  R.H.MAYNE,*  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  . .  :  V  ���������������������������������  J  I  ���������fl'

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