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 mpire " Typewriter
For ease of operation und perfection
in results produced, iliis machine
is Unsurpassed.    Price, iflio 00 Cash.
Interior Publishing Co.,    -    Agents
The Mail-Herald
Visiting Cards
A   Specialty
Interior Publishing Company
Printers and Publishers
VoL 15.-No50
$2.50 Per Year
pProTincial  Library t
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Stores at Arrowhead and Revelstoke.
Children s
Children's Dresses lo lit
yirls from two to four years
old in Muslins, Lustres, Plaids
Etc. Not a dress but what
was worth $2.50, all going at
Straw Hats
A clearance of men's and boys' Straw Hats.
Broad brimmed shaped hats, broad brimmed
Boaters, Kic. All at one price, these include
almost all the lines we have had this season, all
at the one price of
90 Cents
C. B. Hume & Co., Ltd
Store* at Revelstoke and Arrowhead.
Have you seen our "WHITE FROST" line of
Refrigerators, just makes you cool to look ut them.
All finished in White .'.unmet. Circular shelves—no
waste of loom. Ice box easily taken out and cleaned
The most sanitary, antl the most handsome mi the
Anil will last a life lime. We have a few Wood
Refrigerators left, itnd we will clear out at Eastern
Prices. Small size, regulai' $18.50, on sale at 810.00,
Large size, for huge family or restaurant, regular
885.00, on sale at $25,00, KOOK1ZERS lhe Flreless
COOKERS- at $5.00 eaeh.
Lawrence Hardware Co., Limited
Imperial Bank of Canada
Head Off ice -Toronto, Ontario.
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid Up
Branches or Agents at all principal points 111 Canada.
Agents in Ureal Britain and United States—London, England,
Lloyds Bank, Limited. Chicago-First National Bank, Coin l-.x-
chaiige National Bank. Seattle-Seat tie National Bank, San trim-
cisco—Wells Fargo Nevada National Bank. Spokane—Exchange
National Bank.
Savings Bank Department
Deposits of $1 and upward, received, and interest allowed at
current rate from date of deposit.   Correspondence solicited.
Revelstoke Branoh—A. B. MoCleneghan, Mgr.
Dress Trimmings
A large* variety of dainty Laces and
Embroideries for your Summer Dress
Trimmings. Some very pretty patterns to choose from.
MRS.   A.  G.   CHICK
First   Street Oppoaite   Windsor   Hotel
J. F. Moodie Takes Outfit up to
Canoe River-Will Have 2D
Men Working-Man Drowned
in Running Rapids.
James P, Moodie nl Calgary, manager ol the Big Bend Mica Mines, Ltd.
lelt with a lull outfit uf horses, men
and supplies on yesterday's steamer
for the mica claims ol the company
near Canoe river.
Alex, l'irie one of the directors took
a number of men antl lour boats of
supplies down the river from Beaver
about a month ago and came into
town by steamer on Friday last and
reported that in trying to run the
rapids below Kinbaaket Lake they had
the misfortune to drown one ol their
men, Charles Wood, ol Red Deer, and
they also lost some supplies The
body ol Wood has not been found
The company have now definitely
decided 10 abandon the Beaver route
and to n ake use ol the Revelstoke
route entirely, both lur shipment iu of
supplies and for shipment out of the
mica product.
Mr. Moodie took up a large gasoline
launch on the steamer Revelstoke
with which he hopes to navigate parts
if the upper river during the lower
stages of water. He also bought a
train of paokhorees and large quantities ol mpplies here which went up
on yesterday's steamer. The Company have eight men 011 the claims
now and when yesterday's shipment
reaches the claimB they will employ
20 men in development work. Mr.
Moodie bas succeeded in interesting
some strong Calgary antl eastern men
in his company antl Ibe properties
will now undergo complete development. It it is expected that shipment
of the product will begin as soon aB
the new trail to the Columbia is
ready. The government agent, Mr.
Cordon, has sent up a trail gang lo
repair tbe Canoe river trail and has
despatched a man to make a report
upon the best available route from the
Columbia river above Towusend creek
to their claims
Mr. Moodie is negotiating lor other
interests in the Big Bend aid expects
to be able to inlluence the investment
ot considerable money in our resources
of tbat district.
Results of Midsummer Examinations-Many
Pupils Have Passed
The following pupils of the public
school have earned promotion as a
result of iheir work during the term
just closed. The names are arranged
High Fourth to Leaving Class E.
Bruce, E. Corson, C. Field, K.Johnson,
E. Maclean, C. McRae, L. Moran, 10.
Morgan, L. Steed.
Intel-. Fourth to High Fourth—E.
Blainey, L. Brock, S, Dickey, K. Sibbald, K. Simmonds,
Recommended -M. Lindmark, N.
Low Fourth Readei to Inter. Fourth
Reader— M. Abrahamson, G.Burridge,
I). Calder, E. Clay, H. Cook, Jl. Col-
arch, M. Fleetham, E. Fletcher, M.
Hack, R. Haggen, M. Lawler, A. Mc-
Cailer, E. McCarthy. .1. McEachern,
.). Mclntyre, P. Moran, E, Robbins.
Recommended    W. Maclean.
High Third Reader to Low fourth
Reader—L. Blmkbuig, I. Brown, C.
Bruce, P, Campbell, W. Cunie, B.
Daniels, E. Galllcano, T, Qallioano, II.
Gibbons, M. Henderson, M. Lee, J.
McEachern, E.MoMahon, F,McMahon.
XV. McRae. R. Miller, M. Piocunier,
A. Young.
Recommended—-R.Frisby, E.Hanson
Low Third Reader to High Third
Header -M. Brock, (i. Cook, C. Cormier. O. Coursier. L. Daniels, K.Field,
M. Fleetham, !•'. Jackson, A. Johnson,
J. Maley.
Recommended—Ti Bain, V. Jollltfe,
H. Jones, W, Leslie, C. .Manning, L,
Mats, A. I'agdin, M. Parsons, M.
Hingei, P. Stacey.
High Second Reader to Low Third
Third Header -L. Abiahamson, E
Bregollss, R. Calder, O. Cocorochio, G.
Fletcher,  J.  Ix-  Beau,   I-:. Picard, S.
Picard, M. Robinson, M. Sanderson.
Recommended   G, Tin moss.
txiw Scotid Reader to High Second
Reader   K   Bradehaw,  L.   Campbell,
G, Oocorochlo, W. Oook, E. Donaldson,
E. Mt'Kiiiniui. O, Maclean, C. Moran,
I.. Hue. A. Robinson, L. Smith, M.
Smythe. T. Taylor, J. Young,
Recommended -O, Urquhart,
High Finn Header to Low Second
Reader—Di Abrahamson, M. Armstrong, Bi Bruce, M. Elliott, N. Fleet,
ham,   Wi   Fleming.   A.   Jackson,   J,
Laing, .1. Lawler, J. Lon7.11, 11. Lytlle,
D. Maddaloni, M, Mat/., A, McLean,
L, Morgan, R. Tapping, G. Tomllnson,
L, Williams, L, Williamson.
Recommended—W, Henderson, II.
Low First Reader to High First
Reader— L. Ainato, E. Bickerton, R,
Calder, I. Clougb, I. Donaldson, L,
Edwards, .1. Fletcher, A. Fraser, M,
(ienelle, L. Husseltou, I). Johnson, M.
Jolliffe, H. Laughton, S. Lidy, S. Manning, J, Mai-chesaii, O. MoLellan, M.
Morals, T. Morris, J. Mcliiyde, I). Mo-
lailer, ,l. Patrick, ,1. Robbins,
High Second Primer lo Low First
Reader—F, Anderson, P. Boin, M.
Brown, G, Buck, A. Burrldge, M.
Camozzi, T. Camozzi, U. Campbell, J.
Casbato. W. Clougb, A. Corson, D.
Crawford, (>. Davis, I". Dunn, D.
Frazer, A. Frisby, .1. Frisby, H. Gallicano, V. Galllcano, J. Gallon, M. Cal-
lon, C. (iailand, II. Goodwin, G,
Grimes, I. Hay, D. Hetlsti om, C. Holten, M. Howson, G. Jackson, M,
Johnson, I. Kimberley, P. T.
Lonzo, W. Longhead, A. Leslie, W.
Liimb, L. Maley, N. McCarthy, J. McCarty, D. McGregor, F. .McLean, B. |
McMahon, XV. Nelson, J. Pugsley, M.
Simmonds, II. Steacy, R, Stone, A.
Taft, F. Terry, U. Willard.
Div. YIII.-High Second Primer to
Low First Reader—G. Biuce, A. Luudell, B. MoOall, J. McGregor, .1. McLeod, S. McMahon, R, Nichol, N.
Picard, P. Pugsley, P. Ringer, W.
Smith, A. Smythe, A. Sutherland, H.
Tomlinson, S. Turk.
Recommended 11. Robinson, L.
Low Second Primer to High Second
Primer—T. Bhtntouche, J. Bourne,
Bradshaw, L, Briggs, J. Calder, A.
Casbato, S. Desimone, E. Donley, W.
Fletcher. G. Forde, 0. Gl'anstrom, (i.
Hanson, D. Hume, B. Husselton, Wee
Ivai, L. Lt-e. I). MaCkenror, E Mack-
enrot,T. Muley, .1. Merino, S. Moran,
1). Nichol, 1). Porta, R. Sanderson, B.
Soott, R. Shaw
Recommended F. Cooke. F. Curveon, K. Granstrom, M. McLeod, L,
High First Primer to Low Second
Primer—E, Abrahamson. J. Allen, L.
Bongard, F. Bourne, H. Bradshaw, T.
Biiidouclie, I). Bruce, N, Bruce, A.
Oashota, E. Casbato, A. Daniels, C.
Davis, M. Desimone. C. Field, A.
Fleetham, D. Garland, .1. Goch, N.
L. Goodwin, M. Goodwin, M. Goodwin, A. Granstrom, C. Hanbury, B.
Hav, L, Hobson C. Jiuison, B. Ken-
ward, D. Laing, R. Law, A. Lee, O.
Luudell,D. Lyttle, M. Lyttle. L. Manning, M. McCleneghan, F. McDonald,
H. McDonald, T. McGregor, C, McKinnon, Mi McLean, W. McRae, S.
Needhani, F. Porta, U. Porta, G.
Pugsley, ;Won« Sing, D. Smythe, P.
Skene.C Stone, E, Tapping M. Taylor, F. Watson.
Recommended   II. Curveon.
Low First Primer to High First
Primer W. Abrahamson, R. Arm-
si rung, L. Coursier, L. Cook, Camozzi,
D. Oretelll, F. Donaldson, E. Prey, L.
Prey, C. Flamming, B. Gordon, V.
Galaeano, B. Henderson,  II. Jackson,
E. Johnson, C. Johnson, L. King, C.
Loughead, C. Lonzo, I. Morgan, J.
Murray, E- McMahon, IL McLean, II.
Nelson, S. Norman, J- Patrick J.
Pugsley, D. Stacey, K. Sutherland, M.
Shaw, M. Smith, H. Taft.
Recommended J. McSorley, lt.
Pagdin, E. Picard.
Looks Like War in South America
-French Government Down
and Out-Items of Interest
All the World Over.
Biksiis Ayruh, July 20. The Argentine government has ordered its
minister to leave Bolivia within 'M
hours. This looks like war in South
America. The action was taken liy
Argentina on account of the refusal of
Bolivia to accept lhe award of Peru in
the boundary dispute.
St. John, N.II., July 20. In the by-
election for the legislature, A.l''. Bent-
ley,   Opposition,   was   elected   bv   SO
Paius, July 20. The Olemenoeau
government fell tonight In the discussion of the naval scandals, Deloasse
led the attack antl Olemenoeau retorted hotly, losing his bead, In the division following the debute, the government was defeat ed by 212 to 170. Clem-
enceiiu and his ministers left the
Chamber and have handed in their
resignation to the President
Pittsburg, July 20.   Only BOO of
the 10,000employees of the compressed
steel car company returned to work
today. The striiters managed to obtain an entrance to the mills and
drove many of these nwny.
WiNNii-iiti, July 21. Sergt. Black-
bum, of Winnipeg, has won the
Prince of Wales' prize, second only lo
the King's prize, at Bisley, with a
score i f HI out, of rii, points, Captain
Forrest, Vancouver, second with 88.
Washington, D. 0., July 20. -Or-
ville Wright made two Highls in his
aeroplani at Fort Meyer to-day. The
first Uight lasted 26 minutes, and the
secontl flight half an hour. In the 5B
minutes he covered 87 miles,
Mission, H. 0., July 10.—Robert
Stewart, Canadian Pacific engineer,
killed last night while trying to crawl
aoross the track between freight cars.
London, July 21.   Rosa Nouohette
Ciuy, the novelist, died hiflt malil.
London. July 2U. King Edward
paid a long visil to Joseph Chamberlain at Ids lodging-homo yesterday,
Mr. Chamberlain's condition causes a
great deal of uneasiness, but his son
Austen says that he is improving,
Council to Investigate Contracts
-Tenders Called tor Septic
Tanks-Question of Sits not
yet Settled.
A special meeting uf the City
Council was held on Monday evening,
the mayor and all the aldermen being
present with the exception of Aid.
Sawyer. One of the principal items
discussed was the new by-law for
cement sidewalks iu different parts of
the city. Tbere was some difference
of opinion as to whether it should be
done by day work or contract. Tbe
engineer estimated the cost at lli cents
a foot, but Aid. Pradolini considered
that rather high. The council waB ol
opinion that the clearing and excavat-
1 ing would have to be done by contract
anyhow as otherwise teams would have
to be hired.
The Mayor expressed a tear that
under the contract syaiem work might
not be so well done, as under day woik
when the city hud it in its own hands
all the time.
Finally it was decided to call tor
tenders anyhow, and consider thtin
though it dues not follow that day
work will be departed from, unlets
tendi s should prove particularly
Tlie iiuestiou of the septic tank was
also dis ussed. The Mayor reported
no further progress in negotiations
with the Revelstoke Land Company
for the septic tank site.
The council expiessed a wish to
settle the matter by negotiation if
possible without proceeding to expropriation.
The clerk was instructed to write to
the Hand Company to see il a price
lor the laud needed could be agreed
It was moved by Aid. Stone and
Kimberley that tenders be called for
a septic tanks on tbe plana aud specifications prepared by the oity engineer
and that tbey be in by August Oth.
Lowest tender not necessarily accepted.
The by-law to raise if I,ill 1 for the
construction of cement sidewalks was
by permission of the whole council
read three times aud carried at the
oue sitting.
On motion ol Aid. Macdonald aud
Stone, it was resolved that a court ol
revision for the purpose of hearing
objections to by-law 143, tor the construction ol cement sidewalks, be held
at the city hall on Wednesday, Aug
llth at 8 p.m. The court is to con
sist ol tbe whole municipal council.
On motion of Aid. Wells and Macdonald it was resolved that in view ul
tbe fact that the construction ol
cement sidewalk, ou the nurtb side ol
FirBt street from the corner ol Campbell avenue to Boyle avenue, and ou
tbe north side ol Second street from
the coruer of Pearson street to tbe
corner of Forde street, and on the
west side of Front street from the
corner ol King streot to Victoria road,
benefits the city at large, it is deemetl
inequitable to assess the whole cost ol
construction ol such sidewalks ou the
property-owners, that the city at large
hear a portion of the expense thereof
to the extent of 91687.16, and that
the payment ol this amount be enterad
lor a period ol twenty years.
On motion of Aid. Macdonald and
Wells it wbb resolved that the city call
for tenders lor the work in connection
with tbe concrete sidewalks about to
be built under the lollowing conditions
First—For each Bidewalk aB per
Second—For all the sidewalks as
per specifications. The work ie to be
done under the supervision ol the city
engineer, and to the satisfaction ol the
public works committee. Tbe tenders
are all to be in by tbe 27th inst.
Buckham Nominated
At the Liberal Convention held in
Golden on Monday afternoon, J. A.
Buckham, was nominated to contest
the riding of Oolumbia In the party's
Interests In the next Provincial elec
tion. The convention wan followed liy
a meeting in which J. A. McDonald
and Join- Oliver were present. Mr
Buckham «as formerly a druggist in
New Programme at Edison Theatre
On Friday and Saturday nights an
entire new programme ol first-class
pictures will he shown at the Edison
Parlor Theatre. The programme will
include some good dramatic subjects
and first class comedy.
Summer Cooking
We have a few Gasoline and Coal Oil Cook
Stoves left with ovens for same if desired. These are
very nice to use in the hot weather, as they save fuel
and do not heat up the house.
Remember we arc agents for McClary's [Stoves
including the Saskalta, Pandora and Kootenay Ranges.
These stoves are in use in the best homes in town,
proving that good people appreciate a good thing.
You will make a mistake if you do not purchase a
range of us when you need one, as there is nothing
to equal them.
Sherwin Williams Paints, Oils, Varnishes, etc.,
Tents, Camp Equipment, Guns, Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle and a full lined Groceries and Fruits.
Groceries    Hardware    McClary's Stoves    Plumbing
Mr Swell Dressei
-f'l« "1
r*<\'r 0"/*"" /r
lean-up in
Broken Lines no range
complete sizes 14 1-2 to
17, were $1.25 to $2.25
Fit Reform Clothing
B. t. WALKER, President I Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000
AUttAHDia LAiBD,Gener»i Kim^r | Reserve Fund, -   6.000,000
The new TrmTcllers Cheques recently issued by thn Bank are a most i
way In which to carry money when travelling.   They are issued in \
$10,  $20, $50,  $100 and $200
aad th* exact amount payable m   Austria,   Belgium,   Denmark,
Germany, Great Britain, Holland, Italy, Norway, Ruasia, Swi
and Switzerland u stated on the fare oi each cheque, while in
tltoy ars payable at current rates.
Tbe cheques and all information regarding them may be obtained at nej  at
at Mm Bulk. OU
When we offer tbe public a complete line of
Juicy Beef, render Lamb, Oom Fed
Pork, and Smoked Meals, iu sanitary
surroundings, at prfoes that please,
we mu olaim that BOOOPSS Iuih been
won. Your opinion. Come in anil
give it to-day,
.lust  arrived—ft   choice   shipment
if Poultry.
Maundrell   Meat   Market
We Handle Premier Hams and Bacon
The Ilii; Eddy lioya have a haseball
team now and a game is to tie played
between them and the Ciiy team on
Saturday night ou the Y. M. C. A.
grow us.
On Friday night the Business Men
and Rovers play baseball, game to
start at seven o'clock sharp. A good
game can be expected.
Mining pictures Friday antl Saturday, rilti MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE, B. C.
Zbc  flDail*1focvalb.
Jntertov publtabing Company
UrKicKS :   Imi'kkiai. Hank Bcimiiko Ituvti.
8TUKK, 11. C,
.Muney '.o loan. ,      ,   _   M
Offlce'; Kev_.-li.toke, B C.    Cranbrook, B. I .
UKO. S. MoCabtbb
Revelstoke, tninlirunk. li. C.
Solicitor, etc,
S illcltor'for:—
The Canadian Hank ok Commerce:,
The Molsons Hank, Etc.
Provincial Land Surveyor,
Mining Surveyor
Mi.Kkn7.ik Avenue,
Box inu, Revelstoke
c. w. o  w
Mountain  View Camp, No. 229
Meet*  Second  and   Fourtii  WeaneBdoj-a in
each tnol.lh. in  Selkirk  Hull.    V__.il...    ttood-
tneu cordially invited to attend.
JtlllN CARLSON, Oon, ('om.
J. Mil STY UK. Clerk.
F. O. E.
il'c li xi    VIsiting brethren oordlallj tuvitod.
W e.'UoLAUCHUN,Bboebtabv.
Kootenay Lodge, No. IS, A F. & A. M.
Tho regular meet-
lugs uro linld in tlie
1 Oddfellows Hull, mi
tlm third Mi'liday ill
oucli iiiiuitli at 8
p.m. Visiting brethren cordially welcome.
SELKIRK LODGE 12, 1.0, O. V.
Ment- every Tli ion-
lay  evening  In   Bel-
kkirk Hail nl S o'clock
____________ Pvisitinir hrelliroii are
cordially invited to attend.
Cold Range lodge, K. of Pi
No. 26,  Revelstoke, B. C.
except mil'! Ueduendi.y oi
each moulli. in i ' 'ddfelli »>'
Hall at s o'clock. Visiting
Knight-4 ,lrt' e-irdiHlly invited.
T. P.  SMITH, ('. C.
0. B. BROCK. K. ot  H. A S.
J.  B. SCOTT, M, ul F.
KK.1THH1.K. PHONE   118
Zbc fll>atl=l>erafo
The Observer in its last issue
suggests that the police commissioners should consider what it is
pleased to call "the vagaries of the
Police Magistrate." In mir view if
any.uii- thinks then- ie anything
wrong with the Police Magistrate
and has charges to make agaiu^t
him. tbe proper course would be to
write them down in black and
white and place them before the
commissioners who could then hear
what Mr. Foster had to -ay and
fudge between the two. To be constantly calling names and flinging
out sarcasm and inuendo, while it
mav foster and perpetuate ill folding proves nothing. Differences of
opinion a.- to the course ol any
man holds a judicial position,
there will always be but so long
as a man holds that position he -
entitled to respectful treatment,
and while n- -t above criticism, thai
criticism Bho lid al least I iched
in fair and gentlemanly I ing i igt
So far as we have been able to
observe, those most closely con-
,.. • •.,..! with polici courl proceedings berearewell satisfied with Mr,
Foster's conduct. We believe thai
the legal gentlemen who appe ir
before bim as counsel, tbe polit e
antl public oflici tl- with whom Incomer' in contact, will be willing to
admit that he i- careful and painstaking, that be ha- the intelligence
to grasp clearly the issues before
him, and adjudicates upon them
with a fair ami open mind, 'I hese
we believe are tho opinions "f those
tiin.-i competent to judge, These
are tbe men who know all tbe
attendant circumstances of the
oases that come up for trial, nnd
their opinion i- BUrely worth more
than that of the Btreet gossip, who
from some garrulous neighbor or
parti-tm sheet, grasps a garbled
fragment of a case and bases 11ir-
judgment on that, Judging tbe
text without the context is always
unfair und 111 nine cades out of ten
Six Roomed House at $15.00 per month
Six Roomed House at $17.50 per month
Six Roomed   House  at   $20.00   per   month
80 Acres near Revelstoke, 18 acres cleared,
house, stable and fencing, 280 fruit trees, live stuck
and farm implements.    At a bargain,
10 Acres at Summerland, near landing, all
newly fenced and under irrigation, 650 Iruit trees,
("iiintl buy.
800 Acres at Galena Bay, 65 acres cleared,
500 fruit trees, good house and stable, live stock and
farm implements. Desirable property to subdivide into
5 and 10 acre lots.     Only $32.00 per acre.
A report comes from Nitivnsha,
East Africa, that Theodore Roosevelt bus shot a hippoppotamue that
weighed three tons, It used to be
the sen serpent and the lisli story,
but the latest of these romances of
"wild animals I hnve not known"
might well be tailed a  Tetldypol-
leads to wrong conclusions.
If there is complaint to make
against any public ollicial, there is
usually n straight way of dealing
with it, either by petition, written
complaint or public investigation.
lu'some such way these complaints
should be disposed of in one way
or the other, and the thing ended.
That a publication should be sent
out from this city, harping continually of injustice and graft, and
lilled with petty flings at private
citizens, cannot redound in any
way to the good name of Revelstoke. If outsiders are given the
impression that the place is torn
with strife and bickering, and justice itself is contaminated, it is not
likely to encourage them either to
settle here or invest their means
among us. In reality we know
that the people of Revelstoke are at
the core sound and honest, and
that it is tlieir desire to advance
the welfare of the city; and while
its ollicials and governmenl, should
of course always be open to fair
criticism, that is the impression we
should strive to give.
In the meantime on this continent there seems happily to be
no possibility of a renewal of the
fratricidal strife of a hundred years
ago. The ties of blood, of commerce, and mutual interest forbid
it, and should Canada and the
United States pledge themselves to
another century of peace, both
nations will bave earned tbe encomium which Charles Sumner,
pronounced on the country tbat
should be lirst to denounce war and
seek tbe way of peace, "Their fame
shall be immortal as tbe stars
shedding light upon the paths of
Revelstoke is essentially a towi
oi worknrs, and all should assist
in making the Labor Day celebration to be held here a good one.
The weather should then he cool
and pleasant for sports, and with a
good parade to start out with, and
some rousing speeches tn close the
day, there should he no lack of
entertainment. If some special
drawing card in sport could he
secured for the afternoon, it would
add to the attractions and be a
good advertising feature also.
Rev. J. 11. Robertson, pastor of Knox
church, did a courageous thing when
recently he banded in his resignation
to the management ol his oburob. In
order to pave tlie way for unity ninnng
the ahdereuts ol the Presbyterian
church iu this city, he ia cutting hiin-
sel adrift Irom associations built up by
four yours of eurust endeavor, and with
wife and children dependent on him
has thrown himself on the world without a call or opening in sight. In the
face ut such an act faith in human
□ attirestill survives and wedo not doubt
that when Mr Robertson's self sacrificing action becomes known, a hundred hands will be reached out to assist,
bim to means ol livelihood perhaps
bringing with it a larger sphere of
usefulness. We are fond of eulogizing
heroes whors deeds are done 011 battlefields in distant lands but when it quiet
act of sell sscrifice for the public good
is done in our midst, we are to apt to
let it pass mmi iced.
We can only hope that Mr Robertson
may yet see the fruits of his selfdenial
in the fulfilment ol his own vision, of
one strung Presbyterian church in
Revelstoke, where tbe   financial   bur-
...   i bave it- served it
Hon. Mackenzie King struck a
popular chord, when at Harvard
recently he suggested that the year
1912 be utilised toerecta memorial
to the completion of a. century of
peace between the two great nations that rule the North American
oontinent hetween them. Such an
action would mark an epoch in the
history of the world. Hitherto
Statues have been for warriors,
and monuments to commemorate
victories over other nations. That
two nations should unite noi in
building monuments to battles
but   rather   in commemoration of
their   victories   over   the worst ele*Lena   ,,„   t|,e   congregation    will   be
ments   in   themselves, the   lust of   lighter and ita power for good propor-
blood and   the desire for conquest   tionally increased.     But even should
and invasion, wuuld   be a Btep that! that ni t be the easi . Kev. Mr. Robert-
would   appear   like  the first gleam ' son will have done more than
of light in the dawn of tbe milleni- success
um.      We   believe  that there was
truth   in    Longfellow's   sentimenl
when he wrote
if half the power thai
I •   ball 11." wea tli  be towed . .     .
','. Bl  1.
■]•■ .  ...  .,,.,..     .-..,. 11    ..:_ ,
We   believe   thit  it is
Canada   and   tiie    United    ■
bave not   wasted their
armaments   in  lhi   past, thai such
a project   as tbat out ■   Mat •
ken; ie Kuu   :• post I 1 a
tion.     The   more  money there is
spent 1 lucation  11 e less
be i."' i--.i !■;. to   spend on war     II
wns the ignorant  Indian « ho donned    In-    paint    nnd   loathes nnd
went out without provocation ■
his   neighbor'^   scalp;   il   was
■.   tge   African   who with asse
.md ball 1--   1 •••  sought   i" fertilise
the ground with the blood   of   in-
other tribe    an 1   it  n as in in 1 ■
when the 1 omn    achool was noi
that our   own   Saxon   forefather
ro imed th is   and   slaughtered
and pillaged on
.....     ive the power  m.i lhe)
'1,11  THII
For the first fifteen ; ears of  the
lasl eenluij I I' in
black with the smoke of Ihe Na
poleonic wars. JThon the sound ol
battle became r irer until il 1 losed
with the Franco-Prussian war in
l^Tu. Since then, fur a period ol
almost forty years no great war of
nny extent has disturbed the peace
of Europe; nnd though the nation*
are increasing their armaments in
nervmis. fear, the fearful cost of
modern warfare is likely to deter
them for action for a long time
and the heavy taxation they Involve may in the end force the
powers to agree to 11 voluntary reduction. I'mlnr any circumstances
it is likely that war will become
rarer and   rarer  as   the  years utl-
Mining Notes
According to the Rossland Miner,
several good ore finds hnve been made
in Rossland mines during the past
week or two. On the sixth level of
the Centre, a vein 14 feet side and
carrying good ore values has been
found. On the sixteenth level about
150 feet from the sbalt there has been
located a considerable body ol low
grade ore.
In the War Eagle mine the diamond
drill in cross cutting struck ledges of
ore from four to eight feet wide that
will go $14, $15 and as high as $20 to
the ton. On the ninth level an im
mense tonnage of high grade ore has
been opened up.
The main ledge of lhe Centre Star
has been located iu the fourth level of
the Idaho mine. A Btope has been
opened up and a winze is heiug sunk to
the fifth level. The vein at that point
is 25 feet thick and of fairly high grade.
Wealth of Ingenica
Morris Marks, superintendent Ior
the Ingenica Mining Co. arrived in
town Thursday frcm the company's
properties on the Ingenica river and
will make short trip to Vancuuver be
lore returning to tlie placer country,
Bays the Omiueca Herald, of j.ine Hlth.
He made the trip out in seventeen dayB
travelling the lirst uinty miles on snow
shoes, then down the Driftwood river
and Tacla lake by canoe, asross to
liabine lake, 34 miles, on foot and then
to Hazelton witb a borse secured at
liabine. In regard to the Ingenica he
said that prospects were very eucourag'
ing lor an output this year of from $40,
, 000 to $50,000. There are forty men
.nt work on the Ingenica river, shovel'
j ing in the larg part ol the time. Mr,
Murks lelt .lune 1st. and the results
showed Irom ten dollars to twentythrec
dollars nntl a half per day to Ihe num.
Kinn 11 ml partner bad averaged $2.'l 20
per day. D. Minnrd hnd $300 in dust
as the result of a short run, and Olson
had $155 to show for about a week of
work. All of the men in there will
m ike good wages or better this sum
mer. While nothing rich bus been
I struck on the Ingenica the men there
e ' aie able to keep tbemsilves going and
nt tht-.-nnii-tinu.-continue prospecting,
The Best of
All Breakfast Foods
There'* a reason behind all fads and fancies.
We required litfht breakfast foods and the
market was flooded with health foods (so-called.)
But the best breakfast fr**) in the world is
"Zephyr Cream" Soda Biacuits crushed in cream
or fresh, sweet milk.
Zephyr Cream" Sodas
have more original goodne m all other sodas
manufactured on thii •   t     More than that,
the original goodness of Christie'! Biscuits »»
lasting. The flavor does not vary-
All big biscuit makers buj a good brand of
flour. We buy all good brands Then ira Mend the
best brands, sift and test the blend until we find
a dough that will sustain the Christie reputation.
Expensive! Yes-but we know no other way
of starting to make biscuits up to our own high
Every ingredient entering into our "bakes"
Is the purest and Ix^st we can buy.
Our " Zephyr Cream " Sodas cruahed in
cream, or fresh milk, certainly do make an excellent light breakfast     Yuu test t.hem.
Sold  ia hulk, or I.   .mill  (iBlly lim. .lamp   and  H.a» »rW
Christie, Brown & Co., Ltd., Toronto
Royal Standard
Royal Standard Flour is
pre-eminently a product of quality. You may buy a cheaper
flour, but llour is the staff of life
and the one product which you
need always. A food which
above all others should receive
the utmost care in its manufacture. We have made a hobby
of making good flour. Its reputation is known throughout
British Columbia. There is and
there can be no better.
Then too, in each 4<)lb. sack
is placed a numbered coupon
entitling you to a chance to win
a beautiful 109 piece dinner set.
Ask your grocer for Royal
Standard  Flour.
Vancouver Milling &
Gram Co., Lid.
For Rent
House on Kirst Street, $20 per month
Four Booms on McKenzie Avenue, $10
per month
For  Sale
Good Building Lots.
Two  houses  suitably  located on McKenzie Avenue
Acreage (or Market Gardening.
Money  Loaned for Building Purposes
Garden Tools
Spraying Materials
Bee Supplies
Fruit and ornamental trees
home grown, hardy, tested
and proven Our trceB do
not have to lie luirigattd.
They are grown in the t nly
part ot the continent not
infested with the San JoBe
157 Page Catalogue Free.
M.   J.   HENRY,
Greenhouses and Nurseries
3010 Westminster Road,
Branch Nursery      -      South Vancouver
Bring in your I'hins and SpecificstioiiB
unit we will liguie on tbem,
Tlio tat West Permanent Loan
W I.NMI'Kt).
First Street, Revolstoko, B. C.
Certificate of   Improvements
1. \. 1,. and silver Pick mineral
iliiiin-. nituale in tlie Trout Ijike
Mining Division of West Kootonay
<ii .11 i<i.
Where located, botw 1 the north
unl south forks ut 1.11 ul" Creek.
Take notice thai I Catherine Plor-
nnce Iti.ii.iv, of Vancouver, H.G., Proa
Miner's Certificate No, ll ixnii. Intend
.oi v .i.n 1 from date hereof, to apply
1.1 the Mining Recorder for >i oertlfl-
oate of Improvements for the purpose
nf obtaining Crown grants of the
above olalms,
iVnd further take notice that action
under Section 87 must be commenced
before the Issuance of -nub Certifloate
nf Improvement*.
Dated  this twenty-seventh dav of
M.iy. A.II .  IISIU.
Capital Paid Up
Rest Fund
Mas 65 Branches in Canada, and Agents nnd Correspondents
in all the Principal Cities of the World.
At all Branohcs     Interest allowed at highest current rate.
REVELSTOKE, B. C. Branch, W. H. PRATT, Manager.
*• ,'*-'V,»«_l«. _,>.'"
Make Your Home Beautiful
with one nf our hn litis-, me parlnrsets,
upholstered iu high grade silk, or
ilininiHk, with frami'S that, arc iu every
conceivable design, and made to wear
indefinitely. We I ave many neiy and
beautiful parlor sets and odd pieces for
beautifying the borne that are taste
ful, effective and inexpensive, and will
slum your rooms to the best advantage.
in C. P. R. contract for facing Revelstoke station. A large
stock now on hand. Reasonable prices for large or small
•luantities. By far the cheapest m-iterial for a substantial
house. Cool in summer, wa.m in wi- ir. Saves most of
your painting arid about hafe your insurance.
The Enderby Brick & Tile Co., Enderby, B. C.
*  P.   BURNS    &   COMPANY,   LIMITED. '
HKAU OKKICK :   Calqaky,  Alhkiita.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchant*
Pork Puckers nnil Dealers in Live Stuck.   Markets in all I,he pi'inclj
pal Cities and Towns of Alberta, British Columbia and the Yukon!
Puckers of ihe Celebrated Brand  " Imperator" Hams and Bacon,
mul " Shunn in k" Hr.inil Leaf I, inl.
4/%.%'*%* V%-%/*%%*%.%/%/%%*%%*/%**4_.-%.'V»%%% %ni
Import direct from country ol origin.
suitably furnished with the choicest the
market affords. Best Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.    Rates $ 1 a day.    Monthly rate.
Doyle and Allum, Ltd,
arc disposing of their entire Stock at a
.small advance on cost. It will pay you to
investigate tlieir prices on Diamonds,
Jewelry, Cut  Glass,  Silverware,   Watches
Doyle and Allum, Limited
If you can afford io use the best buy
Robin Hood Flour
The Flour lhat is Different
11  you  do   you   will   find   that   the cost  of
ROBIN  HOOD is smallest after all.
The  bigger  loaf i.s  one  difference.
Easier   assimilation   of   the  bread is another
The sweeter llavor is a third dil'leience.
Tbere are oilier points   of   difference.     Any
one of them worth the extra cost.
The Saskatchewan Flour Mills (o., lm.
Moose Jaw, Sask.
X —— gi
A Healthy Life
A Happy Home
in the British Oolumbia Southern; Oolumbia
and Kootenay and Oolumbia and Western
Railway Companies' Land Grants. Farm
Lands  eminently suited for  the  raising of
Fruit, Grain  or  Stock
may be purchased in these Grants at low
figures for cash, or on Easy Terms, from
Canadian   Pacific   Railway
Timber Lands of the highest character,
situated in these Grants, are offered for sale
in blocks of from 640 acres upwards
Items of Interest of Happenings Throughout
Good Shipping Facilities. Easy Transportation
For Maps, Application Forms, Regulations
and Literature apply to
Asst. to 2nd Vice President,
Box 1317, Oalgary, Alta.
Town Lots For Sale in Revelstoke nnd Arrowhead
Prince Mining and Development
Company, Limited Liability
TiiritKSiiAKKiiui.DKKsiu'Tin.: Prince
Mining A Development Company, Limited Liability.
Hevelstoke, .lune 19th, 11101).
Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of tin- Shareholders of
the Prince .Mining A Development
Company, Limited Liability, will be
held at the Company's otlice, Kirst
street, Kevelstoke, ti. 0., on Wednesday, tbe twenty-first day of July, A.D,
IIIU9, at the hour of eiglil o'clock in the
afternoon, for tbe purpose of electing
officers for tbe ensuing year, and for
all other purposes relating to the management of the Company.
The transfer book of the Company
will be closed during the fourteen days
immediatelv preceding such meeting.
Dated at Revelstoke, B. C this 19th
day of June, A.D., 1909.
Hevelstoke Lund District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take Notice thai Roderick XV. Lindsay, of Camborne, B.C., ncoupation
merchant, Intends to apply for* permission to purchase the following
described land :
Commenolng al a post planted at the
north-east coiner of A. D. McKay's
pre-emption. No. 78U5, and marked
"11. W. Lindsay's North-West Corner
Post; thence iilioiil 8 cliains cast to
west line of McKinnon's pre-emption,
Ihence aboul oil chuins south, thence
about 8 chains west to .McKay's side
line, thence north aboul 60 chains to
point of commencement and containing HI acres more or less.
Roderick William Lindsay,
Dated April 80th, 1009. my 22
Kevelsloke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that I, Adran La Brash,
of Nakusp, occupation married woman,
intends  to   apply   for   permission  to
Imrchase     the    following    described
anils :
Commenolng at a post planted on
the south-west coiner of Lot 9110,
thence west 11) chains; tlience north
Wl chains; thence east 10 chains; tlience
south UO chains to place of commencement.
Muh. ADRAN La Buasii.
H.J. La Buasii, Agent,
Dated May 17th, 1009, my 21)
Kevelsloke Land Dislricl.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notice that Lafayette Ijunb, of
C|inton,   Iowa,   U. S. A., occupation
Millowner,   intends   to apply for per
'_"  i folio    '
scribed land:
mission to  purchase the following tie
First-class  Work   Guaranteed.
Mail  Orders  Promptly  Filled.
R. Z. Crawford
Corner 3rd Street and Robson Ave.
To Trappers
Raw Furs Bought
Cash Prices Paid
F.   B.   WELLS,
Exporter of Furs
Arrange Now for Your
Summer Supply of
Phone 39       Office   MoKenzie Ave
MuiiiifHctiir.il fur all clasn.ui of  buildings
fur sate io large ur small iiaautilies
at the luwest prices for cash.
All kiwis ol building aod plastering
A lobster crop may yet be added to
the fishery wealth ol British Columbia. The Dominion government is
stocking suitable bays with lobsters
from Nowa ScotU.
The amalgamation of the British
Columbia Copper Company and tbe
Dominion Copper Company, with
their mines and the Bmelters at Greenwood, ia definitely announced from
the east. The strike situation on the
properties of the first named company
remains unchanged. The holidays
interfered with the week's output, and
tlie shipments were below the average.
Gary It. Barrett, who killed Deputy
Warden Stedman of the Alberta penitentiary, wae hanged in Edmonton on
Wednesday laat.
Detectives now say that the train
robber ahot by Constable Decker at
Asbcrolt ie Lou Haney, and that the
man who shot Decker is Haney's
brother. While the man-hunt has
been given up, detectives are still
chasing up the records ol tbe Haney
brothers, who were two well known
California outlawa.
Ida Irene Verniilyea, a Vancouver
girl, came out first in the McGill matriculation examinations this year
with a total of 001 marks out of a
possible 700.
The first annual Vancouver Exhibition is to be held at Hastings park
October 7, 8 and 9, As the time is
short all slock and outside exhibits
will be dispensed with except horseB.
Four tliiiii-itiiil dollars haa been voted
to put up a permanent grandstand,
and the executive will put on the best
and most elaborateamuaeineut feature
they can Becure.
The C. P. R. haa placed in trust
$2,500 lor the education ol the son of
Comtable Isaac Decker who wsb killed
in trying to arrest the two train
robbers io Aahcrott. The Provincial
government is also making arrangements for the care of Decker's family.
All this ia apart Irom the rewards
which will remain as before.
The Indians at Pemberton Meadows
have been greatly excited lately over
the spasmodic appearances of a wild
white man who rushes around armed
with a brush knife on the end of a
long pole. There is no police force
nearer than Vancouver and Lillooet,
and the Indians are in great alarm,
even tbe tquawe carrying revolverB
and threatening to shoot on eigbt.
The Prince Rupert Empire ia now
in the bands ol S. M. Newton, wbo
bought il from John Houston.
Campbell Sweeny, manager ol the
Rank ol Montreal, iu Vancouver, who
haa just returned from a trip to tbe
Kootenays sayB he was greatly impressed by the strides that were being
made there in Iruit growing. Other-
wiBe he found business in Kootenay
and the Boundary country rather
The C.P.R. is likely soon to remove
its line from tbe main street in Kamloops and run it close along the river
bank, This was tbe intimation given
by lien. Supt. BuBteed to the city
council at a conference he held with
them recently. The change is to be
made in conformity with a number of
improvements contemplated by the
C.P.R. in that city.
The provincial government has
established a British Columbia scholarship in connection with the Ontario
agricultural college at Guelph or the
college ol St. Ann de Bellevue,Quebec
StudentB attending from this province
will receive ifiiO each per term Irom
the government.
George Milne, a young man who
worked in a grocery atore in Vancou
ver, was killed by [ailing Irom tbe
steps ol a street car in the early part
ol the week. He waa a brother of
Albert Milne of the Hudson Bay Co.'b
atatl in Kamloops.
Commencing at a posl planted al lhe
S. E. corner of Lot 7IMH, then north 20
chains, then east 20 chains, thence
south 20 cbains more or less to lake
shore, thence westerly along lake shore
20 chains more or less to point of commencement.
B, MiGauiihan,
Agent for Lafayette Lamb.
Dated June 8rd, 1908. jun '£i
Palace Restaurant
McKenzie  Avenue
Fruit, Candies, Cignrs,Tobacco.
Meals 35 cents.
A. H. Sing, Proprietor
Hevelstoke Land District.
District of West Kootenay.
Take notloe that Robert It. Caldwell,
of Nelson, B.C., occupation Merchant,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase tho following desorlbed landsi
Commenolng at a post planted about
live miles norlli of Downie Crook and
about fifiv miles north of Revelstoke
on the Columbia Hiver, thenee 8ii
chains north along the Oolumbia river,
Ihence 211 chains west, thence60 cliains
south, thenoo 20 chains east to point of
Robert h. Calhwki.l,
Per John VV, Kails. Agent.
paled I7ih Juiif, nioo.        |uu8Q0Od
I.llVK ROOM 1101 SK totaled or. C.
' P, It grounds near station, wilh
2ti year lease on giouml. This house Is
in good repali with tlm- garden and
fruii trees, Will sell at ahargalnlf
sold at once, Apply for further par
Oculars lo K, .1. Bourne, Plrsl street.
nOR 8ALK-A cottage, also piano
J.' and furniture, apply for terms
and particulars in H. N. Doyle    My '■*'
i MM i Hi iiiM iii hi, wanted up
ply at the Oriental Hotel
Skeleton 400,000 Years Old
Paris, July 10.—Wise men have
now pronounced upon the age ol the
homo mousterienaia, whose skeleton
was discovered in a cavern near Le
Moustier in the Department of Dor-
dagne, south-western France, about a
year ago. When discovered the skull
was much damaged, but the parts of
the skeleton have since been put
together, and it is now thought the
remains aie those of a young man
between 10 and 18.
The jaws are protruding, tbe skull
markedly receding . The nose would
seem to have been broad and flattened
aud the nostrils directed mainly forward; all these features being very
spelike. An age of 400,000 years is
assigned to the deposit, which belongs
to a late interglacial epoch. This
would make the fossil young man of
Le Mouslicr, the oldest ol tbe liumsn
race yet known
Private sale of household furniture
.if   Mrs.   D.  W.   Foote,  Third street.
Same may be seen between the hours
ol 11 u.m.' and 1 p.m. any day.    17-tf
Plunged Into Wilderness Two Years Ago and
Given up for Lost.
Ottawa, July 19.—Geo. Caldwell,
the explorer, who wns supposed to
have perished thiee years ago when
searching lor gold north ol the Arctic
Circle, is alive and ia pushing south
from the Hudson Bay regions on hia
way to thia city. With him are his
two Eskimo guides, whose wives have
been mourning them as dead for the
last two years. The lirst news from
Caldwell waa received here today in
the form ol a telegram, brielly giving
information of his early return. It is
not known if he haB realized his hope
of discovering the richeat gold field in
the world. He left the polioo post at
Cape Fullerton, Hudson Bay, in January, 100(1, with tbe two Eskimos,
intending to push to the Copper Mine
River and on to the Mackenzie River,
He sent a letter to his family in
Auguat, 1906, Irom Cheaterlield Inlet
and from that time nothing more waa
beard from bim. The letter was carried south by a party ol Eskimos
returning Irom a musk-ox hunt. Two
years ago Eskimos reported that
Caldwell and hia two companions were
dead. Articles belonging to the men
were picked up and it was believed
they had perished from cold.
Now, however, it develops that the
party came safely through all dangers
and tbere is intense intereat bere over
tbe news Caldwell brings of hia gold
hunting. He headed into territory
never belore entered by white men
and hiB journey will bave a geographi
cal value apart from the poaaibility of
his having found gold.
Revelstoke Hotels Are Enlarging Premises to
Keep Up With Business
That travel and buaineas are increasing rapidly in Revelstoke is shown
by tbe necessity fur increased hotel
accommodation,wbicb the dift'ererent
hosteleriea of the city are striving to
meet. Two hotels have lately increased
their room considerably, and a third
has already done the excavation work
for the commencement of a considerable addition.
The new annex to the Hotel RevelBtoke, containing fifteen additional
rooms, wiih opened lor business laBt
week. Mr. Alex MeDonell, tbe genial
manager, ia determined to leave nothing undone lur the comfort ol his
patrons us the furnishing ol these
rooms shows. It ia practically divided
iuto suites of two roomB, between
which is a handsomely furnished bath
room with which each room connects
separately, lu every room ia a bedstead ol polished brass and bureaus ol
weathered oak, while the floors are
covered with green Bosphor carpets.
Wicker chairs and trunk stands also
add to the convenience ol the guests.
The walla are finished in kalaomine,
and the doors and casings iu glnsBy
white paint. The annex Is a two-
storey addition to the cast ol the
main building, and its finish is a
credit to Mr. Bethune, the local contractor, who bad charge ol the work.
The a dition and furnishing cost about
$8,000. Besides this Mr. MeDonell
has had the whole house practical'y
In the lower town Aid. Stone haa
the excavation already made for a
considerable addition to the Oriental
hotel. He intends to put on an addition 00 by 30, containing 23 rooms,
On the floor will be a large dining
room 26x34, and there will be a wide
hallway and staircase and a new bar
room. Besides tbis there will be a one
story addition at the back for wash-
house and outhouse   purposes.
O. W. Abrabaniaon ie the contractor
for this addition which will cost about
$8,000, and should be completed and
ready for business hy next Ootober.
Mr. Caley also expects to finish
shortly the addition to the City hotel
which be started some months ago.
Tbe addition consists of a big bar
room on the lower floor aud eight
bedrooms above. Four of the bedrooms
are already furnished and in use, and
Mr. Caley expects to finish the others
and furnish them right away. The
bar room, which will be one ol the
biggest in tbe oity," will ho finished
later. The addition is three storey,
22x40, and up to date tbe work has
cost about ,$7,000.
forestry Commission
A. S. Goodeve, M. P. for Kootenay,
passed through on Sunday afternoon
on his way to the Coast. He was accompanied by Mrs. Goodeve, wbo will
go witb him on a 11} ing trip to the
Seattle Exposition. Mr. Goodeve will
then go to Victoria, where the sittings
ol the Forestry Commission, of which
be has been appointed a member, will
commcuce un the 22nd inst. Tbe
next Bitting ol the Commission will be
hold iu Vancouver, and they will then
move up country working gradually
eastward, and holding sittings at
Kamloops, Vernon, Revelatoke and
othr interior points belore winding
up tbeir work in the KootenayH.
Rev, __o_.net has Some Emphatic BelLfs and
Quaint Comparisons
Rev. A, Bubnet of New York lectured in the Edison theatre bore un
Sunday evening. Mr. Bonnet's congregation waa amall, and he therefor
decided to abandon hia lecture on
"The Great Pyramid of Egypt," which
he had annrunced, and gave a lecture
on "Consecration," instead. Mr. Bob-
net is not much troubled with modern
scientific discovery. Neither the
Neanderthal man nor the age ol the
Sauriana, whose bones are found imbedded in the earth, trouble him. He
gives it as his emphatic belief that tbe
world is just six thousand years old,
aud that it Iuih almost exactly three
thousand more years to exist, alter
which it will burn up like a rag doll.
He figures out that there are in heaven
juet twelve legions ol angels, and as it
is promised that "the angel of the
bind encamps about his saints," he
thinks that there will generally be
enough to go round lor all the saints
there are ou earth at any one time.
While the Bible only spoke ol "the
angel of the Lord," it really meant
"angela."     lt was plural like "sheep."
"Huw long will they encamp? 1 can
tell yuu to a day. It will he just three
days, lur the Bible says that with the
Lord one day is as a thousand years
and a thousand years is but a day. It
ia just three thousand years till the
second coming of the Lord."
Some of Mr. Bonnet's illustrations
are certainly unique. Speaking of the
love of Christ in leaving hia heavenly
home to take on human tleah he
aeked his audience pointedly:
"Now which of you would like to go
down on all fours and take on the
form and flesh of a little pig and
grow up and spend thirty-three yeara
amoii,' the pigs? Vet the difference
would be no greater f:r any of us
than it wae for Christ to leave hia
epiritu.il form as an archangel and
come down and take un our human
His illustration of eternity was
helped out hy a feather and the old
stove in the corner. "Suppose," he
said, "an angel came once in a thousand years with a feather in bis hand
and gave one brush on that stove, and
kept coming back every thousand yearn
and brushed on the atovc once more
each time till it waa swept oil the
earth, and then be started to brush
this building in the saint: way, and
the town antl the mountains, until
he bad swept tbem otf the globe. By
the time he got through eternity
would be just about starting in."
Hia idea ol giving to the Lord wae
helped out by a story of Pastor Russell.
A man came to Russell aud eaid he
wished be had a million dollars and
he would give it all to spread the
goapel truth.
"And the paator told him he had
already given it, and ao he had. He
had given it because he had uot taken
a million dollars away from the Lord.
Hia are the cattle on a thousand hills,
and il you give in spirit that is
Monarch lead Mine
Following are some further particulars of the big Monarch lead mine at
Field which was purchased recently
hy the Mount Stephen Mining Syndicate of coast capitalists who are to
start work on it right away.
The mine haa heen worked iu tho
past from a a rlace level at a point
about 700 feet above the C.I'.R. tracks.
Owing tu a atretch of perpetual slide
over which a road ia lo be operated to
the workinga, tho new company haB
decided to open into the mountain at
bunker height above the track and
isceiid to the ore body by tunnel at
an angle ol 45 degrees, a distance of
about 700 feet, which will open into
the workinga.
Arrangements have been made with
the C.P.R. lor a platlorni over the
tracks, which will allow ol waste heing
dumped clear of the metals. The ore
will be lowered down the tunnel and
taken out to the platform bunkors
and dropped into cars, ready lor the
It is estimated that at least 10,000
tons ot lead are in sight, while it is
dillicult to pluce it limit on the extent
ol the mineral in the mountain. He-
cont examinations havo convinced
the now uwners that the oro body is
very much greater than was at first
estimated Samples taken from all
partB of the property average in value
over $25 per ton.
The deal is one of the most important closed in the province in many
And Its Keeping Qualities
SOME people find it necessary to buy a considerable quantity
of flour at  one time—sufficient to  last  for a long period.
Naturally they are anxious to procure a flour of the kind best
adapted to lengthy storage.
There are two important reasons why PURITY FLOUR
possesses these qualities. One is that it is made entirely from
Manitoba Hard Wheat. The other lies in the fact that the careful
milling necessary to produce "Purity" absolutely excludes' all
low-grade particles of the wheat berry. It's the high grade
Manitoba Hard Wheat Flour that keeps—stands longest storage.
That's  "Purity."
"Purity" (lour may cost a little more,
but is more  than worth the  difference.
Try it.    Watch  results both  for quality
and yield.
"More Bread
and better Bread"
Western Canada Flour Mills Co., Limited
Mills at St. Bonitacc. Qodtrich, Brandon.
Office. Winnlptf, Manitoba.
Another "Sunshine" Feature
This ii an entirely new idea, and will especially interest people who reside in natural
gas districts. The gas ring takes the place
of the lower Sunshine fire-pot, thus making
it possible to burn gas in your furnace without
inconvenience. Such is not possible in a
furnace where the ordinary gas log is inserted;
for, should the gas give out, a coal or wood
fire could not be started until the gas pipes
were disconnected.
To provide against sweating in the summer
time, Sunshine Furnace is equipped w-ith a
nickelled .steel radiator and dome. All
bolts and rivets are nickelled, all rods
copper-plated. Tli is special treatment, besides meaning quicker and greater radiation
from the radiator and dome than cold chili
ir mi could possibly give, arts as protection
fur the bolts, rivets and rod-, from inroads of
gas. When cast iron comes in contact with
our nickelled steel it is coated with nur special
An tt-Rust treatment, which prevents the
slightest possibility oi rust commencing
anywhere in Sunshine Furnace.
The Gas Ring
For Sale by
BOURNE   BROS.       Revelstoke
All Work Promptlv
and Neatly Executed
On Saturday, in Grand Forks, the
payroll at the Uranhy amounted to
over $40,000.
Alter being in tho water lor over a
month, the body ot CharleB Diamond
wae found in the Narrows near Movie.
A Vancouver company has purchased five thousand acres of land in the
Nicola valley at a price ol $50. an acre.
It ie intended to drovidc an adequate
irrigation system and subdivide the
property for fruit growing.
Commercial   Printing
A Specialty With Us,
Call for Estimates and Advertising Rates
Revelstoke Navigation Co.. Ltd.
Steamer Revelstoke leaves Landing
at the head of Canyon every Tuesday
and Friday al <i a. iu. (water permitting) and arrives at Downie Creek
iiboui -' p.m.. returning same day. T.
A. Lewis' passenger stage and fn-igln
wagons transfer paasengersand freight
between all oity hotels and Landing.
Leave orders with Mr. Lewis, telephone No. 78. There is telephone connection with the steamer. The number
is B216. AH Information as to rales
and other business nmy be obtained
at office mi buard the steamer from
1-' ;swassiin, Purser,
Revelatoke Lund District.
District of West Kootenay,
Take notice that John W> Falls, of
Nelson,   B.C.,  occupation  Miner, iu-
I tends to apply  for permission to purchase the following described lands;
Commencing al a post planted about
five miles north of Downie Creek on
! tin- Columbia Kiver and about flftv
i miles north of Revelttoke, tlience so
i i hains south along Columbia river,
| thenoe 30 chains west, thenoe 80 chains
north, thence 20 chains east to point of
.IntiN XV. Falls.
Dated 17th June, 1000, jun 8u uut TUE MAIL HERALD, REVELSTOKE B. ll
Trimmed Summer Hats
All   Trimmed   Millinery on   Sale   at   Less
than Half Price
Children's Sailors, Mens and  Boys   Straw
Hats at Sale Prices.
We have marked all lines of Summer
Dry Goods at prices to clear. Your dollar
will buy more goods than ever before.
New programme at Edison Parlor
Theatre Friday anil Saturday.
County Oourt Bits here on the 23id
The hub pendent Hand will piny at
the haul-laud in the lower town on
Friday evening
The Bishop of Niagara was   among
the   passengers
aftern i nn his way through  to  the
There will be a regular review of
Mt. Maoksnzie Hive, 1.. 0. T , on
Thursday afternoon nt ;i p. in., July
20th. All members are particularly
requested to attend.
A n eeting ol tbe Local Option
League will he held on Thursday
night (to-morrow) at 8 o'clock in the
Bapii-t church. All ollicers and members are urgently requested to be
While the thermometer lins lieen
climtiing up here lately it has not yet
reached a height at which oue requires
a step ladder to see it. Yesterday
afternoon it rati up o 76 in the shade,
so tbat it was still "20 degrees below
the higheBt point reached last year
when it stood at 90 one day.
J. Morton of the Mail-Herald,
yeeterday received a cablegram containing the sad news of the death of
his father, who had gone on a visit to
his youngest daughter iu Sydney, N.8.
W, The Jute Mr. Morton was oue ol
the early pioneers of western Manitoba, having gone in with the big rush
in 1882.
Last Friday Chiel Thomas English
of the Calgary pulice lorce locked hie
desk and walked out uf the olhco he
had occupied tor 19 years. This was
dune in compliance with the tlt-maud
ol the Polioe Commissioners that he
should resign in three days. He is
now awaiting the action ol the city
council to whom the commissioners
are responsible. Chief English is a
man over 60years of age, who has had
a police experience e.\tending through
scores uf years, and almost across the
Mrs. Strutt, wife of William Strutt
of Tront Lake, died in the hospital
bere on Monday last. The deceased
lady came to the hospital here abuut
three weeks ago. She was then very
seri iush' ill, and every effort was math
• save her life, but in vain. The remains were forwarded yesterday morning to Trout Lake lor intermei.i. Mr.
Strutt, who is au old timer in the
Lardeau country, and has many
friends in this district, will have their
sincere sympathy in which the Mail-
Herald joins.
Cull .
C'.; A R D 13 N
il insp
;'k of Unit
hut new
ts and Warden Seeds of all kinds
i kept in stock
We carry n complete lino of
staple and fancy groceries, ninl
can offer you tho best goods uj
the same pi-Ice as you pay for
Inferior lines.
Our bread, cake and pastry trade,
is rapidly increasing, a trial
oilier for nny one of the above
will explain why. Our aim is to
keep only the best.
Hobsons Bakery & Grocery
Your Insurance
Is  one ol   tlie   most   important   items
in your business
Kootenay Agencies, Ltd,
Look after this branch of your business
Successors to Kincaid & Anderson
Moving pictures Friday and Saturday.
The installation ol   the   Gamewell
lire alarm system in the city lire halls
has now heen oompleted.
A meeting ol all persons interesteti
in poultry raising will be held in
Morgan's barber shop on Monday
evening next at 7:30o'olook. Due ol
the objeots of the meeting ia to arrange
for the housing ol poultry exhibit at
the second animal Kail Fair.
J. A. Harvey, K. C, formerly of
Cranbrook, but now of the tirm of
Harvey it Taylor, Vancouver passed
through on Sunday with his family
bound for the Coast, where they will
in (titnre result .
freight Wreck
A freight   train   wreck  at Qlenogle,
about half way   between   (lolden  and
I Beavermoutb,   on   Monday   morning
The lawn social   in  Aid of   St. An-  delayed  westbound  trallic for three or
drewe   church,  given  on the church   ,„„,   ,    „        ,.
grounds   last   night,   passed.!-    veiy  ,0U'   ll0u"'      Bey"ml   lnJur>"   fo 'he
successfully.     The    grounds   besides  <»» no damage was done,     It is sup-
beiug   beautifully    illuminated    wen    I   »ed that   a   broken   wheel  threw a
decorated   with   bunting    gracefully  freight   car   inl     -,     :,,    ,
draped on everyside     The Independ- otherB fo    wed it, but I ttbe
ent Hand supplied the music, an.! tbe "e
warm    weather   helped    out    tbe   ice   tr8ln rem»'°ed   ti the track.     Two or
cream   trade, by   which   the funds ol   l,iree hour-    * e track   ■■ is Hear-
the church benefitted
Prof. A. O. Wheeler president     the
Alpine Cluil, was in the city yesterday
morning.   He   said tbe  cm: Id
soon be going into camp on na ground
in   the  Selkirkk     Tbey  wanted   the
I assistance of any memqere who would
Major Morris, provincial commander C0,Mle '" aml bel-P t0 Pru8h  tentH *'"1
ul the Salvation Army, passed through  other   wurk.     He expressed  concern
eastward bound on Sunday morning.
Major Morris will visit Fernie. where
one of the tticera recently met with a
-tn is accident, and will then proceed to Lethbridge where the 8. A
barrack! were badly injured by tbe
collapse I a neighboring theatre. He
waa accompanied by Adjutant Waki
field, wh im- charge f tbe local
Immigrati a rk I tbe Salvation
Army, The adjutant slated that the
army w uld not bring any immigrants
into British Columbia this year, as at
present thet iiud t" be no particular demand fur it Reports irom
t:iu-i ahead) bi mght in showed that
alui.irt without exception they .nn
d ing well and liked tin- country, The
others sai-l they expected to seeOen.
Ijoutli through here ne.it October,
because an attempt was being mail. I
knock out of business the old mount-
• ring guides along the road, He
he hoped that travellers would
still continue to patronise theold tuners   wh .   underssi. •    I be  mountains
throughly and wers in ..very way g I,
competent men.
ed again, and by midnigbi trains were
" J Ol .-'_,.
mi '        "ii   M nday   N i,   S  did not
reach  bere till after 10  .cluck and it
ck when  97   arrived
sn lay rigbt eoi
''"'   »        ' ,. etely   lur   the
Real Estate, Insurance and Commission Agent
Office on First St., Opposite the Club
Rknts Collected, Loans Notary Public
$15,000   -STOCK--$15,000
We are giving up business and selling  out our entire  Stock
of Men's Furnishings, Hoots, Shoes and Clothing.
To be Sold at Slaughter Prices
The Sale commences at once and  will  he  continued   day and
evening until the entire Stock is disposed of.
JOHN   BULL Mckenzie avenue
In Ripe Old Age
A Brand New Idea
Hinged Top Talcum Can
Williams     Vu
Talcum Pnrkagc
The hinged lop
plet '111-   leaking
iking   Pine   Talcum   Stunning Perfumes
Cai nation and  Vlolcl
Get a pacange w bile it's
new     I'im i. S> I lENTH.
Neit Hume Block    'Phone No. 28
Mrs  J
r, wh-i
nnl   , imii)
■ i bey will visit their
.mil    fMinily    are
visit   in  Allien
Mi- I. J I',rti i
enjoying » holidaj
0 my on,
Hon    i   las   M irphj       icretary ol
State, will be in Kevelstoke On Friday
next on his return (rum the Coast
S. A. Mm,ily and .1,  M. Criim ul I be
Mundy Lumber oompanj Throi     -
ley, were in t  wn uu flfonds)
W, (I. Vuiiiig uf Kamloops, ami
iiii- Lund went up river yesterday to
see some claims lo Ground Hug Baalfi
I .nu    Edwardl   and    Hubert  Mink
more returned last Sunday Irum „
two mon thi prospeotlng trip to Tete
.Ilium Cache,
Mrs. It   II.  I ri|iiharl,   with   Uladya
and Glenn, lelt Tuesday morning lur
Albert Canyon, where Ihey will spend
summer holidays,
\V. It. (iiuhlic formerly nl Ibe Imperial Hunk hurt', and now ol Clan
brook, was in Ilm city renewing old
tti'.|uaiiitaiices during the past week.    I
ampbell died ,it Ins home
on -■ itreeton Monday morning
■    i i."    if 83 yean  am
i' ■ ■ ised was born in Hal-
'' 1 I muni,     ami    0*me   k)
M ' I' big westward mora-
• --■    About   twelve
' »me t<  British O umbia, lirst
ng ii lirand I'rainr
For ths pasl two years he lute lived In
retirement in Kevelstoke, mar hit
daughter  Mr-   Howsi n, ol this city
A   widow   and    Ine   cliililren    inrvive
him I he children are Mrs Robert
Howson ol thia city, Mrs. Riddel I
ol Grand Prairie, Mr- Northern* (Elk-
horn, Man Wm Campbell,ol Salmon
Arni md M Campbell, the youngest
son ile, lives ,., Revelstoke, I hi
funeral took plaoethis afternoon at 2
o'ol iflk,      lhe      Rev,       Mr.       l-'ieein i:,
Fo Inspect Montgomery Croup
<i. I', Mutually, of .Spokane a mining
engineer nl repute, accompanied by
IV.    II     Huberts in,   left   lor    Downie
oreek on yesterday's steamer to make
an examination ol the Montgomery
group.     He    will   likely  inspect  sume
utlmr properties also bofure returning.
Interesting Lacrosse Match To-morrow Afternoon nn the Cricket Grounds
On the cricket grounds tomorrow
afternoon at, Ci o'clock a friendly
game of lacrosse will be played.
A team from the lower town, captained by Albert Stone will meet a
team from i he upper town captained
by A. B. McCleneghan. A. ,1. MeDonell and A. M Kae will be referees.
The line up (-object to change
without notice:
Lower—F. II. Wells, .1. Abrahamson,
.1. P. Sutherland, .1. A. Stone, R. A
Upper, Tom Steed, H. Cook, II. Siegfried, B. R. Atkins, 11 Smythe, ,1. 11
Stewart, XV. II. Brooker, .las. MoMar-
tin, 11. B, Stonex, R, Laughton.
Upper—Sam Sutherland, 0. K. Gillan, T. Kilpatrick, 13, Dupont, T.
Walsh, J. G. Barber, T, E. L. Taylor,
A. B. McCleneghan, Dr. Hamilton,
F. E. Sine, .1. K. N. Cooke, Hec. McKinuon, A. E, Kincaid, Dr. Suther
land, li. S. McCarter.
A collection will be taken up from
the spectators to be donated to the
hospital. It will not surprise many
to learn that the combined weight of
the teams ia 5,o53lbB.
Last night the Intermediate baseball
team deieated the Scots Greys in a
fine game. The first innings on both
aidee was slack, both teams getting
runs, but alter that it waB a good
exhibition of baseball. Burridge was
on the slab lur Ihe Intermediates,
while Scott did the tossing for tbe
Greys. This game brings the Intermediate boys to a tie for lirst place iu
the league with the Greys.
The Willow baseball tean are looking tor a game in town. This taiim ia
made up of boys who frequent a certain
house near Sawyer's sash and dcor
factory. Any boarding hnuse that can
get a team together kindly put up a
nolice in the Y.M.O.A., and arrangement- will be untie as to the tlate
The baseball game scheduled for tonight between the schools and the
Beavers, will not lie played on account
e boys being away at Albert Canyon, where the Y.M.C.A. hoys are uow
in camp.
A good dial ol interest was taken
locally iu the lacrosse match played
last Saturday between the New Westminster and Vancouver teams, when
the champions went down to defeat- by
l IOOI I       While   there   is
naturally some -ympathy for the men
who I ■ Minto cup to  British
Columbia tbis defeat will only add to
thi interest nl lbs game on the coast,
01 five games played between Van-
.   v sa   Westminster   this
-' aaon   I hi  ten al city   has   so   far
HI    but   'bey   have
still a chance  to   redeem   themselves
before tbi   Mason   ends      rhe   New
earn   was   union una te
m Sal hi absence ol  n me ol
I ,-, the number ol
......   peniii-i il      The
testing between   the twn iun- is -mul
bitter that all luiiire matches
fereed   by
Sanson I Oead fown
-   Hiylifl   a iii.icliii,  ■'  li)  i [.nlc,
i \\   .,. ,p< r I- 'i absence
:,■ n-      M .si  if  the time
bl    ■ ■      ip ill   md   ir Hind   D .wsi.ii
ii  m lis nl    the ileiuliHl  place
lit Hi., mi says     'ai least
21*1 men  hn- lieing led .it -nop ll in In n-
miiiil uui.I I.y llie cit.y ami Hie Silvn
tion  Army II.ill    I be    buildings nre
nofH copied    ' -.'I    here is none dI i be
sxoltemenl nl Irirmei divs    Tbi ire
tuns ol machinery lying idle, and very
hn.'■ ■ irk .- i g nn noil" Inmi that
being done ty the Gnggsnheinu Ten
hours constitutes a day's work, nntl
Um union is given no recognition
whatever    Men are getting ont of the
cuuntry as fust   iih   Ihey can, but, it is
nut   nn   easy  oountry   to get mil. nf.
The railway (arc is IN cenls a mile
and many haven't the price."
Mr.   Itnylilf is again wurking at, the
••jt. Eugene,—Moyle Leader,
Trades and Labor Council Deals With This
and Other Matters
Further preparations for celebrating
Labor Day were made at a meeting it
the Trades and Labor Council held
last, Saturday night, ami the work is
to he pushed forthwith. The lirst
step to he taken will be the circulation
of posters in neighboring towns announcing that a celebration is to le
held here.
II. Kempster presided and Ihere was
a good al tendance of delegates.
II. N. Coursier reported in the
matter of securing speakers for tin
evening, that IC. T. Kingsley, ot Vancouver, had promised lhat Kevelstoke
should have the lirst call on him,
It was suggested that several othei
mimes might be secured, and then the
Council could choose between them.
Delegate Lyons said they ahould
get up something as good aa possible
aa it was the only day they celebrated
in the town.
Mr. Coursier said that while in
Okanagan lately many penple had
inquired ol him what they were going
tc do in Revelstoke, and be had t Id
them to look out for Labor Day. He
made tbe suggestion of distributing
posters which was afterwards adopted.
The following committees were ap
Soliciting and Finance—Measre.
Knapp, Kimberley and Mit hell.
Sports—Me8ara. Lyons, Kempster
and Hiiywartl.
Advertising—Messrs. Coursier, Cal-
lin and Tweedie.
Delegate Lyons said they had sume
first-class trophies on hand to ompete
Ior already, and with generous subscriptions from the citizens, they
ought to lie able to give veiy good
prizes. With good attractions in
sports and amusements they should
draw anywhere from 1,000 to 1,500
penple from neighboring towua.
The chairman aaid they were not
able to present a report on the abolition of the ward system, as the
committee had not been able to get
together. About two thirds ol the
property of the city wae represented
by the signatures on the petition they
bad circulated, and they should be
able to report at the next meeting.
It wae resolved that a letter of condolence he sent to Mrs. Dewar, expressing the sympathy of the Council
with her on the death ol her husband
who had been one of their members.
It was reported that the contractors
lor the Molsons Bank building had
promised to pay union wages to the
enrprntera when they began work,
though the men working on the brick
aud cement work were not union men.
Chaiet to be Built in Victoria Park for the
Present Season
Special Sale
You   will  find   the store full of them, but there are
a few lines it will pay you to give particular  attention   to.
Black China Silk—36 inches wide, only 50c. a yard
White Lawn—45 inch, a particularly good quality,
two prices—20c. and 25c.
Ladies' and Misses Wash Dresses at half price.
Ladies' Straw Sailors,   regular  75c.   now  45c
Children's  Muslin   Bonnets and Hats at one-third
off regular price.
Prints, Ginghams and Muslins   a large variety
regular  12',4c. to 20c, now only ioe.
McLennan & Co,
I-You Don't Have To
£ Go outside of Revelstoke to make
^ your Real Estate Investments.
^      The Revelstoke Land Company Ltd.
have the best bargains in tho City.
Lots $150 up.   Acreage $100 up.
Kootenay Agencies Ltd., Agents
Revelstoke Flour and Feed Store
Royal Standard Flour, Five Rose Flour, Hay,
Grain, Feed and Chicken Specialties, Beans, Peas,
Barley, Breakfast Foods, Mayer's Celebrated English Horse and Cattle Foods and Medicines.
The Paget Supply Co'y.
'II  attended   meeting <
Ineering club was  held
ining, the prei
A    IV
city   hall   lasl
Kev.   .1     H.    Robertson
f Iiiiii the
rhe principal business before the
meeting was the erection of a chalet
ur -Idler lor mountain climbers in
V ii inun I'm k nl the -iinifiiil of Mount
Tho consensus of opinion was ihal if
anything wns lo lie done II should be
done at once, Mayor Lindmark said
thn (rail would be IIxod and In good
-litI><• mi ihe following day, Mrs.
< mu lei was of opinion that the chalet
l... iid he completed and ready for use
by the Ills! week iu August If it was
o, In   un g I I hii year.
Tho mayor suggested thai ihe best
plan would he lo get up n "bee" and
inuiii one iif log- right mi the spot.
He estimated lhal it that were done ll
would not eust. moro thnn f(2&0, and
tho Oouncil might glvestimni-sslslanoe.
Mi   l'i.rde thought ,i cooking niiilli
should he put iii .uid lhe key might Illicit with-iiiiiciiiic iii lliii city, hii lhal
members of the club might have thn
il .■ of It.
iin umi imi of Kev, O. A. Procunior
ii wns resolved thai the seorekuy be
Instructed to request lhe city council
for a donation, and that a committee
i.e appointed I" -i,licit ptivatesuh
picripl ions.
ft, J, Stewart was elected a member
ni the olub, .unl be nml II. N. Oouraier
were appointed a committee to collect
subscriptions for the chalet.
A I.i. Macdonald, J.T, Pollock, ll.W.
Ulackmore, Mayor Lindmark nnd R.
,i. Stewart wereappolnteda committee
to organise mul supervise the work of
building, A number of others volunteered In go up nest week and get the
work under way,   'i'hey will also have
In choose a site.      It   was understood
that shingles  for   lhe roof, and other,
finishing material, and cooking uti-n-
sils will nave to be taken up by pack-
horses   later.      It   was     the   general!
opinion   thai   the    chalet   should   lie
simply a  place  for  sitting around In I
antl cooking, but for Bleeping purposes |
tents should bo placed around it.
Mr. Forde tendered his resignation
us secretary, saying he had only undertaken it temporarily, and be bad a
great ileal of other work to attend to.
The meeting, however, was so insistent lhat be retain the position, when
a motion to that effect had heen unanimously carried he agreed to do so for
the present season.
The chairman saiil a number of persons who wished to ascend Mount
llevelsloke had asked him if some
member of Uu-club would not guide
them up.
Miss Hobbs said lhat Ihey were
going wilh a party antl a packhoise ul
four o'clock on Thursday morning.
Anyone could come un with them, and
ihe man with the packhoise would bo
coming down again.
for the Advancement of Science
Winnipeg .Meeting
August 26th to Sept I, ItHltl
Tin- Local Secretaries have printed
and distributed a lirst list of members attending the meeting and have
in preparation 11 second list ot membcie
ll will i-Tt-atly facilitate the work if
those who intend to join ilu- Association will send Iheir names withoul
delay to the undersigned, from whom
all Information, forms nl application,
circulars, elc, may hi- obtained.
Dolegates froin points: Mission
Junction nml west, mul west of Kootenay Landing, in Uritish Columbia,
Members nnd Associates from this
territory will bo sold return tickets' at
the rale of single f.iee on presentation
of their nieuibersbip lickels, or nlber
proof thai they me homillilu members
iif lhe Association, anil will not. Ihere-
fore be required to obtain certificates
to cover their return joiirnt-v.
'lickels may be purchiiMed from
Aligns! Hlih to August mill, Inclusive,
ami will be good t acb initial starting poiui on return trip up lo anil
Including October 81st, 1900,
To enable those who wish to attend
the meeting to secure the return fare
privilege, il "ill therefore lie lirst
necessary to join the Association ly
paying the ineiiib -i-sbip fees as follows:
Lib- member (lady or gent  .,. %:»)
Annual member, (lady or gent),. (jt $Iu
Associate (lady or gent i fo $ S
Ladles' ticket (transferable) ..../■■ ijs 5
Tub  Local  Sbcuutakikm   Buitibu
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg,
Court of Revision
Notice is hereby given that a sitting
of the Court of Revision to hear and
determine any complaints or appeals
against the assessment of rates Or
frontage tax proposed to be levied anil
imposed on the lauds or real property
affected under the provisions of Hy-
law No. 14,'l, being known as the "Local Improvement, Sidewalk Uy-hiw
No. ll.'I, 1000," providing for the construction of concrete sidewalks (a) on
lho norlli side of First Street from the
corner of Campbell Avenue lo tlio
corner of Boyle Avenue ami (b) oil the
norlh side  of Second  Streel from the
oorner of Pearson Sireet to the oornor
of Forde Streel anil (c)on the west side
of Fr mt Sireet from the corner of
King Street lo the corner of Victoria
Road, will be held in the City Hall at
the Cily of Hevelstoke on the Dili day
nf August, HKUl, nl the hour of eight
o'clock in the afternoon.
A stateiiii'iii showing the lands or
real properly liable to nntl proposed to
be specially assessed for tne said improvements and the names of the owners theieof as far as same can be ascertained from I he lasl revised assessment
roll autl otherwise is now ou file iu the.
ollice of the Cily Clerk and is open for
inspection during ollice hours.
All not ices of appeal shall be served
on the Clerk of the Municipal Council
at least eight days prior to such Courl
of Revision.
Dated this 21st day of July, num.
jly 21 71 City Clerk.
Wireless   telephones    for   talking
without wlre« (long or short, distance]
are tho latest great invention of the
age. Agents wauled to sell stock,
References required. For particulars
address IMI-KIUAI. FINANCE   Co.,   "K"
Department. Pender Street, Vancouver, B. C. July 17-im
rn IIRKNT A bicycle by the tiny
J. cheap. Apply to Saniiv MijUai,,
Jr., at the Post oBlee,


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