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 Vol. 8;-Nc. 13.  REVELSTOKE. R G, JULY 5,'L9C1.  $2.00 Per Year.  insf. if thc strike is  not  set-  I Men Are Loyal to the  Come and See Our Beautiful Display  of Spring Merchandise.  BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS.  Fancy   White    Muvslins.        All-over  Laces, ' Valancines,' etc.  1     * ���������    i  isWlSS & DIMITY MUSLINS.  A most beautiful assortment of these  fashionable- goods in various colors at  11, ijyii 20, 25 and 30 cents.  1 UNDER SKIRTS.    ���������  Mercerised Sateen  Skirts ' in endless  colors���������All prices.   ,..  EASTER GLOVES.  'We sell  the'famous Perrin's Gloves  '���������������������������Once worn always asked for.  Letter From ihe Revelstoke Lodge  , IWith regard to the report, that  the engineers would go out on strike  to s*upport thc trackmen, the oilicials  of that organisation state: ''''Tho  only way that the engineers would  go out would l)e if they decided that  the condition of tlie road was guch  that their own and the public-  safety was endangered by running  (rains. Until that condition arises  there will be r.o- strike  of the en-  BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS.  just, to- hand the finest shipment of ||J  Boys' Blouse Suits. These are the wi  best made in Canada, and don't rip'|||  anvwhere. '    ,    '  *""  I MEN'S CLOTHING.  large  see us before buying- elsewhere.  We have   just   opened  up a  range  of. beautiful   Satin-lined,   All-If  wool   Serge .and 'Worsted Suits, and ������|  marked   them  away down.    Call and ||j  i  11  ...     1  oSenzio Avenue..  LOCAL & GENERAL  .Striking miueis blew up the Smug-  gli'i- mil1, one Of tl.e largest in Color*  ado,filling 13 men.  Guy, rurber begin-   liis half-yearly  ��������� inspection nf (J. P. Hi w.ili-l-es on the  Mountain division ll id week.  The. shutting down of fin* Le Rnl  mini* nnd North port smelter is believed  tei be 11 combined stock rigging job and  excuse fin- tutiiiig down wages.  - ' It is* nndi'i'.stocid tliat two tenders  were   sent in  let   tl.e Dig Bend  mud,  ..but that 'the govern :uent. (-(iiisitier  them tun liigli, in which t:\iv 1 Iii* uiiid  will.lit cuntinuc-d hy ilny labor.  K.'s.nart, lil.-icksiuilli .-it, ihe C. P. Yl.  ' shops, sustained  .-i p.-iinl'iil  injury   Iiy  . 1 mining 11 |ii"ci- nf steel iiil.n the tlmnili  ul' his  right, hiiinl ,thi.-' nun niiitf.    The-  Injury wns attended t������ by Dr. Mi-L"iin.  Mr. WHmiii, of Rlccillewnet, hrniiglit  lo town this morning his lilllo da'ugh-  tt-r milVeiing I'riun 11 piece cf stone  heing embedded In the no-it'. Tin*  child was placed iniili-i' cliliirofui in liv  Dr, McLean and I lie ubs'.rutlion r<������  moved.  The first annual me.'lingnf liie Rev-  I'lstnke Hospital .Sm-ii'i.y will he lu-l.l nt  '���������"Hie fire lliiil'on ilnn'l iv,1 August oil',  for t'h'ction of tru-Mi t*s, Subscribers  nf i*i") iind up wit I'd*. niv entitled In vote.  Send  in  yimi* Fuhsciiptions nnd help  -' I In- liu.-pilnl movement all yon c-nn.  The Eagle sin I oh llint the name of  Selkirk fity, nt the lower end of Trout  Luke, in to he changed to. purhesnay,  ns n tribute to (he well-known C. P. It.  siipeiiiitendetit. The (���������. P. U. lire  cleai ing 25 acres, serurinir water light*-,  laying out smelter situ wilh-'i 1 lew to  pl.-it ing lots on the ninrk.-l,  TO THE DEAK.-A 1 it-It lady, rid  oT her D.-nl'ne.s-s und Noises'in ihe Head  liv Dr. Nichiilsdii'.s-.Ai iiei.il Eur Dm ins,  4,'nve ^I'o.CCO In his Iiisiiuile, mi llint  (leuf people linnlile   to prucilue- Hie Km*  Dunns inny luive tlu-ui fice.    Address  No. 891  Tho Nicholson  Institute, 7S0  Eighth Aveinu', New York.  The cnpiicily of, Ihe snwmill now  he ina; erected .-a the Big Eddy will he.  60,00.") feet, 11 dny.  Mi. Sprout, agent for the Furwell  ���������townsite, has very considcrnlcly  ngreed in hand ciVim* to the city conneil  for ceiiietety purposes, the "lot on  which there ate a numbiM1 of graved"  nnd for which the city council have for  some lime heen endenyoi-ing to oliluin  title from the Dominion governnient  lest it should he improperly disposed  of. u  At llu-city council Inst evening Aid.  Nellie. Ill-ought up tne question of  cutting Lhe. thistles on Lhe t-ti-ci-ls nnd  lhe mayor wns uutlioi iz"d r.o have lhe  work done. The question of lequiiing  iheC. P. R. to de.-lroy 1 hisllns growing oil the ti-nck wns also rnised. one  iiUli-rin.-in asking how the company  wns going to do it seeing I lint lhey Iind  now nr. trackmen available?  Deafness,  Noises, in the Head, &c,  positively cured  by BARLEY'S EAR  LOTION.     This   new    Remedy   goes'  right In the nutunl sent of the disease.  ,-iiul hits elfi'Cli-d Mich reinni-knlilc cure������  gineers.  A gang of Italians was brought  in from some point last week to  Bear Creek but refused (0 work.  They were then, run clown the Arrowhead branch where it, is supposed they did some work. On  Sunday quit and came Into Revel-'  stoke.  Superintendent Downie, of the  Boundary Division, bears high testimony to the splendid conduct of  the trackmen-, on strike. He -remarked to theNelson Miner: i'It  is a well known fact 'that the relations of the men in this division  and the management were of the  friendliest nature and when the  men went out at Nelson th'ey  finished up all the work of a press*;  ing nature'before walking out. An  amicable' arrangement' is anticipated so"far as the Kootenays -are  concerned at least, at an' eal'lv  date."  The Vancouver committee issued  a circular in which it stateclA "We  know-of. one. case .-in ..particular-  where a man worked six years. He  started at $1.60 per day, and when  he quit was getting ij'-1.25. How is  that for a company that claims to  be lhe most considerate' to their  men'on the continent of America':"  The fellowing letter from the  secretary ol the local lodge appears  in thc World:*���������  " You will kindly insert tho following; Having noticed some-articles ih jour paper in reference, to  the strike, especially nt Revelstoke,  I may say the said articles appearing in the form they did deluded  the people to believe that we were  out for no other reason hut for the  destruction of property. 'Bur, pi*-,  if it could be proven that such was  the case how fast our provincial  government would imprison such  men to help out the big corporation  which extends from, ocean to ocean,  But to give tho. true statement oi  affairs the ohly law breakers thus  far have beeh our special police who  have gone as far as (0 draw ti revolver and threaten the strikers.  The government claim to lie the  [-.copies' friends, but has proven  that it is the corporations' or, monopolists' backers. The day o"b  reckoning is in' the near future.  We, the working people of this'  province, are Irue to our rights that  is. the government has clearly  proven, by its actions in our .strike,  that it is directly with thc .corporation and does not- want to  recognize   the working men, who  15th  tied.  AX JTALIA'N Al'KL'sTJ-D. ���������  ,  iromc excitement was caused  on  .Tuesday by tlie  arrest at  the instance of the C. P. K. of an Italian  on   a  charge  of intimidation.    It  appears the man went to induce  a  gang of his countrymen,  who are  reported  to   have   been  imported,  front Boston and were taken to the  Arrowhead   branch, to- quit work,  explaining to them  that the men  were on   strike.   A   revolver  was  found on thc man though  he was  spcc'ally - instructed  by the committee to use no violence and  to  carry no arms.   The company had,  however,  the good  grace to  w.th-  draw  the  charge   when   thc. case  came on for hearing on Wednesday  and thus prevented unpleasantness  which would   have, arisen,  as the  men were taking steps  to retaliate  by prosecuting a  C. P. R.  special  constable for a similar offence.   J.  M. Scott was retained by the company and  G. S. McCarter by the  union.    .   , ,      "  IMPORTED   ITALIANS' TIIHKATKX   PB0-  '.     CKED'lXGS   AGAINST  COMPANY.  The Italians who were brought to  the Arrowhead branch have made  affidavits and produced agreements  to show that they were engaged in  Boston, and guaranteed free transportation to where they should .be  required on the company's system,  and back to Boston when their  services were no longer required.    '  They have now. applied for the  necessary passes to allow them to  return to their .homes, but these  have been refused, and the men .say  they are, arranging to take, legal  proceedings against the company.  - These are notthe only legal proceedings that should be taken. If  ihe affidavits of these men are true,  then the company have broken the,  alien labor law, atid-it is -the duty  of the Dominion government lo  prosecute the/company;without fear'  or favor.,  'there must be equal application  of the law to the striker who  damages the company's property  and to the company who breaks the  labor law, and it' is the duty of the  government'to act with a strictly-  drm and impartial hand in this'  case so that the striking workmen  shall' know and feel that their  interests will bo' protected equally  with those of any. corporation in. the  land. Under the alien labor ltu\  the company, if found guilty of 'offence, is liable to a penalty of $1000  a head for each man it imports.  thc "striker.-1 there, arrived in Revelstoke this morning, it is belie\-ed  in connection with the reported  breach of (he Alien labor law by  the importation of Italians.  .Superintendent iMarpole's si(-Jc of  tho story is : "' We are getting m-  many men as we want and in fact  we do not know hardly, what to do  with so many."  As showing the class of special  police which the company are placing on the road, one of these gentlemen, named George McCormack.  was arrested at Ashcroft on Wed*,,  nesday on*'a charge of exposing  indecent literature and w.is committed foi" trial.bv Mr. Webster..  J.'P.  C. P. R.,Detective .Tone.; came ir,  on No. 2-this morning.  Citizens will be given an oppor-'  tunity of showing their practical  sympathy with the strikers by attending, and purchasing tickets for.  an entertainment to be held at the  Opera House on Monday night tc  assist thc strike fund. The proceeds will be placed in the hands oi  a reliable committee to be cleah  with. The programme is in thc  hands of Mr. J. Taylor, which is a  guarantee.'that a first-class enter-,  tainment will be provided. Judging from, the strong feeling manifested in the city on behalf of thc  men the project, cannot fail to be a.  great success.  Nineteen Italians were ��������� brought  in on this morning's train, but as'  soon as thc position was explained  to them they refused to, go to work  for the company.  The local committee have received intimation from Vancouver that  the men there are prepared to hold  out for six months, and that- only  a few scabs are at .work and arc-  making'a mess of track-laying to  which work they are unaccustomed  STRIKE  AVERTED.  Djputy Minister of Labor Sjtt/es a  Serious Dispute.  W. L. McK. King, Deputy Minister  of j'.i:il>or, li.is jusi n>i id j red splendid  service hy settling ;i threatened strike  between the Novn Scotia Steel Co,  ���������uid its employes. The men appealed  10 the guv eminent to tuke lhe matter  in hand, f.tiling vvliicli they would be  forced to stiike for a raise in wages,  iii'. King interviewed employers and  employed and succeeded   iu effecting a,  1      v 1 n  ���������settlenient, s,-iiiif.ictoiy to both side.-,  .(i tli.it ,-i serious strike has been avert,  -d. Another great point gained is  lint llu; parties have ngieed lo refer  .-utnre disputes to arhitrillion.  If iirliitriition and   conciliation weie  diiide law, ns in lhe Australian colonic.-1,  ihe pre.--e.nt strike of the. C.P.P. track   '  men.would never h-ive occurred.  The only men working on the  track between Revelstoke and Kamloops is a gang of about 15 Jap's  who-are stationed at Sicamous,  " Ti J, Graham, secretary to the  lecal branch of the union,, received  a telegram en Wednesday night  stating that the men were solid,  standing solidly together along tlie  are seeking for an increase in  wages. No enmity exists between  them and their officers.. Still  further to show thc men are law  abiding citizen?,' lhey have committees nppoimed all along the line  of  that lhe greatest hope is held out. to all , . --,. ,  st.ltvivi.s no uintte.- how 1.-..1 o, long- \ to guard all men from any net  standing the case may he. On3 boi.lo j destruction 01 property  will cure any culinary ense, and vv ill  lie sent .-securely packed and posl.pniri,  with full directions nnd testimonials  upon receipt of $1.00 Older diieci  from James E. IIarlky, 2'-, Stockdnle  Road, Smith Lunhelh, London, England,  Itefeiring to Dominion gnmls for  govt rniiient mil ways In this province,  Sir Wilfrid Laurier wiitesi "British  Coluuihia shall not, he fortrotten at the  propei time, hut her projects of railway con-l ruction are on such a gigantic scale that dm' 1 (-.source.--, laim: n<������  lhey may he, vv er- not ad.-qiinie to h<-r  undei Inking-*, thi.*-vc-ir. I would nl-o  remind you Hint it is only f.iiu* yeai.o  ago 1 hi-i spring, I hat, vve -imvidi-d for  lhe (Jrovv's Nest Pass Iiiilvv ,*iy. vvhiiii  i-nliuiis>t ciiinplcleiy li) lJiiti.sh Columbia."  Furthermore- \\o, as ratepayer?,  do not believe th::t there was"any  justice in any government placing  special policemen along thc line to  benefit the company in a form of a  cloak to fill the places of our men  who have been the tlriployces for a  number of years, To think that  the ratepayers'arc to pay indirectly  through taxation those scabs to  take our places is something out of  all reason.  By order of committee,  T, J, Ujiaiiam,  Sc-c. B. R. T. of A'.  Revelstoke, June 22, 1901.  It is stated that the B. of ft.  Trainmen has determined to stop  insurance of. its members hv the  road  Ihe Calgai'y &'Edmonton road  has been tied" up" for a week, and  -it is reported  thc company have  been offering ������1 an hour for men.  The company turned out the men  staying at the immigration lia 11 at  Winnipeg because lhey would not  work on the road.  Word comes from Montreal thai  steps are being taken to have lhe  difficulty settled by arbitration:,  A train was wrecked at Cranbrook  by the switch being thrown open by  soine unknown.person, The engine  driver was badly injured.  The citizens of Calgary are running a monster relief cam]) in aid  of the (Jalician-j involved in the  strike and who were in straightened  circumstance?.  There was some excitement at  Ashcroft last week over the arrest  of C. P. Ri .Detective Jones nnd half  a dozen, special constables, on  charges of intimidation. Accused  were released on bail, Jones in <fo00  and two surties of !ji250 each, and  the others on #800 and two surities  of -$150 each, There was great difficulty in procuring bail as the  sympathy of the people is with the  men on strike. Jones and five  men were discharged, but Hatch  was fined in u sum which, with  costs, amounted to over $100.  The Dominion Government have  intimated to tho strikers that they  will take stops to enforce the alien  labor law against thc company.  ��������� Stuart Henderson, solicitor, of  Aphwft. who Jjas heen acting for  The Albertan says 1 "Thisis a  fight for a living wage and the right  to - organize, and it affects even*  man in .the employ .of ..the.railroad  company directly, and indirectly  every member of a labor organization in the Dominion".'' The true-  friends . bf , the Canadian Pacific  Railway Company.are those who  insist upon the immediate settlement of ��������� the strike by the .payment  of a fair wage to the trackmen and  the full recognition of thc Brotherhood of Railroad Trackmen."  A eotitt.'inp.irary remarks: " If tin  road cannot he run on a basis that w-ili  ���������jive, its empluyees braid, clothing and  eduoilioii, tlieu for heaven'.-1 sake stop  the whole works, and give'the cay use  hack his job.  The Montreal Star say* tliatafiir  last Monday the strikers will receive a  weekly allowance from the inter  iiatiuna! treasury of the union, located  tit St. Louis, Mo:, which will be. sutik-i-  cntly large to enable the men to hold  out until tliey arc grunted th'e concessions asked fur,  A-3. storekeeper!! along liie line  would not sell supplies 10 the bluck*  legs inking the place of liie'strikers,  the company have put on supply cats  between Vancouver and Kamloops.  At n meeting at Calgary resolutions  were adopted in accordance-'with tho-jc  stated to havo ��������� been adopted all over  the system, lo the effect that the gen-  er.il chairmen of the Biotherliood of  Locomotive Engineers, Railway Conductors, Railway Telegraphers, Locu*  motive Firemen, and Railroad Train  men endeavor to bring ��������� about a sett lenient, of 1I10 strike. The question of  (iiiancial assistance to the strikers was  brought up and members from the  various 01 dera were appointed 11 com-,  iniltee. to riii.ii* a fund.  LEAD QUEST/ON.  1 i  .  An American. Trust Formed.  A lend combination has been formed  ���������:n the States willi a<capital of S20r-  000,000 to control the output of the  end mines.  W. F. Newull, of the. Si-lby Lead  Co. of S.iu Francisco, suys his company  is willing to purchase all lhe lead ora-i  .ivnilnble iu Driti>h Culuiiibi-iciil cur*-  rent rates which, he sltys,' are. as favor-  dile as thuse of last, year. He consid*  era that the present pi ices fur lead a:e  normal, whereas last year they tvere  exceptionally high; -    ,  ���������HKVKLSTOKE VS. OOLDUN JUNIORS.   *  The    Revc-Ntoke'   juniors     vi^iti-cl.  Golden on Doiniuion Day to play the  return match wiih the juniois  of that  lovvn."   Tin- following: I'epie.seuLeckRav- -���������  eistoke:    J.   inches,   C.   Palmer,, fitJT.  back; D.Smythe, goal; E. Corson. (Capl)  C Corson and G.'AJcLeod, half-hacks; G.  Richards,-W.   Beavo,   G.   Beiwo,   E.  Xeiirns and G.  Graham,, forwards; P.  Donaldson acted as referee.   After  a,  Well-con tested   game Revelstoke won  hy one goal to nil.   The visitors speak .  highly of the. way in which they were  -mlertiiined hy the Golden hoys.   -  HEVELSTOKE VS. GOLDEN 8ENIOHS,  The   Revelatuke  seniois   tiied  con*  elusions   willi'Gulden  on    Dominion  Day, the .match  heing played at lhe  liitlci-town. The follow inp constituted   '  ihe   Revelstoke   team:   J.   Hamilton,  4oal: J. P. Pur.yis", hack; T. Carey nnd  Sinderson. half hiiclvs; R, il. Smythe,  LJ.     DonnldMiii,     J.   il.   Ginhnni  W.^>  C.-irr, ilcGtiire (captain),  forwmds.  X������~  haid fought, gauit- resulted it)  victory  for Golden hy two gnu l.i to nil,  Golden   will   vi-dt   'Revelstoku   ,0U  Labor Day to play n return match.  Trains run pretty well 011 time on  the. Paciliu clivi-jiuii but anive laic  front I he east,  John Iliiyci has been committed foi  trial nt Peterhuro nod admiiied tu  h.iil of l?-,000, on a charge of iuiiiui-  d.iiiug employes (uid ubati uciiug the  C.P.R. lijjlitof-wny. ���������  It is reported lhat liie company will  land 90 imported Italians nt Lieui  Creek to-nigliti  A Poor Miilionairo  Lali-Iy i-tnt-Vi'd io Loudon hecnise lie  could noi digest his food, ISnrly use of  Di. KiiiK't* N-w Life Pills wini'ld h,iv.-  savi'd hiiii. They siren-^l hen lie-  sloin-ich, aid digest ion, |i>omo(i> a.ssi-  mil-'iticn, improve npjiei-ite. Price 2~n\  Money hack if not Mitidled. Sold hy  t.hu Canada Drug d R.iok Company,  drilgjjials,  L ESTATE.  Sales of Reite/stoko   TcWri Lois.  Real estate is moving well in Revelstoke. ������ During the week the following,  transactions have taken place : J. P.  Sutherland has purchased the lots and  .huili'ings owned hy Dr. McKechnie on  Douglas stieet; II. Floyd has purchased .Mrs. Graham's house and lots on  Second stn-ci; I). R. Atkins, W. Fleming and Mrs. Huoley have purchased  lots from the smelter townsite cum*  pany, R. II. Mayne, agent.  .Mrs. Sihhiild has purchased Mr,  Lendiutn's ground inteiest in the. Climax Hotel propei ty, in which she has  hitherto held the other half interest,  . A number of oilier deals titu also in  progies1-,  RAIL MD STEAMER  Judge  A.   R.   Ocelinmi    stu-i'ceds  Clai k ns chit 1  counsel for the C. P. K.  As the result of the American Railway tru.st' heintf formed it ia stated  that the separate otllces of lhe Great  Northern, Northern Pacific and Bur*  lingto'n are In he consolidated which  will mean Hip discharge of an immense,  number of stali m agents nnd other  employes.  The sii*nmbo.-.t for the Rig Bend  traffic will h- built under charge of Mr.  FJnlger. the C. P. R. ship-builder, of  Nakusp. I'he construction of the ma*  chiiiery is vvell in hand bv the Poison  Imnvvnrks*. It i.s expected thiit, the  boat will be ivady for tr.itflv h) aboijjt  sis weeks,  IsiBiBaEmmBMmnmBamxmiamxaHm THE KuOTi:^AYAslA.lL  ^be^ko:oten:as������:ffbail.  ;���������     '?ru;;!:i3i!Ki-) kykPy i-'Uiday.   ,'  3;  .K33^2iSTDK3?Slc.?y ;_,  : ���������yu'baariptioa, Trio;,. $2.03 .X'or   Annum  ���������' AnVI;;i!T'J.-i5TXG   KWTKS   quoted? oir; lippji-:,  433. cation. "..'���������'��������� yy ������������������'���������-.'���������''P--    A-pp.,i'pPii''���������'("������.��������� ���������  " J Oil' IMvlNTlN'O (if c-vl-ry kind at.inosl reason '..'  able riitti.-.iiiid -=horte.-il. iiolicc. '       4 ?y ,   '  '������������������'A CCOUNTS' for job ''printing.-' or art v'-t-rf.isiii-*;  : .-���������' .;��������� ���������' p(ij-'ii)ileipiii.tl)i������,.lli*i-t- of every mnni.li.;���������; sub-  ,7V .sci'-iplioiis payubluVslricll.v in iidvaiice...  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XyP-ApAA '��������� 'XA- Xi: AAvUuAA^APP  ;; AO. !iox3Ti-i?i!i-\;ii!-iolji,ih3liiiioii. 7. -y'c! yi-P'-'i.  ?:,Ti-Ie;ihbiiy'Nw.:y.1.y/V',i:7'V??'73?;A.7:7V.?  7V?.?'4:,A?  existing.betweeij the employes and;  the oflicials. .There is no reason  why?" ]iy . ���������the .company, ..making  rearonabie concessions', to the trac-k-  men..thi?'good feeling flionld ''.hot  ���������kiVmaintained liiAthat branch of,  '���������the'service;as well as anv other.  -.  .���������"��������� 'Tin:man who denies, that,$1.75 ;a.  day,'' the amount asked by. the  trackmen on the Pacific division, is  lair-remuneration, for .employes: who  have to work through'the snowstorms of y winter-! and. clear, 'the'  track?(hronghytlie?' avalanche, who  have-tO "he, at'-.tl clrpost Wet or dry.  j i vca a head of,, 1. ['���������>t i me, A He. shbu Id  yAp.ypyyyPviTxAvKS?$yy,yACAA  A rupieVn'rTlAylwlvn/inay b.iioblniiic-it from  'thuiutlovv'liiK.c.li.y'.iiifi-ii^:������������������-. ?, '"??���������������������������.?.',-.  ���������"''V  - 4?' y ;;. 4J?\v. JSi-:.v.vi;t-:iv------   ���������.  ..-���������ip"-     c.\XALi.v7niii-ti .'c Hudi-: Co.   ;,;.:���������  ,���������-.4.,?'. ���������      J'".   Ji.  Ayi-U;*���������; ���������:.  have:.: heen ?  (n.iirgia   in  ���������iiaverv,..  .'herding A  'the .'davs  iiggers  Oi  '-in.  ::ick"  ������������������:������������������   boxnox, kxc.;., agkxcv.-     yy  The   iiiipcriiii Type- i-'ouuiiryCo., l.ita'itcd,:  A'dvertisiti-,' Atfcius, A: High riu-eel; lii-L-iitforil,  ,].'jlidon,\Y., Kni-laiiil.;':?;;    'y y..77..7?'?y' '������������������'"���������'���������;  '?'Kiiro!)c;iiiiiiul.Co:ui;ial;-AaVe--lisiiik].Vsci)ey,  111 i-;ieoi;st. 7y;. ,.      -?-:"???- iPyy/pi-A. ' ?.-  Av??v,;?,y7A.'i:0'idXTO:Aui':xuy.'?y?y?3;477.:=  '. ;.;-.if.l(;tit.i-a!:l,i-Wn 'Agency ."Caiiii'diiiii Ail vert i*iinu:  ?/Vyeii.;v;,'.vgenis.: ''.? .:���������;' P\.Ai'.  ?v. ?v ?������������������-v?.;oxTi;!v.i!?-.7ACiiiixcy;-3  PAP)!vKAdCv.,Ax;t!)Ai 'Ppp P  V-lawbanU:' A.lvenising.Ayeiiey.y .-..-  A iX-XiPi -'St'OICAXK AGKXCV.  7.  V Alc-Niiiiili/i'' A Co.v 'Ailyei-tisiiiii, Ai-ei)is, Mi:  Kirsl'iAYi-VV? 4y"y..  .."���������??..' iy:-:i',:,yyy'?  Ap 'XP sax ynAxcisco-AOKxcv.;??'yy p  ?';? K, ,0. Dalle, (ji and, (ij Moi-cli'iVits -Uxcliangr,';  .:?A'ijeilli.y4.   4.- )���������: 7   y? ;??.���������? y:-.-'. ���������> pP .,   . iy..- -.  Ivy?y,;, -?'.xk'\v ypfiJv;Ad ICXCXP  7ltciiiinyiqii;IJIrq-*.,;oitJ. I-irpriclvv-oy.?.?  PPP. I.-, yplyp .CiKCULATiqX;' y??',,, V,?y 7 v  'A'It-ii'k,- 'Ko?)Ti.:xAV?V\!A!i??bii^ ii''(ii*st-elnt-s'--ii--  ,c.iiliili<iii4'iii l!io' t.'itv*. or' .ItCivi-lstnUe iiiiilysiir-  'i*6iiii(lin-j..-it:s!i-it-ii'-anil.������������������iilAii  sit, *Liio folliiiviiii;:  ��������� plil'(ic-s���������vr.f..--;;.'77V4; ?7'*,?v?4 ?.���������44? ;. :���������>'.'-,i: ??:;7        P''���������':������������������.  ���������:������������������ Albbi-l'-C'a'tivo'ni''   7,���������7 yjllccillcivviict ?���������'*��������� '--  1 :y?-(-nai-iui-:?-34-.v?3-47r-y?i?:-l;oKei;s:l^iss7-44;4?,,4  Ovlilea - "'--��������� ������������������'���������';^Salmon Ann   ? 7 7 ' y  ?���������.'; .'Ari-ui'v-iaiiil.' ??:      . ������������������' ?'i'iHaiif-?,ii s .i:.iiii(liilg .������������������  l.Vjiiiiipllx'?"'-' PP    ���������?' ,l.Vni*,li(i.i-iio 4 -;:p- :���������; Pp  ���������������������������P -'l,i-(iiitv,i.nku Cil.v*���������.'���������;��������� -..I''(a-t;n.suii 4  ?  ?,3]|a)i*voii lliilTppi-iiigs Xi-,!;ils|i. ? ,'  .VV'iiuHiai Cily?? .,4,?;4 ViA Viiliby.  ',,,:'(-   y  A  ':\VpCROSS, Ml'D.  suitGEOx.To.Tni-: c. v. up cit>3?,j,ii-:altii,  -. 7"4- ,, Piyip: V.^Oli'Jj'lCKI,*..;-? PPP-pP-yi. :'; A V  .v.'Vbflicoi-l'ii'ylor.iil.ocU'i.a'fackcni'i^  AlRVE Yy&vMcCARTEK  4'..A   :i)AlUUSTKKS, SOUCITOIiS, KTC. ?7,;7  ?0K,i*ici;3-:   'aioi-soxs  Baxic : lii.ocic,AltEyia-  ,4-���������(?,,,'.y.y*'   ,?4:y,"   'g'TOKE;-.U. V.     ;:-4 4 y    ;,;, '  -'PROVINCIAL MlNERALOGISTl"  ���������".'V    '":,-',A- ���������?".-:- 37 "-7.A    i' Ay. A,  ' iThe'AlJetorlii'yPoStnjakes-ah"- r-;iit-'  tatik; oiiV? I'rovincial"������������������".>riiieraldgist  Robertson "wlit.chyisl, wholly uii war-;  raiiled, 'aiid-vis?,; Vi.ntruthfnl. .'Qiir;  cttntemiiorarydescribes'31 r. Robertson as ?;;,\yet blanket in Ordinary-to;  the mining develorhieiic of.Rritish  -.-���������.,.   ��������� '������������������- '.   . ', :   .    .       ' '.-A.   ���������. A   ',,: <��������� '.'���������.'--      ? ..0''.  X'(diunbia:.''7aiKlsays7helcondemiied:  .East l\ootenay)Avhic,li;3JSo;lnow. the  second:? hi sliest'" product; YeAdist rict'  (���������-,<    P   P.' . *"'.-'' -'V'ti: ���������/. ,; -v.-'--' -,..       X i.vAf1^ ..  'iiV:ythel';pr.oy;ince..-''.':.l\Vo,;v.v  ^hjtt've'yheard'?^fr6niv  :]^ersonally:;his-'opni.lohs;?;;cohceriV  luistyKo'Stenay'at;'tlie tinie' he made  his; ycxamihalloii;' ofythat? section.'  aiul "can "sa v that this charge against  vh'm is .untrucy : Take:'the IWihde'r-  nierc3:dis1rlctAwhicii:4,is'7S0yra^  eoiii'ngV?toAthel. front.;4^rheiv -'Mrl  ?RobeiV7 0-v;?examined?' that; 'three:  3lvears--:agb l ;it-.;;was'? in A the A veriest  .'-.-..-���������  P '  -  '  . p.. A -  .'A   ,     -" --    '  iy    ,?..  V    ' ������������������ '       -*'-���������." '.",-:,'���������  stages: of developmeiit.:?-Mr.7Rbbert-  7*6nydpeivly?e.xin,essed?hisl:cpnh^ence  iirihatvpt'ctibiv^-and ;urged;,VitsAde-  A*elbi:inient,w,illi;ylresiiUs:.ywliic]iAaie;  h'iost'?gi'alifyingl;.? 1 JlustyVt-lie;- .gaiiie  .with Ithe'Vsouihcrh,Vsccti:on 3of4.the?  .di.Uritfy^yl.il^  dtcer ? -buty tben y-it??\yai?v;*v,ielL.'-'de-,-,  ��������� ve'l.op'e'd; a>t ,,t h a t :f i tn A j\Yo c:; n? say 3  ������������������'for/Mr.'^  'fecieivt-ious^in;'the;'discharge?-of'??his  ���������'���������'tKitie;-!.,'''is,;'.;iityma'n-?V''^  'cx*:ericiVc6v;utVd  abilityyla  ���������to?the'prtVvince?oh3the?liicc6h-imend-;:  -..;.;.;,,... y������-::'^.,.-y. ,.-'..:.4 ..iy .- ,y    .,-;,,4..y.-; ���������, -....:��������� .,;:;-.. .��������� .:���������,���������:  ation-olllhe latoVSir.G.iMl;I)a:wsci),l  ;who vsApyUndoulkedty^^veliyquali-?.  lied to makeAfiie  reebmmciidation.  ,'ri,iie,'..I\IrV-.:.Ro.h;eVt'SO.svii.s.'.co  -':-ii"; 11 i's..-:mb.f b del r. ;b.u:t- i ii .'���������-.���������li i 5.'-.- ppsi t i'qii -.  nie, of the-'-Kootenay section, and  'which we publish i n tin tit her column, .'.''must, we , feel .sure, be reechoed in the heart of every other-  ���������super;ntendeiit on-;.' tlie . road, 'and  we have ,1 never witnessed . a.strike  in which the oflicials themselves,  who are in touch' with the men, so  thoroughly, sympathise? with them  and wish : them, success in 'their  cause; ?' ,"     ...���������'.   ���������'_', ' ii ,P ' ..A .,.'  Wc -'have ..before"' us tlie schedule  of proposalsinade to; tlie company,  .(for the 'men distinctly stated .they  do not put these fbr\vard:a^castriTon  demands) ?iind',.whilc'flie company  may 3*!ot: feel .justified ingranfing;  it 1U thel-'e : -ji'rpj;osaIs,  wii.,,. have -' no,  doubt the iiitii -would: be wiiMiig to  nieet the cotnpa ny,?in any reason-.  ;ible3 way;..with''a;view tb;a settle-;  nk'ii'ty'']}royiding.th'e'/inam  for?' which- ythc)A; arc- fighting .are  recognized;?A:?The|e1:'iirinciples include fair, hearing ,'for3employes; in  case of /complaint, pay? and? a lialf  for time? oyer-ten hours-promotion  aceordihg to '''.���������''merit y-and? seniority,;  ;free?7transpbrtation??of37iresli7.meat  itwice a week''lei-' points ywherelsame:  'c'aniVotyhe? purchased, 'cavriagcl'df,?  necessities? kt half Irate, passes/twice  a^mphthv for'vsectioiijiousevvlceep-;  ers: to'iiea rest -: market, 6nce.;a ."mo'n th.  6ny:the;7roadm;ister?SyVdivisibii?7'to;  m al n 'eliancc; men/: v ii.ee X a?v-j^a'r';; ;t b  any4,,pplnt?l:;on;: the,: 'system;-for"all?  emplbyes-qf:|wd,:?yeiw  Ithelep'mpany'stse  berslloitheigrie.yaneel-lcommitiee^^  lmeeting*purposesi?;J[lActualAexpeh-?  ses afc'also tasked for ?ih-the; case? of?  men lUiken.off;theirAusual;?;wprk,-  ;sectioh vmeit'lwhoyltittehdvt^  todiavelsiime pavlfbrtime'sO occnr;  ipied.,?as;? agents? and, opcratbrs'^vlio  ;Utcri(.l?:?'tO:'lt.ha.t4cla^  ,fpr?Sunday ?wdrkand;a?forthight'Sy  ;holiday-'li,iiy!th;c.4yca:rAbnA,playA:?for?.  wa'tchmen wlho'-work, over?l^;hburs;  a?;day..'1 ?vThe3.rato of ?wages?asked-  on??the^7Facific -divisidn.:;are':A per  raQiiili,? .yardV''f6remen;?;^  foremen $55,7!^  track?^y**a;tchmen?$55,SAvitch? tenders  ijioO^wit^yfextrayyallp^'ancevfor,'^  ivic-eVyoyery-l^'iVliqur^^^^  day^vages;iisked are::?-Asectidnlinen  ���������and''' extra^VgangsiA^l.-Zolyperlday,.  exira^gangyioremMyl'olpO^  foremen?',:?  3--J7  V*  i?cr :-da  andlVbridgetnenV^.Yo  .Ther  e.-;is ���������-'nothing-  'Unreasonable'^.-'aboutA vtheceA pro-'  4 Moiioy.to lofin.??:.? ������������������,.���������������������������,'.���������  -?.';   ' ---4'''���������r'pP'-'yi  :y?;oniee^:Vl!evel^toke,:n. Q.; Fori Steele. riyC,  :GKa^eS!;!ofe'n"ci?y  ���������pAAAp.pP... All?."-' ;; "'' - *- ' ' -!'v  " -"'������������������"��������� ���������������������������' A Ac. province   that'? is via   gcdtl j.samc vrccognitioa, -as is-tvecdrdedstp  ,.���������'��������� -1"- - -'���������       A ���������'���������'���������'" "'���������?"'.;...' y Xi.?,? ''������������������'. cjuaH lica t ioii 1'. 1 A^Jr A  T? 'iL SOO'i'T. .'M'-'A., LL.li. ���������' ',������������������-���������.-. ,7- A.-   V ������������������-.. ? '     . -'.���������.���������   -1 t, ? , ;,. |.?- ���������",?.���������,. :���������������������������.������������������ -. ���������,-.. ���������   .:,.-,  4-, y   ..-4,-."-  ?������j .-:���������' --.;. 4 -v.. ���������._;.,.     -,,;������������������:,?? ���������'-. ���������'���������"-:,? 3 annual- renons'3 arev-verv '.capable-'.i cempa.nv. ciamisvAhe   nghtyio iorm  ? ,A ..���������,..:;���������... '-������n,7���������.,-rn..   A, r- v t- v ' 11>ubiica tions and'Aare'dolno;  much 1 unions  with.' other? railway ?dom-  ��������� L.VKKIrfriii!,   .OtJlJlll.rt-Viv, .yN.Oj.AK\,    '��������� l    -,,.. .- ;'-,���������.-..,,-..      y ������������������".... y s- ��������� ,:    , I .������������������,-..���������������������������  '.-?   ��������� . ���������..      '���������-.   ..'      A' ' ,,-��������� ���������-���������.���������������������������...���������������������������  7,  - ;'"'���������'���������?   'V 4j.'i*ni.Jc,-L'i-i;. A .���������-, y "���������,.;  ?     j'to pre hio'y the mineral industry;..^  :McK'^rlk'^v^^'''V^ j IhcliM-o.vilhcc.y.'yVyy l'y',A.v; .7 ������;'-': CA- 'M.n.S' to.?-accord: to? its employes ihe  ?'''. - p.-. i;':"pCp'"''pApXX'i..PPy.AAAAp 1 'App XX ��������� ,..".". .,"',. ' -���������'yX'yy 7''������������������'���������''\ -arac:privileges which yitclaims for  .that, ihe same loyalty,.,which 'the.  men- havel exhibited to each:'other'  ���������in ,this., 'battle:  will   be'exhibited  towards 'the iii!:ere:*ts of  the com-.  *pany. -.    ' ";'��������� "������������������'��������� P- " " , ?';,������������������*  y" It would'then come, as an act of  grace from, as'well as of ,self-interest to, the company, to  meet?.the  wishes- of the- men in  ii- fair and  ecpritable spirit.:    Such  action on  the part of lit h'e'l,,company wOuld be  .appreciated by the?public, bh-whose  goodwill ;t company ih'the position\  of f he?;&< P. 'R.', inu$t, largely rely  ;i'or:ifs ,; successvand/prosjierityv   111  treatment? of   they strikers.: ?\vbuld  ;iiFvsureelly recoil onVjhe"company,  ?andy!they public,?yAVduldy?l.':deniand'  ^through?? their;?: i;epresentattvesV in?  pai'liament a? reversion, of, tlie 1 iber-  ?a 1. policy:, whiclryhiis-diithertolbeen  pursued towardsllhe C.P.v.R..,'vy?,''-Vy  V'Tlt is true- I here appear ? to have  ���������been? two? ��������� or    three, Itittehipted,  breaches pf the. peace, liutVamongst  suchja large body of men, e'6mpris-:  dhglv-largo-foreignv elemenfythatis  on 1 y tb; be lex pec! ed? ? - Thc���������wpn der  is that these breaches; havelbcenyso  ftiwy?whereas.ythel appointmcnltahd  paradingy of -.Speqial-l 'police -Awhere  1 neither!required": nor' justified,!wai?'  likely'to :'giyd? gi^catyproydcafion?;  Nor'iis the?cpmpany itself yquite in-;  lipceh't'/d^flajiyreport^^  ?itsAimpdrtadpnybf!37foreign3,;]abbrl?:  ;If7 the?.,mchy were;{p?bi;eak'theylaw:  ahdl'lattemptAloAdestrdy ?thp com-'  ipaiiy'^yjirb^riyl-^the^  ?punished,yyahd?-rightlyAso..;.:;If;';t  icdm-wnyyAbi'ca'kvAthd^  ^00,v?muSt?ly;lio7,.:yp'rp?ecute!^  itlje': utmost; vigdr.;lll|This4ds r^al'light  in which,the ''public vtakeyg^iit-in-  I'terestj? ahd;in!whif?h they7are;'deter-  'minedytp'ysec-iiiirlplay.;?: ilean^ime  :^Vp:-:yvisli:.f.!t'hb. .'.strikers; su^  ���������j'iist 'icause;? whicliA-lt he\Ay lia ve<" ttt:  Iiearty;aiid,which thej'varelsupport**'  inu::bv7manlvyand4,e::em]3lary cohr  duciy7?wl,i:chv7wey:7;urge?yyiheni!yt'o,  coiitinuc.i'v-?":4 A ap,. Pp^pyppyiy,- p;:yyyP  y AltGE   AND ��������� WKLLA LIGHTED  Jl   4   SAMPLE  I1C0MS. ; Heated hyp  y^S hot air aiid electric  Veils  eri  , light iii every rddni.   1'rco bus meets ftll  iruiiit*.',,    ������������������  P'P,-    '-'7';?        - ���������;-??       ���������" 'p'  :'���������;,' esasokaeI/E;rates. ; '������������������,"'  X'lght drill'.Itooni iii eonnretion for the  ; coiiveiiienee of Kitc.-tfi im-iviiig and dr*  :piirtins by nii;ht traiin-.  , irdurly 6trccl "  Car betvvcen hotel aiid station'.  4  JOHN i'ViPERK'S PeOPeiETOR-,^  Al  Laige,,sample;r6oinsr FiroA  7 proof 1 Siife, :��������� Free 'bus ;  Vruieels alltraihs,?  Under?same?mannpenienti:??  M|pSfo|Ei|y  ,1?:PPP'ptROUT: llAKE?CITYr-l-'lA"!,,:XX  Jjeiinaiiy?  |wHqi-,ESA^EyH^  -'carrv di^dSlt^stock-ia'B;!li^  :Weare-;HEA;DQUARTERS^^  Supplies, ;BuUdep4iSiippliesi-;.Pain^  We also*"carry?* large "assortmentofv^^T  :'SA'PETY;-7RAZORSyA-:y^A,4  ^Ay;S.yy?l!lA7;^7(,:y^  iiiii..|.iiviiin.j^maimu-j������ui i'ii. I'li'i'itii ,-i������juU.uajjij-.jy-i������^jiJvjL.ii, v.i,i,n'uiuii?iiij������i m   ������in i inn.ijiiwiniiiiiiiluin.tm.iuMluMM���������.'",:,���������  1XSPECTI0N OFUETALLIFEROUS .MlXTr;S  IXSi'KCf OllS'-DlSTlilCTS,,  ii  V;  lLUOLpicir  THE?:RAILW:AYASTRIKEil  S.XJD:  ���������AXAIA'TtC.VL.C.'.llh'.MIST  ���������'��������������������������� ?4?A .'���������?, i  ,?��������� :,'���������?. ASSA'Y.EH'. .-���������  Iioi'.'i! Selinoiof Miiie.-, Londiiri',;-;  -,.Seven .veiii-rrat- Mori'a Work-*-.,- SvvaiiaPti  j ?'VltyiiltS  U.nvIabQr  ':A !' ,4--^'A-,yi-?^:A;:lv:y.?';yAy:'a\Vo ytnsa!wifivto''iyolii't;7this;,()Ut.  ;b--eiil''l*own'-for'.'sdtne litne i.They .eornpany;'slyStock'-?i3,; at'-l 1,(1)5,  the?trackmen ! '\vHicii4l^? a?goodyindi,catibn.yofy;'they  circlesth  i7C.������i;il   ,> V-'Ui f (It ������'iu' !-���������    ������ * '.". rv^i  viiu.i-.ii.ui       t i      ,-t     . ,   - - .( .. . .,  t ...-.������������������    ..���������..*���������.���������';.-. .- .    ......    .j ...������������������..." 1   .,1...   ���������  Sevi-tiruoir 3yWi-.s,Giuot chuiiust, to ;,u-i*jnn y ot the C, P, R. invendecivJasknigior 'prosperity pr-it5'ybus:ne;s,.and the  ual imd-lroii'.Co.t' ---.4 .������������������.:  ',������������������������������������'..��������������������������� .-,[ .-��������� ������������������   ;..:���������:   .-������������������  4  ..4 ������������������.���������,.,���������,     4    'P''p-   .  -     .   '-���������!, "4 '-,'"��������� P ��������� ���������''-'"    .   ,"   -V '"'. V - ��������� y  P ���������'���������'".,"���������'"' ''?'', V  Liite'Chemi.stnmiA.^ reia-'Aemnioves- wiio, have? aiaeclin preat>;  Coal  ie Cheinisi aiid A.-(.--aycr, TI.  Kvery do^'urtpitbn  0������ ud.stiy tlnd-.'atiuiylica.  vvoi-k nVidertakeii. ...    .-.���������," ?  f'liiini-i cxiiiiiiitucl and;-i*epoi*tcd upon.  ?;ltKyELSTOKK,iJ..C.    7 .,  in  yiDVVARD A. HAGGE-v,  yiJi.vix.u EXefiNiiiiK,  (Men)...' A'nicrieaii1'. Itis't;'titie .Miaiiij; Eaciiiceis)  t.M.-ni. e'an-iU.tii Aliniiii; Iiislilutc.lA' y  lions .with  the  company..:..Oiheryyingi ..the--jj^osx-eritv-y of 7;;UiC: ,road  h/anchesy.of I'thel ;ervi.ee;-''h.at!ylxic.n ..yireasoiiahl  welllo'-giiniTltd.ya'nd.,-'/rom-. Iii;rt.ov'to^i;^hiyir-et-yi':'i\T;ii/iV-l.p'ro?perity-^..;;.. ;Be^fdc's^  Limy-, :ay a .residt.-,l.i-a'd.l thoir;.-griev-y:.thel; eomjkii^  a'ncc.s a'ijii/tii'd.-yl'.'-.ltyw.'as Tccognised, ;7C'qrr>'jj'a'i7It'?,,;!-?:;��������� 4'pa'yirig-'-:':cli;videnda-:on'-  f.htitiit Ava5'-'on'tv,l:-c.caU;.:e-of: win- "'of- ]yrp;eiv.;watered ,stoeJvr=di;t'--of which  ! or-jcaiiixat:on on tl  ;,-ar';  thn't:  Tl',  pp ���������r:3'?.i:.nnai-res Jpve.ueen created., an ci  (A  1; ., -'���������'���������; .. n:-:y;cLS-roKi:, 11 V., .?  1       Kvaitliiialioii of -'iiiul ��������� lTjvot-N 'iiii. Mia  ...''���������      ..'*'���������      .  '"'',. ���������'jit.-t-iies a .-;j-k:'.-::\!i.v. ".,..?  trackrhcu'.eiRl ndiy'inreMn  t-'cne''  ....^^..jy-yntSciicc-irdAiytp 0?  ��������� fara n.Ciic.r or  the Aervlc-  ho; -d?.r:ini-sauc!i -o:  li.af tl-ie employes i'lipiilel'  i (A  lYds-aA'thc ,(/'   iiii ve aAniuciiy xonsiderarionv,  ci'tk'i"- oilicials las the-  tnxjAiivi'c-iyhien'.v y a;-  ,'i;r,  ^B^op{ena^;i(i3^ii.|*^^  I'UiD.VV1,' maA-a'AwpC '  fnc.ii!I tair.K,p-.Vii!?:?a iie;;s,  wnos?j' 1 ntere-;.ts; .1 n ?t<ie-  .'finlTF! Iiifipccio'.-s of. Mctnlilfcrbiis Jtines arc  '?.L hereby a-sigiied'tlie; I'ollovviiiH:3as their  ri'-ijieetive Iiispection Dit-trict.s vvitli.lii-ndqiiar-,  tei"? ������s iiot.e.'l, ; Saeli asi-iyniiieiit to take jiltVcci  f'roiii '.liu'ift.iSth, 1001. until further notice':, V ; y  AiiC'iiiij.vj.b llic-:, Tnsiiaetoiv ?, :  ���������'.- V'll-;'a(lc|iiin-t.cii-s; Crniibrookj ofllec of Deinily':  ,V 7   Jliiiing lieeoi-dei'.        ...���������';;.. ���������:'..������������������; ?.   y'4  ? 'Insi'icctlon'I}isri'iut..siiall- coinrn-iscall of East1  Koulcniiy n'tnl also Goal Idvci* JliiiinJr Division  of^VcslKootenay.... y  ���������-..   ': ,-.' .  4 Ttiiukliiioii to lhe'-duties of Inspector of Metalliferous ilines, .J!iy llieki will also art .-is l-.i-  sijeetorof'L'oal JiinerivyiUiin.the.aaiiic; District.  JAMicsMcGiii-obii, Inspector.?' <?;. 7:,7.'( : 7  ,,,., Ile.ulanarlei--?, OJHoh df?Mlniiiaf..Rcooi,J.(j'ri-  ?? .yXe!so!i?77'7y,.;-- 7yV'y P.pP P-.-AP  ':���������-,' I:ispc,clicn?Di-ti-if't shaU ctmipvise nil of West  Kooteinty, exeei't aflat Hi vei'Mia ini; Division,?  nnd. -nlso'-'tlin ���������U-raiid'.'Forks and Kc-Ule ltiVci*  .Mining,DivisioiiK.-ui' Vtilp DiaU-ieti-; 7? y y, ,?.  TnoirAS Mokcuk,'Iiispectoi*,���������!���������'." ;"-?V ���������"-.y ���������?;,-...  .lleatlqiiarteifi, Oovenniiont Buildilig3,-ya"  yy ' ?     lilllmp.   --���������-���������"'-.���������--:   y? ���������������������������,-   -i3y,? ,7.������������������??;������������������-'..,'������������������.���������?3-.y..?,  ��������� Iiistpccliciii Dif.ti-ict,'Vancouvor Ieiliind 'niul  CoiiSt'DisLl'lot.-'. .''.-������������������'������������������.- -' ,;������������������-"���������-,,-    : ,���������',:., ���������  M.\; M'tayiiir.iH' fll.-:o-?Iii3pC!ctoi- of Ccrtl Mines  for tii!--. District.- ' :'-. ������������������'������������������   y .?  -.������������������������������������:���������'���������'���������'  .Nnliea'.f-'.'hereby given -of.; suelrIn.-*i)ecUiiii  Districts ,-ili'i tiirtti 11 aeeoi'daiiee wiih l.ho " J11-  .speelioii of Jicralllfci'-ilia Mines Ai-t, l-.!l7,"'nii(b  AiiiuiKliiiii; AcV. noiici.!: of.'ncctde.iits to ein-7  ���������'|i!(i,v(.'CR?liappi!!iili-jf'vvilliin"aiiy of, Mich DistiielSv  'imwi.'bc!.'proliiptly i-cpnrti d both to the.Inspee-  , lor of'-siich..l)it<l,i-ict and iilso to the Minister of  'Mine's,.Victoriii..  ���������?'y ���������-:.-���������>:.��������������������������� .���������  la iniiies iiotyiiiejii'dcd-iii  tlicaliove Dist'-iels  lnivniiKOiv will report, in' dtiplieiito, to tlie J5,Iia-  i-ti'.r of 'Jliiii-tj (li.i-ec.t-, who, if .he.con.sidoi'-s it  'imco^sai-y, will iussii.;ii ,-ui liispeeto.i-ctu'Hpeciitlly  '   iVJMll-t..-.'     ;-.���������������������������.���������        --   ���������?    '? .-''  ''.. '"'-,'..-' '   '.''.if''    -   ������������������?  .'���������.. IPniik fnviiis :i;))oa vvlili-h'to inrike.rcporli- of  siio'rai'ci'.leiits .may ? be (ititaiiiei-lyfi-oiii the Iii-  siKi.'-tbr of the-I'i-li'ict, fronr the Miniii^Ue-  coi-dcr, (ii'.ii'pjti'iippl'ic.iilqii to thi.i olllee..       4.  ?!V-A��������� M?-' inCirAi'lDAUoBKIDE,;!, ??���������   A  "A.   \:AV7?;; ,. :-��������� , yl-  .4- .MtliUtei' of MiiicH."  Depi'ii'tiiiciH of Miac'.-l,-"-'.-.���������' ' ' ��������� ,:'  ��������� :  7    ctiiJuiicyi'Dl.. y    .;.?A;."  ..���������;:; J20-2V.  :0|:EPET������:fSv|;  Wxaaa  w^m:r40^^W!^M  :iAAi'  A. -3-::Ay;?Evcryd,iin^;toiurnish;ayHoinc:i siyleppp'-yyp-yp  Write for our;i9oi'?Gatalpgue^-free?'!lt*coh  y x Coriipletc Furnishers^ y?  ppy-.ypyp ;.,���������:���������. S^Wl-Sfe^  ;!!-^.y'; iyi;THE:;'y PB^PEOT  PPiip'i iipP'ipi'P'P":A''Ko.:"i K.-.W;-0.lBIiO0k;lNELSt>N.:B.''C;-iy?i    ���������'i-PP-p'-PPiP:    .1?;  Gold, Silver-Lend and .Copper. Mine.s.vynhtcd at. tlio EXf-I[AXGE. Py-', 'PpPp.  FI.EE.'AliLLlXG 001,1) properiies wanted at oiiec for Eastern investors. ���������������������������>..-,  .. 'I'Hrtics -Iinviiii*'.'mini'iiu* pi-opei-iy fur said' are requested to send sninplee of their ore to tho  ���������EX0IIANGK'f,6!''o.\-liibiri.m'.v--..- ' ' r '������������������-"      " *"-3 '.ip-'i'-p: "P"' p'P "������������������-??", ?;" ''  7- ..All.samples slionH bu sent by express, PREPAID,.:���������: 7 .''"    7.?   .'-?''���������'":'���������     7"V . , ..:.'.?  ,L'o:-i'espondcnee7stiltuited,7 Addressallcoiiijiinnientioiisto    -.���������.,,'.'������������������'.'77.���������.. :,'.-..''-.  Ti-lephonp Xo. V.i:!i,V,D-iDox 700,  ANSHHW F. ROSEN-BERGER, NcIeon^B.C.  'f)t'wrti'iRti.i,i'i..-'|iii  ���������HlVpiVl-'U;.  ?. 1.  I he  ". 'yA���������L;*:l\Dixijd'd/:en,'.vopii-iion: -"Tbe  ..men ohlarike are h.p- well behaved  '���������a-lot of men a- b'eve-r Aayy in ,iny  ���������.liie.-'' -       y  eieir.ui  ; dilliivuU'ii--.-"  jAho'ws; how���������' reniarki'Jil.y , sueee^!  ! ha-lbceu -ihe_.]it;'0.-1 AffmAx' at'the  ! Ofiraiiii-atiou'' cf, tliis.braiKih of. the  }��������� '.���������oni[i;?ny,-yl'i:u-f:'i;vc!t.'Aro:\U-u by he- j  y 1 iitioi:s.,V('aj)j.tii{.ii-;l;.iliuf[." y-'i he.yroad ]:  ::-;i',y."'a:*:-hc:i,,:-iiy,'-T;on:^(-d flrotvi the'j-ul.-?-  ! .lli'c rV.:-<.;'i:lr'Ct".:j.;.b-o'.!'! by,.carh'.fiii'd'laird 11  "'" y^AiA^AAAyApAPiUQXpsO.A  Pi;')," lv. H.;u. be'cii. .i/A'<j- rr-.i :i t < i-'r.i'ian* ;���������  , , Don't! bin it to read .'.the ad vArilfc-1  1 meius in the K-)n:i::*XAV M-.\ril.- -T.Iioy !  ��������� w'i 11 ..-'aye vou i!io:i?-v.   a 11  3 i-erviccAami' the lovnh.Uuv-iibiclinA 1 si;;;p:-'^:hiAh ��������� iie^lectcd.' Ui?i'naln?:*!n'  i ,       A . * ' ���������   '    .    .   A    ' ii     -"'     ������ .'      l   '   ��������� ���������".. A-   ��������� '' .���������'',������������������  lUiuiiiier. 1 in wlsicii. thpl'inoiv' have ypPnrAc! ���������'a'.'-r.'.-:!Uy^b-.l,eavily b-yiu;-:--  j'.ttooel.-togetherduriin the'strike has 1. ed ih the ijaiidslof -.S.-iie-tiOve-riuneiit.  lleihpnstratod their.high' intelligence- '.-.��������� 'On'-,.,i!:.e ������������������.::ov.;h-orii    I'iiciillcv.nnd  We,, n u'esii oh-:-Great. Xo'rt'-hcrn the .se'ctkri'iiicnlin!  NOT1CK.  y. .Vi.Al'hcl I KA'itsi-us Si loK; isymadevoivthe mostymbdern Iast,.jind 1!  is tlie hiosthiinclsoiively finished, 7givesihc: bestlsaUslaciion, and v  costs liio lhorc,than "the ordinai")veve^  consult' ii corn idbetqr but purchase ;a';[mirl of - iNvicTOsA'SiipES , ?  aiid liyour; ;corhs ���������.!'. will-- disappear. .'.Made1 by Geokgk'"A. .Slater'?  au'd?sold"by!;-4:7":"?';'r':l i!;?"y' v,1A-^v--Aa!IV������������������ ������������������^-';.^A:;v.-:'Ul:i:.-!!, ^.AIaa X'XP cC-ApA'  who are also .dealers:in Groceries, Hardu-arc,-Tlhware, Leather  Goodi.yCrockcry, Glassware, Clothing, Men's 'Furnishings, etc,;  /1 a ?    a Front Street, ;Eevelstbke,?B.lC,   i  vour. niaKiir:  !e.;i(|.  to i  ?ni:i :iy a gu?Kt l.ia'r|:Jiiii.. j  ami     -..(i.-eo:Ui'Oi.  whet her  ihv.wl'jere. in",the world  on  r-ucli a ii '��������� ex?e-ii?i vo  railway, system.  there i-- to .be found ;i body lo.f  men.  o'.her  iiie present r.iil.w.iy str.kei.- an-  ���������jor.eible avguniint for, -the  'eitubiiihni'.���������.v.~- 1"'; th;"- DcmInici'i  ���������-'ovcnini'in'. of ���������conipul.-ioi-'''- aibi-  mtion . an 1 6'l.n:iliation. .Aytril.e;  arc- a national .'lo?=v and incon.ven-  iene'e. a Ioi-.? to both employer and  employed. Under *uch a, py'slem  a*1 we������������������-"t'.-fr'rfijjilij'irik'e.-i wouid beeomt-  ���������ill   c  ���������-!���������'  argo oryt-he.;permanent wa}1.  Ivhq would hrivo giv'en suchvan.-ad-  pf  lib-known iii Ganadai  Tiiia'C. 1'  ;"(���������!��������� vice   hoi-i  ,cen  p^cd for the poo, icelui0 (.rijer.'u  ".??-  :kme;'-i  :T, 11 ;11'1 i''.: ' SCCftuly    "Of     "ihl?n'i"'?i"0  ihd, C.'.p, Ry company'ouchA'   '  protid'of hiiv'ing IA jnterci-ts in )hb  bands'of sne;h a-reliable.'?et of p?ien. rheiirt  aiul. sotil-ih -Uii!-; tight.   '-'A j.  and the justice or their eauHC, back- j-body of .men. who "'.will -act id th(A  ed: up   by. their loyal, law-abiding j just way to the r-orryriny tljiit She.-.e  conduct. haM . brought to -their'?iir>-'i-' mei.'i hfivo' ���������exbibi.tf-d, ?i!id vv'tio havr:  'tiie : wci-A   an;, niOrA  W-fAU' -to--Aec' t'hCvC.'i  '���������niaintainedya-s a . v.]  tution, and   that ca  until: Auehytir^ey':  ' ik-?  a-j'i'*.-]?. "b" ' n  i-trciv:  V!on'.:ciijclat'cd, union,of the t-:  We are with ihe!ca'UKS of  ribc  W  ally ay  JapA  dian r  e labor .in?ii  i:?est,be,(;onv  - nariiciiiiiih  peii't a Htrtiiig fiiiblic ."yiTijiathy from  the.l'acilic'b) the. A11 ;uitif: slicuv.-.    ..  T  be ��������� high-, encon.unu ']ia.id  the  I I'I"'  .ra^U'ieu. '���������/ super.niC'ndont ,uow-  sh'ivyri'? th^rni-'elve^. ^o ioy.'i J -1.6 eacn  oilier Ip,.thi? strike, i^i too'-vnltialih'  lor any. ri'iibviiy.. company lo' jorCj  .XOTlCK-,TO; ITJ-M-iMPf0R3 "0.V-. CltO^'X'  1,   ?,      !..������������������'     j/A.xp.-s. "?. --.,  |. rpij'i'', (it|).-,-ii;rai of I're-'iiiiploi'^ of Clrown Ih'ikIh  1     i-.li.-.i'cl'.v ������������������(���������'iitli-'l  Io nn ninendiiKint to the  " [y'ni'l Act..', Iii*"'d ,dl, lb-, lux I. *e>ioil',rif the  J>'?;.;.ir!,iOJi-c, ivfiieh  pi'dvides in.fbllovvi-, viz. ;~-~  y.'f!..   l,.i*i.'*r;ijip!.or/of C'rr/vvn. lainls," liethcr In  arrei-'.i'?.!ii i/?ijii'( nt. of liHiiiJiiioiiU' of piireliano  t.-iii'itr-v -a-' .y>;.' vvhii nt  the tliii.eof coaiiiiK Into  ���������4;rce uf'.'Viil, Act h,i'.-eVibtiilii('(l.f.'i'i-tlllcati.'Hof  i*n-n"..ylii"r>", orv.'lyiVliriii  b/t V(.-'.'r������l.itn!ii.t''.l (.'er-  t-:,'-,..:Ui-n.i<f AyiiVy-itn'i.S i.vj'tJiln twelve monthi  ���������'i.-.c'.-tiififr, ;-'ii'ii r-ii-.. t'liiiiii-ii'ilti-.; -A'ltli the provt-  ���������ifii'i','-.- tii'j," f.r.n'i, Ac',P (iKci.-pt t\z, liiircby/il'  t':risd,' !>'.-. tr---'tied't-o o'.t-i'fii Ci-'ow/i ������',-JU)t* hi  rlic'i- pr.iM-fiiptifiii el.-.l.ii'!,^.,'j;ioii .cniripletli))' pn.v-  PP ',.- | iricitt,'. of u?i)-.4iip.������.i,ii',:!c,v alMie rati-of *<-.\eiily-  /oe,i j../i..f,. (:,ini.j  fi,.,. a'ci-o.,  utid Crown trrant rccs,  i'liicli pnyiii' iiU play be.iiifid'.j in.foilovyMi -  ���������- 'i'���������������������������'���������''-nl v-'i'i ������������������ P '-('tits par amnion or before the  .'!l"t (1'l.V'iJf I)(:���������������;IIIl/'Jr, iDlil.i  " Twfiil y-ll vi- ci'iiM. per acre on or before tho  y   ii'a.h day 'if iliiri'-.-'Ki-i-.1 -, ; ','���������-.  ".  "aa'ptl'i'.- rfi-.i-'.ii'iiiK -      - :  ��������� . '.   , ,  .������������������"���������i'-viVistv-il--': ecnt.t 'J>:-i- .-IcS'.': nil of before tin.'  -������������������  :!NI. 'dav  of 'lii'tic-inhcr, VPU, ,md '.vlrlnait  any i'u.i! liar li.-iyir.eiii. of i'lilei'i.-.^l, "r arrenr.*)  '.���������'of ilit-.-ri'id;''      y".'?  'ably'yfurn'ishcd'-wicli the choicest' the market     '  ''���������,;'��������� 'i; ��������� i'i. affords,.     Best I'-Wihes,-, Liquors, & Cigars,  I.,       "  iRates $i a day.    Monthly rate.'Vy'-'.'    ���������"; "������������������?,-!'    -.'���������'-1.'?'  iJ.     JkJAABJrABAI}   .STOITE, 'PEOP.  i/vctuir;*? .tho.Icom^ap^-,;a;'v d  iM'('ji;l  7,   W. '���������',. efOl;K,  - Drpnly;Ciiiiiiiil.sy|Viii':.rof i.ii'.ds & Work-,  /lii.ls iiial AVorkM bcr-i'i'iin ntc,'  VivtW-ja, I'i, C��������� lr-t,.Juii:vir.J  J "Wli oies alb y and Retail  'eat MerchaiitB.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  <^s^Cal^aiyr Alberta,-  'W..  WTTr^TTC^^T^?  ^^m^^mmw^m^^^^wwM?^^^W^' t;tt7 !7'"*'tTn,v \ v ir ��������� t.  u  Hl^HUEHn   I Hull I  ft iti IB  sMe!  Kootenay Lodso ,  /f^T* No.l5A.F. &A.r,I. !     *   The regular incciin-:  7P-*      are held in 1be, -M.i  a 33r;Utiful Ensravir.s o:  ? ������  iU   Uuu  Big ivr-3 ff  s (Mr  La saL-  g-sg.- ' JL>A  jC\      cnit-Temple. lin-.n ii--  ^^JSfe^s H.UI.  on  lhe   third  S^^&iPC^^JMoiirinj-   in  each  fini.tilli   at    8  p.   in.  .Vi-aiini,*-   brethren  cordially welcomed.  G. S. JIc-AItTER: Skcretarv.  aSVELSTOKiS LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 23.  '       .-*-��������� /2^-ra        Ilesr-iliir meet ine-: arc held  .--v-^^^i.,.   in 0 I Kellnvvs' I Full every  ���������.x-^fc#--rf&kTliti������lii\- nii-hl at, i-i-:!ir  'i^^D^gCS ov-io^k.   ViMi-iif' brother.,-  "'" 'I'-^-Jv-*  , O-irdially vveleoined.  E. ViWTEIlSOX. X.O. ,T. A. STOXK, l-'.S.  Jl. N. COl'IlSIEK, U.S.  For Gr.;y  in  TH  ������ 67/.r &  fetarting  June   iqlh   will   make  the  run fioai coast to coast.in  .ours,  Cheap rates now in effect to the  SELKIRK LCDGi:, SO. 12, I. O. O. T.  ."-.lec-N every, Tni'sdav  1/fiT    AkPZs**^    evening in Oddfellows  jpr^-sv nan nt, .  -"''���������%���������������,.     nVi-ltiinr broth  ^^fes'iiially   invited  lend.  A. K. ICIXCAID, X. 0. .1. MATIIIK, Sl.c?  ft    o'eloek.  ren i oi'-  to  at-  Ail over tl c.-vo'"d tii-*1; pi- tu**.. =��������� w/ubc- foM  'X'one kac.v her bu; :t-i-,ve la;-; X'l'n' n^med  her out tn '.m !���������>���������?." Tla-i," ht- m ii iniilirn -va-iti  in ibe L'niied -State- ,\<nl r.in.id.i who i. il! c-ieii  vvanr one of ihc^e ii-.-autilal j-ii-i are--. T.-i ;>* a:*--  full si/,,-. Pa'2,. Xi> i-xii, ri**!* h,i~ ln-cii -p-ned  ami lb.-p-'eture ;-��������� well wurihi of a Iisndioinr*  frame. Agc-ut-em sell 1 i'jn day., samples by  Mill:. JiOsAi'.iili. I c.  , 1 rioz-'ii  piamv-,. 75 ���������.' Ail for 5!.20, pro'-,-. J.'-.*.  .Ti].ietnri*i .?-'-'.''j     "      ������5.h-'i     "     *?-'���������''''  ��������� 1.-0       ���������* S31-.1     -      ������1'"..,,  "     ?j.f'f  P-'-lier o.-.Iit I'^i al unci and -triki-w'.iik-ilic-  Iron :"s iZo\ The lin-i- ti- -(1! iroc'Ni- when  lhe people \'.-;uil liiein.    Thev vvanl tl.eiii now.  HOME NOVELTY MFC. COMPAQ  '  P. O. 3d:: 513, Dent. G31,  CHICAGO,      ��������� : : ILL.  LOYAi  ,- For rates, tickets, nnd full- information apply  to  T. VV. CRAD3HAW,  . . A jir,t,  Revilstoke.  E. J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A.,  Vancouver.  J. RIN'GEff1,  C. H.  OSA^GE   LODGE   KO.    1C53.  Regular mceliii-ji- are held in  the, Oddfellovv'-i Hall on the  Third Friday of caeb month, at  8 p. in. sharp, ViRitiiij- brethren cordially invited.  TH03. STKKI), XV. M.  ,   XV,. G. BIItXEY. Itec. Sec.  COURT MT, BEGBIE  -?y: I."P. F, No. 31G1.  Meet.'- in tho Oddfe Iows  Hnlibn . tho second an'd  fourth Mondays of caeh  month. Visiting brelhA  ron   invited  to attend,  k: d. j. c. joilvsox,  R. 3.  Attack of  Canadians at  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  ,." lioyal Slall Lines.  Choapcsl Kouto to the Old Country.  '     ALLAX LIXE- From .Montreal.  r.irlsinn July Gil)  Ati-lii 1 an        -'      - -      - "   13tlt  1,'iii-iiilni.iii    J "    ^iiii.  Tunisian "    ���������Jitli  UOMIXIOX LTNE-Froni Portland.  D'minion         ���������         ��������� JnlyCtli  Cniiibroiiiini      ���������    ,-            ��������� "'   13th  Yaiieouv-ui Aug. 3rd  '   DOMIXIOX LIXE-l-'rom IJo.-tcn,  Commonweaiib     ���������     ���������  "���������    '���������     ���������   Jaly Sr,l  Nuvv Kii-jlaild  '   ,-    , ���������      ���������      ���������      ��������� "   17th  Coiiiinonwealih     .*      ���������  . ���������      ...      "   stsi  ^ REAVER LIXE-Fi-om Mont rent.  ' Was --in  l/il;e i.hamplain  Luku Megaiilic,  l.alie rinik'i'ior  LaUe Ontario  July, oth  '��������� mil  ���������< llli I.  ".  iClh  Aug. -.'nu  ra-senpei-s ticketed through to nil parts of  Great liritain and Ireland, and at .-peeially low  rates io all part's of the European comment.  Apply to nearest railway or **teamship agent ur  lo  T. W. BRADSHAW.' Agsat, Itovolatokd.  TI3VLE3,.. TABLE  S. S. " Lardeau."-  P  " Iluiining between Arrovvhead and Thomson's  j.,iiiilinj' comiiiciiuing June IU, lyja, vvill'sail as  follows (weather pui-iiiiiting):  lj'iave An-owhcad for Tiionison's Landing  ami C'omnplix al 7k- daily.  Loave 'Thomson's Landing and Ccmapltx for  Ari'ovvheiid ai. ITU. daily, eonnceling with all'  r. P. li. train-* and boar.*'.  Tho owners reserve tbe right to change times  of rtiiliiiffs vvltbout notice,  THE FRED ROBI.VSOX LUMRKIt CO. LTD.  1". R0I5IXSU.V,  . Mana^in-*; Director,  PaapJeb&i'g.  Th-3 pre-enl i-a time when war picture-* arc  in tjrealer demand than ever.   The i-oud-ic-t of  the I'rhish -oldier.-: on lhe halllelleld has won  tho plaudits of admiring nation*-.   We have  of f<reat expeiHC published nair large, bi-aiitiful  pictures size i.'O.v.M. on lu-nvy, t>ii;ict-iine, calendered  paper.    A   picture Unit will commend  it-olf and send a rlis'lll'tothe hearl, of every  truo  Canadian  1- the om; called Attnclc of  Royal Oimudtan.-i at Pani'doi)cr j1. there are  litirally hundreds of liituns on ibis, picture,  lb" mountains or lir-p.ji.-i-D ���������'trttcbiii;: out into  the di.-t-mee are' swarm!' if with men, v.biie  here and there a pro-.liate fiy-m c siicaks only  ,loo vvell of iho Hour r fleiiicii. ���������  li was on thio  battlefield  the {rallaii"1  Mdjor Arnold met  dculli unlliiii-hiiiKly.    It is,only too trtie Unit  many of l!i"se -.Miiatu  hi-nrls that beat .so bif,rh  when   lhe choerlns tliouuar.dti bade them  God speed as they -ailed train Canada's shores  now lio still forever in.luiit-ly graves on the  other side  of  the' world under African skies.  To ovory Canadian heart, in every Canadian home, the deeds of their brnvc soldier  boys speak with an irrenlnlible   thrill of  Patriotism r.nd prldo.  Gordon Highland-  ors at the Batiiu of Solsr.ont. Charging  the Boer Guns at Elandslanste, and the  Chargo ol" General FrenoYs Cavalry on  the Itetreating Geaornl Cronje'o Army.  These are,all stirring iiicluri-s unci eitnnot fail  to commend  thenselves to any one who wiil  examine them.   Tliey uie KED HOT bEZiL-  ERS!    Agents   coin    money.    lUg profits.  Enormous succ-ss,    ('no aqent sold i;8 in one  day.   Sample and term.-, 'ii cents (none free);  four fori!,) cent-'; St.60 per tinxtii I 25 for 82.75;  50 for 55;  Uii),fur SJ.51,    Vi'rite today for a  dozen and make mn:i--y,  HOFvIE NOVELTV R GOIVIPaNY,  Box 513, Sopt. C3-i V,    '  "    GK'fiAfiO  !M  Uiilv>fsiw%Vi    I���������������o.  Special Meeting'.���������Quarantine Bills  ' Total 83.309.  A --pi-ci.ii nu-cli-.:^ of tln> c-ily'ciiiincil  vv ij, i11-Iti \Vi-(liii"-(];iy HVi-liinv?- Pii't-eiil:  Tii-M.-iv.-i aiid Abl.'.Mi-Ciii-iy, .M.--L.*(,i],  .Mn-,-.ii!iiii-(i:i, I-.'i'iilc    '  Tin* city cli-i !c -i.-iImI In* h.-iil iiiiidi-  ������������������\) i !.c iicciniiil ���������* in ((i.-iiici I inn vv il li I he  i'< Ci'iil -MMilljinN* (I'laraiitiiiH .-ind llii-.se  illiicilllled In S:i.o!)i).  A Ii-lii'i-'was' lcnil fi-nin T. Taylor.  ^1. P. P., .-tilling In- hail, f'-pi-i'Si'iilcd  lo tin* -joveviiii,uiii lhij dfsii-.-iliiliiy <ii'  ������������������i*>.-i.\liji.iC_iJili_tily (-(Mincil iti inccling  ihis i-X|ii-inli(.iin> iind minister.-* were  di-piised Id mil ken fji-nnl ni' .$1.."0().  A letter was read from ihe Dominion  i-nvci limnit declining to as;.-ist .iiki  iefi-1-i-inj,' tlio council to thu provincial  gnvei'iniieiit.  Tin-    eonncil    passed    a   by-law  to  .hiirrow ������$^()i)0 from iMiilsnn's Bank  to  meet (he exception.'il expendiliiiv  nnd  thi'ii ndjoiirned.  iT  ���������K  \r n.  IL U!  . E. yV. C Paget, Prop.  Prompt, ilelivpry of parcnl.-1, baggage,  elc, to any pail nf^lie Cil}'.  Any- Kind of Tpansfisrrlng  ' Undert-3k8D.  Al  ordprs left at R, M, Siriytlie'n  T'jhueci- Store, or l������y Telt'piione, No. 7  will receive ���������jfuiiipt iillrntion.  UNION LABOR,  '   Euy Only Union-Mads Shoes.  \m Mm Of It,  There' isn't one reason ��������� there aro  dozens why our work is better  than   any   other    laundering    works.  Come in and see how we  doit.     See our machinery,    c  nicely and exactly adapted  to every need.    Our soaps,  "    too, of tiie best, long tried  ���������  and proven good,  R BUKER. PROP.  Kootenay Railway & Navigation  Company) Limited.  '    NOTICE.      ,  '  Mr. .1. IT. Gray having; resigned hie pn.Hitioa  as J.aini L.'oiiiiiii'-riioiiiir or tlnsi t'oinpaiiy, fill  I'Oiiiiiitinlaatloiis In rcluioiic-u la ICu-!o .t Slocan  lia Iwny Cuiiitiiiny'*) liuiciu n'mulil b-ji.tlclres-iud  to  RODT. IRVIKU,  Jlatiagci'i  KiiKln. EC,  May 31Bi, 1001.     - 0*11,  Firewood.  , Firewood from the Fred Robinson  Company's mill supplied at 52 per  cord, prompt caa'n with'order. Or*  dcrs may he left at thc mill office or  at my yard.  R. SAMSON.  NOTICE.  HSTAnLlSHMEXT OF PUBLIC HIGHWAY.  TAICK N'O'l'ICK Hint thirty d.iy-. nftcr.dntc 1  iateiiil to apply lo the .Ci-lcf i'()iiiiiiU>loiifrcif  l.ainN & \Vin*l*n tn cisiiilillvli a Public Highway;  .���������"liiaiiiiciiih'������t a iinlnl   alniiil into liiinilrrd and  llfty  y.-ii-rtu c-ai-t of  the Iji-Id-jc on the Illcclll.-  vvnut-otlli-ri. road ; thenco about a (ir.in-icT uf a  ,���������, , ,,        ,      Tniivir     1 nill-noi'llic'ily iiliaiu'the foot of the bench lo niy  Jills slump HRfH.MiV tna JU1L>  .Mc- , in-e-ciiipllini,  Stiiuii ca>t   qunrtcr    ^i-tlrn  ���������.'���������*,  Plir'l^f'iV   ('"()      f iiniler!   of TTiiit.il- ' tow iii-lilp 23, 1 aii���������'U 2.   (.-si!-:, tfl, (Mm p; 1I.S>.    -  1J11L il5>U->. tU.,.   J, iinirri, 01 JUim 1   ,   -1 .aic-<l ut Hcvulmokc, 13. C, thi., Mtti day cf  ton, the only union l'-a'tury in C.-uiutla ��������� May.l'JOl.  '���������^(5/5TEff������������  Size 16x22.  Ono of-the-most beautiful-pictures in  colors.' Upon a background of Pure Solid  Gold rests the Family Record in the J]  sdiapc of a handsome volume with Gold  Clasps upon a cushion of crimson velvet  vvilli a beautiful gold tEEsel. On the  p.igc-s, under diilercut heading*:, arc s>i,nces  in vvliicli to write the, name and date of  birth! Cn cither side is a beautiful scroll  on which to record niarriaKC- and detilhs.  On top of the picture arc the words,  "Family Racorc,'1 in the ik-1-.Cot lettering  Iciiovvn to thc printer's art, Under this are  spacer* for iValicr's aud'nioUifci-'r-.pk-liires.  In the lower part of tlicpiulurc la a brau>  tiful hoaie sceii3.    . lie dsa? old grand  Celebration of Dominion Day.  Dominion Day was fitly ci'lebiatt-d  ut Trout LiiKe by a sports gntln-nug,  wliic-b wns most siu-c-fssftil, nnd w.-is  followed by a wcll-attended ball in the  evening. The* chief eve-tit of thi* sjinits  vvas thi* hoisi- iMcinj?. There was $t352  raised for- dislribiilion in pi-i**i>s .-'inil  the sports were c-.-ii-i'icd out vvilli f^i-cnt  c-rcclit to the coiiiinittet-. The following wi ie ihe ivsults:���������  Ilille shoot, Kit) yds.-G. Hainbly, F.  D.iiuMi. -  Boat ihci', biiif^le scull, h;ilf mile��������� II.  Ni-i-dhaiu, M. .Matliison.  lCO-Y.-uddiibh-C. R. xMuDoniilJ, R  llijiRiiison, , '  '220-Yard dnsh-Ii. A. Bell, tt. U'w-  ginstnu  Boys rnce���������Georpt- HiiniM', Alex. .Me-  Fiierson.  Giils Kiic-o-GraceMi-Pht-rsoh, Mabel  Bturell. ,   ,   r  Pro'sppftoi's   iv.ee,   ot)   lb,    pack���������G.-'  Ilaiiibjy. A. M. Oliver.  Slainliiijr liro.-ul jump��������� !\ Tl. .M.u--  D.-maUi. yit., S. F. XV. G.il'ui-i-, S P.  il in.  Itiinniiij? bt-o.-id jump���������S. F. \\~.  Gainer. 1(3 ft.; E. A. 13-11, 15 ft- 3 in.   ,  Riinniii'j hop. .-lep and jump ��������� E. A.  !3.*!1, 37 ft.'TA in.; E. Bloom.'Hd, 8-3 ft.  !':1 in.  li-.iiiniii}*-bi-rh jump���������13. A. Bell. S.  F. W. Gainer.  P.ile vau!t--J. il. Ciiirie. G. IJ.iml.ly.  -"Ob-iaH-iiiL*.*���������A.'.OIiv-r,   13   A. Bi-ii.  Putting Mint��������� .J. Ulack,   'iim2  I't. 2  in;  D. D-inl.ar, Hi ft! Gin.  To-.siiifj c.ilii-r���������D. Dunbar. J. Ii  Giii-i-ie,  Hook it nd l.uldi-i- coiil est; i-i'in IUD  yards ,-tiid 1,-iise ladders-to ridge of I wo  stoiey building,' vvas won by J. Smith's  team in '.i'i seconds.  Po'iy rue A. M. Gi-itig's Rosa Lee;  13. Hillmun's Queenie.  Iliu-.-e r.ice-U. Iliilnnin's ISuUei-ilv;  E. A. Bell's Kamloops.  Free for all���������-A. M. Craig's Rosa Lee;  E. A. Bell'.-, Cyclone. ^������  Packeis contest���������Beaton 111.d Danny,  1 niin., 10 sec; Cuiiinii.is and Craig,  1 niin. DO sec.  Tug of. war. married vs. single, was  won Iiy the former. -  Challenge boat, 'race .between II.  Needham aud J.'T. Lauthers, vvas won  by Need ha 111 with hu!f 11 length.  MINING NOTES  NOTICE.  .'���������Inspection- 011 Mi.T.vi.r.in-uouf* jrixts Act  A.mi;ndmknt Act, 1901."  VfOTlfK is hereby id von that copies of the  1^ Code of Mine Siyn.ils provided Iiy the  above Acl, vvliioh comos.into force on ihe l.-.t  .prov., can be obtained from lliu Kind's Printer,  Vli'tniid,  Copies nn paiiDi' vvill be funi'Mied free, but a  ehar-re of fi i'i y edits vvill bemads 'or Uio-se on  rubber cloth,  ���������   niciiAitD MonniDi-:.  ll.'ni.Mtcr ol' iliucs.  l)c])nrlnionl of Klines,  artli June, l'Jtil.  The Kelly Merry Makers.  This company is billed   to iippfiar in  the  opera  liouso   on   Saturday, July  20th.    They are  from Nevv York mid  are   to   play   nu   ciiff-igemetit of four  clays in Calgary during 'the exhibition  there.    Ou   their    way   to   lho coast  tlieyrvvil| play the. larger towns in the  Kootenay'.    To   judge,  from  the press  notices tliey appear   to   be very clever  vaudeville, uiii.Nis   who   iiive an enter-  tainnienl of, more   than  usual merit.  The Grand   Foi ks.-N.D., Herald says;  "The Kelly Meny   Maker.i  played iu  the opera house IhnI p\euing to a 'u--ge  uii^d appreciative, tiuriience.   Tliey fully  sustiiiueii   llieir   enviable   le.putalion,  llieir peifurinaiice  being  clean, bright  "iitid .clever,   while   nothing  is said.or  done lo which   any , objection  etui   be  taken' by the most fastidious  moralist,  From the rise to the rail of the curtain  they were  greeted   with   round   after  round of applause, and those who were  so unfortunate,us lo be  absent missed  the treat of  their lives,"   ,The plan of  ihe hull is at the stoie  of  the Canada.  Drug and Luok Co. where."seats  may  he secured.'.  v-nw 13 YOUR TtMK.   Cm 0  ciil cent,.*, bm li y  grauacatia���������are an -rauiui-ea itiiuuui mo jj  table, wi.ilo 1,'i-iiiidliiti.L'i- rci.dsa )iorli(iii ot [|  God's Holy Word. A truly beautiful R  scene. Underneath are ihe word*., "GcsiS  21c.es Our Pamily." Around On-, picture |  -.arc eight s-pcec'- tor pholngriiphh of other a  i inciiiburs of lhe family, each npaco cnclcsiiig g  a Kent iloivcr pic-uu. i.ifev.liere on the pic- g  rare are Miiuisr. tl creeping vinc-p.il-u-l-; -mn  i)lo?^uiii- in rich confi^;:-n, lliu vvhoiy.resting on. and thrown into bold relief by thc  KOffreou* backffi'ontid of Solid GoUl vviik-h  produces a picture of rtaszlias boauty.  ������ AOEMTS KOV.' 13 YOI  AU������;������ ! w rc'tfiilai' iivlce !  any one who sciu:p thii atlvt, wo will hone; N  onu for ajcr-iitK. Utir price to I'scnUO for i  Si; 60 for '.M; 100 for 50.iV). Wo uny-ili*}  3 ehat'KC.-i r.nd r--!ti:ii money for uiirsoiti pL- 1  I ciirc-t. N. (.'. .lack-:.'!!, i-'iluiiire City, buiiKlit -I  Tib SlI.Ti'i, sotil thcin fur lm!r price, W i-enr.-1{  eiiiili, in o days, mukin? jFj.'.oJ ck-ar prolil. sj  Can you do bc.lci-f    " h  k  XVc  have j.OCfl   tesllr.iciiiu!.** and  vvanl |  yours. , g  Address: ���������      |  HOME NOVELTY fViFO.GO^lPANy |  Dcpt. C3i B, P. O. Ecx, 318, \  CHICAGO, ILL I  F  OF  EXCITEMENT,'"  THE ROYAL VISIT TO CANADA.  THE.CL0SIN0 SGEHES OF THE-WAR  THE RlTU.?N'QF THE AFM7.  c������BSSB  JJ'������WW^Sg^Bl������^U'.^l-V-^l~.*'.-������-.^������*nw-.  C*Jt  TJ10MAS I.I^VIij.  Rubber Stamps.  nrdi-iw fri' ftntilici1 Sianiii.*! *n"l. ih to Hit'  Ofih-e ni' tho; ICootbn'Av JI,\iL| nevcL-itoke. L'i  C. will bo lllli-d with dci-palcli. -   ���������  Over  Gunsmith and     '  Machinist.  LaV/rp'.ice's' Ilarchvarc Store,  ESVELSTOKE!.  All classes.'of repair and nmebinisf.  work' promptly, attended to.  Baker, Confectioner,  Caterer, Etc,  ,' .Choice  Groceries.  Graham Bread,  Wedding Cake a Specialty  .'''Mail, orders   prtniip'l.ly. fincl   .  ���������   ':       carefully iilt.-li(l''(l In:  Pf g, BOX 132, REVELSTOKE, 8.0.  as. I. Woodrow9  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In^^jjazzg^  BEEP,   PORK..  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  Ail order*, promptly filled.  ntVcLolUftt,   D.   I'.,   and King--trcl-ls.  WANTED.  r , .,i:r-;,i  El  IJVEB.S 9? Yl  : - Inta,  Made During the Week by Revel-  A stoke Merchants.    \  ���������  fs 1   1 f  Iv, TIovvKOii-���������Cr-ai^ellacliie.  '   H. Gr. Pai'Miii���������Ferguson, Halcyon,  Thcjniscin'-s   Latitlin^,   Ccnnaiilix,  Cam-  liurne.  Morris it Slefid���������Arrow lieml, Big  Der.d, Illecillewaet, Salmon Arm,  Jjpuvernuiutl).,  Taylor iT GeorgR���������Tlionisini'.*1 Landing, Trout Lake*, Fer^uaun, Coinaplis,  Arrowlieml. '  Ileiil & Young���������Ferguson, Thorn  son's L'liiding,' Halcyon, Arrovvhead,  Rogers Pius*.  ' \V. M.   Lawrence ���������Craigollauliie,  Smith Creel<,   Ferguson,  Illecillewaet,,  Salmon Arm.  Ent'er;)i'is(! Brewpry���������-Trout Lak*p,  Ferguson,-Comaplix, TIiuiiisiiiii" Landing, CanibotrH.-, Nakusp, 'Jllccillcvvaet.  (j. 13. J-i'inio it Cot���������Siciiiiiiius,  Rogprs Pas?1) Canibonic, Cliinwilli.-uii,  CinigelliiL-liiC' OuiiiMpIix. Arrowhead,  Th'jiiisoti'i-, L-ihtling, Trou'j ��������� Lake,  Ferguson, Field, Ottertail, Jjeaver.  An Opportunity for KOOTENAY  MAIL Readers to keep posted  during, this Period oi Excitc=  ment.  Agents for Kootenay and Vicinity  lor the sale of- hardy lines  of   standard    fruit   stock,  small    fruits,    ornamental  7 trees, shrubs, etc.     Terms  A   liberal.    Apply���������-now toy  PELHAIV1 '.'NURSERY-.".COPAHY;  _...? Toronto, Ont.  '. Notice to Subscribers.  The pri'prii'tcr of tlie Jvooteswy M.vir, re-  qucj-i!1 snbscriliorii to advv-ri lilm of anv Irrc-RU*  Uuity in .th? delivery of tU-Jr papcre, '  THE BIGGEST VALUE'EVER  OFFERED.  Jl,v a vui'.v -*.ilicf.i2loi',v club')!!)-,' iii'riin^ci-  inuiit wiih that Brc-.it l-'asnlly Xi-iv-pajicr Ilia  Kaniily licni'd ind Wuekly ,-ilar of .A.'oiitrc-al  wo ii-.-c onabluii ti) oiler tu nuw >5.ibst:rll;cr*i llio  blgt'(|-l v.iliiu cvor l.'-ard of.  Tlio balance of Lli I-a yc-ni- in-omit-c-f- llic nios-t  -.Inrlliii*' event's and ovyry iiei-son *jli'JUld kecii  po-tcl,   Iloru ii I lie- opportunity :   .    ���������',���������:'  For the Small Sum of $1.25 we will  send you until January 1st, 19D2,o-  The KoatHflay Mail,. ?      ;  Tlis Family Herald & Weekly Stai'  a;iJ tlio Family Jlorald's two great ���������'  lJi'riiiiuiii-pictures, ' '���������  at)]irisi in tlio Temp?'      ;  :'?. &'; * ;H'am b ": from !llip' ,War;?';  In Unit not good va'iiu'J Kil.lier piuture alone  is'���������vv.oi-tli.doulilo tlici liuaiuy. Tliis oll'cr is open'  only to .Inly 31st as tin;'.supply of pictures is  limited and eiinliot be promisi:-! after t'-al date.  To any of < ur present .subscribers vve oiler, the  Kijiir]*.- lle-.-iild and Weekly .Star tintil -lannary  1st, Vii'il!, incliidiiig-.thc two picture?,1 {of. the  small sum olHO c'ei.ts,  ���������  Revelstoke Gun Club.  A liaiidicap shoot was lu-ld on llu*1  eliil) grounds, July 1st. The conditions wore, "ih liirds unknown angles,  Tlio 1st prize, highest individual scoic,  n'silver siittcr clc% purchased from J.  Guy IJ'irliL'i'rt stoi'ej 2nd   pri/.t*, lovvosi  scoio, leather merlnl JI. A. LJruwn j frt.e from arseni.-, wliprens lliu copprr  wi.u tlit! trophy. Tiie fullowiu-- wen- ' nuitu* pioduced every wlieie, as in  the, scorw, A J. iMcDhiiiioII inalcin,'; j Unite, for in-iiauc-e, c.inin.i .11 pcicc-nt-  (.���������speeiiilly lino hliyoting: '' a^t; oiAi���������*���������,'--nic wliich   has  to   he.  care.-  Handicap, .Score, j fully lefi-iwl nut i.f tho niHlle.    Ik*. Ml-  l'i*o->r-rcior* and mine-owiicr-* are invited to  contribute 10 the-lvi'Oi������NAV .Mail information of a reliable (.-liarac-ler regarding their  prope. tio.*. dc-r-tri'iljinu- -urfaec- ahowinjri*,  aev-c'ijpi.'ioni work and re-aiit- attending it,  as-ays, an-l nc.v iii--coi"i-ric.-. The editor  - de-arcs to make the Mail a means of  fnrni-liiaic to investor- reliable information  iioiicci-iiiia,' the pinirre.-- and developmc-nc  ot tiicinitiL'iiil n 'O'irce- cf North Kcoienay.  The Ca iii 00 company will adJ 40  stamps 10 its mill.  Tin* uiiiiHi-.il tax in Montana *'s 3  per vent tin the -;K jii.tit on the ore  iiiiiicii.  O'-.viiiu tn ihi������" suiko at, thcXorth-  poit Mueller llu: Le Rui has di.sc-l.ar^ed  .-JO0 men.  The Carilion Hydraulic has turned  out a'.$200,000 gold brick as a result  of its clean-up.  T. T. JJrewsier started work cn  Tuesday on the Carnes Cieek Company's property.  'I here is great excitement at Cresti n  over the discovery of lich fne inillii-g  quartz theie.  It, is repmted that nigh water nt  .Smith Cieek has curried away S00 feet)  of ,'luniing on If. Howard's claim.  The Le lloi No. 2 has paid a divi-  fiend of SU4.000, e(|uivale.nt to about  0 per cent. 011   the   company's capita'.  The Tronsides,and Knob Hill mines  are now connected underground by a  tunnel of 2,500 feet, which is all'-iu  ore.  F. McCarty intends starting  work,  immediately on his Smith Creek placer  claim and will   put from S to 10 men  on.  At the, request of lhe smelter trust  lhe Cueur U'Alaine - miners have arranged to curtail llieir output of silver-  lead ores. n        . ,  A AMc-Giegiii- this week , vi-hed  claims in which he' is intetested on  Inform- 'Creek und lep'orls G feet of  snow si ill their1.  Humor has it that the .Slocan ,njine  owners have combined lo control ihe  lead output with selling agencies in  London and Nevv York, .  , We hear on good authority that the  Canadian Smelting ..Works will establish their lead refinery at Nelson instead ,of at Che smelter at Trail.  ' W. White, of Dawson, by his'nttor-  ney J. D. Sibhali.!'; has disposed of his  interest iu the   Ophir, placer  claim lo ,  II. N. Caesar  and   A. W. Barlow  for  "'  ������1.250.  Judge   Miller  reports that  he was  successful in his mission   to the east lo  obtain capital to operate the Old Gold,    ''  Primrose, iind Guinea properties in the,  Lai-deau.       ,. - ���������  There is every prospect of a substantial rise in the price . of silver. It i-j  stated 'the. American Smelter Trust, in  view i.f this, is ofTeiitig contiacts.for  three yeais al Co cents an ounce.  Tlw directois of the Trince Mining  and Development Co. have determined "''  lo get out a carload of oie for shipment  this season. V������'e congratulate the  directors on their enterprise. That is  lhe way lo demonstrate practically the  prospective, value of a property.'  Cei tificates of work were issued last  month to lhe following ��������� Louis Guero  for Conistock, C. McDowell for Law,. -  rence, Bobbie Burns and Highland  Mary, E. Mt-Bean for Annie M. nnd  Nine.ty-eii-hl, J M. Scott for Standard,  H. P, Smith, C. J. Rumens and W. H.  Wilcox for Cat bo tin te Chief.  r The mine-ownei\s..associution met nt  Nelson last week to discuss lhe nilll* '  culty of marketing ores" hut the result)  of 1 lie meeting hit'* not been made ���������  public, It is stated that two pioposi-  .liona were put forward���������uno to establish smeller-! and lhe other to form a  ecmmitlee to control,the output.  Thc strike made by A. W. Mcintosh,  on the claim on Keystone Mountain in  which lie is interested with, Messrs.  Woodiovvjmjd_J. McMahon, is said to  be one of the. best ever made iii.thnt  section. TliPie, is now exposed 6 feet  of solid ore, consisting of arsenical iron  carrying high values in gold, with  galena interspersed   through   lhe vein.  Dr. Ledoux, of  lhe   well known1010   ,  purchiiMiig firm' of   the  same name of'  New   York,   says of B. C. copper I lint  it is a very  fjesirable  arli:le,   as   it is  H, A. Brown      1G \ds.      20  A.  McDonnell  .... - 20*      .15  E.l'ayet'.���������,... ;.-    11' .'    1,4.4  K.-A. Upper ...,,;    17     a     \;y  A. -ili-Kite ...... ,, .-18     -A   12',  Capt. Taylor A.,,,, ���������   15   ,7?  12  J.GuvDarber ','PP.    20 11.  C. It. Skene   ,,,,?,.     16 IO'   ?  "A..E. Phipps .;���������'. ... i-.tl.���������{���������-. "���������   A   0.:' '  EAKer   .,.'.-.,...?..    11   .'.'        7  .������������������?���������, Messrs.? Morris, Holten and Mcllae  obtained fair1 baskets on the Jordan  hist week, but the river vvas too high  for? good fishing. Several nice baskets  iirp ieported as having been obtained  on the Illecillewaet. y  , Tlie Eagle slates the men working  on 1 lit* Nettie L. load have quit work,  refusing Ibe government scale of  ''wiigt*-*, $250 a day, and .they demand  S'3, It is now probable Uie work, will  Ire let ]iy t'y������tmtti  marks: '���������Biiti-jh Culumoia has nn ad-  van luge, in this, respect Unit vvill nnkri  it jotight after,..no: matter what rjuan*  tity ia proilticcd."    -'���������.-''  '"���������"������������������.  A      It Daizhs the WorldA a  No Discovery in tnedlchie has ever  'created one qt.iai tei'Of. the excitement  that, has .been, caused by Dr. Kind's  New Discovery for. Consumption. It's  severest Vats have been otilibpi less  victims of, Consumption, Pneuinnnii!,  Hetnorrhage, Pleuiisy anil Bronchili-\  thousands of vvhoni it has restored to  perfect he-allb. For Coughs, Cold'-,  Asthma, Croup, Hay Fevt-r, Hoarse  lies:* iind Whooping Cough it is, the  quickest, surest cure in the World. It  is sold by the Caiiada Drug & Book 7  Co. who guarantee s-iitisfac-tion nric-  fund money.    Large hollies C&-, and  J1.00. 'Xrl������l'Uou|eji;'fcce,.'' THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  &  ^-^.^-r^-^.'-e-^.'tf^^^.y-^.^^.'.aAV'tS-^^ |  .... I   MMijgWeiiH  fi Wnz craps onct-.. o? Tjraifi powoe-������  J  men try our own  it- "   " "   "" ������-������    - -  - ��������� ���������       ^  '6  ,,     .      - .  !  ;J SARSAPARILLA i  'ti  ,9  preptniti.on.-". \;i a com-  hi:i it ion of drugs hav-  i;i������','ik^rn tiivc, i'lmic,  Stir.iu!a:u  and' Lax-  ������  .9  .<:  ���������\*  V  .V.  ff.  .9  IP  v  It'?'  ���������*.  I--  s������  IF  ntivc a'juoii.     It cun-  'l.ilil.S        lllCaC        Dllll-.'"  which     thc    medical,  profession recommend  'in     Skin      D.ise.'i'-c;1,  1 Scrofulvi AiT-jctionc".  'Dyspep.-'.ia.Livci'com-  p'..rn'.tr,  Kheiiin.'Uism,  ���������   c.i\  SI p:r bottb -New fie Strong.  &  ���������f'  &  .")>'  '������  ���������t  -V  '&  .*i)l  &'  .\,  ..;,  6'I  S0������/>������. M0 PERSONAL  V,r'r..   ('-ddi--l   i-uirni-d    la-l   nigh'  fro u Ni-l-i'iii.  ��������� ing in the selection of Mr. Kilpatiiek,  j vv Iio--j reward i-i a box of cigars made  : liytli" Ivid i jii i--c fig ,r ('(iitipany,  i -VAN' ;i(.-i:.\i; kin * weddixcx.  Km Bli Win  ,    ,-..,. ,   .      ,, r, ..       ,   .    ,i   ���������      -' Pii'ltv   lii-iiii-  vvi'ilumg  look place  L  Uidi-,iii'i vj.L.,, went nut to llu-i '        ��������� ��������� ,,      ,,  .,   ... ���������    ...  c-, ,     ,,     .     , i at. llu* loiih'iice ii   Mi.  C. H. King, 21  Silver Cup lo-dav. ! _ .    , ,������,  l i^ii-en- itvi-iiiii-. \ lcloria, la������l week, the  Mis. Poller and Miss Canon i-i-turned j <,,,���������.,.,,-il)f, ,,;, tt i c-s bt-iu- bis daughler,  yesterday f.-oiii Wdlsc-h-y. ��������� MNs Lil|iilll  J3tJ:lt,.u.e Ki���������������������������-  llll(1   Ml..  Gold Commh.sioni-i-'Fii'.-quicr visited    Bi-ilnn   Van   Hci'in-of liie 0. P. K. at  Fire Valley this week. . H.-vcl.-toke.     The   appearance of the  Highest Honors, World's Fr.::  Go'.d  Medal, Midwinter Fair  Av>:ii  HiiUiiij: Powders   ccmtalisiny  a*;:::i.   Tr.ry c"0 ir.'-.i-ior.u to hva'tli r  ai.     ' GRIP AND PASSWORD.  I Canada Drug & Book Oo |  fv&p>';~-������i'i;. ji'ferSs'fe-ri'ji-srbferft'ii^'-fe; s~������5r*  Rcvslstoke   Station  B0.1N.    > -hu'ic-imI-. l.-l'i nn Xn.  2 on Tue.-d.-iy ��������� fm'  J.  0. I./ | his holiday-*.  The ���������-S'mliiiL'l-con.sid-ius-.liie  Orange j     ].'.  (j. Gamble,   prnvi: c-ial  engineer,  di-iiion-jli-iilioii a'   Vancouver vvill pro- j arrived i his mm ning and   will in-pecl.  bahly be- ,! c large.-1, m; recoid furanj j tin- Hig Bend road,  similar celebration in Ihe Province,        j    .j,   T_   nu,w>u.,\   .���������..���������,;,������,.,���������.   f,���������.   ||,P  K. oi-' !',        ���������   . | U.i-iu-s (Ji-.-i-k CJoiisoliil.iti-il.'lel't for Ihe  The   instaralion  c- remony  i-  po.t- | company's uiiu-s on Monday.  l'\ Fi-.-i'-ei' vi-ited Trout Like Saliu--  day, returning Monday.  ���������I. Dunn c inn'in fi oui Uig iJend on  Wednesday, n liii-ning Idday.  fieii'-r.-il Supi-i iiilendent Mai-pole vva--*  <i visitor lo the cil.y ye-t-rd.-iy.  ".Misses Shopai-.l aiul 13-1! sp-nt Duiii-  iniun Day at Arrnwhi'.itl   and  JST.-iku-*p.  Mi-.- An ni.* Uergi-i-, of Jlleriilewaei-  is visiting fri-nils in the city Ihi.-  vveek. a  Mi-. Sullivaii. Iii'i.nnii sler'of ihecily    pnifn-i-ly  decoi-atetl   with tl.ivvers, the  ceremony In-iug pei formeil under a  floral In-!!. The I l'.de vvvis I lie n-cipieiit  of many handsome and um-I'uI presents.  I\I 1-. ami Mi--. Van I'ornii h-ft the  city on the Vancouver boat, the bride's  travelling   costume   being    of    cocoa  bride .ind hei- father vv,-.-- the signal for  Mi-ndi-l-jolni's Wedding .Maich, the  piano n���������ponding lo llw-skillful loncli  of Pi-.if. l-'lt'tt*lii-r. The In -ide looked  -.���������hat iiiiiii*; in while satin MO-ah, vv ilb  veil, oiiiug," l,io-Miins a in! shovvel lioll-  (jii"t.. The li!iiii--iniiid. ,Mi-s'P,iiilir.i-  Vim iloriic, si-.li--,'cf the groo-p, w.is  ���������;i-tel'u!!y atliietl in while oigandie.  The groom was a**-i.-ted - by ^lr. R.  B.'iti-iiin l\i,ig, Rev. Mr. A'it-hfiL lying  the   nuptial   knot.     The   rooms weie  J.A'.V-O.i .June 2)\\\, Ihu wife of   \V. J.  Law,' of ii miii. ' ,  (Ja:ivi*:v- On June IKhli, tin- wife of F.  P. Gal VeV, of a' d.ill^lilel,  yLT:i!-:ni..\N:)--On July 2 id,   lhe vvifi-  of.]. P. Huthei-liilid, of  a daiii-hd r.  Di. Bui-gess, deiitisl, Brown Rlock.  FOI-l'SALI-; -A theodolite hy Gm ley,  apply fofli. II. Mayi-.e, Hevel.-loke. ..  XV. Fli-ming ini cud- establishing a  new lively stable on MiKenzie avc-ni e.  ,,   New, potatoes and early gal-.leii pio-  duce at R. Tapping'.-.  The results of I he ceii'-ii*. vv ill  ,iot   be  i, ,  niiitli'knovvii fot I wo ii ion I lis.  L'hiUivn's'garden I on!-a ml wad ring  c-iiu-i at the Canada Di-.ig k, Book Go's.  1!. Tapping reports that, cut worms  are likely In'he I i-oulile.-iunejn ujaidens  .-igitiiiithis si'.-isiiu.  Or niiiiph-iiii-. very i ili-.-l.-I vi,-, i tilling lo vviir'on1, iiiul only ijjl,;, .-a i In-  t.'.inail.'i D.ug & Bonk C'oA.  Jl.iyor Cai-Non,-c om iin lor for llu-  L-iideati line, hii-i D.VJ un-!! a I. work ami  waul.- to increase tl.e foi'd- lo JOU!).  r '  IJ m'c ful-^et. I lie .-I I-i v'liei-i-v   Mniil.-.-ll  tile iS il viii ion   Army   liai i .-i.-k- oo fji.l-  in-day.   Jul-.-   fjili.     j\(K-ce!>   fi r the.  benelit of lhe local coi ps,.    '  'L'.ie   Pi- iviiici.il   l.i'^-i.-'al uie   will   be  ��������� C .Hell log"! 111'!-   ill    S- pi en  lii-l    In    Wil-  poned iin Wednesday next.  *. o. <)'. K.  Bro.   P.   y.  Wil-t u  of   Revi-1-to! e,  altcnded the iu.-la!l.i':ioii  bauquei held  ���������nl Trout   lake  ou T,n--day   in coniiei -  tion  with   the Oddfellow*. Lodge ai tl  i       , ...  pronounce.-1 it. a hi il iaut iill.-iir.  Tiie in>la!Iation of ot'ii.-ers of Ili-vel-  stoke lodge, was held l.*ibl night when  the following were. in-l.il!e.! : II S. j untcli at Golden  Wilson, X. G.: 12. Wali-i-son, R. H.:  ,J. A. f-jlonc, F, H.;' J. 1. WcoJrovv,  Treii -1,  Rkis.   .Molliso:i   and   McLean   wt nl  tlii'ough tile t iiiul dngree.  CB  S il  .Sawyer Bros., of the Revel.-toke  ���������Sasli and Duo;' Factory, have shipped  this week considerable building material for Ferguson.  The Pittsburg people who have y-nne  up to llie'Big Bend to see their  limber.      ���������     , , ,.,       ,, ,.   ,  ..    ., ,,'  .   ,.,,        .    ., , .,,     . | ivltvshmei ts   wen;    iber.i   v   snpi)bed  limits .-;ty that il they  build  a  mill  all, ._,,.    ,.,.... ���������     ���������        ,       "      ,.   '  Revtjl.-loke it, vvill   have  ,-i   capacily  of j  ho! less 1 ban 12)0,0)1 feel | ei'  day;  and  G.iplain'   11iiglu*1*,   Me-ifis.   Biadb-y,  So'u-d-i. .'Hid If. Howard, left fi life) nil b en-el, on Wednesdiiy.,  1 A. ?>'. Smiih accompanied Principal  Su'liv,*in on !ii- nip ci-t; Mr. Hmilii  Ruin j i' u- lhe It-.ielit of his health.  I..;' '^r. , S-i>vlhi* w;is laid up on WkI-  neal.iy ,-ti d T.iiii'sihiy as llu* n-stdt. of  injuries    su.-tained   fit    the    Tool hall-  M-ssi-s. G. S. McC.ti-tei, and McB-lh,  inana ;i-r of Mol-on- Bank, look in il-.e,  Trout Lake spoi-i.-i and vi-ited Fi-icu-  son and ihe Nellie L. mine this wei-11.  lii'owii   cheviot  cloth.     After a short-  it-iji e.i-*t llley vviil return to Revelstoke,  wheie thev will ri'.-ide.--Colonist.  F.IB. twy,. tft.;?AgETtgl<J������-������saKgl'T>*,#-V,--JiJJ'.������VAi������c'^a  i\  PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES.  Miners Octagon Sl'eel, only Jessop's best kept.    Picks,   Shovels,   Barrows  Single and Double Bitted Axes, Cross Cut Saws.  ''  Builders' Supplies���������Xails, Building Paper, Licks and Hinges.  HARDWARE ONLY, W. M. Lawrence, Revelstoke  T  >Jew. eL -*^-  TIT"  Carpets, Linoleums, Floor i  9 Cloth-*, Blinds, Wall Paper.&c  ^v^,   Second     Hand    Fuinilura  Bought and Sola.    Warehouse for Storage of Furniture al monthly rates.  Agnt for Pianos, Organs, and  Cwirg r/acliin s.  ��������� IB.   ZBIOWBOICT.  On  Friday   the.  ineinbei's nf  thi-rp-  woi'i'h  League  were invited' to spend  the evening-at, the Methodist Paison-  Sige   and   report,   having   bad  a most  enjoyable'time.  -On Dominion Day a successful picnic in connection vvilli ihe Alelhodiht.  S unci ay school was 'held at Ibe recreation -r.iiind. Baseball, foot bull, and  oilier  games 'were  indulged   in,   and  by Ihe ladle1.  AV.LLii'O    \VOHKIill3.  Tii-3 B8Y3lst)ko Uosp'.tal Sjciety  Annual G-aneral Meeting.   ���������  rnirrc first nnmial (jciu-i-iil nicoliiiB of tlici Ilcv-  X (l.-lokii llo.-piliil Snt'ii-ty vvill bu liclil .u the  l-'iro lliiil, .S.icoikI r-troul,, KiivuIsioKci an .Man  dii.v the .-iiii -\iiifii-l, Idlil. al I'm Jiiiar of dirlit  p.m. fur llu- ii-.irpii-e a! i-lt-ctiiiK 'I'mstoc's for  [.lie uasiiiii-.' year unci ^caiii-nl busiiibs^. ���������  .\li iiorron*- wlio havo siibsuriliucl So 00 or ii])-'  vvanlh towards lho Hind.-, of lho fcouicly are  entitled to be pi-usciii and vote on all mat tor.,  brought, before the nit-i-ling and all such are  invited to be -ircst'iit,  ! II, II. ATKtXS,  lievelstoke, H. C ' Secretary.  ,   July Jih, ivlt.il.  Spriiig ^ S^i^n^er Goods to Hai]d  Extra strong- Serges for pants at $5, .made to order.  First-class Spring Suitings,,from $20 lo $28.  will he aiiiong.-a the  largest  sawmills  iu llu- province.  "--I-'-lI-'.'*1;' .'.V^^ryrirr  On iMonday' evening tlie Will'pg  Win k(M--* of ih-- B e-'vieriiin chinch  h-'ld ii very m ccessful sab' "f -woik at  the Se'i-:i K II.-ill fi llowei! by an cnii 1-  p> ' HP QTD Gi'ftiJ'#$/ { t'fli'""!it in' 1 he 'i veiling. Mi'. Mc-,  UJ 1   tffl*     O S nhifSSniu       j L-iiighliu   ... .-uj.i.-d   lhe  chair, and ll.e    ' following  piogr-iuiiiie   Wits   pre:ented  I lo iin autlience vv Iiii-li   (ill.-d   the hall to  Funsral fiei-J On Wednesday.    ���������' ii-iiiin<!--t- c.'M>;ici*y, iin- vat-ibu-.-item*-  ''       \ liehii-1   ei.-dii,ilily   reilei-'d :     Drill.: by  I .\ii-s  Edg���������i-A  pupil-*,   vvilli    U.-iiiadi.-i'ii  Help Wanted.  One Ironer and one General  L:iuntlress for Revelstoke Steam  Laundry. Good wages to proficient help.  Reve!sio!<c Steam Lanidry Co.  J). .M. SLl'iU'lltUl wl'.O  was.   ill'jurit! ! a'dhem^-iuig, Ml-. Sullivan; feci I a I ion,'  iv fnll.n'g'-'i vet' the railing tit lhe (.'.''-���������"��������� ^'' "'i>": s"������g,   Mi-s Turnbull: reci-  \ !-;.'  enriiop.   dioil   en "r-alunliiv ��������� ,;lli,,"> -Alii,B x' 'lli,!l ili-Nai.,- song, lAi^.  c .un- llu- D.,-k- . f V.i.-k a ml deal w ih iun"gh; nr il-.e OriLir.al Holet   a?   the i I-"'lwr,*'i<"; ��������� I'hib ���������.-.vvin-'ing,  .Miss   Flo  p.-ipii.-i-ti ro 1 way i-i.i,ii,:ii--. '! i'j'r.h of inir.r'.i:'  sr.siuined   to  his | I>',1|M ''"  "'"*"���������   ���������v*,'!-  1J,'I|I:  ''i-'ingue.  II.B.i-VDomiiilonsiiiv, v.ii', aii'lMd ! -i'inehv tlsefiil.     . ' | Clill'.rd   LVq imu-t  .in.l   I. iw     Em ly    o;i WVdiie.-d.iy i���������,.,,,i,i,r ������������������,! ���������-iii*M ,-. ,     l:m<iu-cil formerly 1 old ;V re.-ron-. [\[[U''y.; |f,;"llM-- v/- ���������'[��������� h'^ieov.-: Ming,     y- t-oodyor WM"  fiZl  I  -. I  "Normal Calfskin"���������  a porous leather.  'Permits your foot to  breathe.  :> ''Allows   pei'spiration  to escape.    ."      . . /  Keeps your stocking;  dry. your feet cool- clean  and hardy.  To be t had only in���������  "The Slater Shoe"  LIMITED.  V/holesale Hardware, Ship Chandlery and  Mining Supplies.  Hardware Department, 8-10-12 Cordova Street  Ship Chandlery Department, 8-10 Water Strca  Ono Bloolc from C P R Dopol  and Sloamboai V/liarvos  Ro-furnisliecl and Rc-modcllcd  Rates $1.C0 to $2 per day  K  1  -  wv'all   tiiiMiVveved  'D.-uiiiilim !ams *i!'lc   ] cisiLi'sn   :i;  'the   AnlhracAe ' ���������NI;>*> l'v'"-1'<'c'I;Lli"*'*M  ���������iij.u-e.,1 t.iihei-i'iyi-f Iti-M-i-tnk,.. I aiiiiu.-.    lie had   nj.i.lu   HeveI?:oke ! -1"1'1'" '���������:";1'i"'1^'- -Mi-^ li^-'i- 1** ��������� \ Q   3   HT'ME  &  CO  ,.        ..,-,.,,,,,..            , i  IvA  bf.'Ui.'  imp'iN  :nr tl,,.  >"i^t   tr-vi"     >n;1    -'"'d    Xi'l'.O.l     McN.ih;    feci! a I intl, '         '    "     *"  *"         ���������                       '  Morris hniii 1 am  ll, HigiiiMin   ave n'"* Llactv-linKi l.- .ot, tin.    -as. . ( \L,    -       -        .                            '                    > Qnln T anol   A ^01*,^ ������  ,                 ,   .,,                 '??���������      1   ��������� ��������� 'oi-   "-Ali*    vo-.r--     M-cii-L-i-.-r      .N      -i    Mii-.B.*s-ie Laws. m.   Mr.-,. Geo. Cl;-.! lie -           oOiQ LiOGM ii^eiltS.  been awiinled (lie c()t)lr.u.t lor ileaninr 1 01   v..lji.    \cai.-,    .-.otivi.,^      ,.>     a    ,,,....                        ..   ,           , -^  ,. ,               ..  ,,        ,,   ...   ,                  .         .    A e'11-i-.r-iir.--,- .in,i 'h!';,i(-.-*-n'iii      n,i-Ti.i"-l     ''uu'    M.:rii    op*-ncel'      lUV.-lded    iit    lie . *  ��������������� acres oi* the y.'lkii-k town-i;c at the *-lUl'-nu ' ���������'IU! 01lU,L( ll'"n-  J*<-''-cJri..!      .                 .,'               ���������  The C. P.U. land oiiice oiiei.td at  to   the  ....,:, "* "c"f" "i''u'."b'j'^j n'lt,i*'ipd fll!-l furried out the.iii'rangi*.  '"   followed    liv'1'!'!* ..ar-c "hodv "o* ,l������,������'!i "���������������''���������'���������  Me.-d.-tmes Palmer,. Dnyl.*,  >e'.j-.)i) in charge nl'A. Taylor,  si 11   of ' ,������������������ ,������������������.   -,.���������,,, i-��������� . *:.,, '.-   .-., Unjuliart* and  J.  Law.-am, as-iated bv  t I*- chief jiistu-e ol Mainloh,', will h.iv e    .,, ,...,..1.,..   ,,      .-     ���������       "     ,1       \. M !---������������������-" J m nluiil, Lew 1-, Palmer. Lessie  ,....,. .     ,       .      , Kill),.     -, 1 'i ivtii*'..    i-i     (.1 (.-'.-,i ^e',.      ,\, . ,. ,,   ...     ...  ch i.-ge or till  tne  i-oiiipaiiv e  land.-  111 1  ., , ,,-     vr    -..        r- L*iv\-on. >nr n-i JU .N.ih and t'.ilder.  .   . . the  {'i-iiit-ii'rv   \\ .   Pi.   Jiro.  rr,i.*'-r      .,., , ..  iri   Ora ri  11 s pi ovine.-. 1   1     -.1        -i-i  ,   ��������� rent I tiie* M.-i-i-r, c li'-ri.!!-.'.-rVi'1.'-. ::!i,'i  On '.Saturday   a  young   man nan.(d     fj.,v   \\y   y   ('yj.v*')-   -i  Go.' nail  vv.-i- 1 hailed    In f,ne J.  I\ ,** ,b-  b.i' I. P. .Al , v it 1 -.ii-ali-ig iio2 I'm hi  on : Liil-*, and v a. M-nteuct il tu ;i  ye 1 ���������'.- iin; 1 Aui loeni.  We lit-.-.- lo  tli.iiiA   1 In-'a in lion'-'r,  Jui lllil Ditv.'e-, till ii |.!.ili   u>'   l!u-   ; (iv-  U .'.'liil I'll I luu n.sjle 1 f Tlill.uiiei 11. iii  He  ���������Similkami-i'ii   di-tiut,   to   In- n.ld  liv  hi 11 tin Weilni--il.iy, ,/tdv ITili.  Ciirlii'lii* tooth v\;..-'i aiul | ow.b 1 1-  .11) t'Xcellelil pu-ai I valive li !��������� lliu li i-l I,  11 nil ha lib ii'-r fur I iie u'uiii-. The ('an-  ml 1 I'tug' it 1 J.ink I i'. 11 1 v e .1 l.i a i.l if u'  liil-.' of Imlll 1 I' llli-.-e.  Tiie ck-c 1 inn 1 i ;i lion! li- :-ti e b 1 lli"  cil v   ri-ii!li'd  in   l l.e 1 --Mi u   cf   T. .!.  The pivi-i-ed- .imounted to $|,il IT,  c -rnfor/c c-ri-.-iicir SNTiiiiT.\i.\:iiK:v"r.  ,      (   >*.'! '.Vll Jj-j' I'iil il.ir      Ij),.        U-lf.lVlll-.lhle  j'tsiinji ^i!v,e!-a;i. >"-i'   7:.rr,i, >'-.   \<    '-veaih-i-.1 li u-gath'-i in-,' ,-i>-.���������uili!.-d at  ri'l)or:e(.! t-.1 '-e a vn;'i-'.:\ <).' C'-r< ���������"..-' A.   'h-Op-:11 II -u���������01  W-dm-^.Iay e'.e.-i-  -v-f.    i-' g,"n 'ill-' ":���������,- isi.ni cf a -,i|,-.m'.'I eiiler-  !,ii:ilr,"i.t i ;   aid of  a I'iiim! In |'-*iin! llu- ,  llR'l!  CZ  -GUY BARBER,  Watches,    Clocks,  *���������  ������  Jewellery and 811-  ��������� verware.  Engagomaot Iiin^B.a Spec;a!ty,  C.P.R. WATCH [NSPZCTOR.  Revelstoke -Station, B.C..  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets, .  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Vancouver,- B. C.   ������������������ r������ o ' (  "    "' '* '" ,',   j'  ,   ���������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������"������������������ _ ���������  ���������   ��������� ^���������^������������������^������������������������������������������������������������������������^���������.���������������������������������������������������������������������������������^������������������������������������wiiiaia ii   iiiiiiiiiiiii        ���������   i      ������������������������������������m*  ��������� Vancouver Engineering .Works,  Iron  Pounders,  Boiler   Makers and   Machinists,  Successors to ARMSTRONG & MORRISON. ......  Wc havo the 1110.-1' coini-lcti-'MACllixK SHOr ati(rF0L'NDI;Y cQiiipmciil wc?t of Toronto  "oi-1lie** iiiaiiulaiittirc of  ,  " Hydraulic Giants. Riveted Slccl Pipe. Grizzlies, R'fTlcs, Ore Cars,  Ore Buckets, Steel Wheelbarrows, Stationary, Marine and Logging  Engines, Steam Pumps,  Marine Repairs, Sheet'Iron and Steel '  Work. -'. '��������� .      ,  Wc liavo in f-lnd* for immediate delivery IIOILKRS. KN'CIXES, PUAtl R, ORK CARS,  WIIKKLHAIfI.-OU'S and MINING and S.WrtllLli MAPIIINJCkY nf i-vcrv. desoriiiiIon ; also  nn,,L,,".I'���������T,i;!,.!Js* M'l'OUGUT IKON 1'11'JO and FITTINGS and ENGINKKliS' LIHASb G00D8  and SI.PPMKS.  and SUPPLIKS.  Uirrcsjiuiiiliiicc soliiiilcti and carefully ntlcndwl to.  OFFICE AND WORKS-Foot of Heatley- Avenue      Vancouver, B. 0. ,,  a-CKK><H>a<KKKKK>i>0^ <><X><^  o  The 21 ith. Anniversary of the  Battle of  The Boyne,  h  GRAND _ PROVINCIAL  u^Vi  l*OQ  CHURCHES.  ('alli- I i Cniii-b in iii,-  i :i\-, aiul f, uj.,. i     */V7^.'Sl^,;-'',1*f":\\Ti|il||.  iii li:- Ki.uinil-..     Tii-   I'nlin-.viii-r laili.'s !    |7JM*'f^^^<lvM'lI  I),, i-i,un!.iv i-i i-!i!;i-_- II.-v. V.'1. A    'A!  ' 1-,-ilital.Iy  -ni in.  ',' ���������' 1 ��������� 11 - , 11   I,!, i -  '.ini!-,-  Ill   lii'-^t.WiMiK        Til-    InliliVVill-^   l.Hli-S  ! U!/j:,:\^^^W)M,  ;*M-i-i-.i at ii,.- i���������i,:- : :,],-.. liui.-hi.,.,, i WAMwWlIB  ���������'������������������   .>-II'-Mr 1.-.I-.--l.i.l.   ������������������������, v,.,v ' ^fg^MWLwrisM  ,ri:M,-.i.:.���������;i,ij,:: ^^^fttp^  ���������"iy N.I.!-. .\:n. im-i, , r CS^W^9^'^^  !,-!; |.. ii.i, iiml Mi'Wh,, ,'AP0A?PP  A-'A.rf >'������ ''M  !,!',(,!'''''"   '��������� '.i!'!.' i i*'iij)"*;i.'i i !'u- ii,-- in i'i . iipn-., i'^/iAsM V*;'s%y"  i.i  li..'in-iii. ,  .'i-v-.l i i .-. ,J    [{..-.ii.-di,. \ 7A?'*rfA'!W\  -ii I.-, - XI. !,.] ' X. tii.-iinii, M ( ai'-.*.'!!),).-.(',   Hnli-on ]AAf(A^y^>.  ��������� li-!- vv,!i | !���������",!��������� :, '. -.ji-i ���������i,     ' ni:. ii \'. ,i. i,     j^,. ,,,.. ,   ,,    ,  llu- in- mi" i- f.r'  L. <>. !.. N >. l!5.V, v. ill    j;,',,,'.   ,,,,,,|   j|,,i  I ai,lib-  I1-  il.i- . ! ". - ,i  .ii.  -l'1'i 'l. ,  'i'i.i v*.'!,:,- Wi, :,i r- v.:  I li-ii- ill 'i.  i   Iii  u.i ;i v. b"   vvi, i i'-.m! i-ib.i.-ii in iiif !si-l l.i*   ii'iiiiiiii.ii-'". I  'i'i:-   iA.i-,,1   vv.f.   i-i   ,ii'.-iitl,i:n-.' .ind  if; d-ivil     "I'.'.'i i!     -(���������!.-['.!",:<.,     I'n'tl ��������� fi /-     j    C J      J  Tin- an niiai .^uii'i.iv ������i-lii- ol picnic- wiii    Fi'iM'r iu.fi-a tapir,i! t i-nii-iuau ,.t lb.-,' UHl'Ciiil    a5) lilQ V������  (Jrili.-.ml.y.iU'i.i.iMii..:i.   Mr. (;,���������!.i,'i.    "" s   "    ������������������"'"" ���������ir"1 - '",!,,r   ',vM i'-v":\l- f""^  H'" i  Mi-l.tm-m  b.t - ii'iuli-iid cM-i-lli-i.i   -ci v i, - in tin . ,  .     1 ,  c    ,      ,        .    ,,      ...      . --uii i lii.uijii-: !     a:,   ii'inv   ]-i   Midi  l-iMl-i-ft < illlialii n   111 I!i-v c!-li l-.i- -.im i -"  i ��������� i . i '41 a ml -1'.' (I- ���������-.   ���������  Ills dtl^lliiil   a|i|iiiliil!il--iiL   lu lilt' biail'.l  uf tni-it'i1^,  ���������,..,.. i        .���������        .      ,     , bt>   Iii-lti  ( ii   Moriilav at il.c ii-c-.'i'aliiiu    ���������'"������������������,| 'nii'i.-i-i.;, vv bi. li r uj,,;. i,-.i ,,f  |l',,.  Inlliii.iliuii  b.i.i   bi'Pii   ri'L-uvi-i    Lbat , ' f, it. .,-r., ,  i,     [> ,,, .'     i     i  ,   . uniiii.i������. . li'.li-.vi,)r'  iu-iii-:    I .ami ������..',|.) l,y .������������������!:--  tit-  D.'iniiiii-n  ^i.vi'i-iiint-nt   li.uv nni- . .';.,,.'���������.-:,���������,   ������������������ . ., s i ���������   .,,,.,  i...   \>  firini'd  Ibe  iil'.int^  uf  wali-i'  li^bl^ln  .    t'.1.'-   IP il-tnr,i     \Y, iir     Li-br.   and - "-*. >������������������ ���������-���������- -   ->'���������'   ������������������'    '"  -"-' n'-m-i    ,,,,.,.    -\i.      r  P.wri    0-..-!:i|',ii-y   r-ii   Ll.,i L   thi; till-in    <"!iui'-I. ������ i-i, I.-   I !i n-lv l b-* in-nii.-i - f|  113 . i' U-pb I- |fi    li.iinliu;* ov i i tu thi*    'in.' baitl   fm   tli-n*  kn.rl   .--r.i.' .-ii-;-  i  i  In the City of Vancouver  1  KU&O  ^*m w-f������������ <������������������.'��������������������������� mT^rnWrfrnm  nffl^ffl  Revelstoke    to    Vancouver  and Return.  Good from lOCIi to I4th July inclusive.  Ml TIKifil :1'   -' It:.'!!'. M.  i.i.irv-.)i.,t.n ��������� a *',i ;   -dia1  l.y   ;���������;:-   ,-.!.-t-p.  ifirJ, " ���������! '.ii'il . ,-." i;,t':, j,, '.Ji.. ]P'./,n ; ���������  i - i-i-i" -. ' "i", -,'. f.,'! !���������,- -���������;]  j, ' I-",**-- Jy h-.,.-.-.|   i'h!   rj.|.;-r-  ;,. ,j ,,,,, rl>  Sun.-' i' r dI'm  :,,  It is r*,!i!y by onrcful sLucly  tho (Iri'^L-is! become;' a factor  i 1  1 .v..- :'j ;i;.!,'(.' for Jiciiitli and  \A,V  X\. ',".''.:'. ""'., j Our roputaiion has been won  . , ,   . , .     .  - c     , ������ -   -,,     , ,.        I,,, I ,   f,. V y ,',; | <t '  <-'    >'��������� ' iI'-imI    ,-i-   al/iV    nil In- i-Vi-liill^ f    Ji.li"     i,.   ,i       ,���������   ,i ,       A , . .  1^1/     c-lnrli/in-r    \nVm\-n   in    Unw  At llu- in.'i ling uf lb" cily t-uuiicii on j -''''��������� Ibi- brm--, and v,-n-   h.-.u'-i iiy i-n>..; ed : , arid what to blJ/.  F.iday nielli lb.- only  bii-iiic.--. dniii-j f ut i:< Jl ( r i.yur.i.Mj. A.i-i", Knnn i, nnd J(,-;-piii;.- L-v. fju--. ' i-       ,.-���������,,'     ,],,-  was to in-lim-t, Dr.  .Mi-L-.m   tu  ftuni. j A picuii.- in connt-t I ion v. ii 1, Ibe Hm,- Lulu P.ili'u-k. .Mat v   ivh-.-.n-l., L!.-,,,,M' ' ,-  ]   ,'"'   ]U llr!Lj'lln ( U!ri.-    '''-I^'ta-  giiii-ibi't-iiy |in.|.cily at the --u-pi-i i. | d,,y   -, |,(��������� | will  i - |,.-i,| i,.-ii,(.i i-(,vv/.-,i R./ci.   P-.nl  If.,i.i,,-(.i,. [-Jl, Auny l\.-\\ -.ion ny c.irc. ul attciiUon lo per-  s .Minn, and d-ttiiy   what   he  fb-i-iiii-rl I 11 i-   iib-( iib-vvai-l. nr I b- r-.w.yoi).    Tb- and   II.   Diimic     Vu: Will. - ;,;������������������'",] 11,.,'. ' A'l,?'"'],'.   J,,ov-1 lln,0,1!'  ''md  n c>*-.'iiy lo ptiilci t .-i^.-iin.-,!,  infcclion. i cliilib. n v. d! H-.M-UI1 I" ,.l llu-( bui.-b al p.-i l   -,:'   Wain/.     'J'n-   dai,. , ,-,   -.-,-j.y '������"''  " '' !''('"^'  T.u-  i-oiincil   di-lri iiiii.ctl   lo   pay   ih,-  I nn.-o'l-Ioci,-. ���������.v-iiili'i   p-i .-mi I '.r^.    Tli'i- ' 11 .ijrii'd li-, ,\i,--. \','i,k--.                                 '  ii 'cotiiii*- ft' lb is tiii-ii vvbo had dnin- I lie  war'1 an ihu (Jily l.h t-I ,'iud rb-dtic'i  from M.--������m-s. (Jali-y'n ( biiuis. Aid. .McLcod vv is appoint'd ;i ini-inbi'i-. of- the  COUi'' '-'���������':ii'vi������inn and appeal, y  ;<ll.i'liibm(V )il Hit" ������������������Sunday .,Si-!..ooi ,ha������ ���������'.' Tin-- v'ul in'-j; for ,.(lit-y'n.io-l," piijiiiLir  >bo-,vii a sd-ady ii:ri r,-|.--. of J.ili-y A- -liaclu-li r --. as n .koiiici- of ii'iuV-h iiiiiti.-a-'-  i-a'pii.iil   b'liiiiiy   has la-t'ii pio\iil.-i.I ami - nn-iit, T, K ilpul rii.-k a nil'J; ()\,y [!.iilu.|  bi'iiiK, iiniioiinei'd .iiri. a ��������� lie,    v\'ljrii'",-i  yvcuiir-t ciij!iij������-.'ti!igi| t'onl;' jilact.: {^A\-  niblflioii'il   lifvv   l.-ook.-i ��������� an* .i'xp'-i.'ii'd  tbiMVcfk,  George F. Curtis,  '���������' ������������������     , .?" Tho Druggist,"    ���������  CXaiwuuior Ui TAXMclJ. A.W. Co.  '���������  REVf;l,$TOKE .STATION, p, QP  Till.-'(���������Xctiii.imi will lie (aki'ii .-kIviiiiLiiki- of by Ih'i'iuaj.ii iiy of (he  f'ilizens uf Ri'Vi'l-iloko mul llu; siii'i'uundinj,' cnunl i >-, many of vv hum  liiivu nt'vi'i' hud a diiinci* tovi.,lt, thy Mi-liopiilis'df ilu-Noi-ih Pai-illi'.  Ample lime vvill be wivi-n |o vit.il. mitsiik- puinl-*. Tlnwe not vvlahiiifr; Lo  leav.; R vel.-loki- ou Ihe llJlh may j,mi on lhe llth nnd lln-n arrivi; nt  Vaiicotivei- In time lo view (he. Gnind ' Pamde-u.OOO Orangemen  uxpeeled In line.  All 13. (J. lodges west of Iteve],,|.uke will  be in al tendanep as well as  Infltfi'S from the Hliifes of Orp-jon and W-i-hlnutuii and pns.-dbly ('alifui1.  X   ni.i.' The Duke of Cuunuti^'ht^ Oivn  lMilitary D.ind i.i i'i!^,-if,'al for the  day ns well ns others from oulside point.-*.  A first, chiRH pKisiMiiune i.f i-purt-t iiieliulin<* J'^icrussr, Biisu Ball, etc.,  is In-ill-? nri-niij-ed at JJi-oekton Point, Htank-y Park. *  The Hon. N. (.llaiko Wallat-e, yovereign Grand Mnsler, E F. Ohu-k,  ,M. P., and Wm. Jolim-ton, of Pally Ivilhi-y, Ireland, iiru among the  pioinhicnl speakers of thi1 day.  (Joint! all and enjoy yourselves.   For further inl'onnation see large  paslerji.  Parties iuLeniliiiK lo  lake adviinta^,. ,,f the exclusion rale should  leave tle-ii- names ,-it TlIK .M.\ll. or/lee or   with lhe .-ecn-lary of lhe L. 0.  . \j��������� *i������ lliiitiiiiesliinale of (he nuiubei- who will av.-iil theinselves of this  (ipporliinily Iii vi^it ,(!i'-'c() i.-l ean he (iriived at.     '  T.hos. Stead, VV.M. \'/. G. Birnoy, See. L. 0. L.fNo. 1658!


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