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 / * /'  /_.-"  -' "��������������� jT_,j-  <*  ."  VI t\t/1f&/A4  ���������*?-.'  //>/-  -ISSUED   Tn*vV-IO*E-^^-*V7*_H3_B"K~*V^*H3X"'l^'E A.3_>T3D   S^TTT^'D^TTS-  Vol.  I.     No;  83,  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1897.  $2.00 a Year in Advance".  gggggggggaggggg  icf. i  ABSTRACT   OF   RECORDS  Shopping  by Letter  THE llrst thing wise peoplo think of vv  when ordorintr goods by mail is tlie >!x  capacity for business of those they write  to. The reputation we enjoy for promptness makes our Mall Order trade forgo  ahead at a gratifying rate.  Our Specialties -i���������������������������  Groceries Dry Goods  Liquors Boots and Shoes  Cigars Men's Furnishings  Crockery Tailoring  Dressmaking  Requests for price lists and samples  receive prompt attention.  Hudson's Bay Stores, ,  *", ....Calgary....  gSS~?3g~2ag~5gS~J3S������~=-S^^  Revelstoke  Mining'   Division  Week  for   the  July 17.���������Silver Hell, Keystone Mt, II A Morris; constitution, Downie Crock, 11 It Atkins;  Ironclad, Don nie Creek, A W Mcintosh; Possum, Keystone Mt, jV. W Mcintosh; Frances,  Downie Creek, It A Morris; Jubilee, Keystone  Mt, J Suoenov.  July 19.���������Alabama, Isaac Creek, D McGtiirc;  Calumet, Isaac.Creek, P Knoch; Hecla, Isaac  Creek, A Swan ton; Rainier, Isaac Creek, C G  Lawson; Monument, .Ionian Creek, L Ilvtitt;  Herald, Jordan Creek, L Hvatt; Sandon, Isaac  Creek, W D Thompson; MrGintv, Isaac Creek,  .1 MeGinty; Monte Chrlsto, Isaac Creek, J I'  Sutherland; Olio Bull, Isaac Creek,W DThompson; Brown Bear, Isaac Creek, J MeGinty.  T. L. HAIG  Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING-       --.-   ���������-".  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE  0HAS. R. CARLYON,  "   BARRISTER-AT-LAW,  SOLICITOR," .  AND NOTARY PUBLlC.'  Olllce:   Room's 1 and 2, Pool Block, Revel-  stoke. B.C.  A  RTHURrG. M.  spragge;  &c  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Offloe upstairs in Smith's block. Pacific Ave.  Revelstoke Station. B.  C.  O.   D.   S W E E Ts  Practical Accountant.-'  Books posted, accounts rendered, etc., etc., on  short notice. Charges moderate. Give uie  a call.  Office at Griffiths ' Co.'s Drvo Stoke.  l'Jlytf ___.   GAMBLE'S- O'REILLY,  ClVl_ ENGINEERS,  PROVINCIAL. JliAND  SORVKYORS.      -  Accountants and General Agents,  Nelson.and Rowland,.West Kootenay,  BritiKli Columbia.  F. C. Gamble, J- r��������� M. Inst. C. E., M. Can. Sop,  C. E., P- Ij. S. for B. C, (late Resident Engineer Department of Public Works in  Canada in B. C.,) Nelson, B. C.  Francis J. O'Reilly, At--.oc. M. Inst.C. E., P.L.S.  for B. C, Bosslanel, B. C. 3]lytf  -*COYAI_rORANGE-LODGE-=--No.-i6s8.  Ttegulir meetings are bold In the  Oddlcllows" Hall on the socoid and  fourth "Vedtio-idays o" each month at  7:30 p m. Visiting brethren cordially  lnvited.  E. Adair, W.M.       T. J. Graham, R. S.  ROBERT SAMSON,      .  "Dealer in Wood.       ' '  Dravlng and Deliiery Work a specialty at  lowest prices. -  Teams always ready at a moment's notico.  Agent for the Stand ird OU Company. '  J:   R. -HULL   &   CO.,  Successors to Hull Bros. * Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  I   Beef, Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOP8  and  REVELSTOKE.  All orders in our line promptly filled.  R. H.* RAMSEY,  House Painter--^^  and Decorator  SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY  MAIN STREET, REVELSTOKE  THE   POLITICAL  OUTLOOK  Doors  Windows  Mouldings  Casings  Newel Posts  Balusters  Stair Rail  Brackets, &c.  (������������������-"* ***  Bourne Bros.  General  Merchants  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Nakusp,  New Denver and Burton City."  Dealers in -. ���������   ��������� '<.',*���������"  Heavy and Shelf  Hardware,  Steel, Dynamite, Caps, Fuse.  Silver Knives  and Forks.  and other Silverware of the  latest designs arid best ejtiul-  "ity"at~EaHtc'rn-priccs-���������New-  Stock just in.    '  Guy Barber, Front st.  Get  Your  Drugs  Cheaper'     ������  Every  family  O. H. ALLEN  The Pioneer Brewer  of Kootenay   THE REVELSTOKE BREWERY.  T.  ABRIEL,  NAKUBP. II. C.  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  For Information on mineral claims on  Cariboo Crock, write ul onco nnd sot particulars. 28inrtf  hits its - drug  storo needs through the; year. In  cise of sickness these needs tire:  increased and the cost .of remedies becomes an important item  of expense.  We can   save  you money on  drugs���������save you more than you  - are apt to expect.  We liny tho best of everything  for cash, sell for cash, and sell  for just what things are worth.  Try us and see if prices are not  satisfactory.  Ma!l orders are promptly  attended to.  The McDowell-Atkins-  Watson Co., Ltd.  Wholesale and Retail Druggists,  . Mc-IARTY BLOCK.  Geo. T. Mallory, Mgr., Revelstoke Branch.  Time    goes    on.    Month,   follows  month.     The   opposition    provincial  press keeps up an intermittent attack.  The   members   of    the    house,   who  usually vote against the government,  and who appear to imagine that they  are the leaders of   the  opposition  in  the .country have  met.    But nothing  litis been done, or is being done, nor is  there any appearanceof anything going  to be done to organize a party in  the  province, bent not merely on displacing   the  Turner  government,   which  might only mean   to   turn   out   corruption of the Victoria stamp to put  in disnonesty of the Vancouver brand,  but primarily and  especially  on   inaugurating  an   honest  and   capable  rcgii_-$ in  British Columbia politics.  This is a task, which will require considerable preliminary preparation and  discussion before the vague inert mass  of opposition to ther Victoria family  compact can  be worked up  into an  organized and  efficient party   of  reform.   Anybody would think  Hia.bJ"o  long as the Turner cabinet is defeated  at tlie next election^ every thing will be  well.   There is no particular guarantee, as far as the Herald can see that  matters will  be   one   whit   improved  under successors chosen  in  the haphazard manner, in which the people  of .this    province "have    apparently,  made up 'its mind to be resigned to  choose them.'' There is not, for that  matter, any'siicli a dead certainty, as  some people.see'm to.imagine that the  Turner administration will  be-defeated at all.   They have everything at  their  command,   which   the   fact   of  their being in  office Implies, patronage   to   cVspense,   public   money   for  judicious expenditure,  a  strong personal influence to bring to bear on the  constituencies.     " The    redistribution  bill is apparently to be left entirely  to  themselves to   frame.     The   country  has not even a suggestion to offer in  the matter.   There is little doubt that  they will frame it so as to hurt themselves as little its possible.     Redistribution can .itself   be  used   to   atljtch  .wavering constituencies to, their side.  After the exhibition of - cynieal���������levity  and impudence with which the Cassiar  steal was pushed along in the teeth of  thej_indignation of the whole province,  no person in his senses can doubt that  the government is  quite -capable   of  using its present majority in the house  to force through a redistribution  bill,  which will ignore every 'consideration  except their  own   return   to  power.  The powers   behind   them   have  too  much at stake to permit of any slackness, any feeble leanings to  honesty  and justice in the  matter.   No  such  nonsense  will   be  tolerated  for  one  moment.  At this present juncture, taking into consideration-the disorganized state  of. the opposition, its lack of leaders,  iind its apparent inability to take  workable sh-tpe and form, the Herald confesses that the chances seem  to it to be very much in favor of the  Turner cabinet. They have every  practical advantage in their favor.  They are not all the men to forego the  use ot them on sentimental grounds,  nor would their taskmasters allow  them to do so, even if inclined. And  indeed if the popular opposition mere,  ly takes the form of voting against  the Tinner candidate, with the elfect  that another government equally  without definite platform, aim or  responsibility succeeds the present  one, the Herald does not anticipate  any very strikingly benefici.il results  to this province, even if the Turner  government is turned out. British  Columbia politics are at present a  chaos, without form aud void of object and meaning. Nothing in the  shape of real progress and reform can  take place until this condition of  affairs is remedied.- There is not likely to occur for some time a better  opportunity for inaugurating a new  era that exists just" at present. Nobody seems to care to take hold of it,  and at the present outlook it is slipping away.  Gregor, Esquires, and an Hon. Secretary-Treasurer, Major General Kin-  chant, to whom all communications  are to be addressed. 'Whether these  gentlemen constitute the League itself as well as the committee thereof  docs not appear. At all events it is  the committee and not the League,  who come forward in the circular with  a scries of resolutions by which it appears that they intend to appoint correspondents in each electoral district  or riding, whoso services will be  rendered gratuitously, the membership fee, $1.00, going to expenses of  postage, stationery, etc% The work  of the LeagueMs to be conducted without regard to party politics. The correspondents are to base their work on  the Acts of 1876 and 1801 and the lists  of voters in use at the last election in  1804, and they are to keep separate  lists regarding voters under the headings Resident, Transfers, Left the  Province, Dead. The information is.  to be as complete as possible and as  the committee justly observe "the  work will demand constant attention."  The grave and simple pomposity  with which tho above propositions are  put forward would extract a smile out  of a coffin. Does anybody with any  practical experience in Canadian  politics really suppose'that correspondents are going"to be found to compile  voters' lists purely for-philanthropic  considerations, without pay and without even the stimulus of party politics,  and mainly, as far as 'anyone can extract any lucid idea out of the. circular  at all, for the information of half-a-  dozen busy bodies in Vancouver? The  Herald's advice to the committee of  the Electoral League is to make a  final call on the membeis to pay their  printers' bill for the* circulars and retire once more into that private position, which their obvious ignoiance of  the British Columbian point in political matters so eminently qualifies  them to occupy." They mean well, but  they do not comprehend the situation.  FROM THE FAMOUS LARDEAU  MINING     MATTERS      IN      AND  AROUND   FERGUSON.  PIPES  TOBACCOS  BOOKS  STATIONERY  JAPANESE FANCY GOODS  A.report of the second-annual meeting of the Imperial'Bank which has  been laid on the Hehald table, contains' some notewe-trtliy - remarks ^by  Mr.D.R.'Wilkie, the general manager.  It is noticeable, and though a -solitary  instance is*doubtIess typical of numerous others, that owing to the appearance of " the hideous spectre of repudiation in the shape of 16 to l"bi-metal-  lism," the bank found itsedf compelled  to liquidate a very large portion" of iis  investments in the United States.  Speaking of this province Mr. Wilkie  said:" "British Columbia has during  the year attracted the attention of the  mining world, and although the Bank  has not directly interested itself in the  success of the adventurers, using that  word in its most respectful sense, be-,  yoncl the_opening of a, branch at the  NOTE AND COMMENT  gateway^of'Wesb^Kootenay", we^hUveV  shared indirect benefits from their  enterprise. The development of mines  demands the employment of a large  population, who again require supplies  in the shape of food and clothing,  machinery and uppliances, 'the production of which gives employment to  the agriculturist, the artisan and the  middleman far from and near to the  site of actual operations. The rancher and the farmer on and near the  eastern slopes of the Rocky mountains,  where we are well represented, have  benefitted by the demand for beef and  butter and coarse grains. Manitoba  has found a western market for it's  surplus products. The older Provinces  of the Dominion have been called upon  to supply machinery and other manufactured articles, the production of  which has kept open many industries  which otherwise belanguishing to-day.'  BEST SOFT DRINKS  IN TOWN j^T  Cream  CHAS-J-AMAN'S^nSin:  Revelstoke Station. B. C.  According to a circular received yesterday by the Heuald it is apparent  that t body known as the Electoral  League exists in Vancouver. Its objects are threefold: to ensure every  qualified person being placed in the  register of Provincial Voters; to make  transfers in any change of district or  riding and to encourage every voter  to record his vote at the poll. There  is a committee consisting of Col. F.  G. E. Warren, C. M. CJ., Capt. R. G.  Tallow,   M. Costello   and   D.  C.  Mc-  The efforts of the Toronto reporter  to keep his end up in face of the glamour of titles now surrounding our  prominent Canadians at'e rather amusing. _. A recent report of a Jubilee banquet in London, which appeared in the  Toronto World announces that "Lhe  Right Hon, Lord Glencoe, nee Smith,  and the most noble Lord Mount-  Stephen" were present. "Nee Smith"  is too exquisite for comment.  Operations of the Commonwealth Co.  on the North Fork���������Work on the  Wagner���������Lady Prospectors Gone up  the Duncan���������Gainer Creek. Lively���������  The Bruce and Coin Shewing up  Wonderfully Well Close to Town.  From the Herald Man on the Wing.  Ferguson, July 17.���������J. McEdwards  has got the lumber on the ground for  the construction of his hotel in the  west end of town near Alpha Creek.  Mail matters in this section are becoming intolerable, and the neglect of  the post oflice department is keeping  the whole country back. The least  Insp. Fletcher could do would bo to  take a run up through the Lardeau  and examine the state of affairs for  himself. He seems to think his duties  end after seeing that postmasters in  the accounting ofliccs have everything  correct, and the idea of visiting* the  new districts oT Kootenay in order to  find out their requirements does not  seem to occur to. him. At the same  time representation of our needs by  petition or in the newspapers does not  seem to have the slightest effect.  Hilltnan'& Graham, owners of the  Ellesmerc and I. X. L. .claims on the  North Fork about five miles from  town, are putting a couple of men to  work developing these properties.  The. Horne-Payne have sold their  pack train to Hill to Thompson of Sandon, who'liave eontr'actel to haul the  company's supplies in to their mines,  I and bring out ore from the Broadview  and Silver Cup to the Landing for shipment.  Messrs. Crockett and Jennings, who  own the Jeannette.on the Silver Cup  lead, have four men sinking a shaft on  the claim. The surface indications are  excellent, and no doubt but this will  turn oiit.it valuable proposition.  A; Cummings has sent two men to  do assessment work on the" "Kitty- and  Handy 'Xn&y on Cariboo creek on' tho  Duncan slope. ��������� -  'F. S. Davis and family of Spokane,  are guests at the Hotel Ferguson.  Mr. Davis owns the Coin claim, adjoining the corner of the townsite, on  which he has put some men to work,  and some fine specimens of ore are  coming out of it. The'Bruce owned  by A. Cunningham just above it is also  shewing up remarkably well.  Campbell and Johnson are working  at the Mollie Mack on Gainer creek  with excellent results. They report  mining matters very active on ' the  creek.  jr~M7~Robinsoh-r^tnanagei*���������of���������the  Commonwealth Co., of Brandon, w.is  in Ferguson this' week looking after  the interests of his company, 'who  own the Vera and Glenside groups on  Surprise Creek, six miles up the North  Fork. He was well satisfied with the  shewings. The company also own the  Brookland at tho south end of Trout  Lake. The government trail lias been  completed to the claim. A 100 foot  tunnel hits just been completed on this  claim, anel the company are calling  for landers for a 100 foot shaft. Dur-  ing'the winter the company intend to  concentrate their efforts on the Glenside, and are building cabins there  with that view.  A crying want at Ferguson is a feed  and livery stable. There is no place  to put up a horse nt present, However, it is understood that Mr. Mc-  Edwards intends to run a stable in  connection with the new hotel which  ho is erecting in town.  F. McCarty is in town making arrangements to put up n butcher's  shop.  The saw mill is now running in good  shape and cutting from 8 to 10,000 feet,  creating quite a stir in building tctivi-  ty. o  Roberts & Ross are putting   up(ja  about completed, and will be ready  for business at the end of the week.  Mrs. O'Connor's new hotel is being  pushed through to completion. When  finished this hotel will one of the  handsomest and host furnished houses  in North Koolenay.  " Ir. J. McBurncy is in town and has  given instructions to have his lots  cleat-eel. on which it is his intention to  erect a large lager beer brewery. The  plans are drawn out, and the construction of tlie building will be pushed with all vigor.  The Balmoral Hotel, Cnmniings  Bros., proprietors, is just being put  into good shape. The paper hangers  will be put to work next week, and  a caiload of furnitute is now on the  way. When completed the Balmoral  will be fust-class in every respect. T  There is a gootl opening here for a  flour ttnd feed store.  C. R. Scott is building two residences  on Lome Avenue.  Messrs. Fleming nnd Hamilton, of  Revelstoke, are making arrangements  to put on a daily stage line between  Thomson's Landing and Ferguson.  A. Reid. druggist of Victoria, is here  and making arrangements to build on  his lot, which he purchased on Victoria  avenue on Friday. The building will  be used as a drug storo, and will be  opened as soon as the carpenters  are finished with their work.  A piano, the property . of Mrs.  O'Connor's, litis reached Ferguson  safely. This is the first intrnmeiit to  land in the new milling camp, and that  it wtis a welcome arrival was fully  demonstrated by the numbers' who  tried how the '.'old machine works."    '  Mrs. D. Robinson was a'visitor-to  Ferguson this week. She left again  on Saturday for Revelstoke, accompanied by her husband, who has been  ill-for lhe past few days.  THE ORPHAN BOY CASE  NOTHING TANGIBLE DISCOVERED TO SET ASIDE THE SALE  The   Defendents   Out   on   Bail.���������Case  Adjourned  Till Jo-Morrow.��������� L'egis-".  lation Will Arise Out of the   Case tei',  Prevent a- Repetition of Similar Scan-,   .  dais. . "* ,.-  (Special to the Herald.)  Vancouver, July "21.���������The Orphtin  Boy police case in which J*. W. Haskins, tho manager and H. A. Brown',,  the secretary of the Orphan Boy Com-'  pany mine were accused of manipulating a  deal   to   defraud   the share-  '.  holders, was in progress -two days ago , .  here.   Haskins is liberated from jail *  on   $0000. bail   and  Brown on   $1500!.  The  case   has  been    adjourned    till  Thursday.     So   far   the" prosecntior}   '  have not discovered anything tangible",  to warrant the sale of property* being   -  set aside.   As the lawyer for defence    *  described it, the prosecution is fishing'. ,  partly to find out something on whicli  to rest their case., The. fact "however *���������,  that the shareholders have, been'leffc  f  with worthless'stock on their -hands t *���������  has   caused, widespread-,--indignation--..t  and, should'the prosecution "'collapse,'-'-'  legislation * will   follow, this', test case',' -  inspired by the attorney-gejneral.lb pret* ������������������  vent the repetition of a* similar occur-* f  THE ORPHAN BOY CASE-  SHOT DEAD BY HER OWN HAND  After  Writing   Letters  to  Mother and  a Comrade, a  Prostitute  "-Deliberately Takes Her Own .Life. .  " The sad ending of a wasted life ".i6  a trite saying which was once more  fulfilled-, in' Revelstoke on Monday  morning at S o'clock, when the inmates  in the house of Emma Lee were-surprised by tho souiid of ' a pistol shot  fropi~the direction of Edith Agnew's  loom. Upon breaking the door-open  she was found quite dead, lieing upon  her back, with a 32-calibre revolver  dropped on her breast, and blood  issuing from a bullet wound in her  right temple. Doctors were sent for",  bub their services were of no avail,  A coroner's*, inquest was held at  1 o'clock, which returned a verdict  " that the deceased ��������� Edith Laura  Agnew.   alias    Edith    Walton,   alias  frbiii  The Victoria Colonist says that ib is  sanguine that the coast road, the  Cassiar Central Railway, and the  British Pacific will all be commenced  within a year. "Sanguine" is, hardly  the word.  DIED  Marshall���������At  Illecillewaet  on  the  20th    inst., I' Flora   Logan,  wife  of  Thos. E. Marshall, aged 38 years,  Funeral will take place this evening  from the C. P. R. depot, Revelstoke,  on arrival of the west bound express.  restaurant, which will be run in good  style with everything up to date.  They are caterers of large experience  and will carry on a business, which  will ho a credit to the place.  T. E. Porter of Spokane, manager  for the Wagner Group, was here last  week with ten pack horses taking supplies up to the mine. They are running two shifts of ten men each on the  group with most satisfactory resjltp.  Mr. Porter went out with two Spokane  ladies, Mrs. J.'V. Hankins and Miss  Lottie Leard, who are going out prospecting on the Duncan.        |  Mr,' W.  H.  Holmes*   hold   is  just  " Scotty " came teTher deatir~troni~a-  pistol shot wound in the right temple  caused by her own hand, on July 19th,  the evidence shewing no cause why  she should take her life." Torn letters  anel photographs along with letters  lofl written to her lover, mother and  Eriinia Lee plainly show that the act  was premeditated. The remains were  interred in the Rcvclstoko cemetery  yesterday. -> .  .THE   CLONDYKE   STAMPEDE  A Steamer Wrecked���������Great Britain and  Bimetallism  ���������- Vancouver, July 21.���������The Clondyke  crii'/ehtis spread all over the continent.  The papers of New York. Chicago,  Toronto anel "Montreal are full of interviews from people who have been  there.  A regular stampede is taking place  from Seattle anel Tacoma. The steamer Alki took 100 men fiom Seattle on  Monday. A number are preparing to  leave Victoria for the new El Dorado.  Sixteen street cur employees and  twenty dry goods clerks sent in their  resignations in one day in Seattle, and  are preparing to leave for the digging's.  Toronto, July i'i.���������The steamship  Baltimore City has been wi-ecked oil  Port au Choix.  London, July 21.���������Negotiations are  going on between the American bimetallic commission and Great Britain  which renders it extremely, probable  that Great Britain will participate in  the Washington conference.  Haskins and Brown Charged'witfi Con- i  spiracy to Defraud the Shareholders.' '���������".'  - The ' preliminary 'hearing "fei [the  Orphan .Boy case took- place; oh .Jloti- "���������  day. -The-charge read was on  the in-i -  (formation of A. E. Garvey:'  -     "Ji". .  Her Lover,      "That John W.- Haskins,. President- ���������.  of the Orphan Boy  Gold -Mining",Co.,",',  Ltd., Lty., and H.* A.-Brown,". Secret"  tary   of   the  said Company,*, in, the/',  month of March'last-pastTat;_,y'������tncou-J''"  ver  in   the  said" c-o"tinty,'<unla.wfplly,"''_'3  fraudulently' and..deceitfully|'did'>cbri-.   ~  spire and agree together;'.to* defraud.   '___  A. E. Garvey, and other^shareholders    :  in the said   Company   by' colltisively'-'-  obtaining judgment; and " by- divers- * -  other subtile means arid ' devices'- to   >-  destroy the value of the'shares of the-  said Company."      .   '-,- ,-'..-,,/ ",-,,"    ���������  H. A. Brown volunteered to* state!  what he,knew about the .case.-���������--Being  sworn   he   identified-vthe^ books  and' ���������  pointed out the'entries on which -Has'-7  kin's claim was based.   He'was served"  with the writ by D.,G". MactloneU./in  the Litter's office at  Vancouver.'   Itt  was issued for the purpose of/seciu'rip?'  Haskin's~l;laiitL     Haskins *, iilso:^pro-   .*"'  posed to reorganize the- company and  start  again.     Witness   broughtyt"ie"  books down to Vancouver   to 'ratify! '  Haskins' account. ' Haskins said that *  if the company would not pay, the-'.expenses of tho trip, he would.   - When  he was served with the writ,' witness  wrote to vice-president, H.N,.Coursier  and F. McCarty, director.. D. Q. Mac-"'  donell told him there was. nothing in '  the bylaws  obliging  hiui  to  call   a  general meeting of the shareholders.".  Macdonell wanted several items",put'- -  in Haskins' account which ^vitnessdid .  not put in.   He  understood  that, ati '  endorsement of S130 on the writ wills'*-  Macdoncll's fee in the suit of Haskins'   ���������  against the company.   After the sale  G. 11. Cowan paid witness tho $270.50'"'.  endorsed on the writ.   Haskins''stock'"  was transferred after the sale to Tem- ,  pleton.   Macdonell naked' the* witness"  to go in shares with Templeton onithe-.  property. ���������.._.,._...  The case was adjourned till* Thurs-'.  day to give the bench.opportunity .to',  decide   as   to   the . admissibility - -of  evidence regarding a petition of Mrs.'  Haskins to wind up the company. ''  - Bail was fixed at $1,000 'personal re-',  cognizance for Brown,  and'$500 for _  Mr. Tisdall his surety,     Haskins' bail!  was fixed at SS,000 personal 'arid tW  suret'ies'in $1,000 each.' Eat'e on Mon-* "  day night Haskins had not arranged "  his bail, -' '"'���������'.  * The Court decided to admit the evi- ",  dence about Mrs, Haskins' iJetitionbc-' -  fore adjdurning.' ���������_.���������'*���������  This is What has Kept Muloch Busy  Ottawa, July 10.���������Dr. R.M.Cotilter,  of Aurora, Ont., has been appointed  Deputy Postmaster-General of the  Dominion, in place of Colonel White,  resigned. Dr. Coulter had no other  qualification for the position than that  ho is a constituent or the Hon. Mr.*  Mulock.  Revelstoke Markets.  Retail���������Oats, $28 per ton; buttcr,tiil>,>-  dairy 21c, creamery.25c.; potatoes$"28  per ton; new potatoes 3 cents"  per lb.; hay, timothy and clover ,  $25 per ton: wild hay, $15; beef, by tho  carcase, Sc.; pork, by the carcase, 13c.;'  mutton, 15c.; eggs, fresh, 17c, to 20c.'  I per do/..  -t  ���������M  IBB  ���������__~_r; Eevelstoke  Herald  JOHNSON to PETTIFI"ECB  Proprietors and Publishers  A Semi-Weekly Joornal, published In the  nteresw ot Rereistoke ond tho anrroundlni.  district, Wednesdays and Saturdays, makiii,  closest connections with all trains.  AdvertislnB RsteB :   Display .ads, *''-" Pei  columnlnch.S* 00 perrocb when Inserted on tit..  Sge.   Ijegal ads-I2o V'T (nonpareil) line ft,  first Insertion; 6c tor each additional insertion  -Readinit notices, 15o per line each issue. Birth,  "_arrlage and Heath notices, free.  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Correspondence containing personal  matter must bo signed with tho proper name  f he writer.  _j. Correspondence with reference to any  thing that has appeared In another paper  must first be offered for publication to tbat  paper before It can appear fn The Herald.  C. B. HUME  & COMPANY  Agente:  RAM LAL'S TEA  Wholesale M F, R P, H A NTS     Retail  Agents:  Victoria Powder Oo.  Bound for the Hills  Prospectors and miners should not leave for the hills without ha"1 ing a look at*this stock. We  carry full lines of first class Provisions, Men's Clothing, Goodyear's Kip Boots, Prospectors Shoes (a  special line), H. B. Blankets, Mining and Prospecting Picks, long handled spring pointed Shovels, Striking  Hammers, Jessopp's Steels, Blacksmiths' Anvils and Bellows, Giant Powder -������0, 60 and 75 per cant, Fuses  and Detonators.  WEDNESDAY,      JULY   21,  07.  The Building Boom  We have made arrangements to meet the demands which the rapid increase of orders in the building  trade has caused this season. Our lines of Builders' Hardware are very "complete. Nails, "*. ire and cut, all  sizes and kinds; Locks and Knobs, Hinges, Window Fasteners; Building Paper of various kinds, Tar Paper;  Linseed Oil, Boildcd and Haw; Varnishes, Turpentine, Shellac, White Lead, Dry Paints, (a largo assortment,)  Mixed Paints, Brushes, White Wash Brushes.  WOMEN IN POLITICS.  Goldwin Smith iu the Toronto  "Weekly Sun:     The    women   of  Jamestown, iu Kansas, having the  municipal franchise, banded themselves    together   ..and    captured  the municipal government,  electing a female mayor and city council.   The result of this triumph of  feminism was, it seems.an increase  in the number of low saloons, with  their moral accompaniments, and  a general carnival of misrule.  The  situation was hardly improved by  a violent raid of women  on  the  6aloon~, which, whatever its effect  might be  on  the saloon, keepers  was not likely to restore respect  for law.   Law, though ifc presents  itself to us   a~  moral  authority,  rests at bottom on the force of the  community; and tho  force of the  community is male. So tbe .women  will find it if  they try to take the  government into their   own hands  and iE the men are  weak - enough  to allow them.   Not for   the   first  time in  history  the   passion for  manishness has  taken 'possession  of a  certain  number  of  womer.  They are  forcing" themselves riot  only into politics and political office,    but    into    the   legal   profession    and    other    professions  and      callings      hitherto   male.  The       most        eccentric     ��������� of  them are forcing themselves into  the  police,   the  militia, "and the  ring  of  spectators   at tho  prize  fight.   Whether the landmark of  sex can be removed is a, question  Next month we will have a talk with you about general  Dry Goods  Something else you all want to hear about, which is  Carpets  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke^ Trout Lake City and Ferguson  THE REGATTA  WINNIPEG   CREW    WINS  HALF LENGTH  BY A  WINNIPEGS BEATEN  THE NEW COLLEGE FOUR THE  . WINNING TEAM  to be settled between Nature and"  the New Woman. What is cor-  tain is that the New.Women cannot run two sexes'at once. If she  is to be the rival and competitor  of the man, she will have to give  up her claim to'his protection and  forbearance. She will have to  renounce privileges if she demands  equity. The New Women, after  all, are a mere handful, but they  are imperiling the position and  privileges of the whole sex.  Utrecht's Steering Ludicrous  and That  of   Winnipeg   Not   Much Better���������  v- ���������Forty-one Strokes to   the Minute  Makes   the   Winnipegs   Victorious  Henley on the Thames, July 14.���������  The first heat for the Stewards enp was  rowed today by the Winnipegs against  Utrecht. The' Winnipegs got away  swiftly, taking a prompt lead and  striking the water at the rate of 11  strokes to the minute. The Utrechts  rowed at 40 to the minute. When  nearly at the top of Temple.Island the  Dutchmen collided with the piles. This  accident completely disconcerted the  whole crew and from that point to the  finish their steering was yery bad and  sometimes ludicrous. The Winnipegs  did not make a much better showing,  as their steering was very unreliable.  At half way post their boat was in the  Utrechts water and when the Dutchmen spurted the Canadians were within an ace cf being fouled. The Winnipegs then returned to their water,  but the Dutchmen with their characteristic obstinacy followed them, leaving their own water. Opposite the  Grand stand when both crews were in  neutral water, the Dutchmen still followed the Winnipegs. ��������� For an instant  both crews virtually came to a standstill, but they started again, the Winnipegs leading and winning what was  certainlynnexciting-race���������in_iOne_re=-  spect, by half a length. The time was  seven minutes and forty-seven seconds.  The boat of the Winnioegs seemed to  travel oacllv, while the Utrecht's craft  acted much better. Tomorrow the  Winnipegs row against Trinity. -  LjVTEST report  Henley, July 15.���������In the fourth  heat for Stewards challenge cup Winnipeg wee beaten by New College Oxford. The finals will be rowed tomorrow,   ���������    A  JAPANESE   EDITOR   ON   THE  GREATNESS OF ENGLAND  STRANGLED TO DEATH  An  One of the greatest strikes of  modern times is now going on in  the Eastern States, and ..from all  appearances it will continue for  some time. It is almost sure to  effect directly over 3,500,000 of  people and more or less the whole  continent. It is claimed by some  thatthestrikeisowingtotheefforts  of mine and mill owners to restrict  the production until it shall have  been overtaken by the consumption, and that after the strike has  gone on for a few weeks it will be  quietly settled. Others claim that  it was a political stroke on the  part of Ohio Democrats to !cripple  industry and defeat Mark Hauna,  who ii running for Senator in  Ohio. The fact that the authorities have turned "out a sufficient  nuumber of marshals to keep the  peace, shows they are afraid of  bloodshed. Not only this, but it  is estimated that over $50,000,000  will not coyer the loss suitained  by the coal companies, railways in  regard to freight, loss to the  public consumers, operators put  out and men's wages withdrawn.  Beaten'by a Length, Though They Tried  Their Best to Win Out���������The Winnipegs Accept Defeat With Very  Becoming Grace  Henley on Thames, July 10.���������The  New College is now the favourite for  the Stewards challenge cup. Although  the ladies on the grandstand and lawn  wore Winnipeg colours.and sentiment  was all for the New College.  In the heat rowed yesterday the  Winnipegs wei e an eighth of a length  ahead at the end of Temple Island,  rowing -10 strokes a minute as against  37 for the New College. They then  drew out and got a lead of a length.  The half mile stake was reached in '.1  minutes and 31 seconds. When be-  vond Fawley Court boathouse the  New College four were even with the  Winnipegs.  At the three-quarter stake, reached  in -I minutes and 12 seconds, the Winnipegs were half a length behind, and  from that point, although they spurted grandly and decreased the lead of  the NewjCollege to three or four feet,  they could never catch the Oxonians,  who finished winners by a length in  the record time of 7 minutes and 35  seconds. This is four seconds better  than the previous records.  The Winnipegs after the race were  greeted on every side* in a most cordial  ia������]iion,_all_th_e_"^gl___hc_r^_s_,oi__ge3ing  to their quarters complimenting them  upon their plucky behavour, and  prais'.ng them for the sportsmanlike  way in which they accepted their  defeat. The. Winnipegs are enthusiastic over the treatment they received  since they proved the stuff they 3re  made of.  Indian Woman on Stoney Plains  Murdered���������Police on the Alert���������No  Clue to the Murderer  Edmonton, July 10.���������This morning  Antonio Paquette , found an Indian  woman on Stony Plain with marks of  foul play on her body. She had been  strangled.' The police here are. inves-  tiptatingr*  ��������� ) ���������������������������  IMPERIr\L BANK  '���������OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital   . -   SI,963,600  Reserve     -   -   -   -     1,156,800  Directors  H. S. Howland,  President  T.R.iMerritt.Vice Pres., (St.Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jaifray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner,  D. li. Wilkie. General Manager.  Branches  North West and British Columbia  -Downs  Wholesaletdealeis in  ���������*'-  Agents  i\Ses, Wines, Spirits arid Cigars.  for K. W. Karri Co.'s Pianos, and the Goold Bicycles Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  Ontario  V.itcouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  It is t?aid that the preferential clause  of tbe Canadian tariff is to be abandoned.  Judge Jo.=oph Berlhelot, one of the  oldest and best known judges in the  Province of Quebec, is dead at Montreal.  The latest 'reports state that Mgr.  Merry del Val's report will be  against the settlement made by the  iSurier Government.  ���������������������������,������������������"    t  The Yord/.u Cholo is a well known  journal published in Tokio. which, like  several other Japanese papers, devotes  a portion of its columns to discussions  in English. The editor in this pnrt of  the paper has lately written an article  entitled "England's Greatness," which  is as follows:" "Thy greatness, O England, is not thy own making. Thou  hast not stored for thyself coals in  Lancashire and iron in Yorkshire. Thy  commodious harborsofLiverpool, Bristol, Southampton, toe, werenot digged  by thee. The warm wind that comes  from the west, and the fruitful rains  which it brings, are brought to the  shores by a power which is not thine  own. Thou wast placed in the centre  of tho land hemisphere, and the whole  world turns towards then. Thou art  the world's mart, and thy wealth is  the world's. Then thy laws, literature,  and religion ��������� they too are not thy  thinking. What' were thy rlohbes,  Austin, anel Blackstone, hael there not  been Cassar and Justinian for thee?  What were thy Milton and Shakespeare, had there not been vEschlvus,  Horace, and Virgil, who unwittingly  wrought for thee? What were thy  Wyckliff, Knox and Wesley, had not  there heen Isaiah, Daniel, and Paul,  who preached for thee ? Rome,  Greece, Judc.i, Phoencia, nil contributed their parts to make thee great.  Thou art tho proudest of ages of  human labour, from Abrahnm anel  Homer downwards. The world demands from thco a service ! which is  thy due. Thy fleet ought to be cm-  ployed not merely to protect thy  interests, but to right the world's  wrong. Thy pluck and skill ought to  be freely given to help the helpless,  to rescue the perishing. Japan, too,  comes to thee, not to beg help of thee,  but to claim trom thee fellowship of  brothers, which is thy honour to give  and ours to receive. In all our strifes  of onward progress, great is our need  of the arts, thy laws, thy institutions,  thy literature as well. Be thouqiieenly  ���������gracious, meek and true���������anel thou  wilt surely win a sister empire in the  Pacific. Attest thy greatness by lar  ger service to man."  KENNEDY  ELECTED  By a Large Majority���������He Gets Unanimous Support from Both Sides.  -Vihuun, July 10.���������The election yesterday resulted in the return of Kennedy. Government candidate, by a  large majority. This was expected by  Liberals, as they relied upon almost  unanimous support from Conservatives  which proved to he well founded.  DEATH OF A MEMBER   OF  ART PRESERVATIVE  THE  Ottawa, July 13.���������Profound regret  is cxpresseel in this city tit the intelli-  ge>nce from Lakefield, Ontirio, of the  death of Col. Brown Chamberlain, for  many years Queen's Printer of Canada. Previously he was one of the  proprietors of the Montreal Gazette, a  member of the Commons for the county of Missiseiuoi, and in 1870  received the C. M. G. for services in  expelling the Fcninn invaders at Kc-  cle's II'll on the borders of the State  of Vermont. Deceased was p. man of  loving disposition. lie was president  of St. George's Society of Ottawa for  several years.  DRILL YE TARRIERS  DRILL  Men in Full Force on the Crow's Nest  ���������Work Being Pushed Ahead With  Great Rapidity.  Leti 1111111x1 J-:, July 10.���������Work begun  on theUrow'sNest Pass road yesterday.  Htrevel's gang and teams are strung  out for nearly a mile grueling the  first  five rnilfs out from  Lethbridge.   The  Foley  Bros.'   outfit  aru   cxpeclcd   in  from the States in a few   eliiy.t, nnd  McArthur's  outfit  left   for  Macleod  yesterday.   .^ -.  A very interesting time is reporLed  at Lethbridge; a canvas town wns put  up on the north side of the track, as  the first gangs of workmeil arrived for  the Crows JNest Pass. Thcr.; is now  over 300 men and some hundred teams  of horses with their various accoutrements ready to go to work.  Essex          Niagara-Falls   St. Thomas  Fergus        Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait            Rat Portage      Welland  Ingersoll    Saulfc St. Marie Woodstock  =   rSti=Cath"arinesi -���������=������������������ ������������������  Agents  in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St., London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St. Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  A- R. B. HEARN.  Mannpcr- Rovelstoko Bran  ch.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  Methodist church ��������� itovcistoke.  PreochiDg services at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. ClafB mooting at the closo of ths  morning service, tabbath School and Bible  Class at 2:30-: p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public aro cordially invited.'  Seats tree.  ItEV. J. A. WOOD. Po������tor.  fBURCH OF ENGLAND ��������� Rovelstoko  X-> Services: Daily, ovonlng prayer 5, p.m.  except on Fridays when It is at 7 p. m.  with eddrefs. Sundays'. Holy Communion  8 a.m., morning prayer 11. evoning prayer 7:30"  First Sunday in month Holy Communion at  morning services.  FRANK A. FORD Vicar.  'PRESBYTERIAN CH~THCH-Ro7clstoko.  ������ Service every Sunday at 11 o-m. and 7:30  p.m. Blb'o CI 183 at 2:30 p.m., to which  itll are welcome. Prayer" meeting at 8 p.m,  every Wednesday.  "~"      REVrPr D .-"MUIRrPBBtor.���������  ROMAN  stoke,  at 10:30 a.m  Tr|E MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1855  Paid up Capital     -     $2,000,000  Rest Fuqd   .     .    -    1,400,000  Head Office���������Montreal  ,.   BOARD OP DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. II. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Arch bald  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  11. Marklancl Molson  F. Wolforstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  II. Lock wood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  termstheaccounts of individuals,firms,  hankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits al  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought and sold at, lowest ratets,  BRANCHES :  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Ridgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Ont  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont,  Toronto, Ont.  Toron to.I ti n c'n, On t  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock,Out  Winnipeg, Man  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Mcaford, Ont.  Montreal. P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg.nnt.  Norwich, Out.  CALGARY BRANCH  Geo. C   McGregor WLecr  W-NIVIl'KW HKANt;-"  T. 8. Phopoe, Manaerer  CATHOLIC   CHURCH-Revelstoke.    Mass   fourth   Sunday in month  'REV. FjVTHER PEYTAVIN.  C. 6. fflaelean  nerchant's Hotel  IUecillewaet, B. C.  Frst-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.  "Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar. * .      ���������  Best  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  The  largest hotel   in ��������� town.        Centrally . located.  "OhbiW-^Winesp^Liquors���������and���������Cigars =������������������- -   - - -- ������������������  Best    accommodation. Sates - $1.    per -day  St., Leon   Hot   Springs,   on  Upper   Arrow Lake,  run in connexion.  ARCHITECT.  and DESIGNER  Kstlmatcs furnlshod. Plans nnel specl-  Ilcationa made. Am also prepared to do  shop and job work, oil tho shortest  notico. Satisfaction fcuarantocd in  ovory case.   O all or writo for terms.  Main Street      ���������      Revelstoke  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  InJOood Stylo at Lowest Prices.  RRVKLSTOKE  Douglas Street  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and. Retail  Druggist Calgary  Brown & Clarke, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  wh.n at..       i the [(qoTENftY JJouse  WlUlU vlll   U~  "���������  3       . assures you every comfort, exquisite  "   ~ *J 1,iItlnci nn_3 nr.mm_i_ll_iii-i rnnma     ______  The gateway to the great  East kootenay  gold fields   ��������� assures you every comfort, exquisite  tables and commodious rooms   ���������  Headquarters for commercial and  mining men,   Free sample rooms.  Fort Btoolo Btago loaves Kootenay  Houso   cvory -Tuesday.  Strictly First Class        S.ADLER, Propr.  From Brantford,  the Home of- Good Manufacturei's.  Mail Orders-Promptly Attended To.  fK-tf  When You Reach Sandon  Buy Your Supplies-  HAY, timothy end prairie; OATS,  CHOP. BRAN, SHORTS. KLOUR,  rOTATOE-e. EGGS. HUTTEB.  FISH. HAMS, BACON, Ktc���������  FROM \llVi BROTHERS  Reco Street SANDON  Albert Scone  Fropp.  iS.l"~'ted, Ealargod, Improved every woy  Vj Best ~1 tO ft day house-li town.  ;"|Cnoica Wines, Liquors and Cif  ; jTho prospector*) homo.     No 1  Front st.   REVELSTOKE  ire.  ins.  THE ONLY C.MJIDLM BICYCLE  That received an award at the World's Columbian  Exposition for points of general excellence was the  Brantford Red Bird, the strongest, Bpeediest and  most beautiful bicycle sold in the Dominion today.  The -wisdom of this award is verified by the fact  that four out.of five of the Class B championships for  '95, and four but of five of the professional championships for '00 were won on a Red Bird. Notwithstanding what the riders of other wheels may do,  tho fact remains that when anything worth winning  is won, tbe trick is generally done on the fast and  beautiful Red Bird.  -  Branches: Toronto, Montreal, St. John, Winnipeg  and Sydney, Australia.  T.HE SOOLD BICYCLE CO., Ltd,, Bpantford  These Famous, Wlieels are sold by the Cotoan-Holten-Bouma Co.  Its All in the Kootenay Guide 'fl  PROSPECT OF ANOTHER WAR  THE SITUATION BECOMING EXTREMELY GRAVE.  Public Opinion in England, However, Is  Opposed to Going to War for the  Sake of Rehabilitating Greece���������The  Situation as Viewed in Europe  London, July 14.���������Tho Evening  Standard regatds the situation in  South Eastern Europe as extremely  grave and says there is no doubt that  unless appearances are most deceptive hostilities between Turkey and  Greece will shortly be renewed. The  paper says: "Perhaps we may bo at  the beginning of a general European  war."  Referring to the broad question of  the attempt hy Europe to coerce Turkey, the Evening Standard says: "So  far as England is concerned, public  opinion does not favor going to war  for the sake of Greece. Perhaps the  best way out would be to make a compromise with Turkey, for"the exacting  deadlock is slowly but surely ruining  Greece. .We have before us a terrible  . prospect of a European war, and it is  not worth running such a risk for the  sake of rehabilitating 'Greece." -  THE SULTAN MAKES A STATEMENT  Constantinople. July 15.���������Important ministerial councils were heid on  Sunday  and  Monday    at which  an  indemnity  of   ������0.000,000 was   agreed  ' upon as the extreme limit of the Turk-  |, isn concession.    This agreement was  settled by the Imperial Board of Trade.  The council further prepared a report  stigmatizing a concert of Europe as a  " league  of  cross   against  crescent.*'  'The   Sultan,   after    considering  the  ' report,   answered   by   the   following  statement:     " I   am   convinced that  the elfort and energy of the  Powers  are directed freely towards the maintenance of peace and the prevention  ������������������.of  fresh   complications.     Under the  circumstances it is plain  the duty of  Turkey, whose sentiments are likewise  pacific, to put an end to the present  abnormal situation.     Consequently, I  command the Ministers, if possible, to  , lind tho necessary means for concluding negotiations and begin the prelim-  . inaries for peace by Thursday."  ae  .9-3  IGNORING THE POWERS  In Spite of Sharp Reply,  the Suttan is  Determined  Constantinople,  July " 13. ��������� The  ! Turkish ministry at a special session  ' of the   Cabinet  yesterday,  discussed  the replies of the powers to the circu-  . lar.notc of thb Porte.    Notwithstanding the unfavourable characterof the  response, a large majority of the ministers reiterated the former advice to  the Sultan to insist upon the Peneois  frontier.   It is believed the Porte in  maintaining   this   attitude   is  acting  -���������upon the conviction the powers will  be unable to agree among themselves  - on any measure of coercion. *   '   -  1    Saudi Bey's appointment was tantamount to sending him into exile, and  i was made, it is said,  because  he  was  snsoected    of   affiliations", with     the  . Yoiing Turkish party.     -    .   -  , the reply  The following is the text of the collective note of the. powers to Turkey :  " The great powers have adopted the  ^project of frontier ratification as it has  ".been   worked'out   by ��������� the   -military  attaches  and   communicated    to the  Sublime Porte,   and   in consequence,  have agreed to   assure -the Ottoman  government that tbey have arrived at  the firm determination to putan end to  obstruction, the only eirect of which the  is the prevention of the conclusion of  i peace eminently in- the  interests   of  Europe."  A DOUGnTT TURK  ' SaadiBey, formerly chief accountant to the ministry of commerce, who  I_was recently, appointed mutessarifl: of  |* Urfi, refused "to go to Urfa"~"uritil  arrears in his salary havo been paid.  lie has forfeited his house in Constantinople nnd is surrounded with  armed men, to ���������whom he has given  orders to resist any attempt to abduct  him.'  . ������a>   WHY-CAN'T   THEY    AGREE  SPAIN   AND   JAPAN   THREATEN  THE  UNITED STATES *  Keep Your  Eye  on  The Great  Lardeau Townsite  is the richest mining district in British Columbia  is right in the heart of  Lardeau's richest mines  Promising Ferguson Claims  Cascade Group Pool  Group  Galena'Prince Gr!p  Silver Chief Group  Great Home Group Big Five Group  Wagner Group  American Group  Black Eaglo Group  Pilot Knob Group  Highland Group  Abbott Group.  Glengarry Group-  Blackburn Group  Holy Moses Group  Ped Plume Group  Each group contains from 3 to 18 claims  TROUT  PLAN  i or pa*i ror   lake: mining div.-;  ���������IW.cht  tjj.jij/e ������aclc  CytAr tvj:sTT-__r_g At  Ferguson Working Mines  Broadview     * *       Badshot  Old Sonoma  ! Great Northern  I Hillside  Sunshine  Black Prince  Silver Queen.  True  Fissure  Towser     ���������*{,'  ������ ,  Silver Cup  All within a radius of 1 to 6 miles  Ferguson is the Terminus  of   the   projected   Lardeau "Railway���������to' be" built  this'   summer.  At thepresent ground floor price the best real estate investment .on  o the market is FERGUSON lots. *  CE.SHAW  GENERAL AGENT  REVELSTOKE  A Corner Lot at $160  An Inside Lot at $110  can    be     secured".-  for $40'down���������*'  *..-*--'-i-'������-_.��������� -.  can    be *" Secured  for $27-60 down-'*  BISLEY SHOOT  War to Be Declared if ,the United  States Interferes With Cuba and  Hawaii���������Hostilities Along the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts.  Crack Shots From the Dominion Are Entered���������Today's Shoot.  London, July 14. ��������� The shooting  competition at Bisley began this morning. The weather was beautiful with  slight wind across the range. ���������    ���������  In the 500 yards Wilmont , shoot,  open to all coiners, the Canadian riflemen did some excellent shooting.  Ross and Blair, Drysdnle, scored 34;  Broadhiirst.JJJL: Kerr aud Simpson, 32,  all out of a possible 357 "  In the Pixley shoot of 400 yards,  open, Bltiir, Langstroth and Windat  scored 32, out of a possible 35. The  prizes'are valued at $50 each.  TAXING  BICYCLES  DOUBLE MURDER  Revenue to be   Expended   to   Improve  the Roads.  ChiCjUJO, July 11.���������Every bicycle in  Chicago will have lo pay yearly a tax  ot $1, if Mayor Harrison signs the ordinance which the council passed on  Monday. Vehicles of every description aro taxed from $2 to $12 per an-  t nvnnv Tnlv in ���������Disnitches from nmn under the provisions of the same  P^^ta'N^tArSSytSS1 says": ordinance. It is estimated there are  / On inquiry at the United States  embassy there vras elicited confirmation of the rumour that the Governments of Spain and Japan have  arranged offensive alliance against the  United States.   Terms of the under  standing, which is for mutual protection of Cuba and Jlawai, provide that  in the event ot active aggression  on the part of the United States tending toward interference in Cuban  affairs, or persistence in the  annexation of the Hawaiian Islands,  both Spain and -Japan will  declare war against the United States,  and shall make hostile demonstrations  along both the Atlantic and Pacific  coast lines of that country."  '300,000 bicycles in this city, and suffl  ciont vehicles to make the revenue derived from the ordinance $1,000,000 per  annum. Every dollar of this will be  expended upon repaiting, keeping in  good condition, and improving the  streets. It is expected Mayor Harrison will sign it.  ROUTE TO YUKON  'THE  LIPS  THAT  TOUCH  UOR, ETC."  LIQ-  1NCREASE IN THE WEST  President Van Home Explains C. P. R.  Prosperity.  Toronto, July 14.���������Tho Montreal  correspondent of the World says the  Canadian Pacific magnates are ieeling  ",well pleased with the prospects now.  Sir Wm. Van Home was asked if ho  bad any particular theory as to the  cause of the great increa-jc in the company's business, and replied that it  came from the large increase of busi-  H) ness in the North West and British  Columbia, and the increase embraced  both passenger and freight receipts.  The president scouted the idea that  ' the building of the Crow's Nobt Pass  had anything to do with the increase;  for in the llrst pUiie work hud not yet  begun, and in thu second, nothing had  been moved over the road in connection with the now road.  . .. .'. ������ ��������� ������ ������������������    '."'������������������..:���������  The old fad of wearing] diamond  curings havo come into fashion again  owing to the Victoria jubilee.  Sir Wilfred Laurier Interviewed by the  B." C.   Agent-General.  London, July 14.���������A large deputation, headed by the former agent-  general. Beaton, of British Columbia,  waited today, upon Sir Wilfred Laurier  Dominion Premier, and urged upon  him the expediency of opening up a  route to the Yukon district. Sir Wilfred Laurier said the Government was  alive to the importance of assisting in  every way the mining interests of  British Columbia, and promised to propose an appropriation for exploration  purposes.  MYSTERIOUS BIRDS  Four Carrier Pigeons Labelled "North  Pole Expedition" Settle on a  Steamer in Mid-ocean.  Manchesteii, Eng, July 13.���������The  steamer Ilagnhild nnived here on the  12th, bringing four carrier pigeons  labelled. "North Polo Expedition."  Two of the birds are numbered 0" and  100. No messages aro attached to the  birds. The captain reports that they  alighted on the steamer when she was  in tho North Sea, and wore apparently  exhausted. :  A Most Sensational Shooting Affray at  Vancouver���������A Jealous Man  Vancouver, July 14. ��������� A double  tragedy of a most sensational nature  has just taken place on one of the  principal streets in this city, in which  \V. 3. Inimell shot and killed his  sweetheart, Kitty Askew, at the corner of Ponder and Richards streets,  and then shot himself. Both had resided in Vancouver a short time,  thoughTmmell-went-down-to-Seattle  a short time ago and worked there for  some months. The couple had been  eugaged for some time, but had frequent rows, Ininiell being jealous of  ner, and if reports are true his suspicions of the girl were not entirely unfounded. The girl, who worked as a  waitress in the Boulder restaurant.got  home about 9 o'clock, and found Im-  niell awaiting her arrival. Just as she  entered the house she discovered she  had lost a dollar bill and commenced  to search for it. Ininiell asked her  what she was looking for, and she, annoyed at the loss of tho money, answered sharply, ','It was no business of  h'S what she was looking for." She  then went down stairs to look on the  street for the bill. Mrs. Casher, with  whom she boarded, followed with a  lamp. Inimell stayed behind a moment, and then hurried out of the  house, pushing past Mrs. Casher.  What "ust immediately preceeded the  tragedy is not known, though some  people stftte they heard the couple  quarrelling. They had ouly reached  the corner, a block from the house,  when people were startled by a loud  pistol shot, followed by a woman's  screams. Two more shots followed in  rapid succession, and persons who had  hurried to the spot saw a woman stagger a few steps and then,-drop,-and a  man lying stretched out' on the .sidewalk. Inimell hud taken gooel aim  and death was instantaneous, The woman being shot through the breast  and the man through the head.  Mrs. Casher, with whom Kitty  lived, stated that Kitty had told her  Immell always carried a revolver, and  she had warned her to be careful or he  would shoot her, as he was very hasty  and madly jealous. Kitty Askew was  about 18 years of age and was a tall,  blonde woman, and had it not heen  for smallpox marks on her face, would  be pretty. She has lived here for 10  years, her stepfather being Hugh Cameron. Immell was abont 28 years of  age and a blacksmith by trade. He  was a steady, industrious fellow, his  quick temper and jealous nature being  about his only faults. An inquest will  be held tomorrow.  F.  The, Tilsonberg Liberal "says that  Miss Jessie Carruthers, of North Wal-  sington, was to have been married to  Moiley Thomas. Everything had  been ai ranged, the parson and the  guests were thtre, when Miss Carruthers told them that there would be  no wedding. It seems that the young  man in question bad promised his betrothed that he would never touch  liquor, but in the morning he went to  Langton_and_r-eturned about 11 olclock.  the worse of liquor. "Miss Carruthers  told him that as he had broken hiS  pledge she could place no further confidence in him, aud told him he could  burn the license, whicli ho did. After  this, the preacher, the - heroic -young  lady, and the guests who had come  from Bayhnm, Delhi and other places,  sat down with Mr. House and family  to a sumptuous repast. " Lips that  touch liquor shall not touch mine."���������  Selah.  .  m , m  The Dominion Government has notified the collector of customs ut Vancouver that no duty is to be charged  on Salmon brought in from the United  States.    _ - ���������  Emperor William, of Germany, was  struck in tho eye by a rope, while  walking on the deck of his yacht oil  Norway on Monday. - No international  complications are  expected to follow.  McCarty  Wholesa    and Retail"  Butcher  Dealer In:  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horses.  ReveIstoke^Station^**^--������_B._C.  MITCHELL   &   C>  INSURANCE   AND  '    COMMISSION   AGENTS,  MINING   BROKERS.  -,  Calgary, Alberta  McNAMARA&GO.,  Assayers, Miqiqg. a~d  Milling Engineers  Office and Metallurgical Works at  523, First Street, a few doors  west of Hotel Spokane,  SPOKHflB ���������* ��������������� WASHINGTON  PRICE LIST FOR ASSAYING:  W. G. BIRNEY  Painter  Signs and Paper Hanging  A Specialty.  A "dress euro of Union Hotol  Revelstoke /  L. JL FRETZ  Contractor and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bunk.  Fop Your  J-Iouse Cleaning  _ Send for samples of our Wall  -     Paper. Prices from 10c, 12Jc,  15c  up to 50c'a roll.   Mail  orders carefully attended to  Linton BpotlieP8v  Calgary, Alberta  Sliver, assay....  Gold and silver,  assay   Qold, sllvor and  lead,assay   Gold, silver and  copper, assay..  Gold and silver  ���������' bullion, assay..  ."Inc. assay,   Sulphur, assay...  Murcury, assay..  Melting andrclln-  ing bars.  DO  1 SO  2 50  300  200  300  300  600  200  Llrao, analysis.  Silica, anal; i'  Coal partial, an.  $300  sis.    2 00  Tin. assay   Nickel, assay S10  to   Cobalt, assay (10  to...:   Antimony, ass'y  Arscnlo, assay..  Aluminum,ass'y  Platinum, assay  Melttng.refinlng  and assaying.  600  600  15 00  15 00  10 00  600  500  600  300  ( dhddiati  V Pacific J������  SOO PACIFIC LINE  ��������� --_?^vvA~t-i-i j -,* -, tT ..  Cheapest, quickest and,best route  Toronto. New York, Philadelphia,"  __. Montreal, Boston Halifax���������all.-;  ___^__E_aster_ and European Polnti -,-.:..  Bisley shoot is going on.  Cardinal Taschereau is reported to  be dying. .,  Nearly nil the coal miners in Illinois  have joined the strike.  It is said that fears of a general uprising in India are groundless.  Peterson, Tate & Company have  purchased the Beaver line of steamers,  Premier Laurier has accepted President Faure's invitation to visit France,  Workmanship Guaranteed  ���������ii     Terms Cash  Any one Requiring  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  W. Fleming  Than you can afford to  steal it and take the  chances of being caught  DR. ALLEN'S  Hoof Remedy  For   use  in   cases   where  disease  cats  off the horn  of the hoof  Also a Neyer Failing Remedy  For fungus growth of flesh  in any shape whatever, or  old   standing   sores   that  other remedies have Faded  to cure.  Try It and. Save Your Horse  Here is a never failing remedy.  For sale by  W. A. ALLEN  Vet rinary Surgeon.     Calgary  Ustca given on application for working tests  of ores on samples of ono to fifty pounds.  Wo havo tho most couiploto equipment In  tho North West for testing ores and determining tho kind of machinery necessary for tho  "I.   reduction of Iho en mo.  Postal rate on oro ono cont por ounce,  at least three) ounces for assay.  Inspections and reports   m        on mining  Send  M'r. i\ K, McNamara of this firm is the  Inventor of "Tho McNamara" Two Stamp  Mill, which has a guaranteed capacity of from  flvo to seven tons per day; 86 to IM per cent of  tho sold is saved In the battery. Can add as  many battcrlon as desired. Estimates and  prices on application. Remember that we  inako a specialty of Real Kstato and Mines.  Tourist Cars  leave Revelstoke"  daily -for  St. Paul:  for Toronto  every Monday; and for Montreal  and Boston every Thursday., <- ~  Train leaves Revelstoke'for all--'  points south daily except'Sunday;  arriving daily except Monday.'   -  Empress  of  India, Empress of  Japan and Empress of China sailing  every, four weeks for China and"  Japan. ..   .  Warimoo, Miowera and Aorangi '  sailing every four weeks for Hono-"  lulu, Suava and all Australian and  New Zealand ports. .     ',->"  For full particulars apply toi neazeet  C.P.R. Agent or to .  T. W. BRADSHAW,      .  Agent, Revelstoke.  H.  W. MjICGREGOR.   ' *������  Travelling Foseenger Agent, Molson.  E.J.COYLK, Dis. Passenger Agent. Vanoeraver  r  v  c;  .\'^_ -"'y'���������'���������   ���������"'   .    '  u:iDi?ayingS������  IlEE & ATKlNSOfl  .Builders and Dealers In  Carriages.   Buggies,   Buckboards  Democrats,   Road   Wagons,  Heavy Cartage Wagons,  Etc., Etc.  Second hand Buggies, etc. always  on hand  Write us for prices and particulars.  We can build you a rig to order  they can't be beat.  eelalty  Prices CrHiOHI"Y,  AU.BEjt~.TH.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  -   BlacksmithiniS' Jobbine  Plumbing.  Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithing  , Sheet  ron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty    i~  ROBT. GORDON  -Revelstoke Stn.  W  A* NETTLE  Carpenter and Contractor  Plans and Estimates Prepared  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  If You .Have a  .Mine to Sell  or wish a company formed, or  want to buy a mine or shares,  in any mine, want to inyest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  make a borrow, write at onceto  -JJUAHS   L    FORD   &  CO,  Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks  Spokane Falls and .Northern  .Nelson and Ft. Sfteppard  Red .Mountain Rys.  Tho only all rail rontfl without change of  cars between Spokane, Nortiport, Roaeland  and Nelson; also between Rossland and  Nelson. ...    ^  DAILY     EXCEPT     SUNDAY.  "SAVE. NORTH ORT AKBIYS. ;  For Spokane���������   '                   From Spokane���������  12:35 pro I**) a.m.  For KcHsIand���������                       From Hoejalaiid���������~  l__50n.m .-..lfcttajn.  For Nelson��������� From Kelson���������  "*"~p.m ���������' ....IS"-" tun,- ������������������  Close connections at Nelson with ateamem  for Kaslo and all Kootenay lake point*. "  Passengers for Kettle River aad BomtOanr   *  Creek connect at Marcus with stage dally..  ffeveisioKe Hospital  Maternity Boom in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs. McKechaie  and Jeffi-, Attendant,  C.|WI. WOODWORTH  M. A.. IX,. B.  901 Riverside Ave.  Spokane, Wash 'Siocas Crr*  Notary. OoAveyanoer, Btct  Mines and Real Estates,  E-SRiaa COtOtr WA ..IUJ.J l iu  Book Co. Hi  power  steam unci compressor pi pen  escape of steam in working shafts  lie appreciated.     Work  inenced at unco on the Hume and polo  while another force of men., will  to tho  bursting  and the  can  lie coin-  line,  will open a complete line  Stationery, Drugs and  Sundries (in their new  building next to Smith's  Bakery)  iii:il;iiis wtis running the Globe I lurgost mines ol the country���������-thereby  rcMaiu-iuil, in Victoria wlu-n he was | briugiii" the powut to the mi no in-  at-ro^i'd :U neie.i. lu-,1 Sntui-day. ���������    ! sU..ul  ���������f   c.m.ying   the    ore  A lamp in too e.lose  proximity  to  a I nowcr, and tlio avoiding of  lace ciirtiiin  caused a llitru up* and a  scare   in the ;Union   hotel   the   other  night.  F. Ij. .Lemon returned from the Liirdeau yesterelay with about 75 views  taken for the ilHitAi.o Souvenir Guidu  Book.  .'Bullock Wisbster. chief of the New  Westminster peilit-e. arrived in town  this morning and registered at Uie  Victoria.  Alessrs. Bourne Bros, are putting a  handsome new front tin the nardware  iiniit'x to their general store. Mr, S.  Saunders is in charge of the hardware  clcp.ll'tllH'llt.  XV. II. "Viekers returned to town  ftom  Ferguson on  Alonday.    He has  Tenders Wanted  tho secretary of  Power Cu��������� Ltd.,  .lulj'S'tli, (or  'Tenderswill be received l-.v  the Ilevelstoko Water, Ijliehl  put on tins excavation ft>r the power  hopes   t o   bu  re  I).  house*.     The*   company  tidy at an early date, and using every  olTort possible to seciue the best  inatoritil thill can be puri-litised.  THE GREAT WESTERN  until V2 o'clock noon Woeliiesiltiy, ��������� ������������������-,, -���������     .. .  the delivery of ,10u anil the Kettliis.of.- ������!" ���������c"_l~~  pole').    Stieclilcfttlons I'tni he seen ut t  punvY, office, the hiiiiio .reserving the  ���������v':. Ke'vblw  'Ituvolslolt  eloltc Water, I-lghl A rower Co.. 1.1; .  c, ll.C, July Si. IM)'- i-lJl> -"t.  Dcvol-  Noticc  Notice Is herchv given llml ������0 eluys from dale |  1 will iipplv lo the tiolil I'oniiiils.slotier, Hovel-  stok.-, toriilleensi: to sell lli|tior Iiy retttil ut my  hotel ut V. A. Turnreus' l-iitieh, TrinUl.nke Plti-  trli-t, West lvooteiiiiy.  W. ll.VI'Y.  Trout Lake, July 1st, 1807.: ' 17jlyw.lt  aaiav.*S*r������-rjrr0t riKi!3ifoJtr~'  WW^W&MW-  tf_)i������  *I@"K���������  m?mmtm^  r������a������  :1S?U  **s*  Hotel License.  Nnilno l*, herubv irlven thill thirty   ������������������-,,,.  ditJS 1 ImeiuHo .i,.,.ly for ������ license to sell li.i'ior  ....On 15m July  resigned the appointment"of provincial constable and will devote his  attention in future to the liusineiss of  the Ferguson townsite company.  The HisraIjI) is in receipt, of a copy  of the Prospector's map of the Golden  and   Donald   mining    divisions   from  Mr. F. U. Lanif, nf Golden.   The map   * "ill  A Valuable Property now being  oped on the Arm.  Last   week a IIeiiai.d   representative visited the Great Western  em the Arm  i'.'v retail tit my liolel! sltuuto  l'crgiisiui, 11. C  July 0,18117.  dnvs after  ..... _ ...sell lienior  on lot Iii, hloek !t,  ,I.'T. RUl.l-lVAN.  JylOUw  of Arrow  Lake,  Mine  u-t-otn  panicd by Messrs. W. B. l'ot.l  and A.  IS. Kincaide; two of the dirccto-ato of  A FEW ROOMS TO LET  Suitable fur offices and bedrooms  ., Ld.  Canada Drug & Book Co  Revelstoke���������Nelson���������Regina  LOCAL AMD  GENERAL   HEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General Items  Round  and  About Revelstoke.  Mr. H. Carry, C. E.twas in town on  Monday. ~  J. V. Perks has accepted a  at the Victoria.  Mr. D. H. Macpherson  of   the   Hal-] ���������"(" ���������'ont  cyon Hot Springs was in ~~ "���������* M--"*-1 ���������������  rock,  day. .  Chas. J. Anian will open up a news-   "  stand in the public office of the Hotel  Revelstoke.   0. B. Maclean, who is to  fit it up has sent to Vancouver for the  fixtures.  J. E.  Griffiths,   chief   engineer   for  The m  is neatly and carefully got up and w  no doubt be of great use to prospectors  in the'district.  "Monday's Culonistsays : A member  of the Orphan Boy Company was seen  this morning by "a Colonist reporter.  He expressed himself pleased that  decisive action had heen taken by the  other side, as there would now be  something tangible; for the defence to  work .upon.  Kemains, supposed to be those of a  missing brother   of   Jas. Wright, the  well   known  O. P, R.  conductor, who  resides at Kamloops, have been found  in the Shasta Hills, Oal.     The indications   are that  ho  was   murdered by  Indians.     A sister of the mining man,  Mrs. Mitford, resides in Calgary.  .   All   the  first   issue   of   the    Great  Western  Mines, Ltd., treasury stock  I litis been absorbed, and  no more will  be placed on  the market at the old  1 figures. In all probability the HeKjVLD  will have to record a deal   in  its next  issue, which will send up the   value of  stock in the company with a jump.  ���������^���������ijrweek ago yesterday 11.0.'Wright,  who with his partner litis the contract  situation   f,n. putting in the flume for the French  Creek Co. was badly injured by a   f.ill-  uj.   ....v-   ������������ which knocked  him  against  townon Moii-1ll  rcick,    breaking   his  shoulder   and  I otherwise   injuring the   back  of   his  Dr. McKechnie lofffor French  Creek to   attend   to   his   injuries   on  Monday and is'iiot,expected  back  till  Friday night.  of  be Hearing a settle  the company. Three men are now  employed working steadily on No. 2  tunnel, which is in about 00 feet. Thu  tunnel is run on the lead, which is a  state and lime contact, and both ship-  concentrating  Hotel License.  Nol ice is hereby t-iyen Ilm- t^1,}">a/���������'"1i"lS  elate lieicot i intoml to aiil'ly l"*''"*~ '������>?{'<$lJ2  JI gisti-ato f.-r llio RevelBtoko IH\ *i pi of VV est  Koo'tiii'.y for pe. tiiisslnti to sell liuuois D>  retail at my hotel at ^-fr^icEriWAlll-S.  Ferguson, .Tune 20.1BU7.   J~" lins w  Hotel License.  tolhoMiprodia-y^'-^  pmg and concentrating ore is  being  taken   out.     At   about 125 feet   the  management intend to crosscut to:outlying ledges, which run parallel to the  lead.   Besides the Great Western  the  company own tho Cracker Jack above  and the Young Can tick below it.   The  surface   indications on   both   are excellent    and    development ��������� on    the  Cracker Jack has exposed tt large body  of   coneenti'iitir.g   and   shipping   ore.  The Young Canuck   lead   is   exposed  right at the water's edge.   It is  intention of the management to  on a night and day shift shortly.  .*.-  ���������  which  .,������_������,.. _,__,- ntcn" sixty |  da  to tne Mipeiiuiu'j   -..ji.,..,._...��������� ���������-  stoke Division ot Well Kootenay, for a licon������c  to sell iiquor by retail at my hotel at Ferguson, 13. C.  Agent for the Blickensclerrer  Typewriter  Successor to GILKER & WELLS,  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots,  Shoes Gents' Furnishings, Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,-  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B. C.  .(Signed)   II. A. Hover.  Ferguson. B.C., June HSUi. 1B37-         Transfer of License.  Notice is hereby given Hint 30 days after date  wo shall Sinly to the Stipendiary Magistrate  atnavil stoke Cor a transfer from Sanderson &  Lay to ill of the?retail liquor license now subsisting tor the Halcyun llot Springs Hotel at  Halcyon Hot Spring?, Arrowhead Lako, West  K22������dJt Halcyon Sp- ingsJriy 3rd, 1897.  li. G. J "l! 15.11 ���������  D. 11- Macpiiekso**".  jy3:ltw  the  put  The  Notice.  position of these properties, on  the leads run straight np and down  the mountain, at the edge of the lake,  renders them easily accessible and  workable. The company is going lo  work in a businesslike way with  every prospect of developing a -valuable property.  TVJOTICE is hereby Riven thnt 00 days nf I or'  x^ dato I. J. A D- Caw. intend to apoly to tho  Chief Commissioner if Lands and Works for  permission to purchase the following described  land, to wit: Situated on tho east si'io of the  town of Arrowhead about half a.mile, and  beginning at tho eastern line ot thoC. P. It.  lands, at a post marked thus.���������J.'A'���������.-.��������� fi'ss.'-.w.  corner, thenco-10 chains along, the lake shore  in an easterly direction, thenco 40 chafnsnorth.  thence 10 chains wofit, thenco 10 chains south  totlio point of communccmont, including ono  hundred and sixty acres, moro or.less.  J. A.DoCEW,  Rovelstoko, Juno 7th, 1E07. ,i!)',v9t  DEALERS IN HAY, OATS, BRAN,  SHORTS. FLOUR. GENERAL GROCERIES.  BUTTER, EGGS  =SOFT DRINKS BY BARREL OR B9TTLE  The question of   the registration  titles appears  to  be  Hearing  t, ���������   ,,-..- ... ..ii.        ._���������        ment.     Mr.   Woot.ton,  the   registrar,  Ih?,������-������������? iV������i)������TlS\9 be fcrai.stfeli   has  notified Mr. T. L. Haig   lliat the  e?,V������,������eVelstoke\hA18,leon ������PPo,.,,t0cl   deeds   to   his  property   in   the lower  by the government Gold Commissioner  tow|,   wm   no^   ,,'e  vJK*lstevod,     The  11EKAL.D understands Unit Mr. A.M.G.  Mon-  for Eas*t Kootenay  Capt. John Grant came in  on  day.     He  went  down   next  day   to  Kiinilnops  to  buy   pack   and   saddle  horses.   Work on tne  Waverley will  commence immediately.  Tlie itevelstoke baseball team, the  Gold Hills, are going to Kamloops tomorrow. They will play Friday and  Saturday, find return on Sunday. The  Kamloops club have guaranteed their  expenses.  Messrs. Brett to Macpherson   have  turned the Halcyon Hot Springs concern   into  a  joint    stock    company  Work is actively  progressing  on  buildings.    There  were over 90  pie at the springs last week  The band will xender a programme  of popular selections ou Front Street  next Friday evening, weather per-  tr.itting. P. Webbs, chef d'oeuvre,  Ocean to Ocean, will form .one of the  numbers of the programme.  Tgive  the  pco-  Spragge has a plan, by which for the  sum of $150 placed in his hands, the  whole business will be summarily concluded.  . The tenderloin district was restless  and disturbed on Monday night. -Fainting fits weie .fashionable, there was nn  alarm of'fire.",1, the 'thunderstorm'Scared  several of the community into disa'  grepttble meditation about their latter  end and one gentlemen who was seeing snakes ran races with himself in  the airy costume of a shirt until per-  su.'idedof the error of his ways by the  police.  A'desp'itch   from   Montreal   says*  The  reported decision   regarding  "   ' ���������*������������������--"?sbons of  Revel  The Revelstoke band will give a  dance on the open air,: platform on  Wednesday evening next, 28th inst.  The proceeds will go towards a fund  for procuring new instruments, which  are badly needed.  Mr, Logan, one of the carpenters  who Wiu brought from Brockville to  work on the*'Hotel Revelstoke, has  decided to make Revelstoke his future  home. He will invest in town real  estate and buikl a few houses to  let.  Jlr. John Ross, of Toronto, the well-  known 'railway contractor, is in town.  Mr, Rc-s is not certain whether any  work will be done on the Jumbo claim  thi- <-(>.-ison. but thinks it likely. He  consiilctrs the north fork of the Ille-  cillewtiet as rich a mineral section as  any in the coutitry;  w* s.^ ��������� .. the  removal of the tail wav shops of the O.  V. R. at Donald, to Golden and  Revelstoke. and from Canmore  to  Calgary,  premature.   Mr. Shanghnesy   said  the rimtter.had beein  under coiisidev-  itinn   for   some   time,   but    nothing  definite had been   decided  upon.    Mr.  WlTytt',-"tlie'"niaiitigei'^of��������� the���������western  division.may hive made a few changes  of an  unimportant    " *  -'   '"  yet no steps have  move the shops.  With   regard   to   an   article in the  current   number   of   the   Knotenaian  abusing   the Gold   Commissioner  not acceding to  tation asking him to request  eminent to assist them  '     '  road    from    H.tll     "  Duncan   river   and  character, but as  been  taken to re-  A Christian Endeavor meeting is  going on in Spokane. - The iintr-am-  meled and unconventional spirit of the  west makes itself felt even in religion  according to the Christian Endeavoi-  ers Each citv delegation | has ils  particular "yell." Tacoma's young  people   further   the   great   cause   by  hoWli,,g    Rah IRah! Rah! '  Ta-co-ma  Happy Endcavorers,  Ha! Ha! Ha!    .  The Seattle  crowd rally round the  standard of the cross shouting  Bee-at-tell,  See-at-tell,   _  We yell, wc yell  All's well, all's well  Hee-at-tell.  ��������� Spokane   testifies  its   adherence  the Christian faith by yelling  Who can?    Who can ."'-  ~,Ve can !   We can 1  Spokane, Spokane,  Wash. Wash. Wash.  "owacUvs    American     Christianity  like everyiV d������* h'������ to ^������xrm ,L"  self to the spirit- of the age. It has got-  to be bright, -brainy, lively, breezy,  up-to-date. Anybody can see, who  .y^tW.-. over the-.beautiful, calm and  reverent tone of the above, delegation  "veils " how vast an improvement the  American young person bas ejected  on the antiquated religions ideas of  our forefathers.  Notice.  NOTICE is hereby, (.iven that sixty days nfter  dite, we. the undersigned intond to apply  to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works for permission to purchase tho following described property, situatert nt the mouth  of Boyd Crock (a trihutary eif Fish Croek'i in  the Lardeau Division of Kootenay District.  Starting at a post near where tho trail crosses  Boyd Creek and running; sixty chains north,  thence tixty chains west, thence sixty chains  south, thence sixty rhninn east to point of  I commencement, containing 3G0 acres more or  .GEORGE StnwNEu.  CHARLES BULT.ATID.  Dated "uno 21,1897,   We Offer No Bargains in Drugs  prices or sell " at cost.  -We don't J'cut  sell..  A drugg  .-many things to even up on what he loses on one  ' doing business.  "Wc make a prodt on eyerythiwgwe  Neither could anyone else.  on  This is not our way of  Supply Pure  Drugs an^A^cura^Disperisij^  at any hour, night or day.  to  Notice.  NOTICE i3 hereby givon that, 60 dayH a'ter  date, IinMid to npp'y to.lho Chief Com-  mis-1 oner of Lands and ��������� Works for permission  to tin.chase 160 acres of land, situate-in Koot-  omiy elittrict near confluence of Gainor creek  with South Fork o������ Lardeau river, more particularly "escribed as follows: rommencing  nt a post marked "Initial Post, S.E. corner,  Ai A. C..." on the wbst banU of Gaiuor Creek,  near its annflnehca wirh. tho South Fo:ic of  Lardeau 'River, thenco North 10 chains; thence  West 10 chains; thence South in chains, thonco  East 10 chains to point of coinmenccmont, containing 100 acres, more or less.  jVgent for H. E. C, Carry.  Dated June 13th. 1897. 3j  at reasonable prices, giving you our services  -Abey'S' Drug, Store, Revelstoke. station  Supplies for .Buildcn_a������mers  furnish  Builders  'if. the condition; of ���������  Your Teeth  nceeb-itiitc your calling on a  -���������-���������-.lc-nt'.-t,���������  for  a request of a depu-  pipe for 'mains  The clash of the terror inspiring fire  saw was heard on Monday night above  the howl of the wind nnd roar of the  angtv elements. The cause of the  alnrin was a chimney on fire in the  Chinese dive next door to Guy Barbers juwc-llrv store. The chemical  ttirnc-cl out but a few buckets of water-  proved sufficiently efficacious.  ��������� "The Williams," guaranteed to be  the onlv complete directory of British  Columbia that will he published this  vear. As soon as issued from the press  it will be delivered throughout the  Kooten.iv district. "Take no other anel  r see that vou get the Williams. R. 1.  Williams, publisher, 23 Broad street,  Victoria, B. C.  C. E. Reid, manager for Griffiths &  Co., has got fairlv opened up in their  new store naxt to J. Hutchison s gro-  cerv. He has a well selected stock ot  toilet in tides, perfumes, soaps anel  makes a specialty of the careful���������prcp-  ��������� aration of prescriptions. Mr. Keiel  has just come from Toronto, where  he graduated at the College of Pharmacy. *  The News-Advertiser of Saturday  savs: Mr. C. L. Behnsen yesterday received the papers and documents  found alongside the skeleton of ..Ben pulleys,  Wrede in the Omineca country. Ihey)  consist of several letters from his wife,  a map of British Columbia pnrchaseel  from Clarke & Stutart, a rough sketch  map of that part of the Omincca, n.  note book containing memoranda regarding a claim he had at Quesnelle*  Forks, and some writing paper anel  envelopes with, the Queen's Hotel,  W"estininster, heading. There was  not the briefest note as to his travels  in the" Omineca or  the cause  of   his I * f |ninint,  death which will thus ir. all  probabil-   PuV'e " ...-  it.v never be known. >*���������<���������'"  (,L"!0"  the gov  in building a  Creek   Basin     to  jtiiuii.li   j..._. ........   accusing   h|m  of  partiality and incapacity, Mr. Graham  lias informed the Herald that no  deputi'tl ion has waited on him on the  subject, that he has not expressed any  opinion upon it and that the district  in quest ion is outside of his jurisdiction  nnvhow. lie; thinks the Kootenaiiin  is" Dark ing up the wrong tree and that  Mr. Goepel must be the man  want.  Today's Quotations in the Metal Market.  "sew York, July 21.���������Bar silve-r,OJt.  copper easy, 115; lad strong. 3.".  Do  It Now  I will beyatillotcl ^Victoria.;  :: until noon'OriyFrldayJ next, y  ,y   y . .��������� dk;';R.y-tATiiisbNi  enuisitc in  if tiny-  uid Miners with every re  the Hardware line necessary to thorn.     Our prices are ,  11- a little lower than the lowest that can be obtained else-.  r_,.y ,,__,vc will undertake to please you.  c^^W. M. LAWRENCE.  Revelstoke Staticm, B.C.  Police Court  they  Revelstoke Water, Light and Power Co.  The Rovelstoko Water, Light &  Power Co. L.td., has begun operations  for tho extension of.their.".waterworks  by the ordering of considerable more  (Belorc J. I). Clral.aui, S. M.j  Yesterday Mike^ Conway, who  had  irrt'stt'd the day before* by  Con-  McRtU',   at   Ross    Peak,   wns  with   having   a   watch   and  some  Masonic anel  ^V.  P. A. umblenis  belonging to Chas. Snyde-r, in his  possession.    The articlpa were   "  :���������*   '>"  been  stable  chargetd  MRS. LAPWORTH,  Dressmaker.  v_.ti.-tnB el-rtfied "to nt nny tlK"re hv the-  ������������������I'"r-.M.-n Method C.uerre" for laelici'own  work.  i-KOVD ^tikbi, C. I'. K. TeiWNsmr.  lijlytl  .   MORGAN'S; Shaving Parlor  MORGAN'S Confectionery  MORGAN'S Fresh Fruits  MORGAN'S^ Tobaccos  MORGAN'S Cigars and Pipes  MORGAN'S Bath Rooms  jesanoL^Best in Town  The Centre of the Lardeau Mines  The Pioneer Store  of  Ferguson, B. C.  CUMMINS &C0.,  General rierchants.  Be   SUre and register at tho  when you reach FERGUSON.  The table le provided with tho tost tha market  aflbrtls,  ind material for carry  ing the reservoir 800 foet farther   up  mountain  increasing the.   presure. in  the mains to 100 pounds, which gives  a splendid fire protection to the outer  limits of the town.   An electric plant  will also   be   installed,   operated    by  water power taken from the lllecillewaet   river.-   A   power   house  45x"0  will be constructed about li miles east  of the C. P. R. station, which  will  be  supplied by a flume of 61 square feet  of sectional area, and about  1,500  feet  length giving a he'ad of 40 feet, which  is intended   to   meet the   future   requirements   for  power.    At  present  the company will instal a pair of   tur-  heeis mounted upon a horizon-  fitted with friction   clutch  missed I'V] GROCERIES,  the owner about three weeks ago nnd  discovered in Conway's bunk in the  boarding car. Prisoner pleaded guilty  and was sentenced to one month hard  labor.  HUTCHISON <& CO.  ���������.estor'm'" * the public that they have, just  o^e.--neel up in their new store, opposite tlie  Cjoverr.m.;nt 0!~ce. with a full line of  FLOUR AND FEED.  Lost.  On Bnndav lost, k la<l|e*s gold watch chain.  "Worhl's Fair, 1",'J3, enKrtiveei on the bale attached.   j\ suitable rewarel will be given any  turnini; .-ante to IIEiui.n office. '"  Fr03h Fruit and VGifOtabloa  Always on Hand.  one re  It-  For Sale  A good Hubbard portable bake oven. Baking  apiicity, 10) 2-lb loaves. Cash- price*, ".'v.).  ?-. -ia^,tj.���������in:r_>, armly tJ) .las. Irvine, baker anel  Fo?pM*iCTlars apply tnJt  confectioner, Calgary. Alta.  "jlylm  bine w  tal shaft  Card of Thanks  IT. .1. Seoit wishes to.tharik.lils many fricnels  for their kind attention and -eympathy during  his wli"c*s rceent illnet*., anel al-io to Dt. .Ie-i*-t  lor his veryattentlveantl.tkilftil treatment,    it  Mr.T  ous fricn  sympathy  Card of Thanks  , E. Marshall begs to thank the ntimer-  ^liel.t whe. bave cxlentleel their help anel  hy eltirlrig his recent affliction. It  ASK ANY  G90B DRESSER  In Ruvc-'j-tokc as to lhe nobby tBilors ol  thii part of Kootenay, and th..-y will tell you  that we are* The T-nWiKi. Many are patriotic  a'i'I -.atronl-te home indintriet-. but what rnor-  illieatlon envies when they go vltltini? to  some onfide '."ty and find tb<*Ir clothes V*>  ^avH-Mhindthejilmo'*'. Ko ������ndh f������ar with our  make- of clothe-.   We are strictly up to datc-  Btiiv. fre.rn <15. to pa.   I'anW, ?.". to "Ic  Yfjiirs ior economy,  R. S. WII2S0N,  IIEVEI^TOKK 3T.lTf"N", IS. C.  F:RED: B. WRONG,  Real Estate and  Mining Broker,  FERGUSON, B.C.  The Sandon of the Trout Lake  CorTcepondcnco solicited.  ������'������"7     y,  Dealers in ��������� >  Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods,  Mining Supplies, Etc.  Miners and Prospectors Outfitted.  Post Office in Connection.  Our store Is from ono to six nilioq from llio  gicheat mining prespects on tho continent of  .tnerica.    By purchasing from us it will save  ou many a weary step.  CUMMINGS  BROS.,  Proprietors.  lCju  District.  Batho & Co.,  ST-  ~o2  G. E. SHAW;  NOTARY PdBLlG,  BKAL  ESTATE AGENT.  anel  500  will develop over  hoise power. A portion of this power  will bo used to drive a dynamo of  2,000 incandescent lights capacity of  the most improved type, tho balance  of wheel power will be reserved for  such demands as will be made. Tho  company will also be prepared to furnish power for milling or mining pur-  whitth greatly reduces the ex-  ts  economy, having  triitcel   in   many   of   the  Hotel License  Dctflrablo Residences for Sale or to Lot,  Conveyancing in all its branches.  Firo Insurance.  General  Merchants  niners and Prospectors  Outfitted, &c.  FergusonrB. C���������The centre of  the Lardeau Mines.    ^  When You Reach  Thomson's Landing,  OO TO THB  PROSPECTOR'S :  EXCHANGE  BoBt Meals in tho Lardeau.  Stage and Livery in connection.  T. W. GRAHAME. Proprietor.  THERE'S MONEY IN IT.  A good chance to make  money if  vou have a little nerve.  y Do not stand by anel see other men  get rich.   Try yourself.  I have  today  listed  the following  claims all within easy distance of Fer-  e Is hereby Riven that thirty days after  intend  to   apply   to   the  Stipendiary  ���������ato   for West   Kootenay  elistriet for a  Notice  date   I  Magixtrato   for   ..-_   ,  lintel   Ueense  for rnv hotel, sltttatc'l about."  miles  from   Trout  Lake  City on Trout Lake  wagon roael.  WM   r.Jl,KNN.  Hilly wit  WM.  Ferguson, K.O.. -'"I" ln. KTl-  Hotel License  poses.  Notice Is hereby given that thirty days nttei  elnte I intcnel to'applv to the Stipendiary"  Magistrate for the Kevelstoke division of West  KeioleiiRV'feir permls.tie.ii tei sell Ue|uor.s at my  holel at rcrgusein, B.C  l-'erpii-eein  IS i'.. Inly  JOHN KNOWIjE.-.  IC. 1������~. _iljlyw.lt   .THE REVELSTOKE   CONFECTIONERY STORE   ASI,   ...BAKERY...  Enlarged and Improved  . I have also  put   a show eytoo in 0. B.  Iltimo & Co'o West Knd Storo. whero a  frcsli Kttpply of bread, calec.t, etc., will bo  kept for tho convenience of customers.  Free delivery ovory day,  A. N. SMITH  to  Now  is Your Time  Make a Strike!  Money, time and   troublo saved  by  CHOICE  CREAMERY  BUTfER  Free Delivery.  Rcdnctlon to trade.  Store ont~econd St.  J. M. McCALLUM, Manager.  ~��������������� "    ������     ~__  Made by the White  gjgf- Swan Butter  & Cheese  Mrg(Co.,  25 CENTS  PER  POUND  buying your uoppliea in sight ot tho  mines at Itevelstoke prices.  Youre for business,  I.  M. CITRON,  General Merchant  Landing, B.C  Thomson's  "mrim  j guson :  I    Sunnysidc   I    St: Lawrence.  I    Portland   Great American i in.  Great Divide No. 1..  Tacoma * in   Clipper   Little Kid   Cumberland n in.  Broncho, 8 mile from  Thomson'sLanding  730 00  For bonding terms and further par--'  ticulars, apply to  FRED. B. WRONG,  Real Estate and Mining Broker,  Ferguson, B.C.  8 750 00 cash.  1000 00 "  200 00 "  500 00  400 00 "  600 00 "  , 750 00 "  -2000 00 "  1000 00 "  Revelstoke Station.  W^^W^&W^  *���������$  a   T   LAPWORTH;  aj������ oi BnluwayoSontt Africa*.  SCENIC ARTIST.  Sign Writer <*ndSj^_fJ'pl_inter and Decorator.  Work done for the Trade.  Ad-reim: Second Street, Itevelstoke, B.C.  R. TAPPING,  Agent Kootenay LirsiBEn Co.,  Keeps a good Etock of building material on' j  hand. i_(  Terms, strictly cash in tho yard.  "jyl'n  Itcvelatoko Station.

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