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 if  \ '*  r~ -  Published in Interests of Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake, Illecillewaet Albert Canyon, Jordan Pass and Slocan Districts.  i .>���������. f  r   ���������������-.  -ISSTTE3D   TWIOB-A-WEBK- *V7*E3DIsrESDA."X-S   -A-IfcTID    SA.TTJKj_D_A.~2TS-  Vol. I.    No. 48,  REVELSTOKE, B.C., SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1897.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  Shopping  fey Letter  THE first thing wise people think of  when ordering goods by mail is the  ( capacity for btisitiess of those thoy write  j to. The reputation we enjoy for prompt-  ( ness makes our Mail Order trade forgo  i   ahead at a gratifying rate.  j, Our Specialties ���������!������������������������  j Groceries Dry Goods S  Liquors Boots and Shoes    @  Cigars Men's Furnishings S*  Crockery Tailoring     . 8.  Dressmaking $  Requests for price lists and Bami)le3 )S  rece*ivo prompt attention. xs  Hudson's Bay Stores,  jS, ��������� ....Calgary....    "  t������_32~2  T. L. HAIG  Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  ^^^ .Townsite  MINING  FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE'  0HAS. R. CARLYON,  BARRISTER-AT-LAW,  SOLICITOR,  AND NOTARY PUBLIC.  Office:  Rooms 1 and 2. Pool Block, Revelstoke. B.C.  RTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister; Solicitor, &c.  ,    ,       Notary Public. ..-"'.  Offlco upstairs In Smith's block, Pacific Avo.  Revelstoke Station. B.  C.  GAMBLE &-O'REILLY,  Civil Engineers. Provincial Land  Surveyors.  Accountants and General Agents,  Kelson and Rossland. West Kootenay,  British Columbia.  F. C. Gamdle. J ">.. M. Inst. C. R, M. Can.  Soc. ej. iv., P. L. S. fo- B. i'.. ,'IatH Ro-ident  Engineer Department of Public "Vorks in  Canada in B. C���������t Nelson. B. C.  Francis J O'Reiixt. /*s?oc. "I. Inst. C. B,  P. L.'S. for B. C. Stiissi Building, Columbia Avet.ue Rosil-ind, B.C. jly3if  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  Regular tnpetlngs aro hold in the*  Oddfe!ln'.v.,'_UHlI_on the,seicond_ and  fourth Wednc-days of each month at  ������ ":~1pm.   Visiting brethren cordially  inviieJ.  >E. Adair, W.M.       T. J. Graham, R. S.  ROBERT SAMSON,  Dealer In Wood.  Draying and Delhery Work a. specialty at  lowest prices. "  Teams always ready at a moment's notice-  Agent for the Standard Oil Company.  T.   ABRIEL,  nakusp. n.c.  Real Estate, Mines and Insurance  For Information on mineral claims on  Cariboo Creek, wrllo at onco and get particulars. 28mrtf  J.   R.   HULL   &   CO.,  Successors to Hull Bros. * Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  i   Beef, Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOP8  and   REVEL8T0KE.  All orders In onr line promptly filled.  R. H. RAMSEY,  House Painter-^^"-  and Decorator  SIGN PAINTING A SPECIALTY  MAIN STREET, REVELSTOKE  Grand.  __���������__.  Orange  Celebration  .Splendid Programme  Everybody Take Advantage  of TI1E  Single Fare, Round Trip  From all points in 13. C. to Revelstoke on  CTTTLY   12th.  Brass Band, Speakers, Parade, &c.  Everybody Invited, Everybody Welcome.  B. Adair. VV, 31.   T. J. (Jruliam, Kcc. Sec.  Doors  Windows  Mouldings  Casings  Newel Posts  Balusters  Stair Rail  Brackets, &c.  General  Merchants  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Nakusp,  - New Denver and Burton City. _  Dealers in   Heavy and Shelf  Hardware,  i  Steel, Dynamite, Caps, Fuse.  Builders' and.....  Miners' Supplies..  A Tinsmithing Establishment  jggp-Mail   Orders   in   any   quantity  carefully looked after.  Write for prices.  W.  1*1.   LAWRENCE,  McCarty  Block,   Revelstoke  Station.  0. H. ALLEN  The Pioneer Brewer  of Kootenay . ". . . .  THE REVELSTOKE BREWERY.  If You Have a  MINE TO SELL  or wish ti company fornieil, or  want to buy a mine or shares  in uny mine, want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  make a borrow, write ivt once to  JAS. L. FORD & CO.,  Mine Brokers.   Mining Stocks.  801 Riverside Ave..  Spokane,  Wash.  WATCHES, CLOCKS  Repairing Done        AND   JEWELLERY  A new and complete stock just received.  CUY BARBER, C^R- Inspector.  PIPES  TOBACCOS  BOOKS  STATIONERY  JAPANESE FANCY GOODS  BEST SOFT DRINKS  IN TOWN AT  CHAS.J.AMAN'Sfr���������������ir  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  STOCKHOLM HOUSE iSSStf&T  UctUtcd, F.nlarRcd, Improved Everyway.  ij Host $1. a day housu In town.  /. Choice Wines, Liquors and Cig'.ra.  ������ Tho prospector's home.  Nobu3.Froatstlc>0t-   REVELSTOKE  MAILING DIFFICULTIES  The Lardeau anil Fish creek camps  are wakening to extensive activity.  The country is overrun with prospectors and miners. Investors are examining properties. Surveys tire being  made. ��������� Important business interests  are represented involving the outlay  of considerable capital. There is daily  communication by rail, witter and  stage. And still our mailing facilities  are limited to one mail a week. This  was supposed to be renewed  on the first of July, but so far no contract has been awarded, and the matter is still presumably under the august  consideration of the Postmaster-General. As a matter of fact of course  people, who canuot afford to sleep because officialdom is nodding, in its  comfortable well padded arm chairs,  are getting their mail carried by. private hand, and it generally finds its  way to its destination with all the  celerity, which the- methods of communication into "the country afford.  The only possible hitch occurrs, if by  any chance it, finds its way into tt local  post ollice, where it has to lay over  till the red tape bands of the* department loosen it up. This condition of  affairs is a hindrance to the country  and a disgrace to the government,  whie?h cttine into power with such pro-  fut-e professions of an active policy of  development for the West. Development is not, as is popularly supposed,  the , sole charge of the railway and  immigration departments. The post  offittc* can aid or hinder the progress of  a couuti-y tis much" us any other bureau.. Wherever a private company  finds it profitable to run a train, a  steamboat or a stage in a rapidly  developing mining country, there is a  place in which business progress can  be legitimately assisted by granting  increased mailing facilities in exactly  the.-same' pace" witiV_ the increase of  inea.ns of communication. It is. or  should be, the business of the Postmaster-General and his- subordinates  to keep a sharp lookout and make the  operations of their department as  elastic tis those of- the commercial  worl tl. The lack of an up to date maii'  service is keeping the whole of Kootenay liack today. It is hampering  the business activities at present in  operation and absolutely preventing  the establishment of others. And this  is being clt'jne simply in the interests  of a peddling economy, as shortsighted  in its policy as it is disastrous in its  results. The most important section  in���������the"���������Driininieni���������and���������tlie -greutest  chance wh-'ich Canada has ever had of  attracting the attention of capital and  the intere at of the outside world, is  being deli berately sacrificed in order  that Mr. I 'ostniaster may shew a decrease in 1 lis deficit, and cackle in the  house ovei: his great superiority to his  wicked Tory predecessors.  The lad ies of St. Peter's church,  Revelstoke j, beg to thank those who  by their h >lp or presence on June 23rd  niaile the ,- it home a success. The sum  cleared t owurd the church 'debt  amounted  to $83.  The gun club match between Donald  and Revel stoke on Dominion Day resulted in a win for Donald by one  point. Tibe scores were as follows:  Donald gi in club-Eil. White 11, C.  Baines 14, \V. J. Lappan 4, W. J. Armstrong 8. , J. Edwards 14; total 54.  Revelstoke���������McOrearv 0, J. Woodrow  0. H. A. Bi own 7, G. fiat-bet* 12, II. M.  Blackwood' 10; total 53. Mr. Blackwood won' the gold medal and the  Fleishman prize, J. Edwards the silver  medal, and' W. J. Lappan the Mrs. H.  A. Brown prize. After the shooting  Mrs. H.A.'. Brown presented the prizes,  and the co in pan y wound up the day  bv a chanii lagne dinner at the Union  hotel. I  A : ]. LAPWORTH,  (Late ot   Bnluwayo, South Africa),  -   SCENIC ARTIST.  Sign Writer a nd Glider.  Bouse Painter and Docorator,  Address: 8 jcond Street, Itevelstoke, B.C.  11. TAPPING,  Agent I* Iootenay Lumber Co.,  Keeps a Rood   stock of building material on  hand.  Terms, strictly cash in the yard.  "jylm  R Jjveletoko Station.  HUTCHISON & CO.  beg to remind the public that they have just  opened up in their new store, opposite the  Government O. Ece. with a full line of  GROCERIES,  FLOUR AND FEED  Fresh F jruit and Vegetables  Al ways on Hand.  FERGUSON IS A HUHR.  REAL  ESTATE,   BUILDING  AND  MINING.  The New Sawmill at Work and Turning out Excellent Lumber���������Buildings  Going Up���������A Tunnel" on the Silver  Queen���������The Wagon 'Road���������Other  News from this. Busy Camp���������An Interesting Letter from the Landing.  From Our Own C0rrc3p011de.1t.  Ferguson, J tine 30.���������The saw mill  which was landed at Ferguson about  two weeks ago is now in position and  sawing lumber. There is a big demand  for lumber and it will keep the mill  busy to meet it, however the proprietors intend to put on an extra gang  and rush things through.  Mr. McDonald has sold out his interests in the Balmoral hotel to John  Cuwmiugs. and in future this popular  house will be run under the management';-of Messrs. Ai'iely and John  Cummings. The Balmoral is being  finished as quickly as lumber iind men  can do it, and when completed will be  first-class in every particular.  The necessity For a first-class butcher  shop is badly felt in Ferguson.  Fred. W. Wrong- has built a real  office here, and is now doing business  as a real estate agent and milling  broker.  Mr'.'W. H. Holme's,' of the Hotel  Lardeau, is now putting in the bar  fixtures in his new hotel, and expects  to open up for business in about' a  week s time. The Hotel Lardeau will  be a popular resort under, Billy's  management.  All the.stores in town are doing a  rushing business outfitting prospectors  for the hills adjacent to Ferguson.  Mr. John Hmner of the Vienna  Bakery, is pushing his building tei  completion', and in a few days brick  will be on the ground with wliich to  build his oven".  Mrs. Warren of Spokane, came into  town last week, and left on Monday  to look /jver her mining, property  which is.located on the Duncan,1 over  the divide from Ferguson.". ,   :i  Tenders are being called for the"construction of a 100 foot tunnel on the  Silver Queen, on tho Great Northern  lead. Mr. Perry ' Leake, M. IS., of  Revelstoke, arrived on Monday to layout the work. The Silver Queen is  situated two miles above Ferguson.  The wagon road from Ferguson to  8-Mile creek is being vigorously put  through, about 70 men being employed  on it.  The Ilorne-Ptiyne Co. are packing  in supplies from here to the Silver  Cup, and packing ore down the hill  to the LurJeiiu, from which point it  will be hauled by wagon tei Thomson's  Landing for shipment.  Mr. H. B. Crockett has in view extensive preparations for the enlargement of-the -Hotel-Ferguson  Mr. Batho left on Monday on a business visit to Revelstoke.  Lots on "Victoria Ave. are changing  hands daily at good figures. That Ferguson is all that was claimed for it  goes without saying.  The Horne-Payne Uo. havo constructed a number of cabins on Alpha  creek, and a lot of other buildings are  now under construction for the company.  Mr. J. P. McEdwards is clearing his  lots near Alpha creek within the town-  site limits, where he intends to erect a  large hotel.  The mall service throughout the  Lardeau isin a sorry condition. The  Revelstoke Herald very rarely  reaches us hero more than once or  twice a month. Can you, Mr. Editor,  explain how it is that your paper does  not reach us oftener.  THOMSON'S LANDING.  Mining Matters on Fish Creek���������Visitors  to the Lardeau���������An Attractive Resort  ���������Agriculture under Difficulties..  From Our Own Correspondent.  Thomson's Landing, June 28.���������Fish  Creek still continues to be the scene  of considerable activity. A large  number of locations have been niaile  during the past month, and between  thirty and forty certificates of assessment work issued. W. Nutter and  four prospectors from Trail have  located nine claims on McDougall  creek. The ledge shews 10 feet of a  black iron capping and the quartz is  rich in copper. A. Colquhon, M.E.. of  the Vancouver School ot Mines, hits  located two claims on Pool Creek with  a white iron capping and excellent  surface indications. John Slattery  has staked out an extension on the  claims. P. B. .McGeury and Forest  Green are about to start work on two  claims just located on Pool Creek.  The Black Bear people report that  they are working in a ten foot lead of  concentrating on-, four feet of which  is solid galena. Prospectors are numerous, and there is a lot of work being  done.  John R. Fitzsimmons, a well-known  smelter man of Neihurt. Mont., who is  representing the big Grant linn of  Omaha smelters, was into the Lardeau  last week.  The Porter Bros, of Spokane, and  Mr. and Mrs. Warren of the same, all  of whom are interested in the Wagner  Group on the upper Duncan slope  went through to Ferguson last week.  The Arm is looking its best and a  pleiisanter trip for ti Saturday to Monday run tlitin a visit from Revelstoke  to the Landing could not. be imagined.  The woods are perfectly lovely just at  present. T. XV. Grah.-une of the Pros-  IJector's Exchange, puts up the biggest  glass of beer in North Kootenay, so  that the thirst acquired by a rumble  this hot weather is i]ulto adequately  provided for. Besides Mr. Grahaine  keeps a very nice comfortable house  in every respect. In the creek near  bv there is good trout fishing for a  skilful flyfisher.  Agricultural prospects are good and  the potato crop never looked better.  The tremble is that Mr. Thompson, in  the absence of any available white  labour, finds it. exceedingly difficult to  get them hoed. The cow also gets in  once in a while. Under theses circumstance's and the genial climate of the  Arm, it is expected that a, new and  superior variety of spud will be  evolved, which Mr. Thompson .intends  to call tho Pride of the Landing.  Mr. II. W. Wilson of the Mining and  Scientific'. Press of San Francisco, and  Mr. Grogan of the Herald, were here  yesteulay and have gone on to Ferguson.  Ten horses from Calgary arrived on  Monday for Watson Bain, who intends  to work them on the trail.  J Dr. Bruno, of Spokane, .who, has  abandoned medicine for mines,: anel  has considerable interests all through  Koutenay, went, through on his way  home on Monday, from examining  properties in the Lardeau.' which is  having it considerable attraction for  Spokane investors just at present.  ' M. A. Buck, of ������, firm of Kaslo  brokers, who has been looking round  some Lardeau propositions,came down  Sunday from a run up Pool Creek, and  wentjon home on Monday.  Hugh Ross has blazed out the trail  up Pool Creek. He has found a good  grade, but the construction of a wagon  road would entail considerable rock  work. Pool Creek is very rapidly  coming to the front and good-roads  are very necessary for the camp.       ,  Prospectors are running over this  country from every camp in Kootenay.  They are following the Horne-Payne  surveyors in shoals .whereever they,  S������- - - *  ��������� 'P. Arena is finishing up his hotel at  Galenti Bay, and will open-up on the  ���������lotli-of next month,, whether' there is  anybody there or licit. ���������  There is'trouble between tlie C.P.R.  and the Kootenay Lumber Co. over  the little steamer Lardeau belonging  to the bitter. The Ltirde.au is 11 faster  boat than the C. P. R. ship Uloeille-  waet, and inconsequence gets all the  truffle. Recently her owners have  been warned by the officials to keep  her iiway from the C. P. li. wharf at  Arrowhead, but she still' manages to  secure a good load of passengers. The  Lumber Co. have got their new screw  tug "Archer" running now and will  send some rafts of lumber down to  Trail with her. There ought to be a  big trade in lumber in .the lower  country open to sawmills in tliis  district.jour -forests being, owing to  our greater humidity of climate, so'  much-more, extensive smd-valuaule.-^--.  Work on the Horne-Payne Properties.  The Horne-Payne company are proceeding steadily with the work of developing their Lardeau properties. A  big gang of carpenters arc erecting  substantial and extensive headquarters  on Alpha Creek, one mile from Ferguson, and as soon as buildings are  ready for them, Mr. D. McGuire, the  new superintendent, and D. G. Eator,  the accountant, will remove their  offices up there. Eighty men under  the direction of F. Twombly started  the construction of the new wagon  road to the Silver Cup 011 Monday.  They aro also starting to cut out a  trail from a point about half way between town unci Alpha Creek up to the  mines on the Great Northern group.  Reports from the Broadview are very  satisfuetoi y, but work on the True  Fissure, on which four miners were  employed closed down em Tuesday,  after running 11 tutmrl 75 feet and 33  feet of a crosscut. Work on the Sunshine has started up again. They are  running short shifts, as the ventilation is very bad in the mine. On the  Silver Cup the shaft is being driven to  meet the tunnel, in which owing to  the ventilation, work was becoming  impossible. Owing to their being no  government service the company has  been obliged to establish a weekly  mail of their own into Ferguson.  JUBILEE FESTIVITIES  KEPT UP DURING  THE WHOLE  WEEK.  The Great Military Review at Aldershot  ���������The Colonial Premier Banquetted  by the Lord Mayor.���������Serious Riots iii  Calcutta.���������Contracts let on the Crow's  Nest Railway.       -   "  (Special to the Herald.)  Aldershot Cami*, July 2. ��������� The  great Jubilee review of troops took  place at Aldershot yesterday. Thei  Colonial troops led the parade, The  Queen was in good spirits and smiled  at the Prince of Wales, and the Dukes  of Conaught and York, as they passed  at the head of the troops. The Queen  was accompanied by the Colonial pre'  iniers.  London, July 2.���������A banquet was  given last night- by the lord Mayor;  to the Colonial premiers. The Marquis  of Salisbury, Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain and the Earl of Jersey were present. Sir Wilfred Laurier replying to  the   toast of the Colonies referred to  the loyalty of the Colonies amidst loud ���������  cheering,  Much alarm is felt here over the re:  cent news of serious rioting in India;  Mobs of natives paraded the streets in  Calcutta hooting and stoning Europeans.' The troops were called out  and as order could not be maintained -  otherwise, they fired into the mob killing and wounding many. Tho natives  are less content under British rule  than would be expected.  Montreal, July 3.���������Contracts are  being let in" connection with the  Crow's Nest road. "Some 4.00 miles of  subsidiary .lines will be built besides  the main line. Mr. Haney. the manager of the line, says that he will pub  certain portions of the,, line under con-  'struction without delay.  ���������   Bostod-'s' Promise? re'. Mail .Service. '.  To the Editor of the Herald :.' *  Sni,���������Will you kindly insert a few'  lines for iiie in your lively paper in re-  giu'd  to   the--Big Bend mail service.  There has been no mails into thecamps  since ltist' March.   Mr. Bostock' promised that he would see that we  woultl  get a twice-a-tnonth service, but nothing  came   of  it.   Why  doesnot Mr.  Fletcher, the ^post office inspector," let  the contract which was  advertised 'in  April last, so that the people,of Big  Bend could get their mail without having .to go  to Revelstoke and back, a  distance of 140 miles,   to get them? ,  How would the Postmaster-general or"  Mr. Fletcher. like...to J^serroclji^tliia  way,   and  have  no  mails    for  four"  months, or do they think   that people  in  B. C. never get any   mail.    If Mr.'  Fletcher is inc-ipablc of  looking after  the   ollice   he   was  appointed' to, the';  government  should   provide   a  man  with a little up to date ' business ability. A Big Bend Miner. '  Carnes Creek, June 30.  OUR SOUVENIR BOOK".  Further Comments by the   Local   Press1  of the Country.  The  Herald's  enterprise is highly  commended by-the Calgary I let-alt],  " With considerable enterprise the  Revelstoke II era id is taking nd vantage, of the interest felt in the mining'  resources of North Kootenav now se������  rapidly coming to the front "rank, iinel  is making arrangements to bring out  a guide book to Revelstoke and tlu*  mining sections in ils vicinitv. With  the Liirelciiu, Big 'Bend ancf Illecillewaet districts embraced within its  scope the book will be most interesting und will present iii an attractive  form a mass of information about the  j sections which will be of groat ruluu  to the public. Tlie Herald bus engaged Mr. li. XV. Wils-on. a (journalist  of the first rank in his profession, who  is well known in almost every mining  country in the globe, to sissist in the  work  nttr  Drowned at Comaplix.  Last Wennesday a young man named Vital Hasher, aged 2", an employee of the Kootenay Lumber Co.,  while engaged in working on a boom  of logs oil the lake at Comaplix, fell  suddenly into the water anti expired  ulmott without a struggle*" It is sup-������  posed thai", it was a case either of heart  failure or a a stroke of some kind, as  there was no water in the body when  it was taken out of the water, an almost certain sign that tho man must  have been dead or almost dead, when  he fell in.        ___^___  No Daily Mail Service Till Next Year.  'Postmaster-General Mulock has promised Mr. Bostock to put an appropriation in the estimates next session for  a daily mail service' throughout, the  Kootenay district.  .Bostock has  been  iircssing this mutter all the time and  ilontague stated in the house on  Thursday that tin! mail service in the  Kootenay was very poor.  k, which will be got up with every  .action   known to  modern  .artistic  journalism.  The work will appear this.  summer iinel will without doubt prove'  an immense success.  Revelstoke Markets.  Retail���������Outs. $2S per ton; butter.tub."  dairy 23e., creamery. "53c.; potatoes S2S"  per ton; hay, timothy and clover,  $2.~> per ton; wild hay. S13; beef, by the '���������  carcase. Sc; pork, by the carcase.'lSc.;  mutton, loc; eggs,"fresh, 15c. to 20c.  per doz.  The Orange lodge is making  uri-uiigeiiicnts with the Kamloops  baseball team to come over and play  another game with the Gold Hills oh  the 12th.  MARRIED.  Crmcs���������Valentine ��������� At St. Peter's"  Church, Revelstoke, on June 29th,~  by Rev. F. A. Ford, Andrew M.  Craig, of Thomson's Landing, to'  Annie E. Valentine, of Revelstoke.' **������?*������i.  C. B. HUME  & COMPANY  Agento:  RAM LAL'S TEA  "Wholesale  Retail  Agents:  Victoria Powder Oo.  Bound for the Hills  Proaptctors and miners should not leave for the hills without having a look at this stock. We  carry full lines of first class Provisions, Men's Clothing, Good,year'3 Kip Biots, 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 40, 60 and 7*5 per c"nt, Fuses  and Detonators.  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 liues of Builders' Hardware are very complete. .Nails, wire and cut, all  sizes and kinds; Locks and Knobs, Hinges, Window Fasteners; Building Paper of various lauds, Tar Paper;  Linseed Oil, Boildcd and Raw; Varnishes, Turpentine, Shellac, White Lead, Dry Paints, (a large assortment,)  Mixed Paints, Brushes, White Wash Brushes.  Next month we will have a talk with you about general  Dry Goods  Somithing else you all want to hear about, which is  Carpets  Stores at Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke, Trout Lake City and Ferguson  Revelstoke   Herald  JOnKSON  & PKTTiriEClfi  ���������- Proprietors and Publishers  A Senii-We-okly Journal, publiehed in tho  mere-bit) eit Ro.elfatoko and the tjurroundinp  "itelrict, Wednesdays and tjnturda. s, milking  close-tit connections with all t-ttiuB.  AilverllBliiK l'tuc-8: Diap'ay ael3, ������1 "0 per  column inch. ?2.U0 per inch when inserted on title  pane ljiixal fteiB.,12o p~r (nonpari-il) lino for  lit'Bt. insertion ; 8c for each additional inset Lion,  lteuding notice's, 15c por line each issue. Birth,  MarriKKC and Heath notices, frou.  Sub-scription Rales: By niailor rarrle-r $2 00  per nnniiin ; ������ 1,25 fur six months, btriutly in  dvanco.  Our Job Department: Iiib HEitir." Job  Department iB one* of the best equipped  printing otllceB in Wesi Kootenai, nnd i-i pre*  pared to execute nil kinds of printing i������ tlr������t  c ass stylo nt honest prices Onu price to nil.  Nojob too larpc���������none t"o ainatl���������forns. _M>iil  orders promptly uttended to. tiive us a trial  on your next i) ih-r.  ToCeirre-eiiontteiitB: We invile Cjirespontl-  enno un any euhjucti of intere-st lo thu iteeteriil  public, and de-siro a rt-lleiblo reK*ul'ir ctirio^-  i,ntitleeet In every luci'ity siirroiinditiu;  RovuUtoke. In all O'.soh the -bona ilde* nuinn  of thii wiitur iiiiiBtaccoiii-nny manusiript,but  not ncce-������sa^i.y for publication  Adeliu83 all co'tiniunicaiiond  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  BOWELL WILL REMAIN THERE  ALL SUMMER  IF   NECESSARY TO  OPPOSE  COKE AND SMELTING  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  I All ooTn'pon" rnce mti-<t, bo legibly  writ! en on one sieio of lhe paper only.  i. IJeirrci-pondence containing personal  mint Ttiiust be signed with tho p:oper name  1 the writer.  3. ' orresponrlcncc with reference to any  thinfj that has tippopr.-tl in another piit-cr  inu.it, iln-t, be oiTere) for publicn'!nn to that  paper before it can appear in The Herald.  SATURDAY.  JULY 3.  1S07.  In a letter to the Edmonton  town council Hou. Israel Tarte  announces that the "votl" of preparing tlie plans and calling for  tenders for the proposed bridge  over the Saskatchewan would pro-  ceed with all possible diligence, at  the same time gently, and with all  clue delicacy, reminding the council anel people f>f Edmonton that  Canada was a large country and  the Edmonton bridge was not tbe  only matter engaging the attention ot the Department of Public  Works. Considering tbat Edmonton lias been waiting, working and  fighting for the bridge all these  years, Mr. Tarte's gentle hint to  the people not to be too impatient  will furnish great consolation.  The Drummond County Railway Getting  a Big Bonus Until all the Facts are  ��������� Enquired   Into���������The   Crow's    Nest  Bill Passed.  Ottawa. June 2S.���������The Government  pleaded for delay in the Senate  this ..afternoon when Senator Miller  moved for a committee to enquire  into the Druinuiontl Company railway  deal. t,  Sir Oliver Mowat said it would not  possibly bu concluded this session and  urged constiliitionul objections.  - Sir Mackenzie Howell replied that he  was prepared to stay here all summer  to eneiture into tho matter.  After much discussion Miller agreed  to postpone bis motion until Monday,  when lie will press nine for uiuittcc  and the Government will piorogue the  session to bulk inquiry.  THK MONEY  VOTED  In the House of Commons tbe estimate for $157,000 for extending the*  Intercolonial to Montreal was: carried  after a strong protest; from I'"osli:r.  This Meks thu'grant on to the supply  bill, wliich must pis? the Senate before  becoming law. It is probable the  upper house may either refuse to pass  the s-upplv bill or strike out, the item  for the Intercolonial deal.  crow's nest bill, passed  After this was clone Minister Blair  luciviitl-tli'j-hoitse-vrito-conieTiTtteecjt-thti-  whole on the Crow's Nest Puss ngrcement and Mr. Lister made a. speech in  favour of it. The bill po>sed through  committee anel .stands for its lliiicl  reading. .   ,  It is' reported that, Sir Wilfrid  Laurier ha:* cabled the Government .lot  to pi-t-s the proposed Grand Trunk  Drummond County deal  this  session.-  During the discussion on the  tariff, Mr. Davis, M. P. for Sas-  katche'yan, advocated the placing  of a duty on ten, which is now on  the free list. "What do Mr. Davis'  farmer constituents say to this?  It is Announced that an Omaha  rompany is about to commence hydraulic mining on the Saskatchewan.  It is one of the most important events  in the history of Northern Albert."), as  it is the first'tinte; hydraulic mining on  an pxtemsive scale- has be-e-ti attempted.  Mid it will doubtless fi-ove successful  ewmg to the* immense quantity of pay  e'irt in the vicinity.  Moggie Coulter, of Carnn. was last  week lie-quitted by a jury before; Judge  Richardson, Regina, on the. charge nt  concealment of birth and failure, to  procure assistance in confinement. The  stepfather, Flack, w.-i.s fincel ������21)0 anel  given one clay in .lail for unlawfully  disposing of the boely of the infant  with intent to conceal birth. He paid  the fine.  Crow's Nest Coal Not Valued High���������A  Simple Method of Testing Coking  Coal���������Smelters at Calgary '  The Herald has received an interesting letter from a correspondent in  the Rocky Mountains. He says  among other thiiiss : '" Your write-  up of your trip west was very interesting to me. I am now hero several  years and have bad leisure to study  rocks, mineral bearing quartz, and  other matters connected herewith, ft  have been posting myself on the soon-  to-be-very-iniportant subject of coke  and coking coal. Being much, interested in the* accounts of discoveries of  coke near Calgary I visited the ovens  ;it the Golden smelter but found- they  were too small to make a trial test of  your coal. It requires about-IS hours  to burn.      -    "'  " As to tbe i]utility and t|tiantity of  cooking ee-i.-il in-tlie brows Nest Pass, 1  feel sceptical as to reports. I remember in-tlio"'J"'cliiioiiton district in oxcart days when that district was reported to be rich in coal and coal oil,,  coal tar and gas, that the voyngenrs  could use for cooking me.-tls. The  tailv.-.-iy is'now in, and a Government  drill litis heen working for the last two  s 'iisons and no oil struck yet.  ���������'I remember seeing" slatemen's  about samples eif your coal being sent,  down c-tist to test. Now a temporary  kiln could be; rigged up near the coal  pit to test say half it ton or so: a kiln  in .the face of a stiff clay soil would  work for a tuft on a fair trial to see if  you have got the quality of coal, and  when the time comes I will be willing  and ptepaied to take a hand in it  myself.  Uiaxa.beer__oLthei__.opinLon_fchn.fc  Miller's Motion for a Committee of  Investigation Carried���������McMulIen ������t  Co. Vote Against the Government  t n Fielding's Postcfftcc.  Ottawa, Jime- '21). In the- Si-into  ye'sterday .Miller said that b<* consitl-  ereel it his duty in the int-en-M,* of the-  country te> press his motion for thu  committeee of investigation -into the:  Druniinon.lcouiity ngri'i-ini'iilleia vote1,  lie believed the* mmuiittc c could l"u  through with its labour-) in two nr  three weeks and he concltid.itl by itinv-  intr hi������ lesolution. '  Sir Mackenzie Howell said whether  the parties implicated in this matter  were Tories or Liberals, tho tiucsttcui  should be investigated tej the Imttoin,  nnd all parties found guilty, if any.  should be driven from public lite. In  referent;" to the statement as tn h.s  hoin__t influenced by the lcatler of th"  Conservative party in the House of  Ceunmons. Sir .Miwitenzif declared be  acknowledged no leader on these  ejtestions.  The Senate; iinanimoiislyip-isFcd the  resolution tor enquiry into the; Dinm-  moncl Countv scaneliil   this afternoon.  There is t.ilk of an adjournment  of the House of Commons lor '.wei en-  three weeks to allow the ttivesi itiation  to vfl on under the authority o;  Parliament.  When the llonw* was in Cotton.fee  this afternoon a division t.mk pl:i-i* in  which the Government w.us sust ihi'd  by a majority of 2<).  McMullen moved to strike* nut. the  appropriation to build a post, nlTlrc in  Fielelinif's constituency at Li vet pool,  N. S. Fotir Licit ruN followed his, le-ad-  er-Rhip.m.-iking a defection of live* friu-.t  the. ministerial rank**. A tm-fc nllice  Liverpool will cost about SI.V'KJ. '  peipiiiiition of llie plaee   :-J   onlv    2  I mines anrl smelters should be together,  I but some time ago you interviewed a  ! practical expert iind he laid it down  I plain, tbe cost e:f fuel and (luxes when  ! thev have to be hauled to the mine;  janel the extract in a recent issue of  ���������The Herald from Butte City "lining  World settles the matter with me for  J all time. It. is cheaper to bring the  i ore*- to the fuel and (luxes-.- I am of  | the opinion tlmt many cars are loaded  j in the Kootenny country with very  I woi till"." ���������> rcir-k he-catt.-e it, comes out of  ; the mii:e. It limy be worthlc.-,-, for nil  j that."  ;       *" ���������i"ii!sary  I It-raid  TrjE M8LSQHS BANK  Incorporated hy Act cf Parllemcnt, 18"5  Paid up Capital  flest Fu~d   -  Head  Ofifice-  $2,000,000  - 1,4-30,000  -Montreal  llice a)  The  piipuiiitinii of l.lic* pliie-e i1-* onlv 2.PMI  anil fir present public liiuMinc..-. t lie  (Jovei riiui'iit pays a rental oi Jji2lt) p -i  annum.  Its All in the Kootenay Guide  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Mucpherson. President  S. II. Ewing, Vice-President  XV. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel p'inley   J. P. Cleghorn  II. Marklanel Molson  F. Wolferst.an Thomas, Gen. Managei  A. D. Dura ford,   fnspect/ir  II. fjockwood. Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of inelividuals,firm.s.  hankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  cm-rent, rates.  Knglish and American exchange*  bought and sold at lowot rates.  BRANOHES :  Aylmer, Ont.        | Ottawa, Ont.  T'rot'kville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  fJlint/in, Ont.  Bxeter, Ont.  Iliimiltori, Ont,  London, Ont.  'le'.'iforel, Ont.  Montreal. P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morri~l>urg,Ont.  Norwich, Ont.  CALGARY BRANCH  Geo. O  MeGregop -0"������~:p  IHNMI'KC Mil AIV t) 11  T. 6. Phopoe. EJanager  Owen Sound. Ont.  Rielgctown, Ont.  Smiths F.-ill.i, Out  Sorel, P. Q.  St. ThonifiK, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  TorontoJiinc'n.Ont  Trenton, Ont,  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock,Out  Winnipeg, Man  Wholesale dealeis in  Agents for K. W. Karn Co.'s Pianos, and tlio Goold Bicycles Go.'s Celebrated  Bicycle  I  Literary Digest.: "The sixtieth  anniversary of Queen Victoria's reign  finds England moro powerful! and  more prosperous than at any time in  her history. Her empire encircles the  globe. Iior puiilic debt is rapidly  decreasing, anil there is a very satisfactory surplus, despite her increased  armaments. Hot- (leet is so enormous  and witbal in such {���������nod condition I hat  it is impossible to name three other  powers whose combined naval strength  could match Britannia's squadron*���������  ller merchant ships have an iinpiccc-  denied monopoly of the world's cnrr\ -  ing trade, her factories are running  overtime."  H_ad OiSce, Toronto  Paid Up Capital     ���������   $1,963,680  Reserve     -  _- -__-    I,!56,81i0  o Directors  II. S. Howland,  President  T.R." lerritt. Vice Pros., (St.Ciitliarinns)  William Ramsay, Rol)eit J.-lfray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.   Suthcrltind  fltayner,  D. R." Wilkie. General Maiuger.  Brnnches  North West and ilritisb Columbia  Brandon   " Portage la        V-iucouvei  Calgary Prairie Wnnipeg  Edmonton   Prince; Albert  Revelstoke  Ontario  Essex Niagara Falls   ISt. Thomas  Fergus Port Colboriic iToionto  Gait Rat Portage     I'V-dlnnd  Ingersoll   jStiuIt St. Alariej Woodstock  |St, Catharines I  Agents   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,   Ltd., 72 Lombard St., Lonclon,  wit);)  whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agents in the United Stales���������New  York, Bunk ������nf 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, "Iimicipal  anel other debentures purchalecl.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Cumuli, United  Kingdom, Unil.ettl States, lOurope,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand. f;tc  Getlel   Purchased  A  K. B. HEART".  Mannfcee Rovolstoko Branch.  UEE & ATKINSON  Builders and Dealers in  Carriages,   Buggies,   ]iu:kboai'ds  Democrats,   Koad*   Wagons,  Heavy Cur tit go  .Vinous,  Etc.,   Etc.  Second hand Buggies, etc. always  on hand.  Write us for prices and particulars.  We can build you. a ri-j to order  thoy"can't'bu beat.  JUecillewaet, B. C.  Prst-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.   IJcsb  Wines, Liquors and Cigars afc the Bar.  W.J. Lappan, Proprietor.  CHUGHRY,  fibBERTfl.  Tlie Largest Hotel in Town...  Centrally Located.  Best Accomodation.  . ---- ____���������_____������������������_^ .. ~.. -^St.^Loou.JJot-Spiiiigs>-Oii-JIppoi;----Ai,i:o-W-ir  Lake, run in connection.  Rates $1.00 Per Day.     -     Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  BROWN & CLARKE, Proprietors, Revelstoke.  - When at ..  Oolden, b. o.  The giitcway to the great      =  East^ootenay  gold fields   THE || OOTENAY ILOUSE  assures you every comfort, exquisite  ��������� - tables anil commodious rooms   ���������-.'  Headquarters  for -commercial.and        t  uniting men,   Free sample rooms.  Fort "tcclo SJtnKi lonvea Koutcnoy    '  llouso    every  Tiiuftltiy.  Strittly First Class    k   S.ADLtR, Propr.  Frovt Brant ford,'the Home of Good Manufacturers.  THE OKUY CJlcNJlDIJlJ, BICYCLE  That received nn award at the World's Columbian  ��������� Exposition for points of general excellence was the;  Brantford Red Bird, tlie strongest,  speediest  and  most beautiful bicycle sold in the Dominion today.  The wisdom of this award is verified by the fact  that four out of live of the Class B championships for  '05, aud font* out of live of the professional chani-  ljionships lot* '90 were won on a Bed Bird. Notwithstanding what the riders of other wheels may do,-  tho fact remains that.when anything worth winning  is won, tho trick is generally done on the fast and  beautiful Red Bird.  Bi-itrches:- Toronto, Montreal, St. John, Winnipeg  and Sydney, Australia.  T.HE GOOLD BICYCLE CO., Ltd,, Brantfopd  These Famous Wheels are sold by the Cowan-Holten-Doicns Co.  When You Reach Sandon  Buy Your Supplies-  KAY, timothv an" prairie; OAT3.  CHOP, BRAN. SHOK.TS s'LOUIt.  l'OTATOE". EGOS. BUITEK,  FISH, HAMS, BACON, Etc., **  FaOM i^ELLY BROTHERS  Reco Street SANDON  Sam Needham  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  ~~~;  In~|Good Style at Lowest Prices.  Douglas Street ��������� Revelstoke ���������* $ *���������*'  Keep "Your  \&ye - on  The Great  Lardeau Townsite  is tlie 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 Eagle Group  Pilot Knob Group  Highland Group  Abbott Group  Glengarry Group  Blackburn Group  Holy Moses Group  Fed Plume Group  Each group contains i'romS to IS claims  Ferguson Working Mines  Broadview  Old Sonoma  Gi eat Northern  Hillside  Sunshine  Badshot  Black Prince  Silver Queen  True. Fissure  Towser  Silver Cup ,  All within a radius of 1 to 6 miles  !  Ferguson is tlie Terminus  eif    the    projected    Lnrdeau   Railway���������to   be   built   this   summer.  At the preseut ground floor price the best rpal estate investment on  the niarKut is FERGUSON lots.-,  C- E. SHAW  GENERAL AGENT  REVELSTOKE  A Corner Lot at $160  *S- * ���������  An Inside Lot at $11Q  can    be     secured  for  $10 down  can*   be     secured  for $27.50 down  'AFTER. THE-  PAGEANT  PRINCE OF WALES   THE CHIEF  ���������   ORGANIZER  WINNIPEG CREW AT HENLEY  Creating a Favourable Impression���������The  Naval   Review   a   Fitting Close to  '^--^the-Weel-'s-Celebrations���������No���������Casualties Reported.  London June 27.���������The Ilriton's colossal pageant���������one of the greatest  fetes ever seen���������has been completed  without any disutilities to mar its success. It is an open secret that the  Prince of Wales wtis among tho hardest workers. Not a single step of importance was taken , without h's approval and much of the praiseworthy  work done i.s the.direct result of his  initiative.-  A notable exception to this slate of  affairs wiis tho icligious service outside St, Paul's Cathedral, which was  tlie Queen's idea. The.* foielgn representatives were greatly impressed by  the,way everything was canied out.  Unquafilli'd nml gi-nerous approval of  the festivities has been bestowed by  tho press and people of the different  iiiiti'ins and communities.  The naval review was a fitting termination ot tho week's ceremonies.  WINNIPEG AT  IIKNI.EY.  The Winnipeg!) rowed over the first  half of Henley couise yesterday in the  unusually fast time of 'A minuti's Ul  seconds." They finished fresh and declared they could hold the u line pace  for the entire distance.  Snorting Life will sty tomorrow "If  they can stay the wliolei'oursr, even at  a lower speed, they will be ugly  customers to deal witli."  THIRTY MILUS OI-" SHIPS.  London, June 20.��������� The jubilee naval  review, "he last of the great public  festivities incident to the jubilee celebration, took pi ic-e at Spilbt'iul lo-tlav.  Between 23 and .10 miles of warships  were drawn up in the Solent in seven  lilies, the front line being composed nf  foreign ship* and the remaining six  lines representing every type and  weight of the navy from "the "life-boat  to the: biggest mail of war. The course'  was lined with steamships, yacht.*" and  launches, while a quarter nf a million  people wittiesKcel thu review from the  land. The llccts were revicwi'il by the  Prince of Wales, anel lb,* members of  the House of Lords .-ind Commons.  A SHU* FROM EACH NATION.  ICiieli miiritiiiie nation sent an admiral i" his Hag shin to witne.-s tin*  .review. They formed a line abreast.  Uie Uritish "battleships, where tbey  were favourably placed to compile  their own naval architecture with that  of the other nations. Km-h nation  sent its best tivailable ship and a inai<-  nificeiit eli-pl.-iy resulted. An interesting feature of the British lleet was  'Jio training -ships, which comprised  hree of thiveaily ii'-incliids, a eejuttd-  roii ot crui-i't'" wliich usually winter  with a training crew on board in the  West Indies, eu- in some*, other wai m  latitude, and the lleet of training brigs  which cruise in the neighbourhood "of  the British pot ts.  ENGLAND'S FLEET.  The British fleet assembled on June  22nd and was drawn up in fonr lines  extending from abreast of Portsmouth  harbour to a distance of about live,  miles to the westward. Following tlie  precedent ofj former naval reviews,  there was free access to the review  up to the hour named for the official  inspection ,-when-all-vessels-with-visit--  ors anchored in their assigned positions and the tour of the fleet was  commenced bv the Prince o������ Wales.  The commander in chief of this port,  Sir Mowell Salmon. V. C, K. 0. B..  transferred his flag from the Victoria  to the battleship Maw, one of the  latest additions to tho lleet and which  has been built and fitted ont in two  years. The* battleships Jupiter. Victoria and Renown also niade their first  appearance in the commissioned lleet.  .  ILLUMINATIONS  All the" warships were illuminated  this evening with "rainbows" of electric lights, extending from stem to  stern over the mast heads. In addition the helms of the vessels present  were outlined by electric lights. There  was no moon visible anel the effect of  tho simultaneous lightup of every  ship of the gigantic fleet and switching oll'-.was magical in the extreme.  A HOT SPEECH  IN   PHOENIX   PARK   BY   A   PARNELLITE  MEMBER  GRANT TO IRISH PRISONERS  A Meeting Called to Press for the  Release of Irish Political Prisoners,  Whicli Was Expected During Jubilee Week.- !  ���������-Dublin,-June-2S-���������A���������meeting-=.coii-:  veneel to bring fui titer pressure upon  the British Govi'i-ninenb to grant an  amnesty to Irish pnhticn.1 prisoners  wtis held in Phoenix Park to-day.  Much surprise was expressed that  jubilee week passed without the release of prisoners which had been  expected.  Field, Parnellite, in the course oE a  fiery speech, saitl : " It is useless to  look further to the English Government. We will call upon the voices,  and pet-haps upon lhe arms, of our  couiitrvitien in America."  LONDON   ELECTION  Major Beattie, the London Conservative  Member, Confirmed in His Scat  Tokonto,. June 20.--The judges today nave out judgment in the Loudon  I'lectiem case, confirming Major Beat-  tie in his seat. The costs ate against  the petitioner.   -o   The Pominion Government has a  man in the Edmonton district under  Prof. Macotin collecting wild birds anel  small mammals. He ,has ah-pady  gathered considerably over a hundred  varieties.  Fi eight cars in the C. P. K. yards  are now being loaded with grading  implements, tents, groceries and other  supplies tor the curly construction  woi k on the Crow's "Nest Pass railway.  It appears that the sub-contractors  have been given a tip, which has caused them lo make all preliminary pte-  p trillions to commence the work at  once*. ,The> Fairchild company yesterday loaded four cars of wagons", scrape's, etc., and it was learned thatlheir  ih'Slination was the Crow's Nest P.iss  line. Several contractois- in ' the city  have been showing unwonted pn**rg\-  I.'itely. ami although they have notli-  init io .-nv regarding the cnu������e, it is  well understood that il means that,  work on the* line will be commenced  as siiem ns those heilding the* contracts  can cot theii-S-upplies in the Held. It  is t'stiniate'd ,thit iwurlv g~O.U0O was  spent recently in the city purchasing  supplies.���������Coinnicreiy'  QUEEN   GOES   TO   WINDSOR  ROSEBERY    ENTERTAINS    THE  COLONIAL   PREMIERS  Our Troops Liberally Entertained by the  Londoners--The Prince of Wales to  Undertake "the Social Functions of  Sovereignity ���������  London, June 29.���������Sir Wilfrid  Laurier and other Colonial Premiers  lunched with Lord Kosebery toelav.  Their reception by the ex-Premier of  Great Britain was most cordial. This  function assumes importance ns another evidence of Kosebery's hankering after public life again, and desires  to take the lull share in the development of the. new Imperial policy now  engaging the earnest attention of  British statesmen.  DEAD-HEADING   THE TKOOI'S  The Canadian troops were sight  seeing today. On Saturday every  Canadian received a medal lrom lhe  Prince of Wales. Everywhere the  men anel officers are being splendidly  entertained with free entry to all  theatres, music halls, etc.  THE QUEEN"? MOVEMENTS  Windsor, June 29.���������The Queen returned fiom London this afternoon  She made what is probably her hist  appearance during her reign, in the  metropolis, for with the celebration  that closed at Aldershot on Thiirsclav  the state public appearances of Her  Majesty are said to be finished.  Henceforth for whatever span of life  may be* left her. Queen Victoria will  confine herself to such work for Un*  slate as can be done at Windsor, Balmoral or Osborne. Ali those ofiicial  functions, drawing rocms, public ceremonies, opening of town hulls, hospitals nnd th'> like whicli bring the  Sovereign face lo face with her people  will now be rplegated to the Prince  j and Princess of Wales.  L. JI. FRETZ  Contpactop and Builder.  Shop opposite Imperial Lank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  "      Terms Cash  SpbiCane Falls and -Noptfyer-n  .Nelson and Ft. Sfeeppa'pd  Red -Mountain. R.,ys.,,  The on'y nil rail route- without cIiiiiku o������  cars hutv.-e.-tii Spokane. Nortbiiott, Iloesliind  ami Nelson; also between Itosaluntl unci  Nelson.  DAILY      EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  i.kavi:. ,   NOKTHPORT juimvk.  For Spokane��������� ' From Srnkune���������  - 12::i.*e p.m 1:20 p.m.  For Kojsliititt��������� From Ilo'sluml���������  l-.flflp tn ii;|.-, n.ni  ror Nelson��������� From Nolton���������  1:5" P.m . _. 12.01 p.m.  Cl-me connedi"������s iitNiilpem with stcumcrs  tor K-itlo nntl ali Koolenay Luke points.  Passengers for'Kettle River and Boundary  Creek oouccot ut Marcus with stage daily.  DR. ALLEN'S  For   use  in   Cii-es   where   '  disease  cats   off.,.the ljoru  of the hoof  Also  a Never Failing Remedy  For fungus growth of ilesh  in any slmpe 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  Veterinary Surgeon       Calgary  Wendei! EViacIean  Wholesale  and Be tail  Druggist; Oalgary  Assayers, Mirjirjg ai'd  Milling Engineers  Ollice and Metallurgical "Works'at  523, First Street, a few doors  west of Hotel Spokane,  SPOI������;HJ_E - -   jA/flSHlNOTOJSl  ,^=PRIGE_LlST^FOR-ASSAVING: ^_  Silver, assay  si UO   Limo, analysis.. 3 3 CO  Uolel .ind silver. Silica, analysis.     2 00  OHr-ny    l jo   Coal partial, an.    6 00  Goltl. silver and Thi.ah8.ty      6 DO  lend, i-Ksity    2 59   Nickel, assay $10  Gild, silver nntl    , to    15 00  copper, uaetiy..   3 CO   Cobult, assay?10  Oold  and  silver to    15 00  bullion, assay..   2 00  Antinionv,ass'y   10 00  7/nc. ur-say    HlH)   Arsenic, assay..     A 10  ���������Mtlpliur. tisiay... 3 I'O jWumiiium,ass'y 5 00  Muioury, iiRsnv-.. 5 00 Platinum, assay 6 00  Melting ittidreiln- Mcltin*.refining  inn burs    2 00     ano nt-saying..    3 00  Kites Riven on npniictition tor working testa  of ores on samples e i ono to fifty pounds.  We liavi) llio niohr, complete equipment in  lho North West fur telling ores and determining tho kind of machinery necessary for tho  reel notion of lho fnmo.  Postal rate on oro one cent per ounco. Send  at least throe ounces for assay.  Inspections and reports mado on mining  property. -  Air. F. K, McNamarn. cf this firm is the  inventor of "Tlio Mt-Namaia" Two Stamp  .Mill, which Iins a guaranteed cap-ecity of from  live to seven tons per day; 85 to DO per cent ol  tho gold la saved in lho battery. Can add as  many batte-rio* as do-dred. Estimates and  prices on application Remember that we  make a specialty of Real Estato and Mines.  F. McCarty  Wholesale and Retail  Butcher  Dealoi* in: tl  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving and Draught Horse-.  Revolstolto Station    -    -    B. C.  Mail Orders: Promptly Atf ~-,ded To.  f2_!-tf  Any one Requiring  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  W. Fleming  Than yon can afford to  steal "it nnd take the  chances of being caught  dnddian  Pacific Ry  SOO PACIFIC LINE  Cheapest, quickest and best route  Toronto. New York, Philadelphia,  \y     Montreal, Boston Halifax���������all  Eastern and European Points  .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 aud Empress of China sailing  -very four weeks for China and  Japan.  Warimoo, Miowera nnd Aorangi  sailing every four weeks for Honolulu, Suava and all Australian and  New Zealand ports. .       '. ������  For full particulars apoly to nearest  C.P.R. Agent or to  T. *W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  H.   jr. MitGREGOR.  Travelling Passenger Agent, Nclron.  E.J.COYL.E. Dis. Passenger Agent, Vancouver  fyevelstoKe Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs.  McKechme   and  Jeffs, Attendants  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH ��������� Revelstoke.  Preaching services at II a-m. and 7:30  p.m. Ola-,8 meeting al the close of tba  morning service, tahbath School and Bible  Class at 2*30 p.m. We-ckly prayer meeting  everv Wedncsoay evening at 7*30 p.m. The  public are cordially invited.   Boats free.  REV. J. A. WOOD. Pa-tor.  f 'BURCTI OF ENGLAND ��������� RovcUtol e.  X-> Service": D.ily, evening prayer5. p.u..  except nn Fridays when it is at 7 p. m.  with eddro?s. "Sundays: Holy Communlo"*  8 a.m.. tuurning prayer 11. evening pr������y*r 7~t~  First Sunday tn month Holy Communion at  morning scrviceie.  FRANK A. FORD Vicar.  PRESBYTERIjYN CHURCH���������RcTelBtoke.  Service even Sunday at 11 a-m. and 7-30  p.m. Bibe Cite" ������t 2;B p.m.. to which  k11 aro welcome. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m.  every Wednesday.  REV   P. D. MUIR. Pos'or.  Dfayi  .K Specialty  [iicjtxi Prices  KOMAN   CATHOLIC   CHURCH ���������Revelstoke.    Mass  fourth  Sunday in month  at 10 "0 a.m. _  REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  C.JW. WOODWORTH  M. A..  LL. B.  Notary. Conveyancer. Eti.  Mines and Real Estate.  StCCAN  ClTV       -       ���������       BRITIBH  COLUKBlei. ���������f\1  i July 12.���������Grand  at Revelstoke.  COMING EVENTS.  Orange   Celebration  This Space Reserved  for the  LOCAL AND JIENERAL * NEWS  An Interesting Budgetof Local, Persona  and   General Items Round  and  About Revelstoke.  Mr. Batho, of Ferguson, was in town  on Monday.  Mr. XV. llalliday. of Calgary, was in  town on Thursday en route to Nelson.  Roht. Tapping returned from Critig-  ell.-ichie yesterday, having finished it  C. P. K. contract of fence building.  Furnishings for the Hotel Revelstoke  are being put in today, under the supervision of Mr. H. A. "Perley the manager.  Everything points to a hig day here  on the 12th ot July./ The program in o  is now being arranged anel all will he  in readiness for the 12th. A good  many outsiders will take advantage  of th"e cheap excursion rates.  The Canada Drug and Book Co. will  open up in their new premises next to  Smith's bakery in about a week's time  with a full line of drugs, chemicals,  stationery, etc. Mr. Chas. R. McDonald, of Pictoh, N. S., will arrive here  next week to take charge.  Some* evil disposed person or persons  pulled out tho staples and hooks of  P. R. Peterson's fence, near the vail-  way track, presumably to allow horses  anel cattle to go inside to destroy his  garden. If the parties can be Clincht  who did this they should receive the  full penalty of the'law.  It may .lie interesting to some of our  ��������� Several locations h.-ivc boon made on  an extension eif the Roseberry over on  the 'middle fork of Carnes Creek.  It is stilted that tho Liii-dean railway  surveyors have ��������� found a satisfactory  route from Galena hay: wliich leaves  the Galena Puss tit Blind Buy,opposite  Whiskey point on tho Arm."anil runs  along tho hills on tin; shore of tlu*.  Arm, keeping the elevation ,-tt about  71)0 feet tit the Lauding, anil crossing  the divide at Armstrong's Lake,  "Ir. O. F. Wegener. C. TC��������� of Seattle,  who is .searching for Jack Qiiincy.  whose evidence is wanted to save the  life of Cr.'U.iiiiii' is in town today.  Qnincy \vas{ in Tr.'iil in Nov. or Dec.  '!J(i. Mr. Wegener be.lieves it is ptiss-  hle Unit Quiiicy may be somewhere in  tho Larcleati. The date"'of ���������' Oraeiuar's  execution is fixeil for the 23rd.  Mr. I". II. Macplieison of the I-Ialyon  Hot Springs was in town today. The  carriage drive up to this hotel from  the.lako is completed, and men are  preparing the site for tho new building. Dr. Brett, who is down there.  liiisopened.it drug store. The new  fust. C.P.R. steamer will call regularly  at the Springs, as soon iis she begins  her trips. Arrangements are being  m.-itle with a firm of aerated water  manufacturers to bottle the water,  which is enormously rich in lithia.  There was quite a gathering of C. P.  R. officials at Arrowhead yesterday  including 'General-Manager W. Whyte,  L. A. Hamilton, Lund Commissioner,  J. A. M. Aikins, Q. C. AVinnipeg,  solicitor for the C. P. R., Master  Mechanic Cross. Gen. Supt. Marpole*,  Supt. Beasley, Chief Engineer, H. J.  Cainbio and L. R. Johnson, tlie Vancouver solicitor for the C. P. R. The  new fast steamer, the Flyer, is expected to be running about the middle of the month. A parlor car will  be run permanently on the Arrowhead  branch.  Richard James Vincent, or " Louis  Morning Star," ti young New York lad  who is just completing'a trip to every  portion of the world, which has taken  him over three years, was at -the Victoria hotel for it couple of days this  week. Tlio novelty of of the "trip is  that the lad refuses any money and  travels dead-broke, stops at the best  hotels, rides in parlor cars, has dined  with nobility anel gentry in every hind,  and his "nerve" pays the bill." He is  compiling a very interesting book of  his travels throughout the various interiors.   He went south yesterday.  A quiet wedding took place at St.  Peter's church, Revelstoke, on Tuesday last when Mr. A. M. Craig, of  Thomson's Landing, was united in  marriage to Miss Annie E. Valentine,  of Revelstoke. Immediately after the  wedding the happy young couple took  the-tr.'tin for Rossland anel other points  in the. south country,' where they will  spend their honeymoon, returning in  about ten days to "Thomson's Landing  where Mr. Craig has built a handsome  residence. The* Herald joins with  the many friends of Mr. anel Mrs.Craig  in wishing them a long, hnppy.and  prosperous life in double harness.  FERGUSON  The Centre of the Lardeau Mines.  The Pioneer Store  of   Ferguson, B. C.  ���������������  General Jlerchants.  Dealers in   Groceries, Hardware. Dry Goods,  Mining Supplies, Etc.  Miners and Prospectors Outfitted.  Post Office in Connection.  Our store is only from one to six  miles froin the richest' mining prospects on the c-untinent" of America.  By purchasing from us it will save yon  ninny it weary step.  "���������   c"  General  Merchants'  iners and Prospectors  Outfitted, &c.  sr~"    "���������'    "~&-  Ferguson, B. C���������The centre of  the Lardeau Mines.  Be   Slire and register at the-    ' '"���������l,T"*v" ���������'.'  Balmoral Hof|l  when you roach FERCTSON. ,y :y  i&ii'&B'  Successor  VELibS  to GILKER & WELLS  Agent for the Bliekeiiscierfer  Typewriter  Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,  Shojes, Gents' Furnishings. Stationery,  Patent Medicines. Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.  POST OFFICE STORE,  j REVELSTOKE,  B.C.  CO.,  REVEL-STOKE STATION  .The tableisprovidea with the best tiio.'market  yy-y'Sy-iVyy: ;.-:.:. ���������'.affords.:..;.      y'':.:���������:���������-.../:.*,._ y.  HAY���������Timothy by Carload, Ton or Bale.  POTATOES, nicely' put up in 90 lb Sacks, good  and sound.  FRESH EGGS. BUTTER, always on ice.  AGENT   FOR  THE   NELSON   MINERAL WATERWORKS  CO.  CUMMINGS & MCDONALD,  Proprietors. l"i"  Wanted.  Situation in hotel, bartender preferred.  Best  references furni-hed..Apply ro Herald Oflice  Offices and Rooms:to Let  Over new store, next Smith's bakery.    j\pply  to Mr. Mollard on the preruisfs. 3jly3t  Transfer of License.  Notice io hereby -?ivcn lhat 30 days after date  wc shall ,-ipoly to the Stipendiary:: Magistrate  at Revc-l3toke for a transfer from Sanderson .v  Lay to us of the retail Honor license n"\v snb-  Mstims for the Halcyon Hot Springs Hotel a-  Hoicyon Ho;Springs, Arrowhead Lake, West  Kootenay.  Dated at Hilcyon Springs. Jnly 3rd, ISO".  P.. G. "Brett.  .'yS.iiw D. H. M,\cn*tiER8o>-.  FRED. B. WRONG,  Real Estate and  Mining 'Broker, &c  ������      FERGUSON, B.C.  The Sandon of the Trout Lake District.  Correspondence solicited.  stimulating  and  Strengthening  FOR   SALE   AT  ABEY'S DRUG STORE,  REVELSTOKE   STATION.  For Medicinal  Use Only.  Mail Orders Attended to Promptly  Prescriptions Dispensed Day or Night  When You Reach  Thomson's Landing,  GO TO THS  PROSPEGTQR'S  EXCHANGE  Best Meals in the Lardeau.  Stage and Livery in connection.  'T.'.Wi GRAHAME, Proprietor.  readers tolearh th~at"Rev.'CrT._Bayiis  at one time a resident of Revelstoke,  is at present meeting with considerable  success ecclesiastically in The People's  Church, Chicago. Since his appearance there in " ."niiiary his congregation  has more than doubled.  The "IucDowell. Atkins. "Vatson Co.  Ltd., wholesale anel retail druggists,  will open up next week in Mr. l'\ McCarty's block on Railway street. Mr.  . G. T. Miillcry who has an experience  of seventeen years iu the Eastern  cities and on the Coast as a druggist,  will be in charge.  Warden Armstrong of the* Xew  Westminister penitentiary, anil Police  Constable Ince of the provincial  police, came up from Nelson yesterday with two prisoners in charge, one  of whom was Wood, the Nelson murderer, sentenced to be hung at New  ~,Ve_sttninister on August 11th.  * "The Williams.'' guaranteed to be;  the only complete dii-ectorv of British  Columbia that will be published this  vein*. As soon as issued from the press  it will bo. delivered throughout flies  Kootenay district. Take no other and  see that you get. the William". II. T.  Williams, publisher, 2S Broad street,  Victoria, B.C.  .T. Boyd.who is thoroughly acepiainf-  eel with the Keystone .Mountain district in the Big Bend, says that there  is no doubt at all hut if there wore  proper transportation facilities into  that countrs it would surprise the  natives, as "there are no richer gold-  bearing propositions in British Columbia today " says Mr. Boyd "than twist in that portion of the"Big Benel."  The explosion of lirecrackers on  Dominion Day caused two teams to  run away, both doing considerable!  damage. One was the Columbia bus  team, the other belonged: to M.  Pettipiece. When fire-crackers are  likely to cause damage .the police  should put a stop to thou* being fired  on the public highway. ���������    a  T. Bain, foreman of the Roseberry  _*nine on Carnes creek, Rig;Bend, owned by the Carnes Creek Consolidated  Gold Mines Co. Ltd., says that a 90 ft.  tunnel has been driven anil two  feet of solid high grade arsenical iron  ore carrying cold is how in view, anel  is getting richer the further they go  in. Eleven men are at work now,  building winter cabins and making  other preparations for carrying on  work the year round. Mr. Bain leaves  here again in a few days on a prospect  ing tour.  Notice      ~     :        =���������"  "ntice 1? hereby riven that 30 days after  dare we intend to at>pir for a licenpc to retail  liquor at Thomson's Landing. Jnne 15th; 1S07.  lOjuitv.- Bates efc Pouter.  Hotel Licence. . _.  "otico is hereby -riven that 33 d.155  after  dato I intend 10 apply for a license tose;ll Honor  Hotel Revelstoke. Ifiveisroke  by retail at the  Station.     *  June 7.1897.   jDltw .  II. A. PEKLEY.  Hotel License.  Notice is hereby piven that .10 days from' the  dace hereof I intend to apply totheftiiticcdiary  AiaBistrate for the Itevelstoke Dl vlnlon of Went  Ivoocenny for permission to sell llrjuors by  retail ot my hotel at Kors-'isnn. n. t;.  J. P. jMcI"r>\v\AUl).'.  Ferfftison, June 29. IM)"- jy31in������ w  Prospectors3iPfs  Now  is Your .Time' to  Make a Strike;!.. '���������  .Honey,  time and   trouble  saved   bjy.y  " buyiig"yo'iTBupp1Ies"ih'-sighgiaf=tire'"r-''*  mines at Itevelstoke prices.;"'  Yours'or bv.-3ir.ess,  "I.  M.' CITRON,:::'*;  General Merchant.  Thomson's Landing, B. C._y- . :y y  y. Smylm  amscatBi" .'HJrWWffih.  FOB SALE-situate between the Methodist Church and the brow of the hill,  near, the old town.     For prices and particulars apply to  j^SSSBSBOHMWimMiimmim  To L. HAIG, Sole Agent.  Hotel License;  Notice is hereby given that I Intend sixty  days front the -Into hereof to make implication  ro the Stipendiary Mat-fistrato for the rtevr.1-  F.toke- Division of West Kootenay. for a lire_������n������e>  lo sell iiquor hy retail at my hotel at -t'crjja-  son, U. C.  (Signed)   IL j\. IIovkh.  Ferguson.-R.C., Jtinc2~th, 1897.  Dissolution of Partnership.  Notice is liereby tziven that wo. the "inelei.-  st^ned. doin-< business as hotclke_.cpe.rs in the  j\rrowhoad hotel, Arrowhcnet, have this day  dissolvcel partnership by mutual consent.  j\nd take further notion that all s.ccottnts  owinjr ro the late* partnership are payable to  " .T. Kerr, who will also pay all outstanding  accounts against tho lato lirm.  I9jti3t  Fi. J.''Kkbk.  P. ARENA.  THERE'S MONEY IN IT.  A good chance to make money if  you have a little nerve.  Do not stand by and see other men  get rich.   Try yourself. ,  f have   today  listed   the following  I claims all within easy distance of Ferguson :   - , J:  Sunnyside...  .S3 750 00 cash.  St. Lawrence........ 11)00 00     ������������������  Portland...... ....,;  Great j\tt)cricari \ in  . Great Divide No. L,  .  Taconia 4 in '....  f'lippi'r ..;,'  Little Kiel ....:.  Ciirnberland gin   Por bonding terms and further particulars, apply to if  FRED. B. WRONG,  Real Estate and Mining Broker,  FEIt-GHJSOM, B.C.  Notice.  tlOTICIi* 13 hereby given that sixty days after  1*1 d������e,tet, wo, "he undersigned intend to appl}  to the Chief Comntinpioner of I.andq - tend  \V0rk3 for pe_ri7-i*Mion to parethaBo tliej following ti^periheel prope-iy, flittitite--' 111 the. mouth  of Boyel Creel' (���������". trlhiitnrjr eif FI3I1 Cieeki in  the J.ardei'.u Divl'.lon of Kootenay DiHtriet.  Starting at a poHt ne-ttr .where the trail crosBca  Uoyd ejre.ik i-.e-..i iudiu..^ t-ixty -:1 .l'h.h north.  I hence: plxiy ch������.ine -.vest, thence nlxty ehuins  e-outh, lhe-r.ee ,alxty rhaltt-i eaiit; to point-of  comineueernetit, containing SOT eeri'i moro or  less.  f'UOI.CIE SrMS-EIt.  ClIAUI.Kri I-il.'Lf.Altr).  Dntcd .Tune.' 21, KOT. '_  Motice.  UOTICE '.' here*ty given thr.r rn d������.ye. a'tcr  II tiate. I lnij-ntl to apply to tha Chief Com-  mls'l-incr of I.indHHTit) Works for perml'idon  to pn-chase ltiO acree.of land, Hittinte inllKoot-  er.ny district. ne*ar crjn.iti'mce. of Oalnor crock  with South f'-irk of Lardeau river, more, par-  tiettlnrly described as follows: ronnn'inciRg  at a po.it marked "Initial I'o������U ",E. corner,  A. A, C..." on the -weJt ban'* o������ Oai-:or Creek,  near its confluence ",vith. tho South I'o.-k of  I^ardeau Ftivcr. thence N'orth tl chain-*, thence)  Went'40 chain:*, thenco South 10 chaina, thence  East. lOchatr.-t to point of coenme'ece-m'-ini. containing 1G0 acrea. more or lean.  A. A. CLARK,  jtgent for TI. K. 0. Carry.  DataTlJitno 1.1th. I>'.e7. __j ___3j   _    _  200 (X)  noo 00  400 00  000 00  750 00  2000 00  1000 00  Notice.  NJOTIOK Is hereby given that CO eiays after  *" elate I..I. A DeCev/.intend to apply to the  Chief Cotnniteaii/nnr eif I,anei.s and V_"orloi for  perTiiia?Ion to purcha������e tlie foilo-.ving de:ricribed  lanei, to wit: Situated on the; ciat pt'Ie of the  town of Arrowhead about half a'- inile. end  Ijcginning at. the eastern Hue of tbeifj. p. It.  lauds, at a post marked thus,���������,f. A D'a ������. w.  ewncr. thenco 10 chalnn ale,ng the lak'i shore  in an easterly direction, theneo 10 ehetltis north,  thenco 10 chains ".vent, thenoi 10 cti/elr.^ south  to the point, of comniencerneint, Inetliteling one  hnr.elrcd anel sij-ty acres, more) or Ic in.  .1. A.  U-iCKW",  Rcvclstoko, .Inne 7t.h. K'M. .i!)v/!it  MORGAN'S Shaving Parlor  MORGAN'S Confectionery  MORGAN'S Fresh Fruits   ���������  MORGAN'S Tobaccos  MORGAN'S Cigarsand Pipes  MORGAN'S Eath Rooms  .Best in Town  ___5_5_as_S2_E_L:  Summer Suits  Some Are Not,  Buthavlngjus*. added two moro sartorial  artists to our titnir, lvo aro In 11 hettcr  position than ever to supply our old customers and cater for new business. Our  work is first c-nsa, our stock is tho host  obtainable, anel,.our prices are nwcy  down.   What more eoulel be ilosired I  R. S. WILSON,  Merchant Tailor.  ArirSsYiiTHT  CONFECTIONERY STORE  AND BAKERY   Now open and ready for business.   A car  load of goods now being unpacked.  \} Notice  Notice is hereby ������lven thar, sixty days after  elnto. we intend to apply to the On f 1 otnmis-  sloner of Lands and We.rks for iie-rmI������-Ion to  purchase the following dcscrilx-d latiil,Hitnnr.reI  ittr.be Itovelsroko division, KootDnay district.  at Five Mile crt'e-k. about 5t"ilf-i from 'Inrne-s  creek,-and about 7 miloS from jMacIntosh's  hntnesl.cad:  ejommcnolng at a post 200 yards on the west  Mile of tho creek, on the . Columbia r-.vor. anel  murkcd 'I'. It. Peterson and .T, H. While's  S.W. corner post." anel running north -10  chains, thi-ncocast 80 chains, thenco south to  the Colnnibia river, 10 chains, thonco up  lho Columbia river to place or commencement,  SO chains, containing 320 acres more or less.  P. Tt." l.'KTl'liSON.  J. If. Wiiiti:.   ,  "lay 7. lb'J7. "' ISmyOlrw  Little   LOO  i" now forming a  Mandolin Orchestra  .Any person wishing to join apply ot once���������  Peteraon'K Hail, Rcvclstoko.  Private I.tsssona given���������  Mandolin.  Pianoforte.  Dancing :   Ballroom and Step.  lOjultn Terms moilerate.  G. E. SHAW,  NOTARY PUBLIG,  REAL.  ESTATE AGENT.  Desirable Itesidcnces far Sale or to Lot.  Conveyancing in all its branches.  Firo Insurance.  Spring-  House Cleaning  Send for samples of our Wall  Paper. Prices from 10c, 12Ac,  15c 'up to SOc roll. .'Mail orders  carefully attended to.  Linton Bros.,  Booksellers, Calgary.  W. A. NETTLE,  Carpenter and Contractor  i PlanB and Estimates Prepared.  REVELSTOKE STATION,  B.C.  MITCHELL  &  CO  INSURANCE AND  COMMISSION  AGENTS,  *" MINING BROKERS,  i  CALGARY, ALTA.  C. B. flaclean  ARCHITECT ...  AND DESIGNER.  Estimated furnished. Plans and specifications mado. Am also prepared to do shop  and job work on the shortest notice. Satisfaction guaranteed in every case. Call or  write for termB.  Hain Street, Revelstoke,  B.C.  THE I X L STORE  Is tho place to buy your Tobacco,  Cigars, StationaryJ-'i-uits, Candies,  Patent "eilicines. Perfumery. Etc.  Agents for the White Swan Creamery  Hotter and Cheese.  We sell for cash iind give our patrons  the benefit, by selling our goods  at tho lowest prices.  Small profits, quick returns; live and  let live is our motto.  Teaming and jobbing done promptly.  Houses For Sa~.k.  J. M. McCALLUM, Ma-ager. _     .  J. Revelstoke Station.  W. G. BIRNEY,  PAINTER  "THTT0 in  Paper Hanging a Specialty  Address: Caro of Union Hotel,' Revelstoke, B.C.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS  BLACKSniTHINQ and  JOBBING,  PLUHBINQ and PIPE-FITTINa,  TINSniTHINO and SHEET, IRON  WORK  MACHINERY REPAIRED.  Mining Work a  Specialty  Robt. Gordon, >   Revelstoke Sta.

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