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 mm  nmm  mmunm  -<-<L.  /���������.  y\  -ISSTTE3D   an"W"IOE-_/_.-"V7"EEI!:--"V7"EIID3Sr__aS_D____-Y"S    ___.__>. 3D    S._V__,TT_R:D_^"2. S-  Vol. II.    No.  40.  REVELSTOKE. B. C,  WEDNESDAY. JUNE  1S9S.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  (<^1~-3-__---5__s"2cSc_^--^^  b. ft  13  5S  >',  s Bay |  i    Company  [Im ori'OPATED 1G70  The   Most   Up-to-Date   Outfitters  in Western Canada.  ij Intend.ng Projectors should write us .s,  s for one of our new Folder-, -Inch *  J contains an excellent Map uud an ������  t( estimate of  the  probable eo-t oU S  S complete outfit for the Gold 1 lelds   i^  is f  | Hudson's Bay Stores,     k  jj Calgary. |  1 Caigai'.v, 1'el). I. 1S3S.                               ^  3 J  TO   PHILIPPINES  Haig: & Crage  _. Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Htyeistoke -  *^"^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  ARTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc.  Oflice- "MoUon'- Bunk Block,  ' First Street, Revelstoke Station, B.C.  WM.  WHITE,  Q.C.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  Solicitor for Imperial Hank oi Canada. -  Front St, Revelstoke, B.Cj'  JAMES MURPHY, B.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  -Ilice*   Covian I'.lock    I" O. Iin\ IBS.  Third St, Revelstoke. B.C.  ^SBi^iI5!^3D__J_-I!C_BIS_n_r%s  1 Re suits r. .'$  l>   t _A_ro - I  Swhat ' 1  I Count 1  3j Wliat  you  paj   is  not   half *o  ������ important as u lint jon pet in paint.  3 Cheap  paint   is   ulnnvs   niuch  j! more   c.\ pensive   I ban    the    lilgli  s priied, vi hen re-i.Its are considered.  3| People nre finding lliu, out.  it A good article Mill alvwijs make  ij its v, ay.  1 "                    The  | Sherwin-Williams  jl Paints  C  a cost more thnn others, but are the  S most economical paints any man  3> can use. They lost longer than anvil other paints, and In this v\c include  S I'ure Lead and Oil. Tliey go further  * and have a better appearance. If  ������ jou don't know this already, it's  m worth j our while to find it out.  ~B0f_.RNE BR0S.,  <-������ -   AGENTS,  REVELSTOKE  Dealers in Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, Kte.  A Spanish Squadron Steaming  Northv/ard.  The Hkrald for printing  HAVE   PASSED   MADAGASCAR  Bombardment of Port Aquadorcs ���������Five  Thousand American Troops Landed  West of Santiago.���������The Tenor Was  Not Destroyed by the Oregon.���������  The United States Protest to Great  Britain Against Canada Ecing Made  a Refuge for Spanish Spies.���������The  Feeling in Havana.  Special to the Herald  Moi.t: St. Nicholas, Il.iyti, Jimp G.  ���������Adviics leicived hum tho ll.ig.hip  New Yo'ik say th.it theie is no truth  in the lepoits that the Spanish loi-  podo boat dostmyet Tut tot- h.is been  sunk hy the U.S.  battleship  Oiegon.  Madrid. June (i.���������A ilesp.itch iioin  Baicelona says th.it <i well known  liii'iih.int theie h.is teietvcd .i dis-  p.ilcli to the effect tli.it on il.iy 27 a  Spanish S(]ii ulion consisting ol thiol*  ciiuseis .ind thiee othei pmtcilcd  vessels weie seen oil tin- island oi  -M.ulriir.isc.il inoceecing noi thvv.iul.  Havana. Via Vi:ii._"Chu_. May C.���������  People heie _iu* longing tm the coming  oi the Sp.mis.li w.uships .ind pio'css to  be anxious fin tho oiicourtei vv.th llu*  Aini'rii.in loici***. I~iep.ii.il inns lor  cieteiue aie ho.ng pnslii'd niirht .mil  day, ami the loitilii alirms .ne being  .strengthened along die coast.''. The  culliv.ited .ue.is ,ue being ine teased in  tl'i'dilleii'iit |iioviiHi's, Iml, Ine pine ol  tnnil is using imi .irlciably and lhe  dishes it, im teasing among the. unemployed. The anloiioiiii**D govei n-  ineut pioves to he a dismal lailiue.  New Yoitic. .June 7.���������A spec i.il to  the Join u,il putpoi ting to conn* 11om  the Mole nt St. Nicholas, i-av's: "A  u nisei . im veil hi ie lhis mm niiig vvith  dispatches lur Washington, which  l eiiol t 5,1X10 Aiuei ic aits lam led west of  Santiago. including engineer.- ai.d  s.eire .u-lillei v.,    v  C.xviz Hayti vn\ .] mie G���������At S o\ lot k  this mm mug ,i stioii1; (.union.nilis^r  vvas he.tid befoie pint Acjuadoic; a  qu.utci of .in IToiu laiei th*- nnis"  gieatly incieased. The filing was  evidently pi o( ceding limn films ni the  lui gest i alibi e.~  Despati lies rt*( oived at om- o'clock  p.m. iii'iii b.lnti .pro de Cuba" say* thar.  the - bonibaidiiieiir. neir Acju.-.d net;  continues. -,  Iji-iMJOV. .lune 7���������United Slales.  Ambassador Hay h���������s pintesit.il lo th'  I3iitis.li govei iiiui'tit against. Canada  1 >eiujr- made a  bast*  ot npci.itioi.ia   lo:  h\l lllish   ������'!-pi���������lll-HrCl*.  0-.l*"! H.iY't'ii*.*:. June 7.--lt is ie-  pm led licit'lli.U ]"ie.idenl llcmiviiv  ol tin* lepiiblii ot -.an l)omiiif;o, lias  been :is,b.issinati'il.  WAHI3XBH, il.C , .Tune 7.���������Ed'.awl  B.iwll', tin iiieily of WiniupL,'', has licjn  ii'Uldeied by ,i,h,i|flii(.|*i| n iin.,d Phillips,    'i'lii'latti'i i-. .iiii'sleil.  House Furnishings  Just received direct from S-coll.-ii'I.  II jou will come and look at our .. .  nnussi-.i _      _   TAi'i>Titv  s arr.ffc      wool.   ..   .    V-C*_!-_<1_.    * M.iOIU       japani:si: hugs and mil-aiu.*  WOOL fc-JUAKi-S  H.OOIt IirGS  -.-OCOASfT MAT-  You w III be pleased.   And don't forgel that v.e  have a  FulJ Ran������:e of Linoleums  AIsoIjAC-I. CURTA1XS, ARTJIUFIjIXSi,  TO\Vl~I__b and TOW IXMXC, BLfcACIIED  and UMIILI-ACIIIID tauli; LIXEX,  Etc., Etc.  Dry Goods  jV fine assortment.  BgoIs and Shoes  lliKgcst and best assortment in the town  And reincml er to ask to see our lines of  Straw and Felt Hats  \\V  ..111 huII nt rorfc iKittom prices nntl %il|  try to picnic >ou.  C. B. Hume & Co.  Kevelstoke Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake' City, B.C.  THE CONVENTION  The convent inn on Situnliy itijrlit  w.i-, hierhlv satibf.u toi v lo tin* stiiipott-  eis of the Tin nor nov ei niiienl. it vvas  tboioiifrlily 1'cpiesenl.ilive and the  delesrati"* weie men ol ��������� influence m  then icspi'i ttv e ( oininiiinties and lull  of (onhdenie and enthusiasm Then  choice oi .i (.rindulato toTcpresent the  Tin nei "rovei iiiueiit in this election  i.iiiiint but 10( onniiend iitclf to the  elcitdis. Mi. White is u man, v.ho,  dm inK bis ies dence in the di-l i nt ha"  seimed the i e**pet r, and i onlideui e ot  all '.vith vvhntii be has Lome ill contest.  In a peiiinl of lessih.in twelve inoiitbs  he hasalieadv in.*de himself so pi oinincur a position in llie le_t.il pt(ih_,sion  and hat of the piov tine thai his li iui d _  have been aliatd th it his duties to his  practice and c lie ii tn would s(,ucc.ly  peniiit liini to.iKi'pl, the nomination  .it thier hands. It was onlv ai the le-  qmst .md iiiiaiiiinoii-������n*h ot eveiy  novel nniL'iit suppoi tei v. Iim knew Mt".  While either pei son illy or hy l epilation th it he has co'ise'ited to i un. It  is a distinct, case uf lhe iioniiii.itinn  seeking the man and nut the m.iii seeking the nomination. ,  It cannot but t.1 like the iutilli-retire  of the decimate ot tlusiidinj; that a  ifcntleiiiriu who has made so sli ik.njr i  -suli ess in the icu:.il pioicssion heiein  so shoit ,-i time, must havea jrie.it  iii.-iny ol the (lUalilicationt, vv hieh vve  look lor and ilo-nc in om lepiesetit.i-  live, ei]eii.v, .' quirk i;iaspot business  aUatis, mtelliKeiii e and the irilts ot ar-  langinir the atscumeiits loi a case and  tin* pnivei.of e-pie**siiiir them cle.nly  and in an irilei estinq; and hucible  in mnei. Eveivone vv ho has* seen Alt'.  Wlntu h.indluia: i c.i-*e knows ol a tei-  l.iiniytli.it he does po****css. .ill these  fjiit** ind to tho-.c who have not had  the ih.mie u." (Iii.!)!; <-n. his stu-iess  must be sufih nut pi oof or the mallei.  Novv tins inlinpr waul** a reptes<*nt.i-  tive, who not onlv has thesood will  but.lhe talents tn do it -justice.^ If it is  to k te^v e . that leipsnition at the  hands of the !*oveiiiineut to which  its majrndic lent l esnm ( es cnl itle it. vve  mtiat li ive ,i man at Vu lorii who li'is  power lo 1 iy ,Ls i equirciiients and  i laims heroic lhe l.yislatuie nnd e\-  c-ulive tn a lui al and foi (ihl-i mini tier.  It is nol onouijh foi a mnn In Ilea mi'ie  "kickei.1' lie inns, knovv how lo  "k'k k" (o .���������clv.int.iste. No bod v who  knows'Mi. While, and everv bndv vv ill  have a t h nice* to know linn beioie  election dav. but i cioc_;iii/.e.s lhat.it  (���������!(���������( tcil,-iie 1'iu-t ii'-eniue a fni.e in the  house md iii.ijwjmiI" ie i-son.ihly ,ispi]_e  to".my h(in(ii__.'rtnii pii _!lion. \.!ui_.h lhe  trii ee'r nl a Icjri'sl itor has tu nflVi. He  would be ,i i epiesentai iv e who would  il" the ] idircr li.iuoi in evei y way.  In hi-* eh dotal addic-~, win* li will  lie Jomid in .iiinlli.'i . (oliiiun, .Mr.  White at'ts lhe eleiluis rntvlo plecijre  I !i**insel\ es uiit'l thev have had an  ii'ipoiliiiiil v������ oi -sii'lii'.-- him. The  Hhi; iT.o h.i. pei leti ((liiiirU'-'te m  llion ���������rniiil si-use thai (hev will not do  mi. A irieat iu mv ol Ihi'tii simply de-  sue lo see the l iduur vi.niliilv i epi e-  ���������-eiitfd. Criinp-iiisons *ie odion-. but  thei.* can 'v v ei v hi lie as In wlinm  .vill hi* (In* choii e o! all those vv lio 3i.lv e  the cli_r|iitv .md hoiiiil nt lilt* (on  M itueni y al he.n t in the appioailim^  t-i litest.  -AN-AMUSIN'-CUSS���������^-  So Mr. ICeihe is lhe timid- of the opposition ( nnv ml inn. "C"lioice ' of  ccu-.ise oul*- in a hiirhly fljrin.yive nml  poeIi(aI wav of ipeakunr. Tlie opp'i-  sition as evei ybndv has known fin  sovei il w(*ek-: past, h id nobody else to  Iniiur nul. Ifoivever that i*. only u  uieie iletnil.    Mr. Kellie is  the elioice.  Now it strikes lhe Hl"~~Al.n. witlmuL  wishing in the least to indulpre in pei-  sonalilie*:. that lie.elslnice has had  almost etioiurh of Mr. Kellie in n political e.ip.u iqv. Wi! limit denviiia. him  many cNd'Hent (jualilie-., il (an linidly  be said lh ���������! he shines is n lepiesenl.i-  tivc nt Viclniin. He has never exhibited (hat foice and eneijr*.* of ch.ir-  :k tei iutpss ii y I o impiess his fellow'  nieiiiliei-s wilh his opinion*.. ]nfaet,i������o  far is tliis fiom licinar the case tlmt. as  eyoi ynue knows who ha . ever visit vl  Vk lui'i.i (l.u 11jpr the **e*-*-iiin they seem  f o decline to tieat him serionsly'at nil.  The nirii p veheinr-iiL he Iici nines, in  his uf'ei.inces the moie they seem in-  dined to lancrh nt him. Aiid lhis im-  p- es-ion of Mi. Kellie li.i<~ trav eled nut-  -*ide the house and ji������i vades tin* whole  illv of Vielnii.t. When a member is  univ-pisdllv know n in thec.ipit.il cither  as Let Her Flicker Kellie or lhe  Koolenay Kovv. it appears to (lie  Hkkat.d th it it is settine; nhont time  for hi- (on<*litnents setiously to con-  **ider whether his u-efulnes** has not  becenie.. thing of the past.  As tn his rateer while lepiesenting  thisiidinpr. fuels speak for themselves  Tt lii". to say the least of it been of nn  inteiestinpr tiatme. Variety is the  spice of life and Jlr. Kellie seems to  like it. Novv without advancing the  pioposition that a cast ii on adhesion to  any particular p.uty i������=. paiticiil uly in  lhe present confused state of "our  pri'vinc ial politics, either needful or de-  -*ii able, still the Hi__i.jV_.i_i hns no hesitation in saying that when n in in do.si  make a change Ik* should have a  woi I hv and con vinciim motive in his  mind for so dointr. Does Mi-. Kellie's  1 ist rlianee nf policy st������vntl this test?  Mr. Kellie tell", us novvth.it theie weie  grave and weighty icasnns for the  c nurse which he adopted; that it was  not taken on account of nny appointment. But it i= a liltle tnoietent for  this explanation to go down. It h.w-  pened only IT-t fall and then the only  lenson ..(H-mred vv.is (he appoiiitinent,  of Mr. Sibbald .is gold eoiiniiis=ionr-r.  except .!������ al|fiirther (lincher (Imi Mt.  ��������� Wlv.t- w-.i- iHiitim* .-i governTiienf  buildingf.il- a few weeks' Mr. Kellie  held a meeting heie and disrouised  on   ihe-e   o'.iti.i~T'*s   at    lon-ideiable  length and wilh gi e il vehenieiKe.  Theie was, it is true, mention miiile ol  olher le i*nns, gi eat, big. ii.iLkci~-j.uks  ot le.isons, coveung seven pages ol  toolsL.ip, but ihey weie not piodiued  at the time, inn as l.u as the !li:itvi.u  knows, havethi-> ever been pioduiod  by iMi.Kell.e sfme. It seems to lhe  I Ii_.hat._i_i tliat the only e.spl illations oi  Mi. -telhe's l.tst change ol (.pinion,  which he has hitheito adv.lined, aie  lathei too slim to wanatil a in in. who  had been voting tor beveial session:, as  a si lriiirht t'ov ei nineiit'siipnoilei, in .so  suddenly disi ovei mg th ii he could no  h.nge: loconule his irii.s .enct- lo -up-  potl the govei niiienl .n*y loii',ei am!  is no'v jio'iig iinind the LOi.utiy denouncing the veiy polu y lm vvhu h lus  mvo vote has so ������lti n in en 1 o ge! v i e-  sponsilile. Mi. Kellie's liae in ji.iutiib  h.is heen a veisatiie and .iniiisuig one.  but it has m.i11 ely lieei. ot a ( hat at tei  to inspire much tonhdoiiro. Iu f.ict in  leviewmir lhe uicunislatices ot the  case the H_~lt.__.I~i is loiLi-d lo lln- iiin-  ilusiou 1h.it the _ni.un, if not lhe  onlv^ieason for Mi. Kellie's change  ot polity vvas that bethought the  Tin in i government vvas gopi_,tnlc  beaten in the ( ombig eiei tmn ,iud that  it was getting tune lo in ike liunsell  solid oil" l he other side. Wh.it possible  goal .mice can the oppns.tKiiiists in  tins riding have lhat in the e\ti ,*melv  likely event ol IheTuinei goveinineiit  being lelr.ined to powci and the evil einely uiibkel. oneof I.li Kellie being re! ni nul as repi esentativ e oi lhi_  lidmg. he will not be found ovei again  on the side wheie the plums ai������_ glowing.  THOSE TOOLS  - * *. i  An inimense polilital featiue is being  made out of nn!hing by.lhe opposition  ov ei the gieat tool (j'lestinn. The gold  Lonmiissioiiei thought, and a good  many people, who .lie nol bultei .ng up  I ho w ru king in"ti foi their votes iust nt  piesent, thought like men. tli it theie  weie seveial bundled doll.ns bpimr  expended eveiy yc.ii cm Inols for mad  woi It whii li woulil hive alar better  eltedj il rep" c'sented in the district by  an e\!ia tiail oi so evijtv ve.u instead  ol a lot ol lit oken a\es aiul nuiUoLks  siritleied all oiei the'sceiieiy. So'lie  decide-1, that, in fit! me t.ien getting  work fi.0111 the, govyaiimenfc, should  piovide thi'ii ow"irloii!s,..,!'i people who  trtke ri coui lace (o peif'iiin (eilain  wnrk. as a in M'ei cl i ttt usually dn.  JJnweve;-, the dep n Inn tit thought that  a itis!cun. which though wislefui. was  an   o-tabbs-hi d one, ..(Ui ling   (l   luge  II iss, should not be- ton suddenly  (bunged and the tools will be given  out .'g-un lhis Yi'rd as befoie.  An immense an,omit ni humbug has  been evpi'i'de.'l mu lhis iniidei.t to  (uny lavoi vv.th iiie woik.rig n.en.  The pom old Sin ul lobs up its eyes to  heavei*. and d she^ up.i hit ot si_.]_ciiiii;r  gull' about the honesty ot the deir  woi king men nf the I'evei. toko tiding.  Who dm,liis theu honest}? Honesty  oi-__io���������h.nt.'-dy the {.I'.t-ieiniii.is���������tliat-  oul of five oi si*_ h uud led del l.u s expended yeai altei ye.it fot lunl*. joi  this wni k. thui" is mil soiinuli.is .in  a\e helve in thegnvei nmenl possession  to show. The hnnesiv ���������������*���������(��������� do doubt is  tho honesty- ot the politician*- who aie  gelling oil' this I waddle in oider to  make lliemselves-sciliil with the woi Ising men. Nobnily doiibis llie honesty  ot the vvnrlvii.gmen as.ni.iss, Inil (heie  nmsi. In* gi.ive diiulil of then* -anily il  they allow ibis fuh mm liypon.icy to  have .in*, elicit (.i. then voles.  KELLIE UNDER ���������  A COTTON ROOF  Sir. Kellie iu his wisdom and forethought last fall could see nothing but  defeat i'or the Turner govei imient, at  the last sps_iun of the lcgislatuie.-nnd  :k Loidinglj- look himself under the  Uotlonioofof the opposition to got  out of the rain of defeat that he in his  gieat foi esiglit imagined was going to  overcome the govei nmenl. But the  lain descended and I lie floods came  uud the Cotton ioof busted, and gie.it  was the diencliing thcienf. The government v. as lelt high and dry in the*  hat hor of .Tames'Bay, and Mr. Kellie  today is a wiser and wetter man in the  ocean of impossihililies and vvith'out it  compass. The elec tois ol this riding  vvill not vote for a man who vvill shew  the white feather on the least pietext  thai, inny ciop up in his own imagination. The woikiiigmeu. the prospectors, the mineis and investois of  the province want men of coinage to  repiebent them���������not cnwaids.  Nothing But Greed For Office.  The fight this year in British Columbia, has been denominated by some as  I .i conl est, between the Ir.s and Outs,  vvith no issue at stake. In ji incasuie  this is irue. exeepl lhat the Ins are  hacked by a l'ecoid satisfactory to the  people, while the Outs hive nothing  1o otier e'tcepl cnmpl.lints and a desiio  for ollice. ���������Ciailhinok Hi'infd,  Provincial Election Day Set.  Th" wi its for the pi ovine i.il elec linns  wei o i-iui d .Satiuda) . nomination day  being IK ed loi Sat mil iy, June 113. and  the eleihens ou .Sal uiday, July 11. Finn  j ears ago the elections weie held on  Jul} 7. so thnt tln-ie aie jusl two days'  dilleii'iue th.s yea:.  Lost, Strayed or Stolen.  Lost, stiayed oi stolun, two things  called platloi ins. One ol them was  made by Chailis A. Semlin. Fi.mi is 1,  (Jailei-CoUon and Donald C'laham. Il  was a leiiiai i.ahle thing. Theie never  was anything like it lietoie. Theie  nevti will lie anything like it again.���������  ViLtcu ia Colonist.  It Weeded '���������Fi_.i���������' " And it Got :t.  The opposition nomination ((invention w as not so li.ii nionioris last ev citing .is the clique expected, lul.it tit  was not by .my means a unanimous,  meeting. But "atlei constdeiable "fixing" the diflii ulty was ov on nine,  Kellie In ought net and all lushed iiu  the Vut'ii ia, wheie such a "nice" time  vvas spent by the delegates and  tuends.  Ko Platform, Says the Miner.  The Vic toi i.i Tunes is ol the opinion  that il. lcqim es no gilt of piopheiy to  see that the appio.u lung elections will  he the sleinest b ittlc evei fought, in  llu* histoiy ol the piovince. To om  notion tins is a vei y i hhculous statement. The .'.ppositiou p.u ty is in a  hopelpsoly imoig.mUed condition, is  without a leadei, has no platloi in and  is utteily disc icdiled. "How m the  name of cniiimnn sense cm such an  outfit expect to dn anv ellective work  ���������n the pte-jpiit campaign.  l he Ophir.  Messie. Claud E. Wood. O. D. Hoar  .un! Gem go Lafnt nie i el ui ned on Satin day fi urn McCulloiigli Cheek, wheie  they had been inspecting the Ophu,  L ist Chance and Gei tie pi ic-er "leases.  Mi. Wood, vviin in company with  W. White. Q. 0.. has ai(|uiied the  Ophu and nlso holds options on the  othei tvvocl.iims, w.is vei y well pleased  with the rippe.ii.inrc ot. the pi opei ty.  He lelt vesteid.iy lor England, ., heie  he intends lo float a c oinpany to woik  the leases, "        '  Where -Is Mr. Weils Atv  . Mi-.-Welis,' who a few weeks ago vvas  nominated as the imposition candidate  by ,-i tmlv opposition convention, has  the lollowing teiso ietii.uk in his  atldiesc* to the electois as published in  the J_!ist Ivootenay Miner:  "Not dues it mean that Iain in full  alliance with lhe opposition patty as  it has stood befoie the Legislature  cliim.g the past four ye.us. For this  ii-.isiiii, it no other. I vvouid ask at the  hands of my constituents, il elected, a  hec indulgences nt my own judgment  as tn the eouise 1 should adopt in this  p.u Initial lespect.  ,-_���������   1.1c. Whitc'j Committee I-ooin.  Mr. While's committee loom has  lieen opened m the building belonging  to P. li. Pcti'i-Dii. I'isl ai toss tinin the  l-KIt.vijD ollice and opposite the Vic-  toi ta���������l'utel.-=-_t~w ill���������be���������opeu-evei y  day ti mu one o'clock p. in., and Mr.  G.urant will be in .itteiidani e ior the  li insactiiin oi buhiness The blank  loi ins of application loi persons wishing to get their names on tho voids'  list vvill he I'ound in the room. The  chilly papeis will also be louiid on the  tables. Blank forms ol application  enn also be olii.-iirad in the oflice nf  G loan ii to Co.. Fust, stieet, next dour  to XV. I^e.ise to, Co.'s stoic.  That Ain't No Lie  Without taking .inv put in the di:--  cussion, lhe Recoid might be allowed  to suggest thai I he chances an* that if  the kitchens and g.udens of the opposition weie looked into, mine than one  Cliiii.iin.in could b" lound. Fuilhoi.  i! il close scull! well* made, a little  section ol the Glnuc-e language might  be found upon the laundiy of many  men who an* now howling. Ohme=e  _M.it tin."���������Russia n-.l Ret oid.  The Harry Lindley Co.  '"The Two Oi ph.ms" as played by lhe  H.iuy Lindley Co. last night, was all  light'. Theie* was a, big house "smii  none could I iii to rippieciate the iiigh  st.indiii d ot exc olleni e which this troop  icached in lontodui mg such a difiicult  play ou sueh a miseiabk*' slage.  Among the specialties. The Death of  Nelson, as sang by Mi. Gibbons, vvas  the hit ol lhe evening, and would stand  lepe.ilmg. 'Alone iu Londor, ' one of  t.he companies' best plays will be put on  tonight. None '1 T-s than ,-i biunpei  house will gleet them.  Wedding Bello  A pietty wedding took place this  m..ruing at. seven o'clock in St. l'clei's  chin eh. when AV. A. "iloi-iis. the well  known and popular uccounlnnt lor JI.  N. Coiiioier, was united by Rev. F. A.  Fold in holy wedlock to Miss Janet  Klhel McLean, sister of Messis. C. 11.  and R. McLean, lu spite o! tin; early  hour, ipitlc a number of people weie  pieseiil, in the chinch. The service  Wjisihor.il.Mrs. Haig presiding nt the  organ, and tin* marringo psalms weie  chanted, and the hynm., '-The Voice  Hint. Breathes Oe'r Kden" and '-Oh  Pel leet Love," wei e sung. The hi ido  was given ni. itv by hei brother. Mr.  P.. Mc Lean. Sh: F.13 Wells in ted as  best man aiul Miss Mabel Coibelt .is  bridesmaid. Tho happy couple lelt on  this morning's train lot Nelson.  Laforme Creek.  A good deal will he hp.iid ol' this new  mining camp this season. The company that own the Adair gioup vvill  commence work on Iheir cbimis us  soon us the snow goes off sufficiently.  The surface piospeds on this gioup  nie veiy ptomU'ng. Next tu the  Adair group is n. claim started by  Pick ud last season, to work which he  foi med ii company while down in New  Brunswick this winter, which will  also commence npeinlions shoitly.  Messrs. Brown to Pool Uav-i* aheacly  stalled men up to begin woik on the  Noble Thiee, .i most promising pioperty, which they ncqnned finm Gore  & Jackson this winter. Theie aie  plenty of provisions already at the  claim, which was the pioneer locution  of the c-ainp. no lhat tlit'ie vvill he no  difficulty in commencing operations  right away. The Vancouver parties,  for whom .Shannon to McCallum started  sruiie locations in this camp last year,  also intend doing vvoikjftiiis season,  so that on the whole L-ifoime cieek  vv ill he the seem* of c (insider.ihle mining activity Lhis smuttier. If it turns  out as well under development as il,  looks on lhe surface, it vvill soon take  ,.i limit rank among Kootenay camps.  Too Bad. Uncle Sam.  Nuw Yomc. June 4.���������The Join nal  pi nits the follow mg undcL Cape Ilav-  tien dpi 1 iring it went ovei the utile  lrom Santiago in JGmnpe today. "This  niiu'imig I heie was he.iv v i aimouaditig  which Listed fjom :5 to . ci'i In.ck. One  alined Amci ic.in ti.ins - Atlantic  steamer tried to uui over the hist Hue  ol tot pedo defences. The Sp miaul.  let hei do so. lint when thu American  ship, .vlucli had ahead}- got into the  pass, attempted tn 1 un over the second  line of tm pedoes the Spaniards set fh e  Jo one of these, .md the Aineiic-an ship  'sunk inuiiedlately. An oflicer, an en  gmeer and six seamen have been made  prisoneis. The n line of the Amencaii  ship is unk'iown as well as the nimibei  nl vicUinsJiave peiished."  Savage-Lee.  About thirty friends and iol.itives  issemhlod at the lesidetice of ill. and  Mis. W. J. Leo yesterday aftei noon,  to witness the mairiage of their  datightci. Miss H.ittie Lee, to Mi.  John Savage, by the Rev. Jlr. Thompson. Miss Alice Nntlhey acted -is  In idesmai'l, w lnle I~c~.l_.lw.uds assisted  Iheginoin thiough llie tiying oideal.  Alter lhe maiiiage luniheon w.us  set veil .md the wedding p.uty left for  the depol where thev- took their de-  p'utuie on No. 1"on theii-honeymoon  trip amidst showers of"*i!i-e and old  shops. The bride was the recipient of  many usetiil and beautiful piesents.  The HnKjUJO join, with the many  friends ot the h ippy young couple lii  vvishiug them a pleasant and piospei-  ous journey thiough life.  The Wnite Committee  . Al a meeting of Mi.-White's suppoi I e:s held in his committee iooin_.  opposite lhe* Victoiia holel. Monday  thelolIowinggener.il committee was  elected vvith power to add to their  numbei: C. B. Paget, W. M. Brown,  D. Cash ito, F. Julian, J. McC.uthv,  W. B. Pease, O. I). Hoar, John Patte'i-  son, C. F. Lindm.uk. L. A.Fietz, Dr.  Jell's, D. McC.u thv. J. A. Stevvur. R,  Cavley, E. JI. Jenkins. J. D. Kellv.  Br-"M��������� Malcolm.���������GrR7~\Veld_t.7~W7  Best, F. W. McGiegnr, D. Stamper.  W. G. Birney, W. Fleming. W. A.  Linibke. J. Aikcnhead. Dr. W. B.  McKcdinic, G. M. Clarke. G. 1''.  Giog.in, A. Johnson. F. Gaiiaud, R.  Guidon. T. Kilpatnck.  The eoneial committee then proceeded to the elc. tion ol an executive  ol seven. the following gentlemen  being dec ted: XV. M. Blown.-CF.  Litidiii.uk, Dr. JMcKedinie. A. Jnlm-  stin, John McC.uthy, T. Kilp.ttiiek  anil G. 15. Ging.ui. Al, a subsequent  meeting of the executive Mr. Btown  was (hosen chairman, Mr. Lindmatk.  lieasmer, and Mr. Giogan,  .secretary.  Disappearance of A. G. M. Spragge.  Fnday morning it began to he  tin-talk in omul town that A. G. Si.  Spragge. the well known lawyer, had  been inisiiing at his nllhe and at the  Kevelstoke Hotel, vvheie he lived,  suite Wednesday evening, and a hi id  inquiry levelled the tact tint the  rumor w.us true. Mr. Spragge was  bust seen in town about lour o'clock  on Wednesday afternoon. He vvas  noticed to appear lather gloomy iu the  e u ly pal t of the day. and in tact this  change in his iimi.i1 demeanor had  been a matlei nf comment for the past  few-days. At about loin oYiock he  obtained his gun, whicli he had ex-  pies-ed himself as veiy .lii.ions loi'o.  fiom t"ioviiicial("onstahl(JMcR.ie. who  had it in his possession. Mi. MeRae  wis in attendance-at the county  comtnnil theie was some delay in  getting the gun. which appeared to  put Mr. Sprugiro nut a good deal.  However, he got his gun and was last  seen app.uetitly by a man at the old  smelter going along the liver bank  south. He did not Lui ti up that night  at his hotel noi the next. Thursday  morning his dog, which was missing  vvith him. was seen coming home finm  the direction of the smelter. Se.uch  p.uties wetc mule up and hunted  thiough the bush on the liver hank  and all over the countiy aiound the  gun club grounds, hut without finding  any trice of the missing num. The  event has excited treat cm iousity and  interest heie, ivhcie Mr. Spiagge is so  well known, and vanous sensational  conjectiues have been put foivv.udto  ;k count for his disapearance. The  Hliiald is however inclined to think  that there is no solid foundation for  Ihese al.-utiling solutions of the tnys-  tei'.- and believes that Mr. Spragge  vvill 'inn up si fe and sound with a  pel loci ly ii-ason.ililt" and coiinnon-  p! ice explanation ot the whole busi-  i ness.  SAMPSON  AND SCHLEY  Bombard   Santiago    Di   Cuba"  With Success  THE FLEETSDIDEFFECTIVE WORK  Hurt���������They Left Morro  >-s ��������� - i c  American  The Spanish Batteries Replied to the  FL-e of the Squadrons With Little  ' Effect���������The New Earthworks of the  Spaniards Knocked to Pieces���������Est-  nello and Catalina Fortificstions are a  Mass of Ruins���������No United States  Ships Were  Castle   Alone     Owing   to  Prisoners Being Confined There."    "  To the Editor of the Hebalu. ���������*  Godericu, Ont., June 8.���������Cameron"  was duly sworn in lieutenant governor,  'if the Nort hw est Territories yesterday  afternoon at his lesidence, by the.  cleikof the pi ivy council, who' came.  forth.it inn pose. The family ofJM.rC'  C.iineron and a few immediate friends*  were piesent. *  -  Kuy West. June S.���������On board the,-  Associated Press ho.it -'Dandy." .off  Santiago di Cuba Monday nocjn,Jvia.~  Kingston,. .Tam.iea, Tuesday, June lu  The United States fleet this morning:  engaged the Spanish batteries defending the entrance to the harbor < ati-  Sanliago di Cuba, After three hours';  I'ombaidment^they silenced nearlyft\\  the foits. destroying sevei-al earth,  works and rendered Estrella and Oayo_  batteries, the two principal fortifications useless.    '        - ,.."_���������  * - -       i       .       - ,_%  , The fleet  formed in .double column.,  six miles off Morro Castle ut" 6 o'clock.  Tuesday.iiioi ning -and steamed_s!owlyr  to within   3,000 yards off  shore. (Th"~-"  Brooklyn ~was   loading,' followed   hy '  Marblehead; Texas .and Massachusetts, .'  and turned westwa.i-1.^In" the'second.'  line the New-York^ was" leading with  the  New Orleans. Yankeeriqwa mid^  Oregon followed and turned eastvpii-d^-  the Vixen Sua wane  were far  out^fti^,  the left flank watching the rifleme_v.prt_"  the shore while Dqlphine and Porter  did  similar  duty on the right  flank..  The line headed hy the New York attacked   the   new  eiu-th. works .near  MqrrowrCa-tle.   The Brooklyn column.  took up a strong position opposite the. ���������  E-tii'Il-C.italina. liaUeiies   new .earthworks   aJong^ihe___shqrp.__Sudd������plj_  ,-i  ' i e-i  ,'Zt  .: u%^  >, ^-,  *��������� *  il  ', <-"1*,  ���������"��������� C * 1LJ,'l  ��������� 'i.*  n  -..,  ***-  Ai1  U:  \ s  ���������i.i  ">���������"''{'  i    * , '*> L  *   ,   T\  the Iowa fired a 12 inch shell  which  '.  struck the base of the Estrell batteries.   '  and tore up the wot ks..   Instantly the  filing began ftom both Suiipsop'sa'inl, -  Schley's columns and torrents^of shells.  fell upon   the  Spanish  works., .The.  Spaniards replied  promptly,  Jmt ihe..'  artillery was of very poor  J7icilities_  and most  of their shota weie   vvide^  The smoke settled around the ships in.  dense clouds tendering accurate aim-,  ing difficult.   There was no manoeiiv-.  eiing.   the  bliips-   remained   at   their  original stations "and kept np,a steady.,  fire.   The squadrons were so close iin.  shore that it was difficult to i;each the-  batteries on the hilltops, but the firing'  w.is excellent.  'i     '   ������������������*    ��������� r  Pieviotis to the boinbHidmentorders, _  were   issued     to    prevent, firing on  Mown Cristle, as Lieut. Thompson pnd.  other prisoners of the Mew imac were  confined there.  ti.   ���������    ������������������  The final fire of  the fleet ifas very,  destructive  and  many ot the earthworks   were   completely    de^tioyqd..  Tlie Estrelloand Catalina fortifications,  are so badly damaged that it is ques-.  tionable   whether they will ever, b������  able to lie renewed  dm ing  the   war.  NoU.S. ships were hit.  ^'���������*.7i  ' ��������� uA  i*'  War Briefs.  Spanish   outposts   at  Mauihi were  di-iveu b.uk by iiisiugents.  Over two hundred riot _is in Belfast,'  Ireland, were sovei ely injured.  The first contingent of the U. SJ  Manila expedition are expected at  Honolulu.  It is leported that Petei-son. has  failed in his fast Atlantic Hue scheme.  The   plebiscite bill passed throusrh.  committee and now; stands ready for  its third reading in the Senate.  _il.ii tin Thorn, who was convicted of.  the murder of Goldensuppe in   New  Yoik, has lieen executed.  '   - *  The contract for the building of. the_  Belmont-Hartney extension of the N.  P. to SI. iailvvavUld. n-rvr-g-t Ymg- r��������� r,*"-g"-m***������������^a'.~~~ttMWU������i snrtMjeMXMsaxnxss^tM  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests ct  Revelstoke, Lardum. BiR Bend, Trout l_ikc  lUecillewaot, Albert Uanyon, .lonlnn  Pass and K.iKle i'ass Diatricla.  A. JOHNSON.  ...P_ oprletoi-  A Sciiii-Woekly Journnl. published in tlio  ialcrcsia ot Bc.elBtoUo and tliu .urrumiiliUK  district, Wednc-jdaj s nnd Siiliu-da.-. making  closest connections witli all inn.-is.  Advertising Hales : Display ad.. ?l .SO per  column inch. S2.00 per inch vvlieninsorti-iion t: lipase. Legal ads.. 12o p*.r (nonpareil) lino ior  tlrst insertion; 8c for each additional lose: tion.  Heading notices, 15c por lino each issue, l.u tli.  -damage and Heath notices, tree.  Subscription Hate-,: By mull or carrier. S_ (XI  per annum;  *l.'~j for six months, uu icily ni  f_,ri _"!_____ __.fi  Our Job Department: Tub IIekm.u Job  Department is ono ot tlio host uqiuppeil  printing 0-lccB in Wcu. Kooteiniv, nn.l i _ pro-  pared to execute nil kinds of printing in nrst,  class style at honest prices Ono prico lo nil.  No job too larpc���������none i"o small���������for im. _ l-ul  orders promptly iittcndeil to. Givu us a trial  on your next oidi-r. ,  ToC-rri*_ pondents: Mo mi cDriTspond-  ence on aoy subject of inn rest '.o llio (.oiicrul  public, and desire a rulliihl' regular cones-  _ond������nt '.a everv loc-li' surrounding  hevclstoko. In all e .sou the bona lldn. nam.  of the writer mu.iaocomr.aiiy iiLinuscripi, Mil  not nec&sBarily for public-ilio ..  _.d(_reb_ all communication.  REVELSTOI.E HERALD  Rcvclstoko. d  C.  HOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1. AU correspond ence must bo legibly  A-ritten on one side of iii. paper only.  '>. Correspondence containing porsoiin!  matter must hastened-with 1'**" i)T I'ur iiuiuo  of the writer. ...  ?,. i.'orrespondcnce with riiiaren.io to anj  thing that has appeared In another p'irer  must first be olTeroJ for publication to that,  paper beforo it car, Kiiucar in Tub ll_it.vi.n.  WEDNESDAY.  JUKI.   S,     1S0S.  PROHIBITION PROSPECTS  The decision oi" the Government  to expend a qunrtei-ol' a million  dollars in taking a. plebiscite to  ascertain the wishes of ��������� the  Dominion in the matter ol' the pro-  hibition oi1 che manufacture, sale  or importation of all and any kind  of intoxicating beverage.including  cider, has called forth the question  from Sir Charles Tupper as to  ���������whether the Government aro prepared to give effect to the wishes  of the people wheu they have been  made known. - Sir Wilfrid Laurier  fences with the question, which ho  stigmatizes ay "most nnreason-  .able," and positively refuses to  commit himselt by stating wliat  the -action of the government  would be in ease of a nitiiority in  favor ot the temperance party,  but in the heat ot reply to such  impertinent questioning he let  slip the remark thacif there was  no majority large or piunll "the  matter would drop aud drop  forever." This statement will fill  the temperance people with considerable unea.iuess, as had the  premier announced ouly that the  question might be dropped for a  time, they would havo had some  encouragement to persevere. But  to "drop forever." ' "Oh what a  fall was there my country men.''  mice, if any, of tho money realized  frutii the sale of the deceased'-  effects will bu paid iDto court iu  accordance .villi the law in such  eases.  On th<_ laxity of public opinion  and of publicotlicials in regard to  inilticbts there does seem to be  ground for comment. Wo havo  been informed that in the con-  si ruction camps on tho Crow's  .Nest; railway bodies are frequently  interre.il without an inquest; when  the circumstances fully ivafi'iinc a  thorough investigation. in one  case a man who had died suddenly  vvas brought into T'inclier Creek  for burial and but tor the  ins'istent'o of one individual ir.  would never have been discovered  thac he had died from lho effects  of an external liniment administered internally, by himself or  others. In the Webster case an  im iuii.se would have .shewn  wltoiher any one was directly to  blame for the unfortunate  accident. Jn Great Hricaiii or any  other country where human life is  valued the burial certainly could  not havo taken place without u  proper inquest. The fullest, and  freest inquiry into such a case is  fair not only to tho friends and  relatives ol the unfortunate  victim, but lo hit; employer, who  may be unjustly blamed in tho  matter and who has a right to be  allowed to show that he hud taken  due precautions for the safety of  his workmen, if he had tn ken such:  .just as much as the workmen have  a right to .show, and the public a  right to know, that he had  neglected to take such precautions, il' he had ?o neglected.  Tlio coroner's inquest, is a solemn  public safeguard thar, should bo  liui'dly and sacredly upheld.  GROWTH. - .  fes, build your dam as high as you can.  i~ou think I'm biii-11, Inn I'll toll you all  I'll _;ct over it���������over just so���������  ind mako your wheel buzz dovvn below.  _ on ("in11 stop mo whilo water Hows.  I may bo n rivet yet���������who knows?  Seo how ihe brown mold over mo sifts.  Bury mo decpu. 'l'.eath loaves in drift*.  Forget I'm hero, deep out of Eight,  Wli-io it l-i din h���������os dark ns night. .  Vou can't lndo mo while neorns grow.  I'll be an oul* tree the next you know.     , '~  Keop mo in dresses and play I'm a girlj     ������������������'  Keei) iny long hair nicely iu curl. "'  iiui, I'::i a boy, doubt that who can.  And somo bi-icht, day I'll bo a man.  Tho woi ld vvill know mc���������that's what I saidV-*  For I've a (.linker ia 1113- head.  ���������Sarah I". Winslow in St. Nicholas.  Dp, JWalloefe  l"h;sician and Sui-^ocn, McKonzio  Avenue, llevcluto.c Station, B. C.  NO NEW FAD  CORONERS' INQUESTS     .  Calgary Herald.   -  Two correspondents have  written Tm-: IIkkaIjD on wha.  appears to be a growing scandal  iu some parts of the North West,  particularly along the Crow s Nest  Railway. A letter from a Macieoci  correspondent says:  "The way a recent inquest lias  been by sheer force, influence  aud money hushed up aud quashed  is nothing less than a public  scandal, that the press ou behalf of  public safety should take up  and  F.  Oliver. M. P.. should   be  __Hiade_-to_-_=tir_-_=in _h__m _tj.e_..  What security have you, or I, or  - anyone, that a friend or relation  may be killed by a railway  or any other powerful corporation or individual? Wo may  never hear of ic. or that his body  has been shoved underground  without proper inquiry.  "Imagine in England a coroner  or any other judicial official being  sat upon and gagged because ha i.  a poor man and cannot n fiord to  defend himself or his ofiic'i'. In  England his ollice would defend  him. I believe it to be without  precedeut lor a judge to is-ue an  injunction to stop au inquest, and  suppose this is all riglir. is an  inquest in the ease not to be held  at ali; though in the public  opinion and that of the jury it  should be held'' And is not the  fact of certain persons moving  heaven and earth to quash that  inquest the best of leasous for  holding it? Would a man assured  of his own innocence in the matter  try to baulk inquiry? Would he  not challenge it?"  The other letter refers to a wise  which occurred at Calgary, ^x.  man named Scott Webster was  fatally injured in a stone quarry  by some of the machinery falling  on him. He had no relatives here,  and apparently few friend**,  though a quiet, industrious, honest workman. The public heard  about his accident and were also  informed that it was thought he  might recover. He died, however.  and was buried without an inquest, news of this only reaching  r.he press some (lays afterward-.  This may have been the fault of  the press, but one would think  those responsible for his alfairs  should at lea"t have published the  customary death notice. Complaints from two quarter*" have  reached the IIkualii criticising  the manner in which the estate of  the deceased was wound np, but  after inquiries from various  people cognizant ot the facts ir,  does not seem necessary to publish any comment; on thfs matter at  present. The administrator, who  had a "written order fiom ilr.  Webster to take charge of Ins  affairs, has promised Thk IIrrai.I)  a full statement when the  accounts  are paid,  and the bal-  In all considerations of the feasibility of an Auglo America ii Alliance there always appears to _ be  an uncle-current of feelitg  amongst Canadians, at least, that  the Ministt'y at Washington vvouid  always want to be the dominant;  partner. Of cout-.so common interests may become so stroDgand the  necessity i'or mutual assistance su  great, that this feeling may be  merged in a really genuine partnership between the nations  speaking one eommoiiclanmiagc  The very plain spoken words of  Mr. Chamberlain and thu ready  response it has rnet vvith amongst  our American cousins indicates  pretty clearly that the United  States is becoming aware of tho  fact, that some alliance will bo  necessary to protect t hem. elves  against growing European jealousies-. Tho immediate cause of  the Colonial Secictary's remark,  was tho action taken by Kussia in  the matter of Tort Arthur, after  their repeated . assurances that  l'ord Arthur should be a freo port,  and every J-.rir.ain is fired vvithin-  dignalion afc the double dealing of  tho l-ti-sian government. Wo  must not forget that this notion of  Anglo-Saxon alliance is not a new  fad���������it has been iu tlie minds of  many for somo timo, aud ic is not  S(> long ago that the Americans  were as loud as the English in  their denouncement of the misrule  ot -the J-ioers in South Africa.  Canadians  will wish the .Alliance  God speed.  If the war does not kill Admiral  Sampson it will make him a rich  man. His share of the prize  money up to date is $150,GU0.  TOOTHBRUSH AIDS HEALTH.  Suii-d. Teeth and -tody Only to ' Ho Had  by Its Frequent Use.  It is hut a littlo thing, yet on its  proper uso depouds much of tho happi-  ncsii of modern mnu. Why civilized  teeth should ho so rotten is a question  which lias often been debated, and probably tho truo answer is more complex  than somo would thiuk. Many good1  mothers nro content to put all toothache  down to lollipops, hut that sugar iu it-  ecK is not responsible for bad teeth is  pi-ived hy the splendid "ivorios" often,  posseiised by negroes who practically  livo upon tho sugar cane aud thrivo  upon it, too, during tho whole of tho  i-cason when it is iu maturity. Dontal'  decay is commou enough, however,  among negroes iu towns, aud it seems  clear that tho caries of the teeth which  is r-o common among most civilized  races ia duo not to any particular article  of diet so much as to digestivo nnd nutritive changes imposed upon us by our  modo of lifo unci to somo extent by tho  fact lhat hy hook or crook wo do somehow maua;-o to live, notwithstanding  our bad tooth, whereas in a Btato of nature tho toothless man soou di.os.  i-ccogmi-iug, then, that uutil the time  arrives when somo great social reformer  either mends or emls our present social  conditions our teeth will tend to rot,  and that, whatever tho predisposing  causes, tho final act iu tho produotiou of  caries is tha lodgment of microbes on  and around tho teeth, we seo that for  long to come tho -.toothbrush will ho a  necessity if tho health is to he maintained. It is only hy the frequent use o������  this little instrument that thoso minute  accumulations can ho' removed which  nro at tho root of so much mischief. A  few elementary lessons in bactoriology  wonld, wo fancy, greatly startle many  peoplo and certainly would show theni  the futility of trusting to one scrub a  day. Tho fact is that if people, instead  of looking at the toothbrush trom an  tostliutio point of view and scrubbing  away with toolh powders (!) to mako  their front teeth whito, would regard  it merely as an aid to cleanliness, they  ���������wcuhl seo that tho limo to uso it is after meals and afc night, not just iu tho  morning only, when tho debris is left  from tho day befern has heen fermenting and browing acid nil night through.  They v.-onld nlso seo how iuefficieuc an  instrument tho common toothbrush is  unless it is used with considerable judgment. One of tho secondary advantages  cf spending a good deal of money on  dentistry is that at loast one learns tho  value of one's teeth. By tho time wo  have got them dotted over with gold  stoppings and gold crowns vvu learn to  take caro of them, oven although thac  may involve tho tronbio of cleaning  them more than onco a day and using  pc-hap-t mere ..than ono brush for tho  purpose. ���������H ospi ta 1.  ���������". M0L80N8 BA!  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 18_o  Paid up Capita!     -    ������2,000,000  RastFimti   -     ���������    -    1,500,000  Head Office���������Montreal  BOARD OV DIREOTOBS  XV .Molson Miicpherson, President  S. H. Ewiug, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J. P. ("leghorn  II. Mark land Molson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manngoi  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockvvood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individiials.firma.  bankers aud municipal aud other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  English and American exchange"  bought and sold at lowest rates.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MKTH0PIST CHURCH ��������� Kovolstoke.  _."reac_in_. services at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. (Jiatts meeting at the closo of tho  morning service, sabbath School and Bible  Class ac 2:_0 p.m. Weekly prayor mcotinK  cvor7 Wcdnesaay evening at "ilitl p.m. Tho  public are cordially invited.   Beats (reo.  ItEV. J. A. WOOD, Tastor.  o  HURCH    OU~     ENGLAND-St.    Peter's,  Mr. Sifton's Galician policy is  getting it in the neck all round.  The "niiRAi-i., the Edmonton  papers, the Wetaskiwin Free  Lance, the Grenfell Sua,' the 1-fc-  gina Standard and the Winnipeg  isor'Wester���������in fact every paper  interested, that is not tied baud  aud   fooD   to    the   Governmen  Ttamt-C the 2~aby.  She was a youm.- mcthc-r, ond it wa .  C.T--. ret-   -Ir. iv.*.; t~;_   nr. rri. j*i-.-_J_____n(_i5_  intelligent���������ia fact, there nover waa  sxich an infant. Bo she thought it should  have a name which would distingui.-h  it from all others. After a great deal of  thinking .-ho acuouncfed her decision.  "Papa," she (-.aid to the'happy father,  "I have thei:;.}!. of a'-name for the baby.  Tf o will csll tier Imogen.''  Fans, was a matter of  fact man, who  have   strongly   opposed it.  thu Galician- are .still coinin":  there are more to follow.  I  "Soain's i'olitical Future" forms !  the "theme of a most important '  paper lurni*--hed by the Hon. Han- j  ni-j Taylor, late United States  .Minister ui Spain, to the North  American llevievv for June. So  long, Taylor asserts, as Conservatives and Liberals stand together to maintain social order  tiuder the existing constitution.  Spain is safe from the horrors of  a civil war, and no student of politics who has carefully examined  exi-ting political condition'" can  believe that the time has como lor  her to depart I'fiim inonarcnial  in-tituli uns.  Tiie Alberta E'laindealer r-ay  while the Government, may be '  proud of its foreign immigration |  policy, the. people of Edmonton  arc-not. This is apropos of the  recent wholesale importations of  Galician?. ���������\[r. Oliver, Ixl.P., ex*  ptessed his opinion in nthe same  direction and says he is doing all  in his power to prevent such joli  lot invasions, hut finds Mr. Sifton  in love with tlie Galician lace.  This i.s one of lho thing'-: in which  the Mini-ler nf the interim- has  shown that he either doesn't,  understand western s-onliment or  ignores it. ,,  The man tm the New York T"rpf.s I  who wiote tliis still livct: "lt is gen- I  (.���������rally admitted that Snain will keep j  up H.is rflc'iith-ss  warfaii-  "-.j  loirg a. :  she bus Havana to-back-cr."' I  i  The Winnipeg General Hospital is  to I.e ciiiigr.-il.iil ifcd (Hi the m.igiiili-  c-ciil, (I'liiiilinn or yKl.frlJf) it li.-t.s jus-l, n,-  reived in aid nf tin: construction of (lit  Jubilee Wing from cm eastern gi-ru.li;.  mail who desires to remain nameless.  BPvAKCHES :  Aylmer, Out.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  "Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Out,  London, Out.  Meaford, Onl.  Montreal, P. Q.  Sir. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morris, burg, n~ifc,  NorwWi, Ont,  Simcoe,  Ontario:  Ottawa, Ont,  Owen Sound, Ont.  Kidgetown, Out.  Smiths Fulls, 0_l'  Sorol, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Out.  TorontoJunc'n.Ont  T;c_.ton, Ont,  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock, Ont  Winnipeg. Msm  Vancouver, 13, C.  Revelstoke, B. O.  prayer daily ut 0 o'clock. Fridays at 7:30  Sundays and Festivals: Holy Communion at f  a.m.. morning-prayor at 11. Sunday School  and Bible Class at 2:30, evening praytr at 7:30.  First Sunday in Iho month Holy Communion  at morning services.  FRANK A. FORD, Viear.  PRESDTtTERIAN CHURCH-Reyclstoke.  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Bib'c Cl ins* al 2:30 p.m., to which  all aro welcome. Prayer meeting ac tl p.m,  every Wednesday.  REV. P. D. MUIR, Pastor.  CATHOLIC   CHUROH ���������Revel-  Mass   lirst and third Sundays in  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  ROMAN  stoke.  T_HE MINIM EXGHJ_J_GE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house iu town.    White labor only.  The bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  Free Bus .Meets Jill Trains.  GUS L13.ND Proprietor.  F. JVleCJIRTY  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 1653  Regular meetings aro held in the  Oddfellows' Halt on tho second and  fourth Wednesdays of each month  at 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren  cordially invited.  Dr. T. Jeffs, ~.V. M.;   T. J. Graham-. Reo. See.  W.G. Birney, Fin. Sec;  _.. S. Wilson, Treas.  .Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F.,No.346i.  Meets in lho Oddfellows' Hall on tho  2nd and 1th Fridays of  each month. Visiting  brethren invitod to  attend, -  .T. B. Scott, C. R.  J. L. Smith, It. S.  Ellis & Grogan  Victoria, B. O.  Revelstoke Branch:   .1. 1).  Quebec.  X-Oison, Manager  80-&F5-IAI   ������_M  -i-Hst:  Kt._s.-_ Of.ic  Paid Up Capital  !C,  CANADA  Toronto   "  '   ������2,083,000   -   i,'_O9,QS0  Directors:   '.  TT. S. I-lovviaiKl, President  T.R.Meri-itt, Vice _?res., (St. Catharines)  William Kamsay, Kobert Jailray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  .Sutherland Slaynor  Elias Rogers.  D.R. Wilkic. General Manager.- '  i-resolics  id British Columbia  Insurance, Comnii������sion and Mining  Brokers, Calpary, Alberta.  Agent for tho Queen Firo Insurance  Co., of America.  Represented    by    XV.    MORRIS,  RcvelB-Oltc. nli-tf  .Wholesale und .Retail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JWDTTOJi .MD.SJ10SJI6.E  Fish   and   Game   in    Season..      Markets   at   Revelstoko,  lievclstoko Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  merchant's Hotel  IHecMcwaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  Best  Grogan ������& Co,  -General Agents  ^���������*������������������  (Successors to J. D. Sibbald). Insurance.  Real Estate.   Mining.'  Loans.  Oillce: First Street, nnxt to XV. _B.l-casc&  Co.   CkdoMorciLg and Neil. '  North West  Brandon  Calgary  JSdiuoriton  Essex  Fergus  Gait  lugersoll  Vnricouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  i-nrtage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South iSduionton.  ONTARIO..  Niagara Falls   ISt. Thomas  Port Colborne iToronto  Rat Portage     IWelland  Sault St. "ib-riotWoodstock  St, Catharines I  JMontrc.'.I, Quebec.  Agent-   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  .Ltd., 7_ Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may he deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agenl-s in the United States���������New  Vork, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of SI 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. ������*tc  Gold Purchased  _n__ls_B_ n"--Issu_s_Spe-~!_.l_Hecelpts  CHOICEST  CISJIRS .  TOBACCOS  CIGARETTES  SOFT" DRINKS'-  ICE CREJLM SODAS  ICE CREAM  Bicycles   Repaired and  I'or Hire  R. .M. SJWTTcHE   ,.  J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  ~~~~~~~~~~~������~_naesy  The   largest hotel   iu  town. ���������      Centrally    located  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   aDd  Cigars  Best   -accommodation. Eatcs    SI     per  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE ;  day  mlll-tf  THIRD STREKT CENTRl".  To.  Fortune  Seekers  If you try your luck'-jirOBpcctinK  in the -Lardeau District, don't'  pass I. M. CITRON'S Kcnoral  store at Thomson's Landing, - hen  you can buy the cheapest and  best miners' supplies in tho district.  I. M. CITRON '  Large light'bed-.rooms.     Rates  Tablo furnished with  the choicest the market  ���������ilTnrds. Best Wines  Liquors    and      Cigars  $1.00 a dav.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE; Proprietor.  KIIif_������_D_^IE_.  liUCDBE  Doops  Sash  Turnings  .Mouldings '*  TRY THE NEW YARD  Arrowhead Saw &��������� Planing" Mills  Revelstoke Agents:  PIPPY & WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  ' .  ml-tl  THOMSON'S IjANDIN'C".  which will be accounted fop at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts In the  Yukon ank nor*thern districts.  A. R. B. KEARN,  Manager Revelstoko Brar.uh  liirti k_e~~r there v.-a-' nothing in that baby  and ! different irom most other.", andhedida's  wish to S-0 his child tacldlod vvith a  name that wouldn't, Lt in with other  circumstances.  "i-'ancy her niarrv.'Cg a mnn tiatriod  t-ncioki!," ho thought. "linof~'_i Siiookj  v.-il'l sound vine, i.r.,ir& il? IJur if X _-.iv  to r.ho'11 b.jjiu to cry u:;'l vvill luhit-t  upon it, "  -iftor a little reflection ho tLo"~~~lit of  a pi.in.  "J. think that'- a l..v_ly n.isv, ti'.j"  dfar!" ho cried. "Itwmny lir.t _.���������������'_(._-  heart's. She ���������vvill tak": it as a c .ijili-  inent, and it will always remind me.  Yer, that and your dear ninth-r'.*. i:_:._o,  ____fary, aro tha be.t I know."  "I think, r������ip*'." "tli" "-aid nfi'r :__  paii-O, "vvo had hotter ..ill lies' Mary,  after my mother."  And the artful man (heckled to hiui-  self.���������Strand .Magazine.  , ���������""_-.��������������� fnr our l-torc-tlni- books " Tnvont-  i ci'> ir.!|i ��������� i-uii "How you arc swindled."  , ^. -.'' i. - rough slcotch or model of your  i lu*. >*i.ti>ni -ir Improvement nnd vve will tell  , ��������� oi froo onr opinion aw to whether it is  , ;nr,!,:-.M_ .i.iir-i'iahlr. Wo make a iprr-jiaHy  , ." -|.;,!!'.it. ,r,i rejected in other hands,  i ILtflic-trif'Tiiicu- furnished.  MARION & MARION ,  PATZNT SOLICITOUS & EXPERTS  ("!*-'!   .  -_,������r)' ir:, -,|   FncdnePTB, (.rarlnotra of tlio ?  nl.    PETRETTO  Tfee- Roman  Sfeoe j_\ak,ep  i..i  \h*  I- ���������  ? i._>.':> .  / OfFICES  1 of  KiWliir-erlnr.. llacliclora lu )  *l":i-  ?.   fjival   T,*nl.er_ty, Members)  *���������   \.*..i. Icui-ln.  Ai-frlr-an Water Work*  :.  '.-..   I'n7l������n,1  M"utT Work. jl3������Oc.  <-,-,   l<|,(x i.rtion, jVuso.. M-iilbcr C'aa,  ( t*i. i niflfirca  HEW IcaK lift B'lD'C. HONTREAt CAN.  ATL.STI3 BUILDING., VfASHlllCTOK, D.C.  A Con.ipicnoun }*rr*r_dJ. nt.  "Shiftless as over, Thomas?" said fhe  ���������wealthy ancle. ".Still n,.iking :i f.jiiuro  of lifo, as ycu always Jiavo done?"  "I don't know that I'm such a terrible failure," sulkily answered tho poor  relation.  "Why, you havo nohody but yourself  to support, and you can't mako both  ends meet."  "Well, tho rainbow has only itself to  mipport, and it doe?n't make both ends  meet cither."���������Chicago Tribune.  FERGUSON  fhe  Cer.-.rc   of  the   Lardeau   Mines  Antwerp llclliu  J'rom tho cathedral tower at Antwerp  80 hells havo for over 200 ysar_. ruuf;  out tho grandest music for tho benefit  of tho peoplo living on tho (.rein fields  which bordrr the Scheldt. Onco a year,  in tho month of February, tho authorities select tho music, and tho orj;au  plays every hour from tho old masters  of Chri-tinn sou),'. '  When Cortes invaded Mexico for tho  Hccond time, ho had 80 musketeers aud  SO cro-3bo-vmon.  Tlje  Pioneer3  Stope������  tof Ferguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co. .  CiiCVKliAI. MKKOHANTS  1 k'.-ilci' in .Miners' Supplier--, Hardware.  ('iii.-crie.-:. Dry Goods.  Kvcrylhinir  in   Ic   To'ii'd In :*. if.nera! store.  l'csl Oi'.lc- iii ronr,__ln.ii.  A! ourTBN'-.MlI.K Illt-VNCIIftons  I'ovulri'. Op-. Fui)_. t.'o.'.l. Steel,  and al! Miners- and Prospectors' Supplies are  kept on hand  Dealer' in   Roots  and   Shoos.    "Mackun/.'.o  Avenue, two doors south -Molsun'd Hank-  Harness Repairing done. "  Moderate Prices.   Work Kuarantecd.  If You Want  PORE COWS .MILK,  Guaranteed Unadulterated.  <3otoTJ_E EUROPE DAIRY  JIRH. F. JULIAN.  J.ICepnaglzan  Cappentera  and Builder*  Ollice and IVorkshop:   Opposite Court  House. Kcvclstokc.  Finns, specifications and rstimates ..iven on  aPtiHeiition. The laruest stock of doors, sash,  brackets, turnings, mould ,ng3, ba30 casings,  kiln dried Hoorirg. eeilinjr. and all inside  ilnisli is now in slock and will be olfered ct  ii- ices never beforo quoted on thU i-ido of  Vancouver. Any or.i* requiring any of the  above materials will be consulting lhair own  interests by getting my prices before ordering  clsowbcre. a2r-tf  Saddle    and     Pack    Horses  always for hire.  l'~reiglil.iiiK*-'in*l  , specialty.  Toaming   a  Daily Stapc loaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Luke City.   For particulars write .  . _^ __^ .      "CRAIG to. HILLMAN, TuoMsoy'ti Laxpixo.  THE  LAST  CHANCE  To secure one ol' those desirable lots  CHEAP on the C. it K. Steam Navigation Company's site.  Dont wait till ��������� the boom hits the  town in the spriiifc lilto a cyclone,  but BU1T NOW.  HAIG 8c CRAGE  Sole Agents.  Robert  Samson  Wood Dealer  o   and Drayman  . .  Drayi-p. anil doll very work a spocialty.  Teams nlwnj'R on hand nt shortest notice.  Contract] for jobbing takon.  Agent   for the    Standard   Oil   Company.  E. .Wood  J_Fe_2iteet  and Builder  Ef timatcs, plans and Bpccillcations furnished  on application. Shop and ropsir work  promptly attended to. Wood carvloij a,  specialty. .    Work    Ehop   on   Front Street.  Tfee Revelstoke  Pfeoto Company  Revelstoke. B. C  STUDIO: DOUOLA.88TREET.  What Do You  ft  Want in Shoes ���������  If you want a good Mine:  D. Jenkins.  Shoo como to  I f you want n good I'rser cctora'Shoo como  to D, Jenkins.  If you want a flnoor stront. Cork Soled Shoe  como to L< Jonklns.  If you want a Long Leg Boot come to D.  Jenkins.  Shoes and Hnrncss repaired on tho shortest  notico. All lines of work kept in stock  at prices to suit a~1. !,  D. JENKINS  First Street, ono block from tho  Imperial  Bank o( Canada,  Rovelstoko Static i, B. C.  J. i^. Hull  & Company  Uu tellers   and   WIiol03aIcj  'amf  Retail Boaters in Beef, Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and KEVELSTOKE  All orders in  filled   our line promptly  ������ FRANK BARNARD  Brick andiStone mason  chimney biiitdlrsc a .picialty. Contracts  promptly nltondeu to. Material furnished  when called  for.      All   work   guaranteed.  First Street, Revelstoko Station.  li  ���������^M *������  r~  THE END COMING  THE   SESSION   DRAWING   TO A  CLOSE.  Mr, Tarte's Methods���������No Explanations  About the Plebiscite���������Trtbutcs to  Gladstoue ���������Sir Charles Departs ���������  The Auditor Again.  (Special Corrc.'ijioiutcnci: )  Ottawa, May 'JO.��������� One week more  should end tho session, but as yet the  bccond set of estimates for the year is  not on hand. Sir Wilfrid hoped Io  have theni lendy nioiethan it week  ago and several date** have lii'cn made*  hi nee lor thoir iippi'iti-ance. but Laurier  the* Unreadv is suli claiming delay. U  seems that the cabinet is having hoini*  trouble over these appropriations, and  hence the various* postponement**,  which have no piec-edi'iit in pailin-  luentary hislotv. The. main c.tiiiiiitc's  are nearly all voted, but the supplementary list for tbe cutrent year,  brought dovvn a fortnight, ������go, has not  been touched, Mr. Tuili'V. .tppiopna-  lions have occasioned moil* discussion  thiMi that of any olher minister, lor  Mr. T.irte has highly oiiginal ways of  doing things and ecpially novel nielli-  ods ot delcnding bis proceeding*-.  Since'his sworn testimony ia the  Drummond cemm ties that bo told an  nnttuth In parliament about Mr.  Gieenshild's cheque, the Ilouse has  not been too eager to accept Mt.  Tarte's explanations. Moi cover, the  Minister ol Public Works h.is' a hab.t  ' of promising to pul bis contracts; up  to tender, and of breaking his promises. He made an explicit statement  last year that when he got a vote, for  electric plant foi-public building here  lie would give no contract without  competition. Without regard to lhis  promise he made a contract without  tender. He found the department engaged in dredging Toronto Harbor bv contract at a coot ot less  than 12 cents per yard, Uo took  away- the contract from the  men who owned dredges and farmed ib  out to men who h.ul no plant, giving  them 9S an hour. Tha contractor  hires a dredge at it much lower rate,  making a profit of twenty or thirty  dollars a day, while the-vvork costs the  eountrv between 14 and 15 cents pec  vard, instead of 10 or 12 Again air.  __enne_t of Simcoe, says that the new-  dredges and tugs built by Mr. Tarte at  Soiel, for use on .'.eorgi.m Civ, cost  more than twice as much as they  would co_t if built at the place where  thev are to be used. A hull which cost  Mr."T.irte _j.S,0(X), beside the expense of  transportation to Georgian Bay. could,  according to Mr. Bennett, have . been  procured at Midland" or Oiven Sound  tor $3,000. Again Mr. T.irte'shows a  lofty disregard for t.he i tile that works  ���������costiiig'more than So.OOl) should be let  Ivy contract. (Ie is uiipicssed with the  --dvaningc of doing eveiy thing hy  days work. The mcthiid _i nines hign  but is s.iid������to be useful at election  ��������� times.  THE l>"jI"I!!~"C~TI-~' -  The plob:scite has gone to the Sen-  al_. In the third reading in the  House of Commons, Sir Charles Tupper again asked the Premiei what the  government proposed to do in rase the  limjoritvof the vote should be iu favor  nt prohibition. Sir. "Wilfrid rctiiscd  information. The Premier s.iid ft vvas  unreasonable for members of P.irlia-  menfc to demand a declaration trom  the Govern ment. when lhe temperance people and the prohibitionists  were satisfied without it. Sir Willrid  went on to sav that if the people voted "no" tho thing would be settled. If  thev voted "yes" it would then be the  '.duty of the iiovei-inient to consider  the question and determine whether  the time has come for action. In  short Sir Wilfrid now explains that in  case the people vote for prohibition the  Govei nuient will hold itself free to refuse it, while if they vote against it  the Government vvill be relieved of all  obligation. "Suflicient unto the day  is the evil thereof" was the scriptural  -Uelinition of the Governments position  _,Mr. flr.iig, who thinks that a majority,  of thft total vote registered ought to  be required, argues that- the time for  the government to decide constitutional questions and the difficulties is  before the plebiscite and not alter.   It  ' Beems to him to be unwise to,put the  people to the expense of the vote if  nothing is to come of it. Mr. Kaul-  bach also pleads for a previous understanding before the vote is taken, so  that the trouble and cost will not be  incurred for nothing. Mr. Flint who  supports the government,butocc.~_ion-  sillv moves prohibitory resolutions  says tliat he is satisfied with the silence of the Ministers.  sifton's jjecommendations  Speaking of prohibition, ib turns out  that Mr. Sifton is the first Miuister of  Interior who has recommended the  issue of liquor permits. The permission to whiskey peddlers to convey  something over 1UX)0 gallons of whis-  kev into the Yukon was granted on the  humble request of Mr. Sitton himself.  He has sot been able to find a precedent.  TRIBUTE   TO   GLADSTONE  The committee appointed to draft  resolutions on the death of Gladstone  reported od Thursday. The resolution  reads. .   ,,  "Resolved that the House of Commons of Canada desire to record the  profound sense of the loss the Empire  has sustained in the death of the Rfc.  Honorable W. B. Gladstone.'  "For the'period of more than   half a  century Mr. Gladstone   bas  been one  of the most conspicuous figures  in the  - Parliament of Great Britain.  ''Four times Piemier of the United  Kingdom, his teniue of office wuS distinguished by tbe inauguration of  sound fiscal and political reform of the  greatest and most far reaching character, and he passed away full of years  nnd honors amongst, all nations, the  mostillustiions man of his generation.  The people of the empire arc his  mourners and the House of Commons  mi-Canada lay* reverently on his bier  ���������Hiin tribute and testimony of the re.  _.pc__l and* alVectioiio with which they  regard Uie great statesman who has  ���������d-uartcd," , , ,   .���������.  Sir Richard Caitvvright and Su-  Cbaiii'S Tupper had spoken on a previous day. Sb- Wilfrid delivered an  oiiinte and phasing address in -support  of thin resolution.hi which he claimed  for Olii.l-.umc~ that he was superior to  the ol her three great men of lhe last,  luilf conl in v, favour, Bismaik and  Lr'ncoin. The premier closed his remarks with thi'-0 vvonls,  "Now. sir, he is no more*. J_.tigl.incl  is today in tears: but fortunate is the  nation which has producedsuch .i man.  His work i*. not done; his work is still  going nn. The example which he  gave to tin' woi Id will live lurever,  .���������md the si'i'tl which he has miwn with  such ii cdpiou*. hand shall still germinate and heir fi uit under the lull li^'tit  ot heaven."  Sir Chillies gave way to Mr. Costigan who olfered the triliiuo of the  Irish Canadian . to Mr. Gladstone,  closing with this acknowledgement.of  Mr. Gladstone's services to Ireland.  "Sir. Gladstone's elVort-s in the  sacred cause ol homo rule for Ireland  I'lideaii'd liim tu lhi> Irish peoiile. His  .sympathy and hi* ell ui Is gave lolin'  Home Rule -.itiM* the il.giitiy tin:  sticn-jlli and the salely ol .i great const ibulioiin I movement; net only in the  Uniled Kingdom, bul, vvh-TCVi r In. li.  men and their dosi'i'iidaiits work lur  the mother land. The grand measure  nl reform lias been delayed: and in the  struggle Mint. Ireland will continue  unto a glorious victory, un moml  toici> will help nioie, probably, than  the nieinoiy that Ireland's cause bus  had the sincere approval and generous advocacy of a man so gieat and  so good."  TI113 I.lUBIill I.EI'Alri.S  Sir Chailes Tupper left on Friday  for Kngland. 'The Opposition Ivader  has been constant in Ins iittendanceon  the House and on lhe committees.  ICai'ly iind I ite he has been in his place.  Nothing has escaped his attention. Sir  Chailes has giyen no factious opposition, but b:v* taken a large and independent view ot all u utters th.ib have  come up in lhe House. The Opposition party has acted during the session  in perfect harmony and the members  who sit on the left of the Speaker  ate well satisfied with tho political  remits of tht* session. Mr. Foster who  led the Opposition with so much success during the fighting period of last  session now takes the iead.  GIVE THE  AtlDITOIl A CHANCE.  Tho last motion to wliich Sir Chailes  Tupper spoke was proposed late  Tlui.rday night. It grew out of the  teports of the Auditor-General on  numerous payments "I' money hy  Ministers, sometimes as he thought  unauthorized, sometimes as he claimed  illpg.il, often unjustifiable in his opinion, and always irregular. Auditor  McDouglill reported* these c������..(*s to  parliament as the law requires, hut  some ministers and some private members" have found fault with him for do-  ings-o. SirLouisDavies in the public accounts committee took exception to  these strictuies, and some government  supporters, declaimed violently against  the auditor. The motion of Thursday,  which was proposed by Mr. Foster, affirmed that Mr. McDougall, as nn oflicer of parliament, entrusted with the  dutyiot the payment of public money,  should he encouraged to givo to the  House the fullest information concerning these transactions. The motion  wns btought forward" as an amendment to the motion for supply, lb was  opposed hy Sir Richard Cartwiight  who, however, expiossed a desire lliab  the auditor sh-iuld be tree to do. his  duty. The motion was defeated by  only the small majority of 17.  killaji's cov _.  The Public Accounts committee has  been investigating the in itter of Mr,  Kill.-iii's cows. Ths evidence shows  t,hat-Mr. Killam's cows loll lhrough a  bridge of his own to the railway track.  The biidge which fell,down was ono  for which the Government was in no  way responsible. The previous owner  of the farm had taken S130  from lhe Government and had  given a receipt relieving the department of all liabilitv in respect  to the bridge, past. pre**pntaiid future1.  ���������Years after when Mt*. Killam allowed  the bridge to gpt out of repair, the  railway authorities* proposed to clear  it out of the way altogether, and Air.  Killam only saved it by promising to  make repairs. Three yeais later it fell  with his cows on it: Mr. Killam made  a claim on the late government, but  the Department ot Justice examined  the recoids and found that the Government wns in no way liable. So the  matter rested unfiltlip change of gov-  "_rn-n^iit~,~when"]Vli'r_Killai_~,~li~aviii"g~1r  pull with Mr. Blair, ngain* presented  his claim. Mr. Blair allowed Inn: S70  each ior the two cows killed and the  three hint, overruling, nob only the  officers of his own department, but  also those of tbe Justice Department.  LEAIINED CANADIANS,  The Royal Society of Canada was in  session here last week. The lion of  the occasion was Gilbert Parker, the  famous novelist. Mr. Parker is only  -10 yeats old hub alip.-idv holds ... high  place among British writers of fiction.  He is exceedingly modest and  a pleasant man to meet. Though  he lives and works in London  he draws his inspiration and his  themes from his Canadian birthplace.  Those who heard his altogether charm"  intr address on Thursday evening on  "The Art of Fiction," will not soon  forget that remarkable discourse,  which was quite worf hv of the author  ot "The Seats of tho Mighty," People  who met Hall Caine when he was heie  express no desire to see any more of  him, but all who havo conic in contact  with Gilbert. Parker will be glad to  h_ ve him come their way again.  WANT A REBATE  ~ The Dominion Cigar Manufacturers  Association is endeavoring to obtain a  rebate of ten cenls per pound on all  cuttings exported from cigar factories  in which solely foreign leaf tobacco is  used. The association claims that for  all cuttings so 'exported an equal and  probably a greater quantity of un-  stemmed raw leaf tobacco must necessarily be imported, to replace such export. The 10 cents import duty is paid  on the unstemmed leaf, and is equivalent to about II cents on the stemmed leaf, >.e., cuttings exported. Thus  it is argued that the revenues of the  government would Iip increased bv the  proposed rebate. Thos. Lee, of Winnipeg, has been appointed to cooperate with the representatives nf  the association in their endeavors to  secure a favoiablc decision from the  Government.  SUMMARY OF NEWS  One hundred rind seventy British  immigrants arrived at Winnipeg on  Wednesday.  On Wednesday wheat was quoted  at Brandon at is 1.12: and at Fori. William at $1.2.'".  The C. P. R. has reduced telegraph  rates lrom Manitoba points lo the  coast by '_���������- per cent.  Contractor Jas, McDiarmid has  st.uted work on the erection ol new  station buildings at Moose Jaw and  Oiii'biTry.  South Kdmonton is considering a  proposition to form a joint stock coin-  jinny for the purchase of ,-i Waterous  the engine.  Edmonton has a club railed the  Koney island Sporting Club. The  membeis have puiohas-ed a sl.aiu  liiimch which vvill be placed on Cooking Lake.  Thos. Brownlee. one of tho oldest  conductors ou the western division,  has been appointed tiain muster on  the Crow'.-, Neil, with headquarters  at Macleod.  'Che Toronto Evening Telegram has  a special dated London, M.-ty ill.��������� It is  announced heie that the Duke ot  Leeds will nu)'*l, likelv be Loid Aberdeen's successor as Governor General  oi Canada.  The contest for "the sculling championship of Canada will he rowed between Boh Johnson and Jake GaiicUur  in Vancouver harbor on Dominion  day, July 1st. Tho agreement has  been signed.  A Winnipeg gentleman claims to  have made an invention which promises to revolutionize the bicycle business. ,.lt docs, away with rubber altogether and has non-puncturable tires,  and at the samo time,rides quite as  smoothly.as the pneumatic. Just at  piesont he is keeping the details a  profound secret, but a model has been  made and tried upon the streets of  Winnipeg at an cat ly hour. The lest  proved very successful.  "Weather conditions and thehohdays  have checked business in the Dominion, hut trade is reported good in  nearly all- linos.0 Ten onto reports a  l.u no volume of business in dry goods  and heavy sales of . American prints.  The Klondike demand is considerably  Ipss active. Wheat crop prospects in  Winnipeg and Ontario are reported  flattering. Montreal reports the shoe  manufacturers busy-nnd trado gootl in  neaily all lines. "Warmer weather  bas helDed the distribution of summer  goods. Exports of -lobsters to the  United States, are 100 per cent larger  than last year. "Business failures in  the Dominion of Canada this week  number IS, only one half of those of  last week, and compared with twenty  in this week a year ago.  Two cent, postage does nob appear to  bean immediate development in Canadian postal annuals, judging from  the latest addition to the list of stamps  issued by the depaitment. The new  arrival is in tbe shane of a three-cent  st.miped envelope. -The new issue, is  quite an improvement on the previous  stamped envelope in design and workmanship and infinitely better than the  cheap post cards that have appeared of  late." The centre of the new stamp  consists of an embossed head of Her  Majesty,! according to tho modern  type, while above and below arc white  letter inscriptions "postage" and  "three cents" in scroll work oval. The  word "Canada" appeals iu color above  the stamp. Some parties arc already  wondering whether it was put there as  an afterthought or appeared thus in  the original design. Popular appreciation ot the new stamp by collectors  will depend a .good deal on the solution of this question. *  The Toronto Globe says: J. F. McLaughlin, well known on the Toronto  and Chicago Boards of Trade, has successfully "cornered" th- Provincial  oat market, and $50 a ton is now  talked of here as a futtiie price of this  cereal. Mr. McLaughlin has been here  for several weeks and represents a  ���������syndicate'of-Chicago-gi'ain=-opei'atot'~>f  who, realizing the scarcity of oats in  Alanitoba. the Northwest and British  Columbia, set about to corner the market. Their efforts in this direction  have .been very successful and the  markets from Winnipeg to the coast  afc now "cornered," and it is impossible to obtain oats except at fancy  prices. So quietly did Air. AIcLiuigli-  lin work here that it was not until lie  had mndo arrangements for purchasing nearly all the stocks held by farmers and small dealers that his operations became known.. When it was  known that t he market was corDcrcd  prices yesterday advanced to $30 a ton  and daily advances are now looked  for. An attempt by local men to fill  orders at Edmonton proved futile, ns  the market there %vas also "cornered"  and prices advanced Satuiday $1 per  ton. The situation is considered serious, as the demand for tho northern  trade is gteat, and, should projected  railways he built, it will bo enormous.  Local merchants who have hitherto  controlled this trade are now strictly  out of it, as thev can hardly get  enough- outs to till the demand, and  the Chicago people, through AlcLaugh-  lin. will reap their harvest. The situation here is all the more exasperating  as the Ashcroft demand has" recently  been veiy heavy, nnd it is impossible  for local men to fill orders from that  place.  RECORD OF THE CARS  YU KOfi JWflP  Published by THE  rIi_i_ALH, acknowledged to  oe the most complete and  accurate map obtainable  of the overland routes to  the Yukon   I. ithog-aphed.on heavy  or light paper   MOST RECENT NEW. PLAN DEVISED  TO KEEP TRACK OF THEM-  A Novel System by WMcli Railways Arc  Now Able to Hold Their -Equipment  in Ohock���������Impossible for Cart, or  Kugines to Go Astray Except Through  Gross Carelessness.  Ever sinco railroads wore first organ izod  lt has boon found necossary to keep a  record of tho movements and location of  all classes of equipment. At first tho  methods employed for this pui-poso wore  crudo aud unsatisfactory, hut as tlio ro-  quiromonts woro revealed by erporienco  novv mothods weio adopted; still for a  number ol years past no advancement of  noto has been mado, consequently the  methods now in voguo aro found to bo  inadequate to meet tho demands. Recently, however, experiments havo Ucon ro-  nowed, and tho now system of car records,  invented hy XV. li. Iioccluiiu, bids fair to  solve tho problem aud place tho recording  of cars abreast o������ iho times.  Tho'now method is a very radical departure from all others, because it abolishes the uso t of boohs, pons, inks, and  pencils, and substitutes for che.o articles  typewriter machines fitted with an attachment; for holding a roll ol! paper rape.  This tape is an inch wide and is perforated into detachable tags exactly one inch  square,-having a holo punched through  them at tho upper end for the purposo of  hanging them on pins. Tho basis of all  car records is tho conductors' reports,  usually made at the ond of each trip,  whioh show, besides other iicccs-.iry information, the number of each car in tho  train and tho number of the station from  which it wits ttil.eu and at wliich left.  The number of the cars, together with tho  number of tho tram, the number of station from which car was taken and at  whioh left, anct dato -if movement are  printed on tho tag*, by the typewriter  operator. Tho tags iiro then separated and  hung on a pm in a, 'square on blackboards.    These blackboards are eight feet  C. 8. Paclean  ARCHITECT,  and BUILDER  Estimates furnished. Plino mid specifications Hindu. Am also prepared io do  Bhop and lob vork on tlie bhorU'Ht  notice. Satisfaction .iiiariintor-ri la  ovory case.   Gall or write for tornin.  Main Street      ���������      Rovolstoko  Be Sure and register at the  BjqLMORJIL HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is provided vvith the'best  the market all'ouls.     Rates from $2  lo $3 por day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������  Proprietors.  If jou wnnt employment, or  lo .king for a houso to rost v\ lu.n  jou leach Vancouver apply to  The  Vancouver Employment  and  House   Renting Ageney  331,    Ha._'.i-i.3    Street.    West.  Tfoe Vernon Soda  ��������� Water  Wopk,s . .  M. J. OBRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  _Taauf-Clu*i*r of Soda Vv~atcr, 31hkci'  Ale, -arsapulla and all Soft Drinks.  A full sunplv kept in >=tock ut Mc-  Curty's Cold fcioraari, where ordeia  can bo left. _,S0 s w-tf  JAS.   MoMAHON  '8.  AND WOOD WORKER.  It is not so much what you advertise, as ilis the way you advertise;  thai brings trade.  A number of overripe statisticians  aie endeavoring to provo that a mnn  al. home anil in bed is in more danger  rf death than a man on the battle  lii'ld. Piob.ibly. But it depends a  good deal on what happens to be the  matter with the man in bed.  Trice $1.00.  Together with a copy  of special edition of THE  Hkkald, containing complete information regarding   routes,  supplies, etc.  The Herald  Calgary,  Alberto..  KEEPING TRACK   Of 'iirtl CANS.  long and threo foot eight inches, wide,  and aro sot up on 1101-503 at a co'nvonioii.  height from tlio floor in sots of twos iu  the form o������ an inverted V.  Tho boards contain 8,,~ij0 spaces ono and  one-quarter inches square, so that the two  -nan!, will piovidc spaco for ..,100 cars.  Tho pins used for hanging' tho tags on  ire about sis inches long and removable. They aro mado of aluminium, having a washer about ��������� ono inch lrom tho  ond inserted in the board to prevent them  from going through.  'Tho tags usod nro of various colors,  with meaning as follow.,: A whito tag  for a loaded car moving on tho homo line,  mil yellow for an empty. Red is for a car  delivered to a connecting lino, and bluo  for a car l-oturiicil from same. Bod and  bluo tags show car numbers, numbers of  61 ition, and dates of delivery' or return,  as tlio caso may ho. Pink indicates a vacant number. Green tug represents a  junction movement hotweei- roads.  Tho simplicity of this .new system is  its most striking feature, ai.'il the maimer  in which ifc facilitate*, and expedites tlio  work of recording cms is very remarkable. In llio first place tho"4 equipment of  a railway is divided into tho two classes  ���������passenger and freight. Thoso classes aro  ii'-?am suh divided into othor classes according to their kind. For example, tho  freight car oquipnient of the Grand Trunk  is separated into nearly twenty-flvo dillor-.  ent sub-divisions, onoli sub-division boing  composcd-o������-c,irs of-iliffcrem.-dimensions.-  Carriugo cars aro ..0 feet long; houso cars  30 foet long, etc., and inasmuch as tho  requirements of tho tiaflio differ and c ir_  camiot bo used indiscriminately, tho necessity of grouping tho equipment together  by elas*03 is obvious. And heroin is ono  of the most advantageous features of tho  now system, if not, its strongost point;  the equipment being separated by classes,  tho car (Us.ribuuir can obtain information desired as showing tho location and  service of any or the various kinds of ears  by running the oyo over that section of  the hoard wheio the group otcars wanted  is to bo found, l-o-ailiing m an economical  expenditure of time and labor. Tho sumo  results follow lho work Ln all directions.  Kucli pin contains a complete history of  tho niovoinoiits of nn individual ear on  the homo lino, as woll as the junction  movements between otlu.t lines, for a  period estimated to cover about two and  a hull years. Tho pins being removable,  tho tracing clerk can lako ono or morn of  thorn from tho boards (substituting other  pins for them so ns not to interfere with  tho work ot making tho record, which  must go on uninterruptedly) nud thus  make his tracings of lime, freight or  other movements without obstructing tho  work of oilier-. This ohvintes what is  known as "lost motion" hi tho old sys-  toras; tliat is, interfering with tho.progress of making tho records while obtaining information, wliich occasions a great  103S of time. Many features of tho now  system aro virtually automatic; fop instance, tags only accumulate on tho pins  when cars move, so that tho moro expeditiously tho movo the faster tags will  accumulate. Cars making but fow movements havo hut fow tags on tho pins  assigned to tlicm, aud this is automatically disclosed to tho eye at a glanco.  Tho "interchange board" shows at all  times how many cars aro in possession of  other railways, direct and indirect connections. A count can ho taken any day,  or as often as necessities require, and  tho usual statements (weekly or monthly) can bo quickly made. Tracers for ears  absent from homo lines cm bo mado up  and mailed to tho roads having possession  of cars, thus enabling tho owncrs.to follow their equipment, closely and insist  upon its return to their service, all tha  work being dono without tho uso of a  pen or a drop of ink.  Countess ~-licoU!'.''f_e. Knitting.  Tho Countes of Warwick has b_en establishing a knitting industry at Warwick  for cycling, shooting and gelling sinkings of a finer aud better sort than tlioso  tisually made. Hiss Fortcscuo Yongo has  been holding classes in different parts of  the town, and tho '-.home seems likcl? to  provo a great success.  -WnRona, heavy and light, built, to order or  repaired    Horseshoeing a spccitilty. -  Shop on Douglis Street, ~_a6t, ltsvclstokc.  S. McMahon, Manager. ,  Shop on First Street, just vest nt Union  Hottl, Itevelstoke Station. .Iuh McMahon,  Manager. a-j-tf  Wc Have a Good Supply of  Building  IV! ate rial  and Lumber  CUT PRICES  FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW, MILLS  Revelstoko Station, B. C..  "WOULD    YOU    INVEST  MONEY   PROFITABLY?  If So Come to Revelstoke the -Mining  Centre of North Kootenay   - . -   -   -  - Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist Oaigary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  .,    ' f22-lf  DEIJE-- OTni/E.  _3lacksmithiner* Jobbiner  Plumbing,   PiPe Fitting  Tinsmithins  Sheet Ir on Worlc  Maohinery Repaired  Miniqg Work a Specialty.  .wrrTr-l.  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Stn.  P^eveSsto!\e Hospital  ���������  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs. McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  H has been predicted by lending: men of Canada that Revelstoke will  be one of the leading cities ot West Kootenay. That its unique - position -  where the C, P. R. crosses the beautiful Columbia valley, with water transportation co the north and south and in dose proximity to the richest mine-  in Kootenny, making its location unusually favorable, if you want to invest  your money in manufactories, ieal estate, or mining property, visit  Revelstoke, the "Gateway to the Kootenay.'' ��������� '       "~  We are movinp: to the front and" no obstacle will or can impede our  wonderful propress.     Do not forget that, you will never buy real estate as  oheap'as you can buy it today.   Figure the increase of the past and speculate'  in Revelstoke, the "Gateway to the Kootenay." ���������,, , ;-  The banks of the Columbia, on wnich river the town is situated, bare'  heen the stage upon which strange scenes have been displayed and wild and '  dai-inir exploits pei formed by the thousands who entered-tliis district during  the "07 gold boom in the Big Rend. - _      - -  Revelstoke is probably one of the oldest towns in the interior.   And it  was not until this title question  was settled that Revelstoke really ,be(ta_i-to  foige ahead, commercially and otherwise.   Growth was slow until-1897, but  the old timers and newcomers had great confidence in the town and 8'arted in .  to make it a mining centre worthy of note. . .  The   C. P. R. is   concentrating all  its  principal': woiksbops on  the  western* division at Revelstoke.    Revelstoke is not only a mining town, but follow and will be increasingly so in the future a railway point of considerable  importance in the C. P. R. system and a distributing centre for the business of .  the rich  mining districts included in the section popularly known as North  -  Kootenay.   Its impotqancc in  these connections is due to its Unique geogra- *  phiral position.   Seated in a beautiful  open valley at the point of intersection  of Lhe Columbia river and the C. P. R. main line, it commands the'passes.  running norlh and south, to the famous gold fields of tbe Big Bend and-the  lich mineral leads   of the Lardeau, while on  tbe east'.up the Illecillewaet  another district of great prospect is being opened up.   The town is the point",  of junction  of the main line and the Arrowhead branch of the C. P. R.t" by .  which access is gained to the South Kootenay by rail aud steamer. -Another. ,  line of steamers will make Revelstoke  their starting poiut for tbe Big Bend,-  for which country it is afc present tbe sole outfitting point and base of supplies. -  Thus by the mere force ot geographical position alone Revelstoke has forced  to the front until tbe little mining camp of a few years ago has become a town "  of considerable importance to the business of the province.'* ",.      "'  -'"*    ���������  The mining industry is still in its infancy, hut with the careful expenditure of capital in development work will grow to large dimensions.    ,_ *    V "  .,   Large areas of land in close proximity to the town are covered with,  timber suitable for lumber, but probably just as valuable as firewood, there  being no coal deposits discovered near at hand as yet.   This land when cleared  is proving to be exceptionally line farming and gardening land,.'and" the".  demand for produce is always many times larger than the supply, train 'loads-',  being imported.from other points everv season. . This should lie taken',into'-'  consideration by intending settlers. - *     ,'      -        '      - _*. -*"���������  "  Across the river from Revtlstoke an excellent clay exists for the making of brick in vast quantities, which commands a high price at any time..     f  The town  enjoys   many advantages:   A  fine,   healthy  climate-^-the,  death rate being exceedingly low���������good water,"supplied by a system of water  works, from the mountain side just north of the town, underlying .which ls'������",  sti atiuii of gi avel that ensures a natural drainage.   A short distance up the C, _  P. R. track, east, to the Illecillewaet river,  is a canyon and falls,  which must '  bo seen fco be fully appreciated.   The power from these falls is now being utili- .  zed by aho Revelstoke Water, Light & Power Co. for running their fine elec- ,'  trie lighting plant.   They have an unlimited power which later on will   he  useful for manufacturing purposes and running the prop-stii street, car line.  tl  '$.1  -'.'il  * _? *  ���������*. ^^ *���������  -������    v   t   -j  ,1'^'  Subsepibe   fop the Daily - op  Semi-Weekly  Ji-epald and K.eep Posted on J_opth"K.ootenay  Is the Shortest anti  Quickest Line to...  WALLACE,'  FARM1NGTON,  GARFIELD,     OAKESDALE,  PULLMAN, ,    LEWISTON,  ,    COEUR D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON," WALLA WALLA,  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON,  SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW,  CRIPPLE CREEK,  AND   ALIj POINTS   BAST OR   SOUTH.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  ;>f,f  *"  "      'il  \li  AND SCO PACIFIC LINE.  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .  Via S'tlfc Lake, Denver,  Omaha, aud Kansas City.  Steamship Tickets to  and from  Europe and other foreign countries  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersigned has a large supply  of Hemlock, Spruce. Fir and Pine  Wood for sale. Any person requiring  wood will kindlv leave their orders  with Mr. XV. M. Lawrence. Reqelstoke  Station, or with II. Ni' Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  17ntf   0 FRANK JULIAN.  L. JI. FRETZ  Contpaetop and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  _n=^-_Terms Cash  Sam Needham  Gloth  e_ Cleaned  & Altered  w     Repaired  In Good Style at Iiowest Prices.  Douglas Street ��������� Revei-stoke  Triiin for the East -and Portland  departs 7:15 p.m. daily.. Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depatts 7:45  a.m. daily. Through service. No  delays or lay ovei-s anywhere,  Get through tickets and further information of O.  R. to N. city ticket  ollice,    No.    -30,   Riverside    avenue,  corner Stevens St., Spokane. Wash.  J. Campbell,  General Agent, Spokane,  W. H. Hurlburt, G. P. A.. Portland.  Shortest, and  Quickest Route. T  - *  .     .,3 - ���������*  To Yukou and' Klondike Gold  Fields.  To Eastern and European points.'  To Pacific Coast, China, Japan  aud Australia.     -    -  . TOURIST CARS  Run daily and. are models of  comfort.  Magnificent sleeping and dining  cars on all trains.*  Tickets issued ' through , and  baggage checked to destination.  Spokane Falls and" JJoptliepn  .Nelson and Ft. Sljeppapd  Red Mountain Rys.  Tlio only an rnll rout" without ch_n.rc o  cars between Spokane. Northport, Roe-land  and Nelson; also between Rossland and  Nelson.  DAILY      EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  I.KAVK. NOU1IIPORT AIUUVK.  For Spokano��������� From Spokane���������  1:20 p.m lrJOp.m.  For Ho*sli>.ad��������� From Rowland���������  1:10 p. in 1:10 a.m.  For Nelson��������� From Neleon���������  1:10 p.m 12:53 p.m.  Close conpfctics at Neleon with steamer  for Kaslo and all Kootcis. Lake points.  Passengers for Kettle River __d Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus -v-th stage -oily.  Eastbouud-DAILY TRAn~-Westboun4  7:40 a.m. lve-Reyelstoke-lve 5:20 p.m.  Connection     with     Kootenay  points, 8 a.m.  leave  Revelstoke,     (!  arrive 4:30 p.m.  For   information,  time   cards,  maps and tickets apply to.  T. W. BRADSHAW,     ;  a  -Agent, R-velstok*.  XV.   F.   Anderson, Travelling*  Passenger Agent.'Nelson.  E. J. Coyle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver. _   "  time mas  Subject to change without noUoe.  Trains run on Pacific Btandard Tin*.  -_.!  GOING WK8T DAILY OOI-O Sin  8_namL__TB Kaalo JK_rlTe*i<~������W .  8_Bam ...South Fork... 3:13������>_  9_36_.m       '    Bproolo's    "     tUl*  ___lara      "   ...Whitewater...   "     __������y_������ .*.  10*3am      *    ...'.BearLake...   "     I:������p__  10:18am      '    ...McGuigaa....   "     l_Bpa*".-  10:38am      "    Cody Junction    **     1:11pm' .  llfciO am Arrive.... Sandon .... Leave l_������v������  ;cody__n_~ ' *.  ,'  Leave 11:00 am....Sandon....Arri-������11:������8__ ,  Arrive 11_������ a m ....Cody. Letro 1I__~ ������__���������-  BOBKRT.IRVINO  |- QEOJr.OOPSLAim  G. F.andP. A.       I       Bnpertnton Mil Just Arrived^-
Hammocks
Chinese
Lanterns
Musical
Instruments
Purses
���  ������.
Footballs
Pipes
Tennis
Flags
Racquets
Baseball Goods
Croquet Sets
Children's
Wagons
Wall Paper,
Etc., Etc.
/""janada Drug &
Book Co., Ltd.,
Revelstoke Station, B. C.
LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS
Monday's Daily Hkkald.
"Mrs. F. XV. McGregor and family
leave on _C*~o_ 1 this afternoon i'or a
three weeks' visit to Kamloops.
George Laforme has decided lo go
up with Airs. Laforme to his place at
the mouth of McCullough creek and
open a stopping place.
irr. and Mrs. Parker, of-Kamlonpi,
who have been visiting friends in town
for the past two weeks, leave ' today
for their home in Kamloops.
A quiet - little wedding is taking
pl-ice this afternoon sit the residence
of XV. J. Lee. it being the marriage of
Miss Hattie Lee to Mr. J. Savage.
Dr. J. -IcAlpin, of Vancouvei', and
late-graduate of Jefferson Medical college, Philadelphia, is .-.pending a fevv
days with his cousin. Mrs. Lawson, on
Third street..
H. J. McSorlcv. C. P. R. engineer,
of Donald, is spending a day. in town
renewing acquaintance!-. Mr. Mc-
Snrley leaves tonight for Vernon cm a
visit to his farm, on which he is putting extensive improvements.
' Messrs. John Evans and C. P. Pi-ice-
whu have been trapping and hunting
during the past winter on Canoe river,
returned to town todav with an excellent, assortment of fur, including
martin, hear, heaver, fisher and vvol-
* vnrine. The fur is now on exhibition
at the Columbia House, where it will
he put up for competition to local
buyers.
From Tuesday's Daily He-ALD.
Pete Walker, formerly of Ferguson,
hut novv- of West Point, Out.., is in
town today, and leaves for Ferguson
tomorrow" morning, in which town
and surrounding" country he i.s
extensively interested.
Dave Ferguson is now engaged in
electing a first class llu-ei*-.stoivy hul.el
at Feiguson. When ..completed and
furnished this hotel vvill be one of the
finest in north Kootenay, and Dave's
many friends will wish him as a host
every success in his new venture.
_.���The_union_men -in_.Rossl:ind_have
heen had on toast hy Hip anti-Chinese
cry. They aie subscribing a ~fimd to
hiii-k Martin   in  Kami-dp...   who   has
.. not had a Chinaman in his employ for
the last ten years nnd to support .Soin-
liii's supporter.���Semlin, whose* l-auc-he
is jiositiveiy alive with the wild eynl
Orientals.
The Mining Recorder at Trout Lake
'is in receipt of hundreds of letters
fiom parties who a re interested in the
T>irdpau as to the time that it vvill he
possible for theni to come in and pi-o-
,ce��*d with development. The snow-
will be off the hills' within the next, 10
days, and the i nsh into the I^iLik'.ut
will commence, and will not he exceeded by any previous year either as
lo number of prospectors or amount
of capital expended.
TODAY'S   LOCALS
J. D. IJoyd left this morning for the
Uig Rend with the mail.
W. Cowan has put in an Arc light
of. 1200 cimdli'. power in front of the
Cowan block.
Charles F. landmark, of C. Ii. Hume
it Co., left, yesterday on a vis.it to the
firm'- branch at Trout Lake City.
Unless detained by tho lihi'I fuses.
Premier Turner will'leave Victoria for
his flection Lour through the mainland
tomorrow.
Mr. Robischeau. who went up with
.1. J'ourgeois' trail gang a few weeks
ago. was brought down yesterday,
having been taken ill while at work
on the I rail.
O. D. Hoar intends to leave tomorrow to commence work on the Glengarry. He has madu iiiiiingi'iiieiils
lo start vvith four men and will push
development on the claim all the coming season.
Ferguson vvill hold a celebration on
June l~il.li. A football match will be
played in the afternoon between Trout
Lake City and Ferguson. In the
evening a dance will"" bn held at the
L.ii'di'iiti hotel.
C A. Pi-icimii'i'h'ft (own lhis morning. Arrangements have been made
whereby his ordination will take
place at. Kossland on June _lsl. Dr.
Wells, the bishop of Spokane, having
coiisfiiteil to act in the absence of the
bishop of this diocese.
W. -I. Brown left last evening for
Kamloops to attend the supreme court
before whicli he has a case ill connection with his interest in the St. Leon
Hot Springs. Messrs. .1. D. Sibhald.
W. 13. Pool and Willie Beavo accompanied him  as witnesses on his behalf.
Harry Lindley, one of llie best known
comedians in Canada, has written an
autobiography which is exceedingly
interesting rending, and full of theatrical information and Reminiscences of
t.ho Canadian stage. Air. Lindley has
many friends nnil admireis who vvill
like to lfiid his hook.
As fhcre'nre several good hall players
in town and numerous lovers of the
game, would it not he a good scheme
for a fevv of the hoys to club together
and clear a patch of ground huge
enough for hall playing. Mf'tlie work
was started at once we might he able
In have a suitable patch cleared befoie
Dominion Day.
T. A. Pippy. late of the firm ol'Pippy
& Wright, builders and contractors,
left this morn ing . for Arrowhead,'
where he will take chaige of the work
of the Arrowhead .Saw and Planing
Mills Co. Air. Pippy has had considerable experience in connection vvith
factories of this kind, and the company is to be congratulated upon the
choice of their superintend'*'-*!, who no
doubt will prove both snli-.l'.-ietury to
the companv and to their customers
who deal vvith theni. .1. !���_. Wright
will act as sole, agent here for the
Arrowhead Saw and Planing Alills
Co. j
Tonight "Alone in London*' is to he
produced. This si range i-oiiieily-
drama has been very successful both
in London and New York, and as
given by this company in .Victoria
reci'iitlv it vvas the hit of the season.
Hiii-i-y Lindley is lo ,-ippen* in a very
funny part of nn entirely different
type to any be* has been seen in. and
Ihe most, of lhe cither member- have
line opporlunities. The audiences are
larger every evening. Last night
everv seaton the plan was sold, anel
the fine play that is on for this evening vvill doubtless draw a crowded
house.
THE GOVERNMENT CONVENTION
W. While, Q. C��� Accepts the Nomination as Candidate.
The convention of delegates called
to iiominnle ji candidate in the. government interest met Alonday in the
ollice of Grogan to Co. Present .1. .1.
Lang. IniYc, Troul. Luke City. A. Craig.
Tliiiiiit-on's Landing; Pi-ice. Comaplix;
T. II. I'.Ovv, Anowliend; W U.
Nicholson. Hogor's Pass: II. Levering,
lllecillewaet: J. Fiilli* rson, Albert
Canyon; anil W. AI. Drown, C. landmark, Di-.;.McKeclinie. A. .lohuson,
John AIcC.-irl.hy. and W. 15. iVa.c.
I{evel*.|,nke. The Ferguson dflegale.
Air. S. Sutlii'i hind, hail been taken ill
on the way in ind sent a, letter appointing G. F.. Giogan proxy for Unit
polling 'place, while the vole ol' the
N(i_u_.p delegate's was sent, by telegram
to the chairman of the meeting. Ale.
Grogiiii w.-is appointed chaii-iiinii and
Mr. John iMtCarthy. secretary. Afler
the delegates had been introduced anil
vouched for, the nominations being
open. XX'. White. Q.O.. vvas uninitiated
by Vv7. AI. Brown, seconded by Dr.
AicKechnii*. a.*> a (it and proper poison
to represent the government as it
candidate in lhe coining elect ion.
Theie was no other nomination .mil
the chairman accordingly dec-lai-ed
.Mr. White elected hy ace Lunation.
Mr. White vvas then inlrciduied, and
ou heing tendon .1 the nomination by
lhe chairman, accepted it. fn a .hurt
speeih of acceptance Air. White said
th.-il, he had accepted the nomination
as goveinment supporter on the iimle.-
st.-ititiing lhat. if elected, he .would
whilo according a gonernl support to
lhe government policy, ho given a 1'iee
hand in all matters periaining In
Kooleiviy, so that he could vote for
legislation henelicial to this district.
ikT mailer from which side of the
house introduced. He regretted very
much that he would be unavoidably
absent liom the riding dining the
greater pari, of the coming week, but
thiit once the assizes were over he
intended to llnovv himself into the
c-onli.st and light to a,finish. He,mentioned that he had some experience in
legislative mill-tor.*.-, having sat, for
three years in lhe Northwest Council
nn as mc'iiiber for Kegina, Assn..
and ho had no doubt ' that the
experience gained during that period
would be cf use to him.- if he was so
fortunate as to be returned to the
legislative assembly this election. Mr.
White sill, down amidst a round of applause and the meeting then rot-ulved
itself inlo an informal committee on
organization.
Clothing*
Clothing
Clothing*
Glothing
Clothing
Clothing1
Clothing
Clothing
JUST	
ARRIVED
Suits to Order, S18 and up.
Pants to Order, $5 and up.
_R..   S.  -WJEILiSOIbT
Iti:vi:u>Toi;i-. _ .ation, Ji. 0.
Hv the cnrlunil���the host Luke of the
Woods.
Bread.
The licit on the market, either v'liilo
or brown.
Cakes, Confectionery, Groceries
Host values in llevolitokc.
N,  SMITH
DR. R. HATHISON
DENTIST
Will he at his nfiiec over the Canada
llrug __ llook Co.'s Mor., I'._vel..L.k- "stn.
from June 13th to 27.
BUSINESS LOCALS
���Ilo��,s your printing'?   Pec The Ilr.-.ii.n.
���Call on Pete after 0:30 p. in. for a
nice sandwich. lm
���Wedding stationery a specialty at
the Hekald.
���Gd to R. Tapping for your garden
plants' and produce. -jlat
���Stamping and embroidery work
done at __rs.~Pii_adis\ Third street.
���Charles J. Aman, the emporium
for musical, instruments, strings and
other accessories.
���It is not the njohey you make, but
the money ynifiwre. "tliat tells. Put
your savings iri tbe-Kqnitahlc and they
will be almost doubled in eight years.
���Let the Herald print your printing-.
���Why pay rent,when small monthly
payments will give you a home of your
own? Apply, Grogan to Co.. agents
for the Equitable, Savintrs, Loan and
Buirding Association.     J une __t 2vv'
���Commercial printing is where the
Hekald shines-. Another man has
lieen added to our mechanical stalf. so
that our increasing business could he
handled properly. But we've always
room for another order. Don't wait
until you are clear ont.   Order now.
���Let the Herald print your printing.
���Charles J. Aman has the following
popular songs on hand: "Then Comes
the Sad-Awakening.'' '-Oh! Ehcnezer,"
"All Coons Look Alike to .Me." "Aly
Gal i�� a High-Born Lady." "AlyOnliest
One," "The Wedding of the Chinee."
-The Coon," "It Ain't No Lie." "Just
as if She Didn't Know," "The Oofless
Duke."
TROUT LAKE AND LARDEAU
The   Lardeau   People   Have   No   Kick
Coming
- B_-ween_-tei_---;iiid_fifteeii���_h_ii_m*d.
dollars will be spent on roads and
trails in the Trout Lnkedistrict. Work
will he commenced immedi.itely on a
waggon road up the South Fork.wliich
will involve an expenditure of C.IHX)
d-jllai-s. Theu an expendituie of ��2.1 KM
vvill he made for trails tributary to
Trout Lake and vicinity, also a further
expenditure for communication up the
North Fork. An appropriation of
~>750 has been made for the school, and
it is pi-eity certain that S100 will Inlaid aside for meeting the expenses
ineiiii'eil hy the fire brigade. A laige
sum will he expended on the waggon
road between the Landing and Feiiri:-
.'(ln, and several other very - much
needed improvements In roads .-md
trails made. Taking il, on the whole
the government has dealt mo.-t liberally by thi.-i section and this f.irt should
be taken into consideration vvh.-n the
question of extending (hem ii~'f.irthiT
iea-e of power is laid before ns ill. the
elect ions next, month.���Trout Lake
Topic.
  ��a ���	
The New Departure
The long service of Messrs. Semlin,
Cotton and Sword to the provincial
opposition partv seems to have met
with the reward usually meted out lo
party leaders who have not been fortunate enough to reach that position
which would enable them to disti ilmtc
the emoluments of ofTice,among*.!, their
followers. They are being ousted I13-
the. novv school of politicians who have
come to the province too recently to
have any respect ��r regard for" the
labors of the old leaders'in the past.
Under the guise of an " It,dependent,
Oppositionist " Joseph Afal tin. late of
Winnipeg, is heing boomed hy certain
new-papers for the position (Tf leader
of the ii'.'vv opposition, and naturally
the old leaders nrti indignant. In
spite of the. fact that it. was- agreed
upon somo mimtlis ago * th.il
party politics should not be intiodu-i-d
it is to be noted that all lhe
"independent opposition" candidates
are liberals. The old leader.-, are conservatives. If the "independent oppositionists" are successful at lhe polls
it vvill mean that pai ty p'.'lit ic<* .inhere to stay���that, this province will
have been captured by Hit; liberals.
How far Air. Bostoek's wealth h.is
been responsible for the present, political situation itis not possible to say.
but it i.s a peculiar fait that all the
provincial papers that are supposed lo
belong to that, gentleman are .-.liongly
m favor of the new departure. Many
conservatives �����������,. yet, oblivions of I his
fact unci aiewoiking hand and glove
with the opposition.��� Kossland Tint'.'.*.
More Railway Building-
Vice-president Sl'.iiiighncssy in passing through Toi onto lust week stilted
that while in the west he would let
Ihe lender fur I ho consti uction of tlio
Crow's Nest Pass railway from Robson In Aiid way, in the BouniUry creek
country, the distance heit!g"about 10')
miles, and which will open up a'par-
l.icul.-irly pioinising section of mineral
bearing lei litoiy. It is likely t hat I he
railway will be c.-u i'ioil also fiom .Midway to I'entii-i.iii. thus connecting
wilh Lake Ol'.niagan and the Vernou-
Sicainnus railway*, anil so leaching the
main line oC tiie Canadian Pacific.
The tenders cull for the completion of
tho road to Miil.vay by the ei.d of the
year-. When these lines ate completed
the mineral disti-ii ts of southern British Columbia will be pretty well
served with railways. Air. .Sliiingh-
iiessy expects to be in the west about
a month in connection with the operations of the Canadian Paiific r.iilw-iv.
GROGAN   &   CO',
General Agents.
(Successors, to J. 11. Sibbald.)
Insurance. Real Estate, Mining, Loans.
Ollice:   1'irst Street, nc*_t   to W. IS. l'ease ._ Co
Code Mnroing anil ..oil.
If.
X2W   LLa ______ _!__a^__>
Agent for the
Bucket)"* clerlcr
Typewriter
Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots, Shoes,
Gents' Furnishings,Stationery, Patent Medicines,
Tobaccos and Cigars, Toilet and Fancy Articles,
Fruits, Ete.
F-0ST   HfJ-�����I  ST0__�� Revelstoke, B C
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U��j��CT-_i
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Keillor's   Dundee   Marmalade in   1 lb. Jars  and 4 lb. and
71b. Tins.
Crosse & Blackwell's Jam.      Maconochie's Pickles.
Tetley's and Other Choice Teas.
A Well Selected Stock of Dried Fruits and Canned Goods.
Mother's  Mush, an Excellentv Preparation  for Porridge,
Especially Adapted for Hot Weather.
A 1 Large and Small Cheese. Freshly Made Butter.
New Laid Eggs- Hay, Oats, Bran, Chop, &c.
SH
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CHAS. J.  AMAN
Kootenay Agent
Quaker
Folding
Hot-Air and Hot-Vapor
Bath Cabinet
MARRIED
SAVABB- Li:I-:��� At Kevel.-t.11ke. on
Alonday. Juii" (Ith. by tli'* i!(-v. "Air.
Tiiiiinp-'-in. All-. John Sav-iige. lo
Mi.*>._ H.itti- Lee. both oi" Kevelstoke
TAPPING'S THEATRE
_L_AloTie _i n _.L___ _! uiiUL.
To=N!ght ,
Harry
Lindley
Comedy
Company
::-. u   .Tic: nf rdliir'fl nn.! nji-l'i-'lnt'* ronii'ilii'.-
',..-i.l orcli.Kral i:i..w:i-nr.'l ft!! ill*.
Idlest Hia_*.
..'���serve.  Seals.  7:~ii .      Ailmis-ioii   .".Jo.
Iti-c--""! svi.|�� n'iw _n-.nl'*!->'. Mp-rio'vell-Alkln--
\Vii>h;i'*, driii? _-t��.r*- inel ni I'. II. '" .-ilri.
Situation Wanted.
Situation ivniiti'i!-in Iiook keeiier. or .iles-
iiiiin in iiMiirv. -i,i'-l:. liotli I'-ruiH'li ami Iin;?-
li--.li.   A]i|ilv to (lie lli:i:.vi.n, tij111
Liquor   License   Notice.
Notice is licreby piven Hint _.���_, tlie nndcr-
**It.n_(I, inti'iid tn _u.[>lv "0 d._y-iiflor ilale, tii
tlie Etipoiiilinrv M..;:istr���le of ~snrtli I'i-iiiK of
Wo-t Kootenii\: for !io_n-i_ to soil liquor at the
Queen's hotel, Coinnpli... li. C.
C'UN-NIXCIIAJI rfc ISiaiVAV.
I'oniii'.Ii.v, May 21-st. IK'S.
Liquor, License       ' .   >,,
.'like notice thi't T. .he iiii(ler*i(.'iicii, inlcml
tn 'ipplv. CO flav frnm (I'Lte, in the -fiiieiHlism-
M-.-'istfnte for'the Xortu .Idiug of the lilect-
nriil DNtrict nf ICooicii-.;- for 11 licou*e rn'sull
liquor by rctml at niy lintel at thu moiitli of
Oirm.-.- ("'reel:.
Iinreil tin's 1st ilav of Mnv, 1S!>3.
Iniv*ltvr '        M. XI.   IIUCII-NS.VN.
Application For Land.
Kntice is hereby rIvcii that nod-iy- after .Into
I intr-'nd to iiiii.ly to the Chief _(��u.ni*sioii(.r of
I.-in!*, and X\ nrl:-> for i-ei-i.-ii-^ioir to purclia-i'
:17ji  acre*, nioro  or  l_.-s. of uiisurvoyed  land,
 ���. ,��r .���..... 1.  ..... r_i.,,,���.l..i.-,,i,���,���,,..l I.,,.  ..,..,.
-". K corner oi l-'iT'iu-on's bind, markud N. 1-...
tlience nnrili -ochalus, tlience we��t -til cliniiis.
thence;south J*o chains, tbence en.se III chains,
ti-nlniniii-. :iill ncro.s, more or less.
(iEO.  IjA!'0I'..MK.
?...-.C'lstoke, n. C, JnneClSiflS. dang!)
Gents' Furnishings
Boots and Shoes
Prospectors' Supplies
Camping Outfits
Summer Underweai-
Ilats and Caps . *
Shirts, every-description
GroccricF, all l'resh
- Flour   -'     -
Tens and ColTees
Butter and Egjrs '
Canned Goods
Vegetables
All these ar.d more, a fine
stock at \~er3~ close "prices
ailis Bros., ~��:
Tree Solieitiilioii aiul Delivery.
FIRE BRIGADE No -1
XC1TICE.
Notice is herebv nivnn- that   Mondnv   and
Thiirniav- iiiL'hti v, ill Vi repnlar practice for
Ko 1 Fire ISr.c-uic, until further notice.
(i;o \V. G. I'AXTOX, Ilon.-jecietary.
NOTICE
Dissolution of Partnershio.
Thr> partnership luTf.ofor" ^-_i-'lin;r ^'iwoin
n", tl"1 iii_-ii-r-._mi--f_, *N Uii" ��J��:y ��I:-v>htyi hy
milt..... fi-ii-.--.!!. All ���Jci-t-' ��in'' tlie firm will
hp roller L^tl by Jan:- ** E. Wriyl.t, by wln,*m t!*_?
bu-ino-^ \. ill" li��? ctrndnv.&l tit iho olil stunM.
nu'l wlio will j.iy ��!l ont^-Mnfhn^ ftftnu:!!-*
aj.aiii--t tlie iirm.
-f. _-.. "Wi.rt.i'T.
cl ilv'* Thova'* A. pjri*v.
We Carry
Foreign and Domestic Soaps and
Perfumes.
A full line of Toilet Requisites.
A complete assortment of Station-
cry.
Drugs and Chemicals, every
preparation beings fresh and
chemically pure.
IiispcnsinK a sf-'-cinl feature of nnr bit*Inc*s.
c^Chas. E. Reid & Co.
The Daily Herald
rnbli .id   every iiflcrnooii from  tbe (.nice of
I>iihlI��ntioii, Front Street. I'.i-vcbtckc, n.f.
A..If.;i.-.so.*:   I'roprbt'.r
j~Clil.(Jitll'TION  I'HICK
I'.v !b( 1'i.intli. (I'.'Iivcrtd   ~l I"
Ilv th'- vi nr. dclii-P-d  HI I'i
I'.v lb'- hill vear. dnllMTOil  ������ l��!
Iiy lb'-- l.'_ck, il'llhercl  VI-'
KKSil-WKI-.KI.Y   Hi:it.\ljl>
I'.v lhe \"iT.-I-Ili.-md  ?" ~"
I'.-, ihi-linlf v.'��r. (Ii-livv.-.'d  I J.'-
I.W'irlllN Oittii K,
MnyJTtli, ISM.
I: is licri'lr.- :tt.<Llml tlmt the Cotiiicil of
I'.iblic lrHtrui".'.ri-r iiris licr-n iilciu.ed to cn-nlc
lhi> trnct nf lfti:<! in' l(idi-d v.-itbln the under
in.'i!tioii..-r| l'liiu'Iarr.. a School District, under
the title of " Tr >:n i-rtic f-chool Wrilrlct" :--;
All tbr.i trii". of U-nl In \V"��t Kootenay Ilis-
trlrt vinhr-m-d wltii'ii tlie circmnf"r"iice r.f a
cirri, ulio-f; r-rntn: -ball l�� the central point
nf ihe ""-onl -it., iu .rout l.nke City, nnd
�� hns.- radii;- -hall v.* a di_ tancc of throe n.Ue.
from -ti.j.i point.
.<-. a. popi:.
rljii .-ii;.Tint'*!i'lent of Education.
NOTICE
To TUE El.K'.T'ii.-.-" OF-fHIiXf.lH-riIlV'KK'r
I_ir.i>-(;. I_(".T.j>-AV.
CiESTI.KMES:
H.ivsnjj been die iinaninioiis _ boic-ri
of rlv* cruivcnlinn held tbi-s evening by
dul"j��atc-i lejii'-entiiiK thu v.n-ifum
portions nf thi- ronntitueni-y to contest the election for munibcr of lhe
Provincial Lcjji-hitui-n at Ibo fcirtb-
ccimiiif? si'eiieriil ri .I'tion. ��� re.-'pcctfiilly
befr to lidvisii* vou l-hat irnmediiitely
nftci- tl'.e Mlliniis of lbe A**siy.e.i whii h
I urn obliged to nttend ill. Kiiin*
loo|i. 1 .-.hall nt once t:ike the
(rp;i,.i tunit.y of .iskinK iny ofijioiienl, to
I rneel, nn' on the pi.it form _ al. Ilcvel-
I stok'.'anil all uliier- point*"* in the ilis-
trift. and there disi'ii-ii in your Jiies-
enc-e the v-nriciii _ issues of a political
liiil.uieto be pic.setiled before you.
I liu**t you vvill think thnt, it ih bin,
f.iii'lo both .niiilidalc. if I .'e-k vou lo
dchiy vour decision ns to bow you vvill
m.ii k vour billots until you sb.-ill b.'ive
hem d'the view., of both of us. on llu*
public questions- or the day, and (hen
and only then make your _hoic~~*>
I am. * '
Your Obedient Servant.
W.   Wiiiti-.
_"evc'l**'.('ke, .Saturday, June  Ith, "!>S.
HAVE KKCEIVBIi'SiKVERAb
CAKI.OAIIS 01'
Staple Groceries,
Flour and Feed,
jViid are in  a position  to quote
PRICES	
that are
bound to sell.
Full Lines of Hardware
Full Lines of Crockery
Prospectors!   Miners!
(nine nnd sec what we've got in your
line. Wc* make a specialty of this trade,
nn.l can lit you out quickly and at right
prices.
G. B. HtiME & GO.
Yon Can Save Money
By buying MEN'S'and BOYS' CLOTHING
at Bourne Bros, this week.
.Vv/J> ,mvu jus-t opened up live new cases, of new Spring Suits that nt
like a Rlove and are ninde from the inn.st handsome patterns that
could be procured in Eastern markets." The following is a list of our prices Ior this
week:
l-'or ?7._H1 you can buy a Suit ninde of Rood Tweed and nice fitting. .
For tfS.'ll we show a Cheviot .Suit worth ?1_>.      _ ��� .    ,
i'or _flll.~o we show a range ot Suits thai will surprise you, worth .IR and $14.
For .1_.."l) and .1" we show ynu line Worsted Irt.sb Serge*, and Scotch Tweed Suits,
HI and ilnisli equal to tailur-inade Suits til ?__l> to $.__.">.
. .   ���.       SPRING HATS        ' ]/'   .
We nre showing this week lhe contents of seven cases of Men's Felt Hats, comprising the best English ami American styles in Stiff.*, Soft Felts, Fedoras, etc.
" We also show an entirely new and complete range of Men's and Hoys' Caps.
JUST  PLACED   INTO  STOCK
The largest assortmeiitof Men's Soft Neglige Shirts and Summer Underwear ever
seen in Kevelstoke���light and dark colors.
Shirts varying from Sue. to .1 "(1; Underwear, l),-ic. lo ~-'."0.
,     TALKING  ABOUT SHOES
Yon should get posted on lbe latest styles and prices by nn occasional visit to
our store. This month, ns our new .senson's Shoes are coming to bund .daily, wc
are now shoeing .some artistic designs iu button, laced or Oxfords.   Conic and see.
.BOITI-ITB' BHjOS."
^iHia��!i3��?sfe^i'i--
'S,
Alluminum cauiping outfits consisting of 3 camp'        ''"���
kettles, 3 fry pans, 3 plates nnd 3 Clips, all.packed in one i_eitle,'*\veight o.j lbs.    Steel, picks,' .   . '.
magnet*-, compasses and glasses.    Everything in
the hardware line.'     *
W. M._ LAWRENCE)
Hardware, Tinsmithin^, Furnace, and RooGpgT.
1 REVELSTOKE'STATION, B.C..
This Space is reserved for-:���-
JAMBS GILL & OO.
Who will  soon.be opening up  in  the  DRY  GOODS  and
GENTS'  FURNISHINGS
Undertaking and Embalming
R. Howson & Co.,
Mackenzie Ave.
Light���-
Transferring
and Carting
JW-Tclcphonc vour orders to W.M. Lawrence
aiid thoy will be promptly attended to.
Robert Fleming
Yea and
YOaR WIFE
-would enjoy flic summer nt
home if your home wa-* fur-
ii-Filed with our Beautiful line
of Upholstered Goods. Our
stock is new, substantial and
well finished. We have an
assortment which gives ample
room for choice, and the quality is from good to best, with
Trices very reasonable.
���\Vcare anxious for your trade.   Call
on us and let u._ try and please you.
R. HOWSON & CO..
W.G. BIRNEV
Painter and
Decorator
First Street East, Revelstoke Station
Graining, Paper Hanging, Hard Wood Finishing, House Fainting in all  Branches,
Carriage Fainting, Glazing, ete.
THE Hudson's
Bay
Company
k^*^ Kamloops
Dealers in Dry Goods; Groceries
and Liquors-
ciin furnish .ill necessary out--
fits and supplies for miners nnd'
prospectors going overland to'
the Goldfields
Via the ,fariboo Road,
and arrange for -Implies at
Hazleton and- Glenoka..
Write for particular-- ., Sapt.

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