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 /'   iv    u  >'UtrU  -ISSTTIEID   TWICB-A-WEEK-"WI_IID3_T_5]SX-___.-5rS    -AJKTID   S___.TTJ__^3D___."_T������  Vol. II.    No.  41.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.,' SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 189S.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  7St^s?s-!k5g^c3&e!^^&=&&J$  Hudson's Bay |  Company  is  [lN(-OPTOH. IT. I) Hilt)  The   Most  Up-to-Datef Outfitters  in Western Canada.  Litunduig Prospectors should vintc us  [unumg rrospeciors siiouia vinic us &  ii.r one o( our new Folders, which ^j"  coiniii'is an excellent Map and nn JJ  c*tiinnt_ of the probable cost of a !?.  lomploic outfit for the Gold iields   ij_  1  L  Hudson's Bay Stores,  1  Calgary  CvlGii v, Pel) 1, 16"S.    ^  Haip; & Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  }-  Townsite  ' MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  ARTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  .j Barrister. Solicitor. Notary Public, Etc.  tr Ince   Mol-on's Rank Bloc k.  First Street. Revelstoke Station. B C.  WM.  WHITE, Q. C,  Banister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc.  Solicitor "or Imperial I'.ank of Canada.  1    '      Front St, Revelstoke, B C.  JAMES  MURPHY, B.A.,  '    '    Hamster, Solicitor, Etc.  d.~i(.'     Cnuan Mock    I'.O llox IBS  Th.rd St, Revelstoke. B.C.  Tlie Bkk.-LD lor piinting  r^t-^Dr,sij.nr^!5i]zssisE^S3  _**-. . *  1 Results  Y���������&1  m  1 What  __.  "4  % Count  Whnt vou pa> is not half so  important i.s what von get in paint.  Cli--p paint is'alwavs much  more . .pensive than the high  priced, when results are considered.  People are finding this out.  A (.ood article vvill alwavs make  1' * v, av. w  The      "  Sherwin-Williams  Paints  co*.t 1-iori* than others, but are the  1'io-t economical  paints  an*,  man  cun lis.*    They lost longer than any  other }.iuiits, and in this vie include  11  Pure I vail nnd Oil.   They go further  and have a better appearance.    If  \ou   i-ii'l   know   this  ulreadv, it's  worth vour while to Iind ltout.  * Liquor   License  Notice.  Nonce is herebv given thai \.c, llie tinder-  signi d, intend to appl. :iu dins tiftei date, to  the **tlpcinliiu\ Magistrate nf North Riding of  W est koiileniiv fur In cu-e to sell liquor at the  Queen's hotel, Coiiiupllx   11 ('  Ct NMNl_.il im A. Ill iw iv.  f oniapliv, Mav -1st, 1 MS  Liquor License  lake until c lhat I the u.ider-igned, nilcnd  to applv (0 tliu* from d ite, In the sti|.endiarv  Magistrate for the Nortu -idiug of the J.Ieit-  oial Distrut of I~noti'ii.iv foi Hjliieu-.e lu sell  liquor bv retail at m> hotel at the mouth of  Cirnes Creek, __  Dated this 1st dav of llav.l.iS ,  llll\--W M    M     llLCHlNNAS.  Dissolution of Partnership  The partnership heretofore existing between  us the undersigned, is tlnsriav dissohed bv  mutual consent All debts due the firm will  be collected b> lames Y. XX right, bvwlumi the  business \,ill be condiK led at the old s'aud,  and who will pa> all outstanding iiccotints  against the firm \  ' I   11   ~|\RIMIT  (1 Jlv . '1 lion is A   Purl  Application For Land.  Notice is herebv given that GO dins after date  I Intend to applv to the Chief Commissioner oi  Lauds and \\orks for perinis,io-.i to purchase  fio aires more or less, of uiisiirvcvcd land,  part of u Iiu li w as formerlv preempted but now  abandoned b\ jVrclulle Ioiesqiio and situate  on Downie Creek, lug Bend distrn t and described as follows Commencing at a post at  X 11 corner of I'erguson's bind, marked *- I~ ,  theme north 1:0 chains, tlicnie west 111 chains,  thence south hO chains, thence east 10 iliaius,  containing 1-0 aires, nioie or less ,  (|10. IjUOII'IK  "evelstoke, 11 C, ~iuie~,I~~~ daug'l  vNOTICE  LDCccriON On in,  ,    " Slav JVtli, 181S  It is herebv notified that the Council ol  Public lnstruition lias been pUnseil to i >*cate  tlie trni t oi land included vwtluu the under  nieiitioned btiuudaries it School Distuet, undci  the title of "trout Luke S( hool Di.tr.it" ���������.  All that tract of laud in ~A est Kootmin. Ilis-  trut cinbrsied within the ( ncuinfcreiice of a  circle* whose centre sliall be the central point  ot the si hool silo tn 'i -out Lake Citv, and  whose radius sball bendistanee of three miles  irom sueh point. < >  .   -" 11  I'OI'i:, 0  dj!2        ~" Superlnteiiilent of'l~ducalion"  We'Carry:   ;"  __ ,    Foreign and Domestic Soaps and  '      Perfumes.       s -  A full line of Toilet Requisites.  A complete assortment of Station-  cry.  Drugs and Chemicals, every  preparation being fresh and  chemically pure.  Dispensing a special fe-lure of our business  o-Chas. E. Reid & Co.  ANOTHER ISSUE  It. must nol lie foipfnttcii th.it then*  .ue vv ulei i.-sues in ilu- e inning eli'i tun.  lb ui the question whethei ill. White  in ill. Kellie shall icpiesunl ithis nil-  nilliii thu next legisi it uie. In this  pi iivmce vv lieic the lines nt piciviiici.il  pulitii s aie not veiy shiuplv di.iwn  .md men .ue lieqnciilly linind vmitig  in the house against then own le idei-.  .1 gieat. ileal of weight neiess.u iiy  attaches itself to the pei son.il ch.u.u-  tei .nul even the minor idiosvneiacies  ut candidates. But the question has a  bio.uler aspec t and noe vvlneh (.muot  altogethei lie neglected, it th"  eleitois ,ii(* to make a wise dioue"  ot a lepii'-enlative. lt must lie hoi ne  in iniiiil that both Mr. White .mil Mi.  Kellie lepiesent something mine than  Mi. White .md Mi. Kelhe  Now Mr. Kellie lepiesents whit is  known as the opposition. Tint, body  luthei to. though l.ilhci weak, vague  and shadow y, has lieen always eminently iexpectable. It has Licked  otionglh, not cli.n.ictei. The politicians at the coast ie( osiuzed this fait,  and they cdniuivi'tl the idea that it  was nee ess.uy to intioduce a nioie  liucihle element into its iiinipositinn.  lt was ni'cessaiy also to then own  ends that the political issue between  Tweedledum md Tweedledee, which  has so long been fo mil lo suit the  1.isle ot Biittsh Columbia, should be  changed lot- something of a nioie  stilting mt ui est, and thoy found a  man illei lhen own lie.nt in .Tne  M.iilin. This gentleman is a politician  ol a veiy ililtoieiit. tvpe to the Semlins  and Cottons. IIis powei and slieugth  ai e iiiideinalile. Any mm, who to  diver up the lilumlns ot his i.nlvv.iy  polny in Manitoba, cuuld coiueive  an.l i.uiy out the idea ot (happing  that piovnce thiough the u lulholc*  ot lhe Manitoba si hool question must  have sonic kind of toice in him. And  this is cN.utly what he did. He did it.  but he lovcied hnnsell with so mm li  mud in the pmcess that M.uulnbi  tiled ot liini and the sm.illei men, the  Gieenvv.iys ard Siftons managed to  sei un* evei ything woi lh hav ing at the  tail ot the hunt. But tliey nevei ionic! veil the gi and idea ot making the  Roman Catholics howl good .ind loud  in oicler to atttmt the public nolue  avv.ij tiom the blundi'is of the Gieen-  w ly'-Mairin ileal with the Noithein  Pacific. Tli it vv is Joe's. Gieenvvay  iiiav have his pinmise ot kniithlliiioil  and bifton mav enjuv the svveuts ol  ofliie at Olt lvv.i, but they i.iiiiiot  pluck lhat laiiiel 1;inn ilr. M.utin's  in.n lile buivv.  The opposition have ceitamly  gamed in foue iiyi Mi. _M.ii tin's  atiession to lhen laiiks. But tbev  have paid"*!, big* pine lor it. Ir will  take all Ihe i>nod (li.uactei nl -tin*  vvliolcot tlieiest ut the pai t V to (ovei  up Joe's, i.,ikedne������s. and lhen theie  vvill be lelt ,i hole m two toi the wind  tovvh.stle tin ougli. Fm till pnhtiial  chiii.ic tei Jo.- has not yet enough lelt  to make a postage stamp.  It may bo as well to iciiiiud the  elec toi s that in i tiling lor Ah. Kellie  Ihey.in* voting this chsiaidt'cl tuck  stei of Manitoba politics min pm.ei in  this ptov mie It he gets m, he will  bu the boss ot the pai ty. The kind ot  n.en, .iii.lei whose alleged guidance  the opposition did I- along, now will  be handy to inn aiouinl and do  ei l anils.-^ Joe-__M.n i m . c-an_.hav e_iio  othei possible use lot them. Tln-s is  the iii*iii into whose umilanee this  pioviiiK* is being asked to entitist lis  destinies; this is tin* Moses who is to  lead us into the pi unused land of good  govei iiinent and pclitic.il pm lty and  honesty; this man so stained and  soiled vv.th the July woik he has  gone ihiougli, that the veiv people  who an* leaping the benefit ot it. aie  ashamed to openly l cm aid hun tor his  too pi e-eminent serv ices.  BOURNE BROS.,  i  ACSKXTS,  REVELSTOKE  E.I   IViilirs ill  Ilcavv and Shelf Hind.  Si "      i  3j vuiri.  faluts. Oils, (ilass, I.lc.  n.vvi: keci:ived slviiral  cakloads or  Staple Groceries,  Flour and Feed,  And arc in a position to quote  PRICES   that are  bound'to sell.  Full Lines of Hardware  Full Lines of Crockery  Prospectors 1   Miners!!  Come and see whnt we've got in jour  line.   Wc make as|K.cialt> nf this trade.  and can lit vou out qiiitkl) and at right  i,  prlics.  e. b. hy/^E & eo.  and see the *<i!).i!l fiyof the p.uty  leaping the 1 ewni ds. for w Inch h.s  tieiucndous seniles should justly entitle. A man who led Manitoba  thiough the deiil's-lough of the school  question to covei the mistakes ol the  popularity huiHnig, ill-advised 1 ulw.iy  polu y ol the cabinet, of which he v\ n,  atUn'tiev-general. Who loi this end  hesitated at no tieiuhei v, however  li ise, no pledge howevei solemn. "Who  lot this end leekednot to sow sm h  seo:ls ot civil and leligions discoid is  convulsed this whole in.intiy and dm  most undoubtedly inline (iinsideinhlv  the ni.itei i.il piospeiity and ailv mie-  uient ot his own piovuiie. This is the  mnn, who has been tinust upon lhe  opposition ot this piovime as then.political head and as whose supprilei  ,Mi. Kellie is solii-itmg the votes ut the  electois ol this ndiiig. This is the  tcikless adventniei. disc aided b\  M.uiitob'i, disci edited at Ottawa, to  whom vve aie being asked toontiust  the loi tunes of thi* piov iiu e. hist is  she is entei mg upon a period ot development .md expansion, (lining  which she vvill i equuo the most skiltul.  the most, upnght. the most level  headed and laisighted giuilaii.e if hei  people .up to leap the full benefit ol  the advantages, with which natiucilias  so liberally endowed hei. The* oppositionists aie howling toi a change \Tlic*  kind ot change they vv ill get, it M.uim  sutceeds Turner. will be change  enough lo suit almost mvbodv.    1  THE-- PROPOSED   CHANGE  Then* could not possibly he a greater  i outlast in the world between tht. two  leadeis uiidervvhom the p.u ties in the  ioiiiing election r.iic called upon to  i-inge themselves. On the one side is  a man, who has pioveil his business  capacity hy a long and most successful  business cucer, spent eutiiely in this  piovince, with which his whole lift*  nils been identified. A man who has  nothing to gam ftom politics and who  vvouid in fact be materially better off.  it he lelt politics severely alone. .A  man against whom peisoual and political honor and p-ohity iml even the  yelping pack ot Bostock's lucid .sc-nli-  bleis daie make .myatt.uk. A man  lespi'cted hy all who know him. political fiiend nnd foe alike. A man  'liuler whoseaduiiiiisttation thealTaii:.  of the piovince have been canied on  in.i-spnit th-it weie piogiessive and  business like, and Bi itish Columbia  has been steeled thinugh two mining  e-ccitei.ieiits without losing its head  and so -is to take the fullest advantage  of them for the peini.iueiit well being  of the piovince.  On the other hand vve have a man, a  new- and most poi teutons figure in  liiilish Columbia politics,' a political  advent in ei pine and simple. A man  to whom his piivatci c.tiling is mainly  u~eful as a qualification foi Ihe poi t-  folio of atloi ney geneial, but does not  aptiear to give much scope to his peculiar talents to shine in any cither  btancli of the piofession. A man, who  without politics would he still in all  piobalnlit v a lavvjer in a veiy small  way iu> Pottage la Piauie. Aman  vv hose political caieer has been of sueh  an iitciifiihly base nnd trntilous n ituie  that llie people of his own political  p.uty, the men who have followed the  (looked path, which he blazed out tor  tli.'in. to piece and powei have no  further Use foi hun in the ������������������( ent"- of his  i'ottiiei lalmi-. .'lid   Ik* h.is t'j stand by  War Briefs.  Hon. .1. Chapleau is s lid lo be sinking fast  The Tciionlo Methodi-t ("onleienc c>  has decided to exclude women liom  then meetings. -    -  The United States will <*e\ze the  Ir.uhoce islands as a naval bnsis.  _  It roc potted that the bpmish v\ u-  ships have entei ed into Havatiahai hoi.  It is-l epoi ted th.it McKinley will  advise the antic .ation ot Hawaii.  ���������' KEUiVMH* WISHES , *  It  "toill   Be   of "Great   Benefit  to  the  Prospector ,  . , i   -  The* c.ep.u 1 ment of'mines is engaged  in mailing extensive u������.pi(ivenieiitsf<it  the Museum ot Mines 'at Vic-toi i i A  leienfc issue ot the Viitona Colonist  gives' ui liiteiesting desiiiption of  what is heing done in lhis loiiiici^inn.  The old leinslalivu buildings aie now  bung htted up foi the pm pose of.this  new (lep.ii tment_* ind be'-nle*'. a well  ������piipj*'jd labniatoi v loir I he ( hi'imcal  svoik" iheie will bc'.i .ciiujcl I iuoi.ito"iy  spec ia* y devoted to sl.iKleias.^Hi'.vi huh  tliey "Will he able to obtain a-pi,'ii-tical  know-edge ot iheinistiy. inincialogy,  blow-piping, and othei kindled siili-  leits. This .in i oiinei tion wilh the  mini-~.il museum will be vei v valuable  to le; meis, as they will thus have the  oppo tunitv ot siddviiig oies and  mine als liom all puts ot Bntish  Coluiiibi i, and ( oinp.il ing them with  cues iioni w ell known milling d'slncts  in other pai ts oi thevvinld.  Geologii.il i halts slui ving how valu  able vei os .md oie bodies have oi cm leil  will he ,i pi.u t ii .il aid lo m my a pios-  pet-toi in n.icing oi billowing an oi e  body he may have thsioveied on the  smlrice. The dep.u tinent will aUo ti y  to li iv e___.K co_ssih!e_ tlie   latest, knovvt  BOMBARDMENT  Of Another  Ash  Bin   in   Cuba  by Schley's Squadron  THE TEXAS SINKS THE TERROR  nelbods ot woi kuitr and ti eating cues,  running stamp nulls. ventilating  mines, puuipiiur. etc.. and will keep on  hand.the latest .ind most lchable tat.i-  logues of milling plant .md niachitieiy.  In the museum will be placed typical  oies f loin .ill the mines ot the piovince  and and also samples ol the locks in  which thoy etc in wilh such intoiillation as is obtainable ul the geology of  Uiesever.il dr-tiii ts The museum vvill  be kept up to date hv the work ot the  pioviiicial iiimeialoirist in the held and  by the siuveys of tliegeologic.il survey of Ottrivva, w-lui h aie eveiy your  adcling to our geological knowledge ot  out own piov'mie.  Without such a museum to keep  Iheni on loioid. valuable discoveiies  aie often lost sight ol. to the vei y run-  sidciablo disadvantage of the piovime.  One siub >i c- ise oc cm i ed not, so very  long ago, in ivluih a piospector clis-  coveicd a valuable bed ol asbestos���������  ye.us since���������and In ought in samples ol  the miiici.il he had found. This being  tcg.ii dud of no value at the time, nothing was thought of il and a fevv ye.us  later the piospuitoi di-d without having communicated to anyone infoima-  tion ot the pi >*c |so Int.ition of the deposit���������thus leaving undeveloped and  unproductive an inipoitant soiuce of  iiiilustiy .md wealth.  The establishment of a w ell equipped  government laboialoiy will enable  valuable leseaich to be made and  eNpeiiiiient.il wotk done in connection  with the cues and minerals of Bi itish  Columbia, and will add t.i onr stole  of piaitic-il knowledge in a manner  not obtainable in the piivate assav  .ittiio of a mine. Another object of  the government laboialoiy is the  identification and naming of niinet.il .  lor prospectois fieeof c-hatge, and the  finding out if the mineial submitted  has any ioininetci.il value���������and if so,  how best to develop it. The depat t-  liicnt will do this lice or thai ge, iciog-  ni/.ing the fact that many it poor  piospector who may have disc overed a  valuable mineial. and might have  been deteu-ed by ach.uge from ascei-  t.-tilling its value���������and "the discovery  thus he lost. This does not include  the ordinal}' coiiiuieici.il assays for  which of coutse there is a tegular  s( ale of fees.  The department of mines has made  gieat advance in the last, few ye.us,  and it vvill not show any lack ofpiog-  less in the sue (ceding yeais it it  follows out .the hi*."' that has been  enteied upon.  Insurgent Victory in Cuba���������A Squad of  Spanish Soldiers Knocked Out by  American . Gunboats���������Three Hundred  More of Sifton's Gahcians for the  Northwest���������A Deadlock at Ottawa���������  The Government Refuses to Accept  the Senate's Amendment to the Fran-'  chisc Bill.  Special to the Ifer_Ul  O'lTAW. \, June 0.���������List night the  government, gave ,-��������� loi ili.il notice le-  lusing to cniKiir .n I hi* senate's amendment to the li.inchiso hill, excepting  11 cmi its opeiations Nova Scotia, Nevv  Brunswick and Manitoba.   "  ?tl \nran, .lane !) ���������Cevcia t ibles that  si _ United Slates yis-,els hiunb.uded  the Santiago ( oast loi tiiications fiix  weie killed and seventeen wounded on  bond the Hei n i Mel cede, and thiee  olhiois killed and seventeen wouneled  among the tioops. The damage infill ted on the battel ies ol La Si ocap i  and Mono is iiniuipo:taut. The Mono  hat lacks vvas damaged. The enemy  had bad losses.  Capu" llAYl'ltlN-. June 0.-Tt is le-  poited heie th it a gteat battle has  taken pl.ue at Cainiatieia onthoBa.  ol Gu.iiit.iii.iuio. at .":;"!.) Tuesday  mm mug. including five ships of the"  Uniled States squadion. who -pened a  heavy bombaiiluieiit on the J.111 ti(i(a-  tious ot the tovv'ii. Theie w.*s apei-  tett h.ul of bombs 111 the b iy, sti iking  and demolishing in my houses beyond  lhe liiilifk.itious.- On the Spanish side  the .11 tilleiy teplied vigoionsly, maintaining for some tune a stout lesist-  nnie. The fin* fiom lhe vv,11 ships,  howevei. never si u-kened for an instant, and vms tegular and cnielnlly  duelled. A 'gie.it 111 ffoiity oE the  shots pioved ellective rand- the  ypuiii.iids weie fotced to ah union  then positions on the shote and 1 etieat  to lhe town ot Cianianeia piopei.  " Kr.v Wi; .T. June 0���������The govci-ii-  nit'iit dispatch boat anived thisaltei-  iKion and 1epoctbtl1.it two' Aiiieiican  mixiliriiy gun boats shelled a'squai'ion  ol Su.uiish soldieis -tit Caidenas on.  Monday. They killed 25 and'wounded  nioie uiulei the guns of'the battel ies.  No -Aiuei nans vv ei e hut t.  ' .Yijoipeg, June 0��������� The'Methodist  lonieience (Insed heie Tuesday night,  alter a week's session.  Thiee hunched Galii i ins lelt Tuesday night toi  thePi,h Cr-'ek colony.  Victoria's Government Candidates  Victokia. June 11 ���������The provincial  goveininentsuppoiteis had theii liom  mating cniivciiiion T1iiiim1.iv_ night  and 1 hose as candid.ites tm Victmia  uty lion. .1. 11. Tin ne 1. II. 11. i Inline-  km. Mi. Hall and Mi. Mi Phillips  The only olhei name placed befoie the  (OiiveiiUoii was Ih it ot Guidon Huni-  tci. who also leieived  sluing suppoi t.  Farewell Appearance of Lindley Co  Tonight is the r.uevvell appeal.nice  nl the Jjindlev Company, and it is to  be hoped that they will be g.ven a  biinipei Iin ise. The play selected is  Kathleen iMavoin neen. one of the be-t  lush comedies and Ti.tiiv't. special  ie itnies ale to be intiodiued.  Mi. Lindley is taking eveiy pains to  make his list pei loi mance the most  enjoyable one ol the engagement.  Revelstoke Brick Co.  The m.miilactuie of hi 11k in Revelstoke is almost a new industiy. but  vv bu h pi onuses no doubt lo be a pei-  iiii.iient .md linpoitaiit one for this  town and disti 111. li. C. Fiomev. the  man igei' lot the above named t-.im-  pmv mini inccl the HciiAi-n yesteiday  th.it his company now had ten men  and two teams employed in then  biiiky.ud anoss the nver. One  hunched and twentv-fivc thousand  biick have aheady been lii.innt.sttuic.l  and at pieseiit a kiln ot 7..,(XK) luick is  being made with 125,000 1 eady tin* the  fuinaie. The demand loi buck linm  outside points is, hiisk. and the coiu-  pmy will li'ive no tioiihle 111 disposing  of all they can niaiiufactuie this  season.  SPAIN IS  WEAKENING  Said to be Desirious of Bringing  the War to a Close  INSURGENTS CAPTURE MANILLA  A Policy of Progress.  The government's pohcvhis been a  policy of pi ogress. This iac f is amply  attented by lhe condition- at, lhe pi(���������__,-  entday Ihionghout the piovince, and  the most esc client lepu'ation she  be.us -ln-the-linanci d-( e'lliesioLthe.  vvoild. Tfc is useless lor the opposition  to spend eithei time 01 enemy 111 their  elide ivois to be-little this pi ovince 01  besmiieh her icpntation. when the  facts aie so appal ent to all. Tint vve  h.-iv e pi ogi essed one needs only to be  finiihar vvith thehistoiyoi the piovince dining the veais that the govei iiinent party has been 111 powei. Fiom  one end ot the piovince to the othei  theie is a fit 111 coiivk tion that no better woik 1 ould have heen done than  has been done bv the piesent govern-  ment. It 1st111etl1.it they hnve had  some sei ions piobleuis to solve, and  some tight pl.u c*s to si|uee-/c tin ough,  but they have always siuceeecd 1:1  acquitting Ihenisylves with great  iicd.1.���������Ciaiibinok I lei aid.  WILL BE REFUNDED  A Precedent Established By the Federal  Government and House of Commons  Oti-jWva, .luni. 10.���������In the 1 louse of  Commons Wednesday altci noon Sir  -Yilfi eel Lam icr said the government  h id 110 mole legislati-in to bring down  t his session. No Quebec In idge pi opo-  silioiis would be submitted. Ilefav-  oied the giant, hut the government  h.ul not time to lonsider it',  A lengthy discussion aiosej-iver llie  posal to letiind to Manitoba ij,2S 1.000.  the lost of the legishtive huildmgs  eieitecMhoie* 111 lSSi-U. Seveial niem-  bei s object eel as opening the door to  similar cl-iims fiom the other jnovine es, Bi itish Colamhia heing amongst  the niiiiibei which has as good a light  lo demand a lefuiid ot the c .pciidiFiui'  on these buildings as had the piovime  of Manitoba. The lesnlution. however,  finally passed, but it is lhe belief now  that the pi credent has b_'on established  foi the other piovuuos to 111 ike a dl'-  m.uid onthelcder.il government^ foi  lefut.ding to litem the expendituie in-  curled in connection with the election  id public buildings, and theiu does not  appear now-to he anv doubt but that  they vvill succeed. This ..ill he good  news to the people of Bi itish Columbia  who have expended ������uth a huge sum  over the 111.igtiilkent pile of buildings  which has just been completed, ap-  pioxiiiiatmg a cost ot ibout 5900.000  and vvhieh vvill piove to be ... nest egg  to the P.u ifie piovinue 111 expendilines  in other <111 eit ions, sue h as the construction nt much need, d loads, ti.uls,  biidgc's, i.iilvvavs and lepioductive  public vv oiks Jjeneir illy.  East Lynne '  It was a half-filled house onlyth.it  gieeted the the ll.my LimUey company last night. The societv diama  K ist Lvnne vvas piesented. The most  tiymg p.ut. that of the jealous .md  ci ling w lie, was taken byCI.ua Mai lies  whom hei sympathe'ie* lendei mg ot  the ih..iae ter Iully sustained the excellent icpntation she has acquired  vv ith the Kevelstoke publii. The pai ts  of Aiclubald C.ulyle and Sir Fiances  Levison weie well taken hy 13. It.  Lewis nnd Joseph Chapman. The  maiden aunt���������Luella Beck���������furnished  no small sh.ue of the little toinedy  theie vvas in the pim e*. Tonight  Kalhlen Maioiuneen vvill he played  1 nd will lonilude the. coiupatiys engagement heie.  -SAILSJTODAY  TKe"' Second   Expedition > to the Philippines on the Move  S\>.- FnvNCisco, ' June 10.���������Ifc was  seiiu-oiliciiilly announced last night  that the ti.mspoits Ze.il.indi.i, China  and Colon, conveying the second  Manila expedition, vvill sail (today)  .Wednesday. It w.is hoped that an  eul-ei stut would be made but it  does not seein possible. The thiicl  ex-peel 1 tion. which may not get awa>  w lthin ten days, vv ill consist of U.e  transput ts Senatoi. C.ty ol Pueblo md  01ll<i7"C'Oii\ eyed hy-lh.'-mo.i'.i nr-Moii*  ridnock. thei iinsei Philadelphia and  the collier Nei o, iccentlv the Whit-  gitl.  The Senatoi is ulieidy being pie-  p. ued lor the tup. Itis .1 possibility  lhattheliidiaiiain.lv take the place  of the Citv ol Pueblo which will he  held until the foni th expedition is  lcady. This -vill be miupnscd of the  JlmganCily. Alameda and City ot  P.u.1. and -ilhei the Indiana or the  City of Pueblo. A number of vessels  nieiitioned m dispatches fiom the e.lst  as possible ti.uispoits me not av.ul-  iitilu lot the leison that rhey aie  i oasleis and have 110 means of ti.ius-  feiimgcoal fiom the hold trom the  hiiukeis at sea.  Three Spanish War Ships Reported to  Have Entered Havana ��������� A British  'Counsel Imprisoned by the Spaniards  ���������American Army Left Tampa _oa  Wednesday for Cuba���������The .Conflict  Between the Commons and the Senate  at Ottawa��������� General News of the  World.  Special to the Hernia.     . --       ..    ������*������   *  Ni.w-York, .lime 10.��������� Walter Bell,'  the Bi itish Consul at San Juan, Poito  1-itn. h.is been imprisoned by the  Spanish and subjected to gieat indignation for giving inclination to the  Ulnted States.- In tei national complication- .ue likely to aiise. "  Ottawa. June 10. -In the Commons  yestei day a lesolntton was p.issed not  concuiring with the Senate's amendment to the fi-am hise bill passed orr  division. The bill now goes baelr to-  the Senate. "P.ulianient will prorogucr  Satuiday.   The Senate held  over the  thud leading of the plebiscite hill.  v       i-i -j .;*    - t .  Xuvv York. June 10.*-A dispatch to  the Woild fiom Hong Knng says:   "A  ii'poit.   has  been   lec-eivcd   here-that"  Manila has fallen.   It is said lo he novv.  ociupied     by   Philippine    insurgents'  ooinniaiided bv-Aqiiinald."     Thuiehel  Junta, a wealthy Philippine islanders,  *'  ies:dent   heie. "is   jubilant   over   the,    ,  news." . , _ .  WASlilxGTO.x-.' June    10.���������Twenty-  seven-   thousand   tiiiops 'left Tampa  last,  Wednesday   for  Cuba   and will, .  land on Sriiuidiiyi~s_lt is expected that-  Santiago will.hu taken on Monday at*  thu latest. ..' l        .    ,  London, June 10.���������The Madrid cor-  lespondent   of the  Daily,  Mail   says!.  '���������Theie is little'douht that .Spain, .see'   ,  ing the hopelessness of farther contin-- ,  mug   the   w.u.   is     approaching athu  poweis with.1 view  to  ohtainingj an  honoirible peace.   The cabinet council',  today finally authoiized Duke Aluiedo:J  Y.u   De   Kit)   to   expedite  diplomatic '  action.   In conspciuence- the  duke .is' ��������� _  now in oonfereiiee with c-ertaiii*c^ the-'  atub.issadoi-s and ministers at Madrid.    '  0TTAw-..-iJune 10.���������Medals' will/he' '���������"  distributed for the two  fer.i.in   mids  and the Red River expedition.  . . -  j  WixxirEG,^ June    10.���������The vGrand  Lodge of jM.isoiis. 111 session here,  yesterday  elected J.  B.   _Mnrphy  gtsuid.   .  master.  j/ -II  THE CASS1ARJDEHTRAL RY  It   May  Be  Completed  by  August   of  Next Year  The Vane ouver YYm Id 1 eporter _ in  eonveisatio:* with 11. Hiisc-hel  elicited the following information,  which vv ill be ot interest to our read-  Mi. Cotton talked ,1 good deal ahont  I he advantages ol his proposed railwav.  but his.mswei teethe interviewer's  next question, a 111.itlev about which  a good deal h.us been said and written,  vv is l.ithei  e h.uai teiistir.  "How far will 01 ilinary prospectors,  be inleifeiied with in connection with  ������ raking on yont landgrant given by  the govei inneiil'-'"  '���������The loimtivis perfectly open to  evei > one and the c-*iiip.iiiy is only too  lc.idv to alfotd evei y pi-ospector all  facilities foi following his calling in  the Cassiar. The company has made  no designations whatever at the present time. Bv the company's charter  vv<* have 700,000 acres in the eountry  vv hen wc* choose to designate', hut vve  havo not yet design ited. and therefore,  have :u quit ed no lights, and the whole  countiy is still open to everyone and  even when we dodesigriate prior lights  have always to be lespccted and  avvauled. Statements to the contrary  have been made by people ignorant of  the (oinp.itiv's ch.iiler and actually of  the benefit' the company vvill be to  inincis and piospeetors generally. In  conclusion. I ma'v say that I nm very  . "iifident th it within IS months from  now vve sh ill afroid employment to  befvceii l.onOimd 2.000 men in the  C1ss1.1i cuuudiy.  1        ' "���������,  s > .��������� "JT ���������  "J .  . I  " d _    M  ,     1    * *  ,        ' _'"������1 [  v    *..__���������������I  X-'   '    ^l  1   -   "I  7.~a  ���������   i. ~-  .-���������"-"Jl  ������ - * '    *l  ->.-'-'>V'J  yv-ii  An Utter Disgrace.'  , 1     -  l^iwlessness has   hy ho means heei_-  put down by the United States aiilhoi-  ittes at Skagvv.iy;   in'fact  it  is-now*  noise th.in ever, as defenceless women *  ait* novv the victims  of  the' desperate-,  t hugs__who_infest the.*ncithern_town.__  a uuinhi'i- of them having heen robbed-"^  during the last week and one lost  her  life for defending her piopeity., r ���������  The   unfoitimate -woman, "co-nelly"  111111 del ed lor  her  money,   vvas  Ella-  Wilson, a negress. Who the niureluier,  is nobody h.is the faintest idea.   Eaily  last,   Satuiday   morning a   man,  who-  h id been in the- habit  of  visiting  the-  Wilson woman, went to her cabin, iind-  linding   the   door   open,   walked'  in.  On the floor of the shack he funnel th _-  body of the woman, dressed in a stieet"  costume, with  the .exception   of  her  shoes and stoikings,' whicli  had- lieen  taken     oil.     Sh<*     had   been   bound.,  gagged and stiangled:' it piece of clotK  wilh the   knot   under the   ear-heing  tightly    lied   around   her   neck.-  Although the neighhoiliuod is populous,  nobody could be found whodiiul lic.iid  any st'ieains  nr noise  of   a������ snuggle.  The  cabin had  be-eu   ransacked,  bur,  .-cune-jevvelleiy had been left,  so  it  is'  thought the inuideiei- was looking for  money or valuable papeis .which', the-  Wilson   vvnni.in  is  supposed  to  have  had in her possession.  y  ft.  '     "_'-. ft  .-j*������ji's|  -  .  -if rrTll  -    ���������''''}  - "��������� U1  - ''''%i\  I   -V 1  PERf<lANEHT_QUARTERS  Toronto Type Foundry Will  Locate on  Printing House Street.  J. T.  Johnston.- managing director  ot the Toronto Type Foundry ��������� Co.  has  concluded the purchase of the commodious three-storey,  solid  In ilk  structure ..ii Oweirsti-eet,'occupied hy  the  Manitoba     Produce ��������� Company.- The  sale -was -made     through     tlic'well  known    real .estate   dealers,   Walter  Suckling to Co.   The building will bo-  completely overhauled* and  fitted  up  with the view of "making it a .model  piintei-s'supply; warehouse, and  vvill;  be.   really for >. ccnpation" ahout, July-  loth.    Tliis investment) of the Toronto  Type Foundry Co. is a strong indication, of their" fail h  in   the Noith west  and goea t*> prove that eastern' whole-"  s-ile men recognize the inipoitnni-e of-  Winnipeg   as   a-   cnnnm-ici'il. centre.-  The company  is adding a large and  complete   list   of   printing-Jnnc-hines.-  type and supplies,   and1 putting-their-  noithwestern branch,in a  position   to-  meet a rapidly increasing ti .uie.     The  j printers of tlie Northwest   are show���������  j ing their appreciation  of   the  . nuu.i  ; prise by giving the company a libel a!  . ftippoit. rrTtr*0rvnrrxrtlJ i-"--'���������" ������������������"!��������� "mm  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests c������  Revelstoke, Lardeau, Bis Bead, Trout Lake  Jordan  Pass uud Eagle "ass J-i.irictH.  lllecillewriet. Albert Canyon,  - -      -     -      , JJI.K  A. JOHNSON Proprietor.  A Senii--VV������:ol_ly Journal, published in the  interests ot Roielstoko end tho surrounding  district, -Wednesday,, and Saturdaj-, making  closest connections with all train..  Advertising Kates: _>i.p'ay ads, Si."J per  column lech. ������2.00 per inch when inserted untitle  nape. Let-'al aus.. 12c per (nonparcili line for  llra't insertion ; 8c for eacli additional luaci tion.  KeadinK notices, lie tier lino each issue. Hath,  damage and Death notices, tree.  Subscription ltaics: By mail or carrier. 52.W  per annum; fWo for si.** month., strictly In  Our Job Deportment: Tm: Heijami Job  Department, is on>- of the best eniupiicil  prinlinK oraecs in West I.ooteiiny, and .10 pie-  pared to ei*cciite all kiniiu of prmtini. in llrst  class style al hones: prices <>iic price to all-  No iobtoolarco��������� nunc i������o sinall���������for us. JIuil  orders promptly intended to. Give us 11 trail  on your ne_iorder. .  "J'o Correspondent.: .Venn correspondence on any sullied of interest 'o lh- iioii.n.I  public-, and de-sir.' 11 relltilil" -.-l'lii-u* corrco*  nundoiit in ovcry lucn.ii* surroiiiidiiiK  fcovelstokc. In nil on.na lho liona lido niiiiiu  of the ".-liter iiiusliicooni'-iiiiy iiii'.niiseripi, oul  i.ot necessarily for piiblicnlio-*.  Address all cotiiuiunic-ilions  REVELSTQ'-E HERALD  Rcvclstoko. cl. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1 AU correspondence must, lm legibly  .vritteuon one. ide of (lie paper only.  i. Correspondence coiii-inin;. personal  iT.alter imist be signed with U.2 pv per name  of the writer.  3. 1 ���������orrcspondeiicc vvith reference to imy  .'hinK thnt has appeal til iu another input'  must first be oilcro- for publication 10 that  paper before it can oppcur m Tins I1iii.ai.ii.  SATURDAY,  JUNK    11,  IS'JS.  IT HAS MA DE Ci'NICS  Montreal C'a/.ctLe: fill*. Davin'..  threatened resolution arraigning  the government lor '-cynical and  systematic disregard of pledges',  promises and resolutions.'' i*"  Davinescjue bnt pertinent,. There  never has been under the British  flag, a government thnt lias disregarded the pledges of the leader  and member"! as Sir Wilfrid  Laurier's has done. Hi5 record,  contrasted with his promises, has  begotteD a cynical- sentiment also  iu the public mind. Ic i.s no Ion get-  expected that the government will  do what it promised. People look  for it to do what it condemned.  All that is needed to round oil'  the Liberal policy of economy is a  bill to increase members' sessional  allowances by another $500.  "In Life iu Loudon," Mr. Wm. 11.  Rideing contributes to the North  American Review a very interesting article dealing with the. various phases of the literary prot'es-  lsion in that great metropolis���������a  profession as ubiquitous there as  the hansome cab.  Au Americau review contains a  suggestive paper from the pan  of  the Hon. David Mills, minister of  justice, entitled: "Whicli Shall  Dominate���������Saxon or Slav'." Ibis  a comprehensive view of the aims  of Russia as shown by what she  has attempted and accomplished  iu modern times, aud the danger  menacing Anglo-Saxon civilization  and commercial supremacy  through the Slav's love oi" conquest.  A relentless fate seems lo pursue  people who have once occupied the  editorial chair of our esteemed  local contemporary. It would  require detective talent to follow-  up the careers oL all our lamented  ex-contemporaries, but uf those  -wliich-occiu-~to~_ftra_-tho~momei.t-'  one left town with more haste than  dignity to escape payment oi_a  .>"J0 fine, 'another became liuinp-  bacKed from the weight of libel  suits around his neck, a third  caused the suicide of his wife by  deserting her for another, while a  fourth was relegated to the hopeless oblivion of a govern uientjob  at Regina. Let us hope that rate  lias novv given up the _ba.i-.e_.'.  THAT    QUASHED    INQUEST  The question of the interrupted  inquest at Pincher Creek on the  bodies of two of Mr. Ilauuy's  workmen who died of diptheria  under somewhat extraordinary circumstances lust winter, ana the  details of which will be fresh in  the minds of our readers, has at  last been ventilated in Parliament,  lie low is reproduced the version of  the affair telegraphed to the  'Winnipeg I'Veo 1'ross and printed  by that paper under the head of:  "A llarruwiiig Tale."  "Al'Cci* there had  been considerable discussion  over the death of  two men 1'iom Picton, N. S., on the  Crow's Nest Pass construction, Mr. j  I'.tx.paLrii-k  made a  scateiiient ul  the facts of  lhe case to the house.  Un February S last Coroner i.li.idu  who is a coroner   uniler the North  West      Territories     government,  held an inquest into   the cause of  the: death, outsteps were taken lu  restrain him by injunction fur conducting the inquiry,   because  he  vvas :i conq otent witness, having  l.-cen tho physician who attended  the   men.      Immediately   the   department of justice vvas   notilied  steps were taken  to see whether  r.ho   coroner   would   of  his   own  accord withdraw trom the conduct  of tlie investigation ami give way  to a s'tibsCiUiLe.    Immediately on  receipt   of   a   statement   by   tho  coroner   thar. he  did not wish to  withdraw,  the   department communicated with   thoir agent, Mr.  Cony ben re,  who reported on   the  '21th of i'Vbruary that he could not  recommend     tho     institution   of  criminal     proceedings,- ,11111 il    the_  responsibility      was       delinitely  located.     Tho   department  mado  inquiries    for   that   purpose,   Mr.  I'lij-l-atrlcl- explained  that  tiiese  men, Fraser and McDonald, were  in  the employ of Mr. Ilauey, the  manager of construction i'or   the  C. P. R., and while in the mountains contracted  diptheria.    They  were immediately put in a van so  that they might reach Lethbridge  hospital.     They   passed    through  two   or   three   gangs of men employed on the road and they were  not allowed to stop, the workmen  evidently fearing  the propagation  of tlie disease.   After theyilef C tlie  van thoy were placed in an open  wagon   and    carried   to   Pincher  Creek, where they wero placed in  tt box car, and  three hours afterward they,died with Dr. Meade in  attendance.    Mr. Fitzpatrick said  ic was impossible to conceive  of  anything more cruel than che way  these, men   were   treated, but of  course they should remember the  fear the workmen have   of   contagion.     He    declared    that  the  department had done cveryching  it could and is still prepared now  to do everything it can.  "Sir Hibbert Tupper blamed the  government for not sending a commission immediately to investigate  the case. They could senel commissions to every part of rho  country ior the purpose of removing parci/.an, officials, but not  to investigate a serious thing of  this kind.  ���������'Sir Wilfrid Laurier rebuked  Sir Hibbert Tupper for trying to  make party capital against tlie  guvcrmneiu, which was evidently  more his object than to have  justice done. At the very moment  of the death of these men a sciong  government commission was  actually on the Crow's Xest i";i*-s  railway work, investigating, noC  this particular matter, hut all  complaints   regarding   the   treat-  SUICIDE OF MRS. BEAUFORT  A Deserted Wife's Sad End���������The Husband Once a Galgary Journalist  A coroner's inquest was held in London, I'.ng.. Inst month on the body of  Mrs. Ecfit.h Jermyn Beaufort, aged 30,  who vvas described as a lady novelist  lier husband, lOrnest Beaufoit. will be  remembered ns editor of the Calgary  Tribune some years ago.  The Kuglish papers give full reports  of the: inquest, from which it appears  Hint l.e'.uifoft, is connected with a London .journal the. name of which the  CDi'o'nei' would not specify. lleauf.irt  bad left his wife and was living with  another young woman and that preyed on hei-mind. He had further in-  adequiili'ly piovided her with means,  and being of great literary ability she  bail struggled to get a living by wi iking novels and olher I i Lenny work,  t-ilie lived in a Hal, and not having been  seen since Hie !)th inst.. the suspicions  of a sergeant in the C ini-il... who lived  beneath, were avousucl, and lie went  to her room. On the stairs lie found a  nole written hy Mrs. Beau fori., which  read: "If there is a smell of gas be  cure till about, striking a lighter taking  a candle upstairs. 1 believe there is  an escape, so upon the. doors and windows.���������1*!. .1. Beaufort." Tho sergeant  found all the gas jits in a gas stove  turned on. The fireplace was stuffed  with papers and tho bottom of the  door blocked with a sheet. Among  other piLpersgvv.'LS a letter i'ronia school  mistress at Baling, saying that she  could not continue Lo educate Mrs.  Beaufort's children at a reduce J fee,  and asking when she vvouid fetch the  children away. Tliero vvas a sub.-e-  quenl letter from the same schoolmistress s-iiyinir Mr. Beaul'ott.luid sent  a chequo for ,L'10. Airs. Beaufort had  three children.  Mis. Kloi'onee I'~mery. of Drilling  ltond. 1 l.'imiiiersinith, said she was an  intimate, friend of thodeceasedwoman.  They vvc-i _ wril ing a story together.  Her husband was in a position to send  her money but he had only sent her  ,1... during the two or thiee years he  had been away from her. The husband vvas aware that his wife was in  need and had nohody to depend on  except herself. Thodeceased woman  had spoken ot ways of suicide, but  never mentioned gas.  Police-sergt. .luhns said Lhat ho  found thodeceased woman seated in a  chair. She had been reading a mnga-  7.ine. whicli nad dropped out of her  hand on to the lioor. "Tie found the  gas jets on, and there vvas a slight  smell of gas in the room.  An inspector snid the deceased  woman hnd a "shilling in the slot"  machine, by which she could got 210  cubic feet of gas. She could however,  put iu six shillings at once to gob a  supply of 1.501) feet. ��������� '   .  The!' coroner said that the letter  found on the slops was evidence of a,  deliberate act by Mr.-'. Beaufort I'' take  her own life, but the Couit had the  evidence of friends that the deceased  woman's troubles were mora than she  could bear.. There was no doubt that  she vvas constantly oppressed by  trouble, responsibility and anxiety. A  verdict of suicide while tetnpoiarily  insane was returned.  y*  Incorporated by Act ot Parliament, 1855  Paid up Capital  Rest furid   -  Head Office-  $2,000,300  -    1,500,000  -Mcmtpeal  BOARD OP DIP.EOTOKS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H. -Giving, Vice-President  \V. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  -aiiiiiol Pinlcy   J. P. Cleghorn  II. Markland Molson  F. .Volferstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  A. I.. Buriiford,  Inspector  11. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals, firms,  blinkers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  I-iiglish ar.d American exchange  bought and sold afc lowest rates.  BKAMOHSS :  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHUROH - Rovolstoke.  Preaching servicos at 11 a.m. aud 7:30  p.m. Class meeting at the cIobo of the  morning service, sabbath School and Bible  Class ac 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday ovouiug at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public nro cordially invited.   Seats (reo.  ���������     ItEV. J. A. WOOD, Pastor.  fHURCH    Ok'  v���������>   Revelstoko  Aylmer, Onl.,  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Out.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Out,  ftleai'ord, Ont.  Alontreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg,f"1nt.  Norwi~_i, Out.  Simcoe,  Ontario:  Victoria, B,  itevelstoke Branch:  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Jtidgetown, Out.  Smiths Falls, C_.li  Sorol, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  Tcron to Jimc'n, Ont  Tccriton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  "Woodstook.Out  Winnipeg, IvTaD  Vancouver, B, C.  Kevelstoke. B. C;  . C.     Quebec.  J. II. Molson, ManBRCr  ENGLAND-St.    Peter's,       Hours of servico:   Evening  prayer  daily  ut 5  o'clock   Fridays  at   7:30  undays and Festivals:   Holy Communion at 1-  "    Sunday School  .; prnycr nt 7:30.  . Holy Communion  at morniiiK services.  FRANK A. FORD. Vicar.  isuiiniiy- ami _ ustivais:   lioiy ut  a.m., morning prayer at 11.   S  and Bible Class at 2:30, ov-oning  First Sunday in tho mouth Hoi'  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH-RoyolBtoko.  ���������i- Sorvieo overy Sunday at 11 ii.m. and 7:30  Ii.ni. BIb'e Cliss ul 2:30 p.m., to which  nil nro welcome. Prayer meeting ac 8 p.m.  every Wednesday.  REV. P. D. MUIR. Pastor.  TJ_E .MLNLNS EXC-iMGE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in town.    White labor only.  The bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars. - ,  Fi-ee Bus .Meets Jill Tr-ains.  SUS LUJ.D Proprietor.  CATHOLIC   CHURCH ���������Revel-  Mass   llrst and third SinulayB in  month at 10:30 a.m.  KEV. FATHER TMAYElt.  ROMAN  stoke.  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1653  ���������ItOBiiltii- meetings aro held in tho  Uddf-llows' Hall on tlio second and  foutln Wednesdays of each month  ut 7:30 p.m. ��������� Visiting brethren  cordiallv invited.  Dr. T. Jells, XV. M.;   T. J. Grahamo. Rec. Soc.  W. G. Blrnoy, Fin. See,;   K. S. Wilson, Treas.  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,Q0G,Q00  Reserve     -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland, President  T.R.Mc_rit_,VicePres.,(Sfc.Cat_a-ines)  -Villiam-Kamsay, Robert Jalfray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Sta'yner  Elias Rogers.  D. R. "Wilkie. General Manager.  Branohoa   "  North West and British Columbia  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F..N0.3461.  Meets in the Odd-  Icllows' Hall on tho  2nd and ith Fridays ot  each month. Visiting  brothrou invitod to  attend.  .1. B.Scott, CR.  J. L. Smith, lt. -  Ellis & Grogan  F. JVleCJIRTY  -"Wholesale and .Retail  Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JVUDTmN J!WD SJ1DSJISE  .Fisli   and   Game   in    .Season.       Markets   nl   .Kevelstoke,  llcvelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout .Lake City, und Ferguson.  rierchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet. B. C.  Insurance. (Jomini*.6ion and Mining  Brokers, Calvary, Alberta.  Agent for tho Queen Firo Insuranco  Co., of America.  Represented    by    AV.    MORRIS,  Itevelstoke. n6-tt  GOME TO  STAY   *  The    Toronto Type  Foundry  Purchase  a Business EIoclc in Winnipeg  Asa straw indicates the direction of  the wind so the confidence shown hv  enterprising eastern linns points in  the increasing commercial importance*,  mid the raniii and .sustained business  development of the ("real Xorth West  and which has resulted in the purchase  bv the widely known Toronto Type  Foundry of tliat substantial and exten-  .-ive three* sti-rey brick block on Owen  Sr.ie'i-:, Winnipeg, which,is occupied  bv the -Manitoba   Produce   Company.  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Essex  Fergus  Gall"  lngersoll  GpogNan & Co.  __________ General Agents  (Successors to J. D. Sibbald). Insurance.  Real Estate.   Mining.   Loans.  Office: First Street, next to XV. li. pease &  Co.   Code Morei. g and Neil.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  Bust  W.J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House-  The   largest hotel  in  Alberta's represent;-.live in Parliament has completely soiited 011  the present government and its  ways. He accuses the mini-tors ol'  questionable conduce in attempting to get hnnroper mea-iuii.",  through the house. "Important  government mea .ures,'' he writ-.--,  "are being kept, back rather than  Sushed forward"no doubt with the  ope of usiug bodily weariness and  urgency of private business of the  members to prevent, discu _*--ion anel  possibly disarm criticism." *_nd  the supplementary estimates have  given him fresh cause for alarm.  They bring the total estimates tor  the year up to $17,111,077, wliich  for an "economical" government  are not bad. .Mr. Oliver rightly  remarks      that      the      economy  ment of the men, and Lhat commission actually investigated thi-  ~ca"s"ei.~ro~far~a~3-rhey~i:c'ouid~-^i5cyo:Td;T  doubt these men were brought to'  a prematura death by ill truac-  meiic and no doubt" there wus  responsibility somewhere for manslaughter if noc for murder, and  the government wero prepared to  do everything iu their power to  briiii; tiie pai ties' lesponsiblc to  .-justice."  Time will bhovv whether Sir  Wilfi id is sincere in his statement  that the government "it prepared  to doeverything in their power to  bring the parties i-t*~~pon<~ibIc to  .justice." Already**overal months  have elapsed since the ctiegi'ucc'i'nl  occurrence ami no .igns are vt.ible  rhac either Kir Wilfrid or tho  government have done anything  whatever in this direction. On  tlie contrary the only thing they  have done was to rel'ti'-e to allow  eoun-.el for Dr. Meade, the coroner,  when the ca**������ was taken before  the Supreme Court.  The last finished literary work  f the lit. Hon. Wm. K. Cladstone  was his eloquent and tender tribute to the memory of Arthur  Henry Hallam, the friend of his  school days, and thereafter until  his untimely death. The article  was the last of five which Mr.  Gladstone had at different: times  written expressly for the Youth's  Companion, and appeared-recently. The -filial revision of the  article, in the venerable slates-  man's own hand writing. \va*j concluded in November, 1.SD7. S/rdi a  tribute from a man of KS, whose  statesmanship has luatle a profound aud euduring impression  upon the civil history of the world.  to a youth of 22 who had been 01  years in his grave, is'probably'unexampled in literature. Theentin*  manuscript of this article is one of  many rare autographs possessed  by the publishers of the Youth's  Companion.  The. phrase "bottled up" which  American ptiper-" aie so fond of  applying to Admiral Cf-rvera must  have heen -ugge~ted by the fact  that the average Yankee is pretty  handy vvith a cork screw.  Tin* purcha.-e" was completed nn -Moo-  day and the busine*_i was negotiated  through the well   known   real  estate  f.,.      -_ r   \<-    ,.     ���������  Ci l.v*^.���������   C. J'.-  rrnrTj" * v .-.rem-o.T^irTjtij-yi*--*^'*  The sticce.**-. of this   company   is  common inter, st of the city of \V  peg and of the   Xorth   West,   as  the!  company become-* ei .entially a Winn:- 1  pctr institution, anei   easts   in    its  lot!  with the jirogre-.-. and interest,  of the   .  great, inland   metioprtlis.^   The  newly"  .lcqiiirAl building  vvill IA'   thoroughly j  overhauled am! lilted out wilh  all the 1 j'  mo-it mceli-i-n  appliances   awl reijnir .-'. {  men is ol'.i tvpe fiuiiidi y.     Jlr.  ..'.    (', | ]  Cir.enc, wi-oha*. h������*en in charge   of the j j  British Columbia, branch  of  the  busi-ji  111* _s of  llie   lira)   al Vancouver,  has ' j  b"CP. iir-lalled   in   tin:  man.-igemeiiL ol iL,  I he new .-iili'iiniM-, ,nid    will    for the  ititiii'c make \Viini!|i. u his  head-ijii'ii'-  tei"-, where he vvill hive under hi., own  pcrional -.upervi .ion  one!  control  the  loundiy iiinl printing ilcji.iitrnent.  Th.- new undertaking of the Toronto  Type Foundry comp-iny will be of  great, advai-.l.ig-' in the publishers and  printers of Lhe Xorth We������t Territories  in hrincing into nearer proximity to  their bui'.nesJs sphere the neces. hies of  the trade, assuring n** it docs the maintenance of a well equipped printers  supply emporium such as is necessary  to cope with the rapidly iticrca-sin'g  trade in this thriving section of Canada. The iii.-iinging ditector of t.he  comp-iuy. Mr. J.'F. Johnson has spent  Portage la V*i_couvei  ' Prairie Winnipeg  Prince. Albert  Revelstoke  South Kdmonton.  ONTARIO. .  Niagara Falls   ISt.'Ihomas  Port Colborne .Toronto  Rat Portage      Wei land  Sault St. -iariei Woodstock  Sfc, Catharines |  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  w~ith whom money may he deposited  for transfer hy letter or cable to  of above, branches.  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St. Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points" in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United __. States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold   Purchased  This Banlc Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted foe at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts in tho  Yukon anlc northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN,  Manager Revelstoko Brari-li  CHOICEST  CISJ.R.S   '    '���������'     ;  TOBACCOS  C1SJIR.ETTES  SOFT DRUNKS  ICE CREJLM S0DJ-S  ICE CR,EJ_.M  _-    Bicycles   Repaired and   I'or Hire  R. JV_.SJV-YT.HE  town.        Centrally  Choice ' Wines,   Liquors   aiid  Cigars  Best-   accommodation.        ' ltates" $1     per  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  located  day  Large light bed rooms.     Kates  Table furnished with  the choicest the market  affords." Best- Wines  Liquors ~ and      Cigars  $1.00 a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE. Proprietor.  inlO-tf  THIRD STRKET CENTRM.  To..  Fortune  Seekers  &&-DP JWalloel?  Physician and SurRoon, _Icl~o--ic  .Vvenue,' Itevelstote Station, 13. C.  It you try your luck prospecting  in tho Lardeau District, don't  pasn I. jM. CITRON'S general  store .it Thomson's Landing, when  you can buy the cheapest and,  licst miners' supplies in tlio district,  I. M. CITRON  ini-if  THOMSON'S LANDING.  E;iI_X_-D_^IEt>  Dooi-s  ;SasU "  Turnings  Mouldings  TRY THE NEW YARD  Arrowhead Saw & Planing* Mills  Revelstoko Agents:. PIPPY __ WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  -____-Bg^-  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardeau and Trout Lako District  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Freighting  specialty.  and   Teaming   a  FERGUSON  The  Centre   of  the ��������� Lardeau   Mines  Th"! readiness with which public  opinion in the I'nited ..tares can  be swung round by ih<- newspapers and politicians, leads a  Montieal paper to remarl: that a  composite photograph of representative American citi/.>~ni vvouid  show distinct!!traces of a ring in  the nose.  Royal Hotel  J ________,���������������__CA_jGA.RY  Near the CI.'. 11., Station.  Rates to suit the times, from $1 to  $1.50   per   day,   according  tn  location of rooms.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Reilly &. Archer,  Proprietors  Tfte  Pioneer  Stores  __..���������_,of Ferguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co.  several (ivceks in Winnipeg organising  the lni.iiie.-_ of the company in the  west.  ilen  OBXEKALMfiUCHANTS  ler in Miners." Supplies, Hard ware,  j Groceries, Dry Ouod...  j Kvcrytliin^  lo  lie  found in n general store.  1 Po.t Ollice in connection.  YU*<vO|_ P&P  Published by Tin-:  dijiUM), acknowledged to  pc tlu! imi'l complete and  iic.:iii"itc map obtainable  ,iK the overland loutcs to  Lhe Yukon   Lithographed,on heavy  or liuht paper   Price  51.00.  Together with a copy  of special edition of TlIF-  l!i_i:,\iM), containing complete information regarding   routes,  -supplies,  etc.  The, Herald !������_- '  At onr TKS-.MII-E BRANCH ("tore  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  ("nd all Mincni' and I'rospectors' Supplies arc  kept on hand  iF3Df_.FTLY SECURED!  V������*ri!ii friroiir iiitcr/'sJuiK Ijonhs *' rn'.'Mit-  t or's ir*'Ip ' ,iiifl  "Hoiv  \mij urn k\_ inrllcM.'  S- ii������l ir-* ;i rodfxhBkotC-i  \ \i\\'f\*\\<)\\ rn- Miiprovrnifit.  m-i(l_.'l ftf \011r *  lllfl   \V(������   Will Toll  ,'  froo nm* f'i)ii)j'_n :\n to v.iiHlinr it  in j  5 iipnhnl-ly |m(i nt_ililt'.   \\'u innl.*-;i -p'-cinliy ,  s nf  :i pitli--.it i'^iim   rc.U'cd (I   in   oilier   liun'U. i  S Jlij^hcHti rL*f������*-]-''in,c,s"f(iriiNli':cl-  5 MAIt.ION & MARION  < PATENT SOX-ICITORS & EXPERTS ]  T'ivll it M'Tli.iiiIeiil   rnKlnci.TR, firadtiatn. of thn -  ]���������*>_>t.-i-JiTilc ^rh'tol of  KiiKlnecrJnrr. l'-nclH-l'.r'i in 1  Aji|>.h'fl   Sc li ii( i~s,    Lnvnl    TTnlv* r������itv,   Mcinbrn a  l',itt~nt l.iw ..-"(-Mrl'itimi.   Aini'rlrnit \\':*trr Wnrlc _ J  A3='ict.'ition. >t*w J.iiifliiiHi   Wntcr Work1* A-.tic  3', O. Huivt-yr-f-.  AWR-lcliitloii,  AKiSUC. aiflribtT t'tttt.  c tioulely of Civil EujriTK'ora. J  \ nFFinCR--f HEW Y0RK LIFE B'LD'C, MONTREAt CftH.  J umut0' ( ATLANTIO BUtLOINO., WASH1NOT0M, D.C.  W.  PETRETTO  T^e Roman  Stobe. .Makep  Healer  in   Itsots  ond   Shoe..     Mnckun/.io  Avenue, two doors aoulli Molson's Hunk.  Harness Repairing done.  Modornte Prices.   Work Kuarnntocd.  If You Want  PURE  COWS .MILK,  Guaranteed Unadulterated.  SotoTiiE EUROPE DJtlRY  I       MIW. I'. JULIAN.  cI.Kepnagl^ari  Carpenter  and Builder  Olllco and Workshop:   Opposite Court  Mouse. Revelstoke.  I'inns. specifications nnd estimates Kiven on  nciillcntion. The largest stock of doors, sash,  brackets., ttirniEK<~. mouldliiics. bnso casIe-RS.  kiln dried floorinK < filing- nnd all inside  llni..h la now in stuck and will be offered at  prices never j beforo qubicd on this 1 ido of  Vnnnouver. 'ilny oci. rcquirinR any of the  above materials will bo consulting th*ir own  intcrpetn hyKctttnK my prices before orderini;  oloowheru. o--'Mf  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake Uity.   For particulars write    CUAIG>feJilLTjMAN,/rH03iS0N'ri.L.\NDjNq.  THE  LAST  CHANCE  To secure one of those desirable lots  CHEAP 011* the C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site.  Dont   wait   till   tlio  boom   hits   the  town   in   the ' spring  like   a  cyclone,'  but BUY" NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE  Sole, Agents.  Robert  Samson  . Wood Dealer  and Drayman  . .  DruyinK and delivery work a specialty.  Teams always on hand nt shortest notice.  Contract] for .jobbing taken.  -iRont   for  the    Standard   Oil   Company.  John  E. Wood  Jlreftiteet  and Builder  Kitliinitcs. plans and specifications furnished  on npplicntion. -hop und repair work  promptly attended to. Wood c-rviri. n  spcciiilty.      Work    --hop   on   Front Street.  Tfoe Revelstoke  Pl^oto Company  Revelstoke, B. C  STUDIO: UOUOLASSTKEET.  WhatDolTou  (f  Want in Shoes ���������  If you want a Rood Mine--,' Shoo conic to  D. Jenkins.  If you want a uood Prospectors' Shoe como .  to D. Jenkins.  If you want a fine or s'roiiK Cork Soled Shoe  como toll Jenkins..  If you want a Long Lei,' Hoot como to D.  Jenkins.  Shoes and Harness rep lired on the _ liortost  notico. All lines of work kept in stock  nt prices to suit a'l. '  I  D. JENKINS  * First Street, ono block from  the   Imperial  Bunk ot Cunada,  Kevelstoko Station, B.  C.  J. R. Hull  & Compai-y  Itiileliers    and    Wholcs-Ic   and  Kutuil Ucalorij in lleef. Pork, otc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  Ah orders in  lllled   our lino promptly  FRANK BARNARD  Brick and.Stono Mason  < himncy buildi-C a -pecialty. Ccntracts  promptly attended to. Material furnished  when called for.      All   work   guaranteed-  First Stroot, Rovolstoke* Station. ."_.J /  SUMMARY OF NEWS  -  BI*  I?  iv<  _.  i". .  |f . I'.;  Aceoiding to the _Montn*.'il. correspondent of a Toronto new, paper there  is to be n general election in the fall.  Three men l._"~i. August .startPcl with  a printing outtit for Klondike, but got  no further, tliiin Chilkoot Pass, where  tliey had to abandon it.  Thiitv-oiic "-fillers with three carloads of cil'ei:t. arrived in Winnipeg  on Thursday. June 2. They an* from  South Dakota mid it is their intention  to settle in Albeila. , -    ,  Delegates from South Dakota numbering ton nractienl persons have ai-  rived in "Winnipeg. Their mission is  to inspect various'parts, of the Territories and report on the prospects for  settlers.  The belief is common in the United  States that at the termination of the  war the government >vill be able to  throw oil' the responsibilities for Cuba  and the 1?liiUipines. If this idea is  really entertained at Washington  there pre lively times in store.  25 survey parties nie lio'ng si*nt'to  Manitoba and the 'ferritin ios this summer by tli('d(*partiiienL ot the interior  to sui'vev lands in unsettled districts.  They will work around YorUlon. and  iu the Territoiies at Edmonton, Batoche, Vish Creek, Swan lliver and  Prince Albert.  .1. A. McEvoy of the geological department, Ottawa, anived ou Mon-  di-v'a tr.iin at E.imonton, and is husy  aiTangiiig an exnloiat.ion 'rip lhrough  the Yellow He.ul Pass. The trip vvill  be principally I'or geological purposes,  and vvill last about tour months. The  party vvill consist of about ten men in  all, ;ind pack horses will be used to  carry the outfit.  It has been ascertained that the  young Ciiiiiu-ian, Freeiii.ul llalstend,  who was reported to hnve been shot by  the Spaniards of San .Imin, whilo acting as correspondent for tbe New-  York IIerald and the London Graphic,  is in a Spanish fortress condemned a  prisoner for nine ycais. A cable from  theRritishConsoi.it San Juan says  that Hiilstead vvas ani'sted for photographing new I'm ts and vvas tiicd by  rourr martial and sentenced as above  stated. Mr. llalstend comes from  near Burlington. Out.  Yet another section of the* urovince  gives piomise of adding something to  the gold output. Information has  been received that gold had been discovered on the east shoio of Lake Bennett. As lhe news spread llieife was a  rush for the section when* ihe yellow  metal had been, found, and several  hundred claims were staked oil'. On  the discovery claim dirt, live feet from  the surface went SI _0 to'the pan.  Color was also found in the rreok running inlo Tuchi Lako. and in fact all  the creeks in the disliict have been  found to contain gold.  The London Daily Mail -says: ".Lord  Aberdeen's early retiieinent from the  Governor-Generalship of Canada opens  -up a great opportunity in I lie Imperial  Government. The. Dominion, alter a  slumber of centuries, is awakened to  its magnificent possibilities: and one  cannot, be a week in Canada now without feeling that the whole country is  palpitating, like niitmo in the springtime, vvith the coming development.  And Ciinada is keenly sensitive on the  subject of a worthy rRpresenr.!itivo of  the Crown afc Ottawa. Loi d Aberdeen's successor must be a man of the  very first rank.-- Savincr. , perhaps,  India, there is no Viceroyalty in the  Empire whose importune, can he  measured against the .Governor-Generalship of Canada. "Why not choose  Lord J el-Cry? lie is a first-class man.  and he is no stranger to the Dominion.''  The-Toronto Industrial Exhibition  vvill this year be held fnun August 2!)  to September 10. and will be formally  opened by liis Excellency the Governor-General and Lady Aberdeen on  August :10.  A very strict censorship is kept over  press war despatches in the United  States. It is not so long ago since  , yery severe things were <_iid about the  dilliculties in the, way ������f United States  war correspondents during England's"  little war in Egypt. , But, our neighbors have now discovered that it is  absolutely necessary to place some  barrier to the despatch of war intelligence and are themselves acting in the  very manner that they at that time so  strongly criticised.  An engineer in the north ot England  has just patented a gun which is calculated to neat the rccoid in the quick  discharge of bullets, for it is estimated  that it will lire no fewer than 80,000 in  a single minute. The machine will be  mounted on a motor car, with bliides  projecting from the axles. The bullets  are' discharged with enormous velocity  and the inventor declares that at, close  quarters an enemy would be absolutely  annihilated by them. Experiments  have; already been ninde and have  proved fully satisfactory.  A despatch from T_.nkoj.-i, in the  territory of the Royal Niger Company,  West A_t ica, .says that the natives at  Nikki drove out a Fiench ollicer and  six men who were established there.  No explanation is given of the action  of the natives. Alter the French had  <iecn expelled, the British troops in  the neighborhood entered the place  .and hoisted their Hag. The_ natives  are rejoicing over the British occupation of the town. The French  l_j.ve protested and demanded that the  -British withdraw. They have established a pnst vvith the French Hag Hying outside the walls. The town of  ftfikki was one of the original causes ot  the dispute between England and  I'r.incc. As it was by the use [of very  ..harp practice that the French obtained possession of Nikki the British  -are not likely to take too much notice  of protests now.  On .lune 71 li the lirst steamer ol the  Bennett Lake to Klondike Navigation  Companv, called lhe Or*, will sail  from Bennett to Dawson, reliable in-  .'ormat-on having been received that  the steamer will be icady by this date,  wliich will bu as- soon as the water is  free lrom ice. Hy .lime 12. tbciofnro.  at lhe I.-ilosf. this steamer will at rive  .-it Dawson vvill: lier valuable cargo,  being, it in cxp*-'clcd, the llrst boat lo  arrive. Arrangements for bringing  dint tome of llie guld on lhe return  ttrip.'ii-u being ninde, so that vve may  -cXy-ocl. lhe lirst shipment lo arrive  jiboul-,Iuiie21. The other boats ol lhe  ���������fleet that this eouiiiatiy are building  will make tin* run down shortly after  .Tune 1. The journey bv iIicm* limit i to  Dawson will redm-ci lhe time fr.~m  Vancouver to Dawson to about 12  ilnye.  >. _��������� -.'  'i -���������_.)  Mothei (to Bobbie)���������"You must not  put olf tm tomorrow what you can do  today." IJobbie���������"Then let's finish the  plum pudding."  An enthusiastic editor wrote- "The  liatlle is iiiivv opened." Bur, alas! the  the compositor spelt, battle vvith an  "u" anil ua* readers said they had suspected it. all along.  The London Daily Telegraph of a  laic dalB says: lteutei's Agency learns  that a most rigorous censorship, is hemp; oxeicized on the American side  over news *>ent by the cables from  London. Even "statement* haying  only the most ii-uioU' bearing on the  proceeding*, of American war vos-cl-*  aie -.topped.  Major rMcCiihhnn vvill lake charge  for a month of tin: Indian Uep'utiuciit  'vai'i-hou-i'. which bas been secured on  Ihe C. P. R. at Winnipeg. The waio-  hotise ivn-. formerly at Itegina, but for  convenience nl distribution vvas removed mi a*. I,j be nf more easy access  to the ol.ii.-i.-ils. The treaty payments  commence on July J.  lt may sound a little .startling, says  mi exchange, but it is said-to be true*,  thai, moie jouug men'uie learning  trades in penitentiaries than out of  them, because parents arc trying to  make clerks, doctors, lawyers and even  preachers out of material intended for  lii.icksi.iitlis, carponteis and other  trades for mechanics.  Inspector Thomas lliscox has ten-  tiered bis resignation to the Kegina  city council. The , resignation, however, has nut been' acceptr'd. and the  council passed a vote of confidence in  the. inspector and allirmed tlieir belief  that he is the victim of a conspiracy,  und that the serious charges piefetred.  against hun cannot be sustained.  'ihe dilliculties of entei ing into the  inarmed stale are ausmiented at  Moose Jaw, a conteuipoiary stating  that there is a "man iage license"  famine in that town. A young man  desiious of uniting himself to tin* band  ot benedicts had to make ...midnight  trip to Kegina to secure the necessary  credentials lor tho pcrlortiiiuico of the  ceremony. This is a peculiar stale of  iifl'.ins for a'town situated as Moose  Jaw is and having two issuers of  licences. Wo are informed the aopli-  cant had given leu days notice of hi _  rei|iiii'i*meiils.  A Barrio special to t������be Globe ascribes the following winds to Kev. Ilr.  Robert-Uin, iu his address to Barrio  Presbytery: '.-We hear a great deal  these day's about Anglo Snxon or  Anglo,Americ!in union. I would advise Canada not to hank much on that  teeling. There is a great deal of-sentiment in tt.~ It piys the Americans  just now lo be fiiendly with the  Canadians and British. If existing  circumstances were otherwise Americans might be finiiiil taking the other  oxttome. Canadians had better rely  on themselves and pay attention to  the development and strengthening of  tlieir own countiy and population."  A Toronto correspondent says: Next  autumn promises to be a veiy busv  one in the political world. In addition  to the'legislative protest-, iirid-liye-  elections and tho federal bye-elections  that are to come, the pi'biscile campaign vvill be on. October vvill pro-  hablv be the month sei .ted for the  light. Already the prohibitionists are  preparing I'or the liny."and have ordered SO.UOU'campaign, buttons to-be  distributed among the" Sunday school  children. These bear the legend.  "Vote I'or'-probibition and save, me."  mid-each little one will be' asked lo'  wear one as promiuently as possible.  Some months ago a well-known  European freak died, having predicted  that the year 1S0S vvouid see the bloodiest war" ever waged--an universal  war. His idea is held by a certain  Charge d'Affaires of one of the I.uru-  pean legations at Ottawa, who says  that the powers with t.he exception of  Britain will interfere to stop the present wai; that the United Slates will  reluse to stop and vvill receive the  support of Britain. Kussia will join  Austria and Germany, while Fiance  anel Italy will be vvith the Saxons.  This, savs the diplomatist, is what  -Britain-has- iiceii-prcpiu ii. g-=l'or,_ and.  this is what is" being talked of in the  cabinets of Europe.       ���������  The Edmonton bridge has been" the  subject of ii good deal of criticism in  Northwestern* papers. .From what  vvas said in the Ilouse of Commons on  Friday night it appears that only 10  days were allowed from the date of  calling for the* examination of specifications and the p'-epnration of tenders,  it rather short tune tor a work so  distant. The specifications requited  the abutments to be of l ubble masonry,  lint after the contract was let concrete  was substituted, at lhe contractoi's  price. The htructuie was to.bo completed in three months, and a penalty  of $..0 a day was provided for failure  in this matter: hut the time was extended and the penalty abioguted.  The one purpose of thn specifications  seems to have been to scare the wrong  contractois from competing.  COMPENSATION.  Donre=t. foi n-.i* the breath of flower*,  Tim mmning breaking rosy wise.  Tor v ou 1 lie red warm through the hours  Aud mold upon your eyes.  For you Uie eai tli'.moll and thr rnin,  The vviin roots, writhing overhead.  For n-.i* en cviir "-nlibing pain,  And few, few v\ ords you snid.  Tor mc thr light pul.-ltiiiR vv.-i-te.  For mo thft noisy, wrinkling sea,  For you .-ill .*.lli*:ic������'S arc lnced,  All ik.rk*. wove cntll. .sly.  And _-ct I would (lint I cnuld'lie  la d.-ii ki .-ind m'.i u -i>s as deep,  Wheio (li-iivvii lips '.-.'in not latifh or sigli,  _.oi* i'.u_t_- eyes ran weep.  If I lint knew thnt you o'eihmrd.  l-._::i-ih tin' -.l.y--. cirrs-ms smile,  V>"('i:: pn:n(,|i'i:.,s -on owiiij; for the elond  As I do nil ihe while.  ���������Post Waci-lcr in Xew York Press.  A COUK LEGGED MAN.  BY CH.U'.LES It.  LEWIS.  FIRST-CLASS SECURITIES.  The London Sketch of a recent issue  has the following notes on the reasons  for the low price of A 1 Railway and  other preference stocks:  It may seem irksome to recur so  fi'ci~ii-iif,ly lo the variations in the  prices of really first-class stocks, such  as Consols and R-ulivay Debenture and  Preference stocks. But theie is' immense significance at present in the  market movements ot these stocks,  and that significance is not geneially  realii'.ed. The public turns the matter  up side down. A fall in Consols is regarded as a bad sign, and so with  anything else, the seem ity of which is  undoubted. It is really the other way  about as matters stand at the present  moment. The greater the revival of  our trade the grealei the demand for  our manufactures, the greater the  restoration of political and financial  confidence geneially, (pro tinto) the  pi ices of the be.-,t kind of slock.- will  go down, mu up. This j_ mi because  i'i!' the great lockups in such fancy  things during years ol" almost universal distiusl.  Harry Lindley oneof the bi*st,knoivn  comedians in Canada bus iviitt.n im  autobiography winch is exceedingly  interesting loading, and full >>f the lineal information and ii������iiii:iisi'_ noesof  Lhe Canadian stage. Mr. Lindley has  many friends nnd admirers who will  hie to rend his book.  Of tho six passengers who alighted  from tbo stage coach at tho Acorn _iun,-  in BlKsfield, one April evening was a  nam with a wooden leg. That sort of a  mi-fortune is not rare, aud yet the victim, especially in a country town, always attracts considerable attention.  Tho .'-'ranger registered as John Gordsm  of Chicago, and when ho gave out that  ho might remain iu Blis.sfield for several weeks everybody wondered what  business could have brought him there.  "Tho man with tbo wooden leg," as  l:o camo to be generally spoken of, had  been iu town about a week, wheu ouo  of tlio leading merchants was robbed of  uboiit $1,000 in ca-Ji. Ho had the money iu au old fashioned safe, which  opened with a key, and the safe had  heou unlocked. Eiiti-ilnce to tho store  had beeu effected by way of tho fanlight  over tho front doors. Ko suspicious  characters had been seen about tho town,  and as the Merchant aud bis'son were  tho only oues having keys to tho safe  the affair was a puzzle. The local constable did a great deal of talking,'but  struck no clew, and in his desperation  he a&l:ed tiur'dan to assist hiin, believing, no doubt, that a government officer  ol any tort ought to be moro or less  posted in detective work. Gordau seemed  to tliink tho matter over for awhile and  then roplied:       -   ������  "Tho caso is as plain as the nose ou  your faco.. The merchant's son took the  money, and after this thing quiets down  he will go oft to St. Louis to havo a  {.���������ond time. I'd stake my lifo he's got  every dollar of tho inissiug cash bocure-  ly hidden away somewhere."  Tho constable couldn't believe it of  tho young man, having ltuown him from  childhood, bnt ho was bound by a promise not to mention the matter, and after  bevci'al theories had "been worked out  and exploded tho matter was allowed  to drop, e_. rather, it was relegated for  another scusatioti. Soveu or eight days  after tho storo robbery tho posloflico  was cu'tercd. That, too,'hael an old fashioned safe, bnt it hold something liko  .?-.',000. Of this snm about .f,.00 belonged to tho postmaster, the'balauco to tlio  citizens.  The lock on the back door was bored  off with a braco and bit taken from a  carpenter's shop, and this safo was also  opened by Means of a falso koy. The excitement ia lhat small town was intense, ami men tumbled over each other  (o advance theories ar.d suggestions.  Tho robbery did ' uot tako placo until  after 10 o'clock at night. Tho postmaster aud his assistant could provo thoui-  Eclves clear. The general idea was that  tlio burglars had driven into the village  f rum a point perhaps 20 miles away,  and this was strengthened by the tale  "onrfarmcr~as���������to-b~aving~"~scen~ar buggy  wilh two men in it pass his house twice  lhat uight. Ho saw uothiug of the sort,  but told tho story from a desire to "mix  in", and furnish a clow.  The sherif- rode all over tho county  in search of his men, but tho days passed und uo ouo vvas arrested. No ono had  advanced tho theory that tho robber was  living amoug us, aud if any one had he  ' would havo been laughed at for his  words. Gordau, tho government agent,  was tlio only stranger .in town, and who  could .aspect hiin? He had little to say  about either job, but wheu pressed for  uu opinion ou tho p__tol~-.ee affair he replied:  "Gentlomcu, uiy line is not detective  work, though I havo seen a good deal of  it and know something about criminals.  "Whoever did that job come from a dis _  titnec. There was likely two of jthcui.  Tbey may havo como oO miles for all  we know, but you can bet they were old  hands aud slick ones."  . It was decided that tho robbery hnd  been committed by strangers, and aftor  a search lasting threo or four days the  offlceriTgiive ic up. It was a bin loss to  tho postmaster aud scvoral citizens, bnt  thby had to bear it tbo best way thoy  could. Tho postmaster was au old man  and bad little of this world's goods, and  Gordau offered to bo oae of tlio teu to  chip in $50 aud- mako good his loss.  The other nine did uot come forward,  but everybody iu town said it was more  than kind of tbo "man with a wooden  leg, and a dozen ov more of the most  prominent men shook hands with him  ��������� over it. Ten or 12 clays passed, aud then  camo a terriblo tragedy.  Tho richest man in Blissficld wa's  Squiro Higgins. He owned the woolen  mills, a storo aud several houses and  bad meney to lend. Ho was a widower,  ' but lived with his son and daughter-in-  law. His room was on iho ground ilor.r,  whilo all tho others blept up stairs. Hq  bad uo safe, but kept his money in a  tin box on a shelf in a closot. IIo had a  bank account over at Medina, ten miles  away, but often had $1,000 dollars cr  more in tho house. Ouo evening wheu  tho others were r_ady to go fo bed ho  announced that ho had EOmeb_sincs_ to  attend to aud was seated at his desk in  tbe sitting room when tho others ro-  " tired. About midnight tho daughter.in-  . law heard a fall and a groan down  j~J������ira.   and whan h������r. hnsbaiid   went  down to investigate the squire was  found dead on tbe floor, having been  stabbed no less than five times in the  body.  House and grounds were" searched,  but tbo murderer had escaped, aud he  had also taken with him tho cash box,  which contained about $700. Tho murder had taken place in the bedroom.  Having finished his work, the squire  had retired to bed and had perhaps  fallen asleep. Some noise mado by tho  murderer as he hunted for tho cash box  bad aroused him, and ho had sprung out  Df bed and grapplerl with thn unknown.  Any ono of tho stabs would havo disabled him, but it appeared that 'tho  midnight intruder had held on to him  jud used tho kuife again and again, as  if ho thirsted for blood. When I heard  men speak of this next day, tho cruel  ayes and thin lips of the man with tha  wooden leg was the next thought. Boy  that I was, ho teemed to bo a man who  would do iust tbat thing, and I found  myself wondering if he was uot the  |uilty party in all threo instances.  Gordau seemed to tako a lively interest iu the murder, wliich he promptly  declared to be the work of strangers  again. Wheu something was said about  getting a detective, he opposed tho project on various grounds, in which he  was backed by the local ollicers. No  outside help would have been called iu,  and the murderer might have gone his  way but lor the arrival of another  stranger. He was, as in happened, a  first class detective, who was just theu  employed in tracing a mining man.  The crime was a day old when he reached Blissficld? He heard all the particulars from the loungers at tlio inn and  then volunteered to look the grouud  over.  This was a courtesy on his part whicli  tho shei-il- could uot refuse, and after  supper "bo was taken to tho house. I  did not see much of' his work, but it  was talked about for long months afterward. Tho murderer had got in by a  parlor window, whicli vvas six feet from  the ground. IIo had used a chisel to  force up the sash. Ho had lighted threo  or four mutches iu making his way into  the sitting room. IIo had gouo out by tbo  samo wmdow, crossed a newly made  garden and climbed a fence. lie had  ti-Cd a regular dagger iustead of a knife  in his work. Ho had uecured the box before tho old mau was aroused and had  also taken a'small sum of money from  the trousers hau'ging on tho chair.  . The tracks iu tho garden were still  fresh when tho detective took hold of  the work, aud iu threo miuutos he had  mado up his miud tosomothiug. Ho had  littlo to say (o any of tho nieu, explaining that ho h:uj not yot completed his  investigations, but as he left tho house  to return to tho inn, whilo I followed at  a respectful distanco, ho turned down a  quiet lane, beckoned me to follow, and  when wo wero alone" ho lighted his pipe  and asked:   -  "Boy, do you Itnow any mau in town  who is lame iu tho left leg?"  -1 did not. Theu ho asked if any stranger who was lamo had beeu seen iu  town during tho last two or threo days.  I answered in tlio negative, but added  that thero was .a inau with-a wooden  leg at tho inn. Ho at ouco began to  question me about this inaii, uot yot  having been him himself, aud I told  hinrall I know and all I had heard. Of  course ho told mo nothing in return,  though I heard him chuckling to himself, and his faco betrayed tbe fact that  he was pleased about something. I acted  as his giiido to tho jail, and wheniu tho  preseuco of tho sheriff he snid:  "I waut you to go with mo to overhaul tho man with the wooden leg at  the tavern."  "But; ho can't have done it," protested tho officer.   "The  tracks you found  showed that the muidcrer had two feot.''  ���������-"iliist-soraud^he was-lamo in-tho left-  leg." -     ���������  "But this man Gordau has lost his  left leg at the knee."  "I want to seo if ho has."  . The sheriff, detective aud constable,  with two or three citizens, proceeded to  tho inn and to Gordau's room. IIo sat  smoking and reading and had his supper.  brought up to him that night, claiming  to bo suffering with neuralgia. He was  cool and quiet aud offered cigars all  arouud, but those who wero .watching  him saw him grow pale as the sheriff  bogau by begging his pardon aud hoped  no offense would be taken, but would  ho let them look at his wooden leg?  Gordau faltered aud bluffed and wns  reaching for a pistol uniler his pillow  when tho detective seized him. He  fought like a demon nail it took tho flvo  or six meu to overcomo him. When  thoy bad him securely-bound, they unstrapped his wooden log, and, lo, his  lelt ftxit was tliero as right as nny  man's. *His leg was a supplo oue, nud  he Had bent tbo lower portion back nud  strapped it tlmt and then put his Icnco  iu tho crotch of tho wooden leg. Of all  those who bad taken a look at his leg  uot ono had suspected tho cheat.  Yes, ho was tho man who had robbed  the merchant aud 'tbo postmaster, and  ho was also tho murderer of Squiro  Higgius. Tho pluudor and tho dagger  were 1'ouud in his trunk, which ho hnd  ready packed, as ho wus intending to  leave town next day. Ho simply laid  his wooden leg asido when ho went out  at night. The wearing of it gave him a  sort of halt when it was removed, nnd  as ho crossed tho garden after tho mnr-  dcr tbo left foot pressed tho ground  moro lightly than tboright. On the evidence worked up by tho detectivo in a  touple of hours' timcGordan was tried,  convicted and hung, and every dollar of  tho"stolcu money weut back to tho rightful owners.           i   A Fatal  Admission.  "Nope," said Mr. Rockwell as ho  wiped his glasses, "I'm afraid John's  oollego educitiqti ain't goiu to do him  much good after all."  "Why, Silas," his anxious wife  cried, "what makes you Bay that?"  "Ho admitted iu tlio store yesterday  that thero was still a few things I knew  more about than him."���������Cleveland  Leader.        ^.,..  ,~  ARCHITECT,  and BUILDER  Kstimatrs funiishcr.. 1'latin and apoci-  ilciuiont- iimdc. Ant i.lt_o ptepiimi to du  shop and lob woi-lc en tho a hor tent  nolicc. Saiisftictu-u gunrRTity- d iu  ovcry C-U-O.   Uall or writo for tern in.  Main Street      ���������  Rovelstoko  Be Sure and   _.���������<.$_;___Lur at-  Lhe  BJILMOOL .HOTEL  "When you reach FI511G I. SON.  The table i.s piovided wilh  the  market, nil".mis.     Kates  to %'���������) per day.  llio hc'-t  I'llllll    _">���������-  CUMMINGS BROS..   ���������   I'ropiieloi-  II you want employment, or  1 inkin.; fnr a houso to rent vv hen  3011 reach Vancouvei' upplj  to  The  Vancouver Employment  and House   Renliug1 Agency  331,    Hastings    Rtieet.    West.  Tl?e Vernon Soda  Water5  Works . .  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  llannf leturcr of _oiia Wnler, Sinner  Ale, -areup'.-itla und all Soft I. nnks.  A lull suoplv kept in 'tnik nt Mo*  Carty'fl Oold -torag... vvheie ordeis  can be left. _~0s.\--.~  'JAS.   MeMAHON  al  AND WOOD WORKER.  WOULD    YOU    INVEST  PROFITABLY ?  If So Come to Revelstoke the Mining  Centre of North Kootenay   - - -   -   -  In* one  when  Wagons, heavy end light, limit to crd.r or  repnucd.   Uorseshoeini; a specialty.  Shop on DouK-ts Street, Hast, Itevelstoke.  S. .uuMalioii. M-i-tiger. -   '  Shop on First -Street, iust vest of Union  ilotd, Itevelstoke -tatiou. .hm McMahon,  Manager. it--1 f  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES  FOR S POT CASH  * " i  Call and see us. "We can lix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  ncvolstoke Station, B. C.  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and R ������tail  Druggist^, Oalgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To."  REVELSTOKE  Blaclism .~-__ir-.e������ Jobliine  Pl-ambii-ff.   Pipe Fitting  Tins__-it---_i_"  Sheet Iron Wo_~__  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty ________  ���������ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoli.c Stn.  It has boon predicted by lu.iilimr men of Canada that Uevelstoke will  of the Ic.uliiiK oilie-. ot West Koi.teiiay. That its unique JKibltinn  tun (J. I\ K. (Tii--c*. tin" beautiful Columbia valley, with water tlans-  poi'tntiiiii .'ii the iioitli.ind Miutli ami in cloi-e pioxiinily to the richest mnien  in Ivoolen.iy. making its looailun iiuu-ti-illr r.-ivurable. if you want to invest,  your money in manufaetoi io.*-, teal c.-iale, or mining property, visit  KeveliiioUo, the "Gatevv.iv in lbe Kootenay."  AVe are moving to i lie fiont. and no obstacle vvill or can ini]>edeoiir  ivondoil'ul progress. Do not fi.r^et that you will never-buy real estate as  cheap as you can buy-it today. Figure the inciease of the past and speculate  in Itevi'Kl(i-c*. lbe "Gaioway to the Kootenay."  The banks ol the Columbia, on vvnicli liver lhe town is situated, have  been the sla^e upon whicli stiuiiKi* scenes have been displayed and wild and  d,uint; exploits pollmmod by the thousands who entered ibis district during  the "(17 }_' ld boom iu the lliu liend.  Itevelstoke i-- probably one of the oldest towns in the interior.    And it  was not until this  title question  was  setiled that Revelstoke really hetran tu  forge  ahead, commercially and otherwise.    Growth vvas  slow  until  1897, but  tbe old timers and newcomers had great confidence in the town and s _arted in   '  lo make it a milling centre worthy of note. .'      '���������    ,  The U. P. R. i*- concentrating all its principal woikshops on .th?'  western division at Kevelstoke. Itevelstoke is not only a mining town, but. is  now and vvill be increasingly so in the future a rail wav point of considerable?  iinportnnce in the G P. H. sy-tem and a distributing centre for the business of  the rich mining districts melinite! in the section popularly known as North "  Kootonny. lis mipot/lance in these conned ions is due to "its unique geographical position. Keideel in a bcaulifi'l onou valley at the point of intersection  of tlie Columbia river and the (1. P. 11. main line, it commands the passes  running norlh and south, to the famous gold fields of the Big Bend ar.d the  i ieh mineral leads ot the Lardeau, while on the east up the lllecillewaet  .���������mother (liMrict of great piospect is being oppned up. The town is the point  eif junction of the main line and thn Arrowhead branch of tbe C. P. U.,-liy  which access is gained to the South Konteiiay by lad aud steamer. Another*  line of steamers vvill make Revelstoke their starting point for the Big Bend,  for which country it is at present the sole outfitting point and base of supplies.  Thus by the meie foic-e ot geogiapbical position alone Revelstoke has forged",  to the front until the little mining camp of a few years ago has become a tow'n  of considerable importance to lhe business of t.he province. '  The mining industiy is still in  its infancy, but with the careful expen-" -  diture ot capital in development work will grow lo laige dimension**. *  Large iin eas of l.iud in close pioximily'to the town are covered with  timber suitable for lumber, but probably just as valuable as tire wood, tliere  boing no coal deposits discovered near at band as yet. This land when cleared '  is proving 'to be exceptionally tine fanning and gardening land, and the  demand for produce is always many times larger than the supply, train loads  heing imported from other points everv season.- This should lie taken-into -  consideration by inl ending settleis. , - ' -   -*  Across the river from Rev. Ntoke an excellent clay exists for the niaW-'i  ing of brick in vast quantities*, whicli commands a high price at any time.     *���������   ',"  The town  enjoys   many advantages: . A  fine,   healthy, climate���������the ���������  death rate being exceedingly low���������good wiiter.-supplied by a system of water -  works, fiom tbe mountain side just north of the town, underlying which is a?  si.atuin of giavel that ensures a natural drainage.- A short distance up the'JC.  P. 1-i. truck, i-tisi, to tbe Illecillewaet river,  is a canyon and falls,  which must  be . eon to be I ully appreciated.    The power from these falls is now being utili- -  zed by  ahe. ReveKtoke Water. Light ������fc Power Co.   for running their line elecj'  trie lighting plant.   Tbey have an  unlimited power which later on will   lie  Useful for manufacturing purposes and running the proposed street car line: '*  Subscribe   fop the Daily  op- Semi-Week.l.y  J-Iepald and Keep Posted on Mortk Kootenay  Ts tin* Shcirtest and  Quickest Liuis to...  -W-A-lilTACKr-'lj'AUM 1XUTONV1-^  GARFIELD,     OAKliSUALIS,  rULLMAN,      I_I_WISTON,  COEUI- D'ALENB MINES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLA.  rORTLAND,"   PENDLETON,  SAN FRANCISCO, MOSCOW,  CRIPPLE CREEK,  A.NI1   ALT. POINTS   EAST OR   SOUTH.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  an irseo -pacific'lin e:  ffevelslol^e Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  "Vaccine^ kept    on   band.  Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full  " Cord Measure.  The undersigned bus a large supply  of Hemlock, Spruce. Fir' and I'nie  Wood for sale. "Any person requiring  wood will kindly leave their order.,  with Mr. AV. M. Lawrence. Reqelsloke  Station, or with II. _". Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  17ntf FRANK JULIAN.  L.\R. FRETZ  Contpaetop and Buildcp.  Shop opposite Imperii- l~,in_.  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .  EAST  Via Salt Luke, Denver,  Oiraha and Ktiusa.. City.  Steamship Tickets to  and from  Europe and other foreign countries;  Train for the ICist and Portland  departs 7:15 p.m. daily. Wallace and  Moscow accommodation depaits 7:15  a.m. dailv. Through service. No  ilelays or fay overs anywhere,  Got th rough tickets and further in-  feumnti-iti  of O.   It. to N. city ticket  ollice.    No.    -1311.   Riverside    avenue,  corner Stevens St., Spokane. Wash.  .1. Camprklt.,  General Agent, Spokane.  W. II. Ilurlbuit, G. P. A.. Portland.  Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Yukon and Klondike Gold  Field--. -    * , ~ .      .  To Eastern and European lmiiits.  To PiiciHc Coast, China, Japan  and Australia.  TOURIST  and  CARS  models  are  of  Run daily  comfort.  Magnificent sleeping and dining  cars on all trains.  Tickets    issued    through    and  baggage checked to destination.  Workmaiisliip Guaranteed  ("������     Tonus Gnsh  Sam Needham  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Stylo at Lowest Prices.  Doufii-j--- Street ��������� Reve~_stoi.i_  BBBi  Spokane Falls-and .Noptftepn  .Nelson and Ft. Sfteppapd  Red .Mountain R,ys.  The on'y nil rsil roui������* without ch.l-Ke o  car-i 1)-1v_o(.n Spokane. "-Torthport, ltossland  and NcUon; a'eo between ltossland und  Ncl.on.  DAILY      EXCEPT      SUNDAY.  LKAVK. N'0~n.HI"ORT AIIHIVE.  For Spokane��������� From Spokane���������  l:Wp.m l_������p m.  For llo-slamt��������� ' From Ko<et___d���������  1:10 p.u 1:10 a.ra.  F.*r N. Isod��������� From Nelson���������  l:l.p._i 12:58 p.m.  doie connect iocs att.'elson with steamer  for Knslo and nil Kootday Lake points.  Passengers for Keltic River rail Boundary I  CicuK conned ul Mnrcuo .villi stutie .(ill..  Kastbouiid-l.AiLY Train--Vesthotmd  7:10 a.m. lve--Hevelstokc--lve ."*::_> p.m.  Connection with Ivootenay  points, 8 a.m. leave Revelstoke,  arrive l-_0 p.m.  For information, time cards,  maps and tickets apply to  T. \V. BRADSHAW.  ,  Agent, Revelstoke.  XV. F. Anderson*, Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson. ,  E. J. Coyle, District Passenger  Ageut, Vancouver.  TIME C-\RD  Subject to chinKo without notice.  Train*run on Pacific StAndard Tin?.  ROBKRT. IRVING  O.K. andl'. A.  GFjO.F.COPK.--_N������-  <~nreil-l_n ant  if,m  .ji-j*  Wit  -?i  JJI_U- (1 WKhr IXII.V (50INO BJMI-  S.OOam Leave Knalo Arrive 3:50 p r_  8:"Cam ...South Fork... 3:I5p__  9_a~am       '    Sproule's....   "      2:15 pi*  1.51 a m " ...Whitewater... " MWpm  10.03 am ' ���������Rear Lake... " l:Mon_  10:1*am < ...McGuigan.... '��������� 1.33pa  10__am " Cody-Junction '��������� 1:11pm "  10_50 am Arrive.... Sandon .... LearetfOpn  . CODY line '   '���������  Leave 11:00am.... Sandon.... Arrive 11:15 ������|_.  Arrive 11:20a m ....Cody Leave 11*23��������� _. New Good  -Just Arrived.  Hammocks  Musical  Instruments  Footballs  Tennis  j Chinese  i Lanterns  I  i  ' Purses  Pipes  Flags  Racquets i Children's  Wagons  Baseball Goods  Croquet Sets  Wall Paper, '  Etc., Etc.  /^Janada Drug &  Book Co., Ltd'  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   HEWS  From Thursday's Daily 1!_~_ai.i>.  Ex-Li. ut.-Gov. Sir Aelolph Chapleau  is very ill at his homo in Montreal, and  is not expected to lecovor.  Au extra number of the Gazette announces that the old legislature was  dissolved and the writs 'for the new  one issued on Tuesday.  Ram Boultoii got four months' im-  lii-isi'iiineni, from the supreme court at  Kamloops for his assault on Jack S-inds  here a few vv eeks ago.  A. Gibson returned to town from  Kanilnr.ps this morning. Mr. Gibson  vvas a witness in the -Sauds-Gutiltoii  assault case.  There will be a company drill of the  Revel, toke company of the Kootenav  Rides on Friday evening at S n'clock  on the open space in front of the  English chm eh.  Mclvor. tbe last city clerk .of Knin-  loiip.. was up on Stum-day la-fore tlie  Supreme Court, for speedy trial ou a  charge, of oiiibo/.zloiiient and the judge1  reserved hi- decision.  Or. _ IcKechnie returned from K.-im-  Iciops this inclining. In the Newluvo  niui-dei- case the prisoner w.is aocjuit-  tocl. ln political circles both parties  are very confident of a victory.  Vice-President .Shnugbncssy. Supt.  -Marpole. oE tbe Pacific" division, and  Geo. McL. Brown, of the 0. P. R.. will  visit Kootenay points next wook in  the. interests of the C. P. R. Company.  The \\~averley Get have put about  20 men to"work on the waggon mail lo  the Canyon, and men are being turned  away. Sir. Page, ex-provincial i-niisl-  able at Revelstoke, i.s foi email of the  ntAvroad deal iiig gang.      _,  Says the Mail of Toronto. " There  is more brain power in lho ll.iti.-l~. Columbia government, small as tbat ail-  iiiini-*tr.itioii is as to members, than in  the Ottawa government with all its  boa.-ted business qualities."    '  The new Taylor block on McKenzie  avenue is fast ioaching cruiipli-lioii.  and wheu finished vvill add giently tithe appearance of the street. Con-  -tt-HL-tfa--Kf!-nagb,-iii-expi'c-ts-tii li.ive-tlie  liioc-k ready for occupancy by tin* Hist  of July.  Jas. Gill, of tin- firm of Jas. Gill &  Co. returned on No." I last evening  fiom a tour of tin* ca-loi n markets.  Mr. Gill reports bavii.-r ],.1(j ,v mu^t  sueces-fiil business as well as a pleasant visit to tbe east. The stock purchased for the new stores in tboTayliu-  block are now cm the way and "Mr.  Gill expects to open for business iiboul  tbe fii-st of July.  A. Macdonald. the head of llio  ���������whole-ale llrm of A. Macil'ui.ild A: Co.  nf Winnipeg, cniir- in nn Monday  mi a visit tei the film's brunch lieu".  Mi. Macdonald found the liii-ines*. ina  very satisfactory toiidition and vv.i-  gieatly pleased at the ;i|i|>. ui.-iin ._. .ir.d  general business outlook of ibi*. place.  Percy Chapman, the H.(.~. iii:tti.it_:i-i-  of tbe fii in. accompaiiii-d .Mr. Macdonald on a visit thiou^b the ������nut!i lonn-  try on Wednetclay men ning.  Frldaj'.i DML.Y IlEKA-p.  *VYh..t about that baseball diamond ?  Geo. McCarter. of Golden, was in  town last night.  What about Dominion Day celebration in Revelstoke?  C. K. Shaw left nn Tuesday for ]{<>-.*,-  land on a business trip.  If. Lougbeed leaves on .Monday for  a visit to l,i������ home near Toronto."  Jas. McMnnn. fiom the St. Leon  Hot Hpiings. is in town for a f_.*w  days.  Carpenters' tool- of the be.-t makes  and guaranteed cjualitv, at (J. 11. llumo  to Co s.-  D. McCarthy has tho eontiact to  build a fence around T. K. L. Taylor's  residence.  F. . V. Rolt. of Rolt to Gi .limn. Rofs-  iaiid. went into Thomson's Landing on  mining business yestei day.  L. A. Frolic received the contract of  f.rieinjr in blrc-k 35on which the gov-  t-riiiiient buildings aie situated.  Vice-President Shaiigbnossv sav-  that the fast sei vie* on tin* C. P. R.  will continent, cabout July 1st.  ���������Garden ho.-(���������Fine rubber ir.-uden  hose, with all appliance--, at the cheapest possible piici* at C. 15. Huil'le to Co.  An excellent stock of builder*.' baid-  waie���������711 ices light. An examination  '���������f thi*- Mock bv- con tract 01s iuvitorl. at  C.  Ii. Ii'.i::ie to'f.'o.  Mr. Ivur. the defaulting town clerk  of Kainloi-ps, was sentenced lo thiee  years imprisonment, by Mr. .!u-tico  Drake al. lbe Supioino Court at  Ivainluops.  .MesMS. W. White, Q. (J.. .1. D.  Sibbald. W. M. Brown. \V, li. Pool,  Prov. Cmi.l. _d-.~_.ie and llullock aiul  M.-isler XX'. lioav-u i-etui'iieil lrom Kain-  loojis this morning.  Judgment has been 1 ('served in the  case of I.rown v. Grady, over llio Si.  Loon Hot. Spiing... ' While. (). C.  plaint ill. Wilson. Q. C. nf Vancouver,  and Whitehead of Kainloops, defencl-  anu.  Vice-President. Sliiiiigbnossy, of the  C P. R��������� and Supt. Marpole" 1110 ox-  poctod in tonight fiom the soulli and  will likely pi-ni-eeil west by a special  train iiiiinedi.-iloly al'lor ���������nrival.  XV. R-illis. or Fallis Pans., has pur-  i based a hit in block :'Ai. 110,11 ly oppii-  silo the Court Hon-o. lrom .Mrs.  I'ar.idis. <..|*. whicli be will cn'ct a  baiidsoini! residunc-u.  W. (1. Pottingil, lminager of the  Canada Drug unci Hook Co.. left yes-  leulay em ,-i business visit lo Ilegin.-i.  .1. 15. Sent I. is ill charge of the business  here during Mr. Petliugd's absence.  Fruit jars! fruit jars! Two hundred  dozen fruit jars now on oui-siile tables,  including pints, i|iiarts and half gallon jars. The preserving season will  pnnii bo here. Older early Jit C. B.  ITuuie it Co's.  Jake G-'iudaiii'. the cli.inipinn 0.1 rs-  niiin. will roach Vancouvei on the lllth  inst.. and go into training for hi-melon July IsL wil li Jo bust on. I be Pacific  Coast cliampiem. 15etliii!_r is iu favor  of Gaudaiii' iit about two to ono.  J. A. Fallis retiiincil yesterday from  Feigiison iiltil' 1 eporls a laige niiuilioi-  of ]i:-ospeclois going into the Lai-deau  this year. A lot of development work  tin piopc-rties around Ferguson this  vear will lie (lone and that it will  pi nve the value of this groat mining  camp is an a���������--.n-ed tact.  The Columbia river nt this point is  within a foot of the high water mark  of lbe flood two years ago. Coniiiiuni-  cation on the branch may bo cut olf  any linie now. The liar acioss the  river is* covered, and below the old  smeller the oast bank is almost submerged. If this hot weather loniin-  ues I ho danger will inert asc houily.  A. A. Boak. of Vancouver, general  agont for lhe Caledonian lire insurance  company and several other companies,  was iu town yesterday. The Caledonian _ has just decided to extend  their business lo Koolenay points anil  Mr. Boak appointed Cingan to Co.,  local agents for Hint company, the  London" Guarantee: and Ai'c ident  I11.-11r.1nce Co., and Lloyd's Plato Glass  Insurance (.'".  Kd'itnr -Bob" Nisbil t, of the Kuskonook Seal i-blight. is b.-ivimr enusidei-  alile trouble wilh the ollii ei-s of the  law. .He. was recently a.-s.uiliod by  Constiiblo Forest or. and the oi her day  vv.-ih fined SI ,-uid co-ts by .lust Bigolow  I'm being drunk. Bob pioduced witness to pi nve that, ho vv.-.s poi loci ly  sober, but it did not go down by  Bigeknv and in cousecjucnce tbo edit or  claims that there is no law in Kus-  l'onoi.k. "  Where is Kellie, M.P.P.?  W. (5. Harvey, temperiiiice orator  a 1 fd worker, is expected to visit Revelstoke shot lly.  Jim Marlir. of Rossland. is the  opposition candidate, for the Rossland  electoral ilisiru-t.  J. P. Heiiiiult. of Smith Edmonton,  is in town today. Ilo is looking over  lhe business  piospoctsof  I.evolstoke.  .las. Cooper, who wns arrested for  being drunk and dNnulerly last evening wiis up before tho magisti-.ito this  iiiorniiig .-1 ml was fined $5 and costs or  la days."  ���������Why pay i-onl.vv her. siniill monthly  payinonts will give you a home of your  own"' Apply, (.roirnn .": Co., .-igenls  for the ICipiilnble. Savincs. Loan iiiul  Building Association.     .111110   llt2u-  The service's iu llu* Methodist, chinch  al the usual boms tomorrow iiinrnini;  Siibjoel: "God's Builders." Kveniiig.  "Jesus Onlv." SI rangers ciildially  invited to attend.  .loo .Mai tin, in bis speech the oilier  ovoningat Vaiifnuvcr. stated (bat, Mr.  Semlin wasa nice man. but that, bo  en.old nut load the era ng of sore beads,  .���������mil that, ho was placed in the position  of loader not bv his own wish, but, by  tin* friend.- of Mr. Semlin. Martin is a  nice man. too. but how will it suit Mr.  Somlin's followers.  The arrangements for the novelty  social to bo given on Juno Ilt.li. bv lhe  Ladies' Aid of the Pieslivteiiiin cliurcl-  have boon perfected, and by the bill of  faro provided pbvsic.-illy and intellect-  nullity bespeak for the ladies a good  al tendance and for their patrons a  delightful time. As previouslv announced the' refreshments will be  served nil the Koiopoan plan.  The T.ovelslnke companv of Kootenav Rifles hold their first drill practice  last evening on the1 churih griiiitnl*-.  wil ll miieli success. There was a good  turnout and a number of now member*,  weie sworn in by T. L. Haig. J. P. Wo  would suggest lo C.ipt.. Ta vlor thai, a  belter place be secured for drilling.  How about the Victoria skating rink,  with the necessary fixtures?  Tho pack train belonging tn the  French Creek Co, consisting of tliirtv  horses and mules, eaino in from Gnl-  ."���������ai-p vest erday and will leave for the  Big Bend on Monday,vvith a pack load  composed chiolly of dynamite. After  their arrival there tbey will lake in  the French Creek Co.'s supplies from  La Porte where tbey wore stored  from tbe. steamer Lytleui to tbe company's property on'Frencb Cieek.  TODAY'S   LOCALS  The bill granting Manitoba .$.'"00,000  for si bonis . Juiids has passed the  Coiiiiunns.  .1. Graham formerly of Ariowbead.  has boon appoint ������d GP.lv. ngeiiL at  Okanagan  Landing.  The Vermin News says (hat wild  st lawbeiiios have been unil .ually  'plentiful in the 0_._ng.in Valley this  yi-ai.  Donald Graham. M.P P.. of Vernon,  has boon verv ill for ihe past wook.  but is speedily recovering his health  again.  A patty nf Fiench ballnmiixts are  now in Vancouvei- arranging plans tn  proceed north in eearcli of Audi00, the  Artie explorer.  No Despatches  Owing In dillicullies wilh Hie wires  between Calgary and 'Winnipeg, wo  aio without om- usual budget of telegrams today.  Information Wanted,  To the Editor of the 11 i:i:.vi.i>.  Having boon iirosidoiit-ol' Rovolstoke  and vicinity for tbe last ten years, and  a little rusty in my geography, will  you please inform .111 old timer,  'through Ihe medium oT your valuable  paper, in what part, nf the Dominion  Northwest. Riding. Koolonay. is situated. Is it in Ihe Territories or in lbe  Article Circle? This being the first  lime I h.-ive heard of such a pl.-i.-_ .- also  ii mi'iibei- of elciloi-s. wilh myself,  would like lo know on which ticket  Mr. While is going to run. a.- he keeps  us in the dark in bi- addn���������.-, insertcd  in tin: cm lent issu.-s of your paper.  Vonrs respectfully.  ������������������Old Tr.-ici.'."  Business Jottings  ���������How's your printing '.'   See Tub Ilnn.u.i).  ���������Tin: IIr.1iAi.l1 for finest wedding stationery.  ���������full nt the Victoria nt 9:".l) for a sandwich.  ���������do to it. Tapping* feu* your garden plants  and produce. djulO  ���������A meeting of Mr. While's C.cneral Ciiin-  inllleo will lake place* iu S p. ni,.Ssitiiriliiy in  his .'(luiiiiuLcu room on Front 'Street. d]l;i  ���������Til."! will liny 11 No. 1 Crescent bicycle in perfect condition; frame too high for owner; must  sell nt.oiice.   Apply to .1. .11 llliind, I'lont Si.  ���������Tun Hciiami's print 1*. found Iu all the  staple business olllces In (own. lie wilh lhe  most particular; patronize ns and get the best.  ���������To reiicli au. the people in Norlh Koolenay  you .irs-r use Tin: licii.u.n, as lliere is no other  nieilfiim that 11 lis the bill, li lm*' at least -Moor live linio-i the circulation of any olher In its  district; It is the bugest: the only daily; the  only-eail-weekly; gives the only telegraphic  sen-Ice; is up-to-date,  new-y mnl lead  by all.  ���������0f.u;i:i: Hath Oaiiinkt.���������Having received  the agency for VV'tist Koolenay for tin- Famous  Quaker Until Cabinet, 1 re-peotfully invite  inspection of tlio wonderful health giving  Haths. Tlu'-e eahincl*, uro dcsiirned for the  rich rind poor alike, und williin reach of every  body. Yon cannot afford In lie without ni.u.  -V-k for circulars with instructions.���������C1I AS. .1.  -iMAN, Itevelstoke Station, II. C.  ^rsig  TAPPING'S THEATRE  Harry  Lindley  Comedy  Company  = A Correction  To the Editor nf the IIkrai.d:  Silt: Kindly, allow me sp.n e to  m.iken correction which, in fail-no---,  to [I!i.'oillewao! and uiy-elf. should be  made.' In .Monday'.- issue or lhe  Hi-:i:.vi.r> ir. is .slated th,.l I was a  delegate fiom IlleciUevvai-t lo the:  govei iiinonl c (invent ion vvhi'-h choo-e  Mr. White ������-* lbe Govei nui-iit candidal e. Fir-t.���������In fairness l-i the peo-  ple  of.lllt'C illevviiot    I .must,, say   I ha I  iuiiseries of refined and up-10-diile comedies.  Good orehestral music and all the  latest songs.  Reserve. Seals, 75c.      Admission  50c.  Reserved Scats lum-nii-nlciil Mcl~(Hvoll-Atkin.s-  VYatscin's llrug More uud ut 1*. li. Wells.-  DR. R. riATHlSON  DENTIST      ,  Will be at his ofiice over the Canada  Urug __ Hook Cn.'s store, Itevelstoke Sta.  from June ' 13th to 27.  Gents' Furrii-hiiigri  Boots iind Shoes  r.ospei tors' Supplies  Cam-iing "Outfits  h'uramsr UiH.-jr.v'Ga.r  lints and Cans   '  Shirts, every def-eriptlon  ��������� It is not the money you make, but  the money you save, that toll-. Put  youi-savings in the l__cpiitalilu>iiut tbey  will he almost   doubled in eight ye.us.  In order to givo the people of tlie  upper town an opportunity r>f obl.-iiii-  ing a freo and full salvation, the  Hallelujah band will hold service's in  Tapping's I heal re. tomorrow afterminu  ;it '���������', o'clock.  Pony LeaUe camo down from the  Big l.eii'.l ve-l el day aftei noon. He intend-I ei sl.irl for 'j'lont Lake* ti.iiiiir-  Kivv and vvill be absent a few day. His  survey party will arrive iu town ibis  afternoon.  On Tue-d.-iy and Wednesday. .Tune  II  ami   1.1, Stall*  Captain  Tin lier .1 ml  Adji.  I I.i v. will   conduct.  1 tine-   iu  I be lo< nl li.i; me ks at fj p. 111. Oil Weil-  ne-il'iy af: einoiui a iri-.iph-tphoni*,  -erv ie e has In on in i-.'ingi'd fm the ( liil-  dieiiat !��������� p in, iip.1 at iii.'lil ,1 gi.iph.-i--  phone ..ei-viee for all. I'apt. Tmin-i-  aiul Adjt. Hay aie both vi>i',"~-musical. :  ;u.il these meetings will be indeed in-j  teles; nig. j  Tli" tioi tliwostein branch will bo  iniilei-the immediate clung.1 of ,1.0.  Cioine. mnii-igcr of the ( onip.-l iiy'*,  bilsine,- in llie laige ten-itory extending fl om Lake Supei ior to the f'aeiiic  I.'ci.isl. Mi. I 'runic .iponeil up the  lirili-b ('oliimbi.i brineh nbiuil a year  :igo ami resided at \*.iiieeniver. bill, iu  fiitiue* will make his heaehpiartci- in  Winnipeg.  Kvciy dav increases the stiength of  Hie feeling cxpei ienco in all parts of  the piovince I li il Hie government vvill  bo ret in-tied with a min h ku-gor following than it ever [ki���������cv-i cl. Some  oppijs'u ioni.-ls aie ondeavoiing lo  keep up Iheir coin,ige by professing  loudly lo discredit this belief, but in  their heails I hev know that their  cause i- a dooine.l (.no and that, t lie  loiml.iy bas uo use for theii- pohov of  obst i-ue-l ion anil i-el ingiessinn.��������� Vernon News.  Heie i- what PeterCoopci-. who died  woi ill millions, said of a newspaper:  '���������In all the towns when; ji newspaper  is published every man should ,-idver-  1 ise in it. if iiotliiiig moie tbaii a caul  slating bis name anel the business be  is in. It does not only pay the advert i-er. but it lots people- at a distance knew lhat the town in which  you reside is a prosp'erous comniiiiiity  of InisitiJ'ss 1 ii<-11- A.s the seeds nu.  sown -o I be seoil *.*oe ompeiises. Never  pull down your sign while you expel  to ilu business.*'  "t belt* was no public me. ���������.ii.-.TiV.d heie  in Ihe govei-niner.t's- interc���������t: therefore* 1111 delegate w.i.- si-nl fi-uiii here.  Second.���������In defence of my-.���������!_. toclea:-  myself of the clung.* of being a self-  appointed delegate. I must, explain  my pio-eiieo at tho meeting, 1 was  in gently i-(-(jii\������sled by une ol the  ["evel-loke d-Iegales to repieseir  lllecillewaet at lhe convention. J  de( lined, a.*, I had nor, been appointed,  ���������ind ,1111 nol ,a govei iiineiil suppnrier.  The gentlemen 1 ti>*ti .-i-U.-d uie ciSnie 'i-1  an fndeppr'dont fwh'uli 1 .iin) anel fell  tl-.o eonv-j-t.liou plaiidy the fueling of  the people of lib cillewui-t wilh regaicl  to H.u laiiilidatiii'ii nl Mi. While, j  (lid so in the veiy beginning of lie-  meeting liefni.-.iny liii-in.���������,*��������� wa-.lone,  .md f -r .t!.'. I ili.-il I bad nol been sent,  as a delegate. I a l-o st.il i-d tliat I was  all Inilciiend-'Pt. Mv ie i-oit lor going  to t ll" meet ing was, I w i-il.-il to see  tbe In ���������I possiiile nt.-iii in oiii^bl out by  each party.  Yours 11 niy.  II. L. L'ivi.-imm;.  [.Mr. I.ovi 1 ing is (piili: i-igbl. fn mu  account it would appear .1- if bis name  was intended fo lu- one of tbe dele-  gales. Asa mallei- of fact .1 special  i-csolnl ion had lo be ti.i-sod to permit  Sir. Lovoiing and one or more other.*,  to rem.iin, .Mr. Lovoiing did not, pose  ,is a delegate, although piesent, at I he  meet ing. j  Groceries, all fresh  Flour'  Teas mid Coflees  Butter and JEgps  Canned Goods  Vegetahles  All the.-e and more, a fine  Htcok at very close prices  Fallis Bros.,.--.������.  hrv- - i, r :tutl-j!i nwl ^ciivpry  .Revelstoke  Hospital  .Maternity Ilooni in conned ion.  Vaccine kept on band.  Drs.   McKechnie  and  Jefts   Attendants  GROGAN   &   CO?,  General Agents.  (.-���������_<i-w,.-. :��������� j  11. Mhhilil.)  Insurance. Real Estate, Mining, Loans.  O.T.i*- :    n-s-.-ir-'-'l. re-c  tr,  V,". R. I'iiu-/- A Co  Cod.' Morc-i..,. -i:d Neil.  If it suits you.  The Daily Herald  I'ublNlii 'I   nvcrv afternoon from  the office r.f  publication, 1 rent Street, Hevclsioke, II.C  A. .l(.i::,-.������os Proprietor  j ~-~'l'.*.f-~clI'TIOX  1'I.tiei:  I lly th'- uii-.i.th, .|.-ll\.-red    , l:v lh<- v.-iir, ������lcli\ere(,l   I'.v lhe Imlf v.'iir,'ti'livcr.'d .  .   ���������    ...    .  Ilj lie; wl-;k, dclivefd   .Si:*ii-wi;i;ki,v 11 __!_.. i.p  lly lie- vciii'd. llv.-ri.I      11} the hull' ; ear, delivered    u2ntf  and yon hav. the time to call and nee  in*'. 1 cen arr.ii.sje with yon u.. re  gmd. n  Business Suit,  Kvemng Suit  en a   Hall Suit,  made r.f I"-.. b^>t ii.ol''ii_l. nmnufac  tared nr d -eh v-orkmoii-hlp rhat  cannot he excelled.   Thirty-eight jeard'  C Xp^'innce.  ���������I'l-e  rcpalri'-g  of   clothln?  rcceivc'i  .pr-eiiil cn e.  Shop���������one door past of I .illi. B-oi.  /a������������ OEO. MILLS  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood   Dealer   and   Drayman.  Iirnyiiig uiel deli 1 cry work a specialty.  'I.i.1111 ahviiys nn |,nnil fit hlmrli-st notice.  ( -titracl- for jobbing lakeu.  A-.;';nt f"r the Standard I'll (Joiupiiuy.  Agont for the  B lici-cimder'rer'  Typewi-iier'  "D __3.A. __._=-__-  z^l Gents' Furnishing's,  : Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos; Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy  Articles, Patent  Medicines, Etc.  POST   OFFICE   STOEE,   _=2.1I1"VE!_1STC>.K:__33   D3. C.  Hr3-  m.  m  ���������.7-J tl  >"S>  [ij"51  i-rSaurt"1 lo-vvro-   *J-//\r?l    -5*:^$\    iwCpaJ  4t vfc?v  Keillor's   Dundee   Marmalade  in  1 lb. Jars  and 41b. and  7lb. 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 Excellent  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.  ������__.-  ��������� &tt  House Furnishings  .Inst received direct frcm Scotland.  If yon v\ ill conic and look iit-nur   H1~U""1~1,:-       _P__,���������^ _.+_-.  :::::::?:An:.^f'::::::: Carpets   MaOUI  JAPANESE ItUC.S AX1) SqUAKUS  wooij FauAi:i-:s  l-'l.OOil nucis  00C0ANUT  -MATS  Yon vv ill be pleaded.   And don'l forj_'et that we  .   have 11  Ful) Range of- Linoleums  Also I.ACE CUUTAIN.., AI.T JIUSblNS,  "'-���������OWJ-"!." and TOWKI.l.IXG, 151.EACH EI)  iind i;nhli:ached  taiile   lis en,  i;tc, Etc.  Dry .Goods -  jV line as*-orMiieiit.  Boots and Shoes  Ili^iri'-i-iil bo-.t u_-.orti.ient in the town  And lei'iuinher to csl: to *-ee onr lines 01  'Strav/ and1 Felt. Hats  Wc will sail at rook botto:n iirk'O-, nnd mil  iry to pleaj-e you.  C  liiinre- ������������������������  Kevelstoke Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City,  B.C.  Musical  Instruments  Yon aro requested (o look over my  .-elect-lock (,f '������������������������������������  ���������: ������������������  .    .. VIMMX.-.-illlTUlS    MASDOIjIX-" ._    KOIlXEK'S  MOUTH OIlflANS  STI:IN(~!"alid AIJESSOIIIES....  An excellent -tuck at low  prices.  'I'iiI.iiccii*!, flmir*. unft Itefri:.tilii*. Uriahs,  .tutioiii rj, Sin-iK, .lapimcse Ourlo-,, Kle.  Chas. J. Aman  Olgtking  Glothing"  Clothing  Clothing"  Clothing  Clothing"  Clothing  Clothing  JUST   ARRIVED  p Y"ou Can Save Money     "         <&  s_. ���������                  -    '                              ������s  pfe By buying MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING   %a  (i������2 '        nt Bourne Bros, this week.   '                                te_(a  i -     ���������   ���������                                 m  V? WE '"lve J"'*t opened up live now cases of new Spring Suits that lit  5j*3 like 11 glove and are ninde froin the most hiiiidhoine patteriib that  Wfe) could be pi-eiein-i.il in Eastern market.-. The following i*. 11 lis.t of our prices for this  Sg ",,Bk:                                                                          -         .                                    "     '  Sj^l Vor ^7.."l) you can buy a Suit made of good Tweed and nice lilting.                     - _  Vw *"or ~~.~~ we show a I'heviot Suit wurlli ?1_>.  S^_i "���������'or'lti.f-l we .liovr-a range nf Soils tliat will.surpil.se you, worth flS und ifM.  i^M I'or .fl'J.,'11 and ,flj ive show you line Wor-led Irish Serges and Scoteh Tweed Suits,  ���������*;������' lit and liulsh equal to niiloi'-miide Suits at f^u to.f'jri!    _                                        '  {& -    '-.   'SPRING   HAJS'      J y  i^K We are .showing this week lho contents or seven cases or Men's Felt Hats, com*  WA Prisi"l~ l'11' b������.st English and Aiiierli'iin'styles 111 Stiffs, Soft Fells, Ki'doras, etc.  ji {^ We also show an entirely new and complete range of Men's"and Hoys' Caps.'  W������ JUST-PLACED  INTO STOCK  ���������sv The largest assort ment of Men's Soft Negligo Shirls and Slimmer Underwear ever  csfli seen 111 Itevelstoke���������lltrht nml (lurk colors.-           ''r                 .                   ,.���������  Wfe Shirls varying from SOc. to .1 J0j Underwear, Ci'ie. to ?J.,'il).           *                   ,.     -?  fl������ '     TALKING   ABOUT SHOES  ' "  C-tis) _                ���������                                              ,                                                -         -  J,'"*" You should got posted on the latc.-t styles nnd prices-by an occasional,visit to  >f*t>, our store.    This month, iis'iiitr new season's Shoes are coming lo linnd daily, we-  y$\ are now showing some nrtistie designs in button, laced or Oxfords.   Come and see-  3% ^        .-----��������� 'EOTJK,2sTE   BROS.  ...  l^������SLr~=*i^"'rix_>3^_-:5i: __-������_-i'..._������-'  ��������� The. Hardware Store.  Wo, ..Vp .in   it position to' furnish everything .in onr own-  line, xva hav������  u'1,^  ti" de  iinii  thnt i-<  the _hardware  busniss.    Our-w hoit.-tiiuu is'takon   up  in -keeping   w'it  stock- up   1o  -ii^ limit"      Wo  have not the time tu run '-  ii round, town tind. solicit tr'de,,our stock, prices and treat-"  nioiit <--f-~)!itrons.brin ts-.us.th-- hu.ines.3 without spUci tatton..  What's   the Hintrer with t?.Uiiicr a'lbok iit our oil'stoves ?'  Wh v - roast'". our   wif-   tu don th over a cook .stove when  ��������� orSl:25 you vm\ have all.the comforts.ol,a hot"meal iind  keep your house cool,    -Wire >crtcn   doo'.s and windows  111c   not  coiit-idert-d'  luxuries wlien^ou cun buy them so  cheaply from-ns. , _���������.'-. . ." .,  W. M. LAWRENCE,    "Hardware."  JAMBS  G-ILL  &  OO.  (lur aiiii'iunC-iTients will appeiiv  in a fow days more. Our.store on  McKenzie Avenue is bein-; rus'ied  to completion. Om* goods are on  the  way and some already here.  "Watch for our Advts.  Undcrt.iking; and  Embalming  R. Howson  fit Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture.  RNE-Y  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining, Paper Hanging, Ilnrd Wood Finishing, House Painting in all  Brandies,  Carriage Painting, Glazing, Ac.  Light  Transferring  and Carting  Suite to Crder. S18 and up.  Punts to Orel, r, S5 and up.  IE?,.  S.  WILSO-ST  ���������   '       l:i.v*.I.S,n>fcC Station, B.C.  _,    Telephone your orders to W.M. Lawrence  i um they will be promptly attended to.  [Robert Fleming  THE Hudson's  Bay  Company  {^0^^ Kamloops  D-aters in Dry Goods, Groceries  and Liquors  can furnish all necessary outfits and supplies for miners nnd  prospectors going overland to  the Goldfields  Via the Cariboo Road,-  and iirriinge for supplies at  Hazletox and GuiS-oiiA.  Wrftcf for particulars.'  2apt  Flour...  *     Bvthe carload���������tlie'best Lake ol Uie'  W'o'ods.  Bread...  . The best on the market, either white'  or brown.'  Cakes, Confectionery, Groceries  , Best values in Revelstoke.  ���������A.   N,  SMITH


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