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Revelstoke Herald Jun 15, 1898

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 J /���������  #?  -ISSTJEHD   T"VV"I03i3-^-"W-BEIC--"VVIDZD3sr_ZlSX-_A_-2-S    .A-Ii-TID    S___.TXJI^3D^YS-  Vol. II.    No.  42.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, 189S.  $2.00 a Year in Adveinee.  House and Lot for Salj.  '    A house and lot 0:1 Ihird *-ircet, Jn������.i I'li-aoi"  I the Cowan llloek, for sale    Applv for p'lrllcu*  "Mar. 10 the III 11.il u ollice  :KS&c5g������>55������: e2cj_'j_^__~i*:*>-a &=^  Hudson's Bay |  Company  (iNCOlU'OR-TI-n 1G70  ft  The   Most   Up to-Date   Outfitter- ^  in Western Canada.  Intending Pro-peclors ������hot.id write in.  for one of our new -older*-, which  lontftins an e\ccilcn; *Inp and .111  cstinia'e of tho probible cost o. a  complete outfit for the Gold lields  Hudson's Bay Stores,  ,      Calgary  CAI.GA1.V, l'ob  1. 1~''_.  ?-_-~3pi^^p^_^<3P^37~_305*-5'S?S^,  J  f ijai^ <___; Crag  Notaries Public,  cs  Sole Agents for  'evelstoke  MINING,  JlREand LIFE INSURANCE  [ARTHUR G. J... SPRAGGE,  |irrister, Sol.citor. Notsry Publ.c, Etc.  OP'.ce   J'ohon _ ban!; n'ocl,  ~irst Street, Revelstoke Station. P. C.  - - ���������iv *  *-.  WM.   WHITE,  O. C.,  |irrister, Solicitor, Not.-.ry Pabhc, Etc.  Solicitor for Im-icr'al Ij������nk of Car aria.  Front St, Revelstoke. S C.  [JAMES  MURPHY, B.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  Cbbee     Cowa.i block    I'D  ilo. 1SS.  Third St., Revelstoke. B.C.  Results  Ar  e  f What  Count  Notice.  A meeting af the Dniniiilon Ibiv Cclebriition  i.'oniiiilliie v.ill 1 iko pliu. at the Couit House  iiii'lliursitiij cvt'iilnj iicvtat7 Hi  w t. i'axio:*-.  Itevelsloke, lune lull Hon--eereiar}  Notice.  j\ 11 pcr-ttius having c'liin. annul.t M' j\ (~  M bpr* g^'e, bin i-.i r, bill of Kcielstoke, aie  rciiucsted i.i ���������-c'lid partliulais of Ibcii 1 laims  to the iindci-tinted in 1 ere 01 Molson. 11 ml:,  liew'lstol.o station, L' C  i.l.O    .  ifi CAHTl'll,  Jul" tl fcolu 1101 ful _Ii*> bpragge  Notice.  I, th" .iiidor-igned, beg to inform my customers thai [ have disposed of mv interest in the  milk business to the Salmon Arm Co Operative  Co , nf \\ hlth Mr In- irarhcll is the malinger  Audi soluu fur the ((inipaiiv the same good  will and puio:ia*i' kindti tendered to mu  IfUi-.Il   IjOU'.1H~a1".  Roicl-loke*, Itincll, ll'. djo20  Liquor   License   Notice.  -Totlcc is herebv given that v c, the inidoi-  sipni'd, uireiid in applj JO dais af toi date, to  the btlpendiiirv Wairistiate of Xmlli Hiding 01  \\ est ICoiitonaj lor license lo tell liquoi at the  Cltieen'-. bote1, Coiiiapli*.  II ('  ' C'l-*\I,SC.IIA M .v. Hniw-v..  Com ipl'x, Mnv _l.t, UTS      "  Liquor License '  Take notiee that 1, the undersigned, intend  to applv, I1O1I111* irom date, to the -.tipciicliiu v  M igisiiatc for the .Voitli -ildlng of (he J_.le-.l-  orcl Di-trict of Ktioti'inij foi a license to sell  liquor bv rot.iil i.t ri\ hotel at the mouth ot  C irnes ireek  Un'cd this 1st d'.v of Mav, IS'lS  .invl.ii '' \l   If   BL'cin _t**A*\*.  Dissolution of Partne-.shio.  Tho partnership hcietofore c\lsiing bctuccn  us. the uiiiloi*i���������'ncd, is tlusdm dii*,olvi'(l bv  niuciuil lonseut Ail deols due the llrm will  be Miliorteil I15 lain.1-. J' \\ n���������'lit, In ������ bom the  oiisnn.*.- will be condrited at tiie old stand,  si*.1 1110 v ill pa., nil outstanding uu omits  egtupsl the firm  T   i:   'A BIOIIT  d jlv S Miiom.i. A   i'li'i-v  Application For Land.  Volice .=, licrcli. gi-en that (.0 davs after (late  I uito'iii to ijipl. In the Cuici Goimiiissiniiii 01  Land-a.id V\ ort s for per.n''*s on to pti-i ha*.i������  -.'il aero*, more 01 lo*,*. nl iiisime.ed land,  part of wh.ch vvasfniumrlv preempted bi.t row  abit.doi'cl bi Milull. Lcvc -iuc and sitnitc  on Uov 1110 lyre'k, Illg liend distrli t _ nddus-  cubcd a- follow. l O'nii ent nig at a pn.t at  X i: corner 01 reigiisou'* hi'id, niciki 1 >* ];,  the no no. Mi tl) cnaiiis Hum.* west 40 chains,  thence iouth so chains, thei ie c-l IJ eliainu,  luiildiiuiig ,1.1) acres, moie or le-s  . (im  IjAI*oi:mi  Peiebtiike, IJ C , Iiinen, IbO.- iliug'l  " ' - Forcicu and  Domestic Soaps and  ..Perfumes.  A full line of Toilet Requisites.  A cor-[*lete assortment of Stationery  Drugs and Chemicals, every  preparation -being fresh1 and  chemically pure.  Dispensing t. specici feature ot our bu* ineas  <_^CJias. E. Rck! & Co.  X Mimic  House Furnishiiigrs  Just received direct Irom Scotland  What   vou   pav   Is  not  half so  important as what von get 111 paint  Chiap   paint  11   cl mi's    much  ' more   expensive   than    the    hifth  priced, vi hen rc-ults are 1011-idercd.  People are finding this out.  A good Article will alwajs make  its waj ^  The  it       Sherwin-Williams  Paints  cost more tl.au others, but are the  ((J most cconomiiiil  paint, any man  i'i can use    1 hey last longer than anj  1 fother paints, and 111 this we indudc  Ture Lead unil Oil    'lliev go further  Jand have a better appearance.    II  |_* jou  don't know  this  already, it's  worth jour while to find Ito'it  BQtfRNE BR0S.,  ac.i~~.-is,  I  REVELST0KE  Dealers m Item,   nnd Shelf Hard-  1    v are, I'alnl,. Oil-, t,Iu������s, j;tc.  lrif____S!r__-t_-?iinr_M!fl^  If \oti will como l.:u1 look at our....  . .:.":-���������:s������,s^.--. Carpets  .. .Maori  J.-.I'A~.LM" HliriS AMI SQUAKI-S  WOOL SQUARES  rLooit nct.s  COCOAXUT MATS  You wil' be pleased    And don't forget that we  have a  Ful) Range of Linoleums  Also LACK CURTAINS, ART MUSLINS,  TOW ELS and TOW KLUXC, BLEACHED  and UNBL_-t-Hi:D TAIILB LIXEX,  Etc., Etc.  Dry Goods  A fine assortment.  BGotsand Shoes  Biggest and best assortment in the to .mi  And remember to ask to see our 1-ues ol  Straw and Felt Hats  Wo  ..111 ������oll at rock bottom prices, And -nlll  tO  tl> p-GlLM- jou.  C. & Hume & Co.  Iicvelstol-^ Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City,'1 B.C.  L FIGHT  Rather    Than    Have    Manila  Bombarded  THE SPANISH DOWNED !N CUBA  Spanish Guerillas Attack tlie American  Soldiers at Guantanamo and Repulsed  With Heavy Losses After Fourteen  B : 7f Hard Fighting���������Manila Has  Surrendered���������Mts. Gladstone Failing-  ���������Spain Will Appeal   to  the  Power..  Special to the IIerald  Washington. Jim. 33,���������Under  coiiiin.md nl Gi>n. i.il Slinfli'i. the fust,  clivismi; eit the* United .St.itcs- .11 my  s.nl tiuni;lit. finm Key ^Vc*t toi btn-  ti iqo 10 Iie.ii'gi' ,uiel c'.iptuii' tli.it town.  riit'V will lie lonveyed Iiy 19 vv.usliip*,.  London-. Jmn* VI,���������A ncsp.ilc-li (o  th(* D.ulv _M.uJ litiin _NT,ii_f,iski,~ J.ip in,  s ivs. "Tiiintwni'tliy intoiin.ition fiom  Geiin.iny li is. cletei niineil to  prevent the lioiiili.iidiiient ol _Manil.i.  Gu.vntvna-no, Cnli.t. vi, 1 Putt Antonio. II.���������Tin- invasion of Culi.i liv  t-it- Aiiiui it.ins Iiej,Mii tnel.iv .mil MX)  iniiiiiK's pile lied their tentb .iliove tlu*  siiiokini; 1 tuns ot the out ci foitilii.i-  11011s ot Gu.uuaii.iiiio, unci the st.11*,  .ind btripes .tie floating. Tins Joici*  weie suli-,i*qiii*iitly ,itt,ukuil Iiy th"  Kp.u.Wi-ffiu'i ill.i. vvho weie lepuKi'd  atti'i foiiitcuii huui<~ ut haul tii?litina:.  Sevei.il Aiuci'ie 111s weieJ*illcil anei the  Spanish loss is hi-lieveil to lie heavy.  Wasiii\oK5N. .Tun.-I'I���������Anili.is_s.uloi  Hay 11111. the Oi-p iilini-nt that  Manila has sim ciulei eel. It is, mil  kiimvn vvhclher lo Deney in the  the lii-iufounts.  Lo.VDo.N. .Time IS.���������Mis. Gl.ulsliin..,  vvho has hi-eii nuntallv failing loi  sump time, docs not ustli/e hei hus-  li.ind's death. She LOi'tinually spiaks  of hun as lieinu in the no\t 100111 am1  S.111111 coiiiiny; to hot.  FREE .rS_iNERSL-LSC!_--SES.^  ',  - * . r  For some time   past   the  opposition  ha.e laised-the ciy  thai   1 In*  nuiimic  e l.i.scs   ol    the    inuntiy   .ne   tti'ilnlv  laved.      and     loiisceiuenth     in    then  pi Him in   I In-    si'vi-ntli   plank   leads;  ������������������Allien.lme'it ol tlie law in   lc^aul  to  fi .'i' mineis'  license*.,  so  that   1  111 in  should not  III*  lompelli'il   to   lake out,  ���������1 ti. e   ni.i.i'i*.'  licensi*  hetiue  ne  i.m  woik   111   .1   mine   tor waives.*'    That  snuiuls. rjuite phil.inlhiopit   aiul   i*. an  e\i I'llciiL iiy   loi    the   (ippiisilion   tn  make 111 ri_i_. endc.iv 01 Kiiinliiee a  e ei-  lain si'i tion ol 1 XwyU 1 ten.ue lo lielicve  ir is lic'iti;; s.in ll'.i'iici'd and  lo'ihecl  Ii\  politR.il   h'Lfhi.'.i. men.      Thev   shou.  while   1111   the   .tump:    "(iive   lis   I hi*  icinsol pmvi-r and ne.nly eveiy  foi in  of  I.i*. limn   ,nip.-,-i(l  hv   the   pivcin-  ment will : lK" flight���������in I.ul   we  vvdl  ��������� unpiilil.t   a.'i.iu-,  un   wind  '    Bi itish  C-'.jliuiiliia-lii.-'n^-i p i.t-(if-tlif;~~-lJ(iTniiT="  10.1   is   1111 ilile to   i.n*,..  ,1  lev emu*   Iiy  iiidiiect t.i\ itiuii.    Weie it peiiiiitled  to do so,   theie   vvouid   he   verv   little  .stud, toi  (lie a vei afire  linm.-in   liem;*  is  siicli.iniiiiiiii.il that it the Govei nmeiit  takes little Iiy little liom hun   in   Mich  .1 way that he* eleie*. not lfilize  how   it  is done*, li" is cei.-itcnt. bat il asked   for  a Hindi less ���������iiiiuiint  111   a  e'tiieet   way  he le.-euts it keenly and  thinks  it an  cutiatre,      espec Lilly" if   theie   is   an  opponent of    the   iicliiiinistrition  to  pioh hun on.     Novv  the  fiee  mineis'  tax is   siuinly   a   manner   nl   1 .using  inoney hy diiev t taxation, lii.nK-.inii-  l.ir to the poll ta\- in th it it-spei 1. and  the GnveiiimeiiD is just  as entitli'd to  levy one us the othei.     Let eis take .111  unbiased view of the (jiicslion.     Does  the miner leieivc  nnv  rciuunei.ition  for the payment of llie S3 fee which  Hives him the piivileire of  working  in  .1 "nine fot .1 veai?    lie ("eitninly does.  When a iiitnins; legion ja opened up 11  nuinliei-.if otliceis  must   lie sent  into  the distiii-l.    A erold  1 (1111111 i*-*-toii<*i, n  mine inspee-toi to .safegiinid the mineis  lives and  inleiesls  of the nien   while  vvoikuiK 111 the  mine* anil  police and  othei   (itliteis eif  instice  to  m iint.11'11  law and older. ������   AVe thus see that the  Government .ue at a jjicut expense  and must take  preiMiilion   to lecoup  themselves.     Again, theie aie 11 Rt-eat  manv aliens engaged in mininp-.  They  foi 111   laiirely  the flpatiiif; population  in these disti let-.    I. it t itjht that the*y  should lie allowed to come heie for .1  time and act as parasites on the countiy���������1ece1vi11g.it the same  time  oar  piotection���������and then when they have  made a cei tain amount of money,   he  allowed to depait without paying one  faithir.cf into the piovinci.il  treasury?  It   is   11nre.1s011.1hlP   lo   think  so.    It  must he undei-stnod hy all that no govei nment can 1 un the country  without  1 revenue and this tax, .ilthougli I1e.11-  iiiK liKhtly on  the  individual miner,  "lotal*. a c-onsideiahle ainountof money  which, in lealiiv. is afterwaids Iaif>elv  spent foi the bunt-tit of those \\ ho paid  it hy   pioviditiK   tianspoi tation   anel  other facilities vv _______ hav e a te'tidenc y  to cieate steady einplovnient. Any  miner who tikes ' 11 leasonalife  view of the 111 it ter cannot help  but see that the la _ is uot unju~t. Wc  admit that a u.irrii.v-minded view of it  provides excellent food for the stump  01 ilor w ho will pi<>sent hut one side of  tin* epilation for the -sake of m.ikinp:  politie.ilc.ipit.il. AH foims of direi t.  f.-i _atioii arc inoic or less bugbears to  most iiicii and the art of levyunr it in  the lijrht way is.i v.tst J:id complica  ted seieiue. TiiiroI. one of the wi-cst  ol fiuaucieis, eailed il. the .111, nl phn k-  inif the goose wilhoiii, making it 11 v.  Xo unit I cm* how cueful any ^ovein-  nient may he in thi- ope'riition whiih  inusl, be ( uriied out. llie opposition is  always standing near wit li ,1 sh.np  st 11 k, nnil if the pilose shows si^n-* ol  he.uinp; the pun of the plucking  oidd I without a mm min it is soon  plodded lo such an extent thnt it  slnieks is il 11, w-cie dvinij; niulfi lhe  opt'iation. We have no doubt Iml Unit  in the tntm e the tn\ may be loweied  lonsidei ibly nnd peihaps done away  w ith. but at the oiesent time, 'when  the province is ynuni?  and  KMpiues a  I upfe ieieiiue to 1 11 ry on the woik ol  deivlnpmenl, it is uiiieasonable lo a*,k  lh it it be abolished. Let 111 look at  t|ie woll.iie ol the piovmce beloie  paity., II the eleeloi*. (rust tri the  opposition to cai iy oul, some of the  impossibilities they m e now adyoc.it-  nif. thev will simply be disuppoirilcd.  II thepiesent ^ovei nment was bond hns;  III letr.ud to tlie lmndlini; of the  ieve-  II ne instead ol nsnifr it toi the coiin-  tiy's benelit. theie might he _siune  lound'ition lor the ciy a^aiiisr, such a  form of taxation. The opposition  havenevei ii*> yet been able In .slum  that one drill.u has been u*ed lor (ot-  1 upt pm pciM's, md so long ,-isMieh .1  stule of aUniis exists the people shmiiel  stand shouldei to shouldet with the  piesent adniinisti.itioii whose.um is to  make 1.1 itish Goluiiibi 1 lhe liannei  pro. in. in the Dominion.���������Vancouver Woi Id.  SEML.N A_pE.!TiTY,  Joe Martin   Forces   Himself   Upon   the  Opposition. "      1  [1'rom our Victoria Correspondent ]  Itis now ceil un tlAt Ihioiighout  the distnct of New "Westminsti'i, 111-  1 hiding Ihe cities of Vain ouve-io and  New Wi'stuiinsfei, winch last election  let 111 ned 11 sohd 1 ontingent for tlie op  pniitirn aiul in winch its sti'omrhold  inaitilv l,iy."v ill 11*1111 u aL least .\& 11m-  ���������f.ii ifcy of govei nment suppoi ters, although _t us ( I,umed that theie vtyll lie  acleiin swe*ei). On Die island thj-ie is  mil mote th in tvvooi thiee doubtful  cnnstil iifiii ies. aiuLiin that *-t itopicnt  t,he opposition is triven the heuefji: ot  'ho do ib!; and as to (he icst ot" (he  piovince it is veiy significant th it the  opposi'inn pi ess is not uiaking the  s line C-tiav.ig.uil ilaiius U1.1t it did  piioi to tllel isl elec inni. notw-ithstaii'l-  ini_rth.it 11 ye 11 ago it wns crinfiilentlv  asse; ted thai, tlie govei iimeiiljuV^iild  he-'VivepE'j-.ou. ~oi' ex-isleiu cTand 'hope-  lesslv sno.ved under. Theie i. a -imiig  teelmc ol 1 i'*eiitineii1 iiiuong the opposition agiinst the e__i'its which have  been male lo iisuip lhe Icadeiship ot  .Mr. Semlin. and althoiigh in_uiy( do  i'ol legaid linn as a 111 111 of eminent  ahiliLv.yet ho (allies peisonally the  esteem,ol most ot theni. Jlr. il" 11 tin  has heen bnui-ilit out with the cxpi ess  pm pose nul avowedly as tlieiuily'in,.n  vvho is lilted tu Ie id. am! leganiing  vv liose-.uiibitioii 111 tl.it ie-pe(t llieie  can he no possible elembr. aiul ioiisu  cpientlv holli lhe men and llie nu thods  of his e.iiiditine .ne ob]t (t. d to. If  ill. Mil tni" had been a long tune icsi-  dent 01 h id scivt'd his appienlKcship  in,lhe 1 inks as othei men hive done.  01 even lt as a nevvi omet I11s.pnl1t1t.il  ii'( end elsew heie h ul been such as to  iust iiy Ins pi el elisions* 01 (he fluiris  iiL.cW>u���������hi.���������beli,iIIt-'iic'���������inmrht���������have  hi'i'ii leiognizeel; hut being tin nst upon  the eleetois fiom (.oiisideialums ol  pcisonil ���������imbition or political exigencies, he is li'g.uded .is* piesiimp  tuous. The.e is nodoulil, about it Ih.it  -Messis. ilartin. Cotton. Blown, Swoui  and Foster all in pi.u ticalij-one-lis-  ti k t with aspuations 111 one duet tio'n  and claims tor cabinet positions aie  hav-mii .1 veiy dec ide'd elicit on tlu*  mind of the geneial electotate. and 111  the intci ioi distii(ls will lie legaided  il anvlhitig except favor.   Mi. heinlui  III tlioiippi'i (Ountty stands piaclii,illy  alone, and his uiflueiK e ovei the p.uty  is being s idly iindei mined. It is  lecogmzed geneuillv that these men  nie (in tnting the whole pnluv oi the  campaign, mid ilr. Meinlm. lhe le-idei.  is as tunch a nonentity as if he did not  exist. In f.-ic t, in the' lower intuit ry,  his ilium* is but seMom nieiitioned, unil  his le ideisliip is se-.u cely lecognized.  .Such a condition of all'aiis is disoignn-  i'/i'ig opposition sentiment, which,  veiy 111 in hus dm ing last elei tion arises  fioniaihtt'cienti-.iiise.iti 1 is.lietali'd bv  a dilfeient policy in eae h 1 ldiiig. You  would not leiognize the politics 01  Esepiim.ilr. distnct. top instance, as he-  111g.-1t.1ll akin loth.it ot Vain Oliver;  and that ot Yale and Koolenay is of a  dilfeient. kidnev altogctliei.' Tiii'ie  aie iihnost as many polities among  the oppositionists -is theie .110 candidates, nnd even if opposition was successful, the v-.-u 1011s elements vvouid be-  so dissonant as to 1 erider :i h irinonious  and successful government impossible.  Such a contingene y, howevei, is only  hypothetical, and theie vvill lie nn oppoi titrnty ������f the expel iiiient of gov ei iiinent under such conditions, being  made.  War Briefs.  Dominion estimates aie all voted.  War is imminent between Transvaal  and Svvitzeil md.  One thousand pei sons were killed in  the Sieva Leone levolt.  The Anclo-Fienih disputes ill Africa  ���������ire in conisc* of settlement.  A tornado elestioyed an e*lev,itor  aiul other buildings at Ogdensbmg.  It is ieported that Spiin xv'.Xl appeal  to tha powei-: for inl-etveiition.  Col. Ince. Ottawa, died suddenly on  the C. P. R. ti.iin. near Whitevvoiid.  Henry I_. "tN'estein, IJ.iriiilton. made  a deliheiate nttciiipt nt suicide, by  shooting.  The senate ie*i"cted the proposed  giant of the Manitoba school funds.  _Ei-i*ii Minn, ".lontreal. muiderc-d  his wife.   Jealonsly vvaj. the tausc."  Anything to Beat the Government  The Ito-sliind Hei oul winds up the  lepoit ol lhe opposition 1 (invent ion  with the following paiagiiiph: "An  'iildiessof acceptance was miide by  ill, iMaitin ilr. I3ogIe dec l.u ed his  fidelity (o the iiiiiiiuiue and the opposition p.uly ill. Cotton and Sir. ilc-  C'uic licim nude -hoit adiiiesn'.s and  the nu lun It'll upon tin'hist, act, oi  Mie play entitled, -Anv thing to Ueat.  the Govei niuctil.' "  An Open Letter  lo tlie J.dllor of the III rvm  As it it. the vvi-h of the elodois thai  public (piest Kills sluuild he discussed  hei w ecu us on llie, platloi 111, I heieliy  exteuil au invilatioii to Mi. i_.'llio to  meet 1110 al all my meetings in I his 1 icl-  nig. of which lull notice will he given,  as soon iu> dates can he ai 1 anged  Vonis ti ulv,  W.Wuni:.  Reielsloke, June 11th.  HALLELUJAH^ EV3EETSNGS  Adji.ta.it   Hay Will   Entertain   at  the  Army Barracks Tonight.  r.  The Salvation Ai my held an inteiest-  liig.ind impic'ssive meeting last evening, under lhe leideislnp ot hi alt Captain Turner and Adjutant Hay, anil.  .1 fail Iy good ciowd u.is in attendance."  A I, "to'cloe k this.il tei iionn the adjutant  will giveagiapliaphone eiitetlaniineiit  foi the ihilcheii, windi vvill lie flee. Tn  the evening a giaphaphone etitt'itain-  nient vv til also be given tow hull 10  cents admission will be 1 h.u ged. The  piogiani'iie.s for these entei taininc-uts  aie long and vei y inteicstiiig iiuleed,  ���������icing composed of both liupic'ssive  anil coniK il nuinheis, and icttaiiily  uieiita libeial pattimage.  Changes in Mining Laws  The follow ing changes in theBiilish  Columbia mining laws should be i.ne-  tuliy studied bv- those inteiested 111  nulling in this pi oviiiie: *   ,  Fust of these leteis to the locat.on  of haetions. In all ltac Lion . s 11 veyi d  liom now- on, wluithei slaked ( 011 cc Lly  01 nol. the siuvejot may adopt llu*  hound.uy lines of the sm louuditig  claims, pi oviiled no side e^ieeds 1CIJ0  I eel, 111 li-uglh. Tn othet wotds the,  local 01 is en titled-to th-'vuc-iiiifgioriiid  thub'lie claims, evee it he doe, not  stake it in --in li .. m inner as to include  it all, vvhu h he seldom does.  Bj a ie( eut di cision of the coin Is ,1  piospiclor lost, a claim hei.uise ol  inability to sei uie the post necessaiy  to niatk the location. Tile aiiiuniliiirt.t  pi(ivid~'_i r,h it 111 eases when* claims  .������������������c staked tbove the tiinher line, or  ihe pi ns pei ten e-anuotsiH uielhe nuies-  saty posts, he may elect monuments  ol e nth or stone.  In slaking an extension the posts  aie oltc'ii planted so as to loim a  vvedgeshape liailion hutween two  ends ol the two ci.u.us. These l'i,,(-  lions have often liKinied gnat expense, not onlv in 1 fiord mg and  silt lev tug. but in cases vv'icie thev  1.11 ty llie lead, and thus In come --of  such value as to promolejitig itipn.  Tne nun'iTded"iict~7ifitlror,7,es the sui-  v e>oi to include such ti.ic tion piovided  P. does not ifvei mijie than ..1 fij acies  ��������� I lie.ncm ot a lull 1 l.um���������ami piovided lui I hei thai, two location posts  ;u e logethei. .  T5v iaih-.ie lo vecoid assessmenl  woik within the lecpinod pctiod of  one year, either thiough oveisi^ht 01  lhe misuiideistanding of pi.iluei -.hip  iuleiests. valuable iliiints have heen  lost. Now, il ,1 piospettor fails to  iecoi.1 lhe woik within ,1 year, he Ii is  30 days' additional time* in vvhu h 10  make" tin* leioid hy.payment ot an  I'xtia if.10.  Another ch-iuge 1 ("gliding the  assessment vv 01 k is in lhat p.u (icul.ii  whii ii (.died loi work to the amount  (it .fill)!) eat li vear. Now .1 imiiei (.111  do and leioid as many ussi-ssmcnts as  he pleases in a your by paying the  lecoid.rig fee for culi assessment  done* to the extent of $100.  In ca _<��������� anvbodv should adverse an  .1 pplic.it ion tor :i e ci tifiiateof impiove-  nieiil mid ciown gi..nt, the i onle.st mt  must have his claim siuveyed iniiui-  di.-itely and file :i plan made and  signed by .111 .���������inthori-/.ed piovinci.il  land suiveyor with the vviit.  To obtain :i down giant in ISDOil  was necessaiy to do .���������ussessmenL woik  to the amount of $500 and lo have the  claim svrveved. which ino.ui! another  $1<K). In 1S37 the ac t was .uuended so  us to piovide that up to May 1. 180S,  the cost of such suivey should count  11& woi k done on the claim, not to  exceed $100. In plain English it  counted as an assessmenl, and as woik  tow aid the 11 own gi int. A stuvev  genet.illy costs S100. The last ]..giC-  lature ex-lends- the time to May 1. 150')  Heic*.iflei, in advetse pVur (eclings in  eoniK'Ltion with the title lo mineial  claim . befoie anv 1 ouit. each p.u I v to  the pioceedings shnll give nfliniiative  evideuie of title. Ileietofoie the  bin den of proof was on the contestant.  Tlu* fee foi l-ecoiding assessment  woik h is hi'en leduced fiom 32 7.. to  S2.V). Jleretofoi e the fee for iccoid-  ing assessments h is been 25 cents  higher than other fees.  Anybody w ho pulls dovvn a legal  post eiecloJ to_ iu.it k .1 boundary 01  location ot .1 uiinei il claim, o" any  vviiting hy lavvieiiuiied to be thei eon.  is li villi* to iiiipiisnnmeul foi six  months 01 .1 line of $2.~k), or both. This  is supposed to he (Incited partiiulai ly  tow.ue] pi eventing the use of old posts  by people vvho rest.ike .1 claim md  sometimes destioy evidences of n p-ioi  loiition.  Local, Peisonal and Political  J. M. Kellie, il. P. P., leturned lust  evening lioni the south.  W. While. Q. C, 1 el uriied l.i.l evening liom a li ip to Allow head.  ilcNanghf, ol Golden, went south  this moiling to the Halcyon Hot  Spi ings.    t  I. T. Ciews-ler. ol the O.11 lies Cieek  Co. went up to the Itoseheny this  morning.  A. F, Waldon. lepiesenting Puik.  Divis to Co., wholesale diuggsts, of  Detioit, is in town.  No loyal Can idian need go to other  lands to seek loi loi tunc. Wo have  lho held ol 0111 own .  il. ~.l J3ii'-h 11.111, who has just established isloppnig pl.u eat the mouth  oi C.iines deck, is in town.  iliss Mai y Millet, the popul 11* and  flllc n nl vv.uiicss at the inning Ex-  1 haiige, lell, this mot mug on 11 visit to  Fei gusou.  The p iiutitig of the ex-teiior of the  CoSuuihi 1 House is being clone, .nul  adds gieally to the ,'ppeaianie ot this  popul ir hotel.  .Seven c u loads ol beef cattle went  ihioiigh fiom C.tlg.u v 10 the const  last nighr. They .11 e dcsluied loi  Dawson City.  The volunteci at niy at Tanipi will  icqniie months of slcady dull and  stei u discipline, liefoie it ian meet Well  tiained soldieis 111 battle.  ilr. Ch.uiibeiIain's speech on Anglo-  Saxon unity his disunited the home  1 lie seil ions into two 11101c p 11 tits���������  the anti-Spanish and the pto-Spaiiish.  The Uniled States war .tut hoi ities  CMiinol, e.\ei( ise an effluent ptessceu-  soislup until ollicers le.un that w.u is  not fought in the columns of .1 news-  papei.  Vice-Pu'sidenl Shaiighnessy, of the  C. P It., went thiough this moining  ot. No. 2 to iiontieal. Supt.-Marpole.  .icconiiianied the li'iitv* as far eistas  Donald.  Tii o gi e it sov eroigns���������Eli-, iheth and  Vie ten 1.1���������had Spanish questions to  deal with, mil looks as if Vic tenia's  1 eif.ii woulel piovej as dis.istious to  Spain as did llio leign of Elizabeth.  The Cosgiove coiiipiiiv went  (Inonyh this 11101 mug on No. 2 to  .B.irifl. when* I hey will ; cm iin for the  *1l(-\l~"l wTi'"inonths.' They will be lhe,  guests of Dr. Hi et! at  the Sanit.iiiiim.  Theeiti/ens eif Tiout Lik.* City intend lo hold a gi.md ce'ebi ition -in  that town cm Dominion D iv A pro-  gi iinine consisting of athletic and  iqiiatic spoils, hoi selacing and .1 football inulcli is being ni ranged. Over  !*i300 .ii puzes is being ofteied.  Theie is some talk in town of postponing the Dominion Day < elehration  until the -Ith of July owing to the  I ut lhat. Donald is holding tlieir celebration on th tt day, and have sent- nn  invitation to the gnu club to be .piesent and t ike pti't 111 the celebration  Llieie.  T. E. II0111 lell this ninining to open  the woi ���������_ on the Bl.uk W.u nor grunp  on the Noith Fork, of the Lai dean,  .ibiMit__.ii_i~.__iiiiles_ti_oni_n.('i giison, Jl'he.  "_-lii("k Wanioi is a high gtade silv ei-  lead pioposition, and the lead is exposed toi rif.uly 3.000 feet, ilr, Hoi n  last, 3 e'ai diove a lunnel in .'10 feel, and  expects tc get in .inolliet 30 leet this  siimniei. '  Short Wiring;  A Sp misli cabinet crisis is imminent.  The Fiench cabinet 's to he con-  sti ucted.  The Vene/.itelan tevolution^has been  quelled      '  The fjieter wheat coiner has e ol  1 ips.'d and piiics hive fallen uliiin-  mgly.  Dominion I'.uliaiiieiit vas pro-  logiied by Loid Abeideen on ilond.iy.  The Spaniaids claim th it they h ive  injuied several United fet.lies wai.lnps  oil* Sa.itiago.  An .11 mv for the invasion of P.iito  Kicn is being inohili-.ed by the United  Slates.  An illcgi'd miiideier li.i" been  Km lied bv .1 mob 0:1 the piiniipai  sqiiaie of Great liend. ICniisas.  A convention has been signed between Gieat Biitain and Flame settling lhe negio (pici-lion.  Attempted Tram Wreck.  List night .just after No. 1 wenl west  a bold .il.lempl vvas in ide lo vvieck the  next tiaintnat might li ipp<-n to pass  up or down the hill to Clan William.  The fhemail of the woik tr .in.  which is vvoiking in the giavel  pit. was passing elera n I he track about  half an hour aftei the passing of No. I.  when he disc ovei ed .1 ill .ill tied aiound  one of lhe r.iiis, and the; big cable that  is used on the vvoik ti.un thi own ileal  .k Kiss lhe traik. It s,i.s toittiiiate indeed that it so l.iippet.e.l tint the  elfotts of tin* tiaiu vviecker weredis-  covcied in time, as in the event of .1  li.un coming dovvn the lull .-ind striking lhe obsttuc tion the consequences  would have been disastrous to tiie  pioperty of the lomoany and the  chances .ue. would have lesulted in  spiious loss of life. Constable McRae,  immediately after the news of the attempt to vvieck thetiair. reached the  police, ariested on susp,eion a man.  whose desc-i iption (allies with that of  a pc dl.u who was find oft No. 1 and  then go', into an alteic.ition with the  diivei ot the woik tram, out of which  lie came w ith a black eve. This pedlar  was the last per������on noticed going over  Lhe' ti ck at lhatspot befoie tne ob-  st' i.t lien 0:1 the. line was discovered.  INVASION  OF CUBA  .    . -������  Continual Skirmishing Going On  at Guantanamo Bay  MARINES AGAINST GUERILLAS'  Fifteen Thousand Troops Sailed From  Key West Yesterday���������Germany Massing Ships and Men at Manila-  Dominion Parliament Prorogued���������  Royal Horse Artillery for Canada���������  The Negro Questio'n Settled.  Special to the Herald r           Wasuim!rox-. .lune' It.���������The United.  States .11 my lor the invasion  of Cuba  sailed   at  daylight   fiom  Key West,  ovei 15,000 sl.ong.  I_yi.\~~i_ Lights,  Mass,   June 11.���������.  The ti uiscr San Francisco went ashou*   "  heie yestciday morning and pulled off  al high tide List night, damaged.  Oti the United States C.'iinp,"Giiant!i-  n.'imo Bay, June  14.���������When the Associated   Pi ess    boat.   Dauntless,     left  G11.1nt.111.11nn  B.ive.uly this .morning,  after 13 hours'skiinnsh  between - the.  United  States   maiines   under .Lieut/  Col.Htintingtonand S|ianish guerrillas." ,  It vvas expected that fighting vvouid be  1 en. wed. a*, tho Maibelhead vvas landing remfoi lements.   Nothing h.i,dJieen-  heard fiom theadvanieel pickets ifnder ^  Neville  and   Shaw.    At  Oo'ilocktheJ  Iii ing   was   again    renewed .:by   the,  Spaniards, vvho appe-ued oil the..cunip   t  on the edge of a small  I-l.incL_.bout  ,1  mile to the noilheast. It vvas promptly  leturned   by 13   Hotihkiss   tifles ancl^  thiee   inch   quick   firing  guns.    In.a'.  shoit time nil stqns of the enemy had  had clis.ippe.tted.  The skiimish lines thrown a_oiinc"(.  the camp kept up the popping all  morning, but vvith not much tesult..  Meanwhile the ilarbelhead .left, the  hai bor and thievv a few shells into the  woods. _  -   To the cre-it. delight of themirines-  iri cune Neville and  Shaw with thitty,  men of  Company   D. who returned inv>  good shape, but exhausted by 18 houisJ  -^lic ket���������cirtllr���������Onc'iii������n.-Serfft.'_Sitiith,~r-"-  Conipany K. h.id   lieen   shot  and instantly killed. "    ~  St. Paul. June It.���������The Curberry  footb ill team 1je.it Minneapolis 'today. i  HALir.vx. June 14.���������It is" r-iibrted  that si . bundled loyal hoist; irtillc*ry-  nien may come heie finm England;  thrc*e hunch ed to be st-itioneil at  Halifax, a handled atToLonto, a hun-,,-  "-1  r       ?-)l  *   Jf I  " v  ' - '->U\  J* 'K%  -*!-.        *J  died  at Montieil  British Col mu hia.  and  ahundied in  tv- -  -���������  -"'il  "''.fi  The Adair Prospecting and Mining Co.'  Waltei Walsh, inerih.-int.of Oxbowf  \ss.i.. was in town last week. .!_. guest  at_ the .esiilcnce of Ed.  Adair.   .Mr.-  Walsh   is    interested   ^in   the   Aci air  Piospectingand ilining Co., who own  mine-c' lims^on���������L-ifoi me���������Ci eek.^of-v-  vvhich EJ. Adair is the manager,  and  is heie to consult   with  Mi.  Adair in   <  legaid to tho vioik  to be tindeitaken'  in opening up this valuable propei ty.  As soon us the trail up Lafoime cieek ,  is put through the company intends to  take up a gang of men and supplies  and pioceed with development woik.*>  The men   will   be  kept  at   work all"  sutnuiei and vv inter to piove the prop- -  e;Ly.     The claims aie situated  near  the headwaleis of the Lafornie ireek,  just six miles up  fiom the Bip.Bend  ti,ul. and when the new  Hail   isJeqni-  pleted ir will he made easy of access.  The   work on  this   piopeity" vvill  be  watched   vvith  considerable   interest,'  and the HKK.vi.n vvill  repent the pjo-  grfss of the work fiom tune to time.  Disappearar.ee of Mrs. Spragge"  The mystery which  still  surrounds,  the   disappcuiance   of   A. il. Spragge.  has been inc-ieased by 11 second di_ap-  pe.uante.     that    of " his   wife",;., Mrs. ���������  Spiagge. who Ills  net been seen_sini~e  yesteiduy, when she passed the Union  liotel. going   along   the ro id   towards  the river,    lt is believed that  she may .  have gone to ic'iiew Iheseaich for her  husband, and going   too near the edge  of the bank, which is in a veiy dungei-  ous und tre.iihc'ious   condition, have  fallen   into   the   fatal   waters .of��������� the-d  Columbia.   There   is    a  stoiy, going  round, which in nil prob ibihty reached -  her e.us, that on^,-of the membeis of.  the Hairy Lindley Co., almost immediately after their  an ival   and   befoie  lhe_i elation nt Air. Kpmggc's disappear- .  ance h id reached him, che.imt that the  body of ,1 man, ot  whiih  the desu-ip- .  tion   tallied veiy closely vvith   tbeap-_  pe.u.inie   of   Air. Spiagge.  vvho. .was"  ptr-on.illy unknown to him, w.is lying  among  ^   the      driftwood     at  ,   the-  foot   of   the   smelter.   In   times   of  gieat mental depi es-ion the hmuession  (onveyed by the belief in the possi-,  bdity   of a     message    fiom another  woildaie stionget- than  at oidinaiy  pei iods aii'l the stoi y may hav e started  Mis. Spi-igge on 11 renewed search for  hei husband ata pirticul.uly dangei-  ous spot on the riv er' bank." Saarth ,  parties   have  been   orgnriized by  the  polite and ai-e now out looking forhar.  L-VTEK  ���������       -. -     ^  Just before the Herald" went to  press the news w.13 received lhat Pro-,  vincial C'uustable Alcltae, had, found .  Mrs- Sprigge down on the bank somt--  distance below the smelt _i, imcon--  si-ions. but still alive. She is at piesenV*^  j at the Union, hotel.' '  an Revelstoke   Herald  Published In InteroBts ot  Revelstoke. Lardeau, Bl(t Bend, Trout Luke  lUectliew__i., Albert Canyon, .lordiui  1'd.si aud Eagle fans DUirlola.  A. JOHNSON Pi-oppletoi*.  A Semi* Weokly Journul. published In thu  interests of R_.el_.tolio and tlio surrounding  district, Wednesdays nnd satiirdaiB, nullum;  :loee-l connoctlomi with all trains.  ..dverllalngltaUss : Ilispiuy ads. SI.SO per  columnitich.SS.OUpurinch when Inserted oo title  pago. Leftal aim. lie pur Inoupi.ruil) lino for  nrai insertion; 80 for each additional ii,sortloii.  Heading uoticeg, lac por line each issue. Birth,  ilarnaKO and Death notices, frco.  Subscription Hates: By mall or currier, ?i 1)0  per annum; ~"l."-5 for six mouths, strictly In  advance. ��������� . .  Our Job Department: Tiik HiJK_1.11 .lob  Department Is on" of tho best injulpped  printing onices in Worn Kootenav, end is prepared to execute oil kinds of printiiiK in "���������'nt  clans Btylo at honest prices Ono pi loo to ('Ills u Job too laroo��������� none fo Btiuill���������for us. Alitil  ordurs prjtnpuy attended to. lilvo ua a trltil  on yourncxiordur. ,  To Correspondents: XVo Inv correspondence on any subject of iiueri-m '.o lhe general  public, and deslro n rellnbli regular oorres-  pondcui In every locili' surrounding  RevelBtoke. In all eases the bona flda name  of the writ������r inustaceotnpany inanusirlpt, bul  not necessarily for publiciuio ..  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko. c_. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  I. All correspondence must bo legibly  written nn onu side of the paper only.  1. Correspondence containing personal  mniter muoi be signed vvub ti.s pr per iiuiiio  of the writer.  3. 1'orrespondenoe vvith roferonco to uny  thing that has appeared in another paper  mnst lirst. be ofTereo for publication to that  paper beforo it can appear in Tiik H-rai.d.  WEDNESDAY.      JUNE   13,     180S.  The only unsatisfactory feature  of the Santiago bom bard ment is  tbat both sides were satisfied  with it.  Should it be: "The United States  is," or "the United States are?"  It depends. If you are speaking  of the United States as a nation,  then "is" goes. It you mean the  United States doing anything  individually, each statu acting for  itself,"then say "are."  Tbe Detroit People comes to our  exchange table this week with the  following bit ot flattery: "The  Herald is a good newspaper, -IS  columns, ably edited, and"judging  from the many and varied advertisements therein we are sure the  merchants and business men of  Calgary know how to appreciate  and support,, a live home newspaper such as The Herald is."  The mosquito is answerable for a  good deal of bad temper, language  and annoyance, and any means  within our reach to diminish the  . discomfort arising from the prevalence of these little pests should  be acceptable. The Public Health  Journal speaking of the mosquito  says: "Two and one-half hours  are required for-a mosquito--to  develop from its first stage, a speck  resembling cholera bacteria, to its  active and venomous maturity.  Tbe.insect in all its phases may be  ��������� instantly killed by contact with  minute quantities of permanganate of potash. Itis claimed that  a handful of permanganate will  oxidize a1 ten acre swamp, kill its  embryo insects and keep it free  from organic matter i'or .0 days at  a cost of 25 cents. An efficacious  method is to scatter a few crystals  , widely apart. A. single pinch of  permanganate has killed all tbe  germs in a thousand gallon tank."  It is also a fact that the lye which  drains from wood ashes will act in  a similar manner and render the  ���������development-���������-of - - insect-=^-life  impossible.  Do not buy shoes with heels until a  child is 0 or even 10 years af age. Iu  order to walk well and comfortably  the ankle must be well supported and  the toes not cramped.  " "Seemed to be some trouble at the  Bugle oflice this morning." "There  was. They tried to speak" of Battle's  wife as'.well known in polite circles,'  and the printer made it 'police  circles.' "���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  One effect of tlie Cuban war is that  it is turning the tide of tourist tr.-iftlc| ,  towards Canadian channels. Our L(l  American cousins vvill reap much  pleasure from an inspection oi our  country, which is second to none on  earth.  Vice president Shaughnessy says  the fast service on the C. P. It."will i-ie  started about July 1st. At present  the schedule time between Alontreal  and Vancouver is 112 hours. It vvill  lie reduced to 100 hours by the new  service.  Lord George Hamilton, secretary of  state for the Indian department, is  mentioned in connection with the  governor-generalship of Canada, to  succeed the Earl of Aberdeen. The  Duke of Fife, son-in-law of the Prince  of Wales, is also named in this connection.  Geimany, although ostensibly neutral in the present war between Spain  and the United States, is undoubtedly  unfriendly to the latter judging from  the hostile tone of the German papeia.  German United States papers are also  without exception  siding vvith Spain.  A woman with one eye applied at  the State department the other day  for a passport. The diplomatic clerk  who filled out the paper, discreetly inserted the following description in the  blank opposite: "Eyes, dark, soft,  full of expression, one of theni being  absent."  The Fenian element in the States,  seeing the friendly feeling that is  growing up between Britain and  America, has taken a pain in the  stomach and does not know what to  do with itself. Itis holding meetings  and passing resolutions against Anglo-  American unity.  The papers all over the continent are  comparing Joseph Leiter of Chicago  with the other Joseph who made such  a fine deal in wheat in the time of the  Pharaohs. That was a famous corner  of wheat which the enterprising son of  Israel put up in Egypt. He,, had the  shorts in a hole if ever a man had.  CROW'S NEST GRIEVANCES.  The   report   of  Judge    Dtigtis,  Frank l'edluy auii John Appletou,  Commissioners to investigate tho  grievances of the workmen ou tho  Crow's   Nest   Pass   Railroad,  has  been lai'l on tbo table of the Houso.  The work of   enquiry was    commenced on January 15th, 1S0S, and  since that time 282 .witnesses were  examined.   Up   to  February  tho  .'jrd, tbo   largest  number   of men  (itnpljyed on tbe works was ���������Ij.'iOO.  It appear., that whilo tbe contractor-) had  power    to  engage men,  they   wi'i'u subject   to a scale  of  wages  lixed   by   tbo manager of  construction,   M. .1.   llanoy,   who  woulil himself assist the contractor to secure men.     On   the  l"lh  May,    Mr.    Charleston,    one    of  1 limey's employing agents  received instructions cu engago 5U0 axe  men,   and   subsequently   ho   was  engaged .to hire    1U0   axemen ac  from #20 to ������2��������� u month and board.  Charleston arranged   with  H. Al.  Koy, to secure the services of these  men, and Roy accordingly made  agreement   with    them   for   free  passage to Macleod   with iood on  the road aud a suflicient supply of  blankets, their pay to commence  from the time of their arrival at  Macleod.   It  is staled   that  Ltoy  failed to obtain tho blankets, that  on arrival  at  Macleod   blankets  were   still   unattainable and for  nin<3 days the men were kept idle  living under   tents   and   without  proper   covering   and   the   consequent suffering fiom cold   during  the night was extreme. Some time  about August 23, the men learning  that the company intended to deduct from their wsges their fare  from Ottawa to Macleod and from  Macleod to the site of   the works,  sent two representatives   to interview Air. Haney  on   tbe  subject,  but he would give themj no  satis  faction, and the next day Laferri-  eie' one o������ tho delegates, received  his discharge.   Air. Haney stating  that he had the push on account of  being a ring leader, in  the  existing dissatisfaction in conjunction  vvith Uupont,   who   was   also discharged.      Tho  grievances   complained of by the men were not of  a trivial nature."' The  men  who  were engaged as axe men, had for  weeks  to   work   with   pick    and  shovel aud although   the   engagement was for  from   $20  to $20 a  month, they stated tbat for-days  when through inclement weather,  or reasons over which they had no  control, as also for Sundays, when  work wasstopped, the amount due  for such time, was deducted   from  their wages,  but they were still  charged for board.     This  caused  so much dissatisfaction and so discouraged the  men   that  many of  them left the works.   Roy's statement was that he specially enquired of Charleston as to the railway  fares of the men and   thnt he was  assured tbat it would be all right  aud that he, Roy, certainly understood this as an assurance that the  fares   would   be   free aud   he   so  stated it to the 150'inen  engaged  by him.     Still   the   amount   was  deducted from every man's pay.  It was also shown that Noel  Landry, hotel keeper at Hull,'  acted for Charleston in the engagement of two or three hundred  men rturiug the month of September fast. Landry's statement is  that his instructions from Charleston were most definite that the  men would uot be required to pay  for their transportation either to  Alacleod or to theiv place of work,  that the compauy would convey  them free and that that was the  basis of his agreement with the  men. Charleston said that he told  the men-that-the-company���������would-  deal with them squarely and none  of the men whom AlcCreary had  sent from Winnipeg had made  com plaint.  About IS oE tlie men who complained of having been deceived  left work at the end of September  wheu they found that tbey were  to be charged with their fare from  Alacleod. They were laid off 125  miles from Alacleod. A general  order was issued at the company's  camps to refuse them food._ Fifty-  four more of them were discharg-  ou a Sunday morning when  about 150 miles from Alacleod and  by the showing of tbe evidence P.  Nash, who gave them the discharge, positively refused them  food to keep them on the way and  that bo either went himself, or  ���������"ent someone ahead of them to  i.sue orders ..to the company's  camps on the return route, not to  supply them with provisions. The  men nlso complained that even  when at work the food supplied  was not sufficient for their requirements.  IUCFL'S-AIj to supply food  On this point the report says:  There is no po������itive proof against  Nash except that in tbe Erst instance he instructed his cook not  to supply them with provisions,  and that it was only by the determination of the. men and the  use of threatsjof violence.that they  were enabled to secure "-uflicient  food for three meals. Nevertheless on the road the men were actually refused a supply of provisions but that Nash denies having  given any special order to yiat  effect.  Inspector Saunders- stated that  Nash admitted to him having  given orders to the camps not to  supply food as they "wished to  teach the other men ales<--on". The  men on the return journey to Alacleod suffered great hardship and  privation, heing destitute of food  and compelled to sleep in the open.  A FEW SPECIMEN CASES  The report ernmeratc" n. large  number of special cases of . eriou .  ill treatment of the men and of  hardships encountered. It appeared to be a standing rule to refuse  food to discharged men leaving  the work.   One man fainted from  weakness through lack ot food.  Alou wero even refused a little salt  to use with any lish they might be  ablo to catch, and threo men existed for a whole day on one  onion. Ac times they were glad  to eat the roi'uso thrown away on  the roads. The men being forbidden to cavry their trunks on to  tho works losses were constantly  happening, one man losing SS0  through having to leavo his trunk  at Alacleod.    In sevural cases tbe  men had beeu abandoned by the  contractors, Doidge to Co. being a  caso in point. In some cases the  men had been paid by cheque  which on presentation at the bank  was pronounced worthless.  The commissioners met 25 men  near l'"ort St'"elo who stated that  Major llowlos hud left the camp ou  December 7, and that they had  nothing co cue and could get nu  provisions, and that they had no  settlement of wages since that  date. The touts had become filthy  and they were completely at sea  as to what would happen to them.  At some of the camps the men  were treated more liko convicts  than tree laborers. InstallC dismissal was the fate of any who  spoke to his fellow, and the complaints wero heart rending lrom  many who were kept idle, having  to pay board and receiving uo  wages, Amongst the immigrants,  especially tho Welsh, the "lima  catalogue of complaints was heard  although they stated that they  made no charge of misrepresentation against the immigration  agents.  Exorbitant charges were made  to the men for tobacco, overalls,  shirts and other articles. For  article.", invoiced in Winnipeg to  contractors at 55c to 05c, they  were charged $1.25 to $1.50.  Double prices were charged for  socks and the price oi boots was  most exorbitant.  Working the possible average  number of days, laborers paid at  the rate of $1.50 per day would,  after deducting his exuenses, have  at the end of the year $5.00 each.  Working 20 clays in the month, he  would have $30, aud if paid $1.75  and charged $5 a week for boatd  and working 2H days per mouth  ho would have $21 at the end of  the year. - .Working, nine months  nt 211 days per month, whicli is  the average number it is possible  to work on, he would be out of  pocket $22 at receiving $1.50 per  day and receiving $1.75 be would  be out of pocket $10. 'The men  found that after working two,  three or four months they were  not in ti position to provide the  necessaries of life for their families  and having to pay liis fare home  it was impossible ever to see his  family under ahese condition.  Still there is >t general admission  tbat the board was quite as good  there , as on similar work elsewhere.  The difficulties the company had  with their men i.s alluded to, and  Air. Haney says be was ignorant of  tbe representations made to tlie  men in the east regarding wages  and transportation and blankets.  ,   TIIECO.M.MISSIONEISS' I'l.X'DINti.S  The summing up of the whole  matter was found by the commissioners to be the establishment of  the following facts:���������Breach of  agreement on the part of Hanes'  and the contractors: lack of proper attendance to the. men when  reaching Macleod, forcing men to  sleep in tho open air without  blankets on tlie bare ground, lack  of proper washing accommodation,  and in some places camp's full of  vermin: the keeping of tbe men  under-terits-until-.Tanuary-without-  .stoves: threatening the men with  discharge if they should make  complaints; the loss of .time  through enforced idleness; the  charging of fare to Alacleod, and  from Alacleod to the works and for  board, even for meals which men  did not get. and the refusal to recognize the alleged right of (he  men to be returned home free, or  at reduced rate0, after a certain  time as represented by the agents;  overcharges on supplies, by toma  of the contractors; the well founded complaint concerning .medical  attendants: the clis-'harging of  men without provision to secure  them from exposure and suffering:  the refusal of menls to sjck persons; the low rate of wages: the  arrest of seveial without legal  right.  HOME REfIO.MEE.N'DATIONS  The commission recommend that  the scale of wagps for laborer,  should be at least $2 to $2.50 per  day: the .stoppage of the sale of  liquors on or near the works: the  appointment of independent government officials, empowered to  settle all differences on the spot,  and to see that rules and regulations were properly carried out.  ft is further suggested that these  reccotnmendations apply to all  public works, and that men who  have been employed six months be  reimbursed tho amount of their  fare, and that tho=e employed six  "months should in addition be  returned home free or at a  greatly reduced rate.  It is impossible to read the report without coming to the conclusion that Haney has grossly  abused tho unlimited powers he  seems to have possessed. Ifehas acted the role of a slave driver rather  than that, of a mnn in charge of n  great public work I'or which the  Government is indirectly paying.  The IJ.Us'sian barbarities which if  he did not initiate he seems to  havf* countenanced, justly earned  for him throughout South. ~-n Alberta the nam's of "C'/cnr" Haney.  If he possess, d the least idea of  the fitness of things, }lu would at  once resign his position.  A farmer went into a store in Mus-  koka the other day to sell a lot of line  poultries, lie was olfered -10 cents a  bushel. A travelling man who was  standing by remarked to the farmer:  " If you had thoso potatoes in Toronto  vou could get SO cents n bushel for  theni." "Va-ns," niisweied the farmer, "and if I had u pail of water in  hades 1 reckon I could get 57 cents a  glass for it, loo." And lliu drummer  col lap. cil.  A dude from the metropolis once  took two young lady friends to a wood  during their holiday .sojourn in thu  country lo hear "the echo," wliich as  he informed Iheni was really wondrous. When they reached the side,  uf the wood the young niiin shouted  nt the top of his" voice���������"Hey, what  are you doing there?" On the other  side of the wall near by a man stood  up and shouted in an ei|iiallv loud and  soinuwhiit finery voice, "I'm hoein'  laities, ye daft idiot I"  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act ot Piirll_mont, 1856  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MKTUODIST OHU110II ��������� RovolBtolco.  Preaching Horvious at 11 ii.ni. mid 7:30  p.m. Ciiihs meeting al the clnso ot the  morning Kcrvicu. Mihhiith School and Biblo  Class nt '_:;_) p.m. Weokly piayer mooting  evory VVcdni'sniiy evening at 7:30 p.m. The  publio are cordially invited.   So'da free.  REV. J. A. WOOD. I'aator.  CHURCH    O.  KuvoWoko  Paid up Capital  Rest Fuqd   -  Head Office-  $2,000,000  -    1,500,000  - Montreal  The inhabitant- of Clnrksvillr*. Mo.,  celebrated last Sunday by lynching a  couple of negroes.  BOARD OF. DIRECTORS  XV .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H, Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Bamsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  II. Murk hind Molson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Managm  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  v H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of iiidividuals.firms.  bankers and municipal and other  corporations. ,  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  English and American - exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES':  ENULAND-Sl. Potor'a,  Hours of service: Uvuiilng  priiynr dully at 5 o'clock. Fridays lit 7:������U  -iii'daytt, nnd Festivals: Holy Communion ut, (���������  a.m.. morning prayer al, 11. Sunday School  nnd Biblo Class at'_:_... evening prayer ut 7:110.  First Sunday in tho mouth Holy Communion  ut morning services.  FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  P"l~81i~-TER1AN OHUROH-Hovelstolto.  x Sorvieo overy Sunday ut 11 ii.ni. nnd 7::i0  p.in. lilti'o Clius at '_::U p.m., to which  all nro welcome. Prayer mcutliig ac tl p.m,  every Wudnosdny.  REV. V. li. MUIR, Pnntor.  THE MINIM __XCJ__-_J_GE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in town  The bar  White labor only.  is supplied with the host brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  .  Free Bus Meets M Trains.  GUS LOND Proprietor.  IJ OMAN CATHOLIC C1IUR0II- Hovel*  J-*- Btoke. Moss llrst nnd third Sundays tn  month ut 10:30 u.m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 1653  Itogiiliu' mooting* nre held in llio  Udcil'clloivh' Halt on tho socond and  fourth Wednesdays of oach month  ut 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethrou  _��������� It   "   *  T~_~~~~- cordlallv  Dr. T. Joir_, W. M.  W.O. Hlrney, Fin. Soo,  nvlted,  T. ,1. Crahaiiio, Kcc. Sec.  ;  lt. S. Wilson, Treus.  Aylmer, Ont,  Broekville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  l__ete.r, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St.. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisl~urg,r>nt,  Norwich, Ont.  Simcoe, Ontario:  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Bidgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, 0~._~  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Out.  Tci'onto.Tunc'n.Ont  Tcer-ton, Ont.  "Waterloo, Ont  W oodstock, Out  Winnipeg, Alari  Vancouver, B, C.  Revelstoke, B. C;  Court  Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F., N0.3461.  McotB in tho Oddfellows' Hall on tho  2nd and 1th Fridays of  each month. Visiting  brethren invltod to  attend.  .1. B. Scott. C. R.  J. L. Smith, ll. S.  Ellis & Spogan  Insurance. Commi������Bion and Mining  Brokers, Calvary, Alberta.  Agent for thn Queen Firo Insurance  , Co., of Aniericu.  by    W.    MORRIS,  nG-tf  F. JV.eCJIRTY  .Wholesale iind .Retail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  .MUTT0.N J\m SJllDSJ-GE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at . Kevelstoko,  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  rierchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet. B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  ��������� Represented  Rcvelstolco.  Grogan & Co,  ������������������������ General Agents  (Successors to J. D. Sibbald). Insurance  Real Ettato.   Mining.   Loans.  Oiilco: First Street, noxt to W. S. Fea'so &  Co.   CudoMoreiig and Neil.  Victoria, B. C.  , Quebec,  Revelstoke Branch:   J. D. Molson, Manager  -iPERIAL _AJ_.   ;QF G/\NADA  -  Head Office,  Paid Up Capital  fsesorva    -. -   -  Toponto  32,1.00,000  -   1,200,000  Director..;  i H. S. Howland,  President  T._-.Mer-lit,Vice Pies., (St.Catharines)  "William Kamsay, liobeil Jaf-.ay,  Hugh Kyan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner  Eliab Xtogers. -  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branohes .  North West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South Edmonton.  ONTARIO.  V_-<:couvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  Essex  Fergus  Gait  Tngersoll  CHOICEST  r  .   cisjqRS  TOBACCOS  CISJIR.ETTES     -  SOFT DR,IJ-K,S  ICE CRE-ltM SODJ-S  ICE CUE---..  Bicycles   Repaired ond For Hiro  R. JV\.SJV\YraE  mlG-lf  THIRD STREET CKNTRjS.  To**..  Fortune  Seekers  Niagara Falls    St. Thomas  Port Colborne  Toronto  Rat Portage       Welland  Sault St. Marie Woodstock  St, Catharines  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bankr-Etd^TS-Eonibard-Str,���������Lonctonr  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  'Agents in  the United States���������New  Vorl.,   Bank   of  Montreal,   Bank   of  America;      Chicago,   First   National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of  81   and    upwards    received    and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all pointd in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  This Bank Issues Special  Receipts j  which will be accounted fop at nny of  the (Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts in the  Yukon _nk northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager* Revelstoke Brar.vh  if you try "your luck prospecting  in tbo Lardeau District, don't  pass I. M. CITRON'S goneral  storo at Thomson's Landing, when  you can buy the cheapest and  best miners' supplies in tho district.  ml-tf  I. M. CITRON  THOMSON'S LANDING.  Dr. ,/Aalloeb  Physician acd Surgeon, McKenzie  Avenue, Revel.ito_e Station, IJ. C.  FERGUSON  The Centre  of the   Lardeau   Mines  Tiie  Pioneer  Stores  _of Ferguson  and Ten -Mile  Cummins & Co.  G ENEItA L M KRCH A NTS  Dealer in Miners' .Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Kvcrything  to  he found in ft general storo.  Post Olllco in connection.  At our TKN-MILK BRANCH Etoro  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and fall Minors' and Prospectors' Supplies nro  kept on hand  IS. '  PETRETTO  Tfee Roman  Sfeoe .Maker3  Dealer  in    Hoots  and   Shoos,    Mnokonzio  Avenue, two doors south Molson's Bunk.  Harness Repairing done.  Moderate Prices.   Work guaranteed.  If You Want������������������  PURE  COW'S MILK,  Guaranteed  Unadulterated.  i   fi. \7. rtl _"_>_*   _l  \~u������f  ���������um  So to THE EUROPE DJHRY  MRS. F. JULIAN.  <J.K,epnagl2an  Carpenter3  and Builder  Olllco and Workshop:   Opposito Conrt  House, Revelstoke.  I'lans. specifications nnd estimates given on  amplication. The largest slock, of doors, sash,  brackets, turnings, mouldings, base casings,  kiln dried (louring, ceiling, and all inBlde  finish is novv* in stuck nnd will be oirered at  prices never beforo quoted on this c-ido of  Vancouver. Any ono requiring any of the  nbovo materials will be consulting their own  interosts by getting my pi ices beforo ordering  olsowliere. B_2i-tf  Best  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  The   largest hotel   in  town.     .   Centrally    located  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Eates     _>1     per  day ~  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Large light bed "rooms.     Rates  Tnble    t'nrnisheil   with-  the choicest the market  .affords.     Best   Wines  Liquors     and      Cigars  $1.00 a dav.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  KII_]-_-D_-*IED  Doors  SasU .  Turnings  .Mouldings  TRY THE NEW. YARD  Arrowhead Saw & Planing Mills  Revelstoke Agents:   PIPPY & WRIGHT.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  **"*"iii'~~i~n'  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  Saddle    and     Pack  " always for hiie.  Horses  Freighting  specialty.  and   Teaming   a  at 7 o'clock  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's1 Landing "every morning  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  .--   - -  .. CRAIf~._fe HTLLMAN, Thomson's Lan-I-INS..  THE  LAST  CHANCE  To secure one of those desirable lots  CHEAP on the C. efc K. Steam Navigation Company's site.  Dont wait till tho'booiu hits the  town in the spring like a cyclone,  but BUY NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE.  Sole Agents.  Robept  Samson  Wood Dealer  and Drayman  . .  Druying and delivery work a specialty,  -catcs always on band nt shortest notice.  Contracts for jobbing taken.  Agent   for  tbe    Standard   Oil   Company.  John  E. Wood  Jlrefeiteet  and Buildep  Ettlmates, plans and specifications furnished  on application. Shop and repair work  promptly attended to. Wood carving a  specialty.      Work    Ebop   on  front Street.  Tize Revelstoke  Photo Company  Revelstoke. B. C  What Do .You  ft  Want in Shoes ������������������  If you want a good Mines' Shoe come to  D. Jenkins.  If yon want a good Prospectors' Shoe como  to D. Jenkins. '    '  II you want a fine or strong Cork Soled Shoo  come toi. Jenkins.  If you want a Long Leg Root come toD.  Jenkins.      ^  . Shoes and Harness repaired on tbe shortest  notice. All lines of work kept in stock  at prices to salt all.  D. JENKINS  First Street, ono block from  the  Imperial  Bank ot Canada, Revelstoko Station, B.  C.  J. H- Hull  & Dompaqy  j Butchers    and   Wholesale   and  Retail Dealers in Beef, Pork, eto  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  A11 orders in onr line promptly-  filled   FRA NK BARNARD  Brick andlStone Mason  -hinroey building a specialty. Contracts  promptly attended to. Material furnished  when called for.      All   work   guaranteed.  ���������(  ���������1  -*_  s  STUDIO: DOUGLAS STREET.      First Street,  Revelstoke Station.  _M WETASKIWIN NOTES  litis   Week's   Musings   of  tho   Free (torieHl  Lance Mm.  [ Is it liot curious how people will do  In mud) talking for elfeet.   Take the  Jvurage man  n a hotel oflice a  -tvill Hnd hint  shooting otT  liia  Iherely for the sake of creating   --  liression as  to   his   own    individual  mrtne-s.     Two men will go up to a  r and talk in a flashy way to each  ��������� thei-, foi' t!ia sole purpose of convey-  Tng to tlio liartenrter'h mind the idea  iftat they nro very wond-i-fiil fellows.  ill n bartender bus  I.i   do   in  thu  liaiidlingof this class is lo  .pread  his  '     son tlio Iinr, g������-~e in an iidi.iii'iiig  ion ;it the tnlhi'i-s and occiisioniilly  !...   "Tbut's light!"    Then   his   ciis-  oniers having had their vanity prop-  irly  pandered  to will co   i;\X sny nie  ;Al'_ all right." or -Hill's a good old  leatl," when nil Aland Bill have done  ���������as huciu to look appreciative of the  iwfnl stilng of nonsense they an* paid  o listen lo.  Tlie hotel dining room p. rlinps alfrt:  ho grout-, t t_tnpUtlimi t,. neuple w ho  *c int-Iuied to talk for effect.   Ta _e  fo men who arc on  such  Intimate  runt t_tib when alone together thny  e rather reticent! and Ma stranger  imoinan__eat himself at nn adjoin-  fef. table, and at once thu tlrsr two  pill   start  in  chatting  loudly about  Spain and the tleets, crock all manner  if jokes and get off ihe car _--t kind of  Lanark- for the betielitof this stranger  fchoiu  most  likely   they  never saw  fefore and will not see au.un.   And if  k'nice looking strange lady sits down  1 o the tnhle. Oh Lord!   The iiieltiiliuius  '    ~ of'cute conversation mat pours  ....ii theni in ti. never ending stivnm  a just something awful, and the lady,  Uwect thing, says nothing hut  hor Bteak.  The way the con versa I ion rises and  Jails ns  the dining room girl comc~>  uenrer or recedes is also a distressing  tiii'i'.   And the poor deluded brutes  ually think the dining room girl  _ snot catch on to their funny little  brand stand plays.    What a dining  ��������� Doin girl don't catch on to, may hardly  e regarded as worth catching at all,  Te see lhat a thousand more Gali-  is have arrived at Halifax on the  ���������lambing- American    Line     steamer,  Visit*   Small pox developed as the hoat  is starting and seveial families were  t ashore.   The bulk of this hunch  11 be turned loose in S__k_..liewan,  nigh a certain proportion will prob-  Ibly   ha  brought   np   to    Noi them  pberta,  "Hear, hear," is perhaps  lhe most  miliar   interjection   heard    during  li hates in the House of Commons, but  Mw   people know the origin   of   the  ���������irase which will  be   found in "ind  liinuel, XX, 111: -Then rriud a wise  bman out of the city, "Rear, bear!'  [anyone will go to the trouble of  " g this chapter they will under-  why the lady shouted  historian wiil he found who will shatter our uwn-burncter hy stilting that  being a. magnificent __"-  ���������--   only distinguished  amongst, our cunt.  unusual capacity for booze.  Yi  trust thr ne historians.  A meeting nf the Ancient Order of  Interdi.l.'il Topers was held  Hhea-Miiiuelon hall hist Huturdny  evening. There was aliill attendance,  The minutes having heen read and  appro veil, the following business was  transacted; Brother Pelly was culled  up belmi.' the lodge and si'prim an dud  for procuring ti bottle of whiskey  through a friend, lt rather Pelly mil  that it. was to givo a silk home, imt  that did not guclmvn Willi Uu* nifi.l-  itig atiu (.-.taiiily did noi i;i> down the  horse, linit.her I_*.ewauUi was ef*" n������-  marily dismissed from the lodge for  falling from grace. Ln parting with  the lodge Mr. Leewards was visibly air.t__d, and it was generally conceded that although his dismissal  would iiiviin agmai, loesit was n_ces-  sary lotlie diciplino of the organiza.  turn that h. verity should bo shown-  Mr. L, us a farewell wing "Florn McDonald'- Ument" with much patbost  Home went an fat- as to say that it  remintlc.cltl.em ofadogliayingat the  moon, and lonsiderahlo laughing was :  shed uu both sines. P. I. M. Uiime  delivered an Impassioned speech on  the enormity of the liquor traffic and  the usefulness of theso lodges. He  e.iid he would sooner he cut np and  ipiartered into three halves, and have  his head stuck upon Temple Bor or  any other bur, than see a bottle of  whiskey heitigused to eat away ihecoat-  ing of another man's stomach aB long  stomach was around wait-  on gagenlent. It was he  added, a burning question, It was  hot stuff. He was sorry tu see the  downfall of brother Leewards,  would sugg.st the tut its tl tut Inn  William tjuilkie. A ballot was taken  on Jlr. Quilkte'- application and found  favorable, Tho initiation will come  off nest meeting. L. I. M. Partulay  gave a beautiful rendition of Moore*  ballad,���������  OUR  OTTAWA LETTER  Last Week But Ono of the Session���������Two |  Drummond Reports���������The Plebiscite  Evasion and the Franchise Muddle-  Patriots    Rewarded    With   Office.  (Special Corr&tponticnrc.)  Ottawa, June S.���������The Plebiscite  hill went through the -Senate  rush. Thu opinmn was expressed by  several senators tluit the whole scheme  was a sham, a humbug and [an  ion. But they were not disposed to,  interfere with the scheme. Senator  Vldal. who is deed I bed as "The Neai  Dow of Canada" and who for a generation has heen tbe leader of the prohibition li'gi-liUora on Parliament hill,  said that he did not propose to vote  gainst the bill, bun announced Unit  ..ie Tempi'ranee people never asked  for the plebiscite and were in no way  responsible I'm1 It. He understood  perfectly that the plebiscite was merely  an cvuslon of the question on the part  of the question.  THE DHIIMMOND KNi'UIHY.  The Drummond Cnmntlttne la coin-  in British Columbia. It is believed  that four other mem hers have the promise of appointment at the end of tlie  neasion. A lew years ago Mr. Muloej",  now postmaster general, introduced n  bill to forbid the appointment ot  members uf parliament to positio- '���������  the gift of the government. Mr.  loch is now a. minister and in  years has assisted on the appointment  of three ui his fellow members to the  bench, two to the senate and two in  other positions. Helms also donblless  also joined in the promiso of oflit  C. B. jVIaelean  mliei-  { I.irlH.  io minister of marine has got hue  i Washiiiglon where he met Ui  president and the British miiiisler anil  assisted in milking ari'iiigements for i  conference tu seltlo all raises of (lis  ute between Canada and the Lnlte.I  fates. Thn conference is to take  lace at Quebec some lime this t  Mr. Fielding said on Friday that the  u vein men t hoped lo elnso the session  u Thursday uf this week.  INSURANCE  "Drink to mo only with thine eyes  And I will drink the beer,"���������  after which the meeting adjourned,  THE   WAY   IT   IS   DONE.  I We get   some    terrible   doses   of  litics these days.   The latest thing  at has heen sprung on us is the pros-  ctof a war between England and  ance.    Sensational   rumors of this  rt get started by irresponsible para-  aphs faked up iiy journalists whose  ���������agination is dull.   As for England  jd France there is ns marked an in-  ft-iduality as    there   is   about   the  ' --iicters of all strong laces,  and  ...i it������tbore naturally spring- special  itnrea in either case which are not  sily understood   or appreciated by  a members of the other.    As this  ..airy in one snape or anct her reaches  tot to the beginnings of the history  * -th countries as modern nations,  s had plenty of time to evolve a  ilar tradition of its own in which  __ characteristic traits are exagger-  d and caricatured.   In moments of  Bternalional strain or difference, it is  ��������� singularly well balanced minds  jh can entirely   throw   off   the  Iftluence of legends,  lHoity! Taity!   Read thi?, will you?  fyis from Mr. Chalmers, the Hypno-  ie BiH'ornt Tin-: Fkek Usi-k:  I Sir,���������I have no hesitation in inform-  g yon that none other than tin un-  'ncipled cur would treat others as  a have done nie through the medium  ['your contemptible dirty rag.   You;  % aware that I did not endeavour to  J-ceive anv in your town, and that  jbiects whom I tried to hypnotize  _der nnfavrinible circumstances ad-  Itted that tbey did feel my influence  id thnt one of the Eiibjeots was put to  bop. If yon cannot find more interring matter for your readers' better  <r you to take a mile race and hunt  -nr idiotic brain against a stone wall,  cn-n nsBitre you theio woiild be no i  *s, It would only he tht) death of I  lotliPf .Inokftui, Vo.t may publish |  ilu if yon wish,   If you do not aond  ,10 an Hiioln--)- for your unKont omnnty  ���������t I iihall hmid n copy of thli letlm' to  (Now what tlo you think of tUM It  ib  McUhulmora, McOhulmurs, how  ottldyoul  NolonaerlH the ro_n Wetusklwln's  'iivorito llowov.   Wo nre without ft  Btliorno.   He I. gone.   IIo has loft ub.  ^oo-haa 1 That who ������n awful broittj~  Jldoheftred Into ub (rom South l_d>  riiontnnft.owday_ betoi'tilio took lm  lileimrturo. What lietweon Mr, Thorno  l\nd avongalt Mc01mliner_ lt U Uctto  livonder our hair In turnliiR whito.  1 DI.illvwionizoAnp[������lii.   Weremlthnt  Wilextuidoi' tho Giont ho Tar fromwoe))-  Jtg   for   other  worlila to oonquor,  -Ij-.Sb- ItlHiBolf conquurod In-Imlli- and  IJiid to liuitle Uko ii good follow to got  Ibutot thatcountiT.  Alfred tlio Great  fc.id not vl.lt Llm Diuilsli camp uIb-  T lulaed nu a mlnatrpl, nnd. playing a  " rp,   Ho could not play tho harp at  ,   How thOHB historians llml onl all  seo ihiitRs wo don't know, but w������  sh thoy would leavo us alono wit)  v pleaaiint old hollers, oven though  hey are litis.   H Is rather nrovnklng  i ha tnld at thlH Into hour of thoilay  ,t Miiry QuOon of BcuU wiw _ii~~h������b-  eyed and woro a wiH, and that whon  [tlio oxeontlonor lit tun liorhoitdto iliow  b bo thu pooplu, tho Wl������ onmii olt and  -lUnlay.tt tvcloBoui'onpetl akiilleovBryd  with grw Imli'.   ind what boo* iIoob  \t do to ho told that Um\* xvt did nob  whavo with oviifWholniliiK (llKn't-y at  iftt -x-iouMfin, tint' tllil tho iitum-mnt  ���������-'* nay.''Btmof St. Louis, a-CoiKU"  ��������� .������,"    li   tiirm   mil   Mutt   ho  jBoraan^d for lioln, ������l,niaKlwl aiul  f ioil'Bh't liko" a wllrf.eiU. Jusl iw wo  ��������� WOUltl   IlI'VII  dollO llUI'HUlVOB "Imil wo  1'hooii In Ida ahooB. I_nula lost hw lieu*  Vniiiplololy In this -glit. Wo Aro  ' 'val* that souiu uontui'loB hoiiuo a  An Ottawa man wiiting back from  Lake Bennett says: Mujor Steele, is  the right man for here, aud under his  able guidance the police have no trouble iu keeping very good order and  straightening out any troubles. Swift-  -���������ater Bill passed through here about  two woeks ago. His crowd bad in-  jreased on the way in from five wo  and four men to twelve women    fourteen men. William represented  himself as taking tn a lirst-cluss theatrical company, composed of two  fighters, two comedians and 12 lady  artists. During the time Bill stopped  in Bennett tbe police had grave doubts  of his theat.rie .1 company and two  policemen were detailed I o watch his  actions. From observations made at  long and short range the police c  to the conclusion tbat William w  Mormon and was taking in a lot of  Mormon converts to start a Mormon  settlement in or neai- Dawson,  was ashed to show cause why he ���������  defying the good laws of Canada, and  not being able to explain this to tit his  former assertions was giyen until i  to disband his harem among the  -abiding citizens of Bennett, William promised to do this, but during  the following night, the ice being good  and the road fair, William hired a dog  train and clapped on all sail possible  and the last seen of Bill and his angels  was going down the lake at a 3*niinute  clip. It is reported today tbat William was drowned, but it is supposed  to lie a rumor to put tho police off tho  track, lint you cannot get away from  ihe police in this country.���������Daily  World.  REPULSED.  He stood beneath her window, and he  twanged Ms gay guitar;  Oh! it wasa plaintive ditty that he  He referred unto the maiden as his  radiant guiding star,  And tho sash at length was opened  with a bang.  The maiden stuck her head out and1  surveyed the scene below;  Her face was dark with anger iind  her lips curled in a sneer.  Gotoutl"she madly shouted: "tako  your old giiitar and go.  We want no Spnnish monkey husi-  nofla hero,"  posed of four Liberals and thn  serv-uives. They have heard the -time  evidence but have not rencl-cT tha  samo conclusions. (_!.-��������� is-'-aa Lister  submits a report setting forth thnt no  evidence was offered "which affected  in the least degree the honor or integ-  ritv of nny member of the government," The majority says that the  price proposed to be paid in the option  which Mr. Blair nuw has, is less than  the cost of construction, ftDd that tbe  arrangement is so manifestly in tbo  public interest tbat it ought to he put  into effect. Mr. Haggart, Mr. Powell  and Mr. Borden, comprising thu  A Cmsh for   Asssesstiient   Compan  Predicted,  A writer signing himself "Obi  .  l. the  gand  II, D. Ann-Wi- ban boon appoluto-i  ti-av-lllns" I'polttlU liKont uf tlw  Canadian J. aclflu to llTi the vacancy  earned hv the death nt Mr. .loioph h.  ttillwiud, onMuySHh.  Paptir nrblfl-iul tooth aro now mndo  In Germany. TUoy aro aald to bo not  brittle, to retain thoir ooIolvitki to no  lighter than Uhlna tooth, and thoy  do not molt in tho mouth.  ton't'on Siilii'rday, to finch an extent  by hit* hoi-80 folirnp- on him, tht ho wa_  ratnovuil lo tho hoa-~Itailor treatment.  W. .1. Ilarila, of tho Lo Hot mlno  nays thnt th. -p-iti-lllon to tho ������alu ot  this property In atlll nullud, aud how  confident thu propurty win not ho _old  to.tM.-B.___ d, on tho biwla of W per  share.  A riuriihor of oountorl't'lt iK_ Dominion bills have been lu Tin-illation In  Montreal lately and many of llioui  have boon detected at tlio vavIoub  bunks. Tha green coloring of thu  bank hills is nob as dark an In thu  genuine hi 11b, and the nami) Ih'ithm  American Bank Co., Montreiu In In  nligbtly larger letters Hum ou lho  Eenuino hill, mid tho "la" are not uot*  id, -.-  - l'ba.-Nov~ -yort Uail and oxuras  inyti tho l_uri~|ioiiti imvtoija arc (InlhK  bltulr buat In nroinubu an Ai'Blu'Auiim-  oaniiHIanco i>y (.hull- huwltitin nnalii_t  It, "l.ot theni konii on Buyc," tuiyg our  contotn|ii)riu'y, with their ihroawatid  lihiHtur aud tliey will wuku up monm  lino moi'iilng to Hint tliat tho cniiihlnii-  tlnn has hium titlV'.'tud ki'Koly li. eausn  of f.luili' liiHiilont u.miuu- tu unpimttlnii  lo tt," Lut us prav thab Uiuy will  "kiiupou." Tlio liilbftiiU- of olvlltoti'  Linn will be greatly lulviuiciiO.  tho attempt of the company to sell the  road to the late government, the assistance rendered by Mr. Grcenshields  to Mr. Tarte in the matter of tbe pi  chase of the Patrie newspaper, and  the very large profit which has been  made by Mr. Greenshields out of thn  transaction. They compute that -Mi*,  Gi-eenshield., under the bargain which  the seni-te threw out last year, would  have made a net profit of more than  S4lB.0un ont of half his stock, comprising 1.301) shares, which cost him only  S2t.C(K), and that his net profits on  these shares under the option whicih  Mr. Blair now holds, will he $240,000.  The minority members report that  eveia if the road should now be purchased at. the price for which it is  nt-or*?d to the government, thecountry  has iriade $500,000 by the action of tlie \  Senate in defeating the con trace last j  A   SEW   CRISIS,  The Senate has passed the Franchise  hil], but with some amendments. One  of these is the same that was rejected  in the Commons providing for au  jipppnl to county court judges from  the revisors, where no such appeal ts  contained in the the local law. Nova  Scotia, New Brunswick and Manitoba  are the? provinces concerned. Mr.  Mills, who-tries to lead tbe Senate,  opposed this amendment and  questioned the right of "the Senate  to make amendments. But "  fortunately for his contention he  himself proposed some amendments  and accepted others. Some of  these amendments we.re absolutely  necessary,. as the bill would probablv have disfranchised the whole  population of Prince Edward Island,  'ing to thefiiilnre of the government  fit lhe general law to the unique  electoral system nf the province. But  Lhe Miller amendment, in the view of  the minister of justice, strikes at the  principle of provincial control, which  is considered essential. Theblll already  departs from that principle in the  clause preventing the provinces from  disfranchising federal officii--. Mr.  Mills refuses togofai-lher. If the government-holds-tri that- view, and the  senate does not back down; the Tran-  chise bill will not become law and the  plebiscite mav go down with it. But  the Miller amend-rient-is so absolutely  fair that it the .government causes the  two bills to be thrown out on its account, suspicion will be created that  the ministers are glad of an opportunity to stab the plebiscite measure.  '".:    SUPERANNUATION.   V  Mr. Mnloch has got through his hill  abolishing superannuation in tho civil  service, bub he has accepted an amendment providing that the men now in  tho service shall be entitled on retirement tn the ordinary I'.llowunot*,  Those tn ho appointed hereafter ihall  have no ���������������_ h olaim. Five per cent,  will be deduoted from bhe aaliu'ici of  llwufl hrreafteu appointed, tho (rovern-  ment puyttif. tlio whol*) .tut) hack with  four pur cunt, compimnd Interest to  theolllcor when ho retlrei, or lo ma  helm If ho dlea at hla post, Mr, McMullen Look ono of tits old .eonomteftl  llu and moved ta reduce the - me to  threo per cnit, Hit und Rogara, the  Patron, were the only two who voted  for tho motion.  BXPESHIVB JASTIUK,  A hill has heen passed adding a few  judges to the courts an* IncreaaMB  "lit. aMi-pl-B of "Cettiun uouiitr oquh!  udgei and others ?ot tho Judiulary,  I'ho till! InorciiBea tho cost of justice by  $_0,-_-i. Ib 'ii nlao provided that ail  county court Jh*bob nro to ho neb  aside at Lliu uro cf iiivoity-llve,  wl.uthai' thoy dosim It or not, Ab  Amonded tho hill Rlvoi the rotirliiB  judf-- u pension cqnnt to hl_ iiilaiy,  .    TOK PAS8A013 ill* CAMERON.  Cameron, or Huron, formerly one of  tlu- most violent members of tho house,  liiwhcenealm this ae-siou. The only  timo ho broke out was lho day he  'pitched   Into" Mr. Charlton'a pro-  _.         ia   now   apparent.  "Anamaa" Cameron, ut the Impudent  Tory paper- called him In old tlmei,  UiMODf-ii In training for a more ex-,  altt'd nmlLlon. air Wilfrid told lh������  hoii-O last wo������k that��������� the" Iluron i_iem>  ht-r had heen nnDinnlod governor of,  the Novbh We*!, Mr. Cameron had  thi* appolutinenl euncealeil ancuit hla  pi--"ttHi iturlUB-a Bfoatct' part of the  -,<ti.itiii, TliNkept him ftom aliutlnff  anyliuily nntl In* vote was alwavi  available-  Yhi-rvarn mnv foil)1 vi\cai)'  Oltiiiva Citizen  Lilitor Uiiiv-_ii*.���������y_ur I'mf-  tbe tlth inst., referring to the st  of assessment life a-suranco i  t-ions, ns presented to.tho linn It i  commerce committee of the I li .  Commons hy Mr. Fitzgerald;'thi  minion super in tend en r. uf Instil  in both tiinelv aud at the present juncture eminently in the public interests.  When wo consider on tiie one hand  lhe millions of insurance carried hy  these associations in Canniaaml the  implicit faith In their nubility exhibited hy their members, and, on the  other, the failures that ocenr yearly  and the warniugs of their iti-tahihtv  and insecurity tittered by competent  acturaries aud those qualified to judge,  we believe it is the houndtm aud sacred  duty of our government to protect lhe  vested rights of its people aud prevent  them from being deluded by the unreliable or ignorant assertions nf stability and solvency on the part of -u~eiit~-,  membeis and interested iiidividunls.  " is true there is no subject on which  ere is so much ignorance displayed  tbat of life insurance, and that, even  1 shall prove, with men who are  remarkably clever ia law, in finance  and in medicine and theology.  A leading lawyer of thi*" city with a  strong delegation of ancient and venerable members of tha Mutual Reserve j  Life Assessment Association of Ni  York, presented their grievances  the Hon. Mr. Fielding, Minister of  Finance, with ihe sanguine hope of  immediate redress, only a few weeks  ago It will be remembered that this  United Slates concern raised .its- rates  to the--e-'-ing out point on most of its  old Ottawa members, and their indignation took the form of a protest to  the Hon. Mr. Fielding. Surely redress  from such a high financial authority  was devoutlv expected. What, was  the Minister's answer to this simple-  minded delegation ? "(-entlemen, I  carry.myself 830,000 of insurance hi  that same association. I (in, there-  foto, in the same boat as yourselves.'  Now, here '.was the Finance Minister  of Canada, whose name was used as  being enrolled as a heavy certificate  holder in tho Mutual Reserve, a lusty  bait for the unwary to be drawn Into  ihership. confess that as fat' us  he knew that, there was ho redress but  grin and bear the- increased assessments or drop out entirely.. 1 should  refer here, if space permittee), to the  tendency of ecclesiastics, high and  low, many nf whom would not in vest a  dollar themselves-in a fraternal assessment association, yet will advise  and exhort their congregations from  tho pulpits to become members of  them. -This is assuming a grave responsibility. The writer does not.deny  that the assessment associations and  fraternal organiuatlons do much good;  far from it.. What he wishes to in-  culato is this: They arc not secure;  the contrary he is of-the opinion  that all of them are based on very insecure and unscientific principles aud  are doomed to failure, which, when it  comes, and come it will inevitably, will  bring hardships on millions.  There are no two men .In Canada  better qualified,- thei writer holds, lor  giving a just and unbiased opinion on  tha question at issue than the Dominion superintendent of inauranco and  his able assistant Mr. Bliickiidui- llie  Bnvornni _nt nctunvy, ThnlvjuiiRnients  anil dt-ei-Iona shouhl ho followed .tm-  plloltlv, hut, unhappllv, party pohtlP1-  ab ono blnie. anil al antiibur iniunbon-  of parliament who depend on uio.von-a  of one or olher fraternal nwanlxattan  foroo on parliament iilumst at ovory  aotalon, lealalnllbn Inlmlral lu the  icientltto l)asli of alahllily nml  i0-ii-lty, - , -    -���������'  I have before mo tho limb i-oport of.  Uiukupcttutondent ot Insuranou, an*  at pnae 58,1 nuto the fotliiwhiB para-  "-���������"ih which hears out my t'tmiunUon  ... .Jill letter, an* whioh it wore well  that onr lcRlalatnra should woIrIi woll  nml not upon. ,   '   ;    '    ���������.,  Ho lays, roapectlnir lho fnlhironr the  MaBiaclmaatlH Bunoht AHWHxiuont As>  aoolatlon. ',        ,       ,    , '���������������������������  "What has juat taken piai'o In lho  oaaa of this uomiJany. an* is now tak-  Ina nlftoo, exemplilhia tn aHbrlkhiB  manner what may be expcoled hi bho  mm of all similar ttss~i������lnMiMw. rnllny  huuleri nuylnB !*��������������� "hun lho propur  -lroinlU-ii tor temporary liiHiiraticu at'ii  od in bellovo that sucl) witim aro am*  iiy; BiiHloletit bo-nany tliu i!.lloioa  jhrouKhoub llfct they are nt-stired by  bho aKtrnlH an* ollluors of of buoIiiih-  BnulftttoiiB bhab nn Inereiiio will lako  plftc-uuitl voiyini. nn aueh'iv_8u_i~-n-i-s  ftn* pepreBontabluns aro indwoutl to  hcoomo tnotaboi'fli only Ln (lutl when  too late. It bhe oomnany InHinod In  dooi not wholly eollnpse, lhat ,thpy  muit drop Qttb or pay vevy larRcly In*  creued pnlmliiins, itnd itiab ton ab a  tlmfl when, hy reiuton of Inipaired  health, nr irnnn othor, eanis-*. It mny  ba'lmp-iitbio tn bhttiln Inauraiii-u? "  auranco ot-owlnTo,  i'i.   Pinna nnd spool-  :n ulso [irepuri'il lo d_  ���������      Revelstoke  Be Sure and register at the  BJ_UV\0RJIL HOTEL  When T"U reach rRROUSON.  Tho table in provided with thn hest  he market afTmds.     Hales Trom   '"*  lo %& per day.  :.   -   .     ?       - J   W  WOULD    YOU    INVEST  MONEY   PROFITABLY ?  If So Come to Revelstoke the Mining  Centre of North Kootenay   -   -   -   -  OUM^INGH UKOS..   ���������   Proprietors.  IC you wuttt umploj-niBnt, or  1 ink I ns for a litni-9 to runt vrlieti  you ruiiuli Vanoouvur apply to.  The  Vancouver Employment  and House Renting Agency  33),   Uu_~l--~n   fltreot.   Weat.    .  Tfe Vernon Soda  Watep Works . .  M. J   O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Maniifactti'i?. nf Socln Water, aintror  Aio, aaruaprlll-und all 3i>It Drinks.  A tut) dimple kept In "l-.k at Mc-  Cdnrljtr'B  Cold blornBo, whci'o^ orders  JAS,   MoMAHON  Genet a!  Blacksmith  AND WOOD WORKER.  -Vugoiv, heavy and light; liallt to oriltr or  reiinlrud.   HOTSealicilog a upcolalty.  -  Shop on Doughs atrout, Kaet, BsvolstoVc.  S. MuMtthon, ManaE'ir,  Shop on Firot Stroet, lu~t vast rf Union  H-_t..l, llavulsioko Mlaciou.     "im MoMabon,  Mouugor. o--lr  We Have a Good Supply of  of hit) iioxb Aroi-io i-spt'dltliih; wlilvh  willitarl)from B*'lnh\'_SbraHH������Btat'is  thaUll--Xp-dUlim will InU prohiilily  HvonrBlsyeiM-s.-ainltU'i'lari'itthiitll Is  ��������� ���������,������������������_,��������� .... nob ImnnrtHiit lo vauh thn North P.>li>.  inierrient <~f M.t thoufjh ho will try tu ilo It,: Itwm  Building  WI ate rial  -d Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. 0>  It has been predicted by leidinir met) of Canada thnt It.velntoke wilt  hu one of tho li'itiUng ciiie.i nt West Konifniiy. Thai- its unique position  where tiie U, P. It. crimes tin* lieaiitittil Coliiinliia valley, with water tran~-  purtation io the north uud smith unci in (~lu*-e proximity to the richest minett  in Kncitenuy, making iis l(ii::iiion unu-ually favwalile. If yon want to inve~t  your money in mumifac'tr-1ie_, real eatale, or mining property, visit  ItevolMlnkH, the "Gateway tn Uie Kootenay."  Wo aro moving to the front and no obstarle will nr can impede our  wonderful progress. Do not forget tlmt. vmi will never buy real estate tm  .heap a_ you can huy ittotlity, Finure tbe mo-ease of the past and speculate  in Kevelstoke, the "Oateway tn the Koorenay."  The hnnks of the Columhia, on wmen river the town ia situated, have  heen Lho stage upon whioh strange scenes have heen dUnliyed and wild and  ibii'lrur^-ttil-iiLs performed hy the ihnusands who .nu'red this th.trlci diirit~K  the '1)7 -ri'ld Imom In the Dig Uend.  Hevelstolco li probably one nf the oldest tnwns in the Interior, And It  wns nut until lhis title- question w.is aotllcit Hint Ilw vei stoke raally neif-iu lt~  furge alieail, com mere I ally and otherwise. (IrowtD was -hiw until 18117, but  the old timers and newcomers had great conltdenee in the- town and smiled in  Lu in uko It a mining centre worthy of note,  The C. P, It. in con cell tea ting ail its principal wotkshops an the  western division at Kevelstoke. Bevelstnke Is not only a mtuing town, but fi  now and will be increasingly so in the future-a ratlwav point of couitder������hl_  importance in the U, P. R, system nud a distributing centre fur the hii-iti. i*n oi  the rich mining districts included in the _ection popularly known as North  "Xooteiiiiy. Its impoWance In these connections is due tn its unique geographical position. Seated in a beautiful' open valley at the point of intei-aectiuu  of tlie Columbia river and the 0. P. It. malu line, it commands the pause*  "unning north and south, to the famouu gold fields uf the Big Bend ar.d th_  tch mineral leadtH of the Lardean, whit- un the east up.the Illecillewa. t  UKithei' district of great prospect is Iwing opened up. The town is tlie point  of junction of the main line and thn Arrowhead branch of the C^P. It., hy  which access is gained to the South Koolenay by rail aud steamer. Another  lino of steamers will make Revelstoke their starting point for the Biu~ Brad,  for whicli country it is at present the sole outfitting point and base of supplier.  Thus by the mere force or geographical position alone Revelstoke hai forged  to the front until the little mining camp of a few years ago im. become a towu  of considerable iuipnrtituce to the business of tbe province.  The mining industry is still in- ies infancy, hut with Lhe careful expenditure of capital in development work will grow to laige dimension..  Large areas of land in close proximity to the town ai-e covert-d with  timber suitable for lumber, but probably just ,a_ valuable as tire wood, there  being no coal deposits discovered near at hand as yet.. This land wheu cleared  is proving to be exceptionally fine farming ami gardening land, and ihe  demand for produce i& ulways many times I .rger than the supply, train load a  being imported from other points every season. This should be taken into  consideration by intending settlers.  Across the river from Kevelstoke an excellent clay exists for the making of brick in vast quantities, which commands a high price at any time.  The town enjoys many advantages: A fine, healthy climate���������the  death rate heing exceedingly low���������good water.'supplied by a system of water  works, from the mountain side just north of the town,Underlying which Is a  stttbtmn of gravel that ensures a natural drainage. A short distance up the C.  P.U. track, east, to the Illecillewaet river, is a canyon and falls, which inn<~t  he Keen to be fully appreciated. The power from these falls is now being utilized by ahe Kevelstoke Water, Light to Power Co. for runntntr their tine ���������*lee-  trlc lighting plant. They have an unlimited power which later on will lie  useful.for manufacturing purposes and running the proposed street car line.  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  aud Retail  Druggist, Galgary  Mail Ordors Promptly A'tuided To.  HEVELSTOK.E  IRONWORKS..  Blacbsm-thine- Jobhina  PluraWnB,  Pipe FittinK  XinsinithiuE  Sheet Iron Work  .-���������.:  Maohinery KePalred  Minit]g Work a Specialty.,, i  ROBT. GORJ>ON  Rovolstol-0 Btn,  HevelstoKe Hospital  MaLttrnlly Ilonm In oonntwtioti,  Va.oltii) ki>|)t   ni)  iiiuiti,  Dn. McKachnia nnd Jcfl., AKon_������nti  Wood! Vvood!  C-tiai'ftUt-OiVFttU  Oord MtiRsnr o.  Tho luiiUw-luned liai a lavRe auniily  of 'Humluokr Hiiruco; -Flp - tuul Pino  Wood Cor -at., -AnyiMraon riHiuIrlng  wood Will Hlndtv leavti thoir nrdora  whh Mv. >V, K, I_kwran-~e, KuiiQlPtpko  atatlt% tu- .wtlli Hi N. OotiraloP,  -l*i-inlSbroob, Hovels-oko. ',--.'  -VhAt-  ���������FRANK JULIAN,  L JI. FRETZ  Contraotop and Builder.  Bhoii opponlto liniierliU B_nl~.  el-inii) ihe 'titiiiininti-i two eauitot. by -iobliHnni'tHiitlovi������a(!hlhiiNiirbh    iipnonitmeiit of Mi', tlmuuh ho will toy Ui ilo tu: .1.,....  hy tho i -ffllgniitton dt fulfilment to continue mltsiHKlu luyoi-  ilentii, oim by thu api  . tlauionm and one hy l ...���������.._..   I Mr. Melimii, wliovntcn tucal poUUoi|UilAtlonn,  Sara Needham  Clothes Sec  In IIdu. HI. Id at LowMt l'rl-1.  noyoi,Aa8iiiim'i' ��������� nRvmwoiu  Subseribe   fop t_e Daily op Semi-Weekly  Jfepald and Keep Posted on J"o_ fcti Kootenay  OR&N.  Is tlip Sliortest; and  Quickest Line to...  WALLACE,   FARUIKOTOX,  GjUIPIELD,    OAKESDALE,  _ PULLMAN,      LEWIS-ON,  COEUB D'ALENE MISES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLA,  TOBTLAND,    PENDLETON,  SAN FHANOI-CO, MOSCOW,  _   CRIPPLE OHEEK,  ANU  ALL I"DINTS  EAST OK  SOUTH.  T^0NLY. EAST  Via Silt Uko, Deliver,  Oivftha nntl Kansas (Jtty.  St.ntuBhiu Tbkqt- to twd (ratu  Enroi.efti������lotliOPtori"lKficouuiifitMi  Tmln fiii'Uia EMt ami jPanlftnd  depttru ttlB p.m. dfttly, Wftlki*o nnd.  MtntDtiw awcimunautlon tlemitt-Trill  a,ni, tliiily, XhrouRh Bervleg, No1  dujttys o* lay iwm wiywhiw,  Gut thruunh tlt-kutK aiul Eutthtjrlii*  fonnattnn nf 0, It, A N. etty ticket  olllue,   No.   ���������imi.   Itlveintda   ftvenue,  coi'ticr atovon-t St., Si_-knnc Wa_h.  J. Oamphru,,  Genetiil ArqiiW Bpokwie,  W, II, Iliu'lburb, U, P. A��������� PoirUuia.  Spokana Falls and -Northern  -_Ql8on and Ft, Stieppard  Red fountain R^ye.  Tito ornr ___--U mutn.wlihoi-' v)\mm o  jiit _.������iioai KlN   WIW1HD   itowlud   HSR|  DAILY     EXCEPT     SUNDAY.  btt-VR. NomuPOBT AWUVB.  ���������Wfis-r. 5!"������T  1:10 pan...,. ,U__I  ���������_lw.ooniiToUBMMrlel~fln.~rtU- net  tor Kulo nr.- alt Kooio-ny Uko pololi.  Punann fat.noitloRlnrM)_9Q9____T  a-~okm__MUt-.������roui'viih-tiioSS-r.  Canadian  Paqifle  Railway.  AND St O PACIFIC LINE.  Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Yukon -ind Klondike Gold  FtaW-fc  Xo Katttvrn and EumpeAa pointa.  Tn L*a. (Hi- UoaNt. C-hiiin, Jitpau  nnd Auatrmlla,  TOURIST GARB  llun di\lly nud m-u itiodaU of  Qomfort  MftRlliUO-Ht -.������-Ulllff ItUtt dllllDR  onri on All tritiui.  TlaktU Uiuwi tbrouRli uutl  b������l_B*8������ obuokw to dfuttButtcm.  Tiiiri_,niJvo^.ov������t--ok������������lvo 3iW p.m.  Qoitiiwtton with Koot-B������y  poliitu, tl a,111. lMVtt B������T-I-tokc.  &. I'lva 4;iW i),iu,  For  luforiuRtiaii, time  curuii  uiuiiti ftiid tlckou Apply tt>  T. W. UHADSHAW,  Affflut, Hovelu^Ve.  W. 1>\ ANi.Kiuto.Vj TrftVilliUR  PnH-uiiRor Aftanc, Neliou,  H. J, Coyi.b, District PA_UttS������V  Agont, Vt-Dcouvw,  TIME d\K  Sublwt t������o_������nnlflttwlw-let,  -i~Uui~������mI|MUQ ���������ludu*- itmti  ������mAn.T������.i,.B_ni-i������ ������������������I������_i,el__p~~i  iWDTUin  __t_nl~-tiiiWftU,.,^i-0-y.,.,,,LH--ll'l-������-i  O. KMdP, A,      1     lip~il_tf_ HI .Just Arrived^  Hammocks  Chinese  Lanterns  Musical  Instruments  Purses  Footballs  Pipes  Tennis  Flags  Racquets  Baseball Goods  Croquet Sets  Children's  ���������Wagons  Wall Paper,  Etc., Etc.  yjanada Drug &  Book Co., Ltd.,  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  Frora Monday'. Daily.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Savage returned on  Friday from Kamloops.  Mi', and Mrs. F. W. Lniiif. returned  on Friday from ;_ trip to tlio east.  Albert. Stone, of the Oriental hotel,  returned this morning from a trip to  the const.  .Mr. Kellie i.s on a still hunt in the  south. It will still continue until  July Oth.  Mrs. J. h. .Smith and children loft  this morning for London, Ont., to  **p_nri the summer.  About 103 feet of, the flume at the  electric light power house was washi'd  out about four o'clock on Siiiul.iy  morninjj.  , Goo. S. McCarter. banister, of  Golden, who has heen in town for a  few days, left for his home- this  morning. a  Dr. M.ithisnn arrived from K.-im-  hwips this morning and will be found  in his dental office over lhe C.uiiidn  Drug to Book Oo. for two weeks.  Jos. Hiifliell, manager of the Salmon  Arm Co-operative Co.. is iu town anil  iy.is taken over the milk business from  H. Liougheed, who disposed of his  goodwill to the company.  The Revelstoke oppositionists have  nominated Mr. Kellie. whii**e politics  resemble tbe actions of a flea, except  Lhat Mr. Kellie never bites. He is the  champion hopper of the political  arena.���������Colonist.  Owine to unavoidable ciicumst.-inces  ��������� over which Mr. Keiiie ha-, no  control.  . the   annual   road   in .king operations  round  Lardeau City townsite  will   lie  postponed this year certainlv till after  the election, most likely indefinitely.  ' It i.s reported that Hugh Sutherland  of Winnipeg,   will   be   in   Vancouver  shortly and  will   have   something  to  say   lo   Hon.   Joseph    Martin.       Joe  -_______^_'_uld_c:iLhe__lj___st!_tc.k_-wif.b_-:i_s!i(nv���������  slide than meet hi- old   fi iend  Hulli..'.-  * land on the platform.  The slate is made up alre-idy. J. A.  Smith is to be mining i-ecoider nnd  Fred Fniser. the' people'** Fred, gold  commissioner. Woik haul boy--.  There's millions in it.  If you get ine in.-ide the White House.  Your head with ile I'll kinder 'iiint.  By getting vou  in.-ide the light house.  Down to the end of J.-irLun's pint.  On   Mr. Kellie's*  ~_������:mn to town   the  - daily morning open air prayer meeting  of the faithful on the ro.id "by tin* river  , bank will be resumed. Bi'eiJ l oiii-.-it_.i-  and Atkins are very powerful and -nul  stirring at these dcvo-it e.-Cici-i-s. The  trouble is they don't .seem t������ Iiu any  on the iiiattnissing. Loid! answer  prayer! -���������  Mrs. Perry Clarke has be.'-n confined  tn her bed for the p.i.-t, week from an  illness, of which the symptom*..*.' nir.gly  - suggest poisoning by .-.nine canned  -, salmon, of which she partook on Mmi-  V day evening   last.   The   n._ _t  (Hy -Iih  was taken very ill and lier lip- and  nails turned purple and then black.  An antidote to the poison was administered by J'r. Malliu-li. but (lie  patient has suffered .ill wc-k from  iieai-t fjjilure nnd plii-t of tht- time was  d. lii'i"ii5. Happily She has now got  over the worst of it.  F_o_- Ti:^������.]sr*������ Daily H__::.ii.n.  Where is Jlr. Kellie, M.F.P. ? |  II.   Ijiivering'.*-   new   fruit  store,  on !  Second street i-just about  completed  and be.  exiiecls his goods   today  and  will be open lo do business  tomorrow.  The Itevelstoke Co. 15. C. It Hies will  bold regular practice drills every Friday evening at 7:15. The members  of lbe company are requested to he on  lime I'or drill next Friday evening on  the chinch grounds.  Lost, strayed or stolen from the  stunner, between liolisou and Arrowhead, a, well known insurance agent  and notary. Any information as to  bis whereabouts will lie thankfully received by his sorrowing friends.  XV. Frc.ving, Mrs. Frewing and family left yesterday morning I'or Kngland,  their former home, where Ihey will reside again pcriiniui'iilly. A large number of friends of the family wen- ,it the  depot to see them oil' on tlieir journey.  We an* sadly in need of a baseball  ground in this'town and the dilliculty  can be overcome, by laising a:.uli.-crip-  tion at say yl per head. There is  plenty of room for n suitable location  mi the north side of the town and with  hiring a couple of men for a few days  it.could be cleared and got in shape.  This mat ter should be atlended to at.  once as the hoys are n.it of practice,  all for the want ol grounds to play on.  XV. (i. Neilson, the government candidate for the north riding of East  Kootenay. p.i.-sed through last night,  lo the coast on business in connection  with i ho Columbia Lumber companv,  of wliich be is thu manager. Mr. Neilson bas visited every point of his con-  stiluency within I be past two weeks,  and was well received wherever be appeared. The election of Mr. Neilson is  aji assured fact.  A meeting-of the Upper Canada  Bilil'' Society w.is held last evening in  the. I'resbyterian church. The Rev.  Mr. _ leuy-ii's occupied the* chair and the  IJisv. J. S. Thompson delivered an  address on the value of the bible. The  Rev. Mr. Turner, colporteur of the  society, gave some facts and figures in  regard to the work, after which the  following ollicers were elected: President, T. L. Haig; vice-president, 0. F.  Liiidmaik; .secretary, Ilr. W. B. McKechnie; treasurer, Mrs. 'J'. J. Grahame; collectors. Mis. T. L. Il.iig,  Miss Fvans and Miss Lewis.  Nothing, it is said, is so uncei tain as  an election ennti"-l. or a horse race.' In  the past lhe "World h.-us chalked a  slate in reference to provincial and  federal elections. Our predictions  have invariably been fairly ace mate,  ns those of our mulcts who nave perused these column.-* for the last ten  years can attest. Our views as to the.  outcome of the pending contest have  been repeatedly asked, as they have  been on former occasions, a ml we have  to state that our belief is b.-i.-cd upon  the most reliable available information received from all seel ions of ihe  province, that out of the 138 seals I'or  which members are In he elected, lhe  straight government supporter.*, will  curry-22 to 21; the independents I, and  the oppositionists 10. Thai, there.is a.  decided chaiTge in the opinions held  hy many against the government in  ]&)���������_. ami ever since then is a fact  which cannot be controverted. The  people, lealizing the necessity which  now   exists   for   a   progiussive   parly  Gun Is' Furnishings  Boot., and Shoes  Prospectors' Supplies  Camping Outfits  Summer Underwear   ,  Hats and Caps  Shirts, every description  Groceries", all fresh  Flour  Tens and Coffees  Butter and Egjrs ���������  Canned Goods  Vegetables  All these and more, a, fine  stock at xory close prices  Fallis Bros. R--,  Tree Solicitation ami Delivery.  Musical  Instruments  Yon nre requested to look over my  sole (it stock of    VIOLINS, GU1TAKS    MAN 1 "OTjINS    1I0KN"'-'..  MOUTH Ol'.GANS   STItlXGS nnd ACKSSOI! I ES....  All excellent Mock nt low prices.  Tobaccos, Cigars, Soft llofie-hlng Prinks,  Stiitiunery, Novel*', Japanese Curios, lite.  Chas. J". Aman  i______j^ __.  P  r.ytlio curloiul���������the best l.nke of the  Wood-.  Bread.  The licit on the iiinrket, either white  or blown.  Cakes, Confectionery, Groceries  Host values in llevel-toke.  N,  SMITH  PROCLAMATION  II.. S.J  THOS. II. MrlXXXS  CANADA.  PROVINCE OT 1IIUTIS1I COIjUMHIA.  TCTOUIA, by Iho Grace (if God, of lhe United  Kingdom of Circa llritniii nnd Ireland,  Clui:i:._, Defender of the l-'allli, Ac, *tc.,  ���������_(.'.  To Our fnilliful the Members elected lo serve  in the Legislative Assembly of Our Province of Uritish Columbia, nnd to nil  -hoi'n it may concern,���������C.'--t_'i__.  A I'ltOCLAMATIOX.  I___-.A.Xj__~~E- I_-T  Agent for tlie  Blieketisdc-Ter  Typewriter  Gents' Furnishings,  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy Articles, Patent  Medicines, Etc.  POST  0~~PI~~XC~B   STORE,   BEVEIiSTOKB,   ~B. C  S3-  -g~"tp_.  w,  fjT_r������_3  ID a  ir5-  ji���������i  Keillor's   Dundee   Marmalade in  i lb. Jars  and 4 lb. and  7 lb. 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.  H*^  -%-na.  The Hkrald for printing  NOTICE  being in powei  I'or t  :if  ill   order  to maintain  ���������riod  -. ��������������������������� 1 **��������� ���������������������������       ** -.--.   :he province lhe unwonted period  ... prosperity which has List set in,  have nu desire 10 swap horses midst ream, and on Saturday. .Inly Dili, in  this contest, as in all that have taken  place since the World begun its career  in Vancouver, il, will be found that its  predictions have again been verified.���������  Vancouver World.  Business Jottings  ���������Cull nt the Victoria iu U:1I0 for a sandwich.  ���������Gn to I". Tappiui: for your garden plants  and produce. djulO  FOR ONE  DOLLAR.  An accident policy {-nod for one vear, giving  .. JO ill of-.*- of death nnd six dollar* for the  weeks for disability sustained for aoi'idenr.  while rldlnir in any conveyance propelled by  steam, electricity, cable." or horse j������_-ef.  Al*o the same mdemnitv for an accident  Mi*ti'.iueil while cycling "by collision wiiii  vehicle or couvevane.*, or while suffering  from typhotd. tyjihn-, icarlot- f.;\er or small  p.ix. Al*o immediate care, medical or legal  advice, and every attention in i-n.*e of injury,  lo*-* 01 cnn*eioi:*_������--.*, distress or sudde'n  death while travelling in strange placed, for  further parliculsrs apply to  innlo-It-dw  DR. R. HATiilSON  DENTIST  Will b*' ar hi* ollice over the Panada  limit ���������"��������� Hook fn,'* store, lleieKto.'.e .stn.  from June 13th to 27.  ^  ;ire son y to  say.  severe   attack  Guy Burlier, wn  suffering from a  quinzy.  H. L. Lovering h:i������- liou.^ht oul J. T.  Wood row's ice lm*~iii'".������" and orders  should be left at his store on Second  street, east.  The first stock of fish and fruit lias  arrived at Loverincr'-- I'-'day. Dmp in  and look at it in the store on .Second  street, east.  ELLIS & GROGAN  Insurance, Commission and   Mining  Erckers.   Calgarv, Alta.  '.cents for the Qi 11  lire In*i'rnnc_ Co., of  A i.i_rif-i.. i,  I-Cpre'.-inted by XV. Jl.jrri*'. liei','istok".  m%33%  Unoertaking and Ernbalinir*g  R.  Howson  &. Co.,  .V..-.c!*e-7.c Ave.  I Wholcsaie and Rttaii Deal.r in Furnit.i.-*.  I  Messrs*.   Mnnuinp   it   Sawyer   have t  tbeii sish and door f-ir-tory 1.1st, about \  coinpi*_t���������-d and will   stare to iii.iiiufac-  ture about the 'ui _dlt- of the week.  II  R. Tapping h.ts 'the foundation for  his nevv opera house nov.- up and will  proceed to lay the floor as acion as the  :.,...���������-.:.,i ;s nn f |.��������� ,-r-nur.d.  ball.    -_._ ttieie _i-.������ ij.uil(: a  nuinlirr nf j 1  hall  pl-iyeis   in  Rc-vclstoke it should |  make* Hit inl-i-t-sting gi.Jiie. |  '������ _    "^a    U&rV \<U\  Painter and  DGeorator  1:;^, l-upc* Ili"U!ii!'--, Hard Wood j-uii.h-  S, Iloi.-e I'liin'.llii; in  nil   B-iincliun,  Carrlase l'ui_i:z'g. 01_..iiig, _.c.  HAVE HECEIVED SKVKUAL  CAl'.I-OADS 01"  ���������~IA7IIEIIEAS   We have  v v .    tlmut'lit   lit, by  Flour'and Feed,  And are in a position to. quote  PRICES   that are  bound to ssll.  Full Lines of'Hardware  Full Lines of Crockery  Prosoectors I   Miners!  Cnuie rtkI wc wlnit we've jror in ynur  lino. We mate :i sjicemlty of tis i.s trniii*.  und fan fit >ou out. (jiuckly and at rigiit  GIANT POWDER  We have at our ma^a/ir.*1-* nt Rcvul^iofco and  Thomson*-* Lan������1inir. a coinplet..' --tofk of ck-  plo-in-.. pap-and fuse. i'������r -itile at w I.edes-i.e  nnd reiail.  THE GIANT POWDER CO.,  Victoria,  B. C.  G. B. ^fclfAE & GO.  "oie  A-_ent...   nev..l^t<_���������c   Htatio-.!, ar.d Iron  Luke (Jiiy. li. C.  P. M. linmiTS,  Ailorney-i-eneral  and with tlie advice and consent of Our Executive Council of Our I'rovince of Uritish Columbia, to dK.olve the present Legislative j\ssem-  bly of Our mid Province, which stands prorogued until hiiinmone'd for (li.spiiteh of business.  XOW KNOW YE that Wo do, Ior this end,  publish this Our Itnyiil I'rocltimiition, and do  hereby dissolve llie Legislative Assembly  accordingly, and the members thereof arc dis-  chart;ed from further attendance on ..tune.  Is Tksiimonv WiiF.ui-ir We have caused  llieae OiirJ.ettero to be ninde I'ntont,  and the'-Jre.'it Seal'01 Uriti.-i Ooliiiu-  liia 10 be hereunto alli.-ed: Witniiss,  the Honourable "Thos. 11. -IcI-.-1's,  I.ieiuenaiil-Cioveriior of Our said l*rii-  viuce of Uritish- Coliuiibia, in Our  City of Victoria, in Our Mlid Province,  thi-seventh day o'f .Tune, in the year  0 ol'O'ir Lord one   thousand eight hun  dred   nnd   nii'.ety-ei.jlit, and   in   the  *i.\-iy-iir*.t year of Our Hei_.11.  I'.v Uoinmiind. .;  m. 11. Tvnwlin-rr dhaki-:,  ilj} l.'i l'.e_ristrar of the Supreme Court.  Kiiuc.vTiON OrricK,  May l!71h, lb'JS.  lt is hereby notified that the Council of  Public Instruction bus been pleased to create  the tract of land included within the under  nieiitioned boundaries a School Dislrict, nnder  the title of " Trout I.altc School District" :���������_  All that tract of hind in West ICooteiiay District embraced within the circumference of 11  circle whose centre shall be the ceniral point  of the school site in Trout Lake City, and  whose radius shall be 11 distance of three miles  from sueh point. -      ,  S. D. ]~0I"1~,  ilji'2 Superintendent of Jjducation.  NOTICE  M% >t*rs.  *-������������>r     **   r  PROCLAMATION  unAi'Tv/if" r\\  I'll OP. II. McIXXES.  CANADA.    >  -T-iHir-GOLUJi r.i a 1  Clothing  riCTOKIjl, by th" 'Iraci* of God, of the United  Kicidom of Oreat llritnin and Ireland,  (Irr.t.y, Uefcudor of the I'-ith, &'.:, *('.,  Clothinsr  Clothing"  Clothing',  Clothing  Clothing  Clothing  Clothing  <-C.  To .ex 10 -���������' no;  1  Tiff's;: iv.i- -NTS siui.i.  c.jjj-irn.vc.  A   I'KO0I.A?IATIOX.  I T). Jl. Er-rTJ. / \A7 ITEBKAS We nre  j Attfirii'--;-(.e!...-.-aI. 1 v * de .nuts ibiiiI re-  I solved, a*. -Of.n. P.- m".;- b-. to meet. Our j.eople  \oi onr pr.,'i:i".- of I.ri.lsh Coliimbin, and lo  I Iikvb their ii'ldciMn Oir 1.1*3! .Inture, _Yc do  jin.il:-; l-ti'.wi) (111.- Hojil Will n(id Plcisure to  I'-.-J a ii--*-. :.������������������!���������'.-l-.i A*., io>ily of Onr *al,l  j Proiin.'.'; and'l'i fiirth.-r <I"I������re that, by the  I id-. Ice ������,i c':,r L.'-i'it;*.., i.oiincll of Uritish  ; Cdnriiliiii. W.-Iia'.e (!-.;������ day j;!v-en ordcr-i for  j i-Mimii; Our Xx'r'il', in due lorjn, for calling a  i.iy f.,r Our "aid I'ro  ar.- to l^ar date on lhe  l:i*ini:t.t:i(i to be return*  tlil.-tj-itr-st day of Augu������t  I lli-w   Lj'srl-ilrtt!  vlnre, -Aiii'-li  i-e Av*,  Writ*  JUST   ARRIVED  Suits to Crd>*_. $18 and up.  Pants to Orclpr, $5 and up.  ' IR..   S-   WILSOIT  Itr.V-T-TOKK Station. li. c.  '������������������v.-n'l: day of J'Hi.'.  able on or I- for..- th<-  i.cxt.  THE   tt  Bay  - Company  ^__^-^ Kamloops  D-alers in Dry Goods, Grocer.es  and Liquors  can fiiini-*h all iipfcssmy oul-  !i: ���������* .iinl -*-i|)pl:es i'or miners and  nrospe( (iii-i KoinK ovciland t'l  tin- <-(il(!(_cl.~-  vj'j the Caiiboo Road,  I.s- T-,T,"r.s'v 'A in i-Eor Wt have cancel  tli<*<i'inir l.'i("r< to Ni made Pat.--iit,  a-id (lie l-il,::e-. .ii ���������/,' the f-iid I'ro-  Mil...- ;., h.'--,--r. iu.i..iullx."l: WitN'-s'.  t'c Ifuri'.i-.rj'o:.- riio-i. P.. JIclN>K������g  Ijii'iij. 'i.T-t-.',-,-<-r_i.,_- of Our said I'ru  vin'<��������� r.i .'.r.n-h coln.'jbia.ln Our City  -f ViJ-'i.ri _. in oi:r.������!i| I'roiJncp, this  "'.-.'nili d_y of -,,-.:-r-. in the year^f  o-:r j'/T-l one tl_<- --ii:,'I elulit Jmiidr'-.d  and run'_'t..'-'*i'(hi- and In the -"ixt"-  llr-t yr-ir of Our Kclsn.  Hy c-..i*iijiB7.d.  n rri������Tvnv.-if/TT drake,  <lj}-!"i i'mt-.trnr of th'- Supreme Court.  Pf-nviNriAfj si-;(,i:i-;'jAr:v._ okkk:i;  Mt .lune. Wt������,.  -If0 lio.voril ihe I.ioiitni: .nt-'.ovcrnor I1111  !>( ,'ll i,l,,|i*fd It. i'.p|,.,illt  ,1 ni--' I). .-Mill' I,!'. r.s(|i;fiic.  1 ,,j'-("-niit, nt  \.-('nt,  . i���������>_* iu I'l.-n.iii* one 11  u.i- tii-' i:.'vi'i',i(ii.-i*  <l,.iE nl "���������'" '-   Kn'.ieii'iy   l.h'Jloral   Ili'-trlct:  r.evclstohc Hiding.  ELKCTOHAL DISTIUCT 1  OF WEST KOOTEXAY, 5  To Wir:  1'UHLIC XOTICE'is hereby piven to the  electors of the District of V.'c^t Koolenay,  Hevelstoko Hiding, that in obedience to Her  Alajesly'a Writ to me directed, and be'irinj;  date the seventh day of June in the year of Our  Lord, one ihousaiid eight hundred and ninety-  eij-'ht, I reipiire the |ire*ence of the said elector*, nt the Government Oflice. _icvel_t()-L', on  the tv.'cniy-Iiftli day of .lune, at twelve o'clock  noon, for the purpose of electing a person to  represent iheni 111 the l.egi-.stalure of this  Province.  The mode of nomination of Candidates shall  be ns follows:  "The Candidates shall be uomln-led in  writin--, the v.-riilm; shall be subscribed by two  registered voters of the District, as proposer  and seconder, unit by three other registered  voter.-of the snid District ns iivcntlni; to the  nomination mid shall be "delivered to tin*  Returning Oflicer, at nny time between the  date of the Proclamation and one p. iii. of the  .lay of nomination, and in the event of 11 l'oll  -i.ciiii:JM-'c.-'ss.iry_siich ];olI_will_lie_opeiion_thc  ninth day of July at Itevol-toke, N'!ikii*~l>, liur-  ton City, Fire Valley, Halcyon Hot .Springs,  Tlioiii������ou'������ I.iindlug/I'rout Lake City.I'erguson,  Coinanlix, Arrowhead, French Creek, lloyda  Kimch, Carnes Creek, Albert Canyon, Illecillewaet, Glncier and lingers I'i'.ss, of which every  I.erson is hereby rc'iuircl to inks notice ami  govern himself accordingly."      *  Given under my hand and at Kevcl.stoke the  eleventh dny nf June, 1SBS.  JOHN I>. KlIIIiALl),  Heturnlng Oflicer.  dj'J  THOS,  ."((���������lNNl'S.  j Jl.'..-i.|..TO.'- .ind  (."I.KNUJ-,.  j %S-rite for rorlicular...  Z ipt 1 KI  Hi- Honour  I'i.-  1," 11  f-iiitt...Governor has  l-TI l)l< '0.">1 'fi 1 ,,p<  1:11 .'..  d 1], < lure tlie  , _-..-.-.. ��������� *- 1, *, ,   1  VI-.i'  :. UKVI'I-STOKK.  .,1.** iui i .,. ...... .  ii  ���������    ���������     '.������ml|.  V  the K-lwl-i/il...   I  i Lug  of -.Vc-t   Kootenny  ..clonil P.-Uriel.  [L. ?.]  ViCTOKIA. by the (.rncc of God, of the United  Kingdom of Great liritain and Ireland,  r'H~-.M, Iielender of lhe I-'uIth, <tc., .tc,  ..c.  To rilB  liETlllNISO (1. IKTllorTIIB HF.VIlI-TOKK  ilii.i.'.o- nr Tits'. WfeT   K(.or_.--Y Elixt-  OHAI. Dikiiiiit:  -^XTill:I'.V.AS Ills Honour the I.leiitenant-  '.ovcrnor of Iirftlsh Columbia has, by a  Procliiiiiiilioii liJ.-iiriug dale the 7th day of June,  IriOs, be ii (jli-ased lo dissolve the Legislative  As>eiiii.*> of the Mild i'rovince: and whereas it  is- nc." wiry to hold Elections throughout the  .���������aid Votvince to ill) the vacancies cntiscd by  hipIi ill-*.i!i:lion, Wecommand you that, notice  of tin- lime mid jjlncc of Election being duly  given, >ou do cnii'e Election to be iniid", nc-  rordliig io Inv., tit One .Meml."r to serve in the  L.-glflntUe j\ s*i ml.ly of the I'rovince of llritisli  Columbia for Hi'- ,i:_vi I.tokc riding ol West  Kc.oicn-y Kl.'ciornl Dl.trlct, and th_t yon do  eun .-lh" iii.rninn'loii of Candidates at sueh  Lh'f'tioii to be 1,'ld on the '-"Ih day of June,  ls'it, nnd do fan'., the ii'uiic of such .Member,  --'���������ii 10 i-lecl"!. ���������..hether he be pre-entor  al,s���������iit, to be M-rtl'i.'-l (', our S'ljin-iiu. Court,  at th" City of Vl'ti.ria, on or before the fiist  day of j\ugust ii"xl( the Election sn made,  dlstiiw tiy mnl opi-nly under Our Seal duly in-  dor*c,i upon this Our Writ.  Is' TcsTt'io'.-Y WkkiiK'-if. We have caused  llu-'.c Our Lettcr-i to he ninde Patent  un.Iei tlcGri-nt Seal of Our snid Pro-  line of iirili .1 Columbia: ni-.r**,  the. ir-ui".iirablo Thomas P.. McInnks,  at (iiirGiiicriui'cnt IIcii������o.ut V.vtorln,  till��������� ..,.i:i'.h dny nf June, in the year  ..r Our Lnrd one thousand eight hundred nnd ninety-eight.  i,> <J<mil...will.  li   II. TVP-WIIITT DKAKE,  djy IJ r.cKi-tnu- of the Supreme Court.  ITon Can Save Money  By buying MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING  Eit Bourne Bros, this week.  \~yi~ have just opened up five new cases of now Spring Suits Hint fit  like :i glove and are made from the most handsome patterns that  could be procured in Eastern markets. The following is a list 01 our prices for this  week:*  Kor ?7.J0 you cnn buy a Suit made of good Tweed and nice lilting,  l-'or "8..~ll wc show a Cheviot Suit worth fill.  I'or ?lll.jO we show n rniige of Suits tliat will surpiise you, worth fin nnd 511.  Tor .12..VI and ?1.~ wesliow you line Worsted Irish Serges and Scotch Tweed Suits,  ' lit and linli.li equal to tailor-made Suits at .'JO to Ji".  SPRING  HATS    [    "  Wo are showing tliis woet the contents of seven cases of Jfen's Felt Hats, comprising the best English and American styles in Stiffs, Soft Felts, Fedoras, etc..  We al*o show an entirely new and complete range of Men's and Uojs^Caiis.  '-    JUST  PLACED  INTO STOCK  The largest assortment of Mc_"s Soft Neglige Sliirts'and Slimmer Underwear ever  seen in Itevelstoke���������light and dark colors. , .  Shirts varying from 83c. to ?1 30; Underwear, 03c. to $2.."i0.  TALKING  ABOUT SHOES  You .should got posted on the latest styles nnd  prices" by 1111 occasional visit to  our store.    This -month, ns our new season's Shoes arc coming to hand daily, we  are now showing some artistic designs in button, laced or Oxfords.   Come und sec.  .������(=���������.-,������.���������, BOUI-IsrB- BROS.' ���������  mmm&  BrW  ware-  re  l\e arc 1:1 n position to furnish everything iu our own line, we have one Irailc and thnt  is the lliu-ilwnre hu-incss. Our ������ hole time is taking up in keeping our stock up 10 " (Ie  limit." Wchai-e not lite lime to run around time nnd solicit trade; our slock, prices  and irenliiieiil of pniroiis bring us llie business ult hunt solicitation. Whnt _ Ihe matter  -illi inking a look 111 our oil Mores? Whr roast vour wife to (lenth over a ooiik.-.tor-'  when lor fl._!3 you can have the comforts of a hot incnl nnd keep vour house cool ? Wire  screen doors nml windows are not considered luxuries when'vou can buv Iheni so  cheaply 110111 us. * *  W. M. LAWRENCE,    " Hardware."  Revelstoke Riding, West Kootenay ElectorakDistrict  Gl-NTl__~ll'.. : '  In coming Torwurd atllu* un.-inimoiiH  lU'sirc. of Ihu -upimi'lur:. 11.'llu* i_rov������rii-  muiit in this rilling to solicit your  sitll'r.-igcs ns n CiindUl.-ito in tin; coming  provinci.il elections, I wish'"to phicc  iK-loru you in str.-ti^htl'orwurd tcrins  the lines ,-ilong which I intcud to  direct my cuuiw.iE elected to represent  you iu tho J-ii'Kisliiluru. I mu to begin  with jiii advocacy ol* lhe ufeneriil policy  of the Turner Kovcrnuieut, a.s 1 consider that their policy is practical and  progressive and directed towards tlie  ticsi interests of the coimlry. The  development of the ma^iiiliceiit resources of this province must lie the  chief aim of the government of the  piovince, and it is tlie chief plank in  my platform. As Kootenay i.s the  wealthiest and most produitive district in this province, it is to my mind  HU-iNHs.s for the government to push  forward its development in every  possible way. The money expended  will be returned over and over again,  and in nailing the motto of KoOTi-NAY  I--IHST to my political masthead. I  do so not merely from a narrow local  patriotism, bub as considering from  very blondest point of view possible of  the welfaiu of Ilm whole of British  Columbia, that tlu; development of  Kootenay is the very best policy from  a business and practical point of view  that any government can entertain.  This object I shall, if elected, pursue  in season and out of season, and any  measure which I consider, nfter gathering the opinion of my constituents,  to be of advantage and benelit to  ivootcu.iy in general and this riding in  patticiilar, will receive tuy heartiest  support no matter from whnt quarter  or which side of the house it emanates.  , The interests of the riding are al-  :1111st exclusively mining,     'lhe  back  bone of the mining industry is the"class  .who do the. work, the prospectors and  mineis. J11 considering mining legislation of any kind, it is to thcih that I  shall turn for advice. If legislation  injtucs them it must he di'triiucntal to  the best interests of the district., and"  will find mu against it. If it is satisfactory only lo.them it will bo satisfactory to uie and receive my support.  There, are other classes of working-  men in this constituency, chic'lly-  railway men and those engaged in the*.,  lumbering industry. These men,  whether organi/.cd ' in unions or employed in occupations which have not  so far enjoyed the benelits of the-  trades union movement, will lind nie  their friend and the consistent supporter of legislation aiming to improve-  their prospects and condition in this  province. ������  I do nol. see that, there is any need  furl her to define my platform here. I  am before you, as I'have already said���������  ns a supporter of the genernl principles  nnd policy of the govern merit. I hope-  to have the opportunity to discuss the  details of that policy heloi-e you on a.  public plat form, and also to" make a  personal canvass at all points in the  riding which it is possible to reach ilk  (he time at my disposal, nt no distant  date, which will give ine opportunities,  to explain my position more at length  than is possible in an address of thisJ.  nature.  I would respectfully ask you. therefore, not to make any pledge until you  have heard both sides of the question,  and in order to afford the best possible opgortnnity for you to do so, I  hereby invite my opponent to meet  uie at all meetings which will hereafter be an .mge'd for ine to address.  Your ObedientSurvant,  W. WHITE.  JAMES GILL  &  GO.  Our announcements will appear  in a few days more. Our store on  McKenzie Avenue is being rushed  to completion.     Our goods are on  the way and some already here.  1,  Watch for our Advts.


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