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 p,  l> -<  / \ /T"t-^- ^c- ���������^<* &"  J.  >&  -ISSUED   0TVVrIOE-^-"VV-EEK: ���������*V7-ElI_)lsrElSIDJ_.-_rS   J^liTJD   SA.TTJI?,X)^.-Y"S���������  Vol. II.    No. BB,  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY SO, 1898.  $2,00 a Year ih A'dvahce.  -2J~5~*  Hudson's Bay |  Company   |  [IxtonroHATEn lt".70 w  . ���������_. __. _,{  in Western Canada. &  OfTheGreit.  w___s_8__  L  Intending Prospectors should write us B  for one of our new Folders, whicli v  contains an excellent Map and an fif  estimate of the probable cost of a ^  complete outfit for the Gold Field*. -*.  |  Hudson's Bay Stores,     ft.  Calgary. 6  CAi-iAliv, Fot)? 1, 1S08. f������  ^s*_ssgg������Kgf~sgssgsgS5~~gy~~a:  Haig  & Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for-,' -  Revelstoke,  V^ Townsite  '    :-     MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE & SCOTT,  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries'.Public, &c.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.   .  "     ���������    Front St., Revelstoke, B.C.  W. White, Q.C. J. M.Scott, _.A.,L..._.  JAMES MURPHY; B.A.,"  *-"-"-"��������� Barrister,"- Solicitor," Etc.  ���������  Office:   Cov.an Hlock.   I'.O. liox 108.  "     Third St.,,Revelstoke. B.C.  HAVE RECEIVED SEVERAL.  CARI.OADSiOF  Staple Groceries,  Flour and Feed,  jlnd arc in a position to quote  PRICES   that are  bound to sell.  Full Lines of Hardware  Full Lines of Crockery  Prospectors!   Miners!  Come anil sec what we've got iu your  line. We malic a specialty of this trade,  andean lit you out quickly and at right  prices.  ������g~���������Agents for '.,-.   HARVEY & M .-CARTER,  ''"- Barristers,   Solicitois,    Etc.  -Oflircs:   Molsons Hunk Block.  Third Street. Revelstoke Station,   B. C  ������s3������  S/9-  %  Jw  <������������������ Bring  -Your  Prescriptions  To  Sick people i-an't ariord  to take nnvclianre- when  having precriptions tilled  Wc take particular pride  in krupinconrstock pure  and in giving extra e-arc to *  tlie t'ompoiin .in-; of prescriptions. There's nitlh-  ing Ian (.-about our prices  ���������a fair jirollt is ail wc  l. ant.  Chas. E. Reid & Co.  _  -eJs  &&==  NOT THE   Only i having Parlor  , in llevelstoke.' but the best.  Hair Cutting, Shaving and  Shampooing,  with   all   latest  . accessories. Kokcn's Celebrated Hydraulic Chair. Parlor  ei  In The Hotel Revelstoke  and the very best service is at  your disposal for  25 Cents All Round  XV. BltEXXAN", Tonsorial Artist.  Send a Copy of the ���������  Revelstoke Directory to Your Friends  It gives the information you arc asked for  day after day.   All about Revelstoke: its  immense resources, location, inhabitants,  \ business houses, commerce, etc.    It is ac-  l coinpanicel  bv  a beautiful   lithographed  \rnap of the tbwasitc.    Mailed to any address for 50 cents.   Published annually by  R. P. PETTIPIECE, Kevklstokk, B. C.  I Notice.  All persons having claims against Mr. A. G.  51. Spragge, barrister, late of lli'vcl-tokc. arc  requested to tend particulars of their claims  to the undersigned in care of Molsons Bank,  Itevelstoke Station, It. C.  GEO. S. Mi CARTER,  "ul3 tf Solicitor for Jl rn. Sprnggc.  MISS  SORLEY-  Pupil of Mr. Wm. II. Sherwood, of New-  York and Chicago, and Mr. Ernest Whyli-  of Ottawa, will receive pupils for instruction in pianoforte plavlng and singing.  Ojr-Stiidio at tin- residence of Mr. T. J.  Graham, McKensic Ave. 51  We hr.vo.nl our magazines nt Itevelstoke and  Thomson's Landing, a complete Mock of explosives, caps und fuse, for sale nt w holesale  and retail.  THE GIANT POWDER CO., '   .  ., - Victoria, B. C.  6999  On Monday, August ist  this store will begin a, week  _ -     *  of carpet selling that will be  unparalleled in the  history  of this store.  No. i  Offer  250, yards  tapestry carpet,  ,the  best  make, the newest  designs  and    latest   colors,  goods  that  are   considered  good  values  by   experts at  75 ' cents  a yard.    Our cut  ''��������� price for tlie  week only 50  -.cents per yard.  / _  C. B. Hume & Co.,  Sole   Agent*,   Kevelstoke  Ftniion, and Trout  Lake City, I!. U.  G:?B. Hhme  "& A-J0J  House Fumishings  Just received direct frcm Scotland.  If you ��������� ill come and look at our   BRUSSELS     _, .  -   :::..::���������i^fc::":. Carpets   MAORI       JAPANESE RUGS AND SQUARES '  WOOL SQUARES'  ri.ooi: rugs  COCOAKUT MATS  You will bo pleased.   And don't lorget that wc  havea u  Full Range of Linoleums  Also LACE CURTAINS, ART MUSLINS,  TOWELS and TOWELLING, BLEACHED  and UNBLEACHED TABLE LINEN,  Etc., Etc.  Dry Goods  A fine assortment.  Bcotsand Shoes  Biggest and best assortment in the town  And remember to ask to sec our lines ot  Straw and Felt Hats  We will soil ������.t rock bottom prices, and will  try to please jou.  Revelstoke Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City, B.C.  C. B. Hume & Go.  No. 2 Offer.  300 yards', of 'fine tapestry  all of. recent importation,  -, the choicest and richest de-  signs; these nre carpets that  ' are pood value at SI a yard.  This store's rut price for the  week only 65 cents a" yard".  Moor Oil Cloths  5 pieces  floor oil cloths, all  new. patterns and good value  at 60 cents a yard. This  store's cut prices " for this  week only 35 cents a yard.  Oriental Rugs  50 Oriental rugs, all new  choice colors and in all sizes,  special discount 20 per cent,  off all qualities.  Remnant Offer  All remnonts of brussels,  tapestry, wool and Union  carpets at half marked price  for this week only.  Read This Quickly  It is too hot to elaborate,  but here are some cold facts  that you will find" vei"3~  refreshing to yourself and  your pocket book.  REVELSTOKE'SJMPORTANCE  As a   Distributing; _ Point for the Entire  Kootenay.  Tho Colonist of Thursday in nn  excellent ,"iit,iele~ em '��������� British (Jeil-  uinbia Mining," litis the following  to say t)f Itevelstoke', Ano wheud,  Halcyon Hot Springs nntl the O.lMt.  stcnuibout service:  If one wishes to vouch llie Tr.iil  dist rict, of the West Kooten.ays, t heiu  exists nl present lull one direct route  through Ciin.ailiun territory, namely,  vi.i the O.P.R. to Revelstoko. on the  inaiu line, nnil thence by.the lake  steameis of the sniel company to ltob-  son, it point on the extreme, south of  Lower Arrow Luke.  There nre few among the general  run of travellers who" woulil ntlnch  much importiiiice to Rcvclstoko were  the-y to form un opinion from ;i meie  view of the place bused on u Million  platform inspection. . It would be  deemed 11 mere mushroom town fos-  terecl by the great rnilrotid which  pusses through it. Nevertheless Itevelstoke hus .an import mice o.f growing  dimensions, for situated tidvniilage-  ously on the Colnmlii.a i iver it is the  outlet on lhe British Columbia side of  the great Kootenay mineral divisions  anel is the disti-iliuling point for supplies for all the mining camps on lhc  Columbia river and .its tributaries  stretching away north to the Rocky  mountains. The town is growing  rapidly in size,, vigorous'buildiiig operations are in progress and the popular  opinion is (hat il will be yet, a place of  some tiiacnittido. Ibis'of course very  si-altered, lint still-evidences tire not  wanting that the prognostications  concerning it may be correil. The  branch.line- train to Arrowhead, "at  the head of the Arrow Lakes, leaves  immediately after the departure of  the through train east. :"Thc distance  lo Arrowhead, 28 miles"' is accomplished in one and one Kail" hours, the  rail following the Columbia river the  whole, way, until it merges in the  lake, waters at the point of dustin.-itioi .  Arrowhead i.s picturesquely situated  at the foot of the high- ranges which  terminate in a' hold promontory, Iml  beyond being tho shipping port of the  lake trade ir, does not possess muili  further interest.* ��������� Embarking elirectly  on one of the C.P.It. steamers von are  soon under full steam hound" southward to the famous Kootenav camp*!.  Incidentally it is only fair 'to ��������� make  some allusion to tlie splendid steamer  M-rvice which U'.e C.P.It. company has  inaugurated on' llicse Jnlivnd waters.  The sf earners Ttossluiid'.anel KooteiiKV  which ply'.in this tr.ielo are unquestionably a credit to their owners, who  deserve every e-omsi.entlat.ion in so  thriroiighly Studying the comfort of  travellers and a source of pleasurable  surprise to travellers theius.'lves. Of  the stern wheel type, carrying the  stiitcronms'and saloons on the upper  deck. nU'of whiih are) artistically decorated nnd furnished, and these boats  aie possesseel of gre.it speed nnd can  du Iheir twenty "miles per hour, although the ordinary'late of 14 knots  is ample fur all requirement!.. The  service on board, in keeping wilh-the  oilier depart merits of the C. 1". It.,  leaves nothing to he desired,'"the catering is admirable and in short everything; is strictly first-class and np-to"-  date. "The trip down ,the lakes made  in the daytime, the everlasting nature  o_-tlio*l.afids.iipe,^oii^ei_h_T'-_side--pro-  dutes continually some fresh point.of  attention. Then a tho. bout' makes  numerous stoppages at the various  railway termini from the interior mid  camps on the lake shores, anel this  further servos to interest the passenger. The lirst port, of call is Halcyon,  on the. wesl.shote, three-quarters of an  hour's steam from Arrowlicail, This  is chiefly., noted for ils' hot springs,  which enjoy certain curative, properties for rheumatism and other affections, which are highly spoken of., A  large sanitarium - has beeij erected  here with lmmcious outbuildings for  occupation hy guests, anil already it  has received a large patronage. ������������������-.  A BUSINESS POLICY   .  Big   Reductions   in   Telegraph   Rates.  Havinglargi-ly increased its facilities,  the management of the Canadian  Pacific telegraphs has decided to make  important reductions in the rate's Tor  nie&.~~<-~~_s between the Coast cities and  points in Koeilenay. Commencing on  August. 1st, the rate for a ten worel  telegram between the Coast and  Kootenay will lm reduced fioni 00c. tn  00c. and the night rale from (Wc. to  ���������10c. Oorrc-poiieling reductions will  also he made from Koolenay to eastern points.  The public will greatly appreciate  these important, reductions, while  their effect on business cannot fail to  lie most valuable. Owing lo the physical characteristics ' of such a large  portion of British Columbia, the time  occupied in the transmission of letters  mu*-"l, under the most efficient mail  service, be much gn-alcr than "in  countries liko .Manitoba or Ontario.  Uniler these circumstance's business  men will naturally avail themselves of  telegi.aphic facilities lo a much greater  extent than woulel be the case under  other conditions and every reduction  in telegraphic rates will stimulate  very much the use of sueh means of  -ommuiiieation. Every reduction  which the Canadian Pacific Telegraph  Department can make will unquestionably add largely to its business  and increase its popularity. The  business between tin; Coast and  Kootenay is steadily growing anel  every reduction in the lutes en- improvement in the service will prove of  great advantage le> the- commercial  community of V.ince.iivi'r.���������News-  Adverti'-ei".  ACTIVITY IHTHE LARDEAU  The Outlook  of   Mining   Properties 'is  First-Class  The properties of this sec-lion tire  creating considerable e-nin input in  outside circles anel already several big  companies have Iheir experts looking  over the grcumd. This year, owing tn  increased-lrti'le f.icililii's, a great de.al  more improvement work is being done  than forineily tuul this fat t i.s till the  more satisfactory when the nuinber of  monied men who are inquiiing about  the.,district is noted. The day has  passed when a fancy figure can be  obtaincel for a good surface showing,  and now the investor requires that the  inospi'ctor shoulder part of the risk  himself, at least demonstrating that  the ore either rims the same or improves at. a depth. It is a good healthy  condition iu any-uiining community  and will result in their being fewer  bonds thrown up, less disgusted buyers, tind the prospector will be money  in pocket for, he will cease to waste  time on very uncertain prospects  which tit certain stages are styled  "wildcats." This season";" so far. has  seen a dearth of the Jim Crow capitalist, and the chances nre that the  percentage of properties tied up for a  period of mouths and left in lie idle,  will bo reduced to a minimum. And  although lhis i year has been very  much quieter than last, it can be said,  nevertheless, as regards real progress  in mining development, that it is, far  ahead of the previous summer. ]t is" a  pretty-hard question to settle as to  what was the cause of lhe present  quiet year here as "regards the. influx  of capital, but there cm be no doubt  thai the over-boomed Klondike and  the Spanish-American war has caused  moneyed men to remain very conservative in their investments. But be  thai its it may' we. can credit with  considerable advancement the outlook'  of mining pionerties. and whatever  the balance of the season has in store  for us we can rest assured that, we will  he in first-class shape for the season of  ���������09.���������Topic.  -.   TREASURE TROVE  Klondikers" ^Cross "by tlie  Dalton-Trail  Bringing Fortunes With .Them  Si3.-TTf-.i3, July 2D.���������The Lynn canal  steamers Utopia and Farnllon brought  fourteen Klondikers to Seattle -Saturday night.-~~itl"troasnre. in dust, and'  diafts . amoiuitini ��������� to-considerably  over*' $100,01)0. -Three men , on the  F.-irallon were of the party that'came  up the river on small steamers. They  tiring no late news. - ' ~  Six of the seven Klondikers who  came down on lhe. Utopia boareleel lhe  steanierfroin a small boat of-Haines  Mission..." They hatl just completed  the trip from Rink rapids over the  Dalton trail, and left Dawson on the  last twei elays of June. They came up  the river in a small steamer* to the  Rink rapids and- then M.-uted over  land. The trip was niaile without  trouble from the Indians eir gold  pirates. One of the men, whose entire  treaeure was in golel duM. had about  $25,000, The holdings of lhe other  men brought the total amount on the  Utonia'up to $205,000.  . Those on the Utopia have some great  stories.lt)-. tell.'__.Tlie���������eIay_J.K_.fo_re_they.  left Dawson Ihitteen employees of  Alexander McDonald, the Klondike  king, tramped into Dawson from one  of liis Bonanza creek claims each wilh  a 30-pound sack of eluston his shoulder:  All the available camping places at,  Dawson have been taken up and the  new-comers are camping on the uiiiish  lands, suriounding the city. Tliis land  was covered by recent floods and iu  thesununei' is very unhealthy. The  water supply is terribly insufficient  for the growing population anil then-  is almost no drainage at all. Many of  the new-comers had pitched tlieir  tents on the street, hut late in June  were compelled to move.  A big shipment .of Canadian mail  left Dawson for the outside on the  sLeaiiii.1" Victoria. It will'be turned  over tei the eletail of Mounted Police  who will convey it to Haines jMission,  across the Dalton trail. I't'om there  it will be sent In .Victoria for Until  distribution.  The leaders of the " Soapy '"Smith  gang have been bound over .under  heavy bniitls on various charges-. The  Fai-ailon took n, big batch of prisoners  including ex-Deputy Marshal Taylor  to Skagway. Stewart's sack of geild  was reco ve. ed and he returned with it  on the Utopia.  ALBERT CANYON NOTES  Building a Schoolhousc��������� The Strike at  the Waverly���������Other Notes  At.bkut Canyon", July 23.-The  citizens of Albert Canyon have' undertaken the erection of a schoolhouse  hero. The lumber i.s already on lh':  ground. The building will also be  used for a church and public hall.  A report has reacheel here from the  Waverley mine to the effect, that  seven Teet of ore li.is been struck on  that piopeity.  W. White has nearly completed his  cottage here.  Fred Parade has commenced the  erection of a cottage; when finished it  will ho a neat looking structure. A  number of olher buildings are being  erect.eel.  The Waverley machinery is being  hauled to the mine as rapidly as  possible. _      !i  TVlcssi-s. Gillespie. Lane anil Price  have just, completed two and one-half  miles of fail into the West liranch-i  SCORES ARE BUSTED  The   Lucky   Ones    Bringing  Back the  Other Fallow's Money.  William Kirkup has just returned  to lown from a trit) lo Health' and the  Cassiar country, lie exhibited a splendid nugget-weighing about 11 ounces  bioughl, out, Iiy him from the Omiuecn  river. He says: '��������� You cannot helic-ve  what you see in Hie- papeis about the  Klondike gold, as 1 know for a f.icl  that the party mentioned in the  .Seattle Post Intelligencer as bringing  out $300,000 from the Klondike, only  brought out .$20,000 after three years'  residence there." He does say."however, that he saw two millions in dust  and nuggets in one pile at Seattle.  Air. Kirkup says things were humming  an Glenora up to the lime Messrs.  Mann & McKenzie were notified to  discontinue work on the road, hut  since that time everything fell-flat,  an.l Clcnora a nionlh ago with a population of 2500 is now rated tit, less than  100. Mr. Kirkup met Lige McDonald,  K. L. Kinman and a number of the  Koolenay boys, they having only  leaihi'd that point so" f.n. The trip is  a hard and expensive' one and scores  are busted. Mr. .Kirkup left lhis  morning [or Montreal.  I  MANILA  SURRENDERED  Admiral Dewey is now in  Possession  of  That City.  " Nr.w YoilK, July :~0.���������A special to  the New Yoik World, of the 2Sth, from  Madrid says the; government, has leceived a despatch from Manila that the  "city has . surrendered . to - Admiral  Dewey. '  Revelstoke's Le Roi.     ' ���������  . The Ciirues Creek Consolidated Gold  Mines Co.-intcnel to crown grant theii-  Rosebeiry group nt Carnes Creek this  year. F. J. O'Reilly, Ii. L.'S.', is now  on the ground making llie necessary  surveys. This property is .'coming to  the front rapidly and" we think the  people of Revelstoke are, justified in  expecting groat things fiourit. The  ore .still continues to improve'in value  the latest returns being "5114 iii-gold  per Ion.     -  The Wagner Group   -^  C. T. Poller, manager of lhe* Wag-  nergroup of mineral claims biT' the  Duncan slope, wasa visitor to-Rcvel-  stoke on Thursday. . Jlr. Porter left  on Fi ielay feir. Ferguson on route to  fo the Wagner to have the elninis surveyed and put on "men to do furl hev  development work on the claims. Mr.  Porter hiis great faith in the L-irdeau  co'unliy, and will, peisonally, bu the  means of advertising and bringinor in  capitalists from the'other, sidejof the  line to invest in that c.imp.  PEACE NEGOTIATIONS  No Money Indemnity Astcd For.���������The  Spanish Must Settle."'  Spe-'oiiil to the II>:ram>.  -Vashi:cc5ton, July IjPO-^jJit.-i cabinet '  meeting today jt was decided that the  ati.wer to the Spanish government Iks  absolute surrender of Porto Rico U>  the State's, recognition of the indc-  pcnilence. of Cuba, cession of one of,  lhe Ijidrone; Islands tei the states as  a coaling station. The question still  undecided is what disposition will he  made of the Philippines as the whole,  cabinet are opposeel to '.holding those  islands.   No money indemnity asked.  Poisto Ponce, via St. Thomas. July  20, 10:30 a.m.���������On the' 2G.li.tfie. garrison had jt spit ited engagement with "  our .skirmish line. Our casualties are.  four wounded all doing well, ��������� The.  Spanish lost three killed and thirteen  wouneled. Yanco was occupied yes-  terd.-iy by General Henry's division.-  Last evening Commander Davidson of  the Vixen moved it,to this poit anel  was followe-el .by Captain Higginson  with his fleet early this .morning and.  Generals Wilson and Ernest's.- forces,  rapidly disembarking, The/Spanish  are retreating from the southern part"  of Porto Rico.   (Signed) Miles."      y  -.,' j .  * ,*--  Telegraphic'Briefs .-  -,- * '~ \- , . lr  ��������� The. crop-* were damaged by hail '  north of McGiegbr, -Man.-. L        ���������   - -  _  Geneial Miles capt"ir,ed Ponce,"Porto *  Rico, without re^jstance;. - -  The meetiii!; of .tin: Quebec eionfer-  ence is tixeel feir August 23rd.   .       --  Tlie "Irish ��������� Local - Government bills  have passed the House of Lords. "'." *  Spain* will   not coiisef_~-,to.������oticede  Porto Rico to the .United States.  " Judg" Dugas_ of Montreal.'.has" been '.  appointed to tliu,.Yukon bench".*.;..  Furious storms aj e. reported on tlie  northeast coast of Great B itain."  *',"'-" ���������_  ' ?_--, in'.  i*<isi|  -.1..- I  *, j~j-,--,e  4"e-_rf-  Tlie Penalty in Victoria  A fine"of ,$100 and S4.50 costs was  imposed upon F. M. von Kettier. proprietor of the. Regent, saloon, by Magistrate Macrae." for selling" liquor  on election day. It was practically  admitted lh.it liquor was sold after  the polls closed, but it was contended  tliat_tlie_ae-t._C)id^y meant .to prohibit  the sale eif liquor duringpolling-liom_sr  The magistrate'took tlu; giouiiel that  "polling day"' meant from 12 midnight to 12 'midnight.���������Victoria Colonist.      "   . -     ,  Police Court Proceedings  Thos. Kemp, a'ias ' Cockney." eirimk  anel disoi<lei-ly;* tinea months at  Kamloops.  *N. A. Pooler, alias Hawey Page;  d. anel el.    Four months at Kamloops.  P. G. Iliatt, drunk anel disorderly,  40 days.  Thos. Cm tis. feir perjury, acquitted.  A batch of Indians from lllecillewaet. One of the n iniber got 15 days,  the rest, got eiff with a winning;  J. Francis, drunk anel disorderly, 30  days.  '11. McGregor, drunk and disorderly,  was fined S5 and coals "en- 15 days.  Time will be served.  c, County Court  At lho sif lings of the County Court  on Wednesday Mr. Justice Forin  piesieling. there w'era emly two civil  e-ascs and one criminal case! before the  court.  McCai thy vs. Kennedy���������which was  seltlcel eutt of court. White and Scott,  for plaintiff and J. Murphy for defendant.  Wood vs. Lund.���������Judgment for  plaintiff. "White and Scott for plain-  till' and .1. Alurphy feu- defendant.  Crown anil C. P. R. vs. Benson���������  IHIectinn feir speedy trial to come off  mitlelle next month. White and  Seottfeir C.P.R. and J. Murphy for  prisoner.      "  " Dearest Mamma."  The entertainment given hy the  Revelstokei Amateur 'Drani-ttic Club  in Tapping's t heati e on Thnrrday evening in aitl of the cemetery was ii verv  enjoyable affair. The hall was nie ely  filled by an appreciative audience'.  The programme began with a concert  in which Mr. Sam Saunders and Miss  Alice Northey were heard to gieat  udvantage. The piece; de resistance e>f  the evening was the one aet comedy  entitled ������������������ Dearest Mamma." which  Wiis well put on and affnideil gieat  amusement to the audience. The  club are to be" congratulated on the  success of their e-fToits in aid of ������o  gooel a can's".''.'  THE CASH_LOCKED UR  .British'.Capitalists 1UnTwilling_to^ Invest-  -    Money at Present' -      ^r',*.'  Mr.    Hugh     Si~"the.\-!-n'd"."~.iU-   Mrs.'.''  Sutherland have..returned  from  Eng-;  land   after a prolonged.Hhseuce and"  are guests at' the Hoted Manitoba.  Mr.".  Suthcilaud went toKiiglandon mining,  business and of,course, c.inie; in. touch."  with the money market.  ~*lle says the.  cash ha. all   been -locked   np" in, tlie j  hanks,there since the Spanisn-Aineri-;  can. war, broke   out.  - Investors   are -  fearful of an issue which, may  involve .'-  uioi-e.than two parties.to;th'e present.  strife, and lonsequently.dccline to go,  into any  financial  adventures  at the,  presoiiljunetm "t~. ' Il will be a, difficult'  mailer tn secure ar.y* large sums for  development in this country at present."  and   Mr.' Sutherland     will ���������  proceed-,  without delay to his mine  in. British  Columbia,���������Winnipeg Free Press.  ''���������j" ' :_"-  - - - yf-  '���������T^Cil'T?  '-UU  .^-->*1   r-J  _    * !���������<;-  __.-_-���������- -,  ; -*" -tail  FERCUSONJPORTS  The Bali  at   Hotel   Ferguson���������List"'ofj  .   - Prizewinners  r . -������  One  of  the   niost  interesting  nnel.!  enjoyable  days  the Trout,Lake district bus seen was spent in'Ferguson,  on July.the 15th.    The .day., was devoted to athletic and other sports --.ml.  came out without a hitch.' . The. Cale-,  donian spofts were good as was also  the hoi-ai-iracing.    It was ndisappoint-{  ment. that   the. Revelstoke  foothall-  teain could not l>e presentt'_hnt...i.very =  good game.was put up nevet-heless."  between the Trout Lake and'E*-"gusoii;  teams resulting in a draw.ji^.J  to 1  after an hour and a. half's hard. play.  The work of the  two teams wns ex-7  citedly   followed   by their respective,  admirers,   and   the   cleisenv'ss   of.the.  play niaile it  by. far the most inter-  eating event of the day..       .- -    ;  After the match everybody attended,  t.ho ppeninij ball in the Hotel Feigns on -  and if the loudly expressed opinions of"*  tbe  p.iiticipant .  go  for anything,  it.  Wiis one of the. best ever given in  that.  thriving town."   This neat hostelry, is  fitteel up most elegantly and.can torn-."  n.are faiorablv  with any hotel in  the_  Kootenay both for the iieatness of its.  appointments and the luxuries of its-  bar supplies, and it is tei be liopeil that  D.ive may have all manner of success  in his new lmdcrt-iking.    The, following is a list of the piize winners :  100 Yards Dash���������1st. E. A.Bell. 2hd,s  A. Craig. ., .*     .i    ���������  Hop,   Step   and   Jump���������1st,' E.' A.'  Bell. 2nd, S. B. Anderson.'  Running   Broael   Jump���������1st,   S.   B.''  Anderson, 2nd. E.' A. Hell.  Running High   Jump���������1st,   J.   MePhail. 2..d. E. A. Bedl.      .    -���������  200 Yards Race���������1st," AV (Vaig, 2nd,"  E. A. Bell.,    -' -    .. .- . .  Ege and Spodn  Race'���������1st," J.   MePhail. 2nd. A. Craig: .   .. i ... . .  Teamster's Race   A. Hillman.. .������  Prospectoi:'s.Riice-l������t. J.   l_.cPhn.il,'  2nd, H. Carter. .-Jrel. L. Barbel'.  Putting Shot��������� l-t..M. Black.' Zhd, J.'  Matb������son., ���������   ,       - .   .     ;. ,-,  Tossing Caber���������1st, J. MePhail, 2nd,"  J. Black. ....   . *���������  Pony   Race���������1st,;   A. Craig's' Maud,'  2nd. E. Bell's Brownie.  Free for All���������ls.t, E. Hillmah's Mike.-;  2nd, C. Irwin's Lady B.���������Tibut" Luke  Topic.  -   'M ;*-_*.  Revelstoke   Herald  rublishcd in interests ot  Big  illotfilleff-ter, filbert C in) on, .lorJun  Kerelato'-e, Lard'aii, Big Bend, Tro-it l.n_a  loilleev .et. 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Givo ua a trial  on your next order.  To Correspondent: We inv c:rro3pond-  pnee on any subject of int.ri.t.. '.o thu general  public, and desire a reliabl' regular corfcb-  poadent in every lica'.i' surrounding  Kevelstoke. In all cases the bona llii) iitiino  of tha writer mustaccomoany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revolstoko, e_. C.  A THEATRICAL BMT  Octavus Cohen's Gossip of. the  New York Rialtd.  MISS ALLEN'S   STELLAR VEHICLi:.  NOnCE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  l. All r.OT-resp.jntlO'ico iniidt hi legibly  -rittcu on one side r.f the paper only.  1. v^rretpondeuci) ' containing pcrional  matf_rniu.it be signed with ti.3 pr ver name  of the writer.  3. I'-orrespondcnco with ruferonce to any  thiag that has appeared in another pit or  mustfir6t.be olTereJ for pultlieuiioi. to that  paper before it can appear in Tins H_Uj__.d.  SATURDAY.  J ULY     130,  1S0S.  ENGLAND'S  FOREIGN AFFAjRb  After all tbe  gloomy prophesies  inclulgediuby.su tnauy important  oersonages   aiid   tho  volume"   of  letters written to the press on the  loss of power anil prestige (.[''Great  Britain iu relation  to her foreign  affairs it. is a   relief as well as a  surprise to read such an optimistic  speech as was delivered  by Loid  Salisbury at  the animal dinuer at  the    St.    James     restaurant   ou  Wednesday, July 0.   Lord  Salisbury tit'cer alluding to the progress  of the American  and Spanish war  said "the world at present looks  smiling   io    us   politically."     lie  could   see all around  u= signs of  growing pros peri ty, and  wo  had  just concluded   a   treaty   abroad  "which will remove the subjects of  conflict with onr greatest" nud most  cultivated neighbor"���������menuing of  cour=e    France.       The     premier  alluded to "the dilliculties   of the  foreign    office,   with    a   meaning  that will r.o doubt appetil strongly  to certain  of bis supporters.     "J  hnve    of cert    though o     that   an  English minister contesting with  * foreign powers is very much in the  position of a player at whNt who,  has got a very noisy and talkative'  friend behind him who insists on  discussing,  iu  the hearing of   all  present, the value of tbe various  cards in bis hand.   Meanwhile the  two     adversaries,    in     absoluto  silence, absolute^- destitute of all  inquisitive   friend*,  pursue   their  plans   iu    silence."      Tbe    most  explicit statement in the premier's  speech   was   tb'it   in   ielation   to  Britain's future   policy in  China.  Our interest iu China is to amend  and not destroy its  institutions,  aud it must be om- aim as far us  possible to maintain   the Chinese  Empiie to''prevent it falling into  ruin.-, invite it into tbe  paths ot  --.reform,aud giy_ejteveryassisttvuee  whicn we are "iiblo to give ic feT  perfect its defects and increase its  commercial    prosperity.      By   so  doing we shall aid its cause and  our own."'    Words like  this come  with a welcome sounil to the cars  of all lovers of progress and  all  who   desire   the    promotion    of  civilization, and a large section of  the people of tbe British Empire  will    read    them   and   will   look  forward to the performance of the  promises wliich they contain.  She Will Use a _>riit_atI-_tloQ of Mat!  Calne'n "The ClirUtlan"���������Tliu Succcsh ���������>(  Mrs. Potteir anil Mr, Hollow In Enf-  laud���������Open-tie Coineillaii-' 1'lans.  Aftor  tlio 'nuuiy announcement- wliich  hnvo boon mado with reference to lho prospective starring tour  eif   Viola'Allen-.it  trnnsplros thnt sho will not, alter nil, appear In "Tho Courtship of Miles St mulish.''  In the light of rocont oyents it is probablo  that sho did contemplate tho  uso  of  this  play,   but   her   many  sincuro  friends  so  -Strongly advisee! hor  against what wns is  manifest tempting  of  fato  thin,  it   was  .finally determined, to  eleifor to their .-judgment? Tho vohlclo upon which Miss Allon  has elccielcel Is ri. elrniiiiitiziitlon  of  "The  Christian;"; by Hull Caino, from  his own  novel of thnt name.    Thu piece was given  a copyright production in ono of, tlio provincial towns of  England  a  short,  timo  ago, but tho result wus anything hut satisfactory.      After   tho   porformanco   Mr.  Caino himself was  convinced   that cither  tho subject was ono which would not lend  itself readily to dramatic treatment or elso  ho hnd not gruspeel the possibilities of tho  story.    Aftor  consulting with friemds  lio  decided that tho latior cause was responsible tor tho very closo  approach  to failure  o������  whnt promised  to   bo   a   meritorious  piece.   Ho therefore decided to entirely . o-  ���������evrito it, anil his work lias been completed  with tho exception of the last not.    Thoso  who havo seen  it  declare  that wilh  tho  changes miiile it  will  he   tho strongest  story  from   a draiiintio standpointYover  turned out from   tho  pen  ot  tins  giftud  author.  Miss Allen will go abroad shortly  to   suggest  suoh   further  changes to Mr.  Ctiiiui us sho may dcom   desirable.     With  tho  selection   of  "The  Christian" as tho  piny in which  sho will  muko  hor   stellar  debut.   Miss Allen's  chnuccs   of   euccoss  havo materially increnseil.    It is nob impossiblo that tho production will bo niaelo  nt tlio llui-alil Square Iheatei" in this city.  Ic will   ceituiiilj- not, however, bu given a  trial   presentation   outsielo  of  Now York  city.    his purposo to mako n sin. uf Do Wolf  Hopper, ono long ltiugh went up along  tho cntiio length of tho Kialto. It was  freely prctllotcil that', tho ' ventnro would  rc-iilt in ili"-ti*,ti'i,, us. whilo Hopper wns  always coii-iilcrod nn excellent lending  coini'iliiui,no emu hail tiny idea that ho  -wasstinng enough for ftarhocil. llow-  evcf, tSti'Voti*- wont to work on tho papers,  unel nu thutitvleitl light was ever more)'continuously ami lillrneiivuly parugraphed in  this ''country thnn was Ho XX\i\t Hopper.  Tlm' rostilb wiis that tho publio, which  wont ut tlrst out of curiosity, continued  to go out uf Inti-resi, mid Uu Wolf Hopper  speedily developed into ono of tho best  paying stars iu this country. To.tho luy-  miiii It, would scorn that Mr. Stovons  -should havo ti roil of comedians hy this  time, hut thoro Is a vory well eloilnuel rumor in lhis city tu tho elTcct that ho will  tompt fate ami farluno onco moro by trying to ncciiiii]illsh that In which Xnt Hoth  signally failed���������i hi) establishing', of .Toff  Ho Angcliti ns a-ftill lleilgtiil star.  OOTAVfS Colli"-.  In'ow Vork.  HANDBALL.  IDEAL GOLF  LINKS.  A-'Gamo tlc'ir.iriiiG .-"..-(--'Plioiiul Slilll nnel  J'owRi'. of 3-jiullli-iinet.'.  'i'ho gamo of handball, which originated  in Iieliuuli he--' becoino voiy popular in  the United Slate-". Tn many gyninti. iuuih  lliroiigliiiut i'ro ('(iiinlry tho g.iiiio is reg-  ul.iriy played, l'ew games are, liko it,  niluplod tc nl! seasons ut' tliu year. 'It i.s a  most"iiculthliil piistiiiio. 1 _cf nness of oye,  sti'tieliiic--,-, of UQi'\c-*,'liglitnuss of stop nnil  physical vigeir iiro required to iiiako a stiei-  ces.slul player.  ll.-indluill is pluycd in n loom Go feet  long  and   So  foet wide, inclosed   hy high  Xoo  Slucli  Mellioel Usoel  In -.aylnc Ont  American Courses.  Thoro is i\ growing impression that  American golf courses nro nltogothor too  prccisa to porniit tho greatest possibilitioa  of tho gamo. A riimpnrl of onr Hi oovored  with turf stretching without n hroak across  tho pair groeu from 120 to 1113 yards from  tho tee, nnd a bhnihir mound in front of  uiflmm  iffp  mMm  For somo reason or other  Mrs. .Tamos  "Brown L'otter anel Kyrlo "Bellew havo perhaps more hitler cnoniiosiiiiioiiglliucritics  of this country liini) any other living actor  or actrci-s.   Many of tho American writors  gn   unt  of   their  way to 'say  unpleasant  things  ahour, iho  couplo  nt every  oppor-  tunily.    A.sido from thu  iujuslico of  lho  thing from a p.i-unal stanilnoint, it is in-  coneoivahlD   how   men   priitandhig   to   ho  dramatic  critics  can   so  far  allow   tlieir  prejudices to inUiU'tico their judgment as  to permit  them to sny that JC. vlo Bollew  .nnel Mrs. Drown Potter '"do uot know, tho  first 1-iidhiients o[-acting."    Mrs, J'oUi_i'  is really an   oxcolleiit actress, eiltliongh it  is po.*.*.blb that f-entio persons may not consider  her iraiiscenii'inrly groat, but  thero  never has been and fioiu tlio present outlook never enn bo any diffcrencooC opinion  ns to tho ability of Kyilo Hellow.    Thoro  is  no belter  actor  today on tho  English  speaking .stage, ami many persons think  there is none so. good.  v/.-^ri'.,-   ���������  *v#*-^^fc^  S$$r  All this apropos of the fact that iiuiiier-  ous statements Jiavo recently been pub-  li .heel in this country that the business  done by tho couple in London was disastrous. In reality they wont, into nn oh-  sciiro thoater in tho suburbs of tho British  capital for a couplo of weolts and scored  such nn emphatic success that tho engagement was prolonged to moro than four  times its intended length. Thoy nro now  touring tlio provinces and according to  tho most roliablo ml vices are finding them  a veritable Klondike.    Tho peculiarity of  tKi.,". - e  ���������km*  ..B=>*f%IB_  .much ness.,  wall-e. The w.ill.i shoulel bo haul, f-o that a  bull will leailily icboui.il. -.loncrnlly thorn  is TTgnllery lor speoialois. Tliis, ib must,  bo linilursiooil, is thu regiiliilitin handball  couit, but iho game may lio played by tho  uso uf an oiilhiury wall. Tho ball used i.s  two inches in iliimictcr anil 1-K otmoes in  weigh!. Tlio gniuu is played by two or  four playeis. When two players tiro on-  gaged in a game, one, called a "scorer,"'  stands ,t"i feet, fiom lho wall. Tho opponent staiid-i between- tho wall and lho  "scorer." Tho "scorer" throws tho ball  on thu ground, and when it rebounds  knocks it against tho wall with his hand.  Tho \\ till .sends the ball back to tlio grouiiel,  nnd on tlio boimd the othor player _]iiu.**t  knock it against, tha wall. If either player  fails to fetriko tho hall on tho llrst bound,  it coitnLS n point feir the other. A point is  called an .-.co, and 21 ace-- mako a gamo.  Half the Dominion ministers nre  in Britain. What for? asks the  Hamilton Spectator. During the  18 years in which theTp_i_. rul*__d,  the visit of a minisrer to Britain  was a rare occurrence, and wns  only made wheu some important  business rendered it necessary.  Now tbe Grit ministers skip across  the water in shoals as soon as  parliament is prorogued, and leave  the country to run.itself.  Mone-y In HosiiiK.  Uoscrs who formerly were willing to engage in a punching contc-t for any kind  of piU-O now tloiuand fancy prices. If  Eovurr.1 Xow Vork t-iulis .succeed in opening tboir door?, the prices of admission  "ill gi_ high, and the boxers will reap ull  the benefits of the competition and boom.  Kiel Lavigiio has rcfiiii-d an oner of {-.."il"  for a 20 round bout again--t Jack Daly on  tho basis that if l'eter Mailer and .Tim  'Jeffriesarcvorth a $10,000 purso tho lightweight, chaiv.pie-ii-liip contest ought to be  worth htleast "���������>,-���������"-".  CRECKETRS-ATTO'CHESSr  Ctecker rrnWeir. Xo. 474.  Blor'.:--, t, 10. l-\ W.  IB, 2<������.  A colonial premier, emboldened  probably by Hooley".s blackmailing  charges, against   leading   London  journals, has.bad the effrontery to  level a kindred accusation against  the  Times,  that ark of respectability and rectitude.    Hon.  J. II.  Turner,      premier     of      Briti*-b  ?;C61umbia. is this during man.   He  charges  tho  Times' with   having  criticized adversely bis connection  : -with ��������� certain   British    Columbia  ?Klondike mining  companies  and  then  on   receipt  of. a   full   page  advertisement     quietly    stilling  further criticism.   Other.journals  ��������� at once laughed down* the charge  as    obviously    preposterous,    for  ? whatever anyone   may   think   of  the Times'politics every English-  uian has   supreme    faith   in   its  honesty.    The Times itself takes  the   charge   very  seriously   anr]  literally knocks Premier   Turner  out of court by a limitation of the  critiscisD-S of his conducfc  which  'appeared after thein-'ertiou of the  advertisement  even   longer   and  " more severe- than those published  before the advertisement.     This  exposure    of    Mr.    Turner    will'  increase,     the      growing    public  opinion   that    ministers   of    lliu  crown should not be concerned in  company moiigerinjj of any kind.  KYIil.'E EEU-EW.  the  experience there of  this dual.nlllnnco  is that In some cities  Mra.-Potter's work |  is   warmly   praised, whlln  ln others ic i.s  severely censiiTcel.  With Mr. Bellow the case is tlifferont.  In no city which thoy hnvo visited hns  there been a singlo pnpe.r whioh hns found  the sllghte-t fault with his acting, although, of coarso, somo comment; is mndo  from limo to time upon In.*, iii-ll. piitaljic  tcndene_y to pe.se. And, by tho way, ic is  a surprise to Mr. Bellow's thousands of admirers in this country that ho has never  got over tho ulTecti.tion of his younger dny.'  and como to n realization of tlio fact ilia.  loaning again, t a proscenium nroh or n  "wood wing" is not noting.  ���������_r__-'----^--"'-���������? r^ -" u\;.,- ~  .... -...^-^--.---..--^.^.^  Tf^rUigMf^  .-!-'���������������.,? t&?������'7-.'<:  Sa������-?-,"-;-������^.'T:K'  7.7:^fi%m������f  "���������UU^i^U^i  ���������'^'.���������'-vSas'e  if^iii'ftm^  ?Si_   ^'"fepl _Q '?  *ys7~l *E? V&%������*L* ,;  '7i*&*       ��������� H.t:'������l          i ���������'���������  Ti ������ V777&. 7   "V������gS  '^MfM  lWMrU%0UU  'WM'7^iM^U  ��������� ������|i @ p|  <������������������ Kmy ��������� -p- ��������� t&������&. j  ii-rtfzm'"7f'-'*%:<';? -'_!?'  wj1----"   "--y-j^jjo-'-"^-. ��������� ���������---���������  ii^??'-s6w@  fg$e:f8se'j!'  \eirA  ���������'���������ww'   .-.  ������.._v*       .  ,���������><���������'?��������� yr���������-i;  n      r/Ji������>   - . -������__  ��������� _������. TnS'V "'���������     &SM'  ���������' - ��������������������������� ������i5"iy- -ws  ,6& :t.t'X ;'&*&%���������'  1 *~" if^V     ���������   tMk:  j.^**_-."."_:'::,T.-r-.; ".:���������  The lot of tho manager of a comlo bporn  star, especially if it bo a man and a come-  dian, is, Uko that of tho policoman in tlio  "Pirates of T'enzanco," by ��������� no me-'.'ins a  happy one. -jasfc wuson Al ��������� II. (Janby,  who had been tho niiiiiagei- of Frnncis  Wilson sinco that coinoelian's defection  from the New York Casino company,  severed his relations with bis star nnd  joined forces with Charles Frohmnn. Kow  lion 1), Stevens, DerWolf Hopper's manager, announces that, ho will not ha'cein-  nocteel with the lanky comedian after tlio  present season.  The genoral public will of courso novor  know what brought about n severance! uf  tho relations botween t.he~o two in.iiieig.T-i  nnd their stars, but it. is a farjt that the  impression Is very genoral that if tht)  wholo story could bo toi tl gratitude .would  no', bo found to bo playing an obtrusively  prolninont rolo in either caso.  *     -Wiii-i���������11, Iti. _J. *���������"*!. 28,  Whit" in pliiy and mil.  Chci-s Problem Xn   1T4.  Ilia. k.  i7, 28. 31.  ���������zrr  i   ���������   *>ii_?".������* -    i^JWS, ���������  fi-~Uv'.  z/j-:<f*'  Uim^Wi'  $!$$���������  f "-     :-'C'-7-A  ���������j ''������������������������������������-  ���������   :" '*  ''���������-: ���������W&'^lj'tSTii-"-  "i"������-:;:'i-t  ���������KU:i;U  vm\.--... vmi ;-���������������';-.*  \ m '���������  "'-'���������' V  H*  m&'-: '$������&���������**������������������%&���������  fi ISA  .*aV  \       W0J77':---\$$a\: _���������  x ��������� '&& '''i'Sf*^;  l������i  Ml  ^'V-P^-''@  $m. ������������������.   ������-Ji    "fefe  mM  1 ������������������-*_,' ��������� ;  \--"-^m���������-���������: %m-'i-  m  t  .j'^-j. *  ���������mm,- ������������������ mm^'wm- -���������--,  Z/H  ir.-'-vj  mzum^w?  tLi:'l  ''fit  i������,j  luu.}  Everyone at nil familiar with thoatrJcnls  knows how much Mr. Cnuby did for  rrnnols Wilson, but in tho caso eif Do  Wolf Hopper and Mr. Stovons tho gr:itl-  tnelo which tbo coniudinn eiught to fed for  his luunagor is even moro irtnrkejel. When  ittevpns orlgin&lly announced  that it wa*  "....:��������� .���������'���������'���������,������������������::���������,'���������������������������'.  Whitf? V  ���������Whito-to play  ; lint]  in.-.to in four mo _���������(_������.  .'"soi.cnoss. ���������  Checker prol  ileal  No. ITS:.  White.  :  ������������������.������������������ .B!;i_lc.  1.. 7 to* Hy  l-.".c^oi~i  !Z.. 3 to  8  2..::lio ai  3..:,_ to.-.  . : S/.20 to 23 :  4..2Tt(. ���������;������  -. .1~i lo I'i  '���������:��������� l~'..M t. )������.-  :' ���������  ;  ���������:>,,i."i t.vio  fi.". 13 to II  ������������������.-n...llly, 15:  7..lit.)   !),  ..".. 15 In 10  - 8.: Rt.i'  It  K..~!':iri1S  P..HI to 17  >     P..I-t't!������  iii.  io..it f.', 1:1?  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THOMPSON,  Paator.  CHURCH OF KNGbAND-St. P.itor-B,  Kovcl^toko llourauf si'rvlco: Evening  prayer dully at S o'clock. Fridays at 7:30  Sundays and Festivals: Holy f'liiiinninion nt  a.m., morning prayer at, II. (.uiidiiy duhtiol  and lllhlo Olasa nt 2:30, cvonliig pr>'y- r nt 7:30.  First Sunday in tho month Uoly Communion  at morning services.  FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  THE JWIJ-IJ-G EXCJiMGE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  Tho bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,-  Liquors   and   GiRtu'S.  '������  PRK81JYTK1UAN CUURCH���������Ueyelatokei,  Kervico overy HumUiy at 11 a.m. anil 7:30  p.m Uib'o':CI'ibs'' at" 2*30' p.m.. lo wliich  all are welcome Prayer uiuotlng m 8 P.m.  overy \yodnosdny.  REV. V. 13. MU1K, Poator.  Free Bus .Meets -7111 Trains.  fiUS LUjMD PFoppietop  ROMAN   CATBOLIO   CHUROH���������Rovelstoko.     Muss   Ili-iit mid third Sunduj-a in  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  "AIjVjITION A It MY���������Meetings every niglit  '    in thoir hull on Front Street,  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1G53.  Regular meetings nro held in tliu  Oddfellows' Hall ou tho sotiond and  foutth Wtdnesdays of each month  at 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren  cordially invited.  '. J.H., W. .M.;  T .1. Grahame. Rcc. Soo.  . llii'iii'}-, Fin. Sec;   U.S. Wilson, Troas  F. JWeCJ_RTY  .AVholcsale mid lloUiil IDcalei- in.  PR.IJWE BEEF, PORK,  JVMDTT0.N J\m S^DSJISE  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F., N0.3461.  Meets in tlio Oddfellows' Hull .:on the  2nd and llh: Fridays of  each month. Visiting  brethren invltod to  attend.  .1. B. Scott. C. R.  J. Ij. Smilli, R  S.  ;   MI'.S. ARTHUR B.'TUI"~~~~~"I~.  tlio putting green aro apparently deemed  the thoi-Dughly correct thing. A holo ovor  300 yards invariably hus a second rampart  120 lo 1,335 yards from tho first. Thus ifc  is ovidont that our greens committees uro  unanimous that adrivo .'must havo a carry  of about 123 yards, a full socond wilh a  wooden club tho same, and nn approach  shot the same pitch afc ovory hole. An  atrocious shot from tho teo merely,loses  distance, which, taking the average length  of tho holes, is scarcely any punishment,  as llio groeu can bo reached with n good  secemel. A badly slieeel or pulle'd ball  meets no worso punishment than a  straight ball, owing to tho bunkers being  directly "al right angles across tho lino of  play. - -    .  Mechanical irionulony, aided by a confidence that one is in"sulliciently good prnctico to hit lho ball true, is nil that our  moons committee- apparently demand of  our players. Xo side is���������ues, 110 tricky lit,  tlo blinkers placed liuphiizurd to tho left or  tho right or directly in tho lino of play-  seem to bo necessary to try tbo rosourcos  of an'osport. The element of chanco does  not seem to bo entertained.  Such a well known golfing authority aa  Charles B. Mucdonald is responsible for  tho statement; thnt wo have yet to soo tho  ideal links in this country. Whilo admitting tho merits of such courses ns .Shin-  ue-cock, St.- Andrew's and that of tho Chicago club, of which ho is umember, ho has  oxpi_������seil surpriso thnfc no eastern club  has yot, grasped tho possibilities ot n truo  golfing situation by the'sen.  The word "links'' in its original derivation means tbo windings of a river, and,  though from long usage ic lias como to be  applied to inland courses, il shows that the  olel idea connectoel it only with those places  near tho inlets of tho son whoro golfers  woro accustomed to resort for their sport.  Dp. _Malloel2  Phjsician aod Surgeon, Mclvon/.io  jVvonno, llevolstoli0 Station, 13. C.  lash   and   Game   in    Season.       MarkctjS   at,   Revelstoke,  Kevelsloko Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  flerchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet. B. C.  First-class in everj^respect.    Good accommodation.   Best  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at tho Bar.  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  1  Columbia House  Grogan & Co.  -*s���������������������������������General Agents  (Successors to J. D. Sibbald). Iuiuranco-  Rcal 13 stato.    Mining-   Loans.  Office:" First Street, next, to W. B. Pease &  Co.   Cede Morei.gUnci Neil.   "  If you .want, employment, or  looking for a houso to rout when  you. reach Vancouver apply to *���������    .  The  Vancouver Employment  and -House  Renting1 Ag'eney  o  331,    llas'inga    Street.    Wc3t.  REVELS  IRON WORKS..  BlacliBmltliiriir. JTobbine  Pl-arabinff.   PiPe Fitting.  Tin.niitliijig  Sheet Iron "Work   r  Machinery K,ePaired '  Minitjg Work a Specialty���������,  HOBT.sGOBDON  Revelstoko Stn-  The   largest hotel   in  lown.        Centrally    located  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   aDd  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Rates    $1     per-, day  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  '  .REVELSTOKE  Large light bed rooms. , Bates  TENNIS TALK.  The Game -lore Than: UolelgXtii Own In  Spito of Golf.  "Peoplo w'io havo been thinking that  golf would drive tennis into ohlivion must  revi.-'e their opinions. Ex-Champion Fred  Ifovey  accurately sizes  up tho situation  '.when ho stntos that all rival uthletio sports  help rather than injuro ono another. "Tho  moro popular athlotio sports in general  become," says Mr. Ilovey, "tho inoro each  -_srtie_ula_.������DQrt.Js_lianoflted. Each lino of  CHOICEST  athletics is particularly fitted to some particular ago and temperament, but no two  sports are exactly similar in their nature.  Golf is well fitted to ono ago nnd temperament and tennis to another. Golf will  undoubtedly weed out many poor tonnis  players from tennis, but their loss will not  injure tho game. Golf lacks ono important  element as a, sport which tennis possesses  ���������che contest of mind t_> outwit an opponent. A golfer tries to bent his opponent's  reoorel; a tennis player tries to bent his  opponent. The personal struggle "will  surely outlive tho contest of bare skill."  XV. P. Orcntt, following tilling tho snino  Iin**, .-perns to hav*) como ������aven nearer tho  true relation of gclf and tennis, Ho maintain:, thut g"-lf instead o������ boing a dreaded  rival has become n valneel ally of tennis.  Ilo Kay=: --It has been proved beyond epics-  tlon that tennis players uro the most loyal  Kupp.rt.__s of golf, It ts for tho very ri-a-  iron that lt tllderg to from thrir previous  favorite that its hold Is so great, and thr  contrast It often- is a pleasing diversion.  To throw down tl.n racket for tho golf  club de-.s not iiLecssnrlly Imply thnt lt  will nert be picked up ngain with greater  '.interest nnd enthusiasm:,-'ofter the tnmor  recreation. Tenuis enthusiasts, therefore,  *h-i'.!el \\ _').-'.iiio the advent of golf as tlio  . ure*,t iii.'iios te> prevent lawn tennis freim  becoming -tide. It Is easy to tire of any  singlo branch of athletics, and the greatest danger In ye nich lawn tonnis stood was  tbat it was absolutely alone in its class,  _*"ow, J. wcew, th-j tennis player can tnrn  for a timo to a kindred sport without tho  necc. _ity of abandoning tho old favorite  entirely T-awn tennis and golf havo already joined hands, nnel togother they  will pass or. through the years to comn,  unrivaled in their position among nmnteur  sports."  A match at e'onrfc tennlti, best 11 out of  21 f-ets, for tho championship of tho worlel  nnd n pur'-o of $10,000, will bo played nt  Lord's tennis court, ___ondoii, between  Thomas Pet tit of Iho Boston Athletics ii"-  se_.iat_>n and J'eteirIjathameif theiQiwn's  club, London, in tho first week of' np_t,  NoyCinbi-'r. This will bn thn most Imp'ir-  tnnfc court tennis ovenii sinco Pottlfc defeated Mr. Snundors nearly te-n yearn ago for  tho world's "hampionshlp anel n, larc;e)  purse. Tho e mirt to bo used for tho sorvieo  will bo nonfpil and tho'ballBof French  manufacture. Knch plnyor.wlll b<������ allowed, by tho stipulation of the match,  to prnctico for iii hours in the court to be  used. Thoro "will ho flys sots played ouch  day until tho winnor in known. Soon  nfUr Pottlt had defeated Faund-rc ho surrendered tho championship, and Latham  then challenged Saimdura to o match fcr  tho titlo, Latham winning. Pettis's friends  Ilinve beon anxious for him to retricvo his  biurets, and, believing hhn to bu tho champion of tho world, urrunged this match.  CIGARS  TOBACCOS   "   -  -CIGARETTES'  ���������SOFT' DR,I.NK_3  ICE CR.EJ1.M SODAS  ICE CREAM  Table    furnished   with  tbe'eboicesh" the market  affords.      Best   Wines  ,    Liquors     and      Oigars  $1.00 a- day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  ,  .)  THE PIONEER  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lalto District  Saddle    and '  Pack  always for hire.  Horses  l?i-ei(.litinff  specialty.-  and 'Teaming   a.  clock  m  Dailv Stage loaves Thomson's  Landiiiir every morning fit  for Trout Lake City.    For particulars write  CRAIG to lHLIi-IAN, Thomson's Landing.  A  To seenro one of thoso  CHEAP on tbo. C. & K.  gation Company's site.  .esiruble   lots  Steam Navi-  Uicyclca   llepuhed   anil  i'or Hire  R. JA. Se/AYTJiE .  mil. If  third ariiEiir ci__tcris.  To.  Fortune  Seekers  GOOD  Dont;  our way  wait    till    the   boom  , but BUY NOW.    ���������  comes;  CHANCE  HAIG & CRAGE  SoJe Agents.  -__.._  ������bert  If you try your luck prospecting  >In.-...tho' Lardonu���������'" District, don't  pasa I. M. CITRON'S general  store at Thomson's Landing, when  you can buy the cheapest anil  beat miners' supiiliua in tlio district.  I/M. CITRON  mi-tf  THOMSON'S liA.MDIK.CI ���������  If You V?ant  P13RE  COWS' JAILK.  Ouarantocel; Unadulterated.  Samson  Wood Dealer  and Drayman  .  .  Draying and delivery work a specialty.  TeaiT.fi ulwnj h on hand ut shovtcat notice.  . Contract j for jobbing taken.  Agent   for.the    Standard   Oil   Company.  What DoYou  Want in Shoe's  If you waol a goo.l Milium' Shoo  como to  O. -I-iikiiis.  John  E. Wood  Jlrehiteet  and Buildep  Ettimatea, plan.) and specifications famished  on application. Shop and rosair work  promptly attended to. Wood carvi'/? n  specialty.      Work    fciiop   on   Front Street.  If you want a go > I  to I). Jenkins.  rroepcelora' Shoo como  ' If you want a (Ine or strong Cork Sj'.cd Shoo,  com u to L. J enk i ns.-  If j ou want a Long I eg Hoot como to 1).  Jonk'.nu. "'  Shoos and Harness repaired on tho shortest  notice. All lines of work kept in stock  at prices to suit all.  D. JENKINS  First Street, one block from  the Imperial  Dank ot Canada, Rovelstoko Station, B.C.  So to T.HE EUROPE DAIRY  Mlt.S. V. JULIAN.  Wendell Maclean  Tfye Revelstoke  Plzoto Company  Revelstoke, B. C  STUDIO: DOUGLAS STREET-  Wholesale  and Ketail  Druggist, Calgary  i Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  I f_-tf  J. R. Hull  & Company  Butchers    and    Wholesale   and  ;,   ; Retail Dealers in Beef, Fork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full    -  Cord Measure.  The undei-icrncd has a large supply  of Hemlock, Spruce, Fir and Pino  Wood for sale. Any person requiring  wood will kindly leave their orders  with Mr. XV. M. Lawrence. Rcqelstoke  Station, or with II, N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  17nl������  FRANK JULIAN.  C, B. JWaelean  ARCHITECT  All orders in  tilled   our lino promptly  and BUILDER  rstimatca fu'nishcd. Plannr.nel specifications mado. Am also prepared to do  shop and job ���������', work on the shortest,  notico. Sitisfaotiou guaranteed in  every caso.. Gall or write for terran.  Main Street      ���������      Revelstoko  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style at Lowest Prieos.  Douglas Street ��������� ReveIj3toki_ r  //������  CHOIR  PRACTICE.  . sit on n '���������tump hero in tho woods among  .tho clean faced licechr������  Iruv.cs oi tliu trues bcom to me liko the  Spipc"! ol n mighty organ  ling my *-oul with w:ivo on wavo of the  linrmonics of tliu univci&-ul niithcm.  jvnncl divino conic "1 am" chorus,  red squirrel scolding in yonder hickory  ,   tree,  } floric of hlnckhirds chattering in council  |   overhead,  - monotonous cnclio.H in tho un&ocn mead-  tow,  l  tho Filcnti ants traveling thoir narrow  highway with enormous hurduns ut my  ^ fcot���������  i like chori^terfl, sing in the green arched  '  cathcdial  kheaven prompted mystery. "I am, I Rin.'-  l> rays of sunshine shoot down through tho  branches   nnd   touch   tho   dclicntu  ferns  t and tho blade*, of co.n-i. grass pioicing  up thiough ht'-t gear's dead leaves,  d nil cry uut together, "I am."  [u^ed to call upon all thrso works of lho  Lord to piniMS tho Loid, and they did.  praise linn,  ^ now they piaiso no longer, for they hnvo  been taught a new song, and with one  ������    nccotd they chant thu *\l nm."  foo, would Ipni n tho r.ev* music, nnd I begin  hesitatingly  to  take  part  m tlio worldwide choir pi'jutice.  \ct all thc-e quiet puvato rehc.ir-als  1 la-t in my own phice you may look for mo  '    alio in tho -vast eternal choiufe,  id we all of __.������, as you see us ai o but mouth-  l       plLC.w.       _.  io is it thnt behind and beneath sings over  b through us, now whiepeung, now thun*  i     donng, "I mn'r"  ,r   _ ���������Ernest n. Crosby in Conservator."  >EKD OE CHEEDLE.  le  As 1 toiled wearily up the stairs I  ondcrod what Chcedle would say. It  d not occur to mo that he might not  i .at tho club. I went from room to  Dm looking for him," and at last I ask*  ia mnn named Bass: ���������  " Whero is Cheedle." - . .  *'Ho is married," said Bass.  *_'I mean Jog Cheedle,"  I explained.  pseph Saunders Cheedlo."        -   j       .,  " Yes, he is liiarried."_ -  I'Eow did it happen?" I asked. -  ���������'Ob, it.wns quite a premeditated af-  r," Eaiel Bass.  "I knew all about it  p days baforo it came off."  JTell mo the worst,"'"said I, sitting  jvn.      -    ���������  'She is rather a nice girl," said Bass.  [er  name   is���������that   is,   was���������Nelly  rsh."     " ,'-?"-  'I know her, "I groaned? "Is he mar-.  d'much?"    -*' '      '  ,'Oh, frightf nlly, [' Bass replied. "He.  ver comes hero now.-"  'Has he been like it long?'" -   '  'Ho cameTinck'frbiii the honeymoon  ft a mouth ago."   _,  'Havo you seen him lately?" - -  'Saw him the night before last." -   >-  'How did he seem?"  ' Wonderfully  choerful,   I thought,'  isidering." P  :;Dnplicity," said I.  "IIo __>_ bo pities single .lohnniOB."  "Bravado," I ninrmnred.  'And that  if ho  had his time over  fiiu'ha would do,just the same."      , <  'Ho was nover one to profit by expe-  juco, "  I remarked.' And   I   added,  -oor old Joe!"  'Sometimes  I almost  envv   him,"  d Bas. ?  !'My dear Bass!'/   '  "Aftor all, ho is' at rest."'  j'.'Is at rest?" I wondered.  "Whnt will you have?" asked Bass.  '"I  will have au  explanation from  lm," 1 replied.  '"I mean,"'said ho, "what will you  ���������e'to.driuk?"  '���������"(.all would bo appropriate," said I.  'Two-brandies,'with  a small,, soda  flit," said Bass tei Louis, the waiter.  'I "am .sorry, now -that;   I want to  Liter.  You will find your affinity some  day."  "Which of ns do you mean?" asked'  Bass resentfully.  "Both of you," said Cheedlo.  "If both of us find any affinity, there  will he trouble," said I.  "You understand mo," he said. "Bnt  Buroly yon aro not drinking brandy and  soda?"  "It would scom so," I roplied with  'lautour.  "At this timo of day?"  "Or any timo," said I.  "You shouldn't, you know," ho said.  'It's awfully bad for your inside."  "Aftor all, it is my inside," I retort-  .d.  "The stomach"��������� began Cheedlo.  "The stomach," saiel I, "is uo doubt  a vory necessary part of tho human  body. But as a touio of conversation it  fails to interest me."  "When you are married" ��������� said  Cheedle.  "When I am married," said I, "I  shall try to ooncoal the ravages of inevitable deterioration."  "You will be very interesting."  "I shnll be uniqno," said I.  "There:s an argument in favur of  marriage," said he.  " 'A fox, being caught in a st6el trap  by his tail,' said I solemnly, 'was glad  to compound for his escapo with the?  loss of it, bat upon coming, abroad into  thei world he began to lio sensible of the  disgrace' "��������� .  "Sometimes," said Cheedlo critical^  ly, "you approximate slightly to the  ass."  . " You don't approximate," I retorted.  "Yon are the ass, pure and exceedingly  simple."      ' -  "I Dm too happy to quarrel with yon,  Phil," he said, laughing, "oveu if I  had time. I just dropped in to leavo my  address anel to ask you to come and be ,  introduced to my wife. She is dying to  know yon. You see, she has heard so  much about you."  "  '.'What has _he heard?" Iasked, somewhat startled.  '.'Oh,-only what I-have told her. I  have edited you, you know.''  "I will coiiio tomorrow," said I, "if  I may bring my pipe. "���������'  ���������     "She smokes cigarettes herself,'.' said  he.  "lam teaching h-ir.  The mater says  sho doe-u't know what tho modern wo"-  meu  are  coming  to.    I tell her I hope  they are comiiig to stay.  Nell puts down  all my smart things iu her diary."  "Has sho put that down?'*' I asked.  "Of course," said he. . _- .  "I'm afraid she loves you very much,''  said I. .  "I.believe she does," said ho. "Will  yon come���������dinner at 7:30, and whatever you liko afterward?"  _ "I will come," said I.  He fan away, aud I turned to Bass.  "He hears up well," said I.  *  "Yes,','   said Bass.    "She is rather  -nice, you know."  '' I hope lid oditocl me very carefully,''  said I slowly.���������Cleveland Plain Dealer..  Ul  CM IM  A Dark Horse Proves  to be  Easy    Winner  After  AU  an  Iii. QUEEN APPOINTS El IffO  Will Hold   Down   Aberdeen's  Job for Four Years  III ill  TERRIBLE   FIRE   IN   AMHERST  Invading  Army   Commenced  Landing on the Island  on Monday  IHE HUCIM SUFFER LOSS  Madrid Reports   a  Repulse of  the Invaders  PEACE PROPOSALS FROM ROME  [iris," I observed. -     ���������  ^J'Ono often is," sighed Bass.  'If I bad stood  by  him, this might  Sver hnve ocdurred."  "' .  ["That is what wo all said.   Why did  V go?" i , "    -  "I went to seek forgotfuluess."  ' 'I heard all about that affair," said  ,ss sympathetically. "Weall thought  behaved' '���������  Like u woman," I interjected  bit*  My.  Yes���������shauielully," said ho.  'Is she"���������  *' Not yet,"_ ho replied.   " Bu11 hear  is to be soon."  I hope sho will he as happy���������as  ,ppy as sho deserves to bo," Eaiel I.  You should bo more charitable,"  id Bass. "You bhould roniomhcr that  eisawomau."  I have not forgotten it," I oried.  s your���������is Miss"������������������ "        ,  Not yet, "said he. "But it is im-  Inont."  " What sort of a fiian is he?"  "Quite an inferior brand."  'Beautiful women are invariably un-  'or tuna to in their husbands," said I.  "Thank  yon, old  chap," said Bass.  Or aro you being ironical?"  .  ' "Two brandies and a small soda split,  r," murmured Lonis.  We sipped gloomily.  "The ranks thin woefully fast," said  ass.   "There's Jewsoii gone"-���������     ' ~  He fell at Dieppe. "  "There's Owers."  "And Wigrani!"  "And Hansel, and now Cheedle."  "Owers," said I, "doserved  a better  ite.   Of Hansol it would he kinder not  0*SDG_l__-i''  "The old guard," sighed Bass. "Do  on remember Wigrain's last words?"  "Brave words."  "And the occasion?"  "Wo wore supping at Verrey'a."  "How did be put it?"  , " 'Tbero aro two kinds of bnrinl���������in*  erment and marriage,' he snid.   And  ix weeks later the wedding bells rang  it big requiem."  A footstep Bounded behind us, and a  oies exclaimed:  Hello, yon fellows.   What aro yon  ioklng so bluo about?" I turned and  onfronted Cheedle. "I heard you had  ���������turned," ho said. "How are you?"  "I am freo,',' I nunwered.  "I see yon know all  about it," was  is unblushing rejoinder. "Woll, itis  [what wo must all coooe to sooner or  ,   *.    .Not Doing tho Worrying.  "I have made a discovery,'.' said Jlr.  Billtops, "aud that is that there is lilro-  lyto be some oue person in a household  that does all the worrying. There may  be others that fret, and very hkoly fret  over trifling things, but the rcah.worry-  iug over things that have got to he dono'  and got to ho looked after is usually all  douo .by ouo person. Tho person that  docs the worrying in my house is .Mrs.  Billtops. Tho children and myself mid  all hands leiui on her and oxpect her to  do everything. 1 don't know, but I sort  of think, that wo expect her to proviclo  things whother we havo any monoy or  not, and she certainly does soom to  make everything come out all right  "somehow;���������       ~*~ * -���������-���������   ���������-^���������~~' ���������  "Now, ns n rulo, among men tho man'  who does tho worrying gets isiid.for it.  He is usually the man nt the bead of an  enterpriso or a concern or department,  or whatever it may he, who is able to  do the work and willing to take thecaro  and responsibility of it. Those under  hiin may pile their cares upon him,  and ho shoulders them���������many a man���������  easily. Thero arc, thank goodness, plenty of men that don't shy at responsibility.  "But these men get paid for what  tbey do, and Mrs. Billtops does not unless she counts my appreciation as something. Tbo children don't realize what  she does. Thoy expect it. And, as for  mo, the silent partner, if I dou't ".fund  up and take the knock?, I thiuk I ought  at least to put iu mora capital."���������New  York Sun.   Vice for Sale.  "Several good religious peoplo,"says  the Louisville Commercial, "who are  accustomed to drive out the Browtis-  boro road, were considerably shocked  tho .other morning wheu on pahsiiig a  blacksmith shop at tho edge of tho town  thoy wero brought face to face with a  large sign, 'Vice ror Sale Hero.' Ono old  lady, who hub for ycarsx been identified  with philanthropic and charitable work,  was especially indignant. Purely in the  interests of society she undertook to  discover just what particular style of  ovil was for sale. Entering tho shop  .with her - nose high in tho air, sho approached the proprietor. /Man,' she  said, 'I understand you have vice for  sale hero.' Tbe brawny blacksmith fell  back beforo the incarnation of haughty,  offended virtue 'Yes, ma'am,' he ro-  .plied weakly. 'I,' went ou the woman'  austerely, 'am a member of the Society  For tho Suppression of Vice, nnd I wish  to see what form of tho deadly sin you  have.' Ths man turned and led tbe way  to tho back of tho shop, wbore a steel  viso was scrowed to a workbench.  'There it is, ma'am, and the very best  utceltoo. It's dend cheap at $2.SO.' She  lias not yot recovered."  A Fine Morning.  "Fine morning, your worship," affably remarked tho man who bad been  arrested tlio night beforo for being  _runk nnd di. orderly.  "YtS iude__il," responded tho justice,  1 'qiiito n liuo morning���������in fact, a 910  Ine morning.'.'���������Boston Traveler.  Election   Protests    Arc     Withdrawn���������  'Fast   Atlantic Service Off��������� '  Constantine Back  CAN'T GO  OVER TO BEANTOWN  Montreal, J uly 2,">���������The Montreal  Star's cable bays: The Canadian  governorship bas been definitely  offered to an English peer, who is  wealthy, a Rood speaker, and wilh  some experieuce of alfairs. The name  is kept a secret until the appointment  has been actually made. Wolseley,  though willing to accept the position,  ~s no longer a candidate. Either Lords  Hopetown or Jeiaey are possible.    -  TIIK NEW   GOVERNOR GENERAL  Earl Minto has been .ippointed by  Her Majesty the Queen to succeed Lord  Abeide'en as ���������Governor General of  Canada. "   - c  ��������� Winnipeg, .Inly 25.���������The Canadian  team has won several money prizes at  the Bisley meeting. J ."   '      u  The Manitoba cricketers have won  lhe national cicket match at Omaha.  - John Chamber of' Winnipeg, , and  his brolher Henry, were drowned yesterday in Shoal lake.  "   . ,.TIIE It'C-VRTHYITES  Cor-usGwooi), .Tuly 25.���������Public  notices are 'out calling a, meeting of  McCa-'lhvite _ to nominate a successor  to the late.D'Alton McCarthy in the  lioiise of Commons. " ?v  AURESTS  IN afoNTKBAL  Toronto, July 25.���������High Constable  Boissontietl-.- is in Montreal registered  Under an assumed name. It. is said  that lie is here on business of Messrs  Beaudeau Bros, to enquire into'a case  of obtaining goods under fals-c pie-  tciici's from Ihem, to - the value of  $10,000, '    ,,        .,   '   *  ll is alto said that" another, big rolj-  bery"by~the same jiarlies w ho robled  the Napanec hank is being ferretted  out, and that several important arrests  are expected to he immediately^-made.  ; ; w        'TnE TOI "E IS SINKING _  London, July 25.���������The newspapers  in Rome make the announcement that  the Pope is slowly sinking. Cardinal  Parocchi is looked on as the most  probable success-or.  - A severe earthquake shock lias  destroyed several houses in T.tlouhuani  Chili, - -      ~  HUKKN'S  ritizK  UibLEYCA-tr, Eng., .Inly 35.-Lient.  Y.il.es of the Third Lanc.ishireegir  ment has wou the Queen's prize.  Ottawa, July 2...���������Pailiament is  further prorogued until September.  (JONTl-.ACT CANCELLED  .The fabl Atlantic steamship line  conduct with.l'utersrn, Tate <_; Co.,  has been cancelled. *    >        '    .  Willing   to  Give   up   Cuba  and   Porto  Rico���������Wants the Philippines���������  Sickness   at   Frisco  GARCIA   IS   GIVEN   A   POINTER  PROGRESS OF THE WAR  Washington, July 25���������The  insui  gents have captuied Gihara, Cuba.  it is reported thai the prospects of  peace are greatly improved.  General Shatter has received the surrender " oC Guantanamo and other  Spanish garrisons.  Troops and supplies are being em-  barued from United Stateb ports, lor  Poito Ilico.  YELLOW ".'EVER '-  Three hundred and thirty-six new  cases.of Yellow lever have been developed in General Sh.ifter's camp.  ARIUVAJ. OE   JULES     ,  The war depailment believe Mini  General Miles arrived" l_st% night at  Porto Rico and expect to , lienr iron)  him some -lime* today: General  Shaftei" makes no mention of'Garcia  in his letlers^or despatches to'the War  department.- -    ' '  7 - ATTACK OP JIANILA  ' London, July 2a.���������Augusti has telegraphed lo the Madrid Government  that the Americans are"- about lo  attack Manila. - _'  * Washington, July 20?���������It is reported in .London that Spain ivill at  once propose an armistice.-.  Sickness- is greatly"on the increase  among the United-Slales troops at  Sau Francibco. r*  , ST. ThomAs, July 20.���������The United  States troops are lauding todav ou the  i si anel of Porto Rico, on the southern  coast. , -1'  KEniLSED WITH LOSS  Madrid, July 20. ��������� Private despatches from San ,1 nan de Poi to Rico  says :" A'strong American 'squadron  has .appeared before. B.ihia Honda, but  the American attempt to disembark'  troops, has been repulsed wilh.con-  siderahlo loss.  -      v   ,   _    ** ? \  PEACE PROPOSALS  " ThePope has communicated to the  powers the' following proposals "of  peace: Spain to ceele Cuba and Porto  Rico to the Americans. The Philippines to be restored to Spain, and the  commercial treaty giving exceptional  advantages to Spain will be &urren-  tlered. _       ���������  GARCIA WAItNICli Ol"l"   , ,      -  GeneiaL Garcia has been warned not  to molest Spanish residents, under a  threat of extreme penalty.        '     -      *  Preparing to Assail Manila���������Cruiser  Destroyed���������Garcia Turns Mule���������  Camera    Waiting   Near   Gibralter  Washington, July 23.���������The Uniteel  States are preparing i'or the assault ot  Manila.  cruiser destroyed  A Spanish cruiser has been destroyed  by Admiral Sampson's fleet at Nipe.  THOUm.lS IN THK riIILII~!~INI_-~  AguiiKildo has proclaimed himself  dictator of the Philippine Islands.  GARCIA   .IIIIUKD  Goneral Garcia,   has withdrawn his  forces from thu   Uniteel   Slates   lincfr,  and has resigned his command,  -iioicia siiirs destroy mi  Three Spanish linnsports have been  destroyed hy the Uniteel Slates warship Mau/.anillo.  VltOM GliN-ERAL JIILEH  Washington, July "il.���������The United  SLales Navy department received the  following despatch today: Mole St.  Nicholas: "To the .Secretary of War,  Washington. Am dissapoinled at Iho  non-arrival of Colonel llcckei, with  the consli uction corps. Colonel Black  arrived without snug boats orliglilcrb.  Please send at least four stiong sea  going steam lighters iind, tugs. Also  General Stone's boats iit, Jacksonville,  if not already sent. Send soon as pob-  sible. Moving, along well.' Signed,  Miles."  CAMERA   WAITING  Giuralter, July 22.���������lt is repotted  here that Admiral Camera's bquadron  of war bhip& arc expected oil the  Spanish penal settlement of Centa  opposite Gibr liter, where it will stay  and await events.  j TROUBLE AHEAD  London, July 23.���������The European  great powers with the exception of  Great Britain, have come to the decision not to permit the United Stales  In annex the Philippine Islands, nor  allow an Anglo- American protectorate.  BABES  IN THE WOOD  Two Ontario Children "Four Days Lost  Without Food. ' <  .  Toronto, July 23.���������Two children of-  Isaac Lee, of Rose, near Charleston  Lake, were lost in the woods near here.  One was a. child of eight years and the  olhei* was a baby only seven months  old. After four days' search the father  iound them only live miles from where  they had.kbeen lost. The children  were without food and were almost  exhausted.  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1855  Paid up Capital     -     $2,000,000  Rest Futid   ���������     -     -    1,500,000  Head Office-���������Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  li. Markland Molson  P. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manager  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  n. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals,firms,  bankers and municipal und other  corporations.  Interest, .allowed on deposits at  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  FERGUSON  The Centre   of the   Lardeau   Mines  Be Sure and register ab tbe  BJIUMORJ-L .HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is provided with the best  the market affords,     ltates from $2  to S3 per day.  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville, Ont,  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Men ford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch..  Morrisbiirg.Ont,  Norwich, Out.  Simcoe,  Ontario;  Victoria, B,  ltovelstokc Branch:  Ottawa, Out  Owen Sound, Ont.  Ridgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Out  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Out.  Toronto, Ont.  Tcronto.Tunc'n,Ont  T.-eriton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  XV ooilstock, Ont  Winnipeg, Man  Vancouver, B, C.  Revelstoke, B. C;  . C.     Quebec.  J. 1). Molson, Manager  IMPERIAL B/Vtil\  OF CANADA  ��������� ���������-GOLD-l-Rl)..l--CAItllU)l_l���������=-=:^���������^  Ovei-SjSTCOOO has arrived in Vancouver from Cariboo.      '  well watched '   '  . Great precautious ar.e, being taken  to prevent the possibility of an escape  by the Napanec bank rubbers.  RETURNING  Major Const amine after a residence  of three years in the Yukon is i doming home,  THE ."'CAN'T GO  Montreal, July 20.���������The Montreal  Highland Cadets cannot attend the  Scotch gathering at- Boston, U. S ,'  owing to an old statute of the State of  Massacnusetts which allows only the  States militia lo carry arms.  Winnipeg, Julv 20.���������Amherst, Nova  Scotia has been almost totally destroyed by lire. .  The election' protest in DuITerin,-  Ontaiio has been withdrawn.  President Van Home, of the C.P.R.  is back in Montreal, arriving on Saturday. He denies that his trip had any  relation lu the sellleiiitiit of lhe passenger war i ate.  A telegram from London says:  Admiral Thomas L'.^Masse, known as  the father of tbe British navy, is dead.  He was horn in 1S02, entered the navy  in ISIS, and served at Navarino, Beyrouth, Sidon, St. Jean D'Acre, and  in China and the Black sea.  There were four cases of smallpox in  a car of Galicians arriving at Winnipeg last week, and they were trans-  l'errcei to tents near Stonv mountain.  They are under the care of Dr. Patter,  son* Doctors bills and extras will run  to a pretty big thing. We have surely had nearly enough Galician. ���������  Faith Fenton and the Victorian  nurses were passed on the Glenora-  Ti'shu tiail by a recent arrival in  Victnt in, who says they arc progressing favourably." Thoy have but one  hi'isi'. each taking a lurn in the: sad-  dlc, the eilhe'i.-. trudging alongside.  The Canadian ti oops arc also making  good licaelway.  Preparing .for any   Fun- That  -   May' Happen      -    -  FOUR WARSHIPS ORDERED OUT  They Will Act With Representatives  of Uncle Sam and John Bull if  Complications Should Suddenly Arise  London, J.uly 20.���������A despatch ic-  ceived from Shanghai says: The  Japanese government have sent four  warships to cooperate wilh thu British  and American admirals in case of  international complications.  FJevels-toKe  Hospital  Maternity Room i.i connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   band.  Dis.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants  AMATEUR CHAMPIONS  Results at  the  English Athletic _, Meet  ���������A Canadian Ahead  An extract from the Loudon Times  of July 4th says: The championship  meeting at Stamford Bridge was  marked by some very fine performances.   Brief details are as follows:  Ono mile run���������II. Welsh 1, AV. E.  Lutycrs 2, D.G.HurrisK.   Time 4:17 1*5  Hundred yard dash (finals)���������F. VV.  Cooper 1, N. D. Moigan 2, 11. W.  Waddy 3.   Time 10 sec.  Putting 10 weight���������11. Hot-can.Irish  A. A. A.. 15ft, 1; N. A. S. Harrison,  37ft G\ iu, 2.  One hundred iind twenty yard  hurdle race (finals)���������II. 11. l-irkes 1,  T. F. I_iely2. Won by four yards.  Time 10 2*5. .   ���������  High jump���������P.Leahey, Irish A.A.A.  5 ft 11 o'8in, 1; It. G. Pcny tind JI. S,  Adair (dead heat) 5ft Din.  Half mile race (finals)-A. E. Ilelfe  (holder) Fincley II, 1, W. E. Lutyons 2  A. Hunter 3.   Time 1:50 1 5.  Thiowing 10 lb hammer -T.F.l.iely,  Gaelic A. A., 1 lOfl. Iin, 1; 11. Ilorgan,  Iribh A. A. A., 125ft, Iin, 2; XV. Lawrence, L. A. C, 10!Jlt llin 3.  Quarter mile race (linals)���������W. Filz-  lieiliertl. J. C. Mcicdilh 2, C. G.  Davison '.1.   Time 50.   .   "    ''  Long jump���������W. J. M. Ncwburu,  23.1- 7iu 1; G. C. .Vas_.il, 2lit Sin. 2;  E. F. DeLaunc. 21ft 2m, 3.  Pole vault-J, Poole 10ft :.in, ]; E. C.  Pritchard, 10ft Iin, 2.  Two mile steeplechase���������G.W.Orton,  Toronto L. and A. A., 1; C. Leo, 2;  A. li. Willi.iui-.on, 3.   Time 11:18 2 5.  THE QUEBEC CONFERENCE  U. S. Commissioners Are Getting Their  Pointers���������Taken the Water Route    .  Washington, July 23.���������-The. Untied  States members of the- Oanaeliiin-  Americiuic'high commission met at  the state department at noon yesterday to pertect the organization. The  preliminary meeting, of'-Hip British  an A Canadian commissionets at .Que  bee will he on or about August 1st.  All the U. S. commissioners were  present, namely: .Senators Gray and  Fairbanks, representative ^Dingley,  ex-secrelai y John W.Foster, John VV.  Kasson (reciprocity commissioner) and  T. Jefferson Ooolidge Berton, who has  been recently added to the commission. -  SPARKS  ' Winnipeg, July 23.-John McNeill  and Jas. Pad field have been drowned  in Lake Winnipeg.  The Meuuonile reserves iiro to be  thrown open fnr "general settlement.  Two Indians and four Japs were  drowned in the recent storms on the?  B. C. coast.  Sir .lames VVinier, premier, represents Newfoundland at the Quebec  conference.  "Tlio _iow~regulatioiis rcspecliiig-cul^  ting timber in Manitoba, the "j-'erri-  loi ies nml B. C. have been issneel by  the Interior d. partment.  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve    -   -   - ���������-   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. -Howland, President  T.R.Merrttt, Vice Pres., (St.Catharines)  William Kamsay," Robert Jatfray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner  * Elias Rogers. ���������   . .-  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.  .=_.   '  / ���������   -     Branches  North'West and British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South Edmonton.  Vancouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  ONTARIO.  Essex  Fergus  Gait -  Ingersoll  St. Thomas  Toronto  .Welland  Woodstock  Niagara Falls  Port Colborne  Rat Portage  Sault St. Marie  St, Catharines  '    Montreal, Quebec.   "  -  Agents   in   Great'Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St., London,  with whom money may be depositee)  for transfer by letter or cable to ~  of above branches.  . Agents in the United States���������New  "York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; - Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of SI'".and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  .Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc ^  Gold'Purchased  'This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted fop at uny of  tho Hudson's Bay Co's.'Posts in tho  Yukon ank northern districts-  A. R. B. HEARN.    .  ' Manager Revelstoke Branch  E_EET_RET_T_0-_  BRITAIN'S NAVY  The   Fleet That   Rules "the  Waves to  le  Still'Further Augmented  London, July 23.��������� The British navy  is lo be augmented by four lino of  battle chips, four cruisers and twelve  torpedo destroyers."  Only one man iii 203 is over tix Tect  high.   '  An oarly harvest is expected in  Manitoba.  -Wheat is SI cents at Brandon, an.l  01 at Fort William.  It is easier to ride a bicycle four  miles than to run 200 yards.  ICiglit hundred immigrants arc still  detained in quarantine ut Stonewall.  The population of Russia is increasing at lhe rate of over a million a year.  A monument to Sir George Curlier  will he unveiled in MontrcnFon Sept.5.  Gautlaur got a, reception on his return home, last Monday,' fully 3,000  citizens of Rat Portage turning out to  honor tho arrival of tho world's champion oarsman, tbe band playing "See  the conqiieiing hero come.-" ."is the  train .topped.  The James' Bay athletic association  senior four oar crew will be in* Winnipeg on August 15th to meet all the  famous boating crews of Canada, and  test their strength. These crews will  include the Arganauts of Toronto.who  were at Henley last year and of course  the Winnipegs, who although one is  missing fiom their Henley crew, have  a verv good four. The meeting will  be on the Red River.  Vancouver elispach oF July {) e.iy.s  The only death from drowning reported bv the" Athenian passengers is that  eif Rev, Wall-*!' G.' Lyon, lhc lir.-t  church ol England clcigymaii lo go  noilh. lie was making "for Selkirk,  anil was drowned iu Whito Horte  rapids accoiding to an unconfirmed  report which reaclipel iho Athenian  ju.l, a.s she left Skagwav. Uov,  Wm. Lyon was well known in Foit  Qu'Appt'lle district, at one time being  the rcs-ident English Church clergyman at Mint point. Rev. Mr Lyon left  some months ago for the Yukon in  companv with Messrs. IJoycc, anil  Sperling, of Qu'Appelle Station.  Tfee Roman  S_2oe .Maker  Dialer  in   Boots  and    Hiocr.     Mackenzie  Avenue lwo doois eoutli Mchon'd Bunk.  llarncSH l~.c|)_.irin|_ elone.  Modi-rate Prices.   Work Kuariintocel.  Wo Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ^d Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Rovolstoke Station. B. C.  CUMM1XGS BROS.,   ���������   Proprietor-.  Tl2e Pioneep  Stores  JAS.   McMAHON  General  Blacksmith  AND WOOD WORKER*  Wn..i>n_). heavy nnel liKlit, b-ilt to order or  rcpaircel.   IlorKcahocinga gpccinlt}*.  r Shop on Doiiulia Htrrot. Ko������t, Kovcl5lo'_o.  S. McMahon, -lanag.r.  Shop on Flrut Street, iust vcet of Union  Hotel. Itovclstoko Station. Jm* McMahon.  -lanagcr. aZ-tf  FRA NK B ABNARD  Brick and Stone Mason  Chimney building a (specialty. Contracts  promptly attended to. Material furnished  when called for.      AH    work   Ronramced,  First  Strcot,  Rovoltsoke Station  -of Fepgu8on  and Ten .Mile.  Cummins & Co. f  GENERAL MERCHANTS  .  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Ever, tiling to ~-c found in & pe__.al store.  Poat Oflice in concoction.  At our TKN-MILE B11j\NCII Etoro  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and all Miners' and Prospectors' Supplies are  kept on hand  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE.  -~-"������~f  Shortest and  Quickest Route   J "  To Yukou and Klondike Gold  Fields?  To Eastern and Europeau points.  To Pacific Coast, China, Japan  and Australia.      .      -     , -     -   -������  TOURIST  CARS   ;   f  models   oE  Run daily: and  are  comfort. "," '  -. Magnificent sleeping and dining  cars on all trains.  - Ttckets-r issued-   through    and-  baggage checked to destination.  ���������_. a,^.-. 1~~M* /���������  Aj j--EsF*'l'i;|  .���������-..-r.'7^\  . -- _-'-%j.*e, I  "*--jJ^vj  -   *tT f'i\A  '.*' .'"-'���������''''��������� _*l-1  -:*%5������d  _V"*,-*-^������|  , -' :  i."" 'VI  ,j-v,"-M-'w*i  ��������� i ' .,   "?������.[  ",'*^'l  Leave RevelBtoke-.   7.-0 a.m. '   5:20 p.m._  for all Kootenay"   8 a.m.  cards,  Daily Trains  Ea.tbound..  Westbound.  Southbound  -points   , Por   information,   time  maps aud tickets apply to  T. W..BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  XV.   F. ���������   Anderson,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  li. J. Coylb, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  . ~"*,'v?.*  * * ; ">sA-  ���������'.. "- >'~ ���������  -?   -   ���������     \    S-*-*-������  'f  i.-J-  ->'"'  y-.v-^ __<:,  ~^i&<J>  . f-, -  1    -   ?-..'  ,-.    .;-,..*.-.  1   - _*~  KilotSlocif  TIME C/\RD  Subject to change without notice.       -  Trains mn on Pacific Standard Time.  GOING WEST D-1I,_ ' OOIHO BAST  8.00 am Leave... ;. Kaalo .Arrive 3:50 p m  8:36am ...South Fork... 3:15pm  9:36am       '    Sproule's....   "     2:15pm  taiaiii      "   ...Wnitenator...   "     ,2:00pm <  10.03am      '     Bear Lake...   "    -1:48pm  10:18a'ni      *    ...McGuigan....   "      l.S3p_i  10:38 am     "    Cody Junction    "     1:12 pm  10-.S)amArrivo.... Sandon Leave 1:00p  ; CODY LINK  I/oave 11:00a in....Sandon....Arrive _l:15a'm  Arrive 11:20am ....Cody Leave 11:25��������� to.  ROBKBT. IUVINO  | GEO.F.COPELAND  O. K. and P. A.       y    Saporlnton ant  The Vepnon Soda  Water Worte . .  M. J* O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Manufacturer of Soda Water. 3r_Ker  Ale, Sarsapriila and aU Soft Drinks.  A full supply kept in etock at Mc*  Cartr'a  Cold Storage, where orders  .  can be left. a~0-sw-tf  L. JI. FRETZ  Contpaetop and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Ouai>ante������d' -  _������������������Ttrau Oaab  eJ.Kepnagl^an  Carpenter  and Builder  Oalce and -Workshop:   Opposite Court  Ilouse, Revelstoke.  Plans, specifications and estimates given on  application. Tbe largest stock of doors, sash,  brackets, turnings, mouldings, base casings,  kiln dried li^orlng. ceiling, and all Inside  finish Is now in Block and will bo offered at  prices never before qnotcd on this tide of  Vancouver. Any one requiring any of tho  above materials will be consulting th'Ir own  intcrcote l>j- gcttlug my p:icva beforo ordering  elsewhere. '< a2r-Dt  '. J<- ���\*.
of Revelstoke.
We t-ki' tlni opportunity nt
the e-ti'l of on.- year's busincs*,
tothnli- \ou for jour kind
],ntr.inti_:t. *o liberally e-Mcnd.
eii Ion*, in the past, and nl*u
wi-h to cull vimr iilti'iillem tn
the. Inn tlmt we !in\" just
received the largest  order nf
Drugs and Chemicals
ever opened in ltoeNlolto,
direct frnifi tlie iiiniuifnctiircr*
ami lmj.'irtcr-', the <|inil!t>" nf
which tti'_--niiriiiiiee.
Our Prices are Right
ami wc Minly to jilcs'c our
cii*tniner .
Our Store
is Open Day and Night
for eli-i-iisinii. ��J^-Wc solicit
until   or<le-r��   inul
prompt attention.
(the   theni
* 0:30 at the Vic. for a sandwich.
* Go to R. Tapping for new potatoes.
P. Me.C'.u thy, Q.C.. of Calgary, was
in town on Thursday.
G. McO.irte'i" rcfiirned on -Monday
ftoin a trip to Golden :ind Bnnil.
J. E. Hooper, of the Lakeview hotel,
Sii-niiions. -.pent Thursday in town.
-V. II. Pool left' yesterday, morning
em a visit to tho Mohawk on Pool
The Bishop- eif New Westminster
went through to Ashcroft from East
Koeitenny on Thuisdiiy.
Mr. Manuel, of the linn of -Manuel
��V: Rnttiin, mi'ichtints at Donalel, wont
Mitith yp^eidnv morning.
* Beautiful lithograph maps of the
Revi-lstoke Tniui-ite, complete, at the
IIerald ollice.   Price, two hits.
Miss Morgan, who has been visiting
her brother, .1. Morgan, for soin'c.
lime, left on Monday for lho east.     i
Billy White, who is in charge of the
Waverley pack  train, came  down   on
"-Tlmr-flny euid  ret urn eel again To work
* Valuable business properties on
McKenzie and < Campbell Ave. for sale
at, lnw figures for cash. Apply to
Grogan to Co.
Iko Thompson, formerly of Hill &
Thompson. Fe]_:nse.n. who was in
town on Thursday, left for Sandon
yesterday morning.
Jos.   Little,  who  owns  a  claim   on
T_.ifoi.ne cieek, wis in town  on  Wed
lipsd.-ty    and   brought     in   some line
samples, of steel galena.
W.M.  Brown  and  Frank  Barnaul
drove over the  new   wagon   road  on
-Sunday-to-Ihe-hc-a.l���of��� tlie-Cunyon
with n horse and buggy.
, Last Tuesday's stage brought into
Ashcroft S73,700 in gold of which
802.-00 was from the Cariboo Hydraulic mine, the result of the first cleanup
llii** season.
Me*. _r _. J. D. Graham and Otto Abeling. of the Waverley mine, left yesterday morning for Albert Canyon thence
t<�� the company's property up lhc
north fork.
A recent assay from thee pay streak
in the face of the 'Ko.eberry tunnel
went S114 to the ton in gold, shewing
that the ore is inrrensingin value with
depth. The Cnrnes Creek Consolidated .-ire thinking of sucking up a shipment.
The garden party, which is being
ge>t up in aid of a fund to purchase ii
piano for the kindergarten promises
to be tm enjoyable nifair. It will be
held in the grounds of Mr. II. N. Cnnr-
sier's residence next Tliuitelay t-v��'liins
and every preparation is being made
to lender it a striking success.
Eel. Adair came - down from the
* Adair group on La fori no creek on
Wednesday evening. He is building
���i trail lo the claim .-mil intends tei
start active operations on the Eureka
anil Iron Mask as soon n_> the trail is
finished. The group is ono of the
finest properties in Kootenay.
Harry Field, who recently arrived
from England with his brother, Chas.
Field, formerly of the Senate, returned
this week from a. three week.-' trip
through the lower country and reports' business and mining tlimtigl^
the south as being in a veiy prosperous condition. Mr. Field is gri-atly
please.1 with Kootenay anel Kevelstoke
in particular, and may remain here
and take an interest in its development. Mr. Field was the fiist cyclist
who attempted a trip over the new-
waggon road anel niaile :i-<~iictcs--fiil
i.nc to the head of the Canyon on
"Wediiesdnr last.
Tomorrow is the last day of the
favored nation treaties.
McKinley hns pot fraineel an answer
tti Spain's peace proposals.
The Moses brothers were commuted
for trial for niiutler at. Port Arthur."
Chief Mrllae left l,-i*-t evening for
K.'iinlnops wilh a batch of prisoners.
Mr. 11. llaiiburv and brido icturned
homo yesterday from a lliroi' week's
trip to the reitisl.
The head ullleo of lho Waverley
Alines Co. is being removed to Albert
Canyon temporarily.
Dr. Roddick. nT Montreal, will have
the ele'gree eif Mj.D. e.inf'e'i-re _l em him
by thei Univi'rsit y of Edinburgh.
.Mr. Robert Barber and family, of
South l'dmonlon anived here on last
night's No. 1 em route lo Spokane.
No. 2 this morning struck one of
Bob. Fleming's ponies opposite the
McCarty block and injured it so b idly
that it will have to be shot.
F. McC.irf y Inul a large, pile of cord
woeiel at his slaughter house set. lire to
and burned on the 2.">lh. The police
aro on Ihe track of the perpelrnloi.s.
Mr. B. Mclntyre, C. P. 1*. passenger
brakesman on thu Donald-Medicine
II.it run, paid friends in llevelstoke' a
'lying visit lust nighl, leaving again
this morning.
.1. Kcrnaghan has-received the contract, for the erection of all the buildings at the Wave.ley mine, and in the
com so of a few days will be hiring a
gang of men for that work.
.Tames Gill to Co. have secured in lho
east the services of a first class dry-
goods salesman who will be here to
(ake charge of Hint department when
the film's new goods arrive.
* CAicxi-S Crreic Consolidated Geilel
Mines. A block of stock in tliis promising mining concern is now on the
market in lots to suit everybody.
Now is the time lo got in on the
ginnnd floor.   Apply to Grogan to Co.
The avei.-.ge value of the Le Roi ore
is -"30; of the War Eagle. $20. Tho
Cnrnes Creek Consolidated is working
in a lead on lhe Rose bet ry which gives
a steady value of over $00. They
have gtit onu of the biggest gold properties in Koolenay.
Win. Abrahamson leceived on S.il-
urd.iy last, the contr.ii t. to build an
addilinn to the school house and lo
raise the olel building anil put a foundation under it. A gang of men ;uc
now tit work anil the material i. being
hauled to lhe ground.
Mrs. A. Ecknion, who underwent a
painful and delicate operation a fow
i-'tys.igo, with four doctors iu "attendance, was resting soincwh-it easier this
morning. .Mis. D.ihl, her mother, of
Elliorii, M'aii.. arrived em Thursday
'night, hnviiig been wired for.
James Morgan, brother of Joe Morgan, came in from Vancouver on
Wednesday with a gang of tin en men
who will have charge of the coaling ol
engines and cms at lhe C. P. R. co.il
.-.heils-. The parly will cimini.nce work,
at Ihu beginning of (he week.
XV. Bieiinan, the , popular tonsorial
artist at lhc Hotel Revelstoke, is
moving his shop iuto one of the hand
some rooms in the new adilition to the
hotel jus,, completed. lie has onu of
the ��� -I-oken's     11 .chratcel  . hydraulic
The Toi onto Globe contends that
the Dominion has no right to inlerfei.
with the sale of Ontario's limber.
chairs, the only one in town, and has a
first-class shop all round. See his card
in another column.
Tho services tomorrow in theMetho-
dist church will beheld at the usual
hours'. The pastor will preach in the
morning on "Right methods of Giving." In lhe evening the pulpit will
be occupied by Rev. J. R. Aikenhead,
of King St. Methodist church,Toronto.
A cordial invitation is extended to
strangers in the city.
Mr. Jonathan Teaver. M.E., at one
tinicn piominent. mining man in New
Siiul'u Wnli"., was in town nn Wednesday. He hael been down to
Reisslaml and Nelson em a trip of
iiiipecLii.ii of the lower country, of
which he formed n high opinion. lie
went on tu Vancouver where ho has
i'.-tablisheel an oilier: anil intends to
give Kevelstoko some ."itlmition on his
return in a fow days.
New post office regulations went,
intei ell'erl July 1st. The Department
has issued posters asking that the
name and n.ldiess of the writer or
sender be placed on the upper left
hand eoi ner of all envelopes or wrappers. This being done instead of mail
matter being sent lo the elead-letlr'r
oflice it will be icturned to t ho sender.
Now is your (inn* to get your envelopes I'.iiutPil neatly nndt hcnply. Tlie
HrJUjM.n can supply you wilh printed
envelopes or wrappers on the shortest
The repair.-, :uul alterations to the
Colnmbi i Ilnu.-i-, which have been in
pi ogress for some lime, are ju.t about
completed, and whi'ii finished will
place this popular house: ����� lining lhc
best in Noith KriDtenay. Tlie- \\ Ihj!."
of Lhe interior has been thoionghly
eiveihauled, lc-paiiileil anil ie-papeieel
Ihieiiighont and pie-cuts a clean and
eotnfoi table appearance'. The pio-
priclois, Mes-is. Biown tinel Pool,
liavc sp��iI'd neither timo nor nieiiiey
in making it. fiist-ilasi. in eveiy
sped, and with an eye single to
louif'.'il of their guests-.
The unslcl way to oleiu nut lenv-
Ing*. ii to innii> tlii'in, or gel iheni
nil logclliur, sliiili the profit*, off the
price iui.1 itiiii your friends n
eliiinee. Thnt'.-. v,lint wc lire lining
now in fhoullli) Curlniiis, Muslin
Curtain*,, Tinsel Ciirliiln", Chenille
Tnlile Covers, .Iui>iine>se Minting;,
liugi, I'lilou (,'nrput.*.. Stnlr I'nrpi't*.,
Window Winds, Ciirtniii I'd lei nml
Trimming-*, Willi l~ii|'t*r**���tliu leav-
Inirs* nf n season's *,nles roumlee! up
to be rlil of before Invoicing, j\.iij;ii*t
l."i. I'rlee positively eut*. no llgure.
Don'l  ml**,  tlih   i-linnee  the.se fen-
HOWSON   &. CO.,
McKenzie Ave.
Buy Fruit
j and Groceries
Thnt arc, good. We probably
lune the In:*l stud. In town.
Our fruit business litis inei-onsetl
lo Mich priiimrlInul llint i\e
ha.ctt nrrl.liig dully, thus liu-
I'KOM im; fresh, nnil we giiarnuluc it's
��� liinllty. Our prices for n.utu.
titles��� for I'liuiilng purpose���
are positively lhe lnwi'stln llie
Kuoteiiiiy. gTtf- ^1 "il eirdeis
proniiitly lllleel.
Hutchison <&r- Co.
_ *.-.-
Agent I'or the
i3~~~Aii~~~~~a ia_sr
Right On
do from store to store, examine
tlie goods, ihen price tlicm. After
jou lmve Ijclmi till nroutid vou'll
find von can liny lhe IH'.feT mnl
ClIJZAI'KSr. in, onr line, irom ns.
Wo "-ell nothing but the very bObt
of the following:
j\ fre-h nn'1 complete slock nt
cut prices. A choice line of elrleil
nml ewiporntcd fruiti : cnnneil
pond, of every elescriptleui; choice
elnirv nml creamery butler ; ejeRs ;
fliigriinl teas anil eoftec-i j the be*t
brnnils of tiour on the mnrltet;
Ire-li fruit of every kind arrives
ilaily; vegotnblcs.
..��� -    Hats .
Xo part of ninn-r-i attiro tletrncts
from or ndtls* to his pcr.��ounl ap-
iicurnn.'e one-halt ns inueli ns his
II AT. It is the finishing touch to
the perfect num. If >on unnt the
jirojicr thing in the hat line, straw,
*-tifi oi felt, properly htte.1 to your
head, call nntl see u**.
Sntistnetory shirts ; thill's the
kind of shirts mo sell here. Sntis-
fnctnr-.' in thnt Ihey look well, i\ ear
iielliiiul fit nell. Ilolil their color
'too. In patterns Hint nre tip to
��� date nnel sivl_.li, without bsuiR too
loin'.. " Wnrui " effects too. Wo
have them in colorings to suit nil.
Flme" bought of u--  r.re  TT_oiler.ii,
pliillilCi fciVlMl lllltl   IOW   IS   IMCU'K.
We carryall tlichitoit iio*,?Ujl"> in
f-HOi>���IinpO", fancv upper-, and
all that. Pro-poctorS and othcr_-
shoultl uxmnineoiir <*hOu stock.
Miners and pm<,j-o--tr;r-)-
oatfitted on short notice.
All parties Indebted to me arc rer{-ic.*t_!rl to
sc .tie their ftpconnt* oojore The ."ith of A��?u-t.
After then pIi Ull- viH l>e placed In the bind*
-C�� *V "0|T(-<ttOr "T*a\ TT^t^~t>ct *~,?��*r._~/wi   -      __.	
Application For Land.
Xoiir. i�� herebv jriven thnt CO elays after elate
I intond to applv"to Ihe Chief Commi-sloner of
Lands nnd ivories for permi^iion to pure-hn*"
320 acre��, more or ics��, of iirisurvi.-y.-l land,
part of which ivn"formerly preempteel but now
abandoned by _.-ehH!<! Lc'.cquc and cituatc
on Downie Creek, Bile Bend <listrict olid de-��-
I'rllic. ns fnllon.: Co_nme-_eiiis ut �� 7-i't H
:*. E corner of Ke-rKii-'On''* land, iniirkt-d .N' K.
thence north Sei clinin��, iben'e ��w 40 edialn*
tlience-outh SO clialn<, tht-uce east 40 chains,
couiniiiiii^ ,v_."0 acres, more or le��t*.
'".I.O. Ij.lFOr.MK.
Etevelstoke, II. C, Jnno0,18i��. elnu��0
Advertisement for Creditors.
In tlio citato of Thorn..* Wnllace-. deccnvel:
Take notice that all perwui linvItiK clalm-
flf-ftilist the e-ilatc of Thoma- Wallace, late of
lhe unvn ol It.-eelstoiie, I!. C, ilce-cnu-el, aro
nn or before the 2l)ili day of jMisus',. ]��!��,
to semi by y.i.st prcpnl.1 to the- unili'rsliji-"I,
i'ollclton for the Kxi-",i(or, A. ��.. I'r.ipps, K_ q���
tiielr C'lirl-tltin nnd Mirriaiae, aJt.lre*.sc*t and
��� li-irrlnilon*'. the full partleulari o" their
diilm.'ii. tnicment of tlieir acrouiiti- and the
nntiire of the seejurltles (If any) hold by them.
Muted the 27th dny of July AM., It/..
White .t Scott,
ItevctFtokc. Ii.'".
" solicitor? for the K-<-c;ttc.r.
General Store
in a noun i_isi:*n
For Sale
The stock in trade of n first class jiononil
store for sale'at a bnTi(ftlii. This Klure Is Ihe
onlv one in the town, nud Is lhc oulflltliii;
sleu'e for n number of ���ciuiips in the I'lsh (Jrcek
country. Tlie proiirietor Is obliged to yo eu.l
nnd I. therefore di'sirous to sell.
I'or further pnrtieulnr. applv lo
Tluinison'*. IjiiiiiIIiik.
l'his is n good opportunity for n live, cnei--
Ijelli' mini.
Candies and _ -, Cigars and
Confectionery. Tobaccos.
All kinds, of Sha.ini; -Interial
Kept in stock nnel for sale to the
Trade.   Trieos right.
Bath Room in Connection,���Hot or Cold.
Phop opposite	
Cmi-dn Drug ���!_ llook Co.'s store.
Gents' Furnishings
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps and
Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and
Fancy Articles, Patent Medicines, Etc.
2=OST   OFPIC~3 "STOBB,   __E--_3V___1Ij_31,0____-3 -* _3. C.
!__:____? f.i
��P__r.  -"flS-'ij  i^-x    :L____-
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.
Dclivcrotl fresh every day and don't  rtu
your-iClf over n burning stove.
A nice new" lino nt exceedingly low price:,
Fainter and
First Street East. Revelstoke Station'
Graining, Paper Hanging, ITnril Wood nnlsl:
mg, House Painting in ptl   UrnncJiet,,
Cnrr.nge I'atntiiiul Clft-i'ng, -tc.
Tlie F. i:. Piper Co. hn\e now on hand
First Cla*s jlrick nt right i'i ices.
Iiitcniling b-.i-.lder*.  would elo well to
cull nnii evaiiiiue.
, Brick yard jr._*t north ol the Gun Club
ground!,. -
Mail orders promptly attended to
Prices or. application.
The F. E. Piper Co.,
���-��� =-j=^=- ^^Revelstoke���Bf-Cv-
Clothing', Boots and Shoes.-
Men's Furnishings, Carpets,
and   House Furnishings., Etc.
Wo liti'vu on lhc wtiy..Iicri_! a full and complete stdck nl' , ���    'i mi '   I ifi
\ Infants'   Wear, Etc.
Our inlcntion h.ul liceti  not to <>;ei  into this branch until next -.prinf., but linvinp- constantly
tiskcd  for these  lines, thus  assuring  n.*> itmple pali'0ii:ip;i!, wc hnvo purchased from the largest
thu most complete range of
dry goods, house in Canada
th.-il will ever have liei-n brought to Ri-volstol.e.. The traveller, from Monlreal hns been with, ns
ti week, .-md our sc-li'clieins htive.bi'un cariil'iilly. nimle. ."SVntch your local paper., for ample' milieu
of our Di y Goods' Openinj_r. .which will bu in abuut two wcoks. Assuring you of our bust services
nt  all times, nnil thanking yen for your  liberal pall on.igc
TJ^ITILiO^j   BLOCK,    2-_:OICE__rsrZITi]   _A._VE2srTTE.
sbauch: : . SROO-_c__.~_r__r, J3.a.'
Sheriff's Sale.
P.v virtue of 11 writ of c .edition N-ued out of
llieVupreme'Court of Uritish I'e.luii'.biii cn the
,'ith dnvof July ISIS In nn nctic-n wherein The
Iinpcrl-l-iiii_"f Cf-nnda were plnltniff- nnd
the Arrowlicnrt ?a\v and I'lHiiitig Mills Coni-
piitiv Limited were elcfenelnnts in the sun-, of
$>I77 :'l anel costs etc. nnd of n wnrr-nt of cc-
ecntlon I-siicd out of the Count*- Court of
Kootenny nt I'.cvol-tnke on the nth (Iny of July
l,_._, wlicrelti theiiftiel Iinpcrlnl Bunk of Cnnndn
were plaintiffs- nnd the .Irronliend ""n- nnd
I'lnninc .Mill Limited were defendants in the
sum of ��t",l.."i0 nud costs etc., etc. r Iin*. e so./cel
llie property of the snid ilofentlnnts non-.e-d
ludoiv- I'tid ��ltv.U .sell the. "nine bv public miction
011 the null dny of August, lew, at la n'.-loclc
noon nt the iind Arroivliend Snw nnd I'lnnme
Mills Com pan v irjimlted) nenr Arrouhend 11.C
or so iniieh thereof a.* v.Ill i*ati��fy the snl.!
judgment debts, co-it-i. Interest, sheriff's f,.-t
pun ndiige, ete. unless the ninounts are .noner
Pa,d- " WO&tta.
Tnvi-iitorv referred to nbove:���Onemi'.l b-nld-
for-nw mill with ciiKinc hemic, nnd ��ftsh nml
door factory nttnehed, 1 (Iry kiln, 1 h"n*k*unilli
sh'iii nnd t'.'ol*", imvil, forRcand bellow, therein
I hn'irdi-g house,:! lodpini; hoinc,b'inle be,tuns,
BfrMine t_ ei'torv buildings occupied as re "I*
denies. 1 horse slnlilc, 7 'work horses, lmrnc""
snd v.iiKot.s, nlso nil the lnai-Innery anel rnw
mill nnel factory plnnt of every kind mid
eie*-crn,tiein in nnei about lbe ��nid building .
inr-1 lufiiif_r '_>eiiKlncs,'2 li(iller*>,1 plnn'-r, 1 -tle'ker
I ripsaw, 1 inorliscr, 1 baiid'aw, I rlrruliir i-n.v,
I siinrtiii? mnclilne. initre ninchlnc I latlie, 1
I.,non. 1 shiiit-'le mill, 1 lnth mill nnd bolter, I
fnn and Iii-nl'-r. vlinriinj? belts- nnd nil tools
ninl in eonncrlion ulth said siuv nnd j.laninK
mill   nnel   factor... 1  steam   launch   (.ml row
>'or I'rescrvinij fresh anil good
Vegetables. Canned nml Dried Fruits.
Il|sj*nlt*t In (.'rent *.aricly.
e;nr'Ien -tufrs of all klml..-
Undertaking and Embalming
R.  Kov.son & Co.,
Mackenzie Ave.
-wholesale and Retail Dealer in I-urniture.
IjISKi- WH.ST r)FI.,\~CBStTJ'KltiriH
Oflico of the Traffic tAnnfgrr, Wlnnlpoj;, Juno
22nd, IS93
In effect until Sopteinber 20th.
The- followhif; round rnte . will be in effect:^
Snnelem to Itosebery and return , 7,'jc
Three I-'ork-! to I'c.pcherv nnd return . ��ir
.ell on S'r.lurdny-ind .Sunday, limit to return
lhe following dnv'.
llevelstoke lo Unle; on Spring" PH
Handon        " ' "       :f B."'
j!oh��on        " " "      �� '���'
~*'el<nii        "v" " "      " .'W
Sloe-nn City ' "      1 '���!'<
Trail " " "           "On
lto��-lniid     " " "         " *!���>
Kaslo "��� " "      9 "
Ainsworll  "       8 2(1
Xow Dem it " "      ;* ���"-">
Ticket" to llnlcjon springs nre good  for _!0
Traffic Manager
~\~olice is herebv given that two months after
elate'the f~ii-sliirie-imiteri, ii company incorporated under the _-_uj.li_li Companies Ai'tsmul
licen.sed to enrrv on biisliiess in the rrovinee
Chief Commissiouei" ot La-.i'Is and Work* for
permission to purchase 17.111 (scienteen and
i:.10O) neres of lnnd situated in Kootenav District, eoinmeneiiiij nt a post marked "Initial
Tost North Wept corner fcinisliiiie Limited" ml-
joiniiig the en-it*,Ide line of thu Union Minernl
Claim (Trout l.nke Mininu Division) at '��� point
lW feet from the north enst corner of such
claims, thence* north oil 1I015. enst for IBM feet
thence soul h ',','i ,\eit. "9 min. ea*t for 1101 _! feet
thence south 58 deft. 21 mill, ue-l for ISS.8 feet,
tlience north -ill des.."it! mill. ��e*t tor 11151 feet,
coiittiiiiiiit- 17.i:i neres more or less.
EllGAIl.t.   IlKS.SKlT.
(Junernl Mannscr.
.Inly 2fi, 1S93.
!___-?_!,= _SJ>j''~ /fc~t>-n2_:-^i>/r^JS,*^(fJ_��^".t'?^~~M
4V0J        - - -   _ -    CT^-S
Ferguson    s
(V/^itiiiiitiimmiiiiiniitiiiisiiii.iiii ,1-msiinH an'
V^       Fer'guion, B. C " The Centra       'j.i
Cclf      of the Lard.au Minoo " ,.*   ]b?
I?/*- lll.*EIPltllllllllllllll*:U3��4|;LEIIEIIIIItlllllllllllBI'lll     ^
Best   Accommodation
in the   Lardeau.
��"�� Rates   S2.00   Per Day.
&%       Dave   Ferguson,   Prop.
Just what you require to keep your house cool and keep
put, the flies. We can ftb you out in anything in this line.
Sluel wire mosquito netting from 15 cents per yard. Spring
hinges and door pulls for screen doors, 25 cunts per set. Coal on
stoves, single unci double burners. The celebrated Blue Flame
oil stove.s.      Prism liquid paints always on hand.
BUSINESS���~- ' ,
And   lhe   Entire   Stock will   be  sold  AT COST and UNDER
will   be  sold
Insurance, Commission and   Mining
Brokers,   Calgary, Alta.,
Ajjent"  for th" Cjui-fn  Hre InHtirnnce Co., of
j\ir,. rlca.
Iteprc-Tited by XV. Morris, Kcvclstokc.
You nre re-nuctetl to look over my
Fclect stoe-k of	
An e.Tccllcnt stock at low prices.
Tobnecoi. Clear*. Soft Refreshing Drink.-.,
Stntloiicry, Novels, .Inpnncsc Curiou, I~tc.
Chas. J. Aman
200 Men's Suits
250 Pairs of Pants
50 Overcoats
- 23 Pea Jackets
25 Boys' Suits
23 Pairs Boys' Pants
tment. we require all our time nnd space for this business, and as
. we nre selling the entire stock without profit, everything must be sold
or Cash.
Come at once, or you may miss a chance in a lifetime.
This is no fake **tile.   Everything must go.   No more stock will be boughl;
so come early and have the choice of the full outfit.
SH0P dtiST EAST 0F F. M'GARTY'S Bl20eK.-
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