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 ������' cxu^tU^  /  -ISSTJEID   TWIOE-A-WBBK - WEDNESDAYS    JLJUTJD   SATTJBDAYS-  Vol. II.    No. 47.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1S9S.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  -  t *  Some...  Advertisements  Remind you of an" empty  wagon goin������ down hill, the  lighter the load the greater  the   noise'.      We~ are   not  smarter   than other people,  our money wont  buy goods  cheaper thati other people's  money, people.don't buy our  ���������  goods because .ve claim they  , aro worth *double Avhat we  cask for thera, they buy them  on   their  merits and   they  know what they see in our  ads. is so. - -  j  Performance  Follows  Promise  in this store -ju_>t as J surely  \ f", as night-  _bllu.~~s  day.. No  .    haphazard- advertising, but  'store-news faithfully carr'ad  out-'      Our   ads   faithfully  mirror    our    'merchandise.  -What we say is so, and the  people  believe   in   us.      A  Btoie'and publicpulling.thus  -.together are-boundJ to be_oJ.  mutual benefit to.each-other"  '- Eveiy department" is filled  - ��������� with excellent values. Will  j-ou come" and investigate.  C. B. Hume  & Co.  HAVE RECEIA'ED SEVERAL  CARLOADS OF  Staple Groceries,  Flour and Feed,  And are in a position to quote  THE   BROOKLYN  Reported  Sunk  By  Shell  a Spanish  WATER SUPPLY  IS CUT OFF  PRICES   that are  bound to sell.  Full Lines of Hardware  Full Lines of Crockery  Prospectors^!   Miners!  Come and, see what we've got in your  line. Wc make a specialty of this trade,,  anil pan nt jou out quickly."nnil 'at righ't  prices. ' _ '  Agents for ;..:.  No Coal at Port Said for Camara���������His  Voyage Dus to a Secret Understanding:    With   Germany���������Major-Garrett,  . Military Governor of the Philippines,  Sailed���������The Postal Conference���������The  Quebec International Convention.  Special to the Herald.  - Sibonty, Province of Smith-go de  Culm, June 29.���������It was reported last  night on apparent good authority  that the water supply nf Santiago de.  Cuba bas beon cut oil. If this is true,  the city is at our mercy. .  Kingston. Jamaica. June 550.���������The  Spanish consul here has received a  cablegram from Santiago saying that  the cruiser* Brooklyn has heen sunk by  a Spanish bhell.  SjVN Francisco. June 30.���������Major-  General Garrett, sailed yesterelay for  the Philippines, whero he is appointed  military governor. .  .  Cairo,'.! uno 30.���������The Egyptian government has- positively -i-ef.i.sed to  allow Camara to coal at Port Said.'  - London,-June 20 The postal conference, for which Hon. Mulock, 'postmaster geneal of - Canada, ih in'Eng-  land, opened at noon on -Tuesday at  the Westminister Palace? Hotel. "The  firoeeedings were ' private. - Mulock  limself is 'reticent, liiit-" Canadian  circles here express a hope that he is  empowered to impress on the Imperial  Minstry the necessity of their conceding the three rent rate, from Canada  to the Old Country. y  London, June'80.���������Cattiara received  his orders to proceed to Manila,'it is  believed- in consequence of a secret  understanding 'hetweeu Spain 'and  Gerinany.-. - .,"'..  THE SWING OF VICTORY  Giarit Powder  XX'c have at our magazine. at Revel-toke anil  Thomson's T-ancl!ii������, u complete stock of explosives, caps anil fuse, for -.ale at ������holesale  anil retail.       _  THE GIANT POWDER CO.,"  - Victoria, B. C.  C. B. Hume & Co.,  Agent-,   I~e.elsto���������c  Station, and Trout  Lake City, B. C.  -maii'JJ.i.inrTo-  ,",-, A ->ln e wil u hiisi ness.  rotito" -Who,~HvhiltV~rl:ra"v~elTftig Wound  Kootenay- Inst- week., -iia'n.-.ged1 tei  strike Mr. Turnei's meetings at alums!  every point, anel whe.'was. of com-so~a'  purely hulepenilent witness, gave_ his  opinion t������ a Hbrald mnn. without  even knowing which side of the* house'  he was on. tlmt the current of foe-ling  through Kootenay is running in favor  of the Turner government.  \  A lew pairs of those 3 yard  ~iace_cu"rtainsieft-at.$liper pairr  1000. yards' of- prints, good  pattern?,'usual price 10 cents,  noAvo7������ cents..  Ladies'   print    and- muslin  blouses,  regular $1.25 for $1,  SI.50 for ������1.25, $2 for  .1.75, a  fe-v regular pcice 1.75 and 1.50  - for one dollar.  A full line of ladies' white-  weai.  Five pieces colored cashmere, regular 35c��������� .will dear  at 2oc,  Five pieces colored dress  goods, 40 in, wide, regular 35c  and  to clear at once 25c per  '& Go.  House Furnishings  Just received direct frcm Scotland.  Carpets  goods   will    be  liberal discount  per yard,  All dress  offered at a  for cash,  OUR TOWELL SPECIAL  Ten dozen, all pure   linen,  to clear at "5c.  There is a golden opportunity to secure dry goods and  furnishings at great bargains  from one of the finest and  largest stocks in Revelstoke  Bourne  Bros...  If you - III conic aud look at our.  BRUSSELS    TAPESTRY    WOOL    Maori  japanese rugs and squares  wool squares  floor rugs  cocoanot math  A'ou will lie pleased.   And don't forget that we  have a  FulJ Range of Linoleums  Also LACE CURTAINS, ART MUSLINS,  TOWELS and TOWELLING, BLEACHED  and UNBLEACHED TABLE LINEN,  Etc., Ete.  Fire in a Blacksmith's Shop.  The alarm of fire wasraised Thursday  morning while most people xvere. just  settling down lev the* enjoyment of  their dinner. The* alarm proceeded  from McMahon's .-blacksmith's shop'  on First street and both lirigades  were quie-kly on their "road to tln.  scene. No. 2 lieing nearest nnd having no hill toclimh got there first and  soon snceeded-iii arresting-the-flumes.  mil No. 1 arriving all danger'was soon  a thing of .the* past. The building wns  hadly scorched. /  ' '  * Notice.  ...  The party owning the rubber used as a brick  hat at the concert in my ball on the 2Sth of  June may have the pair by calling on  r:tappikg.  NOTICE  Electoral    District     of West  Kootenay   Revelstoke  ^ -     Riding.,  Dry Goods  A fine assortment.  Bcots and Shoes  Biggest and best assortment in the town  And remember to ask to see our lines of  Straw and Felt Hats  We will sell at rock bottom prices, and will  try to please you.  C. B. Hume & co.  Kevelstoke Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City, B.C.  TO WIT:  PUBLIC NOTICE la hereby given to the  Electors ol the Electoral District aforesaid,  that a Poll has become necessary at the Election now pending for the same, and that I  have granted such Poll; tbat the persons duly  nominated as candidate*! at the said Election  and for whom only votes will be received,  are,��������� ' ;l  James M. Kellie, of Revelstoke,  Miner.  William  White, of ReAelstoke,  Barrister-at-Law.  And further that polling stations have been  appointed at:  The Government oflice, Revelstoke.  The Government office, Nakusp.  The Police station. Burton City.  The Post office, Fire A'alley.  The Sanitarium, Halcyon Hot Spring...  The Prospector's Exchange,Thomson's Landing.  The Government office, Trout Lake City.  Humeri Restaurant, Ferguson.  The Government oflice, Comaplix.  The Forrester's Hall, Arrowhead.  The French Creek Company's oflice, French  Creek.  John D. Boyd's residence, Boyd's Ranch.  M. M. Buchanan's residence, Carnes Creek.  The Post Office building, Albert Canyon.  A. L. Stewart's residence, Illecillcwaet.  Tbe Section Houuc, Glacier.  MR. KELLIE AND THE MINER  Another Case Where the  Vein  of  His  Friendship Pinched Out.  In an article' on Monday the IlKltALl.  gave an instance where Mr. Kellie's  love for thu workinginen of Revelstoke  was not rohtistjenoiigli to prevent him  leaving Iheni to work on a government  job for the* Chinese wages of a dollar  and a half a dav. On Tuesday we  shewed lhat his all'ectiiiii for tho work-  iiigme'ii of Fish Creek did not prevent  his sciuanduring $4,000 of their money  on a bridge and wagon road, which  they did not want, which was and is  to this day of no earthly use to them  and of which tho only possible object  c-ould have*, been to divert, the Trout  I_ake traffic from Thomson's'Landing  to "Lardeau," in" which townsite Mr.  Kellie was a sixth part owner. -   -  But Mr. Kellie's efforts lo force  "Lai"dc*au"'as their trade centre upon  the working men���������i~f Pish Creek with  their own nioiiey.did not stop at the  Townsite bridge1 and wagon road.  '���������Lardeau"-was on'onesideof tho creek  the. claims were nil, with one or two  trifling exceptions on the olher. The  miners wanted the side on which lhe  claims are to lie opened *ip. But that  would have brought the trade to  Thomson's Landing. Mr. Kellie' accordingly in spite of every protest and  appeal from the men most interested  and in spite of the fact that the Landing side of the'ereek presents as good,  if not a hette'rdine for the const ruction  of a trail orroiid.'delpriiiiiied to force  them to tiavel on-tlie* "���������L-irduau" side  in older to reach their claim _.  -In 1S92 the Fi-di"Creek and  Uleuille-  waet.tr.iil had ,been,   as  we shewed,  constructed fronr'the L-inding. crossing Mie ei-eek a mile and a half away  by Thomson's" bridge, and so up  the  creek to its headwateis.    This was a'  pioneer trail, built to give access to'-ii  part of the country, then only slightly prospected. ��������� rn" __-."> ,i small grant  was aske'd for to clctir up and' fix the  first mile anil a half of tins'trail .from  Thomson's-Landing    to    Thomson's  Bridge.    Bitt'Mr. Kellie could' not  see  the tiecessity?of this grant at, all. ' On  the contrary-he^, maintained   that   it  would be too" expensive   an  operation  to fix this mile and a lialf of  trail   at  all. uneT that it"woulil lie cheaper in the  long run to'build'ahove five miles of a  new trail running from' "Lardean"' to  connect, with the.Fish Creek and  Illecillewaet trail-higher up.   . What, was  the good of "patching up trails running  -hitil Thoihsm.*-. J Landing'-"-.'anyhow,  when: Mr.   Kellie -.had   muile   up ,'Kis  mind to,wipe*.Thomson'.. . Lainling  off,  the  map*of   Brifi"h ..Columbia.      He  pretty near got   there* too. as nnylwidy  ran see for himself, who will .take  the  trouble   to   look   at   the government  map      op*    Kootenay.      -There - ' is  ���������'LARDEAU.'-'     very    big   and    t.he  wagon   mad-" shown  starting from it  ���������md-running  all ' round    Thomson's  landing, which is shown  very small  and in its wrong place, and  ge'iing on  through to Ticiut Lake City.     With  this idea in his he>nd it was not likely  that Mr. Kellie was going to listen  to  any folly of the-Fish Cieek working  men. asking him to fix a mile and n  half of trail,   which   started  from    a  place which the great Kellie* hud doomed     to    destruction.      "That    would  cully    be     tin owing   away    money.  So he said it would cost more to clear  up lhis mile and a half of trail than lo  J ni 1 Id -fly tu 11 i 1 e>-_o f_a_n ejv_trai 1.start in g  from " Lurdenti "and running along  the " Lai den u" side all  the way.  and  he, as a matter of f.-ict.' directed  the  expenditure of $5~i0 that year on  the  new    trail.      Unfortunately  for   his  argument that it would cost move to  fix up lhe old trail than  tn build this  new     one,   some   half  dozen   of the  obstinate Fish  Cveekers,  who would  not listen to reason, turned themselves  loose and in one day's work cleared up  tho old trail and travelled on it and  have been travelling on it ever since.  However, they did  it  Iiy   theie own  labor and at their own  expense,  nnd  Mr. Kellie took the $550 and built the  trail to " Liu-dean " with government  labor  and   at    government expense,  That  is  where   a    ���������' working   men's  friend"  can   get   the  bulge  on   the  working men, when he is a member of  parliament, every time. '  But Mr. Knlhe is not the man to he  content wilh a trail.' In 1806 the  country had been pretty well prospected and it was quite appareut that  ll ! t      l*t_.     __���������      fl ~1 _._--  wealth of Fish Creek ncccslibit* to lhe  water cominiiuiciilioii of the lake ami  the .outside world. AVIi.U nru still  mere nrospeetH would have been mines  and wliat are still only prenn ising chinus  would now be chipping ore, nnd llu*  miners and working mnn who are still  working away, hoping fur a change,  and thi'inselves construcling the trails  which Mr. Kellie should have used t.he  government money to build, would be  now enjoying thu well eiiinecl reward  of their labors and privations.,- Tliis is  the charge whicli t.he IIi-'hai.') in thu  name of the" working men of Fish  Creek brings against Mr. Kellie. and  which it challenges him to answer. lie  asks why should * not ihe people in  Fish Creek have roads and trails the  same us anybody else, if they want  them. The answer is thnt. uniler Jlr.  Kellie's direclion they have not got  them where Ihey want them at all and  the reason why they have* not got  them where they want them is because  where they want them is nut wheie  Mr. Kellie wants theni.  Working men and minors is a man  with this record your friend ? Can you  trust, him? Do you want to see him  bossing you- here any more? Mr.  Kellie may slake aunt her townsite  in another part, of this riding some  day. Do you wint to give him another lead pipe cinch,over your lellnw  miners and working men ?" Mr. Kellie  can talk. He says lie is your friend.  But his reeoid talks louder and gives  him the lie in his teeth.  FEELING AT NAKUSP  Unmistakably Shown on Thursday���������  The Premier Declares His Intention  of Taking Up Protection for Silver  Lead Ores With the Dominion and of  Abolishing the Tax on Working  Miners.  Nakusp, July 1���������The meet ing held  here last night was unmistakably  the worst, frost Mr. Kellie has  yet. encountered, for from first to last  Pi-omiei Turner had the audience with  hiin. He clearly defined the position  and intentions of the government and  declared liis'intention of at once Inking up with the Dominion the* mailer  of duties on silver lead ores, with the  object of devising a plan by subsidy or  otherwise of reopening the smeller  and doubling the. prosperity of the  Slocan mines. As to the uiiners' tax.  its abolition had never yet been "recommended by tho mining cominillee  of tlie House, yet. what be had seen in  Kootenay, further convinced him that,  something should bu done, and lie  therefore proposed lo exempt the  workcis in-metalliferous mines from  the tax unless they become prospectors  and     locators.    In    other   words he  Mark Your Ballot Thus.  -   That Convention      -- - ���������*  To the Editor of the Herald.  Slit: When I attended Mr. kellie's  meeting here a week ago last Monday  I. was greatly impressed by- the eloquence of the ihnirnia.il -on the composition and procedure of the convention,1 which nominated Mr. Kellie us  the opposition candidate.  " From north, so'nth. east and west,"  said Mr. Nettle, " the delegates came,  thirty-nine good men and true, every  one of them furnished with credentials  from properly attested niuel nigs of  oppositionists in their respective polling plates." (Roars of 'applause from  the b ick benches). This was very fine  and impressive. Coiisequenlly I was  rather amused  the  other day,  when  visiting    Nakusp, -lbe* second   most.  important point to ItevelsTeike. in the  riding, to learn that no one there had  ever heard of any meeting_lo appoint  _ delegate to tho opposition convention, anil that the prevailing impression there is that one individual, a  Dominion government oilicial, held a  meeting, "all by his lonesome,"  appointed himself delegate and wired  his vote for Kellie to the convention.  Hoping this little point may prove of  interest.  One Who Was KNETTLiin.  A SUCCESSFUL TOUR  The Premier Leaves for the Coast  After Holding a Series of Ten Meetings in Kootenay and Receiving an  Enthusiastic Welcome Everywhere���������  Greatly Encouraged by the Results,  of the Trip.  Afler addressing attentive audiences  at. Silverton   on   Thm_duy   afternoon  and at Nakusp in the evening Premier  Turner on Friday   morning completed  bis lour of   the Kootenay,   and  took  boat from Nakusp for thecoastinteiid-  ing to ailehess one more meeting at  Kniiiloops this afternoon, and toreach .  home cm   Sunday   evening.    He   lias,  held meetings al" Revel-toke.  Nels-on,-  Rosslniiil. Tiail,  Kaslo,   Sandon,   New".-  Denver,  Slocan   City.   Silverton    nnd!'  Nakusp. and at each" and  every  place  has received   entliusiaslic  assniaiiL-es    ���������  of lhe increa.eel popukiritv of his government, and ils policy.    The ine-e***sanL  work has told severely upon his tln-oat ,  but ho  cannot   bnt "feel   abundantly;   -  satisfied w.ith the result   of   his   tour.-"  Tbe iiulic-ilions are  that  AA~c������,t. Knot-,  enay will leturn  at  least   lwo. if not; .  three pledged government supporters.'-  the mineial wealth in it'Iny on the  Thomson's Landing sido of the creek.  But that cut no ice with Mr. Kellie.  He did not permit n little thing like  that to bother him, and in tliat year  the five miles of trail from "Lardeau,"  up Fish Crook, blossomed out into a  waggon road at ..cost of $5,000. Over  that road not ono pound of supplies,  not one pound of ore has ever been  hauled by a waggon, and the only  team ever seen on it were those employed in its construction. "Lardeau"  turned out a wildcat. The lake floods  the townsite every year. In 1896 the  last resident.the hotel proprietor, after  living all summer above high water  mark tn the bedrqpnis of the bouse,  left the country stone broke, and  nothing remained hut the recorder'*  office, whicli had tei be reached by  boat. "Lardeau" has reverted to its  original condition of a howling Wilderness and the great. Kellie waggon road  begins in a swamp and ends on the tup  of a hill.  Here is .$3550 expended hy Mr. Kellie  of the working men's- moiiey against  their wishes, and in spite of everything that could be done to prevent it.  Add this lo the $4,000 squandered on  the townsite bridge and waggon road  and we get the very considerable sum  of !~-).~_0, which, if judiciously employed on a waggon road on the Thomson's Landing side of the creek, would  have thoroughly opened up the district and rendered the   vast  mineral  The Leading'Store.  Tho opening of the Leading Sloie  by Messrs. James Gill to Co. on Tuesday lust was a most successful affair.  The store is a very spnuioiis - one.  tastefully finished and does credit to  Mr. Kernaglian. the hnilder. Stepping  inside Messrs. .Gill to Co's. store on  Tuesday morning, one nu'l, with a  most agreeable surprise. Uaiely in  the west can be been such a variety  of excellent goods displayed to such  advantage, llow sifter row eif lie.ml i-  ful whito shelving, bristling with fresh  bright goods, here a rosy corner,  draped with tapestry curtains and hung  with Oriental silks, replete with lovely  soft eider down cushions, the sight  of which made one long to spend an  hour or two leclining on such lovely  goods and dream or read a novel.  Tables there were groaning wilh stock  of ready made clothing; further on. a  carpet department, I here were stocks  of carpet in all designs, neatly piled.  Kidderminster rugs. Chinese and  Japanese matting, l'noii-iiins, all of  which fairly did one's '.'j-ei good to  look upon. Men's neckties are* theie  in endless variety and so tasty lhat  intending pnrchaseis could scarcely  decide ou one or two, but simply  wanted to take the whole lot. When  such stores as Messis. Gill & Co.'s  spring into existence, and illicit*!' such  excellent management, it really makes  mie realize the fact that the span  between east nnd west is growing  small indeed.  would put theni on the same basis "as.  coal miners. Regaiding the mortgage  tax the'Government had evidenced  their desiie to see justice clone hy  appointing a commissioner to devise a  businesslike adjustment of the dilTi-  cuity instead of blindly embracing the  disguised single' tax "principles now-  championed l>y the opposition. In  selecting Iheir next member he urged  the voters of .the-dibti'iet to select a  man of reliability, force and capacity,  lather than a huft'oon, a jolly fellow,  without weight and^ liable to change  his color as- often as the chameleon.  Just now he was decidedlv blue.  KELLIE ALL ABROAD  -_dmit3~fiiat"^Retallack"^wlI~ Carry" the~  Slocan   and   Spreads  a   Cushion   for  , Another Flop. - -  -Air. Kellie has for the past week  been giving a hand to his friend ,Mr.  Giecn. the"'opposition candidate for  Slocan, who appeal- to ncsd all the  help he can gel, being apparently a  very feeble aniiteiii-ist kind' of political aspirant and no match ou the  plat form for his opponent Mr.  llelall.ie-k. The latter gentleman was  standing Hip pair of them off at New-  Denver the other night and Kellie,  nettled at seeing how small a figure be  cut outside of his own particular  stamping' ground, thought he  must insist upon his inipoi t.iuce*.  " Sir." he said snaking his fiat with his  usual uiineceSMiry vehemence of manner in Re'tallac-k's face*. "Sir. I want  you to understand that I shall have as  liig a majoritv in this flection as vou  wfill"    "Hear,   hear"  cried   Retallack  iiidience  The Swing of Victory ,     _   -  During the past two days a marked "  change has come over-tlie opposition* -  here. Tliey always did concede Mr..-;;  White the outside districts, now they., --  are beginning lo feel shaky about llu*? ,  lown. Nor is this very ."remarkable."; ".*  The government supporters aie weir"  organized and active. The general v  committee is not confined to 'a.few''���������  politicians, -but'comprises iueiiJvof.'-';  every kind of business, trade Jinc.'-���������  occupation in -this place. Among '  theni,every voter in town is known-*-,.;  and a most thorough',.anel cateful" ',  personal canvass h:is been1 made, "Wilh"- -  the result lhat it is certain thai-Mr.'.."''  Kellie cannot hold the'town down..',  even if every unknown and 'doubtful?,',  vote on the list is, conceded-to .him.*'.-.  The opposition is o'u.thi* run and they,/-.  know it,~ while the government sup-;  porters are- in the* * fight ' with'-the J ,  confidence* of victory, which alone is v  more than half the battle. ���������   '      _���������    .'.--'  .     ���������-   Th'e.Twin Butte Affair-,."-  ;^,"-vv  After .arriving-at  Twin   Butie on".-"<  Thursday    Const.' McRue  found'the'J  shack occupied hy the P-decks loe-keclv-'  aiid.no one,* around,     lie  broke  open  *  the door, expecting to find the alleged  victim of-the affray in.-ide,  but could?.'.  see   nolhiiig.    'After  searching , tlie   '  place to find'"the  corp.se  of the  umr-.i  dered     woman,   without- resu't,    he.,-  proceeded on his  way down  the line:.*  and finallv reacheel  lho section gang"^  at work.   There to his surprise , wasT  Palleck. the husband.' hard .nt, work,'.'"  and there was Mr*,. P.elleck.   the  mur-.-  dereel wife, sitting alongside the trackr'  watching him, without so' much  us'.-u -  scratch on  her.*   PallecU������'s story'was',  to the effect that the old  woman, his?'  inotlier-iii-law.  had', stolen; $530 frouvV  his shack and was making oil with .it. rifle   pursued   and  overtook' her,'.anil -.  after recovering his money,  hit lit _.���������-������_"'.  blow on the nose by .wiy  of chastise--.'",  ment for her  theft.     In   revenge  she'."  came down  to   Revelstoko   with her, ���������  .senyit_iejii_al_-_j^ppjiil_^of^h_et_jn_urcle'i-._-.-  thinkiiig'no   doubt   that   in - Canada,  things were the same us in her happy.1  home in Hungary, where*"a uiaii'iiiigli't  almost as well be guilty as innocent if..,  the police got ii finger in his domestic1!  pie.   Mr. McRae wus greatly-/ pi eased'  with the   excellent,   condition   of'the"J  roadbed   for  parlestrian,' e-xeit-isc   be-"'  tween Albert Canyon and the'Butte.-'  ' t _  -J  '/H-  '_��������� f  'i~  , i  _*ri~  ---I  PARENTS I  You all wish to give your little ones  a first-class education. The Imperial  Life Assurance Company will help  you to do it. Call on GROGAN to CO.  and get particulars. j2 4t-dw  clapping his hands and  lhe  howled with laughter.  Speaking at Nakusp the following  night Kellie said that unletss the opposition met his views on the questions  of redistribution and readjustment of  taxation he was cjuite prepared to  jump the fence again. He is apparently afraid that the government will  get. in again after all and is making  himself a soft place to land on from  another somersault.  " Card of Thanks  I thank mj~ many friends for the  able manner in which they all sup  ported me in seeming iny election for  school trustee and I shall do my  utmost to give satisfaction while I am  spared to hold ollie e. also not forgetting my fiiend who opposed me*. I  hope thev will still find in ine a fi iend  to them in whatever way they may  appear with a grievance at any tune  while in a position to help them.  T. J. Graham.  Dominion Day at Donald  Theip was a verv good  day's sport4  yesteiilay at Donald.    In the gun club '  match Donald won Ihe.cup in a shoot'  off,  after -the ,RevuV-toUe   team  hail"  tied with 73 points.     A.  McRae. tied"  for the best individual score and  gold'  medal   with   W.   Armstrong.    "-Kuch "l  niaile IS points in the* match aud  then ' >  filed 12 shots apiece  wiLhout a   mi-is.   ;  Iu lhe h.i.seb,i!l match De;nald won  by   _  a point.   Frank  Brown and  thc-Cul- _]  gary crnck, 11. Mclntyre.   h.ul  a close.'  iMce for the mile bh'vrle,event. but the",  judge decided that ile-lnlyre  won  by,  two inches.    In the races J. A. Birney'  won' the 100 yards and  A. K. '.Tucksou ";  the half mile.   A number of te,ni.s are '  competing for the football cup, includ- ' -  ing Beaver, Golden, Douald and Mara. '.  The sporls are going on today.  Mr. R. P. Templeton, assistant manager of the Manchester Fire Insurance  Co. came up from the lower conn try-  on Thurslay. If the company decide  to open up in Kootenay, Grogan to Co.  will b. their agents h������_i-e."|i  * Children's bib overalls at" Bourne'  Bros.  Mr. F. C. Cot ton passed through on  Thursday afternoon for the coast.  Mis*-- Janes, of Calgary, is visiting"  her sister Mrs. S.S. Saunders.  R. L. Patterson,' representing Miller  & Richards, type founders, Was in"  town yesterday.  A. Sproat has been appointed golel-  commissioner at New Denver, and J. "  Kirkup at Rejssland.  * Men's nil wool tweed'suits, regular [  price 810and $12 and your  choice  for  $7.50.   Bourne Bros, can please you.  Rev. S. J. Thompson  will" preach at >  both services iu tlie'JIelTiQdist t-hm-clk'"  tomorrow.    .Morning- subject:    "AC  Brother's   Fault."    Evening   subject:'  "Degradation."  Mr. White, who has  hern  taking in J-  the     Dominion   Day    celebration   at"  Tront Like, will adelres.-*  the electors*  on his way out at Airowlxrxd tonight'/ Revelstoke   Herald  Published ln Intorosts of  Revelstoke, Lardeau, Wg Bend, Trout Lako  Illeclllowftot. Albort Canyon, .lordun  Pius and Kuglo I'usa District..  JOHNSON.  ...,Pr-opi*lotoi*.  Journal, published In tlio  A   Scml-AA'uOkly   _-,. -..  Interests ot Rovelstoko and tlio surrounding  district, Wednesdays and tinliirdii) m, making  closest connection. with nil inilnii.  Advertising llatus: Uispiay uiK 31.M) Jiur  column tuch.?2.00 per Inch when liiHOrti'il on Hi lu  pago. Loical ads.. l"_o por (nonpareil) lino for  Brsi insertion: 80 for each aililltloiinl Insertion.  Koadlng notices, lie por lino each issue, lllrlli,  ���������-arrlago and Dunlli notice... freo.  Subscription llnles: Hy iniiil or currier. 82.00  por annum ; jl.li for six months. Birlotly In  Our\fbb Department: Tin: Ukkai-ii Job  Deparunent ia one of tbn boat (jqtilppiMl  printing oitlcos In West Kootenay, nnil 1* lire-  pared to cxeouto all klnils of printing in llrst  class Btylo at honest prices Ono prico to nil.  No job too largo���������nono too siniill���������forus. ..liui  orders promptly uiteuUed to. Givo us 11 trial  on yournoxtorelor. .  To Correspondents: AVo in\ correspondence un any Biildeci of liucrr-st 'o tlio general  public, anil doslro n, rcHabl' regular oorros-  nondenl In every loua'i1 surroiiniliiiK  Tlovclbtoke. In all cisis llio bona Into niiinu  of lho writer liiustnccoiiipniiy iiianusii-ipt, but  not necessarily for publleailoo.  AddroBS all comniunicultons  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, 3. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  1. All correspond onco must bo legibly  in-rittcu on one side ot the pnpor only.  1. Correspondence containing personal  matter must bo signed with U.s pr per name  of the writer. ... .       ...  3. ilkirrespondonco with ruferonco to ans  thine tbat has appoar.d In another paj.er  must first bo offered for publication to that  paper before it can appear in Tins HmiAi.i).  RUMORS OF PEA CE  The feeling of theKngli-.li liublic"  witli  respect   to    thu   Anieiicaii-  Spauish win* which is now being  waged, and which so l'ai" seems to  havo been well expressed in tho  House of Coininon-s cm Juno 10th,  by    tho    nnswei-    given   by   Mr.  JiiiU'oiu-   ru-peetiug  tho   wu-h   to  sei-/.i. any favorable opportunity to  f,t:i'iiiinnto hostililic".    It is vuin to  hopo lor nn iinmudiiuu   tei'initiii-  tion ol lho war although thero uro  not wanting i_u.ii~.itions limb it l"  within nien>_urablo distance, lliei'o  Uno ro nsoniiblo doubt thai let the  otiel  lio  wh'it it will and when it  aviII Spain  will hnve l'orover lost  the colonies of tlio Philippines and  Cuba.    The Spaniard,  nro maintaining lho   proud   traditions , ui  their mice-tors   wlienover   resistance is possible, and their greatest  enemies cannot fail to adiniie the  stubborn resistance displayed, but  with America   in  front   and   the  insurgents      behind      they      aro  heavily    handicapped:   so     that  looking ac   the  unovoncss ot the  contest    every    well    wisher   ol  humanity    may    well    join    Mr.  Balfour's  hope   that   the   opportunity   for    making    peaco   may  present itself before any iiirthor  great slaughter   shall   have be������.n  consummated,   or   acts havo been  committed which wouicl rondet an  honorable peace impossible.  STICKINE TESLIN TRAIL  BUILDING MORE WAR SHIPS  SATURDAY,       JULY  1S0S.  WHEAT IN THE NOR'IH  Wheat, the staple lood by which  we live, and the dearih or deafness  ol which causes such wide spread  misery amongst the poorer classes  iu   the    overcrowded   cities   and  "towns   of  Europe, is   being   pio-  duced   in    the " North    West   in  increasing quantities every year.  There is good reason   to   believe-  that the dread of summer frosts is  gradually   passing    away.     This  dread has existed in the past and  not without good" reason, for  it  has often blighted   a  prosperous  . outlook.-      Yet    wheat    can    be"  successfully grown very nearly.to  the Arctic circles.   At present the  furthest north where the crop has  been a success is Athabasca, east  -of   the   Rocky   Mountains.     Tho  Avarm winds   wliich   blow across  from' the  Pacific   Ocean   are the  means of maintaining a moderate  climate    for    hundreds   of   miles  north of Edmonton.     Tho Swan  river, Manitoba, is in the extieme  north west of the province, yet ibis exactly the same latitude as the  midland counties of England. The  localities   that suffer  most  from  summer   frost   are    found   to   be  those whose altitude is high.   To  successfully     grow    wheab     the  locality should nob be moro than  1,000 or 1,200 feet abovo sea level,  and  the  most   successful   wheat  growing districts 111 Manitoba'are  not  above   that  level.     A   committee collecting information i'or  the   Senate   lately reported   that  flowers bloom in the valley of the  Peace river quite as early as they  do in Winnipeg, and Lieutenant  Governor Patterson, Avho last fall  left  Manitoba  on   a   vi~~ib  of inspection to the Hudson Bav said:  "Every Indian south of the Nelson  :i   river    could    have    an   excellent  kitchen   garden   if  he    took   the  trouble   to   cultivate    the   laud,"  Nelson river enters Hudson's,bay  at   about    latitude    o7.       There  appears no room to doubt that the  wheat growing lands of   Canada  are of greater extent than those of  ���������any-other-eoimtry���������in���������the-world-  excepting perhaps Russia,   la this  belt lies Canada's  future  wealth  aud      greatness      and      on    the  successful settling aud cultivation  of these lands most oE the weal  or woe of the European nations  Avill depend.  The more that is known about  the Cuban insurgents the less tney  appear entitled to sympathy. Dr.  Dillon publishes in the London  Contemporary some suggestive  extracts from their military  journal from which on their own  showing they appear worse than  brigands. Blowing up trains with  dynamite, pillaging plantations,  burning crops aud manufacturing  infernal machines are among the  patriotic exploits of which the  Cubans boast. The Americans are  finding no reason to be proud of  their allies.  Lord Herschell, who is to represent Great Britain at the Quebec  conference with the L'nited States  is a Liberal, although appointed  by a Conservative government.  He was twice Lord Chancellor  under Mr. Gladstone, but was not  at all popular with the Radical  wing of the party, owing to his  refusal to accept nominations to  the magisterial bench from local  Liberal clubs. The magistracy in  the Old Country is esteemed a  great honor and is much sought  ������������fter by local magnates. The  Radicals wanted to use ib as a  political pull, and Lord Herschell  persisted in following his own  judgment and refusing to accept  the political nominees. Tliere was  a big fight over it, and the Liberal  clubs and members of bhe House of  Commons demonstrated forcibly,  but the Lord Chancellor stood liis  ground and carried the day. He  is, therefore, aman of independent  judgment, as well as of high legal  acumen, and may be trusted to  make a good fight for Canadian  interests. His appointment by a  Conservative government is, of  course, a great compliment, but it  is not without precedent. Sir  Stafford Northcote, a Conservative, Avas appointed by Mr. Gladstone a member of tbe International Commission which met at  Washington in 1871.  By carefullystudyingthe United  States yellow journals ib will be  found that the Yankees hnve now  killed all the Spaniards iu Cuon.  Out of 71 protests which woro  entered after the Ontatio elections  saw-ofTs hnve been arranged in all  bub IS. Why nob have a law  again sb saw-oJlV-  The American eaglo continues to  sm-efid itself. By a vote of 209 to  91 the House of Representatives  has declared in favor of annexing  Hawaii. Tha Senate will probably  concur nnd in a lew weeks the  eagle will have the island** under  his wing. Hawaii���������the Philippines  ���������Cuba���������Uncle Sam will want to  annex Spain next.  There were were 10.000 murders  or homicides in tho United States  last year and le~s than 200 executions. Tho number of nmi-clci-s in  1S95 was S.000. The chief seals 01  crime are the. old slave states-,  especially Texas and Kentucky,  where killing is merely an irregularity, nob a crime, and whore  ne-rroes are burned alive for the  gratification of blood thirsty spectators. In the New England state--,  on tbo other hand, murder v> no  more common than in Great  Britain, or Canada.  Tho Loudon Speaker has an  article on the approaching conference and tho attitude ol  Cauada, in whicli it says Canada  must not sacrifice any material  interest; for the sake ot Anglo-  American alliance, bub suggests  that we mny abate some of our  coubeubions in the matter of the  Behring Sea seals aud that there  is .110 need  for us to insist on a  return of the Washington treaty  in the matter of the Atlantic  fisheries. This is all very good  and meant very kindly but  Canada has still some lively  recollections of past sacrifices. In  tho past, we have only stood -.or  our iust right"! in these matters,  -ind-there would not be hope.01  any very material concessions in  the future.  The Stickine Route Denounced���������Hardships or. the Trail���������News of Calgary  Adventurers  Calgary Herald.  On Till'. Tit.ML, May ill, lS'.lS.  , l"i~.\ii   Fi-kuuson:      We   are   ipiilu  we'll nnd hope lhis will lind you all tliu  same.  1 1 received your letter all right and  preserved it. cutel'iilly. I received no  paper. I ge't llio Froe Press all right.  AVe ciimu np the Stickine em a lino new  sU'iunor, llie Victorian. Four days  haul steaming, lull miles, lt is n l.'i'-  ribli! blroam���������rapids, ripples, whirlpools., eanvont", gl:u-iei"n, elf. 'lliu  hanks, aie; lined with earn p_ ol gold  seekers who tried to come lhrough on  the ici* with hand hleds, dogs, goals  and liorsi'M, and by waier, in canoes  and small boats. Some gol through  but many failed. A goodly number  lost Iheir lives. Many lost their uiil-  lils.   Muny of lliein ine there yet.  The steiuhboat companies are heartless brutes and bring their whole loads  from Foi t AVrungel. They know thoy  can get, the poor shipwrecked creatui es  when they are ready to bring lliein.  There aro three companies running  hues of steamers, the ll.B.Cc, 15. P.H.  and Canadian Development Co, Ihey  all charge alike, $20 I'or passage iind a  lent; meals Toe; cxlia freight $Ij per  ton.   Many boaid themselves.  AAre arrived all right and found our  partner   waiting   for us at Telegraph  Creek.   He came lliiough  on the ice  wilh one  hoi_e. our provisions, horso  Iced, eie.���������1300 lbs,   twenty days des-  peiale work, part of it by night when  il was best fro-un,' running all kind- ol  risks.     He s.iys he would  not do it  again I'or .ill the gold in Canada.     We  met   several   Calgary   people*   around  Ulenoia   and  Telegraph  Cieek,   Mike  Harris. (Seo. C. Marsh. Neil Keith and  Dan   and   others.      They   are mostly  employed bv McKenzie to M.mn.   But  they aio doing scarcely anything anel  gelling no pay.     Thoy are promised  $10  a month.    McKen/.ic to Mann are  surveving lor 11 railway  and  putting  np  a "few  log   warehouses  or stables  and   building   a few  miles  of  wagon  road from Glenora.   The B.C, government,    is    building   from   Telegraph.  They   are   each  out   about   10  miles.  From   that to To-l'n there is only a  pack trail, "simply  that, and nothing  more,"   notwithstanding    the     newspapers,  railniiv and steamboat companies and Sir. Sifton the great.     OE  course he admit led   thai his information   was  tho  result of a casual interview  with   Dan  Mann in Lhe Russell  house, conseqiionlly he may  bo innocent.    It does not sound well to'call  hiin a c'ominon  everyday .liar.   Sav,  you   should   hear   Charlie ' Herberts  priv.-li! opinfdn of Sifton. Poor Charlie  has  his hands  full  with 21 oxen and  llll) tous of merchandise.     Tliey lirst  bought 21  toboggans:   but  finding no  ice ihey reporied to AVinnipeg.     Then  Ihey   sent   up  21   carls  of all descriptions,  Hudson  Bay Co's elc.    Baton  arrival   at   Glenoia   and   finding that  there',  wa; no load ihey were going to  build iravoie-like tho prairie Indians  use.    George and 1 showed them they  would bo  no use.    Then l.hey started  1.0  build  pack saddles, and I fear.they  will hj ncarlv 11 lailuru too.  The soldiers are camped at Glenora  waiting for pio visions to be packed  in ahead of them or sent around by  St. Micliiiois, - Glenora is 11 place of  abi,ut .1 dozen old log buildings with  hundreds nl tents. Tulegrnpb, 12  miles further up. is quite similar.  Glenora is practically the head ot  navigation, although the boats do go  up to Telegraph ac certain stages oE  the water. " Last week they could nob  Great  Britain Intends  Adding  to  Already Immense Navy  Her  In the House of Commons the other  day Mi. G0.-.I1011, I-'irst. Lord of thu  Admiralty, in answering a question us  to the dat 11 on which the uiiv> estimates woulil lie tn ken said that in  eonsi'rpiencu of "cii'cutn&lunee which  il< was uiiiie'cessarv to specify" the  Government was considering thoepios-  lion of milling to ils shipbuilding programme uud was anxious to obtain  lliu fullest inul most aulhuntic information bcl'oio making any statement.  I.o thu house, and that llicivt'ore lhe  vote weSuld be elcferrcel until July 1*5.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MKTHOI'IST CHUllOil - RovoUtoko.  Preaching services ut 11 n.iu. ami IM  p.m. UIhhh meeting nl the ulosu of the  morning Korvlo.*. Suliliiilli tieilionl nnd Biblo  ("lasH nt 2:110 p.in, Weekly prnyur inccl'iiK  ovary Wednesday uvonhiK nl ~"'U p.iu. Tlio  publio uro iioiellnlly invited.   Bunts fit:.,  ItEV. J. A. AVOOI). l'lWtor.  f'UlIllOH    Ol~  X-J   Uuvulnlolcn  KN01.ANI)-St.  Hours uf sorvlno:  "'ninr's,  l.VCIlillK  prnyur do lly ut fi o'olook. l'rlilnyB nt   Ji.'IO  Mtmdiiy- anil KunllviilH:   Holy Ctiiiiiiuuilon at  a,i|i,, in.ii'nliiK priiruv nl   II.   Buiiiliiy School  nnd llllilu Olm-H at i:'X), uvuuiiiK |in<yer ill 7:110.  l'-lrat Hunilay In tlio niunili Holy Coinniuiilon  at luurtiliiK uurvli'i's.  I'-IIANK A. FORI), Vlcnr.  THE JVUJ-IM EXOHJIMEi  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Tin* line of but llu ship "Albion'  which wns launched at Black wall, England, the other clay wilh such disastrous lusulls lo senile hundreds of  spectator.-:, it* 11 llrst class steel bailie  ship ill)!) leet long and 71 root broad,  anel is to bo provided with i:.,5G0 indicated horse power, and will cost  $1,000,000.  The Mormons from Utah are pouring into Southern Alberta at 11 rapid  rate. The immigration of these excellent settlers this season alone  amount to 0IU families. This it wil)  be admitted, is an excellent increase to  the colony already tliere. They are  well lo 1T0 and most of them have  means. They nre thoroughly up in  irrigation which is necessary for that  country Thoy do not practice poli-  giimy and arc 111 eveiy way desirable  settlers, and it would be good policy  to encourage them.  A communication from SI John's,,  Nl'd, snys:���������Hi'iirlri'iiding reports of  sull'etin'g and starvation are reaching  this city ftom French shore settlements. Seven persons, it. is said, havo  diel of hunger in Si. Anthony, where  the poor are living on dry codfish  doled out hv the residents. Up steamer  does not reach there soon with food,  it is feared srores will perish. Owing  to large ice Hoes steamers cannot get  into the French shore, and the inhabitants aro sullering starvation. A  Catholic priest at Concho sent a telegram, ,"send on provisions at once;  if not, send boards to'make col'lhis."  "HE MOLSONS BAUK  Incorporated by Act o������ Parliament, 1355  PH1"31IA"_1~UIAN CllUKOIt-llur-l-toko.  Son-Ira over. Buiiiliiy at 1111.111. and 7::i(l  p.m. lllb'o OI1..1 nl 2:.'it) p.m., to wliloli  all uro wi'lcoiuu. 1'i'iiyur luculinif uc tt pan,  every AVedncBdiiy.  REV. V. 1). MUIR, rnntor.  Best $1.00 a day houso in town.    Wiiite labor only.  Tho bar. is supplied with the host brands ol Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  Free Bus .Meets Jill Trains.  fiUS L13J-D Proprietor'  ROMAN    CA.TIIOI.ir.!   C~I~mOI--.l~.vu_  stoke.     Mass  Hi _t anil third Sunday.) ln  mouth at 10:110 a.m.  RKV. FATHER TIIAYElt.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 1G53  Uoirulfii' niri*lliiK3 uro I10IJ in the  Uililfellows' Halt on tho soeionel and  fou: Hi Wctlni'silavsof cauli month  ut 7:110 p.m. VisilliiK brethren  cordially invited.  Jell's, AV.M.;   T J. Clrahnmo, Rcc. Seo.  Uh'iicy, Kin, Soo,;   lt. s*. Wilson, Treas  F. JWeCJIFITY  ."Wholesalo and llolail Dealer in   PRUWE BEEF, PORK,      -  JVMDTTO-K JliND BJllDBJIGHI  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F..N0.3461.  Moots in thn Odd-  fol'ows' Hull on tlio  2nel and Ith Fridays of  each month. A'ljiting  bro'.hrcn lur Hod to  attend.  .1. I". Scott, C. It.  .1. I.. Smilli, lt, S.  Ellis & Grogan  Yislt   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoke,1  Kcvclstokc Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  rierchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class iu every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  Best  Incuraneo, Ooninii������sion anil Mlnlrg  Brokers, Ciilyury, Alberta.  Agent for tho Queon Firo Insurance  Co., of Amciica.  Represented    by    AV.    MORRIS,  Revelstoko. nOtC   -  Grogan &-Co,  I*""   ���������Genoral Agents  (Successors to J. D. Sibbald).' Insurance  ltoal Estate   Alinin...   Loans.  Ofllec: First Street, next to AV. l5.Fci.sc&  Co.   Codo Moreit g and Nell.  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.'  Columbia House  *"Ja_~___B__~  Paid, up Capita!  Rest Fun.d- -  Head ���������OKScs-  " S2,0OOfG0O  - .   1,500,000  -Mo__-r-e&l  " BOARD Oi? l>I_-EOTQJ_-3  W .Molson Macpherscm, President  _S..n. Bwing, Vice-President  XV: M. itainony Henry ArchbalO  Samuel Finley   3. P. Cloghorn  IJ.'Markland Molson  F.'Wolferstun Thomas, Gen. Manage.  A. D. Du-nford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable*  terms the accounts oi mdividuals.firms.  bankers Uriel municixial and other  corporations.  Interest ��������� allowed on deposits at  current, rates. " '  .l-iipl'tsh 'and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRAI.OESiB :  CHOICEST.  LOCAL AND GENERAL  The Dominion statistician, 3Ir. Geo.  .lohn'son of Ottawa, -is preparing  al read v for the Dominion census in  1001, and he anticipates that the increase of population since hist census  will be at least20 percent. A note  worlhv feature will be the i^re-il in  creaso'in the population of the X-.ttl)  AA'est and Manitoba.  Fr.jiu .1 p.iripraph in the "sc-.enr. '  column  of a newspaper wu learn rli.it  uelv bad for  the corn  run   on    auv   part   of. tin*   river   0:1  account fo hifih w.iti'r, driftwood, etc  AVe built a one wheeled cart for our  selves all wood, -ind slront;.* The  horse draw? it and we guide it, like a  plough. AA'e aie celling along prettv  well. A.'e hava about a ton, whicli we  divide into two loads and sometimes  three and move as far as we can in n  ei-iv. epttir.ir it into one pl.ie~e at night  w_-.cn wceimp. We intend to stay at  the old II. B, Co. p*..-t. bO miles our. to  pros-pe*ci"for rpiite a while. It is a  vacant post, ntfhe on this side ot a  I creat mountain, w hich must be rros-sed  here by both road and railway, if they  arc ever built.  I must. clo=e now.   Pie'nse wrde me  lo Glejiora P.O., B.C. Ivind love to all.  J, K. Sumr.i'v.  X. B.���������I  have   lime   to   add a lew  more notes.  Several pack trninri ~to from Glenoia  and Te-le-giapli io Tc.lin. Tliey carry  _..} 11> . nn e-atb animal and charge 10c.  n_r lb.-, a. J p.: ���������-'-���������-'.; y-'.O |-"t ton. The*  ' Iii?) Tt) mil. - i: i-* tonsil und intuint'iili  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Out.  Exeter, Out.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Oiit.  Mcaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St.. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg.Ont.  No-V'i "h. Ont,  Simcoe,  Ontario  Victoria, B. C.  Revel .toko Branch:   J. D,  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Ridgetoivn, Out.-'  Smiths Falls, 0_.t -  Sorol, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Out.  Toronto, Ont. -  TorontoJunc'n.Onl  Tcer-ton, Ont. -    "  Waterloo, Ont  AVoodstock.Ont  Winnipeg, Man  Vancouvei", B, C.  Revelstoke, B, C;  Quebec.  Molson, JNtnnogcr  ,' CI.S-HRS-;  ���������  .' TOBJICCOS  j CIGARETTES  ',  SOFT" DRIERS"  ������������������    ICE^CREJliM SODJIS  ICE.CREJ1JW      ,_ '  Bicycles   Repaired  and  For Hire  - .   ���������  The   largest'hotel   in   town.        Centrally    located j  . Choice   Wines,   Liquors   aDd  Cigars "  Best    accommodation. Eatos    SI    -per  Brown & Poo], Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  dayj  Large light bed rooms.  .Tablo    furnished-'Avitlj  /tho choicest the market  affords.     Best    Wines  .Liquors     and      Cigara  Rates  $1.00 a day.     Monthly race.  J." ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  KlUR-WEt)  ._.-'  -R. JA. SJVWTiHi:  mlG-tf  THIRD_ ST-Se'E"; CfiNTRl-.  To...-  -.-'_���������_..' ���������  Fortune  Seekers  iiPERi^L B/\ji  Head OlTice,  Pali) Up Capital  Reserve    -   -, -  It you try your luck prospecting  In- tlio Iii_'r__'_au .District,, don't  pass- I. ~M. '���������(JLTKON'S gonecal  store at Thomson's Landing, _ lien  you can buy _tho cheapest and  -ost'rainDrs' 6upplio3 in the district. ���������  Doops  Sask  -.Tunnings'.  '  ���������  ; -assr.  -Wouldings  _T_EIY. THE NEW YARD.  Arrowhead Saw &': Planing1 Mill^  ,_    Revelstolto Affonts:   PIPPY __ WRIGHT. ���������  THE;PIONEER jujlvj__-jci.-  Feed. and. Sale Stable of the Lardeau and Trout Lake Distri.  -ml-tf  I. M. CITRON .  TIIOMSON'3 LANHINCl.  -.---_---;.-' ,1        - ,        1 1,11-, r.otw ith-.Lar.tlinK Ogilvie's report  plexion. . And  thw most dj_-eiui_etmslLllnj:;t j, ,|I|Ii,i        -tt ���������      ���������      ���������       <��������� ���������-���������  ki-siug is extrei    .    . -���������. -   -���������    ��������� .   .      -      ..-, wim. u   .-* . ,.......-i.-i'iv-'ly   "level.      It 11  information 1.. continued by��������� imoLhi'r \ ..,(m,t ,j.fi ,���������-,.,.; it^t,,.���������i   r,f   V2Ti.     The  paragraph  which  has c-,~.ij"rlitj-iir 1-ye*,;, ^t ,-0 t1|iIl, t ,v {.,.n\\n,, to  reports  of  ih ___ lelurnin--. i������   mostly   very   bad  to the elTe-ct thai, the line, t coinpi-x  ions in the world me lound in the*  Bi'imudas, where the inliabitaiit-ilivf  chi-flv on onions. Obviously .1 girl  who lives on onions cannot expect loi  be kis*-ecl much. But we wonder  which the average girl would rather  have, kisses or a complexion.  The* AA'innipej- I.viming News Bulletin s,iy.: The Gnliciaii.. at tin*  epiar.intir.e .ire having .111 en?y lime of  it. Thoy are being well fed and carrel  for bv tbe immigration nfllcinK The  hcivv bhowi-rs ot ye-.terd.-y did noi,  cause much discomfort, tbe ruin only  etite-iing one of the louts. The quarantine ground is well drained and  every precaution i'i taken to prevent  exposure to wet weather by any of  the COO. So f mt her cases ot contagious disease- have been disrovercel  by the phvsicians, and those who are  sulfuring fiom rneasels ,-ire improving.  The oflicer!" of the Dominion Alliance Kxecul ive are very much exercised over the ciicular sent out tiy  Hiram Walker and Koni, Lid., to  varioti" chuiil.-iblc instil minns, which  say*-: The impending vol 1; on tbe question of total prohibition brings us f.ic.  to face to lace with the pnh.ihle destruction of our biisinc-s. Should the  plebiscite f.ivor such .-1 radical measure, all our resources will be require'd  for self deie-iic.'. Under these eirrinn-  stances it is but naliiiiil nnd nnrlent  that we should hiisb.-iiul our reboiiices  as long as the danger threaten".  Therefore we f**c-l i-ompellf-el Io rli<*con-  tinue entirely for llie lime being the  subscriptioiis which we b.ive bc-en ;ic-  cu-.toruecl io give- lhe numi'inut eliai-  1 table and othur objects thiiuigh-jutt  the Dominion. We tak������i llu- sj, p  with since*!e 1 egret, and onlv lr,,ni the  conviction that we are menaced as  never before with the confiscation of  all that we possess.  swn inp.  No inilroid cm st.-rl from Glenoi.i  or Tel. graph nn arc mint of the _t'*ep  mountains. It could-tait from thr<*.  mile- sr.uth of Gli'iicira, HIiukesviHe:  lliry call it. or it could st-lrt from four *-*  miles norm of < rle'Ror.i. The iniivin- y  *-:il opinion fill aleirs; the mule i.-i that  no ladto.'id :_ pi.ic'tic.iblu or lie-cec-atv.  ���������ind fh.iJ. a g.iotl w.igon ro id would  .���������ir.-~ivor .ill purpose.. <.  Till*   Stic kin:   liver   i-3   11  luctcliril  route either -urn_~.r   or   winter.      Of  course a railroad   from  Port  Simps-m  or i-oriie Canaeli.-in   puint  down   lhen*  would be.1 different   question.     Tlmt  would h . abnufc 100 miles and may net-  be feasible.    The Slickine Teslin   road  would form a part,-of   thnt   road,  but  would be rather u<-<!c.s<* until the* south  part was built.      -My   opiriifil   i*~   th...t  the C P. II. are lhe insti'/.tteir-i   of lhe  raihoad and will Iniild   it   when  the y  li we. =ec-.ire.] .-ill they cm get from tin  fi. C. and Oil/iw.iGuv-ei-nnient**.     Th'  f.-w thou-ands theyiue   spenelirvg    up j  here now is well icpu'.l bv   the   thO'-.-j  s.-ind-i   of   vicliiiii   anil   thei-   fre;'"g'rit, 1  which Ihey brim;  over   Iheir  and steamer lines.  At ('lenora and Telegraph the  we it.her w.f f'*;n fill hot anel the dust  nnil iiii'I veiv e^aspei-iMna;. A'ong  Ih<- tniiI ii- ii better, f like the cliiuale.  H.is a. gi.-mcl cliuii������c* nflc-r spending  over six months on th.' co-isf. Then*  is plpnlv of timbfjr mostly <*rnull. The  w-ifirl*! i.''.'ill e*f bireN nnd flowor=t.  AA'e li'.vi' Hiiue ', lj._-_iit liii.e-. Gou'l-  b'.o ng iin.  $2,009^00        1,200,000  Dirootors-V   '    <*������        ->'  H. fi. Howland, President   -  T.K.Merrit I.,Vice Pres.,(St.Catharines)'  AVilliam Ilnmsay, Robert JnlVniy,  Hugh Hyan,  T.  Sutherland Stayner  Elias Rogers.  D, K. Wilkie. General JM.inagor.  Branohea  North AVest and British Columbia  Brandon     (Portage la        |Vancouvei  Calgary      I PrairieiVViniiipeg  Kdusonton (Prince Albert iRevelstoke  South I_dmonton.  ONTAKIO.  iNiagara Kills   |St. 1 homns  IPort Colborne iToronto  lllatPorU-.ge     JWclland  H.iult St. Marii'lVi'oodbtock  jSt, Catharines i  Montreal, Quebec,  in    Great   Britain���������Llnvd's  Bank, Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above, branches.  Agents in the Unite.-cl States���������New  srex  Fergus  Oalt  fngerEoll  Ager.la  1  Vorlc, Bank cf Montreal, Bank of  Ai/ieiica; Chicago, First Nut.ion.il  iJ.in__; St., Paul, Second National Bank  h:, '.-ings Bank Department���������J.epo_it*  of SI and upwards received and  ?utere .t allowed.  BcbeVnture .��������� -Provincial, -Alnnicipal  1 net "-/hr-rdoc-entwres purchii_eiL  Drafts .md Letters of Credit���������Avail-  ible at nil point-i ir. Camilla, Uuited  raili'c.i-l j Kingdom,    United    St.it':a,    Huropo,  I fj.dia,  China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  Thl_ Bank I__iiob Spoelnl Receipts  v/hlt-h will bo necountocl foi* at nny of  -he* Hudson's Buy Co's Posts In tho  Yukon unl_ noi*thorn districts.  A. R. B. HEARN,  ManaE-i* Kovolstoko Braneh  i f Ic- ll_i!~~ ny romp.'iny's  for   the   i.ec-k  ending  .I'.uie2Ist wi-ie $I7."i,(.'.);  for tlu"i~airie  week ol last year they were $IG2,0CU.  (..nindi in P-ie  tr;i (Tie lece'ipts  (5.  PETRETT0  Tfee Roman  Sl^oe JV\ak,ep  Ilenlcr in    Hoots  and    Hioca.     Mnckcnzlo  Avonue, two doors south Molson's Bunk.  Harness ICepnirinK done.  Moilorate Prices.   AVork Kuarantocd.    .  If You Want  P13R.E  COWS .MILK,  Guaranteed Unadulterated.  Saddle    and   ' Pack  nlways'for hire.  Horsed  .l'"ieighllng  bpcciulty.  and   Teaming  at  _.  7 o'clock  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Lauding every morning  for Trout Lake City.    For particulars -write  -..   ..- ... ----   - _ ���������---CRAIG- -..HILLMAN,_Tuo-isox'sLanding,  THE  LAST  CHANCE  To secure one of those desirable lofl  CHEAP on tho O. & K. Steam Navi|  gation Company's site. ���������''  Dout    Avatt    till    the   boom   cornel  our way, but BDY'NOW.  HAIG & GRAGE  Sole Agents.'  Robert  Samson  "  Wood Dealer  and Drayman  . ..  Ilruj Inn and delivery work a specialty.  1 catrs always on band at shortest notice.  Contract? for jobbing taken.     '  Ascent   for the    Standard   Oil   Company.  Go to THE EUROPE DJHRY  '    MitH. F. JUU.1S.  cJiKepnaghan  Cappentep  and Buildep  Dp JVlalloel?  rhjeioir.n nr.el Surgeon, McKon/io  Avcnuo, llevclstoho Station, B. C.  Offico and AVork-hop:   Opposite Court "  Hoosc, Revel3toko.  I'lana spexifleMions and estimates given on  aouiieation. The lornest s;oe-k of doors, sash,  brackets, turninss. niculdinsjs. bjso cmIbbs,  kiln dried Iti-rinp. rc-Int;.. or.d all mside  llnisb iar.ow in stock and will bo pITered at  price* never before e.a-tcd on Uns eldo of  A'ancouver. Any odp rennirinu n,ny of tne  abovo materials will be consulting thnr own  interests by-p-tuns my prices before ordering  0 too v. hero.   -. a-i-u  John  E. Wood  '" Jlpe^iteet  and Buildep  Etl!matc3, plaii3 and specifications famished  on application. Shop and roDBir work  promptly attended to. Wood carvi-f. a  specialty.      Work    Shop   on   Front Street.  Tl?e Revelstoke  Pl^oto Company  kevelstoke, B. C  ������I VDIO: DOUGLAS STREET.  What lio You  Want in Shoes  If you watt a good Miners' Shoo como 1  I", Jenkins,  If you want a gool Prospectors' Shoe comd  to D. Jenkins.  If you want a fine or strong Cork Soled Slip  como to 17 Jenkins.  If you want a Long 1 eg Doot como toI-j  Jenkins.  Shoos and Harness ropaireel' cn tho shortesF  notico. All lines of work kept in atockj  at prices to suit all.  D. JENKINS  First Street.  Bank of Canada,  one block from  tho Imperial  Kevelstoko Station, B.  J. f{. Efull  & Company  Butchers    and    Wholesale   andd  Retail Scalers in Beef, Fork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE.!  Ail orders in onr line promptly J  filled   FRANK BARNARD  Bricl_ a~_d|S tone Mason  chimney   building   a   specialty.     Contracts  promptly attended  to      Material   furnished I  when called for.      AH   work   guaranteed.  First Street, Revelstoke Station.  _,..  -_-_- ��������� MH  Bevje Herald Supplement.  WHEREAS   Wc  aro  desirous and re-  PROCL-A.MATION  -   [L. S.] THOS. R. McINNE".-  -    CANADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  '  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United  Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,  *   Queen, Defender of the Faith, &c, Ac,  <_c.  TO AU. TO WHOM THESE   PRESENTS   SHALL   COME,-  GREETING.  A   PROCLAMATION.  D. M. EllF.RTS.  Attorney-General  solved, as soon as may be, to meet Our people  of Our Pro.nice of British Columbia, and to  have their advice in Our Legislature, We elo  make known Our Royal Will and Pleasure to  call a new Legislative Assembly of Our said  Province; and elo further declare that, bj the  advice of Our Exee'tilive' Council of British  Columbia, We have this day given orders "for  issuing Our Writs in itue form, for calling n  new Legislati*.e Assembly for Our said Province, which'Writs are to be-ar date on the  seventh day of June,,instttnt, and to be returnable on or before the thirtj-lirst day of August  next. " ��������� * - * -  i. Is Testimony Whereof Wc have caused  ��������� *" these Our Letters to be ma'dc   Patent,  and the Public Seal of  the said Province to be hereunto affi\ed: Witnfss,  - the  Honourable Thos.1 R.   McIx.es,  Lieutenant-Governor of 'Our said Pro-  vince of British Columbia, in Our City  of A'ictoria, in Our said .Province, this  _     seventh day of'June, in the \earof  Our Lord one thousand eight hundred  and ninety-eight," and in ^lie sixty*  first year of Our- Reign. ^ -  By Command.  -'   B.H.TYRWIIITT DRAKE,   ..  d.yln Registrar of the Supreme Court.  PROCLAMATION  II,."S.]  ELECTORALj  OF WEST KOJ  To Wit:  PUBLIC   Nt|  electors of tl  Revelstoke lij  Majest. 's . Wa  elate the sevefl  Lord, one tho*  eight, I requn  ors, at the Gj  the tx\ enty-iy  noon, for thei  represent. <lij|  Province.  "The modee  be ns follows:!  , '��������� The  Can<|  writing, the i  ri'gistcreir \*  and   scconde'l  \otcrs of the j  nomination  Returning  ()|  date of the I'i  elay of nonunj  being iicccs.if  ninth day ot  ton City, 14  Thomson's L'tfl  Comaplix, Aq  Ranch, Carhq  waet.Glacieri  person is hejj  govern liims  , Given unelej  eleventh day-|  -eljO -  THOS?R. MoINNNS  CANADA.-  I'ROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ICTORIA, by tlie Grace o( God, of the" United  Kingdom of Grca Britain and Ireland,  Queen, Defender of. the Faith, <_c, i.e.',  "  Ac.       '  To Our faithful the Members elected to serve  in the Legislative Assembly of Our Province of British Columbia, and to all  , whom it may concern,���������Greeting.  ..A PROCLAMATION. ' ���������"." "  D. M. Eberts, j \7~7 HEREAS We have  Attorney-General j vv -thought lit,-by  and with the "advice anel consent of Our.E .ei'it-  tive Council of Our Pro*, ince of British Columbia, to dissolve the present Lcgislatl. c Assembly of Our said Province, which stands prorogued until summoned for dispatch of business.  , NOW KNOW YE that Wc do, for this end,  publish this Our Royal Proclamation, and do  hereby, dissolve the Legislative Assembly  --.accordingly, and-the.mcnibers-thc'reof aro discharged from further attendance on same.  Is Testimony Wheheop We have caused  these Our Letters to be made Patent,  anil the Great Seal of British Columbia to be hereunto affixed: Witness,  the Honourable" Thos. R. Mi-Innfs  <=��������� Lieutenant-Governor of. Our said Pro  vince of British Columbia, In Our  City of A'ictoria, in Our said Province,  this seventh day of June, in the ii-nr  of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight, and in the  'sixty-first year of Our Reign.  By Command.  B. It. TYRWIIITT DRAKE,  djjl3 -   Registrar of the Supreme Court  [I,. S.]  VICIOUIA,  .     -' Kingfl  >; Quee>  Ac.  To the Ket_3  - ' I.idinJ  ORAL'  \A7 "--.-ia  :��������� Gov?  Proclamatiq  1898, been p]j  Assem-bly oC  is nccessary  said Provincl  such illssoluil  of'the time T  given, you <lj  cording to 111;  Legislative j  Columbia fofl  Kootenay Elfl^  cause the uoq  Election to  1S98, and do  when  so cl  absent, to bi  at the dull ay  of  jlutJT  ���������II-tiut-tly tine  dor-c'el ii|<on  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE  Stll June, 1898.'  UI3 HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor has  been pleased lo appoint  JOHN D. SIBBALD, ESQUIRE,  Govcrnincnt -tgent,  to   be   Returning OHieer  for the  Revelstoke  Riding of West  Kootenay Electoral  District;  and  i      His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor has  been pleased to appoint and declare the  GOVERNMENT OFFICE, f.EVELSTOKE,  to be the place for the nomination of candidates for election to the Legislative Asacmbly  in the Revelstoke  Riding of West  Kootenay  Electoral District.  Under Scctlrt  Elections A_|  appointed bw  Kellie. Rcvoifl  M. Brown, Rif  -   Liej  Notice is  signed, Inter!  the StlpendleH  West Kooteml  Queen's bote*If  Comapl'x, Ml  Rstoke Biding  f given to the  Aist, Kootenay,  dience to Her  L'and bearing  Hie year of Our  pd and ninety-  tie said clect-  Rlcvelstokc, on  telle o'clock  a person to  kture of this  lididatcs shall  dominated   in  bribed by two  i as proposer  Br registered  luting to the  Tercel   to   the  {between-the  ' p. in. of the  rut  of a Poll  [open on the  gakusp, Bur-  Tot Springs',  lity.Forgiison,  J;reek,   Ho\ds  lybn, Illecille-.  J which c.ery  kc notice anel  level-toko the  BIBBALD,  fcrning Officer.  TO THE ELECTORS  Revelstoke Riding, West Kootenay Electoral District  ipS.s.- - '  [if the United  I and Ireland,  faith, .fcc, Ac..  , REVF.LSTOKr  Bte'nay EI.ECT-  iXiciitcnaiit-  abia has, by a  day of June,  Lcgislatl*. e  Ll whereas il  Jroughout the  lies caused by  Jti that, notice  am being elul>  ^be made, ae-  Iser.c ln the  dec of British  ���������ding of .West  pthat you do  ates  at such  I day of Jniic,  aclr-Mcmberf  ���������be present or  Jirenie Court,  Lfore the Slst  fiety so  made.  j.e'al duly in-  Gentlemei.:    '  In coining forward attheiinaniiiioiis  desire of the supporters of the government in this riding to solicit your  suffrages as a candidate in the coming  provincial elections, I wish to place  be-fore youMn straightforward tei ins  the lines along wbii-h 1 intend to  direct my course.if elected to lepresent  you in the Legislature*. I am to begin  vvith an advocacy of the general policy  of the Tm ner government, as I consider that their policy is piae-tic-nl and  progressive and directed towards the  best interests of the c-ountiy. The  development of the magnificent re-  soure-es of this province must In*, the  chief aim of the govei-iinu'iit of the  province, and it is the chief plunk in  iny platform. As Kootenay is the  wealthiest and mn-*t productive district in this preiviiiee.il is to niy mind  BUSINESS fen the govei inlient to push  forward its development in everv  possible* way. The money expended  will be i etui neel over and over again,  and in nailing the iimtio of Kootenay  FIRST, ~ to -my'- political ' masthead."' I  do sei not merely from a unt-ro'iv local  patrioti*-m,. but us .considering fiom  verv brouilest point of view possible of  I he"������elfnie ol the whole uf British'  (JoIiuiibi!i."lhat the development' of  Kootenay is the very best polii y fioni  a business and practical point ot view-  that any giivernnietit e au I'litertain.  This object I shall, if elected, puisne  in se.isiui and e-ut ol season, and any.  ini'usiire which I eoiisider. alter until;  ��������� ���������ring the opinion ol my- constituents.  io be of 'iielviint.-iei' and benefit to  Knutrimy in geiier.d .-.nil Ihisijdim. in  li.itticulaV, will leiViw my lic.utiest  sTippurt. no"n'iattt>r fi"in what quiiiter  rn- which side of the bi.n-p il emanates.  The interests of I In    tilling,arc, al-  ���������iiust exclusively  iiii:>iui....  The' back  bone of the mining industiy is the class  who do the work, the prospectors and  miners.    In considering mining legislation of any kind, it is to them that I'  shall turn   for ad vice.     If legislation  ,  iivjiues them it must be detrinient.il to  the best iuteiests of  the  district, and   -  will find me against it.   If it is satis- '  factory only lo them*it  will  be satisfactory to me and receive my support."  Theie aie other classes ot" working-  men in " this constituency, chiefly  railway men and those engaged in the  lumbering industry. These men,  whether organized " in unions or employed in occupations which have not-  so far . enjoyed the benefits of the  ti.ules union movement, will find, ine  their friend and the consistent 'sup-  poiterof legislation aiming to improve  Iheir prospects and condition in this  province. - ������    -  I do, not see that there is any "need  .further to define my platform here.   I '  am before you, asd have aheacly said, "  usi a supporter of the general principles  and policy of the government. 'I hope  to have the cippoi tunity-to discuss the  *  details of that policy beloie you on  a'"~  pnblic,platform, unci also to make a   ,  personal canvass at  all   points in   the  riding wliich it is possible  lo reach  in  I lie time at xny disposal,; at  no distant  date, which will give me oppoi Utilities  to explain my position more at'length  than is possible in an  address  of this  mil lire. *   . - .,,  I.would respectfully'ask you, there-  foie, not to make any pledge until you -  have heard both sidescof the "question,  a nil in order to utTord the best possible opportunity for you to do so, I  lu'iiby invite'uiy, opponent to meet  ine .it all meetings which will here- -  allei be arranged for nie to address.  Your Obedient Servant,  -   ���������' .- -    ,   '   "W. WHITE.  THOS  -_&__>-_,'! ���������-���������������    -J^  MrlNNE..  in ie-stIB  K ha\ c caused  H made Patent  Hour said Pro-  Ria:   WiTNras,  Ks R. McInnes,  ���������Kent Victoria,  thlfl  *   of OS  dredB  By Ca9  eljy 1������         fl  ���������B, In tho year  Hei eight hun-  BrT-DRAKE,  nprcimi Court.  "provinBn act:  lie Provincial  Its have lieen  Midatcs. J. M.  ~. Kellie; iW.  ."Vhito.  SIBBALD,  ���������rning Officer.  ���������ice.  re, the under-  rafter date, to  rth Riding of  I liquor at the  | <_ B_IWAY.  [L.S.]  -    CANAPl.  - PROVINCE OF BRlll-ir COLUMBIA.  VlC"10l:iA,b> the Grace or God, of the United  .Kingdom of Great Britain ond Ireland,  *   Cjiten, Defender nf lhe Faith, Ac, Ac,  .1'-.  ���������ro all to whom these Presents .hall come���������  GnEETlVR.  A PROCLAMATION.  D. M. BFIIH,. .        j"    V/V "HAS   it is  Attornei-General.     \   <���������      v    ,od\isable to  cslabllso the following polling places in the  *._>_>cral   snd   respeejnc ^l.Mcctoral^Districts  hcri'inaffe'rnamcd:      TT "      /������" ,     ,  NOW - KNOW YE that, by virtue of the  authority lontalncrllii'llie ������������������rro.inelal Elections'Xi-t,V the Licutcnant-Goicrnor in Council declares that the following rolling places  shall be. and they are hereby, established for  the several Electoral Districts, the^iames of  which arc set opposite sue-h polling places,  respectivelv, that is to say:���������  . Polling Places. ' Electoral District.  Government Office, Revelstoke.  Government Office, Trout Lake..   A        ^  Government Office, Nakusp   Government Office, Comaplix���������  Thomson's Landing.".   Burton City   Halcyon Hot Springs   Fire Valley..' .'! '.   Illecillewaet ."   Albert Canyon   French Creek Big Bend...'.   Boyd's It audi   Carnes Crock   Glacier ���������  Ferguson   Arrowhead   In Testimony Whereof We have caused these  Our Letters to be made Patent and  the Great Seal of British Columbia  to be hereunto affixed; Witness,  the Honourable Thos. R. McInnes,  Lieutenant-Governor or Our said  Province of British Columbia, in  Our City of A'ictoria, in Our said  Province, this fifteenth day of  June, in the year of Our Lord one  thousand eight hundred and  ninety-eight, and in the sixty-first  vear of Our Reign.  By Command.  A. CAMPBELL REDDIE,  Deputy Provincial Secretary.  P ro vineial. Secretary's  Office'     -  IIIS'lIONOUR THE LIEUTENANT-GOA'ER-  neir has been pleased to make the following  appointment:  ~     ' - 25th May, 1898.    '  XX. F. ROBERTSON, of the Citv of Montreal,  Esquire, B. A., Sc, to-bo Pro.ineial Mineralogist \ico AVilliam A. e arlylc, Esquire, resigned.  House and Lot for Sale.  A house and lot on Third Street, just cast of  I he-Cow an Block, for sale. .-Apply for particular* to the Herald office.  Notice. ,  "All persons having clalmlTagainst Mr. A. G7~  . spragge, barrister, late of Revelstoke, are  re-quested to send particulars of their claims  lu the  undersigned In care of Molsons Bank,-  Uc.clstoke Station, B.C.  GEO. S. McCARTER,  jul3 tf ��������� Solicitor for Mrs. Spragge.  .1  .8  Dissolution of Partnership.     ' ;  '1 he partnership heretofore existing between  is, the undersigned, is this day dissolved by  mutual consent. All debts due the Arm will  be collected by James E. Wright, by whom the  business will be conducted at the olel stand,  and who will pay all outstanding accounts  against the firm.  J. E. AVrioht.  djlj-8 Thomas A. Pippy.  Application For'Land.  Notice is hereby given that CO days after date  I Intenel to apply tei tho Chief Commissioner of  Lands and \\ orks for permission to purcliaso  320 acres, more or less, of unsurvcyed land,  part of which was formerly preempted but now  abandoned by ArchlUc Levcsnuo anil situate  on Downie Creek, Big Bend district anel des-  crlbed as follows: Commencing at a post at  N. E. corner of Ferguson's land, marked X. IS.,  thenco north 80 chains, thenco west _0 chnins,  thenco south 80 chains, thenco cast 40 chains,  containing 320 acres, more or less.  Geo. Laforme.  Revelstoke, B.C., JnnoG, 1898. daugD  NOTICE  Carpenter   Tools   and  For Sale  Boat  ATool Chest and a complete outfit of carpenter's tools; also a Row Boat offered for sale at  a bargain.   Apply to  dJyl7  W. FREWING,  Second Street.  1 A SEVERE FIGHT  In Front of Santiago de Cuba  Yes.erday  400   KILLED   AND WOUNDED  On the American Side ��������� The Army is  Now iu Lin_ Baf.r_ th_. City ���������A  Spanish Shell Destroys One Entire  n Company ��������� The Fleets Take a Hand  in the Game ��������� Gallant Conduct of  ���������Rosevelt's Brigade ��������� The Fall of the  City Imminent  Special to thu Herald.  Washington, July 2.���������The war department has received the following  despatch from Shafte*r, dated Siboney:  "HacVa very hi .ivy engagement today,  '" - i  which lusted from S ii. m.'iinlil sundown. We" carried tlfe outer works  ��������� and are now in possession of -them.  There is now about thiee-quurleis of a  mile open between" my, lines and the  cily. By morning my troops will be  entrenched and a^i-iin-'der.ible, nug-  mentation of forces will be there,  consisting of Law ton'-, division and  - Bate's brigade, which have been ei.-  gaged al! day carrying Elcaney, which  was accomplished tit 4 p. m. AA'e shall  be in line und in front of Santiago  during the night. I reirret to siy that  our casuallies will be about 400. Of  these not many are killed.  [Signed] -        Sii.wrt-ii.  Placo Dkl Esti_. .Inly 2.���������The  American fmccs carried the enemy's  outer works and occupied theni tonight. The buttle will probably be  resumed tomorrow at daybreak. Our  loss is heavy. Some estimate., say 500  killed and wounded. Finn- member-  of the 2lst regiment* were killed in the  fighting between Sevilla and Aqua-  dor--, while 10 other Americans, all  members of the 21st, were wounded.  Both   lhe   Aiiici-ii-an    and   Spanish  fleets   cully   joined   in   battle,   while  ���������^.S-a!ltp^O!l-s_^'eIl__-Wler_^l^d^iIJlg^^l^  MINING REGULATIONS  Laws of British Columbia to Apply to  Dominion Lands in the Territories^  The Dominion Government has  adopted the British Columbia mining  regulations on Dominion lands in the  province of Manitoba and the Territories, including the Yukon district.  Every miner must take out a free  miner's certificate, which costs $5,  before he is eligible to take up and hold  a claim. Claims must not exceed 1500  feet in length by 1500 feet in breadth.  All angles shall be right angles. Under  the.'f-inner act the claims were 750  feet in length by 750 feet in breadth.  Claims must be marked by two legal  posts placed as near as possible on t.he  line* of the lode or vein, the posts lo be  numbered 1 and 2. The distance  between posts Nos. 1 and 2 must nol  exceed loOO led, and.upon lhe posts  shall be written tbe name given to the  mineral e-laim. lhe Christian nam.' and  surname of the locator, and the elate  of thelocatinti.  The holder.of a mineral claim in  lieu of the. work reeiuired to be done,  on a claim in each year may pay to  the recorder $100 a year, for wliich  he may get a renewal "of his lease.  Forini'ily a miner was reepiired In  spend $100 a year in development  work. Such ��������� payments now relieve  tho pel-sen. in iking it from the neces  sity of doimc any work during the year  in anel for which anil upon the claim  in respect of which such payment is  recorded.  Iron and niV-i prospectors'may take  up a claim ul Hi'J acres. ,  ~ i  .Under the old regulations free miners lnc.iijiug a mineral claim hael (i"  days to "record ' it. lt must b.-  filed within lo days after it, is located.  Provisions are also made whereby  millers living _n adjoining claims may  hunch Iheir improvements. The claim  must not exceed  eight in  utimlier.���������  Free Press.  Tf  A List ot  Victoria  Belyea.  opp.     Ii|  Phillips,  West.'  opp.  S. Nun!  Smith, ojj  N. Nanl  J. Ililliei;  Nisiv-  Ind. gov-2  Naii'iiia  Dr. ftltl-f  Chiliiwj  AIuiiroe'T  ' Delta-  opp.  Dewdifl  ham, o]~5  Rich i  Kidd. m,  E. Ti  Graining]  -  N. Yall  Deanc*. o|  Nelsiirtl  G. F. Hul  Rossini  Martiii.i  .Sloc-ni.  <~I>I~-  . N. ErKil  O. AVellsJ  S. E."  W- BniUi  , Vahcoil  Tisdale.  Phei son/  Carroll,  -Donald, "fl  ..N. "Vicf  AV. Putt*  Gomo.*d  McCiilhll  Coivict  Rohertso  Alhern^  McNeill,.  1   E-ciuiil  F.   Btille  iiivt.'     Al  gns. eippJ  S. Victl  S." T.-U e*J  Revels  '-XV. XV]  (jaribci  Iviiii-lian,  -Cassiii  Tavisb. CJ  E. Lille  tii e, npp.'l  AV. Lilf  opp.  recently emplaced haiter-.es  at   Aguu-  elore.**.    Coreva's   fleet     wus     hur'.ing  shells   in   tin* direction of   the Aiii.-ri  can-Cnbau line-s and two e-oinpatiies of  Rose-veil'*.   0th and 21st   infantry. I b  rough rider*, and th*. 3rd reci i:i������..t si c  res. fully atlae ke.l lhe north. _i_l side of  thedefciice.iie.il"  Santiago this  itfter-  llnon   anel were clear   iu front   of  the  general advance', fighting like demons.  It wji<-in this  engagement lhat  the  mill 'e.f   the   21st   lost   their   lives, n  Spanish   she'll   annihilating   a   whole   aiiee in lhe He'd, hut  his chances are  good.   Trail   is   a   solid    government,  lown  and Ros-lund   is   well   satisfied  THE ELECTIONS  Reports from ~S~. E Konteiiyiiiilicate  that  the  personal   popularity  of   AV.  Nei IsoTfTl IT~~T~T~v~~rn inTJTT trcTiiiiel ida terMs"  giing to put him at the head of th.-  poll next. Sat in day, as a liiiinlii'i- nf  iipiuisilioiiisls will vote for bim on  lhat score rather than for AV. C.  Wells, lhe independent -opposition  i .inil'.ilati'. In tbe Slocan. J. L. Ratal lack's chance.-, are improving every  dav. He is a young man of i-nnsider-  able force e*f character and a ready  debater. Hi.s opponent, .Air. Gri*(>ii, is  no match for him on the platform  and is visibly losing ground.. In Ross-  laud the government candidate, Me-  Kuiir-, is huiiini'ied by his late uppeur-  cnmp.il.y.  >"l-:w A'nitK. .Inly l.-The New  York Herald gives a long el..'se-riptiiin  of lhe position of the troop**, -Imwirig  that Shafter lues the Spanish army at  S intiiigei e nnipli'tely bemnii'd in and  intends to captiue what is left nf it  after lbe battle. Orvera'.- fh-et isal������o  to be bugged   in lending   to   llu*   pin,  with its treatment by the government  and will poll a big vote for  their candidate. Air. Hume's chance  is good in Nelson, whicli'will-probably  go opposition. In S. E. Kootenay  Colonel Biker's opponent, AV.  AV. B:iilli<*. though a clever  journalist, is not a popular man.  nor one  in  whom   the   electors vcem  gramme.    It is believed that wh-n the   ������������������H"*'"'   to   l'l"'������'<"   "K'h   eonfidence  It   is   almost   a   certainty    that  that  Spani.-h are defeated, tbey will blow  vp their ships anel hi _><>niil*< and d .'-troy  all their military stores.     "���������  coiistitueni-'y will ngain be represented  by the Hon. Minister of Mines "in  the  j next legislature.  General  Italian uij  Aniithi:  placed in j  !~~-\-niglH  den-el by  Genera^  Saiitiaireo '  Lord fcilij  Slice essnr  '   The Unf  an    uppre  penses of I  The Ui^  before Su  before' ada  Great ]  seiitntive;'  vention.  in Quebec]  It ts sat  butterlllos,  and 1,000  000 ontcrii  tlio bcicoii  lint ono t  pillnrs in  thi- and  moro.     Iin  known Sw*  birds ugrici  nnnlhilu  bor of  bands can  of years.  foi  dei  VTIONS  fAspirants���������Cor-  ate.  Jven,lnd.,A. L  H.   Stewart,  A.. E.  Mc-  furner, govt,  govt.   Semlin,  Item, govt.   R.  i        ' '  fn, govt.     AV.  Henderson,-  lopp.  JGregiir.   govt.  |urner.    govt.  Jivt.   Forster,  |ovt.     Whel-  Ind. govt.  \X govt. D.  fgovt. F. J.  ind. govt,  govt. Jas.  Igovt. Green,  jlson', govt. F.  laker,   govt.  Cotton, C. E.  lip.     R.   Mc-  -IlllMI.    J.    T.  AV. S. Mu*  pi, govt. T.  fefovt. M. J.  fcpp. AV.'R.  fivt'..    A. W.  tiovt.' xv:  Han-is, Ind.  D". XV. Hig-  |ts, govt.    ,T.  kt Kootenay  ������Kellie,.opp.  (liter,    govt.  .govt. -Ale-  jgovt.    Pr'efi-  tvl.    Lal'.ore,  fcef.  |med  a new  is     being  "lippii���������nfur-  'ute. Out.  ^vuncing   lo  .1 roups,  lionet! as (hu  I brown out  ���������-cr the ex-  freiice.  pes are now  jig supplies,  .ack.  hi led re-pre-  ^tiiuiar con-  iis to be held  000 kinds of  nlteil States,!  roduco 1)00,-'  '.,000,000)  tho third.'  ,000 cater-1  irdii doublo'  da 8,000,0001  the   well I  that without7  i���������that bird! I  renter num*,  iian   humnn  ma number'  WOMAN AND HOME.  PROFESSOR OF DOMESTIC ECONOMY  IN AN AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.  About Overdressed Women���������The Beautifying Bath���������Olive Schrelner���������Why There  Are So Many Nurses���������Making Nurserj  Floture Books,  A man may make a houso, but lt Is the  woman who makes thoiiome, and If, tha  combination of liousckoopor and homo-  keeper Is to bo tho fortress of our future  ns the growing popularity of housoholel  economics hortilils, then grout credit is due  to her who trains tlio girls of today for the  homes of tomorrow. "  Such is tho work of Miss Mario B. Scnn,  professor of domestic economy nnd physical  training ln the stato agricultural college  of North Diikota, n woman remarkably  young to holel such a position, but whose  dignity and earnestness of purposo .help  her to push for a iicrson with "years told"  behind hor. Miss Senu is of Swiss pnrent*  0������0, and to this may bo attributed limoh  of the courage ond energy which hus characterized iici work. She is truly a western product, havlng~-beeii born and raised  'in Kansas, griulutitihg from the Kansas  Agricultural colle-go at the age of, 18. Following this, sho taught and llnully enont  nearly two years in post griultiuto study at'  her nlinti niater, assisting ulso in the work  of tcnulmiK. - .  In tlio fall of 1894 she camo to North  Dakota, and in the lntorvunlng time has  made herself  Indispcnsnblo  in-the college  Tho frolj  Alaska  Its broad thi  Whilo its lei  _t  glacier r'  iit thick, i...  ItU tl"l UliiwE  MARIE B. SENN. ~   <>'  work nnd has won many friends In Forgo.'  Shu is interested in ovory step of advance  groiindlor woninn and a general allround  huiiuiiiitai'iaii. In her work ns North Dakota ]iresiiluntof tho Housoholel Economio  ns'neiiitloii she Is making effortB to intro- ���������  ilucu' hor work into tho clubs, several already having adopted lt for part of their  fetudy course Shu has spent her summer  viicutlous in upoolul study in Chicago und "  Kiiiisas City ond is awake to overy prao-  tii-al innovation thnt appears above.the  Imrt/.on of huiiie work. During' her first  .tw1u..vi'qis.in_the_fitntp_she_gqyo telling ad-  dicssos in dilloront towns. .   .   ~ '  In tho nearly four years of hor teaching  in tho college the number of girls hnvo increased " Two years ago thero wero only  11 girls in nil. Thin year about 50 of tho  236 pupils nre girls. Forty-three of these .  girls uro enrolled In the household economic department, nnd 20 nro now in the  classes pursuing tho study of foods and  practical cookury. The sewing classes nro .  well filled under the instruction of 'Miss  Amy Nichols. Theso girls rupresoiit principally tho American and Norwegian nationalities and aro drawn from all parte of  tho stato.  .       O  " Tha household economio department,  formerly culled tho doinoetlo economy department, is u regular branch of tha col-  lcgo work. Two large, light, airy and  pleasant rooms In one of tho college bulld-  ingB, looking off toward tho town, are sot  apart for this deijmrtniont. Ono is a regularly appointed kitchen laboratory, with  tables, cooking utcnuili, range, gasolino  etovo aud Aladdin ovon, food charts, mu-  ioum of compared food products and everything to give tho pupils a comprehensive idea of tho chemistry of food and cook-  ey. Tho othor, the lecture room, Is prettify furnished and utilized as a dining  room and for the towing class., Here the  pupils havo prootlco lessons in tbo preparation and serving of meals. A few of the  girls assist in ono way nnd anothor to help  themselves through tho course. Fart of  thorn board in town and occasionally follow somo side pursuit to help them out  financially.���������Minneapolis Journal. THE SEASON'S STYLES.  ft.  Another Itevlval of Umpire Fashions In  Furls.  I.ovors, collars and opnulcts nro moro  and lnoiu trliuinoil with ruches, pliiltlng-e,  lusurlInns and applications of gulpuio or  of luco with thu mesh out, nway. As a  greater amount of ornanioiitiitloii li used  on skirls, boil ices fallow suit, and, except  In tlioo!i������o of tailor inado gowns, nro much  adoi'iuiil. Collins, which are a trillo smaller, ma finished with lucu or inoiissollno do  sole, und cravats and jabots nro very  greatly favored.  Tliu success n������ "I'liiniila" tit tho Ynuilo-  vllie*, In l'.uls-, hus glvun a nowliiipulsu to  onipiro faililon.s, Iml tlioso nro t,ceii unly  for houso gowns, us they do not loud thorn*  It  CA__I__r COSTUME.  solves woll to tho modern theory of street  uttiro nor to the niutoriuls noiv employod  fotv-alking costumes. '  - /I'ho picture illustrates a calling oostumo  having a skirt of black iiioussolino do solo,  wliich is gatliorcd at tho waist over n"  plain skirt of bluo fntin. The pointed  bodico of tho bluo satin Is,covered with  black mousse-lino nnd has n yoko of blnck  velvet oiiibroldercd with silver, forming  three long points in front. The guinipo is  of plaited iiory mousseline nnd jabots of  the same goods nro "placed on each sido of  tho mide-lojvclvoc point. Tho sleovos uro  of blnck oiiibroldercd tulle o\er tho satin  .nud havo small pull's of black moussolino  "nnd squaro epaulets of embroidered vclvot.  Tho hat of plaited blr.ck liioiisscllno do  solo is trimmed with wings of jut spanglos  nud with llowors. Judic CuOLLET.  W-'u  SUMMER WRAPS.  I'---  l.. *  I>ainty Capes to Accompany AVarui AVeath-  , '     er Gnu 113.     ' --���������*      *  Suminor enpes nro vory short, just covering thoshou]dci'-,~whic-h thoy wldon, and  leaving thefwaist fully visiblo. Thoy aro  muck trimmed���������in fact, nro entirely composed of trimming���������and nro iiio������t becoming to nearly overy woman. A fow descriptions may bo giion, illustrating different  styles. Ono enpo consists of threo plnit-  ings of pink and gray chimgcnblo tafTeta.  Over tlioso plnitiugs fall threo ruffles of  black silk etaniiiio, headed by ruches of  black satin, and the collar is a largo rucho  of black nioussclino de soio mixed with  black satin bows. At tho hack of tho neck  n black satin bow is fastened by a silvor  buckle, from which  two  long  sutiu ends  A MOMENTOUS PROBLEM.  Oh, dear, oh,  dear!   Whnt  will   wo  do with  thirst?  Of courso thero's nhvnys water if we durst  Risk in iui oho-:, or with sand nnel elm! coil tinct  It amy by llii'iu who'd livei nlwny lie drinkM  Upon t!iu lunched  compulsion.   Thei*. tliL-ru's  nillli���������  At li'nst whnt IooIch lo ho oC thiil hlo.t Ilk���������  Tlmt li'iue'il in  nil, but  thoio   bu  tlicm Unit  Utile  Insinuato of wntcr blent with chnlk,  And somo ulvn liorriblo iUukuoscs  Of t>pbii*i KuruiH and tuberculosis.  ThPiu'-bccr���������oh, to bosuie, llii'ia'nIrftcr b"i* r,  And   ktudiud    mult ly    blows  lho   ele'iirth  lo  ohcui'���������  Don't  lm  loo sure!   Ero you- tlio cup hnve  iiunilVil  Thu Miivaco iiioiiKi'rs roino lo spull llie di.ift.  Adiillciiitu, Vila slull I    Unlit, 'Iwould--com,  For hrtiti . lit licit.   Anil Inn nnd colVeu teem  Wilh lurlcbiK llll, nail even lcmonnilu  Is not ut virtue, lest y������ni wntch It inado.  KIllK Alcohol nnel nil Ills lion Id brood  Aio pnst lhe pule of tolerance���������tabooed I  Vow conies n follow full ol' chemist piiiui  And "-ivs beef tea is poison of ptoiiialiien.  Hero wu ceiino'lmck lo where wo -Cic at first.  Oil,  dear, oil, dear I   Whnt will  wo  do with  thiist?  ���������New Vork Journal.  THIN WRAPS.  SHAWL CAPE.  fnll half way clown the skirt.. Another  capo has a foundation of black satin, upon  which are sowod nt narrow intervals vertlf"  eal ruches of black moussolino do soic.  Betweon the ruches a Una galloon of stocl  and gold is applied. Tho vnlois collar Is  embroidered with steal and gold and lined  with a thick rucho of orenm mousseline do  sole. Still another capo of ntnuvo and  poarl gray changeable taffeta is trimmed  with applications of old point, fastened  down by silvor embroidery. Between tho  applications wonders a flno loco insertion,  under whioh is run n mauvo ribbon.  Among cloth capes mny bo mentioned ono  of mnstio tiflt, tho edgo cut in scallops  which fall over n plaiting of pink silk.  Lines of mastio and roso embroidery con-  tinuo tho division of tho scallops up to the  collar, whioh is nlso scalloped over a plaiting of pink silk ond oiubroidorcd with roso  and maBtio silk, with steel cabochons. A  cravat of plaited pink silk with lace ornaments the front.  Tho ont given In today's lssuo shows a  ebawl capo of blnok brochc Hllk. It is  round at tho book nnd pointed in front nnel  is trimmed all around by n rufllo of lnco  headed by a rucho of black mousselino do  eoIo. Jnbots of whito laco nnd plaited  blnok moussolino do soio nro nrrnnged  down tho front, and tho collar is composod  of n doublo rucho of 'blaak moussolino n_  sola ond whito Ince.       Jumc- Ohollet.  Algy's Mishap.  Gus���������Did you hoar about Algy f Poor  fellah 1  Clarunco���������N'o, dear boy.  Gus���������Ho whs walking along In-tho  stroot whon un idea struck hhn and paralysed ono sido of his bead. ���������Comio Cuts.  Its Owu Reward.  "Here, mister!"  Tho frocklod faced boy in tho clovntod  rnilwny-car ran nfter tho passenger who  had dropped n package and caught him  just us ho got out on tho platform.'  "Is this yours?" ho asked.   -  ���������'Yes. ThaiiK you ovor -so much," replied the giutoful owner, taking it and  putting it under his arm. "You nro an  honest bov," ho added ns the train movoel  off.  "That's all I gitfur it, is it?" yelled tho  lad, leaning out o\urthiigatoand shaking  his flst nt him. "I won't bo so bin med  honest with tho next thins 1 find, dag-  gonoyol"���������Chioago Tribune.  It AA'na Kclinblo.  '.'You mny say what you please about  expensive oloeks, but it's a fact that I'vo  got a cheap clock at homo Hint I bought  SO years ago, placed on tho mntitol-holf,  wound a ml "put right, and from 'hat day  to this it has novor varied so much us"one  .minute.". So said, tho man who pridod  himself on his sonsu of humor.. ."  "Indeed! Wonderful I Amazing I"'cama  from the auditors of thlsioniarkablo statement. "Do you, mean really to say,'.'  nskoit ono of them,.".that tlio,clock has  nover varied a inlnnto in all thoso yoare?"  ' "Not a minute.' Tho fact is, I broko tho  mainspring in windlng'it, and it has never dono a tick since."���������Tit-Bits.  _ Tho Doctrine, Applied.  "I beg your pardon���������do "you bclievo ln  tho jMonroo doctrine?"  " At the earnestness of tlio voico tho man  who sat opposito," riding backward, with  his feet perched on the other end of tho  speaker's sent, looked up from his paper.  "You bet I elo!" ho oald omphnticnlly.  "Then"���������and thero was triumph lu the  other's voico���������"you must recogni-0 my  right to oipel any foreign fcot from this  territory!"  Ho did.  And all tho oar laughed.���������Chicago Record.  * .   t        Supply aud Demand. . ~  Thontor Pntron (to tlckot speculator)���������  Xo tickets left  in the  bo.-ofllco..  What's  your chargo tonight?  , Speculator���������Threo dollars. s  Patron���������I want two.  ���������  Speculator���������Two."  Got a lady with ye?  Patron���������Yes".  Speculator���������Wifo or sister?  -���������   Patron���������-t-o; a young iady.  Speculator���������Horn's  the tickets.    Eight  dollars.���������Now,York Wookly.  A Silver Lining.  Mr. und _lrs. Cooper do not get along  woll together. Sho i.s not to blame, for ho  is always saying spltolul things. For in~-  Ftaiic'e, whon sho happened to say that a  niurdcror had beon sontoiicod to -0 yeurs  In Sing Slug ho remarked:  "Woll, ho is in good luck."  "How so?"  "IIo will havo u quiet timo of it until  ho gots out, and then hu will bo too old to  marry."���������Harlem Life  AVarnhIp.1* Geuclcr.  "Tho present war scare has provldod mo  with  nn  additional  explanation of why  warships aro called'bhe,' " romarkod tho  Eiiako editor to tliu horse editor.  ' "Whnt Is it?" -  "Becauso they change names whon they  obniigo ownership."���������Pittsburg Chronicle-Telegraph.    .  A Return Shot.  Mr. Boardor���������Mrs. Caterer, lot me tell  you that if you want to ho up to tbo times  you'll havo to got a sideboard.  Mrs. Caterer���������And let mo tell you, Mr.  Boarder, that If you ain't moro up to time  in your payments you'll hnvo to got outside board.���������Boston Courier.  Good Timepiece.  Tough Customor���������How- much can I get  on this gulel watch?  Pawnbroker (in a whisper)���������My friend,  if a policeman soos you with that watch  you will get about two year . I will give  you S" on it.���������Chicago Triburo.  A Mean Swindle.  Mistress���������Did you ask for milk bread?  Domestic���������Yos, liiuui.  "AVhat a mlserablo littlo loaf they gave  you!"  "Yos, mum. It's my opinion, mum,  tbat that bakor is using condensed milk."  ���������Now York Weekly.  IjlBhtwoIght Outer Garments  For Warm  Wcallicr Use.  Round capos nro now worn by girls and  young womon only. Oldor women wonr  wraps with larger ends ln frout, capos of  a shawl shnpo or enpo fichus. An exception may ho mado with raspectlo ostromo-  ly short round enpes, wliich nro senrcoly  moro than wiilo collars, covered with  mailing!;, plnltlngs and rufBos. Theso aro  worn by woiuun of every uro.  Tho edgo of capos, maiitlos nnd flohus  for out of door wenr is often cut In large,  round scallops, beneath which Is placod n  vory full rulllo or plaiting which puffs out  bolwoon tho tabs.  Tho collar- of cloth capes nro less high  than thoy havo beon, and aro turned over  It thu oil go, boing lined with a ruoho of  Uiousscllnu da soio, tullo or lnco. AU  capos, whothcr of cloth or silk, uro usually  lined with silk. Silk sorgo, with a honvy  rib, ohaugonblo satin iluchcsso or shut taffeta is iiiiiployod for such linings, which  nro light or bright in color.  Boleros, whicli huvo como tn lifo again,  are to bo much worn during the summer,  BOLERO WR.-.P.  a bolero and skirt worn with a silk blouse  ox a shirt waist being a fnvorito costume  for the country, the sonsido or for morning uso in tho" cily. "��������� Tho bolero, which is  mado so thai it mny bo tnkon off, like a  coat, is lined throughout with silk, no  scams boing visiblo. Sometimes it is cut  fccjuaio across at tlio waifct in front, somo-  tinics lho corners nro rounded, sometimes  thoy aio carried down in points below tho  waist lino. Thoro aro usually rovers and  a collar, and tho decoration is 6uch as may  suitably adorn a street costume for ordinary use���������braid, stitching or bands of  plain or shirred ribbon.  Tho  illustration  shows .a  bolero cape.  'The body is of black- onibroidorod tullo  ovor  omeinld  orcon  satin, the sleeves of  'black, plaitod moussolino do soio bordored  with n rucho of the samo material. 'Tho  flaring collar is, bgrdeicd with a.similar  rucho, and tho opaulcts of plaited moussolino nro edged in tho samo way. _ A'deop  frill of plaited mou=solino .forms*n stolo'  front, finished nt tho bottom with a ruoho.  Tho emerald green straw toquo is triminod  with black plumes mid a cluster of flowors.  JUDIC CtlOLIjET.  - NEW MILLINERY.  Freferrecl Trimmings For Fashionable Hats  ���������* and Bonnets.    ' -  Flowers aro used in largo masses on this  season's millinery, tho former custom of  employing ono or two largo flowers or a  spray having beon cntiroly abandoned. A  dozen or two dozen roses nro not too many  for ono hat in addition to ribbon or othor  trimming. Not only nro many flowors and  -much foliage used, but fruit also in qunn-  titios, and most o_cellont imitations of  cherries, grnpos and currants aro mado for  millinory uso. These fruits, although thoy  look heavy, aro not so, boing thin and hollow. A lint o������ whito vonetian straw is  trimmed with black velvet, rhinestono  buckles and shaded cherries. Another, of  mauvo straw, has a decoration of mauvo  satin and blnck mid whito grapos with  thoir foliage. Scarlet roso hips, purplo and  green ivy borrios nnd various kinds of picturesque seod vessels uro also employed,  and tho white, downy bonds of dandelions.  Drnpories of plcco goods���������silk, satin,  tullo, gauza and fancy nots of all kinds���������  aro moro ussd for hat trimming than are  LONDON MURDERER  Still Remains at Liberty���������He Is a  Wooden Legged Tramp  London, .lime 20���������Fuller detail, of  the killing of Constable Twohy aie lo  hand. Jas-. Russ, a walchmau on lliu  Gi.'iud ituuk, ivii< ntiarki'd by a  wooden li'ggeel trump who was walking on the tracK. and knocked  senseless by n blowlroiu nstick. AA'oid  was sent lo the police sl'ilion anil  when the patrol wagon in rived with  Constables Jlunopul, Mot gun and  Howell, it was asrei laiticd that the  li."imp had gone east. .Morgan inhumed Twohy, who wit*, lining duly in  the east end, to be on the lookout ior  the Irani and lo arrest him. Twohy  houid that the fellow h,id gone towards the U. P. R , ami I'uhowed in  llint. duri'lioii. The li limp's leg made  iileniillcalion easy. Twohy sighted  him on Ontaiio street making lor lbe  0. P. 11., about !).:������'. On atlempting  to ui'i-sl. him, thu tramp diuwaiJS  calibre levolver and lb ed at Twohy's  head, the bullet sti iking an open faced  witlch. Beforo the Constable could  ilishurin the wretch the latter Hi eel ii  second shot which enteied Twohy's  forehead killing him instantly. A  message lo the station lit ought out,  the whole force and search was made  till one o'clock and was renewed at  daylight: Dr. Seaborne examined lhe  victim and lound thai, llie bullet had  entered the biiiin. Twohy was only  3D years ot age. He joined lhe force  heie on June (Jlh, 1S.S7, iit the SgQ of  _S yeuis, and was one ol Ihu belt  ollicers. lie leaves a, wife and thiee  childi.n. r  If you want employment, or  looking for a houso to rent when  you leach  Vancouver apply to  The Vancouver Employment  and House   Renting" Agency  '01,    Hastings    Slrcet.    West.  Tfoe Vernon Soda  Water  Works . .  M. J. O'BI-IEN,   PROPRIETOR  Mii-Uf.icttl'nr nf Soda Water. Xiikoi'  j\Io, a.iruupi Ilia and all Soft 1)1 inks.  A full HiioplY kept ill stuck at Mc-  Curly'ii Oold hioiagi*. whero orders  cun be loft. uSOsw-lf  JAS.   McMAHON  .  Genes al  Blacksmith  AND VefOOD WORKER.  "WOULD    YOU    INVEST  NOT GUILTY  Town Constable at Regina Acquitted on  a Serious Chaige  l-KGl-fA Li_.-_t_Eit--YcsU_-d.iy Judge  Richfudson gave decisiun dismissing  the charge ot indecent assault brought  .igainst Thomas lliscox, town inspector, by Mrs. Robei t Legg. Legg le-  pealed her allegations. A young mau  named Nixon who had been working  near the residence gave corroborative  testimony as.to'a window blind being  drawn during the time that lliscox  was in the house delivering a municipal notice. Another German woman  swore that the accused bore himself  improperly, towards her on another  occasion.        ' - -- .  lliscox liitlly .contradicted the  charges of improper actions. He explained that he went to the house in  the oidinury. discharge of his duty.  Ue found the prosecutiix alone in bed.  Lie explained to lier the purport of the  notice be went'to serve, and was not  in the house more than two minutes!  James Russell it harness maker,, who  carried into ihe box a wooden leg,  swore* that he w_ old not believe ihe  prosecutrix on oath, and testified that  he had improper1-relations with her  himself liefinc ber'mart ingu. .To Mr.  Johnstone, this.witness admitted that  lie had had such relations with several  young girls under.lO years of age, _M r.  Johnstone said to the witness that he  was a nice clia~'_)_tertto come and attempt to swear- away - anyone's  character. -The Judge in,referring to  this witness later on made use-of the  term "gentlemen," but said he would  have to plead saicasm to justify the  use of tbe term.  , Mayor Darke testified to the good  character of accused.   , '  . In giving judgment on Wednesday  liis Lordship said that the only cor-  rohorative, [evidence��������� Nixon's��������� was  weakened by the witness's admission  of having boasted after the preliminary examination that he was "getting  even"with the accused for a grudge  The charge was dismissed.  \A~UK0ii3, heavy nnel light, built to order or  repaired    Horseshoeing ii specialty. -      '  Shop on Dougl'iB Street, Iiiul, KovclsloV-c.  S. McMahon, M.inugur.  Shop on Fltst Struct, iust vest ot Union  II ml, lten-l3tcko Station. Jim McMiihon,  Manugur.     , . ., a"_-l������  Wc Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  - aim Lumber  CUT PRICES  FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix yon  REVELSTOKE.SAW NULLS  Rcvoistoke Station, B. C.  Wendell Maclean   -'  Wholesale   ��������� .,'  a~_d_.etail "  PROFITABLY ?  If So Come to Revelstoke the Mining  Centre of North Kootenay   -   -   -   -  Why lie Delayed. i  City Merchant (to newly eiigugod porter  from rural district)���������Light thu gas, Prlnco.  (l~i.o minutes later angrily) Why don't  you tin n on tho gasf , .  ��������� Frinco���������I-isrboss.-nnd-jes'a-waitlirfur  de wick to como up!���������Now York Truth.  _Vothiii_. to Pawn.  Ned���������I don't see how I am going lo get  through tho suuuuor.  Ted���������AVhut's tho niatterP  -  Ned���������Some tluof got into tho houso last'  sight and stole ull my *.. intor clothes.���������'  "UP   tO   DlltO; ' -  It? Goes Without Snylnc  Eddy���������l_nt, I say, don't you ever wash?  Tramp (in   niuok   indignation)���������Wash,  d'yer'-nyy   Lor''lovo yer!   Ain't yer nc\er  i seen tho IcsUTiuoninls I'm always n-givin  . to tho soap peoplrf���������Ally Sleiper.  -Bravo Mali.  "Bravo!   AA'oll, I should say ho was."  "AA'liat has ho ovor doneV''  "Done! AVhy, sir, ha volunteered to play  tho Spanish villain in a Bowery melodrama."���������Chioago Post.  GIRL'S HjIT.  ribbons, unless tho latter nro very wldo  and aro sblrred in somo fantastic way,  with wires run in to bold.thom stiff. AA'hen  ribbon Is used, it is frequently plaid or  striped. Roman stripes having come to  the front for sashes and cravats, some hats  ore seen with EOft crowns of Roman silk,  but these do not appear to striko the fashionable fancy.  Spangled  and jeweled  trimmings aro  still ln high favor, and many small shapes  aro quite covered with  jet or motal in the  form of embroidery or spangles.  I     Today's picture illustrates a girl's hat  . of Italian straw, in tho shepherdess shape.  I It is trimmed with a plaiting of v. Into taf-  j feta, which   is  niranged in   fans forming  an algret at the left side.    A quantity of  daisies is placed over the crown, along tho  I brim and underneath at tbe sides, and in  j front Is a bow of black velvet.  Jddic Cno______.  Tlio  ItCHHOU.  Sponcor���������AVhy was AA'eylor accused of  showing the whito feat her?  l~ormi_,uu���������'They found ho wroto Iiii iic-  torios wilh a quill pen.���������Now York Journal.    A I'raiaoworlliy-Ilovlval.  "Xs Professor Ilnrkcr still engaged in  ���������rchiEological rc-earch;-"  "Yes.- IIo is now getting out a lecture  on tho AA'orld's fair!"���������Chicago Hocord.  Mornios l'lrcs For ~llary.  Thi. here win's a cruel sight-  Turns yer life contrary.  (TlunI: I'll '.tay at homo an llgli'  Morula (lies fer Mary!)  Think o' lii-irclun day nn night���������  fiick nn sad an weary I  (Think I'll -,tnj at homo nn light -  ~Uorr.ni ihes for llary I)  Course the country's cau__o is right,  But I'm stationary.  Ef tiiey kilt mc, who would light  Hoi nm lires fer ilary ?       tf'  Three cheeis fcr 1hc boys that fight)  Y.'ar is too contiary  Fer a man tliey raised ter light  Mcruin Drcs fer Mary I  ���������Atlanta Constitution.  Toronto is contemplating building u  mammoth hotel to cost three ejn.irter  of a million dollars. Itis to be operated by an English syndicate and the  building is to be commenced without  delay. It is afliimed that Hip structure" will be ;i*i Urge as the AValdoi f  hotel in New Yoik.  At Wolseley, Assa., Ja<~t Monday ;i  tornado destrnypd a skating and culling link, overturned three C. P. I������.  freight i".ii~, elf"-tioyed :_ new chinch  nnd several bouses and stables. A  new lumber yard b-id ju������t been started  and had 13 cais of lumbrr neatly piled.  Since the storm Ihey have beeu hauling tbe timber in from the surround-  ingprairie.  ruggi8V.uaigary  S^ail,Orders_ Promptly Attended To.  f22-tf '  '  !E������ELSTQI^E  .   BlaeKsm.tl-i-Sa:* Jobbinsr  _    Plumbins.   Pipe Fitting  - Ti_H-_uit__i_-_" -        . _ .j   '  Sheet Iron Work"  . '  Maciii__e_~y; Repaired.'.  Mining Work a Sppciaity���������_____  .   -ROBT. GORDON.  -    Revelstoke Stn.  ^GvelstoS^e  Hospital  Maternity Room iii connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs, i Attendants  Wood! \v ood!  __-_______-______.- Gimmnteed Full  _    i   ""���������    U6Hl=Mw--i___'r=   =-^-'-=-7^  - The undersigned has .a large supply  of Hemlock, Spruce,, Pir anil ,Pmo  Wood for sale. .Any person reepiiring  wood .will kindly leave their orders  with Mr. XV. M. Lawrence, Reqeistoke  Station, or with II. N. Coursier,  Front Street, llevelstoke  17ntf FRANK JULIAN.  It has been predicted by leading men of Canada thnt Uevtlstoko will  be one of the leading cities of AA'est Koolenay. That its unique position  where the C, P. II. crosses the beautiful Columbia valley, with water transportation co the north and south and in close proximity to tho richest mines  in Koolenay, making its location unusually favorable. If you want to invest  your money in manufactories, real estate, or mining property, visit  Revelsloke, the "Gateway Lo the Kootenay." '  AA'e are moving to the fiont and" no obstacle will or can impede our  wonderful progress. Do not forget Ibat. you will never buy real estate as  cheap as you can buy it today. Figure the increase of the past and speculate  in Revel-toke, the "Gateway to the Koolenay."  The banks of the Columbia, on which river the town is .situated, have  been the stage upon which strange scenes have been displayed and wild anel  daiinir exploits pei formed by the thousands who entered tliis district during  Lhe '07 gold boom in the Uig Bend.  Itevelstoke is probablv one of the oldest towns in the interior.   And it  wus not utilil this  title question  was settled Unit Revelstoke really began to  l'nige ahead, commercially and otherwise.    Growth was slow until 1S07, but '  the old timers and newcomers had great confidence in the town and s.acted in J  Lo make it a mining centre worthy of note.  The   C.  P. R. is   concentrating all its   principal woikshops on the-'  western division at llevelstoke.   Revelstoke is not only a mining town, huti-i-.  now and will bo increasingly so in the future a railway point of considerable ,  importance in the C. P. R. system and a distributing centre for the business of *  the rich mining districts included in the section popularly known as North -  Kootenay.   Its lmpot'ance in  these connections is clue to its unique geographical position.    Seated in a beautiful open valley at the point of intersection  of. the Columbia river and the C. P. R. main line, it commands the passes  running north and south, to the famous gold fields of the Big Bend anel the  lich  mineral leads   of the Lardeau, while on  the east up the lllecillewaet  another district of great prospect is being opened up.   The town is the point  of junction  of  Lhe main  line and the Arrowhead branch of the C. P. It'., by  wliich access is gained to the South-Kootenay by rail aud steamer.   Another  line of steamers will make  Revelstoke their "starting poiut for the Big Bend,  for which country it i _ at present the sole outfitting point and base of supplies.  Thus by the mere foice ol  geographical position alone Revelstoke has forged  to the front until the little mining camp of a few years ago has become a town  of considerable importance to the busiuess of the province.  i The mining industiy is still in its infancy, but with the careful expen- ,  dilurc of capital in development work will grow to large dimension?. ���������',,  Large mens of hind"-in close proximity to tbe town arc covered with J  timber suitable for lumber, but probably just as valuable as fire wood, there'1  being no coal deposits ci: .covered near at hand as yet.   This land when cleared"  is proving to  be exceptionally fine farmingJand gardening land,   and   the.  demand for produce is always many times larger than the supplv, train loads  being imported fiom other points" every season.   This should he taken into  consideration by intending settlors. ��������� - '.'".,'  - ' Across the river from Rcvtlstoke an excellent clay exists for the mak  ing of brick in vast quantities, wliich commands a high price at anj~ time.       *v  The Lown enjoys many advantages: A fine, 'healthy- climate���������the"  death rate heing exceedingly low���������good water,"supplie_el hy a system of water"  works, from the mountain side just north of the town, underlying which is a  stjiiitum of gravel that ensures a natural drainage. A short distance up the.C  P. R. track, east, to the Illecillewaet river, is a canyon and falls, whicli must  be seen to be fully appreciated. The power from these falls is now being utili-,  zed by .-the Itevelstoke Water, Light to Power Co. for running their fine elec-.  trie lighting plant. They have an unlimited power .which later on will be  iiaeful for manufacturing" purposes and running the proposed streetcar line.   j  Subsep.be   fop tfye Daily, op 'Semi-Weekly  .Herald and Keep Posted on-JVoptfo Kootenay  __���������'���������������_  FERGUSON  The Centre   of the   Lardeau ~ Mines  Be Sure anil, register at the  B^LJV\0RJ1L JiOTEL  When-yon reach FERGUSON.  The table is provided with the best  the market affords.    Rates from $2  to $3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������  Proprietors.  L, JI, FREIZ  Contpaetop and'Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Blink.  Workmanship Guaranteed  ___���������������������������Terms  Cash  50" YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  . . - Copyrights &c.  ��������� Any ono ������cndln(������ n Blecleh and doscrlptlem may  qulc-ly .-__er_nln onr opinion frco whether an  Invention I-i prolinbly nntentiiblc. Comin-nlcn-  tion-mtrlctly cnii-iicntiat. Hiui_l>ookon I'ntcnts  sont froo. oldest neency- for secunn.Mintcnu.  . PntcnU tnkon throin.li .lunn _. Co. rccelvo  eiieclal notice, without charge, in tho   -  Alinndso-icly Illustrated weekly. Iflrccst clr.  culntlon of nny scicntlllo Journal. Terms, *3 a  year: four months, fL Soldbyiill ncwuilcnlcrj.  MUNN&Gg.36'?-0-"1^' New York  Urancli Office*. (."35 I" St.. AVashlDBton, D. C.  AViito for our interesting hooks "Invent-  i or's Help" and "How >ouiarc swindled."  , 5~end us a rough slcetcli or model of your  [ ii_\cn_ionori:iii__*.CPicnt and wc v.ill tell  . -vou free c_r c;rn'.on aa lo -whether it is  i probably patentable. AVe make a specialty  , cf applications rejected in other ___di.  i Highest rcfcicnccs furnished.  SXARION & MARION  J PATENT SOLICITORS _S EXPERTS .  , Civil - jrncbanicil  rnmnerrs, Grr.tlnntcs of tho ^  . Polytechnic School of  I nj.ln������'pri!i(f. Pachcior3 ln )  App i.il   Scicr.-cs,    ],.i..i'.   Uril\er0ity   Members 1  I'atcnt I,r.\v j\u3oci .Hon   Anirrican Wi*ti r "WorLs )  As������i>cl-ilfon, ~*.'������-.\  _:n_l. -i.i  W.-tcr \Vor_. -Is^oc. )  1 3'. Q Sui*.eyor3 jlE^octltiou, _l_-OC illnibci Can. A  1 SocUty cf CiMl Engineers.     . A  ! icnrra.. NEW YORK L'FE 3-lD'C. MOHTREAL CAH.  5  , I"-**- (ATIANTIC BVIIDINC, VMSHIKCTOM, D.C.     >  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  ������������������ ���������_ / --*  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE.  Tlie Pioneep  Stores  _of Fepguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co.  j  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods.  Everything to to found in a general store.  Post Ollice in connection.  At our TENT-MILE BRANCH Etore  Towder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and .nil Miners' nud Prospectors'Supplies are  kept on hand  C. B. JWacleafi  ARCHITECT,  and BUILDER ���������'. :"  Kstimates fti*-nished.   Plans end specifications'made. Am al_o prepared lo do ,  'Shop  and job   work  tin  lhe  shortest  notice.      Satisfaction   puarantetd   in  every case.   Gall or write for tcrma.  Main Street  Revelstoke  Sam Needham  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Gocd Style at Lowest Prices.  Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Yukon and Klondike Gold  Fields. *  To Eastern and European points.  To Pacific Coast; China, Japan  aud Australia.   - .     .  .  CARS  are models   of  TOURIST  Run .daily and  comfort.  Magnificent sleeping and dining  cal-s on all trains.  Tickets    issued-   through    and  baggage checked to destination.  Eostbouud-DAILY Train--Westbound  7:10 a.m. lve-Reyelstoke-lve 5:20 p.m.  Connection with Kootenay  points, 8 a.m. leave Revelstoke,  arrive 4:30 p.m.  For information, time card-,  maps and tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  AV.   F.    Anderson, Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  j _ff. J. Cotle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  TIME CJ\RD  Subject to change without notice.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  GOING WEST DAII__ GO-SO EAST  S_0am Leavo Kaaln Arrive3__ipm  838am ...South Fork... 3:15pm  SK36am       '    Sproule's....   "      2:15 p in  1:51am ������������������ ...AVliitewBter... ��������������� 2.-00pm  10.03 am ' ... Bear Like ... " 1:18 pm  10:18am " ...McGaiRan.... ** 1.33pm  lO-.tSam " Ccdy Junction " 1:12 pm  10_-0 am Arrive.... Sandon .... Leave ItfOp  J CODY LINE  Leave 11*0 a m Sindon.... Arrive 11:15 a m  Arrive 11:20 a m Cody L;ave ll_a a m  r���������������T-���������T . o C-.nr-T-v, n^^_���������,^      ROBKRT.IRA~_NG   | GEO.F.COPELAND  Douglas Street ��������� Revelstoke '    g. k. ana p. a.     i     s_per__ten eat w^mm&0������$m$m  mi&mmmtmM  Our opening on June 28th was a grand success. During the past few days hundreds of  people have been to see us, we sold a lot of goods and we believe our patrons are well pleased  with the excellence of our wares, and their value, we desire to thank you for your liberal  patronage which has been very encouraging, and we promise you the best of attention and  the best of goods at all times.  We Carry Ready-to-Wear Clothing, an  immense stock.  Gents' Furnishings, in variety to meet any  demand.  House Furnishings, comprising Hemp>  Union, Wool. Tapestry and Brussels Carpets.  Art Squares at $3.00 and up.  Tapestry, Curtains a Wonderful Range.  *���������"���������  Tapestry Table Covers, that will  wear  a  life time.  Down Cushions, in lovely goods.  Lace Curtains, Mantles and Piano Drapes,  75 cents up.  Eider Down Quilts at prices you can all  afford to pay.  Boots and Shoes in every variety for Men  Women and Children,  You are making a good investment when  you visit our premises.  Specialties: Rubber Goods, Miners' and  Prospectors' Outfits.  Mail Orders Promptly  attended to.  JAME  THE   TATLOB  BLOOI-:,  _VC___.0_S:_il3_T___I_3   AVEHTJE.  ^.-^~^._^P|^gp^0^^_.  mm0^@mmmm������mm mmm<m%m^mg<&m@mm  New Goods  Just Arrived^  Hammocks  Musical  -���������-Instruments,  Footballs.  Tennis  Racquets  Baseball Goods  Croquet Sets  Chinese  Lanterns  Purses  Pipes  Flags  O  Children's  Wagons  Wall Paper,  Etc., Etc.  Qanada Drug &  Book Co., Ltd.  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  ���������Call a: the A'ictoria at9:30 for a sandwich.  Vote for White and prospei ity.  Men's colored print shirts for $1.25  at Bourne Uros.  T. Ritjliton's Rurclen by Look's  brewery is a cracker jack this year.  The onions in it are worth ������. visit  alone. l  Men's straw hnts. in all styles, from  30c. up, at Bourne Bros.  * The Herald has more paid subscribers in Xorth Kootenay than any  other paper published. It is the home*  paper���������the paper people appreciate and  pay for.   It gives to-day's news to-day  Just received���������50 boy's knee suits in  all colors���������at Bourne Bros.  ���������Messrs. Hutchison to Co. arc receiving daily shipments of fruit of all  kinds'from the famous Coldstream  ranche. near Vernon. This fruit is  first class and will be sold to coii-um-  i*i s cheaper than ever. Order from  Hutchison to Co. early.  Tlie latest in men's brown, stiff hats,  juist received at Bourne Bros.  The Lash-Hamilton Concert Co.,  consisting of Miss Beatrice Hamilton,  elocutionist; Miss L. Winslow, the  Canadian girl 'cellist, and Miss Carrie  Lash, contralto, will Rive an entertainment here under the auspice., of  No. 2 Fire Bi igude on Saturday, Julv  Sib.  If you see it contradicted in the  Mailjit's so.  By express today. 50 pairs boy's  knee and knic pants' at Bourne Bros.  * The Revelstoke AA.iter, Light and  Power Company derided nt their  annual meeting, to make all rates payable at their office between the Island  10th days of each mouth. This rule  will be strictly enforced, and in case of  default in payment by lhe 10th of each  month the water will" be cut off.   lit  The best and cheapest black sateen  shirt in town for $l.l"~i at Bourne Bros.  Miss Powell intends _,to open a  primal y class in the kindergarten  school on Monday. Tt is intended for  the little ones in" the transition stage  from the kindergarten to first reader.  For terms anil further information  applv at the kindergarten between 0  sinclia a.m. or df MT^H-r-JNrConr-dcr.'  srcretiiry.  M _n's nil wool tweed suits���������regular  price $10 and $12���������now your choice  for $7.50.  R. P. Pettipiece received this morning a very fancy cheque from Hon.  Jos. Martin being the dividend on 130  Orphan Boy shares. Its full value  was 27 cents. At ten cents a share  Mr. Pettipiece is only outf>?_. on each  of theni. Deducting lhe bank commission fin- cashing the cheque he ha.  two cent -i left, of his ten dollars-. Thus  did Mr. Pettipiece's vision of wealth  beyond tin: di earns of avarice slowly  and sm ely melt away until it. positively  gives bim n pain in the feet to recall  them to memory.  Two pairs of union socks, regular  price   -Oi.".   a   pair,   now    for  25c.  at  Bourne Bros. ������  t.-  While* Mr. Baillio, th* Opposition  candidate*, is harping on the Chinese  HMention, he diii*s not. do it :is a matter  of pure principle, or he would not.  ignore the fart thai Ins master, the  Hon. Mr. I'o.tock "employs three  Chinamen on his ranch; one for cooking, one for igardening, nnel the third  for irrigating. If he 'does not prefer  them to Canadians it is very self-  sacrificing of him to employ them, as  it would not be a matter of dollars  and cents with such a rich man." It.  is plainly evident that, with Mr. Baillie  sauce for the Bostock goose is not  sauce for the Baker gander.���������Cran-  brook Herald.  We Carry    '  Foreign and Domestic Soaps and  " Perfumes.  A full line of Toilet Requisites.  A complete assortment of Stationery.  Drugs and Chemicals, every  preparation being fresh an  chemically pure.  Dispensing & -pecial feature of our bus inc.-.  <-/Chas. E. Reid & Co.  BIRTHS  Ba~~-c.~k_.-Y���������At? Revelstoke. June20th.  the wife of David Ij. B.ircklay,'of a  cl.iughle.i-.  Haip: & Crage  Notaries Public,  ���������Sole Agents for  evelstoke  ~^-J Townsite  MINING,  FIRE aud LIFE INSURANCE  1 Hudson's BaTj  f    Company   I  Vj -       .   ~INCORVORATJ.il 1070 &  I       ��������� ���������    I  S  The- Most   Up-to-Dafce   Outfitters ������  tj in Western Canada. V  ������   fc  I   I  Se   Intending Prospectors .-lionld write un ������1  S for one of our new Fouler., _i iilch *J  3 contains au  _xcell.nl Map and an S  3 estimat. of  the  probable co _t of a f.  complete outfit for tie. Gold Fleiel������. k.  w-  Hudson's Bay Stores,     h-  Calgary, k  Ca_g _P.Y, Feb. 1, ISO*. ?���������  SSS5=_3e_-_rSf>S^������-3_?������SSS52y������^:  Hundreds  c a  Have Tried Our Store  -���������<>       -And are ntw our  Customers......  Gent*.' Furnishings  Boot, and Shoes  Prospectors' Supplies  Camping Outfits  Suimnar UnderAvear  "^Hat's-ar.d-yGaps------- ������������������-���������  A Cool  Summer Suit  (One that fits)  Ia the proper thing just  now. We have a fine  stock to choose from, and  our prices are exceedingly  low, considering the value  we give.  Our Stock <���������> .  of Ready-to-Wear  Clothing is the Largest  and Bestin Revelstoke  Shirts, every description  Groceries, all fresh  Flour  ��������� Teas and Coffees  Bu'.ter and Eggs  Canned Goods  Vegetables  Miners and prospectors  ii-ttsttcdon short notice,  FALLIS BROS.:  ." The People'h Store."  Flour...  P.v the earlowl���������the tent I-ulee of the  lV'ljO'l. .  Bread...  The teuton the market, cither whit*  or brown.  Cakes, Confectionery, Groceries  I~**st vain"- in ReveI_to-_.  -A.   N,  SMITH  Agent I'or the   "       y  Blickensderfer  Typewriter  __-__"__  gggj1^ , Gents'.Furnishings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toiiet and  Fancy  Articles/Patent  Medicines, Etc.  post oor__~ia___ stobb, _e"bvblstokekb:c. '  *___������-  Keillor's   Dundee   Marmalade "in  if lb. Jafs"Jand^:l!>.Ja_-ct  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 I Large and Small Cheese. Freshly Made Butter.  Ncav Laid Eggs.  Hay, Oats, Bran, Chop, &c.  -SSia  THE STAR BARBER SH0P  ������������.$������<_-  Candies and Cigars and  Confectionery. Tobaccos.  _W-  ( AU kinds of -ilinviiK! Material  I Kept in Muck und for Mile lo llie  (    Trnelo.   I'rii'cs right.  Bath Room in Connection.���������Hot cr Cold.  Shop opposite1   Canada Drug *l* ltoei~.*Co.'s More.  A. H. S12INN,   PR0PRIET6R.  IR..   S.   "WIXiSOZsT  REVELUTOKE STAT101-, 11. 0.  Musical  Instruments  Vou are reqiiC-tcd to look over niy  select stock of [    VIOLI.S'S.OUITa'r.i   .... JMNTpOIjIS?..,    ilOItXKR'..  MOUTH ORGANS   8TR-NOP and ACESSORIES....  An excellent stock at lenv prices.  Tfil.iici*(.s, e-l|;nrs, Soft Kcfrchinj: firlnk-,      <.'  S'tnti.incr}, Novel", Japanese Curio", Etc.  Chas. J. Aman  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson  &. Co.,  MackeM-ie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in i-urniture.  ELLIS & GROGAN  Insurance, Commission and   Mining  Brokers,  Calgary, Alta.  Agents for the Queen Fire Insurance Co., of  America.  Represented by AV. Morris, Revel, loke.  For Sale?  Lot s, block 10.   I'ricc "ICO.   A_drcs_ Bos 00,  Vernon.-  ACROSTIC_  k_______S_  Largest stock in our line,  AU such goods as can't be beat.  We'll supply the house or mine,  Rich or poor alike we treat.  Easy to supply your wants,  Not inJstock  we never cry.  Coine Avhen all the public haunts.  Enter once, you're sure to buy.  s  3  o  tn  3  3  3  r+  P  o  ~3*  ~~t  Tl  o  7?  3  j  W  1  ���������  9  ���������  W. M. LAWRENCE, " Hardware."  y. a. birhev  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining, Taper Hanging, Hard AVood Finishing, House Tainting in all Branches,  Carriage Painting, Glazing, ic.  WM. WHITE,  Q. C,  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc.  Solicitor for Imperial Back of Canada.  Front St., Revelstoke,- B.C.  BBXCK. !  The F. 1". Piper Co. have now on hand  First Class Brick at right prices.  Intending builders  would do well to  call and examine.  Brick yard just north of the Gun Cluh  grounds.  Mail orders promptly attended lo.  Prices on application.  The F. E. Piper Co.,  Revelstoke, B. C.  JAMES MURPHY, B.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor, Etc.  Office:   Cowan Block.   P.O. Box 108.,  Third St., Revelstoke, B.C-


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