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 y"  ; s  ,   "��������� ���������'   ) l*'"  ,~    e=~'  -ISSTTIEID   TWIOB-A-WBEK- 'WttJDIXttSlDj&.irS    ^ISTID   SATTJRDAYS-  Vol. II.    No. 67d  REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1S98.  $2.00 a Year iri Aclvanbe.  ������S&gS������^SgS&^2S&^<B&>  Hudson's Bay 1  Company  [iNCOIirOnATED 1C70  The   Most  Up-to-Date  Outfitters  in Western Canada.  Intending Prospectors should write us  for one of our new Folders, which  contains an excellent Map and an,  estimate of the probable cost of n  complete outfit for the Gold Fields.  Hudson's Bay Stores,  Calgary.  C-tOARV, Feb. 1, 1S98.       - .       ,  ftt,  C. B. Hume  & Co.  HAVE RECEIVED SEVERAL  CARLOADSgOF  Staple Groceries,  Flour and Feed,  And nro in a position to quote  ,    PRICES   0 that are  bound to sell.  Haig  &  Crag-e  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  '  WHITE & SCOTT,  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries'Public, &c.  Eolicttor foi Imperial Bank of Canada.    ,  Front St., Revelstoke, B.C.  TV. White, Q.C?      "--   J. M.Scott, D.A..LUB.  jAmes murphy, b.;a.,  -Bairri.ter, Solicitor, Etc." 'y  Sfilc.: Coivnri Hlock. P.O. Box 198.  Third St., Revelstoke. B.C.  -HARVEY & M.CARTER,  ���������  Barristers,   Solicitors,   Etc.  Oflices:   Molsons Bank Block.  Third Street. Revelstoke Station,   B. C.  JU  Prescriptions  To  Us  Siek people can't nlford  to take anv chances v\ hen  having prcuriptioiis lilled  We take particular pride  in keeping our slock pure  anel in givlngcxtra care to  the coiiipouniliinr of prescriptions. Tli������.*re'.i not...  Ing fancv about onr prices  ���������a fair profit is all wc  want.  Chas. E. Reid & Co.  ������������������e^t  I  z*<&&  Kl>T THU   Only Shaving Parlor  in Revelstoke, but the best.  Hair Cutting, Shaving and  Ehampooing, vvith. all latest  erccsHorics. Kokon's Celebrated Hydraulic Chair.    Parlor  Iri Tlie Motel Revelstoke  arid the very best service is at  your disposal for  as Cents AU Round  W. BREXS.-X, To-sor'inl Artist.     J)f  Full Lines of Hardware  Full Lines of Crockery  Prospectors!   Miners I  Come and see 'what we've got in your  line. We make a specialty of this'trade,  and can lit you out quickly and at right  prices.  CGT���������jlgents for   <3iant Powder  Wc have at our magazines at Kcvclstokc and  Thomson's Landing, a complete stock of explosives, e'aps and fuse, for sale at wholesale  and retail.       -.,-  "  ,��������� THE GIANT POWDER CO., ���������  Victoria, B; C.  ~     C.;B..Hume & Co.,    ,  Solo   Agents;   Revelstoke   Station, and Trout  Luke City, B. C.     -     ���������  ������rBrHanr  S- Ge-  House Furnishings  Just received diroct.from Scotland.  If you will come and look at our   BRUSSELS     r, .  ������::::?^:.������_.::::::: Carpets  ......Maori  LINKS WEST OFLAI-feSUPERIOR  bffic-Of tfio Traffic Man..enr, Winnipeg, Juno  22nd, 1033  RATE NOTICE NO. 93  In effect until September SOth.  The following round fates will be in effect:  Sandotl to Rosebery and return 75c  Threo Forks to Rosebery and return Wc  ..Sell on Saturday anil Sunday, limit to return  the lollowliiB day.  Revelsloke to Halcyofi Springs .2 2.)  Sandon       '.'         ".  '.'      3 85  Kotwoft  Nelson  ,. 1"         "  "  7 50  BlpcanClly           ".  " -1 3.1  '.'       7 00  RoKsland     ���������'          '���������  "        -~2~  Kasld  "       9 7J  Ainsworth "          "  "       8 211  New Ponvcr         "  "      3 :>5  .Tlckcta to Halcyon "-rrlfigs are cood tor no  ftiys;  ROBERT KERR,  ,   Traffic Mahacef:  JAPANESE RUCIS AND SQUARES  u  WOOL SQUARES  FLOOR RUGS  COCOANUT .MATS  You will 1)0 pleased.   Anil don't forget that we  have a  Ful) Range of Linoleums  ' Also LACE CURTAINS, ART MUSLINS,  TOWELS and TOWELLING, BLEACHED  and  UNBLEACHED   TABLE   LINEN,  "'   Etc., Etc.  Dry Goods  A fine assortment.  Bcotsand Shoes  Biggest nnd best assortment in the town  And remember to nsk to sec our lines of  Straw and Felt Hats  We will sell    _t rock bottom prices, and will  try to please you.  Revelsttiice Station, Revelstoke and  Trout Lake City, B.C.  C. B. Huiiie & Co.  Pleasant  Shopping  *������___~for Warm Days  This is a comfortable store  to shop in these warm days,  It is comparatively cool in the  warmest weather. Ventilation  iis excellent. It is an economical store to buy in, too.  Just now our  Summer  Clearing Sale  makes money saving on many  needed lines easy. Here are  a few hints from a store full.  Great  Blouse Sale  We are selling them fast on  account of the great reduction  in this department.  Muslin and assorted qualities, balance of the season's  best sellers, rich ' designs,  daiiity patterns of blue,' green,  pink, black and white, etc.,  worth ������1 25, 51.40, ������1.50 and  ������1.75, for Ifl.  , Also several other lines  which we. will clear at cost,  price for the summer, clearing  sale.  -J Remember they are,all. 1898  patterns wi th ���������_ detachable * col'-'  lar and ciiffs.  Ladies' White  Underwear  ~ The remainder of the stock  ot, ladies' white underwear  will go on sale Monday morning at greatly reduced prices.  L-   Summer  ____Wrappei?_tSale_  There's a fewJclozeii more  summer wrappers -here than  there ought to be at?, this  season..;.Special reduced-prices  will clear them out next week.  Child's Dresses  a Bargain  Special price reductions  havej been made on every  child's cires. for the summer  clearing sale.  Pretty dreises for the little  ones0 in navy aud white,  neatly trimmed with lace  edging. Special price for next  week, 75c.  Towels      /  Good time to get in a stock  ot towels. We never sold  them so cheap. Turkish  towels, 20x40, Al quality, not  so good a towel sold in this  town for 90c. 'a pair; our  price during this sale, 50c a  pair.  All other lines, special reduced prices for next week|  Art Muslins  We are showing a nice  assortment of Art Muslins,  worth 25c. a yard, for 15c.  These few selections bear  Btrong witness of pur claim as  being Revelstoke's greatest  bargain givers.  MR. BEAVEN MAY FAIL  Invitations   to  Seats   in   His   Cabinet  Have Been Respectfully Declined  Victoria Colonist: In view of the  development of yeslerduy in lhe pol-  licial situation, it appears not at ull  unlikely thut Hon. Rob'l. Beaven will  be. unsuccessful in his tusk of forming  a government in sucee-sion to that of  Hon. J. H. Turner. Air. _.einliii, Jlr.  F. C. Cotton and Air. Joseph Martin���������  the three acknowledged leaders of the  oppositionists���������have'ull been invited to  seats in the projected Cabinet, and  each in turn has respectfully declined.  Negotiations are still being conducted  by Hon. Mr. Beaven, but il is difficult  to surmise where he is to find suitable  material with which to construct an  acceptable ministry.  The news that Mr. Martin had been  sent for by the-Lieutenant-Governor  caused another ripple of mild excite  ment yesterday" afternoon, thu not  unnatural presumption being thut  Hon, Mr. Beaven had abandoned his  formidable undertaking in cabinet-  making, and Mr. Martin had been  appealed to. This conclusion Mr.  Air. Beaven stamped as incorrect,  however. He says-.Mv. Martin's call  at Government House had no especial  significance; the ���������' Governor certainly  had a perfect right to confer wilh any  citizen whose opinion he might hold  to be of value, and had in this case  merely availed himself of this right.  He had, not abandoned the task of  forming " a-governiileut. although he  had no progressto.report to the public. Everything was still in abeyance  pending the arrival of Mr. Seuiliii and  .others for a conference.  Mr. Semlin ��������� and Sir. Cotton were  passengers by the , Charmer in "ihe  evening and within an hour had  met Hon. Mr. Beaven for consideration of his invitation. . Mr. Semlin was  seen later in tho evening, and held  that he would be violating no confidence in snying'that'neither he nor  Mr. Cotton could accept the portfolios  offered them by the former leader, of  .tlii-opposition..,-.* '"' - '-'���������'.".  '"As to the" Lieutenant-Governor's  Action," said Mr. Semlin, "I do'not  maintain that he was not perfectly  right iri asking lion. Mr. Turner's  resignation if- iu his opinion that  gentleman had uot retained the confidence of the country. Under such  circumstances it was clearly his duty  to do so. I do take exception, however, to the departure from established procedure in tho sending for  Hon. Air. Beuven to form a ministry.  The Lieutenant-Governor doubtless  had a constitutional right to call upon  .Mr. Beaven, or anyone else, but I do  neit regard it as' having been wisely  exercised." .  " Is there any possibility of coalition between yourself eind Hon. Mr.  Turner," was asked the_ leader of the  "bpposilinnr ~     =    ~    =   "  "Ah���������that is something we will not  talk about," he replied with a smile.  " That is an egg that can wait for a  time."  Victoria, B. C, August 12.���������Beaven has failed at the tusk of cabinet  making and it is understood vvill so  repoi t to the Governor this evening.  Both Martin and Semlin were olfered  cabinet positions by Beaven and both  refused to consider the proposition for  one moment. In view of che crisis  the meeting which was to have been  held by the Opposition at Vancouver  on August 2-th for lhc purpose of  choosing a leader has been called for  August 19t,li. Lieutenant-Governor  Mclnnes is being rousted on all sides  for his uction on calling on Beaven,  \V. AV. B. Mclnnes gets blamed for  engineering the whole scheme, but he  denies any knowledge of it. Thu  Colonist this morning has a hob editorial roasting Lieut.-Governor McInnes an agitates for an inquiry by  Federal.* authorities into Mclnnes'  action.' The impression prevails-that  the Lieut.-Governor will shortly call  on Semlin to form a government. A  rumor is afloat at this writing that  Semlin will form a coalition government vvith Turner. Semlin had a long  conference with Turner at tho latter's  office this morning anel later both  entered a hack and drove to the  Government House. It is not believed  that there is anything in this rumor  NEWS FROM SEATTLE  The Klondike Rush a Thing of the  Past���������The Victoria Excursionists  Reception in Seattle  (From Our Own Coi'responilciil.)  Seattle, Wash., Aug. 0.���������On account of a severe attack of rheumatism in my right arm it has been  impossible for mc to favor you with  the news from this part of tho world  regularly.  Every boat that arrives from the  north brings more or less Klondykcrs,  a fevv of whom have a little money.  The people of Seattle and vicinity  have become accustomed to the sight  of returning miners, and even if some  of lliein do have a few thousand in  dust it does not seem to create any  stampede, consequently those who  have been expecting a grand rush  when the boats got down from Dawson City, have been sadly disappointed  There were some 25 bonis built here  and sent north to be used on tho  Yukon river, but only two succeeded  in reaching St, Michael's.  Today our city is swarming with our  cousins across the line, the result of an  excursiou from Victoria. From the  way some of the laddies, and lufcsies  are enjoying themselves the day will  long be remembered as one of the  most pleasant events of their lives.  On the fourth of July over 300 of the  British Columbia volunteers, fully  equipped took part in the parade. As  they marched up yesterday and filed  off ou to Third avenue with the band  playing American national airs, they  were met by the 1st. Regiment band  who were playing God Save the Queen  and such a grand jubilee as followed  vvas never witnessed in Seattle before.  Babies were hold " aloft by their  mothers, while men threw their hats  in the air and cheered themselves  hoarse. The British Hug and Stars  and Stripes floated siele by side from  nearly every business house anel residence in the city, with here anel there  a Japanese flag interwoven. A crowd  of Japanese gentlemen in the crowd  caused considerable comuii.it,  _ The Foresters' Amusement Association of Seattle gave, their annual  picnic at Pleasant Beach on Sunday  last.. Over three thousand people  were on tbe grounds.-Dancing, games,  and sports were tho-iitiiiisanients-of  the day.'" Over $300 worth of valuable  prizes were given to the most success  ful contestants.  Bourne Bros  The fare from Revelstoko to New  Westminster during exhibition week  at the latter city is $13.55." The sale  of tickets commence on October 4th  and are good to return up to the 9th of  that month.  W. Lindsay went out to inspect the  new strike on his company s claim  reported on by Mr. Moody, and the  account, if only hiilf true, is suflicient  to mako Donald's future solid. There:  is no doubt but that we cannot help  but go ahead and thai- now very fast,  take the Bald Mount .in, Blnewater,  Quartz, Porcupine, Copper and Brown  creeks and many others too numerous  too mention. They all have good  claims on them and we will endeavor  to get a description and the assay of  the same aud I have no doubt your  readers will be very much surprised  at the richness of our vicinity when I  tell you they are directly in the neighborhood of our glorious, busy little  townono cannot but help feeling that  inside of a very few years Donald will  bave as good, if not belter town, than  any of the mining towns hi British  Columbia.���������Golden Miner;  KEYSTONE MOUNTAIN  Rich   Ore   Body   Recently  Discovered  ���������A Promising Camp  J. O. Montgomery returned on Wednesday from Key. tone mountain where  he owns two groups of cl.iims on  which he hus been putting on assessment work. The first group of three  claims consists nf the. Old Reliable,  Cariboo and Eldorado, the second  group consists of-four-claims-namely.  Silver Bell, Alabama, Humboldt and  Silver Hill. Mr. Montgomery is also  owner of two other claims, the Omaha  and North Star, on the same mountain, from which he recently got uu  assay of $-37 iii gold, 12 per cent.  copper and 40 ozs. silver. A sale of  soine of the abovo named mines is  now ponding ,(o an American company, and it is Mr. Montgomery's  intention to get them interested in  that part of the country if it is at all  possible as he believes it will be tn the  interest, of the Big Bend country  generally that a rich syndicate should  take- hold of the work of development.  Harry Morris, whose property joins  that of Montgomery's, miiile a  rich strike recently, llu stripped the  lead and exposed 7 feet of solid ore and  has sinco sunk to a depth eif three feet  aiiel was still in the ores with the lead  widening with lhe prospect of showing  ui) from 10 to 15 feet of solid ore. It is  Air. Montgomery's belief that this lead  that Alorris is working continues  on to the mother lead of Keystone  mountain and that the stringers and  fissure veins located are offshots from  it. _  SMELTERBLOWN IN  One   Furnace   of   the   Trail     Smelter  Started.���������180 Tons Treated Dally  One furnace of the Trail smelter was  blown in on Alonday last and the  second furnace will be started within  the next ten days. The furnace is  running at low blast and is putting  through about 180 tons daily. Eighteen  thousand tons of ore are now being  roasted. The foundation of the new  lead furnace has been started and the  plant for it is now in transit. The  smelter can now treat 350 tons of ore  and will handle500 tons with the lead  fiirnncp. Tn addition to thncompany's  electric plant, power will soon be  furnished from Bonnington falls.  Benson Gets Three Years  Judge Forin held court on Thursday  under the "Speedy Trials' Act,"' whr-n  the case of the Queen and C.P.R. vs.  B������~nsnn came up. The prisoner wns  charged with placing obstructions on  the C.P.R. track, full particulars of  which appeared in the Herald  recently. A number of witnesses gave  evidences on behalf of tho prosecution anel the prisoner vvas found  guilty and Judge Foiin sentenced bim  to three years in the Provincial pehi -  tertiary;  THE   HALCYON  HOT  SPRINGS  A Herald Man Spends a Few Days at  This Popular Resort  In all British Columbia a nioie  healthful and suitable place lo spend a  few days with one's family or otherwise, away from business worries or  the monotony of daily toil could not  be found than at the Halcyon Hoi  Springs, beautifully situated on the  eastern shore of the Arrow Lakes, ten  miles from Arrowhead and 3S miles  from "Revelsloke. Leaving here at  about 8 a.m. by tiuin for Arrowhead  connection is made at 0:30 with the  magnificent steamers now plying on  the Arrow lakes. After half an hour's  sailing (which seems a very short time  under such circumstances) the most  famous Halcyon Hot Springs and  Sanitarium are reached.  To enumerate the number of buildings, and their different uses would  occupy more space than is at our  disposal, bul suffice it is to say that  they are well laid out and cotnrorlable  as far us they go. Thousands of  dollars are still to bo spent by the  company in completing and building  new structures and in fixing up a  handsome boulevard, recreation  grounds, belter boating facilities, etc.  So much for the buildings and the  prospective outlay. But even at  present there is ample accommadation  to suit even the most faslielious. There  is a large staff of clerks and porters  under Manager Phair's capable supervision; an experienced man to look  after the men's bathrooms and a first-  class nurse lo attend the ladies and  sick, while Dr. Brett, whose.reputa-  tution as a skilled man. in his profession, isalready widely known in the  West, resides at the springs. The  saloon is built some two hundred feet  from the main building,' and the  genial mixerologistis Mr, M.C. Karter,  late of tbe Hotel Allan, Rossland.  AIr..Kactu is an entertainer in more  thai) one respect, being a , splendid  elocutionist, a good singer, and an  all-round sport. The diningrooms are  neat, clean and attractive,' while a  decided improvement bus .been made  in_tho .bill of ./are.. Manager. Ph.-iir  is how looking for a first-class white  cook aud salary will be no object so  long as satisfaction is given. The  rates have thus been raised from $2 to  $2.50 a.day aod bath tickets remain at  five for .fil. . Fishing, boating, bathing  and swimming are the chief piuitimes,  but sleeping occupies a good deal of  the time as the lithia water seems to  h-.ve that peculiar effect, so that a  person is not ouly thoroughly cleansed  bnt it makes you sleep ��������� and when  wakened up one feels so refreshed that  he is ready for anything, particulatly  a good squill-e meal.  People from all portions of the globe  keep . constantly coming and going to  this resort and lbe number of crutches  left behind goes to demonstrate the  many vvho have been cured of rheuv  uiatis_a_thro_gh_bathiiig_iii_.t_!s_ho_  mineral water. The rush to the  Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium has  only commenced.   ' -  A large bottling plant is being  installed on tlie ground anel soon  aerated Halcyon water will be in command the world over and is Apolin.iris  at the present time. It is a delicious  and healthful drink even us it oozes  from the rock. Pages could be written  of this wonderful water, bin; it must  be seen, drank and butheel in to fully  appreciate its value.  halcyon notes  Lieutenant-Governor Macintosh's  family have been spending; a couple of  weeks at tbe springs previous to taking np their residence in Vancouver.  Mr. Lindsay, of Victoria, who is  making his first trip through the  Kontnnays, stopped off at the Springs  this week to enjoy an outing.  Mrs. McGnire, of Salmon Arm. who  is suffering from rheumatism, is being  benefitted very much through  weeks' sojourn at the Springs.  .Messrs. Sue.ad and Plum are tbe  champion swimmers at the resort.  They frequently swim across the lake,  a distance of three miles, unel return,  which is no small undertaking.   *  SEMLIN GALLED  Beaven   Had  to   Abandoh'  the  Attempt   and   Mr.*  Semlin"  will Try His' Hffri-f;  Special to the Herald'.  Victoria, Aug. 13.���������Hon. Roliert'  Beaven has abandoned the attempt to'  form a Cabinet, and Chas.' A. Semlin'  has been culled upon.  I. G. Viiniv-rt, of Calgary, is apply-'  iug to the next parliament for "a?  divorce from his wife on the ground of  desertion and infidelity.  Tho peace protocol was signed at"  Washington yesterday ot 4:23 pJ.mV  China has sanctioned' the Belgian'  loan despite the protests of B'ritsh'  ministers.  Imperial  yesterday.  Two men vfdi-e killed on the'  Crow's Neit Pass by the collapse of a"  bridge.  Tbe increase in the Dominion' reve-".  mie for 1S97-S will give a surplus' of  nearly ������1,000,000.  Alanitoba's grain crop is estimated'  at between forty-five and fifty million'  bushels, ���������  . ,  In the Napanee bank" robbery, the"  magistrate decided that he could1 no't"  try the prisoner.  The Northwest prohibitionists' have'  organized for a plebiscite campaign, in'  Regina.  The Atlantic fast line scheme must'  be floated by Canada without Imperial  aid. '    ' '  Parliament      prorogued  The St. Lawrence Group  Dr. AIcKechnie returned with Jack  Leslie from a three day's trip up the  Jordan Pass on Thursday morning,  He examined the St. Lawrence claim  and is much pleased with tbe appearance of the tunnel run by Reighly  and Frisby up there. The ore is stilted  to go as high as $13 in gold and there  is every indication of n large body of  it. The doctor describes the scenerv  as indescribably grand and rugged.  Immense glaciers cover the sides of  the mountains up to tlie very foot of  which are green postures of long gross,  the feeding.grouuil of numerous goats  and cariboo, while over great areas  the surface is white and purple with  heather and gay with innumerable  flowers. The grade as far as the  junction of Wild Goose Creek with  the little creek which heads-in the St.  Lauerer.ee glacier is easy, and from  the St. Lar.rence claim to this point  an aerial tramway lietween 2.000 and  3,000feet long and built over an open  patch of ground woultl be easily con-  structeil. The company who own the  group are making arrangements to  have it sm-veyed this seaton. Such  very promising claims, within easy  reach of the railway deserve the attention of capita I: "  A BLOODTHIRSTY MOB  Three Men and Tw'o Women'Lynched.'  .���������A Third'V/oman.-Ends   Her* Own"  ~ Life?''*"'"   "   "'  "'/,   . ' .':<���������.'''  Little  Rook, Ark'.,   August t II "  Five people, three men and two'  women were lynched at Clareridoii' at"  an early hour Tuesday morning. -'..,   ���������  Such was the startling- news .which  ���������  reached Little Rock last night.    According to information all the victims  of the mob's wrath are negroes.   They  were the parlies accused of the murder  of John T. Orr,  a weuilthy  merchant,'  who  was assassinated   a   few  uight-  ago.   While the five bodies swunjf-in'.  the early morning breeze the  body of  the widow of the. murdered  man who  was charged vvith planning the affair _  lay rifciel in death  in her  c'ell"in' the'  county jail vvith only the soft,  sweet"  voice of   her three year .olel  child' to'  break   the  mielnight   silence- of.,the.  gloomy jail as the innof.e'nt" little  _o'fc"  vainly cried for its mn'mmai          Somewhere a young woman,' once-  prominent in Clarendon society,'.ahct".  now a fugitive from justice, is being  hunted by the officers of the lawi  charged vvith murder. - Her namo was!  Miss Rachuel Alorris -and, she-is the  only surviv'or.of tho coterie of seven,  named in the coroner's verdict"..as,  being i .sponsible for the tragic death'  of John T. Orr.       ?.     *,  Mi's. Orr. died' by her own' hands.-  After completely breaking down'tand".  making a partial confession' she.obtained in some manner a i quantity of-  poison and took a dose. Details.of.  the fearful work of tbe mob ares' unobtainable at this hour."  THE PLEBISCITE  The'    British     Columbia'   Temperance2  - People   Organize    for    the' Coining  Fight���������A" Long List of Sympathizers"  A convention of temperance rjeeiple^  was held'in the Homer street ,Metho-[  dist church, Vancouver, on Wednesday last and the following w'ere tho'  nominations:  President, Rev. J. C. Speir. Victoria;"  vii-c-pt _sident_,' Dr.  Lewis Hall,. Mrs -  Gordon Giant. "Victoria;' W. Manson,"  Nanaitno; \V. A. Gleason.' Airs., C. C.  Elelridge", Vancouver; Mrs. Lauib... B.  XV. XV. Shiles, New,vWestminster;' R."  H. G-urns,'Chilfi,wa-k;;Jbsiah'Savage.'.  Kamloops:'.   Dr.   McKechnie.   Revel-  steike; J. B.  AlcArthur,' Rossland;   J.  Green.    Nelson.'  A.   B.' Carrington,.  Nicola Naliev; Win. Dunran,  Comox;'  Rev. J. XV. Wilson,   Vernon;   Rev.  J.  G. Wood,  Kaslo;   Rex:'. Mr.   Cooper.:  Wellington.     .Executive   committee:'  Rev. W. Aleikle. Rev.  P. H. AlcEwan.'  Rev. A_ E. Green,  Rev���������.AIr'.  Bainton,"  R-V. J. Reid,   Dr.: Campbell,   R., W,'  Trotter. Rev.   W.   B.   Cummingr D.'  Sprague. Mrs. Win. Grant.".. .^  .   Seven are to form a qhorum.   . ���������_  Recording'secretaVy". A. Q. Brydone-  Jack. Vancouver'; treasurer. Dr.'..  McGnire,' corresponding' sec-rotary to  be appointed later'. .__-__  A resolution'was.adopted calling fo.r.  the raising of $5,000 to can-y on the  prohibition campaign in the Province.",  Of this Vancouver and Victoria are to  to be called upon to raise S1.OT0 eacl*.' Revelstoke   Herald  Published ln Interests ot      .   lis '.   Illeeillewaei, Albert Canyon, Jordan  R)velstoke, Lardeau, Bis Bend, Trout Lake  " ictllewael, Albert Canyon, Jon!  I'aea and Eagle Paso Dl-triils.  A. JOHNSON Propi'letoi'.  A Berni-Weekly Journal, piibltuhod in tho  lateral! of Revelstoke anil the surrounding  district, Wednesday a and SaltirdaiB, making  :lM������t connections with all trains.  AdvertlilnB Rates: Display ads, ������1.50 por  column tooh.\L 00 perinch whonlnsortedon titlo  poire. Le������al ads.. 12o por (nonparoll) lino for  ������rst insertion;.80 for oaoh aeldltlonal insertion.  Reading notloes, 15c per llnu each Ishuo. Birth,  MarrUse and Death notiocK, froo. .-���������  Subscription Raton: By mail or c_-~kr.S2.pO  per annum ; 91,16 for six months, strictly in  Our .Job Department: line Hciiai.h Job  Department Is one of the bout equipped  printing oflloee in West Kootenay, and is pro-  partd to execute all kindB of printing in nrrit  elase style at honest prioeB -One prico ttr all*  Nn job loo large��������� none too small���������for us. Mail  orders prompUy.attondcil to. Give us a trial  on your next order. -,' .  To Oorretpondcnts: Wo inv correspondence op-MiT suhjeot of tntcrewt '.o lho (tuneral  P-blle*. and  desire a rollabli   regular corru���������-  ranching business. Six years of such  oxpoflcnce has shown lilm that the  ranche is a very largo white elephant.  The Young Conservatives' of Regina  gave 11 banquet to Mi". Davin, M. P.,  on his return from Ottawa.  "These aro very much worn,"said  the storekeeper, "Well.thon show 1110  coiiiethlug quito nevv." said Mrs. But  tcrctip. ���������  cqulppotl wilh 011c 12 pounder and fivo  thi-co pouiHler quick firing guns, unel  threo toi-poilo tubes.  Wiggle: I wonder what a black  niiin's iiloa of heaven Is. Giggle:  Kating: watermelon with a golden  razor of course.���������New York. Woiid.  aportsvvomanslilp: .-"To     take     no  unfair.uiivtiiitiigo of any  living thing  I. 11 gooel code for the sportsman ol'  t  todav."���������Forest     nnd     Stream.   This  A war scare occupies the minds of  peoplo    in  Great  Britain    just  now., theory does not apply to -sportswomen  Tulegnuiis this'morning.point to com-   when  the  game  is   man.���������New   York  locali1.  surrounding  condent    in      ..      .  Revelstoke.   In all cases llie bona Helen namu  of tbe writer must accompany nianusiriiit, but  tot necossarlly for publicatlo ���������.  Address all eximmuiiicationu  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Rovelstoko. &  -NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  1. All correspondence iiinsl bo legibly  written on ono side of tho paper only.  3. correspondence containing personal  matter must bo Binned with li.e pr per nanie  of the writer. , .  3. 1 orrespondenco with reforontie to anj  thine that has oppoarcel In anotlior papor  muBt first bo ottered for publication to that  paper before lt con appear in Tint Hkiiai.d.  SATURDAY.     AUGUST   l'l.     1893.  Two burglars from Estevan wore  sentenced to six months each by Mr.  JuBtice "Wetmore  last week.  XV. H. Hiani. Dominion lanels agent  at Brandon, is saiel to be about lo accept superanuatioii. Who his successor will be it is not announced.  Victor Dodd, vvho. accompanied  Commisioner Bulyea to Dawson City,  has returned to Regina anel resumed  the position of Chief License Inspector.  The largest sheep ranche iu tlie  world is in llie counties of Webb and  Dimmit, in Texas. .It contains more  than 400,000 acres ,' and pastures  800,000 sheep annually.  It is expected that the Victoria  bridge at Montreal will be formally  opened during the visit of the president of the Grand "Trunk railway,  Sir Chas. Rivers-Wilson, 'who is at  present staying in the city.  A "Whale in the Shannon. Ou Thursday, the Clarinanet fishermen captured  In the Shannon, six miles below Limerick, Ireland, a bottle nosed whale.  The animal made a desperate struggle,  and it took 240 mon to haul il ashore  with nets and ropes, lt was Vi leet  long,  and   scaled  lOcwt.  The Rev. Osbcrt Mordunt, rector of  Hampton Lucy, Warwickshire, who  has for 22 years carried on .a, public  houso in the village, states-that as  a consequence of his refusal to sell  spirits, spirit drinking among women  has been practically abolished. The  net annual profits, amounting to X50  go to the parish.  Telegrams from St. John, Mlkl.,  elated the 2nd. state that Mr. George .1.  Goschen. First Lord ot the British  Admirality, has arranged to organize  a naval reserve among the Newfoundland fishermen, enrolling 300, who vvill  be driled by special instructors, scut  from England. " Forts are being erected specially for this purpose, the men  receiving J50.00 each cash for each  month engaged. Newfoundland is tli'j  only colony where the experiment is  being tried.  The Northern Pacific Railway Com-  ���������p'any^_s^sending--up���������1-,000-new-grain-  cars, with a capacity ot 70.000 lbs.  tach for the Manitoba elivision.  Several new - locomotives have also  reached Winnipeg. These locomotives  are capable ot hauling trains of 1,300  tons from tbe city 10 Grand Forks.  From indications the N. P. intenel  moving their share of the new crop out  .��������� with  dispatch.  Gangs of men are engaged in  stringing the nevv copper wire vvith  which the C. P. R. is connecting the  Atlantic and Pacific have reached the  neighborhood of Balgonne and vvill beat Regina next week. All the telegraph line poles between Grenfell anel  Moose Jaw are being replaced by nevv  ones. Several tons of the new copper  wire have been unloaded in the Regina yard.���������Regina Leader.  According to a Chesterfield, England, correspondent, the first result of  the new Workmens' Compensation Act  will probably be to senel up the poor  rate in that district. At yesterday's  meeting of the guardians several applicants for outdoor relief stated thai  Ihey had been discharged from their  employment owing 10 weak sight, or  deficient hearing. It "was stated lhat  In the large works in the union many  nged workmen were under notice.  Here is a story which is going the  rounds of the Canadian press, anel  which is surely hard to beat of its  klnd. Some where in the States, the  exact place is uncertain, a horse was  being groomed. The stableman had  carefully brushed - and cleaned the  horse and was giving a final touch to  bis tail preparatory to leaving him,  when the animal; to the attendant's  great surprise, turned his head anel remarked, '"Remember the Maine."  The Chicago Record has some int.ir-  osting remarks abotil Lord Aberdeen.  It says: "The Governor General is at  present engaged in making his farewell visits to the several provinces of  the Dominion. The visits must ne-  i-P-sarily be brief. Lord Aberdeen has  visited British Columbia, a province  which he will have good reason to remember. When it was about settled  that Lord Aberdeen was to be Canada's Governor General, His Lordship  Invested largely in ranching lands' in  the Okanagan district of British Colombia. Iu the last six years he has  sunk fully $1,000,000 in the enterprise.  The expenses in keeping'up the ranche  have been enormous. The English  papers duly announced that Lorel  Aberdeen had purchased the ranche,  and His Lordship-as a result was deluged with applications from well-to-  do people in Kngland to take their  younger   sons and    teach    them the  plications with Russia  Under the Yukon mining regulations  it is not necessary to get any person's  permission to slake out ;t claim,'iind.if  lbe claim is alleged to bo original  and nboul tho regulation size it is recorded pro forma.  John Pigeon, of Uyng Inlet, near  Chatham, lias met his death by drowning. Being under tho inllueiice of  liquor, ho jumped from the elecl" ol! a  schooner to join a niiite in 11 boat and  a rescue was not possible.  A sneak UiicC stole a thermometer  from the front of tl. C. Hall's store'  last night. As it doesn't register ovor  .ISO it will be of no use lo the thief  only during his life lime.���������Daily  Graphic, Portage la Prairie.  A socioty lady of Atlanta wrilos an  open letter declaring thai kissing is  a growing evil in her town, and that  il breeds disease. Let us calmly consider whether disease is a greater evil  than would bo the absence of this  popular amusment.  A prisoner named Neilson sentenced to live years for rape at Prince  Albert, escaped while being taken to  Stony Mountain. He was caught the  same night and vvill get an addition  to his sentence.  News comes by way of Oak River,  Man., that during a drunken row in  Rapid City last night somewhere near  midnight, a man named Charles  Henry was killed, injuries received in  the head  causing  death.  A police oflicer is being placed at  Rampant House on the Porcupine  river, to act as customs oflicer tliere.  His special business is to give clearance to Canadian boats coming down  the Porcupine from lhe Mackenzie  route, so that, tbey can return into  Canadian territory at Fort Cudahy,  ', Yukon,  duty  free.  Sun  "Witness," said tho attorney for  lho defence,-who was trying to prove  tin.'temporary insanity ot llio prisoner  "wns ll Uils man's habit to talk to  himself'.when'alone?" .lust at this  lime came tlio answer: "I don'l rc-  cullei't ever being ..with him when he  \vii8j,ulone."  Negotiations vvill soon be reopened  between, the Allan Hue anil the Dominion government with a view to have  the former take up the Canadian fast  lino steamship question. It is stated  thin the Glasgow branch of the  firm Is extremely anxious thai negotiations shoulel be reopened.  Ono of the resolutions passed by the  Minnesota Press Association after its  visit lo the North West was the following: "Our obligations arc due lo  the groat trans-continental railway,  ihe Canadian Pacific, for its magnificent special train service for a distance of l.iiOO miles anel return, and  Uie manv courtesies extended by its  president, Sir William C. Van Horno:  William ' Whyte, general manager;  and Robert Kerr, western division traffic manager; besides I_. J. Coyle, the  company's Vancouver reprc.enative;  A. 11. Calder, travelling passenger  agent, and 11. S. Jenkins, superintendent of llie Canadian Pacific telegraph  srvice. to whom vve are indebted for  rroq-iient news bulletins. The Canadian  Pacific is one of the continent's great-1  ������������������������~~~~~~~"~~~~~������--_--������____a____________----_-i  Chinese Mason for the formation of  a lodge. The matter is under con-  -sidcratlon.  Miss Essio Thornton, who vvas acoi-  elcntly shot by a Jail practicing rifle  shooting at Petcrboro, is dead.  Tlio mun Milestone, who escaped  from Brandon jail about four months  ago, has been recaptured at Portage  la Prairie, vvhero he and another jail  bird had robbed a store of suflicient  clothes to fit them both out. Thoy  wero arrested on .Sunday, and the  Driiiielon chief of police sent for, who  is on his way buck willi Milesomu.  On arriving nl the, Manitoba club  on his visit to Winnipeg, Lord Aberdeen...rose In his carriage and complimented his escort, the Dragoons, 011  their smart and military appearance,  and upon the precclssion wilh which  thoy executed ...their different movements. The terms of his excellency's  address? wore most enthusiastic and  were highly appreciated by the men.  W.D. Scott, provincial immigration  agent .in Ontario for Manitoba says  Hint in the North AVest "Crops are  going to be heavy," "business is active  in all lines," "there is work for all  who want it," "everybody seems to  have money." "it has been a great  year for settlers." Such is the epitome of his report.  Word has been received of the death  by drowning of Ernest Amos, vvho left  Winnipeg last summer vvith a drove  of cattle for Dawson City. Amos was  drowned while crossing the Salmon  river on horseback. The body was recovered and interred on tho banks of  the Salmon. Deceased was the son of  Jos. Amos, who resides in Winnipeg.  A narrow escape from drowning  is reported from Portage la Prairie.  It happened on lhc lake on Tuesday.  Miss Daisy Snider was out bathing  in companv with somo other girls,  and   not  realizing  the   depth   of   the  IMPERIAL B/\HK.  ���������OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve    -   -   -   -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland, President  T.R.Mi~rritt., Vice Pros., (St.Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert JaiTray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Staynor  Klioh ltogoi'H.  D. H. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branohea  ' North West and British Columbia  THE MMM EXOHJU-GE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day houso in to _vu.  The bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   nnd   Cigars.  Brandon ���������  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  I'rairio  Prince Albert  South Edmonton.  ONTARIO,  V������ncouyoi  Winnipeg  Rovolstoke  Free Bus .Meets Jill Trains.  GUS LOND Proprietor-  F. .MeCJ-RTY  The Army and Navy Gazette says  that 15 Maxim guns have been lately  purchased by the Canadian government. Ten are to be distributed to  strategical points and live .will be retained for the purpose of instruction,  and as a reserve. The corps which  are to be armed with these guns will  have to provide a detachment of len  men who are in possession of certificates of proficiency in their use and  management. The guns will he Issued  with drag ropes only, no provision  being made for horses or harness.  Hat Portage seems to be filling with  notabilities.  A workman named Urscher, aged 3S  nnd married, was iustanlly killed at  Grenfell last week bj- falling under the  wheels of a ballast train.  Miss Blanche Cummings. of Portage  la Prairie, roll down stairs one, day  last week and broke a blood vessel.  Medical assistance was obtained and  she is recovering slowly.  The i~roolani.-t.ion calling lhe meeting of tlie North West Assembly has  not yet been issued but. the probability  is lhat the session vvill commence  possibly on the ICth or ISth of August.  A wealthy resident in New York,  named Todd, committed suicide on the  2nd instant by jumping from a 111  story window in an hotel. He had  suffered for- some time from, melancholia.  The steamer Hiawatha put int.*  Causo from a search for L.i. Bour-  poino victims. She found over ?.0  bodies'" and buried them at sea, but  recovered none of those for whom she  est railway systems, and we havo  found its officials to be uniformly  courteous and attentive.  The following regulations governing  the granting of yearly licenses to cut  timber on Dominion lands in Manitoba  and the Territories, excepting the  Yukon district, and within 20 miles on  eilher side of the Canadian Pacific:  railway in British Columbia, have  taken the place ot those which have  been in force since 1888.   The licensee  water let go the holel on tho boat. She  sank twice but on her? second reappearance her sister Gertie caught hot-  just in time.  Canada is certainly making Cor herself a name as the producer of dairy  experts. Somo years ago the dairymen of Scotland imported two Canadians to instruct them in the mysteries  of cheese making, and just lately the  Now- Zealand authorities have made  overtures to J. A. Ruddick to go over  to    theni   in    the  capacity    of dairy  Essex Niagara Falls   St. _ homos  Fergus        Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait Rat Portage      Welland  Ingersoll    Sault St. Marie Woodstock  St, Catharines  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents  in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may bo deposited  for transfer bv letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America'; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal"  and other debentures purchased,  prafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Eureipe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  -which will be accounted fop at any of  tho Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts ln the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Branuh  -Wliolcsiilo nnd .Retail .Doaloi- in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JV.13TT0-N .MD S./-13SJKSE  Fish   and   Claine   in    Season.  Markets   al   Kevolsloke,  llevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  rierchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  Best  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  shall   pay an  annual  ground  rent of   commissioner.   Mr.  Ruddick    who  is  *���������   *���������**       _=.-*    --..-   --.commission-!,    mi-,   i""","     ���������������  square mile, except for lands I supcl.jntenilent of the Kingston  west of Eagle Pass in the pro- j scllo6l has declined the offer.   -  -t~"i.������_.: _.:_.!.      _r*i nii.Mil.wi        i ii     ^_.l-_i_f-i_  ?!*.00 per  situated  vinco of British Columbia, in which  case tho yearly ground vent, shall ho  five, cents' an acre. The following  crown dues will be collected: Sawn  lumber, 50 cents per thousand feet,  b. m.; railway ties. 8 feet long, iy.  cents each; railway tics, 1) feet long,  191 cents each; shingle bolts -5 cents  per cord; and 5 per cent, on the sales  of all other products of the berth. A  rebate of -10 cents per thousand feet  b. in., vvill be allowed on lumber exported from British Columbia to  places outside ot the Dominion ol  Canada, provided the licensee can  produce evidence to the Crown Timber  Agent as to the quantity exported.  The date for  taking the  Dominion  dairy  Edward Nilson, a Norwegian halfbreed. was sentenced by Judge Richardson at Regina on the 5th, to two  years in addition to the fine for committing rape atPrince Albert on Mrs.  Stevenson, a respectable woman who  is a bedridden cripple. Neilson had  escaped from custody as he was being  brought to Regina by StafC-Sergeant  Win. Parker, by jumping out of the  train going at full speed, although he  was both manacled and shackled.  The'" powers; of Queen Victoria  though very largo arc not unlimited  for instance the Queen could sell or  give away the Royal navy, or declare  war with Russia; but sh'could not  spend a single farthing of the public  plebiscite on the question of ihe liquor [money without the. consent ot v-arlia-  tr.iflie:   lias   been   fixed   for   Tuesday. ' ment.    The Queen has no power over  FERGUSON  The Centre   of- the   Lardeau   Mines  Columbia House  ������  Be Sure and register at the  BeflLMOOL .HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is provided with the best  the market affords.     Rates from $2  to $3 per day.  The   largest hotel   in  town.  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Bates    $1  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Centrally    located  per     d~y  ORIENTAL HOTEL  -  Large light bed rooms.     Kates  Table - furnished with  the choicest the market  affords. Best Wines  Liquors    nnd      Cigars  $1.00 a day.      Monthly raco.  ,J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor. "  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and. Sale Stable of tbe I_ardcau and Trout Lake District  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������   Proprietors.  weuTTih search.  The stonework of Uie new jubilee  wing of tho Winnipeg general hospital is nearly completed. The solid  stonework runs up. over eight feet  above the ground, before the brickwork commences.  The Roman Catholics have only one  representative amongst the 24 members of the Toronto city council. It  is an evidence of the high esteem in  which the late Archbishop Walsh was  held that the council as a body a~-  teneled his funeral.  It is probable that the law will be  allowed to take its course in the case  of Jean Camile Glaus, the Belgian,  awaiting execution iit. .Nanaimo. on  August 17, for the murder of his comrades, Jas. Burns anel It. Hendrick-  son, ou the way lo Yukon last spring.  Laely Aberdeen met a largo number  of the girls sent out to this e-ount.ry,  under he~r auspices, at the C. P. It.  station at Winnipeg on Thursday __ v-  e~ning. She received them, cordially,  inquiring into their welfare, and how  Ihey had succeeded  in this country.  Among last week's visitors at  Banff vve re N. Callie. of London. Kng-  liinei.'an expert mountain climber,  who is makine a map of the P.ovv river  valley; and R. S. Crnssloy, editor of  ihe Accrington Observer and Times.  Manchester, Kngland. who is delighted  with the National Park.  About. 25,000 acres of grain were  totally destroyed by hail in Cass Co.,  N. D. The nearest point of the storm  was two miles southeast of Casselton.  The storm we-nt over three townships  in the shape of a crescent. Fre>m statements made by farmers there must  have been a meeting of two separate  storms. ;ind crops in the; linej of thn  first storm  were untouched.  A special from Talileeju.-iii. T. T..  says: Indians are in an urIj- mood  over lhe open avowal of Chi''f May in  his message to the Indian e:ouin;il favoring allotment. Full bloods are sullen, and threaten the lives of progressive Indians if they vote on a measure  favoring acceptance of the Curtis  bill. They say they will leave the  country, before going to give evidence  of their opposition to white peoples'  invasion of their lands.  An addition was made to the British  navy, by the delivery to the Medway  Dockyard Reserve authorities of Her  Majesty's new destroyer Ariel, which  has been built by contract at the  works of Messrs. Thorneycroft & Co..  of Chiswick. The Ariel has been fitted  with engines of 5,400 horse power, es-  ttTr.ated to propel the vessel at a speed  of  30 knots  por hour.    She  is   to  be  September 29th.  Willie���������"Pa, what elo they make  talking machines out. of?" 1 lis Failier  ���������"The first" one was niaile out of a,  rib. my son."���������Life. i  The Karl and Countess of Minto  will spend a pari of autumn at. Minto  House. Roxburgshire. and will not  leave for Canada till November.  The penny postage, in the bringing  about of which Mr. Mulock gave such  valuable services, vvill go into etrect.  ou November 9th, the Prince of Wales'  birthday.  Hermeneglide Loisellc. of Winnipeg,  has been grantee! an American patent  for a car coupling attachment. There  .were several other, patents granted to  taxation, and could not create any now  ollice with fees attached to it. Neither  could she annex nevv fees to old  offices. She could not. increase the  wages of one of her footmen, uiile.-._  shc eliel it out of her private funels, or  without exceeding the allowance made  to her by parliament.  Canadians this week.  A plain spoken Surrey pastor recently advised him male hearers not  to be afraid of bagging iheir trousers  or his lady hearers of bursting their  silk stockings by kneeling fn prayer.  A telegram to the Montreal Star  says: The pope has appealed to the  Unned State";-: government to protect  the catholic clergy and church properly from the insurgents in the Philippines.  Miss Jeanie Staffonl , of Lethbridge.  has started for Alaska. The members  of the Christ inn fCn. cavor and lhe  Presbyterian'Chure-h, of which 'nodies  she was organist, saw her off at the  train.  During the thunder storm at Grims-  wolel on the oth, a be>>- about Vi years  of age, the son of John Hammonn'l,  about 12 miles north of thi. place was  struck by lightning anel instamly  killed.  At Massena, N. Y., there lives a  Canadian named Francis Bonnet, who  is 10S years old. Ho has used tobacco  since he was 12 years old. ami has always drank all the whiskey he e-ould  get.  A well known professional man. who  is not Green at his business, is reported to have been treed l>y a ram. near  Port Hammond, anel kept, there for  over an hour. He escapeel the butts.of  the rambunctious sheep, only to become the butt of his frienels in town.���������  New Westminster Columbian.  A baseball match, Lindl.y's versus  the world, was played on the race  track at Edmonton last. Friday. .During the momentary excitement attendant upon a homo run made by Harry  Lindley tlie score- slif-e>t was Ins', but  as near as we roup] leather l.lm score"  stooel :\\4, te> ?, in favor of the worlel.  It. .1 pears thai. Hie rtritish government cannot get horses sufficiently  good and cheap for army remounts  in Canada, and consequently have to  s.end elscwliere. This is exceedingly  strange, and it would appear that our  liorsebreedcrK are neglecting a good  field ot business in not. catering to the  military requirements.  Freemasonry is well known as an  institution in tho Celestial empire  ami the Chinamen in Montreal are*  making strenuous efforts to organize a lodge in that city. They desire  thai the business of thn loelge shall  be carried on in the Chinese tongue:  in fact that the lodge be all that its  ram. Implies.aChinese Masonic loelge.  Application has been made to a prominent  Masonic   brother   by   a   local  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  AND SCO PACIFIC LINE.  Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Yukon and 'Klondike Gold  Fields. " <���������  To Kastern and European points.  .To J .icilic Coast, China, Japan  and Australia.  TOURIST   CARS  Kevehtoke   daily   to   St,  Wednesday      to  Pa-*;  E-iul,     except  eastern points.  Magnificent sleeping and din'mf?  cars on ali trains.  Tickets     issued     through    and  baggage checked to destination  Daily Trains Leave Revelstoke  Kastbour.d 7:10 a.m.  Westbound 5:20 p.m.  Southbound  for all Kootenay  points 8 a.m.  For    information,   tirne    cards,  maps and tickets apply tr*  T. W."BRAr_S.fAW,  Agent, Itevelstoke.  XV.    F.    A.vfiBKHO.v,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  li.  .). CoYu--,, District Passenger  j\geul, Vancouver.  JAS.   McMAlION'  Genei ai  Blacksmith  AND WOOD WORKER.  WaKons, IiDiivy nnil Unlit, Imilt to ordur or  rcpiiircet     Uory;sliOL-inK il specialty.  Shop on DoukIis atrcot, East. Kovelnloke.  S. McMslion, Manager. ,l,  Shop on First Strnot, just went of Union  Hotel. Itovclstckc Station. .laH McMahon,  ManuKcr. - aSI-tf  TIME C/\RD  Subject to ch-riKO without notice.  Trains run on Paclflo Standard Time.  HOINO WEST DAILY GOlN'i   h .1ST  8:00 a in Leavo Kaslo Arrhi ;i.~0pm  8:30 am ...South Fork... _:15pm  Uniii        '     Sproulu-     "      2:!.ipi__  t_5lani      "   ...WliitowKter...   "      -.00pm  10.03am      '     Bear Lako ...   "      1:48 pm  10:18am ' ... McOuiman.... " 1.33pm  Mills a m " Cnl/ Junction " 1:12 pm  10:50 am Arrivo.... Sandon .... Loavol:l'0p  I CODY LINE  Leavo 11:00a in Sanelon....Arrtv-o 11:15an)  Arrivo 11:20 a ni ....Cody I_o_vo 11:25 a m  EOBKRT. IRVING   I GEO.F.COPKLANl)  G. F. and P. A.        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Wendell Maclean  -Wholesale  {.       andBetail  Druggist Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  K2-tf  CHANCE  ,To soeuro ono of those desirable lota  CHEAP on the C. et K. Steuin Navigation Company's site.  Dont    wait    till    tho   booui   couaes  our way, but JJUV NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE  Sole Agents.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  a^ Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. We can-fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  John  EJWood  Jlpehiteet  and Buildep  Etllinatcs. plans and specifications furnished  on application. Shop and ropair work  promptly attended to. Wood carvirK a  specialty.      Work    Shop   on   Front Street.  What Do You  9  Want in Shoes ���������  If you want a Kood Miners' Shoo eouie b  O. .Tanking.  If j-ou want a goul I'rospcctora' Shoo eomo  lo 1). Jenkins.  If you want a line or strong Cork Soled Shoo  como to D. Jenkins.      n  It you want a Long.Log Boot como loD,  Jonkins. t  Shoos and Harness rcpiireil on tho shortost  notice. All lines of work kopt in stock  at prices to suit all.  D. JENKINS  First Streot. ono block Irom  tho Imperial ,  Dank ot Canada,  Rovelstoko Station, il, C.  Tfee Revelstoke  P_20to Company  Revelstoke. B. C  STUDIO: DOUGLAS STREET-  J. \. Hull  & Ccmpat-y  Butchers    and    Whoje..Ale    e������nd  Retail Dealers in Buef. Po.-k. etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All orders in onr line promptly  tilled....   Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersigned has a large supply  of Hemlock, Spruce, Fir .and Pine  Wood for _ale. Any person reejuiring  wood will kindly leave their orders  with Mr. W. M. Lawrence, Reqelstoke  Station, or with H, N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  17ntf FRANK JULIAN. -.  Sam Needham  Olothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Stylo at Lowest Frioes.  Douglas Street  l-EVKLSTOKE  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Slacbsmlthine. Jobbinc  Plnzubiu?.   Pipe Fi _ti-__~  Tin. mi thins:  Sheet I-'oc "Work  __-ac__i__e_<y Repaired  Mining V/ork a Specialty______������=;.  ROBT. GORDON  {.Revelstoke Stn.   - ;���������**-���������  *:.--���������  DRAWN BATTLE.  Che heavy, heavy nights are on him like tho  grounel.  And all tho bitter days nro over liko thn Ben,  And oven thus, O goel-i, whom think yo to havo  hound,  Nothing other novv to do, novvhero elsa (or  aye to he ?  Newer stagnant nor asleep Encolndun Is found  In the shell of doom nlivo and Invincible) and  free,  Vf the knovvli*dKO nnd tho will nnd tho plena-  uro wrapped around  Of the thing thnt ho would do, in lhc place  where ho would bo.  V    -  ���������     Whence tho profit, whoso tho odds,  1'eolili) gods ?  One beforo you disavowed.  Woven ruin for his shroud.  It more crafty, is moro proud, is more calm  than are ye.  We that search nnd would torment  His Intent.  Meet yoursolves ns in a well,  But can truck not, neither tell,  U this man indeed rebel so to do nml so to lio.  ���������Lotiiio Imogen Guinoy in Chnp Book.  SAVED THE BABY.  "Run, honey, run! Hcah como de  Yankees!"  Such was the cry which roused Nell  Tarleton from her bed that summer  evening when Genernl Butler, at the  head of the Federal troops, Bwooped  down upon City Point, Va., and blocked the road to Petersburg.  Nell Tarleton dwelt with ber mother  and baby brother in their old fashioned  home on the James river. Tho father of  the family was away on tho Potomac,  fighting the battles of the Confederacy,  and only a few faithful negroes remained to guard'Mrs.'Tarletou and her children.  As Nell sprang from her bed ebe  heard tho rattle of musketry up tho  river. A shell tore, screaming, over the  house, followed by another and another.  Then there burst forth from tbe stables  a lurid glare, and sho-heard ber mother's distracted voice shrieking that tho  negro quarters were afire.  Nail's fingers trembled violently, but  she managed to dou her frock nnd shoes  before old Aunt Drueilla came lumbering up the stairs aud drove the child,  fihoes in hand, from tho room,   y  ������"Doan' min' yo'. slioes till yo'gits  onto' flab," exclaimed Aunt Drusilla  resolutely, and so, barefooted and half  clad, Nell hurried through tho confusion of tho hall and iuto tho lawn beforo tho house.  Thero she found her mother hysterical and helpless, and there, _too, was tho  baby, snugly wrapped up aud carried  by , his nurse, the mulatto Phoebe.  Somo valuables hastily put together lay  in bundles on the grass���������plainly revealed in the ruddy light from tho blazing  huts. Nobody Foemod to know what to  do till Aunt Drusilla swept upon tho  scene. Then movement took tho placo  of inaction.  "Heah, yo' fool niggalist" cried the  old colored woman. "AVhat for yo' star-  in en doin iiuftin? Want do Yankees to  cotch yo', huh? Grab clem bundles an  nn  for  do  woods.   An yo', too, Miss   , an yo', honey.   Run, I tell yb'.  Phoebe, min'  dat nr chile, or I warm  yo'. Ever'body's got to run."  And everybody ran���������even fat Aunt  Drueilla herself. Down tbe dewy lawn,  with the Federal bullets whistling  among tho tree tops hard by, and the  flames spreading to the barns aud stables, thoy fled. For in the night attaolc  no ono was safe. Neither north not  couth warred against women and children, bnt under cover of darkness tho  gravest danger threatened all within  the area of attack.  _____At-last..they_roached_the_dense_wo_ods,_  nnd the sound of firing oarne but faintly to their ear_, though tho glow of the  distant fire still showed its grim reflection upon tho sky line.  "Dis far 'nough," grunted Aunt' Drueilla, who, despite her age and corpulence, had kept well in front of tho  race. " We can rest now. Put dem bundles down, yo' boys, an, O my Lawd!  Whar's Phoeber"  Poor Mrs. Tarleton turned at the old  woman's frightened cry���������tnrned to see  that tbe young mulatto was indeed  missing, together'. with , her precious  charge, tho baby I The unfortunate  woman's brain reeled at this last terri-  :; ble calamity, and she fell fainting upon  the path.  Kneeling by her side and chafing her  hands, Aunt Drusilla cried frantically  to the negro boys, who Btood around, to  search the woods.  "Go back de way wo come," sho  shouted. "Phoebe inns' be captured of  shot. Go back an fetch young marso  'fore de Yankees git him."  But the negroes hung their heads  sheepishly.  '"���������'���������'We'iie'fraid, Aunt Drnsilla.   'Deed  we'll- drefful 'fraid," they moaned.  Wrathfully the old woman rose to  her feet.  "An yo' call yo'selves menl" sho exclaimed. "Yo's nuffln bnt a'~pack o'  cowardly possums. I'll go back inah-  self. Yassurl Olo Aunt Drusilla ain't  scared o' Yankee guns when young  Marse Hal's lef bebin'.'f  True to her word, tho stout hearted  Drnsilla turnod in the direction of the  burning outbuildings and shuffled down  the pathway as fast ns she could go.  But another pair of ; feet wore lighter  than hers? A littlo girl in a flimsy frock,  with her, shoes clutbhed in her hands,  aped past the old Degress. It was Nell  l'artleton, trembling no longer, but wild  with eagerness to save her baby brother.  "Come book; honey I Fo' de Lawd's  sole*, come back!" gasped Aunt Drusilla, ���������������' she snatched unavailingly at the  ���������mall figure which rushed so swiftly  by. But Nell only shook her hoad and  rfca ihe faster. Farther and farther behind dropped poor Drusilla, until at  least she lost sight of Nell nil together.  Then she threw up hor hands and sank  despairingly upon a log..  "Dat ends it all," she sobbed. "Boy  an gal bofe gone now:' Wbnt'll Marso  Tohleton say when ho comes back? An  poor'missl Bonn' to kill har daid when  ������he hesr det Nell's gone too."  '   <& Mue-gh the woids ran Nell���������aw  -      -:"-."      , "^ _-i-!���������r*^.������_ - - "1".    "���������-  mother's agonized faoe evor beforo her  nnd tho determination to save littlo Hul  strong within her. A jagged stono cut  her baro foot, but could not stay her  even for an instant. Novv sho saw tho  roofs of hor father's houso illuminated  by tbo spreading lire, and now again  the shells wont whistling over hor head.  Rabbits and squirrels skurriod madly  past her, escaping from the advancing  troops. She heard tho sound of many  footsteps and tho sharp banging of tho  Fodoral riflos. On tho rising ground bo-  fore tho houso blaok figures hurried to  and fro���������tho van of Butler's army. But  sho did not stop. What wero tho enoniy  tohor when Hal was missing���������wounded by a chanco bullot porhupsnnd dying  in the fields?  With a roar tho house caught fire,  and a shower of sparks soared into tho  air and foil among tho troos. A bullot  pinged not a foot away from Nell, but  she hoard it uot.  "Hall Brother Hal!" was tho song  her heart sang, aud sho hoedod no other sound.  A brunch, shorn pit,' frpin its parent  tree, crashed down upon tho heroio  child and bore lier to earth. Sho crawled from beneath it, hor shoulder bruised  aud torn and with sharp pains in her  ankle that fold of a serious strain. She  could run no loniior, but limping was  still possible; so onward sho limped.  At lust tho lawn wns reached, nnd  Noll folt ivheavy hand descend upon hor  aching shoulder.  "Hold hard there!" criod:ay voice.  "What in heaven's name are you doing  here''"  The child looked up'iuto a rough,  bearded face, begrimed with powder,  yet not unkindly.  "Tho baby!" showhispored hoarsely,  "I've come back for Baby Hal."  .Tho bearded man let the sword which  he carried fall buck into its sheath.  "Oh, you've como hack for tho baby?  Come baok through the shells and bullets, eh? My girl, you're a regular Joan  of Arc." '  "No,   sir, I'm  a Confederate. And  please, won't you help me to lind baby?"  The big soldier caught Nell up in his  arms.  " Why, your poor little foot's out,"  he cried, "and your shoulder's bleeding  too.    This is awful."  "Dou't mind my shoulder, Mr. Yankee.   Let me iind baby."  Tho Federal officer pnt his spare baud  to his month by way of n speaking  trunipot and shouted in stentorian tones,  '' Hns���������any���������man���������found���������a��������� baby?"  From the right came an nnsworing  hail, and a spldior came-running out of  tho darkness!  "Wo found a colored girl and a baby  over thoro, sir," ho said. "Thogirl had  been knocked down by eouio burning  timbers from tho barn."  Two miuutos hitnr Baby Hal was.  cooing, just ns if nothing iind happened,  upon Noll's lacerated shoulder.. Poor  Phoebe, badly though not .dangerously  hurt,- told how in flying'blindly from  tho Federals sho had , beon struok and"  disabloel by a falling beam.  As tho story spread among tho Fed-,  eral soldiers thoy gathered around Nell,  cheering her so loudly tbat Aunt Drusilla, sitting disconsolately upon her  stump in the'wood., heard tho uproar  and wondered what: it meant.   .  Not long had ..the honest old negross  to woneler, for presently there marched  through the woods a guard of honor  surrounding tho Federal officer who curried both Noll and the baby in liis  strong arms.  '  "Oh,   chile, ohilo!" cried Aunt Dru-  . silia as she gave Noll her very heartiest  hug. " Yo' done give me n povv'ful scare.  But it's all right now, bress do Lawd  HFHBlTl I P. I ill  British   Trouble  Wilh   Russia  Imminent,  LORD  SALISBURY'S   ACTION  A Grave Situation ��������� Visit of. the Prince  of Wales to Denmark���������Illness of Ex-  Empress ��������� Railway Accident and  Two Men Killed.  Loudon. August. S.���������The lix-Uiniii'css  KiiKcnio Is reported as seriously Ml.  The Queen ot 1.)cnnuir!-. is reported  seriously ill. -I  New York, August S.���������The    visit ol' |  the Princess of Wales to -Denmark 1st  caused   bytho  very   serious  indisposition   of her : moUicr,    the    Queen of  Denmark.  RAILWAY1'ACCIDENT  Winnipeg, Augusts.���������Two men "nave  been killed and several Injured in a  railway accident near Cass Lake,  Min n.  RUSSIAN ENCROACHMENT  London, August 8.���������The Shanghai  correspondent of the Daily Mail says:  Russia now practically owns possession of Now Cliwang and the "open  door" in North China is: already shut.  BACKING DOWN  London, August- S.���������The correspondent of llie Daily Mail at Odessa  gives under,reserve the report that tho  Russian charge de affairs at Pekin,  M. Paytoff, will soon be removed, and  he regards this action as a symptom  o������ Russia backing down..  -GRAVl" SITUATION  Nvv York, August 8.���������The London  correspondent ot the Morning Post  says: Lord Salisbury lias at last  thrown down the guage to Russia, in  the matter, of the "open door" policy  in China,-iind that it is scarcely possible to overrate the gravity of the  situation. ���������  Two  Per  Cent   Declared  Common Stock,  on  NEW CABINET IN P.E.ISLAND  PREMIER LAURIEK ARRIVES  WINNIPEG  IN  THE    OAK    RIVER   MURDER  A Washout Discoveoed Just in  Time  on dem dar Yankees" ain't so bad after  all."���������Chicago Inter Ocean.  Eggs From Australia.  No. many years ngo the possibility  of shipping eggs from Australia with  any likelihood of their reaching England except in a decomposed condition  would have been ridiculed as utterly  unworthy of consideration. Today the  thing is not only, being accomplished,  but the eggs arrivo in such first class  condition that they, pass as new laid.  This has been rendered possible by the  universal empiuynmnt of rcfrigoratiug  apparatus on shipboard. The eggs, while  still perfectly fresh, are forwarded by  tbo Australian poultry keepers to the  cold store and are shipped to England  at tho time wheu eggs are scarce aud  consequently at thoir doarest. Many  thousands of dozens, pa^gid ih boxes  with cardboard divisions, .tiled.up with  dry pea husks, are now forwarded to  this country from November to January. Ina recent consignment the local  price of the eggs at the time of shipping  was 5"^d. per dozen, the freight and  packing cost about 3d. per dozen/and  they realized Is. Cd. per dozen retail on  arrival at this side of the world.���������  Chambers'Journal.  Refused to Fxpres* the Baby.;  A South Sider called up tho American  Express' company  .by   telephone   and  'wanted tho agent to make a contract to  bring h precious package from northern  Michigan. When asked the character of  the package, the mau  at the telephone  : said it was a 6-montb-oId baby. The  person in whoso care the child had been  loft, the mother being dead, had wired  that sho" could no longer take care of  tho littlo ono. General Agont Nosier  told tho onxious father that he could do  nothing for him, whereat tho latter  seomod greatly disappointed. Mr. Nosier said that 20 years ago the company  aocepted oharges of that character, but  the oarriage of men, women and children became risky aud undesirable and  Anally had,been abandoned by all the express companies.���������Chicago Tribune.  Not nu fault.  He���������Do you think Styles and bis wife  live happily?  She���������I'm sure of it  "Well, she always seems to look uncomfortable when she's with blm."  "That's not her husband makes her  look that way. It's her boots."���������Yon-  ksrs Statesman.    \  jy-*f*'.i*.*7**^.".* ..->������--������ -   ���������*.���������*--     - - -  Steamship Wreck Not Confirmed���������The  B. C.  Bribery   Charges���������Inspection  ' i.f Rainy   River Rapids -Laurier at  Rat Portage  Winniiipeg. August S.���������The lion. Sir  Wilfrid Laurier is visiting at Rat  Portage.  THAT  WRECK  The rcporled wreck of the slcsun-  bhili off Hello Isle is up to tlie present  unconfirmed.  The  Hon. Clifford Sifton has made  personal inspection of the; Rainy river!  rapids.  The 'charge of bribery against Uritish Columbia -oilicial!. arc" not. sustained. '        '  ���������RAILWAY WASHOUT  A washout on the Canadian I'acilic  railway near Dumbo vvas discovered  in lime to save au express train from  wreckage.  CORONERS   VERDICT     "  A verdicl on the cause of the death  ill Charles Henry, at Oak river, has  been returned as death from blows  inflicted by a person unknown.  Commander Ogilvie arived al Rat  Portage yesterday.  NO MURDER  Oltawa. August S.���������A verdict' of no  murder has been returned - by lhc  coroners jury at the conclusion ot the  investigation^of���������tlic-cause���������of���������death-  of Eli Boycr, who was killed near  Aylmer. ������  Whitewater, Assa., August S.���������Oat  cuttting has commenced in Assiniboia.  Wheat will e cut in two weeks' time,  the probable yield is expected lo  be.'.very good.  Narrow Ei cape of W. W. Ogilvie Prom  Sudden Death,  London. August S.���������The <:. I'. II.  directors have'declared'a'dividend ot  2 per cent on preferred common stock,  ANDRE IS Rl"l"ORT  A report from Siberia alleges Unit  a pigeon'has been shot whicli was  sent out by Andree.  Fourteen persons were burned to  death at Baku, Russia.  Twenty persons have been drowned  at Lisbon, Portugal, by the sinking  ot a vessel.  Montreal,August 8.-Archbishop Bru-  chesi has been invested ��������� with the  pnniuni.' <  A CLOSE CALL  W.   W.   Ogilvie   had   a   mai-vcllous  escape  from  being killeel  by a train  while crossing  the  C.  P.  R.  railway  crossing here.  THE PREMIER'S MOVEMENTS  Winnipeg, August S.���������Premier Laurier  arrived   in -Winnipeg   from  Rat  Portage at an early hour this morning.  He'is expected to turn lhc llrst sod  of the 1. ��������� & R. R. railway.  The contract for pipes for the  Winnipeg water, works was awarded to a  Hamilton firm.  The first meeting of the Plebiscite  campaign ,was held last night ia  Grace church.  The post oflice deficit will be reduced  from over ?700,000 in 1S9U lo $7-1,000  in 1S98.  The British Columbia sealers ask  that the campensation of lhc II. S.  demand be granted by Great Britain.  Chris Stewart,- of .Rapid City has  been arrested on .the charge ot being  connected vvith the' killing ot Chas.  Henry.  A   CABINET  Charlottotovvn,   August   S.���������A   cabinet  has  been  formed- in Prince  Edward  Island  with  Donald  Farquhar-  son;as premier.        ,  Washington, August 8.���������Prance demands from the United States the release ot tho prize steamer Olinde Rodriguez.  TASCIIEREAU'S SUCCESSOR .  Montreal,     August !).���������   Archbishop  Ptihamel, of Ottawa, is mentioned as  a possible successor to lhc laic Cardinal Taschereau.  BISMARCK BURNED  Winnipeg, .lune 9.���������A disastrous fire  destroyed    the  largest    part  of  Bismarck, Norlh Dakota, yesterday.   The  losses will amount.to several millions.  SPAIN'S  ANSWER '  AVashington, August 9.���������It was announced this morning that Spain's answer to the United States' conditions  ol" peace has reached here in several  sections'.   11 will be delivered to President McKinley  today  by  the French  ambassador.  News comes from Cuba Unit Gon-  liils Gonic"/. and Garcia intend prosecuting a guerilla warfare in spite of  any,armistice.  EI  Hostilities  Will   Immediately  Cease  OUfc LONDON LETTER  INTENSE - -INTEREST  -IN- -THE  Spanish American war-  PROTECTION OF FOREIGNERS  All But One of the Pes.ce Terms Have  Been Accepted��������� A Canadian-American Legion ��������� Wreck ���������of a U. S.  Troopship.  Wastilngton, August 7.���������Guayamo,  Porto Rico, has been captured by Gen.  Harris.  General Shaffer reports 15 deaths  amongst his troops, on ���������-'August* 5th  and 6th.  THE CANADIAN LEGION  Chicago/August S.���������The Canadian-  American legion have volunteered for  active service at, Santiago.      ������������������;    "  The consul at San Juan Porto Rico  is taking active measures to protect  the lives and property of foreign residents.-  TERMS ACCEPTED  Madrid, August 7.���������-The answer of  the Spanish government to the American peace terms lias, been confirmed  by the eiuecn regent, and ordered to  be forthwith despatched - to Washington.  If these prove acceptable to the  United States authorities, hostilities  vvill at once cease. Spain accepts the  whole of the profferred conditions,  with the exception of tho Cuban debt.  TROOPSHIP WRECKED  New York August S.���������The United  States steamship Andes reports on  Tuesday having passed close to a  wreck" off the Cuban coast, which,  proved to be the United States transport Gusie, which sailed on July 23  from Tampa with troops for Santiago.  The navy department will immediately .investigate the mailer.  Probable Tariff War Between the U. S.  and Get many��������� Military Feeling is  Growing in England���������The Deceased  c Wife's Sister's Bill in the House���������  , Scottish Life and Humor.  London, July 19.���������A story is going  "about this week that upon one Of the  groat  liners  coming  to   the   landing  stage at Liverpool this   week  on   its  arrival   from  America,  an : American  rushed to thesido of the ship and called  out  to  the   people  on   the  stage.  "What's the latest news ot the war?"  A man Who partly hoard, said," what?''  and the excited American repeated the  question, "what's the  latest news  of  the war?"'   The ''hearer slowly looked  up and drawlingly asked "what war?"  The talk is that no doubt the Spanish  Anicricah.,:war looms up a great deal  larger.   in:  America   than   here,   but  that everywhere  it  is  of  very deep  interest; that especially where English  is spoken it, cannot be regarded with  indifference:?' and that it is very satisfactory indeed to find what a warm  feeling has been excited in. this country   in   favor   of  America,   and   that  everyone .'has   rejoiced   in   America's  success,     i;  In well informed quarters here the  belief is exprescd that the autumn  will witness a tariff war between Germany and the United States. Tlie  result of the elections in Germany has  been to return a much stronger com-  lucrcial element to the [Reichstag,  and the members representing commercial interests, and commercial  bodies all over the country are urging  tlio government to tax prohibitively  all American' manufactures, but chiefly cycles; machinery of all kinds, and  hardware, which arc competing vvith  German markets. ; The government  | it is said, has already gone to the  length of instructing the minister of  I commerce to ascertain what alterations can be made to the tariff to this  end. and the report is expected before the enel or the month., Reading  between the lines of the events of the  past few weeks, it is to be inferred  that the military spirit will now be  fostered as far as possible in this  country by the authorities. The review at Aldershot by the queen, the  unprecedented patronage of the militia by the Prince of Wales, the blandishments of the commander In chief  at various meetings, with the view of  inducing young men to join the "army,  by magnifying tho attractions of the.'  military career, and the creation thiu  year of a special reserve, all point to  lhis direction. From day to day wo  aro receiving many lessons that lhe  licet, however powerful it may be,  is for sonic, essential'purposes'for lhc  the defence of our interests it one-  edged and inadequate Instrument, ll  cannot for instance, defend us againsi  Russia our trade interests lu lho Yang-  sti valley, if tliat, country choose to  push lis influence and political supremacy through the back provinces  of China down to the very bunks ot  llu: grout river.  As the position laken up by the  lord chancellor in the colonial iiiur-  rhiges bill on Friday last shows, the  ini'inbersOf the cabinet, an; not, unanimous on the subject, and when ii  reaches the houso of commons it will  accordingly bo dropped as a very contentious measure. Though It would  not meet, with much resistance on  the opposition side of the house, there  is a scclion of lhc members of the  ministerial'side of; the house Who  would give It uncompromising hostility, and accordingly as the government have no oilicial ' Interest in tlie  bill, it will bo sacrificed.  Mr. Sinclair has published in  .Scottish' Life and Humor, a collection  ot what the Americans would call  chestnuts, or venerable .loo Me-  Millars. Perhaps the? following legend may not be commonly known.  A little vvoniiin was nskod by the  granny what the text was at the kirk.  "About the scarlet vvoniiin, great. "  unmentionable person, "O Babylon."  "Con that wonum- be on the ranelen  yet, 1 mind she was a bad ane when 1  vvas a wee bit lassie." The "Situboth,".  as Mr. Sinclair calls it, is said to be  kept less strictly than when Dr.  Guthrie asked for hot water to shave  on a Sunday, and was loid. "Speak o  shaving on tho Lord's day in Ross-  shire, and you need never preach here  again." " Yet at Donom recently,  uniler lhe shadow of Highland Mary's  statue, pious mobs refused to lot  tourists land on Sunday. Shooting  tenants have been "rabbid" in lho  north for taking a boat to gel Iheir  letters on a Sunday. The bench unil  biir, of course yield anccdolos, as of  the judge, vvho, when an advocate  suggested that a client (in a case of  a house with a leak in lhe roof)  '"might put up ;i roan" (a water pipe)  profanely remarked, "put up a roan,  ye might as well l'mL ������l~ ��������������� prayer."  On the whole, Scottish jest hooks in  general are dull rending, but lhis "is  somewhat, of an exception.  Lasl year Denmark imported ' to  Great Britain bucon and hams io the  value ot .I" 2,950.00: butter vvorLh  .i;(),42S.OO. and .C672.000 worth of eggs.  The report of Mr. Boyle, our consul at  Copenhagen; shows that in the case of  the Danish, agricultural success is the  result ol" aiming at good  quality, and economical working.  Great care is taken in the raising of  fodder and food. No cow is kept thai  does not pay its way as a milk producer. If rendered over confident by  success, the Danish farmer presumes  upon his reputation and grows careless, lie is soon,pulled up. This last  year there wero complaints about  Danish bacon, which arose princlpally  ,fiom the fact that the pigs had been  led on cheap and nasty maize. A  similar difficulty kept the eggs back  becauso-times were so bad, and an egg  does not improve as it grows older,  except in China. The consequence  was that Danish eggs came under suspicion, aud thoir value, fell,-for the  English consumer dislikes a bad  Danish egg just as much as a bad  English one.  The World's Third Sunday School  Convention" commenced its proceedings in London this week., There were  piesent 2,300 delegates, 'representing  lwo and a ��������� half million teachers  throughout tho world and 25,000.000  children.' 11 was reported that four of  the delegates from the United States  wore passengers in the ill-fated  fctcaiiicr La Bourgoine, and perished  in the wreck. The Marquis of Norlh-  nnipton, president of the Sunday  Jjchool Union received the delegates.  T"i~c"Chines_rq-iestIon~di'osd"in"a~very-  acute way in .one of our police courts  the other day, rwhen three seamen  were charged, bearing the following  names: ' Ho Ah Saw, Oh Lung Shing.  Ah, Tuavv Jung, the charges was tor  -smuggling, and a very ingenious plan  they adopted. The steps leading from  the dock house to their quarters  below wore taken up, and plugged  with tobacco upwards on end, and  then covered again with tho planks,  but cute as they were, they could nol  outwit the, customs ollicers, and their  exploit has cost them .C20 each, and  some days imprisonment.  As the result of the Imperial Coa-  ference ou postal rates, it. litis been  agreed in the, proposals of the ropro-  se nlatives of the Dominion ot Canada,  that a letter postage ot one '.penny per  half ounce", shall he established between the Uuited Kingdom, Canada,  : Newfoundland.''" Cape Colony. Natal  and such of the Crown colonics as  may, after conimiinication with, anel  approval, of Her Majesty's government,  lie willing to; adopt'it. The date ou  which the reduction will 'come into  effect vvill bo.announced later.  A friend of mine struck an American at Ilenlcy during the regatta  Week, which is locally a liolielay  week, and explained lo.iim the "difference, between the regalia idea on the  two sides ot the Atlantic. "Say,' do  none; of; the people of this..'island do  any business Henley week;" he suddenly demanded. "A?: few in outlying  districts" was the reply, but statistics  on that point are very unreliable."  "Well no offence old man," he went  On, "I only thought Pel liko to mention  the matter anyway. When we go to a  regatta in the.Stales, wc have the rowing iright on the spot, and go home  again. Seems to us no competition  should be baulked of a prize by olel  'age creeping ou him between the  heats. That's all." A never einliiiir  joy, he explained, was the men's  .headgear. "I'd been about a week in  London I guess when 1 got a sort of  longing to see a London man without  n silk hat on him. A man from  Chicago teild mo "sonic of them took  'cm off when they went to bed, but he  could not say Which, and I diel not  want to run no risks in the hotel.  Well I thought I was on a good  thing when 1 went to Ascot. Why sir  there were more silk hats on the lawn  than in the whole of niy native town  on a Sunelay, , so sure enough. I  brought, iny silk bat. down to HenWiy.  Seems I might as well have brought a  Klondike outfit." My friend hail no  observation to make in reply.  FASHION'S CHANGES.  ��������� _T-_tlon_ of Styla to B_ Observed Thin  S_-_on hy the'Vatr Sex.  Thero is n gradual diminution In tho  exuberance) ot trimming, flat effects being  moro and moro used, Somo of tho nowost  motlolH show an ontirely smooth sleovo, for  "���������oxnniplo, without even tho slight fullness  at tho top or sninll sleevo cap thnt hns  boon worn hlthorto. Bodices, nlso, which  have boon so ovorlondod with trimming,  aro ln tlio new designs much loss olnbo*  ratoly ndorned and nro oron In soma cases  quite plain and flat, trimming taking tho  form o(. smooth ' applications or Iperhnps  boing abnont nltogelhor. Thoso tight,  plain corsngos nro nilvnntngoous to full,  well dovcloped figures,, but nro trying for  vory stout or very'thin.women. As thero  aro few porfceit figures, lho triiiinicil anil  dnip'ed bodice will always hold its own  and will novor go out of fashion, although  tho stylo of decoration will ticetessnrily  oontlinitilly vary.  Thu bolero, aftor having boon run Into  tho ground and pronouncoel dead nnd  buried, has suddenly oxparianccil a resur-  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of P_r__m_at, IBM  Paid up Capital    -    $2,000,000  Rest Fund   -    -    -    1,500,000  Hoad Office���������Montreal   ;  BOARD OF DIRBOTOB8  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H. EwinR, Vice-President  W. M. Rani, ay Henry Arch I .aid  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cfeghorn  H. Markland Molson  F, Woiferstan Thomas, Gen. Managpi  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H, Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms lhe accounts of individuals, firms.  bankers and- municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought and Bold at lowest rates..-  BRANCHES :  Aylmer, Ont.  Brock vi lie, Out.  Calgary, Alta,  Clinton, Out,  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Cnt.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  ���������St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg.Ont.  Norwich, Ont,  Simcoe.  Ontario  Victoria, B. C.  llovclstokc Brunch i   J. D,  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Kidgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Ol..  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto,, Ont.  TcrontoJunc'n.Ont  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo; Ont  "Woodstock.Ont   .  Winnipeg, MftD .  Vancouver, B, C,  Revelstoke, B.C.;  -.Queliec.   ��������� ���������  Mol_on, Manager  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  A;[_T_ODIST CBURC1I ��������� ,.Revol������toke.  I'-l Pn aching serricoa at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Ui-88 meeting at the clneo of - the  moraine service, .-abbath School and Bible  Class nt 2:30, p.m. Weekly prayor meeting  every Wednesday cvoi.ing at 7:30 p.m. The  publlcnro cordially invited.', Soals'free.  HEV. P. .I.*THOMPSO"-. Pastor.  pHUBCH OF ENSLAND-St. Peter's,  v*^ Rcvclstoko- Hours ot seivice: Kvenlng  prayer daily nt 5 o'clock, Fiidays. at 7:30.  Sundays and Festivals: Holy Communion at <  _.m.. morning prayer nl 11. Sunday School  analllble Class at 2:30, evening prayer al 7-M.  First Sunday in tho month Holy Communion  it morning services.  FRANK.A. FORD, Vicar.  TABTKTA GOWN.  rcctlon nnd is appearing in somo of the  host nnel nowost models. Tho most vnlu-  nblo sorvieo it renders is given under tho  tailor muelo form, In which it composes  tho uppor part of a two piece costume to  bo worn with a silk or bntiste:shirt waist.  As nn example of the smooth, plain  stylo of gown may bo cited the costuino  shown in the plcturo. It la of taffeta nnil  hns a perfectly plain skirt, tight around  the hips. The oloso bodice fits without a  wrinkle anil ia fnatoneil by hook's 'under  the left arm. 'I'ho docoration consists of  flat applications of embroidery. The tight  slooves hnve a vory littlo fullness at tho  top nnd ii -mull embroidered opnulct. Tho  hat, of the shepherdess shape, is trimmed  with blnok velvet,' n jeweled bucklo and  an ostrich 'plume. ' -     .Tfinc Chollet.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH���������R_vel������to_e.  Servico every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Bib'c Clvss at "2_~0 p.m., lo which  all are welcome.- Prayer .meeting MB p.m,'  every Wednesday.  REV. T. ME-SZtES, Pastor.  CATHOLIC . CHURCH ��������� Revel-  Mass   first and third Sundays In  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV? FATHER THAYER.  ROMAN  stole e.  CALV ATION ARMY���������Meetings every night  ^' in the'r fca'l on Fr. nt Street-o  CARE OF THE  HAIR.  WTiat to Do In Order to Keep It In Good  Condition.  Tho cnre'of tho hnir is a matter which  interosts every woman. As in mo. t elo-  pnrtnicnts of hygiene, precautions agnlnst  Injury nro rnthor negative than positive.  It is not safe to cxporlinont with dyes,  washes aiid similar chemical compositions  without._ physician's atlvlco, and unless  thero is somo nctiinl disease of tho scalp it  is best not to doctor it.: Aflno tooth comb  is an Instrument to be avoided, ns its uso  . is apt to proelueo dandruff whero none nnt-  urrilly cxists!..nel to mako it worse when it  is really present. Ic is better to brush tho  -hair thnn to .comb.it..but whon a comb is  used it should, hsivo coarse tooth throughout its length. The brush should bo a  good ono���������largo, with long, strong bristles  ���������but it should not bo used with violence.  The hnlr ought to bo allowed to hang free  upon tho shoulders for n littlo whilo ovory  day, nnd if lt'ls fnirn sun bath will benefit it. I~ow pins '..should?bo employed in  . _rraDgliig it, and hot, heavy hats are to be  Loyal' Orange  Lodge, No. 16S8.  Regular meetings are held in the  Oddfellow*. U 1- nn the'Berond and  fourth W idii-al .78 of each month  at 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren  oordlallr invited.  Dr. T. Jeffs," W. M.:  T. 3. Grahame, Rec Seo.  W. U.; Birney, Fin. Sec ;; R. S.. Wilson, Treas:"  Court  Mt   Begbie,  I.O.F..No.346x._;_.  Meets* in the "Oddfellows'. Hall on the  2nd and, ith Fridays of  each month. Visiting  brethren invited to  attend.  J. B. Scott, C. R.  J. L. Smith. H- 8.  ({evelstoKe Hospital  Maternity Koom in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on1 band.  Drs McKechnie  and. Jeffs. Attendants.  Dp. iMalloefo  - Fbyaioian and Surgeon, McKoDrie;  Avenue, Revelstoko Station. B.C.  If you want employment, or  looking for a houso to rent when  you reach Vancouver apply to  The Vancouver Employment  and  House  Renting Agency  .     331.    Hasllngs   .HtreoU    West.   J.&epnagl^an  Carpenter  and Builder  Oltoe rnd Workshop:   Opposite Court  House, Revelstoke.  Plans, speci-cations nnd estimates given on  application. The largest stock of doors, saab,  brackets, turnings, mouldings, base casinos,  kiln dried flooring, ceiling, and all inside  finish is now in stock and -will be offered at  prices never before unotrd on this tide of ,  Vancouver. Any one requiring any- of the-  above materials will tie consulting th'lr own  interests by getting my prices before ordering  elsewhere. n27-tf  ;_  SATIN TOII-ET.  avoided. The hair shoulel nover 1)0 drawc  tight in doing it up, nnel when it is wn.h-  ed a fine, mild soap should be? used, anel  the hair should bo rinsed and quickly  dried. Shell or composition hairpins nre  to. bo preferred to wire. Frequent wettinp  of the bnir, especially with cole): water, i--  to be avoided ns much as possible.  The illustration given in today's Issue  shows an elaborate toilet of black satin  The skirt has a train of medium length  and is adorned with a deep V of black jet  passementerie, which extends from the top  of tho skirt at the back to tbo foot in  front. The pointed bodice has a plastron  composed of little plaitings of black nous-  saline de sole, which also form epaulet,  above the tight sleeves. Points of black  jut passementerie full .over these plaitings  in front, and similar points trim tbe plain  back. The cravat is of pink tulle and the  toque oi pink tzaleas.  Jcdig OHOIUBL  If You Want-  PIDRE COWS .MILK,  Guaranteed Unadulterated.  So to THE EU ROPE DJII R.Y  MBS. F. JULIAN-.  L:-���������& FRETZ  Contractor, and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  WorKmansbip Guaranteed  *~~���������������Terms Cash Citizens  of Revelstoke   We take lhis opportunity nt  llie end nf our yenr'8 business,  in thank you for your kinel  patronuge so liberally cxtftnd-  e-iltousin the: piisi, umi nlso  .       wish in cull ve.nr intention tr.  j.\ the fni'i Dim wo liuvu just  recelveel the largest  order of  Drugs and Chemicals  ever opened in Iti'vclMokc,  eitrcrt from Die niiiiiiiriieturers  ami importers, Die quality of  vvliie-h vve giiimiiiiee.  Our Prices are Right  anil vve- study lo please our  cusloiiiers.  Our Store  Is Open Day and Night  for di_.pcn_.lng. f_S_F~Wcsnlii.it  mail order, nml give lliem  liroinjit att.-'iition.  Canada Drug & Book  Co. Limited.  LOCAL ANMENERAL   NEWS  * 0:30 at the Vic. for a sandwich.  ���������Straw bats at cost to clear at C. B.  Hume & Co's.  J. G. Atkins, of the French Creek  Co., is in town.  AV. F. Crage went south to Nelson  on Thursday.  ���������Fruit jars���������pints, ejuarts and half  gallons at C. B. Hume to Co's.  XV. Cowan came dovvn from tho Big  Bend hist night.  The proceeds of the kindergarten  party were about $S0.  J. J. Foley, of the Lakeview hotel!]  Arrowhead, was in town today.  R. Gordon has the contract for  doing the plumbing work in Mr. F.  Taylor's new cottage.  Bert. Northey, stevvart of the steamship Lytton, is visiting friends for a  few days in town.  Alreadv there are S3 protests entered  against the return of members to the  legislature of British Columbia.  Miss Jennie Evans returned to town  t lis morning and will take up her  duties iu the school next week.  ���������Genuine maple syrup and buckwheat meal at C. B. Hume to Co's.  Dr. R. G. Brett went through to  Banff by No. 2 this morning, and Dr.  Whyte "went south to Halcyon.    <-  Fred. Birney, of Calgary, is in tovvn  nnel will remain a few days visiting  bis brothers, XV. G. and J. Birney.  A fence is to be put  up around the  . land belonging lo St. Peter's church at,  once.   All-.'J. IS. Wood  has the job in  hand,  * The Herald job oflice may not ho  the only one in town, but it certainly  is the best, price, quality of stock and  workmanship considered..  ���������YV.'B. Pease to Co. has just got in  a carload of bran and shorts. Make  your bargain with them before car 16  unloaded,  Thos. Newman, roaclniaster. is having his residence on McKenzie Ave,  thoroughly papered and painted. P.  Jenkins has the work in hand.  ���������The very latest and nobbiest in  Paris lies at (J. B. Hume & Go's.  ���������Wanted���������A room and board for  married lady; no children; in Upper  Town or in that vicinity. Address B.  It. Becker,  Kevelstoke Station,  B.C.  * How's your stationery supply?  We want to C-U-B-A customer of the  Herald's. ��������� AVe always 'guarantee  satisfaction in both price and quality.  -The city of Nelson  now  owns, both'  ~5t*s"Sv7it"iA^rn_riigliti"iTg~sy^  lily of Iiosslanil is  inaliiiig   a   bid   Le>  get control   of both   systems in   that  tovvn also.  M. Harris, of Calgary, who was one  nf the surveyors on the Teslin Lako  Railway, was at the Hotel Revelstoke  yesterday, anil went east to Bantl: to  join his family this morning. ���������  Tbe meeting of the B. C. Board of  Underwriters to meet their secretary,  Mr. A. XV. Ro_s, and receive his report  nn t.he mainland, took place yesterday, when the rating of ReveUtoke  was to come up among other matters.  ���������Toilet Soaps���������A lovely assortment  to choose from at C. B. Hume to Co's.  R. Tapping is finding bee k. eping a  highly successful form of enterprise in  Revelstoke. Since obtaining his  queen bee from Chilliwack a few-  weeks ago, the beos in erne hive alone  have filled 21 boxes of the finest white  diver honey imaginable.  George Laforme came in from Big  Bend on Thursday and left again this  morning. George's faith in the Big  Bend country is firm and he .says  ��������� prospects were never brighter than  this year.  A lawn social will be given under  the auspices of the L-die-; Aid of the  Presbvterian church on Friday. Aug.  19th. " The grounds surrounding the;  church will be prettily decor.ile;d for  - the occasion, and au enjoyable time is  anticipated.  A pleasant little surprise party of  bachelor friends of W. G. Birney visit-  eel him at his new residence on Fourth  street, on Saturday night last, when a  most pleasant evening was spent in  songs, speeches and conversation.  During tne evening refreshments were  served.  Billy Holloway returned to town on  Thursday from Pool ejreek where he  has lieen doing assessment work on  the Lexington group. Billy reports a.  c-lass of good reliable men, and men  with money anel experience going into  the Fish Creek country with a view of  looking up reliable properties for  purchase.  Mr. Justice Walkem, to whom during the session nf the. legislatnie i_  royal commission was issued lei make  thorough inquiry into certain charges  of corruption in the provincial department of lands arid works has  eouipleted bis work and has delivered  his finding to the government, Itis  tei.e���������the statement merely that he  finds the charges not sustained by the  evidence���������which is appended.  ���������Choicest perfumes���������Scely's and  Rogers & Gaillct's; full stock at C. B.  11 tune & Co's.  Capt. Bailey, of the Salvation Army  at Revelstoke, was in tovvn yestei day.  ���������Kamloops Standard.  P. Lam ont. manager of the Canada  Drug & Book Co., came up from the  south last night.  VV. J. Curtis, piano and organ  tuner, will be in lown in a few days.  All orders left at Lawrence's hardware  store will receive prompt attention.  On Thursday morning Messsrs. F.  Wells, Guy Barber anel H.N. Coursier,  left, for a week's holidays to the St.  Leon Hot Springs and yesterday  morning Mrs. Coursier and family and  XV. G. Paxton lel't lo join the party.  ��������� Bran, shorts and feed wheat���������W.  B. Pease to Co. have just got in n, carload and are offering them at greatly  reduced prices for cas-b. Novv is the  time for a bargain before car is unloaded.  The young man, J. F. Meagher, who  was taken in charge by Const. McRae  on Thursday on a charge of insanity,  vvas examined yesterday by Drs.  Malloch and JelFs, who gave a certificate to that effect.  Constables AlcRae and Bullock left  last night for Nevv Westminster vvith  the prisoner Benson, who will serve  limit! years in the provincial jail, and  J. F. Meagher, who waw adjudged insane will be taken to the asylum.  W. White, Q.C., returned this morning from Donald where he has been  acting for the Crown in two criminal  cases' which came up before Judge  Forin tliere yesterday. Mr. Geo. S.  McCiirter, of Harvey & AlcCarter, appeared, for the defence in both cases.  Tho latest returns to hand from  Cassiar show that the two candidates  in support of Jlr. Turner have fully  maintained the lead shown by the  first, return published. The figures  now are aa follows: Clifford, 161;  Irving, 125; McTavish, 48; with 8  places to hear from.  JI. Wilbur A. Hendryx, M.D., owner  of the Last Chance and several other  valuable silver mines in the Slocan,  was in town yesterday, along with  Manager Ph.iir of lhe Halcyon Hot  Springs, Jlr. Hendryx having stopped  ovor a day or two at, the Springs. Ho  is on his way to (Seattle. Jlr. Phair  retusned this morning.  P. H. Morri.~~._oy, of Peoria, III., President of the Order of Railway Trainmen, came in last night on No. l.on a  visit to the local lodge here. After  the business uf the meeting the members gave a dinner at the Hotel Revelstoke in honor of Mr. Jloirissey's visit,  ���������i report of which will appear in our  next issue.  The public school opens next week.  Principal JIcTaggart. who has  accepted a third assistant mastership  in Vancouvei', left for the west on1  Thursday, and Principal Sullivan, of  C.)i!livviick; has received the vacant  appointment here. Jliss Smith, sister-  in-law of Conductor Lnwson. will take  V.ie second rouin next term and Jliss  Evans will conduct the third.  The trail leading to the canyon lias  now been brought right to the court  house. The government authorities  have written the Canatlian Pacific  ltailway Co. in regard to^ having a  crossing laid nt the point where the  new part of the trail passes over the:  track. Quito a number of parties have  lately driven np the trail .-is far as the  canyon, while bicyclists as well have  been testing the merits of tbe improved roadway, evidently to their  satisfaction. The trail is still somewhat rough in places, but time and  traffic will no doubt take most of the  kinks out of it.  Mining and Mine Managers  Alining is  a   great,   and   should   be  often a, more   profitable   industry,  is  largely in   the hands   of   sharks   and  impostors, a sweeping  assertion, _br.t  the l ruth of it will be recognized hy  iiny miner whose falling has compelled  him to labor in the mines of the west,  and many eastern capitalist can be-ar  witness that they have been the vie.  tims of fraud in connection with western mining schemes.  1 elo not for a moment overlook the  .advantage technical eeiiie:ation gives  the miner, he cannot have too much of  it, but thorough knowleelgo of practical mining is essential.  An incompetent man can often run  a mine foy a long time" without Ix'ing  found out, iind I can think of no other  great, industry where the: owners arc  not usually tneireconveisant vvith the  minute details, leakage and lose-, than  any employee. But bow dilfeient in  mining anti how oeuiipl-toly are the  owners at the mercy of the men if he  has not a practical knowledge of the  details.  I low often in the rie-h slopes of the  mine I have seen lbe mineis pushed  and expected lo make a showing, when  Ihey hlioulel havo devoted their whole  shift in the ...iving of lhe mineral, that  vvas of more value than a month's  vvagfts. In such a case Lhe incompetent managi-nient cannot discriminate:  a showing of work is made hy the  miner, some nre goes lo the siiifae-e-  ami all is well. Again, should a flow  of vvntc-r lit! encountered in sinking,  and lhc management not understanding sinking in wet ground, what vvill  bu tliu result? Tho shaft will cost  many time's its value, hut the malinger can Iny the blame to things the  ownei-s may not uve-n know lho names  r:f ;inel he is excused, and, there being  <tn element of chance; in mining, the  manager may have the good few-tune  to run into a body of rich nre iinel  make a reputation for himself as a  successful mining man.  Mining is a great and grand industry  anel many mines are- iii.-i unreel and  olTice-it-el by men familiar with every  detail, but my experience I am sorry  to say, shows that by fur toei much  western mining is e-iirricel on by men  who dei not, understand the details of  tiie sul<ji>i"t and consequently large  sums of money are sunk annually  that should in proper hands bring  back manifold returns to the owners.  ���������J.A.A. in Jlines and Mineral.  For Sale  A Ruhv Rim Lady's Bicycle in good order.  This '.ear's. Cheap. Apply E. G. BECKEn,  Revel-lake Station. 13nn  A CONSERVATIVE  CONVENTION  A movement is on foot, and the idea  is meeting with approval in every part  of the province, to hold a convention  at Vancouver for the purpose of reorganizing the Conservative party in  British Columbia. The Hkrald is  fully in accord with this proposal. In  mat lers of this sort there is no necessity to vvasto time in discussing the  pros and cons. The need of reorganization is obvious and the bet.t time to  elo the work is now. One of the leaders  of the party, Hon. G. E. Foster, is in  the province at present, and advantage  should be taken of bis visit to hold the  convention while he is with us so as to  have, the benelit of his experience and  advice. There are a great many  matters which need discussing of the  utmost importance both to the party  and the country at large. Conservatives throughout Canada have profited  by the lesson of 1S96. There is a general disposition to set the Conservative bouse in order to get rid of some  of our old men of the sea and to see  lhat tbe youth and vigor of tho party  has a share in its councils and the  guidance of its policy. Nowhere  probably in Canada can these matters  be more broadly and intelligently  discussed than they would be at a  Conservative convention in British  Columbia. This province has in the  past few years attracted to it inou of  light and leading from every part of  tho Dominion. Here east naei ts west  and the narrow, old-fashioned provincialisms of Quebec and Ontario sink  into significance before the broader  conceptions of the Conservative  National Policy, which out here is  materializing before our very eyes.  Few men possess tho magnificent gift  of political imagination which enabled  Sir John Mucdonald to foresee tbe  immense possibilities bound up in lhe  policy which he identified with Conservatism and for which bo labored so  steadfastly and so long. But a man  must be blind vvho cannot see them  working out in the great West of  Canada today. And it is in the West  where these results are so patent that  their future development is tho ABC  of politics, that Canada may look in  future for the men who will carry out  Sir John Macdonald's ideas to their  full completion. In the coming Conservative government the ideas of our  great {leader will once more; be the  keynote of the Conservative policy,  and the west will see to it that she  fnrnisbfrp representatives who will be  able to impress them upon the rank  and file of the party in the east. After  all the present fast waning Grit ascendancy is merely an episode in the  history of Conservatism, perhaps even  a stiicilyinevitable and  not at all   to  Try.  FOR  B. E. DREW,  GREKXGROCKR  FRUII  For Preserving fresh nnd gooel  Vegetables, Canned nnd Dried. Fruits.  Biscuits in great variety.  Garden Stuffs of nil kinds.  ORDERS TAKEN  FIU'l" DELIVERY  FIRST   STREET,   EAST  NOTICE  Revelstoke Water, Light ei  Power Company, Ltd.  Owing to tho supply ot water being scarce on  account of the hot weather, the use of the  hosa Is prohibited by the company during the  hent of the dny.  Tlio hose mnv be used early in the morning  or Into in tlio evening.  In the interests of the town the companv  wishes tn retain enough water iu the reservoir  for tire protection purposes.  (Sfgliod)   THE REVELSTOKE WATER, LIGHT  lOau __ l'OWER CO., LTD.  If we made it, its proper  We are giving  demonstrations daily in the art  of Correct Tailoring. Our customers are models of neatness  and fashion, and we take pride  in having them such. If. you  are particular, if your clothes  must be ���������' Just so "��������� then vve  want you for a customer. It is  our pleasure to please the man  of ' exacting taste. The man  hardest to please is the man vve  want. Won't you let us demonstrate vvith you.  Suits, $20 Up.  R. S. Wilson,  - The Kootenny Tailor,  Revelstoke Station.  Agent lor the  Blickensderfer  ��������� Typewriter  I3~El_A.Xi~Blia I_ST  Gents' Furnishing^  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy Articles, Patent Medicines, Etc*  "POST  OFFICE   8TOBE,   "Ei'E!'V'E!XiSa?0'K:"E3 ." _3- C  Keillor's   Dundee   Marmalade iii  ilb. Jars and 4 lb. and  71b. Tins.  Crosse & Blackwell's Jam.      Maconochie's Pickles.  Tetley's and Other Choice Teas.  A Well Selected Stock of Dried Fruits and Canned Goods.  Mother's  Mush, an Excellent  Preparation for Porridge,  Especially Adapted for Hot Weather.  A 1 Large and Small Cheese. Freshly Made Butter.  New Laid Eggs. Hay, Oats, BrSn, Chop, &c.  MISS  SORLEY.  Pupil of Mr. Wm. II. Sherwood, of New-  York and Chicago, and Jlr. Ernest Whyte  of Ottawa, will receive pupils for instruction in pianoforte playing and singing.  ������H~~~-SUulio at the residence of Mr. T.J.  Graham, McKenzie Ave. 51  THE STAR BARBER SH0P  Candies and  Confectionery.  ODDS  The easiest way to clear out leavings is to lump them, or get them  (ill together, slash the profits oil the  price and give your friends a  chance. That's what we are doing  now- in Chenille Curt-Ins, Muslin  Curtains, Tinsel Curtains, Chenille  Table .' ("overs, Japanese- Matting,  Riii?.., Union Carpets. Stair Carpels,  Window Blinds, Curt-in Poles anel  Trimmings, Wall Papers���������the leavings of a season's sales rounded up  to be riel of before invoicing, .lugust  l.~. Price positively e-uts no figure.  Don't mis*i this chance these few-  days.  R.  HOWSON   &  CO.,  McKenzie Ave.  be regretted episode at that.  Why Pay Rent.  When 7011 can own a home  of your o-w-n ?  If yon will save, wj, fi e to ten dollar*, p&r  month on our accumulative syFtom for a few  yearf, you will then Iwjin fl position to buy or  build a home of your own.  By ta_cinp shares In this company, persons of  moderate n_������*tin������ nro ennbled to participate tn  the profits enjojed by the company.  The savin*? nf money is lite the saving of  time, ff done at all. It must be done systematically.  Pufety i* a mo-U important f onsideratfon  when mnl: iim an Iiiv~-Mtm'.*nt. T'iiIh I * a perfect system of co-operative savings, and the  safest plan ever offered for nccun_olfltI:i������ small  holdings and loaning it lu mem ben on real  estate .-ecurlty.  Loans...  T-OanK are made on the feenrity of improved  real e.tate without delay, CO per cent, of the  appraH#������d cash value be in if advance*!.  Kxccss payment-* of principal may be made  with any monthly payment.  Tl.C. PERMANENT LOAN' it SAVINGS  CO 5f PA XV.  F. Bvkkb, Agent.  McKenzie Ave., Kevelstoke Station.        lOanlm  PUBLIC    NOTICE  Take notioe that a petition haft been filrtl  with the Registrar of the Supreme Court at  Victoria against the return of the election of  J. M. Kellie, member for the KevcHlokfi Riding  of West Kootenay Electoral District in tho  Provincial Legislature. The petitioner*** agent  is Mr. Arthur Philip Lnxton, who������.c address is  21 IIa.-.tion Street, Victoria, B. C.  .JOHN D. SHJKALD,  J3au2t Returning Offi.lcr.  C.   &   K.   STEAMERS  NOTICE  The steamer Illecillewaet will be withdrawn  from the Lardeau route for the present.  J. W. TKOUP, '  Supi.-riDtcndent C.'it K. Slcamcrs.  Cigars and  Tobaccos.  EST  t All kinds of Shaving Material  < Kept ill stock and for sale to the  (    Trade.   Trices right.  Bath Room in Connection,���������Hot or Cold.  Shop opposite ."���������    .     .    ,   .  Canada Brag __ Book Co.'s store.  A. H. SliINN,  PRePRiEteR.  HAVE YOUR  Bread  Delivered fresh every day anil don't roast  yourself over a burning .stove.  FRESH  roceries  A nice new line nt ���������xceedingly low prices  A. N. SZVHTH,,r?vei^TSy....  ���������    Undertaking and. Embalming  R. Hov/son & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Kurniture.  A FIRST CLASS  General Store  -_N-A-GOOD"IEISINO"  TOWN  Wrmisimm,  March  Right On  Oo from "tore to store, examine  the goods. th**n price them. After  you hav** l^en all around you'll  find ynn can buy the BEST and  CHEAPKST, in our line, from us.  w*c *������-II nothing but the very be.st  of the following:  Groceries  A fre-h and eornplete stoek at  out prir-n. a fholee line of dried  and ovuporHt'Ml fruits : canned  gti-n-.-t -,f pvery description; choice  dairy mid creamery butter ; eggs ;  flagrkiit i**tu* nnd coffee* ; the best  brands of Hour on the market;  fre-h fruit of nvery kind arrives  daily; vegetables.  Hats  N'o par! of man's attire detracts  from  or add<  to hip  pergonal np-  f'earunr-r-r-nc-iialf as much ay bis  TAT. it jw the finishing tou<*b to  the p*_rf'*ct man. Jf you want tiie  proper rhing in the hat line, straw.  stiff or fell, properly ritted to your  head, tail and *-*'������ as.  Shirts  Sati-ffti-t'iry shirts ; thal'a the;  kind nf -thlrts w������ f.U here. SiiIIf-  facte.ry In thnt the;y look well,wcar  welland (it well. Hold thelrce.Ieir  too. In pattern. that are tip to  'late and ..tylisli. without being too  lou.l, " VViirm " effects too. We  have them In colorings ten mi It all.  Shoes  ���������Shoe* bought nf us are lhodcrn,  pliable, stvlish and i/>w is yp.ic.e.  We carry MI thn latest novelties fn  HiroKf.���������Hhripps. fancy upper* nnd  nil that. I'ro-_i>cctor*s and others  should e-E,_ininc our shoe stock.  te_  Mlnrr!. and prospectors  outfitted on short notice.  Fallis Bros.  ffiiffiga_������ffl--ffiBB___-_i_  For Sale  The stock in trnele of a first class general  store for sale at a bargain. This store is the  only one in tlie town, and is the outfitting  store for n number of e-iiinns in lhc Fish Creek  country. The proprietor is obliged to go enst  and is therefore desirous lo sell.   .  Kor further particulars applv to  I. M. CITRON",  Thomson's Landing.  This is a good opportunity for a live, energetic roan.  Musical  Instruments  You are requested to look over my  pclectstock of    VIOLIN'S, GUITAK8    MA NDOLI N'S    IIOItXKIt'S MOUTH ORGAN'S   STHI XliS ami ACESSOKIfiS....  An fcjc.ellentstock at low prices.  Tobaccos, Cigars. Soft P.efreshlng Drinks,  Stationery, Novels, Japanese Curios, Ktc.  Chas. J. Aman  W. @. BiRNSV  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East. Revelstoke Station  Graining, Paper Hanging, Hard Wood Finishing, House Painting in all  Branches,  Carriage Painting, Glazing, Ac.  Light-  Transferring*  and Carting  ������I^-Tclophnne your orders to W.M. Lawrence  ann they will be promptly attended to.  Robert Fleming  FLY TIME  SCREEN DOORS  SCREEN WINDOWS  - Just what yon require te> keep your house cool aiul keep  out lhe flies. We can fit you out in anything in this line.  Steal wire mosquito netting from 15 cents per yard. Spring  hinges and door pulls for screen doors, 2s*i cents per set. Conl oil  stoves, single unci double burners. The' celebrated Blue Flume  oil stoves.     Prism liquid paints always on Hand.  W. ffl. LAWRENCE.  THE  HEADING ST6RE  We have just received a litrge consignment of Pewey's Celebrated  im  KID SL0VES  $1.00 run Paul  Every Pair Guaranteed;  .JAMES 'GILL2 & GO.,   ;  McKKN-tE AVE.IVK    -    -    -    lecVKLSTOKI- STj-TIO-?  t-   Hotel '  *&- FergUSon  "^- .1...II*.������������������u������������Mn������������>.������!������������.������������|3>������������������IM lEi.kiniiui.b. o.;  V|s     Fergnifion, B. C��������� The).Centre      J*  <?������jf of tho Lardeiiii Mines ib?  ������w^ .......11...I....I...E:u.-.!ls:r.jl."tl<l!t..n-n...11..,-HI.   *^'  ������w*   Best  Accommodat:on   |M  M} in the" Lardeau. ip  V^������..ii:.i:iiia.i.:t*Ei.������"i<i:jr<ii!.[.i*iH..iBM.iiMl3aMr j_|V,c'  t       Rates   S2.00   Per Day. ;%s  _sr -- i!fs  10*],       Dave   Ferguson,. Prop.       _&������-  BRICK !  The F. K. riper Co. have novv on hand  First Class lirick at right prices.  Intending builders  would do well to  call and examine.  Brick yard just north of tho Gun Club  grounds.  Mail orders promptly attended to.  Prices on application.  The F. E. Piper Co.,  Revelstoke, B. C.  Notice of Removal  The offlec of the Gold I'ielelH of H.C., the  Tangier and Waverlev .Mines Co. have been  removed to Albert Cuuron where all business  in connection with the above companies will  in future be transacted,  J. D. GRAHAM,  General Manager.  Ilcvel. loke, August 1st, 18M.  Sheriff's Sale.  By virtue of a writ of execution issusd ovit Qf  the Supreme Court of llritisli Columbia ob thq  nth dav of.I lily 181)8 in an action wherein To������  Imperial Hank of Canada were plaintiffs and  the Arrowhead Saw and Pinning Mills Com-'.  pany Limited were defendants in the sum oi  f-"*177.:tl and costs etc. and of a warrant of e*_*  edition issued out of the Comity Court of  ICoolenav at Itevelstoke ou thr Oth elay of July "  1...S, wherein the said Imperial Bunk of Canada  were plaintiffs and the Arrow heael Haw and  ^lulling Mill I.i mi lei! wezc defendants in the)  sum eif $-151.00 und costs etc., etc. I havo selzia  the property of the said defendants nauicel  below and shall sell the same bv public auction  on the 10th day of August, 1898, at 12 .o'eJofclc  noon nt thesalil Arrowhead Saw and Planing  Mills Company (Limiteei) near.Arrowhoad B. C.  or so much thereof as will satisfy the salel  judgment debts, costs, interest, Sheriff's fees  poundage, etc. unless the amounts are sooner  paiil. - "  (Sgil.) C. E.SIM-.  Deputy-Shcrrilt. -  Inventory refe-rred lo above!���������One mill build*  Tor s'avv-iulil with engine: lious-e, anil sush anil  door fae-tory attached. 1 drv kiln, 1 blacksmlta  shop and tools, anvil, forgc'mid bellovv.1 theffein  1 boarding house,.'! lodging lioiis_sb-imk houses,  _ frame two story buileling. occupied as resl*  deni'es, 1 horse stable, 7 work henvcR, harness  snd wagons, alsri all the niachinerv anel saw  mill iinel factory plant of cvery'kind and  description Iii-aiitl-aboiil.-tlic~Hiiid-rbnildingsr-~~"-  Incliidiiig '_ engines,'.! boilers,1 planer, 1 sticker  I ripsaw, 1 mortlser, 1 handsaw, 1 circularsai{*,'  1 sanding mni'hine, mitre machine, 1 lathe, 1  tenon, 1 shingle mill, 1 lith mill and bolter, 1  fan und heiiter, shafting belts and all tools  uscel in t'onnee'tiou with said saw and planing  mill and factory, 1 steam launch and row  boats.  POSTPONED  The  abovo sale  has   boon   postponcel   till  August 17th, at the same hour and place.  C. E. bii.iw.  Deputy Sheriff.  Itevelstoke, Aug. 10,1SS8.  For Sale.  1. Two residential lots on Third St., opposite 11. Samson's house, below the market price  for spot cash.  2. A 50 foot lot, fenced, and ono story dwelling, on Second St., close to Government House.  3. One lot in the business centre of McKenzie- .Ive., very cheaply for cosh. A snap either  for business purposes or Investment.  ���������I. Business lots on Campbell avenue in e_-  I'Cllent location.  fl. A corner lot on Front street, close to I'ost  Oflico, very cheap for. cash. This is another  snap.  Wc'can help vou to buv residental lots if  vou nieon to build on them. Ilouse properdin Itevelstoke IR a valuable possession right  now.   Call and mako inquiries.  A real bargain. >our roomed cottage In the  best residential quarter, near the Court House.  Excellent cellar, water laid on, interior plastered, wood shed, stands on _0_100 foot lot.  Terms: Part caRh, part monthly payments.  The biggest snap of all���������Carnes Creek Consolidated stock at ground floor prices.  aug 6 GROGAN eSt CO.  Buy Fruit  and Groceries  That are good. We probably  have the best stock in town.  Our fruit business has increased  to such proportions that we  have it arriving daily, thus be-  FROM ing fresh, and ne guarantee it's  quality. Our prices for quantities���������for canning purposes���������  arc positively the lowest ln the  Kootenay. ESt~ Mall orders  promptly filled.     .  Hutchison *& Co.  Notice.  Notice ts hereby given that two mouths after  date the Sunshine Limited, a company inror'"  poratcd under the English Companies .Vets anel  licensed to carry on business In the Province  of British Columbia, intends to apply to tho  Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission tn purchase 17.13 (seventeen and  i-MOO) acres of land situated in Kootenay District, commencing at a post marked "Initial  Post North West corne'r Sunshine Limited" aeljoining the cast side line uf the Huron Mineral  Claim (Trout Lake Mining Division) at a point  I'.Hi feet from the north cast corner of sucn  I'lnims, thence north Kt deg. east for 030 feet  thence south 3:1 deg. 119 min. east for 1401.2 feet  thence south -~*5 deg. 21 min. west for 458.8 feet,"  thence nnrlh 40 deg. ."0 min. west for 1851 feet,  containing 17.in acres more or less. -  SUNSHINE LIMITED,  Edgar a. Bennett.  General Manage*  July 26,1898.  Advertisement for Creditors.  In the estate of Thomas -Wallace, deceased:  Take notice that al) persons having claims  against the estate of Thomas Wallace, lato of  the town of llevelstoke, B. C, deceased, are  on or before the 20th day of August, 1898,  to send by post prepaid to the undersigned,  Solicitors for the Executor, A. E. Phipps, Esq.,  their Christian and surname, addresses anil  descriptions, tho full particulars of their  claim, a statement of their accounts and the  nature of the securities (if any) held by them.  Dated the 27th day of July A.D., 1898. .  White & Scott,  Bovctstoke, B.C.,  Solicitors for the Executor.  Application For Land.  Notice is hereby given that 60 days after dato  I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission ito purchase  320 acres, more .or less, of nnsuiveyed land,  part of which was formerly preempted hut now  abandoned by Archille Lcvesquc and situate  on Downie Creek, Big Bend district and described as follows: Commencing at a post at  N. E. corner of Ferguson's land, marked If. E.,  thence north SO chains, thence west 40 chains,  thence south SO chains, thence cast 40 chains,  containing 320 acres, more or less.  Geo. Laforme.  Revelstoke, B. C, .1 line 6,1898. daug9  Liquor License  Take notice, that I, the undersigned, intend  to apply 30 daya after date to the Stipendiary  Magistrate of the Revelstoke Riding of West.  Kootenay for a license to sell liquor by retail  at mv hotel, situate on the Waverley waggon  rood, ten miles north of Albert Canyon.  ROBERT PATTERSON.- '  K������Velstolcer August1st,, 1898.-  wmk

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