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 _��������� *  ���������   /. ',  ','r, V  1   /. /��������� I  /lA/y  "-���������<i  /  &  -ISSTTEID   TWICE-AtWBEE:- WEZD^ESIDJ^-X-S   ^_2sTD    SA-TTJ^TD^-STS-  Vol. III.    No.  51  REVELSTOKE, B. C.,, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1899.  $2���������00 a Year in Advance..  l9*������������*jKK*0i0WK*0*^^ GOLDFIELDS OF B  C. B.Hume  &Co.  Crockery  and  Glassware  A large consignment  ' just received and now  on view. This stock  comprises the latest and ,  best in every line and  our prices will be even  lower than  heretofore.  English  Crockery  A fine line is now on  the way, and judging'  from the samples jjaml  invoices our customers  can look forward to  something very nice in  "this line at'extremely  moderate prices.  -  GREAT DEPARTMENTAL STORE  What You Pay  for a thing is important but what you pet in return  for your money is ten times more important, ordinarily the best things cost a great deal more than poor things but a visit to our store  will show you that your money will buy the best for what other stores ask for poor  things. ,  G.  Never too Late in the Season ������SS"ST CSS  will witness lively selling here; every article in the store reduced and every article  is as advertised. A well arranged store filled with quality and mo.<t attractive goods  at popular prices; you are invited to visit at The Great Departmental Store.  Dinner  - Sets  We have  now on hand  a good selection of these  Dinner Sets.in the very-  latest designs  at  right   -  prices.     -   . -      ��������� *  The Ladies'  Clothing Store.  50 Stylish Shirt Waists, comprising  American percales, zephyrs.ginghums.  These waists und like value have been  selling for $1.00 to $1.23. We have  tl.em in ull sizes, this sale 50c  75   St.vlish   Shirt  AVaists, comprising  stripped   picnics,   also   fancy   muslins  iind fancy Horul patterns,   have   been ���������  selling for   $1.25  to   $2.00.    We hiive  them in all sizes, this sale 7oc  10 dozen Ladies' Ribbed Swiss Cotton  Vi8ls. no sleeves,   regular   value.   20c,  this sale, 2 for....- 25c  3 dozen Ladies' Drawers of fine cotton  '  und cambric, lace embroidery  and   insertion,trimmed, regular 75cand $1.00  fur ^  25 Ladies' Night Gowns of iine cambric, lace embroidery, Empire and  Mother Hubbard- styles, prices range  from $1.40 tu $1.75, this sale $1.00  ,^______.._____.���������������������������m.  Tea^SBiis  '  Some very pretty patterns.       N  ToiletSets  'A nice lot at lowest prices.  Water Sets  o  Unique patterns.  Glassware  Our rr-ngeof Glaniwarc Is unexcelled In designs and quality, and onr prices defy competition. .   ,  CALL AND SEE OUR  STOCK.  CB.HUME&CO.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merchants.  c-  ftevelstcke,  B.C  The Notion  Store.  *  -The" Magic-   Skirt, Supporter."   Wis  ��������� cannot begin to eniimernle ,lhe  many  advantages of this supporter.* but  wu*'  offer you. regular 25c, this sale .10c  Jet Trimming in blue and gold, brown  and gold;- emerald and gold.-legular  value 35c per yard, your choice and  quantity tor, per yd. -*-. . .20c  .Tinsel Braids in gold, regular 25c-  per  .-.-yard, suuciiil.t his sale', 2 yards tor. yZn-.  10   dozen   Ladi".-' ..Leather,   Hells   iii  ��������� green, white.-smoke und   black,   regular vubie 75c, your choice this sale..',50c.  The Liiieh Store.  One-hiilf Bleached Table Cloths, size  10x4. 2Ax2\. Austrian Damask Table  Clollis*,"w.irriiiited all pure linen; tliere  are 10 onlv. These clrths arc. our  regular $1.'5() nnd to clear this sale. .SJOc  5 dozen Bleached Table Napkins/?  size, our regular price $2.75 do-/.:: will  clear this sale at, doz  .' $2.00  Size 22x40. Bro. Linen Bath' Towels  wilh red and white striped eentie and  fringed ends. This towel is of English  manufacture and   guaranteed   to   re-  .  tain its- roughness,  regular price 75c.  . per pair, sale price, pair ���������- 50c  The Curtain and  Window Shade  Store���������____���������___.  50 pairs High Grade Swiss Luce Curtains iri-whiteand ecru,46 inches wide.  3 and 34 yards long, the newest designs ot the season, very special value  ai $2.00,   on   sale   Monday    only   at  n pair ���������- $1.25  50 pairs Snperior Nottingham Lace-  Curtains, designs are new and have,  not been shown anywhere,'our regular  price $1.25 pair,  Monday, special..75c  150 yards Coin Spot Muslin. 36 inches  wide, special for this sale, yd 25c  25 Window Shades, cream and green,  3x0, trimmed with luce, 'mounted in  Hartshorn spring rollers, regular 00c  and $1.00, special value 50c  25 Curtain Poles in oak or cherry finish, Ux5, regular 75c. complete "with  nails and pins, special.'. 50c  ���������%  The Dress  Goods Store.  The Glove and ;  Hosiery Store. \  ��������� Ladies' Kid Gloves., the Cloze, puteiit  . .thumb glove, the perfection of fit, ele-  '/' gaiire.  and   cninfoi-t. .sizes 5J tO'7������ in  ���������   bliu-k   and   grey,   2 dome, fasteners; 3  strand embroiderv. regular $1.75 .pair.  This sale ...'..*..*.'. '. .$1.25  -Ladies'   Silk    Taffeta'/. Gauntlets,   in  * black onlv, regular" 50c,-  until   Saturday'" pair : .-*-...*. ;���������.������������������������������������'��������� --^c  'Ladies'   Cashmere ��������� liose." double heel  and toe. full fashioned,   fast "dye,  full  range   of  sizes,   our ��������� legular 50c-line,  '  from "now until Saturday, pair 35c.  The Wash Goods  Store.���������  _nnp>  1000 yards Fancy Blouse Goods, woven  grounds of white- with hair line .stripes  of pink, - bine, etc' Splendid wash  goods, regular 25c, for .balance of this  week onlv... _ lSc  o   . -* _ -  750 yards Knglish and American Prints  nnd'Percales. good blouse and wrapper  styles, regular 15c goods, this sale I2ic  Table of Fancy Wash-Goods,  all  new  this   season���������piques,   organdies   and  novelty muslin.-, regular 25c. this  sale : 18c  150 yards Fancy Dress Good-*  neat checks, 'nil   this   season's  in small  colors,  and sold at 35r, this sale .'.. 20c  100 yards Fiench Funcv Dress Good in  - plaids..all new this season und  frtilil at,_  40c. this sale only .*"..". 2.">e  200 yards Black unci Colored. Dress  Goods, consisting of poplins and fancy  blacks, our price is from 50 to 00e. this  sale .��������� -'��������� -35c  The China and  Glassware  Store.���������������������������*  1 Dinner Sett consisting of 00 pieepp of  blue nnd gold, our regular pi ice $25.00  Thursday only $18.00  1 Tea Sett, blue iind white, our regular price $8.50, Monday only S4.75  25 dozen Glass Tumblers, our regular  price.' $1.40 doz. Monday; only.. .���������.00c.  Glass Sl-tts of 4 pieces. _ cream pitcher,  sugar bowl, butter dish and spoon  holder, regular $3.50, this sale $2.75  The Millinery  andRibbonStore  50 only, Ladies' and Misses' Sailors in  navy.'hrown. green, cardinal, also in  mottled straw effects, in ull the newest  shades and shapes, reguhir $1.00 and  -$l".25rthis"sule only.'....'.: 75c-  200 yards Silk and Satin Ribbon from  1 to" 2 inches wide, bur regular 15c and  20c. this sale: only,   yd 10c  Small Bedroom   Lamp  complete, this sale....  w ith  bundles   35c  Hardware Dept.  .. ABOUT  REFRIGERATORS ..  No Housekeeper should do without a good  Refrigerator and nt our prices it is possible  for everv household lo be Bupplicd. We  recommend THEMOI'EI.. Its record shows It"  to be the licit in the market. It is air tight  and is easily- kept clean. "It lias a perfect  circulation ol air and saves much in the uso  ol Ice.   Our prices range lrom $13 to fJ6  . EVERY GOOP THING  PERTAININC. TO ICE  CKEAM KKEEZEKS IS USED IN' TIIE  White Mountain Freezer  IT EXCELS ALL OTHERS  Price���������'2qt *- 5������  Sqt S00  -Iql 3fl(l  (i qt  i ������n  "       10 qt 70l>  The Grocery  Store,  Pure Extracted Honey.  Keill-i-'s Preserved Ginger.  Keiller's MiiTtimlade.  Cro-s iu Blackwell .lams.  Pure'Maple Syrup in Tins.  Chicken Taniiile.-  Heinz's Baked Beans with Tomato  Sauce in small tins.  The Local Directors in British Columbia  Have Resigned.  The ordinarv general meeting of the  Goldlields of British Columbia. (Ltd),  was held June 11th at Winchester  House, Old Broad Street, the Earl of  Essex (-the chairman' of the company)  presiding. .  Tbe chairman. in> the course  of his  speech,  said:���������L think  an  apology  is  due from the directors for the-delay in  holding   this   general  meeting.     The  delay has  been solely ciiiised  by  tho  great difficulty we have hud in getting  anything like satisfactory,  or any reports or accounts from the other side.  I hope, now things have been put. on a  better   footing,   that   in   future   that  delay will not occur.     I" much  regret  that the report is  not us  favorable, us  von   had   a   right   to   expect.    1  urn  pleased to be able tn inform  you  that  Mr. Perry Leake, who i.s now our local  iimu.-igei',   has   great   hopes   that  wo  may have ii valuable possession in tlie  claim known as the Poodle Dog.     We  have instructed  him  to continue  the  work, wliich  he suggested  should  be  done, nnd at the same time to practice  rigid economy     With  regard  to  the  Thurlow townsite I  urn sorry  to say  that thu   manager   appointed   turned  out to   he   worse   than   useless. ��������� Mr.  Perrv Leake has taken his place.' iind  there is no doubt in his mind that this  propertv should  be-made  to   pay  its  way we'll.    The hotel has  been  let  ...., ,  -   to  advantage; he is proceeding with  tlie  sale of the land and he bus  purchased  a steam launch with which to open up  the trido of the country..    I  have no  wish to take too gloomy a view of our  future   prospects,    but.   profiting   by  experience, I think  it wise, to  follow  that well known saying,   "blessed- are  those that expect   nul bine:-   for they  shall never be disappointed."     It is to  tlie Waverley and Tangier mines  that  the parent company looks for support  iind I sincerely hope and trust we shall  not look to them in vain.    A good deal  of work has been done on   those  prop-  en ies,   with,   in   a   nuinber of  fuses,  satisfa.itory     results.       Nothing,     of  course-,     can     be   done    without, tbe  sanction   of   the shareholders of the  Wuverley and Tangier companies, but  we have had under discussion a scheme  of amalgamation  of these  two  companies.     We are deferi ing the further  discussion   of   the    scheme  until  the  return   of  Mr.   Vnrdeti.   of    Messrs.  Bainbridge. Seymour   &   Co..   win is  now out in that country, and will visit  our mines.    We consider thut one of  the great udv.mtages of the proposed  aiiialgiiirjatiim   would     be   that  both  proper! ies could  be  worked  together  more,,   eioiioiuically  than  ut  present,  u'tid   that   tho- concentrator,   which is  now   at.   Albert    Canyon,   could  be  erected, for the. mutual 'benefit of bulb  companies.   If this scheme  is earned  through we shall have iii  onr   posses-  sioiisix. more   claims   in   t be . Alhej t.  Ciihynn and  Downie creek ..-mi ip, on  which no  work   lias   yet, been   done.  With regard to the advisory  board in  Briti.-lt'tJnlui/ibi.i, we did not, think it  necessary to. inciii' a continuation  of  thut, expense-,',so thut we informed the  gentlemen' forming  the  board of the  fact, with the re.-ult that, they  voluntarily sent in their resigna I ions.  In"th������ course of a disc u'-sion Mr.  Cope wished that for tin; future llie  eoinpiiny should not be mismanaged  as it, hax'l been in tlie past. He though!  one of. the directors might have gone  to British Columbia.  The chairman explained that' Col.  Anstey was onl. there for two months.  Mr. "Mclntyre wanted to know what  the company received from the Waverley Company for the propertv, and  in what. form. In the same way, what  h.ul they got from the Tangier Company.. which, wus brought out some  time ago? lie proposed that, a commiltee should he appointed to confer  with the board tn get all the necessary  information with regard to the balance  sheet and to report, to u future meeting  of the shareholders,    (lle.ir, hear).  Mr.  Grant. .Govan   (bite   managing  director) said tlmt  Mr.  Sherlock  was  appointed; the manager of. the town-  site, as the onlv man who knew tbe  ins and outs of it; while the accountant wus recommended by a London  auditor. If the board, then, hud not  got good : accounts from those two  gentlemen," they ought, to. The  company was temporarily oo tl.e  rocks: but when they got rid of the  200.000 or300,000 vendors' shares, which  hud been paid for nothinir. ir, could be  Honied again. He would advise a  polit-v of conciliation, and they would  then'make a. success of this and the  subsidiary companies'.  Tbe chairman said that the hon id  invited a committee to rotifer wilh  them. Thev bud absolutely nothing  to hide, biit'hiid done their best all the  wav through. The directors h.id  worked bard, and hud taken no fees  for some time.  Mr. Grunt.-Govan added lliab when  be inniiiiged the company he intended  to hold the. meeting last August when  he would have shown u balance-sheet  with n piotir of ������100.000 on the market  pi ice of the shares. Speaking from  nieiuorv, lie supposed be had 0.000  vendors' share.-. He was quite willing  to give Iheni up and only lo retain  those he. had actually paid for.  Tlie chairman chen put. the amendment for the. appointment of a committee, which was agreed to.  On the motion of Mr. John Grant.  the Earl of Essex and Col. Anstey  were re-elected directors.  Mr. Gruiit-Govaii remarked that the  mover of the last resolution was the  holder of 110,000 vendors' shares, and  as lonn as he retained that large holding there would be no solution to the  compunv's difficulties.  Mr. John Grant retorted thi������t. if he  held that number of shares he had  iven ' value, for lliein. while Mr.  Graiit-Govaii had not given much for  his. Hu would be prepared lo do  everything in his power to assist the  I'oiiipanv.  Messrs. Cope, R-twlings und Mclntyre were appoint ed the members  of the committee of cntisultntion. and  the meeting stood adjourned to a date  to be llxeil by the committee.���������Colonial Goldfields Gazette.  LOYAL  0RANCE_ ASSOCIATION *  Preparations for the Glorious Twelfth of  July .      '   '  Tlie Ivumloops L. O. L. have decided ;_,  not to attend  the 12th  of   July   cele-  ���������  brution heie in a bodv as they'seem to' ..  imagine the rate granted by tbe C. P.  K. is not low enough, though it is only .  two cents a mile.     However li-niimber  of the  more enthusiastic   and  liberal  Orangemen have signified tlieir attention of i-ominc  Some of thu Ashcroft Orangemen  will lie here as well and tliey are  biinging with them a foot runner.  The local committeemen have decided to get up a short and good "pro.  gramme of .sports to take up about,  lluee houi-s'-m the afternoon of the '  Twelfth. Tliey will be held on Second  stieet in front of Tapping's opei.i  liuu-e. The programme will be arranged at once.  The Ladies' Aid Societies of the  Methodist .md Presbyterian churches  will sei ve dinner nod supper ut'-Tapping's opera bouse to which everyone  is heartily invited.  After dinner addresses will be delivered bv Rev. S. J. Thompson, Hev..  Thos. Me'nzies. Rev. J. B. Powell, of '  Enderby. B. C. and Rev. Mr. Pollock.-  The spoi ts will begin at about 2:30  p.m. One or two foot races, one or  two good short bicycle races, obstacle  laces and a few novel evunt.  will be on the boards. An illuminated  bicycle p.uade is being arranged forthe evening. ���������  Ths  Revelstoke Rifle Co.  Rifles were issued to the Revelstoke  Company of British Coluinbi i Rifles at  Wednesday's drill- and Lieut. Upper  started putting tlie men thiough tho  manual. Onethingis too noticeable and  that is tulking and joshing in the  ranks. ' The company, may drill eveiy  night in tlie week, but unless; Lieut.  Upper takes a seat.on two or thiee  irrepressible Smart Alecks in the  company it will never become a  soldier like looking corps. A good  proportion of the company, is getting  pretty .'.well up in drill and thu formation of "u recruit squad might be  advisable for some of those who have  not yet succeeded iu cutcliing on.? But  apiit't from this it c-iiuiot, be too  strongly impressed on"*'ihe men that  steadiness and silence in* the ranks is  tlie first essential of a .mart company,  and that if a man is only turning oul  to play the fool he had better stop at  home," where lie can monkey without  putting on Her Majesty's uniform to  do it in'.. - -   *,  Making a Mine  The making   of a  mine lies  in  the-  judicioiis, economical, correct development of u prospect.   '.It  is  work  thut-  costs money; work.th.it cannot  piop-  erly be done hy other than an- experienced person; "work lhat takes ii lot of  time to accomplish.     Il i������.  especially,  work that is most trying to the stork--  holdei, and p.irticuluily so if he be not-  convetsiint with mining.'��������� The average  buver of stocks expects comparatively  quick,   and    certainly    large  returns,  when nothing would warrant .-niy such.  a-*siimption.The payment of dividends  ought lo be one.ol lhe last, things con- ..  templ.ited when.opening u  mine,   be-"  cause there are nuiiieious other things  more important,���������nioie  important  because by their doing this theieywill be  more   re.'iionable  expectancy   of con- '  tinnous divi'dend.-. - It is not the'meie  matter   of   reuchiug. the   ore -iii' the  ctosoi ut; but to.be propel ly developed  the property should have  most thorough and complete/exploitation,   and,  so  long   ns    the - ii'iiiiiugeinent .of  .n  property is so-conducting operation!?,." '  the stockholdeis may i est assui e:l that*;  their   veiv   best   inteiests   ate  being  kept in fiist  place.',    A  mine  may  be.  ruined   by     poor   inninigement. '.The'  better way to avoid such disaster is to  employ ."an. expert; operator. ' who.  while   .-chillingly' spending'* n   lot of  money,  will   .ictu.illy, be .working to  ultimate perfect economy.' ''  The Lardeau Railroad  Chris O'Uonnell. purchasing agent  for G. A. Carlson & Co.. the railway  contractors, came in yesterday from  Argenta. He reports that the cle.n ing  of the Ku-lo L.udo-Dtineaii right-of-  way bus been practically completed  from Argenta to the Canyon bejond  Duncan City. The f-instruction i-ainp  is situated "above, the canyon and a  fence of 125 men are ac work grading  the line both above and below the  eanvon. This force will he ineteased  to S00 men about the first of ne\t  mouth. G. A. C.iil-on "has th_ contract for constructing the fir-t 10  miles of road above Argenta.���������Nelson  Tribune.  "   The Millionaire.  Tho c.isp of giving worthless phpcki  against  H. S." Kiug was taken, up  foi-"  preliminary   hearing     before.   Police  Magistr.iteH.iig at thc  police  station  on Wednesdav'morning and remanded_<  for   eight    days     to    obtain   further-",  evidence.     The acruse'd spent Monday^  at Si.   Leon   Hot   Spring-   and   while  there piesented M. Grady in exchange,-  for $40 with a copy "of his signature" on'  onu of tlie s'ume cl.u-s ot securities  on  the Mnntieal In .inch  of the  Imperial'  banks as aie held by the cdmpbiinaiit-s  in   town.    He  also 'issued   oth'ers at  Ferguson\*ind   Trout  Lake   City and  one   lo. J. J.   Foley   at'-.. Ariowhe>id.  which heiedeemed on'his, way  hack.  He was just boarding the steamer at  Halcyon to go south,  having  reached  tliat. plare the evening before from St.  Leon,   when   inteicepted   by   -Const.  McRie and invited to return to'Revelstoke witli hiin.     He submitted  witli  .   good   giace.   uppaiently   iecogiiizing  '] that the game was up.  I  Of Groceries have apparently  dropped out of fashion ....  The Original Price List  Still Exists  however, and cun be'obtained on application to  fhe ������onsumers^ Wholesale ftupply   $tore  ������SX_������������������_>S)������s^^  By consulting this list, housekeepers! We curry u complete stock or-  ^.wwwwwww 7_.4__<MW.r������c*r.rgrtr^  .... ] j  will see whether they   are   paying too i  much for their supplies,   so it is worth  while having this list in thc house-ns  it will  SAVE MONEY  FOR YOU. |  Send   us   your address  and we   will���������  ("ft  mail you a copy of this list, which "will,������  show you what the best of goods are ������  honestly worth. %  STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,  TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, DRIED  FRUITS, FLOUR AND FEED,  MINERS' AND PROSPECTORS'  SUPPLIES," CHOICE CREAMERY  BUTTER, CHEESE, FRESH  EGGS.  Special quotations given on large  quantities. ��������� Estimates furnished  promptly. Special attention given  to large orders for the entire supplies for hotels, boarding houses,  camps and mines. '  )>p  ',&!  %  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  THEE. APPLiETON C0MFANYj  REVELSTOKE, B. C  uU\  *'.<���������: i  .u-!  ���������?'r\  -    "A"  ���������������*'  SUH  i       'V  -���������-.jf Revelstoke  Herald  Ptt-MlHiHl ta tatercots o  __t^m_������,   lardran. Bl������ Brad. Treat I*ke  BIMUawaat, Albert OaaroB, Jordan  Paw an* _E_gle _*_������������������ Dutriota.  JO-HOOK.  . P_oprl������tor  A *������_l-W*-klT Jenraal. published ln tho  iatanata at R*>M_to_a aa* i_ta turrooadlsg  aaDiet.Wad_aa.ara aad eaturdaj������, making  ilnaaal wanoUwu vim. all traiat.  llTKtklai blM: Uipt; ada, Jl.fiO per  f_4aa_l_������fc.VlM.������tr_iMi wtaaBlnarfrudou title  u������p. Lacal to*, lio p������r ta*Dp*i������ll) Una for  ���������Mt laaarHua;- la ter ���������*<_) addition-! iuaarUoo.  Raa4t_c ___!������_, lte par line efieh laaue. _H~U_  ���������_������m_e������i_-4 IMatk avlioae, (rae. ��������� _  ���������s-asrlythw Raue: _������ mall or carrier. $9.00  par a������a___,; JU������* tor Biz month*, 11110117 In  THE  YUKON  ROYALTY  Commissioner  Ogilvie   Talks  Subject  on   the  w jaa De������artmapt: Ire Herald Job  Q*p*t4oM_t ia aoe et the boat equipped  pHatfci{ afleaa ln _. ������ai Kootenar, and lt.pre-  pared w axaenM all kinds ot printinR In nrxt  $M_ ajyle at koaaal prieei. One price 10 all.  Bs J������k 100 Una���������eoce too email���������for ub. ,Mall  art em prapu? atiaadad to. Olro na a' trial  an jtmr aest aider.  - Te Oarraapoadente: Wi lm , osrrmpond-  aaaa aa any ������ otvjeo* of lnturMt '/> the general  pvUie, aad' datlre a reliabli regnlhr oorrae-  MBdaat t_ every local]' iurroi__idl_g  ������������������Telaoeke. laalloaaea the bona'Ada hum  ���������*.th* .writer anei accompany inasoairlpt, bat  r ae nanaeearlly for publication.  a*(iw all oarn7_B_io_tlo_������  REVCLSTOKK HERALD  LOTS OP TROUBLE  Dntch   Members   of   OapoyAsserably  Petltion Against M>'~cr.  London, Juno 26.���������Word hns just  boon received, hero that nn address  petitioning the Queen to recall Sir  Alfred Milner from the post, of Elritl'h  high commissioner for South Africa  has been forwarded by tiie Dutch  members of tho Capo piirllament. This  thoy   alone   can   amend   petition Is a now phase of troublo ln  Jf the publlsned utter- | south Africa.  HITIH TB CORRESPONDENTS-  1. All . it^������ndanea molt be legibly  anrittanen   a   >ida o( the paper onlj.  8.Oerreape Jdeaee coutalnine pereonal  ���������>attar_ku* be aixnad with U-i pr per name  ef fee wiiut. .  t. Cen eeao_dee.ee . with rafareaee to any  tfci-K that has appeared In another paper  ���������rest ftrtt be eflbrea for pablioattcn to wat  aer hafare (toaa apaear ib _*__��������� Haa-itD  A   SCURVY   TRICK  The Independent portion of the western press, yea, ;and a portion      not  tiBoally Independent, are     righteously  Indignant at the? base betrayal of Dr.  Douglas'by Messrs! Sifton, Roche and  Boyd.     -The billimay not have been  *U< that could be wished, but it was in  the-: Interests  ot  the ?west and  could  have  been   amended       in   committee.  With  all  the western  representatives  combining they had a majority in the  committee and could have carried tho  hill   through   committee  without"'' any  difficulty;,    The present eondition goes  to show that the government aro under  the thumb of thoj'combinesters     and  monopolists and should rouse     every  patriotic;;, Canadian '-to--a sense of "his  duty at; the next electlon.-r-Qii'Appello  Progress.'. ;..  REDUCTION  POLICE  .���������'������������������ In." the houso of commons on Friday  last a"most important admission was  made by Sir. Wilfrid1 Laurier-ln'regard  to tiio';voto'' of $50,000 "for extra  mounted -police. The premier . admitted thfit government had triod' to  reduce,, the force too quickly three  yejirrf: ago. . The forco was thonV7B0  Ptrong,,n.nd he tried to reduce It to  S00 men. .- This, was found impossible.  They- had" now f.50 men, but would  draft i>0 for the Yukon presently, thus  reducing tho polico .to'their . normal  force. The extra forco was' required  for the patrol on tho Crow's Nest pass  and patrolling the far north arid  Peace river. Settlers complained  that were not enongh men to guai*d  .against prairie1flres and cattle thieves.  Tho" morale of the force had not suffered by Yukon drafts, but-It was intended Jo establish' a.military school, at  Reginaand keep moro men there.'  This is only'another instance-'of the  Liberals having found out tfi'at tho  policy ot the' Conservative, waa the  right''one." "It'also proves' -.again  which party has had the true interests  of the West at heart. .But unfortun-  77 ately this move has bfien taken /rather  late. ;Tho - country has had to pay  dearly for the government's niggardly  policy in reducing the police. ' Never  ��������� have the losses to ranchers'.���������?:���������. through  the depredations of' : cattle '. stealers  from the States been so ��������� great, and  worse than that. It is to be feared that  the Indians have not.as much respect  '" for the red coats as formerly, they,  too. having observed how few they  were? It is probable-that it will be  years before, any ? government ? can  "make any reduction in the force'with-  nnt ?erio"u(ilyv,lmpairing law and order  ln the Territories.  -        DREYFUS' RETURR  The Dreyfus affair has now nearly  reached the drop of thee urtain in' th*  last act-'- The Martyr of the -Nineteenth ? Century, as? Zola dramatically  named him,- has now reaohed the  shores of France and will shortly apt-far before-a .court martial, this  time doubtless to be proclaimed in-  _iiocent.;- \Dat_ is if the French army  _^s-afr-can_be_indoced-to-face"-the-re--  snilts of. its misdeeds^ and remedy in.  be zar as it can the cowardly deception it has practiced. ,  But France has lost, much in the  last - three years . Her prestige pmong'the nations has declined.  The sorry spectacle of a -nation apparently insane;;, protecting its  army against every imputation of, corruption although.the rottenness-of its  pystem is apparent to all, a nation  reviving an.the hatred of the .medieval -.ages against the Jewish race,  leaving itself a prey to anarchy and  misrule, is snch as has never been  seen"���������in Europe before. Had there  been a. man 'among'the pretenders to  the French throne there Is little doubt  but that the republic would have been  overturown. Asvit Is It still goes on  but toueriugly vand its life in danger, and It has all been caused ly  the twnt e_cing of a captain of nr-  tlll'iryv to transportation for life,  but truly France is a peculiar land.  At prevent ...France U upparently  eooi,v?bnt* it-'may be only-on the  surface,, undeencath . the lava-cnist  may be boiling' a fire which will  -weep away tli" striiwo of army  and ry government, giving relief to , tho tas: burdened peasant and  laborer. The court ''.martial, In ' the  face of, popular opinion nov.* turning  slowly to the right side, cannot refuse to do ju.otlte.' If It. should-it .13  hard   to-, say   what* ..".-'.i.-?   will   result.  Commissioner Ogilive on being asked, "What is to bo done with the  royalty; win lt be inodllled or done  away with?" said:  "uniy ��������� Sifton and tho ooweiH nt  Ottawa can  answer that.   Tbey Uxod  the   royalty;  or remove  ic  ances of Mr. Sifton can be taken, I  believe the royalty will be left to  remain us It Is. I have no direct or  otnclal advices on ��������� the matter. However, l may add that I never advised  Dlaclnu. the royalty, und I do not K-  llevc tbat my reports have beon rc-  spoiisiole for It . ��������� I have reported a  great ���������..ih in the country, and stated the facts upon which I based my  faith, and that faith I still have. By  order In council of July 28, 1S97, tbe  regulations which previous to that  time exacted  11  royalty of  __!  per cent  I wus amended,  making the  royalty  10  to  20 per cent,  according  to  the  product   of   the  mine,   as  Is  well   known.  Had   my   reports   been   in    uny   way  ro-Pon-iuic  for this,  thn  change  must  have been'ninde long before.   Tbe last  reports  whicli   I sent to Ottawa from  this   region   previous   to   my   arrival  here In person, wore despatched about  the   middle  of  January,   1807.      I  had  been -reporting' from  time  to-time, as  opportunity  offered,   from   curly       in  November   of    tin:   previous   year.   In  these   reports    I   stated   the   facts   ua  known   to   inc.   occasionally   referring  10 exceptionally  rich  pans,  bul In no  way   conveying   the   Idea   that   these  Indicated  the  value  of  the   ground  as  11.   whole.   I   predicted   that   the   total  output of for the  year 1897 would'bo  above $u,000,000.   The  greatest amount  of gold ever stated by me to be contained   in   one   claim   was   $1,000,000.  Ir. one instance I made a computation  from   data,   furnished   me   by   miners,  that   No.   21   above ' Bonanza . would,  If the data were reliable  and  the observed   prospects   continuous,  'furnish  nearly   ?4.000,000   at   the   then   current  rate of $17 per Ounce,  but   I. qualilied  that   statement   by saying   that   one  fourth of that amount would be .-enormous.  As a matter of fact: I ''..ascertained-nol only as. the .'result of my .'own  observations, but: those of men upon  whom I-can rely, thnt Bonanza from  60 below to 60 above will he good  for $110,000,000, unci that Eldorado will  produce tbe sumesum, and that the  whole district ln- the vicinity of Dawson will probably yield .$100,000,000.' T  do not believe nny of thes-j statements are exaggerations."  VATICAN TRIUMPMANT  Clerlciil  1  arty  Swoops  Home-  Civic Elections.  at  the  Home. Juno 2G.���������For tho first time  since 1870 the Vatican party has obtained a majority at Rome In the  municipal elections, and lho fronts of  the churches are all fantastically, il-  umlnatcd because of success.  WEST  INDIAN  DELEGATES  To  Confer  ��������� With  the  Government.  Ottawa.  at  Kingston, Jamaica, June " 26.���������Tho  secretary of stato for the colonies, Mr.  Chamberlain, bas directed tho governor of Jamaica, Sir Augustus ��������� Hemming, to instruct the. ��������� reciprocity delegates to proceed Immediately from  Washington to Ottawa for tho purpose  of conferring with the Dominion authorities on the whole project of  Jamaica's future '.-relations with  Canada.  DREYFUS niiCEPTION  It Is Feared He May Bo Assaasinated  by Enemies.  London, June 25.���������Tho correspondent  of tho Dally'Mall  at     Rennes,  describing tho excitement In     the town  and fruitless efforts of tho newspaper  men  to obtain      Information      says:  "Everything Is shrouded   in mystery.  The  coll   for Dreyfus la  comfortably  furnished, In the     usual   . Htylo     of  officers'  quarters.      It has two  windows,   ono  of  them  overlooking  tho  street.      Ho will      lio treated      with  every consideration, and  all  tho formalities duo his rank as a captain of  artillery will      bo scrupulously     observed.  . "Madamo Dreyfus has     not arrived  but everybody oxprcsaes the   greatest  sympathy with hor.     M.  Basch',  tho  Jowlsh gentleman' who' has placed his  Iioubo at hor disposal, is terrified at  the rancour of the antl-Dreyfusites. I  had the greatest difficulty to persuade,  him to speak.     Ho says his house Is  watched day  and night and  that ho  and   his   wife  havo been   insulted  bo  that ho has had to challenge   a local  editor to flght-a duel.     'I'ho     editor,  however, prefers to make an apology.  "M.      Basch'K     apprehensions    axe  mainly for Captain Dreyfus,, aa ho believes   that  members  of  the   Patriot  League will attempt to assassinate him  He snys the procurator general     lias  gono on 11  mysterious mission  today  which M. Hasch believes to mean tho  arrival of Dreyfus.     Several members  of the leaguo are already bore, and M.  Drumont,  editor.of La. Libre  Parole,  Is expected tonight."  1690  1899  ORANGE  CELEBRATION  IN THE CITY OP REVELSTOKE   .  WEDNESDAY, JULY  12  Tinder the auspices of the. L. 0.  L., No.  1658,   in  conjunction with  the Ksimloops and Salmon Arm Associations  IMPERIAL   BANK  ^OF CANADA  Head Office, Torom.o  Paid Up Capital $2,000,(100  ���������-.-������������������    ���������   1.300,060  GRAND PARADE  GOOD PBOaRAMME  KHALIFA  DEFEATED  Fol-  Cheap Excursion Bates From   Points Between  Ashcrofo and Revelstoke.  .$7.05  . 5.20  ,. 2,55  Fled to the Woods With a Few  lowcrB���������His Capture  Imminent.  Cairo, Egypt, June 23.���������Tt is announced that the Khalifa has been  defeated with heavy loss, by natives,  friendly to Uritish. It is added that  ho has fled to the' woods with a, few  followers and that his capture y is  imminent.  VEXATIOUS   DELAYS  The  liovernnieut  Own  is   Obstructing  Business  Its  LAURIER TESTIMONIAL  in  the  Round  trip from Aehcrol't to Revelatokc   '���������       "       "'    Kmnloops to       "           '."       "     ���������'".     Salmon Arm to Rovolstoke   Revelstoke City band in nttondaii*'1. Dinner and Ti-a will be served  on ������he arotmds by the Ladies' Aid of the Methodist and Presbyterian  Churches.    Everybody is invited.    ~*  Programme lntor.  EASTERN IGNORANCE  Lord Strathcona Sends in a Check for  thc Sum of ?10,000.  ?Montreal, June 23.���������L. O. David, who  has active charge Of the movement for  the presentation of a $100,000 testimonial''to Premier Laurier has received a letter from Lord Strathcotm, inclosing a7 cheque for $10,000 to the  fund, offering double the? amount if  necessary. It has heen decided to  present the premier with $25,000 at  once, and to invest the balance of  $75,000 in good securities, so it may  bring him steady income.  /.ii Eastern Paper Gives a Oood Paragraph to I te Renders.  * Thc following paragraph culled  from tho Montreal Daily WitnesB  fully bears out tho^ editorial in another column:  A Manitoba.'By-Election:  Winnipeg.     June     19.���������Messrs.    D.  Rrett, Conservative, and A. L. Sifton,  Liberal, were nominated on Saturday  MORE   ABOUT "MARTIN  for tho vacant, seat     in     Clgary.  spirited fight Is anticipated.  ���������MARTIN   TURNED   DOWN  A  His  His   Supporters   Arc     Tired    of.  C" Foolish   Caper*  Vancouver, June 21.���������The Vancouver executive, chosen by three-fourths  of tbe people of Vancouver to work  for the election of Joe Martin. Mr.  Carter and F. C. Cotton, informed a  Telegram correspondent through :i  member tbat they would make a  proposition to the opposition to form  a coalition government.'' :���������' 'requesting  Joe ^Martin to resign or take the consequences. Joe Martin has made  himself so ridiculous of late that his  .'ormcr closest friends liave deserted  him. ��������� Hon. V. C. Cotton Is suggested  as n compromise for premier, with  two opposition members��������� to take the  place "of v Hon. J. F. Hume iind Hon.  J.   Martin,   the   attorney  general.  LA2LARETTO IN FLAMES  Several    Lepers   Burnt   to Death  D'Arcy Island.  His    1'ltlful    Exposure  at   the  Mackintosh   Banquet  Tbe following despatch ib taken  from the Victoria Colonist or Thursday:  Kossland, June 21.���������The banquet to  C. 11. Mackintosh on Tuesday night  was a. very elaborate and on, thc  whole a highly successful and gratifying affair. The harmony of tho occasion was marred, however, hy an  incident. In which Joseph Martin, wan  the principal llgurc. Mr. Martin was  replying to, the toast? of.' the Dominion and provincial parliament- and  had spoken at considerable length  reference to the war of 1776 with  the Uniled StateH, and constitutional  government generally, declaring; that  he would have borne arms al that  time against. Englund. Tho audience  became, very restless -audi the interruptions were so frequent that Jlar-  ti.ii could nut proceed except wilh  dihiculty.  Finally the speaker lost his temper  completely and declared that on the  morrow ho would soo to It that the  government grant for the Kossland  court house was cancelled and that  no government aid of any: sort would  bo given to  Hosslund.  Immediately '.'.pandemonium.'.'reigned  and the audience became greatly excited, Marti n repeated and emphasized his threat, adding that he had  the votes ..behind... to accomplish his  purpose.  The   mayor.   Hon.   T.   M.    Duly   and  Mr.   Mackintosh   endeavored .to. quell  lhe   uproar   that . ensued,   and   subsequently   Mr.   Martin   walked   out   into ;  tbe   lobby. ��������� \  Subseqeuntly   when    D.     M.     Eberts  Ottawa,, Juno    23.���������The    scenes  the   house   of     commons   .during  early 'hours   of    yesterday    morning  give   fresh   evidence   of   tlio   government's   Incapacity.   A    fifteen   hours'  debate   might   have   been   saved' by  Mr.  x-ielding's  reading of a'document  read at 5 a. m. giving full  particulars  "or   tho   Yukon   telegraph.   The ;��������� whole  afternoon was spent in discussing the  matter.       Mr.   Fielding's   cry   being,  "f.   will  give "the--information; .in   your  committee   on   supply."      When     the  bouse   reached    supply.   Mr.    Fielding  declared ,tbi>  information  was not  obtainable, ��������� and, then  rend   a   document  containing  the  full   particulars.   Then  Hon.   O.   E.; Foster,,   sailed     into   Mr.  Fielding,   declaring   that   all   the   obstruction  had been  inado, by  the 'government,   especiallj-   the   cubinet; min-  ist-i'r.v   Tliis makes the fourth or fifth  break this session.   Next to tills came  Hon.  A.   G.  Blair's refusal   to produce  the Prummond  county statintic.H,caus-  liig   un   all   night  sitting,   then   came  Mr? Blair's refusal to answer Colonel  Hugh.-**.'  and  Mr.   McLaughlin's questions;   Sir  Wilfrid ; Laurier's   lapse   of  Fi Iday  last  camo next in   order,. and  now'!',Mr.   Fielding's   refusal   of   Infor-  r>iin.'.vn. ? Al;   these  abound   in   lack  of  tn j-.   and   bad    temper,   lowering   thc  give: nr cut   in   the  estimation  of  thc  ho'is:   rinl    the   country.   The   same  th'i g rii'vails   to  some  extent  in  thc  senate   for   whenever   a   question   is  a.skcd   or   p.   remark' made   Sonatoi-B  Mill*   i-iid   Scott   fly   off   the   handle  uMV'stiiti out answers.  FIHEGUQOD  I have turned my wood business over to  J. C. Hutchison,  Who should fill orders on.the same terms  I advertised last week.  F_tcd   Robinson  Directors:  H. S.  liowlariu    PruNident  r.R.Muriitt, Vice Praa., (St.Oat������mrin������a)  William Ramsay, Robcit J������tf~'������y,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stay uer  Blins Rogers.  D, .R. Wilkie, Genernl Manager.  BraraohoB   ���������  North Wen'! and British Columbia  r.iandou      Portage In, V._".. ouvet  Calgary Prairie Winnipeg  Kd(iini)i,on  .Prince illbur*   RevtOnlnkc  Strathcona -N"l������i_c, B.  'ONTAIUO.  Khho*:  '       J-iagiira Fa Iti    St. lliomn.ii  Fergus       Port Colborne Toronto  Gait Rat Portage      Welland  IVitr-rsol)    Sault St. Marie Woortitock  ListowoII   St, Catharines   Hamilton  Montreal, Quermc.  Suvlngs Burik DopartiHont���������Dfcposita  of   $1   and    upwards   received    and  interest, allowed.  Dobenture������ -- Provincial, Municipal  und other debi_itnroH purcbiised.  Druftt- and Loiters of Credit���������Avail-  .iblo at all points in Ounoda, Uuited  Kingdom, UnitA'd States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, Now  Zoaland, ������tc  Oold   Piirchnsctl  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  whioh will bo aooounted fop at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts In the  Yukon ank northern dlstrlota.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Bran oh ,  ���������Pettipiece's Directory and; Map of  the City of Revelstoke contains a complete write-up of Revelstoke, the gateway to the wonderfully rich mineral  districts "of North Kootenay and  Canoe river; tho supply point for the  Big Bend, Trout Lake, Lardeau, Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan Pass  and Eagle Pass districts. Price 50  cents. ,    WOSTS. OWIU.IM & SCOTT.  Barristers,  Solicitors, Notaries Public.  nte.  Taylor Bloels. MeKenxlo Avenue,VRev-  ���������latoke Station.  Monoy To Loan.  W. White,. J. M. Seott, B.A..  Q. 6. U L,. B.  F. a.. Gwillim.  The Revelstoke  Herald ^m wcd-iyi  TJKR    HUSBAND   A   FORGER  Mrs.   :-"_-an   Attwood'B    Husband    I������  ,   W.u ted  on  a  Serious  Charge   In  " Minneapolis   ���������  St. r-a".'.. .Tune 22.���������Tbe husband of  y.ra'.i 1 'lllinn AH wood.' who was mur-  d'-n-.l ;i' C'ranbrook by her lover, was  Burt Ohei ry, of Minneapolis. Cherry  left ..Minneapolis some months ago to  escape ar-est. Evidence had been  at..lost se'eiired,. which it is said would  convlo;. him? of 25 ditterent forgeries  that had been committed in Miiinea-  polis nr.il v.-cinlty. He is now in jail  at Cb.'vciand, Ohio, awaiting '.trial-.;for  forgery In that city. It was alleged  by the detectives' that Mrs. Cherry  was ; implicated with her husbandl in  th-. crimes. It was also known that  she Planned to leave vthe city and  the ueiectives decided to let her go.  Il was a part of the plan which  they were working to secure evidence  sufficient to convict ��������� her. Her every  movement was known and she wus  under   surveillance   at   Cr.inbrook.  The ��������� daughter     of     a      Minneapolis  harvey v& mccarter  'Barristers,, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors'for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:      Molsons  Bank Block.  Flrit Street, Revelitoke Station. B. C.  J. W. Cross, M. D.  Hue more readers    In North  Maotenny than any other; paper;  tea wmt) atlverttecrs In Rovcl-  stok������ than      any other paper;  does  more Job  printing in the  city than any other paper;   It's  news Ib more spicy and up-to-  date;  its Influence     is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation; considered;? Its subscription rate is only $2.00  per  annum;  lt covors the field. Try  it and be with the crowd.  Write to ���������"  REVELSTOKB; HERALD,  Revelstoko, B.. C.  Papers  Ullts,' Iniri-alni-, Micas,   'f*n-  tiunscil Gilts, iiikMxikIoki <)f  nil ilewerlt)'. loiu.  The i'licnpest mul l'c������t Block of  -WALL 1" At'EKSilu tlm city.  Liberal: iliHi'i.unts given  on  nil eimli urdem.  I  dciil  milv,  hi    NV A I, I.  V A-1' K ll S   nnil solicit aii  Inspection ol my stock..  W.S. Bipney  ���������MeKiEJiZlE-JlVB.  99=  clergyman was also implcated, she  was speaking- Martin came to the I having passed forged checks at the  door of the hall nnd interrupted the I instance of Mrs. Cherry, it is said,  speaker,   and  shaking  bis  fist   at   the  THE CANADIAN YEAR.BOOK  The Canadian ?Year Book for 18S9  published atTordhto by Alfred Hewett  has-come to hand. This is an. exceedingly useful book and is well got  np-contalning numerous illustration*)  of Canadian notables and others. Its  n~onti3piece is a good photograph of  tlie Governor General���������Lord Minto.  :T?be^re~~umo of. the year 1898 with  which thc.lbpolf opens is comprehen-  ���������slve_..;th<**tgl>";'3_frbar-*. attaching tbo  greatijmportance to certain.. deeds of  fhe.'~~S3vernmeiiVwhlch .'��������� have turned  ontlaUeVl^^'-^^bc ��������� fallDres. With  articles < on immigration, the stage,  athletics, tbevrtna&ns. and Canadian  ftj'rdr.'' miscellinedus tables of istatls-  Ucs-for.'the Dominion, and provinces  ..lad'."all 'oe<jful -information about our  .great rtomJalqJCFWch could be com-  " pressed - Into the Bpace- of a hook of  S16' closelTrniUJjsrt*3Eiages the publisher of tfi������ya_f..5������������ok. Is to he eon-  gratnlated ������B**������VWjB** issued such a  valuable vtyiuisc.  Victoria,    ll.    C.    Juno    24.���������Word!  reached here on Thursday niglit that  fire had.occurred on the D'Arcy Island,  lazarette/with loss of life, and yesterday  morning the  health      officer.  Dr.   audience  proceeded  to  threaten  them.  Fraser. went out on a'-steamer to in-1     "You   are   a   lot     of   dress   suited  vestigate.      He found that the fire_oc-jhoboe������_." shouted  Mr. Martin:  "I have  "curfed'atri:30~alii. on June-!oth7"andTthe���������voies-ro-cTush-;-Gi2--nnd -i-������Ki  was caused bv one o fthe patients who i*-hem.    It is time this thing way stop- '  was  very   feeble,   upsetting  the lamp. iree!. ��������� The tlm- to stop is now. b������-for. J  The flameB spread   ���������  along -   the      six   i*   *coes  any  furthf-r." ;  cablno in a row, which were complete-      Mr. Martin reiterated bis threat and |  lv destroyed.      The other nine cabins  rr-peated   his   opinion   of   the   .-issc-m-  were" unscorched, and in them the un- Wage.,  Several of tho guests took the  fortnnatee      took  refuge.      They  had   r. marks of Mr.  Martin personally an.l j  plenty of provisions, in fact sufficient  attempted   to   gf-t   close     .-nough    to .  for a  month.      They   had   buried  the  strike him after he bad pone into  th?  dead  lepers, and  when  tho doctor ar- i lobby.   Thev   w*r.    prevent, d    ������-xcf-pt  rived  the  wounds ot the  injured ones j in one inst.incf. w*i������n Mr. Martin wax-  were dressed. [struck   in   the     face.       Martin     was   " 'plucky enough   and '���������'showed   no   white  Ifenther.'   He   re-entered   the   hall   and ���������         KRUGER  QUIETING -standing    in    his   place    said:        "Vou.    tshall have the JIIO.OOO court house,  but.:  Britain's   No  Baek  Down  Policy  Has! I  will   got oven   with   this crowd   be-j  for"   "  have done  with   you.    You   can . Lord  depend   on   that."  The incident created n   painful  f.-ni-  It is believed, however, that she was  innnocent.-, of . the ;character of . the  checks when she "passed them. ;Her  associations with the woman were  if- 2_vc_y.--intimat__ct____.  acter.  ���������Nearly SOO addresses of bona-fide  esidentn of this city in    Pettipiece's  i Dirertory  and   Map    of    the    City of  i Revelstoke.        Mall 50 cents to R. P.  i Pettipiecp, Revelstoke, B. C.  Ofll������i-   Taylor  Block, Mackenzie  nuv������l������toIcc.  "  SurirMn to thcC.P.K  lieu Hi ollicer. City ol neTCStoke.  DR. E..B. S. MoIiEAN.  Oflice  and   Residence   two  doors  ^   of Cowan Block.  Third  Street,  Centre.  Niglit and day,calls attended to.  ���������Telephone connection. *  EDUDCATHONAI. CARD.  J. iv Hull  & Company  east  Pencil' drawing, black and colored  crayons, oil and .water color.;.on canvass,   silk,, china,   etc.  Two hours-weekly;?$4 per month.   -  English      (evening     class).  6 hours  Weekly,   $3   per. month.      French,   two  hours weekly, '$4  per month;.   -Latin,  two hours weekly, $4 per month. ���������  . Special terms to families.  Address: Miss Steele. McKemle  Avenue,  opposite .Taylor BIock.  Thos. R, Bavey  Trout Lake City  ���������_______> i.  Notary Public Mining and Real  "EsStTBfbk"er"and_=KeneraI-CoBi������nis-  sion Agent. Mines reported on and  Estimates given for work. Latest reliable info i mation as to. claims woik  ing arid for sale in the district. Good  Poospests held easy.���������Write or call.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line,   _������>���������i���������  World's Pictorial Route  BAST    -   - .- . WH.ST  IMPERIAL.   LItY3ITED  New   Fast  Daily  Service  ���������BUT WHEN ���������  Atlantic Ml Pacific .  Firi-t class sleepers on all " tra'iin  Tourist Oars puss Revelstoko daily,  for St.. Paul. Thursdays for Montreal  and Boston, Tuesdays and Saturdays'  for Toronto.  Improved connpctintr service to and  froin^ICco enay countiy  REVELSTOKE TO  Toronto   79 hours.  Montreal 83 hours  New York 05 hours? Winnipeg 30 hours  15 1'2 hours  REVELSTOKE   TO COAST  151'2 hours  east      DAILY TRAINS       west  4.30K Arr     Itevelstoke    . Arr 21.20K  4.45KLv .      , *_'   -__-___-___-T. 2l':i������K  To und From 'Ko"tenay Points  5.00K Lv       Revelstoke       Arr 21.00K  Putohers. nnJ     Wliuh-saln    anil.  Retail Ucolon in Bcof, Fork oto  KAMLOOPS and RBVK_.STOB._-  All orders In our line prom  tilled...-,   TWO   BRITISH   FAVORITES  ���������Its Effect���������Arrangement May Be  Arrived  At.  London. June 2B.���������The firm attitude:"?': ,in Rossland and yet  of Great Britain appears to be having _ch,,!f i"Plc^n_th.: stress  a decided effect on the-Transvaal com-: " --���������-  plications.      Tho latese messagoB received  from. South  Africa      tell      of  various,s������:mi-offlci.il missions for nego-;Lort]   William  tiations' between Cape     Town, Bloem-j  fontein  and  Pretoria      willing to ar-|  range a franchise compromise on the  basis of .flvo or six years     residence.  Kruger is represented as being agreeable to some arrangement, but is finding considerable.'difficulty in handling  his own conservative element, v , He is  quoted  ns  saying  regarding  war  rumors thi'.t-mountains were being made  out of moio hills and  he was flrmly  Kitch'ener    and     Rhodes 'the. Popular  Heroes���������Doctors  of  Civil   Law  Oxford.   Jun-     ii.���������The     honorary  Ui.gri������:   "f   Donor   of   Civil    Law   was.  conferred    yc-sierduy     unon     General  Kitchener   of   Khartoum,   Cecil  Ithodes.oii  aci-ount of  the   prominent  .(>;_'^outh   Afri'-a  Company,   and   the   Karl  [h������iof  KIgin,   tb>- former viceroy nf  India  land others.   The greiitest interest was  'taken  in   the event owing  to th������ op-  po-'lilon  of k  numb'-r of  the   Dons  to  ', fonferring     th>-     d������-gree     upon     Mr.  i Rhodes,  on  accr.un   of   the  prominent  Is j manner  In  which  his  name was generally ' mentioned    In    connexion    with  ; the   Jamieson   raid   on   the   Transvaal.  London, June     2*5.���������Lord      William jTh"   opposition  was  regarded  as   par-  Beresford   supports   Sloan   In   his   ac-jtlaan   and   as   a   political   movement,  count of the recent row at Ascot.     He:The Duke and Duchess of Yorks were  says:       "After  the   waiter   upset   theUmong   those   present   at   Sheldonian  licpior Sloan and his companion    went JTheatre where the  degrees were  con-  for the  waiter,  the latter hitting the . u-rr*d.      The   theatre     was   throngell  it   is  today.  SLOAN IS SUPPORTED  Beresford  Says  He  All Right.  waiter In the faco with his flst.-while  Sloan hit him with a champagne  bottle,    which, however,  , was,',   not  convinced Queen Victoria never wouldjhroken.    ^brcouw"wV-'regard"an at  allow "letting loose the dogs of war  over Soi������th Africa.  THE. FIRE  KINO  tack with a bottle as desnicable, and  ias  bad as drawing a knife, but      In  Sloan's, case there was first great, provocation. Thc waiter uncioubtedly  (began     the     quarrel.     Secondly, the | iJotn   of  them  xvrre   given with  waiter was a great hulking chap, whiIe|c,i���������toinary   good-humored     rhaff.  Prosper- jSIoan  is a little fellow,  incapable of i  Spreads "Destruction  Over n  ous Quebec Village.  St. Raymond  was  almoat  started thJp  longing to  Hpread wi  being no  habitants were powerless to stop the  progress of the flames. AssistAnce  wa������ telegraphed for to Quebec and firo  engines sent by special train from ,  thero, a dJst_u.nce of 3D miles. When I ���������Nearly SOO addresses of bona-flde  the engines arrived liere about 35 or presidents of this city in Pettipioce's  40 houses had been consumed with ! Directory and Map of tho City of  several outhouses. Tho convent caught! Revelstoke. Mail 50 cents-to*R. P.  Arc and was damaged In a portion t������ Pettipiece, Revelstoke, B. C.  tho extent of about $2,000. The loss) A new-townsito called Phoenix has  ���������will amount tc> $100,000 and is well j been laid out. in the Boundnrj"  covered by iusv-rancx-. -yuntr;.*.  and there was an Imposing procession from Corpus Cri.sti? college to the  theatre, the new doctors wearing their  robes and ..General.'-Kitchener wearing  the uniform with his medals and  other decoration,*. The undergradii-  jatea gave file general and Mr. Rhodes  1 a ��������� ������������������  wildly       enthusiastic     reception.  the  A  students   threw   down   their  to walk over.  license.      Tho ca*e Is not W"lthin  It's  jurisdiction.  grc  crlcB of  "Veni, vldl, viol.'.'���������-The stud  j ents also sang He's a Jolly Oood, FeljJ  low in honor of tho general  ���������If you want tho name, street, residence and ocupatlon of almost every  male resident In this city procure a  copy of Pettipiece's Directory and Map  of the City of Revelstoke. Price GO  c^nts.  Hotel Victoria  J. V. PERK8, Prop*-  Hotel Accommodation the Best in the  City for the money.  Heated by hot air: electric ligbit and  bell in every room  Hourly street car hetween hotel*, and  station.  Large and well lighted sample iroom.  Free bus iiieetii/all  ttains,  REVELSTOKE. B.t 3.  MOUNTAIN CLIMBING  The Canadian Paclflc Railway Com-,  pany has stationed Swiss Guides v at  Banff, Lakes In tho : * Clouds, and  Glacier for the convenience of tourists wishing, to explore tho mountains  In theso vicinities. Auk for copy of  "Swiss Guide" folder.  For information, time cards,  maps nud tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  \V. P. Anderson, Travelling  Pimsengpr Agent. Nelson.  IS." J. Cotlb, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR S -OT CASH  Call nnd see us. Womn St you  REVELSTOKE JftW MILS  J1J1R.R.Y    BDWJIR.DS  Taxidermist.  : DEER II BADS,  BIRDS, ANIMALB, ETC.  Pi eserved'and mounted.  Third St. East of Schoo'.house  Crage & May: tie  Notaries Public and  Conveyancers1   Sole Agents for t he        ________  Smelter  Townsite  ���������Mining���������  Firo, Lifo and Aooident-  Insurancc,  Oft-ice���������  Fust St.. E.ist,  Revelstoke. B C,  T* L, Haig  Notary Pntlic, ���������  Sol������ ABont for       ���������������������������������"-������������  Revelstoke  Townsite  Minincr, Firo nnd  Life InsnranCB. -  Offio<>, Opvcwit*- C.P.R,.T>ptit.  CRAGE  and  /VlAyNE  Smelter    Townsite  Revelstoke.  TJiOS. K. DJ.VEY  Tpout Lake City.  Notary Public Mining and  Real Estate Broker and  Genoral Commission Ak-  cut. Mines reported on  jtnd estiniatcf" ztven for'  work. L^teht reliHble in-  fiirmniion as to cl dms  working and for sali������ in the  district. Good prospects  held easy.i   Write or csll.  rfojt^^aiid^xonfectloliery^  Soft Drinks  Tobaeeos and Cigars.  Ice Cream Parlor   ������������������  In Connection    '  ,/Aps. W.J. Lee9  Mcl-KNZIK-AVE.  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MCKSSSE 'AtB, RE~~~*L8TQ~WC  > THE HEAD OF THE MAHDI  Carried  Off   Trom   Omdurman  British Officer.  by a  BRITAIN   18   READY  London, Juno 24.���������Regarding the  disinterment and mutilation of tho remains of the Mahdi by the English  after the battlo of Omdurman tho  Mancheater Guardian has a story from  Its special correspondent. The story  was gleaned from somo of tho noncommissioned officers on the Nile gunboats, who got it from the men who  actually engaged In this piece ot diplomatic barbarism.  The day after the Omdurman battle,  where tho Dervishes died In their  thousands, Major Gordon, they say,  went on board, ono of the gunboats,  and' then took with him a small party  of Royal Marine artillerymen to" the  land. None of tho' Egyptians on  board were taken. "They chatter too  much," explained a sergeant. "When  you havo experience of them they ar--  a poor race of beings., A Dervish is  in all parts altogether more ������'f a man.  Tho Egyptian cannot stand iilone."  March to the Tniib.  The little party mar died divoctly to  tho tomb of the Mahdl. lho i;inb  waa described as "like a big t-niiaro  ham,' built of half hake 1 bricks find  slabs of mud mortar."  It had a round domo on tho top,  which had been so worked as to lit  the square building below. The body  ot the Mahdl Iny on what thc artillery men termed "tin erection," perhaps half tho height ot a man set up  in the middle of the tomb. It had nn  encircling rail ninde with pieces of  brass from English implements or furniture, and wns decorated with other  .trinkets, perhaps religious symbolB.  Tho body was wrapped in white colored cloth, sewn together, "but whether it had been embalmed," snid another of the artillerymen, "I could not  say, having no exeprience of how  bodies look after undergoing that process."  The Head Came Off.  Nobody cared to describe wliat hap-'  pened Inside the tomb. "That's a  matter for those in authority," one  was told. However, it was presently  sald that thc order was given to  tako tho body from whero it. lay and  to sever the head from tho trunk.  "The Corporal went to that end. On  ilfting the head it broke clean away  from tho body and he held it in his  hands."  The body was then' wrapped up,  weighed and carried across thc three  miles that lay between the tomb and  the Nile and at once cast into the  river. "I never heard that, anything  was seen of it again," said one artilleryman, "and the fact Is it must have  ' been washed away along thc bed of  . the river." Another added that the  Dervishes are, of course, esscntially  superstitious, and that they might in  future, no doubt, bo imposed on by  the production of another dead body.  "But," he added "whatever may bo  said of the .body, they will never set  thc head of their Mahdi."  "What became ot tho head?*'  What became Of It.  ' "It is a very short story. The  head was carried on board the gunboat and put iuto an empty kerosene  can���������ono of those square cans you  know, thnt oil is kept in. It stopped  there n few days. The other officers  used to come aboard and say: "Gordon show us that head," and thc corporal under orders would then lift .it  out. None o ftHem would touch It.  It was not nico. I might say that the  Mahdi must havo been a fearfully ugly-  man. The lower jam protruded further than any man I have ever seen.  The forehead was not-particularly  nigh���������for an Arab. " His hair was jet  black. The lower part of one side of  the face was gone���������decayed���������and we  tcok off part of his beard. It is here  in Eastney. 1 have a piece myself���������  a flno glossy black, apparently the  hair of a man in his prime. -  Sent To England.  "After the head had remained a few  days in the can a wooden box -was  made, and it waa packed in that. It  was then sent to Cairo for despatch to  England, and but for the discussion in  parliament, it would, no doubt, have  been on view before now in some  museum or another. The war office,  I should think, will know where tho  box is.     I must say no more."  After the body of the Mahdi had  bocn "reinterred" and disposed of his  tomb was destroyed. Lyddite was used  as it is still necessary to note the  action of that explosive owing to the  sometimes peculiar conduct of lyddite  shelf. "So that wo had an experiment  of two kinds," said one of the artillerymen. "We experimented in religion on the poor Mahdl. and In gunnery we ed on his tomb. It certainly seems a little above the mark  to try conclusions with a dead body.  The  Queen   Reviews    18,000    of  the  j lower  of  the  British  Troops  London, June 27.���������Queen Victoria,  the Dime ol Connaught, the Prince of  Wales, theTiiiko of York, Grand Duke  Micl'iile of Russia, the Duke of Cambridge aud Lord Wolseley wero prci-  ent on the famous pfalns of Aldor-  shu yeso'ic'iay to witness the review  t,f. o\er ih.GGO of the best troopB of  the 1.ingc'cm. This review Is interpreted it; London tonight as a means  of satisfying Queen Victoria that her  troop.-! ni'e viady for any emergency  they may V- colled to meet in cuo  Transvaal cn eh.ewhere. These troops  will answer ll., first call to arms.  NOT SO EASY  Tho  Germans    Meet   With  From the Chinese.  Trouble  London, Juno 27.���������Thc Daily Mail  published a despatch from Shanghai  this morning saying that the German  troops sent to punish the Chinese for  the recent attack on the railway near  Klao Chan met with resistance near  Tituli.  CHAMBERLAIN TALKS  The   iJoers  Havo    Gono    as   Far  as  bwuiln   Will   Let  Them  Ui rm Ingham, Juno 2ii.���������Hon. Mr.  Jos. Chamberlain, Bccreutry or state  for tin: colonies, in addressing the  Unionists of this city this afternoon  reviewed carefully the Transvaal  question. In course of his speech he  said that owing to the enormous military preparation-! ot the government  of the South African republic Britain  has been compelled to increase tho  British garrison at Cape Colony und  Natal, entaning un additional expenditure ot -TSUO.OOO nnnually. After  denouncing in tlie strongest torms  the .......ido of the Boers, Chamberlain with great deliberation and emphasis added: "Tho Transvaal's enormous secret service fund has pro-  cm ed her friends and advocates in  every country.* The way tho British  subject there is treated is not only  u menace to them but interferes with  our prestige amoiiR* the natives, who  now regard the Boers, and not thc  Britisui, as the paramount power. Besides breaches of the* London convention, the Transvaal is flagrantly  violating the equality that the convention intended to secure.  "Four t.mes since independence  was grunted, we have beeu on the  verge oi \wu- with the Transvaal. It  is erroneous to say that the British  government wants war, but equally  erroneous   that  the   government   will  draw -  "now lt put its hand to tlie  plow." ..u hope efforts tbat are now  being made will lead to amicable  arrangements, for Britain only desires Justice, but * there will come a  time v..en patience can hardly be  dlstlnguisued from weakness and  wheu moral pressure becomes a  farce, that cannot be continued without loss of self respect." *  TUB) WOIIM  WILL   TURN  A   Young:   Wifo   Killed   Tier   Husband  Because   Ho ' Snored  Nov.- York, June 23.���������Clrace Ramsay,  27 years old, cut her husband's throat,  Harvey J. Ramsay, CO years old, this  morning while the man" was asleep,  in bcu m tho apartments at the  Garden, -hotel on Madison avenue.  Tho woman was arrested. Ramsay  was removed to the Hellevue hospital.  He is- ticket seller at Madison Gardens. Mrs. Ramsay when taken to  thu police station, informed the sergeant in charge that she had cut her  husband's throat because be snored  and she was- disturbed by him. Thc  doctors say ho cannot recover.  ..���������Nearly SOO addresses ot boua-fide  residents of this' city in Pettipiece's  Directory and Map of the City of  Rovolstoke. Mail DO cents to R. P.  Pettipiece, Revelstoke, B. C.  DREYFUS  AT  HAND  French Cruiser Goes Out to  Receive  Him  RELIGIOUS  ZEAL  Newly    Converted    Indians    Hold    a  Donnybrook.  Vancouver, June 26.���������The , Salvationists and the Episcopalians have  been very busy with mission work  among the northern Indians now  camped around tho canneries waiting  for the salmon fishing. So quick  have been the conversions, however,  that the savage spirits of the red man  have not been subdued. One thousand Indians and Salvationist soldiers, headed by a brass band met in  a narrow street, going in the opposite  direction 1,000 Episcopalian converts  also headed by an Indian band.  Neither the Episcopalians nor the Salvationists would budge an inch. . The  missionaries urged, exhorted, entreated and demanded them not to flght,  but to love one another in the name  of the Father. It was of no use, however, and angry looks led to oaths  and a general flght took place. The  bands led on tho conflict by smashing  their instruments to pieces over the  heads of their rivals. The flght waa  bloody but was stopped by Indian  policemen more by persuasion than  force, beforo murder was dono.  BOERS NO SNAP  Great Britain    Would    Have a NaBly  Job to Do Them Up.  Chicago, Juno 24.���������Lord Cecil  Douglas Compton, who served In South  Africa lor live years, in an Interview  with it Chicago paper said:  He did not participate ln the Jameson raid, but he was in the country  it that time and immediately after  that untoward enterprise 'lie entered  the Transvaal country iind traversed  much of It. He knows the Boers and  their country and he considered both  critically from tho standpoint of a  military oflicer and student. He  spoke of the Transvaal trouble entirely as ii military man.     He said:  In the llrst place the Boers from, the-  Transvaal are magnificent guerilla soldiers. Their history has proved it  and they are fully up to the standard  today. They arc expert marksmen,  born rough riders, such as your own  cowboys, and their courage and tenacity Is undeniable. Individually  they are as good military stuff as the  world possesses. They also are thoroughly .convinced of tho justice -of  their cause and would die to a, man  t thc; word of Oom Paul.  But aside from their morals and  their iltness. the Transvaal country is  one admirably adapted for the purpose;  of defense. It is a land with largo  uninhabited spaces. An army invading it. must have a distant base and  its supplies must be brought through  a semi-tropical couutry under the  most disadvantageous conditions.  Cape Town is a thousand miles from  Vaal river and if an attack were to  bo made from Natal there would be  mountains to work through" and much  tropical - growth.  The question of transportation  would be serious. We would need  thousands of mules, which must be  brought from South America. The  ocean distance and the adverse climate would kill the animals off by the  hundreds and the actual work would  entail even greater losses.  There is a question of strategy as  woll. The Boers would be difficult to.  hit -in a mass. -Indeed, they might-  not bo mobilized in an European sense  nt all. In arid, rocky country, filled  with splendid shots, with no real objective point to capture, with a disaffected or actively" hostile population  on your flank or rear, the conquest of  tho Transvaal would be one of the  most arduous undertakings we ever  entered upon. In my opinion, no less  that sixty thousand men would be required. Your own Philippine war. is  not so difficult. Indeed it Is folly to  underestimate the military strength of  the Transvaal, which proceeds ���������' not  alone from the material character of  the population, but also from the  nature of the country Itself.  And tho Boers are armed to the  teeth. The money realized by taxation of Ultlanders has been spent in  arms and artillery, so that the republic  represents on a small scale the military camp which the continental  powers exhibit on a great scale."  SAMOAN TROUBLE SETTLED ���������  . -.1  A Triplo Protectorate   Arranged���������The  Monarchy Abolished.  Apia, Samoan Island. June 14.���������(via  Auckland. N. Z.. June 22).���������Mataafa  bas surrendered 1.850 rifles, and the  loyalists have given up 2.000. After  Juno 20 p. heavy penalty wlI be enforced upon natives found with rifles  In their possession. Mataafa promises to turn in more weapons. ine  natives have returned to their homes  Mnlletoa Tanu was reeognlzed an king  "by tho commissioners of the three  power.* and the decision of Chief Justice Chambers in the matter of the  kingship was proclaimed valid anil  binding. Malletoa Tanu then abdicated in favor of the commissioners,  ���������who appointed a provisional government, consisting of the consuls of the  three powers, empowering a majority  to act in all caseB where unanimity is  not required hy the Berlin treaty.  Chief Justice Chambers continues to  hold office, and the various municipal  officiate are confirmed.     Dr. Wllhelm  Solf has been authorized to act as president of the municipality of Apia.  -.    The commissioners expect to lea*~e  on-June 28,, but,'they have   requested  Chlet' Justice Chambers     to remain.  Their report recommends the aoolltlon  of the'kingship and the presidency of  Apia, and the. appointment of a governor, with a legislative     council   consisting of three nominees of the mter-  .sted powers.'    assisted     by a native  louse       Unier this scheme the gov-  *r would   have  a  veto over general  and   municipal   laws;   the    nominees  ^ouldbe the     department      heads;  rfonBular, diplomatic and judicial functions would  be  abolished:      revenue  Wild be raised by   . an increase     or  duties and a diminution of poll tax.  ���������"A neat and tasty 60 page hook  . til solid information concerning Revelstoke and      vicinity,  and  the. map  .   -alone Is worth price," say many who  -. ."have already sent, copies     to,   their  '"* Trionds.      Do eomethlnp; to keep you  known beforo tho outside world. Send  enquirers .or your friends     a copy of  Pettipiece's Director}' and Map of the  City of Revelstoke.     Mailed free unon  :-receipt" pf   BO    cents.       it. P. Pettl-  rdceo. Revelsloke. B. C.  Brest, France, June 20.���������The French  first    class    cruiser     Tage      put   to I  sea yesterday, the official explanation  being   that  she   has  gone  to  experi-  mci,    w   homing, pigeons.   She  is,  however, a much larger cruiser that  the Sfax, which * is bringing Captain  Dreyius, aud the despatch of such a  big vessel with carrier pigeons ia  quite unprecedented. .Usually a tor-_  "pedo~libat is seift ,aiid, thc" opinion,  therefore, gains ground that tho Tage  has gone to meet the Sfax and to  take v,u.ptain Dreyfus on board. The  pigeons cau bo used to announce the  transfer and the Tage might* proceed  to another port to land'the prisoner.  As against this story,.and as an Indication lu.u thc lauding of Dreyfus will he effected here, it is a fact  that a large- number of gendarmes  from the country around Brest nre  arriving or expected to arrive tonight  ���������A complete list of this city's busiuess men and business houses in Pet-  tipieco's Directory and Map of the  City of Revelstoke.     Price 50 cents.  TRUE   LIBERALITY  CHURCH   DIRECTORY  MKTHODIBT CHUROH - IlerelBtolte.  I'luaouiiiK eervicun ui 11 u-in. a.-- 7:*l  p.m. ciaeu luoeunx at thu clone u_ lhu  UiorulniE oorvloo. ..uubalh autiuul aud Bible  l.looo uc ^:au p.m. W<-o_iy pmyur lueuung  evorr V. e_n__iHi_y ovoi.iuk at 7:i~u p.m. "I'Uo  public _r_ uui*_i_iJy uiviiocl.   fcluulu lieo.  REV. _. J. THuMl'BON. Puator.  FAYETTE BUKER  CAN  >  Church  of England  Sunday Services  Eight a.m. Holy  Communion;      11  meeting, litany and     sermon,   (Holy  Eucharist, first Sunday In the month); T nan Ynu Manrv  2:80 Sunday school, or childrens' Loan * ������** money  terries; 7:30 avonsong (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days���������The Holy  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m. as announced. Fridays���������7:30  Evensong, with spiritual reading.  Holy Baptism is administered usually  a .'tor Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C. PAGET, D. D.,  Vicar.  Iiinnrn your liropevlf ngahmt low  i>) tirp,  Iiifiu c.   venr I,lte���������"Acrldcnt   or  Heath.1'  Offer yon ft cli.nco to i_ivr������t n  small or l���������rg������ miiount of vour  luirnlufjj or i-n ..Itnl -t n iirufitnble  into ol internal.  PKE3BVTBIUAN CHURCH-Berelutolio.  ���������*��������� norviue ever} Sunday ������.( 11 a.iu- cud 7M0  P.in Blbe Ol.ua at 'IM p.m.. to winch  all are welcome. Prayer raceiing at S p.m.  ���������ivory Wodnoouay.  UEV. T. HENZIK9. Paator.  ROMAN   CATHOLIC   CHUROH ��������� Itovel-  Bloko.     Mum  llrot and tblrd ttunduya in  month at 10:38 a m.  RKV. FATHER TIIAYEK.  SALVATION ARMY- M"*tingi every night  In tlio:r hall ou Front Strcot,  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 1658.  ItcRiilar, liiertinpii mc held hi Iho  Odd fellows Hull on the third Friday  or cacti month al 7..10 p. m.   Vi.������ltlnj_;  liri'tlircii cuirilnllv liiTitoil-  W. (*.. Illruey, W.M.; It. V. T'ottl  nlccc, Hoc Sue; Dr. T. jeffe, Fin. Sec; Tlioi.  .Sie������l. Treasurer.  Court  Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F.,No.346i.  Moots in ths Oddfellows' Hall on tbo  2nd and ith FridayH of  each month. Visiting  broihron Invited to  attend.  B. It. Campbell,   K. D, J. O. Johnson  ,   Chief Ranger. Rec-Sec.  Hevelsto^e Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  itSTOnly   l;c������t Companl    nl: i) nm lit!.  Office McKou-ie Avenue.  &dZgs3&^,,>&*?i&^^  Undertaking: and Embalming  R. Howson &.Co,,  MAOKENZIK  AVE.  Wlic.ci_.ilii mill Retail Dealers hi Fiirnltnre.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymar).  Draying and delivery work a. special- j  ty. Teams always ready ou shortcut J  notice.     Contracts for jobbing taken.  I    THE MOLSONS BANK  5~ iNCOni'OK.VTKD BY ACT OF  PAW.I -.MENT, 1855.  ������ HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  PAID UP CAPITAL.  REST FUND  -    fax   tl.6O0.00O  jC D-RRCTOKS:  Wm. Moi-sO- MAi;rii_m___.*, President; S. H. BwDfQ. Tl������e-_'f_������Ma_B*i  St! W. M. ItAM-AY, SAMUK-  KOfl.-V, ITF-KT A XClURALV,  J. P.  _te_-UO__,  #~ H. AlA__L_-n MOLftOK.  <���������������- F. W'oKFER-roK Thomas, General Manager.  fc     A general banking busineis traniacted,     Interest allowed at current  g rates- J. D. MOLtfON.  S| MAXAG-B, R-TB-STOtt-, B.C.  ailWIUl-l-'UlI'MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIUIIIIWIIIIIIWIMIIimiC  These Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS,  opened np by the  Mineral Prepertie_  Drs.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants (  p,evelstoi;e  irqn works..  _3lacl__m .thine* Jobbing  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsxni thing  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty���������������������  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  St Leon  Springs  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  Diamond Core  Drill   To obtain rapidly the knowledge of the value of reef* or ledjrm  nothing is to be compared with the Diamond Core Drill, which will  prove more in 30 days thau an outfit of men tunnelling or sinking  shafts could prove iu ten years-. '  The Diamond Core Drill can pierce the mountains snd take th  ecret of what it contains from their very heart., and the non to id  he rock formation, the quicker it will do its work.  The Diamond Core Drill is so constructed that it can'he taken  o  pieces and packed on the backs of horses aud carried  and   worked  almost inaccessible places where water can bo obtained,���������and it  be in almost any part of British Columbia.  Por full information and particulars apply by letter or in person te  J-   D.    SIBBALD,  REAL    ESTATE   AND     MINING     fiROKBRS,     RKVVL8VOKX  ORIENT L HOTEL  Large light bed  rooms.  Table    furnished, wfftir  the choieest the marto*,,  affords.     Best' Winee^  Liquor*    and"    Ctgan  Rate.   $1.     a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor...  RATES.  $l.oo   PER  DAY  GOLD FOR CANADA  The Grit Government Has Given the.  G. T. R. a Monopoly  Ottawa.' June 25.���������-Sir Mackenzie  Bowcll'H- request ..in , the. senato .for  "further " information about " some  features of tho bill confirming an  agreement between tho government  and tbe Grand Trunk railway for the  use of tho International railway of  Viclcria bridge and terminals at  Mont:eal develops thc startling fact  that a coi tain . clause of ' the'agreement taken together with the trallic  contract made by some subordinate  officials would for 99 years give the  C.-jnd Trunk and United States connexions Mich control of tho Inter-  uatioul traffic as to practically constitute a lease of the government  railroad to them   for that period.  ���������If you have a friend anywhero  who wants to learn something of Revelstoke send them a copy of Pettipiece's Directory and Map of the City  of Revelstoke.     Price 50 cents.  The   Alaskan   Boundary    Agreement  Moans Much Wealth.  Seattle, Juno 26.���������News     from the  north Is now that the boundary line  has deprived nearly     2,000 American  miners of a gold output conservatively  estimated  at   $3,000,000   a   year,   and  this  wealth  added   to     citizens     ot  Canada.    The territory Involved is the 1  Porcupine mining district, on the Dal-   ������-y |_^       ���������*���������**       |   > j  ton trail,,above the Indian village of     I . I  )        rlPKdPlJ  Klakawan. a vast tract     of      placer j   1   .       Jc/.     l-lV_/XV������ll  VA  ground, whicli gives flattering promise  of a great mineral output. Many  claims were located there upon the  supposition that the Canadians had no  right to the territory. * News of the  boundary decision reached the Porcupine miners on the 15th and they  were thrown into a state of frenzied  excitement. The proposed new boun-  darv.fs 40 miles south of any point  heretofore claimed by the Canadian  police outposts, according to the stories floating down from the north.  Both Hotels Opeii  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  an(Ttlie~Spnftgs. ~      " U       '  Good Accommodation both at   tho   Springs   a  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.       Kates  $1.25 per day.  W.    M.    BROWN,  ' _.  Proprietor.  The  C olumbia  House.  Good accommodation. / A.  good bu  .well supplied'.with choice wine?  - liquors and'ei^jra^.-.^  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Brown  3& J?ool  Proprietors.  gVEHSTQ K P(  Do Vou  CUant n   Home  in   This] Grotnlng - CQining. mai  He Ilea ay C������nti~e  f  The C. & K. sfeam Navigation Company hare some of them  lighttul piopprty in llevelstoke.    It is charmingly   situated,   handy to  to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at oace.    Easy  terms if necessary.  Trii"J4HIG  "Agent  F. JWeCJIRTY  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer in   PRIJAE BEEF, PORK.  .MUTTON JIHD SJI0SJ1SE  INTERNATIONAL  TRADE  0      ...JISSJ-YER,..,  Gold, Silver or Lead..'. $1.50  Copper 2 00  Gold and Silver 2 00  Gold or Silver and Copper 2 50  Gold, Silver and Lead 3.00  Gold, Silver, Lead and Copper 4.00  Prompt Attention to Samples by Mail,  Cash Must Accompany the Sample.  Fronts*. Revelstoke  British Guiana Delegates Conferring  at Ottawa  Ottawa, June 26.���������Sir Cavendish  Boyle and J. H. DeGeorge of British  Gula_f. who were commissioners to  the United Stetes with a view- of arranging a reciprocity treaty, arrived hero yesterday from Washington.  They havo come to Ottawa on a trade  mission which was arranged for by  tho Dominion government. Sir Wilfrid uaurter met them on their arrival '��������� re. They afterwards met ine  governor ..encral at tho Government  house. Today they hod a conference  with -tho gWersment.  The Acme-""  Soda  Water  Works  - Manufacturers of all kinds of  Aerated Water-, Soda and Mineral  Waters in Syphons and Bottles.  Factories at Vernon and Revel-  -toke, B C.  M   J   O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  J, D, Sibbald  g______ir_        ^-������'^" _-_-=-gg?= u       ���������'  REAL ESTATE  MINING  ; AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  Fish   and. Game   in    Season.       Markets   at  llevelstoke  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Tront Lake City, and Ferguses  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sala Stable of tbe I_ardeaa and Trent Lake  Saddle   and     Paek    Honet  always for hint.  Freighting  and. Tea mine   a  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write    .  CRAIG & HILLMAN, THoawofr'a LAJtmse.  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C.  =  RBVBLSTOKS-  Saah  and  Door  Factory  McKenzie Ave,  Best Accommodation  ix the l___deau,  Rates $2 Pep Day.  i4  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor.  Manufacturers of   and Dealer* \n-^^V  Sat.. 9m:*. Temlap, lOintka. Cwntr  BloekB, Mouldings ���������" all Unda. Fuagr  GiKh and Verandah work, ���������ntkea.  nf mry _������s*rlytta-' a*** *��������� wrtttr.  Stera ud- 0_I_e TttfUa*, Wlutrw  -F rames. with m_h ttt** ������ #i������Ulty.  the latestaa-hi*aT. BiyMa  praaiaefl. Can and pet fltnil  ������<il_K e__rw*er������. Today,  Tomorrow  riday  -*___tfc___>jjj  .-���������������������������������i mi'n ,u,'������'ui__.  and  Up to Eleven  O'clock  Friday Night  the Big* Sale  ���������will still  be oh at the  The Cash Bazaar  W. Mi:i.~)~A~~~, "MANAfiEK  HOWSOX _l-_-CK.        - .MrKKNZIK AVE  The Canada Drug: &  Book Co., Limited.  __*vlnp rvfA'.wl Hiirl ciilarKOd their More,  y.re now it.-n position to .supply fully nil  t\ar.t*> 1^ hJid Drug and Stationery lim������.  Tiicy kindle nothing but thu heM nu .1  ntiTo-stof druca nnd keep tlicm fn������sh.  They fcave just opened a new supply of  Sarsaparilla  o  '."Speciallv prepared, which is nn elccnnt  j~V"i(l   Purifier   nnd   Tonic,   price  $1.01).  __i-r.l and iry a bottle.  CHAS. K. MCDONALD, Manager.  HcTCENiflE   AVE..   KEVELSTOKE   STATION.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  There is a shingle famine in town.  Today is .Tune SOth",'-the last, day for  gettiog a rebate on provincial taxes.  Miss Evnn������.left on Thursday rnnrn-  ins for Oninbrook on a visit to friends  theie.  The Odd fell iws Hall is waiting for  bricks in order to complete the exterior.  TIip Trout Liiki' waggon "mad is  reported to be in bad condition, the  . fasre rarelv being able to go off a  walk.  XV. McK. Sp������nce, of Brantford. hns  taken a position as clerk in C 15.  Hume &* Uo.'s store at Trout Lake  City.   -- .-    -. ..    ..  O: F. Lintlmnrk bus been away  diu-ine the middle of .the week nir il  business trip to eastern points along  the m.-iin line. -,.-..���������  A** nothing hns been done towards  -inplying the $200 grant for Hxinp: op  the court- Vuiii.o around., the" HERALD  pre. nines it lapsed today.  J. TC. Spurling is having the l_b oh  Third ��������� s-.tivet. oppo-ite 15. A. Kettle-  son's crittiige cle.-11-ed for the purpose  of building a residence. "  lt. A. .Line. .'��������� of" ("Jnlerary. father of  Mr1". S. Saunders, nrrivecl in town on  bis way home front n trip to "Vancouver on Thursday morning.  V. B. Pool wns not. able tri start  witli the Nettie Ij ore from Thomson's  Lauding till "Wednesday last ns he  could not get a steamer to ship on:  J. P. Graven returned to town lust  nieht from ;i trip .thiough the East  Kootenay mining division and reports  that, district as looking in good shape.  B. It. Atkins went into Trout L'ike  ('ilv yest.rdav morning to make  in r.-intreinents for the football team  which i.s going in to play there tomorrow.  .T. Mi'Mahon" is pnllirisr down ' tlm old  blacksmith's shop at, the foot of the  bill on Doiiebis street, making -i coii-  sidci-ahlp improvement to the look of  the property there  G. S. McCurter paid a visit, to Kamloops on Wednesday, and Thursday.  Kev. Dr. Paget paid a ministerial  visit to Albert Uanyon on Wednesday.  Messrs. Woloott & Site it, of the St.  Leon Hot Springs, wero in town on  Wednesday.  ���������Kor best quality of fountain pens  hy the best, maker.-- go to the Canada  Drug & Book Co., Limited.  All members of the Rovolstoke  Bicycle Olnh are requested to attend a  meeting at 8 o'clock sharp at Fire Hall  No. 2 tonight. K. D, 3. V. JoiixstoS,  president.  Rehearsals are being vigorously  carried on for the social at Mi's. Chas.  Holten's on July iifh, whicli promises  to be one of the pleasantost events of  t.he summer.  The Rossbind Rifle Company is  drilling for two hours every uijrht of  the week to prepare Tor Lieut.-Col  Peter's inspection, which vvill take  place in about a mouth.  A good tnniiypeopleaie.���������is'kit-.g wliere  the hitch is in getting the new city  police on duty, in starting lo build  some sidewalk and in making nrrnnge-  mentb to get the town lighted.  On the evening of Sunday, .lu'lv Oth.  the members of L. O. K. No. ^fciS, wiil  attend divine service at, 111" Presbyterian eliuri'li. The procession will bo  headed by the Revelstoke  City  Rand.  .1. I. Woodrow, the well known mid  popular manager of .1, R. l'lull A*; (.'<>.'s.  meat. Ir.isiiu _.s. bus purchased the  goodwill and business from the firm  and will in ful tire run the concern for  himself. The llnit.M.Yi. wishes ".Iim"  every success.  T. R. Blorklit"l'ger reports to the  Rossland Miner n good strike on llie  Selkirk. Grassrout and other proper-  lies owned by n Rossland svndic:lie on  Lexington creek. V,. IC. Beck is prospecting the properties witli two men  and a good body of high grade ore has  been struck. A.siivs from the i-hiims  went 531.70. $62 and$51.1.*).  Mr. F. Ahiin, who for more than a  year has iihlv filled the position, 'of  organist at .���������?!. Andiew's church, has  resigned. Owing to liis lime bcing.sn  much taken up with liis work at the  freight sheds he bus found it, impossible to at I end to lhe playing of the  organ. Mr. Ahlin has filled the position tn t.he satisfaction of. tlie choir  and congregation. Mibs Sorley has  accepted the position.  B. TC. Drew returned for a short visit  to   town   on   Tuesday.    He.   bas   been  prospecting in the Lardean add thinks  ���������Isn���������hns���������ss i-u<d;-v.ti- good_cl:tiin._i���������Miv-  Drew is still staving at Arrowhead.  Manager Morkill, of the Kootenav  Lumber Co.. ha������ secured a cert ific.-ited  engineer and the *tenmer -'Lardean  commenced her regular trips from  Arrowhead ,n Thompson's Landing on  Saturday afternoon.  A'pli"-",~"sint. picnic was held op the  l-iwn of the Methodist parsnnnire on  W-eilne=dav evening in honor of the  eleventh iinniverMii v of the wedding  d.iy of the na'tor. Rev. S.J. Thompson  and Mrs. Thonip_-on.  The provincial collector. Fred Fraser,  lepotts that, a very con-idcrable pro-  poilinn of this yeai-'i* taxes have been  ru'iid in time to get the rcli-ite. whicli  he justly coti"iideisas an'evidence lhat  times -ire r.ot so hnrd as people  iiiiiigitu'.  The Dominion II iy celebiMtion nt  Trout L-ike City tomorrow will al tract  a good miniber of peoplu from Revel-  ftukM. S.'in" nl the gun i-lub will go  down to Xelr-on while a few of our  ;>lhl"li-" and ������.pnri������iniMi will take in  lbe cel������-hr_iti(in at Vancouver.  . Th"i'" will !"��������� tin- ii-n.-il services in  St. Peter*- rb.irib on Sunday. ^1'be  service* will be of a specialiv festal  rhmwlT :i" Snndav is within, the  ���������ivci-k follouing .S(. Peter's day. the  .-inni versa i y of th" apo_tle. in "whose  lionor llie cliurcli is dedicated.  J. TC. Fleming, the Melhodi-t lnis-  .-iiuiai-y. who has been working nt  Tiiuit Like Citv under Rev. S. J.  Th'>mp������-nn for Ihe pa.t vear, wept  tilt..ugh town yesteiday from a vi-.it  tu bis In-other at the coast. He will  coiitiiiu.. the work at Trout Lake City  for anolht-r year.  Mi-s Steel., has removed her quarter-In ilit- Smith hlock, where she has  , opened a studio for the instruction iff  P'tpiis-.-iri drawing iind pointing, in  addition to the cl;is������es which she has  b.-oti conducting-hitherto. Her new  card will be   found  in   our   nilvertise-  . men t. columns.  The shingle, famine at present raging  -ith unexeainpled severity  in  Revel-  alt e     has   prevented   C.   Boardman  ii completing the roof of his steam  "dry   ��������� and     in  consequence  from  jg  up   the   machinery   which   is  ^ in     the     building.    However.  : roof is on it will not  be  long  ^ei-ything is  in   foil  swing  in  i-v.  What Business Men Say.  ��������� Everything in season fo be had at  the Victoria Grillroom.  ���������The bicycle club eiilertaiiiiiient on  Tuesday evening will be ii. great  success.  ���������Lettuce and Crab Salad at, the  Hotel Victoria Restaurant, to-night.  ���������'���������The Man in Black" will be played  lo a full house on Tuesday evening,  July 4th.  ���������Kipling's latest work. '-From Sea  to Sen," jniffc in at tlie Canada Drug &  Book Co., Limited.  ���������New potatoes, cabbaife. onions,  green corn, strawberries at?*Lovering's  fresh every day.  ���������Insect powder, n new supply and  very strong, just opened a I, thuCanada  Drug & Book Co., Limited.  .���������Reserve youi' orders for photographs. Gould will be in-Revelstoke  i'roin 2(>th June, until further notice.  ���������A full line of Giinter's. Savage's,  iind Sheldon's books just in at the  Canada Drug & Book Co., Limited.  ���������The Lyceum Co. play one of their  best comedies for t,iio 'bicycle club  Tuesday evening next.     Don't, miss it.  ���������Speaking about good times, if you  want two solid hours of it, come to'  Tapping's Theatre, Tuesday evening,  July 4th.  ��������� Florida wnler, toilel. water,  Cologne water, best qualities at, the  Canada Drug & Book Co.. Limited.  ���������"Tlio Man in Black" Tuesday  night, for lhe R. B. C. If yon miss ft  you miss half your life. " Played by  the Lyceum Co.  ��������� Sponges, bath brushes. bath  gloves, and. tlie very best of toilet  soaps always kept at Iho Canada  Drug & Book Civ. Limited.  ���������We do not like to see anyone disappointed bnl. you will be if yon miss  the lt. B. C. performance. "The Man  in Black," Tuesday evening July l.  --In patronizing tbe bicycle club yon  do a good act besides yon gel two  doll.irs worth of fun for 75 cents.  Don't, miss their shine on Tuesday  night.  ���������The R. B. C. i ('presents- nearly one  hundred of the most intelligent, best  looking, up-to-date boys and girls in  town, and if you miss iheir entertainment on Tuesday night you are not in  the swim.  CIlWl  THE PASSING SHOW  The report of the annual meeting of  the Goldfields of British Columbia,  (Ltd,'), which tlie Heuai.d publishes in  this issue, makes interesting rending.  It also throws n. sidelight on Mr,  Kellie's recent denial of the statement  that hu is n local director of the .roiii-  puny. The fact of t.he matter, lis;  appears from the report, is that 'the  local board of directors has been dis-;  pcnscil with as 'an un necessary ^ex-f  pense. Tliere are portions of th  repoit, whicli would make a  laugh, if the animal Iiiul an'y kn,ow  ledge (if the parties and (.irruinstiiqccs  connected with them. The wprst..o[!if,  is thai, what with rushing into.,vast  expense without having tltioiqng|ily  prospected their properly, wliat with  unnecessary frills slic'h local directors,  whoso only ret urn for theii salaries  was tlie elTei't of their names on  intending Briiish investors, what, with  a highly paid stall* of ollicinls who, in  sunn.' cases, hardly know whnt thoy  wore paid for doing, the Goldlields of  British 'Columbia h.is run the usual  gamut of folly and mismanagement  inevitable under tliu eiiviinistaiieus,  willi the result that llio country guts  a black eye. But reports received by  lhi'.IIl'~!i.\i.������ are to the effect that  even now under decent management  'tlm Waverley nnd Tangier could both  be developed into paying mines.  The Leading Store  " Xo Bluster, No Fuss, Just liusincss, That's"All."  Bargains  Bargains  Bargains  Tomorrow the people of Revelstoke  and all other loyal Canadians will be  celebrating in their own fashion lhe  commemoration of the dny, 32 years  ngo, when the scattered links of the  crown colonies nortli of the St.  Lawrence .-mil -tilth parallel were  forged into one chain to be known  henceforth as lho Dominion of Canada. Yearly the . national sentiment  attached to this anniversary becomes  more :ind more of a' reality. Twenty  years ago it was scarcely existent.  Manitoba, the Northwest nnd British  Columbia hardly counted themselves  even then part of Canada. People  out wost used to talk of "Canada."  where they now speak of "the East."  There was very little communication  between this province and the rest of  tlie Dominion, while the plains and  foothills of the Northwest were only  known to n handful of pioneers,  traders, missionaries and mounted  policemen. There was uo national  Canadian feeling. In tlio very nature  of things it was impossible that there  should ba without intercommunication  between the various parts of tbe  Dominion, This medium was furnished in the face nf the persistent,  opposition of tlie very men who aro  now sustained in ollice by the results  of tho very policy, which they then  opposed, the railway policy of Sir  John Macdonald.  Valuable Services Rewarded.  At the Epworth League on Mnnriny  evening Inst, ice cream and cake,  plensnnl chat and asntial time was the  programme," until at, IL'iO Mr. C. F.  Lindmark read the following  animr.-s to jii.-s jesnie evan'  From thi' McthoclWt Chu-cli. Kevclstok.'.  Deft- Ml" Evans: Itis willi sincere recror  tlmt we lime lonrncil of\niiritiiendp.! removal  from our city, nml we lutve n���������einl.j.vl h,;re in  the church, which hn-i entered >.n liirtreb- u;!n  your -svmpnthl.'s nn.l hn- formeil -.e I m port nnt  a fin-tor in jour life clinracfer. m-nichi in .in  vou honor. Wo feel ft would not h" right nr  jim oririoti'Hy In nllow vou tu il->rmrt from n<  without the expre-sinii <,'n our pnrt of ilm Ln.-  weiiHbeiiryi.il. rniriin_: tin. pn-t Mm-., -..'iir  of yrnir resilience in Itev.'l't.iii.' >ou hnve 'O  con.lucti'il vi.ursclf (rom .Inv t.> ilny nnil lm\-  txfcen such n ilecp Interest In nil llie work- of  tlii" Cliurcli thnt v.ni linv." eiulenrcl wnir-������.f  to nil. Vour .iilthlul lervicrt in the's.in'lnv  -.-linol *��������� u.vnnl.-it.iiii.l n. tciiclier of oneof ih',.  mo-t Itnporiniit clns-i.i, Imi l,....n much viibn-.l  by tlio siiiiTliii-ii'l'Mit, the parents of tli.- Ii,iy<  Uuirlit. ninl we 1,,'lfi've thnt in'.|.re-w|otiw hn\..  been mnile mul -.eel .mi'n in tb.-*" yo'in:r  lienrt" t!i-t will bear fruit in nnhl.- lives fn the  ilny-. to com... Your ml.-ni of -.onir hns nj..o  Ix-en ln.Ii! upon lh.- nltnr of wiur Church unit  vour Lord n- well. Wc think Hint vou Imve  IlK'fnllv full.lie! thn: couplet In Ml-s If mer-  iral'i hymn.  "Take my voice nnd lc me ������(np-  _A1 wny-only fur my Kline.-'  Wc'ft--iir.> thai ninnv a nii.'since from vour  lips In mnjf wiil live in our lienrt-. for ninnv  (1b>-������. As to your work in the. Kpworth-I... il'iic  we wfih to thank you. lhc el.ccrfnlnc',, with  which you ulwnys iloiie the dulv inlrl upon  you, the kind words -poken, tne "effort made  to make life brighter for in nil w-..- have appreciated very much. Tiinueli perhnp-jin vour  rnodeitvyoii may not think thnt\on have done ,  nny crent Uiine, yet we hi-B to remind von thnt I  life it not made of jrrent deed . 'out of tlie little  things of everv dav- life, which if lived to  Chri"-t nurt for His snk-e. makes mir life solemn  in rcnlity and prcm with potentlnlitv. We hei;  yon to ncrept on heiinlf of tin; whole Church  this set of .silverwnre. We hope ilmt It mav he  of ferii.-c lo you in lhc new life and home  which we nnrterstnnd ynu arc ������.> --non to enter  nnd ticsin- lo c-xlenrl onr sincere wishes'or  your future happlne-s and n="fulne������s in the  i-phere lo which ynn mav he cniled in llie  Providence of Ood. 7 lie imrline from one who  has heen "o clo-ely liound up willi the life- of  our Church is hard to hear, but we commend  ynu to (lod's love nnd care in our hcnutiful  clo.sincliynin:  Ood be willi you till we meet Renin,  Ilv His councils sulde uphold yon,  With His Sheep securely fold you,  On'1 he with yon till we meet attain.  J. S. .1. Thomi-son, I'astor.  Rout. Ilonmos-, K. S. Supt.         |      A.S.I.-I.UVAN. ITCH. E. L.  I (Ivy lUl-KKlt, Choir Master.  The presentation was made by the  Rev. S. J. Thompson, the pastor of the  church. - Miss Evans was taken by  surprise. She requested the pastor to  express her thanks. Afler much  handshaking and many expressions  of kind regard from those picient.  Mifcs Evans said good-bye.  It   was   the.   (*!.    P.   R. whicli made  - o  Canada a nation, which opened up tho  Great "West and linked Halifax to  Victoria with a bund of steel. It was  tiie great merit of Sir John to have  seen the necessity of this link and to  have foreseen the results which would  follow from furnishing it. It is his  gi ent. claim on the gratitude of C in.-i-  dii?ns that he followed out bis object  through discoiiiMgeiiieut and obstruction, through evil lepmt, arid good  report, until lie s.iw ir. attained. Ho  may hnve made Canada pay a big  price for unity. He did nor. nor does  any innii of common sense expect to  iiiiikebnielefres wifhou(Tbu-iHuigi.-ggs.  In every department we are offering  very   .pecia!  inducements to  GASH BUYERS  The balance of our stock of Ladies' Summer Shirt  Waists and Skirts  AT COST.  James Gill & O  (H  HD  lH  (H  (H  (H  HI  III  il  il  (^  w,  11  Dealer in  O  o  c_^  O  ^d__4  Gents' Furnishing-s  Boots and Shoes  Hats and Caps  Stationery  Tobaccos  Cigars  Fancy Articles, Etc.  Board of Trade  The council of the board of trade  held its regular meeting last night.  II. A. Brown, president, in the chair.  The minutes of lust meeting were  read nud adopted. Communications  wero read from Hon. F. C. Cottoti re  canyon road; From the secretary of  the Rossland* board of trade re the  convening nt Rossland on August 3rd  of representatives of nil >,the boards  of Kootenny and Boundary Creek,  and asking Revelstoke to send two  d.elegntes. The question of getting up  an oro exhibit of North Kootenav ores  for the Paris Exposition was thoroughly gone into, and the board hnve  decided to send out circulars requesting' lhe mine owners to assist in  getting up the exhibit. The council  then adjourned'.  ���������Sinwborries and Cream at tie  Vic.���������open all night.  ���������Boston baked beans at the Hotel  Victoria Restaurant tonight.  The Lardeau Railway  The Trout Lake Topic has extruded  from Chief-Doncet. of the C. P. R.  survev party, .information to the effect  that, it is the intention of the company  to build-onlv ,;is .far as the foot of  Trout. Lake this fall and complete Ihe  line jtp Arrowhead next year. Tbe  linu will pass right through Trout  Lake City and will run along the side  of (be lake, which'will be lowered live  feet, to make a righl-of-wny.        , . -  Furnished Room to Let.  T.tiTsc, comfortable, in central locality; bath  room.   Apply at HnhAi.n office.  Miners Wanted.  Tlie Tancier Mine Ltd., Albert Cnnvon, H ���������..  requires six j,nod niiner.-.. Wages?3.U0 per day;  slinlt sinking ?!..-iU.  Notice.  Notice is herehy (_;iven tIint I, lhe undersigned have pu rehired tlie business of J. It. Hull  it Co., hutchers'nt Kevelitoke, nil accounts  owinp to nnd by .I. K. Hull A: Co.. Revelstoke  branch, will be collected and paid bv inc.  JAS. WOODItOW.  _ For Sale  A complete ������nw- mill outlit.    Kneine -10 h. p.,  boiler Go h. p.   I'lnner, inatelie.r ami moulder,  and sluncle machine.   Will sell  -whole or anv  part of outfit.   Applv to "Cl," Heuai.d.  Wanted  Vounp cirl to look after children and help in  housework.   Apply to Mrs. Chas. M. Fiuld.  Miss Steele  Teacher of Music, Lalin, French. Pencil  Drawing, Land-cape and I-'urure in black ami  colored i'rn\oii-, Oil and Water Color on ean-  vajvs, silk. -I'.tin, ete. Kveninjr classes iu English    branches    nnd    mnlhcmaties.     Studio,  SMITH  B-QCK.  FARM   FOR   SALE CHEAP.  Composed of GUI acrei, 100 acres under crop,  . 2no   ncrfs   bottom   lnnd    unbroken   and   weil  ���������i   n-ttinn -ir.d .-nr. ! iwlapt'"! for^'rus.s pro-in;;; two lari-'O irrigation  ,i   nation .inu < or.- | d,���������.he,p jn ������������������w, Ta]lllir., situated \i mPe from  verted the d.-.-id macliinerv of   cotifcd-. nk*,"??t" '?*'"! .���������sp.1i,;n;1,!'1 1fr,l|t Kr������������biK local-  ' ity; ali kinds ,.i fruit now bearing: particuliir  He may have created .*i monopoly, but.  in return h _   made  of   cntifed  eratinn into the very   real,   alive   and j lywlKpu-ri for -lock rnlsinK-oiie'o'f"thu best,  ' .-Bjiac- In  tlu- pruvlnru      House,  stable and,  assertive     sentiment      nf ""      * "  l  nationality", which    flourish"*    in such i rar",1 a!l.,f*n''",*A-   =il,M'1[': , ,������",'"--"i liorncii, 130  -" l-.cail cattle.     Walloon.   kIl-IkIi". inovvlni; nm-  nggn-hsive vigour fiom tho Atlantic to  the Pa<'ific todav.  A Lecture lor Joe  Altornev-fJcneriil" Mnriin     made   a  very grave inislake wheiihe iindertonk  to  reply   lo   lion.   T.   .Mavne   Daly's  pnlitii..il    ul toraiifi's    at     the     recent  banquet     in    Ros'-I.ind    to   ex-Lieut,-1  Governor   .\ii-Inlosb.        This   was   no,  occasioii for .iny ref.'i-enri!   lo   politii s. j  and    lliere   (.mild    be    but   one   result.'  under t he circumstances.   Though thei Retail I'"nb  accounts of wb-it   occurred   have   been!  grossly   exaggerated,   there   undi'iiht-l  cdly was nn unseemly brawl, in wliich ;  hine. two hor<,e rnl-es, a complete ontJIt of  Iiirinirn,'iiten-iiw. Also an interest in wharf,  1__ miles from I'"nchlanil. a mlnlnir town on the  Jake nn.l .i inl.es from the well known fruit  (HTiri on Irout crc(.k, I.'nilv steaniUiat connection. A jmradise for sportsmen, plentv of  wild ..'nine, l'rice. tv, per lien-. InclmllnK  crop, ^'.i.. k .in.' iiiifili'iiielit*     fn.|iiiri' nr write  t" Iia!i~.'KTT HlloTHt.K*. I'.-lltl.-loil. I!. (',.  I'.-.���������'i mil" Ir^in wtiarf,���������on ina[. known as  lln relay "Vhnr." Ml M  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  All or-leM promptly .'Illei".  _.rn.rDoU*la- ReVelstoke.  Houses for Sale  OR TO LET.  in���������  Beef.-Pork,  Mutton, Etc  a. .Minister of lhe Crown pnrUcip.ited. ��������� Fish and Game in Season.  We .lo not, believe in ignoring a matter  ol this kind, and a������ we cannot incept  as ;m excuse fur tho Attorney-Gen-  e:ill's conduct the fact, tll.it ho w;is j *" Kinc sts'  siiinrting under violent, provocation,  we ,-n-o compelled fo express (hi: utmost  disapproval of the whole occurrence  and of his roniicc lion with it. A  .Minister of the Crown must conduct  himself in public at all times in mub  a iiiinner a- lo givo no excuse whatever for the publication of such sensational stories ns have appeared in;,  cerlain papers in reference lo tho  Mcintosh banquet. Tho Sentinel will  Tiot-tolernte in any minister no matter  how high bis estimation of bim may  be as a public man, conduct that will  bring discredit, upon the government  of which be is a member and which  this paper supports. We feel sure  lion. Joseph Martin bitterly regrets-  what occurred at Rossland. arid we  sincerely hope it will prove ,t lesson to  him i'br all time.���������Inland Sentinel.  BUY YOUR  Silverware  XOW while the best "huvs" last  and the assortment i-s largest.  Watch  Repairing  A tirst-class wnlchmnker now  employed steadily milking good  timekeeper!,. All work l'Uii:-  autccd.      '  Mail Orders a Specialty.  Guy Barber3  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  McKenzie Ave.   REVELSTOKE.  8_S  m  X$l  rl<*  kg  B  "All Records Broken"  HOW?   WHEN?   WHERE? fg  WHY AT THE NEW CASH STORE, p  Where you got the freshest and best, groceries  at  lower prices t������H  than any oilier store in town.    Wo   deal   exclusively   iu  groceries KSS  k;#   and keep a full line of staple and fancy goods tu supply thu general ������&  t&   I*****1-1*- ^g  A Fresh Consignment of g|  Butter and Eggs Just Arrived. i|  Ri*?X  ___!  m  Leavo us yonr orders and get satisfactory goods at satisfactory  prices.  3������������������0������0������S������������������  D. Q. Cat heart,  Ahlin & Co.'s H  Old Stand.    f|  iummer Goods  Screen Doors  Screen Windows]  Spring Hinges  Door Bells  Garden Hose  Garden Sprinklers  ALWAYS    IN  Lawn Mowers  Garden Rakes  Refrigerators  Ice Cream Freezers"  Wire Meat Covers  Iron Pipe and Fittings-  STOCK  McCarty Block.  SXf Estimates given on roofing and furnace work.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Tn mn Stiu.iit, Cknthr.  Oppo.site Cownn liloel:.'  Latest,-Daintiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  Goods   in  town.  NIC-NACKS   ;  FOR PICNIC5.  M. K. Lawson.  *+*"i"l������l"l"M"t4'*'l������i'_-l-">'J"H-4"l'4"i������l������>  5 REVELSTOKE, B. C  ���������*   *     ���������  [n]������t@[i ^o<g^������iho^  4. GRILJL ROOMand  %   RESTAURANT.  OPEN ALL NIGHT.  *  d. V. PERKS. Prop.  ���������I"Hf"J"?"M"::"I"I"T"I"I"I������T"I'^"H"I"l"M������T"*!'(-  ' Natures   Own  Health' Preserver."  nie Quaker Bath  Cabinet  Turkish Baths nt Home. Saves Health, Life.  Medicine nnd Doctor bills. These Hiithsnre  Pleasant, Toning, Cleansing. Ue-I~iillillng,  Invigorating, Strengtlieiiin^ to the bmlv,  blood, miiKvlcs, heart, ete. I'or furllier pn'r-  tieulnrs, inforiniitlon or circulars apply to  Chas, J. Aman, opp������-station.  i BREAD AND  #"    CONFECTIONERY  Modem 8 roomed lions", plastered  Ihroughont,'*' city watei, lot, fjQxIOO,  corner of Ford and .Second Stieets,  SS1250; $350 down, balnoce easy terms.  Rent, $18.00.  8 roonied house on Third Streed in  Block iii: bath room, city witer, etc..  $12fM).    Terms arranged.  0 roomed house. Third Street, good  location, electric light, good horse  stable, hen house and wood shed, lot.  50x100:' price $1500.    Terms  arranged.  '-Apply���������  ,  I''AYJ5TTE JJUKHR,  Fire, Life, and Accident  ��������� '   "Insurance Agent.  The Revelstoke Street Car  COMPANY.  Tho Revelstoke Street, Car leaves  Vittoria Hotel for Station at 8, 0, 10.  11. T2, 2, li. 4. 5. 7, 8 and 0 o'clock.    .,  Leaves Station for Victoria Hotel nt  8J!0. 0.30, I0.W). 11.30,  12.30,  2.30,  3.30,  4.:tn. r,.:*). -.no. 8.30. 0.30.  StJNDAVs���������Leaves Victoria Hotel at  10. 12. 2.3. 7 and 0 o'clock.  Leaves Station at 10.30, 12.30, 2.30.  3.30, 7.30, 0.30.     ������������������  FARE, io CENTS.  J. V. PERKS,  Prop.  vi^ Everything you need in  ^ the way of  ��������� Fancy Groceries-'S  ��������� ������������������ Sgj  Try us Tor Picnic Needs and something 'M  liincy for hot weather. )&>  mffigmmm.  Sale-  -pKra_____T"^f������y ~yy  Having decided   to close  out  iny   business, I     m  prepared to offer my stock  of  Cigars, Tobaccos, Pipes,  Candies and Confectionery  nt wholesale prices. Now  is thc time to buy. All  new goods. Call early  and set nre the host.  J. LAUGHTON,  One door cant nl IIkiui.d ollice.  Wishing to Clear Out  tlio hloi'k of .1. A! ken head .t Co.,* composed of  WATCHES, JEWELLRY     u  and SILVERWARE  wc have reduced prices of same to a small per-  (eiilage above cost, nnd will continue selling  at reduced prices until July 15, Wc nUo iiuike  a.specialty of  Watch Repairing  each Job being thoroughly repaired and guaranteed fnr 1__ months.   No cure, no pav.  Mail orders promptly attended to,*nnd ox-  pre.-.s paid one w ay.  e. m~^\lLum,  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  Front St.  REVELSTOKE.  For the Choicest  and Best  Fruits and  Confectionery  The Best Makes of  Cigars and  _~������_~������r_e..  .. . try,; .      ' ..  Mrs. W.J. Lees'Store,,.  HcKenzie Ave. '      -  Ice Cream I'ai-lor in connection.  Bicycle Given  Away  On August ist, by the  ... HOTEL EDWARDS  Cull nl lliu hotel nud i-ce about It.  +-M'+'l"i"M������i"l"M"H"i������i������_'H"_+'l.*'_**  j ' For   '  I Removing  ^ From Clothes and for  j������ Cleaning Gloves  GREASE  OIL  PAINT-  TAR  PRINTER'S INK  ETC.  oung-  Men  You enn tires', well and save your  money by buying yonr Clolhea from us.  We have complete HneB of thc choicest  Canadian and Imported ^ Worsteds,  Serais, Tweeds and Trouserings; and  wc in?ure the fit of every (jarment that  leaves our Tailoring Department.  I        R. S. WILSON,  g CITY MERCHANT TAILOR.  USE  Gelatinized Gasoline  Magic Spot Remover  Prescriptions our specialty.  I FIELD & BEWS  PHARMACY,  *���������  t  z  t  2*   Lower  T   Town.  +  Revelstoke, B. C. *

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