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 ;   _>   ,,* i  ___PHW____B������r iwbtiwmiimiw-wiiiiii-ii  <&&  -ISSXJE13D   TWICE-A-"WEBZ: - WEDUBSDAYS    _a_j_T:D    STLTTTIE^ID.A.YS-  Vol. III.    No.  44.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7,1399.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  K  >���������>, /  _  The Great Departmental Store  BOURNE BROS.  Thursday Bargains  If there is any goodness in finding out where and when to buy worthy and seasonable  goods at prices that mean a big saving to tlie buyer, then this will be '��������� gootl " news ti^the  reader.       We  look   upon it  as  very  important news, and therefore see to it thut every S  jt  detail is true   to facts, so   that  when you come to see the goods you cannot, discount any j~  statement we have made about them. - *  The Sweep of Big  Business  This store is winning a vastly bigger trade because it deserves to. It's simply because we carry the largest and best stock in the city ,ond do our very best every day and  season to accommodate and save money for our customers. There is positively no need  of pending-east for your goods. Come and examine our goods; compare prices and quality  and we cancouvince you. Our cash sales are increasing every week, and why ? because  we back up our advertisements with facts���������we do just what we say we'll do. Every  department in our store contains new and up to date goods, goods that should satisfy the  most 'fastidious. - Large orders, mail orders, -telephone orders, small orders all receive  careful and prompt attention. All goods delivered free to any part of the city. Read  the following quotations carefully, and also watch for our Saturday announcement.  Ladies'- Sailor Hats  Ladies' Navy Black and Brown Rough  Straw Sailors with Wiile Black  Velvet Bands $1.23  Ladies' White Hough  Straw Sailors.  with fancy bands. $1-23.  L-idies' White  Rono*h  Straw Sailors,  low crown and blnck hands $1-50  Ladies'-Black. Brown a-nel  N.-tvy  Sail-  . .75c.  Oors, wide. brim.  Misses' Fant-v Rough' Straw  Sailors,  wilh wide hands..... ..$1.00  Misos' C-ii-dinal Rough Straw .Sailors.  with black bands 03c.  Children's Sailors  White and   Fancy  Children's  *   Cold Ribbeiu bands   Sailors.  ....40c.  White and Nnvv Fancy Rough  Straw  Children's Sailors   2.V  Cardinal,   Brown   and  Black.  Children's Sailors   White Kinp Straw  fancy hands    Children's  Faney   75c.  Sailors.  ...$1.00  Tunis.  Children's Jubilee  Babies' Bonnets.  .33c.  1  V-  Babies'  Muslin    Bonnpfs.   willi   oppn  work, worth -10c.���������this sale, each.23c  Babies'Fancy Muslin Bonnets,  worth  65c��������� this snip, each.  ..'. -10c.  Shirt Waists    '  A matchless ������how of \vaisi<~. the  newivst. of the new. in Percale.  .Minims and White Cambric Lann-  dried Collars .ind Cutrs. Monday,  two verv special ' lots remnikahly  pond 81.25c. Waists for 75c. unel the  $1 waists for 30c.  Muslin Underwear  Muslin Night Gowns, wilh surplice  veike, trimmed with Hamburv,. well  worth $1.50.    This sale ,..' ..$1.00  Gowns of line' Cambric, trimiiipd -with*  Irish point. Insertion T.ii'k" Yoke,  wm th at the verv least $2.00. * This  sale '. $1.30  Umbrella Drawers with live inch ruffle,  per pair *.... .03c.  Good .- Muslin Drawi'rs. tucked. nor  pair:'..   .-'..."....."*: ���������:...-..'. .50c-  Undee "Skirts Jwith 1>>"P Ruffle,  tucked  and  well  ple'iiteel���������this  sn'r-  ��������� .;....- ! r:.$i.2o  Bl'ie-k-Satppn Uiifter Skiit.s with dpen  flounce and ruffle*: cut, wide -nd well  made, more than usually good. .$1.25  Parasols  Tomorrow a shnwintr of new Parasols.  Hie se^iisei'i's iipwpsI. ideas. Rustic, and  Fancy IIunfiles. ������tp. 1 frame's and  ������������������nils, in tilain a ml, fancy ee dors. Th_  figures begin at $1.23  More Men's Shirts  Piii-tiPiibir men will respond quickly  te> this notice.  ONE THIRD LESS "  Than current, prices. Only by buyinsr  larce quantities could we get tho  price down. '  Men's RpcraHii Shirts in pt'pttv elc-iarns.  cuffs attiie'hed; quite swell ship's.  $1.25_fiiips_for_._._._._. .-_,__���������-���������_���������_-,���������_���������_���������-;_-���������...Tpc.  Handkerchiefs  15c. one's for 8j\e.  \ lot of I,nilips* Handkpre'hii'fs with  i*mbroielpri'el cnfimi'S. " Anywav  thpre's a bis pile and you mav take  them tomorrow at 3 for 23c.  Women's Oxford Shoes  Knit Underwear  More of the* Knit Underwear wp told  von nf I hp other elay. Derby Rilibeel  Vests, all sizes, for women, medium  weight, per carnient 15c.  Women's Underskirts  J1 Black Sateen Petticoats with deep  i \ flounce und ruffle" cut. wide and well  <t made, more than' usually good.  Jt    for $1.23  ���������I.���������������������������  Three Extra Specials  in , Dress-Goods  Dress   Geiods .   have     received-   their  inari-hing unlets.     Sroe-ks  must, hi'  deal eel at, any cost. We caiiiiolalt'eird i  10   wait��������� longer   anel    murk    gfiodsj  accordingly.    These   clearing prices|  for this sale,  Our 40c. and 50c. Dress.. Stuffs <  ,,   .for 25c...a.. Yard , _.  I * ' ,  75 Yawls .'IS in. Tweeds in a splenelide,  * r.intre nf colors and e-beiice mixtures (  of Gray. Fawn, Brown and Bine,!  suitable for liii-yrlinir rr Tailor Suits (  'regular pi ie-es 40c. and n()c. This sale  te) clear at......' 25c.  A $6.50 to  $7.50   Black  Length for $4.00  Dress 1  Wp have a few paii  . left���������thiii sale   s of those  $3 lino  ...$1.50  Clothing Specials  Wp pride ourselves in thp Olnthtne wp  kppp. It's not nf the ordinary kind,  ni'ithf r nn* our prices as much as nre  usuiillv asked. Neiw anil then we  cut bplow nnr rpafiilnr prices which  means chances like this for this salt*:  Men's Suits mndp of Navy Blue Sprue  and Brown Check Canadian Tweed,  regular price $8 50. this sale $5.00  Boy's Twn-Pip.ee Suits. Short. Pants,  lined with Best Italian Cloth. Sizes  23 to 28���������this sale $1.75  TIME FOR A CHANGE  Everybody   who   is anxious' to see  this   place go ahead  will  be glad  to  learn that the recent attempt to divert,  the appropriation to finish the  wagon  road to the canyon  towards  building  ti ails in  the Big Bend   district,   has  failed, the government having elccided  that the money must be  expetided  ein  the* object for which   it  was  voted  or  else lapse   altogether.    The Herald  has a shrewd   suspicion   that, among  tliis nimilii'r mny be reckoned quite a  few oC   those who led  away  at  first  rather by  tlieir feelings  than  reason  votetl  tei have the  appropriation   diverted   in  the manner   suggested  hy  Mr. Kellie-, but, who on calmer e-onsid-  I'l'iitiiin  are  now very  glatl  tei know  that the wagon routl and   with  it. the  teumboat. service are assured.    At t he  same time those who. like the Herald,  think that, consielerable money should  also  be expended  this   year nn  trail  building   in     the*     wealthy    'miuprnl  country to the  north  eif Rovolstoke,  may rest assured that Mr. Kellie,  who  is now at Victoria,  will  not find  the  government   unwilling   to   incur    an  increase   of    expenditure   above   the  appropriation,   if.   as   nf course can.  good reasons be, shem-n- for its  necessity.   Mr. Kellie's lecent attempt to  rob this   place of the c-myon  wagon  road wns not only an  outrage  hut a  totally unnecessary one'. % The*   money  could   have   been   obtained   for   this  object last, spssion  if Mr.  Kellie: had  not been either toei modest or too lazy  to ask for it. and it can be got now. if  he goes the right way  about it.    The  root of the whole tremble seems  tei be  that' Revelstoke*    is    represented or  rather misrepresented   by* a  meuiber.  who   can ies   no   weight   with  either  side of  tl'.e   house   anel' whoso   whole  available steiek of energy seems  to be  consumed    during   the    'vacation   in  devising petty scheme's feir t.he benefit,  of his supporters and the inju.iy of his  opponents.     As   long . as Revelstoko  and district  are. represented, by this  class of man, so.long~.111r business men  may expect te) be put to  considerable  trouble anel  occasiemally. expense  in  fighting the battle's 'eif   this  place-at  Victoria  for themselves.   So far  mir  member   has'   been ��������� -found     consistently opposition  to   any   project, pnt  fiifwnrel with a view  tn" tfoe .preutress  of Reve*lstoke."'  In^the^iiialtei'-Vif tlie  prut eetion of the river bank, "of the  itirtirporutinn jit lhe  town,  lastly of  tliis  cauyrui   mnd.   te)    mention   only  rt'i-e'iit-anel  salient,   instances,  so   far  from   Mr.    Kelliu * proving    of,  any  assistance tn Mie  party of progressive  ideas  in   Revelsleike   he  has   always  been one of the worst obstacle.-, which  it has had to encounter. '  and as of course vvas always obvious,  bv Mr. Kellie for these appointments.  With one exception the Hkrald considers tlipin good appointments. That  one exception is taken not only by the  Herald but by almost everybody else  in town, except, of cenirse Mr. Kellie  anel his select advisers. This appointment we are assured, can be upset, if  the proper representations are ninde.  The Herald urges upon the city  council the propriety of making them  while there is yet time, that is before  the 130th day uf I his month, when tlie  appointments will have to he renewed.  15 onlv Black Dress Lent;! lis e-insisting (  of Mohair iind Woeil litruri's. stripes  figureil Poplins, rich Mati'lasse audi  Hrocadi'--. l'lips.' are: eleirant new  rich goods. 6 and Ok yards in each j  lentrth. The regular prices were (  $5.50 $(( anil $7-At this great, sale'   $1.00?  A $4.50   Navy   Blue , All-Wool <  Serge Skirt Length forJ$2.25  10 emly   Navy   Blue*   All-Woeil  Sersret;  Skirt I.eiigihs, nice*   iiiedtiiin  Twill.  Smooth   finish.    Special    price ..for!  Miissalein If, yard lengths $2.23(  Havi'ig-piii'c ll used���������youi���������Dre*s3-Gooels.-};  step around tei the lining anel trim-  miner   counters.      We    have    soineV  really   good   things   awaiting , you \  there. ���������  Hardware Specials  Meedianics tools and useful household  articles at prices that, mean a handsome .savins for those wlm buy from  us. A few items l.u emphasize that  fact:  SiTeen Doors $ 1  Window Scr'-ens. spi ing sash...     1  Peilato Mnshers   Cake- Cutters   Oil Stoves :     Toast Racks .   5   lb.   Japan ed   Cun*-.   just   the  thing for picnic parties   Grocery Specials  Winchester Hams. "Wincheste*i' Bacon. ������  Premium Hams.  Kmpire Breakfast  Bacon. California  Hams,  .1  ciirliiad  of   the   above   celebrated  brand of  Cured Meals just arrived. '  Wholesale  and  Retail  Revelstoke - Nakusp  General  New Denver  Merchants.  Burton City  The* Herald would like to draw the  attention of the' city e-eiiindl te) that  part of the re-port eif the recent dele-  gation to Victoria which refers tn the  recent appointments to the police and  license cotnmissinns iu this place.  Xow. while mnst strenuously objecting  to the principle involved in these appointments and considering that the  recommendations' of'he city council  shoulel have been nelopteel by the executive council of the province in the  first plat e. thellERALD has never given  utterance to any objection against the  persons nominated, as we now  know  A SUCCESSFUL DELEGATION  An Interview With the Executive Council���������The Waggon Road to the Canyon  Will be Built���������Money Can be Obtained  for Trails, if They are Necessary, and,  if Properly Applied for.���������The Appointments to the Police and License Commissions Here.  Messrs.   II.   J.   Bnurr.e   anel II.   A.  Brown, the delegates sent by the bnsi-  iiess men of Revelstoke, retiirneel froin  Victoria Sunduy morning.    Thev were  we*!I pleased with their interview with  the members of the executive  council,  whom   tbey   met   in   a   body.    They  found that a letter  hail already been  sent to Mr.  Kellie* stating   that the  money   nppi npriated   feir   the canyon  waggon roael   iruiltl   not   be diverted  from the ohjiset for which it was voted.  The vole for tbe road had been passed  at. Mr.   Kellie's   instance and it. would  be  difficult for   the   executive  to explain to the legislatuie its diversion to  either   objects.   It,   woulel  be,  in  fact  impossible    to    divert    it.      Even   if  the money was not spent, on  the*  road  it would be as difficult tei get the same  amount to expend on  trails  as if the  appropriation   was   actually * used  on  the road.-   If   proper   representations  for iheir necessity were made it would  be still possible feu- Mr.  Kellie;  to  get  money tei expend on trails  in- thu  Big  Bend district.    Mr. Cotton had already  written to Mr. Kellie stating  that the  special   appropriation   fnr  the  wagon  roael could   not  be   diverted  froin  its  specific  purpose.      Mr.   llunie.    being  asked, stated  lhat be considered   the  w.i gem    reiiid _a   necessity,   and   that,  knowing the river as  heilid,   he eliel  nolconsidei-;that -llie  Vilnyoiv could  have been   made   navigable   wilh   the  small  ,-imiMiub of. money   whic 11  had  been spent 011 it.      In   his  estilii'ibion,  having   done   business   up   there   for  some years, the* only way tei  open   up  llie Big liend wiis by 11 wasriiu   roael tei  the head of the canyon  .ml .slc.uiihnal  connection above.   Once il, was opened  up in this  wav,   trails   wtuilel   laconic  necesMiry.    The executive assured the  delegates  that the   luonev  would   be  spent, for that purpose for which it was  voted.  Willi regard tei the recent appointments tei the license anil police ci|in-  inissions here Mr. Mait.in staled thai  they had. been, made. at. the direct  request., of Mr. Kellie. lt was supposed by the executive that, he hael  reeommi'iided persems who we've  acceptable to the people nf Revelstoke.  The commissions would expire ein  .lune 30l li nnd il" tbe appoint ment'*  made ab Mr. Kellie.'s receiiiiineiidatiein  were" nut accepbihle to lhe people,  proper repi-'scntntious should be made  tei have them altered. 'Otherwise they  would be renewed.  The delegate's were meist courteously  received and left, the executive 1I111111-  hei' Iheirotighly satisfied with thu  results of their interview.  DOMINION DAY  Excursion to St. Leon Hot Springs  Arranged by the Methodist Sunday  School.  The. committee of the* Methodist  cliurcli Sunday school have arranged  to hold a picnic excursion to the St.  Leiui riot. Springs 1111 Dominion Day.  An in vital ion is exi ended to the Presbyterian church Sunday school to  ���������tttcud in a body and lei all children.  Transportation for children under II  free. A elicitp rale will be arranged  for adults. The excursion will leave  town at 8 a.tn. and return at about 7  o'clock in the evening, giving several  hours .it the spring*-. The Revelstoke  Rrass Band has consented to give  their services for the dav.  DISALLOWED  The Anti-Japanese Act  Interfered 'With  by the Dominion  Ottawa. Out., .lune5. ���������An oreler-in-  founcil has lii'i-n passed disallowing  Lhe anti-Japanese legislation in British  Columbia.. The Semlin-M.irtin government refused tn amend the act as  desired by Imperial authorities, slating that it would impede de-irable  iiniuigraliiin lo permit an influx of  Japanese and would operate lo the  eletriment of lhe lahoi-ins e-Ui^ses. The  main bill only has been dis .Unwed.  The companies bills, of whiih there  me a number, will remain in operation.  Mining Matters in the Lardeau  Dave Cowan and Jeihn Hickman  leave today to commence work on the  Lucky Four, a group of claims si touted  on Boulder creek, about seven miles  from Trout Like*.  Work will be commenced on the  Silver Queen in the course of a few  days. Dave Cowan received orders to  continue lhe work nf croSsc-utting just  as soon as he could get supplies lo the  property.-  J. W. Westfall, superintendent for  the Old Gold & Primrose Mining Cocaine in this week from Rossland. He  will ceiniinence work 011 two of the  company's property anil will use a  largely increased force of men. The  properties the: work will be done on  nre two of the finest strikes made in  the district.  Mcssis. Morrison. McConl and Johnson have given uu option for 30 days  on the John L. Group to Jas.- Dixon of  Vancouver. The* value placed on the  property is $21,(KK).  Tho Silver Belt group, on Brown's  creek, west-of tbe south fork of the  Lurdeii 11 river and upon the .famous  Silver Chip ledge,* will, be "actively,  worked the coming summer. The  owners, H. II. Jeihtistone and M. H.  Dnbii'. of Rossland. and G. K. Morton,  St. Tlioniiis, Out., will be asso'ciateei  with eastern capitalist's as a syndic-alt*,  to develop, survey and crown grant  llie three claims and incorporate a  company, the pioperties being mean-'  time vested" in trustees.���������Trout Lake  Topic.     ,  Leaving the Country  Kaslo, June 1.���������On tti-dny's train  tlieri* were 120 passengers. Ihe largest  number the train lias .brought in for  some time. They were mostly miners  lrom Whitewater and Sandon who  urt* em their way out of the country.  All the mines in the district shut  down today letting out their men. the  greater part of these are gointr" to the  Cceurd'AIeries. Montana and Colorado,  while some will remain here doing  assessment work and waiting for the  mines to open up again. A gooel iiiany  nf the miners were in favor of accepting Ihe $3 and going back lo work.but  lhe majority wanted tu fight for their  demanded riuhts, so it. was decided lo  refuse the otTer of Ihe mint* owners.  Kaslo is full of idle mineis at piesent  us a' result.  OUTFIT FOR TETE JAUNE CACHE  Leaving- Golden by Boat and Pack  Train��������� A Bridge Built Across Wood  River���������A Live Member Makes a Live  District. '  Tbe first  pack   train  of ten   horses,"  carrying about a t.ni of supplies,  went,  out this morning for Tete Jaime Cache. *  This comprised Sprolt's anel  Deacon's  outfit.    Another   parly  will   start tomorrow- and further pin-ties will follow  almost daily.    Thc  large  party  being  -ent   by   XV.   G.    Mitchell-Innes   will"  leave Golden on Sunday morning. The  In ml hns been completed and launched ,.  nn the Kicking Horse.    She  is  named"  the Good Luck anel will be in command  of Capt. Hatch who will take her down  the Columbia 10 Beaver.    A carload nf  supplies bas been  shipped   to  Beaver,  and this and other boat's sent  by  rait  will  be   loaded 'np   there   and  taken.,  down   on   the" Columbia  river.     The  pack trains',will   meet   the   honts "ut  Surprise-Hapids nnd portage  the tttip-  plie-.   I.herer       After     being  lowered  through the rapids the. boat vvill again   .  lo.tel up and lake lhe supplies  to  the  rapids below the lake where  they will  again unload tn the pack train.      This  plan of operation  will  have   the   advantage that it, will lighten the  travel  .  for   the   horses,   especially    over  the  snow-clad   summit   between    Donald  and Bush river.  F. Holiday.  Morin   and   party  will  start tin Monday.    Fred's services as  ���������in experieiie-ed prospecteir have  been  in demand in packing up  in a suitable  "  way for the trip  the supplies  derived'"  from the different merchant*.    He has  also been commissioned by thpgovprn-  iiient to   huilel   a   bridge   over   Wood  river.     As this has beijn  a dangerous  crossing the work will bp a. great���������con-  .  veuiene-p to the gold seekers traveling  the trail.  Frank Berthiaump. is taking tlm two  government boats that will be.  placed on Bush river down with him. .  The boats are being shipped to Beaver  nnd will be taken dow.n the river from  tliere. ~ ".  A relief party. has ,.heen sent out  with supplies, from Donald to meet  Archdeacon McKay on his return  from the Cache.   \  Thu  The Slocan Closes Down  Xelson  Tribune's   reporter   at  New Denver writes as follows,   under   - ,  date of Friday last:      *:        ,  Thursday  marked  the inception1 of:���������!*  the lirst. snuggle in this camp between* _���������".  capital   and   labor. ,-Aparb? from-the ,  }  fact tliat that lhen' v. ere a.'-fewj .mm-e '..  men in town, no one woulel* lie'Iawart*./  that   a  determined   contest   was on >.-'  between     organized,  forces.-- or that   ."  anything  unusual   was   liiking-place. ~'~"*  Throughout the various towns there is-.'1,  no perceptible excitement and  notthe^ -,  slightest indication of li-mihlp. Almost; .'-  all the, mines  have dosed down  aneV'y.,  tbe skilled labor is idle.     The excepf  tions which follow suiL nn  June-12th."^-..  when the eight hour law  comes  into"  "  force.    The cessation nf'ijvoi-k  applies*  10 llie iiudeiground work   mainly,   for.,  several     properties     ate    continuing  surface development. -, Many  i"if ^he' LV  men  are   beading   for   the    Lnideau-  JJiitican     country    where    they .will-  spend   the   summer   prospecting.,., In'",  lhe lowns. however, one can   notice  a *.y  con ti action in business circles and the- i  merchants are complaining of deterior-  atintr sales.    Some of the hotel keepers  iu tlie camp are favoring the closing  of their dining rooms so as not to incur  t.he expense of holding up the men.  Luckily. liowevor,:thuse advocates are  few in nuinber and tlie. men will find'  universal good treatment as in days of  yore. Ib "is reported, that the mine. ,.  owners have given winning to the  men on their respective stalls refusing  to sign the new schedule that, they  will i*ob get another chance for employment ~\ hen the wage question'.s  settled. >*o farmers from Manitoba  or Ontario have yebniade their appearance to take tlie place of the men'  011 strike.-  -ARE   NOW   TO'  BE FOUND-  All Over The Paper  J  The Complete List Can Be Obtained on Application  to  ��������� Consumers' Wholesale Supply Store  The Story of a Broken Pledge  Victoria, June 3.���������A'vinlent alter-  i-atinn between ministers Martin anil  Cotton took plate ' yesterday- 'nt a.  private interview between the members of a ' Vancouver^ delegation and  the exe'ciitivu respecting Deadman's  I-liind, and1 though the delegation  pledged themselves io secrecy as to*  lhe proceedings, it story of'an unseemly  row has leaked out, together with  other information. As imp elele������gute  [nit it, .Martin simply maele a lag nf  Cotte.n. diariring. hiin'.with rank disloyalty to Vancouver, nf which Martin  pioclaimed himself the champion. He  freely tevealed details of the proceed-"  ing of recent cabinet meetings, and.  il. is said, vittually gave Cotton tho  lie. Semlin seemed greatly distressed  at .Martin's violence and repeatedly  begged him to bu more'temperate, hub,  the alien n^y-geiieial look no notice of  the premier's remonstrances. "  I^W****^^********^  -M"M.-I"M"-4-���������_--������������������-4"I"1"-  Mail  Orders  Promptly  Attended  To.  ^,^.^.^.^..j.^.^.^.^.j.^.^.4..j.-j  Our price list ia worth studying, mid it is of great interest to  the Consumer because it shows wliat the best of-roods are  honestly worth. We carry a complete, stcuk of Staple and  Fancy Groceries; Teas, Coffees. Spices, Dried Fruits. Etc..  and we have only one price list in which the prices tire based  on the lowest figure that goods can be sold for  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.  WHITE    TOB    OTTIR,    OATALOG-TJE    TO  the e. APPLBTON Company,   .REVELSTOKE, B. O.  Tragedy on thc Lake of Clouds  L.UiOAN.   .Alberta. .June     3.���������(via.''  Sc.-ttl. ). ��������� Between 25 and  '.ill  Indians,'  ini'liieling men.   women  and  children.-  weie  te.ehiy drowned   in  the Lake of  Clouds,   near     the   Canadian   Pacific  Itailway.  whie.li  irosses   the re.serva-_  lion,  labile  coming  tei  atleiiel   a  pot-"  latch.     They were travelling in iie.als."  iiid-ly manufactured of ciiiilinu skins,'  when two  long  boats  c-iillidcd.    Both'.  vessels were rendered useless  and  thn"  entire   p.rt.y     lost.     A   third   vessel.*  hearing skins of deer, bear,  mountain,  sheep and glials, and manned by  four  India us. readied the spot as   the  last  survivor   slipped   from    ihe  capsized  boat anil disappeated in the Klacier-feel  witters nf the lake.    I)eli-e* clouds weru.  re-sting over  the .sin face  of  the   laku  iind wore responsible for tlie incident.  Miners 1   Steer Clear of tbe Slocan  The following has been received,  dnlv authenticated, at the Vancouver  Worlel office:  " Owing to a reduction in miners*  wages, caused hy the enforcement of  the eight hour law, the'uiiners are all  idle and the mines are shut down,  therefore all working men are warned  to keep away from the Slocan and.  Kootenay country^ B.CV until present  troubles are amicably settled between  the mine owners and miners."  Grant Cox,    . . ,  Sec. Sandon Miners, Union.-  Sandon. June 2,1S_5_.- ~-___-  IMPERIAL BA.NK   OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,060  Reserve     -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  ���������   H. S. Howlanct   President,  e_������o.   1_m������1"m������." lie p r i"uo. i������ir_tl| line tor : T.R.Merritt, Vice Pres., (St.Catba,rinsi=  jr������ lp_.rtt ���������������: * for ������������.h additionalli.sertlmi. ;     vVilliam Kaiusny,  Ro'beit Jaf"*~'uy,  R������������e!liif notice*. locp������r line-eKcti i������*iie.  Bi3h. ���������''"""_    X ' , ..,,.���������,, j   j...    .,,  *������,r.*Je_._-l>*aih..oti.������-.. free. Hugh Ryan,   T.   feulherliiud  si n> ..di  SataM-ipne-Ui Kaie>:   By mull ur currier fl W . Elias   Itoge-is.  par-aa-iu; ������l."o for six manilx. ������t,riciiy iu [*)_ r   wilkie. General Mauag'ir.  nur Job  Dfoinmrnt:    Inv:  H������kw.t> Jot-; Brrmobee  Irtpjrt-neni  U  one   ot   the    Deal    e__iuiiip������a ;      -.       .   Wes- ,,..,( HrifclHb C.'oluUlbU  prin;in;o."~lce*ia V-wi KooK-n_y, ina m pre.- ���������     "orcn **> tw.. hiiu t>iu.ii.u um.uiuu>  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in Interest- o  Kevtlitok*.   I_trde_a, Bis Bend. Treat Lake  Illiciliew-ei-, Albert Canyon. Jordan  Port and lUgle Pua _>is_*loU.  A- JOHNSON Proprietor  A (Saml-Wtcklj Journal, pu.llihed ln the  nterceta of Kevel*to_e and the oarroundlDK  itaict, Wedneedayi and -AlurJ^i o, making  idcwal eo__*ction������ witn all ������ai_������.  AdrartUliic lUlei: Di_.jj.___y ada, 81 SO per  (���������lama Into. 14.1)0 per inch  -hen Ii.aert _d on title  IHfb ._, execute ������ll kln.l������ of v.ri^tiuK; in nrsi Kraudon  viae* ityle >t bouesc prii-os One price to all. fifti,Ift_���������  Nu jod 100larue���������none too sni-ll���������fortm. Mm) j "gybaly  urdew promptly fcttecded to.   UUe ua a trial ! Ivlmnni-nn  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  Val_COUV<~  Winnipeg  Rpvelsr.oki  on your next order.  To CorrMpondenu:   We int       correspond,  enee on any tnbject of intrreet to the general ,  public, and  desire a rell-bl'   regular  corre*- ! Essex  sondent    in     every     locali'        surrounding , c.���������__-,_  K-.Teltto_e.   In all cumet the bona flde nami i ������,   ,������UB  a', the writer muslace������mpany manuscript, bin I Gait  r ot aeeeMarliy for publiciwiio... , 'rieersnH  Addreat all eo.nmnnloationa  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke..8. C  Nelson, B.  Listowell  South Edmonton  ONTARIO.  Niagara Falls   ISt. lhoma^  Port Colborne iToronto  Rat Portage       Welland  Sault St. Mariei WoodstocV  St, Catharines |IIamilton  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of  $1   and    upwards    received    and  nterest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial,  Municipal  l. All .aiindenee    must   bo    legibly   -ind other debentures purchased,  written on  n  .,'de of the paper only. Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Avail  I. Correapaidvnoe containing personal .v,i~ -.. oil nnint-s in Cpnada Uuited  maitar nnwTik* jiirned ie iih tl.������ pr per name *P.le J6 au P,01?!, lnc~a������ 'tr,, '������������������������,  cf th������ wmei. Kingdom,     United    States,     Iiurope.  3. i onaspsadence  with  reference   to any   India,   China,  Japan,  Australia, Nov  Ikias tbat  has   appeared   In   another   pauur   Zealand   etc  touj: tint be offer*) for publication to  thai        __-,.,-.       , ,  aaper befoia it can appear in Ihi Herald.      I     Gold   Purchased  '*" ~"    **"      " !    This Bank Issues Special Rocolpts  which will be accounted for at any of  HITIGE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  i'  WEDNESDAY.  JUNE  1S99.  A PEACE OFFERING  At last the attention of the Dominion cabinet has been drawn to the  unfavorable state that the Liberal  party in "Winnipeg and Manitoba is  rapidly falling into. Tho immense  energy the various Conservative organizations in that province have been  devoting to preparations for tho  coming elections, and the great headway that they have made, have forced  the cabinet to consider what policy  ot conciliation it would be best to  pursue.  Of course" the Hon. J. Israel' Tarte  comes to the fore at once. Bribery  pure and simple is what he suggests.  He has spent millions' of the public  money in Quebec to hold that province to its allegiance; surely the  same policy will pay in Manitoba.  Accordingly he assists his colleagues  to furbish up their momory of pre  election "'pledges and triumphantly  hits upon the St. Andrews Rapids  scheme. Just the thing for Manitoba, says Tarte, and' prepares to  spend some more of the public money  in an attempt to secure the province  to the Liberal party. ''It Is now announced that some $200,000 will be  spent this year on clearing tho rapids  and a further sum of 5500,000 will be  included  in the  estimates  next year.  There can be no. doubt as to tbe  benefit that this scheme will bring to  Winnipeg and tbe province of Manitoba at large. But why has tho performance been delayed' so long, and  why has it been decided on at so  suspicious a moment? Why havo  the promises given in pre-election  days in* 1896 not been carried out  until the eve of the provincial olec-  , tions is; at hand and a bye-election is  pending? While the people of Mani  toba will no doubt bo glad that tlie  Rapids are at last-to bo cleared, yet  they will have the sense to see that  this Is mereiy a sop thrown to appease their just wrath and will therefore not allow their opposition to the  government to be undermined by it.  The expenditure of public monoy for  the public benefit is one of the duties  of government, but when it becomes  a case of using such expenditure for  party ends it is a time to speak out  boldly and call a halt.  the Hudson's Bay Co's   Posts in the  Yukon ank northern districts-  A. R. B   HEARN,  Manager Rovelstoko Bracuh  /^ WALL >S  Papers  fvilty. Iii^niiii.*, 'Miens,   T'm-  bosseii Gilt?, mid  hordeis   >f  all descriptions.  TltocheaiJC!*- nnd ln;������U stoek of  WAI___1\VPE_<S in tliu city.  Liberal  discounts   riven   on  nil cnali orders.  I   den]   only    in,   AV A  L I.  V A P K ilS   miflMiHcit nn  inspection or iny btoek.  W.6. Birney  JAcK-EJlZIE JIVE.  The list of winning mounts in  Great Britain is headed by Madden  with _3, Sam Loates is next, with 4t,  Tom Loates 39. Tom Cannon 3S, Tod  Sloan and lllckaby a tie with 32,  Sloan rode IG consecutive losers.  Dr. Dawson, ot the Dominion geological survey, states that while  petroleum has noi been found at Athabasca, indications at Egg and Poli-  enn lakes in Northern Alberta were  such as to justify a further prosecution of the search.  The Richmond Guardian. dP-Hm:  with the gerrymander, instances fou.  counties under the new hill���������Brant-  Norfolk, Parry Sound and Kent���������tor.  ���������which eight members are allowed for  127,931 population, or ono membor  for every 15,991 people. Another set  of counties���������Simcoe, Welland and  Toronto���������have eight members for. a  ]_i.iut..ii.uiii u: _b.i._i'>, or on- tor each  35,i;'i5 people. Why is it, asks the  Guardian, that the first eight members will each represent 15,991 people,  and that the second eight will each  represent more than twice that number. The answer is obvious. The  first eight will represent Liberal constituencies, and the second eight Conservative constituencies.  WHITE. GWILIilM & SCO  CHURO      DIRECTORY  V| HTUODIST CHURCH - Rovolstoke.  ���������"A Proachlng servicua tu. 11 a.m. ni tl 7:3U  p.m. Ciii-8 meeting al tho clemo ot the  morning oervlou. .-abb-th school and Bible  Cluas _t 2:30 p.m. Weekly picyer meeting  eveiy Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. The  public aro cordially invited.   Se-ita treo.  KEV. S. J. TUOMl'SON, Pastor.  f-HURCH    Oir     ENGLAND-St.    Peter's  X^   Kevelstoko     Hours of service:   Evening ������������������  prayer  dally  at  5  o'clock, Fridays  ttt   7:30. i  nimdaya arid Festivals:   Holy Communion nt, *  tt.m., morning pruyor at 11.   Sunday  School  nnil Bible ClusB al __:_*'. evening pmy- r at 7:30.  First Sunday in the mouth Hol>  Communion  at moi'U-iiK bureicus.   PllKSinTEKlAN    i:HUiti;H ���������KuyniKtokv.  f-urvue  ei.i., .-iineiuy aclln.ii. aI.iI 7:''U  , p.m      Hit. o  II ae   _t   ~~::H)   p.in.,  to  whlnb  11 are'  .e.-i.-on.u.    Prayer   iieling i.i h p.m.  i -.-vei-j Wciliiu^oay.  HKV. T. MKNZIES. v-Htnr.  PETTIPIECE'S  Directory    -|OQQ  and  Map    IOW  fl_kiliA_i*AA_._(k_A_AA&A-".a-iAA*itAAA_B  ^mmm^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmts,  IJ OMAN    t-A-HOU"-)   CHURCH���������Revel-  Ivv   iitolio.     Muss   iirat and Uilrd Sundays in  month ni 10:30 a m.   REV. FATHER THAYER.  Harristers,   Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Etc.  Taylor Hlock, McKenzie Avenue, llevelstoke Station.  Money To  Loan.  W.  White,. 1.   M.   Scott,  B.A.,  Q.  C. L. L. S.  F. Ij. Gwilllm.  HAi_VjBY & IVIcCARXKK  Barristers,   Solicitors,  Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank ot Canada  Company funds lo loan at  S  per cent.  Olllces:       Molsons   Hank Hlock.  First Street, Kevelstoke; Station, li. C.  DR. 13. H. S.  MCLEAN.  SAI.VA.TIO!* ARMY���������Meetings every night  in their hall oa Front Street  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  Ki'jrular  nioetliifM  nre  held In the  ejelill'ellows Hall on the. third Friday  nf cmcIi month nt 7.:;n p. in.   Visiting  brethren eordinll\* invited  IV. O. llirnev, 'W.M.; 15. P. Pnttl  piece, Kcc. See.; Ur. T. Jells, Flu. .Sec; Thos.  Stceel, Treinsuror.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  PAID UP CAPITAL  REST FUND  $2 OOO.OOO  31,500.000  ���������A������  =3  =3  3  fi_ DIRECTORS:   Wji. Molson Maci hkiison, President;  S. II. Kwixei, Vice-President: ^3  Jf; XV. M. RXMPAY, BAML'KL  FlM.>-*V, HFXIIY AliCIIIIlALU, J. P. Clkoiiorn, -������������  SZ H. ?,!a):ki..v.".1) Molson. ^14  F. ".VeiKixitTo:; Thomas, Geneiral M..iiiit;er.  5.  <^_      A Ker.cr.'il banking business trnnsacti'd.  8; rates.  Court  Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F..N0.3461.  Morts in I hei Oddfellows' Heiil on tho  2nd anil 1th FrliliiyH of  each month. Vi-.ting  brethren invited tu  attend.  II. It. Cniiipbedl,    K. D.  ChiHt"  llan^i'i'.  J. C. Johnson  Pec.-Sec.  Revelstoke������������������.  The G>iteway to the Wonderfully  Hich Mineral District of North  Kootenay and Canoe" Kiver.  The Supply Point, for the Bit?  Bend. Tront Luke, Lard������r,ii,  lllecillewaet, Albert. Canyon,  .I.irdan Passand _!a(_;l' Pass Districts. Bu8ine_-_. Men and Business Houses. The Name. Occupation and Residence of  every IK--Al _ Resident of the  City.  VOL. III.        -   May I.  PRICE   FIFTY   CENTS  FOR KALE AT AI.L BOOKSELLERS  Address���������  R.  P.  PETTIPIECE,    '  Kevelstoke, B. C.  Inter, st, :illnwptl a' current   _������  J. D. MOLSOV. =S  MAKAtilUI,  ltKVfcl.SllJKK,  II. C.       55  These Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS.  opened up hy the  Mineral  ies  Oflico   and   llosielence   two   doors   east  of Cowan Block.  Third  Street,  Centre.  "N'ijrhl and day calls attended to.  Telephone  connection.  EDUDCATIONAL CARD.  Canadian  Pacific  Raiivs.  and Soo Line  Tbe redistribution* bill now lief ore  parliament may lie all right as far as  it applies to Ontario, but it fails to  give additional representation either  to Alberta or any part oi Western  Canada and for that reason is defective. The Vancouver World (Liberal) puts up a strong kick ��������� because  the claims of the mainland of 15. C.  have been Ignored, and there is an  equally vigorous protest-coming from  the western half of the '. Territories.  If there waa any justification whatever tor a redistribution bill it is to  be found right here. and., yet the government has turned us down in cold  blood. )  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUTE  EAST  AND   WEST  FIRST CLASS AND  TOURIST SLEEPERS  *. from   PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  Quick Time, Good Service.  Fewest Changes,'    Lowest; Rates  Tickets issued through and  Baggage   chucked  to destination.  DAILY TRAINS.  East. "West.  8 25k..Ive���������Revelstoke���������Ive. 10.50k  TO AND FROM   KOOTENAV POINTS.  S.15k..lve���������Revelstoke-���������arr.. 10.05k  GOOD ACT  MOUNTAIN CLIMBING  Tho Canadian Pacific Railway Company has stationed Swiss Guides at  Banff. Lakes In the Clouds, and  Glacier for the convenience of tourists wishing to explore tho mountains  in these vicinities. Ask for copy of  "Swiss Guide" folder.  '-' For    information,   time    cards,  mapa-and-ticketi-apply-to-^ =������������������  . T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  V.   Anderson,   Travelling  XV  J. P,. Huli  & Company  The hill  introduced into      thc Do- j Pas'-enger Agent, Neleon.  minion house on Saturday last by Sir i    ].j.  j. Coyle, District Passenger  Henry Joly to amend   thc  wheat in- | Agent, Vancouver.  sppction'acl is an important one and,   will have good results on wheat ex-1  port from Canada. It provides that  after September 1. lfc3P. all Manitoba  and Ontario, west of Port. Arthur,  shall be formed into onc district,  with the same inspectors doing duty  All grain exported from- the Territories passing through Winnipeg or  Emerson en route east, shall be inspected at these points and shall be  placed In elevators only as graded at  , those points except in certain rases  when through congtrstlon . of traffic  tt may be necessary to* senel the  prain to Tori William io be inspected.  The   grades  shall   bo   fixed   by   tho. >  1st day of November in each ������-ar '<nd.'KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOIiK  samples of the ,rrnid"H aro to bf supplied by the inspector. on dcmnnel,  a certificate to accompany each  Kample. and a charg-J to bo made for  same as approve".! by ths minister of  Inland revenue.  Particular prc<E."iticr.s .in- pravided  for preventing the mixing of grades  In an elevator. Should the inspector  find tbat the wh.at in any eh-vaiur is  being reduced In quality belov.- that  of the public elevators ho must seo  that no such wii'jiit shall p.'iss in-  ������*pr-otlon e.xcept on u lower Krude.  The bill  K'tms  to  be  fr:ini<-il   with i  Hie inteintlon of keeping up the giades  of wt-sivru wheat, and, os such, should  n_met with the support of our western j  members.      It is but too .well known !  that in tbe jrast the grades have not '  always been of even equality, and it is  of vital importance- to     the country .  that they should   be  kept  up  to  the:  highest standard. j  Butchers    and  All orders in   onr  line prom  filled   Retail Dealers ln liccf. Pork etc  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see ii". Wc can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILIS  Pencil eli-awlng, black and colored  crayons, oil and water color on-canvass,   silk,   china,   etc.  Two hours weekly;  ?-l por montb.  l_nglish (evenins class), 6 hours  weekly, .fS per month. ' French, two  boms weekly, S-l per month. Lalin,  two  hours  weekly,   St  per month.  Special terms  ti> families.  Address: Jliss Steele, McKenzie  Avenue,   opposite  Taylor Block.  cot*ia  J- V. PERKS, Prop-  Hotel Accommodation the Best in the  City for the money.  Heated by hot air: electric  light  and  bell in every room  Hourly stioet car between hotel  and  station.  L'irge and well lighted  sample room.  Free bus meets  all   tittins.  KEVELSTOKE, B. C.  The Acme������������������*  Soda  Water  Works  manufacturers of all kinds of  Aerated Waters, Soda and Mineral'  Waters in Syphons and Bottles.  Factories at Vernon aud Revelstoke, B. C.  M. J- O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  REVELSTOKE  !R.0N WORKS..  Blrtcksmithiner' Jobbiru:  Plnmbiiiff.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsnii-l-me*  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  f_inir*g Work a Specialty _______  ���������RGBT. GORDON -  Revelstoke   Station.  m  Crage & Mayne  Notaries Public and  Conveyancers   Sole Agents for thc.  ��������� "*' ~~~*  Smelter  Townsite  a  ���������Mining'���������  Fire, Life and Accident  Insurance,.   -  OFFICIi���������  First St.. East,  Itevelstoke. B.C.  JL.# irXctii  Notary Public.  Sole Agent for"  Revelstoke  Townsite  Minintr, Fire and  L,ife Insurance . .  Oflice. ODDOsile CJLR- Dennt.  FAYETTE BUKER  rrltlcr.i   or  CAN  ll������5.irn vr.ur  n> !iri_  InBnn-   vctir  I.ifr-  ���������D-.ith.-  '"'ITiT    VOU    .1     .-I'lliJ-p    tO     .*117<.������t!l  Ktii.-ill e.r ur> nirionul .,: , our  > -iriiinc-" or .--i-.it.'il at u. prolitab..;  iat'; of intcrct.  To obtain rapidly tbe knowledge of the value of ive!'* or ledges  nothing is to ho compared with the Diamond Core Drill, whicli will  prove more in 30 days thnn an outlic of men timtifllitig or sinking  -hafts could urove in ten years. ���������  The Diamond Core Drill can  pierce  the mountains and   lake ill  ecret of what it contains from their very hearts, ami  ihe  moro solid  he rock formation, tho quicker it will do its woik. ���������  The Diamond Core De-ill is so con^trimted that it c-ir.  be taken ���������. >  pieces and packed on the backs of horses and cu-rieel   mid   worked  almost inaccessible place1* wlier. water can be obtained,���������and it  be in almost anv part ol British Columbia.  For full information and particulars apply by letter or in persoi. to  J.    D. ...S I BB AL D,  REAL    ESTATE   AND     MINING     6ROKERS,     E.EVELSTOI E  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed  rooms.  Tn'nlo furnished wiili  thiM.'lieii-x���������t. the imii'kHC  afford-:. Ui'-c Wini������-i  Liquor-* atiel Cigar-i  Rates   $1.      a day.      Monthly  men.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  s  prings  Upper Arrow Lake,  RATES.   $l.oa   PER   DAif  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  s*  Both Hotels Op^tq  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with the .Steamers  Loan You Money  .-t27*0!iey l.i-������t  e-Joinji-iiii.^    Ilfpr'iffonle  ii.  Oflic; .McKe-n/iu Avenue.  -5i������fif2sj_������jgs?>c-^^s^_-;^  and the Springs.  Good Accommodation both   at   thc   Springs   and a  tlie Landing.    ���������  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.,,      Rates  SI.25 per day.  W.    M.    BROWN,  Proprietor.  The  C ohimtoia  se, .  Good accommodation.    A.   good b ir  well supplied   with choice win. ?-  ���������   liquors and cigars.  Free Bus-Meets All Trair.s  Bpowii   & Poo),  Proprietor s.  E li S TQ  KB  Do Vou  CUant  a   Home   in   This'j Groining    -Tuning  an i  Rallouay  3entt~e  ?������  The C. & K. s'eam Navigation Company hivj .)-n> of -'n i  lijjhttul i..iop<~rty in Revelstoke.'   Itis charmingl,**   situated,   i*n.aJy   to '  to any. portion of thu town.    Come and esquire about ifc at oiice.    Ka.-v*  terms if necessary.  T. Ii. .HAIG Sole Agent  F. JAcCJ_'RTY  ;Wholesale and Retail Dealer in.... *   PRIJWE BEEF, PORK.  JWIDTT0J4 JliND SJIIDSJISE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Revelsloke  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  -s-.-y/i-Zi-^s^ri/i Vi  Undertaking  ar.d Embalming  It is a peculiar thing that the  American proposal to the peace conference to regard all sick-and -wounded in battle as neutrals has heen  opposed hy the czar's , representatives. Perhaps he rega'rds tho hest  way to insure peace is to kill off the  soldiers. Suob a refusal Is more  worthy of the half civilized Filipinos  than the ruler of a grent European  empire.  GRACE  and  Smelter  Revelstoke.  Townsite  P. Howson & Cc,  UACKK.-7.U~    AVI'..  Wliolr-il.'.iinl I.'ci.ill Pe.-ili-rfi in I-'iirriiliiiv.'  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Food and ������ale Stable of tbe Lardoau and Trout Lalce  FJevelstol^e  Hospital  Mnt_ rn iiy lioom i/i conni'i'linn.  Vaccine,    kept.     on    hand.  Irs.   McKechnie   and   Jci'f?. Attendants  ROBERT  SAMSON  Wood Dealer  n raymat].  Draying nnel eli'llvcry wnrk a spcclnl-  ty.      T^ntr.'s always  rca'ly on  .short.'.it j  j nolitc.      (.'oiilracts  for johblnij  taken, j  1  Saddle    anil     Pack  always for hire.  . -o  Bassar  llnl-xi?.-  Freighting   and   Teaming  specialty.   i|  REAL KSTATE  MINING  A N D  INSURANCE  AGENT  D.'iilv Hmge leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake Oity.    For particulars write  UKAIO & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.  McKenzie Ave,  u  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C.  Best Accommodation  In the Laiuieau.  Rates $2 Per Day.  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor,  WW  REVELSTOKE-  Sash  and  Doop  Facto y.  Manufacturers of   and Doalors ln ���������**  S������b, Doors. Turnlin?_>. rilnflii.. I'orncr  BlockK, M.inldliiss of nil kiml*. Fancy  (lalili'S nnil Veraiulali work. Brae'k(_'l_>  of every ilcscrliitioii m.-tilc to r.rel.r.'  Stoie anel Oflici.' Filtiiis������. Vimloiv  Fr.-nne.'". with !>.isli fltietl .injirc-lilt..  Allllifc Intc������t m.tcliiiicrr.   Iiry kiln uu  he  lifmic*     '*ill   anil   i    -  golnif eliewhere.  icrv*.  ���������II nnel pet prii-ud ,ti-f..r  SAWYER & MANNING.  ������S  'Y *?������?  K  FRANCE IS ��������� 111  DREYFUS    CERTAIN   TO   HAVE  A NEW TRIAL  STRIKERS   CAUSE   TROUBLE  Grand  Orange   Lodge   Dccid.  to   Ear  Liouor Dealers  The    French   Rare   Horse   Holocuit  Shot Yesterday  Paris, June 1.���������There was a grave  crisis hero yesterday, but the republic  stands on a Armor foundation than  ever before. Without any excitement,  turmoil, or the necessity of police  interference, . the public heard the  procurator general, M. Manau, conclude his address before the court of  cassation, a speech in which he proclaimed tho innocence of Dreyfus,  wherein he declared lhat tho famous  bordereau hael been writteu by Major  Ksterhazy. Dreyfus is certain lo  have a new trial.  SLDIERS ACQUITTED  Paris, June I.���������Dcrouledo and  Habcrt, on trial on thc charge of inciting tho soldiers to insubordination  in connection with the election. of  President .. Loubet, were acquitted  today.  WAR AND PEACE  The Hague, June 1.���������Both sections  of thc disarmament committee met  today, but failed to agree with regard to the question of new inventions, of armaments.  NO LIQUOR FOR THEM  Toronto.' June 1���������The Grand Orange  lodge of British America yesterday-  decided after a warm debate and  upon a prttty close vote, that for the? ,  future no persons engaged in tho  manufacture or sale of spirituous  liquor, may become members of an  Orange lodge. '  '���������.   A MISSING COOK *  Vancouver, June 1.���������A St. Louis  colored man named Scott, en route to  this city, where he intended to join  tho Curtis Company of Jtibiiet.  singers,' which sails for * Australia  tomorrow, jumped from the train  near .Calgary on Monday night, and  ��������� is now believed to have been killed  as no word concerning him has bean  received by Curtis.  ���������STRIKERS GIVE MORE TROUBLE  Buffalo, N. Y., June 1.���������The troublo  on the docks here has broken out  again.f Lasi night at G o'clock 2.500  freight handlers quit work claiming  the contractors were violating thc  contract' which was signed when tho ���������  . men resumed work last week. * The  strikers held a meeting later, and it  was announced ' that the grain  shovellers woultl quit work today if  the freight handlers' zrievances were  not remedied.  WHY'THE  RACE   WAS LOST  London, June 1.���������In the Derby race  yesterday the French horse Holo-  causte. Sloan, up. broke his - ' fetlock  joint and had to he shot. Some  think he might" have won. biit foi- this"  -accident. ,'  CANADIAN MARKSMEN  Ottawa, June.l.-���������This season's Bisley  team  will, assemble  at  Montreal,  on June 23rd and sail next day.    .    _"  ' ALARMING   REPORTS   DENIED  London, June 1.���������The British Medical Journal today says it has the  best authority for stating that the  alarmist reports in regard to*'Queen  Victoria's eyesight are erroneous and  the rumors of a contemplated operation are mere, inventions.  A C. P. R. TRANSFER  Winnipeg, June. 1.--Kobt. Kerr, of  tho C. P. -R-, Winnipeg, may go to  Montreal as passenger traffic manager.  WELSHMEN IN CANADA  Tho Cardiff (Wales) Western Mail  says in connection with a photograph .of somo Welsh settlers in  Alberta, whicli it publishes:    ,  "The persons in the photograph arc  Mr. Thomas Smith, Mrs. Smith, Miss  Smith,   Mr.      D.   J.   Roberts,   ,  Mrs.  Roberts and child, Mr. James and Mrs.  -James.- and_Mr.=J._Scar_d._JiiMr. .Smith  went out with the first Welsh party  to .'Crow's Nest' and after braving the  hardships ( which have been fully de- -~  ecrlbed already in the columns of The  Western Mall) now finds himself in a  comparatively independent position.  Mr. Smith Is a bright example of  what pluck anel perseverance will accomplish in Western Canada. The  photograph shows him in a comfortable home. ' He is shift boss at  Fernie. Like a canny Welshman,  Mr. Smith does not say much to directly encourage- his countrymen to  follow his example, preferring to al- ���������  low them, to infer from his own sue-'  ce6sful career as to what may bo "dono  bv Industry ln that country. It, Is  Mr. Smith's intention eventually to  settle on theUand anel to take to  farming. From what I can gather  from his letters lt will not he long  ere he acquires sufficient chpltal to  enable him to do.this. Mr. Smith.",  Mrs. Parry continued. Vis not ���������- tho  only successful. Welsh emigrant; all  those who have persevered are sue-  exceeding beyond expectation."  .  "Arc there any others you could  Welsh emigrants now in Canada who  left your district?"   ,.'  There are many "  "Can you givo definite instances?"  "Yes, of course! Mr. ��������� Heath Is  perhaps, thc most striking I. know ,  of. He left Wales with the first.  Welsh party,ln indifferent health,  asthma being his trouble. He was  only occasionally able to work" when  in thiB country. His complaint has  lieen entirely cured, In Canada. He  sent money to pay the passage offlhia  two sons. He has acquired a comfortable residence in Canmore, which  lie has furnished and fully paid for,  and tho reBt of his family are leaving  ���������very shortly. What is wanted to  succeed Is a lltth) pationcd and perseverance. All who remain for a  vear aro well satisfied: that is long  Enough to find out what Uie country  Is."  "Aro there any other you could  mention?"  "Yes. there arc numbers, and I may  pay tlieir wives havo reason to ho  thankful that this is the case, for  dnrlng the Rtrike thoy were receiving  good money from thoir husbands ln  ���������Canada, while their neighbors wero  really In want. I hung tho photo-  Kraph (produced abovo) in niy window, hut so large a crowd Rathercd  round that I was obliged to withdraw  p."  lillililli  WILL BE STRONGLY OPPOSED  BY CONSERVATIVES  OUT'OF THE'MOUTHS  GF BABES.  THE      DREYFUS      DECISION  Mrs    Maj brick     Will      Probablv    be  Liberated  Bishop     Duricu     Dead ��������� Dr.      Austin  Deposed  Ottawa, June 2.���������At a caucus held  yesterday by the opposition, it was  unanimously decided to oppose, at  every stage the redistribution bill introduced hy the premier. This means  that parliament will probably sit till  the snow (lies. The bill respecting  ' the Alberta Irrigation company was  read a. third time in the Senate  today.'  121-Sl-IOP DURIEU  DEAD  Vancouver, B. C, June ".���������Death has  removed Bishop burieu, ihe Roman  Catholic bishop at New Westminster.  -. His demise occurred ai 2 o'clock yesterday morning at thc Episcopal  palace at New Westminster. Ut. Rev.  Dr. Duricu was born on December .'(0,  1S30, at St. Pal-rtc-Mons, France. He  was ordained priest in March 1S51 aud  after laboring far many years among  tho Yakima Indians was called to  Victoria and afterwards to Okanagan.  lu June 1S75 he was appointed co-  ajdutor to Bishop D'Herbomez with  with right oC succession. ln September 1890 the Vicariate of British Columbia was erected into the Diocese of  New Westminster and Bishop Durieu  was transferred to tho new episcopate.  ���������      DR. AUSTIN DEPOSED  ' Windsor, Ontario. June 2���������Thc hearing of thc charge of heresy preferred  against the Rev.  Dr.  Austin  took up  the whole of the day's proceedings of  the Methodist district meeting     hero  yesterelay,  and alter careful delibcra- ���������  rioii   lhc  charges  against Dr.  Austin  o   wero  held  lo bo proved.      He      wis  found guilty on  four specific charges  anel deposed from the ministry of thc  .  Methodist church.  WANT  TARTE  CALLED  DOWN  Brockville, June 2.���������At a meeting ot  the Methodist conference held here  today, a resolution was passed strongly urging Sir Wilfrid Laurier as pre-  ' niier of Canada to repudiate tha attack  recently made by Hon. J. I. Tarte,  minister of public works, on the residents of the island of Anlicosti, in  accusing them of having lured vessels  on the rocky shores of tho island so  that wreckers might profit by seizing  goods washed ashore.  -   DREYFUS DECISION  . Paris, June' 2.���������Ballet de Beaupre  concluded his powerful argument on  the necessity for a revision of the  Dreyfus caso before the court of cassation. today. The president of the  ��������� court announced that the decision of  the court would be given on Saturday.  MISSING CHILD FOUND -  ' Gai-nerville, N. Y.; June 2.���������Marion '  " Clark, thc 21 month old infant kidnapped front thc home of Mr. and  Mrs. Arthur Clark, of-New York city,-  on May 21st, has been -" found two  miles 'south of Sloatsbirg, a Village  about' eight miles from here.' She  'was found at a farm, house belonging  to Chas. Younians. and waa in the  custody of Mrs. Jennie Wilson, who  took')the baby to that place during the  early part of last week. Mrs. Wilson has confessed, her guilt. The  child is in good health. -. <,(  A TORONTO'FIRE *���������  Toronto, June 2.���������A disastrous fire  broke out iu the Market Square  shortly after midnight last night.  "Several buildings were completely  ' consumed, anel a number of firemen  were injured by the falling walls.  ONTARIO MILLERS OBJECT . " .-  Toronto, June 2.���������The Ontario niil-  ' lers at a grain meeting held yesterday passed resolutions against inspection at Winnipeg. They want the  old practice of inspection at Fort  William or delivery points. A  THE MAYBRICK CASE  London, June 2.���������Thc Daily" CUron-  , icle announces     that     Mrs. Florence.'  Maybrick  is  likely   to      be  liberated  soon as the result of the     pressure  .. brought., to. boar .by . Mr._..Clibate,_ the^  United States ambassador, ih'favor of  reopening the case. '  ,.i* ,      BOATING FATALITY "  Little Current, Juno 2.���������A boat con- ���������  taining Fred     Willis, his     wife, two  children  and  John   Griffith  was  cap-  ��������� sized0near the mouth of      Whltefish"  river this     morninjr. drowning     Mr.  -. Willis  and  both  children.        ���������  [BY JULIA  CRAWUltl)  UNDHKAVOOU. |  What led Herr Schweppe to join the Am-  anltes, no one knew but the elders. The  Amanites did not gossip about il. They  v, ere not given to gossiping about anything. Work, duty, God���������these weie all  their thoughts. But the visitors to the  clCLc-Iying Amana villages seldom failed to  notice that Herr Schweppe was a gentleman and-.vonde r how he came to joint thc  ..reunites, Avith their plain cloilies and lives  of toil. The mystery was hid iu the books  ni the elders. There was once a. visitor  who claimed thai he had a glimpse of  the page and saw ���������'Bisuiarck"writeii twice  o:i Herr Schwippe's record. The name ivas  ��������� Von Schweppe, too, this visitor said,  though ii was ouly Schweppe now.  Be that as it may, Herr Schweppe's  daughter, Annie, bore the tr_its of noble  Gr.iinaii bith. She avus a darkliairod, dark-  eyed maid, appearing among the other girls  or the community lii-.e a bit ot Sevres ware;  suiToundeu by pieces of useful but homely  plaiti china. Little did the thrifty, godly  Amanites care for suehj beauty. In Amana  a yard of blue calico ' was accounted as  worth far more than a dimple.  Tbe goiroAvs of exile killed Herr Schweppe  when Annie was a child, before she had  giown so beautiful. Annie had never seen  a mirror, and no one told her of her beauty.  Her mother gloated over it in secret. Slit;  lcveil Annie far better than the elders  would have ever sanctioned,, but when the  child was near she was silent and cold. The  lii'c of retiicssiou hud hael iis 'effects oi>  pcor Mother Schweppe.  ln Amana the elders discouraged love-  making. -Men and women entered the  church by ���������-icreut doors, aud a line.' of  sr.wdust-l:"ox cuspidores marked off thC'  men's side of the house. But among the.  girls at Amana Gasthaus were two persons  who did not have the law of Amana in  their hearts. They were" not Amana girls,  bin came from the outside, for no Amanlte  would have porimttcd his daughter to be  subjected io the gaze of the strangers in  the Gasthaus. It was Madge and Nora,  alas! AVho put all the mischief into Annie's:  lr.iiid.    ��������� . '  June moonlight was falling over the yellow wheat fields, and' the fragrance ot  grapevine blossoms on the -wall half in-  tcxicated Annie as she leaned out of the  sutiarc window next thc slanting roof- of  her mother's cottage. It av.is AVhile Annie,  was thinking of the' land that might lio  outside of -mana that Madge anel _������ora  came along and asked her to go Avith them  io iheir "party." Ar.d .Annie stole aAvay  aci' went. ���������    ,  A ghostly litttle "party" it av.is, of Madge  anc: Nora and Annie anel only three others,  in the hotel kitchen, and as they sat in the  glare of the oil' lamp reflector it seemed  to Annie the Avildest dissipation. Two  sheepish young Amanites slouched on tlie  L'tnch at one side of 1 he kitchen, nervously  pulling  their  straw   hats  over  their  faces  of ua," they ivould say merrily when they  spoke of Amana at all.  Jn May their baby Avas born.'0-O ivas a  beautiful child und Hermann and ...inlo  never tired of watching him. ' Hermann  could scarcely tear himself uavu~> from baby  to attend his patients. Contagious diseases  h'* refused to treat. Uaoy might catch  theim. Anule's face grew softer as she  looked at the child. For hours they would  amuse themselves watching him clasp a  kadpencil in liis chubby lingers. They cut  oil' ti lock of baby's hair and saved it In  tho Bible.  "Whom docs the baby look like, Annie?"  tif.ked  Herman carelessly   onc" day.  "hike you when you were a baby. I sup-  prsc," answered Annie gaily. Suddenly" a  startled look came into hor eyes. Tho  same thcught came to Hermann at the s_amo  moment. He dropped on his knees before  the child. "Did they think of me as wo.  think of our baby?" he Avhlspered. Annie  was sobbing, "God may yet forgive us."  she cried. "Thc year is not ended. Wc  may. still return."  The good Lord had not ended Mothor  f-lchweppe's life. Herr Tappan, too, was  stiii trudging among his vegetables, when  ITo'.-mami and Annie came hack.  "It Avould have been a year tomorrow  already," Herr Tappan said stolidly; but  h.is .withered lips went trembling, and he  embraced Hermann and Annie and blessed  theni.  And Mother Schweppe paddled back to  her cellar ivilii a sly smile, returning full���������  lmnded. "I have all this timo sinco last  .iiitumn kept six bottles of .wine  for thee,  6  felON'S CLAW  From thc French of Francois Coppce.  Lieutenant Jttlieen  do Rhe  hatl   returned  ttc������1j.I leare Pau tomorrow a������_ ajte.  a Gain a _:ad state from tha his station iu Cochin  l]li7*  wKh  M-r sister  at Tonraloa,  I shall  tuna.   Convalescent,  after   three  months'  *r' ,,f>..BrMt'   lB a rear l sfcaU te nt SKl  detail. '  Umoss at his mothers home in Tourain-y , Tll0J. v/ere 8{anfline in ^ hoUlj wriu������s  ho shivered at the first wintry breath in the icora. nc.ir the open window,'' with Its pal-  autumn air, and was ordered bv the doctor   piiatiug night  sky.  to Pan: "Just what vou want- mild but! r ."Good bye then and bon voyage," mid  ,      . ,-     i   .. . C"ga   iu  Ikt frank  firm  vole*.      "Bnt you  l.rocing elimaie. I must give me a little keepsake��������� that lion's  So   in  mid-Novcr.ihcr  .ruiien   r.at   in   his ciaw you wear hi, a watch cliara��������� a. trophy  sunny window in Hotel UnrcWves, gazed ai  of  an  African  lion   himt 414' tbu  Bay?  lc  the   Pyrenees  and  smoking  a  cigarette  jii   appols  i������   U������s   ftfrce  aa*  tree in  me.   you  , . know. - ���������  honor  of his  recovery. ,    iUllien l00,, off tIw ^^ aB<1 u ^  "My faith!    Pan is full of pretty women     tht   grll's   fingers.    Suddenly- graaplng   her  h.. said to himself the first timo he went hsud iu -oth of his, J*rd������Btty, "I love you���������  to listen to the military band at the Place ,w!I!  you _ be my wife?"  Rovalc.       Neither    libertine  nor  fop,   the '  oiga   freed   herself,   teeming   -���������   llon'-n  a,   -,,   ,     -i.i    <-,_,_,   e������������������   ir,*cliUV'   toldGde  her  arras .ih������  loood  at. hW  ycung   lellow   thrilled   with   fresh   joy   in   apparently   unmoved.      "N'o.   bo;   and   yet  living as he put on his coat with its Legion ij on are the first to love me; *nd  tell ae  MANUFACTURE OF PULP   WOOD.  The Forests of the Territories Afford a Limitless Supply of Haw Material.  The manufacture of pulp is an industry  which will ultimately become a leading  one of Car.atla. In several places in thu  erst it. is carried on extensively, and tho  output finds ready sale in the United States  and Hurope, making a profitable return  to the producers. The far AVest offers an  advantageous field for similar enterprises.  Here aro illimitable stretches of spruce and  poplar forests along the foothills from the  boundary to beyond Peace river, and these  forests extend up into the mountains. This  material, which could easily be converted  into money, is -yearly going lo waste. It  i.s of little use to tho lumberman and is  isc-t spared by him in getting out timber  which are useful to him. lt is slashed out  of ihe way, it is recklessly destroyed and  ever year tire plays havoc among it. Yet  tins material has grown io have a monetary value ivhich places it among the most  vaii-aoie items of the wealtti of the forest.  Americans cannot get enough of il aud  Wi.en the exportation of logs from Ontario  was permitted many million feet of spruce  if anvouc glanced at them.   The third man    and   poplar   were  lloated  across   the  lakes  ii. .m. ������ju_ 0 -uc... -    to  supply the pulp  lactones  on the other  slot  of the line, where the pulp making iu-  KBWS   FROM  CANOE  RIVER  Golden.  May ' 31.���������(Special)���������-Word  reached   town  yesterday ���������_ of the  first  fatality among those who.have gone  -to thc new gold fields     on     Canoo  river.  L. Michct, a young man of Swiss  extraction, ivas drowned by the up-,  setting of a hoat in wliich he and a  companion,, named Totton, were in.  The other members of the party not  being ablo to assist. This pany  left Golden the llrst week of May.  Several parties ' of gold seekers  leave this week for the Canoe river  district by trail, taking their supplies  on  ponies.  Steps are being .taken to send a re-  prcseiitatiA-e of the provincial government to Canoe rive'r. which will be a  move in the right direction, as at  present all business "connected with  claims has to be transacted at  Golden. .  There is every likelihood of several  properties near here passing shortly  into the hands of companies who will*  develop them, which will do much to  establish the claim ot North East  Kootenay as one, of the best districts  in Britsh Columbia.  La Minerve. the French Conservative organ in Montreal, has suspended  publication. It is understood that a  new morning French Conservative  paper will ho established shortly with  plenty of capital behind it. Joseph  Royal Is mentioned as Ue editor.  The treasury ln England has decided not to proceed against Hooley, the  meteoric company promoter, on the  charges of fraud laid against lilm.  Padcrcwski. thc "inconsolable widower" has been secretly wedded to  Ellon Gorskl. the divorced wife of a  famous violinist.      ^  The Fitzslmmons-Jofrrics fight Is to  take place on the evening. - of June  3rd. The pugilists will fight 25  founds instead of -U.  was entirely unlike these. Annie,-big-eyed  and timorous, gazed at him in wonder. He  Avoi-e'siicli clothes as fitted him; his ruddy  hair Avas brushed back from his ears, not  ever them as Avas the fashion of the Aman-  i;es. ' His face Avas cleanly shaven, his  figure ilthe and slneivy, and liis merry  cyet* roved hither and thither AVhile he regaled the company Avith music, lt-was a  mouth organ'Avhich lis played but no matin. To Annie it Avas heavenly. She had  never before heard- music of any kind, for  the' Amanites" attached a penalty to even  whistling. Suddenly Annie trembled aiid  sobbed, and the player, conscience-smitten  ceased his melody.  He was not a greai stranger to her, as  Anuic had thought. He had, uot so,A*,ery  many years" ago, worn the-blue jeans and  sttaw hats of the community. He was no  other than Hermann,- the son of Herr Tap-  pan, whom Annie had often seen in church  when a child. Herr Tappan had been permitted by the community, to send his son  away to a college, for Hermann ivas - to  be the physician "of the community, their  lierr Doctor, as they called lmn.  Hermann understood the timidity of Annie. He, too. had once been restrained till  all his thoughts wero sadness. He bade  the girls take her at "once to her mother's  cottage, and he watched them all till Annie  had  disapoeared   through   thc  windoiv.  Biit, AVhy should the young Hen- Docior  come to Mother Sci.weppe's cottage next  day, asking for the famous wine for his  patients? '      .     -  ���������Cnowcst thou not that I have disposed  of it long before this time?" cried Motiier  Schweppe.  "1 iiiought perhaps you .might be making  it again," xaliered  Hermann.  "Make Avlne iu Juno What sort of-a  man?" and mother Schweppe,.laughed loudly  end unmeio'.iiously. much - as.' one of lipf  cabbages might have laughed. -  And while her dull eyes were closed in  mirtn. Hermann crushed into Annie's hand  a bit of paper and Anuie, child though- she  was, hid herself among the grape vines  "liefof e~she~dar"ed-*ropeu-lt;��������� ���������-���������������������������-=���������r-^^���������  * "Thou art most beautiful; I lovo thee.  That ivas all.  After  that it  ivas   easy   for  Annie    to  climb down by the    * grapevine from her  window, and once she ivent alone with Her-_  iiuinn far down the solitary railway track.  But Madge loved Hermann, too. iu her way,  and being jealous she told.Anuie's mother.  ' The next day tlie elders "camo to .Mother  Schweppe's house.   No one smiled, aud the.  'interview was full of long silences.   Annie  was taken down the street, an elder in front  of her and an elder behind her.   They put  her in a house, far away from her mother.  und gave her a double      portion of work.  Hermann,  too    was  taen  into    a   cloister,  though he ivent laughing.  Six moiichs' separation, six months' fasting, prayer and hard work ivas required,  ar.d if after that ordeal the two wished  slill to te married, the elders would consider the matter. A week passed. .Hermann and Annie had sat in their places  at the morning service, and it chanced that  they, with meekly folded hands, emerged  from the tAvo ..^ors of the church at the  same moment. Suddenly each one advanced to the other. They met and walked  away together. The elders ivere so astounded that for a moment no onc could  speak. There had never been sueh an audacious breach , of the rules. ��������� Even the  most venerable members of the community  were dumfounded.  The Avhlstle of an approaching train  awoke them" to action. "Disobedience"  the chief elder cried, and all the elders hurried down to the railway station. Here  they found Hermann and Annie Impenitent  and* definant. There^ was brief storm of,  angry ivords.  "We give you hut one year to consider."  said the longfaccd chief eiuer. "You may  never show your faces here again if yon  come not back within the year."  "Thou, Hermann. lea\-est thy aged father,"  and thou, Annie, thy mother." said another  more kindly.  Annie looked down at her blue calico  gown and her Tough shoes.' "What have  they done for us?" sho cried.  Thev ascended the steps of the car. "Give  them goodby'." called Hermann, petulantly. "We come back no more.;' And ths  tiain pulled away.  "All the world loves a loA-er," said Herr  Tappan to Mother Schwepp'c. sadTy, "but  thc loi*cr loves no one but himself and his  sweetheart."  So Hermann and Annie went to the city.  They were happy, and there seemd to be no  ghosts at their fireside. "Father and mother  think more of th-ir carnfts than they do  ciustry is the most profitable one. There  nice of tho raw material in Canada than  anywhere else 'adn Canadians, having had  tlieir eyes opened to the important position  ihey hold in this respect are preparing to  take adA-antage of the situation and glean  for themselves tho rewards which await  enterprise in this direction. The West  scorns particularly well fitted for' manu-  fae-.ories or this kind. There are service--  able water powers to be had on many of  the rivers in. the Territories, sufficient to  run large plants, and al the samc time  furnish waterAvays down which to float the  rii-.v materialf rom thc hills. Even if these  powers did not exist there is -plenty of  cheap coal ivhich- would admit of thc application of steam power at small "expense.  There' are extensive spruce and poplar  forests in the Croiv's Nest Pass near the  railway and adjacent* to the greatest coal  deposit on the continent.. These forests  oiend along the mountain sides for miles  ltd formerly were looked upon'as possessing little value but now they are knoivn  to represent much wealth. Here are the  raw material, thc coal and the railway side  by side and where could anyone seeking a  Imntlon for a pulp manufactory find a moro  favorable combination than- that. Calgary  is another point AVhere pulp making, could  l:e engaged in with every prospect of success. In the mountains to the Avest is  plenty of pulp wood which could be brought  iu by train or floated doAvn the Boav river.  There is a splendid water supply at this  point and the pulp could be manufactured  inlo paper on the spot. There are great  quantities of papor of all kinds consumed  aimually in Manitoba and thc Territories  n'one, not to siieak of ivhat' is required in  Briiish Columbia. Great quantities are* exported to Australia, but most of it is sent  from Portland to Vancouver and thence  shipped lo Melbourne and Sydney. There  is no gooel reason ivhy Canadians should  not have this trade or a share of it.  Round  about Edmonton,      too,   and   for  many, miles up. the. . Saskatcheiyan    river  "there are vast areas from wliicli"pulp~woo"d"  cculd be taken in any quantity. There is  also cheap coal at this point and thc  manufacture of pulp should be carried on  on the North Sasl-atcheivan at a profit. The  Vnited States and European markets will  ip.ke al! the pulp that can be sent thorn at  prices which pav tbo mills. The process  of manufacture is not difficult, nor ir. the  jiincliincry costly, and it should be an industry to attract capital. v There are no  slr-tlstics available as to tho extent nf the  spruce and poplar forests In the Territories  rue.' they sheiuld be collected by tho. land  dop'irtment for the information ot the  public.  of Honor in tho button holo��������� tho rosette  his mother laid on his bod wkch Ue  was so ill, and that ho. thought ho would  cnly  Avear  it  in   his  collin.  How jolly Pau Avas anyhow, with its A-ast  horizon, its suow'y peaks, it3 brilliant sun.  thc cosmopolitan crowd, where pretty foreigners chattered all the languages of Eu-  iope, liko tropic birds in an aviary. A few  sm; sights, to be sure���������thc consumptive  young Englishman in a bath chair, wrap-  pel in p'.aids, Avith thc eyes cf a boiled fish,  a blacK tait'eta muffler over his mouth. It  gave one a shiver, yet���������man is so selfish���������  il made Julicu remember what a skeleton he  had been three months ago, and here he  was cured, tossing silver coins to thc bog-  gars and Avatching the hearty iittle American girls in llyaivay frocks and black gloves  r.nd stockings, danclug a "ring-around-d-  rcisy*' to the band's quickstep.  Just the frame of mind for falling in love,  wasn't, it? Which the happy convales.-cnt  proceeded to do the first time he set ;yt>3  un Mile. Olga Barbarine, tho belle of the  Russian colony, as she dismounted *ln from  oi Hotel Gasson���������the coup de foudre, in  fact. Back from fox hunting one even ng  ac 5, she had slipped from her horse r.lo  th arms of the nimblest of her pink-coated  adders who rushed for her stirrup. Striking thc veranda table with her crop she  had called for a cup ot milk, and drank it  of.' at a draught.. Looking liko a Prima-  ticcio goddess, her slim figure and copper-  colored hair illuminated by the flaring sun-  tc-t, she paused, laughed merrily, i creamy  roui.tachc on her upper lip- Suddenly grave,  At Ith a curt, imperious nod sho loft the  ralcoats and entered tho hotel, tapping her  liding habit Avith her whip.  Three days after, after many a -'Who is  she? I must know her!" to his acquaintances, Julien got himself introduced���������aoc  a difiicult process���������and joined the fair Russian's court.     ",  Was she a Russian,.after all, this intoxicating cteature, avIio rode all day and walt-i-  ed all night? Yes, by her putative father,  hoi mother's lirst husband, Count Barbarine. i.  But every ono remembered that at-li.e  time of Olga's birth, , her mother���������tho  daughther, by tho way, of a* New Y'ork  brnker named Jacobson���������was getting a di-  Aorce, probably on account of her notorious_-  liasion ivith a" northern prince royal, some)  Christian, or Oscar, or other. What was  tlio nationality of a child brought up successively in a Scottish nursery; a Nea ion  tan concnt; a Genevan pensionnat; ivas  had slept' helf her nights on the cushions  of the express, Avhose memory Avas a stereoscope in which revolved a series of watering  places, and winter resorts, whither hv  mother, handsome still In spite of erysipelas, had carried the ennui of a faded coquette along with her samovar and her pet  monkeys. The odd girl used to say, laughing at herself: "I am neither of London,  nor of Vienna, nor of .Petersburg, nor cf  Paris���������I'm of tho table d'hote."  Had 'she any family? Hardly more ;a.  Her real father, the Oscar or Christian, so  often referred to by Mme. Barbarine, had  been dead some yeass, aud the Russian  count, her legal father, neA-er bothered his  head about her. Utterly bankrupt,~a oivtl-  ized   Leather-Stocking,     .who   won . at  thc  Tb-t'B.why I refas-  1 so in that good way  AOII."  "Olga," cried Julien in a chofced voice.  "Listen to me and I wr_-: explain. I aw  nol worthy of you you would he unhappy  with me. You remember jtiur sister's letter that you said yon l������d Isst? W������*n, r  ricked It up here and read -It. Shi* re-  I*.!ied to the confidence yon had s_ia.de her  or your lovo for me���������a love I~h������<J km*  gursscd. Her words showed ,me the Vast  difference between a true simple girl anel  u'.i. And I saw, too, what. a real faiailv  is���������your family. Be grateful-for thc mother  yon have. .M.deRhe. I haA~e a" mother, too.  but I have been forced to judge her. Yen  have seen only her 'ridiculous sides, but I  know her better. She would refuso yon my  bund because you are only of tiic'gentry  in:fi in medorn ciiciimstances., She has decided that either I am to mako a brilliant  match���������or���������she will find something else.  1 know a lot. don't I, for & girl of 19? Hor-  r'hle, isn't it? But it's true. . That's why  last Avintc-r we were at Nice, 'last summer  a: Schoveningheu, now at Pan. That's why  xve are roiling like trunks from one end of  Europe to the other. Mamma was almos_  a princess royal, you see; and'from IB I've  been Riven to understand that.3. was meant  fur*-an arch duehess at least,.even if a left  bunded onc. Marry a mere gentleman, almost a bourgeois! ' Ah! you:-are disgusted  and I'm ashamed of myself.. .Do not protest. Besides I am expensive.- and useless,  and you don't need me and I wouldn't make  you happy���������and I don't love you. Lov* la  in the tnings that I've always-been fnrfcia-  c. n. Good bye. Get up and go away without a word. But leave me your lion's claw  to remind me of the honest-fellow whom  I've treated honestly.   Adieu! "���������  Three years later, one stormy night, tho  trtmsport Du Coucdic, hack from Senongal,  sfr.pped at the Canaries'" to .take on the  mail. A package of papers wis toesed Into  the officer's mess.. De Rhe:seated there,  opened a three weeks' old Paris sheet, aad  under the heading of "Arrivals"' read the  following: . --- -  "H. M. the King of Suabia, in tie strictest incognito, as Duke of Augsburg, is once  racra among us.An unfortunate'accident occurred at thc station. The Baronnc de Hall,  who," accompanied b her mother. Comtesso  Barbarine. v.-as travelling with his majesty,  suddenly missed an ornament of-Bmall value  tut to wu.ch .Mme. d_Q____.l____a.il 'la, it Beems,  greatly attached���������a 'lion's cI&tt mounted  in a golden circlet. Mme de Hall b������B altered 2000 francs for Its recovery."  '���������My dear fellow", you'll miss your watch  if you don't look sliarp." . - ������  -j nanks" said Julien, throwing dotttn the  paper and" springing up as in"-', a dream.'  That "night the man at tho wheel, alone'  ot. tho bridge with the young"'olEcer. saw  Julien pass his handkerchief several times  over his face���������strange, was it; not���������since.  though therow as a. stiff breeze, the spray  did  not  reach   them. " -  RAILWAY LAND   REGULATIONS.  Thi  MINING   REGULATIONS  Conditions Governing the Taking up of Claim  by Miners.  Thc holder of a free miner's certificate  a~ ho has discovered mineral iu place, may  locate a claim not exceeding IiiOO feet long  hy 1500 ivide, by marking it with two legal  posts, one - at. each end, on the line of  Iiii lode, or vein, and marking out thc lino,  between them. Upou each post shall be  markcel the name of the claim, the name of  tlm person locating; and the date, and thu  number of feet lying lo the right and left  of the line.  The  claim  shall      be  recorded  with the  milling recorder of the dislrict within which  it  is  situated,  within  15   days  after'!    the  lot ation thereof, if located within 10 miles  o( the office of tne recorder;    one additional   mile  shall   be  allowed   for  such   record  for  ever additional  10      miles or fraction  tlicrecf.   In the event of a claim being more  limn 100 miles from a recorder's office and  situated   Avhere   other      claims   are   being  locateel, the freo miners, not   less than fii-o  in number, may apno!     a frco miner's recorder, but if thp latter fails within  Hire--)  r*onths to notify  tho nearest,    government  mining recorder  of his appointment.      th"  claims whicli he may have rr-corded -vill be  cancelled.  The fee for r^��������� ivi'-~ a claim  is Jn.  An cxpendltre of not less than Si00 ner  >oar must ha made on tho claim, or a like  amount piid to llio minimr recorder in lipu  tl-'-rcof.   When  SB00 hns b������en cxp"it!ed V"  r.r.iei   in  connexion   with   the   location,   tlio  locator may. upon lWA-iner a survey flieronf  'it>eicle  and   unon       complvinp with   certain  olher  requirements,   purchaso  tl~������~   land   at  thr   rate  of        per  acre  cash,   hut  if  the  surface rights have  already been  disposed  of, at |J per aera.  pigeon matches, his unerring gun gaA-e  him a living. The countess,. in. spite of  hei- periodical attacs of maternal devotion,  rainfully holow, was gifted with ono of  tho perfect, absolute, spherical egotisms,  that never show a Haw: when Olga at S  hud almost died of typhoid, Mme. Barbarine, of the Av'nite hands���������for the saks of  c'scency sitting up with her child ���������did  not for oucc forget to put on her gants  gras.  All this t'o Rhe learned after enlisting in  the flying squadron that manoeuvered  al*cut the fair Olga. He began to "lovo the  stiangs girl who let lilm look Into her eyes  ai.d who saiel to him, as she lit a pheresll  cigarette, the day a friend presented him;  "A..i You are the man who Is so much  in love with mc. How do you do?" Giv-  in>, him a hearty handshake like a man.  Thc sailor, truehearted fellow that ho was,  loved her the; more he grew to understand  and pity her. For he was right; Olga was  fantastic, 111 brought up, but neither a ilirt  Prices at Which Lane Can'tie Got smd  the *I erras cf Sale.'.-  Canadian Pacific Railway lands constet  of the odd-numbered , sections along' the  main line and branches. Railway lands arc  for salo at the A-arlous agencies of th.  company in" the 'North West'. Territories  at the lollowing prices. --.  Lands of Assiniboia, east of tlie 3rd meri-  ciian, average $3 to SI  an acre.  Lands west of the 3rd meridian,' including most ,of the valuable lands'"in the Calgary district,  $3 per ������������������acre.  Lands iu Saskatchewan, Battle, and Red  Deer river districts, $3 per acre.  For the conA-enienco  of investors, maps*  showing in  detail thc     lands -and prices,  have been prepared and will be,sent free to  applicants... ._ .   . .._ - _    . .    . _  .. _;_.  The aggregate* amount, of principal and  i-lerest is dlAided Into ten 'instalments;  the first to bo paid at the time of purchase, tho second two years from tho date  of purchase, the third in three years and  so on. - '  ' Interest on the .outstanding purchase  money ir. payable in one year from date of  purchase except in the case of an actual  settler who breaks up at. least one-sixteenth  of the land within that time. No rebate  of interest is allowed on hay lands.  The following  table  showsJtho amount  of the annual instalments on a quarter section of 160 acres.at different prices.  No.        Price KirFt -      Xine equal  Acres     Per Acre        InstaPt ��������� Instal'ts of  lt*0 $3.00 $ 71.90.... *....$ 60.00  ... 83.90.. .:.  ... 95.83.. .I,  ... 107.S5..    ...  ...  119.S5   ... 131.80.. ..'  ...  143.80   #~l  IM...  .. 3.50.  IGO...  .. 4.00.  100...  .. 4.50.  ICO...  .. 5.00.  K,_...  .. 5.50.  ICt'...  .. COO.  e.oo  80.00  90.00  100.00  IlO.Ofl  129.00  If land Is paid for In full at time of purchase a reduction from price win bo allowed  to the following  imr a snob.    Feeling, perhaps, the vanltv of jwmal to 10 per cent, on tho amount paid Jn  ���������--������������������-���������     -    ���������- ���������   ���������     -----       c.\ress of the usual cash instalment.  Interest at 6 per cent -nlll be* charged oh  overdue instalments.  All   sales are subject  general  conditions:  All Improvements placed upon land purchased to be maintained thereon until  final payment as been made.  All taxes and assessments lawfully imposed upon the land or improvements to  be paid by the purchaser.  The company reserves from sale, 'under  the regulations, all mineral and coal lands,  and lands co'ntalning timber In quantities,  stone, slate, and marble quarries, lands  with waterpower thereon, - and "tracts for  tr-wnsites and railway purposes.'  Mineral, coal and timber lands and  '-aaiTies. and lands controlling waterpowrr  -*il! be disposed ot on very moderate terms  to persons giving satisfactory evidence ot  their intention and atilit to titiliz* cant*.  Liberal rates orf settlers and their effects  company1 over tlieir  hei life of pleasure, she judged, and that  severely, her fox hunting adorers and her  cotillion partners. All desired her, none'  esteemed her���������none had made her an offer  i f mariage. So she pulled them up short  if thoy ventured to speak too close to her  ear in the Avhirl of the waltz, or pressed too  long the hand she held out to them en  camaradc.  Julien, sensitive anel discerning, discovered the secret high-heartedness of the  "thoroughbred" as Olga was' called. .He  loved her, too, for her beauty of course;  ond his head w-ottlel swim when, at a pa'is-i  in the dance, thc auhiirnhaired goddess.  At ith black eyes anel the tea rose skin would  It an on his arm and would intoxicate :.im  with Jicr starry gaze and violet breath. But  lit* loved her abovo nil for her suffer:n:.^.  so proudlv hidden. How his heart ached  when ho caught tho Eombrfi look Olga tur-t-  ea on her mother at afternoon tea, v_.'i  Mmes. Barbarine. Eeated with the light dis  creetly heind her.  evoked  her roval con- j  q.:0-ts in northern courts. | aJ? granted by tl**e  He Avould marry her, snatch her out of r!l������way-  this   poisonous  air.   take   her   to  his    >wn  saintly mothor. show her a true family���������  srve her.    He sometimes  ancied Olfga un-      fJoid is found  in  the  bars and benches  drrstood his  purpose;   as  she  handed  _!m   ���������f  th��������� c,eva������Pi,(������-_.n   v_._-io_i_i    in.,iv,B~,  hi    glass of Russian tea he thought     he  ���������     , e Saskatchewan, Macleod, ^Athabasca,  now and then caught, deep in her eyes, a j S!COkr *������m other rivers in small but pay-  gentle light that seemed to answer to his.'ng quantities.      These are known as  the.  generous pity. {-poor man's diggings." and come .oeitjere  *      *.     *      * \ " -    ���������/,- ..    la������������? seeping TPfcen tie  -*t_-j Is lav turn  les, mademoiselle, my leave-ft up nsxt  miners wfi nSSe tr'oso $1.80 to ti jfo. *b*. Dress Fabrics  "For Gentlewomen."  In  these lines we can give you the  samc advantage as one can get  in a iarge city as me carry only  the 'mwest and most up to date  goods wilh.trimmings and fa ney  linings of alt kinds to match.  For June, 1899.  We will oyer special inducements to buyers so that in every  department, including millinery  and dress making bargains of  thc greatest kinds icill be found.  We are always pleased to show our  goods and have you compare  prices for tee know that by doing so we can secure your trade.  The Cash Bazaar  W. MKLDRUM, MANA'IEII.  HOWSON HLOCK.   ,     - Mi'KKNME AVK.  Beef, Iron  and Wine  A.V EXCELLENT SPUING TONIC.  FRESH SUI'l'LV JUST KECEIVED.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.  LIMITED.  . ��������� chas. it. Mcdonald, Manager.  Mckenzie ave.. revelstoke station.  LOCAL  AND GENERAL   NEWS  " The Leading Store  " No Bluster, No Fuss, Just Wibiness, That's All."  Miners!  Prospectors...  We-hnvo 111111I1) 11 special study of  your requirements  nml wc have IN STOCK u full assortmentof  Blankets, Boots, A Tents,  Clothing, Etc.,  of EXCELLENT QUALITY  ill REASONABLE l'HICES  WE CAItllY TUB....  FISH BRAND OIL CLOTHING  Get Our Quotations,  Compare With Others,  consielerini; tiuiiliiy, etc.  We Do Not Fear the Result.  James  Taylor Block.  & Co.  McKenzie Avenue.  144 :M  <_h     (ha      *D1 ���������������       **     v|l   VH  ��������� By buying from ns  Yon will save money  ���������M'**-M<*'P''-'M''_**'_*'-'M-'t''M'**'i-  4< tr'.- +���������  FIREWOOD  Militiamen! . Reinetnlier drill tonight.  MondiiA- wjis pay clay al the ctiy  clerk's office.  Dr. Jeffs ii leaving feu- a visit to  Vancouver this week:  The annual meeting nf thc Itevelstoke Water,. Power and Light, Cn.  whs held in Mr. Taylor's oflice on  Monday.  J. S. Tnrnluill retnrncel from Pingston Creek on -Moiiehiy nitrlit. .-1111]  reports snow still in the hills hack of  the lake.  ��������� Olie Sanelhtng. who hits been spending the winter at, hi������ Koine in the.-hlel  country, returned last night accompanied *hy his bride.  A. R. B. Hearn anel Mrs. He.irn "left  feu- h two ninnth's trip tn ISiikI.-uiiI nn  Sunday -niornin.?. A. E. Phipps is  maniigins: the Imperial hank during  Mr. H gain's absence.    , ,  I. T. Brewster returned from a trip  up tn the Carnes .(.'reek Co.'s properties nn Tuesday morning. He found  the (rails all right, lint   about Uvu feet  ��������� if snow still at. the mine.  .1. D. Sibbald left, nn Sunduy lnnr'n-  inJi for the Gle'ieaiTV tniiie to see t.he  Diamond Core Drill start operations  in the lead. He is accompanied hy  his nephew. Charles Paget.  The Orange (.i-iiid Lodge of British  Nntth America held in Toronto on  May 31st, has "decided "to" exclude  manufacturers and sellers nf spirit 11-  or.s liquors from the Order  in 'future.  Gen. Supt. Marpole anel 13. J. Davis,  the well-known V-iiictuiver lawyer.  Avent through for Nelson nil Monday  inclining lo al tend the hearing uf tlie  injiinclinti against construction in 1 lie  Duncan Puss.  Arcorning to the Nelson Tribune the  Porto Rico mine at Vuiir. 'the Noonday and Viininiiver. at Silvcrtou.  ;incl the Arlington, at. .Slnean City, are,  all paying the old rate of $3.50 feir the!  new eight hours shift.  The (.'aniiela Drug & Book Co.'s stoic  will lie greatly improved hy the  addition which is lieir.g ninde' tn it.  The wi-i-eliniise fnrineily used for Hour  by A. N. Smith has been thrown in lo  the* store, giving a considerable in-  ci ease of space.  Straws show whie-h wav the wind is  lilnwinc. anil Mr. Kellie's significant,  allusion to the million dollar subsc rip-  lion to lhe Pii'.-ific: ruble, in 1111 inter-  ���������view-publish.-d-in otiv-esteerut-iiv-ilooks-  as if he was pri-pni-ing for iinother o^f  his celebrated flip flops.  The L-iclii'--' Aid Societies have joined  hands tei ftunibh the dinner foe the  Ornnjseiiieii on the Twelfth of Julv.  The spip.id will he served on sntne  pieiiif grounds tn lie: selected. The  Kamlnnps and .Salmon Arm lnrlsrcs  will both turn rut er. mas-e to cele-  lu-.ite the occasion here.  Tho cap**, kit .-ind accnntirments for  lhe Revel-lnke company nf the Koole-  niiy Rifles have all arrived and Lieut.  Upper is prepared tn issue everylhiiitr  tn e.-ith tiietiiln'i-nf the rorp_ on next  Weelnescbiv evening, which i.s th"  11'crnlar drill niclit. AH tneiiihei-s nf  tl)e company are rcq nested   to uLlcnel.  Instead of the usual Sunday school  in St. Peter*- ehinili next Sunrl.iy a  i-hilelren's service wiil be held at the  s.inie liniir in th������ .-ifleriifirin. '2:'.V)  i>'t'li������'k. which will also be a fin"-ei  sei-vii e and a very pi et I v and tr'iuliinL'  <-"i e.'iiony. in which the chiMi-en e.f  ih" 1 lmrcli will take a pioriiinent part,  will l.iKi- place.  Th" ill teiielan'p a J St. P.-lei's church  lia*. ine i"a~i <l ii'-.'iili .111 extent, as In  1-endei-lhe i-.-|is|. m-tiiir. of a rli.ii.r-.-l  iilmnM iiii|'i'|-'!hi', !)���������-. I.lfr- I, ha-  taken th.- ina.'ni- in ham] ami will  enelenvri- !<i la.-.- fnr-ds auiting his  fiienel- in the olel i-iuintiy to put up a  suitable iliaiicl. n_ llie p.n-ish have  the> erection of a suitable vicarage in  hand ju.-t now.  Hit: ri.ntrtcP'.-itioii.-* at tender! the  seivin-i it) Si. Peter el)i)iel) last- Snn-  eb.v. Di". P.itret preee-heel in the mmn-  injr fi' ni 1 lie- ens pel e.f the day. lhe  parable "t Dives anel Laz-iius. and. in  1 lie evei.imr took fe.r his =:il>.fiTt I he'  sf iriin!.' a piie-al of .To.-iiii-i when takintr  I������.ive nf I lie e-hilelieil f'f Israel after  suee-es^fiillv jruiilintr rhem into the  promised l.-n.el, whicli ' formed the  second les-on appointed  for evensong  Best quaality of our firewood delivered to any  part of town at   S2.25 A CORD.  16 to 20 inchos in length.    Leave your orders at   -.-..  Fred Robinson's Sawmill Office.  .1. M. Kellie, ,M. P. L>.. and B. IL  Atkins ret timed Iiy No. 2 this lnorn-  inii from Victoria.  D. G. Oalhcait. recently purchased  the business of F. Ahlin & Co., trro'.-ery  merchants on First, streel. Seen acl-  vcrtiseiiieiit in another column.  Dr. and Mrs. McLean nnd daughter  left- on Saturday for Ontario. .Mrs.  Mi-Lean ���������..���������as culled east hy a telegram  'aiiiimiiicinc the illness of'hor   mothei'.  On and aftor June; ISl.h Uie first Imperial Limited service- will eniiinieiice  running!; nn lhe- main line of theCP.lt.  The No. 2 will reach Revelstoke nbout  5 a.m. and the No. 1 about lwo hours  earlier.  Tho Kpworlh Leatrue and Sunday  Selr.'ol ol' t.he .Methodist, i-hiirch have  in view tlie puri-liase of a, piano In  form the nucleus nT 1111" orrliestrn in  ceiiinee-tieiii with the lcacjtio .-mil suu-  ility hcliool.  The June mini hers of (lie I!.- O.  Guide and Wairlinrn's Guide have  lieen laid on tin.'IIKliami's table. Boll)  an! full of i-riiisidcrahlu infiiriuatioii of  .value In travellers aiul Inisitiess men  generally. The B. C. Guide! has iniii-h  in.itli'f of interesl. to punple in this  province ,-iiicl i.s n valuable publication.  Mr. Godsal. a prominent rancher of  Pincher creek, and owner of the Little  Phil mine at Aiiiswnrt li, came in from  . Alhei ta today with the intention of  lcsiiiniii}): work nn his property, lull  liavititr run up ntrainst lhe eifrlit-honr  fiiiliriifflio. he will net elo nnytliimi at  present.���������Kaslo correspondent of Nelson Tribune.  The'May niinibi'i* of the Kootenay  Miniiiu: Standard is as fresh ."11111 clean  looking: as nny that have ])i't.>ceilt'd it,  and is-is well filled wilh irilerest.in<:  matter. It aiineiiine-es that the July  Annual wi'l also lie pulilislieil in Lnn-  (1011. the work heinjr taken in 'hand liv  the II. C Review. An edition of lO.fKSO  is pi oiuisL'd. The pulilislieis nf the  Standard are uoiii.u. to trreat trnnhle  and expense to make the Annual a  fTTMlii~iTi^7nl-T^ufii^ctetr"w'ah~~~ia-'~prot"  iluction.  Business Locals  ���������Sleepless nights  prevented for 25c  at, Field & BewS. .    .  ���������lleiiieniliei-Pridny is Bargain Day at  _M. K. Lawson's.  1690  1899  ���������i><iTi___r_iiiuaBt3c^ajy~  July 12th  c AT REVELSTOKE.  In con junction willi the Kamloops and  Salmon Arm Lodges.  llcduccil    Rates.       Part.icilhirs    later.  XV. G. Birnev,       R. P. Pettipiece,  XV. M. lino. Sec.  @ - "'    S  Men  Yon  onu dress veil   and   save   your (i  money by buying yonr Clo!liu������ from u<* k  Wc have romplctt; line������ of the ohoiee-it f  Cnnaditin     utid     Imported     Worsteds. C  Serires.  Tweeds and Tronserinjrs:   and y  we Insure the tit of every pnrment that {,  leaves our Tailoring Department.  1 We buy in car lots  2 We pay spot cash  S*; We understand the retail Grocery business  thoroug'hly  4 Our  ten years' experience in Revelstoke  has taught us the class of Groceries you  like best ,  5 We have all the facilities for doing a retail  business.     Wholesalers have not.  7   Our  goods  are  fresh   and  we  guarantee  every article '   ���������  We feel confident' that the people of Revelstoke  will give their support to local merchants, who  have all their interests in the city, rather than  to wholesalers who have practically no interests  here, prices and terms being equal.  We have secured the use of the Government Cold  _ ���������  Storage   and  always   carry a  select stock! of  Butter and Eggs, at market prices.  should not he forgotten Jt  while advertising. ... 4!  REMEMBER |  IT J  makes yon come tons sometimes X  nnd whether hoy or j������irl. sick or >���������������  well, we can  supply your wants. ������  HAIR BRUSHES-  fashinned for tiny heads, COc  and 7e*5c each.  COMBS���������  at 15c and 25c each,  to accompany the dainty brushes.  FEEDINd BOTTLES���������  11 complete; line.  Velvet Talcum, Puffs, Etc.   .  I FIELD & BEWS  PHARMACISTS, J  J Revelstoke,     :      B. C. |  *'M"i"H������f'f1������T"M"l~T"f"H������M������l"M'f.W������  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  DKF.lt HICAns,  IIIKIIS, ANIMALS, Etc.,  Proiei'.rvocl nnd Mouutud.  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  Fruit and Confectionery  Soft Drinks  Tobaccos and Cigars  Ice Cream Parlor  in Connection   Mrs. W. J. Lee  MclC-U-iK Ave.  THQS. R. DAVEY,  rRstir lake gity.  Noliiry rubllc Mininp nnd Real  Kstiiti! Itrolecr nnil Genoral O0111-  lnission Alton!.- Minus ruportcd  em nnel c.stliiiiitcs civen for work.  Lutost reliable iiituriiiatfnn an to  elnlnis ivorkiiiK'aiiel forsnlein the  district. eloeiel iiro.speets helel  iinsy.     Write or will.  D; PICKARD  .ASSAYER..  Apples '���������-  Apples, evapnr.-itecl, new per lh..!js    V2\  wholo peril).      1-1  Dried,Fruits .  Currants.  Raisins..  R. S. WILSON,  $ CITY MKRCHANT TAII.OI5.  c        <S  ������ ' ������  ������   Kaisins   ������   Prunes   gj Apples   Prunes, silver.. .  Wishing to Clear Out  theism, k oi J. .-ikftnh"fl_ rt_. fro-  eTimzj^^oti  r.li t>-.- ,. r^.  WATCHES," JEWELLRY '""'"''  and SILVERWARE  Baking  Powder  R.tkiner Powder,   Price's,   12 oz.  Price's." 2i"lt)s.  viiU^^Uix^  per tin   Bakincr Poweler  P"r tin   ���������A'HrV  P'l* tin   B.ekiliir Bnw.li-r  r-t-r-1     ov.. iin-. M fi-r  n  0  10  fi  12 A  35  1 15  Rhniiath  at   lhe   ri<{ht    price.    See  Geo. Bell A: Co.'.-ad.  ���������Just leceiveel two ears of finishing  liimher.    R. Tapping.    .,  ��������� Lailies* aiul (Jeiii's   BicA'cle  Gloves! Front St  at (_'. B. llunie A: Co.'.-.        * i   I     ���������Hoy->*  suit.-,  a  few left .it liaivcaiii  i prices, at _\I. K. Lnw-on's.  ;���������A ni'w lot of hidif-'.hosiery. a sple  ! did line, at .M. K. Lawsi.n'.-. -���������j  i    , ���������Klondyke Wall-/., the latest.    Pm-:  ! -ale eit Alliim _> .lL".veli'r_..Siori'. I'"t.   St.;  1 '  I     ���������Koran ea-*v wa-li elav 11 v a IJmvns.!  'iwll Wa.-her.    Sec   Geol   He'll   .V Co.'si  ad. ���������   I  W'hitK Star, 12  v.-f have rerli.^'-il pri^f- r.t ������nrnf. *t, a *ma!  e-e-n* _cc ������l)ov������ ne������.i. enfl will rontlnu.  ������������������.iline : p..k*.Rrr Powder   '-White  Star,  nt -ciln-nel prir.- r.r.iilJiilT i.i.    We nlmmsiij:     ,,    .!> "   '.'     ' ol.ii,  aspet-ialtyof ' !     H). tins, per un   Watch Repairing . Bnkinti  Pow.li'i-,  White Star,  PBch joh b"hi2 tlir.rnuKhlv r"i.Rir---'J  un_ jeuar- |     '"��������� Ull-"'. per tin    Htitft"d for VI rnnr-:)j������    N'ii rnr_. no pav. J  -Mail nrrteri r>r..my.ily att^ndot!  10,"and  c-x-j  press paid one -.my. J Bluing  E. M. ALLUM,  Watchmaker nnd J������������w������l^r.  REVELSTOKE.  'n''| Bicycle Given -  Away  On August ist, by the  j Rlninj; squai'-s. per lb   j liltiing liquid, per Imtlle...  Brooms  Broom-- fl; each   I'2) each   (.'il each   II) e.uh   2 10  *i0  55  00  20  IS  _.>  :*.**.  ���������id  Canned Fruits  Canned Fruits, Cilii'ofiiia.2.'. His;^  ��������� each : ".        211  Canned   sliawlierrics,  Canadian  2 lbs., each  .....".'        17  Canneel   raspberries.   Canadian.  2 lbs., each "...       17  Canned Vegetables  Tomatoes, 3 II). tins, per tin  12i  Corn. 2 lb,,I ins, pei-tin  11  Peas, per tin '.'  *   10  Beans, per tin  10 .  Cocoanut  Cocoanut, in bulk, peril)       27  Cocoiiui'.t-iii-packets per_lb  ���������lio.  ���������Maple   ������yiup ��������� direct    shipment  frnii: New Hniii.ii- irk   at   ('.!!.   Hume  I .t Ci������'.'.-.  !     ���������Hti-iinqe how   vein   let   that   eoiii>;li  1 h.iim   on?      Field    .V    He-w'i    Pectoral  ! Hal.-aii) will reiu.-ive il.  1  !     ���������Hot    water    b.i'.'s     and     fenmiain  i.-yiint;e-:      price ���������loiviie-s;     liiblier���������  lieioelne.-.-: al Field .t How.-.  ���������L'-irined -lii'iinps and mackerel, a  elelirate eli-h for the lunch table, and  honey in cnnil.-i for breakfast at C IJ.  llunie ._: Co.'.-. ���������  I Biscuits  ... HOTEL EDWARDS. Hi^-uit*. sn.ii,.:������iu-.. i.oX. v-rn..  Clnll at ti,������ hot. i nnel -^abont it. | I'-'t te-i-on's e. 1 e.im Miila-. IIII). tin  i'.ic h      -;  " ��������� j P.itt.eiseur.s   Graham   Wafers.   2  'JO   YOU   h31   Jt>reaQ i P.itier-eiir-iiiiixecl.iiKbijxIs."  ���������II)  :ir,  20  Condensed Milk  Condensed milk. Reindeer, per  tin.-.f   Condensed cream, Jersey, per  tin '  Canned Fish  Salme-n. best, per Iin *������������������  Cove oysters, 2 lb., per Iiu   "       "   -        I lb., per tin   "    Canned Beef  {Canned Beef. 21b.. per tin ...."..  ! Canned Brawn, 2 11)., per tin....  j Lunch Tong.ie, 1 lb., per tin ....  I  1 Fluid Beef  ! Johnston's Fluid Beef, I o/,. tins,  I " ������������������ "     2 ov.. tins.  j                       l Egg Powder  KiiK Poweler, Birds each   13  12  V2\  2r."  15  IK)  ���������10  Marmalade '  Marmalade, Keillor's 7 lbT..  Pickles-  Pickles. 1 frallon pails   Crosse & BlaekweiU's pints.  Patterson's quart scalers...  pint, sealers   Sweet Pickles.:   1 00  SO  :���������*;  :*.*">  20  25  Rice, China ...  Japan ...  Rice  Salt  51  0.i  Thnn linvo  mc *Ioliv*������r j*  tn   you   frp^'li  *'V*ry  'Iny  ��������� A. N. SMITH,  j Cheese  ! Cheese. Mir,-ii.'n's nicdiiiiii.  P"i*  Baker, Confectioner and (irocer.' (-..'{'"j*.;,"  C.in.idi.tn   10 lb. ie b  for the day.  The morninjr service last Sunday in  the Methodist church was devoted to  lhe Snndny school children. The  church had been beautifully decorated  with flowers bv the ' hands nf the;  young people themselves and the service was very heaityand brieht.* beinu  attended by a lnr^e congregation  Rev. S. J. Thompson preached a stirring sermon, illustrating the .action r,t  sin and the prae.-e of God in the human  heart by the effect nf cei tain chemicals  on piire'ivater. ch.inging its color to  Ijl.i-k or ivliite. 'If ,  ��������� C. W. f'orrig.iri. D D.S.. of Vernon.  ' ba-taken ov.-i- Dr. .Alal bison's olT'u e  I h"ie anil will pay his finl visit, on the  j 12> 11 June a ml remain nbout two wee:k.<-  ' fiom tli.it dat>.'.  , Albert Canyon  AU~~--I~~r Canyon". June' .**).���������A timber  limiL is being staked at, Albert, Canyon  up behind Ben Green's ranche.  Mr. Carlson has rented his store to  Mr. .Miironey. He 11-eel to be section  foreman on the C.P.I!.  Jlr. Anderson, head packer, has  gone west to brinp; np the puck train  for the mines. The train is expected  to arrive here on Wednesday. The  men have started fixing the trail up to  the mines.  BORN  Kdwaiios���������On .Inne.' -Ith,  to .Mr. and  'iiMrs. T. Kdwards.-i daughter.  Situation Wanted.  Hy a married ln_y in a private family.   Ad-  "=." IlKKAt.l) OfTir-E.  each...  1 H)  Coffee  Flour  Oirilvio's     or   JCi*r'W;ttiti,  Vox Sale  j\ rr>mr'f(*tf* spw mill mitfif'.     Kncin*' U) h. n , r  hni!i������r(*'") I>. p.    I'Jniior, mfitflior  un'l   ttioiiUNt, '  unfl *-liMitrlc mftfliin'*.   \^'ill snll   wlmlc or nny  jifirt of outfit.    A-ji-jiIy to "S," Hkrai.p.  Point Go/nreRT  H0TEL        ��������� ���������_  x-XDVl'.  COFFFIvS  still lead in  QUALITY AND I'It ICK  |[ (M.-;ti or Gi-oeiiiel)  lavaiinil M11 In Xe>. 2, per Ib   .  B'-st.   Java    ami     Morh.i.    fvery  choice)   One Own Blend   Try ������i:ir 2."> cent, be.in eotfei'.  Chay   and   Sanborn's 2 lb.   tin,  per tin   PLUM PRR PASS.  MAYNK ISLAND, P.Q..  A bout mid way between Vancouver and Vlrt'iria  Thii holel ir situnteil on one -ot the most  beautiful islands in the finlf of r.rnrt'ln.  Climate   elelierhtful.      Clood     Heating     and  FI"hini:, I.iuvn Tennln and Ilnthinp.  -Init the place lo spend a holiday during  thc  hril summer month?.  Tlii; Houie is well   furnished  nnd with  all  modern conveniences.  MODKKATK P.ATKS  Applv loMAXAOEK.  Steamer    leaves    New   Wentminstcr   everj"  Monelny, Tluirseliiy onel Eattirdny.  Flem  per- e:ivt /,  Gelatine  Gelatine, Coxos,  | lb. pae-kuges..  Lard  Laid, pine, ri IW.  Iin.-.   "        "������������������     r> lb. I ins   ���������'      10 lb. litis   "     20 ib. tins....,   Bacon  Breakfast bacon, per lb.  Dry salt Imc-oh, per lb..  2 :������  13  .*>,")  1 10  2 10  m  10J  Salt. .'lib. sacks. II for....  "   50 lb. sacks, each ..  Sapolio  Sapolio, per cake .-....���������.  Soap  Soap���������   Royal   Crown    Soap 20  fur   Peerless Soap, 2."> for   Sunlight soap, IS for   Starch .  Starch, laundry.   1  lb.   Cortins,  perIb   Starch. Com, peril)   ' Soda  Soda. Washing, per lb   25  75  12  1 00  1 00  1 00  10  !)  Sago  Clolel. Silver or Lend .\   Copiier   Golel and Silvor.  ���������   eiol.l or Silver nnd Copper   Ciolel, Silver nnd T.eiiel   (���������olel. Silver, Lend nnel Copper.'.  ...fl flO  .... 2 !K>  .... 2 III)   2 ;il>  ...:- H 1)11  .. .. 4 OU  Prompt Attention' to  Samples by Mail.  Cash Must -Accompany the Sample. ���������*,  Front Street,  Revelstoke  LADIES' EMPORIUM  ��������� Third Ptki:.:t. Ckntrr.  Oppdstte Cowan Block.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment of Fancy  Goods  in  town.  M. K. Lawson.  HOTEL FOR SALE  TI19 Mininp TCxrlmnge hotel for  Milo.    The hotel is well furnis-h-  cl  throiU!tiunt mirl   is (loinir a  pond stt'tuly business.   Apply for  furthor pnrtit'Ulflr.s to  CHAS. M. VlKUJ,  1     RPvrlmnlcivlI.C   i*       ,  Sugo, per lb   Tapioca  Tapioca, pearl, per lb   Teas  Our Teas are the best in the market.  lln 111 Lai's, (tin- favtitil"). per lh.       00  Liplc.11 \s No. 1 per lb        (10  "        No. 2, per lb        50  Nn. ���������'*. per lh 10  5 1b... black tea fm    1 OO  Vermicelli  Vermicelli. 10 Ib. box :       85  Macaroni, 10 lb. box       85  Sheriff's Sale of Mineral Claims s  Under nnd hy virtue of 11 warrant of Execution  issued onto! the County Court of Kootenay, I  hnvo .seized und will offer for Mile at the Court  House, lu thu Citv of llevelstoke, on Mondav.  the 12th day of .tune. IS!)!), at the hour of  12. noon, all the Interest of .lolm Knnestln tho  following mineral claim:--  " lloyal" M. C, si Unite oil Fish Creek, near'  Litrdeiiu Townsite.  ������������������Sultiin" M. C, situate .on 8-Mlle fiulrli.  close to Iloyel C-reek -Trail, and " lllnck Ilia-  inotid " M.e:., situate on Ophir Creek, tribiitnry  eif Lexington Creek, J-V mile from trail, extension of Lust Chance. M.C. *  Dated nt Itevelstoke, 11. C, this first elav or  .Tune, A. D.,1899.  11.13. e-.ROGAN,  Ileputy Sheriff  11 Notice  Take Notice that John II. Itoblnson, of tho  City of Hevelstokc, Intends to apply to the  Board of Licensing roiniiiissioners of the Cltv  of Ilcvelitoke, ill the next sitting of tho  Liccnsim? Court for 11 license to sell liquor b>-  r<'tuil on thu premises owned by lilm anil  situnle on Lots I.i and Iii. Hlock 2S, on the corner of Orton Avenue nnel Second Street ill the  fciiiil City of Itevelstoke.  Dated this lir;.t day of May, A. 1)., ISO!).  Executor's Notice to Creditors.  NOTICE H IIEItEHY GIVEN that all person")  having e-laims against the estate of Allan S.  McKenzie, late of Anaconda, in the State of  .Montana, U.S.A., deceased, are required to-  send to Geo. S. JlcCnrter. of Itevelstoke, IJ. C,  Solicitor for Mnrv McKenzie, the executrix  named in the Inst "will and testament ol said  deceased, full particulars of such claims on or  before lhc IStli dav of .lune, 1899, and after  tho said 15th day of June, the said  executrix wil* proceed to distribute the said  estate amongst the persons entitled thereto,  having reeard only to those claims to which  the executrix shall then have notice, and that  the said executrix will not be liable-for thc  proceeds of suid estate or any part thereof so  distributed to uny person of wno.se claim tho  said executrix had not notice at the time of.  the distribution thereof.  Dated thWirith Mnv 1899.  ���������     GEO. S. Me-CARTEK,  S9���������lw Solicitor for the salel Executrix.  Wholesale and Retail General Merchants.  Administrators Notice to Creditors  Notice is hereby given that all creditors and  persons having claims ugainst the estate or  Arthur Godfrey Molson Spragge, late of Revelstoke, B. C, barrister, deceased, are required*  to send to James F. Armstrong, Esq., Official  Administrator, at Fort Steele, B. 0., the" administrator of this estate, full particulars of  such claims on or before the 23rd day of Juner  1*09; and after the said 23rd June, 1899, tho  said administrator will proceed to distribute  said estate amongst f the - persons entitled  thereto, having regard only to those claims of  which thu said administrator shall then have  notioe and that the said administrator will  not be liable for thc proceeds of said estate nr  any part thereof so distributed to any person  of whose claim the said administrator shall not;,  have hp-d notice at thc time of the distribution  thereoi.  Dated this 23rd dav of Mav, 1S9P.  GEORGE 8. McCARTER    '  41���������4tt���������w      Solicitor for said Administrator.


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