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Revelstoke Herald 1899-07-08

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 titfT  A  \.������.  ^.~7i~~-Xy  V-'f/L,  -&.C--  .-���������c.  O^-Cr^h  Ur^^^L^dU/  s  ���������~fy.  -TSSTJE3D   TWICB-A-WEBK ��������� "WIElIDIISriESZD-A-YS    j__.n_T_D    S-A-T"Cr:R,:D.A.~5rS-  Vol. HI.    No.  53.  OOTENAY  IS  OUR  FIELD  Our business is steadily  increasing. Our stocks arc  larger than ever. We buy  in car loud lots. Our ware-  room and cold storage facilities are the best in Revelstoke. We have a large  branch store at Trout Lake  Ci-y.  The Lardeaiv and Trout  Lake district is now coming  to the front; shipping mines  already, and railway transportation by competitive  companies is now a certainty. Ami we are well  pre[aredto supply miners'  and prospector's' complete  outfits.  Have You  Made Up.  ITour Miii(T:  what you would like 'for'  }��������� our new suit? No matter  what kind ot" elothes'.-'style.  color or pattern .you fancy  lnost.-cnic and examine our  new and up-to-date.stock.  Men's Slioes  for Summer  Every ."hoe in this showing is new; new in pretti-  nes-s as well- as in fashion,  material arid making. We  have been appointed sole  agents for the "Slater t>hoe"  but have plenty other makes  and styles for any preferring them.  About  ---Priees--���������  "When we sell you an  article' at SI it's worth $1;  straight business methods  at this store. Our business  is to sell general merchandise not ouly this year, but  next year and' years alter.  That being the cuse, it is  simply business common  sense for us to sell tlie very  best goods we can as cheap  as we can. We want _ your  trade, and we are making it  worth your while' to trade  ���������with us, This you know or  will know. All branches,of  our business are to be kept  right up to the times and  the prices kept down.  If You Can't  Call on Us  we will call on you���������-just let  us hear from you. Our advertisements arc plain facts  plainly stated. We invite  investigation of them in  any manner.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 8,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  7?������      S *0*****&*&***>������&KtWH^^  GREAT DEPA  WHILE  THE  SUN SHINES  There'll   be   less  and   less  sunshine  every  day  from now till Xmas but quite  enough of it to keep these summer goods high in j'Our esteem for several months.  This Store is the  Favorite Place  to Shop in Summer.  The architect *was thoughtful for your comfort when he opened   up  through all  the floors clear to the roof tlie* great area which absolutely  prohibits  thc   ttagnatioiV, of,  T?rom basement to top floor every part is cool, bright and wholesome. .  air  1TOU ARE WELCOME TO ENJOY IT  o  Men's Summer Shirts.  To keep cool you must dress cool. That's why  Neglige Shirts are so popular I'or summer wear.  Judging hy our sales you would think we were  supplying all the men in town with them. Certainly the hulk of trade is coming our way.  Why? Prices like these have something to do  witli it   ���������Men's C-iinhric Shirts, cuffs.attached,  in -small .neat,  patterns, all sizes, and in the regular  way are .worth  $1.25; this, week they will go at 75c  Men's Cambric Zephyr Neglige Shirts, separate  link i-ulTs, al-0 two separate collars, all the' latest,  colorings and all sizes, regular price .$1.50. to  clear .it ". : ". ,...." $1.00  Men's Neglige Shirts made from fine Madras.and  Zephyr in-ileiials, light and cool, for summer wear,  large range of the latest patterns iu cheeks .-mil  stripes; tliis sale...'. ftl.oO  SB 2.H50; Trousers  for $1.50  Only 25  men can  during this sale.  take  ad van ta ge of this offer  25 pair Men's Trouper's made of all-wool Canadian  Tweed, in dark shades, side anrl hip nocket, well  made "anil trimmed, our. regular price $2.50 a pair;  Special al '. $1.50  Men's Straw Hats.  Men's American and Knglish niiiki  styles, plain or ro'ugli liraid ut    ..  straw boaters.  C.B.HUME&C0.  Men's Plain C  Hat brims, at  nnt on Straw Boaters,   full  shape.  nevv  ..75c,  with  . .-10c  | Summer Hosiery.  -The hosiery counter gets its share of the trade  that comes lo this store. It is the center of the  hosiery trade for Revelstoke. A casual comparison is enough tii show that tliere the hest  qualities, the big-jest varieties and the greatest  values are to lie had.       .       .       ....  Ladies' superior quality Black Cotton   Hose, stainless  ar.d full fashioned, regular price 25c, special 15c  Ladies'extra line Plain Black  Cotton,,1-lose,  Heims-  dorf   fast   black,'> full   fashioned,   regular price 35c;  -special���������-f-v--. ������������������*���������'.. .'."���������"���������-.j^.-.*vk���������..-..-.. .*.".. - -..-.-.. 25c-  o  Men's Pl.-iin Black Cashmere Sox, seamless foot, regular price 50c; this sale 35c or 8 pairs for $1.00.  A Quick Offering  in Shirt Waists.     l   -.  Another clear up in Shirt Waists. This tinie it,  is .''lining our better lines; those we have lieen  selling at $1.75 to $2.25 each. This is how we  group them for a quick sale '    ���������        ;   '.  49 only,f. Ladies'   Fancy   Shirt   Waists,. in 'madras.'  ginghams, pique, chamliray  with shirred and tucked  fronts, regular price $2.00 to $2.25, special   $1.50  Plain Cream Dress Drill  Did  you  ever hear of anything equal   to- this.'  A  seven ounce plain cream dress drill fur -  15 Cents a. Yard.  Its the quality we always -sell   at  20c   a yard, lint .ii,  limited (|-t.inr.ty will'he reserved   I'or* buyers' at- "his"'  sale al. 15i- a yard.    Tt has a smooth, even, finish: just,  the thing for dresse*. skirts and blouses.  Dress Goods;  No time to lose if any goods are to he cleared  out. We are, going to make-* this sale tl.e  occasion for a sweeping clearance of three lines  of Dress Goods"at. prices that ������ill surprise the  keenest buyers. All this season's purchases  ���������   and here's the way we cut prices   75 yards fancy Dress Goods in  small, neat checks, all  this season's colorings, this sale 20u  50 yards Fiench   Fancy ' Dress   Good  in plaids, all  neiv this season, this sale 25r  100 yards Black and Colored Dress -Goods,  consisting  of fancy' blacks and poplins, this sale 35c  Our Selling" of  Wash Goods,  Such selling of Wash Goods   as   wp   have  had  this   week   discounts   anything of thu kind we  .' I'var   before    enjoyed.      Many    good    buying  '        chances still on'hand and aii'iong them we mention these   2S inch Welt   Cord   Pique,   a   very   special   line for  blouses, special al, '. 18c  28.inch Plain White Pique Suiting, fine, medium iind-C  heavy cord, heavy weight,   extra   fine   finish, spejiiiil."  at.- *.' .'.." : :...'.'. .-...'." 20u.'<  i .      > "     *.      ���������   ���������  !!G inch Linen Crash  Suitings,   natural   color,- tlior"  ....'....:.'.'. 25c  oughly shrunk, special at...  10 pieces onlv, Print in''light.  Sc. to 10c goods, special to clear  and dark colors, res  nlar  .Oie  Good Hews  ij-  for Housekeepers.  .   It   will   be   good   news   tor   those   wishing to  beautify their homes  but  who  are   hesitating  .,"_., about the expense.    Surely thatriced not worry  any homeowner when hoine" "needs, such _ as we  '    sell can he had for so little  money at lhis sale���������  CARPETS-Second Floor. '-    .     -$    },  -250 y.-trdsrbest-10 wire-Euglish-Brussels buck-tapestry-^  ill  new  .70c'  carpet,   light,   medium   and   dark   shades,  designs, regular price 85c and 9l)c. on sale....  MATTINGS-Second Floor. '  500 yards heavy Chinese and  Cotton. Warp  Japanese Matting, regular price 35c, special.  CARPET SQUARES-Second Floor.  6 only. Japanese Squares, 3x3J   yards,   in   medium..-,  shades and colorings, regular price $4.50, special $2.75  Joiutles,   25c'  Crockery and  GlaSSWare-Second Floor.  md White, regular price $8.50.  GALA   DAY  AT  TROUT LAKE  A Good Programme of Sports���������A Large  Attendance of Visitors���������The Weather  Remarkably Fine and a Most Enjoyable Day Spent.  Boat Race, half mile and-ret urn,���������  single sculls: 1st. J. T. Lowther, 2nd.  M.  Mathison.    Prize $3.  Greasy Pole (over water)���������1st. J.  Devlin. 2ud. Rob. Johnson. Prize,  new hats.  Fifty Yards Dash, hoys overS years,  -1st. Oswald Wood, 2nd W. Cunningham.    Prize, $1.50.  100 Yards Dash���������1st. .1. Smith, 2nd.  E. C. Bell.    Prizes, $3, $1.50.  25 Yards Dash, boys under 8 years���������  1st. A. McPherson, 2nd. G. McPherson  Prizes. $3. $1.50.  25 Yard Dash, girls under 10 years���������  1st. G. McPhetson, 2nd. G. Ciiiniing-  himi.    Prizes $3. $1.50.  Fat Man's Race, 75 yards.��������� Dead  heat, party refusing to run it off���������  J. Fitzgerald, $10 in lumber.  150 Yards Obstacle Race���������1st. Kd.  Bell. 2nd. J. Lundy.    Prizes. $5. $2.50.  Prospectors Pack Race, 50 yards���������  1st. H. Giiiter, 2nd. F. Laudreaii.  Prizes. $5.00 pair of boots, sack of Honi.  Sack Race���������1st. J. Smith, 2nd. E. A.  Bell.   Prizes, $5, $3.  Three-Legged Race���������1st. Ed. Bell.  2nd. J. Lundy. Prize. $5, 1st. learn.  In the second race F. Junes came in  first with J. Smith n close second.  Prize. $3.  StaiidingLong .Ininp���������1st, J. Smith.  2nd. J. Lundy.    Prizes, $3. $2.  Running Broad Jump���������1st. F. .Tones,  2nd. J. Lundv; distance, 17 feet. 21 in.  Prizes. $3, $2.  Hop. Step and .Tump���������1st. E. A.  Bell, 2nd. .1. Lundv; distance 35 feel,  II inches.    Prizes. $3. $2.  Standing High .Tump���������1st. .1. Smith  heighth,   -I ft.   2 in.  Lundy.  2nd.  Prizes, $1. $2.  2nd. E. A." Bell  Prizes. $3, $2.  Pole Vaulting���������1st,  J,  J, H. Curry; S ft. 10J in  Running Iligh Jump���������1st. F. Jones,  2nd. E. A. Bell, -1 ft. 2 in.    Prize $2.  Putting Shot���������1st. J. Smith, 85ft. 3h  in.    Prize, $4.  Drilling Contest���������F.' Laudreau. J.  O'Dimeli; 1st. Prize $20. L. Johnson.  H. Carter. 2nd.    Prize, $10. *    ���������  220 Yard Dash���������1st. F. Jones. Piize,  $10; 2nd. J.' Smith.    Prize, $5.  Hook and Ladder Firemen's Competition.���������No. 1 team, 50 yards run and  men on ridge of roof.    Time, 35 sec.  No. 2 team���������Time. 30 seconds.  Open Horse Race Entries���������E. Hill-  man's Mike, A. Craig's Britton, XV. C.  Ross' Lady Bannockbiirn. Three  heals���������1st heat: Britton 1st. Lady  Baniiock'iurn 2nd. 2nd. heat: Lndy  Bannorkbnrn 1st, Britton 2nd. -3rd  heat: Britton 1st. Ladv Baunockburn  2nd. *      '"���������      -"        .  Cavnse Race (3 entries)���������E. A.���������. Hill-  ma ri's Pinto.'A. Criiig's-ISluuMay*, W.  C.Ross' Jo.Jo.       ". ' ....  Three heals���������1st ��������� heat. Ross' Jo Jo  1st, Pinto 2nd.  Pony Race (fhree heats)���������A. Hill-  man's Maud, Schmock's Butcher Boy,  A. Craig's North Star. , Alec. Cuiii-  ining's Babe. Winners���������Maud, 1st,  Butcher Boy 2nd. '  In the foothairiiinteh Revelstoke vs.  Lardeau, the Liirdeau team won by a  score of three goals to nothing.  In the evening there was a great  display of fireworks IiisVitig about an  hour. Tlie*"-'display, t,('ok place "from  the s.s.-Victoria vvho'pnlleddown'some  two om the'shore.; The-scene  at times looked something like ji bombardment, rockets- flying hither, and  fliitlie,r-and "Roman. candle's* ad. lib.,  bnt"tho,hl'st,of it all was'--tlie" hand.  The inhabitants of Trout, Lake will  never forgefthe treat it gave theni.  Mniic at the dknee, music on'the trip  to Selkirk City, music at- church, iind  too much praise cannot he* given the  b.-i'nd for the manly way the lioys kept,  it _* going. Hurrah for the "judge!  Hurrah for Lundy!  The Spokane Fair.  Mining is to be made the principal  feature of tlie Spokane Fruit Fair this  year, the fair having been merged  into the Spokane Industrial Exhibition. A special excursion of mining  investors fiom the east is to be  arranged in which it is expected that  several hundred people from the east  will participate. The American  Institute of Mining Engineers will be  holding tlieir annual convention in  San Francisco in October and an invitation lias been extended to them to  relurn via Spokane and take in the  exhibition. Every effort will be bent  to make the fair this year the greatest  mineral exhibition ever shown in the  country and L. K. Armstrong, the  secretary of the mineral division,  urges on the co-operation of mining  companies in British Columbia to  make ail extensive and representative  exhibit of their mineral resources as  possible. The show will lust from  October 3 to 17.  Standard.  H. P. Smith came in from Standard  Basin on Wednesday. There are  seven men at work on the Standard  group, some doing assessment on some  of the other claims while the main  force is at work on the lower level  tunnel on the Standard. The tunnel  is now in 25 feet and is calculated to  strike the lead at 00 feet, when the  proposition is to run along the lead to  strike the shaft which will give adepth  at that point of 150 feet. Theie is  still from five to six feet of snow on  the level in the basin.  A Simple Fly Preventative.  The Vancouver World is responsible  forthe following: People in this countiy wlio are annoyed by Hies should  remember that clusters of fragrant  clover, which grows abundantly by  nearly every roadside, if .hur.g in the  loom and left to dry and shed il.s  faint fragrant perfume through the  air, will drive away more flies than  sticky saucers or molasses and other  fly-traps . and fly-papers can ever  collect.  Nettie L.Ore Shipment.  The recent shipment, of 15 tons of  ore from the Nettie L to -the Trail  smelter turned out very satisfactorily  to (he Great Western Mines. Limited,  who own the mine. The sorted ore  ran as high as $410 to the ton, and the  manager. W. ,B. Pool is much encouraged by tliis first shipment. The  shipment'iironspd considerable interest  among the management of the smelter  and among mining men   in   Rossland.  * Hdw would it do to send Messrs*.  Martin and Cotton to the Peace Conference at The, Hague ?���������Victoria  Globe;   . .������  Another Strike in   the -Standard, Basin.-  "' Frank Tibbies, of Spokane, and XV,  Wallace have been prospecting the  Standard Basin and "struck a" very  extensive lead of copper ore of the  same'character a.s that in the Standard  claim.-, They have named their claims  the Morning and Noonday. Tin' claims  join the Monitor, the next claim to the  Standard in the.gionp.  Smith Creek. .V 1  Andy Purkes .camo!jn from Smith  Creek*.on ' Wed'ne.s*day'.*,-.verV jubilant  over.the prospects of his" company " in on their claims up there,  though they are hnvingditlionlty with  water. The wash ���������gravel is panning  out. very ."nicely and Andy fetched  down a good bit of gold, including one  seven dollar nugget. '  THE STANDARD GROUP CLAIM  A Description of the Great Copper Indications in Standard Basin and  of the  Work Done on the Property.  (By a SpeclEl Correspondent).  The following description of the  Standard gioup uf claims which, owing  to J. M. Kellie's recent conduct, has  caused so much discussion, is given hy  a practical working prospector, who  has no interest in the property whatever, at the Herald's request:  " The Standard   group   is   situated  about 40 miles north of Revelstoke on1  the east  side of  the  Columbia,  on  a..,*  divide, in which is  the  "basin" culled  the Standard basin, on the south  side"  of which- the   north   fork   of   Carnes  Creek  heads,   while   One  Mile Creek  takes its rise on the southwest and the"  south fork of  Downie on   the   north.  The bisin is situated  ahout,  six miles  east of the Columbia.    The  formation .  of the section   is   granite,   schist nnil  diorite, traversed across the south  by  a graphite, limestone and   porphyritic  dykes.    On the nortli or hanging' side  of the ledges the country appears to*  be   undisturbed    by   later    eruptions '  and   holds   its     course     with     great  strength and  regularity on   the   surface, dipping into the north east, right  over the top of   the   mountains  from  end to end of the claims.    The   strike*  of nearly all, in  fact of   all   the ��������� well  defined ieads, is northwest bv  south-"  east.  " The work done   on   the Standard  consists of a  tunnel   which   has-heen  run bet.wt.en 50 and  60  feet,   giving  n  depth of about 40  feet   more   or' less '  from   the    A    chamber has-  been made for a station  and  a shaft  sunk on the hanging wall, striking the  ledge   and   following   it    downward. *  Your   correspondent   saw  some  very  good samples out of  the  shaft,  which  is now,   however,   filled  with  surface  witer.   Tlie   tunnel   cuts   the    ledge  right in two. showing  the lead  to  be  about 15 or 20 feet between walls. The -  character of the ore consists chiefly of .  copper   pyrites,' sulphides   of   copper]  and   carbonates,'     Native     copper  is '  found on   the   hanging   side,   a  good  indication of the   likelihood   of   large'  bodies of   sulphide,   of   copper   being  found in increasing quantities asdepth '  is attained.      In my opinion all that is "  necessary in this property is  to  gain  depth lo make it a shipper.    The shipping mines   in   the   Rowland district '  never had such a showing and  I  have '  seen the surface indications   of theni-.  all.      Even   in   the   famous   Occur d'  Alenes I ne.ver saw such .strong sur-_  face showings outside of the  Bunker"  Hill and Sullivan.     I   saw   the  great"  Poor  Man   and   Tiger   claims   hefore*  there was a shot put into 'them and *  there was   nothing - but' stringers on"  the  surface,���������  Plenty  df" miners,  con-';  damned   theni.    .-is"   they   did  otherj  claims, which today are  big shippers. -  We have the same class  of eye .pros-"  pectors  in   this  .country  who. 'when"  they go "out.   stock   themselves '.with _  dime nnvels.-ind lay nrider.s'ome shady  tree or tent'. -This  kind  of would-be"!  mining men would do "better tn" keep '  the trail where their judgment would,,  ���������be-,'.-.well' adapted    to"  estimating  on  "corduroy bridges.      We have seen lots"  of the.-e kind of men, who  would  like-  to be big guns   but   are   only   loaded  with smoke."  Purchased Half the Town. ,.  Travelling Agent Bluyton. of t.he  Northern Pacific, was in the Lai dean  last week looking up promising investments in .* townsite. " properties.  Afler -visiting several rising ������������������Ross-  lands," he finally made a deal for half  the townsite at Ferguson.  J".    . ... '."-. _ ������,    "  Board of Trade.-,  There was a very poor attendfince ut..  the monthly meeting of the  Board  of  Trade on Thursday night.     The chief  business transacted  was  the  appoint-",  ment   of  delegates   to   the   Rossland  convention   of   boards   of    trade '  in  Kootenay.    Messrs.  Haig and Brewster heing selected.    Nejft Thursday   is  the   quarterly   meeting,   when   it1 is"  expect-d  that  members   will   make a  point of being  present.    It  is absurd  for people to kick against the executive for taking too much on themselves'  when  hardly   -i  quorum can   he   got'  together for "a general meeting.  I  %g3_g%g-&_aiftagg^^  1 Tea Sett. Blue  special   15 dozen Glass Tumblers, our  sale, per doz   Small Bedroom Lamp-*, with  '.ale   .$4.75  ular price $1.40, this  ..".' SKlc  handles,  complete, this  , 35c.  II  Of Groceries have apparently  dropped out of fashion ....  The Original Price List  Still Exists  however, and can be obtained on application to  3.  *_.*  A/*  onsumers' Wholesale SaPPty . Store  : . -... t������)  ' C������I  We cairy 11 complete stock of���������  STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,  TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, DRIED  FRUITS, FLOUR AND FEED,  MINERS' AND PROSPECTORS'  SUPPLIES, CHOICE CREAMERY  BUTTER, CHEESE, FRESH  EGGS.  Special quotation!, given on large  quantities. Estimates furnished  promptly. Special attention given  to large" orders for the entire supplies for hotels, hoarding houses,  camps and mines.  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  By consulting this list,'housekeepersS  will see whether they are paying too������  much for their supplies,- so it is worth 5>  while having this 'list in the*-house as S  it'will -.  @  SAVE MONEY |  ii FOR YOU. |  Send .us your address and we wills  mail you a copy of this list, which will ������  show you what the best , of gbods are g  honestly worth.       - %  ������33������������������?������2ftXSS^^ !S31Xi������2iSS������S������5������5>S������������������  thee. APPLETON COMPAWY'   REVELSTOKE, B. O, Revelstoke   Herald  Published In Interests o  Rjvels.oke.   Lanlean. Big Bond, Trout Lake  Illtcillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordiin  Hum and EaRle Posa "Jtatricia.  JOHNSON..   Proprietor  A eemi-Weokly Journal. publlBhed In tho  Inttreble ot Revelstoke and the surrounding  dstnci, Wednesdays ana Saturdaj B, making  .das&st connections with all traino.  Advertising Rates: Hiepiay ads, 51.SO per  eoluniniuch, $2.00 perincli%vhenin6Brtedon title  page. Legal acts. 12c pvr (nonpareil) line for  nrst insertion -. Sc tor each additional insertion.  -     -- ... BiSh.  ists and largo mine owners, who are  mostly absentees, but on the lawyers,  doctors, business men and the working  classes who have settled in llie Rand  district less as a speculation than lo  make it their home and earn a living  and bring up their families. In other  words, they have a country; and that  country is'tho Transvaal; nnd ns men  who have taken up a permanent residence in it, they demand,not unreasonably, that tt should ho made politically  and socially endurable. If Mr. Paul  Kruger sets any considerable value on  his  hide   it will  be  .iust as  woll  for  ANARCHIST   RIOTS  Reading notices, 15c per line ench issue.  ���������darri_Ke_������nd]������ftt_ notj.ies. .">. p^iliim to''take a gentle tumble before he  P^ZT^ToV S5'SS51n?������..BlSi"tirS is forced to go through an ignominious  advance. T    l somersault from which he  will never.  u~- Job Department: .lm: Hekat.hJ������������ recover,   for  the   formidable fortifica-  Oepsrt-nent, is one of the best equipped  printin; oiUce- in West Kootenay, nnd is pre-  pareo to execute all kinds ot printing iu llrijt  class style at honest prices. One price to oil.  "no job too large���������none too small���������for us. Jl ail  orders promptly attended to. Givo us a inai  en your nexi order.  ToCcrrcsoondents: Wo ini correspondence on any subject of interest no tho i;ener..l  public, and desire a reliabl' regular correspondent in every locali'* surrounding  Revelstoke. In all uason the bona tide namo  o'. the writer niu. t accompany manuscript, but  to:necessaiHy f^r publication.  Address all co.nmunicatious  REVELSTOKEHERALD  tions he. has built up with .British  money can bo as speedily demolished  with British guns.  SWINBURNE'S  GREAT  POEM  Probably tho two most remarkable  poems that have been written since  the death ol! Tennyson, tho greatest  of modern pocts.are Rudyard Kipling's  Recessional and 'A' Channel' Passage,  \Si,',. which has just come from the  pen of Algernon C. Swinburne. It is  Villi of Mr. Swinburne's '��������� characteristic lire, and is marked by the boldness  of imagery, nnd by the musical versification -which distinguishes the best  works of that singer of surpassing  power, it contains .1" stanzas ot" sb:  lines each. We give'helow-.'the lirst  two stanzas, and the last:  Forth from Calais, at dawn of niglit,  ���������when sunset summer on autumn'  v shone,  Fared tho steamer, alert, anil, loud,  through'seas'where only the sun  lv ' appro'achin'e.   The   final   repection i        was   gone:  ���������   ��������� -     'Soft and sweet as the sky they smiled,  ~      and   bade   me   welcome:    a    dim  Barcelona Terrorized   Iiy Angry Mobs  Who Attack  Convents  and  Churches  Barcelona, July -1.-���������An  angry  mass  mooting was held today at which violent  speeches wero mado and  resolutions  passed   demanding    the   liberation   of   the   Auarehists   confined   at  Mont  Juice  prison.   After  the   meeting -there was a street light between  the   mob   and   the  police.      A  Jesuit  convent   was   stoned 'by' the   rioters.  A crowd leaving a hull fight attacked  a   parly  c,"  monks  who had  just  ar-  . rived   from   the   Philippines.       The  monks   woro   rescued   by   the   polico.  The   mob   then,   swarmed   throughout  the town, stoning street cars, churches  and shops.    All the shops wero closed  Troops continue to-'patrol  tho      town  to suppress the demonstrations.  Quiet  was not restored until midnight.  The  moll   paraded   the   streets   and    made  demonstrations   before     the   Episcopalian   palace   and     residences,     and  about   tiie   electric,     ears   nnil   cafes,  shouting "Down with   tlio  Jesuits."  TWO  VIRGINIANS   SHOT  1690  1899  Favorite   Southern   Method  Williamson, W. Va., July ' 4.���������This  morning, while in a Norfolk west  hound train, Elias Hatfield, Jr., son  of tho notorious "Devil Anse" Hatfield  shot dead R. E. Ellis, commonly  known as "Doc" Ellis, Hatfield escaped aud was pursued by an officer.  The shooting arose out of troubles  of long standing.  Richmond, Va., July -1.���������State Senator Flanagan wns *shot dead at the j  Pawhattan court house hy Common- j  wealth Attorney Pilkington. Pilking-  ton defeated Flanagan at the last election for the attorneyship of the county and there hns been hitter feeling  between them ever since.  IMPERIAL   BW  IN THE CITY:OP-REVELSTOKE..  K0T1CS TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1. All ispsndence must, lie legibly  ivrittcu on   n   cide of tho papor only.  2. Oorresp-i ldence containing personal  i-attermus* be signed with n.a pr per naiue  cf lhc write!.  3. i.onespondencc with reference to any  ibing that has appeared in another paver  must llr=t be offered tor publication to that  acr   before it can appear in The Hbbji.ii.' -  BRITAIN    AROUSED *     j  Tne crisis in the Transvaal is rapid-1  by  Kruger  of     effectual   compromise  in   the   negotiations   with   Milner   at  the Cape, has left matters in a dead,  ���������lock.    But   the  British   public  is?.uneasy,   seldom,   almost   never,, demonstrative in public, it has been aroused,  by the reception of Milncr's message  into  an  exbibtion  of patriotic wrath  ysueh as has only been equalled in the.  .last  20  years von  the  ocasion of  the  ���������_'.' German  emperor's    famous telegram.  . .Then  the. masses were stirred to the  ? deptns  and  all   over      Great Britain  arose the roar of iii  an angry nation.  .':,- It'is the same, now, and the contagion  is  spreading.   The  governing, classes,  ..who.feared to  deal in  any .way with  .'...'.the Transvaal, matter vowing to a slimy  trail that the Jamieson raid had left  over  it,  are   at last  aroused..���������������������������?'.��������� .They  , see that a backdown practically impossible,   arid   that . no   half .measure  y of -enfranchisemnt :can   he   accepted.  ���������'���������;'��������� The country is in such a' state. Of, excitement now 'that if the government  ? dare .give way? it could not ?last Iff a.  ?? month. ;Slow, to   anger,   unlike 'their  easily  excited , neighbors, across ?> the  ���������',',   when y the. British .public   is  aroused it is. its  wrath;?  ??,Sir-,: Alfred; Milrier's? message -gives  '.'���������_ no.-alternative ?as'".���������possible;' HeV-���������ells-,  .vtirictly. says; that all  idea,: of ..British:  ���������������������������'���������,.��������� suzerainty must beidropped if- a- hack-?  ? dowii--?is?;made. ?i;y.Thaty the ������������������'..reforms  ?, mustvhe thorough ?;arid,that-'no;.com-  V���������:promise? canSshe?;ei~tentairied.'.?SThi__?  ..���������message; has v..been:_ heartily approved  vvipf?by?;,the;iinhabitants-;ofv;cape'ColpiiyV  ?-'and?Nata!yall*'have' strongly, ^endorsed  -y.thev.message;?: aridi; there vis ;no "doubt:  iyVimt? that? every'English: speaking, man  Ui11 South "Africa, is behind the message_  yy ;:ButyH?,graver;; factor has?.comeV:into:  :v- th*" ,_���������; e-ise, ivthat? of the ?continuance ������������������'��������� of  yypape Coio'ny as a member of ;the:Brit-;  iV.ish-Erj'fire.y For,; if? the''Transvaal-: is  :���������?? to ?bc?vable to:bluff vthev empire there  vi??:!s;.S������Wl reason.; tofeaiithaKtheiDutchi  '���������> :?Jh ?C������pe   Colony?, may-cause  trouble.'  '������������������"���������:': Always  letrocatiye,  alwavs positively  y ni'ioleraiK? of  British  rule  ir is very  ;?.? probableythat, ..incited--, bv-the success  ,,:.--:.ot. a ������������������small inlandVrepubile  standing  y off- si-.ccesstully the greatest empire of  the ^vorid  they: too:: may desire indc-  ?y'nenoence and bring upon? South Africa'  y    the horrors? of.eivil?. strife.: :??v??,?..:??y:?;.?  'y-;r . .Howey-jy :there js.':.ho.Gladstone -at'  -ythevvheadyof  the; British'government  yrow,   lut ������������������ a; su-brigSd imperialist, v'- The  ..-. colonial   secretary,': Mr: VChamberlain,':  ,,who^has the fate of the Transvaal in'  his ihands,"- is determined1 to -liave the.  ���������?.���������,.-��������� ���������������������������rerqrms   asked   for   effected;   He 'is  ... no little Englander. and his own, words  ���������;.-   ^q^.Iiq-y,"strong thatiidetermiuaitioni  y _:is_: and::we.:need vnevervfear  for .the  ^repetition ;.pf ythey shame';' of  Majuba  y .as long as.the present British govern- vat thev head:of affairs     ���������::  sv,-eet.  hour  (���������learned and whispered in   wind  and  sea,   and   heaven   was   fair   as   :;  . field  in  llower.  Stars fulfilled the desire of the darkling  world,   as   with   music:    the   star  :   bright  air  Made   the  face  of   the  sea,   if   aught  may   make   the   face   of   (lie   sen  more fair.   .���������"���������';'  Whence   came    change? ��������� "���������? Was   -" the.  .sweet night weary of rest?   AVhat  anguish   awoke  in 'the  dark?   -,,  Sudden,   sublime,: the   strong? storm  .'.;���������'.  spake:?  we. heard;-tho.thunders as.  hounds that bark.;?  Lovelier,   if   aught  hev lovelier* than  .ii stars,-";wo;V  saw,''������������������'-tho    lightnings'  ; exalt the-sky,. :-;-.;.-'-*  Living, "���������. and ? 1 ustrous   and f, rapturous  as   love   that   ���������. is'   born   -but? to'.  ,   quicken   and   lighten   and   die.   .;;  Heaven's own; heart.; at itsihighest'-'of  ? delight, found utterance in music  ...and  semblance  in .fire:  Thunder oii. thunder, exulted.: rejoicing  ? and, to satiate the night's  -desire.;   ''-?���������''::,���������,��������� f-S'r.-'-' '-77'���������-.'������������������  ��������� want Uie name, street, vesi-  den'co and ocupatioti of almost ovcry  male resident in this ''city procure a'  eopv of Pettipiece's Directory and Map  of the City of Revelstoke. Price 50  cents..  ���������Nearly SOO addresses of hona-fido  residents of this city in Pettipiece's  Directory and Map of the City of  Revelsloke. .Mail'GO cents to R. P.  Pettipiece, Rovelstoko* B. 0.  2  THE  CZAR  AND  THE  FINNS  Under the auspices of the L. O.   L., No.  1C5S,   in  corijunction with  the Kamloops aud Salmon Arm Associations  GRAND PARADE        GOOD PROGRAMME  Cheap Excursion Bates From   Points Between  Ashcrofc and Revelstoke,  .FIGHTING   in LUZON  Manila, July -I.���������Reports have boon  rsclvcd- cf an outbreak in tTie"Island  of Luzon incident to tlie departure  of the California regiment for liome.  Thc natives seeing a company of soldiers of one small post preparing to  depart, thought tho Americans were  evacuating the island, and a party  of 250 v insurgents,, mostly Bolomans-  attacked the troops and killed one man  and wounded another belonging to  Company ,'E.. PThe Filippinos. ;Were;  however,   easily  driven   oft...  .: D.I.SC.ONTENTE D   DICKYB1R OS  Copenhagen, July -I���������A dispatch was  received here 'today- from St. Petersburg wliich says that. a. .deputation  composed of eminent jurists and politicians representing all,the countries in'  Europe tried and failed in-an at-'  tempt to obtain an audience with llio  Czar for the purpose ot presenting an  address to finish tlie Finnish question.  The address contained signatures of  thousands "of distinguished persons  outside of political life, v? including  Herbert Silencer. Geo. Meredith, Emilc  Zola, Explorer Nansoii and Professors  Momson and Vii'chow.  Round   trip' from Athcvoft to Kevelstoke......  ������������������", -      " ���������������������������'.'.���������'���������.",  .-Kniuloops to;���������������������������-.������������������".'        ......  "        "        "      Salmon Arm to Kevelstoke.  ...'$7.00  ...5.20  ... 2.55  Kevelstoke City band in ottenduncp. -Dinner andTea will be served  on the grounds by.thi* Ladies' Aid of the Methodist arid vPieaby'tcrinii  Churches.    Everybody is invited.    Progrnmriie later.  ���������-Nearly .SOO addresses of hona-fidcl  residents; of? this city in    Pettipiece's  Directory and  Map    of    the    City of  Revelstoke.       Mail 50 cents to R. P.  Pettipiece, Rovolstoke, B. C. _���������:  BRIEF   DESPATCHES  Brandon," July _-l.^-Tho 'Doukliobors  sentV f i-oni, liere ? to settle in the Swan -  rivery country are .returning again to:  Brandon ;dissatisfiod .with the?: cOuii-  try.- A ii timber.'.': of them ���������; appeared 'on  the streets this; "morning and 'fit: big  lot: is 'on : the road footing -it back to  Brandon. Those Ithat have,:? returned  are ' registered". iit.;���������;:. the immigration  shed.--.,':??     . Uf-Urffi frrfff  The;might of the night subsided: the  .���������;'.'.������������������./tyranny ���������������������������'-that-'.'.kindled_v?ih the;  :Vy;?darkness;^ell:V:*:??:?v?"?V;V;?-? v--v;vyV ;y?.  And ytho sea and. the ? sky put v off  :'themV the rapture, and radiance .of  ,?��������� f - li eaven and of hoi I. ��������� ���������-. r\ ���������'������������������ '-:������������������': ���������  The waters, ?heaving; and? hiingry:at  ' . ..heart, yinade way, and : were well -^7tainf7rf:7fU';'r:-UUf: ::UU-f  For :theyship?;thatv^had'fought,: them,:  ::;?=?':and:.V;wrestledV:??andt;?;revellediV:vin  ?*y^'labor,:?to" ceasoAfrorn"Jier vvjiaih;;  And? ;ahyehdv?was?fmade?;of vit::; only  :--..vvrgpiemhraricejeridtires? of;.the ��������� glad  '?;.':���������: V?'loud::? strife;??',: ~y?;-V?v-;y::?, y?.??..:,.; ??V":;.V;  '���������Aiid:L..tlie;..;;seiise'^.'-.lhaty'''a-;-'rapture  ?-ro-yalvSmay? come?' not '���������; vagaiii : _ih  y thoy;passitge ;?of ;:?life.v;?vV?;   ������������������ yyyy  ERNE DE FEATS' LAV.IG NE  ; :'������������������:.. I have turned lBy.woocl business over to  "Who sliould: fill orders on the same terms ���������������������������?:���������  U,       'U Tt advertised* last week.- U -  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,009,000  Reserve     -   -   -    -   1,300,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland   President   ���������  T.R.Merntt,Vice Pres., (St.Catharines)  William Kaiusay, Bobert JftlTray,  Hugh Eyan,   T.  Sutherland Stayuer  Eliab Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.  Brandies  North Wes j and British Columbia  Braudon    . Portage la Vancouvei  Calgary Prairie Winnipeg  EJmonton   Prince Albert   Revelstoke  Strathcona Nelson, B.  ONTARIO.  Essex Niagara Falls   ISt. lhomas  Fergus        Port Colborne iToronto  Gait Rat Portage     | Welland  Ingersoll    Sault St. Mariei WondRtock  Listowoll   St, Catharines JHaniilton  Montreal, Quebec,  Savings Bank Department���������^Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed. ,,  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc ...  Gold  Purchased :''-' ''--.'-  This Bank Issues Special ftocolpts  which will be accounted lot' at any of  the Hudson's day Co's   Posts In tho  Yukon anlt northern districts.  A   R. B. HEARN,  Man_._:ep Rovolstoke Brar.oh  .Buffalo, New.? York; "JtilyV^.���������Before  a, crowd, of O.OOO^people .Kid, Lavigne;  was defeated.ror.the. lightweightvcham-  iiioriship?by Frank?_Erne ;in?aV:;20'?roiind;  bout-vi?-Lavigne? was? a'?:? ?seven;:to five:  favorite, but ;Krne: brought;blood_??;in-  th'e secoiid rouiidv and ?.increasedj;..the  How several:: times.? 'V' Tliere '"were? yno  knockv"downs.:V J36th?:alte;rhaJ6d:;:*;??ih:  leading:v?v,Lavigne ;was?cheered??v*for;  his .gamenessy but was,outfought .from-  the 'fi rst: i.y'. Erne ;as? too: cl ever'. f or; hiin.-  ���������; Theaiir?fan?of '-the: fandiouseiin the  Galt:?coal:?mines:: at:: Lethbridge'-,-. and.  the.'casiiigVbfiNo.v2 sh'aft were burned  oh?: Wednesday.:? -.moniing. v. This?; is  serioiis,?not from the .actual joss involved,but. because VOL the closing? ui.  Uie.minirsV l'oi-.. twoi or -three i-weoics.  ���������The.;..pros-JH.t" .attention- of; ..'tlio; Vtwon  apd'."co.l':f.:.y..-.riire brigades saved'-mubli  property.;., ; y-   .-.'���������..-. ?,;:;?,:���������;;  :I.^-Nea~"ly'rSOO;?addresses;vofybbna^-fide.  residents'?.,'ofitiiis':: cityv iniyVPottipiece's  Directoi*yr: arid -Map .: 0������ ���������-.- v tli6y? City: o������  Revelstokeyi 77:Mail ;i 50 v cents'.l;to|R;yP.  Petti "iiece,?iRcyelstokei.iD.';C?;V;;yyy''::;,  ?HEN U_ WyREGATTAV  r. Kid .McCoy sent vthe-.following reply  to,, a telegram;: from, '.the: i "Syracuse"  Herald'.asking, him ���������'.whether'.die .would  fight Tommy .Ryan. before -the Colorado Athletic? ; club:' i ?*'.l?: will meet  Ryan oil July 24th at loSypounds at  the ring side* of the Colorado Athletic  association,;for, 10 or ������'; 20, rounds, tlio  winner.,-to take all. vv J have 'deposited  ?1,000 witli the?Colorado club to;su:6-;  port this, Ryan must.;do the same, or:  he shall not get any.;advertising '.without paying for-'-lt."--'--.'- '���������'���������'��������� ���������'���������-,���������-..-V:;-  77'itit idea of .the profits accruing from  mintsv, promotion, 'can - be . * had" : iiv-v  glancing over ..the record of the War.  Eagle?- .mine. ip 1SH7, Gooderham &  Blackstock paid. $700,000.00 for it. .or-:  ganized a new,companvhvith 2,000,000  shares at $1.00 each and.turned it ov'er  at $2,000,000. n.;profit??yof ?1.300,000.  _NLQ.i-_-_was---tliisi^iH-ep_---.iinjiist-ifip-il,--rAi_  today shares are selling ? at? ,,S3.7u,  $309,500 has been divided, as dividends  among?the .shareholders. Thus lj.y  intelligent administration a .min.v  worth?$700.000?iu 1SU7 is made worth'  $7,000,000  ia  3S99. .       v'V      ...  ii  A, new idea?has been brought in to  th������; labor-question in'--'.'Calgary-. A  man* haiiiproposed to raffle' hims'oif for  a-month's : work at tickets of /$I..0O |of Mont real .foi- minted, money,  each.'" This wouid be a , good, sciiemo  both for the winner iaml? Uin nir-ii., - If  the. letter could sell about (10 or 70  tickets at a .dollar each he would have  a pretty. gor.;t..months' jiay. On tlis;  other.'.hand t.ho lucky1 winner woiild  get a moiiilis work from him at. a:  dollar "or?, so.-, which- is '-heap. J;i:".  then some men mighn't be worlh til" !  dollar.  IS  KRUCER CLIMBING  DOWNy  ?? From' the tenor of yesterday's despatches 7. President yKrugbr,, in. response; to,'what is:, virtually' coercion,  is; : likely? ito,, 'modify- -.the ������������������':-? obnoxious -..,. laws v v?;_o������ ;��������� '?'the.  -_Tra_-iva_Iii,rieqiiblic^in_iso?_f__-____^they  , place disabilities on ...':��������� the .,:, EnglisIT  speaking "population. And ��������� itvis high  ��������� time''that this ��������� ignorant., ;' old \tyrant  was brought toi a proper sense of his  i position;. The situation' is almost too  ridiculous : for '.'.'���������" diplomatic'1, negotiations aiid if Old Paul fails to do. what  ������������������is';required of him no-w Great Britain  "would be fully justified_in proceeding  Vagainst him and his;tin-hor~i republic  in the same effective way wont  to. use with bbsti-eperous cannibal  chieftains who foolishly obstruct .the  iimarch of civilization. ?'  - The. Uitlanders, seven'; eights , of  , Whom.oelong.'to. the.En'glisli speaking  race, outnumber, the Boers" by' more  ihan. two to one. Theyown half the  land and contribute nineteen-twen-  Ueths of the, public revenue. It. is  through ..their brains and- energy ".hat  the Transvaal has been raised from  bankruptcy into its present prosperity.  They are citizens of the most progressive countries in the world, accustomed to self government and . in-  1 tolerant of any encroachments ' upon"  ?. their ligerty. The Uitlanders have no  greater share of: the intelligence of  the countrj' than of Its wealth.; Nevertheless, they are kept in complete;  subjection to their bucolic taskmasters. They are not. allowed to  vote, except for a legislative (.haniber  that cannot'legislate: they have no  voice in the, spending of the money  taken from their pockets*. V'they-see  millions.of dollars Lavished on the  secret .service and ions at  Pretoria, while Johannesburg remains  a pest hole: their language is proscribed in the schools and law courts  of a city where not one man in a  thousand speaks anything but English:  a clipped and bairen dialect, as much  beneath pure' Dutch as Czechish is  beneath Russian, is enthroned iu its  .-place; and their children are forced to  learn geography and history from  Dutch text, books after passing tlie elementary      standards���������-the      President.  with  a. directness that  would       have j Under  Hie  wing  of  mi aiu;:   Hicre income home  to  the late  Mr.  Dingley. list-., sonic of the  safest.       and       most  profitable of all business. 7! oftcii  happens that if a, mining mim presents an-enterprise, to oonservativo  capital, he is looked .urpoii with suspicion and no assistance is rendered  him. The-.investor fails ?'to realize t.lint  the very sinews of commerce come  from thc mines and that lhev are liho  root of half the suec<:**-*ful industries;  yHenley; Kn'glah'tl,...71'.u'ly.^.-"-TheiCairi-i  adian eight .wentvovei'i.thei'course ln?7i  'mlhii't'es.'.2o'";-seepiids-:,t6da!y',\:anil''-.:*:'Jthe.:  Can ad iari-ifom*? covered 'the;'course ?iniS;  miiiutes,".7i seconds; :i;:?Goldma;iii:;?v:the^  leading Canadian yah try";' foi-vtlie. Dia-;  mdnd ..soulIs.iwent pve'.-i^the*-halt'course?  iii "/dose upon ?;:;v:iive,?miiiutes:;>v^?The  Han~piiia".foui- ofi Hamburg,,: who will,  rowv.agairrsL tho Csnadianyfour:did.the.  full:' ..ourseyin? 7 imihutes?..;,::and iivi.-15i  seconds.>a.: wonderfuUperformance.;In.;  ai- race .with:-;-Ti*iuity:;Hall:"cre\y .during"  the day_the vCauadian fouricoyered. the.  ful) 'course'; in ?.S'; minutes ?;.,arid yylS  seconds.v beating their competitors hy.  a quarter of .a.lerigtli.V;.; ;".:"i?.���������:';?:?.:iy;?;-  ?i A. new. townsite called Phoenix, has  beeii?laid:outi;? in. ii .the? ivBoundary  country!-'- ���������������������������;.������������������-- :'.7ff:f.f,ff:f ' i'"?, Uf f.  ���������A complete list of tliis city's busi-i  ness,nien and business houses:'ih Pettipiece's Directory and.'���������; Map of ��������� the  City of Revelstoke"     Price SO cents:--'?..  ,/T.v.'ciity. .Cprcaris iwere;  decapitated  today'' foriburning  an-ielcctric ?cn.r.;vi;:  James.'' J..Hill has purchased the.St.  Paul and;Duluth, line.'-;??  ���������"'��������� Chas.? R.iPope,  ex-U.?iSi' consult at  1'orqnto;'?idied   in   Ncw.iyorki' yester-.  'day.'UUUf'f.f ���������'"���������'���������   i;���������,".UU-U-f''U:~vU'-:  Alice,Poilari'i was-poisoned,:by mis-.,  take iti ifiiiv Ottawa'hospital. i ;??*?;?  ?' Britain will'italic oyer tlie Niger  company's .territory.   - ~y.i  ?NoV' disturbance ���������, lias :���������;.'occurred: i: in  France  through  the arrival  of? Drey- \  rus.-;y:y-;i-v?-v'-v''' ���������:���������:  ::.,,.;.;;;.;.-,���������..,_???_:; ;'���������-'.;?'-.]  ??AV.yP:?;?Iveliack, ? ofi?Windsor,.;formerly .deputy collectorf'atf the ?port,? is  dead.i.? v.iiv*        ���������': rU^ff '���������'������������������'.; :?'?;������������������;?  ?. The French linef ,i 'LaiiiChampagric\  has?a .harrow- escape from a; collision  at?'sea.���������;';?:'���������';���������;-*; ��������������������������� ..������������������_y,'.r">y,:!?:���������'���������'"'.Ur'f-f'-';������������������  ii;The? British 'press';' isyheartilyi :siip-  .poi-ting- the colonies .Pacific'-'.'cable.���������'*. '.;v  i^Tlie/'Diari-v isVtietngyifitted'iout' at  Haiifax^toi go���������vtdj'the,.;relief'of'.Perry  in;? the'?ArCtiC.;??:?'':.;'?;.'*;;?;i::;y?;;;;??i?;'y;V!?;.;;?';i  v���������'���������'TTie :anniversiiryS;of;the?:d(~structi6n  of ';?iiio.;?:Si5aiiish iviieet-^was.: cejebrated  :at'tNew3;Port.??iR.'::LiWyoster^  iyijGi*eati--Britaiii viias.Vsvilisidized iai/Jai-  malca? fruitVicompaiiy ?:? aiid?, a;;i steam-  ship;??seryicev-tpi encourage?:trade.??,;;?;?  ;?;Canadian viregimeiits; ?? ,i will;; participate,vinitheivfoiu'tiiV: of.ivJulyiycelehray  tions?in Rdchcstei- * and sVermdntry?i;;  i.:;:A' ?Torori'td~?:'Globe's. ".'porrespoii'dent;  lias ?placed *i,the"*-Ivlohdilte i ,*~vaishup iiat���������  .?20,000,000;v?:ii;;?-?:;'i-;:;;?'i?Vy ���������;;:?;"?;?". iiy ???;;:?;,  i3'rhei;siipi*eri*ie'/l; iO.;;G. ?T;y]pdge.?;; iii  session ,in>.>.-Toi-onto"''havd-Vei.ected  dfli-i  cers?and.idecided,itoiraise..?;l,000,000;-?; :i  ?;:The Argonauts if iToronto? rowed "at  practice:,much; slower at* Henley; than  their: .Opponents;? fi:om? Hamburg; J ??,  ;i: Ex-Grdnd. Masteriv Sovereign ' of v.thc  Knights vdf ??Labdi-i?lias yappealed?vtd*  striking?,miiiers? toVresist .with'force.;  iFire d ;^^oblnsb_i:  .;��������� -^Pettipiece's 'Di rectory; and Map; of j frr\ ir:7  the City of Revelstoke contaiusia com- i  X 11G  pleteVwrite-upVof.Revolstoke.ithe gate- | ::;i V?;?: v i  way'.to Vtlie 'woriderfully'rich? mineral  districts iiofVii -North; -Kootenay and  Canoe river: tlie supply point?for the  Big iBerid.ivTrout ��������� Lake, Lardeau, Illecillewaet, Albert Canyon;?Jordan Pass  arid vEagle? Pass i districts:;;:?; .Price ?50  cents:;;���������;':'v.*.\?.:;*;;_?;.y,?.. -?'iii;':Vv;?..'U':77 ���������-,.���������'?���������,  WHITE. GWILLIM&  SCOTT:  Barristers,'- Solicitors, Notaries "Public.  vi.;-?-'Vi.:o:-?-V;?:y.V;'-:yi?yEtC.,?-.;;-;y;::-y,?:: ?;.-?���������'.;-."-?;?  Taylor Block, .McKenzie Avenue,���������"��������� Rey-  :.::;',::::,:;??,; velstoke Station.?,?;? , ? " y  '- ������������������',: .���������;??���������;-.: Money To: Loan..??.  W/vWIiite,. ?������������������> ::JyM.? Scott, B.A., ? ,;  .-���������' "---Q.v- C. - ? '.'���������';:���������'������.';"?: ',���������;'���������'��������� ���������?Li.'L,.?B.iv?  . ? ?.": ������������������.?������������������-;��������� ?��������� ?-??VF.?,L.V Gwillinv;V:': :���������;?.;'.?  Revelstoke ?;  HeraMi1?: [^'"I'^cokiyi?;???:'  HARVEY & McCARTERy  ??Has niore readers: .'in; North  Kootenay than any other pa.per;/  has; niore : advertisers. 'in i.Revel-'  stoke tliaii? any; otheri paper;,  does vmore job printing" in,tlie"  city i.than any ?othei-- paper,*;'s  hews isvmoreXspicy and vup-td-i  date; its:'iniluence>:i is greater;;  its advertisingv-rates 'are lowest  circulation? considered; -its subscription f raid: is ;dnly ,$2.00 per  annum;'vdti;icoyers?thd\field. Try  it and he with the?crowd; i ;���������  i.;': Write ;?fo.??.''';;: ??;?iVy::-: -:UUUU:.  -:? yiiREVELSTOKE;HERALD, i i"  fU-'UfU'f'f: UU Reyelstoke,;:B,iC.'  ���������TREASURE FROM p.V.ViON':  v'V'vjiyVvBarristers.ySoiicR^  Solicitors;fdrvimperia.l:Bahlc;of Canada  Company, funds;to. loan ,-at":8? per "cent:;  ������������������������������������'��������������� Offices:  v   Molsons  Bank ��������� Block.yy,::;  First- Street- :Rewlstbke: Stationil.B.VVC.-  ii J. i W;:VC ross;; Mi"D;  ?i?OIIicE:i\:Taylor?:.Blu('li;V-I;ic_ciizioV;:Ayciiuc,  -Kevulstoke;-;;":i 7'7-V���������"'-���������" v'~.-? 77V??"V, ..?���������?���������?���������- --:7 '.���������.--.  ��������� Surgeon lo .'the'C.-l'.It ??:;:??,:. V."  ;:vltc!iitIi-.i~nk''ei-i,glty..'or:iJeve:������tpkfl:*;.;-. y y??;??:  .'���������-.',������������������.'.   -('.ill.". liiKruini-, "1IU-;is, .K'li-"  ; ?���������   bossoil OiU.������,,,iiiiil  ImjviIcib Of.     ;���������?���������?  '";     ?;,;:;;;? llll (ll^'cripl lOllS.   , ... ?  y'?;   ?    ^  '.v.V'riim-.liciiiit'sI nud bust stock of V    ;:  ���������    ':yWAU, lJ A l'EUS in ���������lliu city. '���������:���������.' -  ��������� -"': -.ilici'iil  (liseouiila   (jlvon- on??,, ?.  ? v.:???-.:.";- 'nil cash or(l(!i*s.::;:::y:yy::,,?,  yivivivr iicai' oiiiv;'in*- wvA'fr;"i_.i;  ; 1' A?I>1~_ It ;S   nml solicit nn?  :;???;,;:?? Insiicytioii of my.stoi;lc:.;; -?:  fM^HZiM^Bf   iiilHlisi  }?;,:*���������If?,you;have?a-iifriendv ?'��������� anywhere  whdi-wants to learn something of Revelstoke send':therriyy a;icdpyVof Pettipiece's Directdi-j-; aind; Map, of th'e;City  ofivR.evelstoke;i;?;pricei '50? cents'.-?iiily������������������;.;?  f;U i*R.'iE..'H/:S?-;IVlcIiE AN.; UUU  Ofiiceioarid "Residence ' two;1 doors? east;  "���������:';:'";' ; ,? of Cowan.Block. ?:*:;:;:' - ;,;;���������;  "'::;;":???? Third .Street,;.Centre:; ?'., .v.?;V;:;  ? .'.���������Niglit'-.and. day calls '.attended to. ?;.:;?;  i;;:.Telephone;?connection. ? vy?-??:?:;  ;v;V'::i'EDUr>dATx6NAIi?'CAR.p..vy;y;  .. Pencil;-drawing*, V black .and" colored:  crayons," oil and water .:.color on canvass; -silk,, china.? etc. ������������������'*,��������� .'���������?��������������������������� ���������' ���������?;:���������';'  ��������� 'Two hours, weekly;: $-1'per? month..? :;  :English "(evening?������������������:.::class)," 6 ;hours  iweekly, : $3 Vper"month.? ?Fi*enehy two  hours weekly,,??4-.pei-.' month.7-~ 'Latin,  two hours weekly,.$4:;.per;month.?_.y?y.  .vSpecial termsvto. famllios. -"������������������������������������.. ���������;���������;,--;:-���������'���������"  '....':'Address: ;: Miss"? .Steele; McKenzie  Avenue,  opposite;?TaylorB;lqck.':?,?;;;?  ?Vancou\-_r.  :"C.  iJuly;  -1 an  iteamer .������������������������������������Tees' :������rriveil" yesttr-i::iy _��������� ;ra:n,.-  the -nortli, ".vitb miraerous passengers.  She?broughi $1,000,'o'QO';.troa-ur'e in. du._.t;  arid: drafts; Half of this amount was?  stored in the Hotel -v 'Wan'-.oiivei- a'ri'li:  guards "eng:ised.''-tr>. watch it;a!!, uight.  itt "'was,?today takeni to-ihe?'?'Cank. of  Montreal -und-jr' Ui7i7lrsKvy "guard"' and;  later?assayed . iait'the ..government  offices here and exchanged at l.l*,e Banlc  One  ol. _ the . passengers.; - -/Don. McDonald;;  brought out? a.s his share about 5200,-  000 ill; dust. , ,.'?:���������?  ;FATALfJ-'iRE  lln  Cliicagi>��������� .Several  Girls    and?   Two  Tlie Toronto Globe expresses tbe  opinion that tampering witlt the ballots and appointing unknown persons  to facilitate such a*fraud as-i.i'n West  Elgin will produce worse result:*,  than bribery.. "It is,little to the purpose to say that ,the 'Conservative'  party is in this, respect is: no more  free from reproach than oor. own."  iry .says. "Our. maim business is to  set. our own house iri order.,. As Liberals' we pride ourselves'.on-the work  the?Liberal party has donie, in,.ipromoting' 'tho GovernmentKof the people by. thn people. Let .it; not. be said,  that: we have; allowed these'.'.words to  become idle phrases by: tolerating  fraud."  '���������Despite its load nf fraudulent  claims and wildcat seliem_������.j, the mining industry lias paid more money in  dividends, compared with otlicr imhisr  tries started in the last. .SO yoars, than  any business known." i-.a.ya; the New  York-.Tribune. " the profit:*  in mining with l.h.*: profiits" on  lilli.OOO mid niilcii'ol'.raili.-oad,. l.licu you  will       tay   wliich       pays  the      niosl;.  "���������-.. ? Men":Missing. ���������.'.   :*    .,  Chicago, July ���������(.���������_.-"_. . tiircje ;story  bul Id ing owned" by: i-'ne: Westeni paper  -StjO _k Company? was iiiirnc-d this afternoon. A''large-'number ofiigii'ls-wern  employed ami ;, a, panic ?" followed.  Seven jumped from tlu: win down nnd  are badly injured. Robert Hawkins,  colored watchman on iiie? . Illinois  Central, with tihe aid? of a ladder rescued .15 girls from.the top story..where  .they, had:,, been driven by the "flames  and smoke? "F.orii-'.girls are-'missing,  also two men. Floorf walker, Johnson, went; through' thei floors, telling  the girls there was no danger, but the  girls rushed lo the-windows. This was  t.ho last soon of Johnson , and it is  feared''that he met; hiS'deat.h'-in -��������� tl.e  flames. The other missing man-If.'a  watchman, named .._ Wrlks. .Hawkins,  the rescuer .fit lho-, . girls,, was* very  heroic, and was loffdl-y. Cheered;.    ii  STARTLING NEWS  seeking to popularize his native taal  by���������a tasof 100 per cent upon foreign  books.  It is grotesque to think of Englishmen and Americans being treated in  this fashion, and it is quite beyond  imagination that they should rest  passive in such a house of bondage.  The restrictions on franchise and eduction fall hardest, not on the capital- of this country."  Victoria, July I:���������The -government  exprc-Hsed great, surprise at tiie infor-  ���������tli'.j itnation regarding Atlin affair"-; received  by ibo d(dcgaf.f:s. .; In a'.nutshell the  Yankees had corralled the entire digging:! bofore tlie. alien lav/ came, into  force or after, and ns t.ho oath is not  administered to theso' '.Yankees t.bey  boldly aflirm thai, they are British subjects and "laugh, in thoiri alocve at tlio  gullibility of the Canadian officials.  Tliere. arc grievances enough In cause  rl terrible fight between .Cana'lians anil  Yankees for tlie Yankee., of the lower  types, thugs, gamblers and 'cscorty of  fallen women, have cuptuicd the  Atlin country.  ..The .Canadaian f our vat.Henley went  over halfthe vcourse.'-'oii trial vyester-  day*,-.iri.\3 rniriutes, 59 isecoiids, the.^best  time thus;farimade; ? Later.ithe Canr  adaians.;::'didv'.twd"Vcb.urses,;..'theV;iJ: fo.u'r.  oared?crew in'S minutes and 4 Seconds,, ff  and the eight -.Oared .'in i7* minutes arid  'lSvsfeco'iids'.'"'"'. ?: ?i,:,?;*;:?.'V?;?';:?;-:";?-? .iv:?-'?:  ;i -���������"A ilea t.; and .'tasty-'i 00 . page,:..bod k  of solid?information concerningvRev-  elstoke =and ?vicinit,y, arid thoi'map  alone is worth price," say many who  have,already sent copiesii? to";: itheir    y^^ry " Pdblic    Mining?and _teal  is^f^i^^^^  :en?ium^"^r^uFTHendi_^^^^  Pettipiece's Directory arid Ma.p.of.'-tlie|'Estimate's*.given^^for,work.??Latest re-  City of Revelstoke.,. Mailed free;upon   jjabld info iriiiition as work  ^lios^u^tu  V'';'?v:/:'Tr,out;;Bak0iGity;:,y;v;  ii;;iy;y??;;;;.;;; ?-Butcher32;;.ttridv:y\Vliplpsnlc?;"iaiid;i;'  ;;;s?y:;'fe?:~;;:yKot_iii;Deale_3;in;Bcef,VPork^  ?ii'ft::':iv;y;i|?v;A'V;'^dersiiii?;'oiir ?:-line?prbm;i;:;?;,;  UUU U.:f mietiUUU^U-'-f.. ifUU" ��������� ���������'��������� ��������� ��������� ���������" f  iiR..; P.?Petti-  irig andifor sale; in the district.;   Good  Poospests held easy^Write or call.  Hdtel Pietona  "iy-.;?;;''-.'ji;V.; pEiRKs,"Prop' ���������;.;'".���������  Hotel Accoiinnodation tlie Best in the  i= City fori the money;.?  Heated hv hotairVeldiitric" light* aiid  ':T '?,';:?"'mvl������^^MB}^t-UUU'^  ot'-yet,'nuot<ryl;;,rioj.j.iolir^^  this;market.    ���������':  -M-y   :y   ;���������-���������...;    j station.  and  receipt,of    iiO;? cents.  piece, Revelstoke. B.; C; ������������������,:?.;"?;.?:  ';--;iThiii-.e;;.'iS.'.-..aliE.oi"i'teiy.'?i'io change?? yiri,  dairy quotations ou the coast?,; this  week.? Butter is? moving freely but  no large stocksare held. ..Manitoba  i-reamery butter,,received liyi refriger-:  atoi*-ear service is pacticallyi'the only'  butteron this market or in demand.  Large 'eonsignments of Ontario cheese  are reported in" transit to this market.  ���������Creamery lmto~r'., .t-S,cents;: Marii-  Loija.: J2 L.__;.:.ceutsirvJiritiiili..Columbia.  10 eenta. Cheese ifAmcriran); Vi' to  IS cent.,; "Ontario riot  Manitoba -"���������h'eese.o.n  " George !".I,oyiTig, who ts at the head i L^rge and well lighted  sample  room.  of  the-den!   having as. its object ,;tlie Free bus meets  all   tiains.     ���������.;.'���������'  formation? of   a   gigantic   cattle   and   ?     y KKVI-LSTOKK. B. C. - ���������-,  ra.'iene co'nipany'.in. I exas,   in an  i n~ i   - :-.'. ���������....���������. ,_���������;:'. ". '��������� .  t .rvie-.v lust we. k said that-tha,organ- ' :���������~         ���������'���������"' -:f'.'���������'-.���������������������������  " ���������'   ' ���������''���������' *  :izati(/n' wili be, confined 'to New York j ^-^  capital.    Tiie   intention   is- to  form?a : { i' -**CSfVC~'.  com pan.? of forty  million; 'tweuty-fivo' >**��������������������������� ^^^  or.   tbiry  rnillions "pf   which   is  to. be ' ������ "  used  in   rhc purchase of" cattle?  and I  ranche iprope'njyih; that   state,:'��������� .the i  balance-, of   the: capita!   stoek;.to; lie-J  used    in   operatiug   the   big  concerii. 1  For  the past two  mqpths -parties re-.'  presenting Mr;'?'Loving have, taken dp-1  tions -on?, cattle  and: ranches   to.'-thei  amonut   of -twenty   millions.      there;  are.  six   million  catt!*  in  Texas  val-'  ued at $120,000,000. _ - ':  ���������;  Thi ���������.question,?''Why  is it that when  prosperity   visits? the /������������������ TTiiited '.Suites!  il.'remains for.r-qi short a time? is one  :whieh has engaged much thoiight and  to which'diverse'" answers have.     been  given.     In an article in; tbe July oiini-  i.eri.of The Noi^h '"American      Review.  cnl.iiIff!  "Pig  Iron  and    ; Prosperity,"  Mr.��������� George If. Hull Insists,.', with'great',  piau-ibility,   lhat   the   eaiise       of   the!  phenomenon i.   lo lie found In tlie fact.'  tha.!., whenever business re vires, in the j  Uniled Slates there is such ��������� a demand J  for   pig   iron���������an   ntnple   in  the vast majority, of"our  industries���������-  and   the  supply  is  ko  restricted,  the  price,  of  pig  iron   goes      up   to a  point, at. whicli  the prudent "Tnimagers  of the-great enterprises rjf (jlp coiintry  ean,  not.'afford -'to .purchase iit.      The  maaiif.'iclorie.") ar.ii -t-hcrefore gradually  compelled' to  Suspend   production,  tin;!  deniiind  for.other staples dies out. and |  industrial depression becomes general. I  IWorlil: Piciiilttiel?  Vt?1 M-PE.K ikifU^M i-?ED;'-S  N ._^;;?-i:Fast^?I)ai Jy^Seryice.;  :V-;ivV??:t;yi;?;?:?;-^-iBET"V]!;EN���������UU-UUfff'U  ;i VlTirstyc'assxsleepers "oriy all;; trains,  Toui-iitiOiirsijiiissvRevelstokeydaily,  :'for St. Paul.^ Thursdaysil'oriMoritre'al  arid  .BostonjVTuesdiiys iaiid Saturdays  for Toronto.-;;:?;:?;,���������:;'���������'y:;:;::>;:?;;y;?y?,,;?_���������:;;;;���������??  "Improved connecting service to;arid  from*Kdb;eiiaiy country  ;V iiriv;?;  -777  -..i;;:?;,,;;.;v:;yRE.VEL^TpiiE,TO  Tordrito? 79 hours ii Montreal. S3 hours  New York 95 hoyrs: Winnipeg 30 hours  ;;-;;-;*v:;'?;Vv?; fk:V5'lU2: hours? ���������'.;;;';  REVELSTOKE;  TO COASIi  :"? v :,.ii;-?''15. t>2 '��������� hours';?_'.?  ISA st  ':: l5 At LY TRAINS ��������� *   ? west "  4.o0K Arr.   vltevelstdke'���������;���������     Arr21;20K  L'i5IvLv?:4'������i?.;y'';?;1;::.??;.y?-?;Lv~".'2i.35K  To an tl From Kor'teriay Poi n tsf Ur  :5;OOT\fLy-^;3R?eyelftpTc"i^^  . ;yMOUNTAIN'; CLIMBING,'"; ,-��������� f],vyt  v The;Canadian Pacific Railwayi.Com-i  pauy has?stationed Swiss Guides . at?  Banff, ;;Lakes iiii ?iy tho yjClotfds, rand  Glacier,, for ;the|*co"nvenierice of tourists wishing to explore the mountains  in thoso vicinities, i; ? Ask for copy of  "Swiss Guide''������������������-folder.;;';. v  FovU information,?; time?, cards,  maps aud tickets apply to    i?  T. w. bradshAw;UUU  s       Agent, Revelstoke.  W.F. ; Anderson, ;rTravelliiig  Passenger Agent. Nelson. '  Ei J. Coyt-iE, District Passenger  Agient, Vaueouver.   - s, . ���������  "     ;���������- NotariesvPuiilic and        -'.'������������������'  Conveyancers , .;. . .'  , Sole Agents for the������������������_____  ; ? . '-'" il    ". ?'���������-?'   .--      ��������� ' '?? "i"  ? Smelter townsite  -���������?.,:?;?.:   ���������MJniDg���������  Fire, Life and Accident  Insurance,  Oit-ic'k���������  First St.. Kast,  Kevelstoke. B.C.  \l������ Haig  Notary PuMic.���������__  Solo Agent for  ^jujubT  Revelstoke  IT"'  1 ownsite  Mining. Fire and  Life Insurance..  Office, Opposite C.P.R. Depot  ! and  Smelter    jTpwn^ite  Revelstoke.  THOS. R.0DjqVEY  Tpout Lake City. ;;  Notarv Public Mining anil  Real "Estate Broker arid-  General ;. Comtnission* Agent. Mines reported on  and-estimates given for  work". Latest reliable iri-  forin.-ition as tn cliims  workingand for sale in the  district. Good prospects  held easy.    Write or call.  Wei-Haw a Good?Supply fofrffUU  ������^gllB^ili_i.^&^_^l  llSlJMiatepi  ;ctj*T pri "q Es;;|FqR;;?s pot';casjB-;  pall ? a iidis e ei us. iii?W^e, d t ;i ?(i x; y o u ";i U  U:> i  ��������� ���������'���������'.':''��������� il  MRRYifsE DWORDS;  ;; v-y;;?,;,;,n,i!,EH ii i3ads, ?:;���������:,;;.:������������������:;?;;,; ??:y;y;?;?  ?i-:?:y *,;'"' ;.'lilIUD8i ANUlALSeETCiV' '-77 ; >  "Preserved ;arid iiiounted^ ;V:? ?  Thira St. ? Eas t; of ; Seliooj ho use-;  ;Si.P-Soft. Drinks  TbMeepsJ an d 5C iga ps  v;:?;y.,;,;.. Xco CreaniPnrlor?"?;:'?;yy ;i  :/.,���������?,;..       In Connection...!.? ::  ii?: vMcKBNZiK/Avris.i- i,: ? ?.?._?.;..;,;  Vv   PLUMPER PASS, :      j    ; ��������� "  ;ii, ;.A MAYNE ISLAND,iB. C.       iiiyi.  About    midway   between   Vancouver  ? "      '.-ffff    and .Victoria:  , The hotel is situated on one of the  most beautiful islands in the Gulf of  Georgia. ;;        ; ���������       '���������'";."  Climate delightful. .Good boating  and fishing, lawn tennis and ' bathing.-. ��������� ���������*"      '...:.. ,'.���������'. ��������� ���������'.;    ������������������:?'  ' "':������������������ ;���������;���������'  ..���������'-.:���������  Just the place to spend a holiday  duringthe hot summer months.  The house is; iVell ? furnished arid  Avith all-modern conveniences.*  MODERATE RATES.  Apply to MANAGER.;  Steamer leaves New. .Westminster  everyMonday; Thursday and "Saturday."?, ."?.'?;: .-:������������������������������������..._:.���������*   '--? ��������� .-' .      . v:;?;.y  <NEW_  SILVERWARE    s  ���������   ������������������ i >7' . ��������� "���������  ;'���������:' INCLUDINO:���������  '.-,...���������----'��������������������������� -...���������'.     . -���������     ii '-'  Carving Sets   c y  .   ? Castors   ^       ??    ...;  :"1  ���������'.yKnives" 'yU'fu:f{':;f'.- ~*  -?     Forks   :.yi?' :??;?;.?..'.-,:  U:Uu Teaspoons i     \f!f':'ff'yU'f  U'\  ; ;. Butter Dishes    ��������� ifU)Uf  ' Bon Bpns ; ���������  WATCHES   AND    CLOCKS  SDY BARBERS -  McKenzie Ave, Revelbtoks H_  raBiMroii*-  stmm  HOW AN AMERICAN CORRESPONDENT SAW IT  the  lakes  Parliament meets in the afternoon  at .Ottawa,   takes   recess   for   supper,  reassembles and sits far into the  night, unless someone gels tired.  Just at tho opening of the house the  scene is the.least bit stalely and imposing, but only for a moment, when  the HOi-ugnnt ut arms enters lioaring  the great mace, the emblem of authority, followed by Sir James Edgar,  author and poet, who is the dlgullled  speaker of the Canadian Commons.  When the mace is plnc-d upon  green-covered tablo Sir James  the chair, the high-backed band carved chair, that will never be occupied  by any other speaker. iXot that the  incumbent has a life job, but because when he noes, he takes the  olutlr with him. Ills successor will  have a new one. This Is one ol" the  rules of tbe house.  The'moment tbe house settles down  to business il becomes simplicity Itself. If the people ol* a staid I'anii-  illiin town were to assemble to discuss ways nnd means for the, purchase of a new cart, the Participants  could not be less self-conscious, or  more al ease, than are these fur-  called   members   of   parliament.  The chamber In which the house  sits is very liko that of the bouse of  representatives at Washington. The  speaker sits in the same position, al  one side, but lhe seals do not circle,  tbey stand in rows, parallel with lhe  speaker's glance as ho looks out over  the level space where the secretaries  anel shorthand men, called Hansard  men   here,   no   their  work.  The scats all have desks In front of  them, where tbe members write letters home explaining why. when tliey  iiiiKht to be listening to tbe opposition goaaing llie government The  Canadian lawmakers lounge in ineir  seats with their hals on and neeiclles  up behind, as carelessly as lhe M.P'r-  lounge   in   London.  But 1 like tbe way they run the  show. It's all open: every minister  must be a member and be on hiinti  to explain nnngs away. In this way  thoy keep their scandals pretty well  cleared up, instead of keeping them  suppressed uiilil the cans begin to  explode.  . Tbe lirst six seats in the front row  te ihe right and to the left of the  speaker are handsomely upholstered.  These are for lhc miijisiei-s. the ins  and tbe outs���������the ins to the right  and- the outs lo the left Always in  the sixth seat from tho end the premier,, who is leader, sits, and directly opposite Sir Wilfrid sits the  ex-promier. the venerable Sir Charles  Tupper, baronet and 15. C M. It.,  leador. of lhe opposition,-his line old  face contradicting the story that ��������� he  is an old man. Directly behind the  ex-premier ������������������, son, Sir Charles Hib-  ber  Tupper.   - --,.  Xow as we sit in the gallery and  my Soouish friend, who has kindly  consented to be my guide and inter-.,  pi-eier,. points out the different members, ana where ihey conic from. I  begin to realize that these men "rule  a vaster empire than has been.'* That  big man' there, with one end 'bt* his  -collar at large, comes from the far  corner of ..ovi Scotia, and the short  man with the careless hair is from  Kdnionion, away out where the road  ends and the narrow trail fades away  inlo the mnd of gold and -the midnight sun. The neat, sm .oih-faood  little Englishman in "evening dress  comes lrom British Columbia. Lt  took - IS   months   io   canvass   liis  district,   and    cost    (my    friend   said)  SIS,   ������������������You would not notiee it now." the  Seolounian added, "but one of his-legs  is longer uuin  the other  ���������I object!   I ob-ject'."  man,  and be  looked it.  ..nat   is   it   that     ih  gentleman   objects   to'.'"  speaker.  "i    ��������� ject  to   the   honorabl.  man's constant reference to me as the  Kov-erent   Mr.   Blank.*'  Tlio man who had committed the.  breach" looked puzzled. He could not  understand why au ex-minister oL* the  gospel should object to being called  tho Reverent Mr. Blank, but  chairman ruieu" that the" lam  was unparliamentary, ordered  rubbed o  ing  ordinary   icrni  now.  .said  blond  honorable  asked   the  ���������jentle-  the  ;uago  t   all  md instructed thc ol'fond-  membev to confine himself to the  the   honorable   gent  leman," and the incident was closed.  "That man walking away now is  Hi,? v-jt of-1lie house." said my friend.  ��������� lie's Irish of course. Unfortunately  lie's ������...i the government now, pool  cuap. He's as drooping and morose  as a nightingale with the croup. Ab.,  you should see him on the left, when  he's 'agin the coi ernmem'���������Ids  righteous wrath over the misdoings  of the Conservatives is magnificent lo  lioi'oln.  J lui  tell   me,   Mack,'  said   1,   "Why  did   the   honorable   gentleman   on   the  Jeft   call   the  honorable  gentleman  on  the  right  the   Reverent  Jlr.  Blank-.'"  ���������'Oh,   he   is   n   reformed   Presbyterian  preacher.   But,you   can't   blame   him.  He   hau   a   little   Hock   away   out   on  the   Pacific  coast,  and   this  opportunity   caino:    he   was   competent,     and  he  knew  it,   so   he   stood  for   parliament (they run over the border)  and  was  lecteu.   -now he comes  over here  ���������i���������   nines.    C.   1~.    It.    pass   perhaps,  10   cents   a   mile,   $-'30.     He     gets a  thousand for lhe sitting, long or short,  does the same '1J0H  miles going home  at  the  same  rate,   cleaning  up   $1300,  a.  thousand   ot   which   he   will   save."  'men   the  Hon.  Mr.  Foster,  ex-minister of finance, and one of tbe ablest  aim   most   polisheu   speakers    in    the  house,   ~*kok  the  lead,   in tho  temporary   absence   of   Sir   Charles   Tupper.  Bart,   and 'asks   the   minister   of   the  interior why he has  employed a new  man   in   a   certain   department   at   a  salary   of       eleven   hundred   a   year,  when   there  are  20   employees  in  that  (.lepartemii-   awaiting   Promotion.  Tne uuestion seemed impertinent to  ine, but the lion. Mr. Sifton rose and  explained. Jt was all Greek to me,  1-iut I could toll by the uuiel gaze of  the minister that he understood, and  thought Mr. Foster would apologize  nnd subside. But be ilm nothing of  the sort, lie spoke at length declaring that the honorable minister of  the interiors explanation did not explain, and the minister died again.  1*0 no purpose, lie wunlotl lo know  why .this man got Ibis jo|>. Senator  "Vcsi o- ..lissouri could have explained  it .��������� in a breath. " "Caino ho's our  kind ��������� of folks," he would have naiil,  but Jlr. Sifton never seemed to think  ot   thai,   if   Unit   was   the   reason.  Now Jlr. Foster's questionings became almost exasperating to me.  and Jlr. Sifton's renlies equally so,  bul Ihey were as calm and polite as  could lie, never'so" much as .a moving of a hand towards a hip pocket.  Seven times ho got the minister  up and down, and then JIac said:  "Let's gel; he won't' lell," and wa  .strolled    out.  ,As we gained the open Mae turned  .'inn looked over the door. "T. want  to tell you u story," said he. "'In  tile days when Sir .John���������tho great  Sir -.Nihil. Mac'loniild���������was iuvirdsv  somebody .ink a little woodo.*. en ss  Ujj iibove tl.i.l door. One of Sir  John's' ministers camo breathlessly to  the premier and wanted the thing  taken donw at once.  '" 'Leave it there,' said Sir John,  "that  will  help  us In  Quebec."  "Years passed and tho litlo cross  kept its place. Finally there came :t  chiingi'. A premier came who was  n t'aihohc. 1'ivsenily the cross was  missing and a member of the faithful  waited upon the minister lo uslc that  tlie   emblem   be  restored   to   ils   place.  " 'Is   it   gone'."   asked   the   premier.  'Yos,'    they_ made    answer,    'll    is  gone.'  " "Well��������� let it ao. That will help  us   in   Ontario.' "  It seemed as natural for the Canadians lo mix' religion and politics  in. for a Keniueklun to mix water and  sugar, -noo when the question ot"  using the Bible ... publje schools was  up, lhe minister of ediicatfun ninde a.  book of selections that he thought  would bo sale and instructive for  the children, lie submitted a copy  to the various bishops. The only  ci'IticlMii came from the head of tho  Catholic cliurcli, and that was merely  that the grammar ol' tlie bible and  the grammar of tho modem school  wore eoiillioting, :Lii<I might confuse  the children, "Our Father which art  in   Jieaveil."  Willi that exception the good bishops were all saiislied, but not so with  the politicians. I forgot not winch  parly was iu power, but it makes no  difference. Tho thing would happen  Just   the   same.  One evening :i politician of the opposition was making a public speech,  ft wns near election time, and he was  desperately moved. lie had never  been known as a zealous worker in and the audience was not  prepared for the emotion he displayed when referring lo the abbreviation  of the scriptures. Whon he had recounted all the wiongs. or nearly all,  or which Uie party in power was the  cause, he lifted a trembling hand,  cliokod a little, and then said, almost'-,  tears:  'And   now   my   dear   friends,   they  crowu a a Infamy  Ijy" taking away  our Bible. This," he shrlked, "we  will not stand. Sny to these political  Pirates, 'give us back our l-iible���������  wo .want our Bible, the whole damned  Bible,   or  nothing.' "  I had never ivad a graphic Pen  picture of the Canadian capital, and  now as we sti-olled out to the brink  of lhe,. high iclifi: upon which stands  mc  magiiinceiit  parliament   and  other  Suwrnmont buildings. I was in a  condition Lo enjoy the beauty of ihe  scene.  it was one of those rare June  nights mat had como to Canada, after  on iiliusuuiiy severe winter two  months ahead of lime. Tlie moon  was just creeping over.the city, catching .ne eddying swirls of lho Ottawa  whose waters have boon fretted inlo  white foam at the falls half, a mils  aboye. -Just across the river In the  ;*> evince of Quebec is the iiranutac-  Hiring and lumbering lown ut' Hull,  Lt wl-.k .hero, or hereabouts, that cln>  Yankee pioneer, Wright of AV.-.Trurn.-  tested and laid the foundation of a  fortune.  II is easy to understand that all  strangers, irom lho lirst French vovn-  Seur'to * tho present writer, have  grown enthusiastic over Ottawa. No  man with a soii'l can stand upon tho  edge ef the cliff onr' Parliament hill  day or nighl, without feeling a thrill  of delight, so woiidnuisly beautiful  is. the svene. To be sure, things havo  changed s-inco the days'of Philemon  Wright. The whine of Lho distant  saw n. and the song of the passing  trolley come to us now, and bolow  us in the shadows, whore the famous Lovers' Walk winds among the  shrubs, we can hear the soft voices  and llie low musical laugh of lovers  lhat are strolling there. But ever  above all wo hear the ceaseless roar  of the mighty river as it sucks thro'  tho narrows and .plunges over the  recks���������the deathless song of lhe Cliau-  dlero.  "V\ e read in thai interesting book,  Canada and lis Capital, that Wright  of Wuburn ','climbctl to the top of  more than 100 trees lo view the situation   of  the  country."  Woll, don't blame hiin. But what  a saving of time and trousers he  mighL have worked by simply selecting one tail tree, climbing to the top  and staying up there 01" tinios.���������Cy  Wurman   in   Xew   Y'ork   Sun.  .ERRIBL-fc^STORY-GP  KELEY CROFT  Concluded  and silk bound.     It told its own talo.  ���������'Tompkins, the electrician?" I hazarded, looking at the wire.  ���������"Lecti'ician? No,", said the man.  sulkily, but with ill-concealed surprise.     "What do you want?"  "I want to see Colonel Belloni or  his representative," I asked, stepping  past the man  into  the room.  He started and turned round  fiercely.  "What do you mean?" he cried. At  the same time I caught sight of a roll  of film used in instantaneous photography for a series of pictures, packe'tl  away oh a shelf.  "The game is up," I said. "You  are found out.     That is all."  The man's hand went into his  pocket; but I anticipated him as ho  drew it forth, and lauded him fairly  between the eyes with all my strength.  As he staggered backwards the weapon  he was raising flew from his hand,  and I picked it up. it was a Colt,  loaded.  "Xow," T said, covering him, "the  positions are changed. You have  tried to murder me. No tricks or I  shot. Now, set your vision plant at  work, or I will give you in charge.  And look sharp."  Ho had to comply, but it was with  a good deal of profanity. As I had  expected since my visit to the cottage  the idea was worked out with an  electric light, a cinematograph of  beautiful construction, and a largo  mirror, hung on the stable wall.  With the aid of the Colt I soon had  the whole story out. My prisoner  was the jealous Count's tool, and was  trying to frighten Margaret into her  grave.  The habits of tho household hnd  been so carefully watched tliat it was  known when tho Whytes left for Malvern, and when tliey returned.. The  trick was rendered possible from the  fncC that Whyte's old house, like all  of its kind in tho Midland, had unshuttered uiistali's windows, whilst it  had also white bands on rollers to  relievo thc irloom of the oak ptinncls  within. The rnscale had discovered  a trick of Maggie's of reposing with  her blind up: but t found they had  actually provided themselves with a  plant to perform on the white blind  as a. screen if she should forget her  usual practice. The cat's-paw was  allowed to escape on easy terms; but  1 do not think Margaret will be  troubled any more witli the Italian.  Ho has gono abroad indefinitely.���������  Chamber's Journal."  CHURCH   DIRECTORY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1S7f������-  There are nioi'c reasons  than one why the  5a\J  Grocery    ������  Department  receives    -such    lavish  praise from the people,  o  pnt this is mostly  due  to the excellent quality  of the goods dealt in.        Todav_vpur attention is  iVf ETHODIST OHUHOH ��������� Kovelslolco.  ���������L'A Preaching Hcrvlouo ut, ll a.m. anil 7:30  p.m. OlabS montiug at, tho cloeo of lhu  morning service -tibb-th -__._li.),,l und Biblo  Oluau ������,t 2:30 p.m. Wuokly prayer mcciini,'  evory Wedneaniiy evening at 7:110 p.m. Tlio  public uro cordially Invited.   Soitu lieu,  HEV. S. J. THOJIPSON, Puetor.  Church  of  England  Sunday   Services  Eight a.m.  Holy  Communion;      11 {  meeting,  litany and      sormon,   (Holy;  Eucharist, first Sunday in.the month);  _: 30 Sunday      BChool, or     childrens'  aervice;   7:30  evensong ..(choral)'  and  sermon. Holy     Days���������The     Holy  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m. as announced. Fridays���������7:80  Evensong, with spiritual reading.  Holy Baptism is administered usually  a.'ter Sunday school at 8:15.  E. C. PAGET, D. D.,  Vicar.  FAYETTE BUE_.ER  your property against loss  l.lfe ���������"Accident,   or  CAN-  lllSlUT  by liri1  Insure   vein*  Ut-tilli."  Oll'or  you   n   dinncc  to   inrest a  ainiili or  Ito'ire ���������iniioiinl of your  ewniiujr..' or rnulnd ut r proHUtblo  vutii ol interna.  Loan You Money  tf3-Ouly   lies! Ccniioii!     . i! <; mi i tic .  Ollice Mi-Konziu Avuniic.  ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmrmnmmmmTmmm*  m    THE MOLSONS BANK   E  INCORPORATE!}  BY  ACT OF   PaTU.1A.MBNT, 1S55.  pUESB-TEItlAN UJ-UHUIl���������Kerulatokn.  ���������*��������� aorvico everj Sunduy ut 11 n.ite unit 7::i0  p.m. Bib'o 01.83 ut 2'7M p.m., to which  bll uro welcome. Pruyor lKeeimg t_,c ti p.m,  every Weduotiuuy.  REV. T. M1SNZIES. Pnutnr.  ROMAN   CATHOLIO   CHUK01I���������Hovel-  stiikc.     Atusa   Unit nnd third bun-dye In  monlli ut 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYEK.  SAL.VATION ARMY���������Mpflinsscvorj night  in thc:r hull on Kront Strcos  ijoyal Orange Lodge, No. 1658.  Regular meeting.) nro lirld lu (lie  Oilitrdlowt. Mull nn Uie third Friday  of each month nt 7,:ti> |>. iu. Visiting  bii-tliii'ii (nrdliillv Invlli-'il.  \V. ti. Hiiuev, W.M.: U. P. Pdii  Sue; Or. T. jvtle. Kin. Sec; Thot.  , Hcc  pice* _  Steed, 'L're.i. _u'er  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F., N0.3461.  Mcetii in thn Oddfellows' Unil on the  :.'nd and llll Fridays ct  caoh monlli. VieiliiiK  bi-elhren invltod to  attatid.  B. Campbell,  Chief Ranger.  D.  .1. C. Johnson  Kec.-Scc.  P^evelsto^e  Hospital  Maternity Boom in connection.  Vaccine   kept    011   hand.  Undertaking nnd Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  MAI'lUlN-l ���������-. avi;.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers In l'liniilui'o.  ROBERT SAMSON ..  Wood Dealer  and Draymar].  ]_ raying and delivery work a. specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notice.      Contracts  for Jobbing taken.  REVELSTOKE  2rs.  McKechnie   and   Jeffsi Attendants  Blacksz__it2_iz_e~t Jobbing  Plumbing.   PiPe Fitting  Tinsmith.! ng  Sheet Iron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty_____=__  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  E  E  ���������������  E  HEAD OFFICE' MONTREAL  PAID UP CAPITAL,      - - - -      $2,000,000  REST FUND - - - - -      Sl.600.000  D1RECTOKS:   Wat. Moi.son .Maci'H-Iiso_ , President;  S. II. Ewisii, Vlce-Pre������i(lent;  W. M. Kamsav, SamU-1. Fim-ky, rirxnv Aiiciiuiai.i>, J. P. C���������_GnoKi������,  H.  -_AKKLA_D MOUKIN.  F. Wokff.kto.v Thomas, Goneral Manager.  A general banking business transacted.     Interest, allowed at current  rales.  J. D. MOLSON.  Managuii, Kevei.ktokk, B. C.  ^���������UiMiitiUlU'UUlUlUlUiiUUilUlUlUUUUUUUUWUUWlUUS  These Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS,  opened up by the  Mineral Properties  Diamond Core  To obtain rapiilly the knowledge, of the v.-ilue of reefs or leriges  nothing is to bo compared with tho Diamond Core Drill, which will  provo more iu 30 daya than tm outfit of men tunnellitiR or sinking  shafts could prove in ten years,  Tho Diamond Core Drill can pierce the mountains and take th  ecret of what it contains from their very hearts, and the more so id  he rock formation^ the quicker it will do its work. '  The Diamond Core Drill is so cons-tructed that it can be taken  cj  pieces and packed ou the backs of horses aud carried  and   worked  almost inaccessible places where water can be obtained,���������and it  be in almost any part of British Columbia.  Por full information aud partKulars apply by letter or in person to  J.    D.    S I B B AL D,  REAL     ESTATE   AND     MINING     BROKERS,     REVELSTOKE  HOTEL  Large light bed  rooms.     Rates  $1.  J.  Table furnished with  the choicest the market  affords. Best Wine*  Liquors and Cigars  a day. Monthly race.  ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  RATES.   $l.oo   PER  DAY  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties,  The  t _i  C olumbia  Good accommodation. A. good bv  well supplied with ch������ice wine-  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors.  Both Hotels Opeq  I placed a table under where     the  hand had appeared .and stood upon it.  Putting: my eyes about on a level vvith  the writing, looked out of the window.  The direction was not at rt. angles to  the wall of the bedroom, but inclined  to the left and downwards, thus ending With a view of a hrick wall, Instead of looking squarely into the garden.      This wall  was  thc  lack of a  modern stable, and quite .   blank, the  creepers planted   at.      the base      not  having grown  up  11.      It was      unsightly,   but it suggested      a further  idea."    No one was astir yet, and 1 let  myself out nojsolcssly, and made ray  way - to  tho stable.      Hy  placing the  loft ladder  against the      wall      and  climbing up backwards I managed to  reach about the spot where my glance  from  the  bedroom had      heen   fixed.  Ot course, to look at tho      bedroom  window now it was necessary to turn  to  tlie right and upwards.      It is an  elementary law of optics that angle of  rellected light from a plane-surface is  equal  to  the  angle  of  incidence.      I  roughly estimated  with      my eye an  equal  angle  again  to  the   left      and  downwards.     The glance ended at the  back window  of  the first cottage in  North Lane.      A mirror, then,  hung  where   I  stood  would   reveal   in  the  bedroom  what was  going  on  in  the  cottage  or vice versa;   aud  the  distance was not great.  I slipped back into Whyte's house.  It was half past six and everything  was still quite quiet. I went out hy  the front entrance, made rnj" way  around to tlie cottage in North Lane,  and rapped loudly at the cottage door,  intending: to get a peep inside before  tlio usual hour for callers. After a  protracted interval I vvas answered by  a surly-looking man. half dressed.  "is "this Mr. Smith's?" 1 asked. No  b. Her question came inlo 1113' head for  the moment, and 1 had foolishly gone  without one prepared.  "N'o," saiil the man shortly. '"Tompkins". What do you want at this time  of day?"  Tlio table in tho room had nothing  on it: but at that moment, peeping  round the man. my eye lichted upon  a piece of wlro on the''floor, curled  drawn to the following :  Pure Maple Syrup in Tins,  McLaren's Cheese, in all sizes  Keiller's Marmalade in 71b Tins  Cairns do do  Tetley's Tea (the good old stuli.)  Tlio Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  and the Springs.  "We have a limited supply of  EASTERN  POTATOES  on hand vet.    TlievYe  good  Good Accommodation both  at   the   Springs  thc Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.        Kates  $1.25 per day. .  W-    M.    BROWN,  Proprietor.  T. D. Piekard  -, ...T-SSJ-YER,.,,  Gold, Silver or Lead $1.50  Copper .- 2 00  Gold and Silver 2.00  Gold or Silver and Copper 2.30  Gold, Silver and Lead  3.00  Gold, Silver, Lead and Copper 4.00  Prompt Attention to Samples by Mail,  Cash Must Accompany the Sample.  Front St.  Revelstoke  The Acme���������~  Soda  Water  Works  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Aerated "Waters, Soda and Mineral  Waters in Syphons and Bottles.  Factories at Vernon and Revelstoke, B. C.  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  I D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  '   AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  Ev  EUST  ������KE  Do  Vou  CUant  a   Home  in    This] Groming    -Dining  and  _?ailcciay  Centre  ?  The C. & K. sfeam Navigation Company hava 30m3 of them  lightlul pTopprty in Revelstoke.    It is charmingly   situated,   handy  to  to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at once.    Ea_Jr  terms if necessary,   X.Ji^fflCLSolfiLH9ei_t___.  F. JKteC.qR.TY  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer in -.',..  PRIME BEEF, PORK.  .MUTTON .MD SJIIDSJISE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.    -: Markets   at   Revelstoke  Revelstoke Station, Xakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  ��������� _���������   i      ������������������ ���������  ���������    ��������� ���������   in���������-������������������_���������-_���������_���������_^T*"^������^M������-aw���������������_Mw-_i  THE PIONEER LIVERY  .  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  HoraM  Freighting  and   Teaming  specialty.  Dailv Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Lauding.  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B,C  REVELSTOKE-  Bi:st Accommodation  Ix the Lardeau.  Rates S2 Pep Day.  McKenzie Ave,  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor,  Saah  and  Doop  Factory.  1 Manufacturers  I   and Dealers In  Saeli.  nonr;.  Tnnilnsf.  Plinthi.   Comer ���������  Blocks. Motildliii,-' of all kind*. Funetj-  Gallic and Vci-imdata worlc. Bracket!.,  of every duscriptlon  made to  order. -  Store anil    Oflice    Fittings, Windo-r  Frimt". with suh fitted a. specialty,  the latcjt machinery.   Dry kiln  preaiisf*.   Call and get prists befor*  yoine elsewhere.  SAWYER & MANNING. Closed...  One Big Mid-, uunner Sale closed  on I-Vid-ty last, hot we oiler the  -hahince of our  ���������3LOUSES  at 50c, 65c,-?i.oo, $1.40.  _Ye   liavi  li.ive fin-   SKIRTS  few  jitif-j  linen yon cun  Si.40.  .A pretty i.tnjze  of   Deniiini   for   $2.-11).  and the hest white I .ijiie for !?_.'_.j.  DRESS GOODS  "We still show for another week .-it  lhe tot i>ii( e-. which mean, you can  buv vour dit.'.-ses ill cost ,-it  The Cash Bazaar  W. ".IK~.~~i~~l.-M, MA nag 1:1:  !0'.V.-*OX KI.CCK. - M(-Ki:NZIK AVE.  The Canada Drug: &  Eook Co., Limited.  il������������v!_ijr r**-._:cd and enlarct-cl their :store.  .���������������.:������������������ now 1:1 tt position 10 ������*upp_y fully till  vpni' in :hc l>r!tir and Stationery line.  T;n.*y hundk* nothing but the best nud  Mirt'-.-i of ftniL"-; ami keiip them fresh.  Thev jus: opened a new -supply of  Specially prepared, wliich i=s au clotrant  Hlood Purifier and Tome, priec ?1..00  -.'ali and try a bottle.  CHAS. R.McDOXAl-T). Manager.  McKEXXIE   AVE..   REVELSTOKE   STATION.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  T. Lewis left hy Xo. 2. this morniiiK  for Winnipeg.  Frank Barnind returned this week  from a trip through the Greenwood  district.  J. M.ily picked iilionr. ten pounds of  stiMwiierries in- his market garden  yesrerdny.  Frank Butler of .Mnscatinn. Inwn. is  spendintr ;x few duvs in* u.wn as the  guest of Rev. Dr. Paget.  "W. B. Pool, T. Kilpatrick .-md A. E.  Kineaide left lhis morning to pay a  visit lo the Xettie L mine.  Rev. Mr. Pollock will preach-the  sermon tomorrow for theOr'uigi'incn's  parade to the Presbyterian cliurcli.  AV. A. Walker. C.P.R. storekeeper  here. ha= heen transferred to Montreal  to a more, important position, lie left-  vest eriliiy morning nn Xo.2.  Tlie case of H. S. King ,for littering  ���������wni-thle.-.s cheques c.une up hefore  Police Magistrate Haig yesterday and  was remanded until Monday.  American citizens in Revelstoke aro  coiiliiilly invited to lie present at. the  lecture on their country's hero next.  Wednesday night, in the Methodist  church.  The service*: in iheMot.iiodist church  tomorrow at-11 aiid 7:30 p.m. The  iiiisini' will preach on " Templiit ions "  in Ihe morning tind " Kmiu's Bad Bargain *' in tlie evening.  Mrs. F. A. Chuhh and son. nl--n Mrs.  Stanley, of Ohio, --viii arrive tomorrow  cvenimr to j iin Mr. Chubb, painter.  They will irf'ke tip their rc-ideniu in  the house lecently occupied Iiy Mr. J.  Wright as a hoarding house.  The special number of the Nelson  Miner, which ha* cnu:e to hand, is a  very creditable production. The lei (er  pr-.-s is interestingly written and the  iliu������; rat ions are numerous nnd artistic  Th" number is unite an (ye opener  willi i ecrard to tiie progress made by  Neleon in the past few yems.  Bris. xlier Howell,   of Spokane, chief  divi.-ioiial     oflicer    of   the    Salvation  Aiinyin   tlii-   division,    will   be  here  He will   hold  services  at  ; omorrnv  o p.m. .md   S   p.m.   at    the   Salvation  Army  barracks.     Tbe   brigadier  is  a  :-"niid musician and  simrer  and  everv-  body is invited to  hear  him  ring and  speak.  ^^TrT7:n"iT1_w:r*-iirt"n'ivn-oii=���������Motiday_en-  rr.ute to the Lade group to comment e  -..-(ii-k on the tunnel to lap the |pad.  The Lade srnup is the best known  gold proposition in the Lardeau. and  -ome ei-.oriiuai.-lv rich as'-nys have  been obtained. Thi*-property is Min-  .-ued on R.iinercieek and adjoining the  lainous Bad-hot group.  Nnrris Bros.' trained animal show  stinrk town on Thursday and crave  twn.eNliihiiidus. The show is all that,  is claimed for it and the animals weie  (|iii.'e marvellous in their wonderful  pei form.-iiii-es. The parade in llie  mornim.' wa-* excellent, evei -yihine  1'i'iiiK fresh and I .rich! and the tiny  Jionies .-bowing evidence of good r-aie  in I heir well groomed coats and slick  a|.|v.;iiai!re. Everything about th"  .-how was well conducted and made  i'avoc.bie impression.  TANGO MINE i  An Encouraging   Report   Made   to  the  Annual Meeting of the Shareholders  Tne ordinary general meeting of the  Tangier Minei Limited, (British Columbia), was held ou Monday, June 19.  at. Winchester House. Old Broad  Street. K.C., the Karl of Kssex, presiding.  The Chairman, in the course of his  speech, said: According to our articles  this meeting need not have been held  until the end of the year; hul, in  addition to our desire to afford lliu  .shareholders all information at tlm  present time, the board is also desirous  of taking tlie shareholders inlo its confidence as to the probable future in  relation to tlie erection of a concentrator. The mine is yet, young ami  lho ilevelopmenls have not, proceeded  very far. principally owing to two  tilings���������the lime lost in getting the  puiiipiiiir and hoisting plant, and tlie  great difficulty experienced in driving  ��������� in coiisetiuences of the hardness of the  'ore: but, so far as the developments  have gone they afford considerable  encouragement. '['lie nut in shaft is  down 11)0 ft., where levels have been  driven east, and west to the total of  about 100 fl., through oie of varying  richness. A full list of assays have  been .sent, to yon and lhal, has been  done for the purpose of enabling every  . litireliuUler. if hi: so chooses to obtain  lhe advice of his own special expert.  (Jul- present, manager. Mr. XV. XV.  Hn.'.cl, was appointed in October last,  on the iv.-ignal inn of Mr. ,1.1). Graham,  and lie certainly un ti now lia_ given  sal i.-l'acl ion. .lie is. however, 1 think,  somewhat, of a pessimist, because in  Iii.- last, report, he remarked that what,  wis have "at present proved is mil,  enongli to make tliu mine. pro.liable  working; vet he adds that, he sees no  reason why it should not- develop to  greater proportions, and that the mine  at lhe ureseiit i.s looking  better than ever. II. i.s not easy, however, to get more than 100 feet, of ore  in 11)11 fool, of driving, and we can only  agree with our mine manager that  there, is no reason why the body  should not develop as driving progresses, and we think Unit the chances  are that the quality of ore will improve as we go mi. We have therefore instructed Mr. Hazel to continue  the driving to t he 200 foot level. The  ore so far developed, we are advised,  i.s ore that requires concentration  before being dispatched from t.he mine,  but the quality nnd tlie quantity of  the ore at. present proved would not  yet warrant tlie erection of a concentrator on our own account alone. You  will see by the report, that, the Gold-  fields have a concentrator whicli it was  originally intended should be used for  the benefit of this company nnd the  Waverley Companv. and of any other  company" that might have been started  or worked in the same valley. That  concentrator is practically on the  ground; in fact. I thiuk most of it. is  on the ground, and what is not on the  ground is awaiting erection. Cut. the  cost of lhc erection of this concentrator, and also to erect, a short-air  hoist from the initio tn lhe month of  t.he Waverley Tunnel, on the load  leading to the railway .-it Albert, Canyon would be aboul. ������1.500���������rather a  inrger sum of money than we are now  prepared to spend; bnt it, is not intended just til. present to take any  definite si ens in this nial.ter, for the  reason that Mi. "Vardon, who is a  representative of Messrs. Bainbridge,  Seymour & Co., is now out in British  Columbia, and on liis way lioine be  lias promised to visit, both the Waverley and this mine, and to repoit  thereon. It will, of course, greatly  depend on what. Mr. Vat-den says in  that report ah lo what will be our  fut lire action in tlie nial.ter. Colonel  Anstey and Mr. Cox have both visited  the mine. My only regret is that our  present stale of affairs is not quite as  satisfactory as we had hoped would  have been the case. but. let us hope  that by careful anil judicious management the. mine may still fulfil those  brilliant, promises wliicli were so confidently predicted ut tlie meet ing held  about two years ago.  _!f. E. Grant, (iiivnii moved a vote of  thanks to the chairman of the meeting  anil lemarked lhat if their mine, with  its present, prospects.' were only situated in West Australia instead of in a  comparatively inaccessible part of  British Columbia, the price of the  shares would be at a very different  figure from lhal, at whicli it now  stood. Tliey had received very high  as.-ays iitid he was of opinion that if  tlie directors continued tlieir policy of  development, there would be very  lit lie diflicnlty in obtaining the money  to afiord iiilequatetr iinsportution from  the mines to the smelter or the railroad.  The chairman, in briefly replying,  s-iid : he cosl of transport wa> one of  llie chief dilliculties   with   wheh   tl  THE COMING CONTEST  It is a truism that in politics it is  always the unexpected which happens.  Occasionally, however, the inevitable  also occurs. The political crisis now  reached in onr provincial affairs is nn  instance in point. Nobody ever really  expected Mr. Semlin to make a success  as premier. Nobody ever thought  that Air: Cotton, the Conservative of  British Columbia Conservatism, and  Air. Martin, the typical Liberal of  advanced Liberalism, would be able to  pull together for any length of time.  "Nobody who had studied Mr. Martin's  methods ever doubt oil that he would  host itnte to wreck any government  whicli he could not absolutely control.  And it hus all arrived according lo  sclii'iUilc. though perhaps a little  sooner than it was timed for. It is  obvious Unit no ministry can continue  to exist, the provincial head of which  has called on one of liis colleagues to  resign with the result thnt thc minister  in question has retaliated by publicly  accusing his chief of incapacity and  another minister of falsifying the  records of the execulive. The reform  ministry, tlie business ministry, the  ministry which only a few months  ago stigmatized its predecessors as  "iiicapables," is bringing ils brief  career to a ludicrous close. The reformers of politics are accused by one  another of falsifying their own records  to score a political point, and these  capable business men are hurling atone another charges of inattention to  public business and incapacity to  carry on public affairs.  JAS. GILL & CO  THE TAYLOR BLOCK, McKENZIE AVE.  The ' notion   that   Air.   Alnrtiii   will  give up his portfolio ���������md stand quietly  down in order to  let, Premier  Semlin  and Air.  Cotton  enjoy  in   peace   and  tranquility tl.e  sweets  of oflice  need  not be entertained for a moment.    He  will resign   when   the   rest   of them  resign and not before.     And  we may  as well begin   to  piepare for another  election, whicli if the  1-Ikhaf.d  is  not  very   much   mistaken   is   more   than  likely lo assume the  form  of   a   light  between the supporters of n thoroughgoing socialist platform framed by Air.  Alni'lin to catch the labor vote on  one  hand anil the business interests of  tlie  province on the other.     Ah*.  Alnrtiu's  whole course, since he entered  British  Columbian politics, has consisted  of a  play to the gallery, and  there is  very  little doubt that he  calculates  on  an  appeal to the labor vote to  place  hii'n  in   power   without,   any    Seinlius   or  Cottons to annoy liini.    His course on  the alien  exclusion question   was   an  appeal to the labor  vote  in  t.ho  coast,  cities. , Hie attitude on the Dcadiuaii's  Island business was .-in   appeal   to   the  labor vote in Vancouver.  "His  action  in the eight hour  legislation    was   an  appeal to the labor vote in   Kootenay.  The IlKltAI.n   believes   lhal.   AI r. Alar-  tin thinks lhat his appeals  have   been  successful, aiid that  lie  will  fight the  next, election for liis own hind, posuig  as the champion of the workingclasses.  THE PASSING SHOW  BUTTER FOR OUR JOE MARTIN  But .it  Won't   Make   Him   Go    Down  Any Easier  The following resolution was adopted  nt a meeting of Rossland Miners Union  No. !1S, W. F. AI.. on Wednesday. June  28th:  Whereas, on the night of June 20th,  ISO!), tliere was given in the city of  Rossland. B.C., what was known as a  public banquet in honor of our most  worthy citizen. ex-Governor Mackintosh, cine who has the welfare of our  citv at. heart and hns done untold good  forthe comiiinnitv at, large. But, we  regret, with shame, llml when lion.  Joseph Martin rose to address the  banqiietters thar. a good many of  those so-called gentlemen should so  far forget themselves as lo jeer at one  whom this province, might justly be  proud of, and by their action they  dishonored llie guest of the evening,  disgraced themselves and dragged in  the dust the good name our city and  citizens liave always enjoyed for hospitality lo those who may hnve  mingled amonu. us either as invited  guests or sojourning among us us  friends.  Therefore be it" resolved, thnt wc.  the Ros-sl.-md .Miner' Union. No. .'18.  \V. K. of AL. believe the lion. Joseph  Marl in. at lorney-troneral. was grossly  instilled bv a ' certain element, who  iit tended "the said public banquet  because of bis'��������� friendly attitude towards tli" ciirht-hniir law passed for  the benelit of ne'tallifei-oiis miners in  Ibis piovince. And we furl lier believe  such n course was carefully planned  by a vast, majority of those who  at tended llie said public banquet, nml  the motive for such is easily under  stood bv l his union.  Be it, fur. her resolved _���������<> admire the  inanlv wny in wliich tbe Hon. Joseph  Marl in and lus colleagues who have  proved bv their noble -ids that, lhey  are the fiiends of llie masses and not  the : lasses, and we cill upon nil  honorable i itizens to denounce lhis  insult offered lo one whom ns a citizen  this province of British Columbia  might well feel proud of and Canada  mav well admire.  Screen Doors  Screen Windows}  Spring Hinges  Door "Bells  Garden Hose  Garden Sprinklers  ALWAYS  Lawn Mowers  Garden Rakes  Refrigerators  Ice Cream Freezers  .   Wire Meat Covers  Iron Pipe and Fittings  STOCK  McCarty Block.  ������Sg"~-liMimntes gn-on on roofing nnil furnace work.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  BUY YOUR  Silyerware  NOW while the best "buys" last  and the assortment is largest.  Watch  Repairing  A first-class watchmaker now  employed .steadily making good  'timekeepers. All work guaranteed.  Mail Orders a Specialty.  Guy Barber?  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  McKenzie Ave.    REVELSTOKE.  LADIES' EMPORIUM  TllTl-.n   -THI.ET,  CnXTRR.  Opposite Cowan I'.lock.  l?i>'GSr?''>^''\'~~^r^'?"'?l'3,rai!?-^r^  1 "All Records Broker I  il :  ������������  m  f-K^| ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� j    wi ut  i   fin ��������� * ������_>    nt    until.         ������������!_.-      mi.ui      r.~.".iii_  i>t"it������ i4i     ^iwiciuci       '���������'is!  ySfl and keep a full line of staple and fancy goods to supply the general    XAiS  ������*3 public.                                                                 * , -     &JS  HOW?   WHEN?   WHERE? |������  WHY AT THE NEW CASH STORE, m  Where you get. the freshest and best groceries at  lower prices ^^  than any other sr.ore in town.    We   deal   exclusively   in  groceries _?_&  and keep a full line of staple and fancy goods to supply the general  public.  A Fresh Consignment of .,  Butter and Eggs Just Arrived.  Leave its your oi tiers and get satisl'iiHory goods at satisfactory  prices.     '.  4fe-  '!���������*$  __s*  m  to  x������-a  Wi  S������<������������������������������������������������������@  Ahlin & Co.'s  Old Stand.  m  m  ������  m  m  [9.        :uia stana.   .^  i Ki-ii iL-Wit-'i 'fjin-fl c,"^fc;-^< o-cJuv ������������������Vtf*v ^.���������7jt(.iU'4'iJ\l.'73t'i41,^.>Ji:-'^lbVii&!&ui.'.'a  A Pleasant Evening*.  About a hundred people took  in   tlie  social at  tlie   residence   of   Airs. Chas,  ey  bad   to contend.���������Colonial   Goldfields i inception   was   only   an  Gazelle.  The     IlKHAi.ii   wishes   io   call   the  attention of   its  readers   to   tiie   par;'.-        _  ,       ,  ,.       .    ���������,     ,.     , ,    ,       I Holten on Wednesday eveiiiiie:. which  graph rehitintr to the Spokane   Im.u- I ^.._v ���������nt ,.p ,)V  M,.,.    1IoI,���������n  and   Mi.-s  trial Exhibition this year.     This   year j L. Martin a*- tb  the mineral exhibit, which at  its  fiisr,  ,-itniex  Information Wanted  The London correspondent of the  Vancouver News-Ad vert ise.i has tlie  following to say in Thursday's issue:  LoxnoN. (Bug)., June 20.���������Nothing  lias been heard "of the Lillooet, Fraser.  CITY COUNCIL IN SESSION-  Who   Dumped   the   Garbage   over   the  Bank ?���������A Short Meeting  The (ouneii in"!   I-i������"    night,   all   tin  luemb"! - ii:-i--i ol.    The. clerk   was   ill  River and Cariboo Goldfields for  very long time, so that it is no wonder  "a large sli'iteholder*' wants information. In a letter to Ihe Financial  Times he mivs:  '���������C'tn nny of voir teideis or yourself  giveineany   information   what.-oever  i (.Hunting that verv  silent  mine,   the  Lillooet." Fraser   Kiver   and   Cariboo  G'oldlield.. Limited'-    All one knows is  t hat the directors   arc   drawing   river  ������1.200:1.   year   in  fees,   and  spending  "j nearly -Cl'.OOO iu  tiavt-llim.':    that   five  1   of the directoi> arc. dii ectors of a  subsidiary (ompaiiy.   and   tliat   the   l.i-t  b dance sheet shows these same diieet.-  ��������� .|> tiihi' for liiis  subsidiary company  1772.117 iu f.-es.    Surely tlii.- is1 unprece-  deiued.    For looking al'l cr a mine and  ! a y mine in British  Columbia  | the  London   '/eiitli'im-ii   ilnuv  a   little  : ini-oiie   of   ������UviO  per   annum.    This,  even I hi-, might lie  winked  ai.  if  the   -- '---        lividend,   but  contribution to t hf'  j bell for St. Peter's  cliurcli,   for  which  ] the Talent-ociety   of   the  church   arc  to a | work inn.    Tin'   programme  consisted  'of iim-ii-al and dramatic numbers  and  was ai-ranired as follows:  oLllidsJ .    out; RITTV.H E-Snk.Foj;.^-  ,, ~"n. Von. n'.'J^nberg.  ,; Hp-iri (I.  I . Fere    ' I'lcnr-h'.' li'l-'.vroa   .T. If. DUNNE   XV. T. Cit-OF.  ...MiSh I.ksa Martin  the greatest amount of attenl ion.  will be seen in  the  notice  in another  . .      ; .    ��������� -nlM-tinn'IU-r>  column that there is a. f.-ur chance ota. i>iBnf, -nio  Ni;i:sr. I.ccas  I Violin .eio... . Mus EPl~n~"i>-(~  special excur.-ion of  mining  tnvMlors: a SILENT WOMAN.  r ,. ,   ,      .i i Murinii J-nnforil  Miss Mabtin  being run from lbe east to  the   expo-[ jIr cBnf���������r,|  .'r. 1I.Hu.s-.vf.  .  .   ' , - .  ..    , ,        ,,     I Arth!;on W. F. Crage  sit mn and   al-o  of   a   visit   from   thijj    members of the. American  I(l~tit.utf of j ^Ic-tion city Band  _     . .   ,    " , rtefi("-hment.<-   were    served   (luring  Mining   Engineers. ^itr-Peem-   to  tbe j f |,f. f.Veninir by the hostess Mrs. lloll.n  li.trict of {and I he entertainment, wound up with  ,      , , ['.in iinpionipti!   hop   on   the   spacious  which Revelstoke. is the centre  sliou.dl verandah of thei house   for  which   the  make con'-iderable pffoi t������ to be worth- ��������� hand fm nMi"'il some part iciilarly good  .dance     mniir, Tne      improvomeiit.  ilv represented at this exposition.  W e i evinced by t he band   in   Iheir purl,  of  this'.of the . vcniiis'. r-nrerfniiimetit was  ! the subject, of general comment.  district.     when     onr-  transput tntioii i   Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  Goods  in  town.  M.. K. Lawson.  ^iiiH- CHEAP FliEEWOOD  Send your orcters' for Fire Wood to  ���������FRED. ROBESON; at the saw mill pg|  office.' He will;deliver at'$2 25 a cord, ^ga  in short icngfi-isj. $1.50 a cord to those "r^a  who do their'own hauling". ��������� S4$5f-  t*=S������K  ���������M"i������iM-*_.***'_'i"M������l"i"l������i"i"l'****-M-  -i< Some of our...  SPECIAL  PREPARATIONS  Dr. "Novell's Worm Powders 'J0(*  Dr. Novell's Wood mul -Nerve Tills ....:������c  island's Tron Tills  "2w  Blackberry Cordial  2">c  Hair Pomade i"u  Heartache "Wafers    il'ic  Quality and Kflicieney Umiraiitccd.  rREPAItED AND SOLD HY  I Field & Bews, %  ���������H Lower Town  Druggists. ^  'I-f'?">'I:"I":H"l"T"lf"I"T"I"I"l'iI'*'t"T'*-T"I":f'f-I  For the Choicest  and Best  llBl'.Al.n that the  mining d  .ire on the eve of  a   fresh  era   in  ^���������Fruits and.-^-^-  Confectionery  The Best Makes of  Cigars and  Tobaccos  . . TRY . .      .  Mrs. W.J: Lees!. Store,  (IcKenzie Ave.  Ice Cream Parlor in connection.  ROBERT CLAIR,  , .   ... ...  Contractor ....    : ��������� - t  liltKHC, STOXIi Mill n.ASTEi'ING,  KXCAVAT1NU, SliWAGK.  STP.KET URAl'IN"!. .  -  Contract!. Taken.  . SiM'tirUv plvon ns oh!1(..1 for.  "Mutcrinl furnished if necessary.  Furnished Room" to Let.  ' I.nrgc. ('onifortitl)luT in central locality; bath  room.   Apply at IlniAi.ii ollice.  Miners Wantpd.  Tlio Tniiider.-iine Ltd., Albert Ciiiivon, H C,  require-* -,i_ good miners.   \Vuyes?;l.lH) per day;  shaft Milking ~~3..~>l).  Notice.-  Notice is hereby ftiven Mint I. thc uiider>ii;n-  od have |jiiri'liii!-i .1 (lie lmsine-s of .1. K. Hull  & Co., butchers at Kevel-toke, nil accounts  owinj.- lo and Iiy .1. II. Hull A-Co.. Kerul'-toku  branch, will he collected and paid by mo.  jas. woonnow.  For Sale  A complete saw mill outfit.    Knio'iie -10 h. p.,  boiler 11.") ]i. p.   I'laner, nintohcr and  moulder,  and shin*;!- machine.   Will sell  whole or any  part of oiitlit.-.Apply toJ'O," Hkiiai.d..    . ^  Wanted  Vounjj ������irl to look afler children and help in  lioii'.enork.   Apply lo Mils. Chas. M. 1~ii:i.ij.  Wishing to Clear Out  difficulties being removed, develop-!  ment will (ouimer,ce in real catne.-t.i  XV,i have got .-ome! hing now to induce 1  investors to take hold of the magiiifi- j  cenl. opporl unit ies offered l.y this j  (���������mini ry fnr mining operations. And'  it afford to lose such .1 chance 1  What Easiness Men Say.  -All  (lassi.s  of������'   property  **-t+'M"i������M"i'+'i'+**'l"H"I"M-**-M.'+  I Chubb & Booth I  . ...  .���������   at    f.i'r   and  i-(|iiitible  P\ Hi'iKun. McICi.-ii7.ii! Aveiiii".  rates.  .1 company was paving n   hiv_.h-.i_i,     j  j tlii.    i.-   nol   ���������.(>:    indeed,   tli..   market ��������� we ennui  lie, cl.-rk   was   in- j v.,|���������e ot- , |���������. shares is "is., and no   news '  s-ii iicted In 1'-lily in  a  cqinniunir.itinn 1 wliat ever is i"ported from   the   mine,  from     II.    Kil-.vads     complaining    of j I trust, through   the   medium   of your  parties   dumping   tr-ub ,ge    ov..,"   the   ������*������'������-l>-"'"'l I'-'I':''-  other-   ui,  ' ,1-1 sh.irclu.lder.-.     nke   mysi-ll.    will     be  nv..,-bank opposite ins house anil   i--k    f���������m)(1 willing to join   in   investigating | suggests t I1.1t the mat ter 1  the position of our company "  liini wlio tliey are. II. N. ('onr,=i',r"s  applical ion to len-e the piece of King  sti-. et r."M hi-tr.-irden was leferrcd to  ib.-1 iiy solicitor. Tlie clerk was in-  -liurtid to ('i.llllillinica.e with lh"  I'roi ini-ial Sei retary for information  ii'iranlinir the lime that lb" council  (in have tiie u-e of tooms in tiie government building. B. Law.-on*s ap-  ])li(.Uion for the position of auditor  was filed.  The Public Works committee recommended the following appropriation.: To grade McKenzie avenue  between Victoria Tload and Third  street, Sl.'O: to grade First street  between Campbell avenue ar.d Hobson  avenue. 8150: to dem- and grade Fifth ' taking Odre.-scd boards. 1x12, fiom my  ��������� Reduced prices for  one  monlli  at  R.  .S.   WiNon's   tailoring   emporium.   _  Leave your measure right now. j .s���������  ._.f;esprve   vour   or(l*-*i-s   for   photo-���������_������,  ,, ...      i iri-npo'-*.    Could will  bu   in   Kt-M-l-toke, Jf  as this   exposition   offers   of   r������Ht mj-'| (-,.,���������,, 2fith .June unti! further notice.      ! .-_.  these     advantages   before   capitalists       _];��������� yn��������� want. !��������������� bnrrnw money   to  nd     mining     men.     The      If Kit M*_,n   u-,- in b"is!i."<-s tn. build a home.       Tty  r.lTKKfl. he can ������;et it for yon.      Oflic",  Mr-Kcnzif Avenue.  Contract  "House  Painting.  " Tliffc (Ii ".ite.-t American'' is wbal  Mr. T. Stead calls Lincoln,  f.*onu.'and hear thc slmy of his life  told an intei esting style next, Wednesday ei cuing, in the Methodist  cliurcli.  XV. Meldrum. manager of the C-tsh  Bazaar, returned yesterday fiom a  trip lo the coast where he spent, trie  holidays in company with f'l. JMac-  gow in of the Molsons Hank and J) ft.  C.'at heart,. The party took in tlie  first at Vancouver and tho fourtliat  .Seattle. They enjoyed the outing  thoroughly. '  It. Tapping would like to ask as a  ratepayer when are we to have any  police protection, as n, party was seen  advitnta  mining  la ken up  promptly, so Mint a repetition of the  fiasco of lust yenr may be avoided and  that, a good c l'ie.:,ioti of oie be shipped  to Spokane accompanied by as complete and exten-ivc descriptive literature bearing "n the district, as cm be  compiled by the d.ite of the expo" printiua -it  ivi-icev. ttilur work if vou a������k  Not the ( be-lpe-t felt the I"'-!.  lil'.ll.x .fob rooms.  --IM10I0 ������.rikH.'f r-r li. H Tin  Cn. will bo,opei. from  Julv,    '1  horn���������t  for   ir. I  at-  thei  + SKiN PAINTINO, TINTINd,  * HARD OIL FINISHING.  1.  .:-n.  ; ...Revelstoke, B. C.  -i"f"i������f-^"i"i-i-r-i-t-n-i"H"i"H������i"i"i"M-r'  "���������tv-t't between Uoyle avenue and a  point opposite the iiew laundry, ?;'-0.  Adopted.  Bvlaw Xo. 17 to amend the Fire  bylaw was finally passed and adopted.  The count il lhen adjourned,  lumber yard on to First streel on the If the parties who  steal ho much of our garden produce,  lumber, etc., were behind the bars for  awhile. I consider if, would he a good  thing for llevelstoke.  The. 1I~:i~at.i* h������:_.._ that J. M. Kellie  has been up the Big Bind trail trying  tn talk into the people thai, he did nol  knife the Standard group. The cold  fact remains that he did. Tie did not  confine himself to criticism'"of the  Boston company's prospectus, hut did  his best, to give tho properly itself the  worst kind of a black eye and Ihe  IlKRAl.n has absolutely conclusive  evidence for its statement, wliich  will be published in due loursc.  This will Iw- om-  hist  (������������������ruber.    !'."-!. r  ���������.Mill.  guaranteed.  vi-di-   until    Sep  in   phologi.-ipby  ��������� Before yon injure your life in--*'"-! i  gate lhe merit" of   lbe   nonforfeitable,  free n ecu inula I ion policy i-^ued by the  Poynl   Victoria,  Life    Inanraricc   ('o.,  Montreal, Fayktte Bi-kkic, Agent..  "���������Modern which tbe IlKK-  Ar.r> does at modern prices bus an  individuality about it, thnt. command"  attention. Drop in and let ua talk it  nv. r on Mint, next, order of printing.  We can make it beneficial to you.   . : It-   BORN  (tainki:������������������ On July'.Z^tti'e wife of S. F  W. Gainer of *#������.'  FARM   FOR   SALE CHEAP.  Oirnrrf^C'l of M0 nf>rr������, Hi*j fi'To** und'T orop.  'Jft'i nrr'"* hot mm jftnrt i.nhroWMi mul well  fiditptod fr������r pra**1* prowfnc; twf- \nruo Irri^ntir-;!  flitches. In ((oofl repafr; ������t; 11 atcrt l������ milt: from  OkiiriftKnn Inkn; ^plfiidM" * it ft cnuvint; lonnl*  Ity; all kind1* of fruit now h&nrinK: partinilar-  ly adapted for st^ick rnisini_r.--onttot the be^t  runpcJ in the province House, Mable and  other outbuildings; a beautiful Ptr^arn running through the place,���������abundance of trout.  Farm all fenced, stock: 40 hentl Iior^c", I.V)  hoad crittle. WflRRon, slciphp, inowific mB-  rhine. two horse rakes, a complete outfit of  fnrming iitei-MI*. Al*to an interest in wharf.  12 inilCR from Teaehland. a mining town on the  lake and 5 miles from the w^ll known fruit  farm on Trout creek. I)aily ��������� team boat con-  n'������frion. A parndisc for sportsmen, plenty of  wild frame. Trice: Ilo per acre, including  crop, stock and Implement?. Inquire or write  to Oahnett Brothers. Penticton. IJ. C.  P.8.���������W mile from wharf.���������on nap known as  Barclay wharf. 50 53  the stock eif J. Aikenhcad Sz Co., composed of  WATCHES, JEWELLRY  and SILVERWARE  we have reduced prices of ������an_e to a small per-  ceiila^e above cost, nntl will continue sellinj:  at reduced prices mull July 15. We also make  a specialty of  Watch Repairing  each Job being thoroughly repaired  and gnnr-  nnt'jcd for 12 months.   No cure, no pay.  Mailorders promptly attended to, nml express paid one.way.  e. mTalLum,  Front St.  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  REVELSTOKE.  ������s������se<!XiX3������<sxs������sxsi^^  I Young:  i.       Men  0 Vou cun dross -well nnd piivc yon:  w money l.y buying your dollies from us  @   XVo have complcoi lines of thc cJioiccs  Miss Steele  Ti'ncliei* of-jMusie, l.ntin, rrencli. Pencil  I~ruwing, Landscape ami l'lgure in black ami  rnlui-i.d (Tiiyous, oil mnl>M'iuer (.'olor on can-  vuss, allk.siitln, etc Evenliit; olnsseii in Kiiu-  lisli    liriiiielies    and    iiiiitlit'iniiiii'K.     Studio,  .-.MITH   HlOClt.  +****'_*+*_.4'_'_'_'_'*_'*4''I'*'_W''_'__'  ���������1* "��������� ��������� -.  |   j-J������t������l \yo@:&������i}'5^  * REVELSTOKE, B. O.  "** '"   GRILLROOMand  RESTAURANT.  OPEN ALL NIGHT.  <,  d. V. PERKS, Prop  .M.^f^.^.X.^^^'I'f'f'ff'I'lff'M'f' .>^<-  4.  4-'  >?���������  >*���������  t  *���������  t  ij-  UTOHSR  lletail Dealer in--.    *  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season. -  <.  Cornm* Douglai  and Kin" Sts.  Alt orders promptly fllleil.  Revelstoke:  You  enn dress well   nnd   sni-e  your  us.  pleti;  ^j Unii-dinn nnd Importod������il.s.  ������ Serous, Tivoeds nnd Trouserings; nnd  J? ive injure tlie fit of every irnrment thnt  0   lenvcs onr Tailoring Depnrtnient.  R. S. WILSON,  CITV JIERCHANT TAILOR.  C-)S������S������S<������5>������������Si������5X���������������GXsX^^  " Natures   Own  Health  Preserver."  me Quaker Bath  Cabinet ^  Turkish Baths Bt Home. Saves Henlth, Life.  Medicine nnd Doctor bills. These Baths are  Pleasant,' Tonlnp. Cleansing. Re-Building.  InviuorfttinB:. Strengthening to the body,  blond, muscles heart, etc.. For further particulars, information or circulars apply to  Chas* J. Aman, oppo-station.  A.N. SMITH, Proprietors  i W. KAULT. Baker.  The Revelstoke Street Car  COMPANY.  The Revelstoke Street Car leaven  "V ictoria Hotel for Station at 8, 9, 10,  11. 12, 2, :$. 4. 5. 7, 8 and 9 o'clock-.  Leiives'Station for Victoria Hotel ab  8.30, 9.30. 10.30. 11.80, 12.30, 2.30, 3.30.  4.30. 5.30. 7.30. 8.30. 9.30.  Sundays���������Leaves Victoria Hotel at  10. 12. 2. 3. 7 and 9 o'clock.  Leaves Station at 10.30, 12.30, 2.30,  3,30, 7.30, 9.30.  .  FARE, io CENTS.  'ri  J. V. PERKS,  Prop-  sa


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