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 r.  sY~vr\A-><>v<->������u~ ^~'J  uf  -ISSUED   T'V7-IOE-JL-"V^r!EEIS:--'VV-ElX3IsrESI)A."^"S    -A-HsTID    S^.TTJU.lD^irS-  Vol.  III.    No.  56.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  WEDNESDAY, JULY 19,1899.  $2,00 a Year in:Advance.  OUR  FIELD  Our business is steadily  increasing. Our stocks arc  larger ihan eA-er." We buy  in car loud lots Our ware-  room and cold storage facilities are the be������t in Revelstoke. We have a large  branch store at Trout Lake  City.  The Lardeau and Trout  Lake district is now coming  S to the front; shipping mines  already, and railway transportation by competitiA-e  companies is now a certainty.. And Aye are- Avell  prepared to supply miners'  ano prospectors' complete  outfits.  Have ITou  Made Up  Your Mind  what }*oii would'; like for'-'-  your'new suit? No matter  Avhat kind of clothes, style,  culur or pattern you fancy  most, ctune and examine our.  new and up-to-date stock.  GRAND AND SUCCESSFUL OPENING.  Amid the enthusiasm of hundreds of pleased shoppers, the Big Store commenced its  annual July and August cheap sale on {Saturday last and tlie large sales ngain testilied  to the increasing popularity of this, the greatest of all cheap sales. Low prices, coupled  Avith goods ot known high quality, haA'e proved an attraction sullicient to crowd every  aisle each day and buying opportunities are plentiful. " A visit and critical inspection  will reveal exceptional bargains. -������������������;  Men's Shoes  for Summer  Every shoe in this sIioav-  ing is new; new inpretti-  .nei-sas well as in fashion,  material and making. We  haA'e been appointed sole  agents for thc "Slater Shoe"  but have plenty other makes  and styles, for any preferring them.  About  . "P-wi rtexe* .. ���������    .. -   -jl���������X~JL \s \*/ J3 - ������������������   When Ave" sell you an  article at $1 it's worth SI;  straight business methods  at this store. Our business  is to sell general merchandise not only this year, but  next year and years after.  That being the cube, it is  simply 0business common  sense for us to sell the very  best goods we can as cheap  as Ave 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 bo kept  right up to the times and  the prices kept down.  Brilliant Bargains in  Dainty Washing"  ��������� TPq "K-v������-i r������c������'   Extraordinary Price  rdUIlLia.   Reductions.  The opening bargains  in this section brought  hundreds of pleased  buyers. Every counter  wns crowded with indies  bovine from the im-  me'iise piles of beautiful  fabrics. This is an opportunity that seldom  occurs, to buy utlrael-  i v (> and seasonable  goods at whnt it, costs  to make' them. Here's  the price .store Alonday.  pr  .lu  new  . .To  PRETTY PRINTS���������  Lot. 1���������25 pieces of pretty  patterns, special value 10c.  ENGLISH PRINTS ���������  Lot 2��������� HO pieces of ibiintv -English  Prints,' exquisite  fabrics,  last, dve,  rJO  inches wide,  newest  patlerns.   1:51c  nrints,  new  shades,  ly sale price   regular price 15c. .Inly sale price   DAINTY GINGHAMS ���������  Lot :j��������� 45 pieces  of Scotch  Ginghams  Another Lot of  Hosiery  at 15c a pair.  Some more of lliose stockings which ci'cited   such  a sensation tlie other week.   Those who were too late  then should be on hand  early   lo   buy from these.  15   doz  only  Ladies' Black Cotton   Hose, fust black  goods, selected from lined lhat  were made  to sell ut  25c a pair; .1 illy sale price...' 15c  25 doz Boys'Bl.tck ltibbed Hose, fast hi.ick, all sizes  from 51 to 7^  7- 25c  Ladies' Sailor Hats.  The sale of 50 pretty sailor hats, nutria med, in white  blue and brown, will cause a sensation, today  they are excellent value at 75c each, July salt: .... .50c  CANYON  WAGON  ROAD  HON. F. C. COTTON AND THE  BOARD OF TRADE.  ANIMATED    DISCUSSION  Shirt Waists.  new sjiades,  regular vulne '-Oc   r.. 15c  now designs, new effect-, fast dye  ' and 25c, .Inly sale price   DIMITIES-  20 pieces Dimity .Muslin. 30 inches wide, fast dy  exquisite) effects, usual price,25c, July sale price.. .20i.  COLORED LAWNS��������� ���������-'"-*'"*"y~ *-*-??" -*���������;-*- ���������..;*���������  15 pieces c-'oliu-ed liuvns, white, pink, cream and bine;  exquisite fabrics uud fast dye, regular price 20c; July  sule price*   nil   /.lac  Hundreds of pretty Shirt AVuis'ls  in cambric nnd percale, regular  value $1.00, July sale pi ice.. .50c  Ladies' dainty "Shirt Waists,  bcaiilifnlly inede in tlie* latest,  "slyles.  regular  value ������1.25, July  ���������ale price.  75c  S)  If You Can't  Call on Us  Ave Avill call on you���������justlet_  us hear from you. Our advertisements are plain facts  plainly stated. . We invite  investigation of them in  any manner.  . B. HUME & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merchants.  Revelstcke,  B.C.  Ladies' Wrappers  at-$1.00.  each.  On sale Monday morning, fifty Indies  line American percale wrappers, cool  und comfortable for summer wear,  carefully sewn nnd finished, good  colors in blnu nud white, pink und  while, green nnd white, mauve und  white. The poorest one in the lot is  sol Pug today at $1.25. -. The, best qualities nre marked at $1.50 each: on  Monday yc'u mny hnve your pick  from the lot for $1.00  Reasonable Prices for Worthy  -Under wear���������:      ������������������-^_-__-__-  Not tho cheap trashy  kinds that will hardly  standwusliing. and nothing in slock that nasgrown  olil;,and" shop worn; all  bright. new gin nieiits.  carefully iiiudeand finished  of Hint ei'i.ils that will bear  the closest inspection. We  nre expei ts nt gathering  guild underwear aiid;kiiow  how to -sell it. cheap.  Ladies' Skirts, white cotton, deep"* umbrella frill,  neallv tucked voke bunds,  each.' ". $1.25  Ladies' Skirts, line white  lotion, yoke bunds and  'Chester tucks, linished  witli deep frill of line embroidery SI.1)0.  Ladies' Gowns, line cotton.  Mother   Hubbnrd  yoke,  insertion across front with frill of embroidery iironud  neck    Hjc  Ladies' Itibbed Vests without   sleeves,   the  15c  kind  July sale price. '.I for    25c  Ludies'.Aproiis, fine lawn, regular 40c value, July sale-  price    25c  Men's S7.50 Serge  Suits for $5.00:  "A rare good chance for the first ton men uho get to  the store on Monday morning. A splendid serge  suit for $5.00 instead of $7.50, our regular price.  - Our groat sale-of remnants will start on. Monda'y  niorirng. Coiiie early to gel. ynu- pick .is they won't  lust long.'    ,  We solicit your orders by mail.. We know you'll  be pleased willi t.lie goods. If not yciu can have yonr  money refunded ns reiidily-ns we received it. Put us  lo the test and see for yoniself.  Summer Furnishings,  fWffU} -  Read over the list of men's  tl?'"*' "ii 'furnishings for summer wear  und yuii'll not find our stock  lucking _ in nny- one thing.  Completeness is one of its  leading features. Combine  that feature witli our reasonable prices mid you'll understand why this is such n  popular men's furnishings  store.  Fine Double Thread Balbriggan Underwear sateen  facings, overlock senilis,-French   neck,   close   weave,  nil sizes, per suit...*; '��������� $1-25  Men's Pique Tics in   graduated   Derby   shnpe, lnlest  patterns (n fancy "figures, full length, \i for '. .25c  Meii"s~Colic>n Stocks, g(iod"'.veight~rcgulnr_vnliie"20c���������(������"  n pair, 2 pairs fur  The Road Will Be Euilt As Soon As  the Board Can Get a Steamer Put on  the River to Give a Regular Service. ���������  Kellie Spends an Uncomfortable Hour.  The special general meeting of the  board of trade held on Saturday afternoon lo meet Hon. F. Carter Cotton  was well ntlonded considering the  shortness of the notice and wns a very  interesting and instructive gathering.  Tliere. were present, besides the distinguished visitor, 11. A. Brown,  president, 0. IS. Shaw, secretary. .1. M.  Kellie, .AI. P. P., II. J. Bourne. (J. F.  Lindniark, ,1. Abrahamson, .1. A.  Stone. B. It. Atkins, W. M. Lawrence,  T. E. L. Taylor, XV. F. Crage. T. 3.  Graham, G. I_. Grogan, .fas. Gill, F. B.  AVells, J. B. Sibbald, T. L. Haig. .1.  D. Molson, Dr. McKechnie unci J. M.  Scott. The meeting wns opened by  the president, who stated Hint, its  object was to discuss thc canyon  wagon road mat ter with Mr. Cotton  und gave a sketch of the negotiations  connected with it up to date. At the  close of his remarks an .���������ininiuled  debate took place between the speaker  nnd Mr. Kellie. who licensed Mr.  Brown of political animus, to which  Mr. Brown replied that so far from  having any political feeling in the  matter life was a staunch supporter of  the present provincial government,  nnd what was more wns not straddling  fence like Mr. Kellie.  Mr, Atkins deprecated the unseemly  squabble started by Mr. Kellie in the  presence of the. visitor und Mr. Cotton  then put the government side of the  case. Ue related the events connected  willi the recent visit of Messrs. Brown  and Bourne to "Victoria'and showed  that tile-government were arranging  on their repieseiitutions to commence  the wagon .rond ut once, but were  stopped by .i message from Air. Kellie  .asking theni' to delay proceedings  until they heard from him, and then  Sir. Genelle presented himself and  stated tlmt he would pot put the bout  on the upper river, which decided the  government, to.hold, tho .mitttC'.i'. unlil  they could be assured that. lhe. expenditure on the road could be of  some practical benefit to the development of the Big' Bend, the necessity of  which to llevelstoke the government  quite recognized.  . In answer lo Mr. Brown.'Mr. Cotton  snid that he had promised Mr. Kellie  lo expend the appropriation made for  the.wagon road - on trails in the Big  Bend, if the road itself was not' built.  An animated debute then followed  in which Messrs. Id. J. Bourne. B. it.  Atkins, T. L. Haig, C. F. Lindniark,  J. D. Sibbald. J. JM. Kellie and T. J.  Graham, took prominent, parts nnd  during the course or wliich Mr. Cotton  was no doubt c iinbled lo gain a full  insight" in to the feeling of the hoard  on the mutter, though nothing particularly-new to our readers came out  till near the, end. ^~  It was in answer to a question from  Mr. Brown to Mi. Bourne thai it tame  out that Mr. Bourne had been interesting himself to try and get. a steamer  put on the upper river hy a local  company, and with that view hud  approached Mr. Kellie und asked him  point blank if lie would try and get  the wagon road finished if this local  company could complete arrangements  to |itil the boat on. Mr. Kellie had  answered bim in the negative and told  him lhat by the time they could get  Iheir bout ready the high wnler would  In; over and there would be no use for  life rond this season anyway, but that  he would be willing to luidertnke to  ask llie government to put another  sum in next, year's estimates for Llie  purpose nf completing the ro.ul.  Mr. Kellie udtiiitted tlie accuracy of  ilr. Bourne's recital of tlie convei.u-  tion between theni.  Mr. Cotton then suid that if llie  board could give guarantees lo tlie  government .such as would satisfy a  bunk or nny other business institution  tliat a boat capable of furnishing a  continuous service would be put mi  the river, he would .answer for it that  the road should be finished.  Mr. Kellie thought this a business  proposition. There would then be no  waste of public money. If the rond  wus built nnd the continuous service  wus not' furnished the promoters of  the steunibonl enterprise would refund  the money.  Mr. Bourne could not. agree with  Air. Kellie ab all us to the guarantee,  which he thought tlie government had  no right to demand! Wns it usual to  demand a'guarantee for every trail in  the conn trv.  Mr. Kellie solemnly assured Mr.  Bourne that there were no trails built  in the district whicli were  not  useful.  A vote of thanks wus then passed to  Mr. Cotton nnd the meeting adjourned.  ._ _ _ t.  .25c  Men's Bicvcle Hose. deep0 roll   topi   iaiuy check and  75c  Trapper Murdered.  Goliie.v. B. C, July 12.���������On Suiiduy  AV. E. Evans, acting  mining recorder  nb Tete J.ime   Cache,    brought into  Donald a man mimed   Jumes  Hughes,  formerly trapping between Edmonton  nnd lhe Yellow   liend  Pass.- Hughes  is charged  with  .attempted   murder���������  for his victim wns not dead  by  latest  accounts, though it seems  impossible  he can   survive.     Hughes   hnd   been  ti lipping at the Cache  in  partnership  witli   it   ni'in   named ' Alexander Mc-  Cuuley     and     quarrelled     over    the.  division of   the   catch. ,- Hughes snys  McCuiiley    threatened' him und  ns-ii  rcsiill on June  l'tth," when  McCauley  wns saddling his horse.  Hughes shot,  him, destroying the right" eye, 'breaking the cheek   bone, and  carrying off  liis lower jaw.    Evans brought in   the  jaw bone witli hiin.    The  bullet  then  passed lhrough McCuuley"s  lung und  lodged  in  his  intestines.    Noyes nnd  party, from  Edmonton,   were on  lbe  way out  when McC.iuley's   wife  signalled them, six days .after llie  shooting,   und   they   sent   for   Price    nud  Evans,   who   placed    Hughes    under  arrest    and     brought   him   out,   the  Edmonton party  accompanying bim.  McCauley   was   still   alive   when  the  parly left.      Hughes   wns  coiimiiued  for trial.    The .accused  i.s  between  50  nnd 00  und   an   American,   and   McCuiiley. who is a quurter breed,   is  29,  McCauley comes from   Prince  FUNERAL OFR: H. BROWN  Pior.cer "of  the   Province   Laid   in His *���������  Last ..Resting Place  Vicliuiu Colonist: There was a very. '  large ullendance yesterday, particularly of. old-fiin'er.-.-, nt the funeral of  the bite It. it. Brown, the British Col-  mnhiu'pioii. Or:-'The cortege proceeded "from his'late levidence' Beacon  Cottnge,. Beacon Hill, to Chi ist, church  cathedral, where services were conducted by tVfe~Kc''v. Canon Beunluuds.  The p.ill-heurel _��������� were all old Cariboo  men. who Inul' known the deceased  dining his'loug resilience in tho province. . They'were: Messrs. E. Pearson. Aid. llumiilirey, .1. P Burgess, ,7.  L. Crimp, John Pierce. A. It. Jo Iin -  ���������Hon. .1. B. "T.oyell and Ralph Borlh- .  wick.     U-       '���������    :���������- '  The casket was fairly buried beneath  beaut if ul floral offerings sent, by thu  following syinpnlhizing friends:  Mrs. Barclay-Martin, wreath; a star  of white  flowers, from   ?tlr.  and  .Mrs.  Henry Young:-'wreath from Mrs. Geo.  Byrnes   and-"daughter;   wreath   from.'  Mr.   Jes.op   n'nd',-Miss   Scott:   Misses  Winkle, a wi-pafh; a wreath  from Air.  C. E.  Itonoiif;,.-a. wreath   from   Mrs.  Donald   and   Miss    Thomas:    wreath,  from   Mi',   nnd, :Mrs.   J.   Pottinger; ;i-  crnss from Mrvan,d Mrs. L. D. AA'inkel;  wreath from Mr.",and  Mrs.   AA7. Broderick; a.  wreath* from   Mr.   and   Mrs."  John   Cbrow:i wreath  from  Mr.  unci  Mrs.  IleVlley .GlirTpinan:   a star from  Mr. anil'Mrs. NciriVinn;   a wreath from'  Mis. E. Tengnerlan, anchor from  Mr.,  and .Mrs. J. F.iHtirac; a  wreath  from'-  Bertha:'a wre.at.l_-from Ladies' Aid  of  St. Jniiic-s B:iy-QIiy.i-ch: u wreath Trom  J. P.'Burgess; u't-mgs from  Mr. John  Graham;   a  liju'ijyi^t  from  Mr. John:  Graham: u.bouqutftCfroni David Hiitne;  wrea'th'fi-orirGa/pOfSid Mrs. Morrison;  basket������of f!h'wp������Si .J'om   Senator aim  *  Mrs.~Tp_nipl}~.~ii"H_"-������i;~.boiiquet from Mr.  and  Airs. Humphrey: a  wreiith .from  Misses'- Agnes -'.-WKKMury  Spenrer:   a  : wreath from ''Capt.-.nnd  Mrs.   McCulloch;'a  bouquet.froin Loo  Sain;   Mr",  nnd .'.Mi:5��������� Pngp.^a.^.wreuth:    Mr.  audi  Mrs.���������Bu..ler. iwwwgji-h: Mrs. AlrCOnni'ri  a   wreutbi.cTOVs'xfioin   -Mrs.  Schwen-  gers-v wj-p.iVjrrfij^jijHt' Sydney    House;"  wTenth'-fi'mii^ _y,rT-_-;nnd   Mrs.   E.-  C.  Welch;'$i"oncju������t~iJr. and Mrs.  J.  AA7.  Chun;h-.,{bou"que.ty3r." und  Mrs., G. L.;  Milne; Alr^and-Mrs/Giossaii,  a"cross;.  Mr. and Mrs.  Spratt,  bouquet;   A. B..  Johnston, a'wrfalh-; Mr.  and  Mrs.* J.  Albert.  D. BallnntynerNi  bouquet;   a .wreath  from' Mrs..-J'/l>.- 'Bryant;, ajwuquet..  from Mr. and'Mi-s.'T.'.B. L"oveli;~ unci a"  _ j,- . -j   '    -      -  -  wreath from the" widow. * :  r '    f      -'���������'���������'J: .- 7  A Sociable Event to Look Forward To.  Don't- forgc_-~the'-garden party on  Mrs.:; Coursier's- ��������� lawn .tomorrow,  Thui-sdi.i^Jiil.sV^qth.jitSp. m.    . .-.  Tlie Brass Band' will be -in  atl?nd--'  mice nnd tlierii.wiil be?plenty, of music!  of a   varied, nature '.both   vocal and.  iiistrniiien'tul.^piaiio.    violin,     banjo,  guitar, elc.    s  -~������-   j  .  The -'Swiss^jlinstrels,*' will . also,  fivor the?uutlience:with a number of  vocal selections. Jf. ' "_ '    - ���������  ^There   will "bp "'at tractive    refreshment     bombs '/presided - over    by   a ���������  number  of   lievelstoke's  pietly  girls  nnd the ladies in' charge  of the affair'-*  nre urrnugiiig't"Oi-'n genernl good time.-  The proceeds^vill be devoted to  the-  cxpenses of. thei kindergarten  school.',  in_ii__iniiJ~-"'"*l-":",~r~"  ashmen; feet.  plain pattern's, light tas  Men's   line   Scotch   Zephyr   Shirls,  neglige   bosom,  luiindried neck and bunds, detached collars and cull's,  regular value $1.50, July sule price, each $1.00  Men's   Cotton   Niglit,   Holies,   collar attached, made  wilh pocket, large size bodies, all sizes ..' 00c  Screens for Doors  and Windows.  Didn't dure say much nbout them because we found  hard-work to   keep   pice,   with   thu  ileinni.d.    This  morning a fresh lot will be lendy ut these prices��������� ,  Screen Dooi-c, stained, sizes 2 feet 10 inches Iiy  (J  feet  10 inches    ftl-^'}  Ad jitstuble Window Screens, all sizes $l._o  Siik Gloves   ,^  at 25c a pair.  Some of onr 35c nnd 50c summer gloves will bu cleared  out on Monday morning at twenty-live cents a pair.  Thev un- made "of heavy Milanese silk, colors, Inns,  ull sizes for ladies. -11  Camping* Groceries.  Before leaving on yonr (���������.���������imping expedition come  and consult us about the enables you'll require.  AVe cun be very helptul to you .and save you money  ns well. When nwny from Uu; city be free lo order  from us by mail: we will attend to your order  promptly nnd carefully.  I  I  &������������������.  %  1  rS/i  *&  SB  I  $  7rC--i  <ts:  -V>-  gg������g^j&*������_������g^^  consult ths price  list of;;  onsumers  olesale ^upfily"���������? .$tbre  WHEN YOU WANT TO BUY CHOICE  _t_3EZ_E_KN_N_n  GROCERIES  iWwwww^VWW* 7*.������w*lNr������yr*������w.r*^^  <s>3XS������������_-sX_������)������WS>S^^ S������S������S������  IS* -   ;  By consulting this list, housekeepers |wec������ny .. complete stock ,.r-.> ���������. '.' .,  will see -whether they   are   paving tool    STAPLE AND FANCY .GROCERIES,,  much for their supplies,   so it  is Avorth '-g  whilo having this list in  the house as %  it will  SAVE MONEY  FOR  YOU.  Send   us  your address  and we  mail you a copy of this list, which Avill $  show you*Avhat  the  hest  of goods are  honestly worth.  i  <s)  Willg  TEAS, COFFEES, SPICES, DRIED  FRUITS, FLOUR AND . FEED,  MINERS' AND .PROSPECTORS'  SUPPLIES, CHOICE .CREAMERY  BUTTER, CHEESE, FRESH   ECJGS.  * .i.-Special quotations given on large-"^T.*  quantities. Estimates furnished ��������� .U.1  promptly. Special attention given -_/-  to large* orders for the entire sup- ���������-���������-'.  plies for hotels, boarding houses, >-J;  camps and mines. -"f  Mail OrdersPromptly Attended To.  <  THEE. APPLETON Company,-   REVELSTOKE, B. O  ^  msmm^m^^w^ms^m^^'Smi  ���������^m%^m^$%v&&m Revelstoke   Herald  Published ta lntereita'o  KrvelF-oke.   L������rdi an, Bis Bend, Trout Lake  Wlclllrwiot, Albert Canyon, Jordau  Hu ������ua t*sie ������"ms Districts.  JOHNSON.  .P!"oprletor  ��������� deal-Weekly Journal, published In the  latere*!* et Ke. elatoke and the surrounding  dnriet, W������d_e������rf__ i nnd daturdai 8, making  deaest eanneetiont wilh ell trains.     _ . _  >dT������rU������ln������ Kates: Display ode, Sl.fiO per  tofa__.l_a-.I2.uO per loch wk������mln_erte<i<~n title  mm- __������al ail*. ISo per (nonpareil) line for  ttrei ti<Mr_oa; te (or esoh addlllonitUutullon.  Rea__~g Belioee, lie per U_e*ac_iau������. Bi~th,  ^vmnaBi I*e_t_. aoliws, free. ��������� ���������.  Sab____i_rti_.tl.___ K_tat: By mail or carrier. J2.JJ0  per annul ; 91.V toi ox months, euictiy lo  war Job Department: ��������� Iim J_._J_At.~~> Job  Department b" one ot tha beat equipped  arLnthrt ofioea in We������i Kootenay, *nd In prepared Ji execute all kinds of printing In. tlrat  ���������law atyle at honest prieea. One price to all.  Sfo Job too large���������none too inmll���������for u������. Mall  ' e-4er������ promptly attended to. Give ua a trial  eajronrnen order.  ToOunetpondenta: "We tni ��������� oorreipond-  e_������* tm any subject of interest to tho general  cublle, aad desire a rellablt rognlar cones-  pondeet in every local]' surrounding  KcTaWtoke. In ail eases the bona fide u__i_  o' the writer mnet accompany manuecript, but  rot aseewarily fr publication.  Aedrass all commualoations  BEVEL8TOKE HERALD  ���������8TICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  A BLOT ON THE COUNTRY  Indland Head Vidottc: Wo last  week saw a letter Bent to a New  Brunswick party who was making enquiries of friends lu thin country  about ccrtnin districts. Ono of the  districts ho enquired about was Edmonton,  and  the  North AVest  friend  in old setlor in thin country���������advised him not lo go near Edmonton  because that district was flooded with  Galicians,  Thero have been thousands of  tlioso sent out to this country and it  la hard to determine what the result  has already been . It i.s positively  certain that these Galiclana aro not  oa attraction to' tho Anglo-Sajcon ar.d  that theso latter will not como here  more readily because of the knowledge that Galicians nre to be his  neighbors. These letters, sont out  by residents here, are the most effective way of stopping doslrable immigration just as a good letter is the  best thing to induco it. Thero is  only one way to produce the letter  whicli would urge others to come and  thot is by creating congenial nnd good  .surroundings for those already here.  To do this wo must stop Galiclun immigration.  An Engineer's Story  1. All isyondenee    must   be    legibly  irrltteu oa   a  ..do of the papor only. .  I. Oorreepc idence eontainlnK personal  matter mus-  be ataned wilh t_e pr per name  * Z. "onespoadenee -with reference to any  .Man that haa appeared In another paper  must first be offered for publication to that  aer before it caaaiptsr in "tun HiK-iD"  ABOUT ADVERTISING  Culling,  from   the  Best   Mediums in  the Ad.  World  THE  COMMISSIONERS  LAKE  AT   SLAVE  Qvor in the lounging room for tho  trainmen at tho terminus of onc of tho  trunk linos in .Torsoy City several  trainmen wero exchanging storlos of  hairhreath escapes, fast rides, and  instances of presonco of mind, whilo  wuitlng to be summoned to their duties, says tho Now York Sun. Finally  it came the turn of a, small, gray-  haired, keen-eyed num.  "AVoll, yes," he said, taking a chew  of his neighbor'- lobacco. "I had  one excltin' trip. It was long hack  in \SS, beforo the coming ot" thoso  double-cabbed Mother Hubbard en-  jlnes on which, if you want to speak  to the fireman, you havo to stop at a  telegraph station 'n' send him a mes-  sngo or else slap the air ovor in tho  'morgency notch 'n' bring him up to  you whether he wants lo come or not.  Nover did like these pesty double-  deckers. L was doing stunts on the  COT���������a good old mogawl she wore, too.  Just out the shop, whero she'd beon  overhauled .'n' had the air brakes put  on her.  I left the other end of the division  on a trip right after payday 'n' my  regular fireman had reported ill.     I'd  Halfbroeds   Hcfusc    to     Take    Scrip  Unless   it AVas  Payable  to  Bearer  The great business men of the country try to create business; they would  have a sorry time oft It if they were  hunting only the customers who  wanted their wares. They teach men  the advantage of using'their wares,  the 'profit there is in adopting modern methods. They put men on tho  road to fortune. This is the mission of live, virile advertising. It  leads the people to higher civilization.  A writer in Printer's Ink says: I  have noticed time and again the iron  work of thc sidewalks ln front of elegant windows full of silks' and fine  goods, which were badly rusted from  water lying upon them. The store  manager should harve . his attention  called to the fact that thoy Injure thc  general beauty and effectiveness of the  test window display that'ean be got  up. Paint, or rust proof preparation  of eome kind, would -prevent rust from  garnering, I would suppose.  The conditions q_,-.Hfo are. always  changing, and ad'1-\."method_ should  vary too. Most peoplo appreciate variety If wisely offered.���������Fame.  A good catchllne'y.s- often half thc  battlo. '���������&-?������'  ''"  Thero Isn't a good>a!dvcrtising rule  that le riot occasionally a .bad. udver-  itsing rule.  Tho best thing in "an ad is specific  information about the article advertised. - - ' -       .        ���������     .  Printers" Ink:-' Thc "newspaper i.~;  Itkely to become constantly a better  medium, for every -year, tho ^number  of readers of lt Increases:     ���������_'*    -  Clothiers' and .'Ha.ordashcra' "Weekly: Tho firms that-have, in'a few  years risen'from, small'beglnnlngs to  affluence have generally-, done so by  the aid of judicloua'-advertiBlng from  the very commencement" ot their enterprise.  Boyce'B Hustler: In* Great Britain  there ie no such thing as seond class  matter. Papers .are sold by newsstands. A.-������ the law requires a'halfpenny, or ono cent of our money on  every paper, this "kills *.-subscriptions  and Bamplc copies, and-is one of the  reasons that there is practically no  mall order business there.   *"  Sacramento Bee.: .There la no business thai can not be benefited by ju-'  dlclous advertising, and there Is none  that may not waste money, by poor  u&e of space.  Chicago Grocer:*-   "I. thought peoplo  didn't notice your ad.".sald'tho editor,  -uey  didn't seetn to.V answered the  merchant, "until I took It oiit."  Indianapolis Journal:" - "By tho way"  asked the slow boarder, "has any one  ever found ou~t what Kiplftig meant  by "Adam-zad?*" "Adam's'"ad, " said  the Cheerful Idiot, "was for a home-  for a couple Just beginning ���������housekeeping."  PresB and Printer: It is better to  advertise two inches every, day than  four inches every other day. Tho  public must be constantly Teminded  of yonr wares. _ *  Agricultural advertising: The most   c_p.ens_ixo.t_of^all.-__adyertlBlng_ js .that  f meanwhile doin' t_o ragtime down  that hill. Thing? was gcttln' rather  jexcitin', as there was likely to bo  ; something ahead of us, "n at the foot  of tho hill was another water-plug.  It was a branch station thero 'tt' the  Injuns were swltchin' thero at all  times. If wo over hit any thin' at  that rate of epoed 1 don't, think Joe  Hoffman or any of ub would ever got  in a church but onco again, 'n' that  would he ahead of thc mourners. I  couldn't dopond oa the train crew  to do anythln' as you know a crew  ou these fast freights draw their pay  for sleepln' and playln' pinochle iu  tho  caboose  durln' trips.  "We flashed by a station lu~.lf.wuy  down the hill, soin' so fast thnt T  .thought as- how the despatchor In  Jersey City would giggle with delight If he saw what good time that  perishable freight was makin' toward Chicago. I racked my brain to  think what to do. As the light ot  lhat station flashed through tho cub  I spied tho engineer's valve of tho air  brako. I figured as how I could reach  lt with my right foot, usin' my toe  as a hook 'n' jerk the valve 'round  to the 'mergency notch 'n' stop that  train with a. hang that would make  Joe Hoffman 'n' his crew in that  caboose think wo'cl struck a stone  wall. I wriggled 'u' got my leg loose  from under Conroy 'n' with a mighty  effort givo him a raise 'n' kicked out  that  valve.   As   luck   would   havo   it  FI^EOIOOD  I have turned my wood business ov&r to  J. O. Hutchison,  Who should fill orders on the samc terms  I advertised last week.  F**ed   Robinson  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  WHITE, GWILX.I M & SCOTT.  Barristers,  Solicitors, Notaries Public.  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J.  M.  Scott, B.A..  Q. C.                                     L. L.  B.   F. L. Gwllllm.   HARVEY & McCARTER  IMPERIL   BW  ���������~QF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,Q0R,DDF  Heserve     ....   1,300,00-  Diroctors:  H. S. Howland   President  T.B.Merritt,"Vico ProB., (St.Cathai  William Kamsay, Robert Jatfvu.y,  Hugh Ryan,  T. Sutherland St*> tier  Eliab Rogers.  D. R, Wilkie, General Manager.  BraBO_.ee  North West and British Columbia  seen him the night before'n'ho looked   _    __     ^          w ^  rather weak 'n' tjreiLV I thought he j my "root just "caught UioVal'vo'on" tlie  "~     " rebound   'n'  jerked  it.  around   in   the  Edmonton Bulletin: AI. McCauley.  M. L. A., and G. R. F. Kirkpatrick  returned last week from lesser Slave  lake, where they had been during the  treaty and scrip negotiations. On th���������?  way out they met Chalmer's surveying and road improving party at work  in the Swan hills. The road is being  greatly  improved.  tA the lako a large amount of scrip  was   bought.    The    intention   of   the  government  and   commissioners    had  been to issuo the scrip surrounded by  as many precautions against transfer  as possible, and to make it necessary  to execute  an  assignment before  the  scrip  could   be registered.    For  scrip  in  this  form  thc   buyers  refused    to  pay   more   than   $30   or  $40,  and   the  halfbreeds therefore promptly refused  to accept it unless it was made payable   to  bearer and   readily  transferable.    Messrs Walker and Cote, after  looking the matter up and consulting  with   tho   treaty   commissioners,    decided that they had authority to alter  the  scrip  and   make      il  payable  to  bearer, which tliey did.   This was acceptable to  the  half  breeds  and  the  scrip  was   issued   and   sold   for  from  $S0 to $105.   This was cash scrip.   The  policy  of surrounding the,scrip  with  all  possible precatutions, and making  it difficult to negotiate���������with a view-  to protecting the halfbreed  grantee���������  is having exactly the opposite effect.  Thc   more   cliflicull   it.   in   to   handle  and  the more chances tho purchaser  haa   Ui   take,   the   less,   naturally  he  will   offer   for   it.     For   this   reason  land  scrip,  tho transfer   ot which   is  rendered     difiicult     hy  tho  technical  formalities with yhich il, ia surrounded, is practically valueless to   the half  breeds,  who    can    get no   purchaser.  Only four laud  scrips were issued at  Lesser Slave lako and these were returned to ho exchanged for cash scrip.  Were  thc  land  scrip as easily transferred  as tho cash scrip it would be  worth a deal more to tho latter.  Messrs McCauley and Kirkpatrick  wero suprised at tho civilized and  well to do appearance of the Indians  at the lake. Not a blanket or shawl  was to bo seen.  had been taken ill. They used to have  a great trick doing that after they  got tlieir mon. 1 had a fellow hy tho  name of Conroy in his place, 'n' we  hadn't, got along very far 'fore I camo  to the conclusion that ho was a mite  nuclei- tho weather, too, 'n' he couldn't  make iho old G07 steam nohow. The  outcome of it was that we laid down  several times on the trip in 'n* barely  caught the steamer with our  freight. Old Nuthcad, the  despaicher, he mado me walk tho  carpet, 'n' said if l didn't do better  than that he'd drop me hack on coal  again. I hadn't been running fast  freight very lonp; 'n' I left him feeling  rather testy, but I didn't say anything 'bout Conroy, as I thoug'it Unit  during our lay over in this end he'd  kinder pound his ear 'n' slv.n off the  booze 'n' bo all right  ~;oi'ig back.  "AVo calught train 79 for the return,  trip with about Vi cars* perishable  stuff for Chicago wliich were rigged  up  with tlie  air,  which  was a party  'mergency,   'n'   say.  you   would   haro  thought wo  had  heen  lassoed.      The  jek  broke our' holts,  'n* Conroy staggered  to  his feet,  backward through  tho back cab door and rolled off tho  tank.       'N'   that  ended   his   railroad  career witnout auy special assistance  from   nie.  "Hoffman   came   running   up   from  export,tilc caboose.where he had stopped, 'n'  onjme  yelled  to me.    'Well, dash yer, what-  cher     stoppin'   hero   for?   Can't   yer  keep  steam  'nuf  to   drng  'cm  down  hill?'  " 'Oh,' 1 said. 'Conroy. my fireman, has got a sick sister llvin'  back up here in thc woods, 'n' I  guess he's gone to see how she is.'  "AVe went hack and picked Conroy  up. j ns skull had been fractured by  strikin' a mile post, 'n' they put his  body in the caboose 'n' I got another  fireman at uie'water-plug 'n' we went  in on time."  Just then the call hoy came in and  Barristers,  Solicitors, Ktc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Ofllces:      Molsons  Bank Block.  First Street, Revelstoko Station, B. C.  J. W. Cross, M. D.  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Hlrnthcona  Pottage la  Prairie  Prince Albert.  "Vancouvei  Wmuipeg  Revelntoke  Nelson, B.  Esnex  Fergus  Gait  Insrprdoll  Listowell  St. Thomas  Toronto  Wellu,nd  Woodntock  Hamilton  omce:   Taylor   Block, Miicksniiic  nevulsloke.  Kuriie.oii to tlio C.l'.K  Hen tli otneur. City of Kevo'sto c  Avenue,  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN.  Oflice  and  Residence   two  doors  east  of Cowan Block.  Third  Street, Centre.  Night and day calls attended to.  Telephone connection.   good string of airbrake cars for those yelled,   "Stafford,   they  want you  fer  train 81," and taking a farewell chew  of tobacco, he left.  clays, 'n' about 15 scabs without air  I was thinkin' what a stop you could  make on short notice with them, 'n'  how you could turn things over in the  caboose. Old Joe Hoffman was our j  conductor  swear  things client come nis wav. (Velth ,md Blu.Iand for tho nondelivery  "We hadn't moved     out     very farjof a pack  train  to  Telegraph  Creen  j    Judgment  has   been  given   at, Vic-  ictor, 'n' he w-as an awful man to toria , favor *ot Ule pft,aintiff> Burd,  r n cut up high jinks if every- fol. $4g00 ,n an t| brought against  ;s didnt come his way. Iv__,,-f_ _* t������_���������._���������.i *_��������� *v,��������� ������ ���������,(���������?(������������������...,  along the meaders when I saw as how Kvuuin  a specifiod  time.  I'd have to do some tall flgurin' to get      Hamilton   Herald:     FIBuuuB     _-������  the train in on time      boon's we'd get Martln 0URilt to ������������������ happy notw. After  to a little grace Id drop her down a fiRhtin    aj",  tho cnem5es  of the  Brit.  nn.pn    np   tiivi      n      t__i_r������M    L-ir-L- ttn    lifii*  .. ^-    . .  . ...  or  tho  warm Avcather.    Wc  have some very nice lines  in these goods.  .  .HJIR,R,Y   E DWORDS  Taxidermist.  DKKU HEADS.  BIHIXS, ANIMALS, ETC.  Preserved and mounted,  Thira St. East of Schoolhouse  ighting    Joe  notch or two n she d kick uphcr~jsll Columl;ia government, in which  heels 'n lay right down lor want ofjhc ,is attorney genoral, he is now  _.���������,!       r���������m.   ,_,_���������_.,_   nf ���������    siccpin^forccrt t0  fight the government Itself.  C.   P.  Ij.  Fowler,      agent  at Great  THE PRISONER  Oh' TIIE VATICAN  AMewed from the human standpoint,  nothing can bo more joyless than the  dally life of the Roman pontiff at the  present day. The era. of magnificence of pageantry for . the Roman  court, has ��������� forever passeel away. Extreme austerity, at least outwardly,  distinjiniishes the dwellers in the Arati-  can. Tho atmosphere there is gloomy  and chill. The pope lives alone; no  ono shares witli him even a meal. A'  walk In the garden attached to the  palace has for years been the only  source of relaxation for him. who.  while styling himself The AMceregent  of Christ is nevertheless, hy his own  volition The Prisoner of the Vatican.  ���������From' Self   Culture,   for   July.  wind.      Conroy,  instead  of  whilo off  duty,  had gone out 'n' put  on somo iinishin' touches 'n' made it  worse. *��������� 4  "A^ou can just guess I was mad  clean through, 'n' I thought-to myself  as how I would get Conroy about 30  days in .whicli to rest 'n' p'raps end  his little rail road In' career soon's wo  got. home again. AVhen wo got. to the  first waterin' tank, about -10 miles out.  we hud used up just two hours 'n' 10  minutes. The regular runnin' time  was only un hour 'n' -15 minutes, so  you see wo'il lost 30 minutes on 40  miles almost level 'n' witli a light  train. Tho outlook was that wo  would never make tho heavier {.nides  on tlio western ond unless Conroy  took a brace. While. I was oilln'  around Hoffman came running up  cussin' like ono mad 'n' says*.  "Blankcty, blink, blank you. what  tho blank's matter widJerV I wauter  Kit homo in time for church Sunday.  Here's a message from Jersey which  says if how yer don't hurry up they'll  lako yer off hero at the next pliiK 'n'  give us a respectable man.'  V'As this was only about midnight  Tuesday niKht his speech got ray  dander up 'n' I told him As how he 'n',  Jersey could both go where asbeslos  clothing is a. boon, 'n' the broiling  sun never sets. Bul I climbed up on  the tank 'n' maybe I didn't give that  fireman a sitiin' out-  '* 'You long, lanky blunderbuss. I'll  report you soon's we git in, or my  name ain't John Stafford."  Hon. Edgar Dewdney has returned  to Victoria from England.  Hon. AV. B. Ives, a former minister  of trade and commerce, is dangerously  ill  in  Ottawa.  A   _0xS0 lot,  corner '    Queen  Falls of the Alberta Railway & Goal  company, met with a serious accident  last week owing to the breaking of  an axle on an electric railway tricycle: Though at first his life was  despaired of, ho is now out of danger.  'Negotiations which will probably be  soon brought to a successful close, aro  pending for ,tho salo of tho Majostlc  mine to the Duncan Mines, Limited.  John Miles," of Nelson, ownes a three-'  quarter interest in the property, tho  price of which is said to he In the  neighborhood of $25,000.  A dozen Cunadiun made pianos are  now on the wharf at Vancouver  awaiting shipment to Australia. This  is tho third lot shipped from Canada  this year. It fs'said that the instruments are far superior to tho European product and have nlveady secured a largo demand in the country  of  the  kangaroos.  Jno. Houstou, editor of tho Noison  Tribune laconically remarks that:  "Rufus A. Kimpton ,ot' "Windermere,  is in Nelson on his way homo from a  visit to Trail and Rossland. - Jlr.  Kimpton says that his section of  Ea.st Kootenay is going io be onc of  tho best mining districts in tho province: but then he predicted, away  back in 1RSS, that the writer of these  few lines would make' much money if  he would only embark in tho newspaper  business .at  Donald."  D.  AV.   Moore,    ore  buyer   for    tho  A"good servicable Ladies'  Wrapper in mestly light colors  well Avorth $1.00 for 75c  loot'.'^L^n^''"  reiJi-oachful} Traj, fc,:.efle    has aolfl a*hal������ intercgt  l??\ t,Zy������������������? ?1���������*U*IUA^  ������������-  '-ho   Ocean     mineral     claim,    on  .week-for_?101,000.-  got oat with, the sole view of cheapness.  Philadelphia Bulletin-.  "That spiritualist woman seems to mate money."  "Of course.    She's w^at they call    'a ;    Hon. David Mills has  introduced  a  good advertising medium.*' " j courts to tho Supreme court of  Brit-  Printer's Ink:    Perhaps the pictures ibill  permitting appeals "from Yukon  of  the  girl  on  the bicycle'iti  a'dver- jish Columbia.  tisements  will   now ',bo  succeeded  by f   The  Toronto AVorld  says that    the  the girl   sitting''   comfprtahly   In 'an I Grit members at Ottawa are signing  automobile. '-   '  ---���������������������������-      ������������������  Advertising World  As I turned to put ihe oil can in thc  box I spied a bottle of whiskey. I  grabbed that bottle 'n' turned round  to Conroy. 'Aha;* I says, 'so this is  . !the' cause oi our gaspin' for breatn  anc {every fivo minuics. is it? AVell, 1-r-re  she goes,', 'n' I plugged that bottle  rover -on���������the   Lracl~r~"a~nd -broke"* it. hi toi ln(,n  Don't claim too  much in your ad. " Talk'clearly and  interestingly as 'possible about the  good qualities of your goods. Talk  exactly as you would to 3 customer  before you. Tell of the endeavors you  make to have your stock ' ttio best.  Even tell, If you will, why you claim  your store or rtock tbe best. Tell facts,  quote prices, an'l let the buyer judge  whether or not your claims are logical. But don't claim it all. You  won't be believed anyway.  a round robin. The Hamilton Spectator cays that's nothing. These  fellows are round robbin' every day.  AAr. F. Luxion, formerly editor of tho  Free Press, is reported to be making  a success of the busiuess management of the St. Paul Globe, which is  going rapidly ahead under his management.  The Kdmonton  Advertiser says that  thn  report  lhat  AVedncsday's       north  The Lardo-Duncan district is still  attracting considerable <attcnlloi],pros-  pctors arc- rushing in from all pan*  uf the country, tho thro.; towns. 'Duncan City, Argenta anil I-ardo. ave on-  Joylng c--it*.- a- boom. ri"W buljdings  being put up as ingt a _ materiiLi 'an  Le had. Th" new owners of ihf> Dati-  noekburn group ict.-nd to put a. force-  of -men at work :n iuic- opvnlag up  lhat property.  The Dominion government has  finally decided to allow the present,  contract for carrying the ocean1 mails  to eiplre at the end of this wee"k. Thc  minister declined" to -renew tho. contract, claiming tbat -tho service nt  present waa not as gooel as tin? gov-  n-nm.nt would like and for th<\ i.tmo  beimr any. boat that stilted wnoM be  used for .the malls. The last lf.at in  fulfilment -of the e_i_ting crmtract  sailed from Liverpool 02 Saturday.  Ju 3. H__e, brother of D. D.'_'___,  has beon awarded a. contract ~Tor zh������  grading <jf 10 miles on tha Rainv  River railway in tho neighborhood of  Lake Shehandowan. He for "farcied s  number of men and three .are of aup  pli������B to the-front. ' this v.-o ���������.*.-. Ms.  Johnston*, oi * Parry Sound, h__ been  awarded the contract for clearing the  right of way on the railway. Thero  aro now 400 men employed -along the  work and It is expected' '.hit a similar  a<!_ltio__d nnmber will bo iMt on  within, tit. ������_xt two tct._i������. ������������������  but. I let her go.  "AVe got started aaain 'n' walked  away up the hill from the tank as  easy as Willie Bryan makes a. nice,  long speech. :n' ! noticed an improvement in the steam guage right away,  'n' I *immenced to let 'er out at once  to make up for lost time. It was  puny good, even goin' then for  about 20 miles, then up an incline of  about three miles 'n' down tho mountain side 12 miles. AVhon wo struck  the top of that. 12 mile hill I kept her  wide open for about half a mile to  give ns a. grind start down the hill 'n'  then shut her off 'n' let 'em buzz,,  "The old i>07 was :i stem-winder,  with   .-1.  boilf-r  runnin'   right   through  1h<:   a:r  Payne mountain, in the Slocan district, to A. B. Rand of New Westminster, for S 10.000. with a cash payment  of $500. the balance to be paid in Instalments in onc, three and six  months. ' Mr. Rand owned the other  half.interch, ..will.place .-.force of.40_  ?t w'ork on development. "The  tuated about 1000 feet  ne mine, and has 100  ng done on it. Assays  from the lead give good values in  silver and lead.  Those pessimistically, inclined persons who imagine, and declare, that  religion is losing its hold upon the  rising generation will not find evidence in support of their view if they  consider the growth and enthusiasm  of the Christian Endeavor Socioty and  othtjr young people's" associations. At  what other period of the world's his-.,  tory was it possible to gather 20,000'  young men and women to a religious  convention such as that, recently held  at Detroit? Religion may not bo  making th" advances its friond si desire,  but It is e-rtnlnly not losing ground  on  this,  continent.  Favorable returns havo been  receiv  train  was      held      up by mosquitoes the'e.-ib to'th" backi'divMin' th.'n'r'.  between   Red   Deer and Strathcona. is    mail  aru!   ,.nCrine0I...s   ei,if>  repudiated as discreditable      to     tho brako   v_ive   wis  mosquitoes. holler,  so's   you   cou  Justices Street.      und   Meredi-'j.  fhe 'n' handy while settln' on th" seat   1  shine properties in the I.ardo district,  rota judges  who      tried   th".      South no more'n shut, her off when a shti'l- ; n',u:s''   -"n!"'"-**.   together   with   the  ad-  Perth election protest, have given  out. their judgment on the point re  s'-rved in the recent, trial in iit ral-  ford, and th". effect of their eriiirn li  to absolutely confirm Air. Mo.-i:'i'.h is  Conservative member I'or the cou-  siiiuoncy.  The vensailonal devr-lopnieiits in tho  I-arin murder caso canned by t.he arrest.-of the servant girl, Emily Hilda  Clarke, for the murder of Mrs. Robert  Lane, wns followed by the preliminary  trial beforo Stipendiary Magistrate  Campbell at Brandon Monday. As the  wretylied girl had confessed to the  crime the trial was very brief, the  prisoner after the reading of the in-  dictmcnl.  on  being  asked   if sho  had  placed   on   top   th'-  *"' from " shipment of some 1K0 tons  ould'reach   rt good lof oro from the Sliver Cup and  Sun-  joining claim.-", are the property of  the Sunshine. Limited, .__. subsidiary  company of th" Lillooet, Fraser River  anything to say. rose 10 her feet, and jgalnin' headway down lhat hill 'n'  sai'l: "Ycf, I am guilty and deserve '*',���������" were fairly 'Azzlin', thc old mog-  the cevtrest punishment you can givo awl swayin' to "n" fro as wv> swung  mo. That':! all." Bvidonco was ;around turns. The space hetween  given substantially ar has been re- ;tho boilor 'n> the sido ot the cat was  ported. Tho woman wno was a ser- jso narrer I couldn't turn Conroy off  vant in the Lane household for some mo 'n' T didn't daro let loose of him  time, in confessing hor crime admitted |for fear that he'd get bold of my  that sho had  told a false story when I throat.    Ho  was    so    (-raZorl   by  tho  dor fell over my shoulder, 'n' I looked  back quick  "n" Conroy sprung on 111".  "'Vou dirty blackguard!' he]  .screamed. 'I'll teach vou to chuck".-"1'- c-'ariboo Hold Folds, limited, of  my boozr- overboard. Report m" irf lI-������"''''*-n, England. The News-Advc-r-  li.? A'ou dirtv rag. Sur. "n you'll "i,i''*r ii! informed that the company  never live to s"o tho super again* .nas just wived from th" Trail smelt-  "A.< h" leapt on me It took rn"<--r lhf" BUm of ^.918.31." being the  back s*o that before I could do any- iProcecils of the shipment, after de-  thing he grabbccPme bv the shoulder 1 '-'"ction of freight, treatment and  'n' I fell backward alongside the boll- i'Uny charges. One car load of the  er, my head on the front, doorsill of ore oamo from the Sunshine claim and  the cab, my back on the floor an'  Conroy on top of me. Although I  wss partly stunned by the fall I had  mind enough left, lo get my arms  around him 'n' hug him close to nie.  "All  this  while Mt- train   had  been  she stated that the tramp had committed the crime. She eays that sho  had no intention of killing Mrs. Lane  having bought the revolver ln AVinnipeg for the purpose of killing herself,  but sho stated that she grew insanely  jealous of Mrs. Lane's lovo for the  children, and EllOt her. not krio"~cicg  . what sho di'd.  liquor that he'd drunk 'n' hlfi cravln  for moro that there was no rnanonin'  with him. He was to big 'n' heavy  that I couldn't do much with him  tho way we lay, my back flat on the  floor, hemmed in by the side of tho  cab on one side and the boiler on  t2io other,  V J. huggin'  him liko a  the balance from the Silver Cup. It  will be seen that these two claims  maintain their reputation ih the producers of high  grade ore.  Toronto Telegram: Canadians must  be a great, deal better than Uritish  oarsmen befor-" th.y can expect. to  bc-at the latter on Brit!3h wators.  After a. content, f-hich was anybody's  race from start to _nl?h. tho Argonaut  eight was beaten by half a, length. The  result indicates that the Argonauts  aro Inferior oarsmen, but 7ct, handicap tho conquerors with tho difference  in climate and distance travelled by  tho Canadians and the Argonauts  would probably win in Canada. This  probability does not take the edge off  tho Argonauts' defeat on the good old  Thames, but tha truth remains that a  stranger crew htta a handicap to carry,  and must, bn very much bettor than Its  nativo rivals hojoro It enn rarry that  long lost brother, the cars behind us 'handicap to' vic'toTy.  A better line in dark  grounds, fancy patterns, Avaist  lined, worth $1.50 for $1.20.  .Our Leader mostly cardinal and navy blue grounds,  good washing prints, worth  $1.85 for $1.50.  'THE DELINEATOR"  for August just received.  M HUDSON'S BAY STORES'  CALGARY  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line.  ���������   ��������� ��������� ���������  World's Pictorial Route  EAST    -   -   -    WEST  IMPERIAL.   LIMITED  New. Fast  Daily Service  ' '-���������BETWEEN���������  Atlantic and Pacific  First class sleepers on all trains  Touiist Cars pass Kevelstoko dailv,  for St. Paul. Thursdays for Alontreal-  mid I3oston; Tuesdays and Saturdavs  for Toronto,.        .  Improved connecting service to and  from^Kooieriay countiy  REVELSTOKE TO  Toronto  711 hours   Montreal SH hours  New-York 05 hours- Winnipeg 39 hours  15 t*2 hours  REVELSTOKE   TO COAST  151-2 hours  east       DAILY TRAINS        west  ���������t.aOKArr   .Kevelstoke       Arr 521.20'K*  4.15KLv " '    ������      .Lv   21.35K  To and From Ko'~ tenay'Poinls  o.OOKLv       Revelstoke       ArriJLOOK  ONTARIO.  Niagara FallB  Port Colborne  Rat Portage  Sault St. Marie"  St, Catharines  Montreal, Quebec.  SavingB Bank Department���������Deposite  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, otc  Gold Purchased  This Bank Issues Speolal Receipts  which will be accounted fop at any of  the Hudson's Bay Co's Posts ln the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoko B ran eh  /*&: WALL ^ri  Papers  Gilts, InijtriiiiiK.   Micas,  K'_-  busscd Gills, nml burden .)!'  alldcjcrliitioiis.  'The I'hcaprdt anil bent stock of  WALIiPAl'EltS in lhe city.  Liberal  ilisruiints  iclven   on ������������������  '    all cush orders. \  I   deal   only    In    W A l, I.  V A I" K H S   nnil solicit aa  Inspection of my stock.  .  W.& Bipney  J"\eK,E.NziE JIVE. '  n ro  Tliere are more reasons  than one why >the  Hudson's  Grocery  Department  receives    such    lavish  praise from the people,  pnt this is mostly- due  to the excellent quality  of the goods dealt in.  Today your attention is  drawn to the following :  Pare Maple Syrup in Tina,  McLaren's; Choeae, iu all sizes  Keillor's Marmalade in 71b Tins  Cairn's do do  Totloy's Tea (the good old stuff.)  "VVe have a limited supply of  EASTERN c  POTATOES  dn hand yet.    They're g'ood  MOUNTAIN CLIMBING  The Canadian Pacific Railway Company has stationed Swiss Guides at  Banff, Lakes in" tho Clouds, and  Glacier for the convenience of tourists wishing to explore the mountains  ln these vicinities. Ask for copy of  "Swiss Guide" folder.*  Por   information,   time    cards,  maps and tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent. Kevelstoke.'  W.   P.   Anderson,  Travelling  Passenger Agent. Nelson.  E. J. Coyle, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  CRAGE  -and  Smelter    Townsite  Re velstoke.  The Revelstoke  Herald     tScmi Weekly]  Has more readers in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers In Revelstoke than , any other paper;  doea moro job printing in the  city than any other paper; it's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; its influence Is greater;  Its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; its subscription rate is only $2.00 per  annum; it covers the field, Try  it and he with the crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, 13. C.  The Acme���������������-���������  Soda  Water  Works  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Aerated Waters, Soda and Mineral  Waters in Syphons and Bottles.  Factories at Vernon and Revelstoke, B. C.  M- J- O'BRIEN.   PROPRIETOR  We Have a Good Supply of'    '.  Building  Material  . and Lumber  CUT PRICES. FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you:  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Point Comfopt Hotel  PLUMPER PASS,  MAYNE ISLAND, B.  C.  Ahout    midway    between    A'ancouver  and Victoria.  The hotel is situated on one of the  most beautiful islands in thc Gulf of  Georgia." y   "  Climate delightful. Good boating  and fishing, lawn tennis and, vhath-  ing. .   '    .  Just the' place ���������  to spend a holiday  during the hot summer months.   v  ��������� .The .house is well'   -furnished  and  with all modern conveniences. ���������  MODERATE RATES.      .    . '  Apply to .MANAGER.  Steamer leaves     New Westminster.  every Monday, Thursday and ,' Saturday. '"��������� '���������  T. D. Piekapd  ...JISSJIYER,.,.  Gold, Silver or Lead ,'���������..$!.50  Copper , 2.00  Gold and Sliver  .'2.00  ^Goldjn".Silver aod.C'opper. 2.50  Gold, Silver and lead". , TTH.00  Gold, Silver, Lead and Copper... P 4.00  Prompt Attention,to Samples by Mail,  Cash Must Accompany the Sample.  Front St.   . Revelstoke  Hotel Victoria  J. V- PERKS, Prop'  llotel Accommodation the Best in the  City for the money;  Heated by hot air: electric light and  bell in overy room  Hourly street car between hotol and  station.  Large and well lighted sample room.  Free bus meets all   trains.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.  T* L, Haig  Notary Public, .  Sole Agent for"""���������^*^  Revelstoke  Townsite  Mining, Fire and  Iiife _tt_mra_ce..  Offic2, Opposite C.P.R. Depot.  Thos. R, Davey  Trout Lake City  Notary Public Mining and Resl  Estate Broker and general Com mis  sion Agent. ��������� Mines reported on and  Estimates given for work. Latest reliable information as to claims work  ing and for sale in the district. Good  Poospests held easy.������-Write or call.  "* l(.v'  I _<,  t'J-  DISGRACEFUL   FRACAS  AT A PUBLIC MEETING  Detroit    is     in  a    Turmoil  Street   Cars  over  the  FATAL  ACCIDENT  AT   All  Canadian      Pacific  Railway-  in Manitoba  versus    Northern      Pacific  Cape Town, Julv 1-1.���������Tho Cape i sand ore found alll along tho beach  parliament opens'today and exciting |in tho vicinity of Ucluelet, and a caa-  scenes are anticipated owing to thejual panning a few days ago revealed  attitude of the premier, Herr Schre'l- | the fact that the sand wub rich in  ner, on tho Transvaal question. A gold. The news soon spread and the  large nuinber or opposition members, beach ha_ been staked off for miles  favor his Impeachment. Meantime Mn cmlu.iv dli-ctlon. With only tho  tho Africander party is working up a .crudest appliances of homo nianu-  nro-Boer agitation and is doing its'fucture the sand is yielding $G9 a day  utmost in this direction. Au at-;to the man. aud much of the finer  tempt to hold a Loyalist meeting at gold is doubtlessly lost. A prospector  Worchester last evening was frustrat- : who came over from Clayoquot to  ed by the Africanders, who precipit-.test the truth of thc report took one  ate'd a disgraceful scene, forcibly drag- pau of sand from the beach and got  ging'-the Loyalist speakers from the:$2.50 from it. Tho fact of the dis-  platform and expelling them from the'eovery is vouched for by thc number  hall amid jeers and insults. It is re- of people arriving by tho Willapa who  ported that several    Dutchmen, mem-  saw  the gold   being washed   out.  hers of the legislature, took part iu  the fracas. Thc publication of tho  text of the Transvaal franchlso law  now being debuted at Pretoria has accentuated the bitterness between tho  two., elements. The military authorities hero are purchasing horses, mules,  and wagons and aro preparing to forward supplies into Kimbcrly.  CAUSE   OF  THE   WRECK  Senate   Reforms���������-Opposition   to   the  Northern   Pacific���������Colonial  Loyalty .  Ottawa",  July  1-1.���������Sir Wilfrid  Laurier ln answer to Sir Charles Tapper  In the house today said a scnato reform resolution would bo brought down  _ this session.    It Is  stated  here upon  A Mysteiious Current    _\hich   Draws ;tho  highe3t  authority  that  tho  rail-  Vessels to  Destruction. Uvay   committee  of  thc  privy , council  ,,.. .   ..     .'will   refuse   to   permit   the  Northern  Fulmollth, July 14.���������.nr. Wisbett, of paciflc railway to cross the C. P." R.  the AVrccking company, gave today a ,lnd M & N_ w track8 at.Portage la  contribution of a startling     nature to .prajrjej which it Is alleged will null-  WIRED   FROM   OTTAWA  as to tho cause of the  ify  the  recent arrangement   between  Manacles.      He said: |premier Greenway and. President Mel-  tho controversy  wreck-' on the ,    ,    "In bringing tho nPris to Falmouth it i lin in winnipg. It is known that  narrowly escaped a big Manacle tboro ls atrong opposition to the bar-  rock.     It was ebb tide with a north-  gniu iu lUc comraittCC) not only from  crly wind blowing, which would  naturally tako the vessel south. We  found hor .getting nearer and nearer  the Manacles until within 400^yards of  them whereas we ought to have been  a mile'to the ' southwards. Things  looked queer for a.timo, but we al-,_  tered our tactics" aud cleared the  rocks. During the past six weeks I  am confident some,, mysterious current draws vessels-towards the rocks.  Whilo working on the Paris we warned a number of vessels ot the danger  they wore in."  THE BARN   FELL  And  Fatally Crushed Several Ontario  -    - "Farmers.-  Markdale, July 14.���������A had accident  happened yesterday afternoon at Wm.  Douglas' barn raising, whose , farm  adjoins this village. The first bent  had beeu raised, but owing to insufficient propping the heavy Umber came  crashing down, carrying everything  hefore it and crushing four men, probably in two or three cases fatally. 1 he  injured are: Duncan Mclntyre, Henry  McDougahty. , Fred Browne, and J.  BaJllster. When found almost the  entire weight of thc bent was resting  on Mclntyre's chest. The great  wonder is that a number were not  instantly killed, for there were - over  100 men at tho raising.  the railway company but from mem  bers of Mr. Grcenway's own cabinet.  It ls also known for a certainty In  the city that President Mellln lias  been sending messages to Premier  Greenway calling upon him to stand  hy his agreement made during Mr.  Mellin's recent visit and that Greenway can give no satisfactory answer  to his nppeals. ' [  In thc houso" of commons yesterday  afternoon Lieutenant Colonel .Hughes  observed that he saw by a cable that  Queensland had offered troops to support tne flag ot the empire ln the  Transvaal and suggested that Canada  might do something similar, thereby  showing her unity ��������� with thc empire  and her devotion to the "sovereign.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier appreciated, tho  motive, but hoped matters might yet  be so arranged as to render arbitration by the sword unnecessary.  Sir Charles Tupper echoed devoutly the hope of "a peaceful arrangement  and lauded colonial devotion to the  empire. Such acts showed how tho  colonies rallied to the support of the  mother country.  SERIOUS   FIRE  MURDERED IN A CHURCH  A    Disappointed    Janitor   Takes    an  Awful Revenge During a Protracted Meeting.  Houston, Texas, July 14.���������A special  from Dallas says: At 9:30 last night  one of the most startling tragedies  Dallas has ever known occurred in  tho First Christian church. In tho  midst of a protracted meeting sen-ice,  John T. Carlisle arose, from his seat,  walked to where Pro.. ..m. Llps-  combe, principal of the Central High  school, tho leading institution of the  public schools of tho cily, was seated,  and shot him dead without a word of  warning. Carllslo was seized and  taken to the county Jail. He would  not talk of tho tragedy. Carlisle had  beon chief janitor of the high school,  but had failed to bo reappointed by  the school board. He attributed his  defeat for reappointment to tho professor's influence, and lt is believed  that this was the " cause of the  murder.  LAID TO REST  Hamilton, July 14.���������Tho funeral of  tho late Hon. W. E. Sanford took  placo this afternoon from the Senator's lato residence. The attendance  was vory large. The funeral car was  drawn by four black horses. The  floral offerings were numerous and  very choice.  LIGHTNING, WIND  AND HAIL  Cause   Immense   Damage  Throughout  Parts of Manitoba  Mauitou, July 13-���������The most disastrous storm in the history of Mani-  tou took placo last evening. A gentle  wind commenced about 9 p. m. and  in about half and hour a black ominous looking cloud made its appearance, coming from the northwesl. The  lightning and thunder were terrific  and the wind for about 20 minutes  blew a hurricane, accompanied with  hail. Several buildings were biuwn  down. Others were moved on their  foundations and nearly every building  In the town suffered from broken  windows and chimneys wero blown  down. Among those who suffered thc  heaviest losses were Wilbert Ross,  whose large implement warehouse was  completely demolished, badly damaging tho contents. The Manltou curling rink was blown to tho ground,  and the Agricultural society's building and tho C. P. R. round houso were  also blown down. The following  buildings wero also blown down: Th3  Methodist church stables, W. R.  Shield's stables and the Manitou skating rink.  The following buildings were badly  damaged: Twohey's livery stables,  R. McKenzie's blacksmith shop; W.  R. Shields'' blacksmith shop; Ironside's elevator; the Methodist parsonage; Jos. Romhough's dw.elling;  W. F. Ellis' dwelling; George Clark's  dwelling; J. H. Anderson's dwelling, and J. S. Grant's and Alex.Scotfs  stables.  L'AFFAIRE  DREYFUS  Preparing    for  the    Long  Trial.  Promised  Burning this Morning in Winnipeg-  Now  Under   Control  ' Paris, July 13.���������The Dreyfus court  martial chamber ia the Prefect's department at Illcet village, at Rennes,  has been piit in order to insure the  utmost secrecy. Medical officers havo  examined the chamber and- declare  that the sanitary conditions are perfect. Tho trial will occupy threo  sessions of the court. The prosecution will summon 150' witnesses ��������� and  Sebastian'-Faure and other, anarchists  are expected in Rennes at the time of  the trial, and there is likely to be  trouble. M. Fronde says that Ex-  Major Du Paty do Clam will be tried  in tho civil court, and^thathis wife  will also he present, as an accomplice,  she having forged the letter, of which  her husband made use. .-  RIOTS IN FRAisCE  Winnipeg,.? uly   14.���������(Special)���������What  appears to be the making of a serious  fire Is now progressing one door trom  ���������._,.- ,thc Cosmopolitan hotel, north of the  SCULLING AT SIDNEY ;c   p   R   track_    A  block of wooden  . _��������� 'buildings    woned hy H. P. Hammer-  double ton, well known as the lessee of Rhrer  Caused by tho Acquitting   of a Priest  Who Was Accused ot Murder.  " Lille. July 13.���������SeriouB riots .followed tho acquittal of Father Flaml-  dien, of the school of Christian  Brothers here, who wa3 charged witli  murdering a boy'in that institution.  soulS   'af"  iydnly.Ca'pe Breton, park  The fire started in Hammerton's ������������������������������* a -y ^- ���������^���������������  today for tho professional champion-.old   feed  store,. occupied   by  an   Ice- M���������^'JShS^E, windows     and  Kiiin of Canada. Durnam and Aylward, j lander and stocked with hay.   It was  of Torton   won     by throe     lengths.; burned own beforo the north station  Lynch brothers, of   . Halifax, '   were,flro brigade arrived.   A Chinese laun  second.  streets, smashing the windows      and  shouting: "Down With the Jesuits."  KENNEDY'S  ELECTION  dry then caught flre and a general alarm was turned in. By the time all  hands had arrived two or three buildings on each side .were smoking furl-    ously-and���������tho-roofa���������of���������tho^nearest  ���������    _ 0T���������i,- u���������nfficial      an-lwero   in  flames.    Largo    crowds .of  New -iork.  Julj^"-^0^1.���������?������c visitors,   attracted    by    tho  unusual  nouncoment will bo mado tomorro^ ol , thronge(1 "Ul0 Vicinity.  tbe election of John   J. Kenrodj  Jo "    Latcr.    Al the moment of sending  the board of directors of tho northern correspondent learns hy tcl-  Fax-lfic Railway companj- >ta������|ephono that the flre is under control  official effort has been eiPcn���������* {������ | though other buildings are still  quiet tho negotiations that led to thri,������fl,n(,A  Kennedy's election.  FRENCH AND ENGLISH  TELEGRAHPIC SUMMARY  A falling off in thc Brazilian United  States trade is reported.   CHURCH   DIRECTORY  MHTHOl-IBT OHUKOll ��������� KovoluloKo.  frenulum; eervicut) mi 11 (i.in. null 7:31)  p.m. Ciiioa meeiuiK al tli- close ut tlio  luuroliiK uervlce. cubbutli school und BlDtu  Olaea ut 2:30 p.m. Weokiy prnyur uiuctiug  uverr vvuoueiauy eveiiinK at 7:3" p.m. Tua  l_ub.icu.ro cordially iuvm.il.   Beats lieu.  HEV. S. J. THOMPSON. Paator.  FAYETTE BUKER  Iiisnic your property itgainil loss  by fire,  Iiibiini   veiir'hlfe���������"Aepldiinl  or  Dentil,''  Offer you  it c-linnco to   Invent a  mil oi  CAN-  Church of England Sunday Serviceu  Eight a.m. Holy Communion; ll  meeting, litany and sermon, (Holy  Hucharlst, first Sunday in the month); i t . Ynu Mnnev  2: SO Sunday school, or childrens' J-oan I OU money  tervict; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  surinon. Holy Days���������Tho Holy  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.m. or S  a.m. as announced. Fridays���������7:30  Evensong, with spiritual reading.  Holy Baptism Is administered usually  a.'ter Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C. PAGET, D. D��������� \  Vicar.  small or largo iiiiioiuit of your  ���������uriiiiiffsiircm."-'   ' ���������������-������������������>-  rale otintoi������������������tt.  uniluKS or cuiiltal m a profltolilB  "li* ���������  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH���������Beyelatoke.  bervice every Snuauy at 11 a.m- aud 7::%  p.m. Bib'e (Jltss at 2:30 p.m., to which  ull aro welcome. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m,  every Wod_o8Qay.  REV. T. MENZIEB, Pnstor.  ROMAN   CATHOLIC   CHUBOH ���������Revelstoke.    Mans  _r������t and third Sundaya in  month at 10:30 a.m. _         REV. FATHER TIIAYEK.  SALVATION ARMY-Meetings every night  in their hull on Kront fctn-oc  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 1658.  Ki-f-'iiliir  mtTt.nf.-_> .ire  In-1(1 In (lie  Oililfulloiri Hull un tliutliinl Kriil.ty  ��������� if cncti month iit'.ijiip. m.   Vl.lilujr  brethren cordially Invited.  \V. (',. lllrni'v, "W.M.-, It. I'. I'cttl-  plcec, ltce. S.i K.A. K.ltlwon Kin. See.; Thos.  alci'il. 'X leHnlli'ei.  Court   Mt." Begbie,  I.O.F.. No. 34<5i.  Moots in tho Oddfellows' Hall on tne  ���������"nd and I tli Fridays of  each month. Vimting  brethren Invited to  attend.  B. ll. Campbell,    K.  Chief Ranger.  D. J. C. Johnson  Rec.-Sec.  ({evelstoKe Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  -  ������������-0<ily   bc������i C'oiii|.iinl    . ��������� 1 . l i. 111 i< i* -  Oflice McKenzie Avenue.  Undertaking: and Embalming;  P. Howson & Co,,  MAU_i:_i!ir. avi:.  Ketail Denier. In Kunilliiic  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymar).  Draying anil delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notico.      Contracts for jobbing taken.  Hrs.  McKechnie   and   Teffs, Attendants >  I  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blaoksmithine;* Jobbine  Plumbing.  Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithin.?  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Special _*/���������_____.  ROBT. GORDON  (. Rovolstoke   Station.  V;  St. Leon  Springs  simmmminmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmnnmmma  I    THE MOLSONS BANK   "  fc Incorporated iiy Act op P",ri.i ".TiIbn-t, 1865.  &  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  PAID UP CAPITAL      - - - -      S_.0OO.0O0  BEST FUND - - - - -      H.BOO.OOO  DIRECTORS:   Wm.Moi.__o.. .Maomikpson*. President: S. H. Bwixo, rice-Pn_������ide_r*,  XV. M. Ramsay, Samuei. Kiklrv, H.xnv AncitiBAi.ii, J. P. ClkohorK,  H. Makki.akii Mol-Vj-V.  F. Woki-t.rtox Thomas, Genernl Manager.  A general banking business transacted.     Interest allowed at current  rates.  J. D. MOLSON.  Maxauer, K_TKi.fno__, R.C.  auitumumiuuiiiiuiiiimimuuiiuimimiiuiuiuMuiuiK  These Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS.   Mineral Prop������rttea  opened up toy the  Diamond Core  Drill   To obtain rapidly the knowledge of the value of reefs or lecl***  nothing is to be compared with the Diamond Core Drill, which will  provo more io 30 days than tin outfit of men tunnelling or sinking  shafts could prove in ten years.  The 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 constructed that it can be taken cj  pieces and packed on the backs of horses and carried  and   worked  almost inaccessible places where water can be obtained,���������and it -  be in almost any part of British Columbia.  For full information aud particulars apply by letter or in pereon to  J.   D,    SIBBALD,  REAL    ESTATE   AND    MINING     BROKERS,     REVBLSTOX'E  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed  rooms.     Rates  $1.  J.  Table furnished with  the choicest the market  affords. Best Winen  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  C olumbia  House.  Good accommodation. A. good fc*r  well supplied with choice wipe-  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors.  Both Hotels Opet\  EXCITED   AMERICANS  Sydney, C. B., July ".-Tho 1 rench.  cruiser Isly sailed last night.for Newfoundland, the band of the British  flagship Crescent playing thc Mareeu-  Talk  of  Lynching Governor Pingreo  Over a Street Car Scheme  Detroit", July 14.���������Governor Pin-  flagship Crescent playing mci ainrecu- gree iSBued tt proclamation yesterday  laise.     Thelsly issailexlhy tare lrom,afternoon  warninB-tho public  of the  -The late Czarwiteh is said to have  been privately married.  Germany a,nd Britain will compel  Guatemala to pay her bonds.  Newfoundland's budget shows a deficit of ?33,000 for last year.  An English syndicate is endeavoring  to amalgamate tlie grocery, housos of  Canada.  Tho Dominion Alliance has ���������recommended tho selection of prohibition  candidates.  Great Britain has accepted Queensland's offer of volunteers should a  Transvaal war break out.  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  -^���������--^���������^ancl-tho-Spririgs-_._- - '-=-,-' -,-!.-- ^= ^.^^.^^  from Admiral Bedford s neeu iuw 'attempt to Btop the sree car scheme,  authorities adhered to the decision on ,T]l0 -c,rculatkm of the - proclamation  tho row between tho French ana - mad0 thoroughly. Last night the  English sailors at the late carni*vai,' posUlon waa browbeating the ald-  and in consequent separate races _\ero ��������� d talke<,   f ly^ing the gov-  held today between the French and ernor  British men of war boats. There  ���������was no cheering on the part of the  British sailors when the French crew  struggled for victory in their own  races. The regatta committee, however, visited the French cruiser isly  aud   wero     hospitably      entertained  WINNIPEG FAIR  Good Accommodation both   at.   the  thc Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free  $'l.'25, per day.  Spi ings���������  Do Vou  UJant a   Jiome  in   This; Grotalng   CQining  ae.1  Railea ay Centre  f  The C. & Jv. steam Navigation Company have soma of them  lighttul property in Kevelstoke.    It is charmingly   situated,   handy to  to any portion of the town.   Come and enquire about it at once.   Eaay  terms if necessary.  Eates  FROM WINDERMERE  DISTRICT  Winnipeg,  July  14.���������Tbe  Industrial  exhibition   mado   a  new   high   water  SATISFACTORY  FINANCES  several speeches being made which marl. as regarflB attendance yesterday,  were responded to by the French jWjjen over 21,000 people went through  commodore. " ti {he gates.   The occasion was Citizens  Day, when a half holiday was proclaimed to allow Winnipeggers to  spend a few hours viewing the exhibition and tho attractions, ot the big  Vancouver, July 14.���������British Colum-; fair. The regular attendance of citi-  bia  has   just  floated_ successfully  in, I zens and visitors who make the city  _. their   headquarters   during  the   week  was augmented by excuvsions from  Carman, Rat Portage and the Glen-  boro branch which landed on the C.  P.  R. platform about 1000 people.  W.    M.    BROWN  London a. loan of $1,700,000 at a frac  tion over 96. This is considered most  satisfactory, boing more than 1 percent higher than the best price ob-  ained for any previous loan. The  province's credit is very good, and  notwithstanding tho taking off of  some faxes la.t. year the fevenue for  ito fiscal .er������. ending on Jilne 30th  Is co-isi't..-i.M/ over! $1,500,000, tho  largest ever known, and nearly double  what is waft four ycarB ago.  HIGH SCORES  Several Possibles Made by,Canadians  at Bisley  Bisley.   July   11.���������In  "the  shooting  competition the Ashburton Challenge  ���������.���������.���������...,   -rlI^ o.-vtk: -"-cm  rnm shield,, open to volunteer school corps,  FAMMNG   THE &A>iDS I'OR GOLD     -ag ^on to(laj. by RossaU gehool with    ia scoro of 472 out of a. possiblo 500.  Victoria, July 14.���������The steamer .Twenty-seven teams competed for the  Willapa brings news of tho dlscov- shield. In the unfinished competitions  ery- of rich gold hearing sand at tho highest possible scores were made  Wreck lay, about flre miles from ��������� this morning by Canadians as fol-  TJoluelet, cn thc west coast of Van- lows: Association cilp, Robertson and  pouVer Island.   Large deposits of black' Ogg:     Premier   ctftppotitlon,   Wilson.  Windermere district, in East Kootenay, ia attracting a good deal of attention  from  both  prospectors     and  men looking for prospects.     Back of  the town are a number     of copper  claims on which work has been done  for several years.      The ore  is rich,  hut the veins do not appear to be in  place. On the headwaters of the Toby  and Horse Thief creeks, which empty  into the Columbia helow Windermere,  several properties are being developed  by men who mean business.     On one  oi* the claims In the Delphino group,  on the north fork of Toby creek, about  20 miles from Windermere, a shaft is  down 140 feet, and between 80 and 100  feet of drifts have been run     from a  level about 50 feet     down.      Besides  the. outcrop on the surface has been  stripped 1,160 feet. From these workings 20 tons of ore were sacked and  packed to the Columbia     river     and  taken thence to Golden by boat.     The  ore was then shipped     to the     Trail  smelter.     This week the returns wero  received, and they are so good that the  owners, R. A. Kimpton, George Stark  and  Arthur Harrison,      believe they  have a mine.     The ore is galena carrying a small percentage     of copper  and a little gold, The smelter returns  were $102  a ton.      After paying all  charges, tho oro netted     tha owners  about $70 a ton.     This is the     first  shipment of ore from tho Windermere  district.  Proprietor.  There is nothing ln the theory that  horse shoes bring good luck. What  animal works harder than the horse,  or is worse treated in his old age?  Yet it wears four of them.  J, D, Sibbald  p^_w>aww.^aW..^_^w.^_w~~~~~~~~~Ww~w_^^~~~������W~^'"������~m-~"W-~-___-____--������������__i       i       :>���������_��������������� _���������-���������  REAL ESTATE  MINING -  AND  INSURANCE  .    AGENT ���������  F. JWeCJIRTY  ..Wholesale and Retail Dealer in.  PRIJAE BEEF, PORK.  MUTTCXN .MD SJH3SJN3.E  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoko  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardean and Tront Lake  Saddle    and     Pack    Horset  always for hire.  Freighting   and   Teaming   a  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Lakdino.  Hotel Ferguson  |        Ferguson, B.C.  Ekst Accommodation  In the LAitDEAtr.  Rates $2 Pep Day.  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor.  RE VE LSTOKE ���������  Sash  _  and  Doop  Factory.  Manufacturers of   and Dmlers In*"""^  S������������h. Di9Tf. Tnnilnp. 'PHnthii. Comic  Blocks. Moaldlnm dull frtocin, Vaacv  (HVee ind Veruidih work. B������������k������<_,  of every deMrlntlon mii������ to order.  Scot. i*4 Office TltUac*. Wlodoa-  __ runa, with uih fitted a ipiidalty.  th* latMt ___������iy. Drx kiln  pronlic*. (XII and ftt prtcte before  KT>!nK������l*ewhere..  SAWYER & KAmnua. ta  H2T.  ISN'T IT i  ?  nv/,  HV thought, it would be and  jirori'.l'jd jt,r it-by procuring soma  special value in Hot Weather Underclothing, such (ts Vents, Skirts, in  r'acl all kinds of Underwear. And  ih������ low prices ae are offering them  ctictil more  than   surprise  yon.  There's good reason why we should  keep talking about the reductions  mad" in certain kinds of Prints,  Muslins, Organdies, J'irjucs, Fancy  Ginghams, Ete.. /or tliey are away  l-low any thing shoicn in the cily.  Milliivry is going very quickly at  the reduced prices. All trimmed  good.- al just J-'fi price at  The Cash Bazaar  XV. MEI.DKl.~M, MANAGEK  HOWSON BLOCK.  Mckenzie ave  The Canada Drug &  Book Co., Limited.  Hnvin? .-(.'fitted nnd cnlnrROiI their store,  nre no win a |'0.-iilon to supply utllv Ml  iiHnl-. ill lhe liruirniiil Stationery line.  ���������Kiev handle nothing bin lhe host nnd  im rest of druc* and keep them fresh.  They have just opened a new supply of,  Sarsaparilla  <"n_ ciallv prepared, which is an elP-Rint  Hlood   Purifier  and   Tonie,   price  51..00  fall and iry a bottle.  CHAS. P.. McDONAI.D, Manager.  Mckenzie ave.. revelstoke station.  LOCAL  AND GERERAL   NEWS  .V. B. Poul bus been away at lhc  Nettie L since lust Friday.  Alex. Cuminins.inerchant.Ferguson,  spent Monday and Tuesday in town.  Mrs. Lawson and daughter returned  from their visit to the  coast on  iUon-  H. N. Coursier. gold commissioner,  is mvny on an oilicial trip as far as Fire  Valley".  The Revelstoke swimming bath will,  it, is hoped, be ready for opening on  Saturday. The water was turned on  on^londay evening.  A bush lire, how originated it is  unknown, started on Sunday on the  flat helow the" old smelter and has  been burning ever since.  The. utmost hope expressed by the  doctors attending Bishop Dart is thnt  lie may possibly after several months  be ahle to resume light work.  .las. "McMahon returned on Saturday  from Ferguson, where lie had been  'doing assessment work on his property on Surprise creek, above Fergu-  sTJti.  The Old Gold Quartz and Placer  Mining Co. who arc woiking in the  lower Lardeau country, are about to  make a shipment ot ore by Thompson's  Landing.  Sergt. Konl.ledge is hard at work  'drilling the officers and men of the  Kevelstoke Company of the B. U.  Rifles. A month of his instruction  will elfecl a wonderful change.  The garden party for the benefit of  the kindergarten conies off 'tomorrow  "cveiiini in the grounds attached to  .Mrs. Coursier's residence and promises to be a very pleasant affair.  A handsome cedar altar has been  Imilt hy John E. Wood, which is to lie  placed in St. Peter's church as part of  the memorial to the late Rev. F. A.  Ford. Tha altar i_ u fine piece of  ���������work man sh i p. =���������s-=���������--* *���������=  Mrs, Dr. Jell's and family lel't on No.  I last night to join the doctor in their  new home at Vancouver.  Kev. S. 3. Thompson, Bliss Kliotu  and Master Douglas Thompson loft by  No. 1 last night on a short visit to  Salmon Ann.  B. E. Drew is gecting his steamer  "Kmpress" in first-class shape for  freighting between Arrowlieud and  Thompson's L'tnding.  Geo. Storey, locomotive fireman,  sustained a serious accident, yesterday  by falling from his engine neai' Golden.  His head was badly hurt.  Engineer R. A. Mnscrop, wont south  on Saturdaj- wilh Engine No. 311,  wliich will be put. on tho new Penticton branch of the C.P.It.  Jus. Lauder, of the Power house, is  doing assessment work on a couplo of  promising claim-* up on Surprise  creek, eighl miles from Ferguson.  A good strike of ore was made on  Tuesday on t lie Torpedo claim,' lying  near I he Vancouver. The owners arc  preparing to uL once develop il.  C. A. Lell. of Vancouver, wns in  town on Monday and let, a contract, to  D. Miiclnl-wl- to do $1.S00 worth of  work on hi.s claim in Ground Hog  Hindu.  There is a lot of Camilla thistle  springing np in town, which the  authorities should compel properly  owners tn eradicate before it chokes  np everything.  MesM'S. Schloss und Foster from  New York an.l Mr. Townsend from  Itosslaud, were at Trout, Lako City  and Ferguson lust week looking up  the dislrict with a, view lo making  purchases of mineral chums.  A case from sunny Italy was vent.i-  ,lated hefore Police Magistrate Haig.  on Monday last, in the Court House,  which resulted in Dominic Seriano,  accused of biting a compatriot in the  bend, being sent down to Kamloops tn  ���������pass the hot months until the next sittings of lho county court in September.  There was a vory enjoyable meeting  of (he Epworth League of the Methodist, church held on Monday evening  at which the now piano was used for  the first time. The exercises were  lead by C. F. Lindniark and a most  interesting evening.- spent, by those  present.  The train from the south due at 0  p.m. on Monday, did not reach town  (ill 3 o'clock next morning. Tho cause  of Ihe delay was the (Instruction of a  bridge by the iorcst fires which have  been burning along t.he. line fnr some  time past. The train had to put back  to Arrowhead and return with a crew  of*'men and timber lo replace the  burnt structure, in which operation a  great deal of time was consumed.  A TIGHT CORNER.  Twenty-seven dollars was the amount  realized over expenses hy the recent  iiiusira! mul .dramatic social given at  Mr.. Holten's residence. The amount  will be applied to the purchase of a  bell for St. Peter's church.  The C. P. R. have -100 men at work  between Lardo and Trout Lake and  the K. .V S. intend increasing then-  forte. The K. it S.-peoplo are wilhin  17 mile."-* of the lake with their clearing  gang?, while the C. P. R. have parties-  wilhin five miles of the 1-ike.  _V. A. Wallace of Spokane was in  town on Salurdav. lie is a part  owner of the Noonday and Morning  -v Maim, adjoining the Standard group.  The ore is of exactly the same cliaracler as that in the Standard. Mr.  "Wallace i> very well satisfied with the  appearance nf the property.  Mi*-** Mactrie Meldrum. who has heen  attending the Conservatory of Music  . v.iminatlcn in Toior.to for the past  two wo. k*. h_- Ix-en very surces-ful  in ohlainiiig fii.-t-cla<-s honors in the  " luu-iral art. Mi--= Meldrum was a  luipil of Miss Austin. St. ��������� Marys.���������  Str.-ifoid Herald. Miss Meldrum is a  sister of AV. Meldrum of the Cash  n.-izaar.  The Topic ������.iys that Beer Bros, of  Nelson, intend commencing work on  th" Ri'.i trice. They have engaged  II.mi:.mild Eros.' pat k ti-iin from  Sandiiii and will move the balance of  : he oie now lying sacked at the mine  to Thomson's Landing as soon as lhe  trail ii]) Mohawk cieek is ih shape.  Archdeacon Pentreath officiated  morning and evening at St. Peter's  church on Sunday. Good congregations were present at all services. The  subject of the sermon in the morning  was the " Witness of the Individual  Christian to Christ." In the evening  the text was '��������� Behold I, if I be Lifted  up. will draw all men unto Me"- The  Archdeacon's discourses were very attractive in tlieir simplicity cf language  ���������indsyruphattietic tone of thought;  ���������What Business Men Say.  ���������Keeping everlast.inglv at it brings  success.���������N. W^ Aver <fc Son.  ���������The road to fortune is through  printers' ink.���������P. T. Barnuni.  ���������My success is owing to liberality on  advertising.���������Robert, Eon ner.  ���������Frequent and constant advertising  brought me all 1 own.���������A. T. Stewart.  ��������� Success depends upon a. liberal  palronage of printing olllces.���������J. J.  Astor.  Constant and persistent advertising  is a sure prelude to wealth.���������Stephen  Girnrd.  ���������For the protection of vour life,  propertv ann home, consult F. Buker.  oflice, Mackenzie avenue.  ��������� He who invests one dollar in business should invest, one dollar in advertising that- business.���������A. Stewart.  ���������T would as soon think of doing  business ivitlnut clerks as without  advertising.���������John "Wa mi maker.  ���������A. Snap!���������Eight- roomed house,  Lot 50x100: City water. S2."i0 down,  hahinr- 9 percent, pel- monlli. Inquire  of F. Buker.  ���������The next- regular liieef ing of Ij. O.  L., IG.'iS. will be held on Friday evening next, the 21st. All members are  -p-irt.iculiii'iy-reqiiested-to-be-~;~rese~~'t.=���������  ���������Advertisising is to business whal  steam is to machinery���������the grand  propelling power.���������Macaulay.  ���������All accounts against L.O.L.. lfwS,  must be handed in before the 21st  instant, to ensure payment this  month.      R. P. Pettipieck. Rec. Sec.  If any   member nf  any legislature  ever put in an  uncomfortable'hour it  wiis Mr. Kellie at the  board  of trade  meeting on Saturday last.     He had to  face his leader. Mr. Cotton, surrounded  by the most prominent business men  of the city, men, muiiy  of  whom had  even up to a year ago supported  him,  but by whom he is utterly discredited  and disowned.    Hu had to listen while  Mr. Cotton  snull'ed  out with a   contemptuous word the lode star *of  Mr.  Kellie's political existence���������the  public  meeting.    He had to sec  Mr.  Cotton  put, to one side all his elaborate  arguments about trails and the canyon and  the   nine   mile,   riffle,   which   he has  imported     into     the   discussion   and  declare that if a sleamer  was   put on  the   road   would   be    finished.     And  finally he  had   to   hear   Mr.   Bourne  show the utter humbug and insincerity  of liis opposition lo the wagon road by  proving conclusively that so  long us  he   got   lhe   appropriation   for    that  purpose into his own power lhis year  he was perfectly  willing  to vote  for  another  impropriation   for the same  object,   next   session.       There   was  a  laudable spirit evinced on the  part of  some   of   the  speakers   to    take   Jlr.  Kellie seriously and try to believe that  he was acting at all  events conscientiously.   But after Mr. Bourne's disclosure such charitable excuses become  impossible.     Mr. Kellie voted for this  appropriation in 1S0S.     He voted  and  worked    for     this    appropriation    in  Januaiy 1800.    He is  willing  to  vote  and work for it again in January 1000,  and yet we are asked to believe that he  is sincere in asserting that it would be a  wanton   waste   of   public    money to  expend   it   in   July' 1809. 'There are  limits to human credulity and in  this  case ilr. Kellie has overstepped them.  As   for    Mr.   Cotton,   he    occupies  exactly the position which tho Hekald  pointed out a month ago.    The difference between  him  and  the  board.of  trade is that the hoard considers that  the wagon road should  be built anyhow, seeing   that   it   is   an admitted  necessity I'or a continuous steamboat  service on the upper river,  that part  of it has been built already at a useless  expense,  unless   it is completed  and  that tin appropriation has been already  niaile by the legislature, for  this  purpose and no other.    Mr. Cotton on the  other hand requires a guarantee  that  the steamer will be put on   before he  will continue, the construction  of  the  road, but at the same time lie.  pledges  himself lo finish the road in the event  of the hoard being able lo procure  the  steamboat and a  regular service.    In  the. 1*1 khar.o'ss opinion lheDhoard  has  the right of   the  argument.    At  the  same   time   Mr.   Cotton's   proposal   is  near   enough  to  their   own   ideas  tn  remove the wagon road  difficulty  out  of  lhe   way   of   further  negotiations  towards getting  u steamboat on  the  river and washy the presidenthearlily  acceptcd   as   such.        As   far   as  t.he  1_I~.~~~ai.i~ is concerned it is  inclined  to  suspect, lhat  only   a desiie  to  let  his  supporter. Mr. Kellie. down  as -easily  as possible prevented Mr. Cotton from  acceding promptly  to the  utmost  of  thu hoard's very reasonable demands.  But   .Mr.   Kellie's  peculiar warp of  intellect seized  on   this  guarantee  in  another way.     His  leader may  have  meant.himtou.se  the compromise in  order To   square hini'seTf,  if~ possible.  "m LEADING ST0R  WHB"BB  *W_A_S   IT *?  Oh ; vou remember the one that occurred at New  "Westminster. Well; ifyoucall'in on us for the  next Three Days, you Avill think thnt something of the kind has occurred here.  ear? ___.  Summer Goods  Screen Doors .  Screen Windows  Spring Hinges  Door Bells  Garden Hose  Garden Sprinklers  McCarty Block.  ALWAYS    IN  Lawn Mowers  Garden Rakes  Refrigerators  Ice Cream Freezers  Wire Meat Covers  Iron Pipe and Fittings  STOCK  BT Estimates given on roofing nnd furnace work.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  1    fn-n.i _,,,->  ,..,���������������l, 7'  m  CHEAP FIREWOOD    P  Send your orders for Fire Wood to  FRED. ROBINSON, at the saw mill  office. He will deliver at $2.25 a cord  in short lengths. $1.50 a cord to those  who do their own hauling. *  <������>  ���������.     MONSTER  ������     GIVE AWAY....  Will only last THREE DAYS   1200K AT OfclR WINDOWS  FOR CRITERION  JAMES GILb & CO.,  The Taylor Block,  ������S������������S������  McKenzie  Avenue.  way, because the roads being designed  to get up on to the. Trout Lake divide  without touching Thomson's Landing,  and failing to find an outlet, naturally  end up nowhere. All this wagon road  building, for whicli Kellie is tho  responsible party, lias been useless to  anybody since tlie day it. was done.  Perhaps Mr. Kollie will put his hand  in his pocket and return all the  thousands of dollars of "good government money" wasted in these fruitless  endeavors to benelit the Lardeau  townsite at the expense of the rest of  the community. If he thinks the idea  such an excellent one he had better  lead the way in putting it in  practice.  THE PASSING SHOW.  TRAINS SAVED BY WATCHMEN  Disaster to Passengers on the C. P. R.  Averted by Official's Bravery.  Vancouver, July 17���������Harry H'mey^  night, watchmen of the Cherry Creek  district of the C. P. It., is the hero of  a brave and successful effort to save  two trains. Near midnight on Saturday the bridge at Cherry Creek w.i=>  binned down. The Imperial Limited  was mining westward tnwatds the  destroyed bridge, and lhe train bearing -100 journalist.'- w.is coming eastward behind lhe Atlantic. Flyer. If  Honey had not, been a strong=*wimrner  and a l.rave man, the results might  have heen appalling. But the C. P. R.  has a fashion of placing the right, men  in Iiie right place, which helps lo  account for their small percentage of  bad accidents.  Be lhat as it may. however. Honey  had a swiftly running swollen 11101111-  luin si ream to ford and swim hefore  he could flag llie first due train, and  he had to get. hack an.l flag the other  train as well. This lie did, keeping  his lantern dry by holding it far above  his head.  The passengers on bolh trains, and  on the journalists' excursion train,  have heaid of the brave man's heroism  and Honey is to be richly rewarded,  while overtures are being made to the  Humane Society for n medal. Honey  is 11 simple man. and tells, his story in  a matter-of-fact wny, biff, those who  have looked at the furiously rushing  waters beneath Cherry Creek bridge  affirm that Harry Honey has performed one of the bravest and most  heroic deeds of modern times. The  journalists are stalled at North Bend;  Mine owners and claim holders, who  wish that their properties should be  represented in the B.C. exhibit at  Paris next year should remember that  specimen* have to lie. in Victoria by  August loth. Specimens must not, he  less than six or more than nine inches  in diameter. The Hisralu mentions  these facts merely to draw the attention of those interested.to the necessity  of gelling iheir specimens to Victoria  us soon as possible. It, is useless lo  dilate ou the advantage bolh to tho  district and to individual holders of  having North Koolenay well represented in the collection of B. C._  minerals, which will attract the  attention of capitalists and mining  men from all over ihe world at Paris  next summer. A blind man could see  that point with both eyes shut.  So Says the Sage of New Denver.  A certain citizen, admirable iu every  respect, became addicted' to drink.  All insensibly he became a slave to his  appetite, and spent the greater pait of  his earnings every week in a ceitain  saloon. Hisagonized.wifewhosiiw herself and children on the brink of starvation and her husband in danger of  becoming a castaway, went to the  proprietor of the saloon mid begged  him not to sell any mure drir.k to her  husband, who was going to ruin, and  who was neglecting to provide for his  family, in order that he might, indulge  his appetite for wliich he gave his  money to. the saloon keeper. The  latter said: " Madam,' I am licensed  to sell liquor. My business is , to sell  liquor lo all who can pay for it. ] pay  rent. I pay a high license fee, and I  will sell drink to any man who asks  for it. I cannot help what you say;  it is not niy business. -So long as your  husband comes to my place with  money lo pay for the drink he asks  for lie will get il."  ���������" I never in my life," says John  Wanainaker, "used such a I lung as a  poster -or dodger or handbill. My  plan for.20 years has been to buy so  much space in a newspaper and fill it  up as I wanted. I would not, give an  advertisement in a newspaper of 500  circulation foroOOO dodgers or poslers."  CO  W  I���������*  Pi  Oi  Ul  03  I  Pi  H  to  Fresh From the Vines  Having secured thisscaf-on's crop of Strawberries from A. Williamson, I am prepared  to supply the general public with the  choicest at the lowest figures. You get 16  ounces to tlie pound and no boxes to pay for.  Leave your orders early.  .���������M"i-H_"_l"i"_t"i"t  E  D. Q. Cathcart,  AM*  A. N. S/niTF  BAKER, '  SR9CER  ANDCQNrEGTi0NER  "BBT-I  have secured  llie 'services of XV. Kault, a.  liriaclii-s baker Irian llio eui-t.  Flour bought in carload lots.  Free Delivery,���������Prompt Service.  Yieloria Hoad Knsl, llevelstoke.  .' plPORIUM.  Timm Prnnm*. Ckntki:.  Opposite Cuu'an Mock,  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  Goods - in  town.  M. K. Lawson.  DOMINICK-GALLICANO,  McKenzie Ave.   llealer in   FRESH GENERAL GROCERIES  Specialties:     Soup   materials,��������� innetironis of  every kind, the choicest and be.si niakes.  Olive Oil, Honuin Cheese, .inegar.   Vegetables.  Servant Wanted.  A good pcneral servant to go to Verjiiison at  once; pool waf_;cs paid. Address Mrs. S.  O'.Connor, Hotel Windsor, Ferguson, I". C.  with the business men ol* Itevelstoke.!  The great Kellie only saw iu it. another  chance of playing to the gallery. So  while of course Mr. Cotton only  meant a definite guarantee that a  regular steam service would be piovided would have to precede the  completion of the road. Mr. Kellie  twisled the word into the jueposieroiis  notion that if a company undertook  to put on a steamboat, and the road  was completed in c-iiM'quence, and  then for some reason or oilier a regular service was not maintained, in I bat.  case the company would have lo refund the nuinev spent on finishing the  road to lbe government. "So,'' .Mr.  Kellie complacently added: " there  will be no waste cf public inoii-y."  For a person who wants to see the  Big Bend opened up Kellie is unique.  Not only would any unfortunate company working along his   lines   have to  People in the golden Lardean never  felt more cheery and hopeful than  they do today. Signs of good times  ahead are shown on every hand.  Capitalists are Hocking in and several  .go_i_iU_Us_are-aLpi__*_n_.on_Lh__tapif*._  Tiie Heuai.d. through good report and  evil report has ever maintained that  the Lariieaii would be one of the  I ichest camps in the whole of Kootenay or British Columbia. Our predictions are coming true, and we flatter  ourselves, even if we do pay it our-  '���������elves. that the FlKHAt.n has helped in  no small way to bring about the  fulfillment r.f its own prophesies. -We  have harped on the same string of the  wealth of tbe Lardean so long and  persistently that investors have come  to the ronrliisinti that there must be  -=oin<-tbing in it and are calling round  to look at the country' for themselves.  Notice.  All parties knowinir themselves indebted to  me will please settle their accounts with J. M.  Scott, barrister, on or before Julv ito, ISIIO.  After that date lesral interest-will be charged  on same.   Yours truly,  W. G. BIRNEY, Painter.  Notice.,  TAKE NOTICE that J, C. II. Mackintosh,  intend thirty (:I0) days from dale to apply to  the Chief Co'mmissio'ner of Lands and Works lo  purchase the followinir tract of land situated  on the en^t. shore of Upper Arrow l.nke, south  of and adjoining I.ot24ul, Group 1: coiiimenc-  inir. at a post marked 0. II. Mackintosh, northwest corner, said post adjoining the S'outh-  .wo.������U(.'ornet..oLJ,ot =.24-51,^(.1. _l;_t h''.ii(_e_C'iisl.  twentv (20) chains: thence south'forty (40)  chains; tlience west twenty (20) chains, more  or less, to tho shore of Upper Arrow Lake;  thence north along the shore line to point of  commencement, containing eighty (80) acres  more or less.  C. II. MACKINTOSH,  July 9th, 1800. Per N. F. Townsi:nd.  Furnished Room to Let.  Large, comfortable, in central locality;  bath  room.   Apply at Hkkai.h ollice.  Notice.  Notice Is herein- given thnt I, the undersigned havo purchased the business of J. R. Hull  .fe Co., butchers at Revelstoke, all accounts  owing to and by .1. R. Hull As Co.. Revelsloke  branch, will be collected and paid bv me.  ���������IAS. WOOD ROW..  Some of our...  SPECIAL  ���������_._.** _.*4..j.**i������W_'_"_*  *  PREPARATIONS |  Dr. Hovell's Worm Powders   Dr. Hovell's lllood and Nerve I'I Ils  Bland's Iron Pills-   Illack berry Cordial   Hair Pomade   Headache Wafers      . .-Tie  ....:! 5c    ���������   *  j,   ij.  Ji       Quality and Ellieieiicy C'liarnmeed.       4*  4" _���������    '  *"  .j, rilKI'AKKD AND SOLD I1V ' t|.  I Field & Bews, |  ��������������������� Lower Town Druggists. y  .Jt -. "5-  ***'M������l'***'H'*;M"I"V*iM"I"M'*'*;H'  '��������� Natures   Own  Health  Preserver."  _pr  1 '    , If the...     s ���������  I Ready-Made Suits  only rlirt tit like the tullor-intulc or were'  lniulc as well, and were uT us good  material us our custom-made, wa tt.iJors  wouldn't be in business. P.iu Lhey nro  not tih good in any particular.and every ^  correct dresser knows it. Onr llne^t'g  ?:10 Mimniur "-idlings are now ?*2."i to ������  clear up.        . >^  R. S..WILSON,        I  S CITY JIKRCIIANT TAILOR. (3  ������   . Cf)  ROBERT CLAIR  Contractor .... .>  HKICK, STONE and PLASTIC"INn,  EXCAVATING, SEWliUAGl".  STIIEET UKADINO. '    ���������,  Contracts Taken.  Security given as called for.  Material furnished if necessary.  -TMJ.I  Cabinet  Turkish Baths at Home. Saves Health, Life,  Medicine ami 1'oelor bills. These Hatlis arc  Pleasant, Toning, Cleansing, lte-Huilding,  Invigorating, Strciigtliening to thc body,  blood, muscles, heart, ete. For further particulars, information or circulars apply to  Chas. J. Aman, oppo. station.  It N being ji'-siduoii'-ly insinuated by  Kellie's heelers in quartets where il is  rule dated lo do most good that the  board r.f trade has ������iirceeiled in locking  up the four thousand dollars, appropriated by ,the legisl.it nre for tho  i of the wagon  road  for an  incur the natural   risks  of  navigation i eompietio;  and the ,1-m.l chances of  trade,   but if | indefinite   period  and   .ue   preventing  and    pliilan-  fruiii  by any chance the}' failed   to   make  a j  those   eminent   pal riots  .success   of   Iheir   venture   h  further  mulct.    I hern   in   tl.e   sum  S 1.-00 to pay for the wagon road.  (onr.se Mr. Cotton never   intended and  has not llie smallest  intention   of  demanding anything so absiml.     .At the  same time, as Kellie likes lhe  idea   so  much, had  be  not. belter begin  himself.  There has been under hi.s regime a  lot of construction of wagon loads in  hisdistrict,upl,"ish creek from Lardeau,  for instance, over whicli a wagon  never yet went, and in and out round  the head of the Arm between Lardcnti  and Thomson's Landing, over which  nothing ever yet went at all, except  some unfortunate,' who had lost his  would ' tliropi:-t������,   Kellie  and   Coursier.  j.i expending   it,   for   the  benefit   of  Of i .-.ulferirig rr.iiiifry. And the qii"M.iou  " Who i.s de Doaid of a Trade?" is  again ringing through the st recta. As  a matter of (old fact if it.had not. been  for Kellie's sudden opposition to an  expenditure, for which he has from  time lo time voted in the house aud  for which he is on his own .statement  perfectly willing to voto again next  session, work on the wagon road  would by this lime be in full swing  and the workingmen of this place be  reaping the benefits of the expenditure.  t  ���������-Advertising is like learning���������"a  little is a dangerous thing."--P. T.  B "irnu'iiiv  FARM   FOR   SALE CHEAP.  Composed of 010 neres, JOO nrre������ under crop.  200 neres bottom land unbroken and well  adapted for grnss growing; two larKG irrigation  flltcht'H, in good repair:'dunned % mile from  OkiimiKfin lalce; splendid" * uit growing locality; all kinds of fruit now bt-nrinj:; particnlnr-  ly adapted for stock raiding.���������one of the best  ranges in tlie province Ilouse, stable nnd  other outbuildings; n bountiful stream running through ihe pi-we,���������itbinidnnce of irout.  Kami all fenced. Stork: ���������!<������ bend horses. 1."0  h'-nd cattle. Wwmon. sleighs, mowing mn-  '-hino, two l.or������e r������kes, u complete mil Hi of  farming ut'.n"iK Also un Interest in wharf,  12miles front Peaebland. ft mining town on the  lake and "������ miles from the well known fruit  fnrm on '1 rout crei'k. J)allv stcamb-mt con-  nwtion. A paradi-i* for KportMiien, plenty of  wild trame. Trice: t\n per acre, including  crop, *io������--k and Implements. Inrjuirc or write  lO (rAJlNFTr fil.OTHKl:H. I'OIltlf'tOli, It. ...  J\>i.���������yf mile from wluirf,���������on mup known as  Uurclay \Vharf. SO ."A  TO CLEAR OUT  the stock of J. Alkenbead .t Co., composed of  Watches, Jev/ellery and  Silverware /-,  wf have reduced prlc.-s of ������ame to apinall rer-  ''���������Mitagc nt-ov co"!. nnd will continue felling  ni .-vduc-rl price until .Inly*.-". We uI������-o make  n. specialty of   Watch Repairing......  f*nch Job bfirnc thoroughly repaired' and guaranteed for 12 months. "No cure, no pny.  .Mailorders promptly  attended  ty,  nnd  express paid one way.  E. M. ALLUM.  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  Front Street. Revelstoke.'  For The Choicest  and Best  Fruits and  Confectionery  Cigars and  Tobaccos  . . TRY . .  MRS. W.J. L2EE'S STORE  JIcKl~SZII~ AVKNUK.  Ico Cream I _irlor in connection.  ATTENTION  Watch atlention, careful, experienced, painstaking attention. Atlention tliat will keep its (ine  mechanism iu perfect condition.  Jt doesn't take much oil to make it  murk time, but it musl have that  mile and have it at the right time.  It is our business lo correct all  diilicuUies about u watch and make  it keep correct .miki. It is our ambition to add to the reputation we  thiuk we have, in no small measure  ������������������_-,ali,e������dy_eslablifehedof-doing-honoiit,_  thorough watch repairing. Urine"  your hick watch along. Work,  guaranteed.  Our repair department is in eharge  of, Jlr. K. K: Do vie, an expert in  English, Swiss an (I American watch  repairing.  Guy Barber*  Watchmaker and Jeiveler,  McKenzie Ave.   REVELSTOKE.  i-i-  >*���������  ���������s-  *���������  ti.=ir_^  ���������5-  ���������5-  *���������  *���������  *?-  *���������  <i-  >{.  *  .'f������.y.-^..y..j.^..^������.y.^.������i.^.������y.,j..^..^������^.^.^..y,.y..'y.^.^*^,^.^  Miss Steele  Teacher of Music, Latin, French. Pencil  Drawing, i.uudscaiic and Figure in black unit  colored crayons, Oil and Water Color on canvass, silk, satin, etc. Fvening.clii-Jses in Knglish branches and ninlliemntlcs. Studio,  S..mi r.Wf.K.  4-l"i"_'^-l'_"t"l"l"i"l'"t'i"t'I"i"i"i"l_"t"i"H"Jr'i'  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  i  A. h. holdich  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Koval School of Mines, London.    Seven years  nt. 'Jtorfa  Works,   Swansea.     I"   years  Chief  r:heinist   to Wigan Coal and Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late Chemist and Assayer, Hnll Mines. Ltd.  Claims cxamincd'snd reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  Ketail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Ete.  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  MnS&. RBtfEIfSSOEE, B.C.  The Revelstoke Street Car  Company. .  The Revelstoke Street Car leaves  Victoria Hotel for Station at 9, 10,  11, 12, 2, 3. 4. 5. 8 and 0 o'clock.  Leaves Station for Victoria Hotel at  0.30. 10.30. 11.30, 12.30, 2.30, 3.30, 4.30,  5.30, 8.30, 9.30.  FARE, io CENTS,  j. V. PERKS, .     . Proprietor.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  GRILLROOMand  RESTAURANT.,  OPEN ALL NIGHT.  ������ d. V. PERKS, Prop.  ���������5"  ���������J-  >$���������  *  -**���������  I Chubb & Booth  ^-"li*,,^-^'i''^,^t*l*^"^<i-,-'i������-"t"^  *  *���������  *  >r  *  ij.  *���������-  ���������{���������  ���������J-  *  ������i������  Contract  "House  Painting.  ���������5<  -i<  4"  +  ���������St  ���������5"  4> -      -  * ���������  ~  ���������n  * SIGN PAINTING, TINTING,  ? HARD OIL FINISHING.  -i>    ���������_ li  | ...Revelstoke, B. C.  ���������W'H'������'-i''l-'i''MM-l-'H'**;H''F*1i-*f-lH_������'  ' (1

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