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 //  ���������?  '??  -ISSTJE3D   TWICE-A-WEEK ��������� ���������WEX53iT_3SX)_A_-_rs   -AltTID    S.A.TTT:H,:D.A.YS-  Vol. III.    No.  48.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, JUNE 10,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  \**������**������������*^j*j*j*j&������*������&**mhh^^  .,, Il'JlJjJC-jrii *t.  I  You will be able  to pick up  bargains here on  Monday  ^.PSzj 1j'w sMfrrir'' r. ������������������  "������������������''lubir'.-inr^'  1=  n,,...'jPUi'1upi....,h  Every  counter  brimming  over with first I  class goods  -'-���������" :i.]rji:r}\:t"'-i"  i    '���������'  I Big Bargains in Muslin Underwear  . ..FIRST FLOOR.. .  WOMEN'S  MUSLIN  GOWNS  Made in the  Hubbard,  Empire or  Gretehen  Style*  Tr i 111111 c a i 11  handsome cm-  li r o i dory or  1 a c u, e x t r a  long anel wide  worth fl..!!)  SuIepriee.?l.lH)  WOMEN'S.  I'ETT'.COATS.  Trimmed iu  li a 11 d s 0 in e  Torchon Lace  Insertion and  Ldjte or Fine  Em broidery  Klou ncc. niaile  in Spanislfor  U m li r 1) 1111  -style, extra  rullle,    worth   fl '���������*���������"���������  up to fl.".., Sale l'rice..  WOMEN'S   FINE   MUSLIN   nilAWEi'P made  . with a cluster of flue-tucks with live Inch  rullle, Voke band.   Worth il.as..   Sale Price.  Ladies' Sailer Hats  ON" MONDAY  mornliii; we ������ill  inaugurate,   our  t; r a n el 1,1 u n e  Clearance, Sale  * of. Sailor  'Hat-,  when   ,wc    will  offer one entire  line., of   Ladies'  .Sii'lors   nt   only  - thr      I* o r m e r  prices ��������� ranged  irom'?!; to $l._B.  ART '-  LMHROIPEllY  DEl'AltTMENT..  Iii������ Uarpains  for  Mondnv  llenutifiil    lloie-  ere I Art Ticking  Table Covers in  different  colors,  size "It*. \.'le_, never  for  los-, than   "fie.   Hig Special Moneluv  each c������. -lUe".  Also a lot of FrinEOil liun'au  Scarfs in all  Linen, always sold ior "So. _ith this lot.  Another Lot of New American  Shirt Waists  35 about-   i*        TEN DOZEN   IN ALL*   ALL   I-  LATEST   STYLES   will be placed on sale  Monday nt Bargain  Prices     A $1.75 Parasol for One Dollar  Summer Wash Fabrics  From S a.m. to 7 p.m. on  Monday every available  .spuce will be crowded  wilh a happy throngr of  enthusiastic shoppers.  Summer Wash Goods  are closing the IjiitKC'st  business of thc -year.  Cottons vie with silks  in lhe (treat race for  supremacy. The vast-  ni'ss of tlio stock unil  the littleness, of Its  prices are hard to real-  . izc     COME    \NI)       SEE    THEM .'   Some.Big Bargains in Ladies'  Dress Skirts  .. .FIRST FLOOR .:.  About 75 in all, New York Tailor Made Press  Skirts   in, figured Mohair,    Lustre,   I'ique,  Crush, etc., 2.1 onlv, to clear at S-."U each  ���������il onlv to clear at .' :..V!M each  luonlv to clearac ' 7.. si ai each  15 only to clear at .'...��������� SL -���������*' eae-h  These quotations nre only about one third  the regular values of these -.kins.  Men's1 Furnishings  . . MAIN FLOOR . .  M E N ' S 1" I N E  Kiigllsli Halbric-  (fim .shirts and  Drawers 111 lonjr  s!ec\i)s. Sizes :',2  to III inch. Iteii-  uliii'?I.Ki per suit  to-clear at per  Suit ,..-:.lc.  Men's I'.lack and  ���������fan line -Maeo  Cottonllalfllose  ex t rn do 11 bio  heels and soles,  llerinsdorf's fast  d\e. nebular,  ���������llie*. pair, to clear   .'  _1c  Men's White Pique Puff and  l~i\ni'y How Tits.  I   itegularollc., to clear, each _3c.  Men's Silk and Satin Jlnivs in1 l'micy (;hecks,  stripes and spot... l'es-'iiliir, .lUc, to clear,  each tine.  White Garments for Men. and  Boys..  MEN'S TINE WHITE  DUC1C COATS, Ivory  II ut tons, Double Stitch eii  Senilis, nent titling and  noil finished, .sizesSB to  10, fast. Regular ?1.  Special value $2.'27i  {ANOTHER I'AKASOL CHANCE FOR TIIE  LADIES ON MONDAY AT A SAVING OF  ONE THIRD THE USUAL PRICE .......  I Ladies- Silk nntl Linen I'nriu-ols, steel Rod and  Frame. Fiincv Handle's. Worth in the rcu-  lnr w ny ?_!.l)0.   Special $1 2,1  MEN'S FINE WHITE  D II 0 K. 1> A N T S, good  welcht, side and hip  pockets, eut and made in  the latest style, strap at  hack and keepers for  licit. Ktssnliir, *'���������!..-���������)  value; special ?2 00  Hoys'     Two,   Garment  American Duck Washing  Suits,   Sailor  mouse,   trimmed    with    Uraul.  First   Class Washing   material. '  Regular   $2.  Special, Monday jl on  Corset Department  .V) Pairs Corsets, in  Grey only���������all sizes-  worth fl .'_������_., to clear at  per pair 50c.  . - r-  'i'i pairs Summer Corsets in White onlv.  Regular. $1 00 per pair.  Value special 7oc.  @     *  Pretty Sun Bonnets  For the Little Tots, in stj Ies that lhey like nnd  prices that will Mirprisc iiarent.*. bv their  littleness.  Ladies' Wrappers  COSTUMK DEPARTMENT��������� 1st floor  f&  1.1 onlv���������LADIES'   AMEIII  CAN PERCALE WRAPI'ERS  ill good colorings, to clear  at each $1 as  *i only���������LADIES' AMERICAN I'EUOA I.E WKAI'I-hits  111 light nnd dark colors. To  clear at each  ?1 7.  &'  Summer Dress Goods'and Silks  -There's fas.  ���������'illation for  every lady  in tiie nice-  11 e s ,s n n il  p r I c e s of  these duinlv  S U M M E it  DKESS........  GOODS   mid enthusiasm for us  in the filer e a s i n g  \ olinne of  sales. Monday morni'.:  will inaugurate a tremendous .sale of no\  nt uninatchtiblc price.-. *    -  elties  Women's     Summer -   Shoes���������  Very Cheap  The cheapness is in tho price. Tlio shoos nre  some 01 tlie best we Imve in the Department  Ail bountiful goods und ns gooel us thev nre  good looking Ver> stylish, too. nnel 'right  np to date at |2 a pair, 'ihe Shoe section  should be eTowdeel with cnger buiors on  -Monday morning.  Ladies' Vests  For warm weather���������although Ihoprlcosmight  lead you to think these were clearing lines  at tlie ond of the season instead of nt the  llrst.  LADIES' Vests mndo of Fine nibbed Cotton,  color white, neck trimmed linish witli Ribbon.   Regular price .Tic.   Sale price .... 2.1c.  LADIES' VESTS made of Fine Ribbed Cotton,  color unbleached.   Regular, 20c.    On salo 2  Belts! '   Belts!!  at Button Counter ' -  Ladies' E\-trn Fine Ucndcd EInslic Belts and  Best Elastic.   They come in  Black, nctuallr  ���������worth-*I .UO-eachT    Kp~~ici.ri SaleTonl v_eiicir   ' Wc.'  Ladies' Leather Belts, all sizes.  Special Sale, eaeh   Regular'15c.   25c.  Special Lot of Samples  Of Colored and White Quilts, Jlnth Towels,  Toilet Covers, Table Covers, Mats, Doylies,  etc. Clearing at less than manufacturer.-,1  cost price.  Hardware Department  . .'ABOUT  REFRIGERATORS . .  No Housekeeper should do without a good '  Refrigerator and at our prices it is possible '  for every household lo be supplied. Wo '  recommend THE MODEL. Its record shows it '  to ba the best in the market. It is nir tight''  and is easily kept clean. It has a pence! '  circulation of air and saves much in the use'  of ice.   Our prices range from f15 to fan 1  EVERY GOOD THING  PERTAINING TO ICE)  CREAM FREEZERS IS USED IN TIIE  White Mountain Freezer!  IT EXCELS ALL OTHERS  Price���������2qt..  :-.<lt..  "       4.,t..  r.ot..  10 tjt.   S2 .vi   n no   3 .in   4 uo   7 00  Y  m  Wholesale  and  Retail   General  Merchants.  Revelstoke - Nakusp - New Denver .,       - Burton City  ��������� 2 |[  THE MINERSM/IEW OF IT  An Able Exposition ol the   Eight Hour  Question From the Miners' Stand Point.  "I have no hesitation in saying the  Nelson and Slocan miners' unions will  not iictepl, the reduced scale ot wanes,  of .$15 for the new eight, hour shift,  olfered hy the; mine owners."  Tims said James Wilkes, traveling  organizer of the Western Fetloralieni  of Miners for British Columbia and lhe.  Stale of Washington. "And the re-  sult will hu a lockout, nr strike ns you  have a mind to call it."  Such was his lei si* reply to the  Spokesman-Review Sandon' correspondent's inquiry for some delinile  statement, ns to what tho miner's  unions were going to do.  "I mn inclined to think that (he  public mind is possessed nf an ex-  imgeriiteil idea of the seriousness of  the present, situation. My imprcssinn  is that there will he no trouble in any  part of the province, cxcepling possibly  Nelson and Slocnn districts, und in the  Inttor tunny mines will he shut, down  for a few weeks, ns they usually do ni  this season of the year, owing to difficulty encoiititeri'd bv reason of surface  water Hooding t.he inner workings.  "The proposition of the owners 'of  Nelson and the Slocan lo reduce the  wages tn g3 per dav.is. in my opinion,  a mnst, iinreiisonabli'one. fnr the reason  thnt it is ndtnit.ted that the men will  accomplish niore in proportion to the  bourse worked in an eight-110111' day  than thoy will in a ten-hour day. It is  also a well-known fact, that out, of ten  hours the men were required to to stay  in the mines in the past, probably less  than nine hours wero actually e-on-  siimed in labor. This implies particularly to Nel������on and Slocan. where it is  all practically manual labor, very low  machines being used.  "Further, the eight hour work,, day  will only reduce the woi king hours eif  anv 1111111" working two shifts from 19  lo 1(1'hours-hee-anse uniler the ten  hour systoni.nightshifts were required  to work onlv nine 'Jiours���������instead of  from 20 to 16 hours..ns i.s most generally supposed. 1  "Keepins* these well known and admitted facts always in mind, is it not  fair and reasonable to suppose thai  equally gooel results, can ho obtained  under'the eight, hour system of the  fiir.111 ens uns ever.jaccnniplished in  the past by the...ten hour system?  Why is it. that, the coal miners, work  only, eight, hours~(iti the province?  Because.-ns their-managers will tell  yon. better and more .satisfactory results can be secured by the eight hour  system th-ti'i by the'ten.  ,  "Apart friini thisr.nssuuiing for the  purposes of discussion, 'the mine  owneis would suffer a slight loss as a  vi'siilt of the initiation'of tlie it-form.  I' .un' miwilliug "tii -ntlniit/'tliat t.he  inines of-,t'ne district; presumably tlie  richest silver-lead producers-"of tlie  world, are operated at' Such, a small  margin of profit lhat'a very material  red net inn in ��������� wages is ��������� iiece.ssii.il e<l.  It is a .significant, fact, thnt. the entire  opposition lo the eiuht hour movement comes Irom 'tlie'U'oiiiiniinilii.'S  that have not given Hie principle a  fair trial, nnil on the other hand those  that, instantly complied with lhe 1-iw  have not. at least, to my knowledge,  made any expression of dissatisfaction  at. the results achieVed: nml in conjunction nith this, the f.tt-t. that the  War Eagle mine al Rossland, one of  the largest employers of labor, managed by J. B. Hastings, known  throughout lhe west ns a prominent,  and successful mining 111,111. has adopted lhe eight-hour principle of their  own accord, more than twelve months  before the law e-oinpellijd them to do  so, is-the strongest argument lean  submit in support of our contention.  "I nlso helieve thnt considerable on-  position to this reform ironies from  people who elo more mining with the  pen limn pick and drill.-and is in some  cases inspired by political bias and  piojudice. It is surprising to think so  much opposition should be forthceim-  iug to a leform which means  so much  to the improvement of the labori'is of  this province without 11 corresponding  loss tei their employers.  "In my opinion $3.r,l) per day is not  too much pay I'or good miners "in this  country. Neither do I think that  good miners will work for less."  THE CITY_COUNCiL  Meet and  Discuss a Variety of Rather  Dry Topics.  The city council met-last night, all  the members being present.  After lln; minutes inul been read and  passed the' following ceiininiinicatioiis  were rend: An invitation fiom the  cily e-lfi k of Nelson to the council to  attend die celebration on .lune 30th,  July 1st and Ihei. lo whiih tho clerk  was instructed to send a suihilile leplv;  an olfer friiiii the 1. O. O. V. lo let the  lower Ilnor of Iheir building to the  council for $33) a year, referred'tn  public works committee; fi mil the  Revelstoke Water. Light, <fc Power Co.  expressing their intention to extend  the mains ut 11 cost of $10,000 and  unking if the city wished to purchase  stock to that 11111011111, referred to  finance committee.  The finance committee repent ed that  they hnd fceen the local newspaper  proprietors nnd obtained prices for  printing bylaws and debentin es. The  Herald aiid the Mail joint, louder on  printing the by-laws.and tenders from  the Herald $35, Mail $32, for printing  debentures, were read. The report  was referred back   to  the  committee.  The Public Wcnks committee, reported li'ceiiiimeneling that the city  procure copies of the live different  pl.ins of Revelstoke: that, S10 be paid  to the Department of the Interior "foi  the patent of the public park, and that  King st. between Douglas and George,  Georae street between King nnd  Ilaiison, Hanson between George ami  Douglas be cleared at 11 cost of ij.G0.  that a cedar drain lie put in from a  point on Second street l)etwe"ii Campbell and C'oiiuaught Ave. to McKenzie  Ave., and along Me-Kenzie to Victoria  road and along Victoria ro.ul to a  point near the C. P. B. w.-iteftank.  Adopleel.  ��������� The Fire. Water and- Light commiltee recommended Mie installation  six additional hydrants.    Adopted.  Bylaws No. 13 and 15 were finally  adopted and passed.  Aid: Kilpatrick inquired whether  the fees for licenses during the first  six months of the year were, going to  be collecteel or not. The feeling of thc  council seemed to be against collecting them  Aid. Wells asked what was going to  be done about appointing a policeman.  The Mayor said thut he was wailing  tn get Aid. Kilpatrick in town before  he called a meeting of the police coin-  iiiissioners.  ' Aid. Gi'.thamo .raised, the question.  of -the, scavenger." * Aid'.'-McKechnie  said that ifiit. were, the': intention to  i-.-nry nut Hi. bylaw stiictly it would  be better to..appoint 11 scavenger, if  not it wonldbe i-lic.ipei to license one,  two or half a dozen scavengers and let.  them iniike*'"a bargain with the citizens.  The Mayor was in favor of giving  licenses. Aid. Buiwti asked if the  river could lie.'used Ior a, dumping  gmiitid. The clerk was instructed to  call fnr tendeis for the position* of  citv scavenger.        . ' ,  Const. McRae ask the council to pay  for the keep"of a prisoner.  The council adjourned.  The Country Needs It.  D. R. Young and R.B. Dixon, of the  Koolenay Mining Standard; were in  town tin Thursday with'their photographer artist. Mr. Carpenter, to write  up and illustrate the -.town for the  July number of lhe Stand.ird, whicli  will form lhe most comprehensive and  accurate handbook lo We>sl Kootenay  yet issued. Ah edition-ot 20.000 copies  will be struck otf for the Old.- Country  and of lO.(XX) copies for Canada. Thc  number i.s being got out in London  and will be of the highest class of  typographical excellence.  Who is dc Board of a Trade ?  The following extract has been taken  trom the president's  address given   in  the   aniitin!   report,   of  the  Board   of  Trade of London, Out., since it appears  10 be of application outside of London:  "In conned ion with this question  it mny not be deemed out of place on  my part to answer a question nut in-  fiequently asked of me during mv  term of otllee, viz: -Who comprise  I he Hoard of Ti-.ide ?' and also 'Of what  use is it from a business standpoint?'  "Regatding the first interrogatory,  1 di'siie to say that the membership  roll includes nearly nil the leading  iiiiinufacltilers, merchants iinel business men nt the city, whose sole object  in associating together is the benefit  of London 11s a trade centre.  "The statistics lo be presented by  the sevfetarv. and to which I will refer  them for au answer, will attest the importance'of such a body, .showing a������  they unmistakably do, the vast, inrei-  esls under lhe conl roi nnd guidance of  them umbers of the hoard.  Not, a few men occupying public  positions, wlio ought to know better,  look upon thu boanl of trade much as  a "frid," where a number of men without any particeil.ir'aim iu view meet  together and exchange opinions more  in a spirit of mutual admiral inn than  in the consideration of atraits affecting the business interests and commercial welfare of the city.  "Some of them seem quile anxious  at times, however, especially when any  knotty question requiring practical  application .mil solution comes before  them, to invoke tlie assistance of lending members of the self-same board,  unci even go so far as to name certain  officers thereof on their commit tees  without, asking the permission/if. or  even consulting I he niembei s. It need  scarcely be added that such unwarrantable assumption of authority met.  with the rebuff at the hands of the  Board which it so richly deserved.  "While biilh ollicers and members  will be only too glad 10 render e-very  assistance in Iheir power to advance  and further the legitimate business  interests of London, they desire it to  be distinctly iiiidersteioel that  there  is  11 proper medium through wliich com-  miiriic.itions will bii..received, and if  deemed prudent, considered anil acted  upon, tree from anv sinister influences  or reasons other than the welfare of  the business community, whom lhey  so largely represent fiom the most  unselfish motives.  You will, I am sure, pardon -this  seemiiigdigression. Had it not been  for the alluost contemptuous manner  in whicli the question was put to me  it might have been passed over in  silence. But I felt it dm; to those who  hy I heir piesence and iiieuns sustain  sue-li .-in institution, that an answer  should be made without., any les.-rva-  lion as to whom it offended or whose  ������e'V>liiigs,_ might _liij.Jiiirt.Uv refetence  thereto."  -   ,���������       --, .  "      --.---���������  The Duncan City Pass - Litigation  --1 i  'The iiieuirien'- 111 connection vvith  the injunctions reslrai:>ing the Knsln  and Lu-dei-Dutican and the Arrowhead iiiidKiiotenay railway companies  from constructing-their rivi.li rail way  lines thiough the. Duncan City pass  were heaid before - Justice- Di-.ike  Thursday. The '.J 11 teres ts, of the  Arrowhead and Kootenay company  were looked after by E. P. Davis," the  Canadian Pacific Railway (.ompany's  solicitor at Vancouver, while 15. V".'  Bodwell presented 'the reuse of, the  Kaslo and Lardeaii-Dutican Company.  There are enough engineers in the city  in at.tendanc-e on the case to build a  transcontinental railway.,   ,  -   '     The Silver Shield a Shipper  'A. W. Mcintosh and J. I_Woodrow.  Ihe owners of ,the . Silver Shield 01 r*  Keystone'Mt... coiilemplate^mnking a  trial shipment of a car load -'of' ore  from thc'cluiin to the _TrniM smelter.  The Silver Shield is a silver-lead proposition, averaging about 100 to the  ton in all.  -ARE   NOW'  TO   BE FOUND-  THE  The Complete List Can Be; Obtained on Application  to  Consumers' Wholesale Supply Store  'i"Wri"l"l"t'i"r-I,+'l"i"i"jH'  Mail  Orders  Promptly   .  Attended  To.  ���������f":M"l"I-I"I"I-'H'A*'H"i-+  Our price list is worth studying, and it is of groat interest to  the Consumer because it shows what the best of poods are  honestly worth. , We carry* a complete stock of Staple and  Fancy Groceries;' Teas, Coffees. Spicps, Dried Fruits. Etc.,  and we have only one price list in which tlie prices are based  on the lowest figure that goods can be sold for  Special" Quotations  Given   on   Large, Quantities.      Estimates   Furnished Promptly.     Special  Attention  Given to   Large Orders for the Entire Supplies for Hotels, Boarding  Houses,   Camps  and   Mines.  ^RITB    POK    OTTIEL    OATALOGT7E    TO  ��������� E. APPLETON Company,   REVELSTOKE, B. C  BOARD JJF TRADE  Another   Offer  to   Build  a  Steamer on  the Upper River  The most generally interesting piece,  of business  transacted  by   the   executive council of the  board  of  trade  on  Thursday evening was the discussion,  of a letter from   S.  Philbv.  Stands  &.;  Co.,   nf   Gieat   Falls,   Montana,   who ���������  made inquiries reginding the  price  of.  lumber here and  the current   of the.  river, as  they  contemplate,   if  everything is favorable  putting a steamer,  01 feet long with nn IS foot  benin,   on  the upper river.  It hnd  been   expected  that   J.    M.  Kellie, M.P.P.. would have   been   pre-,  sent with  some   further   information  with   regard   to   the   canyon    wagon  road.    He was not present," hut   the  secretary reported  having received a -  visit from bim during the course   of  the previous afternoon, the purpose of , ,  which   visit  had    apparently, been   to  leave a verbal message ,wjth llie secretary   In   the  effect that the canyon  wngon road   would  not* be   built.    J.  Aiii-ahanison had also  beet)   entrusted,  with  a  message   for  the  great  Pooh .  Bah to that effect from   delivery   to  the. board.    The council, however"  refused to pay  any  attention   to  these .  vagne nnd unreliable  rumors, and directed tlie secretary   to wire  Hon. F. -.  Carter-Cotton,   requesting    11   definite  answer  to   their   telegram, of a  fort- ,  night ago asking for-information with .  legard lo the intentions of the govern- ,  ment.  in   this   matter   nf   the   wagon  rond to the bend of the canyon.  __ The Eight Hour' Law  It seems a  very   iiiitortun'ate  thing  that the   mines  at  Slocan .are   being  closed  on   account, of   the  eight-hour  law.    An nrtii'Ip in  a recgnt   issue  of  the Sandon Paystreak shows  that   np  to the time when it wits'printed,   over  500 hundred  men   hatl   been .paid  off.  These men were getting $21.50 a week,  which   acgregntecl   ������12,250    a     week,   :  nearly all of wliich was., spent,  in. and-,  about Sandon. "Besides this there was '*  a  large steady-'outlay,.for   stores   ot"  various kinds..' This amount .is  taken   ,  directly  out  of   the   business  of   the  place, and hei.v lnngatime 111 ustelapse,  before it is paid out,again   we do not,  nor does anyone  else . know..   This is  the result of hasty, demagogic  legisla- ������  Mon.   if the miners hiid petitioned the-  legislatuie   for-redress,   if   they , hnd  mntle any public representations  Hint  they were being overworked or mieler-  pntil. if they   had   pietendeel   to   show  that the  mine, owners -could   jusb,os  well pay  theni-the Siiime. timniint\of-,  wages for ���������*ihe'''.shoi-t-"dnv*: us "for'" the ���������  longer oped he case." woulil ".be. differ--  ent.    But* nothing of- this   sort-was  done.'   ThV-.law ,was .,passed  .without3  constiltir.g the.m or any cine else-inter-  ested'nnd the .result" is  a  loss   to   all  cnnceriied.   The mine.rs nijc *lhe  most  serious losers, because they  lose" their,  livelihood; the .mine  owners in   most  cases  wiil -not -be .materially .inconvenienced by* the closing of-the niines.  What loss they" may.-siisUain' will   be  divided'mnoiig a muiiiier. but when  a  laboring man is thrown out of his  job  he has to bear the burden  .alone.    The  worst enemies of working men arc the '  agitators. .....' ���������      ���������  :*-.\'  Dr.. T. W. Jeffs Gone to Vancouver,  It. is with great, regret thnt the-  Hekald announces the'..dep.triiire. of  Dr. Jeffs from town. Well liked and  respected by nil and a man of progressive and energetic ideas, - Dr. Jeffs  was .-"/-.valuable citizen whom Revel-  sluke can ill spare. The Orange Lodge,  or-which".he was-.a prominent nnel  active nieniber. ihe Libei al-Conserva-  tive association, of .which he was  piesident;-' and- the .Presbyterian  cbiirch congregation of whicli he was-'  a sincere and valued member, and the  St. Anilrew's Society, will all regret  his lt><*s, "while Mrs. JetTs will he-  greatly missed among lrer numerous.  "t'ircle"of"frie"iids-r_"Th^HEK~:-I.b"Tvi;slie������~*  the doctor and his emiahle family  every.kind "of .prosperity, and hnppi-  ues's'in th"eir*ncw place of residence.  The Slocan Closed Down  . The Mist ninve among mine owners  nnd miners in reference to the eight'  hour shift has been made ,in most of  the mines, and nearly all.the miners  have come "elown "the bill." Th������  Slt'cnn Star. ��������� the Whitewater Deep,  and one or two,.as yet, smaller propositions in the Slocan. and the Broken  Hill Co. nml Pot-lei Rico at Ymir, are  about all- that, have...signified their  intention of paying $3.50 for an eight  hour elay. In all the towns are numbers of. idle-men, biit.there K no sign,  of any demonstration. Some of the  men here intend seeking wtuk in the  mines of Idaho. Montana and Colorado  and a few left Inis morning for Michigan. Of- the' men now idle a gr������.i_  ir.Hiibci- have assessment work lo do  and others will ge. on the "hills prospecting, thus leaving,.but few gooel  men out of. employment.���������Prospector.  E-y-e-s Frontl  The Revelstok. Rifle Co. turned out .  to drill em Wednesday evening twenty- ;  two   strong,   with   Capt.   Taylor and *-  Lieut.I Upper   in" charge.1, .After  an -  hinii- of good steady drill the.company .  innrclied from the drill grotindsjn lhe  piihlic'srhonl yuiel to  the court.hotise. *  wheie part nf the uniform   was given ,'  out.    The JniHti.Hiien have at Inst been  given   some  encouragement;   enthusiasm has taken  the  plain  of iiuliflVr- .  enc>vsi><th.-iJ now good; results may be t  expected.  . Wednesday evenings  fiom .  7 to S p. m. sh.-ti-p has been   selected ns I  drill   prat-tire, s The.   boys,   in   seitner .  cases, need a little-"fixiii",but practice  will help- some.  Polok v. Polok  This was an action brought in the  Supreme Court ef-British Columbia  hy Steven Polok,. section foreman of  Twin Butte for a declaration that the  marriage betweeajhihiself and Johanna  Polokovne inril'Sfiibvoid on thegtxiund  that-n<?hamns weVe'.'published, and-no  licensed-issued. ''JFfie- action came ion  for tiffin Victol-ia' on- "������th ,111st: ,ap<l  judgmehh.was.'nki-'iioum-rd in favor__ji_F.  the plaintiff;' declaring the maiTia^e',  null and void. J. M. Scott f������E *th_-  plaintiff.  mam Revelstoke   Herald  PubUihed In Interests o  K������ve'������ oV������.   Lardran. BIr Bend, Trout Lake  Illietllewaet, Albert Canyon. .lordan  ru aud Kaele l'aes IlUtrioM.  A   JOHNSON Proprietor"  A. .Scittl-lVrekly Journal, published In the  Internal* ot R-.eh-tO-e and the HUrroU-dlnK  nstrict, Wednesdays i������ud -Ulurdajo, m___~B  :lc__at connectlona nitti all li alns.  .-dvertlsuift Raiea : Oiap'ar ade. II.w ppr  ������jluninliicli.<2.U-per Inch when lii8>.rii:elou tit lo  l-aye- LuK-l acie. l'-o I).-r loonpRrnll) line for  tint l-wrtl.'O : 80 tor ea -h ndditlutiftl Insertion.  Reading notices, I60 psr linr each i������������ue. Bljh.  ���������_arn������������o_-id lleath noiiwj*. rree.  S_b_r.riptton Itatoa: By mail or carrier. ?Z uu  per annum :  |1." _i tor six luuntlis, strictly in  our Job Department: lur. Hiuui.n Job  Department iu ono of tho oeut equipped  prinlin j otllee- in West Koolenay. nnel la pro-  l_reu u> execute all kinds ot priuUrK in nrst  class style al honest prices One price to all.  Vo Job 100 large���������none too small���������foruB. Ji*u  orders promptly attended to. Glvu us a irlai  on yonr next tird^r. ' .  To Correspondent*: Wo lm correspondence on any subject ot interest v> the general  public, anei desire a rcllabl' regular corros-  londent tn every local!" surrounding  Kevelstoke. In all cases the bona ildi; namu  0' lhe writer mustRcoom. any manuscript., out  . 01 necewarily lor publlcatio..  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko, 8. C  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  The West: It is said that "Pat"  Burns, tho woll known Alborta cattlo  man, is attempting to get a "corner"  on thc Yukon cattle trade by purchasing ull the meat interests in  Victoria. Ho practically controls thc  beef business in tho Kootenay  nnd already has large interests both in  thc Yukon and at Atlin. Mr. Burns  was woll known in Regina at ono  time, having had the contract for  supplying beef to thc men engaged in  tho coiUtriictioii of tho Prince Albert  branch. He is reputed to be onc of  the wealthiest men in "Western  Canada anil ho has mado most of his  money among tho ca,ttlo ranges ol"  Alberta." Yes, and a good many  stock raisers in Alberta have mado a  gooel deal of their money out of the  same -'Pat" Burns, who bought, their  cattle at fair prices before there was  any competition in the caltle  ness.  busi-  Wcstoni Golf recommends the following code: 1���������Play golf. '1���������  Absorb the rules. 3���������Say liothlujj  but saw wood. 4���������Remember that  the caeldlo knows a little. 5���������Do not  instruct the professional. 6���������When  tho llask is unscrewed turn your back  on your friend. 7���������Never throw the  club after the bull. S���������Before handing in vour score find out what the  chap multiplies by. 9���������Stand in the  centro of the water hazard to argue.  10���������-Count 100 before you swear, theu  mako up for lost time. 11���������Have all  your pockets built far pints. 12���������  Play more golf.  WCTITE.  GWILL'M & SCO  CHURCH   DIRECTORY  METHODIST UnUKOil ��������� Revelstolce.  Pioachlng services al 11 a.m. and 7:ai)  p.m. Class meeting at lhe closo ot the  morning service. ��������� ahbath School and Bible  Class ut 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday ernnlng at 7:30 p.m. The  publio are cordially Invited.   Seats treo.  HEV. S. J. THOMPSON,.Pastor.  ("-HURCH    OF     ENGLAND-St.  "���������'   Kevelftoke    Hours of'service:  PETTIPIECE'S  1899  Directory  and Map  1. All .s.j)ndence    mint    bu    leglb'.y  ���������rrili ni nn   n   ...ue ot the paper only.  J. Corre*pcideace ciii.io.iiitiiis' personal  mailer mil.'ilbesiKUCi! willi M.-s pr 1 <*��������� ""'���������  ct the writei.  i. . oneouocdence with rc-fcrenco to uny  :biog that na* appeared lu unother paper  euu.it flr>t be ofleroo for publication lo thai  taper beloie It can appear 111 Tine ll-KALD.  Redistribution   as   they   have   it   in  Ontario    means     that     Kent.      with  31.835  peoplo has      throe      members,  while Hamilton with 52,219 has two,  52,219 has two.  r.arristers,   Solicitors,   'Notaries Public.  Ktc.  Taylor Itlock. McKiiin-.io Avenue,  elstnke Station.  Mntiov To  ijiiiin.  ���������\Vhil. .. J.  M.   Scott,  13.A.,  Q.  <J. L. L,  V. Ij. GwilliiVi.  IIAKVEY & McCARTER  \Y.  Itov-  B.  SATURDAY.  JUNK  10.  18S9.  Tlio Toronto Mail aptly sums up tho |  siluation with regard to thc so called I  report on the Yukon     administration  when   it says:       "The report Ogilvin j  makes  of  tho   Yukon      investigation |  bears out the popular impression with ���������  regard   to  that  inquiry.      That   par- 1  liamcnt will bo satisfied      wilh      tho j  futile investigation      wc      doubt, but  whether it is or not. tliero eun ho no  question as to what the opinion of the  country will be."  Ilarristurs.   Solicitors.   ISlc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan a.t S per cent.  Olllces:       Molsoiiii   Hank Block.  First Street,  Kevelstoke Station,  H. C.  ���������Peter's          Evening  prayor  dally  at 5 o'clock, Fridays at   7:30. .  -Undays and Festivals:'- Holy Communion at, 1  a.m., morning prayor at 11.   Sunday School  aud Bible Class at '2:30, ovoi.ing prny������-r ai 7:30.  First Sunday ln the month Holy Communion  at morulng services. ^_   PilKSBYTElUAN CHURCH���������Reyelstokc.  Her vice ever) Sunduy at 11 a.m. and 7:31)  p.m. Bib'o Cl.us at 2:W p.m., to which  ..11 aro wnleomo. Prayer tueeung ac B p.m,  every Wednesday.  KEV. T. MENZIE3, Peistor.  i; A J-A-i_k���������k-._>_L_  ammmmmmmfm-f-mmmwmmmmmmfmmmmt-  ������    THE MOLSONS BANK 1  fc Incorporated hy Act ov Pviilivmknt, 1855. ES  r HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL ;3  ROMAN   CATHOLIC   CHUROH���������Rovelstoko.     Mass   first and third Sundays in  month ac 10:30 a m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  SALVATION ARMY-Mectings every night  In their hall on Frttnt Streoc  DR. E. H. S. McLEAN.  Ollice   unci   llcsicluncc   two -iloors   east  of Cowan I Uncle.  Third   Streel,  Centre.  Niphl anil day culls attended le.  Telephon." connect ion.  EDUDDATIONAL CARD.  THE ALIEN LABOR LAW  A good many Canadians will bo surprised io learn lhat although an  alien labor law was passed by the  Canadian parliament, and although a  similar act passed by the United  States is being carried- out to tho  letter, Canada has no alien labor law  in operation at present,  Thc alien labor law was passed by  the Liberal government ostensibly for  the purpose of helping the Canadian  working man, but in order to please  their American friends, a proviso was  in_������rted that the law should not become operative unless and until tho  minister of justice said bo. Complaint tvas recently mado that aliens  were being brought into Canada under  contract and the mayor of Hamilton,  where the grievance existed, sent a  request to the minister of justice asking that the law be- put in force.  Hon. Mr. Mills has sent tho following  answer:  "The attorney general is not at liberty to give his assent to tho prosecution for tho infraction of the alien  labor law to which you' refer, an understanding having been reached last  summer by the international commissioners that the alien;labor law, until  the negotiations wero concluded,  should remain in abeyanco in Canada  in respect to persons coming from tho  United States, and in thc United  Slates in respect to persons going  . Thither from Canada. Until it is  shown lhat this understanding is not  observed by the Uniteel States officers,  no aciion can be taken hore."���������David  Mill's.  ���������mere would be not so*much objection to sue han agreement as this  provided both parties-'act up to it, but  every man who reads-the newspapers  in aware that Canadians are being  deported daily under the.. American  law. Quite recently Canadians wbo  went to- Buffalo were sent back, aud  only two or three days ago the despatches told of the case- of a bricklayer named Hunt who went over to  the other sido and was deported by  the notorious Do Barry becauso lib  look his lools with him.  The agreement to which Hon..David  Mills refers is being broken every day  by the United States, authorities. If  Mr. Mills doesn't know of it. he  should ask somebody to tell him  about it.  The Montreal board of trade has  passed7 strong resolutions condemning  the government for riot taking action  to secure insolvency legislation, and  expressing tho conviction that if the  government does not tako an early  opportunity to ensure tlio passage of  au insolvency act, the absence of such  a law will have a most unfortunatei  effect upon the commercial future of  this country, and that as in the past,  Canada will continue to suffer in the  opinion of other countries whose laws  secure justice to the creditors of an  insolvent debtor. And thc Montreal  board of trade is right.  r.ncil    drawing;,   black   and   colored  i crayons,   oil   and   water  color on   can-  I vass,   silk,   china,   etc.  I     Two hours weekly:  ?1  per timnlli.  I     I-iiRliMh      (evening      class),   li  hours  weekly,   ?S   por   mouth.       French,   two  hours   weekly,   ?l   per  monlli.      Latin,  lwo hours weekly.  $_  per  month.  Special   terms  lo families.  Address:       Miss       Steele,   McKenzie  Avenue,   opposite  Taylor   Block.  Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 1658.  Kcmilar meetings nre helel In thc  Oddfellows 11-11 on the third Friday  of eiie'h month at 7.30 p. ni.   Visiting  brethren i-oiillnllvinvited  W. G. Ilirucy, "W.M.- R. P. Pcttl  piece-, lte-c. Sec.-, Ilr. T. Jefl'x, Fin. See.; Thos.  Steed, Treasurer.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F.,No.346x.  Meets in thn Oddfellows' Hall on tho  2nd and 4th Fridays of  each month. Visaing  brethren invited to  attend.  lt. Campbell,   K.<I).  Chief Hanger.  .1. C. Johnson  llec.-Sec.  City of  Revelstoke  Kevelstoke���������������������������  The G-teway to the Wonder roll v  Rich Mineral District of North  Ivootenay and Canoe River.  The Suptily Point for the Big  Bend. Tront Luke, Lard^su,  Illecillewaet, Alhert Canyon,  Jordan Pass and Kngh Pais Districts. Businesh Men and Business Houses. The Name. Occupation and Residence of  every K'-alo Resident of the  City.  VOL. III.       -   May 1.  PRICE  FIFTY   CENTS  1--0II SALE AT ALL ROOKHKLL~~~~RS  Address���������  R.  P.  PETTIPIECE.  Revelstoke, B. C.  PAID lip OAPITAI.    ...       -     $2,000,000  REST FUND - - - -      $1,600,000  DIRECTORS: 'Wm.'Molson Maci-IK-BON, President; S. It. Ewmr,, Vt.ePrMlfl������nt<  W. M. K__������ay, Sahubl Finlkt, Hitmir Arciiibax,-, J. P. Clkubob.-,  H. MAItKI.A-ll Molbox.  F. Wokkkiiton Thomas, Genoral Manager.  A general banking business transacted,    Interest allowed at current  rates. J. D. MOLSON,  ..       MA-A0ER, KKVEL8T0RH, B.C.  These Are Facts  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS,  opened up by tho '  Mineral  ies  One of the great advantages ot  being an American war hero is lhal  ho can bo used for exhibition purposes when he returns home. Custom  Is rapidly formulating a schedule for  these exhibitions which runs something like this: For an overwhelming national outburst, Dewey; for interstate gatherings. Sampson. Schley.  Miles or Shatter;' for state fairs, any  brigadier general who has been tit tho  front: for county Tairs and bunfeetls.  Hobson; and for laying corner stones  nnd commencement exorcises, most  anvthing from a corporal to a colonel.  Thos.   R, Davey  Trout Lak-J City  Not 11 y Public Mining ard Real  Estate Broker and genernl Commission Agent. Mines reported on and  IS-titiiates given for work. Latest reliable info 1 irntirii r.s lo cli ims woik  ing and for sale in the district. Good  Poospests held ea-y.��������� Wiite or call.  The Acme-���������-1  Soda  W&ter  Works  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Aerated Waters, Soda and Mineral  Wate'rs in Syphons and Bottles.  Factories at Vernon and Revelstoke, B. C.  M- J   O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETORl  REVELSTOKE  IIP WORKS..  John Ross Robertson, member for  East Toronto, in Ins speech in reply  to thc statements mndo by linn. John  Costigan in rcferen c to tho remarks  made by the Toronto Tsl :gi*a.:i on his  change of party, suggi'Sle"! that when  Mr. Costigan was "gathered to his  fathers" his mural tablet should bear  thc inscription: "Hero lies an Irishman who was faithful to the Conservative party so long as tho Conservative party was on a dividend     paying  basis."        l_EI_CHI31t S THEORIES OF'PUBLIC  SPEAKING  Hotel Victoria  J-.V.-PiRKR.-Frcp-  Hotel Accommodation the Best in the  City for the money.  Heated by hot air: electric light and  bell'in every room  Hourly stie.t car between hotel and  station.  Lirge and well lighted   sample  room.  Free bus meets all   titling.  KEVELSTuKE.-B. C.  BlabkRmithino Jobbine  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  TinsmithinE:  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty   ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station  Diamond Core  Drill���������  . To obtain rapidly tbo knowledge of the valuo of rei-r* m- letlgeu  nothing is to be compared with tho Diamond Core Drill, which will  provo more iu 30 day=~ than an outilt of men tnunelliiig nr finking  shafts could prove in ten years.  The Diamond Gore Drill can pierce the mountain's and  ecret oF what it contaiiisfrom their very hearts, ami the  he rock formation, the quicker ib will do its woi k.  The Diamond Core Drill is so coiistrueteel that ih car.  lie  taken   c 1  pieces and packed on the backs of hiir.������es and carried   ami   woi ked  almost inaccessible placet yvhere water can be obtained,���������and it  be in almost any part of British Columbia.  For full information and particulars apply by lei tei- or in person to  take  lh  more solid  J.    D.    SIBBALD,  REAL    ESTATE   AND'  MINING.   BROKERS,     REVELSTOl  IS  St. Leon  A WONDERFUL MUNICIPALITY  .  "Tlie City of Manchester, England,"  says a correspondent of tie Chicago  Record, "which furnishes the most  advanced example of municipal socialism, has made a now departure by  adding manufactories of soap, tallow,  oil. glue, and fertiliser to its garbage  and sewerage department. The city  government now owns street car lines,  gas, electric light aud water works,  ice factories, 15 markets, baths and  public laundries, slaughter' houses,  technical schools, art galleries and  workshops for the manufacture and  repair of its vehicles, tools and im-  -piement.-..-^������������������It���������has-reclalmed-a-^largo  s-������*amp by depositing* its street cleanings and the solid matter found in the  sewage, and is reclaiming,another by  which it is expected to add several  millions of dollars to the weatlth of  the corporation. The most novel  branch of the city government is a  corps of house cleaners, who can be  employed by the occupants of stores,  fiat houses, office rooms and residencies  to overhaul anel clean their establishments as often as desired. A Manchester woman who desires her house  cleaned can telephono to polico headquarters, and a gang of scrubuc: _-.  sweepers, window washers, eie, will  be sent at once to take up carpets and  relay them, and do her spring house  cleaning in short orelcr nnd first  clas.-t style, while: she goes 10 London,  or visits friends  in ih������ country."  Mr. Bccchcr had many theories  about the art of public speaking and  tho way ot managing an audience. He  used to advise less experienced orators to begin in rather a low tone, so  as to catch hold of the watchful attention of the meeting, and then, when  that attention was secured, to let the?  voico go as far  as it would.  1 havo heard other orators advise a  tnan about to address a great meeting to begin with . the full clearness  and strength of his voice, so as to  give the audience the comfort of know  Ing from the very first, sentence that  thev would have no difficulty in following all ho was likely to say. I do  not know whether tliere are any  theories really valuable in the art of  oratory���������really valuable. I mean, us  applicable to all sorts ot men.  1  remember Jlr. Beecher giving me  some suggestions once as to this management of a great American     public !  meeting, and I remember, too, that I ���������  felt constrained to reply:     "I am sure ;  all that is quite right aud quite prac- ;  t.icable. if you only endow me      with :  vour voice and your electric      power ���������  and  your superb control over masses  -of���������m'en."���������Justin-McCauthj-=_=__in__Xhe_,  Youth's Companion.  Crage & Mayne  - Notaries Public and  ' Conveyancers   Sole Agonts|for the      mi rn  Smelter  Townsite  ���������Mining'���������  Fire, Life and Accident  1 Insurance,  Ol.-l.-ICE���������  First St.. Hast, Itevelstoke. B.C.  Springs  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed  rooms.     Bates  Table   furnished   with .  the* choicest, the innikec  nffurcU      Bust    Wiuoi  Liquors     and      Oig-urs  Sl>l.      a day.      Mont hi v rnee.  J."ALBERT-STOXE, "iVopi ietor.  RATES.   $i.oo   PER   Da if  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  1. L# iicii-  Notary Put lie,  Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  Townsite  Mining, Fire and  Life Insurance . .  Oflice, Opposite CP.R.'Depot.  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  Both Hotels Qpei\  The  IMPERIAL LIMITED  FAVETTE BUKER  (  THE  REDISTRIBUTION SILL  A iwo-foli! defence: is being set up  on behalf of thc Redistribution bill b>  the party organ*, ln the tirst place it  is magnanimously suggested Lhat the  government has noi done all the harm  it might have iiono to its opponents,  and in ihe second place that some of  the constituencies to whi-jli injustice  has been done are u.x likely to go  Liberal as Cons.rvalivc.  The first defence refutes itself.* The  object of the gerrymander is to gain  political advantage while unstinting  fairness. The appointment of judges  with s.ricily limited dov,*;-:-j does not  at al! prevent the government from  Using the constituencies 10 suit themselves.  The second line of defence is no  better. '1 ue question should not bo  whether a constituency is Liberal or  Conservative or anything else, but  whether it ha3 its proper share of representation tn parliament. Representation by population is tho foundation stone of Confederation, but. the  practical effect of the bill Is to set. it  at naught. A gooel deal of nonsense  has been talked and written about  one part of the electorate being more  intelligent wian another and consequently entitled to greater representation. " The bill is objectionable inns-much as it establishes a precedent,  which in the hands of unscrupulous  lioliticlans may hot-ami? a d.-n^rous  wespbu.  Important Changts to go Into Effect  With the Installation of a fast  Trans continental Service  The name of a train docs not ordinarily signify much, hut in the "Imperial Limited" of thc Canadian Pacific  railway and the coneetions which will  be formed thercwUli it i_ safe to say  that Western-Canada,will derive more  advantage than from anything which  has been done since the establishment  of the transcontinental service. This  train, which will make the run from  tidewater to tidewater in four days,  the fastest time heretofore made ac:-"  ross the American contiuenl���������will undoubtedly divert a large share of thc  business between the Atlantic and the  Pacific which has hitherto enme via  the United States routes, as the time  between New Knglanel anel the cast  anel the American coast cilics will be  quicker than via Chicago.  The "Imperial Limited" is to be a  daily train, leaving Calgary at about 7  p.m., reaching Toronto at 1 p.m. and  Montreal at G p.m., the. third day.  The train reaches Calgary from tho  cast at "r.'.'.d a.m. and reaches Vancouver next day.  An express servico has also been  arranged over the Crow's Nest route  to the Kootenay country, whereby tho  journey to Nelson will be made in 4U  and Rossland in ���������',?��������� hours.  This improved service will also be  responsible for shortening up tbe time  via thc lake route to the east as pas-  r-tngciti will not require to leave Winnipeg until 10 p.m., making connections with steamers at Fort. William  the following morning nntl reaching  the east on the second morning thereafter.  The changes in the local train service in Manitoba will be of a marked  improvement. A now train will  leave Winnipeg for Moose Jaw at S:;'.0  a.m., oaily for the accommodation 'of  local business���������the "Limited" only  stepping at a few points���������aiul will  rc'fh Winnipeg from Moose Jaw at 7  p.m.  These above changes take effect on  the ISth of June.  CAN  In*nr<* yo.jr propmty .vMoit lu**������  tty nre,  ln������<ut-   venr I.ifc��������� l>ArpJfIo������t   ������.r  Death.1'  Offer you a f-hanrc tu inr^t n  ���������m.iM or urn-i' -imount of v������������ur  f 1 niln������_r������ or f.T'ita. ������i a prf-riMl-lo  :areof hitf-r-f-'j.  Loan You Money  '"���������ffirf McKmrie AvoniM.  Undertaking' ard Embalming  Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily.  A Conveyance is run in connection with tbe Steamers  and tlio Springs.  The  C oluinbia  House.  Good accommodation,  well aupplie 1   with  ' liquors and' cigars.  tV   ^opcl hir  chii:eo-wiu> &  Froe Bas Meets All Trains  Brown  & Pool,  Proprieto-s. . -  nn  E Ii S T O  _LE  Good Accommodation both' at   tbe   Springs    and a  ,tbc Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.  " S1.25 per day.   '  Baths Free.  Kates  W-    M.    BROWN,  Proprietor.  P. Howson & Co,,  MM KI Mil.:   ->\ I .  \\"hf_'",-l(*. .iml I'lt-i! O.'.-il.-i-J in Kiirnitnr-.  [{evelsto^e  Hospital   ���������      \i  Maternity Room i.i connection.  Vaccine   kept     on   hnnd_p  ^rs.   McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  nd  Craymaq.  Draying anil delivery we.rk a sp'ici.il-  ty. Teams always reatly on shortest  notice      Contracts  Pu   Jobbing  taken.  Do  You   CU&nt  a   Jlomc   in    Tbisj Gpocalng    mining  an i;  Rollcueiy  Centre  ?  The C. & K. s^am Navigation Company hivj ,~rm of ;'i3in  lighttul piopprty in Kevelstoke.    It is charmingly   situated,   hen It   fco  to any portion of tho town.    Come and enquire about ifc at onc������.    Ivisy  terms if necessary. D  _I._Ii ^HLBUSoleLfloisn t _____  T _L__J  F. JWeCJ_R.TY  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JAlDTTOcN MD SJIIDSJKSE  Fish   and , Game   in    Season.. .   -Markets   at   Revelstoke  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout tialce  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  Saddle   and     Pack  always for hire.  Horstf.  I  Freighting  specialty.  and   Teaming   u������  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at. 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C.  Bkst Accommodation  In the Lardeau.  Rates $2 Pe> Day.  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor.  REVELSTOKE������������������  Sash  and  Door  Facto y.  Manufacturers of   and Dealers In-"-������������������^  Sa8,J;. D,oorl������v Tor.1"1"'**' P'lnthd. Ornur *  Blocks. Mnnlcllnss of nil klnrt������, Faacr  (.able: anil Verandah work. Brackets,  of every ricscrlmion made to order  Storn nnd Omce Fittings. *~lndoir  Frames, with sash fitted n specialty. ���������  All the lateat machinery.   Dry kllu on he ���������  IiremiH-s.   Call and (fct price., befor  going elsewhere.  SAWYER & MANNING- REVELSTOKE HERALD SUPPLEMENT, JUNE 10TH, 1899.  A VANITY BOOK.  Personal Record Keeping Whon Interest  Excuses Its Vanity.  In the beginniug'one's parents must  be tbe anthors, or if the parents will  not then some devoted aunt may win  for herself the warmest thanks in years  to conic. When Heart's Delight came  to earth some 15 years ago, a substantial volume was bought to be her book.  Into this went first the genealogy of the  family on father's and mother's sides as  - far as there was knowledge of it. Photographs of grent-greut-grandparents,  grandparents and parents were inserted.  The wedding dress of tbe paternal  grandmother was shown by a small  piece, and the maternal side was rioh  with hits of the wedding dresses of  mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. Photographs of father and  mother at the time of their marriage  snd when Heart's Delight was horn  were also added. To these were added  one of the bouse and the.room whioh  the little maid mado blessed by her  coming. The announcement card went  in and letters written for her weloome.  Mamma wrote a description of the wonder, and papa took her photograph.  A11 this was for the beginning, bnt  M mouths went on there was more, to  chronicle. Baby's ways, the coming of  her first tooth, her first word and when  it was spoken, when she began to creep'  snd then to walk���������all. these were recorded. Into the book'went, too, such  treasures as tho first sock, the first little shoe, a piece of her first colored  dress. Everything of whatever kind  that marked a beginning fonnd a permanent place in the Vanity Book, and  the story of the child's life may be read  therein.  As the child developed tbe character  * cf the items naturally changed. - When  ���������he went to school, her early efforts supplied more material, sometimes.in the  shape of school work and sometimes as  stories of childish temptations or griefs  ���������nd joys. Heart's Delight's first letter  is entered in the book. ���������'  _There are so many tokens here that  are treasures, more valuable as they  grow older. Tbe first invitation to a  party, the first theater programme, and  . with this are other .programmes of  those things which have impressed the  child. Her* first party dress, ot course,  was shown in tho book. Throughout the  book are photographs- of Heart's Delight herself as sho grew toward girlhood and of the girls and boys who  were her friends.  Long ago the bookmaking fell into  the hands of the girl herself, and she  adds to it all that points to the story  she is making. Everything of pleasure,  of special benefit in ber life, is to be recalled from * this book, aud even now  ���������he prizes it abovo till her possessions.  What will it be to her when she is 60?  What will it be nortli to her son or  daughter when someone writes "Finis"  to it for her? What would you not give  for such a book lelc yon by yonr mother   or_fa,tber?-_.IS_would_b8_w_orth_inore_tban_  money.  There is a great deal of pleasure to be  found iu making such a book for oneself,  though if one begins it after ohildhood  he loses much tbat went into the little  one's book. It will become) filled, however, with the imp--.riant things of life,  each making these for himself. A vanity book is oue of tho bosfthiugs in the  world to show how ouo's ideas of valued  change and how life's horizon expands.  It records  n  life with  somo of  those  * which piecedcd it and gavo it its bent  and those which accompanied and do  Telopcd it. Though it may be vanity,  it is yet a vanity with a lesson.���������New  York bull.  THOMSON^ LANDING  Railroad, Navigation and Social Matters  in the Liverpool of the Lardeau.  Thomson's Landing, B. 0., June 6.  1800.-On Wednesday, May 31st, the  S. S. Liirdeau made her first run up to  the Landing. Shi- brought, in a number of passengers and a big scow loud  ot* freight, She is making regular  elaily runs now. On Saturday, June  Srd, there was a heavy wind blowing  up the lake and thu S. S. Lartleau had  things her own way just long enough  to run past the landing unci into tbe  in nd tints. She had 17 passengers on  hoard, all of whom, along with freight  and b.iggagi", had to be taken oil in  small boats. Aiming the passengeis  from Revelstoke were Thos. Taylor,  Mrs. Taylor and their little son on  their way hack to Trout Lake.  It is rumored that we are to have an  hospital down here, but it has not yet  been decided whether it will be-located  at the Landing, Trout Lake or at Ferguson. The hospital is to he built  and run bv Dr. Maclean of Revelstoke  and Dr. Elliot of Troul Lake. .Now  that the. railroads ire a curtainty a  good hospital would be all right.  We'ire nil greatly, pleased r at the  prospect of having two railroads  through this section. There, are two  survey outfits up Fish Cieek working  ejuietly liut'sin-ely.  On June 2nd the wife of Geo. Sumner, of Comaplix. presented her husband with a nine pound baby boy.  H. Needham purposes l.iiitiching his  new boat on the 8th and will christen  her the Puritan.  The season has been very backward  here and the gardens are about three  weeks later than ever before. The  water is rising very fust in the lake  and the snow is still very low down in  the. mountains. '."We'"are expecting  extreme high water this year.    . ,-  1 HELLO! Where Arc You Going?  m  88  m  _������*i  m  ri  5@  Why, to the New Cash Store where  you can get the freshest of Staple and  Fancy Groceries at the lowest prices.  ������������������������������������@������������������������������  Come and get' your Grotvried where low cut  prices do not affect ihe quality of *he good* A full  line of 6taple and Fancy Groceries kept in stock,  ���������  SS)������S������@������&SXS@������  D. G. Cat heart  Grand Celebration  July 12th  AT REVELSTOKE.  in conjunction with the Kamloops and  Sal mem Arm Lodges.   ���������  Reduced    Rates.      Particulars    Inter.  W. G. Birney,       R. P. Pettipiece,  W. M. Rec. Sec-.  aa  aa  .Dealer in.  o  ���������+���������������  .<_o  o  j! Gents' Furnishings  Boots and Shoes  Hats arid Caps  > Stationery  -'/"Tobaccos  Cigars  Fancy Articles, Etc.  H  M  o  B  03  iT-  H  i>  H  ���������pa  Summer Goods  o:o������*o*o������������xxo*o:aoo������:ao:aoo__o������aoo_~  I Young*  Men  You can dress well and save your  monoy by buying yonr Clo~ lies from us.  We have complete lines of the choicest  Canadian and Imported Worsteds,  -Serges,���������Twceds-and~Trouserings;-*and-  we insure the flt of every garment that  leaves our Tailoring Department.  R. S. WILSON,  CITY MERCHANT TAILOR.  Screen Doors.  Screen Windows)  Spring Hinges  Door Bells  Garden Hose  Garden Sprinklers  Lawn Mowers*  Garden Rakes  Refrigerators  Ice Cream Freezers  Wire Meat Covers.  Iron Pipe and Fittings  ALWAYS    IN    STOCK  , Tha Elephant Corps.  An English newspaper, iu an article  on the Siamese army, suya: "In one re  spect the < Siamese army is superior to  every other, and tbat ia in its elephant  corps. Eight hundred of these animals,  ' Which are stronger, though smaller,  than those of India, are organized into  a special corps, commanded by a retired  Anglo-Indian oflicer, and., their beads,  trunks and other vulnerable parts are  protected against bullets by india rubber armor."  HEW-  SILVERWARE  INCLUDING:  .Carving Sets  Castors  Knives  Forks  Teaspoons  Butter Dishes  Bon Bons  WATGHES  AND C126GKS  Gav Barber,  MefKenzle Ave., Bevelstoke  McCarty Block. W.   M.   LAWRENCE,  Estimates given on rooling and furnace work.  _*������>_  Okanagan Pie Plant I  or Rhubarb s8  *   8 lbs. for 25c.    i  or a 1-a cents per Ib. in quantities. ������v  GEO. BELL & CO.,  What About a Dowswelli  WASHER ?  *    Only 3 Left���������Wilt be Sold at Cost.  C3-EO-  BELL  &s  GO. ������  . Jobbers and Dealers in Groceries, Confectionery, Fruit, Hay, Feed.  tx. _a.:m:.a.s, ^a:^.3sr^.G-E_-_.  ! TELEPHONE No. 33. Front Street, REVELSTOKE, B.C. <i_35 THE YUKON POLICE  Are       Again  Out    on  Strike  Called  the  THE  BANFF    ELECTION     FOR  JUNE 27.  THE     RIOT     IN      BELFAST  Mutiny     at  Halifax-Deaths  Lightning  From  Montreal,* Juuc l>.���������Chairman Pole,  of tho btrilting trackmen's committee,  tonight iBsued a cull to tho men to go  on strike again, claiming that General  Manager Haycs'hatl broken faith with  tho mon.  ENGINEERS MAY STRIKE  -Thc Brotherhood  Wi  Toronto, June G,  of Locomotivo Engineers are considering tho question of calling out the  Irand Trunk engineers vith the trackmen. An all night sersirn was held  xt Toronto Junction ia-t r^ght.*  THE BANFF ELECTION  Regina, June 6.���������The lieutenant  governor yesterday ordered '.that a writ  he issued for the Banff election. Mr.  Howard Douglas, superintendent. of  tho National Park, is to be the returning officer. The nominations will he  received - at the school house, Banff,  on Saturday, June 17th and the election will be on the 27th.  PARIS CLUB CLOSED  Paris, June 6.���������The prefect of police  lias ordered the closure of the Automobile Club de France, of which the  Comte do Dion, who was one of the  ringleaders at Attteuil yesterday, Is  president A police commissary  thereupon proceeded'to the'club premises and cleared the members out,  after which he affixed his official seal  to the doors. Vigorous measures  havo been taken to suppress demon-  etrations.  DREYFUS COMING HOME.^    .  Port de Franc*;. Is'.and of     Martinique, June 6.���������The Sfax, which     left,  - here today Is to bring Dreyfus back to  France. Dreyfus will wear the  uniform of his rank of captain. v  .*  VICTIMS OF FASHION  Halifax,   N.   S..   June   i.���������A 'revolt.  ��������� occurred at the Citadel barracks yes-  - terday among -the men of tho First  Battalion, 100th foot, on account of an  - order to cut their hair in a particular  way. - The men refused and the troops  were called out who overpowered the  jrevolters after much fighting.   ^  PRINCE ALBERT DELEGATES   ,  ��������� Ottawa, June 6.���������Mayor McLeunon,"  Sam McLeod. M. L. A., Dr. Tyren, and  C. Lowrv, of Prince Albert, were introduced* to Mr. Sifton by Mr. T. O.  Davis, M. P., today. They want the  road extended from Dauphin to Prince  Albert. - ���������   -  DEATHS  FROM  LIGHTNING  Penetang, Juno 6.���������During a severe  last evening lightning struck a small  - last ovnlng lightning struck a small  house about two and a* .ialf miles out.  killing the wlfo and son of William  Ladouceur. and shattering the house,  Btove pipes and windows. The  family had just-finished tea and were  all assembled in the house when the  etorm camo and the lightning passed  down through the stove pipe.  EMULATING ST. PATRICK  Hamilton, OntariorJune'e^For"two'  years Chas. Little, of West,Flamboro,  has been seriously. Ill, and the doctors  were unable to say what ailed him.  Although bo coneulted a number ot  specialists he got no better. It'was  feared that ho had swallowed something that had lodged in the stomach.  - One of his neighbors advised him to  drink some hot lamb's blood, which  " lie did. ��������� The result was that he had  a flt of reaching and a dead * snake  came from his mouth. -It Is supposed that ho swallowed it while taking a drink at a spring.  RIOTING AT BELFAST  Beltast, Juno 6.���������Exciting scenes  resulted this afternoon in consequence  of a Nationalist demonstration, headed  by Wm. O'Brien, accompanied by  bands of music and a display of  banners.     The Protestants   threaten*  ������ed trouble with the result that largo  bodies of police and military were  stationed on the streets. There were  fjeveral conflicts in which tho infantry  charged the crowds with bayonets and  ueveral people wero injured. The  rioting was resumed this evening after  ,.- the return of tho procession. The  tnob.fusiladed the police with stones,  and the troops were obliged to charge  several times.  JAPANESE LAW VETOED  Ottawa, June G.���������An order in council  has been passed disallowing the British Columbia anti-Japanese legislation.  An American Cc-r.-espondent's Views on  the Mount-d Police 'Force in the  Far North  The correspondent of thc New York  Tribune, In thc Yukon, writes as foi  lows:  "On the Canadian side of the Yukon,  Within some 700 miles of territory,  tliree-fliihs of the population has con  centrated, mainly about Dawson, and  wie pollc patrol Is far more taxed  than on the American side. The  North "West Mounted polico is an organized oody that any country could  point to and well say: 'There Is a  perfectly organized force of men who  will maintain the strict letter of the  law at all hazards.'  "Colonel S. B. Steele, who is In  charge of the North West Mounted  police, is another Richardson���������a whole  army in himself. Ho was born to  rule In a country whero he must  become dictator, for he, like Richardson, is far away from assistance, from  advice and from supplies.  "The dignity with which Col. Steele  conducts his office, his fairness, the  perfect discipline of his forco and his  efficient manner of taking full charge  of so vast a territory, shows the man  to bo a diplomat and a general.  Between Dawson and Skagway Col.  Steels has had constructed a system ot  police stations, which solvo the problem of safo travelling by tho people  along the mining country during the  eight long winter months. At points  30 milPH apart Colonel Steele built two  comfortable log houses. At theso  stations a sergeant Is in charge, with  two constables and a "special." The  "special" is a North West Indian, who  drives the dogs. Every station, ot  which there are 22, has two or more  dog teams of six dogs each. Thus an  officer can leave Dawson giving you 10  days start, and catch you before you  reaeh Skagway by sending along the  "papers" by fresh teams from station  to station. The stations are turned  Into hospitals in case of emergency  and those who become exhausted or ill  are sent along by the police to a placo  where medical 'aid can be had. Tho  police feed those in actual want and  assist them along. The stations are  used for the protection anel proper  conduct of the people and furnish the  means of rapid winter travelling.  "The writer recently made a trip  from ���������iwson to-Skagway In 19 days,  bv using the greatest exertion and  having a first class dog team, but a  police mail made Skagway in nine  days, with 500.pounds of mail, averaging 60 miles a day.  "Of llio many thousand Americans  living along'the Yukon west of Dawson, on the Alaskan side, not one has  received his mail since last summer,  except '..roni persons coming in; .not  one has heard that the war is over.  Until last month and since last September the Aemerican mall has been  hung up at . Lake Bennett. The  United States government contracts  with riieh* who have not the -means to  forward it, and still making the great  successes. In good'truth there never  was a finer prospect than there is  today. 'We are just* beginning to  know.' We "are on the edge of progress. -We are simply commencing  to do things. Our new century built  on centnfies is at the'starting point.  Tha coming years will-make our Ignorance pitiful, our knowledge old-  fashioned.' and our best achievements  fame. The poor boy^has made a  crreat past, but'.how "mii'ch greater his  future."       ' '*'   -  -PRESERVED EGGf.  SOCIAL HIGHWAY WOMEN  TO  THE  THE  AUTHORSHIP  BORDEREAU  Casimir   Executed   at  Kamloops-  Kitchener's Reward  London, Juno 8.���������The Daily Chronicle of today says that Major Count  Ferdinand Walsin Esterhazy called at  its office in London at a late hour last  night, in company with a confidential  friend, whose uame is not yet disclosed. After having declared that  the 'time had at length come whon th'e  whole truth in reference to tho bordereau should be told, although hitherto he had kept silence on the essential point by reason of constraint,  orders and inducements, Count Esterhazy made tho following statement:  "Tho chiefs of the army havo most  disgracefully abandoned me. My cup  is full, and I shall now speak out,  regardless of consequences. Yes," continued tho Major, raising his voico  nnd glaring around, "It was I who  wrote tho bordereau. I wrote It  upon orders received by mo from M.  Sandherr." I  When asked what thc chiefs of the  French general staff     would     say to I  this confession, Esterhazy   shrugging  his shoulders   ' disdainfully     replied:  "They will lie Hbout It as they alone ���������  know how to lie. but I  have     them  tight.      1 have proofs that tliey know j  the wholo thing and they must share J  the  responsibility  with   me.      I   will ,  produco those proofs at   ' the proper j  time."  Latest advices from Paris state that  Dreyfus has been informed thut he will  be takon back to France for a revision  of the case aginst him.  UNION BANK CLERK DISAPPEARS  Ottawa, June 3.���������John 1-1. Henderson,  the      accountant  Bank of Canada  disappeared on      Monday last.      The  , Ottawa Society   Lady Exttacts   Money  j     From a Woman's Wrap at a Party  OP I Ottawa, May .10.���������Tho robberies  I which occurred among Ottawa's "four  1 hundred" about a year ago, and created such ,a furore of excltment, havo  conmmenced again. In fact tho  thefts have boon going on ln a quiet  ���������Lord way for some months, but Indies who  have lost articles have told only their  most intimate friendH of their losses.  These Intimate friends told othor Intimate friendB, and now the tongues  of the gossips are wagging in great  style. At an at home given on Sandy  Hill not very long ago, onc lady, this  timo a vistior to the city and a reigning belle, had her uurirt.relloved of a  considerable amount of money. This  is only one case in many.  Ottawa, May 31.���������The "Social High-  waywoman" has been caught and confessed. This happened at a party on  Elgin street. The "Social Highway-  woman" withdrew from the other  guests to tho dressing room and managed to extract $10 from a lady's  pocket book, whicli she fouud in a  wrap. The owner of the monoy reported to the hostess, and tho thief  was suspected. She stoutly denied,  but lier husband,being made acquainted with the facts and prosecution  being hinted at, tho "Social Highway-  woman" confessed and the money was  returned. Thero Ih not likely to bo  prosecution.  TELEGRAPH TO DAWSON  Expectations is that it will  be   into the  . Klcnd keby the end of November  j Mr. Charleson, sent with others to  j build the telegraph line from Skag-  ; way to Dawson, has wired Mr. Tarte  I that the lino Is constructed from  |Bennet City to Tagish, 52 miles. To  i this may bo added 45 miles of thc lino  ; from Skagway to Bennett, giving littlo  j less than 100 miles of the' .line in  I operation. Charleson informs Tarte  ��������� that the obstruction to navigation at  of the Union sis M1Ie rivcr ig removed, and that ho  hero, mysteriously j expects  to havo  the . telegraph      lino  , into Dawson by the end of November,  bauk authorities state that there is no | Thl8 wire to Tarte     waB     Bent-    t,y  cause for his disappearance, but it isl8teamer from skagway to Vancouver.  known that he has been morbid and r   depressed for     some     time.     Simul-!  m   taneotisly with Henderson's disap-1  pearance conies the announcement i  of a shortage of $30,000 which is as yet j  unexplained.    ,;The    Annual   Communication    to  take  BIBLE   FACTS.  President   Loubart   Attacked   with Hoots  and    Yells,  ANTI  JAPANESE   LEGISLATINN  101 SALLOWED  A priso.ier condemned to BOlltnry eon-  _nor.1c.11l tbtuiiieil :i copy of tho Ilibl������, nnel  _y three years' direful study obtained the  following fiu;t_:  Tho Biblo remains 0,53(5,48U l.tter.i,  773,092 words, .11,17a verses, 1,189 chapters nnd U0 I.o,.Us.  Tlio word "uii'l*' nvnurs 48,-77 times.  Thc word ''reverend" occurs bur once,  which is in tho ninth vera* of the one  hundred unci eleventh psalm.  Tho midtllo verse; is tlin eighth ver.;e ol  the ouo hundred und eighteenth psalm.  The twenty-first verso of tho huventh  chapter of K/.rn contains all the letters iu  t _o alphabet iixeopt. tlici letter j.  Tho finest, chapter to rend Is tin twenty-  lly th chapter of tho Acts of tho Apostles.  Tho nineteenth chapter of II King-i atlel  tlio eighty-seventh chapter of Isaiah are  alike.  Tho longest terse is the ninth verse ot  the eighth chnptor of Esther.  Tho shortest verso is tho thirtT-flfth  verso of  tho olcvonth uhnptcr of St. John.  The eighth, fifteenth, twenty-first, nnel  thirty-first verses of tho onc hundred nnd  seventh psalm nro alike.  Eiicb verso of the 0110 huudred and  thirty-sixth psalm end alike.  T'no hist word In the Bible is acion.���������  St. loiiis Po.-t-Dispatoli.  THE KiNCTOSCOPE.  TRACKMEN'S   STRIKE   OVER  & A.M. LODGE  In Germany systematic experiments  have recently been made for the purpose of securing the "  most     rational  method of preserving eggs.      Twenty  methods  were  selected for theso  ex  perimonts.     In the first days of, July,  100 fresh eggs wero prepared according to those methodB (20 eggs for each  method), to be eopened for use at the  end of the month of'February.      Of  course a "most essential point of the  success   of  preservation  is  that  only  fresh  eggs  bo   employed.      As      the  most infallible' means of ascertaining  the age of the eggs, the experimenter  designated their specific weight. With  fresh eggs it-Is from 1.0784 to 1.0942.  If the eggB are put in a solution of  120 grammes (4.23 ounces) of common  salt In 1 litre (1.0567 quarts) of water,  the specific weight of which solution  Is  1.073,  all  the  eggs  that swim  on  this   liquid  weigh      leas,   and      consequently are not freBh.     Only thoBo  eggs that sink are to bo used for preservation.   ' Wheu, after eight months  of preservation, the eggs were opened  for use*, the 20 different method i cm-  ploved gave ��������� heterogenous results:  l".   Eggs  put  for preservation   '   in  salt  water were 'all  bad  (not rotten,  but  uncatapl.e, the salt having penetrated the eggs.  3.   Eggs preserved in a solution of  glycerine, 80 per  CASIMIR EECUTED  Kamloops. June     Z.���������Casimir,     the j  Indian convicted of murder.was hung  in the jail yard here at 8:05 yesterday  morning. -  BIRTHDAY HONORS  London, June 3..���������The Queen's  birthday honorB, were- announced to:  day. Alma Tadema, the well known  English painter and Chancellor  Boyd, of the High Court of Justice  in Ontario, have been knighted, and  II. M. Stanley, the celebrated African  explorer has been made a K. G. C. B.  Jean de Reszke has received the Royal  Victorian Order of the fourth class.'- ���������  KITCHENER'S REWARD  London, June 3.���������In the house of  commons yesterday, Rt.- Hon. A. J.  Balfour. * leader of the government,  presented a message from Her Majesty  the1,Queen recommending a, grant "of  ������30,000 to General. Lord Kitchener of  Khartoum.  -   THE PEACE CONFERENCE  London,1 June 3.���������The' international  peace confe'rence now assembled at the  Hague has decided to draft a single  arbitration scheme, consisting of-the  hest of the various proposals, suggested. --      ,  BILL  READ   A  FIRST   TIME  Ottawa; June 3.���������Ac bill, respecting  the Nisbe't academy at Prince Albert  was received from the Commons in  the Senate today and was'read a first  time. '   - -  ,    THE RUSSIAN DEMANDS !  'Pekin, June 3.���������The Russian de-;  mands for a concession for the construction of a railway on the Man-  ' cliuria Tine to Pekin are still in  abeyance. The Russian minister  states that he has referred the matter  to St. Petersburg, and the Chinese  authorities hope that, the, demand  v. ill be withdrawn.  Place at Regina  The following is -the railway rates  to the communication of the. Grand  Lodge of Manitoba Ancient Free and  Accepted Masons to be held at Regina  on June 14th: "  From all points -on thc main' Hue  and brancues of the - C. P. R.* to  Regina, one fare and one third for the  round trip. The fare to Banff and  return from Winnipeg and all points  west will not exceed $40., Persons  residing on Northern Pacific lines..will  b.e required to purchase tickefb ,to*  Winnipeg or Brandon, for which a fare-  of one and one third will be.obtained. ' .  , ' ,,'U  '���������'*  The following conditions "are* to-be.  complied with: * * '   *���������  ','���������  r-r*      >.  'Each person desiring the -excursion  rates must ��������� purchase. a-ticket,' for  which he or she will pay the full fare,  and upon'Request'the ticket agent will  issue a-certilicato of purchase. ^ ��������� - -,  Tickets at'the reduced rates'for-the  return journey, or to Banff....will be  sold' by the ticket agent a't". Regina  only to those holding.certificatesjsign-  ed by me ticket agont at point"'where  through ticket to place of meeting'was  purchased, this certificate must. ��������� bo  signed by the grand secretary' with  certificate that the holder has been In  attendance at the place of meeting.  Definite arrangements regarding  rates to the Pacific coast and.return  have now _been completed. Full particulars may be''obtained en application to the agent at Regina.  CALGARY  NEWS  Adviees from Alaska say that Deputy Collector of Customs Andrews, of  Skagvay, is having much trouble over  shipments of bonded liquor through  that point. Largo quantities of  liquor are being shipped in bond by  ���������way of 8kagway to DawBon. and us  tho United States convoy charges are  high thc British Columbia     shippers  salicylic acid and  cent bad:  4. Eggs rubbed with salt 70 per cent  bad.  5. Eggs preserved in bran 70 per  cent bad.  6. Eggs preserved with a coyer of  paraffin, 70 per cent bad.  7.- Eggs varnished with a solution  of glycerine and salicylic acid, 70 per  cent bad. . t      ''��������� _,_  8.* Eggs put in boiling water to lo  seconds, 50 por cent bad.  9. EggB treated with a solution of  alum, 50 per cent bad., -  10. Eggs put ln a solution of salicylic acid. 50 per cent bad.  - 11. Egga varnished with water  glass, 40 por cent bad. (N. B.���������  Water glass Is what Is generally  known as Isinglass.)  12. Eggs varnished with collodion  40 per cent bad. t>  13. Eggs covered with lac, 40 per  cent had. ,  14. Eggs varnished with sward, 20  per cent bad.  15. Eggs preserved ln ashes of wood  20 per cent bad.  IC- Eggs treated with boric acid  and water glass, 20 per cent bad.   *  17. ��������� Eggs treated with maganate of  potassae, 20 per cent bad.  18. Eggs varnished with vaseline,  all good.  19. Eggs preserved in lime water,  all good. ....  ' 20 EggB preserved in a. solution 01  water glass, all good.  Thus it appears that the last threo  methods are to be considered tne  best, and especially the preservation in  a solution of water class, as varniBh-  Ing the eggs-with vaseline takes too  much time, and the treatment with  lime water sometimes communicates  to the egg a disagreeable odor and  taste. The drawback with eggs preserved In a solution of wator glass -is  that tho shell easily bursts in boiling  Latest advices from Dawson state  that there is evidence of the most  wonderful output of gold ever recorded. Five thousand men are waiting  at Dawson to take the first boat up  -thc-river-and-half_of_them_are.._miners_  who have from $1,000 to $50,000 each  in gold dust.        '        ���������-' ���������  The Richmond Guardian, dealing  with the gerrymander, instances four  counties under the new bill���������Brant,  Norfolk, Parry Sound and Kent���������for  which eight members are allowed for  127,931. population, or one member  for every 15,991 people. Another set  of     counties���������Simcoe, Welland  'A train load of stockers Imported  from Manitoba to" Lethbridge last  week by D. McLean were disposed of  on arrival. 'Yearlings fetched $19.00  and two year olds $25.00. "    -  Alderman Mackie and W. G. .Mackay  are moving their respective businesses  r-jto moro commodious quarters' in the  Alexander corner. They will "have  an announcement ' in Tho Herald  shortly.  John Kinney, of tho railway- mail  service, is a patient at the Edmonton  general hospital suffering from a  fracturo of the right knee cap, as a  f osultriof '"the"~rc"cent-accident:^- on -the  north branch. He will probably be  able to get to Calgary Iii a week or  10 days.  Medicine Hat News: The Calgary  Herald Co. has sent out to subscribers  an advanced proof of thc North, West  Brand   Book.       The   book   comprises  Dreyfus  Comi .������   Home���������Zola "* is    in  Paris.  Paris, Juno 5.���������President Loiibcl, accompanied by Premier Dupuy, und the-  chief of the military housoliohl, Genoral Ballloud, drovo to Autcull races  ���������-..is afternoon. They were closely  followed by Madame Loubct. On  arrival at Autouil they were met by  violent 'demonstrations, evidently organized and directed against tho president. There was a perfect storm of  hoots.'yoll and cries of "Panama," "A  Bas Loubct,", Vivo le Armuo." A fow  shouts "Vivo Loubct" wero drowned  in the clamor. A man. named Christian!, rushed-towards the president  brandishing a stick and directed a  blow against him, striking his hat.  The president remained unmoved  through it all. Many arrests wero  made.  , ZOLA RETURNS  Parisr June 5.���������Emilo Zola, the great  novelist,  has' returned  to this city.  KILLED   BY   LIGHTNING  Killarney, Manitoba, June 5.���������Chas.  W. James was killed by lightning in  front of his own house in Killarney  this evening. He was on his way  home at the time. His wife was looking out of the window at him coming  and saw him fall. The diseased came  from-oakwood, Ontario, about, a year  ago and leaves a widow and one  daughter.' He was a uifcbcr of the  Chosen Friends aud a local preacher  in the^ Methodist church.  THIRTY INDIANS DROWN1". 1 > ���������  Laggan, Albert.!, .Tr.v.c -<*>.- Betwpon  '25 and 30- Indians, in-hiding men,  women and childmr., were cliowned in  the Lake of "* the Cloudr. ���������! ~_r lhe  Canadian Pacific wtilway while crossing to. the re<~?i-vu to attend - a  potlach. They wore travelling in  boats rudely made of Cariboo skins  when the long boats collided. ��������� Both  -vessels were reutle-v.i uscles* and the  entiro party lost.  SEIZED TIIE SHERIFF ,  Cypress River, Manitoba, Juno 5.���������  About'daybreak this morning the  hardware store lately- occupied by  -Young & Co., and now in the sheriff's  hands was brokcu into and a large  quantity of goods removed. 0  ASK FOR DISALLOWANCE  -Ottawa, June 5.���������The Imperial government has asked the Dominion authorities to disallow the anti-Japanese  legislation passed by British Columbia,  if the province does not amend the  same at its next session. British  Coumbia has notified the Dominion  government that they will not amend  the Japanese legislation so that the  provincial bill will be disallowed.  TRACKMENS'   STRIKE  OVER  ' Montreal. Juno 5.���������-The Grand  Trunk - Railway trackmens' strike is  over and tho men returned to work  today, having surrendered unconditionally. The position of tho  strikers was weakened by the fact  that the engineers showed no dlsposi  -tion-to=-sido-with-them.-���������i-^��������� ������������������������������������  IMPERIAL BA.NK.   OF CANADA  F. t>ad Office. Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,609  He.trve     -    -.   -    -   1.200,0813  Directors:  ti. a. llowlanti   Pr. ������ide_l  T.R.Men.tt.Vic.Pie-.. (SuCaLlmrinwi  William Kniusay, Kolierl. Jaff������-aY,  flugh Hyan,   T.  Sutheiland  StA>..er  Eliab liogeis.  D. R. Wilkie, GttifriU Miumuer.  Bran oti a*  North Wee", and British Columbia.  W<{x  Frandon      j Portage la  Calgary Pr*irie  Mmnnmn |Prince Alber*  VaCCOUVtff  Winnip-g  RvTfl������tolt������-  South Edmonton.  ONTARIO,  iNiagora Fallii  X<Uon, B.  Essex  1- t-TgUB  Ghii  I n__rH. unil  Lislowe"!  St. IhoiaM  Hurt Colhuine iToronto  i Rut, Portage     I Welland   --      ���������   1r_c_'__._3^4.H.  About, tho only dark speck of war on  thn horizon now is the coming Jllsmnrc-  memoirs. ��������� Ucistou IIcrnltl.  Dewey or Schley should bo detiilled to  present tho American clnlm . ngninut Tur  key.���������Pittsburg Chronlcle-Tclogriiph.  Cnnndn is be'eiunitiK to notico thai  Undo Sum's farm fcurn is not innele eit  barli.-l wlro nftnr nil. ��������� Philadelphia  Ledger.  It. Is nil well onotiKl) t. talk about ernji-  ping the l)lixicl������heil by elocl.tririR peace, hut  tho football sc.'i'OM will begin In a few  weeks.���������(Jlovclnnd Lc.--.elor.  American d5i'li>:nacj may havo li<������!* in  dlui-ubbcr and ^A_-^.'lSb lu tt������ coinpn.ltinn  than tnu Kinkier.:-, kind but it secins tc  bnio emu-ieJuraUIj- more stool and granite  ���������Boston Jonriini.  If tho Shamrock comes over horn tlilj  fall to cnpturei tlio America'- cup. she will j i?  floubtlcss clear from the Irish jmrt of Kin- jjj  s'l.e and will bo provided with Cork life U  pr.'.'-orvcrs ���������New York Tribune. Ill  l-'.o-iiii  will  try a imVimial  lottery plan \ %  fc.i- r .plenishing its   treasury.    This is in    i  variably tlio final rcsorC of an   oppressive  government for i-lchlng tho  hint dollar  from   lis poverty stricken  subjects.���������sit  Louis Globe-Democrat.  IS.-mll St*. MariPiWejoddtoek.  jSi. Catharines jHauiiltoa  .Mor.tre-al. Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposit**  of '$1    and     upward,     received    Mid  interest allowed.  Debentures ���������- Provincial, Municipal  and otber eieheiit.iue_  purchaaed.  Drafts anil Letr^i-h of Credit���������Arall������  nble at all point*, in Canada, United  Kingdom, L'niu-el Stal'.w, Europe.  India, China, Japan. Auntralia, Net*  Zenland. etc  Gold  Purchased  This Bank Issues Special HecalpU  which will be nccounted for at any of  the Hudson's Buy Co's Pont* ln the  Yukon ank nopthorn districts.  A. R, B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Br&r.uh  BABY SUPERSTITIONS.  Turn a baby upside) elown and lt will  never have liver trouble.  It is unlucky for a child to see itself ln  tho mirror before it cuts iia teeth. It will  bo vain and proud.  Whon a baby Is dres-ae-el for tho first time  aud its left arm is put into the sleovo first.  lt will bo loft liaudud In everything.  ���������\Vrap a. baby in her father's shirt und  alio will hnve lot!, of lovers, but tbe shirt,  must be the first garment wrapped about  hor.  In regard totho child, if ex-tiry inipor  tant incident is.cliino'uii Sunday, it will he  all tho luckier, as "the better tho day the  better the deed."  If tho "layout," for a baby bo ontirely  new, it will grow up to ba a spendthrift  I'ho inoro old thin^s'ln its trousseau the  more economical it will bo.���������Exchange.  /������&: WALL >SI  Papers  illlif. In;;r_iliia,   Mlir.li,   i.'.,,.  hoMinl Hill', mill   lorilcn   if  all tlevi'rl|.llull*.  *1 lie i-lienpesi nntl l'c\������l.*t'>el* of  WALL I'AI'KKS In ilieciiy.  1.li_-i_!   <li_-r.tniln   ltl\.-ll   oil  h11 eiisli orclem.  1   il.'.il   .������n!v    in *   "���������->*- A  I. I.  1' ,~   I' r". 1? s   nml solicit mi  iispcclion of my Hock.  W.G. Bipney  yAoKEJ-ZIE JIVE.  ANIMAL ODDITIES.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line.  The goldfish is a great coward, and a  tiny lish with courage to nttack it can  Irlghtoii It almost to death.-  Betore rain snnlls crawl upon leave*. Tf  tho rain Is going, tej bo light, they Ho on  tho outsielo of tho leaf; if long and heavy.'  lhey go on tho'unelersiilc.  The insect known as the water boatman  has a regular pair of onr*i, his legs being  used as such. Ho swims on his back, as in  that position thore is less resistance to hii  progress.  The wings of bir Is aro not only tt aid  locomotion in thc air, but also on tho  ground and water. ,"Onc bird even ha.  61aws in tho "elbow " of its wings to aid  lt ln climbing. The ilothing is a modification of tbe nkin, just a: hair and nails  are, and sometimes It closely resemble*  hair. .    .  WORLD'S PICTORIAL ROUtt  BAST   AND   WEST  FIRST GLASS AND'  -.  TOURlSTSLIIEPEltS   TrotD.'.*   I'Atll-TC TO ATLANTIC.  SPANISH  OMELET.  TO BRING HIM HOME  5.���������Tho   400 pages and has the brands 'of tbe  and i North West cattlemen published in a  Toronio-have eight��������� --b^  SSffi'SSpSL ^ W- Ts T asVtSe I [-ed to subscribe,^  so as to be. of  The  SSt iSSlKuW JuTist I waTerT bunt" is said that this may be  lESe allowed largo'quantities, of liquor avoided by cautiously piercing tho  ?������ Simulate In the bonded ware-1 shell with a strong needle  .taOflSto await the arrival of that. Tho favorite method In this part of  dSSnk It can be entered the same as1 the country is to pack eggs in coni-  -ofher bonded goods.      Tho      custom \ mon salt. Perfectly fresh eggs packed  !S3_\__s,^^iia*ra>^^������-ti-il  lT ' ������ _^i     _a_.l    ..'-.-    *u.~    rniii     liar. ~  rfo.boo  peopie.       " "*   1B *': "= mem-1 service at the spring round-up.  2^-^������^w^\*������* *������>no *������"* p" -<*������  and that the second eight will each i . a slocan correspondent writes The  represent moro than twice that nuro- j Herald this morning: "Times are  ber. - The answer Is obvious. The ] fairly good throughout tho Slocan  first "eight will represent Liberal con-^ and Kaslo especially will havo a good  stltuencies,- and the second eight Con- | summer If that eight hour law does  servatlve constituencies.  The Trades committee of Trout Lake  City have Issued a handsome and  Miluable booklet describing thc Lardeau and Trout Lake mines and pros- .-,..-_ , ������, co  nects accompanied bv an excellent mines. The miners demand $3.50  map 'of the district showing the loca- "���������'"- **-������ ������it���������������������������i.-������ ������<��������� _���������ifei__. _-_.-t  tion of the leading properties. The  Silver Cup, Nettie L., Great Northern  and other rich mines are given special  prominence in the report, being fully  and accurately described as regards  the character of ore, size of leads, extent of work, assays, ore shipped and  general prospects. The Trout Lake  people are to be congratulated on their  enterprise In getting out this excellent publication, which will do much  to attract renewed attention to one of  Uie richest mining districts in British  Columbia.  The dimunition of the farm laboring class in England is " causing  serious alarm. The Chamber of Commerce proposes to take some action in  the matter.  At Edmonton on Tuesday before  Inspector Wilson, J. P.. Robert Page,  rancher of Pine Lake, near lnnisfail,  was charged on the information of  XV. A. BrewBter with having In hep  temher 1S36 stolen  a mare, the^ pro-  Paris, June 5.���������Tho second class  cruiser Sfax has been ordered to  Dovils' Island to bring Dreyfus back-  to France."  ' *  GERMANY'S GOOD ADVICE  London, Juno 5.���������Germany has advised President Kruger to mako peace-  witb Great Britain and to settle ths  Uitlanders' grievances as quickly as  possible.'  IN   THE NORTH  not cause troublo. I am afraid the  Slocan miners will go out on strike.  The mine owners have offcrod them  $3 a clay for eight hours, with, the  1 alternative   of   closing   down      .their  with the alternative of quitting work  The chances are that there will bo a  serious struggle, which tho mine  owners will eventually win. The  government may, however, repeal the  act." - |!  A  very smart and  fashionably attended   wedding  was  performed* this  morning in the pro-cathedral Church  of the Redeemer by the Rt. Rev. The  'Lord  Bishop of Saskatchewan      and  Calgary,  assisted  by the Rev.  S.  H.  Cubltt, when Mr.  R.  \V.  Newbolt, of  Bow   ChaiEe      ranche,   Calgary,'  was  married  to  Miss  M. Gordon.  Fraser  The bride looked charming in a costume of white muslin and  lace, and  white picture      hat,  trimmed      with  vlack  velvet and  pink  roses.        She  also wore a pearl crescent and carried   a  bouquet  of  pink roses,  both  the gift of     the     bridegroom.     Tlie  ; bride was attended  by three      little  I pages.   Masters   Cecil.   Walter      aud  ��������� Jack Critchley.     nephews     of     tho  bridegroom, who woro white     sailor  The  Government   Geological  Should do Good  Survey  Sagasta keeps right on lolling everybody  that Spain is calm. Ho is u graveyard ���������  Buffalo News.  If Spain keeps on, thu only Coating  thing she will have will be a debt.���������Yon-  kcrs Statesman.  Spain is simply losing timo if she is  waiting for a marked clown price of pence,  ������������������Washington Pose.  Tho most glorious dny for Spanish armi  la when tho Spaniards are resting on them.  ���������St. Louis Globe-Democrat.  ���������In-builillng-anothcr-iKivy Spain-W.i_._b������_  in a position to begin  at the bottom  end  work up.���������Philadelphia Times.  Spain is sure to have ono lxm led- when  this cruel wtir is over. Tho Tcmcrario li  nvfely bottled up in South Auiurica.���������New  York Pre.-s.  And now comes tho story that there are  many cities In Spain tbat am scarcely less  filthy than is Santiago and that cleanliness'in uot a ���������'���������irrue.of the average lbcrlan.  They probably t-xjiortall theircaotile soap.  ���������Boston Herald.  Quick Time,      Good Service, -  Fewest Changes,"   Lowest Rates  Tickets   issued,   through  and  Baggage   checked to destination.  DAILY TRAINS  E'������^. '  S 2jk ..lye  ,   West.  Revelstoke���������Ive. 16.50k  TO AND FROM   KOOTE*S'AY POINTS.  8.15k.. Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr. .16.05k  . MOUNTAIN CLIMBING  The Canadian Pacific Railway Company has stationed ,Swiss Guides at  Banff, Lakes in ' the * Clouds, and  Glacier for the convenience of tour- ,  ists wishing to explore tho mountains  .in these vicinities. Ask for copy of  "Swiss Guide" folder. . .  For    iiiFoi-matioii,   time    cardfc,  maps nud tickets applv to  .     T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent. Revelstoke!  Wf^Fr^A NDEiisoNT^Travelling"5  Passenger Agent, Nel������~on.  E. J. Covr.E; District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  ��������� Thc decision of'the Dominion government to make a thorough geological survey of Great Slave lako  thia slimmer is an important step and  of interest to the whole North West.  If it should turn-out that this great  western prairie land Is bounded by a  rich mineral belt not only to the west,  but nlso along Its northern limits,  where wheat cannot be raised, its  future substantial development is assured. With mining markets to the  north tiiKing as much produce from  the Edmonton district as the Kootenay does, mixed farming is bound to  pay and pay well. For instance, at  Edmonton, at present potatoes bring  from $1.00 to $1.15 per bushel. Onions  are imported and vegetables of all  kinds scarce. The country has been  scoured by buyers for the Kootenay  market and people are left short of  ordinary table supplies.   _  The Athabtisca river is open for  navigation, although tho spring has  been backward and consequently the  water is low yet. Tho Landing,  however, is lively and supplies are  arriving overy day from Edmonton  to be taken u'>rth.      There      will  be  OO.N'T.  Don't follow tho crowd If yon want to  be a leader.  Don't, run arms** an old cn_ litor when  out for n spin on your wheel..  Don't believe nil who ngrco with you.  Argument tires sumo people.  Don't undertake tn lay another man out  unless you arc an undertaker.  Don't feel Unit ynu nro in duty bound  to break the recurd, your neck or your  wheel.  Don't refuse to accept crumbs ot com-  for; boe-niii-o tliry are not wholo bakeriei  of l-.ll������s.  Dsn't. think nil men who tread the  boards are actors. Sumo of them work in  lumber yards.     ������  Don't think it's any consolation to a  man to know that l������'s only I lie female  mosquitoes that bite.���������Chicago News.  WRITERS AND  PAINTERS.  J. R. Hull  & Company  ro   ibe*.  nro- ! bridegroom, who woro wuite     sanor   eo u-a e��������������� _���������......      ���������'"'--      ��������� ���������-,  CW6rJst,   suits  and   had   been  presented   with   moro supplies  taken  north  this, year.  ������ the mob-   silver watches by     the bridegroom,   than usual on. account of the Indian.  pertv of the Informant.  of Edmonton, appeared for tta pro* , ^-^ ^ ^ Mr   A   M  tho! ham.  ccutor, and P. J. Nolan, of  represented the accused.     After     v���������,  SSTS Ceax,iemdinJe>d.thtL PS"?? 1 & A. Critchley held a reception  Pink  Dr. Sanson' presided    ��������� at the  After the ceremony Mr. and  ha.d  ^/nh^^VtinKThTnn'wstln the Alberta hotel.     The     popular  . missed the charge, stating^us^w" j hrir,o niw, hridnoxnom     W6re the re  Hdpo of delaying matters  ISt  .  not find one per cent bad.  not a tittle of evld-   bride and bridegroom .....  c_tf_Tgafa_t" t'te defendant cfpients of mariy valuable presents.  Treaty commission, the Gieat Slave  lake gold fields, the large addition to  the free traders in tho business in  competition with the Hudson's Bay-  company and the bona fide development parties already arriving to go  tforth.     ---���������.*���������-       .'.������������������'   .i VI- .'*_fe������  An Aiie'rtc.in newspaper mnn In London .-ays that A. Coiiiin Doyle, tho author,  looks -'like a prizefighter or a hammer  thrower out of iraitih-g."  Sir Edward Burnc-.Toncs u^cd to ������ay  that hi-* testimony .i-jainst, Whistler ln favor of Rtiskin In a lawsuit w���������������> the most  dlsagreeablo duty he waa ever called upon  to perforin.  The Rti^i.-j nrti-t Aiswosowski, who  not Iouk ago celebrated tho slitieth anniversary of hu debut ns a paint, r. has In  this time p.ilntod ov.r 6,00<)o������nv"nies. The  ocean ts his Bpecl-iUy.  Mifs Ar_cll3 Kussner. *he miniature  painter, has gone to England to execute  Ecvoral orders for members of the nobility.  She is painting miniatures of Iiily, former  Duchoss of Marlborough, new Lady IJcro-  ford; Lady Henry Vincent and Lady 3Soy-  lor-Leland Later she will go to RfCuic  to galnt toxat of the court beauties. . _  _ Butchers    ami  All orders in  oar' line prom*  tilled '. ."   Retail Dcilere ia Beef, Pork ete  KAMLOOPS nnil REVELSTOK-E  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  a^ Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR S POT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix yon  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  GRACE  and  jV\M)NE  Smelter    Townsite  Revelstoke.  v - Every Week  We try to have something in the  bargain line that will interest you  and this week is no exception.  Some splendid values in ��������� Heady-to-  ���������; Wear Skirls. Our ������2.50 line  'for S2, S3 line for $'?..~jQ, etc.  Well made and jierfect fitting.  In Blouses everyone tells us we have  the prettiest in town. We can,  show you a nice assortment from  50c. to S2.25.  Wrappers : We have a very large  stock of them; so the price must  make them go. Our Si.50 Line  for $1.00, $2.00 line for SI.50,  S2.50 line for SL.90, and so on.  We show in our windows this week  a beautiful range of Organdie  Jli/slin which we, roil) sell for 20c  per yard.  In our north window tve display  some snaj/s in prices and patterns  in Table Linen, Napkins, Toweling, etc.  Jilake it a jioinl to procure some of  these bargains ul  The Cash Bazaar  XV. MKI.DKPJI, MA.XACKK  ilnW-liS lll.OriC, ��������� Jli-KKNZIK AVE.  __..-,N EXCELLENT ST'P.ISfl TONIC.  ���������"^FKEs-II SUI'l'LY -IUST RECEIVED.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK-CO.  LIMITED.  CHAS. II. MCDONALD, Manager.  McKENZIE   AVE..   REVELSTOKE   STATION  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   NEWS  Gen. Supt. Marpole went, through to  lhe const on Thursday evening.  The promotion examination will  roninic'iifc at the public school next  week.  Dr. and .Mrs. McKechnie are taking  up their residence in Dr. Jell's house  on Second St.  Remember the parlor social   on   the  pvpning eif June loth at Aid. Graham's  residence:    refreshments     and   .good  . musical programme.  J. Nethertnn i.s building a handsome  residence on .Mackenzie avenue. It is  ���������a 7-inonied two storey house, fitted  ���������out,   with  all  modern   improvements.  George Tempest, nf- Calgary, with  liis bride, nee Miss Ethel Slime.- have  "been spending a few days at the Hotel  Kevelstoke oil their honeymoon  torn-.  The Advertiser, a neatly got. np nntl  newsv sheet, publisher! at Kelmoiitein  hv .T.'l."). Skinner fc Co.. is the.la test,  addition to the U Kit ALU's exchange  ii.-t,.  C. M. Field is adding sufficient nd-  clilionnl hiiilflintr to the Mining ~F,x-  channe on Front St. to allow the house  to qualify under the municipal license  by-law.  XV. H. Viekers has been gazetted a  justice nf the pence and F. Fraser of  Revelstoke is appointed registrar of  tlie Revelstoke County Court vice II.  N. Coursier.  J. M. Skeaff. inniiacing onciiippr of  ���������fhe Freiieh Creek Co.. returned to  town nn Tuesday. The company will  ���������confine il.-elf mainly to development  ���������work* this season.   -  ,T. D. Sinliald reports tlio snow partially all prone in the. open timber ."inel  _un-iit.l_.inl <*>n the way up lo.the Glen-  -gavv. He. expects the. Pisimnnil l'Jrill  ���������will he up to the mine sn 31 outlay.  M.-niiiirer Brewster of the Carnes  "Creek Co. desnarcheel a party ot five  men em Wednesday .���������ifleriieiein In  ���������commence work nn the Rosebei-y. Mr.  Brewster left for the mine himself  -next day.  Tlie members of lln* executive committee nf ihe hemic, of trade .nnd the  mayor and city council have been  photographed in croups for reproduction in the Koolenay Standard  July number. 3   Services   tomorrow    (St. . Barnabas  T).iv) in St. Peter's church will hp  i-elt-bratiiiii of the Holy Ki-.eharist.  *S a. iu.: inm-'iins prnver. litany an.l  sf.in.ein. 11 a. in.: children's flower  service, 2.80.; evensong, choral, unci  sermon. 7.30 p. )i).  The e omipii.tee it) chargenfthe Ford  memorial have ordered a r.andsonie  Italian marbie cross to be erected at  Hie grave e.f ihe late vicar of St.  Peter's, from Somerville Bros., of  Brandon. JUn. The order will be  filled in abeint two months.  Conn .Mt.lleghi.-. No. 3.-1CI. I.O.F..  will .-ilt'-nil i.-ivice at St. IVler*.-  ehureii Siitiei.-iy .-vciiincr. .lime ISt li.  The Kevelstoke Bra-s Band will lie in  iitteiidiint-e. YiMting brethren are  invited. Th" iiifinb"is of the lodge  will meet at the lodge room at (1:3).  A Biiineli-ett. C.P.It. t-irgineei-, has  -<l'-e iiie-:! to b'iii.1 a liancKoiiie anil .-nli-  .-tantial brick lesiilence nn liis lnt_ em  iin- iiptiosiie side eif S'-eemel avenue  fie.in   lb-   Soratrze    ic-ieioii'-e.    F. C  The Leading Store  " Xo Muster, No Fuss, .lust llusiiiess, That's All."  iners!  Prospectors...  We hnvo initile u speclul study of  your requirements  unci wu lutvo IN STOCK n lull assortment ol  Blankets, Boots, A Tents,  Clothing:, Etc.,  of EXCELLENT fJUAT.ITY   nt KEASONAHLE THICKS    WU CAIiltY TIIK   FISH BRAND OIL CLOTHING  Get Our Quotations,  Compare With Others,  considering i|utility, etc.  Wc Do Not Fear the Result.  Taylor Block,  McKenzie Avenue.  Best quaality of our firewood delivered to any  part of town at   $2.26 A CORD.  __Bsa______  16 to 20 inches in length.    Leave your orders at  Fred Robinson's Sawmill Office.  PRESENTATION TO DR. JEFFS  An Address and Set of P. W. U. Jewels  Tendered by the L. O. L.  "Wednesday afternoon was the occasion of thu presentation to Br. .Tuff's,  by the Orange Lodge, of a set nf P.W.  M. jewels, accompanied by an address.  The ceremony look place nL Dr. .lelL.  residence on Second St.. where; Mr.  K. P. Pettipiece read lhc following  address:  -IIi.vi:i_������tok_*,'*"s. C, June "tli, lSO'.i.  To Tnst IVop-lilpfiil Master )'. XV. .lefts ol L.O.L.  No. ](���������.."������.  llonr Sir anil llrotlieir.���������We, the Dinners anil  member" of Lodge No. ll". of tlio Loyal Orange  Association, of Ite'velslnki', II. 0., lenriiinj that  vou contemplate leaving llevelstoke, elesire to  make expression to vou of lhe feelings of preat  regret with wlile-h v.'e contemplate vour de-  parttiro. To vour energetic work on helmlt e.f  the order here till.- lodge owes a very preat  'leal of its present prosperity ami good standing. As Orangemen we feel deeply lhe loss  wliich the Indite will su<lain hy your leaving,  while ns resiele'iiV* of Uevel-toke wc regret the  lots of a viilunljle citizen and as individuals  wenrc ltmvo.I in part wilh a staunch and  friend. Asa slight token nf onr esteem we  have ordered a sei nl Tnst Worshipful Muster  jewels which will he forwarded to you and of  nliie-li we request vour ncccptance, anel our  hu^t. wishes ito with tlio gift for your .success- in  vour fresh sphere of work nnel for lifelong  luipi'iness for yourself and Mrs. Jelfs and  fnniilv.  IV. _. _'.-. EY, \\. -M.  R.lM'CTTiricci:. Hoe. See.  Dr. .TelTs made a suitable reply* in ti  lew words. cxptessing bis regret at  leaving Kevclstok.. li. S. MrC-nler,  T. .7. Grahame. Thos. Steed. A. Johnson. W. G. Birney anel II. A. Bi-nwn  maele short speeches expressing their  refiret at. the elepurliue of Dr. ,1 ell's  anil wishing liiiu aiul his family all  kind.-, o. future happiness and prosper-  itv.  Business Locals  ���������Roys' suits, a few left, at bargain  prices,"at M. K. Lawson's.  ���������A new lot of ladies' hosiery, a splendid line, at M. Iv. Lawson's.  ���������llnhfc. Truemai). photographer, has  arrived in town and is now ready for  business in his new branch studio.  He will remain hore until .Turn.'20th.  ���������C. W. Coi'i'igari, D.D.S.. of Vernon,  has taken over Dr. JMatliison's office  here and will pay his first visit, on the  l_lh June and remain about two weeks  i'i mil that elate.  ua ^n     iJt     i*. F*-9     \m     _-H _"-__---.__    fH   Vu  By buying from us  You will save money  ���������!������������������_ _"i"_ 'M"__"i"i"__"- ���������$"-_������_ _4.*���������_���������!��������� ���������W'*  ****Bu*foa\jaGr3UZliy~  A Nasty Squeeze  Itis reported that .lack Mann, the  C.P.R. Inakeinan. wlm was badly  injured by being squeezeel liiitwi'eii  two e-ais in the early pnrt of (lie week,  died in tlielicisplt.il nL Gulden yesterdav. ,    .  The Orange Celebration  Very favorable special rates have  been obtained by the Orange Loelge  from the C. P. li. for lhe visitor*, on  .! uly-l������ih���������--Tliey-aie-in-faci^r-hi-i-iiiosir-  t'avr.inble ever yctKranteel. being feuir-  fifths oi the single fare I'or the round  trip: Salmon Arm to Kevelstoke unci  return, ������2.55. K.iinlnops. .'53 '2'1, -"anil  Ashei-oft. $7.re. Diiiiiei* anel tea will  lip served on '..he grounds by lb"  Ladies" Aid SK'iclk'S of the Methodist  and Presbyterian churches. ..The City  Brass Danei will lie ���������jjiesent anil render  a priigrainnie of selections during the  dav.  The committee have sue. ceiled in  lne.it.iiig suitable picni'- grounds about  lialfii mile oa.-t, nr Preel. Ri-ibiiisnn'f  old sawmill. anti will arrange for  plenty ol' tent-. -������iii!.~s. plat form for  i-pealci'i>. nnel even-thing to make the  event rule long id be re'iiieiiibei'eel.  '��������� Natures   Own   Health   Preserver."  ^eQuaker Bath  Cabinet  Turkish Knths tv*: Homo. Saves Health, Life.  Mticlicini! ami Hoftor bilN. Theso Hath- nre  iMeasnnt, Toninir. Cteiinsiii*:, Ko-IJuMdintr,  Inviuortitirg. i*trt:n>:thoniri^ to tho body,  Ltlotnl, Tnii-cle*-. hci\rt. etc. Por further piir-  tifiilars, infurinntiou or circulars apply to  Chas, J. Aman, 0^������. station.  Fruit and Confectionery  Soft Drinks  -JEobaccos^and-Cigar-s-  Ice Cream' Parlor  in Connection   1 We buy in car lots  2 We pay spot cash  8   We understand the retail Grocery business  thoroughly  4 Our  ten years' experience in, Revelstoke  has taught us the class of Groceries you  like best  5 We have all the facilities for doing a retail  business.     Wholesalers have not.  7   Our  goods   are  fresh  and   we  guarantee  every article  We ifeel confident , that the people of Revelstoke  will give their support to local merchants, who  have all their interests in the city, rather than  to.wholesalers who have practically no interests  here, prices and terms being equal.  We have secured the use of the Government Cold  Storage and always carry a select stock of  Butter and Eggs, at market prices,  should not be forgotten  while advertising . . . .  REMEMBER  IT  makes you come to us sometimes  anel whether boy or girl, sick or  well, we can  supply your wants.  HAIR BRUSHES���������  fashioned for tiny heads, 60c  and 75c each,  COMBS���������  nt loc ami 25c each,  to ne-  f company the dainty brushes.  FEEDING BOTTLES���������  a complete line.  Velvet Talcum, Puffs, Etc.  FIELD & BEWS  PHARA.ACISTS,  I Revelstoke;  B.C.  ���������I"T"H"H"I"T"I'*'f"f>H.l.'H.^.j.iM.+<_HM|.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist.  DI5K.H IIKADS,  illIlllS, ANIMALS, Ktc,  Treserveel anil Mountcil.  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  Mrs. W. J. Lee  ieICEn..iE Ave.  Apples  Apples, evaporated, new poi Ib..$   V2X  whole peril).      I-i"  Dried Fruits  Currants  0  KniMiis  0  Prunes  30  Apples 7  S  Prunes, silver  12J,  Baking-*  Powder  Baking Poweler,   Pi-ice's.   12 ov..  per tin   .B:!-ki!'.i.'_.-o'.'-dei',-Puicc--'s,--2i-lhs.--^^  per Iin '    1  P.ikin^ Poweler,  Price's.   .">  lbs..  per tin *    2  B.ikinKl5r.'.v.lei. White Star, 12  cr/.. tin-. '.I tor   Baking Powelt-r.   White  Star, 11  Hi. tin--, per tin   Baking  Powdev,  White Star,   5  ib. tins., per tin .'   Do You Eat Bread?  ��������� mine  ar.d B-ixler Rnliin.iin have tl  ic  i untr.ii't for putting up   tiw   building. |  i  There is a ci'in! for  $2f3 -tei expend;  on   eioiii...-     son.i-! liint:    tn   make-   tlie  gi-i-iiiti i-nunii iii-   mull  ivem-c' look a  little le��������� Hi-" the !��������� ickyan'. iif a   work |  house tiwn :li"\*  iin at.  piesi-nt.    Itis-!  not much,   but it, in.iv a- wil lm spent  before it lapse-, wbie-ii will nol lie long.  June 30 being the el.ete.  Tb" Bicycle Club have opene-d a list  for lady niembeis find a irit'.tt many  Il.ive all eady joined.' 'Iiie c-Iub is  mi-ikint; preparations for a run up tin-  Uiir B-'iiil road on Tuesday evciiing. A  larire iii::iiiii-r of both hielien anil gents  ���������will !'-' I'le-.-iit. Tbey will wtarl lrom  ���������fiiiy B.i-.lier's je;v.*ellery Mole; at ~:?J.)  ���������ji.m. -h.u p.  J. K. Wooil has the erect inn of a  i ii.iiu >-i for St. Peter'.- chinch in hnnd  .-mil wili coniiiieni c work on Monday  :ie:st and expects to finish it in about  :i feu might. The ch.-.in-el will lie 20x20  in the new part, but will project, about  five feet into the present, building.  The addition will _ add considerable  extra seating room in the church.  The Kevelstoke Steam Laundry is  dn-ed and the sheriff is.riasting notices  on the door. Harvey and Keswick, the  late proprietors, not being immpciiate-  lv available for purposes of service.  This launchy was started to clown the  Chinese. Tnemethods adopted by tlie  proprietor.- to further tliis end wei-c  original buteffettive. Tliey hired four  Chinamen to work in the laundry and  left town without paying them theii  tvagei.  Methodist and the Sunny Way  Biii.i.i-rvn.i.i:. .liiiu- S.���������Dr. Cm map.  of the VI.IV of Qninle e-einfei-enee. eloes  not like | lie manlier In which Premie!  f.iiui.-.- has. -ivrlvi'.l the pi oliibil ion  question. He snys tliere may lie-  ii-cun for a variety nf juilaenieiir. nn  ibis r|r..'.-.i ion. but nn tin- Brili-li "iiie.  I he -nie of gov.-i umriiL by ma jm-il ies,  ttieic ian be no e|iie-tioli of what wsis  the ri-rlit tiling to ilo. Swei-pintr.  laelie al. univ.-r-.-il ami iii^t.-inl.-iii.'Ous  pi obil.il ion may nor. be expedient, but  tb"' iiti-r.-i'i-iir t lie Pi iniiei-has gi-e>iil.ly  ���������_'ii"veil us. Willi in.-igiiilieciil majoi-  itie-s e-ast. and ma joi-il ies her", aiiel  m-l. it woulel not have been bene-afii  (he-dignity of the 1 .eiiiier anil his  irovermiHTit to hnve lrmke-il at both  side.- of the fpii'Stion.  Then hft\������.  me el'-ll.",- i;  t-.   yo'i   _>> --I.   o\-t rt ������l..y  A. N. SMITH,  Baker, Confectioner and Orocer.  R.   H.  TRUEMAN  & CO.,  PHOTOGRAPHERS  Will iir.nn np hu-in.-ss- in th.'i'r new  -in.I[<> ir. tii.-syiTH Kloek ili<! fir*t v-mk  in June,  iin-l  ������lll  r'-iriiin oi-.^ monlli.  Bluing;  Bluing squ nes. per lb   Bluing liquid, per bottle   Brooms  Brooms (i) e-.u-h   (2) ei.i'h   ���������.(-'ii  e tell   (I; t-.ie h   fine  Plstino   Photos  Eiscuits  Bi-C'lils. -oil.i. :*/) Jl). Lov. pi-r lb.  P.ilteisr.ii'- i if.-iin sod.is. '.i lb. tin  e.uli      PmIIi1; -on"-   frr.1h.1111   Wafers,   2  lb. tin^. .-lell   Patterson*- mixed, 1 lb. litixes...  20  IS  -10  i  -10  '.'Si  20  Canned Fruits  Canneel Fruits. California.:!! lbs,  eacii .'.      20  Caimi'd strawberries, Canadian  2 lbs., each  ..'....:        37  Canned raspberries. Canailian.  2 lbs., each       IT  Canned Vegetables  Tomatoes, 3 lb. tins, per tin   ...: 12!  <lorn, 2 lb. tins, per tin  ll"  Peas, per tin  ]0  Beans, per tin  10.  Cocoanut  At Gould'...  D_r-Ciill ami In-fici't -.n"I I'-n^". vnr ur.ier .'">r  io. t . "la'., ei'irfc.  Result of High School Entrance Exam.  I'liiu-ipal Sullivan leeeiveil this  iiioiiiiiig a sliileiiiiMit, of the lesnlt. of  lhe ice-enl examination for enl ranee  io Ihe High School from Alexander  Robinson. Supt. of ICeliical.ioti. who  slate,-, that the: general record of the  class is very e'leelitnbli'. Those who  passed are: Jennie penis. Prance's  Dent and Krnest Davis, tniiki'tig three  out of Mr. Sullivan's class of four. Thc  ceitific-ati's which have been forwarded  nre very handsomely Kn*" "I>- The  Herald congratulates their prnuel  possessions,  Jeffries Wins  Jeffries knocked Fitzsinimnns-nut in  flie'-clcventh rnimil by a blow on the  chin. The betting was 2 to I on Fitz  unel one man made an extraordinarv  bet of $10,000 to $COOon the vanquished  heavyweight.  LADIES', gMPORIUM  TirTpn Fttilht, Centrjc.  Opjirjvijf fov.-Rtj Klofk.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  Goods  in  town.  Cheese  ('bee'*', McLari'ii's nipiliimi. per  j-"-.   Chec-e. Caiia'Iiari 10 Ib. c liw-".  each    1  50  M. K. Lawson.  Coffee  r_-or_ p f.'OFrp;ivS  j still lead in  | QUALITY AND PRICK  j ( Bean or fJroiii.el)  j.Tnva and .Moeli.t Sn.li, per lb   l"Be.-t   .lavei    anel     Moclui.    ("very  chr.it e)   Our Own Bleiiel   Try our 25 e-e-nt. bean eofTee.  Chase and  S.-inbcnn'.s 2 lb.   fin,  per tin   JL.  Bicycle Given  Away  On August ist, by the  ... HOTEL EDWARDS  Coil at tiie hotel unci see shout it.  IT,  Cnronmit- in bulk, per Ih       27  Cocoanut in packets per lb       155  Condensed Milk  Condensed milk. -Reindeer, per  tin        1"!  Condensed cream, .Jersey, per  tin :        12  i        Canned Fish  Salmon, best, per iin        12J  Cove oysters, 2 lb., pel- tin        25  " "      1 lb., per tin        15  Canned Beef  Canned Beef. 2 lb., per Iin       ,'10  Canned Brawn. 2 lb., per (in        '������)  Lunch Tongue, I lh., per tin       :J5  Fluid Beef  Johnston's Fluid B"ef. I oz.-tins.      .|0  " " "     2 oz. tins.      25  Egg Powder  I ICgg Pn-.veler. Minis each        15  i "  I T-l        "  ' Flour  j Flniii'���������Ogilvie's     or   ICi'ewaliti,  j     per cwt   Gelatine  ! Cclatine, Coxes,  \ lb. p.u-kages..  Lard  Larrl. pure. '.', lb.  I ins   " ���������'     5 lb. tins1.   "     10 lb. tins   "     2011.. litis   Bacon  Breakfast bacon, peril)       12",  Dry salL bacon, peril '. 4      10J  2 :_>  13  1 10  2 10  Marmalade  Marmalade, Keillor's 7 lb...  Pickles  Pickles. 1 gallon pails *...  Crosse & Bluckwell's pints.  Patterson's t|itart, sealers...  " pint sealers   Sweet Pickles   1 00  SO  35  20  Rice  Rice, China ....'  '���������     Japan   ���������r>!  ������.l  Salt  Salt, :*-lb.>ncks/3 for   ������������������   50 lb. sacks,* each ...  Sapolio  Sapolio, per cake  25  75  12  Soap  Soap���������  Royal   Crown   Seiap 20  for *    ] 00  Peerless Sua p, 25 I'or    1 0(1  Sunlight snap,.18 fur    1 00  Starch  Starch, laundry,   1  lb.   Corlins,  peril) ;..      .10  Starch, Com, per lh         0  Soda  Soda, Washing, per lh         3  Sago.  Sago, per lb.  Tapioca  Tapioca, pearl, per lb   1  Teas  " Our Teas are the best in the market.  Ram Lai's, (the faveuit"'). per lh. 00  Liptmi'.s_Nn. 1 per lb  (J()  No. 2, per Hi  50  No. 3. per lb  40  5 lbs. black tea feu  1 00  Vermicelli  "Vermicelli. 10lh. box  85  Macaroni, 10 lb. box  85  ������������������*  iji mi je  WJaolesale and Retail General Merchants.  . D. PIGKARD  ..ASSAYER..  O0I1I, Silver or Leiiel        *1 W  Oopnur  2 OO  Ciolil nnel Silver        2 00  'inlel or Silver nnil Copper     '. 2 SO  Oolrl, Silver nml l.enel  ....     3(H)  Bold, Silver, l.enel nnd Copper '. !,' < 00  Prompt Attention to Samples by Mail.  Cash,Must Accompany the Sample.  Front Street7~x~ Revelstoke  Wishing to Clear Out  tlie stoek of .1. Aikcnlicnel & Co.,.composed of  WATCHES, JEWELLRY  and SILVERWARE  wc liave. lcdui.'ecl prices of same to 11 small per-  t'Piiliiifeiiliuvp cost, nnil will continue sellini;  nt red need prlees until Julv 13. We nlso mnko  ii.speelnlly of  Watch Repairing  encli jrili liolns thoroughly repniroel nnel gunr-  iiiil'.'ed for VI months.   Nn eure. no piev.  * Mail orders promptly intended to,"nnd express paid one i\ny.   .      - -  E. M. ALLUM,  Front St.  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  REVELSTOKE.  HOTEL FOR SALE  The Miuiiii; Ivxeliniipte: hotel for  snle. Tlie holel is well furnished throiiKhe'iit and is doiin; a  Itooil sicady lm-iness. Applv for  further particulars to  CHAS.'M.Vlia.l),"'  Kevelstoke, B.C.  J. W. Cross, M..D.  . -  Olllee:     Taylor Kloek, Jliickcnzio   Avenue,  tevelstoke.  Siiritron lo the ('.. V. It.  Health Onie.er, City of Kevelstoke.  of  ttnc  City Scavenger  Tenders will lie received for the*position  of City Scavenger up to noon of Friday,, Jt:  mill.  The lowest or  any  tender  not necessarily  accepted.  C. li. SHAW,  City Clerk.  For Sale  <���������      For Sale  A'complete saw mill outfit. ' Engine -III h. p.,  illurllfi h. p.   1'hiiier, matcher mul  moulder,  ul hliinicli. machine.   Will sell whole or anv  irt of outm.   Applv to "ti," Hkiiai.d.  bollo  1111  part  Carpenter Wanted  Wanted���������a first-class Carpenter.    Apply to  John J~. Wood. .....   _.   . ...    ..           lly 1111  dress,  ���������15-:u  Situation Wanted,  nrrlcel lady ill a private family.   3ld-  "S," HKRALD OFFICE.  Sheriffs Sale of Mineral Claims  Under nnd l.y virtue of a warrant of Execution  issued oul of the County Court of Koolenay, I  have seized and will offer for sale at the Court  House, in tlio City of Itevelstoke, 011 Monilnv,  the lllth ilny of .lime, iSSil, nt the hour of  V2. noon, nil tho interest of John Knnest in the  following minernl clnlni: ���������  " lloynl" JI. C, situntcon Fish Creek, near  Liirdciiu Townsite.  ���������'Sultnn" Jl. C, siliinto on 8-llilc Rnlcli.  close to lioyel Creek Trull, nnil " Itlni'I; Diamond " JI.e:., slliiale 011 Ophir Creek, trlbiitnrv  ol Lexington Creek, \1 mile from trail, extension of I.nst Clinnce. Si. C.  Dated nt Itevelstoke, B. C, this first dny of  June, A.D., 1SQ!>.   ���������  _> O.K. OUOC.AN. "  ; ' Duputy Sheriff  Notice  TnkcXoticc that John II. Robinson, of the  City of Kcvclstokc, intends to npply to the  Hoard of l.lceuisliii: Commissioners of tlie Citv  of llevelstoke. nt the next slttlni: of tho  Ui'cnsIiiK i-'ourt for a license to sell liquor by  retail on the premises owned l>v him anil  situate on Lots 1.1 and HI. Hlock 23, on the corner of Orton Avenue nnel Second Street in tlio  snid City of Kevelstoke.  Dated this llrst elav of Jlav, A. D., 1899.  m  ,jT,-  ,Mi'i_i  i.*Af  I  fs-TS  ���������if  Executor's Notice to Creditors.  NOTICE r*i IIEKEBYGIVEN Hint nil person*  hnviiig claims against thc cstntc of Allan S.  JIcKenzic, late of Anacondn, in the. Plato of  Montana, U. S. A., deceased, are rc'iuireel to  send to Geo. S. JleCartcr, of Itevelstoke, B.C.,  Solicitor for Mnry McKenzie, the executrix  mimed in thc lust will and testament of .sniel  deceased, full particulars of such claims on or  before the 1.1th elav of June, 1899, anel aftor  the snlil 15th clay of June, the said  executrix wil'proeeeef to distribute the RHid  estate) nmonRSt the persons entitled thereto,  having regard only to those claims to wliich  the executrix shall then have notice, and that  the said executrix will not be liable for the  proceeds of said estate or any part thereof so  di-tributcd to nny person of whose claim the  snid executrix hnd not notice at the time of  the distribution thereof.  Dated tliis 1.1th JIbv 18'.)9.  GEO. S. J'lrCAKTER,  39���������liv Solicitor for thc said Executrix.  Administrators Notice to Creditors  Notice is hereby given that all creditors and  persona having claims against the estate of  Arthur Godfrey Molson Spragge, late of Revelstoke, B. C. barrister, deceased, nre required  to send to James' F. Armstrdng; Esq., Official  Administrator, at Fort Steele, B.C., the administrator of this estate, full particulars of  such claims on or before thc 23rd day of June,  1899; and after thc said 23rd June, 1899, tho  said administrator will proceed to distribute  said estate amongst the persons entitled  thereto, having regard only to those claims of  which the said administrator shall then have  notice and that the said administrator will  not be liable for the proceeds of said estate or  any part thereof so distributed to any person  of whose claim thesaidadministratorshall not  have hadnotice ot thc time of the distribution  thereof.  Dated this 23rd dav of jrav, 1899.  GEORGE S. McCARTER  41���������iw���������w     Solicitor for said Admiostranor,  ill  nn

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