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 __������������������  */������������������ *_���������.���������'.*���������'���������'���������;*" ���������,?*������������,  I.   ��������� *-���������*^     V^ t,,rJ,K'*,.*ais    V     fc,~        j/ .t^"*  -ISSTTIEID   TAATIOE-^-"VvrEElS:���������-W-EI3nsrESlD^.-Z-S    J������l<rJD    S-A.TTTDR,:D.A.-5r������  Vol. III.    No. 64'.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16,1899.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  IS  OUR  FIELD  Our  business is steadily  Our stocks are  larger ihan ever. We buy  in car loud lots Our wiu'e-  room nnd cold .storage facilities are the be*t in llevelstoke. We liave a large  branch store at  Trout Lake  City.  ' The Lardeau and Trout  Lake district is now coining  to the front; shipping mines  already, and railway transportation by competitive  companies is now a certainty. And we are well  prepared to supply miners'  and " prospectors' complete  outfits.  Have You  Made Up  Your Mind  what- you , would liko for  your new suit? Np.matter  what kind of clothes, style,  color or pattern you fancy  most, come and examine our  new and up-to-date stock.  Men's Shoes  for Summer  Every shoe in this showing is new; new in pretti-  ne.-s as well as in fashion,  material and making. We  have been appointed' sole  agents for the "Slater Shoe"  but have plenty other makes  and styles for any preferring them.  About  Prices  "~~Wlien we sell volt an  article at Si it'.s worth $1;  straight business methods  at tins store. Our businc-fl  is to sell general merchandise not only, this year, but  next ytar and years alter.  That being the case, it is  simply business common  sense for us to sell the very  best goods we can as Cheap  as we can. We want your  trade, and we are making it  worth your while to trade  with us, This you know or  will know. All branches of  our business are to be kept  right up to the times aud  the prices kept down.  If You Can't  Call on Us  we will call on you���������just let  us hear from you, Our advertisements are plain facts  plainly stated. We invite  investigation of them in  nny manner.  C.B.HUME&C0.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merchants.  Revelstoke,    -    B.C.  fcPsP5fc������>ftfcMsfc������**^._������^fc*������__^*������r.p^  ���������S������������iS������d������S)^^ t������mtt������Sm������������3<2������dS^  M^MB&W^M'dm^  ��������� ������������������������  The programme this month is the  prompt clearance of everything  to make  that belongs to summer  "43  room for New Fall Goods and  because of that fact we're able to  anticipate big ger sales for August  with better values than were ever  known before, within four weeks  we must be ready at every point  for Fall business and stocks for  the new season are coming in  with a rush. That makes it im-'  perative that we sell everything  now. We don't .want to carry  it over and if shoppers accept bur  'statements regarding the. goods  the growth pf sales -will surpass  our largest hopes.  Thursday morning v/e will begin  our Great Semi-Annual Clearing  Sale of the seasons odd lengths  and remnants of black and colored  Dress Goods, Wash Fabrics, Oot-  tons, Flannels, Etc. As this is  our customary semi-annual event  any further comment is superfluous. The prices we mark these  Remnants at by no means represent actual cost of production  and it will be in order for you to  be on hand early ^Thursday,morning if you want the benefit of a  big selection.  WILL START ALL OVER  City Aldermen Were Working  Under Wrong Procedure.  D. G. CATHCART IN TROUBLE   THE    LARDEAU    CAMP  SOLICITOR PUTS THEM RIGHT  On the Frontage Tax Question.���������Not  Much Likelihood of the Trunk Sidewalk Being Built This Year.���������The  Public School Janitor's ;Salary Must  Ee Paid by Somebody.���������More Public  Improvements to be Made.  The niceling of lhe city nldeinien on  Friday  evening last  was a comparatively quiet one.  All wen; present except Aid. Brown.  Tlle minutes of the last meeting were  read and adopted.  A communication was received from  Chas. F. Lindniark on behalf of the  school board asking the city to pay u  balance of S<Xn.'iO due the .���������janitor.  With the permission of the mayor  Mr. Lindniark explained to the council  that the school hoard's repeated efforts  to get the provincial government lo  assume this liability had been unavailing. Thu amount in the past had been  raised by popular subscription,,entertainments, etc., but the board had  found rhe burden too heavy and ho  thought it nothing but right and  proper that all should bear an equal  share, of the ..mount, and asked the  alderman to give the matter "their  earnest consideration.  Aid. Crage could not see why the  provincial government should not bear  this expense. It surely was their duty,  as they were controlling and running  the school system of the city.  Aid. Graham said that as a member  of the school board he could bear out  Mr. Lindin.-irk's contention, and added that-all tlieir efforts to secure this  amount from the provincial, government had failed.' lie knew that it was  the same all through the piovince, so  that there was not much uso of further  correspondence on the subject with  the educational department.  ' Ir, was finally decided to have tho  city clerk write direct to the minister  of education and then if refused point,  blank they might assume the payment  of the janitor.  A resolution .was received and read  from It. Tapping and II. Needham  favoring the frnnl.gc tax anywhere  and everywhere. It was, carefully  filed.   '  Upon advice received from City  Solicitor McCarter and the Kamloops  city clerk, it wes demonstrated that  the. city must bear the expense of  keeping and caring for any sick in the  city who. could not care or pay for  themselves.  The public works committee recommended : That Ihe sum of S120 be  appropiiuteqVto protect the' road on  Third street, near' the junction cf  Government street. That the sum of  .$400 be appropriated for ditching from  a point on Second street, near Hume's  warehouse, northwesterly to the corner of Boyle avenueand Victoria road,  thence westerly parallel "to Victoria  rond about 1300 ft.  On motion of Aid. Kilpatrick���������Aid.  Graham the report was adopted.!  Aid. Graham* introduced "Cemetery  By-Law No. 21." authorizing the acceptance nf certain lands for fhe purpose of a cemetery, It was read a  first, second and third tiinc,and passed  .upoii-tiiot:oii_oLAlds._Crage_T-Grahani._  The frontage tux question was then  opened by Aid. Kilpatrick, followed  Iiy" Aid.������ Wells who was decidedly  against the frontage tax system at all.  Before the aldermen had jangled long  enough to work themselves np to the  state of interest manifested at the last  meeting City Solicitor McCarter throw  a good deal of light on the subject by  informing them that they were working under the wrong procedure, as had  already been clearly pointed out bv  Aid. McKechnie at. this meeting. If  they hud asked him in fhe first place  what they really wanted to know he  could have .told them, but until personally attending this meeting, (having heen unavoidably absent at the  last one), he did not understvnd what,  they were fighling about. This had  a cooling olTect upon the city fathers,  and upon thu motion of Aid, Kilpatrick���������McKechnie the. whole, matter  was referred back to the committee  and city solicitor, for the preparation  of a new report to be in accordance  with nnd governed by ihu provincial  act. relating to such works. i  Mark Hyatt's account was accepted  at, the rale of $3.25 per day���������ten hours.  The signature ol the mayor to  cheques for the accounts presented at  the meeting previous ended thn evening's session a nd the council adjourned.  Messrs. Tapping. Nc-edhaiii and  Stamper were present.  Arrested in Vancouver on a Charge cf  Uttering-Worthless Cheques.���������He Was  Just Leaving For Seattle.���������The Case  Remanded For One Week.  Monday's Piovince contains an  account of Ihe arrest and appearance  in the Vancouver police court of D. G.  Cathcart on a charge of uttering a  number of worthless cheques on lhc  branch of the Imperial bank hero, lie  was anc-led on Monday morning  while seated in the train for Seal lie.  just as it was pulling out. The cheques  were givon in payment for a number  of purchases of wearing apparel,  including a gold watch and chain and  a luxurious travelling rug. One of  those from whom he had obtained  money by these means became suspicious and requested the police to  watch him with the result that lie  was arrested, lie pleaded not guilty  to tho charge and in explanation said  that he had disposed of bis business  to the Parsons Produce Co. with the  understanding thus ho was lo receive  !j)22S as soon as lhe business was  wound up. He issued the cheques in  question against this S22S and up to  the time he was arrested had no idea  that the money had not-been placed  to his credit. Tho magistrate adjourned thu case for a week, putting  bail at himself in $.*i00 and two sureties in 8250 each. When ariested  Cathcart had only .$! in his clothes.  There aro several parties in town here  who have been trying to locate him  for t lie past week or more, who will  now be able to communicate with him.  Following from the World says:���������  D. G. Cathcart, storekeeper of Revelstoke, assigned a fortnight ago to the  Putsons Produce Company and came  down to Vancouver. Here for a week  past he has been a high roller, paying  hack and hotel men as well as others  with checks on his account up country. These total $100 or more and being returned "no funds" .he was ariested while trying to escape to Seattle.  A remand for a week was oided at the  Police court.  Notes From Prospect and Mine  Around That District.  PROSPECTORS ARE   HUSTLING1  Gun Club Shoot.  -   The following are the scores  forthe  shoot at the gun club grounds on August 5th and 12th respectively :  '-.?     .      .     .       AUGUST 5th.  A. J.* McDonald...."   T. E. L. Taylor   W. M. Lawrence   K. D. J. C. Johnson   Guv Barber .*   A. "Mc-Rue   '    -  AUGUST 12TII.  W.  M.   Lawrence.'.   K. D. JVC. Johnson   T, K.-L. Tavlor..-   A.  McRae."   Kd. White   J.Pinkhani :   A. McRae won from T. E. L. Taylor  in the shoot olf ; -ten known and 15  unknown shots.  No School Till Monday.  Tho public school met on Tuesday  morning at 9 o'clock and was dismissed again until next Monday, in order  to allow of arrangements for the five  classes, into which the school will in  future be divided, to be made. The  trustees have been authorized to ient  two looms for the junior classes.  Principal Sullivan. Miss Smith [and  Miss Mallard, of New Westminster,  who used to teach at Donald, were the  only teacher.*! present yesterday, but  there aro to be two more, one of whom  .\vill-aliiiost.certaiiily_be_Miss_Eflgar_vof  this place. The trustees expect, to rent  two rooms in R. Gordon's block forthe  two lower classes.  A Big Strike on the Jenny Lind.���������The  Silver Queen Makes a Very Favorable  Showing.���������Notes From the Lade  Group, Silver Tip, Glengarry, Sunshine and Other Properties Which*  Will be Opening Outsiders Eyes.  (Trout I.akc Topic.)  Capt. Johnston and Bob McOord,  made a very floe .strike of ore or. tho.  Jennie Lind. a claim located on thu  Horn lead at the head of lhe North  Fork. -  A double shift is now being worked  on the Old Gold and Primi-o.-e proper-  t ies at t he head of the Noi th Fork.  The    Duncan    River    Mining    and  Development     Co.     intend    to   push'  briskly lhe work on  their  properties.  A very fine showing of ore is exposed.'  as a result of the  work  done.    Cabins  are   being   erected   for   sleeping and.  other     purposes     and   the   work   nf  development will be pushed  for all  it  is worth. ,  On   the   Guinea   Gold   Mines   Co.'s.  property there is a surface showing of  10 inches'  of   clean   steel   galena ancL  four feet of concentrates.     This property is being developed by a crosscut,  tunnel which  is  expected  to  tap  the.  vein underneath tliis surface showing'^  at a distance (if 00 feet.    - J. AV. West-"  fall, who is managing this property, is  very pleased with its appearance.  In the Sunshine tunnel, oat of an.  upraise 10 feet high by 5  feet long,  1G.  tons of ore were  taken.   Twenty-five  men are working on this property.  Several  thousand  dollars  worth  of  work will be done on the Silver Queen  during the coming fall and winter.   Aj  splendid showing of ore appeals in the. .*  drifts and crosscut on this property.    ��������� -'  Work on the Nettie L is progressing-,  favorably   and   it is expected before  long that the vein will be encountered.' \  J. T. Laulhers bronghtin some very,  good surface rock  from" the"E. G.,  al'.   ���������  claim on Seven.Mile creekfa tributary  to the west of Trout Lake.       '.<���������-*      \   '  Work is beiDg pushed steadily on.  the Lade group on'Gainer creek. '��������� It is,  expected that'the lead will he encoun- -J  tered in the crosscut before long.  Later news from   lhe   Jeuny LindJ  would indicate that the new strike is.  oneof  the largest ever  tnadein  the  country.   The" lead   is about 14 feet -  wide and contains where it has-heen,  crosscut, two stringers of ore on either' --  wall   aggregating  2S inches- of solid'"  shipping ore.   - Further down'the lead  was opened iip and disclosed to view-,  15 "inches of lean galena.   No* assays*  have been made as yet.  but from  the  appearance oi. the ore  high  values in  silver and lead may be obtained,  H.  A.  Brown   returned   last night,  from a trip up to the SilverTipMining  Co.'s   property   at    the   head   of the  North Fork.    He su5's there is a showing of ore on the Copper Cliff of about.  nine inches of clean galena carrying,  copper,     Mr. Brown.says the showing  is very fine.  Thf> prospecting now being done on  the Glengarry .by means of the dia-_  mond drill has demonstrated .that at  one place in the vein there is 20 inches  of solid oie. "���������'  Another Nut for Joe to Crack.  Joseph Martin, ex-attorney-gencral  of Briiish Columbia, was suspended  by the benchers of the law society for  one week, tlie suspension to take  elfeet on October 1st, for practicing  champerty, This date nientioked was  chosen to enable Mr. Martin to appeal  from tliu decision of the benchcia to  the full court al.'ils September bittinir,  and thus have the courls pass on the  matter before the suspension takes  elfeot. There is somo doubt whether  thu old Knglish law prohibiting the  practice of champerty applies to  British Columbia.  %*#**-*-lf**4*4l*-***4r-***4Ht*l -a$ -^w������*w*iwwww������w^^  The Towser.  Messrs.     Ferguson!   and    Knowles  owners of the Towser,  adjoining the  Sunshine and Silver Cup, arc outfitting  this week at Ferguson  to  undertake  some extensive development work on I  this   valuable   property.    It   is   their  intention to extend the tunnel 40 feet I  further and then to crosscut the lead.  Owing to thc rich new strike���������made on  the Sunshine, the adjoining property,  some two weeks ago,  the owners are  greatly   encouraged and before long  the Towser will bo known as the bonanza of Silver" Cup hill. ���������  Railway Buildiug in  Lardo-Duncan.  James Macdoimld icturned yesterday from Ilowser lake, where he  slai ted a force of men driving piles on  his eontiact with the Canadian Pacific.  He says both railway companies are  pushing ahead construction work between Lai do and Duncan ,City. The  Kaslo & Slocan luivu a number of  engineers locating a line to the Upper  Duncan lake, twenty-five miles ahflvo  Duncan City. The Canadian Pacific  have a force ofengineers surveying a  line into the Trout Lake district.���������  Nelson Tribune.  Climbed the .Canadian Matterhorn.  Advices   have  been* received  from  Glacier, of the achievements on  July.'  26th by Count Le Prince Ringuet, if'  Paris*, and Herr Coites. Attache ot the .  German    Embassy    at"Pekiins   who  successfully made the ascent of Mount  Sir Donald,   the   Matterhorn   of"thoi  Canadian Rockies.  This  peak,  which  shoots up from the base of the Illecillewaet Glacier to a height of 0,50.':! feet, *  had previously been icached but once,'  and that nine  years ago to a day. On .  that, occasion, the climb wis  made by  Koiil Tluber and Carl Snlzer. of Zurich, '  Switzerland, members    of  the   Swiss.  Alpine Club. Count Renguet and Herr  Coups were accompanied by Christian  Haeslcr iind   Edouaul   Fence,  guides,  from  Switzerland.    When .the parly  reached the sharp peak of Sir Donald..  they  found a stone mound .in  whicli ���������  was inclosed a zinc box, containing the_  charts left there nine years ago by the_  Zurich, mountaineers. The  feat of upending'to the  peak of Sir   Donald   is  considered  marvellous   hy all    peak-  climbers the world over.  Fie For Shame.  Disgrace heaps itself upon disgrace  Will Develop Lardeau' Properties.  C.   II.   Crownhart,  of   the   firm  of  Crownhart & IFoIey. attorneys-at-law.^  of West Superior, Wis., arrived in the  city on  Sunday morning and left on  Monday morning for Ferguson.'   Mr..  Crownhart is  representing a milling  syndicate of West Superior capitalists  of which J. S. Turnbull is the agent  in connection with the Dreyfus case.   here.   The syndicate intend   to, look  The shooting of JI ait re Luhori is but   up some good prospects and commence  another added to the long list of  shameful occurrences. Whetr.cr the  anti-Drefusites wen: responsible or  not has not yet been shown, but it is  terribly significant that the deed was  done on the morning whon it was expected that "M. Labori was to give  Gen. Mercier a scathing cross exaniin-  I ation.���������World."  immediately with development work.  The .Heuai.d   wishes  tlie   syndicate  every success and has no doubt but.  that the money invested in the famous  Lardeau camp will very soon return.  them a hundred fold.   The   properties^  are   in   the   Lardeau   and all   that is_  wanted is capital to make thein "'divi*  dend payers.' - MgHjamm
Revelstoke  Herald
Published in interests of
Kevel��ioke. Lardeau. Uig'HeiuI. Trout  bake
Illieillewatt. AUkti Cauvon. .Ionian
Vass and Kaele Paisj "DistrU-iP.
A. JOHNSON - -       Pr.
LAMENTABLE IGNORANCE.
lUrsG COTTON
Many  people still remember      that TUe 'B,  c. politicians arc absurd and
lien  the  Canadian  Pacific      railway curious  creatures,
as in process of construction a But-     \NlV0   u���agi110   tliey   are   statesmen
falo  paper   described   it
when  the   	
was in process of construction a Buf-
as a road
run from
As soon    as
oorletor  which  was intended to
"nowtiere to nowhere.
tmn. '"K.'a(ii'ni;" ii'oii^-s. io.- irr line'"���wli !:�����"<������ ItimiTtho" paper   whicli  made  such   a
^^JfS"Sa?^i��el*- ����� - -7 ��s�� *e.*��*'
i.fflc.*- iii ->\(-'-. Koot.nay.and I- l'TK}'J^"\"
,;^���,;i,II kind- nf l.rhj.1...-: ������ih*ma-* ��>��
bones: jinc.'.   On..-   V,r   , ,   ���- **        '    "
lar��������none  ton  ��mall���I��i    ��-
l'romi>:lv aitendul to.    ''i'1' "-
Mail. orders
trial on your
neit order
and all that, ,
And the policies they work upou have
very novel features
And   'tis   difficult  to   gather   -where
they're at.
AVhen    Hon.    Joseph    Martin,    whom
some peoplo calleu their "Joey,"
Stalked   with  histrionic  stride upon
that stage
They
SUMMARY OF NEWS
When  thc  oflico  seeks   thc  man   it
is apt to  be held up  on  the   way.
Men   who   expect   to   be   putted   on
tlie back for simply doiug their duly
aro mighty n__Ky things to bet on.
The   people   who   can't   seo  a   joke
re not half so exasperating as those
who do see it but don't think much
of it
Query���ln   London  you   read   signs
���i. say  "Islington."  In   Boston   you
see on the cars "Arlington." Which is
1MPERIA.
OF BtyiA
thought he -was  a humbug and    the more grammatical?
could not win, but lo! he
Of   lhe   government  soon    got
weather  gage.
the
have found out what the whole con
tlncnt has discovered. The proposed
construction of another Canadian
railway affords an opportunity to Ine
^Sle1CX,S^Cb0lor   S_���a_&m��* v,U,e  of prosperity is unassum-
climatic    conditions.        The    Impress      mi'���0���"^ contracted  Uie bi
''' ' ��� ���   .. head,
Calgary
Eliiiont.on
iiec.*_.sarily for publication.
Addre^'.-ill cotiiii-iunieatlous
REVELSTOKE   HERALD
NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.
_"!_,>->��� ��� I       ' ll._JC_-.ij . ,,1
"A new  transcontinental    Canadian Alld   t!uy:   he  was    most , loxy.  ami
railway  is  projected      to run      from * astute  among  tne planners
Winnipeg      througn      Saskatchewan,      His   arrogance   explains  why  he  is
vr..,i.n_...    Ailiort-.i    and   British       Col- dead.
I. All eorrc^KniileiH-.?. must be I
tm unc Mile of ll..- I.U1..T only.
-lliiv wntU'ii
l��aiH-r .in....
2. Corr.--*i_��nileiu-e  -���..m.-imti-   ii.-vsonal unit-
-t Ih; sii-'iicd wiili Uie nt'oi��_r name ol lhc
i��r inn
writer. , .,,,,,
C(-irv��i_iinl'-iice.   �� un
i-..foivtii'-   i��   imy-
imlii-r iiiu-t
pur
tl.  Curl.. _i ....... ... ..
tiling IhM has appeared in anollier i^ip.-r mu*-
rir?i ln_ oiT.rr.id fur publication lo mat papu
>vfon_ It can appear iu Tiik Hr.n.u.i..
JAPAN JOINS THE WEST.
Mr. Dan Leno used to
In   Japan."
���Things,    as
are so      different
Tilings   are,   hence'forward,   going   to
be a little less different. Today, as the
result of prolonged negotiations with
the principal governments of Europe,
the Japanese courts assume nut jurisdiction, both civil and criminal, over
foreigners.       In   that   fact   Is   i*   be
found,  perhaps,  the   most      practical
proof of     Western     recognition      of
Japan's  right  to be definitely placed
on the Western  and not the Eastern
level of  civilization.     -The   abandonment of those precautions in the way
of special jurisdiction which European
powers  find  necessary  for the      protection  ot the lives, liberty and property  of  their subjects      in Oriental
countries  is tantamount to  the      admission o��  Japan  to  a  piace  among
the civilized   powers  on, a footing of
absolute equality.  .'It is a      notable
and? unprecedented      departure;     but
there is no reason to fear that it will
be  regretted   by  the powers ���    which
have given it their sanction.
THE DREYFUS TRIAL.
The report of the proceedings ol lhe
Dreyfus  court  martial  at Kennes    is
more like the- secondlast chapter of a
shilling   shocker    than '. the    prosaic
record       of     a     court'.,   of     justice.
T"~e   whole  history   of  "l'affaire"  has
a decidedly humorous complexion.and
were it not that the matter so dcep-
.ly affects Dreyfus-aud his family, its
"perusal would afford ample opportunity for enjoyment.    Some of the characters   in   the   play   .might' however
uinhia to Fort Simpson, thc northernmost part on the British Columbia
coast. lt would be a- great line for
thc snow  shed  contractors."
ino Express falls into a very natural mistake in imagining thnt the
farther north the greater the snow
fall. But the Canadian Pacific is
the most, northerly of the various
transcontinental railways of. North
America, and, every winter since it
has been built it has suffered lo."s
from snow thnn any other transcontinental road; oven the most southerly. While thc Northern Pacific, the
Union Pacific, and tlio Southern
Pacific, have been blocked with snow
for days and weeks the Canadian
Pacific trains have lieen running
merrily and regularly. The fact, is
that.the Canadian territory is north
of tho heavy snow line.  In Manitoba
dead.
And the  man who seeks succession is
lho  oily  Carter-Cotton���
He   insists  upon   a hyphen    iii  his
name���
A   man  who paired  witli Martin; and
was  into   oflice. .shotten
And  shared  with  Joe the odium of
the game.
Oleaginous and cunning and suave in
his advances
Is   this  hyphenated   person?    in his
ways,
And  one must be .deferential  or Take
the woeful chances
���Incurring'      blighting
tl
frost
throughout'his days.
there is  seldom more than   IS  inches
of snow
neighbor
not an  	
wilt   be  no  boom   among      the. snow
shed? contractors   so .far.." as  any  new
Canadian   transcontinental  railway
concerned.
To  address  him   as   plain   Cotton   or
omit the  !���'.  initial
Causes him  to  wither onc with  Ins
tllslliliu: -��� -     moot
seldom   mun-   ..i.....    ���-  .     I, _���������������     ,    , .  ,-,   >,.,..��� Tnttn'n      a     niOol
. and  GOO^iies youth, g*    For  lies J^$^** . j    ,.:
unSLlB^ow      fan       There      Be su^ to make the hyphen big and
.���.   u^^nmonc. "the. snow y plain.y ��� :,-...
Teddy (who has just begun to go to
school): "Papa do yon know what
six boys and five girls make?" "Yes,"
answered   his  father;   "a  racket."
Georgo Martin,  tlie   "human   skeio-
l ton"   of  Main's   circus,   who   was   ill
vhen   the  show   arrived   in  Mediclr."" | strathcoiiii
Lat,  died  in  the  hospital  there    on
Friday.
"What a perfect. idiot I am!"
wailed Sluiuper. And for lho purpose of consoling liini his wife absent-mindedly remarked: "No one is
perfect, W'liliam."
Mrs. Busybody: "Vour husband
goes out a. grcnt deal, doesn't he'.'"
Mrs. Good wife: ' oh, 1 don't, know
He doesn't go out any oftencr than
ho comes in."
Hardened Scoundrel���-"How did you
niike out al. robbin' lhe train?" Bos-
pcrnlu Villain, (in disgustj���"Dono
fust rate..till I got to the Pullman
sleeper; thon the porter-hold'mc up."
"Oil that horrid cat!" exclaimed the
.tearful young woman. "She has killed my beautiful canary. But the
wings don't seem to be injured a bit.
They will look swell In my hat���won't
tl'cy, though "
A Michigan gardener is try in
experiment of creating a now
table ' by-grafting tomato and potato
vinos; but a Kansas man discounts
"iiis hy grafting the milkweed nun
strawberry plant, in the expectation
of producing strawberries and cream.
A little girl who?was trying to tell
Hofld Of Hoe,
faid Up  Capital
V.oserve     -    -    -
Directors:
II. S.  llowlancl    Presiden'
1'. IL M emit, Vice Pres., (St.Cathai.
Williiuu Uaiusiiy,  Hoimit JaPr.-iy,
Hugh Kyan,   T.  Sutherland  Stayoa
Kli.-is lingers.
D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.
Bronchos
North Wer,'.-and British Columbia
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REST FUND
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XV: M. RAMSAY, SAMC-I. FlM.KV, lf_ NIIY AllCIIlIIAI.ll,
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Maxagkii, Ukvklstoke, B.C.
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intorest allowed.
Debenture- ��� Provincial, Municipal
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Drafts and LoMeru of. Credit���Available at ail points iu Canada, Uuited
Kingdom, United States, Europo,
India, China, .lapau, Australia, Now
Zealand, etc '
Gold  Purchased
This Bank Issues Special riccolpts
which will bu accounted loi' in any ol
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Yukon link noi'thorn dloli'lots.
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s
TO PROSPKCTORS AND MINERS.   Mineial Properties
opened up by the ��� ���..-���-. ��.������
^Canada wc venture to vema.*l< s a
wonderful country, and one U^y
seems to be" a deep agaric m s e >
to our esteemed contemporary whose
homo is perhaps a mile or two distant from this amazing land.
ENGLISH RACING NOTES
Tod Sloan has been suspended for
���a fortnight, in company -with Nnt
Robinson and Dalton for insubordination at tho post and has left
England for a visit to his native
countr. lie will not he seen in the
saddle ncain until tlie St. I^eger week
Iiie speech of Lord Durham at the
v._i.������   ci.,1,   mnntiiiir   the   other   dav
There   is   to vsay. for .'Martin? that he
was a man of _ action,'.: ??;y?
And    a  fighter nigh    impossible      to,
���be~it;-'vv" ?'.-���;..���;: v-.*.-/"...!���
While., the', man who seeks.!, the-   premiership' has not a sole  .attraction '(?)!! '������'���;.?.'-���:,!?':
To recommendvhim .for -the houor-
-. ed : settt;__^v?;"V-v;.jV"' ':''r""'-U:':-'';"U' -
..yt,    ,.* '..K- ���*���;��� ..V
He    claims to  be; a Tory,  let   John
Turner take his , measure ! t
And assign him to the place where
Tic belongs;! *!!?.!
And  say-..'if'.'tis  our-duty  to  include
this doubtful treasure!
In the party vwhose good  principles
he  wrongs .i".!,?-!?:
H R MAN  BlliHlND.THE FISi'
ear nverdrawn if presented on .he
;e,   but  it  cannot-be  denied  Unit H,oil.,���  	
for a lawver and ex-judge. M.  Ci .cs.; l^ made lip his miiui to tackle some
mentioned,
^good ���*���-.���.--���;'-.-'���..'
ythe?!battle
the Jockey club) nor the statement At--Uie?reai; end! of the cannon, pour-
that when a jockey wns dropped: on ing deaUt; into the foe���^v " ;;:f
a was always some little insignifi- He knevivnoth'ing-sav'e-!his!duty; Vthat!
cant boy, while tlie leading jockey- was allvhevvcared tovknow,?!!?: !:! ?v
who were far greater offenders were Uul an6tliei.;~iowF precedes him;.ilio"is
le.i untouched. The latest suspen- second-on-; ihe*llst:; ?:'-.?? ?.= Vy'
that ho has taken tlie hint,   oeing^greatlyVbycrshadowed-ybyv'the
man ''ueliind. the list.���":"',-���r'ffr-777:ir:
"""i"'"���'���-��� ""���'���'������-���";;-���_, ;V-V'--^~~^.~~^~~~~~~!~J"Sj
OfyTootsteps?
.lieistreet;!?;?;
voices,!
��'feet;>-'.v.:;
indows,;
:aii-;!! !-f?v
'������in.? tlie!
sions.shew
nay de Beaurepalreis quite the'most I'    Ulo swells. j-��..;. .^i^- 	
""onlshinc oersonage that ever nvcJ       sloan   ,laR   beeu   gelling   too   large |-~'herc's!. ?:av-hurr>,~ng
pear before the court martial at Ri-i;
r- s, straightway jumped 10 the conclusion that the document was a
���.lactical joke and took no notice oi
I Now he has had to write ii tin
ci urt  asking   them   to   summon   hi 11
But  to  think  that
D.an thai the French government ie
r.td  for the successful  prosecution  of
Koulaneer before thesenate at a! time
v nen  failure  would   have meant  the
(.lerthrow of the republic.
To the growing list of the humors
of the Affaire must now he added the
proverbial philosophy of Major Esterhazy, as expounded in his advice, to
his nephew Christian, "onirk military
service and make a rich marriage" is
the essence of the ambition which is
put nefore the rising generation, of
Frenchmen by the officer who was
embraced by Prince-Henry of Orleans
as tne embodiment of the hono,* o��
the French army       *"*     -'-j���      ���
account   was? uncalled  ?;for, "V and;.',11 n
reasonable, v   .No one askeiTv that !thc
Earl  of -Glasgow shoulel? he? ruled! oft
the  turf, when   !.a!?.somewhat?similar
thing happened, v  l^rd!Glasgow, vwho
was _a ;very fiery tempered,.man: .once,
gave! anvorder to a waiter vinaprTvat.e
room? at ?an.hotel  and; not liking "the
tone .of. the  man's reply,  threw !him!
out"; of  the? window, v 'The V landlord:
came in..'sbrtly afterwards - and  asked
what was to .'be'. ...done' with "the man,
w-ho:Wa.s seriously injured. ? Vlis lordship ciuietly. replied. "Put him in the
bill:"? ;, ?y   :    ;.! !, V , "
* At   another   time " he  was! ,.at   Jihv
.. (:, busy ...thoroughfare;
And Uie-?! bahker;!r6und?;:v:the;!!;corner
������'���!y heaves;! ay sigh;. because!; heyinissed;
Being .with  the vcrowd; to?;l6ok !.ax; the
' 'great'!man behind;?the fist. !**!:!??!?!:
Down the? street! Uierc.goes. av scholar,
wi th! a?;: bro with at's !tal 1 aiid broad,
He has:trod the ground"'iSviiere!'.Moses.
went to!hear the voiceipf! G-,ocl;y
He  can? point! into- thev���heavens'iwhen?!
the! stars .are.!all;ablaze?'; :
Tening of .each??,.' planet's.,*-! distance',
I        what; its girth ?is, ?what it weighs;!
I And? the. people :��� bump   against him,
tear hiR?clothihg;!and?insist * ���'
a; friend how absent . .minded??!her
grandpa was, said: : "He .walks
around thinking about nothing! and
when he remembers! it, he then!; foi*--
gets that ?! what. he though -of ,, ;wa,s
something entirely. ;v different j?!. fi-om
what: he 'wanted ;;;_tp-:remember."-���.,
Excnange.! y!;.!? .y^ !.���?;���;"!!??.
?;!;"You villagers seem to "be a rather,
clelibei*ate; lot? of: people.'" ?y "T s'pose
>ye he.   ".There was-'a- feller, drowned,
down* in'the  creek  a spell; ago.   He.
yelled  'Help?  help!'  afore he y ..went-
down th', last time,?an'vthe editor .of
the village 'paper heard him an'-'.went;
Lbac'k voth'! office an' put in hispaper,,
two  .'helpv .wanted'; ,ads��� an'.-.'���' charged���
'em  up ?toy ,yth'! stato,,; by; ; guni!-'���:;;
Cleveland Plain 'Dealer!;;,, vvy,?y;
.The: engineers   and  firemen ,of The,
Grand: Truhlc railway;haVe^heeri.'i'ii'otiy!;
fled   by., their   committee,? -wincii! las
boon! Th ydaily.   consultation.;, with?;F.v
���XVUMorse,?! the      superintendent ?   of
mbtivo ���^ power? at ^Montreal,  for! '?���'���. the":
last v coupleyof   months, ?that! aui?iii.-!,
crease?of;.wages;?.has. beoii?agreed yto
by.!_?iiie'?managemeiit.'yy Concessions;! it!
is;understood have been.vhiado!onVibotlv
sides; and'!;the?! good vfeeliiig::?:!! existing
.hetweeiiiitli��j!emirt6y^
pany ;;remainsV,^lnimpaii���ed.*;,;-;;'! !yy:;??::;
yThe!drivers;at!the:Fernie;coal mire!;
went-;!oiityon? strike;?last;;;week? ohv-ii;,
demand;;for! an ^increase:!-rom!,$2;25-;-'io'l
?2!50 v?a~ ;day? ?: These? bpysystartA.IV;,at;
fT.50.;!a!!day;Vaiid;: soon! asked-for-$1.75!
:,'i'hicli;;>yasr!:paid.'!.;They then '������'demaiiiV--:
ed !i$2?;.and- that-?!wasWpaid;;yA!ftei-j::a!
jNvhile !!they ;;made:a' ;dbmahdVfoi-;!|2.i.5!
a rid 'if thi s'? avas+:aeceded;, ,to!;?. This!:.time?;
ihey asked!foi- .!S2.50"and' the manage-?
ment !sai(T" they;?could :afford tovshnt
down..foi'--a. time'until:? a!, settlement ..of;
the: trouble vcouldcbe maaeiy:v,Itvis;!unv-!
derstood ?:thaty at':-.this>:?tiriie.!there���; is
110 ,dispute between-7the miriers ?;and:
thC-maoaEement!!!!!,' ffff UUJUt
The!athletic:'champibnship!of: Cau-
       -������'    -" -i-../i;������ : A_n.
Wo Havo a Good Supply of
Building
Material
-nd Lumber
CUT PRICES FOR SVOT CASH
Uali amlyoa us.  Wo can fix you
REVELSTOKE SAW MILIS
The Revelstoke
Herald is��m- w��ikiy]
To ulHniii rapidly the knowleilpe nf the value of reel's or ledges
notliing is to be compared with the Diamond Cure Drill, which will
pi-ovu mure in 30 day** thau nn outfit oE mun tunnelling or sinking
shiil'tscould'prove i�� ten years.
The Dintnond Coro Drill can pierce tliu mountain"; mul ko th
I'c.i'ot of wliat it contains frcn 11 tlieir very heart"--, and the more so id
he ruck I'liriiiation, the quicker it will do it_ work.
The Diaiiiond Core Drill is 10 ci~n"-ti-ue(ed that it car.  be  taken   li
pieces and packed on tliu biu-k'-. of hor"*es and earricit   and   worked
almost iiuu'c'i'ssilile places where water  can he  obtained,���and  it
be in 11I11101T. any part (it British Cohunhiti.
For full inl'oi'iiiatioii and pai-tiuulars apply by letter or in pei son to
' J.    D.'SIBBALD,    .   .   ���
REAL.     ESTATE   AND     MINING     6ROKERS,     REVELSTOl'E
.^ill^ha^^^e^CariadiimvAm,
ki^r Athleticlunibn? at.Roseda^^
���;'���,i'(.��:'nn'-, Rp.ntember.: lb.  .,1 be   ipi.iovi
Has  moro  readers    in  Nortli
Kootenay than any other paper;
has  more advertisers  in Revelstoke  than      any  other   paper;
does  more job  printing  in  the
city than any other paper;   it's
news vis  more spicy and up-to-
date;  ils influence     is greater;
ils advertising rates arc lowest
circulation  considered;   its subscription rale is only $2.00  per
annum;  it covers the. field   Try
it and  bo with the crowd.
Write to    *
REVELSTOKE HERALD.
Revelstoke, 13. C.
T. D. Piekapd
...TISSJIYER.,, -"'
Gold, Silver or Lead	
L'opper	
Gold and Silver	
Gold or Silver and Copper	
Gold. Silver and  Lead	
Gold, Silver, Lead and Copper.
Prompt Attention to  Samples  by  Mail,
Cash Must Accompany the Sample.
Front St. Revelstoke
23 BM
Largo  light  bed   room
Tallin    I'urmshi'.il    with
tli'-1 choice-"!*, the ni.-ukot'
.'ilTniil-.      P.i'st;    Wiiio-i
Liquors     und       Oigni's
Kates   $1.       a  day-       Monthly   rat".
J.  ALU EUT HTONH, Prnprii-tor.* '
RATES     $i.oo    FJEtt    DAV
Ti
Good nceommiidalion.     A   pood bar
well supplied   wii'n choicn .winep
���   liquors and cigars.
Free B:is Meets All Trains
Goddiiig's   stables .with: some;:frienci-~: Upon V pushing! hiiri: aside  to'see -the
iookine. over the horses, y A very 'fin^,        .man behind thev fist. !w;;
iooking   horse;called :yolunteer: 'wa1*.: ���_���:;--���,
rihewn him. whichhis lordship praised
highly;   "Yes. my lord,'" said?old Jim
he says
-"alwavs-taken-in
be the     other party.'
The Major      on
marriage is delightful. "In .marriage.'
one of  the  two  parties  is
oi__must__t,ry__to_
ov ...^           . Could      La
Rochefoucauld .hlmseif ���'���;.. have .turned
out  a neater      bit     of epigrammatic
cynicism  ihan that?     Excellent, too.
is the ..lajor's:      ������ _en you  tell a lio
do not always stick to it."      He himself  has   repeatedly   varied   his   own
'.declarations"..with, such   kaleidoscopic
rapidity   lhat  it.  is  really difficult to
pin   him**;down      to      anything���st.1.1
less   > feel sure that you nave pinned
him to the mith. A really great ���man,
the Major;-not a bit.more wicked ihan
his   employers   on ..the   general   staff,
and infinitely less stupid. ;
(who was Tlie'trainer.of the celehi-at-
ed V Macaroni  winner-,1',, of,.   the , 2000gs
Derby  and :-:.Dbneaster'���'������"���'Cup   in   TS6S)i
"and- do   you   , know, his   owner, has.
never seen him in his: life?" .-Vlride.ed".
said,Lord Glasgow,!"does he live    iar
from here"'.' "Only about four! miles."
said   old   Jim.:-?.! "Really."!? sa.id! his
-lord shi p'f^r-;m"=?siirpri s.ed===th at==��tha
owner."of   so   fine: a?looking?animal
:.*ii uld   never   have   come   to ���>'��� see -his i
l-?orse yet.'-.  "He! has never, seen him.;!
my lord." : said  God ding." because iie, |
Oh. our hearts are full of loathing for
!      the big aud brawny brute
Who   flatten? .out.   the   features   of,; a
?:     similar galoot.
We deplore  thc brutal  instincts  held
by all but you and me.
And we read      the fighting     column
y     when ihcrf;"s no one round to see:
But  we join the  mob  thai struggles,
and we crane our necks and twist
^This��� v. a i~~���sr..i---i_l-,ar__-for-^.giijiipses^_ot
the man  behind   the fist.
���Chicago Times-Herald.
oiito.on :: Septeriiber.
iriu'fwill.be the!?everits:? -TOO yards ru;i,,
220 *;y ards run. ?;' 440 yards run,! hill ff
irilie'ruii, one,"!mile ;. ruii.v.120:-;ya.i'iTs
hl:TdleV run;!* pole;.!high" leap, ruririiiig:
lr*ng: jump, throwing. 5G! pound weight,
ttinning board ?jump, putting 16Vpoti.:i:T
s'iot,-; throwing ylG.!:. pound ."hairirner.
Entries! close 77Tuesday,??Septeber ~)?,
witli? ;!.O.y Heron;? hon, sec,,; TCy King
sli<3et.V:west.:v:f?!;:; ���".*:. !;"���������:-!"���.,:'���;;-.. :.; y,;???���;���-
;?Mr.! Frank! Peachey,: of.'. ?? Medicine
Hat,; riiet. withVa;painful-accident last.,
���week - while;:haying. ,,!: vThe!?kiiig .bolt
in  th_, doubletree', of  the. rake ���broke',
Hotel
ctona
Bpown   & Pool
Proprietors.
/'
E Li S T
EXCESSIVE  ENTERPRISE
but    jest,    now  I'm
Yet a-5 Ikinder of" the opinion  lhs.1 there ar^
occasions  when   enter-pri"*?.
it'ior things, can be carried
AMERICAN PRESS CENSORSHIP.
American   statesmen   should     know
��� t-'clr  own   busiuess   better   than   an
outsiders  can  teach  them;   ne.-vth*;-'
less, it is hard  to find  any vaii-l r;o
f^nce   for  the  policy,  so  persi;*,i-.tly
persevered     with   at  Washington,   cf
silling  on   the safety   valve  with  10-
-.srd to the true state of affair*; iu the
Philippines.    President McKinley and
his ministers must surely have kn ivn
���hat such Muscovite methods 's h~iyo
Teen employed by the censor ar Mar.
ila would be certain to produce an ex-
;..csion  before long.    The correspo 11-
��� nts of the American papers have do.:--'
their duty to the pubile"as journalists
-���.nd eentlemen should, and it is t" lo
hoped   that jthelr  united  protest  will
i ave the effect of inaugurating^ more
ccalthy  state  of   things.   ��� Amerles.ns.'
;ikc-   Englishmen,   have  no  liking   to
being   hoodwinked   by   their   govcrn-
r. ent.    If  things   are  in  a  had  way
in the* Philippines the nation  should
know   it.   for   knowledge  is  the   first
2f.d   indispensable    step   to  impnve-
n.cnt.!!,
was l>oni blind."    LordGlasgow turned  on him  with uplifted  stick.    You j   .   -
damned red faced old scoundrel, he I I have always considered enterprise
roared, do you dare to play the fool |.o bo praiseworthy an' comniendab.c"
with   me? .remarked   Farmer     Hornl-cak   as   he.
There is no doubt hut that if he had 'r-imc in and reached behind the door
caught  him  he woulil  have done  him jilic   boot-jack,     "but     j1
some   srievons  bodily  harm
I said before, no one asked for his re- Slimes  an
tirement  from the turf.0arid tho Joe-'   ke some othei
key Club were quite right      in      not ;a  iittl?  too far."
ta_mg  up   tin.'   Sloan      affair.       Mrs-. ,    "What .-��� l ye tnikln" about It, Eary''
Lnnsrtry.      however,    will       sonn     be 'asked  his good   wife.
amongst   the   mis-sing   from   turf   oil"- j    **1   kfctehi.l   tho   idr-f*   over   at.   poor.
cles.     She had  greal good luck fur a ir.i-i   shiftless   Mill     Partlow's   furicri'I
time,  but  could   not keep  her  money, .this afternoon.    Everybody knows Tlii I
and      at  last       several      bookmakers .didn't  amount   to   much,   an'   I   don't
���jibbed"   nt   laying      her      anything '--'pose anybody  present at  the funeral
against  her  horso  Merman      for  the jnad   nny   deep   regrets    over  bis ua
Uvcipool Cup in  which  l-.<~  seemed  ro   timely   takin'-off.  as  it. is usually ap
have a   good   chance!     lie did      not  n-ronrlato 'o  remark.       Tin?  minister.
get  into      the   first       three,   however, 'bavin,  jest   moved   into   the   common-
although   he   sub_-o(|iipntly   won   both |iti..   wasn't   well   postei'     -' '   1"'"'
Goodwood. |pffalrs, an
about   local
after he had  got off a f'-v
he   Plate      and   C!up   at.      ^..,   ���    , vi,���i��.
The<=e races  are   not  what  they   used .solemn words he   peared  (.0 ue miuic
At  011"   time   (about kt.   a   loss   what,   to   say   next:   so   ,1.
cleared   his   throat,  in   what  might  l'
According to the Vancouver Xe-ws-
Adverttscr. Hon. Hugh John Macdon-
e-d may visit. British Columbia ���this
i.'.int.h. It says: "The Conservatives
:,( New Westminster. Vancouver. La.l-
ii'-r. Langley. and1 Chilliwack arc arranging to hold a. grand slimmer pic
to lie however.
CO...years, ago')., the  first named.���then
called   the     Ooodwoon      Wtnkos���was
what the Ccsarewitcli is  now. and all
the fast horses of the day used to run
���for  it.While  this  year the race failed
to fill at the, first time of asking? and
when   it.  was., re-ripened,   it  obtained'
but  it  poor  acceptance.       Tt. is  much
the   same   with   Cup      which,    once
ranked   higher      in  value      than   the
Ascot   Cup.       A ������"determined...   effort
has  been  made to resuscitate  it  this
year  with   the  result,   that  the va.iv
has been raised to ?10,000. and a good|)|
entry of 70 has been obtained  for it.
Mrs.   Langtry   will   appear   upon    the
stage  again   soon,   hut   not with   her
own  company.      She   will   be run   by
the  smart  American,    manager,   Fro-
mann.
cu'.led a conservative, manner an? in--
t'te'd-.any ono present who had any
appropriate ^remarks to make to, rise
an'- say.' 'em. Nobody stirred for? .1
sp',11. an' then a, lonjg-.rieck'ed.. sliari'i-
r.osed cliap--stranger to ? us all?-���
hopped up r/ith a long roll of.sut'hin;
in his hand an' briskly remarked t_::l
if nobody had anything to say i*c-
gardin- tho virtues of the deceased
perhaps "it would be just: aa well to
draw the veil of ambiguity over tho
late lamen.ted's record.-in which event'.
if if were .agreeable1 t.o nil,-.he would,
like to state that he ..was a map a grin",
an'lf the brethren an* sisters would
kindly give him; thoir attention for a
few moments "he. would bp nlcased to
expaf.iati on  the' beauty an*'utility of
Thc Duke of Westminster has,given |one of the grandest mans of t.he great,
his winnings in the Eclipse Stakes jcloriour. .expanded an' Mll-<oii(infi*in*
where  his two sons,,of   Orm'e,  Flying u-.iitcd  Rint.cs of .America  ever offered
Eox and   frontier  took  lirst. anil  second prizes,  value  nearly $50,000.  to a
Flying Fox has al
n*c.    Langley will probably be"chosen I public charity .     ...
as the spot -where the political holi-lready won about $140,000. arid if he
day makers will meet to enjoy a
d_i*'s leisure and fun in nature's nn-
thttheatre on" the bankn of the rush-
ins Fraser. It is stated that the event
will1 be honored by the presence nf
tie Hon. Hush John Macdonald and
r..her leading lights of the Consavva-
tiv? purls-."
keeps well he can hardly fail to exceed the gigantic winning totals of
Isinglass and Donovan, who each won
over $250,000.' It is not, however,
the  amount  of  money  won      which
shows   a   horse's   merit. ;i    Tt.   is   thc I the uniust.:   iiut. the just,
.class of horses he meets and      bents |i,;,vo   rheumatism   to  admonir-h   tlicni
J which-proves, hiin to be what he is.  of what is coming.
(or fnle in this or anv other community for a merely nominal sum.    An' lie
in-lhe'.'-douhletr���   ..
throwing him  forward, and in falling
he was kicked in the face by ono ot
the   horses,   the   team   then   running
awav   and  dragging  him   some      dis- I
tane'e.      His brother .Joseph, who was
loading hay close nt hand, van lo his
as-isiancp.   Srid~���his-'-team������taking-
fright,   broke   the   wagon       and   hayrack to  pieces.    Mr.   Peachey  lies   .n
a   critical   condition,   suffering   from
concussion  of  the   brain,   with  Doctor
C'alder in constant  attendance.
Hilda. Wake,  the Brandon  murderess, takes her confinement in jail very
coolly,  and   does  not  wa-ste her time
in   tears  of   lamentation.      She   eats
v,('il  and   is   most   of   the   time   light
hearted.      She   is   now   engaged       in
1 writing her autobiography, which will
b'- most complete, with all the causes
that   ltd   to   the   committing   of   thc
a-.vliil 1.l'n:.- tor whicli sh-^expwets to
suffer   Hi"   death "penalty.       She   listens to th_   ministrations of her spiritual   advisor   with   comparative   indifference.'      According      to  her      own
story.  _-!���.-���  has  given   up  the;  idea of
committing   suicide,   which   she   says
pi.s*s<>ssee  her when she      was     llrst
taken to jail.
In one of the suburban towns there
is a chiinh, that like many another
church. ha_ its own rpmrn... One of
the most influential-'members? is-the
leaner on -one side, while the pastor
leads the opposing party. Not long
ago, in the weekly prayer meeting,
the mini-if-r began to bring up hi.* j
partieui.'.r grievance in his prayer
the of i.e.- uKtn endorsed it as long
n-i po-.sil/'e. th'.n 'Tns feelinfgs ran
away wi'ii .oni. *'It'-_ . lie. Lord���
a lie.," .-'.mel'.ow reminding one of
:-'---ntirner_--.i Tommy. Another devotional s-ory is of a small boy who
was ovrli'-ard when offering his
evening urayer to ask that h��i might,
be "pur", absolutely pure; pure as���
baking   powder."���New   Vork   Sun.
A strong combination is shaping
i'-(lf ngain.it Hon. A. Henderson, tl.e
new attorney general in the. hope of
overthrowing the governrn'-rit. Iiy bis
d-.'iTit. In Westminster a meet hig of
roniincnt men have bound the:n-
.. \\��n I-, support Alderman N.lt.R'-e I.
a. Conservative, or Dan Miinri. '.he
"venltby eniincr. Liberal, in opposition
Ir, Mr. IleiHiers-on, when he presents
I iiuself   for   re-election.     Which   can
J. V. Pf. Kits, Frcp'
Hotel Ai-i-oiiiinodation thoBcsl. in the
City for lhe money.
Heated bv hot air: electric  light and
'bell in every room
Uniiilv stii'rteiir  between  hotel  and
i-lation.
Large and well lighted  sample  room.
Free bus meets  all   I nuns.
KEVELSTOKE, B. C.
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Notary Public,
Sole Agent for
Do   Vou   UJant   a   Home   in    This'; Groining    mining  ani
Ralloiay   Centre   ?
The C. & K. steam Navigation Company liava 30 ne of :ho 11
liglutul piop'-rty in Kevelstoke. ' It is charmingly   situated,   huady   to
to any portion of tbo town.    Come and enquire about it at once.    Easy
terms if necessary.
Revelstoke
Townsite
Mining, Firo and
Life Insurance . ���
Ollice, Opposilo C.IM1.. Oeoot.
Sole Rqent
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Thos.  R, Davey
Trout Lake City
!Not,iry Public Mining and Real
Estate LSrokcr and goner il Ooinmis
sion Agent. Mines reported on and
E-itimate-" given lor work. Latent reliable infoiniafion as 10 claims woik
:ijj and for i"al" in thu di-tiict,    Good
Pons-peMM held e.'i^y.���Write or cull.
THE PIONEER LIVERY���-���;
Feed and Salo Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake
Saddle    and      Pack     Horses
always for hire. -
Freighting   and   Teaming   a
*   specialty. '
Dailv Stage leaves 'Thomson's Landing revery morning ��
for Trout Lake City.    For particulars write
i    l , CHAIG fc HILLMAN, Thomson
s Landing-every morning at 7 o'clock
s Lakdincs
K Send for a Copy of tlin Third Annual Edition
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,1   Vuiicmivci- am! Vlclorln
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City of Revelstoke
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ity for a merely nominm ��     i,,,   ...	
"peared   to   be   considerable-   surprised   didale  will   run   against  Mr.   TTender-
nn'  nut   out when  the minister rnth'r ."on   will   be   decided   at  a  convent: in
be held shortly.    Those wishing to
sbprnly refii'-eri to pern it those present . t.o he; edified in that, en tern ri sin'
manner."
The rain descends noon the insf! nnd
sometimes
MXKW?    EDWJIR.DS
Taxidermist.
u..
cc.e the. government overthrown are
t'*ady to put up an,,unlimited election
'nnd and Mr. Henderson's defeat ir.
almost n foregone conclusion. :i de-
fer.l    which   would   be   a   death   knell .
tion"10   Su,n,!n-Collon ��� atlministra-jThiraSt. Eastof Schoolhouse
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/ Only $2,000 of the Stolen Money Missing,  !  FIVE PERSONS KILLED ���������MANY INJURED ��������� PARLLV  MENT MAY PROROGUE TOMORROW ���������A  MATCH     FOR     THE     MIDDLE/  WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP.  McCOY AND THORNB  13ox     for     the     Middleweight  Championship  of the World.  Montreal, August 10.���������P. wolfcr- i  rtan 'i nomas, general manager ot the I  Hlolson's Bank, says that the $10,000 Will  reward, less tho percentage on $2000  wliich has nol been recovered, nus  been paid over to Davis, the detective New York, August 10.���������Last even  ���������who found thc missing money, lhe ing Kid McCoy and Jeff Thome signed  bank authorities, tlieir legal advisers an agreement to box for tho mlddle-  niul Davis are still extremely reticeni ��������� weight, championship, of the world  and it is impossible to secure any ::i- before the West Chester Athletic  formation from them. However, il is club. The battle will be fought, on  wot denied that the stolen money was September and. Thorne claims tho  planted across the Louise bridge biTt middleweight championship of Eng-  ihe exact locality wilt not he diving- land,  eri as it is desired to secure a survey  nnd measurements for use in the trial  before tlio earth and surrounding bush  is disturbed by peoplo visiting the  scene. Chief Elliott, who effected the  an est of the accused, could not enlighten thc reporters. His knowledge  is limited to the information contained in the legal document placed In  his hands for execution.  A  gentleman   who  visited  the  provincial jail yesterday observed  young  Anderson  in  the    yard    and  his  appearance and demeanor did uot indicate that/he was very seriously alarmed.    He  appeared   to  be  in  excellent "'"*"*"'.'*   "*   L-,-u ."������s������oii  ui   <."-  spirits   and   apparently   was   not   ap- Appelle.   I he synod  met lor  business  prehensive.    His friends express con-  ;lt -  l?-m-   ,'1  St.  John s college.  The  i'.dencc in his innocence and say they 'nost  "1'ortant   message      from   the  will   wait   fuller   devlopmonts   beto.-e u.ouse ot "'shops was in reference! to  changing their opinion.  THK PROVINCIAL SYNOD  Tne  Now  Diocese   of   Keewatin   Will  ,        Be Organized.  THE POLITICAL OUTLOOK  Berlin, August 10.���������Prices on *he  Btiiirso today are easier despite the  unsatisfactory advices received with  icgard   to   the  Transvaal   situation.  Frankfort, August TO.���������In the ho ise.  yesterday business was dull owing to  the   unfavorable   political   outlook.  SHAMROCK'S  PROSPECTS  It Is Said in New York that She Will  Win  New York, August 10.���������Offers to bet  *S00 against $1000 were made hy a  man on Wall street yesterday that the  Hiiarock would defeat the Columbia  in the forthcoming series of rae?.**.  Letters have had private advices concerning the Shamrock and are co-i-  P.dent that she will defeat the Cal  umbia.  COLUMBIA'S TRIAL  Newport, August 10.���������In the raie  finm Gardiner bay to Castle rock yes-  tfiiday afternoon the Columbia deflated the Defender hy 22 minutes, IS  rvconds.  THE PARIS BOURSE  Unfavorably  Influenced  by   the  News  From South  Africa  Paris. August 10.���������The influences  caused by the late telegrams from Pi~e-  tcria and Johannesburg have beon  uhfavorablo.consenuently prices on the  Bourse today opened weak. This condition has accentuated the possibility  ot a rise in the English bank ate  tomorrow.  LEA. ING   JOHANNESBURG  Loudon, August 11.���������A cable from  Johannesburg brings the news ....at  the Uitlanders are fleeing from the  Transvaal in such  numbers that yes-  MONTREAL EXPRESS WRECKED  Five Killed and Many Injured on the  Canada Atlantic i  Ottawa, August 10.���������A fearful wreck Are .Now  occurred  to yesterday  morning's  fast |  express from  Montreal  to  Ottawa  ou  the  Canada Atlantic  railway.        Tho  Kccident  was  caused    by   the   engine  by  the excursionists  to visit tlio .mining  law a  EDWARD   STARRS.   Ottawa.  WILSON   O'CONNOR.   Ottawa.  JOS.   ROCH ."*"'.     MISS  'ROCHAM. .  Ii*oiitreal ' y 0ln   that 1101,lt w"1   l:on_  "Among those thai were injured." the ������i"io-as  a  compact  excursion  to  tho  following is a list of those whose in- ^est  umL'<Jtm'n-       ' oday will       bo  Winnipeg. August 10.���������The      synod  of  the  ecclesiastical  province  of Ru- I1 , ,  pen's Land was opened at L0 am. terday the exodus from Johannesburg  yesterday hv divine service in St. Ivas greater than the railway could  John's cathedral whicli was attended I ������l~e with. Many families have  by most of lhc members of the upper .taken to the plains nwith wagons and  and lower  house.      The sermon was oxe".   aml   al'e   traveling  toward  the  'frontier of Rhodesia. Others are  making for the Orange Free State.  Tliey feel all ripe for war. and their  one wish is to escape the alternative  of fighting for the Boers, or being  hot as traitors for refusing.  The fighting force of the Boers is  stiinated at 17,000, mostly in  fantry and splendidly equipped as to  artillery. There are no better sol-  dier.51 in the world, nor better  marksmen. At this time strong  orces are known to he stationed  along -the Vaal river, and opposite  New Castle on the Natal frontier,  There are only 0,000 British troops in  Natal and these arc being gradually  moved up to New Castle. It is not  thought, however, that the Boers will  attempt to invade the colony." The  great possibilities of England's  3ndiun transport service would enable  her to pour 20,000 souliers into the  enemy's country within threo weeks,  hese   would   bo drawn   largely  from  the  organization  of  the  new  diocese  of  Keewatin. *  I    This message  was concurred  in  a unanimous  standing vote.  CAN \DIAN  PRESSMEN  Travelling Across thc Continent.  Winnipeg,  August 10.���������The     Cana-  ian   cross  Association,  including representative  journalists      ot    Ontario  regions of southern British Columbia.  ;1!lc  transport now  roadv at Bombay.  Mie two parties will  unite at  North  Kol- L1ic protection ot the Natal fron-  "iiiries it is thought will result fatally:  ^}\\ a.1- "ai- ', Mortage.   "The     train from "the  frontier.  .Tin.    __...    -I-...-.-1 .     -_-...���������._       lPlln..     "Wo-     v, men     ic_l    "Willi    the  Nellie and Bridget Ryan. Ellen Mc-   ;","������*'1  '������'<���������. wiui tne caterers for Rat  rougall,  Maniwaki, 'and  Mrs.   Joseph  * <-n*iKO  yastorday was  a vory  heavy  oRocham   Montreal. t^VST-ecT'*"   ,������C  ""J ,cSftchc8   anSl.  Most of the dead and injured were  "^e s!.~ pcrs   Mi ol which were w.-li  pilgrims returning from the shriuc'.f J"���������-      <"���������   ������>r'>'-d   were  members  of _   ���������..,..���������   .  St  Anne de Beaupre.   Only the engine ���������,���������������v "B  "*������������������������������������.  vho with thoir  li-.   communication  with" the  rest  of .the  and  the first two care left the track ;*u"s.   tw������ double,      two single,   and   official world,  accident is un- :"tl10   '"--luatio   events. .    The   bands  will go on the trains later.  tier tliere is* already a strong gairi-  son at Ladysmilh, which is-near  Majulia Hill, about si*/, -jurs by vail  In addition to  llio regulars there are 3.000 available  fighting men or the mounted ponce  and  volunteer corps. .   Chamber  lain  has-gone      home      to Highbury  whore   there   is   constant      telephone  ' arid tho cause of tho  known   as   the   road   for  seven   mile?  on   either  side   is   level   and   heavily  ballasted  nnd: what caused  the  train  tn   leave "the  track   is  a  mystery.  BICYCLE CHAMPIONSHIPS  Riddle   .of    Winnipeg    Makes  Time at    Montreal  TERRIFIC -RAINSTORM    '  At Rosser, Manitoba, Does Very Great  Damage  .      Rosser, Man.. August  10.���������This dis-  Goo-.i  trict was visited on Monday and Tues-  ! nay morning, by a terrific rain storm  ... ln    iwhich  was  a vertitable    cloud  burst.  Queen's Park, Montreal, August io��������� T;10 amount o������  damage (lonc to  the  The world's bicycle races commenced ,, ay  CI.0���������   is   incalculable.    Tho  great  here yesterday afternoon.    The weatn-  clanger Is that" so much moisture may  ci  was perfect and the track^ tast. ^   I prevent the late-crops from  ripening  ln the - eighth heat fov the mile  championship.Riddle of Winnipeg was  lsl and Carter V. Brown, of Chicago  university  2nd.    Time 2:23 3-5.  In the semi finals for thc mile, ovent  John Calder of Scotland defeated Riddle.  Riddle won his heat (2nd) in tho  half mile amateur (open) defeating B.  Godson ot Australia and Nat McDougall ' of   Milwaukee.     Time   1:10..  until  the  frost  catches  them.  PROROGATION  STRIKE   AT   VANCOUVER  and  -rr:*-Parliament^-Wi!l-==Pvobably,^T:ika_.  Place Tomorrow  Ottawa, August. 10.���������Efforts. aro being made to prorogue the house lO-  ctav or tomorrow and it will probably  be" Friday. The senate holds two ������es-  slons today.  The C.  P. R.  freight Handlers  Freight Clerks  go  Out.  Vancouver, August 10.���������The Canadian Pacific railway company put its  check and freight handlers on salary  instead of payment by the hour Tuesday night and the entire force strunk  yesterday1 morning. They were' out  three hours when the C. P. R. offend  them 25c poi- hour day or night, and  the mon~Went~hack. TIie^lerlislTrilie  freight offices although not united  "���������truck  in   sympathy.        The    United  TORN  TO  PIECES  A  Little  German    Boy Set Upon  by-  Dogs in Eastern Assiniboia  Indian Head.,, August 11.���������While  running across the farm of J. C. Cour  yesterday evening, which adjoins lhe  railway, a little German boy named  Fild was set upon , by six or seven,  hounds owned by parties in town. The  Iii tie fellow is literally torn to pie~25.  ii'though life is not yet extinct.  PROROGATION   TODAY  Commons and Sente Winding up the!  Business of a Long Session j  Ottawa, August Tl.���������It was arranged b_tv.<en Mills and Bowell in the  cenate last night that prorogaliui  v.'ll take place today (Friday) at 4:3).  In the house last night a vote of  ?5.366 to compensate Bremner for furs  confiscated during the North West ro.  hellion of 'S5 passed without opposition. The vote of $211,000 award  of Walter Shanly for Hugh Ryan k:  Co., in connexion with S'-ull  Ste. Marie canal, was hold over Ull  next session.  PAINFUL DEATH  Of a North West Mounted Policeman  Near   Lethbridge���������Verdict  of Suicide  Lethbridge, August 11.���������Last nignl  some persons en route to Cardslon  found Constable Flower of tho North  West Mounted Police, in a dying condition at the side of the trail. Two  huilet wounds were discovered in Iw,  head and he died a few minutes art.-r  being found. An inquest on the  cause of his death was held by -.he  coroner and at the conclusion a v>-*..  diet of suicide while temporary m-  _ uno from injuries received from being  thrown from his horse was given. Tho  t'eceosed was an Englishman, 21  j tars of ago and well connected.  W.  XV.   OGILVIE   SPEAKS  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 16TO  Willi    Great    Enthusiasm    Regarding  North West Prospects���������Extending Operations.  I  Winnipeg, August ll.���������W. W. Ogilvie arrived from Monteral last we*~lc  and has since been making a trip of  inspection lhrough Manitoba. Ogilvie  spoke enthusiastically of the crop  conditions, and the prospect of prosperity throughout the country.  Tliere is overy evidence of steady  improvement." Ogilvie said. "1 have  just returned from a trip through  Southern Manitoba, and am more  ban pleased with the appearance of  the crops. Indeed, they far exceed  my expectations. With, 10 clays of  warm weaiher, harvesting will he  general, and Manitoba will have the  biggest, crop she has ever had. The  average yield is likely to reach 25  bushels per aere. 1 saw field after j  field in Southern Manitoba- which will <  average over 40 bushels to the acre. I  Estimating wheat acreage for Mani-j  toba and the Territories at two million acres, which 1 think is closely  correct, at an average of 25 bushels I  per acre Manitoba and the Territories  would have a total of fifty minion  busnels'of wheat, but an average of  20 bushels would give forty millions  This is an enormous crop. , 'The oat  crop is tho best' I have ever seen in  this country and promises a large  yield. Wo propose increasing the  capacity of the Winnipeg mill to over  5,000 barrels per day. I have rc-  conny placed an order - for a 1,000  horse power engine with a Montreal  firm, the wiclin of the fly wheel will  be six feet, requiring a 72 inch driving belt which ��������� will he the largest  driving belt on any engine in the  Dominion."  "It is reported that you arc interested in the Lako of the-. Woods  Milling company?'-' .;  ,  "Yes, I am largely interested."  ."It is rumored you propose building  anoiner large mill and elevator in tne  Dominion?"   '  /es, and I can inform you definitely as to the" location within a few  days."  A Special offer in  the Men's Furnish**  ing Department for  one week only  Canhrio Shirts  Stiff bosom include  ing two collars and  one pair   of cuffs.  Regular price   $1,50,  this week for $1,00  9S  FRANK MARRIAGGI'S FEA-1?  LAURIER   DENIES  Biothorhood ot Railway Freight Handlers ordered  the strike.  WEST INDIAN HURRICANE  Washington, August lO.-Ttac West  Indies have been swept by a great  storm causing great damage and killing many people at Porto Rlco..  ICE   IN  THE  STRAITS  Caused  a. NEBRASKA 1-TIiB  Four Firemen Killed hy Contact"' w'ith  a Live Wire.  ' Omaha, Nebraska. August 10.���������A  "blaze ai the building of the Mercer  ���������Chemical company was attended by  the deaui of four firemen which was  the result of the ladder coming in  contact with a live wire. Hundred .  ���������witnessed the electrocution, but were  unable to render any help.   ,  Serious    Delay to  Incoming  Steamers  Montreal, August 10.���������Reports from  incoming steamers show that large  quantities ot ice are still lying In  Davis Strait, about 350 miles east of  Bello Isle and directly in the,course  of ships. The slonm������<- Dominion was  delayed 30 hours hy heavy packed ice  and mot some icebergs.somo of which  were very heavy. -  Chicago, August'IL���������A personal loiter from the Canadian premier delves the truth of an interview in  which he said that ho would not accept the invitation to Chicago autumn  festival believing that the strained r .-  lntions of the two countries might  result in an unpleasant incident during his visit.  FROM RAT PORTAGE  Well made from  the best finished  French cambric,  cuffs attached, no  collar,  Regular price $1,25  this-week for 75c,  ���������Winnipegi"-  "������������������as  a  gala  Crowded   by  -August���������11.���������Yesterday-  day    for  Rat Portage,  as   large   a   number   of  visitors   as  it has  been  visited   with  in one day.    In addition to 5000 peo  A feast fit .for thc Gods was -that  given. by-Mr. Frank Marriaggi at tho  Queen's '"on Friday night. At the  head of the table the jovial host. To  his right, Villeneuve, of the L Ouest  Canadian; Picard,' the merchant, just  back rom Slave Lake; Brosseau, of  St. Albert; Bureau, the Parisian capitalist; on his left, Leon Moret,  mayor of Fort Saskatchewan; Walter  Ross, from the same place, and the  representative of The Ppst; facing  him at the other end of the table the  always buoyant Dr. Roy. Marriaggi,  the impetuous and versatile Corsican,  was in his element; his piercing yet  kindly eyes glowed a deliglitul w-el-  come. True patriot is Frank Marriaggi ,fo,r does he not celebrate annually, on the hanks of the Saskatchewan tne anniversary of the fall of  the Kastile, 11 Juillet. -Ho made the  salads with tho cunning of a con-  naisseur in epicurean art, and Mr.  Hetu served a dinner over - which  gojirmeis_Avoji.l_d_glpjitjji_Mslacy._ .The.  rich and pleasant wine of .. France!  sparkled in the glass' and there were  hearty toasts that found reply in  speech and story."    Truly, Mr. "Picard  THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES'  CALGARY  WHITE. GWILLIM & SCOIT.  CHURCH   DIRECTORY  MKTHODIBT CHUKC11 - Kuvulattike.  Preucniug sorvlccn n.1 li it.in _ n 7:3U  li.in. c.iUhB niuutiiiK ul- il.o cl>.t.(. ui tho  ineritlnK norvLco. :abb^tli _cn������>'l und Bibtt*  Olaax iu 2:'IU ii.iu, W. ukly p.-aj-er ii.ui_t.i_K  evory Wcdnnaauy oviniiiix _.! i.du p.m. The  publican, cordially invii.-d.    Hi! _tB tree.  HEV. S. .1  THuMFbON, Pastor.  The Acme���������-*  Soda  Water  Works  '/'  -���������������  Manufacturers of  all   kinds of  Church  of  England  Sunday  Services  Eight a.m. Holy  Communion;      11  meeting, litany and     sermon,  (Holy   Aerated Water ., aoda and Mineral.  Eucharist, first Sunday in the month);  2:30  Sunday     school, or     childrens'  service; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy     Days���������The     Holy  Eucharist Is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8'  a.m. as announced. Fridays���������7:30  Evensong, with spiritual reading.  Holy Baptism is administered usually  after Sunday school at 3:15".  E. C. PAGET, D. D.,  Vicar.  PKRSHYTEItlAN OUOHCW-Uurclstoki.  fc-iervio- uvor> Haudiiy at 11 (t.ti.. onl 7:30  p.m Bib'o CM iB3 (it 2-7.10 n.in., lo v.hicli  *U arc w.-)(-,omu, Fraycr meeting at b p.m.  every VVodueedny.  KEV. T. MKNZIES. V, stor.  KOMA.N  Hll.kC.  UATHOLIU   CHUROH ���������Kevcl-  Ma������s  llrst aud ihird buntlaj-e in  month ailll:30 a.m.  KEV. FATHER THAYEH.  SALVATIO������ ARMY- MTiingB cvory nisLl  in tho'.r li.il! on Front Stroa",  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  ItcL'iiIni- mri'iiii;." ni c li(-lil in tbe  l.lilk'lluu'g Hull mi tin-tliii'il Friil.iy  i>t I'liclt niuiilli in 7..'i.i p. in. Visillui;  hivtllii'll vimlinll- llivlteil.  XV. ll   Illnii'V, "W.M.; lt. I*. l������c-IiI-  plui'i'. Hue. S.; K A. Kcttk-son Kin. .Sec.-, Tlios.  Smelt, Treu .iirer.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F..No 3461.  Meets in Ihu Oddfellow." Hall on ine  2nd and Ith Frid-iy��������������� of  cacti month. Vl^ulnu  hreiliron invited to  attend.  13. R. Campbell,    K. D. .1   C. Johnson  Chit!' Hunger. Hec.-Sec.  llevelstoke  Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on    hand.  Waters in Syphons and Bottles.  Fuetoiies at Vernon and Revelstoke, B. C.  M   J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  MACKK.7.1F.   AVK.  Retail Dealers In Furniture.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on -hortest  notice.      Contracts  for jobbing taken.  Crs.   McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants j  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blacksm-thiiier* Jobbine  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithing  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty.    ���������  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke   Station.  Barristers,  Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J.  M.  Scott,  B.A.,  .= -.Q^C.-.- ~.. ? 1 =;^^l.=-l._b.���������  ���������   F. Ij. Gwillim,  St. Leon  Hot  prings  Upper Arrow Lake,  1  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  Both Hotels Oper\  The Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  and'the Springs.  Good Accommodation both   at   the   Springs   a.  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.        Rates  $1.25 per day.  pio who went from Winnipeg on   the Sad a joyful homecoming. " Yet glory  excursion,   tliere    were     numbers   of |rest   with.   Marriaggi   and   fame   wilh  Tl������itors from the mines and-mining  tr.v.-ns of the Lake of tho Woods and  P.ainy Itiver districts, and also from  "���������(���������:nts all along the line to Fort Willi*, m.  Fort   Saskatchewan.���������Edmonton  Pos'  AN  ARRANGEMENT  REACHED  Hetween     Great Britain and  China-  United   States   to   Have  Hankow  ONE HUNDRED DROWNED  IV  the    Sinking     of    a    Japanese  Steamer���������Part of the Crew  Rescued  Vancouver. August 11.���������Chinese advices state that a Japanese steamer  sunk at the mouth of the Yang .so  Kfang river. One hundred passengers  weie drowned and only 12 of the crew  wore rescued.  A STRIKE AT SEA  Vancouver, August 10.���������The steamer Empress of Japan brings the news  that an agreement has been arrived  at concerning the matters is debate  between the British and Chinese gov-  Amite City. La., August 10.���������. ernents; but thc United States will  Adolphus,     alias     Echo     Brown, a I havo  the    exclusive    settlement    of  THE 11LACK MAN'S BURDEN  Seattle, August* 11.���������A Chinese crew  of 60 on board the transport Victoty  n-.utinied yesterday. More pay is demanded.  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line.  HARVEY & Mc CARTER  Barristers,  Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds lo loan al 8 per cent.  Offices:      Molsons Bank Block.  First Street, Itevelstoke Station, B. C.  J. W. Cross, M. D.  iMlIcc:   T.iylor   Hlock, M.u'kciixiu    Avenue,  llevulstolie.  Surgeon to (he C.P.I"  Ilea tli olllecr. Cily of Kevrt..,o c.  Con  >'__  colored man was shot to death last  night, and Edward Barr, also colored,  was severely flogged by a gang of  armed men. There were "n in the  mob and they were armed with shot  guns and pistols. .ney entered tne  house throwing sacks over tlie  negroes and dragged them out. The  colored man was charged with murderous crimes.  Hankow.  TWO MEN BURIED  ilEMPEROR WILLIAM TALKS.  B. C. POLITICS  Vancouver, August 11.���������New Westminster writ has been issued. It is  letnrnable August 31st. It is he-  1-oved that A. "Henderson, the new at  torn _ gereral will- be strongly opposed  HARVEST BEGINS  Alive in tho Coal Mine at Anturacite.  ' A telegram was received in the ci..y  laet  night   staling   that   an   accident ,&"*r a war with Germany,  had occurred at tho mine al. .i-Utui-j-  clte iu ���������which two mcu wore reported  killed,  and another     seriously      injured.      W.   J.  Little,  iSeDoesn't Really  Think  that  Dewey  Did It  Berlin, August 10.���������The Emperor  William received Congressman Foss  rnd Naval Attache Bclhr on bov.-d  the imperial yacht Hohonzollerti. Crystal City. August 11.���������Wheat  IJ Ik ajesty expressed the belief tint /'lilting commenced today on the farm  there was no possibility of war br-'������f Premier Greenway. All crops aro  tween Germany and the United States ripening rapidly and harvesting will  and discredited tho statement attrib- be general in a few days,  mod  to Admiral  Dewey of the rlesi.-o ���������    Days    Acrcss    the  tinent  by the 1  "IMPERIAL LIMITED"   !  The fastest and best equipped  train crossing the continent.  Trains leaviDg the Pacific Coast  TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and  SATURDAYS connect at Fort  William with tlio palatial lake  steamers "M<������uitoba,"Aibf;rta" and  Athabasca" across the great lakes  HIS   CHOICE  THE POPE'S HEALTH  Vienna, August 10.-  tho company's  manager, returned  to Anthracite this        t      ���������, ,  -morning, and Dr. Sanson, coroner, left ,P������"ed 111 in consequence of the heat.  ���������also for the purposo of     holding an I He has had several fainting Ills wiih-  inquest. i��������� u,c past. few ,|ay6i  Frayed Foster���������Supose a judge  should civc yer yer choice uv ten days  The pope is .-e- in jail or ton Sundays at church,  .which would yer take?  , Weary Wragcles���������Pd take de  {ihurch. Dcre's hotter sleepin' accommodations In  a churih.  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C.  Bkst ACCOM.MODATIOX  Ix the Lardeau.  Rates $2 Pep Day.  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor.  M.    BROWN,  Proprietor.  o  REVELSTOKE-  Sash  and  Door  Faeto/ y.  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave*  For    information,   time    cards  mapo aud tickets apply to  T. XV. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  E. J. Covli-: Asst-Gen. Passenger  Agent, Vancouver, B. C;  Manufacturers or  and Dealers ln~~"  Sush, Doors, Turning--, Pllnthn. Corner  Blocks, Mouldings of all kindu. Fancy  Gables and Verandah work. Brackets,  of everv description made to order.  Store and Office Fittings, A'indo^r  Frame", with sasli fitted a s"!K>oi:ilty.  the latest machinery. Drv kiln  liroiniocs. Call and* cot prices hefore  iroinp; elsewhere.  SAWYER & MANN NO.  F. MeCJIRT?  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK.  JWUTTOJl JMD SJittSJlGE  Fish   and   Game   in   Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoke;  Revelstoke Station, Xakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson l> *F?  We  Have  Some extra values this week  in Toweling at Gc, "ic.. 10c,  1-2-Ac. ami 15c, in pure linen.  A lot of Wrappers to clear at  00c. and 81.50, regular price  wns $1.75 and S2r50.  When you need a nice tabic  cloth just drop in and see  the splendid values we can  give you at 35c.. -40c, 50c,  75c. and 81.  The assortment of Flannelettes we can offer you in  prices, patterns and colors  will surprise and convince  you that we can do better  for you than any house in  the trade at  The Cash Bazaar  W. Mlir.DP.UM, MAN A OKU  HOWSON BLOCK. - MeKl'-NZIE AYR.  u^^irfUV  distil/ '7LAAtsfar������,v  4PC$C *tt/  i6^  _������*&4A.  A Fresh Supply of  Enos Fruit Salts  Bromo Seitzer  Abeys Salts  TUST RECEIVED:  Jn������������t the ihinc to use in thc hot weather for  Sich ftumach. Headache, Ktc, at tho  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO., LTD.  CHAS. R. McllONALD, Manager.  McKENZlE   AVE..   KEVELSTOKE   STATION.  LOCAL AND  GENERAL   HEWS  The Canadian Press excursion is  expected here about S-tunluy.  G.llorton, of Gome. Out., commercial man, is doing business in tliis  city.  Roy Smythe is making a considerable addition tn his tobacconist store  on Third stieet.  berg. Koiitledge left yesterday for  Kaslo, where he is under orders to  drill tiie local company for a month.  -"-Remember ynu can get all kinds  of school supplies ut. the Canada Drug  & Book Co., Limited, Revelstoke, B.C.  Kirkpatrick and Lundy are starting  to drive 100 feet of tunnel on the Little  Robert claim on the Duncan divide for  the owneis.  A. AI, Pinkhain of Calg'iry, brother  of J. Pitikham of the Imperial bank  stuff litre, registered al the Revelstoke  on Saturday.  Tne regular meeting of L. O. L.,  IG5P, will be held for the first time ill  the Oddfellows Hull next Friday  evening at the usual hour.  J. T. Wilkinson nf the Province stall"  was in town this week looking none  the worse for his recent narrow escape  from the waters of the Pacific ocean.  Dun Riks of Strathcona. Alfa., arrived in town on Saturday morning  last- on a visit to his brother Malcolm  _Hos������,tha Front street shoeinukcr.whoiii  he hud not seen for 22 years.  O. D. Hour and L. Thompson, lelt  Circle City on Friday to visit the Noble  Th~-ee group at the head of {the South  Fork, in'company with W. Robert!,  who put through the Empire deal.  The corporation have received 1.000  feet of hose and an outfit of robber  boots, helmets, hxfs and other equipment for fighting lire, which ihey nre  distributing between the two brigades.  The Great Northern   Railway,   it  is  slated, will discharge all   its   Japanese  ___e_.U_ii_-haiul=~   within 00  days... Tlie  THE PASSING SHOW.  We are now commencing  a  period  of the year when we have every reason  to   expect   considerable  wet weather  and our streets will become more and  more wretched   for pedestrians   until  the snow flies.    The council  has   now  been in ollice for six mouths and so far  nor. a foot of sidewalk  his  been laid.  While the light rages  between   front-  ugu   tax,   half   frontage   tax    or    no  frontage lux, citizens  and ratepayers  are marching  in   tliu   mud,   nnd  the  period   during   which   sidewalk   const ruction is usually carried on in   this  part of the world  is  rapidly  drawing  ton close.     It seems to  the IIi-:u.vr_.D  that,   seeing   that   the   half frontage  scheme is out  of court as   not  being  within tliu powers of  the  corporation  as provided   by  thc   Act.   and   as   to  build     any   sidewalk    altogether   by  frontage tax will require another long  period  of delay,   that the best thing  wliich the council  can  do  is  lo build  one sidewalk at   all  events with t.he  appropriation mndo for  it out  of the  genernl public works expenditure and  leave the question as to how the others  shall be   built   for  future  councils to  settle. The battle can bo fought out at  the polls at thu next municipal election, if it is thought worth  while,  but.  in the meantime there  will   be at  all  events ono comfortable  road for foot  passengers to  take  from  one  end of  town to another.  D. Ferguson came in to town from  Ferguson on Sunday's train.  A number of Methodist ministers aro  in town to attend the conference,  wliich is being hold heie this week.  The Walter L. Alain circus will show  tomorrow on a pitch, which they have  hud cleared neur the river bunk, on  the smelter townsite.  The. frami" of the big station and  hotel now being built, by ihe C. P. R.  at Siciiinoiis is well under way and it  is expected Unit ihe building" wiH be  completed by the end of the month.  ���������At.the lust meeting of the No. 1  Fire Brigade the following officers  were eluded for the ensuing year: J.  .Shaw, assistant chief; ��������� C. AI. Field,  ra~iliiin of hose: Chas. Ahrahnnison.  chief engineer. I'lieinical; John Bland,  enpti'in hook und bidder; J. A. Stone,  secretary and treasurer. Five hundred feet of new hose has been received nnd put in place,  0%  FIGHTING!        FIGHTING! !|  Where is the Fighting? ������  Oh !      Have you not heard about the war in the fi&  Phillipines ?   Well, a ten ible battle look place, the <3������v  othor day near Hollo;   it was a hand to hnnd con- ^[  ilict, but it was a trifling nlT.-i.ii- compared with the W  rush lhat is being made to secure tho numerous (?v?  Bargains we uro offering during (^  Our $>  Monster <#>  Give |  Away j|  The impression tlmt thero is not nny galvanized pipe to be obtained in town is wrong. Wo  have a good stock of ���������!������ and 1 inch pipe on huiid, which wo arc In n position to -lell ut lebs than  the -wholesale price at the coast. A complete stock of Brass Cocks and 1'lpe Fittings always  on hand.      People putting in piping will lind it to thoir advantage to buy material from us.  . M. Lawrence,  ...Hardware and Tinsmithing...  O. J. AMAN'S SODA  WATER FOUNTAIN  IS THE COOLEST THING IN TOWN.  Drop in liquidate,���������Cool, healthy and delicious soft drinks, any flavor.  Convenient to the depot,  a J. AMAN, Tobacconist.  \  Revelstoke  Watch Our Windows for Criterion  Nelson Defeated.  The Nelson lacrosse team played its  first match on the coast, at Vancouver  on Saturday afternoon. Among the  1.500 spectators were a good many  Westiiiinsteritcs, including most of  the members of the Westminster  lacrosse team, who went over for the  purpose of sizing up the up-country  players. They were not disappointed  in witnessing a very interesting nintch;  arid the score, four goals to two, is uu  indication that the home team did  not have things all their own way. Tn  fact, at one time, it, looked us if the  visitors were to win, but this thoy  could not accomplish, although they  played a plucky game.  Vancouver won the first goal in 7  minutes; the second in 0 minutes; tho  fourth in 7 minutes, and the sixth in  11 minutes; Nelson winning the third  and fiflh gunies iu 0 and -1 minutes,  respectively.  The Taylor Block,  ������������S������0������  09  McKenzie  Avenue.  NOTICE.  Take notiee that00 davs after date I intend  to apply io the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to piircliiico 1(30  acres of I arid situate in the West Kootenay  District and on the Lardeau Kivor and marked  out and described as follows: llogiiining  at Have "'erguson's North Knst Corner which  post is marked "J.J. Young's Nortli West  Corner" ; thence ^onth-10 chains, thence cast  ���������10 chains, thence nortli -10 chains, thence wes"  ���������10 chains to the point of commencement.  J. J. YOUNG,  August-Ith, ISM. by his agent  62-80 W. II. Pool.  There is a certain place which wc  are. told is paved with good intentions.  If our sidewalks in Revelstoke could  be built out- of the massive eloquence  of our local public orators, it would be  an easy matter to furnish every bylane  in town with these conveniences of  civilization. There are certain people  in this town who seem to imagine  that, no public meeting is complete  unless they have aired their opinions.  Tbe H_"i~Ai,ii is not aware that they  usually add anything of very material  value to'-fhc debute. In fart it is often  difiicult for lhc -ivciage intellect which  has not had the iocs tii liable ad vantage  of long years oi residence in this" place  to discover whnt. on earth thoy iiro  talking about at nil. It does not  appear that there, is any overwhelming  public demand for their oratory. In  fuel that the very certainty lhat if  there is a public meeting those inevitable old stundbys are perfectly sure  to inflict their eloquence upon it, deter  quito a number of people from ever  going near a public meeting here at  all. It. seems to thc Hehat.d that ii  is about time for these local Websters  und village Gladstones to taken tumble  Let. tbein consider their record its  prodigies of eloquence und giants of  debute us now complete anrl imperishable nnd take a  good   long  rest  from  A Serious Matter.  Some two weeks ago the Hkrald  pointed ont lhe necessity of something  being done towards lifting the telephone, wires hetween Thomson's Landing and Trout Lake City. The advice  has apparently been unheeded,'as  " Toma " writing lo t.he Trout Luke  Topic last issue says:  " It is a blessing thai, parties using  the road between Thomson's Lauding  and this place hnve not met with some  accident owing to the telephone wire  being down; not down on 'tbe������ground,  but just low enough to catch one by  the throat when on'horseback or on  the stage. I hear lots of swearing  nbout it and it.seems to me tho whole  thing could hu put. right, in lominiiles.  1 feel quite certain if Mr. Cowan knew  how dangerous thc wire is and the  risks he runs tin ough it. it would bo  UnciI at once.  NOTICE.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. II. Mackintosh  intend tliirtv (SOI ilnvs from date to apply to  the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to  purcliuse the following tract of land situated  on the. east shore of Upper Arrow Lake, south  of and adjoining Lot ���������1151, Group 1: Commencing nt a post marked C. H. Mackintosh, northwest corner, said post adjoining the Southwest corner of Lot- "MBl. <���������'. 1; thence oust  twentv (20) chains; thence south forty (-III)  chains; thence west twenty (_!0) chains, more  nr less, to the shore of Upper Arrow Lake;  thence north along the shore line to point of  commencement, containing eighty (80) aeres  more or less.  C. II. MACKINTOSH.  Julv 01 h, ISM. 1'er N. 1*. To wssend  LADIES' gMPORIUM  Timsn Street, Centre.  Opposite Cowan Hlock.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  Goods  in town.  Bath-  -:eto*w o:p:E":*i->r  Season Tickets can bo obtained from Messrs.  McCarter, Flindi, Crage or .Mayne.  ClENTLKMliN...  LA 11IUS   ... *.~.00.  ....$2.50.  Ladles' days :     Mondays,    Wednesdays,   and  Fridays from 1 to 5 p.m.  ^SK%'^$^%a������3I*-_-_-:%%E'������ >f_5t 3E3E3ES:a_S-SE%_M  THE SIGN OF A TAILOR  Whnt is it? What is il. that, marks u mini as tailni'-mude ut the lirst glance?  lie can lie. told a block away���������his clothe, fit him perfectly���������there is the. right  cut to his coat and trousers. Tho collar and ftlnpels are. firni and smooth.  There isn't too much looseness here���������nnd too much tightness tliero. "Everything is neatly done. Biittors, button holes, seams���������all uro firm and true.  Prices uro us low ns possiblo for high class tailoring.  MERCHANT TAlLOIt  Pacific Ave., llevelstoke, ll.C.  R. S. "WILSON.  K. Lawson.  | FIRE INSURANCE^,       if  JSl All classes of insurable covered   &  Jg at fair and equitable rates.             B,  | LIFE INSURANCE/,        ������  Sl Policies��������� non-foi-fcitable,   guar- -���������������  Js, iniieed values, cash loan values,   K  w throughout the history of the   ft  oJ noliev.                               *                  (b  BUSH MEN 'WANTED.  policy!  MONEY TO LOAN  -/**  A. N. SMITH,  BAKER,  GR0GER  ANDGQNFEGTieNER  ������35JF"I have secured  lhe services of W. Kault, a  Iir.sl cla>s baker from the east.  -  Flour bought in carload lots.  Free Delivery,���������Prompt Service,  Victoria Uoad East, llevelstoke.  Large and Well Lighted  Sample Ilooius   Healed hy Hot Air and Ulectrio  Hells and Light In every room  Free Hus Keels All Trains  Kcasnuahlc hates -.   JOHN V. PERKS, Pkofkiistok.  Niglit  <I ri 11 Konm in Connection for tho Convenience of Guest;.  Arriving nnd Departing by Nighl Trains.  Hourly Street Car  Jletween Hotel ami Station.  .^������^������llsi_������k������9 i������Cc  Tv.o teamster-, foursnwvor", three swampers.  Teamsters S3.**, "awvors ?:>j. Swampers JSH per  mouth and hoard: Apply OTTUKTAll, SAW  MILL, Ottertail, 1'.. C.    - ���������  company give a-* arenson that Oriental  lnhor is incompetent and dear at any  price.���������15. C. Workman.  Trout Lake has at last been favored  ���������with three mails a week. This is no  n-.oie ihan right in view of the increasing prosperity of the district. It is  ���������strongly hoped 'that this ne.v service  will remain during the winter.���������Topic.  The Oddfellows llall i.s to Iim dedicated by the united lodges of lhe town  on I/i'mr Day. Sept. 4!.h. The dedi-  cttion will he prc-c c-ded by a parade of  the frul_ rnitit _* in regalia and followed  by a ball in the evening in the opera  hou-e.  Kd. Crockett, one of the old time  pi*o."-pect.ois of the Lai dean, returned  to town hif-t week accompanied by his  bride. Y.il'r- many friends in this part  of the country lire extending him lhe  ������������������glad hand." The IlKRAl.n lias plea.-*-  lire in joining in the congratulations  to Mr. and Mrs- Crockett.  II. \. Brown returned from a tiipto  Silver Tip .mil Mni-donell creek, tributaries of the Dtuir.-iil, on Siltiiid.iy.  He r_ ports plenty of work going on in  the Lardeau und thinks there is a  great cliiinie lliere liirht tuow for the  invest incut of capital in buying claims.  A strike of G0U dock employes on the  (I. I', ll. wharves. Vancouver, occurred  on Wednesday. It only bisled three  lioiiis. The company wanted to  suliMititti* a monthly wage of $."> for  dav ������oik and SOU for night work, in  pluce of 20c. p'-r hour for day and SOc.  per hour for'night work. The matter  \v:i<-settled by the men accepting 25c.  per hour all   lound.���������B. C. Workman.  The Trout lake exhibit of ore for the  Paris Exposition while not being a1*  complete as could be hoped foi is nevertheless fairly representative of the  mineral deposits of the division.  Accompanying thc specimens will '.be  a few hundred copies of the Tront  Lake pamphlet and map which will  assist very greatly in advertising the  ii���������miices of Ihe country in a  Hi'iii-V cciilic��������� Topic.  Iheir   oxbau-ting   efforts   to' "impVes.  this grateful and iidmiringcoiiiinuniiy.  Business Notes.  ���������Read Ronnie 13ros.'announcement  nf Iheir .-.eiiii-uniiniil clearing -j.ile  which commence.-, tomorrow.  ���������Our "cli'iii'uig sule'' remnants are  nicely displayed nnd all marked in  plain figures for tomorrow uicirniiig.  On your shopping early.���������Bourne  13kos." *  ���������A fresh supply of photogriipher's  goods, such as veins, platinum, solio  and bromide, printing papers. Stanley  & Seeds plates, anil nil kinds of chemicals, jus: arrived al llie Cun-idu, Drug  ������t Roi-k Co., Limited, Kevel.-toke, B.C.  ���������Wc arc Ion busy lidding out odds  and ends uf various lines and placing  them upon the bargain counter to tell  tl e people in detail the red snaps we  nre offering, hut would ndvist; ynu lo  hi; on hnnd tomorrow morning while  the choice lasts.���������Bourne limos.  BORN"  Mknziks���������At Revelstoki  "-\i"_ _r-J4th.  to  Iifcv  cn Mondav,  -T   :in.'t_ 11 is-  Menzii'S. ;i -on.  Dissolution of Partnership.  The partnership heretofore existing hetween  Tlnxtur llohiii-on and Hubert Parke has this  dav been di-solvcd by mutual consent, Baxter  Kohiuson rcmaining'iii the business. He will  pnv all accounts coiineciotl with their contracting business and collect all monies for  some. * *  Kevelstoke, Julv -JO, ISW.  I'.AXTKU HOP.INSON.  KOIiliKT IlAItKK. .  ROBERT CLAIR  Contractor . . . .    ,  IHltCK, STONE mul l'LA~*T~"~*INC1:  KXCA VATINO, SKWl'.KAGE.  STRKKT GKAUING.  Contract- Taken.  Securiiv irivon as eallc'" for.  'Material furnished if necessary.  Why Suffer With  Headaches ?  Mack's  ���������Slates,    scribblers,   school   book?,  copies,   school   bags,   and  everything  required  for   school  Drug iS: Book Co.  W. C. Bruce was in town   on  Sut.ur  diiy.    He is going to   open   the  River  side hotel at Selkirk City at the foot of  Tiout'lake mi Saturday.  ��������� Aid. McKeihnie. chairman of the  F. \V. & L. committee, expects lo hnve  a line ol" street lights from one Jend of  town to the other strung lhis week.  Ficd. Men ill, advance agent, for thc  Lavina and Coppinger Comedy Co. of  New Vork. better known us the Kick-  iipoo Indians is in town iiiT-ingir.g for  a three days siege. o  The inanagpin������nt of St. Peter's Sunduy school desire the IlEKAI.D to extend their hearty thanks to all those  who by presents of enl.-ible., free  transportation und by I heir presence,  and iissis-tance on the ground, helped  t.o make Saturday'* picnic a success.  The Sunday mIiooI picnic of St.  Peler's church look place on Saturday  iifternooii. The day wns flno an'l between forty and fifty children and ;i  number of the grown Jnp nieuvheis of  the congregation enjoyed a very plens-  arit. afternoon nt the enl.r. lire to the  cniivriti ou tbe Big Rend road.  TO   RENT.  After c-e7.tem'ocr l=t. a well furnished larce  ,      room; rentml locution.   (Hath )   Auply _-<!_-���������  it   lhe   Canada   herai.:!office.  NOTICE TO THE BUILDING  TRADE.  All ma-nn", br!rtJe_aj"nl pirt-Hicrors mid th"Ir  h*j1.r������<?r**- fftr*,if:'.ti*r4. pluintn-r-. it������tin;"rs, nnd  sheet ni'-tai workt-rs np������<r<Uiiijr i������ thi- r\tyt  '(routrae::-K' ".tv! day '-.nrkt ar������* ro'ittcstP'l tu  attrnd a m'l':tini> tr> t*-** jh*J<1 n'%, ������> j_-.li-. ih{-  SiUun-tr- th<_ 10th. !n LtO/ir hall, 'Irti'Tonu'-t  Tlipn.tr-*! *o ili-'rn^*, an*! form aliniidlny Tra*h-s  ret!*-rution f'������r mutual ai'vnntnp**' Hnd j������rn-  t������*t.tinn. /. ���������"cIm-ih*1 of fi;di*ration will i-^ j>re-  sontfd. No oni .Mi; .liwifc-Inn alln-.-fd. A  collection to defray -.xj--j:i*-'_.. of arivt-TtlMni:  and hall \_:It b������: taken n;..  *.!t I). hTAMl'KK, h.intpr.  s  Will Cure All Kinds of Headaches.  Speedy and Safe���������^aaSZ\   SOLD HY   FIELD & BEWS  Druggists and Stationers.  "M on good business or residential   g  | --!l������iT'LTAYETTE BUKER,   k  DOMINICK GALLICANO,  McKenzie Ave.   Hiiuler.in   FRESH GENERAL GROCERIES  Specialties:     Soup   materials,��������� macaronis of  every kind, the choicest and best makes-  Olive Oil, ltoiniui (.heesc, I'luegar.   Vegetables.  *-t'_'l"t->^'t*'i''M">__''I''I������_'_'i.a"_-_i"i.*4'  2 ATTENTION        -    "  ti.  ���������>-  ���������J.  ���������5-  *  ii^*  **iMf.***+*iI."I.**^***.T.**^.***.f  Watch attention,' careful, experienced, painstaking iiKcutiDU. Al-  leniion Hint will keep its (ine  mechanism in perfect condition.  H doesn't take much oil tn make it  marl: time, but it niuist have that  "mite and have it at the* right time.  It is our business lo correct all  difiiculties about a watch and make  it keeii correct time. It is our ambition to adti to the reputation we  think wc have, in no small measure  already established of doing honest,  thorough watch repairing. Jlring  vour sick watch along. Work  guaranteed.  Our repair depart men I is in charge  of Mr. 11. N, Dovle, an expert in  Knglish, Swiss and American watch  repairing.  Guy Barber,  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  McKenzie.We.   REVELSTOKE.  CHEAP FIREWOOD ���������' P  Send your orders for Fire Wood to ������^5  FRED. ROBINSON, at the saw mill Jp3|  office. He will deliver at $2.25 a cord Sgjss  in short lengths. $1.50 a cord to those 'cr'&s  who do their own hauling. 6$$  FIRST TIME HERE    -'    *. J  WAIaTEB' L. MAIN  Fashion P        Show of the World..  3 Ring Circus.  Monster Menagerie.      Racing Carnival.      Congress of Natiors  Society Horse Fair aid Children's Menagerie.  CRAGS &  MAYNE  Notaries Public  and Conveyancers'  Anctioners  and Valuators  Ff.'.c \e('iu- for thc Smelter Tov(n.-*itu of Kevel-  ....   .-"'���������'���������". '!'��������� <'������������������  kiisk, l.iKF. and   Ac:r;!ijKNT as-:up.anc:i-:  THOMAS O'BRIEN,  Solicitor,   Notary  Public,   Conveyancer.  Ol."c������>  in T'pp.:r (-obltnhin Niivi-jaticn  y     and   l'ramway Company'-   llitihling.  GOLDEN. 3. C.  4>*+-H"I-M'+-M"l"t-M"M-M-l"S-+,M-I~+  ���������> ������  % CITY SCAVENGER/-,  t. All Orders. Promptly  4- Attended To  ^  1 JAS. C. HUTCHISON.?  2 *���������  ^..I._f^.^f.^.+^~j.+-M������I"I"H"I-f-H"f-I:":H-l-  I Jas. I. Woodrow"  ^UTCHgR  TO CLEAR OUT  the Htock of J. Aikcnlicftcl.it Co., composuil of  Watches, Jewellery a������id  Silverware. .*.. .-./^  we hnve rcdnoed prices of same to a smnll per-  (���������ciitime above rost, and will continue t-clliiij^  ut reduced priced until July 25. W'q ulso make  a specialty of   '.. Watch Repairing   each job belli tf thoroughly repaired  and guaranteed for 12 months.    No cure, no pay-  Mail orders promptly attended to, and ex-  pre>������ paid one way.  e7mT"allum.  Watchmaker und Jeweler,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  SELKIRK LODGE NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets everv Saturday  evening in Oddfellows'  lljill nl8 o'clock. Visil-  liifc brethren cordially  Invited to attend.  FOR SALE.  One No. _> Cook f-to'-.e It^-.^rvoir. one IV.:  Stove (wood!, medium si/e, bo'.h .is uond ������,  new. Uiniiig Uo.Fm !*.x*.":islcti Talil",  >l<-dr..,,:n I .    , .  Suite. ..tc    owner leaving city.    Apply a; the j Kct.-il li":\lt-r in--  lur.*!.,...nir. .. 1 Beef, Pork  CHATTEL MORTGAGE  SALE.  j Mutton, Etc  ] Fish and Game in Season   Th. vestry of St. P.-tel's  receiveil with fjn'iii.i'i'Kri-t a letter from  Dr. P.i(?cr. stut inf? that owiiiff to the  (li>U'tei*ious circi'ts of thu I'linmtc! of  this placu on his health, hu ha.-" l"~c;n  compelled to placu his resignation of  the parish in the hands of Archdeacon  Piuitreath. thu bishop's commissary.  The resignation t.ike . effect on Oct.  1st. The announceiiient has occasioned Ri-eat ri'^iet among the memhers  of the parish and the residents V'f the  town fjenerally. anu.ne; whom the  reverend doctor has made hosts of  real i frii-i.ds dnriiiR his short st.-iy in Hov-  1-1 nkc.  Ui.d"r and I.- \ irtr.e of tbepow^rs con-alncl  in a . .-j-tiiin chattel liKu-t^'ii^.- mnde by im-.i.!  (I.. C'ailii iirl of l'.i-...|stiikc, to .1... Ahlin mnl  1 rli have ' ''has. .1. .John-on and assigiicl 10 lhc wudor-,  Pihave iHl..-n j^.s^cs-sion of all the uU,t k 111  trade, good-. i>l._ittc|������ and cffwll of the. sniil  David I.. i;iitb.art co. 'ri-d by tb" said mortgage to satisfy the mon''!.' o.vmg under the  snid ii]i>_-!'.(rt.r _'a:*'l I will offer the said stock tn  tntd". good", chattels and effects for -.ale by  public auction at the premises lately occupied  hv the said Cathcart on I-'irst Str.-ct, It'-ve!-  sl'okc, on Thursday the 17th day of Aiibii������i,  IS'yi, at the hour of fn o'clock in the forenoon.  Stock Iii-'. aiid inventory of thc grindi t" be sold  may be -"en on npplicntion to Messrs. Crnge .t  Mavne, auelionccrs.  XV. It ;i'KA- K.  MortKagoes' Ilaillff.  Pntml thi-< !ith day r.f August, 1MKI.  READ THE  SPECIAL FEATURES !  63-     HORSES AND PONIES  ('crri' r !���������������  and Kiii^  .Vi ordf-r-* promptly Ml*"d.  The Detachment of Roosevelt's Rough  Riders. No Western cow hoys, hut  genuine Rough Riders, who look  part in that famous hattle of San  Juan Hill.  63  PerforiniiiK in  One limp:, at one  time  ami niiiiinf_;e(l   hy one man.  Sousa's   Band,   hurloscjued hy Main's  Ou'n Clowns.  A Horseback Riding Pony.    First and  Only Act of the kind ever exhihiU'il  M.-cis lift and third Tii'-sili v In every monlli  111 tin; Oddfellows' hall. VKItlng brethren invited.  ll   i,.HNK"~. T. E. L.TAYI.OIt,  Secretary. 1'rcsldent.  To Rcnti|  After :-'<'iitcrnber 1st. the comfort'ibl. (|iinr-  ters on tho second floor of my store opposite  tin-Cohi.-ii isiiielc tv.o bedrooms, siilinicroom,  hif'-heii nnd IinII. Wnler enncetion. l"or  I-Hrtif-iiInr~ i'i'i"'! "I "ii- -toi'' x>( 3'- !' ��������� I.*'���������''">'���������  For  1 he Choicest  and Best  Fruits and  Confectionery  Cigars and  Tobaccos  . . TRY . -  MRS. W.J. I2EE'S STORE  McKKNZlE AV]~NI"J~.  Ice Cicuin Piirli'i- in connection.  Miss Steele  TcRrher of Music, Latin, Trench. I'cneil  Ilrawlng. Landscape nnd Figure in blnck and  colored crnvnn _, Oil and Water Color on can-  vass, silk, satin, etc Kvenlng cla-e-es in I-.iig-  ll������h brtnehes and mathematics, fctudio,  Smith Hotk.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Uoval Pehool of Mines. London.    Seven years  at 'Morfa  Works,  Swansea.     17   years  Chlcl  Chemist  to Wigan Coal and Iron Co..  ing.  Lat" chemist nnd Assavcr, Hall Mines, *utd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  A Complete Children's Menagerie, Baby  Klephiints, Buliy Lions and the only  pair of Living Ntir_iti{; Baby TiRers.  Kerslake, the Vermont. Boy, with his  troop ot Performing Hogs, .  10 Beautiful Lady Riders, headed hy  the; Circus Queen Mihs Rose ��������� Dock-  rill.  10 Dashing Equestrians, headed by the  Brazilian Horseman Martina Lo  Wanda. Jr.  1000 Horses, Men, Women and Children.  Big, New Idea Free Street Parade at 10 o'clock each morning.  Don't fail to see this mighty pageant and judge the performance  o  by the parade. .   Free exhibition on circus grounds after parade.  Doors open at 1 and 7 p. m.  Performances at 2 and 8 p. m.  Gentlemanly ushers in attendance.      Tents absolutely waterproof.  Will Exhibit at Revelstoke on  Thursday, August 17th.  #1'  f

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