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Array ,:���������***  1  'ff  1*  B  lit  ('if-  m  |?.&.  I  Vol.'III.    No. .69.   ISSUB3D   TWIOB-A-Y\rEEE:-WBD3rBSDAYS   A1TD   SA.TTJI^ID-A"S"S  / yx ,*o  REVELSTOKE, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 29,1899.  _.'__._ e  $2,00 a Year in Advance'.-  _ iai7������   . -  3  Our business is steadily  increasing. Our stocks are  larger than ever. We * bin-  in car loud lots. Om- ware-  room ar.d cold storage facilities are the bei-t iii"E,evelstoke. We ' have a lame  branch store at Trout Lake  Ci'y.  The Lardeau and Trout  LaKe district is now comin-r  to the front; shipping mines  already, and r ail \vay~tra importation by competitive  companies is now a cer-  .tainty. And we are well  prepared'to supply miners'  and prospectors' - complete  outfits.  '.Have Ton  MadeTJ-D  Tour Mind":- '  what you would like for  your new .miit? No matter  what kind of clothes, '.style.  col -.r or pattern 3-011 fancy  most, come nnd exai;tine our  new and up-to-diiie stoi.'k.  Amid the numerous claims of the Big Store's merchandise for  recognition, Summer Goods stand out pre-eminently above  till others. Every department i.s showing what is best and  fittest for summer wear;   this s.orc never held a better stock  d riches, fresh and beautiful  beyond all woi'ds of pencil or g  counterpart of the proverbial ^  cucumber. Fashionable, beyond doubt., the realization of per- z  feet taste, in the light and iluiTy things that go to make ;<!������  summer heat bearable. Prices ! well, they bring cheerful, |  pleased crowds of people who buy and are satisfied. . Let us ������  runjthe gauntlet of these hot weather needs. Read carefully 3?  this special list of " good values." Try and do your shopping ������  in the morning.  BIC  IKDUSTRYJOR  HALCYON  The Mineral Water Will be Bottled On  a Very Large Scale.  British   and    Canadian'   capitalists,  through the  Hon.  C. H. Mackintosh,  arc about to  liond   Halcyon   Springs  water.   The  plan   was  suggested  by  John 13.  HaniIIton,  for 30 years surgeon general of the British army  in  India,     who   recently   made. a.   trip  through   "West-   Kootenny,  taking  in  Nelson,  Rossland   and   other   points.  After General 'Hamilton  visited  Ilal-  \V?--'1..'V     /   ' / ilLU-sc lor summer wear;    this s!<  iU^U/'U/    P}{ of summer beauty.   Riches behin  ~/Z-rU'/U-/?/   as a summer smirise,   exquisite 1.  ^-jy^Uf   ^'i//\   Pai,lt-      Cool! yes to the ideal c  Vy.-T-'^^'U   V.  '%���������/.)       " '���������-       **-*-���������      -���������    -  '     .���������   .li ,<*\V*  tin  Pique Shirt Waists  While Pique Shirt Waists are lhe ideal garments fnr  summer went-, You'll lio enriched with a look at  Ihose dainlii _.. Ladies' White Pique Shirt Waisis  heaiitiftilly made, cool and comforting cut, full pouch  front, yoke back, self collar and culfs, special fitting,  Special price SI.25.  Liuiics' Colored Pique Shirt Waisls, m checks and  fam-v  pattern.;, full  fronts and  plaited   hacks froin  yoke, self collar and cuffs, Special   91.00,  Fancy Sailor Hats ���������  The pith of the story ahont these hats is that the hat  liuyer'si'Ciiicil the entire lot of these the maker had.  Ladies' Knglish White Sailor II.-ils. extra quality,  made in the latest fashion, smart, stylish and light  trimmed, with pi-clly silk hands. The. gist of this  linij  li.-u-ttaiti  i.s I ha'r, it is. the same price wholesale as  Bath Towels Clearing-���������  Then; never was a more opportune time "f'or house  keepers lo replenish their supply, of Towels. The  values of to-day will he a thing of the past to-morrow.   Come while they last.  Fancy Bath Towels. 20x10  inches,   each...: 23c.  Special Quality Bath Towels, 2ix51iliches. extra fine  quality, each '".-.j;.*.: '.'.' 35c.  Pure   Linen   Bath   Towels, extra   large  size, .30x00  inches, special,  each .".'  ."..-15c.  BATH INO TRUNKS, all sizes, each 35i>  W    ,,       t-,.      P,    ,"    "���������"  '" "S.I.UU S.IIIJO Ill-  fe)   toe Big Store's reaiail"pike,   namely  ....$1.00.  ��������� O  O  ummer 'Wash Fab  Men's Shoes  for Summer  ���������  Every .hoe 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 preferr  ring thein.-  From  ���������*!>������������������ Ill  TICS  S a.m. to 7 p.m. on Monday every available  ..... vill-h" crowded wil li Iioppy .-.nil enthu.-iast ic  5) shoppers. liiiSnmiiier Wash Goods, we are doing  Jg th" biggest liU'-iiiuiF.s tliis season. Cottons vie with  (i> Silks in (lie greil i-.-ice for siipieni'icy. The vast ties.-.  (5- of onr stock in these lines and the littleness of our  prices are hard Io realize in Itevelstoke. Come ami  see tlicm ami compare prices.  Hew Prices on  -Wash  K'S  'BiBTlQS:i  r-___s=a_i'WC_-?2i_  About  Prices   When   Ave   sell   you    an  article   at ������1  it's worth SI;  straight   business   methods  at this store.    Our hi: si news  is to sell  general  merchandise not only this year,  but  next year tmd  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, ami we are making it  worth your  while  to  trade  with us,    This you know or  will know.    All branches of  our business are to bo   kept  right up to   the  times and  the prices kept clown.  Not one piece marked at its actual or accepted market, value. But they musl go, even ac lhis sacrilice.  New  Washing Prints,   fast'.aiitl newest pal terns, at  thin special sale, only 10c.  New l<_tiglish Prints, pretty'designs, '30  inehes  wide,  special 12c.  New White Piques, stylish cord, fine goods. 30 inches  wide, clearing mil at  17c.  New White Duck, newest weave, 30  inches wide, for  a,  few days only  ..ISc.  New   Swiss   Dotted Muslins,   with   woven   dots,  at  lhis special hut weather sale ? lor.  New American Dimity Muslins, of exquisite richness,  this speiial sale only 15c.  New  Dress  Ginghams,  fast dye, exquisite patterns,  reliahie goods...' 15c.  New  Dimity Dress  Muslins, in  handsome   checked  pallerus ". I5c.  Men's 'Summer  Underwear"  TT  cj-on   he   remarked    upon  absence   of  mineral   water    for  benefit of tourists along railway  lines  in the west and explained  the  system  in India of furnishing travellers  with  mineral   water   on ..railways.       The  porters of trains there,  he said,   kept  mineral water in iced lockers and sold  it for one cent aiid."a half per  bottle.  Halcyon water with  ils sulphuretted  hydrogen and alkaline..salt.'..'oilers an  inducement from a medicinal point of  view, that i.s not to  be  had  elsewhere  on   the    American    continent,     Hot  Springs, Arkansas, not excepted. Gov.  Mackintosh's   company   has    ordered  25,000 each of pint and quart  bottles  from Germany for a first consignment.  These   will   be   filled , with    Halcyon  water and it is expected lhat arrange-  mt'ills will be mado w'il.h  the  C. P. R.  to have the  waler  sold on Canadian  Pacific trains and also on (rains of the  other companies  throughout Canada  and the United  Scutes.   Big boltling  works will immediately  he elected at  Halcyon  and  an   important industry  will be built np at the Arrowhead lake  resort.    The company   will  endeavor  to   make   Halcyon   the     Carlsbad  of  America.    The industry will  he conducted on a very largo scale.���������Nelson  Miner.  The City Hotel.  The City Hotel on First, street has  proved such a 'promising concern from  a business poii.t of view that additions  are already contemplated. A CO x 26  wing is to be added on t he east side of  the present building to contain the  diningrooii) and kitchen, while a barroom is laid out on the other side. The  management have recently started  running a bus lo tlie station and (lie  house is always full and has rapidly  acquired a first -class lepulation for  comfort among the hotel resorting  public. It is lighted with the electric  light, has water laid on, bathrooms,  electric bells, and  is  warmed   by  hot  OYERNMENI CAUCUS'1  JOE MARTIN RESIGNS HIS SEAT  AND PORTFOLIO  HIS FOLLOWING MELTS AWAY  the: total jaii', while Uu  management is careful  to attend in every way to  the "  and convenience of the guests.  el fare  Back from Dawson.  William Perdue is again in Nelson  after an absence of about a year. He  left Dawson on June 17th iind came  out by way of St. Michael's. When at,  lhat place he attempted to reach Cape  Nome, where there are said to be  fabulously rich diggings, but lie only  got part of the way and was glad of it,  for he afterwards learned that Cape  Nome diggings are a fraud. He reports Dawson one of the liveliest places  he was ever in. Plenty of money, hut  many men out of work. ' He also <*ays  that thero are more liars on the Yukon  than in all the remainder of the  world.���������Nelson Tribune.  Don't make any mistake about it. There's a spell of  good hot we.i I her ahead of you. Now and then we  get a gentle reminder of it Better be ready with  plenty n'i' cool light weight underwear. We have an  ideal collection, from 33 cents a piece to those elegant  garments nl $2.50. "Between these prices there's  iuiipie variety "to please every buyer. "_ '-  Men's-IVine Thread BalluiggaiiUnrlerwctir, shirts and  drawers, Fiench neck, sizes Al to -U. each at 3oc.  ilea's Fine Billuiirgaii   Underwear, shirts and driiw-  Union Labor���������Cheapest and Best.  * It is rumored chat several of the  mine owners are becoming tired of  their connection with the Mine Owners' Protective Association and are  only await ing a good excuse to break  away- from that organization. They  are beginning to find lhat $3 men .are  more expensive in the long run than  $0.50 men.    The latter are good miners   ............ ... ..im  iuhk  run   man  _.    i_.iniiii_:gan   underwear, shirts and draw- @ ,$3.50 men.    The latter aregood miners  ei-*.   ovei-locked   se.iiiis.   French    neck,     warrant od $ .(n(1   mulei-stand   Iheir   business;   the  double I Jire.nl. sizes ai to 41,' each al uOc. w . ... ..   ,u  ',���������...,.       __   ,- ,. , , . ������ former  nro not.    Somo   ot   the  mine  Mens  I'mt'  Merino   underwear, shirts aiid drawers, 55 ���������..'.,.��������� 1    ���������  silk faced, pearl buttons,  ove.loeke.l seams. French ������ ownerssay that, tneir work is  costing  neck, light summer weights, all sizes, each nl-       "���������" ��������� ti-"" ���������~>~   ;aitc|i||liill  PA  Gloves a"o  ^ii-wKrinimnjfitc  Were $1.50 and $1.65.  I G*feSlhKif).IOTC?'PB11 ivi.ent Thumb  '? IrwInSl    P ��������� V     "l hl iiml ���������'l^uoceanil comfort.  -fnV&ri i^'^   r".^on.,|-t'l,.aD(,11;c  SSl.oO and ijil.GS. this  ���������;: $1.25.  fasteneis, sizes 51 to74-, re<!  week's price....'   Summer DresJH-.annds  and Silks ���������-_-___^tSK=K^  There is -t fascination for every lady in (he be-intv  and  ow prices of these dainty 'sumL -  Drjss G,   ds  I 1 r.e"1 V*M"*S"* ('F ������- ������ in the increasing vol, me  ot sales. Commencing'on Monday n.oinii,." w_  will uniuguiaie a tremendous sale of Si.mnie ��������� i?oveN  ties at uiiiiialchiible prices.    ��������� '������miu noiei  260 yds.' of Veiling's  ' uie^So^^liiJcfk,^^^ X\^rr.r??s������  $2. for a Ladies' 62.75  TTrnbr fill a L__^  Ladies'21 inch Umbrella filled with  paragon  frame's,   I  _n.'ttui'iiLwood and-ai'g.lod-varietv-or-fsiiicv'-liandles���������<  regular price ,$2.75, special  * ������>.. q j    '  theni 25 per cent more than it would  if they were allowed to ileal direct  with union men.- Otlietss.-iy they ate  standing in wilh the Mine Owners'  Protective Associ.tlion for. apoearance  sake only: that while ihey proclaim  they are only paying ij'3 a day, lln-ir  payrolls show that tliey have been  been paying $3.50 a day. Tt.is impossible to'get skilled- miners for the ?3  wage.���������Nelson Tribune.  If You Can't  Call on Us  we will call on you���������just let  us hear from you. Our **d-  vertisements are plain facts  plainly stated. We invite  investigation of them in  sny manner.  | China Matting-  ��������������� These Mailings make :l comfortable and healthful  2 loo,- covering. The Big Store is -showing a"oeciay  |  large assort ment of China and Japan Mauim-s V  2  5 pieces China Mull ing, in excellent  patterns^     "25c-  mXspeci!;. p^IaUi"* ^ ^y ������>"���������������" ">���������-������������������������ that.  1  6c.  Ladies5 PuS Ties  3 Dozen L-idies' Satin Puff Ties, in "Blue. Cream and  "T-'"fl V, Ih.eseJj������*s are niade ,from a fine quilitv of  satin.     Regular ioc. and Soc, on sale at ; 50e.  | Hosiery for Monday  't Almost   timo  you'd   think   lo  stop ourjtulk  about  ��������� Hosiery.     Can't help it. so long as we have the good  ~ values and you are interested enough  to come lifter  : them.     There should ilea brisk demand for these at  ��������� this special sale.  Misses, and Boys' Ribbed Fino Black Cotton Hose,  warranted fast black, duudle sole.heel and toe, sizes  5 to 8A. regular pi-ice 45 cents a pair, this sale.... .25c.  Ladies' Extra' Fine Black Cotton Hose, Hermsdorf  Dye, hiL;li   spliced ankle, double sole, full fashioned,  all sizes,  very special at _ 15c.  Ladies'   Plain   Black ;. Cash more, ^seamless  foot, full  fashioned, high spliced ankle,  extra fine soft finish,  ?sii|table weight for .warm weather,'.tegular price 50  cents  per pair, special 2.������  Men's   Silk and Satin f  Ties at 25 cents  5 Dozen Gents'Silk and Satin Neckwear in stripes,  diet 1,-u and fancy palteins. made up in four and hand,  strings, bands, bows and knots, all silk lined and  well finished. These are odd lines, we are selling  them now at50c, and 75c. to  clear at.....:......25.  The Queens Hotel.  An institution  only recently established in this town, which has already  made   u   favorable    name   for   itseir  among   the  travelling  public,   is  the  Queens hotel, on  Second street,  east.  Tliis hotel, wliich is the old Rhodesia  restaurant     refitted^    improved    and  added to,  has under   its  proprietors,  Messrs.    Robinson   &   McSorley,    assumed all theiiDpearance of_n_couiforl-  "alile undfirst class house.     The dining  room is a very handsome and spacious  apartment, while the whole house has  an ait of comfort not to be surpassed.  Alfred S. Vye is the  presiding genius  of the  mixing department and as a  mixologist   he  cannot    be beat.   The  house is doing a big business and has  made a   start   under   auspices  wliich  will ensure its success.  Square Miners Employed at Silverton.  The reports eii dilated by the subsidized agenls of theMine Owners Association co the contrary, lhe fact still  remains that there are at present nioie  miners employed in the mines around  and about Silverton twice over, than  during the season last year. In fact  the demand for miners has been so  great that twice wilhin the last week  Sandon has been called upon to furnish miners to fill up the quota of men  wanted. Not only are all the Silvei ton  miners working, but they are receiving  the full union wage of ������3.50 per day.���������  Silvertotiian.  It Went Once, Butit Don't Go Nov/.  If. by moans, of false lights andlyinpr  signals, some  vessel  is .lured  on   the  rocks and wrecked,  the  wreckers are  hung if caught.      But. if by means of  false reports and lying despatches, the  transportation companies can dump a  crowd   of   men   on    some   bleak  and  frozen   shore,   where   starvation  and  death must be tho lot of many, are tbe  liars hung?   The  usual  season's crop  of lies of golden finds  in   the Arctics,  is  coining   up   in   the   Pacific   Coast  papers.   This year not  many  will   he  found to believe theni.���������Silvertoniati.  More Truth Than Poetry.  '���������Sir   Wilfrid   Laurier,   Premier of  Canada, says there are only two  ways  by   which     (he     Alaskan     boundary  troubles   may  bo settled���������arbitration  or war," remarks the Tacoma   Ledger.  -Sir Wilfrid should be careful how he  talks of war, or this country will order  out tho police and  run in   fhe whole  Canadian   crowd."   Tho������ Lodger's   attempt at humor is weak.     That police  force might better he employed in  the  Philippines.���������Victoria Colonist.  Men's $12 and $15  Suits at $10.  25 only���������Men's Fine Imported Tweed Soils, single  breasted s_cque, warr.-intoed fast, colors, line f.-nmers  satin linings, perfect in (it and finish, while they last  at  only S10.  Boys' $2. 2-piece Suits  Out down to 81.25  15 onlv���������Bovs' 2-piece Suits, in tweed and well made,  regular $2.00, while they last, $1.25.  l<^������������**������s**������^^ -^""Kr^^^^  Porcupine Group.  The Porcupine group of seven claims  is located on  Quartz creek,  11   miles  south of Beaver Mouth, and  in owned  hy Sam Vuill,   W. J. Lappan,  W.lter  Scott. Robt. Wisl.od .���������mil Clius. Baines.  There is   a   trail   to   the group  from  Donald.    Tt is a copper-gold   proposition and; development consists of an  open cut -10 feet long an.l 11 feet. deep,  which Iris cut a vein  of from '}   io   l  feel, of copper   ore.    Seven   men   are  now at work and it is the ..intention to  corn.lionet! iiiinjng a tunnel .'ind  go on  with llio operations all winter. Asi.iys  from the Porcupine claim,, the. ono. of  which all   the  development has been  done,were made by Perry Leake last  fall and went from A to 3J  oz.  in gold  and from 11 to 20J- per cent, in copper.  J-argest_Di.vi.dend payers Biggest Kickers  The mine owners of this section say  that they will'not he "forced." They  are not being forced ! They shut down  their mines of their own accord ! This  was not force ! Thoy keep them closed  ��������� of their' own accord again. They  can open theni when they wish, provided, of course, that I hey pay living  wages. No force is necessary, unless  the stockholders deeni fit to u*~e it on  their managers.���������Silverton ian.  Se.Tilin's Men are Sorry, But Joe's Work  is Too Coarse for Them, and He Cannot  Play   in   Their   Eack   Yard   Ar.y  More.���������W.   3.  Mcl.ir.es,    M. P.   for  Nanaimo, His Probable Successor.  Yjctohm.   July   '20.���������The expected  happened at the caucus of.the govern-'  ment  supporters   here  this evening,  und   although   those     in   attendance"  refuse to give out any  information   it'  is generally understood  that  the decision was reached by the members? nf  the partv to support premier Semlin'  and     drop   attorney-general    Martin  with as little  noise as  possible.    It is'  not thought there will be any  general  rearrangement cf   the   portfolios.    A  new man will have to  be  taken  in   as'  attorney-general," but who he  will   he ���������-  cannot be learned to-night.   The cau-"  cus was well all ended.  Tiie Nelson Tribune's Victoria cot-re-,  spondent says:     The caucus lasted till'  midnight and nil the members declared'  that they had  been  sworn to secrecy  and could not divulge what happened,  lt did not take 'in expert mind reader,"-  hewevor. to find that as a result of tlie  caucus Premie'- Semlin   is   a  happier  looking man   than   he   has   been  for  weeks,  while Minister Cotton  and "a  group of liis friends  are  chatting to-#  gether at the New England   hotel as if  trouble was unknown. .   ���������  It is safe to say that the raucus de-"  cided that Martin must go, and that to'  make his ,exit easier no announcement'  willjie made, at least until after the"'  lieutenant-governor's return from'  Atlin.  ���������'   " Some people have found that they _  have    been    too    hasty   in , making"  uinonncements" was Premier Semlin's.  significant remark tonight.  " The Colonist's account is as follows :"  The members" of   the, legislative  assembly, who iit the  last session supported the Semlin-Martin government,*   .  met last  even inc.   at _ the parliament'  buildings to decide which   of- the two*  gentlemen after whom the government'  was named,  they shotiM  continue to"  support.      There.-  were     bnt     three"  absentees.  Mr.  Hegelson   of Cariboo,  wbo   is   at   piesent   in    Atlin; Major"  Gen.   Kinchant,   the    other7' member?  for Cariboo, and Mr.  Kellie of North";  W("=t   Kootenay.     The   meeting was"  called for-8:30 and lasted  for close  on  four    horn's.      Those     present   were"  pledged1 to secrecy and  refused  abso-'  lutely to   divnltre the   nature- of the"  proceedings on the result. *  However, it. is thp generally accepted  opinion   of   the    well-informed     that,  attorney-seneral Martin  was  "turned  down."   The nienibers were sorry, but'    *  couid not,  in  view  of   the  facts pre-"  sented, continue to support him'.  Premier    Semlin    in    conversation  said:    '-Some people found out tonight?  that it does not pay io be  too hasty.'  The various niemheresupportincr thfi_  government residing on  this side of  the    Gulf   went  down   hy   boat  this.  afternoon f_o_atten*d_-the~lpngHookC'(lJ^-",^*������a*  for meeting of that body at  the  Cap!-"  .  '"'     The fbllowinc" foreshadows some'  tal.  Wil-  Brass Memorial Tablet.  A very handsome brass tablet in  memory of the late Rev. F.A.Ford  has been placed in the chancel of St.  Peter's church. The inscription reads  as follows: In loving memory of  Frank Alfred Ford, Priest, First Vicar  of St. Peter's, Revelstoke, 1897-09,  faithful in his ministrations and zealous in his care for souls, to whom the  call of God catr.e suddenly through an  accident at Albert Canyon, January  27, 1899. at the age of Ml years. This  tablet is erected by members of the  church and fellow" townsmen, who  lament their loss at his early removal  from the church on earth. God's will  be done.   May he l-est in-peace.  They Are V/ell Satisfied.  Messrs. French.   G. W. Beach  cox. Rumens and  Skea.   returned  on  Wednesday   from    Standard    Basin.  The shaft on the Standard was emptied  of the   surface   water   and' inspected  belore   the     party    leturned     While  they were at the  basin  a  party  prospecting   the  gioup  for the  company '  discovered iniol her ledge '���������%) feet wide  of fine looking stuff.  'Tis. a'Credit "to-North Kootenay.  Kvery mine or property under development in Noi th Kootenay is paying the "scale,"'."53.50 for eight hours,  XV, B. Poo], of the Great Western  Mines, says their company p.-tid the  S3.50 scale even before the eignt-hoti.  law.was ctifsi-c-cd.  The Big* Bend Awaiting Transportation.  M. Buchanan, of Carnes Creek Cross-  was in town oil Thursday., He says  the Carnes Creek Consolidated has let  a contract for another 100 feet of  tunnel and that there is very little  else new in the Big Bend country,  which is practically dead this summer.  Farquhar's Body Still Unfour.d.  Up to the time of publication the  body of Mr. Farquhar: had not been  found and if, as is conjectured, it is  pinned down by willows at the bottom  of the creek, it is improbable that it  will be found at Sill' until the water-  subsides.-  of the positions that may be occupied  when  Greek  meets  Greek:    A   deputation of  nine,   chiefly   citizens who'  were   on     Mr.   Tisdall's    pre-election'  committee,   called upon  that gentle-'  man and asked him where he stood in'  the present political  crisis."   Mr.  Tis-  dall said:    " Politically  I  would  sup'-"  port   Mr.   Martin   rarher    (ban    Mr.  Cotton, but. will not support Mr. Martin.!  for Premier or  Attoriiey-Goiieral .of  the present government."   ilr. Kidd  savs he will reserve the decision  until  the caucus meeting,  ns he wishes ti'  hear ilr. Cotton's explanation  of  his'  ~~r������nd on the J)endtnan*s  Island  anil  other issuer.���������Vatic-iiiver World.  The latest intelligence is that Martin  has resigned both  his seat  and   por!-".  folio  in  Vancouver.    W.   \V.''.B.' McInnes, son of Lieut.-Governor Mcfniies,"  is said to be his probable successor, as"  Attorney-General  . Martin  . had    siic  fcillnwei-s atfirst.including Macpherson'  of   Vancouver,   hut   being  canvassed  one by one. thpy  agreed   that  while"  sympathizing with Martin, thev rn.iM_  ildC-support him to  the, overthrow of  the"'government.   -  Martin   took   his  defeat calmly enough, but declared his*  intention of fighting the question out."  The meeting was a quiet one  without  altercations or heated arguments.  Ask a Policeman."  Sin:    Who would   be   held  respon-"  sible for damages to wagons,  horses,"  or loss of life by the dangerbus'crossing  of Victoria road and Smelter; switch?  Several wagons have been' stuck and _  broken at this point while trying to"  take a load from my lumber yards.  .   R. Tapping.  Revelstoke. July 27, 1803.  " Are Your Paris  Ore Specimens In?  ..Specimens   for  exhibition    at    the*  Paris Exposition  next ypar have to'  lie in Victoria by August loth.     They  must not be more than  nine or  Iesi'*  ������han sis Inches'in diameter.- Revelstoke   Herald  Published ln interests o  E������Ttl������-o)ie.    Lardc.-ii, Bis: Bond. Trout Ii .lid  IlltclUctrnct, Albart Canyon, Jordun  !-___ &ud K&kio i'i." l->tairiutd.  JOHNSON  Propplotor  \ _������._iii-W>ckl*r Journal, publlahod ln tho  liiiorcn" cf Krieii-uiKu una tn������ eurroundinu  p������in--l We*iiw.������j������ Aim Mili.raiija, muting  :lo������-������l ���������oni.rcildim ^ilh ������ll i.mi_������.  .ijTi_rtIi_-tf Katc������: l-':-l'l*y ade. ������l.a> per  ������.tii.,..i.i������-.������.i')iiTiu(hwlKnliKrrtii(lciiiime  twee. I>rt*'. ���������������>������. l'-o V r tuor.iian.-il) line lor  ir.i i<'������orll-_ *, V for nrli ad(!ituT.���������lu.8ortlou.  K'eadl-E r.otloM, ISc per line i-.vjn w������\i������. -"On,  >1_t_i_k������*������- ))*������* nuii"'. ?'������������������������ -.,���������.  ������_bMrl������-<������ lliai: Br mi*-'-' "r "",*,������**  wr**n_t._i:  ���������!.-<* 't tii uiomlii. au-lcily in  M*.';'"VJ--*.   Ur__rt-ur.t:'     .UK   H_n_M" J������h  i^iK,r������.j..ut i. on. or  tii.   w������t   "-���������;"1I|P",  uri.UBS ������.ao������i in Wtsi Kootennr. f������d .U pre-  K������rl5 execute .11 Una. of Vilntl?K *������ fl���������*  a_*. sivie .-. hount prlocs. Onu price to all.  No Jobioo l*rw���������������none loo small���������torn., ilftll  orSi?������ prowptiy autndud to.   Ulve u. a trial  ��������� S^^fe: *'��������� " co������*e8poDd.  tt(*������������������T������i!njectofini������rwt -,o tb. >;cncral  ,fc JJ deilr* a rcliab. mgulitr corres-  cor A������it ia erecr locidi1 surrounding  SSVltewha IJ alii��������� the bona _d������.nam.  a' the writ������r mni-.iweompany inaaiiBcrlpt.but  i oi nwem-a-ilr tm pubilCKtioa.  _ddrew all Mmmunloatlon.  REVELSTOKE HERALD  HOTICE T6 CORRESPOHDEHTS-  I     XV. i .p-ir.-cnrs    innii    l)f  .'tr.tei.nn   a   -idc of lhe papor nnl>.  -    _������rrt������_ : id.iice      rontjiMnit  5;,,^'.'   bos-.sr.ed  YTiih li.e pr |..r namo  :-'.**. eriwM.onilencc   with   rufcrcnr ������  ll.l-K  thi:   h������f _ai>pc������r.d   m   at.-'.lici  r-i,������t f.rfi be  . p.r t- lore  nff.-feo fi-.r p .li'.i.-.i'  I. ai. Mpci-r in 'll'  li.jobly  pergonal  U)   any  r   p-'nr  to ihu  11 noi I'.  GREETINGS   TO   CANADA  .las. G. Cibbs, of Norwalk, Ohio, rend  f-o following at Winnipeg as a greeting to Canada from the National Kdi-  lorial   Association:  We have come io thc-  norlh.  to  this  faraway land.  To  the   land   of    our  brothers    hy  blood,  frith its forests, its rivers, its nioun-  tains so grand  its people   so handsome    and  lood.  THE CLEVELAND STRIKE  Conductors     Retaliate     by   Shooting  Their  Assailants.  Cleveland. .Hily 25.*���������'I'ho city this  morning looked as if it had been  through n siege. Rubbish littered ..io  streets where the rioters had slopped  the street eirs and piled obstructions  over the tracks. Mike Carnzwclt, a  rioter, was shot, dead by Conductor  Ralph H. llowley yesterday al'lenioon  in a riot in Orange street. The conductor was chased hy a mob and he  ���������a ould havo been murdered had he  been caught. This is the llrst death  ns a result ol the strike. Tho conductor ran Into the arms of the police-,  and was taken to the station charged  wilh murder. This attornoon a con  ducior chased three boys who were  stoning his car and ho had a revolver  m each hand. lie fired and just  missed thc boy nnd grazed a laborer.  Tho mob charged him but he-escaped.  More troops will have "to. he called  oul.  YOL.NG  LADY FRIGHTENED TO  DEATH  Ana  Fnr   and   long   have   we   travelled   by  night and by day,  On river, oa ocean, hy rail; ���������  Through  canyons  stupendous      wo vo  taken our way,  Where   scarce   was   there   room   for  the irall.  Woi-lstock. .I"ly -0-���������Miss .lauo  Crier, aged '21 years, daughter of Mi-.  Crier, ot' the seventh concession, East  Oxford. died yesterday iiftornooi..  Miss Crier went lo stay with a friend  of hero at Duinfreys enjoying 'he best  of health. One. evening on returning  ,*,i the usual hour, as it was not vet .  dark. Miss Crier did not lake a light  to hor room, lhe apartment onl> being  lighted by the expiring twilight, and  ih.: objects therein were not plain!"  discernible. The young lady removed her apparel and proceeded io  get into bed, but as she reached out  her hand to turn down the bed clothes  it. came in contact with a faco. With  a piercing shriek Miss Crier fell back  insensible. Her cry startled the inmates oC the house, who rushed to  her room lo Hud her in a swoon frqni  whicli she only partially recovered.  Ii appears lhat she had,previously occupied the spare room by herself and  nn the night referred to a. neighbors'  child, who was stopping at the house,  was put into her bed unknown to hor.  Miss Gricr never recovered from  shock.  TRAYELLING CABIN OF MD'DYj^  JIV  I'A  Hi  si ior; r.  Thnt  and as  Keo  such  was  ,was,  a  of  Heathen  course,  Chinee,  peculiar.  Incidentally-lie was the best cook bc-  t.ompt.  "I s'posed everybody know'd tjuit  thoy went down on tho ovoniu' stago  in response to an urgent word from  Mrs. Bob's mother to bring tho old  gentleman an' spend tho honeymoon  at their homo."  1 did not explain, for an explanation  was     unnecessary. The     heathen  Chineo is peculiar, and That Kce's  That sudden disappearance caused only  passing comment.  INDIVIDUALITIES  visited   his   shanty,   trussed   him   up  ally  in   his  blankets,  and  then hy  ays   sundry   and   various,   tried   to  make him  lell where his wealth war  plauted.    Bein'    an     obstinate    Mongolian,   That  Keo  wouldn't sabo,    so  j the  vistor.   gotln'  tired   of pcrsuaclin'  iramshacklod   that  shanty  like an in-  jquiriu' earthquake, hut he didnf get  imuch dust.   Then, promisln' That Kee  ihe'd call again, he made tracks  I Kee   gets   his   voice   loose,   an'     the  iween Sonora and Yuba  Dam.. Wheu'neighbors, de.sirin' to sleep, war forc-  ilrst knew him, his timid jump ahoutle,i  to  come  over an' soo  what    war  ways  impressed mo with his likeness jailin'.    That   Kee' warn't  much  hurt  to   a  kangaroo���������before  the   acquaint-j but   terribly   scairt.     Ho's   pceooliar, j ______  since was abruptly broken off I dqckl-| just like the rest; when ,wo asks him I Sievkin, the Dutch planlBt who was  ed lie more nearly resembled a gonl-jif he suspicins anybody, he just 'imprisoned for a while in Austria last  la. Bobby Wilson saw him in neither .shakes his pig tail an' says, 'No.saho.' summer for disrespect to a religious  oue nor the other; but then, at that I Guess he ain't got any confidence procession, is reported to have eloped  time.    Bobby was a forlorn castaway, , lu   his ability  to secure  revngc  with ,-vvith the daughter of a Vienna hotel  i keeper.  Miss Dorothy had presented  Bobby      'ino   report  that  Osborne   Dcignan  with  a  vory   fine -handkerchief,   with of 'Iowa, one of Hobson's companions  i the ,011 the Merrimac. has been compelled  noun 'mat Keo round j*ov want of funds to give up the pro-.-  on the floor of his cabin the morning Ijoct of entering the Naval academy  after the robbery. Thereupon he sat iis denied at Des Moines, where it is  down nnd reasoned in his peculiar ,���������aid he is about to enter the propar-  Chincse-.fashion. Wilson was to ��������� be hitory school at Annapolis, and that  married that very day; the Good !tho people of Iowa will see that he  Hope Mining company wns:-temporal'- .will not fail to become a cadet for  iiy embarrassed and had not paid its iiaclc of funds  employer   for  some      time.       Wilson |    Dr.   Doyen,'a  French   surgeon,   has  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  ���������corner.  ���������V  Tlli;  Ruddy Gulch n desert island, and the  his   tongue.'  ono sail  of salvation in sight a girl.  Wilson was the mining engineer in  charge of the Good Hope Mine.which his initials carefully  was capitalized with great expocta- '  tions. Tlie mine hus joined other  great expectations, and, what is of  more .importance, the great lmbor  iliune" that was on the other side of  the canyon is also gone.  It was a wonderful flume. Ono  would lie awake at night and listen,  fascinated,   to  the  caged   waters   that  particular   importance���������therefore,   he  went booming down the gulch in its  rough, plank prison. lt. would go  rumbling   along   on   straight   courses  and protest In n higher, noisier key aroscciii-etully put away the bit of silk  nt the turnings or the canyon. Thero -.ami went out. I afterwards reincm-  ii-, no Hump like it now in California | bored that l mot him on tlio way up  in size, though there is one down thoilhc gulch that morning, and wondor-  vallcv that rivals it in length. Il j(!(1 'ow I could linve boon so falhi-  "broail   enough   anil   deep   enough jolously fanciful as to compare lilm lo  needed   the  money, doubtless,  and  to \-xhihited^o"\iumcroiis"|iliysieiaiis and  rob  a Chinaman   was n  crime   of  in 'students  at the  Kiel  university cine-  IMPERIAL   B-W  t  was  matograph pictures showing various  ^urgicul operations. Dr. Doyden advocates the use of such pictures for  the cducaton ot students, sayng that  they are far more instructive than the  most elaborate written descriptions.  Thc spectators were enthusiastic over  accuracy   of   the   re-  tNCORPORATED 16TO.  Speeial in  had ies'  Blouses  If'CANADA  Htoad OfTtee, Toronto  Paid Up''Capital S2IB00,QQF'  S;sset*v������     -'-������������������-    -    1,300,061*  Direotora:  H. .S.  Howland    President  I'.U.M'ori'itt, Vice Pres., (St.Cathiu  William'Ramsay, Robert JaiYiuy,  Hugh Ryan,   T.   Sutherland  Stivyiier  Eiias Rogers.  D. R. Wilkin, General Manager.  Brartoheei  North Wes<; and British Columbia  VoUCOUVOI  Winnipeg  Bavelstokt  St. Thomas  Toronto  Welland  Woodstock  Hamilton  to  float,  the sequoia,  lhat  ever  picket! |a   kangaroo,   when   obviously   il.   was |thc   marvellous  ils   wav   us  among  the   clouds.    Th.*   a gorilla I should hnve had  in mind,   presentations  cabins of  Ruddy Ciileh  for lhe  most'.'mo   wedding   wns   very   successful.      Commenting   upon      recent   reports  part  clustered   underneath   the   pines P "e two most popular  people in any  u,;lL quco���������   , .ctoria was about to un-  on  the  hillside  just  above  the  flume, ;canip cannot get ninrneu und iho re- 'dcrgo   nn   operation  at  the  hands  of  1110  Br  EUROPEAN CROP PROSPECTS  the  side  of  vast    peaks    without  number  we've come.  Whose heads,   crowned    wilh    glistening snow.  Lifted    proudly aloft, piercing    heaven's high dome  . Seemed to beckon us  from  relow.  And  we've climbed    up    the    height,  beckoned on by the sight,  Tii!    we've   stood   where   the-.gi't".'  Glacier lay,���������  A giant of ice, born of zero anti night.  Yet reflecting the azure of day.  )  Oh. the "Land of the North." land ol  wonders indeed, "'  With its onrushing rivers so wild,  As they dash    o'er    the rocks    at   a  "Kicking Horse" speed���������  Vet    anon   they   are    purlins    and  mild.  Wilh iis prairies so vast, reaching ont  to the verge  Of the inmost our eye  How  the  green   billows  ���������    ocean  ihey surge  What    a    picture    of  srace.  London, July 25.���������Wheat authorities expect a heavy harvest here and  that it will be almost us ."ood as that  rit" last year. Holders retrain from  idling, however, siuce owing to the  failure of crops in those countries,  i.o reports are expected from Rou-  mania and Bulgaria. The small  available uusian supplies are too dear  lo   export.  sn   that   every   night   il   sung   us   our  ~.osper  hymn.  Ruddy Gulch was plcturosiri \ it :i  irillo lilted in Us ways. II wns just  ali. ve inspiration Point, whic;. was.  llie thin edego of tho wedge that sopar  ale I Ue gulch from Oau ("*...��������� i.mui.  I i. ii', oi' * I.o toil ot* the l-o:r.i :i jti'.lt  pin. k'y fallen, parallel to t! . Hume  its scarred grey trunk stretciung out  cv-'i- ihu tip of the Point. _." yi u  w',������������������-��������� , _i tiircsome you er:v.> l-'.-l i.n  upon it and wore rewarded wi'.i iho  linesi view in the canyon. Pinr-ci."-  od hills shouldered onc another no.'.-i  to the broad plains of ihe valle-:  solemn white mountains looked o\  the hills across the gluch.-and  tho   beckoning  wnler      in   th  flume van swiftly by.  your cyos after lookin  and  crawfished  to   terra  firina.  Miss Dorothy West came up to Ruddy Gulch wilh her father for the benefit of what was left of his health,  'ine  camp  at  once   fell   in  love  with Iforec-isTe'rs   "'"    "'"'" ,n*l>'i    Tho  *-"-��������� Inight, and  suit be otherwise. .Mrs. Dorothy bud  in very line collection of nuggets in  Jtho forms of various souvenirs, and  the boys bought Hobby a watch, on  which tbey lavished ul lhe. wealth n  jeweller could crowd lino onc watch���������  and tho jeweller was an expert in thnt  line.  We came   down   togothcr   from   lho  little  burch   in   tlie. upper end  of the  gulch and  wo stood  below the flume,  and   Bobby   fondly   pointed   up  at  hi1*  homo on  the Point,    lie hud   worked  hard  to make  the  cabin and  its surroundings   ntrruclivo.   and    his   pride  was to be excused.  Low,  with a broad  J. I porch, and numerous square  windows,  belo.v ill,c  redwood   logs carefuly  hewn,   the  gre:il , whole almost covered with   vines, and  You closed ,n blooming rose fence about It. the  it the water !nouse wns ''oautiftil. Hobby pointed  jut tho house but his eyes were on  j Dorothy as he said:  i "There, sweetheart, is our home."  j    Which  merely  illustrates  that  a Gorman oculist for cataract, the  Rritish Medical Journal says: "Wc  hnve. the host authority for saying  .that the alarming paragraphs regnrdiug the queen's eyesight which have  appeared lately are erroneous and  ;misleading. For n. considerable time  ;her majesty's eyesight, has been to  (some exlont imparled owing to  ^changes incidental to advanced years.  ;But we arc in a position to say that  ' the deterioration has ceased to be  j pvogrcssivc,   and     that   the   queen's  eyesight    has    in     no    way   become  'worse,  during tho last   few  years."  !    Palmcro has  not   yet   got' over the  ,Dnc   d'Orlcaus   dinner  costume.    The  I French   pretender   'presented   himself  at n, dinner party given by an Italian  .duchess mere in white knee breeches,  .white silk stockings, white waislctal,  .velvet smoking jacket with the orders  or the  Golden   fleece and  of Charles  .the. Fifth on his breast, and in shoes  min- .with  diamond "     " " ""    '  can embrace,  roll,   like  the  beamy    and  So  we've come  to  your  land  and   its  tvonders we've seen  With  its glories    revealed    to    our  eye,  While a sunburst from heaven illumed  with its sheen  The  fair oicuire  we'll   keep  till  wo  die.  Bui dearest of all    on our    memory a  wall.  And  enshrined in tho depth of our  heart  Are the pictures and thoughts of tho  friends, one ana a'i.  We  have  met.  must  part.  but  trom  whom  r'or like "ships in the night" as they  sail  on their way  Our greetings mean more than the*'  ten.  Ann our sighs show the sorrows that  grieve us today  That we must so soon say farewell.  A  SYMPOSIUM   OF   GOSSIPS  Ic   some such  world   it is  pleasant  to fancy a gathering of gosips. They  "__ight~ meet-a.t~tl_e'���������Mermaid ~Tavern-  ���������surely there will be one; a kind of  Mermaid. Forty Immortals and John-  ion's   club  rolled    iu    one.      Doctor  ��������� Johnson -icouid preside: for the doctor loved presiding, and without, hi-a  "there wouid lack Boswell, an indis-  pensabiliiy ar. a symposium, of gossips. What if "Walpole did once allude to thc-m as "a mountehank and  his ran-." A hundred years" -contem  l.lation of posterity undoubtedly  r.hastecs any ghost, and Walpole had  ro foolish croichets about conslst-  ��������� aey. ������ Yet they would harmonize,  and Walpolo should uphold the doc-  'or's rizht with Boswell on the left;  and at Walpole's richt would sit Cellini, for he liked him. Plutarch.. Hero-  .1otus. and Vasaria would h" thero:  tliey would prove cong'-nial; and Fro-  Sssarc. Philip de Comrainos. Saint  Simon. Bassompierre���������all the gossips worthy of the title. W"re It  "adic-s" night one might meet Lady  Mary Montague, or Mme. Roland, oi  Meme. Sevlgne. Then, when the un-  ���������-aien fragments .of ambrosia hod  i.e-en removed and the nectar begun  io flow. Boswell might ask al! the  leading questions that he chose,  I'epyg boast of hU speech, at ihe bar  of tin hous������ of commons, Saint Simon  tell of Louis Quartorze. Walpole repeat George Selwyn's god things or  his own. Bas3bmplerre = vilify Rlche-  Veu, or C*llinl brag how be killed the  Constable or Franc.. There should  liv talk, good talk, and the very,  of gossip.���������From A Gossip on  its Self Culture Ior July.  cream  Co-ilp,  LATEST   FROM   OTTAWA  of  -Vrwogntlon Kot Y'et in Sight .���������  Oensert-ativ* Caucus  CEt*wa.-,-i .July 25.-���������Tha bouse  remans spent'all yesterday aiterBfeon  oa the vote of 520,000 for WnstraJlon  nations for. farmere. ��������� Finally tbe  It.ins stood and th������ apricultural es-  t!n"tat*s went ahead.".  Prorogation is looked forward to  but no date has been ae yet fixed  and the members have given up all  hopes of getting away for weeks.  A Concervative caucus is called for  *W������dnesday to consider the party ac-  Uga oa the prMleges and ejections  uomtaittee report and other business.  FTKr.   DAMP   EXPLOSION  Pittsburg, July 25.���������There was an  explosion of gas fire damp about 7  o'clock this morning in the mine of  the xtedstonc Oil & Gas company at  Grindstone, near Brawnsville on the  Monongticlia river. 'iuo :_.ce was  so great that eight men who were  just ascoding the shaft were knock ���������  ed down and bruised badly, but all  escaped. One hoy came out with a  1 ad cut on his ribs but he went back  refusing to go home until his father  and brother could be got out.  her.  have  wild  doub  ,,,_   ���������������������������;���������_, ,.,. ,.  , ,   buckles.    He explained  mg   cngmeei-   arc   no   moro   reliable |Uint it  was   the way  he  dressed   for  for   thou-h   Rurldv   Gulch   nnv 5"-ri l"   "'crullei'   l>i'������P'>eis.     .dinner  nt home.  been  a "Ft la  uncouth and  a Wl   rteht������ "nd^Tlm   Kee 'slS'U"^ !    ^'"J1���������1 0l' th������ FlGel Si'' Hn������->' Kc"  in  its  way.  thee was  never any   ^hLa nd t   Kee,  s     ping  unoli- ,pe|.   the   father   of   thc   British   navy.  as  to   iis   abilitv   to  recogniz-   V-n*   ,      ���������sloout   l   "   wolk?'   lliUl   no 'celebrated   his   UOth  ns ,\ .   "���������������   ,.''"������������������.    L"   lt(-������b"'i- idilhculty   in- securing  a  co      of  large'  those  qualities  which  m  a mau pro-1 x bf  duce a  desire  to     shake  hands    and }OIwlod   U]ul01.   u,0   ��������� ,   t��������� d |  in a woman, added to the beauty and j       u     hill<:i(lr,  liulil   , .'ached   In-  freshness   of   youth    make   adoration   Lplratio.   point.    I    ave no To,hi It  conmiendabe      So   Huddy   Gulch   fe     um  Jf   L         ,,   , , h,  in love with Miss Dorothy, as it w|th his lilgh cheek bones, bis spaPBe  should have done, but Bobby more ��������� d hi *.,d rinnin mouU ' ,  than all the others. How desperate us iBqulndns eyes. U.e resemblance to  case was may he unagmed from the a gorllla W0Illd have becn lnorc mark.  fact ihat, though ho was in a region led t]uln ever  where Judge. Lynch   interpreted cmo- i     ...,',      ,'  , ,   -   , ., .  '    Atter  he  had  rested  awhilo beside  HORRIBLE  STORY OF SUFFERING  Vancouver, B. C, July '2H.���������F. W.  Petrie, a French Canadian arrived  here yesterday en the steamer Rosalie,  after having spent. 1". months on the  Stikine trail to the Klondike, and is  a complete physical wreck. Petri.*'-  and another Frenchman travelled S'1  miles along.lhe Teslin river. 'Iney  found some very rich diggings on lln  banks of a tributary ot the Stikine.  Petrie says, but scarcely had' ihey  starlcd to dig out tlieir fortunes when  he wus attacked with scurvy air!  violent vomiting. He had made the  awful discovery that all around him  men were dying like rotten sheep and  their bodies hnd boon thrown into the  water, which was almost stagnant nl  the timo. This water wns drunk b"*  the miners, and tainted wilh humai.  bodies as it was, brought on a fatal  malady. As thoy travelled along  they also saw animals lying dead nt  the*water's edge. There were but fe."'  burials and the vory air itself , wi.-.  tainted. His party crawled away  irom the slough of death nnd reaohivl  a mountain stream where lhey goi  pure water to drink. On iheir wr.y  out they came across a cabin with  three dead men iu it and weak as th^y  ���������wero-Hiipy���������managed���������to-glvo���������tliGm-���������;*-  grave near the pestilential pool whore  riioy died. On mooting son*.; nem-  bers i.i" the Mounted Poli'V' ii"*.-; we*,v  londei-lv cared for and nu -; ��������� 1 back  io a. condition enabling theni to ri.ic'i  their ������������������ ~mes. Thev say tliii th������ .',ig-  gings which thoy struck will Be tl'.e  riche~~r in ihe Klondike country, bin  that ai present the angel of death i..  guarding the yellow metal on ih-it rtc'i  reach of the Stikine river.  BIG   STRIKE   IN"   EAST   KOOTEXAY  What is  to be the  on earth  Kootenay.  claimed by the Golden Era  .greatest  mineral   discovery  has  boen    made   in   East  The   Era     gives   the   following  details:  "There is great, cx_lim.nl at Windermere over the Hod Line. The  lead is in sight on both sides of the  mountain and over the summit giving  a base of -l.'iOO feet in length tint! a  depth of 1300. Where the ledge has  been cut across it Is 2K feet in width.  With a width of 1<" f _ot of ore running HO. Mr. Mill ford. M. E., manager for Fraser & Chalmers, estimates that there is S320.000.b00 of ore  ln sight making it the biggest known  mine  in   the   world.  "Mr. Farrell, M. E., says that if  The ore carries only $2.-j In average  values It win he another Comsfoek.  Messrs Starhlrd, Collett & Robert -  son who aro pushing devolopmem* on  an extensive scale on tho Red Lino  group. This group cosists of three  claims, namely Iron Cap, Rod Line  No. I and Red Lino No. 2. This property has beon rebonded for $100.00  to Mr. Smlt for Hon. C. .A. Mackintosh. Several prominent mir,..rs have  ma.d������ an examination of the property  during the last three weeks and tip  express wonderment, st the size anrl  richness of the deposit. Assays made  by E. A. Haggen run as follows: Silver 620 ounces: copper fl.S p.c: value  $405.56: gold 1 oz. . sliver 705 oz:  silver 705 ozs; copper 0.2 p. c: vaino  $504.50.  "At the time ot writing there is  great Interest at Windermere as to  who will get the bond takon up as it  is supposed there was a loop "nolo in  Mr. Smith's bond and Mr. Mul ford  has been offered an advance for a  Xew York syndicate. The Red Line  is in the same mineral belt as the  Pretty Girl owned by the Xew Golden  British CoIfimMa.1'  tions and ihe'vigilance committee acted quickly, yet he sat up nights  and wroto abominable versos in her  praise. Even Tha ,Koe remarked the  far away look of '.bobby and informed his assistant at the cook house  that tho quality of the flap jacks, served at breakfast must improve or he  would high bind him. 'ine perplexed  assistant used more baking powder  ad stirred the batter with a larger  spoon, yci Bobby did not get out of  the clouds. It takes much baking  powder to affect a forlorn lover's appearance.  There was no doubt about the assay  of William George Johnston's character. He was of harfLmilling. rebellious ore, and if in all of it there was  ever a trace of precious metal, no  human tc;-: over discovered it. He  was big and ugly," inside and out.  Ho obtained work oji iihe Good Hope  as un export with "tho hammer and  drill and he used too much powder  and loo Utile muscle in his attempts  to make an mini ession. so.at Bobb.-*s  request the foreman paid him off one  evening and gently suggested that  he retire from his position as a silent ;-.iiiu_i iti the operation ot thfc  mir.e. "ne-*..i.so he. was not worth ii,r  powder he blew up. William George  thereupon proved that contra��������� to  general opinion he was good at one  thing at least���������his remarks were comprehensive, forcible and conclusive.  Then ho sought Wilson and found  him near his cabin above the (iume  cn iho slippery hillside.  . When I .was-last un-Ruddy Galea,  the  o'dfi;  unob-     _    ^.  birthday last  month. His son. Commander Colin  he iKoppol, who hns, boon promoted to  captain for his brilliant, services while  in command of the Mile gunboats  during the recent, campaign, is now by  several years tho youngest captain in  the navy; he is not yot !I7, and received his promotion over the heads of  1 AS other commanders, his seniors in  some cases by ninny eyars. Sir  Harry Keppel, in spite of the weight  of 00 years, is still in vigorous health  ___  tho big pine, he made the rope fast ]and the other day not onlv attended  about the butt end of it. Then,' cat- ;a review in company with the Prince  like, he glided up cautiously to \ol "Wales, with whom* he has lieen for  Bobby's cabin, and on hands and (many years on the closest terms of  knees, feeling his way, carefuly j intimacy, but was present tho same  circled it wilh the other end of the .evening at a. ball,  rope in his hand,  here fastening the I ���������   *   *  rope about the end of a log and there j Brigham Young Roberts ,of Utah,  squeezing it into some crevice. When jWho was elcte��������� ;l member of'tho 56t|  he had completed the circuit he !congress in November 1S9S, and about  knotted the rope securely. lhe tree -whose eiielbiity ror that place there  and the cabin were lastened together. ;has been some, discussion, appears to  He card a voice within as be fin- .i,e a. member of congress, and if he  shed, and ho crouched trembling iWB heen as business like . as most  besicie ihe corner of the porch. He othcr members elect, he has been  listened iniently-therci was nothing drawing liis salary since March -Hh, in-  more, fao ho crawled for a little way, ;ror about four * months. A copy of  and stopped and listened���������then crawl.--the "unofficial list" ot members of tlu-  ed a Utile way again. F nally, he !holl8e pubIIahoi, by tliTSeri of ho  rose to lus feet and ran bu'- not far. 55th congress, who makes up the roll  Stopping at the foot of a large treo, he !for the 56 congress has iust been i������-'  carefully dug about it for a minute, 'sued, and in that iist the name _r  and unearthed a package or giant Brigham Young Roberts appears alom*  powder. He returned io the fallen ,with sorao oth*r 352 others vacancies  pine. Then he hesitated for a tew fisting in five districts Wlfo,* coi ���������  moment tor his education ,n western :Kreas mcets. Robevts win , ������ ^ .  ways  had   not  included  a course      m  ber of.it:   at a��������� te   , m  .  explosives. The problem, however, [received pay for eight months at t'.������.  was a simple one, and presently he ,,-ate of 55,000 a vear. Roberts mav  squatted down at tho end of the 'not carC a great deal about the salarv  trunk,  where the great while      roots >���������he mav not evell h        la,       R.  The present season litis  proved ;i good one for Blouses  AVe luivo some choice ones  Joft, but. not all sizes.  To clear out the balance we  have reduced theni _!0 per  cent.  Commencing  July 22nd  pipst liot Cbntairis  2(5    only,   Navy   blue   print  blouses with white collars  lleguhu' ]_rice 75c I'or (?0e.  Second I_ot  5     only,    black   and    white  .   striped print blouses.  .10 only- white lawn  5 only, black sateen  .Regular price -151.00 now 80c.  Third-   Hot  6 only, white  lawn    blouses  fancy-tvieked  white . collars and culi's.    ..  "Regular price Jjil^f* now $1.  Fourtli Hot  5 only, F'ancv striped 'French  print blouses.  , '.Regular price, $1.50 for $.-120  Fifth Uot  10 only,   fancy  striped  pique  blouses.  11 only, colored pique blouses  Regular piice.!{5_!.00_or $1.(50.  Krandoii      Portage la  Calgary Prairie'  Kdmonton   Prince Albert  Strathcona Nelson, B.  ONTARIO.  Essex Niagara Falls  Fergus        Port Colborne  Gait Rat Portage  fncersoll    Sault St. Marie '  Listowoll    St, Catharines  Montroal, Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������Dopositfl  of !pl and upwards received and  interest allowed,  Debentures��������� Provincial, 'Municipal  and othor debentures pm dinned.  Drafts aud Letters of Credit���������Available n.l all ooints in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, united States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, Now  Zealand, etc    ,  Gold Purchased  This Bunk Issues Special Receipts  which will bo accounted roi" nt any of  thc Hudson'n Uny Co's. Posts ln the  Yukon imk northern districts.  A. It. B. HEARN,  Maimsor Rovolstoko Brar.uh  spread bonily outward, and dug his  mine. Then he lit the fuse and-retreated up the hill. On the whole. I  do not know that I would have cared  to see his smile at that time.  Tha.t afternoon immediately after  the wedding. I found it necessary to  go up tho mountain on business. I  was dowii in thc bottom of the gulch.  iv- hnrgf. -nirL-int*       .hie.  -         but  jtho fact that he is on the "unotliciai  ;list" clearly shows that' it is not. a  question of his admission, but of ; is  .expulsion, that is to confront the ii������k*  I congress.    .^rr��������� ���������.������������������e.���������^--^-.���������wa.Vj.sio.wly-.  way.   the  o.<-_���������.-_���������   snnamtar.-.   was  s'.ul   among the bouders in the dim moon-  declaring   ran;   ui.re   -.-.a;   never   an- , ii?ht. whcn R,]<itly Gulch was awaken  ed  other  such  entertainment  in  ramp  the fight thai followed,   not  ever,  cx-!j;i  cepting   th<   tirr."       when   the   circus I  came  u'p the road.    It w*ik noi  pessi- '  ble  to  gain  ;*_  detailed  account of the  event, for th'- spectators were loo  interested   I-*,   ink-j   no:<"-.   bui     i"n-*;|e  Ceoree Webb, who was a hull  whacker   for   the   (.imp.   succinctly   remarked   inat   "i*   war   a   contest   bet wen  thunder 'a   Slghrnin'-;   thnnil'-r  ma-i<.':i  awful jlot   of   noise,   but   iightniii*.   ho  did the work."  iLrj-Ggiii '"'a: over wh'*;i WiUor.  socr.rcd a :in.i fnolhoM. and, lifting  his tig an('igoni_:. tiTrew bim prettily  The. diffcrenl. government oflicinlo  ���������including "iho Mounted Police whose  :pay-has-been-in -arrears-���������-sincc'-M ay-  have been made happy by .the rccoiiit  of tlio full amount duo.  into   the   Hum  out  of   Willi,!,  bid   i.nough   ',:  ir.   ;���������������������������.��������� cold   v;,  Ino;.    Losir.i? h  a .quired cunning, niui settk  tb--   Red   Fir",   planned     ami  wh.;:t  cici!,!f  there  with  That   took   the   .'i_;_ir  fleorge;   a   hath   wri.--  .*iny   v.-ay.   but   a   bath  er   was   simply  sho-.-k-  prido. William Georire  down ar  plaiui" <!  wa "I  no f.-:  ie nir  ���������;i n::  er *4  O    Ut  exp'-ns  Ir. tho lacaritirr.'--- Hobby's iovo affa  approiichtil a climax. There wi-  !0bS poetry ^nd more visits to  caliiu up on rho ciest of the hill,  no longer cat out in- fronr ;oi  cab;;; in lbe i.v.ni.-m aTii1, gaz-.-d :.'-:,  si veiy at the .sky llii.*- .ibyv and tii  ar-.i.s'ie cottage, that bi'oKe it. Ion  walks up an.l down the gu.'.-h sticc'cd  -.ti tiiat uvoeuiion.    And notwith .tan-i  by the explosion.      We,  who were  the bottom of tho gulch at thar.  lime, some of the boys who lived  down thero and who ran out hastily,  and myself, saw a most curious  phenomenon.    .  First, wo saw in the uncertain  light, the' big pine thar had so long  reached out over th'- Point, shiver,  ih'.-ri rals^ ils?if slowly, and then un-  notlced, coir.e plunging down in the  darkness      toward      us.       Cnnoticed.   Thira St,  EaSt'Of   Schoolhouse  ������HJi RRY   EDWJJFID8  Taxidermist.  UI5I5II IIK.Mis.  lilllllS, AM.MAI.S,  BTf.  Preserved and inotinted.  above th>- i;  ro  stagger,  itself,  then  atllly down  fence, and  loward   u*  terror and  nevrtiieies-  ''- ll.luit  empty  been.       Tbo,  - sky   cam" u  I^k. leaping  ���������;",,. S"The   go:-I!i;  Ii,;Jtlvcly.  l\lil As. the -ocr.-.i' pine struck the flume  ... -and righted .'welf. with a roar -the  ��������� ������{"z.zer water -..jizc-d it a:*.*! ���������-.v-pl it  vj on ward. i>'.v.*.i tii" Jlume it went,  . land the log '-.tbin. like a chairir.-d oap-  . |live, follow-*(|. swaying, upsetting,  in? some row ~jar.gs of Jealou~;-y. the i'^Ping in tl." air, grovfriiing along the  whoio camp geaorously roioiced'whon {hliislde, bona ding over rocks,  it was rumor~d that "there would be Ao hour la'er, when I came up out  be p. wedding as soon as.-the old gent-;ofy the bmsli  where I  had  ben  fear  because   by   that  time  every  eye   was  ol.s������rvinir- iti"      curtou:,      antics       of  Bobby's  hi_.ii.-e        In   the   dim       light  in-   _f the Point it. was seen  t'-eri stemlngly  to      brtice  move slowly and      reluct-  'h'r hill, ''rushing the rose  liually  lo      leap      straight  I   heard   a  shrill   '-ry of  li.y  hettrt sank.      Amazed,  '.   I   continued   t'i  star'-  at  p;.-if-   wliei-c th<- house had  ���������i*' , r.utlin<vi-'    aginst      the  ni outlandish  figure,  (|;inc-  and   beating      its  breast.  '"   I   wh!sp-:r'-(l,   in.stinc-  Canadian  Pacific  Rai  av.  and Soo Line.  leman  was a littlo better.  That Kee wan reported to bn r.  capitalist. Hi- t.-ilary as ?_ conic was  according to liis inerirs. ar.d he wa:--  a thrifty Cek-uti.-il. The question nad  been argued .*.-ifb a ?reat. flow of  words and other thing*" at th" Red  Fire, and it had be=n definitely do-  c.idf-d that ho was .-> capitalist.. Perhaps William George bad pondered  ovr-.- the subject until ho felt n pro-j  prif-tary interest in That Keo's pos- j  sessions; certainly he was greatly ex- |  citrd whon Uncle odorge dropped in- j  tn tha Red Firo ono morning, calmly j  surveyed tlio company until a. respectful silence asemblcd itself, nnd then  announced:  "Reckon, gents, you haven't heard  as how tho Mongolian, That Kee, was  Eono through last night.    Eome chap  i fully examining the cabin's roof, I m������t  som? of the boys carrying .-.ornething  in an improvifod litter. Whar. 1:. v/as i  was afraid to ask. My thorn was too  'Iry to speak.  "It's a. sort of vengenri'-e from  heaven, I reckon." raid (*:ir|e (-.������irgp.  "Th" other time he only not a f-\w  knick-knarks. a. handkerchief and elcb  which Rob kind of susp<*etM bim of  l.akin". but. tlii? time I reckoned h"  counted on doin' a. r;ood job. Ho was  fooled, howsoever, for he was kotchod  in tho act an' the Lord punished him  In  his own v.-ay."  Days    Acrcss    thc    Coiv  tincnt   by   thc  "IMPERIAL LIMITED"  Thr; fastest and best equipped  train crossing tlm continent.  Trains I'avinj,' the Pacific Coast  T[;E8IM.Y8. THURSDAYS and  S A T IJ n 1J A Y.S connt ct at  V- i ii.itu with the palatial  sieuiiHTs "Mnnit..lia,"-A-b-.-ita" and  "Athab-?ca" KCio.-s the  ������rrat lakes.  Fort  lake  "Punished whom?"   I gaspod.  "Why. don't you know?" ho said in  surprise." William Coorfto was bur-  glin' tho cabin when it started  travel in'."  "Rut Rob and Dorothy "  "Uncle George looked at me in con-  For    in formation,   lime    cnrfls-.  map"- and tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Kevelstoke.  E. J. Covi.i-:. Asst.-Gen. I'a'i-i'np^r  Ageut, Vancouver, B. V.  THE HUDSON'S BAY STORES4  CALGARY  W BITE. GWIIiLlM &  SCOTT.  Barristers,  Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, ltev-  elstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  XV. White,. J.   M.  Scott, B.A.,  Q- C. 1,. L. B.  IP. L. Gwilllm.  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Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  CRAGE  and  MAyNE  Smelter    Townsite  Revelstoke.  WALL ^N  ('.ill.',   Ill^l':i!l!5,    Miens,    l.'.ll-  hi_biscd ilills nml  li inleis .if  tllllluflrl'llilinlis.  Tin' cliRiipi'gl mid ln"*t sUiclcnf  WAU, I'AI'KI.'S ill lln; citv.  Liberal   ilisi-Miuts  f.-ivun   iiu  nil cn.li onlci ..  I   dual   eiilv    In     W A  I, I,  1' A P !���������_ IV S   and s-illi'lt uu  lii3|icciiiiii of my atoi-U.  .S. Birney  i      JWeK,E^lZIE JIVE.  ^���������_^e(!tes________  Wo Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  <������"i Lumber  CUT PRICES  FOR S POT CASH  Call aud see us.  We cati i'i.-. you  REVELSTOKE SAW.MILLS  Point Comfopt J-Iotel  PLUMPER PASS.  MAYNE ISLAND, IJ. C.  About    midway    between.   Vancouver  and  Victoria.  The hotel is situated on oiie of the  most beautiful islands in thu Gulf of  Georgia.  Climate delightful. ,Good boating  and fishing, Inwn tennis and bathing.    ���������   ��������� v  "  Just the place to spend a holiday  (luring the hot summer months.  The house is well furnished and  with all modern'conveniences.  MODERATE RATES.  Apply to  MANAGER.  Steamer leaves New Westminster  evory Monday, Thursday and Saturday. -��������������� -*������3  T. D. Piekapd  ...ASSAYER:...  Gold, Silver or Lead $'.50  Copper 2.00  Gold and Silver  2.00  Ti old_o i ".Si 1 ecu n rLCop i ieii  2.50_  Gold, Silver aud   Lend 3.00  Gold, Silver, Head anti Copper -1.00  Prompt Attention to Samples by Mail,  Cash Must Accompany the Sample.  Front St.     -<;'    Reve!8tok.e  Hotel Victoria  J- V. PERKV, Prop-  Hotel Accommodation the Re-it iu the  Cily for lhe money. <  Heated by hot "air: electric  light and  hell in every room  Hourly stieet car hetween  holel and  station.  Large and well lighted sainple'rooni.  Free hus meets all   tiains.  KBVELSTOKE. B. C.  ��������� J. .>  JL__/������  Notary Public,  Sole Agent for  Revelstoke  ,   Townsite  Mminp, Fire and  Life Insurance. -  Office, Opposite C.P.R. Depot.  Thos.  R, Davey  Trout Lako City  - Notary Public Mining and Real'  Estate Broker and general Commis  Rion Ac-ent. Mines reported on and  Estimate* given for work. Latest reliable infomiation as to claims work  ing and for pale in thn district, ������o'od-  Poospests held easy.���������Write or call. w  m  w  .--..Six!  r 'yilW  w  K.  fe:  off  Iff  is  IIS  HAY IN THE WEST  A Great Day in England on Saturday  hi. court in ii ii list i  MURDER   IN   ONTARIO ���������   POISONING  ASSINIBOIA  IN  July   22.���������At   the   athletic  the   Queens   club   grounds  today  between    teams     from   Oxford  md   Cambridge   and   Vale   and   Hnr-  Loudon,  sports   at  WHAT ABOUT  JAMAICA  Oltawa, July 24.���������At the afternoon  sltling ot thc house of commons Saturday   Jlr.   Kaulkack   (Lunenberg,  N.  vard  there was  thc  greatest possible  S.)    asked the position  ot mutters ln  hrll-  connexion with the  reciprocity treaty  between   Jamaica     and     thc   United  interest and it proved to be a  Hani social as well as successful athletic event. The Prince of Wales and  the Huke and Duchess of York honored the gathering, at which lliere  were some 0000 onlookers in the stand  and around the ropes. Harvard und  Yale both had stands.  No vacant scat was to be seen any  States and its bearing on Canada. Ho  was assured by Mr. Fielding thai  whatever preferences were given the  United States will bo all shared by  Canada as a matter of course. Tho  British Guiana delegates who visited  Otttawa some time since had talked  matters of trade interest, over, but  no arrangement w.is reached. Mr.  Fielding also  stated  that the  Amerl-  been  TROUBLESOME PIRATES  to  where and the grounds never present-  ed a brighter or more brilli-int scene,  can   coasting   laws,   which   had  Groups "of   spectators     carried   flags  applied  to Porto Rico have not been  or other tokens ot sympathy with oue  withdrawn.  or other  of the contesting sides.  A more exciting meeting was never  hold.     From   start   to   finish   thc   results wore in  doubt.    The  Prince   of  Wales   evinced   the   greatest   interest  Severe  in thc proceedings.  The contestants in thc first event  were firmly applauded on entering the  grounds, followed as they wore by  thc judges, referees, and time keepers.  The jump was made in front ot lho  pavilion and royal box, while simultaneously the hammer throwing commenced at the centre of thwgrounds.  It  soon   became   evideut     that. there  Measures   Do   Not   Suffice  Keep Them Down  Pekin, July 21.���������The British -are  ��������� having trouble with the newly acqui.--  ed territory at Mirs Bay. The piratei  have been raising ructions amongst  tho shipping in British territory an;l  the chief justice caught eleven ot  them whom he thrashed to a bloding  mas  ot flesh  und  then imprisoned to  -     --, , ,. .        ..     _    .. ,  ibc fed  on rice only for seven years.  would be a tie and when the English  immeaiately  afl01.   this   sentence   was  carried    out,     however,     JO     pirates  flag rose for the jumpers, and was  followed by an American success in  the hammer throwing, both sides had  a chance^ to give vent to cheers.  " Thc'mile run was the deciding event  and when on the last lap it was seen  that Workman, of Oxford and Cambridge would win and England would  thereby gaining au odd event.there was  a scene of wild enthusiasm. Conservative Englishmen and women rushing on the field to claim the victor.  A douse crowd instantly surrounded  workman and it was with great difficulty the stewards succeede in.  making way for him to thc pavilion.  , Hero   anotner   scene   of   frantic   excitement took place,  the  members of   . .  the English team rushing forward and   .,.=1  crying   "Well   run   Workman"   while  uual"  . on the" "stand the crowd cheere daud  waved   their  hats  and  handkerchiefs.  captured two ships in Mirs Bay and  carried off everything portable. They  took the entire crews and several  wealthy passengers to the hills for  ransom. Great "Brilain will ask tha  Chinese government to allow them  to pursue the pirates to the hills.  MORE  DUST   FROM   DAWSON  Vancouver, July 21.���������The steamer  Rosalie arrived from thc north today  with 150 passengers on board and  $25,l������uu worth of gold dust. William  Baird, of Hamilton. Out.; was the ij  winner   having    $50,000     in  CHURCH    DIRECTORY  RIVAL  YACHTS-  TRAGEDY  AT WAPELL'A  Wapella,   Assa:,   July . 24.���������Thomas  _,      ,__ ,      ,.     William   Gay,    a    boy    working  for  Newport,   July   24.���������Thc   Columbia  Mrs   MacRae  of  this township,    was  and Defender had a friendly brush for found on the road dying.   Ho expired  a couple of hours this afternoon, beat-  a few mjm,tes after ho was taken-to  ing  off  Brenton's  Reef - lightship   for  the. house.     Tt   is   supposed   that   he  three miles in a very baffling air. and  found   on    the    prairje    a   bottle   of  . then     turning     back    in    a     grand  strychnine and tasted it. '���������  breeze which., sent them  along at    a  .10 knot gait.    The Defender had.more  ' sail   on  than the Columbia and    the  latter  towed  a  small  boat,  yet in   a  sprint   for   the  championship  honors  had   no   difficulty    in    reaching, tho  lightship first by a short eighth of a  mile and showed herself to be an able  found   on   the"  'boat  in a stiff breeze.  MURDER   IN   ONTARIO  NEWSBOYS   STRIKE  New York. July 24.���������A newsboy  strike against two papers in the city  is thus far a complete- victory for  the newsboys as 'the public sided with  them  in   purchasing other  papers.  Ic j  Windsor, Ont., July 24.���������A coroner's  jury on Saturday found that James  Ross, a wealthy farmer, -who was  roadside beaten to  death, ..was murdered by Levi Stewart, who was committed for trial.  UNKNOWN  MAN     FOUND  PENDED  SUS-  Kamloops,   July   22.���������An   unknown  man has been reported hanging from  is the  most successful  labor upheav- 'a.limb ot a two near tho Indian re  al in several years. - The papers are  .willing to reduce thc price, but the  boys demand a written guarantee.  A WILY OLD   EMPRESS  ~ London.^-Jiily__24.r^rh(L^_SJiajngluiL  correspondent of the Times, referring to the Chinese commissioner recently sent to Kio with valuable presents from the Dowager Empress, ostensibly with commercial aims, but  really empowered' to discuss a Chinese-Japanese, alliance, says: " Thc  recently adopted platform tendencies  of the dowager empress are attributed  rather to conciliate Japan and obtain  Japanese support for China than to  a sincere recognition ��������� of the necessity  ot reform." .   .  serve here. Indians came to town  and reported the case to the authorities i and said the man had evidently  been hanging for days- as the body  was i an advanced state of decomposition. Police have gone to the'scene  to bring the body to town. It is supposed to bo a case of suicide, as no  person"-is~iriissing~at���������present? '"  Year by year the necessity and  economy of farmers raising whai is  called artificial grasses become more  apparent and imperative. During the  earlier'settlement ot the counlry, the  hay obtained from the native grass  proved ample for all needs.  But drought, fires and constant  cutting have changed that, and now it  is extremely difficult to obtain hay  enough to carry the stock through,  even with tlio straw' grown. But with  a good crop the straw is often recklessly wasted too, and then in a year  like thc last, there is a scarcity, a kind  of famine for fodder by which the  stock are often so reduced in flesh,  that it takes half the summer to got  them into fair condition. This results in a serious loss of cattle, for  beef, or dairying, or the efficiency of  working  tennis.  But even it plenty of hay could be  Sol from the "sloughs." the distance  to be travelled and time lost in thai  way nre a very serious loss in a  country where "time is money" to a  far greater extent in a more thickly  settle community. Men are too scarce  and labor too dear, to lose more lime  than enn be avoided. And nny menus  by which the necessary hay can be  obtained close at hand, should receive  the   besl  attention.  In limes past a good many attempts  of growing the tinioihy nml clover, so  generally tuul successfully raised in  the eastern and far western pans ot  the country, have been made in the  Norlh West. I3~.it so far the success  has noi been gratifying. Jusl where  the cnuso of failure lies is not very  clear. Some think that drought is  lhe cause. But il seems lo our experience that lhe summers on the  average are epiite ns dry in Ontario  as here. Then again the hard frosts  are held accountable. Now although  wo certainly have much more severe  frosl here than in parts of Ontario  we do not think it is harder on plant  life than lhe alternate thawing and  ficeiling to which it is subjected there.  Nor does the more general fads of  failure hitherto prove "that it must  always continue so. Even climatic  conditions aro largely affected by cul-  tivaiion.  Tho early autumn frost so destructive in the curly days nre, scarcely  thought, of lately, und it is well known  that the effects of long continued  drought, can be greatly minimized by  deep and thorough cultivation.  And may-il not be tho samo with  grasscs\and even clover. Wc have  on our table a bunch of Alsike clover  kindly sent by Mr. Moore. It was  grown a half mile north of Summer-  berry, and is as fine a specimen as  one would see anywhere. The seed  was sown'12 yoars ago, nnd has remained ever since, and we are assured  thc patch looks very fine still. We  havo seen" some very fine red clover  loo. ihis year growing along the railway track where the soil is loose, and  cho roots get a good chance of penetrating.  And we believe, that were a farmer  lo take a field, plow it down good and  deep and sow. il with clover, he would  yet be able to,raise it as successfully  as in some olher places where it is a  staple crop. At any rate it is worth  the trial.  As ro timothy we think the same  may be said. But timothy is a plant  requiring.a great deal of moisture  from the soil, to give good returns.  It maj- not therefore be so successful  as ��������� clover wliich absorbs much more  from the atmosphere. But there is a  good substitute for timothy in Brome  grass. Perhaps in'the whole it is  much bettor for this country as the  attermaih is generally excellent. And  Brome grass; is no longer, an experiment in many places. It has been  well, tried and found to be a success.  It is both highly palatable and nutritious, either as a pasture or hay. It  will grow an abundant , crop when  properly cared for.' Vve have a stalk  now brought in by' Mr. R. Embury  from Mr. T. Besfs farm, which is  nearly as high as a man, and the  whole piece is excellent. Mr. Best  and other intelligent farmers intend  to sow  it. largely in  future. .    '  We hope ihe practice will be general  in a year or two. When that is  done, and clover can be made a success, it will be far more important to  the North West than either Grit or  Tory "Victory" at the next election.���������  Grenfell Sun.  X/rHTHODIST CHURCH ��������� Rovolatolto.  ���������I'-l l-oachi-g Borvicoa ut 11 n.in. uud 7:>u  p.m. ClnnB mooting at, tlio close ot tho  morning florvtce. tabbtitli school and Biblo  OIiish at 2:30 p.m. Weekly pruyor mculliiB  ovory Wedni'stlft)' evoninK ut 7:30 p.m. Tlio  public nro cordially invited.   SoutB Iruo.  HEV. S. .1. THOMPSON, Pastor.  Church of England Sunday Services  Eight a.m. Holy Communion; 11  mooting, litany and sermon, (Holy  Eucharist, first Sunday in thc 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 S  a.m. as announced. Fridays���������7:30  Evensong, with spiritual reading.  Holy Baptism is administered usually  after Sunday school at :i:15.  E. C. PAGET, D. D.,  Vicar.  The Acme���������*  Soda  Water  Works  i Manufacturers of all kinds of  Aerated Water-, Soda and Mineral  Waters iu Syphons and  Bottles.  Factories at Vernon  and Revelstoke, 1,. (J.  M. J- O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  ^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrmwmmmma  E  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  THE MOLSONS BANK  iNCOKPOitATKi"  nv Act o~~ PaHt.IVMKNT, 1856.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  s  PAID UP CAPITAL.  REST FUND  $2,000,000  8i.eoo.ooo  PRESBYTERIAN CHUROR-Rcyelstoke.  Servico over; Sunday at 11 u.ui. and 7:30  p.m. Bib'o Clius at 2:.'i0 p.m., to which  ull aro welcome. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m,  every Wodnosdny.  REV. T. MKNZIES. P. Btor.  ROMAN  stoke.  CATHOLIC   CHUROH ��������� Eovul-  Mass  first and third Sundays in  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYEK.  SALVATION ARMY���������Meetings ovcry niglit  in thoir hull on Front Strcot  Loyal Or an go  Lodge, No. 1658.  Keiruhif   nic('.liii_i  nm lirld   in  tlie  IKlillulluwb Hull mi Uiullili'il Ki-liliiy  ol imcIi monlli ut T..IM 11. in.   VHlhig-  _____      liri'lliri'ii ciiiilliillv liivllril.  ^tfeJS-        \V. (1. Hlrncy,  W.M.; I". 1'. I'i'lli-  piece, Kee. S.; IC A. Ki'tllcsoii l-'ln. See ; Tlios.  Slced, TreuMiier.  Court  Mt.   Bcgbie,  I.O.F..N0. 3461.  McctH ln Ihe. Oddfellows' Hull 011 Ihi'  "ml und llii Friday*! of  each month. VUntini*  brethren Invited to  attend.  R, Campbell,    K.  Chief Ranger.  D. J. C. Johnson  Rec.-Sec.  ^eveSsto^e  Hospital  Maternity Room iu connection.  Vaccine    kept    on    hand.  I ������_ DIKKCTOl.'S:   Wm.Mui.son  Mac. hkh _dn, I'rfoldriit:  S.  H. Kwing. Vie* rrviidoif, 3  . ������; W. M. Ham-ay, Samuki. Kim.kv. Hfniiv AKcmii.vt.n, J. I'. C__ci-in_,                ^9  . ���������������������-. H. .Marki.a.ih Moi,������.)N.                                                          IS  1   ���������" L-      \(-_%.. ,,_-...r.,v-   -I'.i.^.....      _*7-..-..-t    \l_- -- "���������  H. Mark 1.a.il 1 Mn,������.>x.  K. Wok.f.iitO-   Tlio mas', General Mnnnjrer.  A general banking business transacted,     Interest allowed at current  J. P. MOLSON.  UF.VKt.frOKK. It. C.  ������E rate-.  j ������___ Maxagki:,  m&  &&V.___3_*  Under tailing* and Embalming  These Are Facts  R. Howson & Co,,  SIAI-KK._7.ir.  avi:.  Ii'clnil Driller* in riirnlliiiv.  ROBERT SAMSON    j  Wood Dealer  and Draymarj.     j  Draying und delivery work a special- J  ty. Teams always ready on shortest |  notice.      Contracts  for jobbing taken. .  REVELSTOK.E I  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS.   Mineral Properties  opened up by the  Diamond Core  Drill  Irs.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants i  Blacksinitliiiii.< Jobbimtr  Plumbing'.   Pipe JPittinB  Tinsmithin?  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty.-���������*^  ROBT. GORDON  Rovelstoko   Station  T  1  JL.  ALASKAN   BOUNDARY  .MORALITY  IN  Am'  prings  . Upper Arrow Lake,  To olitain rapidly the knowledge of the value of reef* or ledfreii  nothing is to be compared with the Diamoud Core Drill, which will  -jrovo more in 30 days than an outfit of meu tunnelling or sinking  shafts could in'ove in ten years.  The Diamond Core Drill can pierce the mountains and take th  eci-et of what it contain., from their very heart?, and the moro so id  he rook forrantiou, the quicker it will do its work.  The Diamond Core Drill is so constructed that it car: be taken  t i  pieces and packed on the bucks of horses aud carried   and   worked  almost inaccessible places where water can be obtained,���������aud it  be in almost any part of Briti-h Columbia.  For full information and particulars apply by letter or in person to  J.    D.     SIBBALD,  REAL     ESTATE   AND     MINING     BROKERS,     REVELSTOKE  TAL HOTE  Large light bed  rooms.  Table furnished with  thp choicest the market  afford"-. Best Wines  Licjui'i-- and Cigars  Rates  $1.      a dny.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  RATES.   $l.oo   PER   DAV  BRITISH COLUMBIA  -Wei] Known for Their  Health Giving Properties.  Both Hotels Opeq  The  'nines Suggests Arbitration  Moderation  iu  Language  and  this  on  A MATTER-OF COURSE  London, July 25.���������The Times  morning commenting editorially  Saturday's debate in tho Canadian  Parliament on the Alaskan boundary matter says that .Sir Charles  Tupper has expressed himself' with  unnecessary energy," but looking to  the present position of tho Alaskan  negotiations we hope we may "disregard his oratorical fireworks. ? Sir  , ��������� ,        .     ,       , .AVilfrid  Laurier's  tone was  studious-  groes were lynched yesterday   foi  an .]v concnjatorv and  moderate and  as  assault   on   Mrs.  Ogletre. \^o  concessions  will  be made  in Al-  j askii   without    Canada's     knowledge  <atr> wiT'-phiiv^TJTi-MA-uiC"? ialul   consent,   there    is   no  room   at  SIR WILFRIDS REMARKS jpresent  for   tll0  pessimistic  views  of  Vishirirton Julv 21���������Sir Wilfrid Politicians in Ottawa or Washington.  - n,,r������r������remArkJTin the Canadiar Judging from the utterances of Sir  iVo��������� ^mmo^11 ai-e^ in^reled j Wilfrid Hurler and Mr Fairbanks  here to mean that' ne at least will!*0 Bee, ������������ 1"r-^on��������� for eIthe,- gloom  giWa warning to Canadians that they <**' recrimination on either sides. It  will have to make mauy concessions  in connection with the Alaskaa  boundary dispute and the authorities  here agree with him The administration is firm and will not withdraw  a   foot  from  the   lines   fixed   in   the  Bainbridge,  Ga., July 21.���������Two  ne-  negotiations with threat Britain.  Laurier's speech is considered encouraging.    , It officially      announced  will be more dignified for two great  nations  to   settle    their     differences  without reference to third parties,  but i tis altogether incredible that  the United States sould be unwilling  to consent to arbitration when other  methods have proven ineffectual.  Their attitude at the Hague and in  the Venezuela question makes it im-  -S_i?h. Canadian co^issi^^T^  ������������^ .**"������������   to   refuse   to   ar-  meet till next month.  THE DREYFL'S TRIAL  is  rari..   July   21.���������It.  that, tho Dreyfus court      martial  Rennes will open on August 7th.  .announced  it  bitrate   a   dispute  involving  a  question of national honor.  Self Culture: A work of art cannot  in itself bo immoral. If a book is  -v.cll-writteiiriUis.gooc!.^���������-IL-iUs badly  written, ii is bad. That is the final  test, in writing. A book is immoral  only in the sense that the saddle which  delivered the Prince Imperial to death  when his life depended on ils strength  nay be called immoral because it wa'  badly made. As there is no evil in a  healthy, physical organism, no evil in  any organ of* a healthy body tliouiia  (here may be evil in its use, so thei*-.'!  is no evil in a book. |  A man  who has     a clear, finished j  style   of  workmanship,   who      writes j  well, displays a moral as well as an j  aesthetic  beauty  in      his      work, no :  matter whatjiis subject:  for lo over- ���������  come the dlfllciiltics of language, and |  to make of it his servant, his look his  weapon,   requires   a   manifestation   of  will power which  is itself moral.,and  the cry of "Art. for Art's sake" is not  .o empty a shibboleth as the Philistines declare it.  To those who attribute to a book  qualities belonging to the reader, who  condemn the object for uie weakness  of the subject, the following faule,  which has for its virtue its truth, may  bear no moral, but io me it meant  much. !  A woman with a passionate love for  the beautiful in all forms, a love  which expresses itself in her surroundings, was asked by a friend to whom  ���������'aulcl lang sync" had gave the privilege of impertinence: "Why have so  -lany pictures of the nude? ' "Because." was her response, "to me pictures of the human figure speak so  clearly of the divine in man thai*. I  sometimes forget there are those who  have not yet risen above the animal."  Ihe Arrow Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily  s        A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers   ...   n n.d_tho_ Springs  _   .   ._".... ,.  The  Columbia  House.  Good accommodation. A good bv  well supplied with choice wines  liquors and cigaTS. ,j*  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors.  Good Accommodation both   at   the  the Landing.'  Springs  Telegraphic Communication.  $1.25 per day.-  Baths Free.  Kates  g  V Ell ST O  {^ '-p  Do  You   COant   a   Jlome   in  -This]  Growing    mining   and  Railcuay   Centre   ?  The C. & K. sfeam Navigation Company have some of tham  lightlul piopprty in Revelstoke.    It is charmingly   situated,   handy  to  to any, portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at once.    Easy  terms if necessary. ,  ._ x ^t >.'. _.1-4 n id _ Qr\l o- n e^*"_t._ ..   Jt-��������� _���������-.��������� ^-J__*. _L__-W> WV-V���������JL ._."������>������ VJL_* V -T-  F. JMJIRTY  ..Wholesale and Retail Dealer in., .r.  BROWN,  PRI.ME BEEF, PORK.  MUTTON .MD SJIUBJISE  Proprietor.  Fish   'and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoke  | Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE PIONEER LilVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardean and Tront Lake  FROM JAIL TO DEATH  DAMAGE FROM STORM  Vancouver, July 25.���������John McDonald walked out of jail on Saturday  into Kong's saloon. McDonald is a  professional vag. He said he was  disgusted with the world and him-  t'flf  and   asked   for  a  drink  but the  . ,   ���������,        bartender.     Bcriman.     refused     him  tvitigston, July 2l.-lriday's thunder Hc thereupon threw a mug, at the  ���������storm did much dnma������e throughout bartender aud smashed a mirror. Ber-  this district. John Calhoun, farmer, riman ran outside the bar and threw  aged 27, of Pittsburg township waa the tramp down and kicked him.  Btruck by lightning and Instantly McDonald said he was hurt and  killed. John Radcliffe, of Cape Vin- |..oui(1 not movo ������������������,, a��������� ambulance  cent, aged 2.1 years, was killed while | ,v!ls called. McDonald died next  working in a field. Several townshipa vnorning at thc Citv hospital. Ber-.-  report cattle and swine hilled and r*man has been arrested on a charge  Jiousos and barns dealroytrd. kianBlaughter  who got out ot town, to avoid the  iuformation laid against him. dis- |  posed of seven safes to merchants and ,  others iu lown. This- is not as it i  should he, for the identical safes ���������  could be got at the same price from I  the local agents of t.he company who ,  aro  in Nelson   to stay. .  There are 30 primary and three !  district, lodges of tho Loyal Orange  Association in Uritish Columbia. The  membership list increased 333 during  lhe prist "12 months. Hon. X. Clarke.  M. W. G. M.. intends visiting all the  lodges in this province before December 1st. An organizer is to be appointed and a general forward movement is on foot.  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  ,      MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  Saddle   and     Pack    Horsec  always for hire.  Freighting  and  Teaming   *  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning - at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN", Thomson'sLandino  Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C,  McKenzie Ave.  BF.ST ACCOMMODATION  Ix the Lardeau.  Rate8$2 Per Day.  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor,  REVELSTOKE ���������  Sash  and  Doop  Factory.  I Manufacturers of    -  and Dealers ln~���������^^^  S.-.;*h. Doorf. Torolngj. Pllntbt. C-onier  Blocks, Mculdtncs of aU klndf. Fiocv  O_l>loa and Verandah work. Bracken.  of every description  made to ord_x-' '  Store and   Office   Fitting*, Window  Frame;, with ush fitted a specialty,  tlie latest machinery.  Dry kiln  j.rem"".  Call and pet prices before  coinjr elsewhere. f  SAWYER & HAXNIXG* __5_____Z____  _____a___B___B___E___  -JULY 29  -l'HCIA 1. A'l  THK   CASH  BAZAAR   Just received. A full assortment of the celebrated E. T.  Corsets. Prices run from 50e.  to Si.00. Our SI 00 corset has  no equal in the city.  The greatest kinds of bar-rains  are being offered in Skirts,  Blouses, Gloves. Hosier}7, Boys'  Blouses. In fact everything  ���������that an}' lady requires will be  found at reck  bottom prices at  Millinery  Dressmaking  The Cash Bazaar  W. Mi:I.DUCM, MAN A nr.it  HOWSON HLOCK. - Mi-KKNZIE AVE.  The Canada Drug: &  Book Co., Limited.  Havliu: refine 1 mnl culnrpi-d Iheir ������������������tore,  hre now lit ii po-uion In supply iully nil  ���������_iii!i- In the Ii.-tiu uii'l Siationerv lino.  T:i.-y liiiii.il" nothing hut the hot tuul  ;.:ir>*'-t of d.-u_--s and keep them fresh.  They have ju=t opened u new supply of  Ir-  Specially prepared, wliich is un decant  mood j'urifier and Tonic, price ?1..0U  Call and try a bottle.  CHAS. K. MCDONALD,' Manager.  ItcKENZTE   AVE..   REVELSTOKE   STATION'.  LOCAL  AND GENERAL   NEWS  Chas*. F. Lindniark is away cast as  far as Hector.  A. Johnson, of the Heuai.d, left on  Thursday on a trip to Golden.  Mrs. Coursier und family left on  Thursday morning for the east.  D. G. Cathcart returned on Thursday from ii business trip west.  YY. J. Lappan, of Illecillewaet. was  in town for a few days this week.  J. J. Voting, of the Calgary Herald,  went through to Ferguson on  Friday.  Mrs. C. II. "Mackintosh and family  arrived lust Tuesday at lhe Halcyon  Hot Springs.  J. Smith has appealed from police  magistrate Haig';* sentence and is out  ngain on bail.  Mrs. D. McCarthy, Miss McCitrthy  and the children un; camping at the  St. Leon Hot Springs.  A picnic for the children of St.  Peter's church is being arranged for  the second Thursday in August.  Jlr.--. F. Fret*/, .-iml Mrs. Leishman  joined the party of campers at the St.  Leon Hot Springs on Monday.  The swimming hath is being well  patronized lu-the numerous lovers oF  a coni dip I his sizzling weather.  Napoleon YVo!!i~, - the well known  mining man, was in the Liirdeau lasl  week and came onion Thursday.  jirs. C. R. Paget is away wilh her  liltle daughter. Mary, for a summer  outing tit the St. Leon Hoi, Springs.  J. V. Perks, pioprietor of the Hotel  Victoria, received yesterday the sad  inlel'iinence of the death of his wife in  Birmingham, England.  Services tomorrow. O'-h. .Sunday  after Trinity, in St. Peter's church, as  usual, at Sand 11 a. in., und 7:150 p. in..  Rev. Dr. Paget ofiiciating.  E.B. Harris, a Salmon Arm rancher,  shipped on AA*ediie_-dav COO crates of  strawberries   from   two    acres   of    a  The C.P.R. company are setting a  good example by cutting down the  thistles along tlieir track wherever  they aro to he found.  H. S. King has elected to be tried by  speedy trial o'n the charge of uttering  worthless cbecpies and Judge Forin  has appointed August Stli as  the day.  Bishop Dart, of New Westminster,  is still seriously ill, though somewhat  improved. He is able to sit np. but  not allowed to see visitors except on  actually necessary mutters.'  All those who have promised to  subscribe lo the Ford memorial fund  are rt'(|nested Lo deposit the amount of  Lhiiir subscriptions to the credit of the  fund at the. Imperial bunk.  F. "YY". Godsal returned from Ferguson on Monday, very well satisfied  with the appearance of things at. the  Nellie Ij. Diuicel's surveying parly  were camped in Ferguson as he passed  through on hi.s way out.  The Surprise Steam Laundry opened  up for regular business this week and  has been cjiiitu a hive of industry over  since. C lloardniiiii, onu of the proprietors, has had Harvey it Keswick's  old building hauled on lo the lots next  lhe laundry and will use it as a  dwelling.  Mr. Tarte's  Fireworks.  (From thu Toronto Mail and Empire).  A great, (lemonstratioii was held in  honor of Mr. Taiie at Surel in llio  early part of the yenr.  The people assembled in vast numbers; torches were carried; ,l.-i]f.uiese  lanterns were strung everywhere;  rockets were fired.  By lhe enthusiasm of thc populace  Mr. Tailo was deeply moved. " Wu  have spent much in the past," he  exclaimed, "but wait till you see us  next year; we shall spend more."  Ho was quite right.  They are going to spend i;ID5,000,000.  and the government has kindly paid  for all ihe torches and lanterns and  fireworks bought for ilr. Tarte. as the  following citation from the auditor-  genei ill's report shows:  275 Japanese lanterns at 17-1 cenls.  150 Japanese lanterns at 12 cents.  One gross nickels at .$11.07.  -150 bucket, lanterns at $20.75,  10 dozen torches at 20 cents.  100 torches S20.  Sundries, 'j'25.50.  Cases and cartage, $1.75.  JOE MARTIN MUST GO.  What Business Men Say.  ���������Shirt waists. 25c, 50c. .-ind 75c,  next week at M. K. Lawson's.  ���������A carload of baled hay received  vest.eiday at C. 13. Hume & Co.'s  warehouse.  ���������Special sales in white wear, hosiery  and children's hats, during next week  nt M". K. Lawson's.  ��������� Remember the sule of white wear,  children's dresses, etc., at M. K. Law-  sou's during next week,  ���������Slater's celebrated shoes���������a fino  iiKsi'i-ltiient of these famous siloes now  opened at, C. B. llunie & Co.'s.  ���������New potatoes! New potatoes!  New potatoes! At. O. 13. Hume ifc  Co.'.-.    Leave yonr orders at once.  ���������Send a copy of Pettipiece's Directory and Map oi' the City of Revelstoke  lo your I'rii'iids.Hetti'r than a letter.  The government caucus hus decided  that Joe Martin must go. This decision  has beeii arrived nt before, with regard  to tho Chinese for instance. But the  Chinese don't go, they stay and continue to squirt their abominable decoctions over the shirt fronts of an  outraged community. Perhaps Joe  won't go either. Perhaps he, loo, will  stay with us, The cold fact of the  mutter is that lho decision o������ the  caucus cots no ice ut all, ]L adds no  weight, lo Premier Semlin's demand  that Martin should resign. Martin  refused I.o resign. He slill refuses.  The caucus cannot compel him to do  so. Only tlio Lieutenant-Governor  can do that,. The great question is���������  AVtll lie? Tf lie does not. then Semlin  has no alternative but lo resign himself, winch resignation will carry with  il. ipso facto the resignation of all his  colleagues and Martin's along wilh   it.  The unknown quantity in the problem is the eouise. which the Lieut.-  Governor is likely lo pursue. The  powers that be at, Ottawa, to whom  the Lieiiteiiaiil-Governor will naturally turn for advice and instructions,  have not got much use for Joe. At the  siiine time he i.s u Liberal, the Federal  elections aie looming np again on Unpolitical horizon, tind to ask Martin to  resign in order to leave two Conservatives, like Semlin and Cotton in undisturbed possession of tim government  of the province would bo ral her  inopportune. Tho Ukualu does not  think much pressure will be put upon  lhe Lieutenant-Governor to take a  step which would convert an estranged  friend into an open enemy, especially  when the enemy is such a dangerous,  wily, unscrupulous opponent as Joe  Martin. There is very little doubt  that the Laurier cabinet will fail to see  the necessity'of obliging Messrs. Semlin ar.d Cotton and that the downfall  of Lho Semlin cabinet is imminent.  YVe said above that the action of the  caucus cuts no ice one way or the  other. The only question connected  with it that strikes tho Hekald is  this. What does this array of dummies, who last session were waiting  for Martin's signal before they knew  which way tu turn, who hardly dared  open their mouths till he appeared in"  the house, i'or whom nothing which lie  chose to father was too reckless or unscrupulous for tlicm to swallow, whoso  brilliant talents just about sulliceil to  vole with Mai-tin, to cheer Martin  whenever he spoke, and to hob nob  wilh him when all was over; what  does this band of incapuliles expect Lo  do without liiin, supposing lie did  resign?  <*> - ���������  No IIi.__.stku, No Fuss, Just Business, That's All.  r  Where is the Fighting?  Oh ! Have you not heard about the war in the  Pliillipines ? Well, a terrible battle took place t he  olher day near Hollo; it was a hand to hand conflict, but it was a trifling aiVuir compared wilh the  rush that i.s being made to secure the numerous  Bargains we are oll'ering during  The Impression that there Is. not any galvanised pipe to he obtained in town is wrong.    Wc  to ������w_r_rH, ?m,,d' ln,oh p,r������on h_nd'whioh we are in * "osit'������������to'������������������������������ u������������  the ������lit lesale price at the coast.      A complete stoek of Brass Cooks and Pipe Fittings always  on hand.      People putting in piping will iind it to their advantage to buy material ?io._t us  .Hardware and Tinsmithing..  Itili  ififit  Monster  Give  Away....   .���������  Walcli Our Windows for Criterion  Send your orders for Fire Wood to  FRED. ROBINSON, at the saw mill  office. He will deliver at $2.25 a cord  in short lengths. $1.50 a cord to those  who do their own hauling.  ilson's Fly Pads  and Tanglefoot   STICKY FLY 1'Al'El  SXjXSSO������  9  McKenzie Avenue.  disregard these very obvious considerations and to look upon the ,$25 fee as  a mere loss und imposition. Itis not  fair and, which is more, it is not  business, for them to lake any such  narrow, one-sided viow of the case.  TIIE PASSING SHOW. .  strawberry garden to YY'innipeg.  The marble cross, ordered to be  placed at the head of thc grave of the  late Rev. F. A. Ford, in the cemetery,  has been shipped from the works at  Brandon.  The Trout J-nke Topic predicts a  hnoin in that district ere snow flies.  One of the rail ways, iit least, it says,  will reach the foot of lhe lake at an  early date and from tliere to Trout  Lake Ci������y a daily boat service will be  run.  Mr--. A. N. Smith. .Alts. Dickey nnd  Mr**. Tho*:. I3.,in and families have been  c.'impincr thi. week at Ramsey'.- ranch,  a b'_(i!tifii! place beyond William-on's.  wliich ha-' become quite a favorit''  spot fr-;- an outing with Revelsloke  folk thi* summer.  Tho li'-vi-l-like YY'uter. Light and  Power Cn. ni.- w.-iiting Fur pip" to  inciea.c the wa'i-i--npply by tapping  aiinib,.i-.;.e.iiii o.-'.-l ()f Mrewcrv creek.  Tlii. >vil! mul;.- quite un addition to its  pic-eut foicc. aud as llieie is no more  water tlian for ordinaly u-e ihrongh-  r.ut the city, this Micam is greatly  liei'ded.  Vf.i. 1. No. J of the Methodist Be-  coi'lei- i- to liutid. It i- a Iypocianbi-  c.il.y ti";it nn.l well edited 2'J-p:igc  ii!nc:i7,|iic r>ubli-lied monthly at \*ic-  loii.-i m-d'-i- she aiu hoi-it y of,, Ihe  Jhiti-h Columbia confeience of the  Methodi-l church. Rev. .7. P. Hicks is  the man.-igititr editor. The subscription  rate is only 50 cent* per annum. Th"  Recorder has a large field.  A. K. Koldich returned from Ferguson on Thursday night after making  an inspection of the NetLie L for tbe  Great Western'" Mines. Ltd. Tbe  Hekald hopes to be able to publish  liis icport on the mine in full shortly.  At prr'.-ent a'l we can say is that Mr.  Jli.ditli is well satisfied with -the  .���������ippeaiaiir*e of the property and the  man 11 it in which it is  bc-intr handled.  THE CITY COUMCIL  The    Frontage   Tax   Question    Again  Brought to the Front.  The city council met last night,  present Aldermen AY"ells. Crage. Graham, Brown and Kilpatrick. In the  uliseuco of the mayor. A!d..AY"ells was  voted to the chair.  There was no correspondence or  reports of committees.  An additional sum of. ������.100 was  granted for grading lho hill on Douglas street.  The clerk was instructed to communicate again with the ..I'L-retary uf  the board of trustees for the cemetery  (iinl to press the importance of all  documents  in   this., .connection, heing  placed in the hands of the council  with as little delay as jiossible.  Bylaw. No. 10. Noxious AA'eeds. wa<~  passed and No. 2 10 prohibit fixing of  guns and olher firearms within the  municipal limits was read three times-  An animated discussion then took  place on the frontage tax question.  Aid. Brown and Crage being against  the system of u frontage lax as fiir.is  the trunk sidewalk from McKenzie  avenue to Front street i������ concerned.  Aid. Brown finally gave untie, that  he would at the next regular meeting  move that, the adoption oi'thc public  works ri-'pyrt of May 1'3 be iv.i-iiiib-i"  as far us the question nf tin-trunk  -iili'wulk being paid for by frontage  tax in cone.-rued.  The clerk wus instructed in write to  the cily solicitor for uu opinion on the  lbe si(l"Walks.  The council I ben adjourned lil! next.  Tuesday evening on motion nf Aid.  Brown.  Here is J. Houston's, slate in Lho  Tiibune! He calls it a business men's  gover.'ii'nqnt! Higgins, provincial secretary and minister of education;  Kellie. commissioner of lands and  works: Prentice, finance minister;  Helgesen. minister of mines; Kidd,  president of the council. Up to the.  present date no cure has. we believe,  been discovered For softening ot the  brain.  The government caucus met on  AVedr.esday last, Wells, M.P.P.. Green.  M. P. P.. Martin, M. P. P., went  cheerfully down to the Capital to take  The Kkualu has been waiting some  timo to seo if incorporation would do  anything- i'or onr disgraceful cemetery.  Nothing, however, seems to be done,  doing, or aboul to be done, and the  cemetery remains in its original barbarous condition. Surely it is time  for the city council to wake up and do  something. YVe believe there is some  vaguo and shadowy board or cemetery  trustees in existence somewhere  around. The council had better find  out, who tliey are and take their trust  over from them ami proceed lo satisfy  the universal demand that in the name  of common .decency lhat portion, ut  ull events, of the cemetery which is in  use shall ut lua������*l be fenced uud cleared  of stumps und fallen timber. This is  a duly which lho "cruniiiiiiiily owes to  itself and lhe dead, and the worst,  s.-.reheud in town will not, begrudge an  itpproprial ion for this purpose.  At present there is only one 111111111-  inen!. of an expensive 11.1turt' in the  cornelery. a, red trrunite monolith dedicated to the memory of Mrs. Somes.  Shortly, however, there will be others,  us oilier orders were taken at the  same time by the Brandon firm, who  have executed the. marble cross to be  placed at Mr. Ford's grave. And now  that private piety is expending money  on worthy memorials to the dead, il  will be .1 still greater blot, on.lhe good  name of Revelstoke if the ground is  left in its present unkempLimd slovenly  condition. The natural advantages of  the spot ire such   tbat   wilh   a little  I   FIRE INSURANCE^,  K) All classes of insurable covered K  XX at mir mnl cquitaljlu rates. ft,  I   LIFE INSURANCE^ |  Policies���������non-rorfeitable,   guar- ft  1111 Iced values, cash loan values. F>  throughout the historv of tlie ft  pdlll'V. ' v  MONEY TO LOAN.  on good i  property,  on good business or residential   $  propertv. s<  ������SCed. .FAYETTE BUKER,  I  at FIELD & BEWS  imUlifllSTS A.\l) STATION)-:...", HEVEI.STOKE, It. C. "   *"*���������  m  m  m  m  m  iki  ���������VSS  t__  ?;���������'.  Helps to  Household supplies are quite an item, but  thoy  HI  m  eafi  ,can do your trade a lot of harm or good as you elect, M  The housekeeper'who buys from us lias  a  guar- ������|  antee of eA--ery article and therefore is sure  of satis- fi  faction in quality and price.     " &���������&  Wc want to keep the good will of our  customers ������f  vsi   and by selling the best goods at lowest prices avo aim iH  &������    tc <1,. o/-. ffiS  pM   to do so  &������_  m  m  MS  ������..itf  m  m  There's only one conclusion Ave can draYV.  V/E GUARANTEE SATISFACTION.  AHLIN & CO.'S  OLD STAND.  8$  lK)5  Mi  C_Mi  DOMINICK GALLICANO,  .McKenzie Ave.   Dealer in   FRESH GENERAL GROCERIES  Specialties:     Soup   materials,��������� macaronis of  every kind, the choicest and best nuikc".  Olive Oil, ltoinanOhec.se, .inogiu-.   Vegetables.  Servant Wanted.  ��������� A good general servant to go to Ferguson at  once;   goo 1   wages   paid.     Addre������s    -Mrs.   S  O'Connor, Hotel Windsor, Ferguson  n <_���������  ^Qll. j._L -vara.  CT____,_.  3STOW   OPSIsT  Notice. c.  All parlies knowing themselves Indebted to  me will plotiM! sellle tlieir accounts with .I.M.  Scot!,   l.iinist.'r.   nn   or   before   .Inly  :ji, lSlfl.  Alter tliiiLilmc Ic.-il Intercut will   ho charged  on .mine.   Yours Inilv  W. C. nil  ���������:i~Y, Painter.  ,,   - .   ,.,    ..... T^  _. t- n-    iciie  and  expense it   could   be  ninde  their part., like little men. But Kellie. ��������� '  M.. P..P., did.oot go.  .He could not cro.  not only a worthy   burial place  for  ..    ,    , . ..I- - , TTivfiiwd comnuinfivT 'Tin even  ono  of  He had important business with aman  ... .    , , -     , ..     the most beautiful God's aeres   imag-  whicn prevented bim from going.    So!  ,., .. ! iiinble.     The   council  should   lose  no  while   every   other   government con-'  ... .... ,! more time, but at once  take steps  to  stitiiency in Kootenay was represented '  k ,u ���������,.      1.-,ii-       . .,    ���������        have the necessary work done lo make  at.  the  (aucns.   Kellie   was  pottering |  ,      ,   t-i      .     .      . ii- L   ! the cemetc-rv :it :t!I  events   a.   decent  about   Front   street    and   doing   ih'-',  i- ������������������      _. 1 .1    _-.     .     ,! place of buri.-ii.*'  ���������'working man    act round the 1 Vii'rul 1  as per usual.    Do not blame Kellie.    If j ���������   ��������� =  he hud gone he  might have  1,0  mnl  Dissolution of Partnership.  iici his   mir.d   ivlu'l li,.i'   (n   nir.   I.tu   .m.  '    Thi-partner.-.l.!:, heretofore cxlsling bt-livccn  up li>-s   irur.o   wlit.niti    to   pin   lu������   po- , |;,..<t���������r |><-yblr... ���������: >m'l  Kob-.-rt  Unrk _ lm������ till _  '.it'll ul   f-tltli   In   C'ntlon   in-   nail    tin  ! .tn-- li,-.-.n rt * v... 1 - -   ,| I,-.- ������nil'l!Hl cr,-,J|..|f(   fifixl  ���������|.>lil!i-..-n re 1,1 .iiutic'tn 111" Ii'i-inc������.. lie will  M-ulin bl-ick di" In bi<i noliti.-.l m-. .r I'"v"'t! ���������>">'._'. connect'-.] ulili their con-  iM.uun mat _ 11.1-, tn ins poiuu.u  m...t. ; ,.���������,..jn!t b..M...... and  collect all monies for  And how could he  be   expected   to  '!'">',''"iJ'L!',",.;K.,,!.��������� .i,.;.--;r, ]><v>  cither while  it'is  still   <o dreadfully j ' K_',������EltT "ai'Ki'!''^"'  imci't tain wbii-h is goins lo  come  nnt ;   on I'.p.    Ki'lli.-  not judge Ke Hi  is no mind rea.I..  :> ton h.irsblv.  !)<  Furnished Room to Let.  I ilrg'*. r-*ir--.f.sr'-r-.-'iM-. in centra. locnlity;   bath  ������������������ uni.   Ap;.ly at I! 1:11 ir.c ������iTi( ���������:.  Notice.  . TAICE NOTICi: that J, c. II. Jfackinlosli.  inlcnd Ibirly (:!u) days from date 10 nniilv 10  Ihe Chief Coiiiiiiis.iiiuer of [.an.Is and Works 10  p'.ir'-biiM: tl'.e fnllon-liiu tract of land si 1 Milled  on lhc i!n.| shore of Upper Arrow i~,ake, soiuh  of mul adjoining Lot __l..l. Croup 1: Commencing nl 11 po'-t iiMirkcd (*:. 11. Mackintosh, norlli-  we-.t porncr, siiid(post niljoiniug the'southwest corner "f l.(il I'-I.ll, (i. l; thence enst  twenty CM) ehnins; thence south fortv (10"  chain.-; ihencewcst twcnlv (20) cliaius, 'more  or less, to lhe shore of Upper Arrow Lake;  llieueo north along the ..hore line to point of  commencement, containing eighlv (SU) acres  more or less.  ,   , - C. II. MACICTNTOSU,  July Dili, 1S09. . Per X. 1*. Town.sl-._i).  -Notice.  Notice is hereby given tlmt I, llie undersigned have purchased the business of .1. P.. Hull  it Co., butchers nt llevelstoke, all accounts  owing to anil bv .I. It. Hull & Co.. Hevelstokc  branch, will be collected ami pair] hv me.  JAS. WO'OI'KOW.  FARM   FOR  v    SALE CHEAP.  Composed of RIO acres, 100 acres under crop.  200 acres bottom land unbroken and well  adapted for grass growing; two largo irrigation  ditches, in good repair: situated y, mile" from  Okanagan lake; splendid'��������� nit growing locality; all kinds of fruit now becring; particularly adapted for stock raising,���������one of the best  ranges in the province House, sliible and  other outbuildings; a beautiful stream running through the place,���������abundance of trout.  Farm all fenced. Stock: -10 head horses, 1.10  head cattle. Waggon, sleighs, mowing machine,' two horse rakes, a complete outfit of  farming utensils. Also an intorest in wharf,  *12 milcsi'mm-roachlandra mining towirmrtlie  lake and .1 miles from the well known fruit  farm on Trout creek. Dally .steamboat connection. A paradise for .sportsmen, ptentv of  wild game. l'rice: $1,1 per acre, incliii'ling  crop, stock and implements.   Inquire or write  to OJUINETT IUIOTIIKIIS, 1'eill il'tOIl, II. C.  J',.-.���������V, mile from wharf,���������on map known as  Harelay YVhnrf. fi0")8  Jas. I. "Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Healer in���������  '  Beef, Pork,  "    Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly filled.  a;;yi.rng'_.������ets. REFnbffiPOKE, b.gs.  'attires   Own  Health   P.-.'STver."  The  KI- phanr. Corps. '  An Engli_-.il newspaper, in un article  on the Siamese army, Kays: "In 0110 ro  sped thu Siamese army is superior to  overy ether, and thnt i.s in its elephant  corps. Eight bandied of these animals,  "vbich nre stronger, tbcuj'b smaller,  than those of India, are organised into  a special corps, crjminiwidi.ri by a ritireri  Anglo-Indian oflicer, ui:d their btads,  trunks and other vulnerable parts firo  protected against bullets by India rubber armor."  Cabinet  The Hie insurance  cciiip.inies  doim;!  business in town are  waiting  lbe  de-!    cisinii   of I lie   15. t'.   board   of   unil"i-|  wiil ers wilh regard to til"- expedient y j J^g   f)^]?������K������X      R^f h  of raising the   rates   befoie   dceidiii};'  x: hei I'.or: lo pay the _*.2o fee imposed by j  the city or to  '_'(_   out   ef   business  inl  1 1 -���������.  town   itlloftcther.     The   lli:i;.\r.n   ni-; T'lribb Kb*:,' ������'  IFoau-.    -a^- Health. I.II7;.,' 4-  ,,..,, , , .      I Mc'Ih-.r..- ft-:.'I  In,-tj,r Mil*.    ': b* -(��������� l(.,ih^ .ire j -s-  l.u-i'ly tails >o seo   why   the  tiinipiinic.-. 1 fi^-nut,    Ton.:,/.    Clean-in;.'.   J'.<--!Jii.!...iig, ; ���������>  Ir.vi_(orai;,'!g, .���������i.vn.^h'-niri.r It. :i,, Iji'ly, I "r*  1,1(1,)-'. rn-.is'-I,--, ri.-firt, i-t", IV,r f';rli:'-r ;,ar-{-J*  li'-iilur'. in/or.:i'i-.:-,u or circui'ir^ apj.iy to  ^.1..|.+.j..1..j..^^.{..1..j..j,.|..5..j..j..j..1..j.,1,.j..j..|.4.4,  I [n]������^I ^o@^������u������o&  REVELSTOKE, D. O,  Tho north of Ireland is justly famed  for holiday resorts, for ies beautiful  scenery and many spots of historical interest.. *��������� .''*"  BUSH WW WANTED  10 Bush iren.   Wages ?28 to .T^O per month and  hoar-I. ^  .1. ll. I'.ElI.iiY CO..  ���������0->-li1 Ottertail, ll.C.  should kick 11 hour, this fee or talk  iilionr inisiiiK the rales 011 the bead of  il\ Tbe city intends (ospei.d now nud  will continue to spend in future a  very lar^e ainoi-ml in fire proteel ion  from which the insurance companies  will derive considerable benefit, n  benefit out, oF all proportion to the  very trifling Fee. whicli they are asked  to pay For the privilege oF doing business in,town. Every increase of protection meaosdecrease of risk for the  insurance people and consequent,  larger profits. It is stretching business  aitoK'-'ther too much from their own  point of. view   for   Ihe companies  to  ICRILLROOMand 4-  t    RESTAURANT.    *  *~*  = *���������  >{.  ' (2.  OPEN ALL NIGHT.  Chas. J. Aman, ow������. B^on.  For The Choicest  and Best  Fruits and  Confectionery  Cigars and  ���������������������������.���������-::       Tobaccos  . . TRY . .  MRS. W. J. 12EE'S STORE  McKKNZIE AVKNUK. "*  Ice ('reran Parior in cotincctioti.  X  J. V. PERKS,  Prop,    "f;  ���������i"i������T������r"f-!"i"i-i-i"!"H"H"{"i"f -r~i"H"r-^"i- /���������  The Revelstoke Street Car  Company.  Tbo Revelstoke. .Street, Car leaves  Victoria, Hotel for Station at H. 10.  11,12, _, It. I. 5. ������ and 0 o'clock.  Leaves Station for Virtoriii Hotel nt  !).:.). ki.:;o. Ii.:_ ), 12.30, 2.su. 3.30,4.30.  5.30, 8.30. !).:������).  FARE, 10 CENTS.  J. V, PERKS, .     . Proprietor.  aX'w'-*.-h:2'K-:':-S:&S:'K'E������3-:iEK^'KES5'jK'S:-K  Season Tickets can ho ohtiiined from -Messrs.  :.IeCarter, Flindt, Crage or Mayne.  ti'E.VTLKMKX   1..Will's    "5,1.00.   i"-.������.,1l).  Ladles' days :     Mondays,    Wednesdays,   and  Fridays from 1 lo 5 p.m.  Kt.::.' :.-.:.r.i:i.-.i-.i-.yi\-i'.5\/.:'ii ���������', 5S3;"SSS5S3ES5yffiS',S i  BAKER,  GR0CER       ;  ANDGQNrnGTI0NER  ������7&-l liave secured  the services of XV. Kault, a  Ihsi cuifs baker from the east. .  Flour boup-ht in carload lots.  Free Delivery,���������Prompt Service.  Victoria" Komi Hast, Kevelstoke.  eiore  ext Sun;  __n__s_________  Conic and see my slock and fashion plalcs, and convince vinnsclf as to the lo-v  prices 1 am offering for g.iod suits, .suii��������� that lit; no hand-me-.lown getup either.  I'licilicAve., Itevelstoke. 1J.C. JtG."   k_>.      VV XHlSOi-STo  LADIES' EMPORIUM  Tniiin Ptim:i:t, Ccntim:.  Opposite Cowan JMcick.  Latest, Daintiest and Best  Assortment  of Fancy  Goods  in  town.  M. K. LaT^rson.  Chubb & Booth  Contract  "House  Painting.  + SIGN PAINTING, TINTING,  * HARD OIL FINISHING.  +    4<  iJ.  +  { ...Revelstoke, B. C. |  it j.  ���������V-Y  t ATTENTION  -*+**+**'l-M������>*_������_'_'i������_..M.**+*  |2.  ���������I-  Watch attention, carclul, experienced, piiinstakitig altciiiioit. Attention'that will keep Its line  iiicehaiii.in iu perfect condition.  It doesn't take much oil to make it  mark lime, hut it must have that  mile and have It at the richt time.  It !��������� our business to correct all  iliftlriiltio about a watch and make  ll keep correct tiiii".'. Ir is our ambition to add to the reputation we  think wc have, in no smaU measure  already established of doing honest,  thorough wntch repairing. Bring  your sick wutch along. Work  guaranteed.  Ourr._pairdcnartmenl isin charge  of Mr. K. N. Iloyle, an expert In  Knglish, Swiss anil American watch  repairing. :l  ���������J.  *r  _.-*  *  _���������  ".  _���������  ���������"���������  _���������  *.  ���������5-  ���������_  ���������_  *  I Guy Barber* |  T Watchmaker end Jeweler, 4.  j;     McKenzie Ave.   REVELSTOKE.     *  4--r-W-f'I"I-l'+'f'f'J-I"I-.-l-M-I'M-M-*'H'^  SFLKIRK LODGE NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets everv Salurdav  cvening in Oddfellow-'  Hall ntS o'clock. Vlsit-  ng brethren cordiallv  I.nited to attend.  J. MATH IK, Secretary.  Mi>_ "s llr.st and third 'I'licsdnv In everv monlli  111 lhe Oddfellows' hall.    Visiting brethren lull. ������ A RNEP. T. K. L. TA YI.OK.  Secretary. I'rei.ldent.  ROBERT CLAIR  Contractor ....  IlKICK, STONE and I'l.APTKI'INC",  KXUAVATINli, SliWhUAUl*.  RTItKKT tIKAOIXt).  Contracts Taken.  Security given ns called for.  Material furnished If necessary.  Miss Steele  Teacher ol Music, Latin, French. I'encil  Drawing, Landscape mnl Figure In hhick ami  colored crayons, Oil and Water Color on canvass, silk, satin, etc. Kvcnliig cIhsscs in Knglish brunches nnd mathematics. Studio,  Sjiitii I1I.OCK.  TO CLEAR OUT  the stock of J. Ail:enhi>ad ,fc Co., composed of  Watches, Jewellery and  Silverware ^,  we have reduced prices of mime to ami nil percentage above cost, and will continue selling  nl reduced pricej until Julv '2o. We nlso make  a specially of   Watch Repairing   each job heing thoroughly repaired and guaranteed for 12 months.   No cure, no pay.  .Mailorders promptly attended  to, nnd express paid one way.  E. M. ALLUM.  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven venrs  at  Morfa   Works,   .Swansea.     17   years   billet  Chemist   to Wigan Coal and  Iron Co.,   Eng.  Late Chemist and Assayer, Hall .Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined aud reported upon.  Revelstoke. B.C.  11

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