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 _. .������*iv.~!  n  (/ \*~^{J       V       -.- "-*     '     w'������������������ ; f   j *  [\  5X/ ' ^  V <A    !'.U <"',:/ -f  '    .      ~   *    / '���������  >.tf  -ISSTTIEID   TWIOB-A-WBBE: ��������� ���������WIElDIISriESID-A/Y'S    A.3STX)    SA.TTJI^3DA."Z"������  Vol. III.    No.  60.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2,1899.  $2,00 a Year in Advance.    .  i  KOOTENAY  IS  OUR  FIELD  Our business is steadily  increasing. Our stocks ave  larger than e\*er. V/e buy  in car load lots. Our Avare-  room and cold storage facilities are the be������*t in Revelstoke. We have a large  branch store at Trout Lake  City.  The Lardeau and Trout  Lake district is now coming  to thc front; shipping mines  already, and railway transportation by competitive  companies i.s now' a certainty. And Ave are well  prepared to supply miners'  and prospectors' complete  outfits.  Have You  Made Up  Your Mind  Avhaf you' would -like for  Arour new- suit?      No matter  ���������_  Avhat kind of. clothes, style,  cblur or pattern you fancy  most, cmne and examine our  new and up-to-date stock.  Men's Shoes  for Summer  Every shoe in this sIioav-  ing is new;' new iu pretti-  ne_ s as well us in fashion,  material and making. We  haA'e - been appointed sole  agents for the "Slater Shoe"  but have plenty other makes  and 'style's for any prefer-'  ring them.  About  "When Ave sell you an  article at $1 it's Avorth SI;  straight business methods  at this store. Our busiue&s  is to sell general merchandise not only this year, but  next year and years after.  That being the case, it is  simply business common  .sense for us to sell the very  best goods avc can as cheap  as *we can. We want your  trade, and Ave are making it  Avorth your Avhile to trade  Avith us, This you know or  Avill know. All branches of  our business are to be kept  right up to the times and  the prices kept doAvn.  If You Can't  Call on Us  Ave Avill call on you���������just let  us hear from you. Our advertisements are plain facts  plainly stated. We invite  investigation of them in  anv manner.  C.B.HUflLE&CO.  Wholesale and Retail  General Merchants.  Revelstoke,  B.C.  Amid the numerous claims of the Big Store's merchandise for  recognition, Summer Goods stand out pre-eminently above  all others. Every department is shoAving what is best and  fittest for summer Avear; this store neA'er held a better stock  V of summer beauty. Riches behind riches, fresh and beautiful  as a summer sunrise, exquisite beyond all A\rords of pencil or  paint. Cool ! yes to the ideal counterpart of the proverbial  cucumber. Fashionable, beyond doubt, the realization of perfect taste, in the light and fluffy things that go to make  siirainer heat bcavable. Prices ! Avell, they bring cheerful,  pleased croAvds of people Avho buy and are satisfied. Let us 2  run the gauntlet of these hot Aveather needs. Read carefully '$  this special list of " good values."' Try and do your shopping  iiijthe morning.  GREAT NETTIE  L MINE  Pique Shirt Waists  White Pique Shirt Waists are tlio ideal garments tor  summer went', you'll be enriched with a look at  these dainties. l,adies' AVhile Pique Shirt Waists  beautifully made, cool arid comforting cut, full pouch  Front, yoke back, self  Special price.  Ladies' Colored Pique; Shirt AVaists. in checks and  fancy patterns, full fronts and plaited backs irom  yoke, self collar and cull's, Special  a1 m  II   1111(1   lUlllllUlK^   Sl.t,   ..������������>������   |,........  'collar nnd cult's, special lilting,   $1.25.  ....$1.00,  Fancy Sailor Hats  The pith of the story about these hats is that the hat  hover secured the entire '.lot of these the maker had.  . Ladies' English White Sailor Hats, extra quality,  made in the latest fashion, smart, stylish and light  trimmed, with pretty silk bunds. The gist of this  bm; ban-rain* is I hat. it is (he same price wholesale as  the Bin Store's reutail price,  namely.. .** .'$1.00.  1 Summer "Wash Fabrics  From S a.m. to 7 p.m. on Mondav every available  space will be crowded with happy and enthusiastic  shoppers. In Summer Wash Goods we are doing  th" biggest business this season. Cottons vie with  Silks in the. m _��������� _t race For supremacy: Tlie v'astiiess  of onr'slock in these lines and the litlleness'of outplaces avu hard to realize in Revelstoke. Come and  see thejii and compare prices. . :  Mew Prices on Wash  Fabrics ~���������=ra___  Not oue piece marked at its actual or accepted uiar-  . ket value. But tbey must go, even at, this sairilic".  New  AViishiug Prints',   fuse .and newest patterns, at  this special sale, iinly ��������� Wc.  New English Prims, pretty designs, 30  inches  wide,  .special l-^'-  New AA'hite Piques, stylish cord, line Rood*. 30 inches  wide, clearing uut. at  lm.  New White Duck, newust weave, 30 inches wide, for  a,  few days only ISc.  New   Swiss   Dolled Mti.-lhis,   with   woven   dots,  at  this special hot weather sale 15c.  New American Dimity Muslins, of exquisite richness,  this spetinl sale only ." ���������" loc  New  Dress Ginghams,  fast dye. exquisite patterns,  reliable goods '��������� 15c.  New Dimity Dress Muslins, in handsome checked  patterns...: 15c.  Summer���������Dress���������Goods-  and Silks _____  There is a f-iscination for every lady in the beauty  and low prices of these dainty Summer Dress Goods  and tlu> enthusiasm for us is in the increasing volume  of sales. Commencing on Mondav moinitig we  will inaugurate a tremendous sale of Suiiimeriiovel-  ties at uniniitchable prices. .     '  China Matting  -These Mattings make u  comfortable and healthful  JS*1 floor covering., The Big Store is showing a specially  large assortment of China and Japan Mailings.*"  ;*> pieces China Matting, in excel lent patterns 25c.  it pieces Japanese Matting in every quaint style Units  mild, special price Hoc.  Hosiery for Monday  Almost time you'd think to stop onrjtalk about  Hosiery. Can't help it. . n long as we have the good  values and you are interested enough to come after  theni. There should be a brisk demand for these at  tliis special sale.  Misses, and Boys' Ribbed Fine Black Cotton Ilnse.  warranted fast, black, doudle sole heel and   toe, sizes  5 to Si, regular price 45 cents a pair, this sale 25c.  Ladies' Extra Fine. Black Cotton Hose, Hertnsdorf  Dye, high   spliced ankle, double sole, full fashioned,  all sizes,  very special at 15c.  Ladies' Plain Black Oashmore. 'seamless Toot. Full  fashioned, high spliced ankle, extra fine soft finish,  suitable weight for warm weather, tegular price 50  cents per pair, special 25c,  Bath Towels Clearing1  There never was a more opportune time for house  keepers to replenish their supply of Towels. The  values of to-day will be a thing of the past to-morrow.   Come while they last.  Fancy Bath Towels. 20x10 inches,  each 25c.  Special Quality Bath Towels, 21x51 inches, extra fine  quality, each 35c.  Pure   Linen   Bath   Towels, extra   large size,  30x00  inches, special,  each -lac.  BATHING TRUNKS, all sizes, each 25c.  Men's Summer  Underwear  Don't make any mistake about it.     There's a spell of  good hot weather ahead of you.     Now  and  then   we  get a gen) le reminder of  it      Belter be ready  with  plenty of cool light weight underwear.     We have an  ideal collection, from 35 cents a piece to (hose elegant  garment.'* at "j"2.-'5('.        Between  these  prices   there's  ample variety to please every buyer.  Men's Fine Thread BalbriggaiiUnderwear, shirts and  drawers, French neck, sizes 31 to +1, each at..... .33c.  Men's Fine Balbriggan Uiidevwnur. shirts and drawers, ".'overloeked-.-.i-inis.'   French    r.eck,  .'warranted  double thread, sizes 31 to '11, each at .'.50c.  Men's Fine'Merino Underwear, shirts and drawers,  silk fur _'il. pearl buttons, overlocked seams, French  neck, light summer weights, all sizes, each at 75c.  Ladies' Kid Gloves at  $1.25���������_   BnVJtCKLiaQiV  Were $1.50 and $1.65,  *V,  rhumb  ������  Ladies Fine French Kid Gloves. Close patent T  Glove. Ihe perfection of (it and elegance and comfort,  3 strand embroid.'ry aiul welts Tie match, 2 Dome  fasleneis, sizes oh to7J-, regular $1.50 and $1.03. this  week's price : $1.25.  250 yds. of Veiling's  Silk tulle and lish nel. chenille spot, regular prices of  these goods 25c. and 30c. sale price ,. 20c.  $2. for a Ladies' $2.75  Umbrella ���������^^  Ladies'21 inch Unibri^'_ filled with paragon  frames,  ���������natnr.il-wooibHntba^goi.^tiVafietyiofifaiic.y���������handles.-  regular price $2.75. special $2.03.  Ladies' Puft Ties  3 Dozen Ladies' Satin Puff Ties, in Blue. Cream  and  ctrdiruil.     These ties are made (from a fine quality of' ]  satin.    Regular 75e. and 85c, on sale at 50c.  Men's Silk and Satin  Ties at 25 cents  5 Dozen Gents' Silk and Satin Neckwear in stripes,  clieckj and fancy pal terns, made up in four and band,  strings, bands, bows and knots, all silk lined and  well finished. These arc odd lines, we are selling  tlii-m now at 50c. and 73c. I.o  clour al. 25c.  Men's $12 and $15  Suits at $10.  25"only���������Men's   Fine   Imporled Tweed Suits, single ���������  breasted sacque, warranteed fast colors, line  farmers  satin linings, perfect in lit atid finish, while they last  at only ". $10.  Boys' $2. 2-piece Suits  Cut down to $1,25  15 only���������Boys' 2-piece Suits, in tweed and well made,  regular $2.00, while they last $1.25.  REPORT OF A. H. HOLDICH, THE  KOOTENAY EXPERT.  HE SAYS SHE IS A GOOD ONE  The Development of the Mine Well  Devised and Carried Out.���������Operations  Have Reached a Stage at Which it  is Legitimate to Commence Stoping���������  The Nettie L a Regular Shipper.  Kevelstoke. li. C��������� .Inly Hist. I SOO.  til the directors-, great av estern  Minks. Limiteh :  Gentlemen :  Having at the request of your manager. AV. B. Pool, Ksq., visited and  carefully examined your property  known as tho Nettiu L mine, near  Ferguson. B. C, I have much pleasure,  in reporting on it as follows:  locality.  The mineral claim in question is  situated nearly on lhe summit oF a hill  some 3.000 Feet abovo and lo lhe east  nf the townsite of Ferguson, near the  north fork of the Lardeau river, and is  of the full size, 1,500 feet square.  VEIN.  The vein, where it outcrops on the  surface, is Fully 20 Feet wide, with well  defined walls, and consists of quart'/,  with much iron oxide (or carbonates),  iron pyrites, galena, grey copper ore.  It strikes, as is usual in Ihis district,  about N. AV. and S. E., and dips to the  east at a very high angle, being in fact  nearly vertical.  COUNTRY  ROCK.  The country rock appears to. be  schist, carrying much graphitu and  very frequently small quantities nT  iron pyrites; near the smfaco it is a  good deal" broken .-np and partially  decomposed ' through natural atmospheric agency.. ," '.'  , :WORK 1)0X13.  The work, done on the vein is extensive and thoroughly planned, indi-  cating.the character and course of the.  vein in a most utiinistakeable manner*;  At t.he outcrop, near the tip of the  hill, is a long, dee)) open cut with a 20  foot shaft. A-short-distance nwny  and a little lower down is-another  open cut some 20- feet-long- anil; a' 10  foot tunnel, all on the ledge, and all  showing the same iron-stained quartz,  with pyrites, galena and it little zinc.  This preliminary work having sufficiently indicated the direction, of the  vein, your manager decided on driving  a tunnel to tap the ledge some 100 feet  below lhe surface, and this tunnel (No.  1 lunnel) caught, lhe ledge , as '.-was  expected alter being driven about 100  Feet, proving it lo be, at Lhat depth.  Fully 30 feet wide and still carrying  the same varieties of mineral,0" but, of  course, with rather less oxidised matter. It Jivas noticed, even at this  depth, that the vein was rather shaken  npand broken lhrough undoubtedly  still in place.  NO. 1 TUJtNEL.  Drifts have been run on thc vein  about 75 feet each way, and in addition  there are two crosscuts and a 25 foot  winze; but at the time of my visit tliis  was full of water. This tunnel and  the other work connected with it  haviiigst ill Fiirtherconclusively proved  tho-trond.of tho_v(������in,  your  manager  and branches oft' about at right angles  lo lhe main vein. Ic carries similar  values nnd will probably bo found to  extend a considerable distance. Just  at llie .junction of this spur with the  main vein a largo body of rich oro has  been discoveied: no uncommon circumstance iu mining. Considering  this fact, and lhat No. 2 tunnel is so  far advanced, it may safely be left to  the manager's discretion to extract if  lielliinksproper.il certain amount of  ore from lime to time from such  points in the tunnel (No. 1) as may  seem prudent, without oil her robbing  the mine or endangering the men  employed, but. it would bu against the  principles of good inining to have  done so any sooner. Money, of course,  must be expended, and iu my opinion  it may safely be left to the manager  lo ship some of the best ore if occasion  requires.  ADVANTAGES  Ol" TUNNELS.  It is perhaps unnecessary to pointout  tliatanyminethatc.nl bo worked by  tunnels has enormous advantage over  one, that, can only be worked by sinking shafts, us no pumping or hoisting  gear is required and all can be done  by lhe action of gravity, bntjudgnierit  and sound common sense must be  exercised in the matter of deciding  where the tunnel should be located in  in order to obtain the most economical  results.  WOOD  AND  WATER.  There is abundance of first-class  timber on the property For all mining  purposes, as well as ample water supply of excellent quality, whicli is a  very great advantage'to a mine; the  limber in particular beingalmostall of  asize, commonly used for props, etc.,  though theie is plenty available, of  both larger and smaller dimensions if  needed.  TRAIL.  The present trail from Ferguson to  the claims needs considerable improvement, but it would not be an expensive matter, and the benefit, derived  from a quicker and safer road for the  packtriiin would niore than repay the  cost. It. might be built on a wagon  road grade with advantage, as then iu  the evont of a wagon road being constructed eventually, "part of the work  would bo'already done.  AERIAL TRAMWAY.  I think, however, that by far the  best way to transport ore down and  supplies up, is some forni^nf * the .endless wire, rope-way. Hallidie's system  is the least expensive to instill, though  many people prefer that known as  Bleichert's. <.  In conclusion, at the risk of seeming  slightly unprofessional, I desire to  express my entire satisfaction both  with the appearance of your property  and also with the way in whicli it has  been managed, and sincerely hope  that your greatest hopes may be realized, v,  A few. assays may not be out nf  place as showing the. value of the ore,  which of courso varies considerably,  but is all good:  THE CP.R. MOVE FIRST  COM  -RACT FOR THE A. & K. RY.  HAS BEEN LET  THE RACE BEGUN IN EARNEST  Big Force of Men to be Put on at Once  ���������Wages to be $-.50 and $3.00 Per  Day���������To be Completed by October ist  ��������� Selkirk City Will be a Whirlwind  ���������The K. & S. Will Follow Suit.  Last, night, Capt. Roman, says the'  Trout Lake Topic of the 20lh ult.. of  lhe s.s. A'ictoria made a special trip up  lhu laki; from Selkirk Cily to bring  lbe news lhat the contract had been  let for the section of the A. fc K. railway between the Foot oF Trout lake  and tbe head oF Kootenay lake. Over  500 men are now engaged on the line  ind it is the expressed intention oF the  contractors to -'put on a man For every  stump"' between Selkirk City and  Lardo. The wages have been raised'  From $1.75 per clay to $2.50 and $3.00  and it is expected that tho road will  bu completed to the southern extremity of the lake by the 1st of October.  The section of road (between Selkirk-  Cily and Trout Lake Cily skirting the-  lake shore will also he let ar.d |it is-  stated emphatically that by next'  Christinas trains will_.be running into  Trout Lake City.  The work on a wagon road between  Selkirk  City  and  the  point at which*  the ferry ciosscs the  Duncan, will  be  commenced this   week,  the  intention-  of the.  contractors  being  lo bring all  their supplies for. lhe  15-milo  section"  from  the  foot of the lake south, over  the   Trout lake wagon   road  shipping'  by steamer from Trout Luke City.    If  no obstacles are encountered the lake-  will be  lowered, this, however, is  not',  certain at present,   Mr. Doucet saying-  that there might be some trouble, with-  tlie K. & S. people in   this connection;"  A wharf will be built, at Selkirk  City ���������  in the course of.the.next few days and"  every arrangement  made to take care-  of the supplies when they, are  floated'  down the lake from here!  There is now not thefnintest shadow'  of doubt concerning  the  sincerity of  the   C.  P. IVs "intention   to   connect"  Trout   Lake   City   with   the  head 06  navigation on -"Jvo'otehaylake, for the.  ahovp  statements "are  authorized   by"  A. E. Doucet, constructing engineer of  the O. P. R.  '  'Grub  sample from dump ..   I-l.O  Trace  Trace  iootvvnll iiiTim. No. 1 1_MU     _Je  Nona  5 fl. iicro-s vein, north ill if I   2S.0 Truce  Trace  Iron  'vrlius In Vein    a 1.0      fS  1-S  Mine SITU.O   T 10.0    flja  '.0i  .    MOO    ?���������".00  S.O.  .        S.11  Tr'ice  9.(4  <      S.-..0      U  1.  '   901 0  I am. Gentlemen.  *<*tf*v*#w**w#������wtf*r**������^  wisely determined to put the property  into shape to produce ore and pay for  itself in the shortest reasonable time,  hy driving a second tunnel on the  other side of'-the-hill some 400 feet  lower down than No. 1 tunnel, to  catch the ledge nearly at right angles  at that depth. .  NO. 2 TUNNEL.  This No. 2   tunnel   is   being driven  through black graphitic schist and" i.s  in about 250 feet, the manager expecting to tup the vein  in about anolher  250 feet.   But there seems to be 'blind  leads' on tho properly, that is to  say,  iiiir.etalized veins which dp not appear  ou the surface���������.-is  a vein   of quart'/,  carrying galena and grey copper  bad  just been  found at tho time   of my  visit, though itk thickness and  value  wliich may easily be very considerable  had not then been1 determined.  SYSTEM OV MANAGEMENT.  Before leaving tho subject of this  lower or No. 2 tunnel, I think  it  only  just to your  manager to say  that it  was most distinctly  necessary  work,  calculated to put the mine on  a  paying basis with   the least possible expenditure of time and  money,  us  it  will give you a  body of ore  fully 500  feet to the surface to work upon when  it strikes the vein, and while of comse  drifting will be  carried  on  simultaneously with stoping,  yet no   further  tunnelling will be needed for ,years to'  come.   Although   to those   not well  versed    in    systematic   mining (and  there are many of them, some holding  high positions in B. C.,) it might seem  that the ore found   in   No. 1 tunnel  should have been  extracted and sold  to   help   to    pay   expenses,   yet this  method   is  known   to   old   hands as  ���������' picking the eyes out of a mine," and  is most deservedly repudiated in  consequence by all sensible managers.  SHIPPING ORE.  Returning now to No. 1 tunnel;  there appears to be a spur in the  south drift which is verv well defined  Yours faithfully,  A. II. Hodoicu.  Notes from Fish Creek.  Fisir Cueick Camp, .Lardeau District, AA7est Kootenay, July 23 ���������The  snow is now almost gone and in another week the highest, places will be  thoroughly exposed. Prospectors are  busy with assessment work and an era  oF activity is confidently expected.  II. O. McClymont has obtained a  bond upon the CoppoiyKing and has  sent men up to commence development. V  Assessment work has exposed eight  inches oF line copper 11 re on the Copper  Dollar, one of lhe extensions* on the  Brunswick last year incorporated with  the Lardeau-Goldsmith Company's  properties.  The Alma, at the head of Pool creek.  is one of the most proini'-iiig prospects  in the district. Two veins of solid  galena ore nie reported aggregating  27 inches in width.  Napoleon AA'ells. of Spokane, spent  last week in the vicinity of Pool  creek and IcFt for home with a most  favorable, impression of the richness  of tbe country and the avowed intention of seeing more of it in the near  Future.  The Kootenay Lumber Company  are now loading lumber directly into  cars at the mill, a great improvement  on the former plan of reloading at  Arrowhead.  Wanted���������A good   man  to run the  Lands iind AA'orks department.    Pend;--  iog the  engagement of a  competent"   ������������������  man. it. might be advisable,Forgone of 7  the clerks of the department  to  place-  a porous plaster on the safe, and see ifv '  he  could  not draw  the wages of the-"  men who have  been working for the-  governiiient on roads and trails in this  neighborhood.���������Topic.  The right of way  in   the A. it K. L.*-  railway has been cutout within fifteen  miles of tl.ie foot of the lake. '  O. D. Hoar is  progressing satisfact-'  orily   with   his" trail   to  the  Empiie-  group.    He is now-.-iesoss  the summit"  lj-ing between the claims  nnd rGainer  creek. '  <,  c   - *?,  THE. BOARD OFTRADE MEETING.:  Discussion of Points to Come Up at the"  Rossland Convention. ;-- -  A special meeting of the boaid of*  trade was held here last night to* dis--  ctiss the various points which are to  come up at the Rossland convention-  tomorrow. The thief discussion was*  on the first item, the. recommendation '  of the crc-ation of a county council for'"  Kootenny, which was lirst started liy-  the Kaslo board. -Air. Kellie, M.P.P.,  objected to tbe ci cation of "this council "  as taking power and revenue niviiy-  froni tiie province. The other points*.:  including the eight hour law, were all -  discussed, and no objection raised to-  the delegates speaking and voting on  any nf them nt the convention.  T. L. Haig and   I.  T.  Brewster, the ���������  delegates, left lor lhe  convention this  morning,  >>-_   The Adair Group.  ��������� Ed. Adair left this morning for the  Adair group on  Laforme creek.   He  took one more man with him this trip.  A Pleasant Evening.  The Kpworib League meeting at thc ���������  Methodist cliurcli  last   Monday  even--  ing was both interesting niu! instruct- -  ive.    The debate was   "Resolved   that  church   entertainments,    socials,    tea "  meetings,   etc..    for   the   purpose   of -  raising monev for  the church  are  fit -  i'  and   proper.*'    II.   L.   Lovoring, -sup--  ported by Chas. F. Lindniark. took the :  affirmative,  R. P. Pettipiece.  assisted ���������  by F. Bnkei, the negative.   The judges -  gave   their decision   in   favor  of tlie..  afiirniativc. by one point. Afterwards, ���������'  however, both the afiirinatiite speakers  avoived their disapproval of what they ���������  were upholding, much  to the delight  of all present. .,  Mr. Adair is paying $3.50 for the S-T.E. L. Taylor...  hour day and says they are getting! K. D. Johnson..  just a3 good results as with the 10-  hour day last summer. Mr, Adair is  a practical miner and speaks from-  experience. Since becoming a "manager" be has,not got the -"swelled  head,*' as has been the case so ofjten in  this country, . -.  Revelstoke Gun Club.  The  following   was    the   score    afc'  Saturday's   shoot, of  the  Revelstoke  Gun Club, out of a possible 25 points,  j 15 known traps and 10 unknown: <    11   :.. IS'  AV.M. Lawrence _  10 '  A. J. Macdonald  19  G. Barber  11  ���������H. A. Brown  H'  A.-McRae 21  Mr. McRae took tbe gold button for '  the first-class and Sir. Taylor for.the-  second, nn third class shots took part. *&>v\  e  Kevelstoke   Herald'  .   Published In Interests o  ReT������l������������k������.   LnrdcRU, Bis Benrt, Trum -aH*  Illlcillemet, Albert Can j on, .hirumi  t'a������a aud Kiml* J*i������>_ XJiHirli.14.  JOHNSON  . Propriety i������  | The Ontario machine is evidently  accustomed to being hugged, and lu  fact rather likes it. lt Is an Instl-  'tution whicli sooms to prosper much  ' better on ims r,ldo of the Atlantic  ithan in England, where narrow  minded and unprogrossivo legislators  ;huve imcereuioiilously sent il and its  a .4������uil-Wr.u-ly Jo(irn_!. published In tlu-(bugging admirers to the penitentiary.  Uwrv������u ol Ko.eietoko urn Hie turroundinM; ,��������� Canada, however, it pays to  3_^^n_in^wirh2n\1i,ii������ft^ iaaUDtf [belong to the machine, and the fore-  i_ver-_iing Rate*: oii-viay ads, *1 SO per ! man of the start is rewarded bv ap-  (o'litniBt-eh���������������w^"nehwV'������,l?^ruM?naltii? P������>inlnlent- to some high offlce. This  Wft. ^-siShr^i.U'^KiwiiL^ Is the reason why thc tone of Cnnad-  l'������wlln������noiic������!ii, 15c vsrllnrcftcb ismii'- Hijh, ,j.an political life is gradually becom-  ^BJSS^n^^rll^IaUor'carri.r.lJnol511? higher nnd higher and the polltl-  >_riu-_������in- ������i������Jor six monihi, .trial* m |cal kissing bug has become a recog-  __T__et.   ' T v   nizftd institution.  Ji? J������h  BfPanmeni:    'nn  UkkaI.-" Job 1           i-������>Yni_������"l  ������  one   at   llie     Iwsl    "NV11",1"1 I g=^=r-.-=_ _  1  orintUBI oSces in W������si Kooteniy, Mid is pre- I  SiSS*.������xS_t������ all hinds ot uriutln������ !n flr-itjWHY  PARLIAMENT   WILL   PROROGUE  riw sule nl honest prices.   Ono prico to Ml. j  ^^\^^ra"c"d^raoue������uiBa &"_!     Tht-  fact that the government has  A MILLION A WEEK  ��������� were too sick to move.  ' them from their  They came to  camp 20 miles dls-  bringing  with   them  ui._._._,.��������� n., n,��������� r������������������������-���������m������������������_     unul ������h������ supplies   ot  moose  and   other   meat,  Wanted Dy the Government-Kow  the  ^   there   tho   ^     l.ema,nC(1   unU,  j tr.nt   regularly,  Expenditure Grows-West Huron  Ballots ���������Out Goes the Gerrymander  I  SUBSIDIES BROUGHT  DOAVN  "ll'-^^-dS.:   Wo lm .    commpond  ������ee wn any subject ot in"*r.-������f v.- llio k������dciiiI  S   IlJ d������lre������ rellabl.   regulnr cori.es- . m  Kndeit    to     every     local,' ^..surroundinR leral  fc-.Tolsto-e  In aU eases lhc bono _d������ I'-Hino jnjty  reused   to  listen    lo  the  suggestion  mado   by  members   on  both  sides ot  tho house that, there should be a 11b-  tddition  to  tho seslonul   inilcm-  of  $1000,   will  undoubtedly  tend  ������< the writer menWMmtanrmanusinpt. out I lQ   6horU;n   Ule   Bcssion.     GrUs     who  ' Adi������^f_ll������).nmunii������'tion������ " ! had an equal prominent* in tho agri-  jthcy were able to be moved and  t.'ikcn to the Indian villago. Mr.  llrown says that in the northern districts it Ib almost impossible even  with a diet as nearly as possiblo to  vegetables, to keep from having  scurvy, which Is the worst of all  things that can happen to a man .  iu thc north, and In tho misery of "'^  Iv-hlch her orgets all his other troubles.  Address all eotfimum  REVELSTOKE HERALD  NOTICE TO C0RRESP3NDEN1S  tation   with   members   of   tho opposition   have   submitted     to     tho   stern  j"No"   of  tlieir  leaders,   and, although  jtho. refill   will   be   received' with   no  i���������_i_n- llittle disgust by many members.    Sir  ICRIOIJ   .���������riiv_|,i    ���������,,,.l_...   ������������������..     _,.!_.! ...    I  iAVilfrid aurler can now rejoice in tho  l    4.11 (spondetice    muit   ho  ^%Ur?������������id'BdncofthX������"nlnK'' person*! certain  knowledge, that  a "highly dis-  n>atur mas-  he binned with ti.s pr I" nttl"������ .agreeable posHibllity has heen rcmov  Ottawa, .luly 22.���������Several important things have happened thi" week.  In the llrst plueo the finance minister has brought down a formidable  list of supplementary estimates. This  sheet calls for uu expenditure o������  $5 ���������U'7,3'14 in addition to the  _*.4(l,28(i,551 asked for In the main estimates. Altogether Mr. Fielding  wants ?Cl,7S3,S81 tor lho fiscal year  beginning this month. For current  expenses alone ho uska for moro than  $���������13,000,000. Other supplementary ������,s-  ttmates will of course come nest  spring to supply unlocked for demands.  A   Few   Samples  Some of those proposed outlays are  ."'.'J1-;. m������. o _!8S1 S'MOOo"*. good deal wards in dismay. Sim lifted her be  "1 inn h, vear imd as far un ruffled skirts daintily ami tiptoed  Z  ,l   sec,  much   moro   Ito      tlio' m-oi nrt  on  her pointed   French  shoe-  govenfment   is'   getting    out  of  tUojin her  effort to avoid  the things of  The Paris exposition which  Ottawa, July 28.���������Tho railway subsidies were brought down last night.  They amount to ?G,500,000, making  1500,800,000 to be voted in all this session, Tho Rainy River railway gets  $900,000. The Edmonton, iukou and  Pacific road getB a subsidy on a CO  mile road from Antler Station to  Moose Mountain, and the Western  Alberta railway gets a 50  mile sub-  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  IMPERIAL   BAJ1K  ef the writei  3. i oneouondence  Ith   ri-.teren-r   to  any j  p. ptr before ll can appear in Tme HiK___ .  THE ART OF SWIMMING  TRAIL OF THE GUM  CIIEWER  It   K.presents   $800,000   a    Yoar     a.-:  This Janitor  tlguros  it  Tho Janitor raised himsoU' to a  half standing posture and waved hi*  brush   with   an   air  of  command.  "I.t ok out." ho said, "don't step ou  then'   things.    They'll   stick."  The   young   woman   jumped   back  to   the  ed.    There was something more than  ��������� respect  for    the    country's    treasury  in   thc   government's  refusal   to  vole  extra   pay���������the   earnest     desire   thai  the session shall end with all possible  speed   was   a   factor   in   thc   decision  which  numerous JI.  P.'s  bewail.  ,,        ,i���������������ti_  rt  c?f>na.lor i    Members  of     parliament,    aro   per-  The  lamentable      dealh  of  Sonalo,mlUca   l0  (lrnwn   $8       . i,  Sanforrt by drowning in Lake'     ������������������    session   progresses.        On   Friday   of  '������������ aff.ordKs a"������U'cfr SSii? The ln8t woek th0 320th dfty or the ������OH-  value of the art of ^lmmi������& ^Ision was passed, so that by tl.e enfl  tracedy  took   place  near      tlic^norc of  the  ^^  ^   certainly  before  the  end of August, every member, if he  chose, will have lifted thu last cent  of his indemnity. Ottawa is not the  kind of a city that even an M. P.  from way-back cares to live in for  fun. AVhen ho has drawn his earnings, or the balance thereof, the  beauties of life on Parliament hill  wil fade away und there will be glad  adieu to Ottawa.' It will bo a scattered fow that keep the wheels of  parliament grinding after August 1st.  That is exactly suited to the desires'  ot tho government. What legislation is left will be run through with  a speed that would nut the Impreial  Limited to shame. Now, that tliere  is nothing more coming for cm-rent  expenses, it seems hardly possible  that prorogation should be dclaved  beyond August 10th, and not a few  are willing to gamble on an earlier  date.  COlit  _ov-  ipar  will  country. ,  ���������   .     .  is lo take place in VJ00 is to  $17-1,000 this year. Last year the  nrmnent paid a large sum in prepai -  ii^bocau^urmrthesa^chieti'l   don't  see  anything.    It  can't    bo  issioner   is     In     charge     who   miin-  :i(.'cd the Candain section of the l'hll-  whi.h   she   had   been   warned.       Sh':  looked   about  but  no  whero   did   sho  sue   evidences   of   the   danger   points  referred   to.  "AVhat   do   you   nicnV"   she   asked.  T-hich any one accustomed  water could have reached in a few  moments, even if fully dressed. 1 hose  who have learn to swim have learnt  also to avoid excitement when nlung '.*.  into water, and to take tho necessary  steps to avoid drowning. Loss of  presence cf mind when throwu into  d������p water mc-ajis Iosh of life, wheras  on������ who cannot swim who retains his  seft possession has a good chance of  being rescued. At somo English  schools the boys aro taught not only  how to swim, but how to rescue themselves from the risk of drowning when  accidentally plunged into the water  while dressed. A certain number are  taken every week to the bathing  place and a prize is offered to the boy  who, when dressed, jumps into deep  water and gets out without help. Any  one who has never seen or joined in  such sports, would be surprised at  what can be done in waier with ini-  puniiy by a person who keeps cool l  and knows what to do^to keep his j  head Sn tlie air.      We have seen boys i  and !  udclphia  exhibition,   the   accounts   of  which   wore   a  bye     ������������rd   for   many  vonrs after. ��������� It  is  a  great time al.io  for  the  payment of old  claims.    One  of  S.1,000,  one    of    $S,9:s:'.    one    lo  years old of $51.1-IS and one 28 years  old of  $10,029  are on  the  list,     lwo  at   least   or   the   fortunate   claimants!  in  these cases suddenly developed in- |  lo  strenuous  supporters   of   Sir AVilfrid   Laurier  who   had   uot   previously   enjoyed   their  confidence.  Numerous   Afterthoughts  There are signs of an election in  those estimates. No less than ".������������������'  votes aro asked for wharves, breakwaters and other improvements in  Nova. Scotia alone. It is pointed out  by Mr. Osier that these approprii-  ti'ons would have appeared -in :!*"  main estimates if they had been ar  ranged on business principles. Bui j  there   are   only     3(5   in   the   original j'  list. The balance of the 90. of whieh j ..Dia Vou"���������and the janitor looked  14 are in Mr. Fielding's constituency, ,(l_ .luxiousiy__" ,li(1 you evcr stop to  are brought in as after thoughts at | flgur(, out llou- much money you  the last moment apparently to av .e. iv.alk on in tlle shap0 ot gum cvery  explanation. This way of bringing timc you take a turn tlown *urouri.  in scores ot estimates in the last days \vfty   or  in    ;lnv    of    lll(;so  inlajncss  thi't'."?'.' and she pointed with tho tip  of her parasol to the unsightly blaok  splotches   that   freckled   the   marble  floor.  The   janitor   nodded.  "Hut  what arc   tliey?'   she  asked.  "Them-" said   the janitor with  another   wave   of   his   brush.     "Them's  gum.-"  "Gum?'' repeated the young woman.  There  was  another  nod.  "Hut you dou't mean tos ay���������"  began  the  young woman.  The   janitor   interrupted   her    with  a haughty  gesture.  "Yes," he said, "I do. And I mean  to say in addition, that if there is  any one thing more than another  that is the plague of a janitor's life  it is gum. Our floor is carpeted with  It. If we scrubbers could have our  way there would be a big sign put  [up in overy room and ball in ovory  |building  in   this   town:  NO   GUM   CHAWED   i-i EKE       :  Tho following aro tho western subsidies: Sault Ste. Marie to Mich-  cplcotan Harbor and the main Hue of  tho C. P. R. 60 mllcB, at $4,200 per  mile. Thc Ontario and Rainy River  railway from Stanley Station on tho  Port Arthur, Duluth and Western to  Port Francis, 110 mlleB, at $0,400 per  mile. From Fort Frances westerly  to the mouth of Rainy river, 70  miles, at $4,000 per mile.  An entirely new departure has  been made by the government In tho  rating of theBe subsidies. Take in  thc first instance the Rainy River  '.railway, which will some day form a  link of the great transcontinental  railway competing with the Canadian  Tactile and it will be seen that provision is made that it cannot amalgamate with tho Canadian Paciflc.Tho  independence of this road Is pro-  served as far as it Is possible to do  so.  All roads for which subsidies are  given must grant running powers to  all other railroads. Provision is  made to this effect. In respect to  rates nnd tolls a now clause In addition to the provision which already  exists In the Railway Act has been  provided making it imperative that  inese shall bo approved and controlled by thc government. There is  another Important feature in thc resolution that is that all roads receiving public aid snail be bound to  perform work for the government to  thc amount of the interest at three  per cent on tbe total subsidy voted.  These roads must enter into a contract with the government to do  this.  ..���������mj em  it ftt ,������. p>. f,  1,3'jo  Directors:  II. S. Howlano    Prehtdcni  '(.. K. Mei nil, V ice Pri:i_, |St..l'"ri,t,hii,i  William K.-in.viy,  Robeil, Jalfi'iiy,  Muirb K.u.n,   T.   fiui.h. rbind   atiiv..c  !.:>..:-   '!��������� i .���������:������!.  .*   ,���������     '--,'��������� Ik.c. ',-��������� . -..��������� ' ���������>:���������.���������:���������(.-.-  INCORPORATED 1670.  in  9  A  SpeGia  Liadies  Blouses  A  NEW   COLOR  A PRETTY PAIR  jump  into a stream fully attired, and j    Thbrc   nl.e   innumorable   fiaseK  emerge quite nude, having      stripped 'record  of ono  and thrown one garment after another ! blame   of   his  on the shore.     To such training many j other  person.     Innocent "'men  owe   their   lives.      In   Canada  where j been hung for murder on the  ou  person  ihrowing  me  criminality   upon   an\  have  ,   . testi  mony oi the assassin. AVe have something new just now in two detectives  quarrelling over a dispute as to which  of them sneaked inlo a private bouse  in Montreal and stole a letter therefrom. When Senor Curranza, a  Spanish gentleman, was visiting that  city last year ho was placed under the  espionage of American detectives.  One of them swears that he clmbed up  a ireo on the opposite side of the  street to lhe Senor's lodging and bv  , ���������   . the aid   of an opora glass  be saw  a  will  a surely      drown. Swimming i letter on that gentleman's table   The  should be a universal accomplishment, :opcrn glass must have been one of the  and the earlier     it is learnt ���������   in life (Sam AA'cller pattern which      he     de-  has  a   suspicious ap- j st.r"ects  lakes and rivers abound, where boating is so general, every boy ought to  be taught how to swim and to take  care of himself if tumbled into the  water by accident. Of course, as a  recent event shows, the most expert  swimmer may be drowned by being  temporarily disabled by cramp, but  such an exception only emphasizes tho  rule, tor a swimmer seized with cramp  Is often able to save himself, whereas  h non-swimmer thrown inlo quite  shallow  water,  if seized   with cramp,  the better.  HURON ELECTION  METHODS  One of the most interesting discoveries in connexion with the AVest  Huron election frauds, was made  during the examination by Mr.Powell,  of the house of commons committee.  Briefly      it      is      this: All      the  ballots cbsi for McLean, the Conservative candidate, aro initialed by the  returning officer in pencil,  'scribed as "a pair of patent double  [million magnifyin' gas microscopes of  'hextra. power." Without such an  optical marvel tho letter eould not  havo been seen. This letter the detective claims that he stole by sneaking into our visitor's room in his absence and carrying off his private  property. Another detoctivc declares  that his rival is lying, as he himself  stole tho letter in question. It Is  understood that the stolon letter was  sent to Washington, and from its contents it was concluded that as Senor  Fourteen ballots are initialed in ink. jCarranza was acting as a sm-' of and  the  These are all marked for. Holmes:  government candidate."  These 14 are not only distinguished  by the fact that they aro initialed  with ink, but they are of a lighter  color, and much heavier paper than  the other 111  which were  for the government of Spain, be oticht  to be expelled from Canada and was  expelled accordingly. AVhat facts a  person living in Montreal could discover relating to the Americans  paper than which would be of use to Spain we  handled by ;faji   to  comprehend.      And.   how  anv  the returning officer. They have a ihonorable government could sanction  white edge while the others are black |a detective sneaking into a private  edged. They are also something ;house and stealing a leiter therefrom,  wider. Now these 14 ballots, which iwe aiso ui] to understand. If the  are described in ihe committee as tne .letter had been opened ��������� in the po=t  "bogus" ballots are, as said above all office that would have precedents, but  marked tor ihe government candidate, ieTen that has been condemned verv  ann it is claimed by the members jemphaticallv bv the English people as  whocarefully^examined them that mo ;-a very dirtv business." One  marking is so regular and      accurate"TEnglis"h statesman's^memorv w"ifr^?F  ������s to show them to have been all  marked by the same hand. The suspicious ballots, though they differ  from the other used at same poll, appear io be exactly alike thoso used at  some other polls, suggesting that, some  one obtained      them      from      official  be foul with the stain caused by his  tampering with letters in the post  office. To settle the dispute it is  succested that both detectives be arraigned on a charge of felony. Their  claim to be guilty should bo accepted.  Both  of  them  should      be given  two  sources. AA nen the ballot exposure -years in St. Vincent de Paul ponlten-  was complete it was no longer pas- itjary. Justice would then b_ done  siolc for ministers to keep back tho 'and the community would b. relieved  rest o. tne c-videneo. To do so would |of the presence of two men who are  be to implicate themselves and their )t������o hardpned as to boast of bcim.  wnole party, and so a beginning was foiom. Canadians do not approve  made with the testimony of tho 'of burgiary being committed bv  voters. ,.   It is not yet. concluded   but  rirlva  so far ss it has gone the vofrs have  siven evidence .In accord with thoir  pr*TiotiK declarations.  riott-rtives any more than bv  the ordinary Bill Sykes clas.: of  operator.  IJ'Tiram. the Canadian mark.-.tmn1.  ���������won the Dominion of Canada  'hnllenge trophy in the N'l'.t inn)  Kido Association  meeting     at   Iiisb y,  flower,   ln  the  form  of      picturesque |r'"Ch  ������i0S"[  ������"  Sat,,r,la>"-      l'"' *Wc  "HUG THE MACHINE FOR  ME"  The rei-ources of the English      language   arc   as   yet   iuexhausted.   New ���������  for  n  l.h.-  i'ort ram   also   ~v  best   volunti" :��������� ;  tm  '.������������������mi  parases are  constantly  being  thrown T'-0'!  a ���������^'0,',  7tm :lrul   -. ������  off. which convex- a world or meaning ll!I?he-'lI fran<! awn-"*"- >���������'  io those who understand the bcautlis  S,'.   ."',  "'   "  of our      tongue.      To Mr.   W.  T.  It. :,,-.^ "  Preston,  ex-librarian   of   the  Legisla- '"'   "'  live Assembly, Toronto, and now an A Montreal il.-siiatch io th ��������� I'-'mlil,  othciai of ib* Dominion government, under date July 23th. says: Mnck'-n-  ihe English speaning world is Indebted zi'-' and Mann are looking io Asia. I),  for the latest literary gem, which ls Maun leaves hore this mornin-; to take  at the same time clear in its meaning, ,lh'-" Empress of India for il;,. i-inof  vigorous In its expression anil full (Jf Centres of China. He derlim d  slxnlflcaace. The occasion on which !statement, saying that the li.n: w ...  Mr. Preston iramed the new phras������ !not interested in nny American iitide.*-  was in a telegram sent by bim to th* 'takings. It was simply to i.ike a  successful candidate In West Elo-in i!&������k over the country, and if there  who owed bis election solely to "the 'w'-rf' a,1-v openings to take a hand in  -machine���������not to the constituency 1,uil<!'ng some of the roads. - Mr.  The machine wiich ,u tnis case ia :M''nn's family accompany iiim lo  used as a collective noun incluuesthe iVancouver, and return to Banff,  hired gang of party heelers who eo w,l6re t,lei' wl" await lliH return, lb;  froa one Ontario constituency to iwi" ,)e aW!,>* for tllree months.  ������n.?������h���������tr . ���������aniP������'atins voters' nets. More sheep are being Imported from  ���������nT���������e ballot boxes, forging bailor. Great Britain to Canada, and the  papers and performing other bemi- .United Steles this season than for  m������ k 1 OD bchalf of 'b" Partv :manv years past. Atnnnn the rana-  -i:fci_/r ~ ?lwm 'ney ar* employe., idion breeders who are mnklns im-  ini? organization constitut.e t.he .portatiant, ar<* A. W. Smith, Mnplo  n_s! iL .J*" u h Mr" Prest*o desired Lodge; John Campbell. Woodviiic;  ~~r'.i,       hues-2d  on  his   behalf,   in Robert  Miller,    Stouffville: John  ���������grateful recognition of the Valuable Jackson, Abingdon; D. G. Hamner  ^?ii<?6 whlffc Jt ted rendered to the &��������� Sons, Burford; A. .T. WatBon,  iini8th, ��������� r* Prceton'B choice. Castelederg; J. H. Patrick. Ilder-  lt wm be noted that an ordinary ;ton. Several of these gentlemen have  Kiss was Hot considered at all worthy .commissions to purchase and im-  of the occasion. Tbe machine -wa. port for other breeders sheep of vari-  worthy of something far more expres- cus breeds, and we learn that num-  ive of the appreciation of its labours; ,ber of the winners at the Royal show  hence the request that it sntxiiii he !at Maidstone have been secured for  closely and repeatedly embraced.   *      iCanaaian sheep breeders.  of   the  session  pea ranee.  Out   Goes   the   Gerrymander  The redistribution or gerrymander  hi' was defeated in the senate on  Wednesday by a vote of SG to 14. Thc  vole was taken on aa amendment  setting  forth  that   the   spirit   of   tho  constituion   required   a   readjustment ^ rosYi 11-      Now    let's     begin  after  the  census and  no  other  time.^-"^^    Th-S   ll01.e   Iojj])y  half   a   dozen        _.    through   a  [big oflice buildings?"  3    The   young   woman     regarded   tho  1 janitor with  increasing respect. "No,"  .she said meekly, "I did not.''  j    "AVell,"   said   he.  "I  have.     1  have  ;a  head  for figures, inherited  it from  j my  mother.    I  studied the thing out  only   a' few   nights   ago.     Here's   the  in ' this  contains  .    . ,    ,, ,     _,    .   i i-iuiuiur..        i ins     nere    n  and in tlie opinion of tbe chambei ilbonti l0fs SCCi abo,It 200 square foe'.,  the bill should not he proceeded w ith Tliei.e.s ,m aver.ise of one freckle  u.itii   after the  next   enumeration  of j f)f iQ   each        arc  fQQt      gee?  the people.    Sir Mackenzie Bowell and  That makos  200  freckles  Mr.   Ferguson   supported  this  motl.in   reckon  th(J   vaU|e of  ,L  frecklc_  it* able speeches. ' The two ministers   ,.ctalis  at  tlle  ratc  ol  six stick  who have seats in  the senate soug.it,     nicklc   ��������� That  mcans  nve-aixt  to argue that the upper house had nc   a   cent   a   8tick  right   to   interfere    with   a   measu.-e | presents   a  fitick|  Now let's  Gum  s   for  ths of  Each   freckle   re-  therefore  it  repro-  Canailian  Postage Stamp  Will  Again  be Red  In about a month the Dominion 2  cent stamp will be issued by the post  office department In a new color,  being changed from the present pur-  plo hue to a rod. This change will  be effected to comply with tho recommendation of the Universal Postal union, which requests for the sake  of uniformity that ecrtain stamps  used by all countries in the union  be of the same color.  Stamps whicli will be of a uniform  color, according to the union's regulations, are the 1, 2 and 5c issue,  these being tho only denominations  most commonly used in the various  countries. The once cent is used  principally on printed matter, the  unit of rates between the countries  being I cent per two ounces. The  2 cent stamp is now the domestic let  ter rate in nearly all the countries,  and tho 5 cent stamp is the International letter rate, the unit being 5  cents per half ounce. '  The uniformity produced by tho  postal regulations consists in recom-  j mending that thc color of the 1 cent  j be green, that of the 2 cent red, and  iof the 5 cent deep blue, or bleu fonce  The present season lias  proved a good onc i'or Blouses  AVe have some choice ones  left, but not all sizes.  To clear out the balance we  have reduced them *20 per  cent.  Commencing  SATUHMV  July 22nd  bi.'iin  '���������'���������.'���������I.    i.'i-i  tii-iV-i-i't'..'.-.t'.i'.a.  Pi'iiuilou       >'' ���������:������������������'���������������������������.::������������������ '������������������< V   ...'(.ii".  Calgary 1'inini  Winnipeg  E.hiwnHi.ii    ivir.ct   .Vlhi'rl    H������~volni.'li ���������  Slratheonii N Irion, II.  IIN'TAKIO.  HiMsiik Niagara KaUt.   ist. thon.".  Fergui- Port Colborne IToronto  Gall, Kut Portaj-e     | Welland  Infferfioll    Sault St. ALiit'leilVnodfitncli  Listowell   Si, (iatiliit-iTivH |Hamilton  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings Bank Department���������1. nposi1.ti ���������  of  $1   and    upwards    received    and  interest, allowed.  Debentures-- Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures ptiicbiisud,  Drafts and Letters of (in-ilir.���������Avail,  able at all points in Canada, United  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  /(inland, et.i'  Oold  Purchased  This Bank Ihsuch Special Receipts  which will bo iiucounlud for at any of  tho Hudson's Bay Co's Posts In tho  Yukon ank iioi'ttioi-n districts.  A. R. B. HEARN,  MnmtKor Rovolstoke Brar.uh  2G  G  affecting only  the house of  commons | sonts   five.sixths' of  a   centt   antl   200  but.   they   were   handicapped   by   the! r..eckie, means SI 33     Now   we've cot , , ,   ,    ,  fact   that  thoir  party   had . moved .m   ^ ���������- ^ J^- gO^^^^Z?*^ two  t^hul^-every^ray. %l^������t fct ^.e  win  be ������������o,  and  $93.10   a  week,   or   $4,841.20   a   year    tUen Ule olrt *' Cont loaU0 Uavin-E ocen  the senate and -roted the six months  heist to the redistribution bill rf  1SS2 and 1892. They did not howevr  inrluence the senate as much as the  view that the bill was-subversive of  tho  constitution.  To Punish  the   Senate  Meanwhile the premier has given  notice of his senate reform resolutions.'if it bo of right to call them  by that namo. The motion asks that  nil address be sent to the queen pray-  in )t Cor such imperial legislation ;-.s  will provide that when the senate  doo'c not agree with a measure inv  has passed the commons the Canadian  g .-.eminent may call a meeting of lhe  the two chambers together, and that  th* action ot the Joint assembly sha'.":  have the same effect as if it had heen  th" action ot the senate, alone. The  scheme provides that, this course can  cn'y be taken a year after the senate rejects the measure and in cass  the bouse of commons again passes  lt. It the senators were expected to I  ���������v/aver because of the threat held  over them by this motion that ihey  would be deprived of their intlepend-  en-'.e and power, some one was disappointed. Earlier in the "week the  government Grand i runk and Drummond bills passed a third reading  as amended, hah* the Conservatives  ���������vbtfn-raV^before^w-ith-ttKr* govern m������__  and half 'against it. But this difference of opinion in one .question jj'il  n.n mean a difference in all. the  proof of idep.ndence of party coi-  irol was followed by an equally  strong proof of independence of  gv.-ernment control. AVhatever action tho government may tak������ -  punish tho senate for the- d'-simr-  tion of the-Yukon bill, whose defeat  i<* now regarded with satisfaction  bv overyone except the contractors  imi 'icated and whatever anser may  re-it in the bosom of thos������ who havf.  lost by the amendments in the Grand  'll-onk and Drummond contract*.  thi public at this time knows that  the people have saved a small kingdom of s;ohl lands hy one art nntl  thai the country has gained some  $3",titr .A year for all time byth.'  oil. .r.  and that isn't counting in the wads  of gum I find sticking around under  the edges of desks, tables, chairs, and  other places, which would easily  bring the amount up to $5,000. Just  thing of scrubbing up. $5,000 > every  year! Why. that's as much us* I  earn  in  10 yoars."  The janitor paused and wiped his  forehead with a corner of the floor,  cloth. The young woman sighed in  sympathy.  "Then." he  went on presently,  "by  the   time  you    reckon    on   150   more  office .buildings,   and   the   post   office  and city hall, and other public build- j  ings,  you   have a   grand   total    of  at  least  $SOO,000  a  year  right here     in I  New  A'ork that    is    stepped    on  and |  stuck to. and cussed j at. and  scraped !  off and wasted.    No wonder the gum |  people   get  rich."���������New   A'ork   Sun.     i  surcharged to the value of 2 cent  s'amps, will be Bold at that ratc and  used in the samc manner as thc 2  cent stamp. AVhen tho latter are all  disposed of the color of the purple  2 cent stamp will be changed to red.  This will not require any new plates,  so that thc face of the stamp will  appear just the same and the same  dies will be used in its production  The new colored stamp will be issued in about three weeks or a month  First Liot Contains  only,   Navy   blue   print  blouses Avith white collars  l.eft'ular price 75c for (>()c.  Second iiot  5    only,    black   and    Avhitc  striped print blouses.  10 only. Avhite lawn  8 only, black sateen  Regular price $1.00 now SOc.  Thind     Uot  only, Avhito  lawn   blouses  fancy tucked  Avlitte   col-  .  lars and.cult's.  Regular price $1.25 now $1.  Fourth Uot  r> only, i'.inev striped   French  ol'l'illt   bitmaps.  Regular price, $l.������0 for $.120  Fifth Dot  10 only,   fancy   striped   pique  blouses.  11 only, colored pique blouses  Regular-pi ice $2.00 for $1.60.  Hotel  Plumper's   Pass,  Mayni Island. E. C.  Mldw.-iv between Vancouvei' and Victoria  TH**   ���������--r.   MARIE   BANK  Thin hotol   is pituate'l   "n nn(-  of llie  mo5t  I bountiful inlands in tlio Ciilf of Georiri.-i  :    Clim-uo. rloli^htfnl; (rnod boating and nailing;  ' lawn UMini" mill liathlntr.    1    .lu.t tlm iiliu'c to spend a holiday (lurint:   tlio  __, ' hoi mimraer mantlis.. ,,     .  Defalcations���������      The. summer leaves  \ anvmiver on Moiuliiyr.  i and Xow Westminster on Thureilays nnd Sal-  ! unlays.  ,,r  ��������� Moderate rates.   Apply to the Manager.  v\ eir ���������  Rumors    ot    Previous  Herbert   Still   Missing.  Montreal, July 25.���������President*  is authority for the statement that La !  Banqueyille Marie will go into liqni-  liatTon aiirT'wiil not-r^opeTT-lr?s���������dborsr  There are ail Kinds of rumors on the  streets about the bank, ono of the  stories being that, there had been  previous defalcations. Mr. AV'cir  when asked today regarding the reported defalcations prior to the one  with   which   Herbert  is  now   charged  said  that he      preferred      to remain  _ .       ���������,    ��������� _   _   ,       ,,  silent on the suhject. In such      a.Third St.  East 01    SchOOihOUSe  iarge  institution   a few   hundred   dol- '  lirs miSht easijy have gone astray.'  He blamed himself for reposing so '  much confidence in Herbert, but he  had been ill for several montho and  had been unable to devote the. '  supervision that, was necessary. Hp ,  did not know I.nmieux was guilty. '  The chief ground of suspicion against '  him being his intimacy with Herbert.  No truce has yet. been found of Her- '���������  bcrt, the missing teller.  Taxidermist.  UKEBUEADS.  IlIHI-IS, ANIMALS, ETC.  Preserved and mounted.  THE   EDMONTON   TRAIL  K   Milwaukee  Man     Refutes  Lying  Stories  Some  DEATH FROM BROKEN LAMP  Mll.'ord.  Pa.. .July 2S.--A      Georgian  -vnmnn  named   Hibbard.  while  carry-  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  and Soo Line.  iing u light*"! lamp last night fell  On ihe steamer Rosalie which tir- {spilling the oil over herself. The oil  rived in Vancouver on Tuesday was ^grilled her clothes and in flames sh<-  P. A. llrown. of Milwaukee, who came n.n out of th.- house and down the  dov. n with his partner and two other street until she fell to the ground,  n.i-r. They left Chicago a couple Se was taken to' Port Jarvls hospital,  of yearn ago, and have since been on ,1-in ber recovery is doubtful,  the route of thr overland all-Canadian route to the Klondike. They |  hate travelled a good deal of that  time   and   what  is  rathr.r   strange  to  say of a man coming from the Edmonton trail, Mr.Brown is going back  in ___. couple of years. He says that all  me   stories   about  hundreds   of   men  PIVE ITALIANS KILLED  In .Madison County���������Said to Ee  erlcan Citizens,  Am-  AVashington, July 28.��������� i ue state do-  haying  lost    their    lives     there   are jpartment has received from Governor  myths and though there have beon  sor/.c lives lost it has been princi-  pa'ly due to carelessness of the- people themselves that, this was so. Somo  of tho peoplo "who went through wore      adviseri not. to atav in ������h������~ rountrr .ill jadvls^yj lhat thr'-. ot lho ru-m  winter, ae. th������~y had not -ufficienl. j nnturalized American fii.t*np. ' -  clothing, anrl tbelr othor arrange- -statement do������.& not tally with tho ad-  r.-z-ntH were not good. But they stay- ,vic*. that come to the stato department  through   the Italian      consular  Days    Aci-css    thc    Con"  iinent   by   thc  "IMPERIAL LIMITED"  Ti-c fa-tent  and hi-s'  ~qui~ip<(]  train crossing t'.c t'.ori<iin nt.  Foster of Louisiana, a preliminary re  port of tho killing of five  rtalians at j  Talallah.      A  point of intorest.     and '  importance in the governor's      r.bite- j  ment.  In that h<i hnr.  been      officially j  -if* I  Trains 1 avi ���������  :,    tie   (-ne.ilie   <'������������������   1  U ESI.'AY.-.  rm*!..-*_,   -V^   ��������� .,.'  A'i'I.M.iiA V-:  I"'..'.'!.' (,t        rtt      J-Olt  ii-irtin   with  the    palatial   lake  d and some of tbom had simply -to  live off the Indians all -winter. Tho  condition of somo of tho men were  t<r:lble. They wero found by tho  Indians sometimes in the last ntagcr.  of starvation and were taken to tho  native lodges and cared for. In somo  casos the Indians used them with ex-  I -erne kindness. One instance that  Mr.   Brown   related   was     where   tho  officer at New ���������.ieans, who cent hl9  agents into tho country to s*curo Information on this point. Governor  Foster records In his report his appreciation of the earnest dl_.po������lMem  on tho part of tho sheriff of Madison  county, where the affair occurred, to  bring the perpetrators of tbe killing to  'tisllco and to lay all tho facte before  flteam.rs "M_nitoha,"A;b5.ta" and  "Athabasca" across the great lake?.  oe.lfv'es   hatl   fo'und    three  men   who'ths grand jury of the bounty.'.  For    infnrmHtinn.   time    card-.  | rm.p>- am! tickets apply to  T. W. BRADSIIA V,".  Agent,   Iii.-vi-i--L-.ihi*.  K. .1. CVivi.E. A'-sf-fJen.  I\i-*-piiv>,i  Aj'Cni:, Vatiei.-nvci*, B. C,  THE HUDSON'S BAT STORES'  CALGARY  WHITE. GWILLIM & SCOTT.  Barristers,  Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Itevelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  AV. White,. J.  M.  Scott,  B.A.,  Q. C. L. L. B.  F.  L. Gwillim.  HARVEY & Mc CARTER  Barristers,  Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at S per cent.  Onic.es:      Molsons  Bank Block.  First Street, Revelstoke Station, IJ. C.  J. W. Cross, M. D.  Oilier:   Taylor   ll.ui-k, Mackenzie    Avenue,  Kevi-lstoki:.  Surcuoii lo the C. IMC  Ilea th ollk'ui'. eity of Ki'\-elsto  e.  dr. e. h. s. Mclean.  Ofhce  and   Residence  two  doors  east  of Cowan Block.  Third  Street, Centre.  Night and day calls attended to.  .Telephone connection.  The Revelstoke  Herald  [Semi Weekly)  lias more readers In North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more 'advertisers in Revelstoko than any other paper;  does moro job printing in the  city than any other paper; it's  news is more spicy and up-to-  date; its influence is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; its subscription rate is only $2.00 per  annum; it covers the field Try  lt and be with the crowd.  Write to  RE*VELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  CRAGE  and  .   /VlAyNE  Smelter    Tov/nsite  Revelstoke*  WALL ^^  21  (lilts, Ingriiliip,   Miens.   I-'mi-  bosaeil ("llll.-". anil  limdeis   if  all ilesri'ip'.iulil..  The cheapest nnil best stock of  WAIili IMl'EHS in lliu citv.  Liberal   (liscotiiiln  plven   on  all i-asli orders.  I   deal   only    in    W A  I. 1,  l' A P K It S   and solicit an  Inspection of iny stoek.  W.S. Birney  .MeK,E.NZIE J1VB  =���������������������=  Wo Have Ja Good Supply aS ,_  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES   FOR, S;"OT CASH  Gill '".mi una in.   W<iciti livyou  Point Comfort Jlotel  PLUMPER PASS,1  MAYNE ISLAND, B. C.  About    midway    between    Aruncouver  and Victoria.  The hotel is situated on one of the  most beautiful islands ln the Gulf of  Georgia.  Climate   delightful.    ' Good   boating -  and fishing,, lawn.tennis and      bathing.  Just the place to spend a holiday  during the hot summer months.  The house ls well '���������    furnished and ,.  with all modern conveniences.  MODERATE RATES.  Apply to MANAGER.  Steamer leaves New Westminster  every Monday, Thursday and Saturday. .*-3|  T. D. Pickapd  ,__ .-.-.SSJIYER',.  Gold. Silver or Lead $1.50  Copper  2.01)  Gold and Silver 2.00   ���������  fioId-orSilver'and Copper ."."���������"'.' ��������� ���������' .-f-'2:o() """  Gold. Silver and  Lead  3.00  Gold, Silver, Lead and Copper -'1.00  Prompt Attention to Samples by Mail,  Cash Must Accompany the Sample.  FpontSt. Revelstoke  Hotel Victoria  J. V. PERKS, Prop'  Hotel Accommodation the Beit in"the  City foi- the money. -  Heated by hot air: electric lip;ht anil  bell in every room  Hourly sticot car between  hotel and     a  station.  Lnrge anil well lighted sample room.  Free bus meets' all   ttains.  KEVELSTOKE. B. C.  T, L, Haig  Notary Public,  Solo Agent for  Revelstoke  Townsite  Mininp, Firo and  Life msuranc  Ottic -. Opposite C.P.R. Dennt.  Thos.  R. Daivey  ,Trout Lake City  Xot-iry Publio Mining a"d Real  Est'te B'-nkpr uiid epner^l Commie  tin-i A sent- Mines reported on and  E-iimsites given for work. Latest re-  liybi*- information us to claims work  ing atyl fcr sale in the district, Stood1  Poospssts held ea"~y.���������Write tir call, Accountant Letnieux and  Teller Herbert Implicated  P  .  Hugh John's Triumphal Tour���������The Czar's Menial Condition  Causes Anxiety���������Found Dead in Bed at Winnipeg  THE CZAR'S REASON FAILING  In Ills  Montreal. July 27.���������Thc more     the    affairs of the suspended A'llle     Mario -���������-  bank  are  looked  into  lhc  greater  is Owing iu Si cent Occurrences  tho muddle they appear to have been Family .  in  'md  It   will take somo timo to arrive  -it  the  exact  knowledge  of   the  o l..*-n.-.:.-.'.. .'-lily 27.���������A despatch from  bank's  nosH ion.      LU       PsH-ric,      the  St.  rn -.'..burg  announces    that    the  "rench' ministerial orgun last     night czar's icuson is failing so rapidly that  attacked the directors nntl culls upon   on   trephining   alone   can   ho   placed  ibo -(ivcrnmcnt to send down a bank hope of -"living his mind.    His condi-  nmiector to nitiko an investigation so  tion   is    reported    critical    and    the  l -it the guiltv parties whoever  they   Grand   Duko   Michael,   ""    "*"������������������"   **���������'  lie  thc uncle of  are m-iv bo punished. La Patrie tho czar will ho made regent during  iivikcs 'some serious charges against i the puiod ot the operation. ' The  th'e directors and il Is altogether despatch says that tho recent birth  that some aclion will bo taken  of  a   third (laughter   of   the   czarina,  bv    'the     government. Ferdinand  Lemieux, the bank's accountant, who  was arrested last night. appeared -,  before Magistrate La Fontain in the I  police court today. At the eon-  clusion of a conference Lcmieux  pleaded not guilty and the hearing ol  the case was fixed for Friday. Herbert, the bank's teller, who is ���������������������������������������������---  to bo thc principal culprit, has noi.  yd. been arrested. A good deal of  surprise was expressed -���������'���������"��������� i<-  be(amc known that Herbert hatl been  arrested on Friday and had not been  held. President A\reir explained todav that thc teller was lhe" '<; charge  of "a detective and had promised to  make good $15,000. The amount of  bis defalcation was known to be much  larger than that, but it was thought  better to secure what was promised  before taking any further action. The  bank todav settled its shortage oi  $24,000 with the clearing houso and  commenced to redeem i~- -"ies which  are as good as gold. At lbe present  time the circulation of th" '"-ik s  bills does not exceed ?3o0,000 and  lhev are protected by tbe government  to the amount of over ?������no,000.  when the emperor earnestly hoped  for :t son, aud the dramatic death of  the r//arcwitcli has affected   his brain.  MINING COMBINE  YUKON   MILITIAMEN  PRESIDENT ASSASSINATED  Fort do France, Island of Martinique, July 27.���������General Ulysses Heur-  raux, president of the Domingo republic was assassinated at Moca yesterday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. The  name" of the murderer is Ramon Cac-  -ores. He succeeded iu making his  "'escape, but an energetic pursuit was,  begun immediately and it is probable  that he will be captured. Vice  President AVenceslas Figurcteo immediately upon the announcement of  the president's death assumed th'-  direction of affairs. Calmness pro-  vails everywhere in tho republic, .,.-2  body of the president will probably bo  taken to San Domingo for funeral  services.  FOUND DEAD IN BED  Guest at a AVinnipeg Hotel  a A'ictim  to Heart Dsease.  AVinnipeg, July 27.���������The second caso  of unexpected death this week occurred at the Scandinavian hotel  about 9 o'clock last night when T.  Day, a boarder from Grafton, N. a..  was discovered lying dead on his bed  by a fellow boarder named isimpson.  Tlie proprietor of the hotel at once  called Dr. Montgomery, who viewed  the remains and had them removed  to J. Tomson's undertaking establsb-  ont. The cause of death is evidently  heart, disease.  To   be  Sent  Home  Owing   to   Illness  Kingston, July 27.���������Private despatches from the "Yukon field force  --unou~.*re:i that 11 members of tho  force will bo returned to their respective forces at onco; their physical  condition 'will not permit them to  withstand the rigors" of another  \v_nter in the Yukon. Oue belongs  to A battery ami. several arc from  thc corps stationed at Toronto.  ALASKAN   DOUNDARY  Strong  Evidence    that     tho   Acute  Stage   Has   Passed  Washington, July 27.���������That thc  acute stage of tho Alaskan boundary  egotlations has passed was indicated today by the departure from  Washington for Newport of Reginald  Tower, the charge d'affaires of the  British embassy, .who has been conducting recent diplomatic exchanges  With Colonel'John Hay, secretary of  state.  CLEVELAND  STRIKE  Cleveland, July 27.-���������Rolting . has  continued despite the increased reinforcement " of tho troops. A motpr-  man and conductor wore bacfly injured in the Brooklyn suburb and  also General Axllnc, who Is in com-  mad of tho troops,  was stooed.  Mackenzie  and  Mann's    Latest A'en-  ture.  Montreal, July 2G��������� One of thc.ir.-~tt  important mining deals of recent dale  has been completed in this city. For  some timo it has been rumored tint  Messrs. Mann and Mackenzie wsro  about to float some of their heavy  mining Interests, and the first step in  this direction has been successfully  accomplished. The present deal involves the famous North Star silver  mine, near Fort Steele, B. C, and  five other properties of tho sane-  group, viz., tho Buckhorn, Droad-  naught, Maverick, Daffodil, and O. K.  These properties have been owned I'or  somo years by a syndicate composed  of Dan Mann, the woll known contractor; AVilliam Mackenzie, the Toronto street railway magnate; Sir  AA'illiam . A'an I-Iorne, R. B. Angns,  James Ross, H. S. Holt, Hon. A. A.  Thibaudeau and other prominent  Montrealers. As the result ot thc  present deal, a new company, to be  known as tho North Star Mlnmg  company has been organized with a  capital of $1,000,000, ot whicli $1,040,000  lias been allotted to the owners '.n  payment for the property, and 100,000  shares have been sot aside as trcasmy  slock, to provide for working capital,  etc. Of the treasury stock 200,000  shares havo been taken up by .Mc-  CunlK.-Tlykcrt & Co.. of the city, acting for a syndicate of prominent  Montreal and Toronto capitalists. I'he  directors of the newly organised company are ID. D. Mann, president: Hon.  A. A. Thlbaudenu. vice prcslde.it;  William Mackenzie. Toronto; II. 3.  Holt, Montreal, and C. L. l'ortcoiis.  secretary treasurer. The properties  owned by the company have been  steadily developed for some years, and  a largo quantity of ore was shipped to  American smelters by steamer, mil  owing to treacherous navigation, several of thc steamers were wrec.'-"! and  ii was decided to await the completion  of tho Canadian Pacific railway through  the Crow's Nest pass before making  any further shipments. Arrangements  have since been mndo with the Canadian Pacific to build a branch li-ie  from the mines to Cranbrook, and it  is expected that this branch will be  completed by September, when regular  shipments will be commenced and  monthly dividends paid. The properties have been examined ami reported upon by the leading mining experts of British Columbia. AA'illiam  Carlyle, in his official report as p:o-  vincial minerologist, speaks of i he  North Star as one of the largest do-  posits of silver and lead in thc province. Frank Robins, M. E., who  who visited the mine in June, repin'ts  that there are over 23,000 tons of ore  blocked out in the mine and oa tne  dump, ready for immediate shipment,  the net value of which will be  $521,035, after allowing for the co.il of  mining, freighting and smelting. The  directors of tho new company are of  opinion that tho treasury stock wi!!  more than provide all the funds necessary for tho equipment and development of the mine, and thore is sufficient ore ready for shipment ti pay  monthly dividends of one per cent a  month on the issued capital for mci'e  than three years. Active dcpclop-  ment work will be carried on.by the  new company in order to keep liir. n:e  reserves well ahead of the shipments.  Senator George A. Cox, of Toronto,  has taken up a block of tho stock and  other prominent Toronto . capitalists  are interested with him, while a number of leading Montrealers are also  in tho syndicate.  -  AVONT   HAVE   BELMONT  Newport, R. I��������� July 27.���������Oliver H.  P. Belmont has been blackballed by  the Oddfellows lodge here.  RETIRING, FROM. BUSINESS  AV.  W.  BANNING  KILLED  Came to HisDeath by Some Person or   Persons l-'nknowm  CHURCH    DIRECTORY  METHODIST OHUKOH ��������� Revolmoko.  P.-eucliiiiK survioua at 11 a.m. and 7:111)  ;i.m. OliihS iiiiielinc ul th.; cIobo ot thu  iuiirnin_ service. .-ubbiitli school and Bible  OlnsB nt i'30 p.m. Wiukly pruyor meeting  every V-'i'ilin-siiiiy evai.iug U.I 7:!*l p.in. The  liubiiciiro eordiiilly invited,   tjuau true.  HEV. 8. .1. THOMPSON, Pastor.  The Acme������������������*  Soda  Water  Works  Manufacturers of  all   kinds of  Church  of  England  Sunday  Services  Eight a.m. Holy  Communion;      11    , , ���������.  ..       c,   . .... ,  meeting,  litany and     sermon,  (Holy  Aerated Water-, Soda and .Mineral  Eucharist, first Sunday in the month);   Waters in Syphons arid Bottles.  2:30 Sunday     school, or     childrens'  service; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy     Days���������The     Holy  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.ra. or 8  a.m. as announced. Fridays���������7:30  Evensong, with spiritual reading.  Holy Baptism is administered usually  after Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C. PAGET, D. D.,  Vicar.  PltKSIH'TElUAN CHURCH���������Reyeluroke.  hervlc. ������ver������ Sunday nt 11 ii.in- _nd 7:30  p.m Blh'e '"Iiu* ut 2SW n in., t . which  ..11 am wnlcome. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m.  every AVcdnceduy.  RTT.V. T. MKNZTE8. P-BtW.  CATHOLIi!   CHUROH-Hovel-  Mreis   first and llilrd Huadayb in  month at 10:30 a.m.  R10V. FATHER THAYER.  KOMAN  Htoke  SALVATION ARMY- M-elini'S ovory niRlit  in their li.il! on Front Street  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  ljci_.iil.ir nieetliifri am bold in llie  Oddfellows llall on the third Friday  of each ninnlli at "..'in p. in. Vl._llliijf  lii'i'ihri'ii cordially luvlieil.  \\\ C. lllniev, W.M.-. It. I������. Pell I-  S.; K A. KettlcHOii Kin. See ; Tlioa,  Iced, Trcii������ui'-.���������-���������.  piece, Rue  Factories v at Vernon and Kevelstoke, B. C.  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  rmmmmrmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi  THE MOLSONS BANK 1  Incorporated by Act ok Prntu _wkst, 1865.  ������ HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  ������ ���������    ���������������������������������������������  fc PAID UP CAPITAL      - - - -      8E.COO,00O  St REST FUND - - - - -      _W.600.000  fc DIUKCTOKS:  Wm.Moi.ron M_criiKn..Q:c, President;  S. H. Kttiko, A*loe-Pre������id������nt;  fc. W. M. Ramsay, Samuki. Finxkv. H.hbv A_cui_ali>, 3. P. Clkghouk,  |Cj H. ilABKUA.1I) Mo_-O.V.  ���������k- F.   -Vokfkrtox THOMAS. General Manner.  St     A t',ci*ii'ial banking business transacted.    Interest allowed at current  f= r"u'-- J. D. MOLSON,  Ejj Manager, Kxvk__to_k, B. C.  ���������!���������������������������  -if;  w-^OS-.tS  Undertaking- and Embalming  R. Howson & Co,,  MAI.'Kl'.XZir.   avi:.  Retail Dealers In l'limltiue.  These Are Facts  Court  Mt.   Bep-bie,  I.O.F..N0.3461.  McotB In lh" Odd-  fellows' Hull on tne  Hnd and Ith Krliluy*of  onoh month. VisUlnw;  brethren invited 10  attend.  B. 1!. Ciniipbell.    K.  Chief Ranger.  D.  J. C. Johnson  Ilec.-Si'C.  llevelstoke  Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hnnd.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  notice.     Contracts  for Jobbing taken.  TO PROSPECTORS AND MINERS,  openod up by the  Mineral Freperttea  Hrs.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs, Attendants j  REVELSTOKE  lip WORKS..  Blaclismithine* Jobbine  Plumbing.   Pipe Fitting  .   Tinsruithinor  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Miniqg Work a Specialty_______  ROBT. GORDON  Revelatolco   Station  .eon  Diamond Core  Drill  To obtain rapidly the knowledge of the value of re������efe or ledges  nothing is to be compared with the Diamond Core Drill, which will  provo more in 30 days than an outfit of men tunnelling or sinking  "hafts could nrovo in ten years.  The Diamond Core Drill can pierce the mountains and take th  ecret of what it contains from their very hearts, and the more 10 id  he rock formation, the quicker it will do its work.  The Diamoud Core Drill is so constructed that it can be taken c j  pieres and packed on the back������ of horses and carried  and   worked  almost inaccessible places where water can be obtained,���������and it  be in almost any "part of British Columbia.  For full information aud particulars apply by letter or in person to  J.    D.     SIBBALD,  REAL    ESTATE   AND    MINING     BROKERS,    RETSLSTOVE  SUCCESS ON A FARM  Mahanna   &   Co.   Have   Disposed  -   'ineir Property and AVill Quit.  Cleveland, July 28.���������Mahanna & Co.  .will retire from'" business. They  have sold their fleet o������ vessels and  mines to a North AVest syndicate for  several million dollars and are negotiating the sale of their coal mine  property in Pittsburg district.  CAN   THIS   BE   TRUFi *  Republic, AVash.. July 2o.���������AV." AV.  Panning, of AVinnipeg, was found on.  the hillside near Republic at . o'clock,  yesterdav with two wounds in tho  right' side of his head, made apparently  \vth   some   blunt   instrument. He  died at 11 o'clock last, night without  having spoken. An inquest was uoicl  todav and a verdict returned that deceased came to his death at the- hands  of some person unknown. There is  no clue as yet to the murderer. ino  reason can he assigned for the deed,  tf robberv was Intended thc murderer  was evidently frightened away as two  watches and $SG were found on his  person. An investigation is being  " made. ,  Mr. Banning was the oldest son otr!  the late.AA'. AV. Banning, of Dick.  Banning & Co., and was only 20 years  old. He was a nephew ot George  Dick, of Springbank. and of Frank  Dick, formerly license inspector at  Calgary.  liiiobcc. July 27.���������Thc city has been  startled by the statement that the  deatbs of ivirs. Jeromine Baron and  her infant, which, occurred at St.  Malo were due to the lack of sufficient nourishment. The husband  and father was unable to obtain work  and.sp_di(l not_procui'o .the, necessaries  of life  Hot  priii  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed rooms.     Rates  Table furnished with  the choi-est the market  afford*-. Bet Wines  Liqi"-"     ind      Cigars  $1.      a day.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.   .  RATES.   $l.oo   PER   DAY  SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP  Powell tho American Is Now Amateur  Champion of the Thames.  o  London, July 28.���������Powell, the American oarsman, won the AVingfteld  silver scull and thc amateur championship ' ��������� Thames yesterday,  pionship of thc Thames yesterday,  finishing the course between Putney  and Mortlake four lengths of H. G.  Blackataff, who was second, with Fox  third.  SAD DROWNING ACCIDENT  HUGH JOHN'S TOUR  ihe  Conservative   Leader  Receives  an Ovation at Neepawa.  Norwood,  July 28.���������A 6acT accident  occurred at  S.  J.  Stuart's  college .at  Stony Lako this morning when Miss  Hattie Smart,      aged      9 years, was  drowned.       She   had   gone   down   to  take In some lines set for fish when  she fell  into      the water.  Her     two  young brothers ran to her rescue but  were unable  to  get      the girl      out,  whon Mr. Smart came running to the  beach and plunged in.     He raised the  re- jgirl  to  the  surface  only  to  see  her  In i again drop into the water.     He him-  Neepawa,   July  27.���������Neepawa  ceived  Hugh   John   Macdonald    ���������  . .  risht royal  manner  yesterday  after- 'self   became   partially   strangled  and        ���������K Ullsill llw. lt .,  ,  ._.  noon:    Mr.    Macdonald  drove    over as  the water was beyond  his"depth>,bv farmers> that farming will'not pay  Is It Possible for the Young Man'of  Today?  (New England Farmer).  "The  ambition   to succeed  may  be  and always should be a laudable one.  It is the ambition of every young man  for himself and of every parent     for  hi6 child.. ��������� i-  Success has a different signification  to different minds. To one it represents a large account at the bankers,  to a third a high place in society, to a  fourth a title or an oflice, and to a  fifth the trumpet voice of fame. By  nine out of ten it is identified in some  way wth money getting. 'Now, while  many truly successful men have been  wealthy and while money as a means  to an end .it is a serious evil, and  whilo it is commendable in a young  man to resolve upon earning a competence he ought to keep ever in mind  the fact that it is possible for onc to  attain tbe highest degree of success  and yet live and die iu poverty, and  sometimes what the world calls failure, is in reality the truest success.  "Can a young mau succeed in farm-  iu_?__-Th __first point to be considered  is does he like it. For no one can  succeed in a business for which he  has a positive aversion. A man out  ot place may manage to get. a living,  but he works mechanically, he is constantly looking at his watch and  thinking of his salary. It matters  not so much what your vwork is if it  be honorable and you like it.  Farming is the destined occupation  of all men of birth, aud he who forsakes it for other pursuits must show  ubstantia! reasons for the departure  lo entitle him to encouragement. To  the voung man possessed of a fair  amount, of health, intelligence and  strength, and who bus no unmistakable inclination and aptitude for  some other calling no occupation  offers so sure and easy a patli to success as  agriculture.  "Dailv exercise in the open air, constant contact with the soil, a wholesome diet and peaceful surroundings  make the farmer's life a pre-eminent-  ]v healthy one. aud surely health is  one of the most important factors in  success.  "The time is soon coming���������if not  already here���������when the .farmers will  be the great middle class standing  between the few who are very rich  and the many who are poor.  AA'e often hear it said and that, too.  Upper Arrow Lake,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  Well Known for Their  Health Giving Properties,  Both Hotels Open  The Aitoav Lakes Steamers Kootenay and Minto Call Daily  A Conveyance is run in connection with the Steamers  The  Columbia  House.  Good accommodation. A . goed b _..  well supplied with choice wine,  liquors and cigars. -  Free Bus Meets All Train*  Bpbwn  & Fool  Proprietors.  and the Springs. ,  Good Accommodation both   at   tlie   Springs    s.  the Landing.  Telegraphic Communication.      Baths Free.       Kates  $1.25 per day.  W,   M.    BROWN,  Proprietor. .  E VE^STQ^g  Do You  CClant  a   Home  in   This] Groaning    CQ.ining  tn.  -tailamy  Centre   ?  The C. & K. steam Navigation Company have some of them  lighttul property in Revelstoke.    It ia charmingly   situated,   handy  to '  to any portion of the town.    Come and enquire about it at once.    Faej  termB if necessary. '*   ������  ���������rTrIiT"HHIG "Sole-Hgeot���������  F. JftcOHRTY  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer in..... .��������� ,*..-'..  * PRIME BEEF, PORK.  .MIDTT0.N JIJiD SJIUSJIGE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoke  llevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardean and Tront Lake  it  frm   Minne-osa  and  was  met  at the   he was in a precarious condition,  outskirts of the town by upwards of , wae only by the timely aid of P. C.  liiij. people and nearly 100 carriages  brightly decorated. He was trans-  feiied to, a carriage.specially decor-  nI'd for the occasion and a body-  ruard of ���������ladies and-gentlemen oil  horseback-formed In a-monster proof ssion for twon and then started,  headed by the town hand. The pro-  ci s^ion was over Half a mile lorg.  Tho town presented a holiday appear  snee, flags being hoisted on all- tho  Clark that     a double     tragedy was  averted.  STAYED   AVITH   HIM  No business" conducted as some farmers conduct theirs will pay. and it is  the best evidence of the remunerative  nature of agriculture that so many^ are  able to get a livng out of it. They  would fail in any other calling. You  are likely to get out of a business  what vou put into it, and for the  amount ot capital put into farming it  will give as good returns as any husi-  .ness. Thc young men of today  Cloveland, July 28.���������Harry A*. Cro- ouscht uot to feel that rural life will  baugh,      an alleged     embezzler, was debar him  from success or from  the  enjovment and  development     of  his  social and intellectual faculties. AVhen-  A Guarantee Company Finds Its Man  After Eleven Years' Search.  i 1 incipaP buildings   and   the   streets   brought into Cleveland by; a Toronto  decorated   with      evergreens,   while   detective  named Decelio  today.  Cro-  ���������arro  banners bearing loyal mottoes   bough, who is 45 years of age, was  w.-ie otrun>? along the line of march,   accused   of   embezzling   ?2,535.23   be-  Ovcr   1000   people  crowded  Into  the   longing to Hopkinson, Parsons & Co.  orera house, standing room being at  insurance agents, carrying on, business  a premium    and   great    enthusiasm   in .the  American      Trust      building.  prfvalled ttroughout.      Hugh John's   Crobaugh. 11 years ago. was cashier  appearance  m the hall was tne gig-  and book-keeper  of  the  ���������  insurance  .���������is,   for thunders of applause and   it   firm and is alleged to hare taken the  was several minutes beforo quiet was   monoy  ln   question   and   then   disap-  ro"*ored.    '.'he chair  tvas taken    at  peared  with   his  family.      The New  .' ac by   Or    McFadden,    who  Intro-  York  Fidelity  Co..      which      backed  (bu-. d   tho   candldiale.        Hon.  Hugh. Crobaugh's   bond   have   been   looking  John Macc.oualtj and J. A. Etovldsoa -.tor him over slni-o anfl  only  founb  wiei-e the o'jiy BpA'Wlr.. ,jh.m in TWtf_."to today.  ever T see a young man of good habits  and with a high purpose go on to a  farm to work out with patience and  courage his destiny, I have no doubt  of his ultimate success."  POOR  OMAR!  I  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  "She's forever talking about *Omer  Cayam!"  sneered, the  other  woman.  "'Omer'. The idea of being Am-  eri-a" born anji getting so English  that Eie db'e'B'n't rt'tinfl her h b.  McKenzie Ave,  'll']^-VjlTmm?rT^amti'-'J"i'''L''i-wmmjmfu  Saddle   and     Pack  always for hire.  Hones  Freighting  and  Teaming  specialty.  Dailv Statue leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock-  for Trout I^ake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Ii\xmxa  ���������Hotel Ferguson  Ferguson, B.C.  Bkst Accommodatiok  !>��������� the Lardeau.  Rate8$2 Pep Day.  D. FERGUSON,  Proprietor.  REVELSTOKE ���������  Sash  and  Doop  Factory.  I Manufacturers of   and Dealers ln _-^^r  Suit. Doors. Tarningi. ?Uatfai. Cora������r  Blocks, Mouldings of Ul klndi. T������at~7  GaMra and Verandab work. _PnckcSi .  nf every description t__4s to' ocdar. '  s;tore and   Office -Fitting*,-Wfariiv  FraniM, with ������_������h fitted a specialty.  -  the latent machinery.   Dry kiln -)  t-rcmlses.   Call and ret price* befora  going elBcvtaere.  SAWYER & MAJWIKO. .AUGUST 3  LEADS OF THE LARDEAU  PROF. BLOCHBERGER REPORTS  THEM TO BE VERY RICH.  NOTE AND COMMENT.  SPECIAL AT THK..   CASH  BAZAAR   Just received. A full assortment of the celebrated E. T.  Corsets. Prices run from 50c.  to S-1.00. Our SI 00 corset has  no equal in the city.  The greatest kinds of bargains  are being offered in Skirts,  Blouses, Gloves, Hosiery, Boys'  Blouses. In fact everything  that any lady requires Avill be  found at rock bottom prices at  Millinery  Dressmaking  The Cash Bazaar  XV. MKI.DRUM, MANAGER  HOWSON BLOCK, ��������� McKE.NZlE AVE.  BROUCHT SOME FINE SAMPLES  A FRESH SUPPLY OF/-,  m  Enos Fruit Salts  Bromo Seitzer  Abey's Salts  e  Just the "."iin-; to n>.c in the hot weather lor  Sicli Stomach, Headache, Etc., lit the  .JUST RECEIVED  :  to n-o in the hot wcnthcr Io  ileadache, Etc., lit the  CANADA DRUC& BOOK CO., LTD.  CITAS. K. MCDONALD, Manager.  Mckenzie ave.. revelstoke station.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  31i=s Lillie Davis is again convalescent.  "\V. B. Nicholson went to Kamloops  last night.  W. B. Pool left for the Nettie L  this morning.  Lieut.-Gov. -Mclnnes returned; on  Sunday to Victoria from .Atlin,  F. L. Lemon, of New AVhatconi, is  in town today renewing old acquaintances.  Geo. AV. Bench. T. XV. Fiench and  Chas. Rumens went east yesterday en  route to Boston.  Sir James Edgar, speaker of the  House or Commons, died at Toronto  on Monday evening at G o'clock.  Miss A'inlet Northey. of Rossland, is  staying with Mrs. Barbara Clarke at  her residence on Douglas street.  Ed. Bnrridge of XV. M. Lawrence's  hardware store, is spending the week  with his family at'the St. Leon Hot  Spring?.  The holder of ticket *.No. 79 is the  winner of a gun ruffled a week ago.  Thp owner is requested to call for his  property.  A block of 1-1.000 treasury shares in  the Great "Western Mines, Ltd.. wns  sold the other dny to a prominent  Albertan at the current price, 25c.  The body of Mr. Farquhar. who was  drown, d with his wife at the. mouth  of Cranberry creek near Arrowhead  about two weeks ago, wus found yesterday.  Authentic reports from mining sect-^  ions in districts where we hnve no  correspondent.': at present are solicited.  Send in all lhe milling news of yonr  section.  * A contingent of 15 North-West  Mounted Police w_ nt through on No.  1 l.i*-t night, hound for the Yukon, to  relieve some of those stationed up  there last year.  A triinipedop charge  preferred  hy  ��������� r> ."McCarthy "agaiiYst.'Gnrdon���������Knowl--  tnn of stealing a hand saw. was thrown  out of court   by  Magistrate  Ilitig on  Monday morning. ^  T. S.  Wolrott.   Airs.   AA'olcott   and  f.imily came  np on  Sunday   evening  from the St. Leon   Hot  Springs.    Mr.  AVnlcott has gene to Banff to examine  .   some copper-gold properties.  A si ream running into Hkkald  cieek i** being carried to the swimming  b.-ith. The temporary n*eof the water  works h.-.d to bp slopped, the shortage  . of water demanding it. Where will  this town be lit in cnce of fire?  The Trout Lake Topic- has registered  a kick atruinst lhe government employees who nre responsible for the  d"lay in p*iyin<-nt of wages lo men  who hav* worked for the government  in that district and are still awaiting  a settlement.  A swarm of bees, which escaped  from Ii. Tapping's hives Inst fall, were  diseovpied just, below the fire of a  fnrtnijriit ug" in a limb of a laige  cotton wo-iil 11 i.e. near Mackenzie  .-ivenue. Un form nut ely lhe (ire paused  over this very giouiid and when it hid'  passed, tree and bees were entirely  consumed.  Arthur Williamson says that some  of the voung boys who make it n  practice of li.ithir.E_ in liis lake will  surely meet wilh disistcr if tbey continue their nc'M'tit tactic.-. There are  cold streaks in the water wliich are apt  ;it any time to give tbein crumps. Mr.  AVilli.imson also complains of Ihe  rough usage of his row boats by these  youngsters.  Cranbrook Herald: The people of  Movie in a manner characteristic of  that hustling town, have taken the  bull by the horns and will build a  school house. They refuse to await any  longer for the government to provide  school facilities, and have by public  subscription raised a fund snfli cicnt to  erect a commodious school house.  There is nothing the matter with  Movie, if she tins- no  railroad  station.  He Thinks the Brunswick Property  Should be Operated.���������A Hotel Has  Been Built at Canbourn.���������A Vein of  Three Feet of Shipping Ore in Evening Star,  Professor RR. Blochberger returned  lust   night,   from   another   successful  uiining tour from the Lardeau district  inspecting his numerous properties on  which  Mr. L. B.  Beck,   former  mine  superintendent of lhe Great Western,  conducted the work with a small foicu  of men.     Mr. Bloclibi-rger  found   the  properties     in   first-class     condition,  shipping   ore   on   the   dump   und  in  sight, and brought down with  hiin 50  to 00   pounds   of   good   looking   ore,  which is shown in the  Miner window.  From the looks of this ore Mr.  Blochberger and his purl ncrs, Messrs.   Kims  Thompson, S. T. Lnngley. K.K. IYiser  and   Supremo Court Registrar Schn-  fleld, rerl.iinly must have a real  good  thing.    The property is situated in'llie  famous Pish Creek basin, on the  west  side of Lexington  mountain,  consisting of 2(10  acres,   with   three  well  defined veins running through   the  full  length of  the   properties.    The, same  veins have also been   traced  lhrough  the adjoining six properties owned by  Mr.   Beck   and   Mr.   Blochberger.    A  great deal  of   development   work   is  going on in this district,     Mr.  Bloch-  borger's properties are  about, a milo  away from the  coming Butte of the  Lardeau, the  town  of Cnnboiirn,  the  property  of  Hon.  Corey Menhenick.  which  place  the   two  surveyed   railways   are   striving   to    reach.     This  gentleman, one of Lai'dean's energetic  and enterprising pioneers, has built a  fine, large hotel and store and  several  houses, greatly to the benefit of uiining  men. who can now come and go in one  clay to i������ny mining  property  on  Pool  or   Fish  creek.    Another   year  more  and two  great  transcontinental  railways will connect the  town  of   Can-  liourn with the. cily  of Rossland  and  tons of ore will be sent  from  thereto  the Trail and Nelson smelters.  Mr. Blochberger visited the Brunswick property and speaks highly of it,  and is sorry he docs not have a single  vote, in the company, otherwise he  would work thu property somehow,  because bethinks it a shnine to let a  good property like the Brunswick  be idle.  He says that Mr. Twecdle struck a  fine copper ore vein on the Copper  Dollar, a few feet below the Brunswick and on the. same vein as the  Highland Mary above, and if the vein  does not go tn heaven or straight  down to the antipodes it will be found  in the Brunswick. The Brunswick, as  well as Air. Blochbcrger's properties,  are now the most handy for working  and shipping. Situate on the Fish  river, whicli is navigable, with plenty  of fine timber and water power for all  purposes, the ore. could be sent to  Canbouri: ferry, where the government u-.igon road starts for Comaplix  and Thomson's Landing, on the  northeast arm of Arrowhead lake.and  brought over this road on sleighs till  the railway is completed, and from  the binding on big barges which hold  H0U to 400 tons, to Trail, so that the  expense for shipping would be. vcry  lit.lle more per ton than from Rossland  to Trail. As Mr. Blochbcrger's surface assays of steel galena went over  350 per ton from a nine-inch vein the.  probabilities oE ore shipments from  Fish creek are more thnn likely. M.  K. K. Peiser will soon start to incorporate a company to work  these rich  If tho HERA l.u were to do as Aid.  Graham advises, it woultl be going  beyond its mission as,a journal, Tlie  Hkiiai.d is not drawing salary as an  enforcer or the city's bylaws. It  merely d>ew attention to nu existing  fact, and it is part of Aid. Graham's  duty to see that the bylaw is enforced.  The Mail editor takes a particular  delight in giving the "labor" vote the  glad hand. Probably the most 'iiibor"  the said editor ever clone was in securing a two-bit job from Mr. Coursier in  the government oflice.  The beauty of holding a government  job and editing a government organ is  that the "inside workings" of the ollice  are always ut his disposal.  How strange ! But yet how visible!  Our weakly contein. has nothing to  say oi its once noble Joe I The bandmaster organ, the Province, hasgcutly  ���������'turned him down" nnd all the poor'  helpless Mail could think of was to  reproduce the Province's report.  Possibly, Mr. Kellie, "who is waiting  to see a niiin," has not yet visited the  government ollice and left his instructions.  "m LEADING ST0HB  NO BUISTIilt,  NO  FUSS,  .IUST IlUSlNKSS,  THAT'S AI.L.  99  FIGHTING!        FIGHTING!!  Where is the Fighting?  Oh I Have you not heard about the war in the  Phillipincs ? Well, a ten ible battle took place the  other dny near Hollo; it was a hnnd to hnnd con-  ilict, but it was a trifling affair compared wilh Ihe  rush that is being niade to secure the numerous  Bargains we are offering during  Our  Monster  Give  Away....  i���������___T"T__TI*_-n_iT_  -WATER PIPE..  The Impression tlmt tliero ls not any gnlvnnizod pipe to bo obtnlnetl In town Is wrong. Wo-  have a good stoek (>'"'_' and 1 inch pipo on liimd. 'which wo aro in n position to 'sell at.lcss thnn  the wholesale prion at the const. A complete stock of limss Cocks mid Pipe 1fittings always  on hand.      l'eoplo putting in piping will lind It to their advantage to "buy material Irom us.  .Lawrence,  ...Hardware and Tinsmithing...  __*������_1|  *i31-.������t3i-'A������s=5S5        S1P5R   BJ^SIPKS  j"?'*." R~_;l R?r_i BSSfjpra-.   ,  wi1 itiwss������ft (ffi? lfe& ������&} (M%'!:1 lia&  CHEAP FIREWOOD  Send your orders for Fire Wood to  FRED. ROBINSON, at the saw mill ^  office.    He will deliver at $2.25 a cord ������5=$  in.short lengths.   $1.50 a cord to those *c^  who do their own hauling. eSfj)  Watch Our Windows for Criterion  One by one Kellie's band of dejected  ollice seeker.-, are being rewarded.  H.is. Mr. Kellie secured an oflice  janitor? There's one or two still  hanging around very close and unless  something turns up soon they will be  compelled to go to work again.  The Hkrald would strongly advise  the weakly Mail to enlarge in size and  come out oftener than every once in  awhile. The united efforts of the  "government house quartette" will  swell np and bust the "chases" if they  don't give vent to their spleen oftenei.  If the Mail only enjoyed a hundred or  two circulation whnt a lot of free  advertising this "great semi-weekly  educator" would get.  The Taylor Block,  ������������������������������������-  ���������9  McKenzie  Avenue.  Bob Green had Kellie's proxy. Mr.  Kellie. bad to see n man between the  25th and 30th.  Mr. Kellie will follow Mr. Sctnlin.  Out-member did not know until after  he "hnd seen a mnn" between the 20th  and UOlh. whether it was Martin or  Semlin, however.  T. .1. Graham replied to a local in the  Hi-: u A I.T) in his official capacity as an  alderman.     Signed:     T.  J.. Graham.  Alderman.     AA'ell we knew he wns  an alderman, but that's nil.  Mr. Henderson Accepts.  News-Advertiser: It is understood  that Mr. Henderson. Q. O.. repres. nt-  ing-Now AVestminster City, has been  offered and accepted the portfolio of  Attorney-General, resigned by Mr.  Joseph Martin.  A Frantic Appeal  This is tlie way a Mississippi editor  goes about after his delinquent subscribers: " Pish down into yonr  pocket and dig up dust, the editor is  hungry and the paper 'bout to bust.  We've trusted you for several mouths  and did it wilh a smile, so just return  the compliment and trust us awhile.  Our wife needs some stockings and  baby needs a dress. Jimmy needs  some breeches aud so does Kate, and  Bess, Pud is on the hog train and  Peggy sick with grief, and good gosh  almighty, can't, you give a man relief.  Shell out the nickels and turn loose  the dimes, turn 'em loose and whistle  and we'll have bolter times: there will  be fewer patches on the bosom of onr  punts, and we'll make, the paper better  if we have half e chance. Don't give  us that old story, long gone to seed,  Minuf taking more family papers than  (he family want to' rend, but help lo  feed the printer and he'll help onr  town to grow, and thus escape lhe  sulphur in the regions down below."  BORN  '��������� Natures   Own  Health  Preserver."  ^eQuaker Bath  Cabinet ^���������>  Turkish liaths at Homo. Saves Health, LUc,  Medicine and Doctor bills. These Unthsnrc  Pleasant, Toning, demising, Itc-Uiiililiiig,  Invigorating, Strengthening to tin; bnil'v.  blood, muscles, heart, etc. Tor further particulars, Information or circulars apply to  Chas, J. Aman, oPP0. station.  ..Rubber, Complexion and Toikt Brushes,.  HAIR, TOOTH, NAIL, SHAVING and CLOTHES BRUSHES  FINEST QUALITY AT   FIELD & BE WS,  I.OWEIt TOWN l"!t"~CiSTOUl", ItEVELSTOKK.  m  &  "sSsS  ~*r  _>_���������  frr.Ji  tf&  Helps to  ���������8K8KK5JJJ  m  m  m  ti'tVl  "SS  Household supplies nre quite a,n item, but  thoy  can do your trade a lot of harm or good as you elect. fM  The housekeeper avIio buys from us has  a.  guar- j^jg  antee of every article and therefore id sure   of satis- fe|  Up   faction in quality and price. ^  l~'j We Avnnt to keep the good Avill of our  customers j|j|  pa   and by selling the best goods at lowest prices Ave aim ^  f^     t������  lit,   cn <S������  m  8ft  ass  to do so.  There's only one conclusion we can draw.  WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION.   .  "i������&  AHLIN & CO.'S  OLD STAND.  I   FIRE INSURANCE^-.  V^,f j\N c'liisscs nf insurable rnvorud  vk ' at fair and cquitnblu rates.  I   LIFE INSURANCE^  ���������X'    .. l'olk'ies��������� non-forfeit able,   jrnnr-  'v. 1111 teed values, cash loan vnlncs,  'Sj throughout tho history of tho  1   MONEY TO LOAN.-  ."M on pood business or robi  ^ !&r'UFAYETTE BUKER,  ������  ifSCi  P  m  mm  -wimming  -*������__,-���������������*  robkicntial   hjj  i,.���������rn- -I  L  Skinntcr-  10 Mr. 1  -At Revelsloke. on  .lulv  27  nd Mis. J. Skinner, 11 son.  around. Mr. Blochberger intends to  return in a short time to the Lardeau  country.���������Kossland Miner.  What Business Men Say.  ���������E.T. Corsets at il. IC. Lawson's.  ���������Remember bnrgains in white wear  atM. IC. Lawson's.  ���������Genuine Mont������erral Linie.Tuice.it  the Cnnndn Drug & Book Co.  ���������Fresh supply, of photographer's  ninterinls just  opened   at  the  Canada  Drug & Biiok Co.  0 '  ���������Pure Chloride of lime for disinfecting at the Canada Drug & Book Co.,  Revel.-toke Station.  HOW'S YOUR PRINTING ?  DON'T OVERLOOK THE HERALD  A Placer Claim Located.  Guan-d Forks. .Tuly 2-1.���������At a point  on the Kettle river,  eight  miles  from  the   headwaters   and   27   miles  from  Arrow   lake,    via Fire A'alley.  John  AVorth located a placer claim  several  monlhsago.    John Lodge, who  is nn  old   placer   miner,   located    a   claim  opposite the discovery, and during ihe  winter cut a ditch 3.000 feet in lencth,  in order to obtain water. The diggings  7ireior^th>"~ireni"-h'~���������-Qriile-n-rrtimlHT-nf-  clnims   hrtve  been  staked   and  many   ^i!^'^'^,^'^^)<^)^!^)<^/<^)^  men are  getting  ready  to  wash the!  yellow dust out.    Seven dollars with-     '*  out saving any nf the fine gold is the  largest amount yet taken  ont in  one  day.     The bedrock is from ', to 7-5 feet  from the surface and indications point  to pay ground, more  especially  for a  DOMINICK GALLICANO,  ,M .iKoTizio Ave. >-   3>t:alcr in   FRESH GENERAL GROCERIES  Specialties:     Roup' materials,���������macaronis of  everv kind, iho choicest and best make*.   -  OliveOi'l, itoinauCheese, \*!iic������iir.   Vegetables.  Season Tickets fun be obtained from  Messrs.  MeCnrter, 1'Mndt, Crnge or Mayne.  i;knti__c.mkn\.  I-AI.1KS   ...i.fj.ol).  Ladies' days :     Mondays,    Wednesdays,  l'ridays from 1 loft p.m.  and  :;y_v_r^i_TOs_^__  Notice.  TAKK NOTICB that 1, C. If. Mackintosh,  intend tliirtv (:K������ days from ilnto tn apply to  the Chief ('oinmisMoner of Lauds ami Wnrks to  purchase the followiim trnct of laud i-Uiiated  on the east shore of Upper Arrow l.nke, south  nf and adjoining Lot. U-tol, Group!: Commencing at a post marked C. II. Mackintosh, northwest corner, snid post adjoining the ������outh-  \ve������t corner of Lot 2-l.M, (I. l; thence east  twentv ('JO) chains; thence south forty (-lit)  chains; thence west twenty (20) chains, more  or less, to the shore of upper Arrow Lake;  thence north along thc shore line to point'of  commencement, containing eighty (SO) acres  more or less.  C. II. MACKINTOSH.  July nth, 1S90. Per N. F. Townsknd.  FARM   FOR   SALE CHEAP.  ���������Wis  A, N. SMITH,  ��������������������������� BAKER,  GR0GER  ANDGQNFEeTI0N,ER  SSP~I  Inivi'-K. curort  tlie surrlccs ol XV. ICinilt, u  l.i'.st cln.-ss bilker Irfuii tliu cast.  Flour bought in carload lots.  Free Delivery, ���������Prompt Service.  Victoria Itoml Km,!, .luvclstoko.  ���������Send a copv of Pet tipiecc's Directory nnd Map of the City of Revelstoke  to'vour friends.Better'tlian a letter.  hydraulic company. About three  miles from the placer ground several  sold quart?. locations have been made,  and ,1. L. Toole, of Anncondn. went in  to have a look at th������;in in lbe interest  of Montana capitalist.. Thft Olds  brothers are tbe principal owners.  Scab Labor Was Not  Employed.  On Thursday,  the   following stall  Th-ladies of  Revelstoke  are  par-j ment  was   giver, the Silvertoiiian   for j    >Jr  Composed of 010 iu'ri'������, lull neres under crop.  200 neres lioitom land unbroken mid well  a.liiiiteil for crass prowinit; two lar__:eirrigation  ditches, in coort repair: situated ii'mili. from  Oknuniran lake; splendid'��������� ult ^rnu-inn lounl-  itv; nil kinds of fruit now bearinn; pnrtieuliir-  lv*adapted for stoek riiisliifr,���������one of tlie best  ntnites in the province Ilouse, stable and  other outbuildings; a beautiful stream tiiii-  niiiK tliroucli the place,���������abundance of trout.  Farm all fenced. Stock: -in liend horses, l*i()  ���������iiun<l-(.attle_���������Wngnon.���������slciglisr-iiinu-iiiit-iiin-  cliino, two horse rakes, a complete outtit of  farming utensils. Al������o nn interest in whnrf,  la miles from I'eacliland. a minim; town on the  lnke and .'> miles from the well known fruit  farm on Trout crock. lln lly steamboat connection. A paradise fnr sportsmen, plenty of  wild enme. I'rlee: ?15 per ncre, includine;  crop, stock and Implements. Inquire or write  to (Iahnett Brothers, I'oiiticton, H. O.  V,s.���������\i mile- from wharf,���������on map known ns  Ilarelav Whnrf. SO .".S  BUSH MEN WANTED  V) liui-h Men.   Wage }28 to V7S.I per.month and  board.  - J. P.. KKII.I.Y CJf).,  ���������VJCI Ottertail, It.C.  MINERS WANTED.  T-uikIt Mini-  l.l������l.. Albert Canyon. Tt-  *\.'. nntl nilniiry.   Wmjui s.i.'JO per dny;  -'lia(iki::l-inKW-Vi. ������"l'  -I,.  ()'.lir.������  Jas. I. "W"oodrow  TRUTCHER  IRONESS WANTED.  tieiilarly rerpiested to make a   note   nf j pnbliration :  a^- iTnr.^"'-, w anted at onee.  at tli..- -.',-(.ri-". st-ain I.Hijntiry.  Apply  Oltl  thc fact that Iiargains are being olfered  in all classes nf goods al onrstoic. We  buy only ladies and fancy goods,  therefore we buy to suit, the trade, at  M.  IC. Lawson'.*.  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Ete.  Fish and Game in Season....'  . (.���������onio nud sec. my stock nnd fashion plates, and convinci" yourself as to the low  " ' prices I nm offortii}.; fur yood suits, suits tliai lit; no liatirt-tiie-iKiwu getup either.  mi-:uoiia>;t taii.ok  I'ncilie. Ave., Kevelstoko, 11.C.  R. S. "WILSON.  j ABIES' PMPORIUM  Tiiiitn Ftui:i:t, Cknti.i..  Opposite Cowan Hlock.  'EaMtrCtiin'ties'triand"Best_  Assortment .of Fancjr  Goods, in town.  M. K. Lawson.  +*'l������l"_'_'i'_"_���������_**���������__"_���������_ _"i"i"i"i"l"i"i'-t"t  Chubb & Booth i  Make It a Point to Get One.  The Sentinel, Toronto, the official  organ of the Orange Association, has  completed 25 yens' contiiiuoiis publication, and in honor of the event,  issued on tho 27th July a special  edition of Ifi pages. Kicht. pages are  printed on beautiful toned paper and  arc full of illustrations. Among the  special articles arc '���������Canada's Progress  fnr Twenty-Five Years." by Nicholas  Flood IMvin. .M.P.: "Progress nf Education During the Last Quarter Cen- [  tury," by .lames L. Hughes. Inspector/  of Public Schools. Toronto: " The  Development of Imperialism." by .1.  Castell Hopkins : " Home Rule or  Union,*' by Professor Goldwin Smith;  "Twenty-Five Years of Protestant  Progress." by IL O. Hocken; "History  of Orangeism in Canada." by J. W.  ���������Wright, Brockville; " Progress of  Orangeism in the United States," by  Robert W. Troy, N. Y., Supreme  Grand Secretary; also biographical  sketches and photogravures of many  pii'iiiiiiciit uieinbers of the Order.  f  ���������i"  JAS. C. HUTCHISON. i|  ���������Regarding the statements nppenr-i  ing   in   the   press   that,  the  mineis ; f-HM'_-W-l-+���������!���������+++4"t+*++���������*������������������>���������++++  engaged   at   the   Wakefield   mines. 11 %  working   on     the    contracts   lately j ? CITY SCAVENGER/" +  given, were working on a. basis of "J3! X All Oril<-ri>  rromptiy ���������{���������  for the fi^hthoiir.shift.                         j j; Aiieridert T, "*"  " We. the' iindersigiu'd miner", until I 4  '   _������, J   ri~J.        *������������������        A A   W     A   \^-AA ������*J^J*  .   .     A?        ���������y  ycslci'liy engaged  on   t.he said con  12 *���������, 4-  tracts, desire to state lhat we n-ceiv- j +-5.+-������.-l.-M.-I";I-f-I"{"f-I"I-l"I"I"I"I"I"i"I"I"I~I' j j"  ed S3.50 per iiian for every eight-hour  shift worked.  (Signed) II. Yingc-r, F. XV. L"ed-  bain. Howard Thdintunn. .Mike Mc-  Maiiinis. Willirni Grady, Andrew  Mil.rhc.Il. D.K. Carrol. ,M.(^. Gnlowson.  Uussel Donnlil. Thomas Hurley. Albert  -> All orders piomptly tilled,  mid KiriKistreets.   rlJ^ a. L,1j& iUHL, U.xj.  ++->+_''-H-+-H~M"H"l������M'_"_ + _-l������_������i'_"_'  *?���������  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Contract  "House  Painting.  ���������5"  4������  ���������!<  ���������!<  *  ���������r  J.  +  * SKIN PAINTING, TINTING, %  % HARD OIL FINISHING. *  i" ti.  X *  ...Revelstoke, B. C. |  SFLKIRK LODGE NO. 12, I.O. O. F.  Meats every Snt unlay  eveninj; in 'Oddfellows'  llall at S o'clock. -..Visit-  UK brethren cordially-  invited to attend.  .1. MATIII1-:, Secretary  .1. Hi.inihe, Tien Kncebonc. (oiil.rnctor.  Need Their Votes Later On.  (From tlii Toronto Mail nnd Empire).  Iii the lii-it two years Mr. Sifton has  taken olf the hands ot Austria and  Russia ll.iVIO Galicians and 7,300 Doukhobors, and has loaded them on Canada. Besides helping to pny their  way here nnd the cost of gett ing them  settled in the land, he hns disbursed  $3,008 for tbe mere service of interpreters, who have been used as a  medium of communication between  the foreigners and the Knglish speaking people of Canada.  Dissolution of Partnership,  ttfr.  GRILL ROOMand  RESTAURANT.  Thi p-irt'i .r^liij< lier*  I'.Hxtt'r K'-!,_r*>"n and  dny "[������������������������< .1 -il-  n\\ri'. l.y !  Httliin-',;: r'-r:iainir,_j It  pav ail  ncf.uiit- t-t,r\;  trm'tir1.;  bn _.-i(j'--i  and  sum...  lipijisj/i", .fuly '-C, 1  ..-(i-tirij.' V'l������_ un ! --.  Tt l.'i-l-t: lift? th... ; 4>  ':.������! <-Mi������"iit,  Hnvicr j *���������  ���������\,lflW--..       ll"V.illj.>  ml w,i:h '.heir (on- : 4*  !."���������: arl :r.oiii'-'i lor ; __i.  ' ���������!-  OPPN ALL NKillT.  J. V. PERKS.  Prop.    *  I: \."Ti:~"  i'.CjP.IXS.O.S'.  I'.OHKI'.T IiAI-.ICK."  For The Choicest  and Best  Fruits and  Confectionery  Cigars and  Tobaccos  . . TRY . .  MRS. W.J. L2EE'S STORE  McKKXZTE AVKNTK. ,1  Ice (heam Parlor in connection.  ���������I-+'M~M"M"M-1"l"H"H"H"M"f'M-M-f  Tbe Revelstoke Street Ca:  Company. 1;  The Revelstoke Street Car leaves  "Vicloria. Hotel for Station at f). 10,  11, 12, 2, JI. 1. 5. S and 0 o'clock.  I/"lives Station for Victoria Hotel at  n.:������). io.:*'). n.ao, i2.:m, 2.30, 3.30, lso,  5.TO, S.30.1).:i0.  FARE. 10 CENTS.  J. V. PERKS.        .    .        Proprietor.  Mods tlrst nnil llii nl Tiie__.il.iv In every month  in the Oddfellows' Imll. Visiting brethren III'  vitutl.  II. ("AlINK-, T. K. I..TAYI.OK,  Sccretiiry. I're.sidcnt.  ROBERT CLAIR  Contractor ....  nniCK, ST0X1~ and I'l.ASTKIIINO,   -  KXCAVATING, SlCWKKAGl*.,  -TIIKET CIKAUIN'G.  Contrnets Taken.  Kecuriiv i_:ivoii ns called for.  Material fiirnislied if nec'CFsnry.  .������_'i-T"I"I"T"T"I"I"I"I"*f"T"T"i"T":-':f"I"?"?"?"l"T"I'  +4">'t'l"I"I"t-I"t-i"l"I"I-*-l"i"i-I"~l"I"ti-~!"*l"t  1*  ATTENTION  Watch attention, rarcful, cxper-  Iciif'ufl. pulnstnkiutf attention. Attention thnt will keep its fine  ineelianipm fn perfect rondition.  ]l doesn't take much oil to make it  mark time, but it 111114 have that  inlli* and have K at the rinht time.  It in our busfne*-*-- to correct all .  ilIfllrultteR about 11 %vntcli and make  It keep correct time. It is our ambition to add to the reputation wc  think we hnv**. in no small measure  alrendv established of doing honest,  thorough -Hutch repairing. Itrini?  yonr nick watch along. Work  guaranteed.  of  Mr. k -,._.    --   ���������.     -  _^      Knglish. S-wjs* and American vratcu  ,*.      repairing.  I Guy Barber,  ; uni ~wi i~ji;"J-  Our repair department Is in charee  "���������;. I)oyle, an expert in  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  McKenzie Ave.   REVELSTOKE.  f-f'M'*'f*W^++**'I-***:M^+**'W*"-'  Miss Steele  Teacher of .fnsic, Latin. French, l'encll  Drnwlnit, I.i'--.i(lscnpeand 1'lKiiru in black und .  colored cravens, Oil nnd Water Color on canvass, MIk, satin, cto. Evening classes in English brunches nnd mathematics. Studio,  Smith Hi.ock.  TO CLEAR OUT  the stock of J. Aikenhead ������fc Co., composed ot  Watches, Jewellery and  Silverware /-,  wc have reduced prices of snme to n small per-  centnitc above cost, nnd will continue selling  nt reduced prices until July 23. Wc also make;  a specialty of   Watch Repairing.-     ������������������  each iob being thoroughly repaired and guaranteed for 12 months.   Ko cure, no pny.  "Mailorders promptly attended to, ana express paid one \\ ny.  E. M. ALLUM.  Watchmaker and Jeweler,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  A. H. HOL.DICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Roval School of Mines, London.    Seven years  at "Morfa  Works,  Swansea.     17   years   Chief  Chemist  to Wigan Coal and Iron Co..   Eng.  Late chemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Revelstoke. B.C.-  % 'ii  {{  r.  am

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