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 _"���������*.*������������"  ���������< ''���������' ' L<Cl  ���������r >  I !,.*  l'"'U-C:  *<?��������� ,   ������������**^���������������������������'������������������ ������������������ -- ��������������������������� ���������             ������������������ .-.  TpciTTTn-pi    rP"\A7*Tr~stTn,    A .���������"TX7^TT,TT1"_VP" H^TTT^'^'T^ A "V**********-        A TVT���������T^     TPTP.T���������_*"*_ A "V" ������*���������*������������������_  Vol.  IV.  -No.  44  REVEL3TOKE.B. C, FRIDAY,  JUNE 1, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  Parasols   AND   Umbrellas  We nre now opening a choice  line of Umbrellas ancl Parasols���������newest and prettiest  selection in the City.  MR. TAYLOR'S ADDRESS  The   Conservative   Candidate   for   This  Riding.  TO   TUB    HLISCTonS    OV    REVELSTOICK  HIDING:  CiHNTLKJIliN* '.  Having   lit'i'ii    nominated  &)&**&^>*^*P-JH*&**&*!*&*IM*. ������#������*������^MlH***PPMMnHMMHHHmWBi ***&HHKm&P&&&MK>������**i-*&>*&J><l  CHILDREN'S'  nt  35C���������$1.50  LADIES' at ������$ 1.25���������S8.00  UNDERWEAR  Tn Ladies' and Chiidrens'  Underwear wc are now  showing the neatest things  to be teen anywhere,  are surprisingly low.  Prices  Hosiery  Attention "is called to our  lines of Ladies'. Gents' and  Chiidrens* iloi-ierv. Our  comfort hose is the very  latest idea in these goods.  The logs are cotton and th������  feet natural wool. They absorb the perspirauon and  promote health, and' nt the  j*,>me time are light and cool  We have these ho.e in gents'  and Ladies' and- there is a  bin run on them.  NEVER OCCUR AGAIN.  B  pniij  Neckwear  The la tot Spring Novelties  in Neckties are now on view  in our store. If you want  something ne-.it and fashionable come and inspect 'our  stock of these goods.  IIS        till!  Lilii'i'iil Conservative (.'find'[(lulu in this  riding I beg lo put hefoie you briefly  111 y stand on tliu most important  questions now before tin* electorate:  I :uu in i'ull sympathy with tlu:  eight hour Inw" for underground  miners. Thu law has conic to stay  ami will 1111L ho interfered with except  nt, lht' u 11 itoil requestor nil m.iLii'B  directly interested in it.  It i.s my opinion Mint thu t.iino lias  coniu for a linn stand tn he made in  1 his province against the further im-  uiigiuLioii of oriunliil cheap lulioi*.  Any measure, which thu pnivinuiiil  legislature fitn puss loeheek this growing ������*vil will receive my support, nml  I shull hu in f.ivoi* of the strongest  pressure being pl*it*e<l on thu Dominion  and Imperial authorities lo assist hy  thu most stringent measures this province in what is now thre-'leiiing to  become a vi-rilalilu struggle for existence lor whitu workinginun.  I iini ,*i linn believer in thu principle  of government ownership of railways.  Thu provision of some effective,  system for, the settlement of disputes  liulwuuu capital :n:d lulioi* io much  needed, and imy measure in this  dii'i-ctioii, us well ns any others to ini-  provu the condition of the laboring  classes will find mc iu its la vol*.  This riding requires Ihe establish-  nun' of a registration ollice at  ltev. Istoke to facilitate thu conduct of  uiishu*.-*- <u tin** u.-oi net. and the  ui'i'i'tion of 11 jail is another require-  1111.nt, wlncti will receive my attention.  It is my belief that thu population of  Kootenay has reaeheu a point,, nt  which the establishment of a high  school at such 11 central point *is  Revelstoke has heroine necessary.  Thu development ot the Big" Bend  ���������mineral section is a point, which I  should do my utmost to further. The  loinplelii.n of thu waggon road to the  head of the canyon and. thu subsidizing a line of steamers on the upper  ii.\er would form in my opinion legili-  tn'ale methods tor the legislature to  adopt iu order to attain this desirable  object.  L would work for lhe construction  of roads, trails and bridges on a'libeial  scale throughout the riding, feeling  sure that the money expended iu thus  developing the' magnificent mineral  resources of tin* Trout Lake, Lai ilea u,  lush Kiver, llleeillewiiel, Arrow  Lake and Big Bend sections will  eventually prove a paying- investment for Ihe province .in the  large increase of revenue which will  accrue with the growth of mining  activity within the district.  '��������� If elected I ple'dge myself to'use tny  utmost eudi-avors to carry out the  above mentioned line of policy in ii-  untiruty. Ou , this ground I lipg lo  solicit your votes on the ninth of June.  Your Obedient* Scrvauf.  THOS. TAYLOR.  -S������-*���������X������S������SX^^  Lord  Salisbury on  the Imperial   Policy  in Scutli Africa.  SATURDAY FOR $5.75.  A COMPLETE  TRIUMPH.  No  I Perhaps you've seen some that we've sold at  I former special sale. Then you know how chic  I and tony our Millinery is. These will please the |  I most critical tastes. They are made in the most |  becoming shapes and trimmed in the jauntiest f  and newest styles- If ypu want a thoroughly |  Swell Hat for very small cost make a point of  seeing" these, :   ������������������  Carpet  Our great drive in Carpets  still continues���������25 per cent,  discount. Money saved is  mt. Ifey^made 7"���������By -"-buy i n g-  our Carpets you can make  some.  HOUSE  FURNISHINGS  In Wall Paper wc are offering special inducements this  spring iu the way of low  prices. We have a big stock  to select from a������ d those  needing Wall Paper will  find it to their advantage to  inspect our line and get our  prices before purchasing el.-e-  where. Our Window shades  and curtain poles are new  and artistic.  Groceries  We are always on the top in  this line; being the heaviest  purchasers we can afford the  choicest goods at the lowest  prices.  ���������������������������^������������������**-���������������������������������"��������� II ������������������I1HI  RAM LAL'S TEA as a Package Tea  cannot be beat. It has no equal In the  Market, as a sample package will convince all lovers of good Tea.  .  Rifle Shooting.  The fillmviiiir   lire the scores  made  hv thejuipuibers of No. 5 Coinpanv   ol  lhu   Knckv   lMounliiin   IiilK-s it  their  lirst, and second  practices   ofthe   sen-  son; dint.mie 20'.) yurds, highest,  possi-  blu score 2S:   .  .  Saturdav. iUiiv lf)lh���������  Private, li. Wiilerson   18  ���������' .      T. Carey   IS  '*       Geo. lii'iivn   IS  .1. IJ.  MiLennan   IS  "       13.  A.  Kettleson   ���������IS  1).    Ford   17  Corporal J. 15. McLean   17  Surgl. ,T.   Ringer   17 _  -Captain T. E.   L.  Tavlor.*   17  ' Cm p.  \V.  C. Birney   16'  Private L.   A.  Frelz   l(i  .1. K  Taylor   10  K.  Dodd   10  "       K.  A. Skene...'.   15   -  \\\   G.  Jehu.-   15  Corp. R. Gordon ", T  ' H -  __J_.fivate It. M.- Smvlhe   .��������� 1+:.  "'       S. Lawrence   13  L.    Jehu....-   l?  Col. Sergt. J. O.   Meri-iib   A  Privuie T..D. -Picaid   -u ,  *,-  .   '* J.   Havjige ,'....   .  li  Sergt.' K.  D. Johnson..:....  itr ���������  Private   J.  Tweeddale   .10  J.   Outhelt   u  "       W. ��������� Smvlhe.. .*.   7 -  K. W.  JLi.   Paget   -   ;>  li.     Temple    0  "       C.    Miner -. *.   ���������>  vSatiirdav, Mav 20th���������  Private  L.   A. Fret.z   22  T. D.  Picard   21  Capt. T. 32. L. Tavlor   21  Private    W.   Smyth   20  "       .1.  D. .McLennan   IS  .Sergt.  K.   IJ. Johnson   IS  Private  H.   A.Skene   IS  B.  \V.   B. Paget   17  R.  M. Smvlhe   10  "       T.    Carev    10  K.    Dodd     15  Corp. .7.   E.  .McLean   15  Private XV.    Savage   U  3.   E. Tavlor   12  B.   Temple.   10  O.   Norris    9  "       C. Moore   1)  Corp. W.   G. Birnev   S  Ser-^t.  J.   A. Binder   .      S  Private J.  Outhett   . -1  "       Geo. Beavo   i  Tho   lifle   company   will    pai  ade to  church on Sund-iy next,. June 2;  d.  POLITICAL POINTERS.  W. MiifCUiin, the United Socialist  Labor candidate in Vancouver : "We  li^ht Joe Martin aa a direct enemy of  wurkiHumeri here and  in  Manitoba."  Ralph Smith, the Labor leader : "If  1 had ii votu in this ridinir, under exist ioK circumstances I would Rive it to  Thos, Taylor.  Tin-Vancouver \Vnrlil. Mr. .Martin's  oi*k������u. places A. McRae among Uie  novernnieiit candidates and l he campaign literature which his committee  is eirculatiiifj is provided hy Air. Alat-  tin's central committee. '  An Opinion From Bismarck.  Paul Ki-.ir.ev met Bismarck onre and  was disposed to boast of the sm cess of  his former war with the British.  "Yes," Bismarck is reported to have  said, ���������' but you should po on your  knees and,thank the Almighty that it  was Gladstone and not Disraeli yon  had l.o deal with. Di. r-u'li would have  handed you."  *"*_,M--*iy**iu*iir***MT*,rw  Ladies' Hats trimmed in the*very Latest Shapes,  including Turbans, Dress Shapes and Shoit Back  Sailors. They have been as carefully-trimmed as  though you had left your order. The best of  , ' Chiffon Flowers,' Pretty New Ribbons and  Ornaments: Special Saturday 5.75c  _������i--fy-.j������-iuivr_*������T.--.L.Hiw-'----^^  Ladies' Skirts  . Tliis Skirt is made of*, a very, line CambVic. It. is  finished with a deep umbrella frill and an under frill  of cambric. XVn have several oilier styles, incliulim;  a few with em broidery trimming for Saturday. We  mark them alTat. one price.  One Twenty-Five.  A price little onoup-h for such  superior pieces.    Remember $1.-3 for any skirt in tliu lot.  Odd  Lines of  Silks  The "leftover" pieces anil lengths of some plain"and  tancy silks are lo he cleared on Satard.iy at one half  to nearly one fourth their regular value..  Plain and Fancy Silks, balance of odd lines, eotinist-  iiiji of plain and striped Tiiretl.as. Surahsaiid Fancy,.  Brocades, h* full range of c-olorini.s-iii qualities,  suitable for Blouses or linings resjularOOc, $1, $l-_!5u.  yard.    Saturdav to clear 05c.  Buying Chances  in Wash Goods  Nearly One Thousand Yards of Good Wash Fabric"  ���������i-will-lie-ii]arked-al-a-ue.w_price_(.n.Satiirday_moriiini_:-^_  a price that, will he very favorable to buyers. Thu  saving thereby will vary from,one lourth to quite  one half. We can guarantee thu qualities in every  case.'    ' * .  Ladies' Tailor Suits  2.50  Just 10 of these  Fine Street   Costumes   in   Oxford.  Medium Grey and Heather Mixture.   The  coals   in  Reefer Flv Front and Short Eton Blazer styles.  A Special'Saturday offer at $12^50  Underwear  Summer qualities and nt prices you would little  expect so early in the season. We do this to make  you better acquainted with oar Underwear Slock on  sale Saturday morning.  Ladies' Vests, fine Egypt inn Yarn. Swiss ribbed,  closed and hutton front, silk ribbons, short sleeves  and no sleeves.    Regular price 30c. nml 35c.  . ' 20c  Fine Summer Netting, single snips,  of Sateen trimmed.      Latest short  hip style.    Size.  1Sio2S: regular 90c.  Saturday : 70c.  ��������� I   anil no sleeves.  ]���������*.  Saturday   f   Ladies' Corsets,  .Men's Summer ,  TJnderwear  No unworthy qualities in our stock at any price. A  satisfying variety of styles and makes. A futv hints  of our prices.  Men's Biilhi-iggiiu Underwear Shirts and Drawers.  Sa.een   tarings,   pe.irl   buttons,    overlocked   seams.  Warranted double thread, all sizes *. . .50c  Men's Fine Balbri.gttan JJnderwear Shirts and  Drawers overlockud-seains, ������s:ileen facings.  A11 sizes 75c  Men's Fine Imported Striped Bal'irigKan  Underwear  Shirts  and   Drawers.   French  nei k,   pearl   billions.  Ribbed skirts and cuff.-, full fashioned.  All sizes 00c  Qlothing Ohances  for Saturday  Five splendid chances to buy reliable Clothing al a  cost, much less than we are accustomed to tret for  equal quality. Yours to share if you louie to this  store on Saturday morning, when we sell.  15, "Youths  Three-Piece suits  Canadian    "  Short Pants made of medium Brown  Tweed, tinted wilh green, strong Italian Cloth  Linings, well made, sizes 26 to 211. Regular price  $5.50; Saturday  $3.75  Goods for Men  ;Men's Suits, single breasted, sacque style, in all-wool  grey mixed Canadian Tweed, strong Italian Cloth  Linings, bottom facings on mat, well made, all sizes.  Our regular price SI 1.50.    Saturday $8.75  Men's Trousers in all wool Canadian Tweed, -three  pockets, strong, serviceable trimmings. Om* reguliu  price Sji2.5C; Saturday $1.75  ' Men's Waterproof Coals, paddock style, with cape,  Dark Covert. Clolh. check linings, seven seams,  stitched edges, all -sizes.     Our regular price $10.00.  Saturday     $S.OO  Men's Top Shirts���������A  bargain  plum  in   Alen's  Black  Shirts*.  Men's* Black.Saleen  Shirts,  all sizes.     Our   regular  pi ice 75c. and $1.   Saturday 00c  London, May 30.���������Lord Salisbury,  who was entertained at dinner last  nighl, by tht. City of Loudon Conservative Association, made an important  anniiimceiiient regarding thu government's South African policy.  ���������'Tliu 'Slop thu war' jmrtv havu used  my inline," said the premiur, "in  support of their ideas, hy stating that  1 promised that lheir should be un  annexat ion of territory, nor annexation of the gold fields. I never gave  lhe pledge. I never meant to give a  pledge. (Loud cheers.) 1 slated a  simple historical fact. We wen;  accused of going to war forlust of gold  mil territory. It. was one of tho-e  atrocious calumnies, which, under the  favoring inllueiiceof Dr. Leyds, spread  it.ielf over thu press of Europe. Nothing could hu moru untrue. We went  to war tost op oppression of thu Queen's  subjects in the Ti ausvaal, and because  our remon-.tr.-inces were met by an  insulting ultimatum, to wliich, if the  Queen's government had submitted,  iier power, not only in South Africa,  but over hei colonies and dependencies,  would have been at an end. We weie  forced inio war by the actions of our  opponents. To say that because we  repudiated t.he greed of territory we  theirfnro hound ourselves never lo  annex any territory, is a most tidicul-  ons. misconstruction.  "I dwell on this matter because this  matter of annex.iliou is about, to become a burning question. We havu  made a truinuiidous sacrifice, of blood.  There are misleading prophets*, whose  action bulks as large in .he columns  of thu iiewspapeis as the action of  more influential and powerful people:  who mislead the rulers of thu Transvaal to continue resistance far beyond  the time when all lesistanee has ceased to he even possibly successful.  These men are perpetually pressing  us to make some conditions, lo offer  some arranged stipulations lhat will  leave a shred of independence to the  two lepublics. Our only certainty of  preventing a recurrence of this fearful  war, is to insure that never again  shall such a vast accumulation of  armaments occur and that not a shred  of the former independence of the re-  puhlic shall remain.   (Cheers.) '  "We are not yet at the end of the  war; but, I shall Venture to lay it  down as a primary condition of any  future settlement, that precautious,  will liu taken of such a character that,  such a war will never occur again. Of  course, what measures will be neces-  saiy it is impossible- at any moment to  determine, because that depends huge  ly upon the action and temper of  those with whom we have to deal.  "I have already intimated that their  resistance has gone heyond the limit  to wliich resistance could .wisely go.  Itisnotfor us lo criticize their acls,  in what they are pleased to cii.il self-  defence.' but they have acteil so that  every bitterness created by* ���������" the war,  and every severance of classes and  races, have been stimulated by every  measure they have taken ; and" so they  go on.  '* It will also be one duty to protect  those native races, who have been so  sorely afflicted, and at ihe tame. time,  so fo'conduct their policy that, so fat-  as possible, there shall bu a reconciliation, and that every one shall be a  h.-ipny member nf the British empire."  After the master of the mils. Lord  Alverslone. lias proposed "The Imperial-Forces." Lord Salisbury again rose,  hold-ng a paper in his hand, and said:  "I find that Lord Roberts has occupied Johnaniieshurg."  This annoiinceoient wa* followed hy  a wild display of enthusiasm, thu enm-  p.iny cheering for "Bobs" aud singing. God Save the Queen.  ���������SIR CHARLES MUST WiH.  Believes   the   Conservative Will Return  a Majority This Time.  Nnthwilhstanding his SO years. -15 of  which   have _been_ spent...ii'-.an active  Doubt  That   the   Flag  Flying Over Pretoria.  is:  KRUCER HAS MADE HIS ESCAPE.  His Probable Fate Discussed in London.  The Times Regard the  Boer Collapse;  as Complete and th; War' as Virt'ualljr  at an  End.     Thc   Bo_r3   Have   Fl_d.  Eastward Into the Lydberg; District.   ������  Cm'Ktown.   May   31���������Gen.   Rundle'  h.-i.s   defeated a   Boer C-oiiwim.'idn   at  Senekal.       His    casualties    were   5-t*  killed.  London. June 1���������Belated despatches:  from Pivtoiia confirm   thu   ruport .of  the departure of Gen. Ivrnger wilh his  cabinet and stuff oflieials on Tuesday  night, and lhe   selection at a  meeting  of   the   citizens   of   ti  committee     to1  administer   the   city ' affairs    provisionally.   Although   the war oflice has  not received  a   word about it,  no iini.  in London harbors the'idea  that   thu  Boer Capital is not in the hands of the,  British or   about   to   bu   there.     The'  possession of Johannesburg is  a  fact.  The.   Hoeis   lately   confronting   Lord  Robeits appear to have gone eastward'  toward tlie Lydberg region.-  Some discussion is going on iu  Lou  don as to what will be done with Pres.  Kruge.r, if bu is ctptit'red; nne'idea' is'  that he will   he   sent   lo   St.   Helena,  another   that   he   will   be   tried     for''  treason.  The Times says "Any further resistance on the part of liners is futile, and  the   collapse   of   the Transvaal   as   a  militant   stale   may    be   regarded   as*  complete. Threats    ot    obstinate"  guerilla, warfaie need notbe taken  moie seriously than the exploded  menace of resistance at Johannesburg  or Pretoria.. The annexation ofthe1  Transvaal will speedily- follow. The  war is rapidly approaching ' a  close." *' ...  5000 frFsh -1roops   will   embark, for'  South   Africa   within   the   next   few  days.  Although the fall of Pretoria has not'-*  yet been confirmed by the war 'oflice.  there have been   great rejoicinsr   and*  celebrations   throughout; the* British*  Empire. -        "- .���������"��������� *   *  Flannelettes  32 inch Flannelette  in  stripe palters,  all   colorings.  Our regular price 10c. per yard.     Saturdav���������10 yards  ' for  $1-00  .Some Extras-in Curtains..  THAT YOU CAN BUY AT A BIG SAVING  BETTER MAKE A NOTE OF THEM.  Twenty-Five Pairs "Fine Quality Swiss Net Curtains, in White and Ivory, new styles  and patterns. We bought them at n;very large discount and are able to sell them at  about halt their proper price.    Your choice on Saturday morning, per pair $ | .50  BOURNS' BBOS,  political life. Sir Charles Tupper is still  a sturdy man. capable of lighting the  battles of the Conservatives whenever  called upon to do so. Asked by the  Toronto Telegram as to whether he  thought the general elections would  he deferred until next December, he  answered :  ������������������ 1 really don't know, we are prepared Lo go to the pools any time, the  sooner the better."  " Do you expect that the Conservatives will return a majority?"  "Oh,   yes;   there's   no donht of   il.  We expect to have a majority in every  province excepting, perhaps. Quebec."  ���������' Do you think the (jnvernnient. lost  ground dining the piesent session ?"  *'Yes, there's no doubt of it." He  then t*.*viewud the Brockville and  West Huron trouble, accusing the  Government of putting the matter off  from time to lime in order that it  might profit. hy delay ur that damaging evidence might not be brought up.  '��������� The CJoverumet.i is unwilling .to  prosecute the investigation because  evidence would prove that Conservative candidates would have been elected in Hiockville and West Huron, and  that the seals had been stolen by  u gang who had been sent to tni-n the  ballot. ' It is now know n that this infamous Rang has been.- working at  numeious bye-elections, both local and  in the Dominion taking away the  voice of the people. The- Government  is compelled to take a strong position  on account of the present condition of  the minds of the electors. " Sir Wilfrid, he said, to defer the West Elgin  and Brockville affairs had, at thn last  moment, declared tbe matter so  serious that he decided to refer it to a  Roval Commission.  The Opposition- Cause:  "Last evening's meeting iu the  inter-"*  est of the opposition candidates was a -  successful-one in every.lespect and at'-'*  forded   strong indications-that   those'"  gentlemen   will be   elected two-weuks *  liuuf to-day.    Their satisf.ntion" will** .  be   shared in hy   many   who dfd   not**-  agree with them in regard to Dominion matters bntsee in their prospective  =uccess the surest means of   lubuking  Martinism-     With  all   electors   who*'"  take   a- sober   and sane view   ofthe"*  ���������situation   the- main     purpose   to   bu"  ������������������tchieved is the restoration of  respon- ���������  =iblu government,   which ��������� has practi-"*  cally been suspended in this piovince. -  The Marlingovernnient stands as  the^  representative    of   irresponsible   and"  personal rule*, which must be  rebuked*,  ihroush   that   government's     defeat.������������������  All oilier issues are really subordinate *  to this, and as time passes the electors **  see Lhis fact more and   more   clearly.  In   the   matter of policy,   apart from'  the railway and the methods of deal-**  ing with Asiatic   immigintion.   there'  are  very few   material  differences he- -  tween   the   various   parties   so" theieV,  need be   no hesitation   in   supporting^  the. Wilson ticket either on that  score'*  (.r on theground of personal character.  What     genuine ���������   Liberals    have     to"'  remember i-s lhat the Martin  govern--  ment   has    trampled   on     the     very"  foundation   principles   of- L-iheralism,-.  and that ihey   can   best serine, a"   vindication of thesepriueiples by support-'  ing the men ino*-l. likely to succeed cin  opposition.     There  can be no reasonable   donlit   that      Messrs..   Wilson,.  Gartlen���������Tatlow���������rtiid���������Woods-a rcj-thosu^-  inenin thu Vancouver case.���������Province.-  General Merchants  Revelstoke, B. 0.  5 ���������>:������^>^,p,_^,_^.������,r*j_^^  Mackintosh    on   the  Oriental  Question-  Gov.     Mackintosh   has    outlined   a*  practical, "statesmanlike policy for thu  exclusion of Oriental   labor.  "He  proposes first to re-enact I he" coal   mines*  regulation   bill,    establishing such  an  educational test for employes  as  will'  exclude Orientals.    Mr.  Martin  voted  against this bill in thu last l,>*_islaturi*'*  heinuthenin   league  with   Mr.  Dunsmuir to down his  late, colleagues.-"the  Semlin Cotton government.  Mr.   Mackintosh  next   proposes   tn  make it compulsory on all  contractors* -  for government woi k and  work sub- ���������  sidized by the government tn adopt thu  standard wages for labor.    This would  not only shutout Oriental labor, whicli  no  employer   will  pay    white    men's,  wages, hut will be a great point gained -  by labor unions.    Hoth these measures*  arc fully within" llie authority   of  the1  provincial legislature, so that there is*,  no fear of thuir disallowance at Ottawa.  They can he-pasted at the first session*  of lhe new legislature :ind  pressure at-  Ottawa may  secure  their  prompt allowance,   making  them    immediately"  effective. .   >  Having  thus done   all  ' within  tho ���������  power  of the.   province,   Gov. ��������� Mack--  mto*-h proposes to petit ion the Imperial1  Government to so amend lhe  British  North America act that the piovince  mav  legislate on questions   affecting*  their autonomy.   This would give the-  province full  power in the  Japanese-  and Chinese questions, which are of a  purelv    domestic'   nature���������Rossland.  Record.  -1.  Going to Make a Quxk Job.  The City Engineer, Colonel Tracy,  will go up to Revel.-toke on Friday  and will return here on Monday or  Tuesday. He will report upon the  plant ofthe Revelstoke Power and  Light Company. -News Advertiser  C. Bro.vn, of New  Westminster,  lhe new   ministen   of   finance   in   the-  Martin   cabinet,     will     address     the-  electors   iu   Revelstoke   on   behalf of"  their candidate. A.   McRae, on   Monday next and another of Mr.  Martin's  speakers, named Mr. Gree.r, will make  another   onslaught   in   Mr.    McRae's.  favor on   June   0th.     There   are, the  dates   as given   in the Martin   organ,  the Vancouver World. '  Miss   Isabel  T.  Kerr graduate and  medallist of Motilton Col lege Toronto..*!.,  gifted and   popular elocutionist,  who  has delighted large audiences in most  of the principal cities of the Kast; will  appear in   Revel.-toke on  the 12th  of  June. The  programme wiil. be -varied  slightly  by thiee   or   four pieces   oT"  vocal music by the.best  talent of ouu-  U-itv. * pwwjbumj  l������XM**axarMxrrm*mux.<*r*ir*mi*  Revelstoke   Herald  Published In the Interest**" rf  RevelBtoke. Laredun,   Bl-q; U.*>?i.l. 'i'wui  Laitc.   lUicllle-waiM,  Albert  Cur.ymi.  Jordan    Tass    and    Eagle  Pass  Districts  A.  JOHNSON    ���������    ���������    PP.OPJUIS'l'Or:  A   Stmt���������Weekly   Journal.   puhl:stn->l  :- --���������   -interests   ot      Kevelstoke     aii'l  "*���������*.������   surrounding   districts,   Woduus-  ������uv������  and  Saturdays,   making  closest  ..niinciians  with  all  trains.  Advertising Kales: Display a.'ls.  t_.iu per nics,. Kin������le column. Vt.QQ iier  tnche when Inserted on title pane.  Lr������a.l ads, liie per Inch (nuiiparieli  ���������luii* for lirst insertion; f,u for eai.i-  ���������%jJiJitional insertion. Reading notions.  ' Ins ��������� per Uni- eacli issue. tthth, Marriage and Death  notices, tree.  Subscription -Kates: l-'.y mall or  tarrier. S'i p������r annum; ?1.2a fur six  months, strictly In advance.  Our Job Department. THE 111.IIAI.I.  Job * Uiupartuient is one. ot the. hesc  vyu!*,.peij 'printing offices In West  Ko.uetinv. and Is prepared . to ���������"���������xeeuie  all hinds ot printing In first, class  ...ii- -..i liniies-t prices. Ont price to  ill. No jell ton la;**,-e--r.or.... uiu small  ���������l.T up. Mill! Older.*, |.!*iinijilly :lt-  ���������.->n.|.*f! to. Give us a trial on your  ai'M   order.  To correxpon'lcy.ts: We Invite cor-  (���������������������������si.iptti_i.nei* en any subject of Inter-  mu to the cencral public, and deulro  \ reliable correspondent in every lo-  -mIHt tuirniindlnic Revelstoke. In .''il  ensf*.* tbe bona fide name of trie  writer must accompany, manuscript,  t,i������ run nf-cessnrlly-for publication.  Addr**������.������e  all  ,-iommunicatlons  REVKLSTOKE   HERAI.P.   o ���������  Notice  to  Correspondents  CANADIAN HORSES  Major General Strangg Writes  Abor,  Army "Remounts  I T!������5 ������ir:Inwin:_ letter which appitireil  ', In the MiirnhiK Post, :t_oi.i!i.n, will be  i read   with   Intorout  In   Albert:;:  Sir: 1 see In tho' Murnln:.; 1'oki Mi:*.*.  j the- ij!*m..*:!i ,j;*,!Vi.*i*nii*ieiit h������.s ptin 1:.*..-'_���������  _.,000 horses In lhe State ol' _Jew Yer!*.  at .'in rivrra.ye price ol'about $100 each.  They could Iiav..* not more :*orvli'.'*i!blo  horsuii for less money from Canada,  especially from ' the prnlr'e loimlrv.  wl'dch produces the hardlci't !ioi*si*.-i i*  the world. Thc veldt and ilv prairie  aro synonymous. The broncho v,*l,l  live on nun dried Brass'where the civilised horse' starves. Willi jjaiely of  heart ive accept the lives of ihe Canadians and the s*!f������ of Lord Sliulli-  eor.a. Hut when il comes to piitil'.'f*' j  amr.ey Inlo '.he pockets of Cuiiaili.nis I  by a drill  advaiUiifjooiiH  to  Miu_<i.-ivi ;���������*,, |  1. All correspondence innst be los-  IMy written on one side ot tho paper  only.  2. Correspondenco containing f)r-  sonal matter must be signed .withthe  proper name of thfc  writer.  3. Correspondence with ���������r-rfer .nan.  to anything that has app������ar?.U In an-  Mh.r paper must first be oir-rr-.l. for  publication to that paper el-foro it  can  appear in THE .HEK.U.D**  are Kept carefully according to mod- [  r.rn ideas of cattle raisin*,', with suKl-  islonl food to nourish them nml propi.v  nhclter and protection, Uio bloode-*"  ���������inhiii'..!.'! ::���������.'���������-��������� just ns cheap lo support  ��������� :i  iii.: piiore.se scrub.  'I'll!:*, i.** leg the ease, no fanner turn  ;':���������(.' ih*.'.: he i.-; iini able l*"> !:*-'.*l. a i'i *,.'  .:-.('..   la   llnie,   l.-.  :>*.:J>'*Li11:ti���������   them   e*.i-  ���������o'y for his inferior cows. UK.-*, nil*-"-"*  Mi.! eattli*. l.al h'ni begin wccdlns  .,'.)*. Kradtially all th" poorest of hi.**,  Corl; nnd m.ik-J every addition he o.  the line blooded animals. It is butler  to do tIII:., even i!" only o:v. or two ci  l.o p*.i!*cl;ay_'d a year. The flock wi::  increase In the nuiiir.il way and ,���������!._ 1:  multiplies, the owner w'.ll realize that  he possesses somethiiis that :v..irl__s th-  i**,.,.t*.ni of tlie trade. JOvery animal  ih.it lie biiui;.--* into the world haa 'ts  price, and a prlco that fluu'.ua'.es much  :*.ss than Ihi'.t given lor inferior slo-:k  Lv.irli wt.ll  lire*1,    stocl; can   always be  '.      There   i*j   searc.-ly   a herder  of  w.j'prcf.*r-,lbdcal   with     the   over-en'.*: | ,,n;) .   ..,,,._   uiH.    01.   .,_,_.,   ,lmt   ,...���������.  .im  Uud  u  t.oo.l  custom, r even  In  '.hi  TESTING   CANNED IW EATS  Among the most incompr--hen.sl._ii-.  proceeding to be observed within the  vast area of Woolwich reserve depot  are the doing of a small party/if olli-  clals, one of whom appears to do nothing all da.y long but stt at a table ana  tap on. the top of tin cannlstors with  :*u couple of bits of; stick, something  !; after the manner, of a child*.'beating  - on the uptumea'"eiftf of his drum. ;Tn*_  - "tins; are  passed:; before him about as  fast as he can tap them, and absolule-  ���������',::. ly.nothing Stems to come of the game-.  ; To. the unenlightened    onlooker   It is  -V'^uiif unintelligible. = *, Thertlns contain'  .'.meat; ;a.nd before they arc;passed 'into;,  '^store^jt';!?,^ or^'course. - important;; to.  r examine the condition of- what is in-  - closed,, ah*X'this.  in. fact, -Is ...the 'way  ,T,it'.*ls* doiie.V*";./rhe.;*.:'trolried*^ear*''of..\ine.  expert examiner:can  tell -whether,;.the**  . ;��������� sneat- Is. In a, wholesome'���������.���������condl.tloi-i hy.  -:-.  .the sound iemitted '; when irappee, .w.iih ,  -the: stick,:* just as the examiner of rai I-;  ,* way carriage wheels is supposed to ;b .  ..   able to tell!��������� whether the wheel he taps,  *. ���������; with the. hammer, is ; :cracfced.r or.: not.'  / The. rapidity with:which :the. business;  '. :ls gone through, and the; seeming in-  .   attention   of the .'performer with the;  sticks, arid his totai. indifference to ai!  ;   sorts of noises.'''about him, render the  "'procedure*':a:    very, curious    one    to  watch.     The test is said to  be pr.ic-  ��������� --.tically:* infallible. ;,  - Owing no, doubt to. the   many calls  on . the public purse caused    by Euro-  ipean and other: ministerial'*. rip's, th?  Dominion goverr.m.nt has up .to t'r.p  present found Itself .unable to provide  sufficient funds .to give even one coat  of cheap paint to thelmmisration Hal'.  =et-^Ca'.gEry-f==!=^T-he*^unnatural*==-wood*=  . 5nish which at present disfigures in-?,*  building, looks all the more uninviting  to tte eye now that the imm'.gtation  agent; has improved tho appearance of  the * -grounds.      It has ' been suggested  . that even if the country cannot afford  j.alnt. a lltti- v.-"*.:;*.v.*a_h '.vuuia b'  better than nothing. The government  haa never experienced any diJHculty In  procuring all the whitewash necessary  for other less laudable purposis. arl  might easily place a little of its supoly  where  it  would    really  do  the    most  '. good.      . ���������'������������������:.   \  '     -.-���������.*  Yankee, who ;i.ccoiHiiutoH th**.. boast."!  solidarity of Anslo-Ka::on !v.!nslil)*i l.> j  a Pio-llocr Anglophohlu. as Intense ,i>. j  that of lCin'ope. Tlu-; steady hiyal'.y I  uf t.'iiiiiulhins is to mo a pcrin.lii.il i  aui.li:e;))i..nl'.  Twenty yearn ago I starled the Military Colonisation Kanehe in i.'.inaila  by the iiurcha.su of MO brood marcs  and suitable stallions, mainly with a  view of.supplying'horses to the iirit-  Ish army for wars, oven then inevitable to all eyes except'those at "Westminster.- AVhen the last Kiel revolt,  broke out X raised and horsed at my  own risk.and responsibility a squadron  of cowboy scouts ami put them under  Major Steele, who now commands  Lord Strathcona's Horse. Incomparable leader, of unmatched scouts, lie  led and covered the western column,  .I. UK' its long train of! wagons in a  march of SOO miles*;through a wilderness country and bands of hosliii-  Halfbreeds-'and *']pala.iis,-'as wily, as  mobiie, and as good shots us the Boers,  betler armed with ������������������Winchester repeaters than.the Canadian Militia Tnf.i:i-  try. with their, clumsy old Sniders. "We  found, oiir enemy cnlrench<*d as the  Boers': eritrench.:���������':"������������������: Bui:'..they were oul-  manoeuvered, an-X . surrendered ni't'-r  two ���������skirmishes, with siighl loss to ourselves.. That this was possible wns  due'not. only, to the prairie scout but  to the horso;. be. rode; Our hoises  ���������"���������iv'eiie seldom |; picketed, except whe_,  in contact' wilh .the ..enemy, or in  wooded, country when ..* gracing* was  impossible. ; 'Otherwise they grazed a.  night, kept .'���������rquiided���������*, up"���������in cowboy  par)a.iice;:;liy' the ;mouriled patrols who  circied:; round :..'; thenft, . ���������������������������: .Atternf. Is at  stampeding on; the pai*t';:of ;he enemy  failed,; for:'ahy.: Indian ��������� who entered  that; circle never left1 it, and as 1 rode  cut* in lhe morning march 1 passed  :,morc than: one,��������� "Tledskin" minus lib  scalp!:,' ''���������_ asked no; tiuastirms; "a ia  'gu-orrc ; coriime: a la guerre." Tlie  : enemy, played the game thai v.*ci>.  The game;in South. Africa I don't mi-  derstaiid. * On our . side. it scims i'.i*:-���������  the games, of my. youth at .\!durs:i.*t.  which'"I, never .iearnt,'" ihank Cod  At the; conclusion of th-.i '_*.:..1.11 in  campaign"pt.lS'iS the' iiite:'G=-n i *..��������� jtav-  ehhill.-Tt.'H;: A.;-visited;, the 'nivulU:.  ranches, and bought. hoi'scs .or ��������� 'no  British army, as his. success ir. Colone.  Goidie,, also/did. They,wvr-2 r-.tnutci  on. most favorably, for sevrr.il years  in succession. "Eventually tl .;-Lo'.-lor.  Horse Dealers and: ***Hor*se L!'.*-.-.:,"-*rs  association got members of . .u*;:.*.*ie m  to .bring pressure on -Uie war .���������iliv*.  and the: purchase of horse.*, m C -*'���������-  ada for. the army . was,, ort'n . -1 ' ' b-  discontinued.;. : I brought t:.e mattui  personally to the: notice i*f j_ord Wol-  selcy, ivho seemed:"powerless.  ��������� 1 had had enough, and retired from  the business, recomrsenfliiig that *.h  war- otllce should send out an ofiicer.  _and_a^Ce_w-.abny__.ras___r.i_e-_r___j.gh riders  midst of dull and depressed tlmi'.**.  Tl.ln is lhu llnaneul dlffuivnce In Ih"  returns ( f ihe two breeds. One  adds to uiavruilsi and v.ivyln:-; iiiconi**.  th" oilier 'o;*l::r-*s an n*>!'tiranee of e*.>r-  .:.i:i dilliiltt* I'tv'.ilH and vaiues that  ran be depended upon al all limes.  The man of business sense can readily  see' which will prove ihu most uroiU  ahlo  lo  111 in  in  the end  WIRE  SPAttKLKTS  ���������Jacob Oatman was sovert-ly cr-JP'r..'.!  u the W. P. brlilsc Wliin!:>eg, v.'.;'-..'-  hoarding a train.  Wl'linm Ross, a Shotl I.:*.!:e fnrmcr,  .shot  hlms.Jlf   while i!cs;>.ii-do'-::.  Tliu Western ran.'ida L\-.--- .*v--*.:'.*-  sloii luff Winnipeg today on a iu.hlM*  jaunt.  !:col*_ish clansmen have tlpeidnd to  i ivo Lord Minto a welcome to Winnipeg.  Stanley Ha.U a.nd a number of bicycle stores were damaged by fire in  _Uin!ro_l.  Fifty persons were hurried in thn  collapse of cold storage premises nt  gnu: hump Ion,   l_ng!and.  IVm. 'Wi.so ,his wife and two sons  ivrre shot by an unknoivn peraon or  persons at Anoka Mills.   ���������  London, May 29.���������Tt *was said this  morning that _\li*p. Gladstone Is graid-  ually urowin,*. weaker. Her riglht side  is paralyzed.  Tin- JIalfbreed commission is at  i:\_rl Qu'Appelle. There aro .seveval  hundred fumillus there walling for  ycrlp.  Tho I_lbcr.il convention for Western  Ass-lnlbola nominated Mr. Walter  Scott to oppose Mr. Davin, M. P., at  the goni'i-al elections.   o   SPRAY,. YOUR TREES  ���������^^���������^������^^**ffl-^������-S-������^  crald  ,fJCX_ RPORATUD 1BT0  MI:IW iJHAXDING   SClll-'.ME  A new method of branding cattle "r.rii-  he..-u ih-vised liy Walter A. Cameron,  of at.icuy, Mo-.it., :-.*iys the Sulenthle  Amurican.  i: this means iho animals are indelibly marked Inslcad of being bm*n-  ed. The branding lu!>'.rume:it consists  (,f two levers pointed together sin.l  provided v. 1th jaws. Ou tho lower ;.iw  a sot'L metal hnpreisslon blue!*: is _���������*'_.-  cured, and on tho upper jaw a. bioek  in carried liaving a chamber communicating by means of u, tube with a  reservoir containing the indclllb.o  fluid. The tuoe imioses a ii'.uiigc-r  oieralcd from the uuper lever and ii  provided wilh lateral ports al its upper and lower ends. Tho lower port-  permit the fluid ico flow into -..if  chambered block when the plunger Is  rni:jed and the upper ports permit the  liquid above Ihe p'.-nger to be forced  back  Into  iho  reservoir.  Symbol carrying plates are removably secured to the chambered bio3k.  The symbols consist of letters, figures  or other characters, and are formed of  .ubuiar   pins.  Tn using the lustrum*:nt the levers  are operated to separate tho jaws.  Uy reason of thi.; motion the plunder  will be drawn upward to permit iho  liquid from tho reservoir io flow liicr.  the chamber. After placing the* *m-  pression block carried by the lower  jaw agair.sl tho outer side of the animal's ear. the levers are operated to  force the tubular pins inlo lhe- ear  hereby causing llio plunger to lniec*  the  liiiuid  into  the wound.  A spring within the lube holds th ���������  plunger normally below tho lowur  ports, _o thai the liquid w'.il not cs-  eape when the device i.s  not ln usa.  This Is the season when frequent  reference will be made to spraying  mixtures for.jtise on trees and plants  lo destroy insects and fungi. Formulas! for these mixtures have been  published often in these columns, but  for the benefit of new readers and old  ones who may not have former publications at hand wc reproduce tbtem  herewith. Keep them where they may  he  referred   to when   wanted:  Rordeaux Mixture���������Four pounds each  copper sulphate and quicklime.      Dis- I  solve   in a  barrel   of   -10  or   M  gallons *  of  watfr.      For use   on  potatoes,   in-  cren-se    the  copper    sulphate    to    six!  pounds.      This   mixture   is   strictly   a ,  fungicide,     to    destroy    these    germs  which aitaeic* either fruit or tree.      ..- ,  should   be   on   hand    all   through   the !  season.      lt *is often recommended  to  use   Bordeaux  in   connection with  an  insecticide;   in that case    add    to the  above   mitxure   four   ounces   of  Paris  green  or London  purple.      This mixture   will  destroy  leaf  eating  insects,  and the fungi that attack fruit or tree.  Paris   Green   Mixture���������A   good   mo-   (.,, <.,, ]T)-jt-(>]i  thod for using Paris green ns a spray  is to mix one pound    each of    it and  fresh  lime  in    200   gallons    of  water.  Smaller     quantities     can     be     made,  using fame  proportions.      This  is an  insecticicle,"but should not be used on  Sample    Books   of the  Very Latest Wall Papers Can be Seen  Here  There's a wealth of style  vcpro^entp.d in these books,  .-uri, as rarely can be seen ko  far Wos1.'. liie prices too are  v-ry much beli.w whut you  would   expect  'or  such high  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  Is the leading newspaper of  tho great mining districts of  Woot Kootenay. It gives all  the latest mlDlng, telegraphic nnd local news, written up  In authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unquestionable Information. It enjoy,  a largo circulation and la coa-  Roquently imc*i;iialle<l aa aa  advertising medium ln tSw  field ln which U U publiuh-w.'  Subscription $2.00 Per HpnUm  $1.25 Por Six Months.  Strietlu in Advance.  TXiMIN'ION   PAP."LIAMT-N'T  Ottawa.   May   30.���������Iu    the. house    ���������  commons  yesterday the  fire ex. 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The elnsu of work  turned out liris been pronoun  cod equal to any thing o? th*  kind executed In the largo  cities by much larger print  erics.  u  twe^  nwnta ii-wri _ ���������_ n  Is equipped with the latest  faces ln type designs and all  work entrusted to Tbo Herald  la handled by exprienced  workmen who thoroughly understand the proper use of the  a r tine  material    at    tliolr    disposal  The Herald does not claim to  be the only printing lions* ln  the district but it does claim  to be  II.U*.\..IIIMV| U III     _,ia/UIU        IIWL       Wf       IW*-"       Wll - . -," .. . gy  fruit Mat is nearing maturity;   safest   shade of  Weill   paper 111   tancy  t.iit, bronze gilt and burnished  gilt.  5c, 6c, Tc, 8c,  and  10c, per foot XX  In fact not lo use if after the blooming  stage.  Kerosene Emulsion���������This Is.made by  churning together two gallons o". kerosene oil, half a round of hard: soap  and one gallon of hot rain water.  Churn together until very thoroughly  mixed and incorporated. To,use take  ono pint emulsion to a, nail of ������������������nvxter  for washing trees. From one-hnit' to  one-fourth ofthe strength will kill l*_e.  Two tablespoonfuls to a pail of water  will Uiil rose slugs. Some care mub't  be taken not t������ apply the emulsion  too sti-ong or it will burn tlie fauiage.  Kerosene emulsion should be applied  .at any time when sucking insecus aro  at work,' or when the bark of trees  is affected by scab. li is both insecticide ancl fungicide.  Ison's  (alto.  Thoroilfllily Up-To-Date.. In  Eyery Particular'  And ln a position to give as  good value for the money expended, either for advertising  space in Its publication or  for. Job printing, as can. be  given by any other house of  the lclnd in British Columbia.  Write for estimates and sam  ples of printing. All work  turned out promptly and satisfactorily. Ono, price to all.  No job can bo too'large or  too small for The llerald'g  consideration. Special attention given -to orders by mall.  iir. Tarte's paper. La Patrle, says  tho rejoicing in Montreal over."the  relief ot Mafeking was confined to th-:  Bnelish. J If I-a I'atria was too disloyal to rejeice ovdr an event that  thrilled-the. empire with joy, it might  have been French enough to be chivalrous in showing appreciation of  Mafi'king's gallant ilefence, and. it not  French enough to be chivalrous. I.a  Patrie might have had common sense  cough to avoid displaying its; Isolation  from the sentiment of every Canadian  ��������� whose mind is well balanced, and  Judgment enough to avoid making it:;  chief proprietor, who Is a. minister of  the British crown, appear to be in  sympathy with the enemy of that  crown.  Young min don't swear. There is  ' no * reason for it outside a printing  office, where it. is useful when the  paper is behind time. It also comes  in handy in proof reading and is indispensable when the ink works bad  and the press begins to buck. ���������" It is  Ein_--tfi_es brought into use by the  foreman when he'y msii; :���������__..J it has  "cc-zzi known* to entirely remove thit  tired feeling of ths editor whan he  looks over the paper after it is printed. Outside of the printing oflice it  !������ a CooTiA habit.    *  to   establish  a  remount  depot* in. t!v,-  Calgary .'district.,;  In the event of war in the.Far East.,  mounted : infantry ami cavalry could  be sent dismounted through' ��������� to Tan-  ccjuyer by the Canadian Pae!flc/', rat.  way, and steamship line, . picking ., ui.  their '--mounts en rout-a.', ft i" r.b'. ���������-'X-':  :a;e to cor.s-d-,r the; >i*jvs*;ior.. if tn'������'.;  were .any -deciding .power* anyivlieri'  for there are "wars and, rumors of  wars,  but the end is, not yet,.'!.  Major General, .late commanding  A.lber*.a  F1.-U1  Force.  ���������     T.  BLAND  STRAXGK.  *Cav;rsham,   April   11,   1SO0.  ���������-���������: o-��������� '.*.*,  ,   THE  BEST'TO I'tAISK;  ihe sUif.'r-irK, bul i*u> actioa was ta'.tsr*.  .r Charles Tapper espress-vd himself  r.;; strongly ngamsi tlis :ri ti^ism of  ;.!msi_lf l*.y a _���������*."���������-���������.'. Vcrk jcusr.aiist a_.i  ...-.int*.d ?u,'_h pcrsor.3 exciuced from  *'r.e hr-Uro. Mr. G*.'orgo Taylcr after  making a number of persinai r-.-  raarlcs  abo**_:t;._hfl :pr;*mi-;r  waich  wcr-;  A deputation from the province of  '������������������nlario waited on Mr. Blair at Ot-  awa, representing that the new system  r.l* caltle guards was not sufficient io  prevent cattle from getting upon tho  ra_i-.vay tracks and ln conseciuenee a  greater number of cattle were eitncr  injured or killed than was the case  even under the old system of guards.  The minister promised early consideration of the complaint.  Employees of the Bank of Montreal  and Bank of Commerce nave been  granted handsome bonuses ln addition  to their salaries.  The Khedive leaves Alexandria ror  Trieste on June 2, and wjll arrive in  -.ngland on June 21, to stay for 10  days.  Pressure is being   brought    to boar  upon   the  Lord  Mayor of  London   to  close  tbe  Ottawa   relief  fund,   which   PUBLICATION 'DAYS I   TueM.3_ S a.������d Ffitf-SVK  now amounts to  ������50,000.  Mrs. Joseph Perrin.'of Little Britain,  was burning worms trom apple !tree������  with a coal oil torch, when her clothes  caught fire. She ran to her neighbor's,  carrying a 14 months' child, before she  secured any assistance. Her Injuries  jiroved fatal.  ������<."?>  jffij^lffijffil^K^lffi&jfii  wfltMU-.-*aM**iia.-,-ui .uitiui-m.-���������**������������������_a*wjw____--i.'-*r-*iir-*������,_i  .gve'etsd  with', cries  uf '-F.iair.e,     inlro- l  .iuced  an Amendment   to    lhe  mi������ti*;u |  !'***"���������_-,  to go into supply, which was defeat*:d |   ,:   ij  , ''���������'������������������_���������__��������������������������� !   *-   ?-! -(Fr- p-i ?>,  !>y a Urge majority. -   ������������������'      ������������������  '^  ���������'  .*.'-. The gfiveramint. i;  ate the Inisresl-'-.-i.n  -.lecidtd to issue Lfc.*-*  '.V'*ri*p :!o  :T*.*.'.f*ne -'.-*���������  .i*-. ;:ri .Dvinlr.'ionJ  -   .    .    '��������� i U% I % I  oru-r  t,  r,*.,.,   iJtWMM  *.:.c sr.oot-.r.;; n.'*s j  r_hi;.-i.l ;nnr.i_x__.._4   _^P  4 II  I._MI_I*S������  i.'t.*;-;  *Al  CMMH1N"  It does not coiit any more  tr, r... s  full blooded stock that half'or.-'ds* and  Inferior  scrub.-,.     The.'only. difr.-rrV.-nfic'  In" the cost. Is the Initial purniiasiv *i*';i  full blooded naturally costn n-,o!\_. i.h.i,  ;he*..Inferior  anlinai,   tat   in ,&* '*''������:*!  '.-���������   such   animal   may   prove  clvap*:  than     three    or      four    scrubs.      Thc  farni.f-r   who   starts   in'.with   tbe**i!.l*;������  and buy-M only, a little blooded .*Htoi*k *...'-���������  he* can   aiford   it. *irioreasln.ir; hi.'i." her ;  graduaily,   may*  find   in   the  end   tha;  he is  in  a much "bolter ���������poT-stlon. than  his. neighbor    who    huyr,    any sort: of  cattle ��������� simply because thev ar,-.* cheap.  The reason   why more do not start i;i  wilh   the  idea   is  bccHiiss' th;*y   Iiavt  the erroneou:; belief that it esats. mn,-*,  tc maintain   the  blooded  stock.      Th!.1  is  not.  true,at nil,   f'n*  the  tin_  cattle  do not. rc-viuii'O    r,i'H*c*  food   nor  !.*'jti*'*r  surroundinj*.*:-;'than 'should  Ix'.ulvcn :*  any  farm  animallj  that is worth  any-,  thing.      If ths:  farmer':, stvle. oi h*.*,'...  ing cattle  Is... to" neglect,  them   and   !e!  them  practically  shift  for  thi-nis^lv;**-*  ���������the; scrub slock may  be ' heller'.���������iiiil...-.-'  to'his, purpose,  for the half wild'an*'  r.ial.    a.re   undoubtedly     iiar.lirr   t.'n.m  the wsll bred  ones,  and  tl.ey  will b*  able'to  pick up a  living muih  b-.tlOT  on a cold,  clnserless  and   almost food-  reSs viinge,.     15'ut  where   the  animals  '���������.Banff,;'.May ;,',������,���������"''������������������ '-* :"i*-e  ,:*iid-** mountaii*.. on ��������� '.f li'  ;).?al'.3    of.  tin*.   C':.t:i.'l,l!iin    It  .���������.-.ade :yost*rda'y....   A vi.'-.y  .ed by two   *Stvis*������ ,_ii'''.<"���������-.  Iiufd' r.'.. i a;i-.i.*an'.l.i*:.* .*.���������* > i  it ..f '"ii.--  > highe."i  ,*-;���������"!.-n w.'-h  ri--_-*'..,ir.pa.':-  ,'l il.-irt','  h-t 1 >*.* .1-1  OAriTAL  31,000 000   IN   ONE DOLLAR SHARES.    S400,000 IN THE TREASURY  FIRST BLOCK   OR TREASURY SHARES INOW  ON  THE MARKET  FOR A LIMITED TIME  AT   10   CENTS.  DIRECTORS  W.M.   V.   (.V>f.lM.A.VK,  :h- ������.'.(��������� or th* mi.h;-.* p.ak.    ''"��������� j ,\[.*.nngc-r   'Hie   Coclinuic   Jiancli,   Lii..it<-*(],   Macleod.  ascc-nt   v.-us  maibr-fr :m   th-->    >���������������������������.;**  t!).!'. ���������  M;uinging  -joiin  Director  J.   Yoi'vc  of   The    Cfiltfarv  H'crald.  jy.'m*..!-i:pp'r.'se.-I    in   '.*.:  il,* f*!:n-i>.*r;v' allavk  i.o'ik  two -hours   nn.l   :  vio',1.--* record  b.;i:ig 1*^  i,. u'.n- rab.'*    In  ,-,*,*   r-.':rn  tii .  Ii.-iif.   tlia  Vrt.-  .itir.-*.  W. !.. Pool,   President  Groat   Western  Mines,   Limited,. Ferguson   aiul   iiuvelstoke.  F.   W   Godsal,  Iliincliei',    Pincheiv   Creek  J.     D.    GltAHAM,  Gold   Commi.isioue;',   Atlin,   B. C.  Dl-Ml'l'Ji" wrx:-T!  TjOi".('.:in, .'.j*.*y ' 30'.--T\:.-  won by. tb*������ i'rinoe ui V������".i".  rii'bl'lei.. ridfei liy il. -i'.'i"  *,f T-.irtl. '.'vi'i-i.'-'b'a:-'!-: ' ���������" ';  .-n.. *SI'n_o>,i*:; OIK.:.Of jkt.-i..-  ,'.. Cannon. !.!CO'.*.d; .Mr.  .-Tc:r*.e'.; ly.ct-.li. coit I>.k-..  "xiniir.o, out of .*Kt>r.:*ii:; G ���������  ���������L'od Sloa'ne,  third.  1'ianinnd ;  l"n- hv'.'.- \  ���������������������������: '������������������ '������������������*, 'Ly '.  ���������i .*.  r,    by ' (  .Tarn* s   P.. ��������� '  ..   rr.   by;  rid l-ii  by I  I .  J !,<���������  Gf-:o.   S.   McCahtek,   Solicitor,  Ilevclstokc.  W. I.I.  Bitov/.s, Proprietor   St    Leon   Hot    Springs,   Itevel&tokc.  Iiiitdilc   Kfi^le   Company   lwib  bfr-n    f'ormrd    for  thc  pnrpoep. not  only  of m ning its present properties  ���������.    iif acq ���������!r'n:g   pififiiising fining   find devel-'ping   tliem   to   an   extent  that  "will justify "their' wile  to .English  and  ;.'*!���������  (���������������������������lyipH.iifs  af ;, profit.    The   conipaiiy   already   owns  and    lias   paid   for    in   full/ the   Trilhy   and   Old   Saul  ��������� f:ei I !������������������.->   in   the    famous    Ki.-li    Itive.i    district,   nnd     a   three-quarters    interest   in   the   May     Bee     mine,    in   the  rdci-.ii    district,    line  and   a  hiili   miles  IV in  Ferguson    Sufficient promoter's  shares ' have   been   set  a&iclo  for the  of  the remaining   fjiiartt r.  IH- P.  O'ttawh".  .'May     25.-���������fi prer ".ay      ii.r j  '���������.VI If rid  I_tiii'ic*i*  iririd-  .i  :i.n tc*in*---.-i;   in!  'C-fcard.   to   tii,':     jin!iri;.|     conirni'-'..- on. .  [ii HUt..;)iy tho m'ountfd ii'.lirr- ;,.n.l cuh- j  "���������'oms'lt'L.-niH  pass'sd nnd r,"io 1  pros;r !. s j  .vat*, mruli;'"in  lliii p',*il  r.!f ''<��������� rKlIrn'.to.-i.  fh!:  prt:nil������;r   t'.iok    '.rr-;-siim   in  snv.ik  in   tho   reiKiitioniif   the   Norlli   V/-,."t  Mfilintcd . iiiilivu. u-liini   llu;   1>'>I <:i:   ��������� sti-  nu-lti;  w'.'i'O; under din u-riim.  "Wlnnlfia*^. _.tay 2:i.--f.'.*uiiiilian P.icin?  ,-alltvay ni-ent.'-.' In th***: province and  i'orriloiif::-! v.'i!i"'* !]!*'i;.^-.I by tii'; Kri-e  Press yc.-tfrd.iy .afl-rnonn to furnish  ������������������eporta of n.mo-.int nf rainfall this  .-icanon and tlie conilitlnn cf Ihe cn.p-t  In their loctiliticM. The nnnwors ������hfnv  a 'healthy : condition, but :i desire tor  rain,  The   May   Bee i.s   the  sister  claim   to  the    now  famous  Nettie   L,  whicli  has  broken  all   records  in   British  'o eriil'ia    for   larjfe    liorlies    of phenomenally   rich   ore.    Tlie  May   Bee   and   Nettie   L   were    located   together in  H'.yl   -iy   Mr.   W.   V,.   Pool   (who lias been appointed manager of the Double Ragle Co.) .Both claims carry identically  ������������������.. ��������� .���������.   rich  off:  on   the  surface  and    the    same    remarkable   ledge     runs,  through    both,  carrying high  va'ues  , n!i!.   copper,   .silver   and    lea-cj.      The   promoters   have  already  spent  $4,000   in  developing the" May Bee,   with  t ������������������������������������'.   ;   re.-.uh-, and in order  to   place   the  mine quickly   en   k  shipping   basis the   company   now- offers  the  public*  ���������:  oj.j-i.r-tr.nity  <>f  investing  to    a.    iimited   extent  in    ful\-    paid    and    non-assessable' treasury; shares  (par value  .   ;,{,    10' cents   each. ' " ���������  Shares will bo sold in blocks of '00 and upwards.  rii<    niipi'ij   iiMiiif   lie lipl t   to   wi'ldiaw  the   fide   of .1 .arc. .firm   the  niaikrt ' at   any   time    without    notice  i':e ':diis   mil1'   '"���������  M-nt   to the   Secretar},  ���������,J,���������.,.0u������.K^0Biro������������t������.        ' A. H. HOL-DK3H,-REVELSTOKE. London, May 28.���������The war office has  received the following from Lord  lloberts: "Vcreeingin, Sunday, May  27._-We crossed the Vanl this mornlnK  and are now encamped on the north  bank. The advance troops whic-n  crossed yesterday were only just in  time to save the ccal minis en bo.*.h  this und the other side ot the river  from being destroyed. Our disunities  were four. Colonel Baden Towell n>-  port.'i that the railway between _Iai".>-  klns and Buluwayo has been restore 1  and supplies are being brought Into  Mafeking. He says: 'Canadian artillery joined Colonel Plumer from  liu Ira with incredible rapidity.' l.lout.  Webber was taken prisoner at Heil-  bion Friday. He went there on telegraph duty. Jl was not known that  our troops had been temporarily withdrawn."  London, May IS.���������President Kiiisor,  according to a despatch from Newcastle, has Issued a proclamation asking the Transvaal burghers to notify  hi in whether tliey desire to continue the light or to sue for pence..  Now York, May 25.���������Notwithstanding tho arraignment of the president  that the United Slates will not interfere in tha South African war it is  t.pinirent to the Boer commissioners  that political agitation will uid tlioii*  cause, and they intend to take advantage of every opportunity to pros:,  i. on thc attention oi the American  1-eople. There will bu an earnest  cfc'ort on the part of the South African sympathisers in the United States:  io make the failure o������ thc president  lo act in the iiile-csts of peace out*  if thc prominent issues of lhe pvcsl  dential campaign. The "West is reported to be wrought u_ aver the  refusal of the president to intervene  Appreciating that ultimate victory  will rest with the British trGops the  Eoers are willing to surrender ell the  British demanded before hostilities  commenced and will be satisfied with  the recognition of their independenc  and the restoration of their territor*.  und immunity from punishment of  '.heir foreign legions.  Verdefort, May 21.���������The British  columns after an unop.ossd marc*  .reached the Verdefort road at 110211  today and are now only two marchcL  from thc Vaal river.  London, May 25.���������Lord Roberts' in  fsr.try advance is delayed at Rhlnos-  t-er river for a day or two by-thc  depth of the stream, which" is not ford-  able. The banks which are precipitous are -SO feet high. A pontoon ant  ��������� temporary bridgo constructions ai\  under way.  Warrenton, May 21.��������� Operation,  have been pushed forward SO miles  ���������.���������nd one of General Hunter's brigades  occupied Vryburg last night. Considering the difficulties of the road- iv  is a remarkable achievement for a  mixed force on short rations to  make forced marches. V/atc:* is  scarce. General Hunter goes to Vryburg today by train.  London, May,2D.���������Lord Roberts announces his arrival at Klip river, IS  miles from  Johannesburg.  London May 2D.���������The war office just  before midnight published the following despatch from Lord Koberts:  "Klip River, Transvaal, May 28.���������W������  marched 20 miles today and are now  IS miles from Johannesburg. The  enemy had prepared several positions  where they intended lo oppose us, but  .they abandoned them one after another as we neared them. Wo pressed  them so hard that they, had only just  time to get their five guns to tho train  and to leave this station as some of  the West Australian Mounted infant-  ���������ry-dashed-lnto-^U-^^-Generals-Prcnch.  ��������� -���������"���������-*  SS25  tftia-i  "*������  tho prcslCcnl decreed that May 27 and  tlie three following dn;*s be cbsLrvod  by the whole country a* days of  prayer, meditation and cunfission of  sins and that petitions should be offered  fur relief from oppression.  Fighting look place al Van Vytrust.  15 miles south of Johannesburg, with  a large force of British which broke  through  from  Klip  river.  Capo Town, May 20.���������Lord Ttobtvls  yesterday intimated to his troops the  annexation of the Free State which  hereafter will bo called tha Orange  River  State.  London, May 20.���������The tenor of Lord  Roberts' despatch of last night and  lhe news from Pretoria this morning  kiidH lhe authorities here lo expect  early further important news from tho  l'.rltish commander In chief, dated,  tliey hope, from Johannesburg. The  reninrlcublu rapidity of Lord Roberts'  movrnienlH and the groat mobility of  the whole Urilish army under him have  upsft the calculations of the home  observer:* rfs much as they appear lo  havo disconcerted nnd demoralized  Lord lloberts' federal opponents. Po!*-  s'.lily. even :*.ou* lie is at the gates of  Johannesburg, and lt is believed thai  in a few days hence or less ho ought  to bu demanding admittance to the  Transvaal capital. Tt the Federals  ever really intended to stagger human! ly by blowlnr. up the city and  contents which is doubtful, Lord  Roberts may yet be heard from and  arrive Ih&rc before they have time to  do any wrecking. The majority of  tiio bur-Jin.rs will undoubtedly be  glad of an excuse for saving the mine;,  and they may Iind the excuse In Lord  lloberts' skill in hustling them out of  01-.0 position after ario'.h-Ji*. The effectiveness of the llritish invasion of  the Transvaal is further emphasised by  the news from Pretoria of lhe occupation of Zeerusl niitl the (.avarice "on  Llchtunburg. Apparently the British  dragnet will bo drawn through the  Transvaal as it was in a similar manner hauled through the Free Stale.  Tho fighting at the Klip river Sunday,  reported from Pretoria, was presumably Generals French and Ian Hamilton righting their way to the northward of Johannesburg.  The Orange Free Stale was annexed  10 the BriLsh empire on May 2Sth,  icenrding to Cape Town advices, but  Lord Roberts seems to have given hi*<  army the first intimation of this on  :'r.e  previous  day.  London, May 20���������The Times publishes the* following from Newcastle,  dated Sunday: "Four hundred Boers  are advancing toward Dundee. There  is no fear of our communications  being   cur."  London, May 2D.���������According to a  special elespateli from Lorenzo Mar-  quez there are 000 Boers on the Portuguese  borders.  London, May 30.���������-Lord Robsrts will  enter Johannesburg at noon,today.  London, May 30.���������The following despatch has been received from Lord  Roberts: "Gorminston, May 23.���������"VVe  arrived here this afternoon without  being seriously opposed. Xo casual-,  tics so far as I am aware of in the  main column and not many in the  cavalry and mounted infantry. The  enemy did not expect us till tomorrow  and had therefore not carried all their  rolling stock off. We have 'possession  of -the junction connecting Johannesburg with Natal, Pretoria and Klerks-  dorp by railroad. Johannesburg is reported quiet, and no mines, I understand have been injured. I shall  summon the commandant in the  morning and if, as I expect, there is  no opposition I propose to enter the  town with all the troops at noon."  Lord Roberts' despatch is regard i-d  as announcing the virtual occupation  of Johannesburg, and apparently the  Boers havo again effected a retreat,'  as there.is no mention of any prison-  tinued all day and thc result ns yf '.:  more conjecture. Probably the 1". ���������>.. 1  rear guard succeeded in keeping . :*������������������  c-ral French off and is now in the* ].. ,  north   west of Johannesburg.  The   news   that   Lord   Roberts   iv.'is  practically    master    of    Johannesburg  was   received   in    London   with   no'ny  enthusiasm.     A procession of student.-.  i marched      through       the    West    Bud  j chc-ering and singing.     The announce-  ! ment al the various places of amuse-  ' ment   was   followed     by   singing    the  [ National   Anthem   and    cheering    for  i "Bobs."  While the townspeople at Fleetwood  were cheering the announcement that  I-oril Roberts had occupied Johannesburg the German crew ot the Henrietta,' an English vessel tha.1 was sold  to n German firm, cheered President  Kruger. Several conflicts occurred  among the Ceinans und tin- English  and the chief ofllcer of the Henrietta  was mobbed. .Ultimately' the police  force was doubled.  London, May 30.���������The Sliuidard has  the following advices from Pretoria,  under Monday's date: "The Trans-  vaul government has opened or is  about to open peace negotiations. It  has cabled a final Inquiry to Its agents  abroad asking whether any hope exists  of  aid."  Without doubt the presence of Lord  Roberts with 10,000 men at Johannesburg will hasten the Transvaal's decision.  Despatches from Lorenzo Marquez  yesterday describes President Kruger  as wavering, but demanding a guarantee that he shall not be exiled to  St. Helena. The fighting burghers still  continue to desert and the total collapse of the Boer military organization is not far off.  Mr. Bennett Burleigh, writing from  Lord Roberts' headquarters at Vercen-  inging. en Sunday says:' "I doubt if  President Kruger can muster. lj.MO  men, as many of the burghers have  gone to their homes."  LETTERS FROM  "OUR BOYS"  TO THE FRONT  and Ian Hamilton's forces are apparently engaged with the enemy about  10 miles to our left as firing has been  heard since noon. The farmers near  our line of advance are surrendering  with their arms and horses. -General  Kur.iT.Q occupied Senchal on May 24.  No report of what luu_ "'.ace has  reached mc yet."  Cape Town, May 20.���������The Free State  was   formally   annexed   today.  Cape Town, May 2D���������It is rumored  here that General French has cut thc  Boer communications between Hc-idel-  jjerg and Boksburg, within a few  miles of Johannesburg.  Iflip lilvor, Transvaal, .Monday, May  28..���������The Boers after preparing a good  position fled early. Tho train bringing their last detachment, was nearly  captured by Pilkington's West Australians. The prisoners taken state that  there was no intention of blowing up  the mines, declaring that the statement was made simply with the intention of frightening away the  burghers. The British advance Is now  Within 15  miles  of Johannesburg.  London, May 29���������The Morning Posl  Jias the following despatch from Lorenzo Marquez, dated Monday:      "President  Kruger has    issued    a    public  proclamation  warning    all    people  to  leave Johannesburg   or remain   there  at the peril of their lives as It might  become necessary to destroy the town  and  the  mines.      Hundreds    of cases  of  winter  clothing   for   the   prisoners  have been sent by the Relief assocla-  '   tion  to  United  Slates Consul Hay,  as  .well as ������1,000 in cJsh."  :'   Pretoria, May 28.���������The British occupied Decrust this morning and a large  force  Is marching on  to  Lichtenbui-g.  An  ofllolal    bulletin    slates    that  the  British crossed  the Vaal  river Saturday.      General  Lemmer  had  a  severe  'fight  at    Klip     river.      Five    ot    the  burghers were wounded and two were  captured.       The   British      were     5.000  .strong.     By an order   recently issued  ers or captures except of rolling stock.  There will be some little anxiety pending   the   actual   occupation  of  Johannesburg, as there are rumors that lhe  town has been, mined  with the intention of   blowing up Lord Roberts and  his staff on their entry into the place.  Gert-rcialown   'is     a   suburb     lo    the  south east  of  the    town  and  railway  junction  and    General    Roberts  mentions   it.   in   his   message   lo   lhe   war  oflice  probably  because    Blandfonteln  station    Is  further east.       Additional  evidence  that    the    mines  are  intact  comes   in   a  message    received    by  ������  mining  company  here  today  from lis  Johannesburg      representative,    dated  .May 23. via Delagoa Bay which says:  "All  right." >  London, May 30.���������Lord 0 Roberts Is  bivouacking in the suburbs of Johannesburg and intends to make a. victorious entry at noon today. Judging  from his despatch he must have had  private information regarding thc disposition of the garrison in the fort,  as ho does not seem to expect opposition.  Lord Hoberts' cavalry had evidently  followed  on  beyond   Johannesburg.  A  portion   is  understood ,to be al  Zeur-  fontein,    seven    miles   north    of    Johannesburg  and    within    20  miles  of  Pretoria.       Lord     Roberts      although  wilh a broken bridge at Vereeninglng  and   a   wrecked   railway   behind   him  has    somehow    managed  to    get  forward  sufllcient  supplies  for his  large  force,  and  as he has be-iii able  to do  so   much   It   is   considered   possible  he  will be outside of Pretoria on  Friday.  Thc r.ipldlty of his advance is thought  an extraordinary    achievement,    oven  by grudging continental  critics.     Th;  Iluers who were expected to fight along  the line of hills known as Klip iv.vers-  hurg abandoned the eastern end of the  range   near     Lord     Roberts'   advance  liii..\   but   they  stood   their  ground   on  the  extreme   right    near  Van  Wycks-  rust, where tliey mot General French's  turning .movement.      The   fisht   con-  The following is an extract from a  letter received yesterday from South  Africa: "General Sir Charles Parsons  considers our Alberta lads tfte hardiest  and most useful lot of men on, Uie  march he ever met. He told a friend:  'It is a pity they are such damned  thievec. They call it rustling, but  they clean up everything .in sight.  Why I caught my own escort' roping  ostriches, tying them down and stealing the tail feathers, and they had  the cheek to wear thtm before my  eyes.' "  Corporal Harry Baines, of the Second battalion,. C. M. R., "writing from  Victoria West on April 18th to a  friend in the city tells of the march  of the 'Canadians through the Karroo  desert. Lieutenant Inglia with .Corporal Baines and Trooper Jeff Davis,  Trooper Charley Fish, and Trooper  Hutchings were the first to enter  Kenhardt where they secured prisoners and ammunition and took possession in the Queen's name; Mr*- Baines  speaks highly of the_ horses and saddles of the Second contingent. He  says they are th(> best he has seen out  there. His own horse "Old Mac." he  reports in good shape. The only horso  that di-d was" Brown's Bar U buck-  skin. The Alberta bred horses stood  the severe test imposed on them  splendidly and the men were all well  * and anxious to meet the enemy.  Trooper Allan Charles, of the Second  contingent, has also been heard from.  He writes from Victoria West after  the suppression of the rebellion in  West Capo Colony. The Canadians  at the time of writing were about to  advance to the front and were anxious  -to-get-fheir-share--of=the-fighting._Th.!-  country through which they marched  was a miserable one, all sand and  stones, and there were very* few inducements to remain after the war  was over.  George   Lane   has   received   it  letter  from c.v.o of the veterinary stuff _t the  Second Canadian contingent, in which  the following   passage occurs:     "Out  of  thc  10 horses purchased  from  you  only two casualties havo  taken place,  one  dying  of  sunstroke,   and  another  ot dysentery.  Our march   of COO miles  was made under the most unfavorable  conditions   for   horses,  and   I   think  I.  am  not  enlarging on  the  truth  when  I  say that  no  other class of  horses  In   the   world  could   have    stood    the  misery    and    hardships    which      our  North West horses went through sln_2  they'left Halifax.     After 8,000 miles of  sea voyage, without any exercise and  very little feed, a week's rest at Cape  Town  on  a  hot  sandbank,  five  days  packed   up   ln   small   close   cars,   and  then sent away on a 600 mile trip with  poor feed and water and a heavy load.  Still we can muster a larger percentage  of horses  today that are fit  for  duty   than   any  other  mounted  corp������  which   landed   in     South    Africa  this  year.       The   North   West   horses   ara  the best in  the world."   0   The following poem which has ap-  je-.trcd in some of the London. (Kngj.,  ', wipers, is from the pen of a. bmtb������r  i f an Abertan settler, Hairy j;.  t. us.sar, of Springbank*.  Tin the front!  to the front!  thi.v. ���������������_������..:*  refrain  Is   .hoard   through  t'*.e    -.���������-.ft    m'.lra i,f  Brtish domain;  Her    brav.*:   sons   havu     mustered     in  .battle array,  And o'.:r the blue ocian sailed blithely  ao.uy  Away to .tbe hills and the valloys afar,  Where tha srufl", bragging Idvra have  started  the war;  To right In th<* battle for homeland and  Queen,  Where  Colony brothers    beside    them  arc  seen.  "���������**������.���������*���������-  We  fight not for glory, \v._ light not  for gain  A mantle of honor lies over th? slain.  But Britons love freedom;  in  freedom  wc  live,  And  freedom   to  others  brook   danger  to  give.  The sons of these Islands nnd colonies  one,  Stand  shoulder  to  shoulder    till  freedom   Is   won.  With  hearts  thus united,  and  God  to  our cause,  We fenr not the despot nor favor h's  laws.  With ti good,  noble    Quetm  IP gov-:r������  and guide*,  The homo of the British is happy and  wide;  With statesmen, In justice hor statutes  to frame,  Endearment and  honor attend on her  name.  May God still employ her His blessings  to spread.  In countries, yet heathen, dt-ludcd and  dead.  And may wc at all times acknowledge  ���������His grace,  In destiny guiding  our much  favornd  race. ,  Our foemen are buried like badgers in  holes.  Nor   will   j:lv_y   be   drawn,   the   crafty  old souls;  But we have the patience and   plenty  brave men;  And  some  day will  move  them,  uv'll  let them  know  when  When    that    is      accomplished,    and  peac.-.t. milps Rffaijl,  THeu   freedom    and   justice    together  will reign,  Through  all   that    bright    country  of  mountain and plain,  Which now is o'crshadowed by battle's  dark stain.  While in the fierce fighting our heroes  found,  Then some must be victims to dangers   around;  So honor be given to that noble banif  Of doctors s-nd helpers, q.11 faithful, iv_  hand,  Attending tha wounded, relieving  their pain,'  Assisting them forward to vigor aga'n.  And to the good sisters, who gently  .   beguile  The long weary sickness with kindness or smile.  .--*,**;-C'..?-t,";t1l*^,!3,'T-1'-J5-"  So, with hope ih our hearts, and tear  mingled  joys,  We pray for    the welfare of    all  the  dear boys,  For  health  to   sustain   them   till   Victory   comes,  Then  such    a  glad  welcome again  to  their 'homes,  Tho whole nation raising one glorious  cheer,  Till    mountains    re-echo    the   praises  they he-ai',  Then let them recount  to ub th.e  tale  of  some scar,  And tell us thc horrors and glories of  war,    ,  -J.N'O. D, COSilAlt.  February   51,   ���������o   ������������������   ���������    .  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MOLSON. _S  V..'.n_l...,.*, l:ir\-r.-..6*j������,j!r., II. i*.  ^mi\kktiih&miMimmmuMomu&miMmm&  REAL ESTAT.  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  E  McKenzie Ave,  ���������__S___-_.-_-__._-. .JtJj._L-t_.mimjlyijuun  BEBSBES:  The Revelstoke  Herald  so  ls  Mrs . Dash   a  Well,   yes;   twice   re-  Mrs.   Crash:  ciety  woman?  Mrs.   Cash:  moved.  Mrs.  Crash:      Twice removed?  Mrs Cash: Yes: she kn.ws lots ot  people who know a lot ot people who  are in society.   o���������������������������  ITS  STATUS  "What kind of a paper is tho weekly Clarion?" inquired-the.tourist from  the   North. '    -"  "It's the kind of paper," replied the  landlord   ot   the   tavern * at   Polkville,  -Arkansaw,���������thal-is-run-by-a,rman-that-  shot three holes through a "feller that  didn't like his paper."   o '������������������  HEP. PP.__KEP.ENCE  O'Brien: So Casey and Coatigan  fought for Mis-n KMiv's hand, nnd  ���������Ji'.sey wo:1'.' T.il.i Ci ku.i "-*-*c C:i'*- .'���������'  eot  liu*  O'llourkc: No; Costigan ro.I the  prizol She said she wanted tho rflo.n  she could lick alae6t, begorrah!  [Soirii Weekly]  Has more readers in North  Ko-iitenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers in Revelstoke than any other paper;  does more job printing in the  city than any other paper; it's  news Is moro spicy and up-to-  date; its influence" is greater;  Its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; its sub  scription rate is only ?2.00 pet  annum; it covers the Held-Try  it and be with the crowd.  Write to  RKVELSTOKE HERALD,  Kevelstoke, 13. C.  &: CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage  in season.  %?  Tiililc-  fiiiui.chod  with   lhe   ch'Hff.st  iln"- marl ������������������! >.1Tiih;k.  ]_'(jt:<.-i-ui'd t.:ii-ni->.  ��������� ���������i-fii-fionit. It.it-f-i-  itonthlv late.  Iit-j������i.   Wiii.*-  J-iirj*****-,   licht,  $1     a . dav.  i. m skf. Ph.  RA.TE $1 00 PER  DAV"  e  Good a..coiiim.Jntir.n. A good i-jt  wc-il supplied v:jih choice wi.-r*.-  liquors and cigars.  ������use.  Free Bus Meets All T rain  Brown  & Pool  ft opvetors  WHI7E     GWILLIM   &   ECOTT  -qo!ii-  BarrlBtera,  Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Etc  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. Whlti������,. J.   M.  Scott. B.A..  Q. C. L. L-  -P.  F. L. OwlUlm  BARVEY & "MoC-RTER  THE PIONEER "LIVERY-  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Laka  Saddle    nnd     Puck  ivIwhyi, for hire. *  .  H������������vv  Frci^hlitiK   anil  *peci.tlty.  Training   '���������  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's  Landing every morning ������t 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake Uitv.    For particulars write  CRAIG 1- HITXMAN, TnoMsiiN's Laximxcj  Tlie difference between a pessimist  and an optimist Is that one Is always  looking for a man he can trust, an-i  the other is always looking for a man  who  will trust him.  Early on Friday morning burglars  entered the Canadian Bank of Commerce at Dundas, Ont., and attempted  to open the safe. Ledger Keeper  White, who waa sleeping over the  bank, fired at' the men through a  hole in the floor. Thereupon the men  ran into the street where they opened  fire on the bank. Police were quickly on the scene, but the men disappeared   when   they  got  there.      Upo.i  The viry   ������inl������ of  perfection  smith.  'Tis distance lends enchantment to  tho view.���������Campbell,  HIh bark Is worse than his bite,���������-  Herbert,  The hoff pen Is mightier than lli������  fountain pen.  The nearer we approach ureal nion.  the clearer we see that they arc men.  ���������-Uruycre.  Every babe 1b the sweetest baby In  tho world. You were once considered  the sweetest thing In the trorl*. although  you  may  not  look lt now.  It Is an unexplained fact that glowworms arem uch moro brilliant lust  before an approach, of a storm than,  at any other time.  How'many wives may a man have  according to the Prayer book? S'.������-  teen. Po(u)r better, 1 woree, 4 rlcner.  4 poorer;  total, 18.  He drew hie breath with a gasping  sob, with a quavering voice he sans-  But* his voice loaded out and wild  not drown the accompanist's clamorous bang. Ho lost his pitch on  middle A, he faltered on lower D,  and foundered at length li'-sa a battered wreck adrift on tho wi_u high C.  W. are all sure of two things at  least���������we shall suiter and we shall die.  ���������Goldsmith. -  The Queen's birthday honors have  been announced. Peerages are con-  fered on Lord Morris, on his retirement from the appeal court; on Sir  Peter O'Brlon, the Irish judge, and on  Sr Richard Webster, the former attorney general and now master of  tlyi rolls. Among those who receive  the honor of knighthood lit Prof. Richard* Claverhouae Jebb, Religious prn-  fesaor.of Greek at Cambridge university,  and member of    parliament    In  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funda to loan at 8 per cent.  Oftlcen:      Molsons  Bank Block.  First Street, Uevelstoke Station, B. C.  J. W. Croes,  onier:   Taylor   Mock, MarkenKic  IttlVClNtlll.'ll.  Surgeon to Iho (. .I'.lt-  Hcu th ollk'ur, 'Jity of KcveV.o a.  Avium.*,  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  ( anadian  X Pacific  Draying and delivery work a Bpeclal-  ty. Teams always ready on shortem  notion.       r'nntracm   fnr   Inhlilnir   <������U������n.  Mclhodist Church, Uevelstoke  Preaching services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at thu  close of tho morning service. Sabbath school and Bible class at 2: P.O.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. The public  are cordially Invited.    Seats free.  REV.S.J.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  REVELSTOKE  ipi WORKS  Blacksmithing,   Jobbing,  numbing,   I'ipu Fitting,  Railway  St. Peter's Church  (An-_.'icn:i)  Eight a.m.. Holy Eucharist; H  a.m.. matins, litany and ������,*i"tion (Holy  Eucharist, flrst Sunday in the month);  2:30 Sunday school, or chiidrens'  tervtce; 7:30 evonsong (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days���������The Holy  Eucharist is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m., as announced. I-Ioly Baptism  after Sunday school  at 3:15.  E. C. Paget, D.D., Pastor.  Tiiismitliing   .".licet  Work,  paired.  Machinery  Iron  Ke-  Miniog    Work    a    Specialty  mOET. GOID-ON  Be \ ������.lf.i<,ti-p  e*!.-  Soo Line  IREC     KOUTE   EAST AN3  WEST  Fir������icl������������ titi.s-������r!i r.n Ml i*rnin������. Ti'nrlat can  jjiu"-. K-tve!������ke dully fnr 3i. Pnal; T'UMd������y!!  ji d Samrd������TB fcr .Toronto;"; TluiriMl������*fi tor  Montr mi 1 ������tti_ 13,-Hto  DALY TRAINS  ''���������n' ifavp���������      .r'Mc-lcf���������orrtv....  i".'-* ������nire '��������� leave   To ������n<l 'rom ICooteimy Point-*!  "���������IO 1*j tc��������� KoTeUtoko���������arrlro..  -IV,.-  ..17:W  ..I,:.*)  investigation  it waa found that noth       ���������,         ���������  ing  had  been  taken.     The  men  left I tho Conservative Interest of tho unl- ' -, \j.vatiov ap.MY  ��������� .HKfllVYTERIAW OnUP.CH-Reycl.Mnk.*  * Hirvloe evwr* f unitHy Br II 11.111. nr.d 7:30  n.m. Blli'o CIibb at 2:.'B p.m.. to ivlilcb  ������11 are wnlcomo. Prayor decline *t B P-���������.  r-rory Wedooailay.  KEV, T. MENZIES. P.i-ilor.  OMAN    CATHOT.Ii-*   OHT7ROH ���������Revel  ftoke      Mw   first arid third HamlaiH In  ���������n**.*- ut 11:30 o i"   '  REV. FATHER THAYER.  to������ls behind   th<?m.  verity.  I*  In their hall o-  Mirtln  Fr.!*! Street  ev.-ry tusl.',  Undettflhir-g *rd EmbalrtiB?  R. Howson & Co,,  M_CKF.XZir.  AVE.  Ral>lin������l'r>l*i Fnrnltni!.  T-.ckon ImiNi and l)������(ir������-  :o <Ic.tiuat>n  1D:U  cluvked through  Cheap Rates  10 the  Old Cotintry  K.ir mil |>artii*ul*ra������������ to tfirc ratM,������Bl! ter  r.oi.ipf: oft'C-. r. K. imr.lk-iUon*, arirtrcM ncarei  lcc*it-KCut or  T. W. BIUDSUAW.  Aitent, Knelitokt.  **". F. Andcr������������n,Trave?lirjr Vonrngtr Altm  Kelson, B. C.  E.  J.  Oiylc.   Aul'tan    'teerd   FiMeaftr  As*nt, Vi-nenovtr, IJ. C _���������"������'  ���������H"m**R*K**������_;W������������*l*H ***  Fountain  Pens..   Wo have jus: received ft larce  -upply of rouniain Pens, rauciui;  in price from t\ loS'ioaeh. The.ie  l.oii-s are nil guaranteed amllol the  very b-.'at malms.  c___2���������______>  ���������* CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  *f  % RKVEI.STOKK                           1  fr i:  * >}  P. H. TRUDGEON_    ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES,   CALL BELLS.   ANNUNCIATORS,   BATTERIES.   MEDICAL HATTE1UES. Etc.   i '     ���������'"ftN BLOCK  Localand  General'Newt-  *'-$&Uf  ,f'j)   c  *C___MJm**>������.lr...i ���������-*_���������_, ___^___B_____ki������w*'y������WMi:iwi   ������������������ ��������� miii W J^  "w LEADING STORE"  leaving  month  County court bits here on June 20th.  One week fiom to-morrow the liattli-  of ilie li!tlUn>.  ��������� I,*ir(re cnnsistnuii'iit crockery* jtis-'l  opcni-tl up today at Boiirno Bros.  W. J. Law ami, family havo ml nrnotl  lo Vernon I rom their trip to Honolulu.  fiovi-rn-nr Mackintosh lias tlio Martin  <������������������iiulida.li* on tin; run in the Rosslanil  i-idiuj;.  (iiiultl ia here to stay. Photos linisli-  ���������������������������1 i-qnal to niiy in th>; interior aiul  ^..larantced.  E. Mi'tciilfe ami J. M. Mi-Onlliiiii  have hoih" up to Laforuie creek to  ia(T_ on tlu' trail.  Mrs, II. Varnes antl her family left,  ye.-tcrdav morninc. ou a biiimiier'M  visit- co friends in llie East.  Mrs. "W. M. Lawrence is  town on Tue.-day'foi' a* three  irip to Toronto and XVinnipug.  The erection of a magnificent three  s-lnivy lintel on First street, opposite  the Brown block is on the tapis.  Services in St. Pet it's church next  Sunday (\yiiiisundny) will be as usual  on the first Sunday in thn month. .  Mayor Smith left on Wednesday  morning on a visit io Halcyon Hut  Springs for the benefit of his health.  .1. 15. Cressman. the tailor, will move  liis sartorial eslalilislinient into 1*1.  Manning's new store un Mackenzie  Ave. on.June 15.  D. McCarthy received thn ccnli'iict  fin* the erection of a handsome residence on MdO'iizie-Avenue for Engineer Allan McNahh. *  At the ruffle held under the auspices  of the Ladies' Auxilliury of the Ii. II.  of IVlast, week, ticket No. 2-17 won the  c ishion. and ticket No. 110 won tlie  eeiiire piece.  ���������Newest Books���������Debts of Iloiu.r. by  Maurtis Jokai; Garden of Eden hy  Blanche Howard, and .various oilier  hooks to be found at thc Canada Drug  ���������*!. Book Co.  To-d'iv's   date is known in   llie   old  countrv as the  ���������glorious first of June.'  it being the anniversary oi Lord  Howe's*.' decisive victory over the  French fleet.  Supt. Dnchesnny'started a party of  men to work on Wednesday lo improve thc Front si reel end of Victoria  load and the underground crossing a I,  tiie railway bridge. Thc road is now  ���������passable.  R. P. Pettipiece, of the Ferguson  Eagle. Mrs. Pellipieco and family  spent. Tuesday night in the city en-  roiilc home from an extended visit in  lhe lower country.  13. E. Drew lias heen busy llie last  two oi* Hire, days shipping Lwoiuoie  car loads of ore from lhe old smeller  lo Trail. The venture has mrned out  very satisfactorily.  "A'nllntt. the Italian, whose throat  was rut some time ago, as he claims  liy his partner Bruno, is recovering  from the effects of his wound. Bruno  iia-s been removed to, Kumloops to wait  i i ial.  ��������� If vou require anything '-1 **'u'  ���������photographic line, such as cameras-,  kodaks, films, plates and all clieniieal.-  and supplies you can get them at lhe  Canada Drug i_ Book Co. They carry  i.. v e I*y I h i n g req ui red.  The Vancouver city council have  mauled Col. Tracy, theircity engineer,  leave of .-ib-cuci', as   requested    by llie  = |.<evt.'.Miuku . city, council, in order   to  .���������niililu him to report   on file   pliuTfOf'  the R. V*.'. L. _���������; I\ Co.  M. Hirst, a young Eiiglishtu.in from  from Maiu-hes'Ler. who was wateliman  on the steam shovel at Nulch Hill,  was run over by Ihe gravel Uain on  Monday, ami had both legs cut. oil' at  the thigh. Tne unfortunate man was  immediately taken to Kamloop.-, Inn.  died on the way. Deceased leaves a  widow in Mar.che-.ter.  Mr. McRae. the Martin candidate,  left low;, on Tuesday morning, in.ik-  im; for Billion City. lie) wa-[ac-  iiinipanicd by !���������'. Fra-cr, minim;  l-cordi!!', who went to Mui-Lon. iii Liold  Commissioner Coiitsier's ageiu io pay  olT ill'1 men working on the government trails. Mr. McRae will lour the  Lardeiiii before rcturniiig to town.  The Douglas street <To*���������ing ha-  lieeii destroyed again and lhe May-ir  Im- po-j.cd notices on it giving wain*  iiii: lhat theivts no nullioriy.ed i*Mj*-iinj{  ihereaiul that naitie*. using it will  ���������In *-o at their own risk of po*���������ihle in-  j'liy. ami of pio-i'iiilion from tii*-pa.->  by the (..'. P. II. The lint ice also st.al e-  tfiut tlv corporiilioii i*, in no w,i\*  i.-puii-ible for lhe crossing.  A Chinaman naincd Sam was urn-*-!.-  <*'l by Chief Main at Nicholson', gang,  n al* It..gels l' i**s on .Monday. lie  ..as i Inirei'd wilh throwing a man  named l'.it Ci ow lev out of llielioard-  ini: ear. breaking iii- follni* hone and  splitting his ear! The case canie on  before lhe Cold Commissioner on  To���������.ilar and was reinauiled fur a, week  Salmon   Arm   is to   have a big cele  ration on July 12th.  Consignment, of Stetson's Hats, at  '. B. Hume ii Cos.  ICamlnnps celebrated the capture of  Pretoria yesterday.  J. M.|lvelli(.> went south on this  morning's train.  Curtain poles and trimmings complete at, 'liu:.    Bourne Bros.  ���������Fresh strawberries and   rhubarb for  Satin day al C. IJ. lliune-fc Co's.  Miss Carvey. who has been visiting  in town al her brother's, F. P. Carvey  left yeslerday for lioine.  ���������Trimmed hats as advertised in  .���������mother column on view in the west  window today.    Bourne Bros.  Rev. Ur. Paget preached I lie sermon  at the synod service held in St.  Saviour's, ��������� Nelson, on Wednesday  evening.  Fieii Ahlin. who lias been working  on Hanson's bridge gang neat* Field,  cut his knee badly yeslerday and is,  disabled from work.  Rev. J C. Sped* delivered his  popular lecture entitled Crawlers.  Oiutchers und Olimbeis lo a large and  very appreciative audience in the  Methodist church last night.  The services intlie Methodist, church  on Sunday next will be held at. the.  usual hours. The Pastor's subject for  the nun ningdiscourse will be Holiness,  for the. evening Pride. Slraugeis  cordially invited.  C. B. Hume ii Co. keep the most  complete stock of (mots and shoes,  from ,the best makers in Canada.  Weston.. & Sons youth and chiidrens  shoes. Bell's men's and women's shoes,  and Slaters famous men's shoes.  C. P. 11. Surveyor Walkem has  commenced a survey of the truck and  right-of-way immediately cast of  station with the view, it is said, of  straightening the track from the lank  castas a preliminary lo thu erection of  a new station at thai point.  Speaking at a Conservative meeting at Vancouver on Wednesday  evening .Mr. Wilson gave the Uevei-  stuke llliltALM the credit of having  ueeii nt Ihe outset of the campaign the  only paper in the province supporting  the straight Conservative ticket.   .  Hon. T. M. Daly arrived on "yuster������  day's No. 1, en mule for home. He  liasa son serving with Stralhcoiui's  Horse aiul says lhat" from his letters  the corps has been right, at. the tVoni  all along with Gen. llullou and has  had fighting on several occasions.  TBE ENTRIES FOR  TIIE B. C. STAKES.  Large  Consignment  Just Arrived  INCLUDING  Carriage Sponges  25c to 75c  Wool SpDnges, 10c to T5c  Mediterranean Sponges  10c to $1.50  Manruka Sponges  $1.50 to $5.00  TO THE LADIES  DRUGSTORE  Geo. F. Curtis,  TAYLOR BLOCK.  McKenzie Ave  To the  Electors  of   Revelstoke  Riding  of West Koorenay.  which   will  receive   mv  THE LEADING STORE takes great pleasure in  announcing the arrival of ono of tbe largest and most  select ranges of  LADIES' FOOTWEAR  Ever Shown in the Interior.  CALL AND SEE THEM.Jg  Tlie best assortment In tUe City.  M. K. LAWSON,  Mackenzie Ave.  These goods are from New York markets and are  sure to meet the requirements of those desiring an exquisitely dainty, exceedingly stylish, yet durable article.  ��������� i-**--  sV  SHORTLY TO ARRIVE-  Dress Muslins, Ducks, Prints, Etc.  Baker  AND  Confectioner  tied Rose Degree meets socond ami munh  Frlduvs ot eaeli month;   White  llosu   llcgroo  meets Ilrst Friday of uaeli month,lu Oddfellows'  Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome.  WM. MATIIKKS, T. U. ]_. TAYLOR,  Secretary. Tresident.  Bread - Delivered - Daily  OUR LINE OF LADIES' COSTUME CLOTHS IS SECOND  TO NONE IN THE CITY.  The Wide-Awake Business Men,  ���������9  McKenzie  Avenue.  CALL AND IXSl'ECT OUH STOCK" OF  NEW  GROCERIES  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  .Keeular meetings are held in the  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each mouth, at 8 p.m. sharp.  Visitiug brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  Court  Mt. Begbie  I. O. F., No. 3461.  Meets in the Oddfellows'Hall,on ihesccoud  and fourth Mondays of  each mouth. Visiting  hielhren invited to attend.  K.D.J.C. JOHNSON, (J. W.MITCHELL,  Chief Hanger. Kce.-Hoe.  TIME   T_*__3_____IE_.  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  lis'nnt in it with our prieess nn  WATCHES AND CLOCKS  CALL AND SEE  Guy Barber, jeweller,  C. P. R. WATOfl INSPECTOR*  ���������������������������I'****'!'************'*'!'**'!'**  If   I  Aminf  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  I*  Tobaccos. Pipes, Cigars, Etc.  Scientific Works on Mining, Etc.,  Minerals, Mines and Mining bv Osbnrn   X  fr  STEAMSHIP   "LARDEAU"  Prospecting.    Locating   and    Valuini;  Mines���������by Stretch.  Handbook of Hocks���������by Kemp.  Prospeeling for   Gold   and    Silver���������  t:rake.  Stamp Milling of Gold Ores���������by 'fiekard  **************************  CoimufuciuniMay Ist. 11100, Steamer.) will rim  as follows:    (weather permitting)  ^0~*I .caving    Arrowhead   twice    daily    for  Oomaplix aiul Thomson's Landing    at 10 o'clock and lit o'clock  ������jy*Leaviug Thomson's Landing for  Arrow-,  head twice daily >U7:30 and ill o'clock  Making   close  connections with   all 0. P, It.  trains and steamers.  The owners reserve the right to change  times of sailings without notice.  FRED. ROBINSON,  Manager. -  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST   '  AND ASS AVER,  lloyal School of Mines, Loudon.    Seven years  at  Morfn   Works,  Swanseu.     17   year's  Chlei.  ('hctnlst  to Wlgan Ooal and-Iron l.o.,'   Eng.'  Late I'hemlst ami Assaver, Hall Minos, Lid.  Claims examined aud reported upon,  Revelstoke, B.C.  ]y>ni!liiK the lecovuiy nl i_.in*viuy ii-inn  liis injuries.  Tin; l-itPi-t M'Ptn 's from Viitimnver  iii-i- l<> tlie I'it'i'ft llnit llie four (Jim-  MTvativi. i*iincliilut..*s nre pxlri'iiii'ly  lilicly I'i lie lelnrnuil nnd premier  _M*ir{iii In Iiim* Iii*** sent*. In tins l.o*.-,-  limil li'lini; Mi. .M.wUinlnMi is (rainiiiK  .-11 ������������������milli cvciy ilay mill nilIichihIi it  will In- a liartfli^lit/' liis pin-.pi.cls nf  lieiiifr at tlie hi-'iil nf tin; pull mr- i-x-  rcllciit. Tin.' iniin'is vote is diviili.fi  lii-iivei'ii liim and his opponent Mr.  Kinitli Ciii'li.i.  Every other Inwn in the prnvinre,  Doinininn. Empire lias nlit'inly cele  lirated the hoisting of the Union Jark  over Pretoria and n Inrjrc propnrtion  of our own citi/i-ns ilfsire lo lose nn  tiioi-u time nliout. it. It. \������ snaucstcd  t li;it Monday lie appointed 11 liolidny  for this purlin*.., and as llie Mayor is  out of town, lie hii.lhetterlin l.ulepraph-  ed to. A dav of piinii's with an open  air Viand concert and (ire works in the  '���������evening seetriH to be a programme  which insets the y,fene.ral ripprolmtion.  A unrefnl perusal of ihe list of eun-  (liilales iioinin:ili*.il last' .Saturday,  wliirli will lie found in niintliercolumn  nf this i.-Mte will give rise to several  iiiU'i-i'Mini; comments. The lirst and  innst nlivious f.-ict ssticUint; out uf it is  the niter collapse* of Mr. Cotton'.-, so-  called provincial party. Even in his  own cily lie is the only candidate nnd  lie lins hut nine all told throughout  the entire province. Like himself  nearly nil of them are self indicted  on the constituencies, in wliich tliey j  nre running and hold no invitation j  from any section of the electorate to  come out*. In this cniistinieucy Mr.  Kellie, tlie Col ton slatidnrd hearer,  who wiii-i'iil, '���������jiouii. to see Mr. (,'nllnn  sliul*. for a candidate" a few weeks  a (jo has actually wound up supporting  .1 Martin candiilaie.  Mr. Marl in amain is six men shy nf  the fullilinent of his lioast of a caudi-  d.ite in everv constituency, nnd many  nf his representatives are men toi-iliy  unknown even in their own ridings  and obviously only selected at the List  moment lo stop a i^ap. His late  -millislcr���������of���������liiuLHLe._i_l.r-_.Ryder, hit.-  f.tiled to secute a nomination as  candidate       in Comox     or       any  other ���������. iditi1. ."111(1 the stupendous im-  puileiiee of his beinn foisted upon llu-  province as a cabinet, niinisU'i* is more  striking than ever. it is perfectly  inarvellous how the representative of  llie crown in this province could have  for on" moment lent his countenance  tosuih 11 swindle upon the public.  And il is still more si ran ice to see men,  who profess 10 uphold I lie consl.it 11-  .iounl principles of .ttovernlncHl** ny  the people, run so besinitcli t h������ name  of the Liberal party a-to support, a  man who has so abused and wri".i������d  'be ron-t itulion for llie purpose of  Inimboiv/.linK the people, and twisted  the sacred principles of British freedom, for which stale-men anil patriots  liave 1'ou^hl. uud bled ami died, inside  out like nu old ({love to-uit his per-  siui'il ambiiioiis, playint. his suiaii,  iilerU trie k*. wilh an impudent, leer  aiul ylit'WiiiK his senru ami coiitempt  for the elm toi s ������ hile in t lie very act  of appealim.' for lheir -iill. n^en. U  .loii Marlin is, as he cIh'Iiih lobe a  pure Liberal, then Clod save in from  Libel alism. Hut, there is a limit, even  to toleration of political impudence  and Martin Iuih reachrd it. It, is iti  l.iel nrr-m-dintf t.ol be hi���������t and latest nil-  vice, 11 very doubtful (|iii!si.iiin indeed  wlielher he will be able to secure a  seat "ill Vancouver even fur himself,  inticli less bis three other riLiiiliilnt"*,  All over the pi ovincetIn* Labor part y  hiiA'c wilhilrawii their coiillileiici: from  him and his ciuulidates. and have  j���������.   1 .'* 1 ,'.,.   ,,'* 11-.,.!,. I,.,.,,  Gentlemkn: Iu seekinp; the suf_-  rages of tlie electors of this llidini; 1  wish lo briefly state my position  whicli I will define as one of perfect  independence.  My lirst and special care, should you  honor nie witli election, will be the  'mil-rests of this Ridinn.  always and al, all times  first ami best attention.  I believe in the main the platform  promulgated by thu Kovcrnmeut is the  inn-a progressive which        lias  been placed before the , electorate  and legislation along its lines will  receive, my support, ns will also any  lexislnlimi for the amelioration of the  condition of labor in this province.  Ue������urdin(. Asiatic iuimiKrntinn I am  in uncoinpromisiii'. opposition to it  and will assist, in every legitimate way  lo stem in tide and disiourane its  competition with white labor.  1 have 1 be honor to remain, gentlemen, your obedient servant.  ALICX. McHAE.  THE   FRED   ROBINSON   LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  On and after this date our prices for Cut Firewood will   be as  follows:  8100 Per Cord at Mill  $2.00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR GASH.  _������.  r  FRED ROBINSON.. ��������� ��������� ���������  Managing. Director.  'S  ������������������ ������������������"���������������������������mjajuaey  Is Minicliines wrapped iu a small bottle,  and oiten the door has been closed ou  death by a -single boltle of medicine.  Isn't llin-poriaul. therefore, wilh such  serious mailers, 10 lie sure of vour  dru-tjist 7  We pride ourselves on the ouality of  ourdruus, and the careful way In which  we prepare our medicines.  To be truly accurate in componndinp  medicines is more Hum weii;liti and  measi-irc.*,.  FIELD & BEWS  PHARMACISTS,  SliOOND STKERT.  I   FIRE INSURANCE ^       |  All rtiisst*s of iiisMirabli; rlhk������ r������nuri_tl v*-  nl fair and eqnitublt. rate.-. U  LIFE INSURANCE  I'oHrit*-��������� non-forfei .hI)Io. cunr-  nntcott vaIug--. nK^h lonn vftim*-*,  throughout thu  hi>;nry of the  MONEY TO LOAN/,  rej-ulen'.ial  Leave your orders at 1113*' office on McKenzie Ave.  $7.50 a ton, Delivered from the curs  Terms*.   Cash with order.  Larue nnd Well Lighted  Sum pie Koouis   .Heated by Hot Air and Eleelrie.  ISells and Li(;hi in every room  Free Rus Meets All Trains  treasonable Hates    -_.HOTEL  VICTORIA^-.  .101IN V. PERKB, Prophietou.  Xiuht Grill i"j>si 'n r-.nuceiloii for the Convenience of Guests  U U U -U  Now is tho time to cull nm! arrnnjrf*  for n SIM.INC SUIT nml nn O-'JCHCOAT  ���������S|i1uiidld lino of Suithms, Niiwrst  Fashion IMutcs, good worktnunship.  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCatty Block.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Ducr Llends,   liirdn,  Animals, Ktc, preserved  and monnted.  TUlltD STUKKT. 1CAHT OV SCIIOOUIUUBC  When you reach Ferguson, B.C./  Hotel Lardeau  J. Jauuhton, Proprietor.  liest .f2.(i0 a day house in* the Lardeau. ltest  of fiilsiuc sorvieo.���������rinely enulpped liar.���������  Choicest wines, liquors and elKnrs.���������Heiul-  iinarters for miners and intuitu; men.���������Well  IlKhteil and  heated rooms, neatly furnished  Jas. I. Woodrow.   .  ������������������  BUTCHER  It.ct.ii.il Doulci* in--  Beef, Pork,  Mutton,*Etc, -   ���������'"  Fish and Game in Season   All orders prmnpllv lllleil.  fflJn'BH'I.X RBYEIrSTOKB, B.C.  * *  fr  fr  fr We Repair,  WATCHES  CLOCKS,  and all kinds ol Jewellery  on cood bu-iness or  ;.ro|ierty  -s'   Ken:*"  ���������JC   Colleeied  FAY ETE BUKER,  T:iK LATXST 1DK.CS I.S*  Suitings  and  Overcoatings  NEWEST AND BEST  \,*\r%e nnnp" of Imnortf-d Wr.oh'n������������ tn  ftilfdt from  J. B. Cressman...  jS(_r-AliiIn,t i'i.'* Old "niii'l.  i  _.  i:li,ii������-i   |...,...-.       "  uKiiin.*-!, linn iii I In* ficlil ni* lidvc t liroivn  in llifirliit with tins nppusil inn, re-  fusing vi>i*y wisitly tn lii'iimili' 11 fitupiiw  In fiiiltioi' uny niiiii'i si'llUh ninliition.  Ami liy ho lining liuvt; imuli1 11 l"nr  Kri-ntfi' slri.li! lowiii'il.i i-froKiiitifin of  tlu-ii' rlniiiiM. Ilicii* jn-,1 mid I'iRlit'O'.iH  cl.-iinis. to linvi- u vnicc in tin: |i'|_;is-  lntinn nf tlie (ifiviiui*. t linn if lln*y  wimi' follnwiilf! lilinill'i.lil :ih (hii* Hum  ;i Ic.idcr, wIkihi- nnly clniiu Id flic n.ip  iKii-l nf working incn is that hclnTiiliU  liiniHcIf im tlm wwkiiiisiiicn'm fricnil.  Thi* hiliiii'piifty hive liy the wisdom  nf th(;ii* lojulurs iiwcnpod out nf the  Mui'tin Htiiii't*. Thi'y wcru nm������np Ihf  ilrst to expciRO this pci'Honiil Mf Rucking  nf his inotivi'S, nnd the IkiIIovviicsh nf  his pretoiiHinns ns n pnliticn.1 rcfnnnci*.  '1'licy have iippeiirvd in this ������������������lectinn  for i.hc first time hh iidiKtinct puity  mnil have ev'inci'il (in iiLlil.udu nf fni--  siu'htcd common dense in the mutter,  which hns .ilrcntly inspired a fcclinf?  of cnitfiilonce aiiioiil? tin; people and  will if fonliiitiK<l| inaki*> Miein nn lwci-  ttiii'Oii-iiig power in thc. (n'ovince.  .*********************.r***  fr  *  t  ���������+  B Hi VELSTOKE  SMELTER  TOWNSITE  A LOCAL INDUHTRV    OF I'UHI.ru UKNiSKlT,  I  m  vs&������v5^e@Q@QeeQQg  SOLE AGENT  % THE REVELSTOKE  I STEAM LAUNDRY..  % ,-nr���������1 .._1SB0TH  Thc Proprietor retpicsts your  jiiitroinifti; on thcalmve fat'ln.  I'-irnt (IhiHS iMiiehitiery ami  Pi rut (!la������H While Help, en-  snire.H Kirsl Olass Work. A  ti ial order is .solicited from  outside point", or from residents ol Itcvelstokc. who are  not nlready on our list of  patrons.  Geo. S. Hogan  Proprietor.  TEIiBPHONl. NO. ���������!!!.  ���������   t  **********************M**  ..LOTS FROM $150 U  -ON   EASY   TERMS-  <4*4?4<Hr*<4f4t4Hf4Hf4**<f-*4Ht-*4t4t4+  R. H. MAYNE,  m> Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  . uterik foi .the fteraM,  ���������5*  X Tf the   work'  is   not Kiitisfaetory wc   fr  X retninl your money.                                      4*  % WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK fr  fr nnd stand liy our p-unrantoe.             fr  fr fr  fr We nlsoeurrva pood line of Watches  fr  fr and .liiivcllerv,' wliieli wo dispose ol at  fr  fr moderate [.rices.                                         fr  ! KM. ALLUM, I  J Tho I.eadlnjt                                X  J, Waiehinakor and .lowolcr.       Jj.  _, First Street, next door to Hiiiiai.ii ollice. fr  * fr  *************************(.  I Paints,.    Oils,  Glass.  Clnr delayed Ktoek of the aliove has Just  arrived and we have ntni.h pleasure in  nliieliiK before the ItavcNlokn pnlilli. a  list of llie 1.-..oils we are now prepared to  supply ihcin at reasonable prices.  Iiolli.il and Haw Oil, Tlirpoiillnc. Conl,  Tnr, Vnrntslies In tlneo grades.  Colors ground In Oil, Japan or Dry,  Cold Water Kulsoniliic In every shade.  Whiting, riasleraiid I'orlland Cuiiumt  ���������rinnilHiriinraulced In hn nf best qimlltv  and all from hest milkers,  Starret's Mechanics-Tools for Sale  ^^.W. M, Lawrence  lliirdware. 'I'lnwnre. Stoves.  l'aluts. Oils and GIhmm.  f_p-A|*;ent for Iliiiullton l'owder Co.-  g   ���������*������������������>-"���������.  W E   hereby notify  the  smoking*  public that the Cigar Make  rs' Union  have resolved to  permit mc  mbers o(  the Union to work  in our  Factory.  and UNION  CIGAR  MAKERS   arc  now at work with us.  y������sihgB^ ��������� Co  f. &P    .  lF^@_������iry0  THOS. 1,EI*_. P.oprii  tor.  Oleanliness  ls_.Next_to_jQodljfiess'...  If yon want your BeavengiirinK.  work don������ in 11 clean nntf i:t*o-  noinieal way send a card to '*.  F. SAUNDERS,  HKVKLijTOKIi STATION.  .������  NOTICE!!.  500 White Miners and  Telephone 36.  P.O. Box 86.  Savage Bros.  Second Street  THE  Family Grocers  ....PAVAOK DUOS, bog to Inform the puljllc  ... and their patrons that they havu added 11  ....choice line of rmCljII GHOCKKIK3 tolholr  ���������slock, and urc prepared to sell nt'close  ....figures for cnPh.  We still linndle  FEED AND FARM PRODUCE  Helpers Wanted  !>S  For   the  WoIIIiikIoii   KxIoiikIoii   nnd   floinox  mines to supcri-cdo nil   the  Chlnuse   In  our  mines.   Apply nl once 10 tho iniiiiuuorH'of the  uid mines.  Wellington Colliery Co. Ld  THE.  Ii. W. n. I'AOKT, Prop.  Prompt dellverv of parcels, biiRgiige, otc, to  any part of thu City.  Any Kind of Transferring;  Undertaken  All Purchases delivered free of Charge.  Fresh supply of fish every morningi  Car fu attention.  Prompt delivery  All orders lort at U. M. Smytho's Tobacco*  Store, or hy Telephone No. 7uB0i will receive  ptompt uttontlon.  NOTICE  Notice Ib hereby clvon to purohasiys of lots  In Block '���������A," Town of Itovelstokc-^itherwlse  known as the "Mara Townsite Property." that  all Instalments on account, of purchnuc nre to  he pnld to John I). Sibbald, Mara To'wnsllo  Agent, and to no other person,  . J^A. MAtlA,  For Rent.  A fine new nlnc-roo-med house with nil  inodcrii liiiprovemfoi!.. com pic ta In everv  dotal, liavint: tee. _������i_,;* riwat nnd |)0\vf#  besides numcroufi.jiB* _.ii,n������-. closets, pantrv  etc.. and  a ftn* ������.?i/.r   jepnriito  from    Hid  *^'i  J

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