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 ^*7  -ISSTJ___3Z_)   TWIOB-X-WEBZ: -- _rTJ"_BSID_A_.-yS    ^ZLTID    FHIEATS-  Vol. IV.    No.  49  REVELSTOKE, B. C. TUESDAY,   JUNE 19, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  THE STANDARD GROUP  Parasols   AND   Umbrellas  We are now opening a choice  line of Umbrellas and Parasols���������newest and prettiest  selection in the City.  35C ���������S1.50H  $1.2588.9)  CHILDREN'S'  at  LAWKS' at  UNDERWEAR  In Ladies' and Chiidrens'  Underwear we are now  showing the neatest things  to be teen anywhere. Prices  are surprisingly low.  Attention is called to .our  lines of Ladies', Gents' and  Chiidrens' Hosiery. Our  comfort hose is the very  latest idea in these goods.  The legs are cotton and the  leet natural wool. They absorb the . perspiration and  promote health., and at the  same time are "light and cool  We haye these hose in gents'  and Ladies' and there is a  big run on them.  iprinj  r  The latest Spring Novelties  in Neckties are now on view  in our store. If you want  .something neat and fashionable come and inspect our 5  stock of these goods.  Carpet  Sale....  Our great drive in Carpets  still continues���������25 per cent.-  discount. Money saved i.s  money made. By buying  our   Carpets you can  make  f  some.  HOUSE  FURNISHINGS  In Wall Paper we are offering special inducements this  spring in the  way  of low  prices.   We have a big stock  to   select  from    aid   those  needing  Wall 'Paper . Avill  find it to their advantage to  inspect our line and get our  prices before purchasing elsewhere.   Our Window shades'  and curtain poles are   new."  nnd artistic.  Prospectus of the Prince Mining and  Development Co.  The prospectus of tho Prince Alining .-mil Development Oo., a loctl  syndicate formed Lo work the Standard group in Uiu Big Bend district  has boon laid on tlio llijltAl.M's table.  Tli'j prospectus contains Llie follow  ing extract from tin; report on the  property made liy Leo. Vim Rosenborg, tliu prominent New York mining  engineer:  "The. country rock is chiefly schist  cut liy (Diorilo or Syenite) dykes. In  the schist occiii' narrow bands of  limestone. Tlie veins are curried in  iintl along the dykes. As fur us is  known there are aliout nine veins upon  tlie properly, six of wliich are copper  ������������������md geld hearing, the others carry  arsenical iron wilh gold."  "The copper-hearing veins show  large cropping.*--, most important  known at present are lht! two veins  known as tlie Standard veins. No. 1  and No. 2. No. 1 is the larger and  more promising of the two; tliey arc  approximately sixty i'tet apart, and  in depth will prohahly form one very  largo vein." "They havo a general  northwesterly course and a dip of  aliout forty-five degrees to the northeast." "The veins are traceable Corn  long distance across Iho properly."  ������������������The surface indications are exceedingly favorable and it is fair to expect  that large and gootl ore bodies will be  found in depth.*'  "The Standard No. 1 is a very thick  vein showing on the crop pings, above  Tunnel No. 1, fully twelve foot across  the hill near Tunnel No. 2 it is more  than double this in thickness.. Vein  No. 'i appears to be split near Lhe  surface, the three sections of the samo  in cross-cut No. _3, showing a combined  thickness of about six feet."  "A large part of thu material exposed in cross-cut No. ii is highly  mineralized, tlie cropping, aiul cuts  on the veins show extensive mineralization."  "The entire properly can hedovelop-  ed by tunnels and uprising. Sinking  shafts would be Loo expensive and too  slow.. -.[ am'- confident, Lhat Lhis  method of." development will open up  good ore bodies. Tl must not, however, be expected thedrift will be for  i he entire long! h iu'good ore. Usually  ore bodies occur ��������� in . schist along, the  course and dip ol" llio vein. The  intervening may contain low-grade  material or be barren."  "It may be staled that the ores _;are  smelting ores ��������� as far as lhe copper-  hearing veins are concerned."  "I believe that with proper development this property will become a  large producer and- together with the  smeller Lo be erected when lhe ore  supply wairants it. the enterprise will  prove a largo and paying one."'  The capital stock of the company is  $LOUO,000 in $1 shines. 5T.").0!)6 shares  have been placed in tho treasury, ot  which lOO.OOO shares have been placed  nn tho market'at 23 conl.s. The promoters slock has been pooled for 2  years or until 27..,000shares of treasury  stock have been disposed of, when  25 por cent of promoter' stock is  released from the pool and the balance  pooled for one year, The ollice of the  company is iu Revelstoke and the  directors are II. A. Brown, president:  Tlios. Taylor lM. P. P., vice-president;  J. M. St.otl, secretary anil treasurer;  (J. .I. Kmiiens, superintendent and II.  -P.-Smilli.���������   - -���������-���������     -.   -------     -  2 fc***>-*'*������'^***^.������*^*������**������,*a*^ 9i^tt&*&*^*&������>M9&**&ttm&9iG  2 ������  l*.?*-*'������^--!������*^ -__������*__*@������-_!X������Xs^^  2  ���������������*M     ������������������[������#    "=~5*������  ���������������������������^    W    W&'  At this Store all goods must be foUI in their season. In fact we insist on closing out  many lines long before the season is ended, Avhich is emphatically true of our  -Millinery. That's why Ave inaugurate a Clearance Sale of our4 Untrimmed and  Kcacly-to-Wcar Hats which we are going to let go at half price and less. Every  Hat is perfect s>m<\ ofthe latest New York Styles. Thc hats sire suitable for Summer  and include styles and sizes for Ladies Misses and Children. On Wednesday morning  the first lot, go on Sale at this rate.  White-and Colored Rustic and Smooth Sailors���������Misses' and Children's Hats,,  all colors and a big- variety   of  Styles���������Ready  to   Wear  Hats   in   different  Style?.   WEDNESDAY MORNING YOUR CHOICE FOR   ......  This is the chance of a lifetime to buy at such remarkable small prices,  ind no woman *within reach of this Store should='miss it. Come Wednesday  if you can and watch this column of announcements.  A Shirt -Waist Sale  Very special prices on these very  attractive Shirt Waists. They are  every one the most correct cut and  patterns of the season's styles,' and,  all iii beautiful colorings, stripes-  and plaids, a kirid that will delight  those Avho come' early enough to  choose from, the assortment before  they are all disposed of ���������*-;  Two dozen fine Cambric and Percale Sliiit-  Waists, French back,'lull front, fancy stripes  and colors. Regular $_1."<0.   Wednesday -81.00  >Two dozen Muslin anc"** Cinihi ie Shirt Waists  in plaids and colors. Regular $1.25' and SI.  Wednesday   .' n'5c.  -i>.  _^    C^>''  I  ���������*������ "-tjVCJHi  Groceries  We are always on the top in  this line; being the heaviest  purchasers Ave can afford the  choicest goods at the lowest  prices.  RAM LAL'S TEA ns a Package Tea  cannot be beat. It has no equal ln thc  Market, as a sample package will convince all lovers of good Tea.  Spin������.Silks :���������  | foi: Wednesday  ������ They will cost you ltmcii less than .tliey .are  __������ worth.    AVill vou c-oioo to .share in them.  09  gj : :���������  I Choice of "''���������'���������  I LadieV-Costumes .  I Up to $E7 for 12.50'. !ci������s?_sfc_.  ���������**���������*���������<  g Your choice o!" tins remainder of those swell  (!) Sample Suits, Uoonispiin matt-rial, made-in  <������ I__r.ni: tight fitting and liy front styles. Every,  garment is specially well ��������� tailored. These,  nils    are     unoi-C-slionnhly     Ihe     grandest  tit*  5U  (%}   _. -������������������-    ���������_   --,----���������j      .- ���������    ��������� ��������� - -  (5j suits    are     un'inc-stioiiably     Ihe     grandest  ������ opportunity of fchij season.    Wednesday votit  ������   choice .$12.51  Bieycle  $6.50  Skirts'" $5/25  Bicycle Skirl'Ma. .erial, in light and medium,  tan and brown mixtures. Regular $($.50���������  Wednesday $5.2..  TALKATIVE TARTE  C. B. Hume & Co.  j_JIanc3^surnxner_  Hosiery  ^X ;'  Mi  <'p2SQEE*2&������>  -*nr!^U.  Corset Vests  and "White Goods  AVe may reasonably expect busy sales in Iho  Underwear Department on Wednesday with  such low prices as these to attract shoppers.  Ladies' Corsets, fine Summer netting,'long  and medium waists. 5 hook clasp', in wjiite.  Wednesday .' ���������-...' 70s  Ladies -Vests, 'fine 'ribbed .Swiss, in colors.  White and ICcrn. short" sleeves, .neatly  trimmed with Silk' Ribbon. Regular price  20c and 25c. Wednesday 2 for 25c  Ladies' Corset. Covers, trimmed with Lac*'���������  All sizes.'     AVednesday fur. 2."ic  TALKATIVE ISRAEL TARTE  Daily  Called   Down  By   the    London  Chronicle.  The Toronto Telegram's London  correspondent cables the following:  The opinion amongst Canadians here is  that I Ion.Tarte, Canadian Minister of  of Public AVorks and Chief Commissioner from the Dominion lo the  Paris Imposition has heen indiscreet  unlawful in bis speech in Paris, consequently it ij a line; the Liberal party  hy his prn-Fieneh sentiments which  he seem.*. Lo ul ter every chance he gets.  Paris eorrespoudent of the Daily  Chronicle say.-Mr. Tarte. in a lecture  at Canada's section last week, conveyed  thu impiusMiin that the Province of  Quebec was anxious to adopt Iri-color.  ln commenting 011 Mr. Tart e's indis-  cicelnoss, the correspondent of the  Daily Chronicle says Mr. Tarte seems  lo forget 1 hat he has (,11110 10 Tram-Las a representative of the Dominion of  of Canada and not the province of  Quebec."  WAR DECLARED IN CHINA  The  International   Fleet Fired  On By the Taku Forts.  FORTS  HAYE BEEN CAPTURED  PREMIER DUNSMUIR  ������&QSBS������&0  K3SSZ������33S4  Israel Tarie is the chartered libertine  of Canadian .politics. The ordinary  rules of the name have been set aside  in his favor. Jle and his sons iu his  paper have been privileged to say  what Ihey liked. He has been free to  indulge his sentimental preference for  a foreign country over the empire of  which he is a paid servant by deed and  word, even Io the length of living a  foreign Hag on 11 government ship on'  which lie was Iravclline; on government business, The leasl objection to  these erratic pranks was always met  hy 11 howl from lhu government pres������.  The slightest, remonstrance was met  by 11 cry Unit lhu objectors wero  trying I" ���������*,lii" "l> i-in.'i'il strife. The  original oll'ender's insult to (lie feelings of thu l'.ynl majority of Canadians !  wits condoned oil' hand. Any attempt  to resent it was condemned with  equal promptness. lint Mr. Tarte  has been allowcd-.to parade his disloyally (ill license hns outrun patiente.  Ills utterances us Canadian Commissioner lo the Paris exhibition have  drawn upon him the severest censures  lrorn the London press. The JIkkald  publishes in another column the  comments of the Daily Chronicle tin  our talkative minister of public works.  Relow follows what the St.' .lames  (iii'/.elt.e has lo say ithotn him. Surely  the Daily Chronicle and Si. James  Cm/.cIIu are not trying lo create  political capital or stir up race  prejudices in tlie Dominion, Tlie  (iu/.ettee says: ".  "After ox-Premier Schreinor, of  Cape Colony, (he llgureof the week in  colonial circles has been Tarte. lt i-  really dilllcult to know what to make  of tliis h1-'111'!.'11101.. AVe are sure  Laurier would be well advised if , he  were to call his errant colleague to  Ottawa, where his speeches would stive  less (ilTente und Rive 1 ise to fe-ver mis-  eoiu'i'plinir.i than Ihey do in Paris."  ���������     HOW" DOES YOUR TASTE RUN  AAre have an almost exaustless variety of tilt-  very prettiest colorings and effects yon  could imagine. All kinds of fancy pal terns  and Lace wnrk.and the prices are from 2.*>c to  75c. a pair. Some beautiful ones in black  and colored stripes���������will suit I hose who  adniiro a particularly lovely stocking.  Ladies' - -Ciowns.  trimmed with lace.  Heavy    Cotton.   ��������� neallv  Wednesdav 75 c  June tlie Great  Wasli- Month  The present mouth'is on' record as  the greatest of the your for Wash  Goods soiling. Already avc ha\*e  had increased business, but avc  have.pliinned for still��������� larger, and  Wednesday's programrao offers the  values.that.will do it.  350*'Yards 'Fancyr* Striped   Piques. , while  grounds, wilh-bluo, pin'kiind navy stripes���������  a splendid linn fluidity for blouse or skirt.-  Regular 23c. , Wednesday 15c  230.Yards Extra Fine Scotch Gingham, |_lrm  finalities, reliable washing floods, regular IS  20'and'25c.  "   "Wednesday.  15c.  150 Yards White Tucked Apron Lawn, IJG  inches wide, good quality. Regular. 20c.  Wednesday     ....' 13c  Trunks  and Bags  AVe are .making special prices on .'Crunks nml  Travelling Balis. . Wednesday inorningthe  new prices take ell'ect.  Umbrellas  On Sale Wednesday  Ladies' 2;> inch. Silk and Linen Umbrellas,  Ml eel Rod and Paragon Frrmc, Fancy  Ha:iilles.     Wclnosdiiy  $1.23  CARPET ATTRACTIONS.  Buying good Carpets means a very big item  of expense when you're furnishing or fixing  up and every few cents even that you can  save on each yard makes a very great difference to your purse- You'll find Wednesday's  reductions extra pleasing for that, reason.  They will mean a considerable sum "to the  good " for those who secure them.  The New Premier   Elected   for -British  Columbia  Ts a. son of the,late Robt. Dunsinuir  aiid is-IS years of age. lie is a half  owner of t he extensive coal mines at  Co"iiit>x. the Wellington extension and  Alexandria on tlie Island, and li.df  owner of the li. Ss N. Railway. He is  the largest employer of labor in the  province. His monthly pay roll  exclusive of steamboats, amounts tii  $1:50,000. He was first elected lo the  legislature for Comox in 1S0S. Al the  recent election he was elected forSouth  Naniiitno.  Antoinette Trebell:,  Who has taken  the stage  name  of  Jllle. Dolores, will appear at the opera  house on  June   25th.    The  AViimipcg  Tribune of the 5th inst. says:  " Woman can hold her own���������more  than hold it���������wilh the best male alive  when it comes to effective vocalism,  either in stage or concert work. Tt  has been the case in tho past, and  while ..uch siugers exist as Mile.  Trebelli, or Mile. Dolores, masculine  humanity of the present day. taking  the greatest musical exponents- as a  standard, emerges irom the competition second best. A marked tone of  appreciation last night al the Winnipeg theatre, from an audience mainly  composed of city musicians, were tin-  encores demanded from the fair  songstress ar, llie close of every number she sang; not perfunctory calls  either, but full and genuine measures  of applause from intelligent people  who knew ''what 'they wanted,  trespassing no doubt on the good  nature of the, vocalist, but ���������gracefully  and pleasantly acceded by her."  _ She will he accompanied by .AL E.  Burns as pianist. Tlie Winnipeg Free  Press of the same date says:  JL E. Rerns is no less successful in  his own line: he is a thorough master  of the piano and his line work was  well appreciated. , His' lira I two  numbers, by Volpe, created a sensation throughout the audience."  Local talent will be woilhily represented by Revelstfike's promising  young violinist, Archie Mallhcvvs.  &  ^~ The Moiiey'By-Laws.  Voting on the by laws to raise Sl,i;00  If) purchase the old Gold Hill hotel1 on  [���������"rout street and convert it into a  lire hall and for other iinpioveinents  tfi our lire protection and lo raise  $1,300 for street improvements was  conducted by the city clerk as returning ollicer at Tapping's opera  house yesterday. The result of the  poll at the closing limit' <l p. 111.. was  that (he i-il.UOU bylaw was rejected hy  Ij I to 51 voles and the yl.50'1 bylaw  approved by SI Iti !15. It would be  only justice another time lo the  resilient owners in the east end. manv  of whom Iind il hard to get away to  vole belwi'eu the hours of S a. 111. anil  I p. in, to have two polling places, one  say at I he Nn 2 lire hull ami the other  at the city clerk's ollice iu the Cowan  block.  Ten Thousand Men Fiom Buller's Command Under Orders For China���������The  Boer's Retiring on Middleburg, a Point  on the Delagoa Bay Railroad���������Preparing for a Final Stand at Lydenburg.  London. June 10.���������China declared  war against llie rc-t of the world when  the Taku forts, opened lire upon tho'  International Heel. The accounts of  what took place are still unsatisfactory.  The best semi-ollieial information'  being.the despatch received aL Reiliu  fiom Chefoo as follows: A semi-*  oliicial despatch from Chefoo announced that the Titku torts had been  captured after a combined attack by  the foreign warsliips. The despatch*  added that the foreign settlements at  Tien Tsin were being fired into by the<  Chinese. The forts on both sides of  tiie Taku are now occupied. Tin:'  Chinese opened lire unexpectedly.  The casualties were: Killed���������British''  1. Germans '���������!. Russians 1(5,-. French 1.'  Wounded���������Brilish ���������������. Germans 7,  Russians 45. French 1. The Chinese  torpedo boats were seized. The heavy  Russian losses weie due lotlie blowing  up of a magazine.  London, June   10.���������Tlie Doer com-'  mandiw arc itiiirchiiig on  .Middleburg.  followed by the   Brilish   artillery  aud  cavalry.    Tbe   Boers   are "destroying*  tho bridges, behind them and  carrying  oft   provisions   and"   cattle.     Advices'  from _Machatli.ii p say the Boers  havu    ���������  abundance of arms and  ammunition,  with  dynamite   and   oxen,   and  that  tbey are preparing heavy wagon trains  for it retreat io the Lydenbutg district  where  the  chiefs are  determined * ta'  make a   stand.    Steyn   says  the. fact"  that   the   army   is   vet   in   the   field  renders Lord   Roberts' annexation  of  the   Free   Stale   contrary   to    Inter-    '  national law. -    - - ���������*:  London. June IS,���������Seven -tl-oi.srinf_' ���������  Russians wilh 12 machine: guns are --  marching fi0:11 T.en Tsin to Pekin..      ������������������ -  The     following   summary    of    the'  Chinese situation  wa* telegraphed to "  the  Daily   Xew-s .last  evening    from*   -  Shanghai:    " The situation  is critical  and without parallel since the  Indian  mutiny.    At tlie Yung Tse ports theie'  is a grave feeling of unrest among the  natives.    As   yet  thciv.   hat .bec-u -110  outbreak,   but   placards    have    been  posted in  Kin  Kiang.   Ugas Kin. and  W11 Hn calling on  lhe  people  to  kill*  and burn.    A   body'of  iiotei*s.   5,000 ������������������  strong,   are at   Kwei   Hsien,   in   the_  perfeciure of Caulon. and troops  have'  gone to suppress them.'    The  Powers,'   ;  unpiepaied,   are helpless   to  prevent-  disaster,   but   hairing    trilling    local'  frictions, thev are working amicably.  London, June IS. - There are some"  indications that Lord Roberts con-'  siders the end of the struggle in South.  Africa at a fair distant-,-. One of  these is Hie fact that the_NT.it.il Voluii-"  tcers wero dismissed to their homes bv-  liiiller on Saturday. Another indica-.  tion is the report that a complete/  division of i egnlars is to he withdrawn  from Boiler's army and emb.Xrked for'  China. * ..  *  The   British    troops   aie   now near  Middleburg.-    Xolhing fi 1' Roberts'  vostei'day. President Kruger has  iemoved his headquarters lo Alkmanr,-  near Xei-sprut.  *N*_-\v Volik. June IS.���������The World's'  London despatch says lhat the gov-'  ernor-has decidud to send to_ China'  immediately from Gen. Buller's force.  10.000 iufanlry.., tliu-e, batteries of  ai tillerv and a siege train. -      "   '*   "  Washington.   June  IS.���������Thc. War'  department eonliriiis the report that a.  regiment of infant]y has been ordered.  -fiiitii-JJaniliiHo-Ghm.i-nnd-is-probiihly���������  aheady on board the transport.  London, June l-B.-Wiilithe exception,  of tlie Capetown rumor that Lord-  Roberts is about lo seize lhu Dclagoa'  Bay railway atastrong stragetic point'  there is im news from South Africa.  L0Ni*ON,Jm:i: IS���������The Admiralty has'  received an oliicial dispatch from Chen'  Foostatingthat a Jiipaiiescm.-in-df-wai-'  justariived  from  Taku  reports  that  the commander-in-chief   and  interna-'  tional troops nre  hack   al  Tien  Tsin.*  having  been   unable  lo  get through.  Anoil'ierClieeFoO dispatch states that*  the Taku forts yesterday were tired on.  by  the  combined fleets mid   after   a*  brief engagement the fori s.siinviiiired.  The Bi'iliMi   gunboat Algerine   was'  damaged and t wo of  her olliiers anil'  four men wounded. ,  A '.Vnkiihaniu di-patch stuli": lhat  Japan is sending ".(������) troops to China.,  Simla. .June IS.���������In consequence of  the gravity of the rhincse situation;  the seventh Bengal infantry has been1  ordered to proceed to Hong Kong.  ome tariy .ani  before the best bargains are picked out.  General Merchants  Revelstoke, B. O  r.r-.+r^.p-ttVVM'.****''.***.*'**** 'j***'****'**'******* -n*^****-**- *&.*jnt***jHt**f-***+#****-*:**Jh ������.  Prospects of thc C. P. R. ���������Lardeau Ex  tension this Season  From letters now pissing beiween  interested pai (ies at Trout Lake and  C. P. 1). ofllcials it is obvioiw thai con-  striiclioii will be commented not 1.iter  than the end of July, as soon as lhe  Balfour branch is taken over by the  company.' His only a matter uf two  mouths work when once begun. Fred.  Robinson, of the Fred. Robinson Lumber Co,. Coinplix, has received assurances that the road will he built tight  through lo that, point this fnll. fiom  which point the company will transfer  to Ai rowhead. The scows, slip, anil  tugs are already provided for the  Kootenay lakes, so lhat a slip at  Coinaplix or nearer Arrow head is ail  that \* necessary.���������Lardeau K.iglo.  Another Strike Imminent.  .1. Roderick Robertson told tlie  Vancouver World on Friday that a  strike of muckers iu Ros-l.md was  imminent. The strike is being organized in order to make S-'i a- day the  uniform rate of wages for muckers.  City Council  Met on Friday evening. Present'  the Mayor. Aid. Cnidoii. Abrahatusoiv  McMahon and Newman.  Rov Smythe refpiested permission'  to eiecta "shooting gallery next his1'  cigar store, whicli was granted,-the'  Public Woiks committee being in-'  sti ucled lo see that the building was"  safe.  On thc representation of Aid. Abra-'  hamsoii. a motion was passed that  the couiicii give the Revelstoke. Big"  Bend a nil Lardeau Telephone Co.-  permission to put telephone polos in'  the school grounds anil in the court  house grounds on lhe alley way.  Tlie 'council adjourned'after   about'  an hum's session.  Serious Accident.  A man named  A.  G.  Stoddart was*  brought in to the hospital on  Friday  sulTering  from  injuries   to   the   hack  sustained by a fall from  tho roof of  No.   10   snowshed.   A   party of men-  were   repairing   the   roof    and    had  removed four or (ive planks. Stoddart,  who   was   woiking   witli   them,   was*  lifting on one end of a plank   when  he  missed his footing and stepped through  tbe hole in the roof falling 011  to the'  track below.    His injuries were.  veiy.  serious, affecting tbe spine. BBB
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To corr_spondc-nts: -We invite correspondence on any subject of interest lo the eeneral public, and desire
a reliable correspondent in every locality surounding Kevelstoke. Tn all
eases the bona fide name of Uie
���ff-it'r must accompany
tut not necessarily for publication
Address  all "     -
l Tiller
Oregon this season amounted to about
aoo  head.
The Oregon cattle woro purchased
from tho herds belonging to the great
estate of the late Peter French, whose
ranges were In Malheur and Harney
counties, in Oregon, who was killed
several years ago. The stock is of
exceptionally high grade, and commanded, it is said, the highest prices
brought by cattle in any. of the localities in which p'ui-chases are made
for  the  Montana ranges.
The Bloom Cattle company will
bri'K; in (1.000 young steers from New
Mexico, unloading* at Billings, and
driving m-ross the ranges to Valley
J.Iauy thousand head are coining
front Texas th1s:season.
The VUirlington expects to kcI a big
run of stuck at Crawford from the
Klkhorn within the next 'month, and
indications are that there will not be
less than 2,500 cars of Texas stock for
Montana come over Iho road from
Concordia within the next two
inopths. The stock shipments from
the south will undoubtedly be heavier
this season than for some previous
years. ���**.
Notice  to  Correspondents
1. All correspondence must be legibly written on .one side nf the paper
2. Correspondence containing personal matter must be signed with the
proper name of the vritar.
3. Correspondence with reference
to anything that has appeared in another paper must* first, be* offered for
publication to that paper oh.fore it
ean  appear in THE  HERil.D
The,following clipping is taken from
tbe columns of..th'e.Halifax Herald of
Juno l��t: ���   ������ .J;
"The success of   lhe mounts of the
Btrathcoua   Horse    in   South    Africa
Stiouia encourage    the    war    office to
K>ok to Canada for the regular supply
Ot army horses in the futui-e, says the
���Canadian  Gazette.      The    600    horses
purchased by Dr. -SIcEachran on Lord
Strathcona's: behalf,  on    the   ranches
Ot Alberta, were severely tried by the
ebange of temperature,  for  the thermometer shov.-ed 20 degrees below zero
Srhen they : reached   Halifax from the
West, 'and the   consequence   was: that
1C0 or  so contracted  pneumonia;  but
es   only   K50   horses   were   needed   by
the corps,    no difTiculty was found in
���Securing  the 100  extra    remounts    in
South Africa.     Thus -ISO -ot the corps
are still upon North "West horses, and
the  opinion   ot them expressed  by  ox-
pert  ofllcers   with.   British   forces   in
jJouUi Africa is most gratifying. They
are pronounced   larger and heavier of
bone, and altogether bettor fitted lor
the  work  before   them,   than   the', av-
.": era^e army remount now at tlie front."
We    wonder      vrliere  the      Halifax
Herald   got   its   information !.���'.'    How
floes  It  know   that   -450   o��   the   corps
are still    upon    North    West   horses,
when, as a matter of fact a large iwr-
c-entage of McEachran's crocks    were
purcha_ved from Montana.
No-vr -v-ve can give the Halifax
Herald Borne facts about these horses
from on.*-* *oC the non-comnitsaloncd
olncei-K of the corps itself who ought
to know a. much at least as the
friend of Dr. McEachran -who has
been stuffing the Halifax Herald.
Sergeant'*' Grabill. of B. squadron,
Strathcona's Horse, writing from Cupe
Town lo his brother .___.'*__���. Grubill. of
the Grand Trunk baggage'department.
Montreal, hay the following facts
Halifax Herald Is so proud of:
"Our men go to Maitland. five .miles
from here, to get their remounts. Wo
ar* KetUiyr'.Oeo fi-esh h'orseu. I found
one- amongst our horses that had b-e'trn
cast from the North West Mounted
police thre-:- years ago us: perfectly useless. He was a perfect fall back and
had very nearly killed ���oinc of our
boys, ho you cru\ tell by him the
sample of hurises *.���_ has-o brought tu
this country to mafc<* *,. show nf a
spl-indld oorj,s of m'-n. It is ��h.-ni<��
ful. . liut' now we i..-*- gi.-ttlng r_ruod
liorscs, thank God; bu
poor tor Canada's tradi
this oocur often."
Othtr lott'.rn fully corroburat- ::
Gratl'i's bintc-Ri'.'iita eun*._*rr.!r.*.
scrul,:i ;,\c',-.'.l up in Montana a:. :
we.ii. Nov.. what has ihe Ha
Herald got to say utouui, It'.'
can give It lots of accurate* and
tailed iRfurination.
There is a. show of concerled action
by the powers at Pekin. but it is only
a show, and the dowager empress and
her anil-foreign ..party know it.      If lt
were not for the conflicting inter-esis
of Russia and Japan,  order could bo
restored   within.   21    hours.    "Russia
alone could put down the insurrection,
if  the  Chinese  foreign    office   Would
accept the offer of    the Russian ambassador to put the czar's troops into
the unsettled districts.     Tho national
1 spirit runs low in China, but it rebels^
at that, and is backed up directly by
Japan,  and indirectly by  Great Britain, which supports the   Japanese as
against  the   designs of  the  Russians.
The anti-Rus'sTan feeling runs high In
Japan.    It has been growing since tho
Japanese-Chinese war.    Tlie* Japanese
feeling   that   Russia    has  Interfered
with   their    rightful    fruits    of    that
struggle. Japan alms at Japanese domination  of the    Orient, and    Russia
combats that ambition both in China
and Korea.
Japanese statesmen have fresh
cause for alarm in Russia's recent
success in causing;Korea to grant her
a site tor a coal depot and naval hospital at Masampho harbor. It is
claimed that by this move. Russia has
acquired exclusive territorial rights,
and has put other powers out from acquiring a foothold in the finest harbor
on the coast of Korea. Masampho
harbor, according to M. Pavloff, lhe
Russian '.minister, will be headquarters
for Russia's fleet in 'eastern waters.
British diplomats claim that. Russia's occupation of Masampho harbor
Is a flat violation of an '.agreement
made 1C years ago. At that time a
British fleet occupied Port: Hamilton,
an Island of strategic importance off
the coast of Korea. . Russia protested, and the British f root was
withdrawn. It Is claimed by British
interests, under "a most explicit guarantee tha-t RUssia would not.under any
circumstances whaterer.occupy Korean
"Many things have happened In the
last six years," says the __,ondon
Times, commenting on thc situation,
"but that engagement remains as important now as it wius then���directly
important for Japan and indlrsctly
Important, .for- this country and for
other nations. It would be rash, perhaps, to say that this venturesome
move on the part of Russia is abso-
.1 uuily. inconsistent with British intor-
ests. but it certainly seems to threaten
those of Japan with a deadly blow."
Here are vast complications which
make lh�� Chinese sltun.-ion a. profound riddle. Where affairs will
bring up. no man can now determine.
I thlnl:
l: thing
It  is
Just ti line to lot you know how the
trotter is progressing in this part of
the world. First lot me give: you a few
of our best records. The record for a
mile iu New Zealand is 2:1!!, put up by
Fritz at the Canterbury Trotting
club's meeting.... As you are all well
aware, Fritz is an Australian horso.
His sire Vaueleve, and dam Fraulein,
were  imported  from  your country.
I consider Fritz under all conditions
lo be one of the greatest trotters, if
not the greatest trotter, on this earth.
!L_et me give you a few of liis best
performance:; and the conditions he-
was raced under:
When he trotted in   2:13 at Canterbury he  was  landed in Now  Zealand
about 10  days    before     the    meeting.
Besides   being  humped   about .for  six
days ou   llie  Pacific  ocean  he  had   to
undergo a very rough railway journey,
and   remember   our   horses     here   are
not so li.i lunate to have cars to travel
in like you have In your country, and
in   addition   lo   this'the   difference   of
climate would  upset  0!)  horses  out  of
every 100.     Vet. after  undergoing this
rough   trip,   a  few   days   later,   on   a
half mile track, (not turned up at the
bends),   he  stepped  si  mile in  '_!:l!!.= Ot
course, you    have scores of horses in
your country thai can go miles in 2:13
or. better on a half mile track.     But
toll me how many you have that you
could bring lo this country that could
go a mile in 2:18 on one of our colonial  half  mile    cow     paths.        I don't
doubt  but what you  have  some that
could do lhe trick under expert handling, hut I don't think you have many
that could  go the journey under  our
mode   of  training.     .Anil    I  think    if
Fritz   was  placed   under   the   care   of
Goers,  or any of your  leading horsemen, arid over oife'of your best tracks,
he would shatter all existing trotting
records.     I can fully realize    what a
big   gulf   there   is   between   2:13   and
2:03 S-4,   and   when   a  horse    is  going
round  about 2:10  seconds  are  mighty
big  things  to  knock  off.    Fritz    has
been tinv-d a half in 1:011-2, and I am
confident even with colonial skill and
over one of our best tracks  he  could
step in 2:0S.     Let me tell you that the
trotter that leaves    America for    our
shores to  take Fritz  must be one  of
the    consistent    "do-or-die,"    always-
ready race horses,  for Fritz is one of
this sort���always ready.   Itis Chicago
to ii chestnut that, you could take him
out any time, summer or winter, and
he   would    show  you    a  mile : round
about  2:1a.      He  has    been    brought
hero  lo New Zealand  in*: the dead  of
winter,  and  with  scarcely any  training,  on  a  wet grass    track,  he    was
taken out, just to amuse the    public,
and' stepped    two   heats   in  2:1-1   and
2:1 ",-j.     1 have seen him go in 2:1H on
an up-country show; ring���a track tha c
it  would  scarcely   be    sate   to    drive
goats over;  yet Fritz gets around in
safety,  and,   what   is  more,   he  never
makes.'a mistake,   lot alone a   break,
and BiickUiiul; retains his seat in  the
sulky,  which on such    a rough    track,
appears   to most   people   to  be  a  far
greater     performance     that     Fritz's.
Verily, Fritz is our champion, and he
stands alone In a class all by himself.
Now a few  words  about  the    lesser
lights.   The stallion  ..record, for New
Zealand is held by Albert Victor 2:23.
All   things considered,  this is a  good
performance.      It   w.os   put  up  on   a
half  mile,  very  uneven,, grass    track.
It wasalso put up in a handicap race,
and   from    a standing    start,   Albert
Victor being the last to take the word.
When    you    take    into    consideration
that-he had. to  stand    on    the mark,
take  the  word  when    it  v,-a_s    glvon.,
take  the  outside  of  a  dozen  xt.irtc-rs
on  a.  rough,  grass    track,   and    win
fairly easy  In 2:23,  you  will s_ty 1l Is
a   fair   so   for    anything     outside    of
(Montreal  Witness, May 30, 1!)00).
Mrs. Egerton,  an English lady, who
d'.d nursing -work in Dawson City, carried out  an original  idea    in London,
which greatly    gratified    the C. P. R.
people.     Mrs. Egerton had been much
struck  by  the scenery  along tho  line
of thc  C.  P.  Ti., as well as with   the
service  which   the company  rendered
across  the    continent  and    she  determined to lei  the folk in England know
something about both.     For this purpose   she availed    herself   of  a  fancy
bail  at .Covent Garden,   to appear   in
a costume  which  took  the lirst prize
for originality,  and   which  illustrated
Canadian scenery and the C. P. R. in
a highly striking manner.     The lady's
hat was trimmed in u manner to show
the * C.   P.   '11.   trains   in   motion;   her
cape   set   forth   Lake   Ontario,   Lake
Superior    and  thc    Rocky Mountains,
while the front ol! her dress showed a
train   rushing   at   full   speed   through
the wonderful ravines ln tho far North
V.'isl.      In   tho    lady's   hand    was  a
banner  which  contained   the coats  of
arms of  the several  provinces constl-
tul.'r.g   the   Dominion.      The  tout  en-
Keinble, as tho London press remarked
at the lime, was wonderfully striking
aad impressive and gave   til a glance
an  idea of a  country  of  which  Londoners,  previous to the Jubilee,  knew
very   little.      Mrs.   Egerton,   as   Mr.
l'.ckcr,   the C P.*it.  agent in London,
pointed out, did all this "off her own
hot,"   and    solely  with     the patriotic
viav of making Canada known.     The
lady   is  coming out  again,    probably
this summer, when she will make an
extended tour of this country. Photographs of Mrs. Egerton In her unique
cost ume are at the ��� general offices of
the  C.  P.  R.
The Bed Deer Valley Railway bill
was opposed in committee in the
Senate, and was sent to a special
International forces are reported to*
be engaged ln battle with tho Mo-
hainedan troops in China. The gravity of "the situation increases.
It would be an improvement at least
if the-'officials would just to try to
run New York for a week "the way
Parkhurst would do"���Chicago Record.
One of thc results of the present
crusade in "Dnionfcown, Pa., against
swearing is that any one heard using
profane language is fined GO cents.
And this at the very approach ol
spring housecleaning time.���Oil City
(Pa.) Bliazard.
Th'e establishment of a homo for
nice respectable old horses that have
been worn out by faithufl service is
the most respectable thing that has
! happened In New York for years.���
Kansas City Star.
The  Loudon  Chronicle  says:     "Jeremiah O't.eary. of the Knur Surrey regiment,   was   nhol  dm-in:;     ih-*   bal'Jf  of
f.'nlen.sii.   a   Mauser   bullet   p,>nctrnllrig
the  bi"H..ii.      After lylr.'.   f-����� tlv-  h-.'lrs
In ihe trenehes, 0'Ij.':u">   w.f found by
the ambulaiif'* c.n'ps  at.'!    renu'V.-il   -���>
the  hint ���  husplt.i! nt   )'ie',-i-!!iii"ltzhijr_{.
iuhe.'.*   sir   William   Mini \irmac,   by  a
! mam ell,hi., surgical    op-iiilon.  i!u:*:Rg
��� whlrh  a pi)i*tjii!i  nf the  liratii   -,\as   r,*-
inr-Ve'l.   M|i*\"e- f!<*"i   ill   j-.'ivi'i',-     1,1 i     Pl'e
d .
���������- j Ills  me
���'���" i he has lo
)    \::'lli
ry I-i Mllstuly i'mjinln:;'). and
_ hl.-t i,-i.Hti-*for he-.���r," There'.-"
fill' telliperani'V V. ul*!ceiv.!
'th'! ili-unkard fill, that 'I'M
ii- (,, p'itt a. ���Ma'.inr-r .btili'.'t
think Hi- eure
WH.17 KOMT/iXA  13  P.CIKG
More cattle a-iv   being   brought  i.in
' Montana  this year from
l.ihroush his head.     XX
I would be       pni-lii.-Mi
Uie  S-.a!
the   ran.
and  Te:
ni��-. em*.'
bnnging a
catt'.e  from
the 'north.
. of   Oregon,   New : Mexico I
than    ever   ijyfor.i    in -.the j
the   cattle   iniluxtry.      On*:: j
t!iat   Is   now   go!ng   on    Is
number of    train loads of
Oregon  to  the   ranges  of
Throe  train   lr>.'t*_s  pi:*;'e I
r.;il      OIUllS'i
a.i:d ini^lii.
j the
];<:   11
'iV   !
: u .=���/. ii
for other
lntich ha
��� miiKl. 1
through    Ilehina    3r:hf.  w*-*',
-raaccs.-'-f_.C._J,ft-_T_��_Lc-* uL.
ton, and several more- have
chased. Mr. Price bought
Another pun.ha:-*;*!- is N. E.
Northern Montana, "whose-
loads, with
on the
bec-n pur-
���J.0f/0 head.
fa.vuied  Ij
bet I.
WI--11 f<ii-
1 '.yalps,
pnrts of
��� .-i.:diH-
nn the
itry, th:-.
ey   than
iiller, iil-
two train
1,500 head of steers, were
siding in Helena a few days
Other cattle bound the. name
and now due will go to Mr>;.
For(l, of Fort Benton, who has COO
coming, nnd to Major T. A. dimming.
of  Fort    Benton,   whose   purchas.:?   iu
if*.  ni>'.
of arm
for  a
America-     The next best stallion  re-
cord is 2:24 1-2. held by Witdwood. W.
ha.ve *a good little miiri; (M. hands .2
inches) here, named -Vlckery. :���'" She is
";.. years o!d. Last spring in a two
mile race (baridicaj,)* she took.,'.-th*s
word from a standing start, and finished in--1:;0. Two days later umler
the same conditions she went the
journey in :*1:*U 1-2, Also /luring
"the same week a gliding named Monte
C'ai'16 won a two mll<_:"'harness, rac!.,'
Viniji.-r "saddle, iii:,2;2!r..; ThW liora*?: !ia;i
a mark of ���(:>",!: (two rnllos). rcgist-*.rcd
on a track that is three laps and 100
yai'o.-i to" the ivillo and not turned tip
at the bendu. Our.'best'* record for a
l'i*,.-*y. 1! Iianila.*: Is'held l.y .'ling. ft
In :!:*tn. for out/ ond: oi'K' half inllc*!). or a
trifle better than a _:"7 gait."��� .Valiant
h'r.lils th" record for two year oldx. jtti,*!
like the othfrs. was.jai! u:> !.*. r.u:..?a
which lie wm'easily In -.':���'!.". going th-..*
Ilrst i.aif In lii-'i. ..f inlglii t-U'.yo'j
fie* half mile t.'-acj; waw ��� iieri*>;��������� ;t,nd
was proved to 1��* from ihr:-*- l" live
s-ewiil:*! slow, Conaideriag i.ur kr.n::--
|e,!g(. of * handling two .'year' ohls, I
cohi4li.Ii i' this a, grioil p'e;
XVo 'hnndlf.-a'o by .kc
yfj'rdii, ��� and all, the ho
y,-on| from ;_ siar.ilinj.
only .thro.-.' in ' fiy.tr". ye,.'
horses that could mo In
ni i*!.'. l.ui t. no*.1; wc
f  urn   oertii.Iii
.'year' ohls,
onds, not lVj
-��o.*t ''. tako tii*.
:*!:i.:*i:. It j:
r:i a*.';', what
2:*!0 wcrR vor.
have plenty that ar,
ng round a.bou 12:25. arii
that  In  the  cours*:: ot i.
ii- til
nl     r.iy:'.<-'.y.     anrl     rrKi:.o     tho
e,!I'  the  einloeiTi.      Th'_   'ncnvei' _
��r.'!i'ly.  and   the   Canadian  coat ;*
I<io1:h li!'-" ii toy h:indk.-!i-eh:ef /,    Tht
rood   boy.     The    Miiplft    l/:af 'done
*.:> wo will hit'
l _!:'_!'.. . The .
r*i!r footing
* '..t.imil��� lo it"
iu\v  Jicalfind,
II,   l_>ffb.
Profi.-SKor Dean <!. Wfireesli'i', who
linn jtisil resigned ii!:; chair in lie
lini'.-eivily nf IMichh*-.'1 n. h:i*' li.'ifl an
ofl'ei' of a salary of ?ir,,0i)0 a year as
I inn linger of certain minim, interests In
the t'liillppln,: Island*, and when his
fiutlcH us eiiinmlsslonor arc fulfilled he
may accept the'offer. HIh salary al
the  University of Michigan  wan SI,GOO.
fa I'i.-*, exposition se, iris to iinve
more 11, avert war li;,h'.","i. Ihe
great powers Ihn.n hau lhe fiagtie
confRi't.-iice,���Houston   Post.
The Toronto Dully Mall a.nd Empire
publishes; tin; report, that Uiis.--,ell A.
Alger, ex'-fiocrclury of war, is about'
to uiiilii! Ottawa hhj permanent homo.
He hns ninny bu .ii>e;*,*. Interests in
Cami.'l:i, alirl Is president nl' Ihe Latir-
cntides Pulp Manufacturing eoinpany,
of Three .Rivers, of which his son is
general  manager.
Is the leading newspaper ef
the groat mining districts of
West Kootenay. It glvos all
the latest mining, telograp-
liic and local news, written up
in authentic, reliable and read
able articles from unquestionable information. It enjoya
a largo circulation and is cob-
aeqaently unequalled aa aa
advertising medium ln tlu
field In which it Is published.
'.WCORPOWlfSD !G7*ft
This is the year before marriage.
He is making hor a call. He is at
tho front door ringing for her., He
has been thinking ��� all day of her.
These aro his boots, newly blacked,
collar spotless, his form ditto outside,
his gloves drawn on for the first Ume,
his hair newly parted and oiled, hi��
face newly shaven; his heart palpitates for her; his nerves are "nervous
for her; he fears sfiii _riSy"'*be out, or
that her parents may object, or,
worse than lhat, some other fellow
may be there with her. The door
opens. She is there and alone. He
is happy.
This is the year after marriage. He
ia ringing at Iho door. His face is
unshaven, his collar much worn, hia
boots unblacked, his hair unbrushed.
Ho rings again in exactly 10 seconds.
He gives the boll a shorl, petulant
pull. He is thinking of hor. He is
grumbling that she doesn't answer it
sooner. He has not all day been
thinking of her. He has gone further,
maybe, and fared worse. Now she
opens it. He pushes past her anil
remarks: "Takes you for ever to
answer  that bell."
His unbrushed boots sound sullen
an, he ascends the stairs. She follows
meekly after. :*:*'..*. He dashes into the
room and around the house*, find sings
out: "Isn't dinner ready yet?" She
bids him to be patienL for a minute.
But he won't. Because dinner isn't
ready with one minute sifter he gets
homo. Because this, is the one year
after marriage.: Beca.use the bloom is
off the rye, the down rubbed oft the
peach, and various other considerations. Because it's the way of thc
world, of man, of matrimony. O
.Temporal O "Mores'. O Matrimony!���
London  Tit Bits.
Subscription $2.00 Per HnnUm
$1,25 For Six Months,
Strietlu in Mum.
were drowned'in Lake Bennett about
It  is reported   that    seven    persona
ihe first of the- month.
It takes a foremost place in
the race for prominence and
popularity with business
houses and as a consequence
does more business with
those requring printed stationery and office supplies than
any* other printing   establish
ment in Eastern British Columbia. The class of tvork
turned out has been pronounced equal to any thing of tbe
kind executed in the large
cities by much larger print-
Job Printing Department
Is equipped with the latest
faces in type designs : and all
work entrusted to The Herald
la handled by exprienced
workmen who thoroughly understand the proper use of the
material at their disposal.
The Herald does not claim to
be the only printing house ia
the district but lt does data
to be
Thoroughly Up-To-Date In
Every PartioUlar
The '84 Special brand is
undoubtedly the best Cana'
dian Rye Whiskey 'manufacv
tured. No house should be
without it, and a trial will
convince you that it is just
what we claim it to be���the
Always in stock at
Hudson's Bay Stores,
And ln a position to give as
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space in its publication or
for job printing, as can .be
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OrloJNO. J. Y0U��G KEllfiL     BLOCK   CALGARY ���������4'  9j  ���������Bft*c^T*J*-'*-^i^*-P*^^  f Ci.  Vi  London, Juno 13.���������The war odlce  posts tho following from General  miller: "Headciuarlers in. Natal, Juno  11.���������Wo forced Almond Nek today, lt  is the last defile to Chai-leslon Flats.  The enemy were in considerable force  -/nth several guns in position. The  brunt of the flshtlns ra" ul1011 tI*p  Second Dorsets, who, carried the position at the point of the bayonet, and  tin* third cavalry brigade wero also  heavily attacked on our light front-in  the very broken country around  Trotin's muuniain. 1 hope our casualties aro less than 100. which considering Ihe extreme length of Lhe  position is much less than J expected.  The whole attack was directed by  General Hildyard, whose dispositions  wero extremely good. Tho artillery.  Tenth brigade and Third cavalry did  most ot   the work."  London, Juno 13.���������The following despatch has been received at the war  ollice from General Walker, In command of the lines of communication  in South Africa: "Cape Town, June  12.���������The following " is from General  Kelly Kenny: "Xo communication  from Lord Methuen since June 7lh.  He was fighting on Juno Gth to the  north of Vetch Kop. Steyn is near  Koitz. The British prisoners sent to  Verde are well treated.' "  ' The war oflice has also received the  following despatch from General Kelly  Kenny: "Our troops from the north  ju-e at Honlns's Spruit,where the iioers  cut the British lines of communication, having defeated the enemy.  Thoy will reach America Siding to-  monow at S a.m. General Knox moves  <,>ut' from Kronstadt to intercept the  "enemy.    Puller particulars later."  London. June 13.���������The war office has  issued the following despatch from  fi uncial Buller. to the secretary ot  war: "Joubert's Farm, June 12.���������We  encamped four' miles east of Volksrut.  Laing's Nek and Majuba were completely evacuated by the Boers last  night. General Clery from Ingogo is  now coming over the Nek. I have  had tc camp here for want of water.  A correct list of yesterday's casualties will be sent as soon as received."  A comparison of General Kelly  Kenny's despatch with the maps available sbow apparently that the  British line of communications cut by  the Boers has been restored by tho  movement of troops from the north  toward Honing's Spruit to reach which  place they would have to pass through  Jttoodeval if they followed the railroad.  The. fact that General Kelly Kenny  mays General Knox will move out from  Kronstadt to Intercept the enemy  would seem to demonstrate that they  ��������� ���������.re retreating before the northern  British force a-nd that troops from  Kronstadt, south.' of Honing's Spruit,'  ���������have been ee::t -to intercept them if  . ->oss!ble. ,  London, June 3.3���������Two pleceo of news  ���������encouraging   to   the     British Un   the  official despatches are that the broken  communications  of  Lord  Roberts are  in  a fair  way  to  be  mended  by  the  rorces moving northwards and southards and driving  off the roving command, and that S.r Kedvers Suller Is  at  last  master   of  Laing's  Nek.   Tho  telegraphic .communication -with  Lord  lloberts was to be restored .today as  a despatch, fipoin   Bloemfontein. yesterday said that the railway' is in British  possession  and  that  the  work of  repairing the line is going on rapidly  with  the  abundant    material    In  the  irarehouses --at    Bloemfontein.      From  the subjoined telegram    lt wow'/l ap-  "pear that General Hunter -waa ln command   of   the   troops   referred   to   by  ~ "_Crenaral*~Kelly_i'n:;"his";"despat"ch-*-fn*m-  Bloemfontein:        "Bloemfontein,   June  11>.���������General   Hunter     is    coming    up  rapidly from  the  north  wo-at,  having  severely defeated a large command of  Boers who had destroyed two miles of  railroad   north   of Kronstadt."  The war office casualty returns up  to June !��������� aggregate 23.664, besides 732  ofllcers and 12,355 men sent home as  Invalids, but not Including the sick in  South. African hospitals.  London,   June   13.���������A   plet-.Llful   crop  of   Boer   reports   have   been   littering  through Lorenzo Marques.    According  to  these  General   De  Wet   with  13,000  burghers   is   marching   on    .Johannesburg.   The doers nave rctaTCeii' Bloemfontein,   where      President      Steyn  Is  again   occupying   the   presidency.   The  British   have   sustained   a severe   defeat  at  KTandsfonteln,   and havo  also  lost  750   killed   and    wounded  and   130  prisoners    in  a    fight    at    Vrederort.  Nothing  from  any source  lends  color  lo these stories, with the exception of  .the last which  is -probably the    Boer  ���������version of  the  disaster  to  the militia  battalion   of  the  Derbyshire  regiment  at Eoodeval.      In regard to President  Steyn   being  at   Bloemfontein,   a despatch from Maseru, Basutoland, dated  Monday,    June    11,    says      President  ���������    Steyn  was    then at    Vrede,  200 miles  from    Bloemfontein.      General    Buller  seems  to   be making  substantial  progress   and   ought   to   soon   possess   the  railroad at Charlcstown in  the southern  extremity   of  Natal," -whence  presumably he will   advance    on llcidel-  liui-g and effect  a junction   with   Lord  Roberts.  Ottawa, June 13.���������Two cabins have  been received al the government  House from Sir Alfred Mllner, in  whicli the following Information 13  contained: Lance Corporal Af. Vnn-  nerman, of the First Canadian contingent, died of enteric fever In hospital nt Bloemfontein on Friday last.  He was a member of the Hoyal Canadian regiment before Joining tho  force for South Africa.  London. Juno 13.���������The last message  out of Pekin to reach London left  there yesterday morning at 1.1 o'clock,  journeying by way of the Russian  telegraph through Manchuria, the  Tien Tsing lines being cut. It is as  follows: "General Tung, a Mahomo-  dan, and extremely hostile to foreigner.*-!, arrived this morning and had a  long audience with Prince Tuang,  1'iuhcr of Lo Boir, who is seemingly  friendly Lo tho Boxers. Prince Tuang  has been appointed chief of the foreign  oflice over Prince Ching, who is more  friendly toward foreigners. The despatch of moro marines was in response  to a telegram from thc minister to the  consul at Tien Tsin for additional  troops. Conveyances have left PeKln  Lo meet the troops coming by the first  train. All the telegrams indicate that  the situation lias not in the least Improved. On the contrary, the disorder has spread, from the neighborhood ot rekin to the capital iiijelf,  which Is growing turbulent in unll-  foi-elgn demonstrations. In addition  iu the burning 'of tho Pekin club, tho  secretary ur thu Belgian legation has  been roughly treated in the street.  Hostile crowds continue to demonstrate against the legations. Two  thousand international troops are approaching the city and tho advance  guard is due to arrive today."  The United stales, according to a  despatch from Copenhagen, has given  a hearty adhesion to the scheme for a  European  demonstration.  T.ie Russian minister in Pekin. who  also acts as he envoy ot Denmark, is  credited with having 'sent a despatch  to the Danish foreign office to 11:a  effect that a demonstration has been  planned under the leadership of England and Russia; in which all the  great powers and -several of the small  ones will take part. The latter are  not called upon to send troops, as  there are enough on the spot, but they  arc to be asked to delegate the right  to hoist the flag of thc great powers  in order that a demonstration may be  made or a battle fought under the  flags of all Europe. Japan and the  United States have been informed and  agree to the arrangements.  London,   June    13.���������Sixteen     British  marines reconnoitering in advance of  the international column marching to  Pekln, fought and chased 2,000 Boxers  on Monday, killing 20 or 30.      A correspondent accompanying the   column  In  a despatch dated  Tien  Tsie,  June  12,  via     Shanghai,    June      13,    says:  "While  the working    parties    accompanied by a patrol of 16 British marines,   commanded   by   Major   Johnson,  were repairing    the line    on Monday  afternoon they encountered small parties of Boxers who    were    destroying  the line. The Boxers moved away from  the  advanoed "marines    and dispersed  into  the    country,   leaving    the    rails  moved and the sleepers burning. ,The  marines,  when  two miles  in  advance  of the first train near Lang Fang, suddenly  perceived  BoKers  coming  from  a  village   on  their fleft.      It  was estimated they numbered 2,000.- some of  t*-em -being   mounted   and' they  were  toying  to  get  between    the  and  tie train.     "Most of  then-  armed  with   spenrs   and   swords.      A  few  had fire arms, which  they hand-  ted awkwardly.     The marines retreated tet-eplng up arunning fight for over  a mile and kifllng between 20 and 30.  The  Boxers   pursued   the   British   for  some  distance.      Then    seeing    more  marines from the    train    coming   to  their assistance. Major Johnson, leader  of the 16, halted and poured a, heavy  continuous.fire into the crowd driving  them across the front of the reinforcing   blue   jackets,   who   punished   the  Boxers severely.     The Boxers fled and  the Europeans following up their success   cleared   out   two  villages.      The  total loss of the Boxers is estimated at  marines  were  X special cable announces the death  ���������from enteric f.vcr at ir-.-oi-jitadt on  Monday of Trooper Mullins, of the  First Canadian Mounted rifles. He  enlisted at Edmonton, N. XV. T.  London, Juno II.���������Lord Roberts' line  of communications has been practically restored by a complete victory  gained by Generals Methuen and Kitchener over General De *>\'c*L yesterday. The Boer camp was captured  and the burghers it is added were  scattered   in all  directions'.  Lord Roberts has fought a battle  with General Botha, at the ond ot  which the British gained considerable  ground and the Boers were beaten.  All is (iiiiei at Pretoria and Johannesburg.    .  London. June 15.���������The war oflice ha:,  made public, a despatch from General  Buller, accepting the congratulation**!  of the secretary of state for war, Lord  Lansdo'.vne, in which lie says: "The  l.)oisets, who have been unlucky, had  a chance at Almond's Xek and show,  ed themselves to bo as good as any  others. About 130 yards nt each, end  of Laing's Nek the ends of the tunnul  are blown in and It will require several days to move the debris. The  line,'otherwise, is uninjured and open  to the reversing stations and also to  Sandsprult.  London, June lo.���������That Commandant  Louis Botha should have been able to  stand for two days aga'nst Lord  Roberts, and then to retreat without  losing any guns, or having any of hi**)  men captured, is taken to mean that  ho has a force which the British must  still regard as formidable when acting  defensively. The pacification of thc  whole Transvaal, especially the wide  spaces from the railways, Is looked  upon as a business requiring months  rather      than      weeks. Meanwhile  everything goes well with the British.  A Boer bulletin issued at Machadorp,  dated June 12, says: "Both wings of  the Federal forces touched the advancing enemy at 10 o'clock yesterday  east of Pretoria. Fighting continued  until dark.. The enemy though in  overwhelming numbers were cheeked  along a line of 30 miles and the burghers succeeded in driving back their  right wing five miles. Two burghers  were killed and 10 wounded."  Another Machadorp announcement  is that the first regiment of General  L'uller'is <.orce to attack Almond's Nek  was annihilated, but as the British  were in overwhelming force, the burghers were compelled to abandon thc  Nek.  - A despatch from Lorenzo Marques,  dated yesterday says: "President  Kruger is holding on to his gold and  is issuing paper notes from a press in  his executive car. The Boer government coin stock is exhausted and  tie officials aro now paying out of  .r's-in gold discs unstamped. Some  who have declined to accept notes  have taken their --salaries in gold bars.  The Boer government is still paying  out much gold in that way.".  General Rundell had a sharp sklr-  p-.ish at Ficksburg on June 12. Th?.  Peers had been aggressive along the  whole Ficksbur- Senekal line and  menaced F-icksburg in force. The  Bi'lish outposts retired to the village.  General Rundle held the attention of  tha Boers in front with two guns,  while th.j'yeomanry were sent round to  th-3:'.'- rear to drive them off, which  thfX did, with a loss to the British of  three wounded. Two patrols were also  wounded.  President Steyn is at Sitkop. His  presence ifhiere is supposed to account  for  the Boers activity.  ROYAL' CANADIAN REGIMENT  Took  Part   in the    Triumphal     Entry  Into the Transvaal  Capital.  Montreal, June 1-1.���������The following Is  a special cable from Richmond Smith,  the correspondent of tlie Star, with the  First Canadian contingent "Pretoria.  June 5, by courier to Kronstadt, June  13.���������I was present whon General lloberts' troops made the triumphal entry  inlo Pretoria on Tuesday, June ... It  fell to tlio lot of Iho Canadian regiment to be included iu the march past  the Field Marshal and liis staff, who  were stationed in lhe square in front  of the parliament buildings in Pretoria. In tho operation leading up m  the capture of Pretoria, General Hutton with the mounted Canadians  marched on the ���������extreme left of the  British forces from Johannesburg to  Pretoria. When the British forces  came In touch with the Boer lire*  from tin- city and from the two forts  of Pretoria nu .Monday General Hamilton's advance* wns being made over  tho hills of the city. As he advanced  the Gordons and Cornwalls held these  hills under heavy rifle fire. The duty  assigned to the Canadians was now to  guard the baggage left on tho.ie hills  by the troops above named. From  their position the Canadians on tho  hills hud a line view of the West Australian mourned infantry, Australian  lancers, and Saxe's mounted infantry  as they charged down behind the  ridges lined with Boer defendcis who  fled precipitately. This charge" was  one of the few spectacular sights of  the war. It was followed shortly  afterwards by the advance of Watson's Australians upon the city, a demand for surrender, and by G o'clock  on Monday night the Landrose of the  city brought the keys to Field Marshal Lord Roberts as a formal token  ot the surrender. Then preparations  were at once made for the entry of tho  army on the following day, when at  fi o'clock Lord Roberts took up "TiTs  position in front of the parliament  buildings and viewed the Britishers  .as they proudly marched past."   ci   CHINESE   TROUBLES  F  Jiea.1 Oflice, Toronto.  Capital   Authorized,    -    $2,500,000.00  Capital  Paid  Up,      - $2,391,863.00  Rest, - - $1,554,710.00  to  DIRECTORS:  I-I.   S.   Howlautl,   President  T.Il.Merritt.Vice-Prea,   St.   Catherines  William  Ramsay,   Itobert .1 affray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   SuUiorland,   Stayuer  Elias Rodgers  D. R. 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HEARN,  Manager Revelstoke Branch.  mmmmnmnrmmmmmmmmtmmrmmmm  I    THE MOLSONS BANK  fc iNCOTtPORATKD   BY  ACT  OF  PatU.IA.MENT, 1S55.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  Authorized Capital  Paid up Capital i  Rose Fund  $2,500,000  2.170,000  -     1.S50.000  DIKKCTOUP:   Vsi. Mor__.ii>.  MacmiersON*. I'rciictont;  p.  H. Kwixo, Vice-Presidents ���������  Vi'. M. Ra.ms.vy, Samuel, >'ixlky, Hk.vkv Archiiia-M., J. v. Clegiioux,  11. .Mai.kland Molson.  Ja.mi.3 Em.iut. General M*in.*m-'r.  ���������/-i-- rates.  A general banking bii*>int-ss transacted.     Inter? m. ,-._!ov.eil at current ^l  J. ii. -MOLSON, __*  jjjg*; m..m_igi.ii, Revels-kike, n.C,    ^������  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  DOMINION*   PARLIAMENT  Ottawa, June 13.���������In the house or  commons yesterday the emergency  rations matter -was again brought up  Chinese    Entrenching    at    Pekin  Resist the International Column.  Londo.n, June 14.���������The Chinese are  entrenching outside Pekin to oppose  the advance o��������� the international  column.  A despatch from Tien Tsin, dated  June 12, says: "I learn three Chinese  guna are trained on the American  mission and the British legation. Two  thousand Russian cavalry and infantry -with artillery havo landed at  Taku."  A Shanghai correspondent reports  that the American minister, Mr. Congo,  by courier, asks for 2,000 United States  troops. He says: "The question of  provisioning the relief force is already  difficult and 't is predicted that the  situation at Shanghai will become  acute."  London, June 15.���������The Times publishes Uie following despatch from  Tien Tsin via Shanghai, dated June  14: "A serious "engagement has occurred between the International  column and the Mohamedan. troops  under General Tung Fun Sing, near  Pekin."  Eyron Brennan. the British consul  from Shanghai, now in London, says  the      Mohammedan troops      have  machine guns and repating rifles.  Observers at Shanghai and Tien'  Tsin believe that a great deal more  trouble is ahead of the concerted  powers than merely reaching Pekin  with 2,500 men. Serious disturbances  are taking place at Tun Nan Fu an-.l  Meng Tae, as well as other points a  considerable distance from the capital.  The -whole  Chinese    empire  seems  to  The Revelstoke  Herald is*-mi weekly]  Has more readers in North  Koetenay 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 more spicy and up-to-  date; its influence is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; its sub  scription.rate Is only J2.00 pel  annum; it covers the field. Try  lt and be with the crowd.  "���������jVrtte to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  RevelBtoke. B. C.  P. 5URNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  Table furuishe-d with the choicest  the market, affords. Best   Wines  Liquors and Ulnars. - Large, lieht  bedrooms. Rates ' SI     ji    day.  Monthly rate. *  JO killed and wounded. Some of their  wounded were attended by *Brltish  ���������surgeons. The British loss was  nothing. Unless their loss causes tho  Boxers to lose heart the international  column will'have much trouble before  it reaches Pekln. The railway is so  much damaged that the column only  covoied 34 miles Sunday and Monday,  and there is reason to fear that tho  road beyond is more badly damaged.  I Evidences of General Nies' operations  were found in the headless bodies. The  whole country presented a desolate  looking aspect, entire villages having  been deserted. The expedition numbers 2,011. made up as follows: British 015, German 250, Russian 300.  French 12S, American 101. Japaneh"  52,  Italian 40,  and Austrian 25."  London. Juno 11.���������The despatch from  Lord Roberts clearing up the situation at Pretoria and along the -communications stands alone. Military  observers note that no mention is  made of prisoners and assume that  General Dewet got away ,with his  forces practically intact.  General Buller entered Volksrust on  Wednesday, passed through Charleston and encamped near Laing's Xek.  The tunnel was not much damaged.  Both ends were blown . up, but th--*  engineer thinks that thu repairs can  bo effected in aliout four days. The  advance troops of General Buller saw  the Boer rear guard about four mil-.'s  distant yesterday. It was estimated  that S.000 Boers were withdrawn. Tli3  town people of Krrnelo counted 1">  guns. General Buller's eas-u.-Kios on  June 10 have been issued hy tho war  ollice.1' Thry woro tl'i killed. 12C  wounded  and  two  missing.  A despatch rroni Lisbon say*: "The  Portuguese government again :uv fearing tliaL lhu Boers will aim r l.ela-  goa Bay territory when fon.-i-d to retreat from Lydenburg. The Portuguese havu only 1,303 troops in Host  African and would be powerless to  prevent an invasion.-'  RATE $1 00 PER DAY  The  C olumbia  House.  Good accommodation,  . --veil  liquors and cigars.  A    good I'-iT  supplied   with choice wi,������-  Free Bus Meats All T rai&  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors  by opposition members, and the minister of militia replied to Messrs. Monk  and Clarke Wallace. Mr. Davin on  the motion to go into committee  brought up an amendment dealing  with a license to cut timber in Manitoba given to Mr. Theo. A. Burrows.  The amendment brought out considerable history of some government details and was finally lost 72 to 35. The  house made fair progress in committee of supply .adjourning at 12:45.  The western editors were visitors in  the gallery       during       thc     day,  and were    warmly    received    by    Sir  "tt'ilfrld Laurier.  Ottawa, June 11.���������In tlio house of  commons yesterday Colonel Prior  asked If the government had taken any  action In the British Columbia political situation and the premier replied that he had not done so, pending  official Information. The poll tax on  Chinese will probably be increased.  Tho house occupied the remainder of  its time in comm'.ttee on the election  act.  o   Wif. CHRIST 113 DEAD  be in a ferment A Shanghai despatch  dated yesterday 'says: "A Chines  steamer laden with arms and ammunition cleared from 'Shanghai* today  bound for Tien Tsin. Tho intentions  of the Empress Dowager are still  equivocal.   o   JOE   MARTIN   RESIGNS  WHITE     GWI3_.__.rM   &   SCOTT  Victnriii, 1'- C, June Jl:".���������Last, evening the premier, Hon. Joseph Martin,  tendered his resignation to the Lieutenant Governor, and recommended as  his successor James Dunsmuir, 3M. P.  P.. for South Nanaimo. Mr. Dunsmuir accepted the task of forming a  government and will be sworn in  today at 3 p.m. Tlio choice i.s considered a gopil one by local politicians  and a strong government will subsequently be formed.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public,  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  .  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J.  M.  Scott, B.A.,  Q. C. L. L. B.  .  T*\ L. Gwillim.  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  Fa ad    and Sale Stable of tbe Lax-dean and Trout Lake  Saddle_^and____Pack__i__<������r84;  iiiways for hire.  KreichUiiK   ai-.d   Tc:*nninp  bpirciaUv.  Dailv Stage lenves Thomson's  Landing e-rery morning at 7  o'clock  for Trout Lake (Jitv.    For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN. Thomson's L-bmiNO  MASVEY &: aTcCJARTEE.  SPA RKLKTS  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:      Molsons  Bank Block.  First Street, Rovelstoko Station, 11. C.  "O iHiT*������ r-.-T.i <T\    '.V ,**���������> ~-'.'pfXiLT  J__r*i__JJ_* !���������:������������������!������ .L    i__J-i.--.--uk-;\jix  <T. \V. Cref-H,  OIHco:   Taylor   IJIock, Miick-nxic  Ri-wlBtukii.  .itirgioii l������ II"'1' I'.H  IK'ii.tli ollK'i.r, I'lty in UcvmiHii, c.  Toronto, June Iii.���������Wre. Christie, the  well known biscuit manufacturer, died  yesterday morning at his residence in  Queen's Park, after many months  ]iopelt;ss illness.  :*iHS.  GLADSTONE DEAD  London. June ID.���������Mrr. Gladstone,  widow of tha late Right Hon. V,'. !__.  Gladstone, lhe great statesman, died  at  .1:10  p.m., yesterday.  Tut;.- SloGovern knocked out Tommy  While in three rounds at New York.  ������������������Screened water" is the latest in  C'liieage. St. Louis Is to have thi.'  scrt-'eningF.���������St.  Louis Star.  Kmiioria is a good prohibition town,  but a man can make a living by  picking up empty bottles In thc al-  leyp.-Kraporia (Kansas)  Gazette.  The Presbyterian general assembly  opened at Halifax.  Tho steamer Flora lias broken all  records  to  Dawson  City.  Premier Schrcliicr. or Capo Colony,  tenders his resignation and Sir Alfred  Mllner accepts  it.  The fl year old son oC Mr. Henry  Lawson, of Dominion Cily, was  drowned in the Roseau rlvor.,  The Canadian Gazette denounces  those who make Canada appear In  England as "a povu'ty stricken land.  The resignations of I_.eu tenant  Governor Mclnnes and Mr. Joseph  Martin are expecte. to be handed in  at any moment.  A despatch has been received at  London from Colonel Wilcoelts, describing the position of affairs at the  Gold Coast.  Hereafter European goods coming  from the United Stales will be valued  by thu customs department as though  imported  from thc  United  States.  President Mellen. of the Northern  Pacific, denies emphatically that  Premier Macdonald has offered to buy  the company's Manitoba lines.  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching services at 11 a. in.  and 7:110 p.m. Chit's meeting at tho  close of the morning service. Sabbath school and Bililo class at 2:30.  Weekly prayer mooting every Wednesday evening at 7:G0. The public  nre cordially invited. Seats free.  REV.S..T.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  Wood Dealer  and Drays'nan,  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready oa ohorteai  nnllno.       r-nnt r������ei������   tnr   lM������h!n������r   'nVori  CANADIAN  8������  ,"*������������������>  t > _.* r  lL/-f) ���������>.  v;J"_Civ -v  b -3 r_.������ ������ * j ..w  i i  PAGiFIG  Imperial  JJlacksinitliini',   .Jobbing,  Plumbing.   Pipe .fitting,  Tinsinithiiig   :d)ico;;  SL. Peter's Church   (Anglican)  Eight a.m., Holy Eucharist; 11  a.m., matins, litany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, lira! Sunday .In the month);  2:1.0 Sunday school, or chiidrens'  tervico; 7: GO evensong (cHor&l) and  sermon. Holy-    Days���������The     Uoly  Kucliarist Is celebrated at 7 cm. or S  a.m., as announced. Holy Baptism  after  Sunday school  at 3: IB.  E. C. Paset. D.D., Pastor.  pf.WiUVTKilJ.W   CHUJl-.TC���������K'.*ti.*'. -n\:  tforW*'*-*'  f-i-r. Kiiin.''*���������   ���������*.* 11 n >���������    ..-:''}���������.  ���������   ir,   '������-..'...   _>.i*ji..   w.   -..--v.-  JVny.M'   i- ���������"el-*.-**'!*: t.x *��������� v r.  T. T, MKNZIEU, ���������-*..���������....���������.-.  a.m.     Biii'o  C: '*  ��������� '!   ������rp   v.r**i-.-r,!!!0.  ���������������������������-my .Vo'loevW!.  ici:  OMAN*     C \T'ff01.10    OHTJROII���������lievil*  .-.'���������Ki*       M^.-t   !!*-_t a*-***" *.!.ir.l *^uritt*'.'. r. ^ri  ii-i  ������������������! ,i!::i'i ,*,   ���������  iilCV. :-*.���������_"Ill_���������__*' THAVKH.  Work,  paired.  _v];ie(iini-*ry  1 ron  i.e-  r*.i_n_i_g     w or;  ���������t.S*_tf_-_^ _v ���������  v... ������������������ ���������  r ������._* _____.-_- ���������-��������� -  -sialt-v  Limited  5 s  TJ__!fie_-t.'--l������i'n_v: .-ret Zmfci*Uz_i_EK  Q A LV ATION* AUK y-Mcci inj;  O   in their hall on Front fttrost  vory  <>*..-;b: I  R. Howson & Ce���������  ���������BACKII.VZIK   AVK.  i?ct*il P������Ji!<>r*������iii Kor.iitu'e.  Service far tsseyuar l.fOO will  lie com3__e7.ce������t .7 _T__"i_ JOfh  The ���������"���������Hscipcrinl -Limited"  tRke;i .vo7j across tho Continent in fimr <.������y:_ iri-ih-  -oiii c!5Hi_������e. it i;j ������ HC-lid  vcKtibalcd. irstin, lt_x*u*_*i-  ojixtj- equipite.t -iviln every  iKSKnitlc CMS.;:sti-_i! for the  com Tort rzi;J cvmYenienc-e  of p.-isxej:������*���������<���������_������������������'������������������ Ask yonr  friciidH who h.jve trn-vel-  leil on it, or address  E. J. C0YL7.  A.G.P.-V.  Varcouvsr. B.C.  7.W. nHADSilAW  A..-.',-.:.    .  Eerclstoke  1 just r.TCivo'i n lnr_*o  Minnlv nf HmnirtiM l'i'iis. niiirfliiR  In p'rt'ec from ?1 ������> $���������"' each, '-''"-v**-'  puns nre nil guaranteed and|Gf Ihu  very hot makes.'  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  KKVEI.8TOKE  i. ********** ****** ******* fr  Jf- tJfaf-  */ drivers*  TRUDGEON.  . ..r/FXTKlOA I. SUPP1.1 liS,  . .GAUL, BELLS,  ..ANNUNCIATORS,  ..BATTERIES.  ..MKDK'.AL BATTERIES,  Etc.  .COWAN BLOCK.  BORN  Macimikhhu-V���������On  nnd Mr-. 3 us  (liiiitthier.  li.lh   inst.   t"  Macplierson  Mr.  MARRIED.  l"(il.KY-.Mrrcui-i,i.���������At Uiu resilience  cf Mrs. A. L. Stewart, sister (if llie  Initio, (in Monday, .lnn'ij lSlli, by the  Kfv.'S.* .1. Thiimpsnn, Mr. Sliei".vncitl  'Pole v. O.IM-S. ati.'iit. at Field. 11. (:..  to  Miss   Mary   -Mitchell of   lllecille-  W.'lft.  Local and  General  News  D,  Hihtmld   left fur Victoria,  are business on Sunday.  Jehnson. of the J-IKit.M.n, left  for  tverley  town   on  ���������ft on  stay   'at  A,  g.������-y  .nrdeau.  Kevelstoke     on  in   a  it  llie  .1.  pri\  A  _  Vancouver on Sunday's No. 1.  Capt. John Grunt nf the   \\  and   T.   liraliaine   were   in  Saturday.  J. D. Molson nnd Mrs. Molson 1  Saturday     for    a     week':  SicHiiimi.**-*.   -.  * :J**".;__i. Kjiiinan launclied a handsome  liJiptha'steiiiii liiimcli nn Trout Lake  cm Saturday.  Reuieinher the Lawn Social on the  frroniuls nf the Methodist Parsonage  Tuealay 2Cth inst.  Jas. Armstrong agent at Glacier and  P. Johnson, watchman on the snow  s-heds. were in town on Saturday.  Recent reports from Ferguson fully  confirm tiie lirst news of the l>i������_j strike  in the south drift on the. Nettie L.  3, M. Robinson, vi Peaehlnnd,   who  lias extensive interes-ls in the 1  registered     at*     the  Saturday.  Macdonald ���������������������������'returned   from   Gal  on Saiiuday after  taking  very   enjoyable   week's   spurt  races there,  Mrs. Pease and her little girl left,  town to return to their liuine at  Caesar's Landing near Kelowna. on  Sunday's train.  John Palmer, one. of the delegates  from this point to the Grand Lodge of  the 1.0.0.F. held last week in Victoria,  returned on Saturday.  Trouble witli bridges at Penny's  and Cherry creek was the cause of tin-  irregularity in U. P. R. train service  on Saturday aud Sunday.  A cricket match  (Married v. Single)  will be played on the gun club grounds  Saturday   afternoon    next,    com-  at three o'clock sharp,  Trout Lake City is   going to spread  itself or. the 1st.      Boating,  hursu mean il     ports   will constitute   the  raimiie and a football   mutch if it  it-ranged.  A second  baseball   match   between  teams composed of ladies  and  gentlemen will be. played  near the  rink  T'mnsd-iy evening.     Some really  play is expected.  R. Tapping had new   potatoes,   fine  large ones too.  veady  the end of lust week,  at tlie Herald oflice.  expert pronounced A  Princess    Arihert,  to  has  TAYI.OIMH.OCl-C.  on  ineneinj;  ing  .pros,  can be.  on  'me  for  the table, at  He left.a sample  which our  Irish  . 1.  a   daughter   of  Princess .Christian, and granddaughter  ���������: I*. i.rl.  touring  through  nd  <>f the Queen, who is  - C Hindu, left Ottawa  on  Monday  will     pass    through   Revelsloke  Thnr.-day next.  A. H. Holdich and J. M,   Kellie  turned   on   Friday   from   a   trip  inspection to   a claim  o.vned by the latter  root'  on Bear   Greek  but the snow was  ock:  if  inattrtissii-.i:  nf   (Join lav'*-  lo  _st i LI _______ _d eep_for.thein to.do any thing,  when they got there. ""  R. S. Truenian *& Co. are exhibiting  group.- of the Revelstoke foothill  ���������team, the winning team in the Tug of  ��������� AV.-ir and the caste of "The _D_.__.coii *'  as a 111 active souvenirs of the celebration of the Queen's birthday.  ������������������LOST���������On Saturday evening, he-  t.veen the Statior. and Fourth "street.  Mackenzie Ave., a cloth jacket. A  pin with a gold printer's .-tick was in  the jacket. Finder will gieatlv oblige  by returning same to the ilRKALl.  oil ice.  -If you want  the  late.-t  and  best, in  suitings, call   and   inspect our .-t  it costs noihim. to look  at  it.  and  you are thinking of getting anytliii  in our line, we' mv satisfied we  r:1  ���������ple.-i.-e you.   .1. 13.   Cre.-.-iuan.  the Ait  Tailor *  Tin-   river   rose   IS   inches  belwe-.n  Snunday night and Monday  moi !,iii_-  'j In- water got liehinil the  at the point of juncture of  Goin!  and Smith"-, work  owing   proliabl;.  some   of  the    tiiiihei-s breaking.    The  damage done is not sei ion.-.  Court. Ml. iJf.jbif. I. O. F. paraded  to the I'i i*sliyl I'lian Chilieb last  Sunday evening anil there was a very  gnoil aiteiid.-inii* of memlieis. The  sermon wns preached hv Rev. Mr.  Stewart of Kaniloops. who filled the  pulpit ou the occasion very acceptably,  Hon. T. _!.' Daly went; thronglvlo  Victoiia on Friday to look after the  i iterest ofthe B. A. G. ill a suit involv-  ini: bilf :i. million of dollars, which has  arisen out oftiie stle of the Le Roi lo  <^_Ilii[-. _Miii-kiiitti_.li. .Mr. .Mackiuttoh and  Edwin Ihir.u.l. wlioare witnesses in  tbe case, went through on Salnaday.  The 11 Kit a l.n beg.s to acknowledge  with thanks the receipt of an h.-  ".-itat.ion from the citizens of Seattle to  be present at the celebration of .Inly  4th. Though unavoidably compelled  to decline their kind invitation,  HkUALI-i wishes our cousins of S  a pleasant time on the  their great national holiday.  ���������Slaving moved into our new business  on Mackenzie   Ave.   we   are  '   of  FISH RIVER DISTRICT.  ipecial Report by the Gold Commissioner  on the Prospects and Resources of this  Promising Camp, Extracted from the  Report of the Minister of Mines.  TUK 1-liAlN.UIK Alt ISA OK VISU ItlVlCK  In the outside world   very   little   is  yet known  of the Fish River District.  If the claims upon development, prove  to   be   as   rich* as some of the surface  showings now indicate, we can  safely  say   that   we.  have   a   .Mining Gamp.  .Some few claims A'eie located on Fifh  Rivi-i'   a   number   of   years ago,   anil  quile a lot of prospecting was done  iu  1SUS,   when   some   promising    claims  were staked, 'out not  until late iu  the  summer   of   lSlli) did people coiiiiiience  lo realize tliu great mineral wealth  of  the District.     Some   very large leads  of   (piartz located  near the mouth ;of  Pool Greek (a tributary of Fish River),  which bus been for years  passed over  by the prospectors, who  were looking  for galena only, have   been   recently  proved   to   carry   veiy   fair   value in  gold.  Last summer,   a little   galena  and  copper   being   found   in one of  these  leads,   it   was staked and   some work  performed,   when   ii   lot  of free gold  was discovered scattered  through the  quartz,   wliich,   when   assayed,   gave  splendid returns in gold. Since this  Iind n great number of claims have  been located. ���������' The latest Iind was  made on Pool Greek ; in November.  Five claims were staked on a lead 20  feet wide, the samples assaying well  in gold.  The   principal   creeks   tributary  Fish   River,   on   which   mineral  bisen''.funnel, are  Pool.   Mohawk,   Lex  ington. Ruby Silver and Boyd Greeks  on   the   east   side,   and-   JMenhenick,  Scott.   Sable,   McRae   and JMcDougal  Greeks, oh the west side.  '....I'OOL'CllKEK  It is situated at the head of Fish  River Canyon, about seven miles from  Gomaplix and Thompson's Landing.  Some very promising properties are  located on this creek, five groups of  claims having recently been bonded.  At the head of Pool Greek is the Wide  West Group of four claims. This  group lias a very big showing of ore,  aosayiiig well iu gold, silver, copper  and lead.  The Lardeau-Goldsinith Group of  four claims has some very high grade  silver ore. A 50-foot tunnel has been  driven on this property.  The ilunleraiid Trapper Group of  three claims, situated just south of the  Wide West Group, has an open cut  put in on the lead, and is showing up'  some very lino grey copper ore.  These group.-, situated near the.head  of Pool .Greek, on the south side, ate  properties of great merit. Tbe owners,  who are Kos&land people, have ju.*t  completed a large cabin, and will  commence operations in t he spring.  Tiie A liuu Group, three claims and a  fraction, situated further down Pool  Greek, has a very good showing of ore.  Development work will be started on  this group in the spring.  The Western Star Group of two  claims, situated on the same lead as  the Alma and Black Bear, is another  promising location.  Further down Pool Greek, about 2J-.  miles from its mouth, is the Pontine  Group of live claims. This is a free-  miii'mg proposition, located late last  November.  The Gonsnl Group, situated just below the Pontine Group, lias a large  quartz lead carrying silver and copper.  The Mohawk Group of three claims,  is about two miles from the "mouth of  Pool Greek, on the -south*' side of the  Creek.  The Moscow Group of three  claims,  situated*  on   the opposite side of Pool !  Greek   from the Jlobauk  Group  some very good-looking ore. ,  Other good claims near the .Moscow I l" lead  are the Revenue. Harvey and   Estelle. j  J list below the Mohawk  Ci roup is  the!  Eclipse Group of   three claims,   one of I  Speeiixloflei* in Ladies' Blouses, new and popular goods,  latest styles. Regular prices $1, $2 and $2.50, going  now at 50c. SI-50 and 81.95.  Large  Consignment  Just Arrived  INCLUDING  Carriage Sponges  25c to f5c  Wool SpDng.es, lOcto 75c  Mediterranean Sponges  10c to $1.50  Manruka Sponges  $1.50 to $5.00  LADIES' SKIRTS,  In Crash, T-miien, Pique and Duck. __ Regular price���������jjil.i.0, $2 f>() JjiH.li.,  and !  .50���������Roing now al, $1, {.LiiO $2.75 ancl ������:).:���������().  MEN'S   FURNISHINGS  AND CLOTHING.  Men's All-Wool Tweed, Serge and Worstered Suits from $1.00 to $1.75  Men's Riilbriggan l/nderwear .Suits���������$1.00.  Geo, F. Curtis,  McKcii/.ie Avc  BOOTS  AND SHOES  REDUCED FOR ONE DAY  We uiiikc a* special niTi.r of n splendid line of Shoes;   perfect fitting,  good, new stock.*   Stan .lard price���������$5.00.  h SATURDAV, JUNK 2SRP) PRICI.-$:-!.75  SINGKER  SEWING  MACHINES  and supplies ior all best makes  CALL UPON  tieil Hoso Pecreo meets Kccnntl nml rourtli  Prliliiyn nf oiii'H lnoutli;   Wlilto  tioso llUKruo  iiiuuik Ili-stFrlilnv (if eiuili month,In Oililfollowa'  Hull.   VlslthiK Urutlirun wulvoinu.  WM. MATIIKKS, T.K.b. TAYLOR,  Secrctnry. 1'resitlunt.  ennett  Carpets  and J_inoleums  We also earry a  choice'stock  of Carpets aud  Linoleums;   they nru  second to none in the city.  CALL AND SEE US.  NO TROUBLE TO SHOW QOODS.  Group has lately been, bonded by  Chicago capitalists, who now haven  big force of men working. Cabins,  stables and ore sheds have been put  up at lhe mouth of Pool Creek, and  rawhiding will continue throughout  the winter. A gieat number of claims  have lieen located in the vicinity of  the Beatrice Group, some of which  will, with development, prove to be  veiy valuable. The Carhiinat  Croup of live, claims lias a'good  ing of high grade   galena.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  HeisiiUr inrctlncs aro helil In llio  Oddfellow's Million tliu Third Krl-  ilny of eiu'h month, at S 11.111. sharp.  Visiting brethren iiordlnlly Invited  THOS. STUIJI), W.M.  Court   Mt. Begbie  I. O. F��������� No. 3461.  Jte'ets In tlio Oddrol-  lows' ItnU.ou thcsouuud  iiml fourth Mondiiys of  I'lUih mouth. Vlsltlnir  lii-i'lhren invited to attend.  ���������     C. W."MITCHKhl., ���������  :er. I'ee.-Sei!.  ��������� D..I.C  r-������-  The Wide-Awake Business Men,  McKenzie  Avenue.  Baker  AKI)  Confectioner  H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  lliiynl S'i'liool of Mines, London.    Seven yenm  at.Morfa  Works,  HWnnseii.    1"   years  Chief  Chiinilst   to WIkhii Uoul nnd  IrnnUo.,' Kng.  bale I'.heinlst nnd Assayor, Hull Mines, l.lit.  Claims examined mm reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  When yon reaeh l-'ermisou,  Stop ai thu.  H.O.,  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  *   Is not in it with our prices on  WxVTCHES AND CLOCKS  CALL AND SEE  arfoei1, Jeweller,  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  Bread - Delivered = Daily  CAI.I. AND 1XSPKCT OUR STOCK OI'*  NEW  GROCERIES  4,4.-i.4,4.!l.-1.4..1,.]i,^^.,i.-1.4,.l..l.i.-i..l.i.^4..j,-i.*  Hotel Lardeau  .7. Iaugiitos, Proprietor.  lli'xl J2.no a dnv house in Iho biirdenu. Host  of enlslne service.���������I'inuly equipped hnr.���������  Choleest ivfinJs, liquors nnd elgars.���������lload-  quarters for miners and inlnini,' men.���������Well  llKhled and heated rooms, neatly furnished  NOTICE  Notice Is hereby given to purchasers of lots  in Itloid. "A," To\vn of Kevelstoko, otherM'iso  known as the "Mara Townsite Prnperty," that  all instalments on account of purchase are to  lie pnlil 10 John II. Hibhatd.-.Miini Townsite  Agent, nnd 10 no oilier person.  ' .1. A. MA HA,  Piano to ltent.  To Rent.  Apply to.I. M. Seolt.  THE   FRED   ROBINSON    LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  Hill  show-  Work   is  on  now beiiiu pushed on iho Silver Dollar  liie tunnel heing in 1C0 feet. The lead  has'nsl lieen su.'i.ek.  The   Al'juntairi   Roy   Group   of two  claims,   situated    north-west,   uf     the  Silver Dollar Croup, has a niee ; show-  inn: of ore similar in character to  that-  of'the Silver Dollar.    A 100-foot tunnel  has j.ist heen completed on this group.  The  Silver   Crown   claim,   situated  between   Beatrice   and  Silver  Dollar  Croups, lias aline looking quartz leail.  The   Smith   Group   of   two  claims,  silualeil   at   the    forks   of     .Mohawk  Creel-;, has   a   well delhied lead, and a  very promising showing.     A tunnel is  now   heing   driven   011   this properly.  Between the lurks of   iMohawk   Creek  amliPool Cieek    a   lot of   claims were  staked lust summer.  1.KXISGTON 'Cl'tKKK  Lexington   Creel:   flows   into    Fish  Creek,   ahoul,   feme   arid   a  half miles.  .-ihiiVL- Pool  Creel:.      A great   imiiiher  of claims are   located    near this creek,  nearly all of which have, large   surface  showings,   although   the ore is lather  low grade.     The great Lexington lead  is   situated   near   this   creek',   and    is  traceahle for a long distance, _5. claims  heing   staked   on "it.   and   nearly   ;dl  showiriii.   large   hodies   of   ore.      The  Kitsap." Lone  Star,   Lexington, Black  '.Diamond, liulex and Ophir  are   well-  known claims located on tliis Icid.  The   Nellie   Group   of   four] claims,  l���������iS i situated on the north slope of  Lexiug-  1 ton Creek, has a.   cross-cut   driven   -���������  The Silver Bow Croup of two claims,  situated on the north slope of Lexington   Creek,   is one   of the high   gtaUe  t he recent   li'nds of Pool Creek,   heing ��������� propositions of the camp  " 'rrhaB-irspicndi.i-r^Ai-'.other_gi:oiin. * -     '  On and after this dale our prices for Cut Pirewood will  he as  follows:���������  SI 00 Per Gord at Mill  S2.00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH :������������������������.  FRED ROBINSON;  Managing' Director.  eiAson:s^-.!':..v:.:^:-;->":  standard  phonograph   4;  ' With all Iini 'latest improvements'  ���������;,    -���������will Inlce and reproduce records.  I'rice.;���������* ?*J5    coinplute,���������"-'��������� iiielndini-  .iiccorder, Reproducer, Hrrssllorn  ��������� Tapphirc    Shaving    Kiiife,    Kar  ''���������'.   Tubes,   Uainels. ;IIalr.*: llrnsh,   Oil  '*..*.   (Jan���������also half ndozen records anil  ':-%':���������,'. hooks'of lustruelion.:  Sheriff's Sale  UNI)!'*"-;' AXH T1V VIKTUK of 11 warrant of;;  execution issued ont. of-the County-Court, of  Kootenay and directed lo the Sheriff of North  Kootena'v against tlie: goods  and chattels* of:  .lolm Keliv,   T   have  siezed   and   taken*-*.*|iito.:  execution'!wo barher's  chairs.'iiwo   liarher's -  I'liliinets,   two* mirrors nud   sundry, barber's ;  utensils, 'whlfth'l will offer for snlo publicly at -  my  oltic.e,  First street, lievelstoke, on Juno  lllh, null), at 2 p. in. ���������-������������������������������������: ������������������';...-.       ..������������������     .-������������������;���������.���������-.������������������'..   ���������";���������"  i*ated .Iuno7tli,*1000. v-,**        *">C ^'-1 ,--'-.~  JAS. TAYLO't, i  ���������:.:--. ':.:': *       hepuly Sheriff'*.:.:,  *'���������.*������������������ "*'.:v_* *.���������'���������*.; ;. of 'North Kootohav;;-*.'*  _f,^._(..l..|..I..|.^..I..H.^..I..|..j..j,.I,^.^.j.4..1..I..I.^..1,  ��������� I.nri;e:niid AVclt'Liijlited  Sample Jtooms.Vi... ;**7*-:  '���������V.r\r': ���������-:���������;>: ������������������-',.: Hen ted -by:'Hot Air and-JSIedtrie;  .*.:i'':*s:*-   *.*'fe ������������������-*��������� Bells and Light in every roouii.  ;;*.*.l*"rc6'*P.n'sMeets:All Trains:.-���������..*������������������',; ��������������������������� .,������������������-*' '.  ���������\~.\ : ���������.-/. Itensonahle Itntus ...'..;'.   '"'������������������'; :V������������������  :    Ni^ht ,GriU il*-Ji:n*iu <'M^  Hourly,Stree^C;ar::,;:!\;v::-^i-r-:.i:i,;:;J.Er-; '.,������.::,:.u::;fo)  Betweei'Hotel and Station:^; ;..v r  NO EXCUSE  FOR A DIRTY FACE  Sf^opi^l^io'ffi  THE LATEST IUI'.AS! IN*.  tings  and  ������5,'  NEWEST AND BEST  A Large K.irigc of imported Woolens: to  ,.���������,_���������.....;,* '"*.-:���������"��������� '::*: -select'from.'      :::; *.-.:.:-~.;  % :;B: i Cressinaii;^  ������J������-Ahlin'& Co.  Is Next to Qoclliness  Board.  1 OAltP���������Willi or without room,  llie iii-:lt."! l.n .illie.e.  Apply It?  A SI'ECIAIjVY AT  FIELD &��������� BEWS,  Druggists : : Urown iiioek  NIGHT BELL  To Rent.  Furnished I'.oouis to let���������all.i-oiivoiiienee.  li. CUKSSMAN, Mackenzie Ave.  TI-MZIE    _r_A._BXj.E3.  STEAAISHIP   " LARDEAU "  Runnincc. Between* Arrowhead' and  Thomson's Lahoinfj.  l'omineneing*.lune: lllth.; irilo;   will: suit as-  follows   (weather permitting).  If you w*ant your  scayoiigoring  work done in .-i-c-lunn   anil   uco-  ' nnniic-nl way scml a card to  F. SAUNDERS,  STATION*.  YOUR  lour.     claim  ���������Anotii��������� ��������� .   situated'on ihe nort.h sloptToT Lexing  ton   C'rei-k.   if   the I.Hi-deati Kint;.  on  which ;i tunnel is now hfinjf driven  to  cut the   lead   ;U a  depth of nhonb 101  feut.   the   hurf.ii:e   innicauon.-:     h������*iii;_; j  ituated  .-liiiins  ]>''xiiif;ton  liTciTUMriTiteriasrftLll"  showing ot" tralcna.  Fiirtlicr down Pool Creek, about  threeiquarters of a-niilo. from it<  inontli. we havu tlie Franklin Group,  the lead on which is quart'.-: with iron  sulphides currying gold and silver.  The Eulie 'Group of two claims,  staked late last suiniiii-r. and situated  about, half a'"mile frOinFish 1-iiver, is a.  hit; ciuartz and iron lead.  The Clrira Group   of   three   claims.  south of the Eulie Group,  and located  last August,  has   a   nice   showing   of  copper ore.  Tiie   Pirate   Kinc;    Group   of  claim**-,   located     last.   Minimer.      and ;  situated ai the  mouth of   Pool (.reek,    ^���������,*r=^r  ha������ n  iiiMt-tx lead   carrying;   value   in  ,  silver and copper. ++.S-M-+-t-+.l-+-_-l"l-'i-!-*+-l������l-H"t">-l-**  The Diu-ette Poudiier Group, located * |  last October, situated on the south .,  side of Pool Creek, two miles from | *"  I'*ish River, has il Well-defined --tion^ I * \  lead, on which three men are now I"!  driving a tunnel, and will work .ill the | ������������������  winti-r. i-;  The Blackmoie Group is another | * j  w locution on the south side of I'uol  promising.  The   -Sitting   P>ull   Group issl  on ._aiue lead as the I_-irde.-tu Kn.g.  The Dairiidil Group of thre- claims  was loi*;ilt*d last siiinmer and some  work has been'done.  The Jtepnblic Group of  four  c  situated near the mouth of  I.Creek, is anotlier rn-iv location   which  two ! has ju-.t been sold lo Montreal p.irtiei  Kv-nii-niiod)  V/e Repair   WATCHES  CLOCKS,  and it tl kindv nf .IcweKcry  .   If  tin  ri'fond.  :   work   is  vour mont  not snt:*������fae'i<'.ry  new loruMon on iue somii .-n". <m ......  Creek, about, a mile from   Fish    Iii ver.  jiriiiAWK (;iti-:i-:ic I ?  Flows into Pool Greek, about two ' '**  mile.-, from its mouth. Soni" verv  rich propeities are. situated on Ibis  cieek. The. famous I!ea.trice Group N  located here, which cousi-ts of live  ciiums. and hasa line showing of high  zi'ii'le ore. a shipment of fiO Ions made,  last, winter returning the b:indsniiii:  sum of   Si03 per   ton.      'Tlie   l.oalricr;  WE GUARANTEE OUPv WORK  anil stand by our guarantee,  -y, * We also carry h good line of Watchc*  fr ..and Jewellery," which -.ve: dispose --if at  fr- luoderate prices. ���������'������������������.        u  I E.M.:AJJI^UM  T . . The f.earlihs;  T* V''atchmakcr and .fewclbr.  *" First Street, next.door to flKK.U.r. oSice:  *************************'(.  the  attle  occasion of  piennse.-  I"*'-"-*-   now prepared lo cater to the  wants of  our customers,   we seek   your patron-  *  ���������-   ���������!- l.-.f  age. we have the latest in the market  nnd we know our business. Call and  uiye ns a trial order and an opportunity  to convince, you   of what we say '  last, but not least, our  money is  in  town."  J.  B.   Chessman,  T-ii.or." .  .arid  spent  the   AH.  "kU._'-V-SSOI13 TO  KAYETTK Jil'KKli.    .    .  ^I^-^nSTOI^Xi, HEAL ESTATE  c3-^*I>rE^A.X, I3sTSTJ_E^^-3<rGE AG-EWTS  ..FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE..  Money to Loan on Easy Terms.  Rents Collected���������'���������   rMMJBEIttSKSSOStt^  One door east of Molson's Bank  k h k h U k k  Now is the time to call and nrraiiKO  for a SPRIXU SUIT and an OVERCOAT  ���������Splendid line of Knitings, Newest'  .l*-asliion 1'hites, good workinanshiiii  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCatty Block.  Leave  v-irrowhcad   for   Thomson's. Ijitidini;  and Conuiiiiix at "o'clock .daily. .,   .���������  J.cave.Tlioinson's fjuidin]; and :Coinaiiltx for*  Arrowhcadat 18 o'eloel; daily  Connecting: With All C.P.R. Trains'  and Boats.  The owners reserve tlie right to change  times of sailings without notice.'  FRED.  ROBINSON, .  .   .    MaiiiiKiiip.fiirei'.tor,..  Paints,    Oils,  Glass.  Our delayed stock of the above has just  arrived aud wo have much pleasure in  ilaeini; before tbe lievelstoke public! a  .1st of tlie Hoods we are' now prepared to  supply llicin at reasonable prices.  W.E hereby notify the smoking  public that the Cigar* Makers' Union  have resolved to permit memtiers of  the Union to work in our Factory,  and UNION CIGAR MAKERS arc  now: at work' with us.  UBiffiMMlfis^������i  i  .l*..j,.l.^,4.^.,|.4,.l���������1.^4,4,^,4.,[.4.^,4..i..l. 4.-5,4.^.4.  liolled and It aw Oil, Turpentine, Coal,  Tar, Vurnislies In three grades.  Colors ground In oil, Japan or Dry.  Cold Water Kalsoiniuo in every shade  Whiting, Plaster and Portland Cement'  floodsKuarautccd to be or best quality  iiild all from best makers.  Starret's Mechanics Tools for Sale  W.. M. Lawrence  Hardwiire. Tinware. Stoves.  Taints.       ... Oils and Glass.  __JP-Ah*-'iii for Ilainilloii Powder Co..  P.O. Bos 86.  Savag-e Bros.  Second Street  Family Grocers  SAVAGE UKOS. Ijck to inform the public  and their patrons tliat tliey have auued St  choice line of KKKSH GKOCEIUES to their   stock, aiuV are prepared  to  sell at close   figures for cash.  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*.  ���������*  ���������*  *  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  *  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������+  ���������*  'A LOOAT^ INDUSTU^.,    OF PUnLlO BENEFIT  THE REVELSTOKE  STEAM LAUNDRY..  IS BOTH  The Proprietor, vi'qiiasts your  patriiuti.ni* 011 the nbcivp fuels.  First Clnss Machinery nnd  First Class ������������������ Wliitii Help, ensures Y'xn.1 Class Wnrk. A  Iiml order is solieited from  outside points, or from residents of; Ruvelsliik . who are  not alreiuly on our list of  patrons.  We still handle  FEED AND FARM PRODUCE  Geo. S. Hogan  Proprietor.  TELEPHONE NO. -13.  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  ���������*  41  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ���������*  ���������*  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr.  fr  fr  fr.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr,  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  **************************  All Purchase's dclirercd free of Charge.  Fresh supply of fish every morning.  Careful attention.  Prompt delivery  Jas. I. Woodrow  ���������pUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promr/tlT Sited.  SK^s EEYESS5ORE, m.  f\


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