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Array tW  m  A\  *IJ  *1  H''hir  M  V >. *'���������'���������  il'  W  m  ,*s -w.  -ISSXTEX)   TWIOE-A-WE-BK ��������� TTJZESIDATS    J^JSTJD   ^.RIXD-A-ITS-  "?  ���������_  I  1  Vol. IV.    No.  61  REVELSTOKE. B. C. TUESDAY,    JULY 31, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  NOTE AND COMMENT  Direct  from  Ceylon  30 Gases  Ceylon Tea  15 Cases  celebrated  5 o'clock Tea  This is the first lot we have  had direct from the plantation and it is much superior  to the 5 o'clock we have had  before.  15 Gases  BEN HTJR  40c. per lb.  This can' ot ho equalled for  the money.  The sensible and iiioderale*' tone  adopted l>y the various speakers at  the meeting 011 Saturday-evening last  i.s as much to he commended as is the  acumen with whicli the meeting hit  the real nail on thu head wilh regard  In the Chinese difficulty." There is no  doubt that-it is tiie white people of  British Columbia themselves, as a  whole and as individuals, wlm are  very largely to blame for lhe inrush of  Orientals into the province. If we  did not employ Chinese in uny way,  they could not make a living and  would not only cease tn come in, hut  very quickly begin to go out. The  Dominion Government might no  doubt do a great deal more than il. has  xlone towards preventing these people  ���������lining brought in to work for railway  and other corporations, who could not  he induced hy any ordinary considerations to join in ti hoycott of Oriental  labor. But we ourselves are as much  to blame as the Federal authorities,  although it is always a. consolation to  have "Lhe government" to abuse on  the head of it.  Justin another shipment of  s  40c and 50c  PER Ui-  -.Sous Ram Lai's  The best   Package  the Market.  Tea on  Coffee!  Coffee!!  Five barrels Java nnd Mocha  ���������===th=e^best"tUiit"i"C',iirbe"p"ro^  cured in Canada. Also five  barrels of Santos.  ^J^������p������^l^������.>jy������������^p-J^P^������������9������PMt^P������.xr������������������^������P������������P'������0^^1������*9'*������*������������������.*>l^ \*]*J*MW*J*J*JHH>9������0JH*������'J*������JMH*m������������l* *  tooo:ooffo������B������x_Box>ooaoxxo.a  9������������������������sXsXs)������������*^^  nmnii-.H.l.ira-'fitinrmir  IMIillfll "ttPM  n������*a������s������pr������-aii������P������i:iirniiBiii*iitpniii������rnt  i*iiiiiiii������iimtini>iiiaiaiiii������iRiiPiiiiiiiEidiuii������i>i)tii������iiiNiiiii>**_F*'  HOT WEATHER BREVITY  g| Our Store news writer knows you  g appreciate   short   sermons   and h  - s  in   summer  tim e.  The {losition adopted hy the Laurier  administration on lhe question of the  Chinese head lax is in<>.-.t, absurd.  They admit the principle of the tax  and even consent to double it. But  they will not. raise it sufficiently to  render it adequate to do the work for  wliich it is intended. The only justification of Ibis tax is the principle that  it is desirable to absolutely exclude  Chinese immigration from the  Dominion altogether. AVe make them  pay to come in because we do not want  them to come at.-ill. * The head tax is  not intended to offset their undesir-  .-'ibility as immigrants or to compensate  the country for the injury which their  presence inflicts upon our own work-  iiigiueti and so slowly but surely upon  every class of business and profession.  Nothing-of the.kind. The ohjerti'pf  the tax is to keep these people out  altogether and iL is perfectly inconceivable why ;iny government, which  has once admitted this principle,  should refuse to increase the lax until  it really does the work which it is  designed to perform.  ii short  stories  V'*__J     _____.___��������� 't  M Here then are the bare facts about  ������p ...  m Tuesday's business--very startling1 II  Igp, ��������� ;        . -.*.������������������._* iSjjJ  pf news it is about some seasonable f������j  i| and serviceable goods.  ���������m  JUST ARRIVED  ���������jB_lTSTA������Er J SIX'S  Two Hundred Dozen Preserving Jars just- arrived.  Everybody is in.great-need  of them at this time of year  Come and look at thi.s large  assortment before boiling  down your berries. In this  shipment we havejars in all  sizes. Anyone wanting  anything in this line thould  make a special effort of  looking thi.s shipment over.  GLASSWARE  yom* at-  We have to draw  tention   to   our  department���������it is brim full  of newgoods.  glassware  RAM LAL'S TEA as a Package Tea  cannot be beat. It has no equal ln the  Market, as a sample package will convince all lovers of good Tea.  ���������Inconceivable,   that it is on any logical principles. Practically of course we  cannot only conceive why the government   stops short.at   the   inadequale  $100 mark and why Laurier refuses lo  al>i<le liy his pre-election  pledge !<���������  be  guided in this matter  by  the opinion  uf the  western   members.    We  know  fur certain lhat it  is   liie  inlluence  of  the   big   railway   corporations   which  require cheap Oriental  labor  in   order  lo  cut   down   lheir   cxpendit urn and  fatten their dividends,   which  deafens  the Ottawa cabinet   to   llie  bitter  cry  of the workiiigiuen of British  Columbia.    At this last moment, when their  paltering with    their   pledges,   means  the loss to the Liberal  party of every  seat in  the  piovince,   they  have  not  dared to go counter to the dictates of  these corporations.    We shall shortly  have an  opportunity   at the   coming  election of meting out  to  them  their  deserts and  exacting pledges,  which  will   be   impossible   of evasion   from*  their successors.    But .we   shall   certainly be able  to do  this with  much.  greater-force-if-the-suggestiohs-nVa'de1  at   Saturday's   meeting  are  "in     the'  meanwhile in general'adoption and  if  we can point to the fact lhat so great  is our sense of  the   evils   wrought* to  the   general   community   by  Chinese  immigration that with tho exception  of the. case of these corporations it  is  impossible    for   Chinamen    to    find  employment troin  while   men  in  the  province, and that, too, in spite of the  inconvenience arising, as it doubtless  will arise, from  the difficulty, felt in  the   west   of   getting   while   help  in  certain   departments   of   labor.      We.  must stiffen our own backs  before we  can screw up  the Federal  authorities  to the slicking point.  Blouse Waists $1.00  The manufacturer said it" would bp a sin to sell any of  these elegant Summer Shirt Waists for less than one  dollar. They are an assorted lot; ranging iu price up  tc Twenty-One Dollars a-dozen. Take vour pick on  .Saturday WHILE THEY LAST AT ONE DOLLAR  ���������not more than two to/my one customer.  A Record Season  in Summer Fabrics  In doing the business we increase our ability and  capacily to do it. Everything good in Wash Fabrics  comes to us.    Here are the latest.  CHOICE 2oc. MUSLINS���������15c.  250 Yards HOinrh Princess Baptiste. one of tin*-* lead-  ' ing Wash Fabrics of lhe season���������white grounds with  flsured designs of Red, Light .Blue. Navy Blue-." Pink-.  Heliotrope and Purple, excellent  wearing and-good  washing iroods.  ��������� Regular 20c. '.  - Wednesday: ..-.*!. -..33c -  iC3.Mail orders'reachiug us anv time on Saturday  *   will be fllled;.it these prices Monday.        .  .15c SILK FINISHED PRINTS FOR iz\c.  i 150 Yards Finest Silk Finished American Prints;  white crrotinds,' wit 11 narrow stripes of Blue Hair  Lines, Pin Snipes, positively fast colors', regular loc.  goods for 12U:  20c BORDERED APRON LAWN 15c  KXl Yards -10 inch While Victoria Lawn, with  imitation hemstitching, best 20c. quality for 13c.  A Clearing of Millinery  A fuw dozen Ready-to-Wear and pretty " Outing  Hats " left, including some of Satin Jumbo Braids, as  well as Pressed and Milan Straws, in Ssilor Shapes���������  also children's pretty trimmed hats in white and  other good colors. Regular $1.50 to $2.25.* The lot  at  ' ."  .$1.00  25 Sailors of superior quality. or'children's, in Rustic  or Mixed Straws, that sell al. 75c or $1. To clear at..   50c  Children's   Straw   Sailors,   in''white  Regular 75c and 50c.    Now for.   and    colored.  Save Money on  Furnishings  '��������� "-���������    '  SHIBTS;''    :���������:���������.���������"--'.  Men's Black Sateen Shirt's, minle with collar att'.iche'd  and pocket.   All Sizes-.   Regular price S5c.���������for 05c  lien's Black Sateen Shirls. heavv quality; made with  collar ancl pocket.    Regular 81._,..--   Safe price���������.$'1.00  Five dozen Men\. Silk arid Satin Neckwear in fnnr-  in hands, string and how shapes, light, dark and  medium shades, in a well assorted range of patterns,  silk lined. Regular price 00c. and 75c. Sale price���������25e  THE LARDEAU-DUNCAN  Richer Than the Treasures   of  Mexico  and Peru.  To many it is passing strange that the  Lardeau district has remained so long  in tho background. While it is true  that the hills'ire high and steep and  rugged, yet these things frequently  make for cheap minim; by reason of  tlie case with which tunnels, may he  driven into the mountains, gaining  depth very quickly with every foot of  work. The rocks," too. are, as a rule,  softer and more easily worked than  the eruplives of southern Kootenay.  Still the district has languished behind.  With few exceptions verv little deep  mining has heen attempted, and it i**>  noteworthy that wherever .my depth  lias been reached Ihe ore bodies have  proved persistent and carried good  values. The Silver Oup may be cited  as the only property in the western  part of the district on which extensive,  systematic development work has been  done, and this is closely followed by  the Lavina-group, in the eastern or  L1trdn-D_ihc.u1 side. Both properties  promise, when more extensively  developed, to rival the uch silver-lead  mines of the Slocan, many of which  are richer than the mines of Mexico  and Peru which excited the avarice  and ferocity of Spaniaids in. the  seventeenth century. Tt may be safely  predicted therefore that the unexplored Lardeau and. Lardo-lJunc-m  regions will yet contribute laigely to  the mineral production of the piovince.  It. will be recalled that in  his report  for 1897 Mr. Curly le dealt  very largely  with these districts,  for it should be  borne  in ..mind   that   there   are   two  separate   and   distinct   districts,    the  eastern    "or     Lardo-Duncan   and  the  western or Lardeau.   Coming directly  from   Colorado,   Mr.   Carlyle     found  many   points   of   resemblance  in  the  geological structure with the Leadville  and Aspen portions of the great silver  st.ite.   He" was prevented from carrying the comparisons very far, through  the lack of sufficient, work to determine  the conditions; but since that time his  opinions have been confirmed by lhe  actual   development   of a number  of  Anyone leading  Mr.  port and  bearing  in  mind  the reserve which must always guard  these official.utterances could not  fail  to' be    deeply"   impressed   with   the  importance     which   this    competent  authority attached to these districts as  valuable assets of t.he province.    Since  that time considerable work  has  been  done on a f'ew-'properties, out  lack  of  transportation   alone,  has    in-evented  others   from   opeiating   on   a   larger  scale.���������Rossland Miner.  FIVE THOUSAND SURRENDER  Gen. Hunter and Macdonald Corral  Boers at Nauuwport Nek.  OaVI-.TOW.n*.   July  .Tl).���������Fighting  been going on  the  has  continually wilh Gen.  Prinzloo since Thursday, on which  date Macdonald fought a loargnard  guatd action from early morning till  dark, nine miles outside Natinwport.'  in the Bel hleh'em hilK with the result  lhat ho effectually blocked Nairnwpoit  Nek to the Boer wagons. Hunter'..'  advance to Naiittwport was however  stii'ihoi-tily contesied, hut the enemy  weie finally di iven close In the town.  This morning Gen. Prinzloo aske.l for  a four days arnii.-lice. to whii h Hunter  replied that the onlv term-; he could  accept were unconditional surrender.'  Prinzloo then offered to surrender and  give up his ami*, provided the laughers were alioweil to go free to their  homes. Hunter replied that his only  terms were unconditional surrender  and that the burghers would be con-'  sidered prisoners of war. Finally  Prinzloo with 5.000 men surrendered'  to the British unconditionallv.  Balbriggan, Blue, Grey and Fawn Shades,  sizes���������at 50c each.  Regular  Carpet Sale To-Day and Wednesday!  We have enquiriesfrom all quarters respecting Our Special Sale of Carpets announced  for this"morning and now in progress. .To .satisfy everybody we shall have to continue  it tomorrow.    Here is a summary of Wednesday's values���������  $100 Tapestry Carpets ate Reduced to 75c  75c Tapestry Carpets?are Reduced to'.55c.  =75c-Hemp^Brussels^arefReduced-to-6ocr*~""  65c Hemp Brussels are Reduced to 46c.  65c Union Carpets are Reduced to 5oc.  55c Union Carpets are Reducee to 40c.  Art   Squares.  are  $6.00   3x3   1-2   Union  ' ���������"~"^R~<?du^d^oi~$4T&^7  $9.00 3x4 Union Art Squares are   Reduced  to. $7.75  KING HUMBERT MURDERED  The Assassin, Angello Bressi, Had a*  a Narrow Escape from Being Lynched  By the People."  Monssa. Italy. July :-!0.���������King  Humbert has been assassinated. He  was shot heie last evening by a man"  named Augelo Bressi, of Piato, and  died in a few minutes.  The   king     had   been'   attending  a.  distribution   of   piizes   in  connection,  with   a   gymnastic   competition.    He.  had   just   entered   with   his   aide_de  camp, amid the cheeis of tlie crowd,,  when he was struck by three-'revolver^  shots fired  in  quick succession.    One,  pierced the heart of his  majesty, '"who  fell back and expired iu a few minutes.^  The assassin was immediately a_TPSted]_  and was  with   some   difficulty..saved."  from the fury of lhe people.     He gave^  his name as-Angelo Bresii,  describing  himself of Prato. in Tuscan'v."  .  the properties.  Carlv.le s rep  SHIPPING ORE FROM  LAVINA  - Develop-  Tho price of copper is still lending  upwards. Sixteen cents in March, it  is now seventeen, and with the continuance of t.he present conditions of  supply and demand, a further advance  is inevitable. The supply is very far  short of the demand and*the output of  several of the laigest mines in the  Stales has been sold several months  ahead of being mined. The consumption of copper on this continent  is now phenomenal, and the demand  in Europe has. never been equalled.  There is un manipulation of, the  market.. Every pound produced goes  straight from the smelters and  refineries to the consumers, so that  there is no room for manipulation, in  fact the buyers are. hunting np the  selleisand t.he demand is continually  ahead of the supply. Copper is king  today.  Standard.  C. J. Rumens came in from Standard  Basin last week. Thu snow was going  fast and the trails were in fine condition. It is expected lhat the lead  will be tapped in the lower tunnel on  the Standard in about 10 days. The  rock is' changing! iir character to  resemble that found'next the lead in  the .upper winkings.  Porto   Rico   Cigars,    <  for   50c.   at  Brown's Tobacco Store. "  Ladies' Silk  Summer Gloves  Ladies' 11-inch Heavy Milanese Silk Taffeta Gloves,  in Fawn. Tan and IBIa-k���������a stylish and good wearing  .glove.    Our regular 50c for ' * .85c  Hosiery at Half Price  Ladies' finest, quality of Plain Black Cotton Hose,  Hermsdorf Dye, high spliced heels, full fashioned, all  sizes.   Regular price 35c per pair -at 25c  Pearl Hats and  Straw Sailors  .Men's Plain White Canton Braid Straw Boaters,  wilh straight crown and flat brim, plain black or  navy   blue   silk   bands    and   good   leather, sweats.  Regular price .$1.25 and SI.00.    Sale price.'. 50c  Children's Plain White or Fancy Mixed Straw  Sailors.    Regular price 50c.   To sell at 25e  Ladies' capes  Six Ladies' Chiffon Capes,  have been selling for $5.50.  These capes  Special   n p  till  now*  ....$4.25  n.  il.  n.  i������  I!)  (H>  <f������)  (H  ���������H  ���������ii1  (H  ���������ii.  "_������>  <H)  Odd Sample Curtains  at 75c  Twenty-FiveOtld Sample Curtains. This lot comprises a splendid range of Fine Nottingham Lace  ("iirtuins, 51 inches wide and ._ yards long. This is  the hest lot of Sample Curtains we have ever put on  sale.   Regular value tjil.(X) to $1.50 each���������on sale al,  $1-25 White Quilts  for $1  Wliite Crochet Quilts,  soft  finish,  double  Regular $1.25 each.    On sale ;tt   bed si'7,0.   $1.00  121 Fruit of the Loom  Cotton for IOc  Our  regular   price  Wi inch Bleached Cotton.  On Sale at   12AC  .. f(Jc  Special���������Wednesday  colored borders.  Special for.,....  Our  Full   J.t(_arhcd    Cotton  Huckaback Towels with  regular   price   -IOc   per  pair.   ' 20c per pair  Another   Lardeau   Producer  ment Delayed  John McKane, the president, and  Alexander Dick, mining engineer, of  the Lavina-Butte Consolidated Co.,  Limited, have returned from the  company's property in the Lardeau.  Mr. McKane says that shipments of  ore have beer, started from the 150  foot level, above which 1.00D feet of  work has been done, and a new tunnel  haa been driven a distance of 500 feet  to tap the ledge at a depth of 400 feet.  The Lost Mountain, wliich adjoins the  Lnvina oii.the.. west, has a_ti 111 nel_ in.  400 feet, opening a large body of  concentrating ore. Considerable work  is also.being done on the property of  the Gold Hills company, a Toronto  concern, also hy a Minneapolis company, iind a tunnel is being driven on  the Baunockhurn. owned hy Kaslo  people.  Mr. McKane says that till woik has  been letarded this searou by the delay  in completing the Lardeau-Ouncan  railroad, for which surveys have been  completed, and 20 miles of the grading  done." It. is reported that the C. 1', R.  will begin work and complete the. line  through from Lardeau to Arrowhead  ur soon as the Balfour cMen-non ��������� is  finished, but Col. Irving, maiiaaer of  Kaslo & Slocan road, could, stive no  information on the subject.���������Rossland  Record.  Kamloops Exhibition.  Kamloops Agricultural Exhibition will  beheld   this   year" on   /Wednesday.-  Thursday and   Friday. .September 20,'  27 and 23. Hi*-JiIonor, Lieut, Governor  Joly has consented to open the Exhibition.   Special efforts are  being made  this  vear  to  increase public interest  in this annual event, and  in  order  to  improve the number' and  quality of  exhibits   substantial    increases,  have,  been made to the general  and  special  prize-lists.    In  the   matter of "attraction an excellent- piogiamnie of sports^  is being arranged   foi   each   day,   lo  include horse nnd bicycle  races,' baseball, lacrosse   and   football    matches,'  and all manner of athletic contests.'-*  It is expected that a special feature  of the Exhibition this fall will be the  displays made; hy our loc*il merchants  and manufacturers, to encouaage  whicli a number of valuable cash  prizes are offered.  Already very encouraging promises  of  co-operation   have   been   received _  from   the   farmers  and   stockt-aisers ,  throughout the district,  and it  may  be anticipated the display of livestock  and farm pioducts generallv__iy_ill=.this_:  year eclipse all previous recards. .  Full particuliiis  regaitling exhibits,'  etc.. can be,obtained of the'  secretary  Mr. J. T. Robinson. Kamloops.*  Billiard    Room ..-in    Connection   with  Brown's Tobpcco Store.  ���������b~> Iir t  __. X  I ���������" That is why we have  planned such  an extra, day for  HtlSV W ___Ofl l3^fl____'V " Saturdav. Extra offers and price inducements, bargain  *-**���������*���������*���������**-������'J TT ������������������������������������������������'������������������������a *���������������������������������<��������� _l_������*%������m-^ -v i,i���������i,a iinr| supgeMtiohH of economy that should.make the  dav's shopping most* pleasant'in'id helpful. By considering well this list of special items you'll be able to plan  your purchasing to far better advantage financially than you expected. Will be readytor you at eight o'clock  with all these Saturday specials and many other good things we have not space to mention.  6>3>������������������a*������������������*.^^  BOURNE BROS.  General Merchants   ���������   .   ' .    '   Revelstoke, B.C  Passed Through  The Governor-General, Lady Minto  aud suite, came in 011 a special train at  8 p.m. on Sunday. Thoir train, which  consisted of a colonist car. sleeper and  the governor-general's cur. "Victoria."  stayed here until the arrival of the  No. 1 which tpokit on we.-t. I_ord  Minto got of! the train on fii"<t  arriving and took a turn or two on  the platform. There was 110 attempt  at any reception and his excellency  withdrew to lhe'privacy of his car,  where .he remained until lhe train  pulled out. A large number of people  walked down, to the station after  church, but were not gratified by a  sight'(of his lordship or any of the  party.  .  Grit Promises v. Grit Performance  HOW    THEY     WIPED   OUT " A ' CSKHKSS '  OFFICE.      - ,  The Promise:    "I must  take  exception in the first place to the  oflice (the  Department of Trade and Commerce)'  ever having, been   created.    I 'do  not  see why }t was created,   unless it  was'  to give a resting place  I'or the halanro _  of his life lo the Hon. gentleman   who  now occupies   th.*>   position  drawing,  $7.(V)0 per   year  for   virtually  doing'  nothing."���������(Mr. McMullen in ISO!) .  The Performance:        Sir       Wilfrid '  L'liirier's Minister of Trade anil   Commerce. 1SW,   Sir Richard  Cartwright.  JG. C. M. G. salary $7.0(X) '  j    Sir  Richard  at    Toronto    meeting,  I 1S99���������"I  am   largely an  onlooker   in  the Government."  HOW THEY  LIGHTENED THE   HL'ItTHKN  OF' TAXATION.  "We are asking for a  reduction  of  (nxntiiin."-{I_on David MilN. thu'  present Miuislernf Justice in 'Opposl- '  tion.)  "These villainous Customs Taxes air. '  impoverishing      and      ruining      our  people."���������(Sir Richard  Cartwright in  ISOO.)  ������������������We me the  party  of   Low Taxation."��������� Wilfrid Laurier in 1005.  The    Potforiu.ince:     Customs    and  Excif-e    Taxation,  the only taxation  for  Dominion   pnrpobes,    1������P8 (under '  Conservative--) ,$27,058,25.'5 '  Customs    and  Excise Taxation    in  lS09(under Grits)..* $St.Do8.0eO*  " El Presidente Cigar at Brown's.  *. Clara "VUthqs Compai.7  List night the Clara Mather. Company played "'Brown's in Town" to a  a, good house in Tapping's Opera  House. The piece was very amusing  and well put on and lhe turns between the acts were excellent. Tonight the piece to be presented is the  well-known play entitled "Ingoniar."  which will appeal to all lovers of the  legitiiu.ite drama.  The Anti-Mongolian Movement.  There was a fair attendance at the  public meeting called on Saturday  night to discuss the Chinese question.  W. A. Nettle 'was elected to the chair  and (Jos. Craig was appointed secip-  tary, The speeches made by' Messrs.  Nettle, Craig. Edwards and others  were model ate and common sense.  The pr.tctical upshot of the meeting  ivnf the appointment- of a committee  to circulate an agie������inent among the'  residents of the town net'to employ  Chinese in '-my capacity,  Bic;cl:5'forHire at Brown's-Tobccc<J '  Store.  v  ' *.r  '. _..*._ 1 Rsveisioke   Herald  and  Tues-  closest  Published in the interests o������  Revelstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout  Lake, Illlclllewaet, Albert Canyon.  Jordar.      Pass      and      Eagle  Pass Districts.  'A.    JOHNSON PROPRIETOR  A    Sem'-VTeekly Journal,    published  ia   the interests    ol   Revelstoke  the      surrounding       districts,  ���������days    and    Fridays,    making  co_i_ieotions with all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display ads.,  .1.50 per inch, single column, $2.00 per  tech when Inserted on title page.  Lesal ads., 10 cents per inch (nonpa-  rtei) line for first insertion; 5 cents  far each additional insertion. Reading  notices. 10 cents per line each issue.  Birth, Marriage and Death notices,  free.  Subscription P.ates: By mail or  carrier, S2.00 per annum; $1.25 for six  months,  strictly  in advance.  Our Job Department. THE HERALD  Job Department is one of the best  equipped printing offices in "West  Kootenay. and is prepared to execute  oil kinds o������ printing In first-class  style at honest prices. One price to  aii. No job too large���������none too  small���������for us. Mail orders promptly  attended to. Give us a trial on your  next order.  To Correspondents: We Invito correspondence on any subject of interest to the general public, and desire  a reliable correspondent in every locality surrounding lievelstoke. "fn all  crises the bona fide name of thc  vrriter must accompany manuscript,  but not necessarily for publication.  Address nil communications  P.EVRLSTOKE   HERALD.  wholesome laughter, often tho best as  Often the only remedy for so many  discomfort;) and absurdities in life���������  this was perhaps to bo accounted  among her best psychological heirlooms."  When these two met. U was a solemn  occasion, and to David the spring was  worth the hard and hitter winter.  Their love slory is one of majesty.  You read and dare not smile, its  power impressing you us some grand  primeval force of nature.  The Illustrations art- belilUng the  cxciulsite li.ngllsh and imaginary of  tho work, which ts publshed by the  Copp, Clark Co., Limited, "Front  Street,  West,  Toronto.  TEl.liOP.APl-]IC   SUiniARY  Notice to Correspondents.  1. All correspondence must be legibly written on one side or the paper  ���������Mil".  2. Correspondence- containing personal matter must be signed with the  proper name of the writer.  3. Correspondence with reference  to anything that has appeared In  ���������another paper must flrst be offered for  publication to that paper betore it  can appear in THE HERALD.  NEW BOOKS.  of  THE REIGN OF LAW".���������A Till  the Kentucky Hemp Fields.  To the Northerner���������the Canadian���������  "hemp" has meant little, nothing  better perhaps than a suggestion of  coarse sails, or rude sacking. With  the Kentuckian it is different. .Memories swi-et and .jitter overpower him  at the sound ot the word;���������hemp, that  tall, waving weed which an ancestor  had looked out upon with lordly pride  of ownership, or bent his back in the  breaking.  James Lano Allen. In his "Jteign of  Law," makes even an alien love the  l*.emp:not perhaps as he loved It,for it  is not given to many to touch nature  iv'.th such an understanding hand; but  ive grasp somewhat of. the meaning I  when we read of that "fragrance once  known in childhood, ever lu the memory afterward, and able to bring back  to the wanderer homesick thoughts  of midsummer days in the shadowy,  many toned woods, over intu which is  blows the smell uf the hemp Ileitis."  Mr. Allen has written his allegory  of those tiekls with a witchery that  could only be equalled in tho dreams  of a mystic Hindoo, as he, reclining,  puffs the dried hemp���������gun yah���������  smouldering in his yellow pipe carved  from the ivory of the tusk deprived  animal.  There was, perhaps, something in  the hemp which made David dream���������  the David of this story; the mighty  youth who, even while bo slashed  down the great coarse weeds with his  rude scythe, turned ever with a longing gaze towards halls of learning. A  religious feeling was strong within the  lad, inherited from generations. How  be wrestled and strove with circumstance that he might attend a Bible  --^c-oHfege-soou-iu-bt:-fourided-in'-a-d Ist ant-  part o������ the State: how proud his par-'  ents were when they learned his desire to go. and bow they lolled and  saved to semi him'. Then, after a  year away, with all Its wonderful experiences,���������the home coming, how  tragic! The fond glad welcome ready  for him, but lie too sincere to receive  it until his confession was mado.  He had been expelled from the University, and by the entire body of Us  learned professors. Why, the reader  will discover. He had gone beyond  all recognized bound.*--. Th-.-ii descended the terrible Wish from  his      aged      father: "Why      have  you come back here?���������I always-*    knew  there was  nothing  In  you!"  .More than noble, David iirufi- from  the scourge, setting about In deadly  e-arest to repay bis father and mother  ull they bud sacrificed for him that  he might be fltti-d to preach the I'.of-  j*������_*l���������not of Christ���������but of the lilble.  J!e did many house chores for his  mother; dug out vegetables fur Ih:  cook on days when the ground was  hard with sleet: and took, the place  of a common "black" In the hemp  field. As a wage for all this he received continued coldness and rebuke.  He cared tenderly for every animal  on his farm, and was human to all  helplessness. Willi a nature so deep,  how he craved affections, and what  j.-ossi till tics for love!  Gabrlclla. a beautiful daughter of  Southern aristocracy wrecked at th*  titno i.if the Revolution, came to be the  district school mistress. Issuing from  a life of luxury and ease, her struggles wore as great in their way as  T.������avid's; but "Brave spirit! Had  nature not Inclined her to spring  rather than to autumn, bad sle* not  inherited joyousness and the temperament of tbe well born, she must long  a*ro have failed, broken down. lie-  iiind her were generations of fathers  ���������and^mothers who had laughed heartily  _l11   their   i'.-.-.yii.      The   simple   gift   of  Winnipeg, July 24:  Tho Winnipeg lawn tennis tournament opened yesterday.  Edward Cartwright, of the Belleville  district, was gored lo death by a bull.  There is a large number of entries  for the Manitoba field trials at  Carmen.  ('has. Colby, a pioneer of Kent  county, Ontario, tiled al the ago ot  101)  yenrs.  Manager Windsor, of the fish and  Claim- club, near Ottawa, attempted  suicide.  Mr. ..Iiiiik. M. I'., has been nominated by the Conservatives of Juciiues  Cartier.  The I'cary relief expedition steamer  Windward has entered a Newfoundland   harbor disabled  .  Winnipeg, July 20.���������A traveller arriving at Port Arthur from Hudson's  Bay confirms the report that Indians  The Winnipeg school board has accepted a Boston tender for $60,000 ot  debentures.  Sir Charles Tupper addressed tbe  United ICmpire league members at the  Mansion   House.  An S year old Rossland boy has confessed lo killing his mother's Chinese  cook last May.  Colonel Wilcock's relief column and  Ih-o broken down garrison of Kumaa-  slo have reached   the coast.  The contract for the const ruction of  the Montreal harbor pier has been  awarded.       Il   amounted   tu  .7fi0,000.  The annual mooting of the Manitoba  and North West Territories grand  lodge of Knights of Pythias is in session  in   Winnipeg.  A cold storage warehouse in St.  Paul was destroyed by fire villi a  loss of $7."-0.000. which included llie  contents.  The. Winnipeg summer fair was In-  ii.ugurn.tod by the Earl of Minto. It  ia estimated that 18,000 persons were  present.  The debate cm   tbo  lirillsh   Columbia  speech   from     the   throne     lamed  hour.*-:.      Th������    Cassiar  taken   their  seals.  .Messrs. Giles and English, neighboring farmers at Calmar, Alberta, got  into an altercation, the former receiving a dangerous wound from an  axe from whicli he died,  hunting in. Ungavn discovers! a  wrecked balloon with two men dead  and another injured beside It, presumably Andree's party. A Hudson Uay  expedition started in June to llu;  scone.  Tho foreign office has received a  despatch from the LSrLtish consul at  Tien Tsin, dated Saturday, July 21,  stating that he had Just received a  letter from Sir Claude, Macdonald, the  British minister at Pekln, dated July  ���������I. appealing for help. There were  enough provisions at the legation to  lswst'a fortnight, Uie letter said, but  the garrison was unequal to holding  out sugainst a determined attack for  many days. There has been 4_ deaths  and about double that number wounded amons the defenders.  General Carrlngton and his Rhode-  staji forca have won their flrat fight by  defeating the enemy at Selous river,  after a sharp engagement. The railway line northward to Pretoria is now  clear of Boers. The Cape Colony government has refused to repeal martial  law at tho request of an assembly  member and their action was cheered  by tbe house. Four invalided Canadians from South Africa had to sleep  in Hyde park, London, for lack of  sufficient money. The Prince and  Princess of Wales Inspected ;>o Canadians ul Golden Hill convalOncenls  home.  succeed in this work. In this western prairie country it is especially desirable that tree growing should be  encouraged. The work of the experimental farms iu this matter will he  of lasting benefit. In addition to the  distribution of young trees, a large  quantity of tree seeds is now sent out  annually. Some of the trees first  planted on the Manitoba farm are  now bearing seeds, and these seeds  are gathered and distributed throughout thc province.   o   MANITOBA   WHEAT   STOCKS  discovery of the presumed suicide; and  finally became crestfallen when it  dawned upon them thai they had been  victimized.-  "It was an old Joke���������very similar to  that which Sir Wilfred and his party  have perpetrated on the people of  Canada.  There were 11,58-1,000 bushels of  wheat ia store at Fort William on  July 14. Recepits for the week were  90.S92 bushels, and shipments were  124,G55 bushels. A year ago stocks in  store at Fort William were 2,000,000  bushels and--140,000 busels two years  ago. Wheat stocks at Fort William.  Port Arthur, Keewatin. Winnipeg,  and other interior points were estimated approximately at 3,407,000  bushels, compared with 5,000,000  bushels a year ago; 1,140.000 bushels  two years ago.  "When these statesmen came into  office, they were arrayed in all the  principles ot the Ottawa platform. The  party was clothed with Free Trade,  Economy, Purity, Retrenchment, Reduction of the National Debt, No Private Car Habits, Independence ot  Parliament, Lands for the Actual Settler, and numerous other professions  that would lead one to believe that the  era of pure and honest administration  of  public  affairs had set  in.  two  members   have  Winnipeg. July 21.���������The opening day  of lhe exhibition was an unqualified  success, it was characterized by good  weather, good attractions and enormous crowds. It is estimated that  including school children altogether  there were about 1S.O00 people present at the exhibition grounds yesterday, ������.nd It was safe lu nay that evenr  out* of  these    went    away  thoroughly  Winnipeg,  July 2ti:  Arch. Macdonald, of Dexter, Out.,  v. tis  killed   by a   train.  The Roland farmers' elevator has  declared   a  large  dividend.  Lineman Clarke was eloetrocuted at  llio   Winnipeg  exhibition   grounds.  The provincial board of health had  a meeting and discussed Winnipeg  small  pox claims.  An elderly man, named E. Hutching.-, was struck by a train near  llirds' Hill, Manitoba,  and was killed.  Arlchlbald Blue has been appointed  census commissioner for Canada lo  take charge ot tho work in 1901.  The labor party bad a convention In  Winnipeg to enlist tbe sympathy of  the  farmers in their movement.  The Argonaut rowing crews, Toronto, have reached Winnipeg in readiness for Friday and Saturday's regatta.  The revolutionists have reached lhe  suburbs of the city of Panama and  are fighting the government troops.  Labrador fishermen, who have been  held up for six weeks by ice. have  soul; out to sea. the embargo having  been  removed.  The Japanese government will only  issue 10 passports tu immigrants for  Canada. During April ���������l.i-.oo arrived  al   Vancutiver.  Tbe striking Fraser river fishermen  have been overawed by the military  i-nil the Japs have returned In safety  with their catches.  Farmers' day at the Winnipeg fail-  was largely attended. The racing  I'Vi-nis resulted as follows: Farmers'  tiol. Ladysmith first, Billy Morgan  second. Early third. Stallion trot,  D.ui Quixote first, Brown Kluliniond  .-vcii.mI. I tunning race, Roy Carrul-  htis lirst. Kale Fisher second; Sprlng-  b*.e-n i hi: d. Untitling, one and o::e-  ������|iiarti_r in.lo flash, Tosti first; Pin_a  Marie second, King's Hansom third.  Twi������-tblrty trot. Hard Case ilrst,  (li-irs second. Chic McGregor third.  Untitling sulky team race, Cyclops and  Dewey first, liuauiiful Girl and Scotch  Uose second. Winnta and Roland  Dan   third.  flitted Slates .Minister Conger has  s-.'tit a second despa.tth through  Chinese sources, dated July l, which  was received at Wahsington, appeal-  In*.; for Immediat- relief. It ilifi not  cheer the Kuropenii nations. The  powers haw decided to detain Li  Hung Chang at Shanghai awaiting  events. General Dorward. I'.ritish,  paid a. hi_,**h tribute to the lighting  powers nf th>- United States troops at  th*: Tier.  Tsen  engagement.  TH1-'   MUSINGS OF  EDWARDS  "When the people, however, searched for the wearers ot these Liberal  garments, they found tho same results lhat followed the (tuest of the  curious Slratbconaltes. The "dummy"  which has been masquerading as lhe  Liberal party bore no more resemblance to the genuine old Reformers  than did the suspended inanimate  effigy  to  the  jocular  tailor.  Below will be found some ot the  latest perpetrations of that genial  free lance of western journalism Tho  Alberta Sun:  One of those harmless, green, pure  in heart Englishmen, "just ovah,"  stepped Into MacWhittie's barber  shop on the eve of the Edmonton races  and asked to have his hair cut clean  ort. After the job -was completed he  asked to be allowed to gather up all  the   hair.  "Why, certainly," said MacWhittie,  staring slightly. "Want to give it  away  in keepsakes?"  "Oh, dear, no! I chaunced to ask  a man about an hour ago for a  straight tip on the races, and he said  that he could give me a. steer for my  whiskers. I'm going into the cattle  business, anyhow, you know, and���������  ha! ha'.���������this is a cheap way of procuring a sleeah. I'll just take these  whiskers down and get the steeah.  Wonder it I couldn't get a cawlf on  my  bally mustawche!"  At 10 o'clock that night wc saw this  gentleman very sloppy and wrathy at  thc bar of the Royal, minus his luxuriant whiskers., minus the steeah, and  plus a jag of considerable size and  weight.      This was the first eye-tooth.  "lt is no wonder lhat Ihouauds of  conscientious Liberals throughout the  land aro crestfallen at the trick played upon them. The alleged Liberal  government is discovered lo be only a  "dummy" masquerading In clothes  that once woro worn by a great party.  Saddles, ln some form, are of the  greatest antiquity. Under Tiglath-  Pilcser HI. the Assyrian cavalry were  provided wilh them, and the early  Romans used a covering of cloth,  hide or skin, which was no doubt very  similar.  Germany has given up the Reaumur  thermometer, and after Jaunary 1,  1901 will use only the Centigrade. In  the Reaumur the division between the  freezing and the boiling point is into  SO degrees, in the Centigrade it is into  100 degrees. ,  Theodore Roosevelt's first ancestor to  come to this country was Klaas Mar-  tenson Van Roosevelt, who came  hither in 1S49 with his wife, Janette  S. Samuels-Thomas, from the Netherlands. He settled in New Amsterdam  and soon became a prosperous burgher.  National Park Gazette: A I'Mnland-  cr, whose name we could not learn,  had his legs and hack broken by a  falling rock in the Canmore mine on  Thursday. He was brought to the  hospital here and died from the effects  of his injuries yesterday.  The emperor of Russia has, according to London Truth, issued a ukase  positively prohibiting baccarat, which  is no longer to be played within his  dominions, even in private houses.  Baccarat having been for many years  the favorite game at St. Petersburg  the order has caused general consternation in society.  GWILLIM   &   SCOTT WHITE  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public  Etc.  Taylor Block, McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.  W. White,. J. M. Scott, B.A.,  Q. C. Xi. L. B.  P. L. Gwillim.  ARVfiY &     CCARTER  Barristers,  Solicitors,  Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank ot Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offlces:     Molsons Bank Block.  First Street. Reveistoke Station, B. C.  W. Cross,  Ollice:   Taylor   Hlurk,  Mackenzie    Avenue.  Kevelstoke.  Surgeon to tho C.F.lt.  ������. Health officer, City of Rcvelato c.  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching -services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. ciasa meeting at the  close of the morning service. Sab-  hath school and Bible class at 2:30.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. The public  are cordially Invited. Seats free.  REV.S.J.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  satisfied.  Winnipeg, July 2."*.  A Buffalo elevator, valued at $730,000,  was  destroyed  by  tire.  Tho Kobe Isle coal miners' strike Is  over,   the  strikers   winning their ca.se.  D. Darrah, of Grey county, Ont.,  was killed by a. train near Rat Por-  tage,  Out.  Thu .Manitoba and North West Territories grand lodge Knights of  Pythias, have elected otllcera.  An aKMoclallon ha.H been formed la  Philadelphia to promote Anglo-Sa.xon  ulHanre.  The Prince of Wal-n has given hl_  ii-WMit tu th>! Chiirclilll-Coriivrallis  marring'1.  After month;' of disturbance the  president announces that V'.-nezii-el.T-  Is enjoying  peac-.  Th- Canadian llhiley Ir-nm won  over $1,000. Sergeant McVltlle, of  Toronto, head:', the list.  Latent news from Klrmdlki* Indicates that the output of the mine������  will reach $_.VW,noo.  Mm, I-eillo, a Canadian missionary  of Montreal, has ben Injured, and Is  leaving Shanghai  for home  Th"! mllltla were called out to keep  the peatv at St'-ivston, near Vancouver, lu connection with th" Htriking  lishennen,  who ar-* well armed.  \Vu Tu. assistant secretary to th"  Chinese legation in Wiuthlmstotii it  en route to China, over tho <_. P. It.,  with  Important despatches.  The second day of Hie Wln-nlp*-*--? fair  was favored with beautiful weather.  The awards ln 111'* brirs. and cattle  classes have   been  mail".  Lord and Lady Minto faro.velled  Winnipeg citizens yesterday, attending a Scottish reunion in tin**1 ,'ifter-  noon a.nd a. public reception at, night.  They left for the west thin'morning.  Lord Roberts reports thai lie made a  general advance <*a.st of Pretoria on  Monday and captured the strong  position held by the inerny at Uii. t-  foni'-'in. The enemy's lln"s wen- <>om-  pl<*tt*ly surroundr-d. Th- following  day BrnnkhurHt Spruit way reached.  Hutton'.*-** and French's c-ivalry wore  oppoM-d. but they dlspersi-d tho various bodies. HrrmdwiKHl capfun-d live  Di'uet's wagons. I.nrd Roberts also  mcntlonH that aon Welsh fusiliers  ���������A'.'i'e cipiui'il tilth the supply train  .it   li'HvK'viil.  Mr. ("hainhf.TlHin In tin- hou.**"; of  enmtnonn stnti'd Mint all reb'-b in  South Africa would b" dlvarmi'd poll!-  ically for Hi yi'tirx. Thc war ulllci'  di.nli'-i th" sensational stories or tin-  neglect of Canadian convalri������"-ent'<.  The highest types of civilization are  gathered ibis summer at the Paris.exposition, gathered from tbe realms of  art, literature and science. Jn Paris  (and here we are on familiar ground)  the genial Sunday is indeed a day of  recreation. Happy old Paris! "Sot,  unoftei. have we been busted and  hungry in this city, having on *sevo-  rlal' occasions been compelled through  stress of financial complicosities lo  sleep in the Tuilories Gardens on a  bench; but we also tested the sweets  of the other end of Parisian life,  which  was mote satisfactory.  '���������The same hoax has been repeated.  The only difference is in the length ot  time before tho exposure of the fraud.  In Strathcona il took only one day to  reveal the deception; in Ottawa,  several months bad actually elapsed  before the sham; and the fraud became  apparent."  rrofossor William Lyons Phelps, of  Vale, Is engaged in writing a "History  of the English Drama, in the T_ight-  toenth Century." He will spend the  summer in the British museum, collecting material for that work.  Colonel F. F.  Hilder,  of the Smithsonian  institution,  has  returned  from  the Phillipines, where   he went in  the  interest of  the government exhibit of  the   Pan-American   exposition,    to   be  held in Buffalo next year.  ���������   Lord Melgund,  Hon.  Esmond   Elliott Lady Eileen Elliott,    Lady R������by  Elliott and  Lady Violet Elliott,    all  members    of    His    Excellency    Lord  Minto's family,  with retinue,  arrived  at Banff on Thursday from  the cast.  The   surplus     products   ot    Missouri  marketed   in   lSfl!>,   as   compared   wilh  the previous year, show an increase of  over $5,000,000,  the aggregate value of  last   year's     productions     being   .l.'ia.-  0T0.2S9.  By the new schedule the drivers and  conductors or the Berlin street railways will receive $21 a month at  first. After two years they will get  $24, after 15 years $20, after 20 years  the pay will be $"0.  No greater crime is known In China  than thai of desecrating a, graveyard.  Because graves aro found everywhere  In China, the first railroad built there  had to follow a very circuitous route  in order to avoid them.  A Chinese dinner, like a visit to lhe  dentist, is pleasant only as a reminiscence. For lavish display, abundance of floral decorations, originality  of ' customs and uneatable edibles  a Chines* dinner has  no .counterpart.  The Revelstoke  Herald *���������-��������������������������������������������������� wcckiyi  Has more readers in North  Koetenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers In Revelstoke than any other paper;  does more job printing in the  city than any other paper; it's  news Is more spicy and up-to-  date; Its influence is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; its sub  scription rate Is only -12.00 pel  annum; it covers the field. Try  it and he with the crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  St. Peter's Church (Anglican)  Eight a.m., Holy Eucharist; 11  a.m., matins, litany and sermon (Holy  Eucharist, flrst'Sunday in the month);  2:30 Sunday school, or chiidrens'  tervlce; 7:30 evensong (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days���������The Holy  Eucharist Is celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8  a.m., as announced. Holy Baptism  after Sunday school  at 3:15.  E. C. Paget, D.D., Pastor.  prtKBiri-TERIAN CHURCH���������Royolatolie  1 Servioe every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  D.m. Blb'o CliBFi at 2:'lfl p.m., to which  all ore wnlcomo. Prayer mooting at 8 p.m,  every Wednoaday.  REV. T. MKNZIES. Pastor.  L-OMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH���������Revel-  IV Btoko Maes first and third Sundays la  tiirutli at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  SALVATION ARMY���������Meeting    very  night  in their hall on Front Street  ������$&&������SMfm$&ii$i$i&&  B*a_a__g__B___,  The__  Revelstoke Herald  One Sunday, in 'Sli, we saw tho  Knglish horse Paradox win the Grand  I'ri.-*:, ridden by Fred Archer. The  president and his wife and the cabinet  were preunt. A large attendance of  Englishmen were also there, the  flower of the aristocracy and a fair  sprinkling of statesmen from London  and Kuropean capitals. At night the  Theatre Francais and the opera on  the Folies iiergcres. Ah', happy  days!  And lo: hero i.s MacDonald, of The  Plaindealer, in this iiuiet little hamlet,  yclept Strathcona, where a person  could not be wicked' if he wanted to,  saying that "he has refrained from  patronage of professional theatricals  on moral and religious grounds." Oh  Mac,   .Mac:  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  I'S BAY  COMPANY.  Tit UK 0 ROW ING  IN Till1: \\'UST  One of the greatest trials on entering the parlor of a house which you  are   visiting   for   the     flrst     time,     is  -ha.ving--yj_ur.__y--. al_licted_i_wItbJJ,h_e_  sight of the "enlarged photographs"  sttung around thc wall. When tho  conversation flags, you fall back on  those chalk monstrosities, and say to  lhe  lady of  the house:  "That   Is   a  capital   picture   of   you,  .Mrs.    ,   and     what     a   handsome  fiame:"  "Oh im, that is grandmamma, taken  just   befor-:   she   riled."  "No wonder she died. Must be  worth   ,".<K.   at  least."  "C'litnd mamma'.'"  "No,   th"   frame."  "The picture Ih wf-ll I'xecuitfd, do  you  not think?"  "Splendid. Wn." the artlsl executed  too?"  "Not  that   I   know   of."  "Ought to hav b.."ti. Well, I must  I,"  off.      ('���������iiiiil-Uy"."  "Wmi't you-take a. p>ok nt the picture nt my husband's step father In  'iimirhi.       !1"'h   worth   nil   of  5100,000."  "Yet",   I't c    have    a    iook    at    him.  "."���������."������������������Il,   I'll     In -off     now, r;,,nd-  |py.:"  The Dominion exporlmomal farm  havo grcntly assists1'! In encouraging  tree growing in tho Wrst, a work  which Is In every xpnse commendable. Some fi">,000 trees and shrubs  have been sen I From the central farm  at Ottawa lo llu; Brandon farm, some  varieties of which have proved hardy  though a, number were shown to be  tender tor this climate. Many trees  were obtained from other sources,  and a _rcat many were grown from  .seeds of native varieties. Well onto  100,000 trees are, now growing on Iho  farm, in lieilgCH, windbreaks, nurseries and arborciini, while nearly  three-quartern of a million of young  trees and cuttings listv lineri dlslrl-  buletl among th" farmers of the province. Many varieties of trees Itnvo  biieif found which were well adapted ty  the country, in addition to the native  varieties. The work done at the farm  bus not only encouraged the fiirrners  of Manitoba to-lake, a practical Interest in tree gi'ow;nlg, but it Iuih also  been the mcn'tin of 'securing Informn-  tlott such  uh will  enable    otlicru    to  Thi;  i-rups up     b������.  going   to  In- reciml  SpOki-H     r"Tlullsly.  therefore,   that   the  re   this     year    an1  bi'.-aki.T.s,      This Im  it   Is   only   meet,  splendid  showing  ���������AC ate going to make thin year should  be heralded abroad. Tin.' (,'. J'. It.  will, we are sure, make thing), as easy  nsi pimslbl" for visitors from the cast.  Tlmy are very generous In this regard,  and Judicious withal. Mr. Urooks Ih  a good friend to this country, in nay  nothing of   the   immortal  Toole.  The nrtleli: that The Sun had In  about, um Halliday and MIk Imaginary  suicide lias been used to good purpos-i  In a. political editorial by the Montreal  Dally Star, In Its Issue of Wednesday,  ���������Inly lib. The article in ho apropos to  the current, political nil nation thai wc  cannot b"lp reproducing It in full.  Th������- Mil" of the editorial is: "I'laylng  Iho  Sum" Trick."      rte.-nl  on.  "A waggish taller mil n I .Slrnl lieonn..  /-.Iberia, recently played a, practical  Joke on bs friends. Ilefnru leaving  town temporarily, h" fixed up a dummy, garbed In his old clothes, and  HiiKprmlrd it from thc celling by n rope  adjusted around the neck. When  the liillnr'H shop was found closed,  curlmiH iiolghboi'M made a, search of;  Ihe   promises,   were   horrliled   al   the j  iWCORPOBATeO 1670  The_  Hudson's^  Bav  G-Lpany  Makes the  Best Flour.  Highest  Awards at  Winnipeg  Industrial  Exhibition.  Is the leading newspaper ol  the great mining districts of  West Kootenay. It gives all  the latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  la authentic, reliable and read  able article* from unquestionable Information. 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PUBLICATION DAYS : Tuesdays and Fridays.  j������i������i&i������.������-i_f������iEi&l������&i&j&4fr  f m  I  I  fj*"  ii  pi  Two Hundred Welsh  Fusiliers Captured  LORD   ROBERTS  REPORTS    A   GENERAL  ALL   OVER  ADVANCE  LI HUNG   CHANG  DETAINED   AT  THE POWERS  SHANGHAI   BY  FURTHER   PARTICULARS   OF CHINESE   MASSACRES  London, July 26.���������The war office haa  received the following despatch from  Lord .Roberts: ������������������ Vanderwerwe Station.  July 24.���������We made a general advance  yesterday from the position we have  held east of l'otoria since July  12th. Ian Hamilton from the north  reached Rust foiltein, seven miles  north of Bronkhurst Spruit on July 22.  This so completely surrounded the  enemy's lines of retreat that they abandoned tho strong'position they had  been occupying in front of Pole-  Carew. Stephenson's brigade advanced yesterday unopposed to Bland's  lliver Station. Oar right was protected by the flrst and fourth brigades  of cavalry under General French and  General     Hutton's     infantry.  The Prince and Princess of Wales  inspected 35 Canadian invalids at the  Golden Hill conval-tnoent home, Hamp-  slead. this morning. Major Thompson introduced each Invalid to the  Prince who Inquired about their  health and, hoped all would soon be  better. He took great interest In the  French Canadian invalids.  THE BOXER WAR  LORD  SALISBURY   WILL    NOT  CEPT CHINESE BLUFF  AC-  More Particulars of Boxer Attrocities  "Washington,  July  24.���������The Chinese  minister   received     a    despatch     tl.*:*)  Tne  morning from Sheng, the director of  former crossed east of "Wilge river, railroads and telegraphs at Shanghai,  Railway and telegraph communication st;Uing that the foreign ministers  ���������was  restored, last night. were to be sent from Pekin to  "In   the supply   train     captured    at Tsin   under  Roodcval   were    200  Welsh     Fusilieru,   imperial  most  of   whom  were  taken  prisoners.  "Dewet's force is continuing to move  ncrth easterly.  likely to lose their way. Still the  position they took and gallantly stuck  w .ill day '..���������ntl-oubtedl;- pri-v-i.-ied n.  large body of the enemy from turning  the right of the attacking line and  j inflicting serious loss on the French  ' ond Japanese. General Dorward also  expressed sympathy with the Amerl-  fiins In the loss of Colonel Liscumb,  ci d Colonel Davis, of the Marine  ci.'i'ps. He commended Lieutenant  Leonard, of the Marine corps, and  t,irutenaut Lawton ,of the Ninth  regiment. and praised Lieutenant  Coollidge for his skilful withdrawal  with   the  regiment.  Chinamen from tlie walled city describe the reign of terror inaugurated  bv the Boxers before the city fell. The  Boxers killed all Chinese who had  bpen in the employ of Europeans,  holding a daily inquisition. They de-  f-apitated those suspected ot friendship for foreigners or of adopting  foreign customs. The wearing of  harrow sleeves was deemed an offense  justifying the death of the offender,  aud the confiscation of his property.  It is now believed the regular troops  and the Boxers are hostile to one  another, the troops being enraged  because the Boxers drew them into  a disastrous fltht.  Salisbury Will Not Be Humbugged.  London. July 26.���������Tho British  premier. Lord Salisbury, today noti-  lled United States Ambassador Choate  that it was impossible to accept tho  evidence so far submitted by the  Chinese, or that transmitted by the  United States, regarding tbe safety of  the foreign ministers in Pekin and  that until their safety should be thoroughly established*the British government would be unable to discuss any  nuestion of mediation or kindred mat-  tors.  Tien  escort  and  also  that the  government    was   not  only  protecting them hut has supplied them  with  food.  !    The  following  correspondence     belt was at Ropdepoort tween the president of    the    United  not   far States and the emperor of China was  brisade made public by the state department  today:  j    "Translation   of   a, cablegram     re-  follows: 'celved  jj}.  Minister Wu  on' July  19:  22.���������Colonels jiave received a message from Gover-  .Tuly 22nd, with Broadwood  behind, and Little's cavalry  following Broadwood."  Baden   Powell   reports    a.*?  "Magoto    Farm,      July  A icy and  Lushington    with    450 men nor Quan of Shang Tung, dated 23rd  drove  a  thousand  Boers  from  a very day of this moon  (July .19)  who hav-  strong    position   and    scattered  them  with considerable loss.   Our casualties  FIGHTING AT TIEN  TSIN  office leading them to disbelieve the  reports of the murders. Sir Claude  Macdonald's letter with Its account  of severe fighting in progress, merely  confirms the government's forebodings.  William Pritchard Morgan member  of Parliament for Merthyr-Tidvil,  whose knowledce" of the interests in  China is extensive. Informed the Associated Press correspondent today  that he was positive from reliable  messages from his agent that tho  members of the legations were alive  on July 9th.  CHINESE   MISSIONARIES  Think it is Time to Start for Home  New York. July 24.���������The Methodist  Foreign Missionary society of ,New-  York received the following cablegram.  "Foocho, July 21.���������Danger increases.    Missionaries leaving.  (Signed) "LACY."  In response to this the secretary at  once forwardede ?3,000 to help the  refugees to get away.  Dr. Carroll also received a letter  today from the Rev. J. H. Pyke, treasurer of the North China mission,  dated Tien Tsin, July Sth. Mr. Pyke  said the city was then surrounded by  the Boxers, they had the favor of the  regular troops and government did  not appear disposed to interfere.  London, July 23.���������The China Inland  mission has received atele gram from  Shanghai dated today, which reports  that Slanghsien, Pihaa, Cheokiakeo,  Shalkiticn and Kingtsiskuan, all mis  sion stations to the province of  Honan, have been destroyed by rioters. The missionaries are safe.   o   MPERIA.L B/*vNK  OF 0/\MADA  Head Office,  Capital Authorized,  Capital Paid Up,  Rest,  Toronto.  ��������� $2,500,000.00  $2,458,603.00  $1,700,000.00  STILL ALIVE  Stories  ing received   from   the   privy   council  at  Pekin  a  despatch  embodying    an  imperial letter to the president of the  were six killed and li> wounded." United  States, has     instructed  me to  It is not clear  whether  the supply transmit the same to your excellency,  and   the    200  "Welsh    Fusiliers The  imp-orial message is  respectfully  train  mentioned in the above despatch are  identical with the train and 100 Cameron Highlanders, the capture of  which was reported by Lord P.oberts  on July 22nd.     ������  On an Old Battle Ground.  The  following.'   despatch  from  Lord  l.oberts has also been reecived at the  war office:      "Bronkhorst Spruit, July  transmitted as follows:  " The Emperor of China to his excel-  ;i.-We marched here.today.     This is  leney the President of the United  States:    Greeting���������  "China has long maintained friendly  relations with the United States and is'  deeply conscious that the object of  the United States "_ is' intemati..,i_u  commerce.' * Neither country entertains the least suspicion or distrust  toward the other. ��������� Recent outbursts  of mutual antipathy between the peo-  the place where the Ninety-fourth was p]_ and th_ christian missions cans-  attacked on December 20th. 1SS0. The e(1 the f0rejgI1 powers to view with  graves of the ofllcers and men are in suspicion'the position of the imper-  and will now be put  ial  government as favorable  to    the  .        t '������������������    people   and  prejudicial  to  tbe     mis-.  The   march was un-  ' '     ' ,_,...  _,     rr ,  sions,    with the result that the  laku  opposed,   but   French's    cavalry    and   fo���������ts   _____    atlackcd    an(1,   captured.  Hutton's mounted infantry made a Consequently there has been clashing  wide detour on our right and met of the forces with calamitous conse-  These were quences. The situation has become  more and more serious and critical.  "We liave just received a telegram from  v. ounded.      A  good    many were also  __._ envoy> Wu Ung Fang>    aud it is  captured. Our casualties were only highly gratifying to'us'to learn that  one killed. Broadwood reports that the United States government;*-having  he captured live of- Dewet's wagons in view the friendly relations between  today.      He  was    waiting  at   Verde  fair preservation  in   good  order.  bodies   of   the    enemy.  driven back, leaving several dead and  fort until Ltttle joined him.   0   the two countires has taken a deep  interest in the '' present situation.  China,' driven by. the ��������� irresi'stable  course of events, has . unfortunately  incurred   well   nigh-universal. indig-  ENTER  GEN.  CARRINGTON.  aation.  .For., settling the,present.di           > fficulty  China places  special- reliance  THE   RHODESIANS   MEET THE BOERS in the United States., We address the  AND WIN A BATTLE. message  to  your  excellency    in    all  _____ "sincerity and  candidness,    with    the  Unfortunate   Story   of  Invalided ^pe that your excellency win   de-  An  Canadians Stranded.  London, July 25.���������A new element haa  entered into the South African campaign with the receipt of newa that  General Carrlnrton with the Rhode-  sian Horse has had his,first light, attacking the Boers and carrying tho  postlon on Selous river on Monday  after a sharp engagement, General  Carrlngton lost four killed and 19  wounded.  In thu Cape Parliament.  Capo Town, July 26.���������In the Cape  auBembly today the government Indignantly refused to acoept a motion  In favor of the repeal of martial law  In Capo Colony, made by Mr, John  Xavier Merlman, former colonial  treasurer, Mr. Uose InncH, attorney  general, expressed the readiness of the  government to repeal the law whon-  .ever a repeal should become practicable, but stated that the time had not  yet arrived. The house cheered the  government's   decision.  Railway Cleared.  London, July 2G���������An ottlcial despatch  received here from Cape Town yesterday, dated Monday, July 23, says:  "The railway northward Is now free  of Uoore. The line la slightly damaged, but will soon be clear. Captain  Fowler proceeds tomorrow to repair  the .telegraph."  Wouldn't This Jar You?  Toronto, July 25.���������A apeclnl cable to  the Morning Ttlegram, dated London.  July 24. uays: "Four Invalided Canadians from South Africa, now In the  city, completely, lack the inciiim to pay  for lodging's,' und ok a riiMiilt,h������ve to.  nle-up out In Hyde Park. . 'This morn-  lr.it two had not aufltuleiil money to  buy their breakout.  vise measures and-take the initiative  in bringing about a concert ��������� ot the  powers for the restoration of order  and peace. The favor of a kind reply  Is earnestly requested and awaitd with  the greatest anxiety.  (Signed)       "KWANG   HSU."  "Twenty-sixth year, 6th moon, 23rd,  (July   19th,   1900.)  Washington,   July 2r>.���������The state department    has    received    a despatch  from Consul General Gooron. at Shanghai,  whicli has not been'made public. ,   This despatch  contained   Information  concerning    LI  Hung    Cluing  and said that the Earl would not leave"  Shanghai at present ,but would conduct his negotiations from that place.  While no   statement to the effect wus  made there was an Intimation lhat the  powers represented In   Shanghai had  probably detained Earl LI as a matter  of precaution and In order to have the  negotiations   conducted     where   they  could be scrutinized by  the  representatives of the different governments.  Complimenting the Americans.  Tien Tsen, July 16.*���������Via    Che    Foo.  July 24. ���������-General Dorward,  the British commander,  has sent the American commander a letter   in which he  says:     "I   desire   to express   the   high  appreciation   of   the  Hrltlsh   troops  of  the   honor   done      them  of'     serving  alongside  their comrades  of  the American army and of the high honor, accorded  mo  In  having  them  under ray  i.ummand.     I blame    myself for   the  mistake  made  In  the    taking, of    the  roBltlon    by tho Ninth  regiment,  not  Londoa, July 25.���������Although the  American and British forces are working __armoniously question of means  of communication between Taku and  Pekin give evidence of jealousies between, the powers and other despatches from Tien Tsin. show the language  difficulty'has been hampering ' military operations.  A despatch to the Daily News from  Tien Tsin, dated July 14, describing  the   fighting  says :  " Colonel LIscum took the road and  was nearly isolated. General Dorward on a premature rep.ort from the  Japanese commander that the city  had been entered, ordered a general  advance, which proved a costly move.  Much valuable time was lost and  ���������rouble occasioned yesterday afternoon because the messengers between  General Gukishima and General Dur-  ward did not understand each other's  language."  The Tien Tsin correspondent of the  Daily Mail says that when the  Chinese regulars saw the Boxers, who 1  led the attack being killed, they be- j  gan to retire. He asserts, that the  admirals have, decided that it would  be useless -to move- towards ' Pekin  without at least 60,000 men.  The Standard , correspondent at  Tien ,Tsin sendst ,a curious statement  to the effect that the Russians claim  that their forces occupied Pekin two  days ago and that all the foreigners  were safe.  A Message.to France  Paris,   July     25.���������(12:30   a.m.)���������M.  Delcasse,  minister  of  foreign affairs,  has received    a telegram    from    the'  French   consul   in     Shanghai,    dated  July   23rd,   which   says:  "Li.Hung Chang has just assured  me that M. Pichou, the French minister to China, is living and has  agreed to transmit him a message  from me requesting.' a reply within  five   days.' '  *   Montrealers   Interested  Montreal, .July   25.���������Rev.Dr.Wordon I  last night received from Mr. Ogilvle, |  the big, dry-goods merchant ofMqrit-  real and father ot Mrs. Leslie one .of  the     Presbyterian    missionaries     In  China, a copy ofthe following cablegram received by him:  Dr. and Mrs. Leslie sail .tmomor-  row from Shanghai. Mrs. Leslie injured." ' -  A Chinese Official Coming  Toronto, July 25.���������Wu Yu, assistant secretary of the Chinese legation  at "Washington; sect a couple of hours  in the city yesterday on I1I3 way  through to Vancouver for. China. He  went west by way of ��������� Owen Sound  and C.P.R. steamer yesterday afternoon. He i6 very optimistic regarding the .situation in China, believing  that event* Will show that all the representatives but the Germans aro  safe-  Wu Yu  wore an ordinary    bicycle  suit and no queue,  He    bears    important    despatches  from Minister Wu at Washington.  ��������� An Important interview  London, July 25.���������The Chinese minister, Sir Chlhchon Lo Feng Lu, had  a long interview with Lord Salisbury  this afternoon.      Tho  general  situation, waa discussed and tho    Chinese  minister reiterated his belief that the  British minister to China, Sir Claude  Macdonald. and  other    foreigners at  Pekin were safe.   Lord Salisbury reiterated hia demand ��������� for direct eon-  munlcatlon  with    the    minlBte.     at  Pekin.    To  this   retort the  minister  could only" renew    his    protestations-  that it would bo speedily accomplished if feasible. ! '���������" M    ''  Despite the Chinese minister's statements   and   Sir   Claude     Macdonald's  letter of July 4th.   a strong impression continues .to tttw&U.at th* &*-  elgn office that the ministers at Pekin  were  massacred,on  July.    ""  DIRECTORS:  H.  S.   Howland,   President  T.R.Merritt,Vlce-Pres,   St.   Catherines  "William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,   Stayner  Ellas Rodgers  D. R. "Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon,     Calgary,     Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: ,        ��������� ���������  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingersoll,  Listowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thomas.  Toronto, Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton. , .  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of 91 and upwards received and interest  allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial, Municipal,  and  other  debentures  purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������  Available nt all points of Canada,  United Kingdom , "United States,  Europe, India, China. .Tapu������ Avn-  tralia, New Zealand etc  Gold   purchased.  This  bank  issues  Special  Receipts  which will be  accounted for at any  of the  Hudson's  Bay  Co's  Posts  in  the Yukon and Northern districts.  A. R. B. HBARN,  Managftr Rpvnlstoka Branch.  and the complicated internal machinery ia running, smoothly and easily  without noise or friction.  MILITIA  CHANGES  Li Hung Chang Denies    the  of Massacres  New York, July 24.���������Li Hung Chang  iu a talk with a correspondent  yesterday at Shanghai is quoted in a  copyrighted despatch in the World  as having said:  " The members of the legations are  still alive  but  the  advance    of  allied forces upon  Pekin would   pro- j  bably bo the  death   'of  every    white j mounted men  are    10  be    retained  in  Eight Companies of Mounted Men for  the North "West���������Free Ammunition.  Ottawa, July 25.���������According to a recent    order    of  the    department    the  changes   In   tbe   militia   of   Manitoba  the ' and the North "West Territories will be  as    follows:        Eight    companies    of  THE MOLSONS BANK  INOOBPORATBO BY ACT OF PaRI_IAMBNT, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  Authorized Capital  Paid up Capital  Rest Fund  ������2.500,0OO  2.170,000  -     1,850,000  DIRECTORS:  Wm. Molson MicraEasox, President;  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President; 2  W. M. Rausay, Samuel Fiklby, Hkmkt abchibalb. J. P. Cleohobn,  H. Harklaxd Molsok.  Jamhs Elliot, General Jfaiugcr.  A general banking business transacted,     Interest allowed at current  J. D. MOLSON,  Manaokk, Revelstoke, B.C.  rates  mmmuiuumimimmmmmttimmmimm  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave*  man in Pekin. The causes of the 1 Manitob:  present situation were lack of backbone and wrong policy on the part  of the Chinese government, while  drastic measures of the foreign powers  aggravated the situation. We thank  the Americans -for their friendship,  whicli we have always appreciated  and Admirall Kempff for his justice  and forbearance in refusing to join in  the bombardment of the Taku forts'.  "We are trusting America to stand by  the integrity of the Chinese empire.  "Earl Li further said that he could  restore order with less than 20,000  "white troops, and," he added, "tho  Boxers are a rabble not to be considered. I would.turn, to mv side the  imperial troops, but the powers do  not want them, ancl would not permit it."  ajid the North West. Tbe  Manitoba Dragoons are to be convened into Mounted Rifles, 45- in all  ranks. The minister of militia having  authorized the issue of free ammunition for provincial rifle matches the  secretaries of the different associations  will be good enough -.o forward to  headquarters for the quantity of ammunition required At the close of  the matches tho secretary will submit  a statement stiowinjc the quantity of  ammunition receive*? and expended,  and ship the unexpended balance to  the nearest militia store.   o   P..' 5URNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Game in season.  Table furuished with the choicest  the market, affords. Best Wines  Liquors and Wears. Large, light  bedrooms. Rates    SI     a    day.  .Monthly rate.  J.  P.ICK  KLONDYKERS  TWO BRIGADES  "Will Comprise the French Force, in  China  Paris. July 24���������The Matin today  publishes the full details regarding  the expeditionary corps of France,  which will participate in the operations of the powers in. China.  The corps will consist of two brigades, one of marines under command*  of General Frey, and the other supplied by the war department, commanded by General Bailloud. The  total French force will number 13.000.  A ROYAL GIFT  RATE $1 00 PER DAY  And Much Gold From the Yukon.-  Victoria, July 1!5���������The steamer Amur  reached here Sunday" afternoon, bringing the largest number of rich Klon-  dylcers and more gold dust than has  previously arrived from the north this  year. There is at least a million in  gold dust on board the steamer, and  90 passengers, one third of whom  made their fortunes. - Tlie general  opinion among these men who were  actually engaged in mining is that the  output for this year will be $25,000,000.  This large output is accounted for  by the fact that just as much gold is  now taken out in' summer  wintw..  as    in  A  NEW COMET  The  \j olumbia  House.  n  Good accommodation. A good :?-v:  well supplied witli choice wi.u-  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All T pain  Brown  &  Proprietors  Pool  An  Indian  Prince    Will    Contribute  ��������� Twenty Lacks of Rupees as a  Mark  of Loyalty  London',  July  24.���������In. the house of  commons today the secretary o'rttateT  for |India, Lord George Hamilton,  announced that the maharajah of  Gwallor had offered the government  a fully equipped hospital ship upon  which' it was proposed to spend 20  lackhs of rupees, for service in China  as a mark' of deep loyalty to the  Queen. The offer.was accepted. Lord  Hamilton also testified to the government's great appreciation of the generosity of those who were sending thc  Maine  to  China.  o   SMALL, POX AT DAWSON  Geneva, July 24.���������Dr. -William R.  Brooks, director of the Smith observatory, discovered a new comet this  morning in the eastern heaveaiH. Its  position was right ascension, two  hours, 42 minutes, 40 seconca, declina-  tlns north 12.degreea. 20. miiitea, .with  u northerly motl������n;  OUT OF DANGER  THE PIONEER LIVERY  aid Sala Stab le of tbe Lardeau and Trout Cake  Saddle    and     Pack  .Uor<������M'  always for hire.  FreiRhtiri  specialty.  and   Teaming   n  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every rooming at  i  for Trout Lake City.    " *-������������������--���������        >--  Ottawa, July 23.���������The department of  Interior haa received a report that  tunall pox haw broken sut In Dawson  .City. Dr. Montlg Albert, Dominion  .health ofllcer, left for there lant night  taking with' him considerable vaccine.  Ho will Ball from Vancouver for  Hkagway in the early part of August.  It Im understood that the nmall pox  waa Imported from Cape No-mo. A  quarantine will be established at thc  boundary line.  ___���������o   WINN1PKG  FAIR  o'clock  For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landi.vo  ,6th.      Tho.  ���������memberlng that troops fresh lo the Associated Press correspondent is- lu-  srenr of action und hurried fnnvard jformwi that-'not one scintilla,'of ��������� evl-'  In    the    excitement    of    attack  were dence is yet In joas-eMlon of the war  Winnipeg. July 25. ��������� Delightful  weather was again a feature yesterday, the second day of the fair, and  altogether the clrcumBtunces surrounding and Incidental to Ladlen'  Day were pleasant and agreeable. The  attendance although not quite so large  aa on tho opening day, owing to the  absence, of. the ��������� thousands of school  children, was very satisfactory notwithstanding, and the patent appreciation of the efforts of the on_cer������ and  diroctorH of tbe association must be  encouraging to those gentlemen who  have worked so hard to 'make Uie  fair the' success It veritably lt������. The  hurry and bustle of opening day was  'o'otwplcu'uUHly abyenl yenlerduy, as nil  tlie   rough  curnei'H   are  now   worn   nfi  Quebec, July 25.���������The president of  tho senate. Sir Alphonse Pelletier,' Is  now considered as out of danger, according  to the late������t repert.  __ o   MONTREAL.  LIVE    STOCK PUICES  Montreal,   July   17.���������RecelptH  of   live  stock at the East   End abattoir market yeatorday were 4B0 cattle and 500  sheep, and lambs.     Trade wus fair and  prIceH  about   the  samo  as   ln������t  week,  but some of  the cattle were ot better  duality limn has been offered here for  some time pimt. For prime, fi 1-4 cents  per pound wun paid.     Good cattle sold  ii'l  4   cents   to  ���������! 3-4   cents,   und   grasH  fed :i to 4 cents per pound,  with some  of   the   leaner  arrival!)  at.   2 1-2  ccntH  per pound.      Calves ranged  from  .2.50  i to $7.50  each.      Shippers paid  4  cents  j por   pound   for   good   sheep,   and   the  j butchers   paid   from   3 1-4   to   4   cents  ��������� per   pound    for   the   others.      Lambs  j sold at from *2.50 to $5.00  each.     Fat  hogs  sold   nt  from    5 cents    to  0 1-2  cents per pound, weighed oft the cars.  Monfronl. July 20.���������At the East End  abattoir yesterday cattle receipts were  ���������175   head,   und   Khccp     and     lambs   630  head.   The live stock market was fairly   active     ������il     Monday's     quotations.  Prime steorH were scarce.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams always ready on shortest  nntle*.      Contract*  for  Inhhlnc  taken.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  REVELSTOKE  lfp WORKS  Blacksmitbing,   Jobbing,  _  Plumbing,   Pipe Fitting,  Tinsmithing   Sheet Iron  Work,   Machinery    Ke-  paired.  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  ROBT. GORDON  RevelMolie.  BRITISH   LIVE STOCIC MAItKKTS  Liverpool. .Inly 16.���������There wan a  Htronger .feeling In the market for  American fittlle and prlceH show an  ntlviiii-i'i! ot a half cent since this day  week, while those for Canadian stuck  were firm and unchanged. Choice  i-tatrs call I'' sold' at 13 3-4 cents and  Cniiiilliins nt -.13 ocnty. * In sheep,  tniili.', v.iik slower .mid priors show a  decline since this' duy week, choice  i.'nniLdlmiH   today    Helling  at  13  cents.  "Imperial  Limited"  Daily Tourist Cars to St.  Paul.  Wednesday and Sunday to  Toronto.  Fridays to Montreal and  Boston.  Pa-sing Itevelitoke a= follows:  ���������I -lo .. Im;>������kial  Wc-o. be*!:*,  Limiti_;_;>..'_!1.3o  Pamphlet* furtiUh������d fref.  Undertaking: ird F ml. a! mi nor  R. Howson & Co.;  XICKKNZU*.   AVX.  I.'ntftll n*-*-"!****���������*-"   y*""���������''���������'  f?  I E.J. COVLE.  i A. C P. A.  1       Vancouver.  ������.C.  T. W. BitA&SHAW.  Aitat.  R-:velst9'_e ���������I  fr  fr  ���������ii  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  1.*****************-^***   ***  fr  Brushes...!  fr  Wc have just  received  a  lar-_c  ship- fr  sieni of nil kimi-i. fr  /OP-BATH BRuSUES. *  ���������.All. MIL-SUES.; fr  ���������TOOTH BRUSHES.  ������_yPOLISKl.\G BRUSHES. ������  fi__F-CLOTH BRUSHES.  If   you   ntc   requiring   Rny   Brushes,  come and sea our large assortment.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  t  f  t  r $  " ************************  Local and  General News  REVELSTOKE  ^y   du>- j? ���������������������������/ * /i^  WlLtyr   :?&Ay'  Dr. Brett is in town today.  Ask for El Presidente Cigar.  ���������B.irjrains *t M. K. Law son's  Dr. Cro5.-> left for "Winnipeg on  Monday's train.  G T. Newman, of Arrowhead, spent  Saturday In town.  G. J. Rumens left this morning lor  tlie Standard Kasin.  Thos. Taylor, .M.P.P.. is a member  of the mining committee.;  ��������� Look for M, K. Lnwsfiii's ndv.  next week.  Joe .Mni-^an left on Sunday on a  vi.it to the Boundary country."  St. Peuipiece emu; in this niori.itip  with his pack train from the ll'n;  Bond.  Smoke thc famous El Presidente.  The members of the Clara Mathes  Co. arrived in lown from the south on  ���������.Sinn-day ni^hi.  G. F. Lindmark returned on .Saturday from a siicci-'ssfnl business trip  along tbe line east.  H. V. Scott and Mrs. Scott lef*. on  Sunday evening for a week's trip in  the Ok'aiiiiKan valley.  H. .1. "Bourne want down to N.ikusp  nu Sunday accompanied by his niece,  Miss Bourne, of that place.  J. A. Montgomery returned on  Sunday from a trip to Keystone Mt.,  and the Forks of JJownie creek.  The City Band took a drive out to  lhe camp at Ramsay's lake on Friday  ���������eveuiny to .serenade the campers.  A. M. Craip, of Thomson's Landing,  <ame in on Sunday's train from the  south and registered at the Central.  The people of Trail ;vt a meeting  held last, week decided to withhold all  patronage from the Chinese for the  benefit oi while labor.  J.M. Kellie. G. B, Niipfle and R, S.  Lee, of Kamloops, lvtiirned on Sunday  .'nun surveying a claim near the  Hos-ebery, on Gaines creek.  Now that the emergency supply of  ���������SIoO.OCO has been voted, men who  li.-ivf. been working on thi-' trails ought,  Lu get their wages before long.  ���������TO���������RENT���������A cottage on Second  .-ireet, all modern conveniences. A  ��������� ilciek fi-fiin the Imperial Bunk. Apply  for particulars at tht; Hkhald otlice.  Special prayers were offered in St.  Peter's church on Sunday for the  native and foreign christians now  exposed in danger and death in China.  Tbe June Northwest Magazine is a  capital number, di-vntt'd to the city of  Winnipeg ancl full nf illustrations in  half tone "of objects uf interests in the  rising capital nf Manitoba.  "���������"V*.*. B. Pool, manager-uf the Nettie  I, and F. XV. Godsal of Pincher Creek,  Alia., who is suffering from a. severe  .���������mack of rheumatism are staying at  th������ Halcyon Hot Springs.  J. C. Kernohan. representing the  Pittsburg syndicate, which is interested  in the placer claims above Revelstoke,  un Smith creek, came in on Salunl.iy  iind registered at the Victm'ia.  As only Aid. Kilpatrick and Gordon  weie on 'band half an hour after the  time laid iluvvii for calling the city  ���������.-������������������uncil to oi-dei* on Fiiday night, the  meeting was by the l-'iles cancelled.  Dr. Mi-Kechnie arrived in town thi*;  morning tn take Dr. Cross' pracl ice  (luring the hitler's absence. The  iloctor will reside at Dr. Cross' hniiM!  mi the avi'ime and will also occupy his  up town otfice.  A. S. Pattie uud J. Ii. Mclntyre. two  Pittsburg lumbermen, who are inter-  t-Med in timber limits in tlie Big Bend,  i-i*gi--Lei-od at Lhe Central on Sunday.  They intend to go up to inspect the  limits lif-fon; returning home.  The Herald begs to acknowledge  with thanks the receipt of a compli-  mcniaiy ticket for   the   next   annua]  THE CATERPILLAR PLAGUE  Paris Green is Good .But the  Hens Are  the Eirds.  '    The farmers and gardeners of Wash-  I ingl.on   State,   like   those   of   British  ! Culiinbiii. are sullVring from  tho  cutworm.    The Seattle P..1.. says:  " According to \V .11. Brown, country fruit inspect or, one of the must,  serious problems the agriculturists of  the state have hail to fact; fur yens is  thu pri'sent epiili'inic of cul-worms.  Some portions uf this country are  fairly alive with t licin, and the damage  they do is appalling. In the While  river valley there are whole acres nf  cabbago and .ilhi'i" crops which are  cnmpiMely ruined by thu ravages of  the worms. Iu place.-, they fairly cover  the ground. Mr. Brown hud a head,  or what would have been a head of  cabbage if the worms had left it alone,  from Fremont, on which he counted  no less than 200 worms.  " The scientific name of the pest is  peridromia sauciii. In appearnce it is  a rather tlii_k-.-et black worm about an  inch and a half long, with a row of  yellow spots, six iu number, down the  middle of its back. . It is a semi-  tropical cut worm, mid has done much  damage on Southern plantations,  particularly among the tobacco crops.  It has also been found iu Mexico and  portions of California. Two years ago  it appeared in the Hawaiian islands  and destroyed thousands of acres of  crops.  "Lust evening Mr. Brown said that  the fruit as well as the vegetable  growers of the state could not afford  to lose any fiuiu in taking measures  to stop its ravages. 'I hear even noiv,'  he said, "that the y arc beginning to  climb the trees. When they (In this  limy cut fdilagc and also cut the stems  of the fruit, causing it to fall mid of  course become lost.  " 'I have been asked by many during  the past few days for a remedy for the  pest. Thfre me two great classes of  insect I'pests. The members of one  suck - like a* "mosquito, and such a  remedy as a soup wash will dispose of  them. The other class, to which the  worm belongs, eats thc foliage, and it  is more difficult' to handle. On such  plants as tomatoes a spray of one  pound of Paris giver, lo 150 gallons of  water is very effective. On the  cabbages, however, this must be used  with a great deal of cue. Another  method adapted to house plants is to  spread a mixt lire of Paris green, bran  and molasses around the roots cf the  plant.  ''"I used still another method with  good success in my own yard, and can  lvi'oiiimened it to those having only a  small garden. J turned my flock of  about 300 chickens into the yards, aiul  tliey ilis-pof ed of I he worms in iilim s  no Lime, And as long as worms were  there, tbey diiln'i injure the  plants.'  ���������'Still another method of disposing  of the worms sugg.isted by Mr. Briwn  is to sprinkle the plant and ground  with plaster of Paris. The worm eat*--  thu plaster along with the plant, with  result that when the plaster sets it  forms n very nice plaster cast of the  victim taken by himself, interior veiw.  lt i.s also of some value as a fertilizer,  being thus good for the ground, the  plant and the bug.  Sponges  Large  Consignment  Just Arrived  INCLUDING  Carriage Sponges  25c to 75c  Wool Sponges, 10c to ?5c  Mediterranean Sponges  10c to $1.50  Manruka Sponges  $1.50 to $5.00  DRUGSTORE  Geo. F. Curtis,  TAYI.OIl HLOUK.  McKenzie Ave  TAYLOR &. GEORGE.  "w LEAEHN& STORE  n  LATE JAMES GILL & CO.  We offer a  Special Sale of  All   Wool Suits  Tweed, Worsted and Sorgo Suits��������� ,  Regular Prices���������$650���������$8���������$io���������$12���������$14���������$x_ and $1850  Selling Now for���������$4���������$6���������$8���������?io���������$12���������$13 and $14  Pants! Pants! Pa-nts!!  Latest Styles and Patterns, from $1 00 to $7 00  Underwear!!!  Balbriggan Underwear at $1 00 per Suit.  Men's Cotton nnd Cashmere Hose from lOe 10 75c.  Carpets!!!  STAMPED  LINENS  LUNCH CLOTHS  TRAY OLOTHS  SIDEBOARD COVERS  CENTRE PIECES, Etc.  A full assortment of Embroidery  Silks always on baud.  M. K. LAWSON,  Mackenzie Ave.  FOR-  SINGER  SEWING  MACHINES  and supplies for all best makes  Beautiful Velvet Carpets���������worth $2 00 and $2 35 per yard���������  x-ir Selling- now for $1 40 and $1 60 per yard Ti_t  Brussels nml Tapemry Carpets ���������-  Regular Prices��������� 60c��������� 75c���������poc--$i 00���������$125���������$1 50 and $175  Selling nowfor���������45c���������60c���������70c���������80c���������9Sc���������81 *5 and 8125  Wc cut hikI lay Linoleums free of cIhuko .���������-_���������___________.  Boots and Shoes  We liave the largest rind most select stock of perfect fitting  Boots nnd Shoes in the City whicli wo. offer for 20 per cunt,  less Iini" you'can buy them elsewhere.  lion't forget thnt money saved Is money made."  CAU. AND SEE US. NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS  CALL UPON  J.W.Bennett  MACKENZIE AVE.  Red Roue Degree meets second and fourth  Frldayn ot each month; Whlto Koso Decree  meets flrst Friday of each month,In Oddfellows'  Hall.   Vlsltlnir brethren woloomo.  WM. MATHERS,  ������������������������������������*, Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658,  Secular meetings are held In tho  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third Friday of each month, at 8 0.111, sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  III! .  THOS. STEED, W.M.  H.NMI������H  TAVLOR fi GE0RCB  The Wide-Awake Business Men,  McKenzie Avenue.  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  Is not in it with our prices on  Watches and Clocks  CALL AND SEE  GUT BARBER, Jeweller,  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  B. R ,T. Vice Grand Master Banquetted  Lodge No. 51 ot lhe Brotherhood of  Railway Trainmen took occasion of  the visit of their First "Vive Grand  Master, XV. ii. Loe, who arrived last  niicht from the south, to tender him a  dinner at the Hotel Revelstoke.  Punctually at 10 p. 111. the hrelhren  and guests to the nuuilier of almiit  twenty sat. down in the handsome  dining room of the hotel to a recherche  dinner of several courses, served in the'  first class style for whicli the Revelstoke i.s noted. After the )������oiid things  had heen disposed of a pleasant social  time was spent liy those present and  Mr. Lee's visit will be lw.fi reinemlier-  ed ns 11, red letter day liy t.he ineinlieis  of the Revelstoke lodge of 13.I1.T.  Baker  AND      .      .  Confectioner  Court   Mt.  Begbie  I. O. F., No. 3461.  Meets in the Odilfel-  Iowh" Hall.on thn second  mid fourth Mondays of  i'lieh month. Vlsltlm.'  hrelhren invited to at-  tend.  11. R. ATKINS, C. W.M1TCIIK1...,  Ohlef Ranger. IfecvSeo.  yenrs  Chief  Bread - Delivered - Daily  CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK OF  NEW  GROCERIES  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  lloyal Pehool of Mines, London.    Seven*  at  Morfa   Works,  Swansea.     1"   vcars  Chemist   to Wigan Coal and Iron Co.,   Eni',  Late Chemist and Asiaver, Hall Mines, Ltd,  Claims examined and reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Deer Heads,   lilrds, Animals,' Etc., preserved'  nml mounted.  TIIIKD STREKT. EAST OF8C-H00U1OU8K  Give Your Teeth  Attention   ....  When they first need lt, hefore thev  Klvc >(Mi |ir.in, thereby avoiding neeri-*-  less suffering Riid usssiiriiiu morn sntis-  fiielory and permanent work, and ut less  cost, limn if left nittll the latter stages*  of decav.  DR.  BURGESS, Dentist,  :    :    :    :    Taylor lllock.  EDISON'S  STANDARD  PHONOGRAPH  THE  FRED   ROBINSON   LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED,  On and after this date our prices for Cut Firewood will  he as  follows:-  6100 Per Cord at Mi_l  $2.00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH.  FRED ROBINSON, ��������� ���������      '   ��������� Managing Director.  ���������--.!  litlOll-  _ti"m:_ej  table.  STEAMSHIP    '-LARDEAU"  Running' Between Arrowhead  and  Thomson's Landing..  Comnu'iicin?   .T-.in'e   I0th. moo,   will   sal: a>  follows   (weather pcrmitiiiiu).  Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and (.oimipii-**-. at "o'cloek dally.  Leave Thomson's Landing and Comaplix for  Arrowhead ft'. 17 o'clock daily  Connecting With All C.P.R. Trains  and Boats.  The owners reserve the right to change  times of sailings without notice.  FRED.  ROBINSON,  Manama-*-; Director.  ���������thfc���������K-n inlriopsi -A'trricnl-*"  ��������� nml A-.iix-iiition which takes pl.ii.-e un  .Septeinli     __.0t.li. 27th r.n 1 2Sch.  There wa*-, 11 fire in Morris Ander-  -nii's _-l.-i!il", near the sawmill on  Friday nisrlil. The liuilding was so  fat* from a hydrant that the I10.se  could not. lie of any service. A quantity  ��������� if hay and tome chickens were lost in  the i-Iahle.  The .Mi.'s"? Hiilili****. of Vantouvcr.  uiui have lieen .--pendiiij,' a few weeks  in Kootenay will j;o through on their  way home minfirrow fron; the Glacier.  Muster Mechanic Holil.s will join them  here unci after accompiitiyiiijj them  to  I he coast, will in the ennr.-e of a few  days- gu east to Montreal.  \V. G. Lee. of Cleveland. Ohio, Fiist  Vice Orai'.d Master of the Brotherhood  i.i Railway Trainiiien, who  i<  11ml.ini.  II 1 ������������������in- nf in-peilion of tlu- vario-is  l.i.l'.'es nf the Order, -arrived from the  Miolh nn Monday e\'eninj.'. Ho wn-  eiitertaiiied at it lianquet al the Hotel  Ke>*i-l=t(i!:e. an aiidtint of which  ii',i|ikiI5 in another column.  ���������\ cpfci.'tl ineetinK ofthe council wi'h  call.!! fur la-.' niirlit t" discn-s- the  iipp'iim ment cf :i city scavenger and  the ,..!,_. (,f ilie city dehetitiiie-i. fin-  which .111 otfer In'**** heen received from  the Ij.ink nf H.liiiillnii at, par, hut 11-,  onlv th- M.iviir snirl Aid. Kilpatricl*  and ffiir-inii turned up. there was no  qiluruni .-.nd nn meeting.  Drowned in the Illecillewaet.  Tii- fiiues.il Kink place at f) a. 111. thin  tiiiiruiutr nf .Ifi*-*. Wiliski. a Pole, who  met hi-de.i! h yestet-d.iy hy drowning  in 1 In- Illecillewaet. river. The  deceased lielontred to a section ganf:  which was \vni-kiii': on tlie Arrowhead  liranc-ii. near the crossing of the  Illecillewaet. He had eaten his dinner  with his companions and declared his  intention of uoitig* in tor a hathe in  ih������ river. He went down to the river  alnne and that was the last seei: of  him until the rest of the. party were  startled by a cry from the water and  saw his arm sticking up ahove t.he  surface, as tho swift, current curried  the unfortunate man. who was quite  nnahle to swim, along. When the  Ixidv was recovered life was quite  ���������-���������_r.iiii.-t.. Deceased was 11 man (it  .iluair, 55 yeai-sof uife and a Roman  ���������C-ii.holic."  The burial service, was con-  ��������� lui-led by Rev. Father Thayer this  iii.*: nice.  The August Ladies'. Home .Journals   NOT ICE  Notice i? herehy rive: to purchasers of lots  in Block '-A." To'.cn 01 (evelMnice, .:herw,.-e  known a������ the "Mara Toxisite Property," that  all instalments on aero itic of purchase are to  be paid to John D. 5 ;!>bald, liara Town_lte  Agent, and to nooiher person.  J. A. MARA,  Teacher Wanted.  LnrRcnnd Well Lighted  Sample Hooms   Heated by Hot Air and Electric  ..       ,,     .,..,,���������.      Hells and Light in every room  I'reo Hns Meets All Trains  Heasonable Kales    -^."HOTBL 'VIOTOE/IA-...  JOHN V. PERKS, Proprietor. -  .,   ', N.ih'ht Grill ilo 1^1 iu ('���������.unuulinn for the Convenience of Clncsts  "c"tw������pSlfotel and Station IfS������^OstSBCtf f   io^o  ���������l*'l''f'l'*l**i*-l**l--l.+.M*-i*'l**l**I-*_������l*'l''_'*i***-l**_'_'l'  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  , >���������������  t  fr  fr  *  t  fr  fr  Willi all the latest improvements  ���������will take und reproduce records.  I'rlcc f-5 complete, Including  Heeorder, Keprodticer, llrrss Horn  Tapphlre Mhaviin; Knife, Unr  Tillies, Camels Hair Krnsh, Oil  I'an���������also half a do/en recordri and  books of instruction.  I   C. J. AMAN  *  T - -  ���������f****+*'f"I"H"H">+'H������I"l"I"T������I������f'I"I������f'  NEW LIN KOI'  STATIONERY  JUST OPKSKD.  <t-t+-M++*+*M'+*+*****+'i'*****-l-  fr  4< Wc Repair   I WATCHES  CLOCKS,  (ind all kinds of Jewullcry  If tlie   work   is  not satisfactory we  refuml your money.  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK t  11 ml stiincl bv our gunriintue. ������!���������  Wo also curry n. pnfi'I line of Wntches *i*  ���������*������   Aiul Jowfllury,* which we disiiOhe of tit ������5*  ���������$���������   moderiilc prices. *}���������  I E.M. ALLUM, 1  2                      The Lcadinc j,  _������.                       Watchmaker and Jeweler. ^.  J,   Firsl Street, next door to Herai.ii oRleo. if  *  *  T'HTTTTTTTTrr  Cleanliness  Is Next to Godliness . .  If ynu want yonr- scavengerini;  work done in a clean and economical way send a card to  F. SAUNDERS,  REVKLSTOKE STATION.  Four short stories the heginninsr of  one serial, anil the cnncludingchapteis  of another give the August Ladies'  l-Joine ."Journal claim to the title of  Midsummer Story Xumher.. There  are besides upward of thirty other  features: "(Jollege Girls' Larks and  Pranks," "The Haunted HonseofNew  England," "Stiii'.mei* with Son-e  Chipniiinks," "A _ Iissionary in the  Ci'reat. West," hy Rev. Cyrus Tnwr.-  send Di-ady, "Hhw a Girl Can Work  Mer Way through College." "Conversation aiul Good Form in Puhlic  Places,"eli'. Pictorially ��������� the Anim-H  .Journal is made unusually sumptuous  hy the work nf nine illustiatois and  hy innumerable photographs.Thi-nu^li  I-*iftni-i���������ijno America" will command  p.n 1 iculai- attention, and Howard  Chandler Christy's "American Girl in  Society" is another notable artistic  feature. A waltz, "Golden Poppies."  is all lined to the sluiuhf-iotis summer  days and is exceedingly pretty. From  cover to cover the August Journal is  entertaining and at tractive, liy lhe  Cutis Publishing Company. Philadelphia. One dollar a year; ten cents  a copv.  For Comp.-plis Fehool; lady prm'errocJ. hold,  ini; ccrt{ri,'iite. Uiui**- to commence Aiicu-1  1:1th. Salary J-'-O aer mentn. Apply, siatini;  qnalificmions, to.T. W FA IKK ALL, e'erreta.-y-  '1 rea--nrer, C-rnnapiix, B. 0.  To Rent.  _-*nrnished Room-; xc.W.i���������all fonveniencc.  S. CKEimMaN, Macleciixic Ave.  To Rent.  Store on First fired. 1!_ !>I"ckK ivest nf  Imperial Hank; d;men>l(m*-2lx.',n. plat" irla-v  front; ready for iii'cupancy after ibe IO1I1 of  Aogn-it.   Apply al this otlice.  For Sale.  I'lann to rent nr f^ir sr.lr. cheap;  well "iiiinied Lot-! on Third street.  J. M.Senti.  al'n   two  A ppiy 10  Jas. I. W"oodrow  ^UTGHER  Retail Dealer nt���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly illicit.  corner Po-ipUm     "RFYPT'S^OT?}1   B (_  and Kiii^Streetn    A.^. I L,iT������B _. W_\l_,, U.VJ-  BETEI^STQKEi  SMELTER  TOWNSITE  m  is?)  Crane's Bond  Wedgewood  Kid Finish  Silurian  are a lew of the line lines of paper ne  have now in stock.  All grades of lioxcd stationery.  THE.  CITY EXPRESS  K. W. ]J. I'AliET, 1'i'op.  Prompt delivery of parcels, luiscitgu, utu., fo  any purl uf the City.  Any Kind of Transferring'  Undertaken  All orders left at. lt. M. Snivtlie's Tobacco  store, or by Telephone No. 7_jBt_r will receive  prompt attention.  FIELD &  E WS,  IJriiBjrLsts,     ;- - lirown Block  NHiHT BKI.L.  YOUR  h H h h  Now is tho time to call and arrange  for a SI'RlXi; SUIT and un OVKBCOAT  ���������Splendid line of Suitings, Newest  Kashion Plates, good workman '  iianship.  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  LEWIS BROS.   .    .   ..UCCKSSOIia TO FAYKTTK BUKEK    .   .  _F,I3_T-A.2<raiJri-IJ- _E?.I[3-A.T_i ESTATE  ..FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE..  Money to Loan on Easy Terms.  Rents Collected.-  One door east of Molson's Bank  W... .^-,__^_-_J__-__r_J,_-l___  I  l(������i  #  B{  wJ  R. H. MAYNE,  SOLE AGENT  ..LOTS FROM $150 UP..:  -ON   EASY   TERMS-  <4Mt*44������000<M!444f4(0������������������44l44*0A  Uc Per Cent  L^ Reduction  ON ALL SUMMER GOODS  which Includes���������,  LAWN SPRINKLERS  ICE CREAM FREEZERS  Only TWO RMFRTG ERATO RS  WATER COOLERS  WATER FILTERS  COAL OIL STOVES  Dont forgot to ask for the discount.]  Thia o fer is open to the end  of  lhe  nio.t.ii.  <~v.W. M. Lawrence  Hardware. Tinware. Stoves.  I'alnts. oils and Glass.  ARcnt for Hamilton Powder Co.  HANDSOME TAILORING...  BY EXPERT DESIGNERS _-.���������*___-_a,  When tliliiK-liiK of yonr .-Jnnimor Snltyon  niiiiirnlly dwell on the uniiLriustund nni.st  ���������affective to hu had. IIanilv a thoii-lit  occurs of Inivlni; n'cMininniiplnce suit ,,r  trousers, no miiitcr limv inilirforeiit von  uuiy.lie aliout other Ihlincs. When vou  want the best, il is w i.-.e tn pluee vour  order where ym-.'re llliclv to cet" th<;  correit thlnjt II wc iiuiIju vour Suit,  we liromise you a ill-itincilv: c\cln.-iv,!  style with all the earmarks (if the llnc-l  imported confections.  In the matter of price, we can sul vou at  ease by saying that you'll be iiefeciiblv  snrpri-ed at thc moderateness.  Heller let us design vour suit or trousers:  we promise you all'the satisfaction vou  ciin possibly pet from bavinjr 11 Suit ivith  tbe air of the Kc.w York or l'ari .  , creiitlons, anil ill |irices whicli wilt  appeal to you us helns RstunlsliIiiKty low.  J. B. Cressman....  REL?A\QNr  Hoase  Located   at   thc  famous   Canyon   of    the  Columbia.  -MKALS AT ALL HOURS.  I'fCIAltS AN1) SOKT IJKINI'.S.  SI'LE.VDin CKOUX������S J''OK J'lCN'If.'S.  KXQUISITE VIEW OV TIIK CANYON'.  SWINGS, ETC., ON TIIK GROUND.  J. F. MACLEOD,  PROP.  VV E hereby notify the smoking  public that the Cigar Makers' Union  have resolved to permit members of  the Union to work in our Factory,  and UNION CIGAR MAKERS arc  now at work with us.  THOS. LEE, Pi'opi'ii'tiir.  **************************  ��������� R. H. MAYNE,  I! '  Notary Public arid Insurance Agent.  BUY  A GOOD ABTICLK FOR VOUR  MONKY  ON  RECEIVING IT, PAY FOR IT   AND ASK  NO  CREDIT  YOU WILL FJ.VI) OUR GOODS FIRST-CLASS:  NEVER  KEEP OLD STOCK.  IN ORDER TO DO THIS YOU MUST BEAR IN  MIND  THAT. WELL, IT IS NEEDLESS TO SAY,  THE  0>"LY WAY TO DO IT IS TO BVLL FOR  CASH  J "A LOCAL INDUSTRV   J  ..:... .OF PUBLIC BENEFI  I   .   .. *���������-   I THE REVELSTOKE      ,  I STEAM LAUNDRY..  IS BOTH  Tin' Proprictiir ivqupsts j'oiif  patroiiiige on the ulinvo-facts.  First ' Cliiss' Miichiriery" and  First Class' White Help, ensures ' First Class Work. A  tiial 'order is solicited from  outside points, or from residents' of .Kevelstoke who are  not already on our list of  patrons.   *  -  Savag-e Bros.  FAMILY GK.0CERS,  Second street  P. BUKER,  Proprietor,  % TELEPHONE JfO. _3.  ���������*  ******~i"Xr*****************jp  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  t  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ���������;���������������  >->  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *  ���������J-  fr  *  i


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