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 /    Jt,  /  S     V^" \^~-'  IU U  -ISSTJE_D   -TV7-IO_B-A.-"W"_E]___lIC ��������� TXJES3DA.YS   J^ISTID   PE/IDATS-  *-i^_  I  fe  ll;  Vol' IV.    No.  SO  REVELSTOKE. B.;G., KHIDAY,  JUNE 22, 1900.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.-  feY" *1w "Vv**** MrC. .9^ft' Rrt-'S'Xfl '������������������S.Yi S_S^r_?_i'irZf_____c_'-Vt  C. B.HUME  &C0.  Parasols   \N!>   Umbrellas  We are now-opening a choice  line of Umbrellas and Pnra-  sols���������newest and prettiest  selection in the City.  CHILDItKNS' at   35(J ���������*$ | .50  LA.MES'at    $|.25$8.0)  UNDERWEAR  Tn Ladies' and Chiidrens'  Underwear we are now  showing the neatest things  to be seen anywhere. Prices  are surprisingly low.  THE POLITICAL SITUATION  Hosiery  Attention is called to our  lines oi" Ladies'. Gents' and  Chiidrens' Hosiery. Our  comfort hose is the very  latest idea in these goods.  ���������The legs are cotton and the  feet natural wool. They-ab-.  sorb the perspiraiion' and  promote health, and tit the  same time are light and cool  We have these hose in gents'  and Ladies and there is a  bifi run on them.  Spring  Neckwear  The hite.-t* Spring Novelties  in Neckties are now on view  in.our store. If you want  something ne-it and fashion-*  a-ble come and inspect our  stock of these goods.  \  Carpet  Our great drive in . Carpets  still continues���������25 per cent.  discount. Money saved is  money made. By buying  _our___.Car_pets_y_o.u__can__make_  some.  HOUSE  FURNISHINGS  In Wall Paper we are offering special inducements this  spring in the way of low  prices. We have a big stock  to select from a- d those  needing Wall Paper will  find it to their advantage to  inspect our line and get. our  prices before purchasing elsewhere. Our Window shades  and curtain poles are new  and artistic.  pi  I  Groceries  We are always on the top in  this line; being the heaviest  purchasers we can afford the  choicest goods at the lowest  prices.  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.  C. B. Hume & Co.  The history, of the past week has  certainly yielded to none in interest in  provincial politics. The resignation  nf Mr. IVIiii-tiii. wliich was expected  was followed hy the selection of Mr.  .1., Dtiiisiuuir as his successor, which  certainly was not looked for iu this  portion ofthe province at all events.  Then followed the meeting ��������� of the  convention of members elected as  opponents to Mr. Martin, the first  session of which was marked hy the  dramatic signature of it telegram lo  Ottawa snggestingthat the Lieutenant  Governor's usefulness had departed.  Tliis telegram, unprecedented in the  history of the Dominion, was rendered  still further noteworthy iu that it was  signed hy the three gentlemen, who  had only three days hofore taken  ollice as His Honor's advisers. On  Wednesday this extraordinary protest  of the representatives of an electorate,  goaded heyoud the usual limits of red  tape and oliicial etiquette hore fruit  iu a demand from Ottawa of Mr. Mclnnes' resignation. Determined t.o  maintain the interest of the piece t.o  tlie drop of the curtain liis Honor  refused to do anything of tlie kind  and left nothing for the Federal un-  thoril ies to do hut. to take the course  of dismissing him. Wednesday too  saw the various denominations opposed  to JMf. Miii-Liii united into a govern-  iiient parly pledged to support Mr,  I)iiiisuiuir through the short sessii-n,  whicli will uotne oil' next, mouth to  pass the estimates and perform whatever other routine business is absolutely necessary for the proper conduct  of the government nf the province.  After the session at which no  legislation of a content ioii'si'uitiire is to  lie introduced there is to be a reoiga-  t1i7_.-1t.inn of the cabinet. Such in brief  is the history of the'political week.  The IIkkamj is of I he-opinion that in  view of all the i-iri-iiiiistaui.es of the  case, especially the probability of both  Hon. O. H. Mackintosh and Chas.  Wilson, Q. I... being declared members of the legislature by the courts,  that, the convention arrived at a  common sense and public spirited  solution of tiie dillicullies surrounding  the political situation at present  existing in tliis pro\inee.  2 9������i^P������*3MH^������������������������3M^������������������i������������������K������������^f������l^������J������0t^������JM^kl������lt������JN������A WHMMHMMM*������IHHHHf**JWMHf������*lt*i$  GREAT DEPARTMENTAL STORE  j i ������iSXSS>X������������S)SXsX^^  AN IMPOBTAl-tT OCCASION  ..IN MILIilNEBiY..  TREBELLI-  Opera  A   Rare   Musical   Treat   at the'  House on Monday Evening.  Antoinette Trebelli, (Millie Dolores.)  wiio will appear here ou Monday next  at the opera house sang in Calgary last  I'Yiday.   The. Calgary    Herald   .says:  ������������������Mdile Trebelli was of course the  principal attraction, and there was  but one opinion concerning her. The  ii.-ime (if Trebelli . was one. lo conjure  w.ith some years ago when Madame  Trelielli 1-tit tini was the most admired  vocalist in I'-iirope. Her daughter has  funnel it necessary to change her inline  lo avoid confusion,* hut she will be  Trebelli to every lover of'good music  Millie. Trebel'i* is-gifted'with a iii.-ii."  vellou.-ly pure and clear siiprnio ,of  extensive range, and she is also a ladv  nf the most attractive manner and  great histriouic ability. The selections  set opposite lo Iier name in last night's  proganiine were such as showed the  range and flexibility of her voice. She  at. once captivated her audience ami  was frequently interrupted by enthusiastic outbursts of applause."  , Monday,*���������Trebelli! .  At this Store all goods muBt be pold in their^season. In fact we insist on closing out  many lines long before the season is; ended; which is emphatically true of our  Millinery. That's why we inaugurate a. Clearance Sale of our Untrirrimed and  Ready-to-Wear Hats which .we are. going to >let go at half price and less. Every  Hat is perfect and ofthe latest New York Styles.'.The hats are suitable for Summer  and include styles and sizes for Ladies Misses and.Children. Ort Saturday morning  the first lot go on Sale at this rate. ���������-'...���������..".  White and Colored Rustic and Smooth Sailors���������Misses' and Chfldre'n's Hats,  all colors and a big variety of Styles���������Ready" to Wear Hats in different  Styles. SATURDAY, MORNING YOU^CHOICE FOR . -.\: . . .  This is the chance of a lifetime to buy .at. .such .remarkable small prices,  and no woman within reach, of this Store.should miss it. Come Saturday  if you can and watch this column of announcements.  ?!  I  50C  Wedding Whistles.  A very quiet but exceedingly pretty  Wedding look place last- Monday at  Illu'cillewaet, at the residence of- Mr.  A. Stewart, general, "merchant * and  postmaster. The chief contracting  parlies were Sherwood Foley of t.h������<</.  I-.. R. agency'iit Field, a popular and  efficient ollicer of the Company, who  vowed the vows of matrimony to Miss  Mary Mitchell, who has resided iu  Illecilliwaet for two years past. The  ceremony was performed by Uev. S. J.  Thompson tlie Methodist Minister of  this city, who-tied tiie indissoluble  knot in his usual solemn manner in  ih'e.preseuce oflhe immediate relntives-  of the parties. The hi ide was becomingly dressed in white witli veil and  wore orange flowers and marguerites.  After the ceremony the party sat. down  to a sumptuous luncheon which was  partaken of wilii merriment and  happiness on every face. The health  of the bride and .bridegroom was proposed by Air. Stewart in a happy  speech. Thanks were given by the  happy pair, and there being no church  bells in Lhe town to ring a merry  greeting engine No 409 gave a salute  which made the Rnekies sing <i*_raii*.  The UiiitAi.u   joins   in   c'uiigi'.aulii-  t'.ons.  A Shirt Waist Sale  Very special prices on these . very  attractive Shirt Waists. They are  every one the most correct cut. and  patterns of the season's styles, and  all in beautiful colorings, Pt'iipes  and plaids, a kind that will delight  those who come early enough to  choose from the assortment before,  they are all disposed of  Two dov.en fine Cambric and Percale 'Shift  WaUis, French back, full front, fancy stripes  and colors. Regular J?1.50.       Saturday.$1.00  Two dozen Muslin und Cambric Shirt Waists  in plaids and colors. Regular.$1.25 and SI.  Satnrilay     35c  Some Silks  for Saturday  They will cost you much less than   (hoy  are  '. wortli.    Will yon come to share in them.  Choice of  Ladies' Costumes  Up to $17 for 12.50!   ������������������ im,  Your choice of the remainder .of those" swell  Sample Suits, Homespun material, made in  Eton tight fitting and fly front styles. Every  -garment is specially well tailored. These  suits are unquestionably the grandest  oppnrlunit v of thu season.,. Saturday votir  choice : ".$12.50  c^  Corset Vests  and White Goods  *VV _-,inay reasonably expect busy sales iu the  Underwear Department tin Saturday with  SucFi low prices as these to attract shoppers.  T������������dies', Corsets, fine Summer netting, long  and'medium waists. 5 hook clasp, in white.  Saturday ." .' '.... ,70c  .Ladies Vests, fine ribbed Swiss, in colors.  White and Ecru, short sleeves.' neatly  trimmed with Silk Ribbon. Regul'-tv pi-ice  20c and 23c. Saturday  2 for 25c  Lndies' Corset Covers, trimmed  'All sizes.     Saturday for   with Luc*���������   .25c  ii  Epworth League.  The discussion nf the important  question of the proper observance -)l  the Sabbath, ns a day of rest-and  worship was taken up by Mr. K. How-  sou in the-Epworth League ou Monday  night. Specific forms of the desecration of the day were pointed ont, such  the unnecessary opening of tlie C. P.  R. shops. .Sunday travelling, tho  Sunday funerals, "parades of societies,  engaging in ordinary games such as  hall, lawn tenuis, croquet, fishing and  hunting. All things that hinder either  the rest or worship of men should be  carefully avoided. A large attendance  und a marked interest in the subject  was manifested.  $6.50 Bicycle  Skirts $5.25  Bicycle Skirt Material, iii light and medium,  tan and brown mixtures. ReguWr $6.50���������.  Saturday $5.25  "P'aiicy-sujLUiXu.er-^--^-  Hosiery  ' HOW DOES YOUR TASTE RUN  We have an almost exaustless variety.of the  very prettiest colorings and . effects.'you  could imagine. All kinds of fancy patterns  and Lace, work and the prices are from 25c to  75c. a pair. --Some beautiful ones -in black  and colored stripes���������will suit those who  admire a particularly lovely stocking.  Ladies'     Gowns. . Heavy    Cotton',  ���������i-iminedwith lace: . .Saturdav   neatly" 1   75c  \mr  June the Great  Wash Month  The present,month is on record as  the greatest ofthe year for ��������� Wash  Goods selling. Already we have  had increased business, but we  have planned for, still larger, and  Wednesday's programme��������� offers the  values that will do it.  350   Yards  Fancy   Slripeil   Piques,     white  grounds,-with blue, pink and navy  stripes���������  a splendid firiii*(|uiihty for blouse or skirt.'  Regular 25c - .Saturday loc  250 Yards Extra' Fine Scotch Gingham, |flrm  .qualities, reliable'washing goods, regular 18  20 and 25c.     Saturday 15c  150 Yards White Tucked Apron Lawn. 36  inches wide, good quality. Regular 20c.  Satin-day       loc  Trunks  and Bag's  ���������T~F  OO  -Weare'inakingspeciHl prices'onTrunks'ntid"  Travelling Bags. Saturdav morning the  new prices take effect.  Umbrellas  On Sale Saturday  Ladies' 23 inch. Silk and Linen Umbrellas,  Steel Rod and Paragon Frrine, Fancy  Handles. Saturday  $!._������_  Young Men's Club.  At a meeting held in the Conservative committee rooms on Wednesday evening with Pres. McLunchlit.  in tlie chair, it was resolved lo foi iu a  Young Mens' UI till under the auspices  ot the Conservative Association, wliich  club will have the use of the hall for  11 recreation and reading room and if  feasible ;*. gymnasium later on. ��������� B.  Crick, A. K. Kincaid, W. Nicholson.  R. Gordon, S. II. Lawrence and XV.  Smythe won- .appointed a committee  to get members and to report at an  adjourned meeting to be held on  Saturday evening at 8 o. k. in the  same place.  No. s Company R. M. Hangers.  A general parade will be held on  Monday 21.. inst.. at 7:30 p. in. at tlie  aruioury, when all members are to be  piesent. The men will be drawn into  classes for shooting and arrangements  made for smoking concert.  Thomson* E. L. Tayi.oh.  ���������  Lieut. Commanding.  CARPET ATTRACTIONS/  Buying good Carpets means a very big item  of expense when you're furnishing or fixing  up and every few cents even that you can  save on each yard makes a very great differ  ence to your purse*  reductions  extra  They will mean a  You'll   find    Saturday's  pleasing   for   that reason.   \\  considerable sum "to the  PORTLAND CAPITAL  Making Heavy Investments in thc  Fish  River Camp.  Gaiiet H. Van Ilouten and Dr. C.  W, Cornelius weie among those who  visited the Fish River camp in the  Hist part of tlie present month and in  company witli Prof. F. R. Blochberger  of Rossland, managed to see considerable of the country. Mr. Van Hoiilen  has had considerable experience iu  mining in Cripple Creek, ('nl., in  Alaska and elsewhere. Dr. Cornelius  formerly owned extensive mining  interests in Southern Oregon, and his  operations have been successful. Dr.  Cornelius was unfortunate during the  trip, as he sprained his ankle while  examining some Lardea'.i properties,  and was compelled to return to his,  home before he had finished his tusk.  Mr. Van Ilouten. wliile here, established epiite a reputation as a mountaineer.  For nearly to weeks he was out in the  mountains in the Lardeau traveling  on foot from 20 to 30 miles per day  inspecting the various properties in  which he and his Portland frienits are  interested. While here he visited and  inspected the Lardeau properties of  the Skylark Mining company, and of  the Evening Mining company.  Mr. Van Ilouten expressed himself  as greatly pleased wit.li the showings  of the properties which he has examined, und is of the opinion that they  will, witli proper devulopment, make  mines. He further stated that he was  satisfied Hon. D. II. McLauchlan, Mc.  Samuel H.'. Davis and others were  fortunate in becoming interested in  such valuable properties. il would  tend to restore the confidence of Portland investors in mines, some of whom  had heen unfortunate in their investments in Kootenay mines..  Like all shrewd mining men, Mr.  Van Houteii is quite an observer, and  very reticent in his judgment aliout  mines and mining matter. Bis intentions ai e to put considerable, money  in developing their property on Fish  river in Laideau. in which he himself.  Hon. McLauchlan, Sam II. Davis and  Professor Blochberger hold the controlling interest, these ores on these  firoperties pay good sflver values, and  ikeagreat many, also high gold values  Mr. .Van Houleu will be up again  before long to start two shifts and  direct the work: in developing these  promising properties,  A Drillirious Yarn.  The Slocan Drill has lit on a teriible  nightmare or male's'nest, one of the  two. In its last issue it spun the  following yarn, which makes good  copy but seems to lack viasseinb 111 ce:  Tuesday evening last week the Silver  Lead Mines Association held a meeting  in Nelson, at. which'there wasja prelly I  full -attendance ,of Slocan members, j  What >v,*is done there is. of course,  very much of a secret; but, if tlie storv  told The Drill be true, there are dark  days in store for this country���������darker  than has yet been. This paper does not  seek to he. an alarmist, but the situation  looks bad. In substance the story told  The Drill is:  Tlie mine' owners feel acutely the  results of the election on Saturd.-iylast;  the solid vote of the Mineis' Unions  coming much as'aii uncxpert surprise.  They feel tlie Unions will exert their  power to the detriment of the.owneis.  who are prepared to resist the same  by lhe closing down of every mine in  the country. 'Many contend" they cannot make theii- mines pay under the  existing order of things, and the As-o-  ciation will endeavor to obtain the  repeal of the eight hour law, bringing  the wage scale back again to 10 hours  nnd $3.50. Failing this, t hey will close  every mine they control. Jananese  labor is not thought desirable". One  owner is credited with remarking lhat  so long as'the Unions derteimine to  exert theii* influence ai ix. political  factor, just, so long would he closedown every property he has jurisdiction over. *  The above information was given  The Drill Wednesday and it is left to  the public to determine if it be true  or not. As if to lend color to the  statement, liy the down boat from  Denver that day" came the foreman  and seveirme'ri-wh'crhad'b^eiy-w'orkiiig  on the California near that town.  .The -mine had closed down the day  before*. When asked the reason, the.  tneu said they did not know, unless  it Was o win' to tlie elections.���������Slocan  Drill.  Fish River Camp.  Four men have been working for the  last three weeks on a contract on the  Pontiac property, situated just above  the Mohawk.  Chas. McKay, M. Beaton and XV.  Stratton liavebeen doing assessments  on Lexington Basin.  Mr. Woods, the mining engineer f<u-  the various properties whicli Jackson  of Rossland has bonded iu the camp,  took up 14 men la������t week to work on  the Black Bear and Wide West properties. T. Downing went up with  the party.  The Banner ernup nn Lr-xingtnu  creek is another properly in which the  same people are interested and which  Mr. Woods intends to open up this  season.  TIEN TSIN BOMBARDED*  Nothing Heard of Admiral Sey-'  mour for Six. Days*  THE REPUBLICAN  CANDIDATES  List of Canadian Casualties,-���������Tht Three  New Cabinet Ministers, -who Complete*  the Dunsmuir Administration,���������Japan'  Intends to Chip into tlie Chinese Melee*  With Effect.  VincoiiA.MA. .June '-ti.' -Reports thut  the loieign minister wits mtmlered ut  Pekin and also-the death* of. Admiral  Seymour., although- viewed wilh'  suspicion, have created a profound*  fi-nsation. The press* expresses the'  opinion that Japan must,, with or  without orders from, tlie powers,'  adopt active measures.  Shanghai; June 21.���������Tin* British-  destroyed Waiting, at Chefoo reports-  that nothing has heen heard from.  Admiral Seymour's force for.-ix days.  PlLtt_.suKt.i.'Hi.\. June2L���������_VlcKinley  and I-tuosevull have been unanimously  nominated candidates for president  and A-ice-president respectively.  London. Jvne 21.���������-The alliecl powers'  held the Takn-forts and- will advance-  v> the relief of. Tien Tsin when in'*  suflicient strength. Troops .-ire-  expected, from Honj; Kong and Whei"  Wei'sonn. Il is believed that fighting-  is going on around Tien T.-iu.  Washington, .Tune2I.���������A  Che Fbo***'  cable states  that Tien   Tsin   is  being-  bombarded   and   that   tiie    American  consulate-  as   well   as- other   forcigiw  concerns are being destroyed.  Victoria. June 21.���������The following  appointments have been made to  complete the cabinet: XV". C Wells,  Commissioner of. Lands and Works;/  R. McBride, Minister of Mines. J. L,  Prentice,.provincial -secretarv.  Ottaw'a. June 20. -(Special)���������The  following cablegrams have been received from Sir Alfred Milliter :���������  "CapeTown, June IS.���������Regret to'  report, that Lieut. M. G. Blanc-hard. ���������  2nd Moimt-ed- Infantr\\-was- wounded*'  at Roodevaal on J une 7.  "Lieut. Btauchard died of his wounds -  on June 15.- . ...  "MiLNKn."  Ca-I'E Town, June- 19.���������Regret to"  report the following casualties :  Capr. A. C. McDonnell. 2nd Moimt-  ed Rifles, diMifcerously- wounded-in the'  abdomen..  No,   109.   Private   W." Frost.'    2nd  [ Mountedl-tifles,. daugeroiislv-'wounded;--  since dead. t  No. 40. Corp.- H. H,- Baines 2nd-  Mounted Rifles, ���������slightly' wounded.  No.. 12!>_ Private F. Greneil. 2ncL;  Mounted Rifles, slightly wounded'*  near Pretoria-June 17:  _S"o. 720S, Private G. Ay.. Leonard,;  wounded at Zand river June'10. died*  ofwound*-.  Xo. 7S20,' Brivate J. Mcllliinnev.;  missing since May 20." both of the'  Canadian Regiment of Infantry.  "MlLNKR."  Captain Blairchard'was'  of: the   5th'  R.-C. Ai, Victoria. B.C..  Private   Frost   was   of Calgary anAL  originallyfrortr Crieff, Scotland.  Private U-iines was of   Calgary   and;  originally of Lancashire. Eng.  Private   Greneil,   Calgary wasorigi--  nally ofShoeburyness. Eng.  Private   Leonard' wa.s   of   the 22ncV*  RifU'S.   ajnl> Capt. McDonnell wH-s liv-;  spector.  iu   ihe   North west   Mounted-  Police-  Private Mc-Ilhintiey. was'of the C2nd,':  St. John Fusiliei-s.  I  good " for those who secure them.  Come Early and Get Your Choice  before the best bargains are picked out.  yBOURNE BBOS.-^iS  General Merchants      : Revelstoke, B. C  E������i.������gJ������Jl^>>,*������,*������_*ftft������.������������^^ 9WPIH**������������������**������P������9;l>*a������������&HH������'.'!  The 'Newi Legislature:1  The Mouse that  ineeLs on July 6th";  will be. made  up  as  follows:' Speaker'  Booth;    government-   membets   (25)���������'  Messrs.   Dunsmuir,   Eberls,-   Turner,.,  C'-lifFbrd.     Garden,  '  Wells,     Pnoley.*'  Helmckeu.   Hall. - M.__Phillips.- Dickie,*.  Neil.     Monnce.      Tatlow,.     McBride,*  Murphy.     Fnlton,_ Ellison,*..   Hunter.*  "Rogers"'~UoilstoiTT^"T_Ty 1 or,; Pfenticerr  A.   XV. Smith   and Hayward;   opposi-  tioiHt_>���������Messrs.M-artin, Cartis. Brown,'-'  Oliver. Gihuoiir aud K. C. Smith:   In-'  dependents (6)���������Messi-s. Ralph   Smith,'*'  Stables,-Mclnnes: Kidd,' Munroe   and"  G reel..  Serious Accident.at Illecillewaet'  A- serious   .accident    occurred    on*  Thursday at. Illecillewaet'iii   which   P. _  Kennedy-and Arthur Chntnbers' were"  badly  injured.    They   were employed^  in running a  Inline! and'had  put   in.  four shots.    They had lit  the  fuse  of  one. but before they had time to  even'  to light theothers "the-shot   went off,--  The fuse ignited as rapidly n������-a' train  of naked, jmwder.    In   the-explosion"  Kennedy   was  hint  in   the   face.  his_  eves      being     badly     injured,-    while"  Chamber.-*,   had   his"  arm   and    finger  broken and   was  also   wounded'by   a."  stone,  in- the   slide.    J;   P.*   Kennedy'  brought,   the  two injured   men down  to the hospital here the siiin'e day;     ft;  is hoped tlvit P. Kennedv- will recover '  from the injury tn his eyes.*  India Famine Relief Fund.  Miss Xmidn Carlson has rniiiplcted  her canvas of the west section nf the  city, on behalf ��������� of tin* Kpworth  l_-eagne,'-i India Famine Ilelief Fund  and reports the handsome sum of  $23.00. Next ? It is hoped rluu. every  one of the collectors will do equally  well. Friends desiring to contribute  who are not called upon persoually  will confer a favor by dropping into  Messrs. Field & Bews Drug store or to  Savage Bros general grocers, where  lists are still held.  Brundrett-Matthews.  A quiet wedding was celebrated by  Rev. Dr. Paget, vicar of St. Peter's  church, en Wednesday, when Harry  Brundrett nnd Miss Madeline AnnTi  Matthews were united in holy wedlock. The ceremony was quite private  only the relatives ami immediate  friends of the contracting parties heing present. Miss May Coriey acted  as bridesmaid and Dr. Cross as best-  man. The Heuai.I) extends congratulations.  the1  f T, Downing was in town this week  to attend a case in the county court  involving .-in agreement with F. C  Erbsloh on the .famous Mohawk  property.  For the Women and the Children ��������� of  Empire.  A new society, called "The   Danght-t  ers   of   the     Kmpire.'"    with'    junior*  branches cal!edi"Children of  the- Em-' -  pire,"   has   recently   been   formed  in.,  m   Canada.      Its   object is to *ii_akea' '  great   golden   chain     of .  patriotism1  throughout the coimtrv, bringing  the  women   and   children into touch wiMt*  each   other by   means   of  small clubs,  called * "ChaptPis,"'        which"       are'  are being   started   all over 'the world. .  These chilis are of-two kinds, either of  grown-up* women,   or    of     children'  guided by  their   older   friends..   The'  meetings take  place once a month, in  each others' houses, .when a nice  little''  patriotic programme is enjoyed.   H>aclv  club has its flag and  its   badge.     The  badges are made from 11 special design,  which has been registered, and will bn\  worn all over the   world.'     This   Federation   has   already spread .ovei-   the'*  other colonies, and   has   taken root it*.  England, and among British' residents"  in the United States.   Single members'  may enrol  individually.    Wcheaitily^  commend it   to   our readers.      Every*'  woman   and   every   child   in  Canada,  ought to be a member.     For   furtheu ���������  information, and a  pretty curd of  in-'  structions. write to the Secretary,  Mrs. Ci-ahk Murray,  310 Wood Avenue Montreal... Revelstoke   Herald
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Our readers are familiar with the revelations which were made last year
concerning lh_ embalmed beef sup-
Blied to the Linked Stales troops, anil
the narrow escape oC the inreatigatlng
committee when a. till exploded and
they were almost poisone-J. with the
It will, however, Be" news to learn
that '.an industry of a similar nature
has heen sinned in Canada, which
should under the present a.ainjnistra-
tion prevent over crowding in the
army and yield nn enormous revenue
to its promoters. Lasl weeK the attention of parliament vas called to
the fact that ihe emergency food
rations supplied by tim Canadian
militia department lo the soldiers in
South. Africa was of very inferior
Quality being worth only 10 cents a
pound, although the contractors had
received two dollars. It was further
po'.r.ted out that whereas it was supposed to contain 85 per cent of nutriment, it actually contained only 171-2
per cent.
Instead of making or promising to
make any Investigation into the
matter, the minister of militia became
terribly angry. Such a suggestion was
in his opinion an insult to tho department and to himself and he refused tc
demean himself by bringing down ihu
specifications and contract for the
South African food supply. The
shaker, however, intervened and the
contract  was   ni-oduceil.
It appears now that the minister of
militia ordered some patent stuff
called "J. rotos" at a cost of ?3,000. and
aline." but his official inspector never
saw it. and the contract was signed
the day after the offer was made. Tin-
agent was a gentleman suggesilvely
called Devlin, a well known name in
Ontario politics. After the samples
have bsi-n valued and compared with
the contract and specifications; it will
then be in order to enquire whu she
par'.ivs   were  who   divided   th1*   bt��l!a.
mhxts failea Sim a.. ISti ttfosl .Critloal
hour; nor caxt vra -wanaor. wh'eit we
read the language in which, he; has
been  dally   traduced.
It remains to ho seen whether Gen-
oral Andre will be better able than
Ids predecessor to keep the axmr. in
order and to resist the clamor of the
Nationalist rahl>le. He lacks General
Galiffet's prestige, though ho haa oome
reputation as an able and well instructed soldier. His appointment has
boon received wilh evident disfavor "by
the enemies of tho republic, who. as
the municipal elections lately showed
are all powerful in Tarip. There is
iu France a general impression that
the present ministry is purely a stop-
irap one, destined to hold office only
during the exhibition, and to fall as
m.on as thai great show is over. But
those who made this calculation reckoned much upon Galiffet, who was the
aim strong man among a collection of
nobodies. J.l i.s doubtful now if the
ministry has many weeks of otlice
b-ofoiv Ii. Tlie Chamber of Deputies
!o like a powder magazine, and the
���slightest, spark may cause an internal
explosion, upsetting alike the Loubets
u.nd Waldeck-ltousseaus, notwithstanding  the  exhibition.
(The Hall and Empire).
The* members of parliament who declined to rise nnd sing the National
���Anthem or cheer for the Queen after
Bourassa had made his ' awful pro-
Boer speech were:
Sir "Wilfrid Laurier. ���
Mr. Fielding.
Mr. Fisher.
Mr. Fitzpatrick.
Mr. Godbout.
Mr. Carroll.
Mr. Belcourt.
Mr. Erb.
Mr, Brodeur.
Mr.  Campbell.
Mr. Bourassa.
One report says: "Mr. Archie Campbell, JI. P., for Kent, not only retained his sent, hut also remained wearing
his hat till the middle of the* third
verse of "God  Save the Queen.* "
Mr. Bourassa is a powerful leader
or he could not dominato those 11
members in this extraordinary fashion.
V.'ith th<* resignation of '������-���n-ral < Jit 1 -
llffet. -mi account <>f ill health, and til ���
reidac-sinent by a nonentity. "J-.!i-r.ii
Andr-.-. whose only claim to ills-tin'tinn
Is that ii- is an anti-Natlonnll.-t. an-
o-.h-r of the forc-'-s which uiakv :'"i'
ord-.-r* and stability in France has _.-_*>.-n
hubin-rged in the Sua of furious ii.-i.rty
The distippvarnce of Gein.-ral Gail������"!'.������
lv not merely a calamity for France,
it is al.-o a danger signal to those out-
aitl***; hv-r frontit-rs. For it is notorious
that th*.* late war minister steadily resisted th- tlamr-r of thc military party
In Franc- for war, and this h< ��� did so
from disinterested motives at the __.-*t
cf hit own popularity. His di.stiu-
Kuishc-d record���his heroism nml deviation ;n th*- dark days of 1&7U���eavu
him a ..ineular claim lo the ._ffc*tl"n
ot th-- nation, yet wilh the levity
which ihe great Napoleon deplored,
und with the fickleness which that
ruler d-.-ciar-d to be characteristic of
���Franc**-, th- Nationalist rrcss fell
upon ""I'.m and bespattered him with
the f-uk-st abuse. General Galiffet
wa_= a!r-iidy an old man when he took
���..filcP. '." stand between Franc,: ar.d
the   il-    '���-������������   and   li'.s nerve  iipjitars   to
* Ever since General Sherman said
that war was hell Uie expression has
been Quoted in everv countr.i- and In
�����\ery language. Even at besc the
horrors of it mv appalling. Fur every
liero il creates it digs a thousand
giYives. But war is something rise
ihau mere destruction. It. is the rearrangement of boundaries, or politics, of civiliziition Itself. It is m the
end. however 'frightful, a business
The conflict in South Africa .'lis
been, peculiarly destructive of repu-
tatii:ns and pi-ueoucuivpil ideas. It oa:;
broken some ot the by.sl of Kngli-ii
���commanders .and it has made eert-im
tlio eomplolu reorganization of the
army. But the army is the machin:
and the men who work U; the lars.r
prr.l.'lenis lie far beyond it. ev.-n
though this machine be that, of hun-
-clred____of thiiiisandy    of    men   costing
; The present crisis In China owes its
origin  to  one  of those  fanatical  put-
hursts   against  missionary _  zeal    and
enterprise  which    has    marked    with
more or less persistency the relations
that have existed for the last GO years
between the foreign element in China
and   the   native    of    the    soil.      The
"Boxer"  disturbances and riots havd,
without  doubt,   been directed   in   the.
first instance against the missionaries,
and  the  central   power  vested In  the
Dowager   Empress   is    so'   flagrantly
corrupt,    tyrannical      and    pernicious
that she has not only wholly failed to
check,   but   is   believed   to   have   encouraged, the outrages of a set of organized   ruffians    whose    aim    is   to
create- a state of anarchy ln the province   of Pekin.     The  term   "Boxers"
Is   new,   and  the organization    is  apparently an outgrowth of recenl events
for no mention  is made  of this peculiar  association   in   such   historical  descriptions   of   Chinese   secret   societies
as   have   found   their   way   Into   the
hands of fairly well informed students
of  Chinese  affairs.      A society  which
has   done   much  mischief   in  northern
China in   the  past is  the "Big Sword
Society,"' and it is suspected that the
������Boxers"   are   a  modern   development
of   that   organization.       It   has   been
asset-led   over  and over  again by   the
Chinese, missionaries and their friends
thut the   Dowager Empress has instigated  the secret societies  to  frighten
the foreigners, and that behind her Is
Russia   endeavoring  lo foment  confusion   and  anarchy   around    Pekin    in
order to give her a pretext for seizing
the capital    and  the  three*    provinces
of Manchuria, upon which she has set
her eyes.     The moment Russia begins
an aggressive movement -with this end
in view she* is likely  to precipitate  a
war with Japan,  and    ln    a    general
scramble for the divisions of the empire   which     European    nations  Have
ear-marked' a  general  European  war-
may ensue.     It is'in this that the real
danger lies.     No doubt such an eventuality  is  a  possible   outcome  of   the
situation, but it  is.   probable  that  lhe
alertness  of  the powers who  are  less
anxious   to       rush   al       each     other's
throats   than   Japan   and   Russia   and
who have acted with gr,eat unanimity,
will    prevent    a   conflict,   and   at   the
same time ensure   lhat no power shall
aggrandize itself at the expense of tbe
interests of  other  nations.
smoEo, tEea plainly VloIKa sv.ttt a
spiteful 'flame "darted up and seenled
to clear the smoke for an Instant. .It
was a terrlblo sight, more-:stirring
than, the ordinary town,:fire, .because:
one felt that it was��� an army's summary justice.
If I Had not fert-'Uiia felt strongly
���that the punishment was thoroughly
deserved I should have, turned from
the scene sick and rev.Ql ted. But
there was no doubt that repeated acts
of hostility hold been committed from
this farm under the shelter of . the
white flags around which the flames'
were now playing, so pity had to, be
stifled when there was the conviction
that justice was heing done.
Ottawa, June 19.���In the house yesterday Sir Charles Tupper Intimated
ho intended moving that provision
should be made, for a partially elective
Yukon council ' uud that th'e district
should be represented In parliament.
Premier Laurier said Dominion representation could not be given, until
after tho census of next year. - Sir
Charles said ho would eliminate that
part of his .notion. Sir Wilfrid gave
notice of Chinese -resolutions and a
number of bills passed.* their third
reading. The Manitoba, school question
was revived in tha Senate.
.Mr- C'jAaoOf ��� iormes suees-sages Of
tha Dominion! Express company, waa
acquitted at St. Catharines of tbe
charge of stealinsr money* from the
company..     .
The war otlice casualty returns up
to June 9 aggregate 23,664. besides 792
officers and 12,355 men sent home aa
invalids, but not including the sick la
South African hospi tals.
.An extremely simple form of bookkeeping Is stated to have been Introduced by tho dishonest United States
postmaster at Havana, Cuba- He la
alleged to have merely divided '.he
amounts received, taking one half -f or
himself and accounting for the other.
The Methodist conference of Manitoba and tho. North West Territories,
adopted a motion condemning the
leading provincial newspapers for the
bitter tone of the party political dla-
cubbIoii. and for the "Increasingly
prominent and detailed accounts they
give of prize fights and other lower
forms of athletic sports."
Ottawa. June 19���The; militia department this morning received the following cablegram from Lieutenant
Colonel Steele, commanding Strathcona's Horso. dated at New Castle:
"With Buller moving northward."
The -
Revelstoke Herald
la the leading newspaper ef
the great mining distrlcta of
West Kootenay. It givea all
tbe . latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up
Im authentic, reliable and read
able artistes Cram nawMftteft-
abla Intemattoa. It aojaffl
a large circulation and is eoo-
���eanently unequalled aa as
adrertlolng medium ln t_M
field In which tt ta published.
millions ol" dollars. That Is what the
leaders of the JLirltish empire look ���_���.>.
It. is not the loss of a fe'-*** tllo: -'���inn
li-.-'.!*- In battle, ur whether or not tr'.**
given causes o�� ln-viuible conO'cr
w��.n: excusable, but that, in the wor.*:
done, tin' supretnttcy of the iJi-llish
emi.ii-t: shall not ��nlv 1"-* maintid-i-l
b:u increased.
Thus, next to South Africa, Is tha:
infinitely larger and nioiv portentous
Hiiiuuiirti on the border." of Afghanistan, fur the power or Russia and th'
fiiiur.; -if ilr-at llrllain in Asia cum.*
within h:iilli*s dlshm-" n\.-r Ih.* lion 11-
d*n!..-s of an Am.:<*r ivliv holds hi*,
place because li- has on e.'u-h aid'- 'H*
him tvio hungry c;i=11)t���=, n"itlvr ot
whom would liTsll.it.- to -at hlni r.p
if he did not fear 1.11 <- big follow ou
ih- otli--i- sl'l- of th- lot. rniiu-siii.ti-
aily liiissln. has taken advantage ot
tin. S.jUih African difiicuUl-s 1" pu:-*i
lif*r lines farther nnd i'ai'th-r lo India,
and thus cmiies tin* r.l-ii from tin-
Anv-cr lhat flrenl r.rltalu should 1"
Koniethlng to prot.-ct him from thc-
J>.-ir*. bul. at the same time he in-
formr-d the llritish government that
hf wanU'd ii" raili-unds or telegraph
linr-R built acroSM his dominion, a
mountain region of 'J7S,dOO' s.|ii;'.--
mles, with a popul.ii'n.ii of -l.-Don.-W.,
greater in fact, than th" t"rrlror" in
S'V.ith Afrl-a for which (ir-'-it Uribcn
is now 'lghlng. If" '���"���ii'.i ''as!-. In,:
no*  citilizatioii.
The grand ixiry at. tii- Hamilton
General sessions found a true bill
ngainr-t thc Grand Trunk railway company Tor obstructing tlie highway at
thc Heights." having a, IS foot bridg-
there which was considered inade-
au.-ite for  the trulllc
Incident  of    the  March    Through*
the Orange Free  State.
The following incident is from a
letter tn Mr. !���_. W. Smith, the London
Tos-ning Ledger war correspondent:
About the middle nf the afternoon
un excitiim incident occurred. * The
main body of the division had passed
���-'hrlsiian lteichter'.s farm house, above
which two white flags were displayed.
-���; wns from this place we had been
flred upon from the cover of the flag
ot submission ou thf: previous afternoon. Still, wc were* leaving it un
-Molested. No iloutit We .-hituld havi:
continued 10 do s>>. but for an act of
hostility which literally set everyone's passions on Are. A shot ��ns
���suddenly fired at random into our
arm J". I didn't hear It. Cut this
-*.Q���*no*'~i'*-rom-h:r'*.--=���^Vhat���^,v;t.'.���t-..ft-.ru iii-_
Wing of -a convoy, accompanied by
the hysii-rii-al screamlngs of teamsters, who used whips five times as
ior.tr as a London -abby's. and can
��et ten times as much noi-**;" out of
'-hr-ni on on- sid-. and a singing.
u.-;-iistling. talking, laughing army on
'he- other. It would have been a
marvel 10 have head one's own vo!c(_
without shouting. Th'; Jlrsi iniirnatlnri,
th-!**--'o!<..-*that I had of ,-inylhing hap-
pi-ning w.-is th- 'sight "of 'st. troop of
horse jrnlloping Ilku' mad' into the
fannst-ad. i.'onvoy drivers and con-
���lucturs who w-i--'n..'Ures:l' the tjuil'l-
li.^s followi-'l th" r.iish. I hurrl'-d
aer.irs to see What wiim' til'** matter.
Th" ili-Mt sight that met my gaze was
that of a score of mon, some with
rliulr feci on tho necks of turkeys.
-th..i-i holding- th-lr' ii'":k-s .in thoir
>*-.'.r:iii*h'-d hands and swinging ih-ni
h�� the:.* wotilil Indian clubs. The
-Li-no was absolutely funny, but it revolted mo as r lma_.'incd it ivua an
unjustifiable raid on private" |��rnp��*rry
Th'-n I met an otilcnx: H" was oale
wilh   uxcltcnient. r
".What's Hi": trouble'.*"��� I ask"il. "The
h-ggais havr- fired on us from- under
those flags," he. replied. "Wis are
going to burn ill" Pino" down over
their   heads.'*
As he spoke a column of smoke
curled up fnim,;fhe d wiling Mioiis'.-.
Quicker llian il. ta k"H trie to tell the
fit or.*/ T discovered that tlie women
and children belonging lo the hornc-
ste.'nl had been discovered hidden in
an"outhouse, nnd wor- given leave to
save as much bedding and personal
���slothing as liny <-i*iril<l. while several
troopers v.-frf oe.ouiileii pouring pnra-
liii about th" flooring trnd walls of lhu
house. Then fire; was put io the
xilacc. "VV'ilhiii live minutes the dwelling was ablaze. Still the women
folk rushed in ami out trying to save
what they could from thc destruction
that threatened all their belonging*.
I ���watched Uio -white flag, now obscured   by  the  great  clouds  of    bla'-k
Ottawa,, June 13.-���The governor sen-
oral has received the following cable
from Sir Alfred Milner: "Cape Town
June r_.���-l regret to report that Private K. Mullins, First" _Katta_li.'i
Mounted rifles, died from entprlr
fever at Kronstadt on June 11, and
that Privates J. P. Doolan and P.
Perry Second Battalion Mountol
rifies, are missing af Kronstadt sine;
jMie 5. J also regret to report that
Piivatu XV. J. Hampton,-died of enteric fever 'at Naaupoort on June 12.
f Signed):    -Milner." ���  *
Private Mullins was" formerly a
member of the lloyal Canadian, regiment. He went out to Africa in B.
cc'.umn of the First contingent, a...d
ir vjsf have afterwards been transferred  to the Mounted rifles.
Private .T. F. Doolan ..is evidently
John Thomas Doolan, who figures on
nominal roll as John Thomas Doolan.
01 Kdiiionton. The next' of kin is T.
Diiolun.  of St.  Albert,  Alberta.
Private Perry was a member of thi
��� North "West Mounted police, and the
next of kin is Mrs. 10. Perry, of StiC-
ford. England.    ���  ���
Private W. J..- Hampton onlist-I
from the Third Dragoons, and came
rrniii  Norwood,  Ontario.
The new premier of British Columbia has been sworn in together with
two members of his cabinet: James
Dunsmuir takes,the portfolio of president of the council, as well as premier: D. M. Bberts is attorney general, and J. H. Turner, minister of
finance. The other members of tho
cabinet will not likely be chosen until
Monday. By, the selection of Mr.
Dunsmuir it is generally believed that
Lieutenant Governor Mclnnes acted to
conciliate those who were demanding
his dismissal, and politicans think
that tin i-e will be no longer any outcry for his removal. This move has,
it* is believed, saved hi-s poaitlon.
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but of acquiring promising claims arid'developing them to an extent that will justify their sale to English and
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Lardeau district one and a half miles from Ferguson Sufficient promoter's shares have been set aside for the
purchase   of the remaining  -quarter.
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Shares will be sold in blocks of 100 and upwards.
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/!_ G  ><>  w  ������������������W  WAR SUMMARY  r    tandem, June ��������� 15;���������Lord Roberto re ���������  porta to the war oflloe a auccosatul  movement by General . -Hamilton's  command, cast of Pretoria. 'Diamond  Hill was captured from the enemy.  General Hamilton was slightly wounded It is reported, that two companies ot the City Volunters and two  companies of the Yeomanry were captured with the D erbyshires. General  Buller will probably move into the  Oranse River Colony to co-operate  with Lord Methuen in an endeavor to  ci.rr.-er President Steyn and his large  forces. Colonel Baden Powell has  been temporarily appointed lieutenant  jjer.eral. Private E. Mullinsv of 'thi  Canadian Mounted rifles, is dead, and  l'rtvates  missing.  Doolan    and      Perry... are  War News  Uondon. June 15.-���������Tho war ollice has  ���������ecelved the following despatch from  JjOrd Roberts: "Pretoria, June 1G.���������  -���������la I telegraphed yesterday from una  or our outposts, 15 miles east of Pretoria, the Boera evacuated their position during* the night of June 12th.  They had paid so much attention to  __lrengthenln_r their flanks that their  centre was> weakly held. >nd as Ill's  became evident on June 12th T directed Ian Hamilton to attack. . He moved  ������Cainst Diamond Hill with the Sussex.  IJerbyshireo and City Imperial Volunteers supported on the left by the  O-uards' Brigade under Inigo Jones.  It was erand seeing the way our men  a.dvanced o-rer the difficult around and  under a heavy, fire. Tho casualties,  I  ain thankful to say, were less than  up tho bridgo at Fourteen Streams.  Hr.lloway waa among a tody of Federals, captured in. the western part rf  thn  Trarsvaal.  The Afrikander Bund congress opened at Pearl today with 70 delegates,  including seven assembly men present.  It ia feared in Capo Town that the  parliamentary deadlock will probably  lead,to a temporary suspension of tho  lesislature and there is much anxiety  as to the possibility of the outcome  to such a grave step. Sir John Gordon Sprigg.ia experiencing niuch difficulty in  forming a  cabinet.  Mi*. Schreiner persists? in his refusal  to support, a; ministry dominated by-  Mr. Cecil Rhodes owing to personal  antipathies. A coalition seems impracticable, Messrs. Rose, Innes and  Solomon are not inclined to* accent  suhoi.llnate positions in a government  composed of nominees of the South  African league.- If Mr. Schrloncr  should be dissatisfied with personnel  and pledges of a' new ministry, lat*."'  thty would be unable to pass Imperils."  measures and a dangerous .,deadlnck  would osnue which might lead to >���������_  siave   constitutional   crisis.  London, June 18.���������The war * office has  received the following message from  I.ord Roberts: "Pretoria, June 16.���������  1-UHtenburg was occupied yesterday  Baden Powell. A column starts  this place tomorrow, .to* meet  Powell and repair1 tlie tele-  line between Pretoria and  General Hunter, is' mov-  HIs advance  IN THE FAR EAST  ���������what  ions.  General  100. a very small} number considering  the natural strength of the position,  which had to be carried. Our seizure  of Diamond Hill caused the Boars to  feel they were practically surrounded  a.nd resulted in their retirement. They  were being followed yesterday by  some of the mounted corps. General  Hamilton spoke in the highest terms  nf the troops engaged. General Hamilton received a contusion from a  shrapnel bullet in the shoulder, bu". is  not, I am happy to say, unable to ������er-  rorm hia duties."  The rest of Lord Roberts' 'despatch  deals with the casualties and General  Baden Powell's movements in Western  Trltnsvaal. where he with SOO men is  systematically establishing order and  collecting arms and supplies. About  SOO Boers have surrendered and Baden  Powell has captured IM prisoners.  AccordinB to Baden Powell's report  the Boers will readily discuss, terms of  surrender and they all appreciate tlio  work of pacification performed liv his  droops.  London", June 16.���������The * Cape Town  correspondent of the Daily Telegraph  in a despatch dated yesterday savs:  "I understand that General De "Wet,  in addition to the Derbyshire batta-  li*n. captured two companies cf t\wi  City Volunteers and two companies of  Yeomanry. Two men only eaoa-oe-a to  tell  the  tale"  London, June 16.���������Lord Roberts despatches leave affairs east of Pretoria  "with   the   Boers   withdrawn   to .new  nositions  on Tuesday.   News of fresk  fighting ia expected by the war office,  but none came in last night.     General  Uundle's patrol   had  a skirmish  with  the Boer videttes again on Wednesday.  iSome wonder is exuressed here  as to  he   is   doing    with  three  divis-  It   is   assumed   by  some   that  Buller    will  move    into    the  Orange   River   Colony  and  ca-oD-erate  with    Lord    Methuen    and     General  llundle   in   bagging    President   Steyr.  and his seven or eight  thousand  followers.      Part    of  Christian    Botha's  -roree-has--halted���������at���������Paardekop.__.13_  miles north west of Volksrust. Parties-  are atilll  near Volksrust wid tiry  occasionally upon the British pickets. ,  London, June 15.���������The war office has  issued  the   following    despatch    from  l.crd Roberts:      "Pretoria, June    14.���������  Klorksdorp surrendered on Juno S  to  an armed  party  sent  out by  General  "Hunter.   ��������� General   Kitchener    reports  that    the  Boers    attacked    a    reconstruction  train  this    morning    a. few  miles  north  of   Rhenoster-rivr.      He  scr.t   out   mounted   troop*  and   drove  off   the   enemy  before   they   could   do  uny   damage.      One   man   w������.������   killed  and     liv    wounded,     Including      two  (.(Beers.   A message from Klerksdkorp  reports that Cronje, who commando*!  there, determined to surrender.* an soon  as he knew for   certain  that Pretoria  wns  in our possession.    His  exatnpio  hits   been   copied    by  many    in    the  neighborhood,   and    the    new     court  house Is now said to be full of arms."  London,  June 1G.*������-By the    peaceful'  occupation of.'��������������������������� Klorksdorp, announced  by   Lord   Roberts,   the   British   have  gained a strategic,   position" of . some  Importance," as the  town:* is not; only  thu   terminus   of  another -railroad, to  Johannesburg,- but   It ;ia   withiri   easy  reach "of   the   Kronstadt     Vierfonlcin  railroad.  ���������    The  Cronje,   who    surrendered   * the  place, ..ia a son of the famous\General  Cronje,: now a: prisoner at'St. Helena;  The former was prominent during the  .lege of Mafeking.  Apart from-.the''..fact .. Ui&t -Lord  Rcberta despatch comes direct from  Pretoria showing thc . telegraph line Is  reopened the only other point of ln-  totcst In that; the Bo-urn whom General Methuen was reported to have so  utterly routed' have sutUck'ntly recuperated to attack a niilro'Kl cuifortruu-  t.ion  train.  A despatch from Klmburley report**  the capture of the well known pugilist. Jim Holloway, who wax an adjutant in the Boer army. .ind. who blew  by  1'1'OIU  linden  graphic  Kustenburg.  ing from Potchefstroom  expects   to    reach    Johannesburg    on  Juno IS.     General Buller I hope is. at  Standerston.      Heildleberg will be' occupied  from   this  place    shortly    and  then   the  Orange  River'   Colony    i\:ll  become  completely  cut  off    from   thc  Transvaal.     Baden     Powell   ' reports  that  the  district    through    which  he  pussed is settling down satisfactorily.  Over  1,000  stands  of  arms ��������� were* surrendered,   and  Hans    Eloff    and ��������� Piet  Kruger, son of the president, were to  niake   submission' to    him   yesterday,  having been    previously disarmed,   on  their  farms.      General; Botha's   army  has   retired  and  is  believed" to  be  at  Middleberg.     His rear guard was surprised   and   entirely   routed   by   General Ian Hamilton's mounted infantry."  London,  June    18.���������The    war    office  lins  received    the  following    despatch  from  General  Buller:      "Laing's  Nek,  June 15.���������Now that Natal is "clear of  enemy I wish to call attention "to the  disgraceful way in which private pro-'  perty was treated  in this part of the  colony   which   they   occupied.      Their  wilful  and needless damage,,is visible  every  where,  and  houses  if not completely wrecked have  been desecrated  with  filthy ingenuity..    That this, has  been  done  with   the    consent'   of  the  lender*-;   is   proved    by  the   fact   that  while in Charleston every,house    was  wrecked.,   , In Volksrust,.,two-miles off,  in   the   Transvaal,   every    house   was  intact."        . '       -,''".  London, June: 18���������There are some Indications that Lord Roberts considers  the end of the struggle in South Af-  I'rieti nt a fair distance. One of  these is the fact that the Natal volunteers who have seen hard service  were dismissed to their homes by Sir  ttedvers Buller on Saturday. They  were cheered as they left. Another  indication is the report current in well  informed military ��������� circles in London  lhat a complete division of regulars  is to be' withdrawn' from General  Buller's army and embarked at Durban for China. The troops withdrawn'  from India will probably go next.  Lord Roberts let yeslerday pass without   telegraphing.  London, June 18.���������An -official "despatch from Machadorp," via Lorenzo  Marques, Is to the effect - that' the  British* troops are near Middleberg.  London, June 19.���������The Lorenzo Mar-  iiucs      correspondonfof    Tthe~Tlmes.~  undcr.yesterday's date, says:,     Judge  Van Leuwen.  who  left' Pretoria   with  S.rious Riots at Pekin��������� A!! the Foreign - Legations  Destroyed���������  ���������Native   Christians  Massacred  London. June 18.���������A special despatch  from Hong'.. Kong : says: '���������* "All the  Pekin legations, have been ... destroyed  and that German General Baron Von  Ket'teler has been killed."  London, June 18.���������The Pekin correspondent of the Times in a despatch,  dated June 14, via Tien Tsi, June 15,  nays: "A serious anti-foreizn . outbreak took place last night,' when  some of the finest buildings In that  part of the city were burned and, the  hundreds of native Christians and  servants* employed by foreigners were  massacred within two miles of the  Imperial palace. It was an \ anxious  night for all foreigners who were collected under the protection of the  foreign guards. . The Boxers burned>  the Roman Catholic cathedral, "tlie  largo buildings of the London Mission,  and "also the buildings iii the eastern  part of the city, erected by the foreign  employees and-tlie'. maritime customs.  It the troops who. are, to.roinrorce the  foreign guards fall to arrive today,)  further riots are expected:- It is believed that no',?person was'*Injured."..  London; June* 18���������There .is not a cabinet' in Europe apparently..that knows  what, has .been transpiringr-ln-Pekln  for-Ave days, or Tien Tsl for three  days', nor Is" there, any ..one who. knows  what difficulties/the small-1 and inefficiently equipped column is,contending,  with between these points. ��������� The Ger,-  inari foreign office, .upon learning the  report of the murder of Baron Von  Ketteler;     the-   German    minister    at  opened fire unexpectedly. The casualties to the mixed forces were as follows: Killed���������British ��������� 1, Germans 3,  Russians 16. and French 2. "Wounded  ���������British 4, German 7, Russian 40, and  French 1. The Chinese torpedo boats  were seized.  The Shanghai correspondent of the  Daily Mail telegraphing yesterday  says: "The forts began* firing in obedience to orders from Pekin, conveyed in a personal edict of the Empress  Dowager, on .the advice of.Kang Yi,  president of the ministry of war.  Several warships were struck by shells  from the 12 inch guns from tho forts.  The heavy Russian., losses were due  to the blowing up of the magazine an  the Nangshur. Four hundred Chinese  are, reported to haye been..-killed. ,The  Chinese when retreating fell into ths  hands of the Russian land  force."  The 'Daily News' has boon wired  from Che Foo that two ; of the forts  "were;blown up.* The: 32 warships at  Taku aggregated two hundred thousand* tons and carried more than: t!00  guns.  IMPERI/U- W^  OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto.  Capital.Authorized, - $2,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up, - $2,391,863.00  Rast, - -   , $1,554,710.00  CENTRAL   AMERICAN    TROUBLF.S  Revolutionists Lose Heavily und'Their  Resistance About Ended.  ..Washington. Juno 16.���������Dr. Cuervo  Marquez, charge d'affalrs o������ the Colombian legation, today received from  Panama official bulletins giving details  of the, recent bloody* engagement between troops and the ' "revolutionists.  In the bulletins, signed by the general  in .command of .the govern ment troops  is one that reads: ' "I consider the  revolution' nt 'an end. ;['. The enemy's  army after the fight numbered only  4,000 men, and I think--they- cannot  secure, reinforcemehts/-.-They;have exhausted all their supply ef "1.200.000  cartridges. Their loss, is 1,000 ,* dead.  including'AO .chiefs alnd many.subordinate officers. They have 500 wounded.  These figures are furnished me by  the prisoners, some of them oersons  of importance."  The fight occurred near.Bucaraman-  the  district   of  Pplonegro' and  DIRECTORS:  H.   S.   Howland,  President  T.R.Merrltt,Vlce-Pres,   St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  RbbeHf'Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,   Stayner  Ellas Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BLANCHES  North West and BritlBh Columbia: -  Brandon,     Calgary,      Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince     - Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: ,  Essex,   Fergus,   Gait,   Ingersoll,  - Llstowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines, St.Thomas,  Toronto, Welland,, "Woodstock,  Hamilton. , ,  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and in  tereat' allowed.  Debentures���������Provincial, Municipal,  and  other debentures . purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������  Available at all points of Canada,  United Kingdom , United States,  Europe, India, China .Ta?**u������ A v������-  tralia, New Zealand etc  Gold   purchased.  Thia  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. HEARN,  Manager Revelstoke Branch. .  immmmmmmmmmmmmmmwwmmmmmmmi  THE MOLSONS BANK  . ���������-��������� ���������'.-':    . Incorporated by Act of Parliament, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE MONTREAL  Authorized Capital  Paid up Capital  Hnst Fund  32.500,000  2.170,000  -    1,850,000  DIRECTOKS:   Wm. Molson Macphebsox, President;  S. H. Ewino. Vice-President; ���������  W. M. Ramsay, S.vmuei, Fivley, Hvnby AEcamALD, J. p. Cleghorn,  H. Mark-land Molsoit.  J__hk3 Elliot. Generil Manager.  A general banking business transacted,     Interest allowed at current ���������  rates.  J. D. MOLSON,  Maxaoee, Revelstokb, B.C.  uimmuuiittiumiuimm&mmiummm������  ]. D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  I  McKenzie Ave,  ������������  Pekin,   sent .a  telegraphic .-enquiry  to | ea,   in  ' *     ' ' Lebfija,   and   thc     general   forwarded  ascertain tr ' the" report was correct.  In reply' the German foreign office  was; informed  was known on the subject as  munication  with    Pekin    was  rupted.  - . '.   ,  London. June 16-This is the situa-.. the chief  ot thc Revolutionary forces  tion  in   China: as' it   a������Dears'  to   t'.  Shanghai ^correspondent  ofthe  Daily-j  Express; cabling"la'st'"evening:     "It is  really   a'state  of, veiled    war.  .   The ! .government,   statins;  .-..   *-*���������.,.���������.*. *..--   -    --��������� \ ���������ui^ l Ali.i.   hti������ : nrriv   .,���������      _ number, of  1 iirisoners.   including  conclusive, Dr. Cuervo Marquez expresses  ! his   report   from ,  Polnegro,    showing  that  nothing whatever j that   the   jjovernment   forces  occupied  ���������T-the' com- j the field after'tlie flffht. '   The govern-  inter- ' ment .losses are not stated.  ._    Another official bulletin reports that  .ry forces.  General. Santos,  has   -been    caplurr.-d,  , and  this    isi confirmed11.' .in an  official  "despatch from General Sterrano to the  that  the   steam-  members of the legations in Pekin a1e!'shli> Alicia has arrived  at one  of the  virtually"* prisoners'and  the    Chinese ! P������rts held by him, with  troops, are   only restrained  from* at- j prisoners,   including-'General    Vargas  tacking  them by  fear of the legation ! Santos.      Although   this    seems  guards.     Meanwhile the ministers s-.re  altogether unable to communicate with'  the  officers    commanding '- the    relief  column,  which  is makins an enforced  and  isolated  halt  between  Tien  T.-iin  and Pekin.      The walls of the capital  are guarded by 100,000 Imperial troops.  The-gates are -heavily' defended  with"  modern guns.    ,G-eneral  Tung,' acting  under'* orders ...front  the  empress1 dowager;..'-says   .that ���������* no ������������������more-foreign  troops shall enter the sacred city. On  Monday the ministers sent a .demand  to the Tsung Li Yamen that the gates  be   opened,   declaring   that   otherwise  the   foreign   troops   would   enter   forcibly.      To   this   no  reply was'given."  -V second  message *bad  not been  answered    when  tho    latest    news    left  Pekin.     Sir Claude MacDonald^s latest  message' says   that ' the'legations  sire  capable of sustaining an effective defence unless  attacked  in force." ������������������  Russia,   this    correspondent  asserts,  notwithstanding   reports  to  the    contrary, sides with China"   Some foreign  troops   are .aU-eady reported   to  be  in  the  environs  of  Pekin,  and- the  attitude of the.Chinese troops is increasingly-menacing. ���������   .      ....   ��������� *.     .--.-. ; *.  -.WashinKton.'ilD.   C. i. -Iuue__ 19^-'l'n*o  department ' has   been   informed  some doubt as to whether the revolutionary chief has ' actually *bepn captured.   0���������;���������:���������'..  THE NEV/S IX BKIEF  The Revelstoke  Herald iScmL weekly]  a permit from the.military government, is understood''to have been tlie  bearer of a verbal message from: the  British V; authorities to President  Kruger to the effect that if he would  surrender now he would vnot. be ise-.it  outof the country. Van Leuwen* was  unable to see Mr. Kruger, but whsn  fussing  tlie * Taku  navy  by   Admiral ��������� Kompff    that.  forts  yesterday   fired    on  ships   and-after   a   brief  surrendered. '-,.*,-        ���������  ' 'Berlin, Juni* 11).���������The German consul  ut Chec Po'o telegraphs .that .a ^Jnpmi-.  ese    torpedo    boat     from  .Taku    hns  tlie following:     "The Chinese laid tor-  '.'Chicago" wheat closed at one and a  quarter cent, advance over JD'riday., ,  , A Winnipeg four will take pari. ir.  tr.e  Nelson; regatta.:*      '   1   .  The first! Imperial Limited train arrived in Montreal on: time.  .Six 'persons-.were, killed in .a railway  collision   at   Slough,  England.  Lasker won -first place in the Paris  chess, tournament.  Korthern  Pacific  crop  reports sbor*  improved conditions along the line.  ;  A  Winnipeg  young, lady, made   her  first balloon ascension on Saturday. .  Ten people were    killed    in ,a Now  "fork, fire and many others injured.  The Jicklings block and McGinnrs  stable at Carman "were destroyed by  fire.  .New-tenders are called for the construction of locks at St. .Andrew's  rapids. Winnipeg.  The  Italian',parliament'   Is  opened.  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A yood <������������������  well supplied with choice wi :������������������  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All .T pain  Brown  & Pool  Proprietors  the  ���������c������re*='\<      mbl..  .Gl>i0Hy,   and  British  .n������.?fr^t.i-!5Jonors.havC..:beenlclled.  ������<]  from  raim  blcyel*  pedoes    In - the - Tiiku:--harbnr:-'��������� ��������� The  -through    Machndon.    he  told | foreign ^mand��������� M������o������M^ *������ l?n  Stale"   Secretary' Reltz. '    The    latter  scouted  the  Idea  of   surrender.      Mr.  Portuln, head of the .Transvaal 'secret,  service. Is taking to Kurope very important secret documents."  --.rd' Roberts according to a Boor  despatch from Machadorp, sent, a'  lnessage to Cloniinaiuliuit,- General  Botha on June 13 Hiiggostlitp.'disarmament and complimenting the bravery  of the burghers.     It wius pointed   out  be '���������; without  ltusslan flagship iind addressed 1111 ul  llinatum to the ��������� coi-qmnnders of the  ���������Taku toi'ts.suiiuiiotilng them t'o 'withdraw thoir troops before - o'clock on  Juno 17. ' At 1 ia..m. tho guns or the  forts opened fire, to which the ltus-  sian.' .British. Frt-nch and. JapancKC.  warahlps "replied, *��������� The���������.boniburdinenl  lusWd Kuv'en hourH/ Two British.shil>s  in the rlvei; between the forts were.re-  day  Anticosti  Winnipeg  on  . Air.' Tarte 'is   returning  ' Claw   leads  in  the  six  race, at the'*Auditor,luni.  ���������'���������Alvii ' .Bourussa.  wife-murderer,  has  been  sentenced   to ��������� be  hanged   on  th::  ���������Mth (if fAugust.'-" '  '<" ���������  ' ���������'  ,  Many new - settlers   from  anil    Iceland     reached  Saturday..lut<t. .'. ;.,   ,    ,.'    ,,    . ���������    ,    .'!.''  AV. O. Sealey was ' nominated for the  Commons1     by     South      Wontworth  Liberals. on  Saturdny lust .  'Ki>\-.' 'jFi'uncIs Colemiin ,1111 aged Mc-  tluidlHt ' minister ol'    Hamilton  lii'deiid.   '       '-'*.'.  Opposition   liieiiibers  on  lniid   will   -probably^ give  Will r E--_-G-WILT_iII������_&_^S.COTT  THE PIONEER LIVERY^���������  F a j i    and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau. and Trout Labe  Barristers,  Solicitors, Notaries Public;  Etc.  Taylor' Block, McKenzie Avenue. Revelstoke Station.  Money To Loan.   -.��������� -  ���������  W. White,. J. M. Scott. B.A..  * Q.C. , L. L. B.  F. L. Gwillim  Saddle    aiul      P������c:k  alwavs for hire.  Hor-'  FrciKb'tiiif?'  tpHcialty.  and   TcabiiiiK  iL-7 o'clock  Daily Stanc leaves Thomson*.*? Landing every iiiorniuK at  for Trout. Like Oitv.    For particulars write  CRAIG ������V H1LLMAK, Tho^box'sLandinb  HARVEY & McCARTER  Ont.,  the   lniiln-  trouble    to  ��������� Barristers. - Solicitors, Etc.     c-  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  .   Offices:      Molsons Bank Block.  First Street; RevelBtoke Station, B. C.  J. W. CrosB,  that  the  surrender w-oukl  dishonor to the    burghers and would  prevent,   .much      suffering.      General  Botha; asked for; n six daya'iarmlBtlce  In order to confer and consider. Lord  lloberts conHentcid'.to five days.     Finally GenertU' Botha declined tTvaceept  ithe  proposition    and    hostilities were  renewed.      "Ihe  Boer   commadoes  are  retiring on Middlcber.- followed by the  British    cavalry   and     artillery,   oca-  slonal shells'rcaci. .ik tho rear guards.  T ..e Boers arc destroying the bridge?  behind and are carrying off: provisions  and leaving the country bare.  'London,' June   19.���������AVith   the  exception   of a  rumor  at  Cape'.Town'' that  Lord  Roberts; Is  about  , to seize    tho  Delagoa  Buy    railroad    ul    a   strong  ported .to' have been bunk. -' The* leU_,-"j-j-)u,;s,I'n'i|r> the new, H/ C. premier,  praph line between Tsin and .Taku :.-��������� j A po)lt|C.ai discussion t00k place In  destroyed.'.' Communication V- v.uler 1 ^^ T(?ro,-to Methodist conference. The  Is also tlireaienc-J.-V ,: . - .,���������,���������' ���������������������������*. .J i;,,,^^'.^' blckenH*,wei*c comleiiiiu'd.,  1 'Berlin. June. 10.���������Later���������A semi-1 1,15,,.^.. Glaw, of Chicago, won the  oflicial despatch, from Ch"0 Fo������ -."-.yix day*' bicycle race at tho "Winnl-  nounce.l that the Tuku forts hud been|1)L.-K .vudltorium.     .Llselto was second.  tldlee:   'J'liylor  llluck,' Mnekiinxie  lt.'v.'lstokb. 1   >  SHrifConJ'to tliotj.l'.ll*  lleuitli olHv������r, City or Ki'.velmo a.  ROBERT  SAMfciON  Wood Dealer  and Draymat].  DrayInK and delivery work a apGCtal-  ty. Teama. always ready on (hot-tent  nnfli  CANADIAN PAClflC  f!r,nfr*rart������   far   Inhhlnr   ttk������n,  attiick by  ���������captured;" after "a"' combined  the  fi>reign    warships.       Fifty    were,  killed and i/seven: wounded.'    The dos- ]  patch added .that   the  foreign  settlo-  nnents  of  the  Tien    were   ��������� being lire.-l  into by the Chinet.e.-. ."ft'hen the det.-  patch   left   nothing    had    been   heard  from the GermViiv,detachment sent to  Pekin or'froni  the'   German-  legation  there.  London, June 13���������China* declared witr  against the world when the Taku forts  opened   Are     upon   the  fleet.      "flic   accounts  Methodist Church, Kevelstoke  Preaching' ''Services at ,11 a. ni.  and. 7:30. p.m. , Class meeting at tho  close of the. morning service. Sabbath school and Blblo class at 2:30.  Weekly*: prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. Tho public  are cordially invited. Seats free.  UEV.S..T.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  REVELSTOKE  lip WORKS  International  of '*.* what    took i  strategetlc   point' nnd   the    nnnounc - ,  ment of    the   completion of    the new | P'-^c are still unsatisfactory, the best  Capo  cabinet   there  is������  no   news, from ~  South Africn.  London, June v.i.���������In .1 ilespatch t.������  the war ollice from Pretoria, dated  yesterday,  Lord    Roberta    says    that  General Baden Powell has just arrived  there.  semi-olllcial      Information    betntf   th-*>  dcspatch'.:rcccived at Berlin from  Che  Foo. -- "   ���������   ���������. '::~.. -..'.������������������;-'-���������,,  An  A_5.=ociated' Ptess  despab'h" ,'from  Che   Foo.   dated   yesterday  afternoon.  says:     "The forta on both sides of t!u:  I Taku are now occupied.     Tht'  I'wo'. ('levators at Kilarney were destroyed  by lire on Saturday morning.  The town was in great danger of de-  .    "    '������������������  '���������   <.       \ ���������  'struction.  Republic leaders an: at Philadelphia  f-:-.' the'. noihlriutintJ* rouvention. The  platform will strongly" endorse the  areKlnley policy. . .  The reported mui-Uni' or the German  consul   at. Pekln , and   the  destruction  of legations 'is not" mentioned  in despatches  received  at the world's capitals fronr'consuls in China.  ���������Winnipeg A.' O. V. XV. members will  attend, un*,, International, picnic  to   be  held ai Xeche/N.'lX. in^JUly.'' '  A delegation-of druggists frrot'ealed to  tiie'- Ma-n'l\obte/fep.veniment-. pgtdjwt .t!:1'.  p-tft'of" tlip' lifiiioract iiffe-. ilrtsr������th������ts.''  There   was  -i     heatr^l  ^'������cusslor.    lithe Toronto Methodist conference  _v_r  Chinese ' u, prohibition neaolutlon-  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'  service; 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  alter Sunday school at 3:15.  E. C. Paget, D.D., Pastor.  ' Blacksinithiiig, Jobbing.  Plumbing, Pipe Fitting,  Tinsmithing. ������hcct li-on  Work, Machinery -Repaired.  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  HOST. GORDON  BevelMoJ-i-B.  pttKSBYTERIAN CHtTROH���������Bevelntokp  ���������T Berrlco every Sunday at 11 a.m. sod 7:30  p.m. Bib'o CIibii ������t 2:S0 p.m., to -which  nil ere wnlcomo. Prayer i>n.'Oti-aK At H p.m,  r^nry Wodnoaiiay ���������  v_        ..   REV. T.. MEN'ZIEH, P-.itnr.  'i-itoke  CATHObH."   OHtT-ROH ��������� Itovcl-  Mam   flrot and third flurid������ya in  ���������1. li^o'atlOiS'J 0 ���������"������������������   ' '  KEV. FATHER T1IAVEK.  StlA'ATpiV AT'MY- M-ft'nii-  _    tn tlielrhtll -"��������� I-*ri-i-t ^t.-e 1  vrv*  1117I1'  "Imperial  Limited"  Daily Tourist Cars to 'St.  \     Paul.  Wednesday and Sunday to  Toronto.  Fridays to  Boston.  Montreal and  P.is.in(r Kevelstoke as follows  -1   l.*,.;. iMI'KKIAt.  Pamphlets furnished free,  Westbound.  LutlTl'M). .21.35  Undertaking "rd Embalmin?  R. Howson 8f Co^  nkCKT-vrt". \yy-  not**.,! r>-*>i������"!" '���������-''������������������-"'?���������������-���������*  E.J. COYLt.  AC P-A.  Vancouvtr. ���������  T. W. BRADSHAW,  A-zent.  Rtvclstoke. m  ���������**************.H*1*H ***  Fot!'  I---������..__  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  W.> I'.KVt* j'.:.--t received a lKr*<c  mij.,.];.���������..i r-.tiiitiiui l'c-n*., running  ill prire from t}\ lu $-*. eaell. These  pens are All guaranteed undjof thu  very best makes.  ���������5.--.-S4--.5  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  KEVELSTOKE  ���������* ���������H-+-H'���������*.*.f.**-f.M*'fr-*-*M-'-'-*���������>���������*������������������* .--���������T---1' ii  P.  H. TRUDGEON.  ...  Rf_K(_TKU*-\r_ SUPPLIES,  ...CALL; BELLS,  .... ANNUNCIATORS.  ....BATTERIES.  ....MEDICAL BATTERIES, Etc.  FISH RIVER DISTRICT.  _COWAN BLOCK.  MARRIED.  BuL*>-i)iti*"rr-.MA-i-rni-:ws-Oii the 2(Jtli  iiis-t. i hy Hi"-'. Dr. I'liKet. Hurry  Briiniln'tt. in .Madeline Aiiiui, eldest  il.ni'_'lit.-i' ot' Stewart -Matthews, lioth  .it' lirveKlokf.  Local and  General  News  Trebelli -Monday !  Or. Cross has opened an oflice next  to Ci.h Iia/.Miu* store.  Fivil _"i:tser left, town for Trout Lake  City on Thursday niorniiiK. ^^  C. F. Lindmiirk left on Tuesday on  u business trip up the line.  A. Johnson of lhe Hkicani) rettirneil  from Vancouver on Thursday inorn-  inj..  The first regular rifle praf.'t.ice for  tliti Titylnr cup will lie held on Satitr-  d-iy afternoon.  "Is the young until safe?" will he  the topic of Sunday evening sermon  in thu Methodist church.  Dr. and Miss Paget anil Capt. and  .Mrs. T. E. Ij. Taylor ami their house  party spent .Monday- at Sicamous.  The river was over the truck yesterday in places on the Arrowhead  branch and the water is still rising.  L. II. Buck returned to the Lardeau  to resume his engineering duties on  the government work this morning,  Mtlle Trelielli-Dolores. JUdinc* L.  Virmlonr and Eugene Berns registered at the Revelstoke  on   Wednesday.  D. Henderson paid a visit to  Revelstoke this week. Helms settled  ilrnvnat his old stand in Calgary with his  family.  The river is rising steadily and tho  niattrassiiig below' the break i.s in a  precarious condition as the water is  working ils way beneath it.  Strawberry and ice cream social on  the Parson age lawn of the Methodist,  (.hutch on Tuesday evening next. The  band will be in attendance.  A subscription list is being circulated  for the benefit of all those desirous of  chipping in five dollars for the use of  the swimming bach this summer.  Jos. Morgan has opened up a neat  barber's shop with two chairs in the  new Manning block next door to XV.  3. Lee's.    He has named it the Elite.  The Great Western Mines Ltd, ar-  uoiince their annual meeting on the  11th July, and the Double Eagle  Mining and Development Co. on the  12th.  Tickets for the Trebelli concert can  be obtained at R. M. Mayue's oflice.  where the plan of the house is on  view and at the Canada Driigifc Book  store.  There have been four Swiss guides  np at Glacier for the last month bnt so  far* there" Inis been very little for them  to do as the,season has only just  commenced.  John Hubert, district organizer for  Colli ui hia District. A. O. F.. arrived  in town last night from thesouih. Ft  i.s hi--intent ifin to start a lodge of the  Order here if possible.  Registrar Si in pk ins, registrar of the  .Supreme Court at. Nelson, was here on  "Wednesday to initiate Mr. Co'..rsi..r,  the newly appointed registrar for this  d:.-trict into his duties.  Monday���������Trebelli !  R. McLe.lhin. the well known hotel-  man of Trout Lake Cily. was in town  ye.-terdiiy. He says Trout Lake is  going tn do herself proud on Dominion  Day! Mr. McLellar, returned ' home  this morning.  --.���������-<4h;i*^-W-ilson-Q.-(_;.-is-coi_fidf,nt*���������that-  a judicial recount will give him a seat  in Vancouver and recent disclosines  I- to thu conduct of the election in the  Rossland riding tender a protest  very  pinbable in that constituency.  A .meeting of the householders and  fi-t-i-iiolilet-s'iif the Revelstoke school  district i*-** called for 11 o. k. June 30th.  in the school to elect a successor on  the board of trustees to C. F. Lind-  inai-k, whose term of otlice has expired.  Ole Sand berg registered at the Central on Wednesday. He lias just returned from a trip inlo Tiout Lake  '"ity with Cant J. GrantandT.(Iraham.  ('apt. Grant intends to do considerable  work on the Black Eagle property,  about a mile from Trout Luke City  this summer.  Trebelli ���������Monday '.  Mrs. Wilks. the principal of the  kindergarten, has arranged lo give an  .���������iitertninineiit in the Conservat i ve  ('iinininti-e rooms on Thiu-sday afternoon as th" close of the -umiiiiir term.  Tin- pi-Mgiamiii" will be rendered by  tie* little iiiies of the kiiideigaiteii anil  t.hi*!r piin-id-* anil friends and all in-  l.-re-ied iu I be work are invited to lie  pi-i-.-ent. The entert-tiiiiiient will  commence at 2 p. m.  a creaTbohanza.  Special Report by the Gold Commissioner  on the Prospects and Resources of this  Promising Camp, Extracted from the  Report of the Minister of Mines.  ItUBY SII.VKIl UttKKK  A group of good claims is located on  Uaby Silver (.reek, which Hows into  Fish River just north of Lexington,  known as the Union Jack Group, and  having n well-ili.-lined lead carrying  ore which gives verv satisfactory  returns in silver, copper and lead.  HOY I) CltEKK  I.s .situated about nine miles north of  Pool Creek. Thu well-known Gleti-  gary and Kootenay Chief Groups are  situated at, the head of Boyd Creek.  The ore iu galena, assaying 100 oa. in  silver and -10 % lead. Considerable  work was (tone on the Glengary claim  last suminer. and a small shipment of  ore has been made.  Farther down Boyd Creek we find  the Trt'lawney and Chevoit Groups,  supposed to be on the same lead as  the Glengary.  The Westward Ho Group Ins some  nice ore, similar in character to that  of the Glengary. Still fut ther down  Boyd Cieek is the Anaconda Group of  four claims. Some very good ore has  been taken from this gionp. giving  good value in gold and copper. A  tunnel 110 feet long bus been driven  on this property.  iMcDOUGAT. CHEEK  Situated north of Boyd Creek. Some  big iron leads have lately been staked  on this creek. The ore bears a great  resemblance to the Rossland ores, and  recent assays give fair returns in gold  and copper.  McRaechkek  On McRae Creek several new  locations have been made, and some  good-looking rock has been found.  The   Thelm.t   Group,   situated   just  below McRae   Creek,   is another now  location which promises well.      It has  a big quartz lead, carrying copper.  SABLE CHEEK.  Sable Creek flows into Fish River  from the west, about tour miles above  Pool Creek.  The Trilby Group, on the North Fork  of Sable. Creek, has some high grade  ore in sight. Work will be proceeded  with in the spring.  The Revenge Group, near the Trilby  was local etl last sum me.  The Comstock Group of three,  claims, at the head of the North Fork  of Sable Greek, has one of the biggest  showings in the camp.  On the Agnes Branch of Sable Creek  is located the Agnes Group of two  claims. This has a very big lead of  concentrating ore, which assays in  gold, copper and silver.  The Kentish Maid Group is on the  same lead ns the Agnes, but on the  opposite side ofthe creek, and the  Britannia Group is just below.  Two groups of claims, situated on  IheStephnie branch of Sable Creek,  cannot be passed over without comment. These >ire the Coi'nishiiiai* and  Manxman groups, with two claims in  each. The lead is very wide, and the  ore assays fjj-l in gold and 00 oa. in  silver, with some copper and lead.  MEXUENICK CHEEK  Is on the west side of Fish River,  about IA miles above Pool Creek.  Since last spring, two parallel leads.  aliotTt~lfalf^i~mil_r_fpSrt7��������� Kave^hVelT  staked from the mouth of Menhenick  Creek to the head of Scott Creek. One  o-f the claims were tested with ������i  diamond drill last Fall, and at a depth  Sponges  Large  Consignment  Just Arrived  INCLUDING  Carriage Sponges  25c to 75c  Wool Spanges, 10c to 75c  Mediterranean Sponges  10c to $1.50  Manruka Sponges  $1.50 to $5.00  Red Gross  DRUGSTORE  Geo. F. Curtis,  TAYLOR BLOCK.  McKenzie Ave  the winter. The latest report from  this group is that the quartz taken  from the end of the tunnel, which is  in over 30 feet, is as rich as samples  taken from surface.  The Ovster Group is another likely  looking, 'free-milling proposition, very  near the Eva Group, and the quartz is  identical with lhat of thc Eva.  The Brunswick Group of two claims  is situated just north of the Eva.  Some good ore is showing on this  claim, and a small shipment has been  made.  The Highland Mary and Last Chance  situated near the Eva Group, are good  prospects which ought to turn out-  well.  Another galena find, which was  located last.summer on Mineral Hill,  is on the Conmore and Lucky J.ick  Group of five claims. There is a foot  of shipping ore on the Coninore claim.  Special Sale  BABIES'BliOaSES  Special offer iii Ladies' Bloueesj new and popular goods,  Regular.prices $1, $2 and -$2.50, going  1.50 and $1.95.  latest styles  now at 50c.  LADIES' SKIRTS.  In Crash, Lintien, Pique and Duck: 'Regular price��������� $1.50, $2 50 $3.15,  !'iid**S*t.oO-gotng now at $1, $1.80 $2.75 and $3.i-0.  MEN'S   FURNISHINGS  AND CLOTHING.  Men's All-Wool Tweed, Serge and WorsU'i-ed Suits from $4 00 to $1.75  jMen's Ilalhriggan Underwear Suits���������$1.00.  BOOTS AND SHOES  REDUCED FOR ONE DAY**1'  Wp make a special offer of a splendid  line of Shoes;   perfect fitting,  good, new stock.   Stan .lard price���������$5.00.  SATURDAY, JUNE 23RD PRICE-$3.75  FOR.  SINGER  SEWING  MACHINES  and supplies'for all best makes  CALL UPON  J. W; Bennett  MACKENZIE AVE.  Red Rose Pocrco meets second and fourth  Fridays of ciu'h month; White-Hose Degree-  meets'flrstFrlduy of eaeh montli,ln Oddfellows'  Hull.   Yisitinij brethren welcome.  WM. MATHERS,  Secretary.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658,  .Regular meetings nre held ln the  Oddfellow's Hull on the Third l"rl-  dav of ench month, nt 8 p.m. sharp,  ��������� Visiting brethren cordially Invited  THOS. STKED, W.M.  Court   Mt. Begbie  I. O. F��������� No. 3461.  Meets In lhe Odilfrl-  low*-'Hull,on iheseciniil  nud fourth Monday* of  ench month. Visiting  brethren Invited to attend.  Carpets and Linoleums  We also carry 11  choice stock of Carpets and Linoleums;   they are  second to none in the city. ���������  CALL AND SEE US.  NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS.  JAKES &ILL, & CO.,  The Wide-Awake Business Men,  McKenzie Avenue.  H.NMIffi  Baker  AND   Confectioner  IC.l-.J.C. JOHNSON,  Chief Hanger.  .W. MITCHELL.  lt������i!.-Ht>r.  THE LATEST WAR NEWS  Is not in it with our prices on  WATCHES AND CLOCKS  CALL AND SEE  Guy Barber, jeweller,  C. P. It. WATCH INSPECTOR.  Bread - Delivered - Daily  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Itovnl School of MfticH, London.    Seven yearn  at "Morfa   Works,  Swansea.     17   years chief  Chemist  to Wigim Coal nnd Iron Co.,   Hug.  Late chemist and Assaver, Hnll Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported ii|.oii.  Revelstoke, B.C.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Deer Heads,   Birds. Animals, Etc., preserved  and mounted.  THIRD STIM'-KT. HAST OFScflOOMKHISK  When yon reach Ferguson, H.C.,  Stop at tho_  CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK OF  NEW  GROCERIES  -.-4^+++-l.+**-M''f*'i'4**M***'I'*l*-M������i.l.*  *  EDISON'S  STANDARD  PHONOGRAPH  THE   FRED   ROBINSON   LUMBER   COMPANY,    LIMITED.  NOTICE.  Limited  The    Great   Western   Mines  Liability.  NOTICE is hereby given that the nnniinl  general meeting of shareholders in this Coinpanv will lie held at the oflii-c of   the fireat  On and after this date our prices for Cut Firewood will he as  follows--���������  8100 Per Cord at Mill  82 00 Per Cord Delivered  PRICES CUT FOR CASH ,n  FRED feOBINSON. ��������� ��������� ��������� Managing Diiector. .  Large nnd Well Lighted  Sample Rooms   Heated hy lint Air nml Electric  ___-.,.        .      Dells and Light in every room  Free Bus Meets All Trains  Reasonable Kates    With all the latest improvements  ���������will lake anil reproduce records.  I'rli-e *&i - coin pic tc, including  Recorder, Reproducer, ltrrss Horn  Tnophire Shaving Knife, Knr  Tubes, l.'amels Hair Brush, Oil  Can���������also half a dozen records and  books of instruction.  G J. AM AN  Hotel Lardeau  J. J auguton, Proprietor.  Hest .M.OOn day house in the Lnrdcnu. Hest  of cuisine service.���������Finely equipped bar.���������  Choicest wines, liquors and cigars.���������Head,  quarters for miners nnd mining men.���������Well  lighted and heated rooms, neatly furnished  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given to purchasers of lots  in Block "A," Town of Kevelstoke, otherwise  known ns the "Mara Townsite Property," that  all instalments on nccouut of purchase are to  bo paid to John ]). Sibbald, Mara Townsite  Agent, and to no other person.  J. A, MAKA,  ****���������*���������+������������������������++*++**���������++���������?���������������������������**.*+*  Night  Hourly Street Car  Between Hotel and Station  -HOTEL  VIOTOE/IA-  '   JOHN V. PERKS, Proprietor.  Grill '_rfo->ni in Connection for the Convenience of Guests  -    r___ vv/______������11 wr ifin 1 ir/ r__>i  lrS8V������ll$&������9(S9  !.(������c  iVe-tern    Mine*.,    Limited.     Kevelstoke.    on  T11UHS1UY, JULY l'-TII, t'.KW, at ���������_! p.m., for  the purpn-e of transacting such  bu-Uness as  may   be  necessary   in   the   interests  tJompniiv.  .'1 In-   Transfer   Hooks  July 1st 10 July 12th, ia������.  of    the  will   be   closed   from  A. If. HOLDICH.  Secretary.  NOTICE.  The Double   Eagle Mining & Development Co.. Limited Liability.  VOTICK is herein- given that the annual  ceueral meeting oi Shareholders In this Coinpanv will be held at their otlice. in Kevelstoke,  on WEnNK?llAY. JULY I1TK, JJH.O, at 't p. m.,  for the purpose <>f electing Directors and  nflicer.-. for the ensuing year to receive the  report ol the Directors anil to transact such  other bu-ine***..** as may lie necessary in the  iniercstsof the Company.  The Tran-tfer Rooks of thc Company will be  closed from July Ut to July Hth-.i���������..^  Secretary  TIIK LATEST IDKAS IN  and  Suitings  Overcoatings  NEWEST AND BEST  A Large Range of Imported Woolens to  select from  J. B. Cressman....  ���������Abiin & Co.'s 0!d Stand.  Cleanliness  Is Next to Godliness . . .  If yon want your sciivengnring  work don<! in a clenn anil economical way semi a card to  F. SAUNDERS,  BEVELSTOKK STATION.  THS  CITY-EXPRESS  NO EXCUSE  FOR A DIRTY FACE .  Toilet Soaps  A SPECIALTY AT  FIELD & BEWS, ���������  Druggists : : Ilrnwii lllock  NIGHT BELL  I'inno to Rent.  To Rent.  Apply to J.  M.Scolt.  <  Board.  HOARD���������Willi or without room,  tlie Hku.. 1,11 ollice.  Apply nt  To Rent.  Furnished Rooms 10 let���������all convenience.   J.  H.CRKSSMAX, .Mackenzie Ave,    . ,   "*  TIDyEIE   TABLE.  YOUR .  Spring Suit  U fcfe U fe fe  Now is the time to cnll nnd arrange  for n SI'ItlKK SUIT and an Ot'EKCOAT  ���������Splendid line of Suitings, Newest  Fnsliion Plates, good workmanship.  An Immense Lead of Gold-Bearing*  Quartz 40 Feet in Width ���������Runs From  S5 to $16 per Ton.  Tlw-i'iiL (ii>vcliip:ni>nb operations oil  llu1 Tfiiiii-rfoiit Kronp on Ti-nil<!i-ffiot  i-ri't-k liavc .-.liowii up an extraordinary  liiidy "f snid mt'. Tliu Innj-tf.-t uf tlnri*  tunnels now lieinjr driven' on thu  rltiims cut a hndy of 20 feet of decomposed (|iiiti-t-__ which jravo returns of  ii't in Ri'ld to the ton all across the vein  After rnnnintr tlirnujjh this stnIT th<3  tunnel pierced a body uf <niartz, !i2 feet  in lliickni-ss running frmii So to Slfi in  gold to thu ton. The lead i.s exposed for  a distance of '.ISM) feet and experts  ivlio recently looked the property over  claim that there is more than .$:.._.-  ( .XJ worth of ore in sight. It is ent.i-  ni'ited that it will cost aliout SI per  ton to mine and inill the ore. Three  tunnels. Uf). feet fi^feet and 20 feet  i-t'.ipui-livi-ly.., mark the development  work done* on this group up to the  present. It is expecled that hefoie  loiiii this property will he bonded to  nu ���������m:?-**-*:*!! Ani'.'i'.can pyndi'-afe.  of 50 feet some. 18 inches of .galena, was  struck.  SCOTT r.'Kl**ISlC  Scott Greek is just north of Menhenick Creek. The Copper King  group of three claims, a copper proposition, is near the head of the creek.  Some splendid ore hns been taken out  of the claims, assaying 30% in  copper.  The Sunset Group of two claims,  also near the head of Scott Creek, has  very rich Ki-i>y copper ore. The Lost  Gui* Croups of four claims, on Scott  Creek, has a Rood ledge of (pnti'ty., with  iron and some galena.  MINKKAI. fllt.r.  Mineral Hill, which lies just north  of Pool Creek, is. from pre-ent in-  dical ions, likely to be rich. All the  claims are in heavy timber, and nearly  all were slaked last summer.  The Kvn Group of two claims, located last July, is a free-niillniK proposition. Some of the rpiai l_ from  these claims unsays from SOT up per  Ion in K'"ld. The width of the lead is  :������) feet. This group was recently  bonded to Montana parties, who  J11.-.I, finished putt.in������ up  will keep  Prompt delivery of  any pari oi the City.  Anv Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  have  thins,   and  forte of   men at work all  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCatty Block.  Paints,    Oils,  Glass.  All orders left at It. M. Smythc's Tohccco  tore, or by Telephone No. 'UKM will receive  rompi attention.  **************************  __, T  We Repair   WATCHES  CLOCKS, -  nnd all klndi oi Jewellery  If tlie work i������ not "atlsfnctory we  rclnnii your money.  WE GUARANTEE OUR WORK  and stand hy our guarantee.  We ������No carry a sood line of WaK'hc������  and Jewellery, which we dispose ol at  moderate priccH. "������  KM. ALLUM, j  First Street  Thc. Leading  Watchmaker and Jeweler.  _xt lloor to IlKRAi.n oflice.  ********************* **** If  LEWIS BKOS.  SUCCESSORS TO KAYJiTTB UUKEfl  FIUAKCIAL, _R.E^.L ESTATE  ca-EavTE-E^^Xj i_isrsxj_E?.^.__>roE agents  ..FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE..  Money to Loan on Easy Terms.  Rents Collected..  One door east of Molsbn's Bank  Our delayed (dock of tho above has just  arrived nnd wo havu much pleasure in  "���������Inning before the Kevelstoke puhlic n  ist of the Roods wo are now prepared to  supply them nt reasonable prices.  R. H. MAYNE,  SOLE AGENT  ..LOTS FROM $150 UP..:  -ON   EASY   TERMS-       !  <**40*V440'0tf00tK}*tf0<*0*a000* 1  R. H. MAYNE,  ���������c ���������*  Notary Public and insurance Agent.  Dolled and Jtaw Oil, Turpentine, Coal,  Tar, Varnishes in three grades.  Colors ground in Oil, Japan or Dry.  Cold Water Kalsominc In every shade.  Whiting, Plaater and Portland Cement  Goods guaranteed to Iw of best quality  and nil from best makers.  Starret's Mechanics Tools lor Sale  ���������^.W. M. Lawrence  Hardware. Tinware. Stoves.  Paints. Oils and Glass.  Agent for Hamilton Powder Co.  STEAMSHIP   "LARDEAU"  Running* Between Arrowhead ��������� arid  Thomson's Landing.  Cninini'iifliiB  .Turn.  lW'i.. 1!>IK>, -will  sail*  follow*   (weather pcrinittiiiK).  Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's landfill;  ami t.'oinaplix at T(|'cl.������ck.daily.'  Leave. Thomson's l.audinir anil Comnplix for  Arrou head ut IK o'clock daily   -  Connecting With All C.P.R. Trafns  and Boats.  The owners reserve the right to change-  times of sailings without notice.  v  FRED. ROBINSON,  MniuiKWlg J'lrnitor..  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,  -=J=-^TH0S.-LEE;-Pi*npi'ietoiv-7^^  -*f*l.'{.'j.'l,.X.-j,j,{.-|,4.j.,{,^,j.^,j.j.j.^,j.4.{,j,j.j.  "A LOCAL INDUSTRY  +  .OF PUBLTO BENEFIT  THE REVELSTOKE  STEAM LAUNDRY..  .IS BOTH  Telephone 36.  P.O. Box 86.  Savage Bros.  Second Street  THE  Family Grocers  ....8AVAGE BROS, beg to inform the   public   and their patrons that they have added a  .. ..choice line of FRESH GROCERIE8 to their   stock, and are prepared  to sell at close   figures for cash.  We still haridle  FEED AND FARM PRODUCE  All Purchases delivered free of Charge.  Fresh supply of fish every morning.  Thc Proprietor requests your  patronage on -the above facts.  First Class Machinery ami  First Class .White Help, ensures First. Class Work. A  tii.-tl order is solicited from  outside points, or fnuu resi-*  dents of Revelstoke who are  not already-on our list of  patrons.  +  *+���������  -.  ���������*  *  *+���������  ���������*  *���������  *  fr  fr,  fr  <*���������  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  t'  fr  fr  % TELEPHONE NO. 43. fr  ? t  **************************  F. BUKER,  Proprietor.  TELEPHONE NO. _3.  Careful attention.  Prompt delivery  I ������nd King Street;  Jas. I. "Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly filled.  I Corner Dourlu     EEYB^-__:0HB,B.(S..  f  it-*-'  M  m  -*HP  4fy  w  1  f'  1%  ���������1  ''Vi  *  f  I  I  ���������'?:_  M_____


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