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Array h  7:  . <-. >  U  AA  11  'nc y  -7 it.  \  "W    1  ���������4  i ii  / %  -_2u.    J2___.  &_  m  ���������'s1"^  ?*  ���������%  i  a  -ISSTTISID   _T"Vv IO'HJ-__^-nW-*El"H]I'_: -- 'X'TJ.SSnD^.'.rS    J^.__n!"*jD    ���������".^"E&.E.D.A-'.irS-  Vol.  IV.    No.  63  REVELSTOKE, B. C, TUESDAY.   AUGUST 7, 1900.  S2.00 a Year in Advance.  /  i   . ���������  ������\ij  'ki  30 Cases  Qeyloii Tea  15 Cases  celebrated  5 o'clock Tea  This is the first lot wc have  had direct from the plnuta-  j tion and it is much superior  to thc y o'clock we have had  before.  w6b  BEN HUH "  40c. per lb,  Thi.!** can   ot be equalled i'or  the money.  Justin another shipment of  IT ���������  n.s  r_.  4U  arid 50  1*_/  PER LH.  "M  sa.S<  !  TIIK  FAMOUS  Ham Lai's  [ The best  Package   Tea on  ���������the Market.  Coffee!!  Five barrels Java and Mocha  tzr������li{*ri5c7t~tliftt 'can l5e"]5r6"="  cured in Canada.    Also five  barrels of Santos.  JUST ARRIVED  Jars���������? Jars  Two Hundred Dozen Preserving Jars .just arrived.  -Everybody is in great need  of them at this time of year  Come and look at this large  assortment before boiling  down your berries. In this  shipment we have jars in all  sizes. Anyone wanting  .anything in this line should  make a special effort of  looking this shipment over.  THE MACHINISTS  STRIKE  The Causes of I.he Strike as Given By  the Unions in Winnipeg. ���������The Official  Side oi the Story Stated by General  Manager Whyle.  According to despatches frinii Winnipeg I he cause ol' tin: machinists'  strike iu the C.P.R. shops was ns  follows:  At a mooting held Wednesday  night, ol' a coniinilloo of hoilcr makers,  machinists, blacksmiths and allied  mechanics, it wa.s resolved: "Thai.the  reilncLion of the stall' was a direct  blow liy Mm company against the  union under raise pretences of a  decrease in business; thai the company  ignored whatever overtures were  made lo t.lieui regarding heller conditions; in the reduction of lhe .stall'  the company practically aimed nl. the  active members of tho union; that  preference was given to non-union  men; Mint, eliiciency nnd length of  service was totally ignored." These  rrsolulions were endoised hy each of  llu; unions and it was on t.h'.'Se grounds  that the strike was declared.  The Winnipeg Telegram of Saturday  says:  This striking boiler makers and  machinists held a private meeting in  the Albert li'nll yesterday afternoon to  sum up lhe. situation. It occupied  considerable time, and though Ihey  would not fray what transpired, it was  hiuled that tlie commencement of a  very serious strike had just, been  inaugurated. In ordinary strikes the  men take the actions of a company as  a mutter of course, hul, in this case it.  is very dilVcreni. the men seem to be  almost, furious in their desire to get  what they claim lo he their rights.  They claim that mil ice was given lo  .Master Mechanic. Mr. Oi-d. that t.he  schedule of agreeiiiont hut-ween the  men and the company was not, being  ne ted up In by the In tier, and asked  that it might, he respected. .A settlement was asked to he mado hy August  I or the men would go out. No set'.le-  meiil. uns n.nde. and the head men  who wailed on Mr. Old were laid (jit"  as well as nearly ���������*!���������&'_ other., anil then  the men struck.  A boiler maker, when seen by a  Telegram repoi-ler. staled lhat the  strike was duo almii-,1 entirely to the  eomp'iny not. acting up,.to the agreement with the men, but was hastened  by the compnny laying off such a number of its employees during tlie part  few days.  Pome of I he chief complaint-of the  men, as slated l,y a ptoniiucnt union  niaii. are. Mint i'. wns chiefly union  men and especially the more pinmi'n-  ent members of the union who weie  discharged, ..having probably been  specially marked fur dismissal, Mint  the company had repeatedly violated  ill; ngi cement wit li t he men, uiadu at  the conchison of last year's strike,  that there is no scarcity of work, and  that the railway company had not,  granted representatives of the unions  transportation to Winnipeg to disetis.-  the matters at, issue between the company and Ihe'meii.  The Unions involved are the machinists, blacksmiths' helpers, liuiloi-  makers and allied mechanics.  W. Whyte. Gen. Mgi*. of the C. P. It.,  when interrogated by a Telegram ri -  pori-cr last night .saidt.hat..up to_J.hat  J -**^._������.M^.**^*_*_^P>-V������^,>".>^^ &iejZ?#^J������Jtt&J*&&PS&Jtt&P&&lf'JWi g j  it*,  THE CITY GOUHCi  it.  <OlX������"* r\ rP  ?.*������s������2������������xi*������i>3<s<t^^  JhL\J Jl   W JzhJtL JL -O-iEsXb &2&b&k ������ JL & ������������.  tii������Etlhrti4i*i  'f������ir������iinii[t<  in *���������'_."*'  in ? .-. -,- ���������  ������������������������������������������������������'��������� iVO*.  ���������J-... .l~__ll  V.-W vL������:>C*t^>i^C*-.y������-~_V.>^V,':'V_^^ ' "-.'C^C" t\%jUt!J\.l.  The LAST TWO DATS OF -9  j*- ry> 'i- i^tv-v****  ���������'���������if'." -A-,'"   -���������vi  m  m  m  f.';?  m  m  m  m  m  ������  *���������_*_  _���������"���������_  OUR JULY SALE  Monday and Tuesday mark tho cloae of Ihe biggest Midsummer Sale of Dros..-. Goiids, J">oor.-i mid trrhoes,' .lite, xxc  ever had. Of course wo feel'pleased "with ihe results, and  this pleasing satisfaction is shaved by thousands of buyers  who took advjintnso of our Tu'-v Sale prices. As a fit tin tr  climax we are going to make values of greater interest  than ever for the month of August.On Wednesday morning  we commence bv sellinj:���������   .  ���������"���������; i  m  i.   .  ')-���������'���������_  g3  ���������c'y  m  m  ,m  fc'i< v_^f*_������ _. -i- 'j o������. i_>> C-i^ B-'-i l-.'V k_-*_. ������������������-���������ii K.^ii'^t.1- -t^twVv-. _, i -._; __.._J _i^*_! __. _i ,;.-_oi.' ImJ .i-_< -i-i.v.***-, kl-u ^i.^J **zl  o:  FOUGHT  SUNDAY MORHiHG",  B3  ,yuae  "Waists  fxr<A  @   The manufacturer said it would he a sin tosell anv of  .Sj   tlie*=e i-leiraiit liiinimer Sliirt, "lYnisi.- for less t ban one  ������   dollar.    They nre an assoi led loi: ranging in price up  to Twent v-One Hollars a do/.en.    Take vour  jiick   on  w   W.ednesd'ay V.niLi.  THBY   LAST AT 1 DOi.I_Alt  0   ���������not more ihnn two to my one customer.  ���������-  1 A Record Season  | in Bumnier Fabrics  wy . :  (���������)   Induing the  lnisin("--.s .we  inciease om-.ability aud_  eapneity lo do il.     [ivcrythiiig good in Wiiah JETabrics  comes to us.    Here are the latest.  |- CHOICE 20C. MUSLIMS���������156;  8>   230 Yards HO iiuh Princess Baptist t\ one of lhe  le-id-  S    ing V.'n-h Fabri  A.  T'H.  "> 'j.^y ���������*/��������������� cry nv  u-'*-���������,    -_, ������������������������*..* \i.<}    S������^ -*-  TS  lillinery I  iting   So  as  Mil" season���������whit e iri omuls wi!  ������ figured de. igus ni R"d, l^ght, llln'e. Navy Bine. Pin  K   Iielioii ope Mini Pui'iiii-. e:;ei-l|uiit    ,*. earing .nod  fo   wnsbing good:'.    ]teg,'.!.i'.'2!).c.  Wednesday   Mai! unleiw iv-achiii'/ it-, .-in*,* tine- on *\A*ei]n  '(A  ������  will be filled at. these jirieis Tnuisd;.  ;C'od  . loc  dav  ������ 15c SILK FINISHED.PRINTS FOR izlc  ������ _."iO   Till d"   Finest.  .Silk   Fini-hei.   Aincriciiii   Prints;  @ while   ground.*,,   witn   nanow   stripes *i>f   rl'.ue  Iiair  g Ijines. Pin Snipes, po.-itivi-ly fast, mlitrs, regular l'iv..  ������ goods for '. 12,'c  2oc BORDERED  101)   Yards' ���������{')   inch    White  imitation hi-iustilchin'.**. be-*-'.  LAWN i;*t  "Victoria     Lawn,  -���������It*. f]unlily for. ..  Willi  ...Lie  A finv do::_'ti Kendy;iO-V/enr   and   pretty   " O  Hals "' left, including some* ill' Sat iu jumbo Jlraiils,  well as Pressed   nud Milan Silraws. in Siii|oi''miape_���������  also  children's   pretiy   I rimmed   hats   in   white  and  other good co'en  nt  . ..*.   Ki'gular Jjil.nO" to   H'l.in.  ...    The  lot   <$   Si.00 8  ������  Sailors of superior ipinlity. <<:��������� children's, in 1 .ustie i;5  .Mixed. Straws, lhat -sell lit 7_c or $1. Toclear ai .. <3      ��������� ^.Oe   ������  (.hildren's   S'.rn-.v   Uailnis.   in    while   and  Regular 7I.C and i"*0e.     Now for   colored.   23c  Save Money on  Furnishings  .Ki'ii's lliacli  and pocket.  SKIHTS  :',iitei'n Hhirts.niade wil'si 1.  All   yi/.;*s. ��������� Regular  price  r.-illai-h*"  ���������_���������For fi.'  JIi-u'- Illm-I; .Sateen Whhts*. he-tvvfj;  ��������� col! ir ami nocki-t,. ��������� Regular $1 _...  Five tlc.Jfis T'l'-n'-; Silk nml f-j.iliu ?  in hands, siiing .-n.d how sliapet*  lir-diuni s!*..'d"s. iu a well assorreii  siik lined.  o,,  pi ice  .Or  alily: n'lailo witli  Sale, ���������price���������$1.00  ec't'.yeni* in four-  1 ligiit. dark ,*in.-l  v.nge of  -jMltei i"-.  inn /.>c. fj.ilu price  Tive doxi'ii  li'illiriiritim,  size.-,���������at OOe  7ileu'-; ft'oinitie'r "Weight  ���������III]'', Grey and Pawn yii.  each.  i/iuierwenr  ui  .des,      Regiilai'  ���������W"9TT  ������ We have enquiries from all quarters respecting 0::r Specitil Sale of Ca-pels annomiced  I for this morning anil now in progress. To satisfy everybody we -shall have to continue  9    it tomorrow.    Here is a summarv of Wednesday's values���������  %  t'l  %  '$  We have to draw your attention to our glassware  department���������it- is brim full  of new goods.  j RAM LAL'S TEA as a Package Tea  I cannot be beat.       It has no equal In the  Market, as a sample package will convince all lovers of good Tea.  time he had received n'o'coiiiuiun'-  cntion -whatever from the strikers nor  had any of lheir representatives Wailed upon him to lay their supposed  grievances before, him. Ordinarily  when any of I ho unions considered  that, ihey hacK-i grievance they stated  their ca.-e to the general superintendent, and if the decision of the general  superintendent, was not, ���������satisfactory to.  them they had the right to lay a statement, or their complaint, before him  I'or a final answer. Sometime ago the  men had linked Mr. Ohorue for ci-rlain  advances in wages which the company, owing t'l**' the slackness of business, was unable to grant. The 1111-11  had nnt brought, their case before him  and the matter was considered ended.  Tho next development-wan the strike.  As lo the truth of the charge made  hy the men that nienibeis, and. especially le'nders, of the unions had  been discriminated against in llielaj-  iug oil' of men. Mr. Whyte said that  he had received order.-, from Montreal  that the expenses of lhe wotei n  division hud to he reduced by a certain  amount and he had accordingly given  order for the laying off of a certain  number of men at the various shops  in tho west. The orders given by him  were Mint the unmarried men and in-  dilVe.rent workmen were lo he laid oil".  Their had been no discrimination  against union men, as the ofiiciais did  not know who were union men and  who were not.  Art  a-__maBcj_c_-*_7r'lTTTi'_gEm_v^ s__________i_3___?______ffl__3_s!^  $1 00 Tapestry Carpets are Reduced to 70c \ 5Cc Union Carpets are Redu        '  75c Tapestry Carpets are Reduced to 56c.   \ ������*.-,���������'        -        _ ���������    TT���������-   ,  j vU(-,������    j-**-..    --2    Union  Z  $ .75cKemp.Brussels are.Reduced to.Ooc.   ..._,.. Reduced to $.i.Ji5.  "*-*.    -i -      * '    '    '       '   * ' ' *   _��������� 1     ~7       " -----  -���������    ���������t  ���������- -  65c Hemp Brussels are Reduced to 40c.  65c Union Carpets are Reduced to 5oc.  ;ee to 40c  Squares  ���������jt-p ij  \ $9.00 3:-;-4. Union Art Squares are  Keducec. w  ���������1  ?7-75  i__t_Aai^3r__sa__r*_n*_crr/sag*a*na^^  Bruce Lav/son Reports or. the Affair  the  Revelstoke W. P. & L. Co.  The City  (JomiLil  met a.-   u.-iial  on  Kiiday evening.    Pi*e.*-ent, the  uiayni,!  Aid. Kilp.iii iik. (.iirdon. Xowman.  <'oji.v.i\Nic.vrioxs  Vi'e'.e read from (Jiiief of Police  Rain, suggesiing Mint a curfew law  should be passed pi eventing children  being on the street at night, referred  to JL'.yiaiv lommitte.': AssUi. See. of  Interior with reference to lite F.trwell  townsite. on w liich llie city clerk was  rct| nest ed to write asking tiie department to issue patent:*; to ail parties  whose claims had been adjll-ted in I  otdei' I lint taxes might he collected  from Minn forth with; Rink of llaiu-  illou, (,11'ering to buy the it-sue of  debentures i'or improvements this  year at par, which oiler was accepted.  KEPOHT*.  The coiumittee on licenses reporlcd  in favor of granting a sole license to  I'rat'.k (iaunders as scavenger on  condition of his complying with t he  regulations of Rylaw _!\o. 1. The  report waa icferred back to commit tee  lo report0:1 condition of wagon boxes  in i*.r.e by scavenger.  Bruce   Lawson   read   his  report   on  the nHairs on   the   Revelstoke  "Water.  Power & Light Co. as follows:  HEPOIST IIX .1I--FAIHS OK 11. W.  i.. li V. Cl).  1. Amount of i-.-ipitai actually piiid  in for stock. Si.'"5,7:.0.  'Z.  fiitere-st at 1"5 per cent, on amount,  of actual paid-up capital:    $lo,_37.Si.  .'3. Amount  bin rowed  bv  coinpanv.  S.;2?).00l\ a!! of whicli wns   "largely,met!  in construe!ion.  -I. Amount of scrip issued as stock  dividend.-:. t3io.0t_0.11.  ii. Amount of earnings spent on  capital account, ?jl _,{).__. IJ.  Ci. Cost of repairs and   ye.n-ly  maintenance:  1J.97-S3, SHO: iSOe-CS." SCodO.-  <'.*, lSi-y.-IO'.X), 50,012.C_.   Total !J]__.752.-  fJ7. '  7. Annual gross revenue:  Dec. ���������Oli-Jiay 3!. '97-S520.07.  May 'M. '!)7���������May :<1. '{)3-S3.7l0.10.  May 31. 'OS���������May HI. '09-S7.a53.7G.  May SI. "IK)���������May XI. 19110���������Si:!,0io.S3.  Total: i?25,7S:_.03.  S. Aniouiit of cash dividends p.iid:  $...0011 Sept. Ist. IS97.  'it!. A mount of .supplies on  'land not  charged     to   construction   or    repair  account,.  132,015!) as per inventory taken hv Col.  Tracy.  VI. Book nccouiits and liabilities at  May SI, UW).  Liabilities, exclusive of hank loan,  _: i ���������-������ I n oo -       -       -.   .  Amounts due company, fjt.3:5-l.o15.  11. Cost of roust i nc lion of entire  water sy.-tem, exclusive i.C rep.iiit and  maintenance.    8i7_.01_.E_. *,,  i2. Actual   C'ii.-t.   of.  construction   of  *-* -  entire light sysiVrn excltisivo ot ri pairs  and ni.-iintenani e:   S;'S.-irrJ.C3.  Tho report was refei red to the. whole  council to meet at,'heir convenience.  A bylaw was put thiongh to borrow  ;:,i,()0O from thf. "Molsu'.iS Bank to meet  ciu-retii, expend il ore.  Dr. ?i!e]-Cei-iin:e was appointed health  ofTicor in tlie absence of Dr. G:*o=*s  for  the city.  _     ���������  - *   - -y  Sixteen   Thousand   Allies   Engage   tho  Chinese at Pietsang, a fev/Miles North  of Tien Tsin.  W.\f-!nNCiTON,  Aug. C���������The   follow-'  ing cablegrams has  been   received   at  the   navy   depaitinent:      "Che   Foo,*  Aug. 0���������British   onoflicial reports  tell  of   an   engagement   at    Pietsang    on  .Sunday morning, from:*! tol0::50.     The  allied loss   in   killed and wounded was"  l._f"J. chiefly Russians   and   Japanese.'  Chinese aie retreating.  "Chee Foo. Aug. G���������The ulioOicial*  report, i-. believed to he reliable.  About lG.OOO nllies heavily engaged  the Chine-e at Pietsang at ('ayhreak*  of the .1th.  LfiNi.iiN, August G���������A spocial des-'  patch from Pretoria, date*! August  i'rd .says: General Lord Kitcliener'  has n.���������irr.')'wed the circle around Dewet  and Steyn by driving out tlie enemy"  from one of the flank positions which1  beheld.  I ��������� Ladies5 Silk  | Summer Glove  A'  i^ Ladies'1-1-inch Ileavy Milanese .Silk T.ili'eta Cloves.  * in Fawn. Tan and Bla-k���������a slyli.ih and good wearing  5J   glove.    Our regulnr .")0c for "ox:  !  (.'  ^   Lidii*"-' lines! ipialilv  of  Plain   Illm-I-:   Collon   IIi.se.  mery at Half Price  m- &.;  WI  0  J)  Cf.  \_' '_'���������4.. t  aampie  ^ur^ams  c   ������  ab  Yon  [*.     -fc_^ '*J  Twenty Five Odd Sample Ciul.iini. This loi ,-om-  pri-es a splendid range of Fine Noltinghaiu l_ace  Curl liu-. ol inches wnle and.'I van!-: long, Thi*. is  the hi-M iol "of Sample Curtains we have ever put en  sale.    Regular value ,',-*l 0'5 lo  #l.,.l)  each���������on   sale  nl,  Ij ill li*"-   lines!   (pialitv   ol   I'liuii   lllni-K   l.olton   Ili.se,      ������sv     j-t-s..-.     r- ��������������� r������������     -o r-j    . , ,.-���������..        ...  Hermsdorf Dve. high -pliced heels, full fashioned, all     *#>    i"K 'i , V. i~b      VV   i^l'iPl   {^Ti'iit,^,  sizes.    Regular price ILIc per pair -at. .  \ Pearl Hats a,nd  | Straw Sailors'  s  %  %  I  g   \ Ladies' capes  5   Six Ladies' ChilTon Capes.    These capes  up   till   now  g   have been selling for $5.,_0.    Special   !;ii 25  Men's Plain White . Canton Braid Si raw IJonlcrs.  with straight crown and (lit liriir,, plain black or  navy   blue   silk    bands    and   good   leather   sweats.  Regular price $1.2.. and $1.00.    Sale price 50c  Childier.'s plain AVhile or Fancy Mixed Straw  Sailors.    Regular pri( e a-Jc.    To sell ut  25c  ������  #  to:  While Crochet. Quills,   soft,  fliiLsh,  Regular (J;1.2,"- each.    On sale al   doiiblo    li.'d  Ml.Oil  Jit-^J   ���������>     ._.-  Ji.  ..., ., .-,    j^. ���������_.     ^-. r-.   **.  Uib-OJL    L-iJ.e  Oott  CtYi  TAT"  tjUAi  3 ������<  M(i incli Cl'ached  Cotlnn.  On Wale al   _L<J!i     iW*  Our  ijOO'I"]  price   r.'.'.c.   10c  .peciai on Wetinescay Y"]), i,u'-',''":;il  r',il*?!'  e- -    lluckaliaek fowel-i w Itll  ���������i'Je    per   pair.'  .. . .20c per pair  coloi ed liordeis.  W.iecial for   Our  regular   price  THE STANDARD CROUP  A Miningf  Manager's  Report  On   This '  Greit Gold-Copper Property���������Prepared '  for Something Good, But the  Reality  Reyor.d All Expectations.  1.   T.     Brewster,   :nanii.g<.ir:'of '.the'  Carues Creek.   Consolidated,  came  in  on Sunday from   a  trip  to  the   Rosebery.      He accompanied C. J. Rumens  to   the  "standard  group,   making his  t'irst     visit     to   that   property*.     Mr.  Brewster told the Hi-KAi.D that while"  quite     prepared   to   iind    something  pretty   good on   the   Standard,     the  reality'fai* exceeded his  expectations.  The surface indications and the shewing., "of ' ihe.'   Standard 'mine  under  development appear-U> him  to  point'  out till' Slnndard   basin   as something  ahead of anything in  the  way   of   a',  gold-copper camp in the province,    lie  considers  that'if   the Standard mine"  with its present showings' was   near  Rossland   there   would  have   been , a '  deal on for it, hf.'fcire now taking rank  with the Centre 'Star"''deal  in 'magnitude and he thinks  the stock ofthe*  Prince  Mining  Co..   which  owns  the"  St indard i.- a good buy just at present  The lower tunnel is now   through   the"  talc ami into  the  diot'ite, -and'  small  bunches  of ore   are shewing _. on  the  face, pointing to the fact lhat the first  leul is" not veiy fa:* olf.in fart another  10 feet nught to cut it.    It will  take-  quite a hit more  work..however,  he-"  fore   the lower tunnel   is  under   the  main   ledge   on' thfc surface, which is  however' dipping   towards   it.'       Mr.  *  Biewiler   al������o   reports    a   very   nice  shewing of copper on II. Morris' claim.**  near the Standard.  The chairman of Public v, orxs  committee was instructed lo make a::  estimate'of the amount of lumber  required for sidewalks* and the clerk to  advertise for tendei.-, for delivery oV  same.'  Tha council then adjourned.  GUT-Y.GRF._8.  Billiard   Room    in    Connection  Brown's Tob icco S.ore.  with  Porto    Rico    Cigars,    5  Brown's Tobacco Store.  Soc.  Busy Wednesday!  Way Bach: in Kingston.  Well, Sir, there's no use talking,  they do have all sorts of funny things  in Kingston. Tlio Times s.ivs a grocer j vj  there got an order from a customer, j-S  which read as follows: "Send me ajg  sack of Hour, 5 lbs. of cofe and 1 lb. of j 2  tee. My wife gave hirlh to a large! 2  baby girl last 'night, also .. lbs.- starch 1 S  and a My t rap. lt weighed ten pounds ! M  and a stiaw hat.���������Belleville Inlelli-jg  geucer.  That  is  wliv wo have   planned such _an  e.\-tr.*i   d;.y for  Saturday.    Ijxtra ulVer-** and   price,  ir.diii'fnu-nts.   b.iig.iin  y hints nnd suggestions of economy   I hat  should  make the  day's shopping most pleasant, and helpful. By considering well tins list of-peeial ilems you'll be able lo plan  your pun iinsinir lo far better advantage (innncially than you expected. Will be ready lor you at eight o'clock  "with all these Wednesday specials and many other good things wo hn ve not space to mention.  ������������SX_XSS*2XEX_������c������X^^  General Merchants*    ....   ���������'��������� .        Revelstoke, B. 0  ���������^_W***W**-.**^^.**>.**W#*^^ KW^.W:^.?.?.^*^^  A Crickit Kovelty.  A verj- inteie.stiug game nf cricket  wn������ pl.-iyi'd on th" Cum Club Ground  last Saturday: owing to aieryfc-w  fellows turning up. inr. Captains had  lo bo'ch(i...c!i for lhe s.iim; team, the  Iii ������t innings seen ing for one captain,  tile second inning-* for the other. The  si oring wa.s as t'oilows :  .1. K. Tayi_,iu_'__ .mm:.  Taylor il, b. Simmon-.  Simmons 0. b. M.ily.  Maly i.i, b. Simmons.  Rob.-on o, e. Mi:!y. 1,. ���������Simmons.  Field.... e. Taylor, h. Maly.  .'���������iorris 0. b. Sin'muiis.  Win-in* 0, b. Sinniuii*.?.  Fr.-i'-er *_', b. Maly.  Smyth 2, h. Sinnuons.  V.irni's 2. b. M.ily.  i'ld-.vard- I, not out,  ������������������*>:tra.  10. IP!:.! -I...    ^  X':'. II. Si.iMtixs stt.::.  Si'inuons 1... (;. Field, li.  Son:e Valuabie  Advice   Givin   by   Mr_T*  F. W. Foster. -  Since all  opinions and  experiences '*  ri'pa ruing the extiipation of cut-worms"  are of interest'at the present juncture, *  the following letter from  Mr." F.  XV.  Foster, a geiiMemen whose'opinion  is '"  well worth  considering,   is published,-  with the advice to try the' simple and  inexpensive ���������'remedy   he' recoinnietids*  and which, has the additional merit of  being iioi.-poi*_onous:  "      " cimiofiri.roirJ������iy^-sonGOu"  3. R. Anderson. "Esq., Deputy Minister "  of Agriculture. Victoria:  Dear Sir���������[have your favor re destruction of cnU-worms',  and  for your "  own information and that of the public '  1 may say that many years ago I tried  the line dryashes of wood,  sprinkling  the same around   where   these   cutworms infested fields and gardens.and  found it-a dead shot every time.    I do'*  not know hov.* it acts   if it gets  wet,-  bui. directly a worm  touches it on  the *  surface  he   wriggles and  dies,    It-is*  easily trisd by yom getting   a  few  of  (them and  let them  touch-the  white  a-jhes. As poultry  and other farm and  house civnt'iivs  ronii  around   where  arsenical sweetened lir.m is  put,   it  is  well to avoid it if  possible, -anil   pans',  green is niconic in one of its strongest  form.-..  Your.s vei v li-.ilv.  F. XV. FosTUIt. ���������  lor.  j-i orris".  Melri. o. i.iv  lor  Taylor IS. not out.  Maly !���������'. l>. Siiiimo:i>.  Robbon I. ii. Siuiutons.  Field 1. I). Simmons.  Winsor 7. h. Maly. .  Fraser'", h. Siniiiuins, c. Field.  Smythe ._. h. M.ily.  Varnes 13. not out.  EdwaiusI, c. Siniino::... h. Taylor.  ilxtra.s S. total i:i.  What Is Tumerism?  What Turnerisni  was or is no one '  has yet oxphiined. not even those who ���������  were down on  Turnerisni.    As  far as'  the man Mr. Turner is concerned,   the. '  events of   the   past   two   years   have  proved that he thoroughly understood  the needs of the Piovince and how  to '  j encourage   prosperity.    He * carefully'  guarded   the  credit of the   Province,,  and hone.-tly, with the help'oi" others,  governed it. and no greater guarantee *  nf the pioper handling of tho  finances-  of this young Province can he given to  the world, than by making Mr. Turner  Minister of Finance.���������Rosslanci Record.  Consolation  Perry Leake came in from the  Consolation, on French Creek on  Saturday. Jle has five men working  on the (.1,-mn drifting and reports  having takei*. out some gold.  El Presidente Ci^ir at Brcwn's.  Cannot Be Delayed.  The general elections cannot be much  iong .r delayed.     The final'selection of '  candidates   in   the    various     constituencies   will  soon   he imperative.    A.  number of nominations  have already  Iven made.      Sitting members will  Vie '  renominated, as a matter of couise in  not a few   cases.   .But  many  constituencies remain in  which the question*  of nominees is still undecided.���������Halifax-  Chronicle (Fielding's organ) July 'SI- IH  11  Revelstoke   Herald  Published In the interests o������  Revelstoke, I_ar_teai_, Big Bend, Trout  Lake, Illicillewaet, Albert Canyon,  Jordan      Pass      and      Eagle  Pass Districts.  A.    J OHXSOX PROPRIETOR  A. Semi-Weekly Journal, published  ln the interests of Revelstoke and  the surrounding districts, Tuesdays and Fridays, making closest  connections with all trains.  Advertising Rates: Display aQii.,  J1.50 per infch, single column, $2.00 per  Inch when inserted on title page.  Legal ads., 10 cents per inch (nonpa-  nel) line for first insertion; 5 cents  for each additional insertion. Reading  notices, 10 cents per line each issue.  Birth, Marriage and Death notices,  free.  Subscription Rates: By mail or  carrier, $2.00 per annum: $1.23 for six  months,  strictly in  advance.  Our Jo,b Department. THE HERALD  Job Department is one of the best  equipped printing offices in West  Kootenay. and is prepared to execute  all kinds of printing In first-class  style at honest prices. One price to  all. No Job too large���������none too  small���������for i:s. Mail orders promptly  attended to. Give us* a trial on your  next order.  To Corresp'iiHleiits: Wo Invito correspondence on any subject of interest to the general public, and desire  a reliable correspondent in every locality surrounding Revelstoke. In all  cases the bona fide name ot the  writer must accompany manuscript,  but not necessarily for publication.  Address all communications  REVEL'STOKr.   HERALD.  Notice to Correspondents.  1. All correspondence must be legibly written on one side of the paper  only.  2. Correspondence containing personal matter must be signed with the  proper name of the writer.  3. Correspondence with reference  to anything that has appeared in  another paper must first be offered for  publication to that paper before it  can appear in THE HERALD.  THE  FAST ATLANTIC  SERVICE  i  Our readers v.*ill not yet havo forgotten that in the campaign of 1S90.  one of the most urgent needs of the  country, according to the Liberal  press and platform speakers, was a  fast   Atlantic  service. The   Tories  ���������were derided because they had failed  to carry out a project which was  said to be simplicity itself. [f the  Liberals were only once placed in  ���������power, this crying need should he  -*;upplied  without a  moment's delay.  The Liberals got into power in due-  course owir.g partly to dissentions  and antipathies among their opponents, and owing also to their solemn  pledges. Duties should he removed  at once; barbed wire, binder twine  and coal oil should be made free and  the fast Atlantic service an assured  Jfact  Our Western farmers know already  the result of the barbed wire, binder  twine and coal oil pledges, and they  will be interested to know that Hon.  R. R. Dobel! sails for England next  week, that is in the month of August  ia the year of grace 1900, more than  four years after tho accession of the  L.iberals to power to look into this  question which has taken up all his  spare time from June, 1S96, which  has involved many journeys, to England, which has involved so many  untruthful newspaper reports as to  the closing of the deal, which has  immortalized Dobell's "Bottle nosed"  mythical vessels, and* wliich has  made the Dominion government ridiculous in  the eyes of  the world.  Mr. Dobell's approaching trip is  r>iid by his friends to be due to the  lact that reports from Paris state  ttiat the lack of fast transport hinil-  ^ers_the-deve!opment-=o������-trade-in-the  finished and semi-finished wood pro-  ���������ducts  of Canada.  Now, Mr. Dobell is personally interested in the development of trade,  aa he is said to be largely engaged  ia the shipping business himself, so  that there is still hope that his  looking into the matter once more  may produce something and if he  "will only get his brain to work he  will undoubtedly assist the semifinished wood product of the country.  government, so that while IVlr. Fielding claims surpluses of fourteen millions in four years, the accounts for  the fiscal year just closed will show  that the debt lias increased more than  seven millions since Mr. Fielding took  oflice. It is also claimed on behalf  uf the ministers that ��������� during the la.st  12 months there has been no increase  In the debt. Whether this is so remains to be seen. If it is the finance  minister cannot boast over his predecessor, for the late government has  reduced llio debt as much as $1,700,000  in   oiiu  year.  Under the Canadian system surpluses may be made by high customs  and excise taxes, by large imports  without increased duties, by advance  in the prices of dutiable articles, or by  reduced expenditure. An alleged surplus may also be created by failing to  charge all the cxpendituro into the  account. All these sourcea. except  one, have contributed m -Mr- Fielding's surplus. lie lias not reduced th*.*  ex|ii*ilditin*i'. The current expenditure  in 1MU was less than WT.OOO.OOO. In the  year just closed It was considerably  over .111,000,000. The capital expenditure in lS'-'ti ������as less than four millions. According to Mr. Fielding's  csliiiiaO: (lie capital expenditure fur  the year just ended will inure Hum  (limbic thai .sum. We must therefore  look elsewhere fur lhe reason of Hie  surplus.  The   chief   source     is     the   Increased  imports     and tliis   increase     is     more  marked  in  price  ihan   in  quality.  The  advance   In   price     in   the   last     fiscal  year ovor the year before was in some  articles,   mutably    heavy     iron     goods,  fully  ono  hundred   per  cent.      It  will  bo seen   thai,   applying   the  same   percentage    of      duty,     the    government  would get  iwice a-*=* much revenue out  of   the   same    quantity     of    goods   as  would   have    been     received     in     the  period of low prices.      Even if the advance   tn   price   was   20   per   cent   all  round   the  gain  in    customs    revenue  alone   would   be   live   millions.       The  consumer  of  course  pays   it  all���������both  the increased price and thc extra duty  caused   by   the   increased   price.       Undoubtedly  also   there    has    been  some  increase  in   the    quantity  of    dutiable  imports  and   Ibis, has   put   money  into  the Dominion  treasury.      Again,  while  the government claims to have reduced the duty on    goods    imported   from  Great I.ritain the reduction has so far  been  smaller   than    would   appear  at  the first glance, for while a quarter of  the  general   duty  was   previously  increased   on   the  particular  goods   most  largely   imported     from     the     mother  country.       Lastly,     a   large     addition  wa.s made  to  the revenues by  the* increase   in   excise     duties,     which   are  one-fifth  higher   than    they    were  in  ISflG.    Tobacco   alone    gives     the   government   a   million   dollars   more   than  would have been paid  under the scale  of   duties     wliich     prevailed     In   1SH6.  ICvery   smoker     who       pays     IT,   or   20  cents    per    pound    extra    for    his    tobacco knows something  of  iir.   Fielding's additional revenue.  It remains to deal wilh the surplus  by false accounts. The finance minister's surplus will be made up In  some such  way as  litis:  Revenue jsi.r_.0.000  Current   expenditure     ���������I:',.j00,0*'i0  ofilces at Moncton was charged to capital, though the lato government had  erected and litted up the whole buiid-  ing without charging a dollar of It to  construction. The whole cost, nearly  $100,000 was charged to the Working  expenses of the road, while Mr. Blair  could not expend a few hundred on  furniture without increasing the  public debt account.  These illustrations may be taken as  examples of modern methods in  making surpluses. By following out  ihu receipt any party In any condition of financial misfortune can  figure oiu a surplus of greater or less  amount, ami in good times may make  u  great  showing.  WARNING   VOICES   FROM   THE   WEST  Warning voices are heard in the  West that bodo ill for the government, says the .Montreal Star.  The Grellt'ell Sun, a Liberal newspaper, whose editor is an ofiicer of  llie local Liberal Association, frankly  confesses that "in view ut the economy plank in the Ottawa Liberal platform, ihe Dominion estimates for next  year nearly take away our breath,"  and Intimates that this extravagant  expenditure "utterly flul. .crgnnts the  old fashioned Liberals."  Thn conduct of the government  seems to have also "flabbergasted"  llu: .McGregor Herald, another staunch  Liberal organ, which demands a convention of Manitoba Liberals. The  Herald wants to'know from its fellow  pa.rtymen���������and it puts the question  boldly: "Are we to go to the polls  with nothing but the record of the  government?" And the editor frankly answers his own question in the  following significant words: "An election cry of 'Laurier and the great  Liberal party,' with nothing to back  it, is useless. To go before ihe electors with that alone is to court defeat."  This is pretty plain language for a  friendly party organ tn indulge in.  ft signifies that the people cannot  again be humbugged by the specious  cries that once befooled them; and  that the record of the* government is  so outrageously bad that, without  something to counteract tho impression it leaves on the public mind, disaster is inevitable. But there is very  little time left in which lo make a new  record, and the calling of another  party convention would not set matters  right.   o   HOW   TO   P.P.   HAPPY THOUGH   ON  A VACATION  till the Spanish power interdicted  him, also in Mexico. He has twice  visited Australasia and travelled extensively even in the interior of these  colonies. He knows India well and  its great northwest. He has scattered copies of the scriptures amongst  the people that live around the famous ancient cities of Babylon an,d  Nineveh. He has traversed from the  Black sea ,to the White and held  services among the sailors in Archangel. Cape Colony, Johannesburg,  Pretoria, Port Elizabeth, Durban and  Kimberley have in large audiences  heard his voice. On this tour be. landed at Buenos Aires crossing the  Argentine plains to .Mendoza then  over the Andes up the coast till he  went over tho rails some 14.000 feet  above the level of the sea. Since he  has gone up the coast to Mazatlan  and up the Gulf of California to Guay-  mas taking the rail there for Los  Angeles and 'Frisco on to Portland  and Seattle. Then steamer to Vancouver and Victoria where he preached.  Since he has visited Revelstoke and  Nelson, latterly Edmonton and now  Calgary. Sunday he delivered an impressive address and gave an interesting account of his world wide  travels in the Calagry Presbyterian  church. Having seen our district Mr.  fatcrson goes away inspired deeply  with its great future. Thc reverend  gentleman Is east hound nnd leaves  for Winnipeg where he was 20 years  ago.  St. Paul, July 27.���������A terribly destructive hailstorm swept across the  Red river valley in Northern Dakota  this afternoon, it was five miles  wide. The commencement was at  Cummings, Trail county, where crops  were wiped out clean, window glass  broken and buildings damaged. Portland and Mayville suffered ns severely   as   Cummings.  . o   DUKE OF  BDINBURG DEAD  Coburg. August 1.���������Prince Albert  Duke of Saxe Cobourg, tiled at 10  o^clock Monday evening at Roeenau  Castlo from paralysis of tlie beart.  Recently at a consultation of specialists in Vienna it was discovered thavt  there was a cancerous growth at the  root of the tongue. By his sudden  death he escaped a painful lingering  death. During th.e minority of his  heir the Duke of Albany, tlie government of Che Duchy wttl be conducted  by tine hereditary Prince of Ho-hen,-  lohe Laiigenberg, the gTim-diaxi of tbe  young   duke.   o   NEWS SUMMARY  AN ALLEGED SCANDAL  GWILLIM   &   SCOTT WHITE  "HE   SAID   D-  -N."  Edmonton Post: Our dear old  fiiend the I-Maimlealor, always staid  and proper iu ils deportment, in a  recent issue took exception to the profanity which thi: dramatic critic of  that paper detected In the dialogue of  "My Friend From India," recently performed in that town by amateurs from  Edmonton. Thc usually placid soul  of the Plaindealer was stirred by what  it heard and In many vigorous sentences it puts on record its uncompromising and unalterable attitude  towards anything approaching levity  In speech or, act. We have examined  the text of "My Friend From India"  and, although.its literary merit is not  of the first order, yet we do not find  in   it   the   irreverence   the   Plaindealer  would imply.   Thero is a d n or two  Interspersed  throughout  the  act  Winnipeg, August 1:  Dynamite was again used to damage  St.   Louis  street  cars  and  property.  The Dominion revenue for July increased 5461,098 over the same month  last   year.  A petition is in circulation asking  for the pardon of James Baxter ot  the  defunct Ville  Mario  bank.  An Indian up the Gatlru.au river  murdered his family and other relatives.     He is atil at large.  Troops have arrived at Magog, Quebec, ti> preserve order amongst the  Cotton  company's employees.  The Duke uf Bdinburg, second sail  of Queen Victoria* died at Cobourg of  paralysis of the heart.  The Prince of Wales hiui r*plie*l to  a coajgratulatory lottiev addressed to  him  by tho Manitoba Masons.  Owing to the death of the Duko of  Edmburg the reception to Lord and  Lady Minto was cancelled at Victoria.  The assassination of King Humbert  was due to a plot. The now King,  Victor Emmanuel III. has arrived in  Italy.  It appears that tlie surrender of  Free Staters under Prenslao ancl Vll-  liers to General Hunter was somewhat less than 1.000 burghors. The  others are still in the hills refusing to  come In. Private Ball, who enlisted  at Edmonton, a member of the  Mounted Rifles, has died of fever.  A message was received from the  United States legation at Pektu, dated  July 28, showing ��������� the amrtety manifested waiting for the relief army.  Sixty Eurofxsans were killed since  June 20th, and the legations were attacked constantly day and night. The  advance on Pekln has started. Tlie  Chinese zure entrenched at Wang  T-eum. The Sliaon mission at Fort  Chow was destroyed and the Christians plundered. The Chinese again  bombarded Ui-e capital of Amur.  implicating   British    M.   P.'.s  as    Pro-  Boer Plotters.  London, August 2.���������The Daily Telegraph on the authority of its Cape  Town correspondent asserts today  that documents of the highest importance emanating from England have  boen discovered in Pretoria implicating members of the house of commons and other prominent persons in  England who have agitated in favor  of the Boers. It says that startling  developments may bo . expected  shortly.   0   The following is from the Country  Gentleman, the well known agricultural journal: The fifth edition of  Tho North West Brand Book, (Calgary Herald Co., Calgary. Alberta, N.  "W. T., publishers, for the North West  Territories department of agriculture)  contains more brands than any of the  previous volumes���������a sign doubtless of  the prosperity of the range cattle  owners of that British territory. It  makes', in so far as it is perfect���������and  the greatest care has been taken to  securo accuracy���������a complete directory  of those range cattle, each brand  being followed by the name and address of the owner who uses It. These  lists cover S1G pages, then there are  riinclie cards to page C22, and last  a eompleto Index to owners, which  eai lies     the     volume    to    nearly   CHO  Pit (TCP.  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. Ii. Gwillim.  ARVJBY &     cCARTER  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada  Company funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offlces:     MolBons Bank Block.  First Street, Revelstoke Station, B. C.  W. Cross,  Ollice:   Taylor   Uluck, Mnckcn7.li!    Avenue.  Kevelstoke.  Surgeon to the C. P. II-  Ullculth officer. City of Ruvclsto <���������*-  Methodist Church, Revelstoke  Preaching services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Class meeting at the  close of the morning service. Sabbath school and Bible class at 2:30.  Weekly prayer meeting every Wednesday evening at 7:30. The public  are cordially invited.    Seats free.  REV.S._T.THOMPSON,   Pastor.  The Revelstoke  Herald  but  CONCERNING   THE SURPLUS  Almost at the last hour of the .<������������������������-  =lon the minister of customs hold up  tiie proceedings while he volunteer,-']  a sort of budget speech of his ,.wn.  "ler-.' was nothing especially new in  it, but li started the government  press boasting nt an eight ' million  Collar t-urplus for the year thai ended  on the SOUi of June. 11 may be worth  _������__.il- t<> enquire for a little ini" this  n-.irplus. The books for the year will  noi be closed fur a month yet. so the  ���������exact amount of surplus on current  .--ceount l.-s not known. Mr. Fielding  h.a.1 estimated It at seven and a half'  i-cillions. It this figure is reached the  surplus will b-_ the largest In the history of the country, though in ISSH it  P-Lssed seven millions and in 1SS2 it  exceeded six millions. Mr. Foster  ..mi handsome surpluses in ISM and  MSI, and would have had still larger  balances In 1852 and l.K If he had not  abolished duties equal to the previous  surpluses.  The-..'-- surpluses refer only tn what  i_; called current account or consoli-  <_.������..e������l fund. There i.s no real surplus  of receipts over expenditure. The  outlay on capital account Is usually  ���������fsore than the surplus, so that while  t.tn government claims a surplus it is  _i-_Ily borrowing money to pay for th<:  __<;_-vices of the year. This has hap-  jt^-ned  vjry  year   since   the  change of  Surplus    . S.OOO.COi)  lint there* will be another bill of not  less than eight millions and probably  nine-, millions to be paid on capital  account. This is supposed to be  money expended on permanent investments such as railways and canals,  supposed to be represented by assets.  AVe shall find, however, on enquiry  that one and a half millions of this  capital expenditure is the ouilay for  the South African war. Some ministers have been explaining thai tlie  taxes are high because of this outlay,  w.h i 1 __:i .*��������� _a__ in a 11 e r__f__I_i _.t_n o __u__<J L_i.ln_t__  of the expenditure has been charged  lo current account. Even the cost of  maintaining the garrison at Halifax  appears as a capital charge, though  it is hard to see why it should be so  regarded.  The cost of suppressing the i.'anad-  ian North West rebellion ln 1SS.*> was  over five millions, of which less than  a third of a million was charged to  capital, and .1,900,000 wa.s paid out of  th. ordinary current account. This  was sound financing, but it was not  so good a way to produce a surplus as  Mr. I'-ielillllg's method. Thn ministers  now In oltict- are actually making their  balance larger by the war In riouth  Africa, for while they charge the  who],; outlay tn capital, the mllltla  df-partmuni Is relieved of the i*hari?e  of maintaining that part of tin; permit nc-nt force a.nd mounted police that  is now abroad.  Again, the intercolonial in i 1 '.va y  offers a ..rent field for financing a  surplus. In the year Just ended some  two millions of the Intercolonial ���������_������������������:-  pendlture wa.s charged to capital, ft  wa.s shown by Mr. Powell that a  larg������. part of this outlay went to buy  freight cars purchased to replace ol,l  ones worn out and thrown aside.  Another large part waa for strengthening steel bridges. Still more wa.s  used for the purchase of rails to  replace lighter ones taken up. These  expenditures under the late government were charged aa working expenses of the railway. They then  Increased the deficit or reduced thi  surplus In the railway statement and  In the public accounts generally.  Under Mr. Blair and Mr. Fielding  they do not appear in the running expenses. The result Is that Mr. Blair  works out a surplus on tlu* railway,  nnd Mr. Fii.-lding adds lo his g������n'-r,i.l  surplus. .So far has .Mr. J.l.iir enr-  iled this process that in the cstliinif'.-'  of last so-sion a small item for Ht.'.iTig  u;i  I.'.-.,    top   storey    of    lhe    rai'/iiy  When we speak of tht army ot" the  discontented we generally refer to  the visionaries who want to turn the  earth upside down and establish a new  order on the ruins of the old civilization. I'.ut there is another army  larger, richer and more interesting  than any band of radical reformers,,  an army composed'of the legions of  the summer excursionists, summer  travelers and the frequenters of  summer resorts. It sends out a few  scouts and companies just a.**** soon as  spring- begins lo put a touch of  laziness in tho .atmosphere, and then  day by day, week by,, week, its size  yrows until in Aug. it'reaches its climax. A half century ago its parade  grounds and battlefields on this continent scarcely exceeded a hundred.  Today thoy are nearer one hundred  thousand, and the section or district  with a. hill or a vale, or a clump ot  trees thai does not have either '���������delightful summer board" or scenery  that entitles it to be called the Switzerland of America Is simply lagging  behind the times and missing precious  opportunities. Perhaps ihe Emperor  Augustus, when he stole ���������*> day from  February and added it to August and  named the month in his own honor,  foresaw the part it was to play thousands of years  later.  One of the most contented men in  history was our old friend Diogenes.  "A tub was large enough for Diogenes,  but a world was too little for Alexander." On one histcric day Alexander  called on Diogenes and asked him  \v!Ta-=~he" coultl-do  jor^IirSiT orrry  stand a little out of my sunshine."  was the reply. The summer boarder  has comfort and luxuries beyond anything which either Diogenes, or AK-x-  and"r ever knew, bu; he is as discontented as both of them put together.  H- gels tired of the table and wants  other thimrs. The weather does not  suit him. his room in not exactly what  h~ wants and thus il goes. The man  in the old story who complained that  he had no shoes for his feet became  contented when he .������aw a man without  any feet, hut the summer traveler  with all the conveniences of modern  life iu his beck and call docs not seem  tn be able to learn the lesfons or  patience and appreciation. Perhaps  it is because the more we have III"  more we expect, and.lt Is hard for us  to l-arn thn wisdom of the Spanish  proverb: "Since we cannot get what  w like. l"t  iim like what wo cau  g"t.  Hut there Is a remedy for much of  this ilissa.tlsfactlor,. If the summer  traveler would strive to get more In  formatlnti from excursions and outings h,' would drill himself Into a  happier frame of mind. Toward the  close of his life. Sir Isaao Newton  said: "I do not know wiiat f may  appear in the world, but to myself I  seem to havo been, only like a .boy  playing on the seashore diverting  myself in now and then finding a  smoother poble or a. prettier shell  than ordinary, whilst the great ocean  of trinh lay all undiscovered before  me." There are more smooth peblcs  a.nd pretty shells to ho found, and the  great ocean ot truth still has its my-  '.slerles. Mere physical comforts will  never bring happiness or content  ment, but in interest In things and  sympathy with people, and the desire  to learn and to know more about life,  and to find a, wider appreciation of (ill  that is true and beautiful, the summer  traveler may find happiness and content men t whether he be camping In  the wilderness or occupying the front  second story suite al the highest  priced hotel.   o ���������  .'AN*   "EXTKNSIVE   TltAVEM.KK  these are so artlessly introduced that,  they would not. In the language of  the side-show "barker." offend the  most fastidious or bring the blush to  the check ot modesty. We must confess that, unlike Democritus, the  Greek, whose pleasure it was to frequent ihe nuays of seaports to listen  to and laugh al the length of the  oaths of sallornicn, we see nothing  amusing in profanity, and believe that  the Cowperian aphorism "To swear is  neither brave, polite nor wise" enfolds  a principle of manly rectitude; yet  many have ceased to look upon damn  as reprehensible profanity, but rather  as a harmless ejaculation of such  common usage that it has benome a  part of the vernacular. Speaking on  this subject, that eminent virtuoso,  negro minstrel and stump orator, Mr.  Bill Itice, used to say: "Bruddorn, I  takes mail text where it says: "An  doy shall floe into de mountains of  Hc-psidani, where de Hon roareth and  de whangdoodle mourneth for his first  born.' Now, brudders. dar is seberal  kinds of dam. Dar is Amsterdam,  ltotierdam. wouldn't give a dam, and  just ijlain dam." In the same way  we would draw the Plaindealer's attention to the fact that there are  several kinds of dam. Savants who  have looked into the origin and derivation of certain expressions tell us  that there is a "very small piece of  currency in use In India called a  "dam," and that when one says* in  that part of. the world "I  wouldn't give a dam" for anything he  does not indulge ln denunciatory profanity, hut merely expresses an estimate of value This explanation clears  away the meaningless character of  the expression used in the play "I'll bs>  damned If I do." In the abstract-  this seems a most reprehensible use oL  expressive Hnglish, but ln the concrete, when considered in Its negativ������  'imillty. the usage is sound and de-  fensible. Asked to do an nct___whlch_  "suggests something dishonorable and,  therfore, i.s repugnant to an upright  mind, one ot the players says "I'll be  damned If I do." Proceeding by deduction the thesis yields to this analysis: The suggestion to do a certain  thing appeals to the actor's mentality  as a request to him to engage in a  wrongful act. -Wrong, Inasmuch as it  inflicts injury Upon another, is sin:  filn Is death, and death In sin is dam"  nation; ������rgo, when the actor recoils  from the suggestion with "I'll b������  damned It I do," he but expresses in  a picturesque way a finality, the waya  of wrong on his part. ��������� Do you follow  us, Mr. Plaindealer? The actor by  speaking the line flippantly and without due regard to Its gravity may  have wished to Interject more spright-  llness Into II than It possesses. If this  be fo, he |������ In the wrong and Is Uo-  forvlng of the censure of the Plain-  dealer. Hut what surplscs us Is that  while agitated over the discovery that  one of  the company said  "d n"  the  Plaindealer overlooked altogether the  osculalory conclusions to which the  young lady and gentleman actors finally came. We believe that the prudential regulations that govern our  first families prPCludo as bad form  attentions so tender between amateurs. But probably realism demanded that the conventionalities be sus-  P-nded for this occasion only. 'TIs  well that the Plaindealer looked not  upon  this  phase of a vexed question.   o   MIMTIA CAX-T-KD OUT  Winnipeg. August 2:  Lethbridge, N. XV. T., had a narrow  escape  from  destruction   by   fire.  Roger Walcotie has been appointed  United States ambasador to Italy.  I.'hicouraging crop news from western points have been received by the  C.   P.   P..  authorities.  The Ontario government will give a  grant of land to each of the Fenian  raid veterans.  The first division of. the new British  Columbia legislature resulted in a  majority  for  the  government of 11.  The King and Queen of Italy have  leached Manga going via'Rbme. Many  accomplices of tho assassin, Braci,  have been arrested.  The funeral of the late Duke of  Edinburgh will be held Saturday. The  remains were removed from the castle  to the church, where service will beheld.  ISenil Weekly]  Has more readers in North  Kootenay than any other paper;  has more advertisers in Revelstoke than any other paper;  does more job printing in the  city than any other paper; it's  news is moro spicy and up-to-  date; its influence is greater;  its advertising rates are lowest  circulation considered; its sub  scription rate is only $2.00 pel  annum; it covers the field. Try  it and be with the crowd.  Write to  REVELSTOKE HERALD,  Revelstoke, B. C.  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Twenty years  ago he preached In iiattleford nnd  Winn'peg, and w.nt from the North  Saskatchewan to Kloridn. He held,  mcetlrss   in  Cuba  in  thc  early   80's  Vfauro*. Queb-ec. Augurt. ).���������Or������������t  e-rctbOTnent prevail* today over tho  flnrt arrival i/f two companion of the  Fifty-third battalion from Sherbrooke,  under command of Colonel Worthlng-  ton. There h*������ b?������n gr^nt excitement  since ye������terdti.y afternoon and connid-  crabln drinking among the striking  employe***!) of the .Dominion Cotton  mlll������ and It won feared thnt ihe company's property vJaH In dangc. Up  to the proi-wiit, hoWevet. no nerloiiH attempts aI damaging property have  been made. The company Ih arranging with .���������tunic-lent nien to nlart up the  print wotIui In cottnectlon with thc  mill uid it It roared lhat riots will  occur whan Uio trilll MnrM. The  ioldler* will be kept here until things  auict dowri.  .wcoHpemaree ist������  The_^ _-  Revelstoke Herald  (SEMI-WEEKLY)  Is the leading newspaper of  the'great mining districts of  West Kootenay. It gives all  ��������� the latest mining, telegraphic and local news, written up  ln authentic, reliable and read  able articles from unqu������otl<_a-  able Information. It enjoys  a large circulation and la coa-  ���������eQuently unequalled aa aa  advertising medium In a*  field ln which It U published.  Subscription |2,00 Per Hnnilm  $1.25 For Six Months,  Strictly in Mum.  Is cheapest in the  end and you will find  that our best goods  are invariably sold  cheape r than the  same quality elsewhere. So why purchase inferior goods  from others when you  can buy the best  brands from us at  the same prices. Our  immense purchasing  power gives a very  great  Your  licited.  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The H������rald dees not claim to  be the only printing hooas la  the district but lt does claim  to be  YhoroUghlij Up-Yo-Date In  Eyenj Partiotllar  And ln a position to'giro aa  good* value for the money expended, either for advertising  space In its publication or'  for Job printing, as can be  given by any other house of  the kind ln British Columbia.  "Write for estimates and sam  ples   -of printing.     All  turned oat promptly aad satisfactorily. .  One price to aU.  No Job can be too largs:*oe'...'  too small for   The . Herald's  consideration.    Special' attert-.  tion given   to oriieirti' iff ntiUi  A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.  PUBLICATION DAYS: Tuesdays and Fridays.  /lv  -VT  ' f I  <_  fill ���������\ &  V-  Authentic News  Ff om Pekin  BASE   DUPLICITY   OF THE   CHINESE  GOVERNMENT  EXPOSED.  BOXERS  ENCOURAGED   IN   THEIR   BLOODY   WORK   BY  IMPERIAL EDICTS.  MORE BOER PRISONERS  CAPTURED  BY GEN. HUNTER.  London, July 30.���������(4:15 a.m.)���������The  Shanghai correspondent of the Daily  Telegraph says: "The general situation is steadily becoming darker and  a crisis 'is said to 'oo fast approaching. It is rumored in Shanghai that  10,000 Chinese troops have been secretly moved into that vicinity and  that the commander of the Kingyu  torts has been ordered to fire If  any further addition is made to the  number of foreign ships ascending  the  river."  Rioting has already occurred at  Killkiang the mobs threatening death  to foreigners. On the arrival of the  second Japanese division the allied  forces at Taku and Tien Tsin -will  number 7O_000.  The river floods near Tien Tsin are  diminishing, it is reported thnt the.  Russian force from Harbin have arrived at a vint 150 miles north of  "Pekin  after severe fighting.  A special despatch from Shanghai  dated yesterday says that the English  mission station north of N'ingpo has  been destroyed and 12 missionaries  have been murdered. The Canton  correspondent of the Daily Telegraph  in a despatch dated Saturday says:  ''The triads have become numerous  aud threatening in Honan.  "The Taoti and the local mandarins are terror stricken and decline fo  protect the foreigners. All the missionaries except three have left with  their wives and families. The n:;tlvas  of the Notion, district of _h. island  were sp frghtcned that they allj-.-in-  ed the ranks ._f the Tri i.K Ski-lens  disturbances t.:e expected be.ween  August 1st ani 15th, during ihe* festival to be held to appease the shades  of the* dead. The Eoxers aro charging large sums to the Chinese for  passports from Pekin to Tien Tsin.  Lac Yunn Fu, the black .flag chief,  lias refused to march on Pekin unless  ���������v>oeroy   Tak   Su   will     furnish    him  "with   20,000   soldiers.  The Shanghai correspondent of the  Daily Express telegraphs yesterday,  saying. The - new imperial edict  promulgated this * evening urgently  ordered all the viceroys and provincial gvernors to endeavor to (negotiate peace with the powers whose  ministers ore held as hostages pending the results of the overtures for  the .abandonment of hostilities  against China. The viceroys are also  against attacks and to prevent by  all means in their power the .advance  of the foreign troops, especially  the Yang Tse Kiang. The decree  says' the officials will answer with  their lives for any failure to execute  these orders. Commands are also  given that not a single foreigner  shall be allowed to escape from the  interior where there are fully 2000  still connected with the missionary  work in isolated situations. When  the governor, of' Shang Tung communicated to the consuls the imperial decree of July 24th he omitted  important passages addrwse"*a  Hung Chang:     It    is  to-Ci'  inadvisable to  kill all the ministers,' but it is equally  inadvisable to send them to .Tien  Tsin. It will be wiser to keep the  survivors at Pekin as hostages. You  are incurring Imperial displeasure  by delay. You have been apponted  viceroy of the Cheli because, with  your military experience you will  successfully lead the imperial army  . aganst the foreigners in'Cheli.which  Lu Lu, the present viceroy is unable  to do, owing to his ignorance of  military, affairs.  London, July 31.���������(10:15 a.m.)���������  The admiralty has made public the  following despatch from Rear Admiral Bruce at Tien Tsin: The following message has been received  from Pekln: "The British legation  at Pekin from June"20th to July 10th  was repeatedly attacked by Chinese  troops on all sides with both rifle  and artillery Are. Since July 16th  there has been an armistice hut the  cordon is strictly .drawn on both  sides ��������� of the position. The Chinese  barricades are close to ours. All  British, including the children, are  in i the British' legation. Cnsualtes  , were, 62 killed and included Captain  Stronts. A number of wounded are  in the hospital. Including . Captain  Halliday. The 'test of ithe legation  are all yell except Iliphant and Warren,  yiixo  were killed  on  July  12th.  (Signed) "MACDONALD."  ���������������������������lU-ndon. July 31. ��������� (4: GO) ��������� Sir  Claude .J_I$cdonald's welcome despatch  dated P-ekln, July, and received in  cipher, is accepted on all sides as  dispelling any doubts that might havo  . .existed regarding' the genuineness o1.  the despatches. Owing, to an error  In transmission the message fails to  show tho number of wounded. David  Tllphant and Warren were two student interpreters. The message falls  to mention the other legations and  other matters of pressing Importance  but it should be borne in nil ml that  tho British .minister may not be aware  that all his previous despatches have  been suppressed. He may be under  the Impression that the government  is fully posted regarding recent occurrences. Apart from these despatches there is practically no fresh  news although tho aspect from Tien  Tsin assert that the British and American forces are getting ready lo  advance  within  4S  hours.  Li Hung Chang remains at Shanghai. He says that the great heat has  prevented him continuing his journey to Pekin.  London, July. .31.���������The brevUy of  the news from. Pekln, leaving so  much of importance unexplained,  gives plenty of scope for speculation  but there* is no further talk of memorial services at St. Paul for the  massacred diplomatists. There is  nothing, to show why the attacks on  the legations ceased on July 16th,  or the state of the supplies, except  a Japarlese message which mentions  the end of tho month (today) as the  limit of resistance. There is no  reason given why the.messages have  not been allowed to come freely. Probably the Chinese contention will  be. that' the government has notyot  been able to grain the upper hand of  the imperial troops who rebelled.  .The latest news ,seems to demonstrate that General Yung Lu. and  .the moderates, who wero unable to  cuppress the rioing were at least able  to interpose between the ministers  and the Tuanltes, so as to prevent  the threatened destruction of the  foreign colony. Should the existence  of some such strong nucleus of orderly government be found there it  will enormously simplify the problem  Telegrams from Shangliai reiterate  that tire empress left Pekin a week  ago and that -she will proclaim Si  N-gang Fu the capital when . Pekin  falls. The Chinese profess, confidence  that the.jealousy of the powers will  prevent them reaching , the capital  and scoff alt'the idea of a punitive  forc-e, and'brag of their ability to  ultimately recover all leased territory and compel a revision of the  treaties to their advantage.  Japanese sources report that the  Russians captured tho torts of New  Chwang on Thursday, July  26th.  According to a Chee Foo despatch  Admiral Alexieff lias returned to Port  Arthur.  London, August 1.���������Today's despatches show that the allies, notably  the Japanese, are pushing preparations with a feverish haste, organizing a service' of pack carts, trains  and   junks.  It is reported from Berlin ��������� that  Lieutenant Von Leeel, commanding  the German forces ln China, whom  Emperor William has Just promoted  to the rank of a general commanding  an army corps, has been selected as  .commander__ih__.chtef-.__-. of _____ the__. allied,  forces. ���������  To Advance on Pekln  London, July 31.���������In- the house of  commons today the' Hon. Wm. St.  John Broderlok, announced the' receipt of a despatch from General Sir  Alfred Gaxlee, commanding the British forces in China, stating he.contemplated an immediate -advance on  Pekln and hoped to' have ���������' the cooperation  of the allied - forces.  ���������   Chinese Trickery  Washington. July Ul.f-The state  department oflcially admitted today  thwt the Chlneee had offered'*a safe  escort ot the' jnlnistebrs 'to' Tien Tain  if the government will' agree' no* to  advance upon PekJn.' Similar' pro-'  position* will be made' to all th*  powers.    The United Stated* declined;'  Further' a_kiAo*i____i������ra*nt'" wjw.'maie  today- that' the" joWcr' of 'tW^'royern-  ment,' looking' to'aa,- Immediate advance upon" Pekln, in still adhered to,  The threat of killing the mlnie-terr*  or holding them "as hostages will not  deter' Mm United' State*. This conduction was again reiterated to Minister Wn this morning.  The diplomatic aspect of theChineee  trouble Is today aald to he ,-graver  than ever. China Is simply playing  with  the power*.  Legations Safe, July 21-*  London, August 1.���������Ita&Bfiiat additional conflrinMldtr of the safety  of the legations was received in London last evening by Dunoaa Campbell, representative in Europe of the  Chinese customs service, from the  commissioner of customs at' CheefOo,  In the shape of a Pekln despatch,  not dated, tilt beliewsd' to h*rc been  written on- -July 21st, and" signed by  Hart and Rofeert Bredon, deputy inspector general, to the following  effect: " Staff ' and'    fJLmlly    still  safe." This is con-Armed by the commissioner' of'"customs at Shanghai.  Who  telegrapHea   last  evening:   "Au  thentic;   inspector general    safe    on  2!nd."  A dcr.pntcl! .ecoive:1. .-.ore say?:  "The Chinese government ib detaining 600 European hostages, including the ministers and their families  and members of the lotgatioss." It is  believed here that when war s officially declared these -will be ordered to  leave Pekln within 24 hours. They  will then be at the mercy of the  Boxers.  Canton Ts  Restive  Hong Kong, August 1.*���������-Tho acting  viceroy of Canton, it is reported, is  becoming more active and adopting  a more vigorous policy. it is announced that he has authorized ihe.  execution of 40 pirates. Tomorrow  he 'Will pay a visit to the foivign  warships and consuls. He says LI  Hung Chang is not returning lo Canton where quiet prevails. T'i; British naval ami military officials have  taken careful observations of the  Canton, und Uugua defences. VI'C  Bogue forts are crowded wi'U troops,  and the parapets are lined upon tho  approach  of steamer*.  London. August ��������� 2.���������At liusl Dr.  George Krnesl Morrison, llie famous  Pekin correspondent of tlio Tim-.-.*.  Iiiih been heard from direct. The  Times this morning prims the following despatch from him, dated July 'tl:  "There has been a cessation of hostilities hero, Pekin, since July IS, but  i'or fear of treachery there has been I  mi relaxation of vigilance.Thc Chinese J  soldiers .continue to strengthen llie1  barricade around the besieged area.and  also the batteries on top of the Imperial city wall, but in the meantime  thoy have discontinued firing, probably because they are short of ammunition. The main bodies of the Imperial  soldiers have left Pekin in order to  moot the relief forces. Supplies nre  beginning lo come in and the condition of the besieged is improving-.  Our hospital arrangements are admirable aud 150 cases have passed through j  the  hospitals."  [THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR  1  Capetown, July 30.���������General Prlus-  loo with 5000 men has surrendered  unconditionally to the British.  London, July 30.���������A later despatch  from Lord Roberts, dated July 29,  confirms the surrender of General  Prinsloo  with   5000   Boers.  Bloemfontein, July 30.���������General  Hunter had received a written, unconditional surrender of all the Boers  in Canyon Valley, attended to accept  the surrender. General Prinsloo,  lately elected to the chief command,  arrived aud tried to repudiate the unconditional surrender. General Hunter however refused any concession  except to allow the Boers to keep one  riding horse. About 11 o'clock the  troops were drawn up in two long  lines on the hills and over the valley and the Boers rode between tlioi.i  throwing. down their rifles together  with a motley collection of clothing,  blankets and gear such as was found  in   General   Cronje's   laager.  The Flcksburg commando was the  first to lay down their arms consisting of about 550 men.  Then came the i-adybrand commando with about 450, 15 horses, two  guns and 50 wagons were driven up.  General Prinsloo and Commandant  Crowther were received by General  Hunter in his tent, where they were  j (veil treated and accorded every courtesy.  Many   of  the   Boers   have  gone  to  Naawpoort  and   will      surrender    to  General  Macdonald.    Others are still  arriving  here.     The   Harrismith   and  Frere  commandoes  are   yet  at  large  as  well  as some  Boers  who got out  of the valley at night,  but the prisoners  say that    those    outside    will  surrender  and   that  this will  practically end  the Free State army.    The  Boers  say they  would  not have  surrendered had they not been surrounded.    The prisoners have been  placed  jin a laager under guard and will be  kept there until all arrive.  The Tsung Li Yamen lias forwarded j    The   Morning   Leader   asserts   that  to   Sir   Claude  Macdonald   a   copy   of ��������� Lord   Kitchener  has  been   despatched  the despatch  telegraphed by the 13m-if rom  Pretoria  to  Krugersdorp  to  or-  peror   to   Queen  Victoria    attributing! ganize   a   column   to   relieve   General  all   deeds  of  violence   to  bandits  and JBaden-Powel,   now   besieged   by   Gen-  requesting Her Majesty's assistance tojeral  Delarey at Rustenburg, in West-  extricate    the     Chinese     government   ern   Transvaal.  from its difficulties. ' The nature of J Ottawa. July 30.���������It is stated here  the Queen's reply is not stated, but?tonight that Commissioner Herchmer  the Chinese minister in Washington J is to be retired from the commission-  telegruphs lhat the United States gov-tership of the North "West Mounted  eminent      would     gladly    assist     the   Police.    Although no official  confirm-  Chinese authorities.  "This despatch to the Queen was  sent to the Tsung Li Yamen by the  grand council of July 3rd, lhe day  before an Imperial edict hud been  issued calling on the Boxers to continue to render loyal and patriotic  services in exterminating the Christians and compel them . to renounce  lheir faith. Other decrees applauding the Boxers speak approvingly of  their burning' out and slaying converts. Thoir leaders are stated in a  decree  to  be  princes  ancl  ministers.  i-n July IS another decree made' a  complete valte faiec due to the victory of the foreign troops al Tien  Tsin. in this 'decree, for the lirst  time, and one month after the occurrence, an allusion was made to the  death of Baron Von Kettler, the  German minister, which was attri-'  buted to the action of local brigands,  although there is no doubt it was  premeditated and that the assassination was committed by an Imperial  officer, as a survivor, Herr Coreds, can  testify.  '���������The force besieging the legations  consists of the Imperial troops under  Gcnerals Lung Lu and ��������� Lien Tung  Full Slang, whose gallantry is applauded in Imperial decrees.* although  it has consisted in bombarding for one  month defenceless women and chil-  dren .cooned..up. in. the legation, com-  pound, by the use of shell, shrapnel,  round shot and expanding bullets.  They posted proclamations assuring  us of protection and the same night  they made a general attack in the  hope of surprising us. There is still  no news of .Pel Taug cathedral.  "The wounded number 13S, - including an American surgeon. .Dr. Lip-  pltt, who is severely wounded, and  Captain Myers, who is doing well  Several Americans have been killed.  ���������All the ministers and members of the  legations and their families are In  good health. The general health of  the community is excellent and' we-nre  continually awaiting- relief.1  ' "After enumerating the casualties  already reported' and giving the total  of deaths, including 56 Americans, Mr.  Morrison proceeds as follows:  "The Chinese undermined the  French legation, which is now a ruin.  but the French minister, M. Plechon,  was not .present, having fled for protection" to the British legation on the  first  day  of the  siege.    ' Th-e greatest  ation of the report can be obtained,  it is understood that there is a  movement in that direction if it has  not already taken' place. Sir Richard  Cartwright came in from Kingston  today when the matter was said to  be up at the meeting of the treasury-  board. Commissioner Herchmer is  now in the city. If Commissioner  Herchmer is retired then Superintendent Perry will likely take his  place as commissioner of the North  West Mounted  Police. -'   o   FURTHER D13TAILS  IMPERIAL BW  8F CANADA  Head Office. Toronto.  Capital Authorized, - S2,500,000.00  Capital Paid Up, - $2,458,603.00  Rest, - $1,700,000.00  DIRECTORS:  H.  S.   Howland,   President  T.R.Merritt.Vice-Pres,   St.   Catherines  William Ramsay,  Robert Jaffray  Hugh   Ryan,   T   Sutherland,   Stayner  Ellas Rodgers  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager  BRANCHES  North West and British Columbia:  Brandon,     Calgary,     Edmonton,  Golden, Nelson, Portage la Prairie  Prince       Albert,        Strathcona,  Vancouver, Winnipeg, Revelstoke.  Ontario: ,  Essex, Fergus, Gait, Ingersoll,  Llstowel, Niagara Falls, Port  Colborne, Rat Portage, Sault Ste.  Marie, St. Catherines, SLThomas,  Toronto, Welland, Woodstock,  Hamilton. , ,  Quebec:  Montreal.  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of fl and upwards received and Interest  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. Jaran Av*������-  tralia, New Zealand etc  Gold   purchased.  Thie  bank  issues  Special  Receipts  which will be accounted for at any  of  the Hudson's   Bay Co's  Posts  ln  the Yukon and Northern districts.  A. R. B   HEARN.  Manager "Rpvnlstokp Branch.  has .been superannuated and that  SlajoT Perry has been appointed to  the cor___mji.ssioaersl_.lp, succeeding  Colonel Herchmer.  Owing to the many enquiries from  relatives of members of tho Canadian  special service force in South Africa  caused by their not receiving letters  for an unusually long period, the  officer commanding the militia telegraphed to Lieutenant Colonel Otter,  on the 20th inst, inquiring as to the  cause of the delay. The reply from  Colonel Otter says that he can only  attribute the delay to failure of the  mail   service.   : o   INSULT TO INJURY  For  Of the Surrender of General Prlnsloo'a  Boers.  London.    August    1.���������Lord    Roberts  telegraphs the   war office   as follows:  "General  Hunter  reports   that  Prinsloo.  Vflllers  and    Crowther,   each   986  men and horses and rifles surrendered  yesterday.     The rest of the men, who  are ln the hills, hesitate about surrendering.      They  claim    they  are independent of Prinsloo.     General Hunter  was ordered  to resume hostilities immediately  and   to hold' Prinsloo  personally  responsible   to  see  that  every  rifle  Is   given   up.      General ' French  has     occupied     Pan     Station.       The  number  In   the   various    commandoes  to  the    north   is    rapidly    dwindling.  The  total  number    in Botha's under-  commandoes    is  not    believed    to   be  more  than  600.      These are scattered  about-at-several-points.^==-The_Boers.  stlil have one long torn fit for seivice,'  the   other-one  is damaged.      Delarey  with one thousand men ��������� now occupies  a   difficult   position   on   the   Crocodile  rWer.     Oeneral Grobler with 500 men  la north of Bush Veld.   The residents  of   Middleburg    received    the  British  troopa- wlUi    expressions    of satisfaction.     .They  expressed  the,hope that  thir'war would soon be over. Burghers  In   that  vicinity are  turning  In   their  arm*"  The  Government's   Thin   Pretext  Shelving Col. Herchmer.  Ottawa. August *i.���������The order in  council superanuatiug Colonel Herchmer as commissioner of the "North  West Mounted police was. promulgated  today. It says that he- was superulimited on account of age and inefficiency in service. His superanuation  dates from yeslerday, when Superintendent Perry took charge.  //"**  ���������B.        ���������  T-HE   ITALIAN   TRAGEDY  immiwmmmmmwmmmmwwmmwwmm mm������  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Pa.ri.ia.m__:nt, 1855.  HEAD OFFICE  MONTREAL  Authorized Capital  Paid up Capital  Rnst Fund  $2,500,000  2.170,000  -     1,850.000  DIRECTORS:   Wm. Molson Maci-herbon, President;  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President*. '  W, M. Ramsay, Samukl Finlst, Hkney Abchibald, J. P. Clkgnous,  H. Mabklasd Molsok.  J auks Elliot, General Manager.  A general banking business transacted,     Interest allowed at current ���������  J. D. MOLSON,  Manager, Hevelstok-., B.C.  rates,  J, D, Sibbald  REAL ESTATE  MINING  AND  INSURANCE  AGENT  McKenzie Ave,  P. 5URNS 8c CO.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  Prime Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage  Fish and Came in season.  ������������������HOKUS STILL SURKKNDBUING  adjoining Han' Lin Tsen:" national  college, one of the-most sacred buildings- in - Chtna.-'sacrlflcinB the unique  library. The Chinese throughout  acted witli characteristic treachery-"  Commenting on Mr. Morrison's despatch the Times says: "It is now  beyond doubt that the frequent assertions of the different Chinese representatives that for a month past the  legations have been enjoying the protection of the throne, are one and all  unqualified falsehoods. The cumulative evidence is overwhelming that the  whole affair has been throughout in  the control and direction of the Chinese government. lt now rests wilh  the powers to make the Chinese government understand that It will be  held fully responsible for whatever  happens In Pekln."  Twelve  Hundred More Hand in Their  ���������,  . Arms.  London, August 2.���������Lord UoberlH  has telegraphed to the war. office as  follows: "Pretoria, August 1,-rOen-  eral Hunter reports 1,200 more prisoners surrendered yesterday, with Commandants Rouse and Font-cycle, whilst  Commandants Deploy, Potgleter and  Joubert surrendered to Hruce Hamilton, who collected 1,_00 rifles, 050  'oonles and an Armstrong gun. Lieut.  Rome. August 1.���������The Tribuna says  the killing of King Humbert' is be-,  lleved to have been the result of a  plot. A non militant anarchist re-,  c&ntly declared so, the Tribuna asserts, that a meeting was held in  Paris at which lots were drawn and  several persons were selected to kill  the king. The paper announces that  King Victor Emmanuel III. will reach  BrJndial today and will go direct to  Menza.  Geneva, August 1.*���������As soon as the  news of the assassination of the king  became known, the detective department set to work to try and discover  if there were any connection between  the murders of Presides* Carnot of  France, Empress Elizabeth of Austria,  and King Hurrfbert ln view of the declaration of L'uigi Lucchennl. thci assassin of the Austrian empress, that  his  crime   was  only   the  first  episode  in  the, general   .execution^_of seycml_  European soverigns. The police discovered that a -certain Angelo Brlssl  lived here two years ��������� ago and waa  closely watched as an anarcfttst. The  description of this man is almost' the  same a*, that a-ent by the Italian detectives.- Lucchennl when questioned  regarding the matter declined to be  interviewed.". Mrs. Brlssl declared she  was without means, but her husband  has always- been kind to her and said  if my husband was connected .with  any band or organized body of socialists ��������������� anarchists I know nothing of  It. I have heard him tell of this  young man, Sperando. who murdered  the foreman of Wlldeman's dyo works,  ln Paterawn. and then killed hlmgolf a  few Aaya age, but as my husband  never brought him to the house I do  not think they were Intimate.  ' o  ITALY'S  NEW   KING  Table furuished with the choicest  the market, affords. Best. Wines-  Liquors and dears. Large, light  bedrooms. Rates    $1    a    day.  Monthly rate.  J. ieii an. Pwf.  RATE $1 oo PER DAY  The  C olumbia  House.  Good accommodation. A. good- im  well supplied with choice wiua-  liquors and cigars.  Free Bus Meets All T pain*  Brown   & Pool  Proprietors  THE PIONEER LIVERY  ani Sale Stab le of tbe I*ardeau and Trout Lake  peril   suffered   during ,  thc siege   was    __.  from a determination to   destroy the^-"*--*"**"*- ���������������������������������������������* _f������������r ..^".f.���������.  State������-��������� artillery,,, also surrendered.  .General Oliver with live guns, and a  number of burghers broke away In  the Harrismith district, but General  Hunter, expects the total number of  prisoners   will  amount   to  4,000.  "An unfortunate accident occurred  near Frederickstadt on Krugersdorp  Fonteln railway. The enemy had torn  up the railal, and a supply train escorted by the Shropshire.*! was derailed, l.'i being killed and :!9 Injured,  although a special patrol wim ordered to preient trains from passing.  A special enquiry has been ordered  tn ascertain why the order was disobeyed."   ���������  '���������J o. i ������������������    ���������  8XJPE������A.NI*U_kTBD   NOW  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  Horsey  Freightin   .  specialty.  and   Teaming   ������  ���������"vlocli'  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at  for Trout Lake Citv.    For particulars write   ���������  CRAIG & HILLMAN, Thomson's Landi_<o  ROBERT SAfidSON  Wood Dealer  and Draymaq.  Draying and delivery work a specialty. Teams 'always ready on shortest  nntlo*.      Cnntrm.t.  tor lohblni tskan.  Heal* With Emotion of tho Death of  His Father.  Roma, August 1.���������King Emmanuel  III. arrivwd at Brlndlsi on the royal  yacht today. He heard for thn flrst  time ot the assawdnatlcm ot his father.  He waa overcome with emotion and  wept blttorly. The new Kins at one*  sent a zne-asaee of sympathy ind con-  "dolence to his mother, Quoen Mar-  guerlta. The ICIng and Queen started  for Monza immediately after renrhlng  Brlndlsi.  HOME AGAIN  REVELSTOKE  lf(0N WORKS  Blacksmithing, Jobbing,  Plumbing, Pipe Fitting,  Tinsmithing Sheet Iron  Work, Machinery Ke-  paired.  ������_*_���������*������������������������������������������    ������  Mining    Work    a    Specialty  ROBT. GORDON  RevtlMobc.  CANADIAN PACIFIC  Ottawa. July 31.���������It Is learned offl-  Mally , tiufc Oommlaaloner Herchmer  irf  the    North West Mounted  Police  The Heroine of Mafeking Returns to  London.  London. July ������8.���������Among the arrivals from South Africa today were  lhe Duke of Marlborough and Lady  Sarah 'Wilson. They w.re met at  the docks at Southampton by the  Duchess of Marlborough and Lady  Genrgina Curzon. A large crowd  awaited the parly at Waterloo station and heartily cheered thu heroine  cf M.ifclclng.  "Undertaking: nrd Emtalminp  R. Howson & Co.,  MACKRMZIK   AVK.  Detail.Djf._ml_. Fur-'tu s.  "Imperial  Limited"  Daily Tourist Cars to St.  Paul.  Wednesday and Sunday to  Toronto.  Fridays to Montreal and  Boston.  Passing Revelstoke as follows:  Hast Ik.uihI. Wast bound.  4.1..... Imperial Limited'..21.35  Pamphlet* furnished free.  E. J. COYLE. T. W. BRADSHAW.  A.C.P.A. Aseat  Vaucsuver. B.C.   - Revelstoke  0 --^���������^������������������-Kw^  (II-  *j.^4.^.4..1.^.4.1.i"t4-l"l"i"i'-M-l-l-l"t"l't'it  fr ������������������������������������.-  ���������*  Brushes.. I  fr  Wc have  Just   received   a  Urge  ship* ���������j-  ment of all kind*,. fr  Ca^BATII ISKUSHK.-. ���������>  ������VNML ISKViSHES. *  JCW-TOOTH BSfallKS. ^  JJP-I'OUJIUNO B1-.U.SHE3. |������  5 JDBT-CI.OTII llKL-.-Iil-:.-:. "2  ���������*    Ii   vou   Bro   reiiuirini;   nny   lini-ln's, fr  fr    come mid see our Urae ii_snrtini.nl. fr  %   CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO. %  J. KEVELSTOKE fr  fr fr i  * .f.*,;.****.^--''-H-**** ���������I-*****-.'*  ���������*<  ���������*  ���������+  fr  fr  A  J.  ���������S.  ���������*  fr  ���������*  l KAf  S.t  /) __   ._������ /.' ., v   _.'/���������  <fy  CkfyWW   4&&ndo *������U������&ius������  MARRIED  POLOK-t'-JHKVAH���������Al Twill   Until'. <*"  Mnndav July 'Wlh, KWO, l.y Rev.  S. J. Thompson, Mr. Sloven Polok,  C. V. K. S������i*li(-n Foi-fiiuini, to Miss  Mi-li-iiii U.-crvnk. liolli or Twin  Butte.  FRANK OLIVER, fVl. P.  the  Local and  General  News  Ask for El Presidente Cigar.  Smoke the famous El Presidente  Oipt. Taylor is iiwuy on a luillUiiy  vi^il to tlu-' cuast.  L. H. Ruck relumed from the T_nr-  de.iu on Satunl.iy night.  J. .1. L-iin'-Csialiu ol" the Trout Lake  Topic wns in town yesterday.  ���������Dr. Bin-ire--**", dentist, is pcinia-  ni'iitly locaied in Kevelstoke.  F. C. Kllioll of llif Tiout- Lake City  liar was in town on Friday lust.  Miss A. Hei'RCT loft on Sunday morning on a holiday trip 10 Gulden.  MissFriisi'i-, of Vancouver, is in town  on a visit to her sister, Mi-*-.. Risleen.  The next sittings of tin.- County  Court will be held on September 12th.  A. Johnson, ot the 11rhai.i>. went  into the Lai-dean on 11 lui-**-iness trip  yesterday.  Rev. G. B. Gri-pg. of Barry, Onl...  took the servites in the Presbyterian  church on Sunday.  The attention of the ladies i.s called  to .M. lv. Lawaon's announcement in  oui' advt columns.  Thc Toronto Mail understands that  the general elections will lake place  on or about Oct. 10th.  Mrs. XV. H. Lee arrived in town cm  Saturday on a vi-sit to her sister-in-law,  Mrs. Geo. Sutherland.  il. V. Scott and Mrs. Scott returned  011 Sunday morning from a week's  holiday in"ihe OKiuii'i.min.  Kev. Dr. Pa Ret loft on Monday  illumine; on nshort visit Lo tlu: scone  uf his future work in Calqury.  G. K. Block .erijei* of Kossl.ind.^ who  is interested in uiinini; on Fish River,  svgistered at. the Central yesterday.  Miss Niselv of Greenwood, is visiting at Mrs". Kd. Jackson's. Miss  JNitely :���������> a trained muse hy profession.  Miss Au=lin, head dressmaker ul. the  Cash Bazaar, left on Sunday inoi'1'.ini.'s  train for Toronto to select the tall  slock.  Rev. S. J. Thompson. Mrs. Thump-:  .-on and family returned on Saturday  from their holiday at Ok.umgan  Landing.  The council will meet at 0:."0 tonight  tu discuss the (piest.ion of purchasing  the plant of the. P.evelstoke Water.  Power & Lis'"- Co.  Mrs. WillniiRhhy Oiunininiis, secre-  ta'ry of the Won.ens' Council, spent  Sniidii.v in town on a visit, to her  cousin. Mrs. Muekleson.  Principal Sullivan of the public  school returned I'rnni his holiday on  Saturday. The school reopens on  Monilay'next, Aug. loth.  A. N. Smith is overhauling and  lebuilding liis oven, and will have  when it is' finished 11 thoroughly up-  to-date.baking apparatus.  F. F. Bosetihi'iicei* of Nelson, who  is iiiterefled in thu well known Dun-  vegan properly near Illocillewael. paid  a visit to the claim yesterday.  3. P Kennedy of IllecilieuacL. Olc  S.indherg of Albeit. Canyon and Chas.  _Elill1tiH.11 of Thomson's Lauding registered at the Central on Sunday.  _--._    the    Chinese   Annexation   o  Province of  British Columbia.  Leaving aside all  (pieslions of  politics    and   all     theories     of    political  economy,   it.    is   now    perfectly   plain  that we   nre   within   measurable   distance ol* t lie  industrial  uuiiexation   ol  the vast, and valuable area of   Canada  wliich     lies     bet ween      liie       Rocky  Mountains aud   tho   I'.ieilic Ocean   liy  the Chinese and Japanese.      Is this in  the geneiv.l interest, of C.mada or is   it  not?  Let us face the ipu:.-_tinn .-'iuai*ely  and take sides on it  one   way   or   lhe  other.       Tiie   Bulletin     believes   that  such a result, would lie l.o lhe   stupendous injury or   llie   country at   large,  both east, and   west, believing that,   it-  supports   a   policy    of     exclusion   of  oriental immigration such as has been  adopted   hy   other    British   Colonies,  notably   Natal   and     the     Aiislriili.-..-*  when i-imilni'ly   endangered.���������Edmonton Bulletin.  NOTE AND COMMENT  It. is quite obvious that, the  municipality has got to Lake some iiniiK.'diute  slep   inwards   curtailing   its    current  expenditure.    Tho   estimated   amount,  of   taxation   available   this   year   for  ciii'ienL expenses is rather over $...000.  There are  now   still   live,   months of  ]f)00   to   run   and   we   have    already  borrowed $1,000 out  of  our  fjtS.IXIO  lo  meet the ordinary running expenses of  tho  municipalit.v.        It   is   true   th'-it  out  of   the    S1.O00   which   has   been  borrowed, and the licenses  and  other  sources of  revenue   wliich   have   lieen  collected and which  ate  nearly  all  in  and   spent   in   addition   to   lhu   said  $1,003,     wc   have   paid    interest    on  debentures 1.0 tho amount, of $7."0  nml  $200   in.doing   some   ck'aring  in  t.he.  streets and lanes.   These sums  will he  repaid out  of   the   special   debenture  rule and sum derived from the salo^ of  Lhe   new   debentures**.    Still    the  fuel,  remains thai this city has expended hi  seven months almost the whole  of its  available revenue, except, about $2,000,  or, say. .'J'J.i.OO on   Lhe running  of  the  i machine,   without  having  spent   any  money on anything   of  anything  permanent value to the cily at all.  Large  Consignment  .Just Arrived  IN CM." DING  Carriage Soonges  25c to rsc  Wool Sponges., iOcto?5c  Mediterranean Sponges  10c to $1.50  Maaruka Sponges  $1.50 to $3.00  ������J>  Fas. I.. Woodrow  We offer'a,  Special Sale of  Tl  ���������All   Wool Suits  Tweed, Wormed ami Scrno Suits-  Regular. Prices���������$650���������^S-.'iiio-.-pia���������*>I4���������$i<- and $18 **o  'Selling Now for--$4-?fi-$S���������-?io-5i2���������$13 and $ 14  Pants I Pants ! .Pants 1!  Latest Styles and Patterns,  from $i oo to $7 oo  :  "Under'wear���������.!!!  Balbrigg-an Underwear at Si oo per Suit.  '*.���������'(.JIcii's Ciilton niul Onsbiiior-e Hose from 111,; le 75t*.    -  Garpets!!!  jjtetiiil 2?&il(.'i'in���������  ] Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fisii jiv.o Game h Season....  JM! orders.liromiitly llllcd.,  c-oniiw-nsMiKiiiB ���������'J?nYRT-.KJPOi'J'T"i *R fi  FG.R.: .__._,^,������������.i-r������*-������*������f;*rj.  SINGBB   :  SMWING'."-.'.:.*  MACHINES  and supplies'lor all best inalcas  CAUL UPON  '   .'������-���������*������������������'  ^;,j:*_>  ���������"  '-00!'% '''  'wSx t^w*  v, X7  Itod Koao DoKrui! .liiccta soRoiul p.n<T fourlh'  Frkliivs of miiili iimiith'; WiiltB Koao Ilegruo'  meuls'llrsl, Ki'lilny ofciudi *mniHli,ln OiUMotlown"  Hull.   Vlslllui; brdlUren wolcomu.'���������  W.M.J.1AT11XHS,  Hourctaiy.  S.OYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. i6s&..  -������   J"    -Koiinliir liicetlii}!!! are lipid Hi thu*  S������rf5      Oddfellow's Hull on  ihu Tliird Frl-  r_k*S*^   diiy nf oncli niiiiilli.iit a p.m. Klmrp.  .ffWB. *V!t,lliiii; liiMlhron cordlufly invited'  "tikxs.- . ,..' '..THOS. STESI); W.M,  IV*.  f .  DRUGSTORE  Geo.F Ct  TAYI.OIl JU.OCK.  cirrus,  McKon/.io Ave  DeautifurVelvet Carpets���������worth $2 oo end $225 per y.-ird~  fit' Selling now for $140 mul; $1 60'per yard "ia.;.**.  Jlr:i*:*-c*l������ und 'i'tttiealry l.'urj'C-t.i ���������  Regular Prices-Coc���������750-900-$100���������?:_S-!-;r 50 and $175  Selling nowfor���������45c���������60c���������70c���������3oc���������9Sc���������!.*!i .5 .and Si 25  Wo unt nml lav -.iniil.Hinis  Irvu.oi c'n.ii'^iv*  .Boots ,anci. Shoes '*...*..;_  "Wii'lravi' tliLvlnrgest ���������uii'l innst. S'.ldctstdfk of pel IVcl lit.lin'���������  Uniils HiVfl Bhiu'sin lliP-Uil'y wliich vyi; ultV'r. for "JO pur ci'iit.  lens t.lniti yoii (���������nn liny them I'ls.ifU'lio'ii'. ���������';'*  1' ���������'��������� ,  Don't forgiil. Unit money KiiVL-d is ���������.noney nuulo."  V.M.I. ANI) SEK US. . .; *.':, *' ' NO,'TKOUni.K.T'J SII.p'.V GOODS  '$$ ���������: ���������:;. #S;-^ AS^^CP0  ������������������������ vwmm  Tlie: Wide-."-.-wake: Eusineos Men,  m  *McKenzie Avenue.  .MACKENZIE- AVE;  U'U  n,������_SMffi  Court   Mt. Begbie*  I. O. F., No. 3.161.  n. K. ATKfNSr* C.W.MITCUKI.L. "���������'"   '  Olilof Ki-Jigdr. l'('(!.-.*-'i'0.  Baker-  A..,h: HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYE-?.  Mnynl Hohool of .linos, London*,    f-cven *yi������iirn  ni   Jlorfti   Works,  Siviinicn.     17 .*'yuars-CliluS  (Miomisl,   to Wlgna Uonl <miil   Iron Co.,   Kni;.  T.iil'o clie'.niM nnd Assi'.vor, lfnll Mlncy, Ltd.  Cliiims uxaiinnod and reported upon.  Revelstoke, B:C.  ���������'471  Is not ill it.with onv. prices (in.- y  T$7" ���������"**���������> fpVio-3 * pi -rs ii '-xfYi Pipilr?  ^CALI-ANOSEE  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelsloke,  B. C.  \Wmf:'- *M('i-ls cvi-ry Wcilinwlny in  ^���������^ingy    OddlVllows' Unll.-ii SdV-lock  v*iaB^     Vinitinn Knii.iit.s iuviloil.  W.M. iM.\THi*'.WS. O. V.       ::::::  :    :    :    :     .1. S.-WAOK. K. OJF H. As S.  ���������fr^f  ewsiie  ?_*^0 ,;  C.**p;i*i:'; "\VAT("!U: iNSPKCTOK-  0o2iieciiiO2ier  Bread ^I)eHve_-.ee.;'" Daisy;  CA.5.T, A*KIi:5-sS)'JCC'f 0SK ��������� STO-CX 0P. -  "'������������������' lilWTW '��������� "'������������������������������������'���������������������������  ..:::'��������� J.U-E1S   V'>v ���������:..  ���������'-ir* -:r _j ������-*\ y<\-r--i"c^ -T-T.'s-'Ci''"'.  ;;  K**i '.__. ft.) *i_> \-i> XtLS S. 'vJ;. Jf.'-'*! >.������$. .*  HARRYEDWARDS  ?:;���������:��������� Ta,xideriB.ist:;:;* ;���������  Ticer IIoiidHnflird.-'. v\jiiinals,'*.-15tc.,-;prc������erve0.  and; niountcd. .::.  ���������TiriilO STflEI'IT. ���������isast oy SCHOOrJIOOS'E*;  M  **'*i-;7'W-*'t*'i-*'*'������*i'''i*Mrt**>i*-  *       *-   '" . .������������������=������������������'     *:1 ���������* ' '    . ���������*:������������������/- '���������"���������     .   '". '-**���������  '....-���������../  I-V���������-**  ',-'..  /   ,.  ���������;���������"-..:*':������������������:- :   ;Tnylor Bloclt.'*'������������������ .'"'*'Vo''  fl'lion thoy Hrst need It. licfove tliey *..*'  <:ivo you vnin; thereby* nvoidiiiK -needless s'ufi'ei'iiiK .nml HtWurintrmore satis-;  factory uudiiorniunent wori:. nnd ut les.-n  -'I; I  i'i  m  THE   FRED   ROBINSON;; LUMBER  ��������� COMPANY, *   LIMiTED.  ?Tj|\_;S]  TAELE*  STEAMSKSl1    '��������� LARDEAU"  RunniiifC Between Arrowhead and  Thomson's Landing.  rominencliir   Jr.iw   Jl'tli. '���������u,   ������������'   E:li;  toUov*-   (v.eullier piTiniiliue).  On nnd nfl'.i. i" 'this' diite o'lii" pricos foi* Giil, Firewood . will --.liu  ns  folio\v's:-,.;  pricesjcut;;;^r;GA3K^  FRED'ROBlNsdW'-ft*:!/*.:���������'���������-���������'  ^oi^d^:B0li^ef8EI:  Mana.s;i:i^r Director.  f'W^WS:CM  |*,STARMI.D>V;  ���������j:;\PHpM0GR_^H ,::;;��������� ,;a> ������������������:;,;< ;::;|  :'Jn '���������'.. >Vit Ji" j-j.1 tiio I.nVe.-*.'TrviprnvcTiicn^'" K-  ���������Jn '���������'_;*���������'.*...'--'V;:!l ia!cy inx.1 rujit'odiK'-w rerun lit;;: *>>  .^ ��������� - - .' *SJ*r������re' $2n OruttpJVto, - imilncinrj;.;'^'  }* '.';'���������'.- -.'". .'UVjoro-cr.'-Kepi'tv-ilnct'ir, V.yrw IVt. m- *>.  ���������;��������������� ���������;. '.'.-. ;._."'f r������ 7* 1 jIu re - _ ��������� ���������������������������S������aviirs',T;''-K!������ifo. ���������.'-'= JCnr'.;>3������"  vU ��������� : J '" -TiiSic.*,- .Oivmcty IIii!r'';.l!r(iKhV *Oil-������  ^?.-\.:\;:\...<;an-'-'d^^oJi������ir������\loscuirtitiosd8'ttml''.>i*>'.  X, '-;.'.;���������:;;/-���������..;. ;:-:._oo.������s nf .ii"i.-.Vruc*t:tiir; ���������-- vv- ���������:'!';-.;- ���������������_*  ���������'������������������Vw'-^w.-i.v*.^-*'!^^  eost, th'iin>'li'.lefl until the lutts  of decay..;; : .  SlIVBL'K*  Oiii'-f B'iiii's.su},':_:iK!t.i(in with I'L-jruid  to 11 cni-fiMV law in this city opct^ no ;i  iincstinii whicli needs prompt, and  dccitlcil   liiiiiillini;  Allhniiph  out  'if  I.-nve ArrmvlienM for Tlinin*-oii's l-uiullni;  11 nd coninpli*'- m "ovl'ic!.' daily.  I.������nv>; T'noni.-on'- l.:indinK mi'i Conii'.pllx for  Arrowlieiul at 17 o'clocl: daily  Connecting With All C.P.R.  and  Boats.  1 rains  con  ���������idvi'iit ion   I'm'  their   rclalivc;  no i  The owners reserve the rifrlit to cha:i:<s  times of sailings williou*. :iotice.  FR'������D.  ROSlNoON,  J.ai-L'e nnd .We'll T.i���������l..ed  l-'ample Ui)orii3;;.'V.;.   -';:  ���������������������������':������������������: "���������:���������'*.;-���������"_���������:_:..���������. i* *;���������-��������� ���������:;'.'.*I'leutcil .!>*.* Hot Air iinirjClei'trfc;  ,*' '���������"��������� ..*:;.-: ; .*���������'���������'.'.  Boils inid Ligtit inevery;roiii-.*i ;  "Free"* Bui* .feots-Ail Trahis -;.���������-**":"; '.,*; *** : ::.T-:'.i*. *';*;*'. '���������*.'*-.  7 Ileusonaiile-flutes _W;;J.^;:*:-^^* :_<'.:- -i----:>;.;. - ;.;.i4^-;^:'**;i ;o*.:.r ;**..  :.:_^SOTBB;*VICTO"R/IA:iiL   =::;  ���������e.*'*:.'^;;:V*.''^!'O.K^;:^;.."'PI_K"yS;;::l",l.()PiUKT('It^ '-:*:..;:.-';;:,'/.;:  .--..-.X.i^ltt...-'Cril.l-^o.������r.i:,iii*.(.''*>j.H<?(|ii.o!i. /(>r:,l.liu''lC(>irvei.ii(*iinirof (Tnesls*?-i_'';���������    ".-;:���������'��������� *:_  Himrly ?lre(*t'car . ..:V-.^ :������������������'*,''>*;. ���������'���������.*,'"'���������'������������������'' '"��������� .. fcTi >,,-^in -.-*!-.-> Tl*,>-.^ "(55    /r^  Kciwoei. Hotel mid Sniticm    --.:,.;.;   (j"*i(_. ^������l!Sl.@ t_@ o   M 0 ^  1 tier-  1*101 ICi  y K*.vi:i   111  '������'������   v-     - - .,     ,     ,  I urn To , ii-iiu I'roi-erty,     iliai  irs-ha-c  ar,*   m  ,i,l,n!'i,"i:urii  Towii'Uu  and to 111,other per-oii;       .,..,,  .i. A. ?.IAKA,  notici.' was taken by the loc.-il  pi I'Srf  ill;  the time it is no pni-tii-nlnr S'.'cret th.-it j   h.Uchi'S of juvenile olViMiui'i'S hiivi* h;ui j  to la;  di.nlb  with   hv   thu  s-tipendinry i j.^V.i^-.A,.  nn.Kisli-iii'Oii mon' llvm one   irasil,|,!S,���������^l*i,.������������������w.,,���������.jl,l  very ii'ienl.ly.      Petty   IniTunies   h.nvi'j i���������.   r,ut,i  t(i  Join-  heen I'ieipient niicl Iinvc hei'i.   nttiiiilly i A''t'1"  Inoii-ht   home  hy   the  police  10  the j ��������� _  von! hfnl iiiTei'idciH. hut here ni;iii:i  tho j  sniiic     feeling   of    coiiskli-.-iilidii   hu-, : .^''^^ *1..n--.: t*  tlelerreil   the   siitl'erer.-   from   '.oniint;, u,'l\. "V������i'irV -f-1 i.   foriviird     :is     pi'Osi'C'iitoi'S.    AH    llua! n.;;;.  thwe juvenile ctiniiniils pet is 11   wai-u-,  in^,   whicii   iippe.'irs   to   ho     onrirely  Mani'.^itii: Dire**  ********************-iri-^*'*.h\  \ fr V/e Repair...:...'* .���������;,������������������ .������������������*���������  ' "'" " "   i-VA-rhti  i-t.  *'.iu*i rs of io:-  Oill!  Teacher War.ted.  K.i\ ;���������-.*  hoi.  1  .1 f-.-.iiHi.eni'e Ai:'-''.**(  , jr.n     A:.ply.  -���������.������������������-on::  ca::.i-i-? !'-/. '.V   fAlUil.U.f., .-oen u.ry-  iriT. comiipiis. H r.  10  K?n:.  .     .       .    .        ...        i     Fnr-i-d-.'-d !:���������������**!* *o U-.*-:*.;! eor.i  without   eiVect.    it   is  oovmn.-ly   uine j B. i,*i;k.*;.-.v.aN. iifw-Ui-nzi'.- av*.  therefore   lh.it  i-oine   weipon   -honld  .CLOCKS, .*,*."'  and all l:i nds of .* jewellery'���������  3. : rf*w-i������:TJ *'*_;.*���������;*.,:   *';*-*_:"g*;*i ������������������-. ���������;.,^.��������� *\-...v..-.ti*-  ���������;���������; :���������������������������/,...-/���������'.ivO.Oa^A^-iAii^-^&^tO  Next toYGodikiess *;.���������"���������:':s-\  If the'   v.-ork   is   not satisfaetory we   1^.  refuiKl your money. './. .    '":   i*>  _V E GUARANTEE OUP. WORK %  and: stand ,by 0:1 r*guarantee.: ���������;���������  **,;*->  Vi*r also earry a ^ood line, of Wo toll os  fr  and .loivellery," ivhich we: dispose of at  iijnili-riite.'prints. **.-*. ...*;��������� : ,  VT :T:TT"ft/J'::"$i  l!JiS*t,:i!  ��������� ,-.*..,*    ,-* ���������'   fr-  -..-.P.:* I.eildlDK*.'. '* "*..   fr  fr  t E.M;:-������  Ffv  , ���������T'rniiipt (leTivjryiof: litircclsV ?J������.K^'''EtS cU:.-, tot  nny p:vrt of,tliu-.CI,ty.'-;..'.:>.;,;,:.-:;:'  **  ;_^_iy-Kind5of;Tr:  Iransierrmg.*  ||;||l:|li������il  ^:LJ.i SOlXOO"^--BOOKS:?":.^u:J;l K.  .���������-.���������������������������All ,-or.']e7S"}etl nt'.',M: M. Smytlie's  To)������'.*ori>  Sh.rc-.invhy^XHOjilioi.u-No.-T^f^-.Vi'in' rucuhki*'.  ;lii������niptjiltcijfini>. :-;;'*.;L"...-.)'':���������'���������':.[<���������" ,;-���������';_..     :-.., y-v.-:- ;���������;���������;���������"  till\������'c'.v-���������;lin&sH6';t"tc.;"l:������(T tit, '?��������������������������� 0���������;''.::.':  ���������yn..*^,. ;.-w,v'.-il-^ ���������; -v.. v* -I...  :'Ht.olii.ncrs,Ji.'*".ilTC������.i'.'nyHl(i(-l:  xiciitT-'.iviia.:-:',':������������������..-'.;  WEMzB  ,.\.'6'.ehmaker and .Icwelcr.  If ;yoh'\v;ihtjyour:.scavi-ngeri:ijc*  woi'k'dono; in: n. cli'iin iind ;*(.:(:���������>: *  noinic.-il 'avii'v seiid *'u C:\rd :lo **���������:..  '*���������: '���������..'; -''.;'*'.:"':..*':*V-*' j':.**'.1'* |"':':**   S: ���������; .-'������������������ :* :'������������������-*'*'  :    " 'Q> >/*TTTC'*Ti'1^T?'Q*;*'  ..]!EY.ET.STOK__ STATION.     * 1*.''  ���������TO���������RENT���������A coltHji  ���������sneer, nil  tnoih-rn   convenience-!.  Iilock from the I111pe_-i.1l I-.'nU.    Apply  for pai'tii'iiliirs nt the. Hrhai.d oflice.  F. M.-Ciirty left Snnilny with' i\  tinir. loiul of supplies onil 11 men to do  work on a iuiuiIil-i' of i-luinis in wliich  he is iiiteie.-'tecl. in tlroiind llpjj Busin.  I_ndy T.iylor. of Toionto. President  of the Wouien.i' Council, which lists  heen in .-e.-sion ni N'ictoiin. -spent  Snndiiy ut the KeveUioke nnd went  t-outh next inoinip.t;.  The union pic-nic of t ho Pioliyierinu  nnd Methodist Snml.'iy -si'liooN will  tnke pline on the j-'im clu'i jiiounils on  Thui-sdnv.      Lunch   will   he -ei-ved nt i  on   .Second! he put into  the h.-uifls  of   the  police,  ~ V"!~wiTK:l1���������-S'l'll-TJHilhlP- chem-^PtlTX-rni-rHy-T^  lo confe with this  sirowin;;  evil  and  cm few law will to some extent meet  the bitnation. It is a,- very ~evere  fcflection on the ciimiiiiil ne'.'h.'Ct of ]  their most s.-icred ro"^.(ifisiii:lities hy ,  some of tho p.-ireuls of Ri-veistoKe lli.it |  it should actii.-illy he found nec.-*-s;ii y ;  io etinct Mich nil oidiiii'-nci'. It i-s j  nliiKist, incredihle !h:it there nre '  peoplo so c.iiele-s of the welfare, of;  lheir childi en ns lo allow them to he!  wandei'infc nhoiit the stieet.-, up till;  one and two o'clock iu tno iKui'iiin*^'. ,  huL  iiceuiiliiifr   Hi   the   leporL   of   the!  -YOUR  *���������.  1  *K5;:- :.3   ': Q;   ��������� ���������c-j'*.-*..;'**J*--   c^v;;*.\S0  -:;.  t'M  E^$qm^0^Q^0LmM  B Y .;.SXJ^K "TiV E.S1GK EKEpS^Kri;'  :: ': ,"iVhen:i.iiltil.iii:: of voiir Kuiiir.-icr Si.H voi_>  *..   ;,7i'Uiii:i������lly dwell on lire s-onitestand'niost  *- -M-.otivit io  be   lul.l... H-.ir.liv   a tl!oii,j|it.  ;���������,.. iiccjir_i ofJi'iiTlii;; a ������oi:i:'ii<y,rplii-.-i!. siiii in-..  .:,-:.l'0n>ers, no limit,:., I������.*.>������:. _inilif,;r6n_ .von :  ,-;*..-���������'"��������������������������� jiiiiy !>���������.! Hli'iiii. utiier lhi:i],'s.   -V.'lien "von  :; VwHiit. tlii; hc<i.,it,. is. ������*No-:.to place vim r  . .'\ordi'r*i. where   you're ; likely   to; .vet* tlu-  ; : i-i.j-i'iM't -liiin*^.*: if  we   inake--vour-: Suit*  ; :: ..wa proiiiise: yon   a  liisiiiK'tlv'e.'adusiviY  ::;.;���������*:.*.. tyl..\i-irli'.:ii 11*ijie.eiivmarlcs of the llne������tV' \  ; ::'-:.*-..i.nip(ivted eoiifei'tioiis*.   '"���������".!.���������*.'   i*'.-:" ���������.*.-,"::;..*,.'  .-':-*lii'lliB;inn'lter of nrtre, we. cull s*o</.von  nt -  -   (���������.���������ise I'.vsii.vhi:,' Dint* vou'll   tie nj;fucablv.'  .'::..".; Niit'priseil at the Tnoileraieness. *���������:..; :"::  . '..Hi Iter, loi ns desiyn voiirsnit or trousers*;  -..* ...��������������������������� v.ei promise yon all:the si-tlsfnetiorr voir  . *i'tiii-ii(.������iili!v -,-c-i froiu..Inivt-iiK:aSnit will-.,  .-;���������-.   tlM* air   of:, tlie: New . Tor!; .or *:-l'liriw-  . ������*. * erea'.inii.i, * nnd ,al.   prices  ^.viiic.h/ ivi 1 li  uppeal tii you'us heini; !isloiiisliii!i;lylow."  J l B. i Ore ssnian.;..,  lVow-i������'tSto.^Urm>. to: cni} and  nrrAnpn���������{  /or a.,lil:,KirCi.. SUIT riuVhii <>\'Ki!UOAT ,(  ���������Sp_cnd.rtl.jie   of; J:uilii:t>-,   >.o\\ _��������������������� [  ���������;i?i!.sbj.ww.'i?latei������fiyoi'Uvv.'^rltiuau-Uiip.:   .'   !  -T������*?_*>j'---- .AMI _���������.:_��������������������������� "TT-!*fTw-'V^^'r-^^^-^^-������'r-J.rr-X. __rV^-"'-5,-���������-  ;.,::: Ment the ''McCarty 'Block. '���������'!  I'I noon on the triound.*,. . , ,. , ���������,-.���������.,.  I chief of police to the council   it. istrti",  y.-iiii Nepdh.iin jr. won th**'hnnilsoiiif I -������������������     _. . _ j*****���������  cirviiig set ^iven hy H(iv  .Smyllx*  fori r._ P.evelstoke Rifleman,  top score in his shoot inn _r.i]|.-i-y on! ��������� . " ,_ ., ... . , ,. ,. , ,.,,,,  S,itiudny evenin-. 11.- ir.,ul- *, bulls | Pfiv.-i.u- T. U. LVkui.l ..I the Kovel  and nn inner. 'M out  of a  po~_.ihle i_. i stoke compi'iiy of the   It.M.l*!.  iili'-liiiKui.-died   himself   at   the annual  I'iATI.-t  ,<;; ��������� i:  . '.I.sc  i ,-,,-lv If.  r; i.kmi.'.'-:.  Ai'j-rl (*.*l:  "or S-.i':^.  r Nr '���������.'.'   I'l-.vi*"  ���������n '!i,ir-: .*-'..���������-, i  ;n,  ���������zwyrn **ZiK*v >".iwa^ir.  a *Bl AM-:^:  ���������i%^fm-^^-^i:i'-H^'-^--  -���������/  'si  0������e������<^@���������������������)������'2)������!;;-/  *>-zr*������   *e������-,    By*r"Z���������������%.  np< ������**#. rXr":P"H"il"Hi*?  ������    4"  v -^itf    S* NH'-V^S-f l<     ii'     ** *���������  '���������"���������!i>-.<^ cXjOSIDSTO  A   iiiei.'tint:   of   tlie    r.iheinl     Con-,  sfi'vative   ^S-socialiori    i*--     cilled   for; shoo  Friday   eveniim* the inth. in-l.. nt S p.  in.        All    iiieiiihers*   iiu-   p.iitii-.ilarlv  invitwl lo nit'-iid   as   importaur.   hiini-  ne.-s i.s to he transacted.  ���������  Auk. 2-lth and 2.")lh have hnpn I  <lfclinit"ly adopted ns the dates for lhe  Kevelstoke Gun Chili Tonitiameut.  An excellein. prciti'iinirni: of events  ohas heen arraut;e,l ami the loiti-n.-imi-nl  will no douhi, atirnct :t consitlcrnlile  nuinhs'i* of visitor.-.  Next .Sunday will ho Dr. Paget's In-d.  Surdav in St. Peter's rhui'li. as he  and Miss Pap;et intend leaving for  Caltraiy nhour, th" mid.Hi: of next  week. On the followim-f Sunday.  A ui;. l'Jih. tin' Uishop of Now Wcsf-  min.-tcr ivill visit the parish and take  the service.-,.  .   .     ,<& OXJ"I?  the B.C. llif.e- A-socinlion. , ^ ^ __ .-_.  which occiureii on I hur.-day and j y-, ���������o-A.-i-J-t**-*'  Friday of last week, lie made topjS^  score in tlie New West minster (.'*ip'\������*/  iimU'li, nuking the po'-sihle Ti) in ):>'C*j  UhotSiiL iitl \.xn\-. At th*-'- he I ied j Q,\  \ with Private I.oult of Vancouvei- aiid;^  in the shoot-olf, scored three hulls to j ^i  Boull's two halls and an inner. lujV**?  tlie.Nanaimo match ile took second x_?:)  place with (11 out* of a possiMe 70.  shots, at IKf) yards, any po.--il.ioii, and '  al 200 . tiiiulim;. The winiiei-, W. II  Foi'iesl.. 'of Vancniivci', heat him h;  om- point, only.   .  ������������������;  ������; ^(mmmmmmmmMmmm  GOODS AT YOUR GV/H  PSiCES  EVErcYTKIMG MUST GO  ���������$)  NOW OS AT  m. K. LAWSO  Mackenzie Ave.  N'5  ���������P  C"*  5*  Amontr  recent  registrations at   the I  Rcvel-tnke aie; I  Saliuday���������I. A. Majrce, (Joinaplix; ,  "���������vV. N. i-rayton. Ka-*-io; A. .1. Fraser. j  Thomson's Landing: Noiniiin Car- j  michael. I/iurie. Sunday��������� XV..I. Dean,  Kamloops: Lady Taylor. Toronlo: I'.  _Hiii'iis. Calgary: .1. Flt-isman, Van-  i ouver.  Noble Three.  Geo. .Mat-Arthur. F. Gueiin, Ij-  "McDonald ami D. .McHae cune in  from the Nohle Three on Friday,  having run coniplelely out of supplies.  They have run thi*ou*_;h five feel, or  nice caihaliatc-s, tint have still "ot* I'i  feet io i-iiii to cut the lead, wliich they  expected to tap this season. The  country rock is a very hard limestone.  Operations on the claim will he renewed after awhile.  u Hi V������ IS  ^~~^"     ' \ '"'���������'' ''.'.,' "' . ; *     ;* *   -:..'.*������������������.   .*.*"��������� -'���������*'    " ���������'.;'       .. ..*. ' V    <^<  rrr.r:">. "!!;"*>. /if���������-*/, ������~*'X  ������2 A %  .SCCCKriSOItH TO  FA V K'l'IT. lilii' i'a*  ���������FT3<TJ������.l<r<3TJ������T^, _E2._E3.A-Ij ESTATE  a-������5nSTE.E2iA.I__ Z3sTSTJK,A.2:TaS AGE1-TTS  ..FIRE, LIFE AND ACCIDENT INSURANCE..  Money to Loan on Jbasy Terms.  Rents Collected.��������� ^^^^^^a^ssssssi.  m  jffc*.  1%  ���������a  <?#  m  (Tsil  I One door east of Molson's Bank  gIBjBaBOT������___a__a������atei_-^^  zfpjrj>-j>irjc>j>*&*.ir-!>y.2-/syy#je-.!>j?i>.������fri?t,  -OH ��������� EASY���������;.: TEEMS---  ^ ������^���������)���������)���������������)���������)(i)���������������������)@������ &gm������m  m  'Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  ���������rt'-f  l^::Reail:!o!i  ON ALL;.SUMMES.GOODS  .':.\vliii;h'iiiel*ialen-^r-. ;;!:��������� ,;v    .*:*'  I XlA\VS;"STHIN !^_i*!S"::*Hr-;'*;*:  g 1.013 CREAM:.'FRKIiXKLiS'*'*: "':*;  j! Only TWO Tli-I-'ltlGKIlATOK*.  H WATER pdoLKUS;: '."''.'_   "*V  I WATKR *l<'iT/l"B!.a    , ; v './  |3 COAL OH; STOVES >   ':   .'*'  Vi  ii*-..'..;;���������.��������� ������������������--���������������������������.:.....:������������������������������������'.'���������:���������"  ' .���������"'���������lit fi'.rgct tu list,- for tlio ili.'ieoinif..  !( *. TliiS'b'Vor Ih'uiich to llio.-_inj. ol.-ilio  im,    . ���������'.*.* .*.*." *     ���������"���������  jX*mf-y ~ : :������������������  iMMii1*  *I.o���������t<?il' nt  the''./miioii3  .Coiiuniiiii.   ��������� , ;   :;  Cnnybu   ot   the-.  SL-iAl.?/AT ATA/ HOURS..*;.*  ^iiiLAtta^j^ti.aoLKLiiiii >._:___  ; ,S!'I/l*;N'liIl>\CiROiU*-:i������ X-OIl i'lUNi-CS*.:*  ..���������::cpuisi'i':i; \*iiiw;OF tiiu d.i ny'on'.  SWINGS,' ETC.:, ON'.'I'llK-GlVoUXD.:: ;.  i;;F.l.IA01.E0,l.,,  prop!  w Haniwiire.        ���������* Tirrwiirt!."      ' Gtovca.  1'llilltS.  Oiiii'iimrtiliiss;  Sj3r~-Ai;i;i\t For Jlninilto!l-l'owiler:Co.  rXscs&zrinEafzssi _zxiaazszzsayGszKzzisa-JS'  "%%?:���������''���������'���������'���������������������������'���������"  ;*:^.'!";''';   -'-;."*'.���������'";'���������*:-',   *'.*���������"���������*':'.  ������������������.������������������'">.'���������' E -liereby: notify the Emoking  public that" the Cigar Makers' Union  have resolved to permit members of  the Union to work i:i our Factory,  .and'-UNION CIGAR. AlAKURS* are  now-'at-work with us.  st������s-^  (GOfj&B8.  F&(gl5������ipyo   ...  THOS. LEK.c!^*op!*ieloj'_  N  '"A LOOAL"..INPUSTRJ.....'.  :i" ...OK PUBLTOsI.ENEFI-  >~  iv*. GOOh .UtTloiK ,_:'01t: YOUit   JIOKEV.  ifii;   :   ^#';  ukcj*:tvi:.'o it.'T'ay tor i  AN!) ASK KO  Yptj V.'lij, l'lXJJ OUT. 00ODS FIRST-CLASS:  J^.;NB^R'A:::v;  KEEP OI;i) STOCK.,'  i.v or.ptcn to do this you .must _.ea".ik  THAT. V,*J_;T.L, IT *IS JfEEBI^ESS TO, SAY, :  oyiA- WAX TO 1)0 IT 15 to sat _**OK  v ���������GASH--:V'iv;"''  fr     ������������������."'"./_____._-L^"':-;t'c. BOTH  **************************  '  ���������*.'.  fr  fr  ��������� f  fr  fr :  J*  ���������'.* ���������.  ���������fr:'.  .fr'!,  fr  fr'  fr  fr;  fr ���������'  ���������fr  '������������������* .  fr    :*.'���������' :**'". ''*."���������. :*".*/::* "���������������������������'������������������:- fr':  fr *,,.;:     v......-;* *.;.;,-:-,:;..   .:.*'*   ;;:     ���������*.  i< :,������������������::.-      .   ._.-..,   ������������������������������������:.*.������������������ .*'������������������������������������'������������������ .    ���������>;;��������������������������� *  "?��������� ��������� ' ' ': ;:;*:-j y,'���������:������������������. ':.."'''��������� '���������'��������� ���������*'���������'  "������,    The Proprietiiv.veViiu'sts yonr   ^  i4  ; iiiiti'Oiiiige on  theiUipve fiif-S-V.    4*..  fr    First    Class     Miiehi.noi'y   and    !L  %:  First Cliiss'-'.White   Kelp;   en-    *"  j*    snres   First   Olnss.   Work.   A  -j.    tiial   order  is   solicited   from  "I**   outside   points,  or from  resi-.  j*    dents  o������. lievelstoke  who nre  fr uini.   .-ilrendy; on   our    list    of  _?,* .patrons.; ; .'..*':,*  Savage  I-VOULY OF.OCEES?,':."''  ros.  Siitt.-j.-J: ?t.reet.  |'.:f:bijker,;  "2 Proprietor.  %' TELEPHONE ^O. 43.  fr'  fr  fr :  ,fr  fr  fr  fr-  fr ���������  fr'  ��������� fr  tf  fr  *.*"  %  fr  ��������� fr  fr  fr  ^���������^^^���������^���������f.^.^^..f.^.^'^f ^f '


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