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 '  *������  ���������������*e;**tiM.C_2������-  Vol   V. No   48.  v'7  REVELSTOKE, B.C..    WEDNESDAY,  JUNE 12, 1901.  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  Xj2r*t!&4t^-!rf-*iM&'*.'&S-S'-&'-4'-4f'S<l^  TO-Ei  THAN  BEFORE  A. Direct importation from  Kirkcaldy,' Scotland, now in..  The Patterns are Prettier  than ever and the Price is  lower. They include a fine  line ot" Ingrains'.  Come  and Examine   them.  HATS HAI  Gents'  Ladies'  .   Children's  Misses'   -  ������������������0  sSEJ  Latest New York ,  Novelties������������������^-  We have no hesitation in  stating that we have the  pretti'-st and nobbiest lines  ever shown in this City.  mMSS>������.3������i3SS.^^  GROCER  IS  WHERE "WE   SHINE  .��������� .-/���������-��������� -"���������-��������� '* ���������������������������  -s-n-..  ���������*.*'.*..**o*>'p. *'-���������-������������������������������������-���������  .    ���������at-s'.-o/w '  ������*-i\;\te-������,  ti', /'..     -I   . IT- !���������'��������� W/.(-,ft-*-:i-.vri=ifi  Shall we wrilu it down.  We  want   your Order   for  several reasons.���������  Because  We can save you money.  Because  We  can  please  you  in  quality.  Because  We can ensure you good  service.  xtrjtrjPPjtr-Pr^jTjXr^^  AROUND THE YARD  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  lt. Mot*, travelling  town yesterday.  engineer, was  in i  XV. II. .Tnyiie of Uie C. P. R. oll'ici* nt  Sandon lms. lieen lr.*ui..l'ei red tu Nelson.  A. II. Fischer, wlio fur several  iiuuitlis lms acted us ili'pot. tii'ket ngent  for t lit-* tl. I'. It, Nvlson, has resigned  liis position.  \V. II. I.annigiin, acting general  Ireight agent nf the U. P. Jl. ut  Tiiriiutii. has been appointed lo sue  reed Ci. Jl. Shaw .it Winnipeg.  \V. Stilt. gum-pal passenger agent  of tin* C.P. Jl. liiisreturnc.il to Winni"  peg fnun Auslrailia.  Alex. MeGregor, bridge l'liri-iniui,  was in town on Sunday mul Monday  with his family.  A. J. Anle of Nelson, lms been ;i|-  pointed stenographer unil typewriter  in the manager's ollice ul'the K. & X.  Ry. Co. ut Kaslo.  - Tlie International Brotherhood of  Riiihviiy C.iriiicn lins decided liy roEer-  onduui vote to al.iliato with the Aiuei*-  ciin Federation of Labor.  Mrs. JI. J- Donovan, wife of the  station agent at Arrowhead, came up  on Saturday on hei* way to Kamloops  hospital to he treated i'or a sprained  wrist.  Most of tiie C.P.R. trackmen on this  division are .organized. There ai*c  only three section foremen between  here and Roger's Puss, who do not  belong to the union.  Silni day's Gazette contains six  applications to purchase laud near  Tete Jaunt; Cache from G. JJ. N.igle.  Geo. Suitt, Alex. McDonald. I". H.  Goodwin, ]?" 11. .Gieen and 3..D.  Mulotie.  -Elias Rogers, managing-director of  the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co. and  Crow's Nest Southern Railway, is now;  at Ferine, arivuiging foe.the" immediate commencement of construction of  the road to_ connect with the Great  Northern at the boundary.  Friday afternoon while two men,  Charles Gu'nriel and Bishop Robinson,  were working on ears in the 0. P. It.  yard, Calvary, un engine ran into the  cars. Roth men were badly injured.  Gabriel's leg was broken.  Retrospective and  Prospective.  1901   MARKS  A  HEW START  The Elements Wliich Combine to Murk  This Year as the Beginning*- of a  Fresh Era in the Progress of the  City.���������Ths Natural Advantages  Which Should Help to Build it tip  Nov/ For the First Time Within  Our Reach.  Tt is plain that with tlie year of  grace, ID II. Rei'i.'lstoke will dute tin*  coiiiiiieiiceiiient   of   a    fresh    era    of  progress. Since        the  nay    stampede     subsid ed  been jogging along quietly  steadily.       Considerable  was given   to   the    piogress  place       by     tin;       transfer  We intend giving special  attention to FRUIT this  Summer and will have  them as fast its they lipen,'  Strawberries and Cherries  are arriving now.  *t*������������>rj9jP*>9-jrp>>jr-+J^^  C.B. HUME  &C0  Jas. Shafer, C. P. R. engineer, of  Kamloops, and Miss *.".lsie Crick were  married by Rev. J. A. Wood on  JMonday aud left next morningf^tor  Vancouver, where they .will reside.  The bride is a, sister of A. Crick of the  Hi_.ii.vld stall".  Robert Harrington, a Grand Trunk  section man, was crushed to death  by the westbound express' on the  Grand Trunk Monday morning. Hiir-  ington was lying across the track  about half a mile from. Hyde Park  station, and was not seen by the  trainmen until the engine was upon  him.  W. Ii. Bilker, executive agent of the  C.P.-Rr-in-Winnipi'g.-who-hus-beeii-iip..  pointed assistant to .Second Vice-President JMcNichol, left'for -Montreal with  his family last Thursday, in the, private car. Earnsclilfp. Mr. Baker was  entertained to dinner by his friends  in the Manitoba club before leaving.  At Saturday's session of the International Machinist.*,' . Association a  resolution was passed accepting the  declaration that was-issued hy the  National Metal Trades Association  and hurling hack defiance. -'AVe  never will accept any modification of  our demands or resume labor unlil the  cause for which we struggle if triumphant, and u shorter work day is an  accomplished fact."  Lightning in East Ki.iiieniiy Friday  afternoon struck a large fir tree just  as the Great Northern train mi*  passing and the tree falling, struck tin*  locomotive, damaging a cylinder to  such nn extent that the engine was  rendered helpless and the train was  brought to a stand still. Word \va*>  sent'lo Bon tiers'Ferry for ar.nther  locomotive. The accident o������cured  between Creston .iirl Croston .1 unction.  In that region a very severe thunder  storm took place. .'  The Midland Railway company in  England since the latter half of 1S03.  has been using forty   American   locomotives.   Samuel XV. Johnson, superintendent of   the locomotive department of the company   says   that   the  results  of   six   months'   comparative  tests   made   with   standard  engines  under   the   same  show that the extra  working cost of  American  locomotives over those of  British manufacture is from 20 to 2">  per  cent, in   fuel, SO per cent, in oil  00 i>cr cent, in repairs.   The American  engines worked the trains satisf.ictor-  ly, but their inferiority in   the three  points named is incontestible,    American engines are made to   work   until  they die, anil English engines are as  perfect as possible for long service.  Koote-  we   have  but   still  impetus  of    the  nf     the  C. P. 11 shops from Donald and  the ci cation of a divisional point here,  We became an iinpnstant railway  point v. ilh coiisideiable additional  population ol railway men and their  families. But this change, important  as it. was. came about very gradually  and without any flourish of trumpets.  And so things have, gone on quetly  evi-r since. We have passed through  incorporation a period of depression  in the mining industry, several contested elections ai'.d other minor  troubles but nothing very stauling in  the nature of a boost io the town has  tian*-piied.  However, without venturing into  the doubtful realms of prophesy one  may fairly conclude th.it this year  will not elapse before Kevtlstoke takes  a fiesh start. And here it limy be  leuiaiked en passant that despite the  fact th'it limes have been dull and  progress may have seemed to cease  lievelstoke is at the present the seventh most important place in the piovince iii point of population and the  third in Kootenay. We have nothing  at .all to be ashamed of in our little  city. "Ve have hud grave ditliciilties  in;* the way of jour struggling Jtom-  niunity and "one liy*"'or7e 'liy-patient  etl'ort they have been overcome. 'The  townsite question, the river bank  question, the opening up of the. Big  Bend question are now. all things  of the past or practically so. But  there is no den. i g that taking each  and everyone ol them they have been  very tiresome problems, demanding  steady and persistent work and a  faith that laughed at failures. But  they are now things of history and  there are no others like them before  us. Of     course,    as      everyone  knows, there        are      . certain  people in town who consider that the  quarantine expenditure has, dealt the  municipality a blow beyond the  possibility of recovery. Were it any  use to do so, the Herald would assure  this class of croaker, that such is not  in the least likely to be the case. Revelstoke is built on too solid a foundation to be wiped out by a bill of $3u00.  If the knockers in tliis ��������� town have  failed to killed it, no $3000 of expenditure is going to do it. These dismal  Jeremiahs are themselves living  evidences that the town Ib too tough  "foFtliiif,    ���������"     "���������*������������������;=-ar-.* "���������" ���������' "   "-=-J-  those, who come here to do busiiu-s-.  Our distances may be magnilicent bin  they are at the same time decided I >  inconvenient and tend to create a pom  impression of the place on the minds  of outsiders. This detriment to the  town will almost certainly be removed  this season and handsome blocks will  till the gaps and give an appearance nl  solidity and pel uianeiice to the business portion of the town. In all these  sever il ways we are justified in expecting ii ureal change I'or the better ii.  the fortunes of lievelstoke, which wil  take a fresh start with the new  century, a stmt which before auothei  census is taken may very well leave  this city easily first in Kooteiciy and  well up in the front rank iu the  province.  .   C. P. R. Trackmen.  Telegraphic l eports are to the effect,  that the daily conferrence between  the grievance committee of the C. P.  It. trackmen and Mr. McNicholl, the  general manage!*,' were broken off last  week. Indeed tbe ollicials have  intimated to-the committee that their  schedule as presented is not such as  thu nmnagoiuent can see its way clear  to grant. They are willing to make  concessions, but the claim to a tinivei-  sal wage scale, that is the same rate ol  pay for men who aro in the service a  week oi ten years does not coincidi-  with their views ,of justice. In fuel  the trackmen have been told to prepare another schedule; one in which  various modifications shall be made.  However the trackmen .assert that  thoir schedule* merely raised the minimum and they complain that at present the older hands'are often subject  to reduction in order to be* on a level  with the most recently engaged..  The schedule that was' presented by  the committee in April deals with the  different grades fully, and for the  ordinary section man,'provides thai  the wages .on tbe'Atlantic divisii n  shull be $1.50 per day; O. and I. division, $1.50 per day; -Eastern.division"  from Montreal to" Carter and Sault, Ste  Marie, $1.50 per'day, from_ Carter to  Port Arthur, $1.05 per per day; Western division. $1 (55 per day; Pacific  division, $1.75 per day. The trackme.i  say that.the schedule must stand and  .upon*, it. alone,* are, they-prepared .to  negotiate, terms, Thus the dispute  stands. There are'abaut 3,200 men  alfected, and it is stated thnt the union  at St. Louis, which is backing them  up, has plenty, of funds,  It was btated on Saturday in Montreal th*it an appeal would bi> made to  president Shaughnessy according to  the usual procedure but the course was  uot expected to result in a settlement*.  F. Rutledge, One   of  the Men  Convicted  of  Bank   Robbery  Commits Suicide.  Frank Jlutledge, the convicted bank  robber, who, with 1-Yod. Lee Jlice,  was charged with the niiiL-dui* of  County Constable Boyd, made a determined und successful attempt to  end his life in jail Friday afternoon,.'is  announced in .Saturday's Ukuai.ij. lie  wa.s being taken, with another prisoner, in charge of one of the jail guauls,  to dinner between 2.110 and .1 o'clock,  when he made ,*i sudden dash, ���������and  springing up the stairway, inoiiiiled  to the gallery running round (he  inside of the jail, .'ID l'eet froni the  lloor. Keuching the gallery, he  gathered himself together, without a  second's hesitation; and climbing over  the railing jumped to the floor- below,  ile fell in a heap on the paving, which  is made of thick glass in an iron frame  work and crushed his skull. The  guards at once hurried to his assistance, and carried him to a cot, and  Drs. Richardson and Smith weie soon  in attendance on him.  ���������  His case wns hopeless and he died  in half an hour, llutledge was credited with heing the ringleader of the  robber trio, and lias a record a.s an  all-round criminal, and was a desperate man. lie is a. native of Streetsville  and the only Canadian of the three.  BUKOLAH&   U1*_SC.1.1IJED  The Toronto World reprints a series  of striking portraits ol the murderous  trio that terrorized fhe city and shot  down in cold blood County Constable  Boyd whilo lie was discharging his  duty.  "While all three dressed well, Fred.  Lee Bice, from his patent leathers to  his carefully parted hair, is stylish to  a degree. His nutty and fashionable  appearance has been f'requcuLly noted  in reports of the trials in which he  has figured. Clean shaven, of sallow  complexion, about' o foot 0 inches" in  height, dark hair and animated manners, apparently-, not inoro_ than 30.  years of ago, there was" -little indication of the hardened, reckless, relentless villain in his looks.      " "  But he has the reputation of having  killed a, man in Chicago. He stated a,  few days ago that he was a native of  Kentucky. - He is reputed to be thc  nephew of a Chicago millionaire.  Thomas Jones,, sometimes termed  "the tall fellow,"'   was   distinguished  'rom his companions both by his  height and his reddish mustache. He  was of pale complexion, and had been  remarked upon as being very dejected  while on trial, and not in the habit of  speaking to his counsel, wliich Ilice  und llutledge frequently did.  Frank Jlutledge, alias Wardell, alias  Dyer, who was born in Peel county,  was of similar build to Ilice. His  countenance was more indicative of  criminal paopensitics than those of his  companion-*;, but bis usual manners,  while reckless, was neither rough nor  vulgar. Early in his criminal career  he almost aucceeded in killing a guard  who was taking him from Brampton  jail to Kingston penitentiary, for  whicli olfence he had live years added  to his two year's term for larceny.  All the men have criminal records  and their last crime iimde the authorities more than ever anxious to keep  I he in.  Room for One More on  Top.  The Cape Town correspondent oi'the  London Express, in a letter to that  paper, relates a mther startling story  about the Strathconas, which heclaims  has never been printed before.  "It appears, as the story Roes, a patrol of lhe Strathconas being fired upon  from a farm house where the Union  Jack ami a white flag were flying,  searched the farm and found two Boers  hidden in a disused well. The Strulh-  conas decided to hung them. The pair  were hung up to a near-by beam. A  stall' ofiicer happened to ride upon the  scene and ordered that the two men be  cut down, but the Slr.ithiona's refus-  td lo obey the order.  "The ofiicer was furious with rage  and attempted lo cut the rope with a  jack knife, but before he could reach  Lhe rope a voice said: ���������J-ook here;  there's room for three to swing on the  beam.'  "The ofiicer turned around to get his  eye on the speaker, but he was brought  face to face with twenty stern, rough  laces, and left the house."  The Hospital Site.  J. L. Doupe, assistant commissioner  of the C.'P. It.' Land Dept, was in  town .last, week ^ind. went into the  hospital site inatter". The company do  not wish to part with the- site on the  hill just above Tappings but they offer  another free further along the' track  toward's Turtiross'sfarui.'- J. A. Mara,  who was also in-town on Saturday  had made through his agent, J.. D.  Sibbald, an offer of 325 feet by 150 on  the bank of the river adjoining H. N.  Coursier's grounds for $850.  LATEST  Fatal Colliery Explosion   Near  Pittsburg  COURT MARTIALLED AND SHOT  .������������SX������'-3X<*>3>^^  We see this year before   ns   with   a  certainty   that  easy  communication  with   the   Big   Bend will  be   secured  before its close.   That alone should be  a    sufficient    assurance    of    coming  prosperity.   It is a  district of magnificent indications of mineral weath and  ot great known   resources   in   timber.  But its wealth and resources have so  far remained in tantalizing proximity  to our doors and we have been  unable  to utilize them to further the progress  of the town.   We have felt all along  that    in    that    country   Itevclstoke  possessed an exclusive trade territory  unoqualled in the province but we have  been   absolutely   debarred   by nature  and the hidilfereni'e of the government  from  exploiting it.    Now alt thut is  altered.    In a few months a  bout will  be making regular trips on ihe upper  river and a big step towards the development of the district  will   he  taken.  What  that step means to Itivelstoke  is scarcely a matter of conjecture.    It  is  one,  which if taken ten  years ago  would  have made this place into the  premier business point   iu   Kootenay  without a possibility of a rival.  Another quarter from which considerable impetus to Revelstoke  business ought to come, if properly  looked after is the new goldfields on  Fish River. As soon as development  commences on these astonishing discoveries there ought certainly to be an  opening for trade for this point. There  are at present exactly three stores in  Midland j the district. One at Thomson's Land-  conditions ing, one at Comaplix and one at Camborne. It seems to the Herald that  our Revelstoke merchants have a bif  field np there foi'Ji pushing their  business and one of which they will  no doubt take advantage.  The signs are tbat this year will see  the consolidation of the business of  the town into a rather Ipss diffused  area than at present. This course  will add greatly to the appearance of  I the city  and  to  the  convenience  of[@  GOOD  EA  PPERS  ng's  Our^vaiues~all~tlirbiig'li^the=  store-will-  surprise you. It would take too long* to enumerate the advantages in every line, but in  the following lines every shopper will  have a big advantage   Ties For Men, in Flowing Ends,  Derbys and Boas  Ladies'  Sailor  Blouses  ALL DESIGN'S AND  PATTERNS.  Summer  ITnder-  / wear  Boys Cotton Duck Suits, just the  thing1 for Summer Wear.  Eyerything new and up to date.   You are  especially invited to inspect our stock.  MAIL ORDERS   PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.  REID   ������z   YOUNG-  X*mPJfr*������Jr\tj9Jrj9Jr������jtjtTrj9 \\+jwj9itr*Jr>t>\Nr>*^������J^jwj^  Traitors Die of Enteric Fever.���������Boers  Continue to Come in. -Lockout Threatened at Newport News.���������Kingston  Street Railway Employes Locked out.  ���������Tornado in Minnesota.���������Fast Steamship Line From Sydney ,*C. B. to  Southampton.  PiTTsnui'Ci. June 12.���������As a result nf  the explosion of gas in the Pittsburg  Coal Si Coke Co's. mine at Port Royal,  Pa. whicli occurred on Monday evening, the shaft is on Ure and miuiy  miners are entombed. Sixteen persons  aie known to he killed and seven  injured. -Much property has been  destroyed. The mine is situated .'.7  miles from Pittsburg.  Capetown,   June   12.���������Two  Boars  have been court  martialled   and   shot  I'or trying to escape from Preloi ia and        \  rejoin  their  commando  after  taking  the oath of neulrality.  London. June 12���������The Chronicle  reiterates that five ex-ollicers and 100  men are in English jails for traitorous  dealing with the Boers. Most of tlieni  were'eonvieted of allowing aims and  ammunition to reach the burghers.  The ofticers belonged to the auxiliary  forces. Thpy were at first ordered to  be shot, but E.ul Roberts commuted  their sentences to penal servitude for  life, and the men's offence was altered  to being asleep'on. post. There have  been such cases since, according to the-  Chronicle, and Gen. Kitchener has had  the delinquents shot, leturning them ,  as having died from enteric fever. ;   " '    - .'  'Cape Tow-.*,-, June IL^-Lord Kitchener reports that Commandant Von  -    *  Rensbui-g.and   his , commando   have"  surrendered    at    Pietersbui-g.     One    '  hundred men have come in and othera  are following.'  AstSTERDAJi, June 12.���������Ex-president  Kruger will not visit the United States .  at present.     He affects entire ignorance of any peace negotiations.  Kingston,    Out.,    June    12 The  street car company has locked out its  men and is operating the cars with  officials aud non union men.  Montreal, June 12.���������It is stilted on  good authority' that a contract haa  been let for three large steamers to  run between Sydney, C. B.' and  Southampton. Eng.- The passage is to  be made in four days,  Adrian,   Minn..   June   12.���������Yester-    ���������  day's   tornado  hire caused thousands   *>  of-dollars loss of property.   No lives  were   lost.     Five   large  stores   were  demolished.andone-residence-wreckecL^.;--  Newport. June 12.-The Newport  News shipbuilding Company threaten  to close the yards unless the striking  machinists return to work inunediato-  ly.     Seven    thousand   men   will   be  affected.   -  o  DESPATCH Ei--  IN  niUEK.  Prof. Eugene Haauel, of Syracuse  University, has been appointed Supt.  of Mines for Canada. ���������  " Unset rubies valued at 10.000 francs  have been seized by the Customs  oftlcials of New York.  Capitalists arc reaching out to  control the commercial and industral  interests of Nova Scotia,  Truth and Fiction.  Kosslandei-s  who    read    McClures  magazine for this month will  remember the remarkable story  told   ofthe  Alaskan Indian   who   was   converted  through  the  elTorts  of the Salvation.'  Army at Skagway and then confessed  to  a   murder, being convicted on the  strength of the confession and pardoned by_ President McKinley because  of  the    circumstances.      The Salvation  Army  ofllcer  mentioned   in the tale,  Adjnstant McGill, 'is  now  in charge  of the Nelson corpse, and a copy of the  mav-azine was  mailed  to  him   by a  member of the Miner staff on Monday.  AdjustantMcG 1. replying, says: ' The  article   is very    interesting    to   me,  although  it is  an  extreme   case   of-  journalisticexnggeiation. Jim Han  ww not the heio the writer made him  out to be, in fact this feature is simply  nonsense.   My sermon too is made out  of whole cloth,   as Hanson could not  Itaave understood it even hid he been  present, which he was not. Neverthe-'  less the truth of the case is more  strange than the writer"* fiction���������  Bossland Miner. Issue..  free.  Birth.   Man-lam*   ami   Dentil    Notices  SUBSCRIPTION   11ATKS.  ny mall or carrier, ti per annum; $ l.'ii  lix months;.strictly in tidvuiici.'.  'OUH. JOB  DEI'AI'.T.MKST.  I������onc of the best equipped iirintliie ollices In  ill.. Wc-it anil prepureil lo ���������.���������xtMMiti* "II kliuls ol  i.riullng fn first..U*.*. 'style ul lionesi priees.  line price to all. No job um> litre*.���������*nnne inn  .imall���������for ns. .Mail onlers prouiptlv mtemlcil  Hive us a trial on your next order.  TO COJ..ItE*>l*ONni'.NTS.        ,  We Invite eorrespoinlein'e on any stilijoel  of Intt.re'-t lo the iteneral piihlle. In nil cases  the iKiiia fide name of the wriler inu*-t iict'oni-  pmiv inanuseript, luu not necessarily fur  pulllcutioii.  Address all eoininunli-allons to the MniiK*:er.  is now for greater than it* svas when  the working day was reduced fiom  11 or 12 hours'to - 10. That with nine  hours per day the product of a workman will still be far more than it. was  a few years ago at 10 hours per ilny; i  tlnii,    lhis   great prod unlive" ciipaeily  NOTICE TO CORKIISI'O.VIIKNTS.  1.���������All corres)>ondciiee must lie legibly  written on one side of the paper only.  2.���������Correspondence containing' personal  matter musi besi*,-ned '.villi the j.roper naine  ol the writer. ���������'  I irgely to boys just I'ri.in si'hn.'.l, ns we  have done; even if it In* I'l-oni a school  of mini*.-'. .Mining can only In* learni'd  in tin' uiiui', all liniiuli a kiiiiu*li'ili_;i' of  il. is iiioi'c r.ijiMly anil thiiriiughiy  i't-ii('he,l if I he prcliiiiinnry I raining has  . been of llu* righi kind.    We must pay  has so far gone to reduce   the   cost nil ,, .   . ,   ,  i | 111oi e nl lt-iii um tu muling  anil   less   to  i l,'u> sh.'iiv iu irket, I liiuk   ui,ire   of divi  ! ileinl.** eai ued Ironi llie s.-ile of  mineral  and       h*   of   I hose   renli/.eil    hy     the  >iiiini|iii!.'il ion . f slocks.   Tin* iiiau who  i .-av.-, "(.Ill, iliinin dividend:-,   I   want   a  ((iiicker ivay ol'   making   iiioni-y   limn  ������. GKORAN,  Kditor.  Al l-.X. 1.U0AP,  Travelling AkciU.  WediU'Sdiiy, June 12th.   1001.  A MORE EXCELLENT WA Y  The    present    great   stiike   of   '.he  machinists   in   the   United   Slates, in  which so many of.our fellow  residents  of Revelstoke have so close an interest,  presents   many   features   worthy    i.f  attention   by   the   student   of    social  progress.    One point wliich catuii-tbtil  strike   the mind   is    the   quiet    and  reasonable manner, in which   the proceedings       are       being      conducted.  Conscious of their organized  strength  lhe  machinists approach the (piestion  wilh   moderation   and  .hroaduiiniU-d-  ness.    lt is the sense of  weakness and  insecurity   that  drives  labor   to- the  deeds   of desperation   and creates lhe  bitter   hostility,   which have   characterized strikes in the   past.    Once   the  force   of   organization  has placed the.  workers on terms of equality with  the  employers   a   strike   becomes   a mere  ([iiest.ion of strained relations between  two great   powers,   both  anxious   to  avoid the folly of  warfare.    It   seems  to prove incontestable* that.it is to the  advantage of society that labor should  be    organized.     Under    the    present  * .. ���������"'   'j*  social  conditions the struggle between  capital and labor must exist and is  indeed the inevitable outcome of the'  conditions themselves. Political economists lay it down as an axiom of their  so called science that wages must be  decided by the '"higgling of the  market." Then since ''higgling" is a  game which it takes two tn play nl,  the lowest possible wage for whicli  capital can get labor to work will  occasionally be one whicli capital is  very unwilling to to pay. Organiza  tion effects this result by limiting tlie  available supply. In the lines oi'the  highest skilled labor it controls the  supply entirely. And it is* obviously  better for the community at large that  labor should have this weapon at its  command 'in place of the torch and  nxe. We do nolsayth.it- even under*.  tl"e~lie5tr"condi"tioi]S' s<icu_-tv"as a \vl_olt;  is not injured by a strike. But at all  events it docs not have to pay  increased tax������s in order to recoup  capital for the depredationsjcominitied  by labor.  Organization stands for moderation  and civilization. The older and more  complete the organization the less  likely a strike among its members and  il such a rarity does souietiniKS occur  the moie quickly mill quietly is il  settled. Organization stands for  righteousness. It cuts across aud  battles the supposed law*; of the dismal  science of political uconriuiy, which if)  rallied lo lheir logical conclusion  -.so.ild ieduce hum.in society to a  veiitiible kingdom of S-it-m. ju.-t  as the divinity in in.m i ont inn-  ally cuts ,-ui ti<-s and b.iflles the  natural elfects of   that   giiin snuggle  work done, wliile the men who   do lh  work   are  not uiateriaily better olV  woi k lor about the seine wage.**,   have i  lo    work    as    many   hours   and   p.i.\ !  higher rents for I he same accoinuioda  lion.      They claini they should shan  in the   benefits   of ihu improvements  made,  and when the nine-hour day is  adopted things will adjust  themselves  lo   that basis nnd we shall go along as  well as we do al.  piesent   on   at ten-  hour basis,  The claim is also made by some that  production will not be materially  lessened, aud in some kinds of woik  will be fully as much per day of nine  hours as per day of 10 hours but tins  claim seems lo be oll'set by the other  claim that the. nine-hour day will call  for the employment of a greater number of men, and thus reduce lhe number of idle men whose efforts to secure  places tend to depress wages.  jMost employers, we believe, agree  that nine hours, or even eight hours,  is enough for a man to work and wish  that lhe shorter day was established,  bul, taking tlieni individually, those  who are engaged a.s many of them  are, in lines of biisinvs:s in which  coinpetion is strong and the margin of  profit close, do not. see how a shortening of the day, whicli is to materially  increase lheir costs, can be borne,  unless all competitors arc to be placed  upon the same basis, and ip. most,  instances there is no assurance of this.  Of course,- it is true that this saint*  condition had to be confronted when  the present ten-hour day was proposed and was looked upon as a very,  short one. and it was clu-ir enough  that if no shortening of the day could  take place until every manufacturer  was agreed' to it, arguments in favor  of the shorter day would be in vain  and that 10 hours a day would rem*iiii  the standard forever. If all lhe employers on one side and all the workmen on the other could be united, they  could more easily bring about the  desired reform, or at least In ing about  the desired reform, oral, least give it a  fair trial, but as this is not the condition we see no way for it but to join  the issue and see how it comes out.  There will, we suppose, be friction,  but we hope it will be useful friction,  and not that wliich only irritates and  leaves its cause still existing; that is.  the question still undecided, and to be  settled one way or the other by a  future struggle. The railroad companies employ a large percentage of  thc machinists [of the country, and we  ven t u ikJ Oi.pi.i-d i ct_lh nl i E___lJ ie__n) eu.  employed by then: secure the nine-  hour day it will not materially affect.  llie prices of stocks in Wall Street,  while if the work tinned out per man  per day is materially lessened, the  demand for machine tools, elc caused  theieby. will be a good thing for other  blanches of the machine S'tiade.-  ���������Machinists Journal.  thai." will probably disagiee wilh Ihe  ast remark, but for the lienelil. of lhe  community it should nevnrbe forgotten  thai, in slock Irans.iclions money  simply changes hands���������'twas mine,  'tis his���������whilst by the opening up of a  ininerul deposit which can be worked  at aprnlit new wealth is created and  lhe country, us well as the shan-  holders, lo that extent beneliled.,  The Magazines.  The Locomotive Firemen's .Magazine  for June contains a very amusing iind  interesting article tin Japan, which  touches on railroading in t hatrouiitry.  an in'st itul ion still in ralher au infantile condition to judge froin the following extract:  ������������������In most of the places in Japan lhey  do not u.-e switching engines. Labor  is very cheap, ten lo twenty cents only  a day and il. has not paid to buy a  locomotive to do the switching in any  but half a dozen of the largest cities in  the Empire. Thei el'me. they kept a  gang of forty or lifty coolies to push  the ears around in tin* sidings instead  of using yard engines. I told him that  I thought when the commerce of lhe  country inet eased very much more  perhaps they would lind it advisable  to use switching engines, and then  they could use heavier cais."  The. article is profusely illustrated  and the whole number is fully up to  the usually high standard of the Magazine.  '  The.) nne number of the -Monthly  Journal of lhe 1. A. of _M. contains a  descriptive article on Toronto, the  place of lhe convention for IDOL with'  numerous illustrations. An article on  theNine lloor Day from this number  is rep rod 11 ceil in another column.  ���������(let a camera or kodak and enjoy  youi-sell. L'lie Canada Drug ti, Uook Co  keep them al all prices.  ���������L'p to dale shirt waists made at  tlie .Madison Parlors.  ���������The newest books always come in  as soon as printed at thu'Cunada Drug  ���������*c Book Co.  ���������New vaccination shields very  coinfortable aiul only l.'ic.'-.it the Can-  ada Drug tfc Book-Co-  ���������Remember* the entei taininent on  June i5lh in T-ippitig's theatre.  ���������as  I  PROVISIONS, Etc.  ^w&^^^t^^^a^^^m^^mssii^^^mLi^^^j^^^^^i^m^&s^ii^^a  Ul  %  P  R  Note Heads, Bill Heads  Letter Heads, Statements  Envelopes, etc., etc. in  an up to date, clean and  attractive manner. Send  ���������to us for your next printing. Wc arc sure we  will give you satisfaction.  The   Revelstoke.I-Icarld  Printine.  and  Pub.   Co.  Chloride Lime, ��������� Carbolic  Acid, Camphor, Sulphur (||  Formaldehyde, Fumi- s  gating Pastilles, etc. In  fact all   disinfectants  and  fumigators  c  AT  FIELD & BEWS  nriiKislsIs nml Stationers,  Tkm.I'iioni* IS.       '   llrown Illoek.  m  mi.  m  <%&  gg PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MUTTON.     SAUSAGE.  B    ' FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  S3  m  ^mrn.mMmmmmMM  e i.  BAKER,  CONFECTIONER,  tunl ciiterer Km.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAA1 BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  ?ilail orders promptly and carefully  a-tte'ided to  P. O. T*qx  l'.fl.  Revelstoke, B.C.  notice:  "C.lV.lDl-lS C'tSTINREST EXEMiTIOV _���������--..���������*."  WflAT TO   DON'T.  aI-L r-nnrnp-rt^OTiTh -Afrirnn VoTunt^cr-'. who i  buv'j* noi ttlirftdy 'Iwiic t-n. iiru rtfj u ������"(���������.��������� d toi  coinmiiiiii'iitf v-iih th������ unriiT-ijzn-.*-. u.thn'il >  ��������� lelfiy, n1* at**' U-e nesi oi fin of infw.ileovu-vtl ;  or of thfi-c who hnvi* :vit y������*i ri_.Tt.irnc.rI to *  KritNh Columbia, or a������>* ������j!hfir ?������oi*?oii-. inter-1  t--.*tp<l in mining proper*ies hei J by --.uch ". otmi-'  It-or**. Thf 1h:c*l ont** jHj^iblu for r*-*(-'-i*.ii.^  .ipplifiiiioii*' for -.-x^nipli.-ii  .u-i-' will bo the lirst u; .fulv, )>rnxiux  KICIIaKD iliMtlMPK,  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. XV. B. Paget, Prop.  uniilifulion** for *.-.*<**iiip'i.-in   iin.!'-r  Ili.i h1j*.*.*i* |  ���������'������������������������������������     i;r*.n.i .lui  li.MU'KU M  -.Iini-icr of Mii:  Prompt <leHv-*rv of parneK tm.Ki,-nt,'C, elf  ,   to mi y jmri ol tlie ������ilj-  p*!I>iir!m<*]it ol Mine*!.  Vii.'torin. Ii. i... :ir.l .Iniii*. l'.iOl.  Any Kind of Transferring  . Undertaken  AU (.nl-ri iffl nl R. M. Sinytlic'l Tnl.nr-co  ���������������������������ii.r*.1, <tr l.j ri.Ii.'|,l.oiifNii.V ������illn*i*i.i'.e |,rnm|tt  ki<< riiitm.'  cuit uf  \vliit*li   Anieiiiiiii-   have   inailc  l.ii'Ki* stun;- (if ini*ni*y.    I   liavi*.   in   my  picvinns (���������(iii)iiiiiiiic.il.ion.  pninlrd (ail.  fm-   existi.*iii;t*.   wliitli     in    llu:   liiv\t*r   whv llii! Intlt'r an.* .in  (iftin   mh ct*s*-l'.il  fi-dt'is (if life havu iiiiiinpi'dcd sway.  In th? lmift alriiiJKli* lii'twccn capita  and  lalxa  .-irtiflcial ci cat ion ;i������ w;i^ ruiid.ili.-m.  is invarialily diioinud'* to ultimate  defeat and extiiiition. u Idle lalior a-; a  necessary cunilitinn ot human existence will endure, 1ml if it is lie-tier fur  society, ;md tin one will lu* hold enonuli  in deny that itis better','that thu outcome of the cimtest *.hoiild he the  fjniet and peaciihle introdtictinn of a  bettor era rather than a cataclysm in  which our modern civalivatioti mi^lit  as easily be engulfed and leave even  less trace behind than those of Koine  and Egypt, then it is better that labor  should be organized and trained, by  ''organization to methods of reasonable-  iies-i and moderation before the ine  YitAble day arrives.  (.I.r������. K-i'tiilull, In  Hn-  ll. r.  Il.*vi.*w,   I.nniliin.)        HaTV..  ,   - , ���������*<!DX-J^>;-:^2,������fiSl������!5^  ���������jtiaiiffe as it* mav .sivm.   Ill"  losses  ,   , Government Distribution of Stumping  that have'lei.n incurred   bv   investor**  , *     - ,      r   ,      .   ,       - ��������� Powder,  f loin l bis side of the A Haul ic  were   in  ...       . , it... F.W.Ml-.K*-* i!(.*Irou*. of *,oln*i "*iii;.n(..l *vi:h j   CDlinectKiti with iniiiiMills ,iil(l di-trU't.f j iub-hhk   l*(.M.I,.*r ni r..**i   pr-..*.'.   n.r rlnarnis ;  Ikii'I, can obitiin   blnnk   I'urin** i.f r..*.|iii-iin.n ;  ii'oin tin* 5*(.rr.*iflrici f>l llu* l*",irmcr** lii^uti;t"v ;  3:S'te.,.s,w--y- A rn: ������������������"������������������������"������������������: Jas. I. Woodrow  J,   A .    11 n i i I'i n y,     i-'-i:'-.-,     f'oniox     T'iiriruT-'  in-tfmtr, MiiMi^'icii j  ,1'ilm  Mi-wart.  .^-c'y.  Nn:irtirno-("f-'I������r i'firni- t  whrr������������   I'_.n������.i>hnRMi   f������il,   ;iti*I   I    wrm.rl  Iiltc fm-lhi*r r-mnark Mi.tL  liiili^h    llnl-  oapit;ti   liuin^ :is iiiiirh an j umliia. ;is a fii'lil for Hriti^li miniiiL,' in-  vf.-tinrnt, slar.fls on quite a fhll'rri'iil  footing fiom nl hei1' im port ant. ficliis.  sur-h as Ausiialia and Nt'.v /ralaixt -fi-  cviMi .South Africa. In iIicm* lhi> Kiik-  \\b\i invL'.itur has maUers vv\y imicli  his DWii'wuy, hut in I5rili*-li f'ohnnhia  it is not ho.' There lu: has lo (runpclr  with tho American, who li.ul the important advantage of liring first in the  Province, is always on the spo!. and  who besides is keener commeirially ���������  though le'.-s thrirntigli let hni< aliy���������  tlian the Englishman.    If   we   are   to  J n". tint'-*, M-irk'- t nj^-iiiiK. Nanimao.  II. de .M .Mt-lHir. S.'r-'y, Co^ifJitiii Kurn.^r-'  In**itiit<:, .-imicntiv.  .i.'I. ^mart,, .St'r'y, ^^(.'tf-l^n^iu I'.inni'r^  i n^ii iu to. M������tfli(ivln.  (;��������� K. Knu-Si:f'v Victoria Kurnu-pt' frist I tn to,  CcUr Mill.  K. U'jiIkt. Fi'i-.'y, Niiui'l-i i-'iirincrs IiiH-iLut',*,  (iiinuo Ihirhiir.  K. .\   Umu ii, Sor'y. Dfltn I-'iiniirr^' Iic*titn:������j,  1 lUllKT.  II. I'.osn. Sct'y,   Hiirfy    I"arisi*"*r-'   In-titnt**,  Hurrcy ' ontrc.  A. II. I*. MhtIhiw, Hc������;*y J^oi^Jc} Fiinners*  liif-titaiL*, Lmijri'jy.  A lux. I*__���������*11x j-. Hec'y, ilichmfjiul I-'iinnf.-r-.*  In-titut^, Viinrniivrr.  A. Af. Wri-h'-rc, Sc'v, >ri���������,ion I-'nnnfjrs*  Imtmit", ?li'������iiiii fjity. o  ti. W. t h'i(',*-"y, Sec'y fiiiillii-.arlf I'unn'T-*'  Institi:!*;, ChilliwiLck. '  Win.   (ircHi, -^'ic'y, KcnL rurJiiurs1 Jnslitiitf,  ,1*. M. Wi-liMcr. Sec'y Mnplo Kitl^e rurrncrs'  IiiHlHiitt?, W^'iml'Ti (Joriicrs,  .U,Hn I'.ull, Si-fr'v, MAtKrjni runner.''' Institute, Abboisf'.nl.  A. II. Crk'hr'in, Soc'y Osoynns rftrm-LTs'  In^ttnti". K-i'I'iwjiii.  W P. Ilor*-!"}, Si'c'y, Ppiilliiincliucn l*Kr������nf-rs'  Tiifl tine, Arin-lrfiiiiir.  K.M. Mcfiiiire, Kv-r'y, SilIiiiihi   Arm   KArmcri'  survive in such a struggle for ex 1st en. e   fnHtUute, Snii������on Arm.  .1. K. Sniitli, S������_rt"'y, Knmlrmp-i FiirmerB' Insti-  tnt'_*, Kftniloop^1/  If. I'ere ir Hodcos,, Sec'y, Okfiu������^an Fnriners'  JiiHlitutc, Vernon.  J. ti. ANMHE.SON,  Depaty Minister ol Agriculture,  Depnrlmcnt of Agriculture,  Victoria, is. C, Muy 8,11*01.  BUTCHER  Ably furnished -with the  Choicest. the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  * Large, Light bedrooms.  .  Rates $i a .day-  Monthly Rale. -  +*****-M.+***-*MrttM.*fr*M:-t^  ? *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop.  BEDRAGGLED  SKIRTS  This N"linr<l weather on tho^u beautiful  white skirts: makes them dirty till  aroiiiul thc bottoiu���������^o you'd not want  to wash them yourself.  Wc want them for you, though.  W'o want irr'innko them elenn and  bright nnd iresh. We make all lluun  look fresh und sweet.  FAYETTE BUKER.  H.Q. PARSON  H<*liii! DpiiluT in-  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season....  ive must improve* our mimiinvi: 1  mi t'lods. AV'e must not si'iifl out .rinri  to purchase mining propi-itifs v. h i ure  utterly igiionvnt of miiiinf;. an we hiivc*  Kin^strt-utu  Ml n-vlcrs promptly .11 led.  REYBIfSTOKB, B.G.  HOUSE TO RENT.  l.ixrzf Homo i.**nr   Rnilwny Stntlon.   Apply  I" Harvey, McOarter & Pinkham.  RESIDENCE FOR SALE.  ^{(."tiilence tit jlrs. J. l>. (Jriilinm, Second St.,  Wl������t. A pply to Harvey, MeCarter &c  Pinkham. m-a-tt  WHOLESALE  Wine and  ' Liquor  Merchant  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Rates:   $1.00 pei������day.  Good accommodation.   A g-ood Bar, well supplied with  Choice Wines,   Liquors and-Cigars."..  Free Bus Meets AH Trains.  Brown & Guerin : Props.  ���������I'**f*f*f****.f***+'W**'M'.{.^  fr  .fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ,fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  K. 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t'inn 111 issiiinor ul 1,11 nil- unil XX'xxi I.s | 11
|ii*i iiii*-.inii in cm nml t.uiy iiiiuy
I1111I11T In.111 llu* I'l-lliuviii'-t ili'-crilicil
I.i nils -il 11.it ed 111 thi. I Jig Uciul lhsli ii I
ul I1. is| Iviiui.-iiiiy : (liiii'iiieneing ill 11
|)u-l pla 111 t'd uiitlii' nm I h hank cl I Ik*
("uliiiiihi.t river ni',1 |iui:il I SI I'h.iin.s
west ul llu. mil K-l Iioiii KiiiIi.i-.Ui-i,
I _:iUt> mill 111:11 ..i'ii "'!'- K1lp.1l 111 k'.-
siiul li-vvesl iiiiiit'l"; Illi'lut' i'.'isii.|.|y
along I In* Hurl ll ll.l lik ill llu' t'ol 11111 Inn
1 i\ it '.I'll) i'h,liu-; 1 licit! i* iiuilhcily III
rli.iiiis; thenie wc.slcily .'li) chmns;
llicnec  -uni hei ly III   ih,nn**, Lu |iliu L* ut
Daled I si Al.iy. 101)1.
I AICI'. NO'PKT 11.nt :m ilnviiift'-i-iliup 1 In*
"I *iul   in  uppli   in il.,   t iid-i ('iiiiniii���.uj-.icri.i
l.lllnl-.   Pllil    \',n.*;..   fn,-   |icl]|lis*>if>ll   tn c111 nnd
1111 i*\'.i\\,i.\ lunlici- fiom tin* rolluw'iii^r tlc-crib-
1 il l.iinl-, -iinuiiil in ih,. HI*,- Iiunil hUirlt'I nl
Wi-1   ICd.iicii.iy:    ('iiiiniii iiL-lnr-r .11    u    iio-t,
III.Illl I'll Oil llu* Ml-I I. ,1111. "1 1I10 riiluinlii.i 1*1 ���.(���!'
11. ur the :i nil ill 1 ni ."-n.^ iiiont* i'ici*!-: unil ni.irkit!
'I.'.    I'Iai I iniiii.'-   dim ih (..i-i.  luiiici"; tliciiiA.
wc-lct !y .**i: 1 li.iiit-; ihen.-i* -oiUlii*i*l.\ 101 clinin-:
. tin-in 1   i'ii-*i*il*.   _n ihiili.**  In tlio Ht���t I1.111I. uf
I (In: I'nhiiii!.;,! mer; ilifiici.   norllici ly  aliui*,-
-mil h.Liil. li,, (jiiiiln*. tu tin'poin: of cijiiiiir.iii.i-
li.tl-.J l.ili -M..J-, I'.lll.
T.VICKXOTIC'i'llIi.il, HO duy;; til to
il.'tlc I inl.ciul in i'-pply tn i.lii* (Jltic
Uoiiiiiiissioiior ul' l.iiiKls.'iiiil Wdi'kt*, Inr
liuniii.isidii lu cul, f 1111I (.Mi't-y nwny
uinlit'r'fi'diii Llu; I'nllowiiiK d'oMirihi'tl
iniicl��� siLuiiLcil in Llu* Uifv Uciul 0:k-
l.i'icl. ill" lOn.-.l, ICoulcii.'iy : Coiiiiiii'iiciii^
at 11 pusl, pl.tnti'il 1111 the '-N'niili lliuik
ul'lhe C'uliiinliiii Hivcr nl, l.hc uiiLlcL ul'
Kinh.'i.slcct liiiUc nuil iinu-ki'il "(i. S.
.McC'ti'li'i''*- .soul li-i'iisl, cui'iicr," Llicnec
wculcrly uiiiiil Lhe lunl. nl" llu* Culiini-
liiii I'ivor 1(11 clmins: tlicnci* iniflIi *.!()
(iliniiis; Ihfiici' cnsLi'i'ly Illl I'h.'iiii.*.
in.ii-i* ni'less In thu nuii'triii nl' Kin-
li;isiki*t l.aUf". llicnec I'dllinviiij.; llu*
.shui'c* nl' Kiiiliiiskcl l.nki'Lniiiilinl pobL.
DiiU-il-JUUi April, lilill.
Ci. S. :.lc.'UAIfTKK',
���    NOTICE
TAKK'noTIUI'. M1.1L IK) il.iVMiriui'
dale I i 1111' 1111 tu npplv Lu llu; Uhicl
(*��>mmi*-*!,ti"iin_*L- ol' I.iiiuli. 'inul \Vml.s
Inr pel iin-.siiiii In cul unil curry n*viy
Liuilier rrnin tin* t*<fllf ixv ihu ili't-i'i ilicil
lainls .siin.ncil 111 Lhe Iviti; i'lx'nii Dihliiut
nl !*..i-l KuiiLOii'iy: tjuiimieiii inj^ .it a
pn*-L pl.inleil near I he Wimil livcrliail
ahiinl fl) eliaiiis t'asl ol'Wnoil 1 ivci* ami
111,11 ki'il "Lt\ .1. Ail.iir'.s nun h t-.isl
1 orner ; tlit'iK'C in .1 .-nulli-wc-lcrly
iliici'tinii near Lhe snuih hank ul' Wuoil
river 120 e'nain- mnrc nr h-.-s tn tin:
111011 > h ul Wuoil river; Llit'iiccsuulhoi ly
20 oil,lint*.; llicnec norl li-ea*<lci ly 60
chain-: thenee M'lil l'icrly So chains to
Ihe inn 1 h-wcsl. enruer nl' A. JJiul-
inarkV liiuil: lliciui* e.it.tei*l',* fc() chains;
rhcnie nurlherly U\T> iliain*.*, 10 the
pnml ni'cniiiiiii-iK eniciH.
D.tteil 1-L M.iv. 101)1.
1*". .1. AD^IR.
TAK1' XIVIU'K Hint I, l.ih-urd MetculR.,
inii'iiil to iippl.i .lu tin)*, nfter ituiL" lu tliu (.IniM
Itjiinn. -i.nu-i of J.tni'l-un.l Wo k-for por.- i**-
-.Inn (o 1 uf uiui riirr.v ttuiiy litnljL'r ironi the
liillnnllll; iK-rrllivtl luiuls -.ItuiiU-J In Wu-l
l\oiiiv'iu..\ : I'mnnicni'luu 1111* )io-l plnuti.il 111
tin* nu.1.th of Huliliih I'rttk und iniirku'l
" IMunnl Mi-null*.''- homli v\i;-t Corner";
tliiiiri' norili l'jn I'liuln*.*, Uw-'tici'Mu-i IU clinnis;
llioiicu ->��iitii l.!ii I'luiin-*; tlii.iu.u uii.t *lu
elm I ns tu (lu* pliiL*t..oti*.iii.iiii-ii..i.|iiL.iii.
lliiluil lhis -Jijih duy of April, A. 1)��� 1!WI.
TAKRXOTIOI. tlint HO dnys nfter
il.tle I inlenil In ap]il.v lu the ijliiel
('uiiiniissKiner ul' Lands and Works I'nr
pi*rnii:,.siun in cut antl e.irry aM'ay
liuilier fiiini tin* I'lillnwin^ ilewM-iheil
landh siliiatedin thc Ui", Hen'd Di.s-
ti'ii-t ol' ICa.st. ICnutenny : Uniiiineneiii};
nl. a puM. plnnU'il im tlie iiurLh-oan(.
hank uf ihi* Coluinliiii river aL Llu*
south-east, eouier uf 1"). 1'ciliinson'i*,
.'iliplieatiun and niarkeil ".Murray
Hiune's -soutli-west, corner"; t.henee
iinrlli IK) clinin.s; thenee east, 120 chains
nunc or less tn Bush river; Lhence
Miuth-wesLorly alon>_; the Imnk of Mush
river DO chains moro nr less; Micnci;
wesLorly aluny the noi'Lli hank nl' the
Coluiiiliia river to initial post,
DnLi'rt 2.-1LI1 April, 1001.
TM.'i: Nn'i'K.'i: Iiml l,.lolin p. Kimpp, Intcml
It) upply 111) ill.}*, ituvr il.ili! lu tin* I'liluf l.'oin-
nii ���loiiiir ol J.tinil*. nml Uorl;- ior puriul.-slon
10 cut un.l furry luvuv lir.ih.'r Ironi llu* lollow-
Iiik .Ii'Tillit'tl Ininl- *.ini..|...l In Wi-t Koomnny:
t'.MiiiiiL'iicliii; ul u p.i-l pluniuil ut thu sontii-
���a.-i i-itriier nl I'. It. lVU.;**un'- liiml unil iimrki'il
" .lull 11 li. Kimpp'*. Xiirili*Wi'slr>iim.*r."i iliumu
1101 lh lu ������I111I11-; lliviu-c uii-l K.U i-li ul ns; iliuiicv
south 10 chiilii*; Hii'iiuL* we-t li.u i'luiin*, in ihu
pliui* 01 coitimi'iiei.ment.
Iluti'il lids'.dlh tin) of April, A. P., 1U01.
Kpi'iiNr mui'llnK" nre licl.l in th-*
OilO. fellow's II .ill on ihe Thi nl I'ri*
tlnv in* I'lii'ti month, ut S 1..111 tlinrp.
Visitini; hn'thrtiii eonliallv invited
THOS. ST!ii:��, v\ .il.
W.O. Hll'.NKY. r.if.-Puc-,
A.-H. HOLDICH    '
Uovul Prlionl of Mini*-. r.on*lon.��� Pcvcu  your*
ut 'Morfu   V.'ork-,  Sw-in-cii.     17   yi-nr*.  Chin
lllicinlst   10 WIkiiii Coul nml  Iron (Jo..   i::ig.
l.utc ("hciiii*-l nml A-tuyt-r, Hi-.H Mines, Ltd.
Cluiius examined ami reported 111,011..
Revelstoke, B.C.
TAKI'* In'OTIC!*' Ui.-U, :*0 days ai'tor
cli'.iu'l inteiul 10 aiiply to Llio Chiel'
Conitniiisioiie." of Land�� and Works
for permission tn cul and cairy away
Liuilier i'ruiii the following deuurilieil
lanils situated in Uie. .Big ijeiui l*>i"s-
triftt of Kast Koolen.iy: Gnniiiiuiioinn
at a ])Oisl, planted on the nortli kink of
Lhe Columbia river at Llie oiillel, ol
ICinl.askcl Liiil-.oiiuiluiiivkiiil "A. .rohn-.
son's nnrlh-wesl enrncr"; tlmiiei'sotilh-
easterly alnnj!," .Iho unulh pliui-u of
Kiniia-skcl [.ahe 170 clmins: thence
.south-westerly' -10 chains: theuce
westerly 00 cliaina. theiico sottth-
wi.'i-Lerly -10 clmins; Ihenr-o westerly SO
cl'.aiiis: Ihence nurlherly along E. III.
Allum's liinit SO chains .nioi'U or
le.***.*; to initial p(��l.
Dated 2I.Lh April, 1001.
A. .I01-INSOX.
TAKr. NOTICI*" tlmt "0 dnys after iliiu- 1
Inlenil to npplv lo Ihu I'hii'f UoiiiinlsslniiDr of
I.amis und Woil.siot a llfuu.*.* to cut timber on
lhu lollo'iiii'-' described Innds: (JoniinunuIiiK
ut 1. post on lhe south htiulc or the iloliiiublu
I'.lvi'i", ulioiit one (|iiuri( r of a mile above "sui-
prisf Miipnls" und inurked "l*'.',Mi:Uurty's Inltuil
l'o-i"; thenee riuiuliiK in u iiurth-uesterly
ilirei'tioii nliiin; the bunk 01 the Columbia
lli\vr one and a lialf mile-; thencu sinuh-
westerly onu and onu hnlf uille*-; thenee sontli-
uiisicrly onu mlU.; tlienei: northerly sevuni..'
chains; (Injure eu-terly onu liulf uiiiu: lliem e
non lierly 10 ehalns to thuliiitnil post the place
nl coiiiinenieiiieni, eonialnliiK a 1.U0U uurei.
nifinj or less,
Duluil IlilfiJIli day of April, 1101.
1*'. McOAKTV,
per T. IIohne,
His Agent.
TAKK MOTICI"'Mint 110 days al'lcr
dale I inlend In apply In the Chiel
Cniiiniissinner ol Luiuls and Work:, for
peruiissinn to cut. und curry away
Minlier frum llu* following deserilied
lands sitmiied in llie Sl'xi: Bend District,
ul ICusl Kunleuay : Ciitiiiiiencin^ al, a
post planted on* the nurtli liank ul t he
Columbia river at. t he outlet nf Kin-
haskct Lake uud marked "E. -M.
Allum's iiorlli-ciist, coriici'"; theiice
southerly SO chains ; Ihence westerly
Ii"i chains ; llicnec nort lierly SO chain's
to lhe hank ul' the Columbia river:
thence casieily liking *-.��i<l river lo
inil in) piist.
Dated 20th Apiil, 101)1.
li. M. AMiUJI.
Purlins an- ci,(ili4)iu>i| n^iilu^i uMn^ llif
coJiipiuiyN �� titt'r 101 lun n- unit j,,.u tlviii uitli-
ottL Iti.^l obtiUnhiji, a hn^i' pi nnlt.
II.  M.OYU, hiMTuLurv.
Mny IU!:.  1001.
TxTO^TGE   '
ml. SJ    *.��-K    JL  JL.  %��? *-->^i I
Take untile Hir-l tlilitv days after mlc I
iiilen.i to a-iply to th,* chiuf i:oiiuni-siouur oi
1.un.is and V.r.iks foi pel mission loout and
can y iiHii"* miibcr fiom lhu folloivin^ des-
i'lili.".| lauds Miuaied iu the liu; l'.uinl fhstnet
of hnsi Kooienaj : rum in onniiii; at a ).o*,t
planted on lue *.\e*-l bunk of ihe columliiu
Itlwi at lhe heuil oi Kurpusu i'.upifl.s und
inurked ""sr.sun Itobinson's soiilh-easi corner',;
the111 e south-wi'siurly bu eliiiiiis;llieni.e north-
��e-lurly VJu I'liuiu-; liii'iice noilli-easterly SO
ehnins ' to the v..*s. haul: of the Columbia
UiMirj-lliuiicuioiitli-siiiicrlv aloiii; the wesi
l>iuiktif ihecoliiuibia Jtiver to lhe point of
eoutiiieiiceiiii.il I.
Dated lhe "J7Ui dav of Ap* il, 1501.
SlisAN 110B1XSOX.
T.iKi: Xotici* lluv!.
TAKENOTCCE that 30 days after
ilitle 1 intend to apply tu lhu Chief
Cniiiiiiis.siuner of l.anils ���mil Woiks
I'or jiei mission I o cul and cairy nwny
linilifi* i'roni lhu fcillowiiif; I'e.sciiheil
hinds siltnilei" in lhu Riff Bend Dislticl.
of W'usl Koutcnay: Cnnmiunrin*.. ut. a
posi plained on the. East side of the
Coluinliiii river uliont'JiO chains helou
the mouth nf Canoe river and marked
"W. E. -Mcl-iuiKhlin's nurth-iM'st
corner"; thence southerly along the
hank ol tin* Columliiu river 2."i() chains;
theiici* fast cily -10 chains; tlicnce
noilherly 2.".0 cliuiiis; thencu westerly
���JOchaiu**! to the point of conmienic-
Dated 3rd May. 1001.
10 davs after date I intend
i* or
a nil
.(oupplv to lhe i hicijoiiimisiionei* of J.unds
and Works for permis-don lo cm    '   	
.KDWAl'D A. 1IAGGE:*.",
Mixing Ent.ixkei:, ���   '
-Member Amcrieau liif.milc Mirlns Xiipiiieers
Member Caumliuii Miuini; Inatitute.
r.__v:_ii=To_*:__. jj.c.
Kxainlni'.tiDii ol andVeporN on Mineral  prop*
, i-rile- a s-(.c<uiiiy.
TAKE XOTTCK thai, 110 days ariui* d.itel intend lo apply to the Chief Co.*iiiius-,.oncr of
Lands .uul Nvork*' ior liei mission Io eiil.'aiiii
curry away Unihei* fioni iho tulloiviiii; desui'ib-
un lands silti.Ued in the His JJcnil Uistriol oi
V.'est ICooti.ii.iy: C'uunneiiuiiiK at .i post
pl.irted on thu we-L hank ol (lu; Columbia
n\ci' about liiil ch.tins soul ii ol" lhu niouth of
"Seymour eioek.ipil in.u'ked '-.I.unu*. Anduison's
iioi'i l.-e.ist cornel'": theiit-e \vi*-ii*iiy tu i.h.inis
I hciieu MHitherly I'iD uh.iiu*'; 1 lii-nvo i.isiei ly Si.
uhiun.-. to ihu west bank ot llie (Jniiiinbin mor:
illume northerly alonir said ��e-t bank 1^0
ehiiuis to llie point of commencement.
U.iiedlil'n Mus, l'JOl.
.lAJ.il'*:*! AXDKRSON"
|i!*.!*.:t J'rAli' .
Kl.l?  ''I'*' i'-V'I
].f)V!",i'.!M;'s l.-l.l
.'.ill I
-. ]_:.���. Mut1:-'
Ut."   1!
*t.t:in d.
��� .sT.'_.
'll     :     ?eroi*(
I ,��t
nwny timber ironi the follow in*,' described
binds situated in the cunboo district of lit iiKh
roltunbiu: ciiiiimeiii in}; at u [>ost planted at
the mouth of Boulder eiee!:, on thueust side of
canoe Kner, and marked*' T. MeMahon's
norihwest (orner";^ihenee nortlieusierly fell
rhuliis; theucesoiitheusierlylGi) uhains; theuec
southwesterly bu eiiuiui to the east bank of
canoe riveri'thence northwesterly nlonjj the
bank ot said ri\er lo the .point oi eouiiiienee-
men I.
Dated the 1st dav of May, 1!X11.
>   *      -,._.*-" - '     ��� ']-. McMAnO^.
TAKE KOTICK Unit '.'tl days aflor date I inlend to apply to the Cluel Commissioner of
1-anils and Works ror pennis-ion to cut and
i.u ry .iwny timber from llie lolloivitiir tlcscnb-
cil land- situ'itul in the lli|r iluml lJistrlur of
West Kootenay: Coniiiieiieiiie; at, u po>t
liuinted ou Uiu wesL bank ot the Columbia
ri\erac n point ono and .. li,ill! mile*- south of
tlie southerly limitot Hojd's i.iiieli.'iiid mailed
".lolin Andei'-on's norlh*ea*5t eonier": thenee
westerly feu chain**,; Uieiiee .southerly 120 chains:
thence easlerly Ml chains to Uie west bank ol
llio Columbia mer: thenco northeilv iilom.
i*.iirl bank 1*20 chains to the point of commencement.
Dated Ttli Jtay, 11)01.
.mux AXDrci-sox.
I dl>.-��: i!-'ti i�� tlii   i-Apbolliliil
Take "s'oi icr. that 30 days afier dute I intend
to uppl*. to tlie chief c.iniints*;ioner of Lands
und Works for permission lo cut and carry
uv.ay umber from llie following described
hinds situated in the cariboo District ot llritish
Columbia: commencing nt a post planted on
the nest bunk oi canoe Kiverut the mouth .of
illuciur creek, anil inuiked "Elizabeth .MeMahon's northeast corner"; thenee south
westerly SO ibuins; ihunee semlneasierly Iiiii
chains;'theme northeasterly Su ihitius to the
west bunk oi canoe Kiver; thenee northerly
loliowin*; llie west bank of canoe Rhcr 100
chains to the point ol commencement.
Dated the '."nil day of May, 1901. -
TAKE NOTICE lhat 30 days after
date 1 intend to apply to I lie Ciuul
Commissioner of Lanils and Works
I'm* permission to cut and cairy away
timher from thu following desci iheil
landi situated in tlu? Big I3end District
of West Kootenay; Coinineiicinij; al, ii
posi, planted on the west hunk ol' llu*
Coluuihia river ahoul 20 chains below
llie n.onlh ul Canoe rivet and maiked
".I.E. Johnson's north-east corner";
thence westerly ��0 chains; thence
southeily IW chains; thencu easterly
SU chains to llu> hunk of the Culiunliin
river; thence northerly along said
hank lo point, of comineneeiiient.
Dated old May, 1001.
-.".    .tt. c    t     T-.r
/ '.,    u.  S-. /���_ , l>-
rr.bcr. ico
Vi.-.   IJ..   '������  XJ V*   <-*   I    I      I   V   ,   s. V*   I..   ^ M     ^. ��
TAKE NOTICE that HO day-; after date T intend��� lo--:iiiipl",---to-tlio-Uhiei;-Coii*.iiiisr-'.ciiui"-of
Lauds and Woiks Cor puiinission lo cut and
eai iy away liniher from the iollowhiKdu-ci'ib-
. ti 1 mils stiuatud iu tliu 11'xk J-lond l)i-tnet ol
I'.ist Kooteiuiy:    Coniiuciiciiitf nt a (lost plant-
d on the easl bank of theCuluinbi.Liiver.it
olio head ol riurpn.se Linpids and inurked "Dnn-
il llohinson's north-west corner": liienee
ii:irth*e.i*-'.erly SO eh.mis; tlionce -outh-cu-iteilj
'.2.1 chains; tlicnee soulh-wesieily SO chain-tithe bank of the Columbia mer; thence noi'lli-
wostorly aloiiK the bank of the Columbia met*
l'2!l ( hains to thc point of commencement..
TAK1. XOTICE that 30 ilny after (Into 1
intend to uppl. totlie Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Work*, for permis-ion to c.it and
cari\ awav timber from the following de*,-
cribe'd lands siiuuted in the cariboo District
of ISrili.sh coliinibui: commencing at u post
i.luntod ou the east bunk of Canoe itiver, at a
point li.O chin ns nortli of the mouth nf lloulder
Creel.- and marked " James MeMahon's nortli-
wcst.corner '; ilieneeeasiurl\ SO chains; then-e
sotithprh- .AU chains; thenee westerly b" chains
more ..r lets to tlie east bank of Cauou Kiver;
thence nortlierli-uloiig the east bank of Cu����e
Kiver to the poiiit of commencement.
Dated the Una day of May, 1901.
TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after
date I int-sitd to apply to thu Chiel
Commissioner of Lands und Works
for permission to cut and carryaway
timher from the following descrihed
land**, situated iu the Bi(_r Bend District
of West Koot-enay: ConimeticiiiK at a
post planted on the west side of the
Columbia river aliout 120 chain** helow
tlie month of Canoe river.and markinl
"F. XV. AlcGrenor's north-eust coiner":
thencu southerly along the west hank
of said river 25(J chains; thenee westerly
���10 chains; thence northerly 250 chains;
ihence easterly 40 chains to the point
of commencement.
Dal ed 3rd May. 1001.
f. xv. McGregor.
TAICK N'OTICK that HO days alter
dale I inlend Lo apply tn the' Chief
Cnniniissinni".' nf Lands and Works fur
jierini-ision to cut. and carry away
liniher I'roni the I'ollowiiijj; descriheil
lands siliialeil in thc IJif-f Ilcnd Dis-
li*icl, of Hast Kooionivy: Coiiiiiicncini.;
ala, ])(ih,. pliuiLi'd un llie soul.li hank ul
the Cnliunhia river alioul \\ miles he-
low Surprise Rapids al lhe niuulh of a
creek and marked "C. !''. I.indmark's
noi'th-wcsl coiner''; lliciici* easterly
along tlu: hank of llio Coluinliiii river
125 chains; thenco south-westerly .SO
chains; Ihcnce. v.-esleriy 1"_."�� eliains;
Ihence northerly SO chains lo initial
Dated 20th April, 11:01.
C. 1-'. l.l.N'D.MAltlC.
TAKU NOTICK that 30 days after
(lute I intend lu apply tu the Chief
Cnnnnis.siniier nf Lniils and Works I'or
permission to cul. and carry away
liniher Ironi tliu following ilescrihcd
lands sitiin.ted in the Hi.u; Mend District nf I'"asL*K<ioleiiay: Cninincncintr
ul a posi, planted on lhe south hank of
lhe Columbia river about I miles west
of Cummins Creek al tlie lnnulh of a
large ("reek and marked **1C. C. Me-
Cai'ler's norlh-easl corner'': thence
soul lierly 10 chains; Ihence westerly
2">0 ehnins: ihoiiei. noi'!.herly 10 chains
to the hank of llio Columbia river;
thence easilerly along s*.ti<l bank :..*i()
chainsto point, of connnoncenienl,.
Dated lst^ray, liXll.
TAKE NOTiCIS lhat IIO days after
date I inlend to ii]i]il.v to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works I'or
permission to cut, and carry away
limber from lhu following described
lands situated in Iho Big Bend District of l'"asl Kootenay: Commencing
at a post plain ed on the nortli bank ol
the Columbia river 300 chains west, of
thi* mouth of Cummins Creek aiul
marked "A. M. Pinkhain's south-east,
corner"; theuce nuilhevly *i0 chains:
thence westerly 2150 chains;-thence
southerly -10 uli._.ns lo the hank of the
Columbia river: Ihence along said
bam*. 250 chains to point o! uoniiuenua-
Dated 2nd May, 1001.
The following  applications   have
received for Liquor Licences:
Swan   Anderson    Retail    Licence
Edward II'iiTinglon Retail Licence
J. J. l'oley Retail Licence Arrowlici-d.
E. J. Kerr Retail Licence Arrowhead.
John Cameron Retail Licence Comaplix.
J. A. McGee Retail   Licence   Con-.aphx.
Issue IJute Nock Retail Licence Thomson's Landing".
T. J. Grahame Retail - Licence Thomson's Landing".
John Hector Retail Licence   Nakusp
J. D. Bourne Retail Licence Nakusp.
Thos. Abriol Retail Licence   Nakusp.
And further take notice that the regular
meeting of the Board of Licence Commissioners will he held in McLennans
Hotel, Trout Lake City, on June 15th,
1901, at 1.30 p. in. * * .
R. A. Upper.
'    : Chief Inspector.
TAKE NOTICE thut 30 days nfti-v
dale I intend to apply to tlie Chief
J Commissioner of Lands and Works
tor permission to cut and curry away
liniher from the following described
lands situated in the Big Bend District
uf East Kootenay: Commencing ut a
post at the north-eu'st corner of A.
Lindinurk's limit and marked* *"T.
Home's south-west corner"; thence
easterly 02 chains; thenee northerly
100chains; thence westerly 02 chains;
thence southerly 100 chains to the
point* of commencement.
Daled Oth Mav, 1001.
Hated the 2llli day of Apiil, liMl.
To ��)1 lhe U-rigcsof llie I.O. C. F.
"    throughout the werli.���
You nre hcrebv frnterunJly requested lo
unite witli ihe vi.si anny 01 Odd I* el'.oil*- in
intili'nc "Odd Fellows' l)n>s" at llie 1'iin-
Aiiierli-un Exposition memorable in the annuls
of our beloved orclir. and 10 lhat end we
extend 10 lhe nieniber-i of your lodge a cordial
invitation t" he piesent on this nccm-ion.
On .Mini; aVJi we anlielpate the plea.siirr of
���nieelinu and ���.reelin.; r.rnnil Sin* Cable. Il'(
l.rund Mnslcr and Ur-tnd ���, 111 ten. of ench Oram:
I.oilce .luri.-diciion lliort.ii|.*iioiu lhe world, i.*-
well us iniiiii i.f the lnembcrs 01 jour loiliie.
In order lliat every Om! l'ellnw and Kebi knb
nuiv he iiiforiiied of lhe pooi. iiueiuions of ti .
Binfalo Odd* Fellows, uc rwinii-lliilly'ruiim'si
*. ou to hn\e this card ami lhe enclosed lei:, r
printed in \011r diuiy nud weekly ucn-papei**.
OI   I.O. F.l'AN'-A.MEltlCAX  COMMlTn-.E.
Toallhcl.cd pi" (.f llie I. O-   t.O. F
Tlironphout thev.orld���
The ran-Americini l-.xroiition will bo held
in lhe Oilv ot Hnffalo, X. Y��� V. S, A., fiom
Mav 1st to Nov. 1st, l'.lol.
Tlie   Oddfellows    of    .'.uffalo,   dpsirlnp    to
���e.\eir..difv tho teachings of our grand order���
thnt   of "extciidinu  an  liouoriiiili*  reception,
.fraternal grectinc and fenerous liospitalits lo
���our biethern  irom ' strange cities and distant
.states"���have   opened    an  Oddfellows' llead-
���qnaricr* IU218 hllicol fcquiire, Jluffnlo, wheie
boukR of registry will be  kept,  and "eoiiipctcnt
urticF I'nnstHiitly in cliarce to  giio ( irce of
��� cost)  reliable information to the vlsitlnir Oddfellow, his'familv and  friend.*,, sojouruini: 111
-our citv, and where ono may be directed to
���clean   and   respectable    hotel*',   boarding  or
.private house*!.
Visitors are nt libcrtv to have telegrams and
in nil aiklrebscil to them in. care of said head-
A reliable guide, with maps of the city ami
.���-xpositien Urotinds, will be on sale for the
���conieiiieiu'c of visiting bretliren.
Vour members viMiing Jluffnlo during the
Exposition ure enrdiallv invited to cnll at
,1. O. O. F. Headquarters thai we may lime the
T.lenstire of meeting uiu! greeting Jim, ami aiding you as much as �� ure able along the lines
'lhe Secretary of your Lodge is ri'quesleil to
���read this eoniiiiuniention nl s,*veral meetings
that nil of your members may become familiar
with the good intentions of your brethren in
11 will be an advantage for each brother aiul
sister to present 1111 ofllelal receipt or other
nueausof identllication,
Hoping we may have the of meeting many
���of the  members  of  your   Lodge  during*, the
<.n,ing summer, wc remain.
Yours In Y. I,, and T.
TA1CK N'OTICK thnt Milnjs after dale I intend lo apply to lhe l.luef l'iiinuii���.l,>n*.i'of
I-ands and U'oiks for perini���.-on to ei'.l.ind
1111 ry away tiinber 110111 llu* folltiw-iii|*;ili*-*.:il>-
nl lands -Uuiilcd in llie Ulir Hcnd liisirutot
Wist iCooteiiaj : ' t.'oiiiineneiiu. .u 11 po-l
planted on iho i*��s| liiu.k of the Coiunihi.i hut
at 11 pom! Kill chains soulh ol Ihu snulhri l.\
limit, (if the lands belonging to the I'ilishut*-;
.���j*, ndtiuli' und in.uUeil " sjamuel .Mc-\Iahou'-
south-w est corner": ihence cistrrly fad cl.nii.s :
1 hi me noil lierly llio 1 haul-: then. ���_��� west, r!y i-r.
chains to tiie cast hank ofthe Coltiinl. in liver;
Ihence .soulhei ly uloinr lhe easL haul: o^ lhe
t.nluiubi.L river IUO chains to llie plat e of 10111-
Dated liih May. ID'11.
a.Miur.i. AreMAiiox.
TIKE NOTICE that P.0 days lifter date I
intend to apply to the Chief Comitns-doncr of
lands ami Works for permission to cut and
carrv away timber fiom the following described lands situated in thu cnriboo llistriei
01 Jirilish Columbia: eomnicnelug at n poit
plnutedon Lhe U'est bunk of Canoe T.iiei ill a
point about 'JIM feet north of Ulaeler Cieek.
and marked-" O. Knapi.'-* southeast corner;"
thence wesi SO chain**; thencu northerly IHU
chains; ihence easterly Si) chains more or less
to the bank o: Canoe Itiver; thenee following
thu wesu-ri.*. bank of Canoe Kiver to the point
of commencement,
hilled lhe ".hid iiu\ of May. 1901.
Steam Boiler Inspectors' Examination.
Take notice thntOO davs after date I Intend
to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for puiinission to cut and cm rv
nwny timber from the following describe!)
Innds situated Iu tlie Hig Uend District of
East Kootenay: commencing, nt 11 post
planted on the north hank of the Columbia
river ut a point 1SI chains wist of the outlet
from flnbuskct lake and inurked ' C. II.
Hume's south-east corner" ; thence uortliorlv
(.0chains ; ihence westerly 11,1 chains ; 1 hence
southerly CD chains to thu bunk of the Coluinliiii riier ; liienee easterly along snid bank to
���..ointof commencement*.
Hated 1st of Mav, 1901,
0. II. HUME.
APPLICATION* for cxnmlniition of Steam
Boiler Inspectors will be received by the Ciuul
Inspector of bleum Hollers, New Westminster,
11. C, up to .tune 10th, liiul: Applicants must
be between ihe age of 2*1 and oil years, iliuv
must have had *iu least live \ears practical
workshop experience as niacin niMs or boiler
makers, and must also ha*.c a tlioiough
understanding of steam engineering.
Forms of particulars may bu obtained, on
request of unending applicant", from the
Chief Inspector of Steam lloileis, New Westminster, B.C.. and must be properly lilled in
and returned to linn on or before the above
mentioned dale.
'lhe candidates selected for examination
'Jhesnlary will he "*100 per month.
Chief Commissioner of Lands il: Works,
, Lauds ,\: Works Department
Victoria, 11. C, *>*>iul May, 1901.
Illusions of the Rail That Try
the Nerves on Locomotives.
New Viii-U. Wun ��� I wunili'i- xvhuL wns
llu* Iiest instantaneous sensation of
thut (Jun.uliun engineer who run
tlnwii .Ininlio iu thu to}*:. Prnliulily
nu I'n^ini'i'i' ever hud u suunp-cr shoch;
hut sliucUs sLi-.nijjfii mill otherwise, uiu
tlu* iHjitiun nl' every iiiuii who aluiuls
nt 11 liiiiiuiiilive thi'iHtk*. Ue niust gel
useilto ihem the Iiest he cun���ur Unil
sunn, net uiiuliun with less neivous
strain tu it. .Must ut ihem in the htisi-
iioss gel hiirilcnjul to the unexpectecl,
which is ulwuvs h,'i|)]ii!!iing oil thu
One oi'the worst st.uls 1 ever Inul
w'us ilue to 11 lur<;u lusty pin who Inul
Kotiin my iniiul. Nnlhini; will slidu .1
truiii mine ensily unil ilestructively
I'l'iuii the i-mIs thun live pork. This
p.'trticulur specimen h.ul 11 liuhiL ol'
luu I'owinp* nluiiKsule the truck, unil il
was a fiiii* presumption thun sooner cir
Inter he woulil Iiml somcthiii}; to interest him tutween the r.tils, und somi-
hotly would go down the hunk.
I wus coming down u hill one duy ut
lii^'h speed, and crunitijj my neck for
u coinl'oi tinjt _,i(;|a of pigi?y in his
ucciistomeil pluce"', when, us I popped
round the uirve, 11 liright red llafj
ussnulteil my unxioiis (jnae. The connection liei ween thut, Hsij.; unil the pig
was only ,1 bit of nienlul uberution, on
my purl, hut it wus very vivid.
I shut oil' unil grabbed the whistle
coid, hut hetore I could even screech
for hr.ikes, 1 suw thut the flag w.i.s
only u red llunnel shirt, which the
Rood wjui.m uf the shiinty to which
llie pig in-longed Iiml hunji; on nn im-
piovised clothes-line between the
telegi.iph poles. Tlmt may not sound
like much ol a scure, hut, it represents
a type lliat turns the railwayman's
h.iir to .1 ileliculi.' ash color.
II lilroud men huve supleinented the
rules* with additions of their own, for
the suke of conveiiieuce and to expedite lhe work. When u inim is sent
out to ling he ��ets instructions. Put-
Imps he is told to let 1nil regular trains
pass, hut to hold everything else; then
he utideistands that his conductor will
have his tiain in the siding when those
tiains arrive. ,   ���
A freight train hud occasion to cross
to the other track but, there wasn't
time to cross uheud of the limited. A
iniin wns sent uheud wilh orders to
let the limited goby and 'hold everything else until he should be called in.
I w,is fireman on the limited thai
night, and the place I write of was in
ihe middle of a twenty-mile run,
where the engineer had made a practice of catching up any little time
previously lost.
1 heuid a sudden exclamation as
George, my eng'uieer. shut off and
snapped on the air. I stepped to the
gangway uud caught a glimpse of u
tullow waving a red light Irantically
as we Hew by. In another instant we
rounded the curve, unci there was 11
headlight right in our face und eyes.
George "horsed 'er over," and I
thought he would surely pull the sund
liiver out by the roots, but in upite of
all that headlight e.ime up on us like a
comet. Of course we thought the
other fellow wus crossed over on our
track, or he wouldn't havu flagged; it
didn't make any dilferenc. thut he
hud no right to be there; there he
was, George yelled for me to "get
oil:." hut u single glance at the ground
-siitislied me with my chunces where I
was.     _ _      _'    _  .
TAKE NOTIO!'. that,.!*) iU>s after dale lin-
tund 10 upjib Ui the Chief Comiuis.-inncr of
Lands anil Works for pet Mission Io cut ami
curry awav timber fioni the following de-cr.b-
id hinds situated in. tlie His'lend Di-tint. nf
Wcst, ICoolen.i. : Commencing at" a post
pl.inlcd on the east bank ot theColuinbi.i n\or
���it, a poinl, lfS0i.Ii.iiii-> soutli of the sr.uiherly
linut of the hind- hcIongiiiK to the I'itt-burg
Sj ndie.ite and marked "" 1 loin iethi MuM.ihon s
north-wisleiiincr": tlienei. oa*-lei-Iy Su iliauis*
thence soutli IBM chains; tlicnce *,\-*stci!y yj
chains to the east, bank of the Columbia riier:
thence north along 1 lie east ii.mkof the Columbia river UK) chains to the point of commencement.
Duted tlie Cth day of "Mav. 1001.
tlK.VIUKl'TA -McM-VI-OX. "
T.NKi: XOTICi: thut no flnys after ditto 1
intL*:i<t io niii��lv mihu Chief Ct^ninisitonrr of
I-hikK ami \\.*>rfc*i tor po^lnW^i^n to cut nml
���Hrry n\wi\ timl-or from the fnliuv\in;r <luv
rrilK'il liin��!--IiuHU*(1 in Tno i;li: J'-umf DNtrict
vi Wvm Koiitcniiy: ciiiium-npinK nt h \m^\
l>i:ittiL*i| un Hit hank of th,: C'liituiblii IHvur,
b-oiwti.'M iho inrnttti m 'Ano'l KIvct nnd the
inmiih (tf ('twin.- *r'iw'r nntl markt'd U.S.Wil-
-on':**. northutL-it corn or;'* th-jiifit .south 100
chain-; thcm-L* west So chain**, inorc <ir lc-s to
tiie (.""Insnhin Ki\cr; thi-nc*? nortliorly, follow-
lipj thc ri\cr bunk, to tht: point of comnience-
Dated this COth dnv of April, 1S01.
K. fc. WILSON*.
TAKE XOTK'K that 30 day* nftor dntc I
intend tn apply to the Chief Coinmiv-imier oi
Lands nnd Wti'rk- for ]>er:m**,-ion to cut and
crt-ry !iw nj timber from the follow um described inn.'l-- xitiifted in tlie liig Uend iJiMrict
of Unsi Kooteniij : commencing ut u post
planted on the Uiiik of thc Columbia Ki\er,
Ivjtween the month of Wood'Kiver and the
mouihof Canoe River, nnd marked " hnnnic
Ilow-on''- northwest corner;'* thc.n<otolith Mi
chains; thence e����*t 1*"*0 chains; thence; nortli
nlon-^ the bunk of the Columbia Hi ver and westerly along 5flid bunk to the i>oint of commencement.
Dated the COth day of Aprii, 1901.
Take Xatiee tlint TO days filler dale 1 Intend
to apply to thet:h!cf CNuiiuiissiouer of Lund*,
unit Worki for liurmlsslun to cut and eiirrv
awav timber friuii the follow in** ilesrrllicil
liuufs S. nm toil in lhe Dig Ileiul Di-.lrli*t of
Ki'-st Kooteniiy :' eoini'ieneiu*; at a post
planted on lhe north hank of the Columbia
ii\er ::'.HI ehnins west of lhe mouth of Cummins
creek and marked "11 A. Lawson's soulh-
east corner" j thenee easterly nloiinrlhe bank
of llie Columbia river 'iill chain-,; thenee
northerl*. 40 chains; thenee nesterli -jr>ti
chains; thenee soutlierly *1U chain*: to point of
Jliued lit of May, 1901.
1*. A. 1.VWS0X.
Piiijiorty ucir Uu* C/'oui'l, luiusu. Cost
over ���ji'i.OUO, I'm' stilts nl $1000. Ji'or
terms .'iiul piifticiiliirs utijilv to A.
JOIINSOX, Ui'fiilil Ollice.
ONSKCOND STH HUT���a lini*K.*iin
nuil on ensv terms ol' iniviuuiit. Anplv
to .1. D. SI DBA !.!->, Reu'l   listnte A'A.
TAICIC NOTJl'K that SI day- afterdate I intend lo nmilv lo the Chief Coinnii���ioner of
Ijit.(]s and Vv'nik' for lu'iiiii���ion to ont and
can y aw aj timber from the follow ing dei-crib-
eil hinilv -situaled in the l'.ip: Ileml iiistnet of
West Kootenav: (.'oiiiniciicini; at a nost
planted on the iii*-t bank ijt the I'oluinhi.i ri\rr
ut a pulnt :r_1) -_*haln- i-oulh of the soutlierl>
limltof llio lands hfinnciiiK t" the I'ltttlmnr
sjndiiMlij ,nnd maiked "I). Mcliilos|i*s iiorth-
���m'Mt i-iirnor: tlienei* eastmlj N) t-iiaiu-: theuce
miulli'liin chains: ilieni'i* west, rl> Ml rii.iins m
the ea-st hank nf the Coliiuilu i river: tln'.'ice
north aloiiK tho en��t bunk of the CoUiinlna
river llVi chains to the point of coiiitiiiiieeinent.
Dated Cth Jlny. 1301.
TAKE NOTICE that 30 day* Rfter date I
intend *o apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Work- for permission to i ut and
lurry Rwar timber from lhe following described lands situated in the Hig Bend district
of We-t Kootenai*: crtiiinencin** at a post
planted about luu jards southwest of thc
mouth of Canoe Itiver and marked " K. How-
son'-i ������ouihcast corner;" thence north 120
chain*:; thenecwest 120 chains; thence south
!_M chain* to the Columbia River; thence
easterly alone thc bank of the Columbia river
1.B ehaln-unore or less to the place of beginning.
rated this 30th day of April, 1901 ''
R. HOWSO*-".
Take .Notice thnt 30 days nfter date I intend
to apply to the chief commissioner of LantU
and works for permission to cut and curry
away tiinber from the following described
lanrib situated in the BIk Uend Distiiet of
Kast Kootenay: commencing at a post
planted on the north bank of the Columbia
river about two miles eas.L ofthe mouth of
Wood ri\cr avid ' marked *��� A. I indmarkN
���������outh-Mest corner"; thenee northerly T20
chains; thence easterly 84 ehnins; thence
-southerly V2D chains more or los to the bank
of the Columbia river ; thenee westerly along
said river to point of commencement.
Dated 1st of May, 19U1.
Take notice that no days afterdate T intend
to apply to the chief commissioner of Lands
and Works for permission to cut and carry
awav timber from the following described
lamlM situated iu the Bi|�� Hei'd District of
Kast Kootenay: commencing at a post
planted on the north bank of the Columbia
Itiver about two miles cast of the mouth ol
Wood Kiver and marked '��� T. Ilownle's northwest corner"; thence easterly along the Columbia river 120 chains to a point 20 chains
cast of the mouth of a large creek on the
soulh side of said river ; thence t>outhcrly80
chains ; thence westerly 80 chains ; tbence
northerly 10 chains; thence westerly 40
chains; thence northerly to thc point of commencement.
Daled 1st of May. 1901. \
Seif   Home   Treatment   for   Ladies.
I will send free with full instructions ��*omc
of this simple prcimratnni for tlie euro ��>f
S-uncorrhteu, Ulceration, Displ.ioemcutunil all
Female trouble^ to oil ladles sending nddre*-'-
io MHP. ��'.0. U;H, Iiraneh Maunder, near
Ka��-t Kuilway Signal, Uuvelaloke htanon.
May 11���"m
/ga <?���? "^
A COURT OF UEVI-sIOX ond appeal under
the "Assessment Act, 1SS8", nnd Amendments,
wiU'beheld at the Court house, KocMokc,
on Thursday, the 2(lth day of June, 1001, at tlie
hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon
Judge of the Court of Revision and Appeal.
Revelstoke June 1st, I9ul.
A liioiiiciM Inter we rcillud .-past the '.
fiigiuu- mid hn thu ii'iiin���which wiis
on its on ii ti-ntk. The ifui>.lit funilui:-
toi'cliiiilmil up on our (.limine und :i*-k-
Gooigi* if thattilittned fool hud HagRed
���him." (Jeoige sttiiiimeicd^ind *_tiitti:r-
t'rt with nui'voiisnuss hefot-e he found
his loiiR-u*, but when he did that con-
tl'icloi* huai'd soniiithiiiR that was well
worth listening to. Such a* salvo of
vorhiil pyrotechnics���Geoi'Re cxpiessed
hiin.self about the condticloi*, and he
about the (Lignum��� one hears but once
in a lifetime.    .
A newly located watchman's
shanty���looking exactly like the end
or a box'car���set my scalp to tingling
one night. Theie hud never been anything there* but the river before, and
when Ihe headlight glared nn lhat
verv substantial structure, 1 was sure
my cull had nriivi-d.
Another time a tool boic in a tunnel,
partly coveted with nverclothes ami a
coil of rope, started me for lhe step,
under the impression that it w.is a
rock fallen from tht; itiof. But. these
are mere harmless scares which help
lo keep one awake. The engine gets
by ihem before you get oil and you aie
back in your seat ng.iin breathing
anathema against the thoughtless idiot
who was the cause of it all. Then there
an* the other kind.
1 was poking up a long hillone night|
when a ied light suddenly showed up.
followed at once by another, indicating
that the caboose of the preceding train
was just ahead, and I was coming up
to it with astonishing rapidity. I
yelled to niy lireman to jump and we
had barely landed in the ditch when
six cars and the caboose of the train
ahead climbed all over our engine. The
train had broken in two and lhis was
the rear section that had trundled
down the hill on top of us.
Frequently I have been asked if railroad men are superstitious, j think
not. though they might be pardoned if
they were. '
One night, after the meeting, Fred.
Jones asked, with f inly well iissiimi'd
indilfcreni't* if ".my n' you fclli-is" lunl
seen a mysterious tl.igiiiuii at night
near the old stone house, ihi, side of
Ollendoif's Fill. Two m ihn-e of iho
men looked mound ipiiik and .-harp,
as though lhe question ieiniiiili'd tlieni
of something, but nobody admitted he
"Darn funny." said Fred, puffing at
his cigar liku a "iuog"on u gi.ide, "I've
seen 'im twice, 'a dunged il 1 t'u make
it out."
ln lespouse to c.ui-fnl pumping,
Jones told tne that on two occasions,
on thu night trip, a fellow had sprung
out fi nm behind the luiiisoflhu old
stone house anil flagged him ���not wilh
a lump, although il. wns night time,
but with a Hag. He stopped both
limes, but no mau w.is lo be found, not*
was ihureuny occasion for flagging.
'On the second occasion his conductor
hinted wilh _-a.lro.iil Ir.mkiiess that
Jones was dopy, so Junes said he would
disregatd thu tcllow's signal if hu ever
saw him nKain. As to details hu re-
lue'iiibeted only Unit both nights were,
brilliantly moonlit and lhat a good
bieeze was blowing.
About two months lntur, along iu
the fall, afier a heavy rain, Jones ran
inlo a bad iock-.-iliilu a i.iinrterof a
mile beyond the old stone house. His
lireman was killed, but he escaped with
a sprained ankle. He came hobbling
up to me a day or two 1 tier, as I was
oiling loiind. and said :
"Wai, 1 done it."
"Done whiii?"
"Hun by lhat stone house llagman t
was lelliii' ye about: wonder it they'll
think I'm dopy now?"
He went on lo lei! me lhat the same
fellow flagged him ihu nightoflhe
.icciduiiL ; but, with his good name iu
mind, he dropped her down a notch,
breathed defiance at the spook
through his teeth and went through
thu cut lail on end. only lo pile up on
the side a moment later.
One nighl, a long time after that. I
was killing lime on a clearance. The
moon was about full, pretty well down
in the west, and theiu was a stilt"
breeze fiom lhe same quarter. I remembered Jones' flagman and decided
he would never hai e a beltci chance
to pet caught. I shut off and let her
roll on approaching ihe.'tone house.
Waving shadows on lht track, cast
by tiees and bushes on lhe bank above,
suggested a possible solution of the
mystery. I kept my eyes fastened
leligiously on the spot Jones had
described and ptesenlly saw theie was
something there. Gradually ihe thing
took form, until, when within a tiain
length. I could have sworn th-tta man .
was in front of me waving a flag.
I* put on brakes, slowed right down,
aud gave an answeiing lout toot, but/*
he paid no attention. Then I crawled
out on lhe run board and looked at the
moon, which was just visibly abuvu
the bank at my light. As the moon,
myself and the mail came inlo line, hu
became blurred ikntl indistinct, and I
observed lhat. a small pine tiee oti.lhe
bank wns also coming inlo line with
us. When the line was complete the
flagman spread out and lost form.
Next tinie I saw Joins I told hint
ubout it, and he exclaimed.
.'���Well, I'll be darned I"
On his next day oif Jones deadheaded to the station near ihe stone
house and tramped four miles with .an
axe. The spook flagman never bothet-
ed him nor any one else iheie.ifter.
A ludicrous case of misplaced confidence in the evidence of his own eyes
was that of Pete SchnfeUlt, a crabbed,
contrary, Lehigh Valley Dutchman.
Pete had enjoyed a ten days' involuntary vacation through being *'outlieil"
by his conductoi and crew in regaid to
an open switch, and hu hungered and
thirsted for tevenge.
Coming east shortly afterward in a
dense fog and catrying while flags,
lhey crossed over at a watei-plug .'ind.
left some cars on a siding. They
backed on to the train agiin, and
while the fireman took water, Pete got
down to oil._ He found a wai in wedge_
on the front driving "box on his side,'
and pulled it down a hi!. While he
was under her, the conductor passed
and told him to call the flag when he
was ready.
Pete got his tallow-pot, gave the.
wedge a good dose of cylinder oil put
the pot on the run-boas d. finished
oiling and climbed into the cab. He
was in the very act of reaching for the
whistle cord to call lhe H.ig when he
saw what looked like the target of an
"open switch tiRht ahead ot the engine.
It was really lhu st nil' of the while Hag,
helped out by the tallow-pot, which
he Inul forgotten and left on the run
board. Bul lhe heivy fog. aided ancl
abetted by the simmer of thc safety
valve, nnd escaping steam from the
cylinder cocks, obscuied his virion
and distorted his peispeclive.
Here was a chance lb gut square
'with that conductor. A local wns
following them pietty close, and a few-
minutes' delay would "lay her out'"
| aud necessitate 'in explanation from
j the conductor as to bow he camo to
leave that switch open. Pete sat
down comfortably in his cab and
awaited developments.
When the conductor came up fun.-,
ing, Pete told him with fine sarcasm
that if he was in a hurry he had better
close lhat Rate in front of the engine.
During the intei change of courtesies
which followed this shot, lhe fireman
noted the .absence of the tallow pot,
and asked Pete il" he had had it. The
conductor referied in a -scornful manner to Pute's cranial density, and told
him he couldn't see the switch from,'
theie anyhow."
"Ish dot sol-"' roared Pete, foaniinff
with righteous indigation. "Better
you get your eyes fixed. Vat you call
dat. hey?" and he pointed triumphantly ahead, just as the fireman reached
up and lifted the lallow-pol down from
the run-board.
Of course, the supposed open switch
target disappeared, and Pele has been
trying to explain ever since.
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-Be sure to take Good  Wine��� T
j, The best is called i
i and kept at the
T Canada Drue & Book Company,
t *H"W*+*H~H**H* H-H-HI-H-H
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Come, and sue  our Beautiful display of
hite   Go��
Fancv 'White .Muslins," All-Over l.uces. Vnloncinin, lite. Swiss and
Dainty .Muslins. A most beautiful display of Ih'oso Fiishionablu
Goods'iu various colors at 15c, 17c, 20c, 'loc, and 5Uu.
McGhegok���On Sundiiy. JiineO, lo Miami Mrs. Alex, McGregor a daughter.
WiiJMix.���On June 11th at Revelstoku'
to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Wilson of
Roger's Pass, a son.
Notes of News.
��� Dr, Burgess, Dentist, Brown BII;.
���Ice for sale.���Apply A.   N. Smith
���Ice Cream Sodas everyday at Bews.
Cook AVaxtkd���First class white
conk wanted nt, once. Apply to this
I. V. Kilson and Mrs. Edson of Nelson are on a vii-.it to friends in town,
H. Bolster has been n-olected
secretary and manager of the Spokane
Mrs. B. C'oddard. left 'yesterday
morning on a visit to her sister.-it
Inspector Gill of the Custom department, Victoria. was in town
on Monday.
Chas. E. Reid is retiring trom the
druggist business in Kaslj owing to
ill health.
The Revelstoke Juniors will go up
in Golden to play the Victorias on
Dominion Day.
A meeting of the football dull will be
held on Thursday evening at S o'clock
in ihe bund room.
Choir practice night in St. Peter's
church has been altered from Wednesday to'friday atS'oclock,
Edward Whymper, the celebrated
Alpine climber has arrived at Banff
with a party of Swiss guides.
A. O. Wheeler, D. L. S., of llie Dept.
of the Interior, Calgary and E. .A
Wilgres are registered at the Revel*;
A large' number of people in Revelstoke intend to avail themselves ofthe
nine dollar rate to Vancouver and back
on July 12th.
TheCalgaiy Herald says that W, M.
Dodd, architect of, that place, has
drawn plans forthree Kevelstoke stores
to cost 815,000...
The Busy Bees, the new children's
society of the Methodist church, will
hold a social on the parsonage lawn
from 3 to 0 p. iu. on Saturday.
E. I.. Kinnman is busy working on
the Telephone line between Ferguson
and Arrowhead and expects before
long to have, it in first-class shape.
The sergeants of the Duke nf Con-
naught's rifles at Vancouver have
presented Color Sergeant Moscrop,
late of the R. C. R.. wilh a handsome
Graham Skene, of Strathcona's
Horse, arrived in town on Saturday
night, having spent a few months in
England on his way home from South
There was no gun club shoot on
Saturday as^lhe clnbran out of birds,
but a fresh supply has now arrived and
the weekly practice will be resumed on
Saturday next.
Booth has   opened   up  a   fruit
conlectiofiery ulore aniFic'e cream
work on
parloi in the premises nn  Second St.
recently    occupied    by   II.   Edwards,
Tbe pi ovincial and city police inspected the Chinese gardens round
town yesterday and report tint lhey
vertainly cannot advise cnnsumcis lo
purchase, from them.
. Jas. McGregoi has been assigned the
district of West Kimtenay. except the
Goat River Mining Division nnd thu
Grand Forks and Kettle River mining divisions in Vale, as inspector of i
iiieialliferotis mines. j
1). Wolsley r'aiiii: b.-u k l.i-t nighl. |
from Cam born v. He. couth ms thu I
reports of the very su list act ory and"|
sjbs'.unliul character of l he strikes or|
free milling ore for  which   that   poii.t]
has now become famous. ;
The letlers of .1 In- cily solicitor to
property oivneis rei|iiiring Ihem In
clear up vacant lots are. begimiii g lo
bear fruit and inquiries are being in-iile
tiy ab-entee owners as lo the nul and
}>est methods of going to work.
Owing to au outbreak of smallpox in
the north of Vancouver Island Dr.
Vagan the provincial health ollicer,
is unable to comply with the request
.of tbe city council to pay Revel.-toke
a visit in conned ion wilh lhe recent
epidemic. i
There was a meeting of the hoard of
hpalth on Monday afternoon, at which
the mayor. Aid. Abrahamson. McLei i
and Taylor were present. The qu:mui
tine accounts were taken up but r.o
decision on any point was arrived at
and the board adjourned to meet at
the call of tbe city clerk, on such dale
as he can secure a full attendance.
J. Mathieand J. Palmer for Selkirk
Lodge and J. A. Stone for Revelstoke
Lodge left on Saturday for Nanaimo
to attend the meeting or the Grai d
Lodge, 1. O. O. F. at that place. Thos.
Taylor M. P. P. went through on
Sunday for the same business representing the Trout Lake Lodge.
II. G. Parson of Gulden came in on
yesterday's No. 1.
Alf. Stringer of JMcC.ulloiigli creek is
registered at the Victoria.
R. II. Let*. P. L. S., of Kamloops was,
registered at the Central on  Monday.
Judge Forin urrived in town this
morning and is holding county court
F. 0. Elliott, lawyer, of Trout, Lake
City, is attending the county court
here today.
Jas. Ctiiiiinings and S. Shannon and
Mrs. Shannon, of Ferguson. I'.'iiiie up
from the south yesterday.
Thesynod of the diocese of Kootenay ami the Provincial ("rand Lodge
of the A. F. Si A. M. meet, in Nelson
next week.
(i. T, T.undy, of  Innisfail,   who  has
interests  in   mining  property   in
l���'irdt;.'iu     ciiini!   in     from     the
E. Spellinan of Vancouver, superintendent of repairs to the C. P. K.
hotels, is in town today inspecting the
work being done at the Revelstoke.
The ladies of the. Roman Catholic
church intend holding theirstrawbe-vry
social and entertainment, on the Mid,
but the place has not vet, been decided
.1. D. Boyd  and   14.   McBuan  are   in
from the  Big   Bend.   They   will
charge,  of the   government
Downie   and   Carnes   creek?
Theii! was a* meeting at the Itovcl-
stokeon Monday evening to discuss
the desirability of holding a "Pioneer's
Dinner'" in town at some, date in the
near future.
W. G. Girard of Comaplix, is in
lown. He says 11 more locations on
the gold belt were recorded on IM on-
day and the belt has been traced over
to Sable creek.
Mrs, Muckleston aud Miss Muckle-
ston r.re contemplating removing to
Toronto in about a fortnight and are
advertising a sale, of household effects
in this issue of the Hkhald.
A garden party will be held in aid of
St. Andrew's church at Mrs. AV. "M.
Laurence's residence on Tuesday, June
25th. Admission 25c. Further particulars will he given later.
D. Cameron came in from Camborne
on Sunday evening. He says the
recent discoveries are proving the gold
belt, to be more extensive hoth in
length and width than was before suspected.
Under llu* present train schedule
mail.? for the. west close in the up town
post office at 9 p. m.. for the east an.l
south at 10 p. in. Ei.r Comaplix,
Thomson's Lundingand Lardeau points
on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays
at 10 p. m.
The Militia Dept. have published a
supplementary report containing the
ofliciiil reports from the officers of.the
first and second contingents and
Strathcona's Horse on the campaign in
South Africa with sketches by Col.
Otter of tbe engagements at Paaide-
berg and Dornkop. Thu report is full
���of��� in.*itter.^of*-.great_,;uid_^p_ei'iiianeiit
i n teres, t.
The plans for the steamboat have
arrived. Tbe new boat when built will
draw Ki inches of water and carry 40
tons. She is designed after the most
successful model for the navigation of
the dangerous Stickeen river. Mr
McCarty has gone down to Nakusp to
.-ue. if satisfactory arrangements can
be made with Mr. Bulger, foreman of
P. R. ship  yard  I here  to build
Mercerised Sateen Skirts in endless colors���all prices.
AVe sell the Famous
asked for
"PERBENS" Gloves,
Once worn always
Is demanded in the Compounding of
Prescriptions;-1and our care and skill
���the results of experience and
training���assure that Degree of accuracy. And. in"addition, our drugs
are always pure and fresh. Biing
your prescriptions here.
oiuse oy
Just   to' hand, the    finest shipnuml of   BOYS' BLOUSE  SUITS
These, are tho best make in Canada, antl don't rip anywhere.
ierrs UiotmaB
AVe have just, opened up u  large range  of Beautiful  Sateen-Lined
All-Wool'Serge, and Wovsterod Suits and marked tlieni a.way.down.
��rJt,.t5,.��\&JiCr,fck       *J
i X
Business Lots from $150 Up
Residence Lots $f5 and $100
tayloii w.ocir.
McKenzie Avc
To Mine Owners,
B. C.
The difference between  rent paying and thc Birkbcck.pl*:
of Rent Purchase.
��� ���
For Sale at Albert Canyon
Large quantity of.- Mining
Supplies, Sawmill, Hoisting
Plant, Concentrator Plant,
Blacksmith's Outfit and all
the Stores, Plant and Supplies situated at the Waverly
and Tangier Mines, Downie
For full particulars applv to Mr. (
Carlson, at Albert - Canyon, or t
Messrs. AVilson Si- Senkler, Inns (
Court Building, Vancouver, IB. C.
the U.
her (here.     If  he cannot undertake
llie boat will be built heie.
History of the Machinists Craft
Speaking at. a Iminpiet tenderi-il last
week by the local union at Toronto to
llu: vi'i-iting delegate*** of the LA. of -M.
in response to the toast of the International A.-**.ocialion of M.'trhinisr**..
pPrc.-.idriit -la.-. O'Connell ��a'xx\ 1 hi*
in.ieliini.-t***' ciiift wis lirst inaugurated
in the United States in I.'***'''', under tin'
iianii* or the Machinists am! Wack-
smilhs l.'iiiim. From that sprang
.-onu: of the brainiest men who bad
ever lieen identified with the labour
. movement, but dissensions in l.S7."i bad
i hurt the union, and out of that, again
camo the Knights of Labour. For
'some yeai-s thi.s progressed, then dissensions and dissolution followed.
The. machinists seeing that theii* trade
was being taken away from them
thought it wa.s time tu come together
on their own account. In May, I8#8,
they formed the first organi/ation of
the United Machinists and Medianicu.1
Engineers at Atlanta, Oa. That little,
meeting in Atlanta had resulted in
this great convention in Toronto'.
They had experienced their trials, as
at the convention in Minneapolis in
lfSfi, when through the. misappropriations of one of their officers tliey
could not buy a postage stamp and
pay cash for it. But the members had
stuck by the organization, they had
pulled through, every dollar of liability
had lieen paid, and they stood now
with 00,000 machinists at their back.
Note Heads, Bill Heads
Letter Heads, Statements
Envelopes, ere. etc. in
an up to date,   clean   and
to us for your next printing. We are sure we
will ��.ive vou satisfaction.
���J".'*        fr
"_*"������-. ;
n..*r$      fr
III. Pay $10 or $15 per inont.li for the
2_��j use of somebody else's house for
'���.���j?*' 10 years. At the end of that
*��g time the landlord owns the
���_��""��� house and money, the retitpayer
fijja has :i package of receipts.
ff.Y}  ��� ��� ��� r    .
rr&i, For Kurlliur iiiiormiilio:i *i_>i>ly to
iM. LEWIS BROS, fir tn G. S. McCARTER,
General Agents. " Solicitor.
Pay from S10 to .$15 per mont
for the use of a home for ten
years. At the end of that, time $i
you own your home and save ��j_
money ever'after. ' fr;
.A-a-IE-TiTT *F*o*-_a
r Ci*-iiii<!n'l,i*nniiiii*!it it Weitlcm
T"TTVT 1 l*.Tf"'T 1 T     tCiHimiii'ri'riiiiuii.'iit �� \\ cittern
rl >A \1.IA1 -*.       I'liimilii Miii'Wijie C��r|i(>r.illon.
X illilllOiiJ.^    iHqiiiluble Savings Uiun mul l.nililln
INSURANCE ! !��������
K Association.
Mercantile Fire.
Certificate of Improvements
"Dora," " "Thelma"' and "Clara"
mineral claims situate in the Lardeiui
Mining Division of West Kootenay
Where located: Along Pool Creek
about-V mile above bridge.
TAIOS NOTICE that I, P. C. Green,
of Nelson, acting as agent for B. E.
Grove, Free Miner's Certificate No. 'B.
50072, intend, sixty days from the date
hereof, to applv to the Mining Keeorder for certlllcate'-- of iuipiYivi'iiients, for
the purpose of obtaining Crown
grams of the above iliiiiris.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37. must be Oomineiued
before the issuance of such certificates
of improvements.
Dated this 1st dav of June.lOOl.
F. 0. ('reek*
Certificate of Improvements
Certificate of Improvements
in the
Thc   Revelstoke Hearld
Printing  and   Pub.   Co.
������Cholla" "Tuscon" and L. V.
tional Mineral Claims situate
Lardeau Mining Division of
Kootenay District.
Where located: On Liisington
Mountain South West of Eva mine.
Take notice that I, F, C. Green, of
Nelson, acting as agent for Andrew F.
Ro--.cn berger. F. M. C. B.502S1 and
the Imperial Development Syndicate,
Limited, Free Miner's Certificate No.
13, 230*40. intend-sixLv davs from the
date hereoi. "to apply t.o lhe -Mining
Recoider tor cert.ilii-.ites of iniprov'e-
tiu-nls, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown grants uf tbe above claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be rummi'iiced
b-fore the issuance of such certificates
of improvements.
Dated this first day of .Tune 1001.
F. C. UliKKX.
"Imperial" and "Balfour", mineral
claims, situate-in tlie Lardeau mining
division of West Kootenay district.1 '
���    Where   located: On  .Lexington
mountain, south of the Eva mine.  .".
Take notice that I. F. C. Green of
Nelson, act ine as agent, for J. J. Foley.
F. M. C. B. 32030. Corv Menhen-k, F.
lM. C, B. 32.021 and John Brennimd.
'Free Miners Certificate No. B. '320:!7,
intend GO days from the date hereof, to
apply U\ tlie Mining Recorder lor
Certificate of Improvements,- for the
purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of
the above claims'.
And further take notice thntaction,
under section 37, must be ccminrnced
b.il'ore l In* issuance of such certificate
of improvements.
Daled thia SUi day of June, 1901.
F. O. GBiiEN.
Cluardinn Fire.
Uali'tlunlnn Flre.
I.lfo.      Alius Kire.
. fr
I .^A^ress^j^cveistoke Station.. ?
t ti-
Certificate of  Improvements
.Mineral   ("aim.   ��i! ii-i.l'*_ in
iu  .Mining Di vis-ion of We-t
Certificate  of Improvements
"Blue Jay" Mineral Claim, situate in
t.he Lardeau mining division of- V*V7est
Kootenav district.
Where located: ' On Lexington
Mountain one-third of a mile south of
the Eva mine.
Take "notice that I. F. C. Green of
Nelson, acting as agent for Dan Mcintosh. Free Miner's Certificate No. B.
:*2010, intend (10 days from the dale
hereof, .to ..apply    t�� ...the    Mining
Recorder I'or a Certificate of Improve
mt'iits, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown grant of t.he above claim."
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of such certificate'
of improvements.
Dat.*"d this 1st day of June. M01.
F. C. Ghern
Honest, admiration is elected' by
those who wear our clothes. They are
"s ways correct, elegant., suitable. It is
pleasing to bo well attired, and pleasing to be conscious that others admire
your taste.. By buying here, you disarm criticism and. usually save your-'
self cash  '
Large and Well lighted
Sample Hooma	
Ilcatcil by Hot Air and Electric
Hulls and Light In uvcry room
Free'litis Meets All Trains .,
Koiisomible Kates 	
-^i_I3:OTE13Li  VIOTOE-IA^
JOHN "V. PERKS, "l'ltoniiKTOR
Kight Grill Ko-lia in Connection for the Convenience of Guests
Hourly Street Cur - lo._     _ n    A^-.n
Between Hotel aiul Station l^dWllSu.�� lf��<��*j '
Wake Up
Watches, Clocks, Etc.
1844 Rodgers Eros.* Flat Ware.
Mctice   to   Preemptors
Crown  Lands.
The aitiMiliiHi nf I'r��-i*mpt.irs of Crown I.rivI"
i- li.T-'liy riilli-i! if. nn Kiii<*!i'liii<*iU t.> ili�� "I.antl
Art." i.a���1...! 'it llie l'ft -''****ii��n of the I.t**.!-.
hitiir..', vvliieii provi'li:*. n�� follow-*', viz:
"li. I'n*-e:n*''*o.'*< of Crown f-tiinl**, whether
In iirrenr�� in ).*tvin**iii of Imtiii.'nci'H nf
iiiirt'liiiit* nit'ii-v or not, who at the time of
mini ni: into lor'fi' of till** vet hf-vi* .,l)lui,ne.l
l.'iirtllifiiletof Imi p*vt'in**iu. or win) *-hnll hav*>
,.i>t>nm'.l CuiiMli'iiltis oi Inmrovenicnt within
twelve months thereafter, -hall on conforming
wilh llu* provision* nl Mn* "..uii'l M-i." e\"cep!
in herein* iiller.'.!, ho Piiiiile'l to obtain llroun
i.r.tntsoi their pre-emption ela'tnis upon roni-
pletui-; puvinciiH of piirelia-il monev at llu'
ruuioi sisi-unty-llv" eeiit*. p.*,* nere, nntl rrown
f.rnnt fees, w Iiii.-h payiuenH may In* mii'ie n**
" Twentv-fivo cent* per acre on before lhe
.'list tlay of Uuci-iiiljcr, Iftil:
" 'I'wenty-five cf*ni.*i f.er acre on or before the
.Tilth iliivni .Inne, V.��ri;
" am! tlie reinaiuinj:���
" Twenty-live cents per acre on or before the
���list ilny nf lieceinber. I'.nti, am! without any
further piiynient of Iniere.-st."
W. S. GOItE.
Deputy of ,-antls antl Works.1
f.nntls antl Works, De'parline.nt,
Victoria, P.. tl., 1st June. 1901.
W.vSTKH���I'o-ltion as housekeeper or work-
in*.- companion near ilevelntoke. Comfortable
home more ticsiretl than salery, llx,x 71,
Kevelstoke Station.
���Get. it c.'iiiieiii or kmluk nnd  enjoy
yoiit-Fi'll. Tin* Ciimitlii I)iiiK& IJnok Co
keep them 'it nil juices.
 Up to il.ilp shirt   wnists   m.'ido
thi* Macliaon I'.ulors.
tin* I.urd
Kiifiii'ii.iy DKirict.
Wlivii* liintH-tl : On I>xiiiKtiin
.Mountain iuljniniiii; ICva nii'mp on
T.ikt* notice thnt I. F. 0. Gi-ppii, "f
NVNiin, lifting ns imt'iit ffn-thi* Iiiipcr-
i;il Dcvclopiiifiit Hyndifiili; r_iinitt-.il,
Fi'i*n .Miner's (Vrtitiintt* Nn. U. '-f2M(i
inloiid. sixty days fnun thi' thiin lici-i-
of, tn npoly lo thu .MiniiiLC Hf'tM'li-i"
fm* a ci.Ttiliiiilt* of iiii-ii-i-vcini-iits, fm
llu- pnrposi! of iihtiiiiiinj! -i* ('I'uvvn
.-fi*:nit. nt' tin* ahove claim.
And t'liithci* takf noticK lli.i-t iirtinn,
iindt-i* section .'"7. i��ni**t, '��������� coiiiiiit-iici'i.'
hi-lnif tin* !��.simiici* of .such Cfilif'n.ili.
of iiiiprnvfiiii'iits.
1',-itfd this t'xtvl day of .lunf-. JD'II.
F. C. Citi:\--.s.
Mr'. Miipklc'lon. who li leaving town about
June aitli. offeri the following anielfi at
private .".file:
Dishes and Kitchen Utensils
"Thi'lnm'' (fractional) and "Canon"
(fr.nl ion-il) iniiK-i-al claim**, situate in
ihi* r.iirilcaii mining division of Wesi
Ivool.i'ii.iy d s rict.
When." li.c.'iU'tl: On Pool creek
adjoining tliu Thvlinii and Doi'ii niin-
eral claims.
Taku no: t* I lvit I. F. C. Green of
Nelson, un ii,�� as nKt'nt, for Iho Imperii-.! Development Syndicate. I.iniilcd.
Free .Minor's ("ertilicate No. JJ. '.fHUIl.
inlend I'-IJ days froin the dati; heieof. lo
apply lo tin* Mining Hucordcr I'or
i-eti ilirate of iinproveiiieiils, for the
pinptiH." of'i-htaiiiiiiK Crown grmils ol
llie aliove claims.
And   fun her lake notice I hut action,
under  section UU. must, lie commenced
lii-l'i.re the isbiianci! i.f such  ci'l'Lificiilcs
I of improvements.
Dated thi.s first dav of .lime, 1001.
���   "    F. C. Gi._-.K--r.
InteiiillnK purchasers are requested to call
biforc*! j>.in.
Ro��t*il,ind niineral claim, situated in
the l_ir.ii.iin .Mining Division of West
Kfioi <;nav-l">lslrict.
Wherelimili-d: On Lexington Mountain Smith of the I'iVji  mine.
TA KK NOTICE llnit. I. F.C. Green,
f��f Nelson, at!itu; as aitenl for Cory
.Menlieiiiek F. M. C. IJ. ifKTll and J. J*
Foley Free MiiH'i's Cei t.ilicatu No. IJ.
���fl.tXiii. intend, sixly days from the dm���
hereof, lo apply tolhi- Mining Uecordei
for a certiticiiti* of iinpiovempiit!'. "for
the purpose of obtaining il Crown
grant of the above claim.
And further take nolicc that action,
under section 37, must he conimei cejl
before the issuance of such certificate
of improvements.
Dated this Sth dnv of June 1901.
F. C. Greex.
Notary Public and Insurance Agent.


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