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 'VfuHwc  ��������� ��������� /. A: // Ni  REVELSTOKE, B  SATURDAY,   JUNE 29, 1901,  Year  Advance.  C. B. HUME  &C0.  ilWWW������������WW<*IW������W*WW  ll  Our- Tea and Coffee Trade is  steadily    growing.     Why ?  Because   xve curry the best  procurable.'    There is noth-'-  ing equal to  RAM   LAL'S  FiVE O'CLOCK  BEN KUR  Pure Mocha   and   Java Coffees  always in stock.  British Columbia  Strawberries  will be in this'- ���������.vet"*k. . Also  r'  CHERRIES .  APPLES, ...  :--APRlOTS:-,----^'-_.,.-4.,  215-CASES-215  BERRIE DISHES  WATER PITCHERS  TimeiS-is  CGELLTS  Lemonade Setts j  Prettier than ever. I  I  " ���������"���������* "���������"i  The Enlistment of Special Constables Discussed.���������Speeches  by Thos. Taylor M. P. P.,  Mayor Brown, J. M. Kellie  and Others.  There \v;is a large attendance of  union mon in Selkirk Hull nn Wednesday evening ut the meeting culled  by thu_local committee of the truckmen. On tliu platform were seated  Thos. Taylor JU. P. P., Mayor Brown,  J. M. Kellie, St. Gordon und the  representatives of the press. C.  Fraser, the chairman of the local  committee after calling the meeting  to order handed over the chair to T.  J. Graham, secretary of the committee, who opened the proceedings  by stating that the meeting was  called to give the gentlemen present  an opportunity ol" expressing their  feelings towards the strikers and  especially with reference to the action  of the provincial government in the  recent appointment of special coi.-  stables. All politics were to be  avoided. He then called on J. M.  Kellie to make the opening speech.  Mr. Kellie said that he considered  that the government had taken a very  arbitrary step. The strikers had  committed no breach ol" the 1 iw and  tlie government had no justifica tion  for their action in taking the part of  the C. P. R. by paying special police  out of the pockets of the taxpayers.  He claimed that the men wer������ not  getting in many cases fair wages and  now that the C. P. K. is paying big  dividends the men who help to keep  up the road should share in the prosperity of the company. He never  knew some of the members of the  present government to take the side of  the working man. Last session they  had given the lieutenant governor  power to raise the poll tax from $3 to  So on the workingmen for the reason  that the revenue wiis unequal to -the  expenditure and yet they had voted  to increase their own sessional 'indemnities 1>Y-J!i*2l*0'apiece, thereby  adding $1(100 to' the*"annual .expenses  of the province! In conclusion he said  that as long as the trackmen on strike  did not commit any overt act - against  the property of the company thoy  would have the sympathy and goodwill of every member of the community.  Mv. Taylor, who was the next  speaker said that he Had been glad to  hear the chairman say that there was  to be no discussion of politics. However Mr. Kellie had ventured on  political ground and he did not think  he would be out of order in replying.  He had supported the bill to increase  the poll tax because it was thought  that it would be necessary to increase  the tax in order to provide our children  with proper educational facilities.  The increase was not to be put in  force until Jan. 1st next, and not then  it the present rate of .$3 was. found to  .suffice. Perhaps it would not be enforced at all. The present salary of  members of the legislature was $800  and he did not think that a member,  who-devoted   his   time, to   his . con-  Lamps'!  A nice range of Parlor Lamps  L   Prices surprisingly low. .  FRUIT SAUCERS  BREAD AND BUTTER  PLATES  CRACKER JARS  CHAMBER SETTS  A nice line to choose Irom  FRUiT JARS  Pin^s " Quarts     Half Gallons  '*&���������SW4HF&>0*^ftt**���������tt*^fi*4<a*m���������  C.B. HUME  &C0  stituents for three or four months in  the year at Victoria and for.;the rest  of the' year in going hither and thither  at their call in his riding was overpaid.- When a proposal had been  made to reduce the sessional indemnity when Mr. Kellie was in the  house that gentleman had opposed it  and would on the question of an  increase have most likely voted as the  speaker did. He resented the action  of the government with regard to the  special police, as much as anyone.  Hud' the occasion warranted theU'  action might be justified but uu  necessity had arisen. On tho OivUi* of  parties concerned that there wus  necessity the pvaviucinl authorities had power under the statutes to  appoint special constable*;. Strong  representations may have been made  to the government that there did  exist such a necessity. If that was so,  it was soon found that no necessity  for them existed and the police recalled. The matter would be taken up  hy him very thoroughly. One thing  he wanted to find out was whether the  men engaged as special constables  were paid by the company or by the  province. He felt most keenly in  sympathy with the trackmen in connection with their demand for a  raise of wages. When he first came  lo British Columbia he had himself  worked as a trackman and knew what  the duties of a man in that position  were. At the time he had considered  that he himself was badly underpaid  und he could hardly see now how he  had managed to keep himself, much  less how a married man could sup  port a family on the wages earned by  them. He felt that the trackmen as  a class were worthy of an increase of  wages. He congratulated the striker?,  on thc harmony and goodwill which  prevailed among them. ' In closing he  wished to suggest that in cases of this  kind the  proper  way  to  solve    the  difficulty is by arbitration nnd he did  not think that the time was very far  distant wliere compulsory arbitration  would be the rule throughout the  Dominion.    (Hear, hear.)  The Mayor, who w.-is next culled on,  was received with a hearty round of  applause. He thanked the meeting  for the honor done to him in extending  an invitation to be present and speak  on. Ihe occasion. However he was  still veiy much in the dark us to the  main question, tin* appointment of  special constables. lie thought a  resolution deinaniling ;*an investigation would be in oidti*. He did not  want tu lind fault unt-.l be knew where  the responsibility bhould ivst. At the  -siime time he thought: every one iu  Reveit-lnke was uppo&itd to the conr**e  taken by the government in Ibis  nutter und in sympathy -with the  strikers. He had been sorry to see  politics Ill-ought into tbe dU-cussion,  which should have been solely used to  get to the bottom of tbe business in  baud. He congratulated r.he trackmen  on the order kept in town and said  that if ihey kept up alon-; the same  lines there was no question but what  they would win, There were good  men on the government side of the  house who would stand o ut and de-  mund'au ex pin nation of t.ieir action  und if any official hud overs, tepped the  mark he should l<e discipli ned. But  what he wa. t d to t,e*e w.*is-'|_,aii  expression of opinion put. oa record by  the meeting. ' ���������  R, Gordon endorsed the 1 ast speaker's ptoposal of u lesolution d einvading  an investigation.  '-The chairman suiil that tin? .first  instruction regarding the engaging" of  special constables had been r������c<_ivi*d  by the gold commissioner on the 14fc*h  June bel'oie the strike i ri������s even  called. Later on Mr. Fauquier hud  taken on himself log') along the voatl  engaging men wherever he t *ot������ld find  them. He wus infoi med iha tall these  speciul police were" supplied! with  danger signals to do duty as trackmen  and watchmen. He himself b*& been  met by Mr. Fauquier near dli.-wier and  asked to go on duty us a s[ lecin I constable ilit the Loop to..protect- lif.e and  property.- On pointing out. tbat no  one lived at the Loop_ Mr. Fa-uquier  replied thut he meant ��������� the peop le on  the tiains.r Uhief of Police Hii.sc.t_; y had  no power .to -engage .710-.ice_.wi; thoift  authority from the' ��������� attori ley" ge ner.tl  and he. thought himself ihut, the  government were at the bottom ���������> of it.  J^Tectorhuid tf.u't the specinl constables engaged by the gold'conn niss-  ioncr had insti-uetions to take I ..heir  ordeis from ib-evoadiuasterf-.      - ���������*,  3. M. Kellie sf.id that from'wlin.t he  knew of Mr. fins-Bey he' was con.f<lt -nt  thing he would not take any orili rs  except from the attorney general. 1 le  thought Mr. Taylor's positioti that . it  was all right as long as the C. 'P. 1 .  paid for the special constables eogBfj?! l  by the province a most depitsi-y.-illt 1  one,  Mr. Taylor replied that- he had   ncrt  said that he   either approved  or*   dis**  approved of  the   C, P. R.   payir g  fox, I  these   special   constables.      H owevrt*.r\l  much Mr. Kellie might try U\, make ".'il *  appear that he  felt  more  lv eenly   o*������������  this-matter   than    he ~hiw  self,    tl������*"l,  ���������.peuker, did, yet   if  the  ff .vernment J.  could not clear themselves it/   my  would  find by his actions th.it   iW  j   was   not  the case: * There was   _wo>_/   doubt   that  Mr. Fauquier got his insttp*'  actions from  -Victoria���������Mr.-Fauqiiiea-lj���������ad-told-'-hiui  that no special   pruv'muji    t|   constables  were famished with fl-J-g**/     or torpedoes  nor were theie ordered.      to   patrol   the  track.   Howevetr *,-������*��������� wai    ������ not there   to  defend Mr. Fau.4p1.fe11* t  ment but siuijAv to. _p*  record as intunding nt  up and investigate iu  H.  Rdwads   next ,  Railway Compamy Has Offered  a  Reward   of $10,00   for  the  Conviction    of    the     Guilty  Parties.  Craxkkook, June 20.���������An engine  and one car were ditched at the last  switch in the west yard'here on Monday night at. 2.80. ISngineer Block,  fireman"!.owen and brakeinun Cliurch-  I escaped serious injury, although the  engine and tender were thrown down  an eiiibaiiknien and turned over on  their side. fCnginuer Brock was caught  between the tender and tlu* cab lor a  few minutes, lint finally crawled  through the window. A switch was  turned, and a light placed to deceive  the engineer. The U'liikiuen are  alarmed, but they have issued a card  denying uny knowledge of the affair.  Considetuble feeling has lieen aroused  here and superintendent Bury has  offered $1000 reward for the detei tion  of the guilty parties. -  The Nelson Tribune says: Passengers  wlio arrived in Nelson last evening  from Cranbrook all, agree that the  turning of the switch at that point  w.is the work of some ��������� misguided sympathizer of the striking switchmen.  Tliey report that just before ' the  engine ran upon the open switch some  stones were thrown through the  windows of the cab. one of which  struck the fireman. The derailed train  was the second section of._ a freight.  Tbe first section bad been 'moved' out,  and it, was while the ��������� engineer was  bringing the second section out ofthe  yard that the switch was uirned whuh  resulted in the ditching of the' locomotive. The loss tif the locomotive will  be seriously felt by the company, as it  wus rather short ot power 011 the  division, and the ditched locomotive  was one of.the big compound i-ngines  used exclusively^m hauling fieirzbt. A  report was current lute, lust evening  that the offender hud been uppre-  lu'iided, but the" repoit. lacked confirmation.  The Nelson Miner says:' Under the  circumstances the striking trackmen  are -connected with the wreck*, but the  men indignantly deny thvtt they haA  anything to do with " it. -Tliey. point  out, that they knosv they will ruin  theii* cause by resorting to such lawless  acts' and implicit orders have been  given that strict order must be maintained." Also, as they* h.ivo'; much 10  expect from the engineers'.iind firemen  in the way of sympathetic -help tbey  would not be -ioolish, enough'-.to *do  anything to antagonise*that element.  It is thought here that the deed; wit**-,  committed by same discharged yard  men who took advantage of the strike  to make the company tlie victim of  their spite iti'the hope that the tiack-  mi'ii would be hold responsible for it.'  So far no arrest has been made and  T. G. M'Manamoii the truckmen*-.'  organizer hai*. lelt Nelson for Cranbrook to do all hf* can lo bring ti.������  guilty parties to justice.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  Mr. John Thompson, who. for the  past four yeai.s occupied the position  of chief li.-.ggtige agent at the Union  station, Tin onto, left lust Friday for  Montreal to iisMiine the duties of his  new position as as--i.stiint general  baggage inaslut* for the C. 1". 11.  The many friends of Sydney Sykes,  superintendent of sleeping car.*, for tbe  C. P. K., will regret to learn Ihut he  has been confined to his home for sev-  eial days suiVering fiom an attack of  blood poisoning to his right foot.���������  Vancouver World.  A distressing accident, occurred at  Cieaton Junction on Monday niglit  which resulted in a section foreman  named Randall having both legs  severed. He and a car repairer, who  were employed on the Gieat Norlhein  line, were approach ing ihe Junction on  a speeder and endeavfued to make it  before the passenger train. They miscalculated the distance that the train  was from them with the result that it  collided with them while going at full  speed. The head light of .the engine  did not show the engineer the speeder  in time to avert the accident. Wnen  1 he train was brought to u standstill it  wiib found that Randall hud both logs  cut off and .his companion escape J  without any injuries. Mr. Randall  expired of his injuries before he could  lit* iemovedto Kuskonook.  the Trout lake end of the hi anch at a  point known as Selkiik. wheie a new  town will be started. On the Kootenay lake end of the line tbe old town  of Lai do will be the liu minus.  Jus. Miinson accountant nf the C P.  R here, bus letnrned from Vancouver,  wheie lie has been transfeiring the  accounts of his division to that of the  Pacific. All accounts were formerly  handled for both divisions at Winnipeg.���������Winnipeg Free Press.  Track Inspector Murray and Rond-  muster Rimdaii of the C. P. R. were  tliiown oif a motor cur near Selkiik  and painfully injured last week. Boys  hud placed stones on the track.  A Montreal despatch says: Tha  remains of tlu lute James French,  porter on Sir William Van Home's  private car, were, interied at Mount  Royal cemetery Wednesday afternoon.  The. funeral was very largely attended by members of the C. P. R. headquarters stalt and others, to whom  deceased wus.well[known, Sir William  Van Home, who has returned from  Cuba, was the principal mourner and  among those who accompanied the  remains from the residence of deceased  to the cemetery were President  Shuugnessy, General Manager McNicoll  and Mr. James. Ross, vice-president of  the Montieal Tramway Co.  The now B ildwin compound locomotive, pmch'iaed by the Canadian  Atlantic mil way, for service between  Ottawa and Montreal, showed speed  last Wednesday of 92g miles an hour-  For'the best, mile, having fr ur coaches-  she coveied i'i inilesin 21 minutes, including start and slowing up.  THE STRIKERS'  STATEMENT  In the Victoria police coin t on Tuesday morning Police Magistrate Hull  ���������sentenced Leightner, tbs absconding  Noithern Pacific agent, to two years'  impiisonment on each of 'he two  counts." namely, stealing $1,037 from  the Northern Pacific lUxpiess louipany  and $200.10 from the Norlhein Pacific  railway. The., sentences ure to run  toricuiieiitlj*.  Robt. Irving, manager of-the K. &  S.., W. N. Brayton of Kaslo. and  Attorney -Wheeler of Nelson, have  succeeded in' interesting capil-il to  boild a railway from Crawford.Bay on  Kootenay ."Lake tciFort"rSteel<v-i'dis-,  lance iofi76-iiiiles.'.-r.-'j'.w.elvi., mile* tijim'  ihe'hu.y'vvill be 'Completed this fall..*   - .  '*'' '  -  John D. Sullivan, the'.engineer in  charge of the Lai deau branch, was in  Nelson Wednesday.* He says that a  start- hus been made in the laying* of  'steels und that about half a mile of it  ���������Itsia been 'laid when he left. The  ���������btation gi ouiids have   been laid out on  Conductor Morrow of the S. & O.  has gone east on a business visit,  whicli will probably  last a few weeks  Presbyterian Church Lawn Social.  A pretty sight was presented by the  grounds at ��������� Mrs. * XV.   AI.  Lawrence's  residence on Tuesday evening,  which  were most beautifully decorated-and  lit up with Chinese lanterns.and lights  on  the occasion * of the lawn, social in  aid of  the! Presbyterian church. "It  was a. fine? evening and .the grounds.  andhonse.'were thronged with.visitors.|  while, the'strawberry and.ice - clean 1  stall's did a rushing trade.    The flower  stall  was also doing a-big business.  "During the evening a programme of  vocal   and   instrumental   music was  rendered on    the   verandah and the  Revelstoke brass band   gave several  selections,    Over fifty dollars was, we  understand, realized on the occasion.  A Letter from the Winnipeg  Committee Setting forth the  Condition of Labor on tl e  C. P. R. Track.  The following letter setting forth  the men's statement of the conditions  under which the 0. P. R. trackmen  labor was given for publication to the  Telegram by the Winnipeg st 'ike  committee:  r- (SANGS AND TI1E1K  DUTIES.  The section work is done by average  gangs of about three   men   and   one  foreman.   The distance of line to* be'  covered bv each section gang  is from  '  7   to 12   miles   approximately.     This .  distance usually includes from two to  ten switches, the care of which is part  of the trackmen's duties   and entails  very considerable work.   The \luty of  the gang, briefly, is the care   of  the*  road and its. maintenance   in  a  safe  condition.   They do not repair bridges  or trestle work, but are called upon t*o  report any. defect in  these and 6uch  duty necessitates daily  inspection   as  thoy   are   held   responsible   for their  safety.     Tlie _ rules   of   the company  require that the whole distance of each  section should be covered  daily.     In  many cases this   is  an   impossibility.  On the main line the section  men   aro  required to   put   up switch lamps and  keep    them     in    proper    condition.  Special   duties   are   also   imposed   at  different points, such as the unloading  of coal and coaling  engines,   cai-e   of  water tanks, etc. , . ^  RATES OF PAY.  '' The  foreman   of  each  section   re-'  ceives Soo.00 per month.   Nojavertime  is   allowed.   - Circumstances often necessitate their, having   to   work   C0117  tinuously through nights and on' Sundays, and for* such   duties  performed'  they are riot  allowed'any   extra  re'-r  muneratiori. * --By the maintenance of  efficient"'gangs   much   of. .this  extra .  work could ,be  avoided... When, off ,*  duty," or sick,"tiiue is.deducted.'  '-���������"'" -.'���������*" I  ({f*������C5S>-^-5������������-5)5^^ I  &   YO������N(*  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  jr the govern-  lace. himself on  take the mattir  to the bottom.  spoke  making   a  savage attuck on A? ,r . Taylor."  Th*������ mayor de pr ecated any such  ������.UMnpt8 to creal e 1 itml feelings in Uie  uoHltiT. Ali-. * Xa-ylor. had plainly  tfeolared his ��������� _yu 1pathy" with the  stiikers and- h' ,'s i* mention to investigate this pa* {fen lar matter of the  special cont-U- hiriA. He would like to  see thu meet*' g^;-get. down to liusine_ts  and at all ev juo-j choose a committf?p  to confer *. ,ajfe Air. Taylor and Mr.  Fauquier r ��������� ,,$1^ ni���������ttei*. Whilo he  thought t' j_rttlliu������jissisteil the working-  men in ll iw. itir.vx as much as any]  single im ivijllual in it, (ipplaas-e) h"  saw non no i'm jumping down people'*  t hroats. B5������tter wait until the government u ������;c*/3jilied to for redress and if  they fa flnUcLo render it then we wocild  know    wltau.ionise to pursue.  The (fhfurr-inan. replied that the truckmen _**randri ir l0������ get mixed up in a c<vi  fern .n-cevv-i.thxhe government official,  who , hrtifc.<ji deri-d out the special con-  st***' jrieertotr -plained of.  ' 1 v������ite ol thanks was then passed to  th e Sfot&t. rs and t be meeting adjourned , butlteft ,re ]eavi 0g tbe hall a large  n amhec-to ok the opportunity to sign  t *he ftttiowi ng meim irandum addressed  * ������0 Mr- Tay lor. which' had been already  Urgely eig ned i-n tow n.  "We the undersig nal constituents  of your rid itng desire i oBacmatlon from  you throu gh the medii ins of the press  why specii il provincial coesUitiles have  been ������wo rn in to be e tog&oyed. In tbe  capacity - of O. P. R. wat chasten?'  2. "W hat grounds w "���������"���������fl**** advanced  for the a utborization of eriKctictg the  serric-es of special pro tiiaacUJ cod-  t-ti\btes3"' r  3,   "H������ ve you protest ed?'  Our Entire Stock of  Summer Goods  Ladies  don't   miss  the   opportunity', to    complete     yonr  pui chases   of   Summer   goods   111    BARGAIN     PRICES.  Blouses, Whitewear, Wash Goods,  Summer       Dress      Goods,  Sailor Hats  Children's   Headwear  The stock must be reduced and early purchasers will get   the full benefit,  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing are included in the  ���������ALE  Also   Bargain   Figures in  Men's  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  Our Desire to  .make  room  for Fall  Importations  is  your  opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  ^EIB   &   YOUNG  *#u  ^^m^WUmmmiii tg-w^-w^*-*-^^  ,J-'..Tlie*ordiriarjysection- man'- receives '���������;i, :  Jfi   * *��������� ** ?     i <-   -"i-j" "i '���������> i, j ^tP*'     *.    t ���������*��������� i-'J.M  '   >      "*    -."j  $1.25 per day-of ten hours," j>-He^is al-1 -",',  lowed for overtime  and  for  Sunday _>--\  work at the common rate 12 1-2  cents  per hour..    In   case  of sickness or-in-  -.-  jury time  is   not  allowed.     -   In the'  "Winnipeg   yards   both 'foremen' and  sectionmen   receive    slightly -' better  | rates.  ^-DURATION OF EMPLOYMENT. ,.  Foremen alone enjoy the possibility'  of  steady   employment.    "When   tha  frosts set in fully 25 per cent  of  their  number  are   either  discharged or re- .  duced  to   the   ranks  as ordinary sectionmen.     Those  discharged have no  prospect of  re-engagement  for  such  work until the frost leaves the ground  in the spring.     With the approach of  -  winter fully 75 per   cent  of   the  sec-     ���������  tionmen     are     discharged.       Seven   ' ..  months is the limit of   their  employ-*  ment* period. ,  FIXES. BOAKD  AND ItKN'T.  Both foremen and sectionmen   are  subjected ��������� to an - elaborate   system ot  arbitrarily  inflicted   fines   of  an   ab- .  normally  heavy character in comparison with the   earnings  of   the  men.  P^itJ^*ant^it"^ft"en~������wirTtllat"h"ara=  cars are started and curried down the  line by sudden gusts   of  heavy   wind  whilst  the   men   are at work.   If the  car iu its flight should be damaged by  being thrown from   the track 'or .collision   with   a   train,  the   foreman in  charge of such would be liable for the  cn*-t of ie pairs, sometimes aa high as  $20.00.     Fines -to   this   amount have  frequently been enforced.    Other fines  are inflicted for such  mat tors as delay  in   answering  letter;',   eitora   in time  books, etc.     When the foreman is oft  duty the next man in chaige ib liable.  When the track is fenced tbe foreman  is responsible   for  keeping the   track  cleat*of cattle.   If any are killed within   such   feui-ed limits the foreman   is   -  held tesponbible for such fenced limits.  Friction has resulted from attempts to  enforce     this    tompiuutively   recent  regulation.  Sectionmen when not.-resident are  requited to boaid with section foicman  at section house*;. The regulation  charge is S3 50 per week.  Foremen occupying the company's  section houses are rt quired to pay  from $5.00 to $"-50 per month rent.  KIIORT TIME.  On the main line during the winter  months a certain number of section-  men are kept on at half time. For  instance between Winnipeg and Brandon regular gangs of four or five men  are reduced to one mam at half time  and a foreman. The section man  thus earns 02 1-2 cents per day for  ���������ix days and is charged 50 cents per  day for board for seven days of the  week; in other words he earns $3.75  per week and is charged $3.50 fop  board.  On.VOXIOCS METHODS OF ECONOMY.    '  In wintertime, in the  branch  lines,  '  a'l sectionmen are  dischnaged.     One  foreman alone is left in charge.     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line price io all. No job loo Inr*!.���none loo
iuiull���for ns. Mail orders proinpilv Kiieiided
in.   ulve us a trial on yournt-.\t order.
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��'.. K.GKOGAN,
Travelling -\ceiit.
S.ituidnv, .lime '2U.  11)01.
There are Mime pcoph. in the piovince who when defending the liif_.li
taxation of mining enterprises by I lit*
provincial government arc accustomed
to use the argument that tho mining
industry ought to bi; made to pay
heavily lx-cau.se every ton of ore
taken out of the ground impoverishes
the province by just so much as it is
worth. It was there before, now it is
gone and the people are so much the
If this theory holds good, why not
pursue it to its logical conclusion*'
Why not abolish all mining laws altogether and do away with the department of mines, its gold commissioner:.,, mining recorders nnd
every official connected .with it at one
sweep? "Why legalize this systematic
robbery of the people's property at
a'.l ? Why not go a step further and
make prospecting a penal offence and
prohibit the sale of gold pans and
miner's picks under a heavy penalty ?
Then the people's property will he
quite safe and we can. all sit around
and tell each other what a rich province full of gold and silver and lead
and copper we have got and nobody
allowed to impoverish the province hy
taking away a pound of it.
work into aici-plance .iiiiong a mining
population. Tin.* 'inswer sccnis lo be
that the discovoi y mid development of j
the wiid and iiincci'ssibie pnrlioni of |
the earth, which nnlum seeni*-. to have
alum***! invariably chosen for her mo*-t
valuable lieasine houses docs not and
cinnol lit im ii any M-heine ol ' Mil ial'iMii
either ancient or niiidern. Thai s-i'.'iii-
iri In* a di-p.ll I iiu'iil i'i' human elfin 1
which reiptiri's tin* mo.it aggressive
kind of iiiilividii.ili--.iii to undertake.
The cooperative commonwealth a:
conceived by its prophets makes no
provision for any ttich enterprises nl
all and it is dil.icult to understand
what reward o ��� inducjinei.t such a
community could oiler to any of it**.
members to undertake the dilliciillio.-
.langer.-. and hardships of pioneer
existence in a mining country. Nothing except the strong individual
stimulus supplied by the unusual
opportunities for personal advancement ollVrod by such region**; would
induce any rational human being lo
undertake    Ilium    now. I'liiler   :;
s**lieine of liuiii.'in society from whi-'h
every hope of ���'bettering oneself' had
been ileliber.ttely excluded, it seems
altogether probable lliat pioneering
would heroine one of the lost, arts.
However thi.s may be it is quite   certain that under the present  condition*,
of society iiitenseinilividual enterprise.
��� ���dividual  energy,   individual   selfi*-h-
iK'ss lo a certain   cl.cnl, if you like, are
the     essential     characteristics    of   a
pioneer   popii'.-ition.    The   men,   who
have   tbe toils   and perils ol prospecting and mining in a new   country   like
liiitish   (Jclimibia,   West Australia or
South Africa are those   whose  discontent with their chances in   the regions,
of a more sett led  and   easier existence
is    stronger    than   that   of   ordinary
people.      J'hcy  arc   not   hen; for their
health.   -Incidentally they may and do
enrich     lhe    wnole    community    but
individually their   object   is   solely to
enrich   Uii'tni-clvo***.     And  any legislation, which   imposes a direct chei k   on
the attainment of lhis object is icsei'l"
ed bitterly.    They fuel that wliile ii   is
all     very     well     lui      orators      and
piuiipheteers   lo   glibly disc.mt on thc
mineral   wealth of   the   conn! ry, that
wealth is useless   to anybody   wil bout
lheir    own    enterprise    and   energy.
They sec  all round   tlieni evidences  in
llie   shape   of     towns     and      villages
-pringing up in a few years where they
foiitid   a   wilderness; of large   populations and great, business activity where
not long ago ihe.y themselves wen: the
only   human   occupants   for   pet haps
hundreds   of   miles:    they   see   those
evidences lhat they have deserved well
of   the community   at   large and it is
only natural lhat they should consider
that   they,   have  earned a'right. to I lie
unimpaired and  undivided   possession
of the special prize, which tliey set out
to attain.    They have actually.created
a score Or more of  sources of revenue
to the government and   they feel   lhat
in doing so   lhey   have done   enough;
that. at. all events the  ore which   thoy
win   or   the   gold   which   they   wash
should be free from taxation.
^j. ���""���
lh bottiT Lhiin ri< ])���_��������	
V'o him.' ' Ik1 n-iiiH* uf  *iini,jii-;
Llu.* (HI 1/ M ���������li'-li Ml i [- 111   |n\\!l
���fur   tsiiMiliiiily   1L.1-.I   (ji ntity
Llicy   III Ml   L'M't'l*
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Next la; McCarty Block
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J SPRUNG and ZQt-mi
i M-iiliiierx-'
is J
The Kates', nnd iVm.st
Sryli.sh  lists.
Trimmed  and   Untrimmed
Aladison   Millinsry   i'arlofs
Misses Shepard ��r Bell  <$
.McUcizlv Avenue      o.i'j:
-,'������". it��-j, rvVrV.Vr^ r."p-'^.t-'Z.ri-i: X?i,r,-*i rr*? f-m
^���S. V.--5 "&.is;-itoia Lwnci tz..u irii sCbi ^si v.**". w��
,i.\N Tl*: 1>���iv.-iili.ti ii*-linii'i'lii'i'i i r nr \,rr!;
xxx\r (,inii|.*iti inn iti'iir l;.*\**l**ini;.*. I'liiiu.triiilttc
luiiiu* iiion.. ilc*-ii*Lvl ihnii **nl..*ry. ll.i.**: 71,
lli'vulsiokv Kiiitliiti.
J.-' ���
f_W*?',i*'  m
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1*3     t& n ^
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r* *p rf"fc r*l& IP 1"W ^f
kjrJ^ij O xj jhh JtOa.i .la t ���
���nxnilill ^Xjji'ijfiiiL
a* -.LSiSSS^ fe^T-i'i- g^feiK-KrS&^ife "iSfti1* C�� -i^^^-lirul*C'J; ---S-V?: *il''^-n_t��^.fe^^-'* C<s^&* ^^n \J^,i$xMii ^^i&^M^
iZCtttty    ^^rrrxy
Governnicnt Distribution of Stumping
lWUMUKS ilo-*irou*< of Jiouiir '���upl'licil with,
lUiii-Lin^ i'c)\v<Ior nl co-t prit'i', ior cU-nriiiy:
Imiu, cnn nhtiiin blank fdnn- of ictiui-itinn
from r.ht; Sue rot ur it*-* ul tlie F:irm��rh .ln.-litnti^.
us mllow- :
11 miry Hills Secy, All>er:ii Kiuiuei"-*'
liitftitute. Albeiiii.
.1. A. IliillKliiy. J-'uc'y, Coinox runners*
In-Litute, biuiilu'irh.
John  Ste\\:irt.   :-i'<-'yt   KuHtiiiiHj.Cedftr I'r.rin-
ch Institute, .^litrk'.-. i;r��.��,-.ini_f. Nuiuiiiuo.
II. tlo  M    Mellin,  See'y, ^'owicliiui   ruriiieiv/
In^init'j, Siniienc-..
.1   11.  Simul,     .^ee'y,     Meicho.sin     KuniitM'*.*
InMifUe. Mc.U-1i.imii.
CJ- K. Kiut;. ^ou'y V.etoriu Punnern' rn.ititute.
Ce<liic IMM.
JS. Wn I tor, Sec'y, Klun-N Furiiiors Institute,
(inline- Ilurlior.
K. A. Urown, Sec'y, Deltu Kiiriner.-.' Ins-litutc,
JI. iJn-e. Sec'y, Surrey Funner^' Iiiistiiute.
Surrey t'enire.
A. li. P. MuLh-nv, Sec'y *Ijiiij;luy runners'
Institute, I.uu^ley.
Alex. Phihi", See'y, lliehinoinl Furnler'-,
Ir^litute, ViuiMuiver.
A. M. Vercliere, See'y, Mission Fanners'
Infinite, Mi*--ii*t:i (Miy.
(i. vV. Glui'l-ey. Set_.'y Chilliwack Furiners'
ln-titute, Cliiliiwuclc.
Wm. Creen, See'y, Kent FunneiV Institute,
.1.^1. Wchilor, See'y Mnplu Itidgo Furiuers'
Int-Litute. We list or*. Cornet^.
.loini Hull, See'y, Mui.-fiui Farmers' Jn^ti-
tnte, AblMtsford.
A II. (Jricliton, See'y' Osoyoos Furmors'
liwtnte. Iu'lo"��\ii��.
W p. llnr>luy, *-oe.-y, Sjiallumeheen L|niiucr&'
Tuit tuie, Arm-troiii:.
S.M. Muftuire, See'y, Snlmon Arm Fanners'
Iii'Hitnio.Snlinon Ann.
J. J-'. Smith, Sec'y, Kamloops I'tirmcrh', Institute, Kam loops
II. Percy Hodges, See'y, OUnungan Ftirmer.s1
Institute, Vernon.
Pupuiv Minister uf Agriculture
Dcimrtmcnl of A<rricr.!nire.
Vietorin. It. t;., MtivS, 1!>J1.
_. 'fcts'-'o
j                   '         ..SI*
j   . 6 6 Q Ct. Cs    J
Starling June 10th,
���will  make thc run from Const lo
Coast in
Ably furnished with thc
Choicest the Mi-rket.
l.z.r^e,  Light bsdrooms.
Rates Si a d.-.y.
Monthly Rate.
^ ft Hi nil
1 Albert Stone
When thus pushed home this line
of argument certainly does look rather
absurd and yet the average man
dimly feels that there is some kind of
truth in it after all. The imposition
of a ten per cent* royalty in Klondike
was defended'on the same grounds.
"Why should the gold belonging to
Canada lie allowed to be carried oil* by
a crowd of Americans and foreigners,
giving nothing in return 'j* On thi.s
plea the royalty was impo.-ed and the
imposition was furiously opposed hy
ihe miners, just as the imposition of a
royalty was bitterly opposed by the
pioneers of Cai-ilx*) and roused the
���Au^ti-iinni^lffgWauts- in���iinn'cd���re~
j-istanco. There seem*** to be no form
of taxation more strongly resented in
:i mining community than this nm!
yet as we say there is miiiic kindof
truth dimly discernible in llu* argu-
inenl. which i.- at the bottom of ii.
The gold in the gravel, the ore in the
lead.*.' tin* coal iu the scam*- do certainly in the lir.-t plafi* Ix-long to the
people     it N n prinriple of lh" llriti.-h
c<in-litiition th.-.l lb<* ulliinal.*   p<iv-,..s. j |,_. nuinly eNpeiuifil whcivtlie plonci".
-inn of the land aiul   everyl hing on it   llieinsi'lvi*s om  ri'fogni/." it*,   li.'iii'lit-*.
\\-,.||,'.\ wi**e gcvi'iiiini'iil will be innti'iil,- to
' wait foiitK golden i*g^"< until it- gn(**,i*
I i.- old enough to lay litem.
Il seems to the IIi.hat.o ih.it the
true policy for the government, of a
new milling country is lo respect, llii*-
leeling anil by doing so to show that
they recognize llu* benefits conferred
upon the community at large by the
pluck and endurance of'iis pioneers.
If we want to develop our mineral
resources to the uttermost we inii.-t
encourage in every way those individualistic characteristics, upon whiil)._thnt
development rests as its only p*3?.*=ihle
foundation. Any check upon tlieni i*-
resented, evaded if possible, and has a
retarding anil depressing ell'ect. The
prospector I'uuls the mineral and In ings
il* within ken ol" tho community. The
pioneer miner explores and dpvelopes
the prospector's discoveries an.l bring.-
Ihetu to thy stage when they bijcnmi'
I'.'.-is hie for.capilnl In take hold. . Sloth
classes work under ccnidil ions ol" gie.it
haidship and risk. Hoth an; exposed
to great chances that after all llieir
iabors may prove unreiuurioralive.
The less tin* geverinnent adds lo their
dit'liculties hy regulation and taxation,
tin: better sense of the emu inou-,
benefits which llieir labors ultimately
confer on the community it shew.
Kegiilaliun should be such a.- grows
out of their own cuiloui-. anil taxation
-hou'id be as light as possible and when
prailicible-boiilil be *-o devi-icd   xxi to
and in iti.- vc-ted in the<*p*wn
tin*  crown     nowaday.-     means     tin
���_:ovei*niiii.'iit    and     the     government
infiiii*: tin." |x*iiplr>.      And    put   ill tlii-
way   thii   anciciit   and    I'lindiuiieiital
principle     of       what     lawyer*,     call
"eminent domain" r.-olve- itM*lf inf. j    _ ^m ^ ^ '������";��� ^.lrllI ���������, M���,���,
tuire uM-i'ilism ! el lins   *.|ni|,)i*   pr*'pit ml i >> i��   i-ir   tin:  . ii r<*   i".;
pun  ��iM.i.uisiii.     1|(i rrll���.1'i n,...rKit.)n, lji.-i*!.'*'<'i.ii'.ii*i*i'l.ill
  I Kuumlu crimliluM in iill   Imlle-i .uiiillnir mlilru*.-
Vnw there.iirc.several    priucijiles   of ! i'>   -Mils.   .I.O..I.UK.    Hr.in.-li   .Mi>i...i..*r r
Hotece   to. Precmptos-s   ��*?
Crown  Lands.
Cheap Uatcs
Nov/'in Effect to'ths *
r. W. Kradssuiw
Tlio jittontloii uf rre-cmptnrs of Crown r.JiiiiK
i-- hiTuliy cuUc-il I'i- ttii I'.mcn-luu'iit to tliu *-l.n::(i
.v^t," |iti>^i'U tit lht' !:i-i. se"sioii of tin: J.o,;N
liLturt', \vhli:!i provnU^ 11*1 fojlo\v>, vi/: I
"li. IVc-omjitiir1* of i;rb\vii LhihI.m, w Ji?tl:iT
in urmu"- in pnwrtciit, of i;:-** tut hum* ih uf
pnrrlm-o iiuni��:v nr not. who m the tinn- m"
ooininj: into forc-i" of thi** .vet *#da\ t* ��� ��t_��tnint*��I
Certi tlcftti'*-of linprfivoineiit. or who --ti xl! Iir\p
ooiumeil Ceititn'iiitj-* of IuiprovoumnL within
tuoho motith't tliert'iiKor^lniil on confonnii:'^ fi
wiUi tlie provi^i^ns of die "i.nnit Aft." o^copi H
r.* liorehy iilteroit, I." -fMiiUle-! to nlitit:n Crown : r*
^riints <*i thut: pnl-err.pt!on claim- n-j-on coi.i- \ H
pU-tiiiir pa>ir.cnt- of purclin-r wont*.-/ tt: ther}]
rule of mvventv-live �����**?ci t-? por.'inre, nnd t row n { ��j
flriiut fees, which piynicnts r.iity let* rniuk
11 Twcntv-Svo {'<*nt- per it ere or.  liefore
^1-t iInyof'L>i'ioniLr.>r. Vj*H:
" Twontv-rtv^ centi ]n*r acre ot: or bvf-.ru the j U
"H'ih (IhvoC June, \">l2; \\
" nn��l the rcmjiininir���
14 T.wenty-llv**** com* p��r arr*' or* or Lvfore *;};.*
SI-*-: ilny of TiiT-*-njL"r. IS"--, And wUlioui m>y
furtjit*r pft.yni*'nt of J:;tt_;r*.*-t."
\v. r noy.x.
Tjppntyof t<iin<.'t�� an') Work-'.
J, ��. Coyle.
AstWt. (Jen.
Pii-tsuii'ter a ment
liAlCKIt,   rON'F^I-nONK!'.,
nml i-niL-rei' Kir.
Wediling Cake, a Specialty.
���tijitKiiS! ii _;.<__*.���_. a ys-
l   -U..HMu>.1*-M>
Hi DM0"
I Tn the City of Vmtcouver
i      cr/s<ii��7s��^:e:n:.:is      cr/ns-i-j-t    mn     ��trrs,.
Tins i^hiird went hor on tliofu bean li fni
wliile skirls: mii.:es tlieni (iirty :ill
n mn ml tlu'.lioLioin���-so yonM nol/wunt
to wasli th'-'in yiitiiM-If.
We want tlifni for yon. tlionj.:h.
We want to make them Hetm nml
bright aiul ti*ef*h. We inako all liiiun
look fresh ami sweet.
Victuri.i, Ii. f-., I-; Ji;:i<-. i'lrl.
1 [I _il:ill iivilfi'n promptly i
. [g ..lUt'lHll'li t.
ami 1'iui'i'ni
0. I!.:
Revelstoke, B.C.
VAN'''''UVK^ '.
and  I-JflTUltN	
Good from'the lOtli
to tlio 14th of July
Inclusive, .   ��� ��� ''���.   .
'>/3QnTxv*aa^*ai��2afiiornKnTBi_rc:c_C-r'_-^ -nrra?/
Columbia River   Waggon Road,
to 8-Mile Creek. i
F.. W. IJ. P.ipict, Prop.
Si  ll'."I      l..l|ii.*r*.    *.'".
t'liivt." nil",   l��* r-.: ���!*..
. >'"l
Scif    Horn::   Treatment   for    Ladies.
i--oci.ili.-m which liavi.* li.-cn .'i.lo|.t<'il
and paU*li<!il on to tlio (ire-cut jnc-
vjiliiiK system of coinpotition unil
bt*en made to fit into it without limiting any cliuturliiinci", evtn with
universal consent ami applmisi*. The
postal system, prevalent tliroughont
the world, the government o-.vncr.ship
of telegraph lines in Great Britain, of
railways in many Enrojieaii coimtric.*,.
in India and the colonies, of water
works, gas works, electric light plants
anil other public facilities, obtaining
in numerous municipalities both in
the old world and the new are all instances of socialistic theories in
actual and successful practice. Why
then does this very ancient little
socialistic principle that the govern-
wnt or people is the real owner of tbe
Kh��i Itiilliviij' i-'li.iiiil. Ilovcivlok- Ht.iiti.ii
Mil)  II -'-'in
The Double Eagle  Mininp; and Develop
ment Co..  Limited Liability.
I* ,
NOTICK is hereby Riven th.-it tin*
uniiiiiil .geneial niei-ling nf shine*
holilein nf Lhi-s e'liiip.iny. wlll_ III* ll.'lll
nt the 'eoiiipiniy's ntlici: nl. Ki*ih"si.h.
B.C.. nn TliniMlay, .Iiilyllth, 10,1. nl.
2 p. in. The li'iin-fer lifiol<*< nf t.lif*
iiiiiipiinv will br> closed from .Inly. 1 In
Jl, J'JOI."
A. II. II(il.lili-'ll, Serrclnrj*.
.-���"* *|l*i .1     'Ti-ii
i-.ut'i,     ,-.'ii   .,.-[..:-j.. -I   1.^   I"*.   I ml*|.I'i
lite.''riii^i"iif A*.'! :il .it   l:i*v* I-i,,*.... u;. in ;i; "
1 i��n-miir.liiy llu*-'' n in ''*'ii". tu? ili<* i*..n*.*.i"u
| llu.i .iii.l .*..lll nii.iiiiei'..I llu* i'i...i.n   it   I'i
Wili/ui'll   Ji.inU  l-���   Villi.*   .Ti'iU,   nlj*.>.*!:.
I'liin*.  iin-I **i.i I'l.Icniii.lH  i'ihi  'ni*   t-.'ii ���l fie
.illl.-.. ef He iiTiiiiieiit Aei'iil ��l   i:< .. '-'..I..*
.Ill it'..I utt'.T Moil.liu- !!*.'"Jllll ll -'illlt
Ti.'lt.liTi ul.l luu li" * ..l,-t*l*'M"l i;til'*-�� in.!,!.
<mi .ii; lh.* Inrm- *..i|ii.!l"*l. -l*.':i.'il n Um r1..*
iii'f.uii *.l.rinitiir."-../ lh.* ren.f.���*������.���**.. m.'! n.�� "i; -
iiaiiii'il  In* mi  .i.'i.|.j>ii:il I'lu'.i'ii* .hi n rn 1.1 i
imiili  n( i'iiii ..In   I n.iiiil" in tin* iiml.-r-i" I.
fur tii*. rn. in <>f ���-1*. 11 u ii11 f.''1 i-'.'-iii 'i.il!:-r-. .* I���' c',
.-hull I..' tn.iein.l if Un- i-u.-t> (��� i.-.i-r.i,.*
ilfc 'in il i(n.'lit.'i*'. Pli.i*"n! r.icf \*. h..*l. eiill' .1 ui.'.ri
le .1.. -.ti, el n h** 1 -��.11 to i*(,ni|n��"_.. lh.- norl*. i',ei.
tfni'i'* I inr. Hi.i iix'^-'t ti.i*i*."..>.-.-*f,il 1�� ii Irr
er*! *..lll In* r.-i ii.ii. *i upon **lfiilh_" <��t I'oiii'.wr.
'Di'*   |i< |>*i: tin.'lil  i-   i:��t X, r.txi'X lo *u*t'..;,t tie
I lev. I'll "I" 'III*." teieler
iv ". t.ni'.i:.
H'l.iilj (.'.��i:iini*.*i'.ii' " nl I.'i:i.|- uii'l Wi.ri.
, liv-iii*:
Any Kind of Transferring
������I* nt   ','������ M. f-iiivini
.���J.iie;.,. .Vx.T ** ;;ir.'n
The Great Western Mines. Limited
NOTICK is heiuby ftxverx that, llie
.'irinuiil general nu-cliiiK of shiii'i;*
holdeis in this coinpany will In* held ill.
the eonipanv's ollice at Fei^usoti, II C.
.���in WeilniWhiy. .July lOLh. IIHI1. nl. 2 p.
in. The transfer boiiki of lhe nml*
nanv will be closed from July I to
10, 1IJ01.
A, H. IIoi.Dicii, Sfciet'ity.
Jas. I. Woo&jcovs
Trciirtwll .'lulu-, "inim, "lliiiitc i
f.arili'iiii -Mlilltirf Invi-I'.li nf Wi^t Kf.
Wliere Inf.ileil: 'in I.exliiKtfiii Mniinlnln,
n(.,ir I'fi'.l i;ri.i'!i l.rlilKi*.
Till"' Ni.lii'i' H>nl I* '���'��� ''��� flr<*i*ii. fif Xelvon,
netliiK ni ni.'1'iit for Hi'" " Imi'iTliil lii-veli.|.-
int-iit Sviiilii'ii!"* I.li.illeil." I'n- MltiiT'i
'���i.'rtlflrnto N". I'.l'.J.OII.Iiil.'iiil, ��lxly 'Iiiv*- from
the flute hereof. 1" iM'l'ly '" ''.'��� -MlnlniS
tterenler for n i"i*rtilii'��t" of Ifiii.roi'"nii.nl*'
for t'i': puri.e*"* "I i,bi ul n I ni; it f.'ro-.iii linnit nf
llio iitiove chilin.
A nil further lull" noli'"' lhu! nelloii, muter
���Jertit.il *l~. ii"i"' '"' i'iiii".i''ii'"''il l��'*I*ir.; lhe
NHiinneeiilmieh Ci.*l llfieiil"*  <>( liiii.ri.vetiieiiti.
lintel this hieiitii'th il.iyof .liu..'. lWl.
1*. I,, a.
Ifctaii   I)e,l|er in ���
Beef, Pork,
Mutton, Etc.
Fir.li ant) Game in Season....
All r.r.liT.i -,rtiiii|ill}' .'llleil.
^"Tixx^ZX RfiYBJiSTOKD. B.G.
--(iel a im'i.ici'iioi' kodak  nml   ��'"joy
I'l'operi V in-fit- f In.' Coin'i- li'.'t*.!'. ('nst
ovei* i"!:',').)", I'm* wiln ill .SKKK), I'Vii
Ifrni". .''H'l I>.'"'��� ii-'Mliii's f'l'l'ly to A.
.IfJJI.VHON, Mei'.ilil OITii'i*.
ON HF-CON"!")   KTHKKT-a.  Ii*;ni_:niii
This L'xciii'sinii will bo tukon iidvimtii^R ol' by Uio inajoi'ily.oftlie*
oiLi'/.oiiH of KoviilMlnki! iiml Uio sui*i'Oiiii(liii;jf country, ninny of whom
"hi'.vo no.vt**!* had ."I'l'lt.'ir.i.'o lo visit thu "Motf(i]>olis of tho North Pnoiflf!.
Ample, timo will bo g'ivou Lo visit, outsiilo points. Thoso not wisliing to
loavo Hoviilstoko on tho 10th may j_;o' on tl*.o 11th .-mil then arrive ill
Vancouvi'i' in Unu*. to view tiio Grimil Pnritdu���5,000 Orangemen
j    -oxpoetotl in lino. - ���
J All R. C. lofiivos wust of Tlovolstoko will bo in .'il.tondiinco ;is well  us .
s      i/.ni^i.'s liom   thu   IS Lilies of  Ori'Kon   mid   Wttsliinglon 'and - possibly
1     fJii!il'iiriii-i.    Tin; IJulvo nl" (Joiutiiuohl's Own  Al iii lai-y Bund is, engaged',
!     for l.'-.e t'.iiy :.k ii'.*ll ilis other.-; from inilsiilo points. , ;
j A- 'irsl oli'.ss ]irogi'ainmi! of fipor's' including Laorosse,    Base .Ball,
] " elc, is b.'inyUvt'aiified al. BraokUm Point, Stanley'Vark. _
.- .Tins linn. N. Ohii'ki". AVnilaco, Sovereign Grand Alastcr, 13. C. Clark, v
\ Al. J'., iiml \Vin. .lohnsLon of Bully Kilbey, Ireland, are among thu;
j     ]!i'.'iiiiiii..*iiL (-"peukers of the day. '
I (..'.mio ali und enjoy yourselves.     For  fiti'ther information see large
posters, - ��� '     ���     ' ..���       .,
I'.ii'lii's iiilc.'.iiling (o take, advantage of the   excursion .vain.,should'
leave Lhoir names at. the JIi*_i.,vr,�� ollice or with lhe   secrelary of the L.
lhis opporliiiiity to visit the coast can bo arrived at.
W.  C. BIRHEY, Sec. L. 0. L. Ho. 1658/
Rates:   $1.00 per day.
Good accommodation.   A good Bar, well supplied with.
Choice Wino3,  Liquors and Ciffars.
Free Bus Meets AH Trains.
i-uerin.*:.. Props.
yiiitif-ell. rneCanmlii Drug & Book i;o|-md on eiinv teruiuof payment. Apply
keep Ih.'iit -it .ill prices. " K> *����� ����� *5I IH1ALIJ. Ileal  ISsUte  Agt.
Paiil up Capital       -...*��     $2,500,000.
Rest Fund  2,050,000 '"
DI It ROTORS:     '
Wiii, .\iii--oii M-n plieison. l'lesideiit j    S. II. Eiving. Vice-President
W. M. Itaint-av.      .Suiiuel Finley.      J. P. Cleghoi'ti,
II. AJarkrand Molson.     Lt.-Col. F. O. Hcnslmw.
James Ui.tiorr, General Manager.
A Ronernl bankini; business traiibactcd.       Interest nlloivcd at current rates.
F. McBETH. Manager
Kevclsto&c, B. C. ixl)
fl       J*
Tl*    J.. A.,  I IV!
Takes a
Province. Its mining, telegraphic and. local news
is gathered from reliable sources and present ed
to tlie reader in attractive shape. As the local
paper of such an important Bai'hvav Oentre, its
attention has always been drawn to Hallway
matters, and recently it lias definitely 'taken up
the task of fanning- itself into a vehicle of railway
news in -which railway employes all over British
Columbia and Alberta wil! nnd the news of the
Great Railway System, to which they-belong1, and
of- personal and the happening's aSectin^ themselves and their fellow employes. THE HERALD
has long* enjoyed the largest circulation of any
paper published"..in--the district, which is "now
rapidly increasing* among the Railway Men iSast,
West and South. It is hardly necsssa-ry to point
out to any .shrewd businessman the advantage
which it thus offers as an advertising1 medium
throughout the entire Held which it covers.
. It takes a foremost place in tlie race? for prominence" and popularity .with business houses.and
as."a consequence doss more business with those
requiring* Printed Stationary -and'" oflice supplies
than any other "Printing 'Establishment- hi- Eastern British'Columbia. The class of" work turned
out has been pronounced equal to .anything* of the.
kind.executed in the large cities.by much larger
T<C!  ap.TiTT*\"i--"*ir*..r5   TJE?*'5 "h**"-1   "���HI". ��?���   1 i"3* ���h-c^-sH".   Tja^-ciCl *i Tn.. ^"rrrrscs fi��ir2lci'T*'e3
Jl-O   t.v.1 u.']-iuu*w/.     ty ,1'..'._..-.    O-f.J.O    ACvliX^kLi li    S.Oj^-ji3iLi   &.��.��.���   U.y jJ*-'   \ri-T-*/'j.j i-gZ) ij-ki
and all. work entrusted to THE 'giEBALD is
handled b'y experienced workmen who thoroughly,
understand tho proper use, of the material at their
only; printing* .house in the district? but it-does
claim to1 b'e '
1 r.i.ril.tu-.       .-'"lie
I Mei.*..|i/.ie Ai'.-iiii.'
j  .Molll...    Io llj.t.l.
[..i.    N't.lnry    1 n1'1!..,
I.*.*.c I**u.l.i* "rliilHin.
m;;Vi:v, M'cautj*:"*'. .': i'Ini.m.'.m
JJ.url  (it-, i-si.lli..|t.-r*-.- V.Xf.
^iiliL'itur- lor iiiipc.'i.ii liiiiil: n! I -ilelli.
l'ii*ii|.:iny lti ml-, to Iot:n nt S pi'i i *. ii'
i I.':**r MJ'.Kl.l,  1:j\oI*1oI.l* station, It. l.\
Certificate of Imiprovemens
siriv e
lull:**.:     Mm*!:i*li"ie .".\-_*lllie.  Tic\"( elol-e, ll.C'
si. ;:>..��� us td Tin*: o. J', it,
iitli 1 til Olll.cr, <"lt\ ol  He\L*l*.H)liC*.
.���.lrriiut.i-T iiti'r.iit, ui.vi*:i.:,ioi;r".
I'iciii'l'iiii; -or*, ic (-**. ul 11 n. :n. un.l T-.ll) |>. ".n
Clll-*> IllOClllllf   Hi     till!    l*lo*,t*    Ll      UIO    lllUI'lllllK
-or*.K-e- Miijtuitli School iiml illlili** U-*. ill .".:..ll
Wi-ufclv 1 r.i\L*r Mc'lltm cil**."> M e.lnc-iliiy
ti.unlti'i: nl ':���'(' 'li.e I'liblio nil* i*ji��.iiui>
inwu*;..   Si'iils Irue.
I'.ev. C. I.ahm.i:, Tnstor.
n. i*::i!-ii s- uii'l:. 11, an'.i iii.is.
Elgin n in., lli.lv t-iieli-iri-t; 11 ii.m., nintin*,,
Hiin\ inul-crni.-ii (ll'.lv l'.ii|.lnin**l  lir-,1   sun-
ilil\   iii  UiL-  lni.iitiii:  2-...I   Miniliiy   si-linnl, of
ehil'liuir- -.ltmi*!*: ,:.." I.vliimiiis (I'lu.nil) unil
-eitiien.   Jl.il>   In'...*.���11.*-*  Holy   l-ui-hnrr-i i*.
|.L*lL'ljri.lUll.ll < 11.111. Ol  S 11 111 , ll*. nil Hell llccl.
llolv Un*.ti-*i.i tiller .Si.ml.i> School iii:::l.'i.
i"   \. l'kui uMJ.i*. UuL'ior.
rui'-sii*. it'i.i.i:*. tiii'itdi.
.-ervieeoi'iTy Siiiiilny ul 11 n.iu. ami
to �� llll'l. "II a*"*-' wuli'iililll.
H ji. in. c\l*i;.' >. L*'l:u'-.lay
1'1'aJLT HIL*L.[lllg III
"Dni'.'i,'' "J'Iil'Iiii.i" rt i nl "i.lu-i"
illiiii't'-iI i'luiin*. t-il ifile in ihu Lunle.iii
*M itiiiijl-C i_)ivis*iuti ul' \Ves,L Ivuulen.iy
Ui-l i-ic-L.
Wlv.-ii* lociilcd: Alonn Pool (jieel*.
iibinil, A mile aliuve lui(!"-*e.
TAI'-I': NOTICK Lli.it. I, F. <;. Gieen.
fiC Nelsiin, ;u*l iiifc a.*- ;if;i'iil, for I!. 10.
(Ji m-c, l''rt*i*-Miner's (V'l'tilli'.'it.i' Nn. I*.
.")IKl7l*, iiiti'iul, sixty .lays frum llu* il.-.lo
hureof lo n|>ply Ln tin*-Mining; Herinil-
I'l- for curLilUalo*. i.f iiiipiuv-eiiiunls, fin*
llio ptiipofi) nf (iht.iininx Grown
Ktvuits ol lhu aliovo claims.
Anil I'lirLher t_nl;u milieu that act inn.
under si'dimi .'/. must liu coiiiineuei'il
hefoii* tin: ish-n.'incc of such cert'lic-alL'S
oT imjiriiveiiii.*iit*..
D.ituil this, 1st dtiv of .Tune 11)01.
F. C. Ciii:oii:\.
Certificate of Improvements
i:r.\". w. c. C.ii.iii.i:, l'u-'.loi".
Itl.ll..*.' I UilOI.Ie I ill'l'.l'll.
Mn���   ��t  <():���'���' n. in .   <>��   .'ii-a.   .'..'i'iiiiiI  imu
to.inli riiinilii/i. ni lliv moiiili.
i:i:v. 1-atiii:��   in ivi:n.
.���.ilvatidn .mimv.
.M>'*-*liii'.; every niBlil in tlti'ii"  Hall iin  FronL
St reel.
yyy>   ..-=__ J '���<���?.
\ J \    V-t-    \
A ^ W
Uni ]*e*.**e Doproc ir.ocl. j-cenml  und fonrtl.
Tiil.*.i1i.\*. ofo.ien  month; White Ilo-i*   Detrrcc
i!ic*-*i^ third "J'uo'*<liiy oi'utu'li quart.jr. in Oildfel-
in**s lU.W.   Vi.-,iiin*. briiilirun wclccino
l'ro-iidciil. Scirutniy.
/^'S5'>\    Gold R.-ir.fjc Lodjjo IC. of P.,
i��r}l?M<\     No. 25,  RcvelstoUo,  B. C.
!tf$)'    ���*
Xsry"."'*.',!}   Jlccln pvi'rv  Werine.-i'.lav in
\��0-</   OiliUVllnw*,' Hull at HnVlni'li
^*em*       Vi-.il imr Kuii;lils iuvilcil.
E. Ct. l-*U!!l!infi!*:. ('. C;.   ':     :    :    :    :    :
:    : F. XV. .\1al'i:i:��!OT. IC. ov II. ii K.
J, .,* -tofii'iir 'nicetinijs are liulil in thr
'���������-'S Oiiafi-lliiw's Hull oil I lie Third I'ri-
*-'**,i-*.-r, ilny 01 eneli inontli, at *- p.m. sharp.
_.- ... yi-.ninir ljreihi'L'ii cnrdinllv invu.ja
thos. sti:kii, W.M.
W.ii. IHUS-il', Jtuc-Scc.
"Choll-i" "Tiiscon" and L. V. (Fr.u-
lioniil AliiiGi-al (Jl.iiins t-iLuali*, in thu
JjimliMiii .Minim; Division ol West
ivootunity Dislricl.
Wlii'iu lueateil : On Luxiniflon
Mountain ISoiith West of I'.v.i mine.
Take notice that J, F. C. Green, of
Nelson, aclin;; ns iikohL for Aiulrew F.
Uiim.*iiIii'i*��i*i*, F. M. C. IJ. r.U_>SI mid
tin* liupeiial lluvelopineiil .Syiiilicale.
Ijiiuiteil, [."rei- .\liiu*r's (Jerl ifieale No.
I'. '2'2lill>, inlend. sixly days liom I he
ilali* liereoi. to ,*i).jily lo llu* .Miniii-;
Ki'coiiler lor ci'itiliiiite-. of iinpiove-
nielits. loi the pittpi.se of iil.taiitin^
("1 nun (jrniit s of tin* iiImivi* eliiims.
Anil Itnilu'i* take not.jcc that aclioii.
iliuler section '31, must he iniiimeucetl
liefo.'U the i-SMtaiice of such cerlilicalco
of improvements.
Dated this first, ilny of 3uni* 1001.
��� F. C. G in*....**;.
Certificate of Improvements
"Joker" Mineral O aim, situate in
(hu I.aidu.iu -Mining Division of West.
Jvooteiiiiy District.
Wlii'iu' locaL *t! : On Lexington
Mnuniaiti adjoi '.'ng Eva group on
T *.ke notice that I, F. C, Green, of
N. 1 on. .-ic-tip.*; aa agent lot* the Imperial Development Syndicate Limited,
i'i ee iM 1111*1'*-. Oerlililale No. li, '3'20'iG,
intenil. sixty days Irom lhe dale hereof, to apply to the ".lining Kecoidui
for a cei-tilicatu of improvements, for
lhu purpose of (thiamin.; ,1 Crown
I'r.inl ol I lie abovu claim.
And I'liilher lake notice Hint action.
111.der seclion '.il. lutis-t he coinmi'iici il
liefore the issuance of such certifn-ale
of improveineiits.
Dated lhis lirsl day of June. J001.
> "    F. O. (*i::*_i:n.
A. H. HOLDICH    :
AND AS3AYER.     '
lloynl School cl" Minos, London.    Seven years
at '.Morfu' Works,   S'iiiii*-eii.     1"   >er.rs  Chiel
Chemist   to Wipiin fioni nnd   Iron (;o.,   Kng
l.ate I'heir.isr ami Assnvei, Hull Mines, l.ld.
Cltiiins c-ciiminecl unu roporleil ii|>on.
r - -Revelstoke, B.C.
Mixing EndtNKEit,
Memlier .Vmerican institute Mininp- l*-n^itie*-rs
Memljci' Ciiiiadiiin Minliij^ Inslituie.
it_ivi.r5'iojci:. li.e.
ExaiiiliiBtlon of nnd report*! on Mineral propel ties n specially.
H".   Eo ^v ARD S
UI.Kll llllAIlS, 1IIR1I3, Etc. mou.nti:i),
J*'urs oiciined and l^epiilred.
I.0Vi:i:!Nf!'f3 OLD STAND     :     Pecond Strcol
1 # tymmtm M r 1 t*j Wbtn/Jk.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.      . -
"Imperial" and "Bnlfour",. mineral
claims, situate in the Lai deau mining
division of West Kootenay dislricl.   .
Where   located: On    Lexington
mountain, south of the iiva mine.
Taku notice that I, F. (J. Gteen of
Nelson, aelini; a*** aaent for J. 3. Foley.
F. M. O." 15- 320:5a Corv -*.lenlieii-.k, F.
M. C, li.32.U2L and John Bi-eiiniiml.
Free Miners Certi flea tr No. 13. :*2037,
inlend li'J days from the dale hereof, to
apply to the "Mining lU-eordui- for
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of ohtaining Crown Grants of
the ahove claiins.'
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must In; ci'iiiinr'in erl
bafnre lhe issiiaucu of such certificate
of improvement**.*.
Lilted lhis Sth day of .rune.   1.(1).
'    F. O. Oil LEX.
_-._-.*^^..-.-.   .���...j���_....��� AJN_4.iU
And in a position to give as good vai tie for the
money expended, either for advertising' space in
"-its publication or for Job Printing', as ce��n be given
by any other house of the kind hi British Columbia, Write for Samples of Printing'. All work
turned out promptly. "������ One price to'jail. 2To job
can'be too larg'e or'too small for THE HERALD'S
consideration. Special attention given to orders
by mail.
In-.pect.on '   of      Metalliferous
IXSl'KCTOltf,1  PiPTitJCTS.    '     .
Tit*: Iii'ipi-cmi"* ��f MetiillirurniK mliici lire
luTObv ii-��i*?in.*il lhe fnlldiiiiii,' ns llieir rope.'-
live li'isjiiji'ilim Dfsti'lcls Willi lieiii|i|iitirl(��r*t ns
nijliiil. lii.-li ii*.^i.;iiiiniiit' to niku jiliico Trout
.11111... l.'Ih, I'.'.H, ntiti! (nrllier luiilce.
At:i:illll.M.li DICK, Iii��po.*!��ir.     ���
ll(.iiil.|iiiii'ti'rs.    ('rinilirooU.    ofllco   nl
lii'|.iily .Mlnliij* I'.i'iiinU'r.
Iii^|.i*i*'.luii   liUincl sliull    cniiiprlHo   nil   nr
Mii-t JCoi.letmy unit  iil*-n  ll.ini  i'.lver inlnliii*
Di. I������ Inn <if West Ki.i.luiiiiy.    *_
111   ill1iiilll.ll   id   Un.'   illllle*!   .(if   llis|i(.|.|(ir ��.'
Melnilll'i'r.iii*.  ii.Iiie*., .Mr. IMi I: will ulso net ie
ln**lMt.tor    (if    Ud.t!   JMlueK   uitliln tliu sutiii'
lAMJ..-> .McnitKtiOl*., Iiispoctor.
lli'U'iiiUlirte.'K,     ot'iU'i*      ol        .Mlnlllf.
Ueenrili.r,  Nrl-illP. ,.
Jii-p.'ell.ill   llistriei   >-liiil)   eoniprlxo  nil   of
iVi..|   Km.lenity    e<cepi   tiout   I'lvej  Mlnlni;
li)vl**ii'ii iiii'I nl'.'i Ha' ili'iui'l i'nrlis nml Kiule
liiver MliihiK Iilvl-lon*. .".f Yule lihtik'l.
TIIO.IAS .MOI'/IAN, Iiispei'lnr.
II it. <")f|il iirler*., l,u\ ur111110111r.il Hi! Ii)i;��,
Ip.; ei'linii i'ihtrlcl.  Vniii'iiiiver,  Islam!  unil
l,'( ������.*... Iil.lrlrt. d
*:r Mnrunii Is nl**n Inspector nl Conl Mine*
/or ||.|�� lil<*tr!a.
Netii*.* i*i liereliy iilven ef ^ncii Iiisi ectleii
DN'lllls mill lltll't ill llci'dl'ililllce wliii die
���1iii|.i*i.||i*ii of-MeiiillliiTdiis ."*lities Act, li.'.i","
un.l Alnenitinir Acts, iiollie nf nei'lilellts it.
....nii!i>.li'* liiij.pciiiiiK^'ltliln nny nf sneh lils-
trict^ iniist lie prntnpliy repurle.l li'itli In the
ln*-p.,eli.l nf *-ue!i llf-trlil nli.l iiluu lo lhe
Mnil��ier nf Mines. Yici.trin.
In inlri'S not liii'lnilvil in the nljovu Pit tr lets
tiniiin;;. rs will report, iiulititllcntc. to Hi.'
.Minister of Mines rllroi-t, wlm. If he eoiiililers
!t neeesMiry, v, 111 n*si*;ii 1111 ln*.iiectnr to
tpecli.lly report.
Hlnnk loi ins n poll which to innkr reports of
-itieh 'itcriilents   mny   be  ohtiiineil    frihin   the
In*.]., cinr (if   tin.   District, (r.nri   tliu   .'lliiliifj
iteeoriler. or upon ni.plleiilfon to this nflicu.
Min liter Of MIiich.
Pcnnrtmi'iit of Mines,
oiii June, I'-Kil.
Certificate of Improvements
NOTICE.      '
"HI ue .T.t j-" Mineral Claim, sit tint u in
lhu I-iii'(U*au milling- division of West
ICootenay dislrict.
-Where   located: Ou   Lexington
Mountain   one-third of a mile south of
the. J'-va-inine.
'1'ake notice that I.   K.  C.  Green  of
Nelson,   acting us   n^ent   for  Dan JMr-
Inlosh. Free Miner's Certificate No. 11.
:'2()10, inlend   00   ilays   from   the  iliilfi
hereof,   to    .apply     lo     the     iMiiiiiie;
Kecouler for a Uertideate of  Improve-
mi.nls.   for the ptirpuse of nlilaiiiing a
Crown Brunt of t ho above claim.
1    And lurther lake notice that  action.
-Ullilc!'-seel.'ujirr*7-rtiiti**lr-l7ir--1*0111 me need
liefore Ihe   issuance of such certiliiale
nf improvements.
D.it'.il lhis 1st day of .Tune, 11*01.
F. C. Giikio.v.
\V n.tten   fm*   liie  Wcilern  Minins   World bj
Mult. W. Ani'.'.'r.-on.
"You c.in't see lieyond the (loinl ol
pick." it. a favorite expn.Msioii with
many praclici! miners: and a man
who lias ih irije of important miiiin*.;
enlei prises wiote me not Ioiik since :
"Sly experience as a uiiiiei tells nn'
that coiijectiuo and presiuiip lion avai]
hul little against the pit k and Mioiel,'
A few days nyn a man iilenlilied M'ilh
���1 Ixxxyt xxx'xxx'xxtiyt schenie in this state
remarked on the street: ".Mining is
o.i'.v a n-iiuhle.��� I advise men, if lhey
have money with which 10 speculate.
Lo buy uiiiiil!*^ slock ; but, if lhey have
���-money for investment, to put, it into
.something else than a mine."
Now. is it true that success tn mining
is entirely dependent upon chance or
unknown ciiiilingpiicit's- 'i The element, of chance must be considered in
ever}' pioposilion, to be sure. The
tanner who plants runs the ri.-k of
losing liis crop by frosts late in the
.-prinj.; or early in lhe fall, by hail
sloini, visitation of locusls or by liie.
The slock grnw-ir snlfeis heavy lo.-sen
.it times fiom contingencies ovei
vyhich he cannot e.xeicise control,
and ihus it is in every walk of life.
.Aie the risks greater in mining than
in any thing else? If so, there must be
leiison fni' il ; and one of the leading
ii'.isons is that, because people believe
success is dependent upon chance they
do not give llu'inselves lhe preparatory
training necessary to make success
possible. If there aie no fixed laws
governing mineral dcposits,'_if success
is only a mailer of chance, then one
man would do as well in charge of a
mining enterprise as another. Success
would hu purely and solely a matter
Failure must necessarily follow in
any enti-i prise when pel sons imbued
with such ideas enter upon it. Vet
we see them do il in mining every day.
The gambler is not so foolish as this.
He counts largely on his skill. What
show would u novice staml. iu a game
of stallion poker with an experienced
player ?
I'ut is success in mining a matter or
chance ? Who are our successful men
today? Are Lhey not invariably men
who have gained experience in everyday life, men who have met with a
number of failures and reverses, pet-
haps, before thev acquired thi-
tiecessary skill lo make Ihem masters
and give them the ability _to make _ u
success in their chosen field of elfort,
but whose success is in no sense of the
word a mailer of chance ?
The laws governing Lhe formation of
placer deposits are fa'uly well iindei-
slood and' it would be a. poor miner
indeed who could not, hy virtue of his
past expediences, be ableDto predicate
with comparative accuracy something
of fhe probabilities "beyond fhe point
of the pick."
The time has arrived in quartz mining "when we know a little moie
about it;'' when weknow to acertaiuty
that ore deposits were made in ore
channels, made on the face of the
earth and governed by the same laws
that govern slream action at the present day. ' "
Is it a matter of chance that suc-
tessfnl mining men- go into othei
states and lind good properties? They
.would .110L   say   so...   Those  who..iue
The past   week has seen a   remarkable and perhaps unique condiLion   of
a'1'aii'S in the -world of organized lalior.
The      Iniei'ii.ttiona]     Association     of
Machinists   on   -Monday  opened their
convention   in   this   city under most
extraordinary circumstances.      It was
the largest convention in  the   history
of the association and was   opened   iu
the   midst   of   and concurrently with
lhe greatest light the union   has   ever
yet uudfci'tii'ken.      The   most remarkable feature of the situation   however
is   the extreme   orderliness and   comparative smoothness with   which both
these events have heen  running   side
hy side.    There luus scarcely ever heen
seen   a greater   instance   of complete:
organization   and   control    of    great
foivi-s.      On   the one hand a battle involving 00,000 or  70.000  workmen   i.s
organized for the purpose of   winning
thc   nine-hour  day.     Everything   i.s
ready, and, as one might say'  "Touch
the   button   and the   machine will do
the rest."     Sure   enough,   the button
was touched,  and   from   that   out   it
looks very like as if  the machine was
doing and, in fact, has done  the   iv*st,
without, any further interference fiom
those who started it going.
Leaving their well-organized machine to do its work, having faith in
the law governing strikes���the first
elemont of that l;iw heing complete
organization���the very men who have
been most active in bringing on the
conflict, quietly and without the least
fear as to the result, betake themselves
from the immediate scene of action,
and as quietly sit down and legislate
new laws and improve the old ones to
meet new conditions in the interests of
and for the bettering of the conditions
of their fellow-workmen.
Occasional echoes reach the legislative hall from this somewhat scattered
fight afar off, but little heed is paid to
the rumbling sounds. For on thevery
day that the convention opened, the
president was in a position to make-
the triumphant declaration that "the
nine-hour day for machinists is won;
lhu ten-hour day has gone, never to
Perfect organization has in this instance, as it will in all similar cases,
served the purpose of the strikers
much better than a resort to lawlessness and disorder ev--*r could do.���Toronto Star.
"Tlieliini'* (fractional) and "Canon"
(rriietioii'ilj mineral claims, situate iu
ilie Ln nl en 11 milling division of West
ICo.ileiiny ilisli ict.
Where Incut ed: 'Oil Pool creek
it'ljilining the Tliehnii and Orna mineral claims.
Take  notice  tint  I.  ]���', C. (Sreeii of
Nelson, ncling "*< agent I'or lhe   Imperii.I   Development  Sviidienlc,   Limited,
O'lee MinerVi Cei tilii'ate  No.   J.. ....Oif).
inlend (I'I d,tv>- from lhe dale heieol'. to
npplv lo ihe Mining Heioider I'or
et'i'l illcale of iiiipiovenieiils, for the
purpose of (lbtMiniiig'Uiowi'i giants of
the above claims.
And furl her I nice notice Ih.-il nilioii.
under seilioul.7. inn**!, be com uu need
before the issuance of such cei tificatcs
of iiiiprovemeiils.
Oat ed this fiisl day o' .lime, MOI.
F. C. (ilt..]...v.
xmtrmjtrrM h.-mhiuji
Printed and Published by
A. JOHNSON, Managing* Director.
Declaration of Dissolution
of Partners^ip.
Wc. Clitrcncc William 1'iclil, nf (5olilen, 11. C,
nml WnltiT Hew, of llcvulMok*., II. (J., form-
erlv n'omlH**-.of the linn carryliiR on 1iiihIik<��s
flsilriiri;l��t*. nml ineri*l.*iiit�� nt Hcvc'slnko, hi
tin* Province "f J'riiMi I'oliuiililii, nnilcr (lit*
st%lo of *������ I*-Iul>l .t Hem," <lo licn.1.*.- perllfv
tlint the **nl.l |,iirtn<ir>lilj. win on tile JStli ilny
of .hino, 1'.*lil (li-**oIve<l.
Witm-moiir linii'I" thlslSlli "Iny of June. A.
p��� l'JOl..
Tiros, o-jsi'.ies. 1   ,. w Finm
Kn.-sland mineral claim, s-il u.itc.'l in
tliu Lsiidruti i\liuiiif> Division of Wesi
ICoolenav District.
Where local ed: On Lexington Mountain .South of IheUvii  mine.
TAICI'.NOTlOI'.lhall. F.C. Oreen.
of Nelnon, ncliim :i.*i' aircnl. for Corv
Menhenick K.M. C. I*, '.fl 021 and.I. J*
Foley I*ice Mini-r'n Get lificate No. JJ.
:._S.0"U. intend, sixty days fioiii the date
hereof, tonpply totlie Milling Kecouler
for a certificate of impioveineiils, for
the purpose nf obtaining a Crown
Hiaivl of the above claim.
jVnil further lake notice that aclinn.
under section 37, iiiii��1 he eommeiiced
before Ihe issuance of such certillcate
of improvements.
Dated this Sth day of .Time 1001.
F. C. GltEEX.
aci|itainted witli the circuinstances
would "not say so. Their success is
almost eufiiely due Co their ability and
pluik.   .
That "you can't see beyond the poiut
of tlie pick," that "mining is a
gamble," thai "one man cm see under
the ground as fur as another" arc
excuses of men who believe in luck
and who fail to take cognizance of the
fait lhat lheir failutes 1110 dm*, in
most instances", lo lack of training or
experience, gome points heing overlooked lhat might have, been plain its*
day to 11 skilled miner. The old-iiiying
���"Tit. not in ourslai'.", hut in 0111-.elves
that, we are undeiling.-i," applies lo
mining as in everything else.
Mining men visit pio.-pccts every
day that inexperienced men think are
piospective bonanzas and walk away
knowing that every lea-otiable probability is against these prospects ever
amounting to anything. Would the
mining men feel this assuiance if they
couldn't see "beyond the point of the
p.Cl*.?" " *
Millions of dollars are invested in
mining propositions every year and
those investments arc nt least as
remimei alive as in vestments in other
lines of industry. Each recurring
year such investments become safer
and more |n oiluctive by virtue of the
increased knouledge and skill thai
come with extended study and experience. Tht- man whose mining theory
doesn't enable him to sec "beyond the
point of the pick" should follow the
homely, hut terse advice���"Trade the
theory off for a. yellow dog and then
shoot the dog."
Closing Down the St. Eugene.
The report as lo the probable closing
down of the St. Eugene  properties at
Movie  which appeared in The Miner
last Wednesday has been  confirmed.
The      property       will     close     down  -
about the end of this week.     For some
lime the" company   operating the  St.    ,
Eugene    have     been   shipping   their
concentiates    direct  to  Belgium* for���~.
both  smelling and   refining.     While
there   h,'.s  been h  profit in this, it was.
evidently not considered enough and it'
is   said   lhat for this reason thei e will
be a total close down.    This will be a
severe' blow UK-Moyie. as the town at
present,   depends   entirely   on the St.
Eugene   either   directly   or indirectly
for its-existence.   There   are  several
small properties being worked   in  the
vicinity of Movie,   but from the small
number  of men   employed   they   are
comparatively unimpoi tatit as regards
the town.   One of lhe best of these is
the Aurora group, on the. opposite side
of    the   lake  from   Moyie.   wliich   is
owned by the men who sold the   Lake
Shore, to | the Gooderham-BlitLkstock
corporation two years ago.    They are
well satisfied  with  the results already .
secured and will continue the working
of the  pioperty which will eventually
make a good mine fiom nil indications.
The same conditions which retard the
development of lead properties  everywhere    in   British   Columbia  at  the,
piesent-time.-will lilsokeep Ihe-Aurora���"-
fiom   being   worked beyond a certain
point until a lead   refinery  shall have
been established in Canada.   This also
applies to Lhe other pioperties lhat are
being worked  in  the neighborhood.���
More Smallpox in East Kootenay.
Provincial Constable Barnes of Fernie. who arrived in Nelson on Sunday
with a number of prisoners, reportB ���
1 that smallpox ha*.- broken out again
in East JCootenay. This time tho
di.-ea.se first showed itself among a
gang of men who were employed in
railway work, who were. living in a
ear near .Movie. When the disease
was first reported there were seventeen men in the car. Tho patient
was at once quarantined, and the
others sent on to Spnrwood, a small
station not far from Moyie. In a short
time four new cases developed, and
the entire party is still in quarantine.
Constable Uanics aiso says that three
cases of the disease*, have lieen reported
from Michel. This is a much greater
number of cases at one time than
there were during thu former outbreak.���Tribune.
The Magazines.
The Railroad Telegrapher for June'
fully maintains the high place, which
it has gained among the hrotherhood
journals. An article clipped from this
number under the caption of Harmonious Relations wag reproduced in
our last- issue and is well worth
pet usal. That is a pretty stiff yarn
from Ort-7-14 about the hobo operators
wooden leg.
The Railway Employees Journal is A
new weekly publication issued nt San
Francisco. It is a staunch and powerful supporter of the United Brotherhood of Railway Employees and is a
[ very readable and interesting sheet.
.   i1 ������������������l-H"t*M"l"l*'i'4**H**i������t4"l***4"l"i**H'*l"l'  Disinfectants!!  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  Foul Drains, Closets.  Sin bl<! or decaying  gat-lmge need i'Ium*  attention. Don't wait,  for au epidemic Lo  break out. but get  some  CHLORIDE OF  LIME  CREOLIN, JEY'S FLUID  Carbolic Acid or Powder.  Yon can get any of these nt  Canada Drug & Book Co.'s Store  ***T"I"IT*H"f*H-I"f ���������f*'*l***I.*H'*T.*l"l*r*J'-l  t&Utyny xViUr^rf-uJAeO  BORN.  Nelson���������On the -JOlh hist., to .Mr. and  Mrs.   John   Nelson.    Kevelstoke.   a  daughter.  MARRIED  VanHornk-King at 21 Queen's Ave,  Victoria, the residence of Mi*. C. 11.  Aing, the bride's fat her on 2(ith in-t  Miss L. B. King to Si. Vanllonu*,  C. P. R. brakeman Revelstoke.  Notes of News.  ���������Ice Cream Sodas every day at  Bews".  T. H. Dunne i<= away on n holiday  trip to Vernon.  Mi's. D. M. Rae is away at, Golden  on a visit.  Cory Menhenick of Cainhorne is in  town today.  Thos. Taylor, M. P. P.. left for his  home in Trout Lake City yesterday  morning.  C. J. Rumens of the Standard came  down from the mine on Wednesday  and left for Spokane next morning.  E. A. Bradley has opened an office  for the Duquesne Mining Co. next  McNeil's barber shop on Front St.  Mrs. Tomlinson ancl family and Misa  Lily Valentine were passengers for the  Landing on yesterday's boat train.  E. Adair and party returned this  week from doing the government  work on the Lafoi-inc creek trail.  The lievelstoke City Band is leaving  for Trout Lake tomorrow inoriiing to  assist at the Dominion Day celebration.  Miss Robinson, Miss Eraser and Miss  Creech were outgoing passengers for  the coast on the delayed Xo 1 'this  morning.  .1. Reighley was in town yesterday.  He expects to get the .lord.-.n creek  trail put through to the St. Lawrence*  group next month.  E. McCarty returned from the coast  this morning, having secured the  iiiachiiicrv.and engines for t.he* new  steamer.  Lovers of billiards can enjoy a (jtiiet  game at Brown".-billiard room. Tbe  tables have been recovered and put in  first-class shape.  Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Denison and  family of Vernon came in yesterday  and are spending a few days here on a  visit to Mr. and 3Irs. Jas. Webster.  The Fred Robinson Lumber Co.  will give a tingle fare for the round  trip on the s. s. Lardeau to visitors to  the Trout Dike celebration on Monday.  The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist  chinch wi.-h to thank the. mauibers of  the band for their kind services  rendered so ably on the evening of  June 27.  Services in St. Peter's chinch tomorrow, fourth Sunday after Trinity  will be us usual al S and 11 a. in. and  7.30 p. in." Rev. C. A. ProciuiKr  ot.iiiating.  The Herald regrets to   learn   that  D. Strachan'.**; condition   is   nut   very  ���������favorable.���������-���������He- is���������gradually-getting  weaker and there is   very   little   that  i.s hopeful about the case.  A big attraction at the Vancouver  celehiation of the gloriou.- Twelfth  will be a con-ert, supper and ball '.it  the city hall in the. evening for.the  nominal admission to the whole ei.-  tertainnient of fifty cents-.  A6 ka^sfecLy tr-ns Jfl^   Cthttyri^vuc.  t$T*< 'VUKilO' ^-^.njlirf^p   xfyf-^   J*  Come and  see  our Beautiful display of  SPRING   MERCHANDISE.  &\ Fancy White .Muslins, All-Over Laces, Valencium, Klc. Swiss iind  Jj< Dainty Muslins. A most beautiful display of those. Fashionable  (jj.)   Goods in various colors at loc, 17c. 20c, 25c, and 50c.  Rev. R. J. Mclntyre of Toronlo.  arrived on Thursd.iy morning and  proceeded   to   Kiulerby   on   the  next  The deal ll sentence imposed on Fn d  Collins for the minder of Arthur  D.iiulo has been commuted to imprison,  inenl for life.  The plant olitheWavcrly and Tangier  Co. p.iichasedby Perry Leake is- to hi*  installed nt lhe Marble Ray mines of  Texada Island. So ends one of the  most unfortunate episodes iu the  mining history of Koolenny.  We regret, very much lhat pressure  on our space prevents our giving a  repoit. of the very interesting proceedings at the closing of the public school  yesterday. A full accoun I will appear  in our next issue.  Messrs. Starkuy and Allen, the fortunate locators of the. Oyster group on  Eva .Mt. are in town, having taken a  bond through .Messrs. Stillwell and  Ro.sonbi'rger from eastern investors  on I he property. $00,000 is stated t.o  bo the price.  The Standard.  II. P. Smith, who came in from  Pendleton, Oregon on Monday last,  started up to the Standard on Thursday. On his ariival there the working  party will* comtnence taking out as  much ore as possible in order to ship  by the steamer in the fall and make a  thorough smeller test. Fsom this on  till fall striping will go on and development work be recommenced and  prosecuted through the . winter  months.  Busy Times at Camborne.  .1. II. Voung of Coni.iplix was in  town on Thursday. He has just come  down froni doing assessment, work on  propertie.- on Eva Mt. and he says that  up on the iiioiiii'tnin one would think  the great Boer war was going on with  shots going off every ten or lifteen  minutes. Slrult and McKay have  taken a bond on the Sir Wilfrid for  $."0,000. 5 per cent down and Sim-key,  Allen and" Innes, the. owners of the  Oyster group are reported to be  putting through a deal for the pi operty  nti a $00,0:10 bond.  T. .1. Graham is It.  There was a very small attendance  at the school meeting this morning.  The only noniinalion put in was T. J.  Graham, by T. E. L.Taylor and G. F.  Curtis and he was accordingly duly  declared elected by R. Tapping Lhe  chairman of* the meeting. The  financial report showed a total expenditure made by the. government in  this school district for the past twelve  months of $010 00. The minutes ami  report weie both adopted and the  meeting adjourned.  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in the Compounding of  Prescriptions; and our care and skill  ���������the results of experience and  training���������assure   that ee of ac  curacy. And, in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Biing  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  TAYI.OU BLOCK.  McKenzie Ave  The Waragraph.  The Waragraph show which has  been going on in the opera house since  Thursday evening is pronounced ' by  everybudv. who has taken it in. as  quite surpassing anything of llie kind  yet seen here. The train elfects are  greatly increased by the accoinpan-  nient of sound from the stage, a remark which applies to the other scenes  in which lhe realism is thus helped nut.  The f-ivorilu-n u m bei-of-uhi" program me"  with must people is the piece entitled  The Sign of the Cross, which has  elicited      great     admiration. The  man igenient have devised a method of  steadying the pictures, which adds  greatly to the effect. The show is wei1  worth a visit.  The City Council.  Met as usual on Friday ei cuing.  Present the mayor, Aid, Taylor, Abrahamson and McLeod.  c'miuissi'oxDKxci*:.  G. XV. Bell asking for poition of  Fourth St. running west from Boyle  Ave to be cleared, the clerk was  instructed to notify Mr. .Hell that the  street is outside the city limits and  advise him lo apply to lhe provincial  government; P. R. Peterson enclosed  a lettei from the provincial secretary  on Lhe matter of fence viewers, matter  referred P. W. committee with power  to act J. Pickard oif..red to do  scavenging iu lower town "only for $13  per mouth as be wished to use refuse  tin .bis firm across the track; R-  Tapping complained of having to pay  a license for every show in the opera  bouse, while travelling public enter-  l.iinel-s played in iKhel places in town  without, having 10 pay a license,  referred to Health ifc License coiuiiiil-  tee ; ll. V. Clare saying Lhat R. Caley  refused to pay for work done on City  Hall and that they held the city  responsible, decided to pay the account  and stop amount out of sum payable  from the city to R. Caley.  Aid. McLeod was appointed on the  court of revision to take W. S. Newman's place.  IFQUIJII-SS**.  Under this head Aid. McLeod  brought up Lhe question of, clearing  MeArthur Ave. between 2nd and 3id  Sts. and the mayr.-i* asked that the  matter be referred 10 the P. XV. committee to go into.  After nrranging a meet nf Lhe court  of revision to meet Judge Spr.-iat at  1 p. m. Saturday, the, council  adjourned.  The Methodist Strawberry Social.  The   wet   wealh'.'r   proved 11 serious  damper   to     the     strawberry     social  on  Thiiis.ii.v  1 ���������.-x.-iiii'-t     mi     -.ni.     grounds     of   the  appointed to -Nanaimo at the last   con- j .Methodist parsonage.     In spile, how-  Jerence. ��������� ,.veri ,,(��������� *_|lu heavy   showers the   ladies  The Hkiiai.d regrets   to   learn   that j Mood   to   their   guns   or  rather lheir  Fred. Robinson, managing director  of  train, where he ha, been stationed    to I ^.,,...--,^.1 l0 ,IlV-o place   o,  succeed Rev. R. N.   Powell,   who   was   evening     on     the     grout  the Kivd. Uobiiisou Lumber Co . is  very ill with kidney trouble. He cam.���������  , home fr.11:1 Comaplix on Wednesday,  having to be earned wrapped in  blankets on to the sti-aiuci-iiud train.  A very pretty and taking feature of  the social to be given by the ladies nf  the Roman Catholic chiiieb on Wednesday evening next in the npr-ra  house, is a selection and chorus hi m  the comic opera ,of Wang in which  nine young ladies Millies Mary Ed  wards. Jo-ephine, Emma and Adele  1-rf.veciuc, Lulu Patrick, Eleanor Pa et.  Eleanor , Bell, Pear! Robinson and  Harry Dunne, dressed in Japanese  costumes will take part.  A report is in circulation that the  Kaslo it Slocan railway, which is operated as part of the Great Northern  systi tn. ab-olntelv refuses to haul  silvei-ead ore fiom mines in the  Slocan to American smelters that are  operated independent of the Smeller  Trust. The Great Northern railway is  controlled by James J. Hill, the same  man who. it is said, controls the V-ti,-  couver. Victoria Si Eastern Railway  chaiter. What kind of competition  would his railway give points iu the  Boundary and Similkameen districts,  if it is ever built?���������Nelson Tribune,  stalls, in which flowers, candies and  especially aprons were disposed of. In  the evening the parsonage was invadid  and relie-hiiient.s in the shape of ice  cream, stiawbi.-rrics. etc., were in-  ��������� tliilged in by a large crowd of visitor.*,  The Kevelstoke band rendered a programme of selections during the i.'ven-  itur. The handsome stini of fifty  dollars was realized by lhe sales made  ri"i I be decision.  TRUK  FRUIT SVIUJPS  Are the fluvois used  at  HEWS    FOUNTAIN.  THIi  .CK CREAM  US lil J  i.s the very best anil  true   Li   its   name.  There i** (imple ficcriinrrKKktiiiii  liulilii'l the screen, wliere yen  run ..It ever yonr ileliciotiv mei  conliii*.* draught uliilc you dim  with your friends hih! enjny  your."!.If generally.  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist and  Stationer. . .  B.-O'VN' BLOCK.   TEL. <U.  Police Court  ���������(Before.]. I). Sibbald, S. M.I  John Gorman, one of the men  imported hy lhe C. P. ll.. in take the  nhu-c of ihe strikers but who ha*' ������������������ also  declined to go to woik, was clung, cl  this morning with stealing from Donald Lade, another nf the same party,  S'29.1'.'. in ca-h and cheques for Sl'i.tO  and j0 cents. The theft w.is committed in the 100ms in wliich these men  are being lodged and boarded at the  expense of the trackmen's union. Thc  prisoner pleaded guilty and was sen  tenced to one year's imprisonment  wilh hard labor.  Still Holding Out.  There is no change in the situation  on this division. The strike has resolved it*-tlf into the question of which  can hnkl out longest the trackmen or  th..* track. Tbe strikers have not tin*  smallest intention* of returning to  work and the coinpanv has failed to  fill their places. The utmost order and  Km id feeling prevail*-.. The train from  the coast i.s pretty regularly on time  about, thiee hours late, but the Xo. 1  comes in when it feels like it. The  .Arrowhead branch and Okanag n  branches are still running. FYom  Ashcroft comes news of I he arrest, on  Thursday last of .las. Jones, C. P. II.  detective and claims agent and six  specials for intimidating some Italians  section men and forcing I hem lo woik  on Alonday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  Th<* ease was t.o come up at Ashcroft  yeistcrdiiy. The arrest is said to leave  the whole Pacific division without  pa I roi. This morning's No 1 is Paid to  have dropped 17 Italians from New  York and a foreman ut Donald, who  are closely w itched by spcci.ils to prevent the strikers speaking to them.  Mercerised Sateen Skirls in endless colors���������all prices.  Perren's   Gloves  "We sell the Famous " PERKENS" Cloves.     Once worn always  asked for  Boys' Blouse Suits  Just   to   hand. the.    finest shipment of   BOYS'  BLOUSE SUITS  These are the best make in Canada and don't rip anywhere.  Btlg  We have, just opened up a  large range of Beautiful Sateen-Lined  All-Wool Serge and Worstered Suits and marked them a wav down.  CALL AND SHI*; US BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE.  THI*.   WIDE-AWAKE   BUSINESS   MEN,   MACKENZIE   AVE.  The difference between rent paying and the Birkbeck plan  of Rent Purchase.  RENT PLAN  Pay $10 or $15 per month for the  use of somebody else's house I'or  10 years. At tlie end of that  lime the landlord owns the-  house and money, the rentpayer  has a package of receipts.  BIRKBECK  PLAN  Pay from Sit) to $1." per month  for the use of a hr.me for t e  years. At the end of that time  you own your home and save  money ever afteiv  J'or Further iiiKirniHlid'.i apply to  LEWIS BROS, Qr *t0 G. S. McCARTER,  General Agents.  ' Solicitor.  Waffle*  r4  4 PRIME BEEF.  S3S  m  m  FISH - AND GAME IN SEASON.  -,i* ��������� -"*   ��������� , - *.    *,  T  ,">J"_^^-X^^3SC"������-?^  m  Continued from page 1.  the same time held responsible lor  the care of his sectionas'a foreman  would be. The company .('quires the  foreman on the adjoining section, and  1 ankitig as such, shall pool his salary  with lhat of the degraded foreman  on the adjoining section, so that each  will actually receive un equal amount,  The seci.ion man under lhis arrangi-  ment. has, in tin, event of .his working  the tracks cannot be long maintained  in safe condition ' without the assist  ante of a large number of skilled and  experienced men wh.i are now awaiting the company's convenience for a  conf'.rence seeking to adjust the  differences existing.  overtime, an advantage, as overtime  money does not go into the pool. What  he loses in rank is therefore compensated for by this overtime advantage.  Neither party, however, appreciates  being subjected to such an arrangement.  OTH Kit flRIKVA.NCES.  In the event of any man being  dischnriced or lined for any alleged  cauue whatever he has absolutely no  Konrce of apneal.' In case of derailed  trains through.defective rails or othei*:  wise, the foreman over the section  where it occur.*! is discharged. He has  no opportunity to make explanations  or defend himself before his superiors.  Accidents frequently occur simply  through lhe inadequacy of men und  proper material to keep the track in  safe condition, yucn harsh conditions  of employment lire amongst the krei'.-  estfelt gi'iev.cnces the men have.  TIIK HUM'S IIKMA.VDS.   ,  The Winnipeg men through their  central committee at .Montreal, in li.e  p oposed schedule already published  111 full, ask for advance in pay and  in case of .lilf.-i ences a fair and speedy  trial before their Hi ft .superior oliicial  im t .1 party to lhe dispute, and that  at the ti ial the workmen to have the  privilege of being defended by a fellow  \ orkm.tn. We think thil a fair demand lo make and feel sure that the.  public sympathy is with 01 in such."  The rate of pay asked for. though il  is an increase, would, even if granted  liejiinch less than is paid for similar  lalior. for initiince. by the city of  Winnipeg, and numerous conlractors  operating in lhe cily.  Iiiconclusioti, Mi. Editor, we know  that all competent foremen in thin  district of which we speak, are solid  with us iu the demand and have suspended work and we can guy the Mill*  for the men under them. Xou cnn  also rent assuied that they have no  intention of returning to the service of  the cojnpany until some better understanding is arrived at.    We know that  Business   Mention.  ��������� ���������Ice foi sale.���������Apply A. N. Smith,  ���������Ice Cream Sodas everyday at Bev, s,  ���������We have a'fresh supply of tangle  foot flypaper, poison fly paper,  insect  powder and blowers at Canada Drug  & Book Co; ���������  ���������The newest hooks always come in  as-Sooii-as-printed-at-the'.CaiiadirDr'jja'  Si Book Co.  ���������New    vaccination    shields    very  comfortable and only 15c. at the   Can  iida Ding & Book Co.  ���������If you are troubled this warm  weather with corns, we have a new  plaster that fastens around the tor.  and removes com in two days. ' 25  cents per box. Try one they' are  excellent.    Canada Drug ifcBook Co,  ��������� Up to dale shirt waists made at  the Madison Parlors.  ���������Always.read the Canada Drug Si  Book Co's ad, something new. antl up  to date all the time. ' *  A GOOD  NAME....  N bitter than riches  We hnve thn name of Milking  the only HlrllHh .-J111 In in Town  ��������� Inr <1 orablIIty mid .-utility  they al-iij excel.  .TRY ONE  RS. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  IjJ.F. McLeod I  Confectioner and Grocer  Fresh Eggs  ������ Butter  JI Vegetables  9 ahiaya on liuml.  11 Ice Cream  *  Home Made Candies  a specialty.  THE COMMERCIAL  CENTRE OF THE.  \  "rn  T  ���������JU^-v.. lAnwSUi   X-_d^  COTJNTRY  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $fS and $100  KEVELSTOKE  B. C.  ���������a"*^**r������*^**a^*<i**ir^  JJO.HN.D. SIBBALD,  .rf  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  -AGrE-IETT   JE?*0_Ea  '"  i\Ci-_.J_.   EOlillJ-.**      I M Alt A 'lOWXtjlTI..  Cnnn.lu I'orinniient A Western  ''iiiiitilii .MuriKiiiju C'(ii*|Miriuli....  iiibk*.living*, i.oiin and Hnllilini; Association.  I"*T"CTTI>AlV.rE   I    < Imperial Fire.      Oiiiirillnii Klrc.       Mercuntile Flro  \    oLIKAnLt   I    .'-.���������ui.iiil'iii Kire.      (Jaleilciimn l."iie.        '<-'"*������"���������*���������">���������  t l.inile.luriitiiui l.lfu.      Alius .-"Ire.  HOUSES FOK SALE AND RENT.  rlM AJN LiAL- \.,(^iiv.1" ..jiv.r,������,vu ^,,i'r������rr!>'|'*.,,.������*.  i"    O V LFOK SALE,  ���������*>*  fr  fr   ���������  fr  fr  fr  PPPPP**}*!*.*-*^*.!!.**.  Address Pevelstniff- Station.  ^^^^^-^JWWWMltiMilW^^  Honest ad miration is elected by  those who wear our clothes. Thoy- ai-e  always correct, elegant, suitable. It is  pleasing to be well attired, and pleasing to be conscious that others admire  your taste. By buying here you disarm criticism and usuallv save your-  s'.*.ir cash." "  HIGH* CLASS .LADIES''        '':  CUSTOM TAILORING  JOeSSMTHEART  . ~^���������       T AII OF?  MdKHNZIE   AVENUE".  Large and Well ,.iKlite(I  Sample Hooius   Heated by Hot Air and Electric  Free Hns Meets All Trains  Iteiisonnhle Itati's  Hells and Light 111 every room  -      t      ���������JIOTBL  YIOTOBIA^  ���������    ' -JOIIN-V. PERKS,"PiiOMtii.TOR      ' ���������"  N'l|?ht  Grill luii-ii in ('-.niiection for tlie Convenience or Ones.*  Hourly   .Street Car * ,���������, - -     -      ��������� _      --j  lletwee,. Hotel .ind Stat,,.,, . '   'K������V@Dst������Hl������9    !o(������.'  Wake Up  .AND SEE THE BARGAINS AT  ��������� GUY BAUBEB'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844 Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRINQ  R.H.MAYNE,*  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.


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