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Array -A  f.   '  - T  Vol    V.  No   47.  REVELSTOKE, B.C.     WEDNESDAY,   JUNE 19, 1901.  $2 OO a  Year in  ' i *-. -   I K.fc..  1^4W*^**^������^-������������^������xC<*4'C^*tf^S������^-4'������'**'*������'*4  EG  Our Tea arid Coffee Trade is  steadily growing. Why ?  Because* xve carry the best  yjrocuruble. There is nothing equal to  RAM   LAI'S  FsVE O'CLOCK  BEN mk  PURE MOGHA AKB JAVA  (always in ttock.  RAMMED STilSltE  British Columbia  ernes  will bo in this *>ve*ik.    Also  CHERRIES"  .     ^APPLES.  'x;:a'piuots' ";;;"' "'    *'  215-cases.  BERRIE DISHES  VVATEH P.7CHEF.S  "t'j M315KS  GOBLETS  .;tErV W-J-E'f������rr:TTP  Prettier than ever.  A nice range of Parlor Lampi  Prices surprisingly low.-  FRUIT SAUCERS  3READ AND BUTTER  PLATED   CRACKER JARS    CHAMBER SETTS   . A nice line fo choose Ivom  FRUIT  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By thc Herald.  Geu. Supt. A. JMnrpole unil Assisl.  Gen. Supl. R. .1. Duchesiiiiy caiiie in  yesterday afternoon.  Tin* Ilinli'lli unu iier trial wus cnn*  clu.Ifil ul Calgary on Monday night  unil llie prisoni-i' wu*? uccpiiltcd.  W. It. liiiKMell, station agent ut iMiu-  li'iul, hns been transferred lo Michel,  15. I'. . Ilia hiicccbMir ut Macleod is Mr.  Thompson.  Doiiulil .1. MeDi'i'iniil, blacksmith in  tin* Tr.iil railway s-liups sprained liis  light. ankle last week liy making n  misstep while engaged iu lifting.  Il.irry Ililiotsou. travelling passenger  agent for the I". I'. 11., was crushed  tietwei'ii a street car mid a team Friday  .'ifii.Tuooii in Mtiuti'c.il and is seriously  injured. .  O. "V. Dey, C. P. R agent in Phoenix, expects lo s>peud his vacutioii this  year visiting the Pun-American Exposition at BuiValo. He will sum us soon  as he can he relieved.  The following appointments have  heen iniule iu the Northern Pacilic  -������������������hops al Winnipeg : Foreman of locomotives, IS. W. Lester; shop, foreman.  Ficd. lCnight; chief lioiler uiuker. W.  Sinilli uud uiusler blacksmith. J*  Keebler.  Chas, It.iitt h.is been 'appointed  master mechanic of the Canadian  Northei nsliop-, in the city. lie has  lor several years been shop foreman  under lhe Noi thern Pacific and since  those lines have coino nnder the new  managi'iuenl Master Mechanic Lord  has been reliied aud the promotion  made .is indicated.  It is alleged that Conductor H.iynun  has been disuiis.-.ed from lhe Canadian  Norlhei n ��������� through pressure lirst  l.iought lo hear on a member of the  provincial government und tlirough  him on the management ol" the company, the necessity for such action  being that the conductor isalso ulleged  to have spoken disparagingly of lhe  raihvjiiy deal, when ��������� it. wus ^pending."  The Order of Railway Conductors will  enquire into the circumstances aud it  is expected that unless proper grounds  for the action are proved his reinstatement will be asked.���������Voice.  Pints     Quarts     Half Gallons*  '��������� -MARRIED  PATEiisfJN-IiOvrJJiiX���������On Saturday, at  Vaueouver, by Rev. T. D. "McLaren,  Elmslio Paterson, chief clerk in C. P.  R. telegraph olHce, Vancouver, to  Miss Josie B. Lowden of Port Hope.  Ont.  BORN.  Blakhy.���������At "Nelson on the 14th inst.,  lo I'.iigineer and Mr*, Wakey, u son.  W*m^*w4r*4r*:jr4*<rjr4r*4r*r4r4r'r+.**  C.B. HUME  &C0  Police .Court.  (!!i_Iore J. li. Sibb-uil S. 31.)  There have ht-en already two cases  ai ising out of the trackmen's strike in  the police court. On Monday Mrs.  G-.illic.iiio. wife of Si. Ciiillicunn, was  upon ucharge preferred by some of  lirr compatriot*, belonging to the C.  ?. R. section gangs of selling whiskev  without a license. An Italian named  . went~in ''and"-bonght~' thF  liquor and ^Ihen laid--lhe lempluinl.  T.ie defence wus thut she had simply  ���������<o:d it i'or whul she hud bought it .in  .irder to otilige the purchaser. Then-  were good grounds" fur supposing that  the ease was only brought up in order  to get even with the uiun Gullicann,  who had gone up to Roger.* P-isu in tht*  employ of the C P. R. on Monday  morning and the magistrate taking  this view of the case declined* to  permit his court, to he used for purposes  of personal spite ami merely imposed  the cost- of Ihreuiii'tflii thedi'feiidunt.  A second  cuse   of   like  nnt ure  win-  broughtagainst Ciullicuno hiniwlf foi  the alleged fcule of a   bottle   of   I liu el  siime   time   ago.     The   compluinuiils  failed to prove llieir   charge   und   the  case was dismissed.    ' i  >  Deals in the Fish River Gold Belt.  Last week a couple of deals wen  put through'ou some of the recent  gold strikes. Win. Butler, the ownei  of the Gold Finch, has given an option  on his property for $50,000, and  Messrs. McKenzie and McKay, owner-*  of the Star group, have honded theii  property for SSO.OOO. These properties  are wonderfully i.ich in gold, and theii  is very little doubt* but that develop  ment will add to their richness  Samples of the i.uartz brought down  are i emurkable, even in the Lardeau,  for the amount of gold they contain.  Last Wednesday Mr. Stilhnan vvhc  holds- the " option ��������� on the Gold Finch,  went up to look at the property anc  adjoining claims, accompanied Ir .  Andrew Roaenbcrger and a party o:  five. Sixteen new claims on the gold  belt wore, recorded on Wednesdaj  last. The discoveries were made bj  Messrs. Sturkcy, Allan and Everett.  The excitement still continues, and it  is expected that it will have a stimulating effect   on   thc   development ot  Bridg-emen, Trackmen aid  Watchmen Formally Refused  to go to Work on Monday  Morning.  On Monday ii'.oi'niug at. (In. ui, ilie  iiii'inbi'i's of llu* brolhei'liiiod of rail way  truckmen employed on the U. I'. II  uiiii.i uud br.'imh lines from the Allan-  tic lo the Pacilic struck work in  obedience to outers from the grievance  committee at Montreal and thu chuii-  iiihii of tin* briilhei'hood, who i*<  directing uir.iii'3 from the Atlantic* end  at. Portland, Me. The company have  been prepuied foi- the strike for sonic  lime pasland lo all appearand, the.  .Montreal ollicials intend lo maintain a  linn alliludi'. The roadbed is just now  in excellent condition on this division,  as it, has jiistjjbeeii put in first class  shape for the Imperial Limited. But  at the same time three or tour days of  its being left unprotected would render  it uus'ifc lo run trains on lhe Imperial  Limited schedule through the mountains and there is nn particular secret  about the fact that the engineers  would have to refuse to run over it on  thut lime or to run at all at nighl.  Our leaders will remember notes  being made some little lime ago of  parties uf Italians being shipped in  here for work on"the line and of  galicians being hired in the ICdmonton  district I'or lhe same purpose Doubtless the company is relying oi~these as  a reserve force. On Monday night 10  special constables arrived at this point  from Winnipeg and were sworn in. in  order presuriiubly to protect the company's property aud right ef way in  case of trouble.  Last night.it llieoulers presumuhly  of the Victoria authorities several  men were hired by. the gold commissioner here and sworn in  as ��������� special _ pi ovincial ' police.  They"' were 'sent out '' east this  morning along the liDe.' with Prov.  Const. Upper in charge and distributed  at various points, piving to the absence  of all'goveriiuient'olBcials except Mr.  Edwuuls from town .this morning il  was impossible to lind ont how" many  men had been hiied or what their in-  'structions.were.: ..Today's coast'papers  report that'eighteeh'-uieii "hii've been  hired in the same ,wuy by the Pio-  vinciul Police at Vancouver and the  Inland Sentinel states that the same  thing has' been done at Kamloops.  The Hkhald altogether fails to midei-  .-.tund lhe necessity for any such action  on the part of the provincial aulhoii  lies.. ' Tliere has not been a sign of any  intention on ihe part of the men on  -.irike to commit any depredations on  lhe company's property.' "What call  is there for extra police? The conduct  of the employes has been,-beyond reproach. What paiticular trouble does  ihe government anticipate, that it  finds it necessary ,to increase. the  police force at this time?' 'If the C.  P. R. likes ' to h'ue men to  guard- their, tunnels .and bridges  and lo pay them for doing- the  work of the strikirg watchmen and  trackwalkers under the name of  special constables, there is.nothing to  say. It is the business of the company  to keep their traik open_ for traffic.  But what has the proviuce got to do  with it ? We consider the" course that  _the_ government, has, taken in hiring  these men to be most ill-advised and  so fi'ii" from preventing trouble tube  exceedingly likely to load to it.  Below is a schedule of ��������� the present  rate of pay for maintenance-of-way  employees on the Pacific Division,  with the rate now asked for :  (a) Yard foreman in charge of yards  having twenty Hve or more switches,  or at terminal points, pn sent rate of  pay 600 per month, asked for $75 per  mouth, '  lh. Ext rn Kang forepian, present  rale of pay S3 50 per d>ty, naked for  $3.50 per day.     '  (l) Section foreman, present rate of  pay, 855 p������*r monlh. asked foi* $05 per  month. ������������������ *  (d) Section men, present rale of  pay, $1.35 to SJ..40 p������r day. asked foi"  jil.75 per duy.  (e) Extru gang men, present rate cf  pay, SI 40. per day, asked for $1.75 per  lay.  (t) Bridge foreman, present rate or  ���������iay, S3 per'day, asked for ������1 per   day.  (*;) Biidge uii'ii. present rate of pay,  -j2 to S'2 25 per day, asked for $2.75 to  .������3 per day.  (li) Bridge watchmen, present rate  if pay, $45 per month,'asked for $00  per monlh.  (i) Track watchmen, present rate of  pay, $45 per month, asked lor $55 -per  monlh.  .(j) Switch tenders in charge of  ,.ifetT switches Nos. 1, 2 and 3 on the  ������������������Kicking Horse" grade, piesent rate  >f pay, S40 per month, asked for $C0  per month for services from 7 to 10  ."clock, and 20 cents for the first call  ind 10 cents for each call thereaft r  lining the next twelve houis.  riles. In no city h.is Uh* strike* move  m'lit collapsed or. been iibuiidnuud, lit  ihe sumo time there,'ib sulllcient' linsi-  n<"-s on baud-for the International  union to attend to nt." one liuu*. and the  pi oposal lo extend the nine ho'iir duy  to railway woik appears to be post  poned for the" present, The business  of the recent, convention on these  iiialleis was keptseciet. Au important, step was taken iu incieasing all  din's* 10 grand and subordinate lodges.  A resolution wus adopted itici'i*.i.sing  llu* dues25 cents per month und the  per capita fee fiom local lodges 10 the  (.iiand Lodge from 20 cents to 40 cents  union1.)!, thus doubling the receipts of  ,lhe Grand Lodge from this source.���������  Voice.     \ -      '  ,.!���������-  How They Intend to Form  an  Issue With the  Union.  NoiiTHPORT, Wash.; June 12.���������It is  believed here that' the situation at  NorUiport 'is not'.-the outcome of an  effort to rig the London stock market.  It is thought.to boptho opening shot  in a campaign inaugurated by thc  corporation that, cdhtrols the smelter  and the chief Rossland mines. The  object is to increase the earning power  of the properties by a reduction of  ���������wages more or'less sweeping.  The mines havo done till that is "possible to reduce the cost of production  hy introducing modern umchinery  and labor saving devices of every description. The company is now credit-  d with the plan of paying a lower  scale of wiiges in the mines at Ross-  laud as a, means of earning profits  impossible under the existing scale.  This is the opinion held by the  miners'.union of Rossland and that is  why the union there is supporting  financially the smeltermen in their  light."        ..   -  The battle in progress here' is in itself n, side issue as compared with the  far reaching results which will attend  a victory for either of the contestants.  Those wlio have'examined the situation carefully are disposed - to believe  that labor troubles on a, far- larger  scale than the, existing difficulty will  be"*precipitated;iirRo!bsland as soon^-as  the North port matter* is settled one  ���������way or the other. -  *  If the corporation wins at North-  port the smelter will be started and  kept running at its full capacity for  six months on the ore already piled upv  in the reserve dumps. Then the riian-  agement, it is believed, can inaugurate  ,a cut in the wages of the miners em*,  ployed in the Rossland mines.        1    . .  Fully 900 men   would   be   affected,  ind as the union is strong the reduction will be followed by a strike, bul  when the sini'ltor is manned by nonunion crews and turning out nml te to  its full capacity the 1 nine inaiiageiK  could snap their lingers ul, the iiiiiii'i'.**  foi-six mouths. lu the hum nl,hue tin  union men could have been starved  out and non-union men could have  been brought into Rossland in .such  numbers as lo'dominate, tho situation.  The weak poinl in the scheme ji-  thai the snieilurtiii-11 may win tlie  fight hero and a sli'iki*. al. Ri.s--1.mii!  would undoubtedly hn followed by a  sympathetic strike here. To closi-  down mini-**! and the smelter at once  would not suit the management's  book.  At I'o.ssland the contract system in  vogue in the big mines is anything  hilt .satisfactory to" the miners. When  the contracts were introduced last  spring'the men ��������� were granted a ;sculo  under which they wore enabled to  earn good wages without being driven  hard. Since then, however, the contracts have been reduced'from time lo  time, the total reductions lo dati'  heing some 30 per cent, of the original  scale. The statement is made that  because of these reductions there an.  now only four contracts out of the  scores in tho camp that are wort h  having, and that'on the balance the  men are driven to their top speed to  make a fair day's wage. The management is credited wilh contemplating a  further reduction.  The interest that secures control at  Northport has the ball at its feet, and  a . attlemeut here will quickly bo followed by the development of the real  battle in Rossland.  A Delightful  Spot   for  a   Mid-  - summer Day's Holiday.  A'   pleasanter    place'   within   easy  reach of Revelstoke to spend a dav'.-  ,  . . ..I.,  # ,  _ 1 ���������  holiday than the Glacier Iionse canuoi  be conceived this hot .weather. No  matter how cloudless'the "sky there it,  none of the intense sultry heat' experienced down here in the-valley and the  air in the high region close up to lhe  snow is sparkling and bracing. 'The  spot is 'too   familiar   to   most "Revel-'  stokers to call for. much , description.  , . ...        ,*  The observatory built last year, .and  fitted with a fine telescope, is a gre.il  addition, as by its aid cine can vv.ithiuit.  exertion-'.examine .'.'.the-..-..wonderful'  crevasses -and chasms . in .the . to .lhe  naked eye smooth surface ' of the  great ice field, which'gives ils nami* to  the place. The accommodation in "the  w.ay of additional 'rooms has , been  largely increased. The spacious .dining  room is us cheerful a place to. parlal.e  of a first-class meal as eveV.-iud.-Llie  hostess. Mrs. Young,' spares no effort  to ensure the comfurt and-"pleasure other  guests.     There   are   four   Swiss.  'j.niili's iIhm i*   now  ;.y   lo   I'undui*'  t..i. .i'ilvi-i.1 uroiis   lo nnv  point. 111   th  .11.1g111li11.nl    numes  whiih    puiruuicl  the hoti'l .mil .1   Kivi-x  1 billet   !*���������   bi'ii *.  b.iill     foi' their' iii'Loiiiinoiliiliiin.    li  ' Ill*  Wcil.lll-.  il   i"-.Spi l.tl-t ,.lg litl     ,ip    llll'll  'mil llu* buds nn* ju.t ' liiiixliug 111I1  le.il". while the -uu-i*o uinl "bhinmiiiL  I liielcs nf l,he di'M: Hi-linn dealing ,iv; -  l.'ii lies of la-l 11111*1*11 Jl iiie sp ui'-rh'd  wu li I In* white 1 luii'psnf the stiou (low  ei'ami the gr.u 1 I'ul golden cups ol the  -ilucier* lily, filling the uir with m  etipiisilo fr.agruui e. A good long du\  '���������an In1 spi'iu, up jheic 11 mn, I'igln  o'.-lml: when llu* So.'2 laud- yiiiiul ihi  ���������.uitioii ju-,1 in liuu* liu* 11 goiitl liicul*.-  I'n.st lill'li.ill' pusi-jovcu when the Xo. 1  turn*- np to lake you buck after vol.  have jii.-,*, 1 oiiifui'i.ibly finished a Hi.-I  eliissilinuei. ll i*. j.1-1, .1.- cuiiveiiioir  us lhey inaki* il un I 11 il .y up llieiv it  unu cover a pleu-niil expel ience in 11  life lime noi easily loigolleii.  nettse l  mm  Big   Strike   of  . Galeua   Near  Carbonates and  the  Surface in  .  the Centre ofthe Ajax Ground.  ��������� The week hefoie last *-Y. B. Pool,  nianag.ir of,the liieut Western -Mines,  Ltd.. let a roiitr.ict to W. Hollmviiy  and 3. Russell lo sink a fifty foot shaft  on the Nettie "L. ledge on lhe Ajax  ground. The work was -.turled about  the lentre of lhe Aj.i.x claim at a spot  where ,1 considerable nulci op of rusly  quui'lz and iron capping led Mr. Poo!  tosl'ike Lhe claim in IS")-!. The inineis  hud baldly broken through tnis.  capping and got, down about five Ted  when they uncovered a big body of  e.ii-lioii.ilus and galeua. lhe most remark,ilile siu f.i'ce shewing yet discovered on 'llu* le'dgc. The stiike, was  made about TOO-leet from the big oie  chyle 011 lhe NeUie.L. claim and as ore  cun be lr.ice.1 all llu* jvuy, between *thi*  two points 1111 tho surface, lhe new  strike would ceiiainly seem Lo be ���������������  very fair indication' of lhe cniilinuiiy  of lhe chute all'the. way iluoiigh for  lb.it,distance*. .Mr. Pool brought down  2') s'.iuiple.-. liom I hi' strike tor '.i**,*-.iy.  the'resiiltsot-which., will -.he published  as soon as known. If the ore-inns  high enough I'o'.Ship'the management  will ���������commence ;tak'iig-,onl*-<*--hippin'g  oie and sacking it on ihu dump right  awav,"    '��������� '*"-���������   ? **���������������'������������������, ���������'/���������'���������     *;   _  SSi GREEK  OSLO FIELDS  ! '* '*"���������     Revelkdke 'GuVdiub. '���������'' *  " .Tho'followi'ig-w'as the'score' At"  practice shoot ou. Saturday, last,  birds unknown angles).   "' -        -  1.1.-.SSI.  '���������'���������Ai .1. McDonell 17'(gold"button").-  ��������� : A.-iMcRae 15 (silver tuition)  C.R.Skene IS '. '���������"  -'"U: A". Brown" 12 "-*- "���������' '��������� "-- , ." -  . J.'O. B.uher.12, ...', .*       ,.-.  ' ,  CLASS 2.  ��������� TriC. L. Tavlor 0" tgold button) ...-  ��������� A. E. Phipps 0    .     ,      v -, ., ��������� ...  the  (20  at Reid & Yoistiii's  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.....  Latest toevvs From'the' Fish  River Camp. Deals and Discoveries. Work on * the  Government Trails.  -Mi'ssi-i*. ytuitt and McKay,  locators  .ii the Sir Wilfrid gi oup on Pool eieuk,  ���������ompleted tin-   drill  yeiteiday  for llu*  properly wilh    A. P.   Hosenbeiger   ol  '.he  Prospector***  KM-huiige. Nelson, at  1   price   running well   up   in. in   live  llgnie*. with a haiiilsomo va-h payment  down. .  It is reported Unit ,1 bi-r l-.nglish  syndicate me endeiivoiing tn buyout,  lhe Impei ial Development Co's. properties on Kvn mountain. If the dent  goes thiough ihu new ou net's will-*  ������������������st.ilili-.il a fifty stamp mill at the I-.v.i *  mine. /  A. W. Dickinson mis made a new  -trike 011 his claim, the lirundon Star,  idjoiiting the Eva gionp, of a twelve  foot ledge of gold bearing quartz.  LawtenceDepew ol the Wide West  -Mining Co. of Detioic owners of the  Wide "West group has given a con-  iract for a'400 foot tunnel on the properly.  Mining Recorder Sumner is ke'ptbusy  recording now locations, which are  coming in every day.  3, Snulli. the Kevelstoke barber, hits  reined a building hei e,nnd intends to  come back ancl open up *i barber's shop  here al once. .  '  Gold. Cominis_*ioij*'r Fauquier was  down here last week and laid .out the  wm k 011 lhe trail.-, in the camp. Thos.  Downie Js running ihe woik on the  Pool Creek' trail from the Landing;  C. Bulla!d bus 'charge of const'iuclion  on a trail to the new gold fields on the  west side of-Fish River: -S. JMcCor-  inick'. ia working up Lexington Cieek  and A.-E..Miirray on the tr.iil'up Sable  Cieek. " '.' "'    , ���������      ' '     '  * .*'     -    1 *    1'  The  Fred. Robinson  Lumber   Co's.  ou win ill   is busy ,-fifli tig"* outers and  is .'  turning nut a big output of the,finest.."i  cediir.luiijhei* in the intei im*. ���������' _,      -.  ' Metal Traces Convention.  "The."   convention ' or "the" National  Mt-tal Trades "Association    concluded  its session liist week at "N'e'v'Vork. The  closing   'hmrrs * of the   session were  devoted ''to'"llie completion, "of oigan-  ization and   the final ai rangeineut of  plans     designed   to  'strengthen    the  bunds or "ihe manufaclurprs   in lheir  fight a'---;iinst lhe striking machinists. _  FivSTifiindi ed th"*oi*.sa_id dollars,  niised  hy assessment, is lo  be placed at the  disposal of :t slrike committee*,  to lie  used in biihaif of the employers.   ".  ���������'Asked as to lhe use of this fund, XV:  J.. Chalmers, chainiian   of  the   Pi ess  Committee, said:   ������������������ I snppose'we will  use it as the-strikuis do to suppoit their  fellows, pay pickets, .-md   meet'other  general   expenses.    We   used Sl(~0,C0O  in the Cleveland st,iike, where we paid  some meii'iL bonus of $1 a day.   There  are millions more if lhey are needed.  .."We have .just received a_ telegram,*'.  - .   - . -.   *f''L  The Machinists' Strike.  Ko  general   settlement    has  been  ffected in the Machinists' strike, and  lone  is expected   now.   Satisfactory  jrogiess is reported to be made in the  properties  on   Fish   creek    and    iti I various cities and ehops are continually  tributaries. starting up work again under the new  Ties For Men, in Flowing Ends.  Derbys: and Boas .....  Ladies'  Sailor  Hats.,  Ladies'  Blouses  ALL DESIGNS  AND  PATTERNS.  iimnier  Under-" "���������  . wear  Boys Cotton Duck Suits, just the  thing for Summer "Wear.  he added ������������������from ihe Pacific Coast,  pledging 11 lout of 123 firms to membership. - We have delegates fiom  San Franc ifco, .Seattle and Poi I land,  *nd the extreme- *.*. est is with us. We  111 e gratified lo receive their support."'  ������������������We know nothing." he continued,  "of a Conciliation Committee fiom  Toronto or elsewheie, und no man not  a member will geta hearing before us."  We seek no trouble, but propose to  piotect our iniere-ts and industry.  We are pel fed ing dUiinct oiguniza-  lion.*-, which will be in uiueusuie independent, bin all the members will be  in the National A*.**ociation, and we  will wru k back anil foi lh iu haimony.  Weiegurd thc-outlook'as biuUfuctory,  and we are elated at the support we  ure getling.  ���������' We an- suirering no loss arising  fiom delay on 1 outracls which we  weie fulfilling at the lime our machinists stiiuk, for all our contracts contain a strike clause lelcasing us from  liability." '*.  I-  Eyerything1 new.and up to date.   You are  especially invited to inspect our stock.  MAIL ORDERS   PROMPTLY ATTENDED  KEID :<8c  m^jrjmjm^rjttjm\f1m)0^rj^  . * -,     Big: Strike on the Maybe.  ' '  -Manager Pool 01 the Donbkr--Eagle  Mining <k Developing Co. .received. "  word last night of anotlier reninrkahle  strike on "Nettie L. 'mountain^ This  time it is 611 the Maybe, whicli adjoins  the Xettie-L. and hckm'gs. to thc-  Double-Eagle comjiany; ��������� "W.'Hollo-  way and J. Itussell ha.ve a-contract to  sinlca shaft on_ the,Maybe, ancl had  scarcely commenced gettinjg. down  when the ledge v idcnecl out disclosing-  the presence of a v*"-"ry large' liody of  ore. Bill Hollow.1y.i1 Manager Pool's  mascot. _ He -made tho ih-st btrike in  the upper woikings of the.Xettie I_,  when the other minei'*, had .all cjuit,  working single handed for forty, feet.  He and h'is partner 3. KiisMillSrerc the  two, \v-ho broke into'thc big tire 'body  on the Ajax ground last: -weefe and .  , now th������ saiue.two Jigive unepvered this  Wi shewing on the Maybe.o   .,   ,  :~>kI ^ea'i Journal,  Published.By  Tho Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director. .  A Semi-Weekly Journal published tn the  laiertiii ot the railway men. mining men and  tnuiueu men of the Weit. Days ol publication  *ft ������;i������e*4ajran<l Saturday.  ADTEMIBIXO KITES.  Ditplay  inch  ������2  p������r  ���������di.,{1.59 per Ineh;  '    When Inserted  single column,  on    title,  vagi'  Legal ads., 10 cen!������ per Inch (nonjarlel) line  for arm Insertion; 6 cents for eaeh additional  Insertion. Local notice* in cents per line each  I*!U������. Birth, Marriage and Death Notices'  free.  ���������cncximoN katea.  "8 j mall or carrier, 12 per annum; 11.25 for  ill month-, strictly in advance.  OUR JO������ DE-MST-UEST.  proving the value of their propertii s.  and having done ������o_ weary with the  struggle uud disgusted wilh the ceaseless contention with f.itheiiU* I legislative folly nw������ pre.puiing to Hell out to  gome foreign com puny, wliich run  afford to ���������hut down operations and  hang on till the people of British  Columbia, open their eye* to the folly  of killing the goose with the golden  egfc-*, before the fowl bus even heroine  properly, to lay them, Thut. Ih the  utmost that any small mining venture  tan hope lo attain in this province  and it is plumb in luck to even get that  fur.  I.i one ol the best equipped printing offices in  ihe West and prepared to execute all kiudn of  Minting fn flrstclass style at honest prices.  One price to all. No Job too large���������none too  ���������null-for n������. Mail orders promptly attended  to.   dire us a trial on your next order.  TO UVRKESrONDEXT*.  Wo lu-rtte correspondence on any subject  of Interest io the* general public. In all cases  the bona fide name of thc writer must Accompany manuscript, but not necessarily lot  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager.  NOTICE TO COSUKsrONIlENTS.  I.���������AU    correspondence    must   be   legibly  ,*������rtitten on oue aide of the paper only.  'J.���������Correspondence containing personal  uatter uuki be signed with ihe proper uauiu  -.1 the writer.  <i. ������. GROGAN,  1-Miwr.  ALJ-.X. l.UCAR.  Travelling Agent.  Wednesday. June lHlh.   11)01.  UP AOAINSTJT.  TheiB is il lot of talk hi tht ue.ws-  p-tper.-** about the epic of the wheat.  . Uow about the epic of the ore. Frank  Morris in his impressive (story, tho  Octopus, bldn us weep over tlio fate of  lhe happy settlei-s of the San Joaxiuin  valley in the toils of the railway  tuonopoly. How a.bout the happy  little syndicates that were being formed all over Kootenay four years ago  to win the mineral treasure out of the  Selkirk     mountains. There   were  hundreds of them. Tho mere public-  ' ation of their applications for* incorporation in the B.C. Gazette converted  it from the size of a jerkwater Weekly  to the goodly proportions of the latest  popularity in ten cent monthly  magazines. What kecume of them  all ? It is safe to say that not one in  a hundred of them has survived.  Surely all the other ninety nine cannot have been wildcats. Some of  them must have been bona" fide  propositions. Where are they ? What  became of them ?  Legislation knocked out quite a few.  They "were abhorred of all men, who  saw a chance to acquire a cheap  reputation for far sighted -wisdom, of  solemn editors of coast journals and  above all of a legislature, straining  as usual at the infinitesimal gnat and  swallowing whole herds of monstrous  camels with gusto. Over capitali  zation was the only word for a wise  man's mouth in those days. Discrimination was something never  dreamt of. They were all surely  damned together in a lump these poor  little syndicates, to which these  absurd.people. mere local prospectors  and railway men and business men,  invited the public to contribute for  the purpose of developing some  property in their neighborhood, which  they believed to be a good prospect,  as if they could know anything about  it. The idea! But when the Graut-  "Gbvarivand'other illustrious promoters'  of mining companies, with Earls for  presidents and Colonels for managing  directors, wanted anything there wan  to'talk of over capitalization then.  The luck of the legislature was fitted  with a double rocket patent attachment to make it -supple enough nnd  fue thuiideieis ot the c-ms-t fairly  c*c<*-w*d wilh plfn-wd sntlnj*-in!*ifi.  And    no   wonder they  are  laying  down.     You can. if you   like   bleed  a  a calf to death to furnish a tew pounds  of  veal but  you   cunnot do that and  expect biio at the s inie time to make  un 1100 lh. beef steer, when he is foiir  years  old.     Our  calf is  pretty well  drained now.   To help a shifty politician lo a cabinet seat, to satisfy the  labor vote,  to aid  first jne  finance  minister  and  then   another to make  two  euds  come at  all events   within  ���������jiiiell of each other, for every and any  end except for the purpose of building  up  a   great tinning country  lias thi  government of Biitish Columbia,   not  lhis   particular one or that, bul ull ol  tbeui without exception  for   the   lust  seven or eight years, used the mining  industry  of   the  province.     lu   ISIX!  British Columbia was on the threshold  of bvt'otuiiig oue of the greatest mining  countries iu the world.   Hurt the  min*  iug industry been fostered  instead of  being bled, had the energy nnd faith in  the future of the district which existed  .tt that  time  among  the   people   of  Kootenay been encouraged instead of  being  squelched, bad  the taxation  of  mining ventures been kepi down and  money    borrowed   lo   open    up   tbe  country by the construction of road**  and trails, had the Dominion government assisted by a liberal expenditure  within the departments constitutionally belonging to it, hud our legislators  bound themselves  by  a solemn   self-  denying   covenant  und agreement to  leave  the mineral acts alone,   had   iu  short onr numerous tyhees of all sorts  and conditions just idopted the plan of  letting Kootenar get in and dig,- while  they , helped the proposition along, by  every means and method that a liberal  and  fur  seeing  policy .could  devise,  there would be by thiB time a mining  country here worth talking about wilh  a   population   worth  the trouble of  taking a census.  Hul the poor lillle >yndicates died  most of them in their infancy. The  hnndred dollar company liceure went  through them like choleia iiifmiUmi.  The legislature in its ligbteous indignation st the idea of any local people  even thinking of doing anything wilh  a mining property except lhe legitimate thing of selling it outright 10 an  English "company wilh a good big  rake off for the promoter of lhe deal,  in its noble wrath at any such unprincipled conducL even wanted to make a  dead sure thing by compelling these  syndic-sites to put up a tenth of their  advertised capital before being able to  obtain incorporation. Only the  hardiest, the ones with some man of  indomitable pluck and abounding faith  among its members survived the ban.  After a long and uphill fight in which  tbey have not only worked without  the smallest encouragement from the  1 government, which derives more than  one fifth of its revenue outside of the  Dominion subsidy from the mining  districts of the province, but in which  tbey have been placed at every fresh  turn ot legislation at a greater disadvantage mm compared with the rich  foreign mining companies, some of  them'have by   this time succeeded in.  * But instead ther have meddled and  tinkered and taxed where they should  have let soverely alone arid they have  stood by shaking their heads and  looking wise when they should have  put down their shoulders and shoved  and the natural upshot is that the  tinfortumue directors of the little  despised local syndicate that ha������  managed to survive and prove its  properly, pinched between the devil  of the American smelter trust and the  deep sea of the miners'* union, heavily  sat on by the government und being  about the only people having anything  to do with'the mine and its products,  who seem to have no say in connection with them, are looking round, as  we s.iid before for a chance to give up.  Tbey will sell out to some foreign  corporation wilh the propel frills.  who .can affoi.d either, to shut down  or  tightly embraced tho body politic.  Still unless "we ure up and doing" we  shall soon be in like deplorable condition us the citizens of lhe land ������������������of  the free and the brave." ���������'Elernul  vigilance is the price of liberty" und a:*  Mi'Morrissey forcibly slates "halfway  meat-Hire***, mere umeliorutions and  secondary reforms can accomplish little  and iu tbe long run avail nothing." It  certainly is a grand tribute lo the  intelligence of the class ot men who  form the major portion of our resident;*.  Ihut one of llieir representative.*.  should eniuiriult* such philosophic  ideas.  ��������� ln lhe west we have not yet felt with  the same degree the heavy exactions  resultant from the power wielded by  the possessors of fubuluous wealth but  most asnredly we can only avert, it h>  taking the necessary * n eu uies -.without delay, -Ton iiiiii>y.aei-iiig no cause  for worry l.t-*r.*iu.*.e of the tranquil  conditions in llu.ir iuimediule sm-  -rouiidiiigsaiiil taking but lillle 'heed ol  the happenings in olher Im-ulities or il  they do give any uttentioii il i.s often  in the npirit of iuilitlVri'iue and sell'  sufficiency, regarding those who see  the apprimi'hiiig cloud, v*. huh in luu  little bigg.-r I ban a mail's hand, ii-  .l-o.ikt'l** and alariiii**.!*..  The concluding remarks nf ,Mi*.\Ioii-  issey'.-.speech in  quoting  the t-xanipli*  of a certain Quaker   ������ ho  said;   "You  will pass through lhis world but once,  uiy good thing,   therefore,   that   yon  can do, or'iny kindness that you   run  show lo unv human   being,   vou   hud  better do   it   now;  do   not  defer    or  neglect it for you ii ill   not   puss   this  way again,"   contain   the   essence  of  tin* solution of this   perplexing  problem.    I   will  proceed     to    elucidate.  Everybody, who contemplates, is convinced of the fact that *'i he  times   aie  out of joint" certain palliative  measures have been tried and found wauling.    Still   ihey have been   useful   in  educating us and with  Lhe characteristic   determination  -of  onr  race   we  must   ultimately   "set   them    right.1'  How? Let us retiii n to first principles,  back to the teachings of Jesus and  ol  Confucius.    All that is   required is   a  .full conception of the Golden Itnle on  ilie fatherhood of God and the brotherhood   of   man.     True   lhe   thui-ihe*.  through   their   ministeis    have    supposedly been teaching .these   doctrinei,  from time  immemorial,   yet   what   is  lhe result ?   Churches are  but poorly  patronized ofttimes   by   those   whose  daily lives is in direct antagonism to  the teachings of the Nazurene iind we  often   hear  from   the pulpit lamentations for the backsliders.    Why?    Because   they  are   blind   leaders   of the  blind.     "The   fatherhood   of God the  brotherhood  of   man"   here we  have  two ideas yet they are so interwoven  as to lie indessoluble.     It is failure to  realize    this fully   that explains   the  decadence    in   the   churches,   simply  because   love of God aud  love to  men  are   identical.   Is   it so exemplified in  our   daily   lives?      No!     We   must  acknowledge that theethies of "David  Haiiiin"    are   'more   widely   adopted.  "Do  others or they'll do  you, but   do  them first."  To go into details as to the .solution  would necessitate the prolongation of  this article immeasurably aiid in conclusion f will uuggest that every reader  study the question thoroughly in all  its various phases. As aids thereto I  would respectfully recommend Social  theology, by W. DeWitt Hyde; Six  Centuries ol Work and Wages, Thoi-  ild Rogers; The Heal Religion of  Today, Rev. Win. I. Brown.  "Eso."  SPACE RESERVED FOR  BRO  SPACE RESERVED FOR  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  Revelstoke  Station.  -8%&������3&&i  Hardware, Etc  Notice  to   Preemptors   of  Crown Lands.  The attention of Pre-emptors of Crown f.unils  lh hereby called loan Hinendini'iittii llie "I.aii'1  Act," passed ul the last session ot tlie Legislature, whicli provides as follows, vi/.:  ������������������9. Pre-emptors of Crown Lands, whether  in arrears in pa) ment of instalments of  purchase monev or not, who at the time of  comiiijt into foree of this Act have obtained  Certificate** of Improvement, or.who shall have  obtained Certllicates ol Improvement within  twelve months thereafter, shall on conforming  with the iiriiY.xionsof the "Land Act," except  as hcrebv altered, be entitled to obtain Crown  grants oi their pre-emption claims upon eom-  pletin*. pavmenlH of purchase money at the  rate of seve'uty-tivc cents per ucre, and frown  Grant fees, whicli -payments may be made as  follous:  " Twenty-five cents per acre on* before.the  31st day ol December, 1SH11:  ���������' Twenty-five cents per acre on or before thc  30th davoi June, 190.!;  " and the remaining���������  " Twenty-five cents per acre on or before thc  :tlst day of December, 1SU2, and without any  further payment of Interest."  W. S. GORE,  Iicpiitv of Lands and Works.  I.andi and Works,-Department,  Victoria, B. C, 1st June. 1901.  Chloride Lime, Carbolic  Acid, Camphor, Sulphur  Formaldehyde, Fumigating Pastilles, etc. In  fact all disinfectants' and  fu mi gators  AT  FIELD & BEWS  Druggists and 5 tationers,  Telkimione 48. Brown Block.  Oriental Hotel  $8  ^ PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MUTTON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  1 Co I u m b ������ a House |  fr  Rates:   $1.00 per day. - %   ,  .*    - -  * fr  xf  Good accommodation.   A good Bar, well supplied with '   fr  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars. ." - " '   ,S"  NOTICE.  -     ' rt  ������������������Canadian Contingent Exemption Acts."  aLL returned South African Volunteers, who  have not already done no, are requested to  communicate with the undersigned without  delay, aa also the next of kin of those deceased  or of those who have not yet returned to  British Columbia, or any other pernons inter-  e*ued In mining properties held by.-iueli volunteers. The latest date possible for receiving  applications for exemption under the above  Acts will bo the first of July, proximo.  RICHaKD McilKIDE,  Minister of .dines.  Department of Mines," '  Victoria, li. ti., 3rd June, 1901.  potter ulting doing a little developtuen'-  woik for twenty years, if need be, till  the province comes to its senses und  other (.onditioDS are more favorable.  In theflisau while the mine and the  little town .located near it und the  tump, which it very likely started uu  ure piiicttcilly at u standstill, nothing  in doing and lr*de return*, shew Kootv-  u������y luisiliens to hu in a. depi-esyed  condition. Ofcoiirse at the const lhey  nay ihune things are not t.o, but-thut  does not uppem to help nut llie situation us much ai-fthe people at the ooH������,t  appear to imagine that it, slioul'l.  THE PROBLEM AND  THE SOLUTION  (Contributed,)  The excerpt which appears in your  issue of Saturday. June 8. under the  caption of "The Problem nf Today" is  timely arid well chosen, fm* the reason  that (*������n������dian8 possess the advantage  of noting thut the trend of affaire in  the United States viz: the vast ittcuiii-  ulations of capital in the hands of a  few, is a menace to the free institution!1  of our cousins across th* bordar.  Whilst w������ od thin side nf tbe line  may congratulate ourselves that we  are better off than they, still we must  not lie Pharisaical. On the contrary  every effort should bf> made to prevent  our fair land from being overridden  hy the gigantic aggregations of wealth  to the detriment of the general public.  How hrst to ward off this danger  should be the constant* thought i f  eveiy citizen. Tis true we ei*already  affected hut as yet the insidious coils  ofthe Octopus  "Trust"  have not so'  Business   Mention.        0  Cook Wanted���������First class white  cook wanted. at once. Apply to this  office. *  ���������The newest books always come in  n-������ noun as printed at the Canada Drvig  St Book Co.  ���������New    vaccination     shields  coiii.fiji:t:iIil(*__a.n.d_o_ijlv_li>*'-_aL_the  ada Drug Si Book Co.  very  .Can-  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light'bedrooms.  Rates $i a day..  Monthly Rate.  ���������Dr. Burgess,   Dentist. Brown Blk.  ���������Ice for sale.���������-Apply A. N. Smith,  ���������Ice Cream Sodas everyday at Bews.  ���������Cret a camera or kodak and enjoy  yourself. Ttie Canada Dnigfc Book Co  keep them *it all prices.  ��������� I.'p to d.iL? shirt,  lilts Madison Parlor**.  waists   made   ai  A. N.SMITH  BAKER, CONFECTIONER,  and caterer Etc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  O. Box  l.'K.  Revelstoke, B.C  Government Distribution of Stumping j  Powder. |  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W, B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery ot parcel*, Imumtxer  10 any partof the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  rARMERa <le.������lroii5 of Mats iiipplk-d win,  Itlaitini; Powder nt ooit price, ior cleariuc  land, can obtain blnnl. forms of rorful-dtfun  from rliu Sr*������>n*tarlc*i o! th������ Parmer's !n.-.ijt<it*!*.'  a*, follou h :  Hnnrv    Hill",     Secy,     Alberni    Farmer?' j  In.*>tltuti*, Alberni.  J. ...   Ilalliday,    Soc'y.    Comox     Farmer.**'-  Institute, Sandwich. .  John Stewart. Sec'}*, Nanaimo-Cedar F������rm-    em Iiistltntc. Stark*.*. i;ru*>*>fii|{, Nanaimo. j  II. de M* Mcllln. See'y, Cowiclian Farmer-')  Iiu-iMi'-e. Som-snos. i    All   orders left at R. M  J  II." .Smart,    See'y,    Mctcliosin     Farmers' I .store, or byTeleptione No.'  In-Hit ite. Metoliosln. I BttPnilon.  C- li. King, See y V ictoria Farmer.*.' Institute,  Cedar Hill.  K. Waller, See'y, IsIanHs Farmers' Institute,  Gauge* Harbor.  E. A. llrown.Ser'y, Delta Farmers' Institute,  Lad ner.  ���������   II. lloxe, Sec'y, Surrey   Farmers' Institute,  Surrey Centre.  A.,If. P. Matliew, Sec'y l.angley Farmers'  Inntitute, I.anfcl������y.  Alex. Philip, Sec'y, Richmond Farmers'  Ini-tirute, Vancouver.  A. M. Verehere, Sec'y, Mission Fanners'  Institute, Mlniuon City.  G. W. Chadiey, Sec'y Chilllwack Farmers'  Institute, Cliilllwaek.  Wm. Green, Sec'y. Kent Farmers' Institnte,  Aeaai>!z.  J. if. Web-iter, Sec'y Maple Ridge Farmers*  Imntitiite, Wcb"ter������ Corners.  John Hall, Hec'y, MatsquI Farmers' Institnte, Abbotsford.  A.M. Criehton, Sec'y' Osoyoos Farmers'  Insttute. Kelowna.  W P. Horslay, Sec'y, Spallumcheen farmers'  Infttu te, Armntronc.  S.M. McGuire, Bec'y,Salmon Arm Farmers'  Ins titute, Salmon Arm.  J. F.Smith,:Sec'y, Kamloops Farmers' Institute, Kamloops.  H. Percy Hodges, Sec'y, Okanagan Farmers',  Institute, Vernon.  J. R. ANDERSON,  i Deputy Minister of Agriculture  Department of Agriculture,  Victoria, B. C. May g, 1901.  Smythe'-i Tobai-eo  ���������A*illrec������ive prompt  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop.  Revelstoke  Steam  Laundry  BEDRAGGLED SKIRTS  Tills isjliard weather on those beautiful  white skirls: makes Ihem dlrtv all  around tlie bottom���������so you'd not wunt  to wash thi'iii yourself.  Wc wain tlieni for yon, iliouirh.  We want lo make them clean and  bright anil tri-sh. We make all linen  look frevli and sweet,  FAYETTE BUKER.  H.G.PARSON  Ketail Dealer id���������  ,,      Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  Allordcri promptly filled.  C0rnKirii!*>o^rKc,.*t". RBYBMS0KB, B.<5.  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  I Brown & Guerin : Props. I  ^���������������������������t***'"**'*"*'******'*'**^  THE MOLSONS B&NK  INCOHPOnATED BY  ACT OP 1-An-.IA-.EXT, 1803.'  ���������HI-ELA-ID   pPPIOE:   -AdZOnSTT-E-LIE. -A_.Ij  Paid up Capital  Rest Fund    -  $2,500,000.  2,050,000  DrRKCTOKS:  Win, Molson M.-irpliersun, President;    S. H. Eivinp. Vii*<*-President  XV. M. R.iin������iiy.      S.uniiel Finlny.      J. p. Ole������luun  II. .Miii-kl.-iiid Molxnn.     Lt.-Cul. F. C. Henshaw.  '  .liiiiics Elliott, General JM>iini-_*ei'.  A Reni-nil liiiikin*,' Ii.hImu.sm transacted.        Interest allowed at oiirrent rates.  P. McBETH. ManaRcr  Itevclstoke. B. C.  A GOOD  "Nr. a Tvrm ..<..  Ia better than riches   ......  We have the mime of making'  the only Stylish Suits in Town  ���������for durability und quality  they also excel.  .TRY ONE  RS. WILSON  Next the McCarty B.ock'  R. HOWSON 81 COT  Undertaking:  AM)  Embalming:.  Retail dealers in Furniture  MACKENZIE AVE.  CANADIAN  AND SOO LINE.  FIRST CLASS SLEEPERS ON  ALL TRAINS.  SPRING and SUMMER  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Millinery  TOURIST CARS TO  St. Paul.   .....     Daily  Montreal and Boston .-. Fridays  Toronto-Sundays and Tuesdays.  Trains      for     KOOTENAY"  POINTS leave Revelstoke 8.iou  fiS The Latest and Most gSa  I* Stylish Hats. gj|  gj Trimmed and Uptrimmed jag  j|-Madison   Millinery  Parlors. ������������  1                                       " "fit  | Misses Shepard & Bell ^  ga -    McKenzie Avenue      03'23 KS  Main., Line Trains  Revelstoke: Eastbound  Westbound 17.30.  leave  8.20.  For all  information,   pampb  lets, etc., apply to  T. SRA08HAW,  ACtntf tmlMto.  E. P. SOYtt,  A-ti.M.,VaMWNr,������-0  (.  *l*_������,*r*'i|V!!rfI-  ���������?H_l������."������������������f"U_-���������������'*"=l*''**l~'*������  '���������  ���������*si������'������-"������wp*scrsi-'.i-i-w5se**^9"_"_*���������"* ^  LEGAL  i  Ik  xW  - M. SCOTT   B. A., LL.H,  Winter,      Solicitor,    Notary    rublio,   Etc.,  MuKeuzto Avenue, Kevelstoke station.  Money to loan. ".    '���������jjAliVEY, M'CAKTKR &iTIXKHAM  Barristers, Solicitors, Etc.  Solicitors for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Ooii  anv lands to loan .118 per cent  i" iST "tiibkt, Kevelstoke fetation. K: C.  MEDICAL.  NOTICE.  Corporation  of the  City  of Revelstoke  J    \V. Cl'OSS,  ._  Office*     Mackenzie Avenue, Kevelstoke, B.C  aoiuitos to ""���������  MEDICAL HEALTH OFFICER.  I'liE 0. 1". It,  Health Ofllcer, Citv ol Kevelstoke.  CHURCHES  MKTH0D1ST IIWKOII  PreacliiiiK scrvl  Class nieeluiR at  ltEVKI-STOKE.  ces atlla.m. and ���������.::������* P-*"  ih*.  Slow  oi   tlie nioruin.  Class niecuun ���������������*.  the  <-     j n i.i/. class at 3:3i  service,   .abbatli Schoolaud Mb o\'W" 3������,  lriviied.  ""iteY. S.J. THOMPSON,  Pastor.  ST. rKTKUS lllt'lKH  Kielit a.m., Holy Km*.**.-*.!  _ . matins  1 i?;fi'yVn;i"se"rm������'n'(Holy: I'.ucl.aiisl ilrst Sun*  ���������      in ilie moiitliK 'i'M  hinidaj-  d.������*'. ,  ANGLICAN.  ,i; 11 a.m.,  ..Hl'i.t      tl   school,  .Uf^t^ervice: Y^Kveii^ i������$^  r.el?b������icd.i7 a" 'or 8 a.m . ks annoiimcd.  ' ulb"&������ ��������� ^V^sSkJU*^  ' 7m������������VTEBIAS   lllVRUI.  Service every Sunday al 11 a.m. and 7 :30 I';"**  to "hie.,i" ������e ������eleo'.i.c. 1'rayer meeting at  . p.,������. every n ������=������";'^'w. c. CA1.D.-*., rastor.  K05UN CATU01.IC I'llUKCH.  Mass   at 10-..M a. in.,   on   Ilrst,   **������cond am  lo'.ir.h Sundays In li.e ���������^������t''.*>T���������liB THAYKit.  " "       SiU'AT.ON   AKHY.  MertlM every ������l������hl in lh������lr  ������������" ���������������  Frou  tHrefi.  Applications for the position of City  Health Ofllcer will he received by the  undersigned up to noon on Friday,  Juno 21st, 1901. .Applicants will state  ���������salary required.  C. E. SHAW,  Ci'.y Clir't  TAKE NOTICE Hint 30 davs nfter date I inlend to upph- io thc Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to cut anil  carry away timber from the following desciibed lands situated in the Big'Bcnd District of  West ICootemiy: Commencing at a post  plant-U on tlio west bunk of the Columbia river  near the mouth of Seymour Creek and marked  ' ll. Blaekniore's north-east* corner ; thence  westerly SO clmins: tlienee southerly 100 chums;  thence easterly SO chains to the west bank of  the Columbia river; thence northerly along  said batik 160 chains to the point, of commencement.  DiitedCthMay.lSOi.       i1iBlackmork  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE Unit 30 dnys after  date I intend tn apply to the Chiel  Commissioner of Lund* and Works foi  iieruiisMon to cut and carry away  .iinher from the following described  lauds situated in the Bit; Bend District  if East Kootenay : Commencing at a  post planted on the north hank of tht*  Columbia river at a point484 chains  .vest nf the outlet from Kinhu_>kel  Lake and inark'il "T. KilpatrickV  .oulh-wesl cnrni'i'"; thence easterly  thing the ninth bank of the Coluinliiii  ��������� iver 32D chains; thence northerly 31  .'hain������; thence westerly 320 chains;  ���������hence -.oisiheily IU chains lo place ol  commencement.  Uau-d 1st May. 1001.  G. S. -tfcCAKTER.  Red Rose Decree meet" second and four I  Tuesdays ol each month; White Rose Deisr.  .meets third Tin**** lav nf .".ch quarter.i- Oddf������ I-  liws Hall.   Visitine brethren welcoma.  WM. WATSON. HV. EDWARDS.  President. Secretary.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  .late I intend tn apply to tin* Chiel  Commissioner nt' Luiuls and Works  for pel mission to cut and curry n .v.-iy  limber from' the following described  I mils situated iu the Big Bend Dislricl  of Kant Kooteii'iy: Commencing at n  post planted near the Wood river trail  about SO chains east of Wood river and  marked   "F.   3.   Adair's   north-east  nruer : theuce in a south-westerly  directin l near the south hank of Wood  river 120 chains more or less tn . the  mouth of Wood river; thence southerly  'iu chains; thence north-easterly- 80  .-hains; theuce southerly 85 chains to  the   north-west corner  of  A.'-Lind*  nark's limit; Ihence easterly SO chains;  the in e   northerly   105  chains lo   the  point of commencement.  Dated Ut May. 1001.  F. J, ADAIR.  XiTOTXCXH.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Edward Metcalfe,  intend to appl: au days after date to the Chief  Comiiiissioiier'uf Lands and Works for per., is-  sion lo ciit ami carry away limber i'roni the  following described lands situated in West  Kootenay: Commend nn at ���������> post planted at  the ntotuli of Huldich Creek and marked  "Edward Metcalfe'* South West Comer";  thence norlh l'.'u chain*.; theuce west 411 chains;  thence soutli l������l chains; ihence east -111  cliainato the placeof commencement.  Dated this Mth day of April, A. V,. 1001.  EDWARD METCALFE.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that. 30 day's after  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to cut and carry away  timber from the following described  lands situated in the Big Bend District of East Kootenay : Commencing  at a post planted on the north-east  hank of the Columbia river at the  south-east corner of D. Robinson's  application and marked "Murray  Hume's south-west corner"; thencu  north 00 chains; thence east 120 chains  more or less to Bush river;; thencu  south-westerly along the bank of Bush'  rivei* CO ehnins more or less; thence  westerly along the north bank of the  Columbia river to initial post.  Dated 25th April," 1001.  MURRAY HUME.  REVELSTOKE  WATER LIGHT & POWER CO  JSTOTXCrXL,.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John ft. Knapp, intend  to a.piyao davs after dale to thc Chief Commissioner of Lands and Wor.*.s lor permission  to cut and carrv awav timber from tlie lollow-  iiiK described lands silur.ied In West Kootenay:  Commencing at a poM planted nt the Soiilli-  ������ ost comer of 1*. It. Peterson's land and marked  " John 1>. Knnpp's North West corner,"; theuce  north 411 chains; thencu east lWieliiuns; tlienor  south-III chains; tlicnce west 100 chains to the  place of cumincucemeiil.  Dated this Mth day of April, A. D.. 1901.  JOHN Tt. KNAPP.  nsroTioE.  TAKE NOTICE lliat 110 days after dntc I  Intend to apply tn the Chief Commissioner ol  Lands and Works for a license lo cut timber on  the follow lui,' described lands: Commencing  at a posi on the south bank ol  the Colunibin  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date 1 intend tn apply to the Chief  Ciunini-ssioner of Lands and \Vork*> for  permission to' cut* and carry away  tiinber from the. following described  lands shunted in the Big Bend District  of East Kooienay : Commencing at a  post planted on the north bank of the  Columbia rivei* at the outlet nf Kin-  bnskft Lake and ' marked "E. M.  Allum's north-east corner"; thence  s-onthcrlv 80 chains; thence westerly  125 chains; thence northerly SO chains  lo the hank of the Columbia river:  thence easterly along said river to  inil ial pnM.  Daled 20th April���������1001.  - E. M.ALLUM.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every Wednesday ii  Oddfellow*.' Hall atSn'cloc!  Visiting Knights invited.  BuHRinoK. IJ. C.    :    :   :    :   ���������  -F. XV. Mackinkot, K. of R. & ������  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1656  "���������IciMilnr meetinc** are held in th  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third ir  dav ol each month, at 8 p.m" sliari  Visiting brethren cordially mvitei  THOS. STEED. W.M. O  w. U. MKNEY. Kie.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST   .  AND ASSAYER.  'Royal School of'Mines, London.-' Seven yeai,  at   Morfa   Works,   Swansea.     17   years   Chit  Chemist  to Wigan Coal and  Iron Co.,   Eni*  . Late 1 hemtst and Assayer, Hall-Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C  EDWARD A. HAGGEN.  Mining Engineer,  Member American Institute Mining Enitliie.r  Member Canadian Mining Institute.  REVELSTOKE. 15. C.  Examination nf and reports 011 Mineral prop  erlies a >j ecialty.  NOTICE  -TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner  of   Lands  and Works  or permission to cut and carry away  .iiiihci- from the following described  ands situated in the Big Bend District of East Kootenay: Commencing  at a post planted on the north bank of  the Columbia river, ut the outlet of  iviubasket Lake and marked "A. .lohii-  ion's north-west corner','; thence southeasterly along the south shore of  Xinbasket Lake 170 chains; thence  south-westerly 40- chains; thence  .vesterly 90 chains, thence south-  ���������vesterly 40 chains;" thence westerly 80  diains; thence northerly along E. M.  Allum's limit 80 chains. more or  .ess to initial post.  Dated 20th April, 1901.  A. JOHNSON.  NOTICE.  ; TAKE NOTICE that 30 dnya after date I inlend 10 apply to tlie Chief Commissioner or  .-nuda ami Works for permission lo cut uud  ���������arry away timber from the following describ*  ���������d lands situated iu tlio Bit; "Ilcnd District, of  .Vest Kootenay: . Commencing ut * a post  .hinted on thu west bank of the Columbia  iver about' 10) chains south of the mouth of  jeymour creek ami marked ���������'James Anderson's  lortli-east corner"; thence westerly SU chains;  .hence southerly liO chains; thence easterly SO  ;hains 10 the west bunk of the Columbia river;  hence* northerly along said west bank I'M  ���������hains to the point of commencement.  Dated Gth May, 1001.  JAMES ANDERSON'  rectiuii along   ...-   - --   -;--- ..  Kiver one uud a half miles; ihence sou h-  wesierly one and one half mi le-; thence sotilli-  caslerly one inlle; thenee northerly seyeni>  chains; tlicnce easterly one hall iniie: tlienee  northerly lu chains to thcinilia! post the place  of commencement, containing a l.uuu acres  more or less,  Dated this ���������JOtli day of April, 1901.  f. Mccarty,  per T.'Hobne,  His Agent.  NOTICE.  ���������"Take notice that thirty days after dale 1  Tuteud to applv to the chief commissioner uf  Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry awav limber from iho following described lands situated in the BIr Uend District  of East Kooiena>: commeneiiiR ill a post  planted on the west bank of the Columbia  Kiver at the head of Surprise ltapids and  marked "Susan Kobinson's south-east corner ,;  thence south-westerly tsu chains;tlienee uprlh-  we-.tcrlvl'.U chains; thence north-easterly 811  chains ' to the we*>t bank of the Columbia  Kiver; tlienee south-easterly along the west  bank of the Columbia Klier to. the point of  commencement. "  liated the fltb day of Aj������^ MOl^^  NOTICE  Take Notice that 30 days after date I intend  to apply to the chief commissioner of Lauds  and works for permission to cut and carrj*  nway timber from the following described  lauds situated in the cariboo district of British  Columbia: commencing at a post planted al  the mouth of Uoulder creek, on lhe east -side of  ranoe Itiver, and marked" T. MeMahon's  northwest corner"; thence northeasterly Ml  ehains; theuce southeasterly ICO chains; thence  southwestern* 80 chains to tiie east bank of  canoe riven'tliencc northwesterly along the  bank ol said river to thc point of commencement.  DatedI the 1st day of May, W}.   ^^^  NOTICE  TAKE NOTIC1! that 30 days after  dale I inlend lo apply lo the Chief  Coiiiiiiissiiinci* of Lands 'ind Woiks  for pei mission lo cut and carry away  timber from the following described  lands situated in the Big Bend District  of West Kootenay:i<������ Commencing at a  post planted on the Bast side of the  Columbia river about 120 chains below  the mouth of Canoe river anil marked  "XV. E. McLaughlin's north-west  corner"; thence .southerly along the  bvnk of the Columbi'a river 250 chains;  thence .easterly .40 chains; thence  northerly 250 chains; thence westerly  40 chains to the' point of commencement.  Dated 3rd May. 1901.  w. e. Mclaughlin.  3STOTIOE1-  Parties arc cautioned against using lhe  company's water for lawns and gardens without first obtaining a hose permit.  II. ILOYD, Secrelarv.  May llt.i, 1301.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK  NOTIOE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date I intend to apply to this Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to cut and carry away  timber from the following described  lands situated in the Big Bend District of East Koot cnuy: Commencing  at a post planted 011 the south bank of  the Columbia, river about *U miles below Surprise Rapids at the. mouth of a  creek and marked "C. F. Lindmark's  north-west corner*'; thence easterly  along the bank of the. Columbia river  125 chains; thenco south-westerly 80  chains; thence westerly 125 chains;  thence northerly 80 chains to initial  post.  Dated 20th April, 1001.  C. F. LINDMARK.  NOTIOE  TAKE NOTICE that M) days after  date I intend to apply to the Chief  Commissioner of Utnds and Works for  permission to cut and carry away  timber from the following describeil  lands situated in the Big Bend District of East Kootenay: Commencing  at a post planted on the south bank of  the Columbia river about 4 miles west  of Cummins Creek at the. mouth of a  large Creek and marked "K. C. AIc-  Carter's north-east corner"; thence  southerly 40 chains; thence westerly  250 chains; thence northerly 40 chains  to the bank of the Columbia river;  thoncc ennii'riy along said bank 250  chains to point of commencement.  Dated 1st May, 1001.  IC. C. McCARTER.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date I intend to 'apply 10 the Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to cut and carry away  tiinber from the following described  lands Hit iialed in the Big Bend District  of West ICootemiy;- Commencing at a  post planted on the west bank of the  Columbia river about 20 chains below  lht* ii.onth of Canoe rivei and marked  "J. E. JohriMiii's norl h-east corner";  thencu westerly SO chain.-; thence  southerly 180 chains; lheme easterly  SO chains tu thc bank of lhe Columbia  river; thence northerly along said  bank lo point of commencement.  Dated Sid May, 1001.  J. E. JOHNSON.  H.  EbvvARDS  I.AXIDI'.BMIST..  DKKR HKAIJ.S   ItlKlii-, Etc. -MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned ami l-epuircl.  l.OVEItlNU'.** Ol.li STAM1     :     Second Strew  Paii-Amcriv a   ExpouMo:  NOTICE.  NOTIOE  Take Notice that 30 days after date I intend  to applv to the chief commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to cut and carry  away timber from the following described  lands situated iu tliccarlboo District of British  Columbia: commencing at a post planted on  the west hank of canoe Kiver at the mouth 01  lilaeier creek, and marked " Elizabeth MeMahon's northeast corner"; thence south*  westcrlvSo chains; thence southeasterly IU)  chains;' theuce northeasterly 80 chainsto the  weit bank of cauoe River; tkence northerly  following the west bank- of canoe Kiver IW)  chains to the point of commencement.  Daled the ind day of May, 1901.  'ELIZABETH McMAHON.  TAKE NOTICK that 30 days after date I in-  ,end to apply to tlio Chief Commissioner of  ..ands and Works for permission to cut nnd  -arry away timber from thc following describ*  d lands situated in tho Big Bend District of  ���������Vest Kootenay: Commencing at a post  ilantcd on the west hank of the.Columbia  .'iver ut u point one and n half miles south of  die southerly limitof Boyd's ranch and marked  "John Anderson'a north-east corner"; thence  .vesterly 60 chains; thencu southerly 120 chains;  hence easterly SO chains to thc west bunk ol  ne Columbia river; thence northerly along  i iid hunk l'-l) chains to the point of commencement.  Daicd Ttb May, 1901.  JOHN ANDERSON.,  -Buffalo, 1*. Y-, U. S. A ; May to  Ntvpmbfr, 1501.  fm.FELLtV0    xi>, JUK12C 27  NOTICE.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after  date I intend to , apply to tlie Chief  Commissioner of- Lands and Works  for permission to cut 'and carry away  timber from the following described  lands situated in_thej_lif; Bend District  of West Kbot"*.iyTiyT Commencing at a  post planted on-the west side of the  Columbia river about 120 chain" below  the mouth of Canoe river and marked  "P. W. McGregor's north-east corner";  thence southerly along the west hank  of said ri vei* 250 chains; thence westerly  40 chains; then'ct* northerly 250 chains;  thence easterly 40ehatns to the point  of "commencement.! t  Dated 3rd May. 11)01.  P. W. MCGREGOR.  NOTIOE  TAKE NOTICE that. 30 days after  dato I intend to apply to tho Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works for  permission to cut and carry away  timber from the following described  lands situated in the Big Bend District, of East Kootenay: Commencing  at a post planted on the north bank of  the Columbia river 390 chains west of  the mouth of Cummins Creek and  marked "A. M. Pinkham's south-east  corner"; thence northerly *10 chains;  thence westerly 250 chains; thence  southerly -10 chains to the bank of tlie  Columbia river; thence along said  bank 250 chains to point of commencement.  .  Dated 2nd May, 1001.  A. M. PINKHAM.  NOTICE  "Doi'.i," "riielma" .-mil "Clara";  mineral claims Minnie in tin* Lardeau j  Mining Division uf West JCoolen.iy j  District. ������������������ |  'Where* located: Along Pool; Creek  about. ������ mile above In idgc I  TAKE NOTICE Unit 1, F. C. Green. I  of Nelson,���������acting as agent'" for B. E. j  Grove, Pri't! Miner's Cei'titlraleVNii. B. j  50072, inlend, sixly days from lhe dale  hereof, tii apply tu'lhc Mining Uecord-|  nr fi)t-'certilliales.>*f iiiipi*������ivi*menls, for j  the 'pin-pose" i>l" 'obtaining ' ' Crown  grants of the.above il.iinis.  And further lake 'notice .that action,  under s'i>ctioii-37."iuust .be commenced  before lhe issuance of such cerlilicale.**  of improvement.-.  Daled this 1st dav of .lime 1001.  F. C.   OK1-.KN.  What That Railway Speed  Means to Canada.���������Canada  Would Attract Travel.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  (Fr.it-  lii lhe  West  ���������'Cholla" "Tiisum" and L. V.  tional Mineral Claims .-.iliiale,  Laideau Mining Division of  Kooienay District.  Where localed: On Lexington  Mountain South West ol Kvn mine.  Take notice that !. F. C. Green, of  Nelson, ncling ns nj;eiil for Andrew F.  Rosenlierger, F. M. C. II. ."illASI and  the Imperial Development Syndicate,  Limited, Free Miner's Ceiiilli ale No.  B, 2201(1, iuteiul, sixly day*, hum tin*  il.-ili* heieol, lo apply to lhe .".lining  Recotder lor cci'tilicales of improveinenls, tor llie pin pose nl' olii.lining  Ci own grants nf I he above claims.  Anil further take uniicu I hat action,  miller section 37, must lie i oiiiineiict-il  before lhe issiiaiu e of such eerlilieale.-  of improvement*..  Dated this lirst day uf .lime liXll.  F. C. G 18KEN-.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTrCE.  "Joker" Mineral Claim, situate in  the I.-irdenu Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.  Where loc.iteil : On Lexington  Mountain adioiiiing Eva group on  West.  Take notice lhat 1. K. C. Green, oT  Nelson, acting as agent for llu* Imperial Development Hvndicati; "Limited.  Free. Mi nei's Ceil ilicate No. B. '.,'21'Axj,  intend, sixly il.iys fnnu the date hereof, lo apply to llio Mining Becorder  for a cerlilUate of improvements, for  the purpose oF obtaining a Ciown  grant ot the ahove claini.-  . And further take iiniice that action,  under section 37. must be commenced  before t he issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this lirsl day of June. 1001.   ,  F. 0. Giti-.i'X.  been*  ilie-  NOTICE  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after date I  intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and works for permission to cut and  carry away timber Irom ihe following de*>-  eribed lands situated in the cariboo Distnet  of British Columbia: commencing at a post  planted on the east bank of Canoe River, at a  point liiUehains north of the mouth ol Boulder  Creek and marked " James .MeMahon's norlh-  westleorner-; ihencecaaterlySSUehains; tnentc  soHthcrly 1CU chains; thenee westerly8n chains  more or lens to the cast bank of Canoe Kiver;  thence northerly along the east bank of Canoe  Kiver to the point of commencement.  Dated the and day of May, 1901."  * JAMES McMAHON.  ������������������7- -.Mi-'i'iiiWlfcU.lilVi  "TAKE NOTICE that" 30 days'^iftw*  date I intend to apply to the "Chief  Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to cut'and carry away  timber from ihe following described  lands situated in the Big Betid District  of East Kootenay: Commencing at a  post at the north-east, corner of A.  Lindmark's. limit und marked "T.  Home's- south-west corner";' thence  easterly 02 chains; thence northerly  100chains; thence westerly 62 chains;  thence southerly 100 chains to the  point* of commencement.  Dated 0th May, 1001.  T. HORNE.  The following applications   have  received for Liquor Licences:  Swan   Anderson   Retail   Licence  cilllewaet.  Edward Harrington . Retail ��������� Licence  Illecillewaet.  J. J. Foley Retail Licence Arrowhead.  E. J. Kerr Retail Licence Arrowhead.  John Cameron Retail Licence Comaplix.  J. A. McGee Retail Licence  Comapljx.  Issac Bate Nock Retail Licence 'Tlioni"  son's Landing. ,  T.-J. Grahame Retail Licence Thomson's Landing. <  John Hector Retail. Licence. Nakusp  J. D. Bourne Retail Licence Nakusp:  Thos. Abriel "Retail Licence  Nakusp.  And further take notice that the regular  meeting of the - Board of Licence Commissioners will be held in McLennans  Hotel, Trout Lake City, on June 15th,  1901, at 1.30 p. m.  1 R. A. Upper.  Chief Inspector.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "-'���������Imperial" and "Balfour", mineral  claims, situate in the Lardeau milling  division of West Kootenay disirict.  Wliere   localed: On    Lexington  mountain, south of the Eva mine.  . Take notice that I, F. 0. Green of  Nelson, actincr as ageni for J. J. Folev.  F. M. C. B. 820..0. CoVV Meh'I'eti'.k'r.F"'  M. C, Si. 32.021 and John Breiimind.  Free Miners Certificate No. B. 32037,  intend GO days from the date hereof, to  .apply* lo the Mining .Keeorder for  Cerlilicale of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Ci own'Grants of  the above claims..   ' '  ' Aiid further take notice lhataction.  under section 37. must be eruimciiced  bnfore the issuance of such ceitificatc  of improvements.  Dated this Sth day of June,  1105).  F. 0: GREEN.  Before lung ihe hundred-mile nn-  hotii* railway train will he with u*-.  _?. iraiigeiiieiit.s arc* under way, -ays  Dun's Bulletin, lo construct tine from  Berlin ll.imliiiig. in Germany, and  another from Liverpool to Manchester  in England. The latter is to he .t single-railroad. The Irani will be run  on a irack shaped like an inveited V,  w'xih lhe single rail a.s ils apex. It will  consist of hut one long car, which will  sli-.idille the tiai-k. 10 to .-peak, one-  half of it hanging on e.iih-<idc. jit<.t  as a pack-saddle hangs on ihe back  of a mule. Eveiy car wil! eariyil-i  own motor. The cats will cover lhe  whole distance of .'53 miles in 20 niin-  ule.s���������a .-peed of 110 miles an hour. As  the line will he overhead and derailment impossible, this 1 ecoul-liie.iking  rate of speed will be ipiile safe If t he  new system woiks a** well as anlii-*-  paled, the -.peed of travel by i.iilway  will he practically doubled. Suth a  speed will create a 1 e\ ohuion in tin*  busines*; woi Id. Two hums and a half  would he Ihi: time refiiiiu'd to ti.ivt-l  between Toronto ami Ull.iw.i. ami  three hours between Turontoimd Monti e.il. The sleeping cm* would hecruuu  ������������������upi'rlluotis", except, on iraiT-conlincii-  tal trains or journeys covering long  distance.--. If lhe Liverpool-Manchester line pi oves a success, theie is no  doubt the* new system will be rapidly  extended between all populous centers  bolh in Europe and America. The 100-  iiiilf-an-hoiii* lailway means everything for Canada. Il will be the means  ot attracting to Canada the bigger  share of the transatlantic passenger,  mail and express hnsiiy.-s. The adoption of the Liveipool-Manchc-ster system between Sydney and inland points  in Canada and the United States  would make possible a four days' trip  between Great-Britain and the cities  of lhe Eastern States and provini.es.  The voyage between New York anil  Livei pool by ihe fastest steamers  would occupy six days. The same  journey via Sydney and the new l.-iil-  way system could be made in four  days. Willi such  favor, "we dn not  could fail to attract  transatlantic business. The success ot"  the electric mont.-rail system will be  followed by the inauguration of a  daily transatlantic sei vice via Sydney,  C. B.. or some maritime piovince poi t."  The adoption of such a service is by no  means a lemote possibility.-Ollawa  Citizen.   .  advantage'*: in its  see how Canada  the   hulk   of   the  TAKE'NOTICK that 30 days after date I in-  - end to_-.apply_to_.tho__Chiot.ConinilHaionc_r_of  ^.niidi*. and >\ orks* for permission to cut and  any un*.ay timber from the following describ-  tl lands situated In thc 13iK Bend District of  .'am Kootenuy: Commencing at a post planl-  (1 on llio enst bank of the Columbia river al  ���������e lieud of Surprise Rapids and marked "Dan-  1 HoliiiiHon's north-west- corner": thence  iirth-eiistcrly 8(1 chains; thence south-easterly  .0 chains; thence south-westerly 80 chainsto  lie lunik of the Columbia river; Ihence north-  vesterly along tho bank of the Columbia river  -il clmins to tlio point of commencement.  lUtcit the 'iilit day of April. lOOl.  DANIEL ROBINSON.  NOTICE.  To all the* 11 (.-.-ci of the I. O. 0. F.  throughout the world���������  GREETING :  You are hereby'fraternally runn'Med ti  ���������unite ������ith the van army o! Odil IpI-oii* li  waking -Odd Fellow*.' IJays" at the l'an  Aineriean KxucmHIoh memorable In thc aniiah  of our beloved order, and to that end hi  extend to the member* of your lodge* a cordlu.  invitation to be present on tliltmcrai'loii.  Ou June ai-27 ������e anticipate tlie pieKiuireo"  meetlUE and KreetliiK Grand Slic Cable, Un  tirand il aster and Urand nlKccm of <*aeh Oram  Lodge Jtirisdleilon thoroimnout the world, a>  well an many of llie members of your lodici).  In order that every Odd Fellow and Kebekal  may bo Informed of the tooC intentions of tin  Buffalo Odd Fcllons, we resiwctliilly rcquesi  ,">ou to have this card and llie enclosed letui  printed In your daily and weekly  newspaper  Fraternally yours,  ___���������  -O.;   I. O. F-rAN-AMEKlCAN COMMITTiE.   ���������  Toa'l'icJ-od bcs of the I. O* *t.O. F  throughout the world���������  GREETING :  The Pan-American Exposition will be lich  In the City of Buffalo, N.V., U. B, A., fron  May 1st to Nov. 1st, 1901.  The Oddfellows of Buffalo,' desiring ti  exemplify the teachings of our grand order-  that of extending an honnrablu reception  fraternal greeting and generous hospitality t.  our brethern from 'strange cities and distant  atatcs"���������have opened an Oddfellows' Head*  *'rf_uarlcr������al213 tllicot Square, Buffalo, vhen  iooVsof registry will be ltcpt, and coinpetcni  artles constantly in charge to give {free 01  ���������cost) reliable information to the visiting Odd  -fellow, his family and friends, sojourning ii  our city, and where one may be directed ti  clean and respectable hotels, boarding 01  private houses. _        _ _    .  Vliitora are at liberty to have telegram; ine  mall addressed to them in care of Baid headquarter!. .   .      ,_ .  A reliable guide, with mans of the city and  Expoiltlen Grounda, will be on sale for tnt  convenlenccot visiting brethren. '  Your members visiting Buffalo during thi  Exposition ara cordially Invited to call at  . I. O. O. F. Headquarters that we may have the  Fileuure of meeting and greeting you, ana slant you ai much as we are able along the line,  indicated.  The Secretary of your Lodge Is requested U  read this communication at several meeting'  tbat all of your mombcri may become familiar  with the good Intentions of your brethren in  Buffalo.  It will be an advantage for each brother anr  ���������later to present an official receipt or othei  meani of Identification,  Hoping we may have the of meeting man;  of the members of your Lodge during thi  coming summer, we remain.  Yours in K. L. and T. _ __  THI I.O.O.F.PAM-AMEKICAN COMMITTEE.  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICK that30days afterdate I in-  .end lo apply lo thu Chief Commissioner of  Lands and works for permission to eut and  yirry away timber from tho followhiK describ*  ,*d hinds situated In tho lllirlieinl District ol  Won Kootenay: ("oinincnciiiK at a nost  'limited on the cast bunk of tliu Columbia rlvci  it a point llio chains south of the southerly  iuilt of thc lands belouglnu to the t'ituburit  lynilli'iito und marked " bnuiiiel AtcMahou 1-  -uutli-wt-ht corner": ihence easterly 80 chains :  .hence northerly 100 chains; thuiice westerly fcb  ���������liuln*- to thu cast bank of tho Columbia river;  hence southerly uIoiib thc cast bunk of the  .,'olunibln river IUO chains to the place of com*  uii'iiceuicnt. ~  Dated Oth May, 1901.  SAMUEL McMAHON.  NOTICE.  TAKK NOTICE that 30 days nfter date I in-  'end to apply to tho Chief Commissioner ol  I-ands ana Works for permission to cut and  .arry away timber from the follow-in;; describ-  ���������d lands situated in the Big Hend District 01  West Kootenay: Commencing at a posi  ilantcd on tho east bank of tbe Columbia rivei  it a point 1C0 chains south of the southerl}  limit of the lands belonging to the Plttaburk  Syndlcatc and marked "Henrietta McMahon s  north-west corner"; thence easterly 80 chains-  hence south 160 chains; thence westerly M  chains to the east bank of the Columbia river;  thence north along tl*e cast bank of the Colombia river 1U0 cbaiiiB to the point of commence-  jient. .       ....      .;������.  Dated tho8th daflrf Mg^UGL^^  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after date 1  Intend to apply to the chief commissioner of  Lands and works for permission to put and  carry away tiinber from the following described lands situated in the cariboo District  'of British Columbia: commencing ������t a post  planted on the West bank of Canoe River at a  point about *_mi feet-north of Glacier Creek,  and marked " G. Knapp's southeast corner;"  thence west 8U chains; thence northerly Hlo  chains; thence easterly 80 chains more or less  to the bank of Canoe Itiver; Ihence following  the wcsturly bank of Canoe liiver to the point  oi commencement.  Dated the 'Jud day of May, 1901.  NOTICE  NOTICE,  TAKE NOTICE that30 days afterdate I Intend to apply to the Chief Coiiimi������*!oner of  i-ands nnd Works for. permission to cut and  ���������arry away timber from the following: describ-  ;d lands situated ln the BisBcnd District o������  ���������.Vest Kootenay: Commencing at ������ post  -ihintcd on thc coat bank of thc Columbia river  it a point 330 chains south of the southerly  Imltof the lamia belonging to tho Pittsburg  lyndicatc and marked ������������������ I). Mclntorti h north-  -rest corner; thence easterly 80 chauia; theno  ���������outh 100chains: thence westerly*) chains tc  -.he cast bank o( tho Columbia river: tbence  lorth along tho east hank cf the Columbia  .-iver 100 chains to the point of commencement.  D.ted������hMar.WOL D.McINTOSH  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that SO days ufter date I  Intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of  Lauds and Works for permission to cut and  carry awnv timber from the following des-  crlbed lsii'liniinated in the lllg Hend Dl-trlc!  ol Went Kootenay: cuiiiiiieiiclin; at a pnsl  plained on tlie bank of tlu Columbia Itiver,  between the mouth of Wood Kiver and the  mouth of Canoe Kiver and marked K. S. nil-  -on'"." northcai.t corner;" tlicnce south 1WI  chains; thence west 80 chains, more or less to  the Columbia Kiver; ihcm-e northerly, following the river bank, 10 the point of commencement. *  Dated this 30th day of April,isnl*       _Q,.  NOTICE  TAKE NOTICE that 30 days after date I  Intend io apply to tlie Chief commissioner 01  Lands and Works for permission to cut ami  carry away timber from the following described landB situated in the Big Bend llistriei  of East Kootenav: commencing at a post  planted on the bank of the Columbia Kiver.  between the mouth of Wood Kiver and the  mouihof Canoe River, and.marked "1-annie  llowson's northwest corner;" thencesouth 80  chains; theuce ea-it 1C0 chains; thence north  along tbe bank of thc Columbia Kiver and westerly along said bank to the point of commencement.  Dated the 30th day of April, 1001.  FANNIE HOWSON.  Take notice that 30 days after dato I intend*  to apply 10 the Chief Commissioner of Lands  and Works for permission to cut and curry  away timber from the following described  lands situated in the Dig Bend District of  East Kootenay: commencing nt a post  planted on the nortli bank of the Columbia  river at a point481 chains west of the outlet  from Kinbasket lake and marked ' C. Ii.  Hume's south-east corner" ; theuce northurly  COehains ; thence westerly 101 chains ; ihence  southerly CO chains!... lhe bank of thc Columbia river ; Ihence easterly along said bank to'  point of commencement.  Dated 1st of May, 1301,  '*- '     -���������'      C.B.HUME.  NOTICE  Steam Boiler Inspectors' Examination.  APPLICATION for examination "of Steam  Boiler Inspectors will be received by the Chief  Inspector of Steam Boilers, New Westminster,  B. C., up to June 10th, 1901: Applicants must  be between the age of 2n and 60 years, they  must have had at least five years practical  workshop experience as machinists or boiler  makers, and must* also have a thorough  understanding of steam engineering.  Forms of particulars may be obtained, on  request -of intending applicants, from the  Chief Inspector of Steam Boiler*, New West*  minster, B.C..and must be properly filled in  and returned to him on or before thc above  mentioned date.  The candidates selected for examination  will then be notified as to dato and place of  examinatiouf  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  Tue salary will be $100 per month.  W.C. WELLS,  Chief Commissioner of Lands & Works,  Lands A Works Department,  Victoria, 11. C, Unci May, l'JOl.  "Blue Jay" -Mineral Claim, sitiintc in  the Lardeau mining division of West  Knoli-nay district.  Where  located: On   Lexington  Mountain  one-third of a mill* south of  the Eva mine.  , Take notice that I. F. C. Green of  Nelson, iieting as a^eul for Dan Mcintosh, Free Miner's Certificate No. B.  32010, intend GO days fiom the date  hereof, to apply to the Mininpr  Kei'ordi'i'foi' a Cerlilieate of Iinprnve-  uientH,' for the purpose of olituining a  Crown j_-rnnt of tlu* ahove claim.  ���������AtlfH'iit llier lake-nolice-that���������actionr  under section '.fi, must, he c-oniiueiiceil  before the is-suance of such cert ifirale  of .improvements.  Uat'.d this 1st dav of .limp. 11)01.  F. C. Ci it KICK.  A Warm  Welcome.  Skagway heralded the arrival of lhe  Canadian - Pacific Navigation Company's steamboat Islander in its port ,  on hi-r lirst trip hy the following glowing report, which appealed on the  front page of the "Daily-Alaskan :'"  ������������������Sunday afternoon half of the  population, of Skagway accepted the  cordial invitation of Captain Foot, 10  inspect the steamship Islander. Captain Foot \viis,pu.--,iinnlly in charge and  he was very solicitous to see _th.it.  everybody had a chance to see the  fine ship and pai take of lhe good,  things. He was nio.-t ably assisted by-  Agent Dunn. Mr, Piunphrey and every  member of the crew. They weie all  just as polite and attentive a*-* though  those aboard had paid their hard cash  to be taken care of.  It "would be difficult to give an accurate description" of the vessel and  her appointments without going into  the minutest details.' The ship's exterior is well remembered by many  Skagwayans, but the interior has been  so completely changed lhat il w.'is  absolutely uniecognisable yesterday.  The fittings are most elaboiate and tlie  decorations are nil ofaitislic mei it and  present a harmony of view which" is  indescribably grand. ,,  The dining   saloon   is   exceptionally  NOTICE  T.* KE NOTICE that 30 days after date I  intend to apply U> the Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to cut and  carry awav timber from the following described lands situated in the Big Bend district  of We������t Kootenay: erromenring at a post  planted about ion yards southwest of the  mouth of Canos Kiver and marked "K. How-  son's southeast corner;" thence north 120  chains; thence west 120 chains; theuce south  t_������ chalni to the Columbia River; tbence  easterly along the bank of the Columbia river  130 chains more or leu to tbe place of beginning.  Dated thliMthdayof Arril.1901       .���������������������������  B. UOW80X.  NOTICE  Take Notice that !!0 days after date I Intend  to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands  snd Works for iic-rmlsslnu to cut and carry  nwav timber irom tlio following described  hunts siniaicil In the lllg Ilcnd District of  Kast Kooieniiv : romiiicui'lng at a post  planted on tin* north bank ol the Columbia  river :!!>! dial ns west of lhu mouth of Cummins  creek nml marked "II. A. Lnwson's aouth-  cast comer" ; thence easterly along lhe Imnk  of the coliimbln river 210 chains; thence  northerly 40 chains; thenee weslerly 2.10  chains ; tlicnce southerly 10 chains lo point of  commencement.  Dated Ist of -May, 1001.        '  B. A. I.tWSOK.  NOTICE  Take Notice that 30 days after date I Intend  to apply to the chief commissioner of Lands  and works for -permission to cut and carry  away timber from the following described  lands ululated In tlie Big Bend District of  East Kootenay: commencing at a post  planted on the north bank of the Columbia  river about two miles cast of the mouth of  Wood river and marked "A. lindmark's  south-wen corner"; thence northerly 120  chains; thence easterly 84 chains; thence  southerly 120 chains moro or less to the bank  of the Columbia river ; thence westerly along  said river to joint of commencement.  Dated 1st of May, 1901.  A. LINDMARK.  "  NOTICE  Take notice that SO days'after date I intend  to apply to thc chief commissioner of Lauds  and Works for permission to cut and carry  away timber from the following describad  lands situated in the Big Bend District of  East Kootenay: commencing at a post  planted on the north bank of the Columbia  Kiver about two miles east of the mouth of  Wood Kiver and marked "T. Downie's northwest corner"; thenee easterly along the Columbia river 120 chains to a point 20 chains  east of the mouth of a large creek on the  south side of said river ; thence southerly 80  chains; thence westerly 80 chains; thence  northerly 40 chains; thenco westerly 40  chains ; tlienee northerly to the point of com-  men������ement.  DateJ 1st of May. 1901.  T.  DOWNIE,  A BARGAIN IN  *  REAL ESTATE  A VALUABLE RESIDENCE ���������  Property near the Court house. Cost  over $2,000, for sale, at, ,*510(K). For  terms aiul ' particulars applv to A.  JOHNSON, Herald Ollice.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICK.  "Thelina'*   (mi(tinual) and "Canon"  (fraction*!!) mineral  claim*, siluiilc* in      llie  l.urdi'nii   mining division of West j contribute lo   the  ctniif.nL   Im*-   been  large for a ship nf the proportions of  the Islander. Its finish could scaicely  he finei, it would seem. The furnishings of the ladies' 'cabin, the lounging  room and other parts are of the finest.  One of the attractions which is always  looked for by the sea traveller is a,  chance to promenade. The Inlander's  cabin is so located that a splendid walk  can be had around it.  Hut it is in t he stale rooms where the  well beinj; cf the p.*is*-ciu?ei* bns^besn  zealously Kuauled. Kvi-iy 111 i.mjri:-  ment and detail   whicli could pu-sibly -  -    ^'l   .-    -_,  A    BUSINESS  PROPERTY  FOR SALE  ON SECOND STREET���������A bargain  and on eimv terms of payment. Apply  to J. D. SfBBALD, Real  Estate Aft.  OPALINE   TREATMENT.  Self   Home   Treatment   for   Ladies.  I will send free with full instructions some  of this simple preparation for the cure nf  ������encorrha'a. Ulceration, DisplaccmeulHiiil all  Female troubles to oil ladies sending address  to MKS. J.O. I.EK, Branch Manager, near  "East Railway Signal, lievelstoke Stsiiini.  May ll-'Jm  K110l.un.ty district  Where lucileil: VJn Pool creek  adjoining the Tlielinn and Dora mineral claims.  'J'ake notire lb-it I. !���������'. C. Oieenof  Nelson, nt'lini! an ,'i*_;ent for lhe Jiuper-  iiJ Development Syndicate, Limited.  Kiee Miner's Cei I ific.-ili* Sit. li. XZDICi.  inlend '!<) dav*: linni tin* ilale heieuf. tn  apply to the Mining Hi-iorder for  cerlilicale of iinpruveiiieuls, for lhe  purpns*-* of obtaining Ciowu grants of  the above claims.  And fuilhei* lake nnt ire lhat action,  under sec-Linn '.11. must he commenced  hel'iue the issuance of such certificates  of improvements. '  Dated this, first day nr .Tune. IIJOI.  F. C. ("m*.i-;.v.  piovided. I'Ynm main ti uck to  kiel.son. from .-lem to *-lei 11. lhe .ship is  kept. Miiipiilou-*ly clean. -\s many  wriidcd their way up lown nfter view-  intlliL* ve.-sel and enjoying Hie hospitality of Captain Fool they wero'  ciuistiained to say she wa*-the finest  ve.-sel with the most popular hkippcr  011 ihe run.  On the way up lliem weie ninny musicians on bonidaiid the list night out  a concert wau given, al whiih T. Jt.  I'niuphiey presided.  CERTIFICATE OFJMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  COURT  REVISION.  OF  WfcST KOOTE-  REVELSTOKE   RIDING  NAY DISTRICT.    .  SUPPLEMENTARY LIST.  A COURT OF REVISION and appeal under  the "Assessment Act, 1888", and Amendments,  will be held at the Court house. Kevelstoke,  on Thursday, the Mth dav of June, 1901, at thc  hoar of 11 o'clock In the forenoon.  W j DICKEY  Judge ofthe Court of Revision and Appeal.  B������YCl6toke June 1st, 1901.  Itossland mineral cl-iiin".' situated in  the Lardenn .Mining Division of %\'e*-t  Kootenav District.  Where located: On Lexington Mountain Smith nf the Ev;i min... t  TAKE NOTICE that I, F.C. Gieen.  of Nelson, luting as uRenl for Corv  Menhenick F. Jl. C. B. W* 021 and J. J-  Foley Free Miner's Ceilificate No. li,  32,030. intend, sixty days from theilate  hereof, to apply tn the Mining Itecoider  for a certificate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown  grant of the above claini.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this 8th day of June 1001.  F. c. Green.  Cut Worms and  Remedies  Tho Dept. of Agriculture hits issued  ft note of warning that a lecuri-euce of  last year's plague of cutworms is not  altogether improbable. Dr. Fletcher.  Entomologist, is quoted as sironglv  i-ecouiiiiendinic a mixture of bran and  Paris j-xeen in the proportion of oO to  1. to which add water a litllij sweetened until the whole i.*- thoroughly .  wet but not sloppy. Another authority prefers the sanie mixture, but dry,  hut iu this state it is hard 'to get the  two to mix. As the cutworms cannot  climb a smooth surface a band of tin,  which can easily be made out. of tin  cans or even paper in the case of small,  slender plants such as cabbages and  tomato"-*;, is an effectual protection.  If tlie cans are burnt on a bonfire the  ends fall out and thc sides become unsoldered and can readily lie cut with  shears so as to make two bands.  Strips of cotton liatting tied round thi:  trunk tight at the lower edge with  the upi>er edge lapped over and  slightly teazctl out so a.s to form an  umbrella shajied obstmction, over  which the cut worms are unable to  climb, is an excellent device for preventing them from ascending fruit  trees,  !l i  ���������4-f+*_r*j.44.4.^414.-t.4..1..t.4..>.4,.i.4.4,4.4.41*_.  I Disinfectants 11!  t  Foul Drains, Closets.  Stable tn* decaying  garbage need close  attention. Don't wait  for an epidemic to  break out. but get  some  CHLORIDE OF CREAM  CREGLIN, JEY'S FLUID  Carbolic Acid or Powder.  You can get any of these :it*  Canada Drug & Book Co.'s Store  ���������f*H-M**H������Hf.*=M'+ fr.j..M'.*f..5.-n..j..5--i  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  Notes of News.  [>l*   I-t'i'jru-  . A" '""*'"  T7?^?*.'^'?^?^**^-*-^^*'VyjV?.'!.4.1 WJ'&t'P,* a? jjm  I  htyrLxtiyt&y /t-j*ey ���������&?7tAy&rU������*iy' wts  ($������uermUAns #AL  '���������mimmmmJm^^mr. <W~���������i��������� ��������� "���������*,**���������       ��������� i St,  -#*& /Utf-xs drr-twvy&yrua. ^r r  f.  .1.  .f. Young   urrived   in   lown  night.  ;���������-,|  S. -Sutherland,   nierchanl,  inn is in town today.  Trail has bc*i*n ini-oi-porateil ns ,*i ciiv  by .-pccial gazette.  H. A. Perley returned fnun Calvary  on Siiniliiy evening.  Messis. I), and _.\. l-Vigii-rn. ol  Keiguson. are in tuwn tml'iy.  -V. .Smith, bin Iter, will up.*ii a harhci  simp in Ciimaplix- this week.  Tlce l<evcl.*-lok'* Fnullrill CJub i.-  uiiiking airaijgeiiieiils tn play (.oldci  on .luly Int.  Fred Keltle.-i>n i-.-.iiie in on .Suitdai  ���������-veiling after a few month.-, stack in:,  up type on the l**������*rgiisnn Kaglc.  ���������Always read the Canada Drug A  Hook Co'.- ad. something new ami ii|  in date all the time.  As.-i-,i. Gen. Supt. Duchesnay   rami  luck from Montreal   on   .Sunday   am,  went on m Vancouver.  Fred. Fraser \V. .M. of Kootenay  Unlge. A. K. A: A. M., left this morning for Nelson to attend ihe session nr  the Grand Lodge.  J. A. Stone returned from attending  the session of the Grand Lodge of the  I. O. 0. P. at Xanaimo on Tuesday  morning.  Work is going steadily on on the  canyon waggon rord and Insp. Killeen  has laid out another mile ahead of the  working parties.  ���������We have a fresh supply of tanglefoot fly paper, poison fly paper, insect  powder ancl blowers at Canada Drug  A Book Co.  Trout Lake City intends to celebrate  Dominion Day with horse races and  athletic sports and a firemen's ball in  the evening.  Mrs. John Brydon, wife of the ex-  member for Nanaimo and sister of  Premier Dunsmuir. died on Saturday  morning.  R. A. Upper, license inspector and  R. Gordon of the license commission,  returned on Sunday from holding a  session in the Lardeau.  H. X. Coursier and R. H. Lee P. L.  S. were in Trout Lake hist week  platting out a portion of land adjoining tlie townsite into town lots.  So far no official information is to  hand witli regard to the decision of  the Dept. of Lands anil Works on the  Fish River waggon road question.  Rev. C. A. Procuuier let'., on .Mon-  day to attend tho meeting .of the  .-ynod of Kootenay diocese at Nelson.  He will return on .Saturday evening.  The annua! meet ings of tlie Great  Western -Mines and Double Eagle  Development and Mining Co. are  advertised lu lake place on July 10th  and 11th respectively.  ���������If you an.* li-nuhlcd ihi.- warm  v.vather with corn.-', we have a new  pia-ter that fii.-teus around lhe toe  and i-einov.es corn in iwo d.iv--. '2T,  i-nt.*** per box. Try one tbey aie  e.vellPni.    Canada Drug A: Itook Co.  All the work on the roads and tr.-ii!.*.  ___lhi:uugluiut_ilu*^ili.--lri<:t���������witli���������a���������few  exceptions Ine** now been given oiu  and i- under way. Gold Comnii.���������ioner  Fauquier left for lllieillewaet this  morning to lay mil- the work up  there.  W. II. Pool, iiianagi'i'.iif the Nettie  I., eaine in on .Sunday evening bringing -'ime wonderful .-peciinen-* or  .���������i'.rlstnate-and galena from the new  .strike on the Ajax ground and a l-.it  .toiue very line piece-- of free milling  quartz from the [.ade group on Gnim-i-  eivek.  Court Mt. f'egbie I. 0. I*, held their  annual church parade on .Sunday |n-t.  Twenty two meiiiliei*.- of t|lf. |*r><l^..  turned out at lhe lodge room and  iiiaivhed to the Methodist church  where an inlere.-ting and impressive  discoiii-..* wa.s preached by ihe pastor.  Rev. C. L'idner.  We call our renders' atlenti. n to I be  annoiiiiieiiieut in another column of  the crand exclusion to Yatnoiner nn  Ihe 12>!i nf July in lake in lhe piovin-  ci.il Oiange demonstration. The lo������  rate of $0.00 return would In-an inducement at any time to take a tiip tn  the rising city of Vni-c uiver. but llie  monster paiade an 1 lhe chance of  hearing, '.he eminent s*|ieakei-, who  will be present furm.-h special attractions on this occasion. Only $-MJ0. It  is cheaper than stopping at home.  ���������The Garden Party to be held at,  Mrs. Lawrence's Tuesday evening  June 23th, promises to be a great  .-uccess. No pains are lieing spared in  the decorations and the lighting,  whicli will prove very attractive,  dozens of Chines** lanterns and colored  lights lieing scattered among the trees  and throughout the grounds ]������>iid an  attractiveness to the scene. Straw,  b-'i-ries. ice cream, cake, coffee etc.,  will lie served from booths on the  ground.-.'' A good prrigramme will be  given from the verandah. Admission  Si cent**.  S. A. Sutherland, of Ferguson, is in  t'uvn today.  .1. Sullivan, at, one time proprielo*.  ofthe lintel Kdwaiils, U in town.  Twenty men are at work huililiim a"  ���������v.ig'on road from Ferguson lo the  mining properties on Nellie 1< uiiiiin*  t iiii.  -Don'i forget lhe lawn social til j the  re-idcnci: of -Mrs. W. M. Lawrence, on  Tuesday evening, ���������."it li.  \V. II. Hull, lhe well knnivn Calgary  .���������attic anil meat dealer, has sold nut hi.-  biisiui'ss to an Kngli.-h syndicate.  Chas. Mullen, p.ist in-istei" of the  ICootenay lodge A. V. Si A. M. lel'l  r.his niurniiig in.itlend lhe grand lodge  ���������it Nelson.  Two ladies are to be appointed froni  .���������uch of the chuichs tn forin a i:nm-  uittee. to help iai*-e the funds for the  ���������reelion of the hospital.  I''. McCarty   is away   al,   the   roust.,  purchasing the machinery for the s. s*.  Revelstoke.      lie is expected to return  on Friday inoriiing. *���������*  .1. Sweeney came in from Ferguson  nn .Sunday. He is going up totlie  Revelstoke to take charge for I*'.  McC.irty shortly.  The Northport smelterrecoinnionced  running on Monday and all tho men  employed before the. shut down, who  desired, got work.  Articles of incorporation for a. railway from Jennings northerly to the  Canadian boundaiy have been filed at  Great   Falls   by   the Great Northern  Uy*  The Towser mine on Silver Cup  mountain has closed down as the  period i'or the first payment, by the  Chicago syndicate, which held the  bond, has expired.  All members of the L. O. L.. lG.iS. are  ieqnested to attend the legulai meeting at 8 p. m. on Friday. All members  are expected to be present and visiting  brethren welcome. _*,  ���������The Ladies Aid nf the Presbyterian church intend holding a lawn  social ac the residence nf Mrs. W. M.  Lawrence, on Tuesday evening, June  25th.  J. Doupe. assistant commissioner of  the C. P. R. was- in town on Monday,  on return from Selkirk, wliere '23  acres of thu townsite are to he cleared  at once and other work done.  Grand Forks is getting up a two  days race meeting on July 1-st, and  2nd on their new track. Flyers are  expected from Washington. Idaho  and Montana as well a*- ICootenay and  the Okanagan.  ���������Be sure and take iu the first straw-  hen y social of the season, given;.by  tl*.e Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian  church at the residence of Mrs. W. M.  Lawrence, Tuesday evening June  ���������..-illl.  Frank Holten was- in Trout, Lake  recently says the Topic with a live  pound sample of ore from thn Metropolitan, running over ISO per ton in  all values, taken from a new strike  -ini'ido-in cniss-cuLliug-l he-lead.���������= '   J. A. -Magee of the Hotel Lardeau  at Comaplix, has sold out to It. (i.  Me Lend, recently ofthe Royal Hotel.  Nel-oii. His object iu selling was to  devote* his time tn his other numcrou-  iiili.'i'esls in the dislricl. .Mr. and  Mi--. McLeod have already a-sumed  control of the hou-e.  Son clary Atkin*** of the hospital  lioai ..I has icceived a letter rrom A. 1**.  Sl.ulin. Lady Minto's private secretary,  -tilling llint, the application nl' the  hoard for a grant would be. laid hefme  the hoard of the Victoria order ol"  nut si- at the next meeting and holding  out every hope that the amount,  applied for would  ho  icattily granted.  .Messrs. Twinning and Mor.-e gave a  conielt in the Metliodi-t eliiuch  iissi.-leil by such favorite local ani.i-  leiir-j as Mrs. Dent. Mi=-Sniuling, Mi'-s  F. Shepaid, Mis.*< Gel I rude Fee and  Mess-is. K. Humphry's. J. Taylor and  J. W. Bennett. The ittlenihinei: was  fair and Ihe enteitairiinent veiy  en;ov"ible. Mr. Morse's swpel. dear,  full tenor voice being greatly appreciated by musical critics present.  The Duquesne Mining Co.  Tlie second payment, on Llu.' bond  Wiich Gus Hedstrom, ("hris. Hansen.  H. Howard and .1. Soaidn took from  Ihe Duquesne Mining Co. la-t year nn  the Blue J.iy. Km prise and Gertrude  pl.icei leases on Smith Creek was paid  by tbe company's manager, E. A,  Bradley, on Monday. The amonril  was. S$ 1.7)0, which with the $1.7*0 nf lhe  first payment makes a t.-ilal or %(YW  now paid nnlhe bond. Cant. Hughe*-,  the secretary ofthe company, i.s expected to return from Pittsburg next  week. A hoist and pump will be  installed at the mine and bunk house*',  s'ore. houses, etc.. will be erected  almost at once. Gus Mcdstrom ai d  the men up theie now are geeting out  lumber for the flume.  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $75 and $100  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in thc Compounding" of  .Prescriptions; and our care and skill  ���������the results of experienca and  training"���������assure that Degree of accuracy. And, in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Bsiug"  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. P. CURTIS,  TAYLOU BLOCK,  iit-Kiiiizie Avc  R. HOWSON & GOT.  AND  EmfoaS&T.iieis"':.-  Retail dealers in Furniture  MACKENZIE AVE.  ���������ANn:  "Soo Line  99  IMPERIAL  LIMITED  Starting June 10th,  ���������win   make the run  from  Coast to  Coast in  ours  B   S^ik   &   liae -ix& ti a    (D&4     Wai! tines <k**" SJu v������i?a tu  (-^)  Till*:   Wll'*���������!-.-*. WAK I".   Bl*.Si>.'....-',H  iiA':s:i*:xziK AV\i. Cg)  <8>  ������������������@������������������������������������������������������@������������������������������������������������@@(S^>  O^'.&'.ie-.a&ac-i"''^  \^ti  ?>������  ======r_-^zrz=^,=__^r==^  s^Tlic diilcrcncc JicUvccii  rent pavine-  >m - -  v." i  *<?*_-  r-'fZ  4.'i  c-  ������>? ***0 yenrs.    AD   lhe   end    of thnt  lime   Ihe    l.-tnillot-il     mvn.s    (h  and  the  ,-!.,., Ci,*-''  |j  AGF.ST&&. iLfL\ li\ ii     iLUlli   ' 11. C.  riTSiri������SS^i>^a^is^^rasrsrrssrsz2xr/iV^^ irranmr-rwui-j  *i'*-*}-4''-r:������'*S*J'.r>C*S^.-.:*J'-^^  HN D.-SIBBALD,N%S.c  7  *^- "���������*   t ?  fr v*.  fro.})  '( r*. v. it. tow*���������:-������������������ mc,  ��������� i J! aha Tiiwxsri'i*:.  ' RENT PLAN  ���������������������{ Pny $10 or ftiy per month for the  iSii use of Minieboily elt,e'.*������ hou-si* for  r~r-.  S.2vj  house unil nioiiey. the rentpityer  ."-'i-T! bus =i lmeknge of rcccinls.  m  BIRKBECK  PLAN ^  P.iy from SI!) in  fjji,") p-..-..  ninnfh ^.;;,;  for tlie  nt..  of a heme for  ten tV;'.  yi-iii.*--.      At the cut! of that ti'ne {������,.,  you   own  yonr  Imiiii*   .*iiu! save C"^"  money ever after.  LECWJ5 BROS,  Go.-icr-il A__ron*fcc.  l.'ui !*"iiriliei* iiiKii'inniio:: apply tn  Or to'  G. S, a*JcOA*?ETER,  s_.:.c;.oi-  m  teiKi J. xyj m $$& &A%\ i.%-7, -.-. *.,?*fi i\? :.'W .'-/;'���������������*;:?���������������. vT^&W,*}?-*?!*?^***'-? -;.-*-?  *--c'-^^xi*-v^'.'_.'o._-* *-.'*> *^*-^KS--?-'!.i**>/^--v,-j.^-.'-J'.i*i'i-y^^-^ ���������*���������_.*;,  .fr  fr  REAL ESTATE-  "���������".JM k TlT"1? A T     l Ciuiiiilii rorinniiciir ,t Wi-sIith  1 'Miill i-zii" L~ .       I'lninfln Monijiirfo C'<ii'ii.>i*iiii(ni.  1  ",    " ���������        < l.iiiiiliiblL* suviiijjs i^iitn tun! llii!!,!iii*j A  J'l '  CTT5>'ANr,|T'    )    ll'Jiiiurinl |.-|i*p.      Ginmli.iii Fire.  i\     OUliAi'll.^    1    ���������} tV-iiftfiti-Ji l-*ire.       (.���������llo.kiliii.il i'i re  i   i     V.-.1J.*-*......ivjji>    .    (<_oi>ie������!oi:*.l-.,*.ii Life.      Alius ..-in...  C ).V  E FOIl SAr.lC, llOUSKir* FOR aALIi AND RENT  ssocnition.  Mcrcantllu Flre.  -^d^2!*.Revel8tcke Station.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  a-  fr  fr  fr  fr  f  fr  ,fr  :���������������  >fr  fr  if  Xjt.;r:>^irii^r^s^sh^e^i.^o.^^ssf^tr^^  lilljl  K-'-1 -K 9  Ei I  ^i       ti*\    \s      R   H    li^ft Vi   Jr1   S   rn   c la  _y f������a      R        Li    !;     (7.1*1 Va    U.'    R   *S*J    ij   b)  {'* *    Uonesl,    iirlniinition   is   elected   liy  I*   thOMi who wear our clothes.    Tliey aro  ilw.tVK corieeL elegant, tmil-i'ihle.   It i.s  to   ho well uLUrcd, anil pleas-  THE 211th A Nis I VERS AEY  OF THE" BATTLE OF  THE BOYNE.  *m MMOKSTRAUOH  ���������*.*.��������� . "r.  MAmu  Cheap Rates  Now in Effect to the  PAN-AiWERICAN  :XP0SITI0N.  EX.  In tho Citv of Viinconvci*  tut iw 19������:h 1901  ^J  REVELSTOKE TO  VANCOUVER  r... ,1 ���������p i ?m r rp xr -   - -  Good from the 10th  |,||| to thu Mill of July  ^jJxTOt^1011^^  T. W. Bradshaw,  A*.'" lit  Iti'Vl-tn !;<*.  J, ������. Coylc.  A������*.|-t. r.t*n.  I'iiwhkit A������.t* 111  V.tiii'ftii i ,*r.  To Mine Owners,  Prospectors  and Others.:.  For Sale at Albert Canyon!  Large quantity of-- Mining;  Supplies, Sawmill, Hoisting  P.'ant, Concentrator Plant,  Blacksmith's Outfit and all  the Stores, Plant and Supplies situated at the Waverly  and Tangier Mines, Downie  Creek.  For full particulars apply lo Mr. ('.  f'lrlson, ;it, AlherL Canyon, or lo  Messrs. WiNrui ,t Serikler. Inns of  Court Building, Vancouver, I!. (,',  NOTICE.  All fief-sons rtwinfj I nun Irv Hills are  re(|iiest*ed to pay up hy the 2_ind as th*!  hooks iiuiMt he closed in order to   form  il co-partnership,  jun- 15-2t. !���������'. HUKKH.'I  WaNTI'D���������l*ii*.lti/.ii n������ hitxx^i'ltx'i']- it i.r work  inir r.r.mr>iiiiIoii iit'nr J!i������i*r.|^tf,kf.   <"*imfrirtulilt*  lioire   more <!n������ln.i!    (l*nn   ������iilnrj*.       I!���������v 71,  I l!cv<. Riobi* Pintl'ni.*  Thi*! excursion will lie taken adviiiitiigo of by the niiijority of the  cit;-/...)!-, of Iii*velstoj?i-and the surrouiuliiiK ciiniitiiy, many of wlioin  have never had a chance lo visit the .Mull opolis of t.he. "North I'acitic.  Amp'.r* tiiue will l.e given lo visit outside points. TiKi.sc not wislii:!^ to  leave Kevelstoke on the lOthuiav }jo or: thu 1 Itli and tiien ,'irrivo :il,  \'aiicoiiV"!* in linn- to vk-w'Lhi* flrniiil i'.-ii-ude���������T,,(Hi,l Oriui|_('ini*u  exjieeted ill lim*.  All 1". C. lodges west i,f !!evi*!: Ioki* will hi* in nf tenilinir-e as well as  IsA'tt.j from tin* States of Or"_.on and W.-i'-hiiijifon and possibly  ('���������ilit'iirnn. 'I hi/link" of ('onii.iii;;!;!/'... tlun .Military ii.ifnl In cue-axed  for lhe iI.lv as well a*, olh-r.*. from oul'-idc poin!*..  A I!'��������� -f "-hf-'- [iio;-:!".iuiiii.' of -,;iort-i including Lnr ro-**e. I!a...e ilall,  elc. i*< he'iiK iirt'.iuj.'.'d :i!   fJr.l.-j-lon i'oilil. Sianliiy Cn*;.-,       ������  The Fl.m. S. Chirk.* W.illar-,', Kttv<*iv:j_;n-('!',iiit! .Master, K. C. Clark.  .M. !������.. i'id Wm. .Ifihti-liiii of I ally   Kilhcy,    Inlmrl.   are   .���������inio.'i'.;   lh'.'-  pioiiuiient speaker*, of t'..e d..*.-.  Conie all .ii,'t "l'.j1'." ���������'���������.������'. i"!ve*j. _!'">;!��������� fur. her inforin ilion sec lar^i*  |.o-.!el '.  I'.-u-ti"*'iulesuliiijr kj'.'������ke .idv:uil.*i*.;i*'ii!' I lie excursion rate .should  let*.*:* '.h'*ir :i uir.**. at Jin* l:.';i'..'.i.!MilIice or ���������.vith lhe meriAi'.'.-y of the L.  f). I,. >o Ihatnn e-,Um:������l'= of tie iiuiuh.'l* ivhu will avail themselves of  lhis opportunity Zn vi**.t t!." ���������'��������� -a ���������! 'a.-i he* .irri'.-cil nt.  ThCS. STEAC, W. M.  XI.  C. aW.Xi'ci, 3t'0.  I. C. I. 110. 7G33.  ���������^���������������^-tr-arr^-tr-iir<'<rif-t<f<-^<'-^-^^*'<^^'*'^ j  tt'-a ; ffi.t'ff'S':l,r??/r-^''i*i:^Ci''i^  J.F. McLeod |IISCTG ��������������� s������mgies |  Confectioner,and C>nicer  o   f-'resh FisRs  li titter  Vegetables  Hlu'iiv. on itiuel. --  ' ��������� 3  Ice Cream  Home Made Candies  il v|,(.,-|iiity.  %jt4**<i44-������4������4-iX4(������-*4f*&**<(*+4  HOW'S YOUR PRINTING?  V xf.f.  m  n  m  m  Millinery  'I he Latest anil Most  Styli.-ih Hats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  ^  Wi  m  r/ ~  fr������i*Ti).~\      i'c*7   '  ^"C^/vi^':^P'C*> *��������� '- I' l'lL''ls'".*������ '-o bo well attired, and pleas*  ' (1 Vl| ^VyShr i- i:'S i-o'*..'conscious that others adniiri  yj via 1' ii^iJ' ��������� f .v������"1'i"'ist-������* '"^y huyinij hiu'e'you.dis*  Wi Y.,1 -I- 1 V! ��������� - ' ami eritiui.sni and usually save your*  <4   Vl,"   '   I'K   ,."������-.������oll'<-Ml** - '-    ^ikMlr i���������HiGi-i'a:A5s-LADiEs'���������"''  tllt'lirtl        i ., -CUSTOM TA.1LORI  NG  .McKKXZIU  THE A!RT  TAILOR.  AVENUE  .r-.ll'i*c nn.I Wull  Kimi-ile litom*,..  .lslitcd  Jlviitvil by Hot Air mid Kloplrlo  "Hulls nnd l.iirlillii evury room  Frue Hn Orudis All TiniiH  Ut*lt**011il lit".  It'llc*,      , ^lHOTEL  YIOTOIviIAj-.*    ' ���������  *    '        JOHN V. PiiRKH,. I'Jioi'imetuh,  Kiiiliv Grill i<._>)-. ln C'oiuiciitltin lor tlie Coiivuiiicnee of Gliosis  J^irJi...T/i������lV"i stiiiin,. .    .     * ^@^@fj������t������fc  H. C  '������������������1'iy'y.rr^ laaa*  w,(2v &fr3%?f&5).  hi.:  S AT  Watches, CSocks, Etc.  1344* RocJi^cirs Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING'  o  IVEIiSTOKE  j^j Madison   Millinery   F'.'trlors.  ���������?y    fjj Misses Shepard & Bell  f,!^ McKi'iirlu Atciuie      o,)*-':j  :-.j I \SrJ  IsS  i^>^)^(|_i)*^^,'������������������^^������^^)'^'^''l  ^K.H.MAYNE,*  Notary Public and Insurance Agent.  *&���������  1  \  >-������������*��������������� Tr -L.I,    -i.  j***rv**"r-  I  - wjjU-r ,*-- ���������Jfyr-*- ���������  ���������ij*r^L pl^VJ������Aa*s������**Al-.l���������������������������������'','  ���������mmma

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