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 At  /* **v  ?  fl  ailway  /���������*���������-  Vol    V.  No   S3.  REVELSTOKE   B.C.     WEDNESDAY,  JUJLY  IO, 1901.  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  C B. HUME  &C0.  Our Tea and Coffee Trade is  steadily growing. Why ?  Because we curry the best  procurable. There is nothing equal to  RAM  LAI'S  FiVE O'CLOCK  BEN HUR  Pure Mocha   and   Java Coffees  always in ttock.  British Columbia  ���������will .be in this .week.    Also *  \  CHERRIES    " '  .-" "applet;" A AAA'"  APRIOTS  GLASSWAR  Now In  AROUND THE YARD  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  Thomas Bosworth, an employe in  lhe Grand Trunk shops at Stratford  has fallen heir to a small fortune,  amounting to $15,000. Oue-third of  Um iiniiitmt Ihm heen paid over and tho  remainder will follow shortly. Mr.  tti.sworth will retire and reside in  Loudon.  .1. .Lyons of Winnipeg, is acting as  operator in the O. P. H. city telegraph  office during the ahsenco of H. Patterson, who is away on a visit to the  coast.  Conductor Morrow of the S. Si O. is  hack on liis old run again.  John Reid, boilermakcr improver in  the C. P. B. works Calgary, was  married liy Rev. 3. XV. Litch Wednesday niglit to Miss M. Sims, at -the  home of the bride's mother. The  bride and hoidegroom will settle in  Calgary.  The trials of a telegraph company  are sometimes great and spring from  very insignificant sources. At Nelson recently thc district manager of  the Canadian Pacific telegraphs received the following report from one  of the linemen: "No 9 broke 11  miles from Kaslo. ��������� Cause, some one  cut a tree down to get worms to fish  with."  Mr. George Wren of-Winnipeg, has  been appointed manager of the C. P.  -R. hotel at Moose Jaw, succeeding  Mr. Win. Baylls, who has removed to  Winnipeg to reside as manager of the  Commercial club.  XV. Works, formerly of the C. P. B.  at Portage, has been appointed road-  liuister of tjxo.C N. B. lines west of  Gladstone. ' Works is an old employe  nf Ihe.C. 'P... fl., having been with  thviu iiilS8"t- 7'- ---"*���������   -*���������   ,***i   .  215-CASES-215  BERR1E DISHES  WATER PITCHERS  TUMBLERS  COBLETS  Lemonade Setts  -, -r��������� --.Prc'L'.ier--t!'.an-e-vc!'.'-. -.-..-  lamps!  A nice range of Parlor Lamps  ��������� Prices surprisingly low. .  FRUIT SAUCERS  BREAD AND BUTTER PLATES  CRACKER JARS  CHAMBER SETTS  A nice line tochoose from  FRUiT JABS  , x " '-, ��������� ���������>  Pints     Quarts     Ilalf Gallons  \0**if400*'t**G4t*&&m^*+&<W������i*a  XV. Brown, cine of the eldest of. Lhe  C. P. R. conductors iu "the west, has  been'appointed trainmaster at Bat  Portage. B. Downing, who has been  running on the local east' of Winnipeg has taken l'rown's place on the  Imperial Limited run between the  lake port and Winnipeg.  Messrs. B. J. Marlowe and J. "Hal-  stead, late of the Ontario division of  the C. .P. B., arrived in Winnipeg  Tuesday week. Mr. Marlowe has been  appointed to succeed A. McDonald,  late chief clerk to the general freight  agent. Mr. Halstead has been appointed as private secretary to W." -B.  JUmnigan, general freight agent.  'ConductorLaird of Brandon, who  has been laid up with rheumatism for  -.oiue time has resumed his run again.  W. S. Daggett,' employed on the  night crew of the yard, engine at Bat  -L*oi*tagc'rfellthroiigh-a--trestlcat^Nor-  cii.-ui on Friday fracturing two ribs  and receiving some bad bruises.  At a leeent meeting of directors of  .he Britihh Columbia*Yukon Railway  Co. in Vancouver at -which *S. H.  (jr.ivet., president; Kobert Cassidy, K.  C. Wm. Wilson, arid W. A. Ward,  directois, were present, A. B. Newell,  lately of the Lake Shore and Michigan  Southern Bailway, was appointed  manager of the company cbristitiiting  the XV hite Puss and Yukon route, wilh  the rank of vice-president.  L. P. Johnson of Burinah, was in  Vancouver last week. Mr. Johnson is  hend of the locomotive department of  the Burmese system of railways, and  after being in the East Tor 17 years ib  now going to England on leave of  absence. He will make au inquiry,  while in Canada, into the methods  carried on in this cuuutry. There are  1,100 miles of railway iu Burmah and.  over 500 miles in contemplation.  the wire fences along Lhe right of way,  where they collected, in hunches in  much the same manner in which snow  drifts into railway cuts.  An official circular announces that  assistant-general freight agent of the  C. P. B., Mr. F. W. Peters, has been  j promoted to the position of general  freight agent of the Pacific division,  having charge of all busines west of  Laggan.  W. G. Trethcwoy'sautomatic coupler  for air-brake and steam-heating pipes,  is familiar to Vancouver citizens, as  having been ou trial locally for _ome  little time past. It was yestorduy  taken East to Montreal for lengthened,  trial and examination by the Canadian  pacific Railway officials. Mr. Trethe-  wey has gone with it and we have no  doubt will he successful in securing its  adoption by the leading railway companies, who should be only too willing  to acquire a device which will prevent  the necessity for men going between  cars to couple the pipes.  W. Sjitt, C. P. B. assistant general  pus-senger agent, may be appointed C.  P. B. geneial agent in Australia.  . The frien ds of Mrs. Wilson, wife of  Superintendent Wilson, of the Canadian Pacific Railway Telegraphs, will  be pleased to learn that the serious  operation performed on her by Dr.  Ernest Hall, at the Jubilee Hospital,  Victoria, last week, has been eminently satisfactory, and that she is ��������� progressing well toward recovery.  Early last .Wednesday morning the  dead body'of John M. Wallace, Moose  Jaw, C. P. B. fireman, was found on  the railway track completely cut iu  two. For the,past month the young  fellow has been unable to work and  grew despondent arid it is believed" he  threw himself under a passing train.  The sad-affair has cast a gloom over  the whole community at 'Moose Jaw.  wliere he was a much respected  resident." ��������� *..*���������'.."  ... ,     J..r     ' .   I  Reports of the growth of the trouble  of the London and Northwestern  Railway*'-and-its employes are persistent. The belief that England is on  tho eve of the greatest labor strike  ever known is expressed by people  who know the organization of railway  employes. Though their proceedings  are generally kept out of the newspapers, the authority of the actual  leaders of the laboring men is much  firmer here than in America. Richard  Bell, M. P., Secretary of the Amalgamated Society of Railway Workers,  refuses to talk of the future, but  practically admits the danger of a  strike. The ramifications of the London, and Northwestern Railroad are  all over these islands, and a 'strike  would cause great public loss and discomfort" to " a , hundred thousand  American tourists; Moreover, other  railroads might be affected, and- it is  not impossible that all railroad traffic  in England may cease.'���������B. 'of L.. E.  Journal. -    ��������� *"  BIG LARDEAU  GOLD PROPERTY  Bonded by W. BJPool, the  Nettie L. Manager for $ioo,-  ooo. _  W. B. Pool, the woll 'known manager of tho Nettie L, eaino np from  the .south on Saturday and went oust  to Calgary on Monday morning.  While in tho Lardeau hejiuL through  a deal with thc Lade Bros, owners oi  the famous toll mi do and free gold  property, the Lade Group, by which  the owners accepted a* bond for Lhe  large figure of $100,000. , Mr. Pool reports as the result of a personal  examination of the property that he  found five perfect true fissure veins  running through it. Assays of specimens have varied all the .way from  $400 to $6000 in gold to the ton. Mr.  Pool thinks the group, is a second  Cripple Creek and he is popularly believed to he a .good 'judge of a big  thing in mining properties, when he  sees it. We understand that he is to  be the manager of the company that  has taken hold of the group and if his  success in gold mining turns out anything like his well proved value as  a manager of silver lead propositions  then the Lade group is likely to be an  astbnisher. ..  STAMPEDE  -���������> Platinum., -  'The price of platinum has jumped up  to $36 / an ounce. ��������� The amount  produced on this continent is very  small. California is the largest  producer and her highest notch in one  year was * only 000 lbs. Her yearly  average'is abont'300 lbs*._',_This'metal  is known to exist in the streams' of  B. C; as it'also does iu association with  gold    on ' the   Saskatchewan.-5/' Tne  i   ..*'",- - ���������' . 't l  di ffcijlty_>is>to,-s^'ee~jt^v_^The. principal-  source of the world's supply is Russia,  whose estimated output this year-is  J2.600 lbs. "  Free Milling Quartz Struck  Between Greeley Creek and  Twin Butte.  In connection with Lhe recent discovery that the Camborne free milling  leads are on a belt, which runs north  and west across the head of Sable and  Isaac Creeks it will lie interesting to  call to mind that in 1889 thero was  quite an excitement in Revelstoke  over discoveries of free milling quartz  made on a mountain lying in between  Greeley creek and Twin Butte not far  south of the C. P. B. line. The  mountain was from its surface indications a mass of gold bearing  quartz and was staked all over. Judge  Sproat and almost every other Bevel-  stoker of that time was interested in  thc find and a careful assay was made  of samples taken every ten feet or so  up the mountain, which was very  favorable, though a second one made  in.the same way did not give such"  good results. Some prospect work  was done but the results were disappointing and the claims were  dropped. However in view of the  fact that the Camborne gold belt,  would if produced to the railway cross it  at just about, the very point;, where  this early discovery of free milling  quartz was made, it seems to the  Herald that the locality would be  extremely well worth investigating.  In fact it is , reported that a small  stampede has already taken place .to  the indicated spot-bul nobody seems  to know definitely who it is thatsgone  cir in fact whether anybody - has.'  There was a well, known ��������� Bevelstoke  prospector in'there not. long ' ago' but  .thevTninerstl^location \bbok is. silent as.  to"any' tangible";results:'."of<vhis't trip'.*  Still a whole lot .of people walked over  the Eva before - it. occurred^to,anybody to stake it.  whiih will he found in another  column. ' There are some short editorials dealing with modern social and .  economic conditions well worth attention, particularly the ones dealing with  Carnegie and Schwab an the "Goldend  Era."  Apple culture hy W. T. Macnun, a  pamphlet issued by the dept. of agi'-  culture, deal* with the cultivation of  apples particularly in Ontario und  Quebec, but contain* hiuts whicli  might he very valuable in British  Columbia us well.  The   Brotherhood    of    Locomotive  Engineers Journal for  July   contain*.  an   illustrated  article  dealing     with  Turin and Milan in Italy and Ihe usual  technical articles    and    brotherhood  i  news.  The Labour Gazette for June, which  is just to hand contains a resume explaining the recent amendments to the  Alien Labor Act and also a consolidation of tho statutes in this respect as  they now stand, which ure usefii  for a proper understanding of this  Act.  A new serial issued from the office  of the Navy and Army Illustrated.  London is entitled Britannia's Bulwarks and deals in a very  interesting fashion with life in  and the achievements of the Royal  Navy. It is most beautifully illus  trated with large reproductions of  water color sketches of the fleet past  nnd present.  CORRESPONDENCE  GOLD CAMP  ���������  * .'."Ri  The Recent Free Milling Discoveries on Fish River.  DAY'S ROUND TRIP FROM TOWN  Calgary Exhibition.  Tickets for this exhibition will be on  s.ile^ at Bevel-stoke' July jOlh to 13th,  good to return up to July,15th at $7.80  ior round trip.  An Objectionable Practice.  To the Herald:  The Magazines. "  The  Bailroad  Trainmen's, Journal  for  July   contains  a  capital   article,  charmingly illustrated   on   American  Railroading in Mexico, an extract from  Dear Sir: Is it not about time that  the practice of ball throwing, putting  the shot and other games on McKenzie  Ave ceased? These sports ure indulge*-**  in at the annoyance and terror of every  lady, especially ��������� if accompanied by  children, who has to pass along the  street, where they, are going on..     ,  'Already serious- accidents .to little  children.have', only narrowly been  !i"verWon~tnoVe^  There are plenty of vacant lots -and  open space handy.wheie the .boys can  practice these ��������� games;,without', interfering with_the comfort and safety of  others and that* they should he  emphatically required to do so without  delay i������ the opinion of  ' Citizen*.  A Description of the Now Famous Gold  Camp at the Mouth of Pool Creek  Which Can be Viiited From Revelstoke  And Get Back Home the Same Evening  Without Trouble. The Canadian Rival  Of th. Renowned Cripple Creek in  Colorado.  From Revelstoke to Camborne, the  centre of the richest free milling gold  camp on the American continent today  with   the possible  exception   of   the  famous  Cripple Creek district iu Colorado, and back in one  day   is   a feat  that can lie accomplished by any citizen of Bevelstoke or by any one else,  who wishes to make the experiment.  A Herald representative left Bevelstoke the other morning ou a visit to  Camborne,   leaving   town at  about 7  o'clock.    2  hours   late,   and   reached  Camborne at 11 o'clock in the morning,  leaving again at 3 in the afternoon  to  make   connection  with the train' for  Bevelstoke at Arrowhead at 8 o'clock  in the evening.   AbouL four hours was  spent in Camborne, plenty of time to  make a viiit to the principal gioups on  the famous Eva mountains, of  which  the Eva, Imperial and Oyster are the  most    prominent    at    present.     The  luiMiiesb men   and   citi"iens  generally  of Revelstoke do not realize that their  town   is   situated   so close to this free  milling gold camp.'  Nelson realizes its  value although  tha  enterprising citi  F  , /    r ' _,    Police Court.   -  (Before J. D. Sibbald S. M.)  Thia morning Chas. Hoovey was up  to answer for depredations committed  yesterday afternoon, while under the  influence or liquor. There were two  charges one of smashing windows in  the residence rented hy the prisoner  from T. E. L. Taylor on Front St. and  the other for breaking Gus. Garrat's  door. The prisoner pleaded guilty on.  both counts und the damages, fine and  costs came to'$9.50 in one case and  $10.50 in the other or in default 30 daya  for each offence, to run concurrently.  &   YOUNG  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  IB W:HB������fir  Our Entire Stock of Summer Goods  . is  Ladies  don't   miss the   opportunity   to    .������>���������Plete   _y���������r  of  Summer   goods   at    BARGAIN     rKltfifiS.,  CB.HUME  &C0  XV. B. Mclnnis, general freight  manager of the C. P. B. Western division spent a couple of days in Calgary  last week. He|t left for Nelson, via  Bevelstoke, to arrange some matters  in connection with a transfer of  utTlcials.  A pholograph reproduction of Mr.  Marpole, General Superintendent of  the Pacific Division of the C. P. B.  mlorns the flrst page of June number  of The Railway and Shipping   World.  A passenger train on the Minneapolis, St. Paul nnd Sault Ste.  Marie Railway recently delayed an  hour hy heaps of Bussian thistles  which had been blown upon the track  by heavy winds, says The Bailway  Review.'   The thistles were caught on  Trackmen's Strike.  The No. 1 Division of the   B. B. T.  of A..received a visit from the "district  organizer, T. M'Nanamon on Monday  The sir.kers  are  still   holding firm.  Tlie  company  in  keeping   the  track  open and itrains running, though the  track is rough and the trains running  slow.     Men  nre   being    continually  lii*ought in by the company   and the  official  statement   of  the . number of  laborers at  work   in   the   division is  over 200,   besides  13  bridg emeu' and  some trackmen.     But the new hands  are  necessarily   inefficient and   it in  impossible that their work can keep the  track in anything like a  proper state  of repair.   However there   is  no sign  on  either side   of   surrender and the  rumors ef any  intervention on  the  part  of   the  other  brotherhoods aie  very vague and contradictory.  IbAUICw    purchases  Blouses, Whitewear, Wash Goods,  Summer       Dress      Goods,  , Sailor Hats Children's   Headwear  fhe stock must be reduced and early purchasers will get  the full benefit,  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing are included in the  GRAND    SALE  Also   Bargain    Figures in  Men's  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  Our Desire to  make  room  for Fall  Importations  is your opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  REID   &   YOUNG  Excursion to Vancouver.  A special train will leave Bevelstoke  at 03) p. in. on Wednesday. July 10th  forthebeneatof the excursionists  to  ~  . utj*M<r*urMjr*jK<ri>4r**4m*1f*m-xVm-MAi?:  the  coast.     If sufficient   passeBgers ������ ^jpjj^jyp^MyjiWift^^ ���������- ������  desire it,������ sleeper will be put on. IK  the  zens.of   that  town cannot reach it in   .  less   than a   day and  a  half.   Today -'  there is in sight, it is believed, enough -  free milling gold quartz to keep several    <-  stamp mills running for.years and. the  .ore.jsJv.fab-Uoiisly__ricb.,(;.This 'j-camp',,.^..  should?be-ti-ibutaty to "^'is\:ify*rand"ty  our business men should make every  effort to 'reach.out after its trade.   It"  is-V-their-j: opportunity- and -the ;city-t" *  council and board of trade should take '   *"  the   matter* up ��������� for  the   purpose  of��������� -,  ettablishinK^trade relations 'with the ",'  camp.       "      , ���������,,.'*'  The town of Camborne is'one of the  most beautiful town-sites iu   the   lardeau, being situated on a level'plateau,  at.'the   confluence   of  Fish river and  Pool   creek,   right  at the" base of -the  famous Eva mountain.   The townsite  owner Cory Menhenick, is having the  townsite cleared and Main St. is being  prepared   for  grading.    There   is  in  Cauiborneja flrst class hotel, owned and  managed   by   M.   M.   Biichannan,   a  general store owned hy Mess's. B.'E.  Drew   & Co., a  livery  stable  with a  splendid lot of pack-horses, owned by  Messrs. Brantford &; Bill.   There are  two sites selected for stamp mills, one  of which ii now being cleared for the  erection of a mill this falL The ground " ,  has lieen purchased for another large  hotel.   A general office will be erected  hv Mr. Menhenick ; two lots have b������***~**~___  reserved, on which will  be  erected  a  building, from, which a newspaper in  the  interest of the camp will  boob be  issued ; a couple more generai stores, ;  barber shops and other buildings will  be in course of erection shortly.  There is a great deal of excitement  in the camp and every day brings to  notice a new 6trike of  the  rich  gold .  ore.      /  The sale of the Imperial Development  Syndicate Co.'s properties, the Eva  and Imperial groups, for $250,000 cash  last week to the London & B. C. Gold-  fields Co. is creating quite a sensation  among mining men and on Sunday, J.  Roderick BoberUon. the genetal  manager in the piovince for tbe London & B. C. Goldfields Co. and their  mining engineer arrived at Camborne  to look over the properties and to  commence active development work  and the erection of a stamp mill.  Ou Monday morning Andrew I*\  Boseuberger. ofthe Prospectors Exchange, Nelson, and one of the most  energetic and able mining men in the  west, ai lived in the camp and is looking for investment tor the capital  which he represents. Mr. Bosenberger  has been through alf the great mining  camps in the west and���������knows a good  thing when he sees it and the Camborne free milling camp is fortunate in  having secured his interest in its fortunes.  The following are some of the most  promising claims and groups of free  milling ore within a radius of 2 mile*  of Cam borne, which will all be pro  ducers of the precious metal in a very  short while: The Eva, Imperial,  Oyster and Goldfields groups, the May  Day. Minnie, Woodstock. Needful,  Star and Lillie groups, besides |a score  of others the mere enumeration of  which would be tedious. Bevelstoke  business men should everyone of them  pay a visit to the camp themselves. In  the Heraxd'b opinion the  Cambprne  ���������'-."'"Jl  - *   -K.    -'. .  %?���������*���������''������������������ I  ', *'!  f  (Continued oa p������*e 4.)  i^Bl C-i f>^.".-> Jr*i"^ri'.i,W_0?K3'3/^.. * 11  ^ij<Vl5toflc<^tralil ami IJailwau  Tii  rubiisiicii ny  stoke Herald Publishing Co  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  are unknown then*. ������t Vic'.oriu, the lack of any apparent  Again last week wide publicity was appreciation of the difficulties with  given to what was said' to'he the which the development of a silver-lead  'tuition of Un* "joint brotherhoods at|<**'������l* !" <"*'<*n undei- ordinary cii.'tim-  Foi'L William in a meeting expressing  synipaLhy with the company and  adversely ci'itici'/.ing tho trackmen.  Tho. niiignitudo of this perversion  was  w^m^m^mw  m^Mmgmmm^^  A Seml-Weeklv Jouriiiil .niblislieil in the*  imprests of the ratlwnv men. niiiiluf. men nn'i  business men of the West. Ijhj's of l*ul������lii*atIoii  WriliieailRyand Saluiday.  '���������..   AI-VEKllSINa  RATES.  Displav ads., fl.ftO per Infill; sinicli" i-o'iunii,  12 'per fni'li when Insericil mi III*' P'lB1'  l.r<al ad-*.. Ul i*ent*i per ini'li (nunpni i������*ll I'm*'  fur ilr*������i insertion; *ri eent.*. un' efti'li mlilnmim'  In-erilon. Ixical iiotic-c-, 10 iient- per Iitit- eai'li  i--u_*. Birth, Marriage ami lH-Mli N.iliies  free.  trusrP.liTiON I'.ATK.-.  Hy mail or carrier, ti per annum; M.'.''i ior  six mouths, strictly In nilvauue.  Ol'r. JOll   DI.I'AKTMKST.  Isone of the bet equipped I ��������� r I ti I i 11������������> tii c ������������������_��������� -. In  the Wet ami prepared to exeenle nil Uniti (il  printing fn .Irsiulii**-* i>lvle nl lione-i prlee*-.  One priee to all. No Jnli too luri**���������iiniie i������"  ���������mall���������for IK. Mailorders proinptly niieiiiloil  m.   Hive us a trial on yntirncM inilei.  TO rOlIllK-l-liNUBSTf.  We Invite rorrcpnnileiii'i' on any -.uliji'rl  of Inn.re.st lo the uenertil pulille. In nil i*ii*e-  the txina IliH* inline (if tin* writer iiin.ii iici*oiii-  pany niann*eripl, bin not nei-es-nrily fur  j.iihtipaiion.  .*..|ilre������*. all coniiiiiiiilvHlioii*. lo llu* Mannuel".  NOTICi: "in I OIlllKsl'liNliKNT**.  '..���������All c*nrre**poiiiK*ni'u inti-l be li*|iilily  i\ ritteii on one st.le "I llu* )iii|iei" only.  ���������J.���������(���������<irrcsp'iiu!.*iii*i* -���������iiiiiiiIiiIiii; ...ir-mnil  matter must be-l*:iie.l mill llie proper iiaine  nf the writer.  , iC.fil'.Oll.VN,  i:.lltur.  Al h.\*. l.ftlA".  Trnielliiii* Aitenl.  Wedni'Mliiv,  .Inly 10.   llXll.  WORKING THE PRESS.  In the Hkisai.i*'.-* opinion   the   most  remarkable     and      mo<t      despicable  feature of the Trackmen's   strike   lias  been the deliberate fal.iificatioii of  llie  news given out  to'   thu   (iresh   in   the  telc*gra]ihic despatches.      We   do  not  allude   so   very   much   to   the olVici'il  announcements that the   company   is  having it all its own  way   and   liar- in  fact got  more   men   to   work on   Llie  track than it knows what to do   with.  These little flowers of the official fancy  are taken for what lhey are worth   by  the   puhlic   and   have   absolutely   no  effect on the strikers   at   all.      IL is a  recognized part of  sLrike   Luetics   foi'  each side to  proclaim   iLs   unbounded  confidence in lhe ultimate result.   The  Herald bases its own judgement on  this point on the impartial reporls   of  the   press,   Lhe   lillle   country   newspapers like itself,   along   the   line   of  conflict  and   its   finds that as far  as  ^ the west from "Winnipeg Lo lhe   coast  is concerned the men are holding firm,  noi a single case of any striker having  gone back to work having been report-  ed,  and while others have, been  brought in to take their places'and in  some cases have actually worked on  the track, a very large proportion of.  these have either at once or in a very  short while joined the strikers and  that practically and compared wilh  the ordinary state of activity at this  season the track is noi being maintained in anything like the shape il  usually is.  Still if it eases -the strain on Lhe  officials mind to say Lhat the managers and superintendents of the road  are positively being pestered to death  by men wanting work on the road  tliere is not much harm done. There  ha* lieen none of this kind of official  r.imancing on this division and Mr.  Duchesnay's sober computation of TS  laborei**-*. IM Jiridgemeii and   11   watch-  ex posed on Monday by' Iho   following  letter in Llie Free Press:  To tin* FA it or of the Five Press.  Sir,--*L would ask ynu t.o contradict  l.hc* dispatch whicli appeared in your  paper daled Fori "William, June 27,  dealing wilh llu* meeting of Lhe ditVer-  enl. oi'ders of railway men. Attached  you will lind a true copy of the resolution |.as.-eil at a meeting held by the  diffi'i'ciil. orders of railway men on  .June "lib, instead of the -Kith, as tin  dispatch referred Lo would make il  appeal'. ���������)��������� 3. Klt.\-*l-:u.  Knit William, .lune Illl.  "At, a meeting of llii'ineniliei's of tin*  li. of I.. F... li. of I?. T.. li. "f I.- K.  and (.). of It. (!.. held tlii.*. day. the fo'-  lowing resolutions were pas-ed ur.au.-  nionsly:  "Iti'siilved lliat. tlie condition**, exist-  ii*j* and brought about, owing to the  stoppage of work by llu-employes of  the maintenance of way department,  arc* calculated to greatly endanger the  pt-i'Miniil safety of I.he employes of the  train service and is against the best, in-  teiesl ol' the company, therefore be it.  resolved thai we deplore Lhe continu-  ancc of Llie strike, and wilh Lhe view  of bringing ahoul a fair-settlement, we  the brotherhoods jointly assembled,  are strongly in t'avni* of conciliation  through and by the general chairman  of Lhe five organizations here represented, and that a copy of lhis resolution be forwarded toevery division  or lodge on the C. P. I", system, antl  Lhey are hereby requeslod to take such  or a. similar action."  II would require the most piirvursc*  ingenuity Lo extract any criticism of  the trackmen I'or striking or sympathy  with the company in the above resolution, Lhough il would noi bo very  diliicult to point out how flatly it  contradicts Iho official assertions with  the regard Lo lhe ridiculous ease with  which they are filling the strikers  places and getting gang after ijang to  return lo work. The resolution expresses no opinion whatever as to the  rights or wrongs of the strike but  simply'puts the matter from the point  of view of Lhe train service employes,  who consider the road as dangerous  for travel.  These are only two salient instances  of falsification. There are plenty of  others. II is hard to believe Lhat anybody is using the C. P. R. press service  Lo deceive the public simply to pass  away the time. Somebody musi be  paying for thiskind of dirty work, ll  is mighty duly work and should draw  big wages. IBul whoever is paying  for it is paying for nothing that is of'any  earthly advantage to the C. , P. R.  company. The. public has ceased to  Lake any stock whatever in any  telegraphic reports about the  strike unless known to proceed from  a perfectly independent source. The  company gains nolhing by them except additional public disfavor. It  ought to be strong enough to fight a  section man fair.  stances siui'iuindvil and   of the extra*  ordinary   obstacles   to   the  successful1  'prosecution   of   silver-lead   mining al  piesent prevailing.    The value of our  silvei -lead ores is mi great as compared  with'those   in   other  camps   on   this  continent,     lhat   onu    of     the    very  iibstai Ies. llu* decreased price of silver  and It-ail'.might  have been   maile  use  of by a wise unci politic attitude on tin  part of the government for the develop  ment of the district.   A liberal   policy,  .1    policy    lhat   iiiuii'd   lo   em otiragi  capital to take hold .ind  was willing tu  wail,   for   ir-ul'-,     in      the    shape    of  inrreaseil pi'iiviiifial ievenne until  thi"  jinln.-tiy  was  well  on  il-.   leg-:  would  i.ive   a     marked   *.l.'.*i*t    in    (hawing  eiipil.il fi'iiin I'liiup*! when* ?!HI is  coii-  -idi'ieil out nf right tu ICiinleiiay where  il   is    liaidly     i-iiin-iiilcivil    vt oi I h    the  li'uuble of milling.    A-it  is.  however,  lhey npp.ii'i'iilly   think   iln.vn   at.  Victoiia tlint a.*-long as il- a   mini*   its  all  the   same   wlielhei'  its   free    milling  ipiarl'/. or galena.    Tliey lump them all  up a.s lnelallifei'ous mines at d tax and  legislate llii'in all for nil Ihi'ie* is  iu  it.  And then ihey wonder why i he silvei-  leir.l   mining  industry   instead   of ail-  v Hieing i������ falling nil'.   Rut lh"ie is  no  mystery at  all  al'iuit it.    Any  infant  industry conl' ontel wiLh  the c .mbi  nation   of   falling   prices,   capitalistic  hostility,     unwise    legislation       and  governmental  indifference  would  fall  oil'in the same way.   And the pity ol  it is that the  13. C. government have  always had and still hold  the  cards in  their hand, to reveise the whole situation and turn the vei v burdens which  are now  crushing the life i ut of the  development of the silvcr.lead   mining  in   j-ootenay     inlo   stepping   stones,  which woiild cany  it foi waid   to the  most, pioucnmced success.  SPACE RESEEVBD FOR  SPACE RESERVED FOR  Revelstoke  Station.  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC   :AXH:  ii  Soo Line"  Business  Mention.  ��������� Ice foi sale.���������Apply A. N. Smith,  ���������Ice Cream Sodas everyday at Bews.  ���������Up to dale shirt waists made at  the Madison Parlors.  ���������The newest books always come in  as sunn as printed at the Canada I)r*jg  & Book Co.  ���������Always read the Canada Drug &  Book Co's ad, something new and up  Lo date all the time.  ���������New vaccination shields very  comfortable and only 15c. at tlie Canada Drug & Book Co.  ���������XVe have a fresh supply of tanglefoot Hy paper, poison fly paper, insect,  powder and blowers at Canada Drug  __ Book Co. _ "   ���������  ��������� If you are troubled this warm  weather wilh corns, we have a new  plaster thai fusions around lhe. toe  and removes corn in two days. 2o  ceuIs per box. Try one they are  excellent.    Canada Drug Si Book Co.  Notice  to   Preemptors   of  Crown Lands.  IMPERIAL  LIMITED  Starting June "oth,  will make the run from Coast to  Coast in  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords. ���������  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.   >  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop.  TIIE 211th ANMVERSARY   OFTIIE- BATTLE OF  THE BOYNE.  100  Hours  Stea.ni  Laundry  men actually at work on Saturday "ii  the Mountain DivNion froni lievelstoke to Laggan. 1 Ki miles and lis  miles more on the Arrowhead branch  and of i'i la I Hirers and full complement  of trackmen on the Shuswap -.ection.  Uevektoke to Kamloop- 12.S miles and  31 mile- additional on the Okanagan  branch tin* Mki.'ai.ii accept.- a.- perfectly accurate. When il is i-eiiiem-  liered that. Iietw-en live and  hundred trackmen wen* computed I  have   been  during the fil-*t few days nf the .-ti'ike  from (oint-S ea������t and that then* wesi*  --till many other*** left* along the line,  wlio had also quit work, it will canity  l*������ M-.cn that at a very liln-iv.l estimate  there is not one man at work on thii*  divi.-ion now for every ten that there  were before the strike lx*gau. The  l-oad cannot be kept in proper shape  with that number. If it could be  tliere is no doubt in the world that it  always would lx*.  But the Hehai.d in its opening  sentence referred to graver infractions  of the commandment against liearing  false witness. For instance the  following despatch obtained wide  circulation last week :  ���������'Winnipeg. June 2S.���������J. Clark and  J. E. Gordon, tu'o of the Canadian Pacific striking section foicmen. have  been arrested ancl convicted forthrow-  ingstones at and intimidating men  who were working on the track. J.  K. Gordon is chairman of the local  committee of striking trackmen.'*  "Sow the "Voice, which is a "Winnipeg  Labor paper, states that there has  lieen no stone throwing, no arrests  and that the  veiy   names  mentioned  -si e-ve-r-leald-probl mil-  The attention of Pre-etnptnrs of Crnivn Land*,  is hereby cullc.l to mi iimemiinent to the '-I.hihI  Act," pa_--ed in the last .**.e*-slon of lhe I.egi-,-  lainri', which provides a.s follows, vii*-:  "9. Pre-emptors of Crown Ln.ti.1*-, whether  in arrears in payment of instalments of  purchase money or not. who at the'tiine of  foininir into lorce of thi*. Act have obtained  CertiIic*rtte**of Improvement, or who -hall have  i.Dtiilnod Cerlilicale**. of Improvement within  twelve month*, thereafter, .-hall on conforming  with tlie provision*, of the "Um! .ict," except  a-; hereby altered, be entitled to obtain Crown  grants of their pre-emption claim-" upon corn-  pletine pa>ment-; of piircha**e money at tlie  rate of seventy-rive cent*, per acre, and frown  Grant fees*, wliich payment- may UJ made as  follow-. / , . *      -  T\*ri.niv-r,v^ r-nnt-i ppr hit** on-before, the  , The Nelson Tribune thinks that the  fact that capital is eagerly rushing in  to lake_a.ilva.uta.ge jf ; the recent finds  of fret-milling cpiaitz cm Fish Kiver'is  is a proof that Lhe mining policy of lhe  Piovince is all right. It is nothing of  the kind. As every otic knows free  i milling ipi.irtz, wliich can so easily lit*  sjx ��������� It fitted on the spot and the output of  which   lind**! a   ready   market   at llie  brought   into   K.."v..M.������U.-|,,w,,,,,*t  lMnk'  >''i'l attract capital   in  any p,ut of the world, under almost  any legislative restrictions short of  actual confiscation. As a matter of  fact llie Fish I'ivci* camp is a standing  in-tancc of the indilTeieiice and ii.-  .ic-tivity, wliich tiie pi ovincial government hai always displayed towards  the mining industty of Kontenay.  Like all the rest of Kootenay, the  principal leads found on Fish liiver are  silver-lead. It, is found there and has  been known to exist, theie for years in  the s.mil: abiind.nice and of the same  exliaordinary richneis which distinguish the Kootenay silvei-end  leads and should _iiiaki. Kootenay the  greatest silver-lead producing country  on the continent. Tel. how long nioie  would it have taken before the Fish  River camp wa.s ever heanl of under  present conditions unless the gold  stiike had been made*? How long  iintlei'lpresent conditions will it take  Kootenay to win the place al the  very top of thc silver-lead ramps of  America which naturally belongs to  her!-' It is not this or that tinkering  detail of legislation, whicli one complains of, but it is the apathy with  which the unique situ.iliun in Kootenay. as a silvet-Vad camp  i-s regal tied  31stda\-of Dei-ember, 1WI  " Twenty-five cent** per acre on or before the  "10th dav of June. \9K; -  " and tbe remainic*;���������  " Twentv-fivc c'-nt. per acr" on or before the  Sl-st day of Decern her, 1902. and ivittuiiit .any  further payment of interest."  ���������W.-S  ������OHE,   .  Deputy of f.aml." anil Work*.  Land" and Work-, rx-'partmeut,  Victoria, H. <J.. l-aJiui'.*. Hill.  . Cheap Rates  Now in Effect to the  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent ���������  '  Kevelsioke.  J, E. Coyle.  AS-iiKt. Gcil.  Passenger Aeunt  Vancouver.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  Troii'lwell   Mlnlne claim  T.ardeiiu   MinlUK   Dili*.  A. N. SMITH  BAKER, .CONFECTIONER,,  and ciitcrer Ktc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  .Mail orders promptly and carefully  ,    attended to  !\ 0. Hox  r.fi.  Revelstoke, B.C.  NOTICK. '   ���������  Ituati*    in    Union of We*t   Kontenay '.  Dl-ilrli-c. ' " - j  "Whori*   located:     On f-Ctlnuton  Mountain, .  near l'nol f-'reek hr!d|je. 1  Take Notlru that I. V. G. rir������;i'ii, nf Nel������^n, j  iii'iiiiK ai Hitvni for ihe " Iiniierlal llevelor- :  incut svnilicat.;. 1,11:*. I led." Free Miner'*" I  Certi finite No. 15 *!,lill. Intend, ������iTty dnv i (rom i  the dan* hereof, to apply to the Mining j  Keeorder for a Certificate of Improvomcnla  for tlie |������uri.iwe of oblainins :i Crown Oram of '  thu above i'luiin, |  And further take ii'itiee  thai   action,  under.  Section   'it, must   be  connneur*.._   beiore tin.  Li-uianceof "uch Certlliuate of finprovenn-nts.  Dated this twenllctli day of .Inn-. IW.  1*. C. f.RKE.V,  l: i.. s.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B: Paget, Prop.  I'rornpi delivery of parrel", i-her-ieo, etc.  to any part of the city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  GRAND PROVINCIAL  In the City of Vancouver.*,* -_-    ;' X .'���������' .i  12thi901  X i������_!B!__i*_iaa3S v **5bsA 1  BEDRAGGLED SKIRTS  This i**;hari" weather on' those'beaiitiful  white skirts: makes them dirty.all.  around the bottom���������so jou'd not want  to wu-.li them yourself.    *   -.  " .  We want them for yon, thnnvii.  Wc want tu -miike them clean and  bripht anil tresh. - We make nil linen  look frcvih and sweet..  FAYETTE BUKER.  HiQtPARSON  The Double Eagle Mining: and Develop  ment Co., Limited Liability.  NOTICR is liereliy ftiven that the  annual .penenil meetiiifc of share-  holders of this company, will lie held  at t.he company's nfTice nt Ferguson.  B.C.. on Thursday, .Inly 1 Ith, IfXil, at  2 p. rn. The tran**fci* hook" of the  coiiipmiiv will he closed from July 1 to  11. llXll.' ���������  A. If. Holdick, Secretary.  Ihe Great Western Mines. Limited  Liability.  NOTICK is hei dry j,iven thnt the  iinniml general meeting of ."hare-  holdeis in this company will he held at  the eompanv'**! ollice at Ferguson, B C.  on Weilncsrlav. .Inly Kith. 11)01. at 2 p.  ni. The trnnsfer luxiki of the coinpanv- will la; closed from July 1 to  10. 1001.  A. IJ. TJouiich, Secret'try.  Alt orders left at R. ir. Pmythc'i Tobareo  Store, or byTelej.honeNo.T wil! receive prompt  attention.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Ete.  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly filled.  Co���������7������.?8.������X.. RBYBIfS^OKB,' B.S.  ���������Get a camera or kodak and enjoy  yourself. The Canada Drug & Book Co  keep them *tt nil price*.  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  KEVELSIOKE T0~  VANCOUVER  nnd' KETURN  Good from' the 10th  to theiT.th-'.of July  "Ihclusiy.e;. . %.. f-   .  This excursion will be taken- advantage -of by the majority of the  citizens of Revelstoke and the surrounding country, many of whom  have never bad' a, chance to visit the Metropolis of the North Pacilic.  Ample lime will be given to visit outside points. Those not wishing to  . leave Revelstoke on thc 10th may go on the lltli and theii'arrive nt  Vancouver in time lo view the, Grand .Parade���������5,000 Orangemen  C'xp.-cled iu line.  All B. <'."lodges west of Ttovolstoki. will be'in alle'iidiincc.'as "well as  . l-iodgcs from   the   States of  Oregon   and   AViisliington   and   possibly  California.    The Duke of Coiiiimight's Own  Military Band is-engaged  ,   for the day as well as others from outside points.     ���������      .   ". ,*._*."  A   first class progriunine. of sports including Lacrosse,-', Base Ball,  ete.nis being arranged at Brackton Point, Stanley Park. ���������  The J Ion. N. Clarku Wallace, Sovereign Grand Master, E. C. Clark,  M. P.,'anil Win. Johnston of Bally Kilhey,   Ireland,   are' aiming   the  prominent speakers of the day. .,    \  ^     Come all and enjoy yourselves.     Por further information se.e ltii'ge  posters. , ", ' -'       ���������'  -^^^Parties-intending to take-ad van lngo"������f-lhe-=excursion -rate���������should���������  leave their names at the Hkrami oflice or with the secretary.of the L".  O. T-.. so that an estimate of the number who will avail. themselves of  this opportunity to visit the coast, can be arrived at. -. ���������   ������������������,. :.'A' ���������"  ThOS. STEAD, W. M.  W. C. BIRNEY, Sec. L. 0. L. No. 18SS.  REVELSTOKE, ,B. C.  A BARGAIN IN  REAL ESTATE  A     VALUAI.I.I5    nPZSIDKNCE ���������  Pi*oi������ertv near the Court house. ��������� Cost  ovit S2.'fXJ0, for sale at $1(100. For  terms and particulars apply to A.  JOHNSON, Herald Office.  A    BUSINESS  PROPERTY  FOR SALE  ON SECOND STREET���������a bargain  and on easy terms of payment. Apply  to J. D. SIBBALD, Real Estate Agt.  Good accommodation.   A good Bar, well supplied With  Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  Brown & Guerin : Props, j;  ******.;  P. BURNS & COY.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MUTTON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  1  ,'Eto:|']  i  !  )  i  *************************+$*************************  Columbia House  Rates:   $1.00 per day.,  -i ��������� i \*  -0  f-  RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province. Its mining, telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sourcas and presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  paper of such an important Railway Centre, its  attention has always been drawn to Railway  matters, and recently it has definitely taken up  the task of forming itself into a vehicle of railway,  news in which railway employes all over British  Columbia and Alberta will find the news of the*  Great Railway System to which they belong, and  of personal and the happenings affecting themselves and their fellow employes. THE HERALD  has long enjoyed the largest circulation 'of any  paper published in the district,: which is now  rapidly increasing among the Railway Men East,  West and South. It is hardly necessary to point,  out to any shrewd businessman the advantages  which it thus offers as an advertising medium  throughout the entire field which it covers.  LEGAL  : It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with.business houses and  as a consequence does more business with-'those',  requiring Printed Stationery and officef supplies  than any other Printing {Establishment in Eastern British Columbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced jequalfbo anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by; much larger  Printeries. '.'..-,    f -   ''..'-.  Is^equipped with the latest^faces in .type designs  and all work entrusted'tb^THE HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  4ihderstand/fahe_T)roper use df the material at their  disposal. THE HERALD does not claim to be the  only printing house in the district* but it does  claim to b3  *  Thoroughly IIp-To-Date  i  i  i  Printed and Published by  The Revelstoke Herald Pub. CO.  LIMITED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  St  M. SCOT I'    15. A., 1.I..H.  1'Rrriitcr.      Pnlii-itoi,    Notary    I'ulilio,   Tilts,  .MuKenziu A\i.iinc, ll*_*,t.l**.lol.c sluliuii.  .ton*.**. I.i liuiii,  pj.MWKY, M'CAK.'������������������'*-���������. A. 1-lXlCll .M  liiirri tcir-, buliuilors. l_t<*.  Solicitor*, forliniierial Hunk tn Canada.  I'ompiiiiv mini*, to limn tuS peri out.  l-iusT sil'.EKT, Ke\ultli>l:c aluliuii, 11. C.  Certificate of Imtprovemens  NOTICE  MEDICAL.  J*  W. CROSS*-,  OUii-i-:     Mwkcii/.i*. .Ateiiuii,  I'-vulstok., II.C  SUKU-'-ON TO TIIK C. P. K,  Health Oflu-ur, Citv of Itcwlitokc.  CHURCHES  MKTIlODI.Sr ClltlltCII,  KBVELSIOKE.  Preaflilni; ser. ices at 11 a. m. and 7:110 p. m  Cittii iiio-iing at tliu close at. tlie morning  ���������.ervice. * sabiiatli Si'liool anil Bible Class at !1:.>U  Week-lv l'raver M._tin_ every Wednesday  eienin'i,' at 7':.(D. The jiuIjIic nre con-Hnlly  ItiYltetl.   Seats, free.  Kev. C. I.aiineii, Pastor.  "Dor.i," "riiiilniu" .Mill "Cliu.i"  miiii'r-tl i'luiin**, situate in tliu J_,n*dean  Mining Division nf West Kootenay  Disl.i-iel*.  Where located: Alonn Pool Creel*,  iilitiut J, mill* nlinvi-. Iiiidge.  TAK'IS NOTICE that i, F. C. Gicen.  nf Nelson, art ing ns agent foi B. K.  Grove, Free Miner's Oeitific.ile No. li  TtD0T2, intend, sixty days froni the date  hereof to apply to tlii. Mining Kecind  er for ceitificales bf improvements, fni*  the purpose of olii,lining Ci-owu  grants ot the aliove claims.  And fiii'tlier take notice that action,  under section 37. must be ciiiiimt-uced  before the issuance of such certificates  of improvements.  Dated this 1st day of June 1001.  F. C. Ghees'.  THE FREIGHT'S  THE THING  .ST. l'ETEKS Cltl'ltCH,  ANGLICAN.  Eight a.m., Holy Eupjiurl-t; 11 a m., matins,  .limivtmd scrinun (Huly 1'iieliarist ilrst ,*-.un-  da\   iii llie month); '2:'.lt>  biindity   school, or  children'**, service; 7::;u Kvi'iisung (elioinlj and  hcriiicm.   llolv I>n\s���������The Holy   l.neliarist is  t-t.l__riit-.il m t n.iu. orS n in , as announced.  Huh lin.illsiii after Sunday School af.l:15.  i*. a. i-KOctiNiKH, Kccmr.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  ������������������Ill.SUYl'EllIAN   ClIlUll-II.  Servicecerv Sunday at 11 a.ni. and ~:'.'i) p.m.  lo wlileh all arc welcome. Prayer meeting at  8 ii. in. eveiy Wednesday.  ntiv. w. i'. Cai.tikh, Pastor.  IIO.M.I.V  CATHOl.li: UIUlll'll.  Mh������s   nt 111:.'..! n. in ,  on   lir-l.  .iccoml  and  lourili Sundays in tlieinonih. ������  lli;v.   PATIIKI!   TM1VKR.   ���������  SALVATION   ARMY.  .Mcetini. even night in llieir Hall on  Kront  Street. '  .        . , '   ;  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,;  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.   j  Meets every Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hall at So'clock;  Visiting Knights invited.   ���������  E. G. BuitBinoK, CO..:    :    :    :    :    :'  :   : F. XV. -Mackinkot, K. of It. & Si  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658..  J-tepulnr meetings, are held in tlu!  Oddfellow'". Hall on the Third Krl-I  day 01 each month, at _ 11 111 sharp.*  Visitinc brethren cordiallr invited '  -      THOS. S-TEKD, W.M. .  W.U.-SIHM-Y   lt.e.-Sei:.     ���������  t    '  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER. '    !  Royal School of Mines, London. Seven year*-  at'Morfa Works, Swansea. 17 jears Chiel  Chemist to wigan Conl and Iron Co., Eng'  I.ate chemist and Assa>er, Hall Mines,'Ltd. ;  Claims examined aud reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.  EDWARD A. HAGGEN,  Wixixg Enginuek, '    -  Member Mnerican Institute Mining Engine.rs  Member Canadian Mining Institute.  KEVELSTOKE. B. C."  Examination of and reports on Mineral prop-  .      erties a specialty. '  *' Red P.oic Degree meets second and fonrtl  Tutsda\s of each month; White Rose Degrci  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall." Visitilig brethren welcome* >  'l\'M. WATbON, HY. EDWARDS.  President. " Secretary.  "Ciioll 1" "Tnsenn" and L. V, (Fr.11 -  tional JMineral Claims situiite, in the  LiiiiUmii Mining Division of West  Kootenay District,  Where locnted : On Lexington  Mountain South West, ot Eva tnitu*.  Take notici* that I, F. C. Green, of  Nelson, acting as agent for Aniliew F.  Riisenliei'gi'r. F. M. C.-13. DOiSl anil  the luipfi'ial Di-vi-lopinetit Synilicnti*.  Liniiteil, Fiee AIini*i*'s Certilii-ate No  IJ, '2-21)1(1, intend, sixty days lrotn tin  date hereoi, to apply lo the Minim  Recouli-r lor certificates of iuipi'iive*  incuts, for tin* pill pose of nlitainiiif.  ("1 own grants of the ahove 1'l.iiiim.  ' And iiuthi'i* take notice that action,  under section !J7, must he coniineni'i-.l  liefore tin.- issuance of such certiiicates  of iiiipiovenients.  Dated this Hrst day uf June 1031.  F. C. Git KEN*.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Joker" Mineral Claim, situate ii  the Ii.irdi.aii Mining Division ot Wes  Kooti'iniy District.  Where located: On Lexingtoi  Mountain adjoiiung Eva group 01  West.  Take notice that I, F. C. Green, o  NeKnn, acting as agent for tin* Impel  ial Development Syndicate Limited  Fiee Miner's Certificate No. I', H2(H0  intend, sixty days from the date here  of, to apply to the Mining Itecoi lie  for a cei'tititale of improvements, fo  the pill pose of obtaining ,1 Ciowi  giant of the above claim.  And further take notici; that action  under section 37. must 'ie comment ei  liefore the issuance of such certifii.Ui  of improvements.  Dated this lirst day of June. lOOl.  F. C. Green.  Certificate of Improvements  *     NOTICE.  "Imperial" and "Balfour", mineral  claims, situate in the Lardeau miuin_>  division of West Kootenay distiiet."  Where located:- On Lexingtoi.  mountain, south of the Eva"mine.-  Take notice that I. F. C. Green ol  Nelson, acting as agent for J. J. Folev.  F. M. C. B. 32030. Corv Meiilicn-.k, F  M. C; Si. 32.021 and John Biennand.  Free Miners Certificate No. B. 32037.  intend CO days from the datehereof, ti  apply to the Mining Recorder foi  Certificate of Improvements, lor the  put-pose of obtaining Crown Grants ol  the above claims.  - And hirther take notit e thatiiction.  under section 37. must lie ccnimiriu-e.l  hafoi-e the'issu.ince of such certificiti  of improvements.  Dited this 8U1 day of June, 1109.     -  F. C. GREEN.  .   H. .Eu'vV ARDS  -'  TAXIDERMIST.     v  DEER HEADS, MUDS., Etc. MOUNTED,  ,  Furs Cleaned and Hepaired. -  r.OVERING'S OI-P.STAND . :    Second Streot  of*     Metalliferous  Mines  .'  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Bine Jay" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Lardeau mining division of* West*  Kootenav district. *   ���������  Where  located: On  Lexington  Mountain  one-third of .1 mile south of  the Eva mine.  " Take notice that I.   F. C. Green of  Nelson,  acting as   agent   for  Dan Mcintosh, Free Miner's Certificate No. IB.  32010, intend 00  days  fiom   the date  .hereof,   to    apply     to    the    Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,  for the purpose 'of obtaining n  Crown grant ol the ahove claim.  ^Anrt iurthertake"notice"tlia|-nctionf  under section 37, musi,  In* (ommi'nvecl  before the  issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dat.d this 1st day of June. 1J101.*  F. C. GitiiKN.  Magnificent Pullmans Make Ten  Times the Show of Their  Real Value to The Road.  (C.nl llovey in Aitislec.'s.)  ���������'About three 1ju.11 ters of a railroad's*  receipts comu liom the I'i eight department.      The    passenger    d> partmont'  supplies tu-arly all the lest, the income,  ���������j  from    the    mail,    express  and other  privileges being coinp.uatively small.  Carrying passengeis is a. simple matter  or would he, if state legislatutes did  not now and then take a hand in  prest rilling added specific.itions for  uiilro.id passenger service. In Ohio  .t law was passed decreeing lliiit, the  Height between the piatfoi 111 and the  lowest steps of passenger coaches  oliould not exceed 12 inches. Tliis cost  *.he railroads neaily $100,000, and the  reform led to the abolition of a nuiii-  .ier of Hag stops where the ilassengers  l.ul been quite willing to scramble up  'If the ballast. Li'gislatui es in the  West have been known to hamper and  ���������xasperate railway men apparently for  ���������.lie pin e pleasure of the act. a stale of  .hings that seems almost inconceiv.  able in some eastern stales, wheie tbe  legislatures represent the lailroads  better than the railto.ids tould lepre-  ���������ent themselves. Compared with the  i-eight business tne passenger traffic  .resents few complications-. The  ,uat simplifying factor is that pass-  -nger rates are stable while fi eight  ates are not. Passengers pay a fixe.d  ate per mile Tor tt.inspoi tation. But  .hegpiice of freight, transportation  /aries according to the size of the lot.  "It, is ciiiinus.to notice that the  'reight trains, scaieciow processions  jf shameless packing cases on wheels,  interminably squeaking through "0111  .tieets, are the ones that really ennui  .vhen you come to make up the piotits  L'he magnificent trains of vestibiiled  _*uIIiii.mis wliich glide swiltly thiough  -he country cn velvet roadbeds make  en times lhe show that their leal  value lo the load warrants. Nothing  -aiiely is more disreptuable'in appearance than the procession of battered  freight cars that jolts.and, creaks into  the yard in the sunny mist of aSund.iy  morning���������unless it is the physiogomies  of the pair of brakesmen Hailing their  leg's over the roof. Tet the train is  lo'mg something more tliati its shaie  toward keeping the "line" going. The  two rowdies on the toot' aie, Jl re after  all. gill-edged conductors in the inak-  iug. It is a democratic business.  Freight brakeman to freight conductor, freight conductor to passenger  conductor���������lhat is life older of pio-  motion on most American loads. So  the freight train man . impresses  himself ,011 the \vhole passenger  service."'  NETTIE L. MINE  OPALINE _. TREATMENT.  Seif   Home   Treatment   for   Ladies.  I will send free -iiith full instructions some  of tins hiiuple preparation for the cure of  I.eueorrlicea, Uleeration, Displacement and all  Female troubles to all ladies -sending addrcs*.  to Ml'.S. J.O. LEE, -Branch Manager, near  East Hailuay Signal, Revelstoke Stuiion.  Mav H���������2m  WaNTED���������Position as housekeeper or work  ing companion near Kevelstoke. Comfortable  Imine more desired than salery, Box 71,  Kevelstoke Station.  Government Distribution of.Stumping  Powder'.".* -. - .  ���������"���������"AltMERSide.sirous-.of.boini. supplied .with  ���������Blasting I'owder at cost price, lor clearing  land, can obtain blank forms of requlnition  from the Secretaries ol tlie Farmcrs-Iiiiuiutes  a*j follows :  And in a position,to give as good value for the  money expended,, either for advertising space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British Columbia. Write for Sample s of Printing. All work  turned out promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too large or too smallfor THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail. *  lysi'ECTQKs; districts.  . ���������   ,   'THS Inspectors* of Metalliferous rallies arc  hereby assigned the following as. their respective Inspection pistrlels with headquarters an  noted, t u.Mi. tmsiiniincnt to take place from  June iritli.imjl, until further notice.  VKUHIHAI.11 HICK, Inspector.  lleailqiiirrters,    i;ranbrnok.    ofllee   ol  Do'iuiv Mluin*. I'd order.-*  Inspection 'llintrlct ���������hall   comprise  all   of  Kast Kooienay and  also  Clout  Kiver mliilni;  iilvlslon of West Kootenay.  In  addition  to the duticK  of   Inspector of  Metalliferous mines, Mr. Hick will also nctas  liihpcctor    of   Coal  Mines  within the sanu-  Oisirict.  IAMKS MKlIlECOU, Inspector. -  Headquarters, Ofllcu of , Mining  Uecorder, Nelvop.  Inspection llistrict shall comprise all of  .Vest Kootenay except Coal II Ive j Mllilnn  Division and also Hie Orand Forks and Kettle  Itiver MlniiiK Divisions ."if Yale llistrict.  THOMAS MOlt'lAN, int-pct'lor.  , Iluadqiiiirierh, (.ioverninctit Bulldinirs,  Kanainio.  Inspection District. Vancouver, Island mid  Coast District. .  Mr. Morgan is also Inspector of Coal Mines  for till* District.  Nolicc is hereby given of such inspection  Districts and thai lu accordance with the  'inspection of Metalliferous Jliiies Act, 1897,'  ind Amending Acts, notice ol' accidents to  imploycs happcniiiguitliln any of such Districts must be promptly reported both to the  Inspector of such llistrict and also to the  Minister of Mines. Victoria.  In mines not included in the above Districts  managers will report. In duplicate, to the  Minister of Mines direct, wlio, If lie considers  lt necessary, will assign an Inspector to  specially report.  Blank forms upon wliich 10 make reports ef  such   accidents may  be obtained   from the  Inspector of the  District, from   tlie  Mining  Keeorder. or upon application to this oflice.  K1CIIAKD McBRlDK,  Minister of Mines.  Dcnartraent of Mines,  otu June, l'JOl.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  ; NOTICE.  "Th.lmir (riitftioti.il) and ���������'Cnnon"  (frui'tion'il) ininei'iil claim**, situate in  tlie* 1_>ii*.U*tLii mining,division of Wusl  ICnnL-imy dint lint.  Whore I11.nled: 'On Pool iii'i-k  adjoining Lhu Tlii-liuu nnd Dora miri-  I't'lll cliiiniH. .. ,  Take "notice Ili-it I; F. C. Oieenof  Niilnoii, nc-tiriK as iiircnl. for tin* Iinpi.i-  IM Dcvi'lopnii-nt Syniliinti*, Liiniti'tl.  Free Mini'i'H Ci'i tillt.itu No. li. .*"2010.  intend (Ml days from tin: dati* hi*n*of, tn  apply to tin. Mining Rerorilei' foi  c-fftificivte of inipi'ovi'tiiL'iits, for tin-  pin-pom' of obtaining Ciown flints (il  tin* nliovo clainiF.    '  And fiii'tliur tnkfi notice that action,  unilcr section 117. must lie coiiiiin*ni*ecl  liefoii* the issuance of such cerlillciites  of improvement.;.  Dated this fit si day of June, 1001.  F, C. GliEEN.  Farmers'  Farmurs'  Henry Hills, Eecv, Alberni  Institute, Alberni. ,  J. A. Ilalliday, Sec'y,' Comox  Institute, bnniHvicli.  John Ste������art. See'y, 'Xanalmo-Cedar Farmers Institute. Stark's Crossing, Nanaimo.  II.de M. Mellln, Sec'y, Cowlchan. Farmers*  Insitiitc, Somcnos.  J II. Smart,    See'y,'   Metqhosin    Farmers'  Institute. Metehosln.  _,<"; K.King, Sec'y Victoria Farmers' Institute.  Ceitar Hill.  ���������   E. Walter, See*}-, Islands Farmers   Institute.  Cianf.es Hartior. . -  K. A. llrown, Sec'y, Delta Farmer*,' Institute.  I.adncr.  II. llosc, Sec'y,  Surrey   Farmers' Institute,  Surrey Centre.  A. ll.l'. Mailiew,  Sec'y  Institute, I.anKluv. ���������  Alex,    l'lilllp, *Sce'y,    Richmond Farmers'  Institute, Vancouver.  , A:..M.*  \erehcrc,  Sec'y,   Mission   Farmers'  Instilute, Mission Citv.  , ������:..w': <:i'!l,.,,!!?>'' s,cc''- Clillllw*ck Farmers'  Institute, Chtlliw tick.  Win.  (Jrcen, Sec'y, Kent Farmers'Institute.  Anassl*!.  -nrmeri,  Iasll-  I.anslcy-FarmcrV  Declaration of Dissolution  of Partnership.  Wc, Clarence William Field, of Golden, B. C,  and Waltt-r Bews, ol Kevelstoke, B. u��������� formerly lnembcrsof the firm carrying on business  as druitKists and merchants'at Kevelstoke, in  the Province ol British Columbia, under the  style of " Field 4 Bews," do hereby certify  that thc said partnership was on thc 13th day  of June, 1901 dissolved.      ",   -*  Witness our bands this 18th day'of June, A  D���������1901.  THOS. O'BRIEN.  Golden, B. C,  Solicitor  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  }    C. W. FIELD,  )    WALBK  Rossland mineral claim, si tun ted in  the Lardeau Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.  ' Where located: On Lexington Mountain South of the Eva mini*.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F.C. Green,  of Nelson, acting as agent for Cory  Menhenick F. M. C. B. 32U21 and J. J-  Foley Free MiiiHi-'s Cei tiflcate No. B.  32,030, intend, sixly days from the date  hereof, to apply totlie AliuiiiKltecordei  for a certificate of iiiipioveineiits, for  the purpose of obtaining 11 Crown  grant of the aliove claim.  And further take nolice.that action,  under section 37, inu������t be commenced  before the isstiauce of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this Sth day of June 1001.  F. V. (iRlZEH.  Aeassi**..  J.M. Webster, Sec'y Maple Ridee Fi  Institute, Webstcrs Corners.  John   Hall,   See'y, Matsqui  Farmer*,'  lute, AblioLsford.  A.H.  Crlchtoii,  Sec'y    Osoyoos    Farmers*  Insttute. Kelowna.  W 1; Horstcy, bec'y, Spallumcheen "farmers'  Insttuic*. ArinstroiiK.  S.M. McGuire, Sec'y, Salmon   Arm Farmers'  Institute,.Salmon Arm.  J. K.Smith, Sec'y, Kamloops Farmers' Insti*  tutu, Kamloops.  H. Percy Hodges, Sec'y, Okanacan Farmers'  Institute, Vernon.  J. 11. AXDEKSOX.  r,        .        .   ."eputy Minister of Asricultorc,  Department of Agrli-nltiire,  Victoria, n. C��������� May 8,1901.  SPRING and SUMMER  Millinery  Description of the Banner Property of the Lardeau From  Personal Observation by the  Provincial Mineralogist.  (rrom the Mining Report, 1901)  The Nettie L., 1. X. L��������� May B. and  Ajax form a group of claim.- owned by  lhe Great Weatci 11 Mines Co., of Revelstoke; W. B. Pool, president; A. H.  Hnldich, secretary. These claims,  together with. 1 number of otheis.incliid  ing the Brow, Raven, Clo-wc-up group,  Kooienay group. Black Eagle, etc..  are all sunposed to lie located on the  s.nuie lead, which runs along the hill ������  lying some thiee or four miles, as the  trail ,goes, behind Feiguson. The  outcrop of this lead 1 uns about N. 45  deg. W., with aiul iieni-the.ntiiii.it of  the range of hills lefeiied to. It can  lie traced with considerable accuracy  liiroiigti most of the claims m.n-  lioned,  At the lime the writer visited the  propel ly, theie was -o much under-  linsh, together with some snow, that  llie ti .icing of the lead had to be taken  ns proved from the developments seen  and from ihe repot ts of findings in test  pits, now caved in. There is, however,  little 1 oom to doubt lliat it does extend  as indicated.  The    1 hief    development lias   been  made  on   the   Nettie   L.   group  and  represents   a considerable amount of  work.  The discovery on this gioup consisted of a* highly-mineralized zone in  the Bch'iscs. about. 00 feet, wide and  outcropping on the hillside. The  mineralization consists chiefly oi  -ulphiJe*- of iron, with a little copper  and some lead, carrying values in gold  and* silver. On the surface' these  =ulphides had been oxidized, forming  an "iron capping" and making a considerable showing.  To cut lhis showing at a depth of  ubout 100 feet, a cioss-cut tunnel was  tun and at 130 feet* in it reached the  lead, cutting thiough it for CO feet.  After cutting through the lead, the'  tunnel ran through a fiactured zone,  some 0 feet acroi*, which seemed to  lie on the smooth hanging wall ofthe  lead.  This '-fractured zone" was composed"  of much fractiued quurtzose material, '  highly chargedNviih  iion   oxide and  reported by the management to carry  ���������  such amount* in gold, silver "and lead,  with  some   copper,  as to render it of  shipping value. ' .  Appaiently, this fractured zone in  the tunnel was mistaken for the continuation., of the_surfnce- showing, a "  raise having been made on' it to tha  surface. This raise was found to come  out a tew feet above such showing and  in contact theiewith.  Below the level of this (No. 1) tunnel -  a winze had been sunk for some GO feet  and from the bottom of this, drirts had  been made to the right and left, proving thit the fractured' zone continued,  while, it is reported, the values were  also maintained.  On the tunnel level, a dritt had been  set oif to the left for about 100 feet nnd  another to the tight for about 150 feet.  Towards the end of this latter the zone  seemed to have considerably increased  in width.  I*.  At the end of this right-hand dtift, a  cross fissure was noted, cutting back  into the main lead and  ihis had been  followed by a cross-cut tunnel, then in  *  some 40 feet and expo-sing a stringer of  galena in quartz, the galena averaging  fiom 12 to 18  inches in width,   but  in' '  places widening out to .'" or 4 feet.  , At   the   time   of   inspection, all the  work being done in  this  tunnel  level  was confiiied to the particular cross-cut _,  last mentioned and a quantity or   very  nice  clean   galena,   running  high   in  silver, was being taken out." Smelter  returns from some 1?0 tons of ore, said  to have been taken chiefly  from .this  cross-vein, show an average net return  of about $70 per ton.  _ The writer understood that.it was  the -intention of the management -to '  make a similar noss-cut from the  lower drift, which starts from the  winze, in order to lest this cross-vein  at that level.  In older to tap the lead at a level  some SOO feet lower, it was found  advisable to mn a cross-cut tunnel  from the other side of the hill. This,  it was calculated, would strike the ore  in a distance of about 700 feet land the  work wns in pi ogress at the time the  propei ty was visited, but had not been  completed to a point below the [older  workings. -  From the motiih of this lower tunnel  it is" quite possible to run an aerial -  tramway to the vicinity of Ferguson,  from which point the; ore would be  taken by the mil way, which, it is expected, wil! soon be built.  At the No. 1 tunnel there nre suitable log hunk-houses, cook-house,  foreman's cabin and an ore-sorting  shed.  The following statement of assays *  was obtained fiom the management:  "Red cnibonaies" (so called locally)  140 oz. silver, $3.40 in gold. "Yellow  cat bonates" 90 oz. silver, with galena  199. Galena and zinc ore. 390 OZ9. silver ; $7.50 in gold.  The Latest and Most  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  Madison   Millinery  Parlors.  Misses Shepard & Bell ������|  McKenzie Avenue ���������       ���������  O' for a lodge in some vast wilderness,  Some boundless contiguity of shade,  With soda fouuts���������a million more  or  less���������  And countless rivers filled with lemonade '. *  'Beer wouldn't rhyme.'  ���������Montreal Herald,  "1    "* * fSmMXmbrryfsii!)*  1  I  t ���������M'*_*'_'*-*++*_'*_'*_**i**_**_.i.*i.*l.+i.+*_**_.*_.**|.+ I  t Disinfectants!!  Foul Drains. Clo-set.-*.  St.ililt. or decaying  j>arl>ai������e need _lt>*-t*  attention. Don't wait,  for an epidemic tu  break out, but, get  some  ?!  fr  *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  <*  fr  fr  fr  CHLORIDE OF  LIME  CREOLIN, JEY'S FLUID ������  ; Carbolic Acid or Powder.      *.  Von can get nnv of these nt, ������������  ;   Canada Drug &. Book Co.'s Store  4  ��������� *���������*** . T'-T****���������** *********** *���������*  iJ<SAy *6 fisa^yter<iy i<ny */%������^  fu  wfu/ey ������amp-^  47172^71/  ������7UMcJAt>(/  C^Miyny^itc.  ' 07l������uy.  i -yjits *^^*Vty^t-^, &fa  BORN.  aiKir.viiHKTT���������On   Sunday,  to Mr.   and   Mrs.   A.   Iti  son.  .Inly   7th.  'iindret I-   11  Deblass���������On  .Saturday,  (ith  inst.. tn  .    Mr. and Mrs.   Giovanni    1'elilns*-.   ,1  daughter.  Notes of News.  ���������Ice Cream Sodas every day at  Bew**.'.  J. H. Pettipiece returned from  Ottawa yesterday morning.]  Miss Frances Paget has returned  home for the summer vacation.  ���������A carload of ham.*< and bacons just  arrived ������t C. B. Hume Si Co.'s.  XV. B. Pool, manager >f the Nettie  X.-, went to Calgary on Monday morning.  Mr. and Mrs. L. Didisheim came in  from a visit to the Silver Cup mine on  ���������Sunday.  Cook Wanted���������A woman Cook  ���������wanted for hotel. Apply at Herald  otlice.  Di*. Cross and his sister Miss Lillian  Cross arrived from Winnipeg on Sunday's No. 1.  H. P. Smith came in from the Standard on Sunday and registered at the  ���������Columbia".  Surveyor Ross and party have left  the brick yard and shifted camp up to  the Canyon.  , E. A. Bradley came down from  Smith creek Monday and left for the  ���������west next morning.  Miss R. Woodward of the Herald  business office, left on a nip to Calgary on Monday morning.  A tennis social and summer hop at  Ye.stfi'day's No 1 came   in  thi.s liuiriiiti'jr.  ar.   11.11  P.. spent. Monday  the   west,   yester-  prmg  oods  Come and see  our Beautiful display of  SPUING  MERCHANDISE.  hotel  the   Halcyon    Hot   Springs  Bnnonnced for July 30.  ���������Lost.���������Between station and the  canyon,'on Big Bend road, a genlli-  inaii's black waterproof cape. Finder  please leave at this oflice.  1. T. Brewster came, in from the  "Rosebery- on Monday. 1). Wolsley  and :i party of men have started  operations on the mine.  Saturday's No. 1 got in shortly after  '2 p. in. 011 Sunday. It was over  r.hree ��������� hours making the 21 miles  between Calgary and Cochrane.  Nine denizens of the tenderloin  district attended a levee held by police  magistrate Sibb.ild on Saturday and  contributed $11.50 apiece to the city  treasury.  The Nelson papers contain accounts  of the narrow escape of Mrs. Horace  Hume aud children from being swept  ���������lown the rapids of the Kootenay near  Nelson on Monday.  "W". Douche, manager of the H. B.  Co.'s liquor department. Nelson, and  bride came up on Sunday from the  south aud went on to p'iy a visit to  Calgary next morning.  An official envelope containing  papers arid plans relating apparently  to the C. P. R. property in and around  ���������Revelstoke was picked up in the  Methodist c-htirch ou Monday and  .���������shanded-to-*-the���������Herald���������by���������Rev.���������C-  Ladner.  Hon. 3. H. Turner, finance minister,  came up from the south on Sunday.  He assured some of the strikers, who  met him here, that he would call the  uttention of the attorney general to  the infraction of the .alien In hor law  liy the C. P. R. Company as soon as  ever he got hack to Victoria.  F: C. Gamble, who was in town at  the end of last week, made a contract  ���������with Ham Donelly to complete the  canyon waggon road lo eight mile.  The road will follow the old Cummins  ���������survey, which adheres closely to the  present trail. The government will  Imild the bridge at Eight-Mile itself.  There were 40 members of L. O. L.  IXo ICj-S on parade on Sunday evening, the occasion of the annual church  parade of the order. The church  selected was St. Andrew's, wheie Rev.  XV. C Calder the pa������tor and chaplain  oCthe lodge pi-eachediin eloquent and  profound discourse on tht* .���������.object of  the Elect. After the elo.-e of the  sei-viee a hearty vote of thanks was  passed in Itxlge by tho Jissemliled  brethcrn to the preacher for his impressive sermon. a  The K������:iy Merry Makers carry with  them two large trunks filled with  instruments of which the following is  cirily a partial list: Cornet, trombori''.  _3y|ophoiu*. mandolin, guitar, h-tiju.  violin, mtlsii-al glasses, musical forks.  I'.-illiop.*. English boliin*, cowbell.***.  .-I.igh liells. i-Hltlehones. etc.. etc. At  lhe same time lheir euteitainmerit  is in no s-cnse n concert. Cmueily is  ��������� he strung feature: to  int<i-.*_t people iinil make them latigh-  5s the aim of the Merry Maker*. A  .sceptical gentleman in Manitoba telegraphed to the mayor of a neighboring  town for liis opinion ������>f the Kelly's  show. The answer witn ���������'strictly high  ������lass nml . absolutely! refined: will  ���������welcome theni here again." Saturday  July 3 t 1. u the date of the Merry  Jlakriis appeal-ante in Kevelstoke.  Thos. Taylor M. P  in town and left for  day morning.  Miss Baker and Miss N.inno Baker  hnve returned to lown from a visit; lo  Vancouver.  Cory .Menhenick, the father nf Camborne, paid a flying visit, to town  yesterday evening.  * Mrs. Jas. Edwards and child of  Grand Forks is here on a visit to Mr.  and Mrs. Ed. Adair.  Tliere was a meeting of hospital  directors called for four o'clock yesterday afternoon but no quorum turned  up.  Chas. Paget, telegraph operator at  Notch Hill has been transferred to  Bear Creek and came in to town this  morning.  ���������A carload of feed consisting of  chops, shorts, hay and wheat is unloading today at C. B. Hume & Co.'s  warehouse.  J. Sweeney and a party of seven men  have gone up to the Revelstoke placer  lease on Smith creek to commence  operations for (he season.  Engineer Nicholson and fireman  Hooley returned last evening from  Smelter Junction. Trail, after taking  engine 318 for service down there.  Mrs. E. C Clark, the popular proprietor of the Queen' hotel, Nelson,  and daughter came up from thc south  on Monday and went on to pay a visit  to Calgary next morning.  E. Humphreys has resigned the  position of organist and choir master  in St. Petei's church and will be succeeded by H. Floyd, organist at the  Roman Catholic church.  An incipient-fire, which started on  the outside wall of an empty house  next door to Fred. Robinson's residence on Third St.x gave the No. 2  brigade ������ run for their money yestei-  dty.  ���������Dr. McLean. Mr.*?. McL������;nii anil  daughter are leaving by tonight's  special for a week's holiday at Vancouver and Victoria. During the  doctor's absence Dr. Cross will attend  to his practice.  The body of an Indian woman wns  found on the railway track near Sicamous iit 7.1-10 o'clock Tuesday morning.  It is supposed that she was run downline! killed by the east bound train.  Coroner Wade will hold an inquest.���������  Inland Sentinel.  A. S. Potter of Pittsburg and Victor  Thr'ane of Chicago came down from  the timber limits in the Big Bend  district on Saturday. They were in  Kamloops on Monday on a visit wilh a  view to investment in mining properties in that camp. They returned here  yesterday morning and registered at  the Central.  Microscopica  Exactness  Is demanded in the Compounding" <  Prescriptions; and our care and ski!  ���������the results of experience am  training���������assure that degree of ac  curacy. And, in addition, our drug:  are always pure and fresh. Biin_  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  TAYLOR BLOCK.  McKenzie Avt  PROGRAMME.  Orchestra���������Medley Selection... . Boeltjjei  Vocal Duet���������Home   to Our Mountains ...   - Verdi-  Mrs. Wilkes and Mr. J. Taylor.  Recitation���������A Jealous Wife   Miss Edjjar.  Song���������Flow Gently Sweet At'ton    :....". Spilman  Miss Gertrude Fee.  Instrumental Trio���������Piano, 1st,  2nd Violin  Mrs.    McGregor,   Miss   Savage   and  Mr. J. Taylor.  Grecian Dance Miss Loretta  Garvin  Humorous Song* Mr" J. W. Bernei  Piano Solo���������Skylark's Morning Song    Carl Rolling"  Miss I-orctia Garvin.  Song���������Selected Mrs. Dent  Cornet Solo���������Selected.. .Mr. Hi Campbell  Song���������Jock o' 1 lazeldean   Mrs. Lawrence.  Fan Dance���������(From Comic Opera, Wang).  " Misses E. Uell.M. Dunne,, M. Edwards,  J. I-t������.veqiit., E. Leveque, A.' Levequo  E. Paget, I.. Patrick   P. Robinson  (Wang, impersonated by Mr.  C.J. Wilkes,  Song���������Angels' St'renadi*    Braga  Miss Slifparil (with violin obligate.)  Trio���������O  Memorv    *..'., I lenry Leslie  Miss Fee,   soprano;   Mrs.    Dent,  contralto; Mr. Taylor, tenor.  Song���������Selected Mr.  H.   Cook  Recitation���������Lot It Grow.   Mr, J. \V. Bennolt.  Orchestra   God Save the  Kintf.  Accompanist Miss 1.ori.tt._  Garvin.  Beautiful   White   Goods  Fancy White Muslins, All-Over Laces, Valencium, Etc.    Swiss and  Dainty Muslins.   A  most beautiful display of those Fashionable  ^  ("nnils" in various colors at 15c., 17c., 20c., 25c., and 50c.  | Under Skirts  ������y Mercerised Sateen Skirts in endless colors���������all prices.  $   | Perren's   Gloves  g)      We sell the Famous " PERRENS " Gloves.     Once worn always  ja   asked for  ���������g -**   I      Boys' Blouse Suits  I?   Just   to   hand, the    finest shipment of  BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS  "Jf?   These are the best make in Canada and don't rip anywhere.  $ ���������-   ! Men's Clothing  *fc) We have just opened up a large range of Beautiful Sateen-Lined  3E\ All-Wool Serge and Worstered Suits and marked them a way down.  ������, CALL AND SEE US BEFORE BUYING ELSEWHERE.  TAYLOR & GEORGE  THE ��������� WIDE-AWAKE   BUSINESS   MEN,   MACKENZIE   AVE  MONDAY'S  CONCERT  A pleasant feature of the evening was  the presentation by Capt. T. F. L.  Taylor of the K. M. R.. ,pf sporting  rifles to Geo. Bowers and Thos. Lewis  nnda silver watch to Goe. Eyre, members of the Revelstoke contingent of  the Strathcona Horse. Neither must  mention be onimitted of H. Ferris'  immensely clever recitations, whiih  were not dow u in the programme and  were an enormously appreciated surprise. The committee and especially  their energetic secretary Harry  Edwards must be congratulated on the  ..TO RENT PAYERS..  The difference between rent paying and the Birkbeck plan  of Rent Purchase.  RENT PLAN  Pay $10 or $13 per month for the  use ol* somebody else's.house for  10 years. At the end. of that  time the land lord owns . the  house and money, the rentpayer  lias .a package of receipts.  BIRKBECK PLAN ,  Pay from SIO to $15 per month  for the use. of a heme for  years. At the end of that time  "you own yonr home and save  money ever after.  LEWIS BROS,  General Agents.  For Further lmormiilion apply to  OV tO a.S._McCARTER,  Solicitor.  \C-������-m^*'***-tt*������i[-*������-������*'**'***������������44  |j.R.McLeodf  !!     Confectioner and Grocer  Fresh Eggs.  Butte/ '  Vegetables  always on hiiiul.  71  Ice Cream  Home Made Candies j;  <��������� imperially.     -  VI************************  A GOOD  NAME.;..  Is better than riches   " We have the name of' making  the only Stylish Hnim in Town  . ���������for  durability  aud  qnalitv "  .they also excel. ���������  wmi    1 TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block..  CAMBORNE GOLD CAMP  Very Successful Entertainment  In Aid. of the Striking Tack-  men.  The opera house was crowded to its  utmost, capacity at the concert (riven  on Monday.evening in aid of the striking trackmen, the hig house testifying  in the iiio������t marked way lo the  sympathy telt in Reevlstoke for the  causr. of the men. lt was a splendid  entertainment. No butter concert hit."  ever lieen Riven in Revelstoke and  when one considers how hurriedly it  was f;ot up. the result reflects immense  credit on all concerned. livery numliei  wiis a treat aiid the \vhcl_* proRraiiiuie  went otf without a hitch. The following was the programme:  TRUE FRUIT SYRUPS  Are the flavors used al  BEWS    FOUNTAIN,  THE  ICE CREAM  USED  i.s the very best and  true   to   its   name.  Tln*re ii ample accommodation  behind the ucrecn, where yon  .ran sit nv.r your delicloiii ami  cooling draught while you rhat  with your friendi anil enjoy  yourself generally.  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist and  "s-reat success of Their effort a to make  this com ert a liij? thing. Here is what  they have to say themselves:  CARD  OF THANK?.  The committee desire to thank the  '���������Revelstoke Herald, Kootenay Mail  and business men of Revelstoke for  the spontaneous and liberal manner in  which help was awarded them on the  occasion ofthe concert on Monday  night. The financial report published  herewith affords proof ofthe practical  sympathy felt by Hie citizen* for  those for whom this was undertaken at so short a notice.  We also thank Mr. Jus. Taylor, who  took upon himself all work connected  with arranKiiiK a programme the high  class excellence, nf which hns never  been been surpassed in this cily. We  are also griitet'iil for the substantia!  aid given ns by Mr. D.mial Robinson,  who was so good as to loan the piano  for the orasioii.  * 1'iiuilly we ure indebted and , feel  thankful to those ladies and gen lt*-  inen who took p-M-c in the programrur,  not forgetting the lillle Jupmieae  in-iiilens who performed .wiichariiiinglv  With tlvniks fin- publishing this    "  Yours rcpei-tfiilly,  TIIK riiMM ITTEK.  rtN.\>.-ri."*.f. IIICITMlT.  I'.xpensp*'.  (Continued trom page 1.)  camp is destined to become the hnnner  gold quartz camp-of Canada, just as  the Cripple Creek camp. is lo the  United Suites and it is right at our  doors.  While the Eva and Oyster and othei'  older discoveries in" the -camp ��������� have  been frequently described both in the  columns of the :Herald and in other  papers a brief account of some . of the  more.ret-ent locations.across Fish river  Stationer.  BROWN BLOCK.   TEL. tf.  Rent   Printing   Express '��������� ���������  Sundries   Receipts.  I'roni t ickets on sale at. stores  and hotoN at .V'c. each   "        "     "      at 2.K-. each...  . 810 00  .      2 IT,  .     2 fX)  1 75  $10 50  . HS20 50  .    A3 50  7 50  Cash taken at door   Contributed lo strike  fund   .    00 75  u (X)  Less expenses  1^157 *������)  10 50  Balance  Auditors:   J.   Abrnhannon.  Woodrow.  8140 70  .T������s.,J.  on the Menhenick and Scott creeks  divide may not.'hie out of place. The  premier location in this.recently din-*  covered   extension   of the gold- belt is  THE GOLDFINCH   GUOCP      o  which wns h'onded-hy W. Butler last  May has already sprung into considerable prominence owing to the very  rich gold ore already unearthed. It is  situated about a mile from Camborne  on lhe west side of* Fish River. During the H Kit A t.D man's visit'there a  counle of davs ago there wun reported  another rich strike on t.he ledge in  wliich the samples of rock fairly  glistened with gold and ran awuy up  in the thousands of dollars to the ton.  Andy Rosenherger of Nelson, who  known n good thing when he sees it. is  now in CimlKirne endeavoring to get  control of it.  For a pro-pi-ct the Goldfinch is a big  thing and now that development on  the Kv.i h.is fairly p.oved the permanence of the lends in the gold belt, there  is every re/iMinable expectation tint  the Goldfiinch nil! turn out such a  miiip, us alone would give prominence  to  the   camp   as  a gold producer.  MAY DAY AND MI.V.VIK  aie i-il.nite.l nt ar the mouth of Mm-  heni<*k cieek almost adjoining the  Camborne townsite and are the we*t-  t*rn extension of the Goldfinch. These  two properties nrj situated on the  r - .-gold belt and wre chiefly owned by  (;*iinborne men. who are confident  that in these two claims they have a  honar17.ii. Judging by the locution  one would be justified in helleving  that tliey are right. Already there  are moneyed men from the soulh  looking them ii(*, and thc Herald  expects lo chronicle 11 sale on th.jse  two promising claims for a good sum  in a very -short while,  TIIK NEEDFUL OBOUP   .  is situated about a mile from Fish  River mid Camborne, between Scott  creek and Menhennicl* creik nnd some  very rich surface specimens have been  taken froni the property.     The  gold*  I bearing ledges'of the Eva have their  I iiiitcroppings ou the Needful and the  1 owners, who nre all local men, ekprct  with proper prospecting, to show up fo  good advantage the different' lei'ges  which are known tn cross their  properties. The Needful group is well  worth watching. Adjoining the Need  ful group are the Coney ..Island and  Oregon .claims on which-there a:*  splendid showings of gold-bearing ore.  THE LILLIE GKOUP  Henry Fohlin, one of tbe owners of  the Lillie group iu the free-millLiig  gold belt.' situated about a mile tip  Fish-rivei���������froin-Caiiibdrn'e'/rcanie-iip"  from Nelson on Saturday ni^h't and  went in to see his properties on Monday. The Lillie group is well situated,  just across Fish riverfront the famous  Eva and Imperial groups and being in  such good company should' make its  mark as a high grade, gold producing  group. Geo. Bourgeois, and a couple of  citizens of Revelstoke have interests in  this group.  Notice.  c.  THE COMIYiERdlAL  CENTRE OF THE  LARDEAU  MINING  COUNTRY  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $f5 and $100  SOLE  AGENTJ  HENRY FLOYS)  REVELSTOKE  B. C.  M*e^*f������*������*#f^*^<*4r4^*#'4*������^^  IjOHN D.-SIBBALD, *^5Lki  ���������*  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  <*  fr  fr  fr  *  *>  I  fr  fr  fr  fr  -A.<3-:E.:fcTT  j?o___  REAL ESTATE  l C. 1'. V.. TOWN"**!'.']'..  / MAIIA TOlV.**._IT__.  FINANCIAL- j������'  ['SURANCEMS;::  Cimiula J'oriiiaiieiil *_ \V..-**tci'n  CiiniLtlii Murlj.'ii,?'.. (.'urporiiiion.  (luitable .'iivlng-i i-oiin mul liuildln*;  Assouiiitionl  -Mercantile Kire.  > V I,     FOR SALE,  Imperial L'ire.      fltiiu-ili.'iii J.'ire.  ii l*'ir.i.       Ciiiu.ioiiiiin Kire.  iiiiniii I,ifi*.      A tins l'lru.  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT,  j������i^3t.RQvelstoke Station..  ->j������.������.������������,������.������.������i*������r*i>*������*-M*'������������*i*"*������.p^^  IIonosL admiration is elected" by  those who wear our clothes. They nre  always correct, elegant, suitable. It is  pleasing to lie well attired, and pleasing tn bo con-icitms that others admire  your t-'isl.i*. By buying hereyou disarm criticism and usually save' your-'  self cash ���������:."      '.,     "' J,'  I-lIGl-I CLASS LADIES'-.'.--'-���������  CUSTOM TAILORING  J. B Cressman  ���������Ml'KEN'ZlK  THE ART  TAIL'OR*  AVENUE :.  Large and Welt ..lglitutl .  Sample looms   Heated byllnl'Alr aud Electric  tlelis anil Light in every room  Free Bus Mcet������ All Trains  Keityiiiittlilu llntei    -     -i.HOTEL  YICTOHIA^  JOHN V. PERKS,' Pkopkietok "      ���������'  . Night  Grillitoii-a in (".iiueclion lor tlie Convenience ol Cnests  -  Between Hotel anil Station  AND SEE Till"! "BARGAINS' AT '  ,.    GUY BARBER'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844* Rodfifers Bros.' Flat Ware. \ :  SPECIALTY   . WATCH REPAIRING  The first annual gcni-ral meeting or the  Kevelitoke Hoaiiltnl (toclety will hu bqld at the  Kire Hall, .Second street, on Monday, Angina  5th. 19U1 at the hour of eight ji.ia., for the  pur pice of electing irnmucK ior the ensuing  year and general bimliie-.il.  All t������er**oni! who have nuhm-rlheil IS.OO or  upuards tovrartlD the fun'ln of the Society are  entltlrtl tnbe |ire'ient and vote mi all mattem  brought iM-ioro the meeting nntl all Mieli are  lnvite.1 to he preyem.  ,    .       ',                                  II. K.ATKIN'f>,  J*,f.wld. " Secretary.  Notice.  NOTICE In ' creby given that CO davs after  date I Intend to a)>|ily lo the Chief i.'oiomi*.  Hionrr of J-aniU and Worki for pennlittiloii to  purehaae the following deacrlbetl lanil; coni-  j inrnclut at rtoiitliuent corner of Lot MoS,  -.filiated on Fl-.fi Kiver. Larttt-aii, Went Kootenay, ihence half a mile cant, thenee mie-t-lghtli  of a ml la nonth, tht'iick half a in Hi* went, thenee  onr-elghth of a int'i* north u> place of com-  meiiceinent, and containing 40 acren.  fg^Located Vint June, I9M.  Jy6--;iri-w COKY MKNIIKXIOK.  Houge Furniture for Sale  Mr-i.l. I). Graham offer*! for Hale the whole  el the contemn of her dwelling, Hecond Street,  femonii denlroua of putrhasing will plcaxe call  at the tioune on anil after the 11th limt. between  the lioiirn of two p-in. and five p.m.      jyO-tf  Lost  Lt*>t  H evening between Mr. IHckie'-i hoii'e and  the. tatlon A Lady's Watch In Hold Hunting  Caie together witb a abort yiecc ol chain and  ���������afetypln attached. Finder will be suitably  rewarded on returning rime to U. FLIND1,*  ItevelatokeSlatlon. , Jyg  FCR SALE,  Choice re.ldential property on Mackenzie  Avenue. Three Lou nait to Dr. MeLean'g  renidance.   Apply to J. M. Scott.  Help Wanted.  A young girl for light house work in  small  family,   no    washing.     Apply  Herald office.  REVELSTOKE  Lots will be sold at a considerable reduction up to  July 10th, 1901.  Now is the time for prospective purchasers lo.buy.  R. H. MAYNE, Sole Agent  REVELSTOKE. !  I  A


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