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 TOKE  if-. I  Vol    V.  No    SI.  REVELSTOKE, B.C. .   WEDNESDAY,   JULY   8, 190I.  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  C.  &g*&***Ur4ttJl&d<'<*&e4^  Our Tea And Coffee Trade is  steadily    growing.     Why '-*  Because *ve carry th  procurable. There is  ing equal to  RAM  LAI'S  FiVE O'CLOCK  EEM HUB  best  noth-  Pure KEoclia   and   ' Java Coffees  always in stock.  British Columbia  will be in tliis week.  CHERRIES  //APPLES  ������TS*.  Also  :APRlOTar7T'���������"  15-CASES  BERRiLS DISHES  WATER PITCHERS  Ttf&BfSKS  v GGELETS  Lemonade Setts  ������������������=-j= -Bret t i cr_ih a n _.e.ver-^_=___  ti & m&# a  J'feQ  A nice range of Parlor Lamps  Prices surprisingly J.ow.  FRUIT SAUCERS  BREAD AHD BUTTER  PLATES  CRACKER JARS  CHAMBER SETTS    -  A nice line to choose front  FRUiT  Pints     Quarts  Personal   Paragraphs   Pertain- ���������  ing to Railway Men Picked up  Ey the Herald.  A. .1. Venn, telegraph operator at  Kamloops returned from California  hist ���������Saturday.  J. S. Thompson, C. P. R. agent at  Michel on the Crow's Nest has been  ti'.in-feired l..i Mucleud.  The annual picnic of the C. P. R.  employes nt Winnipeg "will he held  this year at Morden on the 20th inst.  The sLriking sectionmen at Indian  Head turned in and saved a train of  cars anil ollu-r C.P.R. property, which  was in danger l'linna lire last Wednesday.  George Brooks, who has heen fin-  ployed in the C.P.R.depot at Neepuwa  for the past two years, left on Satin -  day to accept a position in the depot  at Winnipeg. His position at Neepuwa will be talc-Mi by Mr. Moore, late of  the Crow's Nest railway,  "W. West of Vancouver, was run  into hy a C. P. R. freight train on  Monday while renewing the lamps on  the line. He was on a handcar and  hidden from view by a'bend in the  road. His legs were both broken and  he received internal injuries. He died  shortly after being taken to tlie  hospital.  R. A. Pearson, a prominent membei  of the Boilermakers' union, and who  has only recently heen stationed at  Calgary in charge of the C. P. It.  com pany shops, returned to Winnipeg last week and ou Wednesday  morning was mariied in St. George's  chinch to Miss Annie Florence, second  daughter of Mr. Win. Jumps, of  Logan avenue. Rev. S. Fen, officiating.  Thc dead body of a man "was. found  four miles west of Sehrieher Friday  afternoon .by tho C. P. R. telegraph  inspector. The dead man was one of  the dotectives"senb up from the east  by the company to watch the track.  His name is Montpolier and wlien last  seen he was'taking a gang of Italians  to Wolf River and it is not known  whether he fell* off or was pitched off  the train/   _,_..  7_*'"*  TZ-"'-.'i\--^fi>rVnri'-.^<:,���������  **-**^.  to Port Arthur tor burial.  The -case of James Jones.-C. P. R.'  detective and the six special . constables which was to have coma up on  S.itmduy was adjourned "lill this  morning at 10 o'clock by Jnstii es Lehman and Webb. ' The charge is intimidation and Ihe maximum penalty  IplOO fine and three months imprisonment. The, prisoners were released  on bail nf from $300' to S1000 eneli.  Stuart Henderson is acting for the  piosecution and F. J. Fulton for the  defence.     ,,���������  Tlie body was brought up  ini^Pni^liiiT*!**.!!"---**-*.'*.*   '--'."  Half Gallons  (m-4#*Kx*4M������4!4(**4t4**4[4+4**l������4MtJi  C.B. HUME!  &C0  Piesideiit C. S. Mellen of the Nortlierli Pacific has announced the appointment of W. G. Pearce as general  manager of the company. Mr. Peaice  is now acting geneial manager, hav-  ing'been placed in charge of the n'Hce  on the retirtnent of Mr. Kendrick a  tiionth!_������go. Mi*. Pearce before corning east, was assistant to the president,  with headquarters in Tacoma.  Thomas-Cooper at present western  land agent for the compnny," is  a<lpn,intiid__t(i___s_ucceed-_.Mr.^_Pearce_;_as  assistant to tlie" president. -���������" His headquarters will be at Seattle.  What might* have been a fatal  accident oceurreed at LaRiviere, Man.  last week, when Robt. Knowles. C. P.u  R. fireman here, who,;is unable to  swim, and wbo was out 'bathing with  several other young men and boys,  suddenly found himself in about eight  feet of water. A couple of his companions, after a terrible struggle,  succeeded in rescuing him in an exhausted condition. In -his mad  struggle for life he took one of his  rescuers down with him ancl kept him  down about thirty seconds, nearly  drowning him.  President. Hayes has probably concluded that the locomotive engineers  on the Southern Pacific system unmaking too much money. At any  rate it is said that th������* president of tin-  road has notified the Brotherhood of  Locomotive EngineeiT thnt the company will withdraw the present sche  dull'. Under the present agreement  between the company and the brothei-  liood sixty day's notice must be given  by either party wishing to withdraw  the ftristing wage -schedule. The  notification given by President Hays  is taken to mean that the reduction in  wages of <*nprineers is contemplated.���������  Truckee "Republican,"  Yesterday morning an Italian section  hand, named Peter Kalash, was arrested by special constable Mitchell-Innes  at the Green slide on the Arrowhead  track charged with intimidating a|  party of the Italians mentioned aliove  as having been brougtt in lo work last  'week. Owing to the fact that a revolver was found on him when searched  at tbe police station there was another  charge of carrying concealed weapons.  The information was laid before '"Fred  Fraser, J. P.. yesterday afternoon and  the case was set to come up at 10 a. m.  to-day. This morning howpver the  charge was withdrawn by J. M. Scott  for the Company, and Kalash released.  il  " Veteran," .Writing in the Toronto Telegram, Warns the  Strikers to Expect No Help  From the Engineers Because  Such Hopes Are Foredoomed  to Disappointment.  Referring to the section men's strike  on the C. P. R. and their, hope of aid,  " Veteran" writes to The Toronto  Telegram as follows :  We somutimcB see statements pul -  Hulled in yonr valuable paper that the  engineers are liable to strike on some  on some rord. I venture to predict  that you will never again see a strike  inaugurated by the Brotherhood of  Locomotive Engineers on any railioad  on the North American continent.  The Brotherhood of Locomotive En-  gineets is to-day, and always has been,  a corporation annex, from the time  that P. M. Arthur was elected Grand  Chief of thnt. organization.  Thousands of men, representing all  departments connected wilh the train  and locomotive service on the different  railroads of the continent, have lost  their positions and been ruined for life,  through the perfidy of the Brolherliood  of Locomotive Engineers, and the majority of thetn are waiting for that  otgaiiiz.ition to declare a strike, in  order that they may obtain revenge by-  filling the engineers' places���������and well  Mr. Arthur is aware of the fact.  The railroad, companies are taking  advantage of their knowledge of the  _ulter impotency of the Brotherhood of  Locomotive Engineers iind the other  organizations in the tiain service by  making them do twice the amount, of  work that they formerly did, " for thc  same pay," hy doubling the capacity  of both engines aud cats. If tlie track  men nre expecting .assistance from ihu  train service organizations, "judging  froin past experience along that line,'  I am afraid, that .tliey will be disappointed. .. There"- are hundreds of  men in the said' organizations who  would be pleased to help them, bill  they nre powerless without the con-  sent, of theirjeaders. -_-' _ , ., -..  ^ The .'time is niglrat hand* wheif the  wealth producers or the world will  have-to unite and stand together in  order to obtain their ju'st share, of the  products "of their labour. No single  oigiiiiizaticn can stand any chance of  winning a strike -declareil on any railroad, but let all the men in the different branches of the service tiaiie; then;  and not till then, will they-be Tuirly.  treated. The officers of the different  organizations will keep their dupes  apart as long as possible. Well the.,  know that if they were united in om  body, that would involve their loss o!  easy position and good fat salary, including free transportation on all the  lailroads of the continent. "    '  Railroad   Employes,   Listen  ^--Their^Side-of-the-Gase.-  to  of employes is now recognized, and  thero seems no grounds for refusing to  recsive the trackmen's union cm the  same basis. Recognition would put  the relationship between the company  and men on a more business-like basis  aud would lessen tho danger of destructive conflicts. It is such cases  that call for authoritative Intervention  by an oliicial arbitrator."  CORRESPONDENCE.  The .Wigwam Constable's   Side  of  the  Story.  To tlie itkiiai.d:  Sut: Allow me space in your valuable columns to say a few words in  reference to the constables stationed at  Wigwam, B.C. In the Lardeau Eagle  dated June 27th, 1001, we find a statement under the heading of "Mainten-  iiuce Men Will Win," actually untrue  as far as I am concerned. Tt says it is  reported that I forced the Italians  here at the point1 of a revolver to  remove trees.from; tho track. Now,  Mr. Editor, that is 'a deliberate falsehood based upon falsehood. If such a  report was sent to the Eagle office it  was by a liar andll'ask now if the  editor of the Engle ran show his proofs  in order to uphold 'his statement. I  don't think he can.-' Tlie constable was  informed that there were traceson the  track by an Italian'-who said he would  help to take them oil: and ho spoke to  his companions who came voluntarily  without oven being, asked by me, and  they removed the trees from the track  and as I did not consider it my duty to  help thoin 1 let them go ahead. But  as far as forcing them with a, revolver,  it is false, for I have never carried a  revolver since I wafe sworn in, Tf the  editor of the Eaglejis a gentleman he  will furnish his nroofs, for" it is a*  notorious statement.  S rcniaio', yours,  P.V.TKICK MCC.VN.*,-.  Revelstoke Gun Club.  . * ���������-. -.     .  At the practice 'shoot on Sat unlay  last.R; A. Upper took the gold medal  in Ihe first ciass with 13 and A. McRae the silver one. .T. E. L. Taylor  cook the gold button in the second  class.   The shooting was very poor.  On Dominion day a* handicap was  shof,o_f in "the*-unpinijig,, 25 birds,  unknown angles.'"., Ji..- A-.wJSrownpriO'  yards,, took-the, first prize,* a-silver  setter dog, with 20 hits. .-The. rest'of  the score was as tcillbws: *  . -.- A. J.* McDonell. .20 yds."..: 15  Ed.   Paget -.. .11 vds 14  A. McRae. ....."*.. .IS yds ".. .13  J. G.  Burlier 20 yds  12  T. E.'L. Taylor.... ]5 yds...:  11  C. R.  Skene 1-3 yds...-'. 15  A. E. Phipps. ......13 yds.............10  Ed.  Ker. U yds ... .'  .7  Great Activity in the Camp and  the Area of Discovery Being  Gradually Extended Both  Ways Up Pool and Up Scott  Creeks.  M. M. Buchanan of Camborne came  in on Tuesday night, lie reports a  lively camp and everybody sanguine  over the prospects of the gold belt,  whicli has now been traced seven  miles from Camp Creek, a tributary  of Pool, across Fish River, in a northwesterly direction to Scott creek.  Good prospects have been staked north  of Scott creek and over to Sable  creek. So fur tho Nelson people are  tho ones who have taken tho most  advantage of the opportunities  afforded by the wonderful discoveries  of free milling gold made in the camp  and Nelson mining men are milking  all the deals. Mcu are at work for A.  11. Greery, manager of the Imperial  Development Syndicate clearing a site  for a stamp mill. Cory Menhenick is  starting men to work today clearing  the townsite. There are about 200 men  at'work around Camborne.  Dominion Day.  Dominion Day was a very quiet  holiday in town this year. The bulk  of the popnlsition were away enjoying  themselves at, Vancouver, Golden,  Trout Lake City, Nakusp and other  places and the streets presented a vnry  deserted appearance. The Methodist  Sunday School held their annual picnic  during the day at ihe gun club ground  and in the evening the Willing Winkers, Lhe children's society of thePies-  byterian chinch gavo a very pleasant  etitertni.imuiit in Selkiik Hall.  Death of David Strachan.  On Sunday morning at half past  five David Strachan succumbed to the  effects of the injury to his spine received ontho21st inst. He passed away  quite peacefully and was , sensible*' to  -the *last.j-T-Thi.���������_decoased- cime. from  Glasgow, but was' of 'riigh'and extraction. He was. born io Mandalay  in British Burrnnh and was the son of  Colonel Strachan of the' Royal Engineers and had himself been at one  time a' sergt.-mnjor in the same  regiment. , He * was 53 years old at  the time of his death. He has  no      relatives    in      Canada.       The  funeral took place at 2 o'clock this  afternoon and was conducted by the  Masonic lodge, Mr. Strachan being a  member of the order, and by L. O. L.  1(558, to which order he also belonged.  The pi occasion was founed as follows:  The band, members of Orange lodge,  the masons, the hearse, members of  the IJ. It. T. of A. The services were  conducted by Fred. Fi user W. M. for  t.he masons and Rev. W. C. Calder,  chaplain of L. O. L. 1G5S.  A Dangerous Climb.  A story comes lrotn Vancouver concerning the first lady to make an  attempt to climb Mount Sir Donald at  the Glacier. She left the - Glacier  House on the inoriiing of June 22 at 3  o'clock with three Swiss guides. The  day broke bright and line, but about  10 o'clock a terrific siiowatorm suddenly came up. and when the climbers  were within a few feet of the summit  Lhe blizzard became so violent and the  cold so intense, that the guides refused  to go farther. They advised immediate descent as the last guide was  nimble to sec the. leader. The return  was most dangerous and there was  grent difficulty in making hand and  footholds. Avalanches wersconstant  ���������g-niany of them were started by the  party by glissading. Mrs. Gough  reached the hotel after a terrific battle  willi the elements.  BY WIRE  The  Hot   Wave    Breaks  Previous Records  all  DEATHS   FROM   PROSTRATION  Fatal Stroke of Lightning in Chicago.���������  Dominion Day in Vancouver.���������The  Terminal City's Champions Out of the  Hunt.���������The Fire Record for Two Days.  ���������Anarchists Thcaten Italian ConsuIV  Lile  THE FIRE  Yesterdav'   and  The Spokane Fair.  The Eighth Annual Spokane Fair  will open Sept. lOtlvund close Sept.  21st. It will be. held on the new fair  grounds recently purchased by the  Association, within the east - city  limits, to which tliere will be ample  electric and steam car transportation.  It will comprise several departments,  including a mineral exhibit, nine  days' horse racing, for" which  entries are being received from all  prominent stables between California  and Minneapolis, and for whichS10.000  in purses has" been set aside and. the  Royal Italian band, tho greatest  musical organization on thi.s continent.  50 artists, will supply the musical  attractions at a cost to the management of $5,500.  This will be one of the 'old-fashioned  fairs with a variety of attractions such  as must bring pleasure and profit to  ali~yisitors.-. It"will;be'-under the  direction of a newly organized 830,000  joint stock company of Spokane's  most enterprising citizens.  Help Waute'd.  . A young girl for light house woik in  small   family,   no . washing.'    Apply  Herald office.  S������^������5XS*������������<^ ���������j^BS������������*.*������������'^^ .  &   YOUNG  O '      ,  -     - - -  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  ������11F  The Toronto   Globe  says:   Sympathizers   with   the    Canadian    Pacific  trackmen,    representatives    of     the  Brotherhoods   of   Locomotive. Engineers',   Firemen,   Conductors. - Trainmen, and Railway Telegraphers,  met  the trackmen at a meeting held  last  Friday night in Campbell Hall.Toronto  Junction, when the case of tne trackmen was put before them hy Mr.   D.  Wilkinson,  chairman   of    the   local  strike committee.   There was a  goi d  attendance   of railroad employes and  lhey   heartily   applauded  each point  made   by the representatives of the  trackmen as they  placed  lheir griev  .inces before  the railroad men.   The  representatives'of thc* other railrontl  brothelhoc-ds were, of course, present  in    their    individual   capacity,    not  representing their lodges, and   therefore could not speak officially for the  latter.   At the close of   the   meeting,  however,   it was understood that the  communication would be sent lo each  of the brcthernoods and that at their  tegular meetings, most of them weie  to be held Saturday, they  will   deal  with tbis.   The  trackmen  appear  to  have every hope that as  a'result  of  the meeting some   at   least   of   the  railway  brotherhoods  will  intervene  between the  strikers and  the  Canadian Pacific Railway.  Meantime, the strikers say that the  men are still holding ont. and that  if they can stand firm for another  ten days the battle will be theirs.  * Speaking editorially the same,  Saturday's issue of the Globe says:  "The difference between the Canadian  Pacific Railway Company and the  striking trackmen is now mainly -with  regard to the recognition of the union  as the business representation of the  workman.     Every other organization  Our Entire Stock of  Summer Goods  Ladies  <3on't   miss tlie   opportunitj-*   io    complete     yonr  pui chases   of - Summer   goods,   sit    BARGAIN     PRICES.  Blouses, Whitewear, Wash Goods,  Summer      -Dress      Goods,  Sailor Hats Children's   Headwear  T'he stock must be, reduced and early purchasers will get  the full benefit,  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing" are included in the  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  j  ������ xt&PP*M*+*+JHtj+P0>������PPPPPPPP0, x\*9jwj9**PPPPPJ*PPP9jWr*Jrj*>r^  UECOItD.  last night's fire  record according to our telegraphic  despatches was a very ha.ivy one with  large losses of properly and even of  life.  A flre took place in a lodging house at  Butte, Mont., in the morning with a  loss of $4000 and a casualty list of  dead two, fatally injured two, injured,  between 20 and 30.  Thirty houses were burned and 200  people rendered homeless iu a file at  Cache Bay, 20 miles west of North Bay  on the C. P. 11.  The plant of the National Fireproof-  ing Co.. near Key Poiut, N. J.; wns  burned. _ Loss 8200,000.  The mining town of Globe, Arizona,  was almost totally destroyed by fire.  The lots is very heavy. The wires are  down ancl there are no pai ticulars.  The Homestead hotel at Hot Springs,    ,  Va., was burned.  ' Loss $500,000.  The . stables and wharves 'of the  Metropolitan Coal Co., atBoston, were  burned. About a - dozen - large  structures were swept away and 20  draft - horses were burned. Loss'  -S400.000. -'; '   . "      ' :  ' Vancouver," July'$7���������ThV''fiTsfc~day"-T.  of Vancouver's Dominion Day celebration passed off smoothly. The city  was crowded with visitors,' * The .  Westministers; defeated Vancouver by  20 to 1 at lacross and Nanaimo defeated  Vancouver by 15 to 5 at base ball.  CniCAGO, July 2.���������Eleven boys were  killed   by   lightning here   yesterdays  The lightning struck a pier on  which  the boys were seated after bathing and ���������  hurled them all into the water.  New Youk, July 3.���������The hot  wave  still prevailed in the eastern and middle  states   yesterday   causing   many  deaths and   numerous presentations.  At S a. m.   temperatures were:   New  Y rk, 91;   Philadelphia. 81;   Chicago >  86;   St.  Louis;   SO;   "Washington,   89.  During the previous night 14 adults  died from the effects of the heat and  prostrations were so numerous  that - a  correct "record   was  an   impossibility..  InTPhiladelphiirthere wereT2~"deaths  and 50 prostrations.     The day before   -  00_ degi-ees   were   registered   in   New  York'and 52 deiths  and  131   prostrations recorded. -Five "persons dropped  dead in Chicago whereover 100degrees  was registered.   Yesterday,  however,  as the day advanced broke all previous  records.   At   Philadelphia at  3  p.m.  107J degrees was registered.   At Pittsburg   there   weie   12  drathe  and   00  prostrations from beat; at St. Louis 4  deaths occurred and at Newark,  N. J.,  41 deaths  and  00 prostrations   were  reported.  Despatches in Brief.  The trial of Karl Rubsell for bigamy  begins on July 18th. >  The Niagara hank at Buffalo, N. Y���������  has closed its doors.  The Anchor Line Steamer, Armenia,  is ashore at Niggar Head, seven milea  from St. John, N. B., and will be a  total wreck. She came tip the Bay of  Fnndy without a pilot.  Albanian and Turkish troops are  again pillaging and outraging Servian'  villages under pretense of searching  for concealed arms.  'A strike of 2000 iron moulders ts  imminent in Chicago. A conference  last night was to decide the matter.  The Italian Consul General at New  York has been obliged to leave because  tbe anarchists threaten bis life. He  was instrumental in exposing the plot  on the life of King Humbert.  The hospital ship Maine, which ts  fitted out by American ladies for the  use of the sick and wounded ia South  Africa has been presented as afreo  gift to tbe British navy. ., ff|u��clsloFvc]j{traltl anil IjaUwnfi
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Managing Director.
A S*��mI-We��klT Journal published lo the
latcruu of the ruliray men. mining men and
fcatlnesi men of the Welt. Days of tubll.atlon
Wedno-iay and Saturday.
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Issue. Birth," Marriage and Death Notices
Br mail or carrier. 13 per annum; J1.2r. [or
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ft* into.-e-i lotlifciriMieriil piiblii*.     In nil i'ii-i-   daiho. \\ lln-i* latest, dirty   1,'U'lli-   Is
Hi.* U.nn lid-.1 iimne of llie writer  nm-t m tn-
l-anv  niamiscrii.t,    but    noi   iicvo.-urily  for
...Lire*** all cnmiiiiinlratlons to the Mnini'-'ii".
the gfieviint'tis of lhe men of Unit ���*���>������*.-
tern i-i that even when lhey get nut. in
the night nnd work fo.ir or live hours,
several limes in the" umnth, anil the
lime is put in liy the I'nrctimn, when
the pay ionic;, which is always one
and a null' months behind, the extra
tinii'h.-is heen struck mil. nt the niHce,
and lhe iiii'ii do not get it, H.i lhat 1
say lhat the pay nu the V. P. lt. is on
the whole lower ih'in on the G. T. It.,
the I. G. lt. or the O. A. It., and challenge uti investigation to prove what I
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'(&&  Madison   Millinery   Parlors.  ������
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*�������� Misses Shepard &���* Bell &'
The Latest and Most
Stylish Hats.
Trimmed and Untrimmed
l-'irtilioii-; reports, jj-ros**. exaggcr-
ations in li*.*uli*il type, correct inns hi
obscure corner*-, sei-in In be the order
ol'   lhe   day   in   uni'   of    Vancouver'.-.
endeavor   lo   create     si rife    between
what il. is pleased to   term   skilled  and
, unskilled    Inliiir.       Ilepreseiitatives  nf
the  higher   brunches   of  skilled   labor
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Wertiic'sday. .Inly
��� with llieir ci i- workers in Ibis st ruggl. .
What* :i howl l.heri* would be. and.
justly too. if similar mendacious stale-
inenls weje made iiiiniii the employer*- !
Do   nnt    stand   supinely   by    whilst
Tin*    ...oi l.*arly   tl as.*   of the j yonr ebi.-sis being vilified.     I'eiii.-ii.hor
.striking tiiK-kineii is placed  before t he j ihnl    ������expression   is the   law    of     life
public lhe in<n*e forcibly docs   it   seem
Io appear that*  the   men   have   a   very
si[���>)!!���_, aT'c'iiiiienlon llu-irsid
hut issue ����������� published   the   stat.'inenl | fellow   iiinii":
-repression    is   ili*.'ilh--(lnd    pity   Uie
mail    who   has   nothing In  say about
lu our | ii in tiers perl ail dug In his own and   his
well-being,   or.    having
made by the local eoinii.il le.;  nl    Win- j .-"lui'lhing I��  -*ny.   ���������'"ks   lhe   eoui-age
nipeg. which is fully ..*ndoi.-ed   by   th.*   of expi-cssi.tii." Tallow I'iit.
leaders of the .-trikers here with the
���-xc.-ption that, they say that a- fur a.***
their division i-: concerned the .-eelion
foremen have no grievniiee with regard to be ut in hie to gel a fair hearing
���in case of cm n plain Is made against,
theiii. , Such cases receive on lln-
ilivision a full and impartial invest i-
gatinn. and thc foreman, if not to
blame, is given every opportunity to
clear himself. Another point In which
some exception was taken in the
.statement is with regard to lines being
indicted for damage.done to handcars
carried away along the line, by high
winds. The foreman who allows a
handcar to remain on the track after
he and his party have arrived at* their
destination is guilty of an infraction
of the regulations which distinctly lay
down that the car should he removed
from the rails. Otherwise the "Winnipeg statement is endorsed by the
trackmen on this division as^ presenting a fair account of their grievances. Id will easily be seen from it
thn.t the "st-eady job"' arguineub for
"r.aying a section hand hnli iIip cinirig
tvnge of -.ue country for ihe .-ym*. class
of labor is entirely opposed to the
facts of the case. lt will also he seen,
how the wages of the "stcady
job" section foremen are eaten into
one way and another and how laborious and responsible a position it i.s for
the pay. Xo arguments to-the ell'ect
that the C. P. H. is paying bigger
wages than other companies art; of
any avail against* such" a plain statement as this of the conditions, under
whicli the miseiiriile pittance of their
trackmen i.s earned. They would be
:ilrro^tlier_ilTesid=e_^thf;"I'niiirlcr^if��� Uiot
McKenzie Avenue      oo'il
h'aSTF. II- I'nsltlnn ���������. in.n-i I*, c*| i r ( r work
in*^ (*oiii].nn inn 11...11 !..'W!*>i<i*-,->. 1 .imii.m'IiiI.i.*
hitlil*.' nloli' *l,.-ir'.��l i:.u:i ."-.-il.'i*..,, ll.i.\7l,
Ut-'xcUloi:*.'  siatn.u.
!^5i* r^?
j^'vi.-'i-v?'^-"' ****
of Stumjiii'.g
r.\iiM::i'.< .!
l'..\*.tli*r :.t   ci**!   pri
.'iliir >-ii|.].li..'l   u lib
.ri.*..,   nn* i*i.���nn*..*.'    .- *,
lllllil, cull  olililll.    Iilithi.    hu'ln*.   .11"   I.'.. 111 - i 1 l,��:i !   "- .*-
I 111.' I UIIIU*!*.   1 u -.1 i t ll I.*-     f""f*)
irni'i *h
ti- fuHdw
M-'iiry     IJIU*-,      hi'i-y,      .\iin-nil    !���urllUM^'
ln^lltiilc, .MltiTiii.
.1.  A.    Mtilli'lay.    ���><.���(:';,    <'(nin��\     Km niu-r-*
In-lit utu, triimiv. it'll.
.l-iliii  Siownri.  Hfi^'y,  NnHniii��o-ti,<l:ir I'unii
i��r*- I nit it uio. Mil:-1*;"* (;i**i-"-iii}r. Niuiiiiinu,
11. de ^l    Mcllhi.  Si-c'y. fuwirliiiii  l'��in:it��r
1 ll.-it IllL",   SilllKMIlW. * j  f-*i*.
.1   11. MiiiLN,     M;i''y,     .MflclKioiii     Kuruu'rV | jAv}
Hardware, Etc
'"WiA^Azitiz';::;:::: I ^immsimmmmmzi^
A Pleasant Morning With the
Children.���Rolls of Honor and
Promotion List. .
I |'Plie closing exercises  of   the   public
school took place last, Friday   iiini'iiing
and were   well   attended,  the   number
of friends nf the   pupils   present  being
larger than   on    any previous occasion
nf   the   same    nature.    The   dilVereut
rooms   were  gay   with   house   plants.
lilies and   wild   Mowers   of   all   kinds
bunting     and   foliage.      During   the*
examination hours  each   leaeber was
made the recipient by the  scholars  of
some handsome token of the   pleasant,
rulatis   on prevailing   in   every   room
between the teachev-s and   the   taught.
At 11 a. 111.   the  children  and   visitors
all upsnijiblcd  in   "Uiss  Krlgnv's  vonm.
"-.v-hoi*.*. i.hi.* i'< >ll.i\*"ihi;   pi'.-.v:!*;*. 11*111.'   w.*.-*j
I'ltnni:.. m.mi..
Chorus .School
Dialogue The Curiosity
Trio ljutti'i'cups
Chorus School
Bunch of Flowers	
 Hv four of .Miss Creech's uirls
Waiter Drill .'....
 V ... By ten of Miss lidgar's gills
Cluuiis School
Ijakeshop Conversation	
 l'.iul Pettipiece anil Hazel l.luck
Doll Drill	
 By .Miss Fiasrv's little girls
'"ending of   I'roiuolion  List.
Chorus School
Distribution of Hulls nf Honor.    ,
............By -Miss Robinson's Pupils
-���repri'se 11 ring~""^tili   '        Infiiiu.r
h'reuch   Canadian.   Knglish.   Scotch.
t!in.*ri**- Hiu*l..n" ..
IC. A. llroun, Sl*i**.v. i.eltii 1'iiniK'i*.' ln**tini[e, ;'
I.inlin'i*. I
II. lio-c. Si'c'y,   .Sun'.'y   l-'nriiMT*.'   Institute, J
.Si:iTi*y ri-nti'i.*.
A. II. I'.  M.iiln-w.   ?*.*c'y    I.iiii*.'!i*y   l-'iin.U'i*.-"
In.-tiliu*.., l-iuiuley. |
^Aii'N.    1'liil_i��. Vim*'}*,     ]lii-luni.r..l  I'lirnlL'i*.-' .
111- 111 UU*, VtinronviT.' I
A.   M.   Vi'i-c!.*..'**,   St'i.'y,   Mi*--*i(.n   l-'uniiLT.*-'
Instiinu., Mi.*.-'.oli I'ily.
I...   l\".   rilil.l-.ey.   Soe'y   t'ililli'.MI.'i.'   l''.'ll'lllL'I*s'
Iii*-liinu*, Uliiiiiuiifk.
u in.  ci.'ei'n, Ht'ii'v, iC.'iit IViniiiT**' Iti-t 11n:o,
,1. M. Wi*l,*-tL*r, Si'r'y  Mnnli*  i:i<!*ji*  l*"iii"nu;r.*** j
lie-iituu*. \Voi>^n*rs t onu*'.**. I
.I.1I111   Unil,   Suc'y.  Miu*..|ni   FiiniH'r-'   Insli-
iiiic, Al.l.oi-ionl. ���      I
A   !l.   t.i-H*htun,   Sci*'\.    0-ny.iiiv    l-'iirnn.*!***' j
111 -11 ni..*. K. lowu.i.        '
W |'. llnr-lcy, .-e.-'y. Spalliimclieell 1*iirniei'*** ;
I 11* 1111 to, Arui'-lronu.
S..M. Mt-niiire. .-.'c'y, ShImioh   Ann   riii-mor-.' t
hi.slilnlu, Sulii.i.ti Ann. ;
J. l-'.Sinuii, Siji*'y, Kitiiii*...i|.s l*-|*.i*niei*s"   In-ii- j
I nt.*, l>Till)ilot)|i-. ;
ll. !'i.'n'..   ilo.l;;..-.  J-'i'o'v, 01,|..llil*:im l*'n nn i'i*-' j
I >i*-t'"iik*, Vcnion. * I
.1. li. ANimiiso:*:. !
pfj.nty Million.*!* ui" ,\*_ri-K*iil t un*,
I;c 11111 011.nil ..f Aurirnltnrii,
Vieimin, II. 1:.. Mn vs. ltint.
-. .Nl.:
"Soo Line"
^��t2os   to   PE-eomjptors   cf
Crown Lands.
'llu; nttenlidii of I'riM'iiipUM'- of Crown f.iiiul.-.
i�� iHTL'l-y riilli-tl to nil numtidmuiil ti> lht.. ' l.tiiul
.\tr��,*���* |ni^-t>(! nl tin1 1jI"L m-.-:uii of tlu; l^yi.1-*
1 ai tire, which proviili'.- ns follow-, viz:
"it. l'm-unioioi.- of fjrown l.nntl.-*, wlu",h(.'r
in nm>nr> in pnj mem of in*-tiiU.iei't*** oi
pm-.'hti-e. tnoney or not, who ��it tliu time of
roindijr ituo f��irt-i_. of tlii�� al*i Iiiiv-u ol>uiin<*il
l_.Vrt iii rule-* oi lniproveiiK'iit. or \\ in) ^luill lmvo
oiitniiu'il tJcfliiii-me- of linproveiinjiit wiiliin
twt'lvu mi>nilis ilii-reiifiiM, % lial 1 dn conform hip
wilh the pro\ i-inii*. of th'.* "i ilimI Act," except
ii- hereby nltcre-I, beeniitied lo olitnin Grown
^rnnl*i of their pre-emption clninis upon enin-
plelinir piiyinoiit-> of pnrehii-u niotiev ul thu
itite nf '���eveniy-live cent-: per ucre, nml ('row n
lirniti fee.-, \\ lii<-lt piivinents. iixnv l>c nimi-j n.-
'* Tu-entv*.jive r'inl* per ��u*re on before the
:!Ist *Iuy of Dei em her, li'tH: ^
" T^entv-llve cont- per Here on or before the
:hMli tluvoi .luii-u, IWl;
���' and the reiiiuinin^���
" '1'weiity-live coiit-s por ficre on or before the
.list tiny of heccnil.er. ll'Oi, tun! withotit any
funliar pnytnent ol intere*!t."
, \V. y   (JOIiK.
T),-*) *,i[v of ..nuilv nii<l ^\"or��>.
I.rtii^ .�������..*) U'T1; . l>"';.,*'"tin��nf,
Virt..ii.i, t;. *;   ;-- .iuifc. i'-.:i.
Starling June 10th,
will  mak'.' the nir. iVoni Coast to
Coast in
Ably furnished  with   the
Choicest     the     Market
Larsve,  Light bedrooms..    ���
Rates $i a dny.
Monthly Rate.
J. Albert Stem
Cheap .Rates
Now in Effect to the
T.  **V. Crotlshnv,
I: >*.���-.* N
J, Fi. Coy\e.
.'.*?-:*.t. C,t..\.
I':*.*-- *n**'-*r ...:*.n;
Vtini*ou\ .'r.
reeve d st�� see
red i
Tu tiie Cily of Vancouver
CJ--WIG-JJ*.-: BTWi! K*-m_
i. k y R
t'ninil Ti-iitik  and   IntorcoUiiiinl   wen .
i     li-inh. L. S. l.tiv.-ihsL nml (u'liiian.
*-r**ttiiij.' nii-n to work  fm*  their ImkiiiI. j |>;,*.,.;,,ti,- .Si.n^..' School
con ha vi. 'nu*: tiixii.
'I'hi> v.'iriuus ilrills  ami   pii-fos wore
But a.-* a inait'-T of /net the a.*-*.i*i*tit)ii   va.y   ni,*,..ly  ,l,>ni.   huh-eil  ami  i*.*(!c*<*t,
it.*-^lf ha.** it apjK'ai*�� t._>  tuken   in   con- j gn-:it   i-rcilit   <>n    hoth    ri*a��*h"t*s   .-imi
ii-.*ction with cither condition*; ot'  work I pupil--
nn the G.T.R. anil Inti-reolunial. whieh] IKU-I.*-  Or   IIO.N'ort.   /,
renil..,- it even more out of eou.t  than |      Division  ..��� l-Vil    Uvquliii rt. ili-
,,..,,, ,    I tiiirini'.'iU; IJcs.-ii* l.:twt-'on. urofu-ii.n-
i_*vt**.-.    .1. \\ . I'.itti'f-on. wiitin*.'m th"   '       i     i     i.  ,   ���   i .i    '*. .
lev; l.tihi  I'iitrfk, I'i'tiiiliirity.
lltwwa Jouiiial, miv>: ''.... .. .    "���     r     " .
��� ���      llivisiun   11.���(.icilli.' liiiWMin. il<-
������suppo*-e it i= .'iiliiiilti-l for iir^u- ^.trtn'.'-iu ;i^nhtir Helmut. pi-olieien-
muiil's* siiki*, that the ('. I'. It. r.ile (or .*y; NTcllii* l.ain. fetrulnt'ity.
ir-iekmeii ir* thiee per lent, higher, Divi>ioii lit.��� A^'tle*** I'laeklicp.',
than that nf tho.-e on other chief Can- '. deportment; A llie linin. jn'oliciciii'V:
adian lines. Tlie*-e late.- -hould l���. "*V. Kernii.L'lnHi. requiaiily.
taken in totnpai i=on lo llu* wm U done. ' I��ivi-io�� I V.���Kllid l.liivkli'Tfr.
, ... ,    ...,* *. -, j  ,,,. ,   ' ili-pni-nin-iii; Miilifl. Hav. iipjlicii n-
ai.d   eoiuii-iionis iiiulei* whiLii it I-done. ,      I ' -     '
Non  on   the   Oiand   Trunk    ihe Hue
i-unb aliuo>t entirely throii^h the lieit.
Columbia River   Waggon Road:|
to 8-N'T ile Creek.
BAKU!'.,  CON"rl:CTHO:j*:
iiml eiu-rtr Ktc*.
Peale'l len,lcr,>. --"p^r'cr-ibe'l 'T^-ruIcr for I U
n'oinl," wiii Irt* r*L-rt'i\i*'! by V. ��.Uq::icr. K.-.|., ��
ttftverr.mOTit A-jcni m Kevvl-ioke. nji :o j;-.*-:: t ��.
tui S.iLnr<liiv l\t�� ���J��li in-iAiii. for thf efm>-tr-.u - ' 2
ijin and er-'niinviftlioii oi tin- j.'oiUHil'i.i  liivr . S
Wedding Cake, a Specialty.
rotilc.   l\\Lt)\ (r l.fcV**!*
'.V,i*m.>:i   IluA'l t
I'lilll-   MTl'l   S'l.^Pi.'V'ftllnTI*.   cp.n   li** ���.��_<-���. l-t Ill
I mil-   mum   .-!.**.-.ti.-i.L....,-   -;-_*!,   :,*-���_,-i, ...  ..,--     |>
::^:;V^!f^-*M^:Mv il^^Tl^i "^iV:^^'''^' : g Mnil m^ifr, Pi*.,,.��nllv and .���a.*��f..n>
TemliT*. ��lll nut!,.-,-i.ii*.��l-.-r,.il iiiiii***-in*i1..* ,t al tcluleil lo
fy; Ma.-."_;ie Nen Ion   ivinihinty.
Divi-ion   V.��� Km her   Fh-yd.  ile*
: purtni'-iii:   iHnn'iin I\t*iini?ily, proli-
btUtli*.l [mi tion nf  the   iiiiinlry   �� her..*_ (.:,,���,.v-   [,i;l   pL,,l,insnn. n-jrufiirily.
livitifc   i=   ihe.ipi'i',   easier   ami   hellci ;       Divi.-ion    VI.���Matl'li:   Siininuns,
than  on the C. P. K.   Then airaiii the ' ile'mrt tneiH; Kuth 'lirown. pnificicn-
s,ec tion men on theCi.T. K.  anil I.e. Ii.
i*v: Laura -jolmHon. rt-jruliifitv.
I If. Crn*-.*-,' medal I'cir   j_;i-iief.il   prrili*-
hi.veiiu.re   men to   each   wt linn and j .^^   whu.h ���..,��� ���iv,.���  ;��� r)ivi.-,;���i, 11.
was   can ied   olY   hv   .Vi-llii*
nu; -r.it lh.* fn.-lll*. -*.ili.,.!i..'.l. si*_'fii*.l *,-. illl lh** i rf
ii.'tilHl *.i-ri!fttiir."*- ���>:* lhe It-ii'l.*!*.****.. kii.1 h.*co:ii- ' p
imr.i*icl l.y nil ��*..:i'.*ptcrl rlirqti.-un ji "Larl'T*...! v
o.liik tit Cii'.linlfi. i'H\ftbi'* :.. iii..* ii:i.'*'r*-l.:ii."J. t
for ilie -tun of **tx ht.n.lr.'.l ���."..-��>> .l.��linr-. \*. r.i* Is 5
-=lnlii b'* f..rfult-.'.! ll I'n*.* f--irty i.-lKl'Tinu* ' t
���U'cllne i.i(��t..;.*rinr��;'*(.niri-.'i v ih*m i*n!k-'l upon jt
Ki do -<>, 'ir if lie* f>i!l Ir. i'..rni>i.*i.* lur* \ror"
��� -. :4 *;vv.?^i
This is"hn:-(l wealhei* on thnso bcaiHiful
white .skirts: makes tlieni dirty all
iiruiiiii'i Llie liottoin���so you'd uot'waut
tu wa-*h them your.*.elf.
Wo want "ihein for you. thonph.
Wo. x\ rtnt to make them rlcMii mid
br'jrlit and Lro-h. We make all linen
look fresh and .sweet.
:ii.d  E.1CTU.RN . .
ff {%   f|A  Good Irom the 10th-
is   H gi   i. a 'A Pi
% afi   Illl  to thc Uth of Julv
lo uo -<>, -or li lie- .xH to ('i>rnjij/'ti- tue wu:.. <im.- E
tritt.'tf-''] for. Ch'-'im---' i��f iiii-.:n>i-t"*i"ful *'*n |i*r- . ft
rr* win he ri-tunn-i n j��'*u �����lt;iiinii fifwil m* t.   S{
Tin*   lit-TnirTnitMit   !-*  not huiiiid ir. (i/��i-i-iii \hr \\jxj3rxi
u-ui'-t or anv it'jidi'r.
w. s. <;oi:k.
I>'��lii:t;; Coiiiiiii'-'.jnm'r of 1,-imU nnd WivrJc-
'���'Atx Revelsloke, B.C. j j
NO'jTCK. '
Trortilufll v Miniinr clu'iin. "itnnt" in lfo-
I.iirdf.m ^Unin^ i'!vi-:ou "i "*���-{ Ko.itr:.-n
Where [orated: (in f.i'\*in^ioTi M'nintttin
u.'iti' I'ool iTi-i-fc brNIuc
Valve Notice thttt  1.   K (*,. Croc.i,  of N**Um-i. '
jo-tin^ a-  iijient  f'��r  iii-.*   " Imp'Ti'il   Ii-*'. .-loj.-
ni** tit     f-v:i��ii#-��i*fi'>.     l,!nui-'.l."    ]���?,���>:     Min*-*.*--
('i-rtittniw.' No. '*��� "O.ttll.iiiU-ud. -ix:;. <\.\\ -, fnun
Mi"   'J*1*-'    li'TPof.   I-i    iijudv   to   ihe    Mining ,
(leroril'T  for  ii   '"'*riilii-aii��   of Imj.rnvt'M.'-iiN i
for ra*- i��nr|-o-te (��f ohiHlnini: :s ("tovmi  (Jrrt::'. ��� { \
llie iiIkivc ciaini,
,\it��l fnrrher ink." :i(#iii i'   iluif  io tion.  nndt-r '
^i'ii'i:i   :;T.  jmm-i   1��-   c":nijK,:)--"',d   l;eo��ri- ili-
l-.siirtin'1'iif sueli  '*Tirt!(t-fHl"  ut  !)������ [���ro-.pjn.-iii'-.
iJji.'.'I thi*- tv-.-.iilK i li -iay rf .Iini". I0*d.
1'. ... S.
P. XV. I... Pa sect, Prop.
���iii * r\-
,i t-nr.*-
h- j.ti;. i
���irc of
Any Kind of Transferring
Wine and
.���''hi* px.-nvsii-iii wil! he* OiUon .irU-'iTi'-.ij.vo nf hy iho majoricy of the
t-ii.i'/.i'iis of I'hivi.lstoUi*. .'ind the surroundm*.;" i*niiiil,i*y. inuiiy , of whom
hnve never lunl ;i e!i.*mi:e lo visil, the'.Meti'ii]iolis nf the Nurlli Pneifie.
Ample (inn; will lie given lo visit outside poinl'H. Thn.se not wi*-hiii(j lo
j le.ive ItewIstoUi' mi thi- 'Oth uittv'<_-n nn the 11 th iind then urrive iit
Vaiieuiiver in linn, to view the Grand IJiU'ii(le���*i,(H)0. Oranyeiiien
expected in line.
All 1!. (.. !u(.*_,os *.vesi". of Hevelsloke will he in .'itti-i.f.ai.ee as well a.s
1joi1;;*.*s I'l'imi -In* l.iitle.s'of Oregnn nml Wnshingtoii and possibly
(!*"i!ifir.-:i!:i. ". his O-.l-ie of Connaiinht's Own .Military Band is engaged
fn." I.he i!.'....- as well us others from outside points.
A    lii'.-l ihi**.:-! pi'-ij.-rainini. of sports  inclndinij;  Tjierosse,    Base lJall,
etc.. is beb*K ii'-T.-uiKed at Hraekton Point., Stanley Park.   '���
| 'l.'he. Jn.a. Ti. Clarke "Wallace. SovoriMgn Grand Jlaster, E. C. Chirk,
j --_M. P.. anii Wm. .lohnston of Iially  Jvilhey,   Ireliind.   are   anionic   this
prominenl. speaki-rs of the day.
('.nne .-il". and enjoy yoiiiyelves.     Imii" furthei'  inforiiii'.tion see lu'rge
leave their naines at the llniiAi.n ollice or with the secretary of the L.
0. Ij. so r.hat an estiniale of the tinnihiii'who will avail themselves of
this opportunity to visit the. coast can he arrived af. "���
W. C. BIRNEY, Sec. L. 0. L. No. 1658.
I- |
+ .i.
Rates:   $1.00 per day.
All   r.r.!**r-
.i   K. '.'., ?iii>llii.'-  Ti
'..nt-.* y.t,.t ..vill rf* tr,.' j.
!���*... v
less mileage than the ('. P. R. men.
For instance four men and u foreman
ptiard four miles of double timk on
the G. T. K., while there are ihree
men euarJ seven miles of single track
of C. P. R. This means a mueh
heavier traflic over the C. P. R. track
than on the other, and consequently
hauler woik with less men. and a
longer section by thiee mile*-. Then
' uKain the G. T. St. is an old ro u! wilh
,i hard, well-b-ill.-isted bottom, while
the C. P. K. i= comp-iratively new.
soft and more likely to go out or order,
Agnin on the G. T. It. if the men work
any overtime, at sill, even one hour.
they get paid for it
not pretend to pay for any overtime
less than one quarter day, and one of
lhir>  y��*:ir.
1'IIOMOTIU.."   I.lr**'.'".
rh: Double Eagle J.Tininff and Develop  , .jf^S.   I.   "Kfif' 003.TO"V>7 [-
'   mcr.t Co., Limited Liaurlty. , I
Follov.'in'i are the nnmc'*- of thoHcl    NOTICE is h'*u*by  trivi-n   Hint   tl
divisions -1:u,r""1' (-''.'ri.(,,v''     nieetiiiK   of    *.hni
receiving jiromotion. oy
uivi-srox  F.
To Hi��h   Scliool���IJ.-illie  Mi-own
Bessie    L.'iw.soti,   I_loi-i_   Wliitmore
Edna Xeild, En'ic.*-t iran.-;on, Frank   ", 1U0I
("uerin, Marion Adair.
hrildeii. of this ciiiiip.iny.   will   bu   h"ld
���il, lhe  company'**,  ollice   al.   Keiiri.s.011.    rtetail Oe.iler 111
II.C.. oiiThiii'Sfhiy, -liilylllh.  10;il.  al j '"
���-. p. in.      The    iran-fer    Iwiok*.   of   tin
1 run 11,111 y will he closed from July   I  li
(Continued on  I'ngu II.j
Seif   Home   Treal ment   for   Ladies.
I will srn.l fn-e willi lull iii'tnirlkm.*. .��ne
.of lliii,  i-iiiiple   jtrt-pHriilion   fur   ilia 1 nr<*   t I
The  C. P. it.  do j l,cm*orrli.i*ii. Ulcerntion, Iiieplarc'iiii'iitninl nil
I'ijitikI" Irotilih", io nil In'Iie." j-tudiii*; ml.trcs-i
to   _i,II:S.   .I.O. I.l-i:,    llraii��*h   Mn:ui(i*'r. ln*iir
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The Great Western Mines. Limited
NOTICE is heieby aiven that the
annual general iiicetinpc of shale*
holdeis in t.his ciiiiip.'iiiy will In* h��l(l at,
llu* company's ol.ii e at p'erjj-ti'-oii, IS (!,.
f.ii Wednesday. .Inly lO.'.h. Hull. nl. Up
in. The transfer hooks of lhe com*
pinv will be closed from .lulj* I lo.
ID, 1'IXH.
"A. II. Uoi.l'icil, Secretary.
Beef, Pork,
Mutton', Etc.
Fish and Game in Season....
AIlnr��l��f< promptly.filled.
Corner "Pouiriim
Good accommodation.   A good Bar. well supplied with*
Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.    *
Free Bus Meets All Trains.
irown &; G-uerin:: Props,||
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��� ���(Jet 11 ciiui'ta or kodak and enjoy
yoursell. I'm* Cnnadii Drug Si Book Co
keep thcm-if all prices.
A VAU-Ai'U*. Ur*.Sir>KNOI*.-~
I'roperl.v near thc Court hotiHe. Cost,
over h>__,.X.O. f,,|. sale at SlOOfl. Kor
Ici'ini ami particulars iiitplv to A.
JOHNSON, Herald Oflii-e.
ON SKCOND .STBKET���a bargain
and on easv terms of pavment. Applv
to J. 1). SIBBALD, Real  Estate  Agt.
g PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     MUTTON.     SAUSAGE- |��
VT--J ,/2  ity'  LEGAL  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a i-place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province.   Its mining", telegraphic and local news  a  is gathered from reliable sources and. presences  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 Held which it covers.  T  -M. SL'O'I J'    ]',. A.,  1.J..II.  Harris-lcr,      solli'llnr,    Xninry    Vnlillc,   I'll'.  .Mi-K-.n/.n.' A*, vimi.', Keul-li.l.e .Million.  .Money lo lo.m.  I-JA.'.Vi_Y, M'CAIlTi:"**. .t 1'I.N KII.'.M  Uiirri tor**, .-nlli*!;.'.!"'-. Kir.  Solicitor*- for Imi'Criul Jimil: of I'.iuin.ln.  Coni'miiy iiuni*. in lotin iu.s per iem  l'*ii"vi __iitt:ri, Ke'.eliloki* .--lnium, 11.1".  MEDICAL.  T    W. 01'OSS,  Ollice:     Mackenzie .-.it-niie,  Hevelstoke, B.C  HUlUii*-0N TO Till" ii. I'.K,  Health OlUi-cr, City of lievelstoke.  CHURCHES  MKr>!0!H4r lllfllCII,  KKVK1.M0KK.  I'rcnclmii! .-erwre*. mil a. ���������"��������� ami "���������������������������^ P-.,n  Clii--i.iei.uiis ������i '"��������� '���������'"-"��������� ,".l,1'l,1S'l,ll",".!,lS  -ofvicu. .-iilibiuli **,*ii.iuliiiid llililelllu*-** al**..*."  \iceklv I'niyer M.'eini*.' uvuiy M e.lii.-iliiy  ei.aiin'i; in. 7: :i). Tlie publiu me i-oiMliill.  Inriiuil.   .-em-- iree,  Uev. C. I.AHNKH, l*ii*>tor.  -r.  I'lITI.II S (lll'KCIl,  ANI.I.ICAN.  Vl-'lu ii.in., llolv l'neli iri-t: llii.m., ninllii-.  ItiinviiiKl -enii..'ii(ll*ily hiieliiiii'-i lir*.t Mui-  dn\- I'll llie iniiiilli): -.:.������������������> Mimliiy srluiol, oi  ������������������lillili'i*n'**-i*r\lre: T."." I.vciimiii;. H'lionil) nun  ���������,'urimx'- llolv Hn.*.*---Tlo' ll������l> J:iii-li������r^i I-  i-cii-briiluiliil '" H."I. <" b 1L '������ ��������� '���������������������������* "iiiiollin-ei!.  llolv l-iiim-iii niter Suii-liiy "-.-lm.il iii.lil.i.  i  ... I'i'.oi i;mi:i*., lleelor.  i'|ii:-iivti:iii.i:* i arm ���������������  -..���������rvii-eeverv Sun.iiiy nl 11 i..m. nml "���������"���������' I'*1"*  to u Ineli nil are ������uli*miic. I'rnyei inc-ellne. nl  o p. in. evci y Wuiliu-iliiy.  1 ii kv  ������". r. C.  ;.������i:i:, 1'nslor.  ISO "I AN CA11I0I.II" CIII'IICII.  Mn���������   nt HI:"." a- xtx ,   on   lli'il.   .'eeiinil   nml  fourili l-iiudti. *> in ii:  * mon 111.  IIRV.   I'.ITIIKII   TII VYKII.  /     .-\I.VATIOS   AIIMV.  *���������[���������������������������..illl. every ul-jlil* in Uic-ir  Hnll ������n   PioiiI  Ptrui-t.  Certificate of Imlprovemens  NOT I (.110  "Dnrn." "rhelmn" ami "(.bun"  mineral claim*- -siiuuLe in the Lurdeau  Mining JJivit-ion of West Kuolenny  l)i*-lricl.  Where localed: Along Pool Creel.,  abinil, .1, mile .ilinve luidgi*.  TAKTl'" NOTIOE that I, P. C. Green,  nl'Nelhini, actiiij.; as .iifent I'or 1). E.  (iiove, Free Miner's (*ei I ilicate Nu. IJ.  .".0072, inlend. sixty days linm the date  hereof to apply to the Mining Uecord-  er forcerl.iliiHU-'s i.f iiiipruveiiieiits, for  the purpose of obtaining Grown  grants ot the above cl.ums.  And InrthPi* take notice that action,  under section 37. mufit be commenced  before the issuance of such certificates  of improvement;*,.  Dated this 1st d.iv nl" .Time 11)01.  F. V. Guuen.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK.  i  I  *  jgrtTs Fl S3 *1   SI xf^\ V^i  5S. R k fin ^i <?fc E-^ S r&^ ?* /F* %r&       ^&v ^$  U    (4& tt  $1.25 r'vJ  R SIX MONTHS, IK ADVANCE  Iier!  P.o'e ncsiec nieeN *-c*>o*iil nml /onrtli  Tne-cli".*.- ofenrli  niontli; Wliile l!o**o   I-cl-i-it  nieel-51'niril Tin���������dni of eneli (pnirtur, m Oilofel-  lows Hull.   Viailini: brethren ueli'oiiio  \VM.  \V.\r.-0S',        '      HY. JJUW.MlDS,  * l'ruiidcnt. heeretnry.  Gold Ranft-e Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke,  B. C.  \&������H'};)   Meets everv Wednesday in  V-*^-V    OdiH'...]|n\v-' Hail ni IS o'clock  **i������*^     Vi-ilin'f Knishls invited.  E. G. JiL".:i:ini;i*i. C. C.  ':::::    :  :    : F. XV. M ArKlNl'.OT, 1*7. Ol*' R.ti H.  "Ohulln" "Tiisi*on"anil I,. V. (Krar-  lional iMiner.il (Maims .-.iLuale, in lhe  l.nrdeaii .Mining Division of Weal  Kootenay Dislricl.  Where located: On l."*<in������inn  .Mountain Snul h West of I'lva mine.  Take noliii* ihnl, 1, F. C. Green. <">!'  Nelson. ncliiiK ns a^enl. for Andrew 1''.  Kii-eiibei-Ker. F. M. O. II. fill-iSI nnd  Ihe Imperial Dovi-lopinenl Syinlicnle,  [.uniti*il. Free Aliner's (Vrl ili( ale No.  B. -.."OKi. inicnri. sixly days I'ttini the  date heieol. to apply to the _iliniii!_;  l.eciirilei' lor i-erxilk-ales of improv,.-  ineiils, Inr the pin pose of obtaining  Gi own ur.inls of i lie aliove claims.  And furl her laUe nolicc lhat, aclinn,  miller section o7, iiiusl, be i iimnn'iiccd  licl.ire the nmuiiiii' of such ceiiilicates  of impiovemcul*-.  Dated this lir-st d.iv oi''.Tiuie 1001.  F. C. Gh.'...n.  Certificate of Improvements  ia  NOTIOE.  "Joker" Mineral Claim, situ.ili* in  Ihe Ii-irdi.nu jMininir l)'xvision of West  jvooteiiay District.  Wheie' located: On I.cxintfLon  Mountain iidju'u-'.iuK livn group on  West.  T.ike notice thai L. F. G. Green, of  Xel-nn, lifting .is iitjent for the linper-  iiil Development Hviulicale I.imiled.  Fiee Miner's Gerliliuite Nu.fi. K201C,  intend, sixly days from I lie dale hereof, to apply lo" the Mining "-tecordcr  I'or a ccrliliiate ol improvement***. I'or  the purpose of ohliihiing a Giown  _;r.'iul of (he above claini.  And fm ther take notice that action,  under section IIT. must he commenced  before the issuance of such" certificate  of in.prove!iii"iil*>.  Dated lhis lirsl dav of J nne. 1C01.  'F. O. Gi.'isicN.  -I  *#  i  1  4!  m  It takes a foremost "place in the race for prominence ancl popularity with business houses &nd  as a consequence does mora*business with those  requiring Printed Stationery and ollice supplies  than any other Printing- Establishment in Eastern British Columbia. The class, of work turned  out .has been pronounced equal to anything1 of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE .No. 1658.  jr Serulnr nieciiiiKs me li������*l������l   In  llu  Jfi Oildfolic���������'1, Hull on  the Tliir-1  l-'rl-  *?^ dnv of eneli niniitli, nt S p.m. -.linrp.  *-:'3 Viiitini; hrelhren eordinllv invitoil  ,,,-y��������� thos. bTi:i*:i*, iv.m.  -sSK=r- W. ti. lSIIl.N'KV. Jli*c.-Sec.    '  A. H.=HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  . '   AND ASSAYER.    , it     -  IliiviilSclionl of "iline*., I.oncloii.    Sovei your.**  nt '"Morin   Works,   Swiiiismi.     1"   yeni-J  Chiel  1'heini-t   I" Wiisiui Conl inul  Iron Co.,  Kng.  I uie i:lioiiiist unil Asbiiyer, Hull 3luic.-,"l.ld.  Claims examined mid rcportcil upon.  -.   . Revelstoki, B.C.  Certificate of Improvements  not roi  9 8 fe n*a  "2^'K  WI  m  ".'���������JS  Is eaui":>ped with the latest faces in type designs  andVl.%7ork entrusted to THE" HERALD is  ���������' handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  - -\mdfttt> >���������-���������=������ "n^ -t-he-proper use of-the material at,their,  " disposa'.   THS HERALD does not claim to be the  on]y prrating- house in the district' but it does  claim to h/3  iiDWAHD A. HAGGEN,  lMl_-.-l.VG  ENGlN-liElt,  ���������lein'wr Mnerifiin In-titnle Mlnini: l������iiKlne;ri  Memhsr CuniKlinn Mining Iiis<titiite.  i{i:vei.stoi*:e. k.c.    ,  runriliuK'Hi 01 1111U riTOrl* .." ."lnioial  piup*  eiti***, 11 spuoiiilty. .  '���������Impel ial" and "TSalfoiu'", mineval  ehiiin-.. situate in the L.ndeaii mining  division nf West JCoote.nay di.it 1-icL.  \Vhere   hiL'Uli'd: On    l.exingLon  mountain, smilh nf the .Eva mine.  Take nntiee that 1, F. C. Green nf  \el.-.ini.iiL*liim as agent for ,T. J. Foley.  1.', M. C. 11. :imm. Ooi-v .Menhenvlc, J*\  Al. 0., li. 82.021 and .lolin Urennand.  Fiee Miners-Certiflciiti-* No. 11. 32037,  intend (iO days from the date hereof, tn  apply to the Mining Iteeorder lor  Oe'rtitirate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the ahove elainis. ,  And further take nnfieo thntaelion.  nnder i-ei-tion :-". must he eninnur'need  liril'in..). ihe issuance of s-neli i-ertiiie.ili.1  oT iinpi'iivenient.-.  J.i.ileii this .Sth d.iv oi *lnne.   UO*"'.     ',  F. 0. GltEEN.  IJoiuinneil fiom pK(,'e -2.  ToKii'lii Class���������I'carl Robinson.  ILillon Keiirns. Hilda Hobl)*., Lulu  Pntriuk. Mnvv ICdwunli-. Fred Ur-  quhiirl.'Wiilluy Clark, Grace Somes.  Clifford Corson, Joseph Morgan.  Joseph Iiowson.  To Senior Fourth���������Norma Mc  Nab, Eleanor Paget, George Petti  piece, Alfred Field, Walter Buck  Seymour Hillier, Neil Lee, Deli:  Morgan.  mvisiox 11.  To Division T.���������Nellie Daniels.  Winnie McCrury, Earl Pettipiece.  Annie Hanson, Percy Dunne, Homer JJo'.ton, Adele Leveijuc. '.Robert  Caley.  To .Junior Fourlh���������Arthur P.en-  net. Curl rude Lawson. Grace Cordon, Harold JUivriilj-C l'.inni.i  Levei-uc. .John Frasor, Hay Fraser.  .Josie Ainslie, Hazel Buck, Benin  l.h'kuy, Geoi'ii'c Somes, Annie Palmer. John   Smart. Flora  McCrury.  To Senior Third���������Eleanor Hell.  Nellie Bain, -Majijiic Calder, ' Edith  Cooke, Harold Giierin, Kathleen  F.-iiper. .Majririe Daniels. George  Lunkhead, Charles Cordon. Maitie  Calder. Gunion lvearns antl Dalton  Allen.'  DIVISION  IM.  To Third Class���������Allie Bain. Ceo.  Hay, Tom Wilkinson. Teddic Giierin, Violet Robinson, Agnes Black-  be nr. Fred Robinson. Robert Mc-  Rury, Alma Burgett, Olive .Bell.  ..oe'Noalon, Hilda Turnross, Epliie  Smith, Eldage -Morgan. Clifford  Risteen, Willie Kernaghan. Morris  Anderson, Rose Maich, Leonard  Iiowson.  To Senior Second���������Annie Corson.  Jacky Sibbald, Fred Young, Bertie  Lawrence, "Willie Booth. Gertrude  Dent, Howard .Coleman, May  Boulay.  To Second Class���������Nellie Robinson, Clifford Urquharl, Lucy McCarthy, Arthur Caley, Johnnie  Caldwell, Alex McCallum.  DIVISION'  IV.  To Junior Second���������Emma Allen,  Ethel Blackberg. Edna Bruce, Mamie Dunne. Willie Ciallicano,  Mable Hay, _ Maggie Neal-  on. (-Iannis Patrick.  .To First Reader���������Albert Anderson, ICathleen Anderson, Oliver  Ainslie. Zeiia Brawlt, Doris Ben-  net, Ralph Bell', Bruce Calder, Aubrey Doyle, 1'hc'ta Johnson, Daisy  Matlhews, Gertie Matthews. Albert-  Matthews, IS in ma. .Morgan, John  MeRury, Ernest McMahon, Eva  Thompson, George Woolsey, Laura  Hobbs, Sandy McRae, Cecil Burk.  To Senior IL- Primer���������Albert  Abrahamson. Frank Bourke, Eva  Doyle, Jennie Kernaghan, ��������� ^ Ada  Robinson, Stella .'Sweeny, Kenny  Wilkinson.  H.   EU WARDS.    "  TAXI DER MLST.  DEEP. HI-ADS, IllltllS, Etc. MOUNTED,  l*"nr*- Cler.r.cil anil Pcpiilrei!.  I.OVEIlISli'8 01.1) STAX1)     :     Secoml Slreet  m.  m  $k  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "V.* i -.lil ������������������  TrF3  UB  ssra  "UlS'  ^wmii  the  And in a position to give as good value fo:  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 Samples of Printing. All work  turned but promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention given to orders  by mail.  ^jJ___C-!--'*-*^i������.7'-7>T'.'?_il*������.'?  Irr-pect'on      of      Metalliferous  Mines  M_���������-^a**.***"  issi'I'-Ctous' niSTi'.ioTS.  TII'". Inipnpiors oi Mctalliferon*-mines nre  licrelivns*.'cnpil tlio fiillowniK ns llieir ri.-s.ic''-  llvi* Insj.i-i'iioii Districts witli liciitl.iniiriers us  nolL'il. iui'li ii-.iitiiineiit to Hike iiliiee Irom  Jinu* lrilli.iroi, until further-nulice.  AKOilllSAI.I' DICK, ll|s]ieclur.  llemlriiiiii-lcr.*-.    I'riinlirook.    ollice   of  ivputv .Minim, lteioriler.  Inspection  nNiricl slnill    comprise  nil   of  Eiu-i Koulumiv nnd   iilsu  lloiil  J:i-,er inliiiii*.  UivLsinn "f Wesi KniituiiH*.'.  In  nrldilion   to  tlie  diillcs  of   Inspector of  Mcinlliferoii-  mine*., Mr. Dick ������ill  nlvi iicl its  Iii-pc<*tor    of    Conl   Mines   witliin the *-ame  Di-iricl.  j.Ults MfflHKOOIl, lnspcntor.  lliMiilqunrlvr'. Ollice of .MiniiiK  Huconler, Seisin*.  Inspcciioii District shall comprise nil of  We-t Kui-.ieiiftv e:.c.'pl Uom 1'ivc.i Mlnlim  Divi-ion niu! niso 111-.. Orniiil Pork*- mid Kettle  Kner Miiii-u.-" lliii^ions .*f Vulc Diitiict.  THOMAS MOIK.AN, Inspector.  lleii(l.|iinrlcr.s, C.overiiiiient P.uililiiigs,  Nitini Imri.  In-pectii 11 Dislricl. Vancouver, Isliiml um:  Co*i-i Di-trici. , , ,,.  .M.-.-.Morami is i'.l<o Inspector ol Conl Mine**  for ilii-Di-triil. ,       *.   .  N'oiice i- lierehv hi ven of such Inspection  Di-inci- .mil Hint 111 (iccordniice v.itli the  ������������������Isi-pectioii of-Metulliferou*. .Mines Act, ISII7,"  mill  Ani.'iuliiiir  Acts,   nolicc of  nccideiits toi of illinrdvciiients*.  cmplovi's l.nppoiiinsv.iiliiii nny of  such   Dis-  IneH .i'ii*-! he promptly reported  both to llie  Inspector  of Mich   District  und   ulso   10 llie  Minister of Mines. Vlclorin.  In mines not included in the nliovc Districts  iiii.iini:ers will report, iiiilnplienlc, to the  Mini-ter of Mines direct, who, if lie considers  it nece-siiry, will n**sign 1111 Inspector lo  siieciullj report.  IJinnk forms upon which to innkc reports of  sreli   uccidents   mnv   ho   ohtnincd   from  the  Inspecor of   the  District, from   Hie   .Mlniiig  llcconlcr. or upon npplleiition to tins ollice.  HlCIlAllDMclUtlDK,  .Minister of Mines.  Dcnnrtment of Minos,  ���������1111 .Line, 1W)1.  "Blui!.T:iy" JMinoi'iil CJlaim. siluatn in  t lie lj:titli.';iii tnining Jivision of West  Kiioti'ti.-iy flistt-k-L.  Whfi-i! kifnted: ��������� On Lexington  .Moiinl.iiin onu-llnril of .1 mile ioutli of  tin. I'.vn mine.  'J'liUu iiolicu Unit I. F. C. Gi'een of  NhIsiui, iicl.ingiis n^mit for D.m JMi*-  LnKish. Fri'ii .Miller's Oei-tilk-ntL* No. 11.  '321)1(1, iiiti'iul (iO days trom Llu* tliiLc  htM'tiol'. to upply to the Mining  Itet'oider for 11 (Ji'rl.ilic.-ite of Itiiprovo-  mi'i.tt*.  for llu* pui'].nsi* nf olitiiining 11  . fliowii ;'r;inl   nll.li,' nlwivc cln.iiii   And liiitlict iiiki! milice Unit  uclion,  ntitlei* si'dion 37, must,  lie ioihiiihiki'cI  liel'die  the   i.s-siiiinue nf siuli cL'i'tilirnti..  nf iiiipriivi'ini'iitb.  D.itwil tlii*. Ht duy of .Tune, 11*01.  _;. F. C. G������ken".  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICK  "Tliplnni'- (friirlioniil) und "Ciinnn"  (fi.-u I ion-il) ininei'iil rlniui**, silmili* In  1 Ir." r.iiriU'.-ui niitiiiig division of West  ICniilun.iy tiis.ti-ii.-t.  'Vi'lii'i-L'��������� lui'.'iti'd: ;On Pool i'1'i'i'k  ml .joining Uiu'i'lieliiiii unil J'ui'.i iniii-  iM'iil cl.iinis.  T.-iki* iinlicp th'il, I. F. C. ("ri'i'ii of  Ni'lsnn, .-icliii^ us utri'iit for I lie Imperii.I Drv-'liipuii-nt Synilifiite, Liniili'd.  Fri'i* Minoi's (Ji'i-lific-nli*. No. 13. .'2l)l(i.  intend 01) d.iv*- from I lie (lute heieui'. In  npplv lo tin* Alinini: I'imiii der Inr  L'l'iiificiili* of impi'iivrmcnls, for tin-  purpose of ulit:iiuiii|; Omi-iVii gi.-uils nl  the iilnivi' cl.iini!-.  And fictlier hike no!ire Unit ,'ii-tion.  under seetion 'o'i. musi. lie eoiiiin'eiiced  liefnie tlie isbiiiiiici! of Midi tertiliL'.iteir  Dated this, .ii.stc.uy or .7mn*. moi.  F. 0. GiiiiKN.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMEMTS  Printed and Published by  NOTICK  DIVISION V.  To First  Reader���������Duncan   Kennedy,   ' Frank     Tapping, - Esther  Floyd."  William    Picard,     Mamie  Fleming, "Eric  Goureier, Merle Calder,   _, ' -j  ;  To Senior IT. I'rimcf���������Olive tiol-j  inson,   fiiu'nut    jMcMaliou,    Lxicy'  Match, Sam   Parsons, Howard Mc-  Nah,   Ivan* Sutherland,   Bert Donnelly.  To Junior II. Primer���������Harry  Floyd, Robert Charles McRae, Reginald Woolsey, Walter Ernest Robinson, Charles Williams, Stanley  Kearns, Elsie Cooke, Mary Manning  Edgar Rruce, Leo Solloway, Earle  McLean,Daisy Urquhart.Ida Robinson, Frank Daniels.  To Senior I. Primer���������James  Lawrence, Mary Scott, Aimee Grogan. Alice Bell, Norman McLeod.  Cora Lee, Lilian Lee, Evaline Johnson, Leon Coursier.  mvision* vi.  ���������"To^^Divisi^n"-V'^RutlT^Brown?  Charles Ault Procunier, Laura'  Maude Johnson. Elain Doris Brown,  Maude Simmons, Richard Bolton,  Wallace Irving Fraser. Flora  Forbes, Alfred ' Tapping.' Maude  Robinson, Ed*...aire Morgan, Charles Fromey, Cyndrcne Match, Mar-  garitc Brown, Conolly Trainor,  Margaret Caldwell,' Leon Bcnoit.  Francis Erenet, Edna Corson, Fred  Ooddard, Oscar Hanson, Charles  Wilkinson. Hert Kernaghan.  To Senior Cla?s���������liita Muriel  Doyle. Rita McAdam, Donald Mc-  Rn'e Calder, Minnie McMahon.  Thoraas Fleming, Essel Ainslie,  Dalton Sweeney, I.yda Steed. Frank  Home, Marjoric Young.  A. Kiii.i.ivan, Pfincipnl.  Miss A. Smith. l-.t Assistant.  .Miss A. line;..it, 'Jnd  Miss S. V. IIoiiixson, Uni  "  Mish W. J. E. Chkixii, -Ith '���������  iMiss ".r. ]'*HASli������. oth"   .  Ijiibinoss' Miiiitior..  ��������� Ice fin sale.���������Apply A.  K. Smith.  ���������Sex: Cream Sodas cvoryiL-iyat Dews.  ��������� Up lo 1l.1l e shirt   waists   innilc   ul  tin: Mudihon l-'arlors.  " ���������Thi* nmvoht liook.s .-ihvuys romc in  as sunn us printed at the Camilla Drug  it Honk Co.  Strikes on the Nettie L. and  Maybe. ��������� Work Commenced  on the Triune. ��������� Government  Work and the Wage Question.���������The New Town of  Duchesnay.  Trout Lakk. Juue 28.���������Since May  is.1 I uiu pleased to state a little pro*  dcss is lieing made in and about  front I.������ki'. The Nettie Ij. mine if  reported having made unother rich  strike of ore to the boiith-e-uit of  previous working.*--, and well into the  Ajax ground. Willi each foot of  levelopnient work the teserve of ote  s increased vastly. This is most  "iicoiiraging. It is uls-o repotted 11  ���������_;ood liody of ore was encountered in  Lhe Maybe or Double K.igle property,  lhis likewise is encoiir.ijrin*.; and  ���������should oive claini-owner.-i oi) the  the north-west as well as on ihe south.  ������������������list hope of x'.-tlue-i in their property.  The Silver Cup keeps on steadily  working in rich ore and it is antici-  pa led with the railroad at the foot of '  Trout, Lake this full the output of ore  will he large. .  The owners of the Triune mineral  el.iim have again commenced opera-  linns on this well known and rich  property. Thoy have stinted out in a  way that rather puts to shame private  '.���������orporations, their wnge being $1 per  ,l,ty. This wage will pnt energy into  I hi: men and will.no doubt pay for  itself in the extra work done. To get  to tli^ piesent workings is not the  easiest in the district but still they get  theie and the extra wage will compen-  ���������Jiite for any inconvenience. We wish  every success to Lhe undertaking.  Hi-port is current the "Nettie I-"  has changed hands. Consideration  half million dollars.  Roads and trails have more particularly been on top with woikmen about  town and the wage question, which  was a burning one seems to have died  a natural death. It was rumored the  old road foremen would not consent lo ���������  take out gangs at the offered wages.  Anyway . they went out,- the men  agreeing- to "take i*!r;.3l_l and S2 50  respectively.  Since   writing  the  above   the men  engaged in putting the waggon toad  through to thc Nettie L.  mine struck  for an extra fifty cents a day.    This it  seems is an impossible request, as tbe  government only pays $2.50 per day in  all other parts of the Koolenays and it -  does   seem   somewhat,impractical to  ���������ask more in one part or. district than  men   are   willing. to   work   for find  receive in other***, .ind unless the men  can   by   soaie method   organize  as s.  whole,     thtoughout    East  and West  Kootenay I do not see anv chance, of  an increased wage.   But shorter hours  might be given   in   lieu  of  the extra ���������  wage.     W7itli the .eight-hour day   in  the mines and general  nine-hour-day  fob mechanics and others, it seems to  me not too much to ask for a nine-hour  day on roads and trails.  IWr. Taylor, M. P. P., came in from  the Coast on Sunday and he and the  road superintendent was kept busy  with the strikers and claim owners  anxious to get their trunk trails  through, so that horses could be got to  LIMITED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing* Director.  Declaration of Dissolution  of Partnership.  Wc. ClRft-nrc William Field, of Golden, 1". C,  nnd Walter Ben', of Kevel������toke, It. C, forin-  crlvp-cinbeno" the firmc-iirrvHiK nn busiuc-s  n. ilri!(-ui*>ts nnd inorcliftiiti nt Kevelsioke, In  tlie Province of Hrlti-li Coliiinbin, under the  Ftvle of " Field .t Ileus" do hereby certify  tliat the snid r>f..rttier**hi-> v,nson the 18th day  of June, 1501 di***sohed. i  Witnc-s-s our hnnds this 18th day of June, A.  T>��������� 1C01.  TIIO0. O'BKIKN*.  Golden, Ii. C .  Solicitor  )    i.*. W. FIELD,  . J    WALTEK   BJiW  Rossland mineral claim, situated in  lhe JjiirdeMit jMining Division of West  lvoolenav District.  Where liifiited: On Lexington-Mountain South of IheUva mine.  TAKE NOTICE that r, K.C.  Green,  of Nelson. .'ictiiiK  as ' agent,   for   Corv  Menhenick 1?. M. C. Si. 32 021 and.I. J-  Foley Free .Miner's  Cei tiliiale Nn.  I*.  32,080. intend, sixty days liom llu; date  hereof, to npplv tothe Jlining Itecoider  for a certilirate of impi oveinenls".   for  the   purpose   nf   obtaining  a    Crown  grunt of the above claim.  , And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must  be commenced  beforo llie issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this Sth day of Jn- '.  ���������Always read the Canada Drug &  T'ook Co's ad, something new and up  to date all the time.  ���������New vaccination shields very  romft.rl.ili'e and only 15c. at the Canada Drug & Book Co.  ���������We have a fresh supply of tanglefoot liy paper, poison fly paper, insect  powder anil blowers at Canada1' Drug  <fc Hook Co.  ���������if you are troubled this warm  weather with corns, -we have a new  plaster that fastens around the toe  and removes corn in two days. 25  cents per box. Tiy one they- are  excellent.   Canada Drug & Book Co.  the  claims  and   packing   made easy-  Some claim owners have been waiting  Iwo  weeks to commence operations,  hut it is not.staited yet.    The appropriations are made and they know of  no reiit.un why .the work is not started,  [s it a 1-icknY foremen?  , When Greek meets Turk, then comes  the tug of war.    Something'like, this  isin {evidence here.    Two weeks since  an oider was given  to   hotel  proprietors to   close   their doors   and draw  their blinds   on Sundays.     This  was  done both here and at   Ferguson, but  at  noon  the same day a second order  was given,   authorizing   the'hotels to  run wide open as usual, as the paity  siivingll.e first order had not authority  to  close the hotels.   Heretofore I  thought every and all constables bad  the nulhorily todo their duty, but it  teems not in-Trout Lake and  district.  (Query)    In' which   way does the law  differ h<*re from Revelstoke, New Denver,     Nelson   nml   other  lespectahle  towns?   The gold  commissioner will,  no doubt, have the matter put light.  Neither of the steamers ate running  here at present. The gasoline boat,  Canada, is handling the passenger and  freight, traffic.  " The C. P. R. have commenced operations from Selkirk (later to be known  as Duchesnay) and a party of eight are  surveying from Trout Lake down. Tho  C. 1'. R. assistant land commissioner  has called for tenders to cut and clear  2S lo 30 acr������.3 of Duchesnay townsite  in the near future.  Prospecling is going on very quietly  with very few people in the mountains.  A'ery few enquiries just now for  mineral claims, but in the near future  there should be investments made. I  look for it.,  A good programme of sports is to be  held here as usual on lhe 1st of July. ^uietstof-c^tralrj ami %\\\w*
^cti's journal,
Published n>-
The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.
Limited Liability.
Managing Director.
A Suml-Weeklr Journal published In the
interest* of the railway men. mining men and
betinesa men of the wan. Days of fubllcallon
W��dne��day and Saturday.
Display adj., $1.60 per inch; single column,
ft par inch when Inserted on title page
L*gal ads., 10 cents per Inch (nonpariel) line
lor flrst insertion; 6 cents for each additional
Insertion. Local notices 10 cents per line each
issue. Birth,* Marriage and Death Notices
stJB.icBirTio.s- rates.
Bt mail or carrier, ti per Minnm; Jl.2.1 "lor
nil month*-, utriclly In advance.
I<onc oi the bc-i equlpi-ed prliilliiKOilii'i:1- In
tin* West mid nrep-ired to exerule nil kind- of
{���rintin** in tir��u*l*u*.s style nl lione-i l.riee*..
line t��rit*e lo -ill. So job loo Inr*.*.��� none tni,
*niall���for u**. Mail order- promptl*.' KUeiideil
to.   ��.tive n*. a trial on your next unler,
TO COKRK**rO**.I>r..\"T.*-.
the grievances of tin: met! of Unit system i-i tlint even when tliey get nut. in
the night and work four or live limns,
several times iu the monlh, and the
time is put in by Ihe fiireuian, when
the pay < nun*:, which is always uni
and a naif uiiuillis behind, lhe* exirn
tiiue lms heen struck out at the ollue,
and I he iiien do not get it. S.i that. 1
say that the piiy on thu C. P, ll. i.s on
the whole lower Ih-in on the (.'. T, It.,
the I. C. It. or the C. A. It,, and challenge uu investigation to prove what I
say." -1
r5**S t^r>nr?-i^,rV'^.r:prf rj~, ^-.,., k^-m is-*-**. ��wf. >rX;rr. tr*
i ���*?!Z J
The Latest anil Most
Stylish Hats.
Trimmed and  Untrimmed
jg$   Madison   Alillinery   Parlors.  ��*��
Fietitious l'i'piii-ls. gros** exaggerations in leaili'il type, enrieelions in
iiliscure cornel'.*-, seem to he the nrili'i'
of   the   day   in   one   of    Vaneoiiver'.-
W._.   invite  eorre.i.onden<..i on nnv -.ul.jeoi !  .   ... . ,..-,..      ,
of inicrL-t loiheKeneriil iniblle.    In nil i*ii-i- j dailies, whose latest dirl y   Inelii'   is   in
In   (-rente     strife    between
what il, is iileiiscd to   term  skilled  and
llepre.-enlatives   of
llie U.lift lid.* name of ihe writer nni-t neconi-i        ,
j.iuiv  Riniiu*.cri|.t,    bin    mil   neees-nrily  fm* | enileavoi
A"Mrc��i ��11 communications to the Maim
  ', unskilled   liilinr.
&     *.����� ct s    o    r.    ���      ������
gg Misses Shepard &���* Bell gag
tea                 McKen/.ie Avenue      oa'JS      n-JJ
SOTICK to i.*oi:l:r.��i'ii.N'iii".ST.-".
1.���-All    i*urresi>oiiileni*e    . must    !��e
.ritteii on one **i'.|e of Ihe paper only.
'_:.������Oorre.i-oiidenc.i.     troniMiiiin-;       p.>r.-;nnnl
iiiAtter iiui-l In* -.i'-'tied iviiuilie proper  ilium*
,.(tli�� ��rlier.
,   ",,,������: I tin*.' hifrlier   lir.*iiicln*s   < if  skilled   labor I in ml, imiii .il.iuin   blank   fn'riiK of i***.|iil~i t loii
-'���   lc*l!i��i>i* �� . rrom'In-Seerelurli-soi iluvi uiniei.*,  tu.stiliui
Al hX. l.l'CA*-'.
Travel Illl;; Acelil.
Weflne.-dny.  .Inly  ���"���-   1-Xll-
The Minn* ��*leal*ly the e;l:
striking trneknieii i.*- placed before the
pulilie lhe more f.ncilily dues it sccni
to ap|H*,-tr that, the. ineli linvi* ;i very
-.li-iini; arginneiit. mi lheir side In our
last issue wi* published the .-tal.'iiieiit
made hy the local ciimiiiiltci.* nl Winnipeg. v.Iiieh is fully cndni-i-ed by the
leaders of the strikers here with lhe
��-x.;fption that, tliey say that, a- far a.**
their division is i-nncuriied tin: .-cctiim
foremen have no grievance wilh regard to Ik* unable t-o get a fair hearing
���in case of complaints made again.-!,
them. Such case*.- receive on tin-*
division a full and impartial invc-li-
gation. and the foreman, if not* to
blame, i.s given every opportunity to
clear himself. Another point to which
some exception was taken in the
statement is with regard to lines being
inflicted for damage done to handcars
carried away along the line, hy high
winds. The foreman who allows a
handcar to remain on the track after
he and his party have arrived at. their
destination i.s guilty of an infraction
of the regulations which distinctly lay
down that the car should be removed
from the rails. Otherwise the "Winnipeg statement is endorsed by the
trackmen on this division as; presenting a fair account of their grievances. It will easily be seen from it
that ths "steady job"' argumcut for
~.ayir.c a .-'eccioii hand hnll* the going
~*"��ge of uie country for ihe sunns rlns***
of "labor is entirely opposed to the
facts of the case. It* will also he seen,
how the wages of the "steady
job" section foremen are 'eaten into
one way and another and how laborious and responsible a position it is for
the pay. Xo arguments to the ell'ect
that the C. P. K. is paying bigger
wages than other companies an; of
any avail against snclr a plain statement as this of-the conditions, under
which the miserable pittance of their
truckmen is earned.      They  would   be
should show this t.raducei' of the
Wiirkingiiiaii that, tbey do sympathize
with 1 heir co-workers in this struggle.
Whaty.ii howl there would be. and,
"justly too. if .similar mendacious state-
inenls were made aboiil tin* employer.- I
Do not, Maud supinely hy whilst
your class is lieing vililied. Heiiienibi'i'
thai, "expres-ioii i.s the law of life
��� repression is death���find pity the
man who ba.- nothing to say about
matters pertaining to his own and his
fellow man's well-being, or. having,
something to say.   larks   the   courage
of e*-."|ii*es***iitii."
T.M.l.iiw .I'iIT.
IVU.MKI'.S lii-vlrr.iis of In'lns Mi|.pll...l  wll li !*.-�����)
lusii ni.   I'.iwiler nl  en*-1,   prl.'i'i   Inr eienrhi*.' \i'-Jt
WaXTE H���l'oslllon *...**��� ln.tiy, ):l i** ( r nr work
itltf l*n 111 pun loll n.'iu Ke\ elst.ila*. I". Hill'..rl it I'll-
Iioiik* inure ��l..sir...l Hunt s.-ii*.*r.v, it.,.*; 71,
llevelsioke Siatioii.
,fy.  C"}> Wt
-'<-.' ''"t.ij'L^rry <-.
*    J-...V*' ���'.    *���
Oovernnicr.t. Distribution of Stumping
us lollows
A lliel'lli    Kiiniu'l"*-'
>������ Henry     Mil!.*",    'Sei-y;
Institute, .Mljurnl.
.1. A.   lliiltlilny,    .See'y,    I'niuox     l*'iirinei>
Insiiiule, Sninl'.vU'h.
.loliii Siewiirl. Si*i*'y,  NiOiiiiino.Cedni* l-'nrin- |
ei*.*. In.stiliue, Siiii'U's'i;nissiii*r. Niiniiiitiu.'
ll.de'IX. .Mellln, Sec'y. I'litrieliiiii  Kiirinei*.-* I '-jVS,
lii:*ilule, .S.niieiins. fJ'f^
I*"nniier.s'   '-'.v".
i vy
\ll uu.
,1   H. Siinirl,    Sei'-'y,
Iii.stiliitL'. Melelioshi
I*;. Waller. Siic.'y, Islnn-:.s I'liniiurs    lii*slltiitu,.| '���* ��      . *-"���^
"alTogethcr   liesi"de"~tlie���markT~if_tlroi
Oi-.md Trunk  and   intercolonial   were
getting men to work  for llieir board.
A Pleasant Morning With the
Children.���Rolls of Honor and
Promotion List*
| "The closing exercises of lhe public
scliool took place last Friday inorning
and were well attended, the number
of friends of the pupils present being
larger than on any previous occasion
of the same nature. The different
rooms were gay with house plants,
lilies and wild Mowers of all kinds,
bunting and foliage. During the
examination hours each teacher was
made the recipient* by the scholars of
some handsome, token of the pleasant
relatis on prevailing in every room
between the teacher.-and the (aught.
At 11 a. ni. the children and visitors
.������'1 assembled in ">fiss.Edgar's room.
"ivliPtv ll ii: f. .ll.nein*.* pc.-igraii. ill." .v.-.*i-
Chorus School
Dialogue The Curiosily
Trio IJutteiciip*-
Chorus -School
Hunch of Flowers	
 "... Hv four of Jl iss Creech's nirls
\\"niter Drill ". * *.
 Hv ten of -\liss Edgar's girls
Chorus ." .<���.....'.. School
'Juki-shop Conversation	
 Karl Fetlipiece and Hazel Ijim"-
Doll .Drill	
 Hy Miss  Fraser's little girls
Heading of   Promotion  List.
Chorus -School
Distribution of Hulls of J lonor.
 Hv-Miss Hobinson's Pupils
��� Z-TJIu^sen tiiTg iTu-^-l fill ifniri
I-'reneh   Canadian.   Bnglish.   Scotch.
Iri-.li. L". f5. Loyalist and ("eriiian.
Patriotic Song..' School
con SAVE Tllli  KIM!.
The various drills and pieces were
very nicely done indeed anil reflect
great credit on 1��<>tli teachers anil
Ounces lliii'lioi". ,
K. A. I'.rown, Sec'}*, Pel In Kiiriiier.... Instiititi*, |'
II. Iiosc. See'y.   .Siirri'v ���l-'nrmers'   [ii'-Uiuite, '
Siirrev CeiiU'e.
A. ll. IV .Miiiliciv,' See'y:   I.nn**ley   Filmier.-'
1 listitole, l.nngley.     /.
.   Alex.    I'll Hi i��.   .See'y,     Itieliiiiini.l   Kni'nier.s'
Insiiiule, Vnlleouvel*.'.
A.M.   Vereliere,   See'y,Mission   Knruiers'
liisiliulc!,' Mission ".City; ..;���*
��� ii.: \\". llliii.isey.i.See'y, Ciiilli'.viiek. l-'iinners'
I iisi im te, Uliitl i
\N'in.  tlreen, See'y, Kent I'anuers' Instiliile,
AjinssizV. ������-'���������.. .'V ...v...;';
, .I.M.A\'elisler,! .See'y Maple  ilid;:o  Fnrmci's'..
lnstilnte, Welisiets i:dnieis. V
. .l.ilin   Hall,   See'y, Mmtsuitijcl**anilcrs'   Institute, ahiHitsfiini.,. . -V    ;,;,���:.:
A   II:   CHclilon,   Sei*"y'    Osoynos:    Knruiers'
1 iistlute. U. lownn.
W 1'. lloi-.-ley, .-ee'y. Spalliniielieeii. 1*nriiiers'
liistiiite, Ariii^lroni:. . .-*::' :.���;..������.
S.M. McHilii'e, See'v, Sulin.in ��� A nn   l'liriilers'
I ns lituie, Hiiliiiini Arm.".': "���; .���'.'. L,   V   .
.1. I*". Sin ith, Si:e*y, Kamloops Far nie rs'.: I nsl i-
liite, Knmlmips.    ;. :.'      :r ....:.-::. L..L.ryry-
II. I'eniy. II.Hlfies, s'ue'.y," Okiiiiiijjaii-l''iii'iiicrn'-"
.liiMlltulu, Vernon.    -'���.������'���' ���*���'������? .������.'���'������.���.'���'���������
.<��������� ""', ���  ] .1. It."AXIIKItSiOS".   VV���������'"���'������������:
���������:���.:������  Deputy Minisleroi"A*,'ricnltnre,
lie pari nl en t of Ai-ric'iilttire," r.--;,.   ...
���;".*y.-Vli.toriii,-1*.":U>...M��y.S,"' 1001 :.:.-������.'.;.'
e: x, .<
it.Qn.^  v< iiv"
is In:re)ty -tji'.l lofl.to iui'ninouilniciiL to iliu ', I.iinit
Act,'!..passed,at.' tliu .hisl .sess-'-iiii- 61'*UiijUA'gis
.1 ft Lit re;-w li ji ��1 i": l''"f *\V^M ^--���l1*? ~X��J ***>SVsA--V-!36.;:'"" f%,: "r--" ���.."��� :7'
��� i:,uJ:";l'ro-em|>ti)r^
iu nrrL'iirsv in: piiyiiiciil.; of-'.,.-iusia'Imeuts't'"oi'
.'purchase; money."or.-' tnu, '\vl��o :at';tlie.vtirnc;<jf
comiup; into;force;of tliisv.veiyliavo.obtnined
Curt ill cateifof linV'i*ov.o-iuentior wlio.sluilI.lifLve
oiituiued Certiliciiten of lmproveiiieut'-witliiu'
twulyu "mom li-s. thereafter; ^hall on cou form ing
withthe provisionsof tlie "ijitnl'A'et," except
us hereby alti-red,bo; emit ied" to:, obt��in.Crown
���>rnnts of th'eir.pre-eiiiption claims:upoii .com-,
plot intrVpiiy men ts oi':- purchase; niqney;,aL: t he
'irat'e of seventy-tive ccnts.pcrncrU,: und;:,('r6\vii
���firnttt.u-o.j_v which pii\.iiients:-utiiy'.: be :.'mtid��j.-ns
'���'���.'VTwe'nYv^ the
:n.st day of:l>eceiiiher;:li)Ul:.���������. ::>^^^^������r;:--^
::""-Tweiitv.-iivc"cents per iiere on or before tlie
..' a ti d t h e re thiti ni ng-���j^'^.v^*'.'"''': '*. ::v- *-���*���;���> '-"vA'. '���:���"���'."'���
v .'��� Twentv-live cents por nore'on rip -before the.-j
31stv.dny ol*; UeciMnber. l'-'O-i,--iind^ without':nny.|
Xiirthsr.*v,aynieiit:pr*iivtiu,est/ A'-'AA-.r"
l^AA*APAZ~"': r.A"A::A:: wAsAiidiiy^;^'-^ ���
'.".-.... ^^.\-",'!^-^Uv,:.\7)e^it^6fy;.iHndsr.iV^,U'*nr^
I.n.iu'.s jviid Worts. j>ppH,rMfi*;*t>.t;; ''���-"A' Ay ���*' A A. '.:'.���'
���;^.Vi.M->ri*i,':lU;��j..vi<!'\HUi:f'v.t;''H.-:Vv:-;.."^'". '>...;,-,������>.
Vv^vv^jStartniggJ tiiie^i qtlV,:v:'::;v:";v::V:
\v i 11 Jniakiv t.lVe. .m "n ;;f rp xji: Coast;: tQ
;;' ] ���'.'���: V;vS v'vv;v'; Coas t ;:i i v i''.: >;. .�� vl vi:vv ''77.
��� Ably furnished:,-with" the"
/���'Choicest,' :: the ^Market:
' affords;-:.'./
Larp;e,  Light bedrooms,.
Rates $1 a dny.
Monthly Rale.
J. Albert Stone
Cheap .Rates
Now in Effect to tiie
VV ���...:"-''Afe*! if ir, r-.l" '���';'���'���
..V--'i.a*��>rii;er a"'***
:.:: .'   "VitiH'Olivcr, ���:
Divis-ion   IJ.���Gei'tie f-inv.-on. do-
]Hirtn:i'i.t; Arthur Jicnnct. prolifii'ii
13itl. as a matter "f fuel the a.-surtiun
i..��elf ha.*-it uppears to ttikun in ..011-
n*.*ct:pn with other conilitiou-: >jt' wm*I;
on the G.T.R. awl Inu*ix*ijloni:il.wlik*li
ienilt.ru evi_*n moiu <mt <>f cmut than
t*vi!V. -I- "W. I'alti'i"!?!'!!. wiilinu' in tin*
OLtawii Jiuunal, .*siy*.:
'"Snppoe it   is ailmilti*il    fur   :irjju-
omeiit's Miki.*, that tin.* t'. I'. IS. i.Ui.*  lot j.-y; Xi-llic llain. u-gulaiity
tr^eknifii   i--   three   per   lent,   higher!      I )i vir-ioii    IH.���Al'W'S   I'larkliiTir.
than that of those nn other ihief C-.xxx-. 'le[HU'tm'.'iit; AI Iii* l>:iin. pr�� ���(w-ii-jic v:
ailiiin lines.     Those   i.-iti***   ".lin.ilil  I..*   ^'- K'.*ni.i'_'hiin. reiitilanty.
Divi-inii   [V.��� Kt'hi'l    Bl:n'kiK>i*ir,
ili'p.-irniii'nt; Mnhfl. Hay. jn-iiiii'itn-
' cy: Miiii^ii- Nt/alun   i-fjiiiliirity.
Divi-i'm V.��� K.-tlu'r l*"luyil. do-
\)urinit-m: iKuu.-au Ki-nnoilv. in-i-li-
*.i-ttli-il iKulion of tin* iDiiiiliy iilieie ci(.m.y; I,|:L U,)hinron. lTJ-'tlhirity.
living is ilie.ipi'i'. easier iiml heller i'ivi*-irin VI.���AfaUilc Siiiininlw.
than on the C. P. It. Then ajr.-iin the*!, .li.'p*irtm"tit; Rutli Brown. ])i"iil'nii.ii-
-sectionmen on the G. T. It.  a.,,1 I.C'.K.! t-v; Laun. .J"!'^": ,*^i;'^y-
Columbia River   Waggon Roadjj.
to 8-Mile Creek. :?.
op-.li.il   tonil..*""***.  -���.-.-���.���^.-������(���������r-j-.'ii    ���T-.-niiiT   Mr;
TJniiiI.'* mil  1...-rec-jiM-'I l*;.* ?'.  Kf.lin*ii<.*r. K-;..   :
iio\i*rr,nieiii Actiit ft:  .'tf-ci-lolc**. ��!> *.���"��� iioou ;
..ii sainnlnr rtit* *^<ili in-lnii;, lor im* (->*i-'.ri;c- ,
Ho.Liiii.._l__iy_^ii__^lo*j______U___._C<.ii:hi ���-'** -���i*.'.y.';.r -
ReveS stoke
\\|! B^ HI
**U   *Ji   AA J     ����
'��� - *?-'JP5**>VJ* ���'���'���
Iii tlie Cily of Viuicouvci'
Wedding Cake, a Specialty.
-Mil*.   i-rircJc.
st'.keV : ,.'::>:     VV '.:"*-"- "y-LL ������������������:"     LL: ���.;."".:'��� ������������..
: VliLii-i ttiid. -i:pecili^iition*i'.cn.ii. i>^ s*it?irKt the. J Yx *
olll(.i*.of tlie.^ioverliiiKilitAirl.'nliitjKi-velsio'-c*,:} K -\T
on an.l after MoTi<!*iv:thc"J_(ii fii-.-ti.nt:. ::    :v      .1 f. ���    ."
.'J*..'H��"iers Vvill not ii�� consi'Iered nni*....= ..n��il.*j w:
nm:: oh. tlit^: fornii-' ifiipiilieil.siichtfl ivitli tin? in LL;
atUiiiii-sl^iiatiire-vOf the tt'ii.K'rcr*-:. kiicI Mv**.oiii-i &;-'..::.
pani*id liy-.Hn r.cir'ipi^.i ulioqi'io'iii n-cfiHf-.(.r..*il ' vL:
bai.1: oi" Cftnarift. ivnyaliielo the iindersipii.."*, | ��
or tlieyuni .".'f^l'x himilri'd ii^Xii ..l.illHr,*.* v.-liielrl
iii fir.li*:-- promptly and rarofull;.
atti'iiili'd lo
��� 11*_11    b<*    l..rlc*ir...l    il   tlu*.    i.tTtv  I -iiilfrin.. ' y,   t,   r,    ,,. ..     �� i _j     <   ���        t*.   /->
.lo.*!Iiii.*:...>iii.*rl:,iM,.,inlr*i..t*.*.li'*ri*<.ii|l��lii-1..r..g   ! ��� ��- A' !*?f V _*" >*! 0 ��f      \\ j
--,��.,*   , r*   ,r,*,vr.f. , to <lo-o, or i ( hi-fi.il tn i ..mijiut,. t ho worli . ..ii-    S 1-tl. AVC t U io IV. iV\,,   i-.v^
I.tli.l..-   <Jl     JIO.NOU. I trnctl'il tor.    f.lli'i|ll���l<.f   i!ll-lir*'*-��*,llli   I��.|l.|iT-  , fc
XV..���:���;,,���   I W**rwl       1 -,*.,,il,.,,-t    ,1���      l'1'-   will !>**  r. liirm-il ii|,i.ii-ii!i,iiirf,inoi.t**ii.t.    K
Uivi.-ioii J.��� rici.t    Luiultait. ile-i   Th>. [���..���1**t,1K-iii .- n*n r... ini-i i...i<.i*i*i.i ;ii.*; %
poi'iin'Mit; Jjei^^ii* Lawson. protieii'ii-
ev. I.ulu  Patrick. ri'L-iilaritw
t.iken in comparison to the work ilune. ]
hi nl   tonJitions iimler whiiii it iMloiie.
Now" on   the   Grai'ul   Tiiink    the  line
runs :iliiin.-t entirely lhrouj;h the hest,
**t 'it' tinv ti*n>.'*r.
U"   S.COIIK. |
Ii.*I nty (*.>7uiiii*-*'i.ilii'r of I.hihI*. itii.l l\*(-..-k*-
gertifVgate oTimprovFme"nts
���icffsxJKnc xVJSjSi
v Tliis js"hnnl wentlicron "those.beautiful ;
" whiter skirts': ���inukcs: them flirty -.nil-;.
���'������.roiui-l the lnjttoiti���-so. you'd:.not want ���
to.'wrtsh tliem yoVirstilf.--���.:..":���.'..-'.*".'.>'������' r
:: f\Ve. uMiiu- thein -for  you, ,thniitrh.:
\\'e iwant   to v make   ihem : (���tcnti: and.'
liriirirt���'���ftiul trcsh'.:." vWc'innkc nil liuoii
look.fresh anil sweet.;';.;-:,^ :���;,"-' ,.;4/���-; ;'������������
gy7l ':��� fwetteSbukeb. ���s
imd  li]5TURN . .
ff fl , ��\��X  Good rrom the, 10th
%U   ISP   t0 th�� 14l'h ��f J"ly
.;\ ':.^!"-y;'NpTT(":K.., -;'
Tr-vaiUvcl!    MTininir  ftaiitV.   pittmtf    in;  the
t.Mrdeftt; ..Mirnn.,'   Division of Wwi-   Konti-nAv
District. ���".��������� .- ;- .:.._.���' ;-,;. :-;.;.;-,       :"\-A'\
Wln.rt-, Incatrr'!:;  -On Koxinjjton ;M��untutn,
iitMir l'o<n ("ru'.'k bridiii.'.   *���
Talcc Nuti''i: that* 1.  T'-.C. (Jrccn; of '���N��.No:_,'
iu-Liii'_i;rts':;ji|.f(.'��c-* f.ir tlie ����� imperial ii^v^lofv-
ment-; ���Svn'ii��,at.o. I-liiii:i><I/' Kr^'^v.Min-i.r'^
''iTtilinat-j N*o. H ;;^,(Ml, jitteit'I, sixty'lavs froin
tli'j <Int��: here-uf, Ao. tij.^ly.. to tin; .Mining
��� ltei*orilor f;>r <i I'orlififai'fl'.ofofiiif.rovcmiHiis
for tu-fs'i��it"rj���'>-<���(: of ohtatiiiug a Cr*rtvvn*M_J.rrt-u of
Iho above oiuiiii,. *    ...' ���'.'! :    ', '. . .\ _ .   .**���.'
I   Au*1 furtheri'nicenotir-t.   Ihut ~_U'tio;l;  tiiwh-r
j r^r'fMion   :(7,  must   ber (-otiitiilrn-V'd 'before* tin;
! E^kuAiiecof sueh ('ertilicue -if TntprovemeiUH.
H. W. 15. J-*a^et, Prop.
I'roinj.. '!�����
niiy jrur{ <:��* it.e i;Uy ������.
Any Kind of Transferring
Wine^ and
. - ..'���������.
'i'hi*-px.-*ni'-sion wil! hr> taken arlviiTif.-ipo oi hy ij.f jiiBJofii.y of the
(���iti'/.iius of I'liivelstoke. anil tin* surronniliii!;" I'liiintry, many, of whom
have never liail a. chmii'i: 11> visit l-hu iMctrnpnli-s nf thu North Paeilie.
' AnijiU! I inn; will lie yivun to visit outside ])iiinis. Tluwu not v.'ixhiiiK lo
f leavi; lievi'lsl.oki* on this IOI.li nitiy (jo on the 11 th and then ni-rivo at
| Vanoouver in time to view the (Iranil Piimdu���S.OOO Oiangeiiien
j      expected in lino. "
I All li. Ij. Indies -.".���e.-ii. ol' lievelstoke will he in ������itlondance as  well  a.s
I-oil-fi-s .Yum   I hu   ,'.lules of  Oregon   and    \Vashin<j;toii   and   possibly
(J.iiiluv.iia.    'Ihi! .*>..ki! ol' (Jnnnaiitfiit's Own   iMilitary Biincl  is  eiiKagiid
\      I'm* llie ill*./ as well as others from onl.siili; points.
j -V   Iii"*.'- elii".s pr-i^ranime ol' sports  iniiltuliiiK  Tjicrosse,    Base Hall,
S     ete.. is heiii*_;.'i*.T:i!ij��..*il nt Braektnn I'oinl, Stanley Park.   '-
j The '.'li-ii. M. Clarke Wallace, Sovereign Grand Jlaster, E. O. Clark,
J     M. P.. ami Win. .lohii.stoii ol' Bally  JCilhuy.   lrelnnd.   ai'ii   among   the
i     prominent, speakers of the day.
C'.-inii! nl". and enjoy yourselves.     For .fiirthei' inl'orniatioii see large
leave, their names at the IIhiiai.o offiee or with the seerctary of the I,.
O. Ij. so that, an estimate of the ininihiir who will avail themselves of
lhis opportunity to visit the coast can hi; arrived at.
Tii8S. STEAD, W. M.
VV. C. BIRNEY, Sec. L. G. L. No. 16S8.
T. *���
have more   n.c.. lo   each   s,*< linn and | .f^y '^'j,.,,'W.1S| ���iv<.n"in i,ivi-,i���n ||
.*.      - T    Iiiii'... t!iKit\v*'>nt;<..tli .'.uy (if.litne. 'i'.>Jl.
I'r. Cross' niedal IY>i"" }j*'"'*ral.. priifie-*)     V  : :���: i.-.'c;V.:3KEN";
All :ori!.;r*. l.ift-i
,att.;*tiliori. ;
t R. jf:'Smy'the's Tn!.**?c-
less   mileage than   the   C. P. ll.   men. [ tj,5_
wa.-   eariicd   oif   liy    Xell
For instance four men anil it foreman
guard four miles of double track on
the G. T. K., while there are three,
inen guard seven miles of single track
of C. P. R. This means a much
heavier traffic over the C. P. JR. track
than on the other, and consequently
harder work with less men, and u
longer section by'three miles.' Then
again the G.'T. Ti. is an old road with
a hard, well-ballasted bottom, while
the C." P. R. is compirativoly new,
soft and more likely to go out of order.
Again on the G. T. R. if the men work
any overtime, at all, even one hour.
they get paid for it.' The C.P.R. do
not pretend to p.ay foi- any overtime
less than one quarter day, and one of
Following arc tlie numes. of thone
reccivinK promotion, bv   divisions :
I'. J..S.
Th2 Double Eagle Mining: and Develop
mcr.t Co..  Limited L'.abi'ity.
Jas. I. "Woocirowl
NOTK'I'" is hei .-l.y a-iviMi that the
niinn.il -fneiiil meeting nf **li.iie
holili*!-. of this fi.mp.iiiy.   will   be   l|i*ld
���it. llie  eoiiipany's   (.flicf;   at    Vrx tri.MHi. | Retail De.ilei
���    ,r.   .     ,.   ,       ,      .,   ,,.     T( . H.C.. on Thursday, .July lllli, 10;.l.   *,t.
To High   fcdiool���il.-illK:   I'.rown. ]���_-,. ���,.    The   Unn-fi-i*   Looks   of   the
Bessie     Lnws-on,   J-lora   W'liitniori;, | ioniii,iny *.\ ill he i lo*,,*d from -July I  to
Rates:   $1.00 per day.
Good accommodation.    A good Bar. well supplied with
Choice Wines,   Liquors and,Cigars.
Free Bus Meets All Trains.
rown & Guerin": -Props.i|
fr ���'�����..
**************************************************** '���
Kflna Neiltl, Ernest Ilans-oii. Frank
C'iie'rin, Marion Ai.lair.
(Coatinncil on ������Vtixi.ii'A.y
Seif   Home   Treatment   for   Ladies.
I will ***en.l fr*;c with lull instructions ^orm*
of this siiiiplu iinipiiratiiin Ior tl.u ��ure rt
I.cii.*orrho-ii, Clceration. DiniilncoiiiiMitiiiul nil
r*;mKle tronhies to nil lii-lics sejiiiintr uildr*.ss
to MUS. .1.0. I_f_I", HrHiich Miiimciir. Hour
Kast ItailiTHv Sinnul, Itevi.'l*itokc .Station.
-May 1I-2IH
A. Jl. Iioi.inr.r, Sceietriry.
1 he Great Western Mines. Limited
XOTK'TC is heii-by givon thai, the
iitiiiiial general meeting of share*
linldeis in this cniiipMiiy will lie held ,*il
I In* ���*iimpany's oljii e at Ferguson, I. C.
,-,ii Wednesday. .Inly lOlh. 1IU1. at 2 |.
in. The tninsfer books ,of lhe ciiin-
pmv will be. closed from .Inly I to.
10, 1'UOl.
"A. II. Uoi.oifjii, .Secretary.
Beef, Pork,
Mutton', Etc.
Fish and Game in Season.
Corner Ponirln*.
Klin.* Stri'.-t
Allorilcrs promptly .liled.
��� ���(Jet a camera or kodak and enjoy
yonrsi'lt. I'm*. Camilla Drug & Book Co
keep them-il all prices.
A V'AI.MI'.I.K KKKn-KXr.!'. ~
l'i*o|i"i't.v near tin* Court house. Cost
over .-lia/ofX), f.,r sale, at .*51(K)0. For
terms ami particulars applv lo A.
.1 OHNSON. I teruld (mire.
ON* RBCONI) STRKRT���a liarBiiin
anil on easv terms of pavinent. Applv
to J. V>. SIBUALU. Real  Estate Agt.
m ��������� fl.  Ity  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Is'  -Takes a ('place in the first rank of Journals in this  ��������� Province. Its mining, telegraphic and local news  is gathered' from reliable sources and presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  ���������paper of such an important Railway Centre, its  drawn to Railway  i,ken up  'ailway  attention has   always   been  I  news in which railway employes all over Britisii  Columbia and Alberta will find the news of the  Great Railway System to which they belong', and  of personal and the happening's affecting them-  mEE HERALD  selves and their fellow employes.  has long enjoyed the largest circulation of any  I paper published in the district, which is now  ������ rapidly Increasing among the Railway Men East,  i West and South. It is hardly necessary to point  out to any shrewd businessman the advantages  which it thus oilers as an advertising medium  throughout the entire iieldwhicli.it covers.  LEGAL  J*  M. SUUTI'    ll. A.,  I.I..I1,  l'.urrMcr,       Solii'llnr,    .Volary    1'iilillc,   1'lc.  .Mi*l*...ni'iu Avenue, i.uulnt������i!.i.**->!iil!oii.  Moin.*\ lo luitii,  T^JAl'.ViiY, M'l..\I.Tl.-. .1: l'INKII..M  llarrl tcrv, .-.iillciti'ir**, Kir.  Solicitor- for Impurliil J'.unl: (>l lliininlii.  L'..iiipiiiiv mini- in lonu nt.*. per t-onl  Kni-r s.iihi.i, liuvul-luki.. .-lainni, II. (!.  MiDICAL.  T   W. Cl'OSS,  OUlee:     M.iikonzio .-.-.t-mic,  llovolsloke, I5.C  tiUIUiAON TO TIIK ������. I'. i*.  Henlth Ollicer, Citv ot lleix-lhloke.  CHUHCHES  MKriiuni.-r (.unii'ii, iiiivm-MOK*..  I'ipncliliiK .-ervice*. i*.ni n. in. nnd 7*.;i) p. ir.  Cln-*> mufiiiiK ������i t\xc cln-e "I Hi*' iiioriinii,'  -crvlcu. s-ulibiilli hcliooliiiiil llllilcdlii**- al ���������>'������������������*>  Uci-lilv I'nnei Mi'i'iiii*; every *.". cilm-iiiiy  i-mniiii; at ':'������������������������ '''In-* im.>H>' ������''" i'(ii'.ilii">'  im Ituil.   bcuIs, irue.  Kev. C. l..vPNi:ii, I'n-toi.  .-;*. l'lIILUI* llll'lli'll. AMII.IC.IN.  KI.-lu a.iii., llolv l-iicli irlii; 11 a.in*, iniillni.  .I'.iinv ami-erni..n lll'ily I'.iii'linrl-i  111"4!  Mm-  ���������inv iii me iniiiiiur. ���������-':���������'���������' Mimiiiy M'lii'iii, oi;  i*lillilri*ii,-"i,rvlci*i t:'-:n Hvi'ii-oiiK (clinriil) anil  -cnn.hi*   llolv  llio- -'I'll.'  Holy   I'lirliiirl*.'  1-  celel.riitcil al 'I n.in. "i" l> ii in ��������� ������** nnniniiici.il.  lloli' liiipiisin unci' *sinnlii\ scliool nt.lilfi.  c ,i. ruin I'Miiu, llccior.  |.|ii:*niv*ri:iii.\N i nnieii,  Service everv Kundiiv nt II ii.m. ami T*.'!ii p.m .  to which nil are welcome.      I'liiyer iiii-ulhitt "I  S p. in. evei y Wclnc-da. . ,,  no'i.is I'AriK't.ii* ciinicii.  Shi���������   nl  Uhilii a. in ,   on   lii-l.   .���������im'uihI   anil  foil nil Siiinliiv- in llie iiimilli.  IlKV.   PATH BII   Til VVBII.  Mc*  l-'lreel  '      l-ALVA-llo:."   A UM V.  Iiig every ni;;lil In lh"h* Hull ������n  Front  '!  I  W  u.bscripiion'$2.p Per Annum  $1.25 FOR SIX MONTHS, IH ADVANCE  1  I It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with business houses ancl  as a consequence does more business witli those  requiring Printed Stationery and-office supplies  than any other Printing Establishment in Eastern British Columbia. The class, of work turned  out .has been pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed in the large cities, by much larger  Printeries.  ��������� u  #  1  *>*������'i  W \  r.y.'t!'-.    ���������  -*���������������"' vx I  Itcrl  P.o=u  I1e;:ree meets .ceond  anil fonrtli  Tiie-.lin*. of (.Midi month: While lio-c  l.pirri'r  meet- Hiiril Tne-ilnv of eneli i|iiiirter, in Oddfellow!- Hull.   YUillnsf brethren welcome!  Wll. WA i'.-'OX.       "���������       IIY. J.IJWAItDS,  " l'l'i'-ililcut. Secretary.  ^'w5j\    Go,,i Range Lodge K. of P.,  "*'t?*m     No. 26, Revelstoke, E. C.  Cerlilicale of Imlprovemens  NOTK'IC  "Doi'ii," "riielnni" nnd "Clnta"  iniiifr.'il fl'iim**. sil nnlf in '���������>*' l.iii'ilenn  Mining Division ol' Wesi. IC.iiiluu.iy  l)i*.lriel..  Wheie Infill eil: Along Pool Creel.,  iilionl. .'. mile iihnve lniilgi'.  TAKl*. N0TI01'" Lhnl I, E.G. (ireeii,  nl' Ni-lsiin, net in-j. ns agent for U.K.  (liove, Free Miner's Cerl Hieiili* No. 15.  .'illOT**. inlend. sixty dnys l'toin the ilnl.e  hereof tn ii|>|>ly to the Mining lid'ord*  er foi'ferl.i Hi ales i.f ini].i*iiveineiits, I'or  tho purpose of oht,lining Crown  grants ot the above el.iims.  And 1'nrt.liPi* take notice that, notion,  underseetion 37. must he eoiniiicnced  liefore the issuance, of snub eertilicaLes  nf improvement**..  Dated this l-,t dnv of .Time 1(101.  !���������'. C.  UltUBN.  Certificate of Improvements  NOT I UIO.  ������������������Oluilln" "TiiMini"iind I-. V. (Fi'iir-  liomil i\l inei'.'il ('Iniins siliinle, in lhe  l.iinleiiu Alining Division of West  Koolenny Dislricl,  Wheie" loeiileil : On l/'Xiuglnn  iMoiiiilniii Snnlli West, of |0vn mine.  T.'ike nolii-e llinl, I. 1<\ ('. (ireen. of  Nelson, nrling ns ngenl. I'nr Andnuv K.  I!ii.-enliei'*.'er. I'\ M. (.J. II. ."illiSI nnd  the In.perinl llevelopiiienl Synilicnti'.  Iiiiiiileil. Erer Miner's ('erlilh nn* No.  II. "J2i)lli, inii'inl, sixly dnys rrom the  ilnle hereoi, to upply to" I hi' idininjj;  Heeoulei' lur ri.ri illenles of inipioce-  menis. lor llu* pinpose of olilniniiiK  Oi own Hi'n nis of I lie itliovi* elniins.  And furl her Inke mil ice Ihnl, iielion,  imiler seelion !!", iniist, lie I'omiiii'iired  hefiil'L* the i-sii.-iiiee of siieh eurti lien Ies  of iinpi nveineiils.  D.iled this Urol, d.iy of'.lime 11)01.  F. C. UHKl'.N.  Giossie OF  S6H08L Tl  Oinlinneil fiom jinne *J.  'IVi Kit'lli Cla*"*-���������Pearl Piobinson,  Hilton Konriis. Hilda Jlobl**-, Lulu  Patrick, -Mtiry JSclwunls, Krcil Ur-  quhai-t, Wiilloy Clai'lc, (.iruco Somes.  Clifford Corson, Joseph Morgan.  Joseph llowson.  To Senior Fourth���������Norma  Mc  Strikes on the Nettie L. and  Maybe. ��������� Work Commenced  on the Triune. ��������� Government  Work and the Wage Question.���������The    New    Town   of  Nab, Eleanor  Paget, George  Petti        Duchesnay  piece,  Alfred  Field,  Walter Buck  Seymour  Hillier,   Neil   Lee,   Deli. J.   Trout Lake.   June 28.-Sir.ceMay  Morgan.  I-IS'ISIO.**" n.  To Division T.���������Nellie Daniels.  Winnie McCrury, Earl Pettipiece.  Annie. Hanson, Percy Dunne. Homer llolton, Adele l.uvei|iie, Kobert  Cn ley.  Tii Junior Fourth���������Arthur P.en-  net, Ciei'lrude Lawson. Grace Gordon, Harold JUirridfie, I'.inniii  Levequc. John Fraser, Uay Fra-.er.  .Insie   Ainslie.   Hazel   Buck. Benin  Certificate of Improvements  NUT I tlii.  Jli'i'l.i everv Wednesdny in  O'lill'.'llowi,' il.ill nt So'flock  Vi.-ilinir Knights invited.  Ii. G. nuiililDiil'.. ('.('*':     :    :    :    :    ���������  :    : J*'. \V. Mackixisot, IC. Ol*' It. Si S.  LOYAL. ORANGE LODGE .No. 1658.  ._   ^     Keitnliir nivotlni:*. 111 u lipid  in  I lie  R/lJ       OilillellimMlnll on  llie Tliinl   I-*rl-  ilnvof eneli iniiiilli. nt b-ii.in -Imrp.  ripr'H    VihitiiiK iireiliren enjl'liidlyiiiviteil  W\.i  TllOri. s'ri5i..n, W.M.  \Y. C. lllll.N'KY. Jtee.-See.  A. H. HOLDICH ���������  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  J     AND ASSAYER.      ,       -  Ituvnl School ot Mine*., London.    Sovc-i .-eurf*  111 'Morfn   Work",   Swuiisua.     17   yenrj   Cliiei  Olieini-t   to Wiiriui Conl  nnd  Iron Co.,   Kng.  I.iue r.liomist unci Assuver,Hull Minos, Ltd.'  Claiii'.a uxiimined and rejiorled lijioir  ���������  Revclstoki, B.C.  .".Inker" JMiniM-nl Claini, siLn.ile in  lhe Iiird.jnn M iiiint; Divibion of We_,L  jCooteiiny I >i**lriel..  Wheie loenied : On ]joxiiif-;l.oii  Moinitnin :uljoining livn {.roup on  Wesi.  T.-iki- notiee Hint T, F. C. Gi*een, of  Nel-011, ncl.in-i ns atrenl I'm* the ltii|.i:r-  inl Devt'lonmeiit Kvndienli; Limited,  Fi (.���������-.>-Mini'i-'s Uei'lilh-iilo No. II, H20I0,  inlend. hixiy diiyn fiom Hie date hereof, to upply to the Mining Hue-order  fo!��������� it eei'tiliiate of improvements, for  the pnrposi! of olil.iininj; a Ciown  ffi'.'inl of I lie nhiivu el.iini.  And fni'l her Inke nolici; that action,  under seetion IIT. nwl he ennmiented  he fore the issuance of such ccrlifioile  of improvement*-,.  J'.iled lhis lim day of .limp. 11)01.  "    . F. 0. GiiiSHS.  I  Is eqiiippe-d with, tlie latest faces in type desig'ns  aiad a'lwork   entrusted 'to  THEt HERALD is  ��������� handled by ez^perienced workmen who thoroughly  _L^jmdjBr.RfcaE'd tlie.Tc-ro^er use,of the niaterial at their  disposed. ' TEi?J Hiii-B ALD "does,not claim to be the  liDWAHD A. IIAGGIiN,  AIl.VINCr Enoixkeh,  iluiiilierAiiicrii'iiii In**tini(e Mininc KngineirF  >Icml*i_r (Jaimdlnn Mining Institute.  HICVELSTOI'E. 15.0.  f.\i.inl!niti*m ofnud reiiorf*. ..11 MUfml  juui'.  ���������.������������������lie.*, 11 speeiulty.  Certificate of Improvements  Noxrc"'..  '���������linpeiinl" and "B.ilfom". mineral  eln'mi!-. situate in the Lmdeiin niining  division of West Koolenny district.  Where*   loculed: On    Lexington  mountain, soulh of Ihe J'.vn mine.  Taku notice th.nt 1, F. C. (rri'di of  Nelson, iiclinii ns nuent. for .1. J. Folev.  F. M. C. 11. -rami. Corv Jlenheir.-U, F.  i\\. C. \l:'3'2.l)'l\ and John Jirennnnd.  Free Miners Certificate No. 11. 32037,  intend (10 days from the dale hereof, to  apply to the Mining Uecorder for  Ce'rlififiite of Improvement1*;, lot* the  purpose of obtaining Grown Gianlb of  the ahove claims.     ���������       ,     '     "  And further  take notice thatnulioii.  1'ii'ki.y. tleoi'ti'O Soimo.**. Annii; I'm I  iui;i', .lolin Hniai't. Flova Mefji'iiry.  To Senior Third���������Kleai'.or Hell.  Nellie Bain. Jlajj-iiu (.*aldi'r, Kdilh  ('ooko, Jliii'old (itiorin, Kathleen  Ki'iiMT, Majxjiio Daniel?. (Soorfje  Lauslu'iid, Cliai'les (lonltin. .Mattie  tlaldur. tiordini Keanis ami Dalton  Allen.'  DIVISION III.  To Third Class���������Allie I'.ain. Geo.  Hay, Tom \\*ill:in.**on. Teddio Clnei'-  in, Violet Robinson. Agnes 11 hick-  1 berg, Kred Hobinson. Kobert ^Ic-  Rury, Alma l.urgutt, Olive .Bell.  Jou Nenlon, Hilda Turnross, J'.phie  Smilli, Kldage MorKtin, Clifford  Risleen, Willie Keninghiin. .Morris  Anderson, Rose Match, Leonard  l-lowFcm.  To Senior Second���������Annie Corson,  .lucky Sibbald, Fred Younff, Bertie  I.fiv-TCi.ce, "Willie Booth. Gertrude  Dent, Howard .Coleman, 'May  Boiday.  To Second   Class���������Nellie   Robinson,   Clifford   Urqnhart.   Lucy McCarthy,   Arthur   Caley,     Johnnie  Ca*ld\voll, Alex McCalliun.  division iv.  To Junior Second���������Kmma Allen,  Ethel Blackberg, il-dna Bruec. Mamie Dunne. AVillie Clallicano,  Mablc Hay, Maggie Neal-  on. Gannis? Patrick.  ��������� To First .Reader���������Albert Anderson, Kathleen Anderson, Oliver  Ainslie. Zelin Brawlt, Doris Ben-  net, Ralph Bell, Bruce Calder, Aubrey Doyle, Itheta .Johnson, Daisy  -Matthews, Gertie Matthews, Albert  Matthew.*., Emma .-Morgan, John  MoRury, " Ernest McMahon, Eva  Thomp'son^Geoi'-ze Woolsev. Laura  Hobbs, Sandy McRae. Cecil  Burk.  To Senior IJ. Primer���������Albert  Abrahamson, Frank Bourkc, Eva  Doyle. Jennie Kernaghan,, Ada  Robinson,. Stella Sweeny, Kenny  Wilkinson.  division v.  To First  Rcadci���������Duncan   Kennedy,      Frank     Tupping,    Esther  Floyd,   William  * Pi card,     Mamie  Fleming, Eric  Coursier, Merle Cal-  u'tul'-ii's-ei'tinrrS". must hu eommeiiced    ������������������ ^ _  liril'iiiv- the iisii.ince of such   cert Hie. 1! 1;; --'-1'  ol iiiiiiioveiiient.-. .!     To Senior 11. I'nmer���������Olive Kol--..      .  , .    ,  J.int.ed H.is .Sihihtyoi'.I.,ne.   110!** imon.    Garnet     -McMahon,     J^icy!CiU1   >T  soaie mc-uiod  organms  .������ a  isl I nm pleased to stale a little pro-  rvess ib heinf? tunde in and ubout  front I..ike. The Nettie Ij. mine iF  reported haviiig nmdo another rich  -.Iriku of ore lo the south-cunt of  previous working.**, and wfcll into the  Ajax ground. With each foot of  development work lhu leservt* of ore  ��������������� im. ceased vn������lly. This is must  "ticoiii-iighiK. It i.s nlbo repotted 11  <i������id hody of ore was piil'OuiiIl'I'uiI in  ilie MnyliL* or Donhln IvirIl* property.  This likewise is encniir.ijjinH and  -lioiild k'ivu el.-'.iiii-owner-i on tliu  the norlli-we*-t a.-, well as on lhu miiiiIi-  Jusl. hope of s'alucj in theii-property.  The Silver ("up keeps on steadily  working in rich oru and it is niitiei-  puted with the railroad nt tlie foot of  Triua Lnku lhis full thu output of oie  will he large.  The owners of lhe Triune mineral  claim have again commenced operations on this well known and rich  property. They have .started out in a  wny tlnii rather puts to shame private  '.'orporntioiis, their wage heing $1 per  day. This wage will put energy into  the men and will no douht pay for  itself in the extra work done. To get  to the piesent workings, is not the  easiest in lhe district hut still they get  llieie and the extra wage will compensate for any inconvenience. We wish  every success lo the undertaking.  Report is current, the "Nettie I.."  has ehnnged hands. Consideration  half million dollais.  Roads and trails have more particularly heen on top with woikinen ahout  town and the wage question, which  was a burning one seems to hnve died  a nalural death. It was rumored the  old road foremen would not consent to  take out gangs at theJ offered wages.  Anyway "they went out," the men  agreeing" to take S->.jO and $"2 50  respectively.  .Since writing the' ahove the men  engaged in putting the waggon mad  through to the Nettie L. mine struck  for an extra fifty cents a day. This it"  seems is an impossible'request, as the  government only pays $2.50 per day in  all other parts ofthe Kootenays and it  does seem somewhat impractical to  ask more in one part or district than  men are willing to work for find  receive ia other-*:, and unless the men  H.  Eu WARDS.  TAXIDERMIST.  DEEll Hi:.\l'S, lillinS, Klc. MOUNTED,  .  Tin**. Clen.i!<;(l and Pepaiieil.  I.OVEUIXi.'S 01.15 STAND     :     Eci-onil Street  m;*m  _-*������������������������-*  only printing- house in tne  "claim.to. b3  Listrict'  but it does  \n.  S3 ������s  *ii f_i i*v*ta  '<& R-i?        m  W  i3 ^^l^^  iti  ln?pect'on  of      Metalliferous  Mines -   ���������    "  F. 0. UREEiN.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  ��������� "Blue .Tay" -Mineral Claim, situate in  the Lardeiiu mining division of West  Kootenav district.  Where  located: On   Lexington  -Mountain one-third of ..mile south of,  the Eva mine.  Take notice"that I. F. C. Green of  Nelson, acting as ngenl i'or D.-m Mcintosh. Free iMiner'*' Cerlilicale No. 11.  :.201G, intend (10 days froni the date  hereof, to apply to the Alining  Recotder for a Certificate of Improvements*, for the purpose, of olitnining a  Crown giant of I.he. ahove claim.  Aiid fiirtherlaki*"ndi.ireTh.it aclionV  under (.ection 37, inuM, he toniiiicuceti  hefnre the it-sn.nice of such cei tilicate  of iiiiproveineots. J  DiiUd this Jst day or June, 1C01.  F. C.  GltKE.V.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE."  it.  And in a position to give as good value for tne  money expended, either for advertising space ih  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British'Columbia. Write for Samples of Printing1. Ali work  turned but promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention given to orders  by; mail.  - ISSH'CTOHgi' THS"!RIOTS.  TII'" In������pcniors of .Metnlllf'.'roiii* ir.ine= arc  herein- n-iipnoil tliu fiilloinni! ns llieir ri*sper-  11 vi* Iiisin-i-iiiiii Dislricl*. with lioinlqiinrturs hv  nolcd. tu.'li n^l-rninutit 10 like |.luce from  June l.'ith.lUUl. iniiil furthur nolicc. ������������������  AKOIIll'.AI.D IMl'K, InnpPi'tnr.  IlciKlOiiiirtors.    Crmiliroiik.    nllico   of  liopiitv -Miniiii; 1ti*iorder.  Inspection  IHstrict slmll    coinprKe   nil   or  Eiu-t Kunivuiiv iiml   nl***.  dont  liiver iiiiniii*.'  tilvl-.inii nl tt'i������i Kniitciiiiy.  In  lulililloii  to  the   ilnlics  of   Inspector nf  Moiiilliferou** mine-, Mr. Dick ������ill nl-o nfl 11-  In-pci.tor    of   Conl  Mines  williin the i-iiiiie  Di-trli'I.  JAMhs* MiOHlCOOIt, Iii'-ppotor.  llviulqunrivrs,     Ollice      of       Minini*  Ilci-iinler, Nul-or.  ln*-pci'tiiin   liiitrlcl   slinll   comprise  nil   of  We-t   Kootenftv    except   iloiu   I'lvi'j  Minliu:  llfv.-1-.l-.n nml kNo Ihe tirillnl 1'nrk-  mill   ICclll  Itiver Minhiif I'll Isioiis ,.f Ynli* Ili-trlct.  ���������|i:i).*.:.lS MOU'IAN, In-pi'itor.  lleiKl'iimrlcrs, OovL'iiiiiient IluihliiiKS,  Niiiiimno.  Ii-.-periii.il District. Viinconvcr, Islunil niu!  Coii-i lii-trict.  Mr. Moriiaii isul������o Inspector ol Con! Mines  for ilii- Di-tricl.  Police 1^ hcrcliv iiiven of such Iiispc-'lion  Di-trict- .uni iini*. 111 ncconliiiice v.ith llie  ���������'in-lioi'lion of Metnlliferon*.-Mine.-, Act. IS'.iT,"  nml Aiiii'iHlin^ Acts, notice of ncciilents to  einploves !,ni.pi*niiiK ttilliin nny of such Districts niu*.., be promptly reported both to the  _n-p*-cior of .-.ich District nml nl-o to the  Mini-ler of Mines. Vicioric.  In uiiiu*** not iucltided in the above Districts  1n1.1111.-ers ������ill repoit. in duplicate, lo the  Miniitor of Mines direct, who,  if lie considers  i^'iycSJiSr.?"1 B",,e" " 1,,k"������c,or to! CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  Uiiink forms upon wliich to make reports of  si-eli accidents mav bo obtained from the  Inspccor of  the   District, from   the   Mining  "Tliclinii'" (friirlion.il) nnd "Ciinnn"  (fi'iirlioii'il) niiniTiil ilniins, sit null* in  llu1 l.ni'ilenii iiiiniii^ tlivision uf Wost  Krinlcii.iy clibli'iL'l.  'Wlii'i'i' lui-.-ili'il: I On Pniil fi'i'i'k  adjuiniuf; Lim Tlii-lmii nml Dnr.i inin-  oi'iil i-lninis.  Tiiki1 notice tint. 1. V. C. Giecn of  Ni'lsnn. .icl \\t\r ns ii2i*iil; I'm* I lie Imperii.I lli.voloTitiu.nl, Syiiclirnlo, I.iinili'il.  Fi'i'i* Aliiifi-'s CJi-i'Liiit-nlf No. J3. :'20I0.  inti-nd (50 il.iyt, froin tin' dale iieicnf. lo  n|i|ilv lo llu* -Minimr; lii-imdur loi*  cell ilicnti* ol ilu|ii'iivi.|iii.nls, foi* lhe  |iiii*|>iiui* of cililniniiiK Clown graiils*. ol  the aliove claiins.  And fin-Ill.:!' lnku not ice that action,  under seel inn '.i'i. musi. lie ('iiiniiii*iii*ed  helnic l.lie Usn.ini't! of Midi lerLiliciles  of inipi'iiveiiieiil*..  Dated lhis lii.stitay of .lime, 11101.  F. C. Gitioio.v.  incjoii,  j\Latch, Bam   Parsons, Howard Mc-  'Nali,   Lvnn* Sntlicrland.   Bert D611-  liolly.  To Junior ll. Primer���������Harry  Flovd, Robert. Charles McRae, Reginald Woolsey, Walter Ernest Robinson, Charles Williams, Stanley  Kearns, Elsie Cooke. Jlary Manning  Edgar Bruce, Leo .Solloway, Earle  McLean.Daisy Urqnliart.Ida Robinson, Frank Daniels.  To Senior I. Primer���������James  Lawrence. Mary Scott, Aimee Grogan. Alice Bell. Norman McLeod,  Cora Lee, Lilian Lee, Evaline Johnson, Leon Coursier.  V  DIVISION vr.  ������������������ro���������Division���������V.���������Ruth���������Brown,-  Churles Anlt 1'rocunier, Laura  Maude Johnson, Elain Doris Brown,  Maude Simmons, Richard Bolton,  Wallace Irving ' Eraser. Flora  Forbes. ' Alfred .Tapping. Maude  Robinson, Ed-maire JI organ, Charles Fromey. Cyndrcne .JIatch, Mar-  garito Brown, Conolly Trainor.  Margaret Caldwell, Leon Bcnoit,  Francis Erenct. J3dna Corson, Fred  Ooddard, Oscar Hanson. Charles  Wilkinson, Bert Kernaghan.  To Senior Cla-^s���������Rita Muriel  Doyle, Rila JIcAdam, Donald McRae Calder, Jlinnie McMahon.  Thomas" Fleming, Ess-el, Ainslie.  Dalton Sweeney, Lyda Steed, Frank  Home, Marjorie Young.  A. Su-i.r.iVAX, Pi'incipnl.  "Miss A. Smith. 1s.L AsMstnnl.  Miss A. Knrr.vu, '-"ml  .Mips .S. V. lioiii.vsoN-, owl  "  Miph XV. 3. E. Cukkcii, -Ith "  Mips iM. tfit.-tsmi. Ttth "  Printed and Published by  The Revelstoke -Herald Pub.'  LEiVIITED LIABILSTY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  Uecorder. or uiion iipi������Hiiiiticiii t'i lliisollii'c.  KIClIAliliMellltinl*'.  Minister of Mines.  DcnariRicntof Minoi,  0111 i. 1110,1'JUl.  Declaration of Dissolution  of Partnership.  Wc. Clnri*nco Wlllinm I'liilil, of Goliien, n. C,  iiml Walter Bcv.s-", of KcvcI������tokc, II. C, forin-  crlvr-cinbcriof the firm iiirryinj. on l.uslue*-s  ns ilriicci*.ts and liicrcliinits nt Itcrvlstokc, In  tin; Provinrc* of Jlrltiili Columbia, under the  nvle of ���������' Field <t Hew*-," do lieruhj" certify  that the mid iM.rtnur<=h!p was on the 18th day  of June, 1S01 di***-olve'J.  Witne'S our hand*' this IStli day of June, A.  D��������� 1001.  TIIOP. O'BRIES*.  r,  I  lOP.O'BRIl-.N.  1    ,;. W. FIFXn.  .oilier,, B. c ,     >   u'AtTi'i'   it i*-\v  Solicitor 5    "AI'Tt*-  BL������  NOTICK  Rossliind ininciiil cluini. sitnatoil in  the -..iinli'.iii MinitiR Divis-ion of West  Kootenav DUlrict,  Wlici'i* Incut I*.!: On Lexington IMonn-  tuin Soulh ni' llu* Kvn mini-*.  TAKK NOTICE Mint I. K. C. (.'n.en.  of Nelson, nc-thiK -"is as'-Mit. fm* Cot-v  MonlKMiiok F. JI. C. B. .'2 021 anil 3. 3'  l'\ili*y Ftei* Mini-t's Cfitiliinli. No. H.  Sj2,030. inli'tiil, sixty days fiom I In* dati'  lifi-cuf. to upply toUieMiiiinp- Hi_coiili>r  fni* a eei-Ulii-aU* of inipioveincnts. fur  tin. jitiipose of olilainiiif^ a Ciown  grant of the aliove claim. ';  r And fiutlier take notice that action,  under section 37, must he commenced  hefoie the issuance of such cei-tiflcutc  of improvement:**.  D.ited this 8th day of .Tunc 1001.  F. C. Guee.v.  .    Business   Mention.  ��������� Icefnisi.il..���������Apply A. N. Smith,  ���������lee Civiim Sodas everyday at Bews.  ��������� I'p to data shirt waists made at  tin: Madison Parloi'S.  ���������The newest hooks always come in  as sunn as ptinted at'the Canada Drug  & Book Co.  ���������Always read the  Canada Bms Si  Book Co's ad. something new and up  to date all the time.  o  ���������New vaccination shields very  coiufoitalile and only 15c. at the Canada Drug Si Book Co.  ���������"We have a fresh supply of tanglefoot liy paper, poison fly paper, insect  powder and blowers at Canada Drug  Si Book Co.  ���������If you are troubled this warm  weather with corns, ive have a new  plaster that fastens around thc toe  and removes corn, in two days. 25  cents per box. Tiy one they are  excellent.   Canada Drug & Book Co.  whole throughout East aud West  Kootenay I do not sec anv chance of  an incre.-ised wage. But shorter hours  might be given in lieu of the extra '  wage. With the eight-hour day in  the mines and, general ��������� nine-hour day  for mechanics and others, it seems to  me not too much to ask for a nine-hour  day on roads and trails. -  Mr. Taylor, M.P.P., came in from  the Coast on Sunday and he and the  road superintendent was kept busy  with the strikers and clfiiui owners  anxious to get their trunk trails  through, so that horses could lie got to  tlie-claims and'"pitckilig-Tiii.rde~b*isyr~^  Some claim owners have been waiting  two weeks to commence operations,  but it is not started yet. The appropriations are made and they know of  no 1 eiiMin why .the work is not started.  Ts it a l.iekot foremen?  When l'reek meets Turk, then comes  the tug of war. Something like this  i$in {evidence here. Two weeks since  an order was given to hotel proprietors to close" their doors ahd draw  their blinds on Sundays. ���������= This was  done both heie and at, Ferguson, but  at noon the same day a second order  was given, authorizing the hotels to  run wide open as usual, us the paity  ���������jiving the lirst order had not authority to clo'e the hotels. Heretofore I  thought every and all constables had  I he a inhcrity to do their duty, but it L  <-eems not in Trout Lake and district.  (Query) In which way does the law  di(f.*r here from K-iVels-oke, New Denver, Nelson and other respectable  towns? The gold coiiimissiimer will,  no doubt, have the matter put right.  Neither of the steamers are running  here at present.       The gasoline boat,,  Canada, is handling the passenger and  fi eight, traffic'.  The C. P. R. have commenced operations fron: Selkirk (later to be known  a* Duchesnay) and a party of eight are  sin veying from Trout Lake down. The  C. P. R. assistant land commissioner;  has called for tenders to cut and clear  23 to '30 acres of D.ichesnay townsite  in the near future.  Ptospecting is going on very quietly  with very few people in the mountains. '  Very few enquiries just now for  mineral claims, but in the near future  there should be investments made. I  look for it.  A good programme of sports is to be  held here as usual on the Ist of July.  i. .      V ean  m  4-l^*4*++*M'*i**-**l*+*_*+*-*'l-*l-*l-+-i-,l,+*+**  fr *  $  fr  fr  t  Disinfectants!! |  Foul Drains, Closet.������.  Stable or decaying  ' garbage need close  attention. Don't wait,  fur au epidemic t"  break out. but get  some  ? CHLORIDE OF  LIME  t CREOLIN, JEY'S FLUID  ������ Carbolic Acid or Powder.  f       Ynu can get anv nl' these at  J   Canada Drug & Book Co.'s Store  t. ************ ***********  -fkTdyny CtUMiJArt/  t^^y(4t^vW^*^^Aif   C{MiynJi^Ur<.  i<rlu.yfey ������nMl-f 07l������*ty_  'UrttUy' d'l>T<X*flC>TV4/r  BORN.  Oahvky���������On Sunday.   .lune   IJOl'n,   lo  .Mr.   and   Mrs.   Fted .1*.   Carvey   ������  daughter.  .Si'theklaxd��������� On Hiii2nJ insl., l.o Mr.  and     Mrs.     J.      P.     Sutherland   a  daughter.  Law���������On June 20th,  to Mr.   and   Mi'*-".  W. .7. I-aw a son.  DIED.  Stiiachan���������On .lune I "Oth. at Kev. I-  stoke, David Strachan, aged ii."  ye.ii>,  Notes of News.  T  O'DONOGHUE  ��������� Ice Cream Sodas every day nt  Hews'.  li. Tapping bus line new potatoes  ready for the table.  Tliere is to be a special meeting of  the city council thi.s evening at 7.1.0  Canada now ranks third among the  gold producing countries of the  world.  D. Wolsley went up to Games  creek yesterday with a couple of  men.  K. A. Haggen of the Kootenay Mail  returned from San Francisco on Monday.  Krnest Adair leaves tonion'ow to do  some assessment work on Lafonne  creek.  The bandstand has been put in  place on the little gore lot opposite St.  Peter's church.  The annual Sunday school picnic of  -St. Peter's church is to be held on  Saturday.  Mrs. Powell has arrived from Montreal on a visit to her daughter' -Mrs.  F. B. Lewis.  Miss Lauretta Garvin, who has been  at school in Minneapolis for the past  four years came, in on Monday on a  visit to her father.  A. H. Holdich has packed up all I.he  belongings of the Great Western Mining Co.. and left for Ferguson on'  Sunday.  The Hkiiai.d would like to draw the  attention of the authorities to the  prevalence of thistles on the vacant-  lots in town.  | "There will be. a strawberry social at  the Salvation Army barracks on  .Saturday July 6th. Proceeds for llu;  benefit* of the local officers.  ER. M* Smythe, who was. brought iu  on Monday's No. 1. suffering trom tin-  effects of u bad kick in the side received  during the iootball match at Golden, is  a good deal better and was able to get  up this afternoon.  I. T. Brewster started to" go up to  the Roseberry mine on Carnes Creek  on Mondav. A party of men under  D. Wolsley as foreman' will continue  operations on the property during the  season.  R. Tapping proprietor of the opera  house is getting up a petition for  signature by troup managers aud  theatre owners and lessees in the in  terior asking the C. P. R. for a  reduction on the rates to theatrical  companies."     "   ~'       ~   ~~      ~  T. J.  Graham   wishes  through   the  Montreal   Labor   Men Say Ke  Is Not a Wage Earner.  According to   a   Monti eai  despatch  '.ho   Federal   Trades   Council   is after  levural alleged labor   leaders who  are  .it present in the employ of  the  Until-  ���������lion  government.     The   secretary of  a  special   coiiimil.li'i*   appointed to ai-  rauge   for    a    ('.   P.   R-     truckmen's  strike announced at the   meeting  thut  he invited Messrs.   W.   L.  Mackenzie  King.     Deputy     -Minister    of  Labor;  Victor Lubrenil, Oliicial   Government,  AiTiltrator  of   Labor  Disputes; D.   J.  O'Donoghue, Government Fair Wage  officer, and several other  Government  nlTicials, to   intend   the   meeting  and  explain  why  the   Lalior   Department  had   not  made   a   move to settle the  difficulty.      Some   of     the   members  strongly     objected    lo     Mr.    D.    J.  O'Donoghue;    they   claimed    that   he  knew more about   writing   Municipal  arid Legislative Committee reports for  the Toronto Trades   and   Labor Council than he did about fair wages; that  he had been around the different Governments for the best part of  his  life,  and, in fact, he was not a wage earner  at all, and   had   not   been   for  years.  One of the members declared that   the,  Alien Litboui law was fake legislation  and   was   absolutely   useless and was  only a burden to the taxpayers.    Some  of the  members   held   that Mr. King,  was a decent young man,   but   lacked  experience in labour   work,   and,   besides,   the   Government    would     not.  allow him to do   anything Ihut  would  olt'end capitalists.  Blue Jay.  Capt. D. Paul Hughes arrived from  Pittsburgh on Monday's No I and he  and 15. A. Bradley left for ' the.  Duquesne Co's placer prnpertv on  .Smith Creek on Wednesday morning"  There are now 10 men at work nu the  Blue Jay and the force, will be considerably increased in a few days.  *'\  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in the Compounding of  Prescriptions; nnd our care and skill  ���������the results of experience and  training���������assure that of ac  curacy. And, in addition. ������ur drugs  are always pure and fresh. Bting  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  TAYLOK BLOCK.  McKenzie Ave  S, O. E B. S.  Members of Lodge Royalty 2-1*1 or  the. above order are particularly requested to attend the regular meeting  to be held on Tuesday evening July  Oth, when business of importance will  come up for consideration.  H. Edw.ui.).**, Sec.  The difference between rent paying and the Birkbeck plan  of Rent Purchase.  medi.im of the press to thank the  residents of Revelstoke school district  for tbe confidence shewn in him by  allowing him. to be returned for a  -second term ai school trustee without  opposition.  Honours in the football" lyatches  played at Golden on Monday .were  divided. The senior Golden team  lif.it the Revelstokes by two to one,  while the Rising Stars defeated the  Golden juniors by one to nothing.  Principal Sullivan intends to devote  the early part of his vacation to the  meeting of the National Association  of Education which opens in Detroit  nn the 8th. He will then take in the  Pan-American at Buffalo and tpend  the summer at his old home in  Ontario.  A. McGregor came in yesterday  from a trip to .-nun* milling claims in  which he is interested on Lafiirnie  creek, adjoining ' the Adair group.  He reports six foot of snow on the  mouutain.-*. 3. Little is curving on  tlu- work un the I-afnrnii* creek trail.  TheeiilL'i'.aininent to be given in the  opera house this evening by the ladies  ofthe Roman Catholic church, promises to be an enjoyable affair. Refreshments will he s**rved from four  o'clock. An attractive programme  will lie tendered at 8 n'llmk of vocal  and instrumental -selei lion-*' by popular  amateurs. An intviesling feat lira will  be a contest fur the most popular  Kevelstoke iiacbelor. .  A yarn describing a duel, which was  supposed to take place at Medicine  Hat in the early davs. has been going  the rounds of tin; press anil the.  Hekai.d itself pleads guilty to having  ������������������'given it publication. It was a gi.od  story, the trouble about it being that  it never happened. It was a Chicago  Record fake. One of the characters  in it however Bulldog Kelly really  existed and committed a very coward-  Iv murder on thc trail leading south  through East Kootenay fi-om Golden  m the fall of 1884, for which he w-is  never brought to justice.  Two Miles of Track Washed Out.  An Associated Press despatch dated  Lowelltown, Maine. .Tune 29 says:  Two miles of roadbed and bridges on  the Canadian Pacific railroad, at Bury  province of Quebec, have been washed  away by a cloudburst, houses flooded  and miles of highway destroyed. It i.s  reported that in some places the water  was 30 feet deep. No lives were lost.  ���������Al 1 _trains_oi___th i s____sect.ion_of_____the_  Canadian Pacific are at a standstill  and on the Quebec Central the, conditions are reported nearly as serious.  Business   Mention. =��������� ���������  ���������Ice for sale.���������Apply A. *_*7. Smith,  ���������Ice Cream Sodas everyday at Hews.  ���������Up to dale shirt waists made at  the. Madison Parlors.  ���������The newest books always come in  as soon its printed at the Canada Dr'.ig  & Bouk Co.  ���������Always read the Canada Drug Si  Book Co's ad, something new and up  to date all the time.  ���������New vaccinal ion shields very  comfortable and only 15c. at the Canada Drug-fe Book Co.  ���������We have a fresh supply of tanglefoot tlv paper, .poison fly paper, insect  powder and blowers.it Cunada Drug  Si Book Co.  ��������� If you arc troubled this warm  weather with corns, we have a, new  plaster that fastens around the toe.  and removes corn in two days. 2j  cents per box. Try one they ate  excellent.    Canada Drug Si Hook Co.  The Le Roi and Other Big  Properties Shut Down On  Thursday Night.  The mines under the management  of Bernard MacDonald, employing  over 1,000 men, were closed down at 11  o'clock on Thursday night. They will  he idle until July ."> at least, and it is  impossible to say when they will be  reopened,  The properties thus shut down  include the Lu Rni, the .losie. the No.  I, the Annie, Lhe Nickel Plate, the  Great Western, and the Columbia  ICootenay. Tliey form the Ro.-island-  Great Wi'Mein group, which wa.-  floated ou llu: English market by  Whittaker Wright and Hon. C. H.  Mackintosh.  The announcement' that the properties would close down came as a  surmise to the citizens of Rowland  generally. It was bioken to the  millers in the shape of a notice pohted  at the mines reading: " No men wil  be employed at this mine until after  Jnlv o." Beyond this no warning was  given to the men unless .Manager  MacDonald's statement a few -day*.  ago that the mines would have to  close, down unless the ore could be  handled at Norttiport may be accepted  as a warning. The shift that went to  work at 3 o'clock in the afternoon and  came off at 11 o'clock at night was the  last worked.  ������������������MrriMrttDfinaid-ic*f6-*!n-the-iifEernor,n  fur Nelson before news of the shut-  was known. Assistant -Manager  Thomson staled that the mines wiii  close until alter July oth, hut he would  make no further statement.  RENT PLAN  Pay $10 or SIS per month for the  use of somebody else's house for  10 years. At the end of that  time the landlord owns "the  house and money, the rentpayer  lias a package of receipts.  BIRKBECK PLAN  Pay from $10 to $15 per nr. nth  fur tlie use of a home for te  years.* At the end of that lime  yon own your home and save  monev ever after.  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ""TUT t MPT A T     < Cium-ln I'eniinni-nl ,t W_.iti.rii   - '  .Tin Ail L1AL-.        '"-uin-lii .Murium*.! Or -1111011.  A ������ui-,u o^.i������.i^    j Kquliublc .iivin*,'.*, I.imu uiui liuiullng Assi  n SURAHCE I  C'JA L FOR SALE.  Imperial Fire.      Oni-riliiui Kire.      Jleroiintile Fire.  Ciiiiii.lliin Kire.      Cali'ilonliin Kire.  Ciiiiieilei'iiiiiiu Life.      ..tins Kile.  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  A^������22_Reve!stoke Station.  fr  *  fr  fr  fr  fr  ^^���������?.*>���������^.^#���������4>J(���������^.���������|^B������������������.'^_������������������������_^.M^������*^���������[*������������������^.^^  TRUE FRUIT SYRUPS  Are the flavors used at  BEWS    I-'OCNTAIN,  THF.  [CF CREAM   USED     *  is the very best and  true   to   its   name.  There is ample accommodation  hehlnd tin: .screen, where yim  ran pit over your delicious nml  cooling draught while you chat  Mith your friends anil enjuy  yourself generally.  "   WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist and  Stationer. . .  BROWN BLOCK.   TJEL.tt,  Third Week of S.rike.  Monday saw the strike of the C. P.  R. trackmen enter on the third week j  of its progress and to-day the. men are  still holding out, the other brothet-  hoods are still holding off nnd the  ollicials are still holding on like grim  death to th ���������? proposition before them  of keeping the line open and trains  running. On this division there is not  much change in the situation. As  noticed last Saturday some of a lirge !  body of Italians brought in trom the  States were distributed through the  division, all of whom have joined  the strikers. The track is still in fail  shape and a little time is even m i.b* up  nn Mains in the division. The Inland  Sentinel reports no sign of weakening  among the men there. At Ganmore  the men are still holding together and  the " going wages " fur section hands  are reported to be. $10 a day and hoard.  Twenty men are working at th.arat"  at Cochrane. The C. Si I*", wns tied up  all last week nnd a passenger train  was stuck about .7) miles nortli of Gal  gary and could not get either way on j  account of the condition of the track.  The Macleod Gazette, of Friday, reports only one section gmg at work  wcHt of Macleod and one or two east.  Between Macleod and Calgary two  gangs were believed to be working.  The. gang at West Macleod on the C.  and K. quit work last Thuisilay. Tbe  track west of Macleod was reported in  very bad shape. About 20 men are  scattered along the track at Ashcroft  and ubout the same number near  North Bend.  ' FCR SALE.  Choice residential property on Mackenzie  Avenue. Three Lots naxt to Ur. MeLenn's  residence.   Apply to J. M. Scott.  This excursion will be taken advantage of by the majority of the  citizens of Revelstoke and the surrounding country, many of whom  have never had a chance to vi**it the Metropolis of the North Pacific.  Ample time will \,e given to visit outside points. Thoso not wishing to  leave Kevelstoke on th"- lOl.h may go on the I Ith and then arrive at  Vancouver in time to view tho Grand Parade���������"j,000 Orangemen  exprcted in line.  AU K. C. lodges west of Revelstoke will be in attendance as well a.s  fxidges from the States of, Oregon and Washington and possibly  California. The Duke of Connatight's OwiicjMilitnry Hand is engaged  I'or tho'day as well as others from outside points.  A first class programme* of Hports including lacrosse, Base Hall,  etc., is being arranged ab Brackton Point, Stanley Park.  The Hon. N. Clarke Wallace, .Sovereign Crand Master, E. C. Clark,  M. J'., and Win. Johnston of Rally Kilhey, Ireland, are among the  prominent, speakers of the day.  Crime all and enjoy yourselves. Kor further information see. large  posters.  Parties intending to take advantage of the excursion rate should  leave their names at the HKlt'tD oflice or with the secretary of the L.  O. L. so that,in estimate of the number wbo will avail themselves of  this opportunity to visit the coast can be arrived at.  ThOS. 8TEAD, W. M.  W. C. BIRNEY, See. L. 0. I. No. 1658.  Now is the time for prospective purchasers lo.buy.  R. H. MAYNE, Sole Agent!  REVELSTOKE. !  .'..'-  &  BB


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