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Array 7 * '     s  HtHi     MseseSJ  ft  ._������____ ^S__t_i=������������S^  .'.< /  _������fe csiJa  Vol    V.  No   54.  REVELSTOKE   B.C.     SATURDAY,   JULY  10,  1901  $2 00 a  Year in Advance.  .?  *&--4r-*������*s.*4-*<tt4-**'r*tte^^r#4^r4  Our Tea and Cofl'ee Tiade i.s  steadily growing. Why ?  Because we curry the best  procurable. Thero is nothing equal  to  RAM   LAL'S  FiVE O'CLOCK  BEN HUR  -and-  Java Coffees  always, in ������*tock.  Br  The Present Condition of Affairs  With Regard to the Proposed armed  Hospital.     Everything Ready  to Begin Excent  Decision on  shont unless some of their party  were  lirst injured.  The night wits very stormy :iiiil  most of tho Japs lunl gone in. Half n  iki'.'.en .lap limits v.-cre overhauled by  the union patrol and in all cases the  gear and rilles of the Jap-swore thrown  overboard, and their hunts either sunk  or turned .".drift.      The   .laps weie all  the Site.  The director.*: of the Queen .Victoria  lli..**pital met on .Wednesday. Tin:  silo question wastuken up nnd the site  committee requestetl lo  examine   and  will .be in this week.  '    ���������GHERIUES"  APPLES   .  ~? -.'APRIOTS      ���������:���������   -'*  Also  BERRIE DISHES  WATER PITCHERS  COBLETS      ���������  Lemonaclw ouel-s><  ,  _   ..     Prettier than ever. _    _   \  *���������*..;. /-v-J-i-- c* -:  P  A nice range of Parlor Lamps  Prices surprisingly low.  FRUIT SAUCERS t  BREAD AND pUTTER  PLATES  CRACKER JARS  CHAMBER SETTS  A nice line to choose irom  FRUiT  Pints     Quarts  Half Gallons  t&tw**6*&#**tt'r4&f^  report on a.silo containing an aeri: of  ground ofVered i'ree hy the U. I'. It.  company across the Airowhead track.  As near a.s tlie 11 l*.)i.\ l.n ran a.s-i-rl-iin  the preponderance of opinion among  the present hoard of directors favor,  the bite olTereti hy -Mr. 7"Tar,*i, which is  a nattii'iilly most charming spot.  Where the pntienls would he nbsolule-  ly undisturbed liy noise anil trai'iic  and w'uii'h afVords exceedingly easy  conditions of drainage, a, most iin-  liortant feature in selecting a site for a  hospital. There aro however some of  the directors, who would like to see  the hospital erected either on theC.  J'. R. site mentioned, which has the  advantage, of being offered free or else  on the site oll'ered by tho Smelter Oo.  at tho extreme end of. Orton and MeArthur Avenue'*, on the bench over  looking the Hats below the old snielter.  Their chief reason for the preference  is that these points are closer to the  station and the main centre of popu-  at ion in to*.-, n, "However all are agreed  that it is time something was settled  one way or the othei',*'' an opinion in  whicli the Hekald heartily coincides.  Willi regard to the 'lni.i_t.ps of the  building fund, everything is in good  chape to start building,'as siion as a  site is decided on. ' There is SJlIOOO  subscribed for this purpose in town  and a committee ot two ladies from  eneli of the local churches has been  appointed to deyisc.ways and means  for increasing this amount. As constituted at prosbnt.bhis '.committee is  composed of Mrs. A. N. Smith and  "Mrs. It. llowson representing the  Methodist ..cUva-eh,. Mrs. B.; ."-.luysoi'.  and Mrs. "W. M. "Lawrence i'or St.  Andrews's, Presbyterian church, Mis.  Carruthers and Mrs. Brimdrett for  tiie English church, and Mrs. "Wilkes  and Mrs. McCarty for* thc Human  Catholic church. Tliis is a strong and  representative committee,. . which  should lie the nucleus, out "of which  the llEi'-.vr.n hopes to see an energetic  Ladies Hospital Aid Society evolved  in course of time.  Then there is the grant from the  government to the building fund of  $1000, which is of course "available at  any time and lastly thero i.s a grant of  J*?I."j00 to the same fund from the  Victorian Order of Nurses in' Canada,  a help, which is all the more ap  predated, since prior to Miss Mac-  leod's visit here it., was totally unexpected. This ��������� very handsome  contribution has placed .the building  fund in such a. condition that tliere  is now nothing to prevent a start  being made with the. erection of the  hospital, except the settlement of the  site question_aiid-^the^HEit..T.D-iif eels  that it is only giving expression to "-a  universal sentiment in Kevelstoke in  thanking Lady Minto and tha board  of governors of the "Victorian Order  for this very substantial donation from  "The Lady Minto Hospital Fund."  The directors have ' thus $7500 at  thoir immediate disposal for the  erection of thehpspitarbuilding.  As aheady staled in the 11ep.ai.ii  arrangements have been made for the  niiinageinent of the hospital to he i i  the hands of the Victorian Order ut  Niuses. wlio will, us is their rule, take  tin.* entire lesponsibilUy of providing  the nursing and domestic stall' for the  instil ut ion upon themselves, This  plan relieves the directors from u vei y  onerous part of their duties and hns  been found to answer admirably elsi -  where. At Vei non the great success  of the hospital there is attt ilinteci very  hugely to the excellent management  of the matron and nurses placed theie  hy the order.  The people of Revelstoke may therefore consider that the outlook for a  successful hospital in this town is very  bright. It is a subject, on which wc  all feel deeply iind the soodpi* the  institution is established and in  running order the better pleased we  shall be.  In one cane the Japs fired at the  union men. the shots going over their  head-". The patrol boat awaited reinforcement and then took the Japs into (heir boats. Twenty .laps in all  were marooned in a.secret cove known  only to a few fishermen on a small  island between Vancouver unci JN'n-  naimo. There they will he kept until  the fishing season is over. Other Japs  will be likewise marooned, so long as  the place can bu hidden from the authorities;.  It is I bought t.hit I he occupants of  of two J*ip bouts were drowned during  the gale Inst night.  At -Stevc-lnn the Japs are talking of  joining llie stiike,' and last night  joined with Indian.*' in saving canoes  unil gear which were li.nlly damaged.  . This inoriiing six men wercariested  at l'.biiine for inl.iniidalion. They  were ali I'lireigiicis. They fired shot*,  ���������it Jap.*, and one shot w.is fii ed in an  effort, to escape whicli they made alter  their arrest.  - Chief uf Provincial Police llnsspy ol  Victoiia, swore in nearly a bundled  special constables last night, in case ot  a, light between the' .Taps and the  ptheis, which is threatened. The  police hit also going to search the  Japs' boats .for concealed fire.u in**-,  whiih they are known to carry.  The Lavina 'Group.'  John McKane, who has probably,  done iiiDie., than anyone el.*e ��������� to  encourage tiie investment, of capital in  the mines of Kootenay, .was in Nelson  ye:.teiday on his return 'from the  Lavina group in the Lai do, which is  being developed' by. the li-tvina-Biitle  Consolidated; a company in which Mrf  McKane .is. the heaviest -haieliold.r.  It was from'the'top of Lavina mountain that John .last fall heaid the call  of the Consei vative party for a man to  lead the forlorn hope in the race  against big Bill Galliher "a.idChiis.  Foley, the labor hjader. MtlOitfe  made a good race for it, and supplied  all the ginger of the campaign, but he  did,not win out. Since then lie lms  been pushing development on the  ILriv-iua propet ty and he now stands to  niakeabig winning. The Lavina is  about, eight miles fiom Argenta, and  Mr. McKane figures that he now has  $2o0.000 worth of ore in sight. The  Lavina vein is .from five to six feet  wide, and' up to the present about  1700 feet of _wbrk''h'as been done upon  it. The paystre.ik in the vein is about  a foot wide, and carries'silvar and'.lead  values which aveiage ������100 to the ton,  as well as small gold values. A sample  shipment was made from the property  some time ago, consisting of 10 tons,  which after deducting exceptionally  qeavy transportation charges, as well  us tieatinent charges, netted the company. S53. In addition to this clean  oie the ledge carries large quantities  oE concentrating ore. .which has noi  _been__figured   on   by   thecompiiny so  T.ir. ' (MrTMc,Kane chriteiiiplKtes sliip^  ping about 2000 tons of higlvgrade.oii  this season, wliich will ,make :i tecord  for the Lardo. A small force of mei  are employed on the properly working  three* ,!.hifts.���������Nelson Tribune  a B ii J  Three Cars Loaded With  Bridgemen Crash Into a  Ravincon the Nickel Plate.  Ci.i.vki.axi), Ohio. July II.���������A spccitil  to lhe Plain Dealer from Oonne.inl,  Ohio, saws: Just afier _0 o'clni k today  three tai.s of the east and lucid freight  wonl through the Nickel Plate bridge  at Springfield, P.i. The train left  a few minutes bclore  rhiii'jji*  of   engi "i*  iS  1& G E  ('muieaul only  the   accident   in  William Cii-iffllh  and   cnndnclor  A Moore, both nf Ihili.iio.    Tlio  w,is killed outright.    Tlio bridge  Phil  aller  g.lllK  was at woik on llie in itlge and the 10  men injured..are " mostly workmen.  Tlie horrible n.i.iir oce'ui-retl ju-t after  tl'.e passenger train ?!o..". li.nl pulled  through. The local, alter the passenger train ,h,id passed, pushed three  cars heavily laden out on to the  sti uctuie to uultiail stfono fur ilie nia-  sonsworkingbeneath'on the large stone  foundations. The work of unloading  i,ad hardly begun,f wliph, without  .vai'tiinir, the whole "si rupture bearing  the thiee laden tars filled with Iohru-  s fell with an awful cra.sh into the  v.iiley. ,Sii sudden v/uf LliealT.tir tli.it  only one man. ,n;. in...sun named  George Smith, had a' chance to .jump  in lime to save himself Jroin injiu y.  Kive Halians are included in "the dead.  These men. as the train fell, had all  leaped as far as possible, so that only  Iwo or three wexe buried under I he aw.  ful mass iif'debris a������tlie bottom of the  ��������� a vine. These were'easily pulled out  and" carried' to'.'Ihu top ol the hill and  placed on llie. lawn .awaiting medical  assistance, which"came promptly. As  r-ooii as tin* new.) of the accident  readied Conneanl, the connecting  train and'a hurriedly constructed ambulance train was dispatched to the  siene and the wounded were brought  to'Conrie'aut. The '"'living wen* conveyed to a hospital. ��������� The remains of  the dead were- transferred to- the  morgue for identification.  _^__J-resh Strilre ,Nf,ar Camborne. .. ' - '  '' The Ias'fc two or three day.? ��������� have  witnessed another. Camborne ' stampede. /This time'it is" on Howtor  mountain,* as.thc mountain lying just  south west of the townsite, across Fish  Itiver, is called on which free milling  ore has been found, where no body  had.picviniislytaken the trouble to go  and look for it.  In Sympathy With the Northporfc  Smeltermen and for a Raise of  Wages for Shovellers and Car  Men.  The I'ossland .Miner of Thursday  says :  Al a very laigely attended meeting  of Ine Itiishland Miners' Union lasl  evening, nl, which over .100 inembri**  wei.e pre.seiil.il, wa.s decided by an  almost unanimous vote io call I In* men  out of the Rossland Great. Western  properties. Tiiis includes I lie Le Roi.  Le Itiii No. 2, Rossi,ind. Great Western  and Iviiotenay mines.  The strike commences a I, 7 o'clock  this morning and I.he engineers at Iho  main' shufr, of" the Le ]{oi, the pumpmen at the several mines and the  lireiiien are iiot iniluded in lhe call.  Tne Centre Star and War JOaglo  mines and oilier properties in the camp  iuo still under consideration by the  union and it has not been decided  whether they aie to be included in the'  strike or not.  The members of the union on being  asked for the reason for the strike  leplied that the shovellers anrl car men  have been agitating for a long time for  an increase in their pay from $2 50 to  $15 per day. as lhey claimed it was  impossible for them tn live and lake  care of llieir families in a camp where  the cost of living is as high a.s it is in  Rossland on tho'w.iges the have, been  receiving. Another cause was that  the union is in sympathy with the  smeltermen at Norl hport. They  allege that tbo tiouble with. Ihe smelter coinn-uiy was I hat tho sniellermeji  stood up for their rights and lhe  Miners' Union feel thai they migliL to  stand liy the Northpoit'men in their  troubles, as they leel the smellemion  would act if lhe conditions were le-  veisetl.  In accordance wilh the decision  ,u rived at last night the union men  employed in Llie mines will nut go on  shift this morning. It is understood  that no ultimatum will be piesenled  to the-mine nianiigeis,* as-the; miners  allege their leipiest fur an increase in  muckers' pay was submitted some days  agp and. relused.  Mr. MacDonald was seen last night  after the result cif,the Miners' Union  meeting .was known. In reply to a  qii<*i*y he remarked : "1 do not tare to  make .m\\ statement at the piesent  time.    1 am not aware olticially that a  strike hns been declined and when it  eventuates tliere will be ample time to  discuss the matter."  Ollici.il nti'.ices of the strike wen-  sent out at an caily hum* this morning,  in which tbis slaletnent of the causes  appeared :  "This.strike is in sympathy wilh ll'������  smeltermen's strike at Norl hport,'  Wash., and fiirSil per day for shovellers and car men and lo adjust other  grievances."  l.ATT.lt.  The litm Mask, llnuiestake nnd  .:<pil..ol miiics" at Hussland are working fnll-h'iinled, having agieed to I hi*  leiiuestuf the mineis to pay tlie cur-  reiil scale of wages of all the mining  camps iu Koolenny and Vale. The l_.e  Uni bus not a mini working, excepl  pump and hoist men. Wink at the  War I'.ngle nnd Center Star was sus-  petided yosti'idny.  Thai... July 11.���������The Trail smelter  closed down ils large copper furnace  at noon in consequence ot the Russl.ind  sti iUi-.iml will close down its other  clipper furnaces in the next few days.  The lead furnaces will, however, be  kept in operation so lung as suliiiic-nl  ore can be obtained lo keep the bsis:-  ne-s supplied.  LATEST NEWS  Epworth League Programme.  The lollowing is the programme of  the JEpvvorlh League for the present  quarter. July to September:  .'ulyS.    Consecration.  July ir>. Snares of Satan, Mrs. 1_.  A.  Fi'Pl-/..  Jnly22. Temperance. Mr.   A. Smith.  July _0. Christian Rate, Miss G. Fee.  Aug. 5.    Consecration.  Aug. 12. Lawn Social at Mr. Lindmark's. conducted by Miss   Pettipiece.  Aug. 11. Pan American, Mr. A.  Sullivan.  Aug. 26. Canadian Citizenship, Mr,  A. S.ixtnn.  Sept. 2.    Consecration../  Sept. 0... Debate, Pi ess'v. Pulpit, Mr.  A. Sullivan',uid Mrs. I,.*" 'A. Fretz v.  Mi. C. P. landmark and Miss A.  Smith.       *_   ,* "  Sept. Ifl. Musical evening. Miss Dent  and Miss 13. Sawyer.  Sept. 2... E .tracts from Mark Twain,  Mr.,XV. Bews." ' .     .  ���������Sept." 80. Bachelor Lire. "Mr. J. L.  Johnston.     -  ' '    ** .   . ,*  TWELFTH OF JULY IN VANCOUVER  Visitor ' at   Banffi   Lost  Card of Thanks.  The ladies of the Koman Catholic  chatcli desiie to thank all those who  helped to make their entertainment  and social such "a success, _ especially  the city band whose gratuitous services made such n pleasant feature of  the evening.  Gommencisig Tuesday, July 2nd, for the ta.th of July  V  C.B. HUME  &C0  The Trackmen's Strike.  The trackmen's strike still "drags ils  slow length along," without any apparent material, change iu the situation. The strikers "on tlns'di vision ate  still holding out and shew no signs of  siiriender. The telegraphic ivports  have become such a mass of coutiv.-  dictory with regaid to the simph'sl  mutters of Tact, lliat the public lias  absolutely ceased to take any stock in  them. Railway men heie assert, that  in spite of denials to the contrary  there i.s a deputation fiom Winnipeg  represent ing: the other brotherhood.**  in Montreal. The passenger tiains an*  an ivini; at. -ill bonis. On the Nakusp  & Sandon branch not a man is working and the track is getting in bad  shape- The boats aie delayed at  Naknip for the train and make the  smith train late in getting in. The  most absolutely peaceable and orderly  attitude is maintained by the strikeis  in town.  FIRSTSHOTS FIRED  Our' Entire Stock bf  Summer  Goods  TituUea  tJon't  pu: chases   of  miss  tlie   opportunity   to     complete     yonr  Summer   goods   at    BARGAIN     PRICES.  0  Blouses, 'W'hitewear, Wash Goods,  '"- \Summer      -Dress      Goods,   '  Sailor Hats  Children's   Head-wear  Y-'e dock must be reduced and early purchasers -will get   tlio full benefit,  Japs Fired   on   by  the   Union tho^*  Fishermen's    Patrol     Boats.  , Twenty Japs Marooned on an  Island.  VicTOiUA, July U.���������The first shots  in the fishermen's strike on the Frazer  river wore lii-cd liist'.light, nnd no one  was injured. Twenty-live patrol lioats  all armed, went out to stop   the  Japs  who were fishing.    The union officials j of the train was well within thc safety  issued instruction's to their men not to limit.  Off to 'Vancouver. '  ���������  Quite a crowd gatheied at thestatit n  on Wednesday evening to see the  special train oif, conveying the  Orangemen and other excursionists to  of July celebration in  Vancouver. Lodge L. O. L. No. 1058  tn irehed down froni their lodge room  t.o the station in style, witli their  b inner displayed and headed hy the  hand. The special consisted of a first  class car and sleeper attached to a  freight, which pullpd out about 11  o'clock, with Cond. McCruin in charge.  The No, 2 next morningreported crossing her at Sicamous, so that the speed  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing" are included in the  Also    Bargain    Figures  in   Men's  Furnishings, Hats, Gaps &c.  The Hot Wave and the Crops.���������The  Boers and Transvaal Constabulary  Fighting:.���������Bloody Conflicts in Corea.  ���������Bush Fires Near North Bay. Ontario.  ���������Another Good Mast Gone Wrong.   Machinists Strike at Cincinnati and  Newport News Declared off.  Ya_-.couv._h. July 13.��������� The Orangemen's celebration at Vancouver  yesterday was the largest on record.  The city is crowded with visitors. In  the intermediate lacrosse match the  V. M. C. A's defeated Vancouver by  7 to 0. Vancouver defeated Nanaimo  at baseball IS to 0 and the Burrard  baseball team defeated the Cumberland team,'23 to 3.  Toronto, July 13.���������A private letter  received at Toronto sayst that bush  fires have rendered fifty families homeless in the neighborhood of Liskeard,  in the Temiscaminge llistrict. Assistance is required to avert starvation.  Liskeard village was saved by a fall of  rain.  I^ki-toria, July 13.���������The Boers  attacked a constabulary post at Haut  Kopa on July. 11th. capturing a seven  pound gun. .They were eventually-  driven ofT. The British lost 3 killed  and 7 wounded. ...  .Bam.*, July 12.���������On -Monday evening, the Sth inst., about 3 o'clock, D.  D: Dick, one ofthe guests of the Banff  Springs hotel, left the house for a short  walk. Nothing has been seen of him  since. The whole country has been  searched and parties are still "out looking for him, but up to-the time of  wiiling this telegram no trace of .hitnV v.  has "been" found. A reward Has been  offered for any information that [will  throw a light on his disappearance.    .'. '  ' Mos-mEAT.,' July 11.���������General Manager -McNicolI of the C. Pl B. left for  the west.' this morning on a torn* of  inspection. His trip, he said, had  nothing 'whatever to do with the * ���������  j trackmen's strike.  [    Kansas   City,  July  from various   parts  of  die-ate that the hopes   of  a  big , corn  crop have lieen blighted and the spring  wheat    and  range    grass  has   been  materially damaged.     Oats  will be a  complete failure.  ��������� Yesterday was the  hottest day ever   exi>erienced  in   the  south western part of  Missouri.     In  Kansas    city   the   government   ther- '  moineter  registered' 103,   while   the  mercury'on the streets soared to   108  and-110.���������-Many piaees-iu-WestrTennes-���������  "see.     Arkansas,      North'     Missippi,'  "Louisana, Alabama and Texas report  that all heatrecords have heen broken.'  Selnin.  Ala.   registered   112  degrees.  At some places in   Kansas   there   has  been no rain for three   months.     The  Kansas fanners are harvesting one   of  the   largest   crops   of   wheat  in   the  history of the State.  Hong Kong, July 13.���������A dispatch  from" Seoul, Corea, says that hloodly  conflicts have occuircd on the Inland of  Quelpart between the Roman Catholic missionaries and their pupils and  the populace of the ialand. Fifteen  natives and about 300 pupils aie re*.  ported killed. It is said that tbe  trouble was the fault of the pupils and  arose from their support of the tax  collectors in levying illegal taxes upon  the natives.  13.���������Reports  Nebraska,  in-  Our-Desire to   make  room   for "Fall  Importations'is  your   opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  ) 9**jWrj*>rj9WJH*������PPPPP^ \  Despatches in Brief.'  In the trial race of  the American  boats   yesterday   the   mast    of    the  Independence carried away after the  boats bad crossed the line.  The strike of the machinists at Cincin  ati is declared otf.  ' A fire at the West. India docks, London, yesterdi.y destroyed a number of  huge sheds and their contents.  At yesterday's meeting of the  National Rifle Association at Bisley.  England won the Elcbo challenge  shield.  The supreme lodge of the Knight a  of Pythias will raise the insurance  rate to meet a deficiency of $500,000 in  fie treasury of the Endowment rank.  The strike at the Newport Nevro  shipyards has been declared off.  The 21st victim of the Chicago and  Alton train wreck at Norton, Missouri,  s ecumbed last night.  w Published By  stoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A. S-ml-Weekljr Journal published ln tlis*  luttreits ot the railway men. mining men ami  Uulness mrs of the Went. Days ol Publication  Wt.nestlay and Saturday.  ADVERT ISI.NQ  RATES.  DL^pla/ ada., %l.So per inch; ���������ingl* rolunir.  ti p������r inch when inserted on title pu****  Legal adt., 10 cents jier inch (nonpi-riel) li������."  lor first lns-rtion* 5 rents for each uiidiiliiiifil  IniertioB. Local notice*! 10 cents per lino each  uisue. Birth, Marriage and Heath .Notici*!.  Iree. ���������   ' -       -  SUBSCJtllTlON  RATH.  By mall or carrier, li per annum; _ 1,2."i Mr  Itx monlhfi, strictly ln advance.  OUE JOB DEPARTMENT.  In one of the beit equipped printing offlces in  the West and prepared to execute all kln<ln oi  Miming fn Hrstolasa style at honest: prices.  One price to all. Xo job too large���������none tno  ���������man���������for us. Mail orders promptly attunrteil  to.   Glre us a trial on your next order.  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  We invite correspondence on any subject  of interest to the general public. In all ca.se"  the bona fide name of the writer must accompany manuscript, but not necessarily ior  publication.  Address all communications to the Mituager.  NOTICE TO COKKUrOXDENTI..  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  written on one side of the paper only.  ���������i.���������Correspondence, containing personal  matter must be signed with the proper name  ol the writer.  H. I*.. GROGAN,  IMItor.  Al.hX. LUCAS,  Travelling Agent.  .Saturday. July  13.  1001.  CO EUR D'ALENE  AND KOOTENA Y.  luetiifci. What then is the attraction  which $05 ore ofi'ers to capital in Coeur  d'AlBiic*,, hut which $Si) ore does' uo  possess iu Kootenay ? Or rather what  in the artiticiiil obstacle, for it i.i  certainly no natural one, which is  keeping the richer district of the two  back, white its less fortunately endowed rival _.oes uheud by leaps and  bounds? Why Is it that Ooeiir d'Alene  produces over eleven millions in value  in silver and lend, while Slocan does  not pile up one fifth of that amount ?  _f Coeur d'Alene was in Kootenay,  iiiy some wherein the Lardeau, how  long would it he before that camp produced $11,000,000 in silver and lead  viilne9 and if Kootsuay wus where  Ooenr d'Alene is will any newspiiper  or member in British Columbia venture to assert that its production in  1000 would actually shew a decrease in  the amount of silver produced of  nearly 11-2 million oz. from what ii  was foilr years ago ? If these reflections ure unpalatable, surely sonic  remedy for this condition of aftVir**.  can hi* discovered. It is shameful  enough to have so mishandled the  unique position of British Columbia  as owning tho rlchcbt silvei-lead  district on the continent. Is the  government and legisOuture going to  make the still more shameful con-  fe.sion lliateithei they have not got the  wits lo see that something is wrong or  Kense enough to apply the needful  ivinedy, when they do see it.  The report of the minister of mine*  fm* IflOO is to hand and contains the  usual mast: of information with regard  to the progress ofthe mining industry  during the past year. It is uiifortun  ate lhat owing to unavoidable delays  the report, which was ready in Maivh  has not appeared till to late in the  year. At all events it would have rend  ered the reports of the Provincial  Mineralogist on the Atlin country and  on some of the Lardeau producers of  more interest and value if published us  soon as possible after his visits to those  localities, instead of being embodied in  this report nine months or a yeai  afterwards. The report contains  various tables and a diagram hy which  the progress of the various mining  industries for several years hack can  be traced. The production * of gold  touched its highest notch last year  with a total output of $4,722,105 and  that out of a total production for the  whole   Dominion   of  55.441,752,   The  . silver-lead industry, which is almost  entirly confined to Kooienay does not  show up a. well.- The Fort. Steele  division has made big progress and the  lead return from there continued with  . the advance In prices prevalent for. a  while Jast year gave that mineral  quite a jump but West Kootenay is  still away below its 07-98 record and its)  return of a total value in silver and  lead of $2,709,513 is. hereby recooi  mended for comparison with the  Sll.00d.000 of the Coeur d'Alene camp,  an account of which will be found in  another column in this issue.  The hour of reckoning is at hand  Your God may help you in yonr need.  The man so recently your slave���������  You deemed him, yesterday, a worm���������  Is now ymir foe on level ground.  You never thought the  worm  would  turn',  Ynu heaped  yonr   eoilVrs   high   with  gold  At cost of all thut he held dear,  And were his suul as mean an yours  You'd.have guod cause to quake   with  fear.  Send out your Fickertons to shoot,  To slaughter strikt-rsjis no sin.  .Make ready "bull pen*-" and corrals  To drive the "human cat tlii" iu,  But hold I remember I hut* they stand  On Briti-ah soil, and o'er them waves  The Union Jack mid it U writ  Thut "Britons never will be slaves."  Be-strong, luave hr.irU 1 und you will  win  With thnt I'ree dig ubi ve your  brails.  It's folds will shekel*-ill whuil.ire  To battle I'or their daily bread.  Let all the wide wiuld honor them,  Cire.it l.nboi'.s true houi knight, are  they,  The heroes who refuse to lira  And tlie on ninety cents a day,  Mahie-Toussaye.  Kamloops, B. C, June 2f*ch, l')01.  SPACE RESERVED FOR  POST OFFICE WANTED.  The mining camp of which Cninboine  is the centre finds itself badly ' handicapped fr nn a business stand poii t for  want of a post office. There is no  attempt to deliver any mail neaiei* the  camp than Comaplix or Thomson'--;  Landing. There are'stated to he now  some two hundred men al work, mining or prospecting in the camp and  the prospects uie for a steady and  continual increase iu population and  business. The post oflice department  should take the matter up at once and  make arrangements for a post ,oflice  with a least a tri-weekly mail delivery  at Camborne without delay.  WANTED���������Position as housekeeper or work  ing companion near Kcvclstone, Omuforiable  liom. more desired than saler), iu*. 71,  Kevelstoke Station.  BRO  SPACE RESERVED FOR  -  8*  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  ..������*.->  Revelstoke      *  Station.  1  Hardware, Etc  A GREAT OPPORTUNITY.  Government Distribution of Stumping  Powder.  FARMEttS desirous of being Ruppliet* witli  BlasliiiK Powder at coat price, .lor clearing  land, can obtain blank forma of requisition  from the Serretarics ol the Farm em luKtiiutei*  an follow") :  Henrv Hills, Sec'y, Alberni Farmers'  Institute, Alberni.  J. A. Hallitlay, Sec'y, Comox Farmers'  Institute, tiantlniuh.  John Stewart. Sec'y, Naaaiino-Cclar Farmers Institute, Stark'*, Crosslin., Manaimo.  II. tie M. Mellln, Sec'y, Cowichau Farmers'  Insitute, Komc.1109.  J II. Smart, tie**.1}-, .tletvhosin Farmer.'  Institute. Metchosln. , .  ')��������� li. Kiiis, Sec'y Victoria Farmers' Institute,  Cedar Hill.  K. Walter, Sec'y, Islanis Farmers Institute,  Ganges Harbor.   .  K. A. Brown, Sec'y, Delta Farmers Iustitute,  Latlncr;  II. Bose. Sec'y, Surrey Farmers' Institute,  Surrey Centre. .     '  A. II. r. Matlicw, Sec'y Langley Farmers'  Institute, Langley.  Richmond Farmers'  Mission  Farmers'  But it is scarcely fair to take the  whole cf West Kootnniiy for comparison with. the Coeur d'Alene, a  district nnly. some 25 miles square.  When wishing to convey some notion  to his readers of ihe richness nf the  formation of that camp, the writer is  TaiF~to conTpare . it-���������'to tlie~fumous  Slocan district in the Kootenay  country. British Columbia." He dues  not think the fore* of eulogy* can any  further go than that. Let us then  take the Slocan mining division. Last  year according to Mining Keeorder  A ngns Mclnnes was "one of the best  the division has seen, as far as develop  ment and ore shipments are concern  ed.'' "There are." he adds, "approximately speaking about SO) men  employed in the mines of the division"  and about 25,320 ions of ore were  shipped since tbe spring of 1000. Th������re  are in the division now -thou, .'i-l shipping properties.   The   total   ralue   of  u  the silver and lritd produced iu the  divisio ��������� was $2.0Cfl.S05 and as that is  all except ooz. of gold, which was  pi-odu'ced, it follows that the average  value of a ton of Slot-in ore is $80.87.  You see whe^n the scribe compared the  Coeur d'Alene with its average $65 ore  tn the "famous Sloem." he was drawing considerably on Itis imagination.  Now instead of declaring in the face  of official figureB that all is well in  Kootenay why do not our membei ���������  of parliament, and able editors get  down to business . and seriously con-  aider this case of the. Coeur d'Alene.  It too has had its labor tronbl _*������," compared with which ours are nothing; it-i  average rate of wages is -stated to $?.50  per day, which is about ours, "the  iivpragB Coenr d'Alene freight, rate of  $12 per ton from ' the mine to the  smelter would fetch most Slocan ores  to the same place. The fall in prices  hits both districts tbe same. Cnei r  d'Alene silver and lead, /etch r.������  higher  figures' than   the    Kootenay  The time is drawing slowly'along to  the date of the royal visit to Canada  and other towns at which the 'future  ruler of this great empire and his  consort will .visit on their tour, are  already, preparing for a . fitting  welcome. Now their stay here in  Revelstoke will not he a long one,  perhaps not half an hour. * But in that  short space of time Revelstoke can  display herself as a live town, fully  conscious of the fact that on hei  devolves for a brief period the honour  of representing before the eyes of onr  royal yisitors the greatest mineral  district in America. Or it is 'equally  open to her to do the other thing. Onr  reception'of the governor general' during his recent visit to this piovince  was not of such at.utling brilliancy  that it cannot lie improved upon. We  ought to take the matter up at once  and let it be known|throughout Kootenay a good time before the date of the  visit that we intend to make it an  occasion-for_a.wortliy_celebration_and  invite our sister cities to come' in and  share it with ut>. We can make this a  big thing if we go the right way about  it, but it will not be done by sitting  down, twiddling our thumbs till it gets  too late and then making our preparations in frantic haste at the end.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC   nstitutc, Lan_ley.  Alex.    Philip, .So  Ninety Cents a Day  (Written for the Brotherhood of  Railway Trackmen)  It i.s true that in Eastern Ontario  and Quebec the trackmen on the C. P.  K. are paid ninety cents a day. Upon  the writer mentioning this fact to  some friends [he other day, one ex-  '.-'aimed "Is it possible that men live  on such u'wage ? ���������' Swift as lightning  rn me the answer from a C. 1*. R. employe who was ' present,' "Noi they  die on it." This incident, coupled with  the news that a C. P. R. detective and  several special constables had been arrested for endeavoring to drive strikers to work at the point of a revolver,  suggested the following lines :  They wore born  beneath the British  flag.  Thc good old flag that rules the waves,  They were taughtin earliest childhood's  hour  That Britons never will be slaves.  And yet they slave from early morn  Till late at night for scanty pay.  They're free-born   Britons   and   they  live  Ai d die on ninety cents a day.  Oh railway kings who ait at ei se  Within your private palace car,  And grudge your workers less per day  Than what you pay for one cigar.  Lift high your glass of costly wine  And drink to Mammon, God of Greed,'  Philip, .Sec'y,  Inrtilutc, Vancouver.  A.  M.   Verchere,  Sec'y  Institute, Mission City.  U. Vi. Chatisey, Sec'y Chilliwack Farmers'  Institute, Chilliwack.  Wm.   Urecn, Sec'y, Kent Farmers'Institute,  Agassiz.  J.M.Webster, Sec'y Maple'Ridgo Farmers'  Iustitute, Websters Corners,  John Ball,   Sec'y, Matt-qui Farmers'  Institute, Abbotafortl. '     .    '  A. H.  Crlchtun,  Soc'y'    Osoyoos  .Farmers'  Insttute. Kelowna. ,  W P. Horsley, Sec'y, Spallumcheen l-ar'mers'  I nnttute, Armstrong.  S.1I. McUuire. Sec'y, Salmon   Arm Farmera"  Institute, Salmon Arm.  J. F.Smith, Sec'y, Kamloops Farmers' Institute, Kamloops. *  II. Percy Hoilges, Sec'y, Otanagan'Farmers'  Institute, Vernon.   -  J. R. ANDERSON,  *    Deputy Minister of Agriculture,  Department of Agrlt'iiliure,  Victoria, B. C, May 8,1901.  Notice  to   Preemptors   of  Crown. Lands.  The attention of Prc-emptors of Crown Lands  is ht-reby called to an amendment to the ''Land  Act," passed at the last session of the Legislature, which provides as folloMs, viz:  "9. Pre-cmptors of Crown Lands, whether  in arrears in payment of instalments of  pur-cbase money or not, who at the time of  (���������omine into force of this Act have obtained  Certificates of Improvement, orwbo 'ball have  obtained Certificates of Improvement within  twelve monthfi thereafter, shall on conforming  with the provisions of the "I-and Act," except  as hereby altered, be emitted to obtain Crows  grants ol their pre-emption claims upon completing payments of purch_ue money at the  rate of scvciuy-tive cents per acre, aud Crown  Grant fees, which payments may be made aa  follows:  " Twenty-five cents per acre on before the  _!���������_ day of-Detremb-JrlW  Twenty-five cents per acre on or before the  30th dav oi June, 190-J;  " and the remaining���������  " Twentv-five cents per acr*. on or before tbe  31st day of December, 1902, and without any  furtber payment of interest."  W. S GOP.E.  Deputy of Lands and Works.  Lands snd Worki., Department,  Victoria, TS. C 1st June. 1901.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  ,    NOTICK.  Troauwell Mlnins claim, situate In the  LardeAii Mining Division of Wm Kootenay  District.  whfrc located: On Lexington Mountain!  nesr Pool Creek bridge.  Take Notice' that I. >'. C. Creen, nf Nelson,  acting a������ agent for the " Imperial Develo|i-  ment Svntlicate. Limited." Free Miner's  Certificate No. R :t2,0U, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, lo apply to thi. Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of IiiiproT**ra**nt*i  for the pnri>o������e of obtaining aCrown Gmntof  the aliove claim,  And further take notice tha't action, under  Section ll", must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this twentieth day of June. I*>01.  r.C. U.HKKN.  I*. L. S.  The Double Eagle Mining: and Develop  ment Co., Limited Liability.  NOTrCR is herehy Riven that the  annual Ip.1"11''1"'*' meeting of shareholders of this company, will he held  at the company's office at FfrRiison,  B.C.. on Thursday, July 11th, 1901. at  2 p. m. The transfer l-ook<i of the  rompanv will lie closed from July 1 to  11, 1001.*  A. H. Holdich, Secretary.  The Great Western Mines. Limited  Liability.  NOTICE is herehy Riven that tbe  annual general meeting of .hare-  holdeis in this company will be held at  the company's office af Ferguson, B C  ���������n Wednesday, July 10th. 1001. at 2 p.  ni. The transfer hook* of the i-oin-  pany will be closed from July 1 to  10, 1001.  A. II. Uoldicu, Secretary.  IMPERIAL  LIMITED  Starting June ioth,'  will make the run from Coast to  Coast in  100  Hours  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest tbe Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms.'  Rates $i a day.'  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop,  Revelstoke  Steam  , ,..>,'y:'       ' ������������������*...<-;fr...P'j.g  *    '"."-V'-  ���������'��������� ." '&--     ���������   "   '���������-  --*' t., .     .-. cheap Rates .   *  :"*'     Now la'Effect-to'th*,.  PAN-AMERICAN , ; >  EXPOSITION.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Reyelfltoke.   ���������  J, E. Coyle.  AiHiat. Gon.  Paa������enger Agent  Vancouver.  A J. SMP  BAKES, CONFECTIONER,  ������ud caterer Kt_.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD   ;  Wedding Cake, a SpocUlty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  ^J."* Revelstoke, B.C  p.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  I'roraj.t<leli������**ry o/parcels, .���������Knag*, etc.  lo auj- far' "' H** "-'"*'  Any Kind of Transferrin*  Undertakftn  All oriJera l������'t at It. M. Bmythe'H Toba<*(*������  .Store, or byTelephoue No. 7 will recfiie jiroui j.t  attention. .   .  Jas. X. Woodirow  ���������RUTCHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fiib and Came in Season....  All order, promptly filled.  C0TV!.XH".. RBYBfeSSOKB, B.������.  ���������Get a camera or kodak and enjoy  yourself. The Canada Drug *k Book Vq,  keep them at nil price'!.'  : --.<���������)  BEDRAGGLED SKIRTS  , Thin lijhard weather "on those beautiful  white" HkirtH:  raaltCB  them   dirty   all".  around the bottom���������to you'd not want  to wanh them yourself.  We want them* for you, - thou<>:.i.  We want to' make them i-lean and*  bright and treah.    > we make all linen  - loot frenh and sweet. ��������� ��������� 1  FAYETTE BUKER.  HTGTP&RSON  &n  WHOLESALE  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  A BARGAIN IN  REAL ESTATE  A VALUABLE RESIDENCE ���������  Property near the Court house. Cost  over $2,000,' for sale at $1000. For  terms and particulars apply to A.  JOHNSON, Herald Office.    .  _.    BUSINESS  PROPERTY  FOR SALE  ON SECOND STREET���������a bargain I  i and on eaay terms of payment. Apply j  to J. D. SIBBALD, Real Estate Agt, J  THE 21 Ith ANNIVERSARY  OFTHE  BATTLE OF  THE IJOYNE.  GRAND PROVINCIAL  In the City of Vancouver  JUL1T lath 1901  -KEVELSTOKE.TO'  -VANCOUVER*  ���������-'  and  RETURN . A.  Good from .the 10th  ���������to the 14th of July  Inclusive.  . o,'  This excursion will be taken advnntnge of by.thc majority of the  citizens of Revelstoke and the surrounding" country, many of whom  .have never had :i chance lo visit the Metropolis of the North Pacific.  Ample time will he given to visit outside points. Those not wishing to  leave Revelstoke on the 10th may go on the 11th and then arrive at  Vancouver in time to -view the Grand Parade���������5,000 Orangemen  ' expected in line. - '  ' All B. O.'loil^es west of Revelstoke will he in attendance as well as  Lodge.-- from   the   States of Oregon   and  Washington   and ' possibly  ���������Uuli.'urni.i.   The Duke of Connaught's Own Military Band is engaged  "for the day as well as others from outside points.  A lirst class programme of sports including Lacrosse,' Base.Ball,  etc., is lieing arranged at Brackton Point, Stanley Park.  The Hon. N. Clarku Wallace, Sovereign Grand Master, Ei C, Clark,  M. P., and Wm. Johnston of Bally Kilhey, Ireland, are among the  prominent speakers of the day.  Come all and enjoy yourselves.  ��������� Por further information see large  posters.  "���������*"^P.irtie_r_'nten"tling"to~-ake"a^  ��������� -leave their names at the Herald office or with the secretary ot the L.  O. L. so that an estimate,of the number who will avail themselves of  this opportunity to visit the coast can be arrived at, "  THOS. tTEAD, W. M.  W. C BIRNEY, Seo. L. 0. U. No. 165S.  +*_**_******++*+*+*+++****+**+44+**^  Columbia House  Rates:   $1.00 per day.  Good accommodation.   A good Bar. well supplied "with  Choice Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.   - ������������������ ("  Free Bus Meets AH Trains.  ilBrowii & Guerin : Props.  *wi*i**~****w*****w*****z*************iw^^^  P. BURNS &. CO'Vi  Wholesale and Retail Dealers  :primebeef.   pork,   mutton,   sausage.  v        fish and game in season.  If  I  k  ll  i  ���������*.i  ���������/  I 1  il  'U_  (I  1  (J  IV  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province. Its mining, telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources and presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  paper of such an important Railway Centre, its  attention has always been drawn to Railway  matters, and recently it has definitely taken up  the task of forming itself into a vehicle of railway  news in which railway employes all over British  Columbia and Alberta 'will find the news of the  Great Railway System to which they belong, and  of personal and the happenings affecting themselves and their fellow employes. THE HERALD  has long enjoyed the largest circulation of any  paper published in the district, whicn is now  rapidly increasing among the Railway Men East,  West and South. It is hardly necessary to point  out to any shrewd businessman the advantages  which it thus offers as an advertising; medium  throughout the entire field which it covers.  Subscription $2.0 Per Annum  $1.25 FOR SIX MONTHS,ilN ADVANCE '. A. \  It takes a foremost place in the race for prominence and popularity with business houses and  as a consequence does more business with those  requiring Printed Stationeryand/officei supplies  than any other Printing Establishment in Eastern British Columbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to any thing of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries.  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and all work  entrusted;; to; THE  HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand^heprpper^us^^  disposal.   THE HERALD does not claim to be the  only printing house in the district' but it does  claim to be  LEGAL  it. 3 "J IT     B . A., I.L.B.  Barrister.      Solicitor,    Notary    Public,  ���������Mcl'eiuie A>euue, KcvelstoVc Station.  Money to loan.  Etc  JJARVEY, M'C-U.T-KH A PINKHAM  Barri ten, HolicltMs, Etc.  Solicitor*! for Imperial Bank oi l.anada.  Company funds toloau at 8 |>erceul.  Fiest Street, Revulutokc btaiiuii, B. C.  MEDICAL.  T   W. CROSS,  OtUce:     Mackenzie Avenue, Revelstoke, B.C  8UHGEON TO THE C. P. li.  Health Officer, Citv of Kevelstoke.  CHURCHES  MZTUOSIST CHURCH, BKVELSTOKE.  Preaching services at 11 a. m. and7:3. p.m  Class uieeifiiir at tbe close ol the morning  lerviue. bab.ath School and Bible Class at 3:30  Weekly Prayer Meeting every Wednesday  evenlug at 7:80. The public are eortliall)  Invited.   Keats free. - , __   _  Rev. C. I.ADMEB, Pastor.  ST. PETER B CHURCH, ANGLICAN.  Eight a.m.. Holy Eucharist; 11 a.m., matins,  ���������_ttauy and sermon (Holy Eucharist Ilrst-Sunday in the month); 'i'.io Sunday school, or  thildren's service; 7:30 Kvennong (choral) and  sermon. Holy Days���������The Holy Eucharist ts  celebrated at 7 a.m. or 8 a.m., an announced.  Holy Baptism after Sunday School alililu.  c. a. l-uoctiNiKR, Hector, i  Certificate of Imtprovemens  NOTICE  "Dorfi,"     "l'lieliMii"    nnd     "Olai.i'  mineral claims hitmtte in the Linden u'  Mining Division  of  Wast   K< o.enuy  District.  Where located: Along Pool Creek  aliout -*, mile aliove lindgi'.  TAKfE NOTICE, thatl, F. C. Green,  of Nelson, acting as agent for 1*. K.  Grave, Free Miner's Certificate No. li.  50072, intend, sixty days front the date  hereof to apply to the Mining- Recorder for certificates of improvement?, for  lhe purpose of obtaining Crown  giants ot the uliove claiuia.  And fiirtlier take notice thut action,  under t-t-c-tion 37. must lie commenced  before the issuance of such certitictttet.  of improvements.  Dated* this 1st day of June 1001.  F. C. Green.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  HKSBYTF.I'.IAN  CUUItCII,  Service every Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m  to which all are welcome. Prayer meeting at  it. m, every Wuducsilay.  - rkv. w. c. Cai-deb, Pastor.  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH.  Mans  at 10:30 a. m.,  un first,  ittcond and  lourth Sundays ln the month.  KKV.   KATIIKH  THAYKB. 1  SALTATION  AHMY.  Meeting every night ln their Hall an Front  street. * '���������  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.;  No. 26, Revtlifolce; B. C. ���������  Meets every "Wediiesduy iii  Oddfellows' Hull at 8 o'clock  Vi������iting Knights invited.  .;  E. G. Bobridgk, C. C.    :    :   :   :   :   :  :   : F. W. Mackinkot, K. of R. & S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE  No. 1658;  Regular meetings are held in tht  Oildfello-A'slinll on"the Third Frt'  day ol each month, at H p.m. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited:  THOS. STEED, W.M.  W. O. BIRNEY, Kec-Seo.  A. H. HOLDICH ' r'.  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER,  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven years!  it Morfa  Works,  Swansea.     17   years  Chief  Jbemist to Wigan Coal and Iron Co.,  Engl  l.ate chemist and Assayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claims examined ana reported upon.  Revelstoke, B.C.*  EDWARD A. HAGGEN,  Mining ��������� Engineer,  Member American Institute Mining Engines���������  Member Canadian Mining Institute. sl  KEVELSTOKE. "B.'C.'  Examination of and reports on Mineral properties a'specialty.  Ued Rose Degree meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each month; White Rose Degre<  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.  ViBitlng brethren welcome   -  WM; WATSON, '    HY.-EDWARD8,  ���������     President. ' Secretary.  . ���������'Cholln" "Tuscon" and L. V, (Fractional 'Mineral Claims situate, iu the  Lardeau Mining Division of' West  Kootenay District,  W here located: On Lexington  Mountain South West of Eva mine.  Take notici* that I, F. C. Green, of  Nelson, acting us agent for Andrew F.  Koi.en burger, F. M. C. B. 50284 ' and  the Imperial Development Syndicate,  Limited, Free Miners Certificate No.  B, 2204(1, intend, sixty*- days from the  ���������late hereof, to apply to the Milling  Recorder loi* certificates of improvements, for the put pose of obtaining  Crown grant* of the above claims.  And fiivthei* take notice (hat action;  under section 37, must he commenced  before the issuance of such certificates  of improvements.  Dated this Hrst day of June 1001.  ,F. V. Gkken.  Certificate of Improvements  notice:  "Joker" Mineral-Claim, situate in  the Lardeau Mining Division of West  Koiitciiay District.  Where located:' On ' Lexington  Mountain adjoining Eva group on  West.  Take notice that I, F. C. Green, of  Xi-1-.un, acting as agent for the Iniper  ial Development Syndicate Limited.  Fiee Miners Certificate No. B, 820*16,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to upply to the Mining Recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a, Crown  grant of the above claim.  And'further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this first day of June. 1801.  ,     , F. C. Grekn.  H.  Eu vVARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,"  Furs .Cleaned and Be_*aired. '  LOVERING'B'OLD STAND   ":    Second Street  Inspection  of     Metalliferous  Mines  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Imperial"-and- "Balfour", mineral  claims, situate in the Lardeau mining  division of-West Kootenay disti ict.  'VVhere located: ' On Lexington  mountain, south of the Eva mine.  . Take notice that I, F. C. Green of  Nelson, acting as agent for J. J. Folev.  F. M..C.. B.' 32030.' Corv Menheu=k,' fr.  M. C'B. 32.021 and John Breiinand.  Free*Miners Certificate No. B. 32037,  intend 60 days from the date hereof, tn'  ipply to tbe Mining Recorder foi  Certificate of Improvements, i'or the'  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claims. '  And further take notice that action.'  under section 37, must be commenced  hafore the issuance of such certificate,  of improvements. *  Dated this 8th day of June, 1109.  F.C.1 GREEN.  Certificate of Improvements  ���������', NOTICE.  "Blue Jay" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Lardeau mining division of West  Kootenay district'.   -  Where located: On Lexington  Mountain one-third of a mile south of  the Eva mine.  Take notice that" I. F. C. Green of  ;Nelson, .acting as' agent -for Dan Mcintosh. Free Miner's Certificate No. B.  32010,* intend 00 days from the date  hereof, -to apply- to the ' Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining 11  Crown grant of the above claim..  Aud'furthertake notice that~l������ctionT  under section 87, must be commenced  liefore the' issuance of such certificate  1 if improvements.  Dated this 1st day of June. 1001,  F. C. Gkken.  Some of the Obstacles Met With  in Building the Road.  The working summer'" saauon in  Siberia rarely exceeds 120 days,'-so that  a great deal of the coubti'iiction"of the  railway hud to be done during t ���������***-���������  winter. The population ia very *.c.it-  tered, as there are* only-about tw_  inhabitants to the square verst (0.88 to  the square mile): their avocations are  exclusively pastoral and agricultutal,  so that thu country contributes bnt  little labor, to tbe work*. Roads,  means of transport and materials of  construction were practictlly wanting,  and one of the most serious obstacles  in the way of successful operations lay  in the procuring and delivery of such  materials at the site of' tha work.  Timber was very scarce,' aud for the  most part hud to be brought enorinoiiH  ilistant-en. The chief sources of supply  were tho district of Onfa. beyond  Tcheliabinsk, and that of Tarsk, iu the  goveiiimtnt of Tobolsk. The timber  from these districts was collected from  the banks of the Irtych, and dealt with  there at the sawmills; it was then  transported by barges to the yard a'  Omsk, and delived thence by'cart on  the works. A third source of supply  was the Obi, whence timber was transported oil the line by catling and rafting. All manufactured 'materials���������  bridge iron, plates, bars, rods." rails,  rolling stock, cement, etc., were produced in the manufacturing centres of  European Russia, and were collected  ���������tt there principal depots���������at the' terminal station at Tcheliabinsk by rail,  and those of Omsk and Krivostcho'  kovo (left bank of Obi), through  Tuniene and the navigable system of  .the Obi. The scarcity of ballast pits*  and their distance from lhe line were  also serious obstacles, involving  lengthy and difficult transport. Some  of thei*e pits lay ut a distance of 20'  miles from the railway. Another difficulty was the scarcity of sub-contractors for the work and for transport" so'  that, with the exception of the bulk  of the earthwork.'the erection , of the  large bridges, and the laying and ballasting of the track', which .were done  by contract, all the other" works "and  transport had to be undertaken de-1  partmentally.;" Want of water,-says  Engineering, was another serious difficulty, notwithstanding the.abundance  of lakes along the route. Most" of  these contain brackish'water; unfit for  drinking or steam'purposes, and where  the water was fresh it was* usually  frozen.' Recourse was had to artesian  boiinga in the case of seven stations,  and at one crossing place; in no case,'  however, did the water reach the surface without'pumping, and, although  superior' in quality to !the " "surface  supply, it was so hard that in' six cases  chemical treatment had to be resnited  to.  COEUR D'ALENE  Output of Tbis Famous Silver  Lead Camp in Idaho.  Among the mining districts which  in recent years have demonstrated  their importance by their net returns  to the investors, a. conspicuous group  is that comparatively email territory,  not over eighteen miles east nnd west  by bit or eight miles north and south,  popularly known as the Coeur  d'Alenes.' This" is almost entirely a,  silvei-lcad district, although gold in  paying quantities is mined immediately north of the silver-lead area.  The Coeur d'Alenes lie in shoshone  County, Idaho, a mountainous country  similar in its general formation and  metallurgical characteristics to the.  famous Slocan district in the Kootenay  country, British Columbia. It -has  been operated something over a dozen  years and has some of thc lx������st paying  mines ou thc continent.  It will hardly seem' probable to the  average reader that this little section,  the operated portion of which is not  over twenty-five square miles in area,  last year produced over,$ll,000,000 in  silver and lead, being within $3,000,000  of the entire mineral output of the  state of Idaho, which is noted particularly for its mineral wealth.   '  Tlie output of' the Coeur d'Alene  silver-lead district, as represented'- by  its eleven dividend-paying mines, not  mentioning th'e unequipped mines, is  given by experts, as follows : *  Bunker Hill and Sullivan..    $l'7o0,000"  Standard ..'      1,000,000  Morning  ' 1,000.000  Frisco ���������      1,350,000  Tigcr-Poorman      1,350,000  Empire State (LastChance)     1,250,000  "Mammoth      1,000,000  Hunter         525,000  Hecla         500,000  And in a position to give as good value for the  money expended, either for advertising space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in'^British Columbia. Write for Samples of Printing. All work  turned out promptly. One price to all, No j ob  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S;  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail.  INSPECTORS' D1STRICTB.  THS Inspectors .of.Metalliferous mines are  hereby assigned the following as their respac-  '.ive Inspection Districts with headquarters as  noted, .uch assignment .to take place from  June 15th, 1901, until furtl.e-*iidtlc<j.  AKCIUBALDDICK, Inspector.  Headquarters,    Craiilirook.    office   ol  ,  Deputy Mining Recorder.  Inspection District fch&U.. comprise all of  East Kootenay and also Uoat Kiver miiiln.  Division of West Kootenay/  In addition to thc duties of  inspector ol  Metalliferous mlnc-i, Mr. Diuk nill also actai*  Inspector    ol   Coal Mines within the same  District.  JAMLH McGREGOR, Inspector,  Headquarters,    Ollice     of       Milling  Recorder, Nelton.  Iiispcctliiu District shall comprise all al  West Kootenay except Cioat Rivei Mlniuu  Division and also Ihe Cirand rorks.and Kettle  Kiver Mining Divisions of Yale District,  VHOMAS MORGAN, Inspector.  Headquarters, Government Buildings,  Nanaimo.  Insertion District. Vancouver, Island and  Coast District.  Mr. Morgan Ih also Inspector ol Coal Mines  for tbis District.  Notice is hereby given of such Inspection  Districts and thai In accordance with the  "Inspection of Metalllferoui Mines Act, 1897,"  and Amending Acts, notice of accidants to  employes happening within'any.of Buch Districts must be promptly reported both to the  Inspector ef such District and also to the  Minister of Mines, Victoria.  In mines not Included in the above Districts  managers will report, in duplicate, to the  Minister of Mines direct, who, if he considers  it necessary, will assign an Inspector to  specially report. *  Blank forms upon which to make reports ef  such accldentB may < be obtained from the  Inspector of the District, from the Mining  Recorder, or upon application to this office. 1  RICHARD McBRlDE,  Printed and Published by  The Revelstoke Herald Pub. CO.  LIMITED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.  "Thelma" (fntctional) ������nd "Canon"  (ft'iirtioriHl) mineral claim.*, situate in  the Lavdeiiu mining division of West  Kootenay district.  Where located: 'On Pool creek  adjoining the Thelma and Dora mineral claims.  Take notice tlint I. F. C. Green or  Nelson, acting an agent for the Iwpcr-  ���������kI Development Syndicate, Limited.  Free Miner's Ceititicitte No. B. 320.0,  intend 00 days from the date lieieof, lo  apply to the Mining l.������cor<lei' for  certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown grunts of  the aliove claims.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be comim-ncec*  before the issuance of such certificates  of improvements.  Duted this first day of June, 1001.  F. C. Green. ���������  \   Business  Mention. ' x  ��������� ���������Always read the* Canada Drug ��������� &  Book Co's ad,* something new and up  to date all the time.'  . ���������New vaccination shield, very  comfortable and only 15c. at the Can-  ada Drug & Book Co.  ��������� ���������We have a fresh supply of tanglefoot fly paper, poison fly paper, insect  powder and blowers at Canada Drug  --c-Book-Co. .*' -*.--������������������������������������ ~*   "        ..--.*  ���������If you are troubled this warm  weather with corns,' we have a new-  plaster that fastens around the. toe  and romoves corn .in two days, 25  cents per, box. Try" one "they *aie  excellent.   Canada Drug & Book Co.  ���������Ice Cream Sodas every day at  Bews'.  Cook Wanted-������A 'woman Cook  wanted for hotel. Apply at Herald  oflice.  ���������Lost.���������Between station' anil the  canyon, on Big Bend road, a genlle*-  man's black waterproof cape. Finder  please leave at this office. tr  ���������A carload   of  feed   consi.ting of  chops, shorts,   hay  and wheat i_ un  loading today at C. B. Hume & Co. s  warehouse.  Denartroent of Mints,  am Jane, 1901.  Minister of Mines.  Declaration of Dissolution  of Partnership.  ' We, Clarenc* William Field, of Golden, B. C,  and Walter Bews, of Revolitoke, B. C, form-  crlrjnembenaf the firm carrjrinr on business  as druggists and Merchants at Kevelstoke, in  the Province of British Columbia,.under the  style of "Field A Bews," do*hereby certify  tbat the said partnership was on the 18th day  of J une, 1901 dissolved.  Witness our hands this lath day of June, A.  D..1WI.  THOS.O'BRIEN.  1    .. w  ���������������������������  GoW������n,_B.C..     S   WALB"  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  "JwuJiwJ WALBB  Rossland mineral claim, situated In  the Lardeau Mining Division of West  Kootenav District.  Whare located: On Lexington Mountain South of the Eva mint?.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green,  of Nelson.-arting ns agent for Cory  Menhenick F. M. C. B. 32 021 and J. J*  Foley Free Mini*r's Certificate No. B,  32,036, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof' to apply tothe Mining Recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements. -  Dated this Sth da y ot June 1901.  TRUE FRUIT SYRUPS  Are tbe flavors used at  BEWS    FOUNTAIN,  THE ICE CREAM USED  Crown Point arid Silver King   '300,000  Sixteen-to-One      150,000  ' ' Total:.../. 811,375,000  This estimate does not  include*'any,  portion of the Coeur d'Alene gold_belt  to the north of the silver-lead district.  Arid,   as .'a'matter  of verification," It,   '  may be of interest to note that, talcing  the average value  of  a -ton _ of - concentrates  at the  recognized figurtis,  $65,   and  the  freight .'shipments   at  175,000 tons,*as given by the railroads,  the production for the year in'amount  ia exactly as quoted above,' -">"'���������  ' The Coeur  d'Alenes'are-'generally  divided into four districts', the'Canyon  Creek district, the group about Ward-  ner, the two Mullan* mines  and the  Nine Mile Creek district.   Of these tha  first named along Canyon  creek,  including    the -  Tiger-Poorman,    the  Frisco, the Standard,   the  Mammoth  and'the Hecla, produced $5,800,000 : in  1900.   ' The  Wardner group," Bunker  Hill, Empire'State and  Crown''"Point  had an output of $3,300,000,   and  tho  two Mullan mines, Hunter and Morning, increased the sum total by $2,125,.  000.  1    The. Sixteen-to-One mine, on  the east fork of Nine Mile Creek, "contributed $150,000 in 1000. '   The   other  mines  of  this' group,   including  the  Amazon, Manhattan, Father Lode and  Clark's Sunset Group, were not pushed  to the pointfof productionr-=-So-thatr���������  taking 'the* eleven' producing  mines  named together, there is  an   average  of over 91,000.000 each in   production.  East  of 'th'e ^Sunset' Group,   several  miles, lies the Paragon mine,-which is  owned by St. Paul parties and is very  profitable. m '  - The number of men employed in the  production of this vast "amount of  wealth bears an interesting relation to  the output of the"district. To the  investor who will stop to analyze the  expenditures, it will be apparent that  on the average in any of these producing mines a given' amount' of  wages,' freight and development expenses produces about a given amount  of dividends. The wages average  $3.50 per day, and the number of men  employed 2,315 for the year������ This involves an - expenditure for wages of  $8,102 per day, or $2,910,720 a yearj  which, with about 400 men engaged  in development work, etc., makes - a  total of $3,500,000. '  In freight charges  on  the  concen-  is the very best and J trates from the Coeur d'Alenes to tho  smelters, at an average of $12 per ton,  the railroad companies'earned $2,180, ���������  000. Fully $1,000,000 more want into  new machinery, and a half million  into incidentals," leaving something  over $4,000,000 to bs distributed to the  stockholders.���������Northwest Magazine;  true. to  its  name.  There is ample accommodation  behind the screen, -where you  can sit ovar yonr delicious and  cooling draught while you chat  with your friands %nd enjoy  yourself _������neraUy.  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist and -  8tationer...  ���������ROWS BLOCK.   ttJj.a.  ���������Ice for sale.���������Apply A. N. Saltb,  ���������Ice Cream Sodas everyday at Bews,  ���������Up to'dale shirt waists made at'  the Madison Purlors.  ���������The newest books-always Come in  I ae wmia printed at tbe Canada Draft  I* Book Co. ,  1  .-'���������_������������������*"  $ '.-,*. 4.'ll'll"ll"l'*������'l**-r*t^*t-^i**l.*lr'l*'-*-*^-''-''i'  1 Disinfectants!! I  **������  *+���������  ���������*  <*_4  ���������+���������  fr  fr  fr  fr  Foul Drains, Closets.  Stable or decaying  garbage need close  attention. Don't wait  for an epidemic tn  break out, but get  some  * CHLORIDE OF  LIME *���������:  $ CREOLIN, JEY'S FLUID J  _������ Carbolic Acid or Powder. *  **      Yon can get nnv of these at '  X  Canada Drug & Book Co.'s Store J  t *T-rl'TI'*I"l**T-T.**t-������*f *********���������'.���������*���������'  BORN.  Bhi;xdrett.���������On Siindny, .Inly Tth lo  Mr. and Mis. H. Brundrett n son.  MARRIED  ('L-MMlN.s-Buiini.1.1.���������On .Suniliiy. Tth  inst.. at the Methodist. par.-onage.  Trout Lake City, by Ue\: S. .1.  ("itveii. A. ... Cummin-*, of FiTgiisfin."  to Mis-s Bertha .Iain* liunvll of  Trout I-ike City.  Notes of News.  ^TuJnj&r yfc*Jy y3&t*s ^Mfn/  Oe*Oy At A^U^e<iy -Ml/ /flAd   Cfi-iortyfay^  'ArjyJey JAtAjbr' crnJytfs.  ^yy&l.<yp77Uy' d<i*-t4tJ!Urn^ </h ������  Hoy Douglas ha.**, been away at. Calgary this week.  Archdeacon Penreath w.is in town  yesterday and went west this uioi-niiiK  on the delayed No. 1,  Mrs. S. S. Smyth and her son Wilfrid Smythe returned frum their trip Io  the oid country this morning.  ' Miss Lyons, who has been on a ���������.���������i.-il  to .Mr. and Mrs. J. Lyons, left for  "Vorth Bend yesterday. ,  Fred. Hobinson, who has recovered  from his recent illness, went down to  Comaplix this morning.  Tlie grading parties on the -Arrowhead -Jc Kootenay branch of the 0. I*.  K.art. now within fourteen miles ol the  foot of Trout lake.  The Eagle says that Ferguson is1  already making preparations for a big  celebration on Labor Day.  " John McKane of Knssland cnnie up  from the south last niglil and is spend,  ing a day or two in town.  Andy Wallace;*New Denver, has the  contract for building the new sanitarium at the St. Leon hot springs, Arrow  lake.  The Herald" is  glad-to  see  Allan  . McNab round aga'in   afLt't*  his   recent  confinement to   his   residence   by   ill  ness.  At a meeting of the school board  held on Tuesday evening C. F. Lindmark was elected chairman and T. .J.  Gi-.iham secretary.  FOUND���������On the C. P. R. track near  Tapping's garden, two keys fastened  on a piece of silk ribbon. Apply .it  this office.  Services in St. Peter's church tomorrow, sixth Sunday after Trinily  -is usual at Sand 11 a. m. and 1310 p.  in.; Rev. C. A. Procunier.   officiating.  Dr. T. A. Wilson of Ferguson, lias  been gazetted resident physician at  Port Essingtoh and will leave for Iliac  place on Monday.  Yesterday's No. 1 got in about nine  o'clock this morning. The No. 2 was  delayed, it is stated, by a burnt bridge  the other side of Kamloops and did  not get in till to the time of going to  press.  The New.--Advertisei[ of Thursday  says thai Chief Justice McColl has  gone to Allin to investigate con.-  plaints of irregularities in the gold  commissioner's and mining recorders'  offices in Atlin aud Bennett mining  division.  HR, P.JPettipiece, editor and  proprii -  tor of the- 1 jirtleaii___l-!iglt'. pxud t_h____  Heuald a visit yesterday. The  season is very backward in lhe  Lardeau and the snow is not yet gone  off enough to permit operations opening up properly.  The Nakusp house, occupied by Mrs.  Manuel, was completely destroyed by  tire on Wednesday inoriiing. It is  supposed tn have originated from a  defective stove pipe. Most* of tlie  furniture and stwk was saved. Thi*  building was owned by Mr. V. .S.  Thoiiia-.    The In-***, is about ���������*"l..V)������i.  Ki*lly Merry Makers will give a two  hour-' show next Saturihiy niglit.  They are vaudeville mn-ical -ipi-riali-ls  <".f tho kind we rend about Inn -clilnin  '���������ver see in Kevelstoke. 11e.ir and sre  thr-iu. -See Kelly a- a character  ��������� oinedian and-Mrs. Kelly as n r.illli-  "���������..me   suloi-t. l.'.'.tll'.'-boin*     -uliii-t  sound-* dreadful but really lh'**-<ilo i-  delightful.  l^-i.-t'-Saluiday and Sunday a p.uty  of C. P. li. employes, mostly from llu*  ibop*. made the ascent of Mt. .Maidnn'  aid. as the first peak smith of town  across the I'.lecillewnet. is' named.  Besides having an enjoyable ! ime liie  party brought down some nice lookitij,'  quartz. The "departure of thd party on  Saturday afternoon aroused suspicion  that they were going to locale something rich and they were followed by  some prospectors, one of whom, it is  ��������� stated, has not vet returned.  Met as usual last, niglil. I'ri'.-eiit tin*  Mayor. Aid. McCarty, Taylor, A br.'i-  haiiisiin. Nettle, McLeod.  i.i)iii:i*:si'iiNi>i:Ni'H  C M. Sprout., its agent for llu* F.u-  wi'll townsite olVercd to sell block o'2  for municipal purposes to the city for  $2000; block ."..���������? for !$20(>- villa lot 111)  fur cemetery purposes for lhu cost of  llie transfer and In lease, block 17 I'or a  leasonable term with llu* option nf  purchase. Referred to P. XV. com  initlec. Deputy iitloney general wired  lh.it Aid. .1. McLeod li.ul been appointed license commissioner in Mr.  iVewinan's place and that tin: fact thai  Lin.* Mayor held a. liijuoi licensi! did not  disqualify him from silting on the  lii'i'use commission. T. XV. Bain  Loiiipl.iiued of nail playing and shot  pulling un MclCt-Mizio Ave. and lie was  instructed to put a stop to the practice.  'J'. \V. Bain reported thai lhe thist.ies  liad not. been cut on tho 0. P. R. right,  of way or townsite and the Mayor was  instructed to put mi'ii on at once to cut.  Ilieni down, charging llie. cost to llie  properly owners al.'eetod. T. W. Bain  diew attention Lo lhe fact tbat horses  are running al large and no effort  Hindu by the pnundkeepcr to restrain  their.. The Mayor wits instructed to  secure a poundkei-pcr by tbe next  meeting. T. Vv. Bain reported (ire in  building on Robson Ave. and Uh Si.  ou tin.- ill.h and lhat the alarm al Mrs.  Little's corner failed to   work.    Fyled.  I'li'lITKINH.  From ratepayers and residents on  Third St. east of McKenzie asking for  sidewalk along strccL.  Aid. McLeod pleaded the case of lhe  residents both on Third and Fourth  streets, which'were two of thu best  icsiilunt.nl portions of the town, .which  were without sidewalks though they  weie paying taxes for sidewalks in  other parts.  Aid. Taylor did nob see how the  money was to be raised. lie was will*;  ing I o bring in an estimate oi work  required to be done bnL he did not see.  how il was to bu paid for.  Resolved that lhe (inuiice committee  bring in a repoit nl tin) next, meeting  as to the financial standing of the city.  A petition signed by a large and  influential number of ratepayers asking the council lo close YVywn St.  bel ween First and Second .St. With  this came n letter from lhe schnol trustees asking the council lo aicede to thu  requeslof the petition and also procure the triangular corner next to thu  street for school purposes, as the trustees want ro start the new scboo  building right away.  Referred to bylaw committee.  .MOTION'S  The public works eonirnilfcae were  instructed to have lhe nails driven in  and other repairs made to sidewalks  throughout the city.--  INl.l'KIKS-  Aid. McLeod asked when the now  scavenging system was to be put in  force ?  The Mayor said il would have to  await the outcome of the finance coin-  .miLLe'^s_re|3oi:L*,_- ____,_____= = - - -  rajSSJSSSS**-*. THE COMMERCIAL  CENTRE OF THE  auiiful   White   Goed������  _i������yvii*"  Fancy Whilu Muslins, All-Over Laces, V.ilencium, Etc. Swiss mid  Dainty Muslins. A must beautiful display of lho_e. I",;..*-htollable  Goods in various colors al 15c, 17c, 20c, 2.jc., and otic. ,  s-  Mercerised Silicon Skirts in endless colors���������all prices.  Wi* sei  aski'il foi'  the  errens . <*wa  Famous ������������������ PKUKIONS" Cloves  Oni'i* worn al'.vavs  toys  louse-'-Suits  rosoopica.  Exactness  Is demanded in the Coir.pcur.dinn"  Prescriptions; and our care and ski  ���������the results of exparier.ee ai,  training���������assure that degree of a.  curacy. And, in addition, our c'rug  are always pure and fresh. Eiin,  your prescriptions here.  ���������RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G-. F. CURTIS.  TAYLOR BLOCK.  MclCuiizie Av  S SPR.i.G and SUMMER  fc****_-f  w  ������  Liiery  a*a  m  BIB  cfei  Thc Latest and Most  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and  Untrimmed  I?**-"-"*.  1-5.5  *-r.*<y������  hi  m  ������>������  Madison   Millinery   Parlors  pi -          |H Misses Shepard & Bell  -*&���������_- McKunzie Avunue      oo*J*>  _SS5S*?ff?S^������S^ffl5SB!^^  ii-U ^_" -. va C__*i_*i" K-ii__xJi"_4'fissl *i/ii'i_*iiV&i( ������&������  m  C-cfi  MMi* P.  mm  COMING!  .lust   li)   hand, the    finest shipment of   130Y.S'   liLOUSl*. >iUIT.S  These ,*ii*i_? the best make in Canada and don't, rip anywhere.  lens w0��������� .^  "iN'i* have just, opened up a  large  range  of   Ileautil'iil   f-iatei'ii-Lini'd  All-Wool Serge and Worsli-red Suits and marked t.liema way down.  CALL AND SKI*: US IJl.FOl.!*. 1JUYINC1 F.LBFW1I E1U-1.  ^) THF.   W1DF-AWAIC13   BUSIXIOSS   -MUX,   .M AOKICXZIE   AVK.   @  b " ���������     ��������� ��������� -- '" m  ^  >*>'���������   1%.  if   i    .   ii''"''3,  r>    tf,*., [Bit  Atxtf."*  "T  ^  ,A  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots %t5 and $100  RICVKLSTO Kill. O.  P-CMM-P-.!.*.1, .H.jJflx/jAtt ilH/UmiBVI  rrm-i ;i_.i'._-giKB������Ev������nv,������ii .,���������l.i-...������������^,  The difl'crcncc between  rent paying' and tlie  Birlcbeek plan  of Rent  Purchase.  RENT PLAN  Pay $10 or $15 per nionlli for the  use of somebody else's boiwe for  10 years. At the end of that*  liuu* tin* landlord owns the  bouse and money, tho renl.payer  has a p.u kage nf receipts.  BIRKBECK  PLAN  Pay from SH) to  $15 per  month  for the  use  of a hr.itie for.  years.      Al'lhe end of that time  you   own your  home   and save  money ever after.  for I'ttrtliur inioniiiitio:'. upply lo  LEWIS BROS, Or tO       . ,,.G.'s. MeCARTER,-.'  General Agents.      '        ' SGlicitot-.  ^'���������^^������������������Ji^-^f^^js'-ii'^^'-ti^^'-iy-^^^  fr  NOTARY ������  PUBLIC,'    _.  ��������� fr  *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  I f\ I'. It. TOWMSITK,  ! MAU.*, TOWXSITK.  FINANCIAL" i '    <'!Ui.i-l.i..Mv.'l*,'.i<i* Ciir.Mii-rtllnii..  J*l.G-_-2���������I^rrI,   -E*0"K,  REAL ESTATE-  CiuihiIil l,(.ririini(.|it ,'c WeMern  - ijiimiilii .MnriKiim* Cori-ni-iiil  ( ISqulliibiu ."iiviiiK.s J,nun nml Uulliliiijj A.socintlon.  i  lJ    QT TT> ATJrT**!   I    (���������".���������nporliiinri'.      Ciinirrliiui Kii-t-.      Mercantile _-'ire.  I \     *jLH\illlLE   !    _'l".ii"*iiiiii lire.      (JiilriiiMiliiu I'lre.  I C.nieilei'iiiiMii l.iie.      Alius Kire.  J ) Vi      FOK SALK, IIOUHiiS FOL. SALIC AND RKNT.  A^ss_RevelstoI_e Station.  ���������fr  fr  *���������  fr  *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  .*  t  -fr-  if  >f  P*������*g**t'^-*-*^lfr.>*fr^-frg*J">.C**-f*>_*-^I**^^  Kicked by a Stallion.  C. B. Paget lost his white, mare yes-  terday. Her Ies: was broken by a kick  from a stallion belonfcinfj to C. Tnrn-  ross, which has been allowed to run at  large in town for somo time pa������t and  she had to, be destroyed, lt is bad  enough to have the/' ordinary plug  ' wandering round tow^i in droves, the  way they are, but when it comes to  stallions the limit is reached. At liust  night':) council the mayor was cm.  powered to take prompt action to  uhate this nuisance and no doubt he  Will deal with it effectually.  NRW IJUSI.MDJ-P  The .Mayor broiijiht up *i case reported by Rev. .0. A. Procunier of a 1,-uly  with two children in destitute eircum  stances al the ("itv hotel, who wiitited  assistance from the city to set to  Rossland.  Thc council then adjourned.  Duchesnay a Smelting Point.  The new town of Dnchi-snay. as the  old towr.-iti* nf .Selkirk at the* font r.f  Trout lake, i.s apparently to lie filled,  will be a spot worth wjili'liiiig, Il is  alto;_"cth.'r likely lobe the smelting  town of the Lardrau distiiet. lhe lake  pi.trim; within en~y .tcei'**.*-: the in*  frum the niini'.*) localfd on the creek",  which i-mpty into il on both sboi c***.  while ll'ixing tnatcrial i.- ea**.ily ob  taiuabli'in Iho Liirdi'-I'mifitii diatriH .  Tlu'-o ores are both wet nnd dry. Tin*  posiliiui of Dii"lio.*,n.iy i- vol y fa- or*  alili* for a smell mi; point.  The Coming Event ofthe Season  .at Tapping's Opera   House  The public generally are htiiling with  delight the coining of die .lames Waul  Co. of fifteen people, for three nights  iu a vopertuiiv of plays, which h.-i.-  bcen a long fell want in Revelstoke.  This, company headed as it in by the  original James Ward is the same  identical organi'/alion which has been  doing, such an enormous biisini-s.*,  throughout the Eastern .States- and  Canada, and th'j -iinie which did the  largest busine.-.- a.h The ("entralTheater'  San Francisco in the history of comedy  and drama there. Ttis gratifying to  iearn that this elegant combination   ks  m i.-i>i;iin .-.\-irl,     lie, f.li- I l.rpi* - Tli-:*-lll<  .Inly 17-18-11) which is in itself pioof  of  thoir stability and -.vorth.  The ]il-*ly'*. to '".'-- produced will Ik*  found in the advertising columns.  Rlc'r.a-d & Pringle's Minstrc's  Tbe date of  thi* liichai'd .t Richard  Si Pi-ingle's gigantic min-trei  nggi cgn-  tion perforiiuinie her* is .\ug V2  The hiiiirof the big stii-.*!,   p.ir.nl.'   is  2.'.'.l) p. in. on llu*  day   cf  their  arrival  in this city.  This  iiiiignillici'nt slic-l **pi*i larli* is j  worth]    -ii't'ing.        a*i     it,       pro*.ent  Telltiionc Xo. 101.  I'. O. Jiox T  u.;.  1,4.  No. 5 K.-V/.-C. ELOCEl, MKE-SOW, B. C. ..  Gold, Silver Lend and Copper Mines wnnteil at the fW'li.xeliiiiik'e. "  l'-reeMiU'inK Uolil I'roperiies wanted a: oneo for Ennei'iiinvostors.  Parties luivinir milling property for sule nre requested to *;cii(l siniiples of their c  to the Kxeliiinije fur I*.**hil>:iion.  All niimplesMioiild be sent liy express PropaiJ. Corre.siionilenee t.6lleited.  Address nil eoiiiniiinicallons to    3 ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER, ��������� ��������� '  Nelson, b.c.  ������������������".'i'i." ���������>.������������!���������.������������������������.��������� j ������^������gr-gnr>.i..m^Ji).i*.'j'-iii,j*i..-8wi.*wtii������*ngi^-..-  llonest admiration is elected' by  those who wear our clothes. They are  always correct, eloganl, suitable."it is  pleasing "to be well attired, and pleasing to be conscious that others admire  your taste. Sly buying hero you disarm criticism aud usually save yourself cash.    .    .'   ..  .    .    .-   -  HIGH CLASS LADIES'   ������������������'���������/  CUSTOM TAILORING  J.B'(ressMn--THEARf  T- ATT   OP?*  ,    MeKKNZIE   AVENUE  Larue and Well  Sample 'tuoni.s..  "*^-_'.-_'-d*^-*J*e-^**-,:tf*^^^  .*������  J.F. McLeod  Confcciioncr and Grocer  ',*-'llt(!'i                                                              Healed by Hot Air und .Electric  '                          . .,,,������������������  .      Hulls anil LiglitIn every room  Free Hns Steets All Trains  Ileasoiiuble Kates    A GOOD  name.;.. .:  ^HOTEL  YIOTOBIAju.  ' JOHN V. PERKS, PitopuiK'i'oit  Kiitlit  Grill i*to*)=i :u C'Miiiei'tion tor the Conv.iili.ii_o of Guests  Jlol"������Ji.blKtol_a"iaiation    ' U������WB Qs*fe������lk@9    Ho^ii  \V,,|.Lil*[ -,-l*lll_., -*.*' t l, |f I ".* *.'   I, . r.   j     Q j J . w   w  a numb :r nl'att.i'ictivo   features   never*!  ij||}/  seen hero before, | Jul 1  Two br.i.-s bauds |',u*ni->b th"   iimit'li-j  TKLM-:  I'KL'IT SVKUPS  Am* Uw fliLVns n'-cil nt  JJKW8     KUUNTAr.Vi  TIIK  ICK CRKAM   EJSMI)  i.s Lhe very bcsl ancl  iruc   to   its   name.  'I iierc i.������ iimple accoin morln tion  bclilii'l tiie hPrcr-n, whore you  cnn sit over jo.ir ilciiffons nnd  .;oii!inj_j'*rlraugIit wliile you rlmt  with yonr fricri'ls fin*, enjoy  yourself gtMierally.  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  .Druggist and  Stationer. . .  ing   niu-ic. A    number   of stylt-hj  imporlid I'"ng!i*-h cults drawn l>y I  Kentucky thntuiighbied hoi-M**. -imi-h!  .ill'.iiiM���������nr"* i������iily .i. few of its many!  nolicable feature**".  This org.ini'/ati.'in cArrics ils o*.% n  Ciulo.nl of scenery, its own -liiiiir nf  IvuiiLuclcy stock, irnpritt.il ''.'iits. i*:i .  and is I r.in>pori cl in its own i'nliiii ,n  I'.ll.lLO cms. ^^  CORRESPONDENCE  BROWN 1II.0CK.   TEL. its.  i;i*n>.r otiliiiiAi.!':  De.ti S.r,-1 would like lo inak" ,i  cniri-ction in tlv ai count of I lie fool-  Irill luatib al Ccildcii ropied by llu-  Hhiiai.I) last Saturd iy fiom lhe  Gol.len I'.r.i. T did not aclinowledge  that I was oil'side when I kicked lhe  goal which made 1 he mutch a win for  the I'ising Kturs. Tbe referee's  dec sion that. I was not oil" side stands  and the g tint*, w.is not a draw, it was a  victory lor the lievelstoke team.  Yours truly,  Oro. Ijj.avo  Notice.  The cily has I'or kiiIi*--ii quantity of  blankets, tents etc. Apply lo His  Worship the Mayor,' W. M. Hi own  Ksi|.  W. M  (  E- Sua w,  City Clerk.  15  PEOPLE  fn lepi-rloire  prc.dueing the giealesl  ea*-ti*i n *-uci es~<"S  ���������Wednesday Juiy 17--���������  Through   by   Daylight   or New  Vork in Slices.  -Thursday July 18 --  Ten   Nights   in   a   Bar   Room  .his. Ward's own copyrigllfd version  iril rod ui ing  ("arric  halt bet bi ig.idc.  - -Friday July 19--  Red Fox, the Great Irish Drama  House I-urniiure for Sale  Mm. .1. 0. 'Irulinni offcrn' dir mill* llie ivlinlo  o( llir r,iiil,*iii-, t,t ii,;r ihii*lll.it;, Si;(.i)ml-.Sli*e(ii.  I'it-'iii-i rle-nriMii oi |nir/*hn*ilii*( will |.|(.hmj ciill  iti ihe lioiircori mid nfler the .til Iini. IjuIu<*cii  lhe hours ol uw) j*.in. tin.I live p.in.       Jv-Otl  A host of specialties in each prodnc-  I ion.  A mammoth company of FOastcrn  Slurs.  Hear the great Eastern Quartette,  See the singing und ditncing special-  lies.  See llie Carrie Nation Hatchet Hrig-  ndc.  Listen lo the smashing of l,ho saloons.  Wliich lhe rum drinkers run.  See the great, "Al neldo," the greatest  lifpiilibrist living.  , Lost  l.imf pviilni; lif-tweori Mr. Iili'lclc'x Iioufc mill  Ihi* -tiill.,11 A 1,-uly'iiWatch In Hold HunlliiK  (Jit-*.* iD^iither wuli 11 rinort yn.'ce of i-luiiu and  inf'.-tj i.in niliirli(;<l. binder will l,e -nilnibly  rei'.nriled on reiiirnin** -.nine to S. ..'MN_> |,  IteveMok". Mm Hon. Jy G  FCR SALE.  Cliolee rPHlili'nllnl liroper ty on Mncken-'ic  Avenue, 'l'liri'e l.*il*i nyxt to Iir. Mcl,cair.*i  reiltlcnee.   Apply to J. SI. Scott.  Help Wautcd.  A young girl for light house work in  small family, no washing. Apply  HKllALO ofilcv.  ���������S  H  Lots will be sold at a considerable reduction up to  July 10th, 1901.  Now is the time for prospective purchasers (0 buy.  R. H. MAYNE, Sole Agent!  REVELSTOKE. '  LY  Af  Ml  ; /  iii


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