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 .... r   .  ���������"  t  t-B*"  i,  I  Vol    V. No   67  REVELSTOKE B.C.     WEDNESDAY,  JULY  24, 1901.  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  &ca  &&4&1><m**fJt**W**-**r4/4#4-<^04^s  Our Tea txrid Coffee Trade is  steadily ��������� gtowing. Why V  Because ���������we curry the best  procurable. There is nothing equal  to  RAM   LAL'S  FiVE O'CLOCK  BEN HUR  Pure Mocha   and   Java Coffees  always in stock.  British Columbia  Strawberries  will be. in tliis week.    Also  CHERRIES  APPLES   .-  i-^;!i_l-Rl6TS. ���������*'-'���������'���������'���������<- "'"'-���������  gla.  Now, In  215-GASES-215  BERRiE DISHES  WATER PITCHERS  TUMBLERS  (iCELETS  Lemonade* Setts  _R:_ettici'-tha n_._evcr..  A nice range of Parlor Lamps  Prices surprisingly low.  FRUIT SAUCERS  BREAD AND BUTTER  PLATES  CRACKER JARS  CHAMBER SETTS  A nice line to choose irom  FRUiT JARS  Pints    .Quarts     Half Gallons  C.B. HUME  &C0  AROUND THE  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  ~T. "Wilson, bridge foreman of an  extra gung, of Rogers Puss wus in  town on Mond-i-y..  Conductor Fli-Unnil -Mrs. Flatt are  in Nelson returned from their lroney-  inoon trip. They will make their  home in Nelson.  Wmuikn-IIaokhtt. On 13th inst. nt  Fernie by Rev. D. li Goii'loir. A. K.  Warren of the C. P. R. office to Miss  i\Iarg.'iret ll.-ii-k.ctc.  11. Davies, a woll known employe of  tin. C.P.R. at, Hegina, i.s visiting BarrlV  when: he will undergo treat ment for  muscular rheumatism.  3. A. McLaren, of Vancouver, hau  assumed charge of tho ticket department in the Spokane it Northern  railway office in Nelson.  Very few of tho .-linking trackmen  of this division are now left:in Nelson,  railway construction in Lhe Lardeau  having absorbed most of them.  O. If. Becker, who was formerly  agent for the Canadian Pacific at  l.hnH, lias succeeded George Stevens  as travelling freight agent for the  C.P.R.,  ' J. Hull, general foreman of the'C.  P.li.shops nt Winnipeg, is to be transferred as niabter mechanic to Vancou-  verjiind his position is to be filled by  Mr. niaird.  "W.Surthorland, yardmaster of the  E. & N. railway was instantly killed on  Monday inoriiing while Lttempting to  couple two passenger coaihds at Russell street station.  T. Booth, who hap been employed in  the 0. P. 11. freight sheeds here for  some time, loft on Saturday for lingers  Pass, where he will be in charge of the  coaling station.  " XV. Works, formei'ly of the C. P. R.  al Portage, has been appointed road-  master of the' C. N. R. lines west of  Gladstone.- "Works is, .an -bld'employe  of theC). P. li., having "been with  them in 1S83.    ���������  ��������� Bert Coultry, brakeman on the C. P  R., met with a serious accident _at  Melila. on Tuesday, getting his head  caught in a brake chain. He was  taken to the Brandon hospital, iind is  progressing favorably. He resides in  Winnipeg.  The Canadian Pacific Railway management have decided to increase the  trans-continental service next year.  It will be increased by two trains each  way next year. One of them will be  very fast, while the other will be  more of a business train.  "W. Brown orre of the oldest of the  C. P. R., conductors in the. west, has  been appointed trainmaster at Rat  Portage. R. Downing, who has been  running on the local east-of Winnipeg, has taken Brown's place on the  Imperial Limitad run between the  lake port and Winnipeg.  * G. H.Peake, C.P.R. freight clerk  "a.TSrslici'oft^whs^unfortunate5-enough'  to meet with a painful accident" ona  evening this week. He boarded the  east-bound local to have a ride snd  when about a mile out jumped from  the car with the result that his left  arm'was broken and his face badly-  cut.  Mechanical Superintendent W.  Cross and Mrs. Cross arrived from  Winnipeg on Saturday morning, en  route for Vancouver, where Mr. Cross  "is nn a visit of inspection. .At this  place they were joined by Miss Lillian  Cross, who spent'the previous ten days  in town here as the guest of Mrs.  Curtis.  E. J. Coyle, general passenger agent  of the Canadian Pacific, says that the  construction'of the proposed cut-off at  Field, on the main line, will make a  considerable saving both in' respect to  time and operating expenses. Tlie cutoff will be seven miles in length and  will be very heavy work from a construction point of view, but it" will  soon s ive its cost in' the operation cf  thc road. ,      .-  An official shuffle has heen made at  the C.P.R. offices in Nelson which  has made a number of important  changes in the local staff. "William  Summcrton, from Calgary has been  installed as ticket agent at the depot.  C. K. Beasley, who has temporarily  occupied that position during the last  few weeks has been transferred to the  freight department. J. N. Davidson  has retired from the company's service and will devote his whole time to  the business of the Waverley hotel.  His place has lieen* taken by J. E.  Newport, who has been acting cashier  for tlie past few weeks.  Patrick Hayes, of Vancouver, was  killed on the track Friday morning in  the vicinity of the sugar refinery. The  body was badly mutilated, the right  arm being cut off at the shoulder and  the  right  foot   -also   being  cut   off.  There was a big gash under the chirr  and cuts near eyes and on the head.  The accident is supposed to have  happened at the time a freight train  went out iilxmt three o'clock in the  morning. When the Imperial camo  along 15 hours late, about I o'clock,  the body was noticed lying on the  track and the train was stopped,  .lust how the accident occurred is a  mystery. The deceased was about 27  or 80 years of age, was employed at  the 0. -P.. R... roundhouse, and was  known as a very steady and temperate youi'g man.  A  ADVERTISERS  Test Case in County Court  Results in Verdict for Defendants.  i  The man.who yields to temptation  anil follows the ignis futuii. of "fake"  advertising in vara lily finds that ho bus  been led into a trap. The latest illustration of the folly of listening to the  specious arguments of t.he advertising  specialist from across the bonier was  given in tha County Court yesterday,  in the trial of Daily et al. \s. British  Columbia Market company. Plani-  .ill's carry on an advertising business  in Chicago, and employ travelling  agents to secure orders. Their method  of doing .business, ��������� as revealed in the  evidence, ia.somewhat as follows. An  agent arrives in a town and visits the  principal hotel proprietors offering to  furnish, free, of cost, n ma-iiiiliceiit  piece' of orpamental silverware - to  decorate the counter in the hotel  office, Photographs of the '���������cubinei"  are shown, very attractive in appearance, ami the hotel man is deluged  with a description of its beauty and  utility' All he is asked to possess this  artistic treasure, is his promise to  display it on his counter for a matter  of two years. This part of the business settled the agent proceeds to  interview the principal merchants and  dilate upon the" ad vantages of allowing theif, cards to be displayed in the  spaces blocked out in the base of the  cabinet,' Every possible inducement  and all kinds' of ..assurances:'are-.given'  to persuade tlie.merchaut to advertise.  .When the agent has done "filling him  with hot air" the business man is  -tlmost inclined to sign anything  placed b'.fore him lo get rid of the ad.  sharp, so he executes a contract which'  hinds bim to pay a handsome sum for  the privilege of displaying his name  and style to. those guests .whose eyes  may chance to light .upon it in  moments of abstraction.  In the court yesterday it was shown  to the satisfaction of the presiding  judge that the agent in this particular  case represented that the cabinet  would be 2") feet high, and would cost  $230 to $300, when ns a matter of fait  the article delivered to the 'Hotel  Driard was abont 19 inches high, and  was passed .through the customs at a  valuation of$35. Defeudents pleaded  misrepresentation on the part of  plaintiff's agent. They alleged that he  told their manager that Mr. Hart-  nagel was very desirous and recommended that they should secure space  on the desirable advertising medium,  -which Mr. Hurtnagel positively-denied:  Wilh the understanding that the  cabinet was a very grand affair, which  would command the attention of everyone- who entered the hotel, auu to  oblige Mr. Hartnagel, defeiidati-.s  signed an agreement to pay plaintiffs  $'30 for an advertisement. When they  learned the true facts and saw the  cabinet, they refused payment and the  plaintiffs brought action.  Judgement was given for defendant's.  This case is somewhat in the nature  of| a test case, .us 17 or IS other  advertisers have refused to pay the  Daily company on the same grounds-  misrepresentation and failure to carry  out their contract. -.,  Moral���������Advertise in the newspipers,  the only reliable'- and legitimate  advertising medium.--Colonist.  POLICE COURT.  (Bclore J. D. Sibbald, P. JI.)  On Monday afternoon Henry Russe'l  Tick nor, better known by his second  name of Russell, a section foreman on  tbe C. P. R. was charged with stealing  a watch and chiin belo lging to P.  Leveque. The prisoner detached a flve  dollar gold piece from the chain and  gave it to Malcolm Ross, who bought a  bottle of whiskey with it and-handed  the prisoner back the change. The  prisoner admitted the charge but  pleaded drunkenness at the. time and  that he did it for a joke. v* The case was  adjourned till yesterday morning  when .* the magistrate dismissed Ross  as innocent of any connection with the  theft and sentenced Russell to six  months imprisonment with hard  labor.  The following was the score at the  gun club practice shoot on Saturdav,  20 birds, unknown angles: Class I'l  J. G. Barber, 12, gold button ; A. J.  McDonell 11. silver button; H. A'*  Brown 9; C. R.*.Skene 9. Class 2. T  E. L. Taylor 8, gold button; A. E-  Phipps 0.  Thorough Examination of the  Lade Group ;By Representatives of the New Company.  Speaking on Tuesday, to tlie Ilmi.u.u,  Mr. ,L J. Voung, who' had returned  from atrip to the Lade group, on  Gainer creek, the night before, said  that he hud been on the property in  company with W. B. Pool and Burny  Crily, foreman nt the Nettie h, who  had subjected il, to a thorough examination, the result of which is Unit he  bolieves there i.s actually enough free  gold quart/, and telluriilc ore in sight  to equal the purchaso price of the.  property, $100,01.0. The claims lie  very high up, about 8,000 feet, <.,���������i-  siderably above timber limit. The  deficiency in ti in her has been supplied  by tho purchase, of a claim covered  with timber, adjoining the group, for  the sum of $.*.,000 cash. The first  payment on the bond was made last  week, $5,000. Mr. Young had in his  possession the certificate of tho  famous trial shipment assayed iit  Kaslo in '07, which went 507 ounces of  gold to the ton. He himself pounded  up a iew pounds of quartz which he  had chipped off, in which there was no  gold at all visible to tho naked eye  and found on panning it out that the  value to the ton ran away up into the  thousands. The name of the new  company is the Oph'ir-Lado Mining  Syndicate, Limited, with head office  in Calgary, business office in Ferguson. The capital is $120,000, all .of  which is subscribed. It is 'tho intention to go to work on the properly  right awav and Mr." Pool will return  iir there with a party, of miners very  shortly. A stamp mill will be erected  on the ground and the tailings treated  by the cyanide process.  CORRESPONDENCE  Editor of. Herald:  Sin.���������Kindly insert ,the following:  ���������A- resphition.was _ passed in ���������- Di vision  "NoTlbTr.tV of A** July 17tli, ~for"  publication.* But "an error appeared  in mentioning any names of papers.  It'should have read-"to all papers that  are advocating our cause" according  to the resolution in the minute book. '  1 '  ' Yours respectfully,  T. J. Gi..urA_.r.  Sec. B.R.T.*-of A.  Fresh Discoveries of the Yellow  Metal in the Lardeau.���������Gold  On the Trilby Group.  LastSunday Isidore Cague, a woll  known French-Canadian, prospector,  came into Ferguson from Ten Mile, at  the mouth of Gainer Creek, with live  hundred dollars worth of nuggets and  dust, which ho had washed out <_if the  creek at (hat point; $,'100 of tho gold  was fine nnd tho balance in nuggets,  some of them going a.s much as an  ounce apiece or even more. It* is  believed that this amount only represents a portion of this gold washed hy  Sir. ('ague in Uio creek.  On Sunday evening ."0 guests sat  down to dinner at lh__ liolel Pen-  dragon, Camborne. During the  evening a fresh strike was announced  and only six people turned up for  brea kfast.  There are some thirty or forty prospectors exploring the range just south  of Revelstoke, across the Illecillewaet.  for this end of the free milling gold  belt.  A prospector came into Camborne  last, Sunday and reported a strike of  free milling ��������� quartz on the Trilby  group which* is located on the upper-  waters of Sable creek aird belongs t o  the Double Eagle Mining Ae,Development Co.  Bernard Macdonald, superintendent  of the Leroi, wont into Camborne on  Sunday.  How Saturday's  No.   I   Was Delayed.  Siiturda'y's_Nr\ 1, due here at 0.20  p. in.-on that day came in at about 0  a. m. on Monday'morning. The Winnipeg Telegram accounts for the delay  as follows: .. .' '  ���������'All day Friday persistent rumors  were circulated throughout the city'  reporting the-3 wreck of the west  bound limited at Cross Lake, near  IngoK,-102 miles east of Winnipeg.  One report everr went so far as to  state lhat the train was demolished,  seven personsJiejug IdUedjuid fourteen"  others injured." -Tlie' C.~Rl������'ottl'ciais7  however, assured all comers that these  rumors added but another proof that  "rumor is a lying jade." They stated  emphatically that the passenger, train  was not hurt in any way. All. that  occurred was that a freight ran off the  lines about 5.30 in the-morning, the  engine and four cars being derailed.  Steps were at once taken to notify the  oncoming Limited and she w,;.s easily  slopped some distance from tin* wreck.  Thi.s is tlie official story and nothiiif.*  more is known exiept that up lo 2 ii  m. this inoriiing Ihe express had not  arrived and that about!). Ml) a. m. yesterday a wrecking tiain was sunt out  lo cleai' the track. No. 2 pulled out of  Winnipeg about the same time and  was according to In I eat advices tied up  al, Konnie. 11 may lu* some consolation lo anxious friends to state Lhat  the coinpanv evidently did not consider lire occuri'i'iict.' serious. Messrs.  Leonard, McPherson and McNTenll  went cast in the morning to inspect  the new Lac du Hon net line and all  the senior ollicials ofthe railway leil  I'or home fairly early in the evening.'"  ANOTlll-.it    lll*:i'lll!T.  "Just bufuri1 going to pre****: another*  report ri-.'U'hi-d here, which adds a new  feature In the accident. It appeals  that thu disaster occurred at an open  switch, apparently left unguarded.  The freight train approaching from the  east ran over Lhejmiction which lies  between two iMiibankrrrents. The  engine, tender and four cars l*_*ft the  track and were ignominiously piled in  the ditch, while thc fit~l_.li car fell across  the main track in such a manner as lo  impede all further progress-. Li this  manner ir buffer was formed and the  train running slowly at thu Mint, was  quickly slopped. How the engineer  and lireniiin escaped is a mystery. It  seems lo be certain that, neither was  injured, .-mil t-ho only explanation that  expertraih'oad hands credit i.- Lhat  Lhey jumped to the clear side in time  lo save their skins. The question of  the unguarded -switch is also one which  .loom.- to require some explanation. In  all probability the strike had removed  the ordinary section gang and the  company had been unable to replace  them. Hence it would be easy for an  evilly disposed person to approach the  line at an out-of-the-way spot unil  under eov-.r ol darkness, tamper with  Lhe rigliL-of-wny. Whether this is or  is not tlie true explanation will probably never be settled: but the fait  remains that the wreck occasioned  considerable uneasiness, much of  which Wiis quite unnecessary."  Hospital Site Chosen." _ t  On Monday evening last at a meeting of the directors of the Queen  Victoria Hospital Association it was  linally decided to/close with an offer  .made, by.,Jndge Sproat. as .agent for  ,the Farwell townsite of the" whole of  block 57 for the sum of $1000. This  site is situated immediatelv opposite  the City hotel between First St. and  the railway. Its soutli bonndaiyvis  Government road. The whole block  comprises over an acre of land. This  site is very centrally located, a consideration which carried great "weight  wilh the directors.  SID   &   YOUNG  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  Our Entire Stock of  Summer.Goods  ..Ladies  oon't   miss  the   opportune   io    complete     yonr  puichases   of   Summer   goods   at     BARGAIN     PRICES.  Blouses, Whitewear, Wash Goods,  Summer ..    Dress      Goods,  Sailor Hats Children's   Headwear  ��������� I.  The stock must bo reduced ahd early purchasers will get   the full benefit,  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing" are included in the  Also   Bargain    Figures in    Men'  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  s  Our Desire to   make  room  for "Fall  Importations  is  your  opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  t  REID   &   YOUNG  LATEST NEWS  BY WIRE  British Freight Train Captured  By Boers  PEACE NEGOTIATIONS IN LONDON  Wreck of a  Passenger  Train   on   the  Denver   &    Rio    Grande.-Stationary  Firemen and   Engineers   go   Back  to  Work in Pennsylvania.���������Carrie Nation  Gets   Thirty  Days   in   the   Skookum  House.���������Fatal Explosion oi Petroleum  0:1 Board an  America  Ship.���������Fire   in  Port nu Prince. Hayti.  Dbn-vkh,   July   21.���������It,  is   reported  that    a     westbound    Denver Si Rio  Grande passenger train on the narrow  gauge has  heen   wrecked   near   Marshall Pass, Colorado, and n number of  persons injured. '  J My dos. July 21.���������"We heir rumors," says the London Daily News,  "that negotiations with a view to  pence in South Africa are proceeding  in London."  'Cai-b Tow.w July 24.���������Lord Kitchener wires from Pretoria that a  train  from Gape Town with 113 details and  stores    was   held   up,   captured  and  burned at Scheeper, S miles  north of  l.eauofi-c    "U'est,   on   the  21st.   The  British   lost    three    killed    and    IS.  wounded.    Gen. French reports that  Crabbe with 300 men was attacked in  the  mountains,    near   Craddoek,  by   '  Kritzinger  on  the   21st.   The horses  stampeded and an all day fitfbt ensued.  Crabbe fell  lKick'ou  Mortimer.   Our '  lossis slight.    .       .  Topeka, Kan.. July 24.���������Mrs. Currie ,  Nation, . temperance advocate, and  saloon smasher, has been fined ������100  and sentenced to 30 days in jail'for  disturbing, the peace and dignity of  Topeka City by a Sunday- "joint" ���������raid-"'"*  last Mureli.. * ���������  Stockholm, July 24.���������An explosion .  of'petroleum  on   board .an American  schooner   in   harbor  here  yesleiday  killed the captain   and 10 of his  crew,  also four Swedish customs officials.  ScRANToy, '   Pa..    July     21 The  stationary firemen and x-.oal operators  are again at peace in Pennsylvania.  Nearly all the strikers including a  number, of the engineers, who. went  out in sympathy are back in their old  places'.'1  Port au Prince, Hayti, July 24.���������  o  Fifty   horses were   destroyed   by fire   -  here yesterday and many firemen were  injured.  - THE HOT WAVE  New Tork, July 21.���������Five people  committed suicide on Mondav in New  ,-    , " *i  iork   city   as   a   result   of   the   hot  weatlicrritris"believed7i-Eight"i}ei'sons"s~_  wore drowned and a number rescued  from death wliile bathing.  At Omaha than* have been nine  deaths and a number of prostrat ions.  Kight deaths' from heat and many  prootrations is the record for St.  Louis. Mo., during the past 21 hours.  The weather is getting cooler.  Many sections of Minnesota and the  Dakulas report temperatures from  100 to 10S yesterday. The temperature  in Kansas reached 110.  i 1������������0&JMMHf*lrj*Mf������j9^^  Hot Shot From a Rossland  Banker.  A Montreal magnate" recently at.  Rossland was making a lament to';*  local bank magnate. The Montreal  magnate said: "Capiialists like myself have lost million**, in- mining in  Biitish Columbia."  The local b.mk magnate replied: "O,  come ollf the perch, you people make  me dead tired. The whole outfit of  you from Montreal and Toronto have,  dug up less than ilnee millions for  mining in Brilis-h Columbia. You  have purchased shares in mining "companies from each other and lost  money, but you have not lost a dollar  through purchasing and working  mines. You have allowed sharp  American" mining men to cold deck  you at a game that you did not under-  btand, aod now you come out here  whining ibout the millions that the  mines of British Columbia owe you  when, as a matter of fact, you haven't  the nerve to take hold of a piece of  property and take chances of making  a mine of it."  It is not reported what the Montreal  magnate said in reply.���������Nelson Tribune.  ���������We have a fresh supply of tanglefoot fly paper, poison fly paper, insect  powder and blowers at Canada. Drug  Sz Book Co.  ���������If.  *&������ *r.'."*).'.7".���������n". ���������WT.Z&il.WT  ���������h,-*c**PmHTi*t������TC*.*('  -'W'^Wm-ii*"*^ *���������*���������*������������������'��������� *w������    m  -i������-^*i^.jsB2K^^  1joi|cl5iol'iC^(tv'ilil nm  hit's journal  ll i a U ut it u  '  ,1  I alt*.gel hi-r   iiiilii'iird  Piiblislietl liy  ''The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A.  JOHNSON,  Mflnajdiif! 'niri'i't.-r.  nl' in l!iil.i*-.!i  l-'iiliiiiiliiiu'.sic|i| uiiili'i' llieiliiv .stress ..I  ;in election   ciiiili'sl..    Hul. llie   plan i.**  arbitral t'd by tlisl lit Is.  Hei-unil ��������� All iii*ii.liini*,t.s on sirike   In  lit!   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Local notices 10 cents per line .:*"l>  issue. Birth, Marrlugc antl Heath Nntl.*.***  free.  SfRSCRII'TION KATES.  l'.y mail or p������**rler J'J per annum; ?1.'J."> fur  six months strictly In advance.  OI'I! JOII  IlKlMlsTMIIST.  Hone of ihe host equipped prliilini! offices in  the Weil ami prepared I.. cxeciue nil Iliads t.i  printliiK fn lirstclnsn style "t huliesi prices.  Due. Price to all. So Jnli" tun la rue���������none imi  small���������forus. Mall orders promptly attended  to.   Give us a trial on .your hum order.  TO f.*OI!l:l'-S|\.NI>l'.NTS.  *A'e Invite correspondenci. on any stihjecl  oi Interest lo lhe iteneral pul.He. In all���������vtu.x'r  the t-fina Ihle iiauie of ilie writer inn*-! aci.oiii.  pany manuscript, hilt nut neccs-urily fur  i'lihliealiuii.  .-.ddres. all communications l<> Hie Mniiancr.  NOTICI.  TO COlIIIK-I'l.Nl.K.VTS.  1.���������All correspondence iiiii-t I." !*.'**il..ly  written on one slile of Hie paper only.  -'.���������Corre'sponileuce I'liuliilr.lii*.' pi*r**oiiitl  matter must tie signed with tin.' proper nniiit..  of lhe writer.  <.i  ...GROCAN,  Kdftt.r.   ,'"I-Vas ,'!,i''<'" ������r.K<������"> iH'������vy  ���������'"l|iiriv-r..i������..*-w.-.-k.  wiii,*i.  is  ....t. sub*  .���������hid,   il.eerhiinly is l li.-ii- tltil.y l.o Uj" | ���������,(,.,,.,! i���������n,*l,i,,*a,i  1l���������*..*,*v.*,nl ol'   ���������i-  bil'i'.'itinu ��������� In ia rd In ilnlub.ii'l: l.o Hi.'  lime I he men ri'lurn tn work,  l''mirl h���������Artii'li's ul' .*ii':,".*|.(.iiii"iil, shall  lit* signed by litil.li s'.ilfs .���������i;,'i't'*..|liy In tin*  above basis nl' arbii ration.  l'iflli���������The abnye basis I'm* a settlement, nl' the pri'seiit strike shall tint  a pply fn firms, members nl' the National Metal Trades iissncialinii. jiml til hers  whieli hnvivmiidi* set l.ieini'iil.s. '  ll. is boliovi'd |.hit an i'.;iv.'iii'.||l. vv it!  be ri-nrlu'-iUii a. fnw���������days.  CORRESPONDENCE-   -  j |i(.i.ji!t* til' I In*   provii.t-i- tn  iiilopt.     We  have a ri^ht I"  hear   I'tnin   t lieiusflve*.  ! *iuil   not   iiii*i-i*1 \- from their apologists  i ..i*   ei il ies   in   the   press,   what    their  I .iiiiiry   will: repaid lu ruiKvny, iniiiiiif;'  Vtiid business ni.'ii.ters ^eneinlly  is  and  ;    lint are their ai'iis and intentions fur  j .he future.    We have a right to  know  i what,   liianiH'i' of   men our   rulers are  .mil what,   they  luivi* .got   tusiiy   for  i lietnseh'os*.    This nl liliule of isolation  may be very iiiiisnilieeiU but it is   mil  popular .'tttil it is not polities.  J)EA D OR ALIVE��������� '117/767/ f  tr'y, . ..-���������-,.  Wednesday, July  'nun.  :������&  THA TWA TER 1VORKS VEA L  Apes and ages ago' in the dim fnrgnl-  ten past of the early history nf   Revelstoke. the ���������city  coi mei 1  of tlmt |iic*t m-  esr_iiej epoch   pre.senteiV  l.n .I.heVstout  forefathers of the foiiiiiuinil v a bylaw:  to raise:money to purchase the waiei-  w-orks and  electric  light plant I'rnin a  local coin pany,-which is still among lis.  The liyhiw-was passed  and  ever since  the city has been making, to  the eriii*-  pany a present "of.the. monthly prolifs  of thebusiness.    Th_ I Ikuai.;) dislikes  to see lin aiicie.iit laiidimirk til' bygunt.,  days dike, this waterworks ileal swept  away.    One cannot help  feeling,   now  that it'has been  with us so long, thai  if ever it is closed out another.elic'risli;  ���������' ed  link1; withvthe golden" pastVwill be  ���������'������������������shiipped'ior eyeiy-Vv.Far be it from the  ���������. Herald  to -,*idvise any rash or ill con-'  v sidered' action   with    regard   to   this  VvR'nerable ; relic   of antiquity. .At the  l same 'time  the -latest pjea for fiirtlier  dilly^dallyment scarcely *: seeiiis ;lo.Vns  to hold vyater.Vlt appearsto the He.:-  .ALb.;that if ;'eveii; a: lnajiVrit'y ^)f .the.  '; membersjof the council are also sliare-  holders'in the- cpiiipany   they inighl.  ::AyitlioutV:danger -of   any  imprtiiiriety  'vvote.-.inVthe .interests   of   the-city'tu  ;make;;somevnibv;e: to   deprive tlieiii-  selves asiiieiiibers of tlie   company,'.'of  their/ishare^of:.the. liandKoihe profits  ': derived every 'iiibnth; bjVthe cri tn pany  : out 6f ;a'ibusiness,': which; they quite  naturally regard as:: no  Ipngei' practi-  ; cally their own .but  the  city's.   Taii;-  ;;: many v itself Vhiifrht do; this "..wit limit  dahgerof successful criticism:; ';''.'..  'I'he suggest ion which our r<UTcspnn*  ��������� lent Mr. I!.-1>,   Atkins   puts   forward  with regitrd to lht! advisability nf  trying to inake. the opening   of   the   new  liospil.-il a fe.-itiiri,'  of   1 lie.  royal   vi.-il  lieru ,'U. the end   of   September   is   an  excellent one.     There   is   very   little  ilniilit, that   Lady - Minto   herself   will  accompany, the   royal, visitors   across  the cunt incut..    .She lias already shewn  great interest in onr hospital, which   is  lheHr.stlii.hu  erected   on   the   Queen  Victoria Cottage Hospital plan,   which  ���������lin*** been-the,chitf feature,   of   her   excellency's residence in.Canada, just   as  the Victoria Order of  Nurses   was   of  her  , |)i*edecessi:r,   1/ulv   Aberdeen's.  l.atly.Miulo  is    moreover    connected  wit.li.Lord   Kevelstoke,   from,', whose  title this place lakes   its   nanie.      Wc  thi nl; that, if the claims of fhisplaci- as  ���������the chief point in the   famous,  mitring,  tlisl.ricl,  nf 'iCuotcii.iy,   at   whiehahiV  .'royal party willtouch, were fo.be properly presented,   we might,-count   on;  i.atly,Minto's nilluenciy to gut tlie   pro-  graiiimc inatle up so -as   to , inelude   a  sliipover here'..and, if vit,'���������\v.ere,''��������� 'to.   he'  found imppssilile t.o have the   bnililiiig  ready to open by; the end of September;'  it could.certaii11y:lie tii'i-anged tli.-il. the;  coriie.r stpne, could   btiVlaid: on '������������������������������������ that  occasion. VAlit tie: energy ;ahd  o t it h iis-  iiis.niiHit; into 'this   thing: right inow  might very ..'easily earn: for its a visit  at,  :itll events.: ufV!i:Jfewj;houi's;; froinVthiv  future king and '-.queen   of, -this- -"great":  Enipire and give.us a celebration.here,"  .which :would: pack   oiirvtpwn'V.:,witli  :visit.ors;ari:d Xo- whichv we ���������.'-���������'could;.; look;  witli just i(inl)le::prid.eVV fib we ver.  it-is  nowoi'-iii'yer.v If \ve want J, 'thuV.-rViyal'.  party te stop , oil'' here ::\ve:;iiiu.st:;:get  action at once and enlist, vf.ady" M into  oii-pur ,behidfV'before: itVisVfotiVMate1  altogether.    Which is it ;;to'-^he-^-de'a'd  or" alivi'i'-*.'..''.'���������;";-.::'���������'"���������'.!'���������:*���������."��������� '.''���������'���������,'���������'��������� 'V'.'-' VV:: -vVo  yCOMEyROUND AND vv  ;v.vv';L.;; 7GET7ACg.UAINTED.  ; , The qccasioiis on 'which a member of  the provincial cabinet* ventures as far  as the district of ICootenay from���������'_ thc  holy cityof-British Colainbian oliicial- -7  dom are like angel's visits, few and fai  between.v: MivWeMs has his residence  out this: way, "and we occassibiiaily  catch a glimpse of him Milting to and  fro".    Mr. Turner was  through  JCoi.te  nay a short;  wliile since bid rather as  ������������������"���������'ii farewell visit, U>   acquire  the   lates  I.VItor of !I i;i:.il.l>:    .  IIi.'iii'.Hir,���������Ynu. ask in a roeent issue  what We fiiiiln I n maik tlie net asinn  nf II. 1!. II. the I hike of Vol k's visit.  May 1 'stiffvjest Vas must, appropriate,  I he opening of the loeal Q.ieen Victoria  hospital. If this idea is gnnd i>ii,nu.;!i  .ti be taken up;'steps .should be star.ei  th  i  tv*:*?.  a  ������������������Ti.ti  &  i  **__���������'  >.*>  I  p  ���������-���������*<?  it������  ���������\ix  Ai.V  #$'  SPA.GE RESERVED-'FOR'  if***  iisas y&ffssS^ta xii   id&is^M  I"    :;   "'���������:  'Sbsi!? ������  -.-���������Jti-fT-*!?-.  .Q.i������  WRQW1  Etc.  I...    ...        *..*..-.,..      . . | . .     -,--(. ...--...       .... [      ^.v-  that way speedily, as fhe Koyal lour is j ^A  iilreatly almost arrangetl.   "lr'inin   her! (j.{i,  verv evident interest in -oiir propn.-ed i f.'.'j'  '������������������"���������.���������.. : ���������.     i ri '*-' '   ��������� ��������� ";  verv evident interest in -oiir propn.-ed i [V'lj  '   .     i r-''-'  iiosnital, we have a I'rteiul. at., com t:.xxx \ >',->,ij  1 , .  ask'  it in   time, she might add fuilhei ,  to our,t.lebt of gratitude .by'avrang.iig '  to  open.dt   in   presence; nf our fiit'iiiv j,*  king.    ."We' can  easuy;llave the jniik'-  iug linisheil by that.liuu.' if we will .but  ���������push the project at a  'proper.';pa.e,;��������� i'ii;.  at-lcast, we can have it so wc-lll'orwartl  as to liiean the same thing;.' :      -vV .  ...���������":'* ..-,. ; Vpiil'S tl'.uly.V,V::V-.-!. ���������:  ;':;:.',:vl3.:H;'A'n:iNs.  SPAOE^SERg^^FOR   : |  ...*.-.-���������.-.._-. ......  __- _.-. . ^  Mi till  'Revelstoke  Station. -  ���������_-������'.-,���������.! ������������������_rn:  I'HatiGQ 'l-to v'Pree^pto.rs ������������������:���������;. ,of  ." :;;.c Ca-Qvi/s.;:-, Lah dsi."'; "'v'-v-;'  ByiiElflSTIKl  Wmpajied ^wiTiir 7:7 }AA:  7, ;"���������;;;::;;:': 77''7-:7:y7;MbNTANA  ��������� it has been said and repeated a'scorc  of times lhat in respect to the mineral  tax tliis Province "is "bet ter-Volf Vt hat  iMontari'i, and iii JMontaiia tlie tax is  three per cent, on:; the : net .earnings.  It must be, therefore, so runs the Vai-  jfiiinent. that our tax of two .Der cent.  Twenty-live cents.per acre:.on.ni' before the  ::ist*diiy:oi: Deeeinhui', l'Ji)"_',,iuiii wi llio lit .nny  fiu'ther piiyiiieiit ol interest."V-.V.:���������:,:.���������.;���������'.'���������,���������;.:���������������������������  ;'*  :;i":"'';,'VV^:;::V-VVV"V',;v;;;;,w':sVG01tIC,,V;V:V':';:r:  ��������� '���������-'.';������������������ ���������-'���������'������������������:.'.Deputy of..amis iiiid Works.. V.  T.iinds nnd'.Works, llepurliiieiit, .'     V:. -L ���������':-,,"������������������',���������  ;.-\'letorin,:u; U;,nsl June, IWI1..V: L-.LL ���������VVV'-'-V,  OERTIFICATE-0'Fai.lPROVEIflEf.  ��������� is-on'the. p.et envnings. v Til, .R.pt.h.iihetl  iel-tur   Air.   .1.   .; J?i.i__._nck.*.'/; J^uborti-oii.;  eilVctualiy pMiiL'tiu-es tins bladder. -He !  >hp.\v.s Lhat;:t.he Viuir iuiiio'i������"pjiying.iit.!  Tho ul it-is lion of Vn.'-emitt'TS .of Crown l^imls  is-ln!i'������by ('filled lo nu mil und in".mi l io tlio ' l.tunl  .vnt," jiiij-soii tit .t In? hi si. session * of Muj T_0>;h'.-  lrtUU**y,-i\vlii..di'|i^  ''iC/'I'rti-t'in'ptorH'pf 'Crowii .l.nnds, .wlmUu'r  in iirrojirs iiiv (uryinoni of insinlnitji'.ls,: of  piiri'liiisii ��������� m'luieyvnr not, wlio, tit .ihu* liiiii' of'  coining inlo: force of lhis .aol.' liuvt* .obtiUnoil  (..ortilii'iUosof I in jirnvomout, or who,shall havo  tihirtinotl Out ill mites, of 1 in pro vumeiit within  iwiilvti"months liioi-unftor, shitlt on.confonnnif?  wilii thu provision., of tho "Uinil Act,** oxoept  its hortiby ultorod, bi..ontillcu to ohlsiin Crown  grunts ofjhdir pro-umpiion .ehilins npoir eoni-  ���������   :    ��������� -. ���������-      .v.". j ploiiiiK  pnyinonts.of  pun: huso  monoyut llu;,  :* .'-���������';-.'���������- ���������   .V'^v" rmio of sovoniy-iivc clmus pur.iioro/iuift rrowii  '  ' ".-' : ��������� 11: runt 1'oo.s, wliieh i������hv in on is in hv  bo nmde us  American ^Train;- CrewvCreniate^^^^^^  :   : ��������� ,.    .'"Twontv-nvc routs per aero on .boror-i  llio  -:the: Remains; of. a,;,Mex:can; :!^t(^y^:"Jcveiiibei-", ^i\./:;^av^^'a:^:a  ���������*v , ������������������.-'���������   I     ".Twontv-iivo con Is per novo, on or before tho  ;   Whom.- They ^A cei dental Ijxr-f-Hh *ulVoi .rune, too^; -:���������   ,  .:. rvv;,     .:. ;:j ','iiiitl tho roiiiiiinintr��������� * .*���������:-,-  .'v;':Killed;.;vvvv;;'T,>;v;:;;;vv,;':y'-^;:^ "'  ;: A special;. toV thi: . Ghi(.*'at;o;; ���������Tyilnino  from Ki I?_i*?o^;Ti.x.1, ;says: ������������������:^LrL'.-L.:.  : j;VVr'.*JL;i.'-oi*it.*iiii,;L'i'*.*i.in :ci,u,,.v.-."'>p':t*lvii:'?'.t'!i*S.''r  icaii;Central railroaclhas;."ust" riNiclictl  .U.is;cil>-Vluivin^"llt!i*J'i'piu;;t.hi!Vri'pul^  lie tbtlie'iiprtlv iii"cohse(|Ui.uic^ ;tif::;iii'-;  ciiluiitiiil'j';^  JLox icahaiicl: throw ivxgh is .1 ipil y;/i n V;t lit."  lirehoK ;()f;lhy,loeoiiHitiye,Uii;;tlie;. liop.::  :.of.:concualhip;'.-'h.is ilunth. ;;^VVV L77:'77..*������������������.?;  ���������'..:. Tl i.ii' 'ai'i: id t; nt h a pjiii i'i ef 1; hi.1! p iv To rrii'ii.  jfex ico-Vj A:. f roiu;!. ti i\ 'x tx V isolittctl; Hptit  rati i).ver a-"p.iittji.'���������������������������*.*ki 1 iin__;,���������'t-i>(i!..-"ii'iaii in-;  staufly; ; in JIexieq,"V;thi_: ileiithVdf Va;  .suliji'C.tliyia, train; is :is, tin it li ������������������'' a Vt:. riiiji*;  as inurilor.':���������.".Jvimv.'1115?:'.'.this ; tht; ,c*re*.v,  toconC'ea! tlie aixicluhf. Iliretv thtVhotly  in;tlie:fii*eliox."v:;:;.;' .V :V. "Vvv"-.;;":;':  ^v^iV^fexv'fliiysiigo thf. relatives :'pf;t.lie  ilea/* uian.dieEf-an to in;?lii;.; ctiqnii/ic.'S; .is  to;liiS;wliereatiiiiit*i. SciineonehaU:*?!'!'!!  liiiii ,iLVt i*ertaiti:ppiiit,an<l ��������� oiie vlifeii*  caii from adistanee sun* tin*; train stop.  Tliti: hieniliL-rs, ,of; ,th->: ,.creVi- . were  qu est ioneil aiiil fearinirlhetruthtvoulii  ������������������ ;..���������������������������.���������-���������. ��������� ������������������ '������������������ " ������������������    :���������,;���������.������������������ ���������*- ��������������������������� ������������������ ��������� '������������������  tiotiu* .oiit.tl'.ey ]'e*?ignoiT,th"-''"'  positions  an(l,lie(i to the Unitec! States.;: ;V. \[y:,\y  ���������'������������������. ���������Ice. for sale;���������Apply Ali:N." Siiiilh-, ,  .:���������'������������������Tc:e Ore.u.i Sotias evei-vflay :\UBevvs;  ��������� ''made  _e������el stake.  .@.  Layitc  s3fwJ  ::py:::Ly:y:0^w^  Tr..*ivtl*.v_ll'vMin'tui! i.liiimr;sitnnlc:.,in ;:tlib  r.iirtU*ii"ii'',Jllnliils;"'J"ivi'ii6ii-i)t''\V'iSi.,.'.ICf>iiloiiii}-'  JJ'SlrltiiiVi'V-^V!;;-:,^  .;':".W!ie"re'*"Iocnt6iV:',.;:.Oii_.r._x.i.ng^  u**iir.rotiI tjroek brltlKi*.,,;*v^ '���������;,'; V^.V ,��������� V W::;v:V  'rTnko Notioo: lliKt; t, 'F. C" Gi*e(*.ii,'of 'Nelson;  nd iii;; ns ..'.fiKcnc "for tlio," Tmp.riiU, I.i.Vvi.loji-  incitt..-. Sviitlit,*.nid.- ��������� I.ii::i 1 ���������*tl." * :l'roe ;_*liiiw'K  ii'orimo'ntc No; li02,bil; liueiiil, sixiv-tltiys-ffo'ii.  tliis-'lii'tu ���������'her(.o'f;--.ti>'.;;"ii"|>t>lv;.,'to",.ili'o.*';.Miii.iiiK;  lldt'ortler for 11: Ciu*li,lit*iit<* of Iiii|'irov(;!iioiils  for ttm iiiirposu of obtaining tvCrtiwn .Iti'tuitof  th'.;.tliovt; "c-l_i������"f      -,'';���������: ���������,V;:ffi;VvV':VVV-VV  '-;'-A'..fi:.fii'ri'l.'.''r iulri_'i.olli"!i.;"t'ljn!i~''.K'pt.ion',';'.'ii"irtor'  Sect ion :i",' nin.st. "lii> ;i,.oni 111 oht't.'d- liefore thu  i-iSti.un.cof such .Curl'lliviitu'.;:of .Improveinciits;;'  V jlaiiiii tliis l \v cmi i i u 111 il a v. of .1 tin ti, liKii. VVV :;  rV;.V:V-::V;"..';v;v,:^i-V;;:i.:.;*;^;';*_.vck!IU'K'N;"*.V;.  '::;,'"...'   :-;.":'.--;'v.;:;.;;.:;,. :V"VV-V...���������;���������.��������� ;,j>. 1..SV  '-.���������l."p to;dat srshirtVwaist  the Jiaclison Parliirs. ";���������  :\'L  0 .������������������.  The .i������.^y<____^������ol__^'.al__.___ivs'*__^i_g<''-'i_CLl.  inforinatiun; about the count ty as the  prospective 'sipiin.t.-Keilet-iii of  vince in .London 'than  tlie provincial cabinet  olhei-s it i*^ ijuife i-safe-;..to say tiiat the  ���������-.leal iiiMJoril.y of resiilents in ICi.ote-  11.MV tmlay do not know ,\lr. Ijiiusiiiuir.  -Mr. Kberts. VNlr. ^Ic^ri.l.'i.i^lr. I'reu-  tii-efroiu the iinivei l.i*i| !>.-!le .if liiiy."' '���������'���������'  "It Wiis *-Iii-������ lack; of tourh with the!  idea-aiid p.'f.pie of tlii- p.trt ..f the |  'world   thut   as niiich  a.** aiivthiii'-lu>t I    .  ... .'iis's'tiiiti as:pr.!iit.e*i at lht: CiUi-.ul-.l Six-tg :  profits, and that there   are Conditions | & Buiik (Jo. ...        V"       '��������� "���������'���������'' ���������*:        ';:;1  connected Ay.illi'that;'mine which; ���������.jci'yiv;.-.. .---r-VewV^vaccinalion,^ shields; ; wry]  ���������%i'M  Is V.tiervihr.n riches ;/;.;:./^: .���������...;  ....     ..We hiivoxtio h)imft of:'n.alchiH-^  ������������������'.; tho only SLylish ShitK-in'fV'wn:  /.;-;���������'   .'r-for. (hiri'-bnit.yr-'it'nd ���������;*jnii-lity^<  '���������..'���������*'.���������'"' they u.:**>o exi^el. ���������.'���������"������������������]" :-'-i7"���������;"���������';-",  '   LTRY ONE  \MMrmBM  Next,.the J^cCarty Elock.  it atiadva'utage over.;sotiieothers,   in  fhe  tiro- i ..,'"���������'���������������������������������������������'   ,.  ���������''���������-   ���������'������������������������������������  '"���������;������������������'",���������������������������, v. ���������'';-;���������:������������������..;.'.:. .  . .-���������;���������  ...   . .Slocan tor   example,   where, the   tax*  bet     "  contfortahle and only,.ii>'i*.;;i(_, the   (.'.in  ;r.!ai;bi-;i"'vt.Bo()k Co.,;   '".'   .���������������������������:';-;���������:.: .  '; Notice.:  tsVi ineiiiber of j   ������������������������������������,;    , ���������''������������������'"', ''".:���������';'���������"���������"' . ".���������'"V'"''* ���������:":' ''.,������������������:   ���������������������������? ;"V:-i;'���������''������������������ ."'V:V ' ..>���������;;- ''"',";���������., "- '���������'���������':.'*:������������������,";'-.���������'..-���������. 'V' .���������'.'.;- ",'���������'"������������������-���������.���������.' V- ' v:*,"'"'.  ���������     ������������������������������������:���������.     ^     | paid last year by ajCftain mine   was        ���������   .. ,      :,,,.,,���������;,     ,.-.;������������������   -.��������� * -,-   .,������������������.. .;  ;..,,,������������������;  ,jrf;, .���������,Vl!un.i :>!(.,,,.nlp m*.,,tinJ;  of  tl.e   *'  ,.     A*.    16  tlie   - .',. ���������n���������-,,h. ���������,*,....    .;������������������,i.V;:   ������������������'-ri,'     ������������������  !��������� ���������t'et aeaiii������*ra;or kodak    and enj.iv V Ki*v.*:s|..n<; ������r..������,.,itnl s*.i..!i.*ty willtn; lii'ltl utilio "V  .-.   ���������������������������'-.���������.���������  i.-jl per cent..ot net   profits*.-���������..      lie . in-;'���������;      ������������������'���������-,",    ���������      ,.'������������������' ���������:;: ���������'���������,������������������������������������ ;.,,>,       V* i*-*-.. i;���������r. '-,:,..,!,,t ~,/..������������������'L.n  Moiuiiti-   viic-isi  .,-.,���������     1 ��������� I ... .-.   '.   Vnn,,ci.l 1 ���������'    I  l*. u  I    ..'r. ���������, .���������*-.    I \ *���������,,.'.   V-    IJ   '. ���������.   -��������� f *-     ���������   '   " -    11 '*'' ���������' ���������'-.*-.> 11 '1  .T'.ll'C. -I'll ��������� .11 "11'111 \ .  '������������������ Hli.l.M ..  .,  ; to say that the      's",\&'iHfiL^u-n^^  ,,,,��������� ...., ?*���������-;���������~<<i!."   - This is*ii aril won ih or oii t1io.se beiuitifnlv .  A SvliitO;.Kt:.irts:"' makes ;the in -(iirty j-nll.^;  'arotuul tho ))otlo:n-^siV; you'd iiotAVHiit.^:  .'������������������;.'.; t6.w>ish' ihc'miyoiH^iilf.v".^  We::\vant ;.tliOiii. for "you.\-"thouf:h.: ��������� ���������  i' 'AVe;want ;to.:"iiinl_o/::thom elotiiv.'an(l,^v:-  :r,:;briiihi iiniI:trosh.;V-::We niako. all'linoii^j-*:  ;;';,;';]ooklifro������h aiiii^sweoti;;''^;:;..:.:''-;;''':.;;.;'^."^^',^;.^:;'"'  i;asi'  $ct')t:n-Pvi^i*i':-'m^  .";/ -���������:;.;.;;;;Mu;ttp o:,;,Etc, v:vj;v;i'.  ���������Fish;**_rid,Game;in:Season;:.:." ;;V"VV  V "All orders; iironiptly !11lotl.���������.;'���������>'.,"-;���������'  vir^i,?s"fe^-pYE|iTOEB;;i3,0  &;ba r gk m :x N" - A% fA.  aaxAa:M^^A^^::&:e.  7: A;* vA" A LUABL1*.;;: RESIDENCE i;4  .Rrtjljorfcy lieartheCiciiirt-Vhoiiso-"-; Cost  oYCTT.-tJSrOIKi^'&i^il'e���������a t^TOOT^vtlt'or  terms V.-ind- 'iinrtitailars "..apply ; tio A:  ;)OIINSON;,-Heivi!d;OITicer*?v ;:;;;;'::.;���������  crease of thetiiineral tax ;wasa blunder*. | keep;theui;itali, price*;'  and iii: its operation" a distinct injury ;,���������:;���������^���������.:_���������J.:V.-;_:...^;.1..._���������.  to development-.���������"Neison Miner.  'yIT COMES HELiirV:\  . 1:  ���������ii  Tiie ���������.'Xpi-nsei- liv.*;* the   rtM'i'.nt   (>iiin*.  the Tin ner mir.istiy "the elect 1011 cfi antiiH* in tliis ,town art. estimated liy j  '.'���������*���������. A frantic -rush i.hrough" the j tl,.* city clerk now Unit all ���������iceoimts |  touut.ry,,ai the last inni.ienl. hi-tori-.a J ar. in at clos^ori tf,>,T,t.)<).. iUtth !hi*J'o;j  vrenetal election !*, no ^t.od. Kora.iyi ,���������!���������;,���������, ami ^provincial -overiiinenls |  ministry lotiaiti the fi iciidship of tlu' have iieen iippealetl "to to 'help '"tlie ''  people, ieiiuires   a   MistaiiU;,l and sys-   ,,,���������m,*|pMlif.y niit,in.: footing   the    hill.  lernalieeirijrt during its whole term oT  oflite. Minister;. iHi doubt" arc kept  .pretty busy in iheii-di-pai tinents. Rut  they have their deputies and permanent official!*, to .whom sorely,; much of  the routine' of the ollices .might be  safely entrusted for a few weeks. The  Ontario cabinet are prehuiualily busy  men and have matters of importance  before them most of tlie.Ume in their  departments. But one can hardly  pick up a Toronto paper withoiitieai.-  iiiKan account of some public, meeting  in the county districts of Ontario held  for the purpose of allowing Premier  Ross or one of his colleagues'to explain  their policy and discuss the posii ion  of affairs with, the elector . ��������� Inciileii*  tally also, which is much more important, such visits' Rivo the people a  chance to get acquainted with the  ministers and the ministers with tho  people.    Sueb nuetings and visitsnre  The* noniinion "government; ha ve I'atlv  .l'.'-iYiscd. They u-ant eye.-y ceiil ,M*,<*y  ca.ri lay their hands on for 'Sew Bt*unKJ  wick this trip. There i.s none,to spar,-*  i'oi'this eiid of tin; !'i")ininio:i noi: likely  to ij,"., Tlie'; provincial government  may bethinking ipiife a lot like tlie  p/overbial 'parrot. (Jut, at all events  so far it lias'said notliing. It look;;  very much a.s if this quarantine business was going to cost this-.municipality a sum (_.|ii:il to more than half ii;n  annual revi.-nut'.  Machinist s Settlement.  President O'Connell of the International Association of Machinists, li; s  submitted the following proposil ion to"  the Me I nl Trades AssotiaLion at .Now  Yor!<, in order to elTect a settlemeni  for tile few machinists still out.  First-The question of wyges  l.o  be  :Q������MW������:'W:&ur,  Tmtin&AA-.-  . ���������.. ******* ���������  .... 6     ..-.:.;:  ,-,.   fro;*. t!ic;  ^F^B'^r^  .'.","*.,--"��������� P-rihft*r's : ;    , =." ;.'.-������������������.  .���������.v.;   ���������V;l;----.-p.' '   '',    ;.".; '���������'.'  :���������' V";  v'-."' .";.  "."r-'-'-l/.ih.c :���������.':..  y:;':A^A'^A A. yA. ���������''���������'  V ���������:.'; .���������'.---;..Stat'i'biu.ry. > "':' ������������������"'*!  ���������-;,"'... '���������:'. '; .;: ';��������� ,' '.���������"���������  : " V .V. ��������� *;-  vfncltitling ;'  77\. AJl'tTKR '"iTE/YF-XS ���������'-���������������������������  ; v-   ii.K'.VEf.OPES 7  ���������i.STATi^TK'NSS.-  ;v  vBTLL  HEADS   ,  :  ...-note:. heads    ���������  , shippixg: tags.  * .    .  . , '-���������������������������_,___     ,  POSTER AMD DODGER  PRiNT^C   A  SPECIALTY  Heraic. Job Office  FRONT STR!��������� ET.  rpur;;.oJ*i: of-.^tv-.ciiTJi;  trHMei'S for tl������V en.--.ui.ni*:  y'.y*y.nr iitx'l '^PXii-7t\l'Xf\iy.i;i^s77: ���������'; _  : , ^VVlLpLT.so'hs'-.^irh^'.i'h.ftVL' - ssilwi'ril-rvl &M f>r  ;.-.tipv, ht'J." townr'N th'* (uti*1h -*���������! i'no _������<n.'ioty; nre  ';���������*i!*itt_JWi i������'i !M'.;.fiiu:)it ajt������i votV' on jiU: iruitVir^  VUrontuhi l^ior.'.1 !ji-3 iWi^U;.^- ai.il  >HV sut-'li, nre  ���������! iuvi:/-*:! ti������ i.*i *rirV������:tJt*i - * ���������" "���������������������������> ���������'--." ''  ������������������ ���������'���������'���������  -'���������'   r  .-.;..'���������.*_,',,    :...,,.ll:-  -lV.-:^.-...'.---..x-.'..r.,:|t/It*' A*I=K.|>>Y-:-''-'-!"  ;:ALA:BlJSlNE,SS7AAyAA7  v''y y PRO'PERjC^v; :A:;  A. ���������. -Vv-* t; v''^o,r' *������������������ s^viiE'  VOX SIOCOND' STIIKI"'T���������A l.iargai 11'  and mi easy terms of payment. Appl v  to; p'D.'fil BBAL.I), Reai^JOstato AgtV  . i  .Noli'ce".  ; lim...  ; <i..ri  ��������� !>IiCi  , ytiti,  ' 11,IT.  ���������.--��������� Uu  r-l**_,,V������'>>*.    .  ���������r-^f-Q&ts^ :.        :-������������������.-.���������" ���������;  }'Government Distribution of Stumping  : ["owder. V,.    *.������������������.":'��������� - -:,i:_  5 ';rt:;v.'siV-a* ;lmt ������Xi ���������ii-.vs n������t-;*r '. 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'jiinLyi' X'tniiTmrf-CotliiT Fimu-  ��������� ���������"���������������������������'   ..V' V.    . ���������"'.'- -." Vv- "���������;,.- . V;_;. ;:'  ___ I <-''! lii-*ti.iiit>i. SjiHrk'n CrtH-sln*;, .','iunt.iiii,,. .-.,.  ���������������������������'.".  v*.     M-n.tle* it, >ieliiii,;K..i*'y; CowleliiiiiFiiriiieiv  .,,.. House f-umit.ure.for.Saie,       ��������� *   . .;.���������, ������,������������������,, -^V-i,,,*,,,!,,'.f.;,i,.f  ,; ' ,-; '-. ������������������ I in*:lilij!e; Mi.tcrlio**!!!.  Mr*...r, ri.Crtiaum t,f!hri:,.Hii      ���������������������������"������������������--������������������������������������������������������������������������        .    ....  ���������y?���������*?*'-***^  ,;:;v;v'".',;;..,';:'Rates:.;v.;$  9������a^ *><-<-9'������*^odatioii. VA good Bar,' well "s'uppked with  ;".'":. Choice; Wines,' Liquors and Cigars/ :7:  v vv;;; 'Freisv BusH'Meets; 7 AA l^-Train s.:V.|:i  tSzQm&M:  ���������*.L'.yy,rL }������������������:'������������������ y.-.y'-y'LLyL ���������.*:,:::;;:;���������,::���������;;���������;. ,:;���������,.::.;.;.-���������:....,.;���������,.,.....���������,������������������.,;,;,���������...���������.,.;,  ..���������T'-W'W*,*  '.fr'..  i+-  !+���������'  I*.  .I*.''  :;���������*������������������:  ���������fri  :fr":'  Lfr..  'fr,  ;;*:;  tt'i&r  K������*;;.;  7yH3!.|V::"'   '"'   "         ' "   " ""   -���������*....-,*.���������  v;;*>.^:f:"������  |^i;HSH^mt_ME^^  "?������������������*���������  ���������S8*!  :^^^M^^^IM^^^Misiiiiiwi  .....  lA.N'D:".  a  n  :"i'll  ��������� :,it  - 'IS  Villi  ���������:;,'.'.^:r;'iS|:artihff;;Juric"i..oth'^;-   x;r||1;ni:ife:!i!le ������������������Mqv;*T-)m: Coast io:-  " -"-GotVst'inV^VVr;^-:'^':.:.;'-;:.''.  :'*1  REYEESTOKE, ,3; C.  ... ,    ... i-rl'iilitryti'.rtitf     .   .     .  I i'-ji-siiilsi .*l.:*.*.. n.[*_ 'if f.HF^liusilDiiv- it: .(.3.*ll**;':'iriii!  f nt ���������t.ii': jn.i-.st* iiiv itit'.l...'ifti!r tl..^**i:ti iii...i.l������t������'.*������n  : tliflift.ir.-,if tv.ii ji.m. a.-i-liii*..* p.:ii.      . j*,'t;*t<  '5itS������i������������**!k!S/;;,^  ! Cl'rr,;.*.;  j A..*t:ii:i._*."  r rc-..;.t*.rici  FOR SALE.;:;-;  ro-t^otif-irti   pror,.*rty Oil' M������ir*,k^il-<if--  'liiree   l.r.1.* ii(*xt  la Or.  -MeT...M.n*s  .   .'.i.j.ly id J. At. :-V:orr.'  Help VV'atiled.  A'y'oitng girl for light housework ii  siuajl    family,    no  IIfCiiAt-r) ollice.  washing.     A pply  Tin  blankel  W'tiishii  Ks,,.  .Notice.    :"',  city has* for sale���������a  quantity, of  tents   etc.      Apply  lie:   Mayor. , W. M,  to   JI is  Brown  C. K. Siiaw  City Clerk.  ; (Jt.iur iiiii.":.'''       ".'������������������.'���������������������������'"���������'���������il  ���������',.'-'���������'���������' r^nlt-vT^ii-i.y: I������luii>:.1 _.'.irini'rs  -Iiisll'ii'iu'.  0;uii;i;*i lliirlx.r.   ���������-, -��������� -��������� ������������������   '  ���������jj-K, a. I'..-<..wii,K.������<*'j*, J-i-ltii Kitrmor.,' Inslii'iitv,  ,V.lf; IJf.Kn. Kri.t'y.  Hiirri:}' ���������J'aniii.rs'  riisl'llu'tc  mi r fry c-iiiirt.. ���������.'���������': "���������-....���������       ������������������;'  A. it. I'. MiiMie-v, Pi'.i!'r-'J."ii������'lcy ��������� Fiin'ii.jr-j'  Ilirttitlitr, I-Hij.*-]..***.    '      .      ,  AU-x.. -Oillij,.- ,-?(���������(.*':-,: I'.i(rlunon<l I*V.riners'  In**t!lnr.r, Viiir*:f..iV'(;r. " " .  A. itlv Vori*lt,*ri;, H'rc'y, MJsvion -riirnioM'  in-;i.iiutt'. Mi**:-i*,in l.iiy..  (.;.��������� IV.'(Hiiijlstiy, St*r:-y :t;rit!!itt*n.;k Fnnnprs'  IiiainitsvKJIilKl'ivn'ik-.     ........ '""-rs  Win. liruvii. S(:,.*'yr IC-nt riiniiors' Institute  Al-'ll^'iz. -.'      .   '  r ''���������.������; ,'"\t'7";s''".-t' >,',*i''''''*>'iKe FurmcT.*.-  fn*'l!ttit<\ Uei.-ilcra (.oruern.  ���������''���������li" "ll. Bt'e'y.VMntaijtii -Fnrmcrs' _tn������ii-  tmp, Al)l)fii.-.fnrit.  A. J! crictitrii, *S.;.(*'y'. . o.-ioyoo.i . Krirmcrs'  liistftilt-. I-..'io-...'1'.rt.   .    ,  W.c. H���������r-U:yLr-ft,'.y, Spallnmcliot-n t'nrmei***'  Iltstliitt*. .Arinstr.iii*..  H..M. Jfcftiiln-., s,.f.y,-Salmon' Arm Knrmer**  Instiuitt., Suliiif.ii Ari.i.   -.  .1. l*'.Smltli,.Sw'y Kmnloops Farmers' In-tti-  late. Iviunloops.  r ���������'���������''���������-���������������������������''y.."wlK',*,.iSee'y, Okan������Sai, Farmers'  tiiHtlttite, \ ernon.    .'  J.K. A.vnEtiSo.v.  ,.        ',        _    lK.'1-iity |Minister ot Aericultnre.  Deparlmontof Agriculture. s re'  Vietorin, n. C,-Mny S, lEMi.  THE CITY EXPRESS  -V-' ;Ev\V. B;PaKet^Pi*op.i:-;;xV  I'romi.t'delivery of piireels." biti;i������ig., etc  " y ���������     -   toiuiy pnrioCtlie citv ;   : ., .  :;^Kys{86.d.Gl;Tra5Ti3tferr_.ig;  v.:',-.' .-���������'��������������������������� :Us_eJ0B*takei-;:v:.'  ���������/ ���������All./'-'rcI-M Itrfl. nt"|!."m; Kinyllie's Tobnecn  utlen'tioii V;      ������r,1"ll*':-N',*,*7'*'.i������.rp������>?!.vo-i.ro)npt  ������������������.7":7'7.-J7,l Clieap Rales!..-.:���������  Now in Effect to tilts  ���������'PAN-AMERIC^Nl.i:':;^::;,':  ; EXPOSITION.  T. VV. Bradshaw,  '���������'���������' :Ai;ciit-" :'':.';   '-,  Itevelstoke.  1 ������������������;.���������*. ������������������'-.��������� 77'7-7* l-^  J, E. Coyle. v  Assist. Gen.  .,  I*asseiiKt*r Agent  Vancouver. -  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.    ��������� ' ���������:���������'  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  , Large,  Light bedrooms.  Rates $1 a day.  ���������Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone   -Prop,  ; BAKER,-COXFECTIQNER;  VV .7, arid caterer Etc.;  CHOICE QROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialtyiv?  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  ?-^_lox Revelstoke, B.C Jy,  i I /  W  M  }f  i^BE^SSmS������S^XBS33SSSS^SSS^Si  *r***iTr*"f *"���������������������������'*' ***  ^r.T^'-'-r.v;^^^  AN!) RAILWAY MEH'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in tlie first rank of Journals in this  Province. Its mining", telegraphic and local news  is gathered from, reliable sour ess and presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  paper, of such an important Railway Centre, its  attention has always heen 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 iind the news of the  G-reat Railway System, to -which they belong*, and  of personal and the happening's affecting" themselves and their fellow enroloyes. T'HM HERALD  ������j- <__*  has long" enjoyed the largest circulation of any  paper ��������� pnhlished  rapidly increasin.  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.  i "/*    "--".Th. o'  -*���������--._.      *j.'.-_C'  ...������ , r.  ." C *' ������**'**" "i**-"l*  \Jt-JL������Z -ULL X  r-'V.  which is now  among the Railway Men East,  Subscription-$2,0 Per Annun  t "���������  ���������  $i.2S FOR SIX MONTHS, IN ADVANCE  It takes a' foremost place in the race/ for 'prominence and "popularity,with business houses*and"  as a consequence does more business with those  requiring" Printed' Stationery" and oilce supplies.  than any other Printing' Establishment hi. Eastern British Columbia. The class of-work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything" of the  kind executed in the large cities hy much larger  Printeries.  %j>$k&      B    82 & Lists Ht!_y      &<9EsaE   rlMB I  at*S_S2S^1 S a  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and "all work entrusted to TEJ& HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  _ j���������.undexstand^^  disposal THE HERALD does not claim to be the'  only printing house in the , district} but it does  claim to be   J . ' '. ���������   -  Thoroughly  Ski  H7SX  ap-io-uate  I  And in a position to give as p'ooa value .for the  money e^:p&nd.Gd., 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 Sam-pies of Printing.  All worl.  i-i.  turned out promptly. - One -price to all. ��������� Ho job  can foe too large or-too'small "for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail. /  Printed and Published by  \ ii@������@lst������sc������ ilsmlcS Pub. t$tL  L5ZV35TED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  1  .'!  $  I  4  i  P  4  !.-.  I  .'.I. S.'lll'l'  LEGAL  A., I.I. it.  Certificate of Improvements  Kan iMer.      -*'<������lifi!ur,    ','oinrv    1'tihlie,  .UrKoil/l''   AU'llltl*,   ItCVl l**ll,I.<* SluLitill.  .'.ItiiR.y it, Itiiui,  l.le  j-j.\11\-1;v, M'CAit'i'i*:'^ .<- lMNKir.'.M  l'.nrrl lei*-, Hulld'tn-. KM*.  Ho] lei tin**, im* hiipi't-iiil  Hunk in ('unu.In.  Ciiini'inn* nintl*. it.l.mii uis pei eeni.  Kin*.r binri i, lleu'l-itil.o bunion, It. C.  NOTICI'"  MEDICAL.  T    V*\ f'['0,*.������,  Olliee:     .Miit*l;c*n/|i. Au'iiii'*,   ItevelMoUo, ll.l'  si;i'.<!. on 'in Tin*: i*. i'. it,  ilUllllll Olllffl*. CUV Of   lil'VelslnlCe.  CHURCHES  .Ml.lllt.lll-.l   Clll'lll'll,   lll.VI.IMOM..  I'lfiiflihiL' **ei*viees nt 11 n. in. unit 7:::il p. in  Clu***- iiu'i'tlni; nl   ll lti*.i*   t.t   tin' iniiiiiiii;:  -t'l'Mft1. Mihli.'ith St* 11 not unit 111 bit1 (:1ns*. at :::..,)  Weekly I'niyi'i* Mfi'ilii*; every V\ tiiliit'*.tii*.  t*\t*iiiiilt al .~'::.n. 'I lit* jiulilli* nro eiu'i.inHy  Invited.   Sunt*, tree.  liev. C. I,.i-xi:ii, 1'u-tor.  "D(ii*ii," ���������'i'liflniii" :md "(-'l.n.'i"  mineral claim-, situate in lhe I.aidcnu  Mining Division nl West Kooienay  Disliii-i..  Where localed: Along I''������'l Clock  about J. mile abuve hi iilge.  TAK'I' NOTICK Ihut !, F. C. Green,  ot Nelson, lift in-; ii*- agent, for _ B. E  drove, l'"u*i* Siiiii*i's ("i'i tilii'.-iti' No. 13-  ���������*.0<)7'_, iiiti'iul. siNly day** litini tin* date  hi'i'i'iil" to apply to the Mining Roeoril-  ��������� ������������������- Im* t-t'i lilit itlt"- ��������� I iinpi .ivi'ini'iit". r'nr  tin1 piupt.se ft ulit.tilling Uio'.vti  ifi'.'ints nt tlu* .ilitive i-liiiiii--.  Ami lui l her Iuko iititicti thnt  action.  Illlil'I* Sl'C'Lillll   '31.   tllllM    III1     tOIIIIIH'lKld  lll'l'ill'l' t ll,' i.SMMISC*.' Ill' irlllll    Cl'l til'lClU .*  of iiupi tr.'ciiicnt.-.  J'.iU'd this Ial iluv of .June 1SXI1.  I*'. (J. ("lilCK.v.  THE KOOTENAY  si. ri:iKiif. (mi'ishi, anm-k-ax.  Kiurlit it.tn.. Holy niiclnirt *i; lt n.m., matins,  .-fftuiiy mn! ���������.iTinun (llolv l.ii<'hnri-.i hi'iL Min-  tlnv in thf iinuiih); '2::'") Siuxhiy school, or  ehll-ilru'i.'.s "orvici-; T:.;o V'.\ uiisouk (cliunil) iiini  turmoil. Holy l������a.\-���������Tlu* Ilniy i:in-liin 1 -t i>  (���������oli'lirHtt'O ni 7 n.iu. nv K ti in., ns antKHiiicrO.  ; llolv HuptlMii aiiiT SimhImv Si'linol tu :������:1.">  l- a. Nine i'mki:, lcuuiur.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK.  i-iii.-.iiriiiiii.iN t iirncir.  SSi-rvliTi'V'Tv Mimliiv nt ll n.iu. nml T;::n p.in.  In ������ lin-li nil n'rc -iwlcniiir.      I'myur iiu'i'tlii*,' m  S p. nt. <*\*t..rv Uctltit'silny.  iikv. v.; r. CWi-i-nit, l"n*-nir.  IIIIMVN IV.TIIllI.IC I lll'lll'll.  Mii^s   nt  lt)::!'.i n. in .   '-n   lirst.  sortmil nntl  lottrlli Siuiiln>*> In tlit; iiitintli.  m:v. r.\ ini:i:  'IIIAVKl:.  SU.VA'llll.*.*   .MOIV.  .Mt'|.|lii������ every niglil In Uifir  Hull '-n   1'i'ont  Si i.hi.  Gold Kaiiffc Lodge I'I. of P..  No. 23, Revelstoke, B. C.  iWt'clK (;vi*i'V 'WciliH'sdiiy in  Oilclfi-ll.-ws' I lull ,*it ,S o'clock  Vi-.il injr ]Cui_u;lil.s invitcil.  i'i. 0. ntriililOOK. C. C.   ' :     :    :    :    :    :  :   : F. XX'. MAfKixitoT, Iv. ol*111. & H.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  _-   j,' HOfZiilni' inoctniKs art' heltl  In  tin  w\\ Oiidfollon'h Jliill on  llu: Tlilnl  1'ri-  V/t'^-.-^ 'iiiv tn cnt'h lnwntli, 111 S p.m. sluirji.  y'A'p-i)    Vi-,11111*.' Iiruilirvn eorriinll-r mvltecl  "Cluill 1''"TiiM.nn" uiui fi. V. (Fr.ii'-  lionul iMinuriil C/I.iiins *>i(naif, in llu*  Ijjn il on 11 AliniiiK Division nf West  Kooli-iiiiy District.  Wlici-i." I(ic.*iti*il : On l.t*v:iii*;tc>n  .MiKint.'iiii Souili \Vcsi, nf I'.v.i uiiiu*.  T.-tkc noiiii. tlint* I. -I'\ C. Cii'i'i'ii. of  Ni*lM)n. nctiiijj; n*. imciil. I'or Amlii'iv F.  Ko-.fiiliiT-ci'. I*'. M. C. 1!. .-..*:"{*I_ mid  tin* linpcri.-il O.-vi-kipiniMii Symlic.-Ut*.  Liniilfil. I''n*i* .MiliL'1''*- (.'..fliliiiiti" No.  I', ^..1)1(1, iiili*iifl. sixty tl.iys* liom llu*  tl.ili* Ih-i'imiI, to upply to Ihi* .Miiiiiiir  lit'coiilci* Inr ci-i iilitnti'S ol' iinpitiv-.-  int'iiti*.. lor tlie puipi-M* of 0I1I.lining  (Ji own -*iiuits til' I in* iihnvu cluiiiis. 9  Ami lin-tlii'i* l.iki* nolit c that, ucliini.  iiiiilt-i' section .'!", iiin.**t he iiiiiitiH'iiCfil  hi'l'oit.* the issuance ol'such ci'i-tifie.ili'*!  of iinpiovt.ini-.iitf.*.  D.it.d this lli-atil.iv nf .luni- IDOL  F. 0. UltKii.v.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK.  TIIOS. S'l'JilSI), W.M.  W.li. JllltNEY   Iti'c.-Scc.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Koval Pt-'lionl 01 Mines, Lnniloii.    Seven  yeni**-  .11 'Miiriu   Works,   Swiiii-i-ii.     17   yeui'.s   Uhiel  Clieinisl   to Wiynn Ciml nntl   Iron Co.,   ]*.n_*.  Lute CliiMiiiht nml A--:i>*er, Hull Mine*-, Ltd.  <J].ur.i<- eMitiiined unit icporletl it|.f>n.  Fericuson. B.C.  BDWA11D A. IIACiOKN,  'MlXIXO   K.N'ttlNI'KIt,  Member .\incricnn Instiliile M ininu' l_nj*ino^rs  Member (JuniKinin IMitiin*_- ]ni,iiiuie.  i:evi:i.stoki., ]).c.  Exnniltuition of nntl reports on Mineral  properties it sjieeltilly.  -     f  tf*-k<i*l\  ���������tsA'ysf  j$S������r. _r^i_ Mt  Ueil Kose I)cj;ree meets sepnutl nntl fmirt!  Tuobtlin*, of eneli  inontli; While liosc  Ile^rc*  nieeis ililrilTuc*-<lnr 01 uiu'liqmirier, in Oililiel-  lo������s Hull.   Vibilini; brutlircn ucli'ninv  IIY. JIOWAItl).-!  W.M. WATSON".  Prei-ident.  Seerotnry.  H.   EDWARDS     .  TAXIDERAITBT.  ^lill HEADS, I.IRD5, Etc. MOUNTED,  Enrs Clcinieil nml Itc,-itircil.  f.OVERINC'S OLD STAXD     :     Second Strcol  -������?Ttr "St!!������>~  ri"-^''^-  '?-*pr*  '.r?r,y,  Inspection  d  of      Metalliferous  Mines  "Jfikin"' ilini'i'iil Ol.iiin, sitn.tti* in  lhe J j ti-fluini Alinin.if Division uf West  I-Onii'n.iy District.  When: locntcd : On r_,exinp;toti  ".loiiiit.iiii .'ul'oii'.injj; Jiv.-i group on  WcM.  T.-iUi* nolicL' Unit 1, F. C. C'i'PPn, of  Ni'lson, nctiii-r .-is n^i'iit foi* the   linpci**  ml   Di'vi'lopt it   !.yii(lic*iili'   Limiti'd.  Fron Minm's (Icililic.itii No. B, %'OIG.  iiiti'iul, nixly flays from tlio il.Ht* hen-  <.f, lo .���������ipnly to" lhu Mining J"fcoi(h-r  for 11 fi-i't ilicate of impi ovi-iiiuiils. for  tin*1 pnrpiisi* nf ohtninin'^ 11 Crown  i;i*.*int nl I lie aliove claim.  And furl her taki1 notici; tlmt   nctinii.  iiiidcr M-eti.'n" :>7. must'.ic coiiiniciici-cl  lipfm 1* the i.SMi.iiiL'i.* of such  cei-lifii-.ite  of improvement.*-.  ��������� D.ited this lirst dav of .lune. 1!*01.  F. 0. C'ltKKX.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "rmperial" and "nnlfoiii", mineral  claims, situate in the Lardeau tinning  division of West Kootenay dish ict.  \VhfiL1   local eel: On    Lexington  mountain, south of the Eva mini'.  Take notice that 1. F. C. Green of  Nelson, net ins as ajrent. for J. 3. Folev.  F. 51. C 11. .'-20:*G. Corv JMenhen-.k, F.  \1. (;., I>. :i'2.l)'2\ and John Breiinand.  Fiee .Miners (Jertidcate No. Si.. 3*2037,  intend 00 days from the date hereof," to  ipply to tliu. Minin#. Recorder foi  Certificate of Improvements', for the  p111po.se of ohtaiiiiii'-' Crown Grants of  ihe ahove clniins.    -  And further take notice that action,  under section yT.inust lie coiiiiiifiicerl  li-ifnre the i*-sii,nice of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this Sth d.iv of June,  1109.  "    F. O. GKliEX.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  Railway Construction Work  Now Mapped Out Will Take  At Least 5ooo Men.  .Mayor Cn Isou of Kaslo, who has the  contract     for     the    grading   011   the  CanadianPnei'k's I_,udeaii hr.meli, was  in Xels-011 Saturday for the purpose of  securing  men   for  ilie   woik.    Ile   is  piiticiihirly anxious to 1 ush the   work-  through as quickly as pos-ihle and Tor  this purpose   Ins decided   to   olfer   a  higher rate of wages than is oll'ereil un  any   other   constiiictioii   work   in the  province.    He i.s   desirous of   securing  at   least  500 men and in   order to   get  them  hefoie  the othei' railway work  gets under way has inndearriiugetneiits  with the Nel-on employment agencies  tosend forward dt'sirahle men without  delay.    He   is   now  olTt-iing ordinary  lahot ei s $2 _.*> per day and a\eiiien .**;2..->9  This   rate is highef'than   ;hat.   which  has   heen      announced   for  tlie   East  Kootenay  and Boundary construction  and .Mr. Carlson is ofthe opinion   that  he   will   he ulilp  liy  this means to get  the hest class   of   labor  available.    In  addition to this scale of wages there is  plenty  of  good  station work ottering  on the ].:i!_l..iu   branch and those desiring tliis  class of work can get it at  good prices.  Mr. Carlson is of the opinion that  men are going lo be scarce this summer in view of the gieat amount of  work which will he in hand within the  next two months. He figures that  there is sulTicient construction work  mapped out to require the service's of  at least, 5000 in the intei ior ofthe  province and he does not at present  see where they are all coming from,  lfe figures that the work iu the  liotindary disttiit wil! require nt least  2000 men, that the Latdean branch will  alt'oid employment for 1000 more if  they can he obtained, thai over 1000  will bo required for the construction in  East ICootenay and that fully 1000 will  be required for thc proposed cut-ott -it  field on the main line of the Canadian  Pacific. *  The great demand for labor, in the  opinion of Mr. Carlson,, will have the  etrect of forcing the wage ,up and he.  cousiders'that he might as well make  the advance now while he has the  chance of getting the men laiher than  wait until he finds himself in competition with the other contractors for  men. As .-in inducement for men to go  on the Lardeau br.inch Mr. Carlson has  entered into an arrangement with the  Canadian Pacific railway for the  carrying of men to the branch at a  rate of one cent per mile.���������Nelson  Tribune.  COMING COMING  "Blue Jay" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Lai ileau mining division of West  ICootenav district.  Where   located: On   Lexington-  Mountain   one-third of a mile south of  ihe Eva mine.  Take notice that I. P. C. Green of  Nelson, acting'as agent for Dun Mcintosh. Free Mihei's Certificate No. B.  :'2010, intend 00 days from the date  liereoi". lo apply tu -tin.1 Mining  _ltacriidui'-l'or-n_Certifie.iUl-ot_[nipi*ove--  inents. for I he purpose of obtaining a  Crown giant  of tho above claim.  Antl tut ther take notice that action,  under section -11, must be < ouitiieticc-d  before the issuance of such ciriifiraic  nf improvements.  D.itwd this 1st dav of .Tunc. lfiOl.  J\ C. Gi:r:i:.s-.  TN'Sl'l'l'TORS' I.ISTIUCT-S.  TII". riispcctor-s of Mttiillift'rons i.-iincs mc  iiurclir a^lirinjd Hie follow inn 11-. thuir ruM'UC-  ilvi* Ii'i-iiwiloii Ilislrifts with liciulqiiiincr-, a*  notuil. Ptit'li n-slifiiineiil lutiike plum'ironi  Inn. l.~-lli,19)l, mull fiirllii-r notice.  MU'Illlt-M.I* HICK, liisjii'i-liip.  Itcntiniiiirlur-,.    t'rimlirriok.    oliift*   <il  IJi'l.utv MlnliiplU'ionlur.  liiM.cclinn  Distrift slmll    t'omiirlxi'   ul   nl  KI1-.1 Knoiciinv nml   iilso  flout  J'.lvor 1111 ni nis  MvisIi.ii n'Wc-i Kiiotuiiuy.* ,   , ,  In  iid-liUim   to  Uiu   iliitlei   of   ln*-[ict'tor of  Mvliilllfvieii*. mini's, Mr. IHfk ������ill ������������������������*-������> act 11-  liix|***rU*r    of    Conl   .Mines  williln ilie suiiif  Dhirlel.  IAJIKS Mt-nKEOOK, ln-|.0ft.>r.  Iluiiilqiuirtui*., uilii-c of Mining  H-i-nrilvr, Nrlson.  Iiisimctloii lii-tlrl.l .**lmll <'oiiipri-o till 01  ���������l\U^t ICOIIIPIlftV ovcciii fioni I'ivl-j .MIihiii;  Division unit 11I-0 Hi.* liiuinI Porks nml KcfJi  liiver Mlninu' Iilvlsiiinsof Yule Disti Jet.  I'lIOMAS MOllliAN, In*.|iei.|ur.  lli'iitltlimrtor**, iiuvuriimcnt llmldlni,'-,  Xiniiiiiiiii. . ,      ,  Inspection District. Vnnwuver, 1-liinil nnt!  Coii-t lilslrii't. .  Mr. Moris-in i"'il***1 liispeetor ol Coal Mine**  for tlii*- Distriei.  Nolife is herein- given of sueli In*-|.o"tion  llislritls mill iiml 111 iieeontiinee with tlit.  ���������hikiicution of Metalliferous Mines Aft, IS'.1?,'  nml AiniMiillin? Aet������, nonet* or ncei'loni:. to  cinnloius hiieiieniiiKwitliin any of -neli Dis-  triets "niusl lie promptly reportfil liotli to Hit*  Inspeetoi*   in"   *.tlfll    llistriei   ami   al**o   to the  MinMor of Mines. Victcirln.   In mines not inelndeil 111 llie above I.i*-met**  iiiniiiiKcrs will report. In duplicate, ��������� to llu*  Minister or Mine** direct, who, if he consider*  It neeessiiry, will m-sign an Inspector 10  spcfinlly report. , . ,   . , ,  Jllank forms upon wlneli to ,nnke reports of  such   accidents   may   be  obtained   from  the  Inspeeior of   the   District, from   llie   .Mining  lteeorder. or upon npiiliealion tt> this otlice.  ltlCIIAHK.Mel.lUPl*:,  Minister of Mino.  DeoartiniMit of Mines-,  am J.inc, l!KH.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPRGVEMEliTS  The Coming- Event ofthe Season  at Tapping's Opera   House  "Every   season    something      new"  seems to be the motto of  Richards  Sc  Pringle's   big    minstrel    aggt'Pff&i'.ion  NOTICE. , _  ,  "Tlielmn'' (fractional) and "Canon"  (fraciioiril) mineral claims, .situate in  lhe I.ardeau ininili������ division of West  Ktiittenay district.  Whore located: V.)n Pool creel,  adjoinin?: the Thelma and Dora mineral claims.  Tiil%_ notice that 1. F. C. Green of  Ni:lh"U. aeliii(_; a*- airelit for the Imperii.I Development, Svi.dicate, Limiteil.  Fiei* Miner's Cei tili.aie \n. I". :*-_*0l0.  intend (it) tl.iv> l'mm the date iieienf. lo  apply to the .Mining Reioider fm"  i-erlilicate of improvement.:, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown grunts nf  I In* above claims.  "And further take notice that action,  under, set tion '31. must, lie commenced  liel'me the ih.snance of such certificates  of improvements.  Dated this fiii-t day of .Tune. 11V)].  F. C. Clni-E.N-.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  HOTIO-E3.-  Xotice tlint rne inontli after date I intend to  iim������l\ lo tlu* Chief Commissioner of I an.Is and  Norfcs for permission to ptireliase .!-!0 aercs of  land Mtnnleon the Norlliea-i Arm of Arrow  Lake, in llie tiistrlet of We-st Kootenay, li. ii.,  antl deseribetl as follous:   Conlineilel'in.- at a  I'     '    "  east _      . . _.  west of the month of ISIr Creek and marked  ������������������Fred llobinsou's Sotitliwest corner; thenee  north 20 chains; tlienee east bO chains; theii'*c-  soiuli "20 chains; tlienee west followini.- the  north shore of said Arrow* Lake fell eliuiti*. to  thc pointof commencement.  .Dated 10th July, 1901.  uly 20-1 mi������. Fred. Roblnon,  . C. K. bkenc, Agent.  Rossland mineral clnirn. situated in  the l.imle.tu Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.  Where located: On T.cxington Mountain South of the Eva. mine.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, F.C. Green,  of Nelson, acting as a*_ent for Corv  Menhenick F. M. C. li. :"2 021 and J. .!-  Foley Free -Miner's Certificate No. IS.  -i'2,0:!0. intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply t������the Mining Recorder  "that* ii]ipciirs*lit flie opera house Aug.   ���������  12th.  * -This season it lias grown 10 mammoth propot tions and pi esents a bill  of feature.-, never equalled hy ,any  similar organization in America.  Bright, biisk novelty  runs  through  the programme and the big varied acts  are so   cleverly   blended   and   strung  together that it forms a most enjoyable  evening's entertainment.     Fftv popular coloied   minstrel and  vaudeville   -  entertainers are included in its roster,  among u'hom are: Kid Langford, Dick  Thomas, and James Moore, the cleverest c;f  end-men;   tlie   Alabama   qu-tr-  telte; the Housley  Riotheis;   the   big ,  novelty nei, "The Black Watch Drill;"  -Shields, the king of aerialists:  a strikingly   novel   and elaborate  lirst  part  setting  entitled   the   Realm     of   the  Mikado,   introducing the entire  company in   brilliant Japanese costumes,  and is  a decided   innovation in   minstrelsy.  Wutch for the attractive street  parade, that takes place every day at  2.30. p.m. See the elegant imported  Englt.-h dog caits, drawn by Kentucky  thoroughbred horses. Hear the two  brass b.mds, especially carried by the  company for their magnificent street  parade.  nd .losiTtbcd as follous:   Commcncim.- at 11    i*  .. ��������� ������������������,.���������:������,..,������.. -. r  :���������. ������..���������           _���������  ,t*-t planted on the north shore or the Xurtls-   f<?" a *-<"''titH.lti; of  improvements,   for  astArm of tipperArrow I,nk<;,20eh.iiiii**ontli-   the   purpose   ol   obtaining   a    Crown  grant of the above claim  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of sii'.h certificate  of improvements.  Dated this Sth d:iy of June 1901.  I F. C. Gkeex,  Pan-American Excursion.  The C. P. R. have announced that on  Aug. Cth and Sept.3rd they will issue  tickets to Buff Uo and return at $83.00  for the round trip with a limit of 60  days.  As tliis gives parties desirous of  going east an additional 30 days over  previous arrangements it willdoubtless  be the means of inducing considerable  travel. ������_������4*ru.������'-E3.^<������i^^  ���������WH"**4rM4*****._.** * ****** *_������������������_ |  **���������  t  fr  f  Disinfectants!!  +  fr  Foul Drains, Closets.  Stabbj or -decaying  garbage need close  attention.- Don't wait  for an epidemic to  break out., hue get  some  CHLORIDE OF LIME \  CREOLIN, JEY'S FLUID ;  Carbolic Acid or Powder.      ;  You can get any of these at '  Canada Drug & Book Co.'s S.ore *  rj. .  *************    f.**^^^.^,-  fr\  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  it  fr  ������i*  fr  wtuAAwmA^ J2A. A   *  #1>  -&*& 'tifoi/  Notes of News.  Tom McMahon, C.P.R. tie inspector  and Mrs. McMuhon were in town on  Monday.  Mrs. F. E. Hobbs returned to Vim-  ���������cii'iiver on Saturday.  Mrs. T. Booth went up to Rogers'  Pass on a visit on Sunday.  J. J. I-angslatV of the Trout Luke  Topic was in town yesterday.  1.. Thompson, one of Ferguson'.-'  best known milling men, is in town.  '"'eo. I.aformestarted this morning  with a pack train load of supplies for  liie Standard.  There never was in the whole history of raspberries such a phenomenal  erop a.s there i.s round town this  year.  Dr. McLean writes that he and Mrs.  McLean have been having a enjoyable  trip in California and that* they expect  to returji about next Saturday.  The house on Second St. erected and  owned by Jno. Robb was purchased  f>n Monday through .1. D. Sibbald.  real estate agent, by Jos. Callin. (.'. P.  li. engineer.  -M. M. Pettipiece returned from the  Okanagan on Saturday with a carload  of horses for use on the puck trail. He  took the bunch into Camborne yesterday.  Some person or person*, unknown  broke the door off one the stage  entrances to the opera house on .Mon-  pay night' Nothing however appears  to have been stolen from the house.  The Winnipeg Commercial of the  20th contains a good account of Revelstoke in an article contributed by the  travelling representative of the paper,  who was in town a few weeks back.  W. B. Pool and J. J. Young returned  from their visit to the Lade group on  Monday. Mr. Pool has a nugget worth  $'25 which he got from Isidore Cagne  from the gold washed by him at the  mouth of Gainer Creek.  Frank Brown has taken over the  entire business of the,cigar store from  Mondav and H. A. Brown will devote  his whole time to the management of  the new Union cigar factory which  ���������will lie running"full blast as soon us  fhe license arrives from the Inland  Revenue Department.  A combination of a lighted cigar  stump and the drapery of a sofa  caused quite a commotion in one of  the rooms over Cressman's tailor's  shop on Saturday morning. The couch  had to be heaved out, of the window  into the Avenue much to the amazement of the bystanders.  The death by accident of D. J.  Beaton, ' editor of the Nelson  Miner, which occurred on Sunday,  removes a well known figure from the  ranks of Canadian journalism. For  the past few years he has edited and  matiaged the Miner with marked  ability.  J.M.Scott is applying for a speedy  ^triarby:jiicige-For.'iriri_t.be~case"of~j7  Hiniilton. charged wilh conspiracy to  rob C. B. Hume Si Co.'s otlice and the  judge has set the 31 st as the date of|t Initial.  The secretary of the board of trade  is in leceipt of ii letter from the executive couunilte of the Vancouver  Slreet Fair, which opens on Aug. 51 ti.  asking the lio.iiil to get together and  forwaid a roi lection of mineral  specimens frum the Big Bend for  ���������-vhibitioii at the fair.  'Hi-.- Triune trail wa.- ciimpleU'il on  W..diif-.-,];iy last ami th" -i.-iek.-rs arc  now hu������ily engaged taking up 1iiimIh*i*  to the mine for the piir|wi.-i.of erecting  .< new cabin. I-Vi-gii-on liro-'. have  .-ix men employed under t!i������.* direction  ������>f Vince I-ade and expect to ship Lift  tons this season, tliu job of packing  which will 1-e sun-led on by A inly  Daney early next week.���������Topic.  I"). Mt-Intofch brought in from Illecillewaet on Monday the head of a  eai iboo bull shot by bun up theie  recently, ll was the largest head ever  seen in town, appearing as big as an  ordinary cow's and the antler.-, which  are in the velvet are simply magnificent. Harry Edwards has the head tc  s-*t up.  Gold Commissioner F. G. Fauquier  went down to Galena Bay the other  day and found the settlers down there  T. Beech. O. Oleson, J. Shaw and  others rejoicing iu the prospect of the  most magnificent' crops of potatoes  ever seen in the country. At Hall's  Landing the timothy and will hay  were most luxuriant  L. H. Buck is at present surveying  the line for the wagon road up Fi.-h  River from Thomson's Landing to  Camborne. The proposed road^vill be  cut out on a sleigh road gauge at firbt  and will lie widened out again later on.  Mr. Back will return to the work on  the canyon road as soon as he gets  back from Fish River.  Tickets will be out immediately foi  the shirt waist, dance, which the  Ladies Auxiliary to the B. R. T. are  setting up in aid of the striking t rack-  men for July Dlst.    Admission 50c.  The suggestion made in our columns  this issue by Mr. Atkins to try and  take advantage of the approaching  royal visit to have the new hospital  opened has, the Hi3rtAi.ii understands,  ilieady been taken up by the hospi'.al  directors. We are glad to hear it and  would suggest that our columns are  open to further suggestions. How  would it be to get up a football toiirna  ment with a really good prize for either  the day before or after. Because it  looks very much as if we are booked  for a Sunday.  1'*. XX. I laves, prominent* for many  years in Detroit, Mich., banking  ciri.'li.'s. i.s at the Hotel Allan. Mr.  Hayes is interested with Lawyer M.  Depew, president of the National  Biscuit company, and a brother of  Senator Cliauiiccy IDepow, in the  Black Bear, Kangaroo and Cliff properties in the Lardeau. The company  is not working on an extensive scale  at the present; time* and will not hurry  matters until it i.s apparent, that the  Lardeau branch of the C.P.R. will  pass within reasonable shipping dis-  tanee. of their properties. Prior to returning home .Mr, Hayes will visit the  Lti rdcan, and leaves today or tomorrow  for the Boundary, where he is interested in milling properties.���������Rossland  Miner.  The Trackmens' Strike.  The strike situation on the C. P. R.  remains unchanged as far as this  division is concerned. The company  have Italians working in gangs from  work trains bnt there, is no attempt to  distribute them along the ��������� line by  section gangs. There is a bridge crew  composed mainly of" sailors from  Seattle, who are kept, it is said at .'���������>..  a day, near the summit, ready for  emergencies. The strikers have none  of them gone hack to work nor do  they show the.smallest spmptoms of  doing so. Tho trains are. arriving still  very irregularly. It is said that tliere  was a. meeting of locomotive engineers  at Kamloops on Monday. A brisk  encounter occurred on Friday at  Albert Canyon between some bystanders and the .Italian crew of a  gravel train. The engagement was  not very protracted but. the gravel  flew while it lasted.  Tlie- Inland Sentinel reporl.sJ.hiit on  Friday under section 2Sf ot the Railway Act, Thomas Seward of Lytton,  J. P., and Francis Webb of Ashcroft.  J. P., dismissed 37 of the special rn  way constables, who are therefore now  relegated to the rank of private  citizens and moreover cannot be reappointed as specials without the consent of the dismsssing justices. They  also issued an order for all revolvers to  he laid aside.  According to the Winnipeg Telegram Mr. MeNicoll refused to meet  the conciliation committee of the railway brothet hoods antl the uiattei has  been allowed lo drop for the time  being.  '~lt"is"iVp"o"rted"thiit the"It'ali;in~l:ii.riH-i*~  wounded by a C. P. R. special at.  Heron Bav last week has died.  Come and see otu* Beautiful display of  SPRING MERCHANDISE.  Fancy White Muslins, All-Over Laces, Valenciuin, Bte.  Dainty Muslins. A most heaiitif'ul display of those  Goods in various colors at 15c, 17c, 20c, 25c, and 50c  s  Swiss and  Fashionable  Mercerised Sateen Skirts in endless colors���������all prices.  Perron's   Gloves  We sell the Famous " PERRKNS" Gloves.     Once worn always  asked for ��������� f ��������� "  '  Boys' Blouse Suits  .Inst   to   hand, the    finest shipment, of   HOYS'  BLOUSE  SUITS  These are the. best make in Canada and don't rip anywhere.  Microscopical  Exactness  Is  demanded in the Compcur.dir.;- o j  Prescriptions; and our care ar.d skill j  ���������the    results    of    experience    end  training^���������assure  that   degree of ac  curacy.    And, in addition, qur dtr._;s  are always pure and fresh.      Biing-  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  \S/ We have just opened up a* large range of Beautiful Sateen-Lined Vljy  (_fc\ All-Wool Serge and AVorstered Suits and marked them a wav down. $A  >������ CALL AND SEE US BEFORE BUYING  ELSEWIIE'RE. |&  ���������<g> -    '  ���������= ���������=====        ,_ <g>  TAYLOR BLOCK".  McKenzie Ave  COAL OIL V. GOAL  Stumping Powder.  Gold Commissioner Fauquier i.s in  constant receipt ot inquiries with  regard totlie sale of stumping powder  advertised by the provincial government. According to his latest  instructions applications for the  powder have to made to him on forms  which tan be obtained at thu government uilii. here. The powder costs  10 lent- a pound ami the C. P. H. have  agreed to bring it in in carload lots at  half i.lies, which would fetch the ro.-t  up to about 11 rents. Accordingly  when -siitlicient applications are in to  make up a carload he is instructed to  forward his order and distribute the  powder to the applicant..  Help Wanted.   -  A young girl for light lmu.se work in  small family, no washing. Apply  HKHALI) ollice.  The use of Petroleum on Loco  motives Calculated to Shut off  Our Chief Vancouver " Coal  Market.  D. XV. Moore, ore buyer for the Trail  smelter, is back ou the road after an  absence of three mouths spent holidaying in California. The most remarkable thing he witnessed while away was  the. i.e\v*ii__ which is now being made  of the petroleum output in Califurinia  as a motive, power. The Southern Pacific railway has led the way in this  respect and has now l>._ locomotives  fitted up. to burn petroleum from a  sprey. In locomotive work it is estimated that one barrel of oil is equal to a  ton of coal in ell'ectiveness and as the.  oil can be purchased at a saving of at  least one-third on the price of coal the  innovation i.- destined to work wonders  The saving which the change will  make on the Southern Pacifiic system  is estimated as high as $1, OOO.OOO per  annum. When the saving is applied  to all the railways of the state the  total will reach very high figures. This  will mean a great gain for the state of  California and a corresponding loss for  British Columbia, as much of the coal  at piesent being shipped from the  mines of Yancouver island has been  used by the railways entering San  Franei-co. Present indications, are  that the oil supply of the state is  .P_ry _e_ti.fi.il l_5___u nlimi Lt=d-:i nd���������the���������sa vi r.g  effected hy its use is .such tbat it will j  be but a ahoi t time until the petroleum j  supplants i oal for power pnrpoi-es ;  throughout   the   entire   state,   which '  WIDE-AAVAKE   BUSINESS   MEN,   MACKENZIE   AYE.  Ti.I.Ki'iitiNi: No. 104.  ������������������������g^i*ii....i,*������il������������Mn������~.i������^������mw������������w������������*..i.i-������i*,.*i.i  i*. o. r.o._  The Prospectors' Excharsge  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  Ciuli.*, Silver ..cud and Copper Mines wanted at the ������3_W".\i'liiint:c.  Free Milling Hold l'rojieriies wanted a. once for Eastern investor*!.  Turtles having mlnin*,'property for sale nre rciiucstcd to send sti in.lies of thoir ore  Ui llie Kxelian*_e for Exhibition.  All samples .should he sunt b; express IT. paid. . Correspondence solicited.  Address all communications to ^^^^  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,        Nelson, b.c.  p^^^ss, THE COMMERCIAL  %S&&L*'.'   CENTRE .OF.JHE-V  uwt_i ^- miiiujV1  '"\'A'v.    $\    '  ���������*������������������-���������*$ *,*   iti^  Y  Business ������ots from' $150 Up  Residence Lots $f5 and $100  UE.VI.LSTO._R  I'I. C.  \  Map of Big Bend District.  The llisit.vr.o has just received from  the celebtated firm of Bulman Bros.,  Winnipeg, a map of the Big Bend dis  irict from Revelstoke to Goldstream,  lithographed iii colors. The topographical featnr-is of the map are the work  of Mr. I. T. Brewster, who has been at  great pains to secure accuracy in this  respect. The map is on a good scale,  four miles tn the inch, and is clear in  design and attractive in appearance.  A good map of the Big Bend is some  thing for which there has been a demand for somi! lime past and the  Ill-'RAT.D believes that this one. which  it. is now offering to the public will fill  the bill. Price 50c. a piece", apply at  fl i-.ua t.r. ollice.  Business   Mention.  ���������Tee Cream Sodas every day at  Bews'.  ���������A. carload of ham." and bacons just  arrived at U. B. Humt. & Co.'s.  ���������Always read the  Canada Drug  Si  Book Co's ad, something new and up  Update all the time.  *_t  Cook     Wanted���������A    woman     Conk  wanted for hotel.       Apply  at Herald  olHce.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Co.'y.  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke   to give sub  - stantial. reasons for sup  porting Chinese laundries fi  In   exchange wc offer to  give io good reasons why j  Chinese laundries .should  not he patronized.  BUKER &��������� SAXTON,  Proprietors... ..  !  -AO-.E.l-sTT   ITOIS.  REAL ESTATE  FINANCIAL-  INSURANCE-!  MV,     FOIt SALE,  t '*. 1*.  It. TOWN-RITE,  l M.MlA TOWNSI.'..:.  ��������� C'in.i.1.1 I'.rmiinpiii ... Western  Uiiniulii Mtiriuii*,-!. i;iii*|ii,ratioii.  I l*.i|iittni)lt_* .'livings Loan nml liuiiiiiii*. Association.  i Imporliil Flre.      riiinrilliin Kire.      MercRiitile Kire.  > i unu.liuu I-1re.      i;iiIl-iIi-ii1hii Kin* ���������  ,( Cumi'ili-riiii-iii l.f.u.      Alias Ure.  "-lOU'SKS FOJt SALIi AND U.ENT.  Add5f������i.Revelstoke Station.  &PPPP9^^l**������'&9'>&&i>)r.iy->x***m.ir-*-9.r.  ���������-^^���������p^i^->^_^^|*_>^t^������>J^>^^iysy>>^ly;l>.y!>val  Honest ml miration is , elected by  thoso who wear nm- ulothes. They are  always correct; elegant, suitable. It is  [-.easing to be well attired, and pluas-  i.iMjt to lie conscious that others admire  your taste. -]?y buying hew. von dis-'  arm criticism and usually save yourself cash   HIGH CLASS LADIES'  CUSTOM TAILOklNG  i(fKffl|THEART,  TAILOR  JltilCHSZIE   AVENUE  I-nr^c iiml Well .aglitcil .  Sample Hooms   Jlcntvil by Hot Air and Electric  ���������7-,-. n     -,.    .���������.,,,���������    .      Hulls nntl l.iiflit In every room*  Free Rns Meets All Trains  Keiisoniihle Utiles    ^lHOTBL. "VTCTOBIA.^  -IOHN V. J'KHKS, L>i.f.i>iui..To,i  NIijlii  Grill itun in (".inienilon Ior the Convenience of Guests  Hourly Street Cur  Hutweci- Hotel inul Stiiltnn  IJ������������v<i.si.������.i������, !���������(������.  will mean the shutting off nf  theihief   the-Madison Parlors,  export market of the Vancoiiv-i-*r island  coal mines.���������Xel-s-on Tribune.  -Ice foi sale.-Apply A. N. Smith,-;  -Ice Cream Sodas everyday at Bews.  -Up to dat & .shirt   waists   made   at  SPRING and SUMMER ������  m  ���������Tin-* newest books always conn* in  as* <t���������,ii as printed at tbe Canada Dritf  ti Book Co.  ���������New    vaccination     shields     very  Millinery  The Latest and Most  Stylish Hats.  "  Trimmed and Untrimmed  H_l  Madison    Millinery   Parlors.  ess  m  M  CM  isSi  Br?  m  TRUE  FRUIT SYRUPS  Are the flavors used at  DEW'S    FOUNTAIN,  THH  ICE CREAM   USED  i.s the very best ancl  true   to   its   name.  There is ample accommotlalion  behind thc srreeri, where yon  t*an sit over your delicious antl  cooling draught while you chat  with your friends and enjoy  your**elf generally.  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist and  Stationer. . .  ROW* B LOCK.   TEL.������.  *.i or kodak   and enjoy ! ^^ggg;-^  McKenzie Avenue  tfe-  o������a������    jis?  A Nakusp Sensation. eon^u-table and only loc.'.it the   Can-j^   MiSSCS Shepard &. Bell    $g  Yesterday at  Nakusp  before Thos. ��������� "''"��������� *>' :lo ���������*"��������� Book Co.  Abri.'l   and F. XV, .T.tid.ui, j.istices   or j    _(}.._,.���������.,_.,!  the p^nce. Jits. .Sangella,  section  fore- 1 youix*ll. J'lie Canada DriiR ti Book Co  man. was charged with shooting at his '��������� ���������'���������''���������'P ihem i' all price*.-.  wife.    Th" evidence was   fo the clfect j  that ilieiu.-c.iisi.tl   had   been   drink'uif*-!   ,  and   that   bis   wife wanti-d to j<>!t   hi* \ N OllCe  money from him.    II������   went   into the!    .,���������      . , , ,,        ,,,,���������  Tliu lir.t annual ircni-ral iiipt-tlnir nf the ]  house and jjrot a. '2"2 calibre revolver ���������m.l It'-velMnitu Ilo-i.ltal Society xvllt !���������<��������� held nt the i  ... j ., i . , ., . ,. .-, . *' . ���������'" I Kire 1UII. Second *-trrel, on .Monday. Ali*,*il."t i  Itreil it iijit whether in Ins wife, three- j :,in.   i'.������ii ai th- hour of t-iKht |..m., for th...  tion -or   not     the   evidence   was vei v : I"1''!""',0* ������I.*ciln*f trimc'i lur the eiiMiln..  '     * l*     ' ' >    year antl jjeneral l,i|s|n.^-t-  inconchisive.    Mis  wife   said ^Ik'   was;    .in -*._r..ni*i who   have !>u!.<.<.r!l>������<l  -P.00  or  nickili" berries in Iho hiisii *m,l ,li,l ,,.,t 1 u;>warilv toward" the funds of the Society are  iit-Kiii^   it i ne*. in ine niisji ,-,���������. tun ,K)t   y,,...,,.,! ���������,,���������. ,,r,...,.,n ���������n.| von* on  all inatK-r-t  know what he was firing *it.    Ilowpvi-i- I hrouj-lu l^eio.-.j tl.e meeting antl  al! inch ������re  the "bench   decided   linallv. afier'lb.: | l"VltC"1 l������ ''������''r "*  I J.F. McLeod  Confectioner and Grocer  boat   hail   prone   and    the     prisoner's ' J  counsel. G. S.-irrCsirter. had been coin-!  pellcd to leave, to commit the prisoner I  for trial, admitting him tf) hail  iu   the* I  sum of $100<). !  vid.  B. R. ATKIV.-.  Scrntary.  Presh Eggs  i'utter  Vegetables  always on liuiid.  There Are Others.  The Greenwood Miner has joined  the list of departed newspapers, its  job print ing business and subscription  list having been taken over by the  Greenwood Times. The latter in making the announcement says : "The  publishers of the Times have lost  sul.icient in the business tn learn the  lesson taught by experience and they  know it is folly to attempt to publish  ii better paper than its patronage will  warrant. There was never room lor  two papnr������ in Greenwood and tliere  will not be business for two papers for  years to come no matter how rapid th������  growth of the city may be."  Ice Cream J  Home Made Candies |  a specialty. '*p  9  Provincial Secretary's Office  HIS HOS'0.;i*. the f.iciitcnnnt-Oovcriior-In-  floiinril lint be-.-n (.leaned to make Ihe follow  lni; appointment*!*  12lh July, lOTd.  Frederick ft. Campbell, of, Trout l.alce,  Es.|iilre. Mining Jteettrder, to lie KeRifltrar of  llie County Court of Kootenay, holden at  Trout Lake; aueh appointment to tako etTect  on the l.'.th irnta.it.  18th .Inly, I!>n*.  John   MeLfod. of   the   City  of   Reveiittoke,  K*.t]tifre, Altlcrinau,   to l>e a member of the  Hoard of Mpen-tlnir Cominl't-'ioncr^ for the paid  city, vic������" Al'lerman W. I). Newman, resigned.  18th July, 1901.  K.Iwin Adair. Arthur Williamson and I'ctcr  Ktaeey, ofthe City oi Kevelstoke. Esquires, to  lie Fenc>* Viewer* In and for the Rcvclstolte  Ridini? of the West Kootenay Electoral District. jj*_.-2t  For- Sole Or Rent.  A -icven roomed house for sale or rent. At.plv  to i. K������*rna.;tiaii. July 17 il '  TO RENT  I'tiriilslied Kooms to let.    Applv to It, Tap*  pliK. July 17] mo.  Found.  On Saturday la.-d. n. Sliver Watch. Owner  can obtain same on proving propertv and  paylnc rnstsof >his advertisement by am'.lvin-J  to Herald ollice. Jvi3**t  House to Rent.  On Third Street. The houss is Ilehted -irlth  electricity and has live rooms Xl a laree  double parlor. For particulars apply to I)  JIcCabthy, opposite Cowan Block,     jy 24-21  AND  SHE THE BARGAINS AT '  GUY BARBER'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844* Rodgers Bros.' Flat Ware.  SPECIALTY .WATCH REPAI.RINQ  H)    Now is the time for prospective purchasers tohuy.  s *    n  n  w  R. H. MAYNE, Sole Agent!  REVELSTOKE.  i-l,  P  w  m  aw  ���������fir'  W  Af?*-  I  m  if  ������������������'if  f  fi  HA  va  -4  f  m

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