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 **���������*.  */ -'-/sit  tfJ:i  X  w%    3    la    1 .4/4  >.->���������  REVELSTOKE  B.C.      WEDNESDAY,   JULY  17,  1901  $2 OO a  Year in Advance.  Our Ten and Coffee Trade i.s  steadily growing. Why ?  13ec:uise Ave curry the best  procnriible. There is nothing equal  to  '    RAM   LAL'S  FIVE O'CLOCK  BEN hub  >eh.a   and   Jaira Oof  always in stock.  luiine, trapped into arrange   countiy  und into asci vice for whicli   tliey   bad  no   desire,   ignorant I'or the nios-t pai t  I of the language, ternlied no  doubt   at  | the   imposing     ariav     of- authority  j against lliem di_.pl.iyed by the   luuiuil-  r>d police,    bulldozed   and   bewildeied.  The   London  & B. C. Goldfields | Llu,i"-' miserable iiuuinn paw ns   in   He  ruthless game of capital havu consented logo lo work I'or I be eompanv and  are as a tn.itte*.* of f.i"t iinw actually  ut work in I he company';*; employ.    ''It  British Columbia  4  i  will be m tliis -week.  - CHERRIES.  -...-'. APPLES,*;A^,^*.v  .- - APRTOTS;- "     ~-V*.--  Take Hold  of the Eva.    The.  Goldfinch Changing: Hands at  A  Big   Figure.' Noble  Four  Bonded.     Clearing   and Surveying the Townsite.  (From our own l'nrn.***|iiiii*U'iit.)  The new management, of the Eva  are working 2T> men and will increase  I he l'urci* next week. The Imperia  Development, l'o. will move on to the  ("holla group, just below lhe Eva and  resunii" operations.  Tbe Goltifinch is changing hand**, at  a veiy huge liguie. Thi*- properly lies  on the opposite side of Fish river, i'roni  the Eva.  Tbe .Sir "Wilfrid is being tested by A.  F. liosenbeigev thoroughly.  The lioiids on the Noble Four group  owned by M. M. Buchanan iV Co. have  been duly signed and preparations for  developing will start soon.  Free gold has been found within k  inile nf Camborne.  Camborne, is being surveyed out into  town lots by A.S. Ueveti'iix. P. L. S.  Cory .Menhenick has several men at  work clearing lhe townsite.  A barber shop is in course of construction with bath rooms and nil  modern conveniences.  A washerwomen could make all  kinds of money in Camborne, as prospectors have no time for washing  clothes in this camp,    i  Mr. and .Mrs. 13. 15Drew are away on  a 11 ip to tho eoa*-t.  The .i.iiiie at the Pendragon hotel on  the l'_th i-> expected to. be a grand  success.  Vi'e noticed the Ferguson' Engli*  man's name on I he register un Friday.  Tlieri* is ccrt'iinly a good locution for  imother Eagle's, nest right here Jin this  free milling camp. ;  .B. Sl-irkey and Allen, the lucky  ���������.���������jOystei*"' 'men.'.went lo 'Thomson's  Lamlingrj^sU.*^  ment on some more free gold cl.aiws.  They had round it again.  *   '      .   know jroitR.  is ii glorious victory.  Hallows  ���������CASES.  BERF.5E B58KES  WATER PITCHERS  _.' %'3.S  L_.*_t_t     .ilb*W  GGBLKT3  Lemonade - Setts  . Pi.euiei' than ever.  fl"  Closing   Exercises  at   Al  School, Yale.  (ContcllaitC'il.)  The uid villa.c of Yule, among the  inoniitains. on tbe oth, looked lovely  and g iy. when the. All Hallows' schools  wen; closing fur the summer vacation,  and the young people wen: dispersing  to their various homes. -Moslof them  wei" going westward, as Al! Ilallow.-  is closely connected with the Church of  England in this Ecrk-siasl ical Piovince  of British Columbia. Several days  pluvious a series of t losing exercises  was taking place of ,tiiiu*li interest to  the scholars and visitors, showing  much care and surcesful work on the  pit it of the pupils. These exercises  amongst other things consisted of a  very pretty and elaborate (lower drill,  and a well executed French play, and  a seene Irom School for Scandal, with  an abundance of songs and instrumental music. The characteristics of this  school are ils lovely situation, secluded  and romantic, its graceful family life,  aiul the evident interest children take  in it a.s a home, its direct religious  associations which are complete and  invaluable, its thoroughness in leaching subjects for study such a.-, music.  Thus lately 9 pupils were s?nc in for  the local examination of the Associated Board of tht* Koy.-il College and  Royal Academy of .Music, _ London,  England. All thf 0 passed, two obtaining distinction.  The ladies wbo manage this school  represent the All Hallows community  at Ditchingb'ain, near Norwich. Eng.  gl.ihd. Originally they came out. lo  help, thc fiist Bishop of "N'ew Westminster in his Indian work and this  work lhey carry on still to lhe advantage of both institution's. ' The Indian  work is Mis ..interesting' as the above.  nrid^inti,tS'jiv.i}-v-j^"iVit*ii.iis-pfUeionl.:^*t-.in--  on Win. New tori.'P8. D. was the visitor on the occasion and presented the  prizes, the ltev. C. Croucher and many  others being present.  5 bKUBQBl!'  BEi  The Adventures of Two Michigan Lumber MenwhoWanted  to Inspect Their Timber Tract  on the Upper river.  W. II. Mann and J no. I.. -Murray of  .Muskcgo'li. Mich, returned on Sunday  ft om their trip up tn the timber limits  in the Big Bend district, which aie  owned by (lie iWirliig.ui syndicate,  whom lhey represent. Their limits lie  to thi" north of those which Messrs  Fhr.ine and J 'otter wore visiting and  ,n*e above I he jumping oil' pl-u e of tbe  present trail, which ends al the Smith  Creek ferry. AL thai poinl tbey had  to gel a boat buill and after considerable rustling lound mining camps and  miner's -shacks lhey secured some  whipsaws and other tools and Raymond Allen built Ihem a boat. In this  frail craft the .Michigan nien essayed a  trip up the fast rising, waters ol the  Columbia bul lhey found on reaching  Lhu Cordon rapids thai the water was  getting too high for them and with a  pi aspect of grub running short they  decidud to turn back without h-iving  really inspected their limits al nil.  However they enjoyed Lheir trip and  Mr. Murray who is un old Ontario man,  expressed himself delighted witli the  cuiiiiuy and the people iu it, being  glad to inn across so many good.  Cituidiaiis iu possession of this part of  Lhe world in his visit,to the country,  l'lieit* plans, with regard to' their  mints, owing lo lhe indecisive nature  of lhe survey they were able to make  of their timber tract, are not yet  settled, but they intend to return at a  later date and go oyer the properly  more thoroughly.  SOU Pi  IB��������� I  A Close Corporation Formed to  Take Over the Bond on the  Lade Group.���������Stock Eagerly  Sought for and all Taken up.  Last week several I'amiliar.lignres in  Revelstoke mei in Calgary. F. XV.  Godsal and W. F. Cochrane, the two  prominent Albeit an lanchers, who are  both so deeply interested in mining  niatiers in.lhe r.aideau were there aiiil  clo.-i; observation might have occasionally delected a form strongly resembling the well known manager of the  Nellie I.. in deep consultation with a  pioniinenl Calgary newspaper man.  The. occasion of this galhei ing of the  clans was to put the final touches on  the recent.deal on lhe Lade gioup, Lhe.  bullous tellnride gold property in the  l_i.ii deau. Tho company which has  taken over the bond on the. property  was fninii'd and the cheques issued for  the. lirsl payment. The capitalization  is moderate being onlv .$120,000 in $200  r  shares. Of this sum the principal part  $100,000 goes tn pay for thn properly  and the balance will he devoted lo  opening up the mine. IL is a close  corporation, tliere are no tteasury  shaies and all the stock has been subscribed for and more too, if il could be  obtained.  I  \  I  x  t  A nice range of Parlor Lamps  Prices surprisingly low.  FRUIT SAUCERS  BREAD AND BUTTER  PLATES  CRACKER JARS  CHAMBER SETTS  A nice line lo choose Ironi  Pints     Quarts     Half Gallons  ���������e^-.**-*"-******-*"*****-*'**^  &C0  Run  up Against   the   Mounted  ���������-Police at Calgary, They Finally  Consent to go to Work.  The Albertan issued at Calgary last  Sat unlay says: "When No. 2 came in  ivi Thursday night, she ran at high  speed through the station y.uil and on  as far as lhe Police Barracks. Var-  i mscuiijeotions wcipmade at to 'the  reason I'or this, some said that lhe air  brakes had refused lo work, others  tbat, the train ran down for water,  while some had no idea, what was the  ciiv-i*. When the express finally  lm*_k"'.l*int" ���������������������������*���������! station il leaked out  nal a number of men had been run  down to the barracks and arrested.  .Tl'E "WIIOI.H STOItY  About thn 2nd or lird of .1 uly the 'C.  P. H. sunt ollicials over to Boston.  .Mass. to engage men In work. Thev  succeeded in contracting wilh iiboul 50  rtalians Income to Brilish jLCiilumhi'i  and do section work, the company to  furnish transportation, etc.  When the men got, .-is far as Revel-  -toke they were unloaded and ordered  to work on the Hack, but they i������������������fused  t-i do so, having learned the true html-  ol nll'airs.  "Well,"  snys    Hie   company  have you here   under  contract  iiuike you work."       But  wi'iegame and   stood   lheir   ground,  und   linally   becoming   tired   or    the  bt-ir.itil'ul   scenery   around Revelstuki*  about 10 of them hoarded    a   train   to  t y and get home, and de-piteull efforts  todislodge them they si n-yed   with   it  till Calgary was reached.  Hen.' a scheme was worked on the  f.ireigneis; word was telegraphed  ahead to make iirinugeineiits to  receive the uniu'y pasbenger.**. A  Toi ie of city and mounted police were  stationed down near the hat rat k?, and  thus we soo why the train ran past the  station. Imagine the surprise of the  poor fellows when Lhey saw the trap  laid for them; and Iho trap worked.  They were all jugged."  There were not really a.s many of  these miserable aliens gathered in us  om* contemporary states. We belii ve  there really wei e -ixteen of them, tie  siimi; outfit Unit wore here in town.  Thev weie brought up before Insp.  Sanders or the N. W. M. T'olico. who  dismissed the cases Tor lack of evidence  to prove the charge brought against  their, of quilling the C. P. It. service  under the Masters' and. Sersaiits Act.  The mugiblmli! lectured them and li t  them go.     The.   lust   liows of lliem is  ''.ve  we'll  Italians  Big Bend Railway Project.  The other evening the pioposilion  was made by some of our citizens in  conversation with Messrs. Mann and  Murray, the Muskegon tiniberiueii,  i hat in order to handle their Big Bend  limits to advantage a* railroad from  this point lo Canoe Kiver would be  necessary. It was explained to them  the provincial aud Dominion governments would both most likely assist  such a project with bonusscs either in  cash or land or perhaps both. The  gentlemen seemed to incline to  the proposition,, when it was explained to them how liheial a  help they might expect in thi.s way,  and although they did not, of couisi*.  commit thjmselves, the idea is likely  to bear fruit in futute. It is csti*  muled hy toinpelont judges who  know the '      country       -through  _w I) i ch t he .    road - 1 has ..to.,   pass  thai it could he built at a cost noi  exceeding about $13,000 per mile,which  for thc 00 miles between here and  Canoe Itiverwould mean a total ol  $1.&"iO,000. There is no doubt lhat il  these gentlemen take hold of a railway  proposition into the Big Bend, they  could count on the fullest support ofthe people of Kevelstoke id obtaining  government aid for lhe undertaking.  That the road would be a (Inuncial  success within a very "short period  after louipletion may be taken for  giunted. It would open up some of  the linest timber lands in the province  and a mineral country, which would  speedily finder development put even  llu- l.urdoau. Sluian and .Ko.sland  di--.li iris in the shade in a very few  year*:, In say nothing ol' tin* immense  mica deposits extending fiom Tele  .Inline Cachi* to Wood liver, which  such a line would tap. The Ili-.itam)  has every hope lhat Messrs. .Mann and  Murray's visit lo the Big Bend will  be the means of attracting capital to  tike hold of a project at oiue so full ol  .���������,-^i.V,A-^'T.^e^StattdaJd.j'-^'..---f[i,*^_s*,vi.'  A. W. Mcintosh, ciiine in froui tlie  Standard basin on Monday. He has  lately been working on-the Standard  mine for the Prince Co. Sloping is  going on in the upper works and a nice  iot of oie is being taken out for shipment as soon as thu sleamet* is put on  the upper river.  - Speaking to a Hi*:n.*'.i.D man on his  return lo lown Mr. Fool said: ''L had  always thought" from what had been  reported lo me that the gold bearing  ore on the Lade brothers propel Ly was  only found in stringers and 1 never  even Look the trouble to go and look at  it. However lately a mining-man,  whom 1 could trust to, know what he  was talking about told me that he had  .visiLed"Uie'7iSi'o'fiertyl7rifit~fhuli'ir''tn*6  true fissiue veins on it, He was quite  enthusiastic about il aud gol me  worked up lo go and have a look at il  myself. 1 found when 1 looked il  over that the half 'had not been Lold  tno. I Untied mil two but five lissurej  veins on the group and that without!  including one of those repotted by my 1  ii'.liirni-inl. tin'one on which lhe Lade  boy-" did the woik .-incl out of which  lhey tonic the ti ial bbipment of or������*.  which cieated such a sensation three  ye.ir-.iigo. That lead was covered up  wilh snow and I never saw it at all.  Bul I have seen enough lo justify my  belief I hul, the gioup will become  under development one of the biggesL  things in British Columbia. The company is now formed and leady for  biisini'-'s and we intend commencing  operations right a way."  The  Miners' Strike.  The total number or Illinois on stiike  in Uussland is placed al 120(.. The  -Miners' l/ninn have issued a statement  of lhe strike cause as follows: '"The  foundation of the tumble is lhe fact  thai marly hull' the mine employes  :n u paid 20 per cent less than for the  same labor in other camp-*, and the  annoying pracl ices introduced. First,  espionage unil blacklisting, by wliich  many of Lhe ablest meinbeis werecom-  pellcd to seek employment elsewhere.  Second, ievocation or the privilege of  t.hei-eciot.'try in being allowed to soli,  cil members among non-union men off  duly on eompanv premises. Third, by  connection wilh bogus employment  agencies in seeking to Hood the overcrowded market with cheap foreign  labor. Fourth, by the corporation  seeking lo crush it sister union at  Norlhporl."  The Kosshind Hoard of Trade after  investigating the circumstances surrounding the strike came to the conclusion Unit as lhe stiike had been  ordered on a vote of slightly over 7.")  per cent of the members of the members of the. union, who voted and not  by tbiee-fourlhs ot the nieinheisof the  union in good standing, as the constitution of Lhe Western Federation of  Minuis, to which the union belongs,  demands, therefore it was illegal: This  vei diet wiis conveyed to the executive  coinuiittee in 'a letter' dated last  Friday.  " The.latesl advices repoit -no* change  in the situation.'  BY WIRE  Defeat of Salisbury Government  BIG STRIKE CF CfAL MINERS  Revelstoke Gun Club.'    '  The usual practice shoot' of the gun  club took   place   oil   Saturday.*' 'The  weather . was   bad   and   the   shooting  corresponded.   In fact the green shots  ��������� _���������������������������*-*,*-- ���������  i   t41i    *^i, "-TV*.*1* f i "* ^" -y-". "** ��������� -^' ���������C"'*-****-,"' i- &*���������*���������)  ���������  beat llie veierans iis'wilfbe seen   from  lhe score: --        " '  20 birds unknown angles.  First class.  n. A. Brown  11. (gold button.)     ,  .1. (iuy Biiibc-r 10, (silver button.)   - !  K. A. Upper!).-      -- ^^<-     .- ���������  A. 3. McDonell S. ,-.-"'  C. 11. Ske.ni* o, and out.  Second class.  T. E. L. Taylor 13, (gold  button.)  A. E.' Phipps 10.  EXt������^-^.:?"^^  Cosn_-_-.es_Gi.ig Tuesday, JuSy 2nd, for the Month of July  iiipnrtance to this place and so replete  with ii piomise of profit in itself.  The Trackmens' Strike.  Thero are rumors on the street,  which thc the llEit.vi.n sincerely hopes  are. correct, that there is a prospect,  that the strike of the mainK'nance of  wav employes is in a fair "way of heing  settled within a day or two. Gen.  Supt. Marpole ciine in here this morning and went on west. 11 is said that  hewn* in possession of telegrams to  that effect.  Two cm* loads of It'ili.'ins   from   the  oast   to   work   on   tho  road  came in  yeslerday   under   charge   of  11.     Ij. I  I-m-oring and went on west.  On Mondav afternoon Thos. Taylor  M. P. P., was present, hy invitation ut  n meeting of thc striking trackmen in  Selkirk Hull and explained the notion  of thc government with regard to the  appointment ofthe special provincial  constables at   the   commencement   of  arrived from olllcinl .-.out'eos and is to the strike. T. McManamon, the dis  hut moneyless, friendless. | tnct organiM-r of thc B. " t nf a  thousands of miles    fiom  was present al tho meeting.  slurvtng,  ur Entire Stoc&t^of Summer Goods  Ladies  don't   miss  the   opportunity   io     complete     yonr  puichiwea   of - Summer   goods   tit'   BARGAIN     PRICKS.  Powder Mill Blown up.���������Pitched Battle  in New Mexico.���������French Cabinet  Minister Shot at.���������Police and Unemployed in Collision in Austria.���������The  New Pacific Cable.���������Prince Edward's  Island on Its Ear.  Wi.vn-.oi:. July 17.���������The Hamilton  Powder Co.'s mill here was blown up  yesterday. ��������� One man wns killed and  three or four were injured. The  buildings were wrecked.  Xkw- Yokk, July 17.���������All the firemen of the stationary engines of the  Delaware and Hudson, Erie and Ontario and Western railrond'companies  mines in the Lackawanna "."alley are  on strike. Twenty collieries are shut  down and 12,000 men nre idle.  Jloxcf Kong. July 17.���������The strength  r.f the British troops at Tien Tsin is to  increased by 1.000 men.  Vancouver, July 17.���������All was quiet  last night in the fishermen's strike on  the Fraser river. The run of fish is  very small so far. .  Georgetown, July 17.���������It is stated  in Piinee Edwnid Island that if the  Dominion government declines to give  that province a portfolio on the retirement of Sir'Louis.Davie?, ex-premier  Peters now of Vancouver will' he invited to run and represent B. O. and P.  E. 1. in,thc(cabiuut. ��������� ,-    _,���������������  London, J uly -17.���������The government'  was defeated   in the   House of*. Loids  yesterday .by .21. - .The   defeat   was  unimportant, but indicates thediscon'-f-  .tont, o������*'tha supporters of the govern    ,  ment. .....  Santa FK,--:Jiily 17.���������A* pitched  battle has occurred between'Mexicans  and negroes in-New 31exic'o in which  J.5 negroes 'were killed. The Mexican  loss is unknown. The trouble was  caused by,the killing of a Mexican bya  negro ashort time ago. '     '  Paris, July 17.���������M.* rtandin, minister of 'public works, wiis' shot'at'-  yesterday morning. ~The intention of  the lady who fired the shot was ~lo  create-a sensation and pave the way  for airing n giievance of her" family  against the government." No" damage  was done. ��������� " ' * '  London. July 17.���������The manufacture  of the cable for the new Pacific cable  from Vancouver to Australia will he-  gin in Loudon this week and it is  expected that the cable will he work"  ing hy the end of 1902.    '  Vienna, Julv 17.���������More  titan .one  Blouses, Wlbitewear, Wash Goods,  Summer     , Dress      Goods,  Sailor Hats  Children's   Headwear  "pic stock must bo reduced and curly purchasers will got   the full benefit,  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing" are included in the  ������o  argain    Figures in] Men's  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  Our Desire to   make   room -for 'Fall  Importations  is   your  opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  hundred persons including troops and  police were wounded on Monday in an  encounter at Lcmberg. ,The police  and troops attempted to stop the,street  parade of the unemployed.  DESPATCHES IN. BRIEF...  Five persons were" killed in a collision  of two freight" trains nenr Muskogee,  Indian Territory.  Two persons were killed and one  fatally injured and several others hurt  in a head end collision at Padensville  YS\ Va.  Two thousand iiiiichiiiiBts, on  strike at, Ginciniiiitti, Ohio,, since May  20th, hnve returned to work.  Thc Shamrock will sail for New  York on July 2.1th.   :   " '  A cave in at a reservoir dam heing  built at Fairfield. Conn., killed two  men and iujiued nine others, all  Italians. .  Ten thousand delegates to the  international lipworth League Convention have an ived at San Franciico.  A train on the Vera Cruz railroad,  in .Mexico, was attacked by a large  force "of armed men. Seven persons  on the train were killed. The police  force is now in pursuit of the mob.  The weather continues hot in tbe  Eastern States, Two deaths occurred  at New Harcn, Conn. Eastern Canada  is also sweltering under % tropical  wave.  WjtPPPPPiHHe*JHkrPppppppi*p������ppp> PPPPP*ppppppppppppppppjM*M^  ���������If you are troubled this warm  weather with corns, we have a new  plaster that fastens around the toe  and removes corn in two days. 25  cents per box. Try one' they are  c\cellent.   Canada Drug & Boo Co.  * ifcvhl9\tjjimU and ^aiteag  Publish _d By  stoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limit*- Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A -(.mi-Weekly Journal published in the  tmteresu ol the railway men. mining men anil  -lulnesa men of the Went. Days of publication  W������d aesilay and Saturday.  ADTEK1IS1NC  BATES.  Display ad������.-.|1.50 per inch; single* column.  12 per inch when Inserted on till.* puce  Legal ad������., 10 rents, per ineh (nunparli-l) liti"  for lirst insertion; & cents for ea.*h aJoilionul  insertion. Local notice* 10 cent*, per line each  issue. Birth, Marriage and Death Notlees-  free. "  SUBSCRIPTION  RATES.  By mail or carrier,"; 12 per annum; -H."!.** Tor  fix month*, strictly In advance.  OCK JOB DEPARTMENT.  Iii one of the best equipped printing offices in  the West and prepared to execute all kinds ot  :  fn aratclass  _ _   ��������� style at honest prices,  ne price to.all.: No: Job too large���������none too  printing  one prlc .- _, .��������� ��������� ...-_,-          ,  .mall���������for ue.    Mall orders promptly attended  to.   Gii-e us a trial on yourhext bnlcr.  TO CORRESPONDENTS.  We ln-rlte correspondence on any subject  of Interest to tho general public, In all ca**es  the bona fide name of the writer must accom-  j.anv manuscript, but not necessarily for  publication.  Address all communications to tbe Manager.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENT.*.  1.���������All correspondence must be legibly  written on one aide of the paper only.  2.���������Correspondence containing per.-onal  matter must be signed with itie proper name  olthe writer.  i;.^.. GROGAN.  Editor.  Wednesday, July 17,  1001.  THE CASE,OF  THOSE ITALIANS.  Mn another column will he  found an  account    takes    from  the  Alhertan,  published in   Culgary,   of   what  happened   to 'soon*  of  the Italians, who  were brought'into this province at the  beginning  or  tbe 'month to take the  place of the striking trackmen.   These  men were hired in Boston to work on  tba line under a promise of two dollars  a day and   double   time.   Under  the  provisions of tbe Alien Labor Act this  contract became null, voih and worthless: as : soon   as  the men crossed the  Canadian frontier. They were brought  .out. west,-. where   the  most of theiu  refused   to   work aud   they were left  stranded on the community.   According..toi the Alien Labor  Act the company, could ��������� be  compelled   to  return  .   them to their own' countrv.   However  the  j Alien   Labor  Act having  been  , carefully  framed so as  to be  useless,  this provision . was of very little avail  to theseunfortunate foreigners, several  thousand miles:froin their  home, in   a  new   and   strange  country and  uhso-  : lutely, dependent on the charity .of the  verjt.men- whose places they had been  imported, to* fill, .although they were  not,.. according? : to  their  own   statement.-.: made, aware   by the  O. P. B.  .. agents, .who'   hired   them  tbat any  strike was on, a statement,  which   is  certainly      borne      out      by       the  fact.that as soon   as   they   found   out  theiacts cf tbe case,  they refused to  work."  We say -the C. P. R. agents"  . since we really must be allowed to file  for future reference   along ..with Mr.  HcNicol'g C. P, K. press telegrams the  statement  that  the company  found  these, men promiscously so to speak in  Montreal and that there is tome per-  ������pn id Boston, who shipped them into  - Canada and paid  theii' passage there  apparently for bis  own   ainiisement.  Human credulity has its limits.  The.e unfortuoate people th������n found  ment of this Dominion stands idly and  supinely by, apparently indifferent to  the whole business.   We have government members with an overpowering  (antc-i'lectioi!) affection fur  the.   working   man,   like Kev. Muxw-.ll, we have  labor   members with an overpowering  (post-election) affection for the government,    like    Ralph ��������� Smith,   we   havt,  labor  commissioners   drawing    their  $lfi00   a   year   and   kept right   in this  province to  look after   "u*-t   such matters,   like   .Mr.   iheiiiner,   we   have  a  Labor   bureau,  losting   the   count ry  several   thousands   per   aiinnum      in  official salaries, towards whicli  British  Columbia pays about   three   times  ;<s  much in proportion to its ponnlation as  any    other province  and   the   whole  shooting match has not yet apparently  got round to the fact   that this   trackmen's strike is so much as in existence.  As   for   the   Dominion   member   for  Kootenay,   it   is the  houndeii duty ol  the Libe ral Association of this riding  which   hy   causing   his  election   lia.-*  entirely   disfranchised    the   constituency,       to       demand       his      im-tanl  resignation.   But.  as a matter of   I'nci  the    member for Kootwiay is   not one  whit more useless than the rest of the  present government and its supporters,  Labor aud Liberal.    He is only  rather  more flagrant.     In reality there is no  real government in Canada except the  C. P. R.   St is useless to   complain   of  the company  breaking the law.   The  company's   will   is   the  government*'.-*  good   pleasure.   There   is   no   retires*-"  nor any likelihood of  any.   Nor   will  there be as longas tho people of Canada,  as often as an   election   comc<   round  and   the  cards arc once more, in their  hands,   allow    themselves  to   be   led  away into playing a, tomfool game   of  dead   political   issues,   leaving   every  matter, of  veal    social   * ml   political  concern carefully   shelved   away   beyond discussion.     We   ure. not voally  govcrned at all.     We have niachinery  for government out of all   proportion  to our population and we pay   correspondingly.     But   the machine is only  used for hypnotizing us into  the   idea  there is such a thing  as   government  in existence.     It   is   not  the   clever  "jawsmiths", to use Goldwin   Smith's  classical    expression,     poppycocking  round the country,   blethering about,  the greatness and   glory  of   the Canadian nation who are our real ruler?.  It is the men who can defy and twist  and evade the law and keep the   jaw-  smiths, whom in our folly we  elected  soil, and brought it iu with them as  proof of what thev had found, lt was  this rotten piece that created so much  excitement, and il well might, as il  shows a clear surface when split of  2... 15 inches.  Price left the sample in Uecorder  Lang's specimen case, wheie it has  been duly admired by local mining  men.  ���������.   Mr. G. B. Mi'Dormot, Dr. Tavlor and  "il^iss Ling are also  interested  in   this  m  ���������SPACE ���������':��������� RESERVED FOR-    f  proposition nnd we learn   that it is the |  intention of some New   Yoik   gentlemen  to secure machinery furi-plilting  the mica into sheets   and   so   be   in   a  position to ship the linishcil pioduct.  The location of the claims is in the  Big Bend, two mi;*.-- fnun the river  anil aluiuM diivcl ly nppn.-iti' the iimiith  nl' Wuoil river.  The mineral is found in a dike of  ipiiirts. and ir, a- llu* liu.se i-pecimcn  iiiiiieati'S. iu 1'ii'gi* piece*". Al points,  where the i|ii.ut/. h-i.s been exposed lo  lhe weather there i.- good showing and  the miiii'i'.il can be U'.if.'.I !'.>:��������� ;i ili-s  ta nei' of - Kl yards on I b" snri'aci'  Price brought in scimi! .-pi'iiinetis of  tin that have been sent, for a**s**.y, but  those wha have seen the samples and  are in a position to pronounce on their  value, say that the ledge i-- high grade.  North Hast ICootenay will s.ion be  recognized as the banner di\ inion of  the failramcd Kooten.-.ys.���������Golden  Km.  Revelstoke  Station.  Business   Mention.  Always read the  Canada   Di'iifi  __  c-vg  my^*^^j;*^*x*������^_(W*5'^.<a r"***!*''-^:������.-''.!'.'^ P^^-V {*���������*���������'���������������������������?$_#'������ P^SR-f p-ZgL;d ������>%&]���������! CiT-Syf: P-HSZ'ri i'Y^y^Wr^PJQ(Wttp'!������&>3J������  Motice  to   Preeir-ptors   ef  Crown  Lai.nis.  themselves' distributed ��������� along this  division. They could uot get the company to give them- transportation  back. - It was a case of do something  *r starve aud they elected to' take  forcible powesiion of aC. P. R. car aud  make a-'break,- The result of their  ven'.ure..U partly told in the account of  ibeir reception in Calgary in the  Albertiau. The upshot was that they  were let off, there being  no  evidence  . rigainst.tbeia iu proof of the charge of  quitting the company's service, laid  under tbe Masters and Servants Act.  And the latest that the MhHALD has  heard about them ii that bulldozed  aud Iwwildered, ignorant of the law  and not kiiowiuj; where to look for  advice or assistance, they luve made  the b_������t of a had job and gone back to  work for the company.  Now in the name of common sense  and justice, who are the real offenders  against the laws of the hind and thc  laws of ordinary humanity in this  case. ' These poor dazed and miserable  foreigner*, flung suddenly in the  midst bf"cbnditions of which they had  no coricejption and laws, of which they  were totally ignorant or thc C. P. R.  company, which in defiance of the  lawoftanada, or if  you   please,   in  -some quibbling evasion of it,   engaged  , and Imported them for  its   own   pur.  ��������� poses, sUr-Ved and bullied them till  they tooV the law into their own  hands in despair of any hope of redress  from any other -quarter, and then  invoked the aid' of the Dominion  police in order to buldoze their victims  into' carrying out a. contract made  against the Dominion laws ?  Meanwhile  .-th**   so  called  gOYern*  to protect our ��������� interests, deaf, dumb  blind and quiet, they are our real  rulers. They can bluff and bullyrag  till they compel another man to work  for them and that is about thc limit of  ruling necessary, at present for C. P.  R. purposes. We have not got as far  as the branding iron and whipping  post yet. The time is scarcely ripe.  Still if the Herald might make a  suggestion, there is really no necessity  to be so tender handed with the next  batch. of Italians that Mr. McNicol  finds wandering about Montreal.  shipped in there from Boston at his  own charges by some kind friend of  the C. P. R. The programme gone  through with the first batch was too  tedious and sxpensive. Why not ship  them out with a good ball and chain  ri vetted on each one's left leg. A man  can do a lot of work with a ball and  chain on. They are only a lot of  ignorant Italians anyhow. This is a  free country.-���������: ^-^ - *���������  Book Co's ad, something  new  anil np  to date all the time.  ���������New- vaccination shields very  comfortable and only 15c. at liie Canada Drug & Book Co.  ���������We have a fresh supply of tanglefoot, fly paper, poison fly paper, insect  powder and blowers at Canada Drug  & Book Co.  ���������If you are troubled this warm  weather wilh corns, we have a, now  plaster that fastens around the toe  and removes corn in two days. "*.">  cents per box. Try one they are  excellent.    Canada Drug -.V; Boole Co.  ���������Ice Cream Sodas every day at  Bews'.  ���������A carload of hams and bacons just  arrived at C. B. Hume & Co.'s.  Cook -Wanted���������A woman Cook  wanted for hotel. Apply at Herald  office. "J  ���������Ice for sale.���������Apply A. N. Smith,  ���������Ice Cream Sodas everyday al Bews.  ���������Up to dale shirt waists made al  the Madison Parlors.  ���������The newest bonks always come in  us soon as printed at.the Canada Drng  & Book Co.  ���������Get acanierii or kodak and enjoy  yourself, riu-Canada Drug-fc Bool: (Jo  keep tlieni -it all prices.  The attention of Pre-einplnrs oi Crown Luiuls  is hereby calleil mini ninon-lini'iUto the "l.tind  .\ct," pa*,-.cd nt llie last >e*,*-itin of llie Legis-  Intiii'v, wliieli provide.*- a- follows, viz:  "!i. Pre-einpiors of Urnwu l.uii<l-, whether  in nrrcur**. in payment ol nihtnliiicrii*- of  pi*.rclia-e monev or not, wlio ul llie lime of  cmuiiii; into force of tills Act have nbiiiinuii  Certilieate***ut Improvement, or wlio i-lnill have  obtiiincil Coiiliii'iucs ul Improvement within  twelve months Uiereatier, nlnill on con form ini;  with tliu provisions ot the "uinil Act," exempt  as herein- altcretl, bu until Hul in obtain (Jrown  grams oi" tlii.ii* pre-emption claims upon win-  pleiins, pavmunl** of puri-lufi* money at the  rate of seve'nty-livc conl.-, per aero, ami crown  llnml fees, which payments may be miiile as  follows:  " Twcntv-llve cents per. acre on before tlie  ..1st day of December, l'JUl:  ������������������ Twenty-five cent** per acre on or before the  .',0lh davoi June, 1UUJ;  " ami the ronuiliiiiig���������  " Twenty-live cents per acre on or before the  :51st dav oi December, 13112, ami without any  further payment ot inlerc.-l."  " W. S. GOItK,  Deputy of ..units and Works.  Lands and Works, IJepariment,  Victoria, 15.0., 1st June. I'.Hll.  Revelstoke  auncssry  ,,^-i't^  THE  BIG BEND  The Coming Event ofthe Season  at Tapping's Opera   House  Richard & Pringle's Minstre's.  The date of  thu Richard & Richard  Si Pringle's gigantic minstrel  airgrega-  tion perform.-vtice her.- i*1 Aug 12.  The hour of the big street parade is  2.30 p. in. on the d.iy cf their arrival  in this ciLv -   -  ..   CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICK.  Troadwell Mining claim, situate in the  Lardeau -Mining Division of .West Kooienay  District. .    ���������  Where located: On Lexington Mountain,  near Pool Creek bridge.  Take Notice that I, F.C. Green, of Kelson,  acting as iikciu for the " Imperial Development Svniliciue. Limited." r'rec Miner's  Certificate .No. l',:'.'._,iill,intend, sixty dajs from  tin* dale hereof, in anplv to llie -Miiimp  Uecorder for a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown I. rant of  tlie above claim,  And further take notice that action, under  Section "Ll, musi be. commenced before tlie  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated thi.s twentieth day of June, 1001.  1*. C. GiiKEN,  1*. L. S.  **'M****m-*:m< _���������***.***.^^  ���������r  fr  fr  Rates:    $1.00 per day-  Good accommodation.   A good Ear, wall supDhed with  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  A GOOD  NAME....  I   Is beiter than riches  We have the n.ime'of making  the onlv Sirll-.ii Soils in Town  ��������� for d'nrainlity and quality  thev also excel.  . TRY ONE  R S. WILSON  Next the 'McCarty Block.  Notice.  Claims   Located    opposite   the  Mouth of Wood River by Two  Golden Prospectors.  Mien bus been Iii-oiikIiL in from Lime  to tiiue by parlies who hnve conic frnin  thai pint ut' Lhis dintrict, lyinj? bctivccn  .-.envoi* ami the i.ig Bend, ami fair  specimens havu been exhibited* in 'this  town very often, hut it run mined for  Mr, C. P. l'fice, better known ns  "Kid," to b.in_{ in u piece to open the  eyes of Gold������nites,nnd whicli, if nliown  in any of the moneyed centres of the  east, would create ;i furore.  "Kid" has been trapping and prospecting the whole of the northern poi -  tion of this diHtrict for the past few  years and has traced the mien, l'oriiin-  tion over a long stretch of territory  bafore finally selecting the point on  which he has now located.  Accompanied by Chas. Hatch, he  left in the middle of June for the north  carrying with him powder and stoel  with which to open up the ledge, but  on unpacking his supplies no cups  were forthcoming, and no woik could  be done. Just why the caps were not  there has been the subject of numerous debates between "Kid" mid "Mac"  and the decision is ns far away as  ever. Having to return, Price dug  put a detached block of the mineral  which had rotted away from the main  ledge, end was lying embedded in   the  This magnifneent .-treel spectacle is  worth seeing, as it present.  a number nf attractive features never  i-een here before. j  Two brass bands furni-*h the.   march- ���������  ing   music. A   number   of Myli^h j    TJj4   (1._.   ���������,,������������������,,, ~~���������i   mc,.tIr,K  of   the  imported    Knelish     carts   drawn   hv   ..���������������������������.���������.���������Im..:-.'* Hi.-[>ltui f-oclcty will he held at the  ,-      .      ,      .,     "        ,",       ,   , '., ��������� Kir-; Hall. -iT'ind .-treel,  on .Monday, Ainjiint  Kentucky thorough bred horses-- swi-ii . 4tIU *,���������, ���������, lh(. *,���������.,, 0{ ,.tzht p.m.. fm* the  affairs���������an* only  ������.   txr.v   ot   its   many j i>'irj.o-e of ,.|....tliiK irum-ei for thc en-niiis  ���������" I yenrnri'l i2fen.*ru.l )iu>liie*"������.  noticablo IcnturHf. j    All pi.*r-oii������ wlio   Have  siili-cril.eil   Jf.-.OO  or  This  orsfiiui-'.ntiiin   c.irries   its    own I upiyiirrt- i.nvjr.Mhe fundi nf live ������'"'.;���������->' are  . ..niitlcil to l*. pr*.-cnt anil voti." on  all  matler-  Citrlotnl    of  scenery,    lis own siring im h-rnnxiit Lfiun* ihe mcetiiiif and all Midi  are  Kentucky stock, imported carl-.,   "tc . j l'nil'"1 '" '"'''r Ml" ,,  ,. yrKI:<i!  nnd  is transportt'fl in its own Pullman | j}o.������i,i, "s.i.r.'iary.  Palace ran*--. ., i  BEBBAGGLGD  SKIRTS* ���������  This L-sSlinril wontlier on those bountiful  white --Itlrls: mak-es them dirty all  around tlie bottom���������*-o you'd not want  to wash them'yourself.  We want them for you, thouirh.  We want, lo make lliem clean and  briRlit anil tres'n. We make ali linen  loolc fresh and sweet."' '   '.  FAYETTE E-ME5?.  Jas. I. Woodrpw  "���������OTTrpriHER  Retail Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season   All orders promptly iillcd.  CorKin?sti*l!2rs. EBYB&S50KE. B.C.  A BARGAIN IN  REAL ESTATE  A VALUAT.LR RRSTDliNOR-  -Kropcrtv nenr the Court house. C'nsl.  over-!"?2*.'000,���������i'oi'-salo---ab--.$1000.==���������J������'oi*  terms' and particulars apply lo A.  JOHNSON7, Herald Ollice.  | Brown ^ ^  ���������f  ****************************************************  ���������ueriii  fr ~  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  . fr  s.t  fr  tt.  m  ���������m  58  &��������������� ������4%\ 'ii ������J B* H?H vffek        gtA, g  &I     D3        &_$<&> Hit' II %$ ^1  Wholes.*.!'** and  Retail Dealers  ^ PRIME BEEF.     PORK.   . MUTTON-     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON. . '  s&_  es  m  ��������� C-5i  s  A    BUSINESS  PROPERTY  FOR SAJLE  ON'SISCJON'D STRI.KT���������a bai'niiiii  ami on easv terms of pavincnl.. Applv  to .1. D. SlI'i'AI.D, Iteal  Estate  Awl-  Notice.  I  Notice.  The city has rur snlo-���������a quanlit}* of j  blanket1**, l,i>nts etc. Apply fo Jli.-|  Worship   lhe   .M.iyor.   W, Jl,   Drown  l'*SI|.  ('. I*:. Shaw  CitV   (.loi'K.  NOTKi: i-) crebv i?K<*n lhat ������n dH}"  dale I int.-ii'l lo ai.|.'.y tn lhe ("hl.*f linn  truf: fruit syiu/ps  Are the flnvorx xx?eii at  BKVV'.S    KOU.S'TAI.V,  THE ICE CREAM  USED  i.s thc very best ancl  true   to   its   name.  There It ample accommodation  behind the screen, whero yon  can nit over your ilclicioiii and  cooling draught-while you chat  ivlth your fricndK and enjoy  yourself generally.  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist ancl  Stationer. . .  BROWN lir.OCK.   TEI.. *48.  afi er  -,,(,",-.- in ihe <:nii.| Ooiniiil.-  -n.,ucr nl I-.iii.l*. and ftork" for |>"n.ii"!oii to  piirclm-.* :i,u .i-II-iwIhj: ii.--.cn!^.*d liuid j riini-  in*-ni'in-' at SooihM-c"t rnni**r or Lot .s.*i*.-.  -.-riinl"<l on !��������� i������h ili'.cr, I,aril* an, \\':*.l Koote-  nii)", Ihence Unit ainlle ca-i, iliuiire'ine-'-Ulitli  ola mil. *j.iiiii, th'-'tico half u m!Jo iv--***i, Ihenci-  oni**i.*l*:htli of a mi> north to jluhi of com-  mencc.-.ieiit. and i-oiiialniiiif l������ ucr,:*..  JTX3^~U":t\li,tl -'l-t J , il"l*  jyi'.*'_in ���������w  COKV JIK.SIIK'.'ICt**.  House Furniture for Sale  Mr-*. .1. fj. f;r������������irf.-ii offer." for **>ii<: the whole  uf ilici.ri:it'.*ni*iuf h>.*r'lu-clllii*', h-cond Strci.  i'i-r������oiis ili-ilroii*. nl i/orchn-.in,.' will j.i.'B-e call  ���������vi in.; hini������e on and afi-r iiifcMli in't. I������'*im<-i-ii  lhu hour- of two p.m. and (ive ji.-ii.       jy-ii-lt  .Lost  f.n������t evcnlnir lictwccn Mr. Oiclcle'iho'i-ii' and  the "tntion A Udy'o Watch In fiold lliintlni!  <;a-t; ifiitnthcr willi nation ylcce of chain and  ni'i-ly Pin attaehed. I.'indcr will he unliiibly  rewarded on retnrniiiK same to S.H.rMI.  J'.cvelttolicStnlion. li'������  FCR SALE.  Choice reiSdctitln! property on Mackenzie  Avmiiie. Three l.ot*i next l<> l>r. Jtcl.ci.ii.**  renidence.   Apply to J. il. S'rorr.  Help Wauled.  A young girl for litfht house work in  small family, no washing. Apply  Hi.riAM> ollice.  *'v������ZjX������������b*  Government Distribution of Stumping  u Pov/tler.  KAIt.MI'HS fli'Hlrrtn������ of heiti*,'Miiiplled ivlth  flhisilni. i'ouder at eo*,t, price, for clenrlni;  lanil,ciiii nhlain hlank forum of iciiulslllon  fr.������iu the Sccri'larlcH ol the l*"iiriiieih ln*,tiiutes  an foJlov.M :  Iicnry Illlli, Secy, Alherni runner*.'  Iii-nitiil", Aihemi.  .1. A. Ilalllday, fl-c'y, Collin:*.1 riinncrh'  Iii'liinlu, i.andv,lch.   -  John Slewiiri. Hec'y, N'niiiilnio-Gcilar I'lirm*  er*i In.siltute, Murli'H Cro������������lni;, Xannlmo,  !(.d������ M Mellli), Sec'y. Coivichaii Kaniier.-'  IliJ-itote, .-'on'Clin..  ,J If. smart, K-c.'y, .Meleliostii Kariners'  fllHillille. Miltell'nlli.  '.'* li. Kln-i, H'-e'y Victoria rarnier.s' In**tiiutc.  Cedar Mill.  K. w'ali'T. "���������'ije'y, IiliuWs i'arincru Institute,  Oali**! h ilarhor.  ������.. A. I'.roivn, Kc'-'y. Helta rarnier,' Institute,  I.a'In'T.  II. IIiikc, Kef'y, ."iirrty runners' Iintliuie,  Hnrrev* f:.*iitrc, u  A. ll.l'. MKtln'iv. fco'y r.ani.lcy rurinern'  fn������titote, f.aiiKley*  Ali:X. I'hlllp. Hec'y, Iilclimo.nl runners'  Iii'tlintc, Vniieoiivcr.  A. M. Verch'-rc, Sec'y, MI^*.ion rarmers'  liixtinii*., .Ml<**n<jn (Jlty.  Ci. IV. f:h^d*������ct, "cc'y Chllllv.ack Fiirnion)'  In'tltnte, (;iillllu'nck.  Wrn. Orecn, Sris'y, Kent Karnium' IiiHtlt'itc,  AgnnlA.  .I.M. Wehstcr, Sec'y Maple Itid-je Karincrk'  Initltiite, Wcbitcra Cornel".  John Hall,-See'y, .Mntsqul I'nnners' Institute, Ahhotsford.  A II. l.riehton, Sec'y' Ojoyoos rarmcr-,'  iristtute. Kelow nil.  w r. Hor*.ley. ���������ec'y, Spallnincheen farmers'  In**ltnte, Armitronjr.  S..M. Mclitilrc, Sec'y, Palmon Arm Farmers'  institute, Salmon Arm.  J.'I*'..Smith,.See'y .Kamloops Fanners' Institute, Knrnlonno.  II. l'ercjr Hodges, Sec'y, Okatiagan Farmers'  Institute, Vernon.  J. U. AN'DF.P.SO.V,  Deputy Minl.-iter of Apriculturc,  Depiirtmont of Agriculture,  Victoria, It. C, May 3, l'JOl,    '  VviiOLESALE  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. \V. B. J'aKet, !>rop.  Promiil ili-'livLTy of iniri't'l-1, ljiii_;^*fiye, ot-u.  lu any jmrt of thu cily  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All nnler-i ieft ut K. M. Puiythe's Tohacco  (-'(ore. or hy Telephone No. 7 ivi 11 receive prompt  attention.  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  Large,  Light bedrooms.  Rates $i a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop.  ���������AI*"*!):  "Soo Line"  IMPERIAL  ^"JJIMITED^  Starting June loth,  will  make the run from Coast to  Coast in  Cheap Rates  Now in Effect to the  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  i.;. j  T. VV. Bradshaw,  A Ke lit  Itevcl'itoke.  J, E. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  PasseiiRcr Agent  Vancouver.  8   A  BAKER, C.ONFECTIONEB,  ami caterer Etc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  P. O. Box  !&������" Revelstoke, B.C.  f������ i  I  ���������1  HEB il'l  if  $  if  I  m _������ BSS ������3  &S2 ES22 W   !S2   V������? H B_ ESK3     Ui fib _������S- Es E3  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  LEGAL  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AWD SATURDAY.  'i'* -  3 Takes a place in -the first rank of Journals in this  Province. Its mining, telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources and presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  paper of such an important Railway Centre, its  j 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 find the news of the  Great Railway System to which they belong, and  of personal and the happening's affecting* themselves and their fellow employes., THE HERALD  has long* enjoyed the largest circulation of any  paper 'published in the district, which is now  rapidijr increasing' among the Railway Men* East,  West and South. It is hardly necessary to point  out to any shrewd businessman" the advantages-  which it thus ��������� offers as an advertising* medium  throughout the entire field which1 it covers.  ^n*_i*  e a  ^*_  &������_&P������?  .'���������5 ������>'  &h eFSi    <Pv*      f?5_  w iSs a %$     Fa   %& a -  $1.25 FOR SIX MONTHS, li'l 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 paid office supplies,  than"any other Printing Establishment in'-Eastern British Columbia. The*class of work turned  out has heen pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries.  Is p-o.uipped with the latest faces in type designs  and^allwork   entrusted   to  THE   HERALD is  'handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of the material at their  H-ic-TVfcS'p! thf, HERALD does not claim to be the  only printing house in the district j, but it does  claini .to bo  *   OTI     !'.. A , I.I. !:.  i'.a'rl*ter,       S.ilnlto**,     No'iuy     I'utjiii*,    ll'tr.  MeKi-ii'l.* -Wi-iiiii-, i:_u l-iuke Sl.illini  Mi'lH > lu loi.li,  J-TAI'Vi'.Y, .MVAI.TI." .I.* I'lMCll'.M  l'.*irii ler-, iriilleiior*-. V.Xi;  Soliciiur*. ior J in |,i-: ml Hunk til Uanailn.  Ciiiii |.itliy  mini*, tu liiiin iii.s pu* i elil  1 u:**i -Tiifi.t, Hcvel-u.l.e .-miilihii, II. ('.,  MEDiCAL.  Certificate of Imtprovemens  NOTICi*.  T. w.oi'os?,  U.l.r*.*:     Mncl.cn/ie .wenii",  IteveKtoke, 11.I'  SUliin (IN '!(' Till: <������������������ I'. I'-.  Health Ollicer, i;u\ ol Ituvelstukc.  CHURCHES  .-.ii-.ri.uuis. iiiL-iii ii, i:i:v.:i.siokk.  Tiencliini; -erwee*. nt 11 n. n.. nnd ~:.SH p. in  Cl.i*.- nieeiin',' is*, the c*Wi**e ul the inurniiii:  ���������-ervlce. miIiIjiiiIi "-i-liool ami Uiblel'liiss at:: Mil  Wcel-lv I'raver .Meeliiii. eveiy Wednesday  eveniii't- at "...u. The public are cor.lially  invited,   -.eauiree.  Kev. c. l.u.Nin*, I'ustor.  .ST.  IT.TI.-r. S CIlllIUIl, A.NOI.ICAS.  l.iiih'. n.m., Hull En<*liii.-i-t; 11 n.m., lniitlns,  i.llunv nnd senium (llidv JJinilwrisi. hrst bim-  tiiiv Iii ilie iiKiml.li -;-.i Sunilay si hool, or  children'*, service; 7:*M i:\i.iimjiix (chinnl) and  -ciiiH.ii. Hnll* I'a.**���������1'he Holy Km-lmri.-l is  eeiebiiilcd :il 7 n.m. ������r *> a in . a-* nniiunni ed.  llolv linplisin alter Sunday School tit:!: I.I.  f.a. I'liciLrNiini, llecmr.  "Dont," "riii'liim" inul "Cl'H-.i"  iiiiniT il ci.'iiiii*. Min.He in tin.* I.iirilciii  .Mining Division nl' Wesi. Kiiutcnav  Di-lin I.  Wlu-ie loi'iili'il: Along Pool Creek  nlinnl  \ mile above luidge.  TAlvl'" NOTICI*. thnt I, F. C. Green.  nl' NpImhi, ni'l ing ms agent foi' li. F..  (Ji live, I*'i oi' Miner's (.erliliciite Nn. li.  .".(j(J72, intend, sixty days fiom tin* date  lii'rtiiiC In apply to the Mining i'l-eurd-  er fur ( el lifiialt-** i.f in i pro vein el its. fur  lht* purpose of olil.lining Crown  grants nl the above I l.llllls.  Anil liirtlu'r tiiki* notice tli.it* action,  .iniloi" seel ion Ul. must  In*   rnmiiii-nccil  liefllle till* issllllllL'L' llt'slllll   cei tilic.il es  of improvements.  Dated this 1st iluv of June 1001.  I*'. 0.  (JltliUN.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK.  riM.-l'.YTI.III.*..**.   I IIL'IK'II.  ?i*n icei'icrv Sunday mil a.in. ami ":**i> p.m.  in which all nn* \u-lc*.iiie.      Prayer meeting at  S p. in. every U eilue-ilay.  - i:i:v. \\\ e. Camici:, I'lr-tur.  |..r.������ is _,n nolle rui'iii-'ii.  MaK   at inHii  a. in,   '"i   ���������!���������".*���������   nufoml   mill  fourlh biiiii!a*>*> In the mnntli  iu:v. run Kit rxx.\\ r.xx.  S.MA'.'.tli'N'  aiimv.  Meelini; every nisht in their  Hall wn  Vront  Street.  ���������5-ifX     GoId R-*������K** J-odCc K* ������f P.,  #S"i?*#i    No. 2S, Revelstoke, B. C.  - i<.r\������i'J- .y\  M1 ���������  ~*j-''''  .Meets every Wi'fliU'silnv in  Oilrll'ellows' 11.ill iitSo'flock  'SiiS^     Vi-.il inur Kui^'litM invilcil.  E. O. r.'jHUiniii*:. ('- C.     :    :    :    :    :    :  :    : F. AV. MArKlXHOT, K. ok It. Si H.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  ,,    y jicciuiar ini'ctinits are lielil iu  111*.  fe*f5 OiidfellDV."s Hull on  tlio  -lunl I'd-  rficL:,^. iluv 01 each inontli, nl S 11.111  *-hat*p.  a >HLyi Visiuui; hrethren conliall.c invilcil  .!*/*Tif.o THO-:. ST1..-.1), ������..M.  w.u.iin:Ni:y. tu c.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Iloval Scliool of Mine*-, London.    Seven  yeai.*  *\t  -Morfa   Works,   bwantea      1"   years.  Chief  I'.licinist   to  \Vlfii 11 Coal aud  lion  Co.,   J:ug.  Late 1 liemist ancl Assavcr, Jlall .Mines, Ltd.  Claim*, e.Miiiiined and rejiorted tijio-,1.  Ferguson. B.C.  ED'YVAKL) A. HAGGEN,  Mining Engixkek,  Member American Institute Miiilni; Ensincirs  .Member Canadian Minlu;; in.tituie.  ItJiVJCLSTOKE. 13. C.  Examination cf nntl reports on Mineral  prop*  erties u specially.  isiliii  ^  Ued Uo*=o TlORree nicety second anil fourth  Tuesclavs of each  month; White Rose  Dcltcc  nieeis third Tuesdav of each quarter, in Oddfellows Hall.   YtbitiiiKbrethren"weli-ome  W.M. WATSON'.. UY. EDWARD?,  Pieiident. Secretary.  "Choll.i" 'jTusi'iiii" unil U V. (Fi'iie-  tionnl lYIineinl Cl.-iiins situnte, 111 the  Lui'iKmii JMitiinj; llivisitin ot West  Kooteii.-iy District,  When. Iiiciiti'il : On I,exiii(j;toii  .Mountniii South XX'et.1 ol Kvn mine.  Take notice thut 1, 1*'. (". (irceii. of  Nelson, iieliuir ms n^enl* for Anilrew I".  RoseiilierKei.,' F. M. C. 11. fllliSI und  lhe liiiperinl lleveliipineiu HyniliculL*.  Limiteil, Free .Miner's C'ertilii'.'it.i.' No.  JJ, lT2()ll'x, inti-ii(I, sixty dnys from the  il.Hi* liereoi, to upply to the Mining  I'ecoiiler ior ceriilifiiti's of iinpiovi;-  melits. lor the puipo**c of olituiniilK  (Jriiwii grunts of I.he iihuvu cluims.  And furl her Inke not iet. thnt net ion,  under sect inn '31, must he luiiiiiieiiceil  liel'ori.. lhe isiiiiiiicu of such c.rlillt-.-iU-s  nf iiupi ovenienls.  Duted this Iir.it, ilny of Juno 11101.  |1*\ C. Gui:icn,  Certificate of Improvements  NOTlOli!.  "Joker" Miner.il Cluiin, situate in  lhu rj.ii'rlunii .Mining Division of West  IConti'iwiy District.  Vv'hurii loc.'ited : On Lexington  Moiint.'iiii .t.ljoinine Kvn group on  West,.  Tuki* notice thut T, F. C. Green, of  Nelson, uctiiiir ns n.u;ent for tin* Tniper-  nil JJevelopuieiit yyiidicutu Limited.  Pico Minei's Oertilicute. No. 11, S20-1G,  intend, sixly dnys from Iho date hereof, to apply to the "Mining Itecordei*  for a certi Minto ol improveinenls, for  the purpose of oht,lining 11 - Crown  grunt, of 1 lie ahove cluiin.  And further tuki** noi ice that action,  under section '31. must 'ie comment ed  I ip fort* the issuance ol' such cei tific.ite  of improvements.*  Dated this liist duy of June. 1001.  F. O. GltliEX.  Certificate of Improvements  - NOTICE.  roughly up-io-ftal  H. Eu WARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, T1TKDS, Etc. MOUNTED,     .  Furs Cleaned and Fe;.aired.  LOYERIXG'S OLD STAND     :     Second Streot  IS Jr..  ' *,*.%.���������  m  w*  Inspection  of      Metalliferous  Mines  "Imperial" nncl "Balfour", mineral  claims, situate in the L.trdeau mining  division of West Kootenuy district.  Where   located: On    J.t.xinglon  mountain, south of Un-* Iflva. mine."  Take notice that I, F. O. Green of  Nelson,.-ictiiifr ns tifrent tor J. J. Foley.  F. M. 0.. li. 32030, Uorv -Menhetr.k, P.  M. 0��������� 13.32,021 and John IBreiinnncl.  Free ^Miners Certi(lciite No. Si. 32037,  intend 00 days froin the date hereof, to  apply to tlie. Mining Uecorder for  Certificate of Inipioveineiits, .for the  purpose o[nl)t,iiiiiin<r (Jinwii Grantsof  the tihovaclaims.  And I'm ther take notice that action,  under section 37. must he coiiiiur-ncecl  ha fore the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this Sth il.tv of June,  1109.  F.C. GREEN.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Blue Juy" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Lardeau mining division of West  Kootenav district.  Where  located: On  Lexington  MoimCain one-third of 11 mile soutli of  the Eva mine.  Take notice that I. F. C. Green of  Nelson, acting as' agent for Dan Mcintosh, Free Minor's Certificate No. B.  32010, intend 00 days from the date  hereoi'. to apply * to the Mining  Iiecoicler for a Certificate of Improveinenls, for the purpose of olitaining a  -C'l'O'A'ii-griinUol-Lh*.*. iihove.claitii  And fnrthertake notice that action,  under section 37, musi, he 1 ommi'ticed  hefore the. issuance of such certificate  of improveinenls.  Datvd this 1st day of June, 1001.  F. C. G in*: !���������:>:.  And in a position to give as good value for the  money expended, either cfor advertising*'space in  its publication or for Job Printing", as can be given  by any other house of the kind, in Biitish Columbia. Write for Samples oi Printing". . All work  turned out promptly. One price to alL -Ho job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail.  INSrECTOKS' lil&TIUCTS.    ,  Till! Inspector*, of Metalliferous .ntnci lire  iieiobv nsMgneil the following ns their respoc-  live Iiispecuon Districts witli !icii<li.iutrlcr*> ii"  noted, .ucli n^siiruinent to tlike place froin  Jiinu 1.1th, V.M11, until lurthi'i notice.  MtUlini.W.IJ lJlt!K, Inspector.  IleiKlquiirieis.    I'riinlirool:.    ollice   of  Deputy Mining; liecoriler.  _ Inipoctlon  IiNirict iliull    comprise   nil   ol  En*.I ICooteimy uiui   nlsu  llont   Itiver inlnlii|_  DiiiiTnn of Wc-t Knoleuiiv.  in  luldlilou   to  the  iliilics  of   Inspector of  Meiiilllferr.us in(ncs(.Mr. Dlclc will xxli-tt net us  Inspector    of    Conl  Minos  within I lie mi tno  Iil-irici.  JAMi:.*- MtilllEdOI!, Inspector.  llcnil(|inirters, otlice of .Milling  Itccoi'iler, N'eNon.  Iuspccilon IMsirlct Minil comprise nil of  We.t Kuoicnnv i'::cept liom I'lvcj MIiiIiik  Division iiml 11I-0 Hi*; i.rnml Korlii null Ktltlc  Jti\er MIiiIiik liivl.slousof Villi* District.  THOMAS MOKOAS, Inspector.  ileiidqiuirier.s, iiovcriiineiit liulUlliiKs,  Xaniiluio.  Innpectlon Dlstilcl. Vancouver, isinnil unil  CoiKt llistriei.  Mr.Moreiin isnlso Inspector oi Conl Mines  for ihW District.  .Notice is hereby (liven of such liisnurtlnn  Pi**iricts unil thnt in iiccorilmice with the  ������������������Inspection o<" Metiilliferous .Mines Act. 1SU7,"  nml AuicuilluK Acts, 11 notice of iicclileuls 10  emoloies hiippeninp w itliin nny of Mieli I1I������-  trii ts inust he promjitly reported holh 10 llie  In-poctor of such PiMiici inul itlso to the  Milliliter of Mine*-, Victoria.  in mines not included in the uhovc Districts  inniri'ters v.ill ref.or-. in liuplieiite. to ihe  Minister of Alines direct, who,"if he considers  it neccssttry, will us*.ign un lin-peetor to  specially report.  Illnnk'formsupon which to 'mitke reports of  <-ucli   accidents  may   be  ohmined   from  the  Inspector of  the   iJisinct. from   the   Mining  iteiorder. or upon application to this ollice.  KICIIAUDMelllilDK,  .Minister of .Mines.  Dcnartment of Mines,    1'  om June, 1901.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  Printed, and Published by  The Ito  LIMITED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing" Director.  ������ NOTICE.  "Thelma1' (fractional) and "Ciinon"  (fructioti'il) mineral claini-, situate in  the bardeaii mining division of West  Kootenay district. ...        u  "When, loc.'iti'd: ^On I'doI creek  iiiljiiinin^ the Thi-liiia and Dora "inin-  i'1'iil claims.  Take notice tint J. F. C. Green of  Nelson, itt'lii^f; as ny-ent for I he Imperii.I Di'vi-lopini'iit Kviiilic.'ili*, l.imiicd.  Kice iMiiiet;'sCVrtilic.*ili.* No. II. : 12110.  iiiti'iul 00 days fiom I In; dale heieol. to  apply to the jMiniiift Ih-corder for  cenilleate of improvements, for the  purpose of nhliiinini* Crown grants of  lhe uhove claims.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37. must he commenced  hefoi e the.i.ssiianco of such cert ilic.ttes  of improvements.  Dated this first day of .Tune. 1001.  F. C. GitliU.v.  -���������JustSupposin' "  (Hy W.  *���������!,  (.'niter  In   I.ocoinotlvc   Fireinen'*,  Miigii-lnc.)  .lust suppri.sin' you an'me  Turned ilurn fools an' went to sea  An' it hlowed an' rained nil' riiini'il an'  hlowod,  An' the oie ship tossed an' rolled an'  howed,  An' then sho hit, with 11'nwful shock  An' split wide open on n yietit hip rock  An' Iho water rushed in an' the air  lushed oul.  An' nohody knowed what they'sahout;  An' just supposin' you an' me, .lim  Wus Hung in tho  water an'  had to  swim.  Now, Jim, just supposin'.  .liint stipposin' you an' me  Wus throwod up Iliull liy the sea;  "Wus tossed an' bunged, an' banged an'  tllSHt'll,  Until you 'lowed that I wus lost;  An' you found an island, chock full  of  U'jl-1.  AVith big wild orchards, as full as  could hold  With horses an' cows an'hogsan'shcep:  There wus no plowiif nor sowin' you  just hail to reap.  An', just supposin' you un' me, .lim.  Washed ashore 'thont a  broken limb.  Now, Jim, just supposin'.  Just .supposin. you an' mo  "Met next day down by the sea,  An' it shono .in' shined, an' shincd  an  shone,  So bright on the island that wus all  our own:  An' the birds wur a sint;iii' in till the  trees,  An' everything was happy, even the  bees,  A11' tho pigs an' the lambs wur a  scaniperin' around,  An' we owned it all���������oven the ground !  An' just supposin' you an' 1110, Jim,  Fur all these things 'turned thanks  to  l[iiii���������  Now, Jim, just supposin'.  Just supposin' you tin' me  Set 011 tho grass, agin a tree,  An' wc planned an' talked, an' talked  an' planned,  Of our horses an' cows an' sheep an'   '  land,  An' ol' our hogs an' our goats an'  everything such ^  That the good Lord had give to us so  much;  It scoined as though He'd give 'us the  earth  Least most everything that.'us much .  worth;  An' just supposin' you an' me, Jim,  Like good christians, sung a hymn.  Now, Jim, just supposin'  Just supposin' you an' ine .  Then fell out an' couldn't agree  When 1 said an' 'lowed, an' 'lowed and  said,  -That I wus so hungry that I wus al-  mos' dead.  That I'd eat and drink of all the best  An' then lay down an' take a rest;  An' you told me that all I saw  Belonged to you, hy civil law;  An* just supposin' you an' me, Jim,  Got so mad we's full to the brim:  Now, Jim, just supposin'.  Just supposin' you an' me.  As we set there hy the sea,  -Wiis-to-jower-anUtiilk,_an'-talk=an"-i_^.  "     jowor. u  An' argue on law points by the hour.  1 said 1 wus hungry, an' wanted to eat  .Somi*' of the good things that lay at  our feet.  Vou said it wus yours���������couldn't   have  11 bit,  'Less I paid, 'cause you'd preempted it;  An' just .supposin' you an' me, Jiiii,.-  Arguod on, 'till the day wus dim.  Now. Jim. just supposin'.  Now, Jim, just siipposin .  Just supposin' you -m' me.  Im-oiii civil laws then wus fiee;  We out an'gathered, an' gathered  an'  eat.  'Thout lightin' like dogs over our meat.  An' when  people   wus   wrecked���������cast  up by the sea���������  '���������.tend of m a kin' them slaves we mad*  them free!  An' 111 after years upon that soil  There lived together chililron of   God  An' just supposin' you an' un;, Jim,  Wns Christians right, in the  eyes   of  Him���������  Now, Jim, just supposin'.  STREET FAIR  The Summer Carnival to be Held  at the Terminal City Aug.  5th to 10th.  Kvery eirort is being used tn make  the Vancouver Fair ami .Summer  Carnival to he held August nth to 10th,  n .success. It is expected that special  rates will be put in effect from all  points on the C. P. R. into Vnnioiiver  and that special excursions will be run.  The Province has the following to  "ay regarding the event: When Vancouver's summer carnival opens here  in all its wealth of entertaining features and attractive novelties, every  one of the thousands of visitors will be  especifilly delighted with Jarbour'd  Oriental Carnival Citcus and Menagerie.  There are many things to see at Ja-  bour's, many strange  and interesting  things, which show the  modes of life '*  of the peoplein the aggregation.  The open  air  performance   is,   perhaps, the feature of the show, nnd  the  thiee Austin   sisters   are   the   stellar  attractions.    They are expert trapeze  pei formers, and their graceful   movement*, not only attract, hut electrify.    "  Strong and supple, they do every part -  of their turn so gracefully as  to   bring  applause from those least disposed  ,to  applaud, the kind who say they have  seen   better  acts���������but   they   haven't. -  ,  One particularly charming feature   of'  their act is  the  three   sisters   in   tra-  '.  peze on   a  revolving   wheel.     While -  this act is   not   as   dangerous  as   the'  double one upon the trapeze   it is   far  more pleasing, and calls for a display  of grace, if less strength   of  arm   and  nerve, and quickness of eye.  There   are   ten   shows   in one, so to  speak'-'and   iu   the-'Mexican* theatre,  -���������  German village,  streets of' Cairo and -  Oriental  theatre, _lhe Plnissance and -  the Algerian   theatre; there   is  something' either to interest or   to amuse."  The hTind of Arab gymnasts, embracing gun spinners.and sword fighters,  do   extraordinary   teats   of strength,, .'  agility anil skill.   The national dances  of the Egyptian dancers are excellent,  if they are a trifle astounding to those  who have never seen thetn.  Tefc there  is nothing to them except that which  causes one to wonder how muscles can  be so   trained as to keep in rhythm to  the tap of the feetj upon   the  floor  in   '  pretty steps,  keeping excellent time to  rather   bizarre- music,   in   which   the '  sound of a rude kind   of drum   beaten,  upon   the   Angers  is the   most prominent. - '  The street, parade is spectacular and_._  pleasing. Oriental people in their  native costumes catch the'eye and hold  it.  There are really too many features  in Jaboiir's circus to enumerate and  they are all good.  The aggregation add to the gaiety  of any community it visits.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  1  Declaration of Dissolution  of Partnership.  We, Cinrcnee William _*��������� iolil, of Golden, II. C,  anil Walter Dew**, of Hev������l*-toke, Jl. C, form-  erlv i.,embersof the lirm eurryiiiR mi Inisiue*,.*,  nsi"rii*_gi-ts inul merelnmt*- at itcvelstokc, in  tlie-'rotlni-c nf llritish Colinnblft, tiniler tlie  stile cif ������������������ Field <fc Ileus," do hereby certify  tli'nt tliesuiil piirtnersliij) -was on tlie 18th duy  or June, 1001 dis������olved.  Wline". our hand* this l&th day ol June, A.  P���������1!*01.  T"OS. O'lJRIES.  1    ,.. w. FIELD  Golden, B.C.,     *.    wALBE  Solicitor  1-ossland mineral cliim, situated in  the Lai deau Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.  Where located: On I-exington Mountain South of the Eva mine.  TAKE NOTICE that I, P. C. Green,  of Nelson, acting as agent, for Corv  Menhenick F. M. C. Si. '32 021 and .1. J-  Foley Free Miner's Ceitificato No. B.  '3-2,(r.Ki, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply tnthu Mining Keeoider  for a certificate of improvements, for,  the purpose of obtaining a Crown  grant of the above claim.  Andvfurther take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this Sth day of June 1001.  F. C, GBEEX.  Just Kiipposin' you an' tne,  On that island in the sea,  QunrVtl an' argued, an' argued an'  rpuir'1'd���������  Vou said yun'owncd that partof the  world;  That you discovered it an' filed your  claim  While 1 lay on the shore 'most blind  an' lanie.a  Vou said it wus yours by "vested  right:"  I got so hungry 1 bantered vou to  fight-  An' just supposin' you an' me, Jim,   -  Fought for what we got from Him:  Now, Jim, just supposin'.   *  Justsupposin' you an' me  Then' made friends out in the sea.  An' agreed an' said, an' said an'n greed,  That from "Christian'! laws we'd  both  be freed:  Let others have their quar'ls an* fights  Over "private property"   an'   "vested  rights."  Civilized no more���������we'd sa\-age be.  An' live like brothers, with everything  fiee;  An'just supposiu' you an' me, Jim.  As equal bein's worshipped Him..  A Sporting Offer From Golden.  .- The Golden juniors with-commendable enterprise are proposing to get up  a football tournament at Itevclstoke  on 1-iilior Day, Sept. 2nd. They have  challenged Kamloops and Vernon and  the- Revelstoke Rising Stars. The  game between the Golden juniors and  Hiding Stars of Revelstoke, being the  third game, they propose shall be for a  suitable prize to be purchased by the  loosers. ' All the Golden team ask for  lievelstoke to put up is their hotel  expenses. The Herald considers the  proposal of the Golden juniors a very  sporting oircr and hopes to see our  Revelstoke football players both senior  and junior take hold of the idea and  get the public interested in what  might develope into a couple of days  football tournament, if properly  worked up.  Kelly Merry Makers will give a two  hours',/ show next Saturday night.  Tliey are vaudeville musical specialists .  of the kind we read about but seldom  ever see in Revelstoke. Hear and see  them. See Kelly as a, character  comedian and Mrs. Kelly as a rattle-  bone soloist. Rattle-bone soloist  sounds dreadful but really the solo ia  delightful. "  4 .h-Mk.uuiy.iu.-fr*.-*,.  ���������K^^')I*V������^jif^toW>^  ���������^  4 I'll 1 ***Hf4^f4vfr**'fr_H"M"H***f f  I Disinfectants!! I  Z ===== 4-  Foul Drains, Clnst'ts,  Stable or decaying  garbage need close  attention. Don't, wait,  for an epidemic to  break out, but get  some  I CHLORIDE OF  LIME  % CREOLIN, JEY'S FLUID  j. Carbolic Acid or Powder.  ���������j.     You cnn get any of tliere at  fr Canada Drug & Book Co.'s Store  ���������+v*r+*H-v*l**r*T**r*T'+ ***f**.|-*|* .���������������������������H-***  BORN.  Hayks-Oii  Mr. and  daughter.  Thursdey.   July   lltli  Mrs,     Harry     Hayes  Notes of News.  xxy . ������x_a_HM  ��������� ��������� fundi   ���������   ia    i     ���������    p-.������������������������>���������������  t/My Ad ibuw&dy cny /j&iAl   Cttytiyfay,?.  ���������fu i<rH'A.yey������-&Jhrt^ -- a  ������������������^������������#������^@������������������������������������������������@������������@@@������  h......  "~F~  <ni������*fs_  3J7&, /H$7I<s' d-^fat^/fccTva,  a-P  XIV      <?���������������. I'  "i   *&���������->. ���������  &  m  R  I __  Conic and  see  our Ri-auliful ilispla  HI'RING   JlKUCHAKDIMl*..  -*��������� ���������*.  11 ������ h n  ,*���������  a*.'.  jji-*-* Jl a.  H _r:  ^eaytify]   White   Hoods &    W-..T... *\i.,..i:      \ i l /-\ i     -.-*..,....   ��������� ... ..     ��������� ,    S'-r'  ancy White .Mu*iliiiH, All-Over Laces. Valcnuiuin, Kli*. Hwins and  Dainty Muslins. A must beautiful display of those l'".i.*..hion.'ibli*  tinnilK in Viiriou.'i colors at, 15c. 17c 2l)c, ile.. und file.  A. Ferguson registered at the I'i**.'.'"-  stoke on Monday.  W. Flemming has nccepled the  position of pound keeper.  Miss Law has returned to town and  is staying with her parent.-'.  I.S. Brewster started up to the Hose.-  bi-ry on .Sunday and returned today.  A dance is being arranged for n dale  early next week iu Tapping's opera  house in aid of the strikers.  I-'. W. McGregor hi is been waging  war on the thistles on the townsite  this week with great success.  Fred Robinson, managing director  ofthe Fred Robinson Lumber Co., left  this inoriiing ou a combined business  and pleasure trip to Buffalo.  Miss Addie Brown returned yesterday .morning from a prolonged trip  to Seattle and other points south.  W. B. Pool. XV. F. Cochrane and .L  .J. Young arrived in town on Monday  and left yesterday for Ferguson.  Turner, Beeton *.v. Co., wholesale  dealers in liquors and dry goods, in"  tend to close up their Nelson branch.  J. E: Wood has two cars.uf furniture  on the road, the delay in their expected  arrival being owing to the stiike.  Mr. McNicol is reported as saying  that there will be two linperia*  Lirniteds running each way next  year.  Mrs. Pettit of Nelson, and her son  Douglas are spendinga day in town on  their way to visit her mother Mrs-  Douglas Fraser in Victoria.  Father Coccola of St. Eugene, Kast  Kootenay, was in town on Sunday and  assisted Father Thayer iu the services  in the Roman Catholic church.  ���������Lost.���������Between station and the  canyon, on Big Bend road, a gentleman's black waterproof cape. Finder  please leave at this oflice.  Dr. T.A. Wilson of Trout Lake eiiini-  through on Monday on his way to Port  Essington. where he has been appointed resident physician by the government.  , Thos. Taylor, M. P. P., came in Irom  the west* ou Monday and left for home  yesterday morning. He was present  at a meeting of .the striking trackmen  in the afternoon.  The meetings of the Great Western  and Double Eagle Co's. advertised for  the 10th and 11th have been postponed  until Aug. 22nd to give the English  shareholders a chance to be present.  Lost.  On Monday evening near corner ol  Third and Charles St., a plain gold  bidies'.watch with iuitiaUJ.O. in mono  gram engraved on the lid. Finder  plea.-e return lo Heuai.d oflice. where  a suitable reward will be g'.ven.  July 17.    ll  H. A.  Brown .has   taken   over   lh _���������  Revelstoke Cigar Co's busine.'.s and  will ojK-n a factory in his block under  the name ofthe Union Cigar Factory.  All the good*** in the factory will be  union made. The Hkii.mji wishes  Mr. Brown every suece.-".- in his new  f-Jiterpri*-e.  The excursionists to the* Vancouver  celebration on the 12th ariived back  yesterday morning. The l_.tuili.op_.  local to which their special was attached i -."idled Vancouver al '.) o<) p.m.  on Thursday. The celebration was. a  big thing however and the tourist'** ate  glitd they went.  A. .*_. Clarke hits sevcicd In- connee-  ticn with Bourne Bios, nnd lil'. town  yesterday morning to start up on his  own account ut Cainlioi lie. lie will  open up a general stole busine*-.*** ;.t  liist iu a tent. The 11 KUAU) i.- sorry  to see Mr. Clarke leave Kevcl.-loke but  wishes him every success iu his venture iu the gold l*.*!t.  J. D. Sibbald. C.P.R. townsite agent,  has received the plan of the'lut.-  recently laid out across lhe Arrowhead  track. There ate eight blocks surveyed at the end or Fourlh St. The  lots are 50x100 as a rule. The new  stieets carry the names of Temple,  Taylor. Downie 'ind Townley. On  UtaniteSt.; which run*, off fiom Fourth  St. at an angle parallel with the main  line, several acie lots have been laid  out. XV. Flemming is engaged in  brushing off and clearing the streets of  the new extension.  The prize list for this year's Agricultural Exhibition-at Knmloops is out.  lt is a very handsome production. 'J he  design for the cover wa_ drawn by  Mrs. C. H.tSiutt, of lhat city. For a  frontispiece there is quite the best  view of Kamloops city so far produced  In addition to the prize list proper,  there is contained in this publication  of 04 pages, an interesting write np of  Kamloops, and the rules and regulations of the Kamloops Agricultui.il  Association: also a list of the official?  ���������ond exhibition committees.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining-to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  The ('.'Iliad ia n railway freight agents  held lheir annual meeting iu SI.  Catharines Inst  Wednesday.  ('. \V, Cooper, formerly ii C. I'. H*  employe of .Montreal, has been in"  stalled -.-. t.'hici' clerk, in the Canadian  Norl hern I rallie depart incut,  Codefroi Mnlt'l.li*. a young French-  Canadi.'iii. only 2H years old. has been  appointed chief nieclianii: of I he ('. |*.  II. wilh a salary of $S()II(I ,*i year.  .Mr. Barker, the C. P. I". agent at.  Palliser. has severed connection with  I.he coinpanv. liis successor is believed to be Mr. Johnston, who was  formerly a resident in Palliser.  Carroll I). Wright has issued a, report showing that the lol.nl cost of  transporting passengers in the United  Slates is less limn one-fifth of a cent, a  mill'.���������- 1'nilwny I'.inployc's Journal.  Tne lirst soil iu the. construction on  (he railway extension from Edmonton  was turned n week ago last Monday  inoriiing by Contract ur -McCriimnon.  'Work has commenced ou the Strathcona end of the road.  Arthur Faulkner, who 1*' years ago  helped haul C. P. ii. passenger trains  from Donald io Canniore on time to a  minute, was iu Nelson last week ion  his way lo tin. Coast nil his vacation.  He is now running an engine on the  Crow's Nest Puss.  A few days ago the well known and  popular Conductor Clarke on the Calgary <.*���������:��������� J.tlinon ton bra uch, remarket!  to a passenger "I've, been on the road  six years and know what I am talking  about."' "Six years," replied tl."  passenger in astonishment. ''what  station did you got on ;tt?"  On the Intel-oceanic ltuilway of Mexico a part, of the track has been laid  on ties of jarrah wood imported frum  Australia i'or thi.s purpose. The jarrah trees furnish tiinber which is  sound in every respect, there being an  absence of dry rot, - gum veins and  other defects that often characterize  large liniher.  At MooKcjaw last Wednesday the  body of John "Wallace, C. P. \(. lire-  man was found completely cut in two  on the track near the pump house,  fhe body was lying face downwards,  the* trunk being between I ho rails and  the lower part directly on t.he opposite  side of the south rail. It is supposed  that in a lit of despondency he threw  hiinself under a passing train.  A report reaches tlie Journal oflice.  to the etl'ocl that at the recent meeting of tlie General Committee of Div  No..:.. 0. K. T., held in this city, a  resolution, disqita'ifying members o.  lnu Ui vision, who were also member's  of other railway organizations. I'roni  holding Divisii u ollices. was adopted.  _l_his-, rejiorl-^i 11u..l==-lio���������ai.���������ert or���������as-a-  careful study of the constitution of tin:  0. H. T. fails tu reveal authority "for  such      actio..!. -J'ailway       Employe's  \T  s  ������S  -Mercerised .Sateen Skirts in endless cn  -all prices.  oscopicaj  Exactness  Is demanded in the Ccir.pcur.dirf; <  .Prescriptions; and our care and slci'l  ��������� the results of experience cn.  training���������assure that degree of ar  curacy. And, in addition, our dree:  are always pure and fresh. Bi i:ir  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F. CURTIS,  Am  D  5>  We sell  asked I'or  en  the Famous '  en s  ! ���������������������������_!* II l-INS"  CI In vc  ;S  Once worn nlw.'iv.i  Oi*M_  I-i ������  rir  "���������T"*"*i  *,V7*n ���������*.--*.���������������  JN 1JN G  7 fH  1\ tit UUIjtitt  'NT  ,Y  *_*������  l&B  ������se os  its  Just .to   hand, lhe     lines!, shipment   of   HOYS'   lU.OUr-il*.  These are t he best make in Canada unil don't rip anywhere.  .SUITS  (m  TA VI.OK I'.l.OCIC.  -iU*K(_!i*.i*_ Av  c**. r^.is ���������*;=-���������>. rr, >*.*���������... ���������*���������,*-;���������-;-*. Kf^ rt'^r^'Tri^--^r^-*-rirr^7.rT..-  5vs**yii**>'  S $?mm and SUMMER  id  m  i&ii  tH  P.  m  S3  PS?!  ry  The Latest anil Most  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  rry-r.  ������  m  r*������.i,  i%f.  ������k  '���������VS  i_a  _S*S  en-  s  O  <k  Wc have just opened up a large range of llcaufiful Satccn-l/uicil  ") All-Wool Serge and Worstered Suits and inurked them a wav down.  < CAU. AND SKI*: UK  IJKFOUIC ISUVINC   Hl.SKWllKHI*:.  f  'B)  'D  D - 03  ^as*  R  Till  Wmii-AWAKI*.   nUKlNKKK   MK.N.   M ACKICN*.! K   AVK.  j The difference between   rent paving" and  the  Birkbeek  plan  of 1*1 ent  Purchase.  ������_������  Madison   Millinery   Parlors,  gg    C'Si  ^ Misses Shepard & Bell  &r  MeKi'iiziu .Vvenue      o,V_3  Uw  the animal he'ul ils po.-ition between  the rails. 'The truiu was slowed dowi  ui'.lil it moved up to the horse al i*  slow. pace. Pulling smoke, hissing  steam and shrieking whistle failed ti  move the. horse and lhe fit ennui w. s  compelled to get out of lhe call and  run ahead to drive the obstinate brute  out of danger. "What, was his surpiisi-  to lind, just. Iicync.fi. the mare's c-.il.  with ils legs through a litfle brldgi  and stuck fast. The faithful mother  knew her olf.-princr was unable tn-gct  out of tlie way of thetrairi and was bold-  ,mg her ground until relief ai rived. Tin*  engineer and lireiiian lifted the coll  out of the bridge and stood it on it*  feet. No serious dani.iire had r__.ulft d  lo the long, a wk w.nd looking legs fron-  Ihe fall and the colt scam pei ed oti'.  followed hy the iiuppy mother.  -Tl.......... i,..,*^*7*7r^fi������7..*.*H'i.;-i.l'1;.V'**.S!.,.j������|.*.-.'.w  i'iUj^Q_!io?_K2__z^w"jXjraic__.  RENT PAYER&.  ;RENT PLAN  Pay $10 or $15 per month for the  use of somebody else's house for  10 yenrs. Al tho end of that  I hue lhe landlord owns the  house and money, tho rcntpayer  has *t package of receipts.  BIRKBECK  PLAN  Pay from SIO lo  .'���������il") per  month  for  the   use  of a   lu'.iiu*. for  years.    . At the end of that, ti'ne  you   own   your hoiiie   and stive  monev ever iil'lcr.  LEWIS BROS,  Gcncrcil Affunis.  For Fiii'ilier imoi'inutioi* nvpiy _ o  Gr to  G. S. IV.cCAK  Soliciicc.  .35=I_������-____3*3__3!3-_  SLEZ_-:-t-__?������_S=S-_-_-___--__SZ_  Ti:r._i'iioNi". No. 101.  1'. 0. llox 700.  The Prospectors* Exchange  Mo. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, fiELSOK, E. C.  flplil, Silver Lead nail Copper Mines waiiteil at the ������S3t~.*..\c!iaii|{C.  I'ree Millin*; Hold rroperties wnnlcil n'. mine for i:ii*,terti luvoslurs.  i'nrties linviiip niiiiinu* property for sule are rcqucstcil to _eml siiiiipk'.s of their on  totlie K.i'li-ingc. for Kxliibiiiim.  All .inni.Ies should l.es-eni b.r express Pnipuiil. Corresnomleiiee solieited.  Aildress all (.oinniunif.atioiis to   .  . L.-TUT-.  ANDREW F. ROSENBER&ER,        n<nson, b. c,  '^r.rrrr^^^ivf^.rT^Tir^r^^^.t* r,7,-^^?,q-!gg***^-3j*^--j^-**^^  Msiness. Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $f5 and $100  iTY-J If  SOL1':   M h % P  IIKVEI-STOKI-;  li. c.  ���������mrosmi *UiaHS!!iEa^:^^s_v3i"������a_3-i5__c3i_iKj^^  fXTrrmTTtrtnm  tetffi*c'.d;.'Kr'<!.swr..r*_r.*3'^  fr  *  fr iv  IN'D.  SSB  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  jft.a-*s_isra? fob  REAL ESTATE  i '-���������. i*. it  iJI.UM.  'i'0'.v\.*3r"i'i*:,  TOWNSITE.  FINANCIAL  ��������� C.mn.l'i I'ei'iiiiuiuiil ,t Wi-sir-ni  i.'uiiiulii Miii'iiinir** Cnrp-iniiion.  . l-.'-iiltulili. .'iiviii*;.<j l.mui und Miiildiii������  Association.  f ''I    ^VTJ*>   . rilTP   ?    <-l."l**'i;i"il l'*lre.      Giii'.i-.linn i'iiv.      I.Ieri*iuitilc I-"  Ll     OKjivAllLJC   I    "'.luiii'liiin l*'in*.      1,'ulc nu Kire.  ���������  ( i.'*iiiii-il..|'-U!nii Life.      .\ilns'l-'lru.  I'-OK .SALM, 1IOU.SKS FOE HAIjE and hknt.  1*1-  ������5-  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ) V  ������^������iLReve3stoke Station.  \S3ilWlil*^***  ire. fr  fr  fr  *  fr  fr  ���������-.-  i^-  _ Rfflifg^s.*:.-* c- tr y*.7'j-i������*"*>**>.*Ar������a*^ ������t>*>*g>**������4>������w-psi&zi&2<&^  ailniir.-i.tion is elected bv  l.hose. wiio wear our clothe-i." .'I'hey are  always correct, .. levant, suilabln.' It i.s  jileatino* to be well attired, and pleas-  m.'.i" to b-.. euuscious that others admire  your Lasts.. Hy buying here you disarm criticism and usuallv suvj- yourself cash --..."  I-] CLASSXADIES'- -   '  CUSTOM TAILORING  SSHIdfl THE ART,  <������. TAILOR  MeKKSZlU   AVKNUK  k CHAT WITH  --^-OUH-MEMBER  tuning an orderly and pcaccali'i  a. .t'.tule. hut that thoy were actual r  .limit; trackwalker's anil watchmen ���������?  w )��������� k thu sovuri.mjMit on the r. p.'i-  s -illations of the strikers, enilorseil l.y  .Messrs. Taylor, Fulton and "Murphy,  at once cancelled the appointment.  While in Victoria II. Taylor booked It'll. K. .".fcBiidc. ."Minister . of  Mines, for a visit to Hf.-velstoke and  .'listrict. which will take, plans pru-  hr.blv ne::t week.  , ������������������^���������s-s'<i<i^--s^:a^^a'-c'^^--js''a'^'^^  a���������i  &        0  fi.I  ConfecLi oner ancl Grocer  .v  I,arj;i" nml Weil ..ijjlumi  Sniiiple 'tuoins   llented by Hot Air and JCIeiitrlc  Uells nml I/i|;ht in every room  Journal.  A San l*'raiu*i.-.i.*o de.-patch toilay  s.iys Jerome A. Fillmore has ri*M'gni*ill  his pojitiun as manager of the Pacilit;  system of lhe Soul hern Pacific Company. 3Ir. Fillmore* ha.**, been at tin.'  head of the operating tlepartmuiit of  the Houthern Pacific on the coast I'or  nineteen year.*,. It i- uiiiUir-itunil lii.it  l'*ilhnore will be suei-eedci! by IC. II.  I-'itv.lui!_"h, who resigned the position  of general maniiiicr of the Wi-niont  (.'ciitral K, i road, and is now hen: on  M'.iit itit_ order.-.  Thai a lailroad train could bo stop  ped by ���������-.r.i-.slinppets --cctii*-inii'ediblc,  lint this is what h.ippened liotwei n  Uoii^'l.iS and Keivi'll. -Man., e.i.t ot  liraiid-in. The soil is very sandy  along the railioad track ai.dri.nst-  I'uently the jrtass sw.nin*-* with  j-ras-dicipders. When an engine dra*.i-  inif a heavy tiain came aloni.; the  driver was siirpri.ied to find bim-r-l  stalled on a little sriade which should  have been easy. The ouim; of the  trouble was not hard to find. Hivaim-  of little hoppers that h.-irl gal hci'jd  from the adj.icenl. field*- to en.jov tin*  sun nn thu tiai-k had been nti-died by  the wheels until the rails bcraiae ^o  slippery us if they bad been i>x cased  The remedy was the libeial fipplic*:i-  tion of saiul to I he rail-, ami the. ! r.'iij-i  was able to proceed. The cr.ffiticcr of  fie train thinks that the incident is  unique in Manitoba.  Passengers on a Brandon incoming  b'anch line tiain tell of a singular ease  of liiotherlj- devotion on thc pi it of a  mare|which .ilmost eipials the intelli-  Kence, the persevprance and reaiuninfj  nower of a. humin beiiij_;, says the  P.jrt.'iRe la Piairie Liberal. The train  was rur-iiiiipf along at usual speed when  the engineer observed a boi.sestandiii<:  nn the track. He whistled shrilly, but  instead of running off badly frightened  The Fish River Waggon Road  Question Decided.���������The Case  of Those Special Pro\:'ncial  Constables.���������A Visit From the  Minister of Mines.  Thos. Taylor .M. P. P.. paid the  Hichami a vi.-il yestrrd.iy, having jrt.-t  relurn.-d fiom the <n.i,-,f._ Aiinmg  olher iifiu**, of news, wlu'cb II'* brou^rht  willi him. it i**.a |il.*!i-=m-i* tei learn that  ,i decision hai*. been arrived ht .in ibi"'  I'"ish liiv.M' wn^oii roml ipn-ition.  Ti-ndi-rs are to b.'called for lo build  the mail by i-oiii i-act a I on.-c. It will  be laid out on I hu Tln.Tiip-.on"-! I,and-  intr side of 1 he river Imt in order to  give ('.im.tpli.*. an eiiui'l ailv.iiila<_;c  wilh ils coiiiincrcial rival cn lhe othn*  -,hni*<: of rh>. Arm. a bridtri* will be put  in. .is soon as thc stage of v.*ji|.*r p-rT  mils at, tho I'.inyc.n. iil.oiil. half a mile  above tin* old bridge on the pni*k  trail, with v.'hieh I'oiinfvior.s will br-  m.'iflc both v/ilh the old wnpm roar:  iiji the liver froin f-'omajilix and fhe  n"\v one from Thomson's f.anding.  While i:i Viiilorin. .".Ir. Taylor interviewed the Altonry f'_nr-r.i! and  other members nt' Ihe government  i*,*-ith regard to tin* appointment of  special ..provincial constables af the  coiiiineh'ccriiciit. of the trackmen's  sirike. He found that representations  of tbo sLiongcst nature had been ma Ic  fo the government not only that  there, was likely to be a necessity for  protecting life anil properly on the  line but that depredations had already  h .en cominitli'd. Jt. w/is in compliance with .such iepre-.en.',aiions IJiat  thc government sent orders (<> tJ)o  government agenls to appoint these  constables, though leaving Ihe agents  considerable iliseretionary power***.  As soon.-is it was found at Victoria  that these men were not only not  really needed to protect the company's  piojierty, as tin.* trackmen were  mai.i-  The James M. Ward Co.  "'!'lii^"ci"*Ttpa'ny wmclruili^'lfOTT-^at"  nig  of  C.'ilfi  hts,  the  siirv  tV* Opera Ifouse. for three  conunericinir tonight, was one  princi;>al attractions at the  Fair. It is a strong continuous performance that fs between the. acts of  that powerful comedy drama "Through  by I'ay^ghl." will be seen the greatest  novelty tier of th������ season. Arneldo. the  world famous hnndbalancer and  erpiiiibiist asMS'.rrl by the clever  comedian Harry Sedlev.  TnmniT'.'w-light the eompanv wiii  ])i*i.ilil������������������<��������� a ,-l "r ni? vaudeville bill open  i ig with lhe clever comedy. "A  Widow'-. Hlr.itagcm" followed by a  .���������.rung olio and tbe performance will  ei.uchide, wilh an original unr-i'  .-.V.-tell by thn*-.- well known :iri,ist-: Mr.  H.iny Sedle.y and Miss Kdith fiate.  On   Friday   night,   t.he   la-!,   of   the  Fresh S^s  tititter  Vegetables  iihvays on hand.  I  "if  Mom  Ice Cr.eam  e Made Candies  ii Sporii-Uy.  ���������   T'roc P.us Moots'All Trains  Koa^onniile Kntcs .  ..  -^HOTBL  VICTO E2,IAj^  JOHN V. PERK.:-;, I'm i.���������m*:tou  XlBlit  Grill x'.o>:-.i lu ('.micrtioii for the Convenience of (",'ncsts  Hourly Street i;*ir  i'.etweep ilutel anil iitaiinii  I^������v������0si_������l!s������, lo^o  ^/S_'  ���������������<  AND  HEM TUE BARGAINS AT  GUV BARBIiR'y IN  13*4* Rodfi-ei*'-  SPEC1ALTY  CSockSg Etc..  Eros.' r-iai Ware.  WATCH KEPAIRINQ .  TAPPING'S    OPERA  HOUSE  ENGAGEMENT  EXTRAORDINARY  TKREF  : WIGHTS  ll  fl  m  he Great    Iri-.li    Diatiia |  ' -.iill   In*    tin:   oil'eiing. j  have seen tin* play   will  fact.      Tlifi   prices   will  _:>. .Viand 7.">r;t.-*~ although through  ire'  c,i_.-a_.em>.-nt  '���������'I Ue Red I"o\  and t hi j***!* w'u������  ,i]>|,j*eeiirle till*  b  %������!("  5  In rep.-i-lniic  pri'ducing the greales!  of all eaMern niccei-.si*.B  -- We_.i_esday_.July 17--  a  miirn<h*:"=t.inil:njf    tno   firu es  advert is**-'! at a hitrhev r.tlt*.  This eonipiiny eoi������<-to   in   herfibh d  bv ihe npir.ii.n**-of -San   Francisco   ami \ Through    by   Daylight    OrNtW  NcwYoik   and   is in everyway an  up.  to (I.it'- ali raction.  For Sole Cr Rent.  t --i>vi*n rnr.mi'rl lion-"'.- for in.Ii' <>- mat. Ai,j,ly  lu 1. Kermii-iiaii. July 17 tf  COOK  WANTED  nt finci- i'.r litit"! iit. fumlrfirn" n* firtt  W.ir.t  phiv-i fi.ok. ' v, n^.*H f.'.M  por   inonlii  M. M. Il.i"li,iiiiiii, ('nn.li.irn.;.  .Inly 17 lit.  -M't'ly  TO RENT  l*'nrni-ih..il Itr.i.m** to Ii-t.    ^l'T'ly  l������ it, Ttlj-  ,-xix2. J11 iv 17 I mo.  Notice.  The cily has ror sale���������a quantity of  blanket.-!, tenlK et.'. Apply to His  Worship the Mayor. W.M. Brown  I'.-i|.  U. IS. Si 1 aw;  City Clerk.  York in Slices.  ���������Thursday July 18 ���������  The   Widow's   Stratagem   End  Vaudeville Performance.  - Friday July 19 ���������  Red Fox, thc Great Irish Drama  A host, of specialties in each production.  A in.iinmolh company of K,i.*tern  Stars'.  Hear the gre.'it Kaatern Qu.'ii lette,  Sec tin* sin^inic and d.iniin.2 .specin'-  tiea.  See the Cat rie Nation Hatchet Biij.-  adi*.  I.ist en tot lu>'smashi 11K "f the saloons.  Watch the rum drinkers run.  See the Bietit ������������������Arneldo,'" the greatest  Equilibrist living.  Prices ."ic., 0O1:., and "or.  Lois will be soltl nt, n cnnsi'l-rable reduction up to  JwSylOth, .901.  Tickets for sale at the Canada Drug  & Bookstore.  Now is the time for prospective purchasers (0 buy,  PC.     Hi  Ej Sole Agent  REVELSTOKE.  w  (Hi)  tip  i I  I  fe  If  BS1  I  1  Va  4i  I.  >'U


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