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Revelstoke Herald Aug 17, 1901

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Array /    y,  v iA*, v  i>V*\MSJ4  /)  C. B. HUME  &C0.  V44r****������������HH^4M1Hf������������������****������**  BARGAINS!  BARGAINS!  This week we' are offering our  entire    stock "of    Straw   and  Linen Hats, including Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at Cost  All the   newest   ancl   nobbiest  c  stvles.  MEN'S SUMMER COATS  AND VESTS AT A GREAT  REDUCTION  MEETING  HOSIERY  Now in���������Big Stock of Ladies'  and Chiidrens'.Lisle, 'Thread,.  Cotton and Cashmere Hose.  Also a big stock of- Gents'  Hosiery-' in^'SHkf���������*; Cashmere,  and Cotton, including  celebrated Health Hose.  the  . If you want a really nice  thing in these goods come  and examine our stock.  PARASOLS  A few lines left which we are  offering at a great   reduction.  Don't forget, wc carry thc  Biggest Stock of'Hcavy Hardware in the City. It will pay  von to get our Prices before  purchasing.  A big shipment of Paints  Oils, Nails, Etc., arriving.  Tools of all kinds always  in stock.  DYNAMITE,   .  CAPS,  FUSE.  ^e are agents "for the celebrated BENNETT   tL'SE.  (t^^^^^^^^^^������������<^i^^*#<^^<������'rf"<  C.B. HUME  &C0  The Revelstoke Water, Light &  Power Co. Make an Offer  Which is Accepted.  Met as usual lust, night. Present the  mayor, Aid. Taylor. Ahrahanison, Mt-  Cai'ty, McLeod.  COH UKSrONDKNCI'.  Dr. Cuirnthers accepted position   (is  city medical health officer.  The provincial secretary pointed nnt  that l here was no parliamentary provision for a sutisidy on account of  quarantine expenditure and. lhe  executive were unable to recommend  nny such expenditure  On this head his Worship said he  had while in Victoria interviewed the  attorney general on the mutter and on  heing acquainted with the facts of the  case Mr. Eberts hud assured him that  he would do his hest to Ret a, grant for  half the amount paid in next year's  estimates. The clerk was instructed  to make tl schedule of the expense  incurred for transmission to Victoria.  The secretary of the S. O. Ei. B. S.  forwarded a resolution of the society  asking the mayor to call a puhlic meeting to discuss tlie piopriety of marking  the occasion of tho approaching royal  visit by it celebration. 'Fyled for present.  Supt. Kilpatrick regretted that,  owing to existing circumstances the C.  P. H. company did notcaie to put men  at work on cutting tiie thistles on the  right of way .'ind suggested, that the  city should put men on the woik  itccniding to the bylaw.  The mayor said he had tried tn get  men to do the work, but they had been  hounded so that, they had refused to go  on. lie thought the chairman of the  ���������i.ihlic works committee might have  better luck. Referred P. "YV. committee. *���������  Supt. Kilpatrick granted request to  build sidewalk at end ot McKenzie  Ave acaoss track provided crossing  now in use is closed.    ,  The city solicitor reported a general  compliance with the notice to clear  vacant lots with exception of Mr. A. S.  Farwell, who .was expected to be in  town shortly. The mayor thought it  would befd.i������gerous to insist-'- upon the  lots being cleared just now hut Mr.  Farwell might be interviewed and he  would see him.  Secretary of Revelstoke W. L. & P.  Co. made an offer to transfer t.he plant  of the company for the city debentmes  at par to which the mayor had replied  at the time that there was an option  on the debentures good till Aug. loth.  The mayor said he had taken a trip  to Victoria to see Mr. Marti and assist  him in the matter. He found that it  was almost impossible to do anything,  with them in the ' east. There were  some parties in Victoria, who might  have purchastd but they had just  invested in Victoria city debentures.  So at present nothing had been done  to make a sale. He thought the  proposition of the company was  much better than any yet received  and presented an opportdnity for closing the deal up and for going to work  to deal with the present shortage of  waler without further "delay.        . %  Aid. McCarty thought that as" a  temporary measure a steam pump  could-be-horrowed-frotn the C: P. R.-to-  forcc water into the main.  Aid. McLeod though1: it was the  business of the company to tarnish  sufficient water to the city'1 until the  sale was made.  Aid. Taylor said the members of the  company were as much and perhaps  more interested in getting a proper  water supply as any other rate payers.  He thought the city was very lucky to  get an offer at par for theirdebentures.  which had now heen on the market  live months. The company would be,  he thought, willing to make such re  purs as a committee might agree on.  Aid. McLeod said the supply of  water was gone, which had heen when  the burg-tin was made and if lhe city  did take the plant over, nothing could  he done this Reason, He asked how  many of the aldei men hud a vote on  the question. He had been told that  there were only two.  The mayor said the council must not  lose sight of the revenue derived from  the plant, which they were nowu  letting go hy every month. The offer  of the company placed the city in a  position to take hold of the plant and  make the- necessary additions; to t he  water system. i  Aid. McLeod said the council seemed  to be scared of the question and he for  one was a little leery of it.  Aid. Taylor thought all the council  had to do was to obey the mandate of  the ratepayers expressed in their vote  on the bylaw.  The mayor could not see anything  for the council to be afraid of in closing  with the company's proposition. Since  the trouble over the smallpox was over  he had done his utmost to get the  debentures floated and if be could have  gone at it three or four mouths ago in  the mime way there would have  plant over now they could have ample  time to arrange for extending lhe  system next spring.  Aid. McLeod thought that as the  mayor and himself were new to the  council they ought lo get the voire ol  the people a second time.  Aid. Taylor asked what better voice  was wanted than 130 votes to 19.  Aid. Abrahamson wanted to know  how Aid." McLeod sxpected to get the  bylaw already passed quashed.  Aid. McLeod said the bylaw to raise  money for the extension should be  .submitted.    .  Aid. MeLeod said th-.it if such si  bylaw for the extension passed he  would be in favor of taking over the  waterworks at once.  Moved by Aid. Taylor, seconded hy  Aid. Abnihamson, that the city accepts Lhe olTurof thuR. W.'L. & P. Co.  and that a committee be appointed to  examine thc works and estimate Ihe  amolmt of repairs necessary to lie done  in accordance with thn agreement  with the II \V. L. & P. Co.. so th.it a  formal transfer maybe made.  Aid. McLeod asketl leave or hi**.  Woiship to retire before the motion  was put, which, after a consultation  with the city solicitor, was gtanled.  The motion was then put and carried. Aid. Taylor and Abrahamson  voting yea. Aid. McCarty excused as  being interested in the company.  HKPOHTS.  The chairman of the P. \V. committee reported that the cost of a sidewalk from the Canada Drug Si Book  Co.'s store would he $100 and of a sidewalk from Kernaghan's corner to the  court house, .**>75.  Tho city solicitor reported that Mr.  Farwell had stated that he was entitled to the land north ofthe track on  which the reservoir and pipe line was  on, although the Dominion Government had not issued the patent.  However he had made an agreement  to hand oyer an acre of land round the  reservoir and a 10 foot right of way  for the pipe line for $100 as soon as he  was in a position to do so.  BYLAWS  The - bylaw for closing Wynn St.  along-the school house fence, passed  the third reading.  MOTIONS.  Resolved that the whole council he  a committee to examine the water nnd  electric light system and report as to  the amount of repairs necessary to  comply with the agreement between  the c iinpauy and  cost'of the same.' "  - The council then adjourned  J new steamer   renders   transportation |  easier and capital begins to l.iko  hold,  this company's copper pioperlies will  tutu the Standard Basin into a  second  P.iille.  the city as to the  TWO KILLED  Important Discovery of Valuable  Quicksilver  Ore  Made by T.  Edwards   and  C.   Hansen at  Head of Greeley.  Thos. Edwards and Chris. Hansen,  who started on a prospecting tour up  Greeley Creek about a couple of weeks  ago made a strike of cinnabar oie,  while on thc trip, which is likely lo  prove of considerable important. The  claim is located about 8 miles I'roni  Revelstoke ut the head of the left fork  of Greeley Creek, near the .summit  between Greeley and GOD creeks.  There are three feet of the ore, which  i.s rich in quicksilver, exposed on the  surface. The claim is named the  Cariboo. Mr. Edwards has somo  specimens at his house.  In connection willi this discovery  the following paragraph in Gold  Commissioner Tunstall's report on the  Yale district, contained in the recently issued report of the department of  mines, is of interest. Speaking of the  cinnabar claims near Savonas he says:  "It is to be trusted that;the coming  season will see more interest taken in  quicksilver mining. _ At, present the  world's output is not keeping pact;  with the demand for this metal and,  with the exception of the New Al-  maden and Idria mines, nearly all the  California cinnabar properties are  closed down. There are, without  doubt, large bodies of cinnabar ore in  British Columbia, of low grade, it is  true, but this should be no drawback  when 1% ore is treated at .a profit in  Russia and 1% ore in the ease of soine  Californiau properties. The cinnabar  deposits seem all to he grouped along  one zone, running north and south  from Kamloops lake; they can he  traced Ihioughout a section about 13  miles long and-having a width of 1  mile. Certainly the approaching  exhaustion of the present supply of  quicksilver necessitates new producers  and it-is a. question of some interest  whether these may possibly he in  British Columbia."'  The London market price of quicksilver is very high and' has not  fluctuated for'tnonthb.'' i SI 'stands tit  ������9.12.0 and the quotation is said to lie  "pegged" and it will require some  important movement in the market to  alter it. Tbe corresponding San  Francisco price is $10 to $*f7, New  York $50 to $51. These prices are per  bottle, 70i pounds.  The Prince Mining Co. Refuse  an Offer of $200,000 for a  Portion    of   Their      Copper  Propositions  This week after a thorough  Board of Trade.  The council of   the   hoard   of   tiade  met  on   Thursday  morning,   present  president.  investigation of tlie propei ty by a reliable  mining engineer the Prince Mining Co.  wat. offered by an intending investor  $200,000 for part of 1 Iidii* properties iu  the Standaid Basin. The offer was  declined and the deal is sl.il! pending.  Speaking of these remarkably meritorious copper propositions the Supt.  0. ,1. Rumens told the IlisitAl.o  lhat two weeks ago live feet of ore was  uncovered in a prospect tunnel run on  Ihe big surface outcropping on tlie.  Coiiman*i>kii  iliiim. This outcrop extends across  pari of both the Commander and  Winnebago claims-with an average  width of 50 feet along the whole 400  feet exposed. The prospect tunnel was  run inst beneath the outcropping and  struck the ore at 23 feet. It has now  run thiough seven feet of the vein,  five feet of which is clear ore. Color  tests have given fiom 10 to '3o% copper  to the ton of this ore. 'No.-J tunnel is  being run to tap this ledge at an estimated depth of 273 feet. It is now in  100 feet ancl it is "nictitated anothei  320 feet ought to do it. The Commander corners on the  Staxdahd  the banner location of the camp. On  the Oth inst. in drifting on the \ein the  No. 2 tunnel biokeinlna new lead ol  two feet of fine clear ore with eveiy  indication of another streak Nihead.  Seven or eight tons of nice ore have  been taken outiu running this tunnel.  The seepage of surlace water fro'm the  melting snow has recently delayed  operations in this pint of the mine, .is  it has rendeied considerable timbering  necessary.  No. 3 or the' long tunnel, which is  being run. to get at the .big vein <it a  depth of 300"*ft*tt-iMit>,\v-iiiV'jS3 feet.---.--1-.  ��������� The'Prince company has clone a" big  lot of work under the usual difficulties  experienced by a local .company and  deserve great credit for the energy  with wliich they have kept hammering  y at this splendid property in lhe  As soon as the launching of the  on  F. McCarty,  ���������secretary. C  mark, T.   IC  Sibbald.  The   principal  C. E.  S. MeCarter, C. F  L.   Taylor and  Shaw,  Lind-  ,1.    D.  ACCIDENT  AT INCOLF  correspondence was  fiom S. ,I. McLean, the freight grievance commissioner, wlio announced his  intention of holding a sitting of the  commission hetc on Saturday, Aug.  21lh..  A committee consisting of C. F.  Lindmark, chairman, ,T. I J. Sibbald, I.  T. Brewster. T. 15. L. Taylor and F. J.  Young was appointed lo prepare a  statement of the position of affairs  here wilh regaid to freight, rates for  piesentiition to the commission.  Mr. Mc-Bclh manager of tho Molsons  hank w.is proposed as a member ofthe  hoard..  Alter the president had reported  that Hies. s. Revelstoke would probably be ready to. launch ubout the  middle of next month and some con-  vet sation 011 freight charges prevailing  between Arrowhead and Thomson's  Landing on the N. E. Arm. which are  very high, the council adjourned.  Wreck on the C P. R.  Two Dead and Five Injured by  Derailment of the Harvest  Excursion Train.  "Winnii'Ko. Aug. 13.���������General Sup  erintendent Leonard of lhe Canadian  Pacific railway shortly before 18  o'clock last evening leceivc- word from  Ingolf, 102 miles e.isl of Winnipeg, of  a fatal accident on tlie main line,three  miles east of Ingolf.  Later in the evening Mi*. Leonard  issued the following list of lhe 1 eported  dead and injured:  DE.MJ  Dan White. Kent City, N.B.  Donald McKeagan. Cape Breton.  1NJVHKD  John Reed, Newfoundland; head and  lee injured.  Martin Almon. (Jape Breton; head  injured.  .lames Craig, York county. X. B.;  seriously cut on head.  Thomas Corwin, firemen of engine,  leg badly injured.  Mr. Leonard gave out the following  statement :  "Extra west with harvesters from  lhe maritime piovince. left track three  miles east of Ingolf this evening. The  cause said to be by a rail breaking  under the engine while train passing  over it. Engine aud five coiches derailed."  awa  basin.  On Sunday eight freight cars were  wrecked on the C.P. R. at C.irtnichael,  11 station 2S5 miles east of Calg.uy,  near Gull Lake. Eight curs, .seven  i.iirying live stock and one containing  lumber, ran off the line. Eight head  of cattle were killed and three injured.  From four cars the cattle escaped. But  a quick round up brought homethe  wandeieis and they are now safely  corralled. The cars that went off the  line were from the middle ofthe train.  The company officials can not account  for the accident. The train was not  running over a curve. A theory thai  a weak * culvert' caused the accident  seems reasonable enough to be accepted.    '      _*  -The train running east and -the ..one  west-bound .wevi both stoppedaltnost  at the^same time, on,the scene of the  it-ccidont-^.This*happenedvaboutpi q'r  clock in -the'morning.'VThe'-passenger  tV.iins'weredelayed 10_hours,_when tbe  line was cleared sufficiently to "enable  them lo continue their'.runs. This is  lhe most serious accident that has  happened in tbe west on the'C. P. R.  line since the strike began.  been  of the  no difficulty ubout disposing  debentures.  Aid. Abrahamson said that the vote  on the bylaw shewed that the people  of lhe town were in favor of taking  over the plant.   If the city  took  the  The Fatal Railway Accident at  Proton' Station Near Owen  Sound Last Week Described  By the Globe.  * The Globe   of   last  Monday   under  date Owen Sound, Aug. 11th says ;  Two men killed, two seriously in  jured and several thousand dollars'  damage is the net result of one of till"  most terrible railway catastrophes that  has happened on this division of ihe  C. P. R. in the last decade. The accident occurred at 3.43 yesterday  afternoon immediately south of Proton  Station, forty miles distant from  here.  THU WRECKED THAIS'.  The wrecked teain was the regulai  daily way fi eight, due here about 6.30  p.-in. L Conductor I^iiii'ie, assisted by  Brakeman McCra\v~aiTd~JohTrtan~cas--  ter, were in charge and engine 433,  which hauled the train, was manned  by Engineer Wm. Campbell and Fire,  man McCanley. Shortly before  entering Proton station the train was  obliged to go through a cut wheie a  new switch was in course of construij  tion. The direct cause of the accident  is not definitely known, It. is supposed,  however, that the workmen employed  ou the switch had left a quantity of  gravel and stones in the flange, which  caused the engine to jump the rails.  Local officials emphatically deny that  the accident was caused by the spreading of the track. 1  ENOINE CLIMBED THE HANK. ,  The engine was proceeding at nn  ordimirv rate of speed at the tune. As  it jnmped-the track it climbed the  bank ot the cul, and then toppled  backwards, leaving the engine at right  angles with the tender. Eleven cars of  meichandise piled up on one another,  and were smashed to kindling wood.  One car, in which were lour cf the  company's painters, was thrown on  top of the debris and wrecked, bnt its  occupants miraculously escaped injury.  FOUND IN TnE  WRECK.  Assistance whs immediately procured  from Proton, and auxiliaries were despatched at once from Owen Sound and  Toronto Junction.  Ghastly were the discoveries of tbe  rescuers. Engineer Campbell had  faced death sit his post. He was tonnd  pinioned under the wreck, his hand still  on the throttle of hit engine. literally  scalded to death. His death had up.  parejitly been instantaneous.  Brakemen McCraw and Lancaster  and ITireman McCanley were still  alive when extricated from the debt is,  McCraw was horribly scalded from  head to foot; McCauley from his hips  down, while Lancaster, who had been  lht own into the wreck from the top  of a bos car on which he had been  riding, was seriously Injured internally. AH three were more or less  bruised. They were brought to Oiven  Sound by special train, which reached  here at 11.50 p. m.. and were immediately taken to the General and  Marine Hospital. McCraw sue  cumbed to his terrible injuries at 5.30  tbis morning. Lancaster and McCauley are still alive, but little hope is  entertained ol their recorery.  6������*SS)������������^������SX^^ t  &   YOUNG  Camborne   and   Oyster Groups.  A. F.   Rosenberger, manager of  the -  Camborne and Oyster groups, on Fish  creek came into town on Wednesday-  evening  and left again   on   Thursday  morning   for  Nelson.   The properties  above mentioned ate making splendid  shewings under development and Mr.  Rosenberger is  naturally well pleased  with   the result.   The  strike on   the  Oyster group reported in the Heral.1)1  a  week   ago   is  shewing up to   great  advantage.    The gold   ore is widening  and becoming richer as depth is attained.    On the Camborne group the   men  employed are   sinking  on   the ledges  with good lesults.   These two gioups  iire   crackerjacks and will do  alot-ih  advertising the camp in the very near  future.   Mr. Rosenbeiger will return,;  to   Fish creek about   thc end  of  the  week. -.....-  r ,     -  RAILWAY YARD  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining t*6 Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  Mrs. .T. Kilby is away on a   visit  to  the coast.  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  Our Entire Stock of  Summer Goods  Lad ies <3ont  purchases   of  miss the  Summer'  opportunity * io.������  complete your  "     at    BARGAIN     PRICES.  goods  II. O'Conner, C. P." R.  at .^Winnipeg, is seriously  trainmaster  ill.  Blouses, Whitewear, Wash Goods,  Summer       Dress a    Goods,  Sailor Hats Children's   Headwear  Xhc stock must be reduced and early purchasers will get  the full benefit,  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing" are included in the  GRAND    SALE  Also   Bargain   Figures   in  Men's  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  Our  Desire to   make  room   for "Fall  Importations   is  your  opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  REID   &   YOUNG-  Mrs. A. Brundrett antl   children returned from a visit  to   the  coast   on  '  Monday. ������ ���������    .  Gen. Supt. Marpole was in town  oh  Wednesday and went south yesterday.  morning.  J. A. Agncw. C. P. R. Brakeman  and Mrs. Agnew loft on a holiday trip  to Banff on Tuesday.  Trains w.ill lie running   on   the   extension of the C. & 12. aero-.-, the river  _  tii Edmonton by Oct. 31*-:.  Th'e~Mohcton-Time.*=-b-7iy*-���������lhat���������12- I.f���������  C. R. brakemen have been laid oftY'the  reason assigned being "no work-."  AV. AV. Cross, consulting master  mechanic of the C. P. R- and G. XV.  Shearing ol Montreal, .'nnliloi' of passenger receipts have been in Vancouver  on official business this week.  Gen. Supt. Obome.'it SI. John N. Si.  is advertising in the mar'uiine province  papers for competent and experienced  section foremen for New Brunswick,  wapes $1.70 per day nn umin line and  SI.00 on branches. ' Apply at once.  the steamer Minto has been |pnt on,  the run between Arrowhead and  Uobson to transfer tlu* fu-ight for the  Slocan, v-hich cinnot get over the  Xnkuspand Slocan branch owing to  the burning of the tiestli* work near  Uosebery. v/   r  A special meeting of the shaieholders  of the Kootenav .mil Arrowhead line  was held in the'C. I'. H. offices,"Montreal, on Tucm1.iv 1" authorize the  issue of bonds pi o'vMed for nt the hist  ���������session of parh.uuci'l. The line is to  be completed as f.ir as Trout Lake  City this fall.  Chief   Engineer   Adamson   of    thc  Empress   of' Japan   has  advised the  mechanical dept. of the C. P. R.   that'  he prefers to remain  in thc steamship  service  rather   than   become  master  mechanic and chief engineer at  Van _  con vei*.     The  l'rovince  says thc job  will likely be oiTered to Chief Engineer ���������  Richardson of the Empress of China.  Iii a short time many of the C. P. R.  employes will be airing themselves iu  brand new uniforms. "With this end  in view St. 3. lnglis, the C. P. R. "  tailor, is at present in Winnipeg taking thc measurements of those employes in need of a change. Iu a few  days Mr. lnglis i-* coining west to  perform a like, duty for the officers on  the company's steamers.  j tt^^^^-g-^-r^^^yj^y^^-^^g^^^^^^ MiPi������j������ig>iM!������.������.ir������jM^^^  Mrs. J. U. Webster and  family are '  leaving for a few weeks visit   to   their  ranch at Vernon tomorrow.  I I1* ,_iii.7*71M'i3* ..wtiijl ���������  n-'v������*M*T*vi>^t,'-.1  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A. JOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weekly Journal published In the  Interests of the railway men. mining men ancl  buiiness men of the West. Days of l'ubliciilion  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVEEII3IS-0 1U.TK.3.  Displav ads., Jl-50 per inch; Mnglc column,  ti per inch when inserted' on ink* |i������Re  Legal ads., 10 cents per inch (uonpi.rn.li line  for first insertion; 5 cents for each ail*'.iii..:ial  insertion. Local notices 10 cenispci I'm.* each  Issue. Birth, Marriage and Death Notices  free.  SrBSCBIPTIOS* RATES.  Br mall or carrier, fi per annum; |1.23 (or  i>ix"months, strictly in advance.  OUR JOB DEPARTMENT.  Is one of the best equipped printint. offices in  the West and prepared to execute all kinds of  .���������riming fn flrstclass stvle at hone-a prices.  One price to all. No job too large���������none inn  jmall���������for us. Mail orders prompilv attended  to.   Give us a trial on your next order.  TO CORr.ESrO.S'DESTS.  We invite correspondence on any subject  of interest to the general public. In all ca-c.*,  the bona tide name of the writer must i-ceom-  pint* manuscript, but not nece*.ianly (or  publication.  Address all communications to the Manager.  NOTICE TO COKKESI-OSDEST**.  I. ah    correspondence    musi   be   legibly  vrittt-u on one-side of lhu paper only.  " --Correspondence containlm.' pi*r������nniil  ������*������'i'.er must be signed with tin* proper name  ol the writer.  ti. ...GROGAN", Editor.  Saturday, August 1", 1001.  in   the  no  choice  THE THIRD PART").  In another column of   this   issue   of  the Hkrald  will   be  found  the  pro_  gramme ofthe. third   party   toruicd a  few days ago in Winnipeg,  the direct  occasion and incentive for whicli  was  the defeat of St. L: Richardson.  M.  P.  for Lisgar in the election protest case,  in which as an independent he   found  arrayed   against   him   the    combined  forces of the Sifton  Liberals and   the  Roblin   Conservatives.      lt    was    an  unnatural alliance and a sorry victory  However,   the   Heiiald    does    not  intend to dilate on this victory of jumping jack .politics nor   even   to  discuss  point by point the platform of thc new  party,    although    it   contains   much  tempting material for discussion.   We  would like rather to draw attention to  this appearance of   a  third party as a  sign of the political times, which cannot    be    overlooked  or  disregarded.  Third parties are not formed as long as  the old ones are doing their work.     It  is only when -they   become   fossilized  and sterile and cease to present on one  side or the other, the   thought  of   the  people,   that ' third   parties    become  necessary.   Now' these   are, precisely  the symptoms, which are to be found  in the Conservative and Liberal parties  .  .of Canada   today.     There  are  grave  questions before the people of Canada  today, questions pressing for solution,  questions on which the existence of the  nation   as   a .real,    living    organism  " depends but neither the Liberal or Conservative leaders will so much as touch  these questions with their little fingers.  At election times  they   are  carefully  shelved away by the party bosses   and  any attetupt.from the ranks to introduce them into the solemn  talk about  nothing in particular,  which   prevails  in the Dominion House of Commons is  instantly checlr mated.     The   government ttiumphantly producesitsofflcial  remedy, a new "commission or a fresh  department, as if a man  were   to   try  and cure a malignant  cancer  with   a  strip of sticking plaster, and all is sup-  signifying   absolutely   nothing,    and  they hand   them   out with   immense  solemnity.   Then the party talkers get  up and  tell how  well the G. O. P. has  done iu  the past   and how  infinitely  s-iperior tliey are to thu other fellows.  The public  has   no   real   say  matter.    There is us a rule  except  to   vote   for   one   side  or  llie  oilier.     11   there   is   a   Labor   or   an  Independent candidate there   is  as a  rule a kin.i  of 11 ivor   aliout   him   nut  particularly atiiaet.ivcMo Ihe  mass or  the electors.    He is Anti-This or l*ro-  Tlvit and chock full of windy  theories  anvhow, and if he does squeeze in,  he  carries no weight and is quite as likely  as not. to   become   gradually merged  inlo one. or other of the  two old pur-  tics.   What is   needed   is   something  broader than Labor, which represents  only a class,   or   Independent which  represents   only   the   individual    and  more practical than Socialist, which i>  a label attached lo too much sweeping  theorising, of which the average man  has   a   profound     and   well   founded  distrust and too much or this Comrade  ind   Circle nonsense,   whicli   is   only  calculated     to   in*-pir<>     in    lhe    snid  average  man  a combined   feeling  of  vague contempt and dislike.     A  third  party to be a success  must, lind some  bond of union,  which  will  hind those  discontented with the prevailing policy  or both the old parties,  and they are  many, into an organic whole.    It must  have leader of sufficiently commanding  personality and position to handle and  control his followers.     It must have a  fighting programme con ���������������������������.-lining one or  two subjects, which seem to  the most  pressing and on which public opinion  is   the  best   educated.*,   such   as    for  instance is at present t.he government  ownership ol railways and telegraphs.  And it must look  lo the west for its  chief support and take advantage of  the  large increase   of representation  which   redistribution   must   give  tlie  west to make its first start.  A western  party with a leader whom   tin* west-  could rely on  and   with   government  ownership for  a   rallying   cry   would  uery   quickly   become    a    recognized  force in Canadian politics and  compel  t.he dozy politicians of the east  to get  a move on and attend to other business  besides making their party solid in the.  eastern constituencies.  BUSINESS MENTION  rfc  ���������Special sale of ribbons. Madion  Pallors.  ���������liny your children'.*, school books  at Dew's Drug Store.  ���������New readeis and other new books  for sale 'it Hews' drug store.  ���������J.B. Oiissman, the Art Tailor, has  received his first* shipment of fall  co ids.  ���������Von can got Uennetl's White.  Gutra-IVi'ch.'i Fuse at C. 13. Hume &  Co.'.-.    lt, has no equal.  ���������A big line nf Christy Still' Hats  now in. Latest and nobbiest styles���������  atC. Si. Hume & Co.'s.  ���������The latest in fall suitings for ladies  and gentlemen, art* now to hand at J.  B. Ciessnian's McKenzie Ave.  ��������� Now ready The Union and Onr  ���������Special* cigars at this Union Cigar  factory. Slock and Workmanship  guaranteed,  ���������Send in vour nriler**. I'or The Union  and Our Special cigars to tbe Union  Cigar F.ieliiry. Stock and workmanship guaranteed.  ���������All school i'c-qiu>sjs such as inks,  pencils, slates, school bags and scribblers, .in immense stock ol each at  Canada Drug Ac Honk Co.  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RESERVED FOR  Revelstoke  Station.  Order Your  ng  from tlie  posed to be well.  For a long time the electors have  allowed themselves to be hypnotized  by this elaborate show of going  through the motions. As each election  came on we have proudly sluck Conservative or Liberal in our hats and  jumped around and whooped and  argued over the respective merits of  Tweedledum and Xweedle dee. Tlie  long period during which the Conservative!, were in power is of course  largely responsible for the popular  delusion thai the Liberals were birds  of entirely another color. It i.s however, beginning to dawn on tbe elector-  ate by this time that Caesar and  ' Pompey are very much alike, especially Pornpey. The last general elections  was fought on no issues at all of any  importance to the people of Canada.  Tbe main question, which agitated tbis  constituency was ius to whether or on  iir. Galliher had signed the famous  mine owners' petition against the  eight hour law. On this vast issue  Yale-Cariboo hung breathless for days  and weeks. We do not say even now  that it was an issue without ils points  but that it loomed up so large as il did  is a striking proof of the harreness of  the political land at the time. We  fought the election as those who beat  the air. And the same was true for  every other constituency in Canada.  If thete was another election tomorrow the case would be the same.  The leaders of the old' parties are too  tightly bound up with Ihe big corpor  ations to dare to formulate a platform  of live is������ues. They are adepts at  stringing together a dozen or so of  resolutions, full of sound and fury, but  Strikes And Monopolies.  (Willis J. Abbott, Chicago News.)  In nine cases out of ten "strikes are  foredoomed to failure anyway. The  plan of protecting the interests of  labor bv organization is* weak in one  vital point���������the. organizers cannot  secure a complete 'monopoly of the  product they have to sell���������namely,  labor. They are like a trust which is  organized -without controlling some  natural monopoly. Such a trust will  inevitably go to pieces, just as a labor  organization whicli can only imperfectly control the supply of men competent to do the work required will go  lo pieces when ils strength is tested.  The labor organization will- try to  maintain its monopoly by enrolling all  who wish to work in its trade, and  submitting them to its rules, but theie  will always be bidders for places outside of its membership.  Neither money trust nor labor trust  can compete unless founded upon  control of some natural or legal monopoly of men. and the labor unions  have not enough influence in congress  to secure legislation which would give  them a legal monopoly.  Instead of striving after lhe unattainable, the labor oiganizations would  better turn their attention to constructive politics and work for the  "Hestrucfciori-"o fill Hirlificial���������monopolies-  founded upon legislation and the  transfer to public ownership of all  natural monopolies. Then they could  meet employers upon a more nearly  equal footing.  WARNING TO THE PUBLIC  ���������Printers  ���������of      -  ��������� I-"ine  ���������OlTice'".  ���������Stationery.  Including-  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENSS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  GROCERIES,  PROVISIONS, Etc.  srssSm^^TLB (s^Sqj^ <%������������������&$& art  Notice  to   Preemptors   of|  Crcwn Lands.  REVELSTOKE  Stem  Laundry Co.'y.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET. ���������-  The attention of I'ro-emptors oi Crown Lands  is-hereby called to an amendment to the '���������Lund  Act," passed ill the last mimiuii of the Legi**.-  hiture, which provides as follows, viz:  "!). Prc-emptors of Crown Lands, whether  in arrears in payment of instalment!, of  purchase monev or not, who al lhe time of  coinlnic into force of this Act have obtained  Certificates of Improvement, or who shall have  obtained Certillcates of Improvement within  twelve inontli!. thereafter, shall on conforming  with the provisions <if the '-i.ii.iii1 Act," except  ns herebv altered, be entitled to obtain Crown  grants of their pre-emption claims upon com-  Tiletin!. pavments of purchase money at the  rate of seventy-live cents per acre, and Crown  Grant fees, which payments may be made as  follows:  " Twenty-live cents per acre on before the  31st day of December, l'JOl;  ���������' Twenty-five cents per acre on or before the  30th dav oi Juno, I'Mi;  " and the remaining���������  " Twenty-five cents per acre on or beforo the  31st dav of December,-1902, and without any  further payment of interest."  W. S. GORKI .  Deputv of i    nds and Works.  Lands and Works, Ue'part    ent,  Victoria, B.C., 1st June    1901.     '  Notice to Co-Owners.  TO RICHARD MC������1 A KM III.  Under Mineral Act 1897 and amendments  thereto, notice is hereby irlvcu lhat we, I.ouis-e  I.ooullne Graham and" l.us Lund, have performed all the assesMiu'nt work on the "Golden  Kagle" mineral claim, situated ou the divide  between French nnd McCullock Creek**, at the  head- of Ground Hog Ilasin in the Big Bend  District of West Kootenav, located llith September, ISM and recorded '21 September, 1S9S  and that Klchnrd Mcldarmid the recorded  owner of one-quarter interest in said mineral  claim has neglected to do his share of the  work or to pay for same for the war* IMS,1S99.  l'JOO and 1P01. Notice is hereby given to the  snid Piehnrd McIMarmid thai unices said  charges nre paid within ninety days of the  lirst publication of this notice wcshall proceed  to record snid delinquent intcrc-t a*, provided  bv section 11 of tho "itinera! Act Amendment  Act. 1000."  Dated at Revelstoke. !.. C. litli August, 1S01.  j I.. I.. GuaiiaM,  Co-own ers  I Gcs I.u.vn.  I hsive been informed tlmt llie  Smelter Co. hnve offered to sell the  hind fliii'iied by them norlh of tlio C.  P. St. truck, within my feme.  Dr. Citnipbell informed nm in .fnlv  ISOOlhiit his Co. hml no bind north of  the C. P. It.. I took it  ,-t.s   government  1TOTICE.  Notice that :*no month nfter date I intend to  apply to tlie Chief Commi*.*doner of Land* and  Works for permission to purchase IW0 acre- of  land situate on the Xor.hea-t_Arni of Arrow  -i_akc7:iTi-lhcM-Wtr.ct-T-.f~Vr--Tt���������nnunninyr-P.rf^Tr  nnd described as follow*: Commencing at a  post planted on the north shore of the North-  enstArm of Upper A rrow Lake, iOchsfnssouth-  west of tbe mouth of Big Creek nrxtl marked  "l-"red Itoblnson's Southwest corner; thence  nortli 20 chains; thence cast H) chains; thence  south 20 chain*; thence wo**t following the  north shore of -aid Arrow Lake &*.' chain" to  the pointof commencement.  Dated lflth July,KOI.  uly 20-3 iuo. J'rcd. R  KRKD. BOIliySOX.  Jl'-M-Irp. (.'.!'.. Skene, Agent  Notice.  ������aj***S*  Government Distribution of Stumping  Powder  FAR ME IIS desirous of bclm? supplied with  Blasting Powder at cost price, lor clearing  land, can obtain blank forms of requisition  from the Secretaries ol lhe Farmers Institutes  as follows :  Ilenrr Hills, See'y, Alberni Farmers'  Institute, Alberni.  .1. A. Ilalliday, Sec'y, Comox Farmers'  Insiiiule, Sandwich.  John Stewart. See'y, Nanaimn-ccdnr Farmers Institute, Stark's Uru.-i-.ini;. Nanaimo.  ll.de M- Mellin. Sec'y. Cowicliun Farmers'  Insltute, Somcno**.  J II. Smart, Hec'y, Melchoslu Farmers'  Institute. Meteho-ln.  C* E. King, See'v Victoria Farmers' Institute,  Cedar Hill.  K. Walter, Sec'y, Islands Farmers Institute,  Ganges Harbor.  K. A. Brown, Sec'y, Delta FarnicrV Institute,  Lad ner.  II. Bo**c. Sec'y, Surrey 1-armcrs' Institute,  Surrey Centre. *>  A.H.I'. Mnthew, Sec'y Langley Farmers'  Institute, Langley.  Alex. Philip, Sec'y, Richmond Farmers'  Institute, Vancouver.  A. M, Vorehere, See'y, Mission Farmers'  Institute, Mission City.  G. iV. Chadsev, Sec'y Chilliwack Farmers'  -In-U'.tt-.tc.GhiUiv.'ack.^i--��������� =���������^-**-= -���������-���������  Wm.  Green, Sec'y, Kent Farmers'Institute,  AgftfcflZ.  J.M. Webster, Sec'y Maple P.idge Farmers'  Institute, Websters Corners.  John Ball, Sec'y, Matsqui Fanners' Institute, Abbotsford.  A. II. Crlehton, Sec'y' Osoyoos Farmers'  Insltute. Kelowna.  W.P. Horsley, :-ec.'y, Ppallumcheen 1'armors'  Intitule. Armstrong.  S.M. Mifiuire, Sec'y,Salmon Arm Fnrmcrs1  Institute, Salmon Arm. ���������;  j. K..-mlili,Sec'y Kamloops Farmers' Insti  tute, Kamloops.  Il.Tcrcj* Hodges. Sec'y, Oliaiiagan Farmers'  In-tltiilc Vernon.  J. K. ANDERSON,   -  Deputy Minister of Agriculture,  D������*partHii*ntiir Agriculture,  Vlct'.rin. fl. ti.. :i������y8, l'JOl.  bind,  i dr-iitied. tleiirud, t'enc-ed. Heeded  und pbitited it in fruit trees; I nlso hnve  a Rood root house on tho bind, ;irwl I  intend to hold the snid bind. I nm  advised by n I'e.ipnnsiubh* solicitor to  ii-tk the Dominion Government* for my  deed of said bind, after ten years peaceable posession. Therefore f warn nil  parties lo keep oil" this land and save  lawsuits and trouble.  I still reni'iin yours very truly,  Koiit. Tapping,  A Pioneer Gardener.  Holmes Has a Word to Say.  o  Mr. A. XV. Holmes, vice-president  and organizer for the International  Association of Machinists, afier an  extended tour through "Sew York  State, told the Telegram since the  convention of lhat body wan held in  Toronto, that tlie order is making  good progress with their employers in  thc^nine-hoiir law and wages. "Wlii.t  about the Buffalo machinists who aie  talking about forming a new union?"  Mr. Holmes was asked, and he replied,  "I don't think the men who are finding  fault with the Internationai ollieers  will injure any one but themselves.  The Canadian members of the Order  are perfectly satisfied with the present  condition of affairs, and will remain  loyal to the cause."  NOTICI*: I' I .-.rcl.y given tlmt r.o days nff  \s ��������� date I intend to apply to the Chk'f Commf*--1  slonci* of Lands and Works fur pcrmivwlon  toi   purchase the followlnu d<*scrll*cd land; corn-!  inenclns  al   Southwest  corner   of  I..it_ xtt:,, l  niiy,"lhc-.ce li-Tlf Hmt'h: fisl! tlicnce om-.-lS'liVh j CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  of a mile -oulh, thence half >i mile west, tli'Mice i  nne-.-lirlitli of a mile north to place of com-}  ��������� iiRiiri'iiicni, nnd cnutnlniiiK Hi ner"*.. |  #_W-I..i������.|it'-d iii-1 .luu-, l'������.l. !  ].vil*2m-w f.ni'.y IIKNIIKNICK.  I  NOTICE  NOTICE lihcPiby -.Ivcu tlmtiil  the  *.*< pil  lion of thirty days f shall apply to the Honor*  able the Chief Commission.>r of Lands and  Works for permission to ptirchn*"' Pio acres of  land in the District of Wi-h Kootenay ������l<*-  scrliird as follows; Commencing at a post  planted about two chains in a north wcst.-rlv  direction from the point where Fish Creek'  trull crosses Menhlnnlck Creek and marked.  ���������'.J. P.. McKenxie's north west e*.rner." thence  south HI chains, thence ca"t 10 chains, thence  north III chains, thence west 10 chains to thc  point of commencement.  Dated this Gtb July IMI.  J. IS. McKKNZIF..  JulySi I m.  WHEEL. FOR 8ALE  On .sale one new tfiii Columbia chain bicycle.  Will take 1*1 dollars/or It.  Apply Hkiiai.d Office.  FCR SALE.  Choice residential properly on Mackenzie  Avnne. Three Lois iinxt to Dr. McLean's  residence.   Apply to J.M. S'.orr.  For Sale Or Rent.  _.    i rooinc  to J. Kernaghan  A seven roomed house for sale or rent. Apply  July il ll  TO   RENT  Furnished Kootnn to Ict.' Apply to It, Tapping. JulyHliuo.  NOTICK.  Ti-viultvi-ll MlniiiK claim, situate In tin:  I.Brd"*aii Mlnlnic Division of West Kootenay  district.  Where located: On Lexington Mountain  near Iv.ol Ciecv bridge."  Take Notice that I. ������. C. CJrcen, of Nelson.  ar'.iiiK h������ nip'tii for tin.* "Imperial Development Syndicate. Limited." I'ree llinvr'n  Certi drain No. }!;'2.l'll.f!ii(*iid, sixty* davs from  the dat" ln'reof, to apply to tlie Minim*  Uecorder for a '..'ertiflcai-**- of Improvements  for ui" |.uri.o������>>of obtaining a Crown (.rant of  the above claim.  And further tnkcnotlce that action, under  .***ecUon   '.'ii, must   be   commenced  Inttito the  issuance of .such Certilicate of Improvement!.  Dat.'d till" twentieth day of Juno, 1'jOI.  f.C.CKEKN.  I'. L. 3  FOR SALE.  Aliout .''/) head of cattle. 15 pigH.  horses, harncHM, wagon, aleigh, htlggy.  two mowers, rake, plow and harness),  cream ."Kpurator, churn, butter  worker, tools, etc.  To he sold all together, mid, if desired, with it lease of the place and thc  privilege, of buying with immediate  possession if necessary,  F. W. COLLIN,  jy-27-liii Enderby B. C,  A Challenge  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke to give substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  In, exchange wc offer to  give logood reasons why  .Chinese laundries should {?  not be patronized.  T *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  K-  K-  i.oo per day.  Good accommodation.    A g-ood Bar, well supplied with  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  Brown & Q-uerin : Props.  fr  fr  ���������?���������  ���������j***  **>  fr  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors.  ,j..-[..j..������,j..f.^.f.-f.fr.fr.f..I..7..{..'fr.|.,f.������.p.j.^  y^^^^<^^^<^^<"*#*tf"<^*^*������*<:<-<^r***������  JF. McLeod  Confectioner and Grocer  i Fresh Eggs  Butter  Vegetables  always ou hand. '  Ice Cream |  Home Made Candies f  a specialty. A  rj^^c������^<^^*^^^-*������^<^^*������������r*^^**^**������  A GOOD  NAME....  Is better than riches   Wc have the name of making*  the only Ktyllsh Suits in Town ���������  ���������for   durability  and   quality  they also excel.  .TRY ONE  R.S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  SPRING and SUMMER |.v  ���������M  Millinery  m  The Latest and Most  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  '������?g Madison   Millinery   Parlors,  gg  %& ��������� w.  jgg Misses Shepard & Bell ��������� gg  McKcn/.le Avenue      o.V.M      P;?J  ������������������ ���������ssv  Jas. I. "Woodrow  BUTCHER  Iletnil Dealer in���������  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc,  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly nilcd.  C0TiW������������. REYBfcgaOKB, B.ff.  WHOLESALE *  Wine and  Liquor  Merchant  CANADIAN  ���������AND:  "Soo Line"  IMPERIAL  LIMITED  Starting June 10th,  will make the run from Coast*to:  Coast in  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop.  l'rotnpt delivery of parcel", Imn^ane, elc.  to any pari of Ihe city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All orders left at II. M. Smythe's ,Tobacco  Store, or by Telephone No.7 willreeelve prompt  attention.  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished with the  Choicest the Market  affords.  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, .CIGARS  Large, Light bedrooms. ,  Rates' $l a day.  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop  Cheap Rates  Now in Effect to the     ���������  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  T. \V. Bradshaw,  A went  llevelsioke.  J, E. Coyle.  .   ABslst. Gen.  I'MjciiBcr Agent  Vancouver.  A. N. SMITH  BAK������R, CONFECTIONER,'  ���������  and caterer Etc.  CHOICE GROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  P. O. Box  \J.ox Revelstoke, B.C.  1  l  f-Vt  ''������  1 nm  )U  .' i  ���������'���������7  ���������^aQ_Ha_s52HHa_tsE3c_si;  3tf*3W'*wy'W*w&wi>������^^  ���������g^^dim'^TBaB**--*--^  I    <  .  Takes a place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province. Its mining", telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources and presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  paper of such an important Railway Centre, its  attention has always 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  Golumbia and Alberta will find the news of the  Great Railway System to which they belong, and  of personal and the happenings affecting themselves and their fellow employes. THE HERALD  has long enjoyed the largest, circulation of any  paper published in the district, which is now  rapidly increasing among the Railway Men East,  West and South. It is hardly necessary to point  out to any shrewd businessman the advantage's  which it thus offers as an advertising medium  throughout the entire field which it covers.  $1.25. 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 oSice supplies  than any other Printing Establishment in Eastern British Golumbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries.  Is equipped with the latest faces in type designs  and all work entrusted to THE HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of the material at their  disposal. THE HERALD does notjslaim to be the  only printing~hoti.se iii the district* but it does  claim to be  And in a position to give as good value for the  money expended, either for advertising space in  its publication or for Job Printing, as can be given  by any other house of the kind in British Golumbia. Write for Samples ot Printing. All work  turned out promptly. One price to all. No job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail.  Printed and Published by  The Revelstoke Herald Pub. 00.  LIMITED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  JM SOCTT  LEGAL  A., I.1..I1.  Iin.rri-.ter,      Solicitor,    Notary    Public,  Mciveu/.ie Avenue, ItcvU'-.tol.o Sliitinii.  Money to loan.  IHc  tlAUVEV, M'CAIiTEt it PINKHAM  llarrlstcrs Solicitors. i:tc.  Solicitors for Imperial Hank of Canada.  Coinpanv funds lo loan utb per cent.  I'litsi* S'lUKi:r. Revelsloke bullion, li. <;.  MEDICAL.  Certificate of   Improvements  T    W.CKOSS,  Ollice:     Mackenzie Avenue,  Itcvelstokc, II.C  KU Itli 1.0K TO Till: XL; V. it,  Health Ollicer, Citv ol Itevclstoke.  CHURCHES  M1-.T1101IIST l-llUliCll,  KKVKI.SIOKK.  PreachiiiK service*! nt 11 a. in. and ":.������) p. in  Class mceiini,' at llie close ot tin: lnorninu  -ervice. .Sabbath School aiKlIJible Class ai.l'.lu  Weekly I'raver Mooting every Wedne'-da*.  eveuini; at 7:*',0. The public arc cordially  Invited.   Seats free.  Uev. C. TjADNKK, l'astor.  ST.  I'CTI.'ltS CIIUI'lll, ANGI.IC.IN.  -Right a.m., Holy Kucharist; il a.m., matins,  .itanv and iierinoii (llolv I'.uchurist llrsi Sun-  luv  Iii ihe monlh); -:.!o   Sunday   school, or  children's service; 7:"(l i:\eniong (choral) and  -.criiiuu.   Holy Dajs���������The Holy   ..iicluirisi i.-  celebratedai 7 a.m. or .S a.m., as announced,  llolv IhipllMii alter KunditvSchool ui.!:13.  <:. .\. imioci.nii.]'., Hector.  .���������HK-WYriiKlAX   I'llL'IICII.  Service every Snnclav at 11 a.m. and 7:3(1 p.m.  to *,*, blch all are ������ elcomc.     Prayer meeting at  I S p. in. every Wednesday.  m:v. iv. c. Cai.dkk, Pastor.  noua.v catholic ciit'iiuii.  Mass   at 10:"',) a. in,  ou   llr.sl,   second  and  .ourlh Sundm!* in llie month.  KKV.   PATMKIl   THAYKll.  SALVATION   ARMV.  Meeting every niglil in their Hall on  Front  'trcct.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every Wednesdny in  Oddfellows' Hall at S o'clock  Visiting Knights invitcil.  L. H. Buck. C. C.    :    :    :    :   :    :  :   : F. li. Lewis, K. of R. & ������.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE No. 1658.  Regular meetings are held in th*.  Oddfellow's Hall on the Third I'ri*  dav of each mouth, at 8 11.111. sharp.  Visiting brethren cordially invited  THOS. STEED, W.M.  \V. G. BIRNEY. Ilec.-Seo.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  loyal School of Mines, London.    Seven yeari  it *Morfa  Works,   Swansea.   '17   years  Chiel  ;liemist  to Wigan Coal and  Iron Co.,  Eng.  .ate t'heinist and Assaycr, Hull Mines, i.ld.  Claims examined and reported upon.  Ferguson. B.C  EDWARD A. HAGGEN,  Mixing Exgixeeti, ,  Member American Institute Mining Engineer-  Member Canadian ..lining Institute.  KEVELSTOKE. B.C.  examination of and reports on Mineral properties n specialty.  Red Rose Degree meets second and fonrl  Tuesdays of each month; White Itose Hepri  neets Ihird Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfe1  iows Hull.  Visiting brethren welcome  .V.M. WATSON, liy. .EDWARDS,  President. Secretary.  H.  EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Clcnncd and Pc.-aired.  JUST EAST OF  PUESI1YTEUIAK  'JIIURCIl  Third Slreet.  "4;  NOTICK  "Dora,'- "I'lielni.t" Miifl "Clara"  ininei'al clniins situate in the* Lai dean  Wining Divisiim of West Knot-nay  Ui-trict,.  Where located: Along Pool Creek  ilimit, ', mill* aliove bridge.  TAK'F, NOTICI*: that I, I". C. Green,  il' Nelson, acting as agent, I'm* 13. E.  drove, Ft'L'i* Miner's Certificate Nn. B.  "i()072, intend, sixly days Ironi the date  nereot' lo apply to the Mining Uecord-  ���������i* for ceil ifiintes i,f improvements, for  .he purpose of obtaining Crown  .���������ranis ol the above il.iims.  And 1'iii'llicr take notice that action,  mder section .'tt. must he coininenced  nefore the issuance of such cei tificate.-  of improvements.  Dated this. 1st day of June 1001.  F. C.  GllEEX.       '   '    ^r,i~A  Aims and  Objects of the Third  Party in Canadian Politics.  1.���������Direct Legislation.  national  2.���������Puhlic ownership  monopolies.  3.���������Abolition of the  nnd the   adininistrafion  of  .spoil.- system  of  the   civil  bv  iin     independent,     com-  :ertificate of Improvements  NOTICE  (Frac-  ��������� 11 the  West  ������������������Cliolln" "Tuscon" and L. V.  liomil Alincr.'il Claims situate,  I.nide.-ni Mining Division of  Kootenay District,  Where located : On Lexington  Mountain South West of ICva mine.  Take notic* that I. F. C. Creeu, of  Nelson, acting; as agent for Andrew F.  Llo.-en burger, F. M. C. li. f>028l and  the Imperial Development .Syndicate.  Limited, Fiee .Miner'**. Cortilicale No.  13, 22DHi, inlend, sixty days from the  date hereoi, in apply 10" the Mining  Recorder lor certificates of improve-  nieiils, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown grants ofthe ahove claims.  And furl her take notice that action,  under section '.11, must he coininenced  liefore the issuance of such certificate*?  of improvements.  D.ited this first day of June 1901.  F. C. Cheek.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Joker" Mineral Ciaini, situate in  the Laideiiu Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.  Where located : On Lexington  Mountain adjoining Eva group on  Wesi.  Take notice that T, F. C. Green, ol  Nelson, acting as agent for the Iniper  ial Development (Syndicate Limited.  Fiee Miner's Certilicate No. B, 32010  intend, sixty days from thc date here  of, to apply to Ihe Mining Itecordei  ior a cei'tifiiale of improvements, foi  he purpose of obtaining a Crown  {rant of the above claini.  And further take notice that action,  oiider section 37. must be commenced  ���������icfcire the issuance of such certificate  if improvements. y  Dated this first day of June. 1001.' '  F. C. Grhkx.  lertificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  i vision o������ West K  Where   located:  Inspection ,    of      Metalliferou*  Mines  INSPECTORS' DISTRICTS.  TH'.*: Inspectors of Met'illiferou*- mines an  leruby assigned the following us their respei  ive Inspection Districts with headquarters a  loted. s iii'li ass-iuument to take place Iron  nine l.'Uh.lOUl, mull further notice.  vHUHIllAI.I) DICK, Inspector.  Headquarters,    Cranbrook.    ollice   o  Deputy Mining Recorder.  Inspection  !>i*,ii*ici chilli    comprise   all   0  ICasl ICootenay and   also   tiout  Itiver nilntn*  Ui vision of West Kootenav.  In  addition  to  the duties  of   Inspector 0  Mcialllfcr'-.us mines, Mr. Dick will also net u  Inspector    of    Coal   Mines  within the sum.  Ilslrlct.  IAMKK McGUECOIt, Inspector.  Headquarter*., Ollice of Minlii*  Recorder, Nelson.  Inspection Dislricl shall comprise nil o  A'o-l Kootenav except (loat Itivi'j Mlnln,  .livlslou aiul also Ihe Orand I-'ork** and Kelt)  ilver MIniiiK Divisions of Yah; DHlrlcl.  I'llU-MAH MO I tii AN, inspector.  Headquarters, (.iovcriimctillliilldliig**  Niinniuio. o  Inspecilon District.  Vancouver, Island an.  Coast District.  Mr. .Morgan is also Inspector of Coal Mine,  for this District.  '-.Notice is hereby given of such limiurtloi  HMrlcls and thai lu accordance wilh lh.  Inspection of Metalliferous .Mines Act, IS!)",1  mil Amending Acts, notice of accidents t<  .'inploycs happening within any t.f such Di*  rlels musi be promptly reported both to tin  nspcclor of such District and also lo llu  Minister of Mines, Victoria.  in mines not included in the above District!*  .unuiigcrs will report, ludupllcatc, lo llu  Minister of Mines direct, who. If he consider*  ,t, necessary, will assign au Inspector tt  ���������ipeelally report.  Blank lormsupon wliich to make reports 0:  such   accidents   may   be  obtained   from  tht  Inspector of  lhe   District, Irom   the   Mining  Recorder, or upon application to this ofllee.  RICHARD McUIUDE.  Minister of Mines.  Dermrtment. of Mines,  0111 June, l'JOl.  'Imperial"   and   "Balfour",   mineral  l.iiius, situate in the Lardeau minini*  Kootenay district.  On     Lexington  ���������lOimtain, south of the Eva mine.'  Take notice thnt T, F. C. Green of  ���������felson.'nct'mg as agent for J. J.ToIev.  ���������'. M. C. 13. 32030, Corv Menhen-.k, F.  I. C, Si. 32.021 and'John Bri-nnand.  ���������'ree Miners Certificate No! Si. 32037,  ntend (50 days fiom the dnte hereof, to  pply _ to the. Mining Keeorder foi  Jertifi'.-nte of Improvenieiils,   for the  ��������� urpose of olitiiiiiing Crown Grants of  lie ahove claims.  And further  take notice thataclion.  ��������� iider section 37, must he commenced  ���������ofore the issuance of such certificate  f improvements.  ��������� Dated this Sth d iy of June,  110!).  F. O. GREEN.   .  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Blue Jay" Mineral Claim, sit uate'in  he Lardeau mining division of West  Cootenay district.  Where located: . On Lexington  lount.ain one-third of a mile south of  lie Eva mine.  Take notice that I. F. C. Green of  ���������Jelson, acting as-agent for Dun 11c-  ntosh. Free Miner's Certificate No. B.  .2010, intend 00 days from the date  lereof. to apply to the Mining  itecordui*ft>r a Cerlificale of Tinprnve-  uents, for the purpose of obtaining a  ���������^-irown gr;int-iol-ihe-alio*.e i-i-tim:������������������--  And fnrthertake notice that nction,  uider section 37, must he commenced  ii'fore thc issuance of such certificate  f improvements.  DaU-d this.lbt. day of June. 1001.  F. C. Gkkkn.  JERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  service  mission.  That is the platform adopted last  week liy the convention in Winnipeg,  attended largely by Manitoba fanners  and others. There was enthusiasm at  a public meeting and harmony at the  convention.  A motion 10 add "Prohibition" to  the platform was defeated, as the  delegates understood that Prohibition  and all other reforms can be got  thiough Direct Legislation.  It was proposed to call the organization "Socialist," but a motion naming  it "The Political Reform Tnion-' prevailed.  ytirring addresses were made by A.  W. Puttee. Ji. P.: R. L.* Kichard.soti.  JI. P.: A. J. Andrew.**, John Thompson. .1. (iraliam. T. X\T. Kiimvli-n. Fi*c<1  Kirkham, K. A. Van Blaricomb, and  J. Ij. Solmundson.  The oflicers elected were : President, J.H. Haslam; Vice-Presidents,  W. Compton and U. L. Kichardson:  Executive, George Freeman, Elkhorn;  J. "\\". Scallion. Virden; 11. A. Van  Blaricomb, Arden; "\V. A. Robinson,  Klva: Alex. JlcCurdy, JIanda; T. W.  Knowles, Emerson: AV. II. Bewell,  Rosser: XVm. Scott. A. Macdonald. A  J. Andrews. A. XX'. Puttee, M. P.,  Winnipeg; John Graham, Roland; N.  G. Saunderson, Holland; Bobei-t  Fisher, Springfield; E. Olafson, Winnipeg; A. S. Christianson, Gitnli; Aral  Sveinson, Glenboro; A. Sutherland,  Rockwood: Thomas Usher. Lintraten;  T. D. Robinson, AVinnipeg: R. JI. Wilson, Jlarringhurst: D. JIcQuaig, Portage la Prairie: S. Rhorasson, "Winnipeg: Jas. JI. Hackney. Jlorris: Ambrose Wilson, W. Rogers, Carberry.  President Haslam took the chairand  in tin inspiring address reviewed the  trend of events industrially and politically. In bis new position he prom- -  issd to enter into the work, with  renewed zeal.  A series "of resolutions were put  through and tho convention adjourned. - The Executive Committee mc6  and elected J. R. Hauey secretary and  R. West, treasurer. It was decided to  endeavor to procure the services of W.  AV. Buchanan as organizer.  The" following resolutions were  adopted by the convention :  That the'railway subsidy system as _  practised by both of the old parties is,  to borrow the language of the campaign literature circulated by the Lib- ���������-  erals at the general election in 1S9G,  when they- triumphed. _"a fruitful,  source of. jobbery,'"speculation, and  corruption." -Froin these subsidies  and from the privileges granted along  with them come_most of the election  funds, which are shared by ' both  parties, and which are used to carry  011 the vicious election machinery, to  bribe and debauch the people, degrade  public life, and to strike at the root of  our national liberties. {In the opinion  this   convention   an   early period  of  NOTICE.  Certificate of Improvements  "Thelma'' (fractional) and "Canon"  Traction'i!) mineral cluiin^. siluate in  he f.iirdc.-iii mining division of West  Cootenay district.  Where locnled: [On Pool creek  djoiuing the Thelma and Dora min-  ��������� ih I clniins.  1'aki! noi ire lint 1, F. C. Green nf  .Velson, ucl.ing ah auent. for the Iniper*  id Development Syndicate. Limited.  I'-rei* Jliner's CCitific.ite No. li, 3>l)!0,  .ntend 00 days from the date heieof. to  ipply to the Mining Recorder loi  .���������enilicate of improvements, for the  iiurpesi! of obtaining Ciown giants of  In* above clniins.  Arid fun her take notice that action,  under section 37, must be comm-mred  ��������� iiil'iiif the issuance of such certificates  .if improvements.  Dated this first dav o*" June, 1001.  F. C. Gickicv.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  3STOTIOE.  Ground  Hog Basin, on  "O.K." Mineral Claim, Mtunic lit the  RevcMoke Mining Division of West Kootennv  District:  Whore locnled:���������Tn  McCullougli Creek.  T\KE NOTICK tlint I, Charles K. I.indmnrk.  of Revelstoke,Free Miner's Certlfienie No. B,  tii'JM, inlend, hixty dnys from thc dule hereof,  to apply to the Mining Uecorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  Scc'.ion 37. must be commenced before the  Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 8tli day ot August,A.D., 1901.  Augl72m CHAS. F. LIXOMARK.  Rossland mineral claim, situated in  'he Dtirdeau Mining Division of West  ICootenay District. ^  Where located: On Lexington Mountain South of the Eva mine.  TAKK NOTICE that I, F.C. Green.  of Ni'laun. acting as azent for Cor*.  Menhenick F. M. C. B. 32 021 and J. J  Koley Free Miner's Ceitificate No. IS.  '.fi.lXU'i. intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, lo apply tothe Mining Recoidei  for a certificate of improvements, foi  the purpose of obtaining a Crown  grant of the above claini.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, inii'-t  be commenced  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  D ited this 8th day of June 1901.  F. C. Green.  should be put' to- all subsidies^ sub-7  ventions, bonuses, etc.. and there-  sources of the country used for the  direct benefit of the people, and not of  the exploiters. That no further grant  of the residue of the public domain,  which has been jjeriodically squandered by the old parties, be henceforth  voted to corporations and exploiters.  -That whereas the political liberties _���������  of the people are threatened by the  means employed by exploiters and  their allies to secure control of government,-their industrial freedom by-  privileges granted to special interests  and their personal freedom by legalized robberies which compel them to  labor for exploiters.  And whereas the government  of  a  people of mercenary interests for mercenary ends, through corrupt means, is  destructive of  all real national   great-   .  ness, honor, civilization or wclfaie.  _ We do. therefore, call upon  our fel- _  low-Jc^itTjTii^rrtreiiiulat^llTe^'eSrrd'^^^  of lheir forefathers and to defend and  advance   their   liberties   with lhe like  eneigy.  fearlessness and indomitable  determination.  ' That whereas the result of good or  iiutl legislation and good or lind ndmin-  i.-tralion of our public nlf.iii-. enter  into every home aud aflvii every life,  irrespective of party proclivities,  therefore it is the duty of ovei y m*iu  .-eriously to consider the clfect of his,  political action or inaction upon the  common welfare.endcavoring ������*mcerely  and without reserve to set aside prepossessions, prejudices and personal  inclinations, io view alLiii.-, .i������ they nre  iu reality and truth and lo bear him-  it*lf as a true man in l^s conduct as a  iiii'inliei'oF the Stale.  That,whereas the effect of brilicry,  whether direct or indirect, whether of  -ingle individuals or of eon*-titiiencie.-.,  i.s to demoralize pei-sonal character, to  destioy personal integrity, to debase  individual manhood; and' whereas such  practites are extctiMvciy promoted by  corrupt politicians to enable them to  administer the afVairs of the people in  the interest of explniter**.; wi* do therefore urge all elector**, to repudiate, as  intelligent and .,cll'-re*_.peeiing men,  any invitation to become p.irtners ,in  treason. \  That wc denounce as a public danger  und evil the enslavement not only of .  party organizations by machine dictators, but also of the public pi ess by-  exploiters who have employed a portion of the loot taken from the people  to become the ownei-s of the greater  number of the leading journals of the  country, with a vie .v to controlling  the sources of information open to the  people and of misleading misinforming aud duping the minds of the  electors.  That the civil service be removed  from the direct contral of the Government, and he placed under a board of  commissioners or supervisors, a system  of promotion for efflciencv, based upon  competitive examinations, to l*e inaugurated in order that an incentive to  earnest and faithful services may be  created.  That   thc  electoral   machinery    be  placed in the hands of the courts or of .  court officials, in order that fair  play-  to all candidates may be assured.  That the redistribution of seats be  placed in the hands of a judicial body  composed, say, of the chief justices 6i  the various provinces, S$&!&������ZiZb6}ittiSi������^^?.  *^^.M**'*-^J*-.**r*%W-t*-*--^^  t  fr  fr  .2.  fr  fr  fr  fr  t  SCHOOL  BOO  ALL THE NEW  EDITIONS   AT..  Canada Drug & Book Co  REVELSTOKE.  fleas A% fa^yi^-*^/&ty& ^^-^^^-^  4* *���������* ���������W-H-H* ���������*"* *+ fr*************?  Notes of News,  ���������fu   limx/ey yidjlv^'07i������ity-  *   AA- AA ���������~~^~  Come and  sec  our Beautiful display of  S PHI NG   M ERCII AND IS Ii.  Fast,   Victory   Assured  Krnc*-l    Adair    left,    on     Tliur.-day  morning for Bruce, Ont.  ���������Slates, Scribblers and copy books  at C.'i'.iad.'t Drug it Book Co.  .1. A. Magei'i* of Comaplix ������'ii< in  town ye-terduy.  Mayor lirown ivtiirnetl on Kriilay  morning fnun the coast.  Mi-��������� Hobin-on lias returned to town  from her holiday visit, to the prairie.  3. Kernaghan returned from a vi-it  to Sandon on Thmxlay evening.  ���������All Summer Dlousc*** at less iban  i*o.������t.   AiHoidfc Young's.  Rev. J. Liidner came back yi-Mrrilay  morning from attending a di-lricl  meet ing at Vernon.  Miss I.. McLean of Kamloops is in  lown on a vi_-.it to her sister 'Mrs. .Ino.  McLeod.  Mis-.es Shepard--fc I5i.ll left on Wednesday on a business trip to Arrowhead and Kobson.  A number of Edmonton and Stiath-  tona people have  taken advantage of  ���������   this  Stand  T. .1. Cl.AHA.M.  Kevelsioke, 1). I'*  Men remain U'lir ���������"  will win sure  I  themselves    we  lhe  l-'i-ei!.  on and oil'  the excursion rates to the coast  week.  Mrs. M. K. Lawson left on Wednesday morning for St. Thomas. Out., to  visit her mother, who is in failing-  health.  There is a big fire raging in the  Eagle Pass which is working this way  and is reported at Three Valley Lake  this morning.  C. J. Rumens and II. P. Smith came  down from the Standard on Thursday  with a sample shipment of ore for the  Granby smelter.  J. Kernaghan is calling for men to  go up to Albert Canyon lo work on  shipping the WaveHey Co's machinery.  R. Tupping, has a. great crop of  cm-rants and gooseberries this, year  and will have ripe corn by the beginning of the week.  ���������Japanese table napkins 35 els. pet-  hundred kept at Canada Drug & Uook  Co.  ���������Services tomorrow, eleventh Sunday after Trinity, will be as usual, al,  Sand ll.l. m.\iTKl 7.30 p. m. Uev. C.  A. Procunier officiating.  .1. H. Scott M. E of London. Eng..  Dr. E. Maner, I. T. Brewster. .). M.  Scott and H. A. Brown returned on  "Wednesday evening from the Uig  Bend.  " A. Sullivan, principal of thc public  school, is on the list of teachers holding first class, grade B.. certificates,  which have been converted into first-  class certificates, valid for life.  J. 31. "Doyle of P. Bums & Co.. Mr.  aud Mrs. H. A. Brown. Mr. and Mrs.  Didisheim left for the. Lardeau on  yesterday's train.  ���������Wanted���������13. men on the Albert  Canyon wagon road. Apply to "V\ .  Fleming or J. Kernaghan.  A fore-t lire is raging in the C'o-  .luuibia valley _.at_. Wigwam   ami   the  John T. Wilson.  H.I*' Perry of Camborne has been  in town I'or the past three dnys.  Thc wires are down tbis morning  we.-l of Siciimons owing to bush lire-*  ���������uni we. are shott of our usual telegraphic di'spnlchcsin coiiMM|iience.  Tin* milljiantls and    men   employed  by  the corporal ion have been lighting  lire   tin   the Hats .-.onlh ol'  l!oliiii*oii Lumber Co'.** mi  all wek.  The Calgary Herald speaking of Mr.  and Mrs. I).'I'. Forbes, who are now  Miniincring at. I la nil", snys that, it is  rumored tbey will return l.o Calgary in  Lhe near future lo reside permanently.  ��������� Ladies' Navy, nine and White  Silkaliue Costume*:. Ilegular pr.u*  $7.,-)l)���������nl tf.i.T>l).    Uriel & Young.  The 11 ki.ai.h stall' beg to lender to  Frank Urtiwu their hearty thanks for  a treat of ice cream and cake .just  about l he most sizzling period of  Thursday afternoon.  Owing to n rcgretable error ���������'.  lsernagh.-m's name was substituted in  sonic inexplicable manner I'or.I.M.  Taggarfs in the account last issue ol'  the operation to the l.-iltcr'sknei-cap.  C. E.    Fripp,   war correspondent, of  ithe London Graphic   and   Mrs.  Eripp  were   in   town    yeslerday   and   went  south this morning.      -Mr.   Eripp   has,  purchased a ranch near Vernon.  ���������OnSalk. A quantity of Bicycle  Fittings below cost. We want to clear  out prior to opening up in our new  furniture busines.*. The very laiesl  CyehylineGas Bicycle Lamps I'or two  dollars,   .loiin E. Wood.  It was!)2'in the shade nn Wednesday  and Thursday afternoons at', the  Canada Drug & Book Co's. corner and  112' in the sun at, XV. M. Lawrence's  hardware store, being the record for  this summer. '  ���������Next week all the school children  will require new school books and I he  Canada Drug it Hook Co; have received, a large quantity of the very  latest editions.     Don't forget this.  A. Davies of Slrathcona. one of the  prominent merchants of that rising  town on the Saskatchewan, was in  town yeslerday on his way to Vancouver, lie is a relation nl' Mrs. T.  Lewis, wilh whom Mrs. Davies has  been visiting for the past couple of  weeks.  A lawn social under lhc auspices of  the Ladies Aid of the* Presbyterian  church will be held on Friday evening  Aug. 25rd. on tho lawn at the residence of Mr. ami Mrs. Urquhnrt. A  good programme will be given and  ice cream, lemonade and refreshments  will be served.  Fanev While Muslins, All-Over Laces, Valencium, Etc. Swiss and  Dainty Muslins. A most, beautiful display of those Fashionable  Goods' in various colors at, 13c., 17c, 20c, 23c., and 30c.  ���������  THE COMMERCIAL  CENTRE OF THE  a*"lj.   "*.-?��������������������������� *-x  vwui������  Mercerised Sateen Skirts iu endless colors���������all prices.  AVe sell thr  asked for  's   Gloves  Famous " PI5RRENS" Gloves.     Once worn always  COUNTKY  Boys' Blouse Suits  .lust   to   hand, the    llnest, shipment of   BOYS'   IJLOUSK  SUITS  These are Iho best, make in Canada and don't, rip anywhere.  Microscopical  Exactness  Is demanded in the Compounding o  Prescriptions; and our care and skill  ���������the results of experience and  training���������assure that degree of accuracy. And, in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh. Bring;  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS. DRUGSTORE  G. P. CURTIS,  TAYI.OK UI.OCK.        -      - McKenzie Ave  iBBIg  Wc have just, opened up a  large  range of  Beaiit.itul  .Sateen-Lined  All-"WiiofSi-rge and Wnrsterrd SuiLs and marked them a way down.  CALL'AN'D SHE US UEKOKR BUYING  ELSFWHFUF..  |     TAYLOR & GEORGE  h THE   AVI DE-AWAKE   BUSINESS   MEN,   MACKENZIE   AVE.  Business Lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $r5 and $100  sou?  AGENTJ  IENRY FLOYD  SV ELSTOKE  B. C.  Tr.'.Kl'IIONH No. 101.  J'. O.  HOT   7t.O  Tom Edwards and Chris Hansen  came in from a ti ip up Creeley creek  and round by Jsaac creek Thursday*  evening. Mr, IC I wards is sniveling'  from it severe blow under the right  car, received from a falling rock,  whicli had been loosened by lhe intense  heat of a bush fire and t'eil on him as  lie was resting further down the slide.  The blow knocked bim senseless and  bad it si ruck him a little further up nn  tbe temple would certainly have  proved fatal. They brought in to town  the biugesl c-iriboo head ever seen  here. Tbo animal was shot, on Isaac-  creek. The head is 'now at Harry  Edward's taxidermist shop.  The Prospectors' Exchange  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOOK, NELSON, B. C.  Gold, Silver Loud and Copper Mines wanted at the ������a|p-15xchiiii_;o.  'i Free-Milling Ooltl Properties ���������.runted ai one- for Eastern investors.  J Parties li'iving Illinois; property lor tale are requested to send samples of their ore|  ii to tlie J._xelinii!;e tor Exhibition.  i       All samples .should be sent l.y express Prepaid. Corrospondeuee solicited.  Artdre������s all i-oininuiiiriitlons to    ^^^  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,        Nelson, b.  Card of Thanks.  The members of the B. K. T. of A..  Division No. 1, Kevelstoke, wish to  tender llieir hearty thanks to the ladies  of Lodge Clacier, Ladies Auxiliary to  13.' 1"!. T. I'or the very substantial  assistance rendered to tbe finances of  the brotherhood by the proceeds of the  recent dance anil for the very practical  sympathy shewn by the ladies in  undertaking the work of getting up a  dance for this object.  Rich Shipment From Triune. .  Andrew Ferguson and .1. Lade  registered at tiio Kevelstoke on Wednesday evening. Mr. Ferguson is one  of the owners of the Triune ��������� and Mr.  Lade has the contract; for work on the  property. Mr. Ferguson has just  returned from Trail, -where he has  been looking after a shipment of two  cars of ore from the Triune, which  went close, on sjoOOO a, car. This is the  lirst shipment, of the season. It is  The   football   club   ure   holding    n ] calculated   to   ship a total of '200 tons  meeting   tonight   in    If.   M.  Smyth's I this year.    The erection of a tramw.i  store to make  arrangements   for   lhe j on the Triune is in contemplation.  Golden   match  on   Labor day.    Com-'  _   mence   .sharp'at   i>.    I'ractioo     every  This Space Reserved  for John E. Wood's  New Furniture Advt.  men1 at the Fred Robinson'-3c Co*  logging camp were fighting the fiames  all Thursday night.  Ham Donelly has complete.! the  grading on the canyon wagon road  and i> working on thc long trestle  work round the big sand >lidc ju-t  thi.-side of Kight Mile.  The Eagle announce- thai th'* proposed sports at Ferguson on Ijibor  Uay are off. as the boy- ar- all in the  hill- and too bu-y to _'ivc the affair  pf-oper attention.  --All Summer Goods at eo-t lo make  mom for fall goods coming in. At  Ileid Si Young's.  (..G. Shaw is on a vi-il to his nephew  C. E.Shaw, city clerk. Mr. Shaw i*-  retnrning to the old country from a  lour through Am-iral'ia. He wan at  one lime Director General of Military  Stores in India.  XV. Sergeant and a non-union  bridge crew, which ha* been doimrodd  ���������fobs' around on the divMo-i. were  despatched yesterday to iclmil.l tin*  trestlework burnt out near Ho-.cbt.rry  on the Nakusp 3c Slocan  work is 300 feet long am  The dept. of l-amls A: Works is  falling for tenders for thecon-tructio.!  of theVish River waggon road in mile  Motions. Tenders to be in the hands  Gold   Coimiii.-wioner   Fauquier   by  Monday  eveniflg  gi'omtdT  Wednesday     and     Friday  at  T.lo on   ihe   Gun   Club  A frai as between J. Bradley   and   .1.  Smith, rival tonsori.il arcists was  ven-  Chairman Jones of B. R. T.  Removed.  r0  Karlv last, week The Telegram   pub  li-h'.-d n circular issued by   the   track    ^  men   from   .Montreal,   in which a call \^U  tilated before the Cadi on'   Wednesday   ^a***   made    '      "       "' r'1 '"  afternoon.' As there was  some  doubt  LEWIS ' BROS.  IS insurance, financial and real estate agents  .   Represent, the following reliable .Companies. ....  ���������kril  as to the amount of provocation Smith  was let off   witli   five   and   co***ts.      A  I counter chaige wa-dismissed. I'.iad.ev  was represented by C. S. McC.trler.  ' T.   II.   Dunne   has   completed   and [  shipped to Vernon a   very   hand.-omi* ���������  drop scene, which hi- has been   paint-1-j',,  ing for .-ome time past for   the   diam  alio society there.     The view depicted j I" hi*, propo-'-d mi*.si,,n  ���������present,-a scene on Long   Lake   andJ , .,,.,*,.,���������.,��������� ,|,,|���������ls, it is suil<*i  to the chairman of l lie s *J^,  various brotherhoods to appear in '; r^  Montreal with the. object of an-ailg- \������%i  ing, if possible, some "������������������������������������.itlenient of tbe j .igj  trouble.  It ir- under.-'.riott that all the i-lmir-|  men. with the exception "f Mr. Al.  John***, of Winnipeg. ������������������Iiairniiiii of the  Uiiithi'i'hdod of Trainmen, oi������eyed the  summon-- The latter, it is stated, in-  stead of going ea.**t.   went,   west,    wilh  idea of aseiruiitiing the feeling   of j v-jj  , t he traitliiien .iluisn the line,  in    rugai il  !*.. t.:.   ,.,.,,,..._,..I i,i,^!,ui    to   .Montreal.  \m  ���������iyj  IS  The Provincial Building and Loan Association, of Toronto.  Th'* Canadian Birklieck Investment.and Security Co..Toronto.  The B.C. Permanent Loan and Savings Conipany.-of Vancouver.  The Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. FIRE.  'I*hc National Assurance Co., of Ireland. FIRE.  The Pbenix Insurance Co.. of Brooklyn. FIRE.  Tin- Phoenix Insurance Co.. of Hartford. FIRE.  The Queen  Insurance Co.. of America. FIRE.  Thc Imputable  Life Assurance Society. LIFE.  The Metropolitan Plate (Mas Insurance Co.  Agents for the Smelter Townsite.  Houses for Sale or Rent.  Wake Up  AND  SEE THE BARGAINS AT  GUY BARBER'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  . 184*4- Rodgers. Bros.;_Flat Ware. _.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING  Lftrpo nml Well Lighted  Sample Kooni-s   Heated bv Hot Air and Uleotrlc  Hells and Light in every room  Free Hits Meets All Trains  ItciiKOmil'lu Hates   P. O. Drawer-VS.  i- a verv i lever and   arti-tic   piece   of  K(,,ehing-..,,.nd������������������ early in  ...,*  wei-k. j ^-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^11^^^^!  | work. Mr. Dunne has an interior anil  an exterior with wing.-, to eorrespoiid  now in hand for thc .-ame *=o'*iely.  The ! rest]-  in two  tiers  ot  noon of the 27th inst. Ihe. government alvt. will be found in another  column of this issue*  Tlie lawn social to be given by the  Epworth JU-aguc at Mr. C. I''. Lind-  mark's residence grounds next .Mondav evening promises to be one of the  iK^t affairs of the kii.d given this  summer. Thc Bevelstoke Indepen-  dent band will be in attendance. 1 he  proceeds will go to the fimtl for.-,  public reading room and bath room,  which the League is shortly about to  set going in town, a worthy publ.e  object, which ought to meet with a  hearty response.  :.\NU.*  OTHER  NEW-BOOKS  SCHOOL   SUPPLIES  New  nnd   attractive   designs  in  SCRIBBLERS  Now on sale at  BEWS9   DRUG STORE  BROWN BLOCK.   TEL. 48.  Notice   to   Contractors.  U'.-iinmen in thai division in secret so-*-1  sion. and greatly displea.-ed them by j  his utterances, whicli weie rou-trued ���������  to I'.tyor the cause of the eompanv. ,\ ]  , menii"'!' of llu* Winnipeg lodge hap-���������  pencil to be pre-*ent, and prontpl ly'  reported the matter tn the local Order;  of Trainmen. In lhe meantime .Mi*.  Johns went ftiitb'-'i* west to .Moo-e-  ja vi\  Wednesday last. President. \\ iNon  wired to the Winnipeg trainmen lo ascertain why Chairman Johns had  not ;    obeyed the" summons   sent,   out.       'foi            ^^__������,   ���������.,pnM    nrvATv  v/as   informed    of   the   circumstances , FISH    CREEK   WAGON    ROAD  and was asked to secure   the   service-s j  of   the    chairman    of   tlie     Montreal;  '  division to represent. ( he (rainmc-n   ir. I -?Ki,v.vy sHp-r-crllyd  " Tm:.I������,  the wo::l.       U lien    .Mr. Johns reached j r,,rlj*l.,^:r,.^';vKiV,��������� ������.ii.l.- will !,-.' .- .-Ive!  Moose   Jaw   be found a message Irom ; i,.- [.-.<,  Ka>i'|ul'-r. K-.f|iilr*.j. tirnfriiiii'.-nr Airent  Iho Order of Trainmen awaitirg. bin.,   "J}^^ W^W^SS Z ~n-  "tracilnti mi.I i*n:npl������ti'>n, in one-mile i*m.iIi-iii������  .if.i wHt;nn rnel from lhc j������n' tion t,t tin: I-nr-  ili-nii roa'l, ������t Thornr*-*'.a'*- Lanillnit. to till  boiinrU.ryofili.. Cam I^irneTOB nit te, iiili������tHiic<-  f.f .llioiii,'.". mil.**., ^'^i feet.  Plan- nnd Sr.eeili'-ii tion-^-fiti !.<��������� ("-"n at tlit*  fioviTiim-'iit oillPftH at U<*v.*l<lolo*, <:oiria[,llx,  (inil Trom I.nki;, and fit lhc Hton' '>( Mr. Vtixvir  at Thompion'-i Landln:;. on and after the 16th  day of Aii.;i!*il, ltHjl.  TendiTJ nil! ri'd Ix* roii<*idi.rfil unlevs made  t.txx upon tin* print'*.1 foririi mip|>ln'd w>r this  imrposp |.nd nn ni;r<*'.*niciit I" execute the  Hond npp.*inli*'l lo ihe form or t'-nder i.*t duly  = i(.'ii>*d In* Hn* i .intnictor himself nnd two other  roH[>nii������ilil>. re-iidents of tlie Province In the  pniinl s'nn of xm <i>> wll for each mile of rond  fndereil for ihe fiiitliful   porformnnec ol the  ���������.VrtFil.  The l*..p*irtin**nt It not bmnnl to nerept the  lo-A.'.-itor iinj |.*nder.  (Signed)    W. S. QORE,  Deputy C'oiniiils^iniinrof I-nnrts li- Works.  I,.|thI������ nnd Works Department, Victoria, H.C.,  lath Aiii;ii-t, I'HM,  ..HAltGAINS  ..IN   ^HOTBL  YIOTOBIAj-.  JOHNV. VRKKS, J-'hopkietou  Klght  drill Ho i=i iu I'Mineeiion Ior tlie Convenience of Guests  Hourly Street Cur  Uelweup Hotel nv d Station    -,  ^������v������Qs-&������ks9 i������S.  V***r*fr*<r&4r4r*&*4fim^  1 JOHN D. SIBBALD,  Flowers  isking him to return without dolny to  Winnipeg. .Mr. Johns ri'Muried In  Wiuni[.eg Sat.urda.v evening.  On Friday the trainmen here held  an indignation ineel ing and. affording  to ono of thoir numbers who was pro-  sent, dfflared that. .Mr. Johns had not  aol.ed fairly bv the trainmen or tho  truckmen. It was, it, is slated, in*  t.iriritod at tho meeting that lie had  sold himself to tlu-C. I'. P... and had  botravod tin: order. A vole was taken  on tbo matter with the result, thai, thc  obairin.'iriship was taken from .Mr.  Johns and .Mr*. Davidson of Hat Portage was elected to the position.  The Order of Trainmen is cninpoicd  of switohmen, freight, conductors and  freight brakeilion. The removal of  .Mr. Johns .from a. position he hns held  i'or about six years, and the causes  leading np lo ���������'������������������ '>���������'"���������'*' almost over  shadowed the interest, l.'iken In the  strike, in certain railroad circles.���������  \\ innipeg Teh gram.  TO   RENT  Furnished Kooms to Ict.  pint*.  Apply to It, Tft.i-  JulyI7 1 mo.  Ahoul l->0 healtliy pliinty, inelndinxFuseliliLv,  rieriiiiitiinn, Ile^oniHS, Kte., from 25c. up.  wards. Call early nnd ijel lhe eholce. .Sule  bf-nlriH Monday, Aug, 12th. Store on  Mackenzie Avenue., ' (]  MRS. C. TURNROSS.  TO LET  A furnished house on Third St. eoiilalniuK  oue (loui.lt* -sittliii; room. dinliiK room, kltehen  eeilar pantry, four hed rooms, one hath room.  Apply Mr-...Spurlinj;. Aixxi. 11 ill  FOR SALE  Tlie Cily of lievftlmoliG has a rjiiaotllvof wire  uetllnx nnd l<r,*rd������ u-tu-l in the coiiMrucllon  of thi.* p'-^t liou-e fenee for mile. Apply C. h.  HiMW, 'liv Clerk.  ixiiy.il it  tjj������)  iW)  t$y^ UNION ^������  Cigar   Factory  RKVELSTOKE,    B.C.  I-I. A. BROWN,   Prop  OUR  ALL  Brands:  SPECIAL  and THE  GOODS  W)jX^)x^^(i  UNION  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  REAL ESTATE  n. I*, it.  M.VItA '  TOWNSITE.  ���������OWNSITE.  HlxXS A T-T"! A T    iCanudu I'crmnnont & Western  rlli All Ll AL- \.. <f|V!!V.!l!*.:\V,\*:^.'lrV..9or.i',.)I'.,.lti,'?5;  INSURANCE !  COAL FOR SALR.  Equitable .'livings I^inu ami lluiliilng Atsoctatton.  t Imperial I"  1 Canaitiiiu I  < Confederal  Imperial Kire.      Guardian l-'ire.      Mercantile Flre.  ,ii Flre.      Caledonian Flre.      ���������*���������  ratln.il Life.      Atlas Kire.  HOUSES FOR SALE AND BENT.  Address Pevelstnke Station.  .****^*^J^ir^^ppppppppp>������pm^ir^i\y.ppppppppp^  (Mb  THE   PERFECT  ERESS-r     ������������������u  Many men have many-  minds in the matter of dress  ���������but the dictates of fashion  must be considered.  We make the clothes you  want, correct in style, ofthe  best material, and in a faultless manner.  There's real distinctiver  ness in the garments we  make.  Our stock is the largest  and best assorted in the city:  Your Patronage Solicited   J.   IB.   GZR/EjSS XxSUiJUT  The Art Tailor,  Mackenzie Ave.  a  PL  '    fi>  ���������V


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