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 [!/:qAry^.ou*A  f f ct >'  Vol    V. No   69.  REVELSTOKE B.C.     WEDNESDAY,   JUJLY  31, 1901.  $2 00 a  Year in Advance.  I  i  ���������it  #  A  C  Mk  V  'T  I  I  '_'fV  m  .tl  $1  if-  {  ft  Jf  f  '4  i  ?J.-  *'LUl,';  i  C. B. HUME  &C0.  Our Tea and Coffee Trade is  steadily growing. Why ?  Becsuise ���������we curry the best  procurable. There is nothing equal  to  RAM   LAL'S  FiVE O'CLOCK  BEN HUR  Pure Mocha  -and-  Java Coffees  always in stock.  British Columbia  Strawberries  will be m this week.    Also  ���������* CHERRIES  . '-.apples^:-..;;;. -..,_-jA  '-������������������APkioT's"    ���������"     " *"  GLASSWARE  Now In  LATEST NEWS  BY WIRE  Another Big Whittaker Wright  Smash  FIGHTING IN SOUTH AFRICA  215-CASES-215  BERRIE DISHES  WATER PITCHERS  TUMBLERS  GOBLETS  Lemonade Setts  ---~���������Pretticr-than"-everr=  Lamp;  \  Critical    Condition    of    the    Dowager  Empress of Germany.���������San   Francisco  Shipping: Tied up   By  Strike  on  thc  Water Front. ���������High Toned Sharps run  Down in Paris.���������Trainload of El Reno  Homeseelcers  Wrecked.���������Reorganization of Chinese Foreign Office.  Pekin*, July 31.���������The  edict   of  the  Emperor providing for the reorganization of the foreign oflice  hns  been,  leceived nt Pekin.   Its tone and substance   satUfy   the   minister*,   of  the  powers.  London, July 31.���������The question of  ���������securing* the most-favored-nation  treatment for Canadian products  entering Germany iii reieiving the  earnest attention of the English  government.  Pahis, July 31.���������The police of Paris  have unearthed a gang of turf  swindlers and card sharpers, whose  operations were cl:a:acterizeJ| hy  extraordinary audacity. They have  been substituting first class English  race horses for inferior animals in  races as a blind, and promoting  fictitious mining and coal companies.  They moved in the best society too.  Dukb.vn, July 31.���������Details received  of what seemed 'at first an ordinary  skirmish shew that a hard all day  fight occurred near 'Nquita on July  28th, in which the British narrowly  escaped loss of a gun. 400 Boers re  peatedly rushed the British position.  The gun was limbered np . and,- taken  at-'agalicipiorty^rHiles'.under' a-heavy;  flre!. ';"���������"' '  " "  .' "        -  ' Beklin-, July 31.���������.At .late hour last  night the condition of ihe Dowager  Empress Frederick ot Germany was  reportud very serious.  San Francisco. July 31.���������All the  labor union; on the water front at  San Francisco struck this morning iu  sympathy with the teamsters, who  were locked out some time ago.  Everything'on the water front and in  the wholesale districts is tied up and  business is almost snspended. Steamers are unable lo sail and the ware,  houses blocked with freight.  London, July 31.���������The. House of  Lords has decided that a peeress can  retain her title after divorce and  remarriage. The supplementary  et.tiiuatesiiiHou.se of Commons ask  for ������0.500,000 in aid of tha Transval  ancl Orance Kiver Colonies. .  Deputies at Brussels was compelled to  close I he .essicm yesterday because of  disturbances of the Socialist members.  .Limes J. O'Shea, nationalist member of the Iniperi'il House of Commons  was suspended yesterday fordiscuderiy  conducl.  UROPEAN  GOMPL  A. nice range of Parlor Lumps  Prices surprisingly low.  FRUIT SAUCERS  BREAD AND BUTTER  PLATES  CRACKER JARS  CHAMBER SETTS  A nice line to choose from  FRUiTJARS  Pints     Quarts     Half Gallons  W44444t4������4H['&***-**4m'*1**4*4f4  CB. HUME  &C0  London, July 31.���������The receiver i f  the Standard Exploration Company,  of Whittaker Wright, group of con -  paries, announced to a meeting ot tl e  shareholders in London yesterday thi .  the directors had lost ������530,000 in ntoc k  speculation and that the 14 mines i f  the company valued at ������767,000 had  earned |nothing. The cash capital of  ������500,000 wns.aH gone.-  .DKBPATOUES IN BRIEF.  Thos. Brigg and_Guorge Patterson,  both farmers of Chesiey, Ont.. were  kicked by horses yesterday and died  Inter. ���������>  Mrs. Carrie Natior, serving a sentence in jail at Topeka, Kansas, for  joint smashing, has been pardoned.  _.A Seattle despatch says that' a new  company has arranged to purchase all  the canneries on Puget Sound and  Alaska and the sale will be made at  Portland on Thursday.  . The land lottery n't El Reno, O. T..  continued yesterday: One thousand  homesteads were allotted on Monday  and 2,000 yesterday. Three thousand  people attended the drawing.  El Reno, July 31.���������The northbound  Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific train,  No 2, crowded   with  homeseekers  returning yesterday from the sale  at El  Keno   was   wrecked    near   Kremlin.  Oklahoma      One  man  killed   and 24  o'.hers badly cut and bruise**..  - Capetown. July 31.���������Geu.  F.   XV.  Kitchener after a long  chase  of Gen.  Vijoen's Commands caught   up   to   it  and n sharp fight ensued.   The British  captured a pom pom   und 22  wagons  and took 32   prisoners.     The   British  had 5 wounded.  The   president  of the Chamber of  Dispute Over Alberni Mining Deal.  T. J. Holt* sued Thos. Dunn in the  supreme court. Vancouver, last, week  for ijS.j.OOO, Justice -Martin presiding  Judgment was reserved.  The story of the case is that Holt  agreed to pay $10,000 to Dunn as liis  share of a mineral claim on Anderson  Lake. Alberni, owned by G. II. Hayes.  According lo Hole, this money wa.s  not to be paid until Mr. Monro had  examined the property and reported  favorably. Holt claims that Dunn  wrote to him and said that -Monro had  examined the property and had reported favorably. On the strength of  this letter he (Holt) made a first payment of $5,000. It subsequently  obtained, that Monro did not examine  the property, "which proved to be  worthless. Holt thus sues for the  $5,000. Mr. Dunn denies that he  wrote a letter stating that Monro had  examined the property, and replied  favorably.  Voter pushes a Button.  Dr. A. A. Farwell of Osliawa, has on  view at the oflice of "W. H. Banfield Si  Sons,.Adelaide street west, an improved voting machine,*\vl>'ch,  he   claim.1.',  is the most accurate ancl durable of its  kind yet produced.     It  is  built upon  similar lines to other voting machines,  to the extent that  the   voter   records  his   preference   for   any  number    of  candidates   by    simply    pushing   the  button   beneath   the    name   of     tiie  respective candidate,or,candidates for  whom he desires to   voto.     This   machine is so constructed that bv   means  of a set screw the  maximum   number  of .candidat-es  for   whom   the  voter  mayrecord his vote.can ..be" .varied -at-  will to suit' the   election -being held,  hut once the machine has been  set   at  the maximum number to be voted for,  aud sealed, it cannot be .changed until  it is reopened, and   the   voter   cannot  vote for more than the proper number.  A special feature of the machine   is   a  check record showing the   total   number of votes polled,   which, of  course,  must  agree"- witli   the   sum   total of  votes   found to be recorded for all the'  candidates when the machine is opened at  the  close   of   the   poll.     This  register of total votes polled  is visible  to  the  voter,   who, hy observing the  number recorded when he enters   the;  compartment  to   vote,   may   by  the  indicator sec at once whon he   has exhausted his vote, or   if  anything* has  gone wrong with the machine.   "When  the   voter pushes   in   the button the  votes are not   immediately   recorded,  but as he leaves the compartment, on  the opposite side to which   he   enters  it,   he   passes   through   a     turnstile,  which, a.s it revolves, by two  distinct  actions^roleas'es^-first-the^push-b.u-s,-  which spring hack to their place, ready  for use again, and next credits'each of  the   candidates  voted  for   with    one  vote.  In case of of an error in voting Dr.  Farwell says that by means of a check  button either one of the bars may be  released before the voter leaves the  compartment, and he may then vote  for the candidate he originally intended to support.  The advantages claimed for the machine by its inventor are perfect accuracy, simplicity of mechanism, durability and cheapness, it being calculated that with one voting maching as  many votes can be recorded as at present in three polling booths. Therefore, Dr. Farwell contends, the cost of  the machine in practice will not exceed the expenditure for ballot boxes  undvr the existing system, lie leaves  shortly for British Columbia, where  he has strong hopes his machine will  be adopted for use iu the Provincial  elections.���������Toronto Globe.  Threatened Unless the South  African War is Brought to a  Close by Next Spring:.  London, .Inly 27.���������Following lhe information cabled that j min ns of an  impoi lanl, slop toward enlorcing peace  between Kiigland and tiie l.'.iers had  pervaded lhe house of ciiniiuoiis for  several dnys, came a speech by Ciihson  Howies. Conservative, lliat caused a  piofouial sensation.  Mr. Bowles gave the government  .solemn warning that unle.*-'.*, peace was  made in Soutli Afiii.i before spring  i-xli emely grave complications would  confront England in Kurnpe.  Tin* speaker declined liirllier that he  knew that negotiations had been pro-  reeding -on the c-onliiH.nl within the  last six mouths and were still active,  with the object of inducing or enforcing peace.  In view of these conditions, he said  England could not persist iu outraging  the feeling of the great, poweis without paying a heavy penalty.  A ministeiial contradiction oT the  slatemenl made by Mr. Bowles was  looked for but none came.  Upon enquiry in the lobby of the  author ofthe warning, a press corros-  .pondent learned that Mr. Bowles, wh'.  though a Conservative, is somewhat  dissalTuclud and more or.l.i.ss antagon-  islic to the minisliy, refei red in his  speech to a movement sei. on foot by  Premier de. JCuyper, of Holland, aided  by Queen Wilbehnin.i, by which he  had succeeded' in interesting -the  emperor of Germany and the czar of  Russia so far that their negotiations  wero fast approaching a point when*  England could no longer safely ignor  lhi-m.  Edmund Robertson, member of the  recent Liberal parliament, cbroboratcd  what Mr. Bowles had said, and  declared chat bespoke from a personal  knowledge of the situation.  Iliese public utterances, tineoi.tr.t  dieted bv the government, taken in  conjecture with President Kruger's  return to the Hague, and with* th'e  repeated journeys .of ;Mr....Leyd.s.-.dip-  'loulat,ic*'.*ig*eiit''of >.'the. South" Airiciiu  lupublics in' Europe, between'Berlin.  Brussels," the Hague and Paris,,  recently point to important develop-'  inents at an early dale.  As previously cabled, it' is said the  kaiser is to assume the role of peacemaker,, having, been empowered by  Kruger to act lor tiie Boers; that the  Kaiser is willing to take the initiative  in order to pnpul.iri'/e his relations  with the (jerinan people, who disapprove of his friendship for (Jie.it  Britain,  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining- to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  Burn in Nelson on Satm day ..o I he  wife ol 'il. IS. Mai'donnell, general  freight agent of the C.P.It. a son.  Jas. 1), Eraser, train despatcher.  returned from his holid'iy trip tn l lit*  co.i.si. on Tuesday, having enjoyed a  splendid ouling.  Owing lo the Luge grain crop in lhe  west* Ihe C.P.]'. autlioi ities have  issued instructions for the building of  ���������i number of new box cars at their  sliops.it Winnipeg.  11.  ���������it, X  XX7. Drew, C. P. U.   station  agent  ���������Imiii, leaves on tlie 1st of August,  on ,i six weeks trip lo I lie enst. when  it is expected he will visit the Uull'.ilo  exposition ancl other places.  Oscar Steven, who was recently  temporally employed in the C. P. li.  fi eight departinei.t at Nelson has been  appointed to fill the position made  vacant by the removal of Mr. Beasley.  JI. Beasley, who has been in the  employ oi'the C. P. li. for some time  .it Nelson, has left for the l.-.u-deau dis-  tric-t wheie he has procured a good  position with tiie conti actors who are.  building the Lai deau road.  The report "of the Canadian Parilie.  Railway audilois show that the  earnings of the company I'or the week  ending J illy 21 weie $081,000, and for  the same week inlSOO were ���������j'.x'l.O.'O an  increase of $103,000.  Mr. J.ohn Thompson, who, up till a  few weeks ago was chief ...of the  baggage department, at the Union  Station, Toi onto, and who resigned l.o  take charge of the U. P. li. baggage  department at Montreal, will" return  to Toronto. It is understood lhat Mi*.  Thompson will lake charge of the  C-in.-ulian Transfer Company's business  in tliis city. , -   . ,  ���������;riThet C:-i~!.->H'."''l5Ti"rgeTi\'."a"'r 'la7m-C-d"7tt*  Itosebery last week. On Tuesday the  deckhands on the Slocan were ordeied  to lay rails on the barge, refused and  were fired. . A new boat crew came up  from Nelson next, day in 'charge of  Supt. Downie and Capt. Gore, and  they refused to work when tliey heard  of the situation. Then the waiters  were asked to assi.-l in coaling up, but  icfused and quit. , All this trouble  grew out of the trackmen's strike,'! bey'  being the pin-tics who   won  to lav thc rails.  suppn.-cd  Winnipeg, Man.. July M0.���������A minor  has been current that a new schedule  I'or the firemen and engineeis'. formerly on the N. 1'. li. and now on the  I". N. 1{ . has been drawn up. From a  reliable source it is learned that the  (henien. wlio h-ive been getting $2.i*i  to $2.:",. per 1U0 miles, will be. eut to $2  straight, whicli is 15 and 23 cents less  than the C. P. II. The engineeis will  be cut from $f to J-".'.".**, which is the  same as paid by the C.P.K., but is not  as l.ivor.'ible as the C. P. li. rate owing  to the dilference in tlie runs.  TI.e big Shay engine which rat) on  the Unssl.tnd hill for some time lias  been retired for tlie present, fhe volume  of business lo be handled not being  sufficient lo render it necessary to  keep a train crew on the section particularly for lhis woik. The freight in  and out of Rossland is being handled  by the passenger to Robson and rel-iin.  Tt is stated that the big Shay will be  sent Io pull the ore tiain from Phoenix lo the Granby smelter, where a  locomotive of a similar type was to  have been put in use.  There are at present about SOO men  at work on tho new railroad that is  .being built from Jennings, Montana,  to the Crows Nest Pass coal fields.  Tlie North Star and the J. D. Farrell  are kept busy hauling supplies to the  different camps along the river, and  gangs of men are scattered all along  the proposed route to the boundry  line. The contractors arc pushing  the. work as rapidly a.s possible, and  expect to have between three and four  thousand -men employed within a  short time.  The joint protective board of the B.  of L. E. and B. of L. F., which was  in Winnipeg for about ten days  separated last Saturday, but will meet  there again on Aug. 1st. The western  officials were too much occupied with  Gen. Manager McNicoll ancl the. strike  business to complete the adjustment  of the. schedule, and made arrangements for a short postponement. The  committee on conciliation also* dis  persed , the, saine *.*.'laj**___*;_lj;, wiis.tlije,  presence*o'f'these two committees in  the city.' at the* same time that gave  *-cope for .a good deal of -denial and  mystification ".on" the part of the company as to whether they concerned the  trackmen or not.  GiTY BAND  DEFUNCT  Tn the Winnipeg fur market prime  'martin, large, dark i.s fetching from  ���������So to .$10, large, brown i*!1...0 to $7.  large, pale .$3.50 to.*? I.  E������S������ra3_XE'SS<_Xs'-_^^  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  Our Entire"Stock of .Summer Goods  N. W. M. P. Veterans.  It has been decided   by   the   Headquarters  Post  of   the  N. XV.   M. ,P.  Veterans at Calgary to have a  parade  of N. XV. M. P. Veterans   in   uniform  on the occasion of the Duke of York's  visit to Calgary.     The   uniform   was  approved of  by* the  convention   recently held in Calgary and  consists of  a dark blue serge jacket and   trousers  and cowboy "Pony" hat.     The jacket,  is to be similar in cut  to   the   Strathcona Horse Khaki jacket with   breast  and skirt pockets, black buttons   with  thc device of the N. XV. M. P. Veterans  thereon.       Theso    uniforms   will   be  supplied by a Montreal   firm   and it is  expected that the outfit, hat included,  will be furnished  for  .$8.50  or  $9.00.  Any old mounted policemen   desirous  of further information should address  F. A. Bagley. Adjutant, N. XV. M.   P.  Veterans, Calgary.  ������     Ludies rJon't   miss  the   opportunity   io    complete     yonr  *    im:chases   of   Summer   goods   at     BARGAIN    -PRICES.  Blouses, Whitewear, "Wash Goods,  Summer       Dress      Goods,  Sailor Hats  Children's   Headwear  "pic stock must bo reduced tmde.irly purchasers will get   tlie-full benefit,  Expired on Monday Night After  a Long- Siege of Public Indifference.���������Its Last Legacy to  the City.-The Revelstoke  "Independent" Band Springs  Full Fledged From the Sad  Remains.  There was a business meeting of the  Kevelstoke band on Monday night,  which marked a crisis m the history of  that organization. For some time  past there has been considerable dissatisfaction among the members at  what lhey consider the indifference  displayed towards the band by both  the citizens -it large and the city  council in particular. At the start  only;50.-) was contributed to the funds  of the hand outsideof the subscriptions  of its own member?, who have had  since then to provide themselves with  new instruments, fresh music and the  rent, for their room and electric light  account out of their own pockets  entirely. It is true the last council,  when almost in articulo mortis so to  speak, endeavored to make a tardy  reparation for the neglect of its lifetime by passing, a resolution to pay  S10 a month for the rent and light of  the band room, but its successor, paid  for December of 1903 andJanuary 1901  only, since when no vouchers for this  pin pose have ever managed lo get  beyond the finance committee.  In view of these facts the band has  decided metaphorically, it is of course  a physical impossibility for them to do  so in reality, to wipe the dust of the  citj- oil their feel and henceforth go it  alone. At Monday's meeting the  Revelstoke "Cily'' baud - ceased to  exist and the-Revelstoke "Independent" band sprang full armed from its  Hshes. It-f'wa's unanimously decided ���������  thiit the band hereafter be called  Revelstoke._In_lependent ��������� Band,' and -'  that the new organization assume "tho  assets and liabilities of the late Revel* '  stoke City Baud. The officers of the  new organization were elected as  follows: Hoo. President, A. N". Smith;  President. R. S. Wilson; Manager and  Secretary-Treasurer, 13. It. Campbell  and Bandmaster, R. Pl. Sawyer, to  whom'a vote of thanks "was unanimously tendered for his services in  that capacity during the past. A  complete list of charges for engagements was drav, n up and finally owing  to the unpleasantness arising orer the  settlement of the ownership of the  ,band stand, the band turned "over its  claim on the same to the city as a  parting souvenir of lespect and esteem. '  The finances of the institution are  in excellent shape shewing outstanding liabilities of S-I4.50 against available assets in good accounts and cash  in hand of ������30.90. The Herald wishes  the band, \mder whatever name it  travels, every success. Its playing  under Mr. Sawyer's leadership has  made marked improvements .and it  need not fear comparison with any  similar organization in the went on  tha t-scorer="~\Ve"Yegret_ that~tfie^open  air concerts, which as a city band,they  were in the habit of affording to the  public, will now be discontinued. But  if the people of this town want music  they must expect to put up for it in  some shape or fotm. One cannot  expect the band members to give their  time and put up all the necessary  collateral and then furnish free music  as well.  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing" are included in the  ���������*������D  :ALE  Also    Bargain   Figures in    Men's  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  Our  Desire to. make   room   for  "Full  Importations  is  your  opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd. 1901.  UNG  S ppPPitrPJKr^impppppppPjm-ppppppp.r^^  Press Slavery, -  In view of the discussion now going  on ansnt a newspaper trust the following speech given by theNew York  Tribune editor a few years ago ia  interesting and evidence of what the  result would be. This it what Mr.  Keid said:  "There is no such a thing in America  as an independent pies.*., iinless.it is in  the country towns. You nre all slaves  You know it and I know it. There is -  not one of you that dare to express an  honest-opinion. If you ezpreso it you  .mow beforehand that it would never  appear iu prinl. I am paid 3150.1 week  for keeping honest opinions out ot  the paper 1 am connectrn with.  Others of you are paid similar salaries  for doing similar things. If I should <-_  allow honest opinions to be printed in  one issue of my paper, like "Othello"  before 21 hours my occupation would  begone. The man who would.be  *.*-n foolish as to write his honest opinon  would be out on the streets hunting* '  another job. The business of New  York journalism is to distort the truth,  lo lie outright, to prevent, to vilify, to  fawn at the feet of mammon, and to  sell his countrymen and his race for  his daily bread, or for what is about  the same thing, bis salary. You know  lhis and I know it; and what folly to  b������ toasting the independent press.  We. are tools and vassals of rich men ���������  behind the scene*. We are jumping  jacks. Our time, our talent, our lives,  our possibilities, are all tbe property of  other men. We are intellectual pros*  titutes." _._^.___*.____.*J__i*-  ^rrrf^i  Published l*-y  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.       .'������������������  A. JOHNSON,  Managiii!. Iiireeinr.  ���������w..*-*.*���������������i***^v. ^������**.\  wr.*&i*C*r^f*'',1^Cti-j.'J.\fd.  i. .ufftfrj  * K****>***,.**iw������M****.''���������i.'.^j*****''**'**'!'.'!'*. ',*..'*. rnKmir^���������:*r*Jij*.*������w  f ..htrshalleil to the hi'Htudvantago to  ���������Uiipport our confenlions. .11 thu'bnsi-  n iKK men of Revelstoko will only tnKc  the" iroubli' ' his call be ilotio nml :f  uo!b;n>; ioiiii's nf il, a't* all events we  shall have |il.u*.'d oiu-M'lves Worl hily  on i erord.  I1  rANCOUVER  SLEUTH8  [<���������."*-_;-_>���������/..���������, */">*..'vS-i-Si-v,'.* iVtiJ) ���������V-lvB*'-'.I3..i<'W&^.-������*,<1 f>'-T  '���������tf&M &s5^������������*������3 %m$ky&& i octet S^ss*'  ,., $#s#*  s iT.itfv^^Jsr' i/j-^tjwi: c.-^/X'*-**3v**n-a~5-^^*T"^'''!-?!.0"-'-?-3t"*CS)���������^"V_N'i;*������:M>_>_3->"r?S-'!_3f2i??*ieOi^SS*&.*vM.7>8.VK^^  A Semi-Weekly Journal published i.i tin?  Interests of lhe railwav men. mining men ."���������;  hn������lne������- men of the West. Days ol l'uliliiatu n  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADVEr.lISI.N'G   IIATKS.  Dlsplav ads.; -fbio per inch; sing!" i-nh'-n''.  S2 per inull 'wlieu inseried mi "*!'\, '.."',  Lejal ads., 10 cents per inch (noiip.'"el i ...  for first insertion; Scents for each nihilu ��������� ���������*  in>ertion. Ixical notices 10 cent*, per line c; * i  i-iiit*. Birth, Marringu and Deuth ���������Noun.'*  free.  SVB������CI*.U*TION   KATE-*.  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GKOGAN,  Editor.  Wednesday, July 31.   1001.  THE HOSPITAL SITE.  There   is   an    agitation    going    on  against the hospital site on the Farwell  towusite, selected by the directors and  a   petition   is   being circulated.   Now  the Herald is quite, free lo admit that  there are objections against block .."  as the site for a hospital.   Viewed from  the standpoint of an ideal location  for  a hospital there were other sites  under  Lhe    consideration    of  the   directors,  which were  superior   to   it   in   many  respects.    Block   57   wa.s   adopted   on  account  of its  central   position in tlie  townsite, which it was expected would  render the   location   of   the   hospila*  there satisfactory to the   residents   in  every part of the city.      11 i**- objected  to it that* the business portion   of   the  town will one day very   likely   extend  along   First    St.    and   envelope   tl";  hospital     grounds..      The     IIkkaM)  sincerely hopes it will.    I f il. ever does,  then block 57. which the   directors are  obtaining for the sum of one thousand  dollars, will so increase in value   that  the ljoard of that* future   date   will be  merely able  to dispose of the land for  building purposes   at  a   price   which  will easily enable them to purchase  a  fresh   site     in     some   more    retired  locality and put tip a finer and   larger  building   suitable   to   the     increased  requirements of the population.  The Herald is sure that the feeling  of the great majority of the people of  Revelstoke is. in' favor of stopping  argueing about this site or that and of  getting on with the erection of the  hospital. - "While they may not be  particularly in love with block T>1 as a  hospital site, yet they feel that the  board of trustees having at last come  to a long looked for decision in the  matter, it is a splendid opportunity (o  stop talking and get down to business.  They recognize the feeling that  prompted the board in making their  selection, they hold that it was a  praiseworthy and practical one end  -^-s-the'yT'egard"fui'ili*er~'liS"Tiissio:. onTlie"  subject as illtimed and superfluous.  The Herald hopes to see everybody  in town fall into line and take this  view of the matter and work .-boulder  to shoulder with the boord of directors  for jthe welfare of an institution  which is such a vital necessity to this  citv and di-"-tri<*l.  NOW'S TIIE CHANCE.  .Vages For Blacksmith's in C. P  R.  Shops   Increased   From 3  To 7 Cents Per Hour.  Au increase lias heen made by the  Canadian Pacilic railway in the schedule of rale of wages paid to the  blacksmiths oi'the line from Winnipeg I" Vancouver inclusive.  List week a committee of ihe unions  in.*I Mr. -M.irpi.le. general supcrin  UT.dt-nl: .Mr. l.:ucy If. Johnson,  master mui'liaiiif, and .Mr. W. Cros*.  of Winnipeg, head of Ihe mechanical  depart ment of western linns. The  committee consisted of "Messrs. How  ,trd,{I.at bain, Ed wards and Ifobinson.  All the blacksmiths froin the coast to  Winnipeg are union men, aiul it. was  (lie unity of thc request for an increased schedule thai carried   weight.  An ell'ort was made by the tun.*  mittee to obtain *a higher rate for  XeUon and Trail than elsewhere, but  the ollicials decided thai, the conditions  made it impossible for this lo be done.  Following is the sche.li; Cs linally  adopted,' containing the increase of  wages from three to se\ en cents per  hour.  Canadian Pacific railway: Pacific  Division���������Schedule and Hides of  .".Incksinilhs.  -\_.T1CI.K 1.  (Referring to shop discipline.)  Sec. 1���������Any boy engaging himself to  learn    the    trade   of   Blacksmithirig  must serve not less that five (5) years.  Sec. 1 .J--When au apprentice,   is  re-  ired.   the   prefeience   shall   in     all  Coast City Tecs Get on to  Sylvester, the Missi.-g- Witness.  It is good'lo sec the sleuth work  going on around (lu* police station   these  days.    You eau  hardly   get   within   a  block of lhe place unless you wear rubber shoes, and every detective you   see  looks   stealthily   around,   then    leans  forward ancl says "Hist!"  Tbey have a bud man in the cells.  Ou Tuesday last The  Piovince   published a story ol' a   prijecled   robber)  in I_i>vc:stoke in wi.ii n a    man   named  Dllll'y. alia-Sylve.-lel*. .-mil two oilier*,  one named Hamilton,    were In' liguriv  but* whicli ua*. at  leu*_lh   given    niv.*.y  by DulYv N-liing hi.-, tale t"   I lie - police  iijilh..*  line.       The   oilier   men    were  ai'i'i'-li'il and I lam.ll mi  i oiiunit ted   for  I rial. '- ..V':  Well, il ynu ran gel a del eel ive In  .-.taliil stili I'm a iiimuenl. hi; ������ ill U'll'  you bel we..ii l*,i**t** Unit IJuIfy is in  tlie Vancouver jail al I his moment,  and lhey .ire on I be I rail ol'iiTine so  luit thai it scorches their l'eet. UiilTyV  front ua me is John, hu come lo.. ". ���������iii-  couver ycoteuhiy and a-' soon as id og*  nised was arrested. Though lie i.s a  *-iu;iII man three policemen went v. hit  him to the station ami after he '.vn>  pntin the cell ancl lucked in, liny  dumped some cordwood agiiin.it'the  door to make sure.  Duffy is described as having .li^ht  blown hair turning grey, a defoiiiu't".  nose, and the litl le linger off bis riglil  hand. :'   V  So it you see a detective Vconiiiig  down the street on his tiptoe.*, and  looking mysterious, get out of his way,  ���������you mightstej) on the trail and .blot  it out.--Province.  qui  cases lie given employes' sons.  Sec. '"���������Any difficulty arising  between an apprentice and his employer shall be submitted to the management by the shop committee.  Ste. ,*j���������The following ratio or  apprentices shall bu allowed: One (1)  to every live (5) blacksmiths.  yt._.. | ���������Xo boy shall begin to learn  his trade when ho is yo.ing-ir I ban 15  years or older than  17 years.  Sec, si���������All apprentices engaging to  learn the blacksmithiug trade shall  have all opportunity possible to learn  the trade in linie specified in sec. 1.  article I.  S,-c. (i���������No helper shall take a lire  unless lie receives the same wages paid  the blacksmiths.  All'I'ICW*. "2.  (llefcrring to shop hours.)  Seel���������Kegular shop hours shall be  from 7 to'IS o'clock ror the first five  days of week, wilh one (1) hour lor  dinner', between 12 and 1.5 o'clock, and  on the sixth day from 7 to 17 o'clock  I'roni October 1 to "May I willi dinner  hour.is usual. I'roni May I till Ot.-  tobei 1 the hours shall be from 7 to 12  on S iturdays. All bauds working lhe  above hours shall receive oiu; hour's  bonus for working full time during the  week. Overtime shall be computed after the above hours, and shall be paid  for at the rate of time and a half Saturdays and all holidays, namely. New  Year's, Uood Friday.2lth May, Dominion clay. Labor day, Thanksgiving clay  and Christmas day. The word "overtime" shall mean till lime worked after  regular shop hours.  .\j_Ticr.i*. 3.  Sec. 1���������When blacksmiths or apprentices are sent out on road to work, lhey  shall be allowed f.'.ll time while traveling aud overtime if woika.I, and 75  cents per day for expenses for every  day lhey aie absent from their regular  station.  Sec.1'2���������In   cases   when   tho   black-  Mammoth Minstrel Amalgamation  Richards & Pringle's mammoth  minstrel aggregation that appear.**! at  the Opera House Aug. ]2th, i.s vastly  rlill'ciimt from any similar i.style. of  attraction that will be seenVhere this  season. It. numbers llf'tylof tlu.* best  entertainers in colored inmstrelsv.  each one of iiiein popular in.'the-i*;  respective lines, all refreshingly o'rig -  nal wilh new specialties this season.V v  "11 is a laughing performance*' from  the start to tho finish and is iillecl \vitii  bright merry idea.; new to niihstrelsy,  ancl of a high class order., VThi������;'big  attraction is mooting with ^unbounded  success everywhere: and as: this ,:wi!l  he. its only visit here this5:seaspn"v  lovers of good solid enjoyment" canjiot  afford fo miss it. .jiv!'.:VV';V:\y'y  The street parade,    its bigToiitrclcjov  attraction, takes placo at 2i80.p.)ni;:.c)!i  Iho day of the   company's  this city.  ai'rival,;  ���������:P.  Tho attention of Pre-c*in.ilo.*s of. CIroivn Liuwl.s  is lieruliy'i'iillut* lu'nn aiiionilniuntto thu 'Luml  .ict," im'sxeit���������lU.ilie.* last sui-sion ot ���������tlie'*.Lc_jis-:i  liilii'rei'-wliicli provides as folloivs, viz: .* ...;''-.."..,  "it.���������'���������'���������I-re-o'ni'iitbra of Croiviii Lanils, whelhei;.  in, arruars in -uivinc'iit .01' Vin.stiiunenls;,. ol  puruliftsu lnonei- iir not.; who nl Iho timo oi.  i-iiiiiiiit; into fi>i*'cc of tliis.let 'hnve obtainoil  CiTtilicatcsol'Improveiiioiil, ��������� or,wlio shallhiivo  iiijtiilhcil Certilicntes of Jniprovuiiiont -.wiiliiii  twelvo mon tlistheiTafier, slml loi*. ,i*on form in*,-  wilh the provisions of the "l.an.l .Kit," exeopt:  as horebv nUoreil, lie uiiltllcil to oljtain l.'ruff.  ���������.'runts iii tliair pre-einption elaiiMK upoii-iconi-'  pleiin" 'pavnienl-s of>:pi!ri*hiisu nioney at' I lie  rate of seven tv-live eon ts per ncre,,iiii<l rroivn  Oram fees, which pii.vnieiitsn'.ay he iniiile.as  foi lows :V~ V V*V V'VVV .'VV'VV U'-L :::'L7>'L''  : ;' Twentv-nve cents per aere on: ljufore .tlie  .'list ilny <ii" Ueeeniber, IS'01;;..---<��������� ..:-Lyyi:'������������������'���������;',''V"���������;-;  ,V" Tiveiitv-liveeents per aci'bi' on or; before the  iWth Uav.oi Junej llKK;:..*���������'.*. .������������������'i-V'v. vVV; VV���������;-',  >���������', an<l the remaiiiinu-f^VV- VVVvV': '���������-���������'��������� ������������������*.*"'LyL'L.  :'���������:,' ���������< Tweii tv-fi ve cents per acre onbrbefore the  31st dav of Deeeiiiber, lilui!,: anil witlioiit any  .fiirtlief iiayinent of interest.'' V yLL.'yy  -';vv^i:;:v;K|fe^iv-;5v:^Sv\v^  .������������������'::'������:���������'���������-������������������'������������������'���������������������������:*���������'��������� V ndpiitv.'of .'.jiiiirts and Works. s:f  'T.aiHls'"ittill Nvbrlcs, Ueiiartment, LL:'���������, VV;V-:LLLyL  ,*.: yiecoria, li. C;; lstJiuie, 11W1.:;,���������_.-LL '.-;������������������-��������� ;.--VV  Provincial Secretary's:Office:  HIS  1I0.V0UU the r.lenteiiaiit-Goy"er'nor-in'-  Cotuivil In s I'een pleas*i.*d tu niakii the. lolloii .  iny appoinciaenls: .! ���������''���������':'������������������������������������;.-'���������".���������.:  Viih .hily,10(il.   .  Frederiok C. Campbell, ol ..-Troutv:* Lake,  l*:-(inirc. Mining Ueeonlei*. lo be He-iist.-nr oi  the Couiitv Uiiiii't ol 1-Cootenay,. iiolden ac  'I'rout Luke*: mm-Ii appointniontto take efteet  on the ljilli liiMiiut. - VVV'V:*:. V  IStli .Iiily.'lBol. V  John Mnl.enil. of the City of. lteveistoke,  K-'qmre, .il.lerman, to bo a member ot the  Hoard of Lieen-iln; t.;omiai>*-ioiicrs:for the said  city, iH'.' Aldcrniun  \\. I). Newman,..r_s._ net!..  .- ls'tii Jiiiy.'isioi.-':";'  [ Kdivin Adair, Artl-.nr WiUiamscin and I'liter  Staecv, oi the t.ilv oi ltevei*.toke. Ksiiinr.**-, to  :������.* Ke'nei* Viewers in and for tiie Kevi.*ls>-.ke  Riillng of the We**:. Kcot..*:iay Klectoral IJ *,-  triet. J >--������������������-'  GESiFSGAT^OFjfRROyBiENTS  , ..'���������:*���������- '--yrry V^NtDTfCI^;V-;;V':VV:-;V;^vV;:  ' Trend well.' Jfbiin-i'elaim,VsilnaleVin V";'tlie  !.ardeiiii';^Iiiini*;:;J'ivi.*.:pn of West. Kcioieiitty.  Distrieti-':VVV;*;-:/.:VVV''.V'VJr;.;;Cr:".''-VVV';:.V;'-:-  WhereV lbeated :'.'.'.''6ri' Lexington .Mountain,  near Tool Creek bridge. vVV ������������������y-y'.-L '������������������''���������':.',;..;;;/; ���������������������������xL-f  TakeXbtiee tlbu;1.  IVC.C'-lrei'n.xoK-Nelson,-  ."iictlMir.nsiiipcnt for'the^"Imperial pevelop-  i-*ent-;sv!i.1icnte.V Li,*.ite.i.''.; jFree, -Miner'*!:  'C_rtlfi'6n1e'No;ivSa,0'.li-liiU'iicl,sixty;<.ay*i.irom  the   date, hereof, ^to: apply-.to-the.-,.-.������inint,'*.  Keeorder; for a  Certilic-atu  of Improvements  fortae jinr pose of .oinai|iiii*;:aCrov.*n,.-t. ran to)  the alio ve clai m,: ,.!*' :���������'������������������- '���������/��������� '���������.;:'/: V;' V.VV VV.:,. ::���������''���������'  ��������� Vnii .further take notice "that lU'tion/ under  Section: 37. must be.'comiiienced bemre. the  .issuanue of sucl*" Certilieato.of Improveiiicnts.  .Bated this twcntielli day of June, .1001.:;;'. ';  ���������  v.'- : :::".'.l-JC.-.GItEEN*.---;-  ���������;������������������:��������� c- ;:.*;���������';������������������. ���������-���������;���������::-.>.-������������������.��������� ^;-.:;'*:::l'.I-S.*"  .: Th isis-liardwentlierbu: those beautiful:*1  white  skirtsiViiiakes; them.*:.dirty:- all;:  arouiid the bottom���������:so:;you'd not want,.  * to;ivasii theiii:yours'elf.i . .ViVVV'vVV: ; "V  :-\VeV������-antUlieiii.:for,.yoii,-UlioiiKli.V  -W'c. want- tii; niake ' tlieni .elcani and-.<  VbriKlit'anil tresli..fV*\Ve ;iaakuall.linen.v  /���������Jock fre.li a nd *5\v*ect.V. V.:V:VV^V;V:.'": ;.VV  oodrow  ggv-PRIME;;3EEKiv;fOT    '" ' "  ""������gg?  -m  m  ^(^.e������������^^^#������a^tfe^_^*J*������*4'*<*������'e;tf;>^������ j  For years   the    biisiues-s     men    of  Kevelstoke have been complaining   of  the freight rates charged by the (.'.   I".  Si.    From ii letter from   .Mr. Mcl.'.'iui.  the  coiumissioiii'i-   on    railway     rate  grievances appointed by lhe Dominion  government it is clear lhat the tiiin* lo  make llieir   complaints   effective   has  .Cine.    Purhi'.ps  "rlfectivi;"   is   lather  a strong   word   to   u.-e   in   connection  'with a government Voiimtis.-ion     bul  at all events the time has   come   when  these complaints can   be*   po.ired,   not  into the cold unsympathetic ear   of   a  C. P. R.   general    superintendent     or  tr.-.Hic manager, but into the impartial  anricular     appendage    of    an     independent      expert.        for      such      we  are     given '    to       understand       Mr.  McLean   is.      It  we   do not nr.ike om  roar jjood notv it will be a case of ever  after holding our peace, since silence  will certainly be claimed by the C. P.  K.  as   satisfaction   with the existing  conditions.     Neither will it serve one  turn to put a vague, disjointed stale-  ment of grievances.     The brief on our  side   must   be   properly   got   up and  presented    with    facts    and    figures |    Approved  smiths have to work meal hour at  niglit. they shall receive pay for sain?  at overtime rates.  .M.'TICI.E I.  (Kates.)  o  Vancouver   shops���������Minimum    rate,  30 cents. 27 first year: leading fires. 32  cents: spring fires. 01 cents. "North  Bend���������30 cents. lievelstoke���������minimum rate. :'() cents: leading fire, 32  cuts; spring fire, 31 cents. Kam-  loop.���������-3*. cents. Trail-:''! cents.  NcImh;���������3U cents.  Aim<-M*: Ti.  That,    monthly    report   of   -.pring-  maki'i' be abolished.  autici.kO.  When reduction in Mall' i- necc-.*���������ary  lho.-c having others dependent., upon  them shall he given prefeiemi* of cii.-  piiiyinunt. seniority and ])rofli:ii*iicy lo  govern. -  .VIITK'I.K",  That th<* C'aiiiirlian Pacilic f'.iilway  conipaiiy shall not discriminate, in any  way against any blacksmith who may  from linie* to lime represent hi.**, fellow  workmen on case.- of invc.-ifigali. n  neil hor shall any man be discharged  for incdliciency who has been retained  in the service* .-,i._ inonlhs.  AliTICI.KS.  Should it be ncee.v-ary I'or a coinmil.-  Ice. re|.ri'sentiiig Pacific division to interview the iii.'inageiiient at Winnipeg  the members from outlying p iint-i  .shall b'; furnished free transports! I ion.  A.iTir.M.ll.  ll. is open for blacksmiths' af any  time to draw the alien linn of foreman  or inastji* iner-hanic when trade union  principles are consirlercd violated or  when any other grievance exists, no  that the matter may be looked intc,  considered ancl referred fo general  superintendent if necessary.  J.F. McLeo.  Confectioner ancl Grocer  Fresh Eggs  iiutter  Vegetables  a'.wavs on han.l.  I!  Ice Cream *| !  |   Home Made Candies | J  '������ a spePialty. *^ j  %f^444&^4&4-4-e-e'������-*-c-tf*zri-������-*r-*z*J j  We have the name of milking,  the only'"Siv-llsli Suits iii Town  -ifor 'rtiiralillity  and.; qtial 1 ty..  ~~~*~~~   "^xRyvONE.:  ���������&,&7Am3Asm$:  '���������:���������': ��������� Next'.the.;McCart7.;.BIock. .-���������.'-���������  Tie tii il-.lDqa'.oii/. i'ii������������������:77-L--:7l9':l7  ArAAA'B'ee^^JoAMA  t^j^y^^i<^nA^^MrAA7:  : Fisli^.aiid ^Game_in:; Season l'. ; ������������������.;-, V -;L.~?;i;" y.  ��������� Lr '.'���������..".--';;"r.'All orders;proiiiptIy-';illeil.;VV:*; :V  ^^^j^M^-i^^fA^Z  jg|i;vREfg|s|^E  '���������7. AV ^-.ViLiJABLE'^'/'RBSIBEN  Proi.erty iieai' tlie;C'oiirt house:?;' Cost  ov^*i'_a2.bQ0.^br^fflj.l<^t.fe$10Q0.feuIi;o^  parti  ideral  'JOHNSON; Herald Ollice.  Notice.;;  sr  n  m  Iror.t t tic  1 iF*'*  The first -iiimial icener.-il ���������nieetlinr of...t ie  I r,.v!.'=i���������ke.ll<is|)ii..ilfto<.iety ivitllw held at Uie  ' l-'lre'Sinll. Heeoud Street, on  Monday, Aiigii-it  '��������� vh   wii���������\,i -tn* hour oi r-xi-hipM-t.; t.,t   n-  I purpose or���������(���������!ecl(rt(f lril*.tt*e.*!.:(������r;tlit' ''iisiiliii,'  i,.at* and Keneral b'.isl:ta������s.,.  All 'i������tm-.ii������ M-hri have   siiM.-.i'rit.ed   l.-i.W)  or  r.im* ird- towards lh*'"iumU of tlie .**������<'lety ar.J  i .'iitl t><*.tH* h" l.riial! and vote; on alt inalter*.  I iiriiiti'iit lK-1-.rt- ine incetin*,*'. >inil all micb are  I liivited l<- he !>re.",-nt.      -���������  I '.'.'   '-.-��������������������������� U.K. ATKINK.   .  '   JyC-'.Vt.l'. ���������;."   ������������������':���������'    ���������-'���������:;::;7       :     V-etretary.   ,  7^y: 7B^:^>m^S77jL0.7Ly.  AA^AT.M9^W^0AAA^A:  Ay'A A: ::AA-y7F70^;:S: A;'j|'E::  ON SECOND;' STRE KT^riv". bargai i'i;  and on o.'isv tcriiisof jjayinejit. Apply  to J. D. SIXiBADD.'Real; Estate*, Agt.  L-'iim  ;Vlf  Notice.;  ��������� Printers  - oi"  - -I;inc  - Office  - ��������� .Stationery.  rncli:clin,ef  IJiTTKR   riFiADS  F^Wi'.f.OPF-JS  STATK.MliNSS  F3ff.L  I Iii ADS  NOTIi  MKAHS  SKIPPING TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRIKTING   A  SPECIALTY  '<&&���������������������������%  | Ocvernnieiil''Distribution of Stumping  !' ���������.���������'���������'.'' V Powder. '*; v.'.-V.";- .''.���������'..���������"''���������  ! KAItMKIts desirous of heina supplied with  j-BliulliiK I'owder nt co.st price, lor eleiirln*;  Illuiil, eaii olitain hhllllt forrns.iif rcf|iiNitlnii  [from ihe f*eeretarl'.*.s ol the Fanners .liiialtiites  I a.*. f.iHow*. :     '   ���������: ':.   ��������� ���������. ; *;  j Henry Hills, -Secy, V A,l))e'riii l''arnier������'  j Iiisiiiuti", All-vriii. ������������������-���������;....���������.."_*������������������'.,     -.,:..���������:.":.  .;*;:  Herald Job Office  FRONT 'STREET.  _fjE?-I.(i!*nt������,d i.st  ���������^iVv^KNfi^tCK  Mouse Purniture for Sale  Mr������. ,1. I), nrah'iini offer.*! for. **������lo the��������� whole  of tlu; contents of her ihyelirin., H';;*;>n'l htr'iiil.  Persons de-dronx of pyreliftsini,' will [.lease eau  at the house on and after the ������th inst. betw .-oil  the iiourti of two p.m. and live pan. ,    '������"-���������?���������������:  FCR SALE.  C!ioi('(. residonllal property on Mackenzie  Avenue. Three Lots next Io Or. McLean ������  residence;   Apply to J. M .' Scott.  For* Sale Or Bent.  A seven mumed house for sale or rent. Apply  to J. Kcrnaijhan. July 1. tl  TO RENT  Furnished Kooms to let.    Apply l'> R. Tap.  ping. July 17 1 iuo.  Cedar lllll.. . ... ..  '...'Walter, See'y, IttlMiiH Winners   Institute,  ���������flttngctf ll'trlxir',. ��������� .-���������"���������������������������''/. -. ������������������.���������������������������''.-������������������. '   *.V  K. A. liroiyii, Hvn'i'i I'elta I'armprV.Institute,  r.adiier. .   .V.'  '*'".,"      ''  ll. li.iMS, H-tr.'y, :Sti.-n.:y   1-nriners' Institute,  Bur.-ey Centre.     ���������'- :.*���������.'���������'��������� ���������,  A, ll. I'.*' MatliOWi Ki'e'y   I.aiixley Fanners'  fnstltiite, I.iuiKley. ������   , .  AU:x.    I'lilllp.   .Sed'y,    IS>clirnoii.<l Farmers'  Iriytltute. Vaneoiiver.:    .,  A.   Mi  V'ercdicjri...  Hec'y,   Mlsulon   Farmers'  Institute, Mission City.   :  Ci.   .v. olindsei',.He'n'y CJIiilliwack Farmers'  Institute. Chilllwaek. ..*..���������_  Win. ,'ireen, Heft'y, Kent fanners'Institute,  Agassiz,   .   '  .I.M: U'ehsler, See'y Maple  l-idjci* Fanner*'  Institute. W'elisters Oomers.    .  Jolin   I'.all,   See'y, Miitsqtil Farmers'   Institute, Ahliotsford.;.  A. ll.   Urli'liti.n.  Sec'y'    Osoyons    Farmers'  fnsttiite. Keloiynn.  VI I*. Horsier, see'y, spiillumcheen farmers'  Instliiie, Arin'slronir.  S.M. MeOnire.See'y, Salmon   Arm Farmers*  Institute,.Salmon Arm.  .1. ]���������'.Smith, See'y Kamloops Farmers' Institute, Kam loops.      "_".'','_, VI  II. Perev Iloutces, Sec'y, Oxanagnn Farmers'  Instilute.'Veriioh.  J. It. ANDERSON,  rii'puly Minister of Agriculture,  Dcparlmciit of Agriculture,  '..._     Victcirln, Ji. v.. May 8,1901.  ,*'.;:;;;;,; vStai-ting0uh;e';;ipt^  wi 1 rvma!ce*.themin '-tffojntCo^iyt&X;:.  ''i:7i{7*iyWi}777'Gaa$  FtE VEL33jQKE,; B. C.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E.:\V. B. Paget, Prop.  Prompt delivery of piircids.'djii-ipitge, etc.  to any.part of the city. .= ;'       .���������*���������'���������  Any Kin., of|:-Transferring,  ���������:":^^^'V.-v.-iijh������ier^k_ih:'^;l:::?VA:v;;  All orders left nt.'K. M. SinyHie's Tohaeeo  Slore, or hy Telephone No.7 will receive prompt  attention.:    ,-.    ;::.,'.,V'..-:':.'j:^:.':.:-'���������';:..   J,'-'.::: '-V'.:  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.  ���������-'.;'���������"''.:-''/''';V.;;CIieap;:RateS:;_:^VVv.v..������v  ;:v'."/v'; ''Now" in Effect to the  *-.'J:>.'.  EXPOSITldN.  T. W." Bradshaw.  ���������.*������������������;���������"...Agent'- '-'L- "LiLr.  V llevelsioke.  ���������.'J,':E..CoyI.e.'i.'.i  V:' .Assist. Gen. ���������,  Fassenger Agent  ���������������������������'  Viineonver..  BAKEK, CONFECTIONER,  : and caterer. Etc. :. ..'..-  CHOICE GROCERIES.  aRAHAM BREAD���������  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  ��������� 7m  M  -Mailorders promptly and carefully  ** v      ; attended to.  P. O. Box  ^-Revelstoker^B.C  n  it  '*'M .'I  B  : iXStiVrrizs/Kf^^^ir^rfirr^y^^^j.-^  ITSCSiSh  I  Ills  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AMD SATURDAY.  Takes a "Dla  ?_o������ I  " the first rank of Journals in this  'Vine  it OO  'It  i.oS mining1, ts]  .egraphic 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   he&n  drawn to Hallway  matters, and recently it has definitely taken np  the task of forming' itself into a vehicle of railway  news in which railway employes all over British  Columbia and Alberta will find the news of the  Great Railway System to "which they belong, and  of personal and the happenings affecting themselves and their-fellow employes.  THE HERALD ,  has long enjoyed the largest circulation of any  paper" published in the district,  which  is-now  rapidly increasing among the Bailway Men East,  West and South.   It is hardly necessary to point  out to any shrewd businessman the advantages  which it thus offers as an advertising medium  throughout the entire field which it covers.  fe***.  a  JL  4t^'m  <&&s&^&fes.g iWi___?&J3*-g.g   *$&.*%$  PrPW  ������!_& fi a  _raaa  **!������  umn  $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-  ern British Columbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced equal to anything of-the'  kind executed in 'the large cities by much larger  Printeries.  BFB&gi  ERiS8  3 -jt'sn w tsi'S T*r f-i i-sM irts      i������ra ������?-  v ������!���������# El S3J*  H  B* F&ft sa Ca is *wa  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"HEKALD~does hbf^llunvEo*BestEe~  only printing house .in the district*.,but it does  claim-to be"  \m  s a 111****** fi s s t*#  3,.  i ���������*���������? W c  s saw  0 ���������*���������*. S i* -^  *&*-_���������'   I-***?  v^.* gas*  ���������"ST"  8   /  <uatc  -&?  And in a position to give as .good value for the  jpa.ee in  3 given  by any other house of'-the'kind in   British Col  umbia.   Write for SamiBles oi  turned out promptly.*,  One  Printing. Allwork  price to all. I^ojbb  can be too large or-too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail. ,  ���������rinted and Published hy  LIMITED L_AS3!L1TY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  ty.  i %  Bfe-BtoVffi'gag.fflSagSE^^ -r~i\,ktWA'&>r^-ti*4irrs&Kf!^^  LEGAL  J   7.1.HC'OTT    IJ. A., 1,1 .11.  1 I'm rimer,      l-'oll< it.>.*,    Nolin v    l'liiiiii-,  I McKi-ii'-iu Avi-imt", JtuvcL-iDUc slnliuu.  .Miuii'y in Inmi.  Certificate of Improvements  mm.i-.rn'  NOTK E  T-JAl'Vl:V, M*<.'AIlTi.\ .. l'lNKllA.M  Umn  trf, *-.illt*it.*l*l.  1.1c*.  Solu-iU.i**. fur Iini urinl llnnlv i.f c:-in:iil>i.  t.iiiiipunv inmK tu limn *it K por ci'iit  j-'iii-t sTiii'i.i, kl'm.1 .niko.-tiitioii, j:. c.  MEDICAL.  t   \v. r.ro**.-**,  Ollice:     .Miii-i.oii;:ii*  SI. I'.r.. <i>.'  IU-iillli O Hi ���������������������������.���������.*, CH*, <  .wi'lim*,   lti".*'*l\lo!:c,  to Tin: c. I*, li,  il l'c.\(.'i\l'il.*..  ll.l'  CHUf.Ol-lt������S  mi:iik.|ii-.i* i iit'iu'ii, I!i:vi:istciki:,  J'le-K'liin^ **ct\i('0. ut 11 ft. in. nml 7::.<) p. in  Cli.**- liicifiui:! i.i llie* I'lu**.: .il llio iiiui-iilii*..  ���������.ci'vii'c. Snblnitli Sfhoiil u ltd liiblol-lu*-*, nt :i:,:u  Wrckly I'riijur .Mi'i-mii; every Wi-ilnc-ilny  evrnin*; ul 7:.'.n. Tlu* pulilic 'nri* cor.linll*.  limlcil.   Sent*, fret..  r.isv. (J. I,u>.\'i:i*, I'lctor.  "Doi'ii," "I'helma" and ������������������Ul.--.i--i"  mineral cliiiiiis hilii.tic in llie J.aideau  Mining Divi.-icm ci "West Kootenav  Di-tric-l*.  Where localed: Aloiiir Pool Creel*:  n li< mi, J, mill* nl ii i vi* lu id^e.  TAlCl*. NOTIOI'" l1i.il i, F. C. Green,  'if Nclhou, ai*l in^ ;is ajri-nl I'or B. E.  Cicivc. Five Jliiici'.-i CiMtilic'ili* Nn. 15.  *.ii.r*_, inu'iul. -sin 1 y ilny.- fnun tin* date  hereof to apply tn llu* .Mining i*ecoid-  i'i' I'm* c ci Mil all"- > 1' miju iivi'iui'iit-. I'm-  ihi* p*.ii j)i*-,v cl' iil.l.iiiiii:^. Uruwii  !?i'.iiu ; ul I hi* above i l.-iiin**..  And l*n��������� i l������i-i- i-ikfiiiit.il-..* ili.il act ion,  .uiilff section :.7. iiiiwi. In* L*oiiiiiu*iii*L*rl  lifl'on. till* i*-,ll.llll*L. nl' mii-Ii i ci tilicMU'.0'  i>r iiiipi'ivi'iiii.iit**,.  D.iicil Uiis M ilny uf .rune l'.'Ol.  !���������'. C. (.lltiiic.v.  M.  rillll:*, Llll'lilll,  ASCI.IC'A.V.  KIkIiI ii.in., lliily KiicliiirNl; 11 n.iu., malins,  .'.itiiny nml si*riii!in (Holy l*:iii:li>ii*isi hi'.-t Mni-  ���������lii*. in Hit1 nu.mil); U:.Ki Siniiliiy m linnl, nr  -.'liil.li-ouS sor*. :<���������..* 7:::ti Kvoiimiii^'ii'ImuiiI) nml  ���������.-.muni. Ilnly Iiii.m���������The Holy Kiiclnn i-l 1*.  ft..If liri'.ioi! at 7 n.in. ui-ll ii.in., h*. iiiituiiiiiciiil.  5_j,Iloiy UuptiMit ufiur Kiiiuliiy Scliool m:i:l.",.  C. a. I'KULiiNir.i'., Huvinr.  Certificate of Improvements  i'ia:-i!YTi:i*iA.**. ciiukc n.  Service every Siuuluy nt II u in. unit 7:.:t. p.m.  to N liicli nil mi' wolcu'iiie.     I'riiyei* iiieelin^ at  ii \t. in. everv W etlnc*.iluv.  iti'v". ������*. c. Cti-HKii, I'.-i-tor.  1IOMAN  CAT liril.lc.' LIIUI'.CII.  Mn*;s   nl 10:",0 n. in.,   on   Ural,   second  und  fourtli Siindiiy*, In tne inontli.  IIIIV.   I'ATIIKI!   TllAYIlll.  .Mcetilli  Struct.  ���������SALVATION   A11MV.  ; every niglit in tlieir Hull on  Front  Gold Range Lodge IC. of P.,  No. 26, RevelEtoke, B. C.  "Moots ovory YVo.lnosclnv in  OiUll'ollmv*.' Hall at SuVfoeU  Vioiriu^ Ivnicilits invited.  O.'BuiillinRK. IJ. (J.  ":    :    :    :    :    :  :    : F. XV. JMackinhot, K. oi*' K. -.t ii.  NOTIL'I..  "(Jhulli" "Tiiscnn" and L. V. (Tr.ic-  liciii.il .Miiioi-al Claims siluato. in the.  I.iiuloau iMiiiiuir Divit-iun of West  Kniilonay Dihli'icl.  Wlii-io located : On I_i."*:ii'.'-;ton  iMinuuain Soutli West nl' Kvn mini'.  TiiUu notice ��������� li.it I. F. C. C-10011. nf  NoImui. iiclinj.; a*, auoiit I'm* Audiow F.  K.i-on!-oi*i-*-i*i*, F. X\. C. 13. SOaSt aiul  the Imperial 1 Welopinont .Syndicile,  liiiuili-il, l.'ioe .Minor'-. C'ei-tili'calo Xo.  IJ, 22l)jii, inteiiil, .ixty ilnys linin Llie  ilnti* lieieol, tu apply lo'lhe .Mining  Uecoidoi' loi* t.-ci'lilicate**. of iinpi-ove-  iiieiils, for 1 lut puipn.xi* uf olitiiiuinp  (Jiown Krauts of llie aliove 11 litus.  And I'lii-the). t.*t!;e nolicn 111.1L  action,  ii'.kIoi- .section '31, iniisrt In* i.iinini.nci-cl  lii'foto the issn.-iiii-u of such corud-iiu-.  ol' iiiipi'Oveini.iHH.  Dated this. Uibl. day of .rune 1001.  F. C. (juicKN-.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE  *-*fe  No. 1C58.  .���������iepiiilur mectinc.s c.io lieKl in tht.  Oililt-llou's Hull on ihu Third Friday of eneli nionlli, nl S p.m. slnirp.  Vibitiug bretlit'en cordinU*'invited  THOS. KTKICD, U'.M.  W.U.I'IKNEY.Itee.-Sec.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Itovftl School of Mines, London.    Seven ypn*-**  nt "Morln   Work*,,  Swanson.     17   venrs   Chiel  Chi;mi*-t   to Wiyim Co.i! and   Iron Co.,   Cnu.  Luu: c.lieiiilst nml As**iner, Hull Mines, Ltd.  Cliiiiiis -....-milled tuul reiiorted upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  TSDWAUD A. IIAGGEiS-,  Mixixg Enginekk,  Member .\ineri,ciin Institute Minins -.nj-'iiicr;,  ilemtier (Jiuiudiuii 1!iniiig Institute.  KEVELSTOKE. 1!. C.  Examination cf '"id reports on Mineral properties a .specialty.  it.'?! i?^,v  "Jolcui*"' JMiuoi'iil Claim, situ.ite in  the Lu-de.'iu Mining Divi*.ion of Woit  Konli.nay Distiiet..  When, located : On I.exiiiRton  Mountain iidjoii-.ii)^ Eva fji-oup on  We.-.l.  Tiiko notice; tl1.1L I. F. C. Gfcon, of  Nol-011, acting as ji^ent foi* the Imperial Development .-ivudieati.* T.iinilod.  Fioc* -Minei's Cei-tilicate Xo. IJ, IJ'JO-IO,  intend, sixty clays fiom tho date hereof, to upply 10 Iho .Mining Hot-order  for a certificate oT improvements, for  the puipose of obtaining a Crown  <;r.inl. of ilie above cliiim.  And I'm l.hei* lake notico.that action,  uiidei* section 37. must 'ie commonceci  lielViit* the ihsiianc'L' of such ceilificale  of iiiiprovemenls.  Dated this liist day of .Tunc. 1001.  F. C. Gkeicn.  The   Chairman of the B. of L.'  E. Explains his Attitude   on  Conciliation.  In a letter ivhich has been given out  to the*   pii-a-i    for   publication    Ch.-u**-.  lJnpe, j70iier.il chairiuan,   Q. p. ]{, j.y.-  tCMIl. Ii. of   \j.  P.. S.IVM  "I noticed in tliepiiliii-.lietl,u'eoiiritof  I-*i'U.-iJeut Wilson's circular,  July   Vi,  to   tiie  .-trikiin.;  ui.iitit.ii.uicc of  wav  men. Lhat, owing to a niis,ippi*eliensio"n  of   the  facts   he conveys in ihem the  impression th it I was nni   in favor of  the pioposed  plan  of   conciliation by  ihe general chairmen of the five ruil-  \y.iy orgaiiiv-.-itions.     I ivi-,1* to correct  this wrong impression, nnd 10 say that  I   have  always  favored the proposed  plan   ot  concilialion,   whicli was sug-  K-iSted to me by a large number of the  e igineers by letters and resolutions  of  j'inl meetings.     The   only difference  of opinion  between  the other general  cliiii-min and myself w.-i* to the best  mo.li. or piM^'eed'.ire   in   carrying out  the   expressed   wish  of our members,  the other chairmen in llu* wefrt-  wish-  iiifC   to   go   to   Montreal totthwiih to  oil'fi their service*;,  while I thought it  lie.-t to obtain the consent of the A'ice-  President ofthe C. P. R. and l're.sident  Wilson of  the   Brothei hood   of Ruil-  way   Truckmen   of  America   for the  proposed committee to act liefore putting the  seveial  general chairmen to  the expense nf convening in -Montreal.  Thus  ynu   will  see iliac my reason for  not   going   to   -Montreal ut once was 11  puie matter of detail, but us President  Wilson was not aware of this fact,  he  naturally concluded I did not  wish   to  ac!.   The fact thai I have spent n. week  in this  city with Mr. A. Shaw of the  Order of Railway Conductors and All*.  A. Johns of the  Hrotherhood of Railway   Trainmen,   in   an    endeavor   to  obtain   permission   for   the   proposed  .  Board of conciliation and mediation to  act, should   be   conclusive   proof     of  what my  views are  iu regard to the  proposition of conciliation.  GRIEVANCES  ye*. A        -ov**-*..-      -A-*1*.  Rod Rose Decree meets second nnd ronrtl  Tuesdays of each mouth; White Rose Po-rrei  meets third Tuesday ofeach iiiiartur, in Oddfellows Hull.   Visiting hrethron weluomo  WM. WAT-SOX, HY. EDWAltUS,  President. Secretary.-  Cerlificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Imperial" and "Balfour", mineral  claims, situate in the Lardeau mining  division of West ICootenay district.  Where located: . On Lexington  mountain, so'ulli of the Eva mine."  Take notice that T, F. C. Giec.n of  Nelson, iii-ling a.*, agent fur J. 3. Folev.  F. M. C. 13. *.20.'0. Corv .\Ienhen-_k, F.  M. O., B. 32.(121 ancl John Breiinand.  L'"ieo Miners Certitlcati- No. B. '3'20'il,  intend 00 days from the date hereof, tn  apply to the Milling.- Recorder for  Certilicate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Ciown C!rants of  Iho above claims.  And fiirthoi* take notice thataction.  under section 31. must be ceimuriiceil  h.-il'-iro ihe issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this Sth d.iv of June.  1.09.  F.C. GREEN'.  Certificate of- Improvements  NOTICE.  'H.   EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BTKDS, lill; JIOUN'TI'I*,  l'nrs Cleaned and Iie.-aircd.  I.OVKRING'S OLD STAND     :     Socond Street  Inspection  tsi  of      Metalliferous  Mines  INSPI.CTORb' DlfcTUICTS.  TH'*' Iiis|ici'tora of Metalliferous r.-tine*-are  hereby aligned tlio followuiK as their respuc-  Live lu.s*ie(.|i(i.i DistneH wilh heailqiiarter.*, a*i  noted. Sni'h ii-siiriinient m mice place from  Juin- I'llli.lWU, limit mnher notice.  AI'.UlllllAl.li DICK, Ini.|ieetnr.  Heaihpiiirters.    Cranhrnok.    ollice   of  Deputy Minin*i; Uecorder.  liiipculinii Dioirict -duill comprise all of  Kast Ivootenay and al**o liom Ki\et* iiiiiiiu*.  Division of West l-Tooleiniy.  lu  addition   tu  the  duiics   of   Inspector of  Metalliferous mines, Mi. Die!: will also actus  Inspector    of   L'uul  Mines  within lhe Mime  Dl'iti'ict.  J AM liS Mcr.KEfiOB. Inspector.  lleadi|iiarler^,     Oflicu      of       Jliuin*.;  lleciirdcr. N'eKon.  Inspcciimi   District  **hall   comprise   all   of  We*il   Kootena*.*    c.veerit  Cloat   IM'.'ej  Mininj*  Division ami nl**o tho Oriin.l l*'or'h-s and Keiil*.-  llivcr Milling Ul*.isions .if Yale District.  THOMAS MdltUAN, lu-pector.  lli.iiililiiarter.s, CloverninentJ.uilding**,  yniuilino.  Iiiifi'i'iliin nisirict. Vancouver,'Island and  C'oii^t District.  Jlr. Moricnn linlso Inspector ol Coal Mines  for I lilt llistrict.  Notice Ik hereby uivon of such Inspection  lli*itrlcts un.l iiml In accordance v, ith the.  ���������'Inspection ol Mcialliieroiis Mines Act, lb'J7,"  1111.1 AiiLjiiilin*,' AcH, notice of :iecideiit*i to  oinplo>es ImppcniiiK w11i 1111 nnv of hitch Dis-  iriets nuisl he proinptly reported both totlie*  Inspector of such Dislricl and albo 10 the  Minister of ."���������Il::*.*i, Vietorhi.  In min...*! noi Ineliiilcd in the above- Ill.-lrlcts  iniiiiiiKurM will repoit. in duplicate, to the  Minister of Mines direct, who, if lie cotiiider*.  it iu.ces**nry,-will h*.*,1i.u an Inspector to  specially report  Jthuik forms upon which to *.nal:o report** ol  such   accidenl*.   may   be   obtained   irmn   the  Inspccior of   the   District, from   the   Minim;  Hucurder, or upon application tu this ollice.  ItlCHAKDMcBitlllE,  Miniiter of.Mines.  Denarlmcnt of Mines,  am June, l'JOl.  JsTOTICE-  Notice thai rue month after date I Intend to  npplv to lhe Chief Commissioner of lands and  Works for pcnni'slnn to purcha-.c 8SJ acre" of  hind situate on ihe Northea-t Arm of Arrow  Luke, in the district of Went Koolenav, I!. C ,  nnd .le=crll������*d as follows: Coiilinenci'mr at 11  post planted on the north shore of the North-  eastArm ol l.pperArrow Lake, 2iichiiins**oiiih-  -ivestofthu mouth of ISig Creek and marled  ���������'Fred Kobin**on'.s Southwest corner; thence  north 2l> chains; thence east M> chains; thence  ���������oiitli '2x1 chains; thence *.ve**t followinf: thc  north shore of said Arrow Lake XLO chain*, to  the .-ointof comrnenrement. '  Dated 19th July, 1901.  uly 'JJ-1 iuo.       * Fred. Robinson.  C.K. Skene, Agent.  "Bluo Jay" -Mineral Claim, situate in  the I-iiudoiiu mining division of West  Kooienay llistrict.  Where   located: On  Lexington  Mountain  one-third of a mile south of  llie. JLOva mine.  Take notice that I. F. C. Green of  Nelson, acting as agent for Dan Mi-  rntosh. Free Aimer's Certilicate No. 15.  3201G, intend 00 days from the dale  liereoi'. tn apply " to the Minirg  Recoi dei* for a Certificate of Improve-  _iiic_nts.,_ifri_i_jh_L__|j__u*p^sju_of_c^itai_i_Lin lr.a  Crown grunt ol tlie abtive claim.  And further lake notice that action,  under section '31, musi, be commenced  before the - i-sii.inee of such certilica le  nf improvements.  T'atvd this 1st clay of .lune. ir.01.  F. C. Chisicn.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.  "Tholmn*' (fractional" and "Canon"  (frac-lioii'il) mineral claim*, situate in  the Lardeau milling division of Wesi  Koi.ton.iy district.  Where located: *|Oti Pool creek  adjoining the Thelma and Dora mineral claims.  Take notice "tlvit I, F. C. Creen of  Nelson, acting as agent for the Imperii.1 Development .Svndieate, Limited.  I'Ve Miners Certilicate No. Ii. .������'I0.  intend (.0 days from the date iieienf. to  apply t<> the" Mining Recorder lo*  certificate of improvement*-, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown grants of  the above claims.  .And further lake notice that action,  under -taction 37, must be comim-nced  before the issuance of such certificates  oT improvements.  Dated this lirst day or Juno. l'JOl.  F. C. Giti-iix.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICK  Rossland mineral cl lim. situated in  the Lai dean Mining Division of Wes-l  Kootenay District.  Whore located: On Lexington Mountain Soutli of the Eva mine.  TAKE NOTICE that I. F.C. Green,  of Nelson, ac ting as agent- for Corv  Monheniek F. M. U. B. ft! 021 and .1. j"-  Foley Free Miner's Cettif.t-.-tte No. 13.  S2,0.T0, intend, sixty days fiom thetlate  hereof, to apply totlieMinitig Reronier  for 11 certificate of iinptr.vemeut.-. for  thu purpose of obtaining a Crown!  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37. must be commenced  bpfore the issuance of such certificate  of improvements'  Dated this Sth dav of June 1001.  F. C. Green.  To Be Heard at Revelstoke in  '   August.  The following letter has been re-,  ceived by secretary Shaw of the Board  of Trade.  "EKICE OF THE COM31ISSIONER OX  RAILWAV KATE GRIEVANCES.  . WiNBSOK, J uly 20.���������To the Secretary "  of the Bom d of Trade. Revelsloke���������  DearSii: I shall hold an investigation  into the question of railway-rate griev-.  ancesiii your district cl tiring ihe inontli  of August. I shall inform you of the  date of the investigation when my  western itineru-y is definitely arranged. The investigation will be held in  the Board of Trade rooms in Revelstoke. I trust that you will be able to  give the matter such currency in your  district its will inaiue the fullest presentation of information bearing on  rate grievances. 1 would suggest, that  your association should have a written  statement prepared outlining in detail1  the gtievances complained ol by your  members. This statement would be  submitted before me at the meeting in  Revelstoke by a represenlive or re-  pieser.taiives of your association. I  may say, also, that if anv of your  members or other parlies concerned  desire to see me pi ivately in regard to  rate complaints. I shall be pleased to  make arrangements for this. Yours  truly,  .S*. .I.M'LEAif.  Commissioner on Rales.  Vancouver -Streat   Fair.  The manager and members of com-  mil'.ee of Vancouver -Street Fair are.  working like beavers to get*everything  in readiness for the opening on Aug.  oth. The fair is sure to be a hiiRe  .**ut.ce*-s and to give everyone anoppoi-  Umitycif seeing it the C. P. R. will  make a specially low rate of single  faiuforlhe "round trip from Revelstoke and all stations west of Revel-  .-lul:u. tickets lo be on Mile. Aug, -4. to*  7 inclusive tnd good to return leaving  Vancouver not later than Aug. 11th.  Map of Big Bend District.  _Tbo Herar.D has just received frc.m  u.e celebiaied firm of I'nliuan Bros.,  Winnipeg, a map of lhe Bin Bend district from Revelstoke to Goldstream,  litliograplied iu colors. The topographical feature*: of I'm* map are the work  of Mr. 1. T. Brewster, who lias hepn at  gieaL pa!ii_*= to secure acrm.icy in this  respect. Tin* map i*. on a good-scale,  f.-ur mile*, to the inch, anil i.s clear, in  design and atir.ictivi! in appearance.  A good map of ihe Big Bend is something for which theie h-.s been a tle-  iiiand for ������*om ; Um ��������� p.i*,t and the  IlKlt.M.u believestli.il this one, which  it i.- now pil'eiiiie tn ihe public will All  the bill. Price 50c. a piece, apply at  [Iehai-I; otlice.  ���������Special  sale   of ribbons.   Madison  Pailors.  FOR SALE.  Aliout 30 head of cattle, 15 pigs,  hordes, harness, wagon, sleigh, hugf?y.  two mowers, rake, plow and harness,  cream separator. churn, butter  ���������worker, tools, etc.  To be sold all together, and. if desired, with a lease of the place and the  privilege of buying with immediate  possession if necessary.  F.W. COLLIN,  jy-27-lm Enderby, B. C, .���������4Hr**W4rt*JM**'i''l*+'t*t't-*l*'i*'l''l'*'l'*'t*  1  Disinfectants!!  ?  Foul Drain*.. Closet.*-'.  Stable    or    decayim.  Karhage    need   cln-su  J attention. Don't wait  * for an epidemic to  4. break out, but get  +            some  t CHLORIDE OF  LIME  * CREOLIN, JEY'S FLUID  ? Carbolic Acid or Powder.  %     You can Ret any of thi'sc.. at  fr Canada Drug- & Book Co.'s Store  fr H "I II 'H"*H"f.*t.*f f.i.j.++-H-.H*l I*  kilr  tm-eyfo; #**& e4?tj{AAcrue*y/ ^^  m������ m������&������3!$������������<^������������������������������<&������������������������������<&������  ��������� -<���������  m  jr.  dyr-trtvy&yrua, ^<r  .  -fae/ sUf-tv ....   MARRIED  I'lcK-ARrj���������H.VBKISDN--O11 .luly Huh.  al-the Methodist elnn-eh. Vernon.  'I'. Dwight Pickuiil tn .Mi.-- -Minnie  I.. Harrison.  Notes of News.  tMWJI.  llo.-L'iiliei'^er nl' Nel-  MihIHihi  ���������Triiuiiied guilds at  eo-l.  .Millinery I'.irlt.r.-.  -- I'lciwer*-and Triinuiiiih'** hall prire.  Madibon Millinery I'.irlms.  W. Murray nnd .1. V. I'erk-* left  thi*; morning on the Nu. I mi a trip t"  Vernon.  .Mrs. Sibbald and daughter are awuy  nn a visit lei Mr. anil Mr**", reuse at  Kelowna.  Krne.-t Adair and F. .*.. .Sauiidnr.s  have returned from doing nsse.-snienl  work on I.aforme creek.  Miss Kvlyn Moore is visiting iter  former school mate. Miss Myrtle  Temple' ut the Calgary convent.  Flowers and ice cream will be on  sale at the dance in aid of the strikinj.  trackmen tonight in the opera   house.  AV. M. Brown is having the interior  of the Columbia House renovated and  redecorated throughout in first class  style.  J. Reighley reports 11 miles of trail  completed up the Jordan Pass and in  shape to take in mipplies by pack  horses.  .' J. E. Wood intend.- to commence  building immediately a 50 foot addition  at the back of his block on Fhvt St.  which will be used a.s a shop ancl warehouse.  A special in three sections passed  through from the coast this morning  ���������with the delegates to the Epworth  League convention at .San Francisco  on hoard.  AV. George of the firm of Taylor it  George has left, town for a holiday  tripto Vancouver and Mr. lingers of  Arrowhead is helping out'the stall' in  the store during his absence.  There is no use says.- [the Cranbrook  Herald, in "running a champagne  paper in a lager beer town." The  Herald itself is one of be������t edited and  best looking jacklegs in Kootenay. so  il ought to know.  If the Kelson Tribune will only look  a little closer it will see lhat our  statement as to miners' wages in  Rossland to which il lakes exception  was extracted from and credited to  the Rossland Miner.  'Torn Horn has made* a strike of some  fine free milling gold ore 1111 a claim he  owns about a mile up Gout creek. The  lead from which the sample was taken  is well defined and can be traced a  considerable distance.���������Topi'.'.  Mrs. W. Gross, mot her of Dr. Oo-:-.  is in town today. She and the doctor  are leaving in the morning fur Winnipeg lo be present* at tlie wedding uf  Miss Cross, who was visiting heie with  her brother last summer.  Miss Valentin** <->f the Canada Drug  ."cBook Co's stall' is away on a holiday   visit-.to_th"-__coa*.tLaud Mi***i_.l���������Ott���������is.  taking her place   temporarily.      Mi.-s  Valentine   is     accompanied   by     her  -   sister Miss I.illie Valentine.  Diiii'i forget Ihe daiii't- in aid of t lust ri king I r.'irkmrii tonight.  t'apl. and .Mr.-. Jackson nf I he Salvation Army are leaving for Feniie.  Pun'l furgcl lhe shirt, waist, dance  .it the ii|ii'i*.'i 11>him* Imiighl.  Min- Mi-lntvri* lel'l, ye.-leiilay inoriiing In,join her brother Kev. .Mr. Mc-  Intyrc at Ktidcrhy.  W. Fleming is not. lhu pound  keeper as was .-laled   in   error   i  lillle  niaii.  I iiue  llie  II Ki.'.u.n   sum  Fli'innm is I hi  Ai a Hireling of the licvcl.--.toke  Kink Co. Ltd.. held nn .Monday nl'ter  1 it><nt in .Mr. .1. M. Seol t's ulliee it was  resolved lo borrow f?2.*il)0 for llu:  purposes uf I he company.  In aid uf the striking trackmen,  shirt wuisl dance. July I'lsl. at the  Opera house. Tickets f-l)c. rel'resh-  inenls included. Orchestra in attendance.    A good tiinc is anticinatcd.  Rev. C. T. l'Suker oi' Jacksonville.  Illinois, gavo the Epworth League on  Monday niglit an interesting account  of the big convention of the League at  San Francisco, whicli he had just  attended.  Microscopical jf  Is   demanded in the Compcundirg c ; (^  Prescriptions; and out* care and  ���������the    results    of    experience     and  training���������assure   lhat   degree of 'ac  curacy.   And. in addition, our drugs  are always pure and fresh.       Biinj.  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE  A close examination of some   pieces  nf the   ore  brought   down   from   the  Camborne group by A.   F.   Rosenbcr-  ger and on view in  the   Canada   Drug }'., TT",. .., ,,,,..  & Book Go's window reveals   the   lact  that it contains native silver as well as j.  ���������  free gold. 1  G. F. CURTIS,  ���������M'lKen'.i'. .\ v*>  Sonic person undertook to bhilV the  men working on the. hospital site on  .Monday morning with the r:i)i.sc(pu*iici>  that the job of preparing tho ground,  which would easily have been finished  in a day with the willing labors of tho  large, crowd of men working on it, i.s  still incomplete]  .Secretary Shaw of the board of  trade reports that so far he has not  received, any mineral .specimens for  the proposed exhibit at Vancouver.  A.s the street fair begins on the 5th  Aug. Rig Bend mining men, who wish  to have, their properties represented  in the collection should lose no time  in forwarding specimen**..  J. Kernaghan has the. contract for  removing flic oldest school buildings  from their present position on the  east* fence of the school grounds to  the .southwest corner opposite the  Methodist church. The now buildings  are to go up partly on (lie present  site of those old ones and partly on  tliu now ground gained by closing  W'yinr St. and extending the school  fence 1,0 government road.  GOLD QUARTZ  FROM CAMBORNE  tfRtSE  v<r-Ji'-&j;-*'-4*.<s<:Jte4-<i''S'-4'-������'  Tklki'iiunk No. 101.  1'. 0. llox  _____!  Villi.  ,rt4i  m  No. E K.-W.-C. BLOCK, KELSON, B. C.  ">r ���������  Clolil, Silver I.0111I inni Cloppi-r Mines ii'tintiM! nl the ������BF~I'xi'liiinsP.  J'ruu Milling Hold I'ropertio*. iviintuil nionco lor Kiistcrii investory.  I'urlius liiiuii}.' iiiiniii*; properly for Mile txx-e requested 10 send samples ot their c  10 lhe Kxi'liiiii.-'irf-ir E.vliiliiiioit.  Altsiiiiiplc'ssliniilil I'useiub.: express Propuiil. Correspiindenee .solleiied.  A.ldre**'- nil roinniiinti'iilUnis lo   ANDREW F. ROSEN BE RGEf  Section Foremen Offered Five  Dollars a Day to Go Back to  Work,--More : Special Constables Dismissed By Kamloops Justices.  On .Saturday Ihe company oll'eied  tin; section lorenic-n on thi.s division  $5 a day and buck pay to go back to  work with thc'allernativi* of evacuating tin.' company's seel ion houses, if  they continued to refuse to work.  Both llio oj'l'ei* and lhe threat weie  disregarded. Must of the striking  I rack 111 cu, who were in town urn now  at-woik in other placus, wages being  good ail over and I lie ili-'iniind fur men  in exce.-s   of Lhe supply. The  com  pany is paying the Italians brought in  to   fill   Die  striker.-'   places $1 2*> and A Q^zy MajVs FooHsh Crinie.  giving  double  time,    ll would be per-1 , ,   ,  ',.,,'- , ,*        ,1 ,    ���������     A    .'Yenchnian named   I.egassy was  lectlv   hope ess   for    lhe  coinpanv  toi .    , .   ,,* ,,,    -M  ",,    ' .- , .       ,    brought  nasi night froin I llecillc.vaet  expeclit.il get section .men-to woik  at I -    , . . .,  ., iii* ,.-    .*  11 ���������������������������.1.        ic'oaigei       ivit.li    throwing    open      tin*  the   old    figures   I Ins tall even ll tliei e j su .^ ;(t, ,l(, ^x;,^-^,.,.? against .1 In*  wore no  othei-  comitderatious to keep   n,-ii# ->   ..mrineer  \V. H. Nicholson. The  them   from  going back, except, the big ��������� 1 rain 1 an. on  lo  Nclscn, B. C.  ^w������5K7Ji������*wi" ���������"��������� .'r.y'.^..tl.^-rr!rrrrrtrrr-rTnrwi.s..r.P!i!tA .t..iTmjn..,jnjwv-irr^-r^r'.T''..A mi m.  ' horn of all authority nnd cannot, be  reappointed except with the consent  of the justices by whom they were  dismissed.  As a matter of fact it is open to question if those men ever had the right to  act as constables. Tho law provides  lhat upon the appointment of railway  constables, flic company shall record  lheir names with tho Clerk of tho  Peace for thc county in -which they  .Iru to servo. The names of Hobson  and Ward are not recorded with Mr.  Po.irse. Thu C. P. H. company are  liable to a fine of not. less than &.0 ami  not more than .-ji.-iOno for failing to  comply withthisprovision.���������Kamloops  Sentinel.  ariT2Jjrw.ltai.tv.i,.lirircnr^rm^rrvr^rti<i,r.  REVELSTOKE  Steam Laundry Gb.'y.  A Wonderful   Display  of Free-  Milling   Ore  From the Camborne   Group   on  Fish River.  Tliere is a great display of ore in the  window of Lhe Canada Drug .mil Book  Co.'s .Store.    It was brought   in   from  the  demand for labor,  prevailing just now I'''i^1' Wils  '"ought  I inissionei* Paufjiiici  lliionghnui   llie   west  to   handle liie  siding. Tin* pri***-  liffcire (riold Coin-  Ihis iimi-ning  and  I remanded till 10 a.  m. on  Fiiday.    Hi*  IA Ciialleoge ;-  We challenge anyone in  Revelstoke * to give .substantial reasons for supporting Chinese laundries  Jn exchange wc offer to  give 10 good reasons why  Chinese laundries should  not be patronized.  Manilob.L wheat crop and carry out ' shows signs of not being in his rigli  the different pieces of railroad eon-! uiiiiil. The trackmen deny that he i**  striiction now   111   hand   in Konteruiy ; 01"'nl t'U: sLl ik<-'''s*  and   t tu* Boundary country.      In   fact;  -~  witli work so plentiful   the   danger i.-j Map of Hig Bend  District,  that tbe strike iniiv die   out owing   to*  Uie trackmen being .-,i tract ed .--.wav to '.    The Hera i.o has just, received from  other points aud   finally settling vet- I '���������'<' celel-iated firm  of Bulman  Bin-.,  maiientiy down in other pla< es and in  other occupation's.  --���������***-Sp������-.&i.^H...---.-*T^  of his position on    the   proposed   con-  | ciiiation ciiinmitlec moveni"iir. reccut-  Clf  ' Winnipeg, a map ol' the J*Sig Bond  dis-  j irict from lievelstoke   to   Goltlsl lean).  In the Canada Drug & Book Co.'s  store window can be seen specimens ot  the Herald map of the Big Bend.  Accurate in design and attractive in  execution these maps are meeting with  h. big demand.    Price 50c. each.  Capt. D. Paul Hughes. Dr. Maratta  and Jos. O'Brien of the Dui-uesne  Mining Co. came down on Sunday  from their visit to the company's  properties in the Big Bend..very well  pleased with what they saw on their  Tip*  St. Peter's vicarage grounds looked  verv prettv last night lil up for the  Talent Society At Home, -which was  well attended. The Bevelstoke Independent band were in attendance  and lendereci a first class piogiammi*  of select ion-.  .J. B. McKenzie. who with his partner Angus McKay, owns eight claims  adjoining the famous (ioldlinrh  property and who has bonded ihem  to A. F. Boi-enberger was in town  yesterday. The Goldfinch and these  eight claims are now known as the  Camborne group.  T. D. Pickard, assayer. formerly a  resident of Bevelstoke, was married  in Vernon to Miss Minnie Harrison on  the 10th inst- Tlie happy couple have  set up house keeping in Fairview fiii  the southernOkanagun. T1ii*Hkiiai.ii  extends congratulations.  There is to lie a great mineral exhibit at the South East Kootenay  exhibition to be held in Cranbro-ok in  .September. A. XV. McVittie is ihe  ���������secretary of the undertaking. Tliere  i*< also to lie a baby show. If with  ..nr usual lack of'interest and indifference to every project mooted for  advertising this town and district we  _fj.il rosend any 'minerals. Bevelstoke  m:ght conceivably manage to !><��������� represented by a baby.  the  Camborne group,  which int-luih-s  the rainoiis Coldfiiiih. bv _\. F. Bo-en-  '.icrger   ami   i.-   a  fair sample   ol the i ly written by Gen- Chairman Pope  average ore on the pioperty.   Iu a gold jti,c- H' ,,f L' K'   l,u"   W"'l������"*-    V"i������'  pan   above   is   tlie  result of panning'"*'"''  about  2 lbs.   of tin:  ore! in the Herald  oflice. The pan shows aliout .IOc. worth  of gold iu sizes varying I'roni small  nuggets lo fhi-r fibur gold. From this  showing a fair estimile. of the value of  this wonderful piopeity may he  obtained. It i.s worth wliile 10 recollect in ihi-) connetiioii that the lead on  the Goldlincli has been ti,iced over ,1  width of 10) feet and there aie indiea-  ciitions that, it   very   pn������-ihly  extends  to thi cm*   times   lliat   width.      Iteeenl  ,1  stripping ha.- revealed the existence of  S distinct outcrops nulsiile of I.he   .ilea  covered bv the IO) foot ledge.  Kngineer j'opc* has a good  job. ai*d cpiitc nal ui-ally and just ifiably  wants to keep it. and he is impali-'iit j  of any interiuplion on his rniii-;  piiralive pr'isp.'riry. anil so wrif.s a '  good loyal letter, whicli -o far as it-  go.'S. is far mon; in tiie internals of '  tin* C P. II. than lhe trackmen. Like ���������  tiiou-.au Is more with 11 fair wind un I  llieir (;i!.-ii-ter. (,'hiirle*; Poin* has no j  objection whatever to trackmen boinvl  better paid, anil wotilcl pcrliap*. n'.illy j  like to -.re it. but taking   any   ri-k    or*  ii'.-il fealints of the map are the work  of,ill*. 7. T. Biewster, who has been at  -ileal, pain*-to seenrt*,accuracy in tliis  n^pcet. The map is on a good stale,  four miles to tiie inch, and is clear in  il���������ign and attractive in appearance.  A good imp of lhe H'rj: Bencl is some-  tlnri.. for wliich there has been a <i>-  n-a Iti fur -our-** linn* jiasr and the  f I hti.\tjl) believes tliat, thi-- one. wliich  i! i- now filVerii'cr to the public will fill  the bill. I'rice 50c. a piece, apply at  IInic.m.i; oflice.  ! JOHN D. 5iBBALD.N������y.a,c  AG-EHT   POB  REAL ESTATE  ( C. 1". !'.. TOWXSIT15,  ) ma ica Tcnvxsi rn.  fr FiTW A TtTPT A T     cCniiiiflu rei-miuii'iil A* Wusturn  fr rlnAllLlAL-.        '.'Uimln Moi'lBiiKC Oorpornlloii.  4, * iiui.iv.ini.   i Kiiufiiibiu .livings 1.U.U1 nml l.till.lia  ! INSURANCE !*. jgfi������  Im}������ori 111 l*'li*i..      Cliiiiriliiiii I'lro.  11 Klro.      C11I1.1I111111111 Kire,  ill lull I.i fl*.        Alius  I'ill.'.  Association.  Jlori'iiiuile 51 ro.  ) V '.     FOB SAL,IS. 110USISS FOI' KALI"*: AND RENT.  Address Revelstoke Station.  fr  l!l*W>s���������������������'!>���������*^llk*>���������!-'������^ft������������-^S^^������*������^������^l^������!^-*l^ *-^'&*^P&*&il>PP:������&m&PPP&PPp&3f  ]  \ BUKER-&SAXT0N,  J Proprietor... t!  ! tl  -.-rKjnsMTC3mjj?MFprgfi^^,Mjiai*pu..*pi.^m>,i^,  Honest admiration is'elected by  those who wear our clothes. They arc  always correct, elegant, Miiit.-.blo. "l.������ is  pleasing to bo well attired, and pleasing (o bu conscious that others admire  your taste. ' Uy" buying here you disarm criticism and usually save yourself cash.    .*....;' . r  HIGH CLASS LADIES'  ���������  CUSTOM TAILORING  . B Cressman the art  .'      ������-,  ' TATI   OP?  .MillU.NZIl*.   aVI-.NUJ*.  I.Hrgi. inul Well ..iglllcd  Kiiiiiplt! 'Coiiius   Ilciitc-il ty Hot Air nud Klcetriu  - Helix mid I.iKlit In every room  Free Hu*: Meets All Truins  Kell^OIllll)le Kiitos    LcHOTBL  VIOTORIA^ ���������  .JOHN V. PI5RKH, Pltoj'itiKTon  NiVht  Clrill ic._*)_: 1 ia I'Minei'lion for the Convenience of Guests  Ilourlv Klreei c.'nr  Hetivebi. llntelii* I >'lntifiii  G5������v������l!siE������ltor9 io^.  m  ���������-1&A-  f&i  i&i  SPRING and SUMMER ^    - - ^-^-^-gg*  Millinery  The Lntest and Most  Stylish Hats.  Trimmed and  Untrimmed  Madison   Millinery   Parlors.  AND  SEP. THE BABGAFNS AT  GUV BAltBHR'S IN  Watches, Clocks,. Etc. i  1844* Rodsrers Bros.' Flat Ware,  SPECIALTY ;.'_ ...   WATCH REPA1RINQ,,  TRUI-:  KRL'IT SVRUI'S  Ale ( hf f!;IVfH< 11SC������I   ;|[  i;KVVS     FOI.'NT.MN,  THK  ICKXKKAM   CSfU)  i.s tlie very hest and  true   to   its   name.  Th^rc it ninplo rt(-t:omin*fifJ!ilif)n  hi.]il;ifj lh(j ^f���������^*:���������f_;rl, wlurf yon  can Mt over yonr d'j.ieior.s r������'I  <*o*ri|itijc draiiglit while you r^fit  wilh \011r fru-n'ls uii'l enjoy  your.-elf fr'*ii������.*nillj.  WALTER BEWS, Phm. B.  Druggist ancl  Stationer. . .  r.oivs" m.ock".  tel. -is.  I making   any   i*x<*i-tion   or  .-.ii'iiiirt* i.-: j  [r|iiit.(> aiiolhi*!' propusilion." I  Writing ro lhe Voice. D.iit Stamp-r. ,  who i.s nor.' in  ('mini-ctioiil, ur.irani/.inj; ,  for tin: B. II. T. nl' A. ifivr-^ the follnw- i  Jiijr l'iitf-M of wa-^i*.-.   pr.-v.-iiliiii.:   in   tin*  New   Kriftlaiul   i-talcs:      Bc-ion   afi  Alh.'iny      I'liilroacl.      I'lii'i-iiicn.    S2.2.">. '  ti'.ifkinen   $1.."0:   Xi-v.-     Vn-.-U.     .V"\v '  Haven   and    Ifai-tl'or.!   lfaiiroad, fen:**.-" !  i:ic*ii,   i$2.'2T>.   trackmen    yl..V):  lio'-lon'  and Maine Ilailro.'td. Kastern, Westetn ;  and Son! Ii'.'i'ii division.-.-, foremen .SI.! I),  trackmen   $!..*>0:    Pilci'.lairg   division. '  fori'inefi fj'2.T>(l. tt.'ic-k:ii",:i .*^1.."0 !  moiii*: roNSTAnr.Ks i>i*-mi������sk.'.i. |  S|������:ci.il railwiy eonslaliles \V. .1. j  Ilolison and A. W'.iid. of lhe city ol"  VVinni|ii'*j. who liiive. lieen dniri^ duly  lii-twecn Note li Ilil! and ('iai<;ellacliie,  havr heen diMiiisscd. The otfler fai-  tlieii* flismi.-H.il was isined Tlinrs-ilay liy  .Instil es of the Peace: I). 3. Ale-Donald  and Jos'. L, f.andcr, of Kamloops. A  copy of the order was filed with Clerk  ofthe Peixve Peai.se. at:d copies 'eiyed  upon Supt. Maipolc .-ind tin* two  roii-itahles. Ilolison aiul Ward aie the  men who threatened a Crai^eliachie  imi if her with their revolvers, ami who  have, hy their oll'ensivc condnti. done  iiiore to provoke disti.rl'.nicc-s of the  peace I linn all Hie strik"i*s put ti-  fjellicr since lhe coinineiu enieni of the  strike.   Tliej* are  now  dismissed  aiul  T  raer  milng  from the  ii&J  Misses Shepard &���������* Bell ������  .McKeii/,ie Avi-iiiic      on'.'S        ' ~  -Printers  -   of  F-"ine  - -Oilice  - Stationery.  Including  L.'.TTf'.R   FfKADS  nxvLLorr-s  STATK.VFHN.SS  131 LL  IFF-ADS  NOTE  FFLAOS     _  SIlfPI'l.N'G TAGS.  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  i *.  FOR.3AL.E  '1 lie Oity of I'ovclMoki. hns 11 qiiutitllyof wire*  act!lira ix::i\ lit.aril*. n**i:.J In tin: ooiisirin'tinn  of tii*.- yiovt iiou*(. lenci* for snlo. ..p-.l.- f;. 1'..  11 ik*, 1 '11 v f.lijrk.  .lnl> ::i if  I ���������  WHEEL FOR SALE  f)n Mile fine iii-w fi'.". coluinliiii cliiiin Ijlt-ycli*  Will inl-c l.'i (lollnr*! for it.  Apply IIkkai.d 0llii:c.  j NOTICE  . N'OTK'l*' 1*- liori-liy |_'ivi*n llintHt tlii; (.'Xfiirn*  ' tf'in fi'tlilrlv-iliiv*! I -.bull iitiply to the* Honor  1 ni.If- Hn* c:iiji-f  ffiiniiil-slr.iii.r   nf   I.im  W't.rlo. U,r x.'-.tiitl���������lnxx In 1111 reluiv*.  Iiintrlf.t   of' Wi*-t   iCootuiiiiy  l**i nml  Jill   ftiTC*.  of  liinf! (ti   tl:o   Iii*,trlf.t   of' Wi*-t   ICootuiiiiy   ilf:*  , *"*,-ll,.*il a* follows:     f'omnif'iiflnic   nt   11" po**;  . filnnr'.ij nliniil tno flwiln*! In 11   nortli   u*c**tc*rlv  ��������� illrff-lii.n froin tii*'   (.oinl   uiiiTC*   Ki ill   c:ri*i*k  tr������H f*rii*.*..'M .V'.'iililonlf-k   f.'refl.'   unit   inurki..||.  *'.!. li. M"K**ii/if*"������ nortli west   <.i.ril'T."   llii'iicf'  wfillth   I'i r* hit III *i, llif-nf f 1'llJ.t -10 I'hHiii*!.   Itirncf  nortli *l'i "inilii^,. tlii'iii**: *.*,i������*it 111 cliiiiiiH   tn   tin:  point of c<*iiiin.*iir*f*!iii'iit.  Dun*.I llikfith Jnlv I Ml.  ���������I. I'.. -McK'KNZIK.  Jn I v .".I I in.  NOTICE.  The Revelstoke Water. Light and  Power Co. warn all parties to discontinue thc use of hoses and the wilful  waste ol water in any form. Taps must  be placed in perfect condition at once  under penalty of the law.  W. COWAN.  President.  LSTOKE  Lots will be sold at a considerable reduction up to  July 10th, 1901.  Now is the time for prospective purchasers to buy.  m  H. MAYNE, Sole Agent,  REVELSTOKE. !

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