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Array A  -.' i   / ���������'' -i JM  ���������; .���������',-1- ���������-^' 7  Vol    V.  No   67  REVELSTOKE B.C.     .WEDNESDAY,   AUGUST ������8, 1901.  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  m  fm  m  v#jf*jg**w*'-'*e&^-e&&*^^  This week we are offering our  entire stock of Straw ancl  Linen Hats, including Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at Cost  "All the newest and nobbiest  styles.  MEN'S   SUMMER   COATS  AND VESTS AT A GREAT  3^" REDUCTION -^  New in���������Big Stock of Ladies'  and Chiidrens' Lisle, Thread,  Cotton and '.Cashmere Hose.  Also a big stock of Gents' .  Hosiery in Silk, Cashmere,  ��������� and - Cotton, including the,  celebrated Health Hose.-  If you want a really nice  thing in these goods come  and examine our stock.  A few lines left which we are  offering at a great  reduction.  Don't   forget,   wc   carry  the  Biggest Stock of Heavy Hardware in thc City. It will pay  you to get our Prices before  purchasing.  Revelstoke Shewn to be   Now  ' .Entering Upon a Fresh Era of  Progress and Development as  the    Commercial   Centre    of  North Kootenay.  This year of grace 1001 lins heen  miu'ked hy more lliiin one aehievc-  mt'iit, which Revelstoke hits heen talking of this long t hue but lms hutl to  with, till now to see accomplished.  There ib in lhe liist place the completion of the wagon l'ond through the  canyon to Eight Mile. For this we  have to tliiir.lc our member, Mr.  Taylor and the present government,  who have been Lhe first, we have had  Lo heai'Lily recognize and endorse Lhe  reasonableness of the ideas on Lhis  subject so long conlendcd for by the  board of trade and progressive element  in lown. For veins the Ur-.it.YLD has  joined in season and out of season in  the contention that, the completion of  thi.s road was a vital necessity to the  development of the vast rich mineral  district lying noith of lievelstoke and  as a necessary consequence to the progress of the town itself. At last we  have the satisfaction of seeing these  ideas taken up by our present member  and government and carried out to  completion. By the end of the month  ii wagon road will connect this town  with the steamboat landing at Eight  Mile and one great stride will be made  in the direction of opening up the  mineral wealth ofthe Big Bend.  Further we have again the satisfaction of seeing another project which  has long been cherished by progressive  Hevelstukers well on its way to accomplishment. By the middle of next  month the" steamer Revelstoke will  leave the ways at Nakusp and take  her first.trip on the waters of the  upper river. On this head again  Revelstoke has to thank our member  and the Dunsmuir government for  coming to the aid with a substantial  subsidy of the energetic and enterprising business men of the town, who  have put up theii-good money in order  to cany^to 'completion a scheme, so  obviously calculated "to further the  future prospects of our little city. The  citizens of Revelstoke made this pio-  ject their own'hy their enlightened  and progressive vote on the bylaw  for bonussing the local syndicate,  which has it in hand and shewed that  they- knew how to appreciate the  spirit in which their fellow, townsmen  undertook the venture.  With the transportation question  into the Big Bend thus solved as far  as the first stage to the foot of Death  Rapids is concerned andTeaily fifty  miles of a mineral district rich in gold,  silver, copper and lead thus brought  within easy reach ot the town .it. cannot fail that considerable strides in  the development of the district will  take place almost at once. A glance  at Brewster's map of ��������� lhe Big Bend,  published by tlio-HEKALD will shew  that nil, the principal groups of claims  are already connected with the rivet-  by from eight to ten miles of trail, so  that once the steamer begins   to   ply,  thequestion of the transport   of  snp-  -_���������_-= ,_^_._-______, --^--. ________.___.,^.n  Duquesne Mining Co. and a local syndicate are actively prosecuting operations on placer leases of great promise  while on French and McOullougli  Creek are other rich plater properties I  and in Ground Hog Basin free milling  gold claims, which will very soon be  humming with activity once they are  placed within easy reach of their base  of supplies iu Revelsloke.  Taking these facts into consideration  it is obvious that this present year 31X11  marks the cntnmencement of what  might be culled the third stage in the  history of Revelstoke, taking ils early  years fioni its inception in 1SS4 to its  creation as a divisional point in ISOfI as  tin* (irsland the intervening or railway  town stage as the second. The taking  of the next census is just as likely to  lind it the most populous town in  Kootcir-ty its not, Lhe centre of a score  nr more of smaller places, such as the  last decade saw built up in what in  1S01 was the almost unknown wilderness of South Kootenay. We have a  better start and the Herald believes  that we have a richer territory than  even the wonderful mineral district  which includes the gold-copper proper-  Lies of Kostflund and lhe phenomenal  sit vei-lead veins of Lardeau and  Slocan.  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining to Railway Men Picked up  By the Herald.  L. A. Hamilton, former C.P. It. land  commissioner anil Commissioner  Griffin, have left Winnipeg for an  of   C.   P.   P.. lands iu   the  A big shipment of Paints  Oils, Nails, Etc., arriving.  Tools of all kinds always  in stock..  DYNAMITE, -  CAPS,  FUSE.  I    We are agents for thc celebrated BENNETT  JL'SE.  i44jr*+4***'*<**'*'*'*������**&(****te  C.B.HUME  &C0  piies"ihto tEe mines "and ore~out~  not be one of much difficulty.' A camp  of immense promise will then he placed  within a short day's run of Revelstoke  at its furthest points and its magnift-  c'ient surface indications,  with   which  .South Kootenay had at its initial stage  nothing at all  to   put   in   comparison  will   be   open   to  easy   development.  This camp is and always must lie   the  natural business  territory   of  Revel'  stoke.    Its development is   our  city's  development  and   while   applauding  those lo whom the successful  issue ol  thctranspoitation problem  is largely  due, to the pioneer mining men of the  camp a meed of   praise   is   also   due,  Under enormous and   heart-breaking  dilTlcultirs   the   Prince    Mining    and  Development   Co,  the   Carnes  Creek  Consolidated, the Adair Co.  and  individual   pioneers  such   as   A. W. 51c  Intosh, II. Morris, J. H.  Whyte,  E 1.  Adair,  11. Wilcox, C. J. Rumens,  J.  Sanderson,   D.   McBean.   J.   XV.  .Mc  Calluui and a score or more   of others  have Ies tilled   to   their  faith   in   the  camp from start to finish.   Their confidence and energy   is  now  about to  receive a well  deserved  reward   and  they and their local shareholders and  partners have fully,earned every bit  that is coming to them.   The last ten  years  witnessed   the   rise   of   South  Kootenay.   The next ten will see the  south outstripped by the north.  Further north on Goldstream and  its affluents aud on Smith Creek are  the well known placer and free milling  camps ofthe Big Bend, which will  share very largely in ths immediate  benefits of easy communication and  will no doubt very shortly be placed  in direct touch by a tramway round  Death Rapids and a second boat on the  river above. Now that we have once  made a start th? second steps will he  founcd almost to come of themselves  As is well known on Smith Creek  the  Of Board of Directors at Ferguson. The Ore Body Struck in  The Lower Tunnel of the  Nettie L. The C. P. R.. Negotiating to Build a Spur to the  Mine.  The directors of the Great Western  and Double Eagle Mining Co.s who  held their annual meeting at Ferguson  last Thursday came up from the Lai-  deau on* Monday's train, with the  exception of Mr. Godsal, who went to  visit the Lade-Telluride group on  Gainer creek, now owned.by a sister  company, in which he is considerably  interested. Messrs. Kirby and Walker  started back for Eugland on Thursday and Mr. Young leaves for Calgary  tomorrow.  'At the-'meetings 'the annual reports  of the directors were read and showed  both companies to'be in good financial  standing. The balance sheet of the  the Great Western Mines Ltd? showed  an expenditure in round figures dur.  ing the past year of SIS.OOO in wages,  $9000 in mining and boarding house  supplies, $0000 in packing and freighting, $1000 in government fees and  royalties and $300 in ollice expenses.  Mr. Sam Sutherland was added th the  board of directors, in order to make  the necessary number of residents of  the province on' the.board, The'  officeis of the company remain the  same. W. B. Pool, manager and A.  H. Holdich, Secretary and Ernest  Haddow of Ferguson." was appointed  assistant secretary. The Double Eagle  company reelected their directors and  officers. J. J. Young is president, W.  ,F. Cochrane vice president, W. B  Pool general manager and A. H.  Holdich, secretary.  The day before the director's arrived  a sensation was''created in Ferguson  by the shift in the drift from the lower  tunnel-of-theNettie-L--slriking-theore  body. The vein carries larger quantities of grey copper in the lower than it  does in the upper workings and is  surrounded by a zone carrying zinc, a  phenomenon observed in the deep  workings -in the Slocan. Tie  point at which the *������ ore w, s  struck wiis about 1000 feet ' n  and at a depth of 100 feet. , Tho force  on the mine is to be increased right  away. It is calculated thai, the drift  from the lower tunnel will ho bel6w  the upper working- in from 150 Lo 200  feet. When this point i.s gained and  upraises run to connect the upper and  lower workings tho Nettie li. will be  in a position to ship 50 tons of oro a  day.  Messrs. D. XV. Moore, the C.P.R. ore  buyer for the Trail smelter aud 3. G.  Sullivan, the engineer in chnrge of the  construction of the Arrowhead and  Kootenay branch were in attendance  at the directors' meeting on a mission  from Pres. Shaughnessy to consult  with the directors with regard  to the construction of a, spur  to the property. They spent two days  daya in exatning the mine and discussing the situation and negotiations  with regard to the spur project tire  still pcuding.  inspection  west.  F. XV. Peters, Assist. Gen. Freight  Agent of the 0. P. R. Pacific division  is accompanying Prof. .McLean on his  tour through thn province as freight  grievance commissioner.  M. N. Morrison. Lhe C. P. St. agent  at Regina, has returned from his holiday. He took in Toronto, Niagara,  Boston, U. S. A., the Pan-American at  Buffalo and Nova Scotia. Mrs.  Morrison is still visiting in British  Columbia.  C. J. Black, auditoi' of agencies,  James II. Shearing, auditor of passenger receipts and II. J. Dalton, chief  travelling auditor, of the C. P. St. are  making a tour over the KooLenay  lines.  ,T. S. Carter, district passenger agent  of the C. P. R. with headquarters at  Nelson, contemplales making a Lour  through the Siniilkameen and Okan-  agan districts i'or the purpose of  reporting on the resources of those  disLricts and studying the movement  of population into those sections.  The Belleville lolge of the B. L. E.  took the visiting delegates to the union  meeting on a trip down the hay last-  Thursday on the steamer AleLlia. In  tho evening the delegates were given a  banquet at.llotel Quinle, at which an  exceptionally fine programme of songs,  speeches and music was rendered.  Jos. Thompson, telegraph operator  at Macleod, is an inmate of the Leth-  hridge hospital, suffering from .appendicitis. He ' has been operated upon  ahd is bettor.    -'  A Port xVrthur despatch says :���������The  engineer on No. 0 locomotive, O. N.R.,  had a narrow escape. * He was sitting  in the cab while the engine was taking  water-at ��������� the-divisional point, "No. 16  siding, when the water tank fell over,  crushing in the top of the engine. The  engineer had just time to jump out of  the cab window. The engine was  badly wrecked.  The Minister of Mines Takes in  Revelstoke and Sizes up the  Situation Favorably.  Hon. R. McBride, Minister of Mines  and Thus. Taylor, Jl. P. P.. were in  town on Sunday and Monday. Mr.  McBride took in Lhc town very thoroughly and was introduced by Mr.  Taylor to a number of our citizens.  Speaking Lo a ]Ii_it.\i.i> reporter Mr.  .McBride said that he had just come  from a trip with D. Murphy, M. P. P.,  through thc Siniilkutnoen cam)), whure  he hail visited a number of properties  at Copper Mt., Kennady Mt., Roche  River. Aspen Grove and found the  prospects ol' the district very bright  and considerable work done, though  the district was hampered hy lack of  railway communication. This the  provincial government were taking the  first steps to supply by sending Mr.  Dewdney to make an accurate and  detailed survey fur a line through lhe  Cascades i'roni Hope. The provincial  mineralogist is now making a lour in  tho Kettle River and Boundary  country and through to Summit camp  and will report on the district. At  Princetown Mr. McBride found the  Vermillion Forks Co. opening up ox-  tensive coal fields and again at  Titlaincen City, an ideal townsite on  Otter lake, the recent salo of whose  Lown Mots by the government was  most successful, there are large eoal deposits. Returning to ' the main line  Mr. McBride visited Kamloops and  found work in full blast on the Iron  Mask under tho direction of Capt.  Argall and operations in contemplation on several other properties. He  also visited the Glen Iron mines,  situated right on the shore of Kamloops hike, which aro shipping iron  ore to ��������� the Hall smelter at Nelson for  fiuxing purposes.  Mr. McBride manifested a. ��������� L keen  interest in all our local questions and  ha-3 the situation here very accurately  sized up. He considers tho position  and prospects of the -city to he excellent and expressed great amazement  at the folly of the talk about a municipality like this with.its solid appearance, hopeful immediate future "and  trifling indebtedness being in a slale  of financial difficulty, * a rumor of  which had even reached Victoria.  Mr.   McBride   and   Mr.   Taylor left  \ csteidity morning for the Lardeau  thi his return the minisler of mines  will visit Vernon and he intends to  make a big effort to be with us again  on the occasion of the lirst trip of the  new steamer from Revelstoke to  Laporlt*.  Will Hit the Hay Road  The C. P. It. Co.. it is said, have decided to do away with all the Pacific  Division bridge foremen and ciews.  A contract has been let for the construction of the snow sheds. The  carpenter work in connection witli  company buildings such as repairs to  station houses, freight sheds, etc.,  formerly in charge of D. Wright, will  be Laken in hand by a clerk in one of  the company's ollices. The work of  looking afier the coaling and watering  of trains and other handiwork will le  done by nn assistant civil engineer.  Tliu bridge work will be in charge  ofthe one foreman and crew who aia  still in tho service of the company.  Tlii*; now plan of the company's will do  away^with such men as Jack McGinni*-,  Dan. Friiser. .lack Fraser, Tom Gillespie. T. J. Grahame, A. McGregor. W.  McGee, J. McGee. D. Wright and a  host of others who will have to pack  lheir turkey and strike out for the  land of liberty over the hay road.  OF DOLLARS  The Nettie L. and Other Great  Western Properties Acquired  By an English Syndicate and  Many Revelstokers and Alberta  Men Made Sappy.  Yesterday the  last  payments   were  made on a big deal,   which   has   been  pending several months,   whereby   an  English   syndicate,    represented    by  Messrs Kirby and   Walker,   have   acquired practically the whole   stock  of  Lhe Great   Western   -Mines   company.  Several well known  Revelslokers and  Alberta men profit by the deal in sums  ranging all the way   from   $25,OC0  $75,000 'each.  Kilpatrick,  from  These   include  A.   E.   Kincaid,  Graham, gold commissioner at  to  Supt.  J. D.  Atlin.  F. XV. Godsal, XV. F. Cochrane. J., J.  Young and XV. ,B. Pool. Smaller  holders who .have disposed of their  stock are Thos. Taylor M.P.P., "J.  Staubert, G. S. MeCarter and several  others in Revelstoke and Lhe Lardeau*  The whole deal involved uSuiu of over  half a million of dollars.  G������e������������sra������������-������������^^ 3������sg������S������������������<sx^^  <&   YOUNG-  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  -Ous-_,Entire_-_S.to.ck of. Summer Goods _.  Ladies dont    miss  the    opportunit}*-   io     complete yu  puichases   of   Summer   goods   at , BARGAIN     PRICES,  Blouses, Whitewear, Wash Goods,  Simmer       Dress      Goods,  Sailor Hats  Children's   Headwear  "pie stock must be reduced and early purchasers will get  the full benefit,  Winsor���������Rolls  An interesting ceremony was performed on Friday last at Christ  church, Vancouver, when Mr. XV.  Winsor. the well-known timekeeper  in the traffic department here was  married to Miss Florence Rolls,  youngest daughter of Mr. John Kolls  Santa Paula, Cal. The happy couple  have gone on a honeymoon tour  through the sound cities. The Hkrald joins with numerous friends here  in wishing Mr. Winsor and bride a  long and happy married life.  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing are included in the  Also  Bargain    Figures   in Men's  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  LATEST NEWS  BY WIRE  Diplomatic Relations Between  France and Turkey Broken  off.���������Africander Leader Arrested.���������Bad Smnsh up on Grand  Trunk.���������Running Fight Near  Kimberley,  Halifax, Aug. 2S.���������An engine of  the Dominion Atlantic Railway ran  into the Intercolonial express front  Montreal at Noith St.Station, Halifax,  Monday night. Several trainmen and  passengers were injured but none  seriously. The engine was running on  the time of the express without orders.  Brockville, Aug. 23.���������The engineer  and brakemen were killed and an  engine and Ucars badly smashed by a  freight collision on the Grand Trunk  near Thousand Island Junction, Ont.  yesterday morning.  Paris, An:*. 2S.���������France has severed  all diplomatic relations with Turkey  as a result of the failure of the Sultan  to comply with the French demands.  The French ambassador has left Constantinople and the Turkish' ambassador has been telegraphed not to return  to Paris.  Perth, Aug. 23.���������Ten men are entombed and a rescue party of four more  have failed to return, as a result of "a,  land subsidence at tbe Denibristle Colliery,  Perth, Scotland.  Kew York, Aug. 23.���������Shamrock II  developed good speed in her trial yesterday outside Xe.v York harbour.  She ran away from the press tug and  the steam yacht Eiin.  Cape Town. Aug 23.���������Lord Milner  has reached Cape Town from England  and was given ; \ varm reception.  J.   X.   Merriuiiin,    the   Afrikander  Bund leader,   was   arrested yesterday .  on a. charge.   The arrest was,make 31  miles from Cape Town.'   He gave his  parole uot to leave the farm.'  Pretoria, Aug. 23.���������Lord Kitchener  reports that a a convoy from Kimberley to Griqualand in charge of % detachment of Imperial .Yeomanry was  attacked but brought through' safely.  The Yeomanry lost 0 killed and-23 .  wounded.  Rawhnson caught 10 Transvaale'rs  after a 45 minute gallop, east of Edin"  burg. .--,-"  Ottawa, August 28.���������It is again  reported that, is extremely utilikely  that the Duke of Cornwall will be  accompanied on his Canadian tour any  further than Quebec by the Iluchess..  Pittsburg, Aug. 23.���������The great  steel strike is still unsettled. Developments of yesterday would appear to  evidence slow but "sure gains by .the  Employers' Corporation.  Tien Tsix, Aug. 2S.���������Li Hung Chang  has notified the ministers of * the  powers that the Chinese .plenipotentiaries are now authorized to sign the  protocol and has requested thetn to fix  a date for the signing. ���������   '���������  A Favorite of Fortune.  Vincent Lade came up from Ferguson on Monday night. One of the  original locators of the famous Lade-  Telluride group on Gainer, Creek. Mr.  Lade has made a second rich sirike  -recently by-tlic-iliscovui*y-of-a��������� lead���������of���������  apparently quite equal richness to the  well known Triune and immediately,  below that phenomenal property.' In  fact Mr. Lade was woiking on a contract in the Triune, when he made the  strike.  Immense Galena Shewings  Geo. Goldsmith ol the Landing, aml'J  J. Leask of Cranbrook. are owners of'  the Scott group nn Goat mountain,  on Fibh creek. On this property thero  is splendid shewing of rich galena ore,  which was discovered during tho  progress of iit'-es'-ini'iit work this year.  Beside this valuable property Messrs.  Goldsmithamll.fa.sk with J. Boyter"  have made an immense discovery of  galt.iiRorc_uilh.il two miles of thu  mouth of 13oy<l troek. This is reported  tlie biggest -heiving of galena ore in  the country. There aie four claims  staked on it. namely, the Fantail,  Tumbler, Cinier and Dragon.  Our Desire to   make   room   for Fall   Importations  is  your  opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  I ttfjft*******^'**^ PPPPP������PPPirPPi������*������HH*Jr*^  The Eva Bond.  A. II. Gracey, managing director of  lhe Imperial   Develosment Syndicate,.  has returned from his eastern holiday  ,trip.     He   will   at once proceed to the,  Imperial and Eva groups on Lexington  mountain in thc Lardeau, which the  syndicate has  at present  under bond  to the London    Si  British Columbia  Goldfields and upon the nature of his  report on his return will very largely  depend the action of the  directors of  the   syndicate   with    respect   to the  request of the London & British "Columbia   Goldfields   for   an   extension.'  During Mr. Gr.-icey's absence   the directors   saw   fit to  grant an interim,  extension, but it was upon the understanding   that the matter should be  finally disposed of when Mr.  Gracey  returned.���������Nelson Tribune.  'I -- ������ ���������"���������rt^Urf- (K.Vi^tJ. j;  ..ri-'r-Vi������'' -S'S i i .K_^'*,������iifiri(*t\'  ^Wi^-^ft-i-M-.^^'W"^^  j^^iW-i^iirf.;.^^^^  <".'l      fit     -TO      *,,        <   .-.n   ., lul I rair..ne will, n- donbt, be questioned  ^oelsioht IfcnU nml  ^a!i.l,y,illrnil.llll,uW,���������e������.  Dining   the   telegraphers'   strike in  %  tit $ ^r(nU'Hal.  >e  -Published ltj  The Revelstoke Herald Pub!:;  Limited Liability.  A. -JOHN50N  Maini.,'ii>-: i*nec  Strikes and Trusts.  (Continued from Page ")  A Semi-Weekly Journiil piili'i-licl m tli<|  iiuerei-tsol the rikihvar men. uiliim-* i"1'11 ���������������������������"���������  tni-ui-r.-*- men of the Wesi. lhiv*, ni l-nl.Jii-ttti������������ii  Wednesday and Saturday.  ADYEBIISISG   RITK3.  Display ads., f 1.50 per inch; ������������������in;*1 i...li.inn.  J2 per inch when Inserted mi x:< <��������� l'"*-'-  Lt-Kftl arts., 10 cents pur Inch |.i"*'.[' n*'1, Ulu*  for"ilrst Insertion; 5 cents* f-.r i-ni-h :.''..:..hi*li  iii-ertion. Ixical notices 10 cent- i������-r t.'.i;' I'jii'h  i.**ne. Birth, Marriage and I-eiitn Mulei-**  free.  iL'BSCr.UTIOS  BATE-.  F.c mall fir carrier, ?- per annum; r}l.2.. fi������r  fi.'Ciiioiilh*,, strictly in ad'-iinc.-*.  OUR JOB DKI-AI*.TMK*<"r.  I.one ol the best equipped printing(.tln-t"- *u  the We^t and prepared to exeruie all l;im..*> "I  j.rintlii!; fn tiratulas-, ,-ivle ut lione*-i 1-rn <���������-.  nne price to all. Xo job too large���������lion'* <"-'  .mall���������for in. Mail order-, prompt!}' aueiii.i'd  i���������.   itivc u**. a trial on yoiiriR'Xl order.  TO COKRE'rONllEST-.  Wo invite eorre������poiiiteiK-������ on any Mit.j.'i'l  oi interest to the general -.ill-lie In all ru'**"-  the bona fide name of the writer mii-t mci'oiii-  paiiv manuscript, but not net.-Mini}" lor  publication.  Adilrea*, a!l communication-, to tlie Manager.  NOTICE TO C0III:l>l'0.M.K-*T*.  1.���������Alt correspondence inii**t be lei-ild}  v, rlitcn on one side of the paper only.  *.'.���������Corre->poudencc cinitalnlni: in-rninal  matter must lie-signed v. iililhc proper nam*-'  of lhc writer.  0.-..GP.OG.VN,  Editor.  Wednesday, August '2S. 1001.  NO-KICK COMING.  A few months ago the revelation of  the possibility that the   "great  Canadian national highway''   was just   as  likely   as any   other  highway  to   be  adde'd to J. J. Hill's  unrivalled collection of that class of curio,   came   like  a flash out of the blue sky and startled  all Canada into a roar.   Tho other day  the announcement thai just such  an  arrangement   .had   practically    been  completed in the interests of harmony  and the harmony of interests was made  ���������without attracting any attention at all.  All these kind   of   things   come   easy  once you get accustomed to tlieni.   No  doubt the final stage, when everybotly  that's left is jumping  round   working  lor the successors of J. .1. Hill and J.  Pierpoint Morgan for their grub, will  seem just as natural as possible.  ISUd a similar basis nl' .settlement was  proposed hy the company to the  ivii'.-ili.ilioii i-oiiunilli*i; who were trying Lo I'lVi'i't a settlement between Uu*  company..-mil Hit* telegraphers. In  I'liiiim.'uting upon it in Ineir lepnrl.  '.he following par.'.ij-iiiphiippesirr.:  ������������������UYs'.w .it nniv th.it tlii* prcipn-r-  tiim wniil.l in-Ncr be aci-epted by Uu  telegrapher*, for the reason lhat it. lelt"  praelii-ally little protection fur a great  number uf tlu* striking operators and  agent.-, and provided lhat men otn-  pluyi-il (luring lhe strike were considered pi-i'tiianent eniployes and should  be ii't.'iineil in Lheir service in pre-  I'eienee to lin-n who have gone out mi  .���������.Irikc."  Tlie geiiL'ieiueii who were anting as  conciliator:*, had too niiieh lvi-peel. fur  the giiintl Dllicei"-* ami the comiiiilLee  repre.-eiiLing the telegraphers lo even  lirusem, the terms prupo-ed by thr  L-uiiipanv tn lliem and in lieu Lherenf  they prepared what tbey enusiilored a  fair basis of settlement which wa.-  acccploil by both p.'irtie.-In the enn-  t rover*.y.  The Grand I're.-.ident of Llie Urcilhei-  hnod of K.iilway Tntckmen. with the  consent of lhe committee representing  Lhe maiiitcnanie-nl-w.'iy men on the  CMMt. has proposed lo submit the  differences between the company and  Lhe men, Lo iiiip.ulial arbitration:  That should convince all fair-minded  people that our president is not in the  employ of competing transportation  companies, and that if our committee  nr.d iiniiri-hic-. Its t.*ieties* of defense  me to appeal to the conservative element of society, of which the governments on this continent, under whatever name lhey iiia-qiieiMilt* according  Lo lime and pl.ue, me .ilmns-l invariably the ri-prc.-eutal ives*. Partly hoodwinked.'partly boii'.'ht, tied up by fear  and sell'-'mtere.*!, this eleiueiil. with tl'.e  goverimi.-ni :il ils head can be relied  mi In iiosist < apilal in it.s nreliminary  eaiiipaigii against the working classe.*.  Hut. in ils aggrubsive policy capital is  essentially anarchic, contempt uou*-  both of law and guvorntiH'i'.i nnd when  all neceSbitv for the -alliume    is  past.  i  i  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE RESERVED FOR  will fling the puppet, governments.,  behind which it. has lieen permit led t"  develope its att.-u I*, upon societv. lo one  side as .-willly ami regard!e.-siy as ever  ;!iil Hugh (-.ipc! tlie mis faineants of  ancient In a lire. The gnvei i.iuents of  today whiih aie il.illying with and  neglecting the real live social oiiestions  which are pi*i,*-.*ing ��������� for solution are  simply betraying fiiTilum and free  itmtil ul ions ami i on-igniuj,' them and  | ������������������ocie! y tn ni e i oiiimou ilonni.  BUSINESS  MENTION  S3  ,i<-s  fi  :*.e,\  fA  +*5  ' ribb ins  ?-I ,-ulion  Revelstoke  Station.  ANOTHER INTEREST  HARMONIZED.  Ic appears-that  another   dead   immortal  cinch on the mining industry  has   been   achieved.    According lo   it  recent Denver .despatch a world  wide  copper combine has been  formed with  a view of eliminating competition   in  the purchase of copper.    The combine  is said  to have been effected between  the Amalgamated,  Calumet &   I Toola.  Senator   Chirk   and the   RoUischikls.  The report* is of course denied, ultimately,   however,   no   doubt   the copper  trust will  line  up with  its mammoth  fellows   and the copper   mine   owners  will   join   their.silver-lead    brethren  in     the    procession     to     lhe   poor-  house.    Pretty soon  Uie only avenue  left    open      for      ordinary      people  to      lose '   their     money     will    he  running   a   jackleg newspaper.    That  i* one business there will never bo any  billion dollar trust   in.    Ciet   in   early  and   avoid   the   rush.    We can   give  intending   investors   a straight   local  ���������poii-iter-on=three-con*.ing-gaie.wa.y-citie^  and distributing points anxious right  now to have a newspaper man   standing off the sheriff in their midst.  have made unreasonable demands  up  on tho company,   they  are   willing   lo  abide by imparl ial arbitration.  InsLeadcf weakening   our   position.  Ihe   report   of   Lhe  conciliation   committee will strengthen it.     As   to   the  insult offered to our president demanding   that   he   should    leave   Montreal  within twenty-four boms, thi.s simply  increases our confidence' in   him,   and  takt.it as a   compliment   paid   to   h!s  intelligence, and   ability   to   correctly  advise the committee.     Messages   and  letteis are being received  from   members of the order on   nil   parts   of   the  I system assuring out* president that   he  will have the  continued  support and  confidence   of   the   men.      Why    the  onciliation   committee recommended  unconditional surrender upon thu  part  of the trackmen is n question I will not  attempt  to   answer.     Kvery   general  chairmen, and especially at the insult  offered   through   them   t^    President  Wilson.    If they   were   influenced   to  take, such   a   course  by   the   general  manager, 1 predict he will discover   in  a short time   Unie   he   has   treated   a  "boomerang" for himself.    The end   is  not yet by any means.   The   full   protective board of railway trainmen is in  Montreal, and   members of the other  orders are arriving on every train.    It*  is reasonable to suppose that  as   soon  as the facts in the ease are known such  stops will be taken as may be necessary  to nffoid protection lo their lives, and  lhe lives of Lhe travelling public.  I have just leturned from a trip nut  west. 1 went, as far as Urandon. and  travelled over all the branches of the  C.P.B. system in Manitoba, and found  but two foremen, who weie at work  on .'June lOlh���������before the sti ike became  effective���������"at work. Not a t-'mglu  sectioninan is at. work. The foremen  havu nil left Lhe wet ion-house*-, of the  company in Manitoba. Thu men  informed mc tliep would not return to  work until instructed to do so by lheir  chairman under lhe seal of the  Grand  ���������Speiial  sal  Pallors.  ���������Uny your children':, si bun! books  nllicw's Drug Store.  ���������New re.-tdeis and other new books  for sale 'it Bews' drug store.  ���������.l.U. Cri.'SMiiaii, the Art Tailor, has  received his first shipment of fall  goods.  ���������You can get Bennett's White.  Gutta-Percha Fuse at (;. 13. l-liimo&  Co.'s.    It has no equal.  ���������A big line of Christy Stilt Hals  now in. Latest and nobbiest styles���������  atC. 15. Hume A: Co.'s. I  ���������The latest in fall suitings for iadies  and gentlemen, are now io band at J.  IJ. Crei-sman's .McKen/.ii: Ave.  ���������Now ready The Union and Our  ���������Special cigars at the Union Cigar  factory. Slock anil Wr-rkinanphip  guaranteed,  ���������Send in your ordeis for The Union  and Our Special cigars to the'Union  Cigar Factory. Stock and workmanship guaranteed.  ���������All school requests such as inks-,  pencils, slates, school bags and scribblers, an immense slock ol each at  Canada Drug Si Book Co.  .t>������  i  Mm������mmm^^&&?^&^%^&^  Katies  to   Ps-essraptcrs   of  Crewn Landis.  rowx,������TiCTmT������nr***uiiiur.^.r.*u.������^^  RE������1LST0KE E  b Si asm   Laundry Go-'y.  ���������Lulies". Navy, Blue and Whit  Silkaline Costumes. Kegular price  $7.50���������at fyi.'X).    lteid & Young.  ���������Next weekthe all "school children  will require new school bonks and the  Canada Drug & Uook Co. have received a large quantity of the very  latest editions.    Don't forget this.  ���������Slates. Scribblers and copy hooks  at Canada Drug & Poole Co.  --Ali Summer Goods at cost to make  room for fall goods coming in. At  Puiil it Young's.  The attention of I'l-o-einptors of Crown I.uwls  is heroin- unllu'l toimiiiiieiiilmenlio the '���������I.hi.kI  ai'I," -iii'ssud nl tlu; lust se-ssiini of tliu l.egis-  liiLure, which provirtos as follows, viz:  "0. l-ru-cmptor-i of Crown Luiuls, whether  in nrrunrs in pm-mont of ln.stnlmen.ts ol  uiiriiluiM. monev or not, wlio at lhu tunc ol  (-oniiiii; into foruo-of this Aei luive obtained  Uorlillealcsof tmiir.lvcmeiil, or who shall.nave  iiUUiini'dCeUilii-atc*'. of Jiiiprovi-iiiiMil with in  twelve months thereafter, shall on TOiiforininK  with the provisions of tliu "Limit .int.. qxnupt  as hcrebv iilture.l, be emillec! to obtain Crown  "ranis of thoir pro-oiuplion claims upon uom-  nletniK pavnicius in piu*i:ii*iso money- at the  raio of seventy-live edits per nere, anil (.rown  liranl fi_os,M,Ill-ill lia-muMUS may be miiile as  follows:  "Twentv-live cents per acre on before tlie  Mist day of December, 1SII;  " Twentv-Hvc cents per acre on or before the  ilOth dar of .Line, l'Ml;  " anil the remaining���������  " Twentr-live coins per aero on or before the  Slslclavof December. ltlOJ, and without any  further payment ot interest."  W. S. GOUK,  lleiintyof j  * ml*** and Works.  Lands and Works,' lle'parl    ent,  Victoria, H. C��������� 1st J line   1001.  Kotsc-3 to Co-BviHrsrs.  e  We challenge anyone ing  Revelstoke to give sub  stantial reasons for sttp-|  porting Chinese laundries p  In exchange we offer to a  give io good reasons why "  Chinese laundries should 12  not be patronized. ���������  IJL.  ****.^fr*.M'***M-******^^^  *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  *  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  fr  ���������*  **  ���������i<  **  fr  Rates:   $i.oo per day.  Good accommodation.    A good Bar. well supplied with  Choice Wines,   Liquors and Cigars.  Free Bus Meets All Trains.  Brown & G-uerin : Props.  a  ,},X.{..J..������.J..J.J,.J,.f.J..f.J..������.2..J,.7.J..{,^  BUKER & SAXTM,  Proprietors.  rrj'ini^tntfg?i'Ai*.'*w.D*^"'-"liKt*lAJ-'"Mt'*a  TO ItlCIIAlID MCDI.M'.Min.  I"ii.lur Mineral Art 1J'*>T and amendiiiciits  tliuruto, noi.ue l-> hereby xihaxx that we. l.oi.i-*e  Li-oultne itralmm ami lins . Lund, li are performed all tlie ii*.si".snicr.t work on the "Golden  Kiigle" niin.'ral claim, sitiiiued on lhe illvlOe  Ijftweon Krvni'liand MeCullock Creeks, nt the  lieiul of ilroiiiut llo*^ Basin in lhu Ui_-Bend  Hi-tr'..*i of Wi.-i Kooienay, loeaieii loth Sep-  ii-iiiti.T, l*;'.*i'. .'-mi recorded **1 .-rcplembor, 1.SDS  and lhat Itlt-lmr,! MoDlarmid the rei-orded  owner oi one-iiiiarter i:itcrc>i. In -"aid mineral  ciaiiu ha.- ne^levli'd to do hi-* share ol till-  work or in pay for -,-ime for lhe sear- I-jOs. lW-i.  lwo an-1 1'.>J1. Xot-.ru i> hi*r2b>* jrl-.-en to tin:  Mud !'K'h*'.:d Meriiarmid that niil'.-is stud  i charccs are pild wifrt.-.i r.i:*,i*ty day** of tlie  i iir.-i publti-'itt'iiiof ih:*** ni.ttri' w^ *hali proceed           - ��������� '   ���������      orowiled  vut  STATUS QUO ANTE.  Division.  I imvei-aUecU fitmilv in   Cinadit by j {"^^^itoJ'he'^^rlirA^S  honest,   hurt! work;  mn   it  cilizen   "f, .u-i. :<iui*.'*  Uiimtlii inul Hike tt deep iiitt-ro.-t in  all !    I;atci'  tlmt pei'ttiins  to   the   welfare   of   my j Co-okii  country.     Therefote   1  appeal n to   nil j   honest citizens to aitl us in  our elVurls j  F:..*.-o!-;o!;". H. C. 6Ui .'.n-ri-.at, 1391.  X ',,   '.,. <"IIl.VII.VM,  , t.t- I.l'NlJ.  to securtTiVtliif^flTCl-hoTmraiile���������M.-t-tir^  ment with tha C. P. it- Co.  Notice tlmt -r.c inontli a.'li-r .lute 1 inteti'l I  Government Distribution of Stumping  Pj-.vJsr.  VlRMEKS desirous of being sii]>pliod with  I31nstin������ lMwder iu cost price, lor clearing  land, can obtain blank forms of requisition  from the Soe-ciarios ol the Fanners Institutes  as tot'iow*-, :  Henry Kills, See'y, Alberni Farmers'  Institute. Alberni.  .1. A. Halllilar, See'y, Comox Farmers'  Iii-titute, Sandwich.  John Stewart. Seo'y, Nii.inimn-Ccilftr Farmers lustitiue. Starke Crossing, Naiiaiiiio.  II.de M. Mellln. Sec'y. Cuwichan Fariiier.-,'  In*-ltute, Somenos.  .1 H. Hmart, Pec'r, 3Ietcliosin Farmers'  In-titiite. Mctchosiii."       . ,,.,..  C* >: Kin*., i=e*;'r Victoria Farmers' Institute,  Cedar Hill. ,      ,   _ T    .-.   .  li. Walter, Sec'y, Islands Farmers Institute,  Ganses Harbor. '  li. A. Ilrow-.i, See'y, Delta Farmer,' Institute,  '"!(.' Uo'-e. See'r, Surrey Fanners' Institute,  Siirrer Centre.' ���������'-,_',  A. ll.l'. Matliew, Sec'y Langley Farmers'  Institute, Lan.^ley.  Alex. I'hlltp, Sec'y, Ilichmond Fanners'  Iu'-titu'te, Vancouver.' .  A. M. Vercliere, Sec'y, Mission Farmers'  Ii.--t-.nite. V.'.SMOn City. '  ���������    'j.  \\ . Chmlsoy, Fei-'y Chilliwack Farmers'  Institute.CliiUiwack. " ,,,,..  -i,V���������.--i^r������aii,=-i-:eelv���������lCen.t_EarincrsJ_I_iis_ti_tute,  I J.F. McLeod f  Confectioner and Grocer  Fresh Eggs '  Butter  Vegetables  always ou hand.  I Ice Cream |  I  Home Made Candies, |  ^ a specialty. ������>  .1 " *  x^4--jfjfjaKi&c&<r-a'#4:&'S:^  .\B������*=S1/.  J.M, We  See'y Maple  Ridge Kiirinera'  It is pretty generally ucknowloilp.eil  now that the contention thiitaijunrum  of the council means, a quorum of  iiieiiibci's untitled to vote ji corioct.  This bting the case the ievolution  passed a -vet-k ;if,'o last Friilay lo clo-e  the deal with iho wiilerwoi k-coinpany  i.s invali'l and the hylaw, wliich was  passed last spriiiR. is in the s.'im*' case.  ii" tliere weie only tlii'i** mcinlir-rs of  tin- council, fS-imtynr Kilpatrick. ex-  aide! man Newmm and Alii. Xcttle al.  that time, who hud ������ vtiti* in the matter at all and a proper (-noi um. acenrd-  iiiK to tin* new and mi i ci t rcadint,' fij  what a proper .-uomin iiu-.m*;, wa<-  cons-eriuently -t physii-nl iiupo-.siliiiity.  Tiie deal stands now nt the nMii t poinl,  where it was liefore the hylaw was  pu������sed. The petition of the ralcpayet.s  representinR the required pirpoition  of the assessable value of the city i.s  still in existence and still holds j,"'***1-  It i*** the council's business to accede to  the ii*quest of the petitioners.  Notice.  ers. now it is as   foiemen.    In   Japan ; -;;;b ������������$ili*L��������� ^WTe&X  there are railroads anil they are run by j the (.i-lntof-.iii-im-.ii.'cnifi.t.  natives.    Is there any reason why  the ! ���������./>!"V/.'j ���������j* M'A'\'r1!\: v. ft  Japanese   eiiKineers    or    firemen,   nr I ^^ _ J"tth"' c?Sl^kcnV, A^.-m  hi*,iki*me:i, could not lake lhe pliicis ol ;J' _ _      "  the Ainerican trainmen 'i  The proposition may hi* htiiijhi'd -U.  hut a few yeai hiiro the "Jap" ...eiSioti-  ni.-in was laughed at. And now he is  un assured fait. . In many of lhe  l-nundholiaf!- in t'lH' West I heir* all'  "J.ip" wipei'i*, there an* "J ip" jnnitoii  in the stations, niidHnii'r let >iny Ir.iin-  men or leluKi.iphci' lauj,'h t" lonj,' or  loud,  The grindstone is moving*; very .*-luw!y  butit Ih gi-indiiiK Hi'* wa({<-i di.wn mi  thatsoon lht.* wliil email will In* ���������/lad  enough to let the "Jup" havi; hi<- j-ili.--  K.iilw.ty liiniiloyci,' Journal.  tn:**, K a in loop*.  It   I'cri-.- Ho'Ikcs, Pec'v, Okanaijaii Iarnier������'  ,n"'lt,,,,,;V'-"",j.P..ASDKB80X.  Iicpntr Minister of Agriculture,  Ilpuarlm<*iitf.I AKrlii'iilliir.',  Victoria, Ii- ii., riKj-S.l'JUl.  To the Citizens of Canada.  'Ilie report of the general chairman  of the other orders who were .supposed  to represent employes in other dep.ul-  Jmerits on the C. P. K- !���������*> very unjust  to the truckmen who are sti*ug(,'liiit,'  for a fair:share of the wealth they help  to create and an honorable settlement.  Their contention that the settlement  pi-opos'-d by the general manager is   a  The C. P- R-  ami.  Bush  Fires.  Kire Kanger ,Mc(-e<* at templed on  Kriday to et.toicr* thn IJiish l-'irc Act  against the Canadian I'.icilic It'iilw.iy  compnny, alleging Hint the inmpuny  had violated section 7 of the Act,  whicli provides for the equipment of  locomotive   engines   in   lit tt  ilislritts.  Hi* had entered suit  against  tin;  r ���������  pin,y in I he person of Supt. Murpole.  The case came lipbi'fore M-iyor (ioidon  and Jas. I). Lauder, -I. I'- John I).  Swuiihiiii appealed for .Mr. MeC.x'i; and  F. 3. Fulton tor the (-'* 1*. it. Mr. I''"l  ton contended I bit the- Just ices had  not power lo deal with lhc case and  cited the provisions of Ihe Ait in sup-  poi! of lii.s contenl ion. .Mr. .Sw.iiisun  concurred in tin? view, and Hie case  was- withdrawn, to be In ought up  again in a court of competent i'lt-indic-  tion.���������Kaniliiops Senlinel.  vni'ir'K !-. I ori*t>\- kIv-:i ihut ffo d-n*- *.f'*'r .  iini.; I Inti'ii'l to aji].l*.- 'n tin* ' lil.-I I'liinini-i  -.lnii.'r ..I r.-iinli ami Wnrl.-i (or i*..rmi*--l'.n n. j  liiirnlia-" tlie lOllonliiK i!,-������i-riin.i! Ihth! ; i-.iim-  iii<-a.-in.* ni S������iitlitt'-l ...rr.<*r ���������t l.n "V.',,  ������lt,ni|...l nn Kl������!i itiver. I.nrd. an. \\ ������������������' t hum.* |  nn*., tiifii**t* l".lt a ifiil'' ���������"a.**1, litem*'* o: -.-"ulitlt i  .if a lli 11" *.oiitli. lli.-M'-ii hull n nil!'* w.'-f. ll **ui .* [  nli.**.*l*.'t\lli "'��������� it I"'.'' Ii'-rlli !" riil'**.! ������.' .*..ii:-  nicnei'iiH'tit. uii'l "'oiiIhiiiIiii.' t'l icn**.. |  BStr-Lni'KiO'l Vtlit .inn-, '.'*"!.  jn'i-'jiS-w -..oi-.v mi:miils-|'  ERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMEHTS  NAME....  i-Is^biitter_than-rle!ios_._^.i���������._.i.._i   We hare the name ol making  the onlv Stvlisli Suits lu Town  .  ���������for-durability  and   quality  tliey albo excel.  .������������������������/."==���������__TRY ONE  R..S. WILSON  Next the McCarty Block.  6J  PRIME BEEF.     PORK.     Ml). TON.     SAUSAGE.  FISH AND GAME IN SEASON.  WHOLESALE  ' Wine and  ���������AND:  "Soo Line"  IMPERIAL  LIMITED  !  IH  Merchant  ss  |rt-n.U*-ll  Inr.lmii    Ml  NOT I t;i-:  Mi'iii  l.iiin,   ���������.Hun'.e   In    Hie  ion "f ������t*i  K'/.itciiuy  ;A SPRSHG and SUMMER U   ||  Millinery    ||  i  I-.  NOTICE  .,1 l.r.*.  ���������-'���������Itlci.  |.,*t.*,.**i.  tt.1 ���������     ctn Lcxiiigtun Mminlalii,  i t.r'.t'Af.  ��������� hat L r.C. f.rcai, of Ni-I**'.".  ,..-.,it tut ll.-* " Iini,".r..u ���������',*J_V"'"'.~  ii.!!, ���������..-. Lu.rnc-l." *-r"������ Miner n  t-,;i-i v ���������*������������������... |}-...'.t.U.inti*:it!.-l*iy day- fmm  ,. ,|,,*.. l.-r.-.'. !'��������� ai-r.l)' to. tho MInInK  .*f,.,|( r f-vr ii rf-ril;',.*i.i-* '*' iiH|iroy';m'*iil*i  - u���������. p.ir|.i������-������if oUMiiuiig a'-'ro.vn Or-.nl ol  i- al .,-,*'��������� ctaiin,  \-.,H-,-tli<-'\^f,:ii'.lff.  thru ni-tl'in,  under  \-(j nr K I- licrcliv -:t ven Unit nl tin* *��������� *r|.ira  |i.*,u nf llililvdiiytl-Hall apply'" t.'i" Jl'.ii'.r-  iililc tin* Dlllel I'.iiiii.iiN-itini'T '.f land- and  Wcrk*. fur i)i*rni'--*'i'ni '������ i.iirflui*-" IfW .i'i". >,f  land in tli'i PMrlrt <d Wi*-t Kirf.'-nny d.~  <*rili**d ii������ f./11'..v-:     f'')miiii"i''Iiia ������������������*  Helium  .'**  ifiHrlc.-d,  lln'ii'-..  |1|������'11'*C  ti)   th'*  Irail cnn'-.'S Mciililinnelc  I'ruek   and  ���������'.!   I'.  Mi-Ken/ie'--north wc-t  cni'-r."  wontli -Id clniins. IIn-ti'-r* '-nit Hi .-hiiin-',  nortli Hielialn-, thence we-t 10 chains  pi.lnt nf r:niiiiiii*ii''''������i"i"  ������alU.lll.UClI.J������U IWI.   J]!_MrJ.KN.zn,  jui'.-ni i hi.  ���������d  h<-(',re llie  i-nicntii.  Ij.. si-il ti.ii tw-jnli'-tn day ol June. V.M.  f.c.'i'.'.y.v. .''���������',  e )'��������� 1.. 'A-  WHEEL FOR SALE  On -ml" one new ���������"'���������"i Crdiiinl-ia cluiin bicycle.  Will take I*", dollars Mr '^p,.. m;,!A, ��������� omc,._  FCR GALE.  t'liriii*.* n-'i'I'iiitlal r.r;ip<:rt.v on Mackenzie  Av-'niH*" Three Lots n-xt to Dr. McLean'.-!  rcslifince.   A|.|.ly to J.M. P'.'-tt.  For' Sale Or Rent.  A seven roomeil home for'.nlc or rout. Apply  o J. Keniiighiin. July 17 tl  FOR SALE.  Aliout -tl lifinl "I' '������������������'itl.lc, IS pttytii,  lmr-,1-1, liariii-ii, wu^on. Axxx^h: lmRKy*  I un mowers, rake, plow and hiii-iu'S-*.,  cream separator, churn, lniUcr  worlier, louli, etc,  Tolie.iold all lo^'cUier. and, ir desired, with n lease of tlio placo and t.ln:  privilege* ol' buying with inmii'di.if.e  possession if necessary.  F.W. COLLIN,  p  m  B  ?5>, Alndison   Millinery   Parlors.  035 '            ���������:  m Misses Shepard &* Bell ||  .i.T McKenzie Avenue      o.iffl      ^,J  The Latest antl Most  '     Stylish Mats.  Trimmed and Untrimmed  m  m  m  0,  jy-  -lm  Kndcrhy   U, 0.  Jas. I. Woodrow  BUTCHER  ItuUil Dctiler in--  Beef, Pork,  Mutton, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season....  All orders promptly flllcil.  CorKK.?aV?c5tB. RBYBM50KB,B.Gf.  Starting June ioth,  will make the run from Coast to  Coast in  rs  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  THE CITY EXPRESS  E. VV. B. Paget, Prop:  I'roinpt delivery nf inireols, ImRKilKC, etc.  to any parlor tliu city  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken  All onler-i left at 11. M. Smythe's Tobacco  Store, or by Telephone No.7wllI receive prompt  attention.  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  ������-������^k___ "i   in rr.-r*  ���������^^���������^��������� ���������  ^.-���������-jLt-^'ij  Cheap Rates  Now in Effect to the  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  T. W. Bradshaw,  Agent  Itcvelstokc.  J, E. Coyle.  Assist. Gen.  Passcniccr Agent  Vancouver.  A. N. SMITH  BAKER, CONFECTIONER,  v and caterer Etc.  CHOICE (3ROCERIES.  GRAHAM BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  Mail orders promptly und carefully  attendecl to  P. O. Box  'iS" Revelstoke, B.C  f  ������i  i  ri,  fix  i  ������f  i  W  i  r  if  1  m  A  ������  -fl  i  m  f.  H\ 6*1  I  fr  tt.  sr  fr  r  ii  i  <H  M  ������������������ ra*Maff*n������WTO*i.w^  1     1  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in tlie first rank of Journals in this  Province. Its mining, telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources a,nd presented  to the reader in attractive shape. As the local  paper of such an important Railway Centre, its  attention has always been drawn to Railway  matters, and recently it has definitely taken up  the'task of forming itself into a vehicle of railway  news in which railway employes all over British  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 noy/  rapidly increasing among the Railway'Men East,  'West and South. It is hardly necessary to point  out to any shrewd businessman the advantages  which it thus offers as an advertising medium  throughout the entire field which it covers.*  $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 office 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. HKRALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of the material at their  disposal , THE HER ALD' does not claim to be the  only priiiting^house^m^the-distriet>^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 Columbia. Write for Samples of 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��������� GO.  LIMITED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  iaaracg������������BCTiA,-^^M^*i^*.vJ_ Cgg^^  rat. scon'  LEGAL  I!. A.,  I.I..I1.  Iltirrister,      f-nlicitor,    Xnlnry    I-iiliUe,    Hit'.  McKenzie Aieitne, itevclbluke blmiuii.  Money to lonn.  JJAKVEY, M'CAItTK'i. .M I'INKHAM  llnrrlster**   .Solicitors, Etr.  Solicitors Ior liu j.eriiil Hunk of Ouniilii.  Coiiimiuv minis to lonn nt 8 per cunt.  Filter SiitrXT, Itevclstoke btnlion, 11. 0.  MEDICAL.  J    W. CROSS,    Ollice:    Mwbcn/io A\uiine,  Kevelstoke, 11.C  yUKCiLON TO TIIE C. 1". lt,  IleultliOllicer, Cil\ oi Rcelsloke.  Certificate  of Improveme nt s  N0XIC14  CHURCHES  Ml.rllOnilT tllUHI'II,  KKVKI.STOKK.  ricncliliiL' sei vices nt 11 ti. m. and 7::10 p. in  Cluss inei'ilin? nt tlie close ol tin* morning  service, fciiuliiilli School nml Hi bin class iUH'-IU  Wool.lv Tni'cr Meeting every Wnlncsiliij  ovening nl 7:.tt). The public nro cor.llnll.  lnviteil.   Souls ireo.  Itov. C. l.ADNKii, l'nstor.  ���������ST. l'inEltb (MtlllL'II, AM1LICAS.  Eight n.m., llolv I.iu-hiirlsl; 11 n.m., matins,  l.ilimv nml sermon (Holy Huclinrlst first Sun-  iluv iii ihe limiitli); '���������!:���������!������ Miiitlay scliool, or  eliililren's service; 7::m Kvcnson-; (choral) nml  senium, llolv Da. s���������Tliu Holy l.tielinrisl U  ci-leliriitciliu / n.m. or h n.m., ns nnnoiincea.  Holy Dniitlhin unci Siiii.tiiySclio.il nta:l.'i.  << .i. i-iuiL'tiNU:*:, lienor.  "Dont," "l'lielinii" and '���������Clara"  mineral claims situate in the Litrdcnti  Mining Division of West Kootenay  District.  Whi't'o located: Alone: Pool Creek  iiliiiiit, >, niilt* above bridge.  TAKE NOT I (J 10 Unit 1, F.C. Green,  of Nelson, acting its agent for B. E.  (ii ove, Free Miner**, Cei lilii'.'ile Xo. 13.  TilHYi'i, inteiul, sixty days fioni tho date  hereof tn apply to tin.- AI it i ii ��������� i? KiiL-nt tier for ceilificale**. <;1" improvements, for  the pui pose of obtaining Crown  grants ol the aliove claims.  Anil tin ther take notice that action,  nniler section '31. must, lie commenced  liefoi o the issuance ol such i erlilicatt"**  of iiiijirnvi'iiii-iits.  D.ited this 1st dav of .Tune 1901.  F. C. Glil:KN.  Certificate of Improvenients  NOTICE,  I'liiisiivn man tinmen.  Servicee\crv Snii'Inv nl II n.m. ninl ":!I0 l>.m*  lo which nil nre welcome.     l'ruyer mooting nl  Sii. iin'ieiyWeiliiciliij'.  Iti:v. iv. r. C.vi.IiI'.u, l'nstor.  HUMAN CATHOLIC ClllJliCH.  Mass  nt 10::m ii. in ,  on  (lr,sl,  second and  (onrtli Sundays In the month.  nr.v. riTiir.ii iiiayku.  .S.U.WllOX   AIIMY.  Meeting every niglil in their Hull on Front  Street.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets everv Wednesday in  Oddfellows'" Hall nt 8o'clock  Visiting Knights invited.  L. LI. Buck, CO.    ::::::  :   : F. B. Lewis, K. op lt. & S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  ������������������tegular meetings nre hold in the  Oddfellow'* Hull on the Third l*'ri-  day of each month, nt S p.111 sharp  Visiting brethren cordially invited  THOS. sti:ed, W.M.  W. G. DIHNEY, Itcc.-Sec.  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Roval School of Mines, London.    Seven vonr*  at "Jloria   Works,  Swansea.     17   years  Chief  Chemist   to Wigan Conl and-Iron Co.,  Eng.  Late f.hcmist and Asstncr, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Claim** examined nnd leported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  EDWARD A. HAGGEN,  Mining Engineer,  Member American Institute Jfining Engine.rs  Member Canadian .Mining Institute.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Examination of and reports on Mineral properties a specialty.  ���������Ctilji  N7  Red Rose Degree meets second and fi.iirtl  Tuesdavs of each month; White Rose Dogrei  meets third Tuesday of each qtinrtcr, in Oddfellows Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  EDWARDS.  WM. WATSON,  President.  IIY.  Secretary.  H.  EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEADS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Turs Cleaned and Pe-nued.  JUST EAST Of I'ltlCSBYTEUlAN  CHURCH  Third Street.  Inspection  of -    Metalliferous  M in es     .   .... .    ..  INSPECTORS' DISTRICTS.  THE Inspectors of Metalliferous mines arc  hereby assigned the following us their respective Inspection Districts nlth headiiunrters 11-  noted. Such assignment to take place Irom  June 15th,l'JOl, until further notice.  ARCHIBALD DICK, Inspector.  Headquarters,    t'rnuhrook.    otlice   of  Deputy Mining Recorder.  Inspection Dintriet wliull comprise all of  Eust Kootenay nnd also Coat Jtlver mining  Division of West Kootenav.  In uddition  to  the  duties  of  Inspector ol  Metalliferous mines, Mr, Dick will also nctn-  Inspeetor    of   Coal  Mines  within the same  District.  JAMES MtOREGOR, Inspector.  Headquarters,    Ollice      of       Mining  ltecorder, Nelson. y.  Inspection   llistrict shall  comprise  all   nf  West  Kootenav    except  Uont   Hivej Mining  Division nnd nlso theUrand I*'orks mid Kettle  itiver Mining Divisions of Yale District.  THOMAS MOIttiAN, Inspector.  Headquarters, Government Buildings,  Naiininio.  Inspection District. Vancouver, Island and  Const District.  Mr. Morgan Is also Inspector ol Coal Mines  for this District.  Noticu is hereby given of such Inspection  Districts and that In accordance with the  ���������'Inspection of Metalliferous .Mines Act, Ib!)7,"  and Amending Acts, notice of iiccldeuts to  employes happening within nnv of .such Districts must be promptly reported both lo tlie  Inspector of such DMrlci nnd also to tlie  Minister ol Mines, Victoria.  Iu mines not Included In the above Districts  malingers will report, In duplicate, to the  Minister of Mines direct, who, il he considers  it nceuvary, will assign 1111 Inspector to  hpecially report.'  Btaiik'Ioriiisupou *,vhich to ,nn!;o reports ������f  such   accidents   may   bo  obtained   from the  Inspector of  the  District, from   the  Mining  Recorder, or upon application to this ofllee.  ItlCtlAItDMcltltini-.,  Minister of Mines.  Department of Mines,  oih June, l'JOl.  "Choll.i" "Tnscon" mid L. V, (Fr.ic-  Lioiml Mineral Claims, siluate, .in the  Lauli.au Mining Division of West  Kooli*nay District.  When, loi-atod : On Lexington  Mountain Soulh West of Eva mine:  Take notici* that. I, F, C. Gtoen, of  Nelson, tiding as agent for Andrew F.  Rosenberger, F. M. C. 11. 502S1 and  the Imperial Development Syndicate,  Limited, Free Miners. Oertifii-ule Xo.  H, 22010. intend, sixts- days I'roni lhe  date hereof, lo apply to" the -Mining  Rernider ior ceiuficates of improvenients, for lhe piupiiM" of obtaining  Uinwii grants of the ahove rl-iinis.  And furl her take nolieethat tiL'tioii.  under section '31, must lie coininenced  before the issuance of such certificate:*,  of iinptovenii'iits'.  Dated this first day of .Tune 1001.  F. C. GltEEN.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Joker" Mineral" Claim, situate in  the Lardeau Mining Division of West  Kootenay District. *  Where located: On Lexington  Mountain adjoining Eva group on  West.  Take notice that I,*F. C. Green, of  Nel-nn, acting as agent for the. Imperial Development Syndicate Limited,  Free Jl inei 's Certificate No. B, 82010,  intend, sixty'days from the date hereof, to apply to" thc Mining Recorder  for a certifkate of impiovements, for  the ])iiipose of obtaining a, Crown  grant of t.he aliuve claim.  And further take notice thnt action,  under section 37. must be coininenced  before the issuance of such ceitific.tte  of improvements.  D.ited this first day of June. 1901.  F. C. Gkisen.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Imperial" nnd "Balfour", mineral  claims, situate in the Laideati mining  division of West Kootenay district.  Where   located: On . Lexington  mountain, south of the Eva mine.  Take notice that I, F. C. .Gieen'of  Nelson, acting as agent for J. 3. Folev.  F. M. C. B. 32038, Cory Meiihutok,' F.  M. C, B. 32.021 and John Brennand.  Fiee Miners, Certificate No. B. 32037,  intend GO days fiom the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recoider for  Certilicate of Improvements, for the  pmpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claims.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  bafcu-e thu issuance of such 'cei tilicate  of impiovements.  Dated this Sth d.tv of June, 1109.  F. C. GKEEN.  Certificate of Imorovements  NOTICE.  "Blue Jay" Mineral-Claim, situate in  the Latdeau mining division of West  Kootenav district.  Where located: ,.On Lexington  Mountain one-third of a mile south of  the Eva mine.  Take notice that'I. F. C. Green of  Nelson, acting as agent for. Dan Mcintosh, Free Miiiet's Certificate No. B.  32010, intend 00 days from the date  hereof, to apply to lhe. Mining  Uecoi der for a, Certi Orate of 'Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown grant ot thu above claim.  .. And fui ther take notice Unit, action  under section.37, must  be commenced  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  DaU'dthis 1st day of June. 1001."  F. C. Gheex.*  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.  "Thelma" (fractional) anl "Canon"  (fraetioivil) mineial claims, situate in  the Lardeau mining division of West  Kootenay district.  Where located: ^On Pool crei k  adjoining the Thelma and Dora mineial claim?.  Tako nolicc fh-it I, F. C. Green of  Nelson, acling as agent for the Iniper-  ii.l D<'vi.|opiiieiit^.Syndic*nte, Limited.  Fiee Miner'H Certificate No. B. 32010,  intend 00 days from ihe date heieof. to  applv to the Mining Uecorder for  cenilleate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown grants of  the above claims.  And fuil.her take notice that action,  under section 37. must be commenced  hel'me the issuance of such certificates  of improvements.  Daled lhis first day of June, 1901.  F. C. Giiee.v.  Strikes and Trusts.  The fact cannot fail to impress itself  upon the attention of the most careless  readers of the newspapers of the day,  that    society     on   the  continent  of  America is   at present entering   upon  .in   economic   eilsis*   of   no   ordinary  importance.     Gradually    amid    the  formation of gigantic   trusts and   the  rapid   succession   of .strikes   affecting  industrial establishment.*** all over the  continent and in the case of San Francisco    aliuo-,1    the    entire   business  interests of the city, one can observe  arising  the first sigus of an approaching   social   conflict,   the like of which  lias not yet been seen in liie history of  civilisation.    On the one hand  we see  the   bonds which   unite  the   various  sections   of   labor together  arc being  strengthened    and    interwoven,     as  never before.    On the other hand, and  this i.s a still moie ominous sign,   the  employers   of labor are  finding it imperative to unite  in order to  make   a  stand   for   their own   interests.    Not  only   ia   this  latter course of   action  exemplified   in the colossal trusts and  amalgamation of interest.*;, which since  the beginning ot tlie yen i* hnve become  so common, as hardly to attract much  attention, but in the case of San Francisco it has taken the simple form of a  common stand of employers against  the common enemy the unions.   The  tale is most instinctive.    In that city  within   the last  few  months a great  revival of trades unionism   has   taken  place.   The result has been the organization of all employer!.-to resist "union  dictation."    The   cooks  and   waiters  were    the   people,   whose   strike *��������� is  credited with causing  this movement   .  of the employers";   These people wereo  working  seven   days  a  week,   from  twelve   t-o   sixteen   hours a   day,   for  from four to ten dollars a week. iTKey  struck for a universal twelve hour day  and one day's  holiday  a,  week.   The  demand, so far from being excessive,  strikes   one as being quite ludicrously,  inadequate to the situation.    Some of'  the smaller restaurants gave in but all  the   big   ones refused the demands of   '  the union.    The wholesale  butchers  then took a hand and   refused to sell  meat to   retail   butcher shops displaying tlie.ut.ion card.    After defeating a  consequent strike of the  journeymen,  butchers   inside    of   tliree days,  the  wholesalers   next gave au order  that  no meat was to be sold to restaurants  displaying   the -union card  and  the  union- cards have in   consequence disappeared. ���������  Then came the.lockout of the boss  draymen. This was a direct assault on  the teamsters union, which was at  'peace with all the transfer companies  except "one. During the Epworth j  League convention the employes of the "  other companies were ordered to help  out this particular one. They refused  audjthe Employers Association ordered  a lockout. The. Waterfront Federa^  tion came to .'.the- assistance of .the  teamsters, who belong to. it and'  ordered a strike of all the unions in  the federation in a body, which has  tied up the water ti-affic in and out of  San Francisco.  Such a condition of affairs as this is  a symptom, which cannot be overlooked.. Turning in other directions -  we see the Amalgamated Association  of Steelworkers confronted by the  United States Steel corporation and  the ��������� International Association of  -Machinists opposed by the. National '  Mela.1 Trades Association. In the  United States the new organization  the United Brotherhood of Railway  Employes is making great strides and  in the face of ahe conditions confronting railway men since the amalgamation of the railroad systems in the  States commenced, it can hardly be  wondered at that it is.  In conjunction with these phenomena  Certificate of Improvements  3JTOTIOE.  "O.K." Mineral Clnlni, niiiinto In tlie  Revelstoke Milling DI*, ibiou of West Kootenav  District:  Whore located:���������In Ground Hog Basin,on  McCulIougli Oreek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles F. Lindmark.  of Revelstoke, tree Miner's CertinVate No. H,  4,Will, intend, sixty day* from the date hereof,  to apply to tho Mining Rceorderfor a Certificate of Improvements, /or tho pnrposn oi  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37. must bo eommunred before the  Issuance of such Certificate ol Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of August, A.D., 1901.  Xug 17 2m CHAS. F. LINDMARK.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  Rossland mineral cliim. situated in  the Larde-m Mining Division of AVest  Kooienay Distiiet.  Where located: On Lexington Mountain Soulh of thelCva mine.  TAKE NOTIOE that I, F. C. Green,  nf Nelson, at-lxix'^ as agent for Corv  Menhenick F. M. C. 13. :f2Vr2l and J. j*  Foley Free Miner's Certificate No. B.  32,030. intend, sixly days from lhe date  heieof. loapply totlie.Mining Recorder  for a certificate of impiovements. for  the purpose of obtaining a. Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37, mu������t be commenced  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Dated this 8th day of June 1901.  F. C. Greek.  we a re confronted wilh another, ap-  palling symptom, which is the absolute helplessness ot the governmental -  institutions in the face nf thcni. The  amount of misery, suffering and loss to  the working classes, to the employers  and the community at huge caused by  these strikes is incalculable'.. But by  common consent the governments of  America State or Federal, Dominion  or Provincial have apparently agreed  to care for none of these things. At  the same time we nre gleefully invited  by the capitalist press to take note of  the fact that the lemcdy adopted by  the government of New Zealand,  compulsory arbilintion, has according  to Premier Seddon nf that colony, the  author ofthe meastii e. proved a failure.  Hes.iys.'so they teil it**, that, "the  system ist ridden to death by the ,  woikers, industry is hampered antl  employers are in a continual turmoil."  This is a sad stale ,if things. Yet if  one may judge by the repot ts of congestion of business in the ordinary  law courts the universal tysiem of settling differences by the aid of a judge  and jury might be represented, if one  close, as ridden to death. Yet no one  proposes to go back to the ancient  method of ordeal *by battle. And one  may very reasonably doubt, if industry  is more hampered and employers are  more in a continual turmoil in New  Zealand on account of compulsory  arbitration than tbey are over the  whole Pacific coast at this minute on  account of the San Francisco strike.  At all events if the governments of  the United States and Canada intend  to preserve an attitude of masterly  inactivity and to abdicate all the  usual functions of government in the  presence of the conflict between capital  and society, which every thinking  man knows is rushing upon ns by  leaps and bounds, it means that  capital in the end will win. Capital  is  in   its   essence  both   conservative  (Continued on pege;2;  .'���������Jl  ������3i w.*-sw.^fM*:^irTr?rw.r^  ^���������^-Sfl-*^^^ ���������  *,J.Vf������(*"/;(t'A:,it_:*^>vvv  ������* JW .l- ItnU. (W^'Mrt I'.'  W..l--^'ffcKV)iV**AV*:^,li.*ii  ,-ii/iiiixu,*,itJt*.  4rt**l'l*l$r*****************  SCHOOL  BOOICS  ALL THE  NEW  EDITIONS   AT..  Canada Drug & Book Co  REVELSTOKE.  HF" f *M.*H������1**1"I"H-I**  MARRIED  Wisbor-Roi*ls.���������On 23rd inst. at  Christ Church, Vancouver, by Row  L. N. Tucker, W. Winsor, of the  superintendent's oflice C. I'. H. Uev-  elstoke, to Miss l-'lorence Hulls,  youngest daughter of Mr. John Hulls  of Satita. Panta, Cal.  Notes of News.  .Mr. MoAbee, dentist of Calgary is in  the city.  J. B.ivage. sr., is in town on a visit  from Kamloops.  ���������On Sale one large cook slove.  Cheap for cash.   Apply Herald.  Miss Turnruss is away this week ou  visit to friends at Craigellaat'hie,  W. J. Goepel, government auditor,  came in from Nelson on Monday evening.  C. J. Rumens and J.H. Wilcox went  up to the Standard on Sunday inoriiing.  K. M.' Home Payne, .Mrs. llornc  Payne and a, party from Jingland are  at the coast.  I). G. McNeil, superintendent, at the  Silver Cup registered at the Hotel  Kevelstoke on Monday evening.  F. W. Godsal came up from the  Lardeau last night. He visited the  Lade-Telluride group .ind reports  everthing   looking very satisfactory.  The Revelstoke footballl club have  decided to go to Kamloops during  fair time to contest'the Martin challenge cup. Nearly the whole team  turned up for practice last night.  Practice every nigh t now at 0:30 k.  o  Geo.  Goldsmith,   I..   Lucks and XV  Bielly met with an accident last week  while trying to make the crossing of  Fish creek at the mouth of Boyd on a  raft. The catamaran upset on a snag  in midstream and the occupants had a*  pretty close call.  There was a. meeting of the hospital board held last' night in the  council chamber, at which there was a  good attendance. - The plans prepared  by Mr. Dalton of Vancouver were  discussed. ��������� There is to be another  meeting of the board on Thursday  evening.  Ham Donelly has taken the contract  for the completion of the wagon road,  half a mile on the other side, of Eight  Mile to the steamboat landing and of  putting, in the'bridge across Eight  Mile. He expects to have the work  completed by the first of next inontli.  The weekly shoot of the gunclub  was very poorly attended on Saturday.  In class 1 A. McDonell carried oil" the  gold button with 14 and A. McRae the  silver button with Ii. A. E. Phipps  sports the gold button in class 2 this  week with 10. 20 birds, unknown  angles.  _On Sale. A quantity of Bicycle  Filtings below cost. We want to clear  out prior to opening up in our new  furniture business. The very latest  CychylineGas Bicycle Lamps for two  dollars.. John E.Wood.  Monday Nights Meeting j  There was not asullicient attendance  at the meeting called hy the mayor for  Monday night and liis Worship was  compelled to let, the few who did  assemble go without, anything heing  done. The excuse put, up is thai, nobody knew about, it. The aldermen  present at Friday night's council  meeting knew about it but not one of  them turned up. The fact that there  was going to be a meeting was mentioned three times in last Siiitui'diiy's  lll*:ii.\i.ii. Once as a notice signed by  the mayor, once in the local column  and once in the report of the council  meeting. That ou^ht to be siilVicient  notice.  However there was only a small  handful present and nothing wus done.  It senilis to the II iSKAi.n that in thus  ignoring the. proposition of the Vancouver receptioncommittee, lhe people  of Revelstoke are acting very short  sightedly. As the. mayor says, it is a  chance of making a display of the  mineral resources of the district of  which this place is .the centre, which  will not occur again in a very long  time indeed. Vancouver will be  thronged that day with visitors from  all over the province, and from the  neighboring states. We could willi  very slight expense, nothing at all  commensurate with the advertisement  gained, erect an arch on thc line of the  procession, following the suggestion of  H37*  Carpets.   Curtains.   Linoleum.  Absolutely Necessary  To purchase everything you want in the  Clothing and Furnishing Lines from  o  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. Biing  your prescriptions here.  RED]CROSS DRUGSTORE  G. F.' CURTIS,  Wc buy from the best Wholesalers.  The Quality of Our Stock is Excellent.  Our prices are reasonable.  We will open up in a few days a perfect  Imported stock of  DRESS GOODS,   RIBBONS,   RUCS,   CARPETS,   INLAID   LINOLEUM  AND FLOOR CLOTH.  Imported from thc best manufacturers in Scotland.  Dress Goods, Gent's Furnishings  Ti:u:iMioNn Xo. lot.  1'. 0. llox Tut  TAYLOR BLOCK.  McKenzie Avc  The Prospectors* Exchange  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NJELSON, B. C.  Gold, Silver Lead anil Copper Mines wanted at tlio 0V* Exchange.  Free Milling Gold Properties wanted at once Ior Eastern investors,  l'arllcs having milling property for sale are requested to send samples ol their ore  to tlie Kxclnuivte for Exhibition.   '  All samples should be sent by express Prepaid. Correspondence solicited.  Address all communication^ to  ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  Nelson, B. C.  Trouble arose at the Arlington mine  this week over the grnli served, or  ritthei* the manner in which it was  cooked, and as a result 95 men packed  heir blankets down the hill. It is  reported that the cook has also been  fired and his place ttiken by a man who  better undeistands the chemistry of  the kitchen. Most of the old men will  ro back in a few days.���������Sandon Pay-  streak .-  The machinery owned by K. A.  Bradley, manager* of' the Dui-uoone  Mining Co's. properties on .Smith  creek, for installation on the Blue Jay  placer lea*e has arrived mul will lie  forwarded to the mine at once. 'Phis  machinery i.s of the lineal and most  modern construction ever .-em of the  kind'in North Kootenay aad einlmilii..**,  .some ideas of Mr. Hradley".-*. A full  'Inscription of the plnut will appear in  our next issue.  Mrs. Guerin is opening up a fruit  store, ice" cream parlor and lad ict'  emporium in the premises recently  occupied by the Great Western Mines  Ltd. as a oSice on Front -St. The stoi e  has������,been beautifully decorated, car-  petted and furnished. Mi's;. Guerin  expects her stock of fancy tfoods and  ladies' supplies in immediately. She  is herself an expert in the science of  fancy work and has a thorough knowledge of the requirements of the devotees of that gentle art.  A. Williamson left a monster cabbage in the Herald office on Monday  as a proof of what can be done in the  market gardening line lound lievelstoke. Mr. Williamson attributes the  splendid showing his garden has made  this year in spite of the dry weather  partly to a subteranean flow oE water  under the garden, and partly lo his  system of deep ploughing. At all  events everything is so green and  * blooming tbat people will not helieve  that he has no irrigation ditth on th������  farm.  the Vancouver committee, which  could be so designed as to form it most  attractive and taking display of our  ore and tin*, milling industry of the  district. There is nothing in the  objection us to cost. The cost would  be veiy slight and the class of knocker  that is going .ihont howling that the  town is bankrupt wants severely sitting on anyhow. Echoes of this kind  of senseless gabble have even reached  Victoria antl ii cabinet minister who  was in town this week was asking the  Herald what in the name of goodness  people in a place shewing every evidence of progress and stability, owing  under $30,000 of municipal debt, mvanl  by giving a black eye to their own  town in this shameful and unwarranted milliner.  Neither is the objection that thc  arch should be erected here worth  while discussing. Whether or no it  will be necessary or even possible to do  anything here it is at present impossible to say. For all we know the  l oyal party may go through here at  night and there is really veiy little  hope that, in any event tliey  will spend more time here  than is necessary for n change of engines. The present arrangements are  that their royal highnesses will meet  the people of this province at Vancouver and Victoria. They cannot be  expected to take stock of all our little  potty local rivalries. They doubtless  look on this province as a united whole  and it is a far more becoming and  broadinitided attitude to take to fall  in with thiSjView of the matter than to  make thc royal visit an occasion for  airing those small and senseless jealousies.  The .mayor has ' expressed his  determination of going on with the  -work-oLgetting-up-u���������sultable.^-.di-.pla.jL  at Vancouver even if he has to go  about it single handed.   He should not  Railway Grievance Commission  The railway   grievance   commission  in the person   of   Prof.   McLean   has  come and gone.   F.W. Peters, -i-i-*    t,.-  Geii.   Freight   Agent   for the Pacilic  division was incidently along with tho  commission.    After all  the roar  that  has been going  on   in   this   town   all  these   years   over   freight   rates   Mr.  Peters thought that whon he and' Mr.  McLean hit Kevelsioke, he was going  lo be up against itsiire.    According to  schedule he should have been and was  lo have been.    However the elaborate  statement of   ireight rates which was  down on the list,   missed   connections  somehow, and all   that   the   professor  was  troubled   with   here   was   a   fovv  minor verbal   suggestions   in*  the   direction oT relict in   certain - classes   of  commnditit-s, made   by   such   of   the  committee appointed by the  board  of  trade  has happeiu-d   to   lie - on hand.  There's no use anybody'in  Kevelstoke  talking freight   rates   now   lor  somo  lime to conn*.   "         *..        .-  This Space Reserved  for John E. "Wood's  New Furniture Advt.  A Good Show Coming.  The amusement loving community  could not have a more appropriate  entertainment to wile away evenings  than a visit In the opera house next  week. The New York Theatre Company who come to us highly recommended, will opcii their three nights  engagement Monday evening Sept.  2nd with the pastoral comedy. ''Was  She to Blamer", a dramatization of  "Bertha M. Clay's great novel. "A Bitter Atonement." The story has been  widely road in Europe,and America.  Thc clever playright in dramatizing it  has added a vein of comedy which  relieves that monotony which so often  occurs in the best of dramas. The  following, complimentary,     notice   is  be allowed to bear the burden alone in  this way but the citizens of Revelstoke  should rise for once to the occasion  and rally ' round him in his patriotic  ett'orts to achieve such a success in this  matter for Kevelstoke as will do this  place credit.  Sure Winners.  The local committee of the B, K. T.  of A. received yesterday the following wire from C. E. King, Montreal:  "Keep up your spirit*0. Everything  good.   .Sure win.  New  School  rs  -*.V>.D:*-  OTHER  NEW BOOKS  AND  SCHOOL   SUPPLIES  N'ew  and   attractive  designs  SCRIBBLERS  Now on sale at  BEWS'   DRUG STORE  BROWN BLOCK.   TEL. 18.  from the San Francisco Call : "For  purity ancl grandeur that. 'Was She  to Blame' has no equal. The comedy  is bright and sparkling, which causes  the most sober minded to burst into  laughter. A play never to be forgotten : .sweethearts, husband and wives.  children, all should see it. A lesson  (with two hours solid amusement.) to  old.and voting."  Summer price*-, only il, Ki and T.O  cents.  Scats at CanadH Drug & [Book Co'-t.  H LEWIS    BROS.  ������ INSURANCE, FINANCIAL AND REAL ESTATE AGENTS  ������ Represent the 'following reliable Companies.  OPERA HOUSE  -NIGHTS-  3  ������ MONDAY, SEPT. 2.  THE   BIC    NEW   YORK p  ������ THEATRE |>  Opening with tlit: Pa-doml Comedy ^\  $> Was She to Blame.. %  ������ ---  rr.       Special Scenery unit Acccs'incs  sP  Popular Summer Prices :  25c, 35c and 50c  Seats at Canada Drug &  F3ook Co.'s Store.  NOTICE.  A public meeting is hereby called  for Mondav evening at 8 o'clock in  Tapping's Opera Mouse to discuss the  reception of T. It. il. the Duke and  Duchess of York. Ladies specially  invited to attend.  W, M. BROWN, Mayor,  The Provincial Building and Loan Association, of Toronto.  The Canadian Birkbeck Invpstmentand Security Co.,Toronto.  The B.C. Permanent Loan and Savings Company, of Vancouver  The Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society. ������   FIRE.-,  The National Assurance Co., of Ireland. FIRE.  The Phe.iix Insurance Co., of Brooklyn. FIRE.    '  The Phoenix Insurance Co., of Hartford. FIRE.  The Queen Insurance Co.. of America. FIRE.  The Equitable Life Assurance Society. LIFE.  The Metropolitan Plate Glas Insurance Co.  Agents for the Smelter Townsite.  Houses for Sale or Rent.  . O. Drawei���������75.  -*"������������������ *������������������ ���������"'���������'- ���������[ nmru'iim nrrunirianvir >"  rat-ZSB??*-** THE COMMERCIAL  *������������������������������������    "^        CENTRE OF THE  m.  'T'F^'f ,<na  JD/lliM JLJL\H Ur  Business lots from $150 Up  Residence Lots $f 5 and $100  SOLE  AG ENT J  REVELSTOKE  Si. C.  AND SEE THE BARGAINS AT  GUY BARBER'S IN  Watches, Clocks, Etc.  1844* Rodgers Bros.' Fiat Ware.  SPECIALTY WATCH REPAIRING.  Large and Well ...lghtcil  Sample looms   '                              Heated by-Uot Air ami Electric  Hells nml Light in every room  Free fins Meets All Trains '  Reasonable Kates   Notice   to  Contractors.  FISH CREEK WAGON  ROAD  .-K*> LED TENDER.", superscribed ** Tenders  for Fiih Creek Wagon Road," will be received  bv F". G. Fauquier. Ksqnirc, Government .Went  at Kev*lsMke, up to mul including the '2iilli  clay of Aogust, 15*11, at 12 o'clock, for the construction and completion, in one-mil*: Hcctioim  ot b wagon road from the junction of the J.ar-  dean rotrf, at Thompson'*'1 f.andlnfc. to the  boundary nf the Cum home Tow nslte.adlstanfin  of nljoiit 5 mi lea, 200 feet.  Plan*, and SpecificatloniCcftn Ui seen at the  r;ov������rjimcnt offices at Kev-l-itolie, (Jnniiiplix,  and Trout f.ske, and at the Store ol Mr. Fraser  at Thompson's Landing, on and after the ICth  day of August, 1901.  Tenders will not he considered unless made  out upon tho printed forms supplied for the  purpose snd an agreement to execute the  Uond appended to the form of tender is duly  signed hy the Contractor himself and two other  responsible residents of the Pr.ovlnro in the  pen������1 sum of 110.00 each for each mile of road  tendered for tho faithful performance of the  v:-3rk.  The Department is not hound to accept the  lowest or any tender.  (Signed)    W. 8. GORE,  fiepnty Commissioner of Lands ti Works.  Lands nnd Works Department, Victoria, B.C.,  12th August, 1901,  TO RENT  Furnished Booms to let.    Apply to R, Tap-  plBK. July 17 lino.  ..BARGAINS  ..IN   Flowers  -iHOTEL  VICTORIA^  JOHN V. PERKB, rPuoriiiKTOK     .  Night  Grill I'.oim iu Connection for the Convenience of Guests  Hourly Street Cur  Between Hotel u>d Station  "GSswQsfcolli������, io(Sc  t**^*.********-*-*'^^^'**^^  Aliout GO licntthy plants, lncluillii|;Fi]sehlns,  Onmiliums, Begonias, Ktc., from 25c. up.  wards. Call eariy and ijet tin* choice. Sule  bciilns Monday, Aug:. 12th. Store on  Mackenzie Avenue.  MRS. C. TURNROSS,  TO LET  A furnished house on Third St. poiitaliilnc  one double sitting room, dining room, kite-lien  cellar pantry, four bed rooms, one biitli room.  Apply Mrs. MpurliiiK. Aug. II St  FOR SALE  'the City of Bevelstoke has a quantity of wire  netllui? and boards ined iu the construction  of thc pest house fence for sale. Applv t; v  Shaw, city Clerk.  July 31 tf  &g=* UNION -S* |  Cigar   Factory  %  RKVELSTOKK,    B.C.  H. A. BROWN,   Prop  OUR  Brands:  SPECIAL  and THE  ALI.   GOODS   UNION   MADE  w  II  H  dS8is>_������l  UNION  1-  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  REAL ESTATE  C. 1*. ll. TOWNSITE,  MAKA TOWXSITK.    .  F.T1W A "MPT AT I Canada Permanent & Western  1 lllAllLlAL-. Canada Morlttiiife Corporati  A HUlllumL,   {Equitable Savings Loan and llu  INSURANCE !  ion.  tiding Association.  t Imperial Flre.      Guardian Fire.  1 Canadian Fire.       Caledonian Fire.  (Coufeileriitian Life.      Atlas Fire:*  Mercantile Fire.  COAL FOlt SALE,  HOUSES FOR SALE AND RENT.  Address Pgyelstnke Station.  ty^^f*P*-^kty:t>y^fy^tr\f-j^trr������.tr-������^  Many-  men have many M*  minds in the matter of dress ^  ���������but the dictates of fashion W  must be considered. W>  We make the clothes you w  want, correct in style, of the w  best material, and in a fault- ������  less manner. <|||)  There's real distinctive- ������  ness in the garments we df������)  make. (|������)  Our stock is the largest *|p  and best assorted in the city. |p  Your Patronage Solicited   J".   B-*   OE/BSS3^-A.35T,    2  The Art Tailor, Mackenzie Ave.  fl  fl  k  {('  t'.k  If  71  i

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