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 .0  ..i-v,-;, t rj ,    ,  5/ *-.*'    V    Ir   ������������������ r     .-'  1      I I ���������    *��������� *   J.  ' '    . L.'ylyA-f  y  l/  Journal.  Vol    V.  No   6c3.  REVELSTOKE B.C.     WEDNESDAY,   AUGUST 14, 1901.  $2 OO a Year in Advance.  x*&*t4ftr*r������*ry*'*-������i^-&44&^^^  This week we are offering our  entire stock of ~ .Straw and  Linen Hats, including Ladies'  Gent's and Chiidrens' at*. Cost  All the newest ancl nobbiest  styles.  MEN'S   SUMMER   COATS  AN'D VESTS AT A GREAT  T^- REDUCTION  is;  w&  ������\  -sH  Now in���������Big Stock-of-Ladies'  and Children's'  Lisle," Thread,  Cotton  and   Cashmere   Hose.  rAlso a "big   stock .of ^Gents'  : Hosierv, m*****Silltv <,CashtHfere-,  "and   .Cotton,  _, including -'the ij  celebrated Health-Hose. '  Personal Paragraphs Pertaining- to Railway Men Picked up  By the I-I eral cl.  Win. Kvans, a G. T. It. yardman at  Brantford, fell from a train last AVod-  nchilay and had one. lot; cut off.  -Su*.unship Minto is lo be put into  commission ou the Upper Ariow lake  immediately. '  The new C.p'.R: hotel at Field is  now complete-in*, far as the exterior is  concerned and is ready Cor the plasterers.   .  .Six now.stalls aro. now beiii������ added  to the C. P. K. round house at Calgary  and the Albertan says that six moro  ai'C* contomplated.  Tliu.Winnipeg;Voice  snys   lhat  Mr.  \V.  (Ji oss,   of   the  C.P.R.,   lms   been  i running a pump still inn out. west   arid  not making a very good job of it.  C. P. 11. l etnrns for the fiscal year  ���������show gross receipts of S:-Ji),S53,000, and  net S'lS.ltMl.OOl). leaving ,i net ievenue  available for dividends of $5,002 003.;  Goo. E. AValters, northern-shipping  cleric in the* C. P. St. oiTices, Viui-  coijver, was married ou Saturday in  Christ church to MUs Amy Beatrice  Smith. '  A fi-iiight train wrecked near Gull  Lake.in Assin.iboi.i is fetated to be the  cause of tho demoralization of the  trallie. Sunday's Noi camo in about  2T) hours lato on AFonday evening.  ��������� A. Mallory, commercial operator at  llic'C. P. Si. Lelegr.lph office at Cran-  bioplc has gone'to AViscovsin lor a  month's hnlid.ly. His place is being  tilled by C. M. ���������'MansfieUl of Kort  Steele. ."��������� - '  lid. Austin. J. ILerchmer and .lack  L-iduer left for Montreal yesteiday lo  attend the conference of lhe Railioad  Urotherluioils" Prolective"Board.. They  repiesent the 'B..L.'k.. O...R. C. and  B. L. F. lespt'ctively.,  The August number of lhe 'Machin-  ibts'.Join nal figures that in the strike  for the 0-hour d,iy. out of every hundred shops the" 1. A. of Al. have up'to  :-iliit-o.won in-T.Vpoi'.cenl..of' tins? shops  1hVi'ilved!,coiupro.niised.'Tti-'lirieeTiT-'and1  lost in*ten.*,��������� . ."   "  If you want a really .nifce'  thing m thess goods cornel  asd examine our stock.    ������  A {few lines-left which wc arc  efferir..:- at a sjreat 'reduction.  :_irry.   the.  '. y.  vv Hard"-"'  DttiVt; forget,   wc  rllggcsi Siock-cf i-ic:  ware in thc Citv.  .It will pay; .  vou, to  eel  our   Prices   before  nurcii  ���������J *.* f   r  -.sin:  '������������������.wbw.  ��������� Vttfi  '" 'ni  ��������� Proceedings have been taken against  the O. I3.'It., Grand Trunk, Canada  Atlantic .and other r.iilways, before  the interstate 'commerce.commission,  because their rates on Canadian hay  and* stiaw going into tho United  States arc'too low. '    '  By a Wreck on . the C. P. R. near  Owen Sound, on Sunday, engineer AV.  Campbell was killed, and br.ikeiiien  .AIcGraw and Lancaster, and fheman  McCaulay dangerously injured. The  trait, was wrecked by an open switch  or spread i n l; of the utile*.  Chief Engineer .Tas. Adamson of the  Empress of India, is to succeed Lacy  R. Johnson as master mechanic of tho  C. P. R. at Vancouver, the latter  gentlemen haying heoff promoted in  tho C. P. R. service to be assistant to  Supt. AVilliam. of the .rolling stock  department tit 31 on'troal. * *  The bush fires .along ,the.i.K'akiisp_ Si  Slo'caii branch arc giving.tho C. P. R.  officials considerable trouble, One of  tlio long trestles was burned out- Sun-  ���������day evening and another was threatened,      lt   is   likely that the fire may  .interfere with'traffic over the branch  for a day or so. Freight is being sent  into the Slocan by way of Slocan  Junction. ?.''   ' ���������' ���������.  -"���������-.   s  , * '.  ' fi.  A big shipment of Paints|  Oils,Nails, Etc., arriving.  Toolset all kinds always  in stock. *  *     -.   DYNAMITE,  ' '  CAPS,'.  FUSE: ,|- -    -  1 We arc agents for. tlie celebrated BENNETT  FUSE.      '  ltfS***&4*r***&4r*4f^^  C.B.HUME  &C0  ..Tenders have been called for in the  old country for the construction of a  n'ew last Pacific steamer for an addition  to lhe C. P. 'it. Empress fleet. The  contract has not yer, been awarded.  The vessel will be sixty feet longer  than'the piesent Eiupie^ses. and nine  feet greater^hcani. She must make  twenty knots on the trial trip and  eighteeit-regular running at .-e.i.   .  J. Stewart, the cunt rat-tot, who has  the work on thu change of the main  line of the C.P.R. between Field and  Otteitail, is putting up a storehouse  tor a camp about two miles this side of  Field. Surveyor James is'busy getting  out the levels for lhe new piece of  track whith will run round along lhe  bend of the Kicking Horse in order to  avoid the heavy grade coming west  from Field. There will be about seven  miles of new track. AA'ork will commence some time between September  _st and 10th and fiom 300 to 500 men  will be required this fall.  A communication was received by  the.'icting Minister of L'ibor last. w-.ek  from the railway mail clerks, stat'n*  that they feel there is considerable  risk to themselves in carrying on op  I'ciations on the Canadian Pacific  Itnilwuy at the present time, owing to  the had condition of the road and the  number of accidents which have already occurred. Immediately on  icieipt of this communication the  Labor Department communicated with  .Mv. Shaughnessy in reference to the  matter, transmitting thc coniiuunica*  Minister of Education Visits Us.  The Mini-,li'i of 'education. J Ion. .1.  O. Pi entice and .Mrs. I'rentito were in  town on Monday. In the inoriiing.  accompanied by Thos. T.iylor. At.P.P.,  and the school trustees, he went down  lo the school grounds lo view llie site  for the new school buildings. The  main point of discussion was as to  wliether the new all iielure is to be  built uf tirick m wood. The tiustoe*-  aud Mr. Taylor stood pat for biickand  lhe minialer ot education for wood.  It was point ml out lhat lhe dilH'i'ence  iu price between brick walls and  wooden wails is only $2,000, an amount  whicli could if absolutely necessary be  saved, by ntiii/.ing the piesent hot air  furnaces for heating instead of patting  in.ii new .-team heating- apparatus,  but Air, Prentice insisted that the  dt-piirltuent could not alloid lo stint  ou a brick building which the city  might not be in a position to complete,  when il takes over the charge ot lhe  finances of the school next January  and which iherefoie Ihe province  might be compelled lo liuish'!! The  whole mat ter was in consequence  deferred till nc_:t spiing lo see if a  further appiopriitlioii will then be  forthcoming. Air. Pienlice would not  even consent to start on'the foundations which will be of stone, no mutter  what material the si.persti uctme is  finished in. lie however guaranteed  that lhe appropriation of $3.000should  not he allowed lo lapse.  In the afternoon in company with  Air. Taylor he met the city council,  when the matter of provincial aid to  the city for its recent expenditure on  the small pox quarantine, was discussed but without any definite  promise being secured. Thc request  of Lhe city for the gift of liie old scliool  building for use as a city hall and  offices was also urged, but Mr. Pienlice was not- in a position to state  whether it was in the power of the  department of education to grant it.  The brick v. wood argument was renewed in tho council chauiljCL hut  without any further results.  The altitude oL the Minister of  l-d-icatiup on this matter is rather  didicult to understand.- There is no  question of the plan, size or general  cbaricteristics of the pioposed building between bim and the li ustees. It  isagieed that a building -to contain  eight looms'.and an assembly room,  with atone foundations is to be elected  according to plans.fijed with tne���������de-  'pai linen t by the trnstees"aiicl ptepared  by Aschitect Dodd of Calcaiy, which  said plans call for a handsome and  compact building of Ihe sort they build  in Alberta,.where each school distiiet  builds its "own schools and lakes a  corresponding pride in- them. " This  building the government has agreed to  commence AVe say "to commence,'  because the present appropriation of  ijiSOOO is not goinc; tc build ;it, whether  it is constructed ol wood or brick and  at any rate at this adviuced  stage of the season it would be  inadvisable to* attempt to do more  this year than" to put up the stone  foundations, which aro tn be put in  anyhow, no matter in what material  the building is finished. But even this  work Mr. Pi entice refuses to allow to  commence, while be sticks lo wood as  the.material for the rest of the struct-  ui e with a most inexplicable tenacity.  There is only-a matter of- $1500 or  ���������S^OOOat the most, between brick and  wood. Brick will give in .return a  durable building, a credit to _the city,  and province; with a large deciease in  insurance and a further considerable  deciease in the annual bill for' fuel.  Wood will give us���������well Mr. Prenlite  or anybody else has only to glance  around the school yard to see what, wood  will give us. Itis.incnnceiv.ihle that for  the sake of a paltry 92000 he is really  bent on adding to that ghastly  collection of n.omunei'ts of departmental incapacity to see beyond the  tip of its nose. There has been enough  money thrown away on "'wooden buildings there within the past three years  to have saved the present appropriation of SS000 altogether if the government had onlv listened at the time to  those, the Hi:������ALDaiJjong them, who  implored them to put up a good, solid,  modern, brick building then and save  tho province money in the end. The  Hek.vlh hopes Mr. Taylor and the  trustees will slay with it and never let  up till even afc the eleventh   hour   the  Freight Grievance Commissioner  The following interest ing sketch of  lhe life ol'Piofessoi S.,l.McLean|is taken  from the Montreal Herald's portrait  gallery:  Profeas-or Simon .lames McLean,  who, under appointment of the Dominion government, i.s acting as  special commissioner to investigate, the  grievances ot the shippers and ni.uiu-  I'actiuei.s of the Dominion against the  lailways, is a young Canadian who  has made rapid advancement in the  past few years and who, at theagu of 30  is i egarded as one of the most competent  authorities ou railway economics on  the continent. Prof. McLean was  born iu Queen City in 1S7I, and graduated from Toronto univeisity in 1S01.  ln ]S!!l-5 he waslbe iM.-ickcny.it> fellow  in political science, and in tbe former  year was the Ramsay post-graduate  scholar in economics. In that year be  wrote an essay, "The Tariff History  of Canada," which was subsequently  purchased by the Ontario government,  ln 1S00 0 Prof. McLean was fellow in  economics and sociology at Columbia  university, New York, and in 1S9G-7 he  occupied the same position in tbe  University *of Chicago. In 1S97 he  took his degree as Doctor of Philosophy and -was appointed professor of  economics and sociology in the University of Arkansas, which position he  still occupies. Prof. McLean has made  a special study of the transportation  problem as it ali'ccts Canada, and has  written much on tho subject. In 1S01  ho commenced thc publication, in the  Journal of Political Economy ofthe  University of Chicago,'of a series of  articles on tho beginning of the railway policy of Canada to 1SG7, the latest of which appeared in the current  issue. He has also had articles in the  Canadian Magazine and many other  publications. -  Oil As Engine Fuel.  Boom time is pnst at Beaumont, Tex.,  where a few months ago oil gushed  forth from the eaith in immense quantities, shooting many feet into the air  and forming a small lake of the combustible liquid. Still, according to Mr.  II. Corinan of Caldwell, Tex., there is  a great future for the oil of the Beaumont district. Ilesays- that the general  opinion on the ground is that the oil  gushes theie will tend to revolutionize  fuel consumption and will largely talcs  the place of coal. Oil has long been  acknowledged >i superior fuel to coal,  being more compact and producing  greater heat with less consumption.  One of the greatest drawbacks to itu  use, especially for running engines, haa  been ,i dillicnlty in providing enough of  the crude material to ensure a constant  and steady supply. That has piejudic-  ed its general adoption. But the oil  wells recently sunk at Los Angles, Cal.,  together with those iu Texas and some  parts of South America, lead Mr. Gorman to believe that the difficulty as to  supply will be overcome.  During thc excitement at Beaumont,  according to Mr. Gorman, land sold as  high as ,$50,000 for one-sixteenth acre,  and many companies that invested  largely have since collapsed. The oil  area is now confined to between ten  aud fifteen acres.���������Toronto Globe.  The Armstrong Fire.  An incendiary flre on Saturday  morning burned out Wood, Ciu-gill &  Co., Hardy and 'Wright. Fnwr &  Patchett. Burns' diuR store, the  Masonic Hall. Francis' implement  warehouse, three dwelling*, the I. O.  F. hall. Hawkins' butcher shop, the  C.P.R. wamhouseaud other buildings.  The loss is $80,000, insurance $18,.  000.  Thu lire burned out in one hour aud  a half. It was set with coat oil by a  crazy man named Eagles, who was  arrested.  Nothing was saved except by Burns  and Francis, who have one-quarter of  their stock each. Two families are  homeless, having lost everything.  The C. P. R. agent's house, and the  hotel were saved by burd work, the  former boiug protected by a carload of  potatoes between the burniug buildings  and tho station. Tbe hotel was saved  by wet blankets.  All the buildings will be rebuilt. Tbe  flour mills were saved by their own  waterworks.  Blood in Their Eye. '  A deputation composed of ten constables, who havo been looking after  the road between Fort AVilliam and  Kal Portage for thef 0. P. It., wa.s,  at the Parliament Buildings this  morning. They had,,blood in their  eye. It appears the C. P. R. asked  the Attorney-GoneraTif Department to  recommend a number of constables  fr*r*ser'vice"late"in June. -These ton  .were named by the department. They  wont out, and, after remaining 3G  days, returned to the city a week ago.  Tho ten are troubled because the C. P.  Si. has not yet paid them for tho work  they did.���������Toronto Telegram.  Cranbrook Shews Kootenay the Way.  The Mineral exhibit at the East  Kootenay exhibition at Cranbrook,  September 25, 20 and 27, promises to  be one of the largest mineral exhibits  ever held in British Columbia. Already much interest is being taken by  those who are in any way connected  with mining. Many and various  are the ore samples which are being  seiit in to the secretary from every  part of the district. This will be the  most important of the many attractive exhibits, and as Cranbrook is  situated in the very heart of a district  which is full of mines and minerals, -it  will prove very instructive to visitors  who have not the opportunity at "their  own places of residence of inspecting  the beautiful specimens and mineral  bearing rock which people in Cranbrook have. Ib strikes one also that  in making this mineral exhibit the  most important feature at the exhibition thc nianagenieiit':ris"acting  wisely, for it will give the outer world  some faint idea of the immense resources of South East Kootenay. We  are informed that this exhibit will  form the nucleus of a permanent  mineral display in Cranbrook.  LATEST NEWS  Passenger Train Held  M. K. & T.  up on  CANADIAN BOAT AHEAD AGAIN  Hon. R. McBride is away with D.  Murphy M. P. P.. on a visit to the  Similkameen country, which according to the Ashcroft Journal will extend 10 days from last Monday.  J. P.   Loughriir as  Arbitrator  Mediation may be tried - within the  next few days as a means of amicably  settling the strike of the C.P.R. trackmen which now, at the end of the  seventh week, appears no nearer a  termination than on the day the men  were called out by President Wilson of  the international organization. The  principle of mediation appeal- to be  favored by local members of the  Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen.  Moreover, the feeling seems to be that  the interests of the striking trackmen  would be'safer in the hands of a Canadian, in whom' they would - have  implicit confidence, and that Mr. J. P.  Longhrin] of Toronto, would fill the  bill in tms respect. -Mr. Loughrin'was  formerly organizer in Cauda for the  American Federation of Labor, but .his  commission was cancelled by President  Gompers because he identified himself  actively with' the agitation for an  export duty on nickel and pulp- wood.  Mr. Loughrin, who, is , thoroughly  acquainted withjthe cohdifcion.-rt ralU  way employment between Port Arthur  and Montreal, has, it is understood,  expressed his readiness to undertake  the task of'helping to bring about a  settlement of the 'strike.���������Ottawa  Citizen.  E^s:_xr.������z>KSi^^ 6xs������������3������!&������������cJ)������������������t^^  it  tion I'jcuived  cleiks.  from the   railway   mail  department   of  education   listens   to  reason.  Buried Thc Hatchet.  Col. Kobt.'Irving of the K. Si S.  went, through on Thursday on his  way to the Coait. Tt is reported lhat  he goes to confer with the 0. P. Si.  ofilcials on business of considerable  impovtance to both roads. It is understood that thc C. P. R. will abandon  the Kootenay Landing terminal and  will do all transferring for the Crow's  Xest road over the K. It. Si N.  terminals-at Kuskonook. Also that  the C. P. R. will lay down coal from  the Ciow's Xest to the GreatNorthern  at Kuskonook. From there the IC. R.  ������*c X. will get the water transportation  to Xel**on and the'Nelson & Port  Sheppard tlio jail fwight from Nelson  to Northporf At present the Great  Northern is shipping coal to North-  port via the Kootenay Valley and  main line to Spokane and then north  again over the Spokane Falls &  Northern.���������Sandon Paystreak.  ID   &   YOUNG-  Commencing Tuesday, July 2nd, for the Month of July  .ur Entire Stock of Summer Goods  Ladies don't   miss the   opportunity   to    complete     yonr  purchases   of   Summer   goods   at    BARGAIN     PRICES.  Blouses, Whitewear, Wash Goods,  Summer      Br ess      Goods,.  Sailor Hats Children's  Headwear  *P*<j stock must be reduced and early purchasers will get  the full benefit,  Boys and Youth's Summer Clothing' are included in the  cL<y  RAND    SALE  Also   Bargain   Figures   in Men's  Furnishings, Hats, Caps &c.  Steel Strike Still Undetermined.  Defeat of Salisbury Gorern-  ment Over a Factory BUI.  Lumber Mills Closed Down at  Three Rivers. Pacific Cable  Bill Passed the Commons.  Royal Party at Durban, Natal.  New York. Aug. 14.���������A letter from  Colon, Columbia, dated August 6th,  ���������aye that the political litu.tion on the  isthmus has hy no means improved  aud there is a consequent feeling of  uneasiness apparent on all sides.  Ptctsbcrq, Aug. 14.���������Neither aide -  moved decisively yesterday io tbe  great industrial conflict between employers and employed in the steel  strike and the result is still in the'  balance.  Hono Konq, Aug. 14.���������A despatch  from Pekin says that it is expected  that tbe protocol will be signed on  Thursday.  Thrks Rivers, Aug. 14���������AU the  lumber'mills here are closed down, the  logs having stranded in the St.  Maurice river owing to low water. The  loss is heavy.  London. Aug. 14���������Tbe Pacific cable  bill passed its third reading in tbe  House of Commons yesterday.       . c  Wichita,. Aug. 14���������The Missouri,  Kansas tc Texas passenger train; No.3,  south bound, was held up at "Coney  Switch, Indian Territory,, yesterday  morning by five men. Every paasettgec  waerebbed, the safes of two express  car* were blown open mmi the contents  tpfceriand the baggage car 'wrecked.  The amount secured is not yet* known  but"theTfbbb������>������^got^SOTe'.;vil_AUe  jewelry. .Several msno'bave^"^een '  arrested on suspicion.  Chicago, Aug. 14.���������In tlie international race-yesterday t&e Cadillac  was-iisqualifled at the start on account.  of foulingtheC-_.-dian boat, Invader,  wbicti'etarted-over the course alone.  The' Milwaukee, an American boat,  which waa defeated by the Cadillac in  tbe trial races, took up the race and  went on the course with tbe Canadian  boat. The' last report received, the  Invader was leading the Milwaukee by '  a mile.  D1SSPATCHBS IU BRIEF. .  The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall  arrived at Durban yesterday, morning.  The town of Fanunda, Norway,, has  been almost .wiped'out by. fire and_.12,Xi_  000 people are rendered homeless.  The remaing of the Dowager Empress Frederick were interred today.  Two men were killed in the Minah  minaatWyckes, Montana, on Monday night through the -topping up of  an air shaft.  Tbe C. P. R. has declared the usual  dividend for tbe half year of two per  cent on preferred and two and a half  per cent on common stock. .  Tbe civic authorities in Montreal  have been notified tbat the receptton to  tbe Duke aod Duchess of Cornwall  must be a vary select affair or their  Royal Highnesses will not attend.  An effort is being made to organize  tbe servant girls ot Montreal into m  union.  Tbs Imperial government was defeated in tbe House of Commons on  Monday night in the debate on tha  factory bill. The house supported by  MB to 141 a proposal opposed by the  government that textile factories close  at nooo instead of 1 p. m.  Our Desire to  make  room  for Fall  Importations is your opportunity to  save money on summer goods.    Begin on July 2nd, 1901.  REID   8c   YOUNG  | t*<64M**'mr������tf4[4r*'4f������m'*04t'r#4fjfG4;^ rjKHtjtW&jm^ppWjmjtMi+JrjtTjPMMM^ ���������  Smith Creek Placers  E. A, Bradley, manager of tbe Duquesne Mining Co's. placer properties  on Smith ereek, came down from tbe  Big Bend last night. He bas come to  fetch back the castings for tha hoist  and other machinery far tbe mine. _  The abaft boose is nearly completed ob  tbe Blue Jay.     ������  On the Revelstoke J. Sweeney    ia  par-suing   active   operations   underground and Mr. Bradley thinks they  I are nearly on tbe oW channel.    Ha  I considers the prospects oa tbis elate  very bright.  ./  /"  tii  *_-__���������_-_������������������ (<������'* Journal,  Published By  The Revelstoke Herald Publishing Co.  Limited Liability.  A.VJOHNSON,  Managing Director.  A Semi-Weekly Journal published in the  Isterests of the railwav men. mininc men and  butlness men of the West. Dnys ol Publication  Wednesday and Saturday.  "':_'���������.-.' ioVERilSINO'rates.  Di������  t-2 per     _ ._��������� ._       .   ..  Legal adi., 10 cents per Inch (nonparlel) Hue  for first Insertion; scents for each additional  insertion. Local notices 10 cent** per Mm* eiicli  i������sue. Birth,-Marriage and .Jcaili Sonet.*  free. (  ' "      ''SUBSCRIPTION  IUTF-"  splay ads., f 1.50 per Inch;   single column,  .er  inch'when'inserted i on    title   page  By mall or carrier, fi p< r annum; ?1 !  lix months, strictly in adiance.  for  OBK JOB Dtl'.BTMFNT.  Isone of the best equipped printing offices In  the Weit and prepared to execute all kind*, ol  Sriming  fn  n.       irstclass stvle tit honest prices,  ae price to all.*  No job' too large���������nonij two  small���������for us.    Mail orders promptly attended  to.   Give us a.trial on your next order.  TO CORRESPONDENT;*.  We invite correspondence on any subject  ���������f iuterest to the general public. . In all cai-c.**  the bona fide name of the writer must iieeoin-  panv manuscript, 'but not ix>ccs*-iirll.v lor  publication. _  Address all communications to the Manager.  SOTICS TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1.���������All correspondence mu**i be legibly  written on one side of the paper only.  ���������2.���������Correspondence containing personal  matter mu.*.t be signed with tlie proper name  of ilie writer.  O. j.. np.OGAN', Editor.  c(*]it for it brief moment not long ago,  wlion lit; dt'SCL'iirtoil on the constituency from tho hintovlnnd of Citrihoo  and i'df all tin. use he is to tho trackmen or any olher section of .the community he might just as well have  reniainod up there.  In    refreshing    contrast    to    t.h.'se  political piillci's ami do nothings ix the  (itliliitlr*   of   oi.r   local     nieinher,   for  lievelstoke ut Vii-.loria.    Ile lms   done  wlnil He could   wil limit   any   talk   <u  (loin is'i of trumpets hut. out of sheer and  unmistakeiihle   sympathy    with    the  men, whom He knows by hard personal  espt i ience to be only demanding what  i-, jnitly coining to  them.    He helped  very lamely to   got  Urn  government  lihindeL of appointing extra provincial  constables til tho   start  of   the   slrik.*  righted and has since visited Victoria  in connection with the same  business.  .Mr.'Tivylor looks  at   the������e  lalior  disputes with the eye of  a,   workingman  and with the sound  judgment which  can only come from  close, daily, personal contact wilh   workingmen   and  it  would   he   an   excellent   thing   for  Brilish Columbia, il   the  governmein  of this province would follow his advice  on .such matters a little oftener.  Wednesday, August 11. 1001.  POLITICAL PIFFLING.  MAIN CENTRAL TRACKMEN  Our   political    representatives    are  cutting a very poor figure in the trackmen's strike:   In the last issue of thc  Mail appeared a letter from  Sir  Wilfrid Laurier.in answer to a communication   from   the .Revelstoke   Liberal  Association regarding  the mil-actions  ofthe Alien Labor Law.* In  answer  he calls attention to what he designates  "an   important   'amendment   to   the  Alien   Labor. Act."   made last session.  The said important amendment gives  ' trackmen ..earning S1.25 ti day  when  at work and now of course not earning  even   that,   full    pnwc.v   leave-, and  liberty;   if' the   prqvincial    attorncy-  . general consents, to enter suit against  theO.P.B. to recover from  the company., one   thousand dollars   or such  portion of it as the sitting magistrate  may.award, .the government Having  curefu.iy "amended" itself out of all  power ot interference in  the matter.  'Why" does not Sir   "Wilfrid   tell  the  trackmen to go.to the devil at once and  have done with it. . He might -Justus  ... l'j<-'  well dp that as give them His blessing  ana teli,them to go and sue the C.P.R.  - Thefact of the matter is the act Has  been deliberately so framed  as to be  useless.. It is simply a barefaced and  impudent fraud on the working men  of Canada.  1   r"  If. Sir   Wilfrid   and   his colleagues  ���������want to see how an Alien Labor Act is  run when it is meant for business, -all  they have/to do, is.to try and cross  into the United States at Detroit under  a' cqioti-act as servants of some individual or company.. They won't iind  anybody chasingl round after the  attorney.-general for leave to buck up  against the Standard-Oil Trust or J.  Pierpoinc Morgan's Big Six. Tliey  will find instead an official of the  government ready to take prompt and  practicaVcognizance what has been by  law created an offence.' He isn't, there  for show or to fool the electors. He is  there toTdo.-'business. We have an  ���������official-appointed for tHissamebusiness"  too. Atleast.'we have a man appointed  so that the government can say that  there is an official, appointed for this  business. In reality he is only tliere  to prevent anything of the kind beitig-  ilone. It is a~ fact that two men  brought in from Seattle by '.he C.P.R.  to take the place of the striking trackmen, went to this worthy's oflice  and did then nnd there offer to make  affidavit to.the elTect'lhat'they had so  been brought in under contract by the  C.P.R. Inquiries made from this point  us to what happened elicited the re-  1 joinder that he Had referred the matter  ��������� to the Labor Department. Ten to one  if the department was communicated  ���������with one would find that they* had  referred it back to their man out here  and they.can be guaranteed to keep it  up, going i through the. motions and  doing nothing till^.the stiike is ovor  and lhe whole business hits . been  pigeon-holed and forgotten.  A_s for our British Columbia representatives at Ottawa, onlv one of  them. Italph Smith, has so far given  any sign tbat he is even aware that  such a thing as a C P. R. track mens  strike'is on. ALr. Ifctlph Smith got in  to his seat asthe great champion of  labor. Tliis strike however does not  appear to work him to much enthusiasm. ' "When a. champion has to  explain -why'it was he lay low,* one  may take it for granted that his  services have not been, of a. very dis-  . tinguished or satisfactory nature. As  to our. own member for Tale-Cariboo  -nobodv .ever seems  to  even  On   Monday.   June    10,    Lhe    first  authorized strike over participated  in  hy members of the 13. R. T. of A.  was  called on the .Maine Central Railway,  after every argument   known   to   the  general grievance committee Had been  exhausted in a futile effort to Have the  grievances ofthe  mainlonanee-of-w'ay  department employes on  that  system  satisfactorily adjusted.   On .Inly 3 the  strike was declared oil' by   Chairman  John Hogan, and the men returned to  their former positions under an agree -  ment  made* with   (jcncral    .Manager  Evans that there would be no discrimination against any   of  them   for  the  part they had taken in the strike or on  account of their membership in  their  craft  organization.     The   concession  gained to all underhands on the entire  system,    excepting    the      Rockland  branch, was an advance in wages of 10  cents per day.   All foremen  receiving  less thai) .$1.7o per day had their wages  increased to that   figure,   and   a   promise is made that an increase   will   be  given   to   those   not   included   in the  present  settlement  just  as   soon   as  possible.  The men would, perhaps, have been  able to gain, further concessions by  holding out longer, which they would  have- done had they not been disappointed in the action of the B. L. E.  and O. R. C, which they Had confidently expected would co-operate with the  B. L. F., B. R. T. and the O. R. T. in  securing a settlement of the matters in  dispute between the M O. Railway and  its trackmen. Individual members of  both the B.L.E. and O.R.C. it is  pleasing to note, rendered all the  assistance, possible for them to render  as individuals, but no official action  was taken by them as in the case of  the other railway brotherhoods.���������  Trackmens'Advocate. ���������-  Slocan   City   division   and   can   treat  them at an equitable rate, returning to  lhe producer a fair proportion of what  he produces.     If  cinches  go   in  this  egam the government has a lmid pipe.  ft'does not  have  to kniu kle down to  any transportation, smelter or refinery  monopoly.    It can   take  lhe   miner's  ore,  treat it,   for   what    it   costs   and  return the balance.    It does tint need  lo skin    prospect   owners  and   small  producers iu order to live. Its business  ability should furnish it with common  sense oiioiigh to keep  lhe lead  stacks  smoking and its concern for the public  .welfare should impel il to see that t.he  producers were not dealt with in a way  that leads to the bankruptcy court.  This is what Hie Slocan wants and  it wants ii bad. It is all right to go  round yammering about hampering  private industry, socialism, vested  rights and all that kind of old gull",  but drawing to a knot Hole won't  catch a lumber yard, and if the Sloeati  waits until private industry gives up  its vested rights to gouge the public it  will be still waiting when Gabriel  blows that* golden horn.  This i.s a strait business proposition for a business government tn consider. It is not a wild-eyed, hair-  brained chimer.i. 11, is what, the peoplo  want and it is something the government can give ifilsnienibers will shake  the bay out of their hair and rise In  lhe emergency. Such n policy introduced by an embryo minister, of mines  would find favor. lt. is up lo Mi*  Dunsmuir. If Mr. Dunsmuir means  lo do business he should come on wilh  his gu.-iranlee. The Slocan is wailing.  ���������Sandon Pavstreak.  ���������Ht35������*^������&_*i^������^^-^**S.������-i8^^  SPACE RESERVED FOR  SPACE. RESiiL  FOR  SSSHZI  from the  GROCERIES,  PROVISION'S, Etc.  m^mmmmmmimi  A . mm:    rlJl  Revelstoke  station.-'    :::  l V  ��������� Printers  ���������of  ��������� Fine  ���������Office  ���������Stationery.  Including-  LETTER   HEADS  ENVELOPES  STATEMENTS  BILL HEADS  NOTE HEADS  SHIPPING TAGS.  Notice  to   Preemptbrs   of  Grown' 7vLands.;;v.S;v7vv-:  POSTER AND DODGER  PRINTING   A  SPECIALTY  The attention of Prc-e'mptors of-Crown'��������� Lands-  is herein* called to an amendment to the '-Land  .\ct," raised at tlie last session, of the Lc-jis-  latnrc, wliich provides as follows, viz: ;  '���������ft. l'vc-eiiiptors of Crown Lands, whether7  in arrears in pavineiil of instalments of  purchase monev or not,: who at the.unie ol  coming into force1 01" this .vet: have obtained  Certificates of Improvement; or who shall Have  obtained Ceitilicates of,.improvement;,within  twelvemonths thereafter, slnill on'coiifornilny;  with the provisions of the "Land Act,"������������������except1  as herein* alteicd, be entitled to., obtain Crow-  grants oi their pre-emption claims upon 7com-;  pleliiiii payments ofpurchase money at ;thoi  rate oi soventv-'ivo cents per acre,'unil Crown  Grant fees, wliich payments niay ;0Q; mHUe;;as  follows: v* -^V-V" -^.-.V-Vy .'W-'V  ������������������ T������ ontv-flve cents per ."aero on, before., the  :.l.st day of'Decem her, l'JOl j ";V.;;;V;-',V:VyrVVVVV*  ������������������ Twenty-five cents per acre on or beforetlie  :iUtli dav of .lune, 1902;'. VV y:V v7VV.V:yVV; VV  " and the remaining*7-!y'Vy.Vv-V'.'V-.V..VVV'���������;Vy.  " Twentv-live cents per acre on or hefore-the  liist dav ol" December, 1902,- aiid^.without. any,  further payment of interest.'.';.  V;'Vy,;:VVV;rV^yV  i:i3-*#v-vVKS;'^ORE^*M*_K7V7  Deputy, of X'Vnds and-Works. ,.;7  Lands and Works,7 Department, V^VVV'-V'VrV  -   Victoria, 11. C, 1stJuuc.VWUl.7-7 L-Lv rri-y.L:Ly.:-y  ^i|;:;BEVELST0KE;7Vv  Sisiw Laundry CoJyi,  jjyy.L.We] challenge;anyone; in  .' 7 Revel stoke vto "gi ye ��������� su b-  ^tantiaL:reasoivS; for sup-  ;, pdrtirig Chinese laundrjes  ,.,���������������������������: In   exchange Vwe Coffer to  - gi ve id goocl: reaso n s why  ���������;,C)iiriese? laundries:;: should  ^not;iw^lTpn^d^-^\.;;$';  Herald Job Office  FRONT STREET.  MEEiiii|Toi  :,7Pr6prietors^P7Ki*.;7;  Notice to Go-Owners.  know-  Where Competition Comes   In  Com petition between rail wars being  pi-'iuiictiHy elimhi.'it-cl it would seem  thnt the compensation of employes  might tit least be allowed to remain  stationary: however there has* boen  instituted a competitive, system that  is more harmful. to the wage-earner  tlian. the-.coinpettt.LoiuJb_tM''jen_i-the-  separate corporations. ������'*Tj.'i  Each trainmaster, master mechanic,  roadmaster, division superintendent,  and soon up the line, is confronted  monthly witliu.compunitive statement  as to the cost that his department or  division contributes lo the operating  expense of the system. "It is only  natural that the head of each department should make every endeavor to  have his showing as favorable a*,  that of bis competitor*-;. '"WhaL more  natural procedure when other'means  fail than that he should resort to the  curtailing of the salaries of Ii is employes in order to reduce the operating expenses:-' Of course. the  unorganized, branches of the service  must, s-ufTor first, but gradually the  reduction creeps up the ladder.. If a  few of the. organized make vigorous  protest when it comes to them, tliey  can soon be ^discharged; then comes  the grievance committee (of late the  joint grievance committee has become  popular;, the result of which is nlmont  too well known. A slight concession  for one or more of thc orders, and a  slighter reduction for the 'rest. The  general tendency, however, is always  on the wrong side. Then each class  order feels that it is too weak to stand  alone on the proposition, with the  result tbat its committee! accepts tbe  inevitable. The other Brotherhoods  being satisfied have no grievance, and  so do not care lo afford assistance to  the Brotherhood which i.s unfortunate.��������� Railway Kinploye's   .Magazine.  What  Slocan is Waiting  For.  Jf lhe Jjtinsinnii* government is the  business government it is advertised to  lie it can btiild'provinci'il smelters and  refineries in this camp and can operate  the same without asking any favors  from.any firm, trust, corporation or  '.'otnbine.   Jt can take the lead  ores of  To r.icii.ir.D 3rcniAi.Mii>.  L'n'lcr Minernl Act 1S87 and finiemlment**  thereto, notice is herehy fcinni tlmt ire. Louise  Leontine Cirnhiim un.l (Ins. L.iml. have performed nil then****.-;,5'iniep.t work on the "Golden  Kngle" minernl claim, i-itr.atetl on the divi.U  between French anil MeCutlocfc Creeks, ac the  head of Ground II05 Uniiii in the His Bend  District of We**t Kootenay, located ltith September, ISOo and recorded 21 September, Is'...**  and that Itichard McDiarmid the recorded  owner of one-quarter iaterest in *-aid mineral  claini lias neclekted to do his.share o: lhe  .work or to pav for same for the years Ifsf'S, ls'*Ci.  1P00 and 1901." Notice if hereby given to the  said Pieliard McDiarmid that unle-< said  charges are paid within ...nety days of tbe  first publication of tlii. notice iveshall proceed  to record ...aid delinquent intere.-: a.s provided  by sectionJl of the ".ifineral Act Amendment  Act. 1000." i'  Dated at Reve!*-toVe. B. C, 6th Aiicu.������t, IMI.  Co-owners -. ,-'  t I.. I.. Ghana**!,  j Gv= I.rsi>.  Notice.  nav, thence half r.mile ea.-i, thence on.'-eixhth  of ii mile. .-0'jtli, thence half h jnllc .* "St, tlj**ncc  one-eighth of a inlli* north to plHce of i-oiu-  mencement, nnd containing HI acres.  rmr-l.nirtiiril '2l'l June, Ifm..  JyC-'.-m-iv COI'.Y MJ.XI.KXrCk'.  NOTICE  NOTICE I" hereby (riven that at the cxpir.i-  ti.m of thirtv davs I shall upply to ihe Honorable tin* chief ������.'oiiiml*.*-ioin*r of [.and- and  Work*- for j������crmi".*<ioii io purchase It'i-i acre** of  land In the iil-lrl.t of Wet Knvfiiuy '!.-  ������������������crlbcd a������ follows: Commencing at a post  planted about two chain** in a north ivc-tcrlv  direction from the [-oiiic where I*'i*.li Crc-k  trail erodes Meiiliinnlck Cro..'k and mark������d.  -J. H. .McKenzie'- north wc������t c.rncr." thence  Houth 10 chains, thence cast In rlin!n<, ilienc*  north 10 chains, thence west IU chains to the  pofntof commonccment.  Dateil this dlh -'uly 1901.  J. Ii. McKENZIK.  July 31 r m.  Government Distributioii of Stumping  -=.; Powder. V/vV'":v;vVV'.v:V;fV  FARMERS desirous; of;being supplied with  lllasiin-t 1'owiler lit cost .priee,: for,clearing  land, can obtain 'blank forms of requisition  from the Secretaries bi the.Farmersiliistitutes  as follows : LLr'LrLyy: 7\V,VV:yV;V:Y-'7VV-f':'V  Henry Hills:.,.7- Sec'y, V Alberni' Jnrniers'  Institute, AH,erui.;V'V7V   ,;::V:.,'W-7,'������-;������������������';���������=,:,'.,V'.'V  J. A. Ifaliiday,:7-Sec'y, ::C6mpx'*i:-Far-nersl  Institute, Saiidwicli.V       ���������.���������::;.;-;..������������������:"-"V :,-7*;;VV:"'^7*:  John Stewart.":Sec'y,..Xnuaiino-Cedar Farmer-. Institute, fctark's.Crossinj;, Nanaiiiio." ',.  II. ile M. MellinVSee'y, Cow-iehaiij.Varmer*,'  Insitute, Somenos.*-':-;:������������������������������������:��������� ���������������������������'*.*���������������������������; .o. .-:L::.  .V ��������� y. ���������  J |[. Smart, Sec'y;: ��������� Mctchosin I*arniers'  In-tiliitc. Metcliosin.:*.:   -V ^-LLL:--:,L'^-.-L-y..  C* E. lving, See'v Victoria l'armers' Institute;  Cedar Hill. LLTiL'-y'".:''���������':-���������:''���������'���������:.'-  *;.:'r,:;V7V'"7  K. Walter. Sec'y, Jslands Farmers;.. Institute,  Ganees Harbor.  - V7': '^: .-'7*::7 V   "V; :r ���������:'��������� -L'-'  E. A. Brown, Sec'y, Delta Farmer.,1 ^Institute,  Lad ner. VV V\ ''77... VV.:,W- L'-%'L; L"L'  H. Hose, Sec'y, Surrey VfcarmersJ.. Institute,  Smrrey Centre.'- V,���������--���������;':-.*"~- -,v^--;7^^V^/'^^V'v;  A. ll.l'. Mathew, Sec'y Langley Farmers'  Institute, Uinr{ley.,V 7V;'w,','��������������������������� :';,V^',-VVViV  Alex. 1'hilip, Sec'y, /Richmond -Farmers'  Institute, Viincoriver/-*-*,....'������������������'^���������.;.-.;,-'-..������������������������������������,,*!w'.'': :;*  A. M. Verehere, Secy, Mission .Farmers'  In*-tiliiic, MisiionyCity;'7;        -',77,:V-;      ���������'���������-.-:-..-::  G. IV. Chad*cy, See'y Chilliwack :Farmers'  Institute, Chilliwac;:. *-������������������;77;7-V-.^.v.i'.;:V*v,        '".  Wm. Green, Sec'y, Kent Farmers1. Institute,  Aca*.*iz. ���������-������������������LL:'. ',L''.'L_ir--V:.'V:V:":CW-  _^^.!-,-Wcb*4tcr1=Sei}ty^Map!c=iRidge=Farmers-  1 Institute, Websters .Corners.V~VVV;:.. V.-VV7--;.  1 John Ball, se<-_y, Matsqui Farmers' Jnsti-.  1 tnte, Abbotsiord.7:- .--y-V-': ;v���������"������������������:'������������������;���������������������������.  1 A.11. Cricliton. See'yv-Osoyoos Farmers'  ! Insttiue. Kelowna.V, ..'.if ���������'���������������������������'���������' ;:���������*,, i.'-..V--'���������''���������'���������(������������������'���������   ':  w.I*. Hor������ley, see'y, Spallumcheen Jar-Tiers'  rm Farmers'  rmers'; Insti*  Jan Farmers'  In-tituie, Vernoii. ..,,  J. R.ANDEKSON.������������������������������������'-     ;      ;-  Deputy7Minister of Agriculture,  nepartJiipnt of Agrlc'ultnrc,   ; . VV. -;  Victoria, B.C, U������r 8, -1901. V-v-,;-'.  FOR SALE  1 he City of Kevelstoke has a quantity of wire  ncttlni; and boards u**ed in tho conHtructfon  of the pcit home fence for sale. Apply C. K.  Sa.iw, t:itv Clerk.  Julj-31 tf  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  VNOTICK;;*, vv.-V-;V;vv  Trea.lwfll MiniriK claini,: situate in the  I..ird-������u Milling Division of West Kootenay  Ui-tricl. -,. V. ' ':'���������'������������������ ������������������.������������������*���������.  Wl.cr" located: On Kcsington,Mountain,  near I'oo! <T'.*.*k.brl<jR������;     , V     , V   .,; L.y . c  Take Nolle"* that I. F. C. Green, of Nelson,  untlng as xeunt for tho " iiopwrial Develop*  i flx-m .-viidiia:..-. I.ii::ite<I." Free JliTicr'>  I C-rtiScaie No. It32,041,xnteiid, sixty day*, from  tho rlnt" li-r������of. to apply to the ilinlnR  Her order for a Certificate ol Improvement**  for tti<* piirpo-'. of tibtairilng'ft'.Crown Grant of  the above claim, ;..;.- "��������� ,,V ;  And further take notice that action/under  Scr-tion  .17, mint' be   comroenccd  before the  Itsiinnne of ���������mcli Certiiicat* of Ijiiproveracntij:'  Dated tlii': twetitlctb day of June,-J90I..'. '.*;.'  , V       V:F. C. GJtKKN,  r  ���������'. JVI..3.  WHEEL FOR SALE  On sale one new |i>"> Columbia chain bicycle  Will take r> dollars for it.  Apply If ERA r.n Olllne.  FCR SALE.  Choice rrsitlcntial property on Mackcii'Ie  Avenue. -Three Lots n^xt to Iir. Mcl-cari'*!  residence.   Apply to J. JI. Scott.  For Sale Or Rent.  A seven roomed liou-e for sale or rent. Apply  to J. Kernaghan. July 17 tf  TO RENT  i    Famished Room", to let.  Where to Tay their bands on  him.  ex- the Slocan unci the dry .ores  of the , ping.  Apply to R, T&]H j .  itxljll 1 mo,  FOR SALE.  About :'i) head;'.of cattle, h">V]>igs.  hoi'rtcs, harness, wagon, sleigh, buggy,  two mowers, rake,, plow and harness,  .���������ream spptiratoi1, .'.'������������������"churn,- ;butter  worker, tools,-.etc.. c,  Tobesoltl all together, and, if desired, with ix, lease of the place'and tlie  privilege of haying with" immediate  possession if necessary.  F. W. COLLIN,  ********-h*****************']A**^  "'"::���������:r.. ';-::Vv:-:''?.v:'':;.r;'i;,;-;':.V/v;:'-:*:''%-:^  ���������;:;.; vr.vv;^;.Rate$:'-.V:', $i ^06;^ per:;'day ^AAAA,*  Good accoinmbdation.    A good Bar. well supplied with  :'������������������.:: Choice. Wines,  Liquors 'and Cigfars.       ^      ;;; ;  Free Bus JVleets All Trains,  W-Z  ;;;:vi  ���������fr j'-'���������'/:'.'  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Fish and Game in Season....  ��������� All orders promptly ailed,.  7^vPMME?;BEEI=^nffPORK;|smui������(m.|KiSA^  ���������77l  ll9W  \.wr:  Ttvv  7:1 Wit:  HlQliiRlSW  ;\V:HOLiESA;l_E:;:  "'���������"���������"''���������' f-:: -'���������������������������-������������������-���������  Mll-Mlli  .Wll  JiMgERiiiEill  Startingvjune;;i6th,  ���������make thefrun";rfrpiri';-Goast to ;  ���������-:7:-7y7\'C6asi:'iri7:7777^777'r7  ..*\l  Wi**  REYEI-iSTOKE^B; Gv  THE Cip EXPRESS  E. W. B. Paget, Prop. V ^  Prompt delivery of parcels', bacgage, cte.  to any part of the city   .-. V ���������  Any Kind of Transferring  Undertaken i  All order*? left at It. M. Sinythe's Tobacco  Store, or byTelephoue No. 7 will receive prompt  attention. ; ,.;'.'"7-;  Oriental Hotel  Ably furnished-with the;  Choicest     the    Market  affords.   ;..'���������,'  BEST WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS  ��������� Larg-e,; Light bedrooms.  Rates fi a' day.J, '���������'  Monthly Rate.  J. Albert Stone   ��������� Prop  ������ BL-&-  rL7z77:'7:';^^^f(^s:77..:7.77^;,;7:7  ;;V,7'NowJn 'Effect��������� to tliet V  -PAN-AMERICAN^^^v7':'':v'^  EXPOSITION.  ;;������j^v  i4:,  T. W.: Bradshaw,  V ~   AKent--'.     '      .v,;  ���������'*..'.'   Kevelstoke.'-:  ;';J,'E.X6y!ei'-:"  V   Assist. 'Gen.  Passenger Agent  .'���������'������������������-.*'   Vancouver.  -ti.* ll������������  BAKER, CONFECTIONER,V  V   nnd catererjEto. ������V ;,  CHOICE,GROCERIES.  N3RAHAAX BREAD  Wedding Cake, a Specialty.  -v:--;"^^-;:;;''-v.;'t:v-.:::,  Mail orders promptly and carefully  attended to  P. O. Box  132.  Revelstoke; B.C  :l  . ir fA  ;;iHMirii_H--Winra^  .'���������:"\ .7-'. ������������������"  1 .  ifZc:.  *  <f  ���������:>"  l  AND RAILWAY MEN'S JOURNAL.  PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.  Takes a place in the first rank of Journals in this  Province.   Its mining", telegraphic and local news  is gathered from reliable sources and presented  to the reader in attractive shape.   As the local  paper of such an important Railway Centre, its  attention has   always   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  Columbia and Alberta will Und the news of the  Great Railway System to which they belong, and  of personal and the happenings affecting" themselves and their fellow employes.  THE HERALD'  has long enjoyed the largest circulation of any  paper  published in the district,  which is now  rapidly increasing among the Railway Men East,  West and South.   It is hardly necessary to point  out to any shrewd businessman the 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 Columbia. The class of work turned  out has been pronounced equalto anything of the  kind executed in the large cities by much larger  Printeries.  Is equipped with the latest faces in.type designs  and all work entrusted to THE HERALD is  handled by experienced workmen who thoroughly  understand the proper use of thematerialat their  disposal THE HERALD does not claim to be the  only printing house in the district, but it does  claini 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. Ho job  can be too large or too small for THE HERALD'S  consideration. Special attention give to orders  by mail.  Printed and Published by  The Revelstoke Herald Pub. 00,  LIMITED LIABILITY.  A. JOHNSON, Managing Director.  2_!3_____3  ���������*?;;-'- Kt/sri*'-���������*������,*.  Bwawnw^marwurw  J M.SCOTT   lt.  LEGAL  ., I.I..H.  [Certificate of   Improvements  Harrlster,      Solicitor,    Nolan-    I'nhlir,    I.te.  Mi:Ken-tic Avenue, Uevclsloku -jliilinii.  Money lo loan,  fJAUVEV, Sl'CAltTKS .t l'INKIIAM  Itnrrisler**. Solicitor-., Kti\  Solicitor* fori in iierial Maul; ol Camilla.  Company mud-; to loan ntS |i.'i'<*i>tii.  i'lKST _'r.ii'l.T-  Kcvulhiolsi* bullion, U.C.  NOTICK  SMELTER CHARGES  MEDICAL.  J*  \V. CHOSS,  Ollieo:     Jlacken/ie Avenue,   lievelstoke, 11. (J  KUK-IJON TO Till*: t:. I'. it,  Health Ollicer, Citv of llevclhtoke.  CHURCHES  >i mi loin** Y ciiuni'ii, iii'.vi:i..stoki:.  rreacliliiK .services at 11 a. m. and 7:.������) p. in  Cla-*'. nicciliiK at the close ol the morning,  .service. Sublimit Scliool mill lllblc Class at :i:M0  Weekly l'mycr MeetlUK every Wediicsdnv  evenint; al "Sill. The public nre coidlallj  Invited.   .Scats free.  Kev. C. I.mjno, l'astor.  'Dora," "J'lii'liiiit" .mil "(Jl.ifi"  mineral claims situate in the Lardeau  .Mining Division ol West Kootenay  District.  Wlit'io located: A Ions  Pool   Creek  tbotit t, mile above budge.  TAKK NOTICK tlmt I, F. C. Green.  of Nelson, lifting as agent for 11. 10.  (i i ove, Fiee .Miner's Curtihiate No. 11.  ")(X)72, iiiieiul, sixty dnys trniii the date  lierenf to upply tii the M ining Keconl-  i'i' frirrcitiliciiU-*-. x,i lmpiovi'iiient*-, foi  lhu pin poM* of obtaining Crown  grants ol Lhe.iliove cl.iitns.  And further take notice that action,  under .section 37. must be   commenced  hei'oi e I lie issuaiK o of such  lerliflculo  of improvements.  Dated this 1st day ot June 1001.  K. C. Gui:en.  Certificate of Improvements  st. ].i:ti:hs cihihcii, anhi.ic.in.  EIkIH n.iu., Holy Kiicliiu-isl; 11 ii.in., niatins,  l.ittiny mid sermon (Holy lCiichm'i.st llrsl Sun-  dav In lliu inontli); '2::Ui   Sunday   .school, or  children'*, service; 7:ilu Kveiisnn*,' (choral) and  sci'inoii.    Holy Uay.s���������The  Holy   Ihichnrlst Is  celebrated ut . ti.in. or 8 a.m,, ns iiiinoiinccd.  Holy llapllsiu after SinnliivSclin-il at:i:l,*i.  i.'. a. riincuNi Kit, Hector.  i'iti:.siiYi'i:iii,\.N' ciimtcit.  Service every Sunday ut 11 a.in. and 7:.i(l p.m.  to which all are welcome.      l'mycr ineetliiK at  Sp. m. every Wednesday.  ��������� m:v. ������'. c. C.m.ih.h, Taslor.  NOT I OK  (Frat-  in the  West  HUMAN  CATHOLIC Cllt.'IIC'll.  Ma**s   at 10:11(1  a. in.,   on   Ilrst,   second  and  fourth Sundays In the month.  lli:V.   1-A-! II Kit   TIIAYI.Jt.  SALVATION   AI'.MY.  Mooting every nlylit 111 their Hull un  Front  Street.  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.,  No. 26, Revelstoke, B. C.  Meets every Wednesday in  Oddfellows' Hull at. S o'clock  Visiting Knights invited.  U. Buck, C.  C.     :    ::::':  :   : F. 11. Lewis, K. oi' B. <fc S.  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE   No. 1658.  Kepular meetings are held  in  the  Oddfellow's Hall on   thc Third l*'ri*  earls,    day of each month, at 8 p.m. .sharp.  v{{ "    Vlsitinir brethren cordinllr invited  THOS. STliEl), W.M.  W. U. BIli.N'UY, Itec.-Pcc.  # "Choll.t" "Tuscoti" und L. V,  tioiuil Mineral Claims si unite,  Lnrdciui Mining Division of  Kouleimy llistriei.  Where localed : On Lexington  Mountain .South West of Kvn mine.  Take notici* lliat 1, F. C. Green, of  Nelson, acting ns agent, for Andrew F.  Kosi'tilierp-er, F. M. C. 13. oiyjAl and  tlu: Ininenal Development .Syndicate.  Limited, Fiee Miner's'Certificate No.  U, -2'2l)Ui, intend, sixly days from the  date hereof, lo apply to thu .Mining  Uecorder lor curulicates of improvements, for the put pose of obtaining  Ciown grants nf the above claims'.  And lm ther tako noticolhia action,  under section  '.fi, must be lommcnccd  liefore the issuance of such certificates  of improvements.  Dated this first day of June liK)l.  F. C. GllHii.v.  Certificate of Improvements  A. H. HOLDICH  ANALYTICAL CHEMIST  AND ASSAYER.  Royal School of Mines, London.    Seven  voan  at  Morfa   Works,  Swansea.    17   vcars   Chiel  Chemist   to Wignn Coal and Iron Co.,   ling.  Lute Chemist and Assayer, Hall Minos, Ltd.  Claims examined and leported upon.  Ferguson. B.C.  EDWABD A. HAGGEN,  Mining Engineer,  Member American Institute Mininc; Engineers  -Member Canadian _.Iinii](_- Institute.  REVELSTOKE. It. C.  Examination of and reports on Mineral properties a specialty.  Ued Rose Tegrce meets second and fourth  Tuesdays of each  month; White Rose T)t_j_ref  meets third Tuesday of each quarter, in Oddfellow s Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome  WM. WATSON', HY. EDWARDS,  President. Secretary.  H.  EDWARDS  TAXIDERMIST.  DEER HEARS, BIRDS, Etc. MOUNTED,  Furs Cleaned and l?ej*aircil.  JUST EAST OF  PRESHYTEKIAN  CHURCH;  Third Street. '   .  -_ti������<A  Inspection  of      Metalliferous  Mines  INSPECTORS' DISTitICTS.  Tir-C Inspectors of Metalliferous raincs arc  herehy assigu.ed the following as their respective Inspection Districts v.-ith hcadi[tinrtcrs as  noted. Such assignment to take place from  June 15th, 1901, until further notice.  AltCHIHALD DICK, Inspector.  Headquarters,    Crimhrook.    ollice   of  Deputy Mining Recorder.  Inspection District shall comprise all of  Kast Kootenay and also Coat River milling  Division of West Kootenay.  In  addition   to   the  duties  of   Inspector of  Metalliferous mlne-i, .Mr. Dick will nl-o acta-*  Inspector    of    Coal  Mines  within ihu same  District.  JAMES MCGREGOR, Inspector.  Headquarters,     Olllcu      of       Mining  Recorder, Nelson.  Inspection   District shall   comprise  all   of  West   Kootenav    except  Cunt   HIvcj  Mining  Division and also the (irand Forks and Kettle  Itiver Mining Divisions nf Yale District.  THOMAS MOKliAN, Inspector.  Headquarters, Government Buildings,  Natinimo.  Inspection District. Vancouver, Island and  Coast District.  Mr. Morgan Is also Inspector ol Coal Mines  for this District.  Notice is hereby given ofsiich Inspection  Districts and thnt lu accordance with the  -'Inspection of Metalliferous Milieu Act, 18!)7,"  and'Amending Acts, notice of -incidents to  employes happening within anv of such Districts must he promptly reported hoth to the  Inspector of such District and also to the  .Minister of Mines, Victoria.  In mines not included In thc above Districts  managers will report, indiipllciile, to tin-  Minister of Mines direct, who. If he considers  it necessary, will assign an Inspector to  specially report.  Blank forms upon whicli to make reports ef  such  accidents  may  be  obtained   from  the  Inspector of  lhc  District, from   the  Mining  Recorder, or upon application to this ollice.  , RICHARD McRRlIlE,  Minister of Mines.  Department of Mines,  Din June, 1901.  NOTICE.  "Joker" Mineral Cl.tiiu, situate in  (he Ii.inlu.iu Mining Division of West  KonU'ii.iy District.  Where located: On Lexington  Moiinlitin adjoining Evil gioup on  West.  Take notice that I, F. C. Green, of  Nelson, acting as agent for tlie Impel-  ial Development Syndicate Limited.  Fiee Miner's Cet'tificate No. B, 320-10,  iiiLend. sixty days Irom the date hereof, to .ipply to the iUininf. Recorder  for . 1 certilicate of improvements, for  the inn pose of obtaining it Crown  Ki'tml ut the above claim.  And I'm ther take notice that action,  under section 37. must lie commenced  before tlie issuance of such certilicate  of improvements.  Dated this first day of June. 1001.  F. C. GitEii.v.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.   '  "Imperial" and "Balfour", mineral  claims, situate in the Lardeau mining  division of West Kootenay district.  Where   located: On    Lexington  mountain, south of the Eva mine.  Take notice that I, F. C. Green of  Nelson, act inp as aprent for J. 3. Folev.  F. RI. C. B. 320160, Coi v. Menheu.k, F.  M. C, B. 32,021 and John Brennand.  Fiee Miners Certificate No. B. 32037,  intend 00 days fiom the date hereof, to  apply 'to the Alining Keeorder for  Certificate of Improvements, for the  put pose of obtniniiiK Crown Grants of  tbe above claims.  And further take notice that action,  under section 37. must be commenced  bnfore the issuance of such certificate  of impiovements.  Dated this Sth day of June, 1109.  F. C. GREEN.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "Blue Jay" Mineral Claim, situate in  the Lardeau mining division of West  Kootenay 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 Miner's Certificate No. B.  3201G, intend 00 days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining  Ilccmder for a Certificate of Iinprove-  _m_enl.s.-fptthe_piti'po*je_of_obtaining;i  Crown giant ol the above claim.  And futtbet'take notice that action,  under section 37, must be' commenced  before the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  Daf.'d this 1st day of June. 15101.  F. C. Green.  Notice that one month after date I intend to  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Worts for permission to purchase 32U acres of  land situate on thc Northeast Arm of Arrow  Lake, in the district of West Kootenay, It. C,  and described as follows: Commencing at a  post planted on the nortli shore of thc Northeast Arm of UpperArrow I-akc. '.Hi chains southwest of tho mouth of Big Creek and marked  "Fred Robinson's Southwest corner; thence  north 20 chains; thenee east 80 chains; thence  south 20 chains; thence west following the  north shore of said Arrow Lake 80 chains to  the pointof commencement.  Dated 19th July. 1101.  uly 20-1 mo. Fred. R  ,   ���������.     ' FRED. ROBINSON,  jy-20-ln*, c. R. Skene, Agent  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE.  "Tlit'Imii'" (fractional) and "Canon"  (fmctiorvil) mineral claims, situate'in  the Lardeau mining division of West  Kootenay district.  Where located: ;On Pool creek  .ul.ioiiung the Thelma and Dora mineral claims.  Take notice Ih'tt I. F. C. Green of  Ni'lson. acting as agent for the Imperii.! Development Svndicatp, Limited,  t'tee Miner's GVi tificnte No. B. 32016.  intend GO days fiom the date iieienf. to  applv to the Mining Ri-cotder for  cerlificate of improvements, for the  pnrposi* of obtaining Ciown grants of  the aliove claims.  And further take notice th.it action,  under section 37. must be commenced  hefoie the issuance of such certificates  of improvements.  D.ited this fitstday of June. 1001  F.'C. GltEEN.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  NOTICE  Rossland mineral claim, situated in  the Lardeau Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.  Where located: On Lexington Mountain South of the Eva mine.  TAKE NOTICE that I, F. C. Green,  of NeUon, acting as agent for Cory  Menhenick F. M. C. B. 32 ������21 and J. J*  Foley Free Miner's Certificate No. B.  32.036. intend, sixty days fiom the date'  hereof, to apply tothe Mining Recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown  giant of the above claim.  A.nd further take notice that action,  under section 37, must be commenced  hefore the issuance of such certificate  of improvements.  D.ited this 8th day of June 1901.  F. C. Greet.  How a Miner is Apt to Get Left  on His Assay Values.  An article in a it-cent  is-,ue   of   the  Spokesman-Review  opens   up  a discussion on   the   Uisia   of  charges   on  smelting ore in the following article:  "For some strange teason there   are  many mining men who do not understand the litui-s on whicli smelters pay  for ore.     A   good   many miners with  promising properties expect thut they  will get the assay  values   on   a   shipment, loss the freight  and   treatment  charge.      In   this   fond   hope a good  many people think they have ore that  will net them a good return, when   in  ftict it will not pay for being handled.  This condition is particularly   true   of  copper ores.  "It is not, a pleasant Usk to undeceive the miner who believes that  he hits-a shipping grade of ore. In'  justice to himself, however, he ought  to know exactly the system of smelter  payments. Then he can figure exactly what he can get.  "The iiasnycr who tests a piece of  rock calculates lhc value of the gold  at $20.07 an ounce, thc copper atulxmt  I0J cents a pound and the silver at  about 00 cents an ounce.  "lie furnishes a certificate something like this :  Gold, at $20.07 per ounce .$   4.13  Silver, -1 ounces at 00c per ounce    2.40  Copper, 1 per cent (or 80 pounds) at  1(5 Jc per pound     13.20  Total $10.73  "Tho mine owner may figure that it  will cost him, say, SI a ton to haul  his ore to the railroad, $1.50 for railway fi eight aud $G for smelter  charges. That would make a" total of  $11.50. As his assav value is $10.73 a,  ton, he believes that he should -make  a profit of $S.23 a ton. Possibly he  has 100 tons of his first class ore on  tho dump, and he counts on getting a  profit of over SSO0 from the smelter.  ������������������But the smelter would not pay  anything like $10.73 for the ore. ��������� The  smelters have an arbitrary system of  their own settling. The customary  practice is to deduct o per tent, fiom  the gold and from the silver values for  lefin'mg charges. They are. perhaps  justified in this, for the refinery sometimes pays the smelter for only 95 per  cent, of the gold at S20 an ounce and  for silver at the current market price,  which is now 59J cents.  "It is in paying for copppr that the  smelter makes the biggest reduction.  An aid Cornish custom is to pay for no  copper except the amount  in excess  of 1.3 per cent.     If the  ore  does not   -  assay more than 1.3 per cent the miner  gets nothing at all for the copper: This  custom _ was   started  when   smelting  was a primitive business, and a good    '  deal of copper was lost in   inattein_j,..  Nowadays metallurgy   has, been  improved sc much that only about .3 of 1^ .  per cent, of copper is lost.   Nevertheless the   smelters usually charge the  old toll of 1.3 per cent.    In addition to  this they only pay for copper at about  10 cents   a   pound   instead  of  at 16J  cents, the market price.    This deduc-"  tion is alleged to cover the  refining  charge. -   .  "The assay.value of ore carrying 4  per cent, copper is $13.20. The smelter,-'  however, deducts 1.3 per cent, leaving   ,  2.7 per cent, or 54 pounds, for which it  pays 10 cents a pound, or S5.40.  "The smelter payment, therefore, is  about like this.  Gold.' at  $20   per   oz.,   less 3  percent $  Silver, 4: oz., at 59Jc,  per oz.,  less 5 per cent   Copper, 4 percent, less 1.3 pet-  cent, 34 pounds, at 10c per  pound     - 5 40  3 80  .28  Total $  11.48  "Out of this must come smelter  charges. $G per. ton; wagon haul,* $4,  and rail w.-iy-freights.-Sl��������� 50-per-ton;���������  making a total of $1150. As the  smelter only paid at the rate of $11.4-8  a ton, there is a net loss of 2 cents pet-  ton.  "Instead of making a profit oj over*  $S00onhis   shipment,   therefore,  the  mineowner has ������uffeied a lo������  of $2,  and that does not include the   cost  of  mining.  "These deductions made by the  smelters are a never ending source of  bitterness between smeltermen and  mining mer. On their face they  appear almost a hold-up. In deducting 1.3 per cent from the copperas-says  the smelter makes a clear profit of  aliout $2.50 a ton. The deduction of  a por cent from the gold and the  silver is a profit that varies with the  richness of the ore. In some cases  these deductions alone aro enough to  pay big profits for the smelter, with a  corresponding loss of dividends for  the mine. Smeltermen defend the  tolls with thc plea that if they did not  get the tolls they would have to raise  their smelting rates. It all amounts  to alxmt the same thing in the end  thev saw"'  ���������You can get Bennett's White.  Gutta-Percha Fuse at C. B. Hume &  Co.'s.   It has no equal.  ���������A big Hue of Christy Stiff Hats  now in. Latest and nobbiest styles���������  at C. B. Hume & Co.'s.  ���������The Litest in fall suitings for ladies  and gentlemen, are now to hand at J  B. Cre&sman's McKenzie Ave.  ���������New readers and other new books  for sale it Bews' drug store.  ���������J. B. Cressman, the AitTailor.'has  received his first shipment of fall  goods.  ���������All school requests such as inks,  pencils, slates, school bags and scribblers, an immense _,tock ot each at  Canada Drug & Book Co.  tt y������LiLLL)������?;ili/!/iir  ������**..,:������������������������  ���������r^'^i_^^-'*^-_fS'-!'.  *+'-'***^*l>'i4'_*'l**i**i*'}.*i*4**l-l'i**l**i*4*-i*'i'*  I Disinfectants!! I  ���������n      ���������*  fr  fr  fr  Foul Drains, Closets.  Stablo or dec.iviug  garbage need close  attention. Don't wait,  for an epidemic to  break out, but get  some  iitsMt^ttyiwwv*^"*^1'^^^  ^->_i������I#vSkVUV-������  CHLORIDE OF LIME *  CREOLIN, JEVS FLU I ������  Carbolic Acid or Powder.      >->  Yon can get any or these nt fr  fr Canada Drug & Book Co.'s Store  <f  fr *v  fr ************ *************  fr  Notes of News.  40c.  -50a:;  :60c.  ���������fast  b*>|  pr.  0  ������  Come and see  our Beautiful display of  SPRING   MERCHANDISE.  School reopens on Monday, Aug.  10.  ���������Special   sale   of ribbons.    Madion  Pat lors.  ll. Murray Hume ha* been away  on  a week's, visit to Nelson.  Assist.  Gen.   Supt.   Duchesnay   returned to this poinl last night.  "W. George of Taylor Si George came  baclc from the coast yesterday.  Bert Campbell   returned   from   the  Vancouver street fair on Monday.  ���������Buy  your children's scliool bonks  at Bew's Drug Store.  returned  locator  leVclsloke  lown for   a    few  Thos. Taylor M. P. P., wa.s in lown  on Monday to meet Hon. .1. I). Prentice.  Miss Grant, sister of .Mrs. XV. M.  Lawrence, has returned from the  coast.  Harry Edwards is getting up a ralllc  for a case of water fowl and a line  goat's head.  The boilers for the Big Eddy sawmill were in the C. P. R. yard on  Monday morning.  R. Green M. P. P. has returned to  Kaslo iind says he was never even  ottered a portfolio.  -S. S. Taylor" Q. C, a prominent  member of the Nelson bar was in town  on Monday cn route for the coast.  G. F. Curtis returned on yesterday's  No. 2 from the coast. Mrs. Curtis will  extend her visit for another week.  A. N. Smith returned cn Sunday  from his trip in Ontario feeling much  benefitted in health b3* the change.  ���������Send in your orders for Tbe Union  and Our Special cigars to the Union  Cigar Factory: " Stock nnd workmanship guaranteed.  There seems a prevalent opinion  among its Revelstoke visitors that the  Vancouver -street fair was kind of  punk.  The operatiou of wiring together the  pieces of J. Kernaghan's split kneecap  was performed on Monday morning  very satisfactorily.  W. G. Birney has just about completed the painting of the handsome  new residence of Messrs. Si. li. Atkins  and Chas. Aman's on Second St.  J. Kelly shot a nice young black  bear on Saturday about five miles  down the Arrowhead 'track and there  has been bear meat for sale at P.  Burn's Sz Co. this week.  Yesterday's Province contains a  lengthy interview with A. Johnson, of  the Herald, on the position of the  mining industry in the Big Bend, Fish  rivet* and Lardeau camps.  Mrs. Savage senior, of Kamloops is  in town on a visit to Mrs. McGregor  and Mrs. Goddard her daughters.  Another daughter Mrs. Parker of  Rossland is also in town.  Principal Sullivan returned on  Sunday night from lhis   holidays,   during  which he took in the meeting   of   the  Educational   Association   tit   Detroit  -^und-the-P.tn-American nt-BuU'alo.---=   .Miss ltuth Valentine   has  from her visit lo the coast.  '     A.S. l-'arwcll, the   original  nf the lowiisiti'.    whereon  now   si a nils.     is   in  days.  The Inlliiu'ing wiii tIn- result of the  regular practice shunt of I In* gun club  on Sal ui day al'lei'iiuon: (Mass I.���������A.  Mcltiif 11. It. A. llppi'i, 11.1.(1. limber  10. A. McDonell 11). A. McKae took  lht* gold button from H. A. Upper with  ',} birds to 2, miss and Out. (/lass 2.���������  A. K. Pliepps IU, T. K. L. Taylor 7,    11.  11. Cook 7, 10. I.!. Paget li.  -OxS.m.k. A i-uantily of Bicycle  Killings below cost. We want lo clear  nut prior lo opening up in our new  furniture busines.;. Tho very latest  Cycliyline Gas Bicycle Lamps for two  dollars.   John K. Woon.  .Morris -V* Steed, tiie down lown  grocers,   hnve  secured   control  of tbe  Monsoon tea for Revelsloke iind vicinity. The Monsoon, we understand, is  the oldest, packet lea in the w.orld. No  doubt but what .Messrs. Morris it Steed  will be leaving a packet ol' this tea iit*  the IIlCllAl.n office when after sampling  same we will be better able to pronounce upon ils merits.  J. D. Sibbald moved his ofllco on  Saturday from McKen/.ie avenue to  lhc premises on First street next the  Climax Hotel, vacated by EM. Mayne.  where he has comfortable and roomy  quarters. Ilehas the lumber on llie  ground to put down it sidewalk on the  First slreet side of lhe whole block  occupied by the Climax and his new  olTicc.  F. McCarty reports lhat six men are  at present working on tho hull ot the  steamship Revelsloke at Nakusp. He  expects that all the hardware and  lumber will be on the ground this  week and then it will be possible to  keep 17 men actively employed on (he  win k. The machinery is to be shipped  from llie. Poison Ironworks, Toronto,  on the 17th inst*. and it will be all ready  to put right into the hull when it  arrives, lie thinks the boat will be  ready for launching about the second  week in September.  J. J. Woodrow, F. B. Wells and li.  B. SUuiex relumed on Monday from  it ten dnys trip through lhe Big Bend,  which took in French creek, McCul"  lough creek aud Smith creek and  Keystone and the Silver Shield groups  on their return. Mr. Woodrow has a  hair interest intheSilver Shield. A.  W. Mcintosh is up there now running  it crosscut tunnel which is calculated  to strike tbe lead at about 123 feel.  The parly greatly enjoyed their trip,  meeting the finest of - weather all  through except one wet day.  Exactness  Is demanded in thc Compounding o  Prescriptions; and our care and skill  ���������the results of experience and  training���������assure that degree of accuracy. And, in addition, cur drugs  are always pure and fresh. El ing;  your prescriptions here.  RED CROSS DRUGSTORE      -  G. F. GXTRTIS,  Kancy While Muslins, All-Over Laces, Viileneimii, Etc. Swiss iind  Painty Muslins. A most beautiful display of thoso Fashionable,  Goods in vnriou**; colors at loc, 17c, 20c, 25c, and ,">0c  Mercerised Sateen Skirts iu endless colors���������all price:  We sell llu* Famous " PEP.P.ENS " Gloves.     Once worn always  sked for  Boys   blouse ������uits  Just   to   hand, the    finest shipment of   BOYS' BLOUSK  SUITS  These arc the best make in Canada iind don't rip anywhere.  Wo havo just opened up a large, range  of  Beautiful  SaU-en-Lined  All-Wool Serge and "Worstcred Suits and marked tht'iiin way down.  CALL AND SKE US BEKOKE BUYING  KLSKWHKRK.  t\l'-1***W  COMMERCIAL  CENTRE OF THE  ^ "W'-N T,"'-*, T"r8  ���������i*"'', tK,...*'      H       X''\    \'   o -  M srv 4 3 s'i������  **to.i nfc'r wtflrt \irf tiZ&'.J*   ***.-v-u_uv!  ������i._u2)ti  :itM  *<  THE  AYIDE-AW^-KE  BUSINESS   MEN,   MACKENZIE   AVE.  TAYLOR U1.0CIC.  McKenzie Ave  Comaplix Notes  Comaplix, Aug. 12.���������A dangerous  bush fire is burning for it distance of  about three miles between Comaplix  and Camborne. It is very likely to do  a lot of damage and with a little wind  blowing it is liable to spread to tlie  track as it is working that way.  Engineer Green and stall" have gone  up today to survey the Oyster group.  Professor Blockberger says he will  have about twelve men .working all  winter on his Kingston group_l___  Tete Jaune Cache Mica.  The following report was contribute 1  to the geological department by Mr.  McEvoy iind printed by them. Itgivis  the result of explorations made iu 'OS  in the vicinity of Tete Jaune Cache:  '* On the southwest side of the  valley, opposite Tete Jaune Cache, on  Mica Mountain, a great many mica  schislsare found dipping S.-tij degree.-;  W. al angles of ;>() degrees lo SO d;-  grees. This series includes- dark glittering mica-schist, easily weathering,  thinly foliated, garnetiferous mica-  schist, wilh a high percentage of mica  iind garnet, hard garnetiferous mica-  schist in massive beds, bauds of dark,  fine-grained micaceous rock apparently  of eruptive origin aud layers of fine-  firained gneiss, whiih in some  instances al least.is certainly inlrusivo.  The whole series, while dill'er'mg  somewhat from the Shuswap series of  the southern interior of Rritish  Columbia, shows the main characteristics of thiil series and mav be. classed  its such. The age nf this series us  given by Dr. D.iwsou. is Archaean.  The wide valley intervening between  these rocks and those of Cambrian age  opposite, is covered by superficial  deposits and hides the line of contact.  It would be necessary to assume a  grent fault, along this valley to explain  the altitude of the rocks of the Shuswap series, if the apparent dip of these  rocks were the real dip'uf the original  bedding, but such is not lhe case.  The rocks are extremely foliated and  all trace of the original bedding is  destroyed. This foliation is roughly  parallel lo that seen in the Cambrian  rocks across the valley where the  original bedding could still be distinguished. As it was there independent of the dip nf tbe bedding, il cannot  here be taken lo hnve any  significance.  in the.determinatior. of. the, thickness  r.****,**n ���������=*.->   trzx    .|IM1*.|)  f*.       ������'?\f if    ,j,  ciiliulll NJ    \lxi$  fs A TT >X %V T$'  Business Lots froni $150 Up  wSidence  SOLE  AG ENT.  hN-ry  w  REVELSTOKE  B. C.  *Ztj8I3Q&&&Z5ESr\?S������LS2������n3tEaBjXX^ _  t&gtt'<t'-&ir*4r<i'.t'<^^  Ti:Li:rnoNi. No. 11)1.  1'. O. Box 7l'0  No. 5 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  GoliI, Silver Lend and Copper Mines wanted at tlie ������n>***Ext>linii(-;i>.  Free Mllllnj. Cold J'ropcrties wanted xi. once for ..iisteni investors,  l'iirtiiui having ininiiiK property lor tale tire requested to send samples of their oit  j lo tlie lj.'.ehiinije for Exhibition.  All samples slioulil be seiu by express Prepaid. Correspondence solicited.  Address all eomminiications to  I ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER, NeiS5n, b.c  eTTy a.  NOTARY  PUBLIC,  .A-GrlE  REAL EST.  I <"!..*. It. TOWNSITE.  ~\ .MAIIA TOW.N'SITU.  FINANCIAL-!  Fivr.  in 3  UR  AN lb  t    OAL   FOR SALE  Ciiini'la reriiiiinent & Wi'Morn  Ciuitltli- Mnrl*.-n*re IJornonuioTi.  t liipiiuible .'livings Loan aiul lliiihling Association.  - I in j .t-rinl Fi.'i*.      tiiinriliAii J.'lrc.      Mercantile Fire.  'Juiiu'iinu Kire.      UttU'.ioiiiiin Kire.  . coiitedvratliiii Life.      Allan Kin*.  HOUSES I''01i SALE AND BENT.  ������������������������!������-Reveistoke Station.  tl ' fr  THUS   P3RFEOT  This Space Reserved  for John E. "Wood's  New Furniture Advt.  Many men have many  minds in the matter of dress  ���������but the dictates of fashion  must be considered.  Wc make tlie clothes you  want, correct in style, ofthe  besL material, and inafault-  lcss manner.  There's real distinctiveness in the garments wc  ma.ee.  Our slock is lhc largest  and best assorted in the city.  Vour Patron:  :ge Solicited    J.  The Art Tailor  b. a:n,:Ess:M:.A.:isr,  i   Mackenzie Ave.  Heated by Hot Air and Kleetrii.  Hells and Light in every room  ruins  LnrRC mid Well ..ijjlueil  Sample "looms   Free llus Jleets AU  lluii**oiiablo Kates    ���������''"������������������! -^HQTBL  VICTORIA^'  JOHN V. PE-IICS, fKOPjiiETOit  .  Xifjlit   Grill xioiz.i in ('Minor.tion for tbe Convenicnee of Guests  -  Ktroi'i (inr  ���������Now ready The Union and Our  Special cigars iit the Union Oig.-ir  factory. Stock nnd Workmanship  guaranteed,  Jas. Reighly is busy packing supplies up Jordan Creek preparatory to  commencing a winter's work of  development* on the St. Lawrence and  "Wild Goose groups up tho creek.  E." C. Fromey came in on Sunday  from Field, whereheha.sbeen working  on the brickwork of the new C. P. R.  hotel. lie is going back as soon as n  ftesh supply of brick arrive^ from  Canmorc.  D. McClelland of the "Windsor hotel  Trout I^ake City, came up 1,-iat evening  to meet Mrs. McClelland who has been  visiting in the East. Mr. McClelland  leport.s hiiainc.-'s in Trout I^ike a.**.  much brighter than during the early  .-ummcr.  Owin;: to a printer".- error in our  last issue the IIekai.d wa.s made tn  say that Miss McConnell was going to  lake the two classes taught hy Miss  Fraser and Miss Edgar until the ulir-e  of the normal school course. It should  have read Miss McConnell and Miss  Gri'nt.  The postponed lawn social under  the auspices of the Epworth League  will be held next Monday evening on  the lawn at the residence of Mr. and  Mrs. Lindmark. The Independent  band will be in attendance, iind ice  fi-eam. lemonade iind refreshments  will be served.  The lawn social under the auspicc.*-  of the Ladies Aid of the Methodist  church was held last evening on the  parsonage grounds and was a splendid  success in every respect, there heing  a large attendance of friends who  thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The  Independent Band was present and  rendered a splendid programme of  music during the evening.  The Georgia Minstrels. -  Kichitrds & Pringle's'Georgia Minstrels were here on Monday. The street  parade was a very attractive feature  of their visit. It fetched a big crowd  out on the street and r.o doubt had a  good deal to do wilh the bumper  house, which attended the evening  petfurmatice. Tlie entertainment led  otT with part of the comic opera  Mikado, which was much eirjoycd unit  comprised teveriil tirst-class numbeis.  the Alabama Quartette especially  being a very meritorious turn.  rs  of tbe formation.  "Pegmatite veins are of frequent  occurrence in the garnetiferous mitii-  schists, some of them having a thickness of over fifty feet.  "Thc ordinary constituents of   thi  are, rpiarlz.   trictinic  felspar and mus-  covite.  In addition to thes'-" they koiiio-  time*i   contain     tourmaline,     garnet,  cyanitf. beryl iind apatite.       Dr. IIoiT  matin   has   kindly examined many t i  the mini-rill specimens   collected,   and  h.-'.*- ili'ti'i'iiiiiied ! In-Sf..    On min of I hf-"  veins seven miles soulh of Tc-lo .Inuiie  (.'ache,   the   ljon.inza    mica    mini*     is  located.       It   is   ."vJOO   iet-t   nbovi* tin*  level of lhu Fra-vr river.      \Vb<'r<*   an  opening   has been   made,    the  vein i.s  iibniit IIfteen fct wide  dipping   S.    15  degrees   XV.     10   degrees,     with      the  M.hi-tri.    Its continuation to the nnrth-  uv.st, is covered with   tain***   from   thr*  mountain, while on the southeast *-idc  of the opening,  the   original   num.!  Lop   of   the   vein   is   covered   by tin* j  schists.        The.,  rpiartz.    felspar     audi  mtiscnvito.   are   sejiiiYatcd    into   largo!  : l.VD,,  OTHER  NEW BOOKS  AND  SCHOOL   SUPPLIES  X  ew  and   attr.-fct.ive   designs  in  SCRIBBLERS  Xow on sale at  BEWS'   DRUG STORE  BROWN BLOCK.   TEL. 18.  ninscovit  the fact that the great dcnnilalii-in tr  which these mountains have been subjected has onlv in recent times exposed  thc top of the depo--.il, but also from  the amount of .segregation, that Ihe  mass has been cooled at ,i great depth,  antl very slowly. Meryl is found in  this vein. The mica is a li'anspnrcn*.  miiseovitc with a very slight greenish  cast, and of excellent quiUty. While  little wot k has been done wilh a view-  to proving the extent of the deposil,  it may reasonably he expected, from  what act nail V appeals, that a largo  ipiantity of mica can be obtained here,  and the probabilities of further important developments appear to he  very'favorable. Thirty feet below the  IJonanz.'t vein, is another vein of peg*  matite, forty feet thick.   A few miles  Deal on the American Group.  The American , group which is  siriiated about 12 miles from Trout  Lake City down the lake is being  h inded to an American company.  Th.* t.-xpt'1't leprcsentin^ the purchasing company is now on the  investigating the property.  inns***!.?.      The   crystals  of  which are frequently  cight-jen   inche**.!  long nud eleven inches wide, arc found j  in greatest abundance near  the  bang-!  ing wall.     It is evident, not only from , ,r1>njlin p,lss yesterday bringing  specimens of a strike of copper ore,   which  Rich Copper Strike.  3.   Reighley   came   down  from the  h". has mad** near tbe Wild Gooste.  il-.'. has uncovered a considerable body  of very good looking ore. some of  which he h;i.s sent away for assay,  while one very fine piece is to go to  Ottawa. Jim is bound, to make the  Jordan Pass stick yet.  ���������New readois and other new books  for sale -it liews' drug store. o  ���������J. II. Ci'MSsman, the Art Tailor, has  received his first shipment of fall  goods.  ���������All school request-*) such as inkn.  pencils, slates, school bags and scribblers, an immense stock ot each at  Canada Drug tc Dook Co.  FOR SALE  The City of Rcvplstoltc has a qnantityoriiire  netting and boards used in the construction  of the pest home fence for sale. Applv c. t.  Shaw, City Cleric.  July 31 tf  RB H. MAYNE, Sole Agent;  REVELSTOKE.  ���������i ������������������  h  '<���������  men  m

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