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 l<       I  &  Roadiug Kaoui  READ BY  5,000  PEOPLE.  < <  THE HOTEL VICTORIA '  .   i*:. i:.,i.i*:a.son*.  VICTORIA, -       H-,0. '  American nml Kurqi'cau J'lnn.  '   Aiiieric.ui l'lan ?2.l������nii(l. UpwnnN.  Sic.itii Hunted. Sample room-.-.  WBBaaamsa^taamaB^atmiaj\  .Vol. "10:���������No. 1.  REVELSTOKE. 13. G, AT]ML <1. 1003.  $2.00 Per Year  .Our  .���������able  make  Groceries' are all   sold   and   we are now  to u'ive our attention'to  other  lines and'  the  following"  offers  A LARGE LINE'OF  '/-  THE STRIKE.  Public Meeting���������Address by Presi-  1 dent Estes.   ���������  'crowded  ;i   public  20 PER CENT OFF  Men's ;Heayy Rubbers and Overshoes  ;     BARGAINS  Men's Boots  IN  z  <<  ���������   Our 25 per cent Discount on  DRY aOODS  .,'-'-'     7-    '      ���������* '      ' -'.'!���������',.*,,,-.*<-*.''        ."  :   Will Last,for II ew Days Longer Only.  .  LIMITED  lr<  i ��������� ��������� j *  <^<^'i^(^<������rt(^(^i*.(^'<^<^rto^  , ''ll���������b.".  ,    -| Qty ' ' *  , v :J:C~-. .-. JLtDb f ,-v.,-v */ :      . .ft* -<t������.  Piiis-SDIES-iOTS''AND SHOES it  <^?  ($>  'f*w  rib  Sii  ?.cs, IA, 2, 2V, 3 nnd 3A, b.Values, $2.25 to J=-1.00.      *   . .  ^l  YOUR CHOICE FOR $1.00-f  AT  E; J. BOURNE'S  Bourne Bros. Old Stand.'  Revelstoke ^  Station.   ^  r-to<^(������rt<^(^l^<^<^(^0<^(^.^.^.^.^  ')  ume  LIMITED.  The  Will continue all Saturday and  evening and we hope to see  any of the ladies who could  not come in before.  W& have opened a new lot of  Lai&ies' Boots and Shoes.  SPECIAL: A 2-Strap Slipper at $|.50  Saturday  We  INDIA  will sell  at .  RAM LAL'S  45c  LIMITED.  See the Windows���������they might interest you  ' Tlio Selkirk 'Jfiill was  Saturday 'night when  meeting was held on beluilf of tho  strikers, J. XV. Bennett was chairman, and addresses were delivered  by chairman, Rev. W. C. Cnlder  and Messrs. llaggen, Wilson,  Brookes, and President Estes.      ���������'  '    ' J'UI.MniCNT   ICSTKS,  wlio 'received ,a hearty rcception1,-  spol.cfor two hours', lie traced  the growth of lalj-pr organisation,  starting'with"lhe'trades union arid  extending to the industrial union,  wliicb-includcd all in a given industry. ''Thc'iiidiistriiil union was  as far ahead of the1,trades union as  the trades union was ahead of the'  individual. The industrial union  was the only solution of present  dilliculties. It was; not the final  solution but a means of  leading to  The'speaker then went" on, to  show that every 3011,1- thc railway  men,of America did more work  than the previous year and received  less pay.   -That proved; lhc  (TIlADi:.*- UXIOX  IJII) NOT AL'CO.MIM.ISII  tho object for which if was intciul-  ,0 *.-  Wi.     ' .      -      ��������� , <r  This condition was due to thcr  fact that each .railway competed'  with every other in endeavoring to  make the record- for lowest cpst of  hauling freight, and the'supcrin-  tendent of' each division competed  with, thc superintendent of every  other division to make the lowest  record in - operating expenses.  While wages had decreased in proportion'to the labor done, the cost  of living had increased 80 per cent.  "-Mr. Estes went on lo show that  tbe,   '      ' ���������*-*,'"  OI-DE-jT,  WICAI.TIIIICST,   AM)   MOST 'sUC-  '  .      CIJSSI-'UI.      '-���������     .  railway organisation in the,world  today was the Amalgamated Society  oft Railway Servants 'of Great  Britain; and Ireland, including all  branches of the service. That as-  sociation'luub existed for 31 years.  The U. li. R. Eb was " a similar'  organisation so there was nothing  pew hi,its aims-and objects. -But  here each" branch of the railway  service' had,"its separate rorganisation and it was "in. the" interest of  .the company to maintain" this condition of1things, because while it  lasted they could set these       ^   . *,  Dll*'FKRi:N'r   01IOAXI.--ATJO.VS   FIGHTING  against one another. Thc U. li. It.  E. aimed at .uniting them so that  an injury to one should be (he concern of the whole, and that was  why the company ��������� opposed the U.  B. R. E. and was going to spend a  million dollars' to kill it. He  guessed the.million dollars washow  about gone and a good deal more  would-* be required. (Cheers/ and  laughter.)  Thc speaker then tersely, and  forcibly referred to 'the position in  which the engineer is placed as thc  class order aristocrat of thc road,  when compared with the trackman,  and amid loars of laughter at his  sledgehammer logic as to the absurdity of thc engineer's position in  isolating-his order, he showed how  the engineer went into .the Oddfellows order with the trackman,  went to the same church with the  trackman, expected to go into the  same heaven, with thc trackman,  and yet,objected to going inlo  TIIK SAME KAII.WAY OKGANJSATIOX  as the' trackman. The engineer  defends this position by saying the  trackman was not a skilled laborer,  but be defied any 'engineer to go  and set a switch which was all-  important to thc safety of the  engineer. In this way the trackman was as much a skilled workman in his branch as thc engineer  was in his. so that this objection of  the engineer fell to thc ground. He  forcibly illustrated this position by  the story of Finnegan, the section  foreman, and Flaherty, the roundhouse foreman. Section-foreman  Finnegan bad a son for whom he  wanted a job and he asked Roundhouse-foreman Flaherty to give him  a job for a couple of days as engine  cleaner, two "days as fireman and  then  maki: 11 im ax j;.v(ii.M:i;i(.  " Why. you blamed fool," said  Flaherty, "it would take 15 years  to make him an engineer; why dont  you put him on the section."  '" Ab," replied Finnegan. that  would never do. Vou see he is a  bit gone in the upper storey and  could never make a section man  though he won Id do for an engineer."  (Cheers nnd ro.ir.*- of laughter."  " Cla.-s (irgaiii.-iition is wrong,"  ������������������aid Mr. Ki-te.-*. " nnd merely means  --(jlliiig yourself into slavery, selling  the right to support your brother,  selling yourself for the privilege of  becoming a scab for a little more  money. *'  The railway return*- showed rail-  wav men did  on   an   average work  to tho value of $10,50 for-$2 'per  day. Where did tho'rest go? To  such men as J. 1'ierpont Morgan.  They were thus , ���������'    ,  J.VI'U.-sTIIIAl, SI.AVJ.S  because the separate Irades unions  were not strong .enough to, cope  with the present combination of  capital. a ��������� t ' ;,  ',' This' necessitated the formation  of an'organisation on wider and  broader plan.*-, and resulted in llie  U.. li. R. K., an' organisation that  started in Winnipeg in 189S, and  afterwards in Oregon. , It was a  remarkable thing Ihat'-lhis organisation should b'ave been- started  independently at' two different  points. Hearing of each other they  amalgamated. If the U. 13. R. li.  was permitted to live; and it would  live,'(cheers) it would do more lliii'n  all the other, class organisations  put 'together to secure just and  reasonable, conditions ,1'or ' its  members.'' '" * ."  TheU. ll.R.'K.       '���������   -,  '���������    nm XOT STAIIT TIIIS STKIIv'i:,  It was started at Vanc'ouver by the  company discriminating .against  theniembers and engaging scabs at  -Montreal .(0 take their 'place.15,  necessitating the member.-*" there,  acting of Ilieir own motion iivself  defence.  The-sea men' and' longshoremen'  had gone out rather .'than violate  union principles'by .handling scab  business,' and,- shipping at Van**  couver was completely tied up.  The Empress "boat, "which carried  2S,000",tons' freight, "was only 011-  r.bled (o'load 8,000 tons, a nil'that  in such .a .miscellaneous 'nianncr  that it was found after she left her  cargo included freight for .Frisco,  Vanc'ouver, and even .Winnipeg,  and she had to* sail with most of  her cargo undischarged." (Liiugh'ter.)  The Piincess May sailed for, the  north, under similar conditions.-  Merchants of Vancouver nncrolhcr  points were ���������   '���������" " '  -!     Itl5FU.SJ.Va TO"Iil.CI-.IVK''l-'l{I.ICIlIT  over the C. Y. Ii.  and  had   placed'  .orders for thousands of' tons .to be  shipped over, tbe Great Northern.  With the assistance of, thc Western  Federation of Miners the coal supply "was practically cut off.'.The  strike_ was "costing the company  ten of "thousands oi .dollars a clay.  Thc (J.<>Ibli. were trying'to put him  behind thc bars but if they succeed-  ed"he would still assist the strikers,  in their -        . - ,- .'       * -   ���������  ,     ".       ' VniUG.iJ.E l-'OH JUSTICE  from belli nd these bar.-. ���������     '   r  President Estes -concludediby an  appeal for the, "��������� support of slho  strikers by the people in their battle  for right, and he ' asked .all vwho  were'prepared to pledge that suj>-  port by rising to their feet. The  whole audience rose to a man as if  by, magic, and a1 nio-t succcsafu  meeting closed with three ringiiu  cheers-for-Presidcnt listes.    -  0. P. R.  ' . ,   ' '  Great Improvements  , at Revelstoke.  New   Station   To   Be , Built���������The  ���������  Machine Shops May Be  Closed Down.     0  , General Superintendent jMnrpole  and Oi-iint'.JIiill, assistant to the  superintendent* of , rolling slock,  spent* Monday in the city-in connection-with the strike trouble al  the shops ' and arrangements for  new stiition uti Revelstoke , and re-  'arrangement of the yard. The ini-  piovcnients,at Revelstoke and vicinity will involve an'expenditure of  $1*10,000] As a preliminary step,to  the proposed improvements 'Mr.  Marpole .arranged -'with Mr. Kilpatrick that steps' be taken immediately to have the buildings belonging to F.R.Wells occupied 'by J. \\'\  Rennet!,, Rourne Bros, and C. 11.  Hume it,Co. removed, so as lo have  llie ground cleared for use in connection with, thc new station site  iind yards. The plans ..followed  will be on much the siimobline.*. ns  were recommended by 1). 0. Lewis,'  0. -Ii-., in the rearrangement of the  yard,; and tracks. The directors  have voted the amount required for  the work'; but tho formal authority  of President Shaughnessy is required  before "starting operations, and-the  plans will' not be finally adopted  till tbe visit of the president about'  July,cwhcn'hc will inspect thc yards  and proposed'site of the new station  and sel-his seal of approval'on the  plansL.    ' '   .    '      ��������� ' ���������,  The  new  station   is urgently re-  LENT IS HERE  Wc hiivci.  plenty of  .and   want  . to' sell it.  When General Siipt. Mtn-polc was  here lie wired to Vancouver f.litit a  committee of the shopmen al, Revelstoke bad declared llie shops here 10  be fair, the tamo as those in Vancouver. V     ,  AL Winnipeg, Caljj.iry and .Xulbon  tlie strikers arc .stiindini; firm and inducing sciib-i to quit.  Important negotiations are in progress, which ic is hoped will resulL in  ���������in tiiniciible settlement of the c.iuse.-*  of the .strike, but it is premature to  publish the details.  Gcncrnl Supt. Murpolc and Grant  Hall, assistant superinlendcnL of vo\l-_  ing slock, arrived on Monday .morning  to meet thc machinists vand black-  sniilbs of the C. V. It. shops here with  a view to arranging a means whereby  the work of the shops cim be carried  on. it wns repoi led that .is :t result  the machinists agreed lo work with  any helper--, to be sent here to replace  the men on strike. The M-icl'&miths  agreed lo work under .same 'conditions  under protest till the advice of their  executive is secured on the matter.  .The Trades and'.Labor Council have  declared <J.. J'. II. .shops tit Vancouver  and lievelstoke 1111 fair, and that any,  machinists or blacksmiths working  witlijscab helpers are scabs themselves.  Helpers have left llie Vancouver  shops in consequence.  The i-fanitobii attorney-general intimated to the magistrate that the  employment act having been amended  thc striker arrested thme at the company's instigation for leaving hi.s employment must not lie lined or imprisoned.  The   concert   hold   on   Wednesday  night in aid   of  llic  strike fund was a  great,   success,    well     al (ended . and  realized- $120.   The  comedy   " lei on  Parle Francaia" was splendidly played  liy   Mesdanies Wilkes    and    Dunne;  Misses   Gorley   and    Dunne;   Messrs.  Dunne, Sawyer and Chambers.    Songs  were given   by   Mcsdames    l,awi<'iiee  and Wilkes, Messr.-, Taylor and Utiyil;  lecitittion  by  .1. Tlicu. Wil-011;  ..iulin  Taylor,   and   '-elections by  :' piogi'iiniiiie   closed   w itb  '��������� Wauled:   A   Confidential  which   the  eliitrtielets were  1 of. Hepburn, Messrs. lioyd,  and   Chambers.     A  quired in Revelstoke, as'tho present  accommodation , is utterly inade-  quate^to , the requirements of tbe  staff and'the public! The manner  in which, the south .trains,.h'ave ��������� to  be handled at present is a serious  inconvenience 'to the company and  the public, and.,thc new station it nil  yard .will allow .this drawback to be  overcome.   ���������,-'-' *        "'  ,' .. ' "j-jii-Tsiioj-s.  An unpleasant feature of thc visit  of'the gehcrhL, superintendent was  his announcement, confirmed by  Grant.Hall, that {instructions have  been' definitely-and distinctly received from headquarters "at, Montr  'real to close the shops here iind remove thc plant if thc company is to  have a continuance of tho'.'trouble  which 'has becn'cxpericriced'by repealed strikes"- at short intervals.  Mr. Marpole declares this is 'no  bluff, but is necessitated by the  company being'unable to depend  on getting its repair work done here  when lcquircd.   '  The main track will be straightened out through thc yard,, taking  it towards the, hill. The new  station will be 'about 100 yards  jvest of (he-present station, probably  where cRourne Bros, old store  stands. Passenger traflic will  therefore still have- 'to cross the  track at McKenzie avenue crossing.  The city owes Supt. Kilpatrick a  debt of gratitude for his persistent  efforts to provide Revelstoke with  a new station and in which he has  succeeded.  THE MAIL  The  solo  by   .1.  band,    'flu  the farce  '  Clei k,'' in  taken by  Inches,    Soancs  dance followed.  General Supt. Marpole says thc company experience no dilliculty in  handling freight, nnd shipping til, Vancouver, that they have   plenty of men.  Cniiliiiiiwl on Finn Hi imh  Ninth Anniversary of  Revelstoke s Pioneer Paper.  With this-issue thc Koo'tj.xav  Maii, enters on its tenth year of  publication. The Mail is thepio-  necr paper of lievelstoke and is now  amongst the leading papers of British Coluiiibia in pointof circulation,  merit and influence. Our subscription list is one of which any newspaper may be proud. Our advertising patronage is seen in our  columns, where every busine-s firm  of any importance in the city has a  place. Our job printing department has steadily advanced till  now the JIaii. ollice can turn out a  class of work that hitherto could  only be done in thc cas(. Our  mechanical staff is one of which any  ollice might well he proud.  lu entering 'in another year we  thank our customers for their patronage and support and hope to  prove worthy of iis continuance in  lhc future.  THE UEGISLATURE  The lirilish Coluiiibia  legbl  opened at Victoria Thursday,  governor's  speech   proposed a  i  nl u re  The  111111-  ng committee to revise, amend and  consolidate mining laws; measures  for settlement of labor disputes by  conciliation; assessment act amended and two per cent tax abolished;  surveys; granting of assistance to  railways; re-enact alien legislation;  encouraging land settlement.  The bouse adjourned till Monday.  Boneless Codfish  Labrador', Herrings *  Kippered Herrings  Bloaters '   .  '  Salt Salmon;  Smoked Salmon,-  Smoked, Halibut   ,  Salt Mackerel  were secured specially  he' ab'qve* lines  Lenten trade  Bourne  FRIDAY; and* SATURQAY,  ' APRIL 3-4- - THIS WEEK. l\:  Two Reception Days  Days of Splendor  Days of Welcome  Vou expect our opening  to h'e a complete demonstration of the' Fashions���������IT  .SHALL BE. In number,  in nicety, in richness. We  have never, equalled -the  .lisplav to which v,c invite  vou oii b'RIIJAV and SA'b,  ' L'RDAV next.    ." '    -  Open Evenings on the  Days Above Mentioned  REID & YOUNG,  DRY GOODS MERCHANTS  - REVELSTOKE, B. C.  JIAH, OIIBKIIS I'r.OMI'TI.V'ATTKXIlKD TO.  ���������^  Young- Man !     Young Woman!  Diin'l   be content lo si,ive along all ,if voui- life  tu- eiiimli'i-- a mere iii.icliine.    (iltOWI     li(_)  fool .iw.iy yonr tittii.'on llipp'.-iic-..    Dtui'i un-d  1        T FARM I  nl. tbe .-,ttni. old tl.-sk  'dHWAIlll! IKm'l  >"fim   night-.  I  STUDY!     LEARN!     ADVANCE  YOURSELF  From Hard Work to Success  is but a s|c|i il yiiu'll-tpply yiitii-i'lf aiitl wink a lillle while e.iclt d.ty. Sl.-itt  now to nil v. 1 nee. Wc can in.ike yon pi olicient in ANY line yon uNli. Wc uo  Ic.icli sncn'ssfiillv by mail, as nunc titan |."i(J,(Xio of mil- *l iiilcnl'- in llic L'niled  Stales a nil Haiiiul.1 will all c.*I. Tliev are otn 1 eioiiiini'iiil.ition. Wiil.-.-.l unci'  for piii'ticiiliii's. Don't DKI.AY. Wc cut put you ftnw.ud in any branch of  business, medianic.*-, at t oi* science.  LliT IIOXI--ST AMIJITIUN ATTAIN* ITS GOAL.  INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE  SCHOOLS.  SCHAXTOX. PA.  W. II. McDOUf.ALI* Local  P. O. I3ox 1:J0,  tepieseiilalive,  Nelson, 13. '     li  I 'I  THE KOOTJSNAYIMAIL.  ���������^bclkobtena^Jfipail  ��������� PUnMSIIKD  SATURDAY. ���������'  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  Subscription   Prioo,   $2.00   Por    Annum  ���������ADVERTISING RATIOS ,011 application  Chimpo) In ndvcrll-enicnln must ue In by  Tutwlay of each week to hcciu'o (jooil <li���������.  l,la>"* ,  JOB'PHIXTING promptly executed at reaioii-  tiblo rales. , ,  ACCOUNTS   for   printing   nnd , art vert isit.B  payable on  lltta of month;  sub*.cri|illons  f  paynble in tulvance.  CORRKSPOXDKNCK Iiivilcil' on inutU'i-i, of  public intorcut. CoiiiimiiilcuUoiii. to Keillor must be accompanied - by iiiinio of  writer, not necessarily for jiuliliciitloii. but  * a*, evidenco of KO<xl faith. Coi-rosiiaiirteiicc  ' , rnuht roui'li the office-liy SVednewliiy even*  intf.  Address  '.TlIK Ko'OTENAY MAIL,  Phone No. 13.   .       Revelstoke, B.C.  strike the Crow's Nest Coal Company' publUhcd ii, wage schedule  which showed ' tho miners to be  exceptionally well paid. Mr. King  points out this statement was unfair'to the men as it omitted lo  state that it was subject to deduction for powder, oil, smithing  and supplies. The company (hereupon withdrew the statement.    ���������   '  We request our numerous poadecs to  favor 1 us / with their assistance In  <~   making* tho KOOTBNAY MAIL, tho  most valuable advertising- medium   In   the' Kootenays  by giving-  .   the preferenoe, when making purchases   to   those  llrms who   are  '       regular advertisers In tho KOOTENAY MAIL.  CITV AGI'-NTS.  Cople-. of'Tub Mail may bo obtained from  the following city agents:  ..J. \V. Hks.s-i-.t-1'.,  ANADA  U1..J.I & HOOK CO. ,     ���������  V. H.  \\'KI,I.S. '  TTARVEY, McOARTER  JLL AND PINK 11 AM,  BAHKI8TKKS, SOLICITORS, KTC.  Omens :   Molso.s-e  Hasic   Block,   Kiivni.*  ���������8T0KK, Ji. C.  Money't'o loan.        ���������' ,,  Ollice*: Revelstoke. II, C; J?ort Steele, II. 0.  1 .,  d'KO.S. McCaktbu,    ,  A. M.   PlNKIIA.M.' . J. A. H.UlVtiV,  , Revelstoke, 1). C. Kort bteelo, II, C.  li MAISTRIi k SCOTT,  T li MAISTRIi k  JJ    , ,   Bakkjst-khs. Solicitous, Notakii.s  Puiilic, Etc. ���������.-  -     c      "  "first Street. ��������� Reveliitoke, 11. U.  E  DWARD A. IIAGGI3N,  Mining ENoiNiiisn, ^        ���������  (Mem. American  In-tituto MiniiiK KiikIiicoi**.)  1    t  (Mem. Canadian Milling Institute.)   .  -.   " REVKLSTOKK, 11. O.  Examination of and reports on Mineral Pro-  i pcrties a Specially.  '.W1  LLIAM A, BAUER,  DOMINION'.t  J'l.OVI.NCIAI.  1,AN1)'  SUIIVEVOK. ,      '  Survey*, of Mineral Claims Timber Ret tlis and  Ciown Ijiuuls.       '      o  c        '  Care of J. I). Stitn.M.i), Riiviii.siOKt-:. R.C.r  A. KIRK,  ""* i", f  Dominion and Provincial  . 1 ���������   Land Survkyor,  REVKLtJTDKK,   J3.C.   .  J.  H-'- PERRY LEAKE. ,    ������  Mining Kngineer and Melallurgl-I. ,  , '. si'KCiAi.-i-n:i:  Kxaniinatioii*-nnd Reports on  Mining   Ptop*  erties. r  Specification and ^Construction of Mining Machinery. ' .,,.,,  1 Te-t*! made of Ores and Concentration forLhlor-  ine and Cyanide Treatment.  .Hydraulic Plain.-1.  '    - ��������� Bedfotd McNeil Code.  M  ISS EDWARDS,  TRAINED MEDICAL AND SUIUIICAI  . NIIRSIO.  REVELSTOKE,  li. G.  XCbeftootenaEfl&aU  SATURDAY, APRIL   4, 1903.'  The public demand for a change  in tbe management of the C. P. K.  engenders the hope that Manager  McNicoll will be replaced 'by Mr.  Whyte. so long general superin-  . tendent at Winnipeg. Mr. Whyte  is the best all-round railroad man  in Canada. He possesses the confidence of the shareholders, the  employes and the" public. That is  the sorb of man who should be'at  the head of a great national railroad like the C. P. R. .  The weak point of Sir William  Mulock's arbitration bill is that it  applies solely to railway disputes.  Ii arbitration is good for the railways it is good for all other  branches of trade and industry in  the dominion. If so made to apply,  we believe much of the opposition  froni the railway men would cease.  As the bill at present stands it is  regarded as class legislation, and  hence tlie strenuous opposition to  it bv thc railway organisations.  A matter that demands a firm  hand at the helm of .state in this  province i.- the attempt by the C.  I*. R. and Great Northern to  respectively corral the coal and oi!  lands of South Kootenay. An easy  way to solve thc problem is by tbe  adoption of a progressive land tax.  This tax proved the effectual  remedy af the antipodes against  the schemes of corporations and  private monopolists to grab the  country. After tbe adoption of the  tax the government had no more  trouble oi this sort and prosperity  followed the competition of thc  corporations nnd monopolists to  disgorge their holdings. The  remedy is as simple as effective.  The advantage of government investigation of labor di.-putcs is evident from the report of \V. Mackenzie King, deputy minister of  labor, who gives a fair statement of  the contentions on both sides and  enable? the reader to place the  blame where it belongs. It will be  remembered that at tlie time of the'  ' The facts connected wiih lhc settlement of the Pernio strike emphasize more clearly than any labor  dispute'that has yet occurred the  necessity of an arbitration and conciliation law by which all such disputes shall be referred to a board  of arbitrators, fairly conslitulcd so  as to do justice (0 both side's. Thc  executive of the miners made an  agreement with the, conciliation  committee, of the Provincial Mining  association for a settlement, and the  men went back on their own executive.' Voluntary settlement*, of  labobdispulcs can never be siilitr  factory under such conditions.'  "      L.y'SfDUlb.lUSTICl*:.  Vancouver might well be ashamed  of the manner in which justice'is  administered .by, City Magistrate  Russell. When' a inim acting on  behalf "of the strikers is lined $o0  for .'circulating a harmless' strike  leaflet, 'and a C. P. R. special gels  off with a fine of $10 for presenting  a gun at a striker, the only conclusion to be drawn'is that the hi'w is  to be administered one way for the  C. 1'. H. and another way for the  people.' This country cannot afford  lo permit such gross maladministration of justice.. It' is the duty of  the minister of justice lo cancel the  commission of'a magistrate who ha?  such-lopsided .ideas' of Ins duly as a  public servant.   ,  CORRESPONDENCE  ^Recreation >Ground.  I.ilitiii* KooTiisuv M\n.: ,  'Sir,���������With the coming spring one  looks forward t'o the sport which line  weather usually brings along with il,  and those who have tlio interest of llie  town at heart wish t'o see it occupy as  high a position' ,athletically as it does  commercially.  Now the only way, L11 i'i can he  obtained is to train the_ younger liev-  elstokonians id take tin iuteicsb in  athletics, and lo I rain them you must  .have a ground which is accessible lo  till without having to walk a mile or  so to reach 'it. t       ���������  ' Now what belter place could the  children have than ihe school giounds?  And why is it that the people oi lievelstoke do not kick sullieiently hard  enough to obtain permission 'to 'dose  Government road and add that corner  to the' play ground? Now that the  new brick'school takes up so much  space and the old school i������ still on tho  grounds the playin������ field' will_.be  ���������-mailer than over and,there i������ certainly 'not room enough -for nil,, tho  children to pl.iy comfortably..  Only those who have attended tt  school* which has held a'reputation for  sport can lealize the pleti**ure\ ������������������ ith  which one looks back to llie old time.-*  when they yelled- lustily in support of  their school learns; and why not give  the piescnt .*chool children a chance,  to enjoy themselves and make the  years' which they spend at school a  thing to bo leniemberod with pleasure  in tlie future.  Respectfully your.*.  K|-.Vi:i.S10K()MAN.  BIG BEND.  Duquesne Mining Company's Office  Burned���������New Hoisting Plant  to be Erected.'  Wc regret to learn that the Duquesne Mining company's ollice at  .Smith creek was destroyed by lire.  The loss amounts tb about $000, including stores and a transit owned  by Superintendent l.radloy.    ,<  ' New workings will he opened at  the Blue Jay deep placer ground on  Smith crook.' An extensive incline  is lo bo run and Superintendent  Bradleyinlends putting in a new  hoisting plant lo facilitate tho work.  freeTgold.  Northwest   Development Co.. Make  Clean-Up.  Last, week the Northwest Development company completed Ilieir lirst  trial m'ill run at Goldliclds. The mill  ran 27. days, put through 80 Ions of  quarts., and' the manager has reported  lo the head'piliee Unit the clean-up  was SI-ounces gold, valued at $1,010,  or ,-1*12.01) per ton. I f the Jfish ct'cck  eiinip can keep up anything .like that  yield, it will come rapidly to the front  as a free gold cam p.  'The company's shares showed a little  activity on receipt of llie report.  The mill run was made with .one  batten- of (ive load.-,,'  , ' DOMINION PARLIAMENT.,  The west 'demands 2t senator* at  Ottawa.       p  Grand Trunk Pacific asks a .-ubsidy  of $10,000 a mile,  ��������� Hon. Mr. liliiir brought in bill to  appoint 11 railway commission.  Government proposes .issit-ting the  Grand Trunk Pacific with bond.* hub  no land grant.  * Mr. McLean introduced b.ll to  break combine between C. P. It.' telegraph and Bcll'Telophi 11c Co.  Mr. Bickerdikc wants importation  and'manufacture of cigiuettes .-lopped  on account of injury to health 01  lad-.  Several petitions were presented protesting against any subsidy being  granted to the Grand Trunk Pacific  scheme.  'Tlie redistribution bill will give ten  more member, to Northwest ttnd two  more to 11. C. Victoria, fose.s our* an.l  Vale-Cariboo and northern ��������� 13 C. gain  one each".  Vale-Cariboo , electorate will be  divided by a line 1 iinning north and  south, throwing East and We.-t Kootenay into one electorate and Vale and  Cariboo into another.  THE MINES.  Ore has been struck in I.O.'iO ft.  level of l.elloi.'  .). A. Mngec, whc-.i'etiii-noil from the  east Monday, informs Us ,'CaIuinel it  IJ. C.,stock continues to'sell well.  ,, h'ich' pin- li is been discovercd'Oiilhe  I'l-ii**,*!- river opposite Vale station^  known as s'awmill Kipplcs.- Keekers  tiic-yielding $Lf> to $70 a day. -   '  An important strike has been made  on'thc Wcslern Star, managed by.I.  A. D.irragh. The ore chule shows five  and a half feet of high grade oic.r- '*,  The freezing up' of the Arm having  delayed transportation llio Calumet  "and'"11. O. wctdi unavoidably delayed  in gelling -in Ilieir -slump ' mill and  tram lo the Eva. J. Y. Mussclman,  thc company's manager, was expected  in Anowhea'd on" Monday night and  intendcd"pui-hing thc plant through  so the company cspeeled lo have it on  'the ground'l'his week. N>. elVorb will  he spared lo gob it erected as soon as  possible and'to sli.rb pounding nut  gold bricks fiom the big ore dumps at  the Evn.^   . i.     '  railWdIteamer  Between 20 and 1.0 men are employed on the new. C. P. K. hotel building  at Glacier.  Nels Eckland litis charge of the  extra gang to lie engaged in relaying  the 'track from Revelstoke west to  Kamloops.'    , '  In the bill appointing a railway  coinniibion careful attention ha.*" hec'n  paid 10 1 he clause.-' prohibiting discrimination 1 ml undue preferences  nnd ad .-antu'.'O.**. to l"iii? and short  haul enactments, to the section *.ecur-  ine eiiual i'ncilit'.t- tu all persons and  companies. 10 Lite- control of through  tr.ill'io lioih within Canada and' between Cans,'!., and foieign' countrie*",  and in llie establishment and ad-  heienee tu uniform freight classifications  - Jen go ugh  ^^^4r4;^^4:^^^^^^h^^^^4:^^ ������4*M4^M4*-M- ������&-^^������4*&&# &&&&#������������&  $  ���������t  REDUCE YOUR COST OF MINING WITH  The, Durkee Electric Rock Drill  POINTERS TO LARGE AND SMALL MINING COMPANIES.  Uses minimum power.       , * ,  Does maximum work  Takes from V to 2 II. P. to run llie dillVn-nt, size drills.  Rcpaif costs exceedingly s-iiiull. '  Especially desiKiied and adapted for economical work.       <  Sliikes about!six hundred blows a minute.     . .'''���������'  Dues same amount of work as air drill of stiinc size, Willi one-lentn  I he powei. ��������� ��������� '   "  1 ���������'  Does nut stick in llie hole. 1 ,  No expensive air ot steam pipes'lo keep in repair. ,  .Costs iilioul. one-lhii'd as much as other drills lo install. <  ( No elect I'ic'tly untei'S drill. ,'.',.<  lit fuel, it is a vei'.vsiniple,'."ti'ong,mi'chiini(:aldeviec,W������'/i'/c(i////(n'ii'������ii  Theiefore the men beliiii(l,lhc machim-'u-oi-lt withoub lining shocked^  It has three speeds regulated by a simple speed controller.   ,      .  ',  .Stroke can be regulated from 2 to 5 inches.  <&  ���������f  - Koi those stiirtiiiL' to mine on'a small .scale, and who cannot afford asteiun plan!, our, drills and ('(piipmenl aie withoub (pieslkin the cheapest,  smallest and inost compact plants on the i.i.nket. In eases wheretlio mine is isolated and fuel is very high,'it, would only lie. neecssiu-y lo instill a  small nasoline-eleetrie engine and dynamo to gcneiiile.lho electricity lo deliver to l.l.(i2 II. J', motor Unit nuts Ihe drill, to lurnish incandescent, l.ghis  tin'd power for fans to ventilate the mine.'' Or, where a sieani  plant is already installed, it would reipiit-u only a very smiill engine bo run the generator,  ���������W*BITE   TJS.      rWIE]   CA-ZEnT   SHOW  TOU.-  THE WESTERN EL-tQTR'lO DRILL COMPANY  ���������P    '   l'Ol EAST BROADWAY,    "~-   .,-       BUTTE, MONTANA. '*.* I  1.7,  Not Giving, Special Discounts.,  Not Running Business for, Glory  But Giving at all times, Good Value for  'Hard-Earned Money.   ,  W ���������   M.  LAWRENCE.  HARDWARE;! * ; qt  t  " &  1   n.rl  YOU PBOMISED YOURSELF - AN OVEBCOAT  .-- - '. , '. 1 '  ���������-    ,This Kail. ' Don't put it, oil" too late and ealch r,'olil.     , <       '  And.do not buy a cheap, shoddy one.   They in'ver look well. .  Let us niiikeyou a eoab lhiit"will plens-i.'yon.   AVe can do it.     .   "   '   .  Fashionable  R. S. Wilson,  Tailor:  , i*  jr. zBzo^^soiisr,;  " ','-'���������      ��������� ' ���������      _      b ���������  .Furniture, Dealer, "House Furnisher and  Undertaker"',  . : V,   ; '      ^ , ,   .;  Has just opened thc largest stock     ..       "',-'  '     of, Curpcts in the city.    , , .    . ' .   ,,' . ,  Linoleums; Rugs, Toilet Ware, and General House 'Furnishings  McKl-'NZII--  AVKSUJ!,"  'IIISVIJI-STOKH.  Chamberlain's  Remedies.  ��������� ���������   ������������������-��������� .      (      *  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  l'"or Coujjli1-, Colds, Croup and Whopping Cough.  Price 25 cents; large size 50c.  THE FANCIER.  A. William-on   i-.   coin;.,'   in   largely  lor poultry :tt hin ranch.  J. K. Long ha 1 iniporli-d *-'uim* mi In-  able- IiutV Cochin*, from California.  ',)', Ma I hie lm* oih1 of tin- l"*t -.liaiii-1  of Black Minoic.'i*, to he fotind in the  tliilriet.  The Sketcher   and   Humorist,   to  Visit Revelstoke.  ,). \Y. IJti.'.ri'ij.'h, tiie* 1*' bbr.itcd  .-ki'tflur and lintimri-t. will giv-7 an  eiiU-rtainiii'-i.t in T.eM-i.-.toke on April  :30th. Tho-r. v,ho went to hi* l.i.*.l  'Mitertainm'-nt hen- f-iiir y.\'.- .t^'u are  f nll.'iti.i-tic about Mr., liedgtiutrh's  ri'fuin. Willie he holds a hi^h pl.tc.-  .1*; a cartoo'ii.-f. ������ ril"r aiul \vorki*rf<h;  voci.il icforni. hi* unrivalled popularity  1- due t.j Iii-- iini'jiie sketching enter-  taininciits. Ili-s'fun .- ith the crayon  -ha.- (leli-_'hieti cultured audiouci-.*. in  i.'\cr*. town anil city of Canada, and  iiii- " prii\< rl no le���������> *-iiccfj*--fiil in  London, fifioton and Sew York. lie-  Eide*- being a in.t-.rer of the crayon.  Mr. lieiigfiusih ha.-> lOni; held lii->u rank  at .1 gciicial e"ntert,iii>er. displayini:  ri'iiiarknhle iio-,\er*. in liiiinor. p.itho.s.  t-cniiiiKMit, hurlfsepie .wil .-xtrav.i-  g.in/a both ,n> a character actor and  vocalist Hi- matter titroutrbruit i-  l'i-i\sli ar.d oi iginal. and .ippe.tl- to th''  iiitclli'-'fiiee ac well a** the n-ibihtic*.  nf the audii'iic'. Moioomt. ii.-; the di-i-  tingiii-lud Dr. Rubi. Mcfntyic ha*  -aid "Two hours v. ith Ilengough  l".ive: ,1   L'ood   tt.-te   in   the-   month of  Chamberlain's   Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  For Bowel Complaints.    Price 35 cents.  Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, "Bruises, Sprains.indRheumatism.    Price 25 cents; large size 50 cents.  Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets.'  For   Disorders of the Stomach, Liver  and Bowels.    Price 25 cents.  J Every one of these preparations  j is guaranteed and if not fully sat������  j isiactory to the purchaser the  j money will be refunded.  INSURANCE.  Under thc Hnu-n-**  cf  tho  <"*i im 111:11  law against ceiinliiuii' ioii������  in  iv-lr.iint.  of trade Montreal ttldt-i ni'*n piopo-i   lo  piOM'Ciile   the   boaid   iii-maiif , coin  paiiici.  " lumTer/ng.  Another sawmill m piuji-ctrd at  KeveKloke, milking the loin lit IiiiiiIhi*  indu-tiy foi lbe city.  Thc owners of tl," :!7,0(l() ncic.-of  timber land.*, in lbe Dig Ut'iid itic  negotiating for the f-ale of lhc land lo  a big hiitihei iug t-oiici-rn. The pi it-i-  is ���������.tntcd to be 1.700,0110, or in-ai ly l������.*2f)  al'. acle.  NEW PATENTS.  UowI.iihI ISliUi'.in Puti-iif Atto.'ii'v.  I Vti'if'iitvi. i*i port-, << lio-hl.y and  [ ll. If I'ai-iwi II. of Vain oii' i-i*. i-> (-.-���������!',."I  1 '.bi*1 iii'i I. .1 Citi.idi.iii p,it< lit mi ,1  I iti.inni i- of -i alunr p.i'ki.'i* \ mori"  I .P I.iiii il (U -eripll'ill of (ni- iiiM'titinn  ���������\ ill I.i* <zw 11 .ill.'f Ilif I'uiil'.'ii I'.it.ii'-.  Inn'  I" f 11 applied ior.  *-'.llnl|i.l Mllltn,   \'nn. nllVi 1.    i'lf'-li'd  11 ('anadi.i.i I'.iti'tit on .111 iuipro-.ffl  l.f.ili i* line tiibi- aiid *lo|ip. 1. Thi-. in-  ci 11 tiiii-i 'If \ ice i-.in-i-l* of two *<iiiall  pi-Ion head- adapt'-'! I" the *���������''"' "i  Ilif line (lilie and each pl(>. I'l'-d with  a packing ling which may be f.ul w.tffl-  ly (xpiuidi'd lo lightly K'al Ih'- tu1"'  r.ylhc lluifl pi*f*--lli,i- from Ihe leak  ai'lmillfd In-hind it, -o Ih.iL all that, 11  11 iptiti d i.-, to iiiM-il tin* -loppei and  mid pii-h il nit , III" Ihe i"aky lube,  W licit iln .-.(ion Its the fiulhi-i- pi.*.toi*.  pii*,-(i lhc leak mid Ih" [ires-.iii"e i*. bc-  tuccn lhc I wo, bolli cniU of (hi* lube  uic aiiloinallciills .-cakd.    The    merit  of Llii-, invent ion w ill  comii (I    il-clf  at once lo pi.u-l i.'.'il men.  Rheumatism.  "For yciiro when ipi-ing time (Mine  on I went into gardening, I was  sure to hs-vi- an attack of i-liei.iiiatisiii  ,-iul everv attack wn- more =evet*c I bun  the prer-cding one,"' ---.iy-, .rosi" MrDfin-  ald, of M,in, Logan counly. West V.i.  "I tried I'vcrvthuiK with noreliel wliat-  -vei-, until I procured a bottle.of Chuiii-  beH.tiir*- Pain H.-ilm .-uitl thc lirsbnpph-  cal'mu k.im-mi- i-a.-f, and betote tbe  lii'i-t bo'ttb- was if-ed I fi-lt like a new  petMin. .Vow 1 feel Ihat lam cured,  lint I alw.ty- keep a bottle of CI1.1111-  bcilain'-. I'.tin IJ.ilm in th" hotr-e and  when I fee! anv-.ymptom-s ol a letuni  r -sfiosi drive it tiuay with one or two  application- of this hnhmuilA For aal'-  by .ill dniggi-;t-.  A Mother's Recommendation-  Ih.ivf :t-cil f'b.-iinheil.iin's -'"Ugh  rtemc'ly foi .>. litiinber of year*, and  have mi liesitaiH-y in "-.lying thai it is  tb.*b'-t ictticdy for rough, told*, and  .111(1 crnn|i I liavi- cvef n-cd in my  family. I have no wind. In expi''-"  mv f i.tifiib lice in Ihii 1 >*m.'(.l>". - Mi'1-.  ,T. A. Moot.-, Not fit Su-ii, Mil h. I'or  -.ai'* by all driiKgi**!-!.  '    JUST WHAT YOU  NEED.  Moscrop _.; Bros.  '.Sanitary   Plumbing, Hot  1     Water & Steam Heating.  'Electric Wiring" and Bell Work.,  PfPF, YALVI*: FITTINGS.  Second Street, Revelstoke  ,       I 'liucl suffered* for over a year,with a'sore mouth and tongue  Thetlocto'r'said il came from, the stomach.     I  was-advised to  iry-Ripaiis Tabules and have found them the best thing- I have  yet taken,''    I  would  advise- everybody that has any stomach'  troiibie to try Ripans Tabules. '<   ~    ,"���������       .      _,   ,  , - '-      AT DRUGGISTS.' ".'"    '  I he live-cent packet i.s.enough (or. an ordinary occasioji.  The family bottle, sixty cents, contains a'supply for a year.   '���������  The Mines Exchange  '      ', ���������'       '��������� '     '.-LIMITED.    ���������     1       ^       ' " ,       " ,  'r     MINES AND MINING STOCKS.  ,. .  OITu'i'S-UIIIUAfJO, Ml,; DULUTII, iMinn.; OALUMIOT, Mich.; NKLHON, li. O.  '',,'���������       OAiMliOKNF, 13. (J.  ' b   '      ,   ,   ���������  '   I'-or 'run     , n  Calumet & British Columbia Goldmines Ltd  '      ' ;   ,'      , .   XON-PIOUSONAL LIAI3II.ITV.      ,       '       ������ '"  ''"'>, " ,    (UVA MINH.) ; l      '"        '   ,  '*''���������- "'    -���������  ,    J'\ir terms of payment and pai'tii-nlai'.-, apply to ^   . ���������        t  'll. S. W-At'.LAOI'J, JlANAdHii, ''IL.N. COIJ.KSIIOIL.AeiiiNT,,   ,  - .     ���������'       *.    ''       (Jaiiilicii-tic'li. C. ���������     ' - "     Jtcvelsloke, B.'.O.  ^ i      x. *��������� '  ''i--44^44-'Hb^^#;i-M"-������^  * - ) ���������*       1 '    - 1 '     *��������� ft      . +&A  ff"1  A CHANCE FOR CLEVER PEOPLEI  1 ' A     ' ti s        -    .      '  Ibsluiiild  be oasyjoi- people-who di'ink  delicious   nine  llihbon .  Tea to t-tiy siniiething,Ihat'will induee their friends to try, it. ��������� ' -  " 4'  - ���������  4  4-  '*b'  Twenty-live cash   pi i/.es  will  be awarded in  order of merit to  thos-e .-ending in the best advei-bibciiienls for Blue  Ribbon  Tea.  First Prize.... b. '. $200.00  Second Prize.     ���������v 100.00  ' \Third Prize.., >..'.......    40.00   '  ' 4th to 13th Prizes, $10 each. 100.00  14th to 25th Prizes, $5 each.   60.00 ,  '   *  ' $500.00,      ���������  CONDITIONS:  '4  fir-  l*J������  cs*  j.1.   -     Isl.    No  pi ofe.s-.ilunil  ad. wi iter, nor any one. connected  directly or  *���������������  'i    indirecl.lv wil It the Blue ltibbon Ten Co. may compete. ���������<������,  f''.-' ..".... . .     ���������              .1   rt,  .1 ,       ,'.,  ind.    Advertisements  must not  contain   more  than 50 words, and  f'jT' ,-morlcr ones are pi eferablc       '        ' , -1 ^  ������'?* Competilois should lie tat-cl'.tl to write iiaini! and'address plainly on ,j  .,<���������    ...,....,������������������ y.  *?-��������� eaeii ad  :>rd. -(Jiib'lhe  l.-ibels  oil'  llie  ends ol   the packet and etiolo*-.!* them   ^  with each b.ilcli of advei'lisi'tiieuls.  X -Ith.    The competition closes .luiie J, ISH):-., and all  eompebing adver-   v'^'  y.'i    lisenients  n\u*l teach   one of (lie following addresses on or before that  fe  b" dale. .' v . . .     JL  DO YOU WANT $65  PER MONTH WITH  QUICK ADVANCE?  If so K'iiin telegraphy.  The (J. I'.'H. engaged another Pitman's College graduate at ijiO.")  per month.  Good operators in demand.  College specially filled will) insli'U-  !IH'lll5.  '    Ilcgin at (inc.    Constant practice.  |'-|.<*s- Monthly.  'Pitman's Business College.  I Opposite Hold  Vancouver ���������  ECCS FOR HATCHINC  Cham  berlain's     Stornacb     anfl     Liver i j.-,,,,,, I'm<��������� In cd (Juldcn Hull'  T^.,,..,   ,' i     Otpiitgldii*.  I.���������������.(iurnr I.i  ^b"-"' i I ,.������������������,���������', 1-,,,,.1,,1-ff (Jolil.-ii i:iilV  Whf 11 yuu feel dull allft'C/itiiig, Lcghoins       W ���������><> I"' >���������>  U"l���������*i, you baveno .ippelile. f)���������| V ,t |",-u (',,( keicl-I"fl.  When yiui bnvc a, liad laslc in Ilif ' )(|() *.��������� im nli,i(cii' and lii-nodcr lor  iiK.ttlb.    " ... 'siil,.   (heap     iiiiif.lt-   liyiCeii.   II    Slnlil,  When yum- hw-i- is liiipnl. , (),,li,,-v    III  When your bowels-,ii-ecoi)slir,.lc,l.    iWi'ini).   m.  When yon have n. beadnche. ! S.  L   h.Mim.  When you feel bilious. I lJeiiticlou, H- (-'*  'I'ltcy    will    itiiproee   yuu*   nppi'l ilc. , mmmmmm��������� ,     _     mj J U  (leu use unil invigiirnlc   ymu  sitniif.-i-h  inii ifgtiltilf vout Iiv-it .-md Ixiwe I.s.  I'liicil cents per box. l-\n* s,<te hy  all diugxisN,  I'Virti liiliotts ntliick take rhninlici-  laiu's Slum,K'lt and Livct- Tablets and  n quick (ine is cerlaui.     I''<n .'-ale hy nil  For Sale.  "iU  shaif.s   in   Heaftice   iiiine.  Will  ������ell W hub or P."!.    I''or pnrtici.ini- apply at olliee of Kdothxav Mail.  5'f-  Blue Ribbon Tea Co., Winnipeg, Man.  "Blue .Ribbon Tea Co., Toronto, Out.  Blue Ribbon Tea Co., Vancouver, B. C.  V.  T  ."ith.   No one person shall be awarded more  than  one of the  main <t|������  ;,.   prizes,,but the same advertisements may win a weekly and aflerwards .������,  ^ a main pi i'/.e.' , ^  i"r' Gill.    In case of a tie, decision  will  be  hased  on. all  the advertise- Vb  r'r- menfs suhniitled by the competitors in question. , fj  **T Mr. II. M. 13. Evans! of the  Winnipeg Telegram,  has  kindly  con- *f  ii. Sfiited to judge I he ad vei Lisenients and award the pi izes. *ft  i& All  itilveiliscments 'that  fail  bo  win  a  prize, hut which are good (���������������������  H   enougli   to  he aceepled  for publication will  be paid  for aL Lbe rate of -ig-,  V $1.00 each. {&  vf         Unless expressly l-equcsted to the  contrary,   we  will  consider our- J������  V selves at libet Ly Lo publish the names of prize winners. JT  *���������&*        A  good advertisement  should   be  truthful and contain an  idea *j  !>������. briglilly and I'oicibly expressed.    A bona fide signed lettei with address *f  ,*'    and date fiotu'one who has tested thc tea is a good forin.    An advertise- yft  T   ment I'orantirLicleol' food should not associate wiLh it, even by contrast, j.v,  ^ anv unnleiisaiiL idea.  The best advertisement i.s the one Hull will induce    .:  .".    . -       '. , ��������� ., i *i i *v  i-JT* the mosl people lo try the article advertised.  -s.  V  Seek your inspiration in a cup of Blue      4-  -4.        Ribbon Tea and the money is yours.        J  BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail  i  .   .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  <^^ss^Oalgary, Alberta ^
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Mi-^ ��� net.*, icdoemeel hoi eharacioi,
and,tt/; ,i*Ia.-v&ciilt, .sunshine and soft
bieco.1 hivl ' diu'vii foiih tho idlo
lounger-} f. tocioty to waJJc anil dnvo
Jn (lr j'jiiIv      .
* "(JJuiriu.11,'2* weather at Inst," said
Loid' V.'llmut,, i in-ing his hat and
fall oiling up to tin eo Indies bitting
benenth ' tho nowly-buililliig trec-i.
"All'the v oil tl has put on its happiest      Millie���ejucpling  only     3-.acly
-Lucy," lie exclaimed, glancing al the
��� youngest of the tuo "Von are looking extioinoly well, Lady Liuigdon,
and, n J may say it, youngoi than
over."      ,, -   .
��� "Vou we.-e a (laUeiei- always, Loid
Wilmol," exclaimed Lndv Is-tiugdoii,
Willi a pluistnl smile. Yes; Lucy
l'i Iooi-ihk rt-.Mtci incel. 'Uditi'i bttn
a heavy season, and ,',ho Is vciy
young " ���* ,   ,   ���
I    "Much too  young '   to have como
J/out this yeai," ' exclaimed hot' sister, lather'spitefully,1 as she lemei'i-
Alicicd that, thoie was slx.yoiiis' difference in their ages, nud Luty was
engaged. -. if'
, '/Ah, 'i Lady Holen' ihlnkb you
should stili be in iho.nui seiy,," said
lus loidslup, ; as'   , ho     book Lucy's
,'daintily-gloved hand. "Xotlimg. -so-
nous IJiojio, Lucy ?"'lio adde'.Liii a
1 low tone, as  , two    othei  gentlemen
joined the gioup.       j>'     ' iJ     i    '
;;i,tim. in gieat. tioiihlc, Loid, Wil
-mot," whispered the girl, with
tiembling  eagerness'   , VI���X  should
^ liko to (ulk a'few niinutfs with you
ulone   ' i>    ''
b, '^Vith'plcfjuie.'bia'iillcd LouMVit-
( mot In llie "sumo, low tone ,n' ho
dropped her hand   :   tnon  mining his
* voice slightly he ,added," w uh that
��� aplomb aequo ed y by ycnis of dlplo-
" miillcseivico ; "And yon ically tell
'���mo you have nob noticed thcin^? I
������nssuio  ^you, Lady Lucy,     they life
miignillcont ; ithe��� ei��� Citihcai tic-urns
.,111c' pin tleulaily     fine this year   ', I
have 'novoi ;s^cn..sue,h blooms before
jf Jleally, you'������liould s'cc thorn at onto.,
* Would you pin don me Tiinnlng away'
\ with     Lucy  a  few T* minutes.   Lndy
Lnngdc-Vt/while 1 show'her the���oi ���
- uii*���CnYihoiiicinns 7"'{' l '
,* With a pkasnnt binllciLot-d Wllniot
bowed,    nnd led Lucy towind     the
* neatly lnid-out flowei -beds', . As soon
as*'they,r "were* out  of- honring-ho
Jaiined qujobly and said :��� t   - ,
s ' "What,is   -ib, Lucy ? "Havo    you
quarrelled with Iluny Vnnsnitt ?"
""Wo have --not c-unnollcd, �� Lord
* Wilmot,  bub llnrry " began "  the
girl * I -r ��� V w   I *'     "
>-,   "Do/not hesilntc-<io tell mc," said
Lend  Wilmot, Wudly. ."Remember, I
, ,was youi. clear' father's olde.st,fi lend
,,'iuicl .hot,would'     halo leu wo . youi
guardian had ho notched so,suddenly i"Tell mc* what'1Is���troul)ling you "
'I.hnrdly know how to 'bopm", Loid
. Wilmot,"  said tho "girl,  with nu of-
. foi L    "But  you   Know how'; blight
and' stiaightfonvnr'cl  Hat iy,, has     always boon  ' Ilo'ii nofsb'now -   Toi
j-the Inst'few montus ho has changed
> 'Ue lias - 'utifoi tunately inade friends
,' who mo no good to hiai    lie'  botb
' t upon places ,  and  gambles'-at  caidb,
-  and  the, excitement*- iJnncl .l.Uc.hotu&
.  l,.ne'caused*him to clunk moic than
^  ;.ho( bliould. jAs^joibknovi.-lIiii.y L   is
-   enot^ii i icIT-- j man, nnd-if hi<.,""fatJ'.(<r
fi" was to heai   that he plaied-c.itds"joi"'
""^staked   money ^on'lioiso^te-cthg ^"'ho
, ^"would'cuuhim of. \\ith a bjnlling"" "
^'"Btit l'nost vot'ng- men jiilay, cards
, % and bob a little *^said .Lo./i ���W.lmot,
~ - "and  nany'ynr^aftfib not soVpoot
-as-voii ���"imagine * Less'*-' tlmif "'"two
veais ntfo���when ho came of ageb^tc
* "inlieritcd ��20,000, which"1 Ius'"mothe:"
, t left liiin," t and, v nit,n *bnngb_  Inm in'
' l bix' hundiecl .a*jeai "   ,**'''   ' ' * . ;'
1       "lie has lo&b'that', Lord "Wilmot "
.-���  -i You du'j/ot mt'cui to rtcll ire that
e-ho  has lost  ��20,000.  Lucy ���->"   !.e-v-;
"claimed.Loid ,-A\i!m ***,v  in dbtomsh-
��� t lncit-   "^\hy,>ho must be mud'"  .
^ - ' Ile'is-mad," saic^Uio gi.l, btttet-
.-Jy    "1 I-a-.etbegged  and piajed' of
._ him to  Igne,it.up,'    but    without
ax ail    lie says ho     must'win  w���the
money back oi  our man,ago is quite
'n.ipobsible ' At one time my smallest
,with.*,��� as"to     Turn  a command,  but
now gambling- seems  ot  gienter con-
J ��-oc|iic,ito    Vet ho lo'.es me ju&iu-js
deaily, Lou!     "Wilmot, and,  but foi
<   this cm so of-gambling'  which seems"
to  bum,in  his  blood, ;theic is     nothing  to-mai   out   futuic happ.ness
AI could not many a gamblci,  -Loiil
Wiliio't"'       - . (     r
.   "I am glad  you ha\e told mc*   of
'    this,"  said     Loid   \\ ilmocb thouKnl-
"1 have icnsoncda with Hon-    and
lie fully   a/jpicciates   'the ttutl/     ol
'what J  mgo ,'yet hc_s..j& tie    must
win back what ho'has lost, and thon
' he will gne it up " '   "
'J?v-then i It will bo'too'late,"
cued Loid Wilmot-., "wo mu&t cine
Iiini>bcroic "        j
���    'Oh   do you      think - on t   can ">"
.passionately     e\cla.mcd    Lucy    "Oo
you  think :-o.i can -peisi.ado -"llaity
to gne it tip *""*- * ,      ,
K   "I 'uli u.v " sa.a Loid Wilmot, in
a. low   tone, as they  i etui nod to the
Eioup,  nndtthe'i  aftci   a.  fo.v^ polite
tomli kstooK lns"leaAo
"P.-"=siiig out ot    thc I'a-Ic he ''ailed
ra Inn'som n'ntl was cltncn' to a celc-
I,. i1,cd plufician in Hailey st'oet
They we..*> togetnei- foi  sorio time
-r.nd  as'Loid Vulinot was leaving ho
asked   ���,   ,
" Vnd yen aie stue it -,111 be
qintc safe ' Ib'can do no halm '"
"Jt is absolutely sale uivt deai
Wilmot absolutely sate Let ine
know the e*cmng and I will have
ceiything anaagcd "
I'oi tho ue.\t few davs Loid Wilmot was, busy teeing tci lam of Ins
ft lends but townids the end of Jley
he sent a note to Hailey stieet, and
then one opening he di oppod into
Vuns.iilt'j diamines in Shnflnsbiuy
Aicnuc. ami canied hurt oil to dine
tit "Pi tiico's "
While enjoying limn cignis thev*
wcio joiner? by a thud puitv, and
Loid Wilmot lose to inlindiito
ITarry with a look of iiiniov'anee on
Ins hoiidsonte face .��� ,
"Tho Co-tnt do JUm tello���Mr ITarry Vaiisinb*,"
ITan-y grvped tho t-biangoillls hand
In hi3 usupA hoaily ftibhion, and in n.
veiy fow minutes tho now-comor
pweel Inirtell n mosb eiitcrtalning
"Vou will gtf ine /c plcasuto of
your'comppjny to-mouow ovoiilng,"
mud (Vie O.ya-ct. its they finally patted '"Vr fc-V to leellc dtnnlio and it
gnino of nords Loid Wilmot. has
jiioinlTCd to Join us Inter in /c evening "
JT.iti,v sciW lie -would bn delighted,
bub as ho pavjrd with Loid Wilmot
at his -vheiinborn the litboi gavo lntn
it. wen (1 ri ���srsuTiifnif ��-
' p 7~~-!	
���"Uo caioful'of bhab man's friends,
Vansaibt. They aio not 111011 to bo
ti listed too far."
, With a, laughillany shook him -by
the hni'd,
"You can'liust ino bo look after
iiiy'bulf, Lend Wilmot."
Tho Count do Mtu (olio's dlnntr
hud iuovcd lo bo beyond leproueh,
and Lho moil had adjoin tied to tho
uu d-i 90111.    ' ,
, Alter sfanio discwsiion, Ihoy seated
themselves and eouiinoiKcel lo play
poker, a game which Iliuiy con-
'ideicel himself 11 ir.astci or. Tho
htdkei at liibt weto Hinall, > the
laigesl btl u'llowed being ��0, bill
piesenlly, when tho Oount'Ji'cxcelleiit
dinner had been lollowod by cou'eo
and lii|iieuis, this nilo was lolaxed
At lltsl llany played i-tuefuliy and
won , hut when tho silent attendant
passed lou'nd some excellently maimed bpiills and ftoda the luck seemed to '/hungo Tho ' puny consistod
of live���Iluny, tho Count, Lhoi dot-
toi and tv.-o 101011,11 fi'lcntls.
The men betted fiooly and with
ludgmont, bub bho vci.uls">epixed ', bo
go against llany. In one h.tml ho
had raised the stakes lo a high
ninotuil on lour kings, only to be
bertteniby one 01 lho quiet foicign-
oi'i'with an equal nninljoi of aces
Then 1 tho wmo that ho had drunk
begun 'to .tell its'ttile, and lhc flush
upon his theok,und ihu .sfituklo m
ills eyes tpld filial thc.spiiit of
gambling win. fa'st piiblilny itself'In
fionb of coninion wnso 1^     "'
"Come, genlleniCn," o\tliuiiif��d the
Count, "Mi, ' Vensn.-lt'b 1 tide ha-i
pio%eel 1 iiiikiiul, Lei. us 1 n 1 scr lb'.'
stakes mid giboiu funnel 11 chance 01
.lOiiiei'ic.cnge " " *'
V'fcw deals "later' brought llany a
jtiu^nl'llusli.' ll. he could only hot
now, and r tliO'Olhai men did not
aluip. up L11011 cm els," lie might yel
v 111 buck all ihat ho had'lost Willi
mi client to appeal ihkoiicci nciL he
diew forth his pocket-book ^ 'J-hcie
ttas'oulyi, ��lOrlcri, but that ''was
O'iou/;h,'foi ho ,1111'st win Jlapidly
the betting     tose Item leib to hua-
Cl'C'dH > '
"I'will ualso ' 'It to a lliouse.n'd
pounds,", ci led s< Unny to tho one
iriitn who luiuuincd in, tin liisci'iiln.b-0
foii'lguei, I'olyiiiuil ', '���     ,
* "t will jloublo ll," e.-itliiiiiiod hl��
opponciii, lu.vliigjthu money hi(noies
upon'the (able. -*'       ^   _,  ,  '
llniry'u blood urn cold. Could the
man hold���ii better hand  thon his V
Only" one
���1   rT'nT.M.i iVi*miinw>����iMM
hold tn bettei
No.   That was impossible
combination 'could l.qab-him, and'-hls
'o\e-ltud,binIn fnllell to leineinljer-thc
trcmcndo'ub odds agaitiMb tli'ls coni-
binntlon occurring 'Jfo "diank . a.
glass ' .ofiaw whisky almost-at a
gtilp.T( ,  -       i    , ���_-���-'
',Tliieo thousand," ho saie) <
"J will doublo,il,"j said I'plyiinnt,1
quietly, t - ..   .,   J,,    .,     '���       ' ',
' Thc mnn" ,miu&L,study bo binding
Pel haps &1X thousand pounds did nol
mean much W lnin    Tho 'othei 'play-
ets sab silent        ,. ,    '    ' '   ' '
/'L'w ill'mal 0' it" so von  lliousnnd,"-
said llany; huskily," thiough'Miis dty
lips '      .       '      - ',**    "- '    J
' "Pat don1-me, l.Ir ' Vtiisni tb " said
Pojvaniii,*" politely ,,^'bul lw ill you
stake the money  I", ^   ' b
In a" moment Uanv'b faco.ilashcd
crn.ison ' lie had.nothing Itko. that
sum���fuel.yet ho had In Ins pocket
ho had ��S,0OO.tn notes wliich Loid-
Wilmot had givtu'limi jubt.bcloic.M'o
stai toil -. Ho li.uI.piomibC.eI tovpnyjit
to Loid ���,Wilmot's_ p. ivato^'ctietaiy
on his'wny to LhtT Ooimt's, but ^tno
sjiciobary haefbeon" out*' 'lie would
liojiow. tho""noteblor>.i.,-lew *mihutos
ancl then���v ttliv tiembling linge'is,* he.'
pullerL out bho packet' und'"upuuteel
the li^t,-^ uponMlic ta'blc -, 1 "'  * *'
"I do not understand," said Lucy.
"You aio r 111 still. Your mjnil Is
wandering " '
i,"No, no , I am quite sane," ho
lepllod, bitterly. "You do not know.
Luty, 1 am a thief ' Nay, �� am
woisc���X am a murderer I Theic i.s
blood���human blood upon my hands.
Now you Know you must leave me at
onto���nnd foi over."
^Tn wild, fieico words ho told her of
his crime. In tho bitterness of ' his
soul he did not spaie himself.       '
"Ah, Lucy '" ho whispered at bho
end, "if X hud ouly listenc-d to you,
with your <.wect, gentle pleading, 1
might even now liavo kissed youi
hand. Poor, pei haps, but honest und
gulltles's*' liul It Js "too late now
Tho tonlblo Icb'.on' hasi como Vrnd I
luno leaincd tlio folly of my ways,
but at what a "in ico '"���
Ab this moment Loid Wilmot and
tho eloctoi   entoiod
'Ah, ho Is bettei," exclaimed tho
latter '     1
���Loid Wilmot," said llany, "pond
thein all (iwtiy. 1 must f.ptiililn wiih
you alone " si^-i
' Nol till you'vo had nnothei
sleep," cued thc doctor, (heenly
"Sloop I'^gioanukHany. '/Sleep1
I can novor sleep again. X must, sui-
lendei myself immediately to ^ho
polite." "���    1     t     ,     (i ' 1
/  To the pohco I" "exclaimed   Lotd
W1I1110L    "What on'e.nth lor ?"       '
Tor my crime nt the Count's.'..'
"Ah," ho must have, another socialise," Mitd the doctor. -   ''
��� I want no sedative," rued llany
hllicrlv, "Loid* ' Wllmof -knowb ^of
v.ha't I am talking XJo you think X
shall evci-'foi-gct that mad impulse
to gamble, that, I bhull evei lot get
.ite.illng trial money, and then ,.tltc
siiioking pistol, and thal) l-.orublo
loi m upon'the carpet'?" , ���- t- ',
' J!y deai Vaiibartt, you tiro laboring- under a deliiMOU," >saul Loid
Wilmot, kindly. "Lnbt evening, while
stopping Into youi cab to diivo to
JIai telle)'s/tlio horse Mai tcci- ,nnd
you uoic violently tin own out "(
And icrol.cd such .a uastv 1,111-^-"
c hh icel , in1 the cheery little doikor,
lluir I have had you' under , my
liahi's'ioi the Insf-Lhiee dnyu with a
iiiosi'liitertstlng attack of concussion of llio Imiin."   '    ,.
JXtniy <Im/w Lord Wilmot , to his
side "'You hie shielding'me, Loid
/iWlnio.," lie whlupeied "Tito accident was, of toiii.se, nflor, while, wo
woio dilving'hoii-.o."   "> "     '   "'   , ���
"As 1 said IJtioio, Viins.ii tt," ie-
phed Loid .Wilmot, "you aie'lnboi-
iilg > undoi _-, gieat .mistake ^You
ha\o 'bo'ino 'idea in your-Jicad��� lb\IU
not'it&l^you \\hal��� with lefeiencc lo
something you , think roccuu en at
IMaUello'b. /J'liis w.is sheer imagina-
tiolT, "as you* nevoi loathed h'is
house ^Tlio accident, ab I \ell you,
happened^ab my, vciy* door,''and,you
weie bi ought Mn insensible." ^'b \
, "llui'you ga\e me ,��8,000 to gi\o
join secictaiy on 'my wuy^ tlieio-?"
asked Hal iy.   .#i    ( " <
V-,X did,"" and it was, orii,toui6e,!--in
yo.m  pocket, wheie'you had'-but     a
low moments pievioiibly placed it""
Yel    it-all'   bteiub so "MViel     and
leal,"   said     Vansaiu,   /I.Te'o     npb
unilci stand "  if f       , ^ 'A
-v Let'    ,11-e ' suggest     bho ' nnswei,
Ila'iy,"  said-lady,-   Lucybquielly
YoubvCto     on  a,   dangeious path,
and tho accicloi.t-was sent by Clo.l to
waiVu\ou ��"ln jour'dclu nun XIc.h'-':',-
peiheps, in Lis meicy. lifted the tui-
wlicol, and lho biclc mate and her
stt lelton luifibnucl on iaii.Ltie.sbes on
deck���Penison's Weekly.
Bravo Act of Two Girle, in South
Afuca.���Tho Two  Darling
'   ',
Tho gitlluiit evploil which gained
foi Cirneo Jlailing undynig'iaiiie, has
boon rivalled, in elilleiont jinils of
tho woild,' moic fiLquontly than
most ])cojdo imagine.
Tho latest insLiinto comes 110m
KosI Buy, .South Africa, and il .occurred  dining 1I10  loconl gioat galo
which  dtovu  ir-hoio  and  wifcked  in  ,    ,,���   ��������� ,
l'oit  JCli/abebh   ulono, some     thli ly Jplnnlal ions m  tjic nelgliboihood,   I
-.esstls    A fishing boat    got caught nblo to sonMbly incienso lho   town'
by. the storm und dlsiiinsted. 'i'wo
01 hoi ciow of tin to woio swept
oyei boaid'iind di owned. The thlid
had his leg bioken, und in U114 helpless und tigoni/iug jioslllon was
being cat nod lupidly, ou'l to sen on
tho ebb tide Tho accident, hnd,
howovei,    been     witnessed    by two
Places Where Life Is Vory Pleasant
��� and  Living Cheap.
If ycm'Jifivo bul n small Incomo
tnlco up your abode in the Swo.lisli
lown of Oibit. Thcjio aio no ta.\cs,
odd cation for yo.ir clilldian is fioo,
telephones niay'bo iibcel gratis, and
9hoiild you doslie to lido on tho
btieeL car tho conductor will o.\utl
no payment All which benefits' nc-
crtlo fiom the btisinosft cuntitily of
bho municipitlity, which by the snlo
of timher,/ tut 110:11     llio   oxbnnslvo
Should mi sic bo youi delight, 10-
pah" wiLliout losi oi linicbbo J)os-
lnI'd, in lli*n?il. Though bho population ininiboiH only J0,000, inosb, of
thein, inoienvoi, 1110 po<-sos*cd of
but smnll menus,' e\<?riy Iiousoho'd
can botisb ub IdtsL one'piano,  wliile
gnls iiiii-ud Collins, tho daiigliteis of ('n 'bho town it<e 1" ind ilc I hi to hub
a iieif-hbotlng, f.nmoi, who wcioiurbs no fewei ���than lliiilepn floniuh-
giithoiing seaweed "oq tho beach foi|-'M (hoi.il sneiolies (evbiiy to tho
luel, and Lhesei at'once, put 10 the mu'iifal'Inste ol tlio inhabitants- '
icse*ut' in^ii cra/y ncttno coble They Choose N.isihu.i, Is1"]! , n lown of
m.Mingeir to loach the wVctk,. and, 20,000., cilt/cjis, , lor youi abode
while 011c nggud n |uiy<miist and 'hoiild vou eleslie pei feci peace'"
sail, tho othoi took the helm, and ' Noibhei luwvci-" i-oi- pi it"-1 ,is to he
.siiecetded.Vinoi nn hoiti 's manoeuv- .found (Jioit . Ti aiding, tho^sile
ling, 111 1 mining her nslio'-'i'liit,'! and 'business of the coiumunil y, is done
dty on a Mincl/.spil 01 |nnd, thus ,JV U-e town e-ountil, eu.l( so .siiccess-
i,a\ing not only lho muii'i- life, but ,f,,1Iv n,f **�� f'bvinlo L|ie neo.l ol lathis boat us well, Lho laltti his solo fltl��" ' Stireb flcniiiiig nnd road
means of subsistence    The fo-ico and Ji-ciiding aie undoi tnleen by lho cili-
f 111 y of lhc wind al 1ho timo may be	
gauged' "fiom     the fuel     thai, tho
younger'^Il'is   Collins,   lhc  otto      at,
Mm m linn'-, and 1,0 [waeo-lovlng
aio these \cjlimlnrv woi keib "��� thai
p'oliooiren nio unknown
1 oioi-s'of'clannltno-s will' tiu'doubb-
edlv Hud Block, InJTolJai.il, bo theh
111 ing Jt. has long 1 ecu io,iowiie-.l
'an the neitesl village 111 (lie wot Id,
on I *o itMloim woio lis InhaliltnuLs
oi il'i lepiilatlon bhab uuLII nf few
yotus back hoises wtio not   allowed
/             ������    1111  its sttcets      Lven  iviw the plate
A somewhat simihu- sloiy of hoio-Jis kept a. mnivol ,of ^(inpulous
ism on tho p.u L of two, filsteis is 10-'deanlliicss bv its population, which
toie'ed 'In Canada's 111111111*1 ; and,'is ahnost inclusively engaged in (ho
tuitoiiMly enough,  lho gills in     this liiiitking'uof ICdain choo.c
tho   holm,   had   prutlitully   all      hci I
dress leu 11  lieuu hot ,body, ''while  lho |
C'lcloi'^ wns  tliiito  lifted tltai'  oil   lier
feeL "and   dashed,'ag'atnsf   tho 'ibiil-
wtuks,      sustaining       soveial     bud 1
bi ui'es and  a    *- * ' .     |
' NA.STV'SCALP WOUND.   , ,-"" I
ilistunco.woto - uttiinlly nninpd  Dai-
llng���Mnggio  and (.Jessie., Tho  bcene
of  their 'exploit     was on "tho",   iSt >
Lnwienceb iver,      nnd   lho date was
Jicteiiiljei   .Ith,  JS07,' a bibteily cold
und ' teinpebltious     day.  .Two   'men
ciosslng fiom 'Lo 'l.ito  Island  to  tho
li.tilnhind    111 n heavily liid/'n ��� bonl
woio     upset,'      but ' "managed,   ,5 in  should book     to    No.idc-.lio, u small
a half-fio/en condition',, to-i ling    to L<-it,yMn Kansas, whence after n.biicf
Advocates of peltito.it government
sh-nild loin noy to Jlo.ibtie, Kansas,
wheie all 'tho chief ollle-es 1110 flllel
bv women,' who,1 Loin.', In, nailill;,'
opinion, less open to biilery,. than
t.hc.,otliei- 'lex, ntnko profciiiblc 1 ad-
inlnistititois ' A laigo piopoi bion^cf
thc'p'olico     010 women'   Fat    folk
tho tipbuinetr l.eol.   Their ctles
at-("-olouin they will letui'n homo with
Untied -tho iittcntnin *of.the two s,lm and elegant figuios���a lesiill
gtils, tho youngti < of whom was!(*"��. atcpiiling to lho se-ienbists, ���" to
only sixteen, "and. despite bho iti-^1*0 V[*sL acciumilatlons of oil nnd
ti cities. a*ncl exposlulattons. of their jnatuial gas tli.it aio stoied bonealh
futhoi, who  was ill 111 bod at  . the. Ul�� city-      '     ' ' - - .   .
time, ' ,thcyi;laun(hcd a boat, and
lowed fof'illieii LveSf thi-ough-, . the
tcmpest-dinen Lwater', '1 hey siic-
eeeded 1 boo, 3,although jwitho gieat
diditulLv, in iccuing the c\liuiistcd
lticiT" and . bi ingingif them .snfo > to
land   k    ' * *>���   ti",   ,
WoslMouiists who ha^ c rhanccd to
stuiy so ifti noilh as'tho .Shetland,
Jslos'nie familiar with the *jtoiv of
the^lwo,, Peine 1 gnls���the' ' Cliatc,
Dai Unas-" of e-jScotlend " itOno 01
them, 'Iltleti, joined the gieat ma-
lcuiLv , * some (ycai s" i-ago, but ,(hc
vounjror'of lho tv/ins,;wh6i, wus ,baic-
1"\" liftcch at'~ the,|)tii.ie ofitho'i oc-
cu' ici.eo^which canted lor'them tlieu
tain-n-om the lutuio-and shown t 011 ��� poiul^tiUe;  still ^suimvcs .1 May  -G,
���e���' Let it ���<- be
' Good ' c o\claiii'cd*;'X'olyar,ni 1, ^/i;
\. ill sec you,"   b  _ ;. <i?     i ,r       ... > "
llany laid    his'\eaids upon
table '    JI011 I lieu *'* Wnat'.t" hand
ll  i��,"magiiificciil"   'cxtlain.ud %" tho
V.S*',        * ���        r     i*r~ .* ~ ,     .   . ** n    ,
Count      .    ,-" ;   .���,   ' ��� *   J   ,   -   '
"But ni/io is bittei" " .b.nd '���Poly-
attni , '1 Iia^c'/o Koyal I'll sl-iv/"i
> /J'lto' Itoytil' Flush '' Then,, he^had
lost'' Foi a moment Lho tooni swa'ii
Leroto him ..ttd'ho vattl.td'ab ono'in
a > di cam his ..opponent t.ikmgPi:p the
notes���Loid'Wilmol's notes ' . , '
Yovi Ii'tK is si.poib, Polyanm,"
ti ed tho ,t/oi.nt /It is tne Lh.id
lure vou li.no \ion And to, deal
such���a. h'a..d  ���"   A    '-^ '
''St.cl. lu^k is me pi.cable," bate1
llaiiv   bittei lv ,
, "What, do jou mean, sn ?" cried
Pohnuni     ^.���'- "'  -        *'
lie means* tnal vou aie .1 cheat,"
p.issionaielv in lei posed lho othei
foteigrei ' And .vou aie a cneat
\ou la^e iob')ed,htni ard >'ou have
lobbed mc     \ 011  aio a thiol   "',
In a miirient nil \ as contusion
Tiie^lwo men'flow af each 0Ilia's
tii'.oats Thoie was \a bhott bltug-
gle ,11 wl ith JTanv bctumc imohed,
aad tlicn tho shaip snap of a ic-
-.olvti-ancl one of ,tho 11 on staggeiod
Cutwa'd'amlMtll bo'lho floob
Willi a a j-* they .tlliSj.ian^ f. 0111
hnn and llany iouihI ht'*i'oli btand-
mg with a still smoking ic-ioKct in
his haiKl'1     A ���-,,
"\ou ha^c killed l*.i"i," cited the
doeto., stooping oic. .tho i.*'lor vcv
llaijv was 1 da/eet rnrl co.ilusecl
with .tho e'Mnlc that be lidci taken,
and he could not uo ._ 1 .'.neiubei
\hal had occu.itd Lc coaK' hcai
them saying that bo spi.-i.c, to'v.aid
what niigiit be to to
a wa.ntng, IXmiy'.   1'ioiUlsci i-c, pio-
miso     us.all,' -��-that you  w ill"lit\en.
gamble again "'���?- >s ���,'"���'      ip
" ^You-ato^ light, *Lucy,"j exclaimed
Vansaitt, C(.i_.ncsl.y 'X will" no-.er
toiitirV'taier.^oi bet''again 'Loid
"iblinot,"" Liiiy,"l swtixiJit' as H-oVwon
is abo^e, ."iT-e,'X( s'..ca*.,,ib on .the
santiity of thc love'Lucy ljcais mc "
And 1-know vou wiM'keep "'youi
\!o\.A A'ansai'tt/'^saiuLobl W-lmot,,
taking', lus-hand" J-'Andbiow dunk
ith'e doctors little draugl-ri and "lean
Ij. ck are! foit,ot youi ,dieain>of'what
lbgtit ha\o bun,", ���    "' ,
'  .- f-      '��     ��'     * .     *      ,��  ,;
'But I do not unc'%1 stand, JjohI
J.ili.ioll" said Lutv hucr,1 v.ncn Ihoy
wcio standing i.lore by the-old lib-
jaiy table ,'JTo-v did you make
xr-'iiy cliearn tins lei 1-'lie dicam so
burily  '"      ^ "   v
"It was no'd.caiu, my deai," said,
lus loieiship, v ith a s'nilo ' "lt^was
in a \.av ail ical A doctor fiicnd
or mine in llailev stieet gave h.m.a
(Mag to make hnn ncklebb Ife was
tho dobo- at the pai ty Tho test
w \s a caiefully peifoimcd little play
'Xho Count .c'icX, it to.,oblige mo as
an old lucnd The "mtudered' man
v as a wellrknown actoi, and thc 111-
sciuteblc ,Polyanm .V as one of the
tie.eiost conji.ietb with caicls wc
ha\e It was a pietty little^ niakc-
bolie^c comtd\ ", -, ,
i "OhtLojd Vulmot," cuod Lucy,
giatcfi'llv,. 'but for you, some day
in the fi.tuif, it might haic been 101
"Flany a tombly' teal tragedy "���
Lonuoii  Answcis       - '
1 Jr-	
iS"iO, was the date of Ihe'hvppciii.ig  |
One  of. those t!1 &uc'e,e;i(tiliiu.ijcano=*)ik(^.
"stoiir-s, -which   so tircqucntfy "" i-aii>t-
dealhyand dcsti-uct.on'to, lhc   spiniK
fibliins Ilcefs," had buts'l iipoii'^the.is-
The Coldebthe' Climate tho" Finer
''    >  f       ' tho' Tui. t       A,
Jilimino 'is a.L its Let).when thc
cold is^mobl' inLeti'o,, the tawny woa-
bo^coMt Uiinirg fiom lawn lo - \cl-
low, ifiom \ollow.(to ci tarn,, an l' then
to snow- while, atcoiding tc? the lat-
tiliidu and the scat/on j* r-, w '* ���
* l'"o*., ^.Mix.'m.ai ton, o'lLoi and boar,
the truppci ,c.in take1 with steelAtiaps
of n.^sire'vai\ ing with, the game, 1 01
eve') ^,'ilh tlio,<tlumsy beiL, eflicienl
deadfall, 'bul ^the'' 01 mine, tl.o fur
of which is as oasilydamagad as teo
firc'sL gaui-c, must 1"6 liciiJlorl dtl ci-
cnlly J      t ' ',
Tho    Original      Land    of  Ophii���
Location of tho Gaiden. of
JJr Cail PcLois has,been e.\ploung
the wondtifiil mines left by some
-"iincleul race In .Uashoualand. JJc-ie
mo lingo shafts of dliuscd gold-
minus, gioat walls ol gigantic stones,
nndiiJiJUs teienced for uligation luiii-
dieds of fi.et up fiom the valleys
Tlio Oouimn oxploiei- declares that
this is the oiigmnl land of Opnir,
whence tnmo tho tteasuic'J of the
tojJH.lo at Jeiiisnlem, and no less an
aulfioilly tlinn i\li. Kider Jlnggaid
(limits tho'sttine view.
!���'. w questions Imvo been moic debated I bun (ho location ol this won-
dtiful ticjisuie land Many who aio
will qualified to judge put lho land
of Opliir in India, A icsidcnt in the
Uymuul, in boulhein liulln, 'letenlly
w-iote ' bo n 1.011(1,011 nioining paper/
saying bhal ho em)ihabically dilieied
liom Bi    I'd pis ' Having washed
dug .silver in    us hills, hiintod    elephants    Jn its foiests, nnd cnptuieel
alios and peacocks m  the isninc 'lo-
caJily,1. he wus peifcclly rcilam of
the identity oi the Wynaacl with
Solomon's lnnd  of Ophii
Tlio lost toiiLmont of Atlantis has
been held to bo the location of tho
Gniden of Kden Atlantis in lt=elf
is . ono of ,tho gieatcst mysloucs
known to tho Instorlxii IJveiy iaco
that lived aroi'iid. lho Mediterranean
(held the belief thai somowheie to
the west of tho PiUnis of ITorculos
(Ciibinlbai) blioro existed a vast
island lb tho ocean. Plato rinentions
it ns having bten ongulftd by tho
waves 111 no thousand yoais -bofoic
his lime. The oxlrnoidlnai y similarity between (ho lomnins found in
tho peninsula of Yutatan, in Central
Amoilcii, with thoso so well known
In Kgypl lends weight to tho tia-
dillon. XL is sujiposed'thiib both'tho
ICgvplluns and tho, nntlont, people
whith precoded tho A/.lcts of Mexico
woio descended from u nice which
C.'eologiciil  tosearchos piovc      that
siitli  an Atliuiltu conllncnl, dicLoucc
niilually...exist,  aiid that the Canaiy
"" But
���i -i
i    , '
on  the sandS'Of Unst
n   lillle JoioLr-^of     old
s'l.atthtr.g the Counts pistol'fiom a j i t-ct Cue! will. Wot t'ng-p.vi c, ,
tabic, and in ,w\ aLtempt (o mttidti .ih;n piessed 'I ho French now 1.1
Pol-iaii"! had shot tho othei  nan        tuiacti.ie piwos,  in close lmik-ticn
��� A matcual that can be caiicd mav
be ina'o "out of I eeletl polauocs,
vhi'h no piepaifu for tins puifo^c
bv Ijctrg fust Ijlnciunecl 101, thn tv-
bx I o lis n eight pails of svli'iunc
a.'c'   to ore I.UD.licd  ol v.atei    it   is
juiacti.ic pieos, in close limtiticn it
'is s.v.il of TnteisJiat'-i, fiom this
jnn'.cl t'��-i'l*stance A heavy picsiiue
iirr ">s a m.itti i*.l --o haul mat goc'l
I hill.ard bills -a > nuaiicn of noiy
lean i;o i.i.u'l '.o.i it
What  is   this    gcntlo'iiea   '"
claimed   Loid   i.tl.nol   ,cntcuig
the l.iou e*il    X at,et    bur  se, |.ies eel
\oices told l.im all
I'oi sonii'iino'iients tnev stond "-'1-
onL 'We aio in a cl.ti.i.cto.s l.ouse
Ilanj,'    wnisioted    ,Loi eM\I'.uol , I        ANTI-TRE VPXNG LCAG ui:
'f;i-.e mc lhc money  I onlii-s.ccl jou!    Recently  a nev    lcagfe  he?     1 cci
with    It is the Ooieinu-e.'l'b " j stai f-d in Daib'm      It is called    t'ie
!    f l.a.o lost it at Cttids '   gioancl I Aeii-rieabing   League,   thc tnoml eis
Vansaitt, rliopptng on to a than        I ot wh.ch ^��car a small badge,  nnd at
lands *,and
ir.en, women'and c hil(b*oii';r w'aLc hi'igy
wiih  eyes ,loi roi -dilated,' the ictuin-
mgf_  smacks,,  hiiujnig.  fiantically
b'-iorcw.-rd' J~, .   >������ *��� ^��      i)r>     bp'T^
, Srjve one only,' all word ib'aclicd
'Ihts one,',**howo\oi, stiuck 'by( bho
full foiec of thc galcC tn]isi*:ed , aucb
of foiti men aboajd^twyibviio speca-
ily-diowi-od The othei "pah ,^'cling-
ing'to the pvel tui ned boat,'could bo
seen tqssing .ftli.id the spume *n and
tui ring the r e'cpa.-'ng faces' towards the land Not one ait.icP all
the hbher folk put oul to the ieccuor
It would, they said, be to couit
death���s\.ift end inevitable Jlclcn
Peti ie and her voiing1 sistei, thought
othr-wibc , end daiting '-,10 then
ffi!hci'b little coble, cuawn l'i/;h a>id
diy on "tl.6^ sands, laimclieel tl, .and
lowed seawards"Oio even an*,one'had
begun  to  ho - ,
And marvellous ^to iclet.;, *thcy
suieceded in then self-imposed task ,
although what,would have happened
had Ine men they lOotuecl been m-
ca.<acilatcd fion iovit'!' themsel'ics
aid their lesuiets back "to tandbw'ill
hai dly hcai thirking oi Tiie cui-
lei,b and tide t e.c just bheti sebttng
oq-.shoic with thc velocity,.of a mill-
lace, unci it bote the gi11��-, almost on
lop 01 IhCsj i icck II would, too,
have bo'iie thcri out to the opei
-*ea as suiely anfl as swiftly, had
llr-y been left to batllo with il alone
e.id uiiaidcd , but bnis ract, needless
to - av docs nob i deli act one iota
fiom the hcioisii of the deed
ho.iovei\  oi  all  tlio nem-
'\ ho l.untci, ffomg the lot'nds of. his-
tfa'-s, lies note.!'r't'ious linv li.icls
lil'o tlio dots arid'clashes of the' telegraphic alphabet -�� l.'cio a'C' little
ri'ints ^lulling into'orc anotlici '.in
a" dash'"., theic' a do"..d 'stop, .wheic
tl*o"qi irj.-caied J stoat'has pai"cl,
wiih toadyHweyes 'alert foi "���'inowbird
or _ M alibi t I^cic, again, a'clear,
blniil.'on the mow, wheie the ciafiy
little foragei Jias^ ebveer bc'ow tho
lighl" sinfpco anjl wiiggled "foiwaid
lt'.o a-.shako, to", *dt-11'""up witlb.t
plunge of lus bfaiigs into tho hoait-
blcoJ of the unwaiy snow-bunting
Pioni tho length1" of ctliP lo.M's tho
liappei jtidges thc ago of the ctmine
'X1ic full-giown ermine Ins hair too
coaisc lo bo managed by a snaie If,'
thcioforo, tho tiacks l'vlicnle n fullblown animal, (lie tieprct suspoiJs
the noorro'' of a loojicd Iwn.e-oi who
acioss lhc 1'iinvay Horn a hoi 11 twig,
which, when lclcscd, spt lags up-
v-.i d'with a icik1 that lifts the oi-
mino ofl tie giound and stiangles
it  ,
If the li.ioks aie li! e tl e-purts-of
a baby's Imgois, close and s-n.ill,
the tiappci hopes lo.capUnc a'poll
fit for a thi one cloak I'oi lett t fui
would be mailed bv f'c Lwino cnaie,
^o lib liapi ei -dcviccb as tunnii g a
death foi tlio cimiro as lhc ciminc
device-, when il elai Is up Lhiot'gh tho
cnow a-fcl i,u>cs its bpcai-bke- tect'i
in the throat of a rabbit r '
tiFnst he s,nieais his hunting knife
with Rieacc, blicn ho lavs ib acioss
the tiack Mho Utile o.mine comes
It oiling in clols and dashes., and
gallops aiiel dives to tho knife Thc
kn fe is fiostcl. like ice Ice lho ci-
lmt'C l..ts. . IicJceeL s0 *iC htks tl.-e
knifo Bit pies foi lhc icvmnlantc
Iclwcci ice a"d steel1 Jce tut ns to
watei unclei tho vaim tongue stcol
luins lo fue that blislois and holds
tho foolish little tsL0at by his inquisitive tongue, a hoi o'cs*- pusoi'ci,
until the tiappei  coincb
'Do not Loll ito, ITanv " cued
Loid Wilmot in luuio', that iour
(������ambling has templed vou to tal e
moncv which was not vouis Vou
have not stolen tt o"
Loid Wilmot sluank lien hirn in
disirust Silently thc men were
moving that hoi i id still loim tiom
tlie toom a"d the lights weie being
Tor youi   f.ithet's sake,  Vunsai tt,
X will  Liy and save vou," whispeied
Loid Wilmot     "Come with me'     We
must go lu'stnodiatcly lo my house "
llany remembeted' nothing moro
until ho woke and found himself in a
spacious bod Tinning weanly, he
found LtiVdy Lucy sitting by his side
"Whcio am X, Lucy ?" ho asked.
"You aio at Loid Wilmob's���*���"
she began
"Loid Wilmob's I" ho cued Xn a
flush bho awful hoiror of lasl night
sei/cd his brain Willi n Stiuggle he
iiuspd himself on one aim and, with
wild, .staling eyes, pointed to the
"Leave me til once, Lucy '" he
whispeied, hoaisely. "Vou must not
stay a inomtw.l   IonffOi   m my     pie-
fls.ll!.Q ,  -
their initiation piomise so long as
tney ,- "\i.* the badge and aie mem-
Icts ne.ct to invito into a public
house enyono ici the puirocc oi
110.11111? him
WAS'lE   or timi:
11.etc had  been a slight <-hode
cu Ihqunl-e     aud iri    Ilerlihy
Aft    liolan had both  felt  it
��� Tim," saiel !tfr Dolan, -x>lcinnlv,
"what did you think whin bust the
grorn-d  began to  trimble9"    .
"'Jhiuk1'" echoed Ins fncnd,
scotnfully. "Wliat man that hud tho
use av his legs to rurrand his loongs
to i oar \\oul<i waste Ins toimc think-
iti'?    Tell mo thotl"
Ethel ��� "Chrulic said bhnb when
he saw that policeman aa;am he
woul'd give him a piece of Ins mind "
Maude ��� "Has ho got any to
"I can'l get over some of the
youthful superstitions," saixl thc
good-nr-tuied man 'Tor instance,
I nlwnvs wish when I sec a load of
hay " "X don't," said the man who
is 'alwavs tlimiting about tiouble "I
wish when I see a load. ^S Boat..",
eio'.s instances oi  icira'c licioitm al
sna    the,most  notable'i��-'that'    uii-
ntshed bv lho ca'e oi the'wife "of the
enptai.*  of t'-e, b'njai'ln'e'" Mooibuig
inasmuch  as tl.o biavoiy bioi-ii vva',T,irt ignotaut
rot onlv  ol  the  !'ie;hos'   otclet       but j t oJncui g&   ,l.
tc- conti" teel,  nol  to'   a few     inn,-  &u;>po'j
' Wal," s..hI J" .imei  Wilkiiiji Lo hi'
ctlv boaie't., who was up eail,-   .ml
'Not all visitois to tic cotmt'y aie
of    tho  uu .ci 'i     su,-.
11 c  faii'ieis  bO'.iOLimoo
ot   pi ins  oily,   bt,L,('."/     aftei
wi_tk alloi  week   ioi   neailv  \
lho shtjj  in  question  set sul     fot
rielbouine  fiom   f'htni in   tho   caily
pai t  of  1S77,   with   a  c-w  of     st\
men   and  iht captain's wile ancl hci
voune>  * b.'bv    Soon     aflei   stalling
cholera btoke oat,      and fo.u   of  lho
men died  wil Inn  a few  bonis of one
anollioi     Tho captain  and   tho  mate
v.eio  nl=o   stt tckon   do.vn     Face     lo
iaco wiih   Hits  teulble dilemma,   the
In a ve little     woman ncithci   latnled
noi  laltoted    .She took the helm    as
often as she could, nnd lashed    clown
the wheel     whr-i obliged to be away
oil hot   to inn sc hci   sick,  tend lo hoi
infant,   or oblnm   lho  btiefesl   modicum of lest foi   hoi self.   Luckily  lho
weather  leinninecl   modcwilcly fine   ,
but onto she had to let go -the loyal
and  topsail     halyaids on   the      ap-
pioach of a squall,  and loi   tho lO'il
of lho voyage sailed   lho ship  under
her heavici   canvas   alone,   the     fore
and nfl sails having been previously
cariied away dining the night   Moreover a leale was spuing, and she had
lo jcltlson, alone     and unaided,      n
considerable quantity    of  the  cargo
in order to get al it and caulk    il,
for using tho pumps was,  of couise,
quite out     of  the   "-question       She
triumphed in tho end, howevei, over
all   difficulties,   navigating  thc  litllo
vessel  safely     into Bnsbane haiboi,
hci sell, her baby in her amis, at llie
"���islands""""* aio'jjs'iemalns
geologists bay that this coiiiinenr
poiislicd^ In Torilniy times, r and
tiinnol,.' Lhetofoie, have cvei j- been
llic honiOj- of.elvilt/ed man. XL is
possihlo thnl'frcsli dicdgingsi,!!! the
bottom'of-tho Atlantic on tho site
of tho lost continent, may thiow
moro light on this vexed question,
upoimvlnch there ahcady exist over
a do/en dtlictcnt volumes      (
Although il is fanly certain    that
the Towei 'oT Habel stood somewheic
neni .tho| picsent nuns of the city of-
���BiibvloK,  its, actual site is'quitc   un-
ceitttm    Some    say it is'   the Bus
Nimioud,' a gioat pile whoso "remains
still iiso'']."id foot t�� above tho plain
fair ireiiiy Jlnwlinsbn lotind that this
consisted    of seven btngcs'of    buck-
work, all  ol  elilleiont colois    Othcis
put  the1 lower al  Arartim) some ten
'miles away  , and'thcio aio two     oi
thine olhei  possible sites '.
���-.Mention of Babylon bungs to'mind
tlic'Babvlonish   captivity,   and      thc^
e-ctraoidinaiy 'disappeaiancc o��  .the
.Ten Tubes after they ^ti
, .'lJAR  BEEN  CARRIED      r > '
olT  by'   Sat go n" in" 72 L  BC    .They
have 'been identified with  the Sacae,'
or  fbcythiansr '   who  a little   -. later
swept    webtwatdb     into    ,Noi thein,
Etiiopo,1 and iweie,supposed ' ^to^'-bc-
thc  foielatheis  of  the 'Saxons \} who'
ultimately     coloni/ed England *  But
theic i& absolutely   , no proof'eithdi
that�� I'icj   lost tubes became !-the
Scythians,  or* that ithc Matter     were
the^piogeniloi s  of  thc Saxon ���colonists of 'Bulaiib' Tho facbthat   ^the
coi citation chair in Westminster^Abbey    is     called'Jacob's^Stone, "has
been '-bibught     foiwaid to substantiate this wild theoiy - ,
Butiun'has hci     mysteries   -   Who
built    that * giant stone cuclc      at
Slonohengo is-   ono of  ��� them       Its
ougin    has been allubuled .to     the
Bolgrc,  t'-.e Phocnitiai's,  Ihe^JDi uids,
the"Danes,  and the Spoons *    Some
have said     that it was elected      to
coniinenoiato the ttieaehcious     mui-
clct  of the J3itlisii chieis bv Ilcngist
It has been called  a temple of    thc
faun.^a" "-hrinc oi Buddha, a centic of
set pent ��w oi ship,   and .a-calcndar    in
stone    Loid Avebuiy'assigns it ���. to
the bion.o age    Recent icsearches go
to ptove that     its age is enormous
Long boloio Solomon's temple     was
built it    is piobabic that thc Trouble
enele of sat sen stores stood.dim and
silent'in     the centio    of     Salisbuiy
Plain,      a monument to  co��ro     forgotten chieftain whose name^nnd iace
peushcel thousands  ol ycais ago.-
-^Aithui's Seal,  Aithui's Oven, "and
Ai linn's     Head    commemoiato    the
name of one whom'wc aie fond   * of
coiibideung     the first of ot.i     ejieat
Btitish     mon.it chs    But    did    XCirg
Aithui   cvet   e*.ibt at nil   ib  a cjues-
tton whirh has been lately tioubli-g
the     heads of     h.stouans and anti-
quauans    Ho is     said to have lived
m  thc si vth  ccntuiy  AD,   and     to
ha.e led tho Btitish         ,             '
.urni'isl  Lhc    Saxons    iinc'et   Cerdicv
Battleshms and Cruisers ��jo Eeing '
i   Built in Vanc-vii 5-��un-
' tries. '
Tho Jupancso _  hevo t^o rjeialfties ' '>    ,,
which foiclgn juuic.31 wust bear   'in     <���
mind  wi*.*��  coiibiderirj: t:iy v;uestioa       '   "   >
of hind-grabbing oi^cctcudipg   their v   ' ,'
Iiilluejie-o in the Kar East���they   arc '      '    ,
wailike and they'lovc Hit* sdi, Japan ���       '   ,
itali/es these nntuinl 'jit*a, and now .     ���>
that -she has     ftuered into nn.   al- i*
Ifttnec- with     Gieat Britein designed      ' '   ti    '     ���<
to ehcUc :bo advante, of J^rance. Ger- j)
many and Russia, "theic Kas been     a '>
move  to  develop  the strt-ngth     sho r
wields through this love of the sea, '      **
Since     the Japanese     boy's h'omo
consists of a gioup of iriands dense- ' r
Iy     jlopulnted,      and  since 'ho  lives >   '
largely up**-  fish  or oilier pioduCts /     ,
of the- son, he is bicd to a familiarity, ,  'tJ   '
with things Biatine euch as Tow pos-       '    '"
sess.   Inborn     fearlessnebs and   . tho ' <
teaching of ,  his Buddhist' or Shinto \ '< i '
religion, give physical courage which ,    ,    7 i'
the JajiAiieso have fieauently. shown       ''''  ">
in the     past ages, but'never    moro   ' '- ^
than in their iccent war wltlu China    /. <    -  <      .
in ISO}, nnd ir. the match with'the'       .   '
allies   to  P.-kii]    f,in   1000.   Another    ,        .   b 1 '
quality  which      the  training  evf  tho ,,     < J"p    ' ,-i
sea develops in  tbe Japanese boy is 1'    "
piobence of--mind  and readiness     in -.- ' " ^
emergencies."    - ... ^ ^
Japan, is a countiy of magnificent''        J  A^
deep-water  haibois,  and;  cut up   as ,      '
it Is      by   many   inlets,   bays.'    and ' }
stinits, It offers unusual opportunity < ,
foi'concentrating a fleet .'' '    |
and then, hy,moving through interior
deep watei ways, '"sti Iking ,an ene��oy
unexpectedly Accordingly,' extpnalvo
navul catties have be-on establisned
nt Yokohama, Kuio, Urega, Sasbc-*'
bo, Mp.li, iftnd Nagasaki.      'r A   ���v "(
At    the cIo=e     of tho war-   with
China  In   , 1895,   Japan'o '   fighting .
deei    consisted of foity-three vessel a /
and  twenty-six;    torpedo,boats,  ' an
nggiegato of 78,77-X to.-is ; of thoso
ten of an aggregate displacement   of -
15,0^)5 tons had been cupluicd from
thc, Chinese,, namely, one armor-clad
battleship,''two steel ciujseis,'    This '
captuie,d  battleship'was,1 until     tho  ,,
new   ' ones a*jusb  finished,   -the fiist-b
Japan.had "ever owned"; her, -fleet     ���
mull thon eonsistcd solely of'crulsers
nnd     gunboat^   Wlth^the war' ' in'--
demnity'''amounting  to" 220,000,000   '
tacls seemed fiom Ch'lna, '.Japan b'e-    ,'.
.gaiij|iniincdlatcly'r a shipbuilding pro-7,
gramme by ..which she is to havcv be-' ',
foio    April,     1904, four ' first-class    x
bnttleslups of 15,240 tons each,  six.,
fnst-clnss armored cruisers of 9,200''
tons each,     tluce second-class ci ul8-*;''/s
pis of 'I,SjO_tonseeach,,,two'" thir'd-j, ,-
class   .ciuiceis   'of ,'<,2(J0 tons each," '   ,,
'one torpedo depot ship', eleven' "'torpedo,  'boat destroycis, ancl   'eighty-      "
nineboipedo boats.   These are tci'bo/
in  addition  to  the vessels in servico'    ��
at tho time of the receipt of *;thc> in-A    ,
dernnity    'lhc contracts  wore Icl   to     f
tho      United   States, ,Great  Brltuin,    ���'
Geunanv^ and'FFance,' with' thc V rQ~
suit, that     a!ready"moio .Jiian   sohc-r
hali  the total number have, been do-'    ���
hveieel,  and"   the  icaiaining" vessels '
will bo easily," ,. '  '   . ''b'"  i    '
��� FINISJUCD WITHIK THE TIME.   ,       * ',     "^
To keep pace with 4he shipbuilding     , ZZ~"l"
a sufficient lncreasy-an the personnel ~    ;.
has%also been,instituted, and officers  '^    ,   ���*���'   /
anclb-nen^ are leady as the,shipsf/aro 'b.f J- 'Vb,
completed* * The enlisted men  are re- _"'* ' "I .
ciuited by voluntaiy enlistment/. by~b- '��./ -5^ W {
consci .ption or enrolment .from-, -"the -h '"^/"jb^-' V
fish'ingi" .fleets, and by tiansfers , of, -. J^u^'J'<?\ b
piivales infthe army to service with' r_ * ."./. *1"1J,
the", fleet ri-1he ofliccis aie educated' b* -^ ,'<^',,'**^:
nt ��� the 'Imperial 'Naval l College at[-^'V^i *'/ Sift
TokiOj ',-,'bhe Engineering College 1/at K.~ r *>��-iV <
YokasukaA - ��� or the-General NavaL - *.
fachools^at Sasscbo and ICurc""vIThe' '
system "Jell education is very similn'rV'' <.
to thafpursuod at thc United States ,_*���' v ^ J, ��"
Naval   Academy  at  Annapolis,    Md; ,
JIany of the" officers,are educated in
the academies   . of the United Slates _ ,,   ���
and Europe,.dJie Japanese being W- f'f i
mi tied by special legislative '"action     * '
to^ enter  the  vauous fcuoign     naval '     f        !
schools  foi   pin poses  of, study '   and
observation s
The  Japanese     handle  their   ships ,
well   and seem to  learn rapidlyMiow
to     profit ' c by tho good points     in        '%
foieign navies    Thev have no scruple '
as to theadoption of any plan oi  dc-   ,*>?,�����
vice the;/ may sec  better  than  that   '    4
now in  use     Unfoi tunntolv,  the general unhealthy    state of the financial    " -��� ,<
condition of tho empne does not al-L f>     r /
low large appiopnations ior coal  or           ,
for xargct piactico,     vvitn the resull^ -          ,   ^i
that in. thc rfctual1 manoeuv ting     ol        '             i
the ships and firing of the guns the   '   T _         ";
officers and crews have comparative-  ��� ���    *-*        ,,
ly little piacticc
, SHOE ON" THE OTHER FOOT -  -1  '       ���--    '  l
i -"A'
I Ii2 Saxon cmoni'-le,
mtntiops bun at all
���lowcvi'i*   -tcvei
lie is clairrtd
A maiiu'acturcr who'is said'to, bo
v*oi v dibagicoable with Ins employes
teils a good story- about himself,
which the PhilaJclpiiia "JTc-lcgraph Ve-
I.cats- ���- ,i, '
A Quaker .vho hael .uist airiVcd
fiom England tallcxl on him to ask
foi v/ork '     ,_     t
"XIavc you any recommendation?"
r.s'.cd the meicha'it
"No," lephcel tne nian, ' bi.tv I
I avc fuends who.will.givo mc ore ".
XIo pt.t his bundle on tl o Coii and
left In the course of an horn he
ictiunc-I.  took  up  h,s bin-.d'e,^   an'l
ollice witl'.ct
r d.aractcr''"
looking lound, I en out to heai tl.o
luycocl-- now, L s'pr s;'��" ai A It
winlo-l nl his hnoJ man
'Xo," lepltcd Lho ,-1 ity boat Ici,
"I've loon oul lying .i ki.ol m a
coi-ei oi wood "
Faiaiei Wilkuu, seowlol nl the
I.ii ed iu an and wantod bo know v hylic was nol gjclling to voi'- al niiln.-
nii'  Ll.ose cov.s
Kt(.nk is sometimes tcndti and
soinotinies lough, bul il i oinanied for
a waitei in tt, Wesilmn lest.nuant to
claim feu   il llio quality of pliability
A pati on of the icslntiroiiL had
been valiantly bolaboi ing ti piece
of btcnlc with Uic iinplements al his
comniiincl, bul neither knife nor foilc
had any nppaienL offecb on ib Ab
Insb ho cullcel bho waiter bo bis
"You'll have to take tins steak
back and bung mo another piece," ho
Tho wnilci  ovod tho steak nauow-
ly, and shook lus head
* "1 can't lake lhal bade," ho said,
"foi  you'vo belli it "
Mis Smtchcr ��� "I wish wc could
go south foi tho wintoi, John " Mi
Snitohcr ��� "Go south for'lhc winter? .Rubbish' Wo have l,w\c as
much winter light heie as they do
in the sou tii."
as a puncc by coanlties "-o fai apart  wps
as  Cornwall,  B.ttta'*,     Waits,   Cun.-boid
Ijoiland   and     the IowImuIs of Sco*_- I     -IJ.-Jn L    vcu e;ct vo
j bind    'Lhc      "loucs    of the    Round _askc 1 ���J-'o n.c.-chai.t
I'I able   oi the wi/.nel Me'Ii", and   oi j    WiUioi.t hailing a moment oi  raj ���
tho  Quest     of the JIolv   Gin.P    aiein.e*-    his     cjes-    the   nan. answcsol,
knov n      to  be  loraances     pi.ie ar.d
simple    It    'scms  vcv  ltkclv     thai
Atthm    Loo,    was a meie  legcndaiy
To      como aown      to  mote  lecentj
tunes,  no  one has evei   solved     lb-*
myslei v  of  s  the  disup* c.ua*iv"      cu (
Nana  Sahib    This      au<l   scou'irheli
was  the instigator     cu   the hoiublo|
mne-sario  of '   English      woutn  and!
clulchen      at      t'.iwnpoie    He     was
hotly put sued by the fblttsh troep-..
but'aftei   thc suppiesiion oi  thr*  Indian Mutiny ho e..*aped Into Nep'ul
'lheie il hi", been said that he   was
killed     hy a muti-icoi     But  r-Mlii'i-j
is known foi  eel tain about his     end,
and  less  than  ten ycais  ago  it was
stud  that,      at tne ago of over sev-
ont/,  he wii3 still  nine,  leadt/g     a
liounil-likc existence in  a  little 1ml 1-
villago far up on tho edges of llltlt*-
known Thibet.���London Answers
"Mi    llerireC'tic,    let mo nitioducc
you to the Count Do Dippec "
"Ah, cot 70 honor to meet a musician 1 hear, sar, zat vou nn'
your family p?sy /c music "
"Whv, I'don't know the fi.st thing
about music "
"V/hv, I hoar ect all aiound 7ab
3 on 'plays ��?pond lieldlc' to *. dui
"Nay. ir'stei. but 1 got lliinc
-Rcivember, ' said tl.o won..n wiio
tucs lr> nipke iicop'e hrtpp.-, ' tiint
���vji.'C.vheie tho sain is mum g "
Uf coui*o     it     is." an.wered 1 er
I.i'sb.M'd       And sonie*\l*ei e tlieio pic
tons upon  ton*, oi coal      1 lu   fnnt;
iis In t''-b     (di      this gei.ial  wi'imth
; right l.ete wheie it is needed "
'   'lie faiinlj  w.*s disci", .nir tlie hiifh
Ijut'es cif jnovi*loi|s  j^c'iftrlly.    when
t'-e binall  ley  buttc.l  Into   llio   con-
"Jam has gone up,   too,"  he     rc-
arked.    "".In  keeps   ll ca the   top
shelf now "
Ansl then it sudt'enly daw noil on
his joutliful ix-iecplie-ns that he bael
lnju'ied his c.\*-t by talkirg too much
Tie ;t.i   of the limectoi,'- caves   ot
Lur,. "   n Vng-.jiia,  is sa si to be so
reinc-V ablv   f.-cc   froipi     ceuns   and
| dust   fh.it     it     is    f.lnow equal  to
���mo'.nt.im a'r     ir. iui v^-jt^ on    con-
��� si.mr.i*c~, nrtl <���    'aw-'.���-h'��      has
'been built el T-irsv, v-i-ra".", ejt h ten-
'a-it of a ioore icceive^ IJio .v��.'ply ot
| thr s.'r d< pel iVwg -^t liwv^Si i,"     IK     "   ' ���������  1    P  '1}     ������  ec  99  OR,BLINDFOLD ON THE BRINK  - t-  OF PRECIPICES^-"^^  ' CIIAPTl'.ll  XIII.  '   Xn another minute Mr. Montgomery  was  descending   (hrt  dingy  si a I tense,  ���������".fusl the sani' ..'i i'f old," he muttered;    'Mmi'ii'   no,   nulls..-nol   In   be'  tiiovf.l, ''    Detituil      tiV-I.Wu.-d      l)ieb  sticking lo Hint, bit of Pi���������;vt ���������   not  ' Uutt  'it    is over likely lo he found  out.     They did  nol half  bcll/'vu     in  ,it.     But. tunning us they aie,    t.hey  'are done���������llicy    did  nol  susjoel mo,  .How     fiimiliiu*c   tit I*, old  i-iiniiiliiici'le  placo   looks  lo   mo,     iillhough    'Us  many a'year s'inco I suw il ItisL. lis  moldy  walks  suggest no   very  ngico-  r-blo joltospoeL."   - '     i  . While he was thus niuiloring Ids  thoughts, h������ left tho building und  pus-sod out of Lho coin I Into tho open  thoroughfare. Then ho opened ,Llic  I'ulH'i- tluit '" the lawyer hud given  him, and rend the address, The  words weio:'   "Madame Berne,     Ivy  Al (ho lust, sound of his voice the  iron routines ioliuxt'd' Into an expression of doubt, giiidunlly eli.ing-  mg iitlq ono of iisioiii'Jimoiit, us she  lived  her o,u'. upon  I he  s, oaker.  ���������'Tlwaid Moiiint," she snitl, "what  have vou to do with P. 11 us Ciii'r.li.n,  and how dtiiu you ������el fool wiLhln  my liotisu?"     ,  Hal dly ns silo,'!uwl bo upcak in n  tune of o.iliibsloi noss, llieio wu'( an  nii.'.lous, triiiihlMl, ling in'her voice,  and nu minimis look in her face ns  she n win ted his answer.  , "You lecognl/.e me,  tlieiii1"-    _'  "As If I could over fall to'ic'o'ig-  ni/tj you1" ,*-*!ie uiiswcio-.l,  billetly  "We have both had ample occasions to iuipiinb each other's pot-  ii'.ilts upon tun , memories "  0 Now IbuL Llie (to was broken, nil  his* iipf(u)ii**iicj*.s vniushCs.1 I'V'tirle's  and' bit ter as herscll, ho confronted  her,     For a moment, they stnod oyo-  ��������� Coil age,  Ivy lload,  lligbbury "  Had that paper infontiu'l  him't'litiL | In(, c.,lth      other,    like  two wiosllcrs  he wns, to die wllhin  Ihi.'hoiu,     il .   uiiotii  lo engage  in'a deadly   mrug-  . perusal could not litt-ve c.isl upon 111'- I Kr������. ��������� In her l.tco was a look of In-  fnee a moio( mntkod e.xpi-osbion ol , tl(,,^(, |���������n,(|iJngj in his, a loul: ol 1.1 ff-  elismtiy      I'Vii' ' u inoiiionb    he slood  f,|,,.|,  Jmtifil ' ,  rooted to Lbe- ijwt: nn'd wl.t/i, jostled |' ���������W|      , ;      - ,       ,.,     fc|-  '*l)y'it rough pii'MM'-by,  weul  buck  hi-.,,      ,;  f ,    ,'  to the coi.il to^ln.o ,���������   the willing, i^./'   * St,,,, yo���������,  t0  lmlllhct,     ()11  -and  n-eovci   fiom   Ihe  .shock. J ,���������.|-���������|f of Kilns (Jmilon,      the meull-  "Oi-enl     Jifiivciisj!"    he ejneiilttleil, linjj,  ���������f L|,|s t,(|vei'iI<oini'nl "  "I*. it possible?      -Whnl     can    Hub I    "V,|mi   |s  Silts  <.."ui*-lon   to'     vou,  mcaiiV     Who   i-4   Ilii.s.Slltis   Ctii'hlon,   t|���������,L ,y0u      s'liotild'   uon.e l.ol'u upon  then'-     Cun     thin woiiiuii be nh������  ^lei,  ���������M    ,.,'i���������t,.,iv     |  i,)in,u  io  lnul.-j  ���������must.    Tlie-'nttmcjs iiui'oiiimou,    nnd   Mllv������ coiiiinuiileaLloii  ' lo    vou.     Lei.  the siinie    luwyeib,      too.     I'.ub why   him cuitii) '    luini all  If lie whiles     lo I  has she left     the Willows'/     I   nntsL  |il(���������w  ,niiVthliig.     ThW Ih inv  Imiuv  falhom   Hits  mystery" llin,|   |   will  nut v\u\uru youi- pi-eienee |  .   lie stood musing silenlly for soni-'   '   on, with in omenlit illy increasing  passion, "Llstc-h, woiiiun, to ,tlio  inst words you in.ty over hear me  speak.I J have never Injured, , nor  souglil lo Injure you. Prom lho  moment yoi. Hi si ������ii\v mo, you haled  mo Ijee'tiusc I would nol cnul nnd  whine, und Lociuimj I puised a few  boyish jcsls upon 'Citlvln and bis  docli'ities', you vowed my dt"-l i uction,  you lui'iied my laLher's Jie.it b tigaiu->l  ine, t.ntl lor u few, youthful o.".co,sse(;  (hal'I lino would have cured you had  mo expelled Ifoiu my boine, Liii-ned  iwl'rln upon the woild, Lo ben, s-lonl  or iiiui'iloi' 'Phut acL fell buck upon youi self in a it-ruble ibli tbtit ion:  bul while its coii'iji|tientos glaiiee-,1 oil  your mod licait, r.n.l loll no lui.liig  wound, ihoy huudeil mo over body  uit'i soul Lo Siibiin hiiitsolf! ,Whei),  hiimclo-.'i tend H.ii-\ Ing, I lm. Q wrll-  t on Lu my fut her fur money to buy  Litem!, the Idlers weie lotiunol iiu-  op.-i.-o'.l ���������Pnol by Jus Imiiilb, but. by  yours; and even on his do.ilb-bod  ymi inibiLLi ted his heart with enmity nguinsl but only chiM! For  Hie snke of one dour niemoi y I lu.vo  bomu all (.his, But tlieie1 is a linilL  lo till hunitui i ndiu mice, iniib l.liitt  I inn L l'i pabsiid with mo. lb ' 'Cms  you, have one being still ni \..i)m  yon tuko sumo intciicsL���������lluil . you  iii'o one vu! tie) aide j.ilnl, end  through LLliiil I'll slule-'you! Tl.o.o  is no lovengo. however flinJlsli, Imtt  1 will pause al I,will novel' pros',  youi- Iln osJiold again, bub my shadow s'mll bo upon yuu to the lit'I  l.oiii' of your life1',' ,   v  lAs ho 'jpol'P, he (bow ciow lo her,'  foaiiiii.g with p.i'-slon,, nn I wildly  f-psliculntlng, ns Uiough be would  Miiko her. Bill noL ono oLop, did  sl|orii-.ove, 'bul looked li lm full' and  Idi.lcssly in lbe fn<e, Llioi'gh Inr.ov.-ti  grew n" shade pulii. rl'he solemn'  i.oi'viiiiL, ' nl bi ucii d by , tlio noise,  slci.ivl It-iioi-siucl.cii in llie eloorwiiy,  Ai, ho hjioko the last words, ho pesh-  '���������c '   .-<���������  il  moinenls,  tind     gi*arfunl|y nu  expres-  'Sion ,of  dark*     d"tui'ininiLlioti  *-eLlled  down upon his ftice.  .  ,      "I'll   do' II,"     he  iiutlLMod      "I'll  , fnoe her cne-e moiy, itltl.ough'l would  ns soon face a tlgro'*, in'hot  den." '  ''    He bntLoned    his    t-out ik'io.'h his  , Urea* L      with     ii jeik,     diew  on  bis  gloves nnd walked tnphlly iu  the di-  1 rt'C'tlcn   of llolbnrn, ,w ilii  llicnii*   of  a man thoroughly rcsulvcl     Mo was,  ' Iiowover,   very   ticivous     'lie  sle| pod  > into,a   nublic hoti.*-,',   nud   dirnik     a  , glass of  brniidv'     Then  ho'luiiled    a.  lXighburv , ominhiis',     uioiinled   Lo  ,u  ,'bb\-SP!il, "  and     lighting     Ins   pipe, ,  .smoked  and  ine-ditnlctl  unlil   ho    at-j  ,,!_rived al the Cock Tuveiii     'There he I  .jrStrt'iigLhened   his-  netves  with   iinotli- j.  ., ei; glass of bttntidv mid iikjiiiicrl     foi j  Ivy, liuiid -   It     wns    about   monlv  i '��������� iiiinute.r  walk iron'i  theic,  in Llie  di-  i-et'tiiui cu   llighg.ilc  Ivy  Cottage  was  a small,    gloomy  ���������looking     house,   rtovei-ed     wnh   ihe  claik leaves oi'the plant fiom which  .    it look  its name; n  shriveled     holly  -   live,  and  a   latge,   unlriiiinied   . lime  ." tluew ,t yob dot'pei- shade)w upon  l,he  b building.     It   was a len.nant of   by-  gonn days, 4>, w lien     Highbury  was   a  "���������,country  place,  and  it  lool o.l  111 c i a  ^ juemily-diessed,  old-fashioned  vv onion  ni  ti  gay  ciow (I, i annc|s|   the  glming  I stiicco^atid  while  painlof   I lip    new-  villas that weic'dollud  on each  ^.,le  '"  ,l"     ' - .   . V  <."Su/i|w������o   I   insivt,  upon  iviiiiiiuhig  until  -.on  niiswc-i'  my citit'vlioi.i-.,'"  "I slitill have you e.xpullcl bv"u  con.'table, and hwoi n over io ' Keep  llio |ieai d Lown rd me "   <-.       , ^  II, w'otild^st'ni cely bo ct-tv.lil.able.lo  my fiibhoi',' otilc.ihL us L a'.n. lo 'lutv-'  lus. naiiio'cbrancloil In it police^ uiuu I,  even Lu, ,*'e.'uio your sifeLy," ,  Ho sipoi'e, in',, voice of cold Itony,  in.il thi" bloo I was singing in his  ems,  unci seething in his'vcins with  P.ISAIIOII. ' '' '  "What httvo Ll'.u dead to do'with  LL'u petty viiuiLie*v'of oarLhly name  an I   fnino''"  *he iis'.eti,  sieinlv ,  "'lho dc'ii'd1" ho wlnspoic-il; thc hoi  bio. J cl'anwd Ko tirstioain of.'ice,  and re; Iicl back upon his lien it, and  he staled  at I.or,  pale und  aghast''  '"Ihe dead'" s-ho teiLet tiled,  m  lho'  isutne" lone      She  looked  steadily    in  hiH  lace, ,, as     Ihot'i'li  doubling     lho  trulli of his .Sstoiiisl.iiiciil.     It     was,  too  lei it bly, i bi I  lo bo doubled even,' ,,���������.,, ,    - ,,,,,,���������������������������  bv he,   '  But it could not oxc.Lo ono!1,U' tl,e !'"lU,] c,*b(,r hu,,B������1'  ol her tt'ii.le, nnd rushed out ol tho  hoi so, villi Mii'daiiie k'o ne'.v vol o  ilnglna In lilt ems, 'Miewmii 'what  you do, le.L the vung-e.iut'u full upon  i.vuiir own head I" '   ,  I oi'i uliine, /lit i- nerve gave way,  mill she sail I. back'ticnililmg, almost  f,ttlij'ling, ii) on tho sola,  " An liciiir afterward sho was on her  wtty lo Cray's Inn When she Drilled the ofllco was elusotl. IsiulVj  on ' Mondliv jiioi-n|iig ,s!->o'"si)ughl U  t'giiln. Hut the lime lof^l was, un-  foi'liiiuilely, fatal. - .  -   -  ('Po lib Conblnuod). '<-  -"'.%'        '   ',  ���������  .'-*  .'.������������������T"3 " '  BABY'S FIRST WORD.  A  Child"s Efforts* to    JYTako  Itself  Undprsboocl.      ;  "     ' ," ���������      '       '  **  Tho most  littoi e.'ting  period   iu     a  child'i life is tlinl in which it makes  iln liisb clioits iiL underslan-ding, and  Iti'iiiH   i.li.loi * toe tl       A   child  piorluces  isounds only'fon the, Iu-*,L few mo'nbhs  1/uL lib esc .sounds mo Very cxpi-i'SfiMC,  ! if, one us) an, atUnlivc,ait'l synq a-*  theiic he.uei, ,.muI iuisd, fiom lbe  many'(changing feelings of ,suli'eung  or, plcasuic The sticam oi a<"clnlJ'  in'pai'i is allogelil.oi dii.Vnont fiom  llie ie.it  of angei, ancl both ate ,un-  the  A liL-  llo later tlio ���������small being logins to  piacLiio-on the votnl oigtins u. ic-  Jietitsal  oi  Lho ������������������ouiidsi which  in, tunc  touch of pity in hoi  'tony heat L, for  she added.-in a yotec of biLLei   iionv-.  "A   (en ihlc commentary   upon   voin ,  ine, .l.dwiud    Mo. tint       Vom  'lalher ]������:''" "������;ioi.io \'������W<W-       ������ '  has* b(e.. cloasl t'liice month'., mid jg-.ii I J������ .*-l'"������ ^ V ^, '������ ,V, ?,*, ?n ,?s  i��������� ������������������i   i ,>������������������. ,i "'" . '     .sounds*! onie Iir-������t��������� unrli'inoclillc-itions  "b Til o'iu) l-.ub,sed no ���������,������'o���������;������ *������ ""/������������ -U'nuouMy '.Ltung  ni him now I ./was too litierlv |uo������- ^^'T': ,of,pn m ,T \ l)t 'J, 1', ?/  Li.ttt'l bv the blow to heed he. ' in- <-^-- clu" l,I,,w,enVy J ' ,^ ,h .:  Milti      lb- had sunk inlo ... chair (u,i.i \^"^ "' amtis*einenl ... making theie  *'' ' ii ri  rillns that woioulotled  on each  ,,,e   -- n.      ��������� ., k   ^ a sn  ,c    .������ >  ?"m^   .fontgomoiy  puUed  u��������� ,   '������������,. t [^    *o������ "^f"   -or  and .over  -o - " loros h;������;, ;������J  as  ho/xiw   "Ivy   Cottage"   ms.ubed   ^K"     huwlenlv hemsked, in.ti low, ^ Y^ q{ adlIllraU0|li  ^ld U)ero  ���������3  uj*on - Hie .gate-post of tins ������I*aIihv  looking*���������"dwelling. '      He     te'L moic  .nervbus-than over'    lie drew  mil his  .. handkc'i chief, ,  loolC oil  his hal     and  wii'sid , bis- fate. f..'gi'ied wiih his  "coat, and fitiallv gtanccru alioul foi  * a public house, whetcat Lo inotaie bueven alone  .-another - sit eiigllic'iet- Sliai.go to L\i"'*,lv ''  bay Uicre was not one m s.g'it Evt"i  , it glasfe cif watei would have l'C.'ii a  i boon   to  Inm  at Unit moment,     foi  .iiiiiiii'-, tone  ' Ijtel he as'c 'for, me? l>id ll-i wish  lo ���������������������������ee n e.l oli)ie"h6.d.cid?"        , r  "lie had bi oken with nil o.i*ibu.Iy  ties months li^foic ho elil'd: *���������' Ins  ilioi'ghls and wuids were given      lo  tly   t''e  v\,u\   watlel   ior  (iue-1  .inswei,  and when  it came  coveted hi. face with hts hand*,  'sol.bcd unlil  the teats* chopped  b.V a I  will be plain elTorts to ici.ew special  sen.nil cruets as he giows olf'cr'  Tho fust m-.culale sound made bv  baby is im tally .Ihe" syllable "ina,"  as eveiyone'knows. and tho'resiilL is  thai al'i.-.o.L' in- evei-v lurgu.igo this  s-yU'.iblo Is puit of,tho wotd     mean-.  15  YOU THIO COOIC,    '  iiiiintcks���������Take l'\ ctipii line cooked  oatmeal, I] cups Indian pineal, !2-!I  cup sugnr, I tcispoon soda,' 'H teti-  spoops cretini ol'lai'tiu-,' 1 egg, thoroughly boiilen, 1 teiispiioh shortening, Add Just a little sweet, milk, a  plnth or sail and Kb' all ingot her.  Dako in gem dm. in hot  oven,  'Oi'lddle I'ttlis-'Onc ql new warin  milk, ' 1 teacup sweet yeast, or 'a  yiasi cake, i lenf.pncin hull, !��������� beul-  en eggs, I) cups (lour henlen In a  but lei. Wei lo use over night, add'  Ing bnlloi hub sUo of nu ci.g tho  l-.sl thing If one has (-renin,, make  lho quart1 of, mill, a cup short, -and  nil up wiih sweet e-tomn using hall  us much bultcr Some put the bullet' in' ne\l morning ultci " sponge  has rison Have overyLhlng warm,  (lour and nl,!, Have gem lins. ^vei'y  hot and sel'on'stovo while dropping  in pulia, a ini.xiug spuoiifiil Ic) a  pull, Hake In -hoi oven for bienk-  Itist. .Tlioy may bo cooked'on well-  gieased griddle, like li'iLLers, but  ai'e moic work, -and served' with  i.ymp.       ��������� ," '        K,    < , t  ' Simple, .Soup���������(I'd a bone of. beef  from lho' niiii-l.fl, and boll il'slowly  tilbthe inoi'tiiug. About an hour .bo-  *foro dinni'i chop aboul' J pi cab-  bligo and 1 or 2 potatoes, onions II  liked, add ilj lul-lt'spoons rlce.r *an(l  senroiv wiih salt tind pepper. To  make lbe Ihiclcpnlng lor the soup,  lake 1 egg, hronk inlousonio ' dry  flour,'stir until 11 can ho rolled, veiy  lbin, keeping' plenty or dour > .about  ll' to keep il Ironi sticking'together  'Ilun loll us you would roll Jolly  ci\\ie, rnid-wllhji ,uliinp kntle cut in  veiy thin slice's. These are, to be  dropped Jnlo the soup If) or MO  iiiIiiiiIom boioio taking li-oin Lho stove.  One egg pieparecl in thls< way, will  'iiinl.c thickening enough I'oV I ( gal,  of soup, "      '      ,,      .'  llro'wii llt'cad 'Koll Willi' Cieatn,���������  One/cup ol silted rye "meal, one cup  fine gi'iintiliiled wheat oi; line grahuni  (loin , > oiK'-liiilf cup granulated rroru-  ineal, one-half, cup'Hour, 'ono Leu-  fpoon" of sail, two level'teaspoon'-, of  baking powder, one-hall teaspoon of  soda, one-ball cup molnsscs, and one  pi lit, (-wool "nillk Mi.x tho rye,  giaham/ cornmenl, flour, .salt,faking powder, und soda thoi oughly together, then add tlio molasses-'and  the milk ' Crease four smnll'.lhiking,  powder, cans' one-half pound si/e.^  (ill (hem about hall lul wall Ihe'  battel ,, envoi thein and steam' (wo  bonis. Cub'into> slices'OiK'-thnd of  an, inch-thick, nud . set ve 'with thickened .null, oi cie.ini  tablespoon oi flour  tablespoon or hot bul lei, mM one  cup ol hot milk 'and a lilllo saU'  Slinm beloie serving "f >t is nol_  smooth .' >'       ' js  To   Cook      Wild-IHtck���������Pick,-smgo  and 'draw. .Wash     in  sevei al  watei s  give examples how lo do It and  how nol.'A liltle boy nnd "Ills  UKilhcr wore visiting its, Our meat  was (odflsh In cream, ,, which he u-  fiist'd. 'His mot her snhl he did not  like white sauce or gravy, but, dial  wiih nonsense and ho .should learn  (hen and there, or go without his  dinner, My 'mother, a woman of  gioat litcl, shook her bend 'it wicli u  positive detlarallon, Jlul ilium ,was  a scene,, the boy , ci led. I ii the  liihlc, lor n while, ami fbiully ' hud  hi" dluuei' wlthoiiL (-..Kllitih , In cromu.  Thufiu |uu t'nls ol*l( n succeed best who  souiewhiil like "Ih(i'i- Itnhbil," "lie  low ii iicl say milllii !", A boy, who  worked lor mc did'not eat vegetable")  I'asked wild her I hey disagreed with  him. '/No," be said, "I don't, like  Ihe looks mid tuhle oi Ihu1 mushy  lliiugii," I iL'plled thai an ho hud  his own,! .way lo make, ho,might  sonieliiiit'-. board' \\ llh laiulllor. who  would out pi'incipitlly vegetables and  he gi) hiiugiy, and I' prcsinued he  wns willing,, 'lo give everything .In  this woild a fnir trial \l\\<\ I ridiculed or'commanded, he would liuve  stud In bis heart, "I will nut, bo,  bossed by a woman, and n lilllo  one, ul lluil." I Hindu n'show of  caution,'.suggested ho begin will) u  leiispooiilul every , 11 mo u vegetable  was served, gi'.idiuilly met easing the  qiituiLlly he ale ; Iheii, thawing |us'-  sell" up lo all my indies, teinal-ked  thai il had great loiee,of chniiitter  mid (ould leach jiiy-.i*li to, do anything' in no lime, but didn't e.xpecb  other people could be so strong, Ol  course lho boy s.tld In his heart, "I  will not be oiildonu ,b.v u woman,  and n llllle one ill" thai,"' When I  (bought he wits equal 'only to a leu-  spofuuiil, he was ready for,a Inblo-  '.ponniul. mid when I consented tl to  (he lul lei, he was leudy lor moic,  being now a Inii- calor, of vegeli'iblt'-  and In l)olloi"hi.ulUi.       ' '  .   c    , >  ,   ,   .-HOW TO TKI'.AT f'M-TIOS.  '  I ' ' s  'I'o ii-jHt whotlipr a cuke Is baked  presn it willi"iho linger, and II no Impression  I.s left   II   Is done. '  If a cuke I.s mixed too hIIIT or llie  ownrloo hot lb will'Mpllt ui'i-ohs ,thc  top. 'An e.x'perieiici'd cook will know  I hub If Ihu split is '.li'tilglit and dry  Ihe cuke was inlxyil loo diy, bub Ii  I heie lire, cut ves lii-llir' split the (iven  wns',100 hot.    ,   > <��������� 1  ' Let a cake cool4 before frosting.  ,   '     , 111011. HLIOSSINiC.  'Pheie is' til\vuysJu iios.slbiltly lluil  Ihe por.-i-iti whom' we icgriid as n  piopi'r obl.'Cl lor svinpalby may  look upon'himself in mioihln* light  Tlnu "Inloie.sLing mid inslriiclivi; si'ii-  puso often nwails Ihe/vell-meiuiing  Lcnrci   ol condolt'nte  When Mis Ifa.sl nigs li-ninCscI Ih'uL  her old friend,'Mrs Wnuoti, had b'd-  com'o ."stun d'jcf,'V������*he' wont,' Willi a  long lace, lo vsoe.lier "   r  ,q'll liiuist rl;o tin awful cross,' La-  viny," s-ho wioLe, on Lhc slate,winch  Mfs' Wt'.trt'ii. pies-entcd i' to bet us'  toon as "--lie was coated '     "    "  ���������''Tain'L, oilhei1" 'snapped Uio  nfliitied one, who,'(hough dear, was  by' no means ,dumb 'To I I.s that  li.ivc ;?oL anv Ihuig lo snv can' wtile  il on thai slate And Homy.. W'ai-  mid v'vipediy ,-Paie several ��������� small | |t.���������, 'tltal-'s hud ,lo puf a cutb on his  cauols, place inside Lhc duck, and | tcngiie foi ujnwids o' llurly vems'  pa't boil' for one hour Oi lT P'e- on accouuL of the high lumper, Jio"  leu eel. use a slite o'r two'of lemon took from'his mijMier's fo'll-s,-'!*. now  to, lake iivvay lho tank Ilavoi, f-Sin-' able lo sny-miytbing he-likes aiid no  ���������tend -of Lhc cat rots Allow , Lho feeling's hint 1 > count my deafness  licptor to simmer niiLil only a pinl,(, real blessing Howb-;your ihci.ni-  oi.vso   tomau'is" in   llie  kclLlu     'Then* abism'-"'  THE FER-DE-LANCE.'  Illx Terrible Ullc Oftvn Cnuni-n Dentil  lit a Few Monioiiln.    ,,        ���������  The tenlble foi'-dc-lnneo will btrlke  iignlii and again nud is llio cause of  great mortality where he exlcls, eaus-  ing dentil often in a few moments, Over  lho whole earth there Is none lo compare with lihn except tlio iiotfu-louH cobra of India. ' Although not a water  fiiinko, ho Is foiitl of tho river and lint  hinds in Its vicinity, seldom'being mot  with in tho blllH. Thin (lenlssr-n of tho  loedy swainp and sedgy river bunks Is  found over tho whole north of lho South  American continent ns well us In tho  Islands of Trinidad, SI. Lucia and Mar-'  Unique-. Ho Is truly the evil genius of  tho two latter, whore dciilh.s'fiuiii his  blto foi in a high percentage every yenr.  In Miullnlquo ospee'liilly lb Is nccessn-  lyol'louliinoa In soiucOIhIiIcIh to burn  the oornlloldu' so as lo deslioy. those  sniikei bul'oro tho negroes dare enter to  cut tho canes, On one ef-Lile Ihirty-scv-'  on for-de-Jancea were killed on a piece  of groiinibcoiitultiliig eleven acres.  Of 'a dull yellowish or clay tinted  ground color, he Is ringed, with Iriegu-  kii-, bliieklsh bniidn, inn rowing lowaid  lho buck and broadening downward.  This iiri'iingemont of coloring intikcH  him e:;lieinply"''dlllle'ult loi discern on  lho 'lint alluvial* lands where the sun .  bilked^ I'lay.-'uiisod willi', tho 'blackened  color of bllcks leittcu and wulor sonked,"  iniikos a carpel of a color with Ills coat,  lie is from llvo to seven I'cot In length,,  ns thick da a in.in'B wrlbl, wlth'a Hat  Irliinguliir head. .   , ���������  TWILIGHT IN  IRfUAND.  'Cook' one level  ��������� in  ono     level  "An   O'lslbliwo.ticlsji*.   '.   i,1'  A common Iecclbiii.ike.s ii' good' barometer, fill n tuiiibloi'.liiilf'l'ull with  wnlor, pul the leech Into 11 and tlo a  piece oL'.niuslln'ovor Ihe'lop lo keep  the, leech fioin getting oul.( All you  have'to do to Iind out what .sort "of  weather we are going to lin-.e 'Is lo  watch tlio little animal. '.      ���������  l-'or exiiiuplo, \vlmn tlio.duylH to he|  Hue ,111c lopt-li will remain nl the bottom'of tlio glass, cullciMip In spiral  shape mid quite. inollonlesR. If rain  iniiy bo cxpceled,' IL will creep to the  top of the gliibs and sl.iy Hipio until It  elcni-solT., j   ,",.,."  -������     " ���������  L   ''   ' .'  If lhc leech tvvlsts Itself niuLlM very  restless,'iXliore is going to bobi windstorm. If It keeps out of tho wulor for  several day... look out*for iwlhundor-  stoi-in.,      * ,  ' t J   '< i- -,'" "." t  Tho 'indle'iitiouo'for, frosty',, weal lier,  aie the'samo as for line and for snovy  the same as for rain. IiiJfuct, ii leech Is  almost as good a forecaster n.s the  weather man himself.   ���������/    - .���������''  lJu(iiig  "inolhei,"     as madie ui ll.llian.  antl jiniitcr  in  Latin      A  baby- will  e-:e:t  be-ih-H Laigs ,to  the utieir'nsl extent" in  .order to obtain Ins cnl w! e,i in earn-  add a generous liuiij) of butter, sail  and pop per.' lo suit .'taste Have  loady X (it bicad1 cri.mbs, into which  Pas',been biokon ,1 tablespoon (by  safe leaves ���������Over,,* this pom lbe  liquor in which the" fowl, wns boded,  lOtntivng a small*i|unutlly for basl-  inv- Acid 2 eggs v.oll beiilen, "and '2  r.tnons chopped, fine -Place, the cluck  in the' center of the baking pan and  pout- the dressing, thus made around  >il    liake  in  a moderate  oven,  bast-��������� ]m  r0cl, ,k mal (s������bi  desperate,   gia**3  ing fifcjuently.' and  tmniiig  the e'uc.Cj fo[   (),c mi^sUuui| ntn\ |,linl;ks il half-  on one ".ide ������������������������������������   ,,,���������������.������.     n,,, i.i.i,i<...  claws     after  his mouth-was patched  wtih ovclU^.'-^ necd  ���������,   allention.  ,  The   paitinjr  At last ho made L.-e pbn.ge. opened 's'-tue,   Ihe  women  loo! ed  clown  ...���������������1  < he Ups and oreamg of the mouth  the-garden gate, walked up the petit'."  '"in without   a phatlov.-  of     synv  WHAT-A  WAN"  DO MS  ,      r* I   ' ��������� , . ' ,  ���������A man may' bo cool,.is an tt-iclc  undoi* oxltaordiuaiy ciitunisliinces of  dniigci oi .excitement,', he mav pie-  servo an ovcn'mind'w hen a-ghost  comes, liitoMus room ut midnight, he  may "assume comniiiiicPand'ncl nobly  and'well when' lbe &hip'is viiiking;  but let, that man," lel'.iny u'la-i, up-  "cl   liis.inksKiud,   ancf he  springs 'lo  IpaLliv     in     Her u-cid  fate      Aii.c.-*a  (.'minules  pauso   sho mu1,  "It is use-  Maciame ,'(''s bo prolong  th.s tcene      You can  'Peine  was al home,   but she' YtriKI i"������������������"  '-'" *-lult ,l"  tus *"������ b,olc������   u'-  >iot������'X!e  sliangers      Wouki  I.o     send [*-**' <-'n us      1,1 rust I r.hall nevtr loo^  unci iang- tho house-hell  "���������   fli*j siiminons was answeied  by  .solemn-looking     seivanl  to  its widest natuially produce   the-  .'mind   "ma." "and,  cs  his ilajrslv's  da-ircs-  aie usually .ittcndel   lo     bv j  Ok motlwi, the sv liable comes to l*e ,  uii'ler-.tco'"!  i.s  lor appellation  How mnn>  .'.cons h.-.vu p."-sck1  not 'x;o  stiangers       nouui  l.o     senrt i**"'*-���������' "-���������      ���������!'���������-������������������-���������  -������������������ ..���������-������������������...-*-���������- , .  in hi'jbusine,^   - upon jour .ace again      As icr   5ll.is;!ir"V^      h ,     '4 e cm ''c  Ho  desired     Co   say   (hat  he    erne! <-a, ston    i.   he  v .M-cs   to  know  any-   t������n  ������nor        bi       ���������ce cm    c  iromlffessis  Pogle ^ Quic'.. of CtayV   u-ing   1  .ep.-at, -.e i,u,t ccme to ���������������   ������^ ,^ in p4n^ la^ojc  lun, andahat lus biioint-s iclaicd I >|bimsc'i ""'^   " ' "  '-.ncc  none  iiltle  vei y I  a  cei tain ,ad\ei liscmt-nl  which  appeared n. the morning  papeis  woman ihul Lhc dooi  !ii,his fate  at J  left    hi in    t'tandi-ig ujion (.he '   steps  while she delivered  his message   *  bad |     A^' *'. v ll0 ,s" *-'*''' b.'i_-l*oi n scamp. .    The  itbw houi -on 'e^m to  lake so much i ,    inloiesL       -I    take      no    iniciosl     in j 2EIZ^S .OP  THE BKITISH BAH.  huu       I  simpiy dcs-i.c  to do a d--.ty j       ,      '    which   I   have V'cdgud ni.vs-clt lo ret'-,Ei<-h Salaries and Xarge Fortunes  ( Aie tbe Poile.  tt),*.ij ' t  I   llui-'i t    Ihci-ord IlLth  Chn'-e-lspr ofOie^t  tefjiitl id JPuUifn  iv second  cnl-.' in rs-iMlton to  j tbe Airhiisho-i of Onn'-erhi'i v, at^'l he'  is  he   sent   to    s'jel) l(t*,;ovs ..n l'ici.mc* nt  Li'i,f)0O a ,S'ir.  'labeuwc'e   lIou,e-"     he ;'[ he Lei-I  C 'ntf  .Ju*t,c.. of     Lugland t ���������������������������,.���������...,.,     ..,���������_,.  >or   h.-s a ftxLuv of   CS.000 ������ vcvr    'Ihe '     :"ut, lP,S  bibau'sser  of tl'.- rolls has a "ala.y     e>! tlm'kL"  l.  when  .. nicely bi owned  Serve with fi uit.jcllv.  Hatoc'd Doughnu'ts���������Staid c>ne pint  of new milk. ancl when il is lukc-  waim, add one level tcv.sp(.c*.ii ol  tall and thiee cakes 'oi*compiessed  yensr Cover and let the sponge  !i������*e in a warm place unlil very  light    Then add one heaped-tup     of  col.ee crushed sugar nnd one-hall cup nloni i-0 knocked vthc inkstand clear  oft butter which have been cieamecl ou L|1(, table, and,'it has been ihain-  to^ethcr, also add two well beuten lnfi ,cs lifc'tnk away all that lime  ec;gs one-half of a nutmeg grated, ' ln" tl���������* toi-ici of the only light I-iguie  ancl enough bread dour lo make a'in the p.ibbcin iu Hie cm pet Thf-i  dougl. that you can mold' w ilhoub'.],c vvondots v hv a man alw ays in ike*>  addmg moifrIloiii,ibul becaiffi.l ancl a ,-0ol pi himself when he utis-ets a  not get it too slilT Knead the ijollio oi mle He doesn't know  rlon-h" one-half on li w.u ni bom d 'whv Nobody knows vv hy llul ev-  ihon roll it "���������������������������- oiu'-h.ilf mtli thick. Ciy. I m e "X is so ll "on don L be-  cut with a small bi.ut.L cutlei .*. and lievc it. try il  plate  them  on  the  wimti board   hall | .   iittv acioss the tabic, claws  papeis, and .swoops ll.em tlnoiigh  the 'able puddle to Save I hem,-tears  his white *ilk ban lkmduct from his  I oekcl and mops up lho ink wiih it,  and m'Loi he has smeaied the table,  nis hands., a.*d his Ltoi'tjis with ink,  >s i.ii* 'as* it could bi������ made to go,  cli'-covcis  Lliat, ' early  in   tie er.gage-  .m'tnch apa't. and let them  i iao in a j   .".M.m     ihoiw-i;,   and'woman     tnbr-  watm   place     until      Lhey  mc     vei V j p0sw-������,"      iomu'kcd     Lho  Mvuig   man  lt"h-     Tlvn -):y   them   slowly        and , \. lu) gels quolal ions Lw isted    -Well,',  lhey  aie     hot i ell   thein   in   icpno.1   the   beautiful   blonde   on   th.'  while  Any pei son who stood  bosie o   him-fen m  miirht have hearel the thumping      off   Spue^o., the cvlut.  uiiniovfvi  liw  heart  agaiiibl   Ins-  stele       A-.i'iiu,o-     >'Ci     wotc's.     . u     i.i usu..  he  took  out  his Jiandkcichiu    bind   mounted to her utc  U-lpod  away     the  pctspttatioti     that   'be  pppi obuoi.s epuh  stood in  large beads upon  lus     lace. |    ' WJl*v    lllc"' , ,..,������������������,-������������������,      ,  ,i     -   i    . i     i   ,.,t ,.,,i i -.������������������������������>-      *"*j-   *-���������-              i*-.    -----   ,  yet thc morning was raw   ancl  told  j-i  plate  as  'labcutao-o  llou,e������        l-ej'lhc Lei-I Cut.  .Ju*-('- of     '-'^n-J t   owdePW,    sugar, If you  like      This joti-.cr end oi Ihe sofa,   "I m d.sK,se  A-.lct-  the lapse  of  abo'.l  a  miDUtc^nsindtd.   Willi     l-ts  old  s rer;      or !l*,,s ,i ral.nv oi   L.S.WO a  vtv.       ",0f   lnnkc:.  Line"      do/en     If you   do   not \ (,,,    t, v   mv    I'ai L if *omo man     will  lie ih or icopcncd.  .mil he was- iit.it-  H*e devil,  .st-bcli ed  tot   a moment   by ; m.-sr.er of tr-f rolls has a "alaiy    of (-        tr> ha..r; Ul01[l ag  , lch    ,lstJ only j do   hi*, "     Thu-'o muiubts   later     sihe  .i.m,,,     s... v-ni-t,  into   the     a'v.���������l     shoe',    ol    lis     father <- , ������.0,000 a yea I ,  and  the  lore's- of .ij/- ��������� ,ullf CIII,  0I   bo( tcr  and  omit .enif i had him l.iiulod u  ..U.-   peal   in ordm.uv    wye  the -.-an..-    "'������;^      ,K,.  ...'maiud/r of  Lhc  wotlb the I ,  1 is1 Lor. is  -Ji slit es  of the  Court   o,    Ap-'. !?!::,...��������� ,.,,���������������������������    -Ue caicful  that lhey j    Lady���������' Mai.v    has  .my one     caUe'l  arnbat anv lime | while 1 w.us oul''" Mary���������"\es,  me .lia fil" ' I-i'-sg w>s hci e " Lady  ���������"Mi    Higc,'      X     don't   icc.ill     the  i-h.ik"l  b.v   the   so'omn    seiv-ant  inlo  tl-    iionl     parlor,     there Jo  await "death, wa*- -ig-un u*  liiafiamu Heme's appeal .ince'      It was   "i him       ' fxt'l't in i  Ll n>.ig  inoraiice ot  liiafiamu Heme's appeal .nice       It was   "i mm .v.,-1 m iBi.i'*.i"'-������'     ..,    i,,,,, ,^  .,,-,....,.,.   ���������...   *-;"������������������---���������      ������.,im{. us abovn    -lie  a (-.loom*.   loom: the walls we.c   tov- .pa.cnU. -  put      t���������,    >������-Ci."l      ������oi.������'   pc.U     mvJ    t.U' .r udgc ��������� ���������!   lite     II.;    ,       ?' t loo  w:l  eic.il     wit),  a dingy,  c'.u k  pape..   the ' I'shaw '      Vou tan  lie  w.lh all     vonr.Couit -at*,.  L������.tljiO   t yeni   each'     he .        ''<* I  iii. ...ii,. o   was  old-fash.ont-cl   in   lorm. ,< -uH -      *h".-     "   '^  lo   hide  ���������   -riu-me | Mast.. ** of the High  Conn   .ire chov I ������'*'"   >r>jn^         and  mostly     of  oak      0"he  lice*     ,,,   tli-l   loucl.e*, >o.r". . en c tthM  irom ban. -lets .,...��������� on, so- ; ,.,....,���������.  front  threw   in  a   black  ��������� h.idov    aud!     'T.M one *-hjme l...s evei      lo 'e! t*d , lmtc-is.   lu t nil  the oumr .>(..< <* hold- ,       CHfLOKf-'-N   AI  -,i black   nuU'liblc shame  obi-cured   the   clavltcht        Mi*      \b>Pt-  nm oi   mine  gomery  *-eaied  liin,.-.elf with  hi.s  lack |��������� :u"I   lb.it  'Itinc   is  vo,.is-.i.  to  the-  window,  and  m thai   los.tiou   box's  liiith  is ..s mite* as -Vouis  I crs  11  w ,'ioni  i het   liovo coi.io f. om  illi*.dc*d     must  bar.   says      III.  .'inv  I    SI i.  s,*oko aln.ost  f-trci'lv  li.*.  fi-alutes   weie  Indistinct   to      ,  poison  coming  into the loom ^noulli itur.cruel  J"ive i.nnuKA pasxyl and thru the ' Tin - show of f ino.i'n v,  Pan-He of the door wns tttrpe.I acd . ufon hci vt'ito,. Al -i  t'lcio nppcaiecl upon the thi" hob!  an elclet ly woman, tall. 1 ly-bunr I,  .inn. while lips, a no*" liki ,i fai-  :ot's l.c.tk light iri ay eye s ,--, crf-tt  ns Mono She woie a fio t nf cl. i'.  tirown  hail,     dit--sen     'u  4111II   ��������� I'.il  we hav  ,'a<  Cct nl.ill Maga/.me  ui-d   1 oi       -[!*.>' Altcincv-CctH'ia!   makes   -.inch  Imeie itinrcv   r't.iri  anv of  the*"     '!'������-  s nol   bi't ' i1i,t:i.-1i..s       Hi-,    s.-lnt-v     is  only  t-7.-  rnr-- tai'-li:  j    .Mr.   TlNon v.nt"s on the dilhtultv  'of t-s-th-iig     children to eat. a    va-  rielv,     and   especially   thos.  i they dtsltl-c    .She     say-  pa ii-f-  ed  to  i\Iat v-  i me  'No,  tea  am,  he tull-  Hiings  Lei     mo  <���������-'She 'H-.S- LhiI ho is' .1 li'tin arLei  hci own Iiu.n L/' "1'ben 1 suppose ho  will got 11 "  he     hed  lO'itl.i a v.-e.tl   point   in  ll  li   1  <-n 111111-  or  thioft,h   wlinli ).'   oi.l'i   llu.i'l     1  K ''I  and  woi.ti'l  li. 1  '���������'I <  curls,  and  bound  tou-iJ  ���������h.  io' ���������  'he  ���������11(1  ���������l'l  '���������owed  '     ft DPI  V 1111 1 .1 . I  11 u.Vi'iil li;  h 11 -rli In r  11 v. .' ..1 1'  '1 .ng ns 1  1  the   W( 1  I  'ill   hi.1,   il  I.UI-     s  1 10  -  11 ���������*.(. ,w.  ���������1 1     'I It. tc  ��������� Ii..1 I  by a, b.'ird    of    o.tuov bl.nl   veiv.t  Sli-:  was  chess'itl  m   blpcl*.  'ill        itr.d  wine     a   keich.ei     ol      aliic   11111-.I111  cros*ed  upon   hui   bo'-un  Ml      M1111I e'omet -������    m-e  still   1 ut 1/.illy   Im' pH'g   h  tt e  light  hi olli'I I    lm*   tn'i ll.gei'i "  Silas  e,':ii sL'in '" si'.- s-iid,  fold   voire,   at. I   '������������������..ii'Iiiil-  il liu- the (loot v u  to si.cak but In* nnuilh  was too imi choc, and lus voice failed him, so lie pfibbelv moved a chair  a little towai.l hei, but she still te-  m.nnt-d sliiiiding on the same s'pol,  not tffogni^ing  ids rivil.ty.  "Mv   time     is   juei ions,"   sin*  said,,  yrt nioiu coldly.    "Will vou please lojduve out of the  Inv 11       His- rliiu,'!i-  slate your business'^  "Vein  b i">  <u" the l.ov  in  p. b.n-,1.  fil'" just  ",  ilc  lucd  'I  IO    VI..I     I  lull.      II.I (I     '���������   bi'I      iCI ' I  "IJ  vo.i (.e ' u,i'i'I  clii. w'(lp 01  ��������� li.uiic���������  I   1, [ t 1'       >t   o'  '.'..U' f ' And   I   K II  vou ,.,'i' ni'i do v.h.ii villi ('(iiv  ,1    "  '._!!.I  '������������������il.ill .  lip   m   II' I    I '.I  ���������  ,1 1   i,i 1. ,1*- loiial  wa������    < ill' i   ��������� ' 'I  v , s 1', . 1'ij.ig 111011 limbic in 'hal  ric.nl 1 - tec.' Ih.'ii in tb'- d< '��������� ���������''���������* '  li. rn   in.ibe m iU .V "i   ''ir f)|ipoiiciit  'I Ins 1111111 - H is He' ru 'I Mi  i'fitlci. ns l-f full' Inm*. If " li1' weni  01,.   ��������� I   iciiieiiibi-i    as   .1   uic.   <b '".' r 11  but hi  s to n  "it'll-O"  I " nt.  wc  li  Ii't',   I   .   W''ll       H1I1H-���������  i IV     IlllJCf   .llllOlIIlt        'Ih'' '  i.-.it        tins       CC.O'tO    a j  I.is .'.-.--.      Of i.'lirv   t) <��������� ,  I i'.il   .'ti I  ;.arli..meat'-;  li tv,> Ic*.  nn-I  'ilifi  tin  s<m  v( ttl  clou.  111.-    wl'tell   1 n ���������-"  ol!"'  'rleil.iki' .'��������� ini.st      .trdui'is    r r.uiriitg 1  an lion '���������  ri*tit'iliO!i .iii-'l a i.ni'd tl'U)  Kipnns  but   lil'l.*  11 lit*-  foi   r si    The j  punilc     pi .id it 1011. rs   in   s.,i!,e  c.i-,1*-  make  lalger  iiicoim' '-  thin  in  the ..U'fiil  |i-rsoiiM a I   the l.,u  "   no'   nidi 1 d   1 i.'iiv   win  I ligutc    bin   1 hi 1 ' innv I,<  Of   ( 'V.v        ll  llll 1"      w' f)   .,  ' t!,| ,       '||.    I(.n'< is   vvllu   an  liefore   lit.    piiblic    ui   oiil'ii.ti  do   ti-.l   oltcii   i- a''''   uiri.i    th  C", nd')     lo    t-d "'"'  ���������'   v.mi  loi 1 1 11 ,s   ue ft 1 ipt-iil Iv   in.'il  Vtig.iboud��������� a (otiip.iuton of ifiinc   Win   R|]f) s))( (,���������!,/,.    m    patent   discs,  who  will see be is n convci led --inner I  tell you this man is the v.lc-.t of  hvpoculcs, .1 iiadf-i upon cant,  whom to-moriow I will expose in  Iln   midsl  of his  congrc-riii ion,     nnd  "Stoitv ns ever," he said within  liitnself. "impervious Lo politeness or  blandishmiiiits. Tlie fight musL tonic,  tlie ���������soone 1   lho bettor."  "I ,1111 Silas Caislon's tcptescnta-  tive," ho s.ud, in ,-i voice (hat would  shako in spile of htm. "I called upon Messrs [ TVglo K. Quick 111 tho  matter of this 'tikei t&eincnl" ���������producing the nowfipapci���������"they lefeited  mc* to vou, u)iidnme. X now welt  ���������your poiwv*������6.<sat>'.oii,"  tci was 01110 foi two yeius da 11 voy-  aiil in a traveling incs.nei ism show,  nnd it the end of Hint time, when  scarcely fifteen. 1.111 off with it gf title-|  man, while Lo hot father's name -.till I  cling stories of Lhc vile imtiioi aliby.  What do you think now c,r Lhc guprd-  i.iti  of vein 1   precious  (hui-gi"  "Leave this house, and tieui dnik-  cn It with your litem sod ptc-cncc  again."  "Although vou shall never see mo  again, you shall feel mo'," be   went  uic engaged in intincf appeals and  com po..*-!! I ton woik. or who practices  their profcc'ion a' Hie p.11 Ibin.f nKiry  lwi.    \ii{ MfnioANM riiorrr.s.  'Ihe, following me Lhc prohls made  by Mi 1'icipoiil Men gun dining  11)02 in lillfincing the following  "coiiuiiiics" Kioiii the Sled C'oi-  poritLion, ?20,!Wr>.0(ifi, - ftcitn lho  Noil hem Scciiiitics. ������'1,500,000,  fiom Lite Slonnisliip CdinbiniiLion,  Si-, "500,000. fiom the ir.irvt'stei-s  Mctgor, S3,.")00.')00. fiom the Louisville and Nashville Kruli ond S7.000-  000, fiom tho Ileal I y (JomtMiiy, *'���������!,-  000,000���������a tubal of V11,������UO,000..  '" "A   Comedy  of  lilrrorn.'   !       .   -  When   IJaro'ii   IIiuis.sm,inii'"fwei)t   to*  CoiiE.lnntlnople'bn a visit to'Abdul Azl7,  ,v,*lio waaitlicn sultTin.'he Iind nii'Iiilei-j  view with tho grand vizier, wlio did hot.  know.a' woid of Kipncli.' At the begin-  nlngpC tho Interview tho old long Turkish  pipes woio  bi ought  in, niid'Uio'i  lliiroii .llatis**iuann   begun   ui.iklng".!!;  very long speech In French." The grand  vizier could not understand a woid, but  liHtencd niost attentively till he noticed  that his pipe had gone out and chipped  his huiidifcr a'servant to com'e nnebie-  hght It.   llaussniiiinij Ihinkli'ig ho wns  appl!iuding,"7rush������lito_wnrd  Iilni with  oulstretchccl li!ind7~l"londlrig to shake  hands and thank him. Tbe gi ni'd vizier,  seeing   his   hand,put   forth,, shook\lt-  Wiirmly and said "Goodby," under the  impression it-was Iliiiissmanirs Inloii-  lion to le.uo.'and ciuilteiUholoom!   , ,,  e. ���������  ���������   V" j\,/"  ^        ���������', 1 i *  "'     '''���������, TIiei"IOnr. ot DIoionIun.".  " .tf  A, cuiiiilugly conslrnctetl pilson env-  ern, consisting cf a lai-jje'clmuiber cou-'  neclod with'quo of sniallor dlnieiibioiis,*  situnled iiPiir'Syrncuse.,Italy, has gone  into legendary history ,with the ,tltle"'of  "the "Ear.of l)iouyblu_s."_,,Tlio smnllei-^  chamber^vvas unknown to the prisoners,  kept In this undeigicuiiel dungeon, and  tlio l)i..nt by whose name it-Is known  hud a habit of secictlng himself.there  to listen to the convci nation of the cou-  'vicls, who were mostly political offend-  cis. An ingenious device constructed at  the smallci end of the lnrgci thaiuber  tuiiismitted   (he "sounds   lluough'  the  partition, thus enabling the suspicious  iiilcr to hear even the vvliLptved conversations of his "suspects." '   , ,.  It  In   IMHi't-e-ii*   from   rji������l   hvita   In  Any Other Country,  Tho Interior of a tj-fllcal Irish cabin,  Is a sorry sight.' Tho llocv !v of Htono,  uneovwed except for n few rug mats.  Tlio furniture  Is of the poorest,  and  sometimes 11 is homemade; (ablt-fTim-  provlsed from,boxes, chairs fiom barrels, and lho beds more like slalls for ,  cattle, with their straw mattresses and,  btindlo ot rags for clothlr.-;.   A slovv,'  dull   lli'o  of, pent   gives  J   cheerless  wiiriiUh to the room.  W'lint fow, dishes  llieio are belonging to,tlio family are  arranged on tho mantelpiece. Strips of  bacon, dried cod and herbs hung from  tho colling.    '< -j 1  After a frugal meal I'aC vlll Kike his  evening promt-undo. It Is .between sup- '  per tlino and going to bcil I hid the lilsli  most enjoy themselves. Aibliish 'twilight Is-different from any, other;'indeed, It Is without a rival. \l Rooms an  If I hero tho sun'were, lout'1 to set, oast-  lug Its rays over tho-Bmci-aUl Islo many  'hours aflci' It, had .dlsiippeaicd-clse-  .wliorc. 'In Ihat delicious moment,'just  before It finds Its final losllng place for*,  the night, It Is most enchanting. Over  everything Is mi unspeakable spell of ,  ,peace and quiet, and a warm glow casta  Inlo'shadow unsightly objects nnd surrounds ' them will) a mystic halo-'oC  golden light. It radiates into the hearts  oC'Trclnnd's humblest liihabiliin'ls, nnd  they sally forth,'rich and iioot- alike,  mingling In a, throng of living, niovlng  Immunity.  '<���������,'���������        '       ' , ' ^  ,.  s  ^ t.     '  L lionilon Theiitcm of I.cinw Affo.  A vvrller In. London Truth says' that  'in the early part of tho eighteenth century lho London tli'dilera opened at (I  'o'clock! and as It wns,therefore dlfll-  cull for playgoers to aiTlvo-puncliiiilly  und obtain seiits many of thein sent  footmen or hired men n0111 < the streets ,  lo focuro places for (hem. Thoso sat In  th'i seals until Uiofo who had soul thorn   ,  ciiine, aiid'lliciciisloin provnlled  unlil  1700,-when  the system now In forco���������,  was adopted. '"A foolinim used to bo  Boiit 'early   to lake places  nnd  keep,  (bom by the simple but effectual plan,  of silling on'them'till his masters and  mistresses'' arrived. ,TSiich, 'a   practice^  ,would now'bc considered nil'Intolerable1  nuisance, but"people in those days were  much   loss  parllcnlnr,  und   appear /to  have, thought nothing of sitting for nn/  act or,two cheek "by Jowl with a flunky,or, worse1, with arvngnuonil picked  up In lho struct.'* An (illusion to tlio custom occurs In Fielding's "Miss Lucy In    ���������  Town,',' act4,l, .scene ii, nnd Popys In  his "Diary';roccuslonnIly mentions hnv-<  ing hired, a boy in tho streets to occupy "  a sent foi- h'lm.-     ..-, ;���������   - f *    A'  pi  SomelliiiiK to  Slioot.   ,  Tlie other day a solitary sportsman,  bis gun under his aim. was wandering  down a country l.inc-ln Invetupss-shli-o  when ho met a small boy nuking for  the school. _ "���������    * 1  "I say, my boy!" ho romaiked, "is  theic anything lo shoot down lioie?" .   ,  'I'ho boy looked around loi a moment  and then answered with eagerness  "Aye, there's a skulemalstor comlu'  owrethe bill!"���������Londou Answers" t  The Cli'.-iHo. ' '"���������   ���������  Tho children bud v ritton compositions on the shade. They wore rending  them aloud to the class. At lost tho time  came for liltle Willie to icid his. It  was as follow*,: "The ginilfe is a dumb  nnini.tl and cannot express" itself.by  any sound because its neck is so long  its voico gets tiled on its way lo its,  mouth." , 1  Utile Latitude.  "I suppose a 11111 n has to bo pretty  cnroful in order to hold Ins Job," said  tho talkative p.tstenger.  "Yes," assented the conductor sadly,  "ir I knock ti I are down, lho company  kicks, and if I knock a passenger down  he repoi Is" mo "t  Arlislic   Imiiro-.eiii-.Tit.  Hicks���������Th.it incline of - D'Auber's  that you bought at (lie exhibition looks  belter In your stud*   linn it did thoie  lOiilPllOW.  \\ leks��������� V:s.   1 h'i.e hung It ihe other  Tl.? hir'ui -i uian'ii t'.'.ni-aettr the  lc/i he n-.'il eoneoin il)-l!3e'ir iebout his  a-P'ilatiyn. --   -  ^    llsiiocrltc-i.  "I despise n hypocrite," says Hoggs.  "So do I," snys Oioggs. "Now, tnke  Knoggs, for example. He's tho biggest  hypocrite  ou   earth.    I   despise  that  lU-l!}."  "but you appear lo be his best friend."  "Oh, yes; 1 try to appear fiieudly toward him.   It pnys better in the end."  ."lffi funny I Tho foi let  said    ho  wns 11 gienl dorg for rabbils I"  i'Guesb ho mean I when tley wus  filed I"  Iinpedlmenti.  Swiggs���������Somehow X bine failed to  meet with any success in my undertakings.  Brlgc,-)���������That's easily accounted for.  Swiggs���������Well, whnf s the answei*?  Bi iggs���������Too many bars in your way.  Jniinn 'Once' Joined ,,to   Clilnn.'  " .Tnpai'i^consists of u'group of,i'fesloon;  Islands," forming a long curve.'-wlth its ',  concavity "lowurd  thej miilnlnnd,' mud  mnny of their pecullnritlcs nre'due.to  their upheav"al by/suh'tcrraiienn forces,  of-which they are still'one of the most ',  active, seats.   They .were undoubtedly  connected  with   China  und  with bho  hind to the 1101th of this n"t no vcry/io- 1  mote pcrlc-l,*'geologically speaking, and.  therefore, dike' Groat Biltain and Ire-  landfaro scientifically classified ns "ro- .  ccnt'continentnl 'Islands.;'.  Tho proofs  of this are twofold���������first, thoy.nio con-,  iiocted with Asla'by a-submai-Uic bank  less than a'hundred fathoms beneath  the surface, and "this Is believed-to be,  ns.ln all such cases,ji submergetVland ,'  tract; second, the niiTmnls of,.Tapii!i'nre  c'loscly hlmllart,td tl obo of'Chlnablho    '  oiily.plaiisible'explan.itlon of this botna'-'  that" formerly therex'wns a'lai)dreounuc- f,  tion. ������  , ��������� ���������- (-1 -������������������"    -���������>������������������ ���������     <������  ���������<���������--'   rr-zr���������  ,',��������� .    ;    .  1  *-    '    -duccr. Jmiaiic-ie CiiHtoni.. i',, , 1   ,. '  In some villages' In*'Japan .robbers nrp  tried and convicted by*bnllbt.������ .Wheii-  cvor a robbery i������reommltted the.ruler  of the'linmlet iummons the entire male ' ���������  population and.reniiests-.thom, to wiito    '  on a,slip of paper,!lie' nnnraof the por-   '*  boa 'they, suspect'ns having' committcil  the crime.   Tho'one iccoivlng the lar-  ' (  gest,luunbcr of'ballols Is dctlaied,duly   ,  ."elected"  nneKIs  accordIugly   lunged.    1  This sysloiii, like all olhcrs, h.islls peculiar'advantages.   It Insuies tlie punishment of &oinobody.for"cvciy robbery  co'uimiltod.bvhcrens under the system  In vogue In most civilized ojuntrics in  nine cases out of teii'no punishment Is  inflicted on anybody for the eiime.  Of  course lhey may not "elect" the guilty  person, but dispose of some other'character equally bad.   ���������   *   _. ,  Oil! ,VloI!i-������i. '  The old time viol was tho fust insti'u- '"  ment of Its kind and 1111 liMied tho plan .  Ior'tho,modern violin..which, iiowover,  Is 700 yoitis old.  It is said that Charles  II.   Introduced  it  Inlo  England.   One  of  the  finest, makers  of  violins  (was  Stiadivnilus or Cremona, vvl.ovei.ibtcd  In thc oiiily part of the eighteenth con- >.  lury.   Violins innele, bv him aie woith  thousands of doll.us itovvPnnd arc highly esteemed by.'coliietors nnd perfoim-  Cl'b, *    '    *'   ,  '        .   ��������� -������������������ - .  Kin  It'ielij  Draw;,,     =  Tcnspbl���������Vou should have seen the  pan- Ilarker held 1-j-t night. '  Tray���������I thought' he had' given up  poker sliieo his i.ini'il.ige? -  Touspot���������ric has. Ho was holding  his twins.  <    natural.  ilrs. Haftoison���������The ladies of t'.ie  parish got up n baby show for the  benefit of the hospiMl.  Mis. Chattel-son-Was' it a success?  "Ob, a howling success!"  Why   lie- Cilcvc-i.  "She may have n'temper, but sho 1s  intciesting. Did sho over get over,lho  death of hor lirst husband?"  "Yes; but her second husband is inconsolable."  Co'i-l's'ii.-inllo-is.  When n man piyi as ho goes, he nl-  v.-nyj gels a wi'lcoino bncli.-.l'lnkulcl-  Uhla Record,  t   -  Tlie Ilcuto. Ln-wi.  The lavn streams from the eruption  of Vesuvius in 185S were so hot twelve  years later that stoma issued from  their cracks and crevices. Those that  flowed from Etna in 17S7 vver" found  to bo steaming hot Just below the crust  as lato as 1810. Tlio volcano .Torullo,  in Mexico, poured forth in 1730 lava  tLal eighty-bov6n yeai-b lalcr gave off  columns of steaming vapor. In 17S0 It  was found that n s<,ick thrust Info lho  cievices instantly ignited., although no  discomfort was experic:i':V-1 in v.-clklng  on the hurdencel c.=ust-. A^  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Cf  CAMBORNE.  (     New Buildings.  (('nut lulled,)    , .'  Another new hotel is tlio ���������" llocep-  tion, creeled by G. Lemon, and run  ' for a time by I). Leahy, This i.s one  of tho.niccht. little hotel buildings to  be scon in Kootenay, ancl reflects great  credit'on the workmanship of thc  huildeis, ,Mehbi-.s. linker nnd Lemon.  The building is located 'on Lexington  iivoi'uiu opposite the Townsite Co.'s  ollice. Tlio building is two storeys  and liiniiburd roof. Thc bur is <12.\H  - ft'., of exceptionally neat dcbign and  iirrangcincnt,' The dining-room" is  ���������12x12 ft.,'.kitchen IGxil ft. On the  lii'sl lloo'r aio II boel-'rooins, nnd on the  second floor 10 bed-rooms-. There tiro  ulso four rooms ovoi" kitchen for accommodation of sttilV. Tho '110101 is  ��������� neatly iitteel up and comfortably fur-  'iiishcd. . .        c " ,  '    Thc Townsite Co,'*, block is a capital  building, M ft, scjiiai'C and two storeys  high; with bnscniont full faizo of building.    Jlnlf of ground Moor is ul present  used as thc government ollice, and Mr.  'Sunnier,  inining  recorder, and family  . occupy' tho   upper' portion   of   this  '   section as living  rooms, pending completion of new residence.   Mr. Sumner  nitiko*.' an    energetic     nnd 'cllicicnt  ollicer imd  with, hi*,  police duties as  " well'has  all' he. can ,attend to.   Thc  ���������  other half of 'the building is occupied  ' bv   the   Townsito   Co.'s   ollice,   post  ', ollice, and printing ollice of tho Oam-  hcirno Miner,    Mr. nnd   Mrs, Wallace  also living here 'for thc present.   Thc  Miner has done much to make known  , .anil keep before the public the mineral  .,resources    of     Fish .crock,   and; the  " progress of Oanibor'no   und -vicinity.  The, Mines Exchange,   Limited, hnvo  nlso opened an oflice  in   the Townsito  i   Jllock witli II- S. Wallace its agent.  Capt. 'Davcy,   M-   K-   und    notary,  public, has his ollice  upstairs in aiuuo  An addition of   Kix-M   ft.  has -been  ��������� made' to  M.' Hiicliniian's  Coronation  Hotel for biir-room* and  dining-room,  '    but bus not yet boon completed.  r   -  .I,.l,ndc's icsielencc'occupies n coin-  ���������iiiunding'position on  the brow'of the  b.ltill near Pool  creek.    It  is.2Sx2Mt.  '    two'storevs high, with  parlor, dining-  room, hall, b'lith-rooni  and  pun try on  .-round Moor, and   four  bed-rooms up-  stairs.   A kitchen   Ms IS ft., is added  nt,the bad..  -G. Lemon 'wns  the con-  tt-nctor,   conlracl   price   being about  .Tirl.iJOO.'    -'      -    -- > . , ���������  V The cottage   built "ior   L. K. Heck,  superintendent   of   the Eva   is  28 ft.  ���������square.   It contains ��������� parlor,, dining-  room, kitchen, pantry, two bed-rooms,  two   clothe*. ' closets.   The   cost   was  ' ' about $1,000.' ;, ;  John McDowell's business  block  is  30x50 ft., and  two storeys high.   Thc  , ground floor  is  for division ..into two  stores, one of which will  be  used as a  chemists  shop  by  C.,McDowell, who  has just come out from Vancouver to  " 'open the business.  -The  upper  floor  will be lixcd'up,to Ict 'as a public hall  for  nicotines  etc. .The   cost   or the  -building is about *r2,000.  ' ' C. lb Sknlcs erected a building-next  ���������the   townsite   company's-block  at a  1 cost of $1,500.    It'is .30 ft." square,, and  ���������. two stoievs high.  Tho'pwiier inten'dcd  having a p-inerbiinging .and stationery  "store in-one halt and  letting tho other  to J. ������. Ciessniaib of   this .city  ns a  1 "'.tailors' shop.    The, upstairs  is  to  be  sub-ilividecl-iiito-roonib to,let.      ...    -  "    IT  f*  Wallace's bungalow  residence  ' will be'28x30 ft., with   parlor, dining-  room, kitchen, two  bed-'rooms, pantry  and two linen   presses.    It   will   cost  about $1,250.      -J    ������  Thc business block built by O.  Lemon is figured as 30x50 ft., subdivided into two stores each IA t.  wide. The upstairs portion is to 'be  arranged into olliccs of four.- rooms  l'"> ft square, with two buy windows m  front each 13x1-1 ft. Gin. A b.ith-  " room will be provided. Tlie cost of  this building is set at about $2,000.  Mr Lemon will occupy one ot the  ntliccs in tliis block for his own  ' business. He expects to let halt the  ground floor to a Nelson linn as a  wholesale liquor store. .  11. E. Drew's store w.is doub.ed in  size during thc year,  and  A., A. Clark  - also enlarged his piemises.  A. Craig has reserved lots for building ti residence.' .'.,.',   ,  Kov.  If.  A.   solly.  ot   lrout Luke,  " holds Episcopal services, regularly and  proposes building -i church this year.  lie is a great  favorite  with  the  I'isli  creek people. , *  Jt is rcpoitcel McKinnon-iV butlier-  land, of Feiguson, intend building a  large store here.  A.G. Fi.iscr, oi Beaton, may also  build a store in Camborne.  - 'On our last trip  wc  missed some, of  - the pioneers of Camborne. Mr. and  Mrs 13. E. Drew had gone to England  for a trip and thc business, is being  managed by L. l.aynhiun Mr. nnd  Mrs. Urew arc   expected   back   next  month. ...     ,  A. A. Clark wns also away ill at  Halcyon, 11. Lane conducting tlio  business in his absence.  E. J. Branforel tt Co. have had a  busy season hauling in the machinery  for "tlie Ovstcr-Criterion stump mill.  Dr La/.ier, formerly of Halcyon,  looks after the health of Uic town nnd  district and does his work well. _  Thc Fred. Robinson Lumber Co. s  mill is in charge of II. II. Gray.  A companv has been   formed to put  in a water supply f<>*' tlie lown- . ���������'1 ie  source from which the water will be  obtained is n mountain siren in southeast of the town. The following are  the directors: H- *��������� Wallace, Coty  Meiihiniiik, W. II. Pool and ,1. A. Dar-  ragh, Camborne; i'". Cochrane, I'. God-  snll, Albciln; .1. A. Macdoiuild .md I.  I. Dunn, Uos.sland.  The. government business  looked lifter by <-. Sunnier,  milling ret'ouler and oonilnblc  their children���������a protty bright little  girl of 8 and a little boy of ���������������. The  little girl resided here for some time,  and was a great favorite with old and  young.  Contrary lo cxneclations, we arc  still shut in by ice,'but wo expect they  will gel a channel opened in a day or  two.     '  ��������� The logging and timbor. ''camps are  gelling on'well, and hurrying to get  their contracts through, before the  roads break up,'  Tho meal supply i.s about oxhiuisled.'  They hnve eaten- up Thomson's big  pig and are tlneatening lo kill the  cows and "calves,next.  A. little' stranger,' (to bo Arthur  Evans Jr.) arrived nl tho Prospectors  Excliniigo lust Friday mid caused r|iiile  a commotion. Mr. Evans wns .so  happy on making his iicqiiuinliuiee'  that ho sent'up a case of wine, This  iniike-i Hie. 'fourth addition to the  juvenile population of Beaton tliis  year���������-two boys nnd two girls. ���������  ARROWHEAD,  From our own cm i unpenitent.  ���������J, T. Fiu'iner is  visiting Arrowhead.  Jus, A. Taylor,'is in town this "week.  Miss May lvcllcll returned homo  Sunday from lievelstoke.  Mr. and Mrs. .1. Cay ley were in town  Sunday looking up a hotel site.  H. Ib Livingston, merchant, has  taken over the I'ost Offic, Vice G. T.  Newman resigned. _       _  ' Janies Ludgiitc is confined., to his  bed with mild altnck of fever, and we  jire glnd to hem' thnt he is   improving.  Tlieo Lugalo was in town this week.  Mr. Li'i'gnte 'expects to , hire C. J'. H-  bridge gang ami pile driver, to build  the trestle work in connection with  lho mill ns soon Supt, Kilpatrick can  .spare the gang. ^Thcpilcs arc now,on  hunt!.       ' .        ' '     -.'    ���������  April 2nd.   ���������" ,     -  FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Firewood in any quantity,  cut to required lengths. Orders  will receive prompt attention.  ENTERPRISE BREWING ,00.  THE  CORONATION'HOTEL  FOR SALE.  This includes hotel, furnished, also  private hou-ie situated on the land,  store, burns, Malik'.-, ice house, huge  fruit gtii'deii, mill hciu.se*., elf. Good  ica-ions for selling. Iiiiiiiediiilu possession. ' Apply to owner,  Mrs. (JIIAItl-OTTI. IIOI.DI'.I.,  '      ' -jahiion -Arm  CAlMABS FOR 190*  t        Kootenay Lodge  C*  No. IC A.F. & A.M.  *   ,       ,- Si-  ������   *   'J'lioi'CKiiliu-iiivclliiK*'  ~pr      aie held In lliu Jliis-  .  .    _ .,, ~/C\      oiile/roni]il(J. Iloiiinc  ^i/A^f-.*=:=^ll,l,l���������,",,   Lhl)   lhl1"'  2S=ffii--|2ij.<(fcv=_-'.%l on tin;y   in  cue  :?',>-������ ~-->2i V-=Siiifinlli   ut   K'li.   ns  yri*^,-r-I-oOi-    Vlhlllnu   brcllii'iiii  ���������"���������"���������^���������ajntss���������-        ,cai-ilnilly welcomed.  ,     It, (IOHIiON. SiX'iu.T.vicv.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12. I. O. 0. F.  .Mi'tilis ovtn-y TucHiliiy  ^^���������/i������,        i������Tif������S*>.    oycnliiB     In   Si'lkli;  loti'l.  ,1. OUTIIKTT.'N. O.  .I.MA'l'IIIK. Si:o.  NAKUSP.  J'       .    .L'nini uur own Coitu-iioncluiit.    ,  -The train from Sandon has not been  able to reach Nakusp this wo.-k yet on  account of slides.'      *       ��������� >'  ltev.,Mi\ Glitssfoj'd und wife ifrriycd  here ye'sterdiiy nner'have rentcel the  house bolonginir to John 1 rector.  Itcv. C. D.'CampbpIl leave., today for  High River, Altu, where he is lo bake'  charge of the P'l-csbytrian church.  . -  A fnrcwcll social was given to Kev.  C. D. Campbell, who'ha*, been pastor  iii" the Presbyterian ' church for some  time buck, lasl, night being his last  here. There was a short programme  consisting of songs aii'c! leadings which  was well" rendered, aflci; which the  Indies served ten coffee and ., enke, and  spent two hours in a nice social   time.'  We have heen appointed agents for  lending Uiilish/Canudiiin and 'American iii-uis and win olVor a selection of  Calendars 'for IIX)I such ns lias never,  before been ofl'ored in Ibis district.    <-  'Hesei've youi' orders pending a call  of our repiesentative with samples.  The Kootenay Mail Pub. Co. Ltd,:  '"     .  JtlOVISLSTOKB, 13. U.  HENRY'S NURSERIES  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Greenhouse and Hardy Plants ,  '  Roses, Rhododendrons,'etc.  Tons oE Home Grown'and Imported  .Garden,, Field unci Flo,wer Seeds  ���������     , "  for Spring Pbml.ing. ,  cut flowers ^;,,:;;,lls^y,Ml,1'urs  Annual' Ball.  The Ladies Auxiliary, of the Koynl  Inland llospilnl, Kuniloops. 11 C, m-  Lend lo'-biold their annual ball on  Tliuisday evening. April Kith. They  will be glnel'lo welcome visitors lroni  a distance.   Tickets, $-'3.00. ,  Land For Sale.  IjlOIt HAI.Iis-lOU acres  \\ 'and   0, Township S."),  in-,.Section .")  "our miles  itoilli 'of Knii-view, 'li. O. All agri-  culttii'iil hind,c with a���������goi)d young  orchard, and an abundance of water.  Part cash; balance in I yours at. "  reasonable rate of, iiiLotest, ur big it1-  ducliein for spot cn'sli." I������*or particuliii's  apply.to ��������� ' ',  * ;  r    "J. K. KOBIN.SON,      ' ,  '    '    <���������,       '      rFnit-view, 11. O.  Paine's. Celery Compound  Used'in Spririgtime^Will Give  r - That Strength,, Vim' and.  m;. Bodily,'Activity That  :   'All Are So .Eager,  .������  . id "  ;   '     to Possess.  Pure Blood and Well Nourished  Nerves are Essentials to'  True Health.  GOMjNG,  J.W. BENGOUGH  1       i    *. *  whose  name   is to nil Cnnncia  a household word. '     . '   .   li Decoi at ions  Funeral  Ut-iftns.  AG RICULTUHAL  151 IJLI'_-5! UNTS  BlilS SUPl'lilKS,  ,   , 'Fltb'IT liASKliTS,  ���������    >     '      FFRTII.  /-liltS  Harmony in Furnishing.  Vou   have  no ' double   if   you  samples (free) of  write  ns  for  Weiler Bros.  Carpets, Curtains, Wall Papers'  Upholstering Materials,  and everything ivc'iiired.   ,      ,,  The grcilcsL assortment of up-to-  date Furnit'urc in Western Canada  displayed in our showrooms. '  Let ,us know your wnnL.s nnd'vvi' will  do   Unrest,  complete  yictoria;  GRAZING REGULATIONS  Kor Manitoba, tlie  Nortliwest  Terri-  to. ies and the Railway Belt in  '  British Columbia.  FURNISHERS  "^T  "r" r^r^rriTSjf^ IX j'" contracts of an)"  ; Ii FAIT K li!)^Vii MAGNITUDE EXECUTED  Complete Installations.Our Specialty  '' Finest Class of Machinery '.   '.   .   .    ,      '''  The Hinton JElectric Co. Limited  victoria and Vancouver. , , - ���������  C.iliiloKiio l''pe(J.  Kiisluiii I't'lcu- oi" l.e*.-..  0  '   M. J.,JHENRY,  I-JOO'J'bVc.'-tiiiin.slcr  Jioatl,   Vnncouvei  ,    ;-      Winn: J,Aii()ii,O.N'r,v���������    '  Jas. I. Woodrow,  .     BUTCHER..,.  ,  Retail Denier In^^nzzzffiSg?^  '   " BEEF,   PORK,  -'' MUTTON,, Etc.  "''Fish and GameMn Season.  '' All oiilets pi-oiiiplly filled. t  REVELSTOKE, B! C.J, SA1  '.    WlLTbAPPEAU'IN  Revelstoke, April ,30  in' Ins' unequalled Original  ,.     Sketching    Knlei Uinmenl    ,  FUN WITH THE PENCIL  , ^i       '   . *  Iniproinplu'Cnrloons, Heeilnls  iii Preise. and Verse, ,-1 lunioi,-  I'athcis, <13urle.**ciiie nnd   .-jour.  ' Pure blood nnd well nourished nerves  tire Hie Ki-e.il rec'iiisiles at this season  for every iniin,' woiiian and e-hilel. Too  tunny of our people entei; Lbe f-piinu;  season with .-bsleiiischarged with deadly inipnrilies. Tlie blood i.* foul ancl  htagnntiL; the Iivei and kidneys wot k  impel L'eetly.and vei y often are diseased,  With tunny.rheiiinutisin.neur.ilgi.i nnd  dvspepsin are daily tormentors. Life  is"not snl'e. when such ailments are  permitted to run unchecked.  If you, dear leader, find yourself luu--  deneel with anv of the form*: ot disease,  jusl leferieel to, do not fail eo give  P.iine's Celery Oniiipound n trial. It.  is voiii- only safety-your only true  nnd c-erlniti delivetei fioin penis tlinl  end in de.-iLh. P.iine's (Jelery Ooin-  poiind bus eiued tens ol' thmiwinds  evei-v spt inglinie; il w ill do the snnie  ble-ss'i'd woik for you.- One ,ln.ltle will  cost, you less than n visit, lo .-(insult, a  pbyMcian, .-md will convince you of lis  power to cane. ��������� Air. John Y. Gouiley,  llnlir.-tx, N.   S.,   graLefully   writes   a-,  follows!  ' .  "Overwork, worry and enres elm ing  Ihe winter season almost lnade-nie, a  physical wreck. My blond wns impure  nnd stagnant, my digestion was tmel  and I slept little. I became so weak  Ihat 1 fell I was nearine* Hie grave,  especinilv when my doctor could not  give mc* anv relief. I was advised to  try your Panic's Celery Compound,  and 1 thank Heaven it was brought to  niynoliie. Aftei using live bottles 1  nm ciuite restoted to Health ��������� unci  strenglh andnlLend to my woik wit Ii  increased interest and atlenlic-n.  P.iine's Celery Compound is a triu: lite  -���������aver. I recommend it with all my  heart."  RIVERSIDE  NURSERIES   -  G-RAJV7) FOKK.S-. 3. C.  MAUTIN   HUIIKKLL.   -    I'ropi ietor.  Halcyon Hoi Springs  , iSctniidriitm.  rnllE JMHDIOALAyATKRS'ol' Hal-  L' 'cyon ii'ie tin; most curnUve in the  world.1' A perfect, n.iLntnl remedy lor  till Net vimis and Museiilni- disoiise-i,  Liver, Kidney and Stomach ailments  and^McLallie*' Pci-oning.. A sure cure  ,for "Thnt Tired, Feeling." Special  rales on all bonis and Ir.-un.*.., Two  mails ;ii rive inid-'depni Lr-every d.iy.  Telegraph ' eoniinunic.ilion with nh  purls of tbe woild. 'An experienced  'liiass.uiger. /. '  Halcyon Hot Springs  Arroiv LaKe. IB. C.     r  E. B. EDDY'S  *Wk^*l  "KINO  JiOWAltD" 1000s.   ,  "IIRADl-iIGIlT," 500s.' . :  . i  "liACJLK," 100s and 200.-..'  "VICTORIA,"  '���������LITTLI-: COiMOT." .'  FOR   SALE   EVERYWHERE.  ].iii-.i - fur ifrsiKiiig |iiiiiio-c*i nioi.-U'il for ������'  term nt l������ui)lv-oiie vcir-.-md tlio rciiU'iI ls/it  lite i.itc'.if two cciiS.iii item per .iimuiii,  imj'-  lili- h ilfvi.irly ia iiiHance.  Uin.l*, !in;|iii!i*il In n Ki.iznii,' Ici*'; may wj  williiliii.ni for lioinc-tcul uiitiy. -iilci of rail*  wnv piiiini-i *. lull no iinl.il I- c*li,iri,oil| on Mica  Mm!- fi run llic iluUJiipoii which lliuynru witli-  (IlilSMI fllllll'lllU IciL-c.   ,       ���������   .' ,,,,,,,'  'A lc-Mcuf i,'i*.i/iiii,'Mii(N is nol entitled U> tho  linv llic i. nn, luiL In* may. upon upjilicilion to  tin'* iiKciil ol Iiiiiiiliiloii l-iiul-, obl.nn cicli j-eni- ,  Iln: Ilr-l l-crmis. Lo cut on hi* le.i-i.lililil ivhat.-  i.'i-oi' i|ii.iiilil> of liu) lie jii.iy ro'iiili.' for nm  awn ti-c, ftec nf (Iiiu*, lIiotlcp.irtmuiil le-c-rvuiK  llic i-IkIiLKi i--no pciiniS to othor.ipiilicaiiU..     '  Aliplicalidii'. for kui/Avk Ictu-ci, .-liotilrj ho  in.iilc to thoi-e*cri.tiity, Uepiiiuiienl of tho. In  tuilur.'Ott.iWii. ..'���������.,,-.  1'. O. KKYKfi,  Secretary, lJujurlincut of the Interior.  a. s.  I jr/ier  - TABLE  i      ��������� f  'or S. '^   "Lardeau.'  ���������  ltiitiiilii^'  belwciii ' Arrowheiicl.   Thomson*?  1.,'ili'lliiKi'iiirl Uom.ipliv. raiiitiioiiciliB.Oci. lltli,'  l'JOl, will ~.iil a*, follow-, (..c-ulhcr pcriniltiiiK):  1   Lcmvp  Ariowlicnd   for'Tliom-.'on's  IjvndtiiR  and Couiiiplix iwlcc rt.iily attUIR.-ftinl 10W.  Leave Coiii'vplix and nidm**ou'*> IjiiiiUjus for,  Airowlivuil tvvicu dully ni 7.10k. nnd 12.1-ik.  Jlakui),' elo-o connccUoiis  wiih all C. 1". I"!.  Lr.itn-, Mid bout.-. , '   -  The owtier-i re������orve llic rlj,-hL lo chnngc'Umce  of Millings wllhoia nollcc.  Till-. l-'UKIJ HOlil.N'SOX. I.UMHKIICO. LTD.,  a '       ���������'-R ISOHIXSOX.'i  MnnnuiiiK Director. .  Are the best that-can be bought, /  U6n'L.%cxperiincnt with'other and inferior brands.  TJSE3   IBIDIDY'S ;  COMPLKTK ASSORT.MIbNT OP  Home-Grotesn  A cclim a Used  Fruit and  Ornamental Urees  IN BUYING FROM OUR NURSERY  MA1MC  THIS 'ADVANTAGE  You can   Plant within 48   hours from  the disging of the trees.  *,   WRITE   FO-R LIST.   '  MERCHANTS.  mil T  i*.   well  who   i*  BILLY WILLIAMS  WIIOI.KSAI.K DI'.ALIOIl IN  OYSTERS AND OLAMS  <SlII'.-.I,i:i> Olt UN8IIKM.KII)  201 Cnrrall st.       VANCOUVER, B. C  We i-.-in supply vou with a (it:.t-c].*i**-s  loose leaf d.tv-hook nnd leclger system  wliie-h is heller than Uiit**' vou send  I'ttsL I'or nnd is tuiieli less in price. Patronize, home indu*-li*y and send us  your orders for counter -books, loose  ieat day books nnd ledgers .ind requisites therefor.  Samples and prices on application.  THE KOOTENAY MAIL,'  Revel-stoke.  THE CITY; EXPRE  E. ,W;- IJ: Paget, Prop'., ''  Fj-i >in pt. del iv my'of p-iiceK; liaynnire:  elc , Ici any pari nf the City.  -.   Any Kind of Transferring  '   '  Undertaken. ���������  . 'All oidi'l-. lufl at IL -M' Sinvlbe'*  Tubnec Stoic, or hy Telephone, 'No- 7  will receive, prompt ulirnlioii.  )-<K>0-0<K>-0<>OOK><>:<K><><^^  UNION HOTEL  .    ,"       J, .LAUGHTON, Proprietor,  . ,,;   revelstoke; b. c. ,.  This liolel is now open for the; accommodation of the travelling  public.    Il is thc most e-onvenieiitlv situ.iled liciLel in Lbe cily, being  ,iil, I he corner of First Street nnd Connnughl, Avenue, in the hem L o  the business porlion of  llie cily, convenient to' railway sttiLion unci  , posl ollice.   .  -        '  First Class Accommodation,and Tabic.      . - '  , '     Best Brands of WinCH, Liquors 'and  Cigars.  Hotel,  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS ���������  r ' . ',  ,.     ,    Roynl Mail Linos..      |  ,���������  Clicapost Route to thcOld Country. ' ,  \ '      AI.hAN I.INK-Kroni St. Join). '  l'i clot-inn,. ..,.:..' ...: ���������'��������� ��������� ���������,,���������''���������-''-���������, 2?  Xiiniiiliiin    ,  \J,Ilir0,h,,l  '  IMrl-Iiin.' '. *.v.......SIiircli      ,  lonl.vn ' ���������������������������,J,furo,l,;i  Corinthian    > March A-  ,    liOJIIN'IOX.MSI-���������I-'roin Ho*toi).'     ,  ..Mc-r'ion...'..'. .-...'....-".-,-A- l'cU'21.'  JJBA.VKK IJNi:-KromSt. John. '  IjikuCIiiiiiilil.iIii  -:.,.:...���������"... ..J''ob.L27 '  Ijtkc Oinnrio  *V,'"'cl! k\  Lnko'Krle March ���������-���������0,  .WIIITK dTAK I.IXK-Krom New Vpi-k."    *  C.'di-ic -��������� ,-��������� .-*���������<,*" *'b*rV-.  e'ldiic '.,.   .'............. March r  flcrmniilc...   '- *,*��������������������������� ?,r,lrc!* ������ '  Ccilric*.'. ���������' ....:....March 2o,  - I 'ns-'eiiin-r-. lickctcd throiiKh' to nil pnrls of  Orcat llrilahi and Ireland,anc>nl spccia.ll*.- low-  rale*, lo all-'inrl-i of tlio_Kiiroiic������n coiitinont.  Apply to nearest raihvaj-%r -.icnniblilp ciRcnt or  to .        .'        ,     . <b     .  T.  W. BRADSHAW,   Afjcnt.  Rcvolstoko.  W". P. F~ CUM MINGS, Pacific Affent.  uw'v  \amzM Emm  Winy Chung's newly im-  ' ported slock of Chinese  ��������� unci Jftpuncse goods.  The best bssobnienl ever  landed in Revelstoke of  useful and ornamental  articles:  [������������������|iivvui'"l'ot*  UinljU'll.i St.ii.tl-,  lillliull   Mllskcls  Sjiiinkini.' .limUcl-  bill. (ininls.  GOLD l-'ISII    '  l'-iiic--Lstock of oiiwlic, anil fruit in town.  >   Front Street,  Revelstoke  ��������� Tea scrvlcis  l'liili-  llaskcl*  Cine Cli.iiis  ll.llllllvC-lclllUl*.  WOOD YARD  1 have starled a permanent'Wood  Yard cm Thiid **ti*ct't. With my past  experience I hope to lie in n position  to sati=fv till i-i'f'iiiietnents of cusloin-  ers. Mill aud eoidwood supplied, in  any lengths at reduced prices for cash.  K. SAMSON.  A Warning  E. WATtiRSOX.  Bricklayer and Stonemason  P. O. Ho-c UU.  IilCVKLSTOKI*.. H. C.  All lines of Mhmiii work iindi'i lakcn.  K-lliimlc- (,'lven fen* build mi;*  BEATON.  Khiiii our mill Ciirri'simiiili'iil.  All Ihu residents of this place) wen-  vurv muoli g-ieveil lo hem of the snd  l,,-,.;,vi..enl Unit befell Mi. and Mi"  AliihonsclLiumncll in losiniJ   L������'������   ul  HEPBURN'S DANCING SCHOOL  I'OUTK.AUT DAM'INli.  .Itiveniles ate insl I'ttcted in Soeielv  IJaucing nnd I leporl uieiit, hnvv tu-it,  stand, walk, lo ptes-'tiL band's, how,  etiitesy, .-md conduct lhein-.-elve*- pi*op-  ei'lv. r.-iienls will comer a fnvnr by  bi'Mig presenl, ;ts uften as po.���������ilile.  Lessons, -Juveniles evei y Tuesday .md  iM-iilaV fiiuii l:l."> I" (I I', ui. Twelve  li'ss.nis $.->. Km fin t lier infiu m.-ilion  call nl llie ball.  To the pnrties who are in the habit  of inking wood from my wood yntils  nt nighbwil bout nulhoiity, I bei*; to  wnrn tlieui nf the consequences should  I catch ihi'innl it.  W' Ki.MMINd.  UNION  .CIGAR FACTO  BR A N DS,--~,anHSS^-  "Our Special" & "The Union.',  H. A. BROWN PROP.  REVELSTOKE,      -      ���������   ��������� B. .0  REVELSTO.KE, B. G.  ABRAHAMSONJBROS.,-PROPRIETORS..   , ,  huill.   .   Fiisl-dnss in oven- rcs|i(!cl.     .All inodei n e-ouvenie-ncer--.  *' f,   'f-nrgo^Sunipli!  Koonis.   - , _ ,   " _   '  '      .     ^    "���������  Rules ������1 50 pet- Day Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, .Trout  .Lakeb.undei-   s;ime,mana-enu-ni.  ,-lPrpr������^^MjiijiiiMi^ia������������^-^i������������������jiw������'-..*TIWill III I.I II i ii������mimv^������T"-L-"'"u"-'-|l'''t" ' "ir^A^mtl  &&&&&&&&&$&&&&$&'&&&&&!&%&&%'&&&  (*������  r|*  ($*   ���������  rfa ���������it  ,4 c The Best house in Town.    -    Well Furnished  t       Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  <m ' ,    -  i" .   *W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.  HOTEL   LARDE  E^^^4 COMAPLIX  : WRAPPING- PAPER 'AND  ' '   PAPER BAGS.   '  ��������� \  The Koc'tenny Mail lu'io been  ' appointed   agent, for. one   of.  '  ihe  largest .Ganndinn   Paper  (, Mills.    ',     ���������  Wrapping  pnperbin , rolls or  "'lliit,'' ftifd   paper-lmgs   oi all  weights nnd ti/.C-s  *-upplied to  Older printed or .luprinleel. .  ' Kootenayc Mail, Revelstoke.  tor ' :���������'���������-'-.:������������������  HIGH PRICED ������o  qukiksrItv|ns,  SHIP YOUR  ORIENTAL   HOTEL  ably 'furnished with  the choicest the market   ���������  affords.       Best   Wines,   Liquors,  & Cigars.  Rates $i a day.    Monthly rate.  _a_:l*:b:e:r,t    stoietie,    zfiroie  j.  Ono Block from C'P It Depot  anil StoamTjoat Wharves  Ro furnished and Ro-mjdelod  Rates $1.50 to $2 per day  otel Leland  PATENTS  ��������� olitiiiiu'cl in all cu  WOOD  FOR SALE ���������  Dry Fir and Birch  Cut hv inaehineiy lo reepiiied si/.e.  All ordeis left al \V.'M. I.a wreltc.b  oi-the Ivoolennv Mail oIIkc will leceive  prompt .illi-nlinn.  \V. KI.KMING.  Trademarks  and Copyrights  countries.  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,  Registered Patent Attorney  Jli'clmuicnl     ICiiieineia*    iunl      llMiiglilsiiinii,  Hunk  of  1!. X. A. nuildiiiK*. llnsliiiK*' SU'uct  VANCOUVER,   B.   C.  A  imstciuil  will scciii-ii an i*i*onlni,' iiii|iiilnl  liicnl for tliOMi vv Iii) uiuinol call uiiniiK tlio day  To Trappers  Raw Furs Bought  Gash Prices Paici  F.    B.   WI '  Exporter of Furs.  Corner Granville & Hastings Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor,     , - Vancouver;   B. C.  Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  Rooms in Suites with lialhs and   Toilets attached, flowing Hot  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each floor, (ias United and  Steam /fca/cdA Throughout.  J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       -        GOLDEN, 13. C.  ������������������'rvb^pBT:-^BnP'&"^'P^^^:'''--^'  ������������������f'ljf v-Tob,vbb,''b-;ijAJA  mMMAWWMM  AAAffl 2(*6-ii2' riHiB%.jiyki-;iip,;;;:,--s  ���������!t??epTAB'ftsH^  MAffiSBttMEI^COl-ViNCE Y0UBSELF  WRITE FOR CIRCULARS  READER.  ,    Thi* is YOUR Paper.  YOU t-huuld support it.  One w.-iv Lo do ihat i:* to patronize  llie lit in-, "whil.-e advei li-enient!. appear  in thi*. papei. In oi (lenity . iiieiition  the ICootk.v.W M.vil..  MWMW  Standard remedy lor Gleet,  Gonorrhcca and Runnings   (Uirv/]  IN 48 HOURS.    Cures Kid- y|ul--"J  ne> and Bladder Troubles.  UEENS HOTEL  COMAPLIX  J. H. YOUNG,        -       -       -       Proprietor,  ��������� liesl brands of Wines, Liquors and Cigars. ,  Travellers  to   Fish Creek will find excellent accommodation  at this 1 lotel.  j������0ook's Cotton Root Compound  pr^i is- ���������        v  f^flD.IXf.  -^J your  ,.- cucceFifully n=rd monthly by over  .000 Lndic-. Snfe.otTeeluiil. I������idlcs������sk  s^. jdurdru's'-lstforCooV's CoUod R������l Coo-  poutiil. Take no other, as Ml Mixtures, pills and  ImlmtloiianrednnKerou'i. I'rico,>*r>. l.Upcr  Ixir :>o, s, 10 denrec-i FtronKcr.$3 per box. No.  1 or 2. mailed on receipt ol price anil two S-cent  etampi. 'llio Coolc Cuni|>nn.v WIncNor. Ont.  tYT-Nol. 1 and 2 'old nud recommended by all  respouulble Dru^l-ils in Canada.  V.i l .mil Nn .'.in- -"l'l at, I'"I l-i^eb !���������"���������  T. Al,.'\...ll.i nl lici.l-lnU'liy "'. ������"���������**,*,*-x*  MillirX* (.''j. .md Cui.,'i.l,i Urn;,* .*c Itook Co.  L)rin;i,-I*l.-.  i        ���������'  ���������   '.,-.-  rKTore.   jtfer.   food's PhOEptodinO,  Tii' Grn-.t r.'ulMi UfiiieJiJ.  f-oKI and rot'oniinendi'd by all  ilniL't-i-iis in Canada. Only reliable medicl'." dl-covered.   Six,  _ 'JA-juckaqi-i tiutranteal to cure  en  lorraso-Seicul Wf nknp's-i, nil fiTwC, of abuse  or cxcsn". Mental  Worrv. Kxccsslvc u������eori*>  U-icco. Opium or Stimulant*. Mailed on recelp-  of price, one package fl. six.������.  OnevMpuate.  tix will cure,   rainjihieu free to tiny address.  Tlio 'WooU Comuany, \\ Indsor, Ozit.  \Vonn'= riio=i'iioi'!Vi: i* -old in i:������'vc-Ntolsc  bve-nn.nlalinii,'."*- llonkCo ..*,. 'J-���������,,lll''1r^'Jr":  aiid W. Hew-nml by Kriink'i'l. Abo> al lrout,  lAkP, Dr'nsyi-t-. ''H-SSV/y  iip  V<s  ���������^^^WmM^Mm^  yS/ly  .wns so'diiiiingeil sby^l-1  hnd to Ve'iirnV'foviAi'r  ���������sBig'sassortm^  ::;;;A lso :.ib:;Tn struct ib n bbior  |;eycrjb'Ins^  ���������bmtlivsedbft}^  VV:y'.  y.-/,"f);i  Illr  {GBllfi������  bsLe wi sb3 ros1? rcpqi* fcbSli-������iK':-iicmiVifci.:?for  ibQwnbofeb^^  v$bl.ibW^  bvfu^ U ijrtii tjd sj I ci i j (1 it y %Aiii^%;l$::lii::f0.   iif/Tliep^rom  liSKblb;^  bb;b;|b>!v3,b; &;j ^is;%Ti. t ecl/soii) eth i rig/-] i iceb 50-s new1  bffiipKibSibbSibb; U ti i lei i iig's'Vvvi I blMvierectcebi iVfKcvclst-jloc/;  w'bbibifM?v')M^  pis  flirbtigli'- f be.S'ti'^'-l^lisnliltHi;--.:.,;' l-rpivV-wlrcdl   iiii iCsM-hii't. .she.  rovvl icjiel;' ii I id 1 ie  there till the. boiib'buililei'SV from the  C/'-'.l.. 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 -NOTICE.  ^tA/ddriissr  i.n-r-iTr-.r rivir;'Xri -.'  {Bill  :F01t������  itiiiicable rb^ebiiim;t.tee;.ivas :;ap;ppiritecl;,toj^ikbbbynib byith;-facirigsbb  ;settl.e!iicii't:wit:hbLey^  ���������'g'iv.ingVu'i-i'.posses^i.b'iivpE^  'atsGivinborneiEandibtlievbiiMybbivM .witlibribbpnbbivh^  ���������i,triigrreigi*tVrate������;:i!i;Br:tish;:Cb!iim.Bi  ^b|nting-otitvthe;in;ju'iti'ce^  .en tercel; iii tpbossessijiv:bi^\\"ei:ltibseliiv^  V-Tt'liasbeebrepbrtecbibrssOiiibtiiiib, ,-,.,-,-,- ,���������    -,   -    ...   .   .  thatvthe Hiidsoii'stJiivyb Cbiiipanbprb-1:^  'pose;bpeniiig-*.:.l)i**inchy;;iuvJbve]U  :biitvUieVcoi.ipaii^'sy;geiiei'*il;r]iiana^^  iiifprnisb^Vtlibi-e; ^ -i sb ii^'3rii t,l i, ::a ii--"t h e^ f I'-v-b^^b -,./^^������^ ^W^kT^T yA^^^'-^b-'^'- *'  ^I'AiiinbflsspitnV  carpets.' ������������������': !Thescbi-b:bs:f ti 11 syafrd>jvielb;  rixUQirt;tals-py]i)ii'iiys:birel^  roonyVyLbtt*.is.;suppl}y?ybusb<in  oijcioths-etc.VuViliirge :iii(l'sb!bctiStobk,;  bf'vyiillypapcrswillsbb sliero-in: ny-few-  days, .reservbybiiborelcib���������-: Revelstoke:  Furn itiirb'-Go.. i::-:;*Vy >ss/-;sVv.;;::ysvvv;'-:-  wliite c.liitt'pn,  ];ii-ge;  ppeel,  _ ...._.  .."bi;  ' bii ii-cli s;pf spbppibs'VtbnbbaridsbtVleftr  i-Viiotiicr is ayblaclc/liat iii;\yliicliIpiuiiibS;  con lobrbm seen teb bf -Pro \yibpyei back -  .-r^be^bidea.bVElicibye.ibple;ispdM  n.y-tbeiiVbywitliiVpspreysi-vi'jVhbtlibb^  .:blnck."V:;.liiib'f*-J'*s*itlr.^  biiicli inigrbtteiVyA^Uivinty.h  tones, bf:screiini' iribbpn^il^rbhbli^i'bses;  ���������  -.-,.  .-..;������������������:,. H.irtl: tjucl^.:" Tlie sri iii l^fis vVTiii jiclb '?o f ,ssi 1 kr   , ..--i'^^^'^-b^^^bb-vS  anebli^ dpni^;ttrft;:;stntement������:^  den t-Estes :;t bont;Uhe:y bin press r takingV *vbr iVaineiUs-; biclibs' pwicii^iid ��������� plurii st  aiidVFrejich iIbw^rS,-aUvvei'ytiiiittiriil-hi"-'  NEW BUILDINGS,  .    An interesting scene at the Scottish  entertain ment  by   Miss .Jessie''.-Mnc-  ; laclilaii wns when ic number of  Scotch  .'���������Highlanders in thev back  of  the hall,  vvho'whistled in rc-."|irinsc   to  thc song  ���������bVhistle iind   I'll   Coiii'e  Tne  Yc.My  bid."'went   up   to  the   platform Unci  had an iiiteresting talk  in (hielic with  tlie singer.  >They  afterwards   went to  the Hotel Kevclstoke  to .spend a half  hour with the n'ttraetivc- lady who (lis-.  -rCf-ursed with;-.thein   .*ii well   in   th.-ii*  " inither tongue." /  /The l-'red. J\,obinsi..ir Lnuibei- Cr.un-  pany itncr (Jnpt, ' Jti|iii..tciii, of the  steamer Archer, aie deserving of great  credit for their ellbits last iveek to  .open the channel on the north arm so  as. to establish coiiiiiiiinicatioii with  Goinupii.v, Beaton, Camborne, and tlie  Trout lake road lending to Trout Lake  City and Ferguson'. They succeeded  in opening tlie channel.after the  Ilosshuid, the crack-'steamer of the C.  ,1'. it.   lake  fleet,  had   to   give   it  up  b-\f rsi-Lbb has decided: to buiicl;bresi-*.  elehpeVbh.'Foiii;thystre'bti,'.':V���������-.':;",-'; IJJJIA:JA.-  ll'lIf. A. Brovyntwill.';buiId ;i;cottago prii;  :liis lots behind the Thipci'iai Ban k. ���������-';  :JrrssA.;N.vSinitli is in-ranging-.to  iiiove her hbilse biiiV^fcKeiizic aveniie.  aiid sip : erect bpn.s tlie site it hereof ii  business .block.'. ���������:      '-.������������������'���������'.���������'.' b   ���������. ..' -.���������'������������������ --v --V-  ;\V. A. Foote: liasithn-cpnti.ict'-for n.  residence for J'..;.'Palmer-, on Tliini  street and: has the- building ' we'll in  hand. The inain portioiiof tlie lioiisc,*  coveirsta;gi*bund space."20.vM'''ft.; iind-  thekitcben- 1'l.vIO.ft. -'-Tliu^ixosiof the  rooms will be: Ifall; 7x12 ' It.;;/'parlor  12 ft. square, 'dining-room 12x1 I, ft...  kitchen- 12 ft.; scjiiare;'. bath-i-noin nnd  pitntry. encli (i.\*8 ft,.: ��������� l'|islnii-s ��������� there-'  will be tliree beil-roonis i.-iicliV I2x I-I ft  A  LABOR'S.CALL  The Fei-iiio'strike wns li.nally selllcd  i i.nis vveek.niid.'t.hf.' men' K-suined work  jAV'e.'dri(.'sdny: . The rioncilinlinn eoin-  i litittcio fciund tlie'.ivbnlgr'. wafi-.s of the  miners wii.-i'-f.'I'.Tl) per day. /'i'be mHI,Iu-  mt-nt jiroviiles for rec-tigiiitiou of llie  iniieui by llie (.'Oinpiiiiy,  Itailwiiy itie.i Inivi; received Sir William iMtiliick'.s iiiiieiidcd coiieili;il.inn:  iind nrbitrntion bill nnd e\pi*es.s their-  satisfaction with it ns a fail- nnd just  measure. ''  ���������        '  '.'bafck-;;-hyb.������tV-;'<'.f:'';h^^  /unable yte.i::-lp;itb-.0  ;:\veiit;:ou^i,l.oa<Icei;Vaivd/ifuily,/tibih  iHeiiluul in-idbist|b'Jnibirs;is  /when -hpyiisked.'VtlibinVtloy;go i bnckbb  j;.\\'oi*k;iiii(l''.''.liebweiuici .;hiivp:^Irib'vrhyte.ri  whosisiiweU-kiieivvh'ip:liibii,yfah*; blnp'ia;!,;  cbnie but/iincl::ii)vest;igate,' tHbii-:grie.y--'.  ances *.-n(l-takb stbpb'tp Viieijiiiktheib-i  Srn'^rarppl^ailspvpoiiits pnt; tlie-ceinbi  |);iiiy;;;wei-ei' mostyunfoirlyi  troaitccri'by -  the -niiic.lii-n.ists y a rid * all ieelvii i pel ia ri Jovs i  hpi-eiVvvitlr wliomVtliriy i-ha'l.-igveeiiieiits-, j  ; What Avas the'; viUuo   pf ,.'siic:hbagi;cb |  ineiits-.vif.-ithbv. ii)cii--''.'wPvilei"' '.-iiqtiV'k'oep -  thein'? ;���������'-, Tlieir .--committees  'at   i\'au--!  cou vor hadiyrriereci/itluV iiieiiV back; mJ  work/ riiicbifbhey Vwpnlrl -'.iioit go -the  .conipanyvv--i'-.'.nrnv:i'atV liberty   to   iiii  Hiei.r plne-r-.-jwith others nrieiy won Id do'  sb; .';:-'-v'/i;;v.'���������;-.'- - :j <��������� I '���������;. ���������"/ v.-'s '������������������''.. v.; y.;f  ,,-. .'''������������������. -i cv.-.i,'.''iji���������'riKr.fKK.-i.-'.'���������'. ' b \  The '. C. P. iK.ollieiais.--accuse ' tiif;!  helpers of lievelstoke iriopi-* of' having!  broken a eoiiLrtiet-by', gpiug on Vtiike:ij  Is iiii(lr-i-sl.i.iicl , tliis" blhi'bb to;'ih.-j.  .seiieiliilei (u-iis thi- only pre-i (lent ofj  -Fedi-ralilVnioir Xo.-V15, aiel I iebfy nil*,''  C'. ,1*. Iti.'.iflieini --���������o . pre.-ienf. u se heduie i'  ���������signed-liy. iiiyself' or Viny -ilibiiiri/.'-cl |  (leltignte. ; A ct.itir.-i^t, to :(i..-, i> indin;^  ui.nst be-iign,;.] I.v bi.tb-si'lc-s-, i.jj'is w,ih  T  tppparancc*;  /:-Jh ;tlie/shovvi*born.b,e1 note a --turban  trim hree!;.b^  with;ye!r.ipb:pf:;:lace;Vaty;backi/ivnd;bbx  j-liiit'.styi'evsstbelii'p'rh'anTen'ts^v'w  isbing; eifsfruitoris��������� baricleau.sbVVstriking ;hat; is iiiVii-nevviy^hiiele-^ofsgi'eeii,  with -brpad ;efVbctybf;;:\yliitc;ahcl green  jjilOW:ba I IS.'-.  -VVVi ':!.:.��������� -rb-;V;'; is-'- 'li SVb":i' V 'V  fiie/iexRleetiiigHniBeME  ���������: TO/BE VVVDDRKSSED/BY;  PRESIDBiN'Tl ESTES  iVTOT 1 OK--isclibrobyrl;- j,'i vciiy.thii t/tli irtyVilays;  :lL^yViifi;ci-VdiitcV::i:iiilcii(lito;'ap'|ily;i6;tlib -jroiioi--'1  iiblu'C'l icf X'iiiiiiiiisKioiibi-ibfiljaiMls aiiclsU'oi-Us:  1Vit:Yicl;bi*iiiyli/T0.';sf(ii''i;a;;Siici!ialVlic(!iiisij to iiiit-  an(l!Jcarry;Vavvii:y=Hhiihcr/;frbiii;;tlibVfollowiii|?i  ilc.-!cri|)tivo;laii(ls:BSiiii*tiiig:iil,-Lliu;i)i)-itiiiarkeil*  .\\r:':Uobbi-l;soii,:'sbirth-C',-isL;;cbrnbr.;i'iiosli sit.iiatbil:  on jMbnoakuhi crock,-Lowci'V-Arrowi-Iakc iibouti  70'chaitiSNVVoSI,; *ot"il oil ii-Glover's- i\V/\ Yi/coriior-  iiiVh'iro-i-til eysthbiicc riiiniiiii,' iiorlli-1 <>0o11 iiitis,"  Llicncc.; west plll;'cliainsi5Lhciic'c';sbiit,li-l(il)chii.ins|'r  ;iliciicc;ca^lC;iO,Vqh^  ���������fe^ilciispia'I.V.'yj'ftM.tircK  AAtAfl  N0TICE|  i-Vb;sybS  ...,., ,          cbyiKiyeti;        ...       .       . .,  JL^SJiiftorilalCjI. ititcndito niako application; to  tlio;Cliicf::C.\)iiriiiissioiici*4brsLiitids-;aii(tiV\\rorks  ;r*^j5TI(jb:isyJi_ci*cl)yipiyenV  -tehel6rs|i)0a!vl^^^  /b^oiibDoininipiiK  .dffi^iiiBii^'KNDBi'iSjiiild^  .'OVhoi'.'iiiiclJUincs Jlrniicli.-Dcpiiftiiictil.rdf. Utc'-ssS'siS  ���������'Iiilbrior.'iuid'ii.'nrkc'd'oii'Uiobnvoloi.b,'^  rot* 'riinlior-IIcrthVNo.illUi'Vwillsbc rcccivcd'n(SAAfAs:  ;i.his ncpiirtiiicnl, iintlliiiboti'bii AYcdiicsilnyi tlibf-fcbK*  !Hllli.:A'nril lioxt. form llcoiisoloVeiilSlitiilioi*; b*i'bv-VV  :|Iui'l.li':No.';:<:i7i sltnntojii tho';Provincebf:.llritl8ii������bb~  Colliiiil)la;V;oii;:l,lio:.wosk:isiile;?bCSthe 0oIiniil)la-:*tV3H;'yi  i*lvcr,;lii,al)butV,rowiisliijiiy7,-,1,liiiiigcHVaiiiiiil:������:i,-Ki;sM3S������a  iwosl' bt'-Llio. lilli VJIoritlir.ii,scomtnoiibiiik;;nt1: a-bV*Vy!y;  :|ibiii(.yi)ityllioVwbsl.-";sl(le*of.tlio Columbia������������������|'l.'br������'c';a������������  ;wlicr(istlio'Sniiii!'ls;iiitorscclc(l-i-liVy tlib:: norths- ssKs?  bbiinilaryr()f-:thb,;iialhvayVbclt.:Vlhoiicci(lowiiJs:-Vs';iV  strciiiiiiilotiis- tliosWesLVbittikibfVtlicfCoIiiiiiliIii^Vspiiifc  river oiiciiillo^tiici ro'ot*: loss,: iiioiisurcil on it vlitobrWi'i  soiitlii.ebiir������o:::lb/llibSnortli'boiiiiiliiry:br Tbwn^-iSiSsb  sliip2l],/jvilli;ii;(lcp|.h;:bf::*i-iiillos;biiVHildV\vcstVseSV?;V!^  siilc':br������IMvor;aiiiciistircil-diioS\vestVtlicrcfi*oiii,"V-iV9X;|V:  bbiitaiiiiiiBiliiiyiiiicici/of-^sciiiiiro'iiiilcs; iiiorcor^il/VSp/j  -^/riil-'rcKtiliVtibiisjiiiilcr-whidhii iicciiso'vvili'i)o&b;bK  issitcili/'jtilso/ iiri))t(icl 'r<>ritii;'eirvtoiiil-)i*r������.������)(l Vci)*;--/V"r7V!s'"s  iVeli)po,-!iiiny,;lio ohlaiirc(l-at:thls/d;)cpa'rl.tr.ctii,;or-%'#*;  !������il.',tlic''rolll������!0>'or-,tlio".Cr6\viiVl-.'rriiibor.-^\|foiitbitV^V.---^!-'-w='  .Nu\vj.VyostiiiiiistciV������nvi,KVv:i?VsV;;-iV-:J."s;*&"SV-;^^  VVlCiiblii'tciidci* ������������������i'iinSi.-ilic.-iivicib'n.pnn ied-iibiubbJ-V'-bsy  bo|}|,o(l'cli'L'(|iio.oii,ii-cliiu*lai-o(l-,biiiik-Iirfnvt)iiK'or������:������^'^  llic :Dcpii(.y.of.ihi*:M in istbr.iol'st.lic'Ini oridr, .fors.*S::aas  ithoiiinioiiiiL/br .tIio;boiiiis^vliIoir.tlib'-iiiii)IIc!iiiit:lH;,4'.'i?Kif>i  prepared to'iiay fbi'.ii;.lic6iisb.--*y^s^iys'a';'������s-,i:s;s?-rif>% "  jsNo.tciKlcr.bysl.cli'uraph'-will lid:biitciitiiiiicdMsSV5.;;'ii;  ibvb^piiM'i'Sav'.' RPJlii VffottfX W.^iiS&m  popiu*l,iiiciib)f "tlbl iitoH^  ViOltiivvii;:'Mni*chs!:tal,;:l!K):i   fftffx  NOTICE!  TIGK^isVliorcby'Kiv'otiytliatHhiriyVdiiys^ys.  aflci-datc"vvchitciicl Lo'!ipiiIy,to.tlid:Kon#"-KsS;i;  oralilo^(Jhicr,������Goiiii)iissibiici^Vof^sI/iinils?nii(lVy%7T<  VV'oi'ks at:Victoi-iivl!VC.:.-"Toi*.ii-SpcoiariicciisbiVsVif  I.b'.e'iil,'iiiiil-c'iii'i-y.-ii������-iiyjiliinbofofroin-.tlio'rollow-f^a56  hiByilcscriptivclilJiiulsisCbniiiibiiciiiKVatVpost;'^  iiini'kccl-:-ry.ftio'-<i(iliMiiliIa!',ljiitnbt'r.'Cd^'iioi't.li.\\-eatX%;'>-'7.:*  co I'lioiv pbslv;^itiiiit('dSiilioiiLj(foiti-;Vin lies ior the VstaS  !Mcnoiiii.lii;ci-cckVVUjii!crii\i*i;i)w;MakcVaiicl;riitiryisV*?  iiing.basLVllKlycliahis.itliciicbVsbiitirsiilfcliaiiis^VV^yl:  thciico/vvcist'lffll .oliiiiiis,.tlicnco-i)orth':inbhaiiis;&tVScr  lo;poiiiL:b[.:coiiimonccmoiil.yV:B������-S:e;.2:^  ?if ;bSs-!P^;A^KicdLiJ AwiIiA?ii]yMlnaft(cbib|Svi,.���������...  gvlblcbsibli;^  NOTICE!  ,: is Sasywcll swqrtli ya  ; visiI; iis an /art/-(fill/  ;lcr5V;/;.Tlie/;,Ic\volci'  L?n'dbSllyotSi^i_tIi.n  iVArtJ-is; quo : of/tin;  oldest aiiililniisL; its  '-pi-bdiictioiis-aiiioiig  ;tlio liiosl./nxrii'isitcV  /:'If/*,iicirlliiiiBS/ arc  -:tiot artistic thcy-iirc  ;bf littlo'valtie.   '   ';  ;for'a specialMicciiso:to cut iiiiiljciirrj*,;a\viij'fthiiv  ibcf,fn)ii.;tliu;fpllqwiiig;dcsc;ril)cii;ia|id  :sSitiiatc(l;OiithoAvcsi-Midb:of.=itVri*6\vjliikoiaiid:  nearly, oppbsilo'.t.hc'Xakiisii-ibwn.sili;, iiiiilbn'a  divide bclvvooii'Arrbw: liik'oaii'l Jlosciiiitb;ci*bck:  ab'oiit.';ihT*cC!;'iittlcsVfrbiiiV.thc;l'.ikc;slibrc,-;.cbin  inciiciiit\y.'itVa*l)Ost,,;iiiiii*k*c(l;'V',S;y,l.!lIiirlow;"������  ;tliciicc.;.s.oiitli;SO.ch!iiiis,Vthci]cc,;;>yc.si;vSI)-,chiiiiis,t  tlioiico liortli.SO chuiiiSi-tliciicccast,;SI) chtutis to  Kpiiit;c)C:coiiiiiioiicenibiits/s;(-J;;ffi;v//i;;Si;v-/  s:Niikiisr>,'-;jbirch GfU)W.:fffAs-Al,x:f:f.if:if.fff~;  -;*;. :?;���������-, ���������/'/;,-'VS-iSS: ;-;//--/-Vy; ss; Sy J/i'IIA It LOW; ���������:���������:  "VSitiiiltcd/ciivllio/wcst side of'/Arrbu'/lakb-bp-:  posiLo-1ho Ntil.-iiKii 'lovviLSilc iiiid.iiboittMirec,  aiid/o',io;half .-iiiilcs.fi-biii'l.libylakoslioi-c.iiia  y.allcy;.slophiif'; to\\*ai-d;-;I\tosiiiiitb; crcck,-:coii):  ntenciiigat ii pbiiit;about;tcii;chains:'ca.st:of.tlie;  south west .-'corner, of tiniber locaLi'd: March 5,  l!)0.'i,;line runtiing.l'roiu a-Vpost-iiuii-kciIV-'S. J.  TTarlow's iiorllicast; corner,ff SO eliiiinsysouth;  thence-SO /chains/west.' tlicnco SO cliains north,  tlioiico, SO: chains - eastVto point; of coinmcncc-  inenl;V,-i--S;:s-y-.-.sVs:ssSy::y'S;V;;s-!;V^:S-;;VL-:Sys:Vs-V:.  ;KNiiklisi)/JI:irch;i2s1!)0:i.V5V;y/^yV].;;yK.VVy;V/>yy  fifiAAlAjjiiiiiiiAAi':siAr.HlAiiti  m Ai-C 15) N-O^I'IOK "��������� tiiat. th I rlHiin-S-s "lif tor ciatc -I s|f ������  ;-.l:.:,?*.intciiil to apply to;thoUbiiorable tho.Gliief'syi-/,-/;  Coniinissioiibror .Laii(lsiiiid;VV^)i*ks:foraspeciiil:#;;y^������iS;s|  liccnsb lb oil taiid ciiri-y inviiy tiniber;. froiiictliows:;//-;?!:},  fbllbvvinBfclLVbribeclJIiuitls'situated'^  si(ljb/:6f yt.lic?<Uppce.,'At*i*6v\'2'liikbs;/opii6i,it.d^  :kusjvahd:jbci;iiiiiiui;;:1:at-;iV������t)bst;.;iiiarkcds!;.los.5:iS^Sb  .Gonellc's.iibrthc'ast'coriici*i''aboiit;iiftecn cliainsivVrVV/*^  fro!ijV/tli6'r:';sliorP,l"'aiulCi*uhiiiti^x������  tlfcnc6'soittir-lliO;cliiiiiis.-'l,liciieo'.'ca.st'''I(lfcliaiii.V^  ,LliciicCHiiorlha--l(iO.-:cliaiiis-to:iioIiVb':Of--c6iiiinvnco-'.^4S4^^^|  'nioiitv:r"'.iV:^���������-->S-'^iK-^^^^  ;;/;Diitcd;this'i)tli duy, ofiJtiifcli'i'' lO^fAM&AilAhAAm. I  -VibSlSibSiblA-b?^QS?.GKN  INOTICE-  vte  rpAICKNOTKlIi; (liiittliirty days iifte* cliilxi T-;  ;.l.-sintciid.to.apply to the.Onleif Coniiiilssioiicr/  of Liinds'aiid Vvorksfor pennissiot) .to:otitiiinl!  ciirry-iiway tiiiiber frbiii the foIlbVviii'fj'ilcsbribcilV  lands situate on'Mosciuitovcreok, "-Arroiv-:liike:y  Com .-nciiciinr.'aL a - post 'planted ..on ithcVnortlr-  bankjof;-Alosiinito creek ;closc to;.the falls and /  aboii ttuniiiilcs from where theMbsqiiitbercckV  einptics into the Columbia river; thence east SO:  chains,-theiieo south -SO clinins.tlioiiee/vvest S(l  chains, 'tlioiico north. SO bhiiins to place bfcoin*  ,I110llccniciltS?i:.-S-sy:srsriy-r?y-;:yy;;iiy;'1vj.-;jsr-.;-  ;h:Di������t.;iI.tliis:lDlli."eliiy'bri',6bra^  *s';b:>;is;tbbv'?t'V-'b-";Kb;]b'C.bRV\-IN.ssV  t/ffilWl  garden-  Vl.ord  I.en;  in''  ui,;  tii  nol,. (lono, in, i-,i||. ens.',  iii fiil'ci: wits ������i);-|ieil l.y  'iVo/2.'!. (if Vancouver.'  di.itii'l'it.'- 'frrim i,iti's ,*in  .���������iiil.ln.ril_)- |., eiilvr iiiln'  our bi-liiil,)'.  '���������".Mai.  Ol:-  ' m: liei.tule  Fi-'l.Tnl 1,'nion  This irnioii is  /bib ii'i  i.i iii-i.  I, I icy  eon!  nil  .!.  Tllb|,*N-|(i..,-  ,'Pr, I'lv. !)7, [,,',  METAL, MARKET.  Got 3-0111- Job  Mail Oflice.  'riiitingdoiiciitllie.) Loi;,|(),, x|'  (.'(H.per���������"N'eiv Vork, irlecLrei'iytib bl/i  to la;;l.oiiilon, Mi;\ I "is.  '.end���������New  .Vork.  .fl.IJO    iii -JibUij;  Oliddit, .Cl.'I  12s. fill, to ������\l'i l'i*.  .Silver��������� .Yew Vork,-Hi;!.  Special meeting V/jjeid- -liist ���������: night.  Present: The -Mayor, -Ald.Foote, 1'^',  McCiirty -inclsMcMahon.   ' ."V/Vs;  . ���������.ff-ii.rop.HEks'O^JikscKAAi:  . vilbminipGyhtnd ofI!cere;siteyfor  iso-  intions 'hospital   opposite   .)'. ��������� Maiey's  Groiindto be.pxa mined.   V"  '.���������i  Day  AHi.-mce  and   Kpworth  lirtd .(lobd.'Tci'i'iplais/'cewiipliiiii-  . rjuiidiiy   (Irinkin-j;,  Kiirnbling,.  n ickel-in-slot  liiae-hines, .Siirulay- .ilioj',-  : J'iiii. a'n'd liouse-i of iJlfitme. b '������������������'*' ���������.'������������������',-  A Id.. Footo con^iclered .Htui'l.'iyf.los-  iii^Vshoiiid bii enlorr.ed, but hnd (jooii  iif)'i!iiiabiiri<{. '-.-''..���������������������������  -. ("A.ld.;La.wsaf.(l if the law wa.-t  broken  iiil'eiid'-i-s should  In- punished.  ���������A l'l, McAIidioii coiiiplaiiied of ilflink-  e-niiess in  Lbe city   em    Hnndiiy���������-l.e-  l'i:ri-(!il to poliee i-.ominissiotiei's, '/   Si'li'io! l.rustPeH, a.--,k'ii'ii; WW. I.owinils  bxpeii.se nl l'i-iieliei*M institute���������.h-inled  In-.   (!|-oss,   re por tin j;' on eases of hi*  feel-ioti.s disease's, - .        ,  Kred. .Uubiiispii; .I.iiinber ��������� ('iiiiipiiiiy,  nskin-f ��������� wiiler supply, for boi lei's -und  lire, also light neiir eompitny-'s ofliee,'  Tim nm._y.jr reported pipe ordered. Aid.  I'Vinte advoenled hydrant, being put in,  Agreed to.  Health ollieei', Victoria, -enclosing  milk'testing   bylnw.s   aiiel  Suggesting  Foiv^jj FdrniSsOf Ei  "Wethe undersigned VPt-uggists'ni'e  -fully |Vrepai-ed,; to V give-.the i'ollovviiigi  giiaranteewith Vevei'y; 50 cent bottle  cf Dr. Pettiiigiirs ICidney-Wort Tablets, the only remedy iii the world tintt  positively cures Vail -.iron hies iiirising  from weak kidneys:��������� ;s ���������-,.. -..'.' / . .-  S "Money .che'erfuII}'Vi-eliirued if the  siifferei- is;i'ieit   relieved, ahc I Vim pi oved  ;ift('i*.V.it.se..of one -botlleii Thi-eeVlciVsix  iioLLles eff'ecl/asLonishing and 'pci'iiiiiu-  ent ciiies. If not relieved 'and ciu-etl,  yoti wusti; no/money. ii  f/ii iiHcbiDrug ,fc I'ook Co.. Kevelsllike,-  II.-C;: .-;;  ������������������-,'.-  '-"-. ��������� ,.V... !;  J. AV.MiHet- k.Vo.,  llevelsLoke. .fl. ('-.  sWiilib- flews, Kevelstoke,   I!.' (;;       i  H]\J'b'i'rCI^V;is.--li'oi'ob'y.:-:'igivbnv,itiitiiy-iiiu  :J_>  yvvill boiniulblo.tliel^irliiinieiit.or Canada  at LlioiircseiiLscssiqn thereof.- for ini-Act incor-.,  'iiorat.iiiic.Vthc^Coliiinbia  Itivor/y.liiiproveniont  :.Coni pan ylrrAffA^A 'ifAAfAAAAs:A:Aff:������ff'A:A  /:'i.l;V,->'J.'i)/-cbiisLi*.iiol-,-''-biiiIili-;-iiiaiiitiiitr.'iind/'c(|iii|).  |)ici*s-iiiid::ollici*.;\vork.s;;at.;:.oi*yiicai':'.tlib:i)oiiit  wlicrctbc Cohiniliia ltivci-/eiitersJthoV.Uppcr'  Arrow; Lake iirtliCBisti-ict of'-I'inst'Kootenay,;  '.'l.li*ilisliV.('bliViiibliCi~Viiiil?t'o'irusd''.bobiiis";in'iuoiiTi  Election thci*ewit-h.'.VV::;^SS/ySiy;:.'s;vv/:.;::/^iL-Si.s;.  is To: construct; and maintain piors, slidbsV  clatiis; booms and siiclrrotlierviinproveiiicnts on.  the .said'river-above Upper;'Arrow/Lake, or  any/of its ;bra'iie!ibs, sor/ aiiy  other, rivers or.  streams;em]it.viii|irinto said lake, us, may..be  ;rcquired.to tacilitato; driving,-;;raftingi-'collect::  iiignnd K6i'tiiii;'tIiiil)ci'oriiiH\v.*lbf;si''Hii(l',lo'-lovy.  and:collect  tolls -iind* 'dties: upon Vsiicliysiiid  tiniber iind Ioks.-.   y   ;-- S'sSy      s.y.Vy ���������--; yy/s  .3.   To Viienitirc, 'own  aiid.yoporiitoydrcdgos,  scows, b irges and i.ugs forytlie purposes aforesaid, ir any ybf  thenr ^Uid-to -remove rocks,  ���������dredge and remove shoals,:'bill's aiid other impediments in the wiiy.of driving and protecting'  said'-ti 111 boi*.. S'V'y ty'S-VS VSyV"': y , V/'/VV V-':/  ���������V Dated'tliisinth buy of March; A. 'U'.'--iO(K.v;-' b  KKiii"i,;-DAvii)s.diy,' patkuson. & gi.antj.  :'b ,: Hi'. 'Solicitot's for appMcaiitsj;/' yS -    ;/;  :V;.-;j.':'--.'r''.':. '��������� '~.."'":.:-.V.'-'s:' ^f'AelcIiiirJc'Sl.'Jt.Vrbi'onto."  d'aiscv/sco'i'T,,;';-/;/ -v'';,.;-������������������ v ;s/ .^f ;���������-;���������  y/V/ ' .Ottawa Agcnt.s-ss  .   V;  NOTICE,  rpAICl'. -NOTIOK that tliirtydays'aftcr.dtito I V  ;.l. iintetid; to apply to l.ho Chief Coinmissioner V/  olVjLiinds/and Vvorks for permission to cut ard A.  carryawny- liniher from tho follovving described V;:  lands situate on Mosquito creek: Coiiiineiicing/s  at a'post pliintediibotit.teii i chains ifroiii'-.west s;  bank ofMosqtiitocreok and abouttwolvoiiiilcsSy  from'thc iiiontli'-jrliurc it'empticsyintothe ijol-:;;  11 in bin', river,1- thence .cast/ -III: ehains.stlicnce V/-  soittliKiO ���������ehaiiis,-tlieiiecvves^Wichmns, llicncc S:  hbrthlliO chains to place of. :eomiiiciicbiiicnti'fi;ryT-  ,;.--Diilecl.tlii������ 20tii;daybbrbbniiir*bi!i'J3-;bsisbV/  "bt: if :y:AA'jfAfA������A:rA^XDfi Cs-iRWI X; Aif  NOTICE;  A Few Boxes oi'  Apples Left and  wilJbe sold at  Cost, $1 per box  Potatoes,  best quality,  at $1 per sack.  Meruit'.!   tliese  Ilnrgnins.  Taylor Bros. & George  i.i.vin i-:d, vb  WANTED  AV  q'TlOHslSALI-:.���������IIotiso;; and   lotiwitli  .Jt:    flll-nitllli'.    SyApply VJCcJOTI'INAY,-  M.vil, (ilTico for pai-Liciiliit-s.   ..'.  IbOUNO���������Aigold brnceleif; .ovvnei'iciiti  } ;. have Vsfinie On piiying.C'osL of this  ad vei-lisenieiiL* : Apply tit ollice of llie  KOotknay-Maii..'   - --,���������,-������������������'���������������������������  / '( dl/UKN iii;i''l'- pitl'IXOTONveggs  VUVfoi' 'linlc'liiiig;' V(.;ook'.s Oiiginiii.or  struin: $2.0!) for IH; lir.sl pri/.e winners  S'iei.otin show, Hili.OU.sl.oc'khsy ,101 ies.  iMotinl Toltnie,'���������"Victoria., -.-..,  rAiNTI.I)���������Tiiulier lands;  nel'ei-i-i'il. ���������' A pply'..nl.  Ivootknav iM.VII..  W"'.  iiali.'in, l..,-igg!in  ���������/���������AN'i'KI) KNOWN  honsL'iinil fui ni.-shi.'d roonis neiir  stnlioii to let.    Applyjlo ilVTnjiping,  WANTED TO SELL���������Two houses:  and loLs ,*tt t-isitig (own of Catii-'  borne: each propei ty .will i.-i for ������15 n  month:! price .011. each property S500.  Kor pai'Liciiliirsuj'jjly at ollice ol' Kootenay iMtiil.- ' "V - ���������  7-ANT-TO SKLL���������One of thci.bcst  'lolel.s in Kootenav; good (man  can ele.'it .*3."),(KlO a year. For parliculni'-*  apply al i.IIiee of ivoolenay JMiiil.  .rilAICK NO'i'JCE that I hirtvdiiys after (Into vvo'y  :JL .intend to applyto tlio 'Tlonoriiblc the Chief  Coiiiinissioner.of Jjiinds and Works nt Victoria,  13.C, for a' special licoiisoV to--cut-and  carry:;  away timber froni the following described lands .  CoiiimenciiiK at a'post marked:/'The Yale-Col- ;  iimbia -Lumber '.Company's:'north west'...corner,',  post,','y situated  about bight -.miles'-.from the ,  iiiouth of McDonald creek on the Upper Arrow  Lnke/ilibncc-running"cast KM) elmitis,.thence  south JO.cbains,: thence west 1(10 chains, thenee  north 40 chains to place ofconimciicciiicnt, containing (HO acres'more or less.-; V? ; ���������-'        ':,/-.-    ;���������  i;NakiisI),fB.,C;,;I,brcli IGthbOOilbvisvi -Syyy - /'  '/���������s Tui-: y,u.R:Coi.e.MntA Lu.viuku Co. Ltd. V /  'AX'I'KI).���������Twenty lirsU:  pi liters.:   A pply. to  .1.  Iligliend  (illiee of  :lnss e-.ar-  V.   Ker-  rVf/OTIOK is hereby:: given that thirty days  _L> after date I intend to apply, to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands aiid.'  Works foi* special license to cut and carry away  l.imber -front the following described .lands:  Commencing at a post planted on the east bnnk  of ICoos-kii-nax creek, eight utiles moro or less '  from its month, marked ..." J. A. T. nortli-ciist  corner post," and running .south 80 chains,  thence west SO chains, thence north SO chains,  thenee east SO chiiins to place of commence-  incut.  -������������������ ������������������/,���������-  l:.f-rf..f J '������������������'*'i'b-'���������'"���������"���������/JAS.'A, TAYLOR.  ,  Located the l'Jth day of March. ilXK...;'-.  NOTICE.  VV  ���������'ive. i-imniLll  AV  TO DKLINQUKNT CO-OWNKHS.'' '  'I'n A lev. Hiiiilli,;.i.'l,'iley,.l.ei.l,i|iei*, .1. I'lcciuo,  l-'rijil .liicuhson,.!, ,1. (.'olo nud  .liln   Davis,  or  to 'any person or lu'i'snns to whom he or (hoy  inay hnvo irniisfeiii.-il Iiii oi-1 licit- inl'ircsls in  tin; I'orllantl Jllncral Cliiiui situate-.! 1111 the  South side of Caribou Creek in Arrow Luke  Mining Division of West ICocnenay:  Vou and each of you arc hereby tioiilled thnt  I lini'e expended four hundred nnd  ton dollars-  in   labor nud   improvements upon  the ubuvii  mentioned mineral claim, in order to  hold said  mineral claim under the provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within ninety days of lho (Into  of this notice you fail or refuse io contribute  your portion of such expenses, together with nil  costs ft advertising, your interest in said claim  will   become   the property of.the  subscriber,  under section i of an act entitled "An  Act lo  Amend the Mineral Act 11W0. '  .   (Signed)   .-    ' M. 10. KING.  Kossliind, It. I'., February 7th, 11W3.


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