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 F's't-'  :>'  ?!  I K  )  '.'f &  ;i'  R'  IPTTIBIIlISIilEJD   TUESDAY  _A.3^TX)   JEo-DaT  , Vol.  7.  -No.  KEVELSTOKE. ii G, AITCUHT a, 11)00.  $2.00 a Year.  GENTS'.   FURNISHINGS  j _,      T        ���������   -i    j. 1 I Ur I ������������������'i,"'* 'villio.il ii <!.-i\'-s notice, and a   ������������������������������������'*:  ! The Lsgislative Assembly ^i^xzi:..������   n  . ���������  _.i j-   +  V.1  ,V2������KSS3 aSffi'3B3C3S2KE5fflBaraJBI*'*^  O  GO  LU  a,  <c  O  ���������* ]  .   4  (Lata Jas. Gill & Co.)  '.We have sold out our stock;.  oC-dry y'oods but-would remind  yow tliat wc still carry the" ,  'Finest-Stock of Men's Clothing and  Furnishing; Boots & Shoes and -  .' \   House Furnishings  in -North   West    Kootenay.^  AVe have special bargain's in  .all lines of Ladies' and Gentlemen's   Boots and Shoes, mak-  ��������� insf'a ' :  Twenty Per Cent Discount  in order, to cut down our'stock.  z  o  V  m  c  CO  m  -i  O  ,McKenzie Avenue.  Revelstoke.  \l\ UH-OKIl.tK.I. Of till', sad bereavement ol' tin* Queen, I lit' house adjourned Monday shoit.iv after prayeishnd  been read.' Premier Dmisiuuh niovul  .���������mil.Mr. Martin seconded a i esbhilion  nf condolence .-ind sympathy which the  Speaker wns instructed to IranMiiit lo  Her .Majesty. <    '  Notice was aLo given of an appoint-  meiit'of a commission to enquire inlo  llie sending of Un' .militia during lhe  recent strike.  An infoi-innl meeting of the govern-  menti supporters was held after I h"  house adjourned Monday, ���������"���������t winch  various "'mutters Ihat, aie likely to or  have already become subject, of legi������-  lalion at -the present, session,were discussed.. Among other things taken up  were the labor , questions that, are today political jssues in thi' province. It  is not reported ..that the caucus'suc-  eeeded in devising means to' remove  these questions pi'i-iiianently from lhe-  field' of political discussion, much as  ~fii7it end may be desiied.  AVEUNKSDAY. "  (J.-ipl.ain Tallow's Chinese immigration resolution was subjected (<> several aniemlments and much discussion.  One by Mr. TLelmckeii aims at excising  all reflection upon the recent Laurier  amendment, while - another of Mr.  Brown's generally cuts out, all politics  and makes tlie measure a' generally  restrictive one* bj including Japanese  as well as Chinese. . The debate promises to be. a long one.,    ���������  BOOTS'   AND   SHOES  .Belts'!. ���������'Belts-.  Beits  lOD      JJjjilD  -AT���������  uv Barber,.  1_     '   THE JEWELLER'S  ��������� C'.P.R. Watch'Inspector.  One, oliieial's sal.-iry was iucrea-.pd from  'SI, GOO to ������r,n00 '"and another's from  !?i\!)00 to ft"2,y")0. .So for oidinaiy ex  pciifliluif. tlif'V havo a largei estimate  lli.-ni'W.i had in our' lasl. year. Vuu  will have mo'.e of it befoie Vou arc  done, vou' aie .not. through will' il-''  . One'iliing" thai ni nkes the toi ies 1 mp-  pin-,' mad is thc attention minister-,  receive personally iViim imperial slales-  'num and Ibiti'sh newspapers'. Sir  Charles Tupper hiiusell' tlio 'great "1  Am" of ihis opposition never attracted  half the notice which is now g'iy��������� '"  anyone of the piesenL cabinet. Take  for example the Western 'Mail' news  paper'publi.-hed at Cardifl'. which referred editorially tlie other day,to (he  cli a ryes preferred against Hon. Ciitturd  Siftori by some,of liis political oppmi  euts, 'and congratulated him cm lhe  complete, anil triumphant vindication  lr, has received. The Cardifi' journals  article concludes:--"Tiie friends---"! d  the.y are, many���������-which Mr. Sil'ton's  manly personality and stater-manlike,  uIterances made, for liim -while in Car-  did'will-rejoice in lhe complete, dissipation of the  against him.''  un worth v charges  made  Botha Sur-pendepp.  Iri.ociitl lo Tin: M.ui..)'.  Loniion, Aug. -2.---Oe'iiortil Lbtha'  hiis asked Lord Uobc.-ts lo he. allowed  to confer with General Dewet. It i.s  believed thev ,wi's|i to discuss llie  <jiiestio,( of .surrender. o  London, Aug. :}.--An unconfirmed  report to hand says that Commander  'Central Lotha of the Boer, forces lias  surrendered. " .       '  Draying ��������� and   delivering  a   specialty.  /Teams always   ready .at   shortest,  notice.       Contracts   for  jobbing  taken.    Agent, for   B. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  . Get that-Water Pipe Fixed.  The Fred Robinson  LiiffilsBP Co. Liinitefl.  On and after tbis'da'tu our piices for  cut firewood will be as follows :  $1  per cord at Mill  $2       "      delivered. ,  Prices Cut for Cash.'  rrtTWiFT���������pggffi  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  '   a      "���������   ; o  Wagons,  Delivery  Rigs,  ., Buggies,  Etc., .  ���������:AT:���������  JAS, MCMAHON'S  Blacksmith ing and 4 Woodwork  done on short.notice.  Carriaircs    Built    to  -Order.  CI0 1C"  WHO?  QINPFR  p. % h n i i  L % i y. i E e s  E 'J S J a f . il  SIMPS  ih-.  For sewing machine supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J. W. BENNETT,  representing The.Singer Mfig.  Co., MacKcnzic Ave.  Fir-t street near Molsons Bank.  Board by .the v/eek $4.50  Meals      - - 25c  Home rnacb' Bread, C.-ike> and Pii-s  fur snln. Open day and ni^bt-. ino  Cliincse eui]i,loyi'd.'  A.  OOWSY.  Proprietor.  Eclison Standard -  ... Phonograph  wilh nil the UUft. improvement.--will  take niul v profluce rwords. complete  including, riecordci-. Hupi-odnccr, Hni*������  Horn, f-aypliirc Sh.ivins: Kni c lyr  Tubes. Crtincls Hnir Itrnsh. Oil Can. also  (iiie-lialf dozen Uecord-: and Books of  Instruction.  PRICE    S25.00  ...CHAS J. AMAN...  ,cr:��������� - -  The Clara Mathes Co.   ,  Tbe Clare jMatbes Co., closed- their  engagement'here last night by iiroduc-  'in'g the celebrated clrania ^IJainon -and^  P\ lliias: 'Thisperfm-nmnc'e was given'  under the auspices of the local lodge oi'  KniglKS ofiPythias. The. opera honk--  was well filled and the audience we.i-e  mote'llia.in  repaid for  their  presence.  Mr. J. H. Preston again shone in. the  leading role as Damon and has certainly made himself a gieat, favorite  with* a Kevelstoke audience. Mi.  Marsh as,. Pythias is. also woithy of  special mention and Dyonifius in the  person of Mr..M. II. lleid also niade a  good impression. Miss" Clara Mathes  as Calanthe gave a;dever exhibition of  her poweis as an actress and has won  ninny new admirers in Revelstoke  since her last, appeaiar.ee. here. Miss  Emma Mathes as Ilenuion, Damon's  wife, played her part well, which  showed a ca refill study of the character  she impsrsonated. lfjwill be welcome!  news to Revelstokians' to know that  this talented company will return here  some tline in September and give an  up-to-date^productionoj: "Faust." We  Van safely guarantee them a cordial  welcome on that occasion und a bumper'  house.   ,  The Spoils System.  ���������  Dealing Willi the acts of the. new  eon-je.i vati\o gov erninent in Manitoba,'  Mr. Gieenwny siiid in a recent Hpeech:   '���������These gentlemen ha\e. iiicrci.-esed the  salaries of their particular friends adopt  lhe legislative buildings, and they have  introduced .something never introduced  in any province or country* under Uri-  lish institutions the dismissing of good  and faithful men nnd putting in lh������ir  own 'fiiends. adopting tin- Ameiican  sVKtem. rJ'o the. victors belong llie  spoils. I lliink this iinpioper and on  everV' platform I shall denounce it.  '  be-  The premier said he introduced il  cause the Dominion government did  so, and ee adds,:---'You dismiss men  also'. VCe did- but it was becrmse  their services were not reipiiied. Tlie  private secretary of tiie'late John Mor-  quav was my secretary for twelve  vears. I could bring other evidence to  show that we did not believe in that  kind of doctrine. But our old friend  Mr. John "SV. Sifton, than whom there  is-not a more honest- straightfot ward  man in Canada, a faithful public servant, who discharged his dunes well,  because his son was minister of the  intciiyr \v!i������dismissed, at   GI   yoar.i of  * Kamioops   Exhibition'. '  Kamioops    agriolijiural    exhibition  will be held this year on   Wednesday,'  Thuisd'ay and Fiida'y.  September,   2(5,  .27, and ,28..   His Honor, Lieut.Gover-  iioi-.Joly hns consented to open llie exhibition.    Special - eHurts  'are   being'  made this year to' inci ease,   public  interest ii/'lliis   ann'u'iil   event,   and   in  order   to'   impio\R    tlie'   number . and  quality of exhibits subst'intial increases  have, been   made   to .the   geni-nilo audi  special' pii/.e-'lists.^ En   the  matter  of  ultrac-tions an excellent programme   of_  sports is being arranged for .-each ,t(hiy  to include hoiV-e nnd bicycle r;.ce.s, baseball, lacrosse and foiithall matches, and  all in-inner of athletic contexts.   .  -    It is expected thiit'r. special   f^iU-J:c  of the exhibitionlhis fall' will   b(7 'tlie  displays'uiade by our   local   mt-I'chantS'  and niainifacHirers, to encourage which,  a number of valuable,   cash   prizes   are  i- -       ���������  o He ied.' '  Already very encouraging, promises  of co-oper'at ion" have been aeceived froin  the fiirineis and slock raisers throughout thc'dislnct, and it may be antici  pated that the display of livestock and  farm products" generally will this year  eclipse all previous records.  -  Full particulars   iegarding  exhibits,  etc., can be obtained of lhe,   secretary,  Mr. J. T. llobinsou, Kamluops.  DUKE OF SAXE-C9BURG DEAD  ��������� i_  Died Suddenly Monday .Night of Paralysis of the Heart.  Cobimh:; July 3 [.--Prince "Ernesf  Albert, Duke of Saxe-Coburg, died at  10 o'clock last night nt IlCseua'u Castle  from paralysis at the hero t. Pvecently  :lt a consultation of specialists 'in  'Vienna it was discovered that theie  was a cancerous growth nt the root of  his tongue. Hy hissudden'end he es  enped-a painful iingeiiug d-alh., Our  ing the minority of hi.*-.,h"ir, the Duke  of^Albai.y, the gnvenmieiit of the  Duchy will be conducted by the l:e-  leiJit'.-iry Trince of Hohenlohe-Langcn-  berg, the guardian of the young   Duke.  The news of the death of lhe Duke  of Saxe Cbiirg Cot ha, the second son  of Queen Vicloi ia/hns created a sensation in Lmiiii.n. It was totally unex  peeled. There were many callers at.  Clarence and - Marlboro 1 Louses and the  Loid Ciianil'.eilain'syollice. All Hags  we:e at half inuM. The Queen was  deeply ali'ectod. It, was slated that  the, body'of lhe bile late I->-.l������' wil1 lj(i  embahned and brougbt to England for  inteinient and that it wiil lie in slate  iit Windsor. Jsumerous public and  semi public funcuoiis ba\e been airau-  doncd and lhe ebbing -easou will be  lin.uglit in a sudden cIomj;.s the Cotut  ���������Mid society will immediately be ordered  into mourning-  On th8 Road to Pekin.  (.Special*to the 2U.\n..l,  Sll.\N<:ilAl,.'Aug.   l.T-The   allies ad  vanced   towards l'ekin lo-day.���������'    It'is  estimated that the. expedition numbers  2!),U00 men of rill arms, with 170 guns.  The expedition "hopes'to reach/Tekiu ,  by the 12ih of August.  London', Aug. ���������}.��������� Li   Jluug Chang  has stated to the, United States consul '  that   the   foreign   ministers   at, Pekin '  would be put' in   communication with'  their, respective,   governments if   the  .���������illies arrested their march on' Pekin.  Li Hung,Chang -has so far been un-,,  able to secure any reply- to the message  s-nt' in   his - care,   to  M.   Pichoir, tlio .  French   ambassador   iu   Pekin, as' the-  Tsung-Li Yame.n   will   not consent   to  the forward ing,of   cipher' messages for  the foreign ministers.  ]t 'is   asserted   that, the foreigners  within the imperial   city 'and the(con-  sular corps' have decided to.-entrust the  defence of ihe'eonccs'sion"^, the" inter-  iKilional naval forces.        , ' [   .<  \ Ceneral' Sir   Alfred     Caselee ' I as'  in-rived  at Tien Tsin  and lias-assumed^  the conmiandof the British'forces.,  Six    thousand,  more   Indian troops  have, been ordeied to China. ' 0  Tried to Murder the Shah  'Speoiallo the M.w...)  Paiiis Xu". 2.���������An attempt on the  life of tlie, Shidi of-Persia was "made  "this morning but luckily it resulted in  uo harm to his majesty.  A man broke * through the. line of  police, as thc Shah was leaving his  apartment?, and tried to mount the  royal carriage.steps.' , He was.'secured  by the police and placed under arrest. ���������  He held a revolver iu his hand, bnt  as soon as his intention was deviued  the police disarmed him before he was  able to lire.. At the police station the  man,expressed reg.et that he had .been  unable, to e.irry out his intentions.  He said " this is an afiair between ine  and inv conscience.'  WM. LARSON DROWNED.  Tl.c,"Eijf Bluff" Claims a Victim on  Fish River.  Wm. L-t son, ii well known prospector in heie, aged about W yeais. was  di-owned in Kish i ivee canyon at the  "Hig DlulY," 'V. miles from Thomson's,  Landing, on Wednoday last. Larson ���������  and Geo. (joldsu.ilh wit- cning up  Fish creek and when cro-Mng on ibe  log Larson his balance .ind fell into the  seething wain's below. Nothing lias  "lu-en seen of the body since. Larson  was interest"d in propmtv over on tin-  Duncan slope, having hem in I'ergUM.n  nn his way to Fi>h creek just over a  week a so. Ue was pretty well hooKed  nn, atnfwell  lik-d   by   llie  hoys.    Fif-  The Gordon Ulock is  b-ing   lower.ed  ���������20 inches lo a level wilh   lhe   streel.  teen nu-n are now  nt,  work  lilustin;? a  trail around lhe bluff to  this  crossing:  but too bite to save.' poor  L-ri-.-.on\-- life.  Kagh  *W������ ^V*<i  ?������ v* -1-' ���������'���������ir WW,("f THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Gbe IfcootenaY* flftail  , PUBLISHKD SEMI-WEKKLY. ,  -at-        ,       '   ' y  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,     ���������  -15 Y- *  1\. T.'. CA^ll'UKbb."  J'UHLISIIEK -\NO  f'KOl'IlIUTOl..  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Por    Annum  KATES   quot      on ' appli-  ADVKUTISIXa  '    cation.  , JOB PRINTING of every kind ut most rcnson  able rater; and shortest, nolice.  ACCOUNTS for job printing or advertising  payable on the first of every month.  COKHKSPONDEXCE 0:1 all matters of local  or public interest invited and carefully considered. All communication-, to the Kdttor  lined bo accompanied by the name of the  writer,' liul. neeuhsarily for publication, but  as an evidence of good faith.  Address  Tine  Kootenay Mail,  Rim-i.MoI-p. n.o  . s  has been chosen to superintend (he  work. The department has for a year  or two been making experiments in  fattening chickens by special food and  shipping them to the Iii itish market  where'they were sold at such a large  profit that it is intended to introduce  thiMiielhods generally among farmer;*  and Mr. Hare is being employed for  this purpose. Jt is hoped that in time  the chicken fattening institutions will  become as great a means of revenue to  Tanners as cheese factories now an1, so  (hat all the farmers need to do is to  grow chickens. He need not fatten  I hem. He can sell Ibeiii to the fattening institute and they will do the res-f".  There is a hope, too,' that iu time the  same methods will be introduced as to  all b;n ny.-i.rd fowls, as there, is a large  demand in Greal'Brit*iiii foi; such food  and many fanners then- have been  able to reap fortune:* eateiiog to it.  ill  " \'" k   ptt v.p wr  Lion .out-of-sessibn   aspect,  live and   vilnl   (juestion   of  Enormous Increase in Canadian Exports  , for Last Year.  A p.iaci-fu! calm has settled on Parliament I Jill, and after six mouths of  weary talking our legislators have  scattered to the four, quarlrr.-* of lhe  earth and the longest session since  LSS.") is ,-i matter of history. The rmn-  1 isters have hastened to follow the rank  and file and the majority have left the  capital for more or, less extended  pei iods; while following them Ihe  citizens generally, a.s far as they ,-u-e  able, aie get ting out of town, and tlie  city  has   already taken   on its rogula-  Even Un-  tlie date o(  the general elections fails to arouse any  sustained ( xcileinent.       "   -  1 The figures given by Hon. Mr. Palcr--  . sou in his speech the day before p'foi'o  gation show, an, enormous increase in  our trade and are entitled to the alten-  , lion of everyone interested in Canada's  .trade development. The total exports  rof  Canada for   the  year  ending June  , SUlh'lasI, were $1 To, Got?, 917, and of 1 Iii*-  amount the   products   ot: Canada,exclusive   of   bullion amounted  lo $I."32,--  Sl3,!)I7, an   increase   in, Canadian products of   JjiKJ, MO.Kw   over   hSUli which  e.vear showed an increase over ISIS of  ij������l(),03.S,.iIS. The ���������MJUDii.-iiis of Canadian pioducts exported were not given  ,hy him, aud are ns follows :-The products of ihe mine .$1 l,](l(j,7(>l ; fL-dici-ies,  Jjill.oOM.OiS: I'ore.sl, #������ I. ().!(),() IS; aniin.-iN-,  $.w,N!)7,Si:)():     agricultuie,    $27, J2U. 121.  iuaniif,-iclures, $\:i,(ii)2,l?.);   miscellaneous; $:-],".-),-1 K-j.    The figures for Ihe'same  class of products in ISi.'li weie :'���������Mines,  {j!S.()o!J.(i.jO .- (Lherie.s. -SI 1.077.7li.j I'l'oi-o.-t.  $27.J7.">.(iS(>;  anioi.ils, SW.oOT.OIJ ; agi-i-  culture,      $II,03:-)..''(j] :      man 11 fa c.i nre.*-.  .$.).3(i.j,.'iS-l ;     inisci'llcHH-ous,       Slij'.i.r'O.'i. I  What a change in twenly   ye;u>.   . To j  1878 the  figures-   were :��������� Mines. s^.Slii,- j  .'317: (Lhciies, .'fii'i.SokUttO : uianufnrtm e*. !  ,Sl,227-72o:  nii.-celIaneuus.-.sKiI.,s'7.>. .A  comparison of .the' figures of  WMi and [  and  dSX'O   shows' ih'e  gr*-at---st. piopory  tional increase tu he in th'-agi it ui; ut-.-il  products- jiver'.fj per cenl : in -rl,i:>i--l- _  and   lli'-ir' prodta-ls.  ."j'j   pep cent:   in  7   per < cut :   run! in r,n I  1   deciease.     A  fi-ruros  of -J.S7S ,  CANADA'AND  THE  PAN-AMERICAN  EXPOSITION.  From the Hamilton (Out.) Tl'tr.il I. '  In' lhe Herald's opinion the Dominion  government-will make a seiioiis mistake if it, decides against a Canadian  national exhibit at the Paii-Amcrh an  Exposition in Buffalo next year.  ' The' Canadian ,Maniifartiii-ei.**' Assc-  c'iation attempted to ,di>c(uu age such a  project by arguing that the Dingley  tariff proves that the Yankees don't  wish to trade wilh ns, and therefore no  good will result from exhibiting Canadian wares. It might he said in reply  that'a good way'to make our neighbors  regietlhe Dingley tariff,,so far as il  affects Canada, is, to show-them that  theie are very many things they want  which Canada cau supply them withoto  better advantage than their own country, can.  JJut it is  not so much the people'of  t he United States whom , it is desirable  to   impress   by  a Canadian   exhibit at  the. big show;  it is the people of Mexico,   Centra!   America', South   America,  and tlie-West Indies.    With these people  it   is desirable thai Canada should  iiiiild up   trade;   many    thousands   of  'them wiil vi.-dt   the 'Pan-American Ex-  position ; every country in the* Western  Hemisphere will be represented among  the visitors.   1 They   will   wish to learn  somel hing about''Hie natural resources  and finished products of  the great,.Dominion   vvhoM-    territory     forms   the  northern half of   North   America. -If  Canada   has   no    naljonal   exhibit���������if  this   country   is'  the   only   Aineiiean  coimliy, which    fail-   to  show   to llie  wo 1 Id what it  has done and what it. is  d.iing in the   indu-li ie--, arts and science.���������a great opportunity will be lost..  We hold  lhat������it is not chiefly foi the  effect'  it   might   have   (in the people of  j'tht- {'nited -Slates that <i Dominion e.v-  | hiiiil should lie made.     And yet, when  ' we 'i-ons.id'-r" 'that   the" Laurier government   is  pledged    to   the   principle of  commercial leciprocity with the States,  it-   i-   difficult,   to see how the government can cousisteoilv  prevent the Do-  minion from   pai ticipating in the Pa'n-  .\ im-nYan   Exposition.    A good Canadian  exhibit  tliere  might   not   result  die-Hi;.- in a reciprocity treaty ; but- its  A Clover Dor-.  There is more iu a dog limn man's  philosophy accounts for. No theory  of instinct���������sometimes defined as a  faculty prior to experience nnd independent reason���������wilh explain some actions of a clever dog whose ease is  reported by a correspondent of the  London Spectator:  I knew a clog iu Ireland���������a retriever  ���������who had beeu taught always to bring  his own tin dish iu his mouth, to be  filled at the late dinner. For some  reason his master wished lo make a  change and to feed him twice a day  instead of once.  The dog resented this, and, when told  to bring the dish, refused, and it could  nowhere he found, oh which his master  spgke angrily to< him and ordered him  to bring the dish at once.  ' With drooping tail and sheepish expression he -went down the length of  the garden and .began scratching' up  the soil, where ho had buried the. bowl  deep down fo avoid having to bring it  at an hour of which he did not ap-,  prove.  Swimllliii*; a Haul;.  A few years ago,a well dressed man  presented himself at a certain national  bank aud laid down a check for $0,000.  It was signed by "a well, known wholesale whisky house, and upon the back1  were the words, "Identification waived." At the same time a well dressed  , man entered tho oflice of a live stock  firm at tho stockyards aud asked if he  could whit'in the oflice, as lie expected  a telephone message. He was told that  he could; and he took a seat near the  telephone.  Down in the bank the paying teller  was asking who. the holder of the  check knew. He said not many linns,  as he was a stock dealer, but if the teller would call up- Mr. Smith of Jones &  Smith; the well known brokers at the  stockyards, he would find out that he-  was, all right. 'The teller called for (he  number, and when the ring "answered'  he asked for Smith. The man on the  end said he was Smith, and he at once  gave Brown, the holder, tho amount of  the check. "t     , ,  When   it   was-1 discovered   that  the  cheek'was a forgery, there was an aw-,  ful kick,'as Smith said Drown was as,  good as gold.    Smith declared that he  had talked to 110 one, and the result  was an argunieut.between Smith and 1  the bank teller..   No 0110 l;ncw about  the' accomplice answering the phone,  and the result was Unit Smitirtook his  account''from   the  bank-,  and  110 one  . ever knew who, it,, was who answered  -the telephone.���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  1"AHGE   AND   1VJSLL    LIGHTED  JL SAMPLE ROOMS.   Heated by  *^"V������ hot air and. electric bolls an  light in every room,  trains.    ,    ,  REASONABL  Free bus meets all  RATES.  Xiglit Grill Ilooin in connection for the  convenience* of pue.-iN .-u-rivirifj and departing by night trains. Hourly street  cur bclvvecn hotel and station.  V. PERKS PROPRIETOR   REVELSTOKE, B. C  AL HOTEL  ^spvSf/i  ^s=^''<^'-': ;|pyy;;fyfyi4^i  ABRAHAM BROS.  PROP'S.  Newly built. Fiist-clas."  in every respect. All  modern conveniences, y  Lai go/sample' rooms. Fire  proof safe. Free 'but?  meets all 'trains,     iv  ���������  Under same iiianageiiienf:  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY      '    ���������  '        ,          i          i*        * ,                          ,  - ' ' '     '                       ,  ,               .          V  ,- .           Newly Built.  '  $1   PSR   DAY_-~-*SiV lighted by Electricity          - - .:                            ,     Throughout.    -  '"���������*'.      * -.' '        '   V*-?.      ,   "  Best Brands of   ,  Wines, Liquors and  Cigars.  R.OALEY, PROP'S..  1 1 '    (-,  ' ; r  iufhi.'iice   would    eel (;iinlv   he   in   Ih  iuantif.icliii-("-  ca-*e   has   there   been  coinpari-on   with   llu.  shows, there lias been a di-rrea-f- between Unit year- nml JS'JUin .the exp-n t-  of agricultural pioducts and that the  exports of animals and t,heir pioducts  are now nearly four limes as great a^-  in 1S7S.  'Although   the   esporr of  product-��������� of,  the   fisheries   lias   been   neai ly doubh-d ,  *-iuce    l'S'7-5,    Ihe    imjiorlanr e   of     that ,  br.uicli   lias  fcl,(I ively   declined owing!  lo  the greater  grnwthnf  mining a nd '  m.-inufacture--.      In   I.S7.S  the export of ,'  fishery producl >��������� was .'fin.S'.'if.C'IO : m.iuu- ,  fact ures, % 1.121.7.")."i:   niiin'rai-, S2,.SH),- \  '.'11.      In 1S'''> lie'   e*qi(" I I mm th" fi-*h-  i'i',e>. was (iv it .*;';l l,li()!).(Kiu ;   mini".   o\-|.|  y's'.'iOO.ODil ;     m.iuiifaeluie>.     .^!l.:,r;-,.(;i)(j.  In Iti'V)  I lie 1'Vporl of   (isheiie-   I hough '  iuciea-ed   tu  Si I.n'IO.ODO   v\ ,1- ]..-- Un n '  I1i.1u11f.11 1111 e-(. Si.'J,(i J:!,U'HI ru id urine;- ii- '  .'51 l.iO'U'!'.       The    . xpoil    u!'    li-liel ies ,'  '���������ince    IS7S   li,'-   le'"ii    ii'-jiily doiiiiled, J  oianiifai'l ni'"-   iiioii'   lh-in  t teblcd. .11 d  iiiinei.i'N moll ipjied bv five  Tliy Poultry Industry.  The dep.ii Inieiil uf agi iciillui'e i-.de-  v eloping its policy of I'licoui.igiug I Iim  industry of chicken-fattening for lhe  Urili.-h iiiiirkel. Kxpi'i-iirieiital st-ilious  are to be rslahli.shed in various purls of  the Dominion for Ihe purpone of illus-  Irriling the best tnelhods of cairying  on Ihi-i entei prise, and .111 experienced  chicki'ii fancier, 2lr.   ll.ici'ol   \\'l|itby,  direciiun of rivipi ncity,  , On this point  lhe IhilTaio JCiKjiiii ei-makes the follow-  intr   remarks,   a.s   acute   as   they   are  kindly .*-  -  \\'i-e   America i<     le-ogni*/."   Ihat  political uniuti wiLi 1 Canada i.-' probably  cenlui'i"s    di.-tanU     No     fair-minded  American   u'i->he.������   ;iny<Iii,ig lint iiro"-  peiily to life fhitish I'hnpii e, of   whir 1)  O.iuada   is an important memlier, and  while    file    f-hupire   lasts C.niad.-i   vi.ll j  doublle-'- be it pait of it,.      Ciiuluiei'ci.il  union is not only grcnUy lo.he desired,  but, il, i> a Uiing which may he In-oughl  aboul  in Ihe   hot   fii-l.mt    future. . Tl e  iinim,'li-il"   effects    of     ,1     1 eci jir ccily  ti-e.i1 y    wilh     the      Dominion      would  do'iblloss   In.   lotbe pai I iciil.ir   adv.ui-  tag"   uf   C.uiad.-i. bill   lli.il   sdmilil in,)  prcveiit AnieriiMiis  from advor-ating it  on   I'i"   gioimd   Ihil i!  would pi miioi c  civ iii-/it ion   n*-   u,'li  as (i-.oli-.      One of  tlii-nio-l   |)i'ai?I(.il   me.ot-   of hi in-ring  -iu li .1   lliiiii,'   to   [i.i-s  is ��������� 11 ci-ciy such  .i.n   I'xposit jou   ,is   fliu |'.iii-.\iin.rii'iiii,  The   1 epresentr't i*'" of  (',1 n -di.i 1 tin 1 i-rj  i e.-l^ in this ,ill-.\iii"i-nan   fair would do  1 ...  ! iiioivlo   e-l.-ilili-'h   t lie feeling re(||jired  I lo biing   alionl ('.uiiiiiietciiil union lli.m  : years vi' talk and new sp,i per argument.  ! IJoth ('a 11.idi.1 ir* ;ind Aorericuis .-boulil  I'l-'ioglii/e Uo ., ,ind uiiike   llie facl ; h',11  A. Gift Not Aiii>rccintccl.  Two well known clubmen were stroll-  ' ing along Chestnut street the other afternoon when a young fellow of rather  sporty attire, slopped them aud attempted to- borrow ?3. "I've got to  have it tonight, and I'll give it back to  you tomorrow," he said.  , The man addressed looked dubious,  and his friend, who was not acquainted with the would bo borrower, moved  away, apparently to be out of earshot  of the conversation.   ���������    ,  "I don't think I can lend you the  money ..today," said tlio clubman.  "Come on,' there's , a good fellow,"  coaxed the other. "You'll get It back  tomorrow, sure."    . ���������  '"No; I won't lend it to yott," was the  'reply,'"but I'll tell you what I will do.  If you're so devilish hard up, I'll give  you ?3."  '.'"All right; give It lo mc," was the  unblushing rejoinder.  "You've got ,il already," said the  clubman., ';Do you remember tho five  you borrowed from me three months  ago? Well, don't bother about paying  that back. Nice day, isn't it? So  long!" .Then he rejoined his friend.  "In the last two years that fellow has  borrowed ?."0 from mo at various  limes," he said.���������Philadelphia Record.  J.'A. 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Note, a.s lias ��������� Ions' been noted, Hint  ihe only manners the Englishman rams  about are what, our conn fry cousins  cnll ���������'tabh; manners." Ho can lay enormous stress upon these without seeming tn (haw oui. for (hey really express nothing, and meticulous nk-cjfy  in (he forms of eaflng and drinl*iiig  ple.'i'-C'S hi-5-innate sen������e of refinement  'and ci.i'm.'s in willi li i.s dislike for making n me-**. Vet a eerlain Ki'eiiehiiiiin  may not have been far wrong, aflerall,  in sayimr that "(lie Kn-dish would surely not frown <--(��������� upon a man's mopping  up f-.-iii'-e willi a piece of bread if (hey  tliemseh-es had ever had any sauce  worth mopping' up." It may'he (hat  the Englishman's perfection of deportment af meals comes In pari from a  lack- of temptation (0 do ofherwi.se.  Hut tb>'- truth Is none the less apparent  Ihat ih" complicated conventions VG.  Kfirdhi',' what to do and what io avoid  THE B. C. ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).  (Late MacFarlane& Co.)  VANCOUVER,    Bi C.  We are Manufacl iii-ers and direct Importers, and carry a largo stock of  nalanccs, Furnaces, Fire Claygoods, Scientific and Practical Books, Glassware,  Phil ilium goods, Acids. Chemicals and all olherAssayer'sand Miner's rco, uirements  Sole Agents for Mm gnu Crucible Coinpanl, Bat torsea, Becker Sons' Balances,  Pt.C.  C.-ilalogne nnd full pari ieiilatx <ji.iiI  on a pplicn f inn.  J2.  9  nt   table   that  obtain   |n   England   do  to the c.iininil tee of  the (;.ir,.idi;i 11 par- j  110t '������ nny  way  Involve that outward  hami'til.  matter,"  which   has   the     siv  in  Lin  The elaborate. ariMiigeiiients for the  reception of the governor-general at  Victoria weie called off on account of  lhe death of Llie Duke of (-.Mfte-CVbing.  expressiveness which the Englishman  abhors. He can obey them without  prejudice to Ids Impasslvily. And thlg  en!I of" ImpasKivew-Ks, of self repression, is essentially Spartan���������that of the  lavage,���������Sc-flbner's.  Incorporated by act of Pai liament lSo.3.  MKAD Ol;FICr< - - MONTREAL-  Wm. Chimin j\lA<:i-iii''i;s(>N.  Pres.       S. II. KwiN(;j Vice-Pros.  ���������.IA,Mkh hh.l.ioT, General Manager  PAID UP.CAPITAL       '-     - - $2,170,000  RESE.KVE . - - '     - -        "1,850,000  Kcacnil liririKin.^ Iimm'iiuss IninsK.'lo.l.    I nlci-cnl allowed on deposit*, at current rates.  J. D..M0LS0N, Managei". - REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Now and Then.  There comes a time now and then when every gentleman feels (he need of an  exceptionally stylish and well-put-l.ogelher suit.of clothes. The occasion  may be a wedding, a. reception, a journey or some other iinporlanl  function. That i.s lhe time to avoid a chance fit. That is the lime  above all others, to give lhe order to me.   ���������~  %T$: WILSON, The Tailor. THE .KOOTENAY MAIL.  l' ,-  I ������v     1  I.*1'  If    ���������  'i  ON SECOND THOUGHT.  Timr's a thief:   J trusted him ������  'When he crime to mc with smiles.  I had hcaid tlut he wji grim,     f  Stein .liul full of -lilful uilrs,  lint he- scimcd bo frank and kind.  And Eu honest hearted he,  Tliai full soon 1 changed my mind.  Ah, what gay companions we! '  Time's a thief!    He stole away,  'All before I was aw aic.  Cold of youth and left the gray  Of life's autumn in my hair;  Stole tho roses from my face���������  0 3 on Ill's roses, fair to see!  Bohhcd'niy 'lip cf a-'ile grace,  Laugliinj; in l.ij ulecvc at me.  Time's a thief, 1 said.    Jlnt slay���������,  Aflrr all, he was my friend. ,  Thiingh ho fctole so miuli away, ' ,  lias he not made some amend?  I.'e has helped rue climb life's steeps;  lie has given mc home' and lit  Cn its health a lire Ihat keeps ��������� <���������  All cold weather out of it,  ���������   , I  "Time, forgive me what I said.' '',  What joa rolilii-'d nic of was dear.  What,, yen ������������������iiU' mi- in its stead  ("rows. i::or.i incd'ntit every vcar.  Ros.'s faiif, ji fjde (hey must��������� .    ���������  '\  Per life's wil her ed, flowers a sigh���������  IJirt, O Tiiiic, I will ticjiKt. ,/  Gie.ill.-.   in .loin  iio. .'am  I!  ���������Uteri \). Uiwfunl in Xew York Sun.  *  &>' ;-������8 ,v"^ Pin ��������� %J ��������� "& i-'A'di'i iS-Sil ��������� ������**J>1������*������*������������$>%  liliicMil-'Cii.  ������ ��������� ���������"Confound the confetti! I've-swnl-.  lowed about half n pound. .'^VcT-slisiil  find the tilings sticking iu our clothes  for months."  '���������Yes;    they're   small   hut   insidious.,  You hiive no idea of the mischief one  of these scraps of paper can do."  . ,      The spealeers were two fresh colored.  *  good     looking , Kuglishineu.   .wearing  "���������   light overcoats an;l dress clothes aud  drinking their after dinner coffee outside a cafe at Cannes.  -  It was !):oi������ ou au ^evening in the beginning of Fehruary. Two days earlier  they had left their tmfive London ankle  ' deep in slush and dirty snow and veiled in sulphurous fog. Here in favored,  Cannes they sat' beneath a sapphire  skvvdecked with diamond stars.,,and  watched^ the carnival maskers hitheir  ��������� gay costumes of stuff or satin dancing  upon the asphalt which .surrounded tlie  baud kiosk and even pirouetting gayly,'  upon t'he'opc-n road.      - t>  All around them were life and color.'  , laughter atid movement, the sound of,  many lan-juatres intermingled- in gay  lanter. ihe' democratic,jostling of Pity  rots and Pieret'les in satin with-white  capped market women, .townsfolk in  cheap nnd gaudy dominos an-.l tweed  ci.-nP tourists nriiied with guidebooks  und kodaks.  To Norton, ihe younger'of the (wo  men. the scene had the charm of entire, novelty. At the battle of confetti  earlier iu the day, he had exhausted  himself by two hours and ,v half of  ccjufetti'throwing wider n,blazing sun.  ami now. after an excellent dinner, he  was laughingly complaining of the confetti which passersh.v every now and  then cast in the faces of the two friends,  over their coffee.  , ���������  Fleming, lhe elder of the two nnd  the oue who lind complained ��������� of (he  mischief making capabilities of the little paper missiles, was rich and independent and spent his time In perpetual  lravel. Carnivals were nothing new  to him. and as a rule lie avoided them.  hut this spring the fancy" had taken  him to revisit Cannes In the company  of his relative, Norton, and now. as  he sat watching the dancers under the  palm trees in tlie. starlight, the spirit  moved him lo be confidential.  lie lit a cigarette and hlew slowly  up into the night air. A curious wjst-  fulness passed into his gray eyes and  .softened the lines of his mouth under  tlie closely trimmed golden'hrown mustache. , ' \  "It's odd." lie hegan .dreamily, "but  ten years ago/nhnost Jn this Identical  spot, I had the happiness of "my life  ruined by one of these same mischievous confetti!"  IIis companion's round, blue cyea  grew rounder still In amazement.  "By. Jove! Are .vou seriousV" he exclaimed.  "It was a ilight like this." went on  the oilier, "only il seems to me that*  the stars were brighter, (he music.was  jollier, the fun more spontaneous.  Mind. I only say 'seems.' Probably the  falling off is in inc. not iu the music  and the stars'and, the fun. I am five  and thirty now. 1 was five and twenty  then. There was a girl on my arm���������  Biich a girl she seemed to tne! A little  8oft. round face.--like a peach, lips  made for kisses and laughter and a  figure as lithe and light as a willow  branch. I know my similes are old,  hut I can't find words to tell you what  Kin- wns like to inc. You see, I was  !n love with hor, and she was my  Wife."  "Your wife!" Norton io|)t\-itod In ns-  toilislimetit. "Why. I never knew yoii  had been imti'fled. though I renieinbot'  I did hear there wns some romance of  othor"���������  "Oh. thel'e wasn't mlieh i-oimttit-i-  lihoiit M," Fleming km id hitit-i'ly. lower  ing his voice as a laughing parry of  three maskers took possession of the  seats at a ueiglibcriug table.' "Tho  whole thing only listed Bis weeks."    '  "Your wife li dead, then? CIS  man. I am so sorry"��������� '*'  "There is no need to be sorry, and  she isn't dead. She simply divorced  me on the ground of incompatibility of  temper, or heaven knows what, according to the laws of the state to which  she belongs." -     ��������� '  "And where'is she now?"  , "Oil, she has consoled herself with  n CJornian baron. Three years ago. be-'  ing dead tired of knocking about the  world. I was actually fool enough to  decide to go over to America and per--  snade Mamie���������that was her name���������to  marry ine all over again. You must  -now she ��������� was an heiress,' the only  ���������hlld of- a1 mother who spoiled' and  .(iji'/i'il'lier. I met her on if0 short visit to the State*? and fell in lore with  her and married and brought her over  to honeymoon in Kurope.' London was  too cold,'and we'Vame to Cannes for  the carnival. One night we left her  mother at the hotel and came out to  see the fun!" ���������     -  A lady in a blue'domino who form Cm I  one of the group of three,at the neighboring table turned in .her .seat and  ,fixed the gaze of two bright dark eyes,  shining through a black velvet^inask,'  upon Jack Fleming's face.'  "Then your wife's mother was with  you?"   ��������� '    ��������� '     '  "That was the beginning of tlie mischief. / She insisted upon following us  to l'jiirope in a week. As I1 told you,  wo ..left her at the hotel, and here, under the palms, I felt ' my shoulder  touched aud'heard my name called out  of the crowd: 'Jack! .rack Fleming!,  ��������� Don't yoUireeogui;jc=!i5trfi=-It=was Ethel  Harborough, an old sweetheart of  iniue. "AVo were engaged once, but she'  was such a flirt she drove me half  mad, and f broke it off.. She was iu a'  mask and domino, but 1 knew 'her  voice Iu a moment.     ���������/    ,     ,  "I felt Mamie's grasp tighten .on my  arm and saw her face change. I doii'^t  know whether Ethel knew I wns married. The whole thing had been very  midden, aud I hope, for her sake, oslie  didn't. But, just, to plague me, she  hung on to my arm And kept on whispering about old times,' and finally,  after I had broken away, declaring I  did not "know her, she slipped a scrap  of paper into my pocket aud ran away  laughing. Mamie seized it aud never  spoke a word until, we got to the hotel.  Then in,the presence of,her mother she  opened It. Itwas nothing in the world  but a pink coufetti disk, with the name  'Ethel' written across it,- but It cut  short tuy.ihappiness hiost effectively.  ��������� "The two women, worked themselves  up into a scene. My explanations wore  hardly listened to.* Mamie was an Impulsive, jealous child of IS, and her  mother'had always beeu agaiu'st the  .marriage., The end of it was that,they  left Cannes the next morning nnd returned to tlie, Slates without, ine. I  had put It to .Mamie that she must  choose between hor mother and me.  nnd she chose her mother.  "You know tl-.e rest. Throe years  ago, hearing that hor mother was dead.  I was stinting' In search of Mamie,  when I rend'by chance in nu American  paper that the daughter of Commodore Grierson -(that was the name of  Mamie's father) had just 'married Baron Ludwig von -Riogolthurin. . -Somehow I had always been fool enough to  hope we might come together again,  which shows, I suppose, that a' man  doesn't get wiser as ho gets older."  ��������� "It must he awfully painful for you,"  Norton snid sympathetically. "Wcr������  you very fond of her?" ,  "She is the only woman I ever really  cared a straw about or ever shall care."  He rose as ho spoke, aud the two  men strolled away.' The little lady in  the blue domino at the adjoining table  stared intently after them. Then sho  whispered something to .her companions, from one of whom she borrowed  a pencil.  "Those people who were at the next  table aro following us.'! Norton presently observed to his companion.   ���������  "They're going to pelt us with confetti, no doubt," Fleming returned indifferently.  As ho spoke ho distinctly felt a hand  .thrust Into the pocket of his overcoat,  It was a vwy little hnnd. as ho found  when he seized il. and It was soft and  feminine. Its own<-r wore a blue  domino and wriggled hor fingers clear  from his. leaving i*i his pocket a twist  ed scrap of paper.  The blood rushed to Fleming's face.  Tilsit nation of ten years ago wns repeating itself. Crossing to a brightly  lighted shop window, he unfolded tho  paper and disclosed a pink paper disk,  across which was written in pencil thc  name "Mamie."  ������������������ "Hy .love. If It should have boon my  wife's hand that I caught in mine:'1  That was his first thought, but the  next moment hi? recalled tho hitter fact  thut Mamie was his wife no longed bill  the Hrii'niiog.s tticgeltiiuriu.  .Vevertheloss he looked round for the  ������*#*M^##*M-*44^ 4-:> }r K V^H^������##������^������##i^  <-    ir    -ir    -fr    v-    -is    f    ���������*������������������  Vfe-^'^rft'ferPi'^r-SN'^rft  <������    <r    -u    -c-   V    -���������������������    *.-    *cr  V--P -th^^^-t  &:&&-&fr'&fr;^������;i&pi'i������&'&i  ���������fr    <--     -fir    -ir    Ir     %-    ?..     ���������*-    1r    Vz    -4r       v.  ������������������ ^-^.^^.^-^-.y-^.vs^..^--^ *"-=-* ���������  t.ri--r-*.K-t-    vTjvn.  ^"-^^^^'f-T-  ~t:z*%  **y  ������5* *��������� -:-  ?*$**-  tit  -"if Iff   -J  'tP ><��������� sj*  ���������*5ft ������>. '������������������-  -������.*$   "  i TP  j���������  t Si' ~r  ,4-,t.*-  j^poteiKiy  J V| ml.  x ���������'������������������ 1  &>  U9  4*  4*  44*$*  ill  4*/f4  We   have always been noted -for,the  fine quality of our wprk���������t'h'at's why ��������� we"  a, ' ���������   ' - *       -    u 0 ; '  are always busy. Cheap and; inferior  printing1 costs the same as good printing*,  therefore; why  not get the best.      Our  c ' i       -/  prices are always; reasonable.     If iii need  - ',-���������'' ��������� i -   - ' r, y'  of fine .printings, write or call ori us at once,;  ���������T?y    ������rj-  tit  r    J2p   f    ���������  ^1* "?���������   t  '*T!!������:i>r'  'i   if:'*  T������ 'y  y$*r  . in  _J_ if    i *  '  -4*,''-   *  yPft'T*  4' JF *^'  <=&������������������$���������.&; ,  4*.,4 -  4*if"4 '-  tl^   ���������  *������*.&������#������  *J*   ���������  M:  4^������c4 ���������  ?u" '^  4������/f:^' .  4������������  x|I   we arene^er too busy to attend to all orders.^|4  Opuratiiifir IvikIo & Slocan I {nil way,  Iiitcriititioiial Kavijfation & Triuling  Coiii))arty.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Koyal Kail Xiincs.  ' ChoapooS Route to tlie Old Country.  ALLAN LINE-From Montrx-al  Titiiisiiin  -      -    ' -      -     "-      -      .'      June 30*  ^���������"."'flxui ���������   .      July 7  . ( oi i n ih urn    J      -      ���������      -       . ,    .       '      ������������������   i{'  LJ'iii'Ninn    - - " c2l_  "Tunisian    -.      - - -      .Aur^. I'"  Limited"  liiae domino juid cnygh-t fight of hoi-  oniei'lug itti open cnrrla^u With hor two  (Tu ba (.uiitiim-il.)  DAILY TOURIST  CARS  To   ST.   PAUL,  Wednesday and Sunday  To TORONTO,  And  Every  Friday  To     MONTREAL     and  BOSTON,  passing Revelstoke as follows :  Eastbouhd 4:45,  Westbound 21:34,  IMPERIAL   LIMITED."  Pamphlets furnished five  J. COYLE, T. W. BRADSHAW,  A. G. P. A., Agent,  Schedule of Time���������Pacific Standard Timo !  Kll'cctivc Feb. 1st, 1000.  Kaslo & Slocan Railway  Ri-'s'en'roi' train for Sandon unci uay tstnliuns  Icavos ICa-ilonL8ii.ni.; daily. luLiiriiiiij,'. lonvcs  .-sandon nL 1.1.3 p.m., arriving nL ICailo 'A.oo j'.in.  International' Navigation and Trading  Company  0|ic.-i'al.iiif; <������n Ivdolcnri.vL.'iki-aiid Khcr.  .  S.S. iNTKKX.XTiciN.M, lull \ u.s KhhIo for Ni-Im'Ii  >il (��������� ii.ni. clriilv except KiiikIii.v; rcliii-niii),'. leave**  VcNdii nl, -J..'I0 p.m.. fiillinj,' nL Hn I foil v. I iid  ''nv.Ainiivorlli.riKl nil wny points: ooiuieol'*  (villi S. I'\ fc X. train to and from S-jpokanu, at  l.'ivc Jlilo I'olnL.  li  .YftiKouvor, &.Ci  ReYolstokc.  Lardo-2>uncan Division  A SIKH   AUiKKTA.  Slciuiicr Allroi-tii k'jivc< ICn**l(- for  hnnlo and  Aiwiitu nl W'1-) P-1"- ^^"^.���������^Illcs^InJ������*.  Slc.-ina-i-.-* i-.-rll nL jiriii'.'ipril l.uuliu^s in IhiIIi  directions, nnd at other points when siKiialk'd.  Tickets wild to nil pointri in Canada and the  United stiitos. ,    , ���������    .  ,  To  ascei'tain   rates   and   full    information,  ,UUIl'ChS: 1,'OMKHT HIVING,  DO.UrXJON LINK-from Montreal.  Vancouver' Jly. 7  Dominion - - ', ���������      -       * ���������"���������  21  C'ainbi'oiri'in - '- ������������������   28  l.SK.WKR LINK-Froni'jroiilreal.  Liiki! ('Ii.-implnin    -    '-      .       - July I  I.alee MckiiiiI io  ,������������������*  n  L.-ikc Superior         .... "   \S  Lake Ontario                   -     ,-      ���������      - "   '15  Liisiliinia  An*,'. I  P.-i^sonirers lickeled IIiioiiltIi Io all juirl.-. of  fii-i.iiI. I'.ril.iiii nnd Ircliunl. and rrl specially low  rule-to rill purl-* of llie Kiiropcnn (-ontincnl.  Apply lo uc-ire-l r.iilwny or f-lciiiiiftlu'i) agent or  lo  T.  \V. BItADSHAW,  Agent, Ucvolstckc.  8 If  Malinger, K.1.-.I0, 11. U.  Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. L'd  ALASKA  to*  ROUTE.  Stcaiiici's for Wrnn-r"1. .limc-iiu and Ska^way  l.-iive Victoria  Every Wednesday at 8 p. round Viuu-ouvor  Evory Thursday at 2 p. ia.  Steamers for Nor-Lliern Uritisli Col-.nnbia ports  leave Victoria and Vnncouvcr weekly.  I.ntc-s, elf., on appliorUinn lo  '      C. R. r.AXTKIJ.  tioiietal l'a-,c0ii?;i'i' Afe'cnl.  Vlctoi In, U. C.  S. S. " Lardeau."  I.'niiiiii (,- In I ween Arrowlir-jic) nnd Tlioiii**iiir--  1.,-iniliii',' coiiui'ciK.'iii',- .lime I". IlKjo, will .siil a-*  fellow-, (wi nl her pel iiiittinifl:  licnvi' Ai'iowlic-iul for 'rin.'in*.ijn'n Ijlinling  ,-iiul ("iiiiiiipliv al 7k. daily.  Leave I'lioni-mi'*. I.aiidiii',' anil I'nmapli.v for  Ariowlii ad at ID*, daily, connecting with all  C 1*. It. l.rain-* and bonis.  The owner- reserve llio right to change timo  of Miiling** wiLhoiiL notice.  TDK KltKD i:OJUNSON LfMHKll t'O. LTD.  J". HOllIXSON.  I\Iaiiagii)g Director,  BAUER & ASH.CB0FT,  lontinion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,; ���������  KIK-IKC rl;GIK������3EftB,  Survrynr.-of Mines, Jlinr-i-n! C'laiiiisaiul P  Land*-',  VANUOUVL'K,   1;'. C.  ���������riv, r.  ,.":',, r,i ^.i....f*.^.^u^T'-T - '*.' l'7J. '^"vi-? I THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ^J-<^^-^^.^-^<������^'?^^-',-;.^*������   Ov*������  <V.^*������   '.-^**  '.���������"���������p   *���������',������  !9  ft  %  9.  .'(:,  ������.'  !'v'  ,"r-  , -v  .������.  IF  hotograpnic  $  The ueiuil services will he conducted, hy the Kev. Dr. P.igft al Si. P.-tj-r s  Church on Sunday.  Supplies i  XVu  h;ive  ,ji  shipment of  ust, opened a l.-irRC $.  .* Cameras,  if  Kodaks,  !  '4'  "V-  J .   " Chemicals, %  * ��������� i  $ plnles/IHins niul  everything >'e- $  $ quired, for  the' iiuintciir   photo- 9  if graphs.      Call   und    see.     them. ������  | Jivc-rvtliint*  new  and up to date ^j  ���������V ' , " 19  <9   at the  If  *V.  Jf  ' - #  .9.  jf  .9  Mrs. O. D. HuiH' tviitl i'amily left thi^  morning for Golden, where they will  reside, for the leniair.der of the buni-  nier.  airs', and IWiss Lottie \Voodlev, who  have been spending a few weeks in  Ucvelstoke, retumed to Golden, this  morning.  TEACH'KR WANTKD  -  y.r.- Comaplix f-c-lioo'.. l.uly Vi-Jferred, holding  C'CI-U.'IC.U'.      I>-Uii:������  to  to.niiiciito  Aus.   1-tli-  liiOi),   -.Li.ii-y   t -U  p-'i-  moiiili.    'A]ipl>   >i.ui"b  .Qirallli' itions lo  .!. AY.'KAIiMlALL,  S..-c-i(.t.!:-:'-Ti-c-a-ui'ci'.  Coinapl'iN, 11. C  Mr. A. Allah, "of Calgary, who li;is  mining inU-rehls in the I/uduao was in  imvu yobUMilay. He'left this morning  for Kos-ilaiul. ���������  Canada Drug & BookCo I  'The Clara bathes Co.' left last night  ou a'freight for Kamioops where Ihey  open an engagement tonight.  ��������� 1). J. O'Doiiaghue, from Ottawa, was  here the beginning of tlie week on his  way west on business in connect ion  with the -Mulnck labor law.  "' For Sale  ,-' Our lively mid freifjlilinf,' business  with stage 'lii'rc and mail contract in  connection, iucUulins' ���������������:-������ "6f . ot  horses, hariH'.ss,''saf]cl!es, stages, freight  waqons anf'.oie sleighs.     ��������� '-   r   ���������  Any part of  above sold   lo suit purchaser. * For particulars apply to  " ���������  CRAIG- and HXLLMAN,  5    Thomson's Landing, B. C       ,  I'   Goods at Your Own if rice.    $  J 25 Per Gent Reduction on^sa^ <$  & -    Ice  Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Water Cooler and Water  <|fl  ������n '    '      Filters,, Screen  Doorsrancf Windows, Lawn Sprinklers, Coal  fj,  T     ' Oil .Stoves. ^ ' ^>  % All First Quality Goods.     Make a Note Of It. |>  f W.   M.   LAWRENCE, *  %������������������'    HARDWARE       :   ���������    STOVES  TINWARE.  up  Revelstoke Station.  |        A.   F.   Kosenberge'r,  Nelson; F. IL  If I Rosenberger,'I l.-Hasting-N A.'E. do Si  .9  9.  ^���������kkPy^^^^^^^-^-^^^1^^^^^'^^  LOCAL AP PERSONAL' BRIEFS  M. tb-aily is in town this week.  "';]\lr.s.1 Forsiand spent. Tuesday in the  oil v.  Ceorgc   JJOyd   was   up   from    Hull's  Landing yesferda'y.     ,  F.   C.   Ulliolt.  ot!"Trout  Lake. City,  was in town Wednesday. r     ���������  Dahlias, and John A. Uuragh, alLoi  Rossiand, were in town yesterday, on  their way to llleci!i<-wnct,lo look over  the Dunvegan property. <  Mr. S. lj- .SiiuiKl'-rs who has been in  .the. employ of Bourne tiros., in the  hardware department, for, the pa-t  two veins, left. Wednesday morning  for Calgarv, where be will in futon;  reside. Mr. Sau'nders will be greatly  missed in musical ciich-s in U'-yolst.oke,  especially so in the Presbyterian  , chut eh, where he lenl valuable aid as  leader ot the choir.  aRBAT'cLEARING SALE AT. COST PRICE  , ,    FOR CASH ONLY  ���������Flour," Wheat,'. Shorts,. Bran,   ������  < ���������' -- - '     family Groceries &:Farm Produce.  'Iift ' c  Savage Bros,,. Second.. Street,-. $  II; J.'L.'ILVTT   SlCCltKTAlSY.  Twenty-live men   were laid oil' at the  C. I3. U. "shops, Tuesday night.  .-  John D. Lioyd, came up'froni Nakusp,  Wednesday. .  ���������   T.   K.   L.   Taylor   lias   gone.to thc  coast (iiv.ii visit.. '  Vosleiday's tram from the west was  delayed 15 hours lhe oilier mcIb of. Sicanious owing to a rock slide whic-h the  train ran into. Little or no-damage  was done to the cars: the baggage car  lining derailed. The Vernon train ran  up to the slide and took the, passengers  up to Sicanious where they , spent a  pleasant, day "boaI ing and,, fishing and  wim-������i notat-'aHYiisplensed ;a the'eir-  cumslancos which n.-ce'ssirited Uieirlay  RTSVELST'oSES LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  ��������� ' 'jb^',"^. " HufriilnTnibotiiijrs arc hold  ^.^^Vr^fes,> j��������� Odill'ollow-;' Hall every  ^/^...wl^iVrjPik Tluu'sday ni-jlit at. cirM  h,'s~itO^;i*&gpAo'cl<>&- Visit ins? lii'other-,  >'*&%'<;*��������� cj^p*' corclinlly welcomed. '  V. T. IOIIV.-ArUS. X.G. '    J. A. STONE, SEC  SELSISS L03CE, NO. 12, I. O. O. P. '  .Meet,** every /rncsday  evuniiiK in Oddfellows  ^Uall.   nt.    s    oclock.  ^\ Visit ini? bi-et.liren cov-  g^dially 'invited  to  at-  cnd.  \V. MATIIII-:, Sec  ll.;- - ivp#r\ i i,,  FIRE'&. LIFE INSURANCE -AGENTS,   ,  , /-���������������������������    ,^^-^NOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC.  FIRST   STREET,, ..REVELSTOKE.  DRESS   WELl  B.'irAXBUiiv, x. c:  c.  Wilks went down tb tbe Mt    cvciv   The train a; rived i.i*iUylstc.ko  Wediiesdiy night.  Miss Williamsonjefl on   yusterday's  delayed'train for her home iu .the ea>t."  .lames   Hathaway came  down from  ln-milc creek on Tuesday.     '   ,  about seven o'clock in the evening.  /!?S";"ri""S^ft^  /*j-..-.v%. 3 U r,..---Ti;������<  ������,^* .���������^*... ^,*Jl. ��������� ..-..i^isi^  COXJIW MT. BEGBIE  I.'o. F, Wo. 3161.  Lo.d Chesterfield was undoubtedly^right   when   lie neclarcd Ins  ���������    belief that mosl.pduplo formed spine opinion of a man s souse and  character'from his dress.    'i;iie inclination to dress' well is.siiowii  IA-   the   number  wlio conic' here to be clothe..!.    'Lliey come-hero  because aI our ability to'qivc them   the   conect  and . proper j.(ir-  ' monts     They   get  the-   best 'qualities ;' the best trinuiiuigs ; lho  ' best work ; ihe 'best fit that's to bh had.    They set exclusix encss.  -TT" -TD '>  7   i    -.^t^'V rs.^yz  \  f W-������?h$Jl%i$j}\ KicoL.in'Uic Oddi'ellows  I" \&\/^$40$j\ ln.iU.on the second and  \''X-������&r.C.'.i'<'k&*.Xj I'ouvili Mondays of each  N^^^ClK^V^1110"111- vislUnB brelli-  _^%(S; .'."������������������"������������������������������������������������������'������^������������������- ' re,,   invited   to atLend.  C.P.R. .Machinists arid Fitters on Strike.  1 o  The'  machinists   and,   litters  in   the  C.'i-'.' Jt- shops  between Kor-t William  and the chasd*    The men in  tho Uevel-  Stoke shop-*   ijuit  this ,-iicn ning.      The  st.  ^o   is   owing, to   in.'refund of llii-  c-ompany Io al.i(hUjA"^lhi^.agij(4y^^  mad" with tin- men   last year whereby  '   XI  the   rj-c'ciu   sovcniun'iit caucus a    a  .,,,.^1   ccuuinittoe ,was  lo   meet   the  cinnmillee was appointed   to look into j ('|-(-,.-,,'... in Winnipeg for the discussion  thcObineseriabor <,'.u^liou. J ������,-��������� c.nmlainl-'-      The   union   ������i.*lu-s l������  \V.   ^\r.    Iirayton.   of   Kaslo,   was a  -���������, i.-itor this week.   iV 1 |-(.vi>e tbe  ^-bedule.      If  the ^ t-ike is  } V l\-i'ks., I-:.- A. iica'illy and .l.C' not adjusted quii-kly il may result in  Kernohan' went up lo Smith creek on ! tyin,; ,lp ti-ailic un, the. road 'as  Wednesday. * ���������   ' ! trains      cannot    be     nm    whne   lhe  C. \V. MITUIiKbb,  K. S.  Gold Range Lodgo,  K. of-P., No.'26,  Revelstoke, B.C.  fleets every Wednes-  dav'in Odd Fellows'  inill ' at, S o'clock.  Visit, ntf IviiigliLs in-  yilcd. '       ,      "  XV. MATH Kits!  CO.  .1. SAVAUK.  lC.oi-'U.&S.  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.        ^  Our Assortment of-  GARRETS,      ���������'"-  LINOLEUMS,  STRAW MATTINGS  ' WALL PAPERS,  DRAPERY C300DS,  Etc., is the Largest in the West.  Samples Free on Request.  'j'. .1. Ciraham left [oi' .Jordan rJa--y  ye.-teiday lo do asae^uletit woilv on i  liia claim there.     ,    ,  tillers are on strike  Canada Leads At Pans.    ���������      M:-. .j.fj.  .Jardine.   (.���������utn.iio c-oniini-<-  Mt-  Jn.no, Kdwaid,, of li.cnw,,   '. '. A,m^ U. the Pari^ Kaposi, ion.   wnt-  i.      t   wn onavisit to berpatents, Mr. .f*,.,������   IMH.  that  Canada   ���������������>���������   -   ' -  , >,   ..   s',,,;.. ' ! twK--a.-uwi5- pir/.e.sa^n.n.^ c\u   ii  !,ml iI,s" A,1'l'l _���������__      . 5 c.ived in a world's   cxpo.ilmn   b-.-.tm^.  Fmni;hcd room,  io  M.    Apply   toi He ^^^hat.UK-  Ma^y..^  ,.  c.    Hutchison,   opposite -Salvation , p���������..y   ot    ^T^j^^uu"  , i * * ., o '-'--rand     prize       for-     iiin.ii.ii.ciino-���������  A. my barrack,.     ,' , ^^ ^ r^Wl,tl lh��������� >iiyh(^ ;iw,,rd  A.  II.  IfOLDIOir  AN-ALTTICAL CirK.MIST  AND  ''      ' ' A.SSAYKK.  .  Iioval Sehonl of Mine-'. London.  Sev-iiiu-on   Year-.-  Chief   Choline  to \N ignn  C,ffl.,^aK������������l^ayo.^r*������ Mines  Lid.  ;; Kvory dl"ei;������|)Lio.i  ot .ws..y  unci   iiimlyUcivl  work nnrb'i'laicon.  ("lni'iis exaininrd mid ivporlecl upon.  IlHVKLSTOlvK. 1). C!.'        ��������� '     x  ie  9  THE  i       . n -  Badminton Hotel  . VANCOUVER.  RATES   $2.50   PER    DAY.  The   'n'-t-.l   ciicket,   game   will  lake U.ial can be (Aitained   for   eaiioes.    The .   )In,S(W::������������������,(   n,,^,   ���������������  Liu-   u.-i.ai   uilmi_   fa                                     ..I,,!,,,    r,f   f, nit   p,-is   icceved   ,s"vi������ral .-.toick, 11. t.  sr.���������^r;:ri..?7:������v.unr ztx^lv !r, ���������.*.. ,������������������-<���������-  y^-w*,**..,., - ���������. -  "m'liK"l<"1'                "        '                                            (',-.!>.      KduCHtioH   Will    r-ecve    -eVCial   ��������� .               ,                               .1. A. II AHV.JY.    .  1:1  TALtVKY & MCOAUTEH  DA KHISTKRH,' SOLICITORS, IOTC.  01"PICKS :     ^loI.SON-:    I SANK    BLOCK,    UliVliL-  (f.'o^eLab.imo-M'.U'kl.iiii.e'Uii-ini.esv,,.'..  JU-ml.    -! i:ig   out, b" hmi.'ieibas will .iImi  111  . lir',-iiim< cxliilnl-.  Kduc-ation will   ivee'.ve   -evcial ��������� (;, (]  ,  ,,(,t, ,,u j ,.  .-.    l-'is-h and game-will, likewi-e ; .Ri-.-l l..lve.}',. ('  I. A. IIahvijv.  I-'ort Slei'le, M. U.  to\ e   ii  nd  Tne.* dny   fioin   lm  again to-day.  :,).  V',r. f'ilOSK,  M. 1).  ' .J,,,. Diiim ml nliu'd fi'ci" r'^'"  ,.,,.,-k (,:, \\Vdm-<l,.y, \xh.-iv he l������.i"  luvii doing a--,'.���������irienl   "'.Ik.  i M-i'iiif.-.N 'i-i '."in.: c I', i.".. *'n"Y iikalth  TIii-  li'rcnl   Si"nl   <>i'  BitKlum'. |      ' (i|. I-'ICKII.  The seal c-oii'ii-'"; of n In i ������������������,"-��������� ma������s of'  sterling   si!\'-r.   measuring   about   O'j ;    inches   In   (li.'iinetf r   h,v   I'i   iu.'!.*s   In .  ,i    nil-,.'   .,,nl    M"*. '  df"l''l' ''"' niiekuess.    It \* in iw> !'.<rt.-. '  (!..���������.   .sumn.-l-   and    ������...   --       ;-,,,,;,, suioo)ll on t!,e ouler ^de, b>:i . bl.- i  l:..>���������.������kN were  v iMlor- Hon. ( om.iplix ,   ^^ ^  ,,,.,,,,-,.,1   v.,n,iii.     The-   two )  Q"J  Lhis week.  '  fiiller" 'I','-!',!' IHd'k. .Mficl:i:;ix,ic Avenue.  REVELSTOKE  .1. Coy   Iliirbei-   has been making iin-  v-  pw'ivement-in bis  s|,���������-e  thN week  irer ir.ci-asi'd ar-c (nnnindati'm.  null'   ^'" ��������� "   -'  fty v^r. w*������    n    p    fO  oralely  engraved   v.Hiiin.     The-   t w.- ; n * S, jnji-fl  Mirf.-ic-c-: are iinprt .s-<-d upr-n a lump ot .. Q j   LMS^'a  wax ;tlaeheil  in an  iu;:enious  way to "  1 ArlMPQV  nny (lo'-uinent to whi'-h l.'-r iiiaje.-iy^iirt  soM-i'i-igu gives hor rci,\al :is*;(-iit.    The  ;  wei'.'iit of Ih'" seal i-i IS" ounce.**.    i:.-i<-li J    ep;ii   is  engraved   during   the  reign  of  S  ;;. M. Albnm JrrU'bmrrker, bas,,���������>v.'d j   Hic   "'^W^J^:   ".S  i-'on  Iii.   Mand    into   l''i-hl   ������������������������!  ih'Ws,l.'ti<  stoic-  l/iwn tennis and croqiK't are tli"  rM^ionable^'n^ntlbeC P. H-depot  iiow-a-daj'-*'  IJ. S. Wilson, wife and family, left  ye.s(e.day mi a i������o monlhs' visit to  Toronto.  K. .1. Cnckle, propiieW.rof the Kaslo  Hole). Kaslo, u-a.s a visitor to Hevel-  .stuke tliid Week,  and   the collection   present-; a   c-uriruw c  atul  accurate epllome of  Kngli-'li  his-  ]  lory. J  All lord chancellors' have taken lhe i  prontost cure ol' the seals in their [ i  Charge unci hnve coal rived reee-'.-'es  and elaborale devices for their safe  custody. One nl' I hem in I lie reign of  Charles II actually flop! with the .seal  under his pillow and hy this loving pre-  caul ion saved It from thieves who one  night broke inlo his houso nnd carried  off th* iiiace belonging to llie house of  lorda  aud   other   valuable  properly,-  CJiUiaUei's' Journal,  G a  Work  -(,-���������  ��������� " GIVE US ATRIAL  BIJKER,   Proprietor.  Phone   43,  WAH   OHANG,  'JJISALKK  IN  Fancy Goods, Japanese and  Chinese 'Novelties and Silk  Goods, Ham boo Work, RulUm  Chains, and Crockery W'iirc,  1 i 1    L  ALMt)  I-'r-Liiis-and Co'nfecLioiicry.  Opposite lhe Post Office,.  Front St. Revelstoke, B.C.  PI        Highest Cash Price. Paid for.  Your Pocket-book  amy be lew Iml noliculysc-cs* it, Init  if 'voiif elotlies are slirdiby Hint,  seUlesii,, noliody v.-.rnls ui l.nuw you.  LnurerKir Gents Tuilei' Made Clothes  repaired and ek-ancd in wood style.  .Cull or Kcnd postcard.  Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.  *  TCstriblisliert \h yeaiN.'  SlriC'tly Union Labor Shop.  "'Cleanliness ���������   '.  1 , L *  is next to Godliness."  If you want your scavenger  vork done in a clean and  economical way send a  card-lo  PRANK SAUNDERS,  Revelstoke Station.  & All rtlilnincnl-- nre cv.-uruiieil hymen*.  ..iii'i'fl I'rice** nre tee hiuh <> wi nut.  You should keep po-declon lhe rutin n.-* |  you ijet f 10111  G. VV  BALDWIN,  i>. 0. no*- snii        -\������t:,,,'for ,ll,s" ulI|.|ian  Winnipeg, Man.  l'-IL'ATK 0!'" I.MIMIOVKMKN'TS.  no'I'I'-i:.  Alice.  Alice   I' l'.ictidii.   noiinnza  Lti!!;'. l.rowii  roiul.   (ildiiechler.   l/isi,   Cluinev    mmer.il  ���������cliiim'-,  .-it.UMleil   in  th-.Ui". cMohe .\liiuiic,'  Divihicui of W'e-t Kuril en, iy lii*.|,ricl. Where  loi'iilod:- On Urmm.l IIo-v l:n-in.  Tnke notice tlml I. Willi.iin A. Pnuc r, 'iKc-nt;  for IJ 11. Wilson, free miiierV c'l-rt ilit-Oe .no. IS  1I7SX' l-'i-rink Voinuv. five iiiiii'-r".-, c-r-rl ill.ilo jN".  II UTS".. .1. IL Ilo.ire. free ininei'.si'r'i-lihciiteNo.  H I.V.ilii. inlend, ^ivly dn.v- from Ihedr-.u: hen-ol,  toiuiplvlo the Alinin;; llcc-enlcr roi-nlerli 1-  cnle of IiiiiivuvoiiicirU for Un- piii-iii.se of oh-  (iiiiiinvrii Crown f J runt of the nliove c nun1-.  And further lake notice Unit, nelicm. midcr  i-eetion 37, nni'-t, he eoininenced bolero tlio  i*--.inuice of micli C'-rli-lento of Iniprcivciiieiiti-.  Unled this llth dny of June, l'XJO.  WlL-LLUi A. IJAUJOI!.


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