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 &4 fe  W ,   1 ^ '' prcv3*acial JL!br  published ttxiesd.^"^" j^zsrx) ifiriid.a.'Y"..  Vol. 7.���������No. 5;  REVELSTOKE. B. C, AUGUST 14, 1900.'  $2.00 a Year,  66 TS  i!3  JLiiLs  IT  s,d  Regular, Price. $1.85, ,1.25, and ,90c.  '< :    1.0b,.80b; and 60c.'  Q --* " ���������-,  otsses  Regular 75c, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00, & 2.50  le        50c,   60c, 90c,   1.25, & I.85  o  <���������>  Regular $1.00, I.50, ,2.00.  Sale Price. 50c, 90c, 1.50.  , Don't-forget that we keep Butterick. Patterns.  Late James Gill &..C01.',..  m  Belts!  . ladies  Itsl .Beits!  ts  AT��������� ,  Guv Bar.bef  9"1   _^_  .THE JEWELLER'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  Draying   and   delivering   ;i, specialty.'  Teiinis til ways   ready   at  shortest  notice.       Contracts   for  jobbing  , ' taken.    -Agent  fur   13. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  9  The Fred Robinson  Lumber Co. Limited.  ." I*.'' JiMKHKffla   '  On and after this (late our prices for  ,cnt firewood will be as follows :  $1 per cord at Mill  $2^ . '���������"' ���������   delivered.,  Prices Cut for, Cash.  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  Wagons,' Delivery  Rigs,  Buggies,  Etc.,  ���������: AT:���������  JAS. MCMAHON'S  ���������10 :���������  BlacksniitKing and Woodwork  done on short notice.  Carriages    Built   to    Order.  ELSTOKE  First street near Molsons Bank.  Board by the week $4.50'  Mealj  26c  For sewing machine-supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J. W. BENNETT,  representing The Singer Mftg.  Co., MacKenzie Ave.  Home iiiitde Dread, Cakes and Pies  for sail*. Open day and night. No  Chinese employed.  A.  OOWBY.  Proprietor.  Edison Standard  ... Phonograph  with nil the lntr-'t iiiiiirovi'iiicnti- will  take anil i" produce records, coiuiilcto  Including, llccofdcr. llcpi'odiicer, brass  Horn. Ptvpiihirc Shaving: ICnife. K;ir  .Tillies, Ciimcls Hair Brn-Oi. Oil Can. nNo  Onc-hiilf dozen Kecorel.-- anil Hooks of  Instruction.  PRICE    $25.00  ...CHAS J. AMAN...  Tlie lnni8iDal Conneil  The city council ni'*t on Fiiday  evening as usual; there being pi csenl,  t'ne Mayor, Aldeimeu Newman, Gordon and McMahoit. "h  A communication was ioad from the  secretary  of   the   Revelstoke   Water,  Light 'and   Power   Coinpanj% stating  that, lhe directors of the said company  .had hoon'ontpowered to sell to the cor-  poialion of the Uity of Revelstoke, all  the assets',   rights,  privileges,   etc., of  the company, for a sum not lesSMlian  $70,773, the company to retain all honk  cl''ots   and   pay  all .liabilities, and lo  r.'t.'tiii   all- incomes   tin I il , payment is  made.      The   ejlfcr   to  hold good tinlil  September 1st, next:    Tiie communication   further staled  lhat the directors  weie not empowered  to sell any sepe'r-  ate   part  of   tho  plant.     Referred to  special water and light committee.  . Communication  was read  fiom (he  acting  health  officer, Dr. McKechnie,  stilting   that 'he, had   examined1  the  tanks   used  by F.  Saunders and J. C.  Hutchiscfti for scavenger purposes and  found   them   in good repair.      He suggested that  the council provide a new  dumping'ground   as   the, platform at  the, old   place  had been washed away.  Referred   to   public .works committee  with power to piocercl 'with tbej work.  Quotations  were,   received from the  FitcI   Robinson  Lumber Company on  lunibcr for  sidewalk;-*, as follows :    $11  per thousand "-feet delivered, $10.30 at  mill. ���������   Referred .to  public works cum-  milti'i'.  A coniintr.iieation was read from E.  A. Na'sh, Dominion Land Agent,' Kiim-  '.loops, informing the council Lhat.au  appliuition had been "received fur villa  lot No. 47, for the " purpose of a Roman  Cathnliccemcterv, and asking whether  'the. grant could .ensonnbly be protested  ag.'iin.-t,by the city. , Refened to pub-'  lie wc-i ksAointnittee.. The lot refeired  lo adjoins the public cemetery, but is  nearer the public park.  A letter from the school,trustees was  read making the council to appropriate  $13 p.ji- montli as an addition to Pi in-  eipal   Sullivan's   salary.    Mt\ Sullivan  had  received an   offer from the Kaslo  - *  school board of $100 per month but. (he  ..trustees did not want'him logo. Mr.  Sullivan was willing lo remain if his  salary was increased lo $03 per month.  The provincial government had been  asked for $10 additional and in all like-  lihood the .Increase would he granted.  Referred to finance committee.  The health committee un scavenger  work reported Jiat in company with  the health, officer they had examined  the several outfits of" those npphing  for scavenger licenses and found them  in good condition. Acting on this report the council granted licenses as  -night seavengers'lo F. Saunders and J.  C. Hutchison. ��������� '  Tho citv -clerk was instructed lo call  for tenders for th"' labor required for  the construction of pinposed sidewalks.  The public works coini'nittoe were  empowered U> proceed at once with  the works specified in by-law 31.  The by-law to hot row $1000 was fim  ally passed.  The.1 council then adjourned,  were  Most",   of ' tlie.   cil iz'Mi1-  hu fried iy dressed and were? toon on the  x.cein*" of disaster and 'seen lhat, the  south side, i.f tlie. l.iun'i'iiy close to ,lh<-  front, was badly shatteied, spHnlffs (f  which lay fn'r luiiidreds of feet aroiui'1.  The (list --thought, naturally was to go  inside, and see how the Chinamen  fareii, but then it was thought ciangi r-  ous as there might !:o iiiote dynamite  under lhe building. -., After discussing  tlie matter a few minutes one man entered tlie. back dooiyand with tlie* aid  of a. light- which Sing, the "proprietor,'  held, saw a hard " looking 'sight. The  floor at the front 'was broken,, into  wood; and   I ho   whole   place  Massage- Imminent.  CA-c:.*.  VvAsjiivrrr.-iN,  ,,,!  completely  ��������� !���������  Jll'St  w.lieie   I lie  st id; i.i' dymmiile i:������d  Chi.'i t   ua-ih   man, o't  ;n!,e oil  e.l    Li.'i:  '.':,-- ih-  , paili\  sit Un '  l'l  -i, '.villi   his  b.'iex iig mist (i  ie  joist and his legs u\ei Lhe olhcr, with  blood streaming down his face. - Jle  had his bed under a' tabic and no  doubt was tin own witli great force  against it,.for it.' was thrown over and  broken to pieces and allien as h'e fell  back on tlie Hour 'which was just here.  broken   to'   fragments   must have sus-  i 9   ��������� t  tamed very severe bruises.  Tlio Chinamen arc badly scared and  while there are not. many of thoni in  the. district, it is likely they.will,not  take i chances on remaining here. A  great deal of indignation is expressed  in all (juai'te.rs that' we should have  such ru Ilia ns in our* midst. IC-en  those who are bitterly opposed to lhe  Chinamen think the perpetrators of  <lhis deed .should be ' punished,- and'  there is .every reason to .believe thai  they will, although it hunt known yet  who I hey may be.  For ii lime, il was thought Ling  might not recover, but hopes are now  entertained-of his pulling through.iind  thus'sa\e. the--neck of .some'fellow wlu  is, perhaps, of,'less uae '"to the. can-  niuuity than, the' Chin-linen.���������Canterbury Outcrop. ������������������   r '  ii Important  UiXlf  10  tllC?.lAII..l ,       '     ,  D.   C, "Aug, 1 [.--X  despatch receive 1 yei-teid.iy  fnnn Ceu.  Ciiiiile      an nou nciu'g       lhe.        arrival  of    lliii. iclief     fii'rce    .-it,       ]lu    "iii  Wu, 18 miies fioni Pe'kiu on Thursday  hist-and should be within striking dis-  lance of   Pekiii   by  now.     Sir Claude  Mel)6:iald in it   despatch" under elate,  Pekin, Auz. Glh, said thciy had enough  fool lo last for ton days.     Continuing,  he    s; i I, ihe   situal'.im was    despeiale  "iii'l a ut.i-saere. imminent.       Two bun  drc-ei   Kurjpi'.'in.s" arec itrl'he legalions. ���������  The Chincsij government fwn'nled them,  tcj   go' to -Tien' Tsin* but-   they   were  afraid of being massacred en route.  ,  Wasim 'ctox,   D.'C, 'Aug.   IL���������^n '  answer   to   a   note   from ,the Chinese  govern men t   stating    that    Li    Hung  Chang   had   been   apDoitsted   to   treat  '      & < ' , ���������     '  wilh the-powers and'asking ihe'UnitecJ  Slates   to   endeavor  to flop hostilities ,  until '.negotiations    were     concluded.  The'United   States   government sent,  a reply   concluding as follows-:,     '"' NVc  are. readv   to   enter into an agreement,  between   the,  powers and the Chinese.'  government for  a cessation of'' hostile  'demonstrations  on   condition   that   a  saliicicht- body  of forces composing re-  li-'f   expedition be -���������per.tnitted  to enter  Pekin   unmolested-     and    escort    tiie  foreign ministers and residents back to  Tien   Tsin.    ^Thi-i   movement .being  made,    to   provide,   foi  CHINESE BLOWN UP  Dynamite Shatters Their Laundry and  Injures one Man.  One of lhe most dastardly acis ever  committed in the annals of, history in  the Windermere disliict, was petpetra-  t'ed on Sunday evening last at Athal-  nier, .by lhe blowing up of this Chinese  latmdiy. Ever since the war in China  began bints have joshingly been thrown  out lhat the Chi,.amen would he run  out of Alhalnier and it- was cm-ii stated  that their one building would be blown  up, but no on-; even told thoUhimvui.iu  Lhat they were not -vauled or tb.it tlnv  must get out. About half past eleven  unlock-Sunday evening, when practically e\eryone in Athalmer wan in bed  a leport of dynamite vvas heard which  shook many of the buildings in the  neighborhood   and  awoke  those   who  (S.)oci.il to Tit:; jU.ui..) ,  Victoria, Aug. ll--A<h-=jiatch iVe m  Monlieai says : '"An imporlanf ai-  nouncement was made by C LL llos-  tner, directcir of the Centre Star and  War JOagfe mines, also direclor of lhe  Canadian Pacific railway, which conf-  pany handle and smelt oie for these  mines at a ligure which 'is, uuderhlood  to he two ui'ijlion dollars annua'lly.  " llosmer said that shipmenls li tun  both these mines were being held pending the signing tif an ' ajrreeuient ly  which the War liable would teceive,  special ���������lei ins foi t.ransporlation .and  smelting. This JMr. llosnier sail',  vv.ould so ri'diice the cost, of initiiiii**  that il, would be possible lopiofitably  iiiine lower grade , ore than ,has been  done hitherto. Under'thi^. agreeiuei.L  it is liu tber addi'd the War Lagle ,uid  Centre Star would ship a, minimum of  1,000 tons per day.' The L!ack*-to<'k-  Gnoderh.'itn pai Iy who left hi re a week  or so ago is expected to reach Rnsslai.d  by August 20tli, when the deal U expected to be coiistiinniitt d.  Grand Porks smelter opened to-day.  The Surprise Group.  James MrMahon, one of the owners  of the Surpii-e jrroup, vv heie he wilh  his paitnci-: have been Winking I'm-  'some week--, left Un' bis home in P.'y-  elsloke on Monday. Mr. McMahon i.-.  so well pleased wit h t he ore showings  and result-, i'f. th'-ii vvork outheSur-  prise group lhat he will rel urn in t !)<���������  courue of a. iiii'ii-th, and it is ju~t pos-  sihlh.il lhe owueis   will i out iuue siuk-  and secure, by  such   arrangements the  disposition of  troops as shall   bo   considered'satisfac-  lorv by the   generals   commanding the  forces composing the relief expedition."  . London-,    Aug.    1-L���������As    the allies  had   to    rest   for   three days at Yang  Tsun    it    is   supposed  that   a further '  advance,   vvas   begun   on August 10th, -  but'no   word lias   come   through from  Yan^  T.-ai i   since   August 8lli, 'when  the Japanese commander in  a met-sage  -  to    Ta!:io 'under   thai   date, said that  2p,000 Chinese   tiewps had confronted  lhe  allies.  The Japanese losses   on August Gth   ���������  .it , Pei    Tsung   were 300   killed and  ���������wounded     Thc-'Chinese ' left 200 dead  on the. field. ' ������������������      ''  Nkw YoiiK, Aug.'yio.���������The Mussian  ai'liUery opened fire .on tlie American  triiojis. ��������� Uci'oro the: mistake' was discovered many American soldiers had  been killed or wounded by the. Russian shells. ' As ihe Cliitieae fled a  United States regiment entered and  occupied one. oc tin-* Chitiesvj po-siiiuin.  The JUtssiau batterv did not notice  the movement and opened fite plant*  ing shells anioiig-tlie American, troopa.  The Russians were quickly notified  and ceased fire.  Two reliable couriers who left Pekin  on Aug. 1st say the Empress Dowager  fed the foreigners for a few days. The  former' viceroy, Sluing Tung, who i-i  bitterly anti-foreign, arrived with new  troops, according to these coui iers, a-id  planted two batte.'ies on the. wall near  tiie legations. The enemy  shelling and opened a' brisk rifle fite ���������  which was kept up for two days.  lead of the uii-sidiiary hoard  witli p.irly while. t''viitg in gel pro  \ isious w;ts killed.  Boer bupijlies Burned.  ing  lhe  ou lhe lead  I ill working.  1). .Morgan l*- sli  ei'h have built a tiatl  to lh< ii  t:nas--is(ed.     arrang'-.l      for  (piaiter-, and taking   il all  round have  made   good   progress     I his   season ������������������  ]'\M'gUsoii Eagle.  l.'54Tn.-,aV'-'.1;-^Rr.7^^-<-,^7^^.nc,aju.,^?.-7-i^-J������riir..,.-.^<-,rj.,A.-.'^- S'!������--zv p..^w,^-������.  . !"���������*'.,, <���������. f7,i������  his vv inter.  The owii-  iropei ly,  (���������.���������imping  liniti  oppi alii  the 1 lib, instan  del serai  btiriie.il on Sund.iv.  '7."iiUBJ*-;i* .i,WO������FiCrfA*^ U'^ . THE KOOTENAY MAIL  )e 1Rootena\> flDail  puiiLisiiED shmmvekki, v.  ���������AT���������-  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ��������� BY���������  ]{. 1!. OA^IPLSI-ILL,  Pciji>isiii:k .\.vn Pkoj ���������i-iinon.  .scription   Price,   $2.00   Per    Annum  VKRTISIXG    HATES   epiot  cation.  on   uppli-  ������ PRINTING of every kind at most :'o.\son  able rate-, and shortest notice.  ;COUNTS for job printing or advertising  payable on the lir&l of every month.,  mRKSPONDKXCK on all mailers of local  or public interest invited nnd carefully considered. All coiiniiiiniciitioHS to tlio Editor  nui������-l be accompanied by tho name of t lie  writer, not necessarily for publication, bill  as an cv idencc of good faith. ��������� ,  Address  Tit '   KOOTISXAY 31 AIL, -  'Revelstoke,' B.C.  ������������������  Tuesday, augustu, iroo.  As w\u. be seen iti 'anolher column  '-;onir>   rninaus  al .   Al habiicr.   n,   small  ' iovvn ne.if W'in'lei ineie', i.i iN'oilli E .st  Kootenay. pcipttrnted a hi ut;d outrage on   some   Chinamen  living there.  'It is hoped the "miscreants w'i'lbo  caught and sternlv dealt with in the  name of .humanity- and . IV.ti.-h justice.  Jc I ( 'l  The Conservative   Association    of'  '   .Kamloops -has    dropped    the     prefix  ;'" Liherul'to its name, and   will   now' be  ,kno\vn as a1 Conservative   Association  j instead of a Liberal-Conservative Association as   before.     In   doing  so   limy  have set a good example to   the   other  - "   Conservative Associations    lliroughout  the countrv.   ���������>   ' ��������� .  It IS understood that the   Conservatives   of   Yale Cariboo-Kootouay    will  meet in convention'at Jhissland for'I he,  t   .,   c  ���������  - purpose of selecting a candidate for the  approaching Dominion election's. JNo  date has yet been fixed for this convention but it   w'ill   not   take  place,   until  ������ after tlie New Westminster convention.  ��������� The candidate it is rumored' will be  Charles IE. Mel ntosli, who was defeat-  ed foi ythe'local   house   by   Mr.  "Smith  ''Cut lis.  l ~        '       ' '_  lhtmSH Coi.UMlUA might-have been  : saved from the tiials of the: fishermen's  strike on the Eraser River .by a government wise enough to inlet fere, as  the.Maitin government iutei feried,  through the activity of Hon. Smith  Curtis at Rossland.  Tho attempt   was   made  lo   deprive  Mr. Cuitis of any share   of' the   cicdtl  ��������� for   settling   the  strike   at  Rejssi.md. I  ������ - I  '   Even Roger Chile, Q. C, according   to I  the Globe's repot t, vvas small enough to !  omit Mr.' Curtis from his list of contii- i  butors to the settlement or that strike. ���������  Tf Roger Clute,   Q. 'C.   and1  Ralph >  Smith, M. J'. P..   weie   able   to   settle i  the strike without a friendiy inv it alien j  from Hon. Smith Curtis, why did they J  not settle the fishermen's   strike   with-1  out the help of  any   representative   of j  "the provincial govet nuieni :    The inter- J  fcrenceof lhe" .Martin government pro- j  \ided a foundation tor  lhe  seti'enif-rit j  of the strike in   j-vo-jsiaud.    Th"  intc-i-l  i  ference   of   ihe Duii-muir govfruiueut ���������  might li;i' i! provided a 'iiiiilar   found x- !  tion for theearly settlement of -u-ikeon .  the Ftiiser Jlive'r.     Th- activity of the \  Martin government at  le.i-t helped   to j  nettle lhe tumble in  Pow-Lii'l. and the ,'  apathy of the    Dunsmuir   govei uViient j  prolonged the iroubl-* amoug the fi-d.er- i  men at .^tev o.-.ton-- -Toronto Telegram- ,  selecting a candidate to contest the  constituency of Ya!e-Gai iboo, in the  interests of, the Liberal party, at the  forthcoming Dominion geueial elections, and take such action in the  matter of organization, etc., as will  ensure the successful return of the  nominee of' such convention. The  association instructed its executive  committee to issue the call for ii convention and make such arrangements  for lhe holding thereof as* may be  necessary. '  in accordance wilh instructions the  executive committee, at a meeting  held in (hi-: city on Thursday,'Jib hist,,  ���������decided to issue this call to thc'Libcrals  of Yalc-Cariboo-Koolunay to meet in  convention al the Cilv of Revelstoke,'  ou ���������Wednesday, September 5lh, 1000,  at.  10   o'clock   a.m., for   Ihe   purposes  above set forth, viz: tin; nomination of  i .,  a candidate and the consideration of  question.;, of tin.' iii'.-t iin'porlauce,  politically, to this < ouslUueiicy and  pi ovince. < ,  Representation in the convention  wiif be on lhe basis of ten (]()) ik-K-gaten  tin e.iC-iJ 'iiinv lnciai' elecioi-.d disiiict'  vvilhui I lie constituency" of Yale-  C.uibeo.' Tliis division of represenla-  lion ��������� therein .will not preclude the,  presence of as many bu'ntCjktc. Liberals'  as can attend such convention.  In the present state of politics in  this province we as Liberals, working  ,for lhe best interest;-- of the whole  Dominion, and more parliciilai ly this'  pi ovince"' aiis.lt 'constituency, have need  of as free and general expression of  opinion as it is possible to obtain and,  under the ciicumst'ances, this can only  be'had by nieans'of u convention. J I,  is'therefore most desirable thai the  Liberals id Ydle-Cai iboo-Kootenay  take advantage of this opportunity  not alone to unite upon a standard  bearer, but also for -in interchange of  opinions on questions of public import  which will result in a united party and  the triumph of principles which we,  Liberals, maintain are .necessary for  lhe good government and piosp'erily  of Canada. ' '  WHILE THE HEART BEATS YOUNG.  While lhe heart beafs young-, oh, the splendor of  the Fining, '  Wilh  all  her  dewy jewels on,  is not so fair  a  thins;  The faiie=t, raiest morning of the blossom time  of Mails not si sweet a season as the season of .today,  While   youth's  diviner   climate   folds  and   holds  us close caressed,  As vve feel our mothers with us by tlie touch of  face and breast; .  Our bare feet in the meadows and our fancies up  among.  The aiiy clouds of morning���������while the heait beats  youna!  While tlio heart beats yourig and our pulses icap  and dance, <  Wilh^ every   day  a  holiday  and  life  a' glad  ro-  ni.uicc, ' ,  Wc hear the birds with wonder, and with wonder  watch tlieir flight, '  Standing still  the more enchanted, both of hearing ainl of sight, , ������  Vi lien  llicy have  vni.ishcd wholly,  for,  In fancy,  wing to wing  We flj   lo heaven with them, and, reluming, slill  vve ting  The   praise   of   I his   lower   heaven   with   tireless  voice and lur-gue,, ,  Even   as   lhe   M.i=ier   panel ions���������while  the   heart  beats young.  While   the 'lirr.il  beats young!   'While the  heart  '      o bc-ils jou'is!  Oh, green .mcl gold old cailli of ours, with azure  oi (-lining  And   looped   with   rainbows,   grant   us' yet   this  g ia-iv  l.iji or thi-ip;  We ivoulcl bo siiil thy children llnough the shovv-  ��������� ei and the s-Iiine!  So pray we,  lisping,  whispering, in childish love  iird Oust,    ,  Willi our beseeching hantlf, and faces lifted from  die dint,  By fervor of the poem, a.M unwritten and unsung,  Thou gii-cst us an answer, while the heart beats  JOlIilg.  ',  '   .    . 7-J.mics Whitcomb Riley.  LIBERAL CONVENTION7  To Be Hei J at Revelstoke on Wf-dn-"1:-  diy, September 5th.  'J'hc fol'owiug i**. li.'J convention  rail which hu-. been 'L-ued bv lhe  execulive id' the Itevclitoke- Liberal  Asocial ion :  To the. Libera!-! of Yalr-Curihno-  Kijoleiii'.y ;  At lhe s-oli'ciluiion of n uiunbei of  Libciiil Associations in (he elertoi.il  districl of Yale-l 'ai 1000 I he i'ev i-Nloke  Libera! As-ocia I ion, a! a mi-eling heltl  at Revel.-doke on Tile-da v, 7l li in*-!.,  icsolved to i--*sne .1 call lo the bili'-ials  of Yale-Cariboo-Koolenay to assemble  in   convention    for    the    purpose   of  ��������� A.Depaitmcn.t With a Hustle. "'  Notwithstanding the vast amount  of 'additional, work thrown upon lhe  department of agricu!tu:e iy the. e: -  tensive and most crediiablj disjilay  which Cuiadaris making at "the Paris  Exhibition there has been noAibaic-  inent in the regular umtinc: work of  the- department, and in its ever-extending labors in. the interests ' of the  Canadian fanner.' K ich year under  the present prifgreshive minister, has  'witnessed notable expansions in its  spheieof* usefuliuess and labor, ''and  one Itttle iiieideni last vv-'ei; is an excellent illustration of the phenomenal  developm.-nt of this work. Prof. ]hib-  e: tson of the -tafr'uf the expei'ituentid  farm has gone east, to attend to various  departmental m.-itt(-r������.'bul in addilion  thereto lie is^ charge.'! with the establishing of maou-d training schools, the  gift of Sir W C. .McDonald of Mont  tea!, at five centres in Quebec and the  Maritime    Pro^iuc-s.     He     will    also  arrange for  chickcn-faiteriing   illuslra  ... .        -  ti-).".   -tatn-n*-  'in   these   preivmces   cx-  amhic i.nl-) agi-cultural afrairs generally, vi^it, the government creameiirs  in Prince Edw-an' Tsland, and -'ilso inquire intci-the ccjldstorage system eslab  lished by him in Prince Edward Island  for piesP.rving henings caught in thi1-  spring or the yc.ir for,use as bait in the  siuiMii'M" cod fl-hiug.  This iniiova" j.iii i-, ivp n ted bv ihe  1* isherinan - liait .A-iici-iiioii to ��������� e  wm King adiiiira'o!',. .\.s ,\ re-adt of tin:  ceui'-t.'Wit supply of bait thus provided  many irioi" people ai" enabled to engage: in this indit-iti.w and a ncv t-y.i j-i  co-1 liihing is {jiedicicd, The fi-diiji-  men i'n- so pleasecj with this irnpiovi--  menl/tiiit they ate a,king for scien'  til!'; ius'rr.et i-m ,i:id diicelion ;is >o the  best m'1'!-ids of cmirigand ()i*e*-f'i v ing  thr'ir lake.  Tii("-" are all matter-, that have been  either iuaugerated under libera! >ii:-  pices, or have been put, into pi.tcti-al  woiking tinder the prc^-nt minisler:  ��������������� J^sisscrt It Alow;.      e  ���������   First    Yankee���������They    say    Deacon,  Hardslcin was bunkoed down there in  Morlc the other c!������y.   ��������� -���������',-,'  Second   Yankee���������Yes;   some   scamp  sold him a-gold brick.  First   Yankee���������T  -wonder  that   such  wicked people are allowed to'liv.c.  SecomLYuiikce���������So do I, h'gosli.     -   ,  First, Yankee���������Say, what did the den-  con do wJlli the brick?    ���������  Second Yankee���������Oh, lie' sold It to a  ��������� fellow from'Canada on his way home.  ���������Boaloa Courier. "���������  ' C������l>Ie .Tointcrs.  'Cable jointers are clever'specialists  who work for. telegraphic .engineers  nrd con trap! in the nienioeandum of  iigreeinent to go anywhere. . They are  employed ou the,ships of tho ocean tel-  eiii'aph coin])anies, and tlicit duly is to  make, splices and joints in'the cables  which are dragged uj) from the sea i'ot  repairs. 'To those who are not initiated  this would seem to be I'aidy.ensy work,  but it really requires -^reiit skill and  takes years (0 learn. l-"ew aro aware  how liable to damage -undersea cables  are. In tho cifse oil some of the old  lines there is scarcely a,mile of the cable lhat has not one or more joints in  it.  Expert engineers ca n determine in a'  length of thousands of miles to withiu  a \'{i\- feet where ti l1 teak, in a cable is,  the telegraph ship p-Yoceeds to the spot,  which is indicated by a buoy; tlie dam-,  aged lenglh of cable is dragged up,  and the jointers, proceed lo cut out" tho -  fault and deftly splice the cable. Tho  slightest miststke. a'tiny air bubble, in  the rehealetl inc'ia rubber would spoil  the insulatiocr. -'That would mean that  the cable won L'I fail to transmit messages at an Important moment and  that a' ship. Willi all its high priced  scientific stall, .would have to steam  hundreds ' ore perhaps thousands' of  miles to pick up the cable again.���������Now-  York Sun. * ' ���������  The Popularity of Banff-  The popularity of Ifiiiilf i - demoi,-  ���������diated I'V lli"'f,ici thai in I80."> (In1  vi-tors to i.hal. piet.tt' e-qu.1 ---po-* 111011-  li.-red l'!;21: (o the Ycpn-wtonc f'ti'K  for Ihe same year thev weie '1 ITU.  In liSil'i the yi-ii'ii-. to fJanff niunb-'ied  .'^OOO, tho-e lo "i'ello'.Vslone. 2 f!!'{. In  l*-,07  I! 11  11"- vi-llors ilir I i-a-.erl   In   o.OSF,  (hose, tn 'I'ellnwsioiie l,H7i). in IS'OOth'  visilo *- to i 5 1 nil' iitiin '���������>��������� red .">,.">S7. llin-e  lo tb-- Vellovv-toee 2.::ll~. In h'-UO the  visitor's I n 1 Jaril" uiunix-rc t\ 7.'.'Ml. (ho-e  lolbe Yi'llow-toi:,', '.\J')")1. Willi Ihis  (���������(Hi! iiiil'llly iui 1 e i'-ilig I 1 ,1 v c| lo IJiiili'  will e-oiii" more iuf im.-i I e knowledge of  1,11''1' weslel 11 -.,'(" I ion of lhe f )i imilUdll at  l.ir!lfe,and (-.iiiada lhe hand of Thulc,  w ill be kijowii as she is,  Tlie Waves TCIelrcd.  In the old theatrical days, before,the,  introdticrtion of "mechanical waves," it  was the custom, when a sea scene was  wanted, for men to "make"'the* waves  by kicking about' under a green cloth  tacked across the front of-the stage,  'the men being blindfolded to keep tlie  clu-i out of tlieir eyes.  One night u "new 'hand'- was nsked  ui tack lhe cloth clown across the'  stnge. lull iii'-'toad of doing this lie tacked it .'K'I'ijs.s the curtain. The wind  whNtlcd. the thunder rolled, nnd���������(ho  curtain went up, revealing a body of,  men lying 011 their hacks, kicking for  their l.ves.in-dond of lhe sail sea waves.  The roai's of laughter from the audience may be heller imagined than described.  Knij'.-ti ie Nil 111 (���������(! It Miiirc'iifii.  Mine. MncM.'ilion had a fortune of  her own, nnd when her husband became president of lhe J-'ronch republic'  they "iiteriained most splendidly. She  gave not only Iho o/lie-ial dinners rind  hails. Out one or j wo private entertainments c.'ich we"l:. She became as devoted a Catholic as her husband.  When ."'fac-.M.-iIioij saved lhe French  nrmy at Lulfalona, he won the ni.-ir-  shnl's baton and iho title of Due dt; Magenta. The- duchess was obliged (o  seek the Kmpr":.s Fngcnle and "o.y-  pi'esH her .sentiineiils." She wore for  the audience a dress of reddish violet  Aftlvef, (he color of a rich amediyst.  The empress admired (he color, which  v.'is new, and suggested It should be  called iii.'igeiil.'i In compliment lo (he  new diK-h"*.';. Af (he1 Imperial dinner  given lo (ho oHiters of (he Italian c.'iin-  jifiign she wore a velvet train of the  uew color,  =vp=>    4-^=^    'K3-"33^  ARGE    AXD    WELL    LIGHTED  SAMPLE'ROOMS.   Heated by  ',:*������S- hot air anel clreli'iu bells  an  light in every recin.    Free Le.t nice t. 11  Irain-i. ' -  . REACCKA3LE   i:/.7ES.  X;<;ht (Jrill i:oe;iii in c' nnr.-liun fcr lire  ,i;o!iveni'jiiC'e of ift:o-t-������ ni-riv inj,' ,-u:d dc-  liai-tiiig by liifiiit tiain--. Hoiirly,slre.tl  Liir bclvvcin hotel iuii! viatica.  JOHN V^ PERK3 PROPRIETOR ���������  REVEtaTOKE, B.G  m  "'^^^'.g^B^^^^.^f^^'-^-^-'  ab3akamsgk bros.  . ; prop;s. *  ���������'  Newly'built. Piis|,.e!as������  in evei'v resiH-c t. ' 'All  modern couv i nienecs.  I aige sample rot ins. Fiic-  pioof    safe.        l<]ieo 'tuis  Lnder same n:.'iii,'ige:i:ci:l:  QUEEN'S. HOTEL,  '    '    THOL'T U.Y.E CiTY    "  Q-O^G-O OOO OOO 0-O~0-0<K><>H>0<)-0'CK>OH>C"0  "" ,r    ' ' ' ��������� - ' Newly Built.  ^$1 PER DAY^-^. ���������   Lif^0dugL^ct:'icity '  ,   ,    ,'���������'���������. '"','' '    ������$&    ' '  R. OALBY, PftOP!.R:  X      Wines,' Liquors and -fct-   UAJjiii 1',,   JtJrlKJr"H,'. i  Y      Cigars. '",,.��������� -   '       . - T  0 0  a-ENTAL: HOTEL  J. A. Stonk, Proprietor   ,     -1    Z-������ ������ :   Rales, $ 1 per day   '.   Electric lighted, furnace heated  "Newly biiijl unc] furni'shed. . . .  ]rinest and   besi.  supplied   bar'.  in the cit)y  .������������������ Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C.  1   'MOMfOQH- ������n   PH     Furnilurc and Undertaking;     ���������  1.   riUVvOUN'QC   UU-,  Repairing & Upholstering Done  ''.* , ,��������� * 1 .  W.-n I'linn-ic in connee-lion for sloratreVif family and 1 1 her I'm nit ure,  I run Us, etc., at monthly or other rales.      Agents for 1 lay inon (brew  ing .Machine  IRE'VIEIEiSI'OIKIIE] ST_A.rPTOjST,j3.G  m^'-j.ji^Lira:  Established I88C.  MeLsnnan, MeFeely. & Company; limited  r.corporated 1895.  Dawson," Y. T.     4 Vancouver, B. O. ���������  "'  IMPORT IS I IS AND .lOUHHIia OK  - , j i  Iron,   Steel,   Glass,   Paints,    Oils, 'Metals,   Sioves,   Tinware,   Guns, etc.,'etc  WE MAKE A SPECIALTY   OV  SUPPLIES for Mines, Mills, iJlaeksmii'hs  llailroads, Coiilraclors, Luinberiiu'ti, etc.    Agents for:  -  Giiiiil I'avvder Co.      Kairbank-ScnltM.      ]>eiiiit'U.'s  Kngli.-!i l''ilse.      Majestic    ���������     .  Jitcul Htuiitus.      Clinton Miniiuj; Slcel.      .Spooiier'.-j Coppuiinc.  Rbsistered Trademark  " Sunset."  tcs������������c=as:  ~>uzniif^..j^v?������*x  THE B. 0., ASSAY AND' CHEMICAL, SUPPLY- CO. (LIMITED),  (Late jr.'icFnrkino & Co.)  VANCOUVER,    B.C.  We are .Maniifael urei-: nnd direct' lniporters, and carry a larj/e .stick of  Balances, Kurnnccs, h'ire C'lay jjjoi d<, Seientilic ami Practical Jiooks, Glas-,ware,  Phil in in n floods, Acid.". Chemicals and all otlierAssayer's and Miner's reijiureinents  Sole Asjeulsi lor JMmgan Grucihle Companl, Uattersea, Becker Sons' Balances, etc.  ('.���������lliilotfi'ii'nnd full partienla rs sent on application.  THE   MOLSONI  m.9  Incoi'pcirated bv act of Pailiatnent 1855.  IllAM) OI7PICK "- - ���������    MONTREAL  W.m. M(ii,KpN Maci'Ukijso.v, Pi'cs.       S. II. Ett'ixc, Vice-Pres.  .1 amics liMjiuT, General Manager  PAID  UP CAPITAL - - $2,170,000  RLSLRVL '  -    ,      "    " " " 1.850,000  Kcnoii'.l banking li:iiiiic>-s lriuisaclu.1.    Intoresl iiilejvvecl on ileiio'<i(>< at, cir.'i'enl rates.  J.D. HOLSON. Manager.  REVELSTOKE, B. 0.  Now and Then  There couit"-;t time now-and iIvmi when every ^eiilleinan   feels the n'*ed   of an'  j except liinally -i\li-������h and W'll-pi'.l.-l oe;et hi'r sui! of idol lies.   The occasion  may   he  ,-i   weddiiiLr. a. 1 "cept ioii,  a   journey  or  some  other important-  I unci ion.    Thai   is  the  time   to avoid.a   chance   iil.     That is lhe lime?  ahov e all ol Iter-. I o ijive ! he oi del' lo me.  R. S. WILSON, The Tailor. THE KOOTENAY MAIL  l/JL  MEMORIES  ,  One fpadding day wc pessed  Acres', Hi? mew. , ���������   .  Cay in tiie.f.iir Vliils^vcilel.   '  Vo fol't tlio Icon winds blew  An.l -aw the fiost Hakes vliilled,  But ri'.er.t love ;:t last  In two liu-hcd lieaits laughed lovr.  Alone, sad, old, I so  Across life's weary wastes of snow.     ''  ' 2.  In June wa wandered through.  A leafy sl.idc  Glad with the summer's song;        ! -. , ���������  The meivy breezes strayed ' ' ,  Light healied all d.-iy long; '  i  From hawthorn boughs they blew"?  The blossom���������not to fade,  But garland mc; arrayed  Thorcvvitli I pass death's somber- shade.*  ���������Madame.  ���������c$oOo$oOooo^o^o^o$o^o0o$  ;| A YANKEE COAT. I  ^ Ey Francis SI. Hardy. ^  O O'*  Even a woman could have seen that  Ki'el, Moore was drawing small pleasure,  from hir.; pipe.      ' '.  "I reckon the doclor'spuke the truth  nnd I've got to do il, but it's the devil's  own luck.  "Of course,1 I can't help the fever nor  tlie fever leaving me weak as water, t  , ami I know I ain't lit and vvnut rest.  "A  fortnight's holiday?   "Well, I can  'manage the time, but how'about inon-  '"    ey?   Spriug L:iko*r,-ill cat'up a $30 bill  In less than ten days." *    -  Uere pipe was abandoned for a moment while pockets we're emptied.  ,    "Five,   $10,   $20-and   another  $20-  tliat's, $40; this silver will make about  ''   ?'2���������$42; 'more than'I thought, hilt not  enough.-   Still,  I  can make it do, per-  ,liaps: bandit nil. I must." ''     ��������� ..  Ned Moore's face cleared a moment,  but only for;a moment.*     .  ��������� ���������     "What about clothes?    I must have  or-.Citiew rig��������� must, but, how?  "I, hate-to-do it, hut, bang me, if I  "    see any other way.,   And the price vvas  '  * only ^(j; dirt cheap. "' Anyhow,  who'll  know  the rig is secondhand?   ,Aud if,  .any one does guess,'what the devil do I  ��������� ��������� <--aro?"  After    this    ^declaration    of.' iude-  '_ prudence';  Ned 'Moore put-on his hat,  put out  his  pipe and  hurried around  the, corner  to a   secoudhand   clothing  ' shop,     lie  vvas a  bundle ,of coutrasts  ;    cud    .contradictions,'  this    handsome  bachelor of  2S.   , lie could  bully  his  pipes,  dogs., tire; could  scintillate wit  and 'talk himself'into smiles or tears���������  when  uMoue.    But,  lacking the shelter.  .   of home'and stimulus of solitude.' he  "was  a   different  creature.,.   IJashful���������  blushing like a young girl when spoken  , to���������and  hopelessly bankrupt in strong  talk of men or small talk of women, he  was generally regarded as cold, proud,  awkward, morose,    lie was nothing of  the  kind���������nierely-self conscious,   that  -w::s all.    Hut in his case a small fault  was enough   to  vvoyk  much  mischief.  Indeed   this   habit   of   self   centering  thought  had  made the poor fellow an  easy victim to-fever and laler-delayed  convalescence.     And   for   this   reason  his'-doctor  insisted  that  when  he did  ,visit   the seashore he should stay atji  ,   fashionable hotel.  When Ned Moore arrived at the sec-,  otidh'tnd shop, he made the painful  discovery that,the blue serge suit Ik*  wished to buy vvas-built for a 'man  twice his size. It vvas his (irst experience, however, 'with a secondhand  clothing merchant, and constitutional  bashi-'uli'.ess made him an easy victim.  Ten minutes later he left that shop  the owner of,a tweed lounge suit,  handsome, it is true, but a combination of yellow,and black aggressively  ������������������horsy" In color and pattern. He did  , not' like the ' filing; in fact, positively loathed the bizarre' combination  Of color and cut. Unfortunately the'  . salesman said it was the lliing for him  to buy, it ml of course he bought it.  Moreover, he vvns (old to buy, ttiuruid,'-  {i p;llr of Ian colored shoes' nnd It sti\*w>  hat encircled by a black and yellow'  ribhen.  When Ned .Moore caught his" first  view of the crowded veranda, of the  Monmouth House, lie wished ho hadn't  come, and after working his way  through a bevy of pretty girls surrounding the1 main door ho decided to  skip dinner in the big dining room and  Mip modestly in the small cafe.  Twilight deepened while he dined,  ftlld there came to the ex-invalkl with  the gathering shadows a strange longing for companionship. Indeed the  loi'.elihess of the room soon grew painfully oppressive. Through the open  v-'indow came Ihe heavy salt nir. hearing to his ears the mingled talk tthd  In light el* of the many people oil the  Pilildrf. He could see the after" dinner  crowd drifliim; lustily along the broad.  Handy beach iiiiii. fiulhcr mviiy. many  Isolated ������������������couples." busy, any one could  wo, retelling (lull old story which re-  im'U'k its youth with each feneration.  Lad the old tiuiod still held Ned Moore  In bondage he would have gone for it  walk under lhe pines across the lake  and moped and smoked. Hut tonight  new feelings possessed him. He was  dominated by a newborn desire to  ���������dray nearer the heart of life���������to come  In closer touch,witli that crowd of pretty women down by the sea. Aiid so he  paid his bill, put on his hat and was  soon one of the multitude. '   ���������  True, once or twice lie did feel a trifle nervous as this new drawing toward  the fair sex increased in strength, ami  something whispered he vvas taking  big risks. It was this feeling, perhaps,  which led him to quicken his steps,  and lie was soon clear of the crowd.  But at tbe very niome.nl vylion he fancied his, feelings were well'in hand he  came suddenly into the presence of the  prettiest woman he had ever seen.  She vvas all alone and, half reclining on  '.lie sand, was gazing steadfastly across  tlie sea rto where tbe harvest moon  slowly lifted out of the great' waters.  Before he know,what he was doing  \'ed Moure had stenped behind tho ghi.  dropped on the, sand,  slipped'his arm  around her waist and. was giving her,  r.:i old fashioned hug.  - That the young: woman took Uindly  to  tins embrace, was  ip'tickly  proved,  for   her   hea-j   dropped   against    Ned  'Moore's   shoulder,  and   a   little   hand  stroked    his   yellow   and' black   coat  sleeve.     Moreover, the young  woman  murmured   loud   enough  to   be' heard  above the rush of the, surf:  "Yes. darling!"    .   ' ,  1 Nod   Mi,"ore  could   plainly   hear   his  heart beating, but he couldn't, to save  his .life.-get a  grip ou , words.    i)o  he  hugged the girl again."   She roomed to  read the rigid meaning iti his silence,  however, for she whispered: '  "Such' a heavenly night, Isn't it,  sweetheart?''  "I must say something," thought Ned  Moore, and he, was on the point of  speaking when another man spoke for  him:     ' ,      "  '  '''Well. I'm darned!" ' '  \And when Noil-Moore looked up he'  saw facing him a man'about his own  size and build���������a man' whose' face wns  ���������livid with passion.1 The intruder didn't  give .Ned long to think, however, for  he hurst out:    ��������� A '  '-'W.liat is this, Nell?    ^Vhat in thunder"��������� >     ' .   '      A   '  ��������� He got no further, for. with a shriek,  the young 'woman sprang away  from  Ned Moore.    When she faced him, she  looked  an  enraged  tigress.    She was  too angry for words"  "Answer me, Nell���������answer!"      i  "Oh.  it's all  a  mistake���������a  dreadful  mistake!" cried the young ���������\voinan. -  "Mistake?   Nonsense!" . ' ,      ���������  "No.  truth,  Jack,"   and   the  pretty,  tear stained face was lifted toward the  angry man.   "I was sitting "here," she  ran on, her roice tremulous, "waiting"  for you. and I had just dreamed my  way hack tocla..st summer'aud was, oh,  so happy, living,over those dear, sweet  days,   when   somebody,   so   like   you;  passed between me and the sea, fitting  in. oh, so true, with my sweet dream!  Then   an' arm   stole   around   me���������the  'same old yellow and black coat sleeve,  and"���������                          ���������  "Why, bless my soul," cut in the an-,  gry lover.'eying Ned 'Moore Intently,  "you've got on myohl courting rig! I  see it all now. Nell. dear, don't say another word. IKsAll my fault. I'd no  business to sell teat dear old courting  coal.    It was rank sacrilege!"  For an a-wful moment Ned Moore had  been trying lo settle in his own 'mind  whether he vvas dreaming. To find he  was not lifted a great weight from  his mind, and he joined his new acquaintances in a hearty laugh. Then  he said: ' ^  '.'Anil.you "forgive me, then, both of  you?"  "Why. of course we do," cried Jack  and'tNell. iwuY then Jack continued:  "It's,my skitti'shhlack and tan courting coat that played the deuce with  both of you. How did you get hold of  It?" .  "Bought It secondhand, but I'll make  yoii a 'present of the whole outfit ns  soon as I get back to" my own modest  clot hen. Holiest. I hnveti't klioWU myself since I put the wild rig oh."  ��������� Jack s.'lid he didn't want the coat, but  his sweetheart timidly remarked:  "Yen; hike it from him, Jack. Yoti  must. I'll never feel quite sure of myself while that coat belongs to another  man.",  Ned Moore found something more;  than health at tlie seashore���������found his'  heart. Anel he returned to New York a  new mati. Something, time soon testified, had opened.bachelor eyes to the  loveliness of woman, tlie loneliness of  bachelor life, for in six months he married���������married and settled down to hard  work and home life. But for reasons  the nature of which be did not explain  to his little wife he never parted with  his own courtiug coat, even when its  days of active service had departed.��������� =J  Chicago Times-Herald.  4HM"*###4i#4?#4f#4'^  <      !���������     (���������     S     t-    ���������:    C-     ������    *     J     1'    B     ,;     C     *      !_-    tl     ������������������������     <r     ���������������    f,     ft     *     S     3     s!  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"worJs^-tnaii a  why w������  ~*j  **s  <~* > a -7 j J  ^ ���������?..:.'.  ." v. ^  'i  t.   !,  '������**"  ..ousy. -  ts the- same as-good printing,  "enor:, 2ST  therefore -'why , not' get, ������the  est.  ���������prices are always reasonable.   ,v; if  in tieed  ts*  - ������  ������a������  n  <&  4������3t  2naviyiaii,Keveis  DAILY TOURIST  GARS  To   ST.   PAUL,  Wednesday  and Sunday  To TORONTO;  .  And  Every  Friday  To     MONTREAL     and  BOSTON,  n.-issiirj" RevcMokc .is follo\vs :  t O ii  Kootenay, Railway &  ��������� fiavigaiioR Company  Jjimitcii.  " Operating Kaxlo & Slncim ltnilvvny,  Inli-rmitioiial Navigation & rrailmg  Compiuiy: ^ '  Schedule oi" Time-Pacific Standard Timo  K.'lcclivc Fob. 1st, 1000.  Kaslo & Slocan Kall-vvny  Pii-iscii"'-!' train for Panclon and way .stations  lonv.is Ic7i-*1i'iU"-n.m.; dully, mtiiriiiim'.Jwivcs  Sauilini nl l.lo p.iii..arrivir.jjat tvasio -i.oo p.m.  rai-v"-iatio:ial FaviEatieu and Tradins  Compaiiy  IAN STEAMSHIPS  . Hoyal ?vlail Lines.   <  Cheapest Route to the Old. Country.  ..ALLAN LINE-From lloiilrenl '  "  ���������rimisinn   ---.���������-..      June 30  N-.iiiiuliiui        - -  ,   - .   -      -      July 7  Cni'iiitliiiin '" I      , '      "14  Parisian    -      -   . -      - - "21  Tunisian    -'    - - -,,    Amr. 1  DOMINION L1NK-  Yruieouver -  iJoinininn  Cam brum'.in  -From Montreal.  ���������      -     -    Jly.  IJKAVEll LIXE-Froni Montreal.  Lake Cliiunplain  Lake MeyiiDlK;  ���������  ��������� Lake Superior  Lake Ontario  Lusitauiis,    -  July i  "   11  "   IS  AH?  1  ; oi  iCootenay Luke tiinl llivei*.  Ojici'.iliii!  S S lNT.-llN.vTlo:."-VI. Iciivc.1- IC:i-<le for N< lh:m  nl ti n'.in. diely f.vot-pt Snntliiy; reUirtmiK. Iwivctf  N'e^iiti nt -l.:iii p.m.. culliiiK at 1 ultoiir,-��������� not  !>iiv, Ainsvvoi'lli. rncl a:i vvny poinis; connecl.-!  wit'li S. K. vt N. fi-itin to nnd trom fepoluine, at  IdveMilol'tihil. ' l .,  Lardo-Duncan.Division  AMVAl   ALISKKTA.  95IWIHHM1 Allierlii leaves Knslo for. Lnrdo and  A wnta ut !i::m p.m. AVecliiesilays.  Sleiitiiers call nl pnneipnl landings _in   both  directions, and at nt.iier lioints vvlien tit;iialle<i.  'i'ickels.-dUt loall poin!*- in  t'litnidii tiiul lac  United Stall1--.  i   "I'd  .iseeriai'i  iiddi'u.-N-:  liilla nn-    ->ipct.  The low lying level .of Lincolnshire,,  l'highind. is iiccouiUahle for it curious,  diflieiilty ill ^leitford���������nilliiely. the nb-  seiice of boys with choir voict-s. The  Itillnetlee of a hilly environment in de*  veloping singing talent has long been  well known, and even in the middle  ages it was not uncommon for boys to  lie sent from the highlands of Scotland  lo supply the treble and i.''.o in continental cathedrals.���������London Standard.  "Basuboir.1  _*.  ./  4r"  S if  rules   ami   full   information,  liOW.RT I11V1NO,  :\l.',ii,iger, ICuslo, H. C.  u  Westbound 21 :B4-,"    ^^ Facifis Navigates Co. L'd  IMPERIAL   LIMITED.'  ra^senpeio ticketed llirouprh to nil pa.-is of  Grent Ih-itiiiu nail Iruliuul. and at specially low  f.ile-.to all-parts of I lie Kiii'opean colitiiicht.  Ajnily to iicaruit railway or sleauiship uijeiit ol'  to  T.  \V. EXADaHAW, Agent, Rcvelfitckc  T^TTyl  E  T^k_SL3������j  S. S. "Lardeau."  LiiiniiiiK lii-lwcen AiTovvlicail and The in.-.-ii'-  Landing ecnimeneiiiK .lime Kl, l'jtxi, will ������,ii| ie>  lolliiw-. (went Iter pei'inittint,'!: u  Leave Arrovvlionil lor Tlicin-oli'*- Landing  unci Coniiiplix at 7k. daily.  Leave Thomson's Linidui-j-iuicl (.'onmijliv for  Airovvlicad in 17k. daily, connect ing with till  C. P. I!. IimIiiu nail bouts.  The owner*1 reserve the right lo chuiijjc tinica  of J-;iiliii(,'.-i vviiliout notice.  TIIK l-'llKD ltOUINSON Ll'MHKll t'U. LTD.  F. IIOl'.IN.HON,  Jiiuiayinx Ilireelor,  P.iuiphh-t.-- fi!!iii*-!ii'(l free  . J. COYLE, T. W. BRAD3HAW,  ' A. G. P. A.���������, Agent,  Vancouver, B.C. Revelstoke,  AI-ASKA    nOUTE.     '  St(a:iii-i-< for M'l.ingeL Jtuu-.-iu iind ^k.KiWiiy  h jive Vlrloria  Hvory "Wodnosday at S v.'r.i.  -,ui.-l Viineiitn or  Every Tlsus-stlay at V, jt. re.  S("inii<M'-. I'd!1 Nni'lherii   HiilWi  Coliuiil'i'i l'"i'l--  leiivc Viclori'i 'iti'l Viineoiiver vveeLly.  ���������Iiiti'., etc., "ii iipi'licalion 1"  ('.. S. HAX'i'KK.  General Pii-tscngei-'Ageiil.  Victoria. 15. U.  Highest Cash Prica Paid for  v'F  All .--liipniciil- .f.'i;  MK.ii a-, lii.-y ,-!t :ive.  -.lii'i-d.    l'i' 'm'-n   ill"'  l-'ildiii".1- ;:< 'nl-   I..  Viiii  -li i-il.i Lf-i'P  \ mi jr< I li'ilii  I  n. \\  1 i  WiE**-.!  !���������' i<  i-.ii. 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BORN.
Fn-'tc��� At Arrowhead, I). C, on'Sunday, Aug. 12th. 1900, the wife of
Chief -Engineer,' Fife, of tbe s. s.
Kossl.'tnrl, of a daughter.    ,, -
LOCAL AND PERSONAL BBIBFS
Dan- Alton  was a visitor from Field
tyesterday.     -  '
W. B.'Pool,,came  up from Ferguson
Sunday,night.
1]..'Perry   Leake   has   gone   lo the
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, coast on a,visit.
'. " D\: Pag.il said " farevvei! ". to'a'large
and attentive "congregation Sunday,
evening.
A sitting of the? Supreme Court will
be held'at Revels! oko oh the 2.">lh day
of October next.
Pure lime juice of very b'j*-t qualily
makes a wholesome,a nil cool drink, ill
Canada Drug' T3ook fr Co.
Fumis-hcd  rooms .'to  let.    Apply   to
"J.  C.    lltitchiion,   opposite   Salvation
Aituy barracks. o ���.  ��� ,
T. J. Lcndruni "of the Kootenay
Smelling anil Trading Companv was
in lhe citv Saturday. �����
The annual meeting of the \V. AT.
U. is being held thi-* afternoon at the
home of -Mrs. A. X- Smith..
3liss . .Millard returncn ye.-ierdav
morning fro in ber home in N"\v
Westminster,   where   .-lie    hits-   been
spending her vacation.
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^Miis Robinson who hits leceived fhe
appoint men fc   on   tbe   school   --t-iil'  in.
place   of   JMiss   Glover,   arrived   from
the coast yesterday morning.
Excellent chance to get a boys own
or girls own annual for only $1.00, just
a few left at. Canada Drug it Book Co.
,-L. 'II. Buck, G: E., received inslruc-
lionson Saturday to proceed at once'
with the survey of tbe proposed Big
Bend wagon road. He lostno'time in
getting to work, leaving yesterday for
���the scene of operations.,
���'Mr. J. Simmons, C. P. P. engineer,
who is moving his family fiom Rogers
Pass lo Revelstoke, has purchased
Dan Allan's house on'Second street,
formerly occupied by Mr. S. L. Saunders.
The funeral of Alfred Milner, infant
son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Buker, took
place on Saturday afternoon at two
o'clock' .from the,"Methodist church,
Rev. S. J. Thompson conducting'I be
services. A large number-6f sympathizing ft lends were present.
Theie will be a congregational meeting of St. Andrew's ��� Presbyterian
church on Tuesday evening next at S
o'clock for the. purpose  of  moderating
a call to ;i minister.     The   Presbvterv
' , i,    -      *-,
of Kamloops will 'meet in the church
Wednesday' morning at'10 o'clock to
consider the call."
, Commencing to-morrow the Street
Car Co. will change their time of running. In future the. street car will
leave the Hotel Victoi ia at S.30, 9.30,
10.80, 11.30. .32.30, '1.S0, 2.80, 8.80,-1.30,
5.80, G.80, 7.30, and ,8.30. Returning
vviil leave the station al.9, 30, 31, 12, 3.
2, 8,;-l, 5, (i, 7, S and 9 o'clock. Fare 10c.
3d tickets for 91.00.
The annual liiectingoi' the Kamloops
District of the Methodist Church will
he in session during Wednesday .and
Thursday of this week. ' in this city.
There are   ten   AJethodisl 'ministers in
' tbe district most of whom are expected
to  be  present,     hit:   (,'.   F. Landmark'
'and Rcv.S.J. Thompson will represent
Revelstoke.1 There -vviil he a public
ni'eeling'oii Wednesday evening in the
church, and .on Tliutsday the sessions
in the morning, afternoon and evening
will be open to the public' "
School ie-opeii"d yesteiday with, a
full stall' of. teachers, viz., Principal
Sullivan, Miss Smith, Miss Millard,
Miss. Edgar and Miss Robinson, who,
has been engaged by l ho school trustees in place of Miss Glover, vv ho has
tesigned. T. J. Graham and R. IIuvv-
son, school trustees, were present fit
the opening. After' working ia couple
of exercises tbe .children were dismissed. Teachers and pupils ��eltled
down to work in real earnest this
morning.
Corporation, of the City . ol Bev-
elsioke.'    ��� ^
TENDERS  WANTED.
OKA!,!':!.)' TKNUiCIiS endoi-.-ed '���Tender for
r) Sidewalks" will be received by the undei-
sTgned up t-.j noon cm Friday August Llh, -for
the con.-lrncf ion of iihoitt 700(1 feet of Sidewalk,
erossiiigo etc. in sections vai-yins <>;��V1 �����'���'> to
aonofeetin leiifflli. The irrading will be clone,
mid mat erial fiirnislicd, by I lie city,
l-arlic-'ilars ean be oUtaiae.d at the olliecof the
undersigned. '���".,, ,   ,, ���
The citv does noi,,Jjiiid  itself  lo accept the
lower or any tender., ,  c ��� STfAW
, City Clerk.
Rcvi-Woko Augu-t l.'Uli lima.
CKUTl I'TCATL OF 1M PKOV KM KXTS.
XOTICI'..
Ifardpiin r.Iinei'iil Clniin. silitiitein tlio lievel-
sloke Alining Division of West Kootenay.
Where loenteil, on C'arue.i Creek.
'Take notice that I, .1. M. Kellie, free miner's
eertilienle No. H. 1J��!)7. intend, sixty flays lroni
lhe date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a cerlillenlo of iinprovomonts, for tho
purpose of obtaining a Grown grant of the
above claim, '  ' ���     , ,.       "    ,
And further lake notice Hint action, under
seetion .')'/. imi'-t be coiiiiiieneed before tho,
issuance Of .such certificate of improvement*-".
Dated this 2iih clay of J ttly. V.VW.
.1. 31. KKLLTIi.
For S���
Our livery and freighting obusiuess
with stage line and' mail ��� contract in
connection, including "lo head of.
horses, harness, saddles, stages,'freight
wagons and ore sleighs.
Any part of ahovso sold to suit pur-
chasm". " Fur particulars apply to
CRAIG and, HILLMAN,
Thomson's Landing, B. C.
Kootenay Lodg-e
No. 15 A.F. 65 A.M.
Thereguhirniccling-3
-*\\vv>>"       are held in the Mas-
ACAi-?i       onicTcinple. liou'riie
^A^&^^nalLoii  the    third
^NsS^****=Jlonda.j'   in   each
iiX\5��j 01011th   at   S  p.   in.
SSsAs���' Visiting   brethren
=s--- .-'   "  eordially welcomed.
IT. J.'PRATT Secktstaky.
REVELSTGKS X.ODGI3,1. O. O. F., No. 25.
>~, -ti5 ���,���     '0 T!c^tilat'meetings iiTC held
_^SfXSv:^-t;S~k.4   in O.l-'lfellows' ITall every
&W?-i^Z'&^3b* Thiuvday night at.  eight
t^if^^-^^y/^C- o'cloek.   yisiting brothers
^siZJFX'X^P*   eordially welcomed,   y   ,
N. T. EDWARDS. N.G.       J.' -V. STONE, Sec
SSLKISK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Tuesday
.   . ��-r-^=^    evening in Oddfellows'
/^  W)        W^^^lIsiW    at'   S    o'clock.
'y/     y/^SSS?**^.      y) Visiting brethren cor-
fc^-g?' ^^Ss^dially  invited   to  at
tend.
W. JIATH1E, Sec.
"Vot;'can get everything r*.'(?uired in
jjchool Mijiplies such ag slat.es copy
booli^ sciibblers peticils"tlu> hi lest edi-
tioiis.,of reader-4 at the Cnn.ida Drug Ac
Uook' Co'.-
Mij-s Winifred Jobivton, Mi���= Ida !���'..
,McLe(!d,.iui(LMrs. )'. il. M. .McDonald,
of l-'roili'iicton. N. 1>.. vvciv vi.-iloi-- in
the   city   Sunday,    re^i-l.'ivd-   at    the
] ti'Vi'l-ldkc.
('apt. T.tylor relumed fiom ,\ flip lo
lhe coast Satiudav 11101 ning. accompanied by bis broliier h'red. wlm lim
jti-t ari'ived ftoin a trip around the
world, via, Vancouver. '
There   was   a   ceiebr.it ion     by    tb"
Worth}-   Brethren .of the Wigwam on
Saturday evening, in honor of Mrolh'-r
Pica id's   success   at   the    rece.it   lifl.
meet at the coast.
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The band boy,-, returned Sunday
night from their outing at Comaplix
and report having had an A 1 time.
Th'-ie was a general scramble Saturday-
moriiins t" catch, the south train, some
of the boys orily succeeded in coniplet-
ina their toib't as th'- t rain arrived at
its destination. Reaching Arrowhead
about S o'clock they breakfasted and'
enl:ver"'d the-town by Tendering two
or three lively airs. Boarding the s. s.
Lardeau they proceeded to Thomson's
Landing and fiom there to,Comaplix
wiit-re they spent the. cldy in practicing
athb'tic sports'. Jn the evning, the
ri-aid'-nts of (Jotnaplix boarded the s'. s.
Archer and a -cfiw which was pti>hed
ahead and --larted off for a moonlight
exeiirii.!'! .down lhe lake.' Th'.-i e wei e
over )(XI ii-M'-oii.", on hoard -.'iinon^
whom were a number from Thorn-ion's
Lnitding nnd Aimwhead. D.inciug
w,*is imlulged in by oil" ami all on
lioaid the .'-cow to the lively .iccom-
paiiini")il of the baud. The parly re-
l ui-ned .1 boitl liiitliiighl, the band bo\ >
remaining .it, Aimwhead wheieliiey
-pent Sunday ina<pii''t L--I w.iy.
������������ �����  ^w      ��������� ������-
Conference Concluded.
COURT MT. BEGBIE
I. O. F, No.' 3161.
Jlccf*1 in the Oddfellovvs
Hall on' the second and
fourth Mondays of each
month. Visiting brethren   invited   to  attend:
a w.'mttciiell,
n. s.
ANALYTICAL CTiraUST AND      ,
'      ASSATEH. "" ' -" ���-
lloyal School of Mines. London.'
Seven ye.uv- at olorf.i Works. Swansea.
���   Seventeen   years   Chief:   Chemist to "\V igan
Coal iind Iron'Co., Eng.
Late '.'IicmiiliUKl A^-ayor, Mali Mines. Ltd.
Every rlc--<f:i'ipiion   of as��.iy  and  aiiitlytical
vvot'l* tuidei't.iken.
(,'liiiins i-x.i nlined a ml reported upon.
IlKVEb-STOKi:, IL C. ' J
W.  CROSS,  .M. D.     .
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! SCKflKON To TMI-; C. I'. It., CITY HEALTH
OKKIfKK.
OIII<.r-: T.i>I.ir iJiuek, Mackenzie Avenue.
REVELSTOKi
W'enre. in receipt of an invitation to
attend the annual Spokane Industrial
Exposition, !o be held Oct. 2nd lo Nith.
Among the at Ir.ictions this year will
be the Roval ."\farinc Band of Italy.
The union Methodi-t and Presbv-
tcri.'tn Sunday vlmnl picnic wai held
Fiiday iif'terncon on I be recreation
ground.--, being well nl tended by tbe
children, and their friends, of bnl h
fhurches.     An   enjoyable    lime   wab
The nsinu.il m-eting of the Br-iti-b
Coli-iiiihia Medical A- -ocial ion, .which
lijitl been in .-e-sion Thur-d.i.y and Friday at \"ancouver concluded it- bu-'i-
net-s Frlflay aftei noon. In the evening
tlie medical men of Ihe city entertained
the visiting members at .1 hancjuct in
(he Hotel Badminton, which was a
happy termination t(; a profitable
occasion.
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Oki'IC!:s :     Mol.-iov -.   i!,\.vic    Ilr.oeh",    I!i:v��-.i,-
-,'ioKr-, i:. <'.
M'.iiiev lo loan.
Ollice-: Itcvelsioke,/!.(!.; Fort Steele. U. ('.
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lievelt-tokc; Jj, U, Furt hStpcle, J^, L',
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P.   BUKER,   Proprietor^
Phono   43,
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tfo 25 Per Gent, Reduction on ^-^es^ <%?
<fa Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Watsr Cooler and Water  <W
^ Filters, Screen Doors and Windows, Lawn Sprinklers, Coal   etfft
<j> Oil Stoves. .     ^  ' ,' ' ��y
4�� All First, Quality Goods.     Make a Note Of It. <**���
�� ' H if /Jill
I       .    W.   M.   LAWRENCE, .. *
^ HARDWARE        -       STOVES     '-       TINWARE. ^
OREAT CLEARING- SALE AT COST PRICE
; FOR CASH,ONLY
FIouf, Wheat, Shorts, "Bran,'
t .   .     , Family -Groceries & Farm Produce.
^IIBIWMI.J �� ���
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Savage Bros., Second Street
FIRE, & LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS,
;:   ;. ^b^KNOTARI-ES PUBLIC,;ETC. '
FIRST   STREET,. KEVBLSTOKE.
DRESS   WELL^^assx7"" "J7^
0 '
.- Loi d Chesterfield vvas undoubtedly ri^hl when ho, (icclarcd his,
belief,that most peoplG formed sonic opinion of a man's sense and.
character from his dress. The inclination to dress well- is'shown
by thiS number who come'here to bo clothed.' They 'conic here '
because-.-if oui; ability to give, them the conecl and "proper garments. They get the best qualities : the best t riuuniugs;' the
best,work; the best fit that's to bh had.    They ��cL exclusivcness. .
, McKenzie Avenue,, Reyelstoko.
Our Assortment of        ,
CARPETS,      A
LINOLEUMS,
STRAW MATTINGS
DRAPERY GOODS,
Etc., is the Largest in the West.
Samples Free on Request.
THE.
Badminton' Hotel
VANCOUVER.
RATES- S2.50    PER    DAY,
WAH   CHANG,
IJEALKK I.V
-Fancy Goods, Japanese and
Chinese Novelties and Silk
Goods,' Bamboo Work, Ruttan
Chairs, and Crockery Ware,
A I.HO,
I-"mils and Confectionery.
Your Pocket-book
, ntiiy be low. liul, iiobotlvseohil, but
it' your elotlies nre .sluibbv Hint
settles it, noboily-vvnnts lo know von.
haclie.soi" Gents Tailor Made Clothes
repaired anil elenncil in jjood style.
-   Call or send post card. .
Samuel .Needham, Douglas St.
K--tiiblishcil 13 years,.
Strictly Union Liibor Shop.
u
is.next to G-odlinees."
-���W-TT-J
Opposite lhe Post Office,
Front St. Revelstoke, B.C.
BAMS & ASH.-CB0PT,
Dominion and Provincial
Land Surveyors,
MINING ENGINEERS,
Surveyor* of Mine", Mineral Claims and Crown
.   . Land.-,
VANCOUVER,   13. C.
If you want your scavenger
work done in a clean and
economical way send a
card to
FRANK SAUNDERS,
Revelstoke Station.
JGATJ-:  OK FMI-ROVfiMKNTS.
XO'I'ICK.
Alice. Alice ImmcUoh, J^ciiiinz.-i j-Tiii^-, Crown
Point, Gloucester. Lust, Chance miiicriil
claims, sitimte-l in the Ilc.veNlnke'Mining
Division of West Kootenay District. Where
loetiLcd:   On Ground llog Basin.
Take notice lhat. 1, William A. Bauer, agent
for D. H. Wilson, free miner's certificate No. li
1I78S, Frank Young, free minor's cerliliatc Xo.
B ItT.Sri, .1. H. Honre. free miner's certificate No.
B 45010. inlend, sixty days from the dale hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Ccrtiticate of Improvements, for the purpose of oh-
laininpr n, Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice lhat action, under
section 37, must be commenced before tho
issuance of <=uch Certificate of Improvements.
Dnted this Itth day of June, 1000.
WILLIAM A. BAUER.

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