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 O                                '  ,                                                                                r                                                                                                                                         i  V  .  y=>TTJ=$T*TBTT^riJ^   ���������PTTlTiRTO A^T ,1 A ~PsTT~>   FPTDAT:  ������                                                    "  {  Vol. 7.���������No. 58  REVELSTOKE. B. C, AUGUST 7, 1900.  $2.00 a.Year.  V'f  KL  L'/  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS  The ��������� Muflieipal'-, Council.  CO  o  CO  h-  LLi  CL  DC  <  TAYLOR & GEORGE,  (Late Jas. Gill'& Co.)  'r  We have sold- out our stock  of dry goods but would remind  v*ou that we still carrv ,the  Finest Stock of Men's Clothing and  Furnishings, Boots & Shoes and  ,  House Furnishings  in/North   West   Kootenay.,  \ ,Wc have special bargains in  all lines,of Ladies',and Gentlemen's- Boots and Shoes, ma'k-���������  explained that it, v.-ii-s ii ditth-nll iiialtei  to .'iri'ive at <������������������. correct Fla!enre:il owing  to iin1 mannci in vviiieb Ihe company'.*  books Iiave. lieeii kept.  Tin: report, was referred (o llv  water' andlighl commit lee.  The council llien adjourned.  ing a  Twenty Per Cent Discount.  in order to cut down our stock.  z  o  m  c  CO  rn  H  O  TAYLOR & GEORGE,  McKehzie Avenue. Revelstoke.  ^yjgaamaajnaaoaigsgaa  boots and: shoes  Belts!, Belts!  Belts  Ladies' Belts  AT ���������  Guv Barber,  :THE JEWELLBR'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  Draying   and   delivering  a specialty.  Teams always  ready   at  shortest  1   notice.       Contracts   for jobbing  taken.    Agent".  fur  B. C.'Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  The Fred Robinson  Lunik1 Co. Limited.  On and after (his date our prices for  cut firewood will be n.s follows:  $1 per, cord at Mill  .$2*      "      delivered.  Prices Cut for Cash.  Fred Robinson,'Maiiaging Director  Wagons, Delivery  , Buggies, Etc.,  s,  -: at:���������  He'll do it for you.  JAS. MCMAHON'S  "��������� \ ,  ��������� :o:���������  Blacksmithing and Woodwork  ' done on short notice."  Carriages    Built   to   Order.  t street near Moi.*ons Rank.  l;oi" sewing machine supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J. W. BENNETT,  representing The Singer Mftg.  Cu-i MacKeiLiic Ave.  Board by the week 34.50  Meals     - ��������� 25c  Home made Dread, Cake< and Pies  for sale. Oneii day and night. No  Chiiie.se employed.  A.  OOWEY. Proprietor.  Edison Standard  ,    . . . Phonograph  with fill the l.iti .������t hniirovenicnts will  t.ike and v produce records, complete  including, I'ceorder. Itc-prodncer. Hrn-y  Horn, Sapphire SlmviiiK Knife. Kar  Tubes. Camels Hair Hru-di, Oil C.'nn. nl*o  Oiie-lmllt dozen ItcconN and Books of  lrmlrucliou.  PRICE   $25.00  ,���������OHAS J, AMAN...  A CREDIT TO THE COMPANY.  T. U. Pickard of the' R. M. R.  Makes a  Good'* Showing1 at Vancouver.   ,   .  The l.went y-seventh annual mecting  'of Lhe [ji'ii'i.-h Columbia   Rifle A������soria-t  (���������Oliver on Thursday, Fi i.lay .-ind Sal in day of la*!, week  ���������Seven).V   niiii ksnien   wci e al.l be bul I.-,  m iucip.-sllv from   I lie  const eii h1*, Rev-  ���������1-  hein;  ih  The council met .Fiiday cvenii g,  there being picscnt-the Mayor, Aldermen Kilp.itrick, Newman and Gordon.  A communication was lead from the  secretary of .the department of the interior wilh regard lo claims.to lands i.i  Revelstoke and stating lhat it was impossible to fix a dale when all those  matters could be finally settled.      *  The   city   clerk   was    insLriicleil   to  w oi o  ,write the depart merit asking them lo  issue patents lo  parties  whose claims  have been   paid'so that luxes could he J tJoti ImiK placeal Van  collected from same,  A   coiiiimmir.ilioii   from     Chief , of  Police   Da in   was, read suggesting that  a curfew law" he mad" lo keep,children  oft-   is.-,off.tlio streets at  night, and pointing  out. Lhe number of casesc,of petty larceny which hud occurred 'lately committed by  small children who were on  the sheets till one and sometimes'I wo  o'clock   in   the morning.-  Referred lo  by-law committee. .-  . .A report from  the scavenger license  committee    was   read   recommending  the appointment of Frank Saunders as  city scavenger.   ^ ',  A warm discussion look place on I his  report  as  to   whether   the scavenger  work could be don,* by one man better  than . two.     The  report, was referred  hack to committee "for further information.     ,** ���������  Mr. B. A. Liiwson  presented the following report re, affair of  the Electric  Light   and "Water, Works'company.  The   tepbrt   consists   of   answers Inn  number of questions submitted by lire  council to MK La vvson :  1. Amount 'of capital actually paid  in'fur stock.���������$35,750.'     .\    '.-  2.-Comptue' interest at 15'per cent.  on actual paid up capital, from the  seveial dates when the several amounts  were paid in to the company,. up to  1st. September, 1800!���������$15,237.81.  3. Milken statement of the amount  hoi rowed from hanks," with the dates,  and Ihe purposes lo which said moneys  were applied.���������The amount' borrowed  from and now owing to banks by this  company amount to $2!),000, beginning  fiom 1S9S. These moneys were largely  uscil in construction.  i. Slate amount of scrip issued (witli  dates) as slock dividends.���������The amount  of' scrip issued as stock - dividends  aniount lo .$13,030.41, running from  February 28th,'1808 to' May 31������t, 1000.  5. State aniount of earning expended  on capital account (exclusive of repairs  and maintenance).���������$18,030.-11.  (5. Give actual yearly cost of repairs,  and yeaily maintenance, each year  seperate.--Total amount expended is  $12,752.07. 1S97-8 $15)0; 1808-0 $0,550.05;  1S09-1900 $0012.02.  State gross revenue for each year,  during company's operations.���������From  Dec.'00 to May Sl&l.H)? $529.07; May  31st, "1)7 to May 31st !98 $3,719.-10; May  31st'08 in May 31st '00 $7,338.70 : May  31st ������'00 to May 31st 1900 $13,9-15.S5;  . total $25,783.08.  8. Give amount of cash dividends  paid with dates.���������Only one cash dividend was paid, viz., 1st Sept. 1897.  $510.  0.' Stale amount of supplies on hand.'  which have nolheen charged to construction account, or lo repair account.  --On May 31st, 1900, tho general supplies of the Electric Light Co. were  $1,8."0: Waterworks supplies on same  data $750; total $2,000.  JO. Give statement showing Intnl* of  book accounts, and liabilities of Ihe  company nulstanding as at May 31 tI,  1900, other' than bank loan;���������AI May  31st, laid, liabilities were $1313.88. The  amount, due the company for water  rates', instalialion, fixtures and lighting, at May ol.st," 190'J, amounted to  $1,301.09.  11. Give actual ciK of constructing  the entire water system, exclusive of  repairs and maintenance.���������Cost of  waterworks as above $17,015 30.  12. Give actual  cost of construction  special  ���������01  ion in uhma.  ie. only point' iii llie  interior which vvas icpreseuied, and  oiu'cily. was well represented in lhe  pet son of Private T. I). Pickatd of No.  ,5 Company, Rocky_ Mountain liangers.  In the opening event orr Thursday���������  the Tyro' inatch���������-Pickar-d, look fourth  place with-a score of 32 out of a possible 33. " ���������      '  In the next event���������New-Wcali'mnster  cup--Pickard <nihdo.,thc possible score  50. lie was tier! however hy Private  BoulL of Vancouver, who sil'so bad 50  lo his credit. Jn the sh'oot. oie'' Pickarcl  put on three - more bulls,' while bis  opponent only inanaged to-,get two  bulls and an , inner.' The New West-  'liiinslei' enp therefore'comes'to Revelstoke this year and should Pickard v\ in  nit again next year iL becomes hi.s property. '.    *'    '  in the Nanaimo match llie swftnc day  Pickard'tdok second place������wilh a score  of 01, being one point behind lhe win-  net. - : -" |        ;,v, s..  -On   Fi'ida'y. .while   Pickaid ; did not  * cany off any  of the big prizes, he did  some good  shoo! ing, (aking.-i place in  both  the  Victoria   Corporation match  and the Ilehncken inatch. >'  (   In,the  Bankers'  match on Saturday  Pickard was well up wilh a score of CO  out of a   possible 105, the \\ inner having 9S  to  his   ciedit.      He also won a  prize in    the   Vancouver,   Coipoiation  cup'anil   in the Tyro  aggregate took  seventh place wilh a score ol -103.  Taking all together Revelstoke's representative make ;i most, reinai kahle  showing foe a young marksman and  with tbe little practice fie had before  going to the. coast i( is .surprising he  did so vvell. The members of the local  rifle" cor ps/ hive every reaMin to be  proud of liim and if he follows up llie  sport Revel.-loke will yet. st;e T. D.  Pickard in the running for the Queen's  Prize at IJisIev.  (Spefl.il iu Tin: Mail.)  London,  Aug.   7.���������The anli-for.sig i  pariy   again   have   the   upper hand at  Pekin   aco-iding   lo   fejior'ts emerging  from Li   JIun'g   Cluing, who is lodging  it ijiianglrai.      His   baggage is  packed  preparatory to his departure for Pekin  but il is s'.alcu that lie   lias applied iu.  the throne for twenty   ("lays sick leave.  Li   eliii'ii'i   lhat liis,  repieseiitalious t-i  ,Yang    Tise  ,lhe   v ieeroy - and   Taloai  Slieng  h iv e& liei n'   (leiimincesl   by' T>i  HingPeiiU,  because   lliey aievfi ieia'l'y  lo f'-n ig-iers." - . ',. ������  A    iievv~,    a  Shanghai 'says  i  .i.  froiii  Handled Without Uloves,  (."Speciul to llie M.wi���������i  \i(;roifiA, A rig. 7.���������John Houston,  mayor of Kelson, discussing llie Li-  (jiior License JjilL in tlio legisliUiiie  yesterday attacked holii lhe government, and llie opposition.  After the Mouse adjouineil lie got  into a mix up with Ivor! Tolmie, secio-  taiy of llie .Mine Owners A.ssocinl ion.  irouston was fust thrown over (he. liar  of ���������.!)('. hotel' and as lie persisted in  abusing Tolmie. llie latier struck him,  pulling Iiiin out for (en minutes,  euey     dcsp'tlcii  il    i.s  ruuio:ed lliat'lhu  jo-.v ei Uil  .viceroy-   Yoiiiin "Shika,-- lhe  governor   \ylio    riis.ij.pioved    of     the. _  iel ions of Prince Tii'an has been killed.,.-'  Coi respondents   at,   Tien   T.iin   are  unable to give   anything fresh,,though  ���������i despatch fiom   Shanghai dated Aug. "  (ith   avers   tliat the  allies are   m-.king   '  slow I ])i'ogi'ess "  towards      Pekin,    err '  'account   of   the  differences of opinion.  among lhe generals.      The   American,  Briiibh    and   'Japanese   commanders   >r  favor  one, ,plan ' of   action   while the,  Kussian,   i?rench   iind'   (Jei'inau . coin- ;  mauders favor another-.' . ,  In    an   i.itervidw   Li   Hung Chang '  said   the.   ministers   had left Pekin on  Fridav with   a heavy escort   for   Tieu  **    .      " ** ���������     it  Tsin. ,  -      ' .       ,''-���������'  The Hiitish" consul at, Tien T,->iii says,  the allies advanced   towards  Pekin on  August -11 h. -'��������� - . ,->  ," N;:\v  -VOitK,   Aug.- T.-r-The Worl'rl   '  in iin cdilniiiil vt*sl������rd;i\\ says   that   it *  Ciioled on Saturday, to Li Hung Chang-  for the,    latest   oillcial   inforuiationliiii \-  th(rOlijnese siliiiUion, and received the  following responss:-     "-Any   imperial -r  decree has just-been issued authorizing    ,  the   escort, of   diplomatic   corps   to,i'i\  place of safety.      This   renders'action  'by   the,  allied, forces unnecessary.    It'  i.s tliti Mrst step towards the solution of  llie   situation.     /Signed)'   Ll   Ht"S(f   t  Chaxc." '    *  IjONDON,   Aug. 7.���������The  allies were ,  to    make    a      le.ronnais-sinee.'  today,'  starting wilh -lOOO- men against   General Mas' army. ( '.  .According to a Tieii Tsin cable lo  the New York Herald da'e.d . yestcr-"  day, preparations for an advance on  Pekin aro being pushed rapidly forward. A large number of boats" have  been commandeered. All lighters  li'ivo iie.en seized .which vviil stop busi- v  ness with Tien Tsin. The combined  forces , arc iguoi ing all commercial  .interest,:'. T     , . ���������' '  Washington, Aug. -G.���������The-fullow-  ing cablegram's .have been received at  the navy depai tinent-:���������" CjiEK Foo,  Aug. 6.���������British unoflicial reports'tell  of an engagement at Pet Tsung on  Sunday n:oriiinj<, from 3' to '10:30.  The. allied hiss in killed and wounded  wiej l,ii00, chiefly Russian.-} and Jup*  .'tuese. The. Chinese are retreating.  (Signer!)    T'.Xpiciy."  '���������Gni;i'. lruo. Aug. ()----Thu unoflicial   .*"  icpiut i.-v believed to be reliable.  About  Ki.UOO    allies J'.eiivily     engaged    the.    ,  Chinese    at    Pei   'J'sauy   at- daybreak   ,  yesK-rd.iy.    (Signed)    P,kmi-;v.  of the  electric  light system, exclusive  of   repair  .-ind   maintenance.���������Cost of  light system as above $5S,499.((3.  K'-s-pectfully submit ted,  B. A. Lawhox.  '-Ir, |va>,i--oi) in  pic-tenting hi������ n-poi t  A very microti ing game of ciickel.  was played on Hal unlay, but owing lo  the .-cai-cily of players two captains  bad to be chosen for llie sum' learn,  the fiisl. innings seoi ingefor one ca plain  and ihe second i;iui:igs_ for lhe oilier.  .1. E. Taylor caplaiiied the WvA innings  for .a total of -li"), again-l. W. II. Sim-  iiioiis iu the seci nd innings wilh 85.  The union picnic of ihe Methodist  and Presbylei ian Sunday schools \v ill  lake place nl I he recreal ion groumls on  Thursihiy next. ,ll will be an all day  all'air, coiiiiiienciiig al 10 o'clock, and  in addition lo lhe usual | icnic games a  program ine of sports is being arranged.  Everybody is invited to be present.  Those who urn willing lo assist in preparing   lite  grounds   are   retpiesled to  Iuin   out  evtuii'g.  for   for   lli.il.   put po..H   I hi-  'iio Cirele Na pro wing.  (tipreial to the M.VI1..1  London, Aug. 7. - -A despatch from  Pretoria dated .August olli, says:--  "General Loid Kitchener has narrowed the circle around. Devvet and tSluin,  by (hiving out the enemy from one  Dank position, which he held."  Tlie Dominion Elections.  (.S:;ei;i.il to Tin:  VlO'i'o::iA,   Aug.    7,  despatch    say".: ��������� "It  lhat  nt  a Hireling <>f  MAir..i;  ���������-A      Toronto  irt    understood  !ie executive i,f  ������  ir  Ri  cltard  the. Reform A'Wiei.-.lion,  Cartwriyiit presiding, il was decided  that the J)oininion eh-ftions; shotihl be  held   on October lG;h."  The   Tiuii's   '"{   ihi-,  ciiv   My*  the  rati I Is not l.il" out,  (K  -I' THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Zte "Rootena _ HDatl  1 'UBLISIIKD SEMI-M'JJKKLY.  ���������AT���������  -     REVSLSTOKS, B.C.,  '     ���������BY���������  Pi'iir.isiruu .ixi) Pkoi'J-iu'toi:.        ,  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  on   appli-  A1)VEUTI������IN"G^PlATI'JS   (plot  cation.    ��������� .  JOB PRINTING? of every ldnd at nront reason  able rates and .shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job  printing  or" advcrlining  payable on the first of every month.  CORHIvSPOXDEXOK on all matter.* of local  or public interest invited ami carefully considered.   All coiiiiiiuiiiciilions lo the EdiLor  must be iicconipiiiiicd by the name of tho.  vvriicr, not, necessarily for publication, but<  as nn evidence of good faith.  Address  Ti in' K ootena v Mai l,  Revelstoke. H.C.  TUESDAY AGO 17ST 7, 1C00.  Tin-: suggestion of, Chief of Police  Jiain made at the t-ity.council meeting  on Friday night, that a cui few  by-law  ' bo. passed i.s a good one and should  ie  ceive the, la/ai ly support of 'the entire  council.   /It is'a glaring and   disgrace-  ,ful fact that'the number of children  who are on the' streets of our city till all  hours of the night is enormous. Jt, is  honed the council will lake' immediate  action' in this matter and pass a by law,  as suggested by Chief Dain.  Tin? .first division of tho first'session  'of tho,ninth legislature of the province  took place on'"1" Wednesday ' when the  government vvas sustained by a vote of  2-1 to I'd. The division was over, a'  couple of amendments offe.-ed, by, Mc<  1 ]nnes to Rehncken's, labor 'resolution.  It is interesting to" note lhat Ralph  Smith was found-voting with the opposition' in company with ^Houston  Kidd, and Nciil.        _ <���������  At Till? second annual m.'cting ot tjn:  ' ' Associated Duards of Trade of southerly  liritish'Columbia held  iu   Nelson   last  week, the mailer of the,-representation  Ir    u ' '���������  6 from the-interior of tho province in the  legislature, was dealt wilh as follows:���������  Resolved'that whereas iu iho-recent  "  provincial election six Ivooleiiay  electoral districts polled in ore voles than the  whole of Vancouver island   with   four-  .teen seats, and   as  tho   Doundary   district, is s practically   unrepresented,   although <it llie recent election it   polled  " ''more voles than any .oilier whole' toti-  'htitue'ncy excepting Victoria,   Vancouver. Uossliiiid pioper, and  Nelson, and  restrict the immigration and employ  tneut of Chinese, and Japanese so much  as lhey dcsiie to embarass the liberal  administration at Ottawa. They will  chee.i fully" cpndemn Laurier 'for not  going far enough in hispolicy of restriction, but they will 'find plenty of excuses for pursuing the same policy  themselves.��������� Nelson Tribune.  TO DESTROY THE CUT-WORM.  o |J|   ,   ,  Remedies Suggested for the Plagues Infecting the Gardens.  (Extract���������>   froni   the   ltepoit   of  Dr. J-'letcliur,'  Dominion Eiiiomologist.  In view of the disastrous invasion of  cut-worms, reports of which are pouring in to the "Department of Agriculture, Mr. .1. 1?. Anderson, Ihe Deputy  Ministe: lias asked the Colonist to publish the following extracts, taken fiom  the ISOfj report of Dr. James Fletcher,  Dominion Entomologist:���������       ,   '  Cut-worms aro the ' caterpillars of  dull coloured, active mollis, belonging  lo the noctuidae or owlet moths-, of  which there ,-ire upwards of -100 kinds  in North America. The caterpillars oi  these different kinds vary somewhat  in their habits.' but,'1 on the whole they  are very s'iniila-, being smooth, almost  naked,' gray looking caterpillars of  some dull shade of colour similar to the  ground 'm.whichrlhey hide-during the  days The head is smooth and shining,  as well as'a small horny plate and the  segment noxt,lo the head.' Their habits are almost always nocturnal; dying  hid by day just beneath the surface of  ,the soil, lhey coineout. at night lo feed.  When tlu\y occur in laige numbers  lhey change their habits somewhat,  and feed by day as' well, owing to the  reduced food supply 'consequent"upon  their ravages. The eggs from which  cut-worms hatch are laid by some  s-pecies iu the autumn, and by others  in the spi ing or summer,'anil as a consequence cut-worms of all sizes can be  f.Hind in lhe spring : for these insect',  according to ,lhe species, may pass lhe  whiter in tlie,state of eithei a perfect  moth, a chrysalis, a partially grown  caterpillar, or an egg. ��������� &  Largo numbers may be destroyed by  p'acing between lhe rows of an infested crop, or iit a .short, distance a pari on  in felted land, bundles of any succulent  weed or other vegetat ion" which have  been previously' poisoned by dippirg  then) into a ttrong mixture of Pan's  green (two ounces to a pailful of water).  The cul-woruis eat tiie poisoned plant*  then bury themselves and die. Jn hot,  dry weather these bundles should he  placed out after sundown, and ;i shingle may be laid orr each tii pi-event  fading.  ��������� .Striking results' havc been obtained  during the last two years by putting  .along tows, or at llie ba.se. of such  many times the number polled by some! plants as -tomatoes and cabbages, a  constituencies with two mcurbe:*: | -miail quantify of the following mix-  Thit such ' "Uiss    inequalities    are    a J-tio e. which    fc   mentioned by   Prof. J.  , -,        , , i->.-. >      i ' H.   Smith's   excellent   new   Manual of,  scandal and an outrage.     Le it resoivtcl    _���������.���������,,  , .    i Economic mitoinomgv :  that this .1.social ion petition the  leg.s-j ���������  Thc,.(���������lffh,y  Mli*  io^.ther   in a d'.'y-  lature to redisti ibnle the constituencies i ..oue .=>.') pounds of' bran and'one pound  ou an equitable   basis   and   further  to | of l\.r i-green :  then add water a little  pi^saspocial  act w! Hi   will   at   once | --" wfl������"*'d "illi   sugar   until the whole  ' ,      ii -     1 e.-..;      .. j 1 *   thoroughly   wet,   but   not   sloppy,  give the Dotiudai v dist.uct at least (-ne    ������������������,..'!��������� '  "    . " " I Prof. Smith says--   .  member. ' '-This  mixture   i*  ^xlrem'ely a niac  in regard to lhe lead smelting trade, 1 t've   to cut-worm0, being preferred to  the following   resolution   was   cariied: i plants iti  all the' in-laiu-es which have  That Una   association   recognize   with I Cl"������1, ������lul,'r ">v "V,i("-.    U Uk('"S H,mut  ,    . .        ', - ,    ' T.      .   .      ! ten  pounds of this mixture to an acre  approval the, action ,ot   tne   Dominion I    .     *.   , , ,-      ... , ,  , .   ,, ,���������  ci ' i or no!aloes as. ordinarily planted.  ..         : .:    .. .(     .     . ff ! ' .    " '  1 ',  cans. To prepare these easily the cans  need only he thrown into;,a bonfire,  when the tops and bottoms fall oil" and  the side becomes unsoldered. The  large piece of tin can then be used  whole or-may be cut down the centre  wilh a pair of shears, so as to form  two bands. It may be well lo mention  here,that the two remedies so often  .mentioned in newspapers, salt and  lime, have proved quite worthless in  our experiments for preventing cutworm injuries.  Dr. Fletcher, in a communication  dated'23rd July,'1900, says that .," the  pest is Peridrouia "saucia, the Variegated Cut-worn. '" * * . Spraying does not seem to be the most satisfactory way. of applying poisons for  .cut-worms. The poisoned bran remedy gives really remarkable result?, ai d  is actually more/attractive than green  vegetation. 1 find that the best way  to.prepare this is to wet the bran with  waler slighleiicd sweetened; then dry  this by mixing in more bran until "the  whole is apparently' dry again, but, as  a matter of facf,t hci'v w iil be sufficient  impelceptible moisture to make the  poison allien1. W.ien lhe bran i������ perfectly dry, P.ui*-- green falls quickly to"  the hoi torn and' is'diiltcult to mix/with  the bran.", ' ,   .,  Paris ,green being a deadly poison  care should be exercised to kiep it out  01 the teach of children and domestic  animals;    ' <-  "I^ARGE    AND    WELL    LIGHTED  Jl SAMPLE IIOOJIS.   Heated by  "^^S- hot air and electric bells  an  light in every room.   Free bus mcc U nl  -trains. ,       - -��������� ,'  REASONABLE  KATES.   ���������  Night Grill Iiooin in connection for the  convenience of Kiie.l* arrivieg and (le- *  parting by night train--.     Hourly street  cur between hotel and .-station. ,  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR-  '������������������...REVELSTOKE, B.C  TRAL HOTEL  ���������ja V    , "  ',.,'a", ill -    ,���������'   - ,- J~" \:*Z,.'.*f  ���������ifVj7  '���������rr-  '���������fjy^-.&y:  ,  ABRAHAMSON.BROS.  PROP'S.  .  iJewly built.' - Piist-class  in every respect. [All  modern conveniences.  Paige sample rectus.    Fire'  proof   safe.-     Free 'bus  meets all tiains":  ; ^^^^^^^mmm^^^^^4^^M  Under same management:  QUEEN'S HOTELS  a    ���������        TROUT LAKE- CITY    '  Q- CXX> OOOOOO 0<M>:0:0<k><K>O<HX><KK><p  1- A Financial Star.  They haven't been married long, and  they are as loyal and devoted a youug  couple as ever made, the .confirmed  bachelor search'' for'a new'argument  against matrimony. She lias pronounced and original ideas upon domestic-  economy,'and in this and other ways  she strives to make her husband's  home a perfect Utopia.,,  ' There was.a love lit smile upon her  pretty face .when hubby came home  <from the of lice the other .evening.  ."What 'is  it,' dear?"   he'asked, 'observing the glow of enthusiasm  that  slioue through tho -soft, peach blowrti  -cheeks and sparkled in the Kohinoor-  likc eyes. ���������  ���������  "I  iiiiulo .'13. cents today," said  slie,  and her rosebud lips parted iu 11 prido-  t'ul curve.     "       '       ..     ^  '. "That so, dear? ' liow did "that happen?'' > '     ���������  "W.hy, I sold 9 cents' -worth of rags���������  and���������and 3 cents'- worth of'���������bottles���������  'and���������let me see''���������  "Yes, that's 12 cents. Where docs  the other cent come iii?"  "Oh, yes���������yes���������now I remember���������an .  old pair of your trousers l'or'tlie other  penny."  " No Napoleon of finance over looked  more satisfied or smiled with so much'  self complacency after a successful  monetary deal than did this fair young  wife when she had related her little  commercial accomplishment. And she  looked sorely grieved;-when he smiled  audibly. It was really their first mis-'  un'derstandiug.���������Detroit Free Press. '  fire same mixture has been u*ed diy  hy Mr. V. .\. Siiiiin', of 0"iicvfi. "S.Y.,  wilh, lie claim---, even heifer results  than tlie wet mixture, which isapi to  gd. mouldy. ' j  Hand picking  or digging up the cut- I  worm-   whenever'  a plant i- seen to, be |  of   course, ,'iIh ays  1 e '  government In granting tho reque.-jt   <  thin iuwoeiiilioirmad.e at its last auuiial  meeting for the free re admission    into  Canada   of    lead   of    Canadian   01 iiiin  ameltcd in Canada bul refined   abroad.  Aiul that this association   realliiui   its  decision of last year th it import duties j Cut, oil"   should  .     ,      '     . "I  On   manufactured   lead   slwu'd   le   in- ' pract i*-ed. , ;  creased to   a   paritv   with    the   duties'      IVcventa'ivc-   nieHMii-e*   con.si*!.   of: j  .     .   , , '    ,."        , -    ,        , i Clean culture, by which   all vegetal inn :  levied upon other hues ot manufactured : . , . . ,      , i  1 l h   removed,  iijion    which   I be   voung 1  good-, and wc ask particularly that the j l.,l,(.,.pni,l,x could feed in the autumn |  duties upon dry white lend now ad-j or which-would attract the moths loi  milted at 0 per cent and  litharge   now j lay t heir eggs. , I  admitted   fiee   be   increased to a mini-i     Cut-won.is are heavy   bodied iosecls  * -,r, ���������    ,,-   ,   ,.        I unable to  climb ovei smootb surface-',  mum rale ot 20 per cnc.     \> e beiieve 1 ,,       . v .  ' therefore, surrounding  a   plant or tree  that this change would have iho effect j wiLh ., ,liU1(, {,r M|| ,���������. ,.VPri of paper!,,  of providing a piolitabh; honit: nun ket ! (,h������. case of such filiints as cabbages  for about 7000 tons of lead used iu the.    and toniatee-s  is  an  efficint,  means of  llln ObnfnelCfl.  riarry-Bid you ever undertake to  wrHe poefry?  Dick���������I did once, and I got along  fairly well too. 'The only trouble was  that I couldn't rhyme \\>vy well, and 1  couldn't think of anything to write  about. IJut 1 was all right with tlio  capital letters at the beginning of tho  lines.���������Doslon Transcript.  manufacture of lead.  It is safe to .i.iy that the consei \a-  five member", of the legislature, who  :u e lotideit in the denunciation of  premier Laurier upon the Chinese and  Japanese labor question, will fall flown  when it ooioes to' voting lor ,1110 Mc-  inwii) labyr bill.    'l'ln-y du not df-sjre to  protection. Tin bands may easily be  made by taking pieces of tin six inchco  long by two and a half inches wide and  bending theiii a round n spade or broom  handle so as to form short tunes. In  placing them around a plant f he two  ends can be sprung apart lo admit the  stem and (ben the lube should be  prcs*'ed a nhort distance into the  ground. J have found this u useful  ineaiibiif disponing of lomutu^nd other  Itofirdlnj? IIoiiho I'leiiHiinfry.  -"Will some one please chase the cow  down this way?" said the funny hoarder, who wanted some milk for his oat-  IlK'.'ll.  "Ifere, Jane," said (lie landlady In r  tone that was meant to be cnmlilnu,  "take the cow, down there where Iho  en If is bawling."���������Chicago News.  r urn (lit  of  ICiinwlf'riK'P.  The Wearisome Caller���������Is that clock  going?  The (Jiri���������Yes. Aro you?���������Syracuse  Ofjruld.  '   ������  $1    PERi    I)-A. X ^J!oaL������sgtftfffft.,  Newly Built. '   ,.  Lighted by Electricity  ��������� Throughout.  Best Brands of   -  Wines, Liquors and  Cigars. ,      f '  R. OALBY, PROP'R.  9-<><><><>Q<y<X><>0<)<K^^  J.' A. SioNii, Proprietor. .  Rates, $i per,day.,:-.;. .;. .  He  Doesn't Mean It.  When you hear a young man r say,.  *T don't believe in a woman having  anything lo do but sit and read or  .manicure her finger' nails all day, '1  don't want my wife to be busy about  anything," why, of course, you know  that the young man is simply talking  against lime. He doesn'tmean a word  he says, and it is safe to warrant that'  be is, the first man who would be bored  to death by- such a girl. This,young  man may like to fancy that lie Is a believer in such false sentiments, and  perhaps he docs believe in them for  llie moment'of saying. But this may  nion; than likely be only Iris way of  proiest'ing against Iho wave'of energy  which the girlhood of today is responding to, out ot which perhaps may  come salvation even to man. Or else,  possibly, there is nothing more than sly  method in his old school assertion.���������  I'h iladel jib ia Inquirer.  Electric lighted,,furnace,heated ' ' '   "      '   ' . '-,  , Newly built and furnished. . .'.  ( Finest-and  best supplied  bar' '',"'''  v " ���������   ���������' . m      ���������������������������'���������������������������-��������� ������������������  ������ i  '   .\ . . in the city,-. :.  '  '      -      o,  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, 'Revelstoke, B. C. ,.-  Furniture and Undertaking,  J, Repairing & Upholstering Done  Waiehouse in connection for storage of family and oilier furjnit.urc,  trunks, etc.. at monl hly,or; other rales. Agents for Hayiuond Sewing Machine. '��������� - - \  Established 1836. ' ' . "        ' . Incorporated 1895.  lefeiman, MeFeely ���������& Company, .limited, .  Dawson,, Y. T.    , Vancouver, B. 0.  ' . IMPORTERS AND .lOHUKUS OV  *- :b:^:s-:d w^:r:e; ..  Iron,   Steel, .Glass,   Paints,   Oils,    Metals,   Stoves,   Tinware,   Guns, etc., etc  VVE MAKE A SPECIALTY  OF SUPPLIES for Mines, Mills, Blacksmiths  Railroads,'Contractors, Lumbermen, etc.    Agents for: ���������  UliuiL Powder Co.      Fairbanks Scales.      Hcnnctt'rt KnglMi I-'hso.      Jla je.it ic  Slocl ltuiisc������.      Ciiiilon Jlhiili0'.Steel.      fcjpooiicr'n Coiiporhri!.    '  Registered Trademark  "Sunset.",  D. C.  ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).  (Late MacFarlano & Co.)  VANCOUVER,    B. C.  f  We are, Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a large sfoik of  Rulances, Furnacis, Fire Clay goi lis, ScientiHc and Fracl ica'l Books, Glassware,  Platinum goods, Acids, (Chemicals a ml all ol herAssayer's and iMiner's requirements  Sol" Agents lor JMoigan Crucible Compant, Battersea, Decker Sona' IJal-  ances, etc.  (Jalalogue and foil p.-i rt icnlars- mail nn application.  THE   .MOI.SONS   BANE,  Incorporated  bv act of Pai lifiment ISoo.  Hl-AO OFFICIi; "-, - .MONTREAL  W.-w. Mot.hon iMACJiMiicitS'������X. Press.       8. H. JSwino, Vice-Pros.  ���������IAMI5S llll.Llor, General Manager  PAID  UP CAPITAL   ��������� -   ��������� -. $2,170,000  RHSLRVK - . - ...'.- 1,850,000  Koncral liiiukiiif,' lni;,iiicss Iriiiis.icte.l.'' Jiilui'cil. allowed on ile|i<>.sitsii(, uurrcnt rates.  J. D. MOLSflN, Itenagei'.  S, B. C.  Now and Then-,  There comes a liine now and theti'when every gent leiuan.  feels (he need  of an  exceptionally slyli.sh and well-piit.-l oget her suit of clol lies.   The aeration  I may   be  a   wedding, a reception,  a'journey   or- some other iiupoiiant  function.    That is  the  time  to avoid  a chance  fit.    That is tlie time  above all others. Lo give the order lo me.  R. S. WILSON, The Tailor.  >i& THElKOOTENAYtMAIL.  i * >  1  ���������ft"  fl  ������' .......   *  11 liK 81 GlfSl I  I  ^ -  a? :���������������?V* I cVvWA V*?*, VA ������* V*VAS'A j>*  (Continued.)  'companions.     Fleming   chartered   an  J other, and  followed  the  party  to the  doors of the Grand hotel, the hall of  ���������which' he entered a few seconds after  thcin.  ��������� '"Are the Baron and, Baroness Riegel-  thtinn staying here?" ho inquired of  an attendant.  "J think they expect'you, sir. One  of the ladies asked t,ine whether'you  wanted to see (lie Baroness Kiegel-  tli'iinn , or her stepsister,'' Mrs." John  Fleming."  Half  an   hour  later  the   little   blue  domino,   without  her mask, and   with  tears iu her pretty dark ey'es." sat hand  in hand wilh .lack  Fleming in her sister's drawing room. "    -   ,  ��������� ''You   horrid,  proud  old  tiling!". Sjhe  was saying.     "Why  didn't you  come.  and claim ine years ago?    Of course.,  I  always expected-you to.   -And  I've,  been- so   lonely   and   miserable   sonic-  ,tiniesf   When" I heard you tell all lhat ,  to the man you were with tonight, it  was all I could do not to jump for joy  and kiss you."  "There is nothing* lo prevent you  from kissing me now,"- .lack Fleming  said.      , '  And Mamie agreed with him.���������Mainly About People.  O'������'0'������'O'i'O'������-O-������'O-<-OO'<-O������'O-������-0-t-O-������-0*O  :\ .the!passing ' ���������   \  t" .   of*the laird'j  ������������������,.-',. ���������. , f  ,    O *  '      ' o  ��������� i  6   A Story of the SoLitli African War.   <j'  -        ? ' , .  O-������,0'0.C'������'O'������'0-"0-������'O O.������-0,������,O'������'0,������-O,������,0,������,O  It was' that field of dread memory���������  Magersfontein. From dawn-when the  belching hill front of fire had mowed  iu swathes the ranks of, tho' Black  Watch���������till-du^k-when the' last gun  had sent its whistling shrapnel���������the  , nirdiad seemed to livc'and M-reoeh arid,  scream and to maim, blast iind wither-  the men of the Highland brigade.  The dark African night 'had flung.its  blackness over, Magersfontein, and in  the scanty scrub audi hollows remained  those who could not well-retire when'  the bugles, with rclni-tanf notes,, sound-.,  ed the retreat.       -   ���������       -" ���������**  "' Piper, Duncan Parquhnrsori "sat up  and* gro.-ocd. His ��������� last .experience of  life had been rather mixed.' lie ro-  member.'d retiring beliitid a wire fence,  and after he had scampered' over the  veldt a few dozen yards something  happened. What ibis ,wns ,Duncan'  , was uncertain, but as he felt liis head  lie'knew he had been hit:  The- blood   had   caked   hard   on   his  ���������   neck and  collar, and  as  be moved it  begun anew  lo iricklc down' his  face.  - He took out his handkerchief and band-  aged !sis wounds as well as'he could.  *- , .     f, ,  His pipes were safe, lie could feel  the'reeds lying over his knees. He  bent to grasp* them.  Me  was   tormented   with   an   awful  thirst.    His water bottle  was still iu-  ' tact, and lie raised it to liis lips.    Still  the thirst continued.  He s.'it up and-considered. Where  'was his company? Where was the  captain and "his lieutenant, the young'  laird, who bore the same name as he  bore? lie- would go to them: So he  went. ,   . ' ;  He rose up and, reeling, fell. lie  rose again and once more came down.  Then lie crawled.  There were groans tiud curses and  ' Bobs frotn the darkness, and sometimes^  ft Wild yell, tore the night itstmdel'.-  There were iulls-1'or water in nil tho  ilia loci k spoken norlh of the Tweed  nnd in many forms of southern Angle-"  Baxon. ���������>  '���������  Duncan crawled through them. At  last he came lo the, barbed wire entanglements. As he crawled through  these the barbs tore his kilt nnd hose,  and lie felt them enter his flesh, but at  last lie threw himself clear.  Then he rolled down a short way,  and,a bowlder brought him up. lie  put out his hand to protect his face  and caught a not her hand, c.old and  clammy, In his own.  The other groaned aloud.  "Is that you, lairdV" said Piper Duncan Piiriiuliilrsim.  "Ah. it's you. Duncan," said Lieutenant Duncan Ftiniuhnrsou.  .'���������Ah. vex me, ;.....<'��������� Are ye sulr  htirlilV"  "Oh, I don't know, Duncan. Vov  heaven's sake. If you have utiy water,  give me some!"  "I've nae waler. laird, but I'll get ye  Koine. Ve are awi'u' cuuP. though,"  nn id Ihe piper.  lie look off Ids tunic and wrapped  the laird in it as well as could be done  under the circumstances.  The laird suddenly stirred.  "Do you mind the loch your father  and we two used to fish at the back o*  tfen-il-ligiinin?    i\o-   wna  it a  Jock  Suddenly, the n^usic  Scott he used?   I don't remember."  He shivered; then he came back to  Magersfontein.      ^  "Duncan, lad, if yon can move, bring  me a drink of water."  Duncan sal still and felt Jiis head.  He heard with his ears, but his brain  had not yet comprehended.  Then consciousness returned to liim.  He must obey the laird. '  It was in these circumstances that  riper Farquharsou robbed the dead on  Magersfontein. ". .- -   -  His field of operation was "limited,  but he had many within- it limited  though it might be.  Duncan pillaged from nn ofliccr a silver flask which.its owner would never  more require. , ,  With other melancholy loot Duncan  crawled slowly back to the ,laird, and,  feeling for his face, he poured whisky'  a'ud water between his lips.  ' The*laird caught his trembling hand.  i "Steady, Duncan! I've enough. I'm  going.   Keep it for'yourself."      ,-s-,-    ",  "Na,' ha, laird; ^tak', some ;;hli jrj' o't.  I'll tak' some myseP, though."  Ily? drank the mixture, and, as the  spirit brought back life into his trembling frame, he said:  -  "Man, laird, I houp that'olticer'ehiel  was a good levin man. He deserves to  gang to a place there's nae sich a  drought as there's here.",  , "You were always plucky, "Duncan."  shir, the lieutenant. "But I'm going."  His voice was now at a whisper.  "Na, na; ye'll taV nnithcr drappte!''  said the piper,'and again he poured a  few drops between the laird's lips.-  "Duncan, could you play a march before I,go?"; , '     ,  "I'll try, but ma heid awftt' queer.  Hiv.yemy pipes?" -  "Yes; I kept them in my left hand." ,  riper Farquharsou tuned his pipes.  "Xow,. the 'Ilaughs o' Cromdale,'  Duncan1. I'm going," whispered thelaird.  1 "Na", na; yer nae gauu. laird! I'll play  ye a reel.", ��������� A'Kl over tlie desolation  floated the spriiigivg crispne'ss of the  "Perth Hunt." ���������  ;  From the darkness the sentries on  the heights and in tlie trenches fired  off their rifles, and their sleepy comrades stood to their,arms. These ver-  domed petticoat rooiueks were to make  a night attack  stopped.     ,   ���������.,,  "Dae ye'mind thai? It was danced  at yor coming o' age."r .        -    '  ���������"Yes, I remember, Duncan. Rut play  the march and sit down here'beside  me. ��������� Pin. cold. It will soon be siib-V,  Duncan." "  Duncan, whose head was throbbing  with the effort in playing the reel,  crawled down beside his laird.  "Aye; I think it will be snow afore  morn In," he said.  Thou Piper Farquharsou played  marches and strathspeys, and in the  cold and darkness death came to many  of his ai'dienee. But ns they fell  asleep and their thirst was sated and  .their pain eased, their lullaby was, to  them, the sweetest they had heard  since childhood. .  Duncan coHld play no more. It was  Indeed only fitfully he had played at  all.    .., .  ' AiicI the laird was passing.  "Goodby. eld man, and thanks!"  Biglied the laird. "If you .go home, tell  them I sent my love. I.wrote to thoui  all yesterday.    Good"��������� -  There was a slight' tinkle, the laird  fell sideways. He had gone with hla  comrades.  The dawn would come soon. Already  the summits of the eastern hills were  beginning to appear through the grny-  ness.-" Day was coming, and the night  and those who, had gone under its  -blackness , were now to - be numbered  with that which had been.-  buueau, however, was otily concerned about one thitig.  The laird was gone. He httd asked  hint for rt march. Ho should luivo ode.  bulletin rose, propped himself ngninst  llit? bowlder itud stood over the body  of his lieutenant.  Then oyer" the veldt the low, wailing  Strains of "bochaher No More" rose  and swelled In the dawn, like the voice  of a mother mourning with a sore articulate grief the loss of her children.  It was well played. The in tin lie sorrow, the wild hopelessness of the music rang out over veldt and kopje, and  the more superstitious among the  Boers muttered that "It was the wailing of the souls of the petticoat rooi-  neks." It was probably Piper Paniu-  harson's hest effort.    It was his last.  Tlie Boer sentinel in the advanced  trench saw, as the dawn came, a  rooinek.;standing racing liltn. He was  a petticoat nnd might have thousands  behind him. The sentry brought his  rifle to the "present." It wns an easy  shot���������a tall man, with no khaki tunic  to deceive tho marksman. Then the  Mauser barked.  In this wise Piper Duncan Farquharsou of the Highland brigade rejoined  his laird.���������Detroit News.  OOEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mall Linos.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country,  ALLAN LINE-From Montreal  M  DAILY TOURIST  CARS  ���������   To   ST.   PAUL,  Wednesday find Siin'lay  To TORONTO ,  And  Every  Friday  i  To ,  MO-HUE AL     ixnd  BOSTON,  passing Revelstoke as follows :  Bastbouncl 4:45,  Westbound 21:34,  "IMPERIAL1 LIMITED."  Pamphlets furni.sbed free  E. J. COYLE, T. W. BRADSHAW,  A..G. P. A., Agent,  Vancouver, B,C, Revelstoke.  Liinitoi1.  Oporai iia?' Kaslo & Slocan llailvvay.  International Navigation'& Trading  Company.  Schedule of Timc-Pacinc Standard Timo  Effective Fob. tut, l'JlH).  Kaslo & Slooan Railway  Passenger' train for Sandon and w.n.v stations '  loaves Kaslo nt 8 a.m.:  iliiilj'. i ettiriiimr. leaves  Sandon nt l.lo p.m., hit! ving nl Kiwlo li.oo p.m.  ��������� International Navigation and Trading   ;  Company  Operating on Kootoiiny Lake und Iti Via'. '  SS rNTi-'UN.'.Tio.s-Ai. leave* Iviihlo for Nelson |  at li nan. daily except Sunday; rcliiriiiiig, leaves  \*cl*on at, l.:������) P-"-. calling at. rnlloiir, I nol  Pay. Ahihvvorlh. end nil way points: connects  Willi S. K. & X. train to niul from bpoknne, nt  l<'ivo Mile Point., -  Lardo-Duncan Divisioii  A SI 10It   ALHHHTA.  Steamer Alliei'ln leaves Kaslo foi- Lnrdo and  Argon tn nt S::i0 p.m. Wednesday.*.  Hlciiniersuiillnl, principal landing* .in both  directions, iind nl otlier point* when signalled..  Ticket* sold to all poinl* in Ciuindn mid liie  United States. ,,,,.��������� .-  To  ascertain   rntos   and   full   liilorinntioii,  ,ld,lre8',: H015ERT 1UV1NC, ., '  Tnie.sinn  -  X'litiidiau  Corinthian  iirisiaii  ,'J'iuiibinn  '3uno "0  July 7  "   14  "   21  A lit*, t  DOMINION ETNE-Erom Montreal.    '  Vjinenuv er Jly.  fJriie.iiiu.il     ���������*   ��������� , ��������� ��������� "  Ciiiiibioiir.ui       ' ��������� .       "  IlKAVJSH LINE-From Montreal.  I.nkc C'hniuplain  l.iiko Mcgiuilfo  ���������  J.nku Superior  I.nkc Ontario  biiSitnniii    ������  Julj'l  ���������'   It  "   I.S  "   '-''j  Aug. I  s tr  Manager, Kaslo, 13. C.  Canadian Pacific Navigation Oo. E'd  ALASIfA   KOtJTfi.  Sli'iuircrs for M'r'nr.jrel. .huifaii fllnl Skng  leiive Viclorln  Every Wednesday at 8 y. r?.  and Vancouver  Every Thurcdny r������t 2 p. p.  SI(Concr* f"-Northern  T'.riti*Ii  Calunihin V  leave Vicforiii and Vnncoiivcr Weekly,  l.'afi'.*, etc., on appliention (o  C. S. li.\XTl'"lt.  Ooncral Pii-scnger Aa,e>nl.  yiifloriu, 11.  \\ i> y  Ol'iS  C,  T!i**oligors ticketed llirongli to nil purls of  (Irent Hritaili '.nid Ireland, iind at, specially low  intcilo all parts of tlio European Continent.  Apply to nearest railway or steamship ugent or  to '  T.  W. BRADSHAW, Agent,  Revelstoke.  S. S. " Lardeau."  i  . Ili'.nn'l'g bet Vvecii Arrovvliend anil TlroliiMiii1^'  bindinv coiniiicncilig .luno 10, 1WX), vviil anil (in  follows (vv eat her permitting) i  Leave 'Arrowhead lor Thoiiibon'a Lundilig  iiikI Con iipllx nt 7k. daily.  heave I'lionisoii's l.iiliilingiuid ConmplK* for  Ai'i'ovvhciid at 17k. (biily, coiincclitig Willi nil  0. I'. It. li'iiins nnd bo.'itx.  'i'lie. owner* i'e*erve thu ri^bt to change lilnes  of sailings without notice.  TIIE ITUKU ROBINSON LLTMIJEU CO. L'TU.  '     '" P. RODINSON,  Managing Director,  'BA������$R & ASHiCBOFT,  Dominion and Provincial  Land Supveyopg,  i::r::f.-G zveivtXRs-.  s-.n-v i-vcf - r.f ^ii!'.(s. Mifiei-al I'!.'.: iiis n i.d CinV. I'  !..iinl-'.  VANCOrVKR,   IJ. (', THE KOOTENAY MAIL"  .7.  9.  %  *������������������ **^ *��������������� '.^ *=s- *��������� ^ *;??* '.^ is. r^ *  Photographic  supplies  We have just opened a large  shipment of  I  f  I  &  $'  %  a. Cameras,  j������ Kodaks*      , '    'J  ���������y , ��������� a  .1    ��������� Chemicals, ������  #    -     ' ���������tf  ������ . s>  plates, films and everything re- $  quired for the amateur photo- 3?  graphs. - Call and see them. ������  Everything, new and up to date, ffi  at the .X  '   ' ���������'..-.  |  I Canada Drag ft BookGo I  s?  s  f(C  .9.  /P  a?  I  I  W        "  &&Ki&9i'i&K&K&*;i&K-&*i-ik*>'i  Revelstoke Station.  cers, particularly of Mrs. Molson's labors which were without ceasing in the  interests of the Society.  The annual meeting of the,Brotherhood of Canadian Enguieers takes  place at Hamilton on Wednesday and  Thin sda v of this' week.  ���������Sam Ncedha.ui won the carving set  at Koy SniyLhe's weekly shooting contest on Saturday evening,'with a scoie  of 21 out of a possible 25.  A meeting of the liberal association  will be held at 8:30 this evening in  committee, rooms opera house, a full  attendance of members is requested.  D. J. O'Donoghue.. Dominion labor  commissioner passed through to the  east yesterday having completed bis  business in li. V.  There. ,\vas a scarcity of "pack anil  saddle horses on the 'Big Bend trail  last week, some outfits having to wait  three or four days for accommodation.  There arejjthree trains������\vorking on the  trail'this summer. ���������  'MARRIED.  Por.oK-C-rfi-JRVASC���������At Twin  Untie; on  '    Monday.July 20, 1UU0, by  Rev.  H.  J.  Thompson, Mr. Stephen Polok, C-.'P.  11. section foreman,( to  Miss  M clan a.  Cservak.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  S. Lawrence  last night.  left   for   Salmon   Arm  ���������   Uev.'J. Munio of,Trail, arrived iu the  city last night. >  The   Piesbyfery- of  Kamloops   will  nieel in Hevelsloke on the loth in&t.  M. Petlipiece left with his pack train  for Carnes Creek yesterday.  .1. .1. Lahgstaft, of Trout  was in town yesfeiday.  Lake6 City','  P.Burns, of Calgary, registered at  tbe Revelstoke on Sunday. -    , '  The (J. P.' Ii. employees of Kamloops  purpose holding a picnic at Shuswap  on'August 21th  next.  Dates for the   Salmon  Arn  (oral   exhibition   have  been  Sept 2()(.b and 2bsi.  Chas Abrahamson is back from Trout.  Lake and speaks in glowingi terms of  the'eountry. He say* it's like 'war to,  hear the shots .'ill over the hills. He  returns in a few days.  0        ,  ' Miss Austin, dressmaker,at',the Cash  Bazaar, left on, Sunday morning for  Toronto tq, attend the fall openings.  She is expected' to return about September dth.       - ' '  Principal Sullivan returned Sunday  morning after a most enjoyable noli--  day in the Okanagan, and ready to  resume his duties at the school bouse  next week.  The Revelstoke Gun Club are 'making arrangements for a two days shoot  to be. held'Friday and Saturday, Aug.  21 and 23th., Seveial clubs have signified their intention of sending teams  a ml the townspeople 'are subscribing  fairly well for a prize list.  ,,THE SOCIETIES'RE-UNION. ,'  1 '    a i  Approaching Event at Nanaimo Will bs  tlie-Largest on Record.';   ',  agricul-  lixed  for  ��������� The re-union of secret societies which  is to beheld at jS*anainio*ou the 11 Eli  instant promises to be the largest on  record, the Kanaimo' committee and  .business'men intending to do credit to  tlieir city. Tho committee are in receipt of information showing that (he  societies vviil be represented in ,������real  numbers iu liie four cities. '-  The Nanaimo societies have in preparation a i ui in bur of fluats, and considerable coniuetition nnd rivalry ivill take  ; place for liist honors.  | The Foresters .have, in preparation a  ! .miniature Sherwood Forest, wilh the  [ accessories, trees, hounds and deer. A  j special feature is being made of the  iu the city haying just returned from i p:.nu|e, fi->0 being offered tbe best rep-  Klondike. , I rcseiiied  society,   $20   to   the  society   ~ ' marching iu the best order, -S30 to  the  best, society float, and $20 to   the   best i  decorated iioa'..  Tn addition to tin's, over ������200 lias  been set aside for athletic sports. The  celebration will conclude with a dance  in the opera house, and the privileges  giv-pn bv the local committee of an excursion by water and rail will enable  many to enjoy a day'.-> outing that will  not soon be forgotten.���������Colonist'.  The Trail smelter is to be enlarged al  once by.the addition of two more lend  furnaces. ' .  Mr. Skene, brother of C. H. Skene. N  Mrs.  K.   Toombs   and   family   have  gone to Glacier  to spe  ndv  couple (  if  we  eks.  A farewell tb Dr. ai d Mi.-s Pa3.it i*  heing arranged by lhe ladies of St..  Peter^'s Church.  The Miss-s Uarlaon are leaving lhe  Cential for southern points greatly lo  the regret of their nnuiv friend?.  Furnished rooms to let.  ,1. C. Hutchl-son, upposit 1:  Ai my barracks.  Apply  In  Salvation  , Major t'lohecy ni.-mnijci of the Henni-  soii group in North Ij.im Kootenay w.-i.s  a guest nt the  Hevelsloke  on   Sunday.  O. Yi. Xagle ,'iud .1. R. Scolt left  vc-"-  tei-day morning for  Prairi?   Mountain  do a.sse*siiienl. work lor J. -M. .r\<>llie.  to  (i. M. Cbiike left Sunday uioruing  for Nf-lsnn. to do the lini-hing woik on  one of lhe large and handsome blocks  recently erected in that city.  Anti-Compulsory Vaccination.  The following petition from llie citi  y.c-n% nt Vancouver and Victoria, with  'over 2000 signatures attached has been  pn wnled to  the legislature; - -'  To tie; honorable the speaker and  member* of the legislat'- e assembly 'of  the province, of Uritish Columbia, in  legislature assembled:  'J'hc p 'lit ion of the undersigned residents of the province of flrili-sh Columbia, humbly shewelh:  That many person* resident iu the  said province, entei tain ronscient ions  scruples against vaccination as a means  of prevention of sural  TEACHER WANTED  Fur C'omapiix School, lady preferred, holding  cei'liiicile. .Duties to commence Aug. 13th,  1900. -iiiiij-j- - Soil per niontli. Apply .stating  qualiik'ition? to "  J. W,  FAIRTIALL,  S-c'ei-etary-TreaMirei'. ,  Comaplix, li. C.  Our, livery and freighting business  with stage line "and mail contract in  connection, including 45 head, of  horses, harness, saddles, stages, freight  wagons and ore sleighs. v  ���������  Any part of  above sold1 to suit pur-_  chaser.    For particulars apply, to���������  CRAIG- rand HILLMAN,  / Thomson's Landing, B. C  -g^-y^---.���������-  ^        Kootsnay Lodge  N*  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  i.*        ���������. ��������� '���������  *   *   Thercgulni'meeting.s  arc held in (ho Masonic Temple. Bourne  uTTnll,  on  tlio    third  fit on day -in-each  .month 'nt   X  p. ,111.  Visiting   brethren  cordially welcomed.'  <3  II. J. PRATT   SECltKTAKY.  REVELSTOKE 2.0S>GS, I.'O. O. P., No. 25.  r$������f_^5<<fr������f$������ ������__h(__^(___������t__^<^ri^r_|^(_^(__f? r$>r^)f$?r__9 tfatfa<fa<fa&<fat������h&<fat$h ������$������r$)  t,    Goods at Your Own Price.    S������  r__> _ <^?  ctfl 25 Per Cent Reduction on^*������^        *���������- ',       4?  nw Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Water Cooler and Water f^j  ^ Filters, Screen Doors and Windows, Lawn Sprinklers, Coal  0^  4 Oil Stoves. .    ; \     t ������  if All First Quality Goods.     Make a Note Of It. <|>  *^W ���������������  Piimmmiii   '���������'���������"l'"'ff ��������� *^^  f W.   M.   LAWRENCE, |  ^ HARDWARE       -'      STOVES    '  -       TINWARE. ^  .GREAT CLEARING SALE AT COST PRICE  1   .    * FOR CASH ONLY  Flour, Wheat, Shorts, Bran,'  ,    ,' ,       Family Groceries & Farm Produce.  nHnzaaMHMHrsaMMMM  Savage: Bros., Second Street.  Keguliu- ineetinifs aro held  ���������N. TfEDWARDS. N.G.       J. A. STONE, Sec.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. P.  -������.--_-^__ -Meets every TucHdiiy  |x"      ^^Srs    evening in Oddfellows'  '*���������---'   W^^-1 Tall    nt    b   o'clook.  Visiting bretlii'eii Corel inl I y invited  to  nt-  tend.  11. HANBUllV, X..G.    "       AN'. MATI1IK, Si:c.  */  : o-'&V-,,       ������i&-'?f  . - ������l ^-."���������>- :-'J-' ;  ���������!������������������������/ 2*J>? l'|  miss!������*  COURT MLT. BEG3IE  I.'O. P, No. 3461.  t Meets in the Oddfellows  Flail on the' second and  lonrtli Mondays of each  month. , Visitni},' breth-  invitccl  to ntlerid.  rcn  Ji. ll.  ATKIN'S,  C. it.  ���������  -G. \Y. MITCHELL,  li. d.  FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS, .'���������,:.���������'  .   ^ss*r<NOTARIES .PUBLIC,/ ETC!  FIRST   STREET,   REVELSTOKE.      " '  DRESS  Lord Chesterfield was undoubtedly right when he declared his  belief that,most peoplG formed some opinion of a man's sense and  character from his dress. "The inclination to dress vvell is shown  ,by the number who come here" to be clothed. They come here  -because .if ourability to give them the coriect and proper garments. They ��������� get the/best' qualities ; the' best trimmings; the  ���������best1 work ;.,thu best fit that's to bhhad.    They get cxclusiveness.  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.  Gold Range Lodge,  K. Of P., No. 26,  ,    Revelstoke, B.C.  ^ieets every Wednesday in Odd Follows'  Hall nl, S o'clock.  Visiting- Knights invited."  W. MATHERS,  ���������     C. C.  J. SAVAGE.  K. of 11. & S.  HOLDICH  AXD-  ANALYTICAL CIIKMIST  , ASSAYED.  Royal School of Mines, London..'  iseven years at Moi-fa Works, Swansea.  . Sovcntcr.i   yc.u-s   Chief Cliemi.st  to Wigan  Coal ami Iron (Jo.,.Eng.  Late Choniist and As--ayor, ITnll JMines, Ltd.  Every description   of  unsay  nnd  analytical  work undertaken.  Claims examined and reported.upon.  REVELSTOKE, B.C. ��������� 1  ���������prALIVEY & aicOA'UTEH  jlJ. ,'- ��������� '  HABKISTtflt.S, SOLICITOUS, ETC.  Ol-'I-'ICIie :     TvIOLSO-VS JLUrK. BLOCK)    ItliVKL-  STOKE,   H. 0."  IMoney lo lon.n.  Ofllee--: /{evet'iloko.' P.. C; I''ort Steele, H. C.  Ci-;o. S. Mc(:\i:ti:i{. .1. A. irAiivnv,  tevel-loki',  (   P. ('..  Kort Steele, M. C.  ���������J.  \V.  fJROHS,  M. I).  Our'������. Assortment of  CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS,  STRAW, MATTINGS  WALL PAPERS,  DRAPERY GOODS,  Etc., is the Largest in the West.  Samples Free on Request.    , '  fOSM. Victoria, B.C.  THE.  Badminton Hotel  VANCOUVER.  RATES . $2.50    PER   DAY,  .Sl'KOKON TO THE C. I'. R., CITY HEALTH  (fl'VlClilt.  Ofll'--':: T.ii 1,n- lllock, Afiiekenxic Avenue.  REVELSTOKE  -pox:  Thitin     ICriC'l-md    where    the   same  Mr. and .Mrs. If- \*. Scud rctui u.-d  Siintbiy iiioi'iiiutc fn'in a vvek's visit to  the Okiiiiiignn.  ������crti)ucs lar^eiy  .1. Lauder and J. McMalnui returned  from I'Vi'Ktison hist night where they  have been iloinif assessuient wot l<.  Jl.-v. K. .J. Tlminp'-iou, .Mrs. Thoinp-uii  aiid family ri'turueil.S.ilmday morning  Irom Okamigan lake uhei'ii they have  been campiiiK for the past two   wenks.  The ladies of St. Peter's Talent  Society wi.-h to express their apprecia-  tiuii of tlie work ut the outyuiug offl-  ! ���������' exist lej^ixhitiiai was  enactd in J808, relieving slich persons  ,ui(] their children from the necessity  of submitting Io such vaccinaU'uu  Your petitioners feeling that it i.s  ju f iniit lhe. con.icienliuiis sciuplcs of  the citi/.en should bo respocred and  li.tviui.' repaid to the, aiiir.iHlincnl of t he  law an made in JOn^l.uid, ifenby I't.iy:  That, legislation ot a like nature ^iv-  in^ relief as tla/'reby provided may be  enacted by your liononr,ibl<r body and  that what is ri^ht and just may be  done in the premises;  And your petitioners in duty bound  will over prity.  l-'dl!  F.  First  Class  iWopk  - (i���������  J@&'~ GIVEUSATRIAL  BUKSR,   Proprietor.  Phono   43.  JJIi.VLEK' tX  Fancy' Goods, Japanese and  Chinese Novelties and Silk  Goods, bamboo VV.ork, Ruttan  Chait's, and Crockery Wttre,  ALHO  Fruits 'and Confectionery.  .   Opposite the Post Offices,  Front St". Revelstoke, B.C.  Your Pocket-book  i. . amy'bo low but nobody sees it, hut  if your clothes nre .slinbby Hint  Hetties it, nobody wants to know vou.  Ladies or Gents Tnilor Made Clothes  repaired and cleaned in good style.  Call or send post curd.  Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.  Kslnblishcd 13 years.  Strictly Union Labor Shop.  M  is next to Godliness."  Highest Cash Price Paid for  All shipments urc examined by rue ns  soon as l.liey arrive. Pioinpt returns assured. Prices are too hi^h to wiirrnnt  holding jfoods for .'iny length of time.  You should keep po.sted on the returns  you get. from  G. W  BALDWIN,  I'. (J. I'.o\- IU Af,-cnl for .Jte<. Ullmnii  Winnipeg, Man.  If you' want' you  ���������Vi-tjrk done  ill a clean and  eeononticai   way ' send  card to  scavenger  a.  FRANK SAUNDERS,  Revelstoke Station.  maiwrmn^ie^Ma^sitiscaiiBssir^  VIVATK OV mi-KOVKMKNT*.  xonci:.  Alice. Alice  I'V.ietion,   Monanzn   King. Crown  Point,   Gloucester.   Lust  Chance    niinernl  ,  claims,  situated  in tho Revelstoke Mining  -.Division of Wost Kootoiiny District. Whore  located :   On Ground Hog Basin.  Take notice that, I, Willinm A. Bauer, agent  fori). II. Wilson, free minor's certificate Xo. B  ���������HiS-'t. Km irk Young, free minor's cerlifiatc No.  B 'J478">. J. II. Iloure. free miner's certificate No.  B -1.3010. intend, sixty days from Ihednto hereof,  to apply In tho Mining Itceorclei' for n Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grimtof the above claim*.  And further take notice that action, under  section :17. must, be commenced before lhe  i.-suaiice'of slich Cei'tilictite of Improvements.  Dated lljta Utli day of June, IlK/i.  WILLIAM A. BAL'KU.

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