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Array c  1  ���������-<  .>  t."  Fbl. 8.���������No.' 19.  REVELSTOKE. B. C.  A U  0-  Del.  $2.00 Per Tear.  Concessions  By Hie Company���������A.  W.  Puttee  Speaks On the Strike���������Mc-  ������������������   Manamon Denies That Strike  is Settled in South /Coot en ay.  accorded them.' A few mil������; cat-:  of die city two foremen had iifcd  ''he- hand car to go to iho.iKarc.-M  station.-is they had been used fork),  ant! were arrested and v.ere serving  a month in jail for it. In the wesi  a hireling had hold a gang of men  ill work at the ]joint of a gun ; his  punishment was 'a fine. 'J he ofli-  cers of the 'traekmen had been arretted for styling as trailer one ol.I confess iliat in mv oiiinkni it was  their number who had accepted the I not  what  was  expected  from the  help was addressed to Mr. Ralph  ffmilh as President of the Dominion  La hour Congress of Canada an<  not in his capacity of M. P.. and to  this request no reply was received  in Revelstoko, but. instead, the correspondence was turned over to Mr.  Bremner which was correct procedure had die matter been sent to  a member of  parliament, hut must  iiior  is in t*ir  ���������ire  t-esits jturiusmngs,  s������  re  ETSLSTOKE.  PL  it._  Jack Winters Confesses.���������-Assish  jn Recover/of Bullion.  I'l'innii-.sidii    mi     fiei^'lii  -Mt-ssL... C. F. biirhii.-uk,  1  Th  \ i-tf.  ������! It"V,(III I"  .,1 "t.,P.m-������-.  J. D. .Sioh.ild  fin  n Francisco. A us. 12.���������Jack  Winter?, who was arrested a? a suspect mi connection' with the Selby  smelting works, roliberv, has confessed and so far $180,000 worth of  bullion has been recovered from the  bay, where he had sunk <t;  davs   the   detectives  !.t.  T  E.' L  J. Y'l'ln^.  ��������� TIip sti'iiniliiiiit committoc i-ppm-ieo  lli.tt the, in.-njhinery is expected dail\  and would at once bo put in place s<.  Unit the bruit would be- in i cadiness fo>  JiiUiiohing bv the first week in September.   .    '      "'  'or  GRIP AMD PASSWORD.  An unconfirmed n;i  culation to-day that  the company  oner to concede  everything asked,  but refuse to  recognize .the Italian  members   of   the.   union 'as such.  Needless to say no such discrimin-  will be countenanced  by the committee.   However, enough is knoun  to warrant the statement J lint substantial progress to a set dement'is  being made at the Montreal conference between representatives of the  Jo nt Protective Board and Pre-- -  dent Shaughnessy.   Definite  word  as to   result  of  conference is expected within next few days.  MAIL CLERKS HEARD FROM.  The railway mail clerks hnvu  communicated with the acting minister of labor Btatm0 that they feel  there is considerable risk to iUn>  feJves in carrying on operations on  ihe Canadian, Paciiic Ilaihvav at  tl e present tim\ owing to the" bad  condition of the road and the nunr  ber of accidents which have already  occurred.'"' Immediately' on 'receipt  have tried all sons of persuatioii to'  make Winters  confess, but apparently without effect.    .Finally Winters asked 'to see  Superintendent  Kopp of the Selhy works, who he  Miid  was  the  only fr.'end lie had, j  In   his   conversation   with   Kopp, j  Winter*' manner indicated that he j  knew where the gold had been hid- I  den.   Kopp told Winters that they  had a strong ease  ogam si  .���������.. -..c     c ...... him and  that he would- be sent'to prison for  ��������� .80 year?. He said ; " You will lie  tin old man when you got out, and  it will do .you no good, to hide the  gold, ��������� We know ii is hidden in tlie-  water near the works, and we will  search every "inch. You may 1 e  sure tho gold will be found before  yen get out of prison."  ���������Winters  finally  weakened   and  tokl  Kopp that  ho had taken the  gold   and  would  take  him to the  spot where, it was hidden. - Winters  'ill  company with  Supcrlntcuclen  kopp and a  force of detectives k-.t  6U   it tug last-night for Crocke t-  There they.waited all night- for low  hue.      Winters    po.nred   out   the  place  at  the end  of   the railroad  wharf  behind  the coal bunkers at  the head of  tho   Vallejo ferry slip.  At that point at   low  tide the mud  is about four feet deep covered by a  foot of water  ���������   .���������  k. or p.  Gold K.nitfe Lodgt> has several ;ip.  plica lions mi Inind IniL diu-in<������ the  w.-M-in evening* no rnnk'wnrk is lieim/  t.-iki'ii lip, the iiiiMiilnr-: preferring tn  adjourn jifier iiU.'i.'diiijIj to lontine  I hi ->i n '      ,  '      " '   ,-,  i. o. v.   ���������''  Tim   Tti-jli, slanrlinrr  Committee   of  the. Hicb  Court, of   MritU'li   Co!uml.i;i  nipt, in Vfinenuvpr Friihiv pvnnih"' last  willi   U.   H     Pvkp.   JI'C.R ;    IJ    ]{.'  Atkins TI.V.C.R.;  M.J. Prelum.  H  S.J C  R. Kin?.   I IT..  iimH   Dr.' Hiv i  donp J:ic!f, Tt.P.. in   nltrmil.-uicp.    The!  eliiiif   bu.sinpsi   before   tho   conmiitlpc '  wnq tiin iippiiinlitiont   of  nn nr������,inizpr  | Jilifl. on ;i   liidlot,    h'UMi   tukoil   fin    lllP  applications,    Dm id   Gnnt   nf    Van-  Cfiiivrir   wns   declared   elected   to   the  filllcc. siji-ject t.i   dip   iippmviil  nf   I he  Sii'preiiip  Ciu'ef  llnnjjpr,    At the con-  elllMnll nf lillviilli'HS   I lu������ cnnmiitii'p W.-iK  "nierhiiiif,! at stippor by Mrs, Orelum,  of thii Communication the labor  department communicated with Mr.  Whaughnessy in rc-fertnee to'the.  matter, transmitting the eoinuiuni-  cation,, received from the raihvav  mail clerks., ' ' '    '  ARRESTED J)Y SPIXIALS.   ' ,  The Calgary Alh'ertan says: ,{,'On  Sunday evening last when the.C. P.  R. passenger train pulled r.])"al.tho'  station here four men were arrested  by four C.'P. K. special, constables,  charged  with  attempting to enter  upon  a  railway belonging, to tho  C. P, K. without consent of'an ofii-'  ceror   servant,   and .irauduleiiilv  riding on their trains.    The above  information was laid against these  men by Xavier La riviere, who was  j assisted ,in making the arrests bv  i Alfred  Haulei-Joseph   Lafevrcand  | K, L.  barker.,    Two of   the men,  who have been  emploved for some  time past on the city public works,  were conviclM on'evidence given,'  and seutenciJ, to five davs imprisonment.   Tiie other two/who have  been in the oinplov of Hull Uw. ������fe  Co., and Van Wart A Co., and from  whom they had not yet drawn their  company's bribe.    He was anxious  to find out what would be the definition of the word "' traitor."     r| |)(.  company uere'opcnly violating the  Alkn   contract     labor     law,   (he  amended act,oily being ashunted'tn  the last   day  parliament sat.    'I he  officials   knew   it,   the   press,, the  premier  and  the labor department  are'  all  aware  of   i!, but our laws  .seem,   non-effocliv.e at  the with of  tins company'.     There is in Canada to-day a  law for the rich and  another for the poor, as represented  ' by the company and its irackmen.  '1 he speaker dealt with the subject  of compulsory arbitration, and its  power   to  abolish .strikes,    Under  this system there was no such thin������  as  a  refusal  of  recognition of an  organization.   It'isthe principal of  collective bargaining that is objeci-  cri'lo.    Organized capital desires to  deal with  r.norr.anizcd   labor.   Jf  the   company   Mere f'ueeu/siul, iii  obmbating  the  men, by  next year  ol-ery'foreman would be required to  sign an agreement not to belong to  an organization.   He" rera.emi.etvci  Mr. Lowe as an officer of the old  Canadian   Brotherhood of   Trackmen.   When that Brotherhood'ap-  proached tho'C. P. It., as it did last-  in   Winnipeg,' it was  sent  to   the.  right'  about, and  finally with the  .^sistanee of the G  President of the  Labour Council  ���������Still   if   the   position  In; a pureh  honora'ry  one  if  would   be :i'good  plan to have , if   widely known as i  would   ,hc   the ' hi.-1 "man   m   m.  world   to'  expect    son.oihing   fo-  nothing..  Mr. rimith states tliat in  has no connection with the authorities, then in , tha't case what is tin  jurisdiction  of the president of "a  national labour council? '1 he assertion is made that I was economical  of the truth  in  my remarks to" the  Trades and Labour Council at Vic  PUBLIC SCHOOLS.  Visit cf Minister of Education.���������  New Buildings   will   'not be ,  Erected this Season.  Hon.   .J.   D. Prentice. niini.Ntcr of  education, was  in the city Monday  ind  spent   most,of  the (lav in se-*-  i'lii with (hoM-hool i;n:ird':ind Mr.  I'iiyl":-.  M. P. P.,  on   bi-sinr?.-  in  eoniie.-iion ,v,;ith the er."i-T,.,;i of   tho.  ;>ropn.-vd M'hool buil.lliiLfr for whieli  t grant of .|80()0  was   madeatiho  ,;ist session of the legislature:    Mr.',  i'renticc promi.-ed to at once put in  .land the erection of  an e'ght-rocm  frame structure with a stone foundation, four rooms of  which would'  be completed at an expenditure to '  come within the limits of the grant.  The trustees, however, held*' out for  ,..,.. ,         -     '   ���������-  v,'l   "u"'-,|   lien     uill  1U1  lOna, this is a cpv.ost:on of veracity   a brick  building estimated to cost  tetw.een  two persons.-   I regret j   when ��������� completed     about   $13,000  could  not .meet Mr, Smith in Victoria, but would  relate the storv o  the southern  mammy who whilst  on   her   deathbed   was   rcqueoui  when  she reached heaven to loo!  after a neicbbbrV boy Jim, rephe.  ion  all  neigh box  ''Do  you  s'|.ose'an oie rlieuma  lookin'  ohei  ���������vlin piijov.s   tiier (li.Miniiiior, of   l.<-ii-,^ [ bnek pay, and   according to their  tlif'irily Coiiip.-itiioii  of  i lm Finest in'  I5.C.  I3ii������.-li lire*alona lb" N;ikn<p ,',; Sioc.-in  oivn evidence had no intention of  leaving, the city, .were released although still a little nervous from  the effect of one night behind Ihc  'bars, __ The cases were heard at the  X. 'AV. M. Police barracks before  Major (tandci's.  a. w, Plttk;;, y,. v..  r. R., it w;i,  choked.     Xo'w ue-are toltPthat the  Canadian  railways would  like  to  deal   with_ a purely .Canadian organization.'     The    company   had  never  waged  such a  war as they  had   during   the'.last fewmonths.  The   company   had.;determined to  win by fair means'or foul and there  was no  doubt that they had used  most of the latter.  -He agreed with  Mr.  McLellan in his remark that  the men were not given a fair hear-  ing because they v.'ere always bein?  put under new bosses.     Tho only  recommendation  the railway ofrk  cial had .was ���������his���������record, and his  recort!   meant   his   ability   to cut'  down expienr.es, which was the sum  and  substance of   successful railroading, and so being shifted about  as   the'y  were they became strong  enemies  of  labor. '  It woukbbe a  black mark ,to those official? if they  were compelled ' this year to recognize tho trackmen.   Ho never went  out of hi?!  way to censure the official.-,   Tiicv ws'iv placed its a posi-.  woman   can,  go  heaben for  your  Jan, i'il be d,������m  he'ci.ii  look mo up."   i wired Mi  K. Smith at"Xanaimo that I would  bo in Victoria,.  The strijco is fast approaching  .the closing' chapter aiid it may be  the said gentleman 'is, anxious to  belong to the " Wc-did-ii" boys-'  class. ��������� ' . o, "  'Thanking you,in anticipation foi  courtesy of publishing this ^aidica-  :ion'.  'Yours truly,'  T., J: CiH.Aii.v:.r.  Rcvelstolce, P>. C. ���������   .       ���������  Aug! 14th, 1001.   '  DK.VIBS nEPOK'f'WlAT jsTHIKE IS OVER  OX 'ivOOTE.VAY UKA.\C!lli.������. ���������  The following letter' from   ;hc  Organizer is addressed to ihc Xclsc n  Tribune:   ' ���������        ���������       -  "���������Having read  in your paper of  this date (Aug. 14th) the following  'item of news;  'Tho ��������� strike   o!   the   C.P.R.'  '  trackmen .on   the    Kootcnay  branches of 'the C.P.R. is now  virtually   over, as practically  all the old foremen have 'gjue  back to work.'  and being able from   personal observation to correct this statement.  I hope you will  grant me space in  your  valuable 'paper' to, do so'.'   I  wen Cover the line on the loth inst  which would necessitate the raising  of another ,1=7000 of, which amount  Mr.  Taylor'.feels confident that at  next   session   he   can'procure tho  .reater portion.   , With this as?ur-  inee the board decided to allow the  '^oairi-r ro'Flan.'l .. ver foriRo prc-eist  in Uifc hope, that  nest spring there  ���������''iibe-iin appropriation' tuIJieient  o  undertake   the   erection   of   a  building which ihoy consider would  metit with tho approval of, the citizens.   The present grant of -$8000  does not lapse until''September oi  next year.  School re-opotta-,'Monday'with  Miss Grant temporarily 'in charge  if the third division- while Mi?s  McConneii takes the .-ixth rt;v"Mcn '  ;;:,,;n;' ;b������ ab-i-n^'of ������hr- v-'eular  , teachers, Misses  Edgar and Fraser.  G-  T/'/mg Ore Goes $5000 per Car-  .    Andrew Ferguson in Nslson. ,  When    the   iv.j;   first  Crcckelt, Winters  pointed  reached  out the  spot in the wilier where he had  thrown the gold, .'Superintendent  Kopp marked the place and the tug  steamed away to wait for low tide.  This morning Winters got into the  water ' up to his neck, and for an  hour and  a half   groped  for  the  mini ������..iv ii,.. ������������������,���������. of I,,,,',,;,,* a Son   addressed a public meeting in Win  Tt. I resile it I, ii |iiih,f, ^'1 |nj|,.s fm���������  Niikii-sp on MoiHi.iy. P,i>j.wi.njr(,|.,, f,,|.  till' Slocail lire ohll^cd In 'Tn |,y n-Hy nf  Uulisiin and SlnraiiJunriidii.  J. rieirliiinr. J. Ladiifi- and E.  AiNlin Inft ilits wi-ck for JJoniivnl, as  H'piCM'iitnlivi's nf |ln> lucid limther.  IkhiiIs, tn ine.'L tin* C. V. R. oflj.ii.-ils.  W. 8;irK">it   wiib   lu'i  .^t'uli   lniils:i  civw, ,-i derrick and nil iippliiintw; ucrt  missing bullion,     lip so 10 o'clock ." i;ik.*n somii Wcdiicsdny iifti'niiifm to  frl 10,000 worth b.ad been recovered. M'l-pliici'  ihc  lairnt'd  iirid^   on   i.bc  This includes t!ic four bars of fine ,' Nnkuop & Slncwm.  gold._   Winter had put some of the!    Wiltn-ppff( Antti Ju.Th|1 (i     ,.  lairs in hag?. .  lie. mid one of the '  bag.-  bar  on  fin  ter  ������lon  from the vault to thowharf from  which ho dropped the gold, 'J ho  ���������tug; with the'detectives and the  prisoner, returned to the city this  afternoon,  n:peg  last   week,,    He said he had  met members of clha general committee in  the east, when they wore  returning home for a month'at the  request  cf the corn) any before the  strike.     In   tampering"   with   the  traskmon  by making offers of increases in some cages' the Company  had not acted in good faith.    President   Wilson,  he  had "found, was  not there to dictate, but to advise  the committee.   He.was a specialist  on Fchcdulc? and agreement.   rfh<.,  officials had  the  advantage of ex-  experience   in   dealing    with   the  tion  wliero they bceamo the cne-  mies of   labor,     Thy C. P, it, had  how attained such power that the  only  ,way   to   rule   it   would   be  through the Gahadiail government,  and this government  or another iti  the near future, will be face to face  with the proposition :     "*What are  you going todo witl'i the railroads-/"  The strike again called attention  to the effect- of this corporation on  the life of Hi is country, not only as  a  railway, but as a telegraph company,.   The   people would surely  not   submit   to   having, the news  poisoned by  private anil interested  pajtie's,'    The   postmaster-general  had indicated that he was considering a   scheme for the government  and found thai there is one trackwalker from Nelson lu licuniiigton  Falls, two foremen and two men  from-that point to Rob?on, .Another  crew at Slocaji function, 'A crew  composed of one Italian at Park  hiding, Neither foremen nor men  on the Sloean City seoihn. Your  pit per last week staled that sections  on the C, & W, were all filled and  the roadmasler had two good men  to spare. I read a telegram to a  section foreman dated the 12th  iliat., offering him a choice of several  vacant sections, and as to all the  old foremen having gone to work,  out of .12 foremen employedtl on"  Siocari brunches only S have taken  sides with the company and decided  tocscab on their fellow'foremcn. In  some paragraphs your paper states  that work .n replacing the  burned  And rev; Ferguson  of   Fergusor,  ono 'of theouuers of  tho famoi ~  -triune mine in  the Lardea'u, v,; 3  at the Hume yesterday on his w; y  iiome from the Trail sinelter wheio  no   has "been  looking after a shipment of t'wo ears of ore. which we'c!  worth, close   upon   ff'oOOO p.er civ. '  Mr. Ferguson  fays  this is the fii>i  oi the season's shipments, the tot; 1  of. which  it is expected will reach  200 ton?, _ The Triune is differently  situated from  most 61  tho proper,  ties   in  tho  l.ardeau in  that, it's  obliged to work in the ."urnme/and  ���������hut down iu  the winter,-it being  .nipo^ibio to'movo the ore out iii  rawhides   as.'is  usually done,,   Tu  "remove this handicap to workirgit  .vill be necessary  to put hi a tr.-Lin������  now .receivii g  way.   aivl   this   is'  acquisition of (he telegraph in Can-; trestle on the Nakuspliranch is now  The f-Ji'ili'd (;f Trafl" met yesterday  forenoon when the (pK^linn of c.\hnr-  bitant fici^ht. rule t liiiri;i'H ������cie flis-  cu.s.sed nftcr which the following com-  'Uiiui.'w' ������\-fn:������i'|i"iiil,!|i u-1 n'p������ii u; i^  In l-c the liiviikiiitf <>f a mil  under thf  I'lixiiii!  wliilc 1 hi. tniiii   w;h   pushing  over it.   Thu I'iiffine mid  live. ccnch.'> ,  wciv dciiulerl  and  ihc fnlliiwiti^  pn������s- j  sfiiKi-rsiirerepdricd killer! unci injuri-d; !  Juhii Heed,  Ni'wl'rumdl.-uid,  he;ul and  l-K     injured;     Miirtin    .Almon,   Cipe  liieton,   head   injured;   James   (Jrniv,  York     County,      New     I3iiinswiik,  seriously  cut   Jilt   head;   IJ;>i    \V!ii;,',  Kent ('niiiity, .NYIJ., dcnd; IJonuld  JIc  Kchilli,  Cnpe Jjretfifi,   dcndi   'J'lioma.-,  Ci'fwii', (]i  transportation he thought some of  those who had  worked for the bet-  a da. and lie Hoped lie would soon  perfect it and then turn to the minister of railways and say ; " Your  move nest." -'.Mr. Puttee concluded  by reading an agreement that the  company had required'men to sign  unci Blated he favored compulsory  arbitration because it, would make  illegal such monstrous agreements  as that,  &':"HUT.UIY   CiJUIIAM j:j:j').nw.  Euvron Kootknav M.\ii,;  Ikar ^ir,���������Mr. Ralph Smith has  at last decided to emerge from his  apathy ainl' written a lengthy-letter  tein.ent  oj  Jabor conditions might to our  Kwtknay  Mati> outl.'ninjr  oe inchKicu ii  they would accept it his position and also criticizing (he.  a,  an   honor;  hir   Toin, Sir John action of��������� the aforesaid newspaper,  and  Sir   Hick.  thr.r.->   iv.-.���������   !,,��������������������������� ,.���������   i.,., ���������.. ,1,:.. .-    ,     l   l,,- ���������  r ^Dick. there were lots of  them, 'Ihc trackmen's representative that night had nut their case  calmly and wkelv. as bad their  fellows all throucrh. The strike  had been' conducted with great for-  benrance, and   he   hoped'the nien  ^���������whs (|.v������m���������- of enKia,V lcK badly   "! ( ' ">' "L T-W-*    }Q���������n  riimVfJi    ' '"'������������������ would not be goaded in to.making  pi'pe.,  but as this is a matter between the  two parties interested will leave  that for their mutual arrangement;  however, dovetailed in��������� the same  article allusions of a personal char-  aclter are. made to me and in justification of myself feel compelled to  take;issue wither, Smith,  ucli  under  way.   A good-word to  use, as it is so well  under that it is-  "Ut of sight,   Curious how the local  news hunter would not mention the  fact thai neither in  Rossland, Nol-  ���������;-on nor ttlucan City can the agenth  of the C.P.K. Co. find a carpenter to-  go to work while   the   strike is on.  A lino specimen of the Weary Willie  class   was   seen   speaking   to   the  bridge   superintendent   in   Skican  C.ty and go out on the boat, so with !  the assistance of such a helper and  properly written fictitious reports in  newspapers   the   public    maybe   Landing as at'pre,cnl^ Tribune  bi-oilghr to beheve  that taid trestle ���������'  is under repair, but as arrangements are being made tn carry  traffic via fiiocan and Robson, and  over the K,\fc S'., it is advisable to  see for one'* self the truth of these  reports. I must say that -some oi  the local v.ould-be-oflicials arc  placed in some curious positions. I  hoard one wear that he never  woukFcmploy an Italian in future,;  -������������������vmmv  il ti'iiiion.  Mr, Ferguson says the Lardeau  is-at present experiencing the live-  i.ocL time  in  us   history"and as a,"  result  there  has been considerable  'wilding in Ferguson.     This town-  rite was  staked by his brother.and  he naturally regards it as the coming town of the Lardeau.    While in  frail  Mr. ��������� Fc.rtni.-oh   wa;-   given to  understand that the C. P. IC Lardo  nranch would  be ' completed to the  -niuhcrn end of Trout Lake by the  1st of Xbvemhcr.   ' This will 'come  as   a   surprise  to  iho.'o who have  J)'-on over the work, but the railway  people may  have'a card up ir.cn-  sleeve   by   which   they   count on  making belter progress than seems  possible at"j resent;   ''lire comph-  tion of the 'road  to this,point will  "cut the present team  haul on Lai-  dean ores in   two and should resu.t  in   the sa\ing of   at   least -*12 11  transport charges, and if  the mil e  owners were sure  that the. railway  i people would carry out their program they  would team their ore >  Trout Lake instead of to Thomsor'h  ^U������^.'VBi'S|f?{(j'  A lusM-ngpi' nrr.vinjr in Vancnuvci'  from 1 ln> iKirtli hy ilie ni.'.nin-r IJ.-111 r.^  i"poi!."d Unit (jold Ciniiii-.-it net'  fir.-ili.-uii, of Ai in, !i,id ri'-i������ned. The  Hkii}f������v;iv Ai-t-k.in .-,-iys on ih- con.  ir.iry, tlnit ill.' fU|iinr to the efFecui at  Oohi Ciiiiiiiiisaiom.r Giuliani had h;n tl*  i'd in hi-i ri'.iijnation i,s fl n^uit ,,f t| n  court  of  iuquiiy now. hein{{ b������'ld Jn  Athti 17-Juaiivu "vWJ, riv^'ft V*; Vl  W.rJVi   v " ���������    ������������������. '������������������:���������:������������������'-.��������� ������������������    ���������  ' (<���������  ���������Tiy^-������.i������it..ii^ift-^j^.,|.tJY.'.j^<������j-aL.'.jj������.^^,ja,..i..^r.^".':y^������'j������- Kara  THiwT^Tn/>Fi������j������M,���������.-h'"������!!ii.,'ii"*B'������.**^iPi'i.'ii1iyJia.w^.,J'rl'n'i'M1\'1*v''itv mti tjKTtf uit"'!"f!t.i rn^i iwm i-r1j.^n������-T*P"������r������1-Ti������~  i.Kt..'AWa*.../-A^:.V i^^',CittV^������.W'=Ai*'l,,.f'aW^^ THE KOOTE.NAYMAIL  tlbe IRootena? ^Dail  t'i'i;:.is:i:-:n kvkkv i-'/..id.yy.  ���������.cr-  r.2SV2L3TJliS. B.C..  ubj3ri;Jtlca   rrl03,   ������2,00   Per   Annans  cli.DVKRTtSI.VCl   HAThs   quoted   on   application.  J OH PKINTIN'G of every kind at uio-t reason  <iblc rates and shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job" printing or advcvtiMim  '    , payable! on the lii-.-t nf every month :  sub  sei-iptions p.\yablu Htrietly in advance.  over,    \}'hat a subject for a'sermon  on truth.      T. C. >[(-Man.\:ion.  . 13. of K.T. of A."  Since the iippm'trm-Mit of the low  crowd who act us C. P. 11. Special*,  ibeie have la-en m-inv instances nf  cowardly hull} in<������ rec-orded. Another  instance occm red list week at  Rexelstoke station when imp of these  C. P. R. loafeis, who wauled to make  a show of having sunn-thins,' to do,  seized an unfurlunate hoy, who was  ���������dandini; on thestepuf   a car,   by   the  COKUE^l'OXDKNCK  invited on all matter- j neck    and   pulled him   oil.     The   lad  'l^M^                                                              ������!PP������I ^  ������l������n.w������.-lKV  by the name <>f the ".ntcr. nut ncee.^aril}  , nealb the wheels. Sunn; citizens   who  for    piililiu.it'"H.    Ivil, <���������������   ;,n   eviilenc!'   <it  | . .  pindfaiih. 'Cnrrlirpmsdi'iicc must reach tlie [ iMiiiwaeii   I lie   nll.iir   i-xpiPS'-ed  ..fllcc l.y TucnJiiy cveniii^in older to iliiii h /in(<j,,ililti(p|1 ovfir jt-     T|,js ;���������   ,|ie  . pla-jc iii the 11.-1 i-.MiL- i/l the -MAIL unci  receipt.        ���������*'  Addres-i  Tai; Kuothxay Mail,  KcveWokc,' 13.C,  I'. 0. Uux 1o, llevelrtoke Station.  Telej'lioii'e N'o, P>0.  of men the company has to jjot   to  ������reai  sort  do  *rttPffl^f\  y-VHGH   AM)   VTEI.L   1-IGIITEH  JI     ^SAMPLK  UOOJ1:-.    tlc.-ilcd by  "^^-S hot air um 1 olivine  bjlls a'i  light in every room.   Free bus meets all  trains.  REASONABLE  HATES.  NV-dit Grill lUiom in c-omirction for the  coiivc-nieiiee of i/m'.-H arriving nml clc-  p.ulniK by ii'Khi trains. Hourly utrcci  ear between tiotel and ntation.  TH3  PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE  JOHN V. FERKS PROPRIETOR....... REVELSTOKF, B.C.  , its dirty work in ihcio. days when  i puli'.ic opinion is so stion^'ly with the  ' just cause of the strikers that no one  p wiib ihe spirit of manhood in him will  ; conile.-Nceiirl to servo a company which  . is Irving to boat n 1 ii-jjc, section of its  J PiiipliiM's'oiit ,of ii decent liwliliijoil,  Plan and Scope of the International  Exposition in 1903.  The foundation plan of the Hi.  Lo.iis Wot Id's Fair will be that- of an  exposition Until national and inter*  national in its character, so that nut  only the people of the Louisiana pur-  uha-e. tenitoiy, but of lliu Union, and  city 11,,'eiu-:  .1. \V. JillNM.'l r. .  C.I-VVP.V l'lll'l" 'V i'.ikik Co.  !������������������. Ii. Wn.i.-..  CITY UiKNT.-. ���������.. ���������' all ihc iniiions as well, can pni ticipate.  '   Conies,of Tin: M.oi. aw/^ obtaine.l from j     The rominitlec  make  the  fullowinjr j [t will he so projected   and   developed  ihc followingi-iiyiirreiu-: j-iiMi.-ilih-   appeal    to    lite   trackmen: , as to enstire the active  ititerost of all  "Hoy--, we know, yon arc la\v,iabidinjr . the peoples of  the ' world  and  induce  iheir participation upon a scale without parallel in any previous exposition.  ,It will present in a special device,  and in the iimsi comprehensive man  nm\ the history, (lie resotnccs, and the  development of the Stales and Timi  tin ies Ijinir. within   tlie   lirnind.uies of  citizen*,   lioneM,    liard-working   men.  ,���������_ ...  l-_ i and do not helicvc th.it.iiny one of von  LONDON. KNO., AOKNCV. would   he guilty  of endan^ei iny lite,  The   In/.pi'iinl Tyjir Konndry Cu.^Liiniti'ij, i d.'.-! ro\ inn' propi'H y, or   pernut utlici-.  tu do so if ymi could prevent it.'   Ueas  ���������\vi-e as  M'i'pciits  and   a-, harmless a-> i  .iovi"-,' ,uui   do   no!   allow t'.P.U. mer  eenaiiis.   to   t-i t   \iiii   or any of yon."  fiiends into   tldlllile.    The  lullUi'l'   til'*  sie^re am  ���������,Utvi'ili*iii'if ASiiiK A Mib'h Street, Ihenitoni  Liiiilon W'.,' IJijrlami.  .Kiiroponii ;'ir.il Cole-iiail Ailvevliaiaif Astir-}-  Ull'lfeiril.  TORONTO AOKNCV.  5 'Central IVo-" Agviv.T, C.mailiaii AdvTilMiiij  Agency, Ab'eut-.  MONTI'.KAL AttKNCV.  A, McKunK Co., Ajrcnl.s.  IhMbarat!- Advcnwiiib' Asenr}',  ,    rrl'OKANE AGENCY.  j  ���������Aicsn'.i.Ur ii   Co.,  AdvertiKing Ai't-'ht*. 021  Viva: Ave    "     ''  t?AN FRANCISCO AGKNCY. ������������������  K. C. Dakc, 151 and 65 Jtereiuuit.- Kxehange,  Agen!-.   . '   ',    ��������� '  o  NHW YOIiK AGKNCY.  I\cu3iai;l!>ii llros., ;>M nromir.-ny.  i he Jj HiiM.iii.i puich.is'e, s,!in\wnj[ what  it w.ih and ������hat it m: what, it cniit.iiii-  tliu hauler the hat lie tlie , ed and piodueed in 1303; what it con-  moie p;Ku ii'iis the victory Mill lie. We j tains and piuducfii in IVOo.  want a fair sett lenient with the t'.P.U. ', It will niako it plain that the pro  and must have it in leave the seivicu i phecy of lSQo has been more than ful  of the 'company iorever." ! tilled, mid slmw that a vpritable, empiie  For   me...,,   ciespicalile    conduct   f��������� | now- lifli hefcwppii   Uie   Gulf of .Mexico  illMlins   Willi   the    trackmen'*'   Miike | a������fl 3 uS*?t buuiul, wulini llio  limits ol  sinking and most cilective. foi in, as  well as all other new and el'icienl  modes of illuminating, will he su lilier-  ally employed that the. exposiiion  grounds and buildings w ill bla/.c wiih  light at nighl, and their beauties siic-  oes.sfullv i ival the attractions of dav-  light.   * "  For the development  of  iIip e.\po������i  lion to the. full   scope'1 outlined, it will  provide for the. housing and care of e.x  liiliits divided'into a number of   grand  sections, each of   which L will   bo again  divided   into   departments   nod   null-  departments.    The  principal   sections  tino which the  expo^iiion.^ will   Undivided will be as   follows: Agiicultiiie,  anthropology and   ethnology, athletics  and outdoor .spoils and   games, clif mi  cal indusiriex, civ il eiigi;ieeriiig,coloni  zition,   decoration,   furniture,  etc., di'  ������c^ii"ie(J    idiistiie.s, eiJucatioii    iu,dfin-  .striiciitin,   eh'.tiiciiy,    fine   arts, food  stuffs,    forestry,    histniy,   hnnicnliuie  and c.i luiiicuiluie, liberal aits, militaiy  and    naval,   machinery,    milling   aim  inetailuigy,   Miuial   ccoiioiiiy,  textiles,  tianspurtalion, vviltl aniniaN,       ������  Ma. -i :-:.-v/.-c. BLOsx. nelson, b. c.  (lol.i, -Mlvf-r-Tr-a 1 .i-.il t-,.;,;.i :��������� Mim-s v.-.i.-in d .-,i i!,e KXl'HAXGK.  t'uKli -\1II.L1NG Ci'i.ij I'ioih-i'lics vv.niutl .it ouee tor Kustcru investor*.-.  ,.,-'';,!'t"-'!" ,,:IV1I|S Hii'iiaK in-ujici-iy for sale are icjue.--tcd to send samples of their ore to the  cM ll.\.\<iK foru.'iliiiiiriiui. '  All sample- slmiiM be .-eat l.y p-:pre-5*. I'lIKl'AID.  C'uirunjjuiML-iiiL' -lol.eJleU.   Addieas all conjiiiuiiRatioiis to  Teleplioao No. li;i.   1'. 0. !:o\:i:o.  ANDREW F. ROSEN'BERGEn, Kclfaou, B.C.  ri  a a  C-'ltCCLATJON,   '  Tin: .Ko:iM..X.'.V   Ji.vil. !m< a  lir.st-elai's cii"-  ciiliitinn   in  Hi,! t-i: v ol   licvelstoku'iind Mil'-  rnuiKiin;'  ilisirict. ail'  )>lacu.s:  Albei 1 Can win  (llncic;-  (ioliU'ii  AlTOH'llO.Ill  Coniaplix  'J'l'Olll   iMliV Cil\  il.su  ni   tiie fnlliiwiiif-  llli;cille.-.ac(  lto(-oi> 1'a-s  Salmon Arm  TIioiiimiii'.s Landing  (.'n in borne  Kei'ijusoii  Halcyon Hot Sprint's Nakn-p    ,  Liu-ton City fire Valley.  H  ���������AltVEY it McUARTEU  IlAKKI^fLi'IIS, SOLICITOUS, MTC.  OlTICTS :     AlOLHO.NS   IUSK , BLOCK,    lltVEL-  STOKf.,  U. C.  Jloney to loan, '        .   ,  Office.': KevoUtoke, B. C.{ fori Steele, B. C.  Uuo. ?. McGahtek, J.'A.H.vnvKV,     '.  -ltuvcl.stoke, B. C. Fort Steele, B. C.  J.  M.' SCOTT, B.A., LL.B.  NOTAKY  Revelstoko, 13. C.  commend us to the C.f.R. There is  no oppoi t unity of pel ������e( uiiiigllif li.ick-  uien liy its special police and lined  prosecutors lli.it the company lets slip.  The latest game is that of enteiinga  liltel .suit ngniiist the irackmeii'M com-  mil tee and the a i rest of iheVe men for  issuing .i (.itciilar in whit ii they tefer-  ! red to a man named Montgomery ns a  "fraitoi.1, Alinilgnmety was a trackman, look,a place on the union committee, was olf.'nd the po-ilion oT  ass-istant ro.idinastei' as a hail logo  liiick on the tiMcknii'ii, swallowed it,  and has miilc In-fn aiding I lie company  against the track men. What oilier  term can he applied Lo such conduct,!'  If. I he gov eminent would put the law  in motion tor hiviikiiii: the nlien law  and at i es( some of its mvi inidons vv ho  have lihellrd the trackmen there would  he s.nne appearance of am (hut toad"  ministi rj.i.stice in the countiy.  Ri-fi i ring to the stiikeis the Win Id  sayM -'The iim.i who would lie >o mi.  dacious a> to suv  that  these men me  the teuitui v Jeflc'Son obtained by the  Louisiana Puichase,  It will show the hintory, resources  and development of the colonies and  possessions of ibo United Stales, in  'eluding Potto Rico, Alaska, Hawaii,  Siiiioa, Guam and the Philippine*. Ii  will eiiihrice in a similar poitrinul  Cuba mid, tiny other country which  inav, enjoy the special and cwccpiioiial  ptiitwtiou and gu iidianship of the  Unitrd .States. ',  It will di pait fioin the ph.n of all  past expositions and make life and  movement its distinguishing and mat Iced characteristics. To this end it will  aim definitely at an exhibition of man  .is well as. Lhe woiks of iumi; at the  piesfnt.iiion of manufacturing indtis-  tiies in actual conduct as well as of the  machines out of action; at the exbihi  Hon of piocesses as well as of completP  products. .    ,  It will caiefully plan in the location,  the coiistiuction and arrangement of  id! huildings and works so as to asiuic  ihe highest decree of convenience, e.i'-e  To Save Her Child.  Fi om fiighfub disfigmeuieiit Mis.  Nannie Gailegei', cf Li Granvre, Ga.  applied Ducklen's ArmcaSahe to great  .sores on her head mid fare, and wiitis  its quick cure i.xceeded nil hei hopes.  It woiks wonder* in Soie.s, Bi uise.c,  Skin Erupt inns, Cuts Burns, Scnhls  and Piles. 2")c. Cure guaranteed hy  the Canada Drug k Book (Jonijinny,  drtiggbsts.  WHOLESALE  Wine & Lia uop MeEehant  ii  *;1  HOTEL  ABRAHAMSON BROS..  -  ,   V    -������������������*"-/������������������ti.iyV.f -i^*#0.>^-J..'.s-..^^'. ' ,.   ���������   .  ..   .!  '.. .   '���������       "    .������������������*    L'i"-"'.!".''';v:X-s,is's���������L '.. ,:-^<  not iiuhiied vviih the veiy hest hiisiness | and coint'oit' for   visitois who come to  (jualitie.s would he simply a lool indeed,    iiispeei the wondets   contained  vvillni.  Pan-American Excursion.  On Auy;u*t Oih and Seplcinln'r "id  the 0. P. II. will .sell tickets to Blll-  l.ilo and letuin at $So' for the romid  ii ip with it limit of OU ilay-s instead ol  30 days.  This additional SO days shou'd prove  an attractive inducement and douht-  i  lessijuiiea nuinher will avail Iheui-  si'lv i". o| the < nance to take in the fail  ami visit tiiend- in the east.  $25,000 OUR GRAND $25,00C  0  Ornithological Contest.'  Newly built. Fiist-clnsn  in every respect. All  modern conveniences.  Laige. sample rooms. Fire  proof safe. Free 'bug  meets all trains.  Under siiuie mnnnpeiiiciit.  ,queen;s hotel,  TROUT LAKE CITY  BARHIriTL'U.    SOUCITOK  ���������Pcbi.ic, Etc.  S inicthinff ontui'ly new   and   liiterc^tinK-  ..      , . ���������    , ., ��������� ���������.   -        i t -ii i       -. i     i   ! Itoud whin you mo t'ido.    Vou niriyt'ot Sl.tVJH  One has to go {lmoiig  them, Una lllcin f Us   encloMiie.     It   will   make   it both ; OnrcoiitBstn to-co who can makefile lui-gosi  ' list of iMiiii.'-. (or kituln) of birch troui the loltow-  out. and appieuaif them."  McKcnzic Ave.,  -piDWAKD A. 11 AG GEN,  aIinino Engi.nkeh,  (Mem, Aniei'ican Iiistimie Jfinins KiiKiuccrs)  (Mem. Canadian Jliiii.)^* Institute.,1  IlKVIiLtSTOKK, IJ. C.  ENUuiiiuitioii of and reports 0n Mineral Pro-  pert ica a Specialty.  i easy and comfoi table to get to the  j exhibition gulunds fiom eveiv quarter  I of the city and fiom everv railway ter-  I miii.iting in St. Louis. It will in like  J manner make it easy and comfortable  < j to move about the exposition grounds,  ind to pasi  fn tn   budd'iig to building  CARPETS,  ART SQUARES,  RUGS,  LINOLEUMS,   -  WALL PAPERS,  CURTAINS;   ETC., ETC.  Evcrytbina to furnish a Home in modest or elaborate style.  Write for our 1901 Crdalogue���������free. It contains 1000 illustrations, all priced.  Complete Furnishers,  0  '. - Victoria, B. C,  n   LClu.'iiuiivg    uuu -i uin iccn^UOrS  Pass Over Mr. T. W. Fisher  "at Winnipeg.  Mr. ThotiiHj \V. Fisher, the aciount-  ii.n't in   the DoiJiinion hind-'offlce, had  I nun   death on  my; list of lolLc'ie:  WDOOOCCKQULIAPriTARIDG  ESPNIELVEBRDIMWADOHTL  ^"o will reeoi'iiipc .is a blnl .inytliinir bo'on^-  iiiij to tho iiiiMici'td tribe, wlietliu it is a Hon,  Ciow, singer oi' nnv other l:i!"!.=t-Y"ii tan ii'c  any letter iw nnuiy times to niaUo <i luiinu as it  appeals l'i the li^t ol lotU'is- abm c ; for ui-tiiiici  Woodcoik, Hover, hnow J ml. etc 'J u nnv  poi -mi;? who can make ,i hsi ol "r> o.' rioro dii  .nilrh'mr .,!������������������ tin.   '.../������   ., ro ,      T., ������li ,.,-t"   i ".'rent n.nrci of bu cH, w u w il! wi v o al>i;li;| th  HiiJrjmy (,t the   ���������iiu'e.  area. _  In wlioi t.   fkkE.i butatu'uH'mu vulue si.ijjuoi'lc^.  ' it v. ill make the traiispot lation of vi.-d-  1 tor-- the sul.jpct  of  special Mudy mid  spine no expense in the solving of this  I and f11mi point   to   point within evety  vital problem, so that the St. Louis  Wind's Fair may ^o down in hiatory  as the fiist gie.it  international e.xhibi-  BIG PRIZES AWARDED DAILY.  When you have in ule out j our H-t (ill out the  line on ihi> boil on, of tlin .uh t. and -c\\i\ to ns  with aStnuiptrl -ViUlii'M-ai cinelopi stuinpnl  lour countiy will do. then if joa ,uo iivvuidLd  apn'ipvon can if jon. de.sla'Kot ilaini-i,:,} b,  . ��������� ,. , ... ,,   . ,    becoming   a   subse-ubcr to Tim   \\0MAX'fc  '���������in.m   winch a   visitor  could   inspect | Woutp.   Wo/hulli.waid a pmu uj cveiy pm  The Invicti'S Siio'k is made on the most modern last, and  is the most handsomelv finished, gives the best satisfaction, and  "costs' no more than the ordinary everyday shoe. You 'need not  consult a corn doctor but purchase a pair of Lwictus Shoes  and your corns -will disappear. Made by Gi:ukge A. Slater  and sold by    < ,  riK.  who are ul>o dealers in Groceries, 1-Iard\vare, Tinware,0Leather  Goods, Crockery, Glassware, Clothing", Men's Furnishings, etc,  Front Street, Revelstoke, B. C.  u                 - , ,t5aitncl,.\   at. .-M.na-1. .     A   K'tf.nioti.e        I mmiv, \l  wtli   pmoodv nini   lilu-*- i culvcil oiioli dny, aGold Wuidi | fovtliusocond  ���������.--.-^i_ jj^::.:- ���������-.--_���������:.-. :.-.r-.'^i'^:=:.=   and ioni teen CMi ��������������� p ,<?ed  iv m hi������ Inul v, r-ltt>  , i '  |,,p,.   .,,.,1    ,���������.,'. ,,ri. ������..PPI4 ' bi.st  solution each day a buulifli! Impoi'twl  '���������:���������:-,      ,..         i     i     ,i      ,      ���������     ,   i       .-i           l             '        l   ' n       IT!U,l nrn,lncpa '   Var'utifiirl'ic vovtiuiuM Uos!Mjlittloiist.,ij|  1?H1DAV. AL'Ci. hi.  IC01.           ' "ni    ���������"'''"������*������li   ��������� ".H>    l-inised   he*, ill ( rh^-ies.s i:j the enipli'Vn^nt of the en-   tl.if, a Koiu-iliSukih Vn-niniid mid imbj UinH',  lives  and. Ij.'kh -   to lie at hi* d.ii!y vo*  , ration   s})nit;\-.      Mi- j-'i.-tn-i alihnrah  eryl, -, -if   natUie.     I  ��������� I .te in   il.e   Use   (.f    all  .,,    , for the il, M 'ui"t coin Hon, a Gold I-'iceel nud for  will    he    up to- ' nil  oLiier coiiVtt -oUuioiis,   Veltu-. ut   Uood  I Value     The-'c  I'lirrs w ill'm; foi waidcd dmlv  npvv    motive  A'i'   .\ij  time in  the  "s,  lllrrtul-V  ol- i^bsoliitilv ih-al !s.t,i,,MlMit (vdi-t ami    f,���������u.N    ,1|lf]    ,,,     fu'|v    .ihreast  Kooitiiny   In:-*   iin-re  opi-onunitiL's   lor  ,lui   bottor  font i nut"  lo   w iietd  tl"spi,i>  it   ri-;:.'.oiniole  ���������rt-tiu.      Old  niiiKiif.'   j i-ti[A-rt:o.-  j'.trin-i's- il.tiii   the  f-tiiu]"'-,   li!:o  I-bi^laiK!; tirt'-biiving  liu  imeiiiioii   ] nid them :   but new  '���������ciinp-v like the LtinlftiiMirc'CittMic':-  ins tittnitlcn. iji' they have  merit.  Thtjy Intvo' Lien  bi.clv-.wirfl in r.->n>  illff' to i ill" front.'hi.!-;! lire cf tbo l.O'k  "f  iriiii-i:"n.iti"ii   I'-iciiitii'-,      I,'t:t  Olitri   '  |.|nilllat II' t"ll!OI|s( i,ilHV  I'ouirinir   L'ood ', 'I'hi.s di-f^tt ct h^.ii'n  (���������y.cl.nir has   p.i   3Ji,  th  f his ii i^i.d  and   p.is-iD'i fi,>  ri-ii"i'   .lilu   .ill  ' vim will not hi'\ e Lo will a lony tmiu m unue'i-  with , tunlj liefoio von know Hieiusiill.   There is tio  i:i"t    s. i,-,. i- I., iIip Htm/ nun, < if inui v iim.pI I element olloth'iy hi oiu' plan, a in.ike-< no di������-  s.n ,���������i   1, i!lf- uu,vuion ot eveiv novel    (crmt^ ���������iK(.hei- wo h'el j our solution Iateor  inv������-n' ,</ii oi fhscn.-iv that ha* ptacti-   f,ul> .11 the da.v.    All joti need is to po-t llni  r i-ifht in  lis, jnni on tho dnv  It leaelies u.s. if  kinds nt   I ioi;l)!,' and di 1 in1.  1  ii,- ii'  or   1111  f.'.viiit:''-  V";tr. fail'!v  h'-fiiie   lb'' ' li'l  [."JL'l    riiil'j.-ili^  v.'itliin rcavh oi thai-'jciiuii of Wn-t   ni'Va-1 -a  v.lil  11.  1/l'OiVll l.liimt'l   liV ,1,1 'r '-|d< 1 (   veil-  ele.s/ianiriiiif   f'i in an  in- vv.i������;,'ii t 1 th"  e'ul-i ;i>.>tiii������  i vpo!'<'!)( e   if  .Silui(la\,  wli.'ii    ||p    1 ( -1-1 ft). ' \v 11 '���������) i 1 ni p.i 1 a I iv c  siii'ci-s,    l|i,'   (in-I.ii '^!it    cf   .1    fiei^jht  r'raiii       .Mi.   ['''-Iim   u.i- en 1 1- 'V.,',- t.  Hi.M p if k on ft ii 1111! 1 v   alii" ii',on and  was   v\||tJ'llo^   a'oii/   ,1!    l'i,    J'i'iiili   ,1  s| 11'. I i |',iss|ii���������'   w hi'i. In- \\ a- s| 1 ,|i k  I y  a'���������'loeol'iol ,\ ,'.      'I 11.' i-ii/l 1 ��������� ln>i I,-,I iilni  .iliiun   ^0 or ' 0  r. i't   i'ji 1 Ii- ii.i, k  mil  Mr. l'',s|','t ],i on   1 i. {'ii,. (,.  \\u'\iiul,  I nour  li-t i������, the best, you shall have the Go'd  lli,i* l!i������    "enet il   nl in out- ' "atcliorlt' syi'uiid bent the bnuiititul Tea Set  111,1    111     -,0111 ii   pian i.iu     (ln,, _/J01|_ . Wi, j,,mml|t,.(. iimtuovvillaw.-ud  > on a pi, /.a. 'I'liei'eNahsoInii'h no oppoi limit v  mr deception on our purl--we onnnot nfluid 11,  W'u wimc to K('t 1,(1(10,000 well -.itisdcd -ub-  enljf 1-, mid fov tlmt lcii-mi we don't want .von  Pui cli ise JJx.  1:1   !lJ  actual  ex In hit   the  .    to send  any money until you know c.viutly  unfl    whnt pii/i.j yon h.ne gained by iiii-woriiu; the  .11 ��������� '  ;i  -.OtWL'&li  ie neo.n  ike .'ii.cl  the  E.i.-'  .1...     ri..  ivo.-jifcnay  jy  '.������������������'   Koo'.cn.iv  Arm of   l'py.':r  Arror hk*.    II.  nv.'Mi in 'hat :������d::cn of 'he district  that hart- bcs-.i oitor.c;] tin .i:"C mci.:  I lie   lioilV W'll  on f In' l'i .ok,   f .1  j     2  s_/*ij ��������� C* *i ������- ���������  Xv,ctc;;sy  opod t,roiii-  Tril'-r.o.  cr.d  ha?  ii',- ."  a-; '.r.a:-iy undeve1.-  y.:G������h-.'-L.���������XcUj".  ' THL  sw  STRIKE.  vC'unliniiril frrun pacje 1.,  I    V ,'   l'   I  M| I ft   1   ���������   t  en    ."ill. l"i������li"i land, fl  "  don nvvriid in fiotit  of I !i ��������� 1011'inot iv ,��������� Ii-' ���������! i ������������������ ( |,n| liiin-i"!,'-  ���������Mil  f f * *  -'i : will)  1 iro I I -'.' 'K-i f iliinr]  ;:<>\ h ills In- (-��������� f   ���������; d f.< I'-i'i |ii-> s,ird  WJMI      lli-<     tllOU^'l.ls     tt,T���������   dl ti"������'  ! Il"  lime lh n*    |||i>    Iiam   wan pa>.s|,|r. f,\ ef  , him   Mould    hi'   !; 11 ri lo nd it'1, |,t;t Iin  1 liajr   . fa,Id    i.f.t    lais,,   r.i her wish     0  1 VVOll'd    ll ivw    he->n   >( raped (,(t   l.vthn  liiis-inp   M uf k-.      When    Mr.   I'l-dier  I h'jik picked   up he vv as imind to he ; n|-  ,1'eiiii^   hadly   f'.oin the tip* of   In-fin-  ���������' ^el'.-: t,o lh" Liji-* of 'hi- toe-.      He    v.a.-  l.ikeh to his rooms ,n   th- Caiud.i P-r.  ninnenr lil.n k   anil   Lir   Jnres' k, i'vic"-  11 ere i'pfpii-11 wined.      The  latter ������fale������  c that   Mi.   n-lier   v  j in' ,'ilioiit    a   vveel,.    Ohlv ,1 -<hiiii linn  1 iiifo vvliili' vvhei'lin^ .Mi. Fi-ln'i was liu  , 11 v ,11 a"  1      Jn 011:1  .mi (I i   1    tl,e   iv ui-1 ui,i  p - 11,,,, ���������), ,y I,,, fulfilled  ifi.imip'isiili eiit",   ;t    vv ||  -ills   rind   indusi ties-, the   methods ..,,.,    %,,���������u ilu,,.: yuu ���������,i,u y.uiiou uv nn-^cniH; tne  pio(fsK. s nf iiianiiractine of   the who!.- ' "'.V1'/,,,/'' u*n ���������lft''1',! ''���������"'. ^V11 clay.n ijo-  1      ,, it.I.>. ihc ('v.iiniiicis will iiiil/c tho Iln 1 to lhe  .nn if :  it will   yiiliet    I lie   pinducts of ; bc-t cf th<'ir  ib'li'r, and \v 111 dcsl^nnto thy,  'hi   < ah ipine, 1'iie-t .ind   s" 1 fiom lhe  \\ ln.'e e 111 '1  f 1 vv iji . utiijirehciid in in in his full  JO.h W furs ilen 1'iptiii ir', exhllil'l'iu'  t,ot ,.|iiiie |im 'ii'ii(ii..l hut his "Ocii!  .nlv.wii' Hii-iii      It !��������� ill  sf, ,w li'inimi'v  .ll   M'st   ,1S   Hill    IIS     ,|'     ,(,,||v,   Ji'C>eiitl(|^  in ,,���������' in ' ," I "I'M" 1 if   1 et i- l' .nil, ]iis ,.\  I'Hlfii,  hi* ;;,m.r s ,1'ifJ    \i{)   "polls       Jr  viii 1  'ii'i,.ft' t',r.  ii'i'lv-in   h"iii*' ������ii|i  .'ne ii lnil'\ ''t f.i inJi 11  r >i ') -.' 1,1' c i en-1   !  i>   n   u-.e   w nhi'i   t' e  L'i'i.s ^\ .a! j'- I'-io iv,'  T' vv i'i en!' 1 ,(c   in  i.'ifi (.(invi niei).  i'i'. ^1;'   ii to en  '.nitur. r tie ,\)f,  ���������i> rrirrietfnatf,  pie,ien<ive uriibropoi, i'l'-ii   fx'ni'iitiO'i,    ,|,,|,. r[  (.o'lsf itut iii^' 1   coii.Ti--^   of   r ((("(, arid  01 'nlun'iif   pirtiei'ob   t',e   bir'jfvu-  peop'es     of     I l,e I  ptU<- M'u will wiltulijjfiii.it onco notifying  vm vi ha! piU.j h.i, l,i)(,ii .I'vai'du I joti, Iheu it  'o'liin  sirislled, jrju 'an -enil your suljxjiip.  ��������� ha, 1,j In., vvuM.t\i> \Voin,|i mid yoiu-prue  iiH^ii i.v  iftiniinr prH 1 iirrliiffo paid.   To .1  pi'I-OII Of 11,11'I'DVV t.l'IC jt -<i (ins liupo-'lblc Una  "     t- Jllll.ll     III    llfllj   [')   Ifl.lKlJ   S(K n  11 ������i;jiiiiiie  ill, 1, l/li! v " I 11 v !��������� en- iiinnev, Inriin- nun irpn.  iwl'ni. vm knov (\uctlj whnt w euro ilolnif,  md U \'i> 1 i'i livcltlm.i'clv K'dnii million sub-  -, rlli.-'f- a Hii-i ifi.nid lili'.i vv,'know lli.it Ihb,  1/! linn of -v..I! pli.i.d -'il- 'I'IIjcm  can he in-  ��������� |i. cd l"i'v'oi inif mni/i. Wu.Vj-.v.N'i" U'cjklh to  1 f.- '   d'.i'iM'i.j 'jinldlrj iipoi,i*cii-'-iil Oion  . Ill fi'i'hn, We 111 ii villlin^ in np nd g.'j.fiGO  in i|>,,' ml, 1-1 ,'i '.I nidii / up ,i !>;;,' ciil-^.'iiiitlfiii  i"' "''I -'i . i'e- inn t'\v !',nint iv u I'e-urv (  'hi 1 ;;n' M pun! Hi 1 ii'itlf 1 [ t'o" ������hat thfi 1011.  nr������ Ii;-- ii 1-i/.i-if/iiti', ud Iion'r dfliy unti  ; 1-0,0 l.it.', 'i,c toi.tnii m,11 ������:itiiuio uritl  J .in ,i:r1v, i:,'.'  (Vi ;;ln A l'"'ii|* ."ii'',o tf g.'iO .ndipfindfii'  1' t ; n'h;r-i io Hk pi'i-'i'i w|,o wilds in thullfi  ,'n't'," i,p In ' 1,1. in 1 ,i"d luiud-oiiif r\ niaiinei  Ol'l'   1  Mll'll  I'M     V III   df |,|,| ,111'IHVI, 11(1 tlli^C  11' tie-' .if'lul ������.''j');,)./(' will be ,-ivvn tdw  a* "-* ^���������-*-      iii.i n.nr-"~       "      , ^)jr II  AND PRIZE WRINGERS  arc two of the world's best  makes.    The FUNSET is,  ;i  heavy   wooden   wringer  with two 12-inch Solid Rub-.  bcr Rolls.  The PRIZE  is ;i ^alvan-  i^e:l  steel  franir; . wringer, ,  wan-anted   not  to  rust and  has two 12-inch  Solid Rub*  bar Rolls.  They are money makers,  for both  Retailer and Consumer,  McLennan, MoPeely & Co., Sole Agents for B. 0.,  112 Cordova St.,, Vancouver, B. C.  SsT^jstcscwap^rt^-sa^assars:  rasirjk^Npara  IE  iM  ii  l'-������  Hid.- ...iijjo found in tin  i .1 ti.ii frji  ,imi lv  ,11    jni-'|),|.'  |,) tl.f-ii  ��������� ill']    ���������'fill  Will III      ,i <  ni fid iiy -Iiiii i..t' iv c cr> v ii.-jiiiiif'iii������  1'  .v ill Ini'i.' t'l^ctr/T  ih������   \\\\'\   life  'if llia fur est������, ji1 iiii- ,i'i'I v,,i(fjiv( .|/,'v  v iM'K.ri .i v>u|(U;cm!   culiei-.U'Mi   ot  nnirri'iU  ih  ill i  lLiuii n.'-i .i, opud  V/riO WE ARE,  l\r   '���������V'f't.w - ViVji it; j������ n thoroiiKlilj ri'll-  I'i'i oi, i-'T'i in l ���������'P iov 11 I'lfln O'N.ir tl) ah Vl'(  i I 'iti-i A :n fmr iiJhibiJjij' hi. i'ff( |-'to nnv  A'J.orlii.ns .'.ji .lorb'.ti.c e jn,in i,i Lwidoi.  cr.  h * T A S  r4 J r\L    b. ivy i l������l,^������b5^>  ably furnished with lhe choicest the market  affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.  Rates $i a day,    Monthly rate.  .  A.LBEET  STONE,    PROP.  n^H"rtv,j������ r ������wi n  in:  mid ;i ucl: lalcr .-cfkr. limb', coiixc,  and ci.cner- lhe cx-orj-'.-iii 'ii-iiidcr tu'l Mi.,.|i,,'���������   uni,  ,,   m,-,.,.i   r,,.-, i,l|(  \w \*  take el.ftrjfe (>i n -ection.    Guts Iji iji I "vidxnilv |iin"f .i^-nn-t .mv iIhul' inn  .to do 5=0. no doubt, to -pet kicked out   '|y";"1"i'" '"."' ���������"���������"'' ll*' J���������! ",,v"':'";''."  '���������   ,     ���������   -, , ,, ������������������    - ,. ���������,     ���������,    imx-'fl   up wiili ,'in   cx|ilii-ii,ii , nf   ilii*  ���������nttf-.k.ar.d cro]) ��������� whrjn   tliu   Phiko ^ L,,i,-!M���������i... ii, in  i,.,'n.|v  rv^hiUm in  p'A>M>.-?fet-jyvo rc!w!/t}}g p<f}Jjo jf) -j|^,r{. o,, lii^v^ijiv^-^vr fi^:  ,-  null iiii^' I   ,ir,'l    uni.iiii'fl    niiirri..1'  Vl!l  In' .llfilmil ,i^,lil) '   ,K.,i;|\     ,,n    ,,|,|, Ut.A,\f     Willi      (ii,-  /1. i..    .   - l. ....  " ' '"ilfii  ri������iin������-|itiv* "f ' I|,,|r fi'itn" -I iIf  'J llf |>1 n^K'sSli ciic-'j fit' I iji- f> pinil Km  ������lll U; iim-il ("p('( hilly (ii niifiiit iii tli<  lliiillllfT ,1������1������I f'X'f'iif  iif    ll<    tl"������" i.f    nil  fii-i.-il l.l'x'bl', 'liiil-li    fur   pin���������|i.ii������'������m nf   iibi-  iiiiiuii iiii( iiiid (im.ii iiii''������iiis.i',(' rlcrnni,! inn  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  . ti 11 *  V, It���������I'i  I'.irr'ni .illfl ).|('r,iV  vr.nr If I tor.'/;. .1'  iv,-! Uh ri'iii..rc';i;lv(!'iiiif|fji'[iiiifl lutldi'.-r. -\flilri.v.-  [ho '." Woman's1 World,"  Brentford,  '������������������WiQwWtyiwr:.;:  W<*-������v*wv^^JxT������*rTyT*^r-e^*-<������*ftN������  Head Office, Abattoir and Cold Storage:  o THE KOOTENAY MATL  w  # Kootenay Lodgt  t-$P* N0.15A.F.&A.A1.  ���������A& *       ���������    "  * *   Thenjcularinect.'ig-  I  PAQIFi  0 LINE  x^s^^'-SJ"~''-;V*'      arc held in the -M--  J^r~^^������C^3f^       nnio Temple. Hourr..  ^���������jtjw!Jfef??fej-^!Ss^=.n:ill.  on  lhe   liiiri  t(^5-siim^Ss^iM..niiiij- in vail  ���������������2^>^~=^sN������fe������i:ii''nlh   at    b  p.   n  *=^Sl���������S������T^J-    Vlsitim?   brcthi-,'1  "^-���������=s-=^=ci-- toi-.Iiall}- vvfluo  0. S. .Uc'WitTJ-:  luume'l  SKCIIKTAKY.  R3VSIi3T0S3 L0D33,1. O. O. P.. No. 25  '  .-, vias./ji. Regular meetingarc hub  '"iSi^ili*^!   in I'Mi-nllou-.-' Kail ever-  - ���������''.^'H.M'S&vThiir-.iay nivrlit at   oIl-I-  ,',*'"-"f'p������r-N?-C^''vl'','k-   VUicins brother-  E. WaTHR'SOK. N'-tJ. .7. A- 8T0XP:,'y.>  ,     II. N. COUitSIKH, K.3.  I  A SeautifiU Engraving of  jrc&i   'iiinmn  an  m  U  For Only 10 Cents.  Q  RRESPONDENCE  starting June  10th  will make the  run from coast tor coast in  100 Hours.  Cheap rates now in efiect to the  Pan*American: ���������  SELXIKK liODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meet- every Tursdnj  cvr-ninu: in SHLiii  JTnll at 8 o'clock.  Vi'.itinL' brethren <;oi  -s^dinlly invited to at'  tend. ,  E. ADAIR, N. G. J. MATIIIE, Si:c.  LOYAL  xposition.  lJor rates, tickets, and full Information apply  to  T.W. BRADSHAW, E. J. COYLE,  Agr.t, A. G. P. A.,  Revelstoke. Vancouver.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Boyal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Routo to tho o:d Country.  ALLAN" LIN'E- From -Montreal.  Parisian   '��������� ��������� '   ',     ���������      ���������      ��������� ���������   J"lr 6tli  -Vu>tnil an ���������                     ��������� "  lHth  Corinthian   ;  "   -.'utli  TunisUn      ��������� ( '"''til  ,     DOMINION LINE-l-'rom I'o'rtlaiid.  Dnninlon        ������ ���������    , July Oth  Capibrotiian , "   Wtli  , Vancouver Aug. 3rd  DOMINION LINE-Frotn Norton.  C'oiiiiiiciiwnilili   ;..-������������������  j'ltly .'irJ  Now Ivigland         '    l'lh  Coiiinionvvcallh      ���������      ���������   ���������; ���������      ���������     ���������     ."   3!*'  ,    DKAVER LINE-Frotn Montreal.  W'iku'I                         ���������     ���������     ' J ulJ' 5th  Iiiiku cliampliiln   ���������     ���������     ���������     ���������     ��������� "  J2.J'  Lake MefeMiitio     .,-      ���������      ���������      ���������   -' ,','   lUth  liaku Siipcrioi  '    '���������"tn  Luko Ontario   ( ���������,    '      ���������      ���������      ��������� Aug. 2nd  ' I'ni-cnffors ticketed through to all parts ofv  Groat Britain and Ireland, and at .specially low  rates to all parts of tiie European continent.  Apply-to ncarost railway or ineauiship agent or  to    ' ,  T. \V. BRADSHAW. Agent. ,Rcvel6toIw.  .>���������*&":  *-. '-iixdjtuMljmf  ORANGE   LODGE   HO.   1653.  Kcfe'ul.ir meetings are hold ii  the Oddfellow',) 'ilall on tli-  Third Friday of each month. ",  $ ;���������>. ni. '.Iiarn. .Visiting brut >:  run cordially invitod.  ���������runs, steed, w. m.  W, 0. I'lHVF.Y. I.'ei'. i-pi-  REVELSTOKE  STEAM  LAUNDR  TIME  ,s. s.  " Lardeau."  Citizens of Revelstoke:  Do von know that $/0,000'or  * 1  $12,000 a year has been going  'into Chinese coffers for Laundry -zvOr/c every year in this  town, ; The Resist ojtc Steam'  Laundry Co. are try big to divert this money 'into the ckiu-  ueis of trade. ,. Will you not  help by sending us your laundry.  , B UKER,. 6^ SAX TON,    ' ���������  Proprietors,  A'.l over live world thc-e -,il-:iurc- vi;.l he =old  'None ki.r v r.er but. in love her; None nn:ii<--<'  ri'.-r tut r., i-i'iih.e." ."'litre are len million pvuph  in lhe i;iiiu-d cslaie.-antf Ciir.ada who will eael  vv.iiii one of ihe-n1 he.iiniful pictiiri -.   Tlicy an  full -i:c",  lu<2ii.   No i\pi-ii-e  ha- ij.'fii -]iire(:  ami t:.-.' jiict-iire i- well worthy of a- hami-oi:ii  frame.   Agents can sell tliO a cl:iy.    .-r'amiilcs hv  -Mail, post paid, H'V-  1 dozen picture--, ".������.���������.. sell for ?l.-0, prolit !-"������(-  50 liiaurt-'s , StdJ     "      -?0.(W)     "    S-M"  l.rD       " 55.01     -       Slll.ll!)   "     ?.i.(K  Hotter order lfif) at once and -trike whiii'lh'  Iron is Hot. The lime to.-e.l miod-i-whei  the people want them.    They want ihein now.  H0IV1E NOVELTY MFC. COMPANY,  P. O. Bos 518. Dept. 63i,  CHICAGO,        : : ILL  Attack of Boyal Canadians, at  Paapdebem.  The prawnt i? a time when war picture1* an  in greater demand than ever.   The rniidiici ������������������  the Dritish -^ol.iier.s on the b.iulefti-id lin.-: voi  Jho plnutlita of ndininn,; natiim*.   W������>lni'.  ni great expen-.- puhhshru lour large, beaut ii,'  piettnes. 8izo -.'Oxu'J, on  heavy, hupcrtiue, cub h  ���������lered  paper, i A  iiieitir'.'  that vvi'l etiinnii'iii.  ��������� tself and send a tni'lll lo the heart of i-verj  truo  fanadian   i> the one ealktl  Attnclc ol  Itoynl Canadians at; Paardcbcri?.'there n> ���������  ���������'ill rally hundred.-t ot tixurifi (>n ibis p1eiur<  tho niiHlutniii!> hv kop.iees hlvetehiiiK out ii.i  the distance,arc swnrinii tr  with men, win!'  u'ere mid there a pro-irato iiyui-c ispeaks mW  ton woll of the Doer r Ik-men.    It wan on tin  ii.ittlofleld the gallant Major Arnold, mil  death unflincliinuly.    It i.' only too true iluii  many of thrj.-o gallant lieari.^ that bent no hltjl,  when the choorlng thotsenfis biule them  God speed a* they failed from Canada's 8l-,ore-  novv ho i>tlli forever in lonely craven on the  other dido of tho world tinder African Hkicp.  To every Canadian heart, in overy Canadian home, the deed- of their bravo mildiei  hoys apcajc  with an  Irresistible    thrill of  ?atriotJum and pride.  Gordon Highlander* at tla������ Battlo of Bfilmoat. Charglnr  be Boer Guiia at Elandslacgts, and in  Jhargo of General French's Cavalry o?'  Ho Kotrcating Gonaral Cronje's Auuy  riichcarc all sJirrinij, pictures and cannot fa;  ii commend  thenwlves to any one who wil'  xaniinelheiii.   Thc.v aic 1121* HOT SELL-  fSKai    AgentJ    coin    money.     Dig profits  i'hioi-inous siteci^-,    rro intent sold t.S in 0111  lav.   Sainplo and torn n Uo cents (none free) :  our for (In cents; Sl.oH pc-dozen ; 25 for R2.75 ;  10 for W; mo for 50.51.    \Vrito to-day torn  lozen and mako money.  HOME NOVELTY MFG. COMPANY,  ������05 CIS, Copt. CZl X>,  CHICABO,; ILL  A  .    Hunniiio botvvcen Arrowhead anil Thomson's  IjiiiniiiiS commencing Juno 10, 1UJU, will sail as  follows (weather pcrmittiiis):  Leave Arrowhead  for Thomson's- Luiding  and ('ouwplixiiL'k. daily.  Lbavo Thomson's' I-aiullngnnd Coiiinplix for j  Arrowhead at ITJt. daily, eouneciim; with all ,  'I', 1'. It. trains and bont.i. ,   ,   ���������   '    , 1|  '" The owners rosorve tho rig'.it to eiiaiigc Utiles |  of saillnss without notice.     , ��������� ,        j  THE i'HED UOI3IXSON" LUjrUIil! CO. LTD. i  "iSSii i THE ROYAL VISIT TO CANADA.  HALF YEAR OF  EXCITEMENT. ���������  E. W. B, Paget, Prop.  i'mnipL delivery nf pnrcels, Imgjjitgf,  etc, tu'iiny part uf tlie City.  Any Kind of" Tpansfcrring  ~! THE CLOSING SCENES OF THE WAR  THE RETURN OF THE -ARMY. '  Events of World Wide  All", nrilm-a left nt JI. ,M. Sinytliis'ii  T'il:ai:ci> Stuio, or liy 'iVlc|.iln������i)C, No. 7  will receivp pncnpt attrntion,  Rubbsr Stamps.  Order, for ILnhliur Piiuiiji������ .-rut In to the  Ofllee of tho ICooti-.x.VY MAIL, KoVelstoke.'li,  'C, vvill he filled with decpntoh.    ���������  \\)V  An Opportuuity for KOOTENAY  MAIL Readers to keep | osied  during this Period of Excite-  meni  THE BIflfiBST ��������� VALUE EVER  ,     . Size 16x22.   -  1 i  One of the inert beautiful pietures in  olors. Upun a background of Pure Solid  iold rests tho 'Family Record in tho  .hapo of a handsome volume with Gold  ;ias?e upon a euuhioii of crimson velvet  vith a beautiful gold .taSECl. On the  ������:i(jefi, under dilTcrciit heading*-, ova spaech  n whieh to write the name and date of  ilrlii. On cither side i.s a beautiful scroll  ".'ii which to record niarriiiKes and deaths.  )ii"top,of the picture are tho words.  'Family Rscord," in the ikhcst lettering  ;nown to the printer's art. Under this are  .-paces for father's and mother's pictures.  In Hie- lower part of the picture is a Of ail-  4fal home eoeno. ��������� he dear old ffrnnd-  partnts, thu handsome, stalwari lms  STONEX,  , ,      Gunsmith'and  Machinist.  0.ver L.iwroncu'ii IL-irdwaru Store,  REVELSTOKE.    .  Ily a very siitisfiicto'i-y clubbing arrange-  mrnt with that great V'ainily New-paper the  i-'nniiiy Ilcnild and Weekly Star of .Montreal  wcarc enabled to offer to new .-uhi:Ci'ibcn< the  biffgcHt value ever heard of.  The balance1 of thi-i year pronilHOsi tlie most  startling event", and overy peiMon uliould keep  posted,   Ikrc in tho opporluiiily ;  For the Small Sum of $1-25 we will  send you until January 1st, 1932,  j The KootHoay Mail,  The Family Herald & Weekly Star  God'u Holy Word, A truly beautiful  scene. Uncfariicntli are tho wordn, "God  Bices Our Family." Around Huh picture  .u-o eisht npaecit tor photngraphu of- other  member* of the faini!}'. cimh space eticlobliiB-  .iBcm flower piece. Klt-owlicrc on tho picture are ncuitoml ci-ecpiuu v mes, b\M> mm  blowinmsin rich confusion, the whole rest-  nig uti, and thrown into'bold relief by the  ioi-Rreousbiickgriiiiiid of Solid Gold which  produces a picture of daeailng beauty.  AflCyTQ KW 's VOUH TIMK. Oin  MUUH I u rrguliir price ii^ of) fctitu, but ti  any one who rieiicl,", liiln uilvl. we vvill hcnfi  miu foi'M eiiul". t-Hir price lo n.t,'ont������0 foi  il; o-) for 3.5! ion for S8.������i. NVe pay all  .liai-;;es'ar.d ivttn-n inmiey fur unsold pictures. X. t;. JacUaoli. J-'llniore City, boUKlH  ;t'o SlI.Tii, Hold them for half price, MceiiU  encli, in a days, mnking fM.o'J clear profit.  Can you do bcuci'?  ^'e 'have 5,000   tesfmohiuls and want  j yours.  ,  AddrcHs I  ' HOME-NOVELTY MFCCOMPAHY  Dep.   COi B, P. O. Ecx, 5X8, '  CHICAGO, ILL.  ElUTOlJ KO'.>TKN'AY ji.MI. :  ��������� Sir,r���������Tlie J-icraltl's claim lo lie  <mi imlcjjcnik'iil jouj-n.il is nol t'.-tr-  rieil oui in pritr-ticc Jrs ilinaiurod  v.-ntic-i.-iii:; oil all inaliiM-!- within tin.'  jUris-ditnion of the Dum.nio-n ������(iv-  jniinenl or its supporters is always  .n evid'.Miee, while its slavisli su\>-  [)Ort oi ilie l-'rovineia] government  ,j:ol's.-o far as to coddJe'and exalt  not only that goveniintnr, but io  ���������give 'i'oin 'luylor f=tich a slobbering  over as to be positively disgusting,  in its last it sue if proclaims Tom  Taylor the champion of the working men while it is well known that  Taylor's black record during the  Just two, sessions has been against  the workmen's interests. Votes on  record disprove such claptrap.  It is a wcll-eslublifbed fact thai  vv'ii n- the Jrouncuii go-, urntikn.  juujj-ed ,iKu ihe. i.rc.ich miring Uie  ije_.iiiii.ng ol the Inicknitii'ft strike  vwd appointed specitil constitliJet  uiiiii they found ihey had gone oui  ,i their jui-irdiction and had u.  ���������nithornv to apjjo.iu special con-  'lubjes'. , 'iheu the constables wen  withdruw-n. 'lhe special constable  business did not last 48 hours, not  from' any desire of the Provincial  government to withdraw them, but  simply through lack of authority.  Now, the. Herald knowing all those  conditions, and further, '��������� knowing  chat Taylor is never "consulted'except ,when his vote is required n.  .he House, has the audacity to git J.  fiiilwayuicn by saying that it was."  the supreme influence'of Air. lorn  taylor that did' the trick. If tin.  .Herald, who is .well versed in the  tacts stated, wanted to do'justice  and be thoroughly independent it  would be going after'loin Tayloj  and the Provincial government  with a clubhand giving them the  Earn.1- castigation it so generously  administers to tho Dominion government. Nothing of that kind n  liable to happen however, therefore  ihe public can only 'come (to tin  conclusion'that Chris Foley's big  vote last fall staggered the wirepullers and'indicated that measures:  had to be.taken to hoodwink'the  electors and steer the workingman't  vote out of the wilderness oi cloubi  and ckspair into the harbor of  certainty.. ���������  ihe l-erald man ha? by his partisan'actions disproved- his allegation that the Herald was independent and  the railway'men's cnam-  pion.   'liy the way Herald will yoi.  explain why Edwards' criticism of  taylor and_ the government at.tbf-  i trackmen's r meeting    in    Selkirk  ! Hall, June 3rd, was not published!  | Will   you   also explain why Alc-  '.Manamon's letter did not appear in  your columns?    Did you ever suggest   that"  Tom   Taylor, M. P; p..  and U" governinent-.should take up  this Alien  Daw, (ns they have the  power to do) and make the (J. P. i\.  ioe themark'over the importation;  j of scab labor from Boston V NoJanj.  j of the kind.   Your energies are devoted to score a point/against tin  Dominion  authorities,     Your advocacy ��������� of. the trackmen's interest  and Tom Taylor's influence dv.r.nj.  this strike has been about ::s much I ������-'J wmiii of sniiiiiiw suits and percale  service! j  the  Iracknitn as a cow's  tail tied lo  a felegra] h  pole would  be signalling to tlie inoon.    Hiding  the  C. "P.  H.  hor.-e. the  working-  iran's broncho, ;i,nd tin- government  mule i'"   beyond   the capiibiliacs (>f  an ordinary Kailwaymeirs Journal  editor,  and   require   considerable  tact and   manipulation on the part  of  a  jcckoy.to  keep them abreast  and   working   in   unison.      1 am  afraid   the   lie raid   man  has been  sweltering  under  a  heavy, load of  bed clothes this hot weather so long  that in his sleep  he has kicked off  the covering and  exposed its wire  pulling propensities.  Oii?i-:itvi:ft.  Revelstoke, B. C,  August loth, 1901.  WATER SCARCE  shirt, vvai-ts.  Finn- cliildicii pirp-od' tlii-niM-Iws and  eacli was ti,'d \\\> in a tun* lnvcj> knot  with flinlei.t iuurims Ijefuie another,  sunrise.  After I'lcniiifr the v. if-ck,']-;t\ ir.g the  (ii-.-iyiiiiin anil settling foi the ic< i-it'tim  and lii'i'i ios, it was (iisrovcrt'd that tli'j  i-iinicl) was ������0.S() lo llif fjood. So  cvfi-j liody   ^aill   it   was   a grimd Siic-  Ct'jS.  i-SIiT.il���������Anythins  to ovoid dropt.in^  il in lIn* basket.  Ratepayers Petition  City  Council  to. Take Action.  A.li.lllllhT ill' dill' ril i'/.'Mis ,il'i'   li.'i-'.viii-  nit? iiidiKiiiini 'ln'f.'m-i- nf i lie f.iiliini nf  ill.' t-ily I'liuni il to take action l,(ivvnrd>  lii'ltt'rinpr (-(iii'ditiuiis In regard to the'  will it supply   fur   fire  and   ilonn'slic  pin poses   The i'ullinvinjr petition  has  heen in e-iiruliitinn for some' tbiysi and  was in it'.'idiiiess fur jiresi'iitiuent'to  Hid'council  ln-t'Friday evening' hut  was vvithhi'Id thtrennl. Ii.'lnjr a quoruiii  ;ii'i'>eni.   It. is pmliahif that   lhe jic  iili'Hi vvill he lu-miffhl in  this v\enii.{j  i lily (Supported   liy ��������� I lit'   preseiici'   ol  ,M'ver,i| ralepaj era.  PETITION.  I'll the Wtiiiicipal Council of  the  Uily  ol Lievelst.oke, \  GentleuiPti,���������1'hu Uiulprsignetl ivsi-  dents and ratepayers (if the city of  Llevelstoke hep; to draw your attenlii n,  Lo the followiiijjr facts and ask yout'  e.ii'ly action with refi'iviice to im������  proving the I'Sitnting cmidltiuii 'of  ii.t'.iirsi  1., In tin1 opinion of yoin pelitioners  the waterworks sysi.-n'i  as at' iiresei I  i'iiiis.t.1 ucte'ii   and   inaiiaged   N aliun-t  useless either to'r doinej-iii;  use  or let'  lire purposes,   and   fdiolild   eitliei   lie  ^I'H.itlv iinpi'oved or sulNtitulecl  liy a  nnv system that will afford siiiiiething  ike .-in adequate supply of water for  lonifstic  and    liru    put poses.       'lhe  resent da id  and  reset voir are   in   a  lis<rraceful coiKlilinn'and theiv is  rot  "it tlie pre>ent time enough   water in  ne roservoii'lo supply a hose line Tor  i ii minutes,' which means that we ,'ire  ��������� I imminent danger of lieinjr swept  liy  iic at any liioment wi������h' no   ineiiiis of  "V'.-veiiiiiig it.   Thij is a siriom c('iii,"  lirion ol id?iirs fur our eitv to  l������> in  THE CURE OF DEAFNESS.  An   iiiteresliiii,'    extract   from   a:'  15llgli������ill  lliCdioal le.vievvy." The. JuUrii:.  fur llio Deaf," liaviiii,' been pubiiuhrd  last week in this p.ipei concprniiin'ti.e'  discovery of- a cure, f-.r Deafness, ii  number ot   rcifjei-,  have written to us  ,.il I l.������ , ������n' i>' -i . I '��������� ���������; 1* ; . !.|" *., !. ,|  '���������' ' '" "i   i'i "'.        v*      '     ii   '    - 1  i i.rin  i , .'..i1. ��������� ,- ������. -,... .:���������.. ; .. r'..- );���������,_.  hail Dii.ui't ii.ii.tu.i',' 11, li. grin's  Park loiid, liiiliijtili, l-j)������|.ill(l. TIlH  ���������Secielary vvill wnd'iliei.i a copv < f  "The .Ji.inn.il ('iv ihe D.'.-if," in wlii.-li ,  ll"'"   I'liiin:     liealliii'lil     Is   (l"M.'l ll erl in '  lllil ili'l.lll,   liij.el||i'|   Willi 'I p<il||>>l(i^ii'������l  lepiiii   I'm in, which   wili help tliein to  ���������itate. their casiO vviih iiie'it exactitude, ,  aiid thus  enable   the In^ti^ute. to pie-  scriliu ihij   iieatineiit needful foi tlie.ir  curp.  THE CRIME OF POVERTY.  An'old nianstouii up in-1 ho police,  court ricKiiily to answer (Ik; charge, of  hunii, fiiendlcs.", of heiiifj poor, of being  a vagrant, ,s;iys the Toronto Star.'  Tune had loved with his hair and'  frosted it to a >ilveiy whiteness. Time  hurl touched his shi'iulders'iind- bent  them. Time, had run his iingprs over  the face and furiowpd it, over the bro.vv  niifl wrinkled it. Time made the bind  ���������OihIvp, thu step uncpttain, the head  hung down, and Mumbling to tho dock  ���������John Harrison hung over it,  .His head rest inn on his hiinds, lliffc ���������  he-was, in our. thretj million dolliireily  hall, old   mi.-], deserted, fiieudless and  pennilest, in Chrisliun Toronio.  Jleisinji.il now, mid   a Hollar qnd'  costs separates him   from  lilieriy/wnd  will .separate him for six mouths inoie.  One dollar and costs .' cWliy, somu  spend that for a meal, fur a riiiok, for  ii fancy, to    pleaxe.  a UatM'tory desire.  A dollar and costs���������a yard   of lace.  , A dollar and costs��������� nut. ihe price of  a silk hat for ihe coachman'.  HOI'iUt "10 MlriAiJ-jRS.  FISH CUKE If WAUON ItOAD.  CJKAbKD TKNDKilK. siiiiui'^rlliiil  JO  f,n-l''i<i - ....  I  and tliu Kniiillj' IfuruldV two yrcal  liriiiiiluiii pletm-t'.-,  All classes of repair an'd machinist  work promptly attended lo.  ���������  ! "Christ in tho Tenwle"  .   & "Horns from the War."  Baker, Confectioner,  Caterer, Etc,  jas. Se Woodrow,  BUTCHER.      I  Retail Dealer ln^l_____t___2j_2g>  BEEP,   PORK,  MUTTON,. Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All order? iironiiitly filled,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Corner   JJotitfliu;  unci Kin;? streets.  Choice  Groceries.  Graham Bread,  Wedding Cake a Specialty  Mail 'orders  jiroiiipl Iv ami  (���������arcfiilly ulti'iitleil to,  Pi o, # % ism?Ti, \  Ihthat not (,"n 1 value' Either picture utonc j  iii worth double tlie money. ThM ofl'cr i.-open I  only tn July 3lsl a-itlic niipply of pieturesis j  limited and cannot ho promised after t!..-it date, j  To any of our jir^cntbiilisuribcrs wc offer the  Knni'ly ITer.ilcl iind .Weekly Star until January  1st, 1902, Including thu I wo'picture.-, for the  small sum of 5'J centd.  Advertise in  The Kootenay Mail,  the hest advertising moviiuin  Tuiiill'i'i  <:ruul< \\ .ignn Hdiid," vvill he ri'  .;uiv'c(| by |i\ t>. KiiiKjiilcri Esfpilri', tJovi'i'inin nl  ,V|,'i'l)l nt Kt'Vi'ltlol.o. up Ui and Including Ih'  27Ui day nf Aiuiim. lilill, until Vi ii'iiiiic.k, I'm  l-I.e loiii-triK tIon ai.d cr.iiipl. timi. In nne-iniU  si-etli.iK, of n VMigou rmid fn.iii Iho jnm (lull n'  ihe l.in-.lciiu i'iii'1 i.t, TIiiiiiimiIi'- I^ii.illnt,' lo lln  bi.iiiiil.ii'y of tin! C'liiiilini'iiu TuvviiHllc, a dim  .'.nice ol iibniil/i inlloe, 'Jim feet,.  I'lniis nml .-pi'clllcalliiii"' cnti hi seen at, I hi  (Juri'iiiiiieiit tifllcK "I Hi vclhtoku, l.'iaiiiipllN.  ���������Hid Tjout Lake, and ii' ilia slum of Mr, i-Yuiei  .IIkiiii-'hh's LiiikIIii;', on r.n.l lifter l!m 10th iln>  of AliKU-t, III.I.  Tumid''- will nut. he. cniihliloiT'l unlc-i" Hindi'  out upon i hi' pi'lnlcd t'oi'ius ,iii|i|i)|i;il for tin  nui'piinP, mi I an niriTciuenl lo exreule. tin  Ij'hhI iqiiieiidi'd io thu form of trnd'T I-- dul.v  ���������I^'iiod by ill" oouiiiii.'lor liiiii-uli' mid I ivi  ni her I'lhpiiiiciljlu icslili'iiH of the pi'iivliii'o In  i lie pi'iial ������-iiiu of f Inn HO each for ruuh nille ol  I'liiwl lenilrreil for, ki:- I lie faithful pvcfuriiiuniu  if till) Will k,  The clcpiii'liiiriil I- nut bound torii'cepl the  lovvcsLor mi} U'liikr.  (dlfiicill W. H. flOUE,   '  Deputy Ooinitil'i-ioiirrof J^iind.-i: Works,  Lands & WorU lKijiai'tliiilH,  Victoria Ii, e'.,  IClh Autfiid, l!),l, ���������        St  uid uiu' (ii'iimiiiliii},' liiimi'iliatc actitin  (in l In- pail'uf iIkim' rt'prt'.sciiling us in  c-'iiiii'il.  2."W������.'������iv of lhi> opinion that il.i;  .iri'Si nt vvurks shnillil not  lie. iii(|iiircd  iy iIv city nt all  lint that the  waier  ���������uinpany flunilil lie forthwit.li nnlilicd  i.ii furnish a .jrupcr c-upply nf vvaler  fir (imiiH^tic ai'ul  lit1.'  pi'nti'ciiiui   jmii-  him's ami llnit in liu1 cvnit, of l'niliitH  ii i llii'ii pari to supply Mich at, ouch oi  villiin a I'Hiisiumlile liinc, Hi.' tily  slinuld put in a vviiH'i' plant nf its own  cuii-'liMii'li'ii on p.-o|ici' lincij and with  ���������iii ad< tjttat" supply of water liohind il  and if tip'clly'-i ci'i'iiit will not pennit  iT ilia I hciuu diiiu- liy the clly, then  till1 cily  shnllld   invlti:   piiiih'   prlvalt'  ���������niiipHiiy to tnkf l.lu> in.utci'dn hand  .nil fiii'iii.-h tin; Mi|ip!y.   Wo ask i.lnt  iiiii'ii'iliali' acllon Iii' tiikcn   lo jifi tcct  ��������� ni' propel ly fiom lire.  A dnlliir and costs���������ihc pi ice of a  pair of cheap shops.  All, \i"<! and ihis dollar and cos's  ���������"���������'ill keep ulrl Jnlm Jlarrison froni .set-  niu' auimnii cuine uud swi.'f.p hv in  radian' dres*; will tuko' hini from ihc  rief and hind him with Uium'i's ������n,d  imscuIh and thtwj whose life has been  line lnii;r lilack sin,  A cliillnr and cohls���������hfi will hoar no  shout of tiiutiiph a.i lhe Dukc'rnlls bv;  no   tramp  uf   tioopsj his  lie  vviil  Hear  COST OF A RASPBERRY SOCIAL.  Now that the season of lawn socials  is on it would prolialily lie inleroMinj;  io havo ;t nuiip.ii'isoii of the r.iiniiiii^  ���������xpenses of sonn> of lhe local functions  .villi thu I'ollowlii|r which ii|ipp.-iri.'d in  in exchange I  Once tlu'it! was a rnnKri'K'iliiin ll at  lei'ded imiiiey  fur repairing a chiircl',  so the women j^ot (oyeiherand decidi d  to hnlil a   i-a-plici'iy   fc.itival.     Sister  Fri-liie   invited   tliein   to   come    and  music vvill be the ���������jroan ,of- the grattd  door, his tramp the. lock-stpp,  Onii dollnr ii mi costs���������It's a curse (0  be. poor.  ".���������I    ������������������!! .11. ������������������!���������  Hi  Their Secret is Out.  All S.idieville, Ky,, Was cin-inus ;o,  Kmi-ii the cause of the vast, iinp-ov. .'  meiiLin lhe henith of Mr:'. S. 1'. \Vhii-  tnkui, vvlii, hud foru lon^iimp, endut'ed  untiild htilferiiif,' froni a cliioiiiclinn .  chlul trmilile. " Ic'd nil due to I)r,  Kiiifr'cf New Discoverv," wrilei lit f  husband. "It. completely cuiedlnt1  and also cured our little Ki-aiid-dau^h'  I it of a severe allack'of Whooping  Gondii." It positively curesCoiifihs,  Colds, La Cirippe, Bronchitis, all Threat  ami Liuif,'li'.iuliles. Gmnanteed lioL-  tles oO.\ and'SI.lW. Ti iaf hot this free  ill the Canada Dru^ &,' Duok store.  K-uiii  O')  NOTICE.  "' Iii tltf'foM^  fpiIK fulluwini.' ai.pliealioi) h.'is been received  X   for Ilotnil Li'iuur Liccliec:  J. A. Gjily. Miner;,'Exchange, Camborne. ,-���������  And furtlirr take lioticp llitit a ^rcMl meot-  inc of tho. Hoard <-f. Uaanco,''nfiinvi������<-i"nciV  'will lin lield in the rr.-ivinH.-iJ Police- Ofllco. "n  Tiiiiisdiiv, Auk. lAtb.nt, lrt n. m���������for the pur-  l.c.-ir of (li'cidiiij; ������d(l appliontlon,. - '  It,  A. U|i'PK::.  - FIRE" INSURANCE.' CO..  ire.JP Oi'KiCK: ������������������       \ -, -;  \ ,   McKinnon  Eldg. Torpnto.  AUTKORIRED'; CAPITAL, $1,000,000  Full   Government   Deport,    fnsurnncc ac-  coiitcd at crjnitablc ratCr.  A. DEAN, Manager.  City Afjent���������E- A- ���������HAGGEN, -'---'  The regular pmellco .-htlol nflhi;  u'liu clnli on S.-miiday iiftcrntinn' iv-  -tilted as follow.'-!  earoiihc on  her front lawn  iiieniliery   of   lhe   (lock   flew   out aid  liiiuglitu  few  things to wear, the, oui-  lay   for   washable   llnery   itinniii^  lo  ahont. $5 per head.  Mr, Frislile K"l $i) worth"of GliirPM'  lantei'iis and sliiing thein rouiid. lie  vvitiiti'd (o do Ihc tiling up brown .-o ti.-  to get it imir in lhi' vveikly. The  paper came out and said that the Fri--  hie fiout yard wil Ii It- niyiiad tvvink.  ling liKlits whs it vitIiuMp fairy land.  That, kind of iiotice i-j worth $9 of any.  body's money.  Mr. Fi Nine, and I hive other pillars of.  the ('hiirch de.voted fJ7 worth of I in p  to llnloiidlilg tallies and camp stools.  The Women folks t uined $11 worth  of complexion working1 in the hut  kitchen to make angel food and lig  cake,  On tl ii night of llm rasphciry orgy  thu j iihliu'C.'iuie and tiviniped down  $42 u-r>r: h ofshruliliery.  Win*;i it. came time to check up the  liueii iuid silverware it, was found thm  $17,vv(iiili of spoons with lilue (bread  tied arouii,l them  had been lost in the  S'ltlfUl!.  '     Cf.A.S.-i I.   ���������  , A. McRii.* II.  II. A. Uppei' |1,  J.({.J},ii'bfi JO,  ��������� A. .Mc'n.mnHI 111..  A. McKiie.took till1 gold button fniin  fl. A. PppiTwlili !1 birds to 2, miss  and out.  CLASS 11.   '  A. E. I'liipp- i:i.  T. ii. L T.i ylor 7.  H. Cook 7.'  E. W. 13. t������.iKi.| 0.      ���������  Deafno3s, Noiass in tiie Head, &c.  positively cured by HARLEY'S EAR  LOTION.     This   new    Itemedy   got s  '���������igllt  to the aclll.-il seal  of   I lie di-i'lise,  and liu'! effected Mich remaikalile cun,'-  that the greatest hope i> held out. lo ail  ���������mffeivis, no' in.il let' bow had oi long,  -landing the case may he.. One bottle  will euro any r-idiiiHt-v case, and will  he sent securely packed and posl.puid,  with full directioi)'. and 1 ���������*-litucitii.-t!r������  upon i'pcei| t of SI 00 Older diiect,  from JAM:is E. IIAIIJ.KY, 2:J ytockdale  Ron I, ^.ryty ^yjjft*^, ^VatfVtti &%*  i '.-*-/���,��
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ii ��� -\v i l-'li.- Ihi''.iissis"laiice!iif coal oil;""',
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u\i .toiact as liiiot
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cit'y^ t'lii;rffv\yii'k'.-'-.': ,:| .^0'';V;r;;J;.-;':''^:;';->:;-'-::;'
dj'yie'vl^ii i'i'^;'>:-';:'!:,i'���.;;; ^���y;fx{^:--y^)^:^-]li:::
M;;R; fliiiue iviiirned  fmm : Ni'lscin
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Wednesibiy iiioi;iiing. ' i";'".
f.:; T. -.Bri'vys! eivciuiiealriwii ^yesterday
realizing . ii   creditii.h]��; sum   for ^ the,
Invisiii-y.'' ���: ^iusif ',was.;' :  furiiishei!'
. illloilgliout/(l'i'.e'l'V-e'lii'iii:.-- Iiv,  Ihe'-'I'lide-
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. ������' A. BijSSiv^i^.iii'i.iri-ji^r'of liu.. pn'oHc/
scho'plg,- ,tt'(iii'iii"d' ���Sioiday iWroin'.-���.. tb.-
������.t'asfc-whr'i'u- hi'Ii.-id ��� rfp;*:nt,- huihol idays
-.���'" ���y4,:!i!'S-.hi>,ydbo;i''y aii'd-aiie; P.i'i'i.
.Afii'ii.ricai'r JSxj:-i(iHU(;)i'i'... : -..:���'������;\-;���':'.'.'.   '':���,'
v'-The Liuiips Aid'S...'ieiy^.f; the;'Pre>;:;
bvteiiaiT 'i'hiiii-ii^is:.:i,i;ikiiig    [irep/ir-
jiiioiis for a soL-i;ii;Tt.o( ho' ;uiv,-ii'.-; ab tii
.rii-jideiiceof; il iv.;: ii. :U'ri];iihart, FourVl
"s.U.ret, oil' Friday: eveuiiigi-; 2:>iil   iust.1?
A iiiiisic:iijfi;iigi-;uiiiiie;vvill:lie i-cm!eivd;.';
.-'���    AJ I'S/'Al;' AJ,' lya y,;.;i a i\y:. of ���'2,'m|:,'i i|j;'. I ail
.;iM^^^VlM.im ire^u!,.,,;; iiif..'Ri-vt-j^toio.,..
''"vi^MU'-U'^111 S.ilnioii :Ann ; yesieidityi
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tiiiiu-d tjlo-\jiVi,rii(-y;hoine this loiiruiog.;
AVhile,;iieii(   I hey 'Vve'ic'tlie ;giiesis. Of
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.:'��� ^' 4-:i'-'1''^Vbi; e'aiiie,, ^n.^'ediie^day;
lVoiii a-trip'io.Big: R.'iid haying lieeii
as fa iv as Si a nda ul JJ,i^in.-;' ii,. Wiys '.I'lic
^bii'i'ahleilistance, litil'.''it;.;-l?iouiiii'i*Viiiv
...bi.-i:'.'-fining : dun-,ii;,3;idlic-vv^si lull;.
Si'i iotisly. ii'il'(rT.i'ii'ji:i\'ii|i:;'..,;:. ;.:  .'X,'' .; :(:.^-
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���: .If;,'that! .iiiirriu:; ;bf yoiu^,.ifih(iws,;;V
,diced'luo!v',':pi(itVii-;p;iU'hes anvli'.-'bioiclii-s'-
on, tlie skin; it's liyeKlroiihle j In it. ;I>.. :
^Kiiig'sjNen-JLio;,,Pills regulale'th^
ljvt;'i',- \mi-iIy:Vhe-;'lilodd, give"cj.'ai-.skiii;-'���
'��� '?���>' ;f,ch e.e.k>y''��� i ichj-'ci ��i 11 pl ex ii iii.- '������ Qui y;
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^liners OcIagi.iiSteel^Only'Jes^^
:���,.���-������ ' ���'���''���'���;;; ;';"r';, Single.'iiiid;Di;ul.l(':i.iitted Axes, Cniss Cut. Saw's,.-. S ,:   ,i^7'   ,./'; ". ''
ljui!(!<,|;s'...S"I?p!?'':**.-r-^!,i!s. ^ui'diiig Papeiv Licks anci Hinges;
; ;. Carpets, -LihoieuniSj Floor   i-"
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