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 Pro  ,vincr������l Libr������y    Ji*������99  PUBLISHED   TTJESI  D^TST  J������.1<TJD ���������IBl:Ri:iD.A."yY*CT9BV'  IA,  Vol. 7.���������No. 57  BEVELSTOKE. B.C., AUGUST 21, 1900.  0 $2.00 a Year.  Regular Price $1.35; 1.25, and 90c.  Sale ,   "       1.00, 80c. arid 60c.  eiise;  ���������Regular 75c, l;bO, 1.50, 2.00, & 2.50  Sale   ."    50c,;. 60c, 90c, .1,25, & I.85  . .  Regular $1.00, I.50,-' 2.00.  ��������� ���������   ��������� ���������.   Sal������ Price'50c. 9oc,v 1.50. ���������'-   r  1 u       ' ' '.' , '       t  '-''.' I -  , .' I  '   " "     ' I L ' C I  Don't forget that, we, kefep-Butt'eriek.Patterns./,/  .eg  Late'James Gill & Co.    .  Belts!  Belts], Belts!  ������������������ '���������'��������� Ladies' Baits y .������������������'  ���������AT���������  Gov Barber,  9  .THE JEWELLER'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  ���������Draying 'ami delivering a specially;  Teams always ready al shortest,  notice. Contracts for jobbing  taken. ' Agent   for   B. 0. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  Get tliat Water Pipe Fixed.  The Fred RoMnsoii.  Linnte Co; Limned.  EaEBEESSa  On and lifter this date our  prices foi*  cut firewood will he as follows :'  $1 per cord at Mill  $2:      " ,    delivered. "  Prices'Cut'for Gash.  n���������,mn  e'll do it for you,  ?  a      Pas ������.?.*!! r ������ ������ in ���������<  For scwiiiL',' machine supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J. W. BENNETT,  1 '  representing The Singer IVIftg-.  Co., MacKciuie Ave.  Fred Robinson;Managing Director  Wagons, Delivery  Rigs,  * ���������, Buggies,  Etc.;  ���������:AT:���������  JAS. MCMAHON'S  ��������� :o:���������  Blacksniithing and Woodwork  clone on short notice.  Carriages    Built   to    Order.  RESTAURANT,  fir-1 .street near Mol.-ons Dank.  Board by the week S4.50  Meals     - -     .     25c  Iloine Hindi' Bread, (Jakes ,-inil Pies  fin* sill--. Op������-n day and night. No  Chinese employed.  A.  COWEY.  Proprietor.  Edison Standard  . . . Phonograph  with .ill Hi'* lul<.-t improvement- will  t.iki* 11111I r produce ix-cord.-. complete  incliuliiiK, liccovik**-. llcprivlnccr. lir.-r.-s  ITiini. Huppliii-c Slwivinir Knife. I'.jii*  Tillies. Camels Hair Hni.iii. Oil ("nn. nl.-o  Onc-liiilf dozen IJocoi-iN and Hooks of  Instruction. ,  PRICE    $25.00  ...CHAS J. AMAN...  Munieioal Council  The regular nieeiingoMhe ciiy coun-  -t--il wa.s held- on  Fiidaj*  evening when  lhe special committee on t.hp water and  light deal  presented the following.re-  ports :  "Your corn mi lieu appointed to con;  sider tho. advisability . of purchasing  thu plant of thu Revelstoke' Water,  Light and Power Company, bog to  report Unit they have" made an exhaustive examination of the subject and  coine to the condition that it would  not he in the interests of the city to  acquire the company's plant at lhe,  pi ice offered.  The foinniitlee would ' therefore  recommend that the Revt l&toke Water  Light and 'Power Company's plant be  not acquired' on'< terms at .which it,is'  offered for sale hv I lie company.  ' 'h A.' N. Smith,        ,   ,  '        T.   KlLPAIRICK,  J'   J.VS.   IIcMAHOX,'  ������ 'it  '    ' W. Nkww'an,  '   ���������  -"   LY Patrick.  ��������� A minority report was also presented  as follows:.      ,  - "Tho undersigned member of thu  .committee appointed ��������� to consider, the  advisability of' the' acquit-iii on by'the  city of the plant of the Revelstoke.  Water, Light" and' 'Power (Company,  beys to present a minority report as  follows:. '  That the undersigned member of the  aforesaid committee liuds.thaU it would  be to-, the advantage' ot thu city to  acquiii.1' Lhe plant of tlie,Revelstoke  Water, Light'and Power Company at  the figure_ offered and In g*> to advise  1 hut measures' he, taken, to ' place the  necessary l>Y-iaw befoic thi,* electors of  the inunicipaliiV'for theii assent, ' .,  '<       - " .   Roirr. Goki:on.   -,-  1 Moved by Aid. Kilpatriek, seconded  by Aid. Newman : That the 1 eports of  the special committee appointed to  oonsidei* tlit^advisability of purchasing  Ravel-stoke Waterj .Light and Power  Company's property be'laid over for  one week.    Carried. -' ,  '  Tenders for lhe cunt.li uction of sidewalks were received-froiu the following:  James Lauder, Peie'.Agien, A. Robo-  cher, L. A. Fret/., \V. A. Ft ote, Miller  and McDonald, John E. \V< 6d, D. McCarthy, and R: V. Cl.ire., Some of the  lenders were as low as (5 cents per foot.'  It was moved by Aid. Kilpatriek,.  seconded hy. Aid.-Newman : That the'  consideration of the sidewnlk lenders  be. laid over till next meeting of the  council.   Carried!  the matter had not even Iron discussed  yet, especially as tlio cabiiet had been  scattered so long.  Sir Charles Tupper win in a" talka-  ti\c mood. Jle. said lie expected the  elections would lake *il.icef in October.  He was in good form i'or the approaching campaign, i  From Tete Jaune Cache.    ,  John F. Smith returned on. Monday  evening last with seven of   the   fifteen'  men .who composed   the'party'  which  accompanied liim and Di. R.   C.   Wcl-  iioii, of Halifax, and  his   two   sons   to  the Tete. Jaune. Cache mines.    lb   will  be  reinenibeic-d'tlie party left here   on  the'O.lh of July with a  huge  outfit   oi  supplies for the purpose, of both   exam  ining and further'developing tho  mica  deoosits in which they   are   interested  in. that section.    The party experienced  considerable impediments-in their, pro  gress over the'trail, which  was   found  to be nearly impassible, owing   to   the  extreme styge of both the main stream  and'its    tributaiies   at  points 'where  they are crossed hy ihe -trail.    It   was  also found that recent high winds had  strewn   the   trail wilh   .fallen  timber,  which necessiated heavy chopping, cou-  struction^ of   uumeious'small   bridges'  across sloujdis aud small   streams and  frequent - rafting  and   swimming   tlie  larger ones.       '      '  -The'advance party of five men who  were despatched from here on the 12th  of Jurie^ was overtaken at Frank  Allimj-hani's Bella Vista ranch. Af unbuilding several miles of trail at points  where the old trail had been, entirely  washed away, the party reached the  second crossing <if the North Thoihpsun  River on the evening of the 2nd1 inst.  ab which point a dugout was made, to  convey, the stuff to the'Albreda side.  The,supplies running short'it was decided to utilize.the stores on hand *"to  "allow Dr. Weldon to visit, the mines.  Mi\.Smith therefore returned as stated  .and'will likely leave again about the  1st of September with a load of supplies  for the in tin who it is intended will  remain in camp during the winter.  Dr. Weldon is(cxpected to be in Tlev-  clstol*-e about the 25th.i*ist. via Canoe  and the Columbia rivers.���������Inland  Sentinel.  I  he'-China Situation.  (Special lu ll o M.\!l..l  '    London",  Aug.   21.���������Authentic   re  (I <* ������T( '  ports fronpPekin, dated August 15th,'  slate thai the allied troops are moving  on the Imperial City and clearing out  Tartar City. All the Americans who  remained in Pekin are well except one  child. A ropoi i from ChineL-.e sources  says the royal family escaped and ate  en route to Sian Fu.  The Japanese,   cavalry  left Pekin in  'pursuit  of   the Dowager Empress and  her couii, according to telegrams'from  '      ft '  the north,, received by Shanghai officials. - These despatches aver that the ,  Empress" and her treasure train are  protected by thirty thousand troops  has already arrived at Wu Tai Sail in  Shan Si province.    , ,   ,6  ,- The landing of the British troops at  Shanghai is not causing, any excitement  anion:' the natives.  POLITICAL LEADERS HOME "  Head of Opposition and Cabinet Members Return From" Europe, y  Quebec, Aug. 18.���������Hon. Messrs..  Fielding and Blair, Sir Louis Davies  and Sir Charles Tupper ani\ed this,  morning from Europe. Hon. Mr.  Fielding was not communicative.  He stated that he and his colleagues  had "been to Euroj e purely on a pleasure trip.. Sir Louis Du\ies said he  found trade indications excellent for  Canada, and anticipated an increase ,in  the volume of business between the  Dominion and the .Mother Country.  Like, everyone else, he had felt the  iiea\y weather encountered on the way  ��������� alt a good drill.  Mr. Blair was iu quite, a talkative  mood compared to his colleagues, but  he was guaided as to how far he unbosomed himself. He said that he had  neon little of Par is, but what he had  noon pleasid liim gre/.tly, and especially  the condition of lhe Canadian exhibit  and the attention it was receiving, it  could not fail to be the highest kind of  an ads'ei tisement for Canada, and  would attract much trade iu this direction.  Sending the South African contingents had also been a capital thing, and  was having a great effect. Un all sides  he heaid Canada spoken of, and only  in the highest terms of praise. She  was by long odds the most talked of,  and apparently the. most popular colony. Election rumors seemed to amuse  Mr. Bhiir considerably,     lie said that  More Bosps Suppendep.  (Special to The jMaii..)  London, Aug. 21.���������The War ollice  has received - the following despatch  from Lord Roberts ; " CJeneral Tan  Hamilton engaged the" Boers all day  August 10th at 'Moo Do kopjes and  Crocodile River.     Very few casualties.  "General Uundle reports that GSd  Boers surrendered in Harrismiih district on August 10th." ,   l  LAURIER's'cAMPAIGN.  He Does not Antioipats Elections as  Early as October.  Montreal, Que., Aug. IS.���������A well informed Liberal discussing general election possibilities, takes the view thai it  will lie practically impossible lo hold  the elections as early as October aud  strongly inclines lo the January id* a.  He had a talk with Laurier before he  left on his trip to the Maritime provinces, and from the plan of the campaign  the premier talked of undertaking, il  would be out of the question I'or him  to attempt to hold the elections as  eai ly as Octobei. lie spoke of devoting about as much time to (Quebec as  he spent, in Ontario last fall, which  would mean ueiii ly two months. IJo-  sides this he hopes to put in some time  in the Maratime pioviiices which major may not be taken lo mean tin; present trip. Then again, he spoke of  visiting the closer constituencies in  Ontario before election day. If Ihe  Premier undertakes all that, be could  hardly accomplish it in lime to get a  veidict in October. The premier does  not propose to go west of Lake Supeii-  o>*, giving Mr. Sifton full charge ol the  campaign Ui the wc.-l.      |  A detach-   ...  merit of 100 French marines who were'  lauded   from   a customs   cruiser,   are  reported to have   gone to Tien Tsin to  ���������'  take away the foreigners from Pekin.  The   Chinese   government, through-  Li Hung -Chang, made  application' to <r'  the  [lowers   for'   the   appointment   of    ���������  Minister. Conger or some other American official with' authority to open negotiations   fur   the'   establishment' of    '���������  peace and for   the ' fixing   of   definite  terms fur the settlement of the-trouble  and suggests   that 'Minister Conger as'   ''  American'commissioner,   based -ou theV-  idea    that   asf.Mr;.   Conger ^ has been "'"  rescued he will new have auYopportun   . -  ity    to   proceed    to   the  point where  negotiations   will be  held and conduct fc  then).    The  application'does not suggest   any   parl'iculii,r  terms no;* does its  ask   fur the .withdrawal of   the troops.-  It requests that' the negotiations shall- ,  ���������ibe for lhe purpose of bringing about a     ,  cessation of hostilities.  'An official despatch received yesterday from Li Hung Chang announces  lh.i entrance of lhe allies into Fekin  and the safety of the legations. It  was.also stated that before the city  was attacked the court had'gone to the .  west. This statement was made 1 y  ���������Wu Ting Pang, Chinese minister to  the United States.  1   The  Chinese 'army   is uowYadvan- ���������  cimr' from Pekin lo the southeast with  the object of  diverting the allies from"  the pursuit of   the Emperor and Dow-'  '  ager Einniess. _'  Ou August lljh the. Imperial house: ,  hold left Pekin. Piince Tuan hd the  march v.'itlb,, his troops taking the  Emperor, L-owa^er Em pi ess and all  the nobles. Their destination is believed to bo Singau Fu in Sheri  province. With them left all the  element hostile to the foieigners.  Prince Ching was left in command at ���������  Pekin and he welcomed lhe allies in a  friendly manner. The Empress Dow-  agnr behi aded twelve Imperial clansmen wlr-o refused lo jeavc lhe capital  and we.ie suspected of favoring the  foroigiioi:-'.  The personal properly which the  Empress Dowager sent away Idled  sixty carts. Her retinue went on foot  owing lo the hurried advance of the  allies.  The Chinese report heavy losses in  fighting between Tien TVin and Fekin.  The Bussians inllicfed 'a severe defeat  on' 7000 Chinese in ManchiMia province.  The expected .-otUoment of the C. P.  ii. btrike has not yet materialized,.  '-tr  "IW**IHI THE KOOTENAY MAIL
Ube 1Kootena\> fiftatl
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Address
Tun Kootiskay Mail,  '      ������
Revelsloke. J3.C.
TUKSDAV, AUGUST 21, 11)00.
'  Tiik action of'lhe lleveUtoke Li'-cral
ti
Associati'i'i in calling ������' convention   ot
the Liberals of tho Yale-Cariboo-Konl-
cn:iv electoral disii ict for lhe   purpose
of nominal ing a  cai'uiid.ile' to 'contest
the district at the approach ing election,
has'   been   generally,' nppioved. , Cmn
' munications have beeh   received   from
different parts of the riding expressing
hoart\"-co opera ion in   the   m ivemcnb,
and giving assi ranees which   lead   the
convention committee to  be;iove   that,
their efforts are appreciated   and   that
the assembly will be'a large and,repre-
.sentiitive one.    The date   of  the   con-
vention is only two weeks distant  and-
it   is   necessary   that   each   provincial
electoral district proceed at once lo the
1 selection of delegates. Special trans-
��� 'portation rates have been arranged and
also  special   accommodation   rates   for
delegates during their slay in our city.
Speaking of the convention the Van
couver Province says:���f
"The inovenie'nt is very   well   timed,
for although there is', by-no   means  a
certainty that   the   Dominion   general
, election will take p!a:e before the   end
of the year,   the   circumstances   point
r   very strongly in that diieclion.     Lo 'is
necessary that the man   who is   to  be
selected as.cannidatc should have some
time for campaign work and   that   the,
party   organization   should   be  looked
to."
The .Vancouver,. World   also .says:���
'The Liberals iu the. district are
numerous and influential and'if those
is unanimity in the ranks of th-', party,
and a popular man selected as lhe
"party's candidate, the certainty, of hi*
election cannot 'be'doubted. The step
taken by the Liberals of Revelstoke
is wise, and is certain to .nte��t v. ith j
approval of the eloo ors of thi-5 entirely {
too large and unwieldy riding." : bike-to  Yokoh-'m.-v.   X.-igasiiki,  Hong
                   (' Kim.:. H')':'.n'/n-ii  and  oilier   ['ibices   on
m       r-i'      i    "c , i ���  - .,,.,,',,',���,     the coa^t-''f Japan and China, and this
I HE Liberals of the great consii.uf-ncv j �����l. <-J"     -��� ���>   \        __
���,.,-,    ., ..."   "     L   ��� ,     \ rate mnv be cut to,*/, one.n.ilt to ��o to
of \.-de-C.u-,boo will   meet   in   eonven  , ^ ^..^ ^ ^ ���,��� h,Jhi,;es>s .U1,, tl)P
-   tion at Revelstoke nn   September   otii    (p,*)01. Xn\}]fi v.cfMrn-dn'p.
for the put pose of M-decling-n c.ind.dale I     Th" :���>,-��� Lenient has heen viewed  with
��to contest the seat in the' interests of j cum-,ide.'.-ii>le apprehension l��y the coin-
t.        ii    i        : i�����.i, i n^tim/   linr-"s,   bec.iii-e,   if-cm rb'd- into
the Government.    Jt   vvi!    be   dimcult. ,��' im"*  '. ,.    ' , .
1 '   n" ��� " ��� efr-ct.   Ihey   would   have   to   lace   the
aUernative. of ceasing to handle through
i'*ei:,rht.   io  Ciiina  and   .Japaii-a   pie-
spin corresponding to the direction of
motion of the hand's of a watch, will
diil't to the right and vice versa. Tlio
effect is of the same character as
though a cylindrical pencil were made
to spin about its axi^. and projected
(while spinning) along the surface of a
tablecloth in the direction of its axis.'
The pencil would move longitudinally
in the direction of propulsion ; it
would also roll laterally in t.he dii ec-
, Lion of its spin, o The reason it rolls to
one side is that'it meets wilh more
frictional resistance on its, under, than
on its upper,,sin face. Well, it is quite
possible, and indeed- probable that a
spinning ballet rolls laterally over the
aii below it'fop a similar reason. The
ilifl'ei ences of frictional i esistance due
in difference nl density above and below
the axial line of the projectile where
the sole, or even (he main; cause of
the drift due lo "spin, then drift in '-!��-'
valcd regions v. here the ntinn-Jphei (��
is r.irifi.'d ought to be less than in
places nearer the sea. In'the Tinus-
v.-i.-il, i'iii* exampl.'. ilr-if-l nn^bt to be
Ie.-.-than in linjilar.d v.iih (he same
wen I ion.-. A sei ies of en i eful executive,
(plant ii.-it ive'' experiments* earned out
-on' lhe .South African plateau con I'd
not fail to be of great, practical interest. It seems pi obable too, aecoiding
lo Engineei ing",.'that the passage of a"
spinning projectile in ilo.-e proximity
to solid or liquid bodies vvill be found
in many cases to "influence drift. ' The
theoretical reasons'for (his belief may
be thus stated. A Spinning projectile
tends lo produce a-.spinning wind in
its immediate neighborhood. There is
a surface or skin adhesion between the
circninambitnt aid and . the piojectile
coirespondine to the adhesion between
a, ship's suiface and the water in which
it floats. When the layer of air in close
conlant. vvith a projectile i.s compelled
by" fiiclio'i'ial adhesioh to spin, that
layer cSirrre*-* the next adjacent layer
with it, and so on for some distance
away, with steadily-'dimishing effect.
There is little i eason ' to. doubt that
spinning .bodies with a sufficiently
rapid 'spin and slow axial velocity
would be effect (Yd by tint neighboi hood
of resisting.solid or1 liquid masses, and
Hie tendency Would be to cause both
to "soar" and " diifl."'
BIG RATE ,.WAR THREATENED. |J
Eight Dollars from Buffalo and Other
Points to the Orient.
'The freight department of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company aie
reluctant to believe that President Hi 1
of the Ureac Kottheni Railway wil-
carry out his alleged threat'to precipitate one of the hottest and longest
freight wars ever'km.r vvii in the history
of iViiho-iding. The Great Northern
havp How, under construction two
s>i-���'ai:tie steamships, which, as soon as
completed, vvill lie plyeed in the trans-
Pacific'service, and President Hill has
declaied thai he will establish a thru
fieitrlu, r.vte of not mote thaiuSS from
Hutl'ilu and o.ther poinds on   the   great
ANSWER.,      o
Couli] you lait read, my love, lliis h(..-n ot mine,
You'd find a wondrous stor}* written there;
It is the tale my lips' would frame to thee
If I but dare, if 1 but dare.  ,
The tale cf one unto whose soul was borne
An angel's vvlii-per, soft as 'summer's wind.
There.is a heart which heaven has made for thee;
Go forth and find, go forth and find.
The talc of one,who wandered o'er eailh,
',   liy land and sea, by home and foreign shore,
Unlit into your eyes ho gazed and .knew   rl
His search was o'er, his search was o'or.
^ ., ���Alfred Robyn. <t
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A Beautiful Story of How* lhe Bells
Found Their Way to the Banks
of the Shannon.
to secure, a man of such diligence on be
half of his constituents as.Mr Rostock,
but theie is .-.till hope that he may re,
consider hi.-J determination to leiim.--
Vietoriti Tiinc-i.
A RIFLE BULLET
; pii.|i'i>m - *u|Vposii inn in v'i'-w ofthcex'-
' p.-m-e i_h.it h.i> I��"cn ii.*f in red iu th" ���������-
l.rlili-liineut ol tbi*-<* s"r vice-. - or meet
| C'.ie.il   Northern at^gicsMveiicv.    by   a
r.iie w .ir.
There i- vi-ry lilth' i e.tson to mm hi th..l
  ' if IV-ddriit Hill '-iivt-i i-l fi-M-f lo 1 j j ���r liu d
'its Flight   Problems   Touched   on By \ i-th th-Camicii,,', J'.,cii>a���d Xmih.,,. |
13 , 'I  1',-n-il'ic, wlm 1) |jr.i.'-tii',illv   covei   (nf.it
tn^incenn.T. ^ : Xnit!l,J|tl .,.,.,���>���,v. would r..-*! hound.
. . in self-d**l'e:icc. lo ineett he (Ir eat .Vort h-
I'hi^in.'eiin.u', in an article on what is , fr|) t;U<) wh:[U.vv) j;, miiy i���..
ti*rnu.'d   the    ���'drift"'   of   a   pi oject ile, j -_^, -^ Y =^=:���:
jrives sonic interesting i c-lill-: as to lhe.
Might of a   lifh* hullel.      Drift maybe,
defined in general terms as " a progres- i
feive   lateral    displacement  of   tlu'tia-
jectory curve   IVnin    a   vertical   plain*
which hi-eeis tin:   muzzle of   thehairel
and    the   ol*j"Ct   point   aimed  al..'"    A
rno.st  ini|)or lant c.iii-ii <>f riiil'l  i-, says
}SA^m^^j^
' ��� iK ���.l.KJi-ri-ZN'riKFi.S.i'-lflrc-.s'-rt to the nri(I'*r-
l") s.<,iicl,,iiir| cn,t(ii-."rl "Tori'tcr for K.iailo'ip,
I'o-I (iliiec." vvill Ih* n.-Cfivf'rt at rEiI ��� tAVuii: u.'iLii
Tliui's'l.iv. I .'till Scjiti'iiili'-r next, for Uir- erc*-
lK,!i ril'fi'l'ost Oflic<!, & <*, >it Is'iiinlooic. M. ('.
ai-cii.ilini; to jilau .oid n -,p".-i!U;..| iuii lOli".-PfiU
al, tin: ! '��> -t < i/lii'f. ICnml'iO!'-'. "li nppiic'il ion 1.0
rlic i'-.sl ni.-.-teraiifl at the I>oparUiic*it of I'm'o
J'JnKirieenriLr. to he found in immediate    lif. Work--. (iti.--,\��',i.
JJ   �� . .... |     Ton. 1'jrs will iiol, lji*i:��usiflcrc(l uni^s,-mado or,
association   with   lhe   -pin   of- I in* pin- i t|u. f,,,..,, ^upplicl, a'i'1 sis'iirr'. uitii  the net'i-*!
jerlilf. ft dni'S not appear to he vei y
generally or very cleai ly iindei-'iood
exactly why the ' spinning of a bullet
make.- that hullet drift, hilt, il lia<- heen
proved experiuienlally and beyond all
doubt tli.it it does do --o in fact, and il
h.*is liucit cslMl>li-h''d lb.it the drift dm*
to spin is always lo that side which
corresponds iu the dii eel ion of spin.
Ill   other   word-', a   projectile, wilh  u
nina.ii.iin*-. o''!  luifa'ors.
An .!'���' l'f��'fl eliwim* oil a r-iini loi-'''l b'mfc p.ij-
able to I hi; 'ti'd'T of t!i<: Mini-.fcr of Public
Work-. c<|iiflto (,i:irpcr r*iji-t, (Id p. e.) of (lie
iinioiiiit of I lie tuinlcr, nni-t, n.-'coiiiri.-iiiy c.-e-h
lender, i Iii-' clifnuo will "i" I'orfuilcd if Ihe
Ii.u-lv dccliii-'tlie colli.,'ft "I* fail lo complotf
the work .��� nilr.icletl for. and will be returned
mi r.i-c of nrin-.u-fcpt.iiii'o of lender.
Tlio   )pjpirlini*iil do *h not Oiiid i(-.elf Lo fia-cjif
fclii- lolvc 1 or .'my liaider.
liy o. d.'i'.
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A^iui'j HcevuUny.
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Nearly half' a century ago, before
the various provinces of Italy had been
consolidated   in  the   monarchical  gov-
��� eminent, * there ' lived in the city of
Genoa a 'young* in fin called Giuseppe
Giovanni. For lnauy'-ceriiViTius^tiTe family of Giovanni had been makers of
bells and chimes.
Giuseppe's father had made some of
the most famous chimes that rang'iu
Italy,^but had never, succeeded in accomplishing, his idea.    It had been his
,'grcat ambition to make a set'of chimes'
that the whole world would come tO(
he;u\ bells of heavenly tone. The elder1
Giovanni was a hot headed man, a
��� stanch' democrat and '.rather too free
of speech. A few .-ill chosen sentences
derogatory to tho' reigning powers
proved his downfall, and" one day "ns
Giuseppe was hard at work ou an odd
bell for the calhcdralVchimes a litter
bearing the form of his father, with a
'deadly stab wound , In his back, r was
brought into the dingy little'shop'and
set do-wn hefore the sou.   ,
"Giuseppe,',' said the dying man,
"keep out of politics aud live only, in
your work. Strive only for'your ideal,
nud in the end you may succeed where
your father failed. Aim for the very
highest, and may; God grant that you
accomplish it'" .  <
A year after his father's death found
* the,young artisan hard at work in his
���shop.    When  his father died,  he. had.
made  a Vow.to accomplish  the  ideal
,tliat.,h*s.��� father- had. vainly struggled
for. The bench at which lie was working was rough hewn, long, and broad
nnd littered with a confusion of tools,
bits of metal and unfinished bells.-' On
one corner of the bench' was a collec-
'tion of tuning forks .cf various sizes'
nnd metals. At ono side of the tuning
forks'lay a dusty old violin and a slender silver mounted flute. In tho rear
of, the shop were a small furnace, a
half dozen molds aud a heap of scrap'
inetal covered wilh dirt and rust. The
peiliiig"yflliu shop "consisted of several
heavy beams covered with, rough
boards lo which, hundreds of spiders
had fastened their webs. From .one
beam bung suspended an enormous
bell fitted wilh a long, slender'clapper
capped on the end with.a large brass
knob. This bell was inscribed with
strange characters, a relic' of the last*
crusade.        .
Giuseppe was poiishing away'with a
'sanded cloth at the surface of a' bell
that already shone lustrously iu the
dim light that struggled through the
little windows in the front of the shop.
His fingers fairly (lew as he turned,
twisted and rubbed the shiny bowl ot
metnl. A rousjh cloth succeeded the
sanded one and in turn made way for
one of soft texture.' Then the hell
was hung on a little metal frame somewhat like'a gallows in. construction.
'A drawer was opened aud a bundle of
cloth produced IVom its recess nnd
swiftly unrolled to reveal a highly polished and properly wrought little clap,
"per, which'the, young mechanic deflly
lined in Hie jnverteii howl of the bell.
A piece of twine wa 5 attached to a
little knob on the hull) of the chipper.
A gentle pull' find a .subdued silvery
lone filled Die' narrow confines of'the
f-hop. The tone swelled until It fairly
ran!,',,r'everb<'i\'iling from wall lo wall,
from rafter to rafter, seeking out cvory
nook nml cranny of Ihe shop, dying
away a! I'l-'t in a lit flo^shiidder of delight. The young GeiiQ.'in had clasped
his hands together and listened with an
agony of Intensity, revaluing his ears
for a .scintilla of a flaw in the tones,
and when Ihe silvery liriiinnnhuhilioii
had died avvny he leaned back with a
sigh of ������esl'iiio relief
liny after day and long into the
nights Giuseppe toiled with a fervor
nnd energy almo-t I'aiiatlc.'il. Ile ate
hut little and slept only when natural
fatigue compelled him. Ho'became thin
r.nd emaciated, nnd his eyes shone with
a feveri-d; luster, hut not for a single
day did he give up \iik work. One, by
one his hells kvvw into the size and
form he desired, and he gavt" to e.'ich
its proper (olio. 'Co him they were
things nuiiu.'ile. lie talKfd to theln,
caressed, petted nnd sco1d"d, and each
nl^'lit when he ceased his ';ihor he put
them away In llielr nllofled places
wilh n pjilei'iial care lind k'llkHtuW.
{l'o be root iiiucd.)
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Now and Then..
There come< a I ime now and t hen when every n-iMillmi-mii   feels (he neerl   of  an
,    "\C('|)llonally styliib and \vi'il-pnL-l <�����(���( her suit, of cloi. lies.   The occasion
may   be  a   weddimr, a  reception,   a" jmrrriey   nr snin..'  ot her important
function.    That  is the  time  to avoid   a chance fit.     That is Lhe time
above all others, to tfive the order lo me.
R. S. WILSON, The Tailor. THETKOOTENA Y MAIL.  DREAMS OF TWILIGHT.  ���������fi'hon (lie n-Indc-ws fir.ivc at ?un=i't  And tiie ������troots nrc s-luicl wilh blood  , <       And Hit* d;, in;: t'.iy i-= -iai.in^  In the nigi.t's ndrniiLlii'j flood,  Sn.o.o  \ chimes linlaly lulling  Veil'the liou^clupb "IjiIc and high.  Tinged v,ilh pui pit- i bar the moment  Deepens in the \vi_stein feky.  When IIic'sIi.tIo-as round us gather  '     And the d.iik'.u-fs 'clilrs fast  And each llntli of life conclusive  Seems but prelude to ihc hist,  'Droams s-hall .-.uf.e.i v.a-te,l faces,  Fi-juglit wilh pica^u d.nk tonight,  Dreams tlint 1 il.c tju- s-inol.e shall vanish  At the c<n::i'i!f of ibo nij,bt.  ���������Jolin Cm lis L'uclci wood in Ain-dec's Magazine  11 EXCEL il 111 I  if  St������   Ecinfj a V/oi-.-.an, V.'inifreJ V.Vj Not   }s  g, Apt ci Civir.- i\cz".zs, .To a (\  te .Msni:ei--c,l H:rO������t. J'j  "L-   - ~. ,Y- .... -.   ,'-..-.   ,��������� ,,.       ,'rt  U^^R^.���������ill;���������/?l^C^^l^"������������������'���������l���������;^.^."^^K^t^*?l^X?^S^-���������,('  "In   it   i-'otitrt;::'.;^   i:;':i;e'.;,--( I;,*   ir.-.por-.  - tti;:;V !*������������������:���������:." !'���������*,��������� V;::���������:... .1 |.-o'.:c������i, r.y  v.-:t!r*rt t!t:r.:b������:- of w:::;!.:rs c;: l.rr fore-'  read. <'  ���������( ^'Jti-.tr.i'iiMi.v.'1 .-St'>*.*-.ltl.;l\v;r.i n tsiEih.  "Are yon \r:\!':::: a pocr.iV4'  ���������   "Xot!!;:;*; vyoid possibly l:o tnore pro  '     S.,:.,t*."   '' '      .  ' ' ' ,- .   '  Y     "Thcli'l l:u-.v ii" ii'l.-le In help you." 1  ' ' Suggested.     , <������������������  "Ccit a inly not." she-exclaimed, nnd  '"^shp instantly covered her Islicet of p:i-  per with the blotting pad. * "That," she  added, "would l>e,too ridiculous.'Y   '  '   "Now, why is tlio idea'of my helping'  you ridiculous:"'.! demanded.    .>  ���������  '"Well, it is."  ���������' "A'vvoinnn's ri'*:;on!"  -"At all event's.'\,aho insisted, "I must'  . 'write the letter'i:.iysclf."      ,, ' ��������� i  '-    "Whom is'it for?" 1'ventured to ask.  "Lord Ctirf'.oid." ' '    '���������  .   "I wasn't awn re you corresponded," I  suggest i.*-;!.  -'���������      . ' t '  "Oh. we don't   -At leapt ho has never  ' Written to i::'e l:clV:*:>." she mi^weied., ,  "An<l po yon I:; ;1 Lortl t'arCeld's letter difiieiilt to ai*:..\vcrV"l a:-'l:ed. ���������_  V\*inniersat .vvlili her rigl-.t elbow on  ��������� the edge'of t!;e hint ting. pad. her eyes  'fixed on the window. :>. charming air of  self conscionsne. ;���������-(.ii iier small facts  A  tress cf her \'.\V.x "fell.forward over her  *   forehead, wl-icli v.-t-s still w.rinkled.  "Suppof-e you let mo lei! yon what to  eny'>" I proposed, sumding with a hand  ,   on her chair.        ,j f.    '      i '  "Oh. 1 know vhat "to-pay."    ,.  v ���������  ,J ���������  "Tlicn where";; your, di!liculty?'v I-de-  ���������  m.iudod. " -     _       ���������-   ,.  "Al  least  I  thii.k  I  do. only 1 don't  know how to pui it." _      ,       ,>���������  ���������"Well, you see. tjiat's whore Kmiirhr  come in'.'!   ,       '  "It lias'uoihia^- tmtliing iu tlie.vvorld  ���������to do with yifi'," sl:e said, rising impulsively. _ .'     -  "I am nofquite sure of thai."  "But I nni perfettly sure," she insisted.'                                                v       '  ."Now. you wore to take me into your  conlidcnce as J'ar as to'show, me Car-  field's letter."      r    .     ' '     ,  "Of course f phall do nothing of the  , kind." she rciorlcd.  "Then  1 must try to guess Its contents." '.'���������.-"  ���������   "Vou cohld uever guess," cried Win-  Hie decidedly.  - "lie   wishes  you  to  marry him,"  I  said.  Winnie turned upon me with an expression of complete surprise.  "Why, how did you know that?" she'  .   exclaimed, with a tierce "flush.  "You see, 1 h'appeu lo possess a pair  of eyes."  "I am sure I have never done a thing  to lead you to think that."  "Still it might have led others, especially Garfield, you know."  "I think that's very horrid of you,"  she said, sitting down again, with .a  pout ou her lips.  "Then Garfield has really asked you  to marry liim 7" I asked.  "Isn't It a nuisance7" she cried, lifting her eyebrows with nu air of extreme perplexity.  "Well, that's all right," I said.  "What isV" she demanded.  "So that you think it's a nuisance?"  "Well, it If." she answered. "All my  people are blithering me about it. They  want me to"���������  "They don't want you lo marry tlio  man!" I cried.  "They insist there's no reason why I  Bhourdn't." said Winnie, with a harassed expression.  "Oh, lint there's the most excellent  reason," I urged.  "Oh, do tell me what it is!" she pleaded hopefully.  "1 said I could help you."  "IJul how7" she cried.  "Take a fresh sheet of paper and ft  Dew nib," I suggested, "then I'll dictate your answer. Now then," I dictated. " 'Dear Lord Garfield' "���������'  "I've put that."  " 'Thank you very much.' "  "Oh, I can't begin iu that way," ebe  Objected.  , ������������������W'*"." ,1 said, "we'll try again.  'Dear'ijOid Garlield. 1 am deeply honored by your request.' "  Winnie put the end of Iter pen between her teeth and lui'iied toward mo  with a doubtful a:r.  "You know." she said. "1 don't trally  feci honored at all."  "Of'course not. It's a mere,matter  of form. Now, then, we're not getting  on. *I am deeply,honored by your request, but I regret to tell you' "���������  , "I must know what I'm going to tell  him first." cried Winnie, pausing again.  "-I regret to tell you that I am una-,  hie to consider it" "--  "Bui  I'did-very seriously," she insisted." ,   >  ,.  "Oh, well." 1 said, "of, course if you  really care for the fellow"- -  .-YlWoIIV" she, cried provokirurly. '   ,,  "Why. you may as well write the letter without my interference."  '   "Thai's what I told you at first," said  Winnie triumphantly.  "1  think'  1  shall f:;v  aicdl'y."  Im'3*  o       ' <  turned," aud  I  took my  hat   from the  t-.'.ilo.  "Goodby." sdie said, with a careless  .lod. as I stepped inward the don:*.  "That will be l'.,o m-nnd sheet of pa  ���������v. :��������� I've wasted." *-:.���������,* cried a:; I turned  I*." ham-Ik',  "You're   'gml'������ ��������� to    wtiti* ' ir.iotlu-.r,  <-     i.-    ir    --    -ir    -fz    *r    -ft;    *-    ^r    Mr    f������    *v    *z    -fr    -*?    *sr    &    fz    ?;    1?    ���������&    1>     v-    -���������--     *      '*z       -T    -*,     ���������*-    -v     -<r  *i *T  ���������t- --  V  *?���������* if- fr������*'  AYA **%      *���������>    .  t; If  y' > *"f ���������  **s '   J '  ... V(t  *--.-i -   ....  '">   I ff  -'"IF1 ��������� 'O  vilUli  *     ^r    ;���������   -fe   u   -,z   -J"    -i-  V    f' ti   f  ���������    4^   Y4~  nil  j*  ������  G  A ; 3. li ii ������S M Ja K 4s^  r~ri  IR,   "IT  *M  ^.x.     ���������.'..  ������  ^���������"r  ���������-?���������  ���������\1' y?**  ^.V������2������  *i^  if-.''  >y  *"r  .*  f'i^  -f'  ���������t^  <-j  f(r   **  ~y-  v*r-  ^i,'  if- >,''-  A  ���������V      >,  ���������4*  (r  If-'   V  5>^  r-/A  if:t^  y*  'j. ti?-*  rpj  t'Jv-  *ir  ������������������������;-  l!:H)V"   I   suggested.   e!o>  .tlie door  she  I ������j.|;  ."It's n pli.y you're In a hurry  cried. .     c o  "Vn'i not."   .', ',"','"  . "l-Jecaitse you inigl.t post li for ������iu<. 1  jlinn't be'two minute--." And..taking  her pen. she began 10 write at a great  pace.' ^Yhen she had finished, she  carefully blotted the letter and direct-'  ed an'envelope. "You might like to  read it?", she suggested, on the point of  sealing it.    [  "i'Oli; thanks!"    .        ' "  1 t r  She held out her hand with the let-.,  ter, and, taking it from the envelope, I  smoothed  it out.   .The contents were  barely'two lines asking Garlield to call  nt 4 o'clock the following day.      ' -  "Will,that'do7" shcasked.       ',  "I thinlc'niine would have been better," I said.   ' ' it  1   "That is one of tho ihings we shall  never know now," she answered.  '  "Why not?"-                '    ���������  "Because you lost your temper," she  said.   "I hate a man who loses his temper."       '                _         ���������  "Still it's never, too late, to'mend," I,  -'urged.  0"Now. suppose you  sit down  again and finish my'lei tor, then we can  compare notes,ryou know, and I'll post''  whichyou please."  ' , "Very well," she assented, and she  sat down'ond took her pen again.  ..." Where were we?" 1 asked. -  " 'Dear, Lord Garlield. I1 am deeply  ��������� honored by your .request, hut. I. regret-  to tell you that I am unable to consider  It.' That's all we've done," said Winnie, lookiug up with an expectant expression. '  " 'Because'"��������� ��������� '       '  "Yes; I've written that."  ".'Because d am^ifelfdy-engaged to  be married to'"��������� <   ���������*    '   ���������  Winnie .threw down her pen, mrkiug  a large blot 011 the pad.  .    "I didn't know you -were making a  joke of it," she cried indignantly.  "I'm not," I insisted.  ' "You were telling tup to write non  sense."  "You never wrote anything hair so  sensible In your life." I assured her.  ��������� '"Besides, it Isn't trup."-slie said.   -  . "Xot   yet,"   I 'answered, '"and   you  haven't finished the letter.    Now, suppose you finish.it?"  Winnie took up the pen again.  "TY " 'Because I'm already fugaged'to be  married to MrvArtliur' "���������  "Oh, this is dreadful!" she murmured, bending low over the paper.  " To Mr. Arthur Everest,' ". I said.'  "Now, all you have to do is to remain  his very truly or very sincerely nnd  ���������sign your uame."  So Winnie signed her name: then she  leaned back in her elm ir'and stared  hard at what she had written/  I drew a'-chair to her side and silt  down.   ���������  "And How?" I suggested.  "OT course." she continued, "it Isn't  likely I could send him a letter of that  kind."  '      '  "SUM It contains the truth."-  ' "It says  that   I  am  engaged   to" be  married," she said, ���������'and of course I am  nothing of the kind."  "You will be. Winnie."  "Some day perhaps."  "Today   is' as  good   ns   anbihi-T;"   I  1  ���������$  -?*  1 -4.  ,'i   ti  ^-'?- '*��������� I** - j.  -V ������  ���������'/J,    ���������������������"  ���������V  *?���������*  e^tf:  '.v*>r  1 ' (  We" -have.r always "b'e"en'noted" for the  -t it  tit  ������i*        fix ' printing costs  t$*   therefore  why  fine quality of oui  are  always  busy"  work-s that' ������-  u   t.  Cheap*' and  -why we-  inferior  ihe same as gooa  pL in.  S3?  'tit  &9.& -  ������'^  4������/f:*#  Hi-  not'"eret the  best.  Onr  Slt_i prices, are always reasonable."    If. in heed  Y >' ���������     ���������        " > ���������  of fine'printing, write'pr call on us., at once,  if 4  4*:if  tit  lit  l|t  H  we are never too busy ,'to attend to all brders.#>|4  ���������ffitf?'  .*���������������'  Kootenay Railway &<  " "   Navigation Company  Limited.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Kcyal Kail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the OM'Country,  ALLAN LIXE-Krom ifonU-col " '    '  Parisian    -      -      -      - -'   *'.     ,\ng. 2o  ���������      ���������-- - Sep. 1  niUilllill  ! 'j'miisiai)   -  ��������� Xuniidiiin  CuriiiLhiiin  JJ  urged.  "And to somebody," she added.  "If it comes to'that." I insisted. "I  am belter than any one else."  Winnie looked into my face with -a  smile on her lips. Then she became  permanently serious. *  "Perhaps���������perhaps .\*ou are." she said  quietly, nnd then- P.nt I don't think  I shall tell you what followed.���������Westminster Gazette.  Dormant  Bnnlc  Aoconntn,  In the Bowery Savings hank. New  York, there are about -Lit) dormant accounts, representing ."sol.ODD Under  the head of "donnant" nceonnts are  placed those which have given no >-i*_-n  of life in the way of draft or deposit  for 22 years. These accounts result  from many causes, such as crime, loss  of memory or reason, sudden death or  neglect on the part of the deposiior to  make a p"*-:'*,r memorandum of where  lie plan - mney.  DAILY TOURIST  CARS  To   ST^ PAUL,  Wednesday and Sunday  To TORONTO,  And .'"Every  Friday  To    MONTREAL     and  BOSTON,  passing Revelstoke as follows :  Eastbound 4:45,  Westbound 21:34,  "IMPERIAL   LIMITED."  Pamphlets furnished free  E. J. COYLE, T. W. BRADSHAW,  A. G. P. A., Agent,  Vancouver, B,C, Revelstoke.  Opera Li i if? Ka.slo'& Slocan Railway,  International Navigation & Trading  '    Comi)i\ny.  ���������  .1 DOMINION UNE-From Montreal.  Schodule of Time���������Pacific Standard Timo    Dominion ��������� -      ~ \U,T. 05  ('umbroniiii              -            .             .  Pen1"' 1  I Vancouver ' "'   lo  ' Effective Feb. 1st, 1000.  Kaslo & Slocan, Railway  DEiAViEll LINB-Frorii Montreal.  Passenger train for Sandon uivl way stations  leaves Kaslo at 8.i.m.; daily, loluniiiif?, leaves  Sandon ftt 1.15 pan-. io*ri\ ing at Kaslo 3.jo li.m.  International Navigation and Trading  Company  Operating on Kootenay L.ike and Hiver.  S.S. Intkh.vatioxat. leavos-Knslo for Nelson  nt (! 11.111. daily excopt Sunday; ret nriiinu, leaves  N'cl������on at l.:������i p.m.. ciliiiiff nt IJall'our, I dot  Pav, Ailisworlli, rnd all way points; connects  with S. P. & N. train lo and from Spokane, at-  Five Mile Point.  Iitirdo-Bnncan Eivision  AM Kit   Al.15K.lt.TA.  Steiunei" Allierta lcavcK Kaslo for bardo 11 nil  Argcnla at 8:."0 p.m. Wedne.silii.vs.  Steamers call at principal  landings   in   both  directions, and at other point-- when signalled.  TicketshOldtoa.il poi"t.*-. i" Canada and lhe  United Stales.  To ascertain   rates   and   full    information,  address:      ��������� * '  ���������  KOHKItT HIVING,  Lake Suporior   ,  i.akc Ontario  Mont fori,    -���������  Jvake (Jhaniplain  Lake Megantio   -  Aug. *;*2  ' " 'J'J.  Sop. 7  "     12  ���������'    1!)  1 ii<--ciifrcrs t-.cl-.rted IhroiiKh to all parts of  Great Jn-ilain and Ireland.and atrtpeeialiv low  rates to all pui-i.- of Uie ICtiropcnn coiillnerit/..  .���������xPP'J' to noiire-t railway orMcani.-lsiii agent or  T.   \V. BRADSHAW.  Agont.   HcvGlstoko.  TIMS     TABLE  S. S. "Lardeau."  8 tf  AI a nngcr, Kaslo, Ii. C.  Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. L'd  (ALASKA  Steamers for  8'  ROUTS.  Iiiiujau and Sknifway  ������*. raiifii  leave Victoria  Every Y/cdnesday at S p. to.  and Vancouver  Every TJuirntTay at ?. x>. m.  ���������jtcainrrs for Xortbcrn  Hritish  ("olmii^jin |io:'t*-  leave Vieturin and Vaiieonvcr weekly.  Itales. etc., on upplii-.iiion lo  (J. S. rtAX'IT.Ii.  Genera! rn-;bcnger Agent,  Victoria, B. C.   J  'l.i-r.n-.iii,' (.. Iv.c 1: Aiii.ubr.-.fl a mi Thi'tnsnn^  I.11111I111K ioi::iix in in.< June pi, \>hm, win <ail a-  'nlli,-.<���������-, iuuiihci- peniiittiiiK):  l.i'.ivi)  Arrowlif nil   for Thotnson's   LnndiiiK  .Hid Cuiiiiijibs at 7k. daily. h  bcavo   rhom-r.n's  I aniline and Cr.niapb'x for  \i-Kiwluad at   Kk.  daily, coniieelinL' with nil  1 -. I'. I.'. 1 rams and boat-.  T!:;> owner-- l-f-ervc the ri^lit to change times  of stibnjjs witliout notice. ���������  TIIK KltKU IiOJUXSON bUMHKIi CO. LTD.  F. ROBINSON,  Miiiiaging Director,  03&GSUKillt������9,^M!  1  nssts  Highest Cashf.Pric? Paid for  A 1! shipniont- are rviniincd by mo ns  soon ii.s they -il-rive. Piompt returns as-  i-iircd.   Trices arc too  high   to  warrant  3 holding xomU   for any IciiRth   of   time.  ] Yon   should kucp  posted 011   the returns  1 you get from  | G. W  BALDWIN,  1 P. O. box <Xi Agent for .bis. ribnan  y        :' Winnipeg, Man.  M-*^ 1 rf1l*rt������  Muniffiuuiiiiiiuiau  I.AULIU.  QSmEBKMnR^ibb.  i>j*j tK.'.',*) . THE KOOTENAY /MAIL  ������.Y      "      ���������      ,  I  .9  9  Supp  '6  5i'      AV'o  lnivo jihL opLMiod a large ^  ������������������>)..  &  ?)J  &'  9  i"?-'   shipment of  9 Cameras,  | " Kodaks,  '$.. >       Chemicals, ���������$  ������ ���������  ���������  ������ . ��������� ������  j(c plates, filths and every thing re- ^e  9. quired  i'or  Lhe itin.-itenr   photo-,,9  J" graphs.   ��������� Call   mid    see.     them. |",  j������ Everything  now and up to date $  9. at the' ' '���������'      ' J S  I      ' J  I CanadaDpug&BookCo i  a ��������� ?  ������ ��������� ��������� . ���������     ���������������  .���������.   , Revelstoke Station.    *������.        *J.  Pi^&hk-K'Ur&'&&'hk-&'&&'&9*^ft'&ft'kd?lK  REVELSTOKE OPERA HOUSE  Fop Two Nights Only, - Friday & Saturday Next,  Aug. 24th and 25th^ an extraordinary attraction, , ���������  First Appearance of the  AUSTRALIAN'COMEDY COMPANY  ', ,! ,Direct from the Antipodes ���������    h (   '  Pui-soiiik-I nf thu Company.���������Miss George Elliot, Miss Madge Coi rora-i. Miss.  Annie Girard, Jliss Rosa Stiindish, Mr. Alec* Coehrane, Mr. \\. J. T r.-uiMieiul,  Mi:. Per*cy Ward, Mr*.   Herbert. Jones, Mr. Chas. Waklron, Mr. Joseph bynr. y,  'FRIDAY NEXT iSrih4&W^  " SAPHO"  SATURDAY ,?���������������������������;������������������������ "HIS NIGHT OUT"  Notwithstanding tin? enormous expense of bringing this company from Australia, ' usu.-tl priced will prevail���������Front Seats" $1, IJac-k Seats 5(Je.v whole  Gallery 2.x.*.    Seals may be had at Canada Drug & Book Co.'s store.  CEIVI'JFICATE OF' IMPUOVJOIKNTS.  will leave for the east about the end  of the month.     ���������  .LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  ' J. Genelle, of  Kamloops, was  in tho  city yesterday.  ���������The Wollats-Broom case is 'being  heard to-day by Judge Form. f Joe  Broom was arrested on May 15th,  accused of having used a knife on the  person of Frank Wollats the night  previously.   ' * ���������   ������  D. J. McDonald, Dominion Homestead Inspector, Kamloops, was in the  city yesterday.        ,  Dick Burden, of. Winnipeg, and his  company'of. '' wood shed " artists, were  doing up the city yesterday.  Furnished rooms' to let. Apply to  Ji C. Hutchison, opposite Salvation  Ai my barracks.   , o  . 11. W. C. Jackson, of Iiossland, was  registered al tho'- Revelstoke' on Sunday. ' ���������  '  ' Captain Tda Gain, of the Salvation  "Aii'ny, left yesterday- morning, 1'orUier  new field of labor at Rossland.  Judge Foi in crime, up, from Nelson  last, night Vnd is holding a bitting'ol  the county court heie to-day.  The kindergarten school under the  superintendence of Mrs., Wilks reopened yesterday.  Tom .Moore, C. P. 1*. despalchrr at  Revelsloke, is in the city on a.\isil.���������  Nelson Tribune.  ' C. P. R. Agent Glaw, of Cr.tnhrooK,  has been convicieii of ihi-Tl froni the  road and sentenced to i'uiii- inoulli.^  ini|)risonnit.'nt.  , Sunday's express from the coast was  two hours,itnda half 3ato, consequently  the passengers for southern points  failed to make connections and were  forced to spend the day in Revelstoke.  Among the number thus delayed were  All-: and Mis. D. AI. .Cai-ltjy, of the  Economist, Nelson, who have been on  a visit.to the coast cities.  1 Mi', 'and Mrs. Hugh Hastings and  baby have arrived fr.om Rossland and  are staying at the -Hotel Revelstoke.  Mr. Hastings isa'mining'ongineer* from  "the old country * and" has taken chat ge  of the Anglo-Lai deau' Gold Mining  Syndicate's properties in l,h������ Lardeau  district.' This company, has recently  ��������� taken a bond on- the Sijver 'Dollar  Group a property adjoining,the Beatrice, ihoy have put a force of m<*n���������lo  work and are' acleivly developing the  property. The. company was floated  in England and are i'n'a strong position  financially. It is Mr. Hastings inten-  fion to make Revelstoke his headquarters.  Fou.yi>���������A gold ring, owner can have ���������  '. i ���������       '  same on proving properly and   paying |  cost of advet tisi.'uieiit. ' Apply    to   the j  Chief of Police. ' ;  ��������� cJas. Leauiy, timber, inspector, X<.*w j  Westiuinstei w.-is a visitor in thecity. j  Saturday on his' n.*iy south, r-eturninj.' [  last evening. v 1  ��������� A. COMPANY FROM AUSTRALIA '  At the, Opera House on  Friday aud  Saturday Next.  i _������������������  On Friday and Saturday next the  Australian Comedy Company, direct  from- Australia, will play a season of  t\vo nights at the Opera House. The  company comes to us'with a magnificent imputation and have been an immense success They v. ill stage Sapho  on Friday night and " His Night Out"  on Saturday. There will sine to he a  crowded bouse, to welcome the Australians so we should advise all to  mark off their se;tts at once. Tickets  on sale at the Canada Drug and Book  Store.  Rifle .Shooting.  The following were  Mrs. ,W. .MY Lawrence unci family. 1  who have been spending a coupie ot i  months in Winnipeg, return this i-ven 'j  ing on No. 1. ��������� !  Wev. Mr. (i)vgu;. who h.t- or-cupi' d '  the pulpit of the Pn*-.liyt<*riaii chu.-cli !  for the pa*-t few Sunday-, Icfl y������t������i - |  day morning for* Nrl-nn.    ,  A ���������.iici.d  Ulid"!'   tin'    .ni-pi' e-   of    1 he  l.adie-'Aid \s iii   !������������������������   held at   11*'* M-'! ho- !  disl   Parsonage  on   rl'lmi'-d.'.y evening  next. ' ,    o  the  scores rnadf,  .it    tin*    prize    rifle   shcoi   of    No.   o  Compnny,  R. M. R.   held on Saturday  ;i,Uei'ti('on : distances 200 and 500 yards,  highest fio-sii.le TO :���������  Private T. D. Pickard  On poial R. Cordon  Priv.iti- L. A. ViyW.  -        ���������'      '.I. Outlii-li  K.Dodd1    ���������  1). Ti-iiipl"  Fmi-.-i -hoot ml .O'l'i y,"inl-. |>o���������ii>it* ;;.">*.  Pi iv.ite PicU.ud  K. -W. I J. Pa got,    _.  K'D.'dd       ' 5  50 ���������,  12  -il  ')* t  ������������������''  |)o--il>h*  IiO  I)r'. Du V.il, a. well known iiiini-tei;  (>f the Pre.-byieri-Hi ('linidi of (Yinad.i,  c.inie tip from X'd^on la-t night on !ii-  waydiome to Winnipeg.  (I. D. Xagel aiffi J. 15. Scot I l-cliirned  ,la-l night from Prairie .Mountain  where they have been doingas-ies^ment  work on J. M. KellieYs property.  Mr. James Lawrence, of the Lawrence Hard wan: (Join pa 113", Nelson,  and brother of Mr. W. M. Lawrence of  our city, came up from the soul h last  evening.  Mr. Halph Smith. M. P. P., has been  summoned to Ollawa to advi.-e.lhc  government ii*> to the best, moan-: of  putting the new labor bureau on a  ptactical  working  basis,    Mr.   Smith  W. C. T. U. .Annual Meeting.  Tin* aniiiial meeting of tlie W. C. T.  I*, was held al the home of M 1-. A.   X.  Smith.  A report of the ye.iiY-, work \\.i-.giv"ii  by th*- Secrft.-nry. During 'the year  that i-- pa>l the most, of tiie moiiey  i-.ti-cil v.,'1*. devot"d lo i-i'fCiir* woi kf  willi very sali-factory results. A 11-  port, fiom the Irea-urer >liov.cd a balance on hand of $'J. '   ,  Kleclion '>)' oHifer^ was as follows; -  President, Mr*. S. J. Thompson; I-t  Vice Psesidenl: Mis. J no. Lnwson; 2nd  Vice Pi esident, Mrs. I li.oley; :ji d Vice  Presidenl, M 1^. j\ . X. Smii h; Hecn-tary,  Miss ICdg.11, Treasurer, MissSmilh.  J  W. CROSS, M. D.  Hi'HHKOS TO TIIK C  I'- H.yClTV illCAbTH  OPPH'lCll.  UtHw: Taj'loi JJlyok, Muckuri/.iu Avcrmo.  '.voTfcr..  irardpati Mineral Cl.tiin. siturttd'in Hie llovcl-  MoRc Alining Division of ^Ve^L Kootenay.  AVlicrc located, 011 Uaruus Creek.  Take notice that, I. .7.-31. Kellio, free miller's  certificate No. 1$. 1,">:5'.)7, intend, hixly days from  tlio (Into hereof, toapiily lo the Mining Hocor-  dci* for a cerliticnte of iniprovcinonts. for the  purpose of obtaining a Oown gniril of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 3", must, be commenced' before the  issuance of such certificate of improvements.'  Dated this 2Sth day of July. l'JUU.     ,        ���������.  '    .7. 31. KKLLI13.  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. 1  Any part of above sold to suit purchaser.     For'particulars applv to  CRAIG, and HILLMAN,  Thomson's Landing, B. C  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  * .Thercgnlarriieetinys  are hold in (lie Masonic Temple, Bourne  Ifnll, 1.011 tlie 'third  Monday in each  ���������lir.nlli at S p. m.  Visiti ns? brethren  cordially welcomed.  II.' J. Pit ATT 'SECimTAKY.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F��������� No.*'25.  Ilojyiilar mcetiiifrs are held  NY T. KDWAllDS. NT.G.       J. A. STOXE. Sec.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meet.-- every Tuesday  s^S-TPs: ^^wSSsj.   ' evening in Oddfellows'  /0^ WJ    '_W^^s."a-ll ' at    8    o'clock.  ������f.       S/ssrr&zz-s^      jflVi.sitiiiK brethren cor-  Ss'diaUy  invited   to attend.  13. JLAXBUUY, N. G. .   ..    ^r* MATUIE, Sec.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I. O. F, No. 3163.  1 ^������������������  Meets: in the'Oddfellows  Hall on the second and  fourth Mondays of each  month. Visiting brethren   invited  to  attend.  C. VT. MITCHELL,  It. S.  13. II. AT KIN'S,  C.-lt.  JL  \.  W. IIOLDICIE .  ANALYTICAL CHKJlIST AND  ASSAYKlt.  Roval School of Mines, l^ondon. ,  Seven vcars at 3Eorfa Works, Swansea.  Seventeen years Chief Chemist to Wijjan  Coal and Iron Co.. P.wjf,. ,���������   , ,'  Late Chcmirttand As--aycr, Hall 3Ii:icr, Ltd.  Every description o������ ai������n.y and analyt.icul  work undertaken.  diiim-* exiiiniii'!'l and reported upon.  UKVEL.'STOKE.U. C.    , " 1  IF  ARV10V ii.  McfJAIlTKlt  !*I.-  ir.MM.'Isn'ltS. KOLICITOUK,  KTC.  t)r*i.-i<;i.rf :    Moi.so.v-:   \lx'.<\<   Hi.ock,   Iii-  .stout.. U. (.'.  .Mulii-l' to lo-iii.  Olli'cY Ijcvuli-lokc'. M. ('.: l''ort Steele, M0C���������  lino. H. ^r( f.'Alfl'l.li, .1. A. llAKVlvV,  Itevel-loke, 11. <,'.' Kort .Steele, 15. C  i" ' ������V_V_7 H Your'Own' ^*: *  tin  rrice.  rib 25 Per Cent Reduction on^*snH3&> c ' <&  dh !ce Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, V/ater Cooler, and Water ������^>  fa Filters, Screen Doors and Windows, Lawn Sprinklers, Ccal  ^  ������**  Oil Stoves. ,  .  4������ All First Qualitv^G-oods. P    Make a Note Of It. <f>  UiSi ������ iiiiii-|ii������yii������   nni"������i"['^i ^St  f, W.   M.   LAWRENCE, |  ^ HARDWARE       -       STOVES       -       TINWARE, ^  GREAT OLBARINa SALE AT COST PRICE  FOR CASH ONLY ���������    "  r ������ - '  Flour, Wheat, Shorts, Bran, ������   '  >���������   Family Groceries & Farm. .Produce.  tyjJt������ft1* J>ftLX'.i**li>t ���������IIBTIfeMP^tW  Savage . BroSo, Second Street.  REVELSTOKE  Knit  r-2?1f?  'c 0.  r^^^&y  -���������AV-j-  1   ivy    : .  'll/' JI ^  ss  Work  ^    GIVE US ATRIAL  F.   BUKSR,   Proprietor.  Phone   43.  FIRE & -LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS,  ^ss*"^NOTARIES PUBLIC; ETC:  FIRST   STREET,   REVELSTOKE.  DRESS   WELL  ' i  Lord Chesterfield was,undoubtedly   i*i������,dit   wlicii   he declared-Ins  . ' belief tljat'inost peoplG(,fo!*nu*d some opinion of a man's spnse arid  .   chai'actei*���������from Ills dress.    Tlie jij'clinalion to dress well is shown '  by   the . number  who conic here to be clothed.    They come hero  , because .if our ability lo give 'them  thd" correct  and'proper gar-  '     merits..;   They   get   the   best qualities;'the- U^t trimmings * the ;  best work ; the best fit that's to bh had.    They get exclusiveness.  J".     S  ore ssjyc^-isr.  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.  Our Assortment of ,.  CARPETS, ,     ���������  LINOLEUMS/  STRAW MATTINGS  WALL PAPERS,  DRAPERY GOODS,  Etc.; is the Largest in the West.  Samples Free oh Request.  -  Victoria, B.C.  '9  THE  VANCOUVER.  RATES   $2.50    PER' DAY. ���������  WAH   CHANG,  ,  ' ,     DEALER  IN*  ��������� Fancy Goods, Japanese and  Chinese Novelties and Silk  Goods, Bamboo Work, Ruttan  Chairs, and Crockery YVai'e',  A I.MO  Fruits and Confectionery.  Opposite'the Post Office,  Front St. Revelstoke, B.C.  BAU-.ER & ASHXIOPT,  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,  MINING ENGINEERS,  Surveyors of Clinch, Mineral Claims and Crown  J.ill!(i.-.  VANCOUVER,   D. O.  Your Pocket-book  may be low but nobody seVs it, but  ' if your dollies iu-o chubby Hint  HcLtJesit, nobody wnnts'to liiiow yoti.  Liuliesoi* Gents Tuiloi* Jlndc Clolhi'H  rcpirii'vcl and clciincd in good stylo.  Cull or .solid post card.  Samuel   Necdham, Douglas  StY  Kitublidhctl la ycm***.  '    Strictly Union Labor Shop..- '    ;  t aniioess   -  is next to Godliness."  If you  wtiht, your ��������� scaveiigei-  Work done  in.a clean and  economical   way   send   a  ' card to ...  FRANK SAUNDERS,  ������'   , Revelstoke Station.  CKUTlKLCATli; 0^ i:\U-U0VJOIKNTS. |{  NOTIUK,  Alice. Alien Kr.iction, Donanzji Kihjj-, Crown  1'oinl, (.Jloiiceste'i*. Jjiiht, Chmicc mineral  eluiiiiK, .xiMiiitcri in. the Uevelsloke Mining  Division of West Kootenay District. Where  located :   On Ground Hog IJanin.  Take notice that T, AVilliam A. Pnupr, ngent  fori). JL Wilson, free miner's certificate No. H  J17S.'t, Krnnk Voting, free minor's certifiate No.  J! IITS/i. .1. II. Konro. free miner's eertificute No.  1-5 4.j(Jl(j. intend, sixty days from thu date hereof,  to apply to the Alining Recorder for a Certificate ol Improvement!-, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tho  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this llth day of .June, 10CO.  WILLIAM A. BAUER.

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