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 ^  0     -it u-.i-irv   iTv������t������99,  PUBLISHED   EYEET THTJBSDAT.  Vol. 7.���������No. 35  < EEVELSTOKE. R C, DECEMBER 7, 1900.  $2.00 Per Year.  w\  12, Granite. Creek" ' -    '  ���������  13   Princeton '  '    ���������  l'lil.l.I.Vd  DIVISION  NO. 0.  Consisting of the Provincial Electoral-District of the Hast Riding of Vale.  (!  1  2  20  '13  57  32'  112  3  ���������12  2.3  113  Again the electors of Yale-Cariboo   show their confidence  in the-'Laurier government and as a result of the polling yesterday W. A. Galliher .the   Liberal candidate  will  represent this  ricfing for the'next five, years.   '"'The  fight  as anticipated,,was  between Galliher and   Foley,   the   latter  being  a close second  with McKane "several hundred behind.,   , The  latest corrected  returns give Galliher  2590,,   Foley   2,51'8  and   McKane 2226.  There are a number of places ih -the' rural  districts yet to hear  from but in these the fight is  principally  between Galliher and  McKane ancfwill not affect  the  present' standing of the candidates.'" . The Conservative push in.Reyelstoke were jubilant at  the result .of the poll   in   this   city,   and  when Kamloops was  heard from shortly.afterwards giving McKane a large majority  the town was hardly large enough for them, but their exultation  did not last long and when the returns from the south began to  arrive there was a change in the situation and early in the even-  ino-'the Tory-gang'shut up shop and" retired to their respective  .abocles.      We give below the returns as far as obtainable.,.,  ; POLLING   DIVISION  NO.   1. ,  Consisting oC llio Provincial Electoral District of   Uie East Hid ing of; Liilooet.  Xo,   J    Mai a  2 Salmon Rivet  3 Armstrong ���������  4 Enderby  5 , Vernon  ' ,G   Lmnby ,  7   Peachland  S' Okanagan Mission ,  0   Kelowna  10 Penlicton -  11 Okanagan Falls  12 Keremeos     .  13 Fairview  ���������e      14   Sidley  15   Camp McKiimey "P  10   Rock Creek ,    '  17   Jackson  "    18   West Okanagan '    ., ���������  19   Olalla ' '" "  POLLING DIVISION  NO, 7. '  Consisting of-the Ptovincial Electoral'District of the Revelstoke Hiding of  West Kootenay. ���������       "  No.   1   Revelstoke  ,  2' lllecillewaet  3l Albert Canyon  ,  ���������4   Halcyon  5   Glacier  .   G   Arrowhead  7 Comaplix  8 Thompson's Landing  0   Tiout, Lake  "Maxwell' An   :   ���������  Easy Winner.  - The fight- in Liurrard yesterday was  very exciting, although there ��������� was  never any doubt "as to the result. Tlio  returns so far received give Maxwell  2306' and Garden 1925, or a majority  for,Maxwe)J of -133, with 25 northern  poles to hear from which will likely  increase his .majority.  ���������Cf  24  3  .8  3  o  4  No. t    Clinton  No.'2    Bonaparte  No. 3   Lac la I-Iache, 111-Mile Post  No. 4 , Lac la liaclie, 127-Mile.Post-  No. 5 A Big Bar' t ���������  No.- G    Dog Creek    -  No. 7    Alkali Lake  FOLliY  1  3  0   '  G.U-MIIKH  ' ,22  21  MCKANE  ' 21  10  10 Ferguson  11 Nak'iir-i)  12 Firo Valley  13 Burton City  SO  ,  1  1  2'  ' .S  11  -1  J  11  ���������io  11  116.  S  ���������I ���������  1 ������2  8  "10  5  ni  13  17  23 <  152  11  2  0  1(5  30  13  2  11  ���������b  ��������� 17-,  POL1.INC+ DIVISION NO. S.  POLLING   DIVISION  NO.  Consisting of the Provincial Electoral District of , the West Riding of Liilooet.  2  6  No.   1 Town of Liilooet  No. ' 2 Pavilion- ' '  No. " 3 Watson'Bar Creek-  No.   4 Empire Valley'  No." 5 , Tyaaxon Creek'        . .^=^^--���������^=1^=^====-  No.   6 Cadwallader ' '  " 7  No.   7 MeGillivray Creek-  No.' S Pcmberton'Meadows.  .,  I'OLLINC!   DIVISION   NO.   3.  Consisting of tho Provincial Electoral District of Cariboo.  30'  8  29  3  519  ���������   223  2G1  31  53  80  s  3     1  27  .        *17  s 0  1  30,  SO  40  7  83  J2  141  120'  53  4 .  20  6  S6 ���������  39  24  3S  10  10  27  20  27  No.    1    Barkerviile ������ G'  No.   2    Stanley ,'  No.   3    Quesuel 2  ' No.   4    Alexandria  No.   5 , Soda Creek        . ' 12  No.'  G    Chilcotcn, lliskie Creek-  No.   7    Chilcoten, Hanceville1        , ,   ���������     . ' l  No.   S    Chilcoten, Alexis Creek                    .                             '  No.' 9    lo0 Mile House ���������    ".                                     0             43 <  No. 10    QuesnelTorks       ,    '  No. 11    .Keithley Creek  No. 12    Harper's Camp      \                   <-  No. 13    Burner Lake                    '                       *             '                               &,  ���������    *   POLLING   DIVISION   NO.   4.  Consisting uf lhe Provincial Electoral District of the Nortli Hiding of Yale.  No.    1 Kan'loops  21 .  31  0  '. 10  30  27  7  3-  13-  23  80    .  ' ,   77  52  1     8  y  0  1  1  10  37  ,19  4  -1  138  215  G  . 0 .  9  S,  1,  11  2ft).   2 North Thompson, east side,  'No.   3 North Thompson, west side  No.   4 Louis Creek .    ���������    .  No.   5 ,Monte C.eek  No. . G Grand Prairie,  No.   7' Shuswap  No.   S Notch Hill  No.   9 Kuall  No. 10 Salmon Aim  No. 11 'Si'jamous  No. 12 Craigellachic  No. 13 Stump Lake  No. 14 Quilchena  No. 15 Tappcn Siding  No. IG Nicola Lake ,   ,    .  17 Grillin Lake  18 Glenemnia  19 Campbell Cicek  TOLLING   DIVISION" NO. 5.  Consisting of the Provincial Electoial District of the West Riding of Yale.  No.   1 .Agassiz .  2 Hope  ,      3 Yale  4 Spir/./aiin  5 Noith Bend  0 Lytton  7 Speii'iv's Bridge.  8 A.shcroft-  })   Savon as  10   Lower Nicola  U   OUiT Valley  0 '  5  10  -J  . 21  -i  0  5  2  o  35  15'  1  o  4  0  1  o  11  ���������;  13  o  4  20  14  I  2  3  IG  0  0  5  13  12  3  -J  35  0 .  10  S  0  ]  5  17  5  15  2  i *-*  lo  16  3  7  G  3  ���������10  52  7  IG  ,���������)  J.3  10  Consisting of the Provincial Electoral District of the Rossland Riding of West  Kootenay. , ' ���������  No.   1   Rossland..  '    2   Trail  ��������� : '-,'*/-'  3 ' Gladstone  4" Cascade '���������>  5   Grand Forks  G   Columbia  7   Greenwood  S   Midway        ' ,    ��������� ..  9' Phoenix  ' , _J! _���������_.'.  10   Eholt ,"'  POLLING DIVISION NO. 9. ,  Consisting of the Provincial Electoral District of the Slocan Riding of West  Kootenay. ',  No. 1   New Denver ,                                               47  2 Silverton 59  3 Sandon ,      ,        178  4 Three Forks ���������     ,                  ^     ' .-    *       -11  5 Whitewater -             * ��������� .                 '44  ,0   Kaslo 74  7   Ainsworth ���������                                                  21  S   Pilot Bay ���������  9, Robson 5  10 Slocan Junction 2  11 Slocan City 94  12 Deer Park '     ,  13 Argenta  14 Newling's Ranch ,. 8  POLLING DIVISION NO,  10.  Consisting of the Provincial Electoral District of the Nelson Riding of West  Kootenay.        ,   ,  No. 1   Nelson  -   2   Granite Siding  3   Hall Minna     '  ���������J   Athabasca Mine  >  5   Xmir  i  13' Ymir Mines  7 Sahno  S Erie  I 0 Waneta, ,   ���������  10 Kuskanook  11 Orcston  12 Kitchener  TOLLING  DIVISION NO.  11.  Consisting of the Provincial Electoral District of the South Hid ing of East Koot  en ay.  No.  1   Wnsi " (-  2 Fort Steele 10  3 -Waidnet  1   Cran brook 50  5   Movie 101  (5   Kimberley  7   Ferine     " 71  5 Michel 11  y   Elko                 '                    , 4  10   Empire  POLLING DIVISION NO.  12.  Consisting of the Provincial Electoral  District of the North Riding of Easl  Kootenay.  No.   1   Peterborough  2   Alhalmer  6 Windermere (    *  4 Galena  5 Brisco.  6 Carbonate  7 Field 8  8 Palliser 1  9 Golden 1  10 Beaver                                                                   G  II Rogers Pass , 5  12 Donald a 3 .1   I  255  , 355   .  213  U  "   -1  12  ' 12  12  I  3!l  21  8  12  13  2  9  7  2  0  2  1  0  37  15  4  1  0  3/  GO  70   ���������  0  11  8  71  (5  5S  2  2  /  18  14  4  73  33  2  1  1  7  3  k  Baiiway Policies  Contrasted.  Mr.   Goodeve   shed   crocodile   tears  over the gigantic swindle .perpetrated  by the Laurier administration in buy-  ing the   Drnmmdnd   countv' railway,  lie forgot however to give  both .sicl^s  of llie question.    He forgot to ti'Il  the  audii'iH-e that the  Intel colonial  Railway of Canada between the years 1SSI  tvi 1SC(J was a drain  on  the  D,-minion  111'usury and an rnutial di-Cu-it avi-iag-  iug'.$2o0,()0l) or a (ni.'al dv.jlicit in   twi-lve  yenrs or $3,000,000 under Toi-y govn-n  nient.   These  (ignros are  taken ��������� from  the public accounts.    Hon.  Mr.  Blair   .  minister   of   railways    (in    Canada's  business'government), determined "to  bring order out of chaos,  bought the".  Drtuhinond  county railway.' thus ex- -  tending   the- Intercolonial'railway to -  Montreal from   the  old   terminus  at   ���������>  Quebec.     One  million   six    hundred '  thousand dollars was paid for the rail-  way, or at the rate of $12,000 per mile.    .;  It will  be seen at  a glance  that  it   ���������  would only take a* few years of Tory  deficits to swallow up the total'cost of  the  road,   consequently    it    was    a  business    transaction.      ,Mr.    Blah's  swindle has con vet ted a quarter of a  million of a deficit into a surplus of  tv I ' '  $63,000.    So  much capital was   made  out of the purchase of the. road by Lhe  Consei vative corruption howlers that  a commission   was , appointed   to  investigate all matters relating  Lo the  purchase  At'the  end of the investigation the Conservatives found they  had to climb a tioe and cry quarter.  Hon.   Johi'k''   Haggart,    minister    of  railways in the late. Conservative government, indignantly denied .that anyone had  ever ' implied  corruption  in-  connection with the matter.   Thus out .  of Un; mouth of their political enemies  the government position w.-ts justified.  Under these urcimistanci*--; it  is  most  discreditable   that    Mayor    Goodeve    ���������  should come all the way from  Rossland to gull the people of Revelstoke  with old stale charges of corruption.  But why dwell longeron the discreditable tactics of such dishonorable 'and    ���������  disreputable politicians.  In direct contrast lo these business-  , like transaction!) stand out in bold '  relief the C'(inserv;itive.*-tyli'of building '.  railways. They built lh,; Cape Breton  extension aL a cost of J>3.'',(AHJ per mile,  the Oxford branch at $10,000 per mile  and rounded oil' I heir triumphs by constructing lhe St. Charles at,$12,31X1 per  mile. Enough! There is imd.ing left  of the'one time Con.sei vative parly but  a lot ot old fo.-.Mli'/,ed hulk.*-, storm  lieaten and wator-logged, trading on  the credit of former voyages. No  parly without a progressive policy is  worth powder to dcmoli.--h them.  The  Laurier   I at iff   fot    revenue  in  1807 reduced the duty on  coal  oil 10:-:     '  r  '*i  '<>\  '-'"* I  -1  '������!  'VI  i*j|  al  '$1  M  o������  'il  I  , AS f  (Continued on page two.j  * X.iVA-.lVlH/r'  ,rmUr'^r-\  .������AV*> -- *--^TTf, THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  TTh*> Ik'oV^n���������**���������'-') fifViii  PUBLISHED KVKI'Y YHtLlSDAY.  ���������aBV3L5T02S,E.C,  ��������� 13Y--  P,. Ii. tlAili'Hi-ltli,  l'L'ai.isjina .'.:-'"��������� Pko.'iukto':.  Subscription   Ft-ice,   ������2.C0,  For    Ar.11r.vn  ADVKnTl.SJN"t"' KATKe ' tjuot on application. , ,  JC3-* PPJXTIX''<(.f (-, ei-;, kii;(" nl ino.-l reason  able ������������������rilc.-viiii-l .-liorU-vt notice.  ACCOUNTS f'������' ~inh pi'inli'*.'' ���������*"' ���������������'] vertisdny  piiyalilrj mi llie :'ir.-'v- ul" every inoiitn.  i"01!l{KS'l,U.*.*[>i'"vri'", fin nl! in,liter.-; of local  ",,' -Mb!ii- ini",-, .1 in*, il* *1 ini.l earelidly <:on-  sicJcn-il. All i-oiii'ti.iiii.-:it������'>:i -. !���������> tbe >'f'.M  inii-f T..'ii ���������i-miiii.micl li.v l'.-i* n-uni; ������>r l>������������  wi-ilf-'.'. mil ii'-'i:i--ii-i',*, 'i'oi*-pulilii,:!.tum, out  a-; ui: i'\ i.li'ii'.*.! </i" .;'-''-l f.t'vtli.  .i Ailili'i''--' , ,  Tiii': iC(,>on-:N.\Y >\a~a,;  l������/-i*fl--!ol:c. I>,C-  [,*i(!!),.\v. DKCKMIJKIl   <\   J!0'J.  Haumi Smith, M. V.'a (labor loao-  pi-'s) ad.Iiessmi -fc'atu.day opening was  a magnificent tribute am! endorsation  b������ Sir Wilfrid Laurier'*', government's  i:iilighl.or.odaii(i progi-Rii-nvuJfL'islation.  , Mr." Smi'tli' coiild not very .wdl take  any   other   wow'as'it  is admitted by  ��������� every unbiased r mind wbon the. do  nothing policy *3f' form's!' Conservative  ifovcriimonts i.s contrasted with -the.  Liberal government's labor legislative  enactments in favor oi1 the masses of  the people.  '   Ma von   Goodev.:   i"    !'is    speech  Monday   evening  dial longed   any   reformer to say- what   national guod the  Liberals   had done.''   They settled the  .Manitoba   school   qnoslion : reduced a  customs* per   cei.uige   mi   tnrifl goods  fiom 18.28 por cent   to 1G.70 reducing  taxaiion nnd' promoting domestic and'  foreign   trade.      They secured denunciation of   iyi.st.fau.rcd nation clauses  between'England   and   E-vIgium    ���������cl  Germany  -a-.d   granted   a substantial  preference; to T.iili'.ii uy.d*-, which wa������  described    iu   the   old' country as the'  ������������������.(,st.   notable'  Ki������].   V������'t t-"-^11 lo'-vard.s  , ���������l',ifviMg'ih������'l,-������rilv- They .'-stablishorj  ' penny    postug"    to' iliitain    and   her  possesion--,   and   made   a two cent doc  mestic and   UmUxl   Slalom Ik ter rate.  They    extended    iho   intercolonial   to  Montreal making it a paying concern ;  built the Crow's -Nest Pass road saving  thousands of acres of coal lands to thc  country   and    reducing   Mvighl    iales  'thereby.     .Th������-y   eslublMi'd    a-labor  bureau, destroyed the sw.ating sy*d< m  on   gosei nment   contract,-:  raised   the  Chinese   he-id    tax, and    adopted    an  'arbitration   avi.      Tby   attempted  to  destroy lhe investments of the peoph  of LambJon is simply a proposal to  ruin Uanaduins in an attempt to repair  31 r. Fielding's dreadful blunder. -  j low does the above  Sally with  Sir.  Goodeve's   exf.acudinary  proposition:-  The  measures taken by the Libeialto' reduce the price  of coal oil���������replying  to   a   question   in-the   House ot  Commons   on, 31ay' IGlh,    1000,     Mr.  Fii'lding said:    "1 have no information  respecting Iho aifairs of the Standard  Oil   Company.     There   has    been  no  U-giMation under  lhe  present government which,would assist I hat company,  m chiirgiug exorbitant |;i-ices.    Everj  sii'p lakeu liy Uie. present  governme.i'  eilh-r with respect to legislation or i<  d'-pai I menial admiiii'-ti'iition ha,-"  been  in! he  diivciioii   of  removing  lestrie  lions   ami'lessening  the' price of oil.  Tin* duty on imported oil which existed  under lhe late government  has been  reduced.   ���������   JJurdorrome     regulations  exi.-vling "'b-r that i?o\ eminent   with  respect   to   in.-peclion   of   oil, ' winch  could only take place nfU'i",it had lajen  pul in   liariels,  hayo   beeii   abolished,  thus faoilildlino; cheap aod  convenient  methods  , of  handling   tbe   oil.   The  number of points at which  oil can be  imported in bulk in tank cars has been  increased    and   permission   has  bt en  given to use lank wagons.'   The former  rogvilalion forbidding the use  of, tank  ships-has been   repealed,   thus giv'ng  along Ihe line of water communication  the"opporlunity to receive oil by cheap  transportation.      Yvben'Vailway companies increased their fi eight rates on  coal oil in such a   manner as seemed  likely  to prevent competition  in  the  oil   trade,    the   government   on   the  advice of the railway committee of the  privy council disallowed   the increase  and 'ordered   the .restoration   of   the  former   rales.     In'short   every   step  taken by the present  government in  relation to, the  oil   business  has  been  for lhe  put pose  of  removing  burdensome resolul ions reducing  the  cost, of  lantlli'ng the  oil  and  ehie-ipening  the  i '���������Bah"ai""tliis oilskin mystery" will 7do;  Until a better is found.���������Boston Record.y  Chicago is complaining that cattle  ranches have been started in some of tlie  residence sections. If beef goes much  higher, we may expect to hear of cattle  ranches in Chicago's roof gardens.���������  Louisville Courier-Journal.  Devotees to'the fashion of wearing high  collars will perhaps be pleased !<> learn  that a New York doctor ssuy-i such coli/d's.  have a tendency ty caus-.e lomdlnis and,  that the disease i.s now regarded as fashionable.���������San Francisco Call.  Is, history about to repeat itself in  China? One hundred ycais ago ihe  French raised a family disturbance whieh  tho other European powers uiulei'lcok lo;  "pacify," wilh the result that the peace:  breakers got logellier and thrashed the  peacemakers���������Louisville Times.  On die morning of Sept. Ki, IPOo, lliou'  war-iiT a legal while Kelt iei* in the f?hvn>!  kee strip. .TMuy lliat s.miivrc;;iiin..yVow  Oklahoma, knot-kinx for adiui.^itin hs.h  slate, ha*- ."i.'J.Ot'u ' inhal.itanri:. andyi  yield, d ill the h.irveM !>1U.),(*u010yQ.';;ij[*  Bgriciiltural  'prodlicls   alone. AAyyy  'ARGE '..AN'ttf'' VELL    LIGHTED  :S'' --^J.;. #. 7;' %'77"'|': 7," ^3,  ; 1' 7.7-   ;���������77;;7.: y-y'7> .7; I^V^^^jpjj^. 7 RofciSi:S.;,'Heated.by.,:,  "\ '"���������%'    '#'?'���������: ������;'���������    i'A,: 7 H,:,7   ''; ..������������������-,:: .A^y 'Ay "^^hci^air and. alcctric bells and;  Vyy^a^A". 7:. g,-v.; ���������assw.-^ssssiy^s^^^. Wiight'Jn cvcry'tccn'iV'.Frco biis'inectsaly.  ���������1.1)1!?.'  ���������&  ���������iqA^A^s^y. -.farKssy .-uAAffA'.  ' ZiSASCi'7/i.3ijij  i-(Ai'iii5������.  the  - dc  street  ���������A0:'^r������;AA^jA'^A;iA ;^,&^  \.& '  WaA '������������������    Any .\\AA%,   A ''������<j(. A-^yfy^  :M'^^  'MiW^mMM^^A  ���������:������ ���������" Q7;   H  :An jR^'.:.-'V'" ��������� ���������#*%.&"������������������&'71 ���������a^'iva%AkA.  THE PEDAGOGUE.  ;;7yy  Dr. Carl K. Svciismi, pror-ideiit. .:.of  Bethany college, at I.iudsbcig, III-'., ,h.i^  bci'ii elected president of Augiifatnna, college, I Jock Island, li!?. AAAA  ['roi'e.-sor 10. C. Hills of Rollins college,..  Winter Park, Fla., who hns in charge  the genera! leaching of English li>.,lh>"  Cuban teachers in Cambridge, lias aii.ex:.  tensive knowledge of Bpanish. 7 fl-:;;;  \V. S. Lilly, lhe well known wrijfcroii  ethics, is a candidate for the cliahyor  mora! philosophy at Camhndee nniycr;  sily, ICnglaiiil, miide vacant by llie/resig-;  nation of rro'fesKor Henry Sedguickiyy  Dr. Wintlu-op E. Stone has been c'lvpseii  president 'of riirdne univer.-ity aysiiO''  eessor lo Dr. .lames FI. Sniarl. -vvliodieii  last spring. I>r. Rtoue has been; vice,  president of the university for several  years. ���������yAAy  George M. Wrigiit of Now Y'yU has nc'  copied tlio oliice of treasurer of Mi'-ldly  bury college, Vermont, to succeed L.7I>:  Eldrcdgc of Middlebtiry, who retires al't  er ncarlv 20 years of service.   Mr. W'right-  is a Middlebury alumnus of the olasyof7  '74.   He was born in Orwell, Vt.  AAAAy,  77jlii:Ht^.!aR^'7;.  i'ii'7,e:'v'Oi;.y ''rnspiH't, ���������-.���������.��������� All 7  7 .���������".:.",' ���������;.*;���������, ���������:.'"'jl'-'.'.'<.'"'.i ''���������'���������'���������'���������   "    ���������:'-"���������������������������������������������  ���������'-���������  .i'i!.-vlQ.|''ri7vc|n:;yeiu/vnco:s.;-/y  !p;jji.nge,sa'i:np!e rdoii'isiy,,.���������?>!������;,  ' ,'Fi-ciO' 'bus 777  n  article to the consumer.*  ' ���������     The Popuinr Vote-  Full returns t'roi,n Maiiitoba constituencies' show a Liberal vote of 21;73G  and a Conservative vote of 16,954.  This means including Puttee and  Kichardsou on .the Liberal side.  Tn'.New Brunswick the returns  show a Liberal vote of 35.067; Con-  feer\ative fit ol.S'iO.  In Nova Scotia tbe Liberal vote has  lZr.Z Z^i^rryn^dcr ace | 54,3*9, against 50,806 Conservative.  lul,'-le,al,^ .lv union label bu, the I In P- K. I. tbe popular vote stands  *..���������...,. killed   tnen, b,th.       It has se- \ LiWaL, 10.807,  Conservative 10,068.  cured 100.0J?. ^etllers   for -tl.e   North {  \\\>*\. and k-ei.fi*'!   or   ncar.y  all   the  TAKING  THE  REINS.  s-ttlerx    ii   brought^ K    "J liet e    aie;      TI.inv.,oilr Ami.ri, nn hor.^e-j have been  oilier things but  the. above will do tor 1   euU.r.id* for the English Derby of 1002.  '"''"' :      j,   S!a*-k   v.-ill   hereafter  ride   for  the  ,-v stai t.  Baiiway fsii:'.?;- Cj:i:?a.t8d.  ^'..nii'ii-.ed ii-'-m I'-'g1' *'i:'!'-i  ! Hit'ci*.cocks.    They paid W. C, Daly $2.  ' 2."/J for the boy's release.  ' Jim   Bodea   has   been   driving-a  fast  ; black geiding'On thc Brooklyn speedway  j lately.' He went a half in 1:07 or there-  i about the I'liier day.  J;, in  r. jKirled  thai   Oi-.-yiing,  a  roen  ���������      POULTRY PO|NTERS.7777;y  Eyp.rclso is cheaper than medieinev;'^-;;  Close inbreeding teinK lo Inu'ieiitVess/'":-  A dust bath is absolutely necessary:foi  fowls. , AjAAa.  The nesl must bo removed (vc-asiouahy  liiivl kept clean. * A'!Ay.A  , Rran and ,hu;:cr!iiil!-.   make a goodya;  tion i'or layine, hi-wi. A'A'yyAy  In most taxes il will ,l.;o feund^thy  where tlie hens roosl in the limbs of .triy  ,the pnnltry house is overrun with vermtti  While qualify  is nol   iudic-aled 'hy^'th':  nco!.ir of the skin or legs, buyers.prefeydy  yellow,   and   producers   should 'mil j Ovei;  look'this point. " '-'AAAAy  In breeding" the points sh-mldy!iy.������  'adhered to in eider 10 reiaia punt.yo"  breed, bin the foundation upon ^lik-hail  breeds should bo bruit is utility.    777;, -.  Ilciifthy fi.wls, pick"up their fooil quick 7^  ly and nilish it.������ When ih'ey go ;il it iaz-,  .i'ly,-pick up a grain or two and then "slop,;  there   is   usuall.v   something   wrong, ..-7';;  11   I'-;   conur.only   belies ed   aiiin'ig-;'the"  peasanli;y in the Ural mountains that t'01  a wolf to ���������.-ere a man beloie the nuin seei-,..  the  wolf  it-  an   omen   lliat   ho  \y-ill7be7  "struck dumb" and so remain as long as  the wolf iivo.a.      ��������� '".���������.,;...y'.,/  ���������:Foi'*7tbe coii veiiione*y^^iu  '7and7pai7i*diisyt.;a7disl:a)t('e  5';dsstted7a;;sneeja!xw\t>;dogt  yy ?:"777777'7;;Scnd 7F-76jy'Ohe^77y77"::'7;7v7,j  :77f;f7;fei7i.ki-77:i  ytylciomfM ������.1  #.       Kootenay TLodge  s./^T* N0.15A.R&A.M.  \   'M* ���������AyAA^  1   *   The regular meetings  -7f      iii-o held in thb.Mas-  ^C^lA>\'A^-'\      onic Tciiiple.'lJburiio  /^7^ryy^>i���������Hall,  on  tho    thircl  i^^^^-S?^^^mi'iyh "at.  8 ,1'-'��������� 'tu.���������  -20iV%niiiiilli   at   ������  p.   in.  SU-W^-   Veiling   brutliren  IS*��������� cordially woloonicl  TT. J. PRATT  SucnETAliY.  RnVE?.STOK33 'jLODGS, I. O. O. F., Wo. 25.  llcprulnr meeting', arb.li.cld  V. T. FS)\VA ItDH. N.U.       .I.A. STOXK.'Sko  per   I-Olll    a'.'!     li--"  (( 'oii-.v-rval 1 v * !  ,0  11   1:  trotter   and   broth'-r   '*>   ''.-ulyle   farne, j : ���������      -      '''"-7  1   2*1 i I-',   11T.Y iu training at  Ponland, Ur.. I       sELXiaK LOBGS, NO. Ii3, 1'. O. O. F.,  '  md    I'hiipi'"'',   u.';n \A |,,-.iii"iu ",-:-i lhi., s.-a^on. J --^ -b'oK evi'i-y TiieSday  \\,ii ii,   in ui-in ^^sf^���������- >=-���������^    fvr ning in Oddfellows'  ^ W       t') "    .\ I lair   a I.   a   o'clock.  i.,!i.'.  ol"   Fridav. i      Two carload . uf range horses from the  I-ini-M. i-ini'h, in Vi'y.iiiii"-.','were r"<"-.'iit-  M.iv 4th. !'(:i. io en editor;,1!  'objected , ^ ^^.^ J!((f) yj,..^,,;,, ,,  .-   . 1... ���������  ;i;> i'i :I,W- lo I  (!(!���������>��������� IN! C ���������'���������! ' ;i.  tb- ..''I'l'va  lll.li I ll-' '������������������",���������'  |,!..| .- 1 eiri!''- ���������  ll.-l   "ii.    I--'1  \*. 1 *: 1..     -��������� ������������������  C in uli.-in   '���������'  th -ir prodne  >!���������_',   were ,'"v';iL-     /",-        sy,  nd ������'a.-|e!-i)  Ohi ��������� j  y^ff/  /w.v.-i ,,",,!"���������   ol'   lhe i  and s..*d at an .-ivrage i-f'^'i per head.     '  :I.    .vy,,,;,r:ync!ly   lo '       Dr. H- I>- Oill i, .iving wina time i^  v',-ri.:,!< nl   ai"  .i^-'Ttiiifi;  1       ^.    d    . ��������� 1 ��������� r * 1.  _..i_.    r ....    t 11 #.    111 1 .. ��������� 1 ���������        up;      1 .         . .     .. _    . .f--J~.  i    01  ,      . , 111    v. ,1,   ,,"<���������,   v....     . >- .,..,  ., '     .   -.  ,     ,      e   .  If  p. iroou:Y, '**.<;  ���������iay  p.-o-er  An- | ���������  ,1  1  1'  ���������\ 1 no 1    ai.   o   ������ uhj^ii  AVi-it.ing bi'i-Uiren.cov  ^-^di.-'lly   invited- to at-  lend.  W. ^I.VTIH'K.BKC.  "    :A'A.\ ' ' '^^'vvwiffii^ '"��������� A  .^sti-'iff^^y ip������ 'Jj^'vAA ^ ���������' 7'';':������^7->a7 7^Y',"ff.'^''7 7V'-'N">':'v;;7:,7';.7v,':''  77 77i;:;.v;;v.^M'J^r777^  7,:'-'. ���������- 7.7;,,; 77 TncorporaCed' bv'aefbE-Pu! liament7lSo5;'7.: A'-A. ���������.'.:'...,��������� .;..^77'-777:':7 777  :]Mm;0^lGM^  AaA A yVjiv'MdLSpN M'ACtati?KSON,^P.res.y ;;:S:- Hv jSwiNGV.v^ice^Pres^.^,;,/;! -y, 7'  ;~a .\\ "y-y-'A : ���������::..:;. a :  7 ' .(X^tliS I5t7lilOT, GeiuXriil' ALan;i^ei'      7 7*, '-vy "..;7y y:'y::yy'y'  ������������������pl-ID'^EifGA'P'ITA'L      '  "  RESERVE;  A.yA:^2 ,$00,600 Ay.  2;6y6i6o6AA  genoratbaiikiiig tHisinessitTans;icUd>';7]iit(;,rciiit;allow^ -A'-'"'./.  J.7B;'|iJES0I,7laMg|,77  7yESB!iST81i7|.7:07:  ������stablisiicd 7i833.  Incorporated 1895  IlglM, If eS|;#l0ipf I  lilSilJiU  nm  li  . Dawsdn, ::T;yTyAAA ^:7������aiiG0iiYer,:7: By '0.;a a Ay ^a ;;  yA: yA' \A :���������;Ay. y%; A AAA   , IMPORTERS AND^JODBEKS Ot;,   7'' ���������7.77, 'AAy A'y'AyAA Ay Ay  < ���������      . '    _ '        MiuiUMi   '''   (bmihwib,.   v   Will   Ml III II���������III l|J'W    ' -       '   - *������ ' '"' MWTMIMCTKfc. V ������lT������,Wgmil        i .    ,1'   i  .777/7   ,;X.--|^;7;^  \ -^^���������o!^-JLTu-JL������iJ'������������������.:���������,������: v ���������������������������'-JLl!^'JL~'\j'JLlJni'A.      a.-a;,.-  Ir'ni 'Steel ;^i';ii:*s,'i-^u ntsrr Oils,-,; M  Svk!^i"A:.N^'i'xX;i.HP''i>iciAM  ���������Ilai 1 roudsi"0.������>Viirsictors,-"illiuiiibtfruieiii":etc.:-';*;Agoiitsi fpi-- ^.,'_ ^,:_.���������_'���������; -^.:-;.". I-";..,:.>.- r.;.";-;.-:_:|  ������������������"' '-7'7 uiriiitPiovdi'r'(.'(>..'���������"���������'. i'a'irltanks Scales. ,. 7li������iinet,t's. l'*u;jli,*<li l-'use. 'A' 7 JMnjcKti������ :     :,  .:      ���������'���������&''        Steel ;lt!iiiK<>". "'���������,.' Uiiiiton Milling Steel.      .Si'moiier'n (7!o j ��������� | ������<;i*i ;h*.   * 7    7  7.7..'  77 ��������� 7 ;y; y ^ Registered; Trademark ���������..'���������.Sunset.'-' ",A     ���������   47      :*  3g7T-j������ I'UjadJUi���������i r 'noffizra!]  .*& w*-  t ...^     ;^.      COULVL' MT. BEGBIE  !   (Jill ivill Ik.1'1 the reins ov-rJaek. .   l/^iP-J^lK       J. O. F, Ko. 3*61.'. '". ���������  y l,v   iii"  coin-'       \., r.fiV.i-L is !,ei,i- .nmdy hy fJleveland'! / i riyy] .J/?AV\ \ "    '"..'���������������������������.:  :'.,livil   lln!v:   l,i,-���������m,e!,  io  aiv.w^e  Im'  a   -pe.ial  r.n.'      VfvfcffiHff\   jM"   "I." ������'l-tfo low  ;,,,.-,-    thi;   v.-imiM , ' ,,.. ���������t  ]���������,,...,, s  ,|, ,*,���������   X, ,|,u,.   Cii"-i'eiis  iiii'l     \ (\-yfi ?>���������' ���������&*.-��������� Al imirili .M<niiln:.-i,of caoh  ,���������.    ���������,.    ���������.,���������   ,���������,. 5UAbW1..o1:,k.. ,'...-������������������ luS,pt,n,b.|..    ��������� ^U������W   ������������'"���������"..  '     ^      '    ,       ,          :      'A K. (!. P;i!m-. il- fbiiaso j.,ad r.<l- "-^w**'  "'   ������������������"I"y    l,,us. f.,..   J,.n   |uir*-!.a-"d   from   <l,   \\   Km..r,-. ,���������,,,.,                     c. \\ . \U\V.'Ml,U  j Clevehiiid,   the   i-'i>'"n   l'a<-r  'iVx.ma   f"1" , '* '" '|:.'jj.' ' '                              if.-.'  i road i)Ur|,o'-es.    'J'e.vaii.i i-. a hay fjeldui^ ������������������ y_^_  i :{'.,'. i\   nioiioy   i-** I 5 years Did hy Patron.    I mrlng iii" rfctnt ;      ���������  "" ~  I-, ii    i:i\ i"il   to. iittelid.  I l|Vl  .   ,    ,   ,..,.,..���������],  ,.f  itadiim     ������-������^ ������t Cleyelaiel lie' finish.il a dose sec-    TJ^JTj       TABLl  i >���������,  ,���������.,,.,!.. ,-,ir- ,!,-j-i.(lmt uprni lliein. ii  Lliis tlnl v be icmiov.'.I ilieSl.-iii'lard   Oil  (7 nnvi.'ir,!  mil   l-u.v   o'������'   l>''������i''-I^  Canadian crude <ul. It v;w import  cnll-,. ���������:l to r.-liiif in iU ^inndMn  n-Jin.'iv, nrit ranbii..^' i.i I'elined oil  finmi' i.-nii.-l.- ��������������������������������� e-l a !-!i d,n."nt ,.  Tims ti.e i I"':1-'' "' . Il"' P''",,'f'1 ivf'  duly will, bit fJaim.-Ua ns and .notbotber  tbe\������ctupiH   al-  Hll'.;   The   threat-to  S. S. "Lardeau."  2:12 and 2:\���������',.  At   lhe  flood wood   (fOiiKlnnd)   in"i''i,i^ '  lhi. other day Ihe (;���������o*hvo.,d Ph.P- h ���������.d   I     ,.���������,������������������,. -: ���������.,.. .y.,,;,, Yy'",'������'���������' .'"J JKK*.  i,.,-i,, of SO') h-iveieicriis w.i-i won  hy  bor-i     ''',!''!" ,.,',',',',,. jl, ;,':���������*���������-���������,��������� '  H.-ienfonl's .nn'.v   If,  ridden  hy J.   I!<-'_ff. I   "���������'"   ;_    4' ;;,v u< |i(|" ,t/l. ',IlMi, ,������������������, ,u,idiiiK  J, [U'ilT al'-o hud the inoimt on Air. Hint- , flI1Vj r-,,..,,..';.!:: ��������������������������� '---  !llC'l   '     |,.,if-     |'l.���������!,l-l.ll I..II.,   I.".'0.   I  ''"IMiU'liK  ("''I"  F.-ndon Slakes, for 2-year-olds, at three-    /i: ]���������,., |��������� ,.,i ,,*   i.i. il.nl,.,'-a en.K willyi!  c, )>. I:  o.ila   .iri'l I*' ai .  Tiii '.".n'-i-   o ���������'V !l''   ii'!*'lo n.'ii)^":. Ii/ii''i-  of ������iiiliu:<- nn',"i.' ii'.Ih ��������� . -,  THE   VERDIC r. Till', Ki.-KD I'fd'.I.Vr-HN*  I I .\lUi:i! <.p"I/T.������.  '���������V. ffOIUKHON',     '  Kitilinc'r) (.���������haracltit'iznlion of.tlio China* .M'tni'iaiiiyDirector,  ney's l-'aisninlor, whifli ran seeond in i  ��������� li  quarlerrf of a mile.  ���������������<n  ������������������''���������yiy  i-Ay,y:A.A:,A '-,'*'.','���������,.'-'������     "        'i -    '  ���������������������������".     ' ������������������ ?yjyyyv.,).,,: y^yfAA .-    .  .���������  ���������  .',|.77'-,,������;tf/'_fyy^'y''r;;7'--y,.  7    7L: ���������'  ' '''���������������������������        "'���������- *  ri      7 ���������f\'-'.'r'/t       r '."v*t*\ v**'j t 'i*'i' fx Vi {" .*'if  $;?;;& : h'by0j   byiAklx-MlMA  ���������A, . ll   J.,���������������������������)'  ,   P'l:' i':i:i'l  7)7 !,:');;:  .''.Y ;v; - <i. I!;" ' i ':-* iiii'i'V-lliy-.i-'.,  i;>!'.'.i i.'.,.-��������� II.-: I',,!i:li;i-;;:i |,,  (I-,.   !"'i,,\'i'ii- '���������''(.Piilii:'': '.:!i:l, '"��������� '  -.i,''.S,',!i;i\viii;.''ia;i-i'i;ili''r.l^li.,  ,:'7:i,":'ci. (;;(: ,, *.i S*j.:*.-i.-'��������� '. |'7,:Oll. IIWAI A\\������A.   ' y  V:,       ',,  ���������')     A!. ������������������A'.-Vi'Vltil.,, ���������.'���������"  :���������.'     ������������������    '���������,'   ���������, '.'{.'.'iii-.-.1 7,:..i'n'MyO!:'.l:ii^sii;a,;!'.  '-, i , ���������'.,-.;.,.!.'";. I'.���������{'., '''"���������' .     '  . '  ���������; xov.:'-",:-ii, i".:),..   ;" ,;    ������������������ ,������������������'.;. ������������������":;���������  ���������  ��������� ;    ���������" ". ���������;'���������  .a yAyy-y'-Ay^'-) ~j . ���������.���������  ���������'"*���������''���������.-. A%;AAAA\A::'^H.rA   ..:���������:.  iik'vji!>s:j*"b'L-:'!���������:������������������ imtjjno ok wy.iT KOOTK-  XAY   iV!:yi7HK'V..: :'     '   7-,      , .  y    ct^AToi' nvxu-ins ,v:v!i appkai.  ���������A .uddo:-liie " As-<'.-.o ctil A-!, >��������� id he ,i':A  n'l'tli'f. ro'.iri . |P,:i'v:i:. lUAi-Wokv. eii .Moil.'a.V.  i |rfi'iv.'t!������di.v.<,i���������J-ii-M-iiiJicr.'liilii'.al.iO^in.iii, ��������� ���������'  '  tinted ai'i*<-Vv'*:-ln!,<:,   I-:.  C,  ^ovciidjcr 2l������l.  lino. ���������������������������'������������������.'���������,      , '  - -,'.".'���������  wm.'.i".'1.>icki*;y,.   .  JudKC- Of the {.'uuiiof J tcvirion and .A -muni.  ���������TcfccZci-G'Toi-' 'a LJ^ojies'to Cut Tlmbo;' ,  ���������'.��������� 7or. 'IJbminJoii IiWidnln tho-.Pro-'   '  .-������������������"������������������ I'lhbo of liiitdssi Coluiiitaia.  j !v,.\.i.j-:i ry-KXl)!':!:.-1-; :������>>.Ulrt-,s.-4ciJ:tf> i-h������! iimrc-'r-  "���������**���������). liifoi! *',"iiiid inarl'-.i (.! (in Hit:c.ii\-elu|ie  ",-Teii-.  1- i' uu'''.".iinlii-i' liv'.ili.'i','>:;'," lo lu: ojiened oh Ilu:  ���������.������������������'���������il.i'i'i'.y. iVtl'i'.i'i.-iiil.M,)* .iii;kI��������� .will lie)-received' at  I.Ids ".lici'.'ii lii'.enl,' unlil 'nni.ii-.'oii'J'ucsdiiy, the1  lStlioM.><'i.-eiiihci', ID-'l. for a lieiaa-e to eiiltliie  'Our on.'Jicrth No. .:.'."*:.'.' colniirisiny Seetinns I,  ..;:, i. :'>. IJ. ',,!'. i.hi'Kooll) Imlf'of' Seotiouil, the  ���������'"'.'.th Lnli'Vif. .Sictiv.ai i'.i, .'icil'.tioii's 11 mid It. the -  7,'ei'll' Ji.'.-ist ij'..::i:t,i'i' ni,il.-d#!-;'iil .Sub-divisions 2,::  ���������land ���������l'iif-,..S.!c!ii;ii "Kt-.f-'i'ttiohs' 17. 18, 10, iM-,::(l,.���������'���������  ���������;i,:������,.::"!.-"A. %:nwd ;���������(;,. Tow^rihiivao,���������iiiuific.if-,-.  W'c'St'.'. oi' the ;*>!>!(. Tvlc-.'iiii;-.a, in  I lie ;iibo,ve Pro; ���������  Viuee. coii'laiiiliiy au.ari.a, ,6f "J^m. s(]uiironiiilcs,  :ooi*(.''f;r lc.->!. '. ::A''\      ".y ���������''      ' ,-.  'i'li'j rc}.'ii'ai.ioi.is uiid'.'.r '.vinolVa license ,wi'.i lo .  issiiedmay i>: nutiiini.-d ut .ihin i)e|iai'linoni, or  at, tlie of Hue of (ho Cru'.vii Timber Agent at New  Wrslnnn.fler. ' ���������'���������'���������.���������.' y  .Kiieh, teniler  'innst bo  iieorinpiuiicil   hy  an  lUTOiil't'd ('heiiuo on a ��������� chartcred 'Hank in favor .  ui' tin: iV'piii.y oi'. the. >,jii;i.slcr of i;hc Interior,  ��������� i'-i.ir (he :*.'::,ii'.iht,ol; llie* bonus wliieif the appli-  can'.. i������ i;ri'ii.'.'.'.:::*'l,l.o ]u*,y for a Ueciise. 7  Xo lend.-r by l.i:legra;di will bc,enterl'ainedy  '.A";'     7 ' ",   piOJiLKY G. KKYES,  .Secor-lary.  Pciiiii'imeht of the Inferior,'  Ottawa,7"-'nd Oi.-l.ober, liJOO.  P  *��������� ,������:������".-.i.3* THE KOOTENAYiMAIL  THE CHANGELING.  V,'* r-t i'-.A\ 1 do v.ill' lliis. niy jrricf  '.! ut "��������� tl '-"��������� ai ii '���������' L.'v.-'i  l:; *��������� i " *; :i * ii.-!; t-ut, i.:i:;ty-L-:  i"      : , .. . '."��������� ; ���������..'".  I" i l\  A.  (.! - j l.i ,m  !��������� .nt Ij..  Ik'.,  IVii.i!  v.ilm .'ill I.iiny tliis changeling thins  Tiiat f.-.'lj Ui-on my '.nee?  Ev-.r 1 fiit and mourn mine own,  'Evil' 1 pr.iy for this,  Tl'.it ;; time may dear when I'll find liiin dear  A;i*i ;: rjd ruiilcui in his '���������:'������.  ���������Tli'tdwda I'iel.cring G'.'iiiLuii in National Maga-  zii.c.  i     o.   ..   .,   ���������   .-t   .--   .-.    .-t   r,   .,   ���������   -i   ...   j:   '.i.   ff.   :>.   ~   ->   ���������,-  .-?   ^   ���������   ..    --,   ->   -,     5   -^   S   --*   ���������>   >jt   i>   =x   ->   -5   -.   :i   .,   5   -���������������   *���������   ������*   i> ,/>.   ������.   s   ������  BEE  BUZZES.  -.'%:;-  ������������������������..������.. 0"0"f"������-������������������������#,  ��������� huuimi.iibblUltlOI.U.llillO.o j  :',.t.-5..:"j..'!.,-...r,,i" ���������; ������< -, .fl..f,.c,iC";..������.-������..o.-������..fi",i--*"5{;  "    ih :.:���������;.'n .ii-.-.ns wp.; tl'.e fairest, of "all  the ;.;.-;.:.; .,:' Liadiior.  I..;.."! 'r.,as said her beauty was  f.-.c'i',*:- l!.:ui diat of many a..fine lady  in I'hih.'.'r loi.i'i. Thitiier sho had just  1kv:i. l.avir.'; - .n'o .-kic/ly to buy inaterial  for a ,;ini;i lo vrcar when Gerald Harper  , would p:.*. rn'ly lead her'to the altar of  &!. ) 'avid',-.  'j'he ie.ir-'oai omniry lass, wilh a coni-  jile."inn not i':.;do he fore llio mirror, un-'  wit!':!i.'ly capf.-rcil a heart lliat had been  proof agp-bi.-l vJiiitid'K iii'iow.-.. llowland  ['���������.:i-j'e-s. whom many a cily girl would  iirivo. be.-n ���������.dad io \ve,l. had aslced her lo  he hi., v. bv. V.'hei* tdio hesitated, the  lieilid chilli (-,; fo.-inne was annoyed.  When, with liucbinmg* candor, she confessed ?he' was to marry auolher, he  vowed his sword would settle tho right  lo her hand. ���������  t Nat a ���������'ii'l'e fearful, Prudenco broke her  engagement wilh Gerald.    ���������  ."Ye vv-ill never see. me again.    I'm go-  , ing to drown myself!!"tho-young farmer  ���������   ilec-Jared.    Put,on relleclion, he did nothing  of   lhi.'  K.rl. ���������   Lie  duu:   his  cornfield  with   ledouhied    vigor   and   resolved   to  marry the  lirst  comely girl  who  would  have him.  Gossips whispered unkind, things about,  Prudence, but it was plain envy was at  the  hoitmn of their talk.    She paid no'  heed to tlieni.  Young Purs-ess gave her littlo time to  change her mind again. lie began at  once to build a hou*-o near St.' Diyid's,  nnd scarce tix months had gone hy ere  all the country, folk v.ere bidden to the  wedding*    ,  -���������'Twas a day long to be remembered.  None who could'go slaid away. , E'en  Gerald was iheio.   ,  '���������It's an ill wind (hat blows no good,"  observed the honest farmer. To him oli-  Qiiette was an unknown art.'  Prudence, upon the arm of her lord and  master, smiled indulgently. Slio could  scarce have been expected to regret her  choice.       *  ICre many months of lhe honeymoon  had sped there came info the quiet valley  news thai die v.-a'cloud had at last burst.  Par though it seemed from the busy  ' world, the young men soon began -to Ini!;  of enlisting. The first lo proclaim himself as anxious lo hear arms against lhe  mother counlry wa*, Gerald .Harper.  '"No maid winds me. ,i may as well  go to the war,*' was h.is decision.   ������  Prudence .wive him godspeed as he sel  oil for Philadelphia to join Proctor's artillery."  Her ha-band looked on smilingly.  "There w'l! he eimugli single men to satisfy Ibilndi bullets." he declared.  Aud as iho days went h,\ he kept say*  im*- so. thouuli il became more and more  evident if lhe colonies were lo win there  could not he loo many men in, the hold;  Iitii 'lis haul for <i, man to leave an apparently never ending honeymoon to face  the common ei;emy---dea!h.'   v  'Twas now more than a year since independence had been proclaimed, and (he  wind was ye! a r.:oci������.:,:'y. sounding hopelessly as ii did amid tl'.e din of battle.  A Ut. Pin-rid'*- had heen clos"<! 'as 'a place  of wor.-hip. William Cunie, (lie rector,  having deemed it his duty lo read tlie  IOuglish liturgy, had been driven out as a  Tory. The church was a barracks I'or ���������  a company of Contiuenial soldiers. A  communion sel given by Queen Anne am!  the lead of lhe windows had been molded  inlo br.lli--l.-v. S'ieh was Ihe loyally of  these, simdy WcM*. setllers (o ilieir  Adopted country.  And  still   Rowland   Burgess  remained  by his wirV's M.ie. . -  0-:e   d-.y   Pn-'.'ei:"   icceived' a   let (a;-  " 'Ti.- fiom Pn, !:��������� i-.n-y." iho said.    "He,  is  yUl), yy.:.i,i\,i'..\Y.\\ m.-..  urar.. Chn,dd'.-������  ':F6.rd'." and btrivcdiiiiiy j.,,.���������,, |0-preach.vy  .,.VXeyy'Smnj.iy ;: Miiorniug' ��������� "Mad 7   Air  thoiiy's" c'iapiain'. ai-rii-eil..7'I'I,e wibr cov  iho queen i,ee ui :-'--,;---s ���������--, ��������� '������������������ ofiy-:. \.:?  v:or'-','i 'lee i:i '.::��������� diy- ,;y ;'>��������� d.- ���������-,���������:, c-  in L I \\i\y-.  The eonle;.;^ of |!,*.������ i.-.:,. i,:M*. '.;-.,l,.-.  boi'h ami al!. '::riy lead l\ !,.' I;.'.::.-.*,',-:e.i  info hives wilh frames il" de.-ired.  Bees "swarm !),.'cause they become so  numerous and are crowded for room and  because they have a plurality of queens.  All surplus boxes"should be arranged so  that they can he inspected readily aud removed froni the hive as soon as completed.  riV reach the greatest . number of  swarms oblaiuabie, feeding must be kept  up,during (he intervals when honey is not  being gathered. '  There is nothing gained on either o:de  by rohhii.";.' as it is a d.imp.gi' noi en'y io  the , felony iohhrd, bul,.-.!-" lo lh.1 one  l!::ti is roh!,'i;.,r.  In lice Ivoojihig ihe gi'ealo.-l prolii is derived from liie honey p.'odii'v-ed.^aiid whi-n  honey   is   the  sola  object   vi-:y   link'   iu-  'crease is d.'sired.  'J'he strength of the colony delerinine';  the  amount of  brood   lherein  .-ind  on  a  large   portion   of   .brood    d'-pe'jds , the    Jc.,  amount of increase.  "'*���������* "' .     5 ,  i.r  -'(*T"*V *?  <. -, *-  ^'?. '-���������  A' 8 ff  '. if<- ,  j;*','!  V"=,  Y .  aA       Jg :>?..���������'   />      lid   fa      ,,,    r,;;  ��������� y-j?-  ^7'^5s������  'v        ^-<!A  ���������rT������-������~^ ���������"* -  :r*r.rj^zisrji  -'4  rf"  ^  T^T  **^  c-  ***  fr  -i-4  *  ?~^  *$*  li-  rh  ^  !���������'���������  'f*  **t  t  ,  i'l-'-w'  ^.* *  h  ^,������-r-  A.A  THE CYNIC.  People   need   ii   little   common   sons?**-'  more lhan they need a lot of money.    .  The women still v.;ear��������� Mother Hub  bards, but'they are calling (hem kimonos.  You're a coward. You may deny it.  but down iu your heart you know you'r������  one.  Nothing, in tho world looks easier or  more prosperous than another mati'j  business.  1 Your foolish days are not over unlil  you feel sorry for people who are going'  away on" the, cars instead of envying  dheui.  There is occasionally a pleasant side  to economy���������the dumplings, for inslance,  that aro made to make the chicken "go  round." '  Some women's idea is that they are not  doing I heir duly to their families unless  they annually stick a clove in a peach or  two and put them away in brandy.  When a man gets a new watch, he carries it in a chamois bag for at least two  weeks. Then he neglects' the watch as  he neglected the old one and begins dropping it on the floor.  v. f^  J"-.* *'.- , *'  v .-��������� * -.r  I; i.-'V  ������*-���������* ^ -,- .  ������������������������     ft".  ****  "y ;*  !     -  ���������hi  ���������\ '.: 1 'S-M  =   iA:A.  slJlCtCiiJL '..J  L'<Z  w5v. ���������..  IT:  do ....  ^JAIISTj   UA3i$S.Y,AAtt,  ���������~>  yi cf.*:  ���������������   *��������� *���������  "+    ���������  - r\  c       i  f,; ?.  C'* ���������?"*,  :cu:.:.i  A  yi   n er- "<~> 11 -j *  .A*.   .-.i:\.\).:-:\.-L  *5  ff  I'^tr  ���������'��������� tfr  E*W  {;:-n  mm m     h.       h     n  ^7:  i~'y  A'JA'i-\  iik  RAILWAY,TIES.  The  London and  Northwestern   Railway  company issues yearly 50 tons of"  railway tickets.,   *        *",  One' thing favorable' to the electric locomotive is that it can climb hills and  turn curves that the steam locomotive  cannot touch.  .Persia, with a population of nearly  9,000,000, has only one railway line, and  that not more than six miles in-, length  aud belonging (o'a Pelgian company.  At Blackpool, England, the municipal  authorities operate the street railways,  carrying passengers at o l-.'> cents per  fare. On this basis a sinking fund has  been laid by, interest and taxes paid and  a profit left. '''  At grade crossings in tho western' part  of Toronto safety siguals are used which  combine red lanterns with noisy gongs.  These are operated byelectricity when a  locomotive approaches within a certain  distance of the crossing.  ������������������cjaaa^tiaag^TaBrgiW iggar^.^ rr  ^rixszj-srxe. s  rvrr ^-'=.s-^f^&*T-***sr:  X^k  ^5i^^;*:-,^k  'V/ /.- h ti   \\ ?, -4,  NsS  n\/\  We; are preDareci to do all kinds of  <&:i  'If     ^*.     il  J(T> r^ rB"t,j''i "i^ *'-s* in- nj.1* t~=* "*j"   ,!W^������7'r';.p/rira fi-'aii.Q, ii^'f'''^ t-rziCAC? ���������       'feft  OD yi 13.1 ulll^   jKjO   jl Oc&hOAitfj&j'i.'w |o'^ iL^fc5^*;.        VI  b P si  ^ ��������� il i^s^ ^?:*&  ������#!(���������'wf  ''^ 6.*  *  -^ "-��������� ���������������������  ^���������^T  earrv" a conipie'oe suocm  JLW"  Oi   ij&$j'oi ior  *?#  -t*  CvaJL  #4* i .>.  '<vi C4������& rD O i2>    O1 i  o ... 7  {jV) * ' :; 5 -^ '; ' ft  U E ������S;������  ���������f^7*^-V"3*-������ i.".v  ^11a6  v.-���������?���������'*?������  'f   .9    5*  "^���������1.-9.*^  ^5? ^,  EPIGRAMS  BY BALZAC.  Love is not only a sentiment; it is &>���������  art.  Generous souls are defective in busi  ncssYacully.  The savage has feelings only. Tlift  civilized has fed nigs and ideas.  .Nations, like individuals, derive theii  vigor from noble sentiments only.  A woman's errors come almost always  from her belief in good or her confidence  ,in truth.  'J'he man of superior mind makes spo:*  of those who compliment him and sometimes compliments those of whom be ;.*  really making, sport' ia his heart,  orod'. .with  dust,' his" h'!"t:nrm  was' bi'inti-;  7. atfed.' but-'hV'. Sprang from ,lli^ jaded: horse:  ���������iwilh tlviyigilib' of a',!adi7 "v;7   yy. 7. r .:  - '7H'e.-*\ye!ll deservedy\lie Iit'le'of^'Pifrliiing  rai'soiK" ���������'. Soufewiial.   dieh.w.    inedi'uiii  ..' Leigiit and   weight, die  ���������.viis.'p'iil  togeihei'  Keen gray eyes'  s .face'Wi'.K.dirm.  id  y;  like a soldiei-.    Hi.*  a, ineri-y twinkle^ I  ��������� kind.   ...     ���������'���������.���������., .'������������������. ';., ;���������-'��������� ��������� -,���������.'���������.:. ������������������  Jle .seemed like.a man  who  would i'li-  . .'joy,;' ta-ing lil'war v/iti!' one '.half, of (lie  world,, if i;i' c-iail.i be,nl' iieaee ivilh tiii'  oilit'rhiilf. . ile , was, indeed., lypieii I id  (lie -hygiviK'' d.-i'ys 'wheu   t'i;e rlhii'eh ' .\vjis  'close'to, lhe daily��������� life."'isi'."(lie.���������.pcii'/.iio.  ��������� "Your' '"ani'i;.'. uncle!  HOUSEHOLD HINTS.  dandles' and soap improve by keeping  and last a long time when used.  -  Green cucumber paring? strewn a.  and  ; t3icr.Ivitt-.bon nbtl 'ci'iiJboarcls7>yil| rput nil, irnil ,i  i,o' roachey .,' [i-yy';..���������.;...::'.- :,-. ":y7..., y.:..::';..;  '���������   Never drink watei'7 which has stood '������������������.in  an open vefeel for soniq'othu'o^'-.DraviV'it'  flresh as.reriuircd.^ A"..- "������������������ 77 A-. ' (;y';y  Dishcloths,crocheted out of white tidy  cotton are approved by many housekeep-  'ers. They,are easily;lii.ide and. wear well.  Don't use a "dishnig." 7 Elevate it'.-to" the  dignityof a ���������dishclothytiiul keep'it worthy  of its impi-oved cognonieu. .'.A.        7       ���������   j.  13efore pui ting,, away linen take care J  that it is thoroughly dried and well aired. 1  Nblhing collects daiiinnessriiiife as cjuiclc- ;���������  ly as linen.' .Should linen, show-.,signs' ,of,���������;  tiirniiig yellow,, v.-ring put in lukewarm  soap aiid ".writer, then dry. and, store again...j  Never allow any one to, pry'up the edge  , Xloyftl IVIail Lines.  0?;car������osT- Route to tlio CId Country.   <  AI*I.AN LJXK-From Montrcnl  -      -      -      -      Oct. 20  )O.MIX,IOX I.INK-Krom Montreal  Passenger train for Paudon and way -a a lion.-,  leaves Ivii-iloai Sa.m.; daily, iclurning. leave.-  Siuidoii at l.lu p.jii., arriving at Rusk) H.uj p.m.  rut-M'Jiroiieur.l '\'A''"*:.'!m nnd  ���������   ,.S.,*-,   ' ,N j'\,".i,- '���������' ,\.r,i ,r,'*.v i. i'.-,'f '. r,\ .\iii-.l\l   '.'I.  ..> v; ,;-,,*!.,,  ii!.'���������("���������.a,n'l-dai".!' i'\,';'i.il'������������������H'.;!r.;iity; vi 1 Mi-:;in;.;,7!ea.vc.--'  X(.'l.-*ii!i': i'i'I" ���������'���������!,.'{h1.';i.''iii.'.":i-.'iitoi>',;. -d .:i'ii.!!oin-,' i :iol'  ���������l.'ay.'.AiiiK'iVortli'.'ri-.d all ^7;4:7r'.:!:iK;-?'t>!,!ie:7!7-  ���������.vit.tnv*!.'Tir.".cc N'v'M'liii'i.t'V iin.ii  fi',,,'!. H;7:;k,i!;e. i:l  t'aiii'oi'onria  liKAVKU JdNK-Prom Montreal  J.al:o Mcg.inlic   --   ' ���������  ,ako f-:.:;)oi-i(H-  1 nkr- Ontario  Menftort    ....  J.al:c rJiampluin    -  i-^L'iv**!--ticketed liirougb to all ])arts of  eland, and at specially, low  r.!l';it.i   U! ifiiln of.'the I'iuroiienn continent.  Pi.l.*-- :.-��������� a, i.'^t i.iil'vay or .-ii'iiinshii) agent or  ..IMt/WJZ'AJJ'JW.  Agent, IlcvciStckc.  Xo\  ,-27  .3  IU  al..  1 K-l  Nov  20  10  il.  Oct.  2U  Nov.  11  ti  0  IG  ���������lUfitwi  ...  7  hiJ : i'Ju'. \Ji  "F ASSiaNiEHT.7  .exclaimed , Prn      of the capof a friiiit can in order to open 7 l{fii t ,..  donee,, as i-he greeted hitii.' :";>'.",'.'.' .:, it.  ,It will be next to impossible to make. |y^yj J  :   -,6uiy a .seralcii .fi-om a. i'.-'!i;'!i": l*::l'h'l.!; the cap tit properly next time you want . |   ���������,,:',-:"  a few miles 'dnwif the: road-it; Ciiii  wait, ," to .use, it. ��������� Get'hold of the rubber and ���������'] nisi: 7.7  You See,  I   have" come prepared.''    Aiid'.'i'pull It out.    Rubhers'are ^cheaper, than v.j taiOn-v.    ,  he' drew a dnKrir sheets, of. closely ,\vritteii     cans. '  '  .jjaper fnjin  (icueathhis Criat.    .';.7    . '  "j'-iiit, surely you   will, have 'Some'.hiny  to eat and drink, uncleV',', ,;  I'.Pigh.ting   lirs(,',,.lass-���������am   (lghiing   the  'devil''tndtiy.-"  , Kirstc!������'*'r7'slee;)ers eirall tyin^, 7 ..���������,  ;7-'tTonrist.:%rB7:.  ';"!,:w-i'.i:i:'vi!h"-ioke"n.!.ilyr<ir^t raa'i,  KridOysfor ^Jontrci:!;:ml.iUi^J  >-''ir.iiiiiy.-i and \Vednrj-' lay;-!'cr 7|'��������� roil In'.- .  ,;::;i,n-i'd t'onnyeiii:;.; >jt-rvici.'. i.o;i'iid.!'n*!ii  (:'{iij.'iV <  'A-  ^r t^'-^y Kyy Ay:'CCAi]nT^V  CURIOUS GULLINGS.  .The natives of central Africa,kill twina   !  ��������� as soon ps they fire ,born and force the  ii.Hi ly.  IX i ���������  7!.)A;I!A''.'i'it.VI:*'������'-v  , revelstoke.  ���������'    Kevo'siol;,;"  11. from- !voi'li--.i)riy.  ' 'Kove'stok';     ���������  ;-v|"iH,i  ii'ii'i iila  I'iY'i*  ���������! ,i.;-i"...���������.  ",*; M"  ���������;T't;r'f-.-''.'-''>Vv".".'ii: i''ilvJu',c..a-  A 'dAyyiA 'A-y-:'h-'T'\  U'(;-,.-iM-:  .1:1  'Tin*, ���������h'.ifi  in i:v.'>P.<!'it."' of ..l!iu Kootenay Ltniibcr Cyin-  '   I'.aji'y.-.Lii'iiit.Ld-.LliUnlity. yy~-yy "7- 7".   ,7;.  iu-10,f'ae " f reditor's Tru^t Deeds A������-l  ��������� siding���������' Acts";.notice is idvcii lliaf���������the,  j'NY.cti i.;\'. i.iYiiiiu'r Coiniiaiiy.d,iniited KiabiPiy.  [,"'.vl;(.;,..o'|.:'--'ii''!'������.of Ijisiiicr.- are at. the city of Vic  lor.Jii a';i.-'I  ii, i'.'':i'.-i;.!i:v.7H,.'('.. Iia" by deed dalul ���������������������������������������������',  '���������rivfih:,,-- .������',���������!,7 Q'-i'o ������������������,������������������', i_!i:,:;���������a^i-igiiod ail. I heir per-"''  !���������. '.������������������,������������������        __���������;     v,',: 7   :,'. . 1 <i,,,.,,; (",S!;i!,,.. crwliis,. and ���������'���������'."I'rlli.'ei-v 'which inay la;   7  i;'7...   7. . '.-.   .       I ���������-, :r/ ',]���������; .;,|.| ;,,,������,1  uii,t..'i'I'vi'i'iif ion. .-'.ii'ii ali fiieii*  I ���������,-. iiti',iuiie:-:f ;���������',���������'. ii al.. i.i'iliriji:;] landings ill hol.li J'i',;:,| ���������c.st.ii.lo l.o.loh|! !-'i ���������-���������tt.-iic ��������� I IvMi'-vcll of! h<\. ,  ' d'li-i.-i.'U'ilis. ai.ii ,-';.!''i:,i'l,i;i-.i'i<)ii:(s' V.'h'i'll ' s',",:lia!i<;d, t-j i \- ,:i'. Yancoli vei-. i'.. '" : a.'i'cotiiitii'nl. ill lt;-i;,-;l, .,-,-  f '('iei;*, i.-'i-o.'/i i'.'. all j.'iiiiils.'iii ('iiiiai'lii and I ho '��������� ...ni.-'i he ���������iceneriil hcneli.l (ifi leii- 1-1 i,������l itors, -.vhi. h ���������"���������,',  ! ''���������'    '"���������-���������.-��������������������������������������������� '   ���������' 7   ' , '|. d<'id'wa~ i.'xe'euii'd hv-tlie -'.litl   .!vi'iiitO!i;ly,',l,i'iiii-'.  in..I '���������������������������;',i'i.il-  iiiforiiiiilii'ii,'. i ii-i* 'C'i in'i .*:i!.v7 i.ii'iiicil *.? :i<*:; *; 1 y. on Uie :idrd7  .   I ,!av (;,"(;., li'r.liW); and .!<,>i;n 7l-*'-i:derie HvlJi-."  !:;,-77;:::'i" li. '���������'!'.'.!".:     ,.,| v. ..divi' I/;'- :ii* day of October.-il'va.   7  ,; ...      '        1 ':������������������ ia-|,i'< c'- i'u:Koaleeay 1 t::nii,''-.('iaii],hiir,  '���������''���������   ' !7'i"''f'! ��������� l.'a'-'lity'a-ii   !'*'..Vji'dr'i'd''!.i'; (He   their  .'  j ..-'iiijV'i--���������--.���������ii-i'i t-:'.!!',!���������!.nli-.;;."'ti,-ii"-'Cil   i,iio:-::v'-'!hy '  !7| i.It.;''.-v<;i.. ,M':-,i;iiu-.ih.- ."Wiiriues held by i>;(. vy.-y.)  "���������" . 1 (���������.'������������������ 1 A't'.i; ',���������'!���������.������������������ '"ay < f iri'.'i'l ;i".r ;>" i',r--'il;ii.- ������'.'.-h  cbv*,-fi.-'i-'l ?.ir 'I'Vday-'llii* 2:1.-".day <<��������� "'  Mi-.  (]*���������  ���������T:M  i * ;���������..-.!.-  :l*:i;  t'l. *.*, ia  They  woti(:,(o lhe little church,'.which,    mother' eitSc3 to kill  herself or becoine  7 ((j ,\yjm ������������������i:(,^.;s,y-.,.  or!'a(;'s..tick'ds.,an''! !*ui! iiif,ir:.Val;iara;My*.i  'i'i-:-.---'-..tt.mear. and Fka'gwii.v  7vv. viei-.'-'iii ��������� ������������������"������������������"'���������, .,-.���������  Ai:.'>?c.e'y������';, ������ p. r.?..   . ,; - '  was ��������� already/ filled ���������i'or   the   nuist.'-.pari mi outca'si*   ���������'��������� : ,.    ��������� ���������      .  Willi   women   and   old   men. > Here   and      '  ^ curicii*" jhing, about the calendar: is  there   was   a'.voniig   ninii   in   civili.-ui't-     the : fact thnt no century can  begin  on  "/'loihos.    A   seoie of soldiers loKcr-.d  iy   ^Vodnesday,   Friday/or Sa'turday.    The  '--'. -:':-: -"���������"-.-���������---'-.-. r- -��������� I gnme calendar, too, can be used evci-y U9  (S:\.i he (Jon l.i lined.)      ,.'       a I. SHni.,, ,.'*������������������������������������  tl'..'  1,1 ������������������!'.  lid   '  H.'.2'-.'Vi ,.  -.-!������>  :;-l'n  ��������� U ���������  '.Ib'l'iwcil.'.'Ke. .V;;'i J;u:->-  'E.-.J. COYLE, ������������������  A.G. P. A., 7  . ..7V(tncowvor, B C,  V/.K. ANDERSON.'  ���������''*.   t. P.7A.,  A.      Nelson, B. C,  '���������invw .St'rfi.'l'j'Vii'.'i-'.'.iv'.r. l-.-'C.  Ai'!.''*- (.*���������- <ii!;e ef i:,e rfii'! ivi.'.-f'ih'i: the ������.--"11'^f���������"-<-���������"  '.vili r-ri':;-'*.'.-!. t-./ <!;>1: thai'.: the a->-J- '<-'���������( tin ti-;.7!.(  e-'tidi;' ar.ii'-mr i'i a-, '.rrt^iilo,-:- .(-ttilliiid tlioi'-'lo.  havim-r i'---ai;d oniy '., (!,,.��������� r'aieisof u-tj^-.h i,<-..  '('.le'iv lia,v ii.-'lii-fv, ;iail !<!:.'. 1: ;ij.!, Ixjiai,!** ;vU'\' i";,n"  !-iij*;i* d".le; .'".-,. ���������.h-i:.!'!'.,.,:' !."!���������; i-.)". 11: j-. .s'i';l I ��������� nvt'  ytal." or a-iv- p.1'1 J, ll'.i.'ri.**.'' .*������������������> di>--ii-i!>;'l;-.' ;:.;it'iv,'  ,. -AtAn.^h- ('olm.ihia ports' i ;T������1,'<w  "J,A'U?r] !A^",^a':'������ ]!'a li'v!:''t- -^  1 1 ,u-.i uii'Mii .lh.-) r..'sl !���������-.-,i'i **iti,liierei-.;.  i;;i .'ll!',,'.-.-- IOV .'.","  \y...M: Vi*'!',;-1.-! 'te.; Vaia'.-.-u ver. wia-kly, ���������  '���������ti'K, ei'-'.,'oli A.iA.U.,".l'!va; ro ���������   .   ,  ������������������  7,   ..(..,_ s, liAXTt'K.  ',."��������������������������� .  General !?a;-?enger AgenL'  ���������''..' Victoria, B, C.  Dated liitl.'-.ihyof Oi'ii'.Ia.-fJ.A. I).,���������10(l-). ,  HUWAllD J. T<UXOA>:.  a.'"'!'"Ha-dings Street. Vimeouvor,  .Solicitor for the Trustee.'  ,'i\  n  'Sl  |~~v-2r-^������''~r-'-'.''"rt--"^  KHSMi|HftaiH!iiH������gwaagtgag^jiimLtui.iL,i,lii 'i'i I'lun, i mi miiim^,ijmLULiL^MmBKMHw,Mniiii  '  ' "* THE KOOTEKAYEMAII/
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iric time lor Xmas presents has arrived
and ONCE AGAIN the
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lutvt; the largest and best selected stock
'   of presents in Revelstoke.
Thcv have a'magnificent supply of
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^.'rrssr.HnftyTirffii'rerc*^^^^
For 1901.
Gall and see them when passing. ���
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-LQDAL AND FSBS6SAL BHIEFS
!I. CPai'son   \va;s  in- the city  this
wi-eii.
John Amler.-'mi. of .Albert Canyon, is
in Lhu ci,',}-.
The (A P. P. shops ai-u 'now running
bill pit*,'hi liom:- a day.
.Senator Donald Mel lines,  ol'  ilaniil-
ton, On!., died l.-isl./-���*,!tnrday.    '
John f-jkn^f'roni. of Alhi>
paid Ih.c   cily   a   dying  vHl  JMoml-iy
ovi'i'iin.'.
, P.otli Smith and Foley declared that
to the liibernls the palm was duo for
whatever good had been put un the
statues in'tho interests of the worlcin<'-
:���!. .). Cnirien, ed" the Acme .Soda
Y/oi-k:-, wen! li'o'.vn !o Vol nnn Tuesday
eveniii!-'.
i��'. C. i-ji'tin! i. a I id Win. Sehiiiiu-ic, ,of
'Pront, Lake aie spending a few (lays in
'tlie citv. ,     '
Tovf and i-.\'cy goods an enormous
snpp'ly. I :���!*-��� year'at tin' Canada Drug i<-
Cook Tvo's. ,     ' ��
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ni'-vla
bio';,. !'T. .-i.:l!i\r. of "thii^Norl.h-
\vcs'l, Monnlid 1'iyitv, paid lhe, city a
YUil, Tue-nlay i'\vning.
"M,-. nnd V.v*. 'Cb-i.--. t'arlson, of
Albert ('a n von. ' ivgHlei ed at, tbe
Ceni.ral ilotef Too.-d iv evening.   ,'
have plcasuro in testifying to Lhe
efficiency of the glasses yon .lately
prescribed for me. They are much
better ' than iinylhing' I have ever
worn." * ' o
'Mesdame.-- Foreland of Arrowhead,
and Well.s (Jreen, II. Butler, Jas. Butler nf, Coinaplix, arrived from tho
soulh, Salauday and went", east Sunday morning.
man.
Prof. W.   J.   Harvey,   F. 0. M. 0. I..
has decided to extend his visit and
may be consulted about all errors of
ret'iiielion, defects, of vision and the
fi. ting of speclacl'js during; the afternoon IVoin 2 to .") ai. .1. C'uy JJarbei's
iintil'Satiiiday, December J5th.        o
' Who is'the Conservative, leader and
what i.s their policy ?' The party.is
hopelessly divided, and their'speeches
consist mainly of attacks on the government and appeals  to   racial feeling.
1-1 A.   IJiu'd-y   .'.rriwil   l'!'0111   Pitts-j
, burg   Friday,   and   i-*    regL-loird yit j
at the Vie!or;.",. l ;
if your friend is a reader you'can got
jnaf what, you want in' the book line
I'm Christinas presents at, the Canada
Drug i*c Jiook Co.'s. They have
hundreds (if beautiful new books just
opened, and a huge supply,, of poetical
woiks at surprisingly low prices.       o
meeting was well attended, and the
prospects of ,-i sl.iong club with a large
membership are exceedingly blight.
The following oijicers were elected1:
President���ll:- A. Brown.
-   Vice-Presidi'iil--G. S. MeC.irler.   ,
Sec'y-TtoaMiror���A. 11. B. liearn.
ilan'ageinent Couiuiitlee���A. J. Mc-
Donoli, K. D. J. C. Johnson, D. M.
Ptae, A. Mcliac, A. M. Pinkham.
Tbe inembership fee, was placed at
SvS for Lhe reason. ?,IeinbeiS not having
""* f 4
sLonr-s of their own will be cb.-uged tpl
extra for' the use, of Lhe company's stones. Cum ini I Lees were appointed lo canvass for members, draft
constitution and make arrangements
wilh the management of the rink for
use of ice, etc.
(
Tlie Moiiiiiipal ���Cooneil.
Cily council met Friday evening with
Mayor Smith in the chair and Aid.
Kilpatrick, Cordon, Abrahamson' ancl
Newman present.
City clerk a*"ked ten days extension
of time in which'to return the assessment rolii t, , ���
A coinmunicafion,was received from
Revelstoke City Band asking the
council to make a monthly appropriation sutlicient to offset rental and*
light-'of band room. Laid ovei one
week.                           " ,
A telegram was received from, Jas.
A. Smart, deputy minister of inferior,
sayinsr: Patents being issued for Far-
well lots. As',there' will be many
patents, impossible to fix date but will
advise you later on.
'Moved and seconded by,Aid. Kilpatiick and AbrahauiHon 1.1 ia!, a horse
sleigh, roller frames and a -10 fl. ladder
��for fire ball No. 2; and a -10 .ft. laddei
for fire, hall No. 1 be purchased and
(bat'the old Gold Iiill saloon be Jilted
up for the equipment of fire ball No. ].
Cairied.   '   '  ��� ; ' '
, Moved aud seconded Aid. Ni'wman
and Gordon ihaL tlie assessment roll
be returned to the council on Monday,
December'ird,   and   I bat  tbe asirc.'^or
' be given the necessary extension 'of
time.for this purpose. Carried. ? ,0
Moved and seconded by Aid. Kilpatrick and Newman that the chief of
police be instructed to advise the night
policeman to order out the sidewalk
plow at 5 o'clock in tho morning when
there is 5 inches or oyer of fiesh snow.
Carried.       , ' ��� ���
"THE    LEADING   STORE."
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Gr,
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,CLOTI-MNG-Men's All Wool Tweek Suits. Regular Price $8, $10, $10;
Cut Price, ,-jii, $0, $3.
PANTS���Mon's All Wool, Serge, and Tweed Pants, Regular Prices, $2, $3,
$i ; Cut to $1, $] .30, and $2.
NECK WEAR-Mon's J'Jeaiitifiil Silk Ties, Pegular Prices, 50c, 60c, 75c.,
and $1; (Jut to 2Uc. each.
HATS-Regular l^rices %] .50, $2, $2.50, $3/$.'3.75, $1; Cut to $1, $1.50, $2,
$2.50, $3, $3.25.    , , y -
^Ve are also giving ;i Cash Discount,of 20 per cent, on all out Boots & Shoes.
I'AtLun ASM
, (Late James Gill & Go.)
&~\    tVUSB
Public School Report.
Tlie Vielcri-v   Hockey t tuli. 0
]Un-,    .The   following   i>  the  public school
lanu' ha-. evp;e.**. ci a wi.-h   to come to   report li'ir month of Xoveniber :  ���
ReveNlokt- un a g'*ni'\     , i * y     nivit-'io.v j.
 ~        , ���   ��� ("i-i--   V.���Be-.-vic     Lawson, '    Flora
"\r>-,    ,Io!-:i   i,iv.-'.n   riv.'i-v.\l   word '
*���*", .'  -      ,     ,,       .-"������...    ;.-   ,.  ;,.    Palmer, brank (u'erin.
Mondav 01   .iicde.ilh   id  Her sw-*r  u= ,,,,,,-
,,    i Cias-    l\ ..    Sen..-Pearl    Robinson,
Ros--.iai;il.
 .-       ��� li'lda lInbii-v.Maud  Ilyatl.
'J'h" in ;, '���,-������.: '.-   ''���������.'<   <h ���  U'gB-mii       ('-a-y'V., Jv.���:fo-.   Morgan-   Grace
u,*.iAg."*i ior.d ���   .   .''..  1 'heir X"ve:<!'-i"r   y,.[-..��, j-'ir-il .I'l'ipilMrt.
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Brea,d   Delivered   Daily.
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         ,     ' C 'i i- IJI.. S"n,���Nellie Daniels. Percy
L'?\'���..'.;   [:���������"'. q,;ni,e. Wumic McCrtu-y. .
.'ri u.   the   -iriili r���i-.- II!., Jr.���Arflmr Jiennel, Ger-
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oiv, i-iip.-v l \". ,
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* ���!   \icu--   .-u,d   ,,,,, ij |,|.J- (jj.-i' i.b"rg. ;
.0   iii*-  C.uad.1       <*{,i.'iil,    i\.-;l iil'"*-ii j'viidi-r.-oii, I'-'miiia '
'*' Mol'g.il',  i !'���! '-  1 JiTiliel I. '        ,
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��� Just as the Son Wont, Down.
(Slowly and with uxprossion.)
Hughie and CliJlord awoke one day,
Just at 'the break of dawn ;
At'eventit'e one of the two fell' gay,
And one of the two was gone.
One,thought, of-Tupper at home alone,
Who'd hoped for the victor's crown,
Many a dollar was lost that day,-
Just as the Son went down. ���
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Ono after one a.s they s-mk to rest,
Foster aud Tupper it Co.,
Those who had lived in  the   "traitors'
nest ���'*  '
l'oiind that their cake was dough'.
Out in the west on the, prairie wide,
2\:pt far from Brandon town,
Many the head that was sore next day;
After the Son went down.
���MeliLa Progress.
, J_yi [y a a.>'*. --ij.
Consult Prof. W. J. . Harvey,
F. O. M.' C. I..
^^ _ __      _ (d>oul   Lha'tio lieadadicx, pains in, thc
^^^^l^^^^^^^^^^^^^sO^^^^?"1^/^', cijcs crowd or diveiyed, double
g&=-
L or iiu'l'Lii'i/''/ virion;loan of muscular
poich'.or (ini/ error of refraction iii
iim nji'.s al ./. GUY BARBER'S
until. Saturday .Doc.'Slh." Gonsul-
talioii free.
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Special Lines-of���Dress Suitings Just Arrived.
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R. H. TRUEMAN &��� CO.'S
Photographic Studio
will be ojiun from now until Jan. 1st.     =
���Call Early for Xmas Photos. '
Jewelr^^v,       Ladies "     ���
���,:^%r^��        Watches.
Your Pocket-book
may bo low but nobody eces it, but
il* your clothes arc- shabby that
sol llesiI, nobody wants to know you.
Ladies or Gouts Tailor Made Clothes
repaired iin'd clonncd in good style.
Call or send post card..
Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.
Nslablished 13 years.
Strictly Union Labor Shop.  ���
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j,, ii,,. ���,,.,,; |,1. ' v. ,1 - 1 !������' sulfjci I of an
(.|���,.',..i i mi! I "-'- '���>��� it"---. Cald.-i at tb"
l\ ,-i;vli*i '��� 'ii "I'"!i '' ������-'uinbiy night.
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Here's a Brag Stops
which v.'?, Ofxh-avor lo make
tl.e besot drug r.lorc you can
find anywhere,
Wi; *,V'i!'d   Will '(; I'-Jtl'Ii  that   it
is   v. ortii   )o;ir   v. iii!': * lo come
!V'!"V     lo
! ClI ,l<'UU:i'.
i;.    ,      ���-.    :i.,n,M";,'i-   oi"   the \
i ������,   '   , :���:.1 uii'ifj'-. i{- a., j
v, 110 for in .',',-   ' '  ii"-   !l '1# slll,l', "''l" '!l" j
,   ,    ,1 - <-. ,,    , i, .!',.��� 1 ,   (,','   i-ivion.   ni'iU".-:' ("nriinj^ w,i-v   ln'ld   iif   '*��� H. ,\!.-f ';u li'i; ���*
!','l!i   ,o"|
Curling Club Re oi^anizod.
A   infcllii^   of   I lio'-c   iiilfl-i'Sl ed   in
l;i'-comc   a    i'("'*tilar
V
aiilo works. 'J'hcsc
waUilicij aro not
oiilybi'iiiilil'iilllicy
;iro   |i!'i'l','(.-l,   t.inio-
kticiHM'.sl')').   'I'liv'.v aro iniiik* i'or {joo'l liurvioc.
niid wo soil llii.'inal .*. siniiil prioo.     Wo believe
we liavo tliu'ciio you Wiiiii: ,
J. GUY BARBER.
The'Fw
*efi BobiosoD
w. CROSS, AI. D.
SURGEON TO THE C. P. Jl., CITY HEALTH
0 OFlTlCi'Ul.
Ollice: Taylor Block, Mackenzie Avenue.
6
H
AIIVEY & McUARTEll
Lambor Co. ��� limited.
e-ccaaaisssza
On and a Hit I hi.s dal.u our  prict'S for
cul. firewood will be iir, follows:
$1 per cord at Mill
delivered.
ct
I j,,. i'i.]!,,,-. i ,/    :. !,'ii,i'!,l   In hi , li-M'T lo
office l''i id.iv I'Vcnin^ lor tin: iiurjio^i' 'of
Prof; VV.'J. J{firvi:v.,.J/. U. M. C, I..:    "I   org.i.ini/,ii)f{ IVr the,coinhig Hfason.  '.I.'bo
Jeorge r. uurus,
"Tbo bnire'ol,"
Suit,"-",!- in Th'' Mi-1>. A. ll'. Co.
REVELSTOKE STATION. B. C
Prices Cut for Cash.
Fred Robi��son,Managing Director
4      II. IIOIiDICII
ANAI.YTK'.M.-CJIK.MIlJT AND
AHtiAYKJi.
Iloyiil .Srli'ii-il ol* .Minei, London.
Sovi'ii ycur- n'. Morf'i Woil.s, Sw.-in^cii.
> S'evciii'i'i'ti   yo-'-i  C'lnof   ('litini.-,t  to Wigan'
Conl an-l li-'iii'r. 1.. I'"iik.
Lute Clu'jir'-t Mini Av-.'iyer, Hull Klines, "Ltd.
KviM-y ilo-< lijilieii   of as��ay  himI   aiiiilyticiil
worlf ii'ii(leriiikci).
(!l/iiin*i cx.tiiiinc'1 tun! reported njion.
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lj.vitKis'rwns, soMciTons, kto.
Oki-'iuks :   Tifonsox.*'   JIamc   Ili.ocic,   Hicvki,-
.s'i'OKi'., j*. c;.        <
lUonov lo loan.
Ollloei-: Kevelsloke, I!. t\; KorL Steele, J5. C.
Giso. H. McjCaii'I'hii, .1. A. JTauvkv,
Jtevol��loke, 11. (J. .J<'orL Steele, IJ. O.
REVELSTOKE   -
WT GIVE US ATRIAL
F.  BUKER,   Proprietor.
Phone   43.
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