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Array -gf.o'1'  ���������Ktvcv  PUBLISHED  EYEEY THZTTDBSIDJLISr.  abbuusM  I? OI.  7,-No.' 37'  REVELSTOKE.' B. G, DECEMBER 13, 1900.  $2.00 Per Year.  new m rm  !\  it  flbiilfJdl  ���������    Tiiti   result of   I lit-  election in Yale-  Oaribuo   is ii ceilainty now and such  returns us arf still arriving only tend  to swell candidate Galliher's majority.  Tlie now member pf parliament is taking his honnis quietly and accepts Llie  congratulations   showered     upon   his  h.-'i.-l wiiii iiitHii.'siy.   On lu-klay morning iii!'.  (-'aHihnr went back Lo his law  hooks and will continue to Lake ahand  . in the   exiensive .legal   btisiiiess transacted  by  Galiiher & Wilson until the  calling of parliament entails his leaving  i'or Otl.twv:!.   The official declaration as  lotln' oulcome of the  voting in  lhe  eons-titueney ' \y i 11   be   made   by Lh������ returning otlicei on December 26l.n, after  which the successful candidate's name  ,   i-rg.'ixe'lled.   Mo then becomes formally  emit led If)  add ���������"M,P."   Lo his signa-  lifro, all hough Ibis courtesy is usually  extended by others when the election  .returns' 'aie first established.  "   fn   regard' lo  the. election "Mr. Galli-  !irr s.iy < :     " f expected from the stait  U. win llie contest  and my belief never  ���������   w.v.-.'i-eil. although   nt   times the horizon A.;: !:.'���������,ed'  and   the  pro-pect was  none ;oo !i;iy.ht.     Toward 'the close of  '   l he I'iiiiii'.aign  [ was  1 hiu'i'i.,  tm election !"'i  vole , tiie   "  basis  of  ', servatiyen 3000 and the Labor party  2,100. We apparently figured on 500  votes which were 'not brought to the  pulls, while Lhe. Conservative voters  ���������also failed to turn out iii,full strength.  Our.eAiinafi;. 'as Lo Llio Labor party's  st-renglh was within 1.00 of- their actual  vole, which isquite'as near'as could be  expected in a constituency of this size  .and arc-a.". -  Speaking of the Oriental and lead  smelting maUers, both of which were  made iss-ues. in lhe campaign, Mr. Galliher said : " T purpose making a special and exhaustive studyof the lead  question with a view to ascei'Laining  tbe inipiiitance of stimulating the  .home l'cdiiciion of Lead' ores and the  hesl methods of achieving this result.  Upon the report of the commission  now inquiring into the Mongolian problem will depend lhe net ion taken by  parliament. If Lhe rt-poi-L is slrongly  worded and hacked by undisputable  stnlis-lic--, lot:   hands'   of   the members  hings lot.ked,better and  yli  lily cotifideiiL.of victory  in .figuring on   the  Lutein Is   estimated' on   Lhe  KoLa) votes, allowing Lhe Con-  seven passengers, including H. Wynne  Johnson, of the Moore wharf at Skag-  way, and,wife, and   JO.   M.. Connel,   a  lute   arrival    from   Dawson,,  brought  news that, the, I). ' (.!.   8'." Quadra   did  not get the   ballot  boxes  to   all  .the  points in Lhe Burrard district,     When  the   Dominion   si earner   sailed   from  here it was expect nd   that  she   would  not bo able to make the round required  of-  her. '    Capt.    Walbran    evidently  realized this, for, according to'advices  received'by   the  Danube,'  the ' Atlin  ballot boxes  were   transferred   to   the  steamer Dirigo,   of  the A. S. S. Company,^ from 'Seattle  for  Skagway,   at  Alert Bay, at least that was the report  given to an officer of  the  Danube   by  one- of   those   of   the  Quadra  at   the  British Columbia port.    The   Danube  sailed from Skagway on December 5���������  the day prior Lo the election day���������and  there was then-no sign of  the  Dingo  at Skagway with , the   ballot  -boxes.  Even should the steamer  arrive  soon  after the sailing of   the Danube,   the  returning officer could not hope to get  the boxes in over the trail to Atlin ' in  one day, nor even' two  more  with  it.  At Musselt, where the Danube  called  to relieve the  shortage  of  provisions,  the voters had no chance to   vote,   the  government steadier having   made   no  call there'.    Whether she called at.  all  tbe other  points  of   call   along   the  British Columbia coa'st in time   to   allow of the voter's exercising their franchise on tlie giyen day, has }et.  to   bo  learned.    She was seen at lhe Skee-i.-i  when" the   Danube ccame   down,    but  whether bound up or down   could   not-  be learned.���������Victoria Colonist. ,  QUEBEC  ELECTIONS  Liberals Have a Large Majority���������Only  ;- Seven Conservatives Elected.  -The---provis;ciaI elections in Quebec  took place last Friday, and as a result  the Conservatives will have just seven  members, in the house of 71. Their  was but scant interest manifested, hs  the present government had enough of  its supporters returned by acclamation  to' give it a majority. Con tests'took  place in 30 counties, the Conservatives  winning seven seats, Laval, St. Johns,  Juliette, Compton, .Nicolet, Dorchester  and Lotbiniere.  Among the Conservative leaders defeated are Hon. M. F. Hackett in  Stansleadj Hon. C. A. Mantel in Terrebonne, and Hon. A. W At water in  St. Lawrence division, Montreal.'  FAIR WAGES SCHEDULE:  Rates, Enforced on the Construction of  r ��������� the Kamloops Public-Building,, '  who are seeking, Lo bring about a new  oi'de-r of things in  regard to Chinese  and Japanese immigiation will be very  materially .strengthened.     One thing  we will hnve to fight is, Lhe apathy of  castenieis on the question.    The average iii.'in'from an  eastern constituency  has   no  conception p of the. conditions  existing in  tlie  west  in   regard to the  Chinese immigration question and considerable cilii'.'.-ition' wiil be required Lo  win them lo our way of thinking."      ;.  All   member.;,   of  _the   local   militia  corps and  others   in lhe  constituency  will   -be!   glad   Lo   note   Mr. Galliher's'  return.     He   is an  old military man,  .having   fought   through   (be   Soudan  campaign ���������of- JS35   with   the corps of  'u.'iuadiciii   voyngcttrH    and   a f I or ward  held a   iieiilciianL's commission in the  Nel-soir ii.llo company.    Naturally Mr.  Galliher lakes a deep interest in matters  iniliL.'iry, and   il  is safe to predict  that   Lhe   Nelson   company   will   not  stiller  from   lhe neglect of   tin: militia  department.     'J'he same applies to the  Rocky  Mountain Hangers as a whole,  and ;is the  reorganization of the regi-  nient'is on Lhe tapis it will be of special  valiie to have a meiiibernl Otlawa who  wiil see lhat the only iiiilil.-ny emps in  the intoi'iorof the province will receive  the consideration it merits.    The matter of a drill'-hall and the regimental  heath]uai Lers are also to bo dealt with,  Hiid in-adjusting  these points (be local  members  Will  naturally  be consulted.  ���������Nelson Tribune.  Northerners Disfranchised.  ���������SlcaiiH'i-   Danube,    which   re turned  from Slcagway Monday afternoon with  Under Lhe provisions of the " Fair  Wages' Regulations," Lhe following  rates,of pay have been enforced by,the  Dominion government on the construction of the public building now under  way in Kamloops. In this connection  it must be remembered that Lhe contractor for the Kauiloops'public building cannot M't-ceive one dollar in payment' (in his contract until he shall  have filed in' the oflice ot Lhe* minister  of labor a statement showing the  "names, rates of wages, etc., paid 'by  him on the building, and these rates of  wages must be up to'lhe standaid'of  the schedule given below, and eveiy  claim of every ��������� employee must be settled in full before the government will  settle with the contractor.  ' ���������    KAIR   WAGES SCIIKDULK.  Rate of wages.  Trade oi class of labor,   (not less than  following rates)  Per day of 0 hrs.  Contractor's foreman mason      $5,00  i>      ������i      "  .   bricklayer  ,i       ..       ..       carpenter  "    Won London's Heart.   '  London! Dec. 10.���������The  detachment  of the Royal Canadian  regiment consisting of companies A, B and I, which  reachrid   England   about ,a  fortnight  ago on  its return   borne from -South  Africa, left  London  this  morning for  Lives pool. ���������   The   Scots   Guard    band  nccompiiijied  the  men to the railway  station,' where   Lord   Strathcona   and  Mount. Royal,  high  commissioner for  Canada, and  other  prnminont personages b,i(le them'farewell.  (' To what  extent   the' Canadians had  won Lhe hearts of Londoners was evident from the curious mixture of men,  women and girls, who,  hanging upon  the hi ins of the. soldiers, inarched with  them to the station, crying, cheering  and,waving their hands.    '' c ���������  The, Canadians sailed on the S'r S.Lake Chatnplain .Tuesday. From Col.  Otter down they expressed intense  appreciation of Lhe warm .reception  accorded Ihem in London.  which it is expected will   tie organized  Saturday evening.  Members of Court Burrard, I. O. F.,  No. 'HI, Vaucouver, gave a welcome  and ah "At Home" to Bro. C. O:  Thompson who served with the First  Canadian Contingent in South Africa,  on Tuesday oveuing last.  8. o. k. u. 8.  Nomination of officers for the ensir-  ii  ing year takes place to-morrow evening at the regular meeting.  A lodge of the Daughters of England  will be instituted in Revelstoke Saturday evening by W.J.Watson, supreme  grand lodge officer, in"connect.ion with  the S.'O. E.'B. S. It starts out with a  membership of 25. ���������  At the regular meeting of Primrose  Lodge, No. 20, Kamloops,' last week,  the following officers were elected to  serve the next term: O. C. J. McGee;  V. C, J. Bnnbury; Prelate, W. T.  Slavin, M. of \y., W. Knight; K. of R.  & S.������, G. T. Mallery; M. of Ex.. A. F.  .Ladder; AI. of F.t R.AIacKay; M.at A.,  W. Johnston'; I. G., W. Murray; O. G���������  J.-Knight-. '  ���������    L. O. L.,   , A  The arinual meeting of L.^O. L. No,  1058, takes, place on Friday evening.  Dec. 21st, at which officers,for lhe ensuing, year "will he elected and other  important business transacted.'  1     REDUCED RATES     ,  - , f,  To' .Central. .Farmers'. Institute   and  ��������� ������������������ Good Roads Association Meeting.  Sir Wilfrid to Represent Canada.  i ' _,  Ottawa, Dec. 10.---A change has been  made in the plans for the ceremonies  inaugurating Australian Commonwealth which renders it almost certain  that Sir Wilfrid Laurier will goto  Sydney. It is now settled that the  Duke of York, will open the newly-  federated parliament on May 1st. This  wiil permit the Premier to leave Canada early in April, and arrive in Sydney  by the.appointed date. The Dominion  Mouse will be called early, and, as the  programme of the session will be. short,-  prorogation will be reached, or would  be, at least, in sight, when tlie timei  came for him to start for Australia.  Carpenters"  "      helpeis  ���������Joiners  Stair builders  Masons ' ��������� -  Bricklayeis  Plasterer.s  Painters and gleciers  Tinners "    ���������  Steainlittcrs  Gasli Iters  Plumbers  Bel I hangers  Electricians  Blacksmiths  "       helpers  Aletal roofers  Shinglers  Lathers  Scall'oldeis  B1   ' lers' laborers  O.    nary        "  Mortnrnien  Qtiarrynien  Timekcepiii  Driver two horses anil wagon  Driver, team of two houses and  two wagon  Driver, one horse  . 5 00  3 50  3 00  '"2-25  S :;5  :j 2o  5 00  5 00  5 00  3 00  3 00  ������li 50  :��������� 50  3 50  3 25  3 25  3 00  2 25  3 50  3 00  5 O0  3 00  2 50  2 25  2 50  2 50  3 00  o o5  0 00  -i 50  dinner's majority is now over 400  over Foley and about 100 more over  McKaue,  Grip and Password.-  i. o. v.  , Two candidates were up for initiation  in Court Mt. Begbie Monday evening  and several applications were received.  The following officers were then elected  for ihe coming year ;  Court Depoty--J. B. Scotl. .    "  Past Chief Ranger-B. R. Atkins.  , Court Physician--J. F. Carruthers,  M. 1).  Chief Ranger���������J. A. Ringer.  Vice. Chief Ranger���������J. JO. McLchm.  Hecording Sccrekary���������K. J). J. 0.  Johnson.  J^inaucial Secretary���������J. L. Smith.  Treasurer���������J3. F. Gayinan.  Orator-II. Floyd. '  Supt. of Juvenile Courts���������O. W.  Mitchell.'  Organist���������J. F. Can others.  Senior Woodward���������A. JJenmson.  - Jiiuioi       "       ��������� O. F. Paget.  -  Senior Beadle���������Bert Temple.  Junior       "      ���������Geo. Beavo.  Trustees���������R. Gordon and B. R. Campbell.  Finance. Committee���������F. Fretz and  H. Floyd.  Installation of officers will be held at  fiisL regular meeting in January.  A court was instituted in Ashcroft  last Sat unlay evening by W. 10. Gillespie, D.S.C.R., with a .membership of  30. , He i.s this week completing n  charter liaL tor a com L at Salmon Arm  At the instance of the Deputy Minis;  ter, of Agriculture special rates have  heen accorded to delegates attending  the meeting, of the Central Farmers'  Institute and Good Roads Association,  at Victoria, on'the 17th December and  following days, as follows :  By the Esquimalt '& Nanaimo Railway Co., a, single fare for; round trip/  Regular fare to be paid to Victoria,  and a receipt taken,- such receipt to be  certified by the Superintendent of Institutes or Secretary, and on presenta  tion at office in "Victoria a,free return  ticket will be given.  By the Canadian Pacific Railway  Co., viz., of a fare and a third, provided that not less than fifteen come hy  that route. Delegates-Co pav full fare  to Vancouver, taking "a i-tandard certificate receipt from the agent, receipts  to hp vised by the Superintendent of  Institutes or Secretary, and on presentation at office in Vancouver within  two days of close of .convention the  delegates will be returned at one-third  fare.  By the Canadian Pacific Navigation  Co., viz., a single fare for the round  trip, certificates to be obtained from  the Superintendent or Secretin y.  Tho Municipal Council.  The city fathers held their regular  meeting on Friday night with Mayor  Smith in the chair and Aid. Abraham-  son, Gordon, Kilpntriuk, McMahon and  Newman present.  The minutes of previous meeting  were read and adopted.  The citV clerk returned the assess-  menj roll for the year 1901 to th<������ council.       ,  Two telegrams were received relative  to patents of townsite property., One  from James A. Smart, dated Ottawa,  Dec. 1st, read:    "Two patents cover-,  Ing  certain   lots in Revelstoke, dated  2)th ' ult., now   issued, others  will foi- .  low."    The second hearing date Dec.  fltli   and  signed  P. G. Keyes, stated :  "Patent of" 5th' instant   to  Fur well  cover? blocks 50, 52, 51, lots 5 to 10 inclusive in block 55 and all blocks 57 and  68.".  .      ; ,   '  ,. Afoved >and seconded by Aid. Kil-  patrick and Newman that the assess-  ment roll for tne yeaK 1001 be received  frdm-.th'e.assessor.   Carried.  Moved and , seconded- by Ald.Kil-  Patrick ������nd Newman, that,the by-law  committee be instructed to bring in a  by-law to allow, residents who haw  hot paid their pmperty taxes the"right  to vote .at the municipal flections.  Gained.  Moved arid seconded  by Aid. Kilpat-  tiick and .Gordon that'the sum of .$10,  per  month   be  granted   towards  the  maintenance of Revelstoke City Band.  Carried. "        i%   >       .    . ,  The council theii adjourned;  COBBESPONDENCE.  The Sifton Banquet.  Toronto, Dec. 11.���������The banquet to  Hon. Mr. Sifton to-night, at the Horticultural Pavilion, tendered by the.  Liberals of, Ontario, was a brilliant  event. Tho Dominion Cabinet was  well repiesented, including the Pre  mier himself, and Hon. Messrs. Tarto,  Fielding, Fisher, Muloclc, Sutherland,  Fitzpatrick and Paterson. Premier  Ross and all the members of the local  cabinet were present save Messrs  Stratum and Dryden. Sir Richard  Cartwright, Hon. Mr. Blair, Sir Louis  Davies, and other absent ministers,  sent letters expressing regret at their  inability to attend. Tho bulk of the  Liberals present wore, of course, from  Toronto, and th������ gathering was of ��������� a  representative character. The cabinet  ministers in attendance at the banquet  left the same night for Montreal by  special train to make connection, with  the express for Halifax, where a banquet is to be tendered Hon. Fielding.  The MAIL has received n unique  Christmas souvenir in the shape of a  letter rack from Messrs. Weiler Bros.,  wholesale and retail house furnishers,  of Victoria, B,' 0,  - fWcdo not hold ounselvcs responsible for tlio'  opinions exprcKHcd by our correspondents.]'    _  Editor Kootenay Mail:  Dear Sir,���������After due consideration  I condescend to reply to that personal  mischief-making pack of lies appearing  ia the Evening Mail of December  4th'���������  over tho nunio  " Workman."    T   may  say as the most of your  readers  have  common sense they know  that letter '  of December 4th is all falsehood. Now  for the information of all  those that  were not at Maoor Goodeve's meeting, ���������  or rather that public meeting  when T  spoke"in the interest of John McKune,  'I'may say that  the  word I  take exception to  is   where  the   writer  says  lhat I denounced the French race.   In  reply I say I did, not, and all that were  at that meeting will  bear me-out in  what I say.   The writer.of that wilful,  deliberate and evil-disposed letter dar������  not face  me-in  public or .sign   his  proper name to his letter.    If' he   has  net the  intelligence to deal  with   a ,  public question  without rpsort-iug  to  liiy private affairs by saying I  control  half of this town, I", may   say  that   if  that, writer works for his  living  and  pays one hundred cents on the dollar,  as the writer of this letter has  always  done, he  may  some day  control  the ���������  other half of this town,  then   he  may  not envy me; and let us hope  that  by  then he will learn .better than to write  such letters as the one. I refer  to,   for  while uuch writing cannot possibly do  any  good  it  might do   some   harm.  While I   have   good-will   for  all,  any  writer using my. name  iu   future  arid  not having the manly principle to sign  his own   name  such  will  Ihj   treatvd,'  with silent contempt'as   unworthy  of  my notice.    I sign, H. Tapping.  Uevel8tok������, Decemlier 12th, 1900.  ���������        ��������� m   ....  Holiday Rates by the Canadian Pacific.  In connection with the Chi is turns  and New Yeai's holidays the Canadian  Pacific Railway will put into effect the  usual local holiday rate? of single fare  for the round 'rip. Passengers can  purchase tickets , on the following  dates : December 22nd, 23rd, 2lth and  25th, good to return January 3rd, and  'on December 29th, 30th, 31st, aiid Jan.  1st, good to return on January 3rd.  ���������VI  ''. I  j-d  41  "A |  'li  it  il  iyi  al  b|  i'i  e |  ������ j  I  f  O. pJ). IJoar came in from Golden  Sunday evening and returned Tuesday  morning.*  s'r THE XOOTENAYDMAIL.  Zhe liiootena^YlDail;  PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY'. '  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  -- UY--  ���������    'B. L. CAMPBELL.  PuhIjISIieu .vxn Paoeuiaron.  Subscription   Pries,   52.00   Per   Annum  ADVERTISING   RATES   qnot      on   appli  cation.  JOI". PRINTING of every kind at most reason  able rates and shortcut notice.  ACCOUNTS for job printing or advertising  payable on the first of every month.  CORRESPONDENCE on all inulter^of loci I  or iinbliet,inlc-i-tVt 'nvilCil and carefully con-  .���������jiile'iv-.l. All communications to the Edito.  miir-L bd accompanied by tho name of llu  writer, not necessarily fur publication, bin  as an evidence of good faith.  Address ��������� ' ������  ��������������� Tmc Kootenay Mail,-  l'cvelsloke���������B.O.  liieldlSLDiiV  ���������k���������.  I-Kj  FRIDAY, DKCIO.MHIOR 13, ' ICO").  Tliu announcement that the L-ibota'  government intends to increase, the  representation of Ontario,- Quebec and-  the Maritime Province's in the upper  house' will be received with satis  faction by every' Li I.'era I in Canada as  well as by eveiy other ��������� Canadian wrho  nlaces tho gtxrd of lhe countrv above  political loani'ngs ahd-is devoted to the  cause of representative government.  At present the position of .the two  parlies iu the senate stands thus:  Liberals, 2c', Con-icrvativcss'O'l, vacant  seals 2. When these seats are filled,  the position will lie Liberals 30, Con-  ser\aLives 51. ��������� RuL? Llie, disparity is  not so great as it appears for owing tn  the'fact that so many of the Conservative senators are too infirm Lo attend  the session of (he house it is estimated  by those who have full knowledge of  ���������the facts that 35- Lii,e,r,i!s can control  the house. The ureal inn of six naw  seat������,������miichinery for,-which is to be  found in the .British North America  act, will thus do away wilh the nnom '  olous condition of .a flairs which has  existed ���������since ilio0reUirn of the Liberals  to power in 1 SOG. ��������� , .  The govcunient would .be .recreant  io the mist, icposeii in it by Lhe people  if it did not take immediate steps to  right the wrong ��������� which has so long  existed. The senate has represented  nothi-ng but an efiele Torvisin and as  such has been a menace to 'popular  government. 'The des'.rueLion of its  powerful evil will nrirk a reri letter  day in the hi-noiy of C.madi.in political  life.���������Province. <���������  B. C. Good Ktv.ds Association.  A  generil   meeting  of 'the   British  Columbia   Good    Roads     Association  it  will be lipid   in Victoria, o:i December  18th. ,    A!!   members   anli  ail parsons  desirous of, becoming members ui   the  Association    are     invited    to   attend.  ..i  (Continued)  the doorway.    They cheered lustly when  the "Fighting Parson" appeared.   ���������  ���������He donned the black gown, of the banished rector and presently 'mounted the  high pulpit to read the sermon he had  prepared.  His keen eyes wandered around the'  church, settling for an instant upon eacli  high backed pew, apparently seeing intc  the utmost recess of the balcony, where  the bellows boy was preparing for a imp  Again Iio looked around, this tinu,  slowly. lie seemed to be counting the  young men in civilians' dress. Especially did he gaze upon Rowland just  beneath him.  . Ho hurled his sermon upon the floor,!  '���������Thirteen!" lie exclaimed.'  "Why don'l  you   go   wilh   the   American  army, and  fight the British?"  Then lie waited for n reply that came  not. There was no sound save the chirp  ing of a bird in the burial ground.  ��������� "I'm, not afraid to .go. They can'f  hurt me. They can kill me if they like,-  they can make a drumhead of my oli  lido, but they'll play lurniy drum, drum,  iiuuy, drum, drum, till tho British are  icared out of tho country!"     ,  Then, as if realizing if was a Tory  ?own he wore, he threw it off, revealing  lis Continental uniform.  The women and children were, awed,  the . young   men   hung   their   heads   in  e-hame���������even  Rowland���������and  the.old  pa-  .riots joined with the soldiers in cheering  ;he "Fighting Parson."  ��������� ,  Having finished his impromptu sermon,  he brought the service to a hasty close,  then announced his desire,to eat���������"s'ome-r  thing good, and plenty of it," he explained. -���������  "You were preaching'at mo," observed  fie master of tho house rather humbly  as their guest attacked the dinner..  n  "You and 12 others.    Good beef and  corn,' Prudence.   I'll have more."  Rowland was about to make 'his time  worn pica 'about married men,' hilt ho  didn't. "I guess you had better take-mo  with you, provided Prudence and General  Wayne agree," he said., . .'  ��������� Prudence nodded a sorrowful asseut.  "It is your duty," Rowland."  The "Fighting Parson" vouched for  '"Mad Anthony." lie grasped Rowland  by the hand." "I was afraid you were a  bloody Tory, my boy. If I hadn't been  so blamed hungry, I'd have asked first."  Rowland rode away-,with the chaplain  that afternoon, his wife's tearful blessing  upon him.  "It is your duty," she said again.'  In a week came the, news that "Mad  Anthony"1 was advancing westward with  a flying brigade of more than 1,000 men  to' harass the rear guard of the-British.  One clay Rowland, looking more handsome than ever iu n suit of borrowed  regimentals, rode up with his commander  and the chaplain. Behind came tho little  army of hardy, ill clad patriots.  The brave general, who had been a  friend of Prudence's rather, bestowed a  kiss upon her forehead without dismounting.  "My soldier!" exclaimed Prudence tenderly as she once more bade Rowland  'farewell. "I am so proud of you!" ;  < Thus the young husband rode away  with '-Mad Anthony" and the "Fighting  Parson." If courage could bo given to a  coward, 'twould seem they were tlie ones  to give it. Love had made Rowland Burgess a coward.  The three rode on at the head of the  brigade���������rode on into the very .jaws of  death ere they knew it. That' night at  Paoli they were hemmed in on every side.  It seemed as ii- all must die or be captured.  Before a-hundred bullets had sped a  horse dashed down the hill, the rider dig-  " The wanderer beheld ;he bride, ra-a'aul,  beautiful, as in the years that were gone.  It was she fin- whom he had become  a coward. Beside liens was her rejected  lover, Gerald Harper, in the uniform of  a colonel. "Mad Anthony," also in regimentals, was there to give the bride  away. .>  - In vain did the fugitive try to speak.  The word clinked him. He turned away  from the window, sick at heart.  "Fool, to think that I could come back  forgotten to begin life over again!" lie  walked a way. back over the road he had  come, back to Philadelphia. Once more  he became an exile. '  ��������� Those who knew him in these later  years felt be was a man with a history,  whose heart was,dead.   But was it?  *(' .���������>'*"*' $ ij. 'Jt  Another war had been fought wilh the  British when a small package came by  post to the rector of St. David's. Inside  was the inscription, "The dust of a Lrai  tor who died bravely," and this re  quest, "When Prudence Harper' lies in  the churchyard, spread this upon the  grave, and say'naught of R. B., who  wedded her and (hen saw her wedded."  It was near n score of years ere the  reel or could fulfill his trust. Then it  became a mallei of wonder'that the grass  and flowers upon tho grave of Prudence  Harper were so much richer, so much  more beautiful (ban upon that of her husband.���������Philadelphia Press.  Targe  and  vtell  lighted  J_       SAMPLE  ROOMS.   Heated by  "^<S> hot air and electric tells and  light in every room.   Free bus meets al  trains.  REASONABLE  SATES.  Night Grill Room in connection for the  convenience of guc-ts' arriving and dc  parting by night trains. Hourly street  car between hold and .station.  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR REVELSTOKE, B. C  nE O  SKaa&  f  . I"   I  3I(i;i-nncI AnrninlH.   .  No one can afford to indulge a single  brutal instinct unless ho is willing to descend a stop toward hrulalily himself.  He who abuses a helpless animal, or even  silently' suffers its abuse, sacrifices his  manhood to that- extent. It vvill not be  strange if he al������r> oppresses lhe weak nnd  helpless of llie human race whenever be  imagines that his own self interest may  be'furthered thereby. ,  .  - On .the oilier hand, (he chivalrous character who would scorn (o take a mean advantage of1 (he fcelile.or ignorant will a'sc  scorn , to ,take advantage of his power  over animals. ' Every slop In the one dip  rectioh leads upward, every slep in the  other leads downward, and nothing can  avert tho result.  *   V   i'"    nt. *"  fi-,--'   v.-,-   r'--^:V^^^^i^5.:'-r."'-' '���������  - '/.���������.  A\ ;���������; .���������. :   T--A - A~ f *~^������Pfx0������s������^Pfy-  ABBAHMCT ORGS.  PROP'S.  Newly built.       First-class  in  every   respect.      All  TROUT LAKE CITY  4f&  k        Kootenay Lodge  0? "f No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  *   *   The regular meetings  "~\i^y , ��������� arc held in (he Mas-  :^3A,   ������������\      onic Temple. Bourne  rf^ft,>������^=.l!all,  on  tho    third  dJ������������PVWgp=5 Monday   in   each  ^~C3s_Ocg������jni'-<iitli  at,   8  p-   m-  Visiting   brethren  =-- cordially welcomed.  TJ. J. PRATT S;:cj4e'tajiy.  REVELST0K3 LODC-S, X. O. 0. ������\, Wo. 25.  =3^ Regular meetings are held  in Oddfellows'Hall every  Thursday night, at eight  o'clock. Visiting brothers  cordially welcomed.  X. T. EDWARDS. N.G.     ' J. A. STONE, Si;c.  SEiJKISI-: LODGE, NO. 13,'2. O. O. F.  .Moots every Tuesday  tfiA       "77^*-.      evening in Oddfellows'  Ay        ifg;   -3^ |j..,jj    at,    ,s    o'clock.  'Ss?^   \SVisiting brethren cor-  iJdially  invited  to  at-  < fend.  P. IIOOLEV, X. G. W. MATIUE, Pice.  n  i  T3T    o  -,? /" ���������<-%-. ________     _  For (he convenience of our friends  .'iiiel patrons at a'dislance we have  issued a special catalogue of  l/al\\ .'l0^7?7=^========^==^-Zr" issuer! a spec-mi catalog  .������^H=^fe^S4^ Silverware, Cut Glass,  ������P������ 1       r^" Send  For Or  Cutlery, etc.  s^v ��������� au-A     COUST RIT. SEGBiE  Delegates from all i'arnieiV IiislUni.e*. j ?]nf{ h;s bpmH -wto i,iin.   it w-us hc ^-hom  .I'xiards of   Ti'ide unl .\funicip'til Couu- !���������love iu.d made a coward,  .cils are'exjjtrci.e.'i.   o   Political Hibtory of Yals and Cariboo.  This (Ai-idii i>i; Uidc- | h'.> ni.l enn-  siituenfie- of '".uibio and Yale,' In  C.-iriii,!���������; i,t i-Ti .!.'*-, Thotr.|.-rm. ("-hi-.  siirvtiliv'O '���������-,!-.  ". 1--.1 ii'.' .tec!,tin,)lion : |  ''.Mad Anthony" wasted'but one word on  ��������� him���������a 'word that  was expressive.    The-  I "I-'ishting Parson" said more, but no word  quite as strong.    As for tbe men,  they  .said    nothing���������they ' simply   fought   the  harder.  And  so tho bailie  went  on���������the mas  ���������   If^f^fipl   hlccts in the OJ..Uelo.v  l^-.fP/^iil^l | Hal] on llio second and  \i^-<������WA *M'i'z-iJ fourth Mondays of each  \^i''L,B.C':^^W   month.   Visiting breth-  B. R. ATKINS,  C. R.  CM*. MITCHELL  R. S.  NOTICE.  DAVID Mc-Nlt'OLLiind THOMAS TAIT, of  Montrail, and HAItl'V AI'RO'iil' and GEO.  MuL. HltOW'N. of VaiU'Oiivt:r.,in the Province  of Briti.-h Colintiijin, E-.qaires, vvill apply to th.e  Parliament of Oniiiula at its next Session lor an  Act, incorporating n (Jonipany nndnr tlio num.-  of the KOOTENAY AND ARROWHEAD  RAILWAY COMPANY, with power to con-  Ktruct or p.cfi'iii'c and to operate a railway from  v Arrow'.iOiVl, on Arrow Lake.  Complete Furnishers,  ������, ���������        Victoria, B. C.  &w  am-  1%  I incorporated by Jict of PniliauionL 1S55.    ���������  HEAD OFFICE ' -    , -    - MONTREAL  War. Molsox Mvcpiiersox, Pivs.       S. H. Ewjxg, Vice-Pros.  James Elliot, Gimeral Manager  PAID.UP'CAITTAL  ,  . -       '    i   - $2,500,000  RESERVE - c"      "       " "        2,050,000  genoral banking business transactcl.   Interest allowed on deposits at current rales.  I D. M6LS0N, Blanager,  PVEL8T0KE, B..C,  a point at or nonv Ari'ow.tcaa, on Arrow J.nke.  Kootenay Distt-ict, liriti.sh Columbia, tiienco by  the most direct una feasible ion to via Trout  Lake or  Duncan   River to some point, at the      ._   ._._    .. .   . . North end of JCootiiiicy Lake in said disti-ict and  sacre. it is calk"] in historv. Three'hurt-     branch lines, with power to own and operate  dred were IcU dead or wounded upon (ho | \f^y<:t^^  \ field; hall' as many more were taken pris  oners; lhe rest under "Mad Aiithftny" i.fe?t  i nn h'jiior.'il.le retreat.  -y Lbj! in ,,: .: 'ry :  and in 1>7S bv  .Ll   iiy-'-l ���������(���������! ion-, .fami'S j     Of ciiurse,  ili"i'e  wore- other coward.*,  .i'i*.'.'. ej> ci.'ii   by Ton,:)-' hut   acne fo iioticabio as  the one  who  h.nl gailcpi'd d'.wu lhe lull.  ��������� 1:1 lo.:  accbitn.'i1 ii :;. -  Reid,   t'o;1 -'t  joi il v. and iu   !   -:i, Lv ;;i'c!.i:ii,iriou :   iu i      v.      ,    . , ,.,  -     _ , ,',,', !      ^"'   lielnie   li"   was   lion if v   home   omi  1.^/ ������,.���������  wi-  IV-.-1.- i-"..hv !') nn.j.M'ity. i  j.,;W,illl(|   }-,���������,_.���������...  n,,|ize  u-h.-tt   !,<:  had  liy-.'h't tion S'iv.'hbei ::iii!il. ISi-s, wiien    (\ltu,.t uliat ho iiad bran.led lihu-eli'.    11".  ��������� ���������; v,i! i'..-. ',r,-i-   rice-    wa--. a  dc.-'crter,  a   (raiiiir;   lie  wvild   be  j shot or maybe hanged.    To return lo the  ,,���������,,,.,, ,    ., ,.       | brave Iil lie woman whom .he loved, who  In I'-i.'l, ,!���������. .1. .I it ii.'irti, Lon.-ci'vaLive,  i-leetcil by -J. I ni ��������� j .rii \.  In   "\'a!c  i.i   I:7I. I'. H.'.nu-lilon, C'cn-  !���������'. S. P, ini.'ii'.]. ('  led bv 'J'.-' i.'.ii-.i i  serviitu .���������, e!"ii,-il by ,-ir el.tniatioii.  In   ls'/A [���������:.   [i-A.l  I'lcr (i d   bv   :'|   in ij i, il \ :'   in T-.7I, by fif)  nrij.nily:   ,;;pl   tn i il ��������� by ���������ice l.-imal ion.  f!y-el--r-;ion. !���������'. S. j'-tt n,u d, f 'nnser-  vativc, cli-ti.-d by ii J m,t jot ity, and in  ]rt8-2, .Me. JJunaid cl-'.-led, ?A  majority.  In   JH-v-7,    ,\Ir,    Mara,   (,'onsei vaLivi',  elected by ace! unul ion.  '     fn l.'-ill. Job.;) .\. .Mar,.', (Join-i \ali\C,  eli-cl ed bv ,ier-|.nn..! I ,,i.  In i:,;'0, ii.-ivii'l I! i-^lork, Lilicial,  wai clef-It d l'or tin- united divisions by  '.117}   in.iji.iiiy   iu i : .). .i. M.ira, (ioii.ser-  valivi'.    ;  J.).'(vuibe," i) ,i. 1 bi), Vv'. A. (bbiliiher,  Lii'i-l-.il, cb-.'-l. .! '"'.'. McKane, Coii-ei-  valive.-au'l V-^-'\i. L ib ir. -A-'bcroft  Journal.  had   uncoiisciou-ly   made him a  coward,  wf/iil.l be w-irsc ih.'in fully.  fie rode on ami on nnd on, wondering  wliitller    to    go.    (his   hunbd    fugitive,  ,. >,| Iti'nobiirjg Philiiih'lpliisi, lie exchanged his  p-y, . oii-i i ui.ive, I (]isilo|10,.(,(|   imifoi-iii   fur  a   coar-c  sailor  !-, f'.rries. liiiirc-, '���������inciter-', linibir lauds,  r.-li.-.i've.--. ro.eis, d;n-!>.--aw mills, \titicr riglils.  ��������� latin, ,'lniii' --. '-'..ii-'i- ii'iv.er, to gt-n.-i'.tlo an.I  tr.'.tisiiiit ninl deal i;i olid rich y and (icctfie  |,.,wi r. togel l.r-r with such power-, .u lo nniin-  t.i nli.g .'tii'l ii .--..'-'.ia,' rn1 disposae.; of it.- ruil-  ...,.y and -.-..iilc'. niid'-'iKli nlli.-i- povior,'. und  pre. il'-;'."' in .ire usually ghen lo Railway  Coniri.n'riM' ii)i-.)i-)iOi',ile.l by tli'i Parliament ol  ("aiiad.'i .old for otl.M' punK.'-c.s '  ,i. i-:, ���������,i(,?.!i;;.Lr.x,  .-jolit'llor foi' Applicants,  d.i  Established 18S6.  Incorporated 1895  leLeniiaa, Mealy k Compasiy, Limited,-. ���������  Dawson, Y. T.       Vancouver, B, 0.  -     IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF  ���������   _ S^IBip'W.AJBiEI,.   '  Iron,   Steel, ' Glass,   Paints,    Oils,    Metals;   Stoves.   Tinware,   Guns, etc., etc  V10 MAKE A SPECIALTY  OF- SUPPLIES, for Mines, Mills, blacksmiths  Railroads, Contractors, Lumbermen, etc.    Agcnts-for :���������  tJiant Powder Co.      l-'airbank'. Scales.      Bennett's English l<'u-'>\      Majolio  ,    Slecl Ranges.      Canlon .Mining Sleel.      Spooner's C'uppi-rinc.  Registered Trademark  "Sunset."  irn~i -9T7 y.,^"--7^-r?-gTir1.1 na*c?me~?  xcrncib.  The  t't.iiji;,',;..  .'tii'l   K'ooli-n.'i.S    Railway  and  \\i\ l ,vl ea, ('ii'ii ,'.ir.j   wil.  .1; j 1 ���������!.   I'. I be I'.irlia-  ni. i,t'.,;" i'.iii ���������'!.. a' ii- in si, -i"--ion for an Act  i.\'. t.dii -   t I.i-  tii.i-   -,!!.'in  v.i'l'hil in,t> enn-  suit and   shipped   befoie  (he  ma������t   upon  i -������������������..!.?  '��������� >'"��������� !���������������������������>���������..     ''-1 ���������".���������'-���������. al -"' atitiiori/.iiig  ,    , 1    - 1 .1 '   I ','   '   .  Pi'ialP.    in    -.A!'    ".ll    ell' I  l|(   '.I    .1111 find  a vev,cl bound lie knew not where-uor ];All.;ff: ,',���������. ���������'���������! ,,������������������.,', llf  fri.|K|lt i������������������l  cared.          " -,,.,.... n_'e-. . ,1: i.> .-nuic .-..ijii. .-i.-d wiiii any ol  a         t.         ���������.;       _j>_       't         *         + ,is ��������� i>iv,.i'..-. t-ii'i  f.piJo:iiiuii;   Mniilieal .a-,  il-.  ������������������    ,           ,,,",,,, i  .'.'.id ( llie  -.villi pie.vir l'< 1 he Hir- clnrs from  '\ lie  war had  been  ended   three years ___,,,. .,_, ____���������_. ,,. (:u;,u^<-, it by I'.y-lnw, and for  when there came down llie road loading    ot.'rr.i purpo-'-'.  to   St.'.   David's'  n   man   who   seem"d   to       ,,,, ., J, D, TrjW'VLLV, .-Iicrctary,   .  have  gained   sudden   strength   from   his J ,  _.  surroundings. 1 V i" i'i' 1 C   ' "  As ho reached n slately house upon the ' A   > 1  1 Al/, .    >  hill and saw it deserted, as if ic-ft a prey  to tho element.", he looked disheartened,  but went on.  A service- vrnf being held in  lhe Iil lie  'I le- .'".i--.!! ;. >,nd .-do.-hi   P.nli-.f.y ('.iiiipiiiiy  \:U\itii,i\j   lo I'i'    f'Ki.i mi'nl  nf O.mida nl it-  nr ;--1   '-,,   -.on   In,   --ni   .Vi   1-��������� ii iniin.j  lie-I line  church in llie dale���������evidently a wedding,     within  s.'.ikU il   tu\  <   h-H', i  n- f!uilv..iy..  nin!   ���������|,,i.ii(il.ii;.'   M.i:''.  a I   a-'   ' a-pi." c f...-its  Ifis eyes first fell upon'flic minister���������the  "Fighting Parson," clad in his regimentals. '  ".Speak now or forever nfler hold  hii  peace," the chuplaiti was paying.  Ik od nil!,-'- wilh |. a-. :��������� lo I li" Dir. eto.-'from  tiin- lo Iii,a I-. (.'i.iiK" if le- Ly-biw. .Hid fur  other pin l ()'"-.  ,1'iifv,- v. \rmst!;(.:-.(;.  dee 11 .iiyjul.iij'Ti'L'iisurer,  Board of Liconso Commissioners.  NOTICE is, hereby given Hint the Hireling of,  llio Hoard of I in nil Liceii������i! ('oiiiiiiNslon-'  ei-s will Ins held ut llu: Provincial Police Olllco,  UrvoNloke, I i.e., on Saturday, Deceiubcr loth,  I'.);).'!, for Ihe purpose of granting licenses.  I!. A.  1'PPKIl.  t'hic-f License- ('oniniissioner.  Ili-veKloke. M/'..  No\. -.'Illi, Illni.  TI3VlE3     TABLE  S. S. " Lardeau." '���������  I,'11 tilling be! ween ArrOwhend and Tlionison s  Landing eoniriu-iii.-iiig .Iuik,- I'I, l!|i������.', will .-ail as  foliov.v (wealIn )' permit ling):  Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Coiu.'pli.v nl 7k. daily.  Le-ive I'Ik.m-oii's l.iindingaiid Comapliv for  Arrow in'iul i.i 17k. daily, connecting with all  ('. !', II, 1,���������nilit nnd boat--.  Tii" owner- l-c-crvc lhe right lo change times  of "-'aililitr-. without notice.  Till". KJIKD COIilNfiON LUMIlElt CO. LTD.  K. KOBINSON,  ?,Innaging Director.  /TV  ���������������  Tcntlorc for a Liccnso to Cut,Timber  on Dominion Lands in tho Province of British Columbia. ���������   '  Q EA LED TENDER-; ad dressed lo (ho under-  ��������� ? .signed iind mark* tl on (ho (livclt.po " Tender for Timber Ucrlh A"i.i." lo bo ojiened on Hie  1^1 li day ol'December next, will be received 111  tin'.- Dijpiu-iiitcni: until noon on Tuc-dnv, the  IStlioi' Deccnil."!', l:','t:i), I'oi'u license to cut tini-  be-r on Herth No. L'.l.'i. compi Wng Sections 1.  ���������2. '.'>. L ."1, (i. 7. S, ihe .Soulh bail' of Section !>, the ,  .South half of .Section Id, Sections 1! and 14. the  vince. condoning an area, of 221- square miles,  more or les*.  The rugu'iilions under which a license will b?  issued may be obtained at, this Department or  at llio otliceof the Crown Timber AgcntatNew  Wc-t mi aster.  Each lender must be accempanied b.v an  accepted cheque on a chartered Rank in favor  of the Deputy of ilic.Minisler of the Interior,  foriho amount of the bonus which tho applicant i^ prepared lo pay for a license.  No tender by telegraph will be entertained,  J'EH LEV G. REYES.  Scene! a ry.  Depart incut of the Interior,  Ollawit, y.'nd October, 1000.  / THE KOOTENAYDMAIF
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fJ.'.i-ii-. t1. it in .I.e.-an yai'tle'ii-j grow;
fyi. ���,  C:.ri l.-.ipcl tiie- bai-bor bar       '
A ill. . .ie-. cf tl.e twilight slfir;
Lnl.LL's f.f cle'ds'il Hmt IIo.it
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fit... Jj'ii'.up n ,!,i';3���jiiid now,
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ihiuk tiie; iluft, fc-.uvtlie.iit, with mcl
- Clarcirce IViny in Kasl and West.
. rencon's iJisiilusion. I
Kei.t.iJi was not exactly a sontiiucntal-
l.',
(be in   two  iiiontits  he  would  have
li al   fi.i.'e   to   forgei.     Ue   was,   indeed,
r::l!:u- a slow man, w!io took life more as
a'mailer for cah'iihi'ioti than as a series
of   sLiMiing   ati.-l    ua'solvablo   problems.,
libit in oji" I'lnRer his faculty of calcula-
Yi.)it had played him false���he hail fallen,
m love, ami the woman  whom he loved
had mai'iit'd .'mother iiuiri.
Two m".::lhs' caiirddernlion  and  inlro
not make llie mailer clearer
i;
f-p(T'i(.'
to hii'r. lie wi1,': Jili, idle man, and .this
co:'.-:.-::( dwelling on tiie affair began to
ieii I la.ii ips iierves. His instinct foi
iba.-ib c.ijo/m'cnl descried him,-and iie
v.. -., d i!'..iong his old a.s.-;ia-i:tles iii a self
I'.li-L'ieli.m Unit .made 1 lit m nudge each
oil;..-:-. .This aiiii'oyed him, ami one day,
t'hii'.g -oliL-iiy in bis room, he decided to
go ai) nnd ,-i::d escape from if. He ran
!.'...��� i:.- I::; ;::i-:'il a!i ihe places ilnil were
lik'.'l.v ti r'uit his ir.oo 1. and, with a folly
i:ir:i he i-;-co.'jni:^';i, but did not I rouble
ii ."a;-|i:r."s. ' decided upon Hi.. YVinoc,
a e,-.ii-1, gray little place on the' coast
oj" r��'!-T::iy. f! \v::s there a, couple of
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-:ic:. t'.:r:! I.a wis,in love with Kit I.v Dens-,
irmo. ��� f:!:e. by same happy accident, had
i.i'iii-.ud her way \'v,>v.\ Tiouville ,tn St. Wi-
noc. am! hail persuaded her f.-ilhcr to,
make ;t leugliicnct! stay, there. Fen ton
delayed Li.-, going'also, and together they
spent some particularly pletisaiil and
/r.'()-.v!ii:;!y confidential weeks. But it
r:e\-cr g-u'l.-e/tmil tliat.'and perhaps'Kh.ly
vra t a, !;'.::���.' pierced.  "   ��� A    . '
sped ov.t upon (he square, of
i"tel (in Cenlre formed one
: was just beginning to fade,
i eared Itself darkly against
.y. As he skirted its north-
ea!h of salt wind blew across
' insiantiy tka_��phil of his
ici'.-i-i-.-'d to him. The folly of
el; iii-) so definitely thai he
l:i"^!u-.l. .iiml v. if h ihoAdund of his own''
voice Ihe'ie came mi unpleasant sciise of
soli;nie. lie quii-konod Ins pace,-, and,
eitmnih'.g an abrupt and narrow pathway,
oii.orr.od upon a great stretch of level
gror.m!.' wiiich, half.' a mile beyonrti
bhiered down and'joined tlie ragged line
of coast-. Here he paused, letting his
,-;;:e :a:ige from tv.sClo west, along rthe
b-b::"::h:g. di:-(::noo of die horizon. The
ro'.:i:d of hrea.him: surf,reached hbi�� like
the neiVc of wind- in pine trees. As he
jiniv-eti  forward again he'seemed utterly
a!o:'.e.
O.rite suddenly, however, he was aware
of "i figure tiiat grew out of the dusk like
a .'aikis,
As i.e sir
winch  llie '.
ride. I'.-i-Jb-:
'J'be  (h'treii
n i:l:.-.rin'.: :���'..
?i;i v. al! a' hrt
hi-  I";11-p. .'i;:c
:.:-!  vi.-it  icP
:1--
tkiK, moving shndow, and almost al
\\-n. same lime the wind brought him the
{���','������ of -footstep--.    He stopped and listen-
e.i intently.   As I'bave said, Fenlon was
rot a itmiimcntalist, but his iruth of in-
'-���i:ict   told   him   instantly   that   it   was
M'iry's it;p.    Plie also was alone.. The
.';'...-.'..ms',trees  were so singular that  he
a irptul litem without a mental protest.
He li:)d neither anticipated nor desired a
meeting; but, since the fates (so clearly
willed it, lie would not (urn back.    Each
was conscious oi1. the presence of the oth-
.  iv, so lhat, when (hey met. any' expres-
' tsion of surprise on either side would have
bellied to make tho position false.    Fen-
ton  was thankful Cor the darkness, not
Lj'or his own sake, but for hers.    He had
not  lime to strike out any definite plan
before he was adrift upon the inevitable
tide of cirrumslanco.
"I did not expect to find you here, Mrs,
Coi'wrn," he said.
"Nor I you. Have yon been hero long?'1
"I suppose fnr about- two hours.    And
you?''
"Wo en mo l,r-l night," she said. lie
had i.irixd in her diieeliou, nnd (hey
wore v.a'king ihwly, side by side', down'
tl:c [i rtli up whi:h he had come. ITe
could rat hoo h"i' face clearly, but there
was HJiiielhing in her voice lhat made
him j::-! P tr '.he conchisiou that she was
m.-t ri'.i'e happy. A dangerous desire lo
protect her from smiie indclinile sorrow
sprang t p in I'Ynlon's heart. Such re-
reuiiiU'i'.l a(j he had felt against her was
re.-elvcd i:i,Um first conjecture of her un-
hnpp'ir.5"*. "
"Where are you staying?" he asked.
"Ai iiiu Hotel de I'Uuivers,1 liy the
Ttage."
''And wl;y in ilint great, now, hideoi \i
jhueV
'���l-'-ank p.ofor.cd it," she said.
'Ob!"   s.-.i i   Fenton.    '"Then   you  are.
eoir
in   ex::e:!:
lhe   wrong   direction.
II itbi'i we h tie;- mi n baekV
"I'm i<i no hurry to get hack," she said.
"Frank i.s resting. lit knows I'm fond
of lonely walks."
'Toi hups you would nil her that I left
you."
"No," die said; "I'm glad I met you;
I'm glad you aro here. Why did you
com"?''
"I did not know (hat you were bore."
"Of Ciin'se not. How could you? I
p> r.siiiidt d Frank ti,i bring me to St. Wirt- c q:ile on an impulse."
"Irtleed? It is strange lhat we both
bad (hal  impulse."
"Why  si tango?"  asked   Mrs.  Corwen,
wilh lhat mile of'sudden totAlo'.siioss in
her voire which makes a w .man danger-.
mis.      "Why    strange?"   she    repented.
"We weie both happy hero once.    Why
fsliniild we not choose io come- n^niu?'1
lit 1'
"i came," said I- n. moved for a
moment beyond l)im.-;;af. "I:, escape from
galling memories. It seems, rather, that
I have succeeded in reviving rht-m."
"What do you menuV" she asked, imr
voice grown soft a train.
"I have r.o right to tell you now," be
said. "It is certainly time that you returned. , Tho evenings are chilly on.lhia
coast."  '      ,
She turned beside him, and they climbed
tho  sleep path again.    A   light  veil  of
mist', which was swayed, curiously at intervals by gusts of wind, hung over the
level.   'Th.ey  quickeue.i  step  and.  after
a   silent   walk   of_ -.-omc    ten    minutes,
reached tlie head of tho sandy track iead
ing   down   (o. (ho   Hotel   tie   l'Uuivers.
There Fentcu paused.
"Let mo leave you here," he said.
"Will you come down and see Frank?"
���Mrs. Corwen said (his with an indifler-
pnw   that   offended    Fentou.,     He   bad
known,Conven, aiid, at least, the man waa
honest.   He could not understand (ho obvious npalhy with which his wife regarded him.    Fcnton wished to keep his memory of her from the slight of what,seemed
very like ingrnritudo.
"1 shall ho glad to see Corwen again,"
ho said.   "I will call tomorrow."
"I may see you again before you meet.
I am always out quite'early along the
ciifi's. My husband, as you may remember, sleeps well into the morning. He
does not care for walking. Good night!"
Fentou held the ungloved hand she
offered him Tor a moment. Standing thus
close together and face to face, their
eyes' met opojily for tlie first time." There
was a challenge in'lieis that Fenton vvas
sure she did not understand, but it moved
him strangely nevertheless, and she was
yevy' beautiful.'
"Good   night. '   ho said;     "I   shall  see
you tomorrow."
The sun had risen an hour, and tlie hill
up which ho set his face seemed like a
black and solid shadow against tho clear
wash of gold in the; oast. At its summit
was a groat granite crucifix, facing northward, a sign to ships at sea and to men
and ' women on land who toiled there
through the changing seasons. As Fen-
lon reached the spot a fresh wind blew
across his face, charged with brine and
autumn. lie turned seaward and at the
same moment saw tho slim figure of Mrs:
Corwen as"she skirted the cliffs a quarter
of a mile away. Her head was bent forward to meet the wind, so that he was
unobserved. He' repressed his first impulse,' and instead of going to her ho sat
down to think. ' Again the process was
entirely fruitless, and she was beside him
before he realized tho situation.    ,,
They greeted e.Mi other with a formality that struck Fenton as'incongruous.
He did not quite relish his position,
yet tlio circumstances v. ere agreeable,
enough.
"I expected to find you here," Mrs. Corwen ���said.
"Why?"
"It   was  always La   favorite   spot  of
yours."
"So you remembcr^tbat?"
"Why should I forget?"
-Iio   looked" at   her   closely.     In   that
searching light he, found no flaw in her
beauty.     .Mrs.  Corwen   was  alluring,  as
Kitty Dcnsmore had been.
'" "I'lhougiil," he said, '/you might have
forgotten' what  had   happened   at   that
time."
"I forget nothing," she answered, "and
feast of, all the time when I was happiest."   ,'
"And yon are not happy now?" he
asked. The question slipped from him
before he saw to where il might lead; but,
having asked it, lie wailed Cor a reply
with an equanimity 'lhat surpiised himself.
"I  am  not  happy."  she said,  a flop a
'pause. ,    '
"I suppose." he said, "that you dupe
found soit.hig down in life a little prc-aic.
For  myself  I   accepted   the  prose Jong
ngo."
"How long ago.'
"To he quite candid," ho said, "it was
not long aso, after all���say two months."
"And"'I." she said, "at the same time
began lo fiiid I be world narrower than I
thought it was."
"I think," said Fentoi;. picking up a
glove which she had let fall, "that \\;e
have "nth been.very foolish.." He drew
(he glove slowly through 'the fmsers <.f
his-left hand as he winched i:ei\ nnd
then, realizing where (hey stood, ho
.moved away. lie was not, as 1 lu.ve
said, a st liliineiKalist. but of a sudden h,
fob insignificant and ashamed. He saw
the woman who followid him for what
f.]x0 w.,s_v0|.y weak, very petulant, very
heauliful, >o lender us to appeal with
fuliiiitc porMinsinn lo his strength, bal so
light'of will as lo be of h-,* danger to
him (hail lo her.sell'.' When he turned-to
her again, his voice was lower, but it had
lakcii a more certain and decisive (on".1
Ho did not wonder (hat Ik; had owr loved
her, but he knew thai such love as remained was never U be spoken.
"Wo have been wvy foolish," he said,
"because we have not ;ucopied the position which we ourselves made., Even up
to this morning my foolishness was alive;
now it is over and dead." She moved
nwny from him a little, with the simple
insfmct of a child. Then, as men will on
such occasion-', lie fell inio the terms of
platitude: "Life is full of di.-appomlmoni;
one more or less between the beginning
and tie end can make small difference.
If my advice is of any service, take it
for what it is worth. Go back to your
hotel, and, after breakfast.' make niy
friend Corwen lake you to Diuard. He
will, you know, if you only ask him. I
shall perhaps see you in town before
Christmas."
She paused iu her walk and looked at
him. half pouting and a little afraid.
"Arc vou going away, then?*' she asked.
"Yes," be said. "I shall go tomorrow
morning by (ho first diligence. We shall
probably not meet again here. Your road
lies in that direction; mine in this.   Good-
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J-JOMTNION LTNE-From Montreal.
Schedule of Tisxc-Pzioiiio Standard Time , Domhiloir1' '
, Canibroni'.in
Fast
Daily    '
lervice     ��� .
Between
Atlantic   , .
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Pacific.
,l-'ir.-t class i-leepurs on all trains,
Tourist Oars
Pas', ilevelsloke  Daily for SI, l'nul,
1'. idnys for Moid real nnd Ho-ton,
Sunday.- and Wed ties lays fur To: onto.
laipi'i.ved ecmiecling service lo aiid from
KO.OJENAY   COUNTRY.
Eli'octivc Ji'ub. 1st, lOGtl.
Kaslo ft Slocan Railway
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Pafseiicvor train tor Snndon and way si.iticns
leavfts Kaslo at S n.m.: daily, ioturning, icayr-s
Sandon tit bio p.m., arriving nl.Kaslo '.i.oo ji.in,
IntosTintioria", Ncvv"-frai.iOii C'*i& Trr.d'r.g
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Operatiut;-(ai ibooicnav Lake .iiit! liiver.
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Hay, ,A in-;wa<-l li, i-ii.I all viiy p-oints; connects
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Five Mile Point.
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Gi'cai. L'i-iiain and Ireland, and al specially low
rales io ail nnl- of lhe Kuropenti continent.
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T.   vV. EfS,ADSiIA\V,  Agent.  Revelstoke.
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In  the li-t'ile of  the Kootenay Linubcr Coin-
p.tny. Liiuitld Liability.
P:r-i:s(i>l in tile '" (/red it or',- Tru-t Deed--Act
and j*.mi tiding Act-" notice I- given lhat lhe
K.'oi'!'.|:a.\ Lnmber ('onipaisy, Limited Li.iliiHtv.
wl|HM' placrs nf bu-ino- aro at lire cilv of Vi',.-
lori.i iind nt Ceiuapliv. H. ('., h.n by di'ai dated
"r-l day of Oi-iohcr. 1!)0I', .-i-signed ail theirper-
s.. nn! i-::>!<:. et'i.-i.'l- and eflt-tLs which maybe
-. r/.' tl and -ijl'l undi'i- execution, nnil till iheir
r.'.'i e.-tTtc lo John Kndcrie Jlelliv.el! of the
cliyof Vancouver. {'. ('. .-.(���c(,tint.'.ni. in tru.-t
li,; I be j;. nr-.'.ii bf-neiil of tlu-ir crediiors, which
d(; ci wr.s (>:c( nt. (1 by the - i!<l ICootoiiiiv Luni-
!>��� :��� ('-.ii,; i-.ti.v. LIniiled, ,,:,.i,i!ity. on Uic third
d.'iv of (\[i hi i'. :!li"i, iind .U,!..) Frederic Hcll''-
v,( !!.-ii lhe f'lh ((iiv of OcloU-r. l^-O.
i 'I'.'.ptor- nf llu- Ivooteiiiiy Lumber Oomi'iinv,
Lbjrind L::il-,il:(v am required lo file their
i.l.iiir-wilh the Iru-tee, proved a- miiiircd bv
Ihe Acl. -t.i-'.rng the .-ecurilics hckl bvthcin. oil
(���;��� before I he day of inictiiig or" cr��:it;,r< wliieli
;-iic:-eliv .'iiliei! fi..' Kriday the 2nd d;tv of Xov-
cinber. l!J:u. nl 2'.":i (j'cl'-ck ;>. in., at the r IP.-iof
lie >-nid John I'l-i-doric rieliiwcll. .Vo. oil) Kn--
lii.e-si <5|r,,.], Vniironver. H. C.
Mir,- lie- dale of ! In- s-aid meeting the p-u.-tce
v. ill ))���.������' el I a di-tri'tiiii.' tiie r:s.-(|.- of (he tru.-t
(-t.il.- nn on���- llie creditor.-, entitled thereto
_ha.ii'. ii'-ii-d only lo llie rlaini-oi" v.-lu'cli he
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the time for Xmas presents has arrived
, and ONCE AGAIN the'
i
have the largest and best selected stock
q{ presents in Revelstoke.
They have a magnificent supply of
KX
Columbia "Mining Record." It is an
exceptionally good and interesting production, the illustration's .being particularly iino. The contents include a
brief write-up of the progress of the
principal' cities and towns of tho province; the. "History and Progress nf
Mining," in British Columbia, by JI.
Mortimer Lamb ; the " Metric System'
by Lieut.-Governor Joly ; the "Governors and Lieutenant-Governors of
British Columbia, ' 'by K. E, Gbsncll ;
and other aid icl's, as well as a number
of short sketches'.
"THE,   LEADING   STORE."
. . . GEEAT , BARGAIN!
For 1901.
Gall and see them when passing.
irtgtBsfteirt^kiS^
LOCAL AMD PESSIMAL BRIEFS
The lire, alarm bell 'has arrived.
The .Dominion parliament will meet
on February (Jfb.
S. ,F.  W. Gainer came up from Ferguson Saturday livening.    '
"Miss McNab. of Ferguson, registered
at the Central Sinidav.    o
It. It." Robertson, of Albert Canyon,
was in Kevelstoke Sunday.
John   D.  Boyd came in last evening
with tho Big Bend mail.
^
Thos.  O'Brien,  solicitor of   Golden,
ent Tuesday in. the city.
J. ,.J.  LangMaiT, of   tho Trout Lake
To|)ic, vvas a visitor yesterday.    -
Sirs.' V\".   Kii'by.  of   Arrowhead, is
visiting friends in ItVvolstoUe.
i\I. Gi'ady, of St.   Leon Hot Springs,
was in town yesterday.   .   '
There  is a ' movement on for the organization of a ladies hockey club.
I.Al-t. Atkins  has  been gazetted sub-
collector of eu-donis for Kevelstoke.
Chamber work wanted in good hotel;
the <next election conies 'round that
he will be in a position to stand for
election. c .
���   It is repoi ted to-dav that the lead on
the Standard claim  has been struck.
Particulars could not be obtained in
/time for this issue.
Fred,Mesley- was in town .yesterday
on his return from southern Kootenay
where lie had taken an engine coming
through from the Vancouver shops.
A freight train was ditched at (Jala-,
uiity curve east of" Beaver- on Monday
morning delaying the arrival of the
west bound', passenger train till noon
of the following day.,,
Ii. G. Ross, of Vancouver', _. rovii-'-'ial
manager of the Standard Life Assurance Co., was in the city Saturday,
and while here arranged with I. T.
Brewster to take the local agency.  .   ',
The pastor in one of the local
churches after preaching a long sermon ' Sunday evening announced the
closing hymn with the words "Abide
with me for the night is far spent."
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Graham and
family came up from Thomson's Landing last week. Mrs. Graham will remain in town for the winter and has
taken' tip her residence, on Douglas
street.        .
QUAKER - PUBLISHER'S PROVERBS.
Advice to Those, Who'Have Business
With Newspapers.
Never send an article for publication ��� without giving 1ho ^ editor thy
name, for thy name oftentimes secures
publication to worthless articles.
< Thou shoulrlslf not rap at the door
of a printing oflice, for he. that answered! the rap sneered] in his sleeve and
loseth time.
Never do thou loaf about, or knock
down type,' or the boys will love thee
as they do the shade trees���when thou
leavest. ,''"'���'
Never inquire of the editor for news
for behold it is bis' business to give it
to thee at the. appointed time without
asking for it.   ,, '
,Thou should'st never read the copy
on the printer's cases or the sharp,and
crooked container therefor, or he may
knock thee down.
It is not right that thou shouldst-
ask hihi who is the author of any article, for it. is his duly to keep such
things unto himself.
When'thou dost enter his ottice,
take heed to thyself that "thou doest
not look at what concerns , thee not,
for that is not meet in sight of, good
breeding. '
Neither examiuediou t lie proof sheet
for it is not ready lo meet thine eyes
that thou ma vest understand, -
Thou should rnot delude thyself with
the thought that thou has saved a few,
cents when thou hast hcoiir'ed a dead ,
head copy of bis paper, for whilst the
printer may smile and" say its all right
he'll never forget,thy   meanness.���Ex.'
(Late James Grill & Co.)'
Made to Order
BAKER   AND,   CONFECTIONER^
read  ' Delivered  Daily.
.-*?
* ��.&i��
Consult Prof. W. J; Harvey,.;
F. O. M. C. I.
i ,
about tlunui headaches, paints in the
\ei/ctt, (!i/a.i crossed or divhn/ed, double ���
jL��|i=4. o/' liid'isL'i'iir.l oir.'ni'ii, Ions of inuscnlar
poivcr or any error of refraction in
the cgns ai. ' ,h GU i: ' MAIMERS
if/iiUl Saturday .Dec. 8th. -Coitml-
killon /'inc.        .���',.., , *
THE COOKBOOK.
experienced ' win her.      "Miss  S.
Kamloops.
Scott
i     If your friend is a leader yon can get
I just what, yon want  iu 'the   book  line
,, .^  j foi Christmas presents at the Canada
A Fred Hiun'o, ex-M. P. P., is in the | Drug &" Book Cobs. They have
city to-day ���looking up old acquaint.-j hundreds of beautiful new books jus!
���mccs. '   ! opened, and a large supply  of  poetical
  j woiks at surprisingly low prices. ,    o
'   Th.-? culinary doparlnient of  the Vic-j 	
('iri.'t'   hot--!   i".  now  in   charge   or", an i     The war oflice announces that a gra-
experionced. .'ady ecek. : tuity will   lie  paid lo every officer and
 :  i man who  has served   in  South Africa
Neil Thomson.' Henry Carter and ! since Oct. 10,1809.. The least amount
James "de-lev. of Feiiruson, are spend- wiil be =fJo. It' is roughly,estimated
ing the week in Hewl.Aoke. '      j that it will take ��1.000,000 to complete
��� '      _��� tin1 payment. _   ..
Toys and fancy good*,  an  enormous!	
supply tins year at the Canada Drug k ;  , Con'slli,t prof. \y-.-j.  Harvey, F.O.M.
Book Co. s. o     j C.I., about those  painful eyes, defects,
��� , nf  vision,  errors of refraction, or- the
Gold   Commis-ioner   Fauquier went! fitting nf spectacles that are absolutely
south   to  Nakusp  yestorday  moining ! com.ct jlt j,  q_ Barber's, until SaMir-
for the put no-e  of bringing hi," family j (]ay<   D,;c#   j-.,,.   ,Knn.b.   ff,om   2   (|)   -
up to lhe.'city. ' ! o'clock p. rn. only,        '' o
Scrambled eggs will bo more creamy
if cooked, in a double boiler, instead of
a spider or frying pan.
��� In making a crust of any kind do not
melt the'lard or butter into the flour or
your crust will be spoiled.
The  bost���'wny   (o  boil ���potatoes  is" to
pour off tho water when the skin breaks,
nnd let them finish cooking in their own
steam. ,   .
If a cold ham or pieco of bacon is on
Land, turn it every'day either on its side
or end, so as to expose each part to the
air.   Change the plate daily. ..   ���
A point to be remembered in the broiling of fish is that fish must not be turned
while broiling. Put the inside of the fish
next to the coals and let it cook through.
When done, hold the skin side to the fire
just a moment to brown -and serve nt
once.
*
FOR THE . .'.
T&T
r��vvr��r of the P.Infl\
It is surprising how a man's self re
spect increases when ho carries a check
book, oven though ho bns but S7 in the
bank.���Lincoln News,
^
Special Lilies of Dress Suitings Just Arrived.
R. H. TRUEMAN & CO.'S
Photographic Studio
will bo open from now until Jan. 1st.
Call Early for  Xmas Photos.
up   from
I-'eriru-on
Hugh l.'o-'s eai
last i-vt'tii:i'.r   .i.iei   \\:il   leave   I'm
Fiaser  liver-vnib'y'after  .-pending   a
week in luv. n.
J.'tiu.'s   Smbh   hi-,   opened a barber ,
shop  in   if.   A.   Brown",-
h.i ving  I ��� .-"d   . li" ^iiop
Avenue t..   .J ie Mnv[j, m.
j' David McNicholl and Thomas Tail,
} jMontreal, and -Harry Abbot Land G.'o.
' McL. Brown, Vancouver, will apply
; next sesviou (or an uc:l incorporating a
company   under   (In'   nam"   of   "Tbe
lobaceo si ore
on McK.'ii/ie
VI
R ��� <,-. (.', I. id i.-r, of IC-'.inloop-, oil)-
ducted (li1' s"t , i.-'s in llie jMel bc.di>lj
cbiii'cb here l-i-^t Sunday, K-'V. S. .1.
Thomps'in i. ':\\'A al Kninloop-j.
Koofenay and Arrowhead t ail way
company,'1 wilh power to const rue! or
operate a railway from a point ri ur
Arrowhfiid, thence bv ( be mo-t dir.'cl
I'o.i'.t', via Trout Lak" or Duncan river,
ton poinfal, (he north end of Ivoolermy
bike.
.j,tin?. Ciuniiiiu ���;-, <>i' Ferguson, A I'll! ,'ir IVel, oi 'ib'oiii. Lake, and A. II.
Ib'own, of Thom-oii'-s 1/indtng were in'
the cil v tb" pai Iv part of the week. '
Beautiful ChrM mas card.-', booklets
and calendars wilh local views and
hundreds t" pick from at the Canada
Ding k Book t'o.'s. o
In an iulorvicw Ibis morning on the
m.-l j orally que-lion K. Tapping expressed regret, nl, being'unable I.o accept
.nomination this.year but  hoped  when
" Peek ", McSwain, known in (he
newspaper office-- of un mil iu: onnlin-
ent, and who favors Nelson with bi-
jire.soiwc during a portion of bin Lime,
says be is yoing to 150-Mile Jlou.-e
where everybody must In.'all right because, they voted solidly foe Galliher.
Ife is going to make an effort to secure
a concession from the Laurier Govern
ment and then build a railroad so that
tho world will bejin closer touch with'
Peck's "good people'' (if tho north.--
Nelson Miner.
. ewelrt^C-.^   '
���-"      ^ ' /-5evL Ns'-
Ladies
Watches.
The Ma rr, is in receipt of a copy of
the Chr'istmasiHunber of .the British
Hero's a Drag Store
which we endeavor lo make
��� ihe host,drug store you can
find anywhere. . -
We wiiiil you to learn that it
is worth your while to come
here ��� to hecome ;
customer.
regular
Ladies of taste
admire our stock
of watches. Wo
have some delicate
attractive cases
that contain reliable works. These
wiitchcs are noi
onlybcanlil'til thoy
a,'c perfect l.hnc-
kcopers too. Tho.v arc inat'c l'or good porvicc.
nnd wc sell tlicin at, a Miiull price. We believe
we Inn e the (ine ymi want. ,
J. GUY BARBER.
The Ml Robinson
Lumber- Co. Limited.
Your Pocket-book
may be low but nobody.sees it, but
if your clothes tire shabby that
sett lesil, nobody wants to know vou.
��� Ladiosor Gents Tailor Made Clothes
repaired and cleaned in good style.,
.Call or send post card.
Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.
Established 13 years.
Strictly Union Labor Shop.
J.
-W. CROSS, M. D.
SUHGKOX TO Tllii C. 1'. Jt., CITY HEALTH
' OViPlClill. ' , ��� ,
Ofiico: Taylor Block, "Mackenzie Avenue.
H
ARV#A& McOa ktEI I
UAHHIKTIiMIH, SOLICITOUfj, R'l'U.
Okkicks :   Jloi.so.vrf   Wank   IIlocic,   Hlovul-
, STOKi;, li. C.
jNtoncy lo loan.
Odieos: KovoUuko, I J. C.;' Kort Htoele, 13. C.
Gieo. S. iMcCbMiTKU,' j. a. ILutvicv,
' Kort Steele, B. C.
ltevel.sl.oke, I J. (.'.
.      CLOTHiNG-Men's All  Wool Tweek Suits, Regular Price S3. $10, $10;
Cut Price, $1, $e,$S. ., , '
_   -     PANTS���3[pn's All Wool, Serge, and Tweed Pants, Regular Prices, ft2, $3,
$���1; Cut to $1, $].5U, and $2. ��� ���  ���
~~    NECK WEAR���Meii's Beautiful Silk  Ties, Regular Prices, 50c.j 00c, 75c.',
and $1; Cut to 20c. each.
M ���, "ATS-J^gulnr Prices $1.50, $2, $2.50, $3, $3.75, $1; Cut to $1, '$1.50, $2,
iJ>J3.MU,   ipO,  fpO.Jl).
We are also giving a Cash Discount of 20 per cent, on all out Boots <fc Shoes.
I
REVELSTOKE
On and after I his'date our prices for
cut firewood will be as follows:
$1 per cord at Mill
$2       "      delivered.
Prices Cut for Cash.
Bcraaawrea
Fred Robinson,Managing Director
9
A-       , "     "The Druggist," ' ,-.'
��� ���   Sva-^or lo Tie-Ji til), A. II.'. 6 A   ���
REVELSTOKE STATION, B. ,C
A.
IIOLDICII
l-'OIt
ANALVT1CAL CIlliJIlBT AND
ASSAYKK.
Royal School of Mines, London.
Seven years at Morfa Works, Swansea.
Seventeen   ye its  Chief  Chemist  to AVi|
Coiil and Iron C ...Kng. b
tato Chcnmt and Assaycr, Ifall j\lilies, Ltd.
' Every dcsciiption  of assay .und ahd.1yC.ical
work undertaken. 'b
Claini-s examined and reported upon;
liEVKLSTOKE, 13. C, p , 1
igan
CIVE-U8-ATRIAL
P.  BUKER,   Proprietor;
'       Phone  43.
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