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 ������������������/'  Vol. 6.���������No.  Co.  REVELSTOKE. WES1  rn  " < \/"V  Iv\/t/  ni;  AV ' P> 0    JHY^v  i tX-i - J  1G, 1899:  $2.00 a Year.  - GRIP AND PASSWORD.  i i*  The Week's Happenings 'in the Local  Lodges.  '.  Tlie pa������l week was ;i busy one in  secret society circle-. All the loral  lodges had more or less degi ee woi k,  and some of them wine compelled to  hold special meetings at which the  goat vvas overworked.  POHKSTHHP.  B. 15. (.'anipbell, dep.uly high chiif  rangei, left. Tuesday morning lor lie  Boundary country on an oiganiziiig  tour. He expects to lo absent aboul  six weeks. Just 'befoi e. leaving I'm,, Ihe  south cotinlry Mr. (J.-miphcll receiv. d a  copy ot llie following i osoliilion I'i oui  Com I Kicking IIoi.se, Golden:  Golden. 13. C, Dec. 7,  '!"!!'  Moved by G. IJ. MoDerniot, seconded  by J. A.' Bates aud resolved dial Com I  'Kicking Hoisc, 3713, of Golden, dcsiies  to express lo B. R. C.-nnphell its keen  appreciation of the suci-e.s.sfii! manner  in which be has completetl libs organization in'this vicinity and the untiring  zeal which be has sdiovyn 'in lhe interest not only of llii-s court but of lhe  entire order. .  It'i.i flirt her i (-.solved lhat a copy of  lhis resold! ion be forvvnidcdpo Bio.  Campbell. , ���������' I  ,     J   A. LJatks, Sec.  ,    Last jMoinlay night llie hear was let  loose in Court. Ml, B.-gbie promptly at  ���������. o'clock, iind fioin^lhnt lime'tm I heie  was little re.st, l'or the memhtus ot Ilia I  court, that, night.    Severnl Candida let.  were initiated and  tleni fame the "lec-  ''   tion of officer;-  for  the  ensuing year.  The* uflicois elected are:  CD- H- O. IL-.L Ii. Smith.  Court Physician ~W. B. McKec-hiiib,  M. D. ;  ,  Chief Ranger- Iv. D. J. 0. JohiiMiii.  Vice Chief Ranger���������.!. A. Ring. r.  RecordingSrciclmiy- C.ff. Mitchell.  Financial Secietaiy���������J. L. Sinilh.  '   Ti ea*-urer--E. MacGovyan.  '   Orator--II. 0. Dier.  Supt. of Juvenile Coin ts���������T, Bain..  Organ.!>t ��������� J. F. :r\hiin.   ,  ���������   Senior Woodward ��������� ]{. li. Ilndgons.  Junior Woiidwaid ���������Krne-t Adair.  Senior Beadle��������� C. Moore. ��������� '  Jt'minr Beadle- F. Fi if/.. ,  After the election the Forolei'b re-  galetl themselves un I heanuuy good  -things ' provided bv the now ly-innde  nit'iubers, and it ib said lhat the wav  the pie disappeared befoi e llie 30 hungry Fores-ler.s present would liuvi'* glacl-  tleni'd the heaitof a bilker. Tin* enjoyment vvas further heightened by  the presence of Pa-t Oli'i'l' Rungei  Scett, who caini* in fioin Armstitmg,  foi the purpose uf attending this ineet-  Those Mining" Division Lines.  Tin* Tioul Lake Tojiic lias another  bad case or the rabies this week over  placing a jiiiit nf the Siocan electoral  district, vvliith lias lierctofoie been a  p.nt of Ti.iii'. L ike mining division,  vvliere it belongs, in tip; Kaslo mining  flivision.     ,Tlie   change   will    unduubl-  " I  edly"vvoik   hardship    to a  good  many  pio&pectois iLtlu y a'te compelled to go  lo Kaslo to do'their   recording,  but it  i.s   never   CNpecled   lhat I'tlley   will   be  compelled to, Jnso.     A pi o]3ositioii was  submitted lo' the   Tnuii   Lake   delega-'  Lion   which came   up to interview  the  ioca! member, which it, i.s believed   will  work .sati.sf.it loi ily:    To hive   the rec-  oiding for I hut [i,nl of   lhe   Slocan di-  visii'iii iieai er to Trout Lake than Ka.s'o  done   at   ihe   Luke, antl   the' recoider  llicue m,dee  iclui-jis   to the    Kaslo  roc  order.   _ This  'should    be   satisfactory  bolji to the   prospector   as    .veil   as  to  K.'i/>lii people, as their object ion  to  ^^ ^^^"S/S.^'^^-'S/^.'^/a/t*/^  T   fi  Pi ?fj r~i  &^^������ijV^V^^5  llu* llli'l-cb,mis showed1-- ill,.1 they  weie  bul could  no!   get goods fas!  llie Kapo people, as their  the old ai rangemeiil, was that ihn revenue-   fiom   put of  that   electoi'il  dis-  ci*iut,   was, placed   to   tin* credit of the  Hev elstoke"  district.    This    i.s ;i  very  simple   solution of   the   diltieulty,  and  ilieie   is no    necos-sily   for   anyone to  have an al lack  of   lie.'ii I   disease over  the mailer.   Air. Kellio can be trusted  t'b look    al'iei' llie   inlci esls   of T.out  Lake City as 'well   as  the   iniere.sts of  tlie prospector who has made the Luke  hi, headipurlois,   though lie i)iuy bp a  lesidenl and his   propei t ies  looated  in  auolliei   u!ec-U>:al   tlisiiict.    The member   for' Slocan   liding   took the same  position   in   U.is   inatler   as 'did   Mr.  Ke'lit! iwlien   Nakusp vvas attached   to  the Nelson oiiicc anil the. revenue from  lhat ollice was sent to  and cieditr-rJ  to  iS'el.son'   when it,   propei ly  belonged' to  Itovelbloke.     jMi'.> Gioeu now takes the  same aliunde in'regard t<> lhe Duncan  river coimi ry, and he is light as a ijnit-  ler'of fact, lint,   arrangement:*   will   lip  made so   that Ily., change w.:|l   wo|k a  hardship to no uno.  Leaving Ruveibtoke Vt't-d, esdayuio! ii- I eoniiii-,i!,(i ion, i|1(. wo!l-ol ,*,;ibles���������all  ing, we joined tbe cna-t, enpi iiigeut' of ! gave n, ihe in.pi'oss'on of being in an  the . merchants' exciii-.-i.,i>; mci m'_' i up-i,,-dale cily. JiKiu'ii ies . f n osi, of  wilh warm welcomes on evoi-y b.ui-d, '  and all seemingly oblivioiis uf j h" wor- ��������� all bu-y   '  lies of the shop or c-i'inii iii'^ I.nii o .-i::;!    em,ugh. t  eagerly looking ."orwaul tri having ,i,l, L-avlng Greenwood on lime, amid  good time. Arr. when.! being i e.u bed, | the hurrahs or hmidrod*-. we ,.*-oon'  transfer was made Ui.tpe C. \>. IL S. :-,. , icaehed Grand Fiui^, wb'e.e plenly nf  Ivooten.-iy, when -\n exc.-lhuit linn h was ; t-,iri iag.-s weie wailing (o lake.uslo-  provided, a nd the .-ail down the lake , ihe town, alftiut one mile tl i-1 .u n t',' nntl  was one of enjoyment. Al Rob-on j wheie lhe"Gi,md Forks prop!- bud  we lay for the night bul not bob-ire a j llM i,. pi eparalioiibto gi've'us a b.iniiu.'l.  most, enjoyable eveiiingb-,' progi,tiiiiii" j ih,,i. would pin., Greenwood in 'ihe  bad been gone I hi-ongh, will) :-peec!i.'s, -.shad,.. Pifieon hundred ilollai". h'.-id  songs, re."idln������s a ml  iceii.iiioiis.    Ki]i-ji,lVi,  s���������bsciihed   to show what Grand  re- ( Finks people eonltj do, and  bei-t- again  ,    ������'(p! -,i'i;   were   more   tb.-in   Mifpii.sed   to see  i.'ii   llibn^li'ls j Li,(, iiiagnififcnt scale, lhis liap.quel was  that night | fiii'iiibhed   on,   over 'one   hundred and  the.r  U  ODnFIiLIjOWS.  i  Revelsloke lodge.-huld:rM!'| ceial nit-et-  ^ ing.hibt S.-itincl.iy night for the pui'i'oso  of pulling  on'door wink.    Tine..' degrees   weie  I'uul'f 11 cd   on   a  ccnple ol'  initiate.1.*.  Selkiik lodge conferioil lhe flrsl,'tie-  gree on an initiate, hist Tuesday niglil.  There was veiy Utile l.ii.siiioss'and the  meeting wn> luiiitd into ;i suiokcr, and  ��������� be evening wiiaveiy plea-.-ini ly spent  by the hrotliei.s v. illi "song, story und  ������ cig.-irs.  The  loclire   ;it   Tioul   Lake,   ll'.ough  (J'nly'oiit* year old.   coliij'.ii e.s   veiy lav-,  ' oralilv" with iminy older lodges in p,ij;,t  of numbi'i.- a> well ,i^ in ul In r i e.-pecLs  It is said that lh.it   lodge' now  ha.s iln-  degiee   woik   down  line.    At I be elec-  ,   tion ^b-'ld, i ect'iilly   llu* lollop, ing m,-i!1  ,    of ofTicel-- was. elei-led to llie n.'M telllK  Nf. G.Ad. P. iVc-Li una")/ '  V'. (i.~.L H. Currie.  Sot-re!,-u-y��������� .l.-.I. Ii nigs I.-i IT. j  Trcnsiirer���������N. Abr,'ili.inis:).|.  The iii-tall.-il ion \\ill lake |'.|."i(e at  lhe first nic'-ling in .Jauu.ii y, .-iiiil on  that' occasion the bioibei.s of i h.-.I  lodge expect lo enjoy u spiead and  b.-ive a general good lime. Y'i.-ii ing  bi-olhers will be made w*. Iconic.  The two Revebtcike lodges will piob-  ably have a joint, iiislall.-itiuii on the  pveiiing of January 1, nnd a jolly time  lhey vvill have.  Miriam Rob. kali' lodge, iN'.maitno,  has donated $l"*r> t������ tin* Orphanage,  Victoria. A simil.'ii gift was received  a year ago from lhe same lodge.  SONS OX^ Ii.vCI.ANI3.  Tlie members of Lodge Wilrtei foi ee,  No. 77, Sons of England Benevolent  Society, inel a round lhe lestive lioaid  last night in their annual liamjnet at  the Glasgow Hotel. A very pleasant  evening was speni l.y,all piescni, and  altogether Ihe nll'.iir was voted to lie  an exceedingly successful one.  OUANOKJIKN.  Tile local lodge of Oi aiigemcii held  I bell" iinniinl election bust night, .'ii.tl  oUlcer.s weie clct'letl as follows l  ^V. M.���������T. Steed.  D. M.~A. Jiibiisoii.  Chaplain- Rev. '!'��������� iMeiizics.  Rec. Sec���������J. Kei-iiaghiin.  Fill. Sec.-.I. S.uage.  Tre/i'<iiii,i--W. G. Blrney.  D. ol' (J.-D. Allen.  Lecliiret-R. 0. Pollocl:.  UoiiiinUU'o--S. Liiw'ii'.ini*, 10. A. Ki'l-  tleson. ,  , For the "Absent-Minded Beggar-."  '��������� i "  Quickly adopting thp ^ugyB.stio'n of  the iMaiIj, on tin*, last < 11 ill night the  local coiiipanv of tlie, Ki'otcnay rifles  elected ji^comiuilU'C to liai e charge (if  a piirid.tiu .concert lo he given about  tlie (irst. of tL'iuiiiiry, the proceeds* to be  donated to lhe _ ALiumuii ,T-foi!<*e fund.  The conceit will bo ,gi\eu by the mem-  company   wi'h, probably',  ling's    ���������"��������� Absen t-.Minded   B-ggai  ceived great apphiu-e, .-ind in,iny  the minds thai  tin nod I  .   <*   ,  to wlieie our own boys wen  iind of the many heroes lying in  narrow graves .-ill   for  their count rj'������  sake.  feliyTluirsrl'-iy ni'iniiug, the R >���������,������-  land and Nelson l i".iins pulled iu with  their addition lo (he p.-uLv whi. li wa",  !iil!iibi'r*-(l one lnpnlrcd and eight v and  right royally were tlij-y ' rot eived, ami  many were the glances e-.ssi o;i i,hc contents of the baggiige eai-,"a, cas"/,-ifioi  (������������������"se of nietliciiie was h.i nd,'!] mii vjiih  SUCh labels as " D"war's Besi.V *'']]-si.  Scotch," "vGlenlivil," "Olil.'lijc'" ,-ind  similar names, -iinintelligihl ��������� to- many  Who were in lhe cp,-rM | arly, Init (juiie  familiar'.to nearly all pi" ourbrtiulhern  fpiends, Wf wci'o soon airsellietl in  ��������� he conches and llie st a it was i".:;ide for  Greenwood. As we approached lhe,  summit and saw the tirduou, task that  tlie engineers and   contractors   lad in  surip.oiintiiip wJp'U would.  beis  of   tlu3  l!ie, ii.s.sisliiii^'C, of local niusiciil talent.  Uev'el^lf.ko "should turn out cji masse  lo this t.jiicoi t and make aiiieucls fin,"  the. ijolay in taking ut-tion in this :|iat-  l"i by unking the biggest emiti ibution  of ; 111 \  town ot its si ye in (Janadii,  Al a meeliiig of  I lie (.'xcciilive  com  miiieo in fh.uge   of   llie conceit Wednesday o\ cuing i l v\-:is decided to   hold  the contort on the evening of Jaiuiarv  ( n <        i *f  9, ami llie military -pai t of the programme vy,is   ai I'lingcd   for   as   follows;  Camp scene, wiih   song   and chorus.  Tabe-laii���������The Ivight Attack, throe  -scenes.      ljavoiiet,    r.\ei eiso.     Milit.-irv  .Musical di iil.  Ili.lZl*.  (..niiica; '   Tabid.in���������Piepaie  Tab'elau���������Bi i-  tt)       10-  ct'he'c.-'iv airy. ii'L'iiese uuiiil pis will Le  intcispeised w iih oihei s of a difl'eient  characl.ji".*' Thn f..i!..wi.'ig cumiuiltees  ���������.villi elected: Printing ami .lecoiatin^  ��������� Pi iv ales    R 'K.   i\l.    Steele, \V. G.  liti i.e.  P. in goi  Ii, Sm;  ser, Jb  .!. Mo!  missioi  geneia  k. m,  I'I I  the. \V  K. :M.  sli.illx.iy and" Sergt.  iii"ii coininittee��������� Pis,  C. Biiney, A P.-. Fia-  lei'le. i 1. \\". E I wards.  Mill' and i'j Malsliai's-iy. vArl-  vi ill In-, reserved seals 70c and  lii-sinii -OOf. .    '  1 ...'!  Char  I upper  not conv*( rsant wilh imgii.cci ing.as an'  impossible task lo ever'gei a iiain over  the stuiiniit. in safely. lu:l noi onlj-^was  the gratle seemingly easy, b;i_; oiU'ull:;il  theie wis not a jar on, '     - ���������   ������������������"'.���������  The pniMi>any iiii!si.,lie ( oiigi.n nlnh d s  on having tnriied ovei' to them a ro.-id  that it would noi be" loo inmli lo -av  is'the smoothest i mining piece nf. road  in the piovince, and wiioii Iln* tunnel  PHWjn ("Pprse of itupli in', ion i.- f-i'tii-  plutctV, it vvill do aw.-iy with lhe now  very Irnuhlesnino swiu-l'i-l ,u Its. 'njt.  run from (Jiisrail.' City lo Gr-cn^ooil  was through a veiy line piece of (in:;i-  ��������� ry, and a sight of the | hmghed (iel.'ls  nnd hay stacks wa** ;i weltoin.e one lo  us who have been ,-htil in, as il ui-io,  by the mountain^ Miiioiinding Ilevel-  slt'ke,  The Kettle iiv������*i* valley is one Unit  does not take more than .-in ordinal y  prophet to foretell thai it will in a lew  years be a vei y valuable adjum t to the,  surroimding mines, 'hbuit is -aid io  grow very well in lhis valley and the line  looking nillle spi-ak \\!'!1 !oiv, lhe good  pastiiuigu. R'.'.icliing Cieenwood in  the evening, we were urect".!' by ihe  city off] rials a nil a veiy pood I h'i d  whose stirring tones gave us a gli,ii|)-e  of the whole Miuieil m,!:i!3i'i- thai lhe  Greenwood people iiiU-hdoii loiie.il ij-, ;  for a.s the May., i"-aid���������'' Oeii'lemen, lhe  town i.s wide open io yon I o-:iphi," .n.d  ! il was. Aboui '.'-;!2wU !i id i.oo.i, p. llei 1-  ed to entertait) their gi-isis. ami iuAi  roynl w.-iy it was l.iv islij ;|, A hii (_,..���������!  Iind \iW\\ |)|"(ivided ..;.e! .ihniii two !,m,-  over   i  ,'filly gnosis silling do\y;j   in win* (lining  | loom,   h.ji-ids(imi.|_v   finished   ;,,.<]   |���������ii-  I lifinily lighted.    It was something omi  j would   never expect' lo find   iii ;i coin'  pur.ilivelv   now   milling   lown,   iind ,-rs  lo:i"*1oiil'tei" ioas-t, was called thegrefilcbl,  enlbusia-ni pievaiio'd.   '  Compiiiing Gland Forks ami Columbia I'S like cotiip.-ii ing Ri'vel.sloko and  Ai I'tiwjii'ml, Gi-.iiul Fmks is u \vell-  liuilt, (-ompaet city,, well up i_n all mod-  ern improvement^, in cio.se vicinil;,- to  good mines, w ill: some of a.-sin;i| t uieii  as the dominion hold,.. Ihtl Grand  Foi Its has ii Ijglil, on il^ hands, u fight  to make herself the'town in spile'of all  oppo.silion. We feel like applauding  iiiiuii in ibis ligbl, htit'how will ii endlJ  Ooliimliia is.-i village vvilli iUUOi-t. i'uy-  oiiibl" situ.-itipii |o'|-a l/.i'ge (liy, bul we  an* not .-anguine 'eiiougb iiboiil, ibis  place to iiiognosticale'anVjr.henoinc'iial  pir,sp"rily in lhe fiituic.      '  r  ~-=t~ - ���������  While slowly pulling oui oipGrand  Forks at ](*-:.',() Sii'liudiiy moiiiing, a belated, over-hai-i-m i(,'d' beav ywcigbi  ���������fioiii X.-lton vvas setn di i\ nig at a |"u-  rii.p.s r.ilu lowaifV l lie .li bin, w .t*'ing p.  van**..* in one hand ,-uk! <-i "iiij������hl Vliii l in  I h "go I her. T[p. '.ra.iri wai'slopped''Co  allow him lo'geL- on aiid- lini-h hjs  j toilet.    After a shoii   nm   wesloppid  CITY COUNCIL-    ,  Little Business of Importance Transacted Last Night.  ���������* i  - Very little business of importance  was,transacted by the city council al  last night's session.  The time for receiving 'lenr'eis for  tho fire hall was extended one week,  iind the time limit for completing the  hill was extended to GO d.ivs.  By-law dividing the cityAito waids'  was read a (hird lime and" passed.  Election by-law, 1900, passed its  l hi on readings and l.ccame law.  Under Ihrs by-law ihere will !,,. |,U|  one polling p|;1C0 i��������� )J10 _.;ly_ ���������._,_.,.__  ballot, b ix for each ward iind one foi  the mayor, j-y \oi,.. 'J'he rroininations  will bo made en Jan. S and the polling  lake plate on Jan. II. jn Tapping's  opera house, ' i  Thp collection of the roVi lax was a  subject of considei'.ihle discussion   and'  it was decided lhat no   further   notice  should bo oiven,' and    the    clcik  iiistructed to proceed and    collect  tax.' ,  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  A. .McR.'ie was in Trout   Lake this  week".  E. J. Kerr was up from Arrowhead  J* nil ay.  J.   Edwards,  is   in   the    Boundary'  country.       ,     ',  J.'J. Foley was.up from,Arrowhead '  this week. , <  ���������  Dr. Currtithers  was in   Ulecillewaet  this week.  was  the  The Smiley Concert Co.  at Cascade City, and  llie  \v 1)1)1  p.'ltlV  was ari.ingot! Into a gro'.ip'a'iid .[ihoto-  gr.'iplied by Iwo ai li.sl"s."'  The run ovei* lhe suinnril* wiis .-igain  lalteii up. and the four ( i"is>,.ug wilh  laughter and sung. -MiiK-heon was  passed ihrough lhe cars"by the poller-*.  All Un* newspapers ol" j hC'coast woe  on hand at the difl'ei enl, .s'lalions, and  fill lhe couil'orls Ihal, (.ould be thtmght  of vvei cbJiowerod upon us."  Robsnn vvass.ion U'i'.chfd. The .R.o.ss-  land party l.-fl I'm- home |(, make ready  to euieilajti lire paiiy when lhey  lo.iclied there the follow ing dav, and  the i e.st boaideil Ihi'ti.iin fur" Ip-lsuti,  when* in a veiy slu.i.t (im'e 'we.weret  making   for   Ll,i;   v'arioii,   hotels   iind  ! moking  Gave a concert in <|u, [. O. O.'F.  lodge l'ooniTliiirstl.-iy night, which was  enjoyed hugely by a small audience,  thesevcre. winter storm, lhe first, or  the sen si,'),, keeping' many away. Tbe  euleil.-iinnient, was if imyling better  than that on their first appearance, and  they should haw been greeted by a  large audience. *   p  Mr. Smiley was in fine .form, and bis"  humorous    monologues-��������� and .musical  sket.chos.kepl. the audience iii good nature.    Hi*-"Fifteen Minutes Fun   with  a    Piano," 'was    well     received,' and  the, story  of G.   Washington and the  cherry tree was greeted with   mars   of  laughter.     "Gentleman   Dick   of   the  Grays" was recited in u most dramatic  und.nfrecting mannei.    The   duel,   by  Miss Walker find Miss Bi-idgclnnd   "[  Feel Thine Angel Spii it" was unusually  good; "Robi'n Adair" by  Miss  Biidge-  land .was well icceived, and Miss Walker won   several   bachelor's  hearts  by  her singing or'-Once Again," ami   it is  hoped,! hnt.( hey  will   be   privileged  to  hear.Miss Walker " once again."'   Mi^s  Bridgel-ind's  impi'ovi'ni iop  of  an   ac-  conipiiniment lo "The Lost Cbord-,was  cipi.-illy  as  good  ;ib   |���������.,.   singing   .-ind  evoked    11early   rounds   of   applause.  "The Fair Ma id of Dundee" completed  Miss Wal kor's conquest of several hearts  and had'she remained ovei nnof hcrdiiy  sbe would undoubtedly   have  received1  several "eleclritbpi oposnls." _  Tlie com-  panv goes   direct to   Winnipeg   from  here.  'n  homes. , A veiy enjoy,ibt,  I'onci'il was |i(.viiU-il by ;i'local inin-  -���������slit"! lioiip, and bel'oie .Sunday morning lb." p.-u-ly hud sdu^ht, iepo.se afior  tr.-rvcl  iind   exeil-'ineni.  ���������VV (I.IV  ol  V..  iy  Posf'lf   t  uiulit    on   Ins  vv l"  ris  Yltb'l i i,   \raiie.iil". ei  ot her   c.i.i!>t    i ii ies,  ib  Ue  j,  e l.e will make  ���������illiC     fl'IICl s,        1 i(  J.  Soke Weilncs-  vv ay lo I !i" coast!  l i'e.v spi'i.ohes and  will    --peak   in  l  anil  iu.I  i!  pio.ialil^   ll.e  forward   I he.  nr the next   b.-utie  woi k- of oig iiii/.iiii  cf ballots in this province. ��������� On his re-  luiii lie will slop oir'at .Revelstoke and  give lis   ii sample   <>f   the orator v  that  v        ' v  hi lpt'd  ciiango the   face of   ihings pol-  iticAllv in Manitoba.  License Commissioners.  lo  I ai lake   ol  :i ml    il    w,.:  oily   would  11!'..';.   on ii.  ' ._  II  ',!''(1   i o,  i..iluie ,n,d  tnid iu l In ir  at i o,* ded   ii-.  lot  Tim !  Un  ion id of   lifcn-e  commissioners  cit\ of   lievclsi.ikc   met Wed  nesday o ft oi noon, the statutory mcet-  i ig. 'J'he pinpi ioinrs of the Hotel  l'al vvaids applied for an extension of  their license to .January 1. Tlie boa id  found t h.i! i Lis endd not. be done legally, and so i!i-' application was lefused.  Oiherbippliciitioiis for license were not  consideied, aud lhe bo.tid adjourned  to meet Jauuarv '.).  llrcil giiei-ls  sal   i\iw\ n  G|"eeiivvnp(l'b ho-j.ilabiy.  hiU'l) ns ninny fin o.isl..|-:(  Ipive hepii proud l.> <a!i  Tujists'vyeiv drunk ami i  nnd the greatest- ,i|" t;. o I  kind word*-, and all weie  piaispsof the' treatment  After lhe .breaking ti]) ol' Un* hnrquol,  most of the paiiy .nilj.ui: net! in lhe  club, where an impiouiplu com i-i I, was  soon in full swing, and long and loud  wns the nppl.-iiib" (bat giieied evi i y  piece. A good .opporiuuiiy was given  the party the following -.lay io s(.,. Up.  towp, as the Irnin   would   noi poll oui  t!esii..(l to  On .Sunday ,i vcuii1;; Uio '|ii:l\- left  I'oi Elo-.-liiml ai d v bi'i i[ sm; ,. ,,|- the  inii.es Un* fiillow big day, and weieen-  R<'.ssl���������!,(|  ��������� i.v  i  i oip.( il  ���������v oiling-  und  i-a vv  lei (allied bv th  i.i.oi d of I r.ide. Mon  us ail .-ig.iin iii Rolisop, ,.>],i (|p,iiii.,i |.|.  i.i 1 be I wo C. P. R. sleniners, Hit* .M'inlo  .r.'.d Rossl.md. /J'he Minlo pull..d'oui  in a veiy '-lioi t lini" am] vvn , no! seen  ug iin ill.lil lite follow ipg nioi'iiiilg al  ymi, w here a siitp nf. ,m b;in;' gav e  The Hindoo Prince.        Q    ���������  "���������Prince Advani," (he Hindoo who  has had such a hai d lime keeping out,  of i.iil in several coast cities for bilking  Jiolelsand oblaining goods and money  by false nretence.-, came iu renin lhe  west Thursday morning. Ii, is not believed that lit''victimized anyone here,  ii" be was kept under close surveillance  by thepolice from the lime he arrived  until the south (rain left next morning.  The police heie nolilied him lhat ho  had heller move as soon a.s possible, *-o  he left for Rossland Friday morning.  Me called on several liu-uni'Sb men and  askedi for n loan, bul, they weie all  "next" and he got nothing. ��������� He i ried  to boii-owLien dollars from Mrs-. J. j).  (iiahiim, telling her ih.-n he know her  husband in Atlin. She veiy sensibly  refused, and thoiulhe police iutei I'oivd  and nolilied bun to h ;lve.  i!.  Will Prosecute.  The (ilv oii'u i ds aie determined that  ihe i.i.kI i���������\is sh-dl l.e 11,-:id, and the  i ii \ s ,ii -iiiii i.i!,,; n c 1 ih.* Mail Inst  night ihul il was [\n'lr inienl ion to  pi osi tut.', ir" ia i I'ss.iiy. Tliusi! who  line in.t p .iiii iv e\j'.'i't to rci civ e a  siinuiious    M iii'l'.v,   and   iu   ihit  cn-.c  ib  i  I. l V t!  it.-j well a.s. the lux,  ihe costs to settle  until 5:30, nnd tho-c w ho  visit Phoenix n'nd lho mines ],.ul il1(.  privilege of doing so .mil weie ci.tei-  tained there lo him b. .M c: < haul ���������- ,v I.o  had been doing bii-iue-s with (in en-  wood mcrrhiiut!- through iheir ir.ivel-  ers had the nppoil unity of .'baking  hands, nnd gieeiing theii cusiouici -,  and in this way ..ne of Urn p> iin ipnl  ideas of the excursion w,*.s of gfo.ii  benefit in the geltingof I he w hoii"-n|i'  man or uiaiiiif.ictui'ei- face to face .'.villi  their customer.-'.  Greenwood is a in,n vol. 'j'o sec the  line buildings nlrcndv ci ei led itud'jusi  ns good or hell er i;i imiipmiI ci oi ! inn,  nnd to think tli.it nearly all of lho material in lhe bilildioLT- ami i.c.n ly ,-.!!  the goods were lieigh'ed in on wagons;  large ])lnte glass si oi i. fiopi.-, niig,,i!i-  cent stocks or the he-Mh.' vv.nll |,io-  (luces (i*S])ccinlly lb'' I,.-:, braiel ���������, of  litpiors and cigar.sj, lb" inleiior (ini-h  of stores and lioU'p,  the excclle'iH- iic-  II ,  l! e pai ly a eh.-ii,ee  losi*,.*   this popular  p'ace, paitalte of Us v, n'ei s  and  enjoy  its   i'aiiioiis  ball) .    A hum    of   excilc-  n.ent appeal, d on hot h *.|c,'ii!ii'i'.> vv lien  ready   to  pull   out, as it   w.'is evident  i here would   he n race  froin   Halcyon  to   Arro", head.     Willi .live   niinin'es'  slai't   ,-iiiil   IS')  pounds of   .sieani", and  < lomls  of  black   smoke   pinning  fioin  li.-r .si.-ick, I he .Minlo .-ooii placed Ihi-ee-  (]u;ii-|ci s ol ,-t mile between her nuil (lie  Ros-laifd, bul il w.-if, noi longunlil  lhe  IlossjniKl had shown hoi supi-rior.power. , mid w ben -she pulled  up even vv ii li  I he Minlo Uio groutcM enl hnsia-in pi (..  vailed   on   bolli   steamers,   and   when  Hearing Anowho.id  I he itos-land', engineer opem tl up   Ihe engine and  lhe.  steamer  glided   gi-.-u .*l ully  a.vay  I" mil  hoi consort noil ielo Ai low In'ad wh.i'i I".  A riisli for cars, a .shiiek   fioin   lhe engine, and   inashoil  lime home again.  A few noticeable   I'eaOnes aboul   lhe  i',\-cui'sioi) ��������� Uiat   might   hpn'clll.   us   in  . ii'ov e|s| ok. ;     In lie.-n ly every  lown   We  j pa-sod    through    plenty   of    lileinliue  vvas disli ilmled llnoiigii I In'   (ins,   I,.]).  | ing .-ill iiliniii,   Ui"  lown,   ii, i,lines,mis  I prospeels,    itt.    (Icveliipini'.'it    ai.il    its  | hope-!   I'm- Ih"   fiil'iie.     We  Inid grand  | oppoi limbic- l.i-t siimmoi-  while pi ess  ��������� nssoi iaiions   from ;i!l   ovei ihe Lbiilnl  i SI,He- and Canada pasted Uinmgh oui  Map of Revelstoke.  Cily Engineer Reek is now engaged  -iu drawing ;i imip of | lie cilvof Revelsloke,on a scale of a hundi p.'l feet l.i  tht* inch. The map will be a large one,  'Ux9 feel, jn si^o. lu one corner of die  map vvill iiebplacod a map of ei;\cr."il  .sections of land to noith of the city  showing Up. locui,a, of ihe cemetery  and recreation grounds.  (Continued on Fourth Page.)  The Strength of the Miners' Union.  The follow ing are, lhe officials figures  of lhe membership oi the Minors'  Unions in 1 he camps in Kooleimy and  Yal": San.Ion :,2(J, Whitewater HO,  Silvei-lon I ."-JO, New Denver .VI, Slocan  Cily IS, Nelson 210. Yimr 12."), Rossland  1100, Phoenix 1(10, Given wood 70, Camp  M.'Kinney .'JO. Six! y.five"'pet cent f)f  the S.uidon ineinhei's are Rriii-h subjects and 7.r per cenl of lhe Whitewalei  inomlier.s. Tiie pi oporl ion in  camp*-is mil, al, h.-iud. There are 2-  members of lhe Xnndnii union employ,  ed in Ih.ilcninp ni   pi(-,enl.  E. A. Bradlpy'left % lhe east Sunday inorning.  Jid. ifarrington  came in 'from   I|le-  cillewajt vesieidav.  W. B. Pool and IL H Jlo'ldi'cli vyent  to Ferguspn Tuesday.,  Swan Anderson came in from Tllecil-  levvnet Thursday evening. "  T. Abriel, of Nakusp, was up vester-  d.-iy, ret nr ii ing home this morning. '  ^ J.  J.    Lan"staff,   the   Trout  Lake  Topic man,  was a   Revelstoke   visitor  this week.  ' Geo. T." Newman came up from  Arrowhead to aitend the funeral of  Mrs. Woodhouse's baby Monday. ���������  J. M. Kellie, M. P. p., left f"or Vic  toria Thursday eveniug.    JJe  will  not  return before the legislature meets.  The boa id of license commissioners  adjourned last night's meeting to Trout  Lake, whciea meeting will be held on  Dec, 30. ��������� _        -  Howard Moore, of the Queen's hotel,  Compidix, came up ui attend the meet-,  ing of the board of license commissioners last night.   . ' '     ���������  AV. J. Magee, bridge foreman un- the  C. P. It., left for his. old home in Ontario Sunday, where'he expects to  spend the winter. ,       "    '  J. I"). Boyd came, down from the  bend Tuesday. Ho and his brother  have been trapping and now have a  fine pack of marten.  W. M. Lawrence returned from the.  Boundary excursion on Tuesday. He  has an interesting letter on that country in another column.      , -   _  This is-   your   opportunity   for good  phot(i������rnplis,    from. lGth-to   29th of.'  December.    Positively termination  of  present visit.     15. H.-Trueman.  R. Tapping'has kindly" given the  opera house to the Church "of'England  Sunday school for their Christmas tree  on the evening of December 20.    .  J. 15.  Kelly has  secured ,u room  in'  the City hotel and   has opened' a first-"  class hai her shop theiein   which i.s receiving a very liberal pattonage.  See the new line of Christmas goods    ���������  at W. M, Lawrence's.     Plated , goods,  Roger's   I St 7,'- fruit   knives "in   cases,  carvers  in   sets   and  cases, plated te.a    *  sets. " f  The,  Mail  deiires   to apologise for1  omitting all mention of the green table  at the rainbow tea, as well  as a"couple  of l.idie*;   wl.o  assisted   at  the tables.  It occurred through an oversight.  Coiliit" and cuft boxes, .gloV'e and  handkerchief boxes and necktie cases.  Some handsome oil's are, em view this  year at the Canada Drug and Book  Co. ,  , *    '   ���������  The Mail  .job room   has be.;n Ihirv   .  turning out calendars this week.    This  year must of our business   men patronized the ho ne print shop in the matter    '  of calendars nnd  ad vei t ising novelties.  Don't ym think a kodak _or camera  would in ike a nice pto.sent for that  friend? I f you do, call at the Canada  Drug and Poole Co. They .have _all '  kinds, together with outfits and chemicals, u  Harry Edwards, our local taxidermist, is now engaged in mountbfg two  magnificent cariboo heads, one for St.  George I liiniineisley, Vancouver, nnd  (he other fur Dav e. Wobsr-ley,' lU'ecille-  wael. Mr. Edwards finished a huge  order for J. Ciilhbert Welsh, of Trail,  last week". Jt consisted of several  hu.-ir robes and a mountain lion rug.  |er  S5  .1. i'. (li-.thain is in Seal Ih; and will  re,ii-h Revelstoke in a few days.  \V. Snider, who was severely injured  it! No. 1 shed about a month ag,,, ps  impiov ing ui'der lhe ..-.irc of Dr. Oar-  ruiheis, and is now able, lo leave his  room at tlie City hotel for a short time  oacli-d:-.v.   '.'���������'���������'  '   The B. C. Mining Record.  The IJ. ('. Miniiig'Recoid supiised i(������  read..rs ibis mouth hy fuming   out   in  magazine' foim and wilh a fine writi'iip  of Va ncouvei  Island in    the   old    (lavs  wli.'ii the while men wno just hegiuing  I lo inake Ihcii* .ippeiii.iiKi'.    The   iiuiii-  | her is pi-dTii-ely   illrisiiatod    with   fine  ; half Iniii's. and conl.(ins   scvi-ni]   good  j Canadian s|,,|j,.--.    Dm Ui.'hc-i r.-ature  j of Ihe   magazine     is-   ('live      Phillips-  Wooloy's new poeii), "Foolish"  ' Death of Thomas RicharJsor. -  i  Tims. Richardson, the vvdl known  Tllecillew-.-iet hotel keeper, died nt II!-  ecillewnet Ttic--d.iy of heart failure.  Mr. Riclinidson'w.-is one of the old residents of this p,,,t nf Koolenay, coming  here ft inn Dorchester, f>nt., 'in ISST^,  shmtly after local ing at Jllecilicwitet!  Tliedec'ensed leaves two children, Mrs.  Nollis. of Ulecillewaet, and a son, John  Richardson, nf Dorchester, Oiit. Tlie  remains were sent east for bmial this  uiorniiig. and weie accompanied by-  Mrs. NtllU.. Mr. \ Richnrdsoii wasiu.  hi-j 08th year at.the time of his t'eath. .,. p-
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Pfii;is'oxi.()sitipii;pviilpevblii'siv(';,of Alive
si uel-,;gr.pllyy.'ic.^^^
pi;p-i(iiisbiAh.iliilb; ihpbChicjigib wo=iJ(rs
limp (hepotnlbiumheiyof eli(ries,iisp,verp
;:S00p:a n tip by/ "tl i e ','��� i i mtppUifeyybqVjksbiip
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it'bvilt bpilecidplpvlici'.help'-('libiHitbCai'ib
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pWiiiiid/'xibiylrlbbii ,dapsbisliiiig.v;.:'by baypp
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b:t l*V-'i>poot'S^iprip(.|:b! t A.vypiibi^
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ypserpitivesb,pe''rfecp,!igby;.lliei'i'b mncIri'i 1Vb '!! ^rlibbssbVityiV!.';>I'iV*be;.jjv?:p.,i;:, 1 nifbMpiViV.vA'i".<L bir-'^_
Sometliine Aliont  tliipMotlier,; of  tlie
a   Great Orntor ami  .Sl:>.(t-.s:ji:iii.   ;
..; Coiiiparatively-fevv people- sire now living who know'::that thi; niotlier of Henry
Clay   once ."kept:.! tavern''���������."iii b Versailles,
Ky.,.nird���'fevvprbstilhi'inyt* ever.'li'ml it, <>c;
cur'to- tluyiri 'that  ha.i  this- ii.it; liooii'llie.
c.'iso Chiy vvouUl' most'probably not have
come to Iv on 111 t:.hy 'bi t ,:��� 11; ';b pbbpp. !:'!'/''. 1-
, The'  'Viilkiiis   familyb arrived'; in������' Vcr-
Siiil.p.synljont'tlie close i;f tlit: fighlociilli
ce'iili.rryb' hi-iii.gihg bwith    iheni , quite '/a
retiniie of. slaves. :  1, 'ui'.'i.v bsn.y, right lier-t*
tiiat: ,therey--is';..-'littleaf. 111 mliitioii.  for, .-'.lit'.
popular idea t lint  II rury: pln-.v's':', hoy hood
was spent,in'y-thet"<itiii('isIilit|r��':J,i��f-':'P!>vert.v','
obscurity and nbsdllite vv.-inil bTlic'iublli-'
prp of btlieb "Si ill;; Boy a bf   tlio "Slashes,"
Elizabeth : Hmlsonb vvas  11   nienilier of a
wealtliy������;��� Virginia family, and in..,vvoddiiis
the ritey.pibliii .Clii'v;,; (nfJtj!ib wlibse ;il("ntlib
��� sheyinariieil.-"Henry; W-iltniis)jslibbnini--
a'l-iedbintoyy.'ibyfiunily: of���-t'(jii:ll   proiiiiiroiift*
bwithyher ovvn." a TliCiClnys iind -Hiulsoiis
bprpbalily blivedbyiiib ;ilibbyriithei-; gbrippus
;st.vle of 1I10  Virgin in gen fry, rind , if the
;lt(_p  J(ilui;.Clay,bvyas  /|)oiu-;.;it;Pv:is'  bn>y
doubt diie'lti tlie (b-v.-isl.ntion Wrought -li.v';
,l!p; Rovbliilioh'ai-ybpbV-'    I.i   ibextibbiiolyb
unlikely; thathis' ibiv-t'i-ly.ci.iild. li:ivo-l)i;e!i
so "groat  !is.;btl:i- tsttn-y, lbotik.s  vvotil.l bbnyep
.'Upbelieve.' ���'; r'--;'.".--, ���;'.���_,p../i;'y .;;/"pb'baA'bppy aP 'p-
byHonry.-bCla^- pdiij phot 'biicc'iiinpiiiiypiiis1
; nio! liprbnn.It's; :f if;ii'li('raiublv('iitiicky.,;'i.,!il;
bi-otiiiiinod  in'' Uiclm11.ini  iis; .le|iufyvM;i . I hi1
bins' legiilaslii(li(!pbb'l'l:('b;'i\'a;ikiiis('s:'s!iiii-r:b
ylyplbpl-y cli;ii-gt';'b()fa,thebbinly.ydi.)Sloh-y.a.iiib
.Vepnil|os,;;nlidjaAViiikins'.; fayol-n'bblicp
pIMi(-ybliii(l yirbty.-nystbi-yasipiipbuyise*-' builtb
ppljtAlllVvs f<>!'lii't*p��il*-iM:lil)b .b-t!l*<^t*I''bi1M*l : Ouiii't a
-;;S'iuai'pby II011 ryy ^11��� 1.-u it'tvy: 11 y. 111 :n  1 iii 1 ca.
anpst.iiicUinsan iiiipii'Ho'.vvnnl g.iyi'i'n.u- of���-
plvbiilbokp -b Sut'Ii byjilil t-V-s ,.;vver(pap sort ..ip
llolilicnl dloilihiliiii-toi-sbillid'ba. reiiilezyous;
bhiy ap Vi ��� I ilii ea when; news- frnyoledb'onlp
C'l'i i,t (��� 1 lelpiis;pp I^t>'; I !��� bl t-kI bi 1 !��� 1 ]'s/^ a pi'p(J 1 :i yk.
vtli('.,.y\y.-ilkiii!-(',s .'and ,iVlli(*r,b|ir(iiiiiii(*iitbnii.*ii
',hp douhl ab planned p'riiripiri'jiisbfii ab'A^vi)-'
b kins',atpvb!i-ii,'';.:'ni]dbbliei-o;p( 'biiei-iipbLiiV;
bf aye no; was ;qi!!ertiiiiiod!ii3'l&lib yypPpapy-
bWilli:,(lnrk;liiiii'���.���fi!idVi*.vt*st'iiii(l/'rosy (���jiboksb;
������'; slr'o ;vvhjpjp yiiiiistbeiitei-fiilliiligppnvi'i-sil-a
b ti.mii|ip:b,Slibv;!i;i(lb.apw(;II bi'iiiuidodpand
���:,-.,sii.'i.i'|i.t,rl.v.!: figure. ..."'.nd. iiossosscdagroaI; yigni".
;p)T iniiiil iiiid hndy/fciiortfirsiyiinshiiiiilbilieb
blb'v-bblplui '���.- .01 tl ,\-;- b 9 V i i l.( ��_l 11 j .v.".;:t i'V"i i '.ij.Jt; i."i I ^b fi'i 1.1 .v-.'b
y;lnspvil-o's;cliii!-niS,pf(ii-. iii'.uiiikin'pliis'willby
ylpblubbo  tii:iii;.:'(ii!.c(*,. givbsp!i!-o(:!ip!usypiiib
;j/ _i ri'i S\- i x t -;��� 111 i m ���- "a "j i'i 1V t. li i''.i_i;:-t* r,i A.' 1 i'i L;s>! 11'iii *"'Vo i'i".!.��. 11 js.! i ���-;"..'
ppbjppUHVai'ibtli'brpilb nine pin(_b-On.a slup
biibiiTicil b IJoni-pyb\Viip':ins,!A'-Abbpi('giiibt;
;.p!iil::!iecbiri|)lplii*il;pi;iiili|r*'inir!: (if :ii;'bbr<)i':
wli(niipli('bi'il'l(*r\v-nr(!.'liiiri' seven; cliildron//
'bbSlrsPWpilkiiis yvbiis  fiillb ()f/:'s|iii-ip 11 i< ji '
: ��� \V:i! k i lisao lb-1 .ex i ngt on i-i'p ro vopp .II ('psny's b
prliiit pib<* Ainy^-iXii'A .tlii'p
^,;. I i.'H iii; ;;01 .-'*V*i- bi I��t"'.^'- I;t'r I t'J .slip', tji i I '���"> ii t * I '.\,'I'tViM t ��l"i Vtr' b
', iiiailipnbi-iii.laini.bbVibginiap nudbliiAmeiVb
;.loyipl;i(oil: iirr-bpiiioi'''.'abM.i-s.b.Clnyy i!('!!:'i;; -
.oi!i|iliOdb'iib.s;i(.kp!faoiiinyoirbiiy inl_l(bpiud;
tbldbhoippi piltV'blh'iiVb'I'.iraliorpusbos; 'As
's(pibaspTnrlbipiipli*ib;;pIrsb;tJI;iy sc!-iiiii*(i
, ..'���tI: ��� .* -..? * I' Vlr L'.Vt: .'.in*.:.'!'.'.' .1J ? .t J i.l!*.,^��'i i) ���-".<.: I r"r: s l.li 11. ��� ���' i" j i.ri.*; vy-'-
bip;;iii-;p:;{|;o' ;iii;<b bMiiyiiigayiiiapblioit-blinrid1
���b- ? ".f-'lipi t! I (1 \ ;"-;-;i 'i_< i t-.-'l./1 W*.p_Pi i'H I'M s iX;i l'_-"';.'."\\-"i i 1 ir/,.-'_ I tVf 11. i'^t'!.!"?
bspldpAS|_p.p,_,_._p; t_,a p;i\py lb'b:ry; nb lib liib:
py'iiiiiuipniupi ��� i'<*vi't-f-iit-i'dphy'AI'biisp!v\Mp>
b.kiio;wb:brbvyeM.pU;.lbvvil lipbli'ikiiiptiiiil.i villa;
"' A..iiobu/tilup'yebpaisif, !-j!iip-A\1iikiubb"
;-.   j!;  .,-Koot��nay,Lodg-e
i'*-0K- '���' No. 15 A.F. &. A.M.
'by* . * ���. The reijular 'ineetiny
^^pgpaaj;p>^, iir'eheld in the J\l.-is-
^3^3^k^L^CS f nicTeiiiplc.IJoui-neV
SiS^liiiCSpKKss^lJ'-dl, ���OH-.Mlie third
-**"-mjj&fl&g=0M o ii d a;-:.-i.i) eii'ch'
sb^5fe-p^?"^b^gi?, inonthb: n-t .8 p.onb
5^.-5==-V'-yisitiiiK 'b'r'ietliTrui
G. S. FLiXGT, Si-cni&A3!Ab!
-^��-��sfe4ss b      Hegiiliiriiiecf-in'firs are lieid
:r<��wM%^^'"���"��� 0d'lfcIlo^'s! H)l11 every
etn-ilially welcomed.
pbjroortEv x. g. ;!;..,��� At cATjiQivipsoxbSEc.'
. SELklRK LODGE, NOb 12, I. O. 0/F A
','';������'���"������""���'������ " ���'"   "���������  '   "b: Meets (ivci-y Tricsdav
,,.,   ..,,   ��^�����^.  a.'ovoniiifr in Odd fi'llbw-s-
rVS       WA^t^pb^HiiHba'iite   S- ;o"cldck;
r,r     , s-/�� <^v/  -�� A'isitiiiwbi'ttthren eoi--
���^s^/dially  invitfrd  to  nt-"
. ' ..P'yt-.p.': ��� ppapayp:_- teii'l.,,';."-'... -j.���'.'.������' ...-.'"b-'P
Jt PA Illicit; X!;GP': b! bP;bjpMp'niiKrsKc.:
!bpy; i.,'ob,F,,Npi ;3:Gibb!;b.
Aleets iri tlio:'Oiitl.fuli'o'.w.s
-'JJail 1 tni. ihe. seeond iind ���
fourth Jibndiiys.of- eiieh
lviqiitb.b, Visitiri^���bi't'lh-
iJpi:.'OAjii?HKiA,b=b .icbnbj/A.ionxsbN]'
py.f.t^;.-C.iU{^p.{:::;yya'bb';;p:b :���-;/;;';-vyi;:;:S;.'y;-;.:;^.pp
*<f 'ff'fy wf ��� !fi."i(f^f'jP-Kpy.'t6';��iKikpAPelecti<m!
"^Ab!,:"-! b'b.Coiiie kjii.'J^bfai!!l'rj��� j 1 iiv-!o''''y;i>m!.'-c:li;tiic!��b,,i':.b;.Ap !���������:������ a   ���" :-i.--^ ���i;*?:-:--y'-':>;,:
^[, -".:.-" vy;-1: vba^pppiypbiy^REVELSTOkE .STATION, Bb'c.;'"';! '������- fff f v
Gold Range Lodge,
b;'-;i;.K.;of -,'P.,:Ko. 20;
abb iKOVOlE iolEO,, 3.6,
. Meets: every Wed lies-
adiiy 'Lii Odd J''cllovvs;
"'���'��� Visit'nJ5-'���Knights in-
���Ii5'-!ii>-'t'piiic'b-\vlir^;hbi^';bc6ii!iy.h"it4r-.tl'r6"'ti,i to'tit/i'oiv'oP-"'
tlie inniiyb,. l.'.efbi-o.yoiiriiiiltoiinel-jlor.piii'ehiisi;
ol'il' SUIT;- .1 list./ l;e'.-ii*;; li'B'tii ib '"'iii i iicK ".'Out-' vvbi-li-b
liieir: i-e(:."iveb>fiiii"��pity,aQur SLil'I'IXGS !irfc;ihe:
best;1 quality.a nil liioii.jy.srieiilpvvith' "i!sbi'ever,ls'
into the-eli.ihhels of :trade'-in,'yonipon-ii cilyb
*'\\"ti,b;ii'iiii" giyobybupli.tpiiidb (iiiisliy/ejiiiari-bbniiyb,
,;in''(:'iiiiii(Iii. ab Gotbdiii'/jiriiit^s -ai'i'.t exaiiiiiie tiiiV
I'oijds iiiid...JiU-tisOil'iisliitiir-pliites;.
Poapy-o p a .JJUSsiobp (S^a
J^ I ei'tiliti iil*.b-*I^i;i 1 rijv^./i'ip^ip.Ab!'-; /;!t-i4o::.?:'AC::"r.*' v-^-'JAK-'i-.-P-./^.f'"'". ".;,;.���
aXJf'Obl'ICKpTliupbAi'i'tivvheiid 'bii'rdb y'l-Cobleiiayb
.-IX / : Rail vviiy. Cbni |iaiiy;(iiicoi'|i(.)i-atod.'.by tail
nel/of;'t-h(kleg'islal.iiruygipHriiisli: (.,'olnnVliUi,-Ol
Vietoi*i;i,'C'l!'.il)t-ei' .1.7) vyill;; iipjjly.top the .1'iii-lr.a-,,
liK'iit, of -.���..Oiiiifi.diiVrit.v. it's,tii est. session  foibnn acV
deeliiriiiK lho; vvonls-vyhiuha the. coni p.'iny .is;lij''.:.
. its net, olt;iiieorpoi'iitioiitiuil,lieiri::t'd'ttti coiis'ti'iioV
,1,0 ho'work's; fin* the general'iiflvniiliige, of (..Vie,
;;ii(l!i:(u'x1o.ii(liiis,totl,li(! endof /l-libibyiNtr illllabllitb
��� |.e-i'io(l/vvil,liin vvhiehbifliet't'oni; any���:��� iiuiyt c'rtnV-*'
:;|)llit(J"iU'.vvoi'lt; ii11ii���;;j-c:\-"iiir:bsu;'��� li*.-' jk-jwci-s'ito ' fjli<,���,
.coinpaiiy.iis to the a.inaiiil.'.iainy: .-iiiil.. biteratiiigf
or.disiJosiiiHofpitsbrailw-i'iytiind --^vvork'-i iisbiiro''
tiisiiii I ly g-i veil' to.;, rail way beoni p'ai'iiasa.i ii ebrporj.
Jiit-od by ilia piirliiuiieiittpf OiiriiulirVb bbb, - .,J-:"'-f,';';t"
;;p';'a;'Hy order of llie  I'i'ovisiiinal'llfrfcc'tors:  'p*
bS''M:-^ OQtl^bGpcerie^
....       .......      .���,-,;���      ,--������   ������������-,    -���   .���ii?-IUetUNdI,V,..--.*.-.ea!tei!.-',;.-. 'lily ���,'liieii - \it<*|-.*    ll.iw.
fire '���tireI.tJsp:i'nb-yt!,;.pir-''-.e,il'_Vrl^
;,.������'  ' apt.,".'���'���'-'/��� ���'.:'.. ,-i bb. b  ,a  -b a!b- -.- ' -���   - tj;,-!!i;*d..;/n.'���!!,'::!." I'opip!.;;ml.-;,.j|   was "bun Ain-eja
s nowahiippupJiis pniy iiicp'nHispii^oj u;jb,!eiii.;d.;^
-the pieties of btheii'! b.pp.meii'is.���.'.���-X.lV'"-ix"-]:';���*l-:.>v''"��i:"-^'--:tiiJ"b'''<-���>: v<i-K"."t'Ii*���>'.��-sii-'f".-!.!--!'.. n'-pi ;wrig
'   Red swill, be eyeii more ,popular for the
���'l.V.l.ill'J.P.V'-'i".*:.!. wyintoipthiiii it liiis .bebnbthe
..pist;siii))p!br.yb;yb.apbtP:; A.:i;:p;, :.pp.^_y bp.at 'b
!';... Soine of tiioiiewbitirtcfipos forbtlie cold
(l.-iy-sofjatebniitiinih'.'ni.o': fnsliioiied to fit'
ihe sliotililors.���closely nnd i-on'eli':l,ielow the
'yw;aiKti:bTh(p,lihveyliigl!. styiisli.p()jiai-s.��;'
.ll!i.stsoii.soii'.bi.syi)ot cbns!'dbi-b(i-,iis���.t'iishiou;
,nblo...as;'pea iv'tie; snip sntiii ii)ati'lusse,bvi6-'
j, ,- .,..;,.,;:���;,.   ,.,,. p.;',...:..- .   a.,;.. . taria   silk,,, f iiil!o,;Abi'iig;i lineb ri udb other
fffy-f jApiV LP!!'! 0 A iPpIlliAlSyibyAX 13;.;' Ap^-
���:;': jtoybl Sohcbi blaiVl IneJiplViiirltJliitv! --.p-jba bppp
jt Seven yeai's'iit;5loi'l'a;\yo;-Us..SvY!iiise;L;v a;p :':
;-,:���':'.Severi leini1: yeni's 'triiiefbOlieniist  t'o .AVigiui
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a THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  HOWPAPEE IS RULED  METHODS FOLLOWED IN PREPARING  MODERN STATIONERY.  Tlie  rtulins: Machine  Is am Iiiterest-  ,   iJ>ar I'lecc of "Ueeliuiii.sin, In Which  '   iJ'lc Is I'-ed lo the l*eii������ by Strips of  ,    '���������   Flannel on Strings of Vitrn.  How many people who pick up a small  memorandum    hook   full   of   tiny    blue  squares  know of the manner or process  ,   b.v which the iiues :iro traced?    The majority  of people,  if naked this question,  . will  immediately answer that the work  - is done* after tlio i33aiiiier of all ordinary  printing���������on a fast press making so many  ,   thousand  revolutions per minute.    Hundreds of business men!  perhaps,  who order  their  ledgeis,  day   hooks',   journals,  ,   billheads,   etc.,   from   the   printer   know  little different than tlmt the men who set  iUic typo and operate the presses arc* nlso  responsible for the red, blue; purple and  other colored lines that run perpendicularly and horizontally over the pages in  ,    their business books.  " .AH tho larger printinirt establishments  have book binderies nt niched, and here  the lines and special columns with which  a man may want his .stationery marked  are put on', and not in the pressroom  proper, as might ho supposed. There are  , two places in Pittsburg whore lhis. work,  is^ done exclusively, nnd nil except tho  few larger printing houses send their  work to he lined, or, prolos>,ionnlly speaking, ruled, in these establishments.  -  "At a paper itiling house on Second nvenue, where a repoiter wn tolled, the methods of forming colored linos, (he operator  in, charge  of the mac'liuies  that  do  the  work explained  many of the'difliculties  encountered in''nceoinpli*-l)iiig the delicate  .'tracings.   /J'he paper ruling machine re-  . : sei'nblos an old   Washington  linnd   press,  with which" our forefathers'disseminated  ...the news.. It .coni-ists of six uprights, be-"  tween four of which are,set two systems  of rollers.   Kijpin a food stand a  hoy or  girl adjusts'tho paper that is carried for-  .  ward, traced, sent underneath through a  scries   of   blotter   covered    rollers   nnd  'eventually   discharged   between   the  last  two uprights in much the same manner  nsthe completed  newspaper is  vomited  ,  from the printing press.  The peii'with.which the ruling Is done  . Is liy far the most interesting part of the  ���������' .mechanism. This i.s a grooved brass affair about .111.inch and n half long, containing at the top what is called a howl,  Into which the ink is passed to the groove  nnd tlionce transferred'to the paper. If  o dozen lines, for in.-t.-meo, nrt* to he  ruled, a dozen pens, set at nny required  distance apart, aie employed. Tliciao are  adjusted to a beam over the wide blanket  on vyhicli the paper is carried, and the  .,; howl's,of the pens uro kept constantly  supplied with fluid from n strip of line  flannel saturated with the color of.bn'ik  desired.    ' ���������  i    When more than one color of line is to  be traced, ,sti"imrs of line yarn are snaked  1 with ink, placed at the top of the wooden*  ,,l)C3iii   nnd the cuds nin do to lie'right in  the bowls of tlie, pens.   Over the strings  .  of yarn .is  placed  the saturated   llaiinol,  nnd on top "of, that is-put a tliin sho^t of  1   tin or copper.'   From  this sheet   arc  run  - more strings of.yarn containing .-mother  'color of-ink,  and  those .yarn  ends drop  into the bowls of. other [ions nt the side  of tho.se giving the first color., When the  jpens   are   propeily   adjusted,   llie   colors  ,wil,l  not mix, even though  nt  times, the  ..,lines- are. no further iipail  limn  the five  j hundredth   pan, of nil   inch.   Those  who  wiil take the" trouble to look at the hmi-  .zontal lines nt tlio top of their billheads  'nnd   notice  the  purple  lino  bclvv'oen   tlio  'two parallel red 'ones, leaving'.a scarcely  1'perceptible lmugin.nf white, may appro-  , ciiite* J he' gx'tio'inoly   intricate  hntmo  .if"  HAD  FUN  WITH  THE FORTER.  A Joke Tlmt Someirhnt HeMemblcd B.  Tivo Edited Sword.  ''The traveling men employed by a certain cracker 'factory of this city," said a  New Oilcans drummer, "have nil their  grips In holed in big black letters, ���������Dynamite���������Handle With Care.' Wherever  they, go the inscription makes more or  loss talk, aud it i.s a pretty good -air for  the house. 'One day a large sample case  arrived by express at a hotel in a little  town not far up llio count ry. nnd on one  side was the familiar dynamite lettering.  The luggage had been sent ahead of a  traveler who was expected next day,  and, being on to the cracker factory gag,  the clerk thought he would have some  fun with n'green porler' who had just,  been engaged.  office,  ho  pointed  out  the case  and  told  liim   tn  cany  it   up  stairs.     The   poller  'read  the inscription and  turned pnle as  death.  " 'Sense "ine,   sir,   but   I'd   rather   not  touch that thing,' he said.  ",'Oh. bosh:' replied the clerk. "What  are you nfraid'of*r" and walking over to  the grip he gave it a kick that,sent it half  across the olhce. The, porter- let nut a  yell like a (Joninip'ho and started for the  ��������� door. 'There\s no danger in dynamite,,  i'said'the clerk, giving the, thing n few  more jolts, 'and if you don't take it up  stairs right away I'll ccrtninlv have you  lirod."  "The poor pmtor picked up the' case  , very gingerly ninl. holding it nt a nil's  length, began tn mount lhe stairs? Sov-  era I employees made a point of bumping  into him on the wn.v. and when ho returned ^ ho was biilliod in cold sweat. Of  course evoiyhody Iind a big laugh, and  the matter wns forgotten 'until , next  morning, when n bind: whiskered gentleman walked in and wrote his name on  the register.  ' " "I had my giip sent on ahead,' he remarked as lie laid down (lie pen., 'Has it  arrived yet?'  "'Ves, sir? said the clerk. 'It's here  'nil right!    How i.s the cracker business?'  " 'O.'ieker business!' exclaimed the  stranger, looking surprised. Tin not in  the.cracker business.'  " '.What- do  you  do  then?'  asked   tlie  clerk, getting white about the gills. ,  ffj   " 'I'm on  my way  to the salt  mines,'  said the black boarded man, 'to sell 'cm.  sonic, explosives. |  ���������"J'he clerk held on*"tn ,the'counter with  both hands. Tic re,, boy!'* he yelled,  'bring, me some water quick! I'm afraid  Ii'ni going lo faint.*"���������New Orion us  Tinios-.Dciiiocrnt. N  THE  THORN'S  DAY.  5c preen the hedges sliri-.v. and d(-lrrate  With fairy leafajrc!    Nothing tan abate  The creeping, vernal titlt; of happy f-priiift,  Which, a; vre cazs, submerges evert thing.  From rain ivy-'n'ij ori!iari"s.  o'er llie ������y������5cs wet,  Shakui '.villi ���������rufU- the rlicrrt   !>!os=or;K fall,   l  And appk' boughs are bii<J,Jrris on tire wall���������  Only the thorn is tiovferlcss vet.        '  Bet soon the may will bloom and fail and pass.  Brief 3= llie dawn dew tiianmi i ing on  (lie grassl  And then what shyer s-pecdwells will look up,  While pool; are drap'd wnh  water buliereup!  And overhead the  vniip^ ojk  houghs fchall sway '  Crushing their goidui  Icjvis in  under strife  'And murmur liirour.-!i our talk of love and life���������  "Only the, ihorn lus had lis day."  ���������Pall  Mall" Gazette.  THE  NURSERY.  Orders left at my  stables will have  speedy attention.  W. FLEMING������������������av  .      Scalds  and   burns   are 'more   fnfnl   in  Calling the mail into'thecia<'.|,i|drcn   than   in   adults.     The   blisters  arising from lhem should never be cut.  ,   Do not st.ullc n cliilil.    .Many nervous  diseases can he traced to a sudden noise  or alarming object frightening and startling tlie infant.  Every part of a child's body should be  warmly clad except (lip, head. To keep  the head too warm increases the tendency to brain 'disease, so very common  among chil.bon nowadays.  Xe.vt after vvarniih children need freedom��������� freedom for movement in nil limbs.  They want to exorcise I heir muscles even  in.ire than their brains, and they never  will  lie quiet or slaid  unless lhey ure ill.  THE  VAMPIRE   VINE.  of  Uho'iiiljuslmetiU required to produce such  nn effect.  I    As many colors as may be desired are  ,possible of being ruled at one impression  'or passages of llie paper ovei' the blanket.     It   is   also  possible  hy  the   use  of  more than  one beam ,<m  the ruling nin-  tr;ico   varying .lengths   at   the  ,eliiiio -to  'siin'ie time.' Kor instance, all tho hori-  .'zoiil.il dines, say, n:t> ruled, ami it i.s intended io rule n certain number of the  (perpendicular** from the uppermost hori-  , ir.ontal below the margin and another sc-  , [ries from n horizontal n quarter or a half  ��������� inch farther (lown the pa per.    H.v the use  of cams the. paper is'inado to meet the*.  ���������_I*it'iis ���������nhachcil ,to' the  lirsl  beam  at  the  , jrjjrlit .time to catch llie upporiiKisl hori-  Eput.-il. -Those linos aro lraced, nnd lhe  "-5. paper  passes on   ntuler  the pens in,the  .'second boiun. and the tracing, begins e.\-  jnctly at the next horizontal, line descrih-  ,ed-     By  the use of the same cams the  tracing  can  be stopped  and   roiumed  at  any part.of lho paper.  iji   l'ix'trJiordinary care must nl\vnysc ho ex-  i'preised, by..tlie operator lost   the moving  ���������',strings.' which  steady  llio "paper on   lhe  .blanket, come .in  com net  with the  pons  '[nnd .thus destroy llio work hy causing lhe  '.'bjlnk-.to run nil over the paper.    lie-must'  Inlso, with the aid of.n brush, l'eed ink to  ,tlie lliin.'nol that in turn passes to the yarn  'strings hanging in the howls of the pons.  ��������� There is little danger of the How; boeoiii-  ��������� ing at any time too heavy, hut if the fluid ,  Js not properly fed the lines will vary'in  'distinctness.  . [   'J'he consistency of the ink used in nil-  ��������� ,ing is much thinner than water, rendered  go by the npplioation of oxgall. Alinoht  'nny quality of paper i.s cnpablo of being  [ruled, even to the llhnsy material used in  hianifoklhig. The work- of ruling is slow  .compared with the modern' niolhods of  turning out printed inatcriiil. hut'this is  made necessary by the e.vtreniely delicate  n'nlure of the work and',the exceeding  care that must always be observed.���������  Pittsburg News.    -,  [j He  !'iotec(<-<l   lire  CU'i-k.  / A typical story of Lord Cuir.oii is llie  followTng: A government clerk in India  'on a ^visit to his homo ovorsiaid his  leave a dny'or two and vvas dismissed by  tlio head "of his department. As lire man  .had over "0 years' service lie appealed  to the viceroy, and in duo course (ho bead  ;,-tvns nsked to explain. Ho gave lhe reason for the dismissal as general '.incompetence. The viceroy ordered the clerk  to be reinstated and wrote hcross (lie report that in his opinion tlie incompetence*  lay'with the man who took 20 years to  discover such a slioi-leoining in his clerk.  i  Didn't Cure Pur It.  ''   Wnli.ish���������Are   you   fond   of   repartee,  Miss Olive?  Miss Olive (of Si. Louis)���������No; I  would  not give one cup of colTet* for all the tea  1 ever saw.���������Chicago News.  A   Plant   Tlmt   Drain*   tlie' Blood  I.IvliiK   A ii I mills.  The octopus has hitherto been regarded as tlio most baleful and horrible of all  created things. There has, . however?  beenu discovered in Nicaragua a .plant  'which is ns fearsome as the devilfish. It  - Is n vine called by the natives, "the  devil's snare," and it seems literally to  drain the blood of any living thing which  conies', within, its death dealing touch.  A naturalist who has recently .returned  from Central America relates the finding  of this singular gro.wth in ono of llu*  svyamps which surround the great lakes  offlNiciirngua...,.'      '_ .. .        '     !  He was engaged" in" hunting for botanical nnd entomological specimens  \vben he heard his dog 'cry out ns if in  llgony from,u distance. Running to ihe  spot', he found the dog enveloped in a  network of what soonio'd to bo n lino  i-opelike tissue of'roots and fibers. The  ���������vino seemed to_.be composed of hare in-  ��������� terlnciiig stems, resembling'the branches  of the weeping willow denuded of leaves,  of n dark,hue and covered witli, a thick  viscid gbiin that' exuded from..tiie pores.  Iirawiiig his knife, he endeavored to cut  'tlio' animal free, but it was only with the  greatest didicnlty he succeeded in sever-'  ing the'fleshy,' muscular .fibers. To his  horror and' iunny.einont the .naturalist  (hen saw Hint'the dog's body wns.blood  stained, while the skin appeared to have  been actually ' sucked or puckered in  spots, nnd the animal. sfiiggered as if  from exhaustion.  In cutting the vine the twigs Pturned  like living, sinuous fingers, and ��������� it ' required no slight force to five the hand  from its clinging grasp, which left the  flesh red nnd blistered. The gum exuding from the vine was of n grayish  dark tinge, remarkably adhesive, nnd of  .1 disagreeable iiuimnl odor, powerful and  nauseating to inhale. , The native servants , manifested the greatest horror .of  the vino, which lhey called "the devil's  snare," and were full of' stories of its  death dealing powers., lis voracity is almost beyond belief, its power of suet inn  being. contained iu it number of in-  finilpsiinnl mouths. If the substance it  BC'i'/.es Is animal, the blood i.s drawn off  nnd the carcass dropped. On a lump'of  raw meat being thrown to it, iu the  space of five -minutes llie'blood is drunk  off and the muss tin-own aside.���������Sc.iiti.sli  Nights.  Wine That I.s N'cvcr.SoIil.  Tho most costly and precious wine in  tlie world i.s that cont.'lined iu a cask  tunned the Rose, in the P.remeii town hall  cellars. This Rudeslioini. of the vintage  of (he year l(i."i.'{. is of tho color of old ale  (Hid has n wonderful aroiiin. It is iwvi'r  sold, but is'used exclusively for the sick  of Bremen, the only exceptions' having  been when a small bottle vvas presented  to ICmperor Willinin I, another to'Fred-  crick IH and one to Prince Bismarck.  The supposed money value of this wine  is sometiiing beyond credence, but. ,ns it  is never sold, this detail is of slight importance. Old us it i.s, it is improbable  that nny but coiuinis*.'i>urs could gel it  down, ns the taste is sonioiliing teniiic.  I VJjoIs o*' men," said Uncle I-lben. "who  "lins"great forethouglit an lirilliiiiif afterthoughts falls-'lo''Kit nloim. ciise dey  nin' got. no time let" for do rltflit now  tUouuhls."���������W'slilnBtcm !3|.ai".  On Mount IVasli inglon,  The lir.sl liousc biiih on Mount Wash  ingtoii for llie sheller nf tiavolois wa- a  little stone slriicliue cilli'il the Summit  House, orecteil iii,IS."ilI The Tip Ton  Homo wns built in 1*-;.".'! and is ������till  standing, hut not now used. Next in order of iniprovoiiieiil came llie singe mad  from llie f!leu House ip lho top of the  mountain, built iu lS.".1-t;i. soon followed  b.v tin* railway in bSlili-U!l anil llio pies-  out Summit llni'se In 1 ijT'-i and opened I"  the public In bSTo.  The  OlrnfTc nn  Acl.ir,  liraffe lias such powers of mimicry  that, iiltlinugh its- size might bo .supposed  to inako il a conspicuous object In it- enemies, ihe most pini'ticcd eye Iin*. been  deceived b.v the aiumnl's resemblance to  one of llio dead and I,lasted tree trunks  wliieli abound in its li.ir.uls.  The Mcnnt'.si  .linn.  'The meanest man  in llu* vvnil.l  |s tl:o  husband w|io placed bis purse In a mouse  ..trui) so that'his' wife could not got it in  'the eiiriy inoi'itii'iif without liberating .n  ta-JUSC, b  NAKUSP HOUSE  Newly Opened  Furnished and Supplied  A FIRST CLASS HOUSE  I. A. .SNOWMAN, ppod,  THE GIRLS.,-''  When a woman asks you "to be candid,  she expects you to be o(implimentnry just  the Mime.���������Chicago News. >  Don't be in a hurry, girls!    The twentieth century is n-goiug to have VM leap ,  years.���������St. Louis Republic.      , ,  ' A woman believes a man when he says  she is" sensible, even though'she has but  a moment since believed bini when he  said she wns pretty.���������Detroit Journal.  There  are  lots' of  women   who  think'  they are putting on style,  but  who only  create   the   impression   that   they   must  have     escaped     the     censor.���������Atchison  \*>lal*ja.  SOO PACIFIC LINE  illWITUIIIilllWflUIIMIMHIIIIIIIIIII  Highest Cash Price Paid for  All .shipments .ire examined by me ns  .soon as they arrive., Prompt return'! assured. Prices are too high to, warrant  holding goods for any length,'of, time.  .Ship often mid keep posted on the returns  you get from ' ,  G. W.  . O. box SHU.   ���������  ALDWIN,        ';  Agent for .las. Ullma  ' Winnipeg, Man.  '-.. America's Great  Trans-Continental Route  .   Quick Time!   ,  o* "  '   Good Service!  i o i < ,  First,Class and Tourist Sleepers  Through  From Ocean to Ocean !  >      <       ''���������  oTickets Issued Through   and Bajj^nge  ' Checked to Destination.  CHARLES  TOBACCONIST  A new stock of B. B. B.,  G; B. D. an:l L. &".Co.'  for the Xina.- trade.  Daily Trains  .ItKVKLSTOKK  Knsl     ,  5.20 leave    ���������  TO jVND VltOM KOOTKXAY  8.10 leave ,   '   ���������  Wet  leave 17.30  I'Or.NTS.  arrive 1C.1.5  -r^^^  V*--'"  'Ltd.J.ty.  Manufacturers '' and  dealers, in   all. kinds,  of '     c  Rougb. and  Dressed  B^.*3^-S44-������.*.4������*.*.**.**-*&g  *) . **  <> . to  *J������ Also shingles,   mouldings   base to  J; beards, casings, finishing bun- V  $x bur, extra wide clear pine nnd $p,  4} cedar.   Long piinansion timber to  Jj' cut to order.    A   large  assort- W  q. inenl of .-ensoul d  lumber kept Jp,  ���������4? on hand in Ihe yard  and sheds to  *? at KovcMol-o  hy   the  to  pioneer JJ  -lumber ('eider of ICoole i.iij if.  who also has hud considerable1'.*  cNpcricucc iu tnsto'rii Cnniuhi fa  which enables him to enter for ^5.  what the builder requires. You'*  will always Iind him- ready for JJ  business, fo  to  4? Prices right*.   Discount  for  *J    cash,    heave your order. ^  <^-y-$-4"^5-Av^*i^-''5r*5������?������-*--**-W  <-i  ���������i'i  "*  **-  ���������a  ^>"lt  |R. Tapping-,  Agent,  Revelstoke.  The   Canadian   Pacific  . ������ Steamship ''.'.Co.' 's  STEAMER'S  ''   tllO.SSLiANi) and IvOOTf3NTAV  Leave Arrovyheud daily foi* all  points in.lCool-  , enny, making uouuujl.iou nt, Natcn-ik fur nil  points on Nakusp   &   Slocan   railway   it nil  Sloc-in Lake.  Close, conned ion at, Ilobson   for  Nelson nnd all  Kootenay   Lake anil  liiver points, and for  '"   Trail. Kosshind and points south.  l'"or.full' inforinnlion," tickets, maps,  etc., call  '    on or address  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, ltevclstokc.  Or to  W. l'\ AXDKIiSON,  Trav. Puss. Agent.  Nelson. M.C  J. COYLIC,,  A. G. P. Agent.  Vancouver, B.C.  Kootenay Railway &  Navigation Company  Operating Kaslo & Slocan I'nilway,  liiternafioiiiil Navigation & Trading  Company.  Schedule of Time���������Pacific Standard Time  Kllectivo .lime l!), "tin.   '  -Kaslo & Slocan Railway   .  ' Passenger train for Sandon and way stations  leaves Ivtislo at Sn.in.; daily, icfiirning, leaves  Sandon at I.l.i p.m., arriving at Iviislo :{.,",.", p.iu.  International Navigation and Trading  Company  Opunitiug on Kootenay Luke nnd Hirer.  S.S. I.viTitNATiONAi, leu ves Kaslo for Nelson  at fi ii.ni. daily except Sunday; returning, leaves  Nelson nt, l.Hl) p.m.. willing at Half our, I ilot  Iluy, Ainsworlli, rud all way-points; connect'"  with **l.(!iiiner Alberta , to 'and from Honnur's  Kerry. Idaho; al-o wilh S. K & N. train to nnd  from Kpnl'iinc, nt Kivo JMilo Point.    "  S. .S. Amikkta hiavo.s Nelson for Honnur's  Kerry, Tuesdays nnd fsaturdays at 7 a.m.. meeting slciuncr International from Kuslo at, Pilot  Hny: retui'iiing. loaves Honnor's Kerry nf 8ii.ni.  Wednosdnys and .Sundays.  Lardo-Duncrm Division  .Sleiuner Interiinlional leaves Knslo for Lunlo  and Argenld at 8.I.5 p.m., Wednesdays mid  Fridays.  Steainer A Iberia leaves ICnslo for Lurdo nnd  Argentii al 8 p.m. .Sundays.  Steamers call nt principal landings in both  directions, and a I, other' points when .signalled.  Tickets sold to all points in t.'anii.hi and Ihe  United States.  To ascertain rules and full inforni.'ilioti.  address:  HOJIKIIT I!!VINCI.  8 tf      ' Manager, Kaslo. II. C.  OCEAN STEAMSPIIPS  Itoyal DIo-ll Lines.  Choapost'Kouto to tlio Old Country,  ALLAN LINIC-Ki-oin Halifax.  Parisian Dec.   2  Niimldi.in - - ���������  . *'      !l  Ciilifoniiiin -' ���������    Hi  Lauren thin ..."    o.'j  ' HKAVKIl LINK-Ki'oni "Montreal.  Luke Superior   -   * -      -    ' -      ��������� Nov.   !)  Lake Ontario    -      -      !      -      !      -      "    2-  DOMINION LINK���������Kroin Montreal.  Dominion    -  Cniiibronnn  Vancouver -  Dominion I  C'auibi'omi.n  Kroin Portland  Nov. IS  Dec. 2  " Hi  " b:i  .Inn. (i  Passengers fickeled llirongli lo nil purls of  Great Ilritiiin and Ireland, and at specially low  rates to nil'parts of tlie Kuropean continent.  Apply'to ���������nearest railway or steamship agent or  to- -    A' ''   ���������' '   '  T. W. BRADSHAW, Agpnt, Eovolstolso.  One who is willing"and capable.  and   who   will   interest himself  to the   exteiit   of making vour  ���������j j _ ��������������� -'  printing  best  'suited   to   your  'particular needs. ���������  Artistic Printers  -+  1 wlx) exercise good taste, use  ^appropriate tyj^e and newest.  ideas', are few. To this class  ,we s'-riyc to belon<������-.. We dri  printing- for some of the bet  business and professional men,  and   would   like   to   do vours.  THE  Hay  JOB ROOM  iCfetSS^^^i^^^xS^^S^a^^^^kC^^^^^  eeesGc  (A  9  a  a  a  ���������^C^k.-  He is a Wise Man  Ci  a  c>  a  a  a  .a-'.  a-  a'.p  909&90'  Who Doss the Right Thing at tlie Right Time.  Secure weekly entrance into the home circle : make  yourself known to it. ��������� You have something to sell ;  tell them of it and create a demand for your-ware<.  This end can "'best be accomplished through the  advertising columns of  The Kootenay Mail  a welcome weekly visitor in the homes of main- of  North Kootenay"s best citizens. The pioneer and  most influential paper in the district. Its popularity and ' efficacy arc attested by its steady growth  and increase of its ..advertisingb patronage.' Write' ���������'������  for sample copies, rates, etc.  B5b-@-^-*>  a  a  a  -=-coscc������' THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  q-<><>ok>o<>oh>o*<>o<^ IPianos and.  Splendid assortment of English,  Anaerican and French Goods,  comprising���������.-.^--.-.-- _ ~_t=-^������������������-���������  Fancy Goods  UUUUb ��������� A  Toilet Cases, ."Manienre He!-*, "Work boxes, Necktie Boxes, , X  Jevv.'l Ci-*e-*, Perfume C'.-is-c-.. Y  Latest novelty in Photo Frames Suede leather.  Perfumes in boxes from ."jOc to y.l.OO.  Perfume A Unitize!-1". Silv er-.AIoiintt'd Pui's-os, etc., He.  Toys and Games  Dolls,   DibippHonds-.. .Mechanical   Toy-,   blocks  Picture fK  Books, Iron'Trains,"(-*|c., elc. ���������' V  t'lokinole, Kurt, Vaci-uin Pi-tol-, Card Gaines, etc*.     ., , Q  Candies'.. * %  '     Lnwr.oyV ChocolTilfs,   Knms.'v's   Cbocol.ites   and *]3on J  ijons, in hall.pound .-ind on.'-pound lioves and inbiilk. O  Assorted French Fruit-, yerv choice, in hnli'-poiuid and Q  one-pound boxes or loo-e'���������ftl.(JO per lb.       , i  Photos... '     : ' 9  The b.'st photograph of R.'vel-toke yet l.-ikeii���������uniiiounp Q  cd for m.iilinif. or'iuounlod nn   plain   hoard���������at   the low X  price of !pl..ji), ' . , Sr  Cigars ...  A choice -I'ssortincnl of  liuporie.l Ciif-ir-. in boxes of i'i,  T;!J and JOU -Uncks", .M.-inu.'l U.n ('-ins, Fcii.nlnis, He.      (  I IT  guns.  Tuned  and  Repaired   sa.  Lessons on the Violin.  ���������       Kor Terms, civ..  Union Hotel ���������-1      .   J&S.    X&yiOY.  -ARTISTIC  The production of the "Kootcnay  Ma'ilAIob Iioom. will be ready for  the bu-iiit-ss men who hnvc" already  pl.ice'd their oi tiers, by, December  SOI li. This i.s the first time that  , ' the business men of Itt-vclctoko have  lii.il iin opportunity lo  5&dopq tlie I^appy  ponies of cl?is city  wilh a homo production. And the  "Mail" feels eouiident, lhat next  season will sec many 'more orders  placed in its bands for this class of  work. Size ihem up when you  .see them.) Then for any da-- of  ,    bu-iut'ns stationery consult ,    ,  rflrc Kootenay' M���������1  Y, BARBii  GEORGE    F.    CUR'i IS,   "THE DRUGGIST," (j>.|     watchmaker and jeweller  2! Watches,' Clocks  i-.i.'.'ti.or to ih* MiO. -v.���������\\".  t'..  -^-REVSLSTOKE , STATION,   Ii.   G'.=������^���������. ~��������������� Q  6oLo<><><>a-o<^o-o<H>-<>c^  Pepairing a Specially.  C.P.Ii. Wnleli Inspector. Ilevclstoke. H. C"  DIED.  ���������^���������5^^������Si'S>;'^'^.'Ssi'S%.Si ^���������S^'Si;^^^:^^.^!^^^^^^. *  lticii.vimso.v���������On  Dec.  I 2, ' 1 t3iJ9,   at  Illecillew.it-t, ,13. C, Thomas llicharcl-  son, of lie.nt failure. ;i'r('(l 07,.  -        l ,, i i  "LOCAL AND PBBSONAL BBIBFS  John Skci^st i on), of tliu S-prin������s  Hotel, Albeit Canyon, wa-, in town  this week.  '.VT ' "   ,,.,. .,���������,*   i*.,-,,,,,,.,] //lis We have a'splendid 'assortment of  Jbicl    crimes,    brass   ,,'inu    jiip.inncu j i/yvj jr,  glasses ami spring**.    \Y. M. J-i.iw renin*:  hiiidwiirp.    ' "A  ,  J. A. iNlngce, of lhe Lardeau lui'f'1,  Comaplix, was in Umclstokc*^ the  middle of tlie week.  "If you want a pi city  doll', see thos-e  at,   tlie Cuiiicla    Dai,.,' 'ii'.tJ^ IVuk   Co.  They have theni   fiom   0c to 'iil each,  unci a   ijt'f.'ut  variety of.   llioni.     Don't,  ,   ' forget tin*, pl.-ice.  '        A' u  Tho contractor fur the link has been  a busy man tnis week.   Mr. Km nuyli m  ., lias ti'itirge force of oarpent".rs and lab"  '   ore'rs iit work, and, us the days '.ire hop  Ions eiiou-Th, he. has   li.'nl0 an are li^lit  placed oi. tlio  ground   and is  vyoikiiii*;  , nielli as well as day.  The public schools in t ho piov incv.  will c!(kc for the holidays next, Ki iday,  to reopen on Jaimniy i*-*. In the Kevelstoke schools oxnuiin.il ions will r he  lield in tlie forenoon 'and in llie nt'tei  , noon there, will- be a ptop.ni-.uic of  closing exeicises ������ive.n by ihe pupik  to which all are invited.  -ci ^������������������*2"^^2;^;iS2;^^^" -'g^^ig^^^-^^^-'*7-^'-.^  ' ^v ;S-*������S'^s."'^"'<Si"'^i:*:<^"-<i"'=5������" ^���������r������s.'^'^.',s5l"-^s>''^.^si-^s,."^?^^?^"  WI-: I'AY -\LL OL'H  ATTENTION TO  THE BOUNDARY EXCURSION.  t  (Continued from Fir-,1 I'.in".)',  .' Boots and Shoes, leu's Ciotbing and Furnishings  ! - '. , . *���������  \Vc, keep thi* veiy b.'st quality of i uji u ,'c ! iftn.ls iu Tailor-.M.iile Clolhinjj,  j and will Lf.i ii an tec*  ill.it  llie pt ices are no lusher, tli.ui%foi'   the   regulir  fac-loiy  1 pr it t'-*.     Pi-op in ami .sec that what vv s,iv is conect.  1"      '"'  town and could b.-ivecai i ice) with the n , Bs-vcIswJss Store       J\          ~|^ /X~ Q ~T"   ~T~  to everv corn'l in Amei'ica boni" litlle .   HcCarty SlocI:    _^Z���������������<��������� _LVL!i_    _J 5 _������-  Kamiosps  NoxD PostoJHco  nie-uu-'iito of   Hcv-cl.-lokc  M-llii'pr  loi lu I j   then-real  jioxsibtlities   vveh.'ve in "*"',,  ^,   ^.^  district.   And speiikin^ of I be.se pussi.'*1- y    j-j  M        \?i   7P  t  bilities,  in  conver-ntion   wilh   n.n.hig ,   |"   ������ ^~i%\i^ T d     fi '$*ff% /Oi      '      I���������i  i who'have  vim ted  Jiijr Bend ,i".l !   H    H *3   0   %V   " E     U #  &  S k-/ N 3  1  deau   dist, ids.   Ih-v  s,y   we b.,ve     ^ ^ V   ^ ^ ^    H-aMA^ &       &R  lliel  Liii  bettei .sin fat-e .sbovvimr:- than .myt libiLr  thi'Y have seen   in the  .south   ceiiiitiv.  And vet inenlioii lli������ Ueiul   i.v\hitb\vi      3p  5  pp.j   \ J "7? ji r 1'^ T \ i. -f ��������� " T I 7 ~l "^ ii   il    f\ 3 3 ffe 8 fiTiri iS -ft f  -i^i-r.,������,,d,n kiim.p, wwiiy, v ruiH*^r^rvs     OHR STiw  town one of   ihelu-t   i il.V*. in   Ii. n iM. ���������  " J - ' " a "? " "     J   " - - ��������� - "-"   Uu  p" ��������� -' ^~    1   3&.L. OHSiidU i jltflfl!.  CJolunibia) and lhey ftive.iis tip*  l.it'_d:.  s.'iyiiif,'.   "Oh.   we   have   heai.l   ot  Ha  Bend foi    -(���������   yc.ir.s  and   it    has   m *  u  :  itiiioiuil i (1   lo    .-in .vl hint:."     Althoi.prh,  thi- has be. n ouiy I. o 11 tie i -, ii, e-.*:, p     A!iiiL   v* *'tl   '. >  ye I w.'J.ave.i troodly   i:>'i ii.i ^.-in  f! :^    p'f ()i^f."  I3"ll(l,  hut we vv .nit   lo pu!!   tiLle'. lei   i'i          ^-   .  , , , ... ' ,     1 / It ' "J I 1111''     . 11  tin*     ,-nl v a 11 iv in eii I     > I "���������_-.���������! i i.iir    u    ��������� i    '       ���������    ,,  transput t,it io.'i   iuio   ilu-ii-   .in!  I .!..   ,i     ���������-���������''',- *  "  :\ ;"���������,( !.b.-vr  in  ] ..* -v,vc i;, j  ;",j ,   v >ih h.  .:  i.i.   i  Jir.ij'���������;'*...;.l persons, nr.n m;v: !jc  *. .-. -shotiltl ;icA*ir.'ct them. WA  c xuuM'vflj a WOMAN'S  ���������-! '-���������'. cr the ihlluwuvj; list of ap-  -li   '.iiiTj*.  Store Will Be Open Till  10 O'eloek To-night  Bargains in all  Departments.  BLANKETS -  Are needed these chillv  nights. We want you to see  the superb blankets were selling.      Every  o-ood .feature  O J        O v  that the bost blankets should  possess i.s to be found  in. our  No. 1 'Special. '    Go over  them with a   critical eve and  see how   much   better   thev  ��������� are   than   anything-    you've  seen at similar prices.     'J'his  ' make is all   wool, s and   very  fine wool.    'J'he  borders are  handsome  and   fast   colors.  All  weights   from   5 lbs. up.  Prices from $3 to $6.  *   Flannelette Blankets $1 and  $i.2'5 per pair.     1  UNDERWEAR:". ��������� "  ���������There's a great demand for  underwear. , We're well prepared to meet it. ��������� At first  sight we thought  our stock  "too large. There has been  lively buying of it since the  davs began to yet colder-.  We have them and arc head-  , quarters for them. .The  ladies, the gentlemen, the  girls, the bovs,  for  all   ages  and all   sizes.       The   prices  r        v '1 ���������  ol  course are popular.  1  LADIES' JACKETS v  You. may be thinking of buying a jacket todav. W'e are  headquarters, for what is; best  and most' stylish' garments.  P Our priccspue right.   ,  FU  Do you know   that we have  =a������n , excellent   stock   of ' fur,  ,    goods of  every   description.  Fur Capes,. Oapines,  Collars and Visites  Muffs,   Children's   Pur  '   Gauntlets.   .We sell "our  fur goods like all olher goods  , with o guarantee that money  will be refunded if not found  exactly as represented.  We would kindlv ask all who  can to do their shopping in  the . morning. ' The afternoon our large staff of clerks  , arc very much*' overtaxed.  Wc do our best to give  everyone the very best attention.  The Great  Departments  mDeriaiijani!  T>  ,1  Capital, (authorized) $2,500,000.'  Capital, (paid up) $2,311,634.  Rest -        -        $J:52/,i7'*'.  HEAD. OFFICE,    -    -    -    TORONTO.  H. S. HOWLAND,  President. ,     T. R. MERRITT, Vice-President.     _._   ,  V      D. R. WILKIE, General Manager.  A general banking business transacted.���������Letters of credit issued,  available in all parts of the world.���������Gold dust and amalgam  ;    purchased.���������Savings    Department,     Interest    allowed'   at  current rate.,        j . '   ' ' ���������=*-  A.R. B. HEARN, Manager Revelstoke Branch        i  ;     THE   BSOLSOMS- 1  ���������    ' '       Incorporated  by act of Parliament ISoj.  HEAD OFFICE  MONTREAL  W.-vr. Molkox ULiri'iiKUKro?. Pies-.       S. H. Kvvixa, Vit-o-Prcs.  ���������        , l*b  \\"()u*i":i{.s-i'.vN"j"ij().MAf-, General iMnii.-iger  PAID  UP CAPITAL    '������ -      , '- $2,000,000  RESERVE -   ' - '     -       A- 1,500,000  -\ Kcucr.il liiinlciiih hiLsini'si tr.ins-aett'l.   Intere.-.l nMowcd on deposit sat current rnte*i.  I D. MOLSON, 'Manapp, ,   -      -    REVELSTOKE, B. C,  -TTT^EnsrtinaT  gTsgja-s^J'i -iT^wai %mnx*TJtm+*a  erpy .  TO   -AlICIIL  A visit to our place of business will make  you happy, because we, have just what you  want for the  holiday season.     :    .'    .,   .  ina Glassware Department  Is most complete in every detail. -  ���������     "     v*'~"'  R=-i=i A beautiful assortment.      ���������        "A  .  ' ,       I  ,      .  II XjUXHrieS there i.s none can excel,  C  s,' Oranges; 'Dates, Figs,  Niits, Candies;  Etc.1"  ���������������. ^^zzszb-^'AT LOWEST PRICES  DOTSFT   ^OSGET     ���������    ,'  We also carry a complete liric^of  To fit every fool, at reasonable prices. '   .  WE ALSO CARRY ./.   "  Hats, Caps, Qloves, Mitts, Sox, Eto-  \Vishing yCu a'l a Merry Xmas,  s^ ni!  , Front Street, Revelstoke.  r?l������'  ENTR  t ,   t  :'r^r^.^m   ABRAHAMSON BROS.  l!J  mo'.t   acceptable and  leaf oil I i'i tile lid'ok of . Ml I b, ' 'I l.e! - I'"  the souih anil -,iy v. t> h,.\ ( iin* b.-t  part of the fonnl 1 v in Ibilisb ("olii.n-  bi.b On lln'is Mibp-i I vv'-wiuld i 1 .<.'  by rvn-iiif*- (h.-it vvcinn bo .-' full v - iv  we have lhe tn.'sl i e.p.'i t,th|i> nlv i.i  the Knot, n iys, ati'tl it nll-'il- ifie.it  ci-.'dil on our m'.iyoi, eoiiiit-il atid thief  of polite u li"ii \\v'".iv that ouriilv"-  mni.-il.s are ol n iniicli' hifflp'r st,i ndaul  SOI-il^IrHIHG- POU THE LADIES:  P*"-r:-"j, V/irra'.ti-rJ  CI', .-cs, i;: b!:i'.k or t.-ris,  -J. O   K r;p C'jlc ;   ,\ j\ r;o'i'; n-d Shoes.  C*5siuiri5 Clotf-i**.       -3p! ���������"] rj assortment.  r ii ���������-, nf.-vr/ d' i',- p!"0.".  Hn'3    Pari', s-irni*.!. '->, or .r'"nrf\'t<\ to o*"(i:-r.  Sil'<s for \'/,i -,!-j or D* , ���������/,,.",    an ef dleus vt-iot/.  Glo-.'3-;',     a fS'.O'l ',-: -r t'0,1.  BOURNE BROS  '   BAUBfl & ASHOBOJPT,.  Dominion and Ppovineiai  Land Snpveyops,  Bui l'i/ri.i:bit.'iv  than miiv lown ui* virtited in lhe *-> 11! h ,.,:���������,,1  1  1 prll til. ( Ihi!     I I <l< l(i.  \V. .M. I..\u ni.Nct:.   ,,  ry [1  v </o'< 1, '.viiib.'i cio ':b>; b^.'oirr'to our  counlrv,  fHE CASH BAZ.AAF  MINING ENOINE3US,  of .Mine-.. Mineral Cliiinisii  band-,  Jj'AN/'OCVKIc,   f{. (;.  Hurt f'.vor- of .Mlne^. Mineral Cliiinis imd Crown  band-,  I-' if  Under .s-nnie rnnntifrcrnont:  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY ��������� .  a i;.  , k i  w.m.j ;:  cfiiK  Corporation of tlie City of Re1,  elstokc.    '  (cifitT n!'" l;i..v'l-Jo'.  I. U      1)11 --/     . i 'J X K.i ".J 4j O .i B  i  ') ���������   I'll!, f i I V ,'.'    I.TVi.l.- Id,'.; i-  'I o v. I,   1 , .    ,    ,     ,    .,   ,    11  .'' 11.;,.       ,',,        ,1     1     ���������!���������     *   ., 1 .  ' il'.i   '���������'< 1   .' ���������    ,      ��������� '   ',     ���������     ,,'<      , ,    '     ;'  J  \'OTI('K N IlKl.'KHV c.iVI-'A"  11 .,,11     "  ^N     nf  lev 1-;.1:1   f il   III"   Cilv    01'    I.". 1 <'-In! .  will lie laid .it ll,e nlllC'i.l   I li( . -ill >'l' I U    ),''    ���������  I'l-t'iKe. U   C'��������� oiriln   flliilnv    ol    |l.(������'i,I,/i     i'   ,  llie lioiir of I'I (1. 1' ��������� I,   Di   Iln    f.,|. l*'.������,'1   fnl   ll**1  |;III|iO-( of In iiiihk (i.liipl.iiii.*.  .-���������-',' .,-'   Hi'     1'  sc-*-ii)cn! 11- iii.ulc (or ll.( v.,,1- l"l . iv I'j 1\ 'A \ / ,'-l) '��������� , 'il-- 1 |'  11��������� cshor mid for Kvisinrt- ,n,d c 01 j<. l.i ,%' lb , Vl an 1 h ,n p' Up 1  .-!-���������.!j-'iii" 11! roll for lli't  v cm". , ' 1 -"* .1 I,.   '., 1 .' ���������, ,i'i ,,i   ' 1.   ,- .   ���������       , 1 \, .,,  Dnttd tlilsH-lli .\-ovc"!tijn-. I '���������'���������'. .ii.f  ���������,   '     llndv  1,1.1   ��������� !   ,i,  '       ���������  , ���������,  C, !.'. ���������s.'i.'iU". /m ��������� !���������   io   ;���������;   ,1   ';i,\r.f,:,.    .'..i-iv,    L,,  1.   "1 '.f, ;*-'  1 1   i'.,-,, 1  ,. .|. >i    p  tt   *P>   -Pf%  V^ffe'^^^ I Beanons   Why  >.,���������  Jy!1 :":.'\,f/;   'Ai   ' '-liould ii.in'.ni;;.   11.ii.  - ' n, -.'' '"-',;'   - 'p' _, j (iiiU'i'!.i!jc.     i:...in,.-  ���������   --'"   _"t     *"-" ! ui'/i.i v    ���������.pin.     licic  hm of License Commissioners. >���������'" "'���������> ������'"������'���������"'������"' . ..  '.' I   '.',),'"���������   llO.r   II    ������'l    to,'        [\^   1      y" r  [  Ii" ...������ tjiiilfl'rir.'--������nd         ���������������" -���������'ji   j       1/ \\   ! ",  1 .." 'I '"'", ' "iiiii-u^ ,   ..   ,, ,      ,        '      .   ,, S CTflA  X '"  RIENTAL H  J. A. .Stoxk, Pro|)rietor. . .  Rates, $1 per day  Flcctric lightet  1. furnace heated  Newlv  built an  d furnished.  . . .  1r inest  and   best supplied  bar  .... in  the city     I  \.,,l  OH  I I   " 111  ,' I   II  * ',   j   ,,.,,     ;���������,,,���������,,,,  |-      *H*>,'., 1- In in ni-t.ill  p io,, 1 ,' 7 ���������(,". f ,; f < ,\,      ni.  .\    piiir 1 i. ,il  I,inni,11 ���������  i .it (;,  r.'i'l  M,', r.;f ,., 1,1 ',  ��������� *l. I'   I'    ll   .1','   I," |, ) \ll I p'M  l.'i '111I1  i ' .i.'.ii \\,<. ' ���������-.( mi,, r ine r f   '||<  ".oid 1.'I-*   p.  .,.   .���������; f,r   1 !|.,nrii'd ri.c.'lin'f to  ���������' uro Iio 11    -i,  A M'-HAtf.  .     ,, ���������   /'*���������!'' I.l'.i ii-1" Iih;i'cI';1',  lti!v.;!octi^c. b C hi)c, iy  iii,iii fi oui 7 .,i-.iii!(i l>a .  1..' 1. ���������"���������( III'".I ,.||l| 1 NIH  d  "lllce J������r-t .--t,, ca-t >.r Xo'-iu-t I'niilc.  F. Buker,        -        Prop.  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C.  VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY^ LIMITED  ���������  WHOLESALE  Ui  'AN!  Vi  ni  ! S L:  PAINTS AND OILS  339 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B, 0,   '  Prnnsh ?toroi Nelson, P.Q.3  '���������4A  Bipgsa!tifflBHaaim^^


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