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 Provincial, Library    June 99
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Vol. 7.���No. 44.
REVELSTOKE. tf;G; JULY 6,   1900.
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' __^.  Ladies Blouses���Special .offer .in., new. and <$��
<---r���sSfSr-.-     p0pUife{r  goods,.latest,stales,-regular prices <fa
$i,   $2,   and- $2.50,   going  now  at   50c.,. <f?
$1.50 and $1.95.   _        - " <f?
Ladies Skirts���Crash- Linen, Pique and ^
Duck, regular price, $1.50 $2.50, $3.75," *j
$4.50, going' now at $1,-1.50, 2.75 and 3.50. ^
Men's Furnishings and Clothing���All ^
��       -        Wool   Tweed   Serge  and   Worsted Suits j^
< from $4 to $'17 ;  Men's' Balbriggan under;  ^
wear suits $1. Atfi
Boots and Shp6S--Reduced  for  one day] ^
We make'a'special,offer of a splendid line qp*
,    of shoes, perfect'  fitting, good,', new stock,- ��^>
STANDARD PRICE $5, SATURDAY, JULY 7, *
PRICE<.$8.75. .     /, \^-
We also carry a choice stock of Carpets and" ��fc
Linoleums, second  to   none in the city. jj>
.Call and see us. * -.*.    .'      ' - '���*"
No Trouble to Shbw Goods.
Belts!  Belts! a Belts!
Ladies' Belts
���AT-
Guy Barber,
THE JEWELLER'S
C.P.R. Watch Inspector.
Denying   and   delivering  a .specialty.
Teams always   ready   at "shortest'
,   notice. ''   Contracts ' fur  jobbing
taken. . Agent,  for  B. C. Oil Co.
Robert Samson.
Get that Water Pipe Fixed.
A large range of ready made
summer suites just opened up
twelve patternsc'to choose from,
all the latest, well made and
neatly finished. Drop in and
compare prices (before buying
elsewhere.
elS do it foe you.
(special to Uie Mail.)
Shanghai, - July 5. ��� Emperor
Kwang ' Suey, committed suicide on
June ISth l>y taking opium under the
compulsion of Prince-Titan. '
* /.The Empress Do��vager, also took
poison but. is still alive, though she is
��� reported U> be insane from the effects
of the drug., ' ,.
The above has been officially reported to the German consular staff.
J ' T ' '
A Chinaman who- left Pekin on
June. 25 Lli reports that, all thefoieign
ministers and residents were then
assembled at' the British .legation.
The Fiench, German and Japanese
legations lire , being -guarded by,their
own detachments. The other legations, custom house and missions had
been burned. The foj-eigm troops had
lost six men killed and bad-six men
wounded including - (lie commander of
the Uritish detach me lit".. ���
Advices   to, band .from  Chee Poo
voice the fear that iu  view of , the imminent summer rains it will be impossible for the joint forces io a'dvance to.
Pekin   until' the  autumn.      Another,
force ,of   30,000  Chinese  from Lutni
appeared to the northeast, of Tim Tsin
and is   reported   to   have been,<lriven
hack ,by- the combined-forces of -Russia and Japan.     The losses of- the in-
yrfehiationaL .troops-* were' heavy;*r;The ���
native city, when captured,.presented'
a horrible spectacle..-    Chinese.. bodies
lay thick around-the guns.   6
- A * cable - despatch"1 from, Shanghai
dated  July   3rd shows that according
to".the~latesfc~aayices Axen-jLSin is  still
in   the   hands   of   the   international
troops, though the  Chinese forces continue their attempts to'isolate them as
they did at Pekin.     -They  are receiving constant -."accessions, many   troops
are-arriving from' Manchuria.
A despatch from Shanghai under
date of .July -lthy announces that the
British legation at-'Pekin, wiih 1600
refugees was still safe when themes-
sane was sent.
A despatch from. Pekin, date not
given,*states that' with the last reinforcements the force investing the
legation numbers 80,000, and but for
the opportune urrivalbf the Japanese
troops the place would have been cap
tuied long since. The heavy fighting
.resulted in filling��the legation with
wounded,
GRIP AND PASSWORD.
that we sell the celebrated
Coote Prospector Shoe, no
other will give thc comforfand
satisfaction, this we know from
long experience.
For sewing machine supplies
of all reputable makes apply to
J. W. BENNETT,
representing The Singer Mftg.
Cu., Maclveu,:ie'Ave.
Special Attention given to
* Prospectors Supplies.
Remember   the   Place:
orris & Steed,
FRONT   STREET,
FvEYBLSTOEE.
Installation of Officers in Trout Lake
City and Revelstoke'Lodges.    0
The officers of Trout Lake Lodge. I.
O. O. I.*1., wire installed Tuesday evening by Tims. Taylor, acting for UNliicl
Deputy Urand Alai-ler llaner, nssiMed
by U. Gordon, gi.ind marshal; G. Car-
rutherj-, grand \vntdt*n; U. S. Wilson,
grand treasurer; and Dr. WUm>ii,
grand secretary. After installation an
adjournment was made, to the Lake-
View Hotel where supper was seived
and speech making was in order. Following are the officers: J. H. Currm,
N. G.; J. J. Langstaff, V, G.;. W.
Sell mock, Sec; N. Abrahamson, Treas.:
D. K. McLennan, P. G.; J. R. llaner,
tt. S.N. G.j T.Taylor, L. S. N. G.; N.
Swinton, R. S. V. G.; J. Atkinson, L.
S. V. G.j G. Meldruin, R. S. S.; W.
Johnson, L. S. S.; O. Jacobson, I. G.;
O. Olson, O. G.
On Thursday rvoning a joint installation of Revelstoke and Selkirk bulges
was held in the lodge room Grand C'on-
ijiutpi1  palmer ^ling   a,-,   in^t-illiug
officer ass it-fed by Past. Grand J. Mr-
Lend, Past Grand- NV. J. L.*r, Wi.
Woodhouse-and' J. Matliii*. Visitors
were present Iroin Nelson,- Kamloops.
Vancouvei- No. 10 and*'"20 lodges.
Lunch was | roviib-d by ]-tf\-el.sttike
lodge and a pingiitiumi- of sperrbc.-
and songs rendered. This was probably the last installiiiion as two lodges
it being expeited tnat '.before- (lie
present term of. office expires the
lodges will be united. The subordinate
officers were not installed. , Following
is fhevlist of elective officeis in each,,
lodge':���
Selkirk Lodge No. 12���f. Ilooley, N>
G.; A. E. Kincaid, V. G.; Jas. Mat hie,
Sec; H. Gordon, Treas.; II. A. U.-in-
liury, P. G. ���   ' '    '     .
Revelstoke     Lodge    No.     2.V-N.    T.
Edwards, N.G.:  E. Wat.erson,  ,V.   G.;
J. A.  Stone, Sec: Jas.   1.' Woodrow,.
Treas.; T. J. Graham, P. G. '
-i- ��� ���'���   "
BRAKEMAN KILLED.
'        ,' 1
Sam Armstrong Falls from a .Work
Train at,Wigwam, y   ���
,\Vig\\nni on Wedue.-day aflernoun
Mas the. scene ot- a Fatal accident (he
��� result of which was the loss of life of a
man named Sam Armstrong. - He was
brakemau ou a work train iu charge
of Conductor Angus'*McLean and ion
reaching Wigwam where'they were, tu
work went back on the train to " cut
oft" the. caboose, bub in tins meantime,
the conductor, had pulled the coupling
pin unknown to him and the train
started suddenly when Armstrong was
nearing tlie "end-of, the last car and he,
stepped for (lie caboose' not tnoticing.,
thrt the distance was greater, than an'
ordinary,-htep and -fell"to the grnu'ud
being,run over by the eaboiW, crush-'
\iig!Jiis..ieg's--iif-1 hr-ecplai-iss,-'- .;Thu^ un-'
fortunate* iniin'" was brought ^o lhe
Reve.lstoko hospital where he died of
hemorrhage soon afterwai d. Deceased
was well known ' in Revelstoke where
hehad jnany friends. -
The   funeral ' will   take . place .this
The Canadians
After Dewet.
1
*      1 ������������
(rflK-ciiil to llio Maii-I
Loxuov, July it.���A despatch dated .
yest ei day says :'   " D.   battery of   the
second    Canadian      contingent    have
been   ordered   to   Bloenifontein-' under'
the enmmaud - of  Major   Ilurdni-'in  of
Ottawa, to assist   iu   the operations to
catch   General   Dewet, the   Boer commandant now operating ini the Orange
rner colony.   ,   Colonel Ryeison sailed-
for    home    on    lhe    Duuotlar Cistle.
Ke   has   been   succeeded bv- Lt.-Cul. ,
**
Diggar, of   Belleville, Opt., who   went,'
out wiih Strathcona Horse."
Six-hundred soldiers died at IMoem-
"fonleiii last mouth   from enteric fever.
^   '.
Twelve   thousand    cases'weie   in the
hospital at one lime., ,
evening from the undertaker's-rooms
at 8 . o'clock, to St., Peter's church,
thence to. the C."P. R*. depot, where
the-remains will b(\shipped.to Ontario
for interment. 'Arrangements-.:!re in
the hands of the Brotherhood of Railroad Tiainuien.     ���        ''"''. -  ���     -
' The Boston Bloomers.
��� The 01 iginal Boston Bloomers, Ladies' Champion Base Ball - Club, who
are? making an "extensive lour (if lhis
country, travelling in tlieii- own-special
private car, will play the most novel,
interesLing'and exciting game of ball
with the. Revelstoke ball team that has
ever been witnessed in the west. This
club,of lady bull players has caused
thousands to applaud and marvel at
their wonderful playing. Tho Boston
Bloomer Girls are without doubt, the
The following1-1!**1  lhe program me,of'
spoi ts .at the Trout Lake celebrajimi,"'
with   the   winners   in   the    different
events : , ',   -
Riflp   shoof.-Diflance    100   yards���
Jas. Currie 19.     '   -'
1
' Gun club shoot.���KevL-lftloko-Go vs.
Trout Lake 54. Highest score���Guy
Barber 18. . ,     .    '     '
One bundled yard da>h.���F. Brown,
It. Chestnut.     ,    ','
Boys race, over   10 years.���Eai 1 Petti piece, Oswold Wood. y
Boysiace, under 10.���Gcorgu llaner,
Uobt. Kil pa trick. -   "'     ^'
Girls race.���Grace McPherson, (Jrace
Cunningham.
Fat'  men's   race.'���J.  Brady.   N.   E.
Lay. (r
^ Prospcclcrs' race.---C.   A'.   Irvin. H.
Caiter,
Standing   broad   jump.- J.    Lundv,
greatest club of lady base ball players   10ft< 6in>) s> F# w> Gainei-, lift. OJLin. '
Lundy,
nVet ot'gnni/.ed,>.'ind nre in nr. way con
nedted with any other so-called Bloomer club. The Boston Bloomers under
the. management of ,W, P. Needham,
hits been Succe-sl'iil for the past, six
seasons, touring the Northern and
Western i-onnlrie--*. Their n-niai kable
success diii-ing I be short lime 1 Iwy have
been in I bis part of lhe con 11 try i-, only
.1 colli iiuistti-ni of the. 1'cirniei- .-ucci-s.-
they have met with evei y\\ hei 1; they
have visited. Ladies can at tend this
game without, any fear of being offended, as nothing will he said or done that
would shock the most fastidious. The
grounds will be situated al Salmon'
Ann Lake front and will he enclosed
with a huge canvas fence including
plenty of seat1*. Game, 2 p. m. Admission to grounds, 50 cents.
Chief-Justice McCoIl has given his
decision in the election recountat Vancouver. H. B. Gilmour, M. P. P., is
still a winner, having won by a majority <*f eight voles over Charles Wilson,
Q. C. On the recount iir. Wil-on lost
-��i.*ed 1(5, while Mi*. Gilm.mr
.is gave
air 1-1()5,
a. majority nfciylit for the g����\ciiiiiieni
twlilhite,-"
none
lost/'
Mr.' -
��� %
'  II
'" �����
Disastrous Celebrations.
rfpcciul lo llio Kuiu'ijX.w Mail.
Nkvi Vouk, July -j.--As a iesuit of
the celebrating of Ainciican Indcpeu-
dencc Diiy with firearms, toy c.nnuns,
giant firb crackers '/and other forms ofA
explosives', 30 persons wei;e killed and'
.1,325 were, injured, according .to tho
reports received from one'hundred and
,twenty-(ive cities.       A    ���   '" '<    '"'
'  W. J. Brvan was' nominated bv'the ���
- -    ^ ���- iv , ���- - ,
D'eiuocrats�� for   the presidency.-, - The
convention "adjourned , 'without1 select ���-.
:iug a candidate"fur--vice-pieKideut*.
���'   '. TROUTdAKE SPORTS.
Complete Lisrof-Winners in theDilTer-
-'   \" cnt Events.
>i\
Running   broad   jump.���J.
]��ft. 2iin., F. Brown 10ft. 2in.
Running hop, step1 and jump.���J.
Lundy.-SUrt.  HUin.,  Gainer Sift. lHin.
Running high junip.���F. Brown'5H.
Gainer Ifr. KHn.
Pole vaulting.���J.   Lundy,   J. Curry. '
Putting shot.���J. Ili-ndiy  2!'lt.7io.',    '
K. Cb.-.-lnuL 2Sfl. Sin.
Tossing ciilier.--J. llendiy '.',] ll. bin.,
J. Lundy, Wit. lUin.
Foi'ilball match.--Tiout Lake \,\~.
Hevelstoke. U. Tmut Like���Goal, Kd.
Bell: backs Lang*-taff and Cuuiiniug>-
half backs1,' llambly, llolten, Iliggin- '
son ;, forwards, Peel, Thomas, Bailey.
Cuinimns, Livingstone. Hevel-toke���
Goal, Lynab; hacks, Ed vv a ids, Desj-ir-
dine; half hacks Sinvthe, ClaiK,
Lyons; forwards, McCidl, Gainei,
Hault, Varni's, Tbacker.
Packing cemtest, double.���A. D.mev
and Alec Cummins 2imin., Fred Jon
and Malcolm Beaton oiniu, each double
packing two horses.
Packing  conlessl, single.- AU-c Cummins, Fred Ion.
Hohsk Racks*���
Free for all.���Ed. Hillman's Mike:
A. M. Craig's Briton.
One iiiili*".���H. Moore's Behee ; Craig
& Iiillman'?. Bnl���k^kin.
Half-mile pony wic-e.-Cmig and
Ffillmair-. (;ucen : A. C. Cumuiiiia'
M.iiul.
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r-J-r-f^ ��a*fJ/-*T.-n g"r^g 'Ht&W'Xl t, "����� - ^^-^ft��"-i.(fl*KVM THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Jibe IRootena? flftatl  P L'HLISHED SEMI -AVE KKL Y.  ���������AT���������  '      HEVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������KYIS. 1!. OAMlJJ3ELL.   ���������  'PUBLISHKit AND PKOPKII'TOI*.  'Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVERTISING HATES quot on ttijpH-  catiun.  JOB PRINTING of every kind at most reason  able rates and shorte.-it notice.,  t% ,i '    -  ACCOUNTS for job printing or advertising  payable on the lirst of every month.  CORRESPOXDKNCK on all matters of local  or public,intcrcht inviicd and carefully^ considered. All communications to the Editor  niu������t be accompanied by tho name of tlie  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  as aif evidence of good faith.      ,,   '  ,    Address  Tun Kootenay Mail,  "     ��������� ' ,    Hevelstoke, 13.C.1  FBI DAY JULYfl, IVOO.  -   't A'BIG PROGRAMME    n   '"  Of Development Work in the Fish Creek  ' and Trout Lake Camps. ���������  ���������' E. C. Wood. C. E., has' the direclion  of four companies operating in the  Fish creek a nil Trout Lake' camps.  They are as follows : Wide West Cold  Mining Co., Black Bear Mining Co.,  and Banner Croup Cold Mining Co.,  operating on Fish creek, and the Canadian .Lardeau Mining Co., operating'  ou the North Fork ot Lardeau cieek.  The first of these companies have1,a  force of 9 men to work on the Wide  West gioup on Pool crock, the second  has "11 men on (he Black Bear, the  third vvill start 8 men lo work next  week on the Banner, while the fourth  has six men to work developing  (he Spokane group. At thc Black-  Bear and Wide West cabins have  been erected and a'liail 2 .', miles long  built. Three pack trains arc busily engaged transporting the summer'.*-, supply of provisions and working matei ial.  The work now being done consists, of  shallow crosscuts lo delL-iminc the ore  chutes, when this h;is been settled  satisfactorily tunnels- vvill be commenced on ' tin* "strike of the veins.  The "vein on, the Black Bear Banges  from -1 to 25 feet in -width and gives  returns of .������G0, $ I L.ilfand $37.90 in' all  values. It is the intention of these  companies, Mr. Wood says, lo increase  the working forces as giound is opened  up.���������Topic.  unrecognixable shapes as the debris  crashed on down tbe steep side of the  gulch. Where, the'car went off there  is a sharp curve at the foot of a" sleep  grade. -  In the gulch a comfused mass of  wrecked car," bridge timbers and killed  and mangled people made the heart Of  the beholder sink..  As thc bodies of , the victims were  brought up out of the gulch, some of  them mangled out of all recognizable  shape, o heat-trending scenes were on  every hand as mothers found their  dead and mangled children.  The mangled remains of the victims  were brought up out of the gulch in'  blankets and gunny sacks, and I hose  not killed weie' home to the waiting  cars to carry them' id their homes'or  (he hospitals, the sight imiking the  stoutest hcai t sink. .     -,  v ���������  Thirty five' dead wore counted  aioiuid on (he ground or on the biidgo.  More than as many more were carried  awayVlin carnages, ambulances and tin*  pal rolvvagon and iu (lie cars which the  railw ay company sent to the scene of  the, disaster 'to-cany av\;iy the in-  ju.-ed.    ,  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  The regular meetings  are held in I lie Masonic Temple, Bourne  lJIiiII, on the third  .Monday in each  month at, '6 p. m.  VWting brethren  cordially welcomed.  JI. .!. PRATT  SKCi'.iiTAiiY.  REVELSTOKE LODGE,' I. O. O. F��������� No. 25,  Regular meetings are held  At  T.J.GHAIIAM. N.G  ,-^ ���������������  W?������������Xk&,   iiV5ddfeIlo'.vs' Hall every  ^S^SS-^wv'������.?������$- Thursday night at  eight  %^^^A������J������5} o'clock.   Visiting brothers  "^^���������-^'���������������������������X^Or^s^ cordially welcomed.  E. A. 1CETTLESON, Sue  "Targe  and  wkll   lighted-  JL        SAMPJ-E ROO.MSS.    Heated by  "^^���������S) hot air and electric bells, and  light in every room. Erccmln meets all  trains.  REASONABLE  RATES.  Night Grill.Room in connection for the  convenience-of guc.-ts arriving and departing by nigi it trains. Hourly street  ear between hotel and elation.  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR ��������� ��������� ��������� :...., REVELSTOKE, B. C  ^&������*^       feWLM  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. C. F.  ���������.Meets every Tuesday  5--/-A\ */9r-r3?^    evening in Oddfellows'  DIDN'T KNOW ITS VALUE.     .  Officer Wanted to put a Sack of Gold in  ' the Baggage Room.  THE IMPERIEL HIGHWAY-,  i   7  1  , Feasibility of the Scheme for Conveying  Troops to China.  'Among thc^ passengers who ai lived  by the steamer Danube Sunday night  was A. Tralld, a Swede, who brought  out a grip filled with gold, which he  cairied on a strap suspended from his  should*, r, and did not allow it to wander from him for a minute. On his  arrival he & wanted to make as close  connection with Chicago as he could,  ,and went on board 'the Yus'emile to  take passage for Vancouver. He had  been on the excursion steamer but ������  few minutes when he returned, and as  he burst into thi saloon cf. the Danube  hesaid : " No i'aller can sleep on that  steauici ,,and 1 came hack. , 1 asked tho  puiser of that- steamer if he had a  safe, and he told me ' Vaas.' I gave  him my sack, and "what do you think  that fuller did :j "Why, he threw my  sack down on the floor with a lot of  other sacks and said, 'alright.'; but I  didn't say alright! , I took it hack, and  1 sleep heie and keep it with miv Tho.  way' they llirovv gojd about here yon  would think thev had a surplus of it."  Tim officer of the Yoseniit'-, though,  never knew the value'of the grip, and  he is not likely to  know, for the miner  spent tin-night on thc 'Danube, -deep-'  ing with th0 sack of gold.���������Victoria  Colonist. " ���������  MATRON AND  MAID.  President Shaughnessy, of the C. P.  Pi., savs   if,   Jjrilain    determines upon  sending   troops   from    home,    10.000  could be   carried   through   Canada   to i  Shanghai   within   28 days, and in Ins? !  than 90   days   by   the same rontjt* and [  the, same fleet   on the Pacific ocean an .  army   of   I'T'jOOO   men   could, 'without -  difliculty,    bo    transported    to  Clun-i. ;  The, Atlantic v-ova^e would not occunv X borne in Paris  Mary Agncsi.-at least for the Italian*-;  is the most illustrious among women  scientists. It was she who was called  the oracle of seven languages-.  Miss Avery," a Boston belle who shook  hands vvitli Admiral Dewey during his  rit-it to her ciry. hah had the gjove 'which  she wore on that occasion hitnilsonu-ly  framed.  OhriKine Niissoii recently, paid a vi������it  to licr native tgvvn in Sweden. She had  a cordial reception, but did not sing in  public, and *-he has now returned  to her  more than   seven   days to Jl.iiitax. ������Sr. i  Jchir or (Quebec.      In four or five d.iv**  more the   continent   would   he crowd  by the. C. P. Pi.  to    Vancouver, thence _  by the    company's    three,    "���������teamxhip-1-. -  each   catrviny   1,500   troops it is ooiv  1'2 days to 8han!*hai.    This gives lime !  " f jr embarkin.u mid debarking en mute. ;  The company lia-s two auxiliary steam- !  prs vv!ii<*li could ie put in -r-i-vice villi  io 'J 1 h-iur.--., <*���������-   niotiufin^-* ate fdready  fitted, and   ibe   admiralty   has yuns at  KiC|tiimalt and   Hoiii-hnmf.      Pr-'-ddem ,  Shau^lniessv lio'ds    lhat   'hf -.clu-ino i--1  <|uitc   fea-ible, but   ot   course it would  " "    ' ' ' liar '  .!!  Ik*, well io have ample, waninii*, so  I he steamers could he on thj:  the water. At the present, time theie  was. he said, only one ---i earner heie,  but if a fair notice w.is :^i\en to tin-  company there would lv no dime-nil v  in carrving out *-tieh a plan as i hai  above outlined.���������-Vancoiivc;- Wo  Lady Dilke has just pnbiisliod a cri-'  li<3"ic on French paintings, find ibe  Duchess of Sutherland nh-t* .-p-pcars as  the author of a book dealing with the  life of a factory girl.  Clara Bartont the noted Ked Cross  worker, was asked the other day the  proper Dumber for a small working committee. llciHeiabcnng how often she had  been compelled to do the work of othura  iu such circumstances,phe re-plied."Three,  if one ia hick and another can't come.''  Mr*-. Ljdia A. tt. -W'ood.t. who died re-  cr-nlty in Vork. Nf-h., be'i neat bed .<\U.('M  each to Vork and Kails City, in lliat --talc,  to c-ta hli-li public lilirnri'-s similar m the  -ine whi'-ii .Mrs. Woods ���������-"ave, vvliilr- liv-  iii'', In f iimiholdt. rJ"h'.- i,������'������iilni������ of the  i-������tale, nil er <-omc private b'-'pu-^t--. -,-ocs  ide of '   to "u> 1)L'UV,'V (������������������'���������['hnns' home.  Miii-^ai-ct    Samr-.tei',    I'.roohlyu's    n lib*  joiiniaii'-f,   lins   not   wholly   severed   her j  o<iiiiicorii-ii    vvitli    JJirper's    Kaxar,    al-  tlioii-rh   .-hi-  is   no   longer  iditm- <jf   that  weekly.      If--r   finjf*   is   diviiic-l   iiclv,<t-n  i!-i  i III  illC  DOWN TO 'DEATH   IN A TRAMCAIf.  i5'l: c ���������  Thirty People Were Killed and Many  c" Injured  T.U''jvj\, Wash, duly J.. Tin; must,  appalling a---idenl f;v er kiioviti in 'J'a-  ( Diiiii oc������.ui*f-.r| this iii*n'liii3'_>; vvlien 'Hie  \P.40 IJf]i->r>11 car loaded vv it li excui'.sion-  int.i coming to -ice the jiaiade, ������,h  dashed down .sixty feet over the bridge  at lhe gulch wlieie the track runs from  Dch'n sireel. burying (he pa-sender-;,  among whom were many women and  childn'ii. under lho wieck   of   the   car'  The  car  Sum ed   completely   over  the ilHfoi tun-lie   v ictiui t  .and  into  work   in   the  ������iubli������>liin^  'li-pm Smc-iii,  eilitiu-.'  of  in.inn-' i ipt*-   aii'l   \v i*itin^r  ci.-il a rlii I"-1  for  both  "J'h"  La-b-s'  11  Journal  .mi!  'J"lu> f'lni^iiaii   Ifr-rajd.  .Mr.'.. Minnie J). I,i,ui- of .V������",v Vork is  (Ik- nal ioiial liehi ������.<-f.-n-(.-iry nf tic .li--.'.AIi  Chatit.'MiMU.i sor-ir-ty. ,S|io is trav-lin^  ever tho country for.the purpo^i- of i.-i'-;*  in^* tlio Jewi-di people tn take up a *-y������-  temntic course of reading in Jf-wi-h hi-i-  t<-ij and literature and to or-rani-'." circles* nii-l to pKiinoff lho cause i '-pii--ei>ti"l  i by lli:- .feu Mi Chautauqua iOeu-t.' and it*  j   similar a.-=--emblii.^.  '      Mi.-.  William Horry Plade,  found'r of  i   the   National   Society   of   New   IJn_-isin-l  I   \\'omcn   and   president   of   the   Ivupi-e  |   State  society,   United   States   Dan^hreii  of*  1812.   has  boon  admitted  lo  nu-niber-  ship    in    fhe    National    Society   of    liie  Dan^htors of  Komiilpi-s and   I'atiiot-*  of  Aiuei-iCa.     rJ,his   nienns   th'rit   Mrs.   Sladt-  can show a lino of unbroken ancestry in  the male line in America from a date prior to If'iSli nnd that all tlie-so- aucceturs  have beeu pntriula.  at   a   o'clock.  "S-'-sS^    ^vV-'-iliiip- bi-etliren cor  '^-^si/.liullj   invited   to  at-  '     t en i.,  IJ. ItAXiJU-I V. N. G. Vv'. 3.IATJ11K, Sue  ^ ,��������� av������      COUZIT HIT. B33GSI3  m&&%0k    ���������i.oiF.Ko.aici.  ��������� ...-,.5������   ^,        , t-.'Jft'S   *  K. D. ,T. O. JOIIXSOy,  -     C..-K.      -  invited   to  attend.  C. W. MITCHELL,  11. B.    -  Gold Range Lodge,  K. of P., No. 26,  Rovolstbke, B.C.  Meets every* Wednesday in Odd Fellows'  Hall at 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights invited. ,   ,.-  J. W. CUOSS, M.D..  ' o c  '���������'     XV, WTNSOlt,'    '.  - K.oi-'Ii.&S.  &k  I'ApziAMi'lMi  HOTEL  ABRAHAMSON BROS.  PROP'S.  Newly built. Piist-clas?-  in every respect. All  '"���������idem conveniences.  i..i. -;e.sample rocmc. ' Fiiv  ' pi oof   !*afr.       Frjo 'bus  ,   ineet-s all trains.  *f^^S5S^  Und.  r saini- mauauemetil:  QUEENS HOTEL',  TROUT LAKE CITY  A...  U.  1IOLD1CII     -   -  ANALVTICAIi OJtJiiiVI 1ST  AM)  ASSAYKIl.'  ltoyal School of Mines-, London.  ,  Seven years at Morf-i Work!*, liwansi-a.        '  Seventeen, years  Chief 'Chenii.st  to "Wigan  Coal and Iron Co., Kng.  J/ate Cheinisl, and As.-ayor, Hall Mines. Ltd.  ,Kvcry descriptio'ii  o!   ass.ij-Aiud   iinalytiuaL  work n'iidorlaJ<en. , ,     '.'.''  (Claims examined and reported upon.*  ItliVJOLSTOICIO, li. C. , ' '  ���������  1  h<><K>������<K>-CK>-0 -O-O-O- 0<K>-0<>0:<><>-0<H><K>-p  '' ��������� ' ���������   i  " \ , Newly Built.  $1   PER   PAV  i.p.^^k. ���������       ,     ^      "Lighted by Electricity  -  ^  .��������� * Throughout.'  ���������A-&H      ���������    '     '  Best^Brands-of   -  Wines; Liquors and  ' Cigars.,  E. OALEY, PROP'R:  ��������� '   ���������- Ai..^1     {.,:.       :   , ,    ,    '  H  ARVEY & McOAUTEB,  'i;i,-  llAI'JUISTli'KS, SOLICITORS, ETC.  Oi'i-'ious :    ^loT.so.s-f,- IIaxk   Hi.ocic,-   Iti-;  STOKl-.,   li. C. i  .Money to io.in. ''    ���������   '-    '   ,  Oflice-: Ke\ e^toke, H. C.; Kurt Steele, IJ. C.  Guo. S. McO.wrri1!*,      '     .1. A. H.vhvuv,  llevcksloke, B. C.  Fort, Steele, li. C.  J.  NV. CllOSo, JirD.  Jr'JY. Stukf., .Prpprict'or.'.V : ;'  Rates,- $ i per da")-"..'.'. '.'  SGRGKOX TO T11J5 C. V. R., CITY HEALTH  , '      OF1-TC1CK.  Olllee: Taylor Block, Mackenzie Avenue.  Edison Standard:  .  ." . . Phonograph  with '.ill- lli-; lak-sl, Inipi'ovuuienliMwill  Like aud r pni.iuce recopl-. complete  >ncltiding, It-.-cordor, Iteprodncer, Bras-,  lTorn. Sapphi-*o 'Shaving Knife. Kai'  Tube**, Canielsi H.iiv Brush. C)il Can, aNo'  ()ue-l).ilc r\dz<iH Itcoords and Books of.  Instruction? - ���������       , *   "  j     Electric lighted, furnace heated  ���������      .          ���������' e? j ��������� ��������� *  "Newly, liui'lt.and furnished. . . .  , Finest  and   best  supplied   bar'  in the city  Cor, Front and Benson Streets, Reyelst'oke, B. C.  <HK>OH>0 <^p-O^C><>-<M><><><H>^  PRICE    $2  ...CHAS J.  REVELSTOKE  ' S'������CS*   '  Jmffi pips*  /       / if>}*1; i A  'I ' l  A}A'    i \  -"A '    - ���������']  F.  Phone'  43  CKl-'TH-'If/.Ti-;  tjy LMI'l.'tjVK.MKNTS  h-<. Alii J'i n I'nn. It</iiiiii/.i Kiiij.:. < 'i'ijw !i  I'lniii. id..in <-.ii r, !,i-l Clmii-' inim-iiil  (1-tlnl . i'i:.il"il in Un- l,'< i ( I -litKi- Minhi;;  I'i, i-.ip'i of W ' i K'jiil'iii'.v IJi-ilinl. Win re  lei.'ti-fl      ( >i) fcf'io or| Fl'^I'-it Iu,  I..L-  .(Liniited Liability.),  Manufacturers and Dealers iii all Kinds of  GIVE US ATRIAL  Also shingles, mouldings, base boards,  ^casings; finishing lumber, extra wide  clear pine and cednr. Long- dimen-  "sion limber cut to order. A .large"  assortment of season lumber kept on  hand in the yard and sheds at Revelstoke by the pioneer lumber dealer of  Kootenay who also has had considet-  able experience in eastern Canada  which enables him lo cater for what  tlie builder requires. You will always  find him readv for business.  Proprietor. I O Priccs Right      Terms Strictly Cash.     Leave Your Order.  . ;R. Tapping, Agent, Revelstoke, B.C.    6  6-CK>a<KXHX>-0-0<K><H><^^  r*-y������.'ji'. j"."."  sc^i*a.^_i wj.JV-Jit  l-U.���������������������������IU. Lii������  '(,  ,1'if I' C   th,ir  for fi. If. Wi'-"):i. fn  '-Villirim A. 'H.un r. ii-yvxil, \  miiicr'-i c-rt ideal f N'o. H  i(7f!'i. Pi.-.ik V'nni-f, fni: rmncr'--1 f-rt itiale Xo.  ii 117;-.'.. ,L If. Hfi.i.f. fice iiiiii'-r'i-iei-tiflcalf: .Vn...  I. l.Vilfi. Intend, -i-.-l v d.ivifroin Hifdiite hereof.  Infifiplv t" Ih'- .Mining Itecdtder'for a Ccrtifl-  cnt'- of Initii'i* vi-meiiti, for 1,1m purpose of oh-  tainiii^ a f'mn n fJiMiit of I ho a hove claim-*.-  And fni'th -r lake notice that-, action, upd-.r  '���������('Cti'in   -'17.   ia:|.|   lie   '-cminenced   hefon;   the  is'.n,tnco 'if - -1' * i i f Vri HP nte of Inipi-nvetiiCiiU.  Haled thi i lllh day of June. I'M.  v', ILLlAIil A. HAUdL  ���������������������������-���������'..Furniture and Undertaking,  . ? Repairing & Upholstering Don*  r.-AV-n i;liniisc in c-nnnoetion  fm--,!or;ic:i* nf f-imily nnd oth<*r fm-nilnre,  - "v-l'"rilnk<, i-lf.. iit monthly nr oilier rate.-.      Agents For Raymond Sewing .Machine. .       .    -     .      ^,      ���������  .*������*> THE KOOTENAYlMAIL.  MEN,OF  MARK.  . Tim-sell Saw says lie is fond of busi-  '.less from hal-it and can, do as much  work'now as he ever could.  The late Mr. .loifn I. Itlair, the famous  railway niajrnnli- and millionaire, \vas~a  Kiand-uii of Mi*. .John Blair.' who came  from Scotland in 17t!0 and -settled in Xevv  t-i-ii-y.  ' *    Walter-   Williams   of   Columbia,   Mo.,  edits two newspapers, is president of the  ���������school, hoard,  curator of the State uni-  ver.-it.,,   is   a   pillar' in   the   church   and  tcaclies   a   Sunday school   class   of   130  scholars. ������  Speaker Henderson's father arrived in  , Chi'c.ifio from Scotland .with one fchiglish  Mivercijm   in   his  pocket.     lie   remained  there for three years and saved onoujdi  to buy the larjjo farm in .Iowa on vvliicli  David j-i't-w up. ' -- y  Thomas Whit laker, who died at Scar-  hoiut!.-.'!i'.   Kii.dnnd,  recently,   was-one of  si-vi-n   im-u  wno stalled   the. temperance  ii-fo: in���������of thi- ci-ii l ii ry in (I resit  liritain.-  ��������� and he liv. tl I" see lhe society of total ah*  -staineis iiiuuhi-r T.UGO.UUO.  .Matthew White-Kidley. ���������- In     .ill atand"  as i!ii-iCoiiM-r',vaiive can- ui.i .- for Staly-  hrid-re al   tin- next  election,  is'llii- elih-st  Mm'  ol   lhe   British   home  secretary' and  has h't-i vi-d for some time as secretary 'to r  i his father al.tlie home ollice. '  l-'i.nr of .the oldest men in the "senate  sit side hy >>idi- on the front row. They  are I'eft us of A hi haunt, win* is 78 years  old; (Jock i ell ot , Missouri, who " i������ (55:  Vest, also nf Missouri, who is verging on  70, and Morgan of Alabama, who'will be  7t������ next .Iune.  ' '    '  ������Hurry .1. Bascoin of I'rov.iilenco, the  winner of several prices for collies from  lhe, Xevv York dog show, has iiresenti-d  (int.- of his most valuable dogs'to Police  Magistrate Crane of Nevv York because  ���������Mr. Crane severely lined a man for kicking a homeless dog. -  Secretary of the Navy Long'is'known  , as the green hag member-of llu- cabinet.  This comes from a habit iiciiuired when  n Massachusetts lawyer. He always carried his legal, papers to court in a green  hag. the shape of a woman's shopping  hag. with a tuck string iu the opening. ���������<  ICince, the death of his wife Lord SrSalis-  Diiry is leading a life so retired as to be"  almost lhat of a hermit. lie vvill see-  only his oldest,and most intimate friends  or those' who call oh business of paramount impoitritiee. Business, loo. is the  anly thing that takes him out of his  house. .   ,'     A        -   '  "* .John. Jacob Astor owiis���������ono of the-  most valuable manuscripts* in th'-1 conn-  tt.v. It i.i the famous tffotza iui--<al and  was- /l-nii-dil Hij-. $15,01)0. It measures'  ' ]::!",<, by, !;���������';������.- inches, tins IS I pages of vellum and is bound in red morocco. It was  made and decorated for (i.-ileazzo Sforza  by the great l-'loientine artist, Kraucesca  l-'ilippo I.ippi- ., ,  TOWN  TOPICS.  I:  Weil,.vve have the Prohibition conven-  *i:i ���������ni.vv���������ty.-Chicago Post.  'J'l-.e Sioux City papers arc giving wide  publication to tlie .statement made by a  book agent that it is the "most literary" town west of Chicago.���������Des Moines  Leader.  The depot  platform  vvas crowded  last  - uighl at the hour of the layover here of  No. 0 from the east.    It is a great treat  ' for Tucson profile to attend the trains at  ���������x-asomible hours.���������Tucson (A. T.) Star.  Ruliseiiptioiis to lho navy arch fund are  not rushing forward to any alarming extent. N-.-w York is willing to furnish the  'place if lhe country will furnish the cash,  niul I hat'.- what's the matter wjth sub*"  M-ription-s.��������� Kansas City Times.  (5raml Opeia  Manngcr Crait estimate?!  ��������� that he lost .yW.000 during his unison in  Chicago. The Windy City evidently likes  Its wind straight rather that) converted  into the aria-*, barcaroles and recitatives  :*f grand operit.���������St. Louis Republic.  According to Countess Schlmtnelmatm,  there are "more want nnd desolation iti  C'.iicago than in the slums of London or  in any other city in Europe." But It Is  questiohable if nny other city than Chi-  - cago can show such well to .do olHcials or  'srcli prosperous saloou keepers.���������-Chicago  .News.  Burled tn n Chinese Coal Mine.  A strange occurrence Is reported from  the district of Ilsing Koocllow. tn the  neighboring province of Anh'il, Where  tlil're lire exleusive coal working?, ".1 party of luinera struck an nilcient sliaft  vvlifl-e history recoi-iJ."* that tt great' catastrophe occurred -I00 years ago. lhe records being prcMC-rvcd alnotig the loctll  archive-'.  The miners, on reopen! m* (his old shaft,  ���������ame upon upwurdoof 170 bodies of the  oriner workers lying where they had  ���������ecu overcome with foul gas four coiitu-  ies back. The corpses were ns if tho**o  -f yesterday. The faces were like those  f men who had only just died.  On an attempt heing made to move  hem outside for burial they all crumbled  way. leaving nothing but a pile of diM  ud the remnant5- of the stronger part of  iieir clothing.���������Slrny Sloiies.  IJ *������ry James talks as he writes���������Jn *p-  Jgrj^u.  ,'- -iin Oliver Ilohhes (Mrs. Craigic) is  ffl\i to be the ih-verest' musician of ail  li-'i-g uovelisis.  I". Marion Crawford say-1 he think.-' In  Ittoiiau aihI translates into Kuglish. -   Up-  0ft this Lewis, dates; the critic, comments ,  "I-><do!illy." " I  Cl.niles II. Hoyt says it took liiin but  fWu 'days' to 'write "A Tt-Na.i Steer,"  M'lr-'.h .meveil lo be one of his mosi successful f:*,.-ct-ji.  Tom Hall, (lie humorous writer in Life,  fi few years n-jo siu'iied hi" name as Lieutenant Winihi-op. U S. A. He retired  t/otH life army to devote himself to writing. During tlie Spanish war ho vTas  lieulci'ciit hi llu- iu;i������b riders."  "1| '   ���������    i        ���������  THE HUMAN FACE.  Hot AlTrnya n. Trnst-tvortJiy ImTc^ of  Its  Owner's  Chfirnetcr.  The human face is a most untrustworthy index of human character.  Can you think of ,a single great humorist who had a merry faceV Art cm us  Ward had the face of an undei taker.  Mark Twain's face N a study in beetling  blows, furrows, wrinkles and solemnity.  Nasby, in "whose funny war sketches  Abraham Lincoln used to find endless entertainment, had a face a* serious as a  toflib**tone.  And who, to look at-Lincoln's ovyn pathetic features.'would believe that he was  a man of infinite humor aiid jest?'  If you think of men of great intellect.  how few of them have had face.-, that  suggested it! (Jibbon, the king of historians, had a red, Hubby, vulgar face. I):*.  Johnson'had'out* of the same type and  vvas so blear eyed that his expression vvas  one of t-xtrt-iiK'dullw'vs. Voltaire's mighty  intellect was, masked behind a face that  vvas almost repulsive. His'nose and chin  nearly met. his chl-oks were hollow and  wrinkled, and his eyes were curtained by  a pair of beetling,brows.  Hume, the famous ICnglNh historian.  had a fat. gross face that had in it no  s'iggostion of ,hi.s intellectual' [lower.  Charles Dickens' face gave no assurance  of .the splendid range of his powers us a  'writer. And to turn from Ci-c.rge Klioi's  novels to a portrait of the author is tojic  not only disappointed, but shocked.  The same failuie of faces aud characters to correspond with''each other U  found in the portraits of famous criminals. Very few,murderers have had cruel  faces. Many of them have had very  agreeable ones, suggestive of amiability  and tenderness. This has been especially"  true of poisoners���������Carlyle Harris, for cram pic."'       '       -'     B  The most famous rogues and swindlers  have ' usually had extremely -pleasant  faces, inviting the confidence of all-who  met them. But for that fact they could  not. have been successful swindlers. ,  Physiognomy is certainly not an exact  science. It is a-very riskr thing to judge  men by their-faces.      - "   '  "M  IE1 O DB  T   JR,  v'  HE GOT THE PASS.  ->     ^     4*.     .>     jj      jj.     .-j.     ���������>     ->      -7      --J.     ih      rj      ���������>.     --J.     i>     ->     .*7.     -7.     &.     .>     '>      **���������     ���������>     -���������������*    *h     -> *y.     -J  "C*.   i"     *"     "*���������'    *'     ���������*''    ***    "*-"     ���������������������������������     ���������*���������*     -if    *lz     ---     i*    -<r    ���������(*    f     ^    <t    *r     <r    -ir     *?    %r    -fr    ?r   '*tr  ^ ���������?*?=���������    '        '      '     '  4JAr  -4*-f,'  %%pl  pA  -*V*-r^  *&* *i*  -*** ,>��������� .  ^' . ���������:���������  ������������������At-       i  r?A f fr-  .-4-4-V   -t  Z$r  ^iv'^  ���������i ���������������.   ���������������  4*������^'  4**^*|������  t$t'  -    *->   h  l-.-U U I- ���������-  ->      ij     .7     .t     .f      ���������**.    ^J     -���������������-    i>.    ���������>    -~h    -> ���������-���������������  t-     -f-     *?    -dx    <-*    ~*r    -fr    "*?    ^'    *���������"    *"    **    "U  ^   l*~  4  '.t.,        '  '."   V  1  *4*     A.  ;" "'r  ' ' X  ~Z������ ,^  -  't. -   ���������  ' * >   ft���������*  1         i>-  ~S.j.     . >  .i  '; S T  -'S^ ,-t  ��������� ^_  ~i  ���������'i  -i.'f' '*'  ���������    A  ;;.vt  \  ',A''r,r  I,  *������t.Viw  -5*-P'"i  Z*A'r  ^Av'-r    ���������  f  -ZtXf<^ '  ri  ���������A"i"  'yr  A  l\OOitiyciy  Cy?<  "7  t A   i;-a  ���������i V  1'a  vs-  -;-^ i' ...  ���������rfA-t  <v  e  We   have always been noted  ��������� ' i ��������� , ,e "  fine"' quality of our" work������th  i -, '  always  biisy.  s  T%  for the0  7������hy -we  are  Cheap,' ��������� and  inferior  And  ���������������  He  It Was Chnrsed  Up Jnot  Mail &uj*rure������te������t.  "Some years ago I was broke in Nevv  York/'saitl a nevvspaper���������correspoiident,  "and hearing tli'at Colonel B. .W.' Wrenn,  passenger traflic manager of the Plant  {.ysfeni. was in town. I called on him ant!  asked for a pass to Jacksonville. It was  a pretty cheeky roe,nest, considering that  Wrenn did not know me from -Adam, anil  he very properly turned me, down. However, I had to have that-pass, so V kept  on tackling him, each time* presenting  some new-treasons why the. road should  carry uie to Jacksonville. .The-hist, time  I-called the clerk wouldn't let me in nnd  handed me one of my cards, on which  Colonel Wrenn had written: 'Keep this  fellow out. If. he bothers uie any more  I'll go crazy.' ,  ^ "That'gave me an idea, and I made a  liee lino for Mr. Plant's private office.  'Mr. Plant,'' I said, 'I .want a pass to  Jacksonville, Flu.'  "The old-gentleman'looked at me  in  amazement.  " 'On what ground V he asked.  " 'In   exchange   for   treating   Colonel  . Wrenn for threatened mental trouble/,I  replied.  "'Mr. Plant's face clouded. 'What kind  of a game is this, sir?' he demanded  sternly. 'Colonel Wrenn is perfectly sane,  sir. ami I won't permit'���������    .-  '"'Pardon me,' I interrupted, 'hut Colo-'  nrl  Wrenn  is at this moment  uppiehen-  mvt of lunacy and believes (irmly that it  tests eutiiely with me lo avert the attack.'  1 have his written statement to that effect in my pocket.'  .    "'Let   tne-see   it!'.   Mr.   Plant   fairly  shrieked  "I handed hint the card nnd got ready  to run. As he l'ead the inscription his  face relaxed. His piercing eyes began to  twinkle. Finally he lay hack In his chair  and roared with laughter. 'Here. 'Mr.  Smith!' he called to a clerk, 'girc this  young man transportation to Jacksonville  and .charge-it, to medical treatment fur  Colonel Wt'i'iini' "���������New Orleans Times-  Democrat.       ���������      _  An Uncivil Conductor.  A Now Vork lady trawling abroad  Write.*" In tt letter to :t friend of her'first  CVpork-hce1 ill :1 Loudon oninihiis:  "'i'he tohductoi- obeyed ni>- Signal lb  stop and as I c.liinlii'd 111 .i.ssured his  that I hero Vv.'.s 'room for one hiori*-' e. i-  d.-ntly inclining 'on top.' t stepped ilisitlo.  anil, seeing that the seats Were "nil full,  th  -#*$-!--. . ' ', r     ' " -  ������|^' printing1 costs the samel4 as good printing1,  4*$<#* ���������<  ���������     ���������       i A a  *$+' '.therefore  why  not" get the best. ���������  ��������� Our-  &%&  C3  *-������*���������  ���������-7-*.   ?2* '  t'?i'  ,4' pi'   'I  Afs.*&  ^9X  X. $ *)7  -V-  2*  prices are always reasonable,     if in need  " - - i ,i ���������     ".--,'- ��������� ���������  j , ' 0 i  of fine .printing1, write, or call onus at' once,'  we aice neyer too -busy to.attend to all -orders.^  r i *������-  i,  <(P ..  -r:--'.,r ^'  ^ f." ��������� ?. ���������  <������p7-*^  *fr  1.0 K 6 tf$  DAILY TOURIST  OARS  ST.   PAUL,  KoDtenay RilSwsy &  Navigation 'Company  I.iniiteil.  Operating Ktislo & Slocan Itaihvay,  -' TuleriiaLi'ii'iiil Navigation & Tnuling  Cuiupuny. ��������� t  SchotiUln of Tiras���������3\idfiic Standard Timo  "  Kll'cctivc i'eb. lf"(, I'JOU. -(  I  Kaslo & SIoo.au I&ailwny .       |  l'lKociigei' Lraln for Sat id on ami way sin Linn*-  leaves I-ta-tlo i*t Sn.tn.i n.tiily. iel.urning, loaves  Baudot) ftLl.U p.m., arriving at. KhhIo ;i,-5o *}>.m.  Q0BA2T ST3AMSEJPS  ; noynl Rtaii Lines. '     *  Choapeat Soute ������o' ihe Old Cour.try.  .VIA,AS I.IN'[-:--!-*;om Mon'rcitl     '"  -N'-iiiinlian - ���������      -       -      -      Julv-  ('oi-inCiTian  ritrisiiiii  '���������"iiiiii-iiiii  Aia-  DOMINION' LINK-From Munin-.il.   J!y.  Viiiiuouver ���������  D,')iiiiui(iu  C'liiubroiinii  M  -.'I  t  DEAVXil LlNE-l-'iom jronlrcid.  TO  Lhought nothing of it. hut braced myself j \Uar] nnrrln XT      ^nrl  '   ^liriflflV  igainst the door and prepared to stand as j  VV UUUt/iUd-J      aJILl     OUlILlClJ  To TORONTO,  so often  done  at   home  in  New  -I   had  York.  "Imagine, then, my surprise when the  conductor took mc by thc arm, saying,  'You en iv n't stand here.' and without a  word of explanation about rules or regulations thrust me out on the sidewalk. I  now declare that Xevv York conductors  are models of knightly courtesy and good  breeding as compared with those ou*  meets on the onmibufcs in London."���������  Nevv York Tribune.  Fmnkneas In Hi* Home.  John���������You're au ignorant vvouion, Marin!  Maria-1 don't know everything1, John.  John ���������Umph! Some people <ion't know  enough ts know, how little lhey do know.  Maria-���������I'm ourprwed to hear you say-  that. John. I didn't think you wore  frank enough to make such an uoncfct  confessiou.��������� Huston Courier.  !To  From an Interpretation nf n passage In  the   Koran.   Moslems   are   forbidden   to  ��������� have shades to their t-yes: hence the absence of the peak both from the fox and  the turban.   The juice of the mulberry wm at "tis  tliie dec-hired Ij bo a g.M-e:i'ig:i  ri'oieijj  ������t?r" poi-iy^tTori 'ry-ujjiiiic $-gV<:tiur6,  And  Every- Friday  MONTREAL     and  BOSTON,  passing" Revelstoke as follows :  Eastbound 4:45,  Westbound 21:34,  "IMPERIAL   LIMITED."  i  P.unplili'ts fisnii-lmd free       ,  ,  T. VV. BRADSHAW,  Agent,  1:1 tcfnational Navigation alld Tradirtj  Company  Operating oii Ivootcnuy Lake iind l,'i\i".-.  s.s. l.N'-hmxATiOS'.vi. Ieave>* ICaslo fm- N'cIm n  al Uii.in. daily uscepL Hiunlay: rcliii-iiilig, leav e--  Nei-nn nfJ.iiti p.m.. cilliiiK nl I'liliiiur. i ihit  I'lty. Ainsworlh, mil all way |><iinls conneel**,  with S. I*'. & >���������". train lo and fruin Hpuknne. at  ��������� l-'ive ?.!ilc l'olnt.  Lardo-Sunean Division  AMKIt   AbUHIi'i'A.  Htcanicv Alberta leavcs'K.o.lo for Ltirdo and  I.aku {'hampiain  I.al?o Mcgiiiiiii.;   ���������  hake SMipi-rior  J.likeOlitliriu  1.uail.iui.i  July I  *���������   11  "    IS  "    '.'���������)  Aii^'. I  IM-Tll!*!*!'".  r:re������l, I'.rllaln  rale-  lit!-  i Ki-ieii iiirougi! i-i ,;:i ].in(, i,r  ml lre!ii!i'l.iii|.| ai spci i.iIIv   Imv  .      ,        '������������������ l"M"< "I'   Hit Kui-<i|.iiiii  ooiiiiui iii.  | Apnly lo iK-j':*e������l iMil-Miy ursieaiiisliij. ,*i"ciii ,,r  In  .        \ ,  ���������  Argiiil.i al !���������������'���������(��������� p.m.  Wednc-il.i.v-.  in   hnlli  ���������-igii.ill-.il.  Stciiincrs cull .it, print ip.tl  Unelinj.  iliieelioiis it al el licr points when  'I'ieketssoltl Lo .ill points in  Canada anil the  United ^-t.tte-j.  Tn  a-uerlaiu   rales   and   full   information,  utlilrcs*-.:   . i  IIOKKUT IRVING,  ADSIIA'.V.   Agent.   Revels!clie.  TXjN^jTj     TABLE  S. " Lardeau."  S.  8 If  Manager, Kaslo, ii. C.  E. J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A.,  i  RwYfelslokci  Canadian Pacific navigation Co. L'd  ALASKA   ROUTS.  Steamer1* for A\'r<inge!. .luneau and Skagway  leave Victorin  Every Wotlncsday at S p. :r..  and Vancouver  Every Thursday at 2 p. m.  Tm-..liner-; for rCorlhern  Urit'-h Columlila nor!.--  le-\v-e Victoria and Vancouver weekly.  Hales, etc., on application lo  }'. vS. ])AXTF,H.  Gbllllill   I'llinLPgia  L-rgCDl.  Victoria, B, C(-  I.iisni n-r Ik t v ci m .\i:n\\ Iir ,--.<! .--nd Tin m.-i.nV  l.aii.!uig* (i i: u>t in ing -luiic IU. l'M>. will --;u! .1-  lo!lov\-. tw 1,11 In-:* iicMuiiiiimi:  l.e.M*e .'rrt.whe.-il Jit TI;i ii:m n'- I.andin-r  ��������� ind ( oiu.i|i!i.\ ,u TU. (i.iily.  I.'.im- I !m iii-ri-V I .iiiilui-c.iiu! ('������������������i:i.(p!i\-for  Aiiiivil,-. mi .it l.-l.. tl.nl.>. fi.iui..-. (-.ilj v, ith;. II  l . i . I,', tr.i.n- .mil ho.-i!>.  The i>\\ :!<���������:���������-��������� n-M-rx c tho  of -���������aii.'ngs willitmi uoiicr.  nil-; ki;i-:d ituuiNyox i.l-.miuciico.ltd.  j*'. now x.sox.  Managing Director,  -  (lie right to change tunc*-  BAUEB & ASHCEOFT,.  Dominion and pIpoviiieia!  juquu  Surveyors,  KIKING rNGIKErHS,  Surveyor-- of 3Ih.es Mineral Claims and Crown  ' Land-.,1!  VANCU'JVEL'.   B. C,  ��������� 'll  ���������a  ft  n  ���������4  M  "S- ��������������� ; -���������������. J.- n  O  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  aaU0iBbMBilBiaMa  Photographic  Supplies |  ���������I  liave jiibL ' opened a large 2,  ut or        -.       ' "        I  We  lit  I  ������.  IF  3".  9.  If   shmuiuu  .9. Cameras, '    "4f  jf -,     -   ��������� |.  I Kodaks, |  f" Chemicals,.<*  %    ���������     '   , ���������   'j  .9 S.  j(f   plates, (Urns .-ind everything re- $  .V. 'quired  ior the amateur   photo-*  %   graphs.     Call   and   see     thein. ������  f .Everything  nevv and up to date <������j  "������.   at I he . >J.  * ' ��������� -������  I* Canada Drug&BookCo I  ! . .      ���������������������������.'���������  I  S[ Revelstoke Station. 5-  jtt. ���������  ���������   ' , J  .V A " 9  ������;'^r^'^r������5'4-������5'^r������!)'^r������5'^r������5''^1P5'^-ft'^r������!i'^,������i  BORN.  .L.vwhknck���������At Hevelstoke.  Thursday  .,'   July 5th 1900, the wife of S. H. Lavv-  ' rence, of a "son.  Wn.so.v-At Revelstoke, on Wednes-  diiv, July I, i'Mh Lo the wife of I*. S.  Wilson of a son.  DIED.  An.visTKoNd-At Revelstoke,  Ji. C, on  "   Wednesday   July   Ith   HXJO,   Samuel  Armstrong aged <li years.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  i\r. .M;.��������� II itch.an.-in,  of Carnes Creek,  was in< town veslerday.  Rooms to let, with or without hoaid..  Apply at this ollice. ' ti y  ��������� (Jaipenters ai"e at.work repairing the  damage done at-the skating rink. ",  J{. M. Smythe is having a room built  next to his'store for a shooting gallery.  Alex. Mnni'o came, up from Vernon  on Tuesday and is spending a few days  in tovvn. ������        > A  ������\ Hewitt Bostock", M. P., came -up  fiom the south yesterday and remained  ttvfv today.   r'' .   '    '  and running expenses. Lists are open  at the offices of R. H. Mayne, Geo. S.  McCarter anil the Molsons Bank.  Thos. Taylor came up from Trout  Lake yesterday and left by No. 1 for  the coast. It is said that he goes to  Victoria for the pin pose of obtaining a  further grant for improving the Big  Bend ttail and Trout Lake wagon road,  the appropriation for the latter work  not being sufficient to complete it.  Take comfort in the hot weather, and  get a hammock, you can get them, all  prices and sizes at the Canada Drug &  Book Co.'s lievelstoke.  The local lodge of Orangemem haw  completed an���������anyements for the 12th  of July celebration at, .Salmon .Arm.  A special train will leave here at 7 a. iu.  returning at 0:30 p. in,, fare for the  round trip $2.50. In addition to thc  usual celebration will be the. baseball  match between the' Bloomers and a  lievelstoke team,which will doubtless  prove interesting to those who attend.  This is a sph>jndid._oppprtiinity of en-  ���������joying'a day's outing and,will likely be  taken advantage of by most of our  'citizens.  School Examinations at;Nakusp.,  To-day vvas examination -day in oui  village school which was largely attended by both children and parents  the children in the various classes show-  decided advancement dining the. past  year under the teaching of Miss Fenton  ,'who is leaving here to, attend the  Whitly, Ladies Collage Ont for the  coming year. Her inanv fiiends in  Nakusp are sorry (.o part with her she  liaving endeared herself to them as an  able and successful teacher as well as i  in her social, and obliging, ways.    We J  wish her success in her efforts  to  fur- j.       ,    , , ,,  ther  improve   herself  for   additional j Samuel    Needham,   Douglas   St.  usefulness in her calling as it   teacher  The Fred Robinson  Lumber Co. Limited.  On and after this date our prices for  cut firewood will be. as follows:  $1 per cord at Mill  $2       "      delivered.  Prices Cut for Cash.      ,  Fred Robinson,Man aging Director  THE ^  Badminton Hotel  VANCOUVER.  RATES   *2.50    PER    DAY.   ^  Wagons,  Delivery  Rigs,  Buggies, .Etc.,  ��������� :a't:���������  JAS. MCMAHON'S  ���������:o:���������    -  Blacksmithing and' Woodwork  "'      done oil short notice  Carriages   Built   to   Order.  Your Pocket-book  may bo low but nobody sees it, but1  if vour clothes are -.hubby, that  hcLt Ies it, nobody wants to know you.  Ladies or Gents Tailor Made Clothe-,  rc'-aircd and cleaned in good siyle.  Call or send post card.  ClTl'/KN  Nakusp B.C. .rune 2S, 1000.,  '   ' ' '     *.  " Cleanliness  ; is next to Godliness."  If  vou   want' -vour ,, scavenger  ' i  . work done  in a clean and  economical   way,' send  -a  card to  FRANK SAUNDERS,  Revelstoke Station.  - Kstablislicd 1!!' years. ,"  Strictly Union Labor Shop.  Highest Cash, Price Paid fj."  s  All shipment"; are examined by mc us  soon as thev arrive. Prompt returns assured. Prices are too high to "warrant,  holding goods tor any length of time.  You should keep posted on the returns  you get from ' -  "' G. W BALDWIN, ������  P. O. Hox 0(>1 Agent for .las. Ullinau  "Winnipeg, Man.  Large vaiiely of Honda ,aud Toilet,  water*-, perfume:-1 and' sachet, powder  always tiesh and strong at Canada,  DruaT'iS:- Book Co.".- lievelstoke.  At  Salmon Arm   .   .  E CELEBRATION  THURSDAY JULY I2TH, I  ?M r--*.   Jul wards and  .Miss  Mary   Kd- j  wards   left, yesterday   on ' ji   visit   to j  -Green wood. ' \  Rev. Jas. Giaham Paterson  vvill   lecture in tin- Presliyterian church tonight  ''on his tniveN in foreign countries.  Speeches, Athletic and Aquatic Sports.  GRAND     -    BASEBALL     -    MATCH  between the Boston Bloomers, (champion <  Ladies y Baseball Team of the world) and  the Revelstoke team.  -Asa l-Iilhnan, of Trout Lake, who has  heen on a short visit to the coast, spent  yesteiday in town on his return home.,  Weather permitting there vvill lie a  cricket match on the gun chili grounds  tomorrow afternoon at,-:,'30, C. V. H. v-  city. Everyone intere:-ted in the game  invited ,to at tend.  9  Louis   ISenoil,   driver  of  tin-*   Revel   j  stoke Si reel (;,u* Line, is laid up a- tin- ,  lesiiltof hi-. Lt-ain running away  Wed-  noday afternoon upsetting the rig and  hi caking hi.- leg below the knee.  The C. P. R. excursion train will leave the  depot here at 7 a, m., returning about 9:30  in the evening. , Everybody-welcome, come  and enjoy a day's outing.  GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.  _.' ���������y-y-y-y^"3T^',"jr,";5'V"!������-~''     ���������     "    *-      "     *-    *     *     "- , 4,  %        Goods for the Season.     K������  tfa  "    We would call'your.attention to the following goods at our usual -^  *>$--  reasonable pi ices: ��������� _   '     ��������� fffr ,  rtrt  OU Sloven, one and tup banters; IbifAujoi-ators and L:c Crcom Freezers; <^>  f$������ 'Screen Doors and- Windows ; (,'olcau-heil )}'ir>: Fvtthiy. f^)  <$> Everything for the Lawn ^-������������sjs^> f  ^ ' " Jfowern, Sickle, Shear*, /'fuse ond Sprcrya. f  4> STARELLS TOOLS.   ,. ***  % W.   M.   LAWRENCE, |  fo *    hardware and Tinsmithing. ,   , .-<!*,  $h Ladies 0ostumesN*������aa^^ - m  ijfk    '    , '   m-\m-\\������ Homespun,  all  wool; Ih'e-newest goods for J.adies Kf)/;  iVn ,    Costumes   in   dark ' and ,light' grey,- dai k and light fawn.  PK  03 '���������   Call and see them. _'   ' '    -      .  W  # New Muslins>ss^^> "    - " . ' a-   'W  </()S 'New spotted muslin for ladies slimmer dresses. Choice goods.' - W  #Ladies,Summer yests>ass^^> w  tfflvi ' We   have  a   verv   nice? line  of .these just arrived. - Price. W  ^   ,,   ,., ,"      . 15c. to 50c. , <    , ', ���������     , WW.  M Ladies Hosiery^*^?^^ '      '"���������'-Pr- ,'������     \.W  M\ '    .     New'ladies cotton hose.'fast'black, prices 15c to 35c.���������   ,  \     CALL AND SEE THESE GOODS.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^=ii>^  fish: i ^isibe-.i  Vraah .Cue],  Halibut,  Salmon, .lite.,  Smoked'   0;  ���������      '      '   Fisho& Kippursu Specially, .  ,,   Family Groeers, and Produce Merchants. -  SAVAGE BROS.,  Second   Street,  CAREFUL ATTENT ON.  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  r^-"-i  E,  Try our concentrated lemonade powder, a small tin makes 2 gallon*-, nf de-  lieiiaK Imiiimii.-kI"'. .il the C.imul.i Drug  i-c Hook (V,.-^.  ''iia-. I ).ivie-, ,-( Ii-c-oiiiuliv-e  engineer  well known   iu   I'evel*-t,oki-  and   Kruii- j  ]nO|)s   between    which    places   he   ha- '  worked for yeais. is reported as   being j  a victim of the T-ieoina accident.    -        I  Now and Then  There conies a t inn1 now and thou wlum every genl Icin.-in feel-- I.he need of an  exceptionally wtyli-h and vvell-put-togetlier -nitof clothes. The occasion  may be a wedding, .a reception, a journey or .-,oiiit* other important  function. That is the time to avoid a chance lit. That is (lie lime  above all others, to give the order to me.  R. S. WILSON, The Tailor.  FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS,  .      -sto������������^>NOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC.,  FIRST   STBBBT,   HEVELSTOKE.     :  THE SPRING STYLES  1 A <**. ,  arc  beauties.    The  Spring*-will   be here before you���������  ���������  know, it. and   you   will "be   uncomfortable with your  'heavy  winter suit.      Pick-.our your pattern now and  have your Spring" S,uit in time.  New Spring Styles in Woolens.  First Street, Revelstoke. CA  9 li ���������! ,  Our Assortment of  CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS,  STRAW MATTINGS  WALLPAPERS,  DRAPERY GOODS,  Etc., is the Largest in thc West.  Samples Free on Request.  J".    IB.  i  The brethren of 1,'evel-loki- L. O. L.. I  No. KiV-i will .ilti ml rle\int- service at  tie-; Methodic t-hnn h on Snrid������jy even-  inj? ii������*xt. iiieeting at the f. 0. 0. F.  h.ill at /' o'clock. Visiting brothers  c-ordiallv invited to attend.  fOS.. Victoria, B.C.  Tiie Rovehtoke svv iminiiig bath' vvill  ajrain he put in shape for bathing provided sufficient number of names are  oiibc-c! ibed io eti^iu-y'tlie cost of repairs  Ini orpomttd by act of Pai liamcut \XAj.  HEAD OFFICE - - MONTREAL  AVm. Molso:-' .M-UTKL'RSn:;, lJrt'3.       I}. H; Ewixo, Vice-Pre.s.  Jameh Em.for, General  .Manager  PAID UP CAPITAL - -      !      $2,170,000  RESERVE       ���������    - * - 1,850,000  general banking tni-*ine������s tran->dcLc1.   Int crc������t allowed on dejio^Jt--. nt, current mlc*.  J. D. MOLSflff, Manager,  HEVELSTOKE, B. C,  MeLennan, MeFeely & Company, Limited,  WHOLESALE HARDWARE I ^"irr  and   Tiling.       MAJESTIC   STEEL   RANGES   for   Hotel   and   Family   use  Miners' and Mill Supplies.  Vancouver, - - British Columbia,  IJr.inclius at Dawson City, Allin and Ueuiiett.  THE B. U, ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).  (Late MaeFat-lane & Co.)  VANCOUVER,    B. C.  We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and 'carry ri large slock o������  lia lances, Furnaces, Fire Clay goods, Scientific and Practical Book *-*, Glassware,  Platinum goods, Acids.Chemicalsand all otherAssayer'sand Miner's requirement-���������������.  Sole Agents for Mot gun Crucible Comp-int, "Batt^rriea, Becker Bono' Balance.-*, etc.  Catalogue and full pattlculats seut on a|iplication,

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