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Array ������\ r     ,  Vol. 8.-N0. 15. -  EEYELSTOKE. B. G, JULY JO, 1901.  $2.00 Per Year.  K  6fc ������JB  i man v v^itmu  Come and See Our Beautiful Display  of Spring Merchandise.  i  i i . .< '  11 BEAUTIFUL WHITE GOODS.  Fancy   White    Muslins.  Laces,   Valancincs,  etc. '  SWISS & DiMITY MUSLINS  A most beautiful assortment of these  fashionable "foods' in various colors at  |i ;���������        ir, 17^2, 20, 25 and 30 cents.  I UNDER: SKIRTS.  H                           ���������    '     ,              >                                        ' FVT'i  f,      , ���������    '      '   '      Mercerised Sateen .Skirts  in endless j������j  U                 '    ',          colors���������AH'prices.                 ��������� ���������    ������������jf  <?                                    ���������                                         ' Wi  j������                                                     ,              -    1             ��������� MJJ  EASTER GLOVES. ������'  .������*������  er  Wc sell  the famous Pem'n's Gloves, jM  ���������Or.cc worn alwavs asked for. ^'  BOYS' BLOUSE SUITS.  1  Just   to   hand   the  finest shipment of ji  Boys' Blouse  Suits.  best made  in   Canada; and don't rip |||  anvwliere.   ���������  ��������� '  m  Xi MEN'S GLOTHING-  We'have   just   opened  up a  range  of  beautiful " Satiivlined,   AH-  .wool  Serge' and   Worsted Suits, and  ��������� "marked  them  away clown. ' .Call and  ���������. see us before buying elsewhere.  McXenzle' Avenue;  mMi  s:  Model and Plans Arr'.vsi  On Tuesday F. McCarty received  thc model and plans of tho steamer  to-be built at, Nakusp for (he Big  Rend irado. Thc steamer will be a  stern-wheeler, with.a length of 120  feet, and'width-ff beam 22 fe3t.  The model embodies all the latest  improvements in the design of boats  fcr up-river navigation. The steamer wul be called the " Revelstoke."  and viili have a 16-foot stern wheel.  The machinery, now being built by'  the Poison ironworks, will be of a  powerful character, and thc steamer  will be one of the host river boats  turned out in the Province.  INDUSWALNOTES  Situation Unchanged  Men Still Firm  and Confident of  Ultinate Success.  .LETTER     FROM ��������� ASSISTANT     OKNKHAL  SUPERINTENDENT  Dl'SCIIESNAY.  To'the Editor:  Sir,���������Your last issue of July 12th  has a letter signed T. 0. McMana-  mon, organizer, of  ������>. of R. T., of A.,  'dated July 9th.  It is not expected that I should  in any way follow Mr. McManamon  in his personalities,'nor shall I reproach him with it, since it is part  of his. duties, as "he'Understands  them, and for which he draws pay.  'lhe points of his letter _ which., 1  cannot allow to' go unchallenged  are as follows:  ������������������'It is reported of Mr. I)u-  chesnay that he said the committee was, composed of the  most ignorant'men he had ever  ��������� met; that' when trying to talk  " business to them in Montreal  they, just grabbed their huts  and left the olliee.  ��������� "'This happened, but not  until Mi'. Spencer, a past master  in prevarication when dealing  with committee?, lost his head  and' told  Chairman -   Lenncn  that "'the d sectionnien did  not have sand enough to strike,'  and cMr. Duchcsnay remarked  that the watchmen whom they  represented were not trackmen  but ''a gang of old cripples who'  could not get employment at  ��������� any other class of work.' Nice  words of praise for men who  havo imperilled life and limb  ���������dtrrinE -0 years of faithful  service.'  I again repeat- exactly what" I  already often said: ���������'"Thecommittee  was composed of the most Unreasonable and ill-advised men .that  I ever met. Thev positive!v refused  to discuss   rates, with  us���������the mo-  ii  ment the manager himself endeavored to do so they grabbed their  hats nnd walked out."   This I said  aiid structures west of Kamloops is  equally satisfactory. There arc today w.orkirig on'the Thompson and  Cr.scade'seclions 22(3 mc-ii( exclusive  of track watchmen.  ElJM. J. DfCIIESNAV.  Assist. Gen'l .Sup't.  Revelstoke, July 13th, 1U01.  LETTER FROM, ORGANIZER MCMANAMON  'EDITOR KOOTENAY MAIL:"  Sir,���������I wish to use your valuable  paper as a means of- placing before  th'b reading public some facts "regarding the trackmens strike:  Now. sir, I left Revelstoke on the  TOth inst, and paid a flying visit to  tlie following points: Nelson, Cran-  brook,  Michel, Medicine  Hat, Calgary, Field, ami on   io 'Revelstoke.  Ry,reading,the Free Press, Tribune,  Province, News-Advertiser,  Herald  and a host of other papers a man  could casiiv persuade himself that  tho strike'was a thing of. the past.  ��������� This reminds me of an incident  that' ocurred   in   Vancouver.-    D.  Creed was superintending tlie blasl-  ing;and removal of a  rock  in the  harbor, close  to the  wharves, an������d  every evening there was a paragraph  in the local  sheet concerning his  headway.    One day the superintendent,  accompanied  by a couple  of reporters, came along and said  ''���������'How are you getting on with the  rock,   Denny':"   the   answer   wil?  /''It's  down   there,   12 feet, under  waltir, but if you  don't stop these  d���������-- reporters they will have it  means,  also  gave   instructions   lo  have   law   strictly enforced at all  points of entrance.    We   read of a  12-ycar old girl being caught smuggling a gallon of brandy across the  line and the brave ami   intelligent  customs 'oilicer  is  honorably mentioned -and  gets promotion, but at  the  same   time  60 garlic-flavored  sons of sunny Italy can be imported by the C.P.R. without detection.  Their nasal organs as .well as their  eyesightought to  be properly inspected   before   these   government  hangers-on receive their positions.  Now, what is to  become'.of these  men when this dispute is settled?  The C.P.R., to insure  the,lives am!  safety oft the  general  public,  will  not place!them in  the responsible  position=--of-=rseet.-ion---foremen; tin-*  strikers when  reinstated will n'ot:  boss such carrion.   .Now, if they are  not'deported arc our jails or almshouses large enough to  hold them,  or is lli'cralenaver readv to support  them?  Thisisaquestion for the peace-loving public to take up. By what'authority call the C.P.R, endanger the  peace of our coram unities/the quietness rof our homes, the safety ot otii  wives and children, by-bringing into this country the creme de la  cremo of the dumping grounds of  Europe, and America? As to manly  virtues,, the code 'of.morality, the  Plot to Crack Hume  & Co.'$ Safe.  American  Caol   Lirds  Ct:     :  in  the  Sonic   sensation   was caused in  the city yesterday  by a report th: t  removed before I get time to get the  hole.-; bored to blast it."  The men on- Kooltnay"branches  are'out,   and   out   to  stay. " The.  C.P.R.,   through   their   misguided  .policy, will soon find ' themselves  minus some of their.best trackmen,  as a great   number "'of sectionnien  have sought and found employment,  at $2 and  i}"2.25 per" day, on the  Lardeau  construction   work.   The  men'on Crows .Nest P-ass Ry,-are in  the same.position. The men on thc  ���������main line arc out to stay as they  have assured mu they will abide by  the   action    of  their    committee.  There is  not a single' instance of a  man   returning   to   work   on   the  Pacific division. ���������      ���������    ���������,  Ondlie Western division .things  arc the same. 'They are waiting  patiently, and in quiet obedience to  t  settlement,    Harvest  and do repeat, leaving  the public | is approaching and  work can  lie  orders- for  Meeting of Ladies Auxiliary.  , At ii nu-ei ing nf the Ladies Auxiliaiv  on Wednesday afternoon (here vveie  tireseiit,:���������Mesdauies [{owsoii and A.'  Smilh, representing the' Methodic,  church; Mirsdmnes F. McOariy nnd  Wilkes,, 'representing the Calhtilic  (.���������Imreli'; Jlesdanies Lawrence, and M,  K. Lawson, repieseiiling lhe Preshy-  terian cluti-fli aiid Mesdatnes Caiiuth-  i'1-s and Bi-undrel.t, representing llie  Chinch of England. , Tlie following  efl'icris were elected :���������Pre.-ident, Mrs.  Gal-nil hers ; .vice-president-, JJi>.  \ViII;,u; sec-relit ry, Mrs. AI. K. Lawson;  treasurer, Mrs. A. N Smilh. ��������� The. cily  was divided into four di.*4riels fur canvassing purposes, and lhe ladies will  wait nn the citizens (o obtain lhe  necessary fnnd-t Id- assist in Ih-1 e&tal -  lishiiieiit of the hus pi Nil.  ���������and nil railway men conversant  with committee work to judge, We  ha.ve.nqt had the pleasure of their  company since,  ��������� I was present at all meetings presided over' by Mr. Spencer and thc  General Manager, and I most cnir  phalieally deny that Mr. Spencer  ever used thc expression, or anything like it; wliich Mr. McManamon  mention?,    All the committeemen  easily obtained liy those who"heed  it, as an army of 20,000 men v.-ill  be able to obtain work in Manitoba  and the Territories iu the next few  weeks,  The men are confident of winning,  They have perfect confidence, in  their committee and President, and  being out exactly a month 1o*day  find themselves gaining instead of  losing ground,   as  late, dispatches  in sessions and after rossiona were I from .headquarters of committee an-  at all times treated with greatest,! nounoc the   fact  courtesy, and Mr. McManamoni) 1 j tlio Owen Sound  arii slire never got his-information  from them. -  Relating to the remarks he states  I made in reference to the watchmen, viz., ''that -they were a gang  of old cripples." I defy anyone to  substantiate this. What I certainly  said was that watchmen could not  be reckoned as trackmen. ' whose  duty was to repair and maintain  track whilst the watchmen had  simply to watch and, where.needed,  put out the necessary danger sig-,  nals and report at once the trouble.  To further prove lo them the theory  that watchmen could not be con-  j sidered trackmen, I said that ninny  that thc men ou  Rvi-have at last  suspended work, Now- if these  inen saw their fellow laborers all  over the east returning t6 work, as  the press dispatches try lo tell us,  would they suspendX work iit this,  the'elevent'h hour?���������Did you ever  see men join in a lost eatpc of their  own free will. The appended resolution speaks for, tho Revelstoke  men.  Now, ,1s to the position taken by  the C.P.R. Co.; Is there anything,  in their pro.-,ent position that appeals iii any manner to the general  public? Look the matter over care-  full \! What do you Cud? ' The  decent, upright,  intelligent ollicia  The Eninrprisfi Ci>u-Company have: Mado During the Wook by Revel-  ppceiveil f('Aernl Imies nf (uImcco leaf.  They if'jwrt ilieir iiihIcp of cigars are  .being well introduced into llie Route  nay count i v.  Tlie Milium] meplint,' nf ihe. Revel  stolen Water, Liijlit and P.ivww  Company was held on .Moinlii'y night.  The follow in-; (iireuiors weie elecied  for lhe. ensuing vear : ��������� W, Cowan  (chairiiriii), J. Aliraliniuson, C. llnl  ten,   0. y.uidliei-ir,   \V\ M    JJruwn,   J.  Kennedv, iinrl C.inl. T.ivlor. i .    " ' !     Morns & Steed--IJig Dend,   Iliecille  II.    A.    Dmwti    hus    arrnng-'d     lo , wart,  establish   in     tiie   Cily    ihe    Cnimi ,     If. ilowsou-Tiout. Lake. '  Cii^ir   Kiiulory,      The   I'iu: lory w ill   he;     l<:,, t.-ij ������i ise Drewery--Xakii������p, C'oina  stoke Merchants.  (J. D. Hume k Co.���������Big 13-iul, Albeit  Canyon, C'nnilioi nty-Coniaplix, Trout  Lake, Thomsoii's Landing, Ferguson,  Arrowhead, Enderhy, Illecillewarl,  i Sicaiuous, Field, Griffin L-ikc, Rogera  Pass.  W. M. Lawrence���������Cinihonie, Smilh  (Ji-eek, Ooiiiaplix, St. Leon, Fergiison,  Trout Lake.  of ourwatchmen were cripples, had i is quietly attending to his office; in  one arm only, and were physically   his heart he  is in  sympathy with  incapacitated of doing any  track  work, therefore could not be called  trackmen,  As to the number of men we  actually have at work on the Pacific  division looking after thc maintenance of way, the figures I gave were  based en facts, and  Mr, McMana-  ���������itt '.he Union -lilocl  (J    I Ik;    l.ruiid.i i .,|  turned "tit   vvill   he "Our .Special" and j ������������������_���������,,,,,* j,.,^  "Uuio.i "     Mr.    Drown    has   arnuged'  log-l in a sl.'ill' of cigar   imikeis   and  expects   In    luue    llie    faclmv iu full  swing    liy    lhe   I egiiii.ing of    Aiii.",,>t.  The    faclorv vvill   be    run    on -ill ie".I}'  union principles.  piix,   Thtjiii^on's  Landing.   Camborne,  mill Luke, Field,  Ferguson,   Iliecille-  wael, Albert Can Vou.  Ueid & ^'oiiiig- Coinaplix, Fei-guson.  If.-iiri.'r.s I'.-i,*---, Glacier, Sicainoii'-*.     c  Unurue P)i-os.��������� (JI,icier,   Hear  Creek,  Laiiiie,  Ariovv head,   'i'lii'inson's Ldiul-  in^,- Cainimi ne.  men by his ".denial simply shows  lack cf reliable information, or that  he is naturally too economical of  the truth, .'Since the date of my  wire which has been published and  referred to by Mr. McManamon, lhe  number of laborers actually doing  track work daily has more than  doubled, Yesterday, from Kam-  ���������loops io Laggan, we had 2(38 laborers and XU bridgemen working.  And, further, for the benefit of  Organizer McManamon, as well as  the men to whom lie f-o unwarrantably addresfes such false informa-  iion. 1 might add that the condition  ���������of ajfajr^ c- cOnct-rn? tjjc j'.^dbe'd  tlie downtrodden trackmen who, in  many instance-, licl] ed to jilace  him in tho remunerative position  he now tills, Tho incompetent,  brainless fop, 'or double-distilled  sucker is out on thc road, accompanied by a gang of parasites whom  ho despises, and they in turn are in  charge of gangs of hobos, jailbirds,  sundowners, thugs, plug-uglies,  tramps from (-Seattle ; anarchists,  nihilists, mafias and other classes  of Dagoes from Boston. XXow, if a  man is known by the .company ho  keeps, how much respect can an  intelligent trackman havo for the  scab-driver who associates with  thc^c men, lie he roadmaster or  superintendent?  Xow, as to the alien labor law,  why is it that thc machinery can't  be sot in motion? We know that  Ihe attorney-general has been interviewed and has promised to.set the  Jav,-    in   i^bti^n-'"',-lj<ii'3vt,ir    tljat  standard of intelligence, is'there to  day any means of guaging -the  depths to which these .men may  sink when we find that the long-  despised Johh Chinaman refused to  to cook for not only the, scabs but  also the scab-herders. Thanking  vou beforehand for volu1 valuable  snace, I remain, etc.,  ���������  'T. G. McMaxamox,'  ���������   ���������    ��������� Organizer B. of R-. T. of A.-  Revelstoke, July 17ih, 1901.  RESOLUTION' OF LOCAL LODCIK.  At a .large and representative'  meeting oi tlio B. of R. 'r. of A., heie  on l7th'inst,thefollowing'rcsolution  vvas, unanimously adopted amidst  cheers and applause for mover and  seconder; ..  Moved by. Bro. T. Gillespie, ttic-  onded by Bro. Toombs:  Whereas, that on this date a  month's lime 'has elapsed since a  suspension of work was ordered by  bur General Grievance Committee,  representing the maintc-nancc-'of-  \vay employes on C. P. R. system  at Mo n't real','an th  -Whereas, the representatives of  tho company, instead of dealing iii  a fair and just manner with our  Committee, have resorted' to unfair  .and underhand tactic-!, spreading  false reports in regard to force at  work, coupled with vile insinuations  ���������levelled at our Committee and President, lying dispatches ajid bolstered editorials got up by a pap������  sucking'subsidized portion of tho  pros?) all of which we luio'.v to be  false;  ��������� Be it resolved) that 'we take this  opportunity to express "and record  our unbounded confidence in our  Committee and Grand President,  that' we hereby endorse their  actions" that wc suspended work In-  order of said Committee, that we  will not resume work until ordered  by said Committee, that we hold  said Committee blam'elc-s for delays in .settlement as our Committee  is ready to meet the cho.-cn representatives of Canadian Pacific Railway Company whenever-' notified  to do s-.o, and further, that copies of  this resolution be >*eiit to our Committee and Grand-President; to the  presidents of the various Sub-  Divisions and members of Protective Boards on tho Canadian Pacific  Railway system; lo the Kootk.vay  Mail, Inland Sentinel, Voice and  other papers who have shown a  willingness to stand on their own  merits and give a square deal to  thc striking trackmen,  I). C. Fhaskh, President.  T, J. Graham, Secretary.  'J'he fiillnwing isa 3 nnple of (.he lying  de-patches which Ihe. company c-iin ���������  l.ites l In fulfil i Is telegraph depal'l.iuenl:  ������������������Winnipeg, .July 1(5���������The ctuiiinillee ol'  -l.riking tiiickinen here are hecoining  discouraged. Public sympathy has  eiuiivly left liieni, and the men lliem*  M Ive.-, earneslly wi.-h lhe Monti eai com-  mil Lee would call the sti ike ol?.1'  T. J. Graham, si cretary lo lhe local  lirancli of Ine union, has heen pushing  malLcrs wilh the Alt.oi ncy-Geneial at  Victoria, and has informed the Times  ihat the re-ull s are mi li-factory.  (Coiuiipic'd on ji'a^vy 'j  'be police had arrested men nn a  charge of conspiring to rob Kiurc  it Co.'s store. Report added tin t  ihe men were employed in the C. P.  =R-shops and had made tools theio  to assist them in the work. T.1 e  reports proved to some extent exaggerated, but still Magistrate Sil>  bald's 'investigation of the'affair  made one of the most- sensational  scenes that have occurred, in the  police court,  ; It appears that two men had  come to the city who had together  served sentences in the  . SALEM  I'EN'ITEN'TIARY.  One   named    Hamilton,   "alias  Johnston, has been working^in thc  C. P. R, shops for some weeks, and  the   other   named Sylvester, alias  Duffy,   arrived  in   the city "frem  the east the   beginning    of    tlio  week,      Hamilton    became   very'  popular with some of his co-employes   and   played   goul for, tl'e  Revelstoke team in thu recent football match nt Golden,  .'Hamilton  professed in court, that, he  wished  to live an honest life and had given  up stealing, while, Sylvester told a  very different story of him, and n,  would be rather''a difficult matttr  to   say, without, further evidencr, '  which' of the, two .men told tie  tnith.     Still' their -stoiics-hingi d  round   one   common   subject, ard-  that  was 'Hume & Co.'s store ai d  the   cigar, boxes filled with mom y  whiclr were to be found there cii  C.'P. R. pay-day,   y  l-'iUE.NDS OH EN'EMIE:-..  Whether-nho men had been,  friends or enemies is also difficult  to determine as each told a diff. j-  ent story. It is enough to know  that they had.,-'been a^-oeiateu a -  gether, that they met each other in' '  Revelstoke, that they discussed  matters that might have resulted  in the development .of a sensational  crime in the city, that they had-  perhaps bigger game on foo't and  'may havo quarclled over their, plans.  'Ibis recalls, the fact that Sylvester claimed ' (hero were three  men in the affair, Coincident with '  this is tho fact that on Tuesday  night*���������the night on winch the piu  is alleged���������three men were seen iu  the vicinity of tho Imperial Rank  after midnight and disappeared oh  hearing some puasyrs by coming.  Their movements at the time attracted suspicion.  THEY  HAD   QUAKELLKll  evidently over something and Sylvester perhaps, too'; this means"of  having revenge on his ���������erstwhile  prison companion.  The exposure of the affair came  off at the police court yesterday  before Police Magistrate Sibbald,  Mr. MeCarter appearing for ihe  Crown and Mr. Scott for two  accused, Hamilton and Cotton, who  were charged with conspiring to  rob Hume's store. As the only  evidence to connect Cotton wilh thV  affair was Sylvester's statement  that Hamilton had told him that  Cotton was in it, and as Hamilton  denied this, there was no evidence  whatever against Cotton, who is an  employe at the C. P. R. shops and  he was. discharged on Mr. McCa;������  ter's application.  SVLVK-TKlt's   STORY  in court was as follows : " Arrived  here .Monday. Knew Hamilton  under the name of Johnston in tl c  Salem penitentiary, whciv I was  confined with him as prisoners, his  term being five years. Met him  here Tuesday night, Hamilton hailing me. Addressed him as " Johnston," and he cautioned me fo keep  quiet, Walked up the street together. Asked him to go to Queen's; ���������  Hotel and have drink." He said he  did not want to as he was in good  society and mentioned a long-haired barber. We sal down on the  bank.   ��������� A.-keel  him if he had been '  (t'untiiHi'v'cldn pV^ ij THE KOOTiLNAY MAIL
abe1koote!ia\>.fiDaiE!ilhotfovhi,1!- ln thU strikc lhc"
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breaking has   been   almost entirely
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��b33ri?::oa   Priso,   53.03   Per   Anauir.
.U)VKi?TI31X(J   r.A'th^   quoted   on   aypli-
L'.ltiull.
JCI> UH1NTING of tvery kiiul at uio>t rciison
able rates ami shortest notice.  .
ACCOUNT;: for job jivinting or ntlvrrtNii-a
pi.v.iltl'j on lliu I'.r.-l (it every iimnlli; -"lib
-jril)lion-> piy.ible ���.trietlj in .uiviiin-i-.
on the side
they should  1-e  taught  that the.
have no more  right  to  violate the
laws of the land than anybody else.
Tim; incident in connection wilh
the importation of Italians who
were ai work at Rear Creek would
ie   davs   of   nciiro
good site-! .eeriainly, but tb.c prices ' Lirdeau,     Horses,   (������nines    and    the
' sii'.inici-Ai-gi'iiiii wciv uiiliz'-d liylhc
(ii!l','l-eiiL |i;n(ie> to, lie lir-t mi tile
groijiit. .M-Ph.iil and Keegan. wlin
knew the country, weiv successl'nl in
securing the heM, nf llie properly.
asked by the; owners place them
beyond the means of the hospital
of the company, and j funds, and the committee have recommended the site on Front street
as the best available within their
iiiiaiicial'means. We hope the city
is not going to be split up over this
hospital site question. This is a
subject above all others on which
citizens should endeavor'to pull to-
iSurclv it. is better fo have
aether.
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io.-.y.ii.ii.-,.ii...i.  inn ..-. .in evM.-i"-'! mi , out here against   the  law;,thev are
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1'CL"-'["t;    ' '     '    | cordance with  their contract; they, j t]lc. advantages that   will  admit of
.   -     'ilU:r    ., ���    "       ���   I iirc',odtr^1  i!1   jail, ami threatened   the best'svslein of sewage: it is con-
J ju-: ivooTi-.-XAV Hail,      ���    ���    ��� .       ��� ��� ��� . ��� c '
���   KevoUoke, I3.C
It Dazzles the World "
No  Disetivety  in   medicine has'ever
���^oEaaaiaassk.
AKGE   AND   WELL   LIGHTED
c-ivaled one (j'uai K-r ol" llie excitement
lhal. has been caused'liy JJr. King's
New Discovery fur Consumption. II'.*-
sevcrc-.t '..-Ms have heen on lnipi-le*=s
v,-ell-et]uipjsed hospital secured I victims of* ConMnnpiiiui, Pneiimonia,
ban lo have further quibbling over   ^''"'onhag.', Plemi.-y and Dnmcliitis,
thoiisiinds (,|- whom it has resttued lo
JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR...... ���
yARGE   AND    WELL    LIGHTED
f SAMPLE  IIOOMS.   Healed by
^^�� l.tt   ur'i.id  i In die  lilis  in
liKbt in every room.   Free bus meets all
trains.
REASONABLE  KATES.
NitfliL Grill Itouin in oouiu'Ctioti for ihe
cuiivcnirnci'of Kin'.-'tf. arriving and di-
ji.ti-tiiiK by niBht train*. Hourly street
ear becvveeii Hotel and .-tation.
���������.'... REVELSTOKE, B. C!
1'. 0. Uu.v 7'i, lIcvcNtol.oStalHiii,
'J'e!i']ilione<No. ."li.
j with prosecution ; they are promis-
! ed release if  thev will go  to work,
.    ) and   arc   shipped   back   again  to
 .... ,  | where the company wants  them.
cirv agents. ; Nigger driving wants no closer ex-
'('.-,;,lo-" ta" Til.-. M.in. iiin.v be obtained frtun l'(;:i!])Ii,'icatIoil ill these slippcied days
llie lulluvvni�� cily ajcettl
.!. W. ��i:xxkt !���.<������
C.vx.vii.v Hitn. .s: Huiac Co.
I'. Ji, ��'i:i.!.i,
! oi ireeuoni,
j.ONnoN, i-;ng��� ag.x.vcv.
'J'hc liiijiciiiil Type I'ot.iali-y C'e., himiled,
AdvevtiKiny Agouti-. A JI itjli Sireit, lireiittoril,
J-mihIoii W., Eii,,rl.'iii'l.
Kui-opc.in anil Culoni.il Ailvcrti.-.lnjj Ajji'iicy,
Ill Fleet St. ���
TORONTO AGKNCi.
(.'ciil-al Pre," Agency, Cuiiadiiiii AdvertiMnj
AKC.K-y, Ah'u'iii'.
.MOXTKK.U. AUICNCV.
A. McKiiii & Co,, Agent.-..
I'tiabtirnt.-. Advcrilaiiiif Ajjency,
sSI'OIvANK AGENCY.
Ale:ouuler  S   Co.,  Advcrli-��iiig  .\genl.-', <5i31
Vnvi Ave,
'riAN KfiANClSCO AGKNCY,
1-!. ('. Hake, t!l nnd l!,5 Mcrelianin ICxeliiiiige.
AgL'Ill-.
NEW YOUIv AGENCY,
Kt'iiiinstou I-iru-.., old I'ro.uh',iiy.
I     Tin: lire ahtrm system of ihe! city
! is1' in  ti   very  unsatisfactory  state
! anilsholdjie remedied.'  the success
I of a brigade in  handlinti' a fire in a
i v- ���     ,
wooden city like Revelstoke largely
j depends on the promptitude with
i which the brigade can be brought
on the scene. With the present indifferent alarm system (here is almost certain to he much'delay, for
there is hardly a meeting of the
council at which it is not .reported
that the fire alarm system failed to
workor rang in false alarm's without known cause.
venient to the railway, as ih cares
of accident the C. P. R.jiave proposed to run cases down to opposite
���where the hospital would be located; j .-jji'tjo.
the site is in'a quiet spot away from
traflic and is prettily situated overlooking the Columbia river. Let
this hospital question be settled in
an amicable spirit by all means.
Those whbraise objections can only
do so for objections' sake and that
spirit has been the curse of thc cily,
pei feet hea'.lh. For Coughs, Cold.-,
Asthma, Croup, IIay0 Fever. Hoarseness and , Whooping Cough il. is lhe
(piicke.-l, sure.-t, cure in lhe world. It
is sold hy the Canada Drug & Book
Co. who guarantee salij-f.iclion ot-.ie-
1'iind money. Large hollies'50c. and
Tiial hollies free.
"W^ErOIjES^LLEJ
Wine&Liquor Merchant
CIKCL'LATION.
WHERE DOES THE
(JOVERXME.NT STAXD?
It is thu duty of the Dominion
government to have every Italian
and alien imported   by the (J. I'. It.
Tin:   k'd.n itv.iv   Al.vii, hits irfir-.t-cl.-i-.s i-ii--
culiil tun   in   llu- Cilv nl   1,'i'v I'Wolte nnd ->ur- ,
'���' i'"K iiiMrict,ami ui-i ni the ruiiiiiviiii,' i j-'nmcdiatel v arrested and denorlod
jiliirt-.: ' ,i ' '      L
j to   (lie   stales   whence   thev   were
Allmrl (.'.iii.vun
(!l,-i,-iei-
(iolden
Al'fllVVllC'.lil
('oiiiii|ili.s   .
'I'l-Diit Lake tlil.y
llleuillevv-jit'l,
l!(ii;er> I'.i-s
S.ilinun Ann ,
Thorn -mi'.��� J.txiiiling
('.-rnibut-iie
l-'ernusun
Itnlryiiii H"i Si'iriny-*. Xiikn-~|i ,
Jt.iii'lun e'ily " ��� Kiro Vtilluy,
J.
SO
j brought in defiance(i of the letter
| and spirit of the alien labor law,
;' Will the government do its duty?
cj That is the ejuestion to whicli peo-
i pie are 'looking to Sir' Wilfred
-Laurier for an answer. If nothing
jitGEiiNToTiiiJc .; n,ciTYui.;ALTii   is done then' (ho  people  will  eon-
Onieo: Tiiyloi-Uloek.MiieUc.i.le Avenue.        I dlU,�� (i',:,t lhe ,Iibcral   t'OVerUUlCllt,
,    . *'        ,' Mike the conservative   government
W. CUOSB, iSl. D.
I
AHVUY k .AicCARTEU
"G
Pi'i).-.|ircloi,s ami inine-ovvnerfi nre inv.'ted (o
centtibitto tii the IvoorEXAY .Mail Inform*
ntiuii of a reliubln ehiu-ticler i-pgnrdiiig their
properties, describiriy surfuco slio\viiif,'s,
(luvelopiiient work Hiidrc.-iiillMitli'iulini,' it.
, ii-jsays, and new- diseoveries. Tho editor
desires tu niiiku the JUaii. a nicaiiri of
l'urnitililiiK to investor* reliable iiifoniiaiiciii
conuei-ninij the ni-ogre.--- and development
ot theiniiiorul reauiuve-i of North liooieiiay.
A proii'iising discovery of mica \v;is
made last, week near lhe cily.    ,
��� There are ahout 1,200 men oul in connection wilh tliu miners' strike at
ilnssland. _ '
The Yniir n'line is 'now;,pinning $2j,*
000 a month, equivalent lo HO per cenl,
on il.i capital.
A. F. IJosenlierger ha^ applied for
waLi'i light lor .")0U inches on Pool
Creek in conned ion vvilh lhe Wilfred
group.
The London secretary of Iho Le IJoi
claims that 'the mine, has,$20,000,000
vvorih of ore in .sight and can treat $7
ore at a ,pi olll.
Messrs. Adair and Lappan have been
sinking a shafl on the Nohle Three on
li-ifoi-iiie creek, and the properly is ic-
povted lo look well. '   ,
The stall' on the Highlander  mine al,
Generous Grant from the Victorian
Order of. Nurses.
.Mr. IJ. lb Atkins, seerel'aiT to the
Hus-pital Ti ustees, has received ad
vices nf a substantial and generous
grant having heen made to lhe. lievel-
stnko hospital liy the, Victorian Ordei
of Nurses and. its auxiliary, lhe Vic
toi'ia f/ottagc Hospital Fund, so sue
cessfuliy organized [>y Her Excejlency
llie .Cuumess of '.Minlo. . We under
stand it. is largely owin'g tu. Her Excellency's kindly interest that KevelMoke
is iiidohted for this lihe.ral grant, for
wliieli the Countess has tlie, thanks of
this ci'imniunity.
11 is hoped that her excellency vvill
he able to conio to llevelsiuko lo open
llie hospital on tlie uoinpletiuii of tlie
luiilding, vviicn s!ie vvill receive, a warm
welcome from lhe citizens,.
THE CENTRAL HOTEL
Under same management.
QUEEN'S HOTEL,
TROUT LAKE CITY
,   , ...        il.i i       ,, Aiiimvi l'th   is -hcing    increased,   and
bctore  it,  is  aht*olutelv under  the ,,., ���    ���   .? , ,  ���
, other pivneriies in thai cam]) tire heing
thumb of  the  C. P. R., and  there opened up. .    ���
IIAKItlSTli'ISS, SOLICITOUS, KTC.
UKricus:   31oi.snxs   Haxic   Hi.ock,   i;i:vi:i.-
s-toui'., u. e\
, Sluiicy hi loan.
' Olliee.-: lU-vcI.-aoko, U. V.\ Kort Steele, II. C.
O'i:o. ������?. JI(;(!.vhti:i{, 'j. A. II.vuvuv,
Jteveli-toke, 11. f;*=,���J-'orl-Steele, U. C.
will aritc throughout the lanel a
demand that the right* of 'the pec-
ple shall he respected, and   that re-
J.
.M. SUOTJ', U.A., LI..IJ.
The provincial gjvern'iiient have arranged for gold lu-icks hcing cashed al
Vancouver on the cerlilicate oi' Llie
government assayer, \Y. ��� IVIlew-
lhn-vey.
The Hanclnn P.iyslreak reports' a
heller feel in
I!.\I!I1I*TKU.    .SOUCITOi!,    ^'oTAKV
i'fiii.ic, Ktv.
.Mc-ivXcuzic Ave.,   -   lievclstoke, IJ. U.
���I/DWAKI) A. IiAOGEX,    "
XMlNiNO   li .NO l.N Iiii 1-1,
(Mem. Aiiicfiraii In-titute JNiiIhk Kiinlnuur.-l    rstalKl luVdllv to the   rights  unci ill-
tei'C5is of ihemjeivc.-' and their
children they will handle aii monopolies as ibey :-luHll'i he haii<iiecl���
with a linn rein..to keep ���!;<������ in in :i
coui'-e subservient; in"
coi.ntrv  in-tc.i'.l
j prc-eiitalive'!: shall (be  returned to !
: Ottawa   di.-linctly pledged  to figlit
jthis   tryanny and   put   it   under, j |H.lu.r ril|.lillR ,��� LiK,s,llulon c.mpihan
1  Kverv day this   strike   COlltillUCsi is ; for n long  lime.    Heavy  payiolls art;
making converts to thc eaiU'C of free j lieeoining tiie order of the day,, and
governnient and free  people. . This ' 1"1--i'"^ * ��'sily iuipr.ived.
'countrv cannot afford, to   have two '    Tlu'Tlv'il snu'ltni- closed down 'one
, , ,     I copper   luinncu 'la**t   week   and ��� will
wvernmeuts���one ^ct   up  hv  the    ,      .,,,  ,,,/,    ,    ,, ,,    , ,,
1       * .close Hie  otheis a.s   [hi;  resnlL ot  the
people ill   Ottawa   and   another sot   sirikei-s al lhe Le Itoi  preventing the
Up   by   (he, C.P.R.   at   Montreal.,   loading of ore for the smelter.
The people   niUSl   rule, and if ihey     "A gi-ntleman who  has  heen   mining
GRIP .AND, PASSWORD.
K. OX,P.,   ���
A Chicago lelegiain stales Unit   'he
Iv. of P.   cndovvnieiit   fund is   short
$223,207. , " -----
L.   0.   Ij.
' The Orange' procosMon and demor.
striilion fjt Vancouver was a great
success, (he proc'ssic n being over a
mile and a half in length,
l. O. o. K.
The following are the new ollicers of
(he Selkirk bulge; N.G., Bro. 10. Adiiir;
V.G.j Bro. A. Saxtnn; Sec, Bio. J.
iMalhie: tn-a--., Bro.- It. Gordon; AV.,
Bro. F. Manning; conductor, I3m.
iM.iclenil; O.G., Brt'i. J. .\Iai>;iiinis; I.G.,
Bm. T. Gillespie;" It. S. to N. G., Bro.
J. Palmer; L. S. lo N. G., Bro. G. Vye;
ll. S. In V.G., Bro.' II. iMmiiiing; L.S.,
Bio. IJ, Fay; U.S. Supl., Bro. 1\
Monley; L. S. Supt., Bro. D. C: Fraser.
ioLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.,
WHOLESALE HARDWARE,    ANCOUVER, B.C    '
carry the largest stock in ti. C. 'of all SHELF & HEAVY HARDWAKE,
Wc are HEADQUARTERS for Railroad Supplies, Mining Supplies, Mill
Supplies, Builders' Supplies,  Painters' Supplies, Harvest-Tools, etc., etc.
We also carry a large assortment of Table  and  Pocket Cutlery     GEM <
SAFETY RAZORS.        , ' ' , "
We Invite' Correspondence.
asBesmeaaan
(Mvui. Canadian minim,' Institute.)
' Kkvklstoki-;, B. (.'.
Kwiniiiiuliuii of mill repm!-. on Mineral l'ro-
pci'lie- a Spee'taliv.
abelRootena^/lDatl
the
he W'.-ifars.1 of
of    iiO'XlVl ilr
lv-
FRIDAY. J I'M" 11), l'JOl.
niar-ter.-.    The i'ovvrnmen: :�� c--tah
li.-heel to maintain tiie ];r*v. irrc-j��;c-
oi inch vidua i  or   enrja ra
HVl
on. ar.d
hat  the
rl,
or nvdhl w&v for other- v.-ho v,i;i.
j ni: ?ticco.-s or the 'orj:aii./.Lition thc people ivul uc?
of the traekmen, aud, thi efi'ective po'.vi-r.- that he ihali do their civ,
and peatvaMe way in which they
have carried on their strike, rivals
in it*- own way the j,re.it industrial
iichicvcmt'iit.- u: Cii neirie or Morgan,'
who have heen aii.Mii;..-i ihealile^t
e'l'LMiii/rer-'of .\mcrc!.!i! incht-trv,
THE rmsPITAL M'
n-:,
We lii'j e ;li(; ipiK'.-tiiill   ol' ,1  hu.-pi
t;i L for Ki'VfNtukc i-   -lot   to loin
"���������:    ��� daugoved l,y -,>. divi-ici: ;;n/eiig-t the
Tin: company complain   that lhe   trustees  a-   n^-nrd-   a -ifc.    \\Y\r-n
Vmerican th'-' "'tl-' comniHtC'. wa- ;.-|.i '-'nted it
W!is recngnized that the matter v.'i\^
in the hand-' of t'elitlcii'iCll uho
���lVni.ild yiv; the  mattor careful cor.-
lef'.fUl.
-ti'ike i-* directed   hy an
a-, head of  the  union,    'J h
��� - directed !>y an American ar- !ie;id
of the corporation.    'I lie  company
goi.-   t'j   il.c   United r;lutes lor it-
ih
���e.ih i.ihnr tu hoip it light ihe
-t rti.*..
er
' 'iiiipaii;
III
'-���/���i' otiLiid' r   in
'hi un!-"'ii    i'h'
j::il i nu i-t I'lK'
i- :i III' 1* ll hig-
AllK-l'i' :i|ii>iu thu'ii
joi/r,r Canada ^el;
i id of ih;.- Amei icaiiism and he-
conu'*: a little more liriti-h thc
I'cf.e: ft1!' the ecun'.;���;��� and the
ve-rh.
sidei'iition. ��� 'Ih.it they have done
-M i.- cvidt nt from the fact thai they
linvc taken ,-i;c montlis in which to
.irrivi'at a der-i-i''iii, and hiv? c:-:
'hr'U-tcd i'-,cry known moan- of en
qtt'iy. ("md con-idem tion. with a
view
in the Slocan remarks that the lecenl,
chop in lead i? rcpdvalenl lo an average
io*-. of $1-1 a Ion ou lead oie, us nun.
pued vvilh itiepricci ruling lahtyeai,
There hS* been 'a >ni-.-;i di--env'ei,y at
Hi- Bin Iji'iki, .M>'s-Tis. iJi-icij and Kvans
li ivii g li'ciicl il.iv,. claims��� the pU!.
I iii It, Klli'di.i ,niil,0| Lite, and lhe location ln-ieg 111" i vl.-t-iiie lioitllern li r-
ni'i u ��� of llu- H -IkirK r.'Uige.
I- i- -tated hy tin- C.dg.-iry FFeralil
I ii.i I .Me-*;-!-, Cueiir.iiiP, 1'nting and
f'.Kil li.-ivi- linen nlT'-'i'i'd a' ipi-nter mill-
i'Ui.inr Iii,- Lid--1 piiipei I y mi vv Inch
|l,.*y linv-n i.-ikeji n Imiul I'or 8100,00'J.
Ji' ! hi- i< 11 ii- we cougr.iliil.ile then; tin
lh"ii g'iral loiiiine.
11, I^. S.niiii, uh'i i- heavily iiileie-L. '
erl in I le' H'.iml ml ginup, aik| v. lei re* ,
! ni W'*il a im I night, ,ign I'l.im .t v i-i'. f'n i
^ , i lie piopi'i iy, iiifnr,u^ n- I li it the N'n, -J '
(uniicli-. mm in 1-,'j feer. .Mr. hj.ni!h i
iiil'.'iiiN ag.iii, -. i-.iii'.g Ih,' u.ine .ihiuit
I lie end of ih" miii.i ii. j
The fan nil.oi White ],i-,td a���nei,c X
1 i'ii' "if! i'. .Mdm!|",i| nu Jute' 2i, arid |
ri"ci letl 'i. ',' ���I'lii'ie    !iie   I ;e-en!    pi hi'
"f ' 'i.'i.    A (..-I'.!-'���',<i, tu'k   pinr-e ,-;���. In ,
..���dv'i-aiiil.ty ( f e-i.,1 Ji-hiii/ a (,',iri.ifi(!in
vv lil'tii   lend   en: !".iing   am!   led   ie.nl :
\Vo;-*.s hut no .'  ''nil u a-- Iiiki'in ,
'!'���""  fiillmviii/ r\y,    .- h.i-,-" l,[   nre.;
eo fle'l iii. Revi  y,.,r, ���. J'lly :2'id- J-.i-'t,
. nd O XiKa, i.n i !��� y -11 i k, ti il-ilary nf
The passenger nud freight iiuftl-j i n
the C.P.ll. have heen exceedingly live.
]y of late.
On Wednesday Air. McCarly went lo'
Nakusp io K'Jt the woi k rif.luiilJinfj the
Bitf Bend sieamei put in hand and
ptiMied  forward a? rapidly ns possidle.
Tiai'k-laying on the Lardeau lirancli
lias piticeeded four tidied nhnvu (he
head of the la Ice and i- proj. r.-s.-iue; al
the late of half a mile a day.
The C.P.R. are at war vvilh the
Greal Northern, ami have��� taken out.
an injunclimi iirevrniinpj the American loatl from huihlinp- itn hr.-inch Lo
conned vvilh ihe. Cicnvs Nest coal
lii'KN, on llie Ritiund Ihat nu iiilerna-
liniinl iiiilvvay can he hnilt without ��
charter from I he Dominion parliament.
Tlie Crows Nest people droppt d thcii
charter from the Dominion owing lo
the rc-lfictions impose.!, and reKeJ on
ilieir provincial churl er. It is IhougliL
ihe C.P.R. ii likely io succeed in its
ci'iiteniimi,,
CARPETS,
ART SQUARES,
RUGS,    "
LINOLEUMS,
WALL PAPERS,
CURTAINS,   ETC., ETC.
Everything to furnish a Home in modest or elaborate style.
Write for our jqoi Catalogue���free. It contains iooo illustrations, all priced.
Complete Furnishers,
Victoria, B. C.
THE   PROSPECTORS'   EXCHANGE   ,
No. 4 K.-W.-0. block, nelson," b. c.
P.,.M,-,i?l,,Xr11';T^1 n,Ul t-oPI'oi' ^li"OH wnnicd at tlio KXCIIAKG K,
f,"f> a JoUNG OpI.U proportieH vviiuttil nt oucu for Kiisteru investors.
EXauxOBVoroxhlbi'ilf ln'opcrl}' f01' 3iUo ,ll'�� '���uquestoa lo send sttuiplcB of their ore to tho
All sainplp-i shtj'tiM bo soil I by oxprcss. PR K PAID.
1    Correspondoiico solicited.   Addrcus all oouiuiuiiictilioiis to
TolcphoncXo. lfil,, P. 0. no.\700. '   _ ANDREW F. ROSENBErtGER, Kelson, B.C.
Thc Ixvtctus Shoe is made on the most modern last, and
is the most handsomely finished, gives the best satisfaction, and
costs nd more than the ordinary everyday shoe. You lined not
consult a corn doctor but purchase a'pair of Lnvictus Siioks
anel your corns will disappear. , Made by George-A. Slater
and sold by
who are .also dealers.in Groceries, Hardware, Tinware, Leather,
Goods, Crockery, Glassware, Clothing, Men's Furnishings, etc,
Front Street, Revelstoke, B. C.
Mr. (Jim k, nf I In- Imitlviiirc dt'|i;irl-
I int'iit iif IJiiiiiin' /Jrtts.' hltiri-, hits ni-
1 r.niKi'tl in (ipcii u sidle of his own nl
i (/.-iiiiliui m> iiiid lin-; ihe DffPriH.it y Mock
en 11 hi le. ."iJi. Clink will open in ,-t l.ugi-
. t"iil for tin:  piesi'iil, Iiul  will  build n*
,   '-0(111 ll(.   | '0->>il)|i',
./, Gtiv n.ii'lie;' ii iiiijKirlin^ n splen-
1 did ,1-soi tiiicnl of cm, ^hi'-t vvliicli vvill
; iim^i' .'i iiiiiul-ioiiit; iiilditititi in hi, nl-
] i - *. i��I y finf f-i ock.
(J.
ably furnished with the choicest the market
affords. Best Wines, Liquors, & Cigars.
Rates $i a clay.    Monthly rate,
ALBEET     STOH5TE,    PBOP.
(> roeonimf'iitliiig tho licj-t .-iio   (
l-noirrr, ,*k,  hv  \V.  .\.  ->., n'll.ai,, mid |     Deafness,  Noises  in  iho Head, fi-c.
Of-.   I'.nr.K.   ':luly .vii-l'���t!���t  I,,   l,y , (f,,ifiw.|y  (.Un;\   liy II ARLIvV'S J-JAit
,f'hi^   iii-w     JJi'inedv   grien
I'.   Pi'.ie  of fjold"ii,  in   Cni'i'iilii.t j \/)Y\f)\
XXXxAAc.      Aner Uvj ^'mmilUO hi)*-    BIm-p A D.y. n-mi: ]L\U\\a, I.y .Mi- ('. : r^|lLi(i Mi^it-lu.,1 M',.t of IIi'imINimm.
D. Law-' Idl'l-n; .inrl Opt i'e, ',y Dr. I ,,,,r| h.��� ,.jyH(.,Mj ,n,-h t.-.nm knlilecur^
c/o:yj '������ .iii thi? tr^ul'.I'i th; trtutcei
:'f:fei'  tl'.e m?xie:" bock to thfrm for
T.ivlnr   cf   fJii]i|i-|i
,!t
.Hit''     j.l.u,
IJ.:
Ilmf III" yy ",ili r,i h,i|H ii In/lil oni, in all
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".// i-V  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ���������  K  m&  Kootenay Lodgre ���������  * N0.15A.F.&A.M. |  *    * 'rhcrrxularnicciiij'  are hr-ld in the 31.ir  starting June  loth   will  make the  run from co3St to coast in  100 Hours.  Cheap rates now in effect to the   ,  //   '*���������'-,"->?'-'*   -**i*r  c^r~^,iij;-ii. jCS dine leniple, jJournc  r-A������M^.&Y<&3L^lh\U, on ihe third  ^^SSmlS^^^m^MuHAiiy   iii   each  ^X-Z$������&������sY^'^^S& iiHiiitli   at   *>  V-   in-  *<=������EJ3S^^������J5k<J"=-    Vi.iitiiitf   hretlii'L-ii  '~3S^>==:K=i��������� eiMi'ially welcomed.  G. S. Mc'JAKTEK.  Skckktarv.  JIEVEL3T3XE LODGE, I. O. O. F.. No. 25.  ^ipi^tn. '      Ueprnlnr meeting- are held  '^^rJi^i'^jM&ijt   '" OldfcllowV Hull every  'V<������sS^SO%Thur*liiy nijrl.t at  ei<;lit,  'llrf^*������^c&&2f3 a'ubick.  Vi-iitiiig brother-*  -   -' ^--O-i^-y^ 0.,rau\\y welcomed.  K. WATE^ON'. N.O. J. A. STONE, F.S.  11. N. C'OURSIEIt, U.S.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. T.  Meet- overy Tuesday  pvt-iiiny in Oddfellows'  Hull at ������ o'cluck.  VNithiar brethren eor-'  dially invited to at-  teii'l, '  J. MATH1E. Sec.  A Beautiful Engraving of  QUEEN VICTOI  ���������   For Only 10 Cent  All over tl.e vvuilii tlir-o ;jicr.n-e- will be -eld  'None knew her l.ii! to liive her; None ii.i:n---i!  Regular Meeting.  Weekly   iHt-otii-g    held    Friday  night.    J'rcFC-nt : "J'lie Mayor,  Ald-  hei- but in jirai-'.-."   Tlieie nre leu million i-cuplc  in the I'liiH'd.-l.-ile.-ii'.d ('.������������������.iiitil.-. wlio vvili e.icli i -. ,  vv.dit oneof the-e U',iii;ifiil idciiirc-.   Tlu-.v <u-i- ' ermt-ll Acitle. AbraliaillSOJ), JjlYlOl";  i'hII -',/.���������:   llix-i.   >'u eviJi'ii-t-  Im- Lcf-u ������]/-icrt'( ~\\..i <.. ,'U ,.   "\T,.!  McLeod.  and lin' jiicllire i> wdi ivurmv, uf ,-. Imiki-oihl' ,  frame. Asent- can -=cli luu.i d.iy. .S,ii!i;)lc*j by I  Mail, )jO.-i i/.iiil. 1. e. j  1 do;:on  pklurc'T, 70e , -.ell for SI.-2-1. pro^! i'n: ���������  00 pict arc- &S.(ii    "      fvu'm    "    S-Mni I , , ,  ,   .     .-- ,;-.-. " .,  HiO    ������������������ &3.00   ������������������    Sim.,) ������������������   to.oo, j block in l-dii-well estate, west ot bt.  licit*.-!-order 100 at onCe and -irike while the i Pi'tei'c C'hlUCh, 10" lf'2.00J   for HlUlli-  Iroa is Hot.    Tlie time tu --ell nood.-i- when i    .      , ,     ., .. , ;     .    _., ,  thciicoplo wunt them.    They waul them ejx. j Clpal bUlldlligf; Or   OlOfk Ob, east Oi  (���������o!!i:i-;<roNliK.\ri';.  O.'M. b'pro.-ttt,  proposing to  pell  K. ADAIR, X. O.  LOYAL  xp'osition.  I'or rates, tickets, and full information apply  to  T.W.  BRADSHAWi E. J. COYLE,  Agr.t, "     A. G. P. A.,  Ravslstokc. Vancouver.  002AN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Lines.  Chospcst Itoato to tho Old Country.  ALLAN LINE-l'Yom-Montreal.  Parisian' July Alii  An-trnl an        ���������       ��������� ���������   ��������� .- "  WI;'  Ciii-iiitliinu   ;-.���������'������������������      "   --'ui.li  . Tnni-inii "    -"tli  DOMINION LINE-From Portlaiul.  '  Ditnliiion        ���������        ���������    '���������      -.'   ���������       Julyfltli  I'nmbrouinn     - ���������     ��������� '"'* Mil*  Vancum-cr ���������  , ���������     ><���������*'���������     -      Aug. 3rd  DOMINION' LIS'E-l'Yom IloMon,  ('oiiliiioiiwrnlili     .     .     .     .     ���������  July frJ  JS'uw Knglnnd   Common wetillli" <������������������  ���������      DEAVEII LINE-Froni Montr  Wa-iuii         ','              ... July Oth  Lake Cli.iinplaill  "   l-'tli  Luke .Mes'iintie  "   V'!1 '  1,uke Superior     ..'��������������������������� "   mil  Luke Ontario     ���������     ���������      ���������    - *  OKAIiOB   LOCOB   NO.   1G33.  Regular meeting* are held,in  the Oddfellow's Ilall on the  Third l'Vld.iy of ciieh month, t\(  8 p. in. sharp. Visiting brethren cordiiilly invited.  THOS. S'l'V.Kl), W. jr.  f W. G. JJlitNEY, lice. Sec.  mm. ngveltv mfc. compahy,  P.O. Box'513,Dept;. G3i,  CHICAGO,        :  '      : ILL.  Attack of Boyal, Canadians ai  y^-������5������-   COURT MT. D33GIJIE  I, Oi F, No. 3161.  Meets in tho'Oddfclow-s  Hull on the second and  fourth Jlondnvs of each  month. VlBitlng brethren   invited to attend.  ml!  Aug  P.i������cnj:ers ticketed thvouKli to all parts of  Grcixt Uritnin and Ireland, and at ������peeinll,v low  rates to all parts of the European euntincnt.  Apply to nearest railway or steam.sliip agent or  to ���������    ,  T. W. BRAOSHAW, Agent, Revelstoke.  TIME!    T^.BLjH  S. S.'" Lardeau.1.1  ���������   ISiiiinlug between Arrovvliond and Thomson*  1/uiilins eonimeiieiiis June IU, lit JU,'will sail as  follows (weather permitting):  -   Leave  Arrowliend  for Thomson's Landing  nnd I'oni.ip'.ix nt 7k. daily.  Leave Thomson's Landing and Com.ipllx for  Arrowhead at 17k. dally, eonneeting with nil  f. P. It; trains and boat-.   '  Tho ov'vtier.s reserve tho right to change times  of KiiUing* without notice.  TUB 1-TiED HOUIXSON LUMPER CO. L'TD.  F. KOIIIXSOX,  Slunngtiipr Director,;  17ih  ot.-t  Thc present i������ a time when war pictures Are  in greater demand limn ever.   The eond'ict of  the British --oldiei-? ou the but!lellcid has won  the plautlito of admiring nations.   M'e'lune  of great expen-e published lour large, brniitiful  piettuef.-, size L'UxJt. on lu-avy, -tipeiiine. calendered   paper.    A  pieiure  Hint will commend  itself and .-end a thrill to the lieait ot every  true Canadian  i' Lhe one called Attaclc of  Koyal Car.udlans at Paardobcr^-, liiere are  lit, ivlly liiinilri-ds uf figures on ilii.t picjure,  the mountains or kopjecs at retelling, out ir.to  the dist.iiice are .iwarini'-g with men. while  here and there a prostrate ilfiire speaks only  loo well of the Boer r fiemen.    It was on this  battlefield  the gallon! Major Arnold met  death unflinchingly.  'It/is unly loo true I lint  many of those gallant li< arts that beat'so high  when  the cheering-thousands bade them  God speed as ihey sailed froin Canada's shores  noil- lie Ktili forever in lonely graves on the  other tilde  of tho  world under African skies.  To every Canadian heart, in every Canadian homo, t(>e deeds ot their brave .soldier  boys specie with  nn Irresistible   tUrill Of  Patriotism and price,  Gordon Highlanders at tho Battle of Belmont, charging  the Bo3r Guns at Elandsloajfte, a:sd Use  Charge of General French's Cavalry on  the Itotroating General Cronjc'8 Army.  These are nil stirring pictures and etinnot fail  to commend themselves to any one who will  examine them.   Tlic-y ate USD EOT ������,E1.L������  ERSI    Agenti*   coin , money,    isig  profits.  Enormous, success.    Ci o agent sold (iS in one  dny.   Sample and terns -.'5 cents (none free);  four for (hi cents; Sl.oO pc dozen ; L'd 1 or $2.75 ;  5D for ������j;  Ilia fur $V.o >,    NVrile to-clii}' for a  dozen nnd make money,  HOME NOVELTY MFfl. COMPANY,.  ��������� 303S 513, Dopt,'C3ir>,  ���������GHICAQO, ILL.,  uiuww.wMiuji.-.,jawfjg*/i i������K4&������^mi-zsrr>*s&*^  ;.oi^;>i ������������-^������  E. VV. B, Paget, Prop,  ir'rompt, delivpry nf pnrcels- hnjfgiijje,  etc., tu tiny p.irl ut llie City. ,.  Any Kind of Transferring  idi  a'jiJi  AH iihlew hit ni- R. M. SmylliK'a  TuliiR't'i' SiuitCor liy Tulefiliiiti(.,1 Nu. 1  vvill rcueive pnuiifit ���������iltciitioti.  UNION labor:  Buy Only Union-Mado ShooE,  Citizens of Revelstoke:'  ��������� Do ycu knozv that $tb,ooo or  $12,000 a year has been going  intO'iChiucse coffers .for Laundry 'tvork every year i;i this  town. ' The Reaelslohc Steam  Laundry Co. are -drying- to divert this money .into the channels of trade. Will you not  help-by sending us your laundry.  BUKER & SAXTON,  Proprietors,.  5!  THE-ROYAL VISIT TO CANADA. .  THE CLOSING SOEHES OF TIIE WAR  THE RETURN OF THE ARMY, -  Events * of World Wide  Interest,  j An Opportunity for, KOOTENAY  *   MAIL Readers to keep posted  during this Period of Excite*  ment.  THE BIGGEST VALUE EVER  %f5refl������������  Thi* stump nwl hv the JOHN Mc-  PJLEHSOxN" CO., U.nitcfl, uf Hninil-  tut), ilic rmly Uiiiun r.ictury in Ciumtla  Rubber St/.mps.  flrllei'-* for llnlilicr '/uiiiN soul, in tollin  flfllec in" llm Konri.--/,- JFaii,, Rcvolntolie, 1\  U��������� will lie tilled will'.-^esijntel).  '.    Size 16x22.  '��������� One of tlie most beautiful tiictures in  eolorii. Upon a background of Pure Solid  Gold rents the Family Ecoord In llie  ;<li.ipc of a liiuidsomc viilumc with Gold  Claspa upon a, cushion ot crimson velvet  with a .beautiful gold tr.csol. On' I he  p.-igc?, under dill'ereiit heading--, aro apaecs  iu which to-wrilo the name and date of  birth. On cither side ii a beautiful scroll  on which to record mari'liitfc* and death.".  On top of fnc picture arc tlie word.-,  ���������'Family Hooord," iiftho richest loi ti'riii������  8-known to the printer's tii-t.   Under this nre  .spaces for  father's mid mother'i* picture--.  a 1" the lower pun of tho picture Is a.benu-  tlfal liome sotno.    . he doar old grwii.-  parents, tho handsome, stalwart hus-  oana. mid hap������>y young wife, tlie loving-  daughter ami  oatty lioy-llie ldoila:d  graadohilrt-are all (,-atliercd around tliet  i.ihip. wliilu Kii'ii'l iitlicr rcntlnii porllon of i  Gcd'3 Koly  Word.    A   truly liwintirnl [  scuue,   Uiiiieriieiuh nre iho wuvdt*, "UCdS  Blsna Our Family."   Around,!hm picture |  arc eitfht spnct'-i rnr photn^i'iiplin ot otliur  inciiibur.'i of the family, each ijincc eiiclosiiiK  a Kcm llowcr piece.   Klsowlicre on tho picture are M.uiterul creeii.iiK' vine.', bud:* mid  bloHsntns in rich contusion, the whole run-  in!? ou, nnd thrown into bold relief by the  Kurercoi'ns bacHfm'iiiiil ot Eolid Gold which  prouueeu n picture of daoaliatf beauty,  NOW -15 YOUR Tl.MK,   Our         rcKUlur price U nf) eoiit-i, but lo  any one who .���������jl-ikik tliln nth t. we will noiid E  ono for 2fi catiM.  (nir iirluo to ncciilH I1 Itu f  911 fill fur So |  1011 for CU.iin*     Wo piif-iill'1  chiii-KCS nnd r:liii-n money for utisiild pit-  tiirc-������.  K. t:. Jackson. Kllnmru City, Iioiik'u  37i5 Stl.T.iiBoM tlicin for half price, iueeiil*  each, in a tltivHt intikiilb' Jo.'.jJ eietir lirotlt;  Can you do belter?  We have 0,'JCO   IcsUmcnin!** and wanL  yours,  Addreci:  HOME NOVELTY MFO.COMPANY  Dopt. C3i B, JP. 0, Bo;:, 618,  CHICAGO, ILL  school lioiuc, for #200: or block 47,  behind i-ch'ooi house.' ������������������ He offered to  throw in the cemetery lot us part of  the above offer. Referred to Works  committee; -evernl uldeninm favoring I'lirehiiso of the large block.  Attoniey-Ueneral, stating Aid.  McLeod had been appointed member of the licensing committee, vice  Aid. Newman resigned, and that  Mayor was not disqualified from  acting on licensing committee.  Chief of Police complained of  baseball being .played on McKenzie  Avenue.���������instructions to stop il.  From same, stating (J. P. K. had  not cut thistles on (J. P. K.' line or  G. P.'R.' townsite'.���������Mayor to have  work done and charge '-cost to  holders of land affected,  From rame, drawing attention to  horses- running over city and stating pound keeper had taken' no,  action.���������-Mayor instructed to secure  pound keeper at once. . ������  ' From same reporting fire , on  Tuesday, .  I'KTiTlONS.  , Residents on Third street asked  for sidewalk,  Aid. McLeod strongly urged the  prosecution of the work.  Aid. Abrahamson urged that the  Works committee should go fully  into thc requirements of the,city  and refer' their report to the Finance. Committee to provide for, the  ���������prosecution-^of the most urgent  works,  Aid. Taylor favored sidewalks to  residences but- they could not provide for these in view.of the unfor-.  seen' expense, which had fallen on  the cily. Although' 'a 'heavy taxpayer he had no' sidewalk to his  own residence. ', t  Resolved that the finance committee report fully at next meeting.  f-CIIOOL OKOL'ND!.". '  The school trustee's applied to have  Wind street closed that it might be  grace, if less siivnglli ufarinnnil newt  and (juicknoss of eye.  There an; ten  shows  in  one,   *.n  to  speak, and   in   the   Mexican   ilieatie,  German village,  sheets uf (/.iiin and  Orient al' theatre,   the I'lai-sance and  Lhe Algerian   theatre,  there   is   soine-  lliing   either   lo   inleivt-l   yon   or   to  aniiKe.    'J'he iiand ol'Arali gymnasts.  t       ��������� . .      "  eiiiliraenig   gun   spinners    and  sword  Hgh I or-,   do   extraordinary   feats    of  .-trength,     ,-igilit.y    and    skill.     The  national dance-" of the  Egyptian  dancers are excellent, if they  are a  tiifle  astounding to  those  who   liaye  never  seen thein,   yet   there   is   nothing lo  them except lhal. wliit-h  causes one lo  wonder how niiiM-les cti'i lie so 'trained  a> Upkeep in iliythm tn'llie lap of  lhe  fe<-L upon  the   floor   in   pielly   s>lc|'������,  keeping    excellent   time    to    ralh-r  Inziire music, in whicli the soiind of a  ftide kind of a driiin  heaten  upon  tie  liiigeis is the most pi-oiiiineiit.  ��������� The. .-'tieet parade is .���������.pec-L.-icular and  phasing.     Oriental   peo|ile   in    tlnir  unlive costiinies calcli llu!eye and hold  it.  There ;u e really tuo nuiii'yfetiLitres in  Jalioiii'.-. cin-ii-, to eiiiiini*r,il,e, ,t:nl liny  ate all good.  The aggregalion ,-idds'to the giiiHy  of any coininiiuily ir, visits, ������������������"  pleasing nnd calls, for  a   display of | ���������,iy   "Sending you plenty of men for  " r''--- ���������--'  '  your sect ion."    Mr. Ducliesnay's reply  She Didn't Wear a Mask. .  JjiiL her lieatily was completely hidden hy sores, Mulches nud pimples till  she used Buckli-n's Arnica Salve. Then  ihey vanished as will all Eiuptions.  Fever Sores Boils, Ulcers, Carbuncles  mid Felons froin its use, Infallihle I'm  (Juts,1 Corns, Burns, Scalds and Piles.  Cure gtuiranleed. 23c. at iho C.niadn  Driig & Book Slotv. . ,  is's.iid to h.f.e been : " Dun't wanD  any more of the sort you ha\e Ueu  sending.     We have, plenty."  Tho    Italians   who .left Revelstoke  last' week, en   route   to' Boston, were  arrested    hy    the   Mounted   Police .-.c-  Calg.iry, but   the company offered lot  to prosecute   provided   llie men woii ci  return   to   woik.      They, agiecd to i n  so, some being sent, to Ijear Creek ai d  <M hers   to   N..11I1   Bend.   . The otiid.i s  of  the  company   who   brought- th'  e  men here' under contract and und, r a'-  ciindiiiiiu   thai- ilit-v'-SiuiuM have tnfc  tiaiispoitiiiiuti   back   to   Iristoii,    and  then refused to carry out(their c-onlr. ct  oii^lit to have  been in giio! along with  the   Italian*.       It   is  .stated the'men  .shipped   to North   J>nd still refuse, tu   '  work, ami   that   the company are try-   ..  iti'^ to starve lliem into subjection'  ���������LucmI trackmeti say they have in for-  ni iLion that the coinriiittee friun Win-  nippg iepieventing tlie other railwav  unions, met President Sliauylnif'ssy a"o  Aiotiire.il, and as a reiult ni' tiie interview the company was given ���������]!; iiuuM  io settle llie qrievituccd of lh������ tntuk-  ��������� ui'ii nud   ieen:(i!ise their union, failing  (Conllimed from page,].)  added to schooj grounds ; also enclosing largely signed'petition from  riitej,avers in support of same. The  ���������trustees also asked the city to procure the triangular lot from, Mr.  Fttrwell us an addition to the school  ground;  Referred to by-law committee.    ,  ���������    ;  '     .       f-IDKW.aKS.  Resolved on motion of Aid. Net-'  tie, seconded by Aid. Abrahumson,  that city have nails driven down  on sidewalks, and these repaired.,,'  A Poor Millionaire  Lately utai-vetl in London because he  t'miltl lint tlige.-Miis I'niiif, J&irly use ol  Di. Kind's New Life Pills vvoulil liave  snVed liini, They alreiigtlii'ii 'Lhe  sliiiniit'lii iiid digi'utinii, p'ltiiuole n.*si.  miliiliciii liilpriivi' nppeiite. Price 23c.  Miiney tiiii'k ii iiul .-ati-lleil. Sold liy  I.he Caiuiila Dmg & JUonk Cuiiipiuiy.  tlrtiggUlsi  Vancouver is shnwiij-r its sympalliv  with the strikers by or^uiisin^ an  entertainment nt ilui city hall iii aid  of the strike fundi ���������  , It i.i pruposed to inaugurate a fund  by public iubseiiptiuti to ai.l lln-  sii-ikers in taking steps to enforce the  alien law against the company, and  compel them to'VJeport (lie alien laborers whom they In ought in. '  Assistant General Supt. Dtichesnay.  had a telegram on Monday from Supi.  Nibloclf udvising liim that the foiumaii  of llie Italian track men ivho left work  at Boiii- Creek, and were shipped to  Calg-iry, had ngneJ to go to work liini  applied fur tra'nspoi talioti to enable  liim'to ietui n. This was after lie lino  been jailed for llnee days at Calgnrv.  .mil is a f. ir sample of lhe scandalous  resorts oi llie company to di feat lhe'  track men. -  .Constable Rain has warned ihe C.  P.'R. ollicials that if miy moi-u of ilieir  special p il it o create tli^tui bances at  the station as they did last week he  will foi thwilh ai rest and prosecute  them.  The Attorney General at Victoria  infoi ins   Mr,   Taylor,   M.   P.  P., thai  ���������vhicli a st'rike would be oi doted of he  members of ulhet-y unions operant g  under the company. This would of  course mean a complete lie-up of i1m<  ro.id if it should occur���������a ie.-;uit'which  is (piite unnecessary it the con.pai y  will meet the trackmeti, in the si.mc  in inner as they have met other blanches of the set vice.  It is.stated Vice-President McNicol  was' on his way in British'Columbia  and had reached Field, when he'was  urgently recalled to Montreal, presumably in connection wilh a selileuiei.t,  of the sli ike.  At Craigelliichie the other day i\  rancher was dialling a gang of scabs  who weni repairing lhe track when a  company's spe.-iul constable diiiw his  revolver and threatened to shoot. -The,  rancher said ho hud ii qun, too, and  reckoned he was a pretty good'shot, so  lie went to his house and brought oi t  the weapon, nud told the special it hi1  wanted to do any shooting there, v'v'cu.'d  iie two of them at it. "Aiid'if," stiid  the rniitlitr,,''you should hit me fir;fc  uiy part-ier is ready ��������� with his gun lu  inivu a pot'shot at you loo/  We won't,  Gunsmith and  Machinist;  Hy ii vary ri.Ulafiwtorj- duli'iiii;,' arransc-  mont with Hint groi't l-'iimily N"ewsjjhper the  Family IliirnUl nnil Weekly Star of Montreal  wo un.',enabled LooflVrlo new suljscribcrs Hie  bl(f(,'rHt vnliie ever liranl uf.  Tlio balance of tlil.-i year proniNo- thc niot-l |  sUirllingovonU, nnd ovury iierson ilioul-.l keep ',  yoitoil.   Ilerc'lH tlio opportunity: I  For the'Small Sum of $12o wo will.;  send you until January 1st, 1032,    !  Tlie Kootnflay Mail,  Tlio Family Herald & Weekly Star  anil the Family IltiruM's two great  premium pictures,  >! "ftplst ia ih Temple"  & "Ho:in from ths War."  s.  BUTCHER.  Retail Dealer In-^^oauasa^.  BEEP,   PORK,  MUTTON, Etc.  Fish and Game in Season.  All order*, promptly lllletl:  REVELSTOKE, B. C, ���������^k7���������������a  Hanccuyer Street fair and Summer Carnival Aug. 5th to 10th  ���������.Over  Lau'l'cncc's Hai'dwai'c Stot'c,  REVELSTOKE.  AH clasKtvs of repAir ..'ind inachuusf  '   .-���������.W0i'kp)'0i'������'ij)ti/;itt?fl^d to,  l."llull iml U iml v.i'iit'.' Klihi'i' isiiihii-oiiliiiic1  U worlli ilinilili" tin; i'iiiiic). Tin- uil'i r i? '������;)' n  niily In .Inly III"! n-llir -npj-ly nf pii'l'ii'i-i-  llinllcil iiii'l ciiiiiiiit In1 prnini--i(l .\fii-i-;'',ii d.itr.  Tn iiiiv ui mil- pr -enl ^nli-rrilit'i ��������� uu nil'"'.- llu-  l-'niii Iy Ui'i-.il.l nii.l Weekly Star until ..tui.i.iry  lilt, J'.IU,  liiu!iiflliipr  lilt' tvo T<-.'tlirv.'.J.  iCf I'T-'  jg.Yl'l r;r,i of i. c;'y.\  Baker, Confectioner,  Caterer, Etc,  Choice  Groceries.  Graham Bread,  Wedding Cake a Specialty  .Mail   iii ili-r-.  prompily and  r-iii ffnlly al t.'iiili'd lo.  p. o. box 13-2, m\sm u  I*]vfry t'lTort is liidn*^ UM'd Ir, nuiki*  illy Viiiii'nlivt r F.iit nlld Sniiiiiii'l O.i.r-  iiivnl   io   In-   ht'ltl   Auk. f>lh lo JlJih, it  SIH'l't'S-.       It    irt   I'Xpi'fll'tl    llllll   .-|ll'l-illl  l'.ili'.s vvill In- put in clfi'i-t l'roiu nil  points on Uih O. P. JI. into Viiiiciuivit  .���������ind liini -���������pi'fi.tl t'xcur.-idiis w ill lie run.  Tin* IVoniii'i' Iuih tin; follinvini,' to  Miy I'l'gaiiluu' ihi' I'vcnl :  When YiiiK'diivi'i'.i miiihiii'1' I'liniivnl  I'pl'IIS  lll'l'l' ill   till    JI.-I    VVI'llllll    I'f   I'lllll'-  laininf,' Ci'iiiiill'S illld nlliiK^ivi' novel*  iii'.-', every oiie ol' llie I Ikui-mihIh of  v i.-ilurti will lie e.-prcinlly dellnhled  with J.uliiiiu'.*, Oiii'iil.-il Oiiiniwil  (.'it en*" Mini .MeiniK"! ie,  There (lie iimiiy I!,ilia's !<��������� si'i* al  J. 11 io 11 r'>, ninny slr.iiiKe ,-mil iiileie.-iiuK  tiling.*., which show lhe iiiikIim ot' life  of llie peoples in llie.'ijj-K" K"1 '"���������  The open iiir iierl'uriiiaiiei' is, pcr-  hnps, llie I'eiillliM of lhe show, nud (he  ihree Au.ilin sisleia mv lhe >l.ellnr  iilUnelitnis. They are expeit Irnptze  pi'i I'm iners, and their graeefnl niovo.  iiienth not only allrncl, lint electrify,  Sli'onp nnd nipple, (hey do every p,-,-'  of their Iiiiii mi grace I'i illy iih Io lil'ing  applnitse from I litme least disposed to  appl.iiid, the kind who buy Ihey liave  -ceil heller acl���������lint they li'iveu't.  One pnrlit-iilnrly < ]iarmiii/< fetilure  of their net i-I he I lii'"e t-i^icr-4 in t i-n-  pi Ke mi n levolv iiiff wheel. While I his  nil is not ns dniiirt runs as (lie douhle  tlm Prriviuciiil auihoriiie.s have nolli-  iii^' lo do wilh thu eiifuroeuient of tin  alien labor Invv. Hon. Mv. Ebert,-  iiiij;ht as Well have told Mr. Tayloi  that the C. P, R, hnd warned him uoi  to interfere, and' that he had to obev  their oi-ilen.  It is alined that the American rail-  wny cniiipniiitts have been . ussisitinij  thu C, P. It. lo gut men to lill lin  places of thc Nirikini? iriickiiien, l.iiuw  in^' that if llu; truck men succeed in  ilieir tliMiiitndn in Ciinadn Hiiniliir action will be titkeii by the. trackniiiti on  the. Amei ican roadn.  A I'r'exhyteiiiin clergyinan east of  llevelsloke condfiiined the strike the  oilier dny and pieached in favor of tl.e  company, with the result that next  Sunday not a member of his coii������ielation put in an appearance.  An  engine  driver who passed Donald on Wednesday reported ih.it llieie  was a le.le-jraiu'htuck up al lhe sliilinii  htatiiiit. that iliKsiriko would be -.etllt'd  wit bin furiy ei^ht hours. ���������  . The fact of   Mutineer .McNicul coin  in^' west  just  at,   I hi.s time, was inter-  pieletl lo'mean   llmt he was bein^ ^'ni  tid of to  enable nn adjiistiueiit of   llie  .strike, ns   it   vvns   I'e.ireti his piesenn  would piove.a ban ier  lo n settlement.  It. is understood ihat the other railway   unions  aie  prcpuiud in sirike in  support of  tin; trackuiPii if n ee-ay,  the men of  (ither braiiclies of  ihe service   ri'cugiii.siu','' I hiit (lefent   fur  il.e  linckineii would menu Irotible belwetn  lhe other unions ��������� and the company oie  luiii,', and   ihat   tho  sjoner  lhe whole  tjtie.ilion is settled the better.  Some of (hu excursionisi.s Inst week  -,'nt hold of an unpolled D.i^'o neai  North Iie.nd who was patalyM'd bv  ovet-indulgence, They hi tick him up  ou a rock and drawing Superintendent  I3uasle\'.s attention lo the man, i.ski d  him what he thought of this specimen  of hi.s new co employes {  The strike vvas in fore.; four weeks  on Monday last.  The company havo had the, advantage of vvondei fully line weal her since  lhe strike beg'.n. An oliicinl of ihe  company remarked to us llieoihei  dny n pi upon of this .subject, that "the  devil is good to his own."  It is stnled ihnt  on Friday General  <!IU".'P'm \\W iMpV?'",  it in In- uiPTi'j J'i'pl'i^T JiV^jw]   v,'jri!c}  J.J]-, pucliW  in ve any CP.U". bulb ing around the. e  i|uni tiiis, and I reckon we can shoot a  nit out here." The special put 'up hi-,  ^un and slunk out oti'ibe w.-m*.  Supetititendeiit. Kilpatrick had an  iiiteresiiii>! chase.the oilier dnv afler a  >tiiker whuin lie. \vuo afraid niij^ht  speak to bis scab aliens. lie followed  the striker to keep hiiu.oir the ir.-ck  ���������Tom is pieiiy determined,, as was  the striker, and ihey kept each other  company for about fuur miles, iho  itackiiian ll.iv'iug to plod his way  along tht) mountain >id<\ He had his  leveuge-liy telling lhe supeiititt irJent  ihat he did not suppose that he "was  losingiiiiich throu-,'ii not beinji al'nwtd  to vvulk on lhe. track as lie thought it  must he ue.iiin^ as rough us the mountainside by this time,  iD'tine ot llie railway n pn who wetiL  to the const are delighti tl with ijupei-'  iiiteiident JJnasley, They met the  -upeiiutendeiit ou lhe train and he  itied to induce some of the strikers to  go to work, lei'iiiinlinii llnm hovv well  ihe company hnd denied ihein, ''Y^s,"  sii.l bridge furemaii Gillespie, ,fand  diiu'i you forget how v\e.!| the men  liave denied iho company and have '  ,'iven more than value for evciy dollar  tliey ipcei'veil. The men have some������  thing coming to iluni now and tl;py  ire going to have, it." The talk weno  mi until the irackiunn on tho truin  V ,ted'Mi'i JJensley a jolly good fellow,  whose suiipnlhies weie wilh lliem, and  Mr. Deasloy vvas not slow to rpco^uizo  tl.iat lhe men were deserving of con-  lideratioii at the hahda of the com*  puny and were bound to get it.  On Friday n o.-ning about thiity  Indians w h i had Inen brought from '  Boston under contract lo woik on lhe  CP.ii. and weie lo have fift*. Irniis-  poi taiii.u back to their linine*, boar'Jid  il:e tiain nt lievebiokc. They htid  applied for |i:isse.s in accordance, with  ihe conduct and could not get llieiii,  All vent well lib Glacier was te-iched,  when fjitfit. Kilpntiick or.b-ied thi in  "ll the train. They I ('fused to gn, und  upon lhe supeiiiileiideiit insi.-tioy, on s  of them, leplied; " you kiilte. us or wo ������  killee. vn-i." Tlie MipciiniendeiU'  teckoned di.-cretioii the belle.- part of  vilur anri left then) nloim, This is iho  oln^s of ialuT lhe C.P.I!. Impcs lo get  to icplitcc. thc fine siiif]' nf irackiin ii  w Inch lini ji'i loyally looked nficr thu  company's iuleicsts in all vvenihors  The. Italians w\),, )|.f- Hevel-loko on  Fiid.iv got uv far ns Calgaiy, when lhe.  coinpai.y ynt t(igell:rr a posse of  iiiounled police and reiiiovcd lliem  fiom the 'rain, placing lliem in gaol*  I'lii! C.P.Ji. ntiici.iN who brought ilitio  mei' here   under   faUt;   piclencei   and  then broke lhe. contract to jjivu   them  i ~  JJosit  fiee dun-pui li'.iion b.ick to jjosion,  ou'^ht to have bt-o.'i lt;dged in gaol  along wilh tlie Italians, for ihey are  men who have bro':eii lhe law of lhe  land and done these men a gross  wtong as well.  It. was reported on Wednesday thafc  instruction*! bad conic froin Montreal  that lhe section men weie not- to be  turned out of their houses as had been  previously ordered.     This   vvas   taken  (IVntiniud on j^ige U  . / THE KOOTENAY, MAIL
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��� ionised   the   p'riion   authorities of
| hrotu-htv of  discipline     Since my j
j relea.-T  I have desired to le.ul tin !
hone.-d and industrious: lite,    When
I  met  Sylvester   I told liim I hud
quit stealing us there  was  nothing
in it, and when Sylvester asked, me
where  he  eon Id get some money I
advifed him to work for it .at   the
.-hops.   Sylvester replied he wanted
;Uiygct'X monev'toX. enable: himVto
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JXToldXhim ���! had J()ts:X;7t,lVo'ppXortu,nitr,
"i'.;ies..:1o':'Steal  it XX^wanted-.to'Xvnnd,
���y men tithedX having.iitKb:an ioppbr-
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j put'me ;on': td.this money.,? 'YHQayijIy.
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replied XIX; would have 110Xmoney till
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(Coiidnui'd from jia^,- H.i
lo indicate ihat   a  setlleinpiit   of   the
strike was in progress.
]��nl her a ijueer featuie of the strike
siiuaiion   occurred   on   .Monday when
lhe mayor, by  iit^tructions of   the city
coum-'l, set   men   to . woik to cut lliis-
iles on the C. P.,.11, line.      This wtis a
necessary   [vyotk.7Xas;7lhe   thistles. Avete
si'ciiug    and; jikely .7 to-, lip.Kpiead alii
oyer' iiXlie.; town. 77, TlieXci'inpany coiilii
XiHil.' 7uej7-.iiiXeii   'to- diiyiiieX\viitkt.atiil,jii:
!iiid; lo lie'.dtint'.:'���'.'.. Sevei-al; inen accused,
llie'cii V'f'iiinioves of .scabbing linf I'll ie'v
(|uiU''X-,X_',;.;K'dsv'- we   con't   seii;: that,this
had. linyiliing   to;do vvilh -the strike at:
idl.as' the ycqurselalaiii-wiis, purely iir
���1 lift';,; public 'interest'and the'cily, ollicials
w lio ordered tliPAybrk ar(? asjoyal to the
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.lint conijiel ihtvC.7P.K.'to depoit i'Vi'1 y
iiiah liroiight in"X\ylio (-.-1111101 jiiove lii.s
legal right:,to be'tiiirth^QMiiidianiside,
iind, lliu 111 nis olyiiriii^f^bi'iilil i'ps'tvviilr
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C-arpet7s,;Liiidii'Uiiis, Floor   i
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vvbif hasX^'i'oiiiisedvto ciideavoi-'lo hav;e:
i, li ii; vyork: dime ''as soon -as ������. funds -; are.
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7 .���,T.h'ei-u';\viasi'a-'.;Jiv('ly see 11 ei oh (he GiP.7
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o'ivliind: belonging. In; the7S;iielteriCp.;;
which land   had, bceiiSoc-c'iipied by.Yli'.i-
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the reiici',''7 Tli is, 1110 rn jng ;\V. Fie hi ing;::
vvl'lh:Xa siiiall ariiiyyofiineiij : by:iiisti'iic-'
fjonX, (if'M lu'-yyi'tihipany'syjiigiMit���-Il.yH,
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:lt'XiS;.not geheiiiily khovvn that ,the-
7.:chiiiiiiey ,,liy*l;i,vv';X;oi:.Xitl!e cilv 'reijiiiiy^
: tliyi, cleailiiig;. of;:chiihtieysr every s'^
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It;.;''is ��� lht'ir!7.iiile'iilXi'in; to y:p.ut y a mill
X :ica|adilt:y;ofi.ciil.tin,gX':2oO,(0)X I'cet iiiday.
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-;, TteXvflslokt1, ;X'vviib .which it: vvotild yXbe;
Xdoingyiinyiei'pokecl: work siiK:e7leav-,j'con
in,gii]ii'isdn;yii\iVdX;he7 ;replie
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pi,qiiiotXi*i's;7to;,:|)iiti7.llieiil)' .itiillyiijiytlie'
j iiu.i IS, iti id i;i i n a i-a i I way; to llt'^vels toke,;
i/Vskedydiihi
makei.some monev
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a;7:liberal-; lil.iid. iiiid ,iiioiiey";;granl.'Id)
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was.and how he.was ���tromc;, to:work.;! ';   ���,.:���,;,-::   -^yy-,-,-., y.
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si.iui.ls oiiXSi'.iulay.
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ned with Coniiiplix.'    ������������"     .X'  ,    .-��� I was-kept mdhe back or the'storc in:   . ���, 7. ;,v,' X ",7 7"  ;���' '   ,-���.,."  ���."" ','''���  X
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kept:in���lhe back of the'store in
yHxxlhuwHlvdYihiil^
Pctei's'X^tiindiforilhe yactiiic-yiib Piince^tbc,. back ;,lmd' :brda.k : the; winaow; J: yY'y yXy:. ?
x J-ldwiii'diI.laiui ^aiiuliiibt^addeditd'tlie,!XF'.tI' ^ g^nviy .sacivOv^Xxnisihands. 7X.7AvX>J^^"n'i0\ .,.
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cabiiH't.;as i.epii'sen! tin ve.,,ul  this.pro-,. ;/:���>-. u',.������������ Sitln.1|1 L-��- .s.l!f y;1-!^,- ,uk :t,;?a .���. .: ��� ,������    ���:,,'.;. ������-.yy .
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;;iulx;J , told Him mv ;xiay;
tve.[bin.,l'lie..'
d"AV'i!'dn.e's-.
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Xixy'i y'i:fM{y.-''x^>h^
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:fi'iii-vdii.'(l tVy-'ihi': iii'iiuiii'ttiH'iji:
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;b'Kil'!'<��ki!n bv,-a;; kick; fVttiii, a - s.l ������lUiijiv,- ���-soy'jt' 'ji^ 'iho-.-g6t. thtvilTorie.^ -'ho'wonlil
. i.i'itiuiiig; nt''"-large..'   d'his;��� sliows ..(hp
neces-ii!y: f,nr tiie ���e'lifb'f'ceii.ieul'. of.'.'thi'
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;|-;iiVdx tiiike:;;ptean.iOr 'for California.'.
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Tiie;vco|/le;ot'_nev(-l^l,,k,i'1;vyh^
.-���'��� ft;rlheiviV:;rr;iu;gL\h;ent?'i ' .-'Did:.' not 'i
tiK't't J "J a mi ituii on. \\.iedn6sd<iy iviid'y
litojd C.'()i.ista-blti;.l"'jij'-;t;i-idf llie.. affair. X
I' '���' To Ali't' ^eotxt���fied .Iiiimii.tor.i'.i.b ;
| beryvi' j was iivthe He.he:tif.-.,;:;'T'he-X
"roasciiif t"i;;i't,.l-'ihe j;o!:eV.was,became '
;'.Ihnhiltiiiv. -wr.'iKe.i.P'.'to' '.idame. tlie"
: sti-;ker*!;;a!)d '���( wa'n'h.'d"to Xvot1 lnm.7
.get into Iroulde.' . ':Mij)j;ose I would X
..have, got my" divvy'' it 'I had/as--
, sisled to eaXri'v-oiit fhe scheme, '7 , ,.
'. X.Ci   Cotton   ���j.'iHV. evidence   that ;
.wtie-ps . uiidei' I hid r contra c.t: to.^ciiiiipel
,lbe7;C',mJKiiiyi fiV:gi.ver;(.hi'in'Xfree';ii'<iiis-X
|i(ii-!alioni,'tq;;:Bosti)h: ,in XX.': accordance,
;wilh,tlii'ii7coiili',u-l;;iX'77XX,;;;-^ ��� :77;;j7,'7i,X';X7 7;'-
y7Eiglit7 of ft he X'Sea tile iiien/Xqiilipf Xa'
g;a;ig of teii^qf 7a; l)i:iJge crevy: working'-',
i t fc / 7. G1 iij.t'i t':' > X iq' t > "t.. ���/-' c yir. ��� r'. -^ \". t*tl i i t^s'd ��-i. y;;." a Xi it 1;
cii'mii'^ii'ii^
Xf ou fief Yl. lie special X|n>l it-ti wlio liliil li��--
cd'ii'i'ei. 'itsb;inii;d7Xbf,,,lheirX inrty jiibaiid
a bq^, qui t.XX^'.Theso'Specitd:-; police: vvere
jiienibyrs.X bfX;Sl.falheoii;iX;,H(irse Xlis are;
jilhef'sof theXspecial piibceXoiiytheirpad.
ManXwhoXX will: ldid  theniselves to the,
vvoi'k'qf dovytiing ilieir ft'l!()vy-nieii;.in7a
crisis;' likeX;y (he ypfesi'iit/Xyiiivgeiierally/
regard ed _ 1 >y.-'. 1:1 ve_. | j ti l./.l it; -.- a' i i'tl''.' i -i Xy; IT l' ] y-s'-ii'i-
;-a".s." _j��;>';-'ci isc'i-V-tl i t; '.���Lo.^.'.irh'i^i i*'7it;t_>t,p'l��,' a'ti'tl ''ii'o:
one. 'Vvllq/yhasX.lbeXSpiril (if intinhiiod iii
;liiniX wotiidfleiidliiinst'll'X to. the vvork of
iiidiitg ?a'c(irpoi'ati()Tiyt!i.i lA-i^uii'iiseiivei'
; iuXii'ic n. iyyiyyY'y 'iy'Yiyi !yi:. iy. Y-iy Yyyy yY'y:
y^An al.teiiipt;li;is,liei-iu; in;id7''l.b;lii-iug
:iXi)i::bridXg'','(';ii pen't'erS'.; fi'iuii llieXU.uiLfd
:Slati'?,77aX;'|b''ftieecliiigi7w;liich .vyriXii'il'be-
as tii)iied'Ssaivy;'7as7-it,:isiablav\diu1,:Wei,e
"tlii\.sirikersii'cttiT,iiing:;X;t.qi; work' iii;, llie,
liii'giMiiiii'ib'ei'S tbeo'tHi-iidsiassTu'tX/XyXi X'.i'i
y,yiiiiei.,.VicI(>i��� \a,sTiiii(!SyXiypi)i'���'ts 111e.'Xoly
lovviiiir iiitoi vitrvv vvil.ii >T. Ji Gi-;Th;ithO/.
secret/irv7XX(.f;Mtbe Xi local, "lotlge 7of VtheXX
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unitin.;;-;Xu;Ilegitf,l i,iigy';t/lie,t;Ifcct; of Vijie
.siri,k.e^AIf.;;;;G,i;iihaiii77iiiaiiilainis, that it
vvill^;;gii74iai;il;vvhbXXllii!':;Ci,hiip;iiiy.' yFor
biSlaiict'^ifX.ithe.iXibaiblieil, partiyulaiTy
:,betAviieii,i:yllie::y:tv\;o7^yiiKiiviiH'!il|onedi
���p'i'ii n.'ts, .'.is,;,..til It lived-itb ''etui tin tie- lisXat
piesent, itXvvilldiri'iinpossible,Ui;engage:
Xe'noiigli;.iiie'n.7to'.'piit it iiTXlicleyuatifctitiV
ditibn   loi' ' vviiilei'   piirp(ist'siX,::Also,';;if:
,1 hei eliiiildiiig lif' the shyds vvli icb :u;ei e;
broken ,v;cioiyn:bistyVv1bitei'X:;is.fiiH;ch
'.longi'i .delayed, iiiany itlHiiisiirid diiliiirs
additiiiiial outlay vviil have, to be niai'e
Xliefoiu I'hei'Wcrk Xi.-i (���()ii)|ilet.l'(.b : Tla se
are' cases  iii .whirli  ihcrois ;i7'di?iii.ct
loss,-witliiiiit ,eo|is,idi;iing tlieinjiiry, toX
. pi e'slige. :;;J Je'predicts ti victory for the
isli';ker^7-'.,yX7,-;;i,,7/
/"' ^*T_li e".'-=-Cii'lVf _:i 1:3^. /*'1-1 ��*'��" '* VJ /���-'^����3is'.: ���.-.*;''"��.��� -T Ii o!
trackmen's .sl.rike   i-i. still   beingiciuit
ducieclX.vvitb.fj.iiie.t .ytletei'iiiiiiiitioii'/on,
tirejiiirtpf:. llie ineii.   They have beeiX'
ri'iiiarkii,lily:y'iie;icef!il7 X No7sti'ikXe'' vvtis'
LcXviXiifcarricd o'n iilXa.iiiiii'e7-ley(;l,iicaded:
olinaii.l'1'iM'.'-77.:j.,-7X,:X7-X-..   .������ ';X:/;y7:'i.XXl ^.X';-1"''yxy.y
���'-. Aceoi'iling itq  (he.; Va neon vi:V/ Indi|-7
peniieiitj il''fi,.Ta'y:l,i'r,:-ALP.P'.,,."NayXa'-Xthiit''
ihe track n leii inustvviiiX.iu spite of- f.'ilse
r.rpbrts issiVed'iiy thecoin pan;y';  .Iti!,. isX,
iiicligtiaiity.at  tlie X way it be Proviii.i-ial
Giivii-niiieiit-   have;''���'���-. I ii'?en'.''.-.Siip|'iiv log
aliens: and special'; eii ns tables, hu [,<��� ays
that..,llfe. g(n-erii.iiiei:t.i'liayi' foinid.oi.it
��� their; .iuisLaki! X.and  are   ti-yiiigX to"get-'
'put; of'it,,'.' ���;'���'���  -.,.''"" ii,7:7i.;;;.y;X;i' ��� 7. ..���'������''       X"
v iOu.Wi'dnesdaytberoriipanybion^lit
iti some of its.iin) (.ii'";(,,d']lalianis'erfis:io'
:ofl��ii|d
iExiniistrdn^ Sergesjoripainsiit $5;!^
xi irurst-cl;is:v;SprilTg'ixSu'iti;ngs;fro
ara;
swim
F $y.i:
;Tx
  xix:^
!;'7i||;lhol|sSl^
Hardware; Do'partmahty 8dO-12iXGi6rdova;Street?;-y:Xy;/;y
"'���;r'-"'."7r*-'" -/7:':i-_":':" /'.'"' -:i. "'-"-i'""":: ~"' i>*i.;'::""-:'7^'' :T.ii- -i"v^" 7-^- -': i"f"':-~ ";'''J:' -1^"'S .H ��� PX"'Cr. '"���.a "-^' e'*Ty:-. .D'fe' P & *?;* PT."^" *��"'i.S-IL'Q!"-; VV?*-**? r-;.; Si r* e e -1
'���mmMmMBT
9iY.
Crio;B:ookfroni;C'P VL Depot
- ' ancVS'oaniboatvWhavv'cn:';
Rofu'rnlshed and Ilo-nioCcllod
'''.--.o-Rate.8 $1.C3 to 02 per day '���':
XRr.D,b WS WELL2,XX7 Prop
IrXon::;7;SpuiiSersyi;r^
yi-:,7;XX7' iy iiiyxiy yiSucce'ssors/tbX'AxRM^
"X;X;. XaVo havoVfliciiiiosVVcbiiiplctd ilACtllNk
for tilc iliiilVlifactui'o utyXyy-:y'yi,yy.yy;Xy}y'\iX:yy' .yXYiyyXYyYYyY 'yYYyyX'yy-yyyiiyyiyixyyX'y
7ii''V :'-X:i.;iil'lydi"adl?cXXG:anlXs,yRiyct
^77771: iiyOreji uc^
' ���: ; X-  ;XEngiries,7Gteam
7XX;::;;:i"X:i;;":WorkyX's^
; ;\Vcl:rivc iii/sinckrfor-iiiinitydialb, (!clivory^ibfLkuS.;,KKCfiNKS,1'l,UkrS, 'OltKiCAItS.i;:
WIT KKi.H Alt HOWS a nd lUNING'iiiul. H'A'WMlHli- IU ACHINKK Y of -nvtii-y flusciirit.lbid'it'so
HOI b'.i'-U TliBKS, WltOUGHU'; tKOX I'lPK tuitl FITTINGS nnd KXGIXIiKKS'IIRASS GOODS   '
aiid SUPPLIES,'. ,;...yy:-.-y;- 'iyXy yxtyix y.,yx Yi;'YY<Y. :X "yYy.yY:y}... y':yX. ���"������}. YYy'y'.- ;,;.-';'
���'���;, ���'Corrcspoiidcnco soiici'tcil.iui.U;c'ai'a',fiilly.attbiiilcil tp.y.'���'; 'Y-}yX...,:y-y-y.yyyy.     ,-;.."���- c        ;,-,. 77 7; ���
qffig��::0&W
���:';-:^x;7;y'" -; ���'���'��� / J'X'^;-^ >:-V'aiicoiivesir/i- "3^-70;;- ;'> :\ii7x",:: ������.'^';-���'""' x:'-;X y-7i; 7x.v.', ;y' i?;i-':;7-;
X.i.i:i,ti'i!;f'**.led;'i.ii thi'l-'ar.'.vrll I own.-it i-.T.ini!r
.<; 1 ���'.*,i*111iiU'tiIi>:. Id>'u>t-il vv i; h;!.l:e;fai!' an'ti'-'l
i--i.-li.iv.'.ay'Xin7whr(.'!i:-itlie>vare,lieih':^-deiilt
vvitli   ;;i   tlie   I'll iul--   (if, thi'-Xtovviisile
,-tg-e'nt', .Jii'dgi.''Si,;fi,'a.(i.''-..,,.';,���,'..        yi
'������'��������� Tin'ii:fi'i-ii);iijl io ll;v'..'!''Jgi''d liiii'^lary
t-(.!il'-p!t,,i(-y C;iiM' /w as, a: I ���r.*'l t*<vI by Uoti-
sU'.b!-' ��� i.'p.b"f.   'is-a yagraiit   .vv'lieii   ly
'.gave ibe iivioi matinis ���������c.(��ncei ping l he
liifiiii'.'-''������Ac-cii.-ted wa*. liituigbt. I'iefi'iM
Pol it-e ��� Magi.**! ra I iv Sibba !d Xl bis  liiurn*
,i:ig and-.di'.-ch.'ir'fib "
Hft i nil ton.:'- l-iiid-'-.'bevt.T'/'. ijienl iotic-cl
.-jin'v f f:i;enie;to' liim tV��- detailed bv.
:, The ; Dca,f Hear.���'N'o, :-!.';o.'<il' : "Tlie
lb-allb World '���; Of 7.M), I-'igiiiih"A'vimu'i', ���   ,
' NVwVci-k, coiii/iins adrsrripi ion. o|";,! rf.vl vcrJ'f.T. .but   bad aiggest.erl going
itMnaibibie   Co.-,-   tvi'i Ural'n,.>v antl : t;J. C;iJ 1 r..T n 1 ttvAVi 1. h. Ul Mi e-H. - "
'ilcad'NoUe^ybit-binav be earned oul.'; i^1'' -��'- f'ontended MO CitHC bad
i(t7 .ihfX'fii.ii-nL, humi', and . ���'whicli is 1 '-^e"''." 'Pv.'^^d.., Hui.)|';0*ii!g -Sv! ves-
said lu-hr'ii li'M.'iiii (iif.'ix i-T-l'iis"niMiil'.��r M^   f. tateii;u;ivt;.''.lb   be ti'Ki; it could
vvill   !.(��� /eiil.   Iii'c  lo any deafj er.-ion
sending I hi-ir'addiT.-ivln the��� litli'lor.".-
'   'j'he department of'I he ihlcVior does,
niil.-ii|'ip,'ar Iti-'c'tuidiictilic land . pal.'-ni
'���i-.nife vi'i.y accm-iili'ly. ...Judge yfiio.il'l.
;: ii|.!i".d .iti.Mr. I'l-i'.-i-'nn I heol hei dXiy.lo,
' piii-rhasf .a 'ill be v.'.-i.i ok iipyini; a*
pai'tof lite I-'imvi'-il i;Male. Ml. Pv'.ryY
-iiii said ill'.' I"',  lad   beldilgi'il-  In. hii'li
' fci'Veai-', and Iii' had .('he pnlent lo it,
vyliiob .h" j'i'odiici'd (or Judge ..Sjirbal l.'s
sal'is'Wli'oli. .Mr. I'jtrWi'b' I.as also
^en^'illflVtl H .title Ui, lip; ^iipiv \\;l,
nor.
e ;i .('0-;i.>'p!ri!t',y. till twii |ier o-ih
/ (lay.
\''wiii-tb and \Vilfredy ai't-.ivcjd- iVoiii Eug-
rl;.md fib SXilibi-ibiy. xY, "' ; ��� 7 v- '-;���,: -'/';;.
,-/ ' , ''��� ''-���':" .:'���'���'"���" , -��� '"',|.-''��� ���:���'���' '--.',���' '������' ; ���'-. p -
;,'. 'A..M. Piiikhaiir,' .of the   \vnl.i known .
��� iaXwIiiiii'/if. '���ll.'irv.i'v, ������'���.Mi'-C.';'irl'i'*r'-(!'i Pink-'!. cleii-ii.. ..'up.'lht'Xeii'giiiii. pitsXjnv XlieRcvel-
liatit; !;"-.l i.:T-i��*<i  froin   G.dgary..on \V"d-..! sliiKe, yiitdsi  Yy< i ���     -ix    :   X-: ; ������- ' iy
X h'('.-i,1;'.y X-..--, ;i-���- /;.'; ��� y  ;';.   ! '_[ X.Tlie .Ladies]'Auxiliary vof; lhe Tiain-
.: S. \\~y;]},-!J,:'h;is/b^i':i ;j?>'f'lilt'!i-iiyto I li'^Xi.i:ii(*ii'^xi.i'Rt".'!i>i'it-l*��'> l-'y'>1 osedb gel ;up tli
ii.iitl'.v'are (i'-jiirlXiii'-iif.X. i7t; Iji.uriit- UrosiX tl.tiicts and"' aoc'ial iiraid,.of',.ihe,sfi ike-
ste'r.1 in-nl arc-i if A. (7l':b k, who lia'?g''ine.. -1'niu.b. '���/" - -  '������������.' ���-..���'.���::/.     '.i, -x -      ,. ','��� '',",'���'.���
Uo bfi,ni"u-i-ie.'���:"������     7,'iX.-   : '������'���\.'"'   iy ���;-," .yx,''\}.''Yiy~+*-'Yi, ���������������'������' -y.Yyyi i-
ii,-,., ������/-.. ,'  v.-.  '.1|f-,'i  ' '���'���",, ���, ���'-.     Dr. IXX!::rgt-s'-, d'.'iil.is'f, Brinvii' Block.
lil'.'.liian:igi'!)i"':l ft. ill- [.l.dcvo.'l lb'.!..: ,-.      ....   ������������.,--    ���- '.    y .        y
���Spiiugsy tbiiiuiirjii���!iaV.i(r!i-:itan ia.vl* j   \FO.I.t',SALK-r.-V.l.h.ei'aIol'ite.hy,G{,ii.le'y
;,a'lion'.foi-,a1lr-nuis M.c.i-I't'.'.a/id' stiribiii-T ;X ;t |d'>y. f''MX-Ml. Mayi;eARevelatokei ,
���;ho.|i'(ui Tt,i"sd.iy, ..I ,iiv :i');,b, ,���  '
Oi'.''y iiitlbyrg and ;J.; Kynifdy, .'of-
I;b'vi!le.vVfU*l,'vveri-i-'ii l:!ie ciiy'.oii M"tiX-
d.ri',V..-,t(> -'iit't'eild ,!,li"' 'Light and Puvvi-r
.Gi'ii.ip(iiiy..s:aiiii!iai ui'vyting'.. .-^     .''���������''     Y
Fn-d ������llobiiison. 'in-siin-rs! .-if, !b" pied
���'    ., f,       ' '������ y      .,
Robinst'ii L',inii:icr;(J.i;..y!.-'ff for I h.i,: c;i.-i ;
nii.-Tu'i'sd.-iy on a'liip fni-ibe :l'ii'ne'l;'�� oT :
11is iii'.-iilh and bii.-iij'i's-i'C'-.ibil'i'ui'd.    ,
Jv'.A; I>rai!le-J\ u',i;i''i;a.gi-i'(..r".'J)ti(|'!|(.-.,)(! :
.Mining ,(/o.' ri-1'iir'iifd'froin, Il,r ,:(,.'������ ia-i: "
Yyduliah's Shingle Mlily Burned,  i
77;,-0.n y^Wednesday    ; liiglit;    Julian's'
sli ingle in ilf south (ij,:i,he,;:Illecn|evv.ai(d/:
.Xwiisdeslt'oyetl. yliy fireiX'Tliu, cause, is.
iniiknilwuyy XAlf'whs-safe nL ilI7ti;<7*].tit'k-
f;a!id"a;hi!iit,lliiy(!;hl.iiifs ;bt.i.e^...i:IVtJi:iiii'ii
abbiit   theXiiiilb- were'X'tii-pii^edby tht'X
.vvbislle'blovviiig.  ovviiigX 11)' a.,, piece 'of;,
'.'I' i'i i ibe r 11 \\ vji n^' la 11 e'i'i',' d i i 11 in. "i;d i k ';'.;. Tlie
'���('���lig'iiiei and   I ioi 11M' are .cs.-i,'yi-:d,;. but ;l he
;|-;X!.-i,!,it7aud,'"a .(.'.-ii load of. sbiuglys  .were
���ileHroyed.',, .liiliaii,>vvas iniin'suri'ib' antl
t'Stiiiiaiesyl.iis;:liyS/at  $^500./Mle.:;in-;
��� ("iids (irdering a ne\vc)pla!!t and X'sljirt.'-'
���m JO i'l i ag/iiii7vvitl)bi a.-feivilXvvei*k;s.y:;7,' ;'
���.'^^Tzr/rrr.-r; iws:.
zjMtMUJKM&aaaKasicr
''li.id'i.,g.f(.-ed ;i la i til. il. aiid,- there wa*:. ..ie-ibt.y, (.act-din pa rdetl  by. lie. 'M.Kritt.
ii.othiiiir' l.o'rh.uw tl);t:'yvlve-dei' 'li.'id   antl P.'.J. O'i'i-ii u Yi VXi^.nyjhy p.V. -
iiy i'cet.
M!'..''M'i.r.').'i'(ei'. .'.'vi'de!'j.''b'.l.' -oit' the
Aid.   Jiour.iif   ifiti'ViiN'going7 (.,  iji(, /;
C'ua:-I  |iO   ;tXil*;.[ llCll'-iit   ,"iX    Ili.J    ll;'a It li.,
i'i\\vir .'hsivrl   tbi-it, \hy<> 'y-v'"-\ )*-'���'> '��� which'h.-n-i...! 'iveb ^.i.-d'bf. ha-,   /iu :
COVl'/bin^d    to   Commit    thi*   Ofiimc?: , mHiiy-friend.-- hop-'- lb;,lX he -'vvill".ict.i'irn ''���
o ihey.fXirrtijiged j ;di liiV-i,i-i.i,r'r'.rt��r tbe rlr.iiig''!'-        '.,"'   X
j.' beti���i\'unni.incerldin:
|   lyjyyi^. ;.'    '.'���-,   '"     '7 ','���
ji fCaU'iiX vtluzy up
I to, thc Inkers- puoz,
sl'.inii::cl 'on'-.ihc sole,
$l,06r:.$5,5O;.;isplcd:x'
f^ccl iilrvcr/. paii' of
Tlie Revelstoke Hospital Sasieiy:
r I \IIK. first: niuuial gonorel nice tin-,' of die Ito v- ."���'������.
'J. ;, cl.siuku Hospiial cSucUity vviii.bu.'liclil ut tlio... ,7'
J.''iru iiiiii, Socond atruL'ti-ltuvi'lstoko on Won;
tttiy.tliu oili A u��urtt,;lUtil. at! tho hour of cif;lit ,7
p, in.' for r.I.ii' ..I'jurpusu of rk'ol in-j''TrutiluOs lor    '
llu-, onsiiiinf year mill ffonui'iil tiitbiiiiniis. '
���,.' Alf puivton-j vvlio luivo BiibScrlbwl ?,i,00 or'up��
vvni'ils l.ovviivds l.ho I'liiidtt of tliu buuit-ty nro
ciiLlViiid������'to.; bo ^present, iiiid veto on till uuitlorri   .:
bro .light, before tho incvtiiit''; uiiilf uUfiiueli tiro"' ,
-,lnv��LuU. lb Ijo prcscitti:,...; ���  7 ���'���;-   ;;/
���yX,X;;; \ ���;��� "��� :;77';;,;7 i:.y.; ]3,'i:i'ATKi:<s,i;   \r;-i
'-lievclstok"6,��� 1 JI C'fi' X'i'/'i' X ���.;/��� ���Bcw-iiliirJV;'-'-is'X
.-'. ������ J'uJ}' Jib,KJOl, ,7y'-   y /   .���������'���'":��� ,'���:....���!.';.,'���.;.:.���
/������;7:7.y7;;7.HeIpixxWant@d.it
}������:��� One   XIrohcri; anclX; iohc;'.' XGeneral yY
Laundress X,fori,;,:Revel��tdke   Steam 'y
Laundry.Xy Goodv'\vage3:; to  profi;.;";
cieht help. :������-..7������'���;''���" ;���;/���.' ;.7,  ::,,/X"-,.''    -'.\X-:
,.. :   ������/,.������        '..-':;.'���      .:..���'��� ���:'/-.��� ������,.,', '^ t// .-.'   :-,
Reyelsfoice Steam Laundry Co.
; BARBER,;
Watches, y Clocks)
Jawellery and Sil-
'Vferware.���"������"������:��� y.^;/v:..
a
,!���
���ftrif.J;that-iti c!o:ri��
ficnnrpii-ftev-. _, '��� ;. -.'���'��� \ " j M���^y. Pool ���Mid'.Vnnng'.aiaiv'd in i.i ���
.^ JIh Woivhip wintered a prnna | Jh, ,.h y ,inMo,,.h,y a,-,M"ft. on .T,,.- I '\
bicieeore  hfid   been ,-mndc out,      . , (1;lV ,-,',;, liu, f/lhll,m l() ,,<���,���,���, llf(
"Tiie'SJat'ei'S.hoe
jy
x it.'is only  by  careful. study
,,     tlie  drifggist.i'becomes a-factor,
'in, the struggle  for. health and
liappiti'css.r ;.       :��� ��� :''Yix
Our Reputation has been won , ;
by   studying where to buy
arid v/hat to buy. ���.���;'' i '
1     ,:    Wc '��� 'maintain., that, reputa-i.
tion l>y'careful nilf��� htii<;11 to per-
../..'��� ���'ffict./illi'nii of  prescriptions and
X': -.lo'.ye'ot prices. yyX-        '.\       .;
'CM' WATCHXISKCTOR.
eyelsiokB Station, B.O.
���.       ;!,'.?I.n/ro.\',S  i;t.\'I'I:'.mi.;.v'i.'' Lad", group in   which  they, are   biter-
'Mil��� U<AH i\m vHlh",l mvM^ci v^vd.  - ;   ��� ���;..'.. i.
0. B. -HUMd'.'���& 00.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
:���  ;      1:vaj) CKi.-;c,'ij:,'
McKir.nqn..Eldjj.'''Tcrcntoi.'
.-' "The Drugg'sl,"
Succmaoi' to Th', M<:D. A.
W. Co.-
Mihm] Astute i."R?V6!.9Toke eTOTfoNi.'ei.'p.
AUTHORIRED. CAPITAL,'$1,000,000
'   Full   (JiiVr-yiiinciit   Deposit.    Instlliiiicc no-
ccptod at Ufjnituble , ' ,    ��� ' "'
A. DEAN, Manater.
CityAgeiit-Ji^.HAGGEN,
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