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Array aJ^^/f $>%  1>'i  ^>TJj3TJZSid:E3ID' TUESDA  A-ISTTZ   W������ZTT  l. ^r  tfbL v.���������ISO.   ������=/  ' -utEVELBXOKE. B, (./JllTf 17. 1900.  82.00 a Year.  'A*      <���������      c*k      ������>      A      **>      ������*. '   A       ������>      m      A     ������������?      ������������      <f>       A      <**      ^*      ������i������      A      A      iv������        /������      /*>      <S      rS     ������%      ������*������      .2.       .  fig? ?*->.w������������������*;���������)rv^>-v^fvp���������;������-. ovieg* V??;foy\r,?fo mwrfo;v>rfcfgh**o tvar-^p *w>P&ft??,r*<��������� jp,*&-.  t->, Vt^t /S    <n m r% Tl in  CSV)  -'*' .S I-,'E 7 "1""; .- fi J ������ n J  iLiij    ii'luJiUiudl  ..     "ll I '.).. 'i  p It3.5 ;i   ,1?  X    %v ^ /Tfc /T $. 57*   3      ^^ (Tg  @ /"&  ,' c^b  Lacii������3 Blouses���������Special   offer  in 'new and efo  popular   goods, latest styles, regular prices cfo  $i,   $2.   and ' $2:50.   going'   now   at   50c, - fi?  , $1.50 and' $1.95.' ,    ' <j������  Ladles .Skirts���������Crash ."Linen. Piqueo and ^  Duck: ' reguiar.'p'ricc, ' $i-.50 $2.50, $3.75*. r-|''  $.i. ^o, yoih;.' now at $ 1, 1. =;6, 2. j =5 and' -?. r,  Moii's ITarmsliings aiid Clothing���������AH J|  Wool   Tweed   Scree  and 'Worsted Suits' "?  from $!'! lo $17;   'Mens   Baibrifi-ean uncier-  '&&������������������  ��������� ������     wear ,suits $1.  Boot-S; aiid.'Shoes- -Reduced, for one day. tgj  A\'"e make a speciaroffer of a si)!endid line s#j  of  slices, perfect' fitting, good,  new slock,  c|j  ���������   'STANDARD PREGEIS5,  SATURDAY," JULY-14, f  ,     PRIGt S3.75.     ��������� .       ,     '���������     ������  \Yt also 'carry a choice slock of Carpets aild/J^  Linoleums, second to- none in the city. ��������� *.  Call and see us  If o Trouble to Siiow -Goods,  sy.������  i'Wi 11'-  ������   ^  ���������^J  ^w^ws^v^u^u^.^  Belts!- '-Baits!  Belts!  JjuILS  -AT���������  Gu\  ^        S_-^ C3. ������   ������t> t^ fl   Q  itlB jEVvell^K'S  nn  Fhe  n,58d fiobinsoi  Lnmbflp Oo. Limited,  On and .*ift������-r Ihis d.il".* our  !)irt(.-i.'s fen-  cut fii-cj\vo('d will In- ;is I'dllous:  $1  per cord at Mill .  C.P.R. Watch inspector.  C3^ 1^% t'% '���������!  H   fif $    M       R  Dmyiiiij   and   rli-lhcrin-,'  a.   specialty.  Team's ai ways   ready ' at   sliorlest  notice.        Contracts   ft-r   jubbiii",  taken.    Ayy.iy  i>,v 'II. C. Oil Cf.  ert Samson.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  ���������'He'lldoitfor voss.  $2  a  deliverecl.  Prices Cut'for Cash, ,  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  ' -\ I (!:������������������ ciiincil nifciin^ ]ri-it],iy ui^lit  ill" ri'llo-.vii:^ '.-il'lfi iiicu were |,i-.-mmiI :  ..Mi-fti-i-j. Kiljinlt if-k. Ni'M-inrin, Abi'.-i-  li.*iiii--o'i .-md (iun!o:i, with.Mil. Go'i ilmi  in' I In- cli.iir. '    ��������� ,  T!hj niinutt'^.o!' I lie | j *.-\rioii> nii'elin,^  W'.'if read nnd ruliii.tcil.  The   l\ il lowing   i-r-n/imipital ion 'w.-i.-  v.'fi'ivcd : ,  i!ev-L-t<ike, 13. ('.,  July lUth. ]:",':().  'I'i the Xif.-i;. c-!-';.:.d Coi |un ;il.ibn :  t-i-i'ili'-ineii.���������i hex to ini'Si'iif yon  \viL!i "in 'excellent jiiuiLojii'Aph of (he  ^idnwuiU on Uonulcis s-'trer-L in this city,  whic'.i 's ho|U' voir will rti|t l-efiiKe lo  a'ccepl. l;n! i'ath.'i- i'raine it and li.-m^ it  in Lhe council i h.-imhcr in i-i'iiieiiihi.-iiu'u  or l.'ic 'goii'tl \viii*!v done in Ihcyrars'  lSRlanrl IiKJO.,,  '  I w ouid. ;;ilso respeel fully titi>^est  Ih.-iLa !i-;l-l. lit; |.|.*ici-d s-ir that tht-bLi'ps  which'li.-ivo lieeii'littiil ^inc (iie pJioLo-  gi-aph w.-it. t.-iUt-n, Crin he seen al ni<;hl.  and that a mail' he" stationed llu-i-e (ti  as--,i:-t ladies wi'lh hnhy can iages 'in  oi-dt-r In' provi'iit, accidents that may  piovc ('xpens'.iye to the cil'y. ���������-  .  [ nil),, ireuLleiiien;-  Yonrt. ohedi'ently,  ' .        .'P. R. I'KTgKStJX.  XMovcd   and   seconded   hy  Aid. 'Kil-  pati ick and AlMahaii)*-on Ihat the clerk  be instructed tO' write lo M\. Putersun  th.-inkin^ hiiri for  l.he'fine view of  the  Douglas sti eet sidewalk'.    Carried.  '    A  petition    was   received   from   the  ,   . i  property owners  on Alrlvenzic avenue  ro.jini-liiipf Llinl. the inipr.ovenient work  to  ht>  done  on   the  avei'iue he carried  out in iic-ciirdai-ici','withjhi: pl.n^bhown  in   skelc'a   accoinjianyin^'.   whieii Lca\''e  position oi"   walu, lion'eviir-d  ami road-  lied.   "''Ki-ferrcil   lo   puMic '\uu ks   ami  piopei I.y couiinillei'.  j{3*:ru3rrw ok uojjjrnrrKKri.  To (he Mayor and Council  of  the City  of iievelstoke :  i  Gentlemen, ��������� Vuursiieciai counniltee  ajipoinlecl   to-confer with   tlie' Jievel-  ���������rtoke'  V\';iler-,   7_,iy-ht 'and   Power Co.,  relative   |ti   (he   pioponed  purchase of  theii   jioiii'ity   hej;   to   report.that on  tHc'l.'JLli   July   inst an I   I hey agaiu mel  the   directors  of   that company when  j Ihe following- basi--; of n   purchase w.-o*  | tu rived at, on   the   tindeialnndinj^ lh������t  j at a l.-der date   the actual li^ure*; .sh.-ill  Iheaiiivcd   at   from an examim-d ion of  I tiie company's bool-ti-.  j'   The coiupany will a'ccepl I'.ie'ii'u.'ounl  of  I in* capital   --lock ac-tu.-iily paid'iu  "nil the ait'oiii.t   leotii-.ed   liMi'iii'rt'il i  %},    = Fi '     o ������t  V -pecli.l idle In m.-el  Ihe ilili i est    oil  I jf(5ii3lfli     ������' llj> \JlOM' U  t'lal the a moiii.t  b\  delienl ui .-s   i.-;u,',|   and    .-iid.iirj-   lund  will he I i.e .-,u.:i i.j' $! j������,'). i').  ' "Volll- Cf.Jlllilil ice 1 liel efiii recoiliiui lid  that ;s bv lav.' he iul i odticrd for lc\ ^, in"  on I he do!!..i'  a f;eni'ral rale nf 12'.' u  on'as.-.er-sed valtit'of r. ,-il <'sl.ilo and on  not mole, than .".0 jier.ceiit of (lie  assessed value uf improvements, pio-  vided -".-'.ul rale i\ paid by,I lie a^������e>-ed  ou or hel'ore lhe 1st day of Novenil er,  1000. and a ^'-ner.il rale as afmes.-iid of  15 mills on i he'dull-ir if   pai;l   ait er (lie  'T  h Ghiiiese Toi'tupe.  '     (S;'>L-(-::t! lo I lie Mail.)     '  .. Vf.\*.���������];.viiio.v, j).'c, July lfi.--The  navy flep.-irl ment tin's morning jc-  ccived    confirmation  -fruin      Admiral  i i  ltctny of'llie reveiso   .su'stiiinefl by tlie  iillicd    forces   r,i, 'Tien   -Tsin   on -llie  l*5t Xdvenrlrri. V.M).     And for levyii ������>; j in ii-iiiinr or   the   l.'k-ii:      The. despaU li  a special rale of .'j 1-7 mill-; in ihe'dollai  on a-^M'Si-ed value of  ale ar.d on  nolo more   than   ,7.)   p.-i . ecu I,   of   (ho*1  assessed value of iinpi oveiiieu!s. ���������   .Appended   to   this   iepoi-1, will lie found a  delailed statcim n'l'of llie e.*,l'.iiu ileb for  the;ye;ii-.  IiCFjieci fully f-uhiiiilTed,  .      , '      T.  KllJ'ATitlCK,  (Jli.iiruiiiii.  lie veKj ukc, July ltflh, lt,'(X),  , iCSI J^iATIOO   IIKOJOIPTS.  -Cenieleiy'  ' $   *!(j p[)     .  'Dehontiuc series U 2000 00  b u-e depart nienl ..JOU .,i  Trade licences ] loo 00  Liquor licenses'' r  'L'llO 00   ,  ��������� Dr,<j; iax ���������    :-:;;o oo  itoad lax i���������:;(:;) r    .    '> .200 00  '   Government. 1^'JO taxes J7UO0O  Piiid   ace.  Dt-benlures ' ���������  'o     serics.C. ','     ,       . '. 2'.'0 00 -    '  Police lines 3078 iii)  $     ].7i  00  - M7  3,730  217  y.)  J.2,7)  7o  ,     SO  70  J 77  Wi  2.851  ���������Ki  7J  80  m  -15  Ui  00  %    Jif9  01  ] 1-15 -12  oi)7 SO  S7 00  W--^        -i   , , .    VL      I   in*   1. Cl |'it cl I       ^l III.  IV     ill  I I I.I i M'    jl. 1 |(l    I 11    agOTiS,' ,  JjeilVery      IWS, l.^^7^   Plus  Ihe/aiuount   t,r  llie. bank  loan of $2'J.000, plus Lhe amount of  lhe  lb">  Buggies, ' Etc.,  ���������: AT :*��������� ~ '  i.'MOMAHON'S  yH  'V V    ii li XJ      0  Blacksmithing -and  Woodwork  . done on short notice.    '.  .Carriao'cs   Built   to    Order.  , $0328 87  KS J'lriiATLII) " :i'X!?UNDlTU������i-:.  'Interest-'  ' Election e^xpense.-.  Fij-e bt italics'-  ilealf ll depcll'SliiellU  IX-i-j;lib 1 en lei!  ' Postage & ,telef;ra in.**  J'i intiny & V-taliuuci y  Police depl.  Pati'iolic celebration  Pi-iaonei-b' kee|i  Eoad lax refund-.  K.'iiids ii iul streets  Salaries  Sick .-md do.*>tilute  Jn<ur.-ince  -���������    lOxperises of intjiiestb  Hydrant rent.il  Telephone service  Snow exponM'-   ,  Donations  Mi-ccilaneoiis '  Oilice rent  Oi'lice I'm ni-shint;'-  Puel'o-        '      *'  '  ,      0  $11,1.18 21  ?\Iov'eoand  seconded by Aid. Kilp;it-  rick and Al-i-.iham-on   ilutt Lheiopcu-t  of  the   finance   eonimiltee  dated July  i3lh he adopted.    Carried. ,    ,    .,        .,    .  A by-law for levying- rates fortinH=---A >cw Yn,'U P������per P"������������ts a story  year 1900, was ininichiccl, received j t0 tl,e e{^el ill at the. wounded ' with  three   readini;-;   and  was  pa-Ved with | Admiral Se\in<u.irin his   retreat, from'  '    -!0 (.")  81: J 50  , 20 50  165 70  -15 00  f      It1! 50  20 00  i'i) 00  1        50 00  is front Clio Fou   dated   July Kith and  say**. : '   ������������������ Jt is reported that the allied  forces at lucked   thc:  native city on the  md -ning of lite l.'Jili with the Uus^ianS'  on    (he   ri:;hr.    with   tho   9th United  Stales   infantry   ;'ind   the 'Marines on  lliu    left.       The' losses   of   tlio  :d!ied  '.    ' ' '  foives were large.    "The' lUissi;uis lost  10U   h.eu   'i'lcl ud ii'i g      the      artillery  Colonel;"   the     AnieVicans    o\er    -JO;  Jjiilir-li o\er -10: daijiinese OS inclufliti<'  ,' is       .  Colonels; j<Yonu'h 25.     Colonel Ijiscuin  'of   the Oih    U. !S.1' infnnti y was killed,  alio Capt.  i");i\is of lhe Mai ine .forces..  Captitin Lemly and Lieutenants JJutler  and    Lennaid   'weie    wounded.       At  seven o'clock in the  evening llie alliid  attack on the nativepcity was repuhed -  with great loss.       Tlie. let urn's are l ot  yet complete.      Tho details   ha\e"not  yet'been confirmed. *  ���������   Lcc-jdon, July lu.���������The foreign oilice  lias    iecei\ed   -no   advices to day frr in   .  .China.     '.Although     .Lprd    bidisburv -  does,not   tltuiht   that Sir Claude. Mae-  I')ou dd. thc ihilisli   IMinisier at Pekin  h;is    IJeen    murdered, he   has   m-t  \'et  taken    any* steps .relratdiii"    iiilerua-  liotiid    i el.it ions    as     icgaids   China.  Theie is   at   present 'no inclination to    ,  gi\e v the Chinese  Minister  hispapets.  Loid   Stdisluiry has not seen or.heaid  a nulling   from    this   functionary,   for  "e\eral    (\.\y-i,   in   fact    not   since   his  Lordship    made    the  request   thai lie   ���������  Ir.insuiit .i message to Sii  Claude, Mac-  D.mald.,   The Chinese Minister agreed  but nothing further ,h is   been heard of  liiin.v t ' ft  Av    let lor    has    been    icceived.frnm  Lady Ckuidc' MacDunald, wife of  lhe  Biiii-!i   aintiassador at- Pekin,1 wiitten  wlion    the    s'.i nation      was      crowiri"  ihieatening. ���������    Slie   s;iid   that  till tlie.  ladies   of   the   legation   had   supplied  themsehes with   poison to be taken as  ;i last resource.  v  'I  i I  f  earnings of  tiie company expended on  capital  accounl, pin-  fifteen   per  cent  per annum on the capiiiil actually'paid  'in, Culciil.iled   from   tiie  several  dales  'when the same was, paid in, and deducting   from   such   total   the   profit.-,  earned by the  compnuv from (lie date  the  business  was commenced���������al! cal- j the unanimous consent  of ihe council. , Pel.in', weie shot by fi iends in order to  i pie\ent them fiom being tortured bv  j Lhe Chinese.- ir.- being impossible to  i !i.i\e'them mined to a place  of sifetv,'  T1  !     \  Fir* I .-Ire-.'t near Moii-oiis  j.it.  'SA  ������\ i r* 5 si p o,  Trv    t   L =ir* '     -   i'���������   *    .'  &F- fr (������������������  Ills l\ g P h g sy i  ill  Sic" !��������� A Ii  ^ ;, *r- p tl -J.  puoofl pro  For sewing ri.'tcliiiie .sujinlies  of all reputobi', m.ihes -'ipyiN  in  J. W. BIDNNETT,  representing The Singer ^ifliv.  Co., MacKeii/jie Ave.  Eoar j by the week 84.50  Meals      -       ( - 25c  Home   ma'de   Hri-.rd.   'Cake-  and    Pi  for *  Chinese employed  A.   OOWBT.  for  s;il".    Open   day ;uid ni.^h  dilations lo lie made io [\\<> l-i .^epl.'n  1 er, ]5 00. that   hciiifr lhe eailie-t po-si-  hledaleat   which  th" purcha-e c;in be  t'fiiiij.!"!^!,  iJe-pectliiily .-ul mil d d,  i     ���������     '' T. Kn.rAviM-'K,  . Aclii.g ('il'.-iirniai! of Connnillce.  July i Jlh. l.';0.  !   ' 31fn*ed an 1 si eonded by Aid. Kilpal-  'j rick  .-ind   Acwnan   lh,-il   (he   r.-poilcf  ^  I the   .-neci.jj    t oiiiiuii I ce   aj>poiuled    lo  confer   w id.  tlie   I\e\ el^tol.e    W.ilcr,  I 1-igh     and   Power   Co.   i "l.il ivc lo I he  j pinx-ii.-i.-e of l heir i'l o.i, dated July loi-h  , ��������� be adopted.    C.n-i i< d.  j     XMoved find seconded by AU. ICilp.it-  -v-��������� | lick and Newman that Mr. 13. A. Law-  "["son    bri   engaged    to   wu: k   in  coucei I  ^"V5.?s1*'--C' liilvh^r-nf fir]    ! t!;e poo: fallows pieferred death at the  ttuVyivuti UAiiafeuaud, | ,,.lIlri, llf lhpir trieilfIj, h; pMifl!ienco t0  ,   ' being butchered by thc Chinese  (-r.v'.'-i.il to llu- ?.!.\;i.) i  -������-.������-_   Capi.tuw.v,   Ju'y    in---When   the J Trade with tliu Mother Country.  war in    S.u.lli    Afiici   is   o\er 10,U00 |'    iiuers   (.hiii'ly   mil luaii/.cl   cili/.ens   of j The unpei i.d tr;rde  lelui'ii.s for June  llie    Tl .in-o. .i.d,    w ill   euiigi ale    to    t he  HlTil^."."'"! G-f All  Edison Standard  wilh the Ii--vel-toke W.iler, Light and  i Power t'o. to assist in Ihe cilv'.- inter-  ! est i:i arriving al. llie diff'T enl compii-  ! t.ilions recniii'i-d bv I he rejioi t of ihe  1 special   committee   dated    Julv   l.'Jih  . . . Phonograph !?n1i"d-1      , r    , \ "  ,.  o      i      i iii llie Jiayor and  Conned nt  lhe Cily  v.illt aii t,ln- J.it-.-i, i..--i-.\.vaincs-;.-- wl'l  t.iku and ropi-a.hn c ri co.rd-. (.-r.aiiiU-ro  unjliidim,*-, Hceorder. r.'cnrn \-ii_, v. P,r..'-X-  Uoni. i--"f-.i>phin; Sli.i\iri^- Knif,*. );.iv  Ttibcs, t'diiic-K ifair Uni-ii. ni! ( ,\\-,. .������;-���������,  Onc-liali do-^'.i llcvoui- ,-.a<l Ji- i.k- cf  instrtictio'i.'  PRICE    $25.00 '  OHAS ii   AMAM  of ReveUvke :  GeiiileMieu, ���������The f'naiice fommii tei  bej; ie.r..- lo i"p.u I lhal Ihev have con  sideierl Ih" e.-(ima!e- for- lhe  ���������"cvsid fii.d lb it 1:1-' .iinoiiiM f rpr-ed le  lie i.i i-*i -.1 by -.r i *: 11 ��������� j . 11 late t.i meet th'  e-iiuiaied expendil in*" for1 I iie cm renl  ycu will   be   lhe   ��������� uin ol  !.;.vU���������"J.'j7, rtiid  i  low lhal, i ho impoits inlo the  rnftcil  uuneii Males.       j I l;, An-e;,,ans j  Ki!^'!,"n r"Jitl   Canada   inc.e.i.sed dur-  ,        ' iii-t 11 i-il iliOMih over  I he. coi respondiri"  aie ai;.. niiiiig ihe  n.o eiiKiit. '     . , > ;   V   :    , i     r h     ��������� v  ^    ^ jinoniii   ot   l.tst   vi'.tr   io   l lie fijllowiriir  .Thehlcsl    Mach.ul.irp atKiie.-, vi.-ue ''(Jx!(M"t .   .   v\u>^\    .s9J,1.000:    bacum  iii.it .Pieside.u   1-Cni-er   will i -. i'a'-e io i -"'jooU.OOO : ptnp, s.'30,000 ; Km*. '?l 10,  -tiriender   uulil    his   "-ujiplir  iliinsted."  Nl..i"     N'oifK.     July    10.      A   Herald  despatch   fiom   Preloiia   s i \ s I li il  I lie . "'' L',i! l'''*    s'^'ep  Jli-ei.-.   continue    massing   i'n.rn    len-toj^^'"   ('^!<,i'    ';,1('  Iweuly miles   outside of  .\iag.i!le-,biu ^ j '''l,-'"li:<! lo Canada worsteds   andiron  inline    iie.ii-    PrelnM.i.     Their   hi.i.e. ������������������- ! "-v'n  now    cm end   from    lhe   Delai  Ibiiiwi.y    aciiis*.    I !:e    ''A'.iisbu  ������ e-l \>'ai d.      Th" en< ni\'-I nl d -I i r!-<,'i h  (,x.,' 000 : fish, si00,000 ;   wheat, i?90.000 :  '! p;.aS  !U 10.000.       C,,   (he   oiher-  hand  i h.'i e w ei e iicei e.e-es in lhe impoi i.iti.m  lUllil'l".1.  r  md   one   or  i    exports  from  la.iiji in  ia I!a\  ���������;    line  '.\ed di ci fuses, but    lhe   iimjui it v of  other lines show good inctcases.        ','  r li ,0 | is 10 IJ'W ii'.-u    wilh in my   g",  ia.'.c: i ��������� li of  I  l.Mn-*qiiitoes   iirivt^   bei'ti in ikin^ llieir  I e.- en  l.  il >w n  gi\e;i  il.nu.i;  oi-i lie past few day?,  iie Priiisii in iiii .uin;. ,'ias { Ti-e-y v..-:.- -=o numeioi:.- in the hush  -���������r.p.nv    uiiil'.d.'ii-e.       'lhe    ye-ieiday ilfal i,l:e ere w working: in the  oy^ing- f-,*rni]i  near  f he canyon hart |o  pt n! w oi k ami tome tu town.  li THE KOOTENAY MAIL
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'      TtfiSDAY JULY]7, WOO.
Legislation in tli3 Interests of Labor���
,, A Labor Gazette." r.
��� The concilial ion bill whicn has   beeii
carried through   the   bouse   Il-.is   week
' in charge of  Hon.   Mr.   M,ulorl<   is   tlie
��� most'  practical   and, delinilV piece  of
legislation   iii   (be   intercst>   of' labor
J that has been placed upon the stal n(e
book for many years: and nut only
'will it "prove a- valuable act to the
working classes'but the whole community as well, for that whicli affects
labor whether beneficially or (he
reverse,' necessarily" .and, in a like
manner, affects (he entire coiuuiunily.
The'.act provides machinery for llie
simpler anil more permanent, settlement, of trade di-putes, and is ha-vd
upon an'imperial law which has been
' thoroughly tested, and under .which
many trade dillliciill ies. have been
' periiiiinenll\vand satisfactorily sealed.
11 is not coercive iu its piovi-iuiis, bid
simply offered adequate ui.u hinery,' of
'which both aide.- may lake ail van Inge
without loss of dignity or self re.-peci,
and with reasonable, prospects <">f arriving at ;i happy ti rniination of their
difficulties. Am important, provision'
eoMhe bill is'Iliat, under wliich 'a labor
gazette will he published inoiilhly for
the |Hirpose of gathering anil tlisseu i-
n itiug facts ( f inteiest and value to
tlie labor wm Id. and this proposal' has
been warmly eiulo'rse'd by labor men
the Dominion ovei.
.Yet another langible piece of i vi-
d'-iKe of the governiuenl'.- praclital
sympathy w.il h t he toiler ha-- conic to
light ""this week in addition, t.o (he
provisions requiring conli acloi> on
government works to pay io their
workmen not lea.- than 'the iiirient
i;;ites'of w;iges in, (he disl rict \\ ben:
lhe work i> being performed, the gov- .
ernnient have adapted another regtj- !
hition which leqnires thai aii hmHi J-
employed on government works shall '
be resident* of ��� Canada.' Th" first
contract to which this provi-ion applies is one rfor improvements in the
lrirbor at Sarnia_. The conditions
whicli Hon. Air. .Mulr.ck'. acting
minister of public work--, has incorporated in this contrail- expressly pi n-
vides that evci y wotkuian .-h-dl bt* a
Canadian resident. The same pi-ovi-usn
is also ,to be inserted into lhe coutiacl
for tiie break water iit   Port  Colborn",
yielded and the unjust discrimination
is tit an end. , ���
The credit for this victory for the
people against tho monopoly must/ in
all fairness he i^iven to the Laurier
admiiiislraticn for in all the years
there w.is ii conservative majority in
the railway committee no attempt was
ever made to assert the'rights of the
peopl.�� although, during the greater
portion if not all of that period the
monopolists and corporations generally were steadily increasing their grip
.upon thc country. Siifee the change
of govei nmenl, one of the biggest jobs
the libera Is'have set themselves was to
break the power of the monopolies and
wrest   back   for   the   people   some   of
their   stolen   rights.      If is   a   heavv
i ,
contract and cannot he all accomplished in a day, but. substantial progress
has been made, and wilh lhe leneual
o." public confidence which will be'nt-
corded the government at the.mext
genera! eieclion even greater., prngres.-
niiiy be expected in ibis most neces-
sary, win k. <
As there appeals to be' a  disposition
in'Miniv (piurlrrs to blame the  goveri -
ment for the delay which  is sinful Innately being experienced in  completing
the Pacific cable scheme, it may   be   ol
interest *tro   quote   a   brief   interview
published I wo or three days  ago  wilh
S.r S indford   Fleming  who   is   recognized as the authority above, all others
upon   this subject :    "f   have  quite   a
number of letters wilh full information
, fi'.un Australia.    It is well known that,
a few   months ago   (he   whole  matter
had  got.  into  a   tangle,   especially   in
Vicloi ia and New .South Wales, owing
do, a change of admini-d ration   in   both
��� colonies, and the eft'orls ('if lhe Eastern
Extension Company lo kill   the  ttaus-
pacilic   project.    As   the   matter now
stands    'Canada,      Queensland,     New
Zealand,    Victoria,   and   New'   .Soulh
Wales aie each   prcpared ' to   do   theii
pa11. and are  pressing  the  homo government to proceed.with  the work.    It
will,he remeinlx red lhal  more   than   a
year ago (lie colonial secretary and the
'chancellor of l he exchequer announced
j Ui llie allorney-gonei.al   and   the   high
cnuiniissionei  lint1'Her Majesty V  governnient.   would   co-operate   w'ith'&l.he
othei governments in carrying oul the
.underlakiug-   (provided       the-      home
authorities   retained' (hu    controlling
powers.     'The   proposal    was    readily
.assented InJuH I   am   not aware  thai
anything of a   practical   character   has
b.'.-ii clone since.    Tin   cause   of  delay
i**: inexplicable,1 ami jj, e.-uinot   now   he
What OIil Snivj-er Sniil.
Senator Sawyer considered himself
personally responsible for a llopublic-
un majority in "Wisconsin and was
finite sensitive cm that .subject.
.During 1 lio (Jarlield campaign I w.us
siding one day in his simple oilico at
Oshkosh when a gentleman, then irii--
known, but now occupying a. prom incut
position hi public affairs, appeared
with a letter of introduction from Marshall Jewell of .Connecticut, chairman
of the Republican national committee,
who stilted that tho'bearer had been instructed, to visit Wisconsin for the purpose of making a report upon the po-
* lit Ion 1 situation and (ho prospects of
the -Republican ticket. This pricked
flip old man's pride. Ho resented, in
his good naturod way,'llie. invasion of
his territory, and I noticed that his
face'flushed as lie read the letter. After looking out of (he window for a few
���moments lie looked at his watch, handed back (lie loiter of, introduction to his
surprised visitor and remarked with
"There's a train leaving here at o
o'clock that will get you inlo New, York
day after tomorrow morning, and I'll
send up one of my boys to see that you
get aboard. When you get to New
York, you tell .leweil .that old Sawyer
read that letter and said there.was
.nothing for, you ,to report-'on. You
might add, however, that'old Sa.wyer
asked you who was .looking 'after
things iu .Connecticut."���Chicago Kec-
ord. ''      ' '
TTAIJOE 'AXJ>   WELL    lighted
i'l       - SAMPLE ROOMS.    Heated by
r^^�� hot air and electric bells; and
lifdit in every room. 'Free bus meets all
Xitfht Urill Room in connect ion for llie
eoiivciiienui' of f,rue.->ls .irriviirj; -mil de-
purtiug by nijjlit Lniirw. Hourly street
ctir between hotel and station.
- - - ��� REVELSTOKE, B.C
laid iit the dooi   of
or New Zealand."
Canada,  A u-tralia
and w ill rind
henceforward   in
every guvernuient'contr-acl   for public,1
works. ' , ;
The   lo! ies   have   r-iiown     -o    liindi
.interest in the condition ol' th" coal oil
question,   and   -ui-h  an   mnpienrhuLi"
I hirst for informal i"H -as   lo   what   Ibe
govei uiie-iil h;i's-done to   cheapen   this
vei y neces-arv c oinneniit v Id  the   consumer, that I hev will  be   interested   iu
noting  that   the   great   i ail way   companies   have  at   last   been   brought   lo
their knees by the determined and' mi- ���
c-impronii-ing all il ude of  llu-  snve: n-
llient.   At  I he in-luiiee of (he Slund.ird
Oil   Company.' thai      gn-al      oMap.'i*-'
monopoly    which    appeal*.      lo     h.ive
absolute eonl rol of the indu-l ry in   I be
I'uiled Stale- am! ol llie mi'way-- o\ er
wliich   lln-ir   jiio.lucl    ititi-t   be   11.111--
poited.   ihe   ('.tnaili.in     railways,    foi i
months (li-criiiiiiialeil in i;i!e-- in l'a\-oi
of   thai    loinp.iny    and    against     iis ���
c'oinpetil'oi s.    When I In-railway  com   '
inillee nf I lie pi L y  (oiin: il   t <nuju IIimI ���
the I ail way- lo   ieunne   tin*   di-tiiiin-
liiilioii, a- it iv,u- ( leai l\  a   \iiilali"ii   >il ,
the law,   the  i ail ways   -imply shift "d.1
their gioiind   and   ch.-irged   r 1 i-ori in In- ;
,-iling rates  .'.gainst  lin-   points  where;
the compel ing oil wa-. handled, leaving |
lhe   places   *. i.i    which    Ihe   .Slaiid.n d
(!(nnpany's   oil   :s.\x   tran-porli'd,    un-
louched. .\gai;i th" i ail way com mil I ee
interfei ed, and after re*;'"-ting   a-  long
iu   they   dared,    the    i.uhvuy,    h,i\e
Protect thc Foreigntrs.
A number nf the Chinese of iirilish
Cohiinbi.i ,-tiul, "A'.-isliinrrtoii have joined
i;i;i pelifion to the I'hiipei-or of thai
great empire liK-eet hing the govem-
meut to protect the lives not only oi
the Kmopeanand American ministers
lo Pekin. but all other foreigners resident of (lie ancient, kingdom. Leung
Ki Ting of Can ton..-ind Yip Yen of
Vancouver, prominent leader'-s in the
Chine���* Empire Ji-forrii Association,
are in Seaitl**.- Leung Ti Ting ascribes
ai! the pre-vnt tioulile in China .to I he
ambition and machinations of the Em-
pr >-- Dowag.-r. who. he' -ay<. is in'
icaicii-* with th.e B-.'xer-. the riff-raff of
the empire,~iii ;m al tempi to expel all
foi eiguer.-. ;stilie all progres-i ve, modern ideas and keep China sleeped hi
daikness.     With   the lioxers and Em-
i Desperate.
" "After I landedi iu Algiers," saiil a
Pittsburg man who is visiting Detroit
friends,- "I went otit for a little walk
to see the town and incidentally "to
finda' barber shop.        ���> ��� '  '       <
"After speu'ding' some time in fruitless search 1 accosted a man and politely asked'hini to direct'mo to the
.nearest place where I could get shaved.
Monsieur did not comprehend, and I
repeated my question. What he said
I' do not knowl'.as lie understood no
English, and, I n'm'equally ignorant of'
French.   We'parted.
"I walked'on until'I'met an intelligent dookiug'chap .whom I slopped.
Slowly, distinctly and in a loud tone
of voice I again stated- my request.
Anybody ought lo have understood,
but he did not. >��� He threw, a volley
of French at mc, gesticulated f madly
and left-nic standing there.
"With llie third man.I changed my
���tactics. I did-not attempt to talk lo
him in a foreign -idiigiid'.that, he, was
too' stupid to understand.'' I clutched
him by the arm and held him while'I
performed a pantomime sliave. When
I finished, 1 looked at liim inquiringly.,
��� " 'Yes,' lie said, 'I can see Unit you
are a desperate man. d suppose you
want me to take you to 'a secluded
spot where you can cut your throat?'
"Never did the English language
sound sweeter to me, and, learning
what I wauled lo know, I "was soon
happily wending my way lo lhe nearest barber shop."
PROP'S.   .
.Newly built. Fiist ciiiss
in every respect. All
modern conveniences.
unci (*.*..). , n    '
i-i.-ii'-e sample rooms. Fire
pioof safe. FvSo 'bus
meets till trains.     '    ,'
Under- same management:
p-o-oo; ock>o^ch> o-o<>p^o<><>o<><>7<>ao-<K>-9
A ' ' '   Newly Euilt.
V        $1   PER   DAY���-aa. r       .Lighted by Electricity
Q   ���         '      ��� J ��� ��� Throughout.        ���'
.Best Brands of   '
V/ines, Liquors-and
6WO<><KKkKH>0<KK)<>0^ ,
The Stool-;  I^xliaii.itcd.
At ono of the great department stores
the other day a young man was indulging in airy persinage with the'
pretty shopgirl behind thc counter
while waiting for his change.
"What a woTidorful place you have
hero!"' he said.   "What do you sell?"
"Everything,", was the reply.
"Everything?'' was tlio incredulous
comment. "What do you mean by everything?''
"Just what I sriy," responded the
girl. "Anything' you want we can
supply you with here."'
"Oh, you can, eh?" commented tho
pretentious Alexander. "Well, let me
look at some family ties."
, Without remark, but with demure
countenance, the girl went away, but
in a moment refurnbd .ind said: "I am
sorry, but the manager tells ine that
we are just out of family lies owhig
forni p.n iy, siy-j Leiin-r !  <0 tlio great demand.    Cerlnips you'd
like to look at some family'jnrs7"
Tho ' young   man   decided,   however,
that lhe I.i Cor was an unde.sir.ible commodity, and he would have none of it. =
t.N'i'iV York Tribune.
J. A. Stone, Proprietor. .!.-..
Rates, $i per day.
Electric lif>"hteclv furnace heated
Newlv built aiid furnished. . . .
Finest and best supplied bar
.... in fhe cilv .:.... /	
Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C.
9u tff UilSt
Furniture and Undertaking,
, ��� Repairing & Upholstering Done
pre:-.-Dowager disposed'of  th" J'.uiper-
>i;    iCwang li-.il. i\ ill he restored to the
lllli.lie.     Th
Ki Ting,' is   compo-fd   of   men of pin- i
g.-es-ive id.-a- who d'-**iie   in wc'('hh,a .
modernized   and  'placed   uu   an    iqual .
f.inlbijg \\i:h ibe  other world   powers. I
. i
Thlough the   I'.iil-cd   Stales and ('ana   '
i\a   Ih"   reform   pa i I y  will   eii cnlal e ;i i
-it l ii--   of   re��.'ilui ions*    for'   r-iccii.it in e- ;
among lhe Chines.", which, when corn- i
pieicd.1 will   '���>���'  s''ii |   ni   t !).-
h.'.'l'!-*   nf   lin
lie- world, asking their co-Dpei-.iiion in
("���lalili-hiiig Kwan.g Hsu nn the throne
of China and I be pi event hm of i h" dis-
liiemia r-meiit    of    lire   ( 'h i.ie-e c.-npii e.
Tile-c    I i-s|,|u I i(i||s    Mi'lc   c J: r i v\ it   up and
,n|o|,t'-d   ,it   ,i   nieetiiiu' -of   llie  i (form
.i*-*oi i.t t ion held in Se.it t |i- on J uly b'th.
Vj( Loria 'J'liiie.-.
Wai "bous-e-in cnnni'i'l ion   for Mnrnge of  faniily and ol her fiirnil lire,
trunks, etc.," iii monihly or other rates.      Agents for Raymond Sew
ing Mitchiiie.
iE^in"v-3i]xJsi:ros:E ST^.Tioisr,B���c
and   Tiling,
MeLeniiaii, - MeFeely & Company
, imim,
IMitte and Sheet Glass
Wood Mantel-s Grate
Hotel   and   Family   use'
'.   Miners' .and ,Mill' Supplies. :   ���
Vancouver, - - British Columbia,
'Branches'at Dawson Cily, Allin ;ind Ueunelt.
Tlmf S**<<]��*(1 It.
"Why  do yoti think  llie plaintiff in-
pniic.'V' a Milness examined as to soinc-
e\"cuti\ e i body's menial cowlMSon was asked by
various gicil powers of i coiin��el at a trial.
'���]',��� eni'��"." rcph'"l the witnepf--, "he
is coiniuii.'illy going * ahotit .'lShCrting
Hint he is the prophet  Mnhriiiimed."
"And pray, .sir," retorted the learned
gcuiP'iunn of ihe wiir. "do joii Ihink
thiil ^ l"'ii a per1 on declares lie is tlie
proplcd Mohai.Hired licit is a clc.'ir
proof of Lis in-iauitj '.'"
"I do."
"U"lij V
, "IJeejiu.-c," ;in-\\r'i'"d llio vldifi-s, re
parding hi- o'.'f '-ti'iiier wilh cii.-.y coin
pl:i"-ncy. "I happfii to he the prophet
.Mol'.'iinmed myKclf." ��� London Anew or.-..
Many n man who po-"H as a public
henefaclor lievr lhini<*; of giving hi.s
���wife a dollar for her own personal
use.���-Chicago i\"ew.-i.
(Late Mar Fa Ha ne &Co.)    ,
We aie Miiin.facl urcrs and direct. Import ei-s. and carry .-i large slock of
Ilalances, Fiiruaces-, h'ire Clay good*, Scientific and Practical Uooks, Glasswiire,
Platinum goods,.\cids,Chcniicnlsand all ol herAssiiyei-'sand Miner's requirement!;
Sole Agents for Moigan Crucilile Coinii.'int, 13<ilfersea, Decker Sons' Dal-
ances, etc.
Cal.-ilufrne and full pa rl iciil.-ics sent, on a pplical ion. ,
rncornorated bv act of Pill li.-iment ISoo.
XVm. JIdwon M.-U'i'MMirioN.  Pre*.        S. II. Kwing, Vice-Pres.
.I.\jii-:s  ICi.i.iot, Genera^ Manager
IL 11. Lee,- ( . I-. , nf K' mill up.. ,ini\-
eil    in    Ii.'.mi   v'-1' rd.iv   n.oiniii^   and J
,k i oiripaliied   by   .}.   M.   Kellie,   G.   fj. ;
i ?>"-igle   and    IL   ICtltc.tr  l"it for (im ii<j.s i
| creek   lo   survey   -oine  of Mr. Kellie's ',
mining inl"fes| -t.
j The provincial h-gi-iafore nweK on
I Thui'-day ne\t. 11 is expected Hint
the House will adjotirn immediately
: i'flei th'* opening and stand adjourned
I Iiii Monday or Tne-day of the following week.
Algeria mid Argent inn nre the only
counlnej's iu the world where the borsea
outnumber Ibe bum an beings.
t,'ciu:i tl bullion;.,' Iiu-ino--- Iransiiolul.
I D. MOiSON, fflaiijigep,      ���
-. ���   1,850,000
Jnlercst, allowed 011 doiio-its :it curi-oiit r-ittc**-.
F,vi?,i���ST9KE, B. 0.
vv ani
Tlj,e're c.'iiue-;i lime now and I hen when every gentleman   feels the need   of an
exceplloriiilly slyli-h and weli-pul-togethcr- suitof clothes.   The occasion
Hi.iv   b;>   ;i   weridin
function.    That is  I
above all othei
1 reeepl ion,   a journey   or some other important
e  time  lo avoid  a chance .fit.     That is the time
to give I he order lo me.
Striiv. berry Fishing- In   Chile.
A singular custom prevails in Chile
which in these days of aseptic precautions" will cause a shudder among
those who see infection lurking in every'detail'of life. It is called strawberry lishing and is conducted in this
fashion:     " ; '      ���
At ihe close of a dinner the cloth is
removed, and there is placed njVon the
table an inyneusc howl into which are
emptied half a dozen bodies of Bordeaux v.'in'e, four of cherry and two of
rum, besides sugar and nutmeg. I mo
Uiis mixture is put a very large .strawberry,, which floats upon the surface.
The bowl is provided Willi two handles. Theses-ire used lo lift the vessel
and tilt it so that the strawberry may
, be brought near the edge and sucked
inlo (he mouth. This would appear :m
easy feat, but it is a ditlicult one, as
the fruit rolls over ���when touched with
the" lips. 'J'he contestant in the effort
swallows a considerable quantity of
the liquid concoction.
This :s the'reason for the game; for
lhe bowl is passed from one to the oth-.
ci; many times in succession before the
strawberry is captured. When, that
moment finally, arrives, all of the
guests have-reached .a ripe stage of
hilarity. This is the game as i it is
played among the higher classes.
Among those of a lower social standing
the fiery liquor of the country is substituted for wine.c Willi them strawberry lishing develops, into a function
compared to which -a lighting 'mixed
ale parfyin this town is the recreation
of a group of peace seeking Quakers.
���New York Sun.
Tony's got to do is lo carry a bag wiiti
sticks iu it, and the men use, the sticks
aud do all the work."���Chicago Tribune.
Guwisine Joke*.
lie���I know a man who would be
willing to give $1,000 to hear you sing.
She���Totally deaf, I presuno?
He���Yes. And after he had heard
you he would give another thousand
dollars to be deaf again, I imagine.
This fable for ladies teaches that the
e.isiiest way to irritate the gentleman
to whom one may be married is to
guess his joke iu advance.���Indianapolis Tress.
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Lincoln'* CooIiican.
Thomas F. I'rcndle, for 'So years .1
doorkeeper at  the executive mansion,
^uscd- frequently to accompany ��� President Lincoln on his walks about town
1  and has many intere.-iing things to lell
��� of.'that great'man. whom he'believes to
Lave been one of the bravest monetise
world has ever known.'
On one occasion 'ITendlo was walking wilh the president down a flight of.'
steps at lhe navy department when
they en me. suddenly upon a man who
was evidently endeavoring to. hide himself in a dark'corner at the bottom of
the staircase. 'Observing the stranger
and fearing he meant diartu to the
, president,' ITendlo essayed to place hi.s
��� body in n position to protect his companion. l   .        . ���.-    t
.Mr. Lincoln, however, brave and
fearless as always, stepped'.forward
.and closely'scrutinized the man,'who'
ran rapidly up the steps and, turning
squarely around when he reached the
top. looked down upon the president,
who did not falter, but continued to
gaze sharply at' him. Ou their return
to the White House Mr. Lincoln said
quite "calmly. "ITendlo, do yon know
I received' a letter last night warning
mo against a' man who exactly answered the description of that man
we met on the steps?"'���Leslie's Weekly."
She Sets n Good  H-xniiii'le.
If a woman can refrain from spitting on the sidewalks and in the street
cars, ii man can.���Memphis Appeal.
Took a Cuatly Xnp.
To begih~witiriie's "a .good fellow."
That's a phrase easier understood by
men than by worsen. It generally
means���well, it menns he's an all round
good sort in the mele line.
��� Saturday afternoon he was feeling
pretty good. lie had been quite thirsty
if what he had taken was to be judged
as a criterion. - And the libations left
him in a thoroughly good humor, aiid.
he fell at peace with_the world.
Iu this delightful mental and physical state he bethought him of a friend
of his in Providence, and he further
thought that he would call up that
particular friend on the telephone.
So lie went to a Broad street hotel,
told the young woman there who had
charge of the telephone that he wanted
lo speak to Mr. So-and-so in Providence and wouldn't sho kindly'call up
the parly. ;_
The girl did as she was bade.
"Party's on the ' 'phone,'' she said,
and the man went into the telephone
box,' sat down and put the receiver lo
���his ear.   ,
And then he calmly and sweetly
dropped off to sleep. '
"When he woke up. he owed thc telephone company .$32.00.
He said lie wouldn't pay it, but he
did.���Philadelphia Press.
, Cediirs Twenty Ceiitnrlea OXd.
Some cedars are undoubtedly more
than 'J,000"years old, for, though ou
good morn ine soil they grow about as
fast as oaks, ou bare pavements and
smoothly glaciated overswept' granite
ridges  in  the dome region  they grow
,   extremely slow. l
One on 1I.0 Starr King ridge, only 2
���feet 11 inches in diameter! was. 1,140
years old. Another 011 the same ridge,
only 1 foot "Mi inches iu diameter, had
reached thc age of S;M years. The-tirst
lo inches from the bark of a medium
seized tree���G feet iu diameter���on the
- north Tounya pavement had SD9 layers
of wood, or 57 to the. inch. Beyoud
Ibis the count was stopped by dry rot
and overgrown wounds.
The largest I examined was 33 feet
In girth, or nearly 10 feet in diameter,
nnd, though I failed to get anything
like a complete count, I learned enough
from this and many oth of specimens
to convince me that most of the trees
S lo 10 feet thick, standing on polished glacier pavements, are more than
20 centuries of age rather than less.
Barring accidents, for all I can see,
they would live forever. When killed,
they waste out of existence about as
slowly' as granite.���John Muir iu Atlantic.
"And you are stuck on your last husband V"   we faitered,  wishing to seem
, very sympathetic.
The beautiful woman burst into
ten rs.    .
������I never was so badly stuck on n
husband in all my life!'' sho sobbed
"I supposed he was worth a million,
nnd he isn't worth anything!"
In our material age, the word stuck
has lost much of ils tenderly sen Union-
tal significance, and is uiosily used, as
here, iu its technical commercial tense.
���Detroit Journal.
Why He. Boiislit Wholefmle. ,
v The slender stranger had just bought
.a dollar's worth of "I." tickets and
was folding them when the man from
Harlem asked:    io
"���Why?" " '
. It is so, seldom that a New, Yorker
asks a reason for anything that the
slim stranger explained, "l.ecause one
-ticket seller in the 'L' is a sleight of
.hand artist," said he. "I offered a $0
bill in payment for a single ticket a
few weeks ago and ought to have received $4.95 'in change. I counted it
twice and could make out but .'?4.70. I
pushed it. back to the ticket 111:111, and
he at once pushed it back to me, gruffly saying, 'Can't yo.11 count?' and as'he
said it I saw a quarter fall into the
pile- of change from the palm that
pushed it. I retorted. 'It's all right
now.' and pocketed the money without
recounting-it. He saw that I had observed the trick, and^ the look he gave
me would have made' tne feel weak if
I had not been through Ibe snine experience shortly'" before at the same
"Since then' I have bought my tick*,
ets by the dollar's worth, as it is cn.-jy
to count change in even dollars and
puts less temptation in the way of the
ticket man."���New York Mail and Express.
Won 1.1 n't Bltickeii   Tils  Boot*.
It would be superfluous to praise'the,
hospitality .of .Americau-privnte houses,
but'it was impossible not to see how
much of it Is hampered and curtailed
by difficulties of service, of which all
my hosts complained; I hardly ever
ventured to nsk.for hot water In dressing or to utter an actual request that
my boots should bo cleaned. My plan
was to place them outside my door, ns
at a hotel, nnd 1 getlentlly found that,
if not blacked, they bad been rubbed
over before the next morning.���G. O.
Liroderiek's "Memories."
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fine quality of bur
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are   always
- printin
���prices are always,.reasonable.
of fine printing, write or call on us at one'e;
we "are. never too biisy to'attend to^all-orders-flf
-i^_t*'. ^jj
Toi.y'n Eiibj- Job.
"Got a loiter from Tony the other
day," said Aunt Ilop.'.ibah Linchpin.
"What's he doiuV" asked the caller.
"lie's niakiii a livin 'ihoul doiu anything, he mivs. lie'*, gut a position
with a lot of rich men that have a clubhouse anil play some kind of game!
I've foigot what IL is, but atiywav all
White of the nolled Ege Unfit to Eat.
Very few persons can cat llie while
of ji hard boiled vixg with any degree
of* comfort. Eggs are highly nutritious and easy of digestion when lightly or under cooked. The albumen, the
white of the egg, coagulates as soon
as it is dropped info hot water. The
long boiling renders the yolk soft aud
mealy, but the white becomes tough
and indisresiible nnd should be dis-
cardod.���'L&dies' Home Journal.
Mnn  nnd   Ills   Motlicr-in-lAW.
Much has been written about the
mother-in-law, nearly all of it in complaining jest, lu all of the flippant
literature on this subject there is only
one point worthy of consideration���
that the writers, almost invariably
meu, have never tried to veil their insincerity. This is a tribute from man,
even in his most playful moods, to the
substantial worth of his mother-in-law.
���New York Sun.
Witntecl to CliniiAc  the Subject.
"This is the lifth night you've come
home intoxicated T
"Lessh talk 'bout the two ulchlsb I
rapjo bouie sljober."���AUj- Bloper,
To   ST.. PAUL, ,
Wednesday and Sunday
And   Every   Friday
To     M0NTE.EAL     and
passing Revelstoke as follows :
Bastboimd 4:45,
Westbound 21:34,
Scho��ul3 of Time���Pacific Standard Tiir.e
Kiiectivu Feb. li-t, 1000.    .
Kaslo & Slocan Railway
train for Siin.lo.i and way Millions ��� i
.   ..   _. ...:. ;...-   i..��� .....       I.
Iioya.1 Mail Lines.
Cheapest Route to the Old Counti-y,
ALLAN L'lNIi-From Montreal
liiiiii.in -     -             June oU
Xuinidinii - ��   '   ���      July?
Coruilhiiin    I    l ' "It
i'arinian    .... *      * -      "   21
'j'mii'jhin    - ���       Alicr. i
DOMINION LINE-From Montreal.
nni'imvcr -      - Jly.
Ciuiibriaii'ii) ���
HEAVER LINE-From Montreal.
- Pus-eu-ccr train .or h.iiuloii and way s-liitions j ,.i. f-;,.-,,,,,,)..
leaves KimloalSnan.: daily, ictiirinin?. leave-. | \"''{-'r \{'',;''!\\
Sandon ut 1.15 p.m., .irriviny al Ivuslo V,.J5 p.m. ; /;,,.., StiMtM-bu-
u. -
Iniornr.tion^l IJavigaMon dad Trading ^,
Cci7i;iany i
OpciMtinif on Kootcmiy l..\*r .".ml I!Ivor.       '|
P.S.  [XV^nN'.'.TIOX M. ll'i'lM"* K.l-'.d I'l'!' Nol-iill   f i
! .-it (in.in. il.iily ewi'pi Siiii(liij:rc'.*.ii*'iiii-;. li'iivc: ;
I N'el-on   nl   !.Hi>  li.in.. i-.illin;,' nl   I'll.Inii!'.   ��� iiul  j -1-
I l-'.-i\. Aiii-wuri:'. riid Jill  \mi.v  imiiil*!: (Oiniccl- ���'
I ivil'li S. F. & N. Ir.-iiii to iin.l   bom  ."']ioUiiiil'. :tt
l,l-'i\i. :>Iilo l'olnt.
I J.iiki. Ontario
i'.i-'-c'iiwi-.- iii !.-t-lcd' tliroupli  to .iii  t.p.rl.<: of
'hriii I.rii-iin .:nd Ireland. ;ii:d n!'��|n!eially  !dm
i.iti'-lti nil puits of  tlio Kin-optdii coniiiic::'..
'.p!.i\ lo iic-ui'-i i-,iilu.i\ ot-.-te.-ti:!.'-!ii|i a._,'ein or
V.'. EJiArsSHAW.  Agent, Revelstoke.
Lardo-Dnncnn Divif.ion
AM Kit   AL!..'.!.T...
Sl.i;,iriu:r Allicrl.-i Ir.i*. r- I-
Argeni.i -il 'V.'in p.m. V.'edn-.
.! -lo fin-
I.ill'do ,111(1
Sle.inioi'seiill nl prinoiiiiil l.iiiilinw '!1 1,f,f''
ilii-cotions, nnd ;tl oilier poinl-- w lien   .-*iK";lil('(l.
TkiUets sold Lo.ill point.-, in 1'iui.u'..*. .ind lite
United Slnic
'l'o  nsoerlniti
add res**:
S li
ru I os
.ind   iul!    information,
Mitniiger. Ivailo, 35. ('.
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[Iiiiiinr^ I.i I v < ( li A i rn win .id n in I Tlif.lii-'.ti'
Li'ii'lin^r i ciiiiim-ik Ii-j; ,liiiic I'i, j'Hii. \\ ill ^,iiI .i,
lolhiw.- (u.-.-ii lii-r pi i mill in j:):
l.o.-uc A.niiwl*c."d loi* 'I'liom-i uS JmIIkHp^
.md ('oin.ipli:: at 7k. daily. >
Li-nil' riiom-on -. ! aiidinir and ('oiiiapliv for
Arrnwlic:'.'! :i( Ir.lc. diiily, coimei I in^' with all
C. I', li. trains and Ijn.i!.-..
'J'lu- iiw :ii-;-.s ic-cr\ e llie ri-^liL lo eiianye times
or siiliiiH-s.wiiliont notu-c.
Managing nircctor.
A. G. P. A
P.-iiiipbb-Ls fui-ni.shi'tlfrce
Canadian PaoiSo Kavlgailon Oo. L'd
SLeair.ei-<! fuv W'r.in^"!.
mi en u and Shi
l'-tivc* Vleid'-hi
arcry WcdJs^dfiy ct 5 p. i::.
and Viiiiefiiivi'i'
Every Thurcciay at Z )\ it..
Steamer*- for Norllicni I'nli-di ('olimib1 > poi-(-.
leave ViVioi-iii and Vancotncr <veeUy.
ltntts, etc.. on application Lo
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