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Array :ptt:b:il,xs:h-:ejd TTjriEiBJDJLir .A.isr m ^ttxm������T5r~  Vol. 7.���������No. 48  KEVELSTOKE. B. C, JULY 20, J900:  $2.001 a Year.  amination of  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS  TAYLOR & GEO  (Late Jas. Gill &'Co.  ',. Wc have-sold 'out our stock  of dry goods but would remind  you that we still carry the  Finest Stock of Men's Clothing and  Furnishings, Boots & Shoes and   ,  House Furnishings  in . North   West . Kootenay.'  ''   AV'e have,special bargains in  all lines of' Ladies' and Gentle-'  men's   Boots and Shoes, mak-    |  iiiQ- a ��������� ', ���������. ���������   -  -Twenty Per Cent Discount  in order to cut down our stock.  After  half ii  .-in  century  experience of   more  than  iis a  practical "mining  engineer, Mr.   H. ,E.  Shelton,   E. .M.,  gives llie foi  mines, in  ��������� Ir  r~  TAYLOR & GEOR  McKenzie Avenue.  Revelstoke  m  c  <x  00  m  JXBsazssaa  BOOTS-AND   SHOES  Belts!  Belts!  Belts!  ' Ladies' Belts,  ��������� AT-  Giiv Barber,  THE JEWELLER'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  Dmying   and   delivering  a  specialty.  Teams always   ready  at  shortest  notice.       Contracts   for jobbing  ��������� taken.    Agent  for   J3. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  The. Fred .Hobinson   '  , Lumber Co. Limited.  On and after I his date our  prices foi  cut firewood will-he sis follows :  $1  per cord at Mill .  1 $2       " .    delivered.  Prices Cut for Cash.  miHAl^-.WJH^  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  Wagons,  Delivery. Rigs,  ���������"  .Buggies,  Etc.*,  I AT  He'll do it for you.  WHO  JAS. MCMAHON'S  Blacksmith ing and' Woodwork  done on short notice.  ��������� Carriages    Built   to    Order.  Jmi-s-L sli eel nc.fr Mubons JJ.iuk.  Board by  Meals  ihe week $4.50  25c  Home made dead, Cakes and Pies  for sal". Open day and night. Xo  Chinese cmphiyed.  A.   OOWBT.  Proprietor.  For sewino* machine supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J. W. BENNETT,  representing* The Singer Mft������\  ���������(ju., MacKeii/fio Ave.  -, ������  Edison Standard  . . . Phonograph  wilh all tlie Litest improvements will  Luke and, r jirivltice records, cuinplete  including, Ueoordcr. Keproriiicer. Hr;u*.s  iroi-ti. Sapphire Sli.ivinc Kiiifi*. K.\r  Tube*.. Camel-. Kair Brush. Oil tv.n. .U-o  One-hulf do-ici: I!c"JonU .md Books or*  Insli'tK-lion.  PRICE   S25.00  ...CHAS J. AMAN...  for examina-  i ion of    mines, in   the   San  Francisco  Mining and Engineering Review :  ' Fully understand and  write in your  repoi r,        0  1. The Historv of the- Mine.���������Tra-  ditiuns and title, perfect or not. All  existing data of'the mine, as pamphlets,,  maps, ores, assays,' 'records of work  done, etc., should be " collected and  carefullv studied.    The mining laws of  *" i  the district should he fully understood  so 1h.it a perfect'iille may,  be given,to  llie [luichasers.    ,lu the Uuited States  the. usual transfer of   n United States  patent 'or Recorder's title are sufficient.,  ���������2 'Ceiigraphicid position.���������Accurate  niitps should he prepared  of   the country and    mining   district,   giving  the  roads   and   distances   to   the nearest  railway,'steamers, stages,'or other lines  of   communication  'or transportation.  Statistics may   he made out of freight,  fares, t.iaius. tables, etc.   .  ,   3., Climate, water, fuel, .timber, etc.  ���������Careful observations should be made  as to'climate, acres "of   fuel cor timber,  number'of inches   of  water for milling  purposes, salt,   sulphur, lime, building  mateiials,   ngticultur.il' resources   find  supplies.      Extravagant- terms<should  be   avoided    and   precise,  nnd concise  statistics   alone   taken   and  offered to  the interested parties. ���������" " ,",  , i       o    l i '  ������1. Uc.ological structure of country  rock.���������'J'he. capitalist usually cares  'little whether the, mine is in diotite,  vunitzite./silurian limestones, or is a  contact vein as long as pay ore is  found in sufficient quantities to declare  dividends., Do not, therefore, indulge  in theories as to the formation of lodes,  etc., but allude only to plain, practical/'f.icts :' in a clear, concise manner.  Sketches nnd photographs will be very  appropriate, usually conveying quicker  and clearer impressions of .tjie subject,  under examination ' than any amount  of words. ���������' .  5. Si/.e  and  structure  of  vein   with  i > ',  map of all work done itvplace, elevation  and section, giving course, dip, width  of vein, character of walls faults,  breaks, hoises, slides, cross courses,  etc' ��������� ',  .Correct and complete maps (in place,  section and elevation) should be made  giving the course, dip. widlh of vein,  character of walls, fault?, .horses,  slides, breaks, cross courses, ore senilis,  etc., and barren rock, water, all woik  done, etc. These will constitute a  principal ' part ot the examination.1  They should be accompanied by  sketches or photos, and will show the  "prohnbilitieo" as to the (direction nnd  force of the vein which may be rationally indulged in. Apian for working  the mine to best advantage (both immediate and future)'nSay close this  section.  (). Oharncloi nnd quality of lhe ores,  (ats-ays and analyse?.) and ga|igno.--  ('.-ireful samples ol ores nt. any mill or  reduction works, and of tailing*-, slags,  etc., should be made. ��������� They shouid be  aveiag'sample.-*-. These should be. ns-  Niyi'd and values per ton estimated as  welj .is tho fivv cenl re;iched in the  working. JOxlicine caulion should be  excicisi'd in order th.it no "jilting"  ci ii be pcrjiel rated. Tlie mine must  be \isilrd and sampled in all its works  nnd nopping*..' A m.-ip shoujd lie  (nken along lo mark the localities .of  the samples and they should be carefully numbered and recorded as well  as the results, which should not be  known to outsiders. Each sample  should lie sacked and sealed under eye  of expert. S.imiili-".*-, >houkl Ik: taken  j at random to avoid any possible ml-  { h'^ioii.  V. Quantity of ( probable supply of)  pa j- ore ( deduced from woik done and  probabilities).���������The ore in sight will  serve as one of lhe most important  guides towards determining this fad.  Another is the "'probability*' of a can-  lindane-"1 of the tire. This is the nn-  poitantpait of the tvpoit and for  which il is made.  y. ChjL ol mining l-.uiling .ujJ  ing. (Wages, materials, freight etc )--  This depends on lhe prieo of lalor,  supplies, fuel ,-ind limber, freight*-- on  machinery nn'd supplies, taxes, etc.  ii. Method of reduction ( whether by  amalgamation, lixiviation or smelling)  ���������The report should embody at this  point a clear statement of the most efli-  cient method of working the mine and  of reducing the ore. It may sometimes  be found to be more profitable* to concentrate nnd ship the product.  . 10. Avoid having your , samples  salted. ,  11. Requisites for a superintendent.  ���������A superintendent should understand  assaying, surveying, chemist ry. m;i-  chinery and book keeping, so, 'that In  no branch of'the business-can he be  deceived. A knowledge of law is some  times very.essentia1.    ���������  The Situation in" China.  '    The Presidential Candidates.  " There ;ue now nine, presidential  ticket's,in the field on the other side of  the-line, viz. : \ ' "  ." 1.    On January   l27th" the Socialist  labor  party ,at   Rochester   nominated'  Job Hiirriin.-in Of   California, for'president, and   Max S., Hayes, of  Ohio, for  vice-president. -   '  'J. On iVXUrch Gtli the. Social Democrats 'put up nt Indianapolis -.Eugene  Vi,, Debs, of Indiana, for'president,  and Job Haniman for vice-president.  It is said that these two parties have  since'united.      f  3. On May, 23rd at New York the  De Leon Socialists nominated Juseph  F. Maloney, of M.issachusselts, for  president, and Valentine Ketuinill, of  Pennsylvania, for'vice-president. .���������  , *4. On May 1st, at Itock Island,  111.-,-the' United Christian party nominated the Rev. S. ^C. Swallow, df  'Pennsylvania, for president, and-"John,  0. Wonley, of Illinois, for \ ice-president.     - , '*r  5. On June' 28th, at Chicago, the,  Prohibition party nominated John G  Wooley, of, Illinois, for president, and  Henry JX>. Metcalfe, of Rhode Island,  for vice-president.' It*is possible that  these two parties may unite on tht  same ticket.  G, On May 9tli, tlie Middle of the  Road Populists ,ruet in convention akc  Cincinnati, and proceeded to nominate  Wharton Barker, of Pennsylvania, for  president, and Ignatius ' Donnelly, of  Minnesota, fur vice-president, thereby  ratifying the action of an earlier con  vention held in Cincinnati on Sept. 5th  1S98. ,  London", July IS).-���������While evidence  accumulates dnily'that China has long  heen piepaiing a formidable military  organization in anlicipation, of the  present conllict, and that the men ui  rebellion     is    c-ontinunllv   extending,  that harmony   among   tiie allies which.  ,j      j *? . i  is necessaiy to meet such a grave situation is still   deplorably lacking.    The;'  Russians   have icfused    admiral   Spv-  iiioui's    request   to   hand   over the restored   Taku-Tien-Tsiu   railway  to the  English   company, and1 it   is������runioied '  llint Get ninny purposes taking a   set i-  oiis independent step) namely to patio!  the   Yan'g   Tse   Iviahg   with German  men of w ar. "'���������<���������, ,  Such    a   step   would   be. greatly ic-  sented in England.     Stdl more alarm-' ,  ing news   has   been   conveyed   to jdie  Daily Express'from Tokio lothe effect,  that lhe apparent   reluctance of   Germany and Russia to  consent to a Japanese  commander   for the/ army corps  has  led   tlie   Japanese   government to  delay   the   forwarding of  the division  ;dready'inobilized.  6 , ������  Eoodo.v, July IS.��������� A dispatch from,'  Canton,   received   here    to-day,   gives  some  additional   facts   relative to the  memorial lo the throne which Li Hung -  Chang told   the  foreign  consuls he, as  , ! . l .I**'1 Z-  doyen of  the1 vicerovs, had induced all  , ���������   " .    '       ii  the, other v iecroys except two, to0frame,  as   reported-do -tho   D-i>i]y-Telograph;SL���������  dispa'ch.of July ICth. ,   The manorial    '  insist eel    upon   the    necessity of   five  points as follows : ���������   '        '  Fiist���������Protection   of   foreigners   in  7. The same day tho Fusion Populist convention met- nt Sioux Falk It  nominated William, Jennings Hi-yan,  of Nebraska,* for president!* and Chas.  A. Towns, of Minnesota, for.vice-president.  ���������  S. On June 19th; .-it Philadelphia,  the Republican party nominated Wil  Ham McKinley, of Ohio, for'president,  nnd Theodore Roosevelt, of New York-  for vice-president.  !). On July oth and full, the l'ein-  ocf.-itic: convention nt Kansas City  nomimiled William Jennings Urynn,  of Nebraskii, fur pro.iident, and Adl.-ii  Stevenson; of Illinois, for vice president. Mr. Ilrvan also has the nomination of the silver Republicans.  Morrison-Livingston.  Toi.onto, July IS. -Aul.iy JMorii^oo  AI. I*. of New \Vcst minster, li. U., and  Miss l-Ilizahcl h, eldcsi dnugliler of' Mr.  Jameti Liviug.itou, M. P. for Soulh  Waterloo, look place .today nt the  residence ol the bride's parents, Jjaden.  The wedding vvas a quiel one, there  being present only the iunnediate  relatives of the contracting panics.  The happy young  couple  arc  now  on  the way to Ilieir  fiiluie   home   in   (be | lhe  Slanh-y   |)aik.  Car west,, which   b   lo   be   New   Wc.?l  niinstei-.  the omjiire, whether, war bie;iks out  or not,'in order to, pieserve China's  prestige as a civilized stale.       ,j  -      .'  Second���������The rescue of foreign ministers   still    living,    as      negotiations,  ������ ii     ,'  would then be possible and the govern*'  incuts ot\ those saved might use their  influence in favor of China.  'Third���������A letter ui apology to tiie  German emperor for the murder of the.  Baron vou Kettle:- as well as a proposal fo: (he mediation ot. the other  powers, and a written assurance, .of  China's good intention to be given to  the United Slates and France.  Fourth���������Full compensation for all  lives and property of foreigners.       <   ���������   ,  Fifth-Oitlers    to    be - given ' to the  military and   civil   authorities  of Chi ^  Li to  punish   robbers   and  marauding  I roups, ..  ; i    ,lii Hung Chang added, iu his inler  i view witli the   foreign consuls, that in  j the event of   lhe legations being .saved  i the United   Slates, (.Jreat   P.ritain and  France had promised   to   recognize his  good    will   as   far , as   possible, and he  ex peeled    a   simi'.ir   al-liludu   l������y  the  oilier [lowers.  Beaver lot* Stanley. Park.  mm  Session Comes to an End  Ottawa, July IS.���������The. longest  session on iccord except I hill of 168"),  the year of the Ncrl Invest ' rebellion,  came ton close today when Loid Minto  prorogued parliamenl. There was ji  slim attendance, nearly all .the mem  bersand senators having left for   their  l(OliJC).  Chairman.of the nark coiiiuiit-sioncrs,  JMr. It. (>. Tallow, wrnlu some lime ago  In Mr. G. W.Ij.irtlel I, "-uperintendeiit  of the Algonquin park, asking for a  couple of beaver, for the   collection   at  he request was  j ivI'eiTed I o I he (-iwi;ini*.--Mot:t-i of crown  land, who gave iuM ructions that I no  lic.ivei, a male and feiiinle, wen' if  possible to be capture.1 and forward-d.  The only expen-e lo which the park  romtnis-Moncrs will be put will be-Ihe  charge.** for Iransportal ion. This is  not a good lime lo capture beaver, but  (here is little doubt XMr. B.irtlett will  manage in fill I lie contract, and that  Ihe local collect ion will shortly he  lich'T by a cont i ibin ion ftom Algonquin [Mi k.---J.'iuv iiuv. *  ��������� THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Zbe Ikootena^ flfcatl  PUHL1SHKD SEMI-WEEKLY.  ���������      ' ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������hy���������  ,������. It. '(.'AMPHKLL.  I'CUl.ISUUK AND PlIOI'KIETOK.  Subscription   Price, ��������� $2.00   Per   Annum  KATKS ,quoL       on  ,npp!i-  ADVKIITI.S1XG  cut ion.        ,  JOB I'RINTIXO of every kind al mo������t reason  able rales* and shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job   printing  or advertising'  payable on tlie first of every month.  COltKKSPOXDKXCK on all matters of local  or public interest invited and carefully eon-  ' sidercd. All communications to thc Editor  must be accompanied by thc name of the  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  tis an evidence of good faith.  Address  Tiik Kootenay Mail,  Revelstoke, B.C.  FRIDAY JULY 20, 1UUU.  has,  iiowever,s not yet bee?/  Thc. jurors have examined the  Well Done Canada.    '  Hon. Sidney Fisher, Minister of Ag:  riculture, has retcived semi-otlicial notification that Canada has been awarded  the Grand Prize for its forestry, fish  and game iiiKljniner.il and agricultural  exhibits iit Paris. The - ollici.il ��������� announcement  ' made  exhibits of an educational character,  also cheese, trunks, leather, furniture  and stoves. The favorable comments  heard indicate thiit the highest prizes  vvill be given for these, but dt is not  sullici*eutly definite to say just what the  awards will be. The jurors are still at  work on the CanadiaiVexhibits.' Enormous crowds continue to attend the  Exposition and the building containing  the Canadian exhibits is thronged with  ���������is many visitors as it can hold all lhe  time.  by, utilizing an old orer ailway, temporary tracks were laid, and.the train got  through with only about three hours  lost time. The'' trackman who was  instrumental in saving the train chanced to be the same man who averted  disaster at the'carrying away of the  Cherry Creek bridge this spring, and  officials of the road; as well as passengers cannot say too much in his praise.  The passengers, it may be remarked,  took occasion, before the. train passed  on to the const, to substantially testify  their appreciation of his services. The  incident at the same time illustrates  admirably the efficiency of the patrol  system which the C. P.R. has adopted,  and w'nich makes it���������despite the  mountainous character of the country  traversed���������one of the safest lines of  travel in the known world.  Troojjb to Cross Canada.'" M*   ���������  ; It is.uiidur.stood'tlial tho C. ��������� I'. K.  has ii:!hunted to the admiralty author-'  i'lies iii, Loudon l bat it is prepared to  transport n.000 troops daily from Que  bee to Vwn'couver if emergency, should  arise requiring their presence in China.  The accommodation provided, the men  wiil be of'the, bent description and they  will be hurried across the continent in  imperial limited lime. The .imperial  alifchorities,intend to make hXlsquimnlta  temporary base of supplies for any  .troops that may be sent across, and it  is likely therefore that Victoria will be  the point of embarkation for troops.  Neither Christian or British.  i  Matrimonial Excursions.   ,.  The '��������� Times-IIcrald "imust. be credited witli the following .story, which  appeared iu a recent issue of ihat  pa pel :  A "matrimonial excursion" reached  New York on Thursday, personally  conducted by W. S. Withain, who c< n-  trols 3'{ ban Us and cotton mills in  Georgia, and who thinks that his  cashiers ought to he married. Inorder  lo realize this- he organizes "matrimonial excursions" which are attended  en masse by his unmarried cashh rs  and niii i riageable ladies. The "unmarried, cashiers on this trip have eight  young ladies to 'choose from, and Mr.  Wit ham hopes that his mass bridal  tour may have good .results.  There'is a clergyman a long... At a  moment's notice a marriage can.be  performed, and another bride and  bridegroom added to the present list.'  Mr. William is ready with a blessing  and a cheek for $500. Whenever-one  of his cashiers mairies, he always presents hi in with #o00.<  There are 101 .in the party. Not all,  of these, of course,,- aie brides 'and'  grooms. There are tin ee bridal parties iu lhe' excursion, and another of  the c.-isbiers"will marry as soon as they  reach' Atlanta. .Oiuik wedding took'  place just before they left Atlanta.  Regarding 'matrimony, Mr. Withnm  sa id :  '��������� A inanied man is more reliable in  ;i position of,, trust than a single innn.  A man who has a wife and a baby is  not so likely to run away as a single  man."      . /  Next  Monday  the. excursion will re-  * i  turn to Atlanta, and Mr.'Witham can  learn how profitable iu matrimony the  jaunt has been.  More Deadly Foe Than Man.  " As bearing on the "charge that the  hospital accommodation with the British army iu South Africa was entirely  inadequate the statement of Dr. C'onan  An Exclnniatory Name.  "O. Mye." called the justice in the  Harrison street police court today, and  a silence fell over the room, while the  crowd looked around ,to see why the  justice had uttered the, sudden exclamation. ,  "O. Mye! O. Mye!1' again called the  magistrate, more loudly, and Bailiff  Burnet hurried to the bar ami asked  the justice what was offending liis dignity. .   - ,  "Call O. Mye, ,Mr. Bailiff," ordered-  the court, and ,Burnett repeated .the  words in tones that could lie heard on  the street. The officer glared about for  flic person,who he thought was guilty  of coutempt of court, and when������a meek  appearing man left his seat and walked toward the liar Burnett seized himy  and declared him under arrest.  "Is this the man who is guilty," your  honor?" asked the bailiff.  "AYhat is your naiiieV'', asked the  court, without heeding Burnett's question. '  ' 0 -,'  "O. Mye," answered, the prisoner, and  the bailiff took a tighter hold on his col-,  lar. ...  "O. Mye7" queried the court.   .  "Yes, your honor,'' froin, the prisoner.  ��������� Then it dawned on the bailiff that he  had made a mistake. O. Mye, ivlw said  his first name vvns Oliver, hnd been arrested for bogging on the street. When  tlie policeman who arrested liim fold  him that he hnd abused several persons  who had refused liim alms, his name  was uttered by several iu the court,  The prisoner likewise said "Oh, my!"  ���������tthen.he got a fiuo  of($o0.���������Chicago  ��������� News.' ,  light in every room.   Free bus meets all  trains. . ,.'  ,  reasonable: rates.  Xiglit Grill Room in connection for the  convenience of,guests arriving and departing by niglit trains. Hourly street  -car between hotel and station.  JOHN V. PERKS PROPRIETOR,  REVELSTOKE, B. C  THE CENTRAL HOTEL  Tbi<  is  bow   tbe  Sandon R-iystrenk j  discusses or rather a'ssails lhe certainly  " far-fetched   adverse  criliciotn   of   one  Senator Vidal oii   Mongol immigration !  restriction:      "Hon.   Alex.   Vidal,   ;l } Coyk that there were at one  time  len  ���������.silellih! Horn Satnia, who'holds down \ thousand cases of enteric fever  m  the  it in the Senate Chamber, went on ' ,,,l.������lks '=* ^.Particular merest..    In one  month six   hundred  men  are   said  io  which bears  thatuin  a sen  le'cord the. other  dav as being opposed i  to   restricting   Chinese,   immigration, i liare dil'd ������f the   d"������-wi������V  'it  was  neither Christiaii nor ! "J- LhfJ oftrepented statement  '���������If  Senator  Vidal and other : wnr m:ul (,fti;n has Lo counter a  foe  'more deadly   than,'   his   brother   man.  ! Dr.   Doyle,   under   the   circumstances  credits lhe war office and 'the   medical  because  IJiiti.-h.  venerable idiots   iu  tlie. Ottawa Senate  were  half' as'Christian  or  Biiti>h as  How McCnllonKh I.out a. Bet.  William II. Crane, the actor,- once  told this story on his old friend McCul-  lough.- -lie said that one night in San  L'ranciscb, he was awakened from a  sound sleep by McCullough pounding,  on the door of his room and in,response  to his'sleepy inquiry,as to what was  wanted responded: "Let me in, Billy!  I jvaut you to decide a bet'."  ' Oncc-iu, McCullough,told Crime-that  he and tho man who accompanied liini  had bet a ������'20 goldpiece as to who could  stand tlio longer on one foot hnd that  Crane must referee the cbufest. The  preliminaries being arranged and the  ' stakes deposited, time was called, nnd  eachicontestant,' lifting a foot from' tho  floor, stood like a crane, while the real  Crane lay. back in a recumbent posi-  tion'wifh a drowsy 'eye-on"the,contestants. The seconds dragged into minutes, which again threatened to extend  into tho hour without either disputant  giving up.  Suspecting something- was wrong,  Crane waked himself up and examined  his men more closely. The other man  was wavering a bit, but McCullough  was.standing like a rock. Another five  minutes went by, and,then Crane, hopping out of bod, discovered that McCullough had1 ono foot resting against ah,  adjacent sofa and could havo stood  there for a week, if necessary. The  other man won .the hot, but the joke  was oUjthe referee.     ������  thev   would   have  the   world   believe, ,  L*,.lt; t|)e I'staff. with doing all that was' possible,  ind vve think tho public will be inclined  tiiey would probably savy  principal objection to Chinese is that  that they are not and never will be  ���������Christian or, British." Senator Vidal  is ii fossilized fool, and he .-hould be  shot over Ibe dm up "'" oblivion into lhe  higb-presstiie bell that is prepnied for  religion-* litik-s who choke on a Canadian mosquito but swallow a'lepro-.}--  l.iden Chinese ca rn v an."  The si vie of tin-1 above may be open  lo frith i-iu, bring certainly uuclassi-  cal, but a n average Brit ish Columbian  can not but sympathize wilh ihe writer's intenl under existing cii-riim-  st.anr (������������������>-. vvbi'ii   fhe  nidi nary  Western-  to coincide in this view, Jf,there ever  was an idea that the Souih African j  ; war w.-i-* going to be a tm'ie holiday!  .out ing that view ha.< d"i n dispelled, j  In all its aspects war i- terrible work, j  and i* comforting to know flint it i** re- ;  regarded'in its true, light by statesmen  ' -   Never Admit Hcfciit.  Novc,r , admit,, defeat or -poverty,  though-you seem to bo down and have  Xnot a cent. Stoutly assort your divine  right to be ;i man,' to hold your head  up and "look the-world in tlio-face. Step  bravely to the front whatever opposes,  and the world will make way for you.  No one will, Insist upon your rights  while you yourself doubt that you possess the qualities requisite for success.  Never allow yourself lo> bo a traitor  to your,.own cause'by undermining  your self confidence.  There never was a time before wlieu  j persistent, original force was so much  in demand ns how. The uamby .patn-  by,'1 nerveless iuau������ has little show in  the hustling world of today.. In the  twentieth century a mau must either  push or he pushed.  Kver.v otic iiduiit'os the null) Who can  asuert hia  rights and  has  tlio power  tu all milions laying  claim' to i-ivilizu-I  to demand and'take thciu if denied lo  lion.- -Vieloi i.i Times.    ��������� ���������  Borden Killed in Action.  OtiaWA, July   17.- ��������� Laurier   in   the  louse, tonight made a   touching   refer*  ' ence to the death of lieutenant Borden,  him. No one c-an respect the innii who  slinks in the vv.w nnd npologlKcs I'at'  i being in tho world. Negative virtues  ! nre of no use In winning one's way.  ' It Is the positive 111.111. lhe man wilh  j original energy and push, that forges  to the front,���������Success.  er'. very living is threatened bv or- j ^M (jf lhc ���������lini.styr rif ,���������������������������;,.;,., w|10 WIIS  gam-zed import* of sweated Oriental; kj..pf- in ,lctioil ne.ir pr-.toriayestcrdav.  l*,boi-.--Ni'W������-Advei-t.scr. , y ,j���������rrifin   w,w 03   vcurs   ,,������   u^  Accident Narrowly Averted.  A washout occurred on the (J. 1'. I'.  111;.in line between Cherry Creek and  Kamloops early Tuesday morning, de-  laving the west bound express for  about, three hou-s. Speaking of the  dcl.-iv the \ ictoria Colonist says:   -  "11 so happens that. I be .-ceiio of the  wiecked frnik i-> a( ,1 point vvh'-rc a  .vhaip out ie ('il'i-,, and bad it. nut been  for the prompt .-ind inlel'igent nUion  of I he signal-man ingoing ahead and  flagging lhe train just in the nick of  time, it would have been impossible.���������  according to tiie driver���������to havo averted the plunging of the train down  into i\m waters of the lake. As it was  she was biought up juit in   tinift,   mid  nnd was'major and in command of  the  King's Hussars before going to  South j  Africa.    The..news of young Cordon's !  death was cabled by   lord    Roberts   to j  the govoi nor-genern! and was corn muni ,  cated to the miliria department.    The -  deputv-minister of militia   and  colonel ;  Mr-Dotiiild. director of -stores, waited on !  the premier .-ind got him to break   the  sad urws lo Ih".   Horden.     Tho   father  was greatly    broken   up,   but   ijuickly !  pulled himself together nud  went   audi  told   Mrs.    J'orden.     Young    Borden  was six feet, three inches in height,   of  excellent   phy.tique    and    a    splendid  horseman.     He weighed   180   pounds.  He was studying medicine   at   McOill  before going to  South   Africa.     Dav in  also referred in frfdiug leruis to young  Jioj'ijhu's iJe.^tb,  Vnulliful  Dliilomrtcy.  Mother /with conviction) ��������� Johnny,  you took those preserves from tlio psu*  -try. ( ,  Johnny (shrewdly)���������Why, inn, you  never saw me do anylliing of fhe kind.  Moihcr���������I'crh.'ips I didn't see you, but  you did it, and f want you to tell nip  the truili. (After a long pause) Come!  Why don't you answer'.'  Johnny���������M.i, -children .sliould he  seen .ind not heard."���������Catholic Standard and Times.  ABRAHAMSON BROS.  'S.  Newly built. First.-clas.������  ' in" every respect. ��������� All  ', modern conveniences.  jji'uge sample rooms. Fireproof side. \Fvm 'bus  meets all ttains.,  Under same management:  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  ' * 1 '  .'.���������''' Newly Built.  $1   PER  DAY���������^���������fift. ;    ,       Lighted, by Electricity  ^ ��������� u     ��������� "    .' Throughout.,  '  , $-*-#  THE GITY HOTEL  ***��������� ���������  Best Brands of,  '   Wines, Liquors and  Cigars.  ���������000  ENTAL HOTEL  J., A. Stone.'Proprietor. .'..���������..,.' -,, ' X  Rales, $1 per day.  :. . ,    '   . .  Electric lighted, furnace heated  ' ' Newly built and furnished. .'. .  Finest  and   best  supplied  bar  in the city  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C.  ni  c  j  Furniture and Undertaking,  Repairing & Upholstering Done  Warehouse in connection for st'orage of family and other furtiilur������\  trunks, etc., at. monthly or other rates. Agents for Raymond Sewing Machine.  BE'VEXL3a?OK:E STATIOK,B.O  McLennan, leFeely & Company, Limited,  Plate   and -SheeC   Cla^s  Wood    Ma lit els,   Grale  and  Tiling.       MAJESTIC   STEEL  RANGES   for   Hotel   and   Family   use  y    liners'and; Mill .Supplies.  Vancouver, - - British Columbia,  Branches at Dawson City, Atlin and Bennett.  THE B. C. ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).  (Late Mat-Farlatie ������fc Go.)  VANCOUVER,    B.C.  We arc iMantifacf ureisund' direct Importers, and currv 11 I.-ir^e stock of  Ualanees, Kurnaces, Fire Clay floods, Seiontiflc and Practiciii JJooks, Ghissware,  Platinum pronds, Acids,Cheinic.-iIsand all ot lierAssayei'sjind Miner'^ ic(|iiii'emeiits  Sole Agents lor Motrin Crucible Companf, Batterse.-i, Becker Sons' Balances, etc.  Catidnpriie and full piiW.ienlars w������nt. on application.  Incorporated by act of Paili.itmUit ISio.  HHAD OFFICE .  MONTREAL  Moi.son jMaci'iiicusox, Pros.       S. II. Ewi.vo, Vice-Pies.  Jamus Elliot, General Manager  PAID  UP CAPITAL - - "   $2,170,000  RKSRRVE - , - '   - - 1,850,000,  Kcncrul banking business tranniictc.1.   Interest allowcdiSn deposits at. ciirrcnt-ratCR.  J. D. MOLSON, Manager,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Mnpp,v .Inpnn,  The  ib'liri'jiieiij'l"?   of  Mnry  Ann  or j  her etpilMih'iit ni''.1 n   laliooed subject  nmotiK   .InimiK'se   Indies.     To   discuss  Bervniits would be considered hy I hem  n decided want of j^ood breeditiK.  They  niny  talk of dress,  lhe  l hen lei-;  inu-.ir  nnd  n   vnrlefy   of   Interest im,'   ihi:i:-s  hut   their  domestic   tribulations   mir-i  ijpypr b'-i refpiTp.1 to.--'lii|iiiiiuii' N' .'  Now and Then,  There conies a lime now nud then when every Kenlleman feels the. need of an  exceptionally stylish and .well-put-to^ether suit of clothes. The occasion  niiiy be a weddinu. a reception, a journey or some other important  function. That is the time fo avoid a chance fit. That is the time  above all others, to give the. order to me.  WILSON, The Tailor.  1:  MB  WiAttfoXisJ&r&i TEXE'KOOTENAYiMAIXL  Clot lo He nn Old Story.  Over '20 years ago an American civil  engineer, aviio" visited Cabecera. ��������� iu  Venezuela, was asked by a deputation  of tlie inhabitants! who-Jiad beard of  lii������ skill ns a' surveyor, whether he  tboiiglit a canal could be~made from  their village to Provccue, which would  save a very long river journey, lie  visited the district and found that by  "1;ilcin.u: advantage of two small streams  :i canal of about a leagu'ecwould be all  that was necessary. '  The committee were delighted with  tli is report, and they begged the sur-  , veyor to write an otiicial letter to fhe.  governnient on their behalf, askinc  that they might bo permitted to begin  the work nt once.  Ten' years afler this the surveyor  was again at'the village of Cab^cers,  aud the first question asked him was:  '"JUo you not think a'canal,could he  made from here to .ProvecneV  On his iiil'oriiiing tlioni that he had  been asked the'same question tenyear.s  before and had taken some time anil  n  ���������trouble about tho'ma tier, the chairman  replied Hint on account of politics, the  death of his father,,, etc., (he govern- '  ment letter had probably been overlooked. Search was made, the letter  ���������was found and once more all was excitement'. Nothing was talked about  but���������tlie canal. ' ������������������������.*',  Woino years later yet the surveyor  was again at Cabeeera. Immediately  on his arrival a deputation waited upon  him. ��������� "Do you think a canal"��������� -The  speaker, never got any further wilh  +''���������������* nuostion.���������Youth's Companion.  ' i f  A' Difference.  "Did you go to the girls' college benefit supper, major?" - ' ��������� <  "Yes, little girl."  "They say it was a circus, major?",  > "No, it wasn't, little girl. ' If it had  only bceii a circiis, I could have bought  a. bag of rancid peanuts for a nickel,  instead of paying HO cents for a burned  ball of popcorn."���������Chicago News.  Poet's  Query  AnHwered.  -,"I wonder will they miss me?" wrote  , the  poet  iu  violet   ink  on  gilt  edged  paper. ������������������   u   <  And .the   editor,   ns die "tossed   the  manuscript into the yawning gulf at,  his side", murmured softly, "If they do.  they'never ought to be trusted with R  gun again.''���������Londou Telegraph.  Attached to the linker?-.  A plausible tale of a man who bought'  a loaf of bread and took away more  propeny than ho paid for is told by the  Pawiuckot, correspondent of the Providence Telegiiim. The man was in a  lnirii.Vjto catch a car.  His impatience made, the clerk nervous. She' forgot to snap the string  wliich bound the paper about the loaf,  and away sped the man with the loaf,  while the striug reeled off behind him.  lie caught tlie car all right, and, although the conductor and some of the:  passengers noticed ns he sat down  close to the door that the-twine paid  itself out as the, car rolled along, the  man did not discover the tangle until  he alighted. ,In the meantime the conductor.was having a good time., Aat  passengers stepped on the platform he  cautioned 'them not to walk on that  string, and they did not.  ��������� It might have looked mysterious to  the people who saw thc string moving  along the street, for the unraveling  continued until the buke'ry twine bobbin .had been nearly emptied by tht  connected lonf a mile mvny. The man  with the bread felt a tug.nt his loaf as  he stepped down from the car. Then  he followed up the cord, winding as he  went. ',  lie was one of those strictly holiest  men who want nothing, thtit does not  belong to'them, nnd the best part of  the story'Is that he followed the string  back, .winding ns he walked, nud hi  due time entered tho bakery and restored the ball of twltic.  (Ji'oittwi'l! Wit* ti,Uuttile������a Vltitof.  We miiKl remember always fhat under CiMinWoll there was no burnlngrat  lhe slake, no dreadful'torture In cold  blood, and therefore at his worst ho  rises In degree above Philip niiil0Alra.  But in kind his deeds hv Ireland wore  the same as theirs in tho Netherlands,  nnd, though the Puritan soldiers were  guiltless of the hideous licentiousness  i-iiowii liy ihe Spaniards or by the  nrtnles o( Tilly and YVallenstein, yet  the merciless butchery of the entire  garrisons aud of all the priests���������accompanied by the- slaughter of other  nuiicombalants in at least_soine cases-  leave Drogheda and Wexford as black  nud terrible stains on Cromwell's character.  Cromwell and his lieutenants put  down the insurrection and established  order because they gained such sweeping victories, not because Croin.ivell  made merciless use of his tirst victories. It \mis the fighting of the Purl-  tans in the buttle Itself which won  und not their ferocity aft������.-l- the baffle,  and il was Croiiiwell who not merely  gave free rein to this ferocity, but Inspired it. Seemingly quarter would have  been freely given had It not been for  his commands. Neither In tnornli nor  In policy were these k!m ugh torn Jiistl-  iUddy.    Mori'OYt-1'.i It  iiiUfd  l:������ remem  bered that fhe men slaughtered were  entirely guiltless of lhe original massacres in Ulster.���������Theodore Roosevelt  in Scribuer's.  ���������   Politeness AVnated.  A guileless rustic who wished to become attached to one of our railways  emerged froin tho examination room  nnd informed the expectant"relatives  that he bad failed to pass the sight  test.  "Why, you can't have:" exclaimed  the father, who was horrified at the  thought. "You're no more color blind  than I am." ������'  "Happen not. but they won't have  me.", answered the rustic bitterly. "It  all conies o' trying- to be polite an  obliging, ns you said I was to be, fey-  ther."   ; '     - '      '  "But I can't see how being polite  could make, any difference," quavered  the father.  ' "It did. though." said the rustic.  "The old chap held something up, nn:  says: This is green, isn't it,7 Come,  now. isn't it' green?' quite -pleading  like. and. .though I. could- see it won  red,'I couldn't lindit in'my 'art to, tell  liim he wor wrong, for fear he might  take offense. So I simply said, 'It is,  yer honor.' an tiiey bundled me out.  No  pay  more  politeness  for me.    It don't  ."���������London Answers. e ~  '     MarryliiK  For, Money.  - A decrepit old uegres's, wit'n n deformed b!icku and a! few 'discolored  fangs in the-place of teeth, called.one  day upon a gentleman who had been  her employer and announced, "Mistah,  Ise gwine ter git morried."  "Get married^auntie!" exclaimed the,  man:   "Why, I'm surprised!   Isn't the  change a little, sudden?"  ' "Yes, tol'ablo sudden, hut bettali late  than nebber:"  < "Oh.'well." answered I he'friend politely, "a lady is never too old to marry. I suppose���������if sho falls iu love!'''.  "But I'ze not fallen iu lub!"   ,  "Going to marry for money?" sarcastically.  "Yes;, snh, dat ntn de solemn troof.  It's money. Ise 'gaged ter Billy'  Jones." ���������    , *'      ������  "Why, Billy's only 23,-'and-,you must  lie 45!"      " ' .    ,  ���������  "Yes, snh, dat's so. but I'ze now pay-  In Billy fifty.dollahs a yeah for rent,  an I'ze gwine ter marry him ter save  dat erniduut."  One Wnrninir Snlilolcnt.  ."Now, * madam." said tbe crotchety  judge who had' been annoyed by the  digressions of previous female witnesses, "we want uo hearsay evidence:  Tell only what you kuo,w." Your name,  please.'! "  "Mary Jones," replied the witness.  "Your age?" ' ��������� ���������  "Well���������er���������I only havo hearsay evidence on that point, so I won't answer."���������Philadelphia Press.  A-."ciiratorium" for eye troubles exists in St. Petersburg, which sends  com missions through the country districts for the purpose of giving free  treatment and advice to those among  ��������� he peasantry who are suffering from  pff������"������loii*i of the even. .  Wmnclliie In the Choir.  "Why can't you be obliging?"  the facetious music rack.    "The  play when they're tolled.    Come, gi^e  us a tune!" .  "No," grumbled the orpin ti in deep  diapason: "I'll be blowod if I do!"���������  Philadelphia Press.  cried  bells  ���������     The Trie* of Ten Cents'  Worth.  Customer���������(live me 10 cents' worth  of'part'jrorle. please.  Drusrglst��������� Yes. sir.  Customer (absentmliiih'dly)' - How  much Ifi'lt?  Druggist���������A nun rt or.���������Host oh Christian Itogistot'.  Ah tertujr Cotmctetice, ��������� u  "You told ine," remonstrated the lawyer in an injured tone, "that you had  spent nearly every cent you embe/./.led  from the firm. That is why I charged  you only $200 for clearing you. Vet  you spend money now like n man with  a trtinkfiil of it."  "Certainly.", -responded    the    other.  "Did you think it \youh! hurt my con-'  science any  worse to cheat a  lawyer  than it did to steal, from the people I  was working for':'1  The HntiKry Hnlf Hour.  The hungry half hour that so often  comes before bedtime can bo appotiz-  Ingly catered to by fhe "choose crackers." Take any of t&o popular luncheon crackers on the market, and their  name is legion, aud spread with a little butter and sprinkle lightly with  grated Parmesan cheese. Place on a  dish in the oveu long cuotigh to brown  them slightly. They are good when  thus prepared if kept for several days.  ���������New York World.  Iiin Heart Sot ot TUnt Kind.  '"Mister," plcudeil he, "won't you  open your heart and give an old man a  chaw of tobacky?"  "No," snapped tho well dressed man;  "you must thiuk I have a tobacco  ljeart."~Cliicij.cro News.  -C-      ���������%���������     -������?     <.-     -t-      <r     ���������*���������      -tr     *r     -Cr     Ir     *7      *-     ������-     ���������**   ' -tr     ICr      t     <.-      -Cr     -G-     <y     ���������<.-     -I'     ������-     ���������������.������     -is -T;     -*.���������*-     -t     ,   .  ^������.������&v ..' '  ���������U-\.  tF O JB  (y  *&*������: ���������'  fhir  *5*l?.������  t*'f:^  ^*Jf*;^  *is  4**v. X  &ik*f*  Sift  4**4*  Hi  T       ������*-->-    -'j;    -|i    n-    iy-    **.   -f.    i>    *���������>���������< '>    -���������?     jy  ,-*���������  *       ��������������� -      *       ���������< -     -f -    -t-     -t-     -4 *     <r     ���������������?���������**-     *���������     Ttr     -C-    "tf     ���������*--  ~h  -is.  4^yL'  T   JR,  IT  :r  \opte^ay  /f -i  We  have always been noted for the  ^���������if������s-  ;>*T~  "^ ���������  If i.fi^r  -S-f V *  ���������xIt  ^Xt-.T-'r-  ,'^A'X  ���������;'.v\  ^ r  A'ST~  A-tf'.-X  :.-T *���������  '.TO;-  i /?������������������ ?  <$.*  ***  are  always  busy.  fine quality of our work-*-that's why we   4,4^  Cheap   aiid  inferior   ������|f  '    , ^.. ���������        ���������       ,..."��������� . ��������� ������������������'  <*$%  printing -costs the isame as . good printing,   t| t  : Our ' tST  ������i4>  therefore  why= not get the best,  prices are always reasonable.     If iri need  * L 'l   ll '  l !  L t ' 1 , l t r '        K  of fine printing, write or call on us at onqe,  2������W'  4*4*^  4J*  we are never too busy to attend to all orders;tl-**  ���������������*  3 ' *&a oa wi*-.  *<?**  &������  ������������������?"*������������  "Impepial  Limited"  DAILY TOURIST  CARS  To   ST.   PAUL,  Wednesday and Sunday  To TORONTO,  And  Every  Friday  To     MONTREAL     and  BOSTON,  passing Revelstoke a.'s follows :  Eastbound 4:45,  Westbound 21:34,  IMPERIAL  LIMITED."  Kootenay Railway.^  ,     ������������������       Navigation Company  1 a    Limited.  'OpoiutiiiK ICuslo & Slocini l{ail������-*iy.  International N'aviKiition ic Triulints  Coin puny.  Schedule of Time���������Pacific Standard Time  Ktrcctivo Fob. tst, 1000.   ' ,  'ft  Kaslo & Slocan Railway  -'  Piuscngror train fur Siindon and wiiy slntlons  leaves Kaslont8n.ni.; daily, teUirniiij?, lenvi'.s  Sandon at 1.15 p.m., arrlvinj; nt Knslo '.l.oo ii.ni.  Intcritational Navigation and Trading  Company s  Opera Hub on'Kootuimy Lukis mid Itiver.  S.S. I.VTr.IlNATJOSAI. lcnvos ICiiMii I'oi1 N'oImiii  iiL It a.m. (liiilvoxccpl. Siiiidny; rot liming, k-.-ivcs  Nelson nl Ol p.m.. cnlliiif,' nl Halloui1. I il"l  Jlsiv, Aiiisworlli, rm! nil wny point1*: nmiu'ct*;  wil'h S. I������'. & X. train In and fnim SpoUaiic. nl  Kivi'MiU' Point.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  1 Royal Mail linos.  Cheapest Route to,tho Old Country,  ALLAN LINE-From Montreal  Tunisian  -       -      -"    ���������      *      -      ���������      JniicoO  ] X-iiniilian ��������� .      .*     .      .     July V  . ('oriiiLiiiiin    ;  "II  ���������' J'arisian    - .  ���������   . "21  , Tiinidinn    ... .       Aug. 4  D0.MIX10X LIXK-From Montreal.  Vancouver -      - '   ���������      ���������      ���������      ���������'      ���������    Jly. 7  Dominion - .- ��������� '''  21  Cainbroinan* ��������� ���������       ,    ���������      "   i!S  UKAVER LINE-From Montreal.  Luke Clinmpliilii  Lake JIuKi'iiLic  ���������  Luke Superior  Lake Ontario  Liitjititiiiu  ll  Piimphli'ts furnished free  E. J. COYLE, T. W. B.RADSHAW,  A. G. P. A., Agent,  Van99**|vcr, B.0- f-JevftUiokyi  Lardo-Duncan Divlaion  AMKI!   ALIIKI.'TA.  ^('.���������niiif-r Allii'i-ln Irnvi1* IC.isIci l'<-i*  L.irdo nnd  ArK'.'iilii <il ri;.'!" p.m. NN'i.'diiesdiij'.  .Ste.inior.s tall at piiii-.-ip.il liiiiilin^ .in li"l >  dirretinns. and at othei1 points when signalled.  Tickets sold lo all points in Canada nnd the  United States. ���������    .  ,  To ascci-taiu  rates   and   full    information.  il,1,Iross: nonuuT iitvixo,  8 tf  Miinayor, Ka.slo, It. C.  Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. L'd  ALASKA   ROUTE.  Steamers for WrniwL .luncau and Sknif\vay  leave Victoria  Every Wednesday at 8 p. m.  and Vancouver  Kvery Thursday at 2 p. m.  Steamers for Xorthern  Hi-ltWi  C'ohiinliin ports  leave Vielori.iiuid Vancouver weekly.  Itaten, etc., on application to  C. S. HAXTfOn.  Ulmuul Ph-..lii;,i r **.ynt.  Viuloii.i, H.t'.  ���������      ���������      -      July!  .'...���������     ������������������   n  .... "   ih  ���������      ���������      ���������      ��������� "   25  . ���������      ���������      ���������      ���������  AUK. I  PasMMifrer*. ticketed1 through to nil li.ii-t.s of  Great, Jirilain and Ireland, and at sipeelally low  rates to all parts of the European continent.  Apply lo nenre-it. railway or MciimMiip iiKeni or  lo , i  T.  W. BRADSHAW,  Agent.  Revelstoke.  S. S. " Lardeau.'! ,  I ,'n lining 1 id w i'< ii A rm win ml anil Tlifiii-nii'-  l.imclin;.' i oinlm in 111j_r .lime Id. I!*'!', u ill -.iii .i-  l'^|||ll^^ s.(wi ni Iwr pci null in^):  l.i-;i\i' Arrowhead Im1 '1'liulif-L.ii"- 1.(Hiding  .iml Cnui.ii'li.N al "l������- d'lilv. k  l.e.-ive riMimsini's Liimliii1; mid <'iitn.ipli\ fi>r  Arrow hind nl ISk. diiily, coniieclin-,' with.ill  (.'. I', li. trains anil boats.  Tlie owner*-: reserve the right to change limes  of sailings- without notice.  TIIK KItKI) KOKINSOX LUMUKH CO. LTI.).  F. IlOlllXSOX,  Managing Director.  BAILER & ASH45BOPT, .  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,  MINING EKGINErK?,  Surveyors of Klines. Mincr;il C'lnitns and down  Lands.  vam;ui'vli;, ij. u. THE KOOTENAY MAIL  9  IP  9.  I  9  Jt-  9  Photographic  i '  Supplies  9  if-  9  $  9  If*  9.  I  IP  9  IP  .9  We  have  shipment of  Cameras,  just opened ,;i large  %  %  !  !  Kodaks,  *'  6'  :���������>)>  ft*  Chemicals, $  ��������� ip:  5  }-; plalife,-.films .-iiul everything re- ]p  9. quired for the 'amateur photo- 9,  ���������P   crriinhs.      (Jail   .-md    see     them, (f  graphs.     (Jail   .-md    si ^ ~  Everything  new  and up to date'^  at tlie ' ' 9.  CanadaDrug&fiookOo i  ' 9.  - ���������   '     " i"  Revelstoke Station. ."  Ip  " '9  ���������c������i'^k9i^r9iikPi''UrPi^rK^rKUr9i'^rK^fPi  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  Jus. Little is in town for a few  days.  A.  li.  town.  Foi test  spent   yesterday   in  ���������las. JBurnie came up from  Wigwam  on (Thursday.   '       .    '     ',  <   ,J. D. .Sibhald ret'irned fiom the const.  ������������������>        .  this morning.  * I lurry Moiris'c-nmedown from Standard XBasiu on Wednesday.  ' Fred- Frasei   came  up- from   Trout  . . ,  , Lake City hist evening.  ���������T. J'. 'Lendrum   ciinie   in, from   the  south last evening:  IVLe Dufault came in  from  woi king  on the Big Bend-trail'this week'.,'     ,   ��������� ,  Exeellant bargains in cloth, bath and  .Iiair hriii-JK-ti ;il the'Canada Drug A:  JJook Co. , o ���������  M rs. Liu-.haii.-uit.canie down yesLenlay  from Ciirnes Creek to join her husband  nt St. Leon.  Waller Scott, of Illecillewaet, was a  visitor to Revelstoke foi a few days'  this week.  A cricket  match   will   take, place to  morrow   aftei noon   ou  giounds. '  the  Furnished  rooms  to  let.  J. C.   Hutchison,   opposite**  Army barracks.  gun , club  Apply  to  Salvation  K. H. McDowell and il. G. Christie,  of Thomson's Landing, registered al  the Central Tuesday evening.    ,  Thos. Tiivlor. il. P. J'., (nine up from :  i  the soulli Tuesday   eveninir* and   will |  through lo A'ictori.i for the opening of j  the liou.se,  A, large lot of excellent sponges also  an assortment of sponge bags and cases  just opened at the ,Canada Drug <fc  Book Co.'s.  Eighteen cases of mineral specimens  belonging to the Biilish Columbia Ag-  ricultuial society's collection, and 12  similar cases from Victoria have been  loaned to the Winnipeg exhibition.  ' Jolm I). Boyd came in Wednesday  evening.. He reports thc snow ns  being very deep on the' mountains yet,  and says that lie made the trip fiom  Standard Basin to Keystone on snow  for the whole distance.  Mr. and Mrs. McLellan, brothoi-inlaw and sister of Mrs. W- A. Morris nnd  K. IL McLean, who are on their way  from Australia to Scotland, were in  town for a few days this week, resum-,  ing 'their journey Wednesday morning. ,        .   ���������.    ,M  Teachers in the Vancouver public  schools when they next 'assemble will  be reminded flint they must abstain  from taking .-my pait whatever in  politics. A motion to this effect was  passed afc a recent' meeting of the  board of school trustees.  A programme of the annual lawn  tennis tournament for championship,  ofBiitisli Columbia is to hand. Entries must"be sent into.nnd received by  the honorary, secretary on or hefore  Thursday, -July' 2(itli,' 'tournament to  commence, at Victoria on Mo:iday;July  30th. .        '.   ' ,,'-,'  The Queen's Birthday1 sports coin:  mitfee held a meeting -Wednesday  evening at-which the treasurer presented his report which showed, ji  shortage of funds, owing to the nonpayment of monies subscribed towards  the sports. .X, The meeting adjoin ned  for.a week, during which time an effort  1 will be made to make delinquent subscribers pav up.  , F. E. HXobhs,and two of his daughters  are paying Nelson a visit of 'pleasure  and business. . Mr.' Hobbs .was, formerly in charge of the Canadian Paci-'  fie machine shops at Donald, and now'  occupies a similar position 'at��������� Revelstoke. During his stay iii1 Nelson he  will supervise the laying out of the  roundhouse and machine shops that  the company are ' electing here. ���������Mr.  llohbs is genet ally reckoned one of lhe  best mechanics inc llie. employ of the  C. P. K.���������Nelson Tribune'.  ,   K. of P. Officers.  The ollicers for the current term of  Gold Kiinge Lodge, No. 20, K. of P.  wete installed .-it the regular meeting  of the lodge last Wednesday evening,  ns follows : = ,  C. C���������W. Mather?.  V. C.-J. Guy Barber.  Prelate.���������S. .McDonald.  M. A.-.L McCallum.  M. W.���������E. Burgess.  ,   K. of R. and S.���������.7  Ml F.��������� H. A. Brown.  M. E.- R. S. Wilson.  L CL���������.!. B. Scott'.,  0. G.--C.  Holten.     '  P. C.-Dr. Cro.ss..  Savage.  ' Presbylry meets in Kamloops today  when the cull t'l'iiui RevcI.-t.ok-; congregation to" Hev. (.'alder will be considered.  lU'v. Aiub:rson, of Abi-nleen. Scot-  laud, who preached in the Presbyter inn  Church lust Sunday, will occupy the  pulpit again next Sunday.  Very strong and fresh chloride of  lime excellent, for disenfecting purposes  .sold in fi 10 and 20 cent (ins at lhe  ('.nind.i Drug it Hook Co.'--.      ���������'        o  M  .\s Llie ihill In.-peclioii will lake place  sliiiri.lv. Captain Taylor wishe������, all the  iiieiubers of Nn. ."��������� ('ouijiany, IL M. I>.  to tin-: i mil to di ill on .Monday nigh I.  In onle,  I h.i!    llie   resident,   of   Iti'l -  eHioke in.-iy  have   Ihe  opportunity   of  making   lhe i-nu   down    to    Nliusw-i-  L.ike,   lhe   Canadian    P.u iii'-   Kiiliv.is  1 n-   l It"   iii*:*:'    I u r   moid h-  \\ ill in.ike  a rule of &'i IV> lievel.-tnke to   'iii aun'ii1*  and I'-tiiin.    Tickel.s lo  In-  on sale  on  ���������Saturdays and good foi  return till   the  following Monday.    There is very good  fishing on the lake and wilh the spU-ii-  rlid hotel facilities  now   to   be  had   al  Sicamous, the special lales   put  in   l>\  th.;   Canadian   Pacific   will   douhlless  h,i\e I In.- i lle(.t i I cieiitiug  (jiltti;  tl   bit  of travel,  f.f nrruixt ic   Oct ������l I f i i-m.  "I  crime across  a erilureiL man   whe  ppoke  with a German accent  the nth  er day,"said a prominent .sibckbroiier  "I dropped  into n   res'a u runt  not   far  from the city hall for lunch, and the  waiter  who  took   my order, although  unmistakably a colored man, spoke u*  though  he  had just  come  from  sonii  PeniLsylviiniii-Dtltelj sett li'iin'iit   up the  state.     The   thing   was so  pronoiuieeil  that I  spnlce fo the proprietor :tl)oi:i\ii  nnd   found   that   in.v   suspicious   were  correct,    The  niiin ��������� was a   full  blooded  negro, but, he had  been born a ml rats  ed in a Small  town near Heading jiik.'  had Always associated with the whites  who spoko I'en n *iyl van in Dutch. Qiwit.  isn't It?"     .  "OIi,   1  ilnn"(  know!" said oik- of the  party      ivluc-*:     Imimiics*,      i-i'-.-*.,-     h;,n  lliro'uirli   tlii"  W'vi,    '-.\  short  liuie ;iiro  [   f-iiiiii;   acro-s  u   ���������'lermaii   ubo   s|,,,Ue  Kifglish   with   a   decided   Irish   br/nrue.  He  was  an   ediir-.'iled young  fellow,  a  t graduate of a  lierman iniivi'i-siii'. and ,  lie  was  very anxious lo learn  Kn:,'li.-!i  Ile  dril'led   owl   In   Oiieago '.��������� i;11]   I'min  there to a lumber camp up in Wiseori   j  sin.     Here,   be   thought,   would   be  an '  excellent cliiiwo to l"am th" laucunir'1.  Put all   the   m^n   In  th������   '������������������ninp   v������v������ ���������  In'sIimou.    Of c^tirso. ihi young  Gr-r  man   didn't   know   thut,   and   lie   f<-!l  readily into their mode of speech.    At  the end of a year he returned lo Chicago,  very proud of having mastered  our  tongue, and  was greatly surprls  ed io discover flint ho had a brogim.  That was several years ago, huL he Ii.'im  never lost i't.    It clings fo him ns closely aa though bu ti** haeu 1.,o'.*p '" Oc'ja-  ly Auti'liu."-  "Quick r.miche8."  It is the Unliit of the modern time  saving young man, says Eliot Gregory  iu The Atlantic, upon entering a quick  lunch establishment to dash for the  bill of fare and give an order (if he is  adroit enough to catch oue'of the maids  on the fly) before removing either coat  or hat. At' least 15 seconds may bo  economized in tills way. Once sealed,  the lunchcr falls to on anything at  hnriil ��������� bread, cold slaw, crackers or  cilchilp. When the dish ordered arrives, he,,gets his fork into it as it-appears over his shoulder,and cleans the  plate before the sauce makes'.its appearance, so that is eaten by itself or  with bread.      ,   , ' ���������  Cups of coffee or tea go down in two  swallows. Lit lie piles of cake are cut;  in .'quarters and disappear in four  nioullifuls.'niuch after the fashion of  children, down (ho ogre's throat in tho  nicchank'.-tl toy, ��������� mastication' being cither a lest art or considered a foolish  waste of energy. .,    ���������    j  A really accomplished lunchcr cau  assimilate his last "quarter"., of cakes,  wiggle Iino his coat and pay his check  at'the desk" at tho same moment. The  next he is down the block'iu pursuit of'  a receding trolley.  Kootenay Lodg-e  No. 15A.F.&A.M.  *, The l'cgiiliU'iiicut ings  'are hold in tliu i\las-  onic Tciniilc. Hoiirno  =.11:111. on tho third  .M on day in oacli  month ul 8 p. m.  .Vi&iliiiK brethren  cordiiilly welcomed.  ��������� H. .1. I'I!ATT  Se'cjustakv.  REVSZ.Sa'OKS LODG3E, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  N*. T. KL> WAHIDS. N.G. r    J., A. HTONK, Skc.  SELK2RK IiOCGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  ~^-sr.sj*^^.^ jMcots (svery Tuesday  t!^%!������\'i~i%3zz~i^     oveninsr in Oddfellow--  Hull    at    S    o'clock.  Visiting brethren eor-  dialJy . invited  to, -aland.  ���������  ,W. MATinE, SiiC.  B. TlAXBUIty,-Ni"-G.  ATKINrf,  ,U. 11.    '  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I. O. F, No. 3161.  Aloe!/- in the Oddfellows.  I-Iiill on ��������� I lie second imd  fourth jMondnys of each  month. Visiting brethren   inviled  to attend.  ��������� C. AV. MlTUirHbb,  J{. s.  Gold Range Lodge,  K. of P., No. 26,  ���������Revelstoke, B.C.  JNIeet.s every Wcdncs-'  day in Odd Fellows'  Hull at S o'elocU.  Visiting 'Knights invited.  J. W.  CUOSS.'JI.D..  c. c.  "\\rTNS01t,  K. OF K. & S.  a:u-  HOLDIOH  AXALYT1CAT. CIUiJIIST  ASSAVISK.  AMI  Uoyul Schoril of i\Ihies, London.  Seven youi'siit. r\lorf:i, Works.-y wansca.  Seventeen yenvti Chief Chemist to Wigan  Coal unci Iron Co., Knjj.  bate Chemist and As-ayoivHull Mines, Ltd.  Every description oCc.ass,iy and analyliciil  work* u'lidcrtiikcii.  Clainis uxiiiiiined and rojiortcil upon.  RI^VKLSTOICI'J, 15. C.       ' '     1  Ii  AIIVI5Y & McfJAKTIiJU  ������AnKIHTI.'U������, SOI,IClTOKS, liTC.   o  0Ki*'rcf:s :    .'Moi.son-?   HANif   Jb.ocic,   Hkvkj.-  M'I'OIvL,   ll, 0.  JW'OIICV to 1(1,111. . '  Ofllcr*.. Uci'cl-'idk'1, II. C\; Kurt SU-i'lo, U. C.  (1 !���������:(), S, Mi ('Mi'l'Ku,  |{o\ol.-.iol'.c, ii.'C.  .1'. A.  tlAKVIIV.  l-'orl, .Steele, II. C.  I.I.  \V. ( ROS.S, ,M. \).  ,i-  rf['it<.i;i)S 'in thic c i\ ii., fi'i'v nioAi.Tii  ��������� U'-KirriK.  Ojlli ,y 'J.i vim liliif k, Mackenzie A venue.  STEAM  REVELSTOKE  a an  J    Goods at Your Own Price.    %  4? 25 Per Cent Reduction on^������Bnss������s*     ������'" 4?  *$? Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Water Cooler and Water rfo>  ^) '      '   Filters, Screen   Doors an'd Windows, Lawn Sprinklers, Coal  ^  (|u     '  ''       '    Oil Stoves.' ���������>'     ������       ,- '      i|������  if All First Quality Goods.     Make a Note Of It. <|*  f   . W.   M.   LAWRENCE, |  ^       "HARDWARE       -       STOVES,      -       TINWARE.,,       ^  GREAT OLBARING SALE AT COST PRICE  FOR, CASH ONLY  Flour, Wheats Shorts, Bran,      ,"   .  ",'   ���������     ^    family Groceries & Farm Produce.  ' f ' '   j '  Savage Bros., Second Street.  AYNE,  FIRE. & LIFE INSURANCE. AGENTS;  , -^^-^NOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC.  i  FIRST . STBBBT;   REVELSTOKE.     <y X  DRFftft   WFI I    ^^yy '  ���������J".  Lotd,Chesterfield was undoubtudiy rij^lit wlinu lui''declared his"  belief tliiit most people formed sumo opinion of a man's sense and.  cliiiiiiclert'iotn li is'dress.'' The incliii.ition to dress well is'sliewn'  by itlie'iiuinbcr' who eonie here to be cltitlied. , They come heri  , because .if our ability lo ({ive thein' the correct and 'proper gar-'  nients. They get, the best qualities ; the X b&st trimmings'; the  best work,; the best, fit thut's.-to. bh had.    They get exclusiveness. .  " McKenzie Avenue; Revelstoke.  Our Assortment of  ���������CARPETS,     ,  LINOLEUMS,  STRAW MATTINGS  WALL PAPERS,  DRAPERY GOODS,  Etc., is the Largest in the West.  r I l*  Samples Free on Request.  S^ Victoria, B.C.  THE.  i-'oi:  I  yX   u'\  eki^'.f "''���������  ,  Class  Work  GIVE US ATRIAL  Badminton' Hotel  ; \   VANCOUVER.    ; ''  RATES   S2.50   PER   DAY..  WAH   CHANG,  DKAIJCU   IN  " Fancy Goods, Japanese and  Chinese Novelties and Silk  Goods, Bamboo Work, Rutlan  Chairs; und Crockery Wal'e-  ALSO  k'ruiLs and Confectionery.  0  Opposite the Post Office,  Front St. Revelstoke, B.C.  WH..W.HI tiretoptyarwreyraycarea^paraa^^  Highest Cash Pries Pai.l fo:*  aw  Ml * 11i)>i��������� l��������� :il- ,ii-''  I'v.niriii .I   li\ inc. ii^  "Kill ,1 . I in \ ,11 ci \ i . I'i l HI I I'l I I'l in n ��������� il*.  iinil l'il< i ,ii" l(i'i ln.'ili I'i v^.irriinl  l|ii|.|in ; t'liml. fi.i1 .iii> li'MKlli 'il I'llll'.  \'n\\ -.Incilfl 1.1 i'|i |lll-.U;Cl Oil tllC I tl II I'll1.  i Oil iJLt fl OKI  G. W  BAT.BWIN,  I'. 0. lio\ !J;;l AkuiiI for Jus. Ullmaii  Wlimipog, Man. /'   J1  Hurt .i������^M')taiUfm^������^oi^������Tn>irTrCTi^  Your Pocket-book  V  .  may be low but nobody sees it, but  ,if  your clothes   live   Miabby   Hint  sctt.k'M it, nobody wnnts to know you.  Ijiidicfior Gents Tailor Mnde Clothes  < repaired and cleaned in good style,  Call or send pout cnid.  Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.  c   K*it(iblifl>ed 13 yeai-s.'  Strictly Union Labor Shop.  "Cleanliness  is next,to Godliness."  scavenger  If you  want your  work clone  in a clean ancl  . economical' way   send   a  card to  FRANK SAUNDERS,  Revelstoke Station.  OKI.'     TlKk'ATI-: OK I M I'ltOVliM KN'I'S.  xo'iici:.  Alice. Alice b'r.u-liou. Koiiiiii/.n Kinjr. Crown  I'oiiil, Gloucester, Lnsl, (.'linnce niiiKM-al  eliiiini5, situated in the Ifcvelsloko Mining  Division of Wet Kool.enny Dislrict. Where  located :   On Ground Hob I'.asin.  Take notice lhal 1. William A. I'niier, .-1-,'enl  fin1 I), II. Wilson, free miner'.*, eerl IHe.-itc N<>. H  IITX.'I. Km 11k Vmiiii^. free niiiicr'*. ciTiiiiiilc No,  |: IITS'-i. .1. II. nuiire. free miner'*. ���������ici1lil!',nle N".  li li'illi. in I end. nivly dny*. from tlicdnU' hricof,  In .t|i]ily In th'' jMiniiiir (.'reorder for a Cettifi-  cnle. of Iriiiu'MVoinciitr. for the purpose of ob*  tainins a Crown Grant nf thc above claims.  A nil further take notice that action, under  section H". mu^t lie commenced before the  issuance of *uoh OrtiQcnlc of Imnrovementf.  Dated (his 14th day of June, I'M).  WILLIAM "A. 1UUKR.  F.   BXJKBR,   Proprietor.  Phone    40, '   ' '


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