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 PTTIBI.ISIEa'.IEID  TTJESI3-A."5r  -A-HSTID  WiRHXA-IT.  Vol. 7���������No.' 51  EEVELSTOKE. B. C, JULY 3J, 1900.  $2.00 a Year.  GENTS'   FURNISHINGS  TAYLOR ft GEORGE,  (Late Jas. Gill & Co.).  -   '  " Wn liave sold oul our stock ������  of dry goods but would remind  vou' that we'still carrv the  J i * i  Finest Stock of Men's Clothing and  FupnisMngs, Boots & Shoes and  House Furnishings '     ,  in ,-North   West    Kootenay.  We have special bargains in  '.all .lines of Ladies' and "Gentlemen's   Boots and Shoes, mak-'  Anti-Chinese Meeting.  CO,  o  D  CO  h~  UJ  CL  <  o  ing a  , Tweaty Per Cent Discount'  r      , *> ' ,  in order to cut clown our stock.  TAYLOR  LU88U  McKenxie Avenue, Revelstoke."  Z  o  r~  m  c  CO  m  O  BOOTS   AND -SHOES  Belts!  Belts!, Belts!  '  Ladies' Belts  AT���������  Guv Barber,  THE JEWELLER'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  The Fred Bobinson  Lumber Co. Limited.  ULW^.y-^ffsT'-gJI  D raying and ' delivering a specialty.  Teams always ready at shortest  notice. Cuntracts for jobbing  \akeii.    Agent  fur ' 15. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samsoii.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  He'll do|it for. you.  WHO?  ,  On and after Ihis d.-iteour prices for  cut firewood will lie as follows:'   ,  $1 per.cord at Mill  $2 '     "   ��������� delivered.  Prices Cut for Cash.  B-Pfffn-i,*'i'.ga-a  Fred Rbbinson,Managing Director  Wagons, Delivery Rigs,  -Buggies,  Etc.,  ���������:AT:���������  JAS. MCMAHON'S  ���������: o :���������  Blacksmithing and Woodwork  'done on short notice.  , Carriages    Built   to    Order.  The inoeting called Uiv Sal.inlay  owning, to discuss theChinoseqiiestion  a**, pertaining to the welfare of our city  was f-iirly well attended and tlie  opinion appeared to lie unanimous thai  the city and district, could gel along  nicely without the mongolians.iH  Frank Craig- called the meeting to,  otder, and YV. A. Nettle was voted to  tlie chair with Frank Craig as secretary.  The chairman said the , meeting , was'  called   to   consider   sei iously, and, he  hoped   to   act wisely on a   question  which has come up for discussion on all  political       platforms.,   Jle     referred  briefly to the state of affairs iu   China.,  At election times political promises are  given but these seldom aie carried out.  Thanks is due to Geo. R. Maxwell,, M.  P.", for his efforts towards having a tax  of $500 imposed on/all Chinese "corning  into the countiy.   The pulpit has   also  piomisedto take  up  this, matter  hut  nintv-iiine cases   out   of one  hundred  lhe meals eaten   by  the  ministers are  .cooked by, Chinese.   It had , lieen   suggested that(a boyeot be applied  ti> all  parties concerned in   the employment1  of Chinese; perhaps that wouIcLJiaye  the desiied effect if. we were to'say  that we  would  not patronize aiivone  directly  or" indirectly  Who   employs  Chinese.    It is now time lo go about  the matter anil handle it c with gloves.  Forward a petition to tlie government  to see if female help cannot be brought  from   the .British   Isles   to   take   the  place"of'these men,, or rather thing**  which aie worse than the worms in  our gardens. V.Don't employ Chinesertb  even wash  our windows"'''of- clothing'.  Our-,cily council should,enforce legislation which  would- compel the China*  men   to live as human . beings.   This  question has reached the   stage  where  it is'practically becoming a  matter of  our bread and butter.        '��������� '   ,  Ed. Adair was next called on, and  said lie practicallyagtecd with all the  chairman had said, but as. he did not  feel like speaking he wished to be  excused.     t  T." J.- Graham, on taking the plat-  f nm, said be was rather surprised at'  about 7:30 iii'the evening when he was  informed that his name was on the  committee ,to speak on..mongolian  question.' There*is one thing certain  we have now come to a point when if  Great Britain declares war with China  we are at libeiey to drive the Chinamen from the. province, but at present1  lie did not believe in taking the law in  our own hands. He was sorry to see  so many (if our citizens in Revelstoke,  where we have every convenience, patronize Chinese���������referring more particularly to laundry work. The question  was asked from the audience���������"How  "much does Revelstoke Laundry pay  women employed?'* To this several  answered $-10 per month. .Several of  the Chinese aie preperty holders and  these should have consideration as we  don't want, to be barbariansj the question can be s-ohed by ulir council anil  the    Chinese   on    disputed    ten itory  parsed Ihat everyoneemployingChinamen be hoycotted injiis business, lie  did think war would he declared between Great Britain and China. If  everyone was like him there would he  no Chinese' in ftev-el-iloke.,  r I  Chairman spoke of a hy-Iaw wliich  was once passed iu Victoria calling for  a certain space in dwelling*.' The  owners were notified ' with the result  that vacant lots' are now Lo Ik* seen  minus the dirt which previously existed,'and this without compensation.'  " J. Kernaghan said it was late and  time for getting dowii to business'. He  moved thataction he taken. Seconded  , by R. Tapping and carried.,  Pete Bucheetheii very-emphatically  expressed his opinion that the /'Chinamen are no good." o ' ,  Frank Craig moved that a committee,  be appointed to circulate a petition lo  effect that everyone who signs,will  pledge themselves ' not to -employ  Chinamen or have anything to do with  them directly or indirectly.       , ���������  H... W.  Edwards,  in  seconding  tlie  niotion, said he was in sympathy  withr  what had lieen said but considered the  local que.**tion small  in  comparison   to  that in   general.    He. advocated'labor  unions.    Militia in taking action on the  Fraser river were doing nothing more  than they   were  bound   to do  by. the  constitution when they joined.   (Voice  in the audience "what are  they .doing  in "China?)   To tliis, the speaker said  Chinese in this country aie not responsible for what is being done  in 'China.  Their money is taken when I hey, come  into.this country and they are guaranteed protect ion,'therefore they,are  entitled to redress. ��������� He wished some one  would pr/ipo.se a means of reaching the  C, P. K.'   .Motion wa* put-and  carried.,  A committee composed of.T. Kernaghan, W. A'.  Nettle,   F. .Craig,   I J.   McCarthy, Ed. Adair and T. .1.  G radii ni  was   appointed'to' circulate  the  petition,  W. A. Nettle, moved, seconded by H.  Morris,*that a'voteof thanks he tendered Geo. 11. Maxwell foi his energetic  endeavors Lo'procure a Lax of $���������"���������().) on  .Cbinese coining into the country.  Carried.'  ,   A motion was passed empowering lhe'  committee to,appoint sub-coinmiltees.  The meeting was brought to   a 'close  by singing "God Have the Queen."  Pekin Ligations Safe.  (."riM'ui.-l Ui 'I'm:  M.vll. I  , Lo.nuo.v, July .'Jl.'���������A despatch from  Vdiuiial Bruce: at Tien/Psin says the  Pekin legations'were safe on'the li'Jnd.  Tlr; I O'.iih-irriiiK-iil by the'Chinese -.-.as  stopped on the 1 Olli* inst. 'flic other  powers have rebel ".ed despatches confirming this, news.  llaiHtef Assassinated.  (.Special to the Ma i i��������� )  Komi;, ftaly, July  30.'���������King Humbert of Italy was assassinated at Mon  sea on   Sunday  by. 1-Vngelo Bressio,1 an  anarchist, who   fired   three,shots from,  a revolver,'all   taking  efl'ect  and  one  pierced    the    king's     heart.       Bressio .  mule   no attempt ' to' escape.  ���������   King"  Humhei I lived but -15 minuUs. ^ .It is ,  believed thai the sebnno   was hutched  in New York- and the. man,chosen by  lot for the terrible, deed.   , *        "  5000 Boers'- Surrender.'  '(Special lo tl-c Mail.)   .  ,London", July-31.���������General Prinsloo  has surrendered wilh; o000 Boers.'  .Lord lloberts teports I hat , General  MacDouald fought a rear guard action  with' the -eucniv- lasting from  earlv '  morning until dark, nine'miles outside  i  of Nn it u i n port in the   lletiilehcm hills, /  -resulting    in,   his  efFectually blocking  N.luumport   Nek tu the Boer wagons.  Ceneial    Hunter rep������orts   that   the.  eneniv l������ ice  checked   Ins  advance bv,  holding strong   positions on two nek������,  oue of   which   was   tiken  before'dark <  The committee appointed at Saturday's meeting met hist eyening -fnd  drew up the. following petition for  circulation:��������� ���������        , -*  The undersigned people of Hev<-1-  stoke.being of the firm conviction that  the further continuance of the Chinese  in our midst in detrimental to our  economic intere.-ls. Social intercourse  with them having a degrading Vlt'ect  wherever it, becomes constant; and  competition with them in the held of  labor both debasing find degrading to  our white' workers. By reason of  their lower standard of humanity they  are enabled to work for a wage for  wliich the white workers cannot live  and long maintain their higher  standard of humanity; but must if  forced to continue lutig iu competition  with the, Chine.se --ink to their lex el1  mentally,    morally     and     physically.  ESTAUR  For sewing machine supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J. W. BENNETT,  representing The Singer Mftg.  Co., MdcK^Miit: \vc.  Fir-l street near Morons Bank.  Board by the week $4.50  Meals      - - 25c  Home mad** Biead, Cakes and Pies  for sal.*. Open day and night. ' No  Chinese employed.  A.  OOWEY,  Proprietor.  Edison Standard  . . . Phonograph  with all the latest inij.rnvomcnts -wilt  , t.iko nnd l'.'jiro.lucc record*:, coniplctc  inuliidin-;. Kecorcloi*. licpiwlnccr, llni**s  ITorii. ^npi'Iiiru Phavincr Knife. Kar  Tube*-*, C'amol**- Hair J-Jn:-*!:. Oil Can, nl>o  One-hiilf driven Heoord**- and Books of  Iii.**lrii(.*Lioii.  PRICE    $25.00   ���������  ���������;OHAS J. AMAN... ^'"1  should be i ecoinpensed for ubat they  jeaye behind. Get I hem out as quickly j Therefore having bet onn; awakenel lo  as po-;>il*le but do it by lpgal ijhmus-. ! t|)e flU-t ihHt the pic^cnce of the  He referred to the article in the M\U. j Chinese iu our miiNt i;. iniinic.il to oiu  taken fiom the St. Thomas, Ontario, j c.(.,,*.(,|,,jt. jnicrcMs and ha.*> a debasing  j Tine's and *?aid il was a good one for j <llui degrading effect, on our.-,i*l\-<\, and  K.-vcl.-tokc people lo lake up.    .' j our fellow^  we  -oh-UMih'     '   '  The   chaii man   in   referring  to   (lie   rt,,]Vl.s   |>,.f,,*,*   G,KI    and  by the Scots Guards, lloyal Irish. Wilt-  shires and Le.inster regiments. Cas-'  ualtie-s In e or six. The. second nek  ,,\vas taken' during1 the night by the'  Scots Gu.uds without opposition, the  .enemy retiring closely lo Xaiuimpoil.  Boer prisoners who were lakeu stale  that twelve hundred burghers would  surrender* if guaranteed' that, they  would be treated as prisoners of war  and not'rebel*?. To this General Hunter had assented' and. as a result of  these ' operations Geiietvi 1 Piiusloo.  commanding the J'oer.s, asked, und(;r  a Hag of truce, this morning for a four  da\s' iii'inisticG for peace negotiations.  General .Hunter replied that the only'  terms he could accept were unconditional surrender and until these were  complied wilh hostilities could not  era**.!'.,  Jjoid HuljpiU eNprrtssed hia approval  of General   lluutci'.**   action   and  t.jld  him on,no account to enler  into  iip������o- ���������  tiations.  t While Lord Hobeits was writing lln1  above duspa'.ch a tcle^iain was haiideil  din  to  from   General   J lunler sa\ ing  property holders amongst the Chinese  said that if' out public health by-law  was jmt into effect the tire brigade  would l.e called out for protection.  R. Tapping was th--* next speaker.  U-" said thi? question now up is one  which affects business and working  men alike. He would not approve of  taking any serious measures in breaking law. One of the most difficult  matters to get around is tin* burning  of houses���������referred to, the burning of  Cbinese shacks last year b> the police,  saying that lt nearly caused trouble.  Labor unions could help settle question of employing Chinese by giving  employers a choice of discharging  Chinaman or having uuioui.-td slop  rt-H-iltttiou   ininlil   aho   be  our, fi-ll.iw  citiaeus, that we will her-afler have  no dealings whatever with tlieni--  neither lo buy from them, sell to I hem  nor employ them, and will use every  lawful means in out power to induce  others to do the same.  that.   General    L'rbi-doo  second leltei expressing  Fire broke out in a stable belonging  to Morris Anderson on Friday evening  the alarm being turned iu to No. 2 hall  from several boxes a.s well as th"  whistling of an engine which'stood in  the yard.' No. 2 brigade and the C. P.  R. brigade were (prickly on the ground  and with combined hose kepi the ilaines  from spreading. The stable uith-five  ton of hay which had been stoied away  but a few  d.i) ���������   |iiu\ioiij  ������.u  a   total  li id written a  ii.-. willingness  to hand o\er liimv-lf with his men,  rilles, ammunition and other firearm-,  upon condition that horses, saddle.-*.,  bridles and other possessions of lhe  burghers be guaranteed them and they  be free to return to their homes.  General Hunter ' replied the surrender must be absolutely unconditional,  that all rifles, ammunition, horses and  other possessions must lie, givpii up  and that the burghers lie con������idere.d  piisouers of war. He added that  General Prinsloo3.-. o\ei tines would not  be allowed in any way to interfere,  with the operations which mu.st.be  continued until the eue.n.-v ha*.e been  defeated or have surrendered.  Lmd Pobei t;-   has repot led General  Piiii-duo's um-uiidiiiunal aiirrtiid'.r.  ���������fl THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Zbc 1Rootena\> flftatt  ' PUUblSHKIJ SEMIAVEKKLY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  _    _   _ ��������� MY���������  ~~*^~\ttl\~OAMVlW.\Ai.   .  PUI-.MSHEIC AXU I'l'.OIMtlKl'Ol'..'    _      '=  Subscription   Price,   $2.C0   Per   Annum  ADVKUTISIN'd KATK.S qnot on ' application.  3071 PIUXTIXG of every kind at most reason  able rates and shortc-l notice.  ACCOUNTS for job printing or mlvci'li&ing  p.iyablt! on the iirst of every month.  COItKKSPONnKXCE on all matters of local  or public interest invited and carefully considered. All communications to the Editor  iiHi*it, be accompanied by the name of the  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  ���������is mi evidence of good faith.  Addrcsti    \  'Vine Kootexay Majx, r  '  ���������    ' Pevelsl.oko. B.C.  TUESDAY JULY 31. IfiOO.  The Lemslatf ve AsseeiSly  KI'IJJAY.  ' i l  linutine business largely occupied  tho attention of the legislature today  with the result that numerous bills  won-: introduced or advanced astute  iu their respective step towards a place  upon the statute book of the province,  aiul iu most cases their progress was  unmarked by interesting incident.  This was not. the. case however, while  tho lOvidence. aud Liquor License bills  were up, when'two interesting debates  occuried. r That'concerning the former  was strictly'confined to the <|ueslion,  but    the   hour's   discussion on the Li-  ���������' cense bill was largely composed of the  talkimi of politics, lu either case Mr.  Joseph ' Martin e look ,a leading part,  beinjg ,supporte'd by Messrs. Jjrbvvn,  (Oliver, and Curtis, while the Hon.  Messrs. Ebcrts and MciJride, , withe  Messrs.' Pooley and McPhillips, ably  met* the opposition's attack and upheld  'the. dignity of lbs government. -  The amendment to.lhe, Evidence  Act was intended to afToid protection  to a witness whose ' evidence might  tend to incriminate him or make him  liable to a civil .prosecution, ' The  clause, Mr. Ebert-s stated,, was similar  to that, in force in the other provinces  of Canada.. Mr. ��������� Mai tin, however,  contended that the clause, introduced  would not* meet .ihat (Midland as a  result a long and technically legal debate ensued; as a lesult of which lhe  matter was stood over for further consideration. ,,  The   sccou I * leading of    the Liquor  Licence bill followed.       In   explaining  .the    foat tries  of   the   bill,   Attorney-  . General    Ebeits-> stated   that   it combined ' certain of   the  features of   the  acts both of   1SSS   and 1899.     It- provided,   however, against'  the  old dilii-  cukie.s regarding the sign it tires of   the  latter place, however, the Semlin government, after he had left it, had relieved the ill-feeling by returning half  the license money.  The chauge from two to three commissioners was a good one, but the -^10  application fee ought to be retained.  Going back to the " b.-idrinau Mai tin "  business, the speaker again complained  that lie had tried lo make a good act,  and hud ������ot nothing but abuse for it.  Mr. llayward approved of the bill,  although some .amendments might be  suggested, for' it. Itegardiug Ksqui-  malthe would'remind the house, however, that that . place vvas most  peculiarly placed. All the inhabitants  of..' it were counted in when the fees  had been increased, in spite of the  fact th;it a large number of them weie  not only not voters, hut had three  canteens of their 'own. This should  lightly he taken into ' consideration in  dealing v. ith that town.  Mr. Po<*i- y said I ha I   the  act,  was' a  m cfi-sil v. a.*-ji he I,--|c  .'overnuiftil,  bad  ���������left- the   pionnce   without.   one." He  wouliJ accordiujiij support the bil',   although in 5-ouie poinl-s In* might desire  lo see it, amended.'   Mr. Martin was far  fi oiu coirertin slating I bat I here ' vvas  no (inference between this bill and   his  old one.    Theie were grave diiiVivntr**  for his bill was   but a   crude  one  and  very ill-consider ed..   It was a  rni.-slaUe.  too, to hold that the business was nol a  reputable one, as it   wa**.    Itespectable  men were engaged iu.il, and they weie  Woi thy  of a's  much   consideration   as  those engaged in other countries.    Mr.  Martin rising   to, go  out,   Ihe speakir  complained that this was nn old   triik  of his.    lie   came   to   tin*   house   villi  stories of the bad thing-: -aid about liini  during lhe election, but   in   K-quitnall  be could never be got to wait and  hear'  what other -.peake\ s might say.   'Jf he  had, there had been a good   chance   to  reply lo t he statements t lien and I In re.  but1 be had invariably had urgent I nsi-  ness in town, and bad  i un away.  *,TI e  speaker had,followed   him   throughout  Esquiiiialt disli ict,.but bo soon   as- Mr.  Mai tin had  stopped  speaking   he   had'  latingupon this question, and bespoke  the aid and patience of the house that  all by working -well together might  produce a good measure.  Mr. Oliver then attempted to reply  to the challenge of the minister of  mines, and having 10 a certain extent,  to the amusement of the members, got  ahead ol* Mr. Speaker, failed to improve the opening by specific pla.ee and  time.  e  Mr. McPhillips closed the debate by  pointing out that some o'f Ihe in it.it ion  over the act of JS'.."J may have arisen  from the fact-that the trade trusted  Mr. Mai tin as a fa-t. friend and wei c  disappointed when his act was nol  found to be more favorable to liieii  busiiu'ss.  The house adjourned until'Tuesday  at 2 o'clock.  :0"������  MO I'LL  =K&������i������:2Sk  left,   the "meetings, 'd[->   himselJ  had  petit louei s applying fur  bv limiting the  district  a ne.\v licence,  to a radius of  never said   anvlhing  behind   his  back  which he would   not  say   to   his   f,.cr,  and be vvas   glad   at   last,, to   have   a  -- i-  chanco.to do so, and  all   the  more, so  because of Mr.  Martin's  present/ complaint,    lie would tell Hilii now   that ���������  "Mr. Kalph Sinii h���������AVhat h is ihis to  do wit.li tin* Liquor Ijice.i-'e bill!-'  ll might not haw much lo do with  the bill, .Mr. Pool.-ycOiit iniH'd. but .Mr.  Martin had brought il up and had I ad  his ������.-iy: he had acciiied his opponents  of slandering bin., and a r������ply was  surely in order. Mr. Pooley wa**, however interrupted v^ iih ci ies of "Oidei!"'  and ended his-*|>ce( h'in a vain .appeal  to the Speaker.  Mi: Grown had no vvi-h to proioi g  the pitiilica I di-cu-sion and inlimaiedn  thai, be would siippoi I t.be bill, as tie  needs   of   the   countrv = demanded    a  Tise Pec:!liar 1V--.i-c-.iij.  /j'he must amusing thin;; a.'out \\  peculiar bird the 'trine:* n was to,;  him preparing to n.ost. :-*!-l ,hc I a..  quite early, while other bin's v,  wide awake, The first thing  carefully cock up���������for it \;,-.-is  and cautious, procivtling���������hhi  little scut of'a tail, which v.-as only  about three or four iiichc,*-. Ion;:. Tin's  must in',some \v;iy have uflected his  balance, for lie never moved on 'the  perch afler the tail had been laid carefully, back. Then, later in the evening1, he gently turned the .huge, unwieldy hill around by degrees until it,'  too, was laid aloiig his back and buried  iu feathers in the usual bird fashion.  By the way, I have always wondered how and why the myth arose that  birds sleep Avith their heads under their  wings. A moment's thought or obser-.  vat ion would show that'll is quite, as  impossible a feat for a bird as for a  human being.  ' However, lhe toucan's sleeping ar-  ' rangements resulted in producing ;in  ��������� oval mass cf feathers supported on one  leg, looking as unlike a bird as it it-  possible lo imagine. When he was  ruthlessly awakened by a sudden poke  or noise, which, I' grie.vo to stale, was  often done���������in my aliscncc, needless to  say���������I. hoard that he invariably tumbled down in n sprawling heap, being  unable lo adjust the balance 'required  by llie p'ondcrous biil all in a moment.  -CornhiJl. - '  'AI'GK    ASD    WELL,    LIGHTED  SAMPLE ROOMS.    Healed by  *������ hoi. air and ' electric bells  an  liLjiil in every ruum.   Free bus meets all  trail]--,. ���������  JOHN V.  .   .   .       j_   -     - car bcLvvccu Imtcl and.-Union.  !30P8iETe&  ���������' REVELSTOKE, B.C  >A~~-~i   \  Iv&   i  !i 3 h  Wi  (< p  ."Pi'-i...  ASRAHAMSON BROS.  N'cwly.huill.       Kirst-cla.s������\  in   every   respect.      All  rrodorn conveniences.  iii'lS������4^p-^W   QUEEN'S .HOTEL;  4p������'2ilL:.^.P-^Jl,P PP ��������� .P '91*'" /. j    ' TROUT LAKE CITY  P  g  -os.ft'afja.^V  Njv/ly Built.  L:gbled by Electricity  Throughout.  *������������������ V V i  o  0  <?  o  '6  O-OO-  1    ������9  n   ^,  ll    2  \^r^  '4Ss*^   il  \/  Best graces oi  Wiitds, Li.'pjor.'j and  Rt'OALBT, PROP'R.1  .-lp-ars.  ;ix."  *s-.r   *������**   <*r   -t-V    -..?    v^    -*-* ^u/^ Vu  rjp^^p<yo<j~Q'<><>b<)<hO-<)-<^  ">  o'.iv COS- J,l*t.      \V  aure.-inj,' vvith  Mr.  thiee   miles   And   deMr.in^   the hou-*  holders  vl-  Pisoley th lUhe vi������-tu,dler-s**ho:i!il:io! be  ! harassed, b" corilen.i.'d tlial th-v   v i (���������  ' on   a     diif.-renf    footing    from    other  | trad.'-���������.:.'(*!).    (-.'rv.r: hai :ii ,n o-*r ;.t time-1  ,,., ,. I ihioiiiri:   i io*   '���������o:j-u:iir>tiori   of   litpror.  so.      i lie names   <>:    t vo- ' '    . . ,   ,   , ,,  , ���������    ,      <���������   < ��������� -,, , ���������     , ( omp.-t itioti    tended   to   im ivaw   the  ihuds ot these signers will oe required. - , ,        ,       ."--.,  , . r .,,   , i      .     i i     i      I  IiiWIIh���������'Jilid to delenorate   it    becailfO,  License tees will be graduated and the  w!:c; may s;jrn their papers-.  A n aiiienduipiit is also promised .vhicii  will* extend this rkdit to (lie wives of  the -signers  ' of lio* extra attraction- and some! iuie.-  ', the d������ iiir.^hii; and li.\in^r up   <'f  drinks:  IKe coiisidei'ed that f^ood'could be done  and the i has.u ter of th-btsin-.-s lai-ed  ; by diiiiiiii-hinu* the number of iicensid  not for renewals ,      I P^'i'i-cs.     *  Mr. Joseph   Martin , suggested   that i     Him. .Mi. i'icBride i!i������u ,-hov.ed ir; m  obnoxious s|0 fee ou these app-lict  tions done away with, as, vvt.|l a-, lhe  'old bond. Personal attendant^ will  he required before the commissioners  upon'applic.ilion.s fo.i' new licen-e-" hut  Jiriali   Tea.  Our endurance would be tested to  ,t!',c breaking point were our-only resource' (lie brick lea of 'J'ibol, made  nnd .flavored after the .true Tartar  recipe. This tea," for the'convenience'  of porterage on, camels, is made up  in (lie form of hard, solid, bricklike  lumps, which are .supposed to consist  of the stems and leaves of our ordinary  tea plant. I>nt in'.lhG majority of cas.es  brick tea is merely the offscourings of  the tea plantation, together with dust  and adi'ltcralio'.i , of endless., other  blatits. There is little of the crisp,  curly tea leaves to be found in .these  lumps.  When k>u is to be made, pieces are  '.���������hipped off the bricks and immersed  ,n boiling water. Tho result is a dark,  -H'ong flavored liquid, with harsh. u:i-  ���������/hasunt taste. Oue merit alone it pos-  -c-s-*:-���������it is undoubtedly stimulating-,  "he li.-ivor of the1 tea'i.s not improved  ������������������.tlier to inir taste by the additions to  .t which lhe Tartar favors. Instead  of cream and sugar, mutton fat nnd  -.nit are usually considcrcd*-lhe correct  thim"-, to add, and it can readily, be  imagined that the beverage thus pro-  ireid does not present any particular  ������������������ inaction lo liuglisbmen. ��������� Good  Words.  Ui.Li  Hy hi I 4   >    H  ���������J. A. Stu^  u.Nii  .Kates,, $  L'ropnctor  .KT i lav  FJcciric lighted, furnace heated  ���������]v Ouik and furnished. . . /  i \ t. V  I"inest';uul   best  supplied   bar'     :"'3'-1.  .... in the city . . : '. .   , ,.  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B.'C!  It,  .Furniture and Undertaking,  ,  n  Repairing & Upholstering Done  VP'.i i-Iir.use in conncci'fm i'or sierap^e (if 'family and oilier fiii-niUiri*,'  I i-iink**, etc., at niuntlily ������>r o'ii.'i- ralc<. .Agents for R-iyiiHUid Scw--  ing JMac bine. . ' ��������� * '<X~  "' -  BEVELSTOKIE ST-A-TiEOZ-^IB-O  Tj.-T���������.y _������������������  ': t j-v rv.  the Attorney General',s reforenc; to  the bill o������ 1.S9!- did not snu.-ne with  his .pre-elp.ctifui promises, allhoiii.'hL it  prnhahly repip*>entecl hi- i cil views.  1'efore   lhe   electinu, in-inv   nAereiice*.  ,-b  Mr. M.ir tin ���������- nvv n cmai-k-  of a fo:ipl*j '.f jiiiiiit- .iii that g  man'- -p"'-r.*' wa.- -.cail-'j-.y p'ay  "veil    li.ul    litlh.   fdiKid.il :dii    iu  Ih.it ou side j  ,i>'  i  en  ���������nthJ-  'Hllil  'fact.  had   been  made  uf  n>  ne  ai r ..r  Pa)1).  vvilh a view ui prejii'liciti^ the ''lectin  ate. h had iudr-cri hfeu a camij.ii'jii  of slaii.ii'i-s, in which tlid new spap.'is  had aided generously. ������������������ That bad  man .Martin'' had been I hen ch v ged  with many things, anil he had coti-4  d'-rV'd ii a hopeles- task to undei I ale  toatiswci charges so i-rcklc-i-,!'. made  without foundation.  1 Ion   M i. Turner -1 (cai, hc.u .  ' C'oni imiiiiLT.    Mr.     Mailin    claiuifd  that    his   bill   of     ItfH!) had contained  I m t t w o changes   fiom   the old -system  lhe    iee^i    had    been   inci eased  and  coiiimissionei s   provided   toi   theunor  Lrani/.ed disti ict.s.       I fe admit trd    that  when the law was   first enforced   much  irritation    had    been    occasioned,   but  that was inevitable as   he  thought the  i'i.rmer act had   not   heen   pioperly en  forced.'     .Some license  holders had for  years paid 8G0 when their fee ought to  have been AliOO.       A '��������� pull" did a lot  .sometime*-.       Long after .Ashen if t I uul  had    more    than    oO   inhabitants   the  hotel ��������� men   had   coniinned  to fiav but  rbO,   'a>  cd'.-u at  Jy-quiinajl.       Al    the  ir. y  ��������� /!  Tli." noe,'fni:..-:,I  vv,*,-. at  f mioiis *'h,ifl man M ot!!,."  lio  .vi i"**,iiil t"   have   I'oiiiid.'1   lie   i;i.ii;(  ! ("II H k   tip .11    1 il"   ' ���������!,!    J, 11 ,| i!     I.i' ell-"  Act. a i id lo l;a v e lll.idi- U->* "f l -���������ti,i'<*!i< ��������� S  lolhai  iiii'.'i-u;,' i.i ! h '   i.iiNj'.ii.'ii.'JIi'  vv i mi Id.   how . -v ei, i li i II- n.;.    II,"   !" idf j  of I ll -'oj-pn.-il :,ui lo   |,".i,-,|    !o   a   -i- 'j'c  in-la. if " ol I hi -. and wa- * n ������������������ ', ii it  One  could    i.ol    be   round.    Sui'k   cnongb  had broil found to -er.m .',1 lo* la I e Ol clll-  iei"- coi idem; i I! ion a I  I he p- 'il- vv M hoi it  having    |o    fill    b.iclv   on     lh*    liqoi/i  licen-e bivv.     ib.vvevei, tlie old ,���������������������������! vva--  far fidui bcii.g.i good one.    It had \\ iih  .many   otheis   In e l   dumped   onto   the  statute book by ib>* i-x-A t lorney-fb n.-(  ial without oiii'-h cm-id   r.i.'ios. ,  .Mr. Mai lio -Ibym mean the cigli'-  hoiir bill ;-"  There i-. no need, Mr. M( Ui hie nm-  tinned, io I.-11 3'ou: no one know-; Ih"  li-t hi I t"i' t ha n yourself.  Mr.   Martin���������Thi-   is    a     dastardly,  chaige-  a cowaidly way - j  (h'ies of "Oi d>'i! f)id"i!'"   ii.f.'ri iqil"d |  i  him.  Hon. M r. McfJiide,   going  on   again,  poke ol   lhe   k.iI  iliHii uitti-j  ol   Ic^i ������������������  He CnNliCM Pay Chcclcs.  , New,  York   pays   its   employees   by  cheek, and each pay day sees a great  ninny  men with  their whole month's  ���������������������������.i'iary in, their hand,  but no money.  Various .bankers whose places of busi-  ne.--* are near Iho cily hall are willing  ''  tu   <-;i-h    '.he   cily'rf   check?,   biit--i'lK-y  '���������i:.'i;.ue ;\ c'immis.siou, Usually lu c-en'3  on < ach .-Una  'iii" ;.!���������'.ia ieior -of n saloon hoar (lie  i ���������'..".  ha I! i.i willing to ci'i.-h the chocks  ���������/, '.thuut eh.'ii'L'irii,-a cmmnissioii, find on  pa,*. d.:\- his Ci-tabliiiiuiiciil i.s jammed  |   vv.lii  rij'jieifih:.     He  Ill.'ilcOS  his  lU'ofit, Oil  (he ;i!cre,'i-f,l sa|t, of liquids at his bar,  I' r iin man after having his check cish-  1 "I  l<.'i\is Un.' p!������"e   vvitlioul   buyim; a  '"...lib.      rJ"in;   prnpl ietoi"   of   (he    e.st.'lb-  li-l'!n''Mi  ))iov ides against the city ]iay  lia;,   !.;.  dr.'i\viir_'SL'."������,t"lO from the bank  niid !.!i',i.-_' a m.-Hi lo take ciilire ch.irne  ���������f  lhe  ebei k   '���������a-hriig  busin<.'-s.     I'ie-  <j',if u:Iy the eid/n; ,sj5,o00 i.s e.M-li,'iJii,'vd  lor < la . I-.*-.     Wiieu   tliH  hajijic/is,   llie  ,P''>ja i< lor s^ixis for-more money.    So  ''tv   emploMe  asks   to   have   liif>   pay  e'.u r-k ra.-J.'-'l and i>>  not accoiiiiuodiit-  cd. fii.d tiie esiyj ji.'iy day sales ill  lhe  lar are a c'.n.-.ider.iJile feature of Ihe  war'*, trade.���������New i'ork Sun.  ?p  ,:*>. p.  ^f ILS ������-��������� il''"  IMate   aud   Sheet,   Glass  ������tfilULLOftLL      NfifSUWhhL    !    W.������ul     MantcNi"  Oride  uul   Tiling,       MA.JrtSTICJ* .STiCi-:!,   ItA NCI H.S  'for   Hold   and   Kiuiil\;^ttj,e  Miners' and Mill Supplies.  , "Vancouver, -   . - British Columbia,  * 15ranches ������������������.L.Davwson ('ilv, Atlin and Bennett. ��������� ",- *-'  =e=n������c3!?3sa  THE B. 0, ASSAY AM' CHBHIOAL. SUPPLY CO, (LIMITED).  (La!'." ah.i re I lane cl' Co.) ,' -   V  VANG OUVER,    B.  C,  ��������� ���������( i   I mpoi-i ������������������! -���������. and   cairv a   larpjp   s'ock   of  K, S. I *!il i(h- and  IVarlh-.-ii Hook.*-. C-i la.-sw.-ire,  i.i ,;ii i .1 hei A -���������-���������ayer'.-* a nd M incr'-, reipiirenienl s  ipa nl,   Hal f i'Im'ii.  ,'U (  . I I.I IH ,'S,  i'i.ii inmii  ��������� V, inid'.if in'  ���������'i.i .lace-.   [���������', ;  n.i'.N. A ' i|l -.!  .\ ,'���������>!! I'      loi     M  :i   < 'i ii  me.-  ��������� I.  C.-.I..I...  ;-||,  .!   I  II   .  'iMi-- Ml i:  lile   Co  ���������it! n ������   i mi ,! it'.-il inn  I^v-kci' SnriN*  H,il-  f,  !'j  ���������ST*?!  E-*v  I{  'V 5    1  ��������������� '��������������������������� A--*A  d '.'.A Z*) H *  ]\inn |.nr.U<Ml   hy ,'icL nf  P,i\ \\;\ men I 18.V3  AD <)\:i:h:e  W.u.   A  MONTREAL  flood   Hnp   for  TIui*   ^ftmlf.  "Theie"-, a man who lui.s :> f;o������d ear  for mil*-;'-." remarked tl.'; dyspeptic  iii.'in who was brilhered by lli(' piano  playing of lhe joiiutc woman nc:l floor.  '���������Who. fniuile.v 'i Why, h&'n deaf a.s  -I po-'l," replied hi.s friend.  "I I,now he l,s," said thv '?7.spepli'  man.   rhihwlclphla Pre!..'.'.  PAID  U  in. -.in  ,m vt'! ::i,'-cn  ,1 v -i;.    i h.i.i  C.AiMTAL  I'ri*-.        S.   11.   I'lwiXd, 'Vicc-I'i-cs.  , (icncial   i\l,iii,i:;ei  k!;-c  .^  N.\'  $2,l/U,OOQ  1,850,000  ir.-iHirat tinil.hi,: '.'.-.ji',' *- ti-,-:r,*,H le 1.   hilrro.*.! .illovvul 0:1 dcjio-.it.snt current rates.  F.'D. MOLSON, Iil?n.igcr. - REVELSTOKE,"B. C.  I'ciiii'- a I i-i,.- mi'*. ,i".l i!i'*n v\ lieu I'v.'i y pfenll'-inan feels lhi> n.'i'd of an  "\( eplloii illv *-i \ li*-!i a oci y. ell-jMii *!oire| her suit, of elnt.hes. The occasion  mav be ,i vv cdiiii.y. a 11 ivpliosi, a journey or win),, bt her impf'i'lant.  fomtioii. Th.ii^i*- liie lime tea void a chance lit. That is the time  above all ol h.'i -.  lo'jci ve I he i,'i (Ier In mc.  n   c -  WILSON, The Tailor  fi  &  m f?  THE KOOTENAYiMAIL.  i  Turned tlie Joke lo Account.,    .  Some friends once invited the- late  Tiny Waterman fo their shooting club  at Kirrp-.-s Lake, near St. Louis, and llio  fn-f-t afternoon they stationed Tiny in  .1 ducking i-alilc. or shik box, where they  well knew ducks hTnl never been seen.  He took the joke good natnredly, and  1li.it night at dinner lie pulled a shell  out of liis pocket and tossed it on the  (able with the remark that he "thought  he had put all of his shells away."  Most naturally one of the diners cut  tho 'shell open, with liis pocket knife,  disclosing tho -contents. Tiny seemed  astounded at theamunber of "bullets,"  as he called them, and , asked how  many were hi a shell. Of course, no  one could enlighten him, so ho said,  "If you follows who arc hunters really  don't know, it,sccins to mc that it is a  good betting proposition." ,  "(Jood schcmc.?'"p.vclnhncd one of his     ���������'���������'���������,-���������  t0  hosts.    "Lot's make it a dollar each as  to who guesses nearest to  the actual  number-in the shell."''    ��������� r ,  "As   there   is   only'  oho  bet  in   this  JRais on n Wreck,  A correspondent of the Newcastle  Chronicle describes a striking scene  witnessed at the breaking up uf the  vessel Gothenburg City on St. "M.'iry'.q  island, off the coast of' Xorthunibei ���������  land. , (  The vessel might have been sailing  comfortably out of harbor for aught  (hat appeared except that there was  no sign of life on board. We had no  sooner put foot ou deck, however, than  wc were furiously attacked by swarms  of rats.' ^  'Great,' hungry.' lank, lean looking  nil's, many of then wilh their tails  chewed off, swarni'-.i up from below,in  himdreds and tl'ionsaiids. squeaking  anil   Minimum:  over each' oilier, in  a  w o :e  manner s-ickoiring ;ind, horrible lo be-  Oi'l  P>*i-.P~Ui-.L ?-?l.rl,-:l.4i.>^..^*^-4.^.-i^^!^.-l..<l..*)-.K*.^  &X 4,.J.  >,  -h     ->     ->    --J-     -.      ^-     Jr-     ���������>       >     -^     -*>-    ->     --7-     -h    ->     -������     &���������     -J-    ->     '->     -O-     ->     '">     .1     ->.     -*.     .*. -0.  '  7-     'I        ..J  ���������^������������Ti'^ft"e--S*'^ft'--^^'^ft'fePi'^r*:',"lrt-^'ss-������i       ^feW,SrP5''%:rl^'&V^'^������i'*fe������5'*4^'^'*iV������ii '   j * .  -��������������� <*��������� ?*   ^ >  &9&  .. ^r *  j -v r  ~*$.&     ���������  &#-k  -  J, *?T^  ^.^���������"r. -i  ' *- >  .     ->  3       -7  -1-4.,fc  a.  -1-    ry  ��������� y-f  l*.**-^.*-^  s-sa^te^  *<���������  -T?y������-  -"* "   .  ,, -r-: %���������-  f-     -C-  *L"   ���������*--  =;  **���������*  ���������c-  ������ 1������  <���������  ^  >*r-  <���������*���������<������  -3* If-   *'  *v5* if: *(*  <l* m.   r.  '  '���������V  ���������fji:rf  proiiosition,"' Tiny suuhested, "I'st's  make it So a corner," which was agreed  to. . . _ .  lOach one Avrotc on the Inblecloth his  guess its to the number' contained in  the shell, and when the pellets were  counted it was found , that. Tiny had  guessed the exact number. Hti ��������� accordingly gathered iu the .*?.'"!0., and,  when he Ji.nl it safely bestowed , he  casually inquired,1 "What do you fellows think hvns doing in that blamed  Umk all afternoonV���������Ban Francisco  , .Argonaut. ' ,   ,<" ' ' ���������  JJ- T  Taw  j-iiiLiiCT��������� > *?*  A  Very Hcsff-nl Tlcnt.  Adolf Meiizcl, the Gorman arlisi,  was-at one'time engaged ou a mural  decoration, lie had rigged up a seal'-,  ��������� folding in his studio, on which,'his  model was requested to stand. For  two long hours the poor "poseur" stood  up aloft du a most fatiguing posture.  Men/.el in the meantime worked at  his  sketch,   heedless of  the   fact'that  his model  was growing tired.    ,  . *- *-"* '  At length the model found it necessary to speak. , **Ilorr" professor." said  ho. "how a lion l a recess?"  Meuzel-apologized profusely for ,hi-3  forget fulness. ' '���������Certainly, ' certainly,  my dear .sir,'* said lio. -"Come down  ������������ucl rest yourself n hit." * ,    ,  ''The model had cla'in bored' from tho  scaffolding to the ladder, which' led  down from it io the studio floor.  "Stop!"    cried    tlie   artist   suddenly.  -''That  'pose   is  "lino!     Don't   move   a  muscle!" ��������� " ' -   t  And once'more llio model was forced  into strained ' rigidity,',..while the enthusiastic draftsman set about sketching him. , ���������    ,  At the end of half au hour Menzcl  looked up from his work. ."There."  said he, "that will do'tiicejy! Gel back  ,on the scaffold. XVn have had our rest.  Let us get back to work again."       ' .   .  What the model said is left to the  render's imagination.  Those of us who had stepped on dock  ihe ' ri.'-'gir.".   while  the  others'  scrambled hprriedly back into tho boat'!  Our-posit inn in the rigging was, dan-'  gci'ous in ihe eK'.ivn.o. It, was more  (ban nm-Vlife u ii,-? worth to-flUeinpt  P.)'run ihe gautlei of ihose fierce, starving rodent.-, and to remain j^  giiig wa.s ePiiially ir.iji.":ictie:iblu. [ ^J.+ 'A ,i>  At 3n*-"t wo cut nil' some loose'ropes, \ P^AjT  knotted .lliein into convenient lengths '^t,'^^  and. so armed, dc-cendod nnd fought li^i^fr:  our way through the siinealhig hordes' ^.^^  and evcntunlly-sue.-ee.lcd*-in beating a  passage fo the be.!I.  II seemed as if th'e rats knew the impending fate ol the vessel,'for they no  Soulier saw r.s'o'Yor the side than they  began fo swarm down lhe ropes and  try lo on Ier tho boat. It' was wi.lh difli-  culfy 'fhnt;wc could beat thcni off before casting clear., And .they squeaked  iu a horrible manner as ywe rowed '  away. ��������� ,  A   i'aw  hours   Infer  the  Gothenburg  City went to piece.-,.      '   ���������>  T IR "ST  ooteijnv  v e  t\ /r.-,Vi  -!.-<? s'.  *?- fit iii  -4. Jf PA  ^?^"  A,$P:  "~"i ��������� ���������..-_  -  ���������*- ri~^.  31|:r  ,' ft*?*  AS^  -  <f<: Jx  4*  i ���������j't*  How   31 iiylie  Kcid   M'on   IIi'h   Ilrulc.  Il was through his novel. ������������������The Scalp  Hunters," that Captain .Mayno Heid  wonn bride. He was 30 years old  .when 'he nict a damsel of 13. with,  whom he nt once fell in love. The  child took no notice of him, but he  gave her the story to read, ns'effective  n manner of courting in this nineteenth  century as, ever was Othello's in an  earlier one. Two years later the young  lady was .it a public meeting where  Captain Herd spoke ou behalf of the  Polish refugees. "\a electric thrill  seemed to pass'through mc ns he entered the room," she said afterward,  and when the meeting was over she  went up t.o hi in. "I leave for Loudon  on the next train," lie said,hurriedly.  ."I'luase seud me your address."  "1 do uot know where," she replied'  \vill) some embarrassment. He iu-  staiitly banded out his card and was  frolic.' A formal little note followed:  "Dour Captain Kcid���������As you asked mo  to scud yolt my address, I do so." l'-y  return of post came the answer: "Only  sny that yoti love mo and I will be  wilh you at once," and then.the reply,  "I think I do love you."  <-    7.1 oi;inert.  The head ,of the household was late  getting homy. He'was v^ry late. ,������It  wa's, long p-'i-t midnight. Indeed ,the  little clock on the hall mantel had just  struck :'o'clock when he came walking  in., lie had been' out with the boys,  and his wife rqpronched him.'-  ">Vhy, it's early y'ct.   'it's,not late."  , Just then the clod: sounded one, two,  three. ���������  The wife looked at him with grim  rebuke, lie caught her eye and jerked  out I his reply:  '���������Well,' now. if you w.-uit,' lo,, believe  Chat darned i?l_.."b 'clock before your  dear husband,  it's all right."  It'was a similar occasion, only more  so. At this time lie was a little drimk-  eiuthiiu u.-u.il. His"slop was unsteady,  butel,ic'liad nol,lost h'is courteous manners. Sho mot him nl the front, weeping reproachfully.  . "Oh,   ".John,"    she    pleaded,    "what  makes you do this way?"  "Vou are���������hie���������so awfully pretty-  hie," he said, malting an .extravagant  bow and l.r-sbig her. "that I like to���������  hie���������to see you double." <���������    "���������  And-she   put   him'  tenderly   to   bed,-  sillied  his forehead the next morning  ind forgot about,, the scolding she had  fully determined to .���������iduiinis'ter to him.  ���������.Missouri Kxcelsior.  ������  ���������A;"������' .  4px*&  a  -" -if 5  ' *-*-i-.  il  4''f',  T  4*  Jl't.'&rip  rf  4f  4*.,j,  We. have always "bs'e'n noted for the  ne; quality of-our'work���������tiia^s ,why..we  -������������������-.."*','      ���������      *      ���������   "        '���������.'  ��������� , - .''���������.-,  re  always  busy.       Qheap  and  inferior  printing" costs the sanie as good printing*,  ��������� \ .    ", . ���������      * , ������������������ ' -' ������������������    '���������. ���������      ������"���������  ''  therefore  why  not-.get the best.       Our  prices are always reasonable.   f If in need  of fipe printingf, ^rite or call on us at once,  ^7������������-  \i iv:  ������,  ���������^9P&"  _t,i ^9     **i *.  4^<*������  -5* JV   ^V-  T9prr  W'*2->   ,  H t ���������-  ti& ���������  -4**9.-A  fl*& x  His   Vote.  "Well, sub;" sahhtjie old time colored  voler, "do ways or de candcrdate is  past lindin out. All do year I been Ink  one cry in in de wilderness, en no man  'spoil (er my cry. I holler I'or bread,  cii (ley give me a llelgian block en .".U  d;iys. l'hi now look at'em! 'Ledc-liuii  time crune ul'. rn bless C;d ef de.v ain't  pay my hou^e icirt. took do tnui tLirv  off my mule, settl'* ni.v street t:i.\ on  gimme enough oie cloze ter go tei  proncliiu. En all I got ter my nanu* is  one vote en dor rheumatism!"���������Atlanta  Constitution.  A   Floi'iii  \(HEohloctl.  'Why.speak of the lovely painted tril*-  liums, with their three daintily crinkled petals, streamed vvitii rose purple?  1 snys IJrndford Torrey in The Atlantic.  ��������� One aflor another 1 gathered lliein  (pulled them, to speak with poetic Ii*L-  oraluess), each fresher aud handsomer  (linn the one before it till the white  stems made a hntidl'ul. *  "Oh," said ;i man ou a hold pia/cz.a  as, I returned, "I soo" you have nose-  blood." 1 was putting my hand to my  'pocket, wondering why I should have  been tnkeirso childishly, wheu it came  over me what lie nieiust. Lie was looking at the. trillinms.nuil explained, iu  nnswor to a question, that he had always hoard them called nosebleed.  Somewhere, then���������I omitted to inquire  Where���������this Is their "vlilgar" tin inc. ��������� III  Franconia lhe people call them LJenjil-  inins, which has a -pleasant n'blic-al  sound���������belter than hosehloed. at nil  (���������vents���������though, to niy thinking, tril-  II ii in is preferable to either of them  both for sound nud for sense.  we are never too busy to attend to all orders.^!*  '* ' ' ...- , ,    ���������   . .   - A69.JL.  < *2*9.*%>  t?f  4*9*%>  -.   i    S-,-j.   sT .-j.   *   --S   fy   3-   *>���������   ���������*   -S   -1-   ->     >���������������   ->   -5   ���������*   -���������������   ������    -������   -t-   -t-   ���������*   *   -*'. t    ���������*���������   -'    ���������*    ->���������   -i- *-">-. ~    -<    St.   jx ���������'--   k   s    .������      jy   Sjt   Ii   a $f ^w^*cl  .���������^^���������^.-^���������'^^������������������^���������^.���������-^^������������������^^������������������^������'*|^^'*^I-^-fet^ ���������^-^.���������^-^^.���������^-^.���������^-^.���������rf-'-^\^-^*<f--3-:*'t-;-'S.WJ---^ --J--3.0.        ^���������^&-H^&^&-^&^&-^S.iG^.>4^$.Zf^=\c^-=s-^  Ir'   -Ir ' -ir    -fc    -^' -ir    St    -fc    -<t:    -l*-    *���������    tt    -ir   -tt    -iz    -rr    -fi    IX    -t'    -ff    -*--    **-;     --    -*r    -<r    ir    -Sr , ^    -U    -������    -ft:    -*.-    *������r    -������r    -f<    Ir    -ir    %���������    -ir    -ir    <-    -U    -U    ttz    -������r    -t-    *���������    f.    ^-  H-'^4*4*-:##*w*w  Sfs.T  ^.i -v.: ^-5T^ '     :  .1.  iJii- 5..S  O  , "B  mperial  ���������l03f,enay Railway & .    ; ocean STEAMSHIPS  Navigation Company,'  <?  Limited.  OporatiiiK Kasjo & Slocan Railway.  Tntoriiiitional N-avifffilion &Tradiii{j  Compiiny.  Royal Mail Liecc.   '  Chcareat Route to tho Old Countryt  -    ALLAH LIXE-Froni Slontrcnl  I Tiiiiismn  -      -      - ,   .      .      .'     .      JU|je ft  -N-ii.Midiii. -    ' -       -       .       :      Jt,]v7  ,' ((���������������������������intiiiiui   ;  "ii  j 1'ni'isiiui     ..... ,   . ������������������   oj  , TiniiMJui     ... .       xwt "  ))  DAILY TOURIST  OARS  i  To  While miti Red WIiicb.  White and rod wines owe thoir .difference to the fact that, while the former Is permitted to ferment without  the grape skirts, these are allowed to  remain in lhe ease o( the ln.t--r The  color of the grapes miikes no ."..''.'ere;:ee  -whatever to the color of the wine  Which they produce, for the juice of  all grapes Is as nearly ms ,passible colorless. For. instance, lhe grape which  yields eli!inii-j)'-r!!c I.s nhiiu.st black in  i> Ut ward njipcjiniki'.  Hiii-d  l.rifk.  Perry .Pateiic���������Please, lady, help a"  poor man wnt's bin outer work . for  more'" a  v ear.  Kind Lady��������� Mere's n i|i!nrter, poor  nuin. Can't you Iind anylliing at all  'to do'.'  ��������� Perry Pate tie-No. lady. It's ;o long  since 1 done a job o' work dat I duu't  tink I'd rockeriiize ono now if it come  up an took ils hat eff ter me.���������Philadelphia Press.  ST.   PAUL,  Wednesday and Suncky  To TORONTO',  Every   Friday  MONTREAL     rmcl  BOSTON.  And  Schedule of Time���������Pacific Standard Time  Kllcctivc Tcb. 1st. ltmu.  Kaslo St Slocan Railway  Passomrer train for Sandon and way slat inns  leaves Kaslo nt 8 n.in.: fin iiy, ict.iirnin^. Ion ves  Sandon at 1.15 p.m., arrivjny at Kaslo .'1.-3J p.m.  International Navigatioji and Trading  , .     Company  (Iperatiiig on Kootcnay bake .uul Itivor.  !S.H. IXTKHX.xrioxAi. leu v e*- Kaslo for NcKiui  al li a.m. daily except Sunday: rctui-iiiiiK, leave-**  XeNon at l.'M) p.m.. eiillintj at Piitfoui*. I ilot,  l!ay. Ainsvvortli. .'lid all way pohils; eoiineot.-  with S. l<\ & X. train to'and from Spokane, at  Five Mile Point.  DOMINION LINiv-J-'ioiii Montreal.  Vancouver J|y.  lleiiiiliii.il t  I'aiiibl'ourin ' .    ��������� .       "  t  UEAVKIl LLVL-Froin Monlrcal.  bake Chaiiiplain  bake Metruntio   ���������  I ake Stiperioi'  1 ake Ontario  Ltisitani'i  July I  -   Jl  "   t.*j  "   2o  Aiiu-. 1  Lardo-Duncan Division  AM Kit   AbHICIt'l*A.  Slcmicr All.cit.i lea v <���������-. K.i-lu for  Ai-,'. iil.i .it t:.i" p.m. V\'(.diie*j(Ia.v *-.  bardu and  10  I'ii*.henpei*s tk-ki'lcd throu^li lo all pan* ol  (b-eiil hi-ilaili aiid Ireliitid.aiid at Kpeel'illv low  i.itcslo all purls of the Kim-pum euii'inciii.  Applj lo nearest railway or .-leiinisliip ayent or  T.   W. BKADSHAW.   Agent.   Revelstoke.  ,<i.  The first coffee house-in London vras  opened iu IS~>'2 by the Greek servant of  a Turkey merchant.  passing Revelstoke as follows :  Eastbound 4:45,  ���������Westbound 21:34,  >.'lt ."!'.'.!.-'-''"'������������������    |,i*..ir >|i .J   III"!"1;.'      I'i    ���������'-  ���������ll'C'.'.!'.".!.. 'I'l'l   It l'l lit.'   l"]")'-    V*. '���������(."'       !.'"'Ii'. -I.  'licicU-. pul'l ti) all I'uint^ ui   C.uia't.i and tin.  United Slates.  To  ascertain   rules    and   full    information,  addi*'.:���������:   '  KOhKItT lliVINO,  S tf  Manager. Ka-=lo, I!. (.'.  S. S- "Lardeau."  I:imiii.i % Iii nvein Arrov\la-i(I mid Tin im.-i.h*-  !,.ni.|iii'_' . (iii.'inciiciiix .lune I'i. UK,*", "ill jail ,i-.  lii|ln\\������ i\*.. ,ii P. i- prnnii tiii^'i:  b'.ni     Allien))....I    In*   'I |.(.tn-( ii*,   Lji'dm^-  ��������� ii-J i i. in.ii'is-. u' il*. 'hul;-.  l.-,r,.    II......-,  !   \i>"������!"..."!   ,:i   l.'l .  .l.n!*  1 . I', b. I iv! it - aii'l Lu.il.-.  "I I,.   0".\ ������.'.'!      ...   . . \ ,- (.1,^   .  of -.llllll^..  HllIlouL IlullLL.  Tirr; n;i:n i;oiuxsox lu-mukkco. ltd.  K. itomxsox,  Managing Director.  ' l!!"!"!?.- ,!'"J (.'on  ���������'���������1  a.  It requires three .vomit, before many  species of birds acquire their mature  pliuuage. '  .-(  Sinnll kindncpes. small cntirtcsios,  s;n:i!l eonsideiatioii?, li.ibiliially nme-  lind in our social intoroour*-o. gi^e a  .creator charm to the character than  the di'-play of ii'.vm talen-s and acccui-  riissbnhjaiq,  IMPERIAL   LIMITED."  P.suii'hh-'t.s fiiri-.i.shi'd fn-e  J. CbYLE, T. W. BRADsSHAW,  A. G. P. A . Agent,  Va:iccu.'������-i*, P.G.  n6f6|;9teli"*S.  Canadian PaciOc Navigation Co. L'd  ALASKA   ROUTE.  Steamers for Wrantrel. Juneau and Skngwrty  leave Victoria  Every Wednesday at 8 p. m.  and Vaneouver |  Every Thursday at 2 p. m.  Stentnei-i for Xorlliorn   l^ritisli  Colnnibin ports  lenvc Victoria and Vancouver weekly.  Italf.s, etc., on application to  C. R. UAXTKIt.  ytncial ]'a=scii������'yr J.gdr.z.  Viototla, B, V.  (.'ji.,!i(.eliii(;  v. ith all  :ht to thaiu'c ti^c*-,  B-AUIB & ASH.DIOPT,  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,  MINING ENGINEERS.  Surveyors of Mines, Mineral Claims and Crown  Lands.  VANCOUVER,' B. C.  ������ 1  THE KOOTEKA.Y MAIL  ti  9.  ti  9.  ic<:  ���������\  9  y  C:  '9  ti  9  ti  9  ti  9  ti  9  ���������ti  3  ti  9.  ti  9  ti  9  ti  9  ti  9  ti  9  ti  J  ti  9  9  Pi  Photographic  Supplies  ;d a Ihi-l'u 5,  We  have jiibl openi  yhipmciit of,     '  Cameras,  Kodaks,  6  $  $  9  Chemicals, 9  ���������, ti  9  plates, films and everything re.- gfi  quired for1 thi; amateur photo-.'?,  graphs. Call and see them, -v  K very thi 11 tf new and up to date ^  at the 9  .    . I  CanadaDrag&BookCoi  i  ti  9  '9i  Revelstoke Station.  rtX-yr&i* &^&&&'i>Xi������Pi'kk-������i'&&'isL  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  .Mrs. J. JlecLor, of Nakusp, is in town,  was    in    town   Suiidav  Dr.    Droit,  evaniiiff.      ������������������  will he invited to participate in the  day's sports and review. Bicycle races,  athletic sports of all kinds and military  drill and manoeuvres will be arranged  for. Negotiations are in progress to  have the 0. P. Ii. give reduced fares  for-thai day. Subscription lists will  bj opened up and all donations are' to  go to the supplying of hand.-.oine prizes.  A bhoulitig competition will probably  take place^between the Kevelstode and  Kamloops 1-t. M. ll.'ss. A strong "coin-  inittee has the ari-angeinent of the  details of the day's celebration in hand  and froni what we can already learn a  thoroughly enjoyable day's sports, etc.,  will be the outcome.���������Sentinel.  Damon and Pythias.  The Clara Mathes Company have  arf-anged to play Damon and Pythias  under' the auspices of the Knights of  Pythias. Thercompany is said loogive  an excellent performance of this great  play, scenery and costumes for' which  are expected today from New York.  All the knights and their fair ladies  will he presented at this performance  which is expected to he one of 'lio  most successful of the season. Tickets  niay he obtained from the Knights of  Pythias and from the Canada Drug &  Uook-Co. .    ,    -_-  SAWMILL PLANT- TO BE, ERECTED  Dr. McKechnic came  coast this morning.  in   from   (he  A. M.' Craig was'up from   Thomson's  Landing yesterday. '  ���������', j\Ir. and Mrs. M. V.  Scott left, on a  viait to the Okanagan.' ,     ���������  , M. Petti piece brought liis pack train  in from the Okanagan this morning. .  T. D. Pickard leaves tonight for the  coast to take part iu the Provincial  J?ifit* Association shoot. ' ��������� " ,*. ���������  -J. M. Kellie and parly returned Sun-  d.iyevening from Carries creek ��������� haying  completed their survey work.  The govcriior-generalV pat ty passed  through Sunday evening coming in on'  a special at 7:1.5 and leaving with No, 1.  I-'mnislied room-* to Id.  J. C. Iliitcbi-iOi), opposite  ���������Ai niy barracks.  Apply  to  Salvation  ' Pete Moore came in from Rogers  Pass Sunday evening and spent yesterday  in   town.    1I>" says-they  have  ' the new station building almost completed.  ��������� .}. O".'Morgan has leased his. barber  shop to .J. Siddoll who vvill continue  the business. .Mi*. Morgan left Sunday evening for a business trrpcthroiigh  the Okanagan and will'return shoitlv.  At Or Near Revelstoke if Timber Limit  ' Investigation Proves Satisfactory.   *  Saturday evening there arrived in  Ihe city Arthur S. Potter and J. ii. Mc-  intire. of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, for  the purpose of investigatihg limber  limits in Big Bend. f If investigation  proves satisfactory it is ^expected that,  in the near" future a large, milling  plant will be built soiripwhere in the  vicinity of Reyelstoke , or elsewhere  along the, river. ��������� \  - Mr. Potter* was here two years ago  and spent considerable .-time' with a  cruiser on the. timber limits in the  vicinity of Gold Strpjini, also looking  over- the ground with a,view of selecting a suitable mill site. Mr. Mclntiro  is hero with him representing large  financial interests'and it is hoped that  he may be favorably impressed with  our locality for biisiries*-.  The limits represented contain o7,-  oOl) acres chiefly cedar with ' percentages' of white pine and, spruce.  The iuill proposed to be built will have  a eapacilv of 1UU.WJ feet per dav. At  present the file for the mill has 'not  been definitely detenuitied but in any  case it will be l.ouked upon as a valuable addition to-tho industr'it.'s of lhe  district all of which is more or less  tributary to Kevelstoke. Our citizens  would be pleased if a suitable site  could be decided upon here. "  Tiie party  will   leave  for  the  Bend  tomorrow   morning  taking pack and,  saddle horses.*  A Mnliog-ftn-f Cement.  Melt beeswax four ounces, then add  Indian red oue ounce, aud enough yellow ocher to produce the required tint.  Use enough to fill up holes and cracks  In the mahogany.  In the western Islands-of Scotland'  there is uo industry -which exerts so  much influence upon the conditions of  life as the herring fishery.  Statistics of accidents sliotv that an  American can travel by rail 72,000,000  miles before iu the la*w of averages It Is  hli>i turn lo bo killed.  For Sale  freighting business  Our livery and  willi stage line and mail contract iu  connection, including -15 head of  horses, harness, saddles, stages, freight  wagons and ore sleiglrs.  Any pari of above sold  to suit purchaser.    For particulars apply to  CRAIG *iiid HILLMAN,  Thomson's Landing, B. C  Kootenay Lodg-e  No. 15 A.F. & a;m.'  The regular meeting*!  V'3-5^ .,   are held in the Alas-  Kr">C^       onio Temple. Hoiirno  ^""^^.Hall,  on   the ��������� third  Al oiulay   in  each  month  at   ,S  p.   m.  Visiting   brethren  cordially welcomed.  J. PRATT   SECKETARY.  REVELSTOKE! LODGE, I. O. O. F��������� No. 25.  Regular meetings arc held  In Oddfellows' Hall every  Thursday night al, eight  o'elock.- Visiting brothers  cordially welcomed.  N. T. EDWARDS. K.G.       J. A. STONE, Sec  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday  evening in Oddfellows'  Hall at a o'elock.  Visitiny brethren cor-  'dially invited to at-  .   '   -   :-    tend.  -���������  13. TTAKBURV, N. CP<      -* AW MATHIE, Sec  The Clara,,Mathes Company.  Thu Clara'Mathes Company  opened  their three night's   engagement iu the  opera   house  last   night in the highly  An   interesting'cricket    game     w;is ��������� aniusini; and   successful coined v-draum  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I. 6. F, No. 3161.  *.*  Meet-? in the Oddfellows  Hall on the'second and  fourth Mondays of each  month. 'Visiting brethren   invif';d   tu  attend.  Ci W  MITCIMiLU  Jt. a.  Gold Range Lodge,  K. of P., No. 26,  RovoIstoke.B.C.  Meets every Wednesday in Odd Fellows'  Hall , at 8 o'elock.  Visiting Knights in-  , vited.  J. W. CUOSS.'M.D..  c c  W. WINSOR,'    :  K. OF R. & S.  played on .Saturday between team**  captained respectively by Maley <-ind  Siiiiinons resulting in a win for the  latter hy'iO runs, the score beine* :i'{ to  oo runs. _ ���������  .1. Ii. l^a-Mon, ,lh.* popular  for the Bather A: Kills Co..  was in town,vest.-rd-iy on bi-  f.U two veil ��������� '���������!'.' :'i'J Wiiir-l  was   (iIf   duty   thiough   *ickne-*  traveller  Toronto,  first vi������'.t  .'inn    he  .Mr.  [vision will now make hi*>"h('.i(l(|ii,irtPis  al. Winnipeg, his firm having decided  that the we-tern count rv needed  more  U," Browns in Town."    The opera house ���������  ! was packed and the audience was more j  j than pleaded   vvit!) the evening's euter-  ; tainnieiit. '   Tiie ieadiug character G.  I CholmoirJe.ly Brown as represented by  1 Mr. M.   W.  Marsh, was exceptionally  good and kept the audience convulsed  with laughter.    Miss Clara Mathes as  .Mrs. Merrv weather, a charming young  widow   en.^vged   to'Mr.   iJrovvn.   sustained her part   in her own inimitable  style.     Miss   Kinnia   Ma'tlie*   ni   Mrs.  Miss Ptissie  Le-tpj* as Jean-  U.'flOLDiail  ANALYTICAL CHJSMIST AND  ASSAYER.   '  i 0- i  ' Royal School of Mines, Loudon.  Seven years at Morfa Works, Swansea.  - Seventeen   years  Chief  Chemist  to "Wigan  Coal nnd Iron Co.; Eng. '   ,  Late Chemist and As-ayer, PTall Mines. Ltd.*  Kvery description  of assay  and  analytical  work undertaken, '       4 <  Claim.- examined and reported upon.  KEVKLSTOKK. H. C. 1  II  eVKVKV (t McCAItTKIt  Goods at Your Own Price.  25 Per  ^      _      >.      ���������       _      _     ���������"������������������    *^   ^���������    ���������   ������������������    "���������     "^       ���������     "^^*    ^^     ���������       "=���������    ~^"   "^^   ���������s*     ���������       ���������"     ���������"     ���������     "=^    ^^    ^"    TT  ��������� -v  .        *$?  Cent Reduction on.���������=sssss> ,..<&?  Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Water Cooler and Water '<ftn  Filters, Screen Doors and Windows, Lawn Sprinklers, Coal, ^  Oil Stoves. '    ���������".���������..      :   i  4������ All First Quality Goods.     Make a Note Of It. <$������  <5y .���������.,...,., _.,,., _,J,.. t|i  I W.   M.   LAWRENCE, $  ^ HARDWARE .    -       STOVES    ' -       TINVVARE?   ,      ^  Wl  ,jf i  ,i)  ���������I  GREAT OLE-A='R-T'-KrQ-&-iU'r=:B!  Jtxi.uJLJ.'i^T~fJXxrJLJJJJ AT  COST PRICE  POR CASH ONLY  Flour, Wheat, Shorts, Bran; ���������**   -���������, ' ������������������%'���������  _ ...    v Family. Groceries'&'"'Farm Produce.  Savage ' Bros., Second Street.'  .FIRE, & LIFE- INSURANCE, AGENTS,  -^b������"^nNOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC.  FIRST   STREET,   REVELSTOKE. .  DRESS   WELL  'Lord Chesterfield was undoubtedly ri^ht" when lie declared liis  belief thai most people formed some opinion of ;i man's sense nnd'  character from his dress.- The inclination to dress well is shown  , by the number who come here to' be clothed. They cun'ie here  because .if our ability lo give-them the correct and", proper jj-iir-  < ments. They get , the best qualities j the be.r'1 Lriinmintfs ; the  best work'; the'best fit that's to'bh had.    They get cxclusiveness.'  U .       JO.  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.  Our Assortment of1    , \,  CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS,  STRAW MATTINGS  WALLPAPERS,  DRAPERY GOODS,  Elc, is (he Largest in'the West.,'.  Samples Free on Request,  i. \  1 i  SM* Victoria, B.C.  THE.  ���������e%������T3w  ai tciil ion. .-ind will make at,  \ iMf-. a yenr to hi-. eu.-.t onicr*  least    two  The Iicv-el-ldke City n.-ind on Friday  t-viTiiiiLC vi-id'il I In* (������������������tinpinu; party and  ���������.���������ii-  cii  r-ei eiuuled it. :ill liand*- liavinij an  j.iya I.I.'I'V.'iniiu'. .Mr. I.atii.M'y w.e.  Ii.iihI and i-sprci��������� ed ,i litipc thai in the  liiloii' Ilic l'-iiid w.inld iii'ii e fVi'ijUfiil ly  Le luMtd in "Thf I'.uk." On lln- i e -  t in n a .*-io|) u ,r* ni-oh' ,i I tin.' i f-iilrjKT  nl Mr. and Mi**. .\.' Willi,iin-,011 where  tho hoy-, were accorded a warm reception and a few selections were  rendered.  Labor Dav i.s to he celebrated in  Kaniloops this year iivn manner hitherto quite unknown here. The Rocky  Mountain J-Jan^er.s have decided upon  taking the holiday up and holding a  day of royal military sport-, and ath-  letic contents, concluding wilh a banquet in the evening. The,!). O. ('. is'  expected here from Victoria on that  date ami the Ja.   11.   Ii.   of Iu-\ c-Moke  Fane and  uette were also go^id in their respective  I role'';,       Mr,    I're.-tmi   as   lt.tph.-u-i  di  ! Rivola, made a fir.sl class villain, while  ; Mr,    Jteid     ���������������������������������������������    Atr*    IFerbert   Y.uic,  l;irrd.  Mesi-'i-.s.    W^ht"!!,   Simpson  and  Ijelilnian in   the  minor   parts were all  ijood.       The    ^pccialtic    belwcrn the  a>-t*-i ui'H' of a high rl.is-. ( haiacter and  kept     llie    aiidieii-..- < in     '.'.j-id   liUiijor.  1 T'.-ni'.-lit,   thi.*.   (.ileiit.'-d   ('oinj.,i!iv  mil  , j.iudiiic tlif; graudci. of   diaiu.i*-, '��������� In  I gonial-, the   I i-w barian."      Mr. J-'ie**ton  ! i*.   oik; of  the few joimg men w ho can  play lugoinar, while   tho Tribune sa)'.s  '���������Miss    .Mathes    has      nevpj-    looked,  dressed or   acted   better   than  in Par-  thenia."    Ws bespeak a bumper house 1  again to night  U-VKHlSTEllS, SOhlCITOHS, 13TC.  OFKICE8 :     5roiiBO\3    TiASli    BhOCK,     ItBVKI,-  DTorci-;, )}.(.!.-  Moncj- to J0.111.  Olllw--: KcvolHl.okc. H. f',: 1-Virl, Slcele, Ft. C.  0(���������:<.. H. Mi<: \uti-i'.. .1. A. FIauvkv.  |{..'W'!,itol'.i>, li, (".        - Kori, Steele. H. ('.  J.  \Y. CHOSS, M. O.  riL'U(il-:uy T() THK (V |\ l(., CITY UJSALTII  OKt-'ICKIt.  Oillcf:: T:i\.),)r Itlork, Mackcii/cie Avenue.  Badminton Hotel  VANCOUVER.  RATES   $2.50   PER    DAY.  WAH   CHANG,  UKAI.Klt   IN  Fancy Goods, Japanese aiul  "Chinese   Novelties   and   Silk  Goods, Bamboo Work, Ruttan  Chairs, and Crockery Ware,  A I.HO  ,];ruits and Confectionery. l  Your Pocket-book  may be low but nobody sees it, but  it your.clotlics aro .ilmbbr tlmt  sett lcs it, nobody wants to know vou.  1 Liuho.s or Gents Tailor Blade ClotboM  reiiiured and cleaned in yood siylc.  Call or send post curd.  Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.  I^diblishcd 13 year.-.  Strictly Union Labor Shop.  u  eanuness;  is next to Godliness.":  REVELSTOKE  Opposite the Post Oflice,  Front St. Revelstoke, B.G:  u  scavenger  you   want  your  work done tin a clean and  economical    way   send   a  ��������� '     card lo  FRANK SAUNDERS,  Rdvclstokc Station.  STEAM  LAUNDRY  l-*< 11<  mSi First-  Class  TKACHF.R WANTfCt)  I''or ('niimt'lix .q,,lif������'>  f-frlilleutc.     Du tie  Ifioo.   -iil.iry  S,Vi   ).'  fjiidlillc il ion** Lo  Inrly preferred, holding  to   eoiiiineliee  Aii^,   l.'ltli,  inonlli.     Apply   -((ntiiitc  J. YY. KAllfHALU  *^j*uiwi]i*>u������MI-J'li.|ieim^J*Lj.Jjii������. jj*jew;!v: ui ,^u.j>i  Highest Ctibh Pricr: Pai-.l fjr  Work  l'l.'ATI-:  Ol-' IMI'I'OYOIKNT:  -r>--  All i-liipmenl,- nrc ox.'iinined by mc a.s  soon us I lu:.\ iirrivc. I'ronipt rehirns ns-  sureil. Prices are too biKb to witrrant  boIdiiiK (,'oods for any length of time.  Yon should keep ported on the returns  yon gel, from  G. W  BALDWIN,  V. 0. Ho\ %i Agent, for Jn.s. Ullninn  Winnipeg, Man.  ,i!i;i i;.  Alice. Ali.'e Kr.ielioi), Itoiiiituii lCing. Crown  I'oinl. Gloucester. I/ist Clmnce miiicral  claims, siMiiitert in the I levels! okc "Mining  Division of Wost Kootenay District. Where  located :   On Ground Hog Dasin.  Take notice tlmt, I. William A. Pauor, agent  fori). II. Wilson, free miner's certificate No. IJ  ���������1178:1. I "rank Young, free miner's certifinte Xo.  H II7S.-J. .1. II. IToare. freo miner's certificate No.  I* In'IKi. intend, sixty days from the date bereof,  tonpplylo the .Mining Itccordcr for a Certificate of Improvements, for llio purpose of obtaining a Crown Grantof the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  ���������section 37. must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvement-.  Dated this 1-lth day of June, 1900.  e-t'iry-Traimre!  Coiiuph/.', U, C,     j  GIVE US ATRIAL  P.   BUKIEJR,   Proprietor.  Piiotiti  4a.  WILLIAM A. HA UK] J.  )l  '���������' 'i  ll  -A]  n  r 1   ���������(


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