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 provincial Library    J"e 99  PUBLISHED   TUESBAy _A.2SnD   ^JEtTJD^TST.  Vol. 7.���������No. 36.  REVELSTOKE, B. ,C, JUNE 8, 1900.  $2.00 a Year.  v     ������     *     -������.     ������r    *^*   *V   "V*     ������������������������     *���������     *     <������>    t?*   Tp   *5T   ~   "v*   -jr   ~y   "*r   Tjr    ~  "^*   v   "sr   T(r   "jr  TP*   "������t  the  LEADING STORE  TO EVERYBODY:  We   arc   Lrivinr>"   away- "all   kinds ,of   Dress Goods,  mi. ���������.? O s l r '  ($������������������ Shirt,,"Waists, Silks.   Satins, Hosiery, Men's  and   Boys'  Mf Clothing", Hats, Caps, Ca'rpets, Oilcloths, etc., etc.  * '     \ ri i      * . . ���������'..._. .1. ' . . . .  ';r$������  MM  '   A FAMILY QUARREL     "  Raging in the Tory. Camp Interesting  Developments Expected..  4> y������u wii  All we ;isk in return, is'enough money to make you   t  that you haven't i>"ot ahead���������o������=us^and~vve guarantee  i.  1 be satisfied..    So will.wc.  . MCKENZSE-AVENUE, REVELSTOKE, B.C.  ^*J^####wi4>> <$j������|j(|jc$><j>i|fcjj<{fcfK^ <{}<^^<tj<$M{j<$<^<f><^  l( T:  Just Tel!  Thorn  lial Yon Saw Ie and TherWiil Know the Best"  \j..  tin i������*v<*  ���������PAID'UP CAPITAL    ���������'  "RESERVE'        ' -"'���������     ,  ���������  . _ general banking business li'iuiMiclu.l.  J; D/lOLSON,'lanap/-;-'  '0 Ottawa, June '2:-- Probably (lit* ino-st,  .interesting item in political circles this  week is a   nice  little ,family   quarrel  which is raging in the tory camp.    Developments are   being   watched   with  'much amusement by, liberals and  the  public at large, though' tho trouble .is  an ordinary one and so far present* no  startlingly     original     feature?.     Mr.  Robert Birmingham the widely-known  tory organize! in Ontario,��������� a position  wliich he has held for the greater  part  of two decades,--has  made a prenip-  tory demand upon Sir Charles   Tupper  for payment of his salary,, "the modest  some of .$1,500 a   year,"  which   he declares was personally guaranteed  him  by the worthy baronet,  but wliich  he  claims isseriously in  arrears.    Tf'this  demand,   which  upon   the face  of , it,  would appear'reasonable be  not conceded, Mr. Birmingham darkly suggests  thai, he willniake public, evidences of  electoral "crookedness   in  high  places  within the   tory  circle in  connection  with the elections all the way from 1SS2  to 1890. ' ���������.',      ���������  Had the UKitter gone no further than  personal coinmunication  between  Mr.  Birminghani and Sir Charles the public  would probably  never heard of it,   but  Mr. Birmingham   is evidently acting,  with a'disgruntled wing of the party  who lire by no ineans happy under.'the  pivscntle.aders.hip, and'iio sooner-had*  he/despatched  his ultimatum  to Sit*  Charles than  he communicated it to  the'Toronto eWorld which promptly  published"  il.'   Under,  these    circumstances Sir Charles had no iilternative  -Uian-to |M������I. .*i'l������������rfd^fiTc������Miti:it  and-"dai*e-  "x r-I,500,"0������>OTMr.';BiftiiingliHin   to' do   his Avor&t,  Interestnliowco'Dii-dcDosits at'cun������iifnitp>. "''' ?|-Tnerci.sW intenlioirhoweverof alle/w-'  -ing'liim' toklo-soj'nieaiis-will lie found.  -W:padFytt������e irate or ganizerand restore'  'Witli "One of Wilson's .Suits on, made up the-Very Best.  Scotch Tweeds, Irish Tweeds anf Worsteds of the Yery Best Around;:  And more than that We'll .Tell You, Youp Cloths ape Made.in.Town.  ���������������  f   MOLSONS   BANK  Incorporated by act of Parliament 1855'.  '.HEAD OFFICE*       ��������� T.   - - -    MONTREAL,'  ,   ������ ' . - - ���������      ,   j -       -- '  ,s. -        War. Molsox Magtherson, Pres.      S.fH. Ewing, Vice-Pres.  F. WoLFi-sit'STAN Thomas; General' Manitger  ��������� lii' t ��������� ���������,������ -  $2; 000,000  ������$���������"-  ���������ii���������iiiiiiKiiirtwaw  ���������^^^^e^^S^g^b^^^^^^^2^^&^^^0^&(^g^%g^.  CTORS OF REVELSTOKI  WEST KOOTENAY:  -at:leastia���������Seirtblaficeof fieaee and amity  to the tory dove-cot u.ilil after llicgen-  eral elect ions'.  v ,  Considerable comment has been occasioned in this connection by llu> coincident of Sir Charles Topper's significant  announci'iiienl from Iris sent in the  house the other day t hat ire woulel lead  his party in the* next cainp.tign. Jt is  an open secret "that wide-spread dissatisfaction with his leadership exsis-ts  in an influential section of liis Ontario  snpporters^and the present ruction is a  direct outcome of lhat dissatisfaction!  ���������Sir Charles thought t hal by thus taking  the bull by the horns to choke off that  opposition nnd compel the party to  hold together- by tlie^ instincts of self-  preservation. ' It remains', to lie seen  what success will-attend liis-bold, coup  d'eta t. , .'''.'  .A great'record.    Under  the  caption'  of "Tho work of the Dominion Covejrn-  ment," the Toronto Clobe   publishes  a  li.-t of useful mcastueo and  progrendive i  developineiitsaccniiipli-'hed in U^s than  four"yejars  that   the   prusenl. aiimiuis-  tration has   been ��������� in   power.    Tlie  list  contains no'les.s"than forty-three' items,  and half dozen of which would make,a  creditable'record for any government.  Every interest in the country has been-  caied   for and  advanced,  capital  has  been encouraged   and  labor'has  been  protected, agriculture aided and manufactures advantaged,   the   new -settler  helped and the old" resident benefitted,  new territories opened  up,   transportation improved aiid cheapened and'the  condition of the coiintiy'aud its people  of all ranks and classes made the better  by wise and progressive legislation.  To encourage business.   Foi  the encouragement and development of commerce, completed; the harbol*,facilities  of Montreal have  been   improved and  .enlarged;'Ji couti^iet,.has  been, signed  "witli.if strong '"syndicate/ of capitalists,  for the erection of huge grain elevators  at  Montreal and . Fort. Colbutne,   the  constriiction'of a fleet of iuodcru*grain  ���������cairiers andthe rapid development'  of  Gil\tlkmex,���������In  seeking the suffrages of  ���������-   , t i Oi O  the "electors !*>f this Riding, !<���������"wish tcbricflv  state my position which I will,define as one of  perfect independence. " ������  -   My  first  and   special    care,   should   you  y ir v  honor me with election, will be the interests of  this Riding, which will always and at all .times  w'    '     receive my first and best attention,  I believe, in ,the main, the 'platform *  promulgated by- the Government is-the most  ���������progressive which has been jjlaced befor.e the  electorate, and legislation along its lines- will  receive my support, as will also any legislation for the amelioration of the condition o(  labor in this Province.  Reuardinu"' Asiatic   immiuraiioij   1 ' am   in  unconmromisinL-y opposition to   it and will assiht  in   every legitimate  way tq stem its  tide and  discourage its competition with white labor.  I have the honor to remain,  Gentlemen,  Your obedient servant.  ALEX. McRAB.  Rkvelhtoke, M.w 26, 1900,  I  A lars^c rah ye'of ready made  summer suites just opened up  twelve patterns to choose from,.  all the latest, well made and  neatly finished. Drop in and  compare ��������� prices" before buying  elsewhere.  Ilie carrying trade through  Canadian  ^channels from the granaries of tire west  to tlte-seaboard.    The government has  moreover greatly   weakened   rciilvv.iy-  -monopoly, by the "concessions .secured  hiP connection   with_,the .Crow's. Nest  Pa<s Railway, concessions which secured a  reduction  of freight rates'equal  in tins* aggregate   to' nearly  a million  dollars   a   year, killed  for all lime the  possibility of  monopoly in transportation in the ivc.il,  Uy retaining' control  of the Crow's Nest railway and a similar  guarantee  against   -monopoly   in  coal products  by   retaining  possession  of  ."50,000   acie'S  of_co.il lands.    Tt has  further minimized  the   power uf   the  railways  by stopping  the granting of  discriminating rates  in   favor- e,l'   any  one corporation to the detriment of its  competitors.    It has greatly assisted in  Will Carry On,  Guerilla Warfare.  (.Spcuiitl to tllU fJlAII.,1  ��������� Lo.vpo.v.   June   7.���������In   the absence  of   anything  from   British sources re-  ,girding the Jioer   statement that, Gen.  I'iuller   had   reejucsted   ii   three.   dn)s  arniisf'ce,   tliP( military   experts   here  are inclined   te>   believe  that'a revised  version   of    the   story   will   show that  General    Buller   has   summoned'  the  federals to surrender' or evacuate their  positions   within   three -,-days, o,failing ,  which    he    would attack tlieni.      The -  Doers   undci'i General   Botha, are re-  concentrated   in   the   neighborhood <������f  j Patherley, 12 .miles   east of   Pretoiia i  The   British   prisoners   are   being,  re-  moved to  Tooitgedacht' an   ttnliealtliv-  spot in tlie'Eland's Valley; . .  ' The strained   relation's   between the;  Secretary of   ������Statc ��������� for war���������the Marquis   of   Lansdownc   and the British  commander"in-chief��������� Lord' Wolselev. '  1 ' ' :���������        *  appears to   have   reached such a pitch ,  that    but .for   the  exigencies of-   the"  i  situation   Lord   "Wolsely   would   have  , resigned, ,     X  ���������>        a-  ...  President Kruger  up to last Friday "'  had   decided   to  seek refuge on board .  tlie   Dutch   cruiser, Friesland, now off  Lorenzo   Marques  and   it' is asserted  .  that   beyond   doubt   there,, <��������� is   good  reason   to   believe   that   instructions  siuenfc the. rdule.Jiav������. been-cabled to -  'ilie. commander of the war.ship.   *  A -London -correspondent   wires im,-  interview wilh President Kruger wlm  isiside tracked in   ti private car. ' Tho  President'speaks definitely and says  the war will be carried on with  guerilla .tactics.. President * Kruger  slays* in his car so that he can move  about easily.      . ' , ���������   -"'  ��������� A.BRITISH VICTORY.  ' ^ . 11 '_,  Revelstoke Celebrated the Entrance of- '  Lord Roberts to Pretoria. ��������� X  The lepeirt of Lord Roberts'entrance  itito Pretoria was  received as welcome  news Tuesday evening.    Mayor Smith  wired-from Halcyon proclaiming Wed- "  nesday   a   civic   holiday, aud   prepaia-  tienis were   at  once   commenced   for a  celebration.       All "the 'available   fireworks    were    procuied =to   be held in  readiness for the. evening.'     Tlie   first  however   to   celebrate were the school  boys who turned   out Tuesday evening  the opening up of valuable territory by | with'a tin   can   band ti'nd paraded the'  granting judicial aid  in  railway con-I town from   one .end   to   the other're-  structioii, securing   at   the same time' ! sinning their tour in the morning with  reimbursed humbois.  ' j      Wednesday   afternoon, though   rain   ���������-���������**���������;   * j tlb'ealetied, saw picnic parlies starting'  Trotlt Lake, Notes.        ��������� i for an outing.      A brjieball inatch was  ! arranged on   tlie   vacant  lots near the  definite sei vice fr 0111 the subsidized  railways in ' lhe free carriage of mails  clc  that we sell the celebrated  Coote Prospector Shoe, no  other will give the comfort and  "satisfaction, this wc know Ironi  long experience.  Special Attention given to  Prospectors Supplies.  Remember   the   Place:  Morris & Steed,  FRONT   STREET,  BEVELSTC&E  the  IOC ioot  i\l  ogul IS 1  The:   work   of  tunnel on lhe 'Monitor   anr  being prosecuted wilh \ignr.  J. W. Weslfall has iccched wonl  to double the. woi king forces ein all .the  properties of which ho is superinlend-  enl. This ineiiii.: the ciiipliiyinciil, i'm-  a large number of men.  J. T. Laulhei.s ha-, couiplelrd his  coiiliacl on '.ho 10. (f. A11( nit SO te;et  of tunnel has been driven bul with no  result up to the piesent for tho reason  that a fault occurs ri^ht at the point  where the tunnel intersects lhe vein.  Drifts will be driven through this  fault and the vein cnight up at another point. It is ex peeler] lhat a  good cliute of ore vvill be exposed, as  the surface showing   ii a splendid one.  Messrs. iSchoiiberg and H'a3*e*$ are in  town and aie oui fitting to elo a lot of,  work on the Maiei of iOrin, a claim  they own near tho head of Jlaslcins  creek. This property is one of the  most promising in tho district and is  likely to be heard from before the  season i.s over, as several parlies will  iiibjnx't jt dui'tij;,' Ih^ wiitmui-i'i���������Tujiie.  river   brink  rcstilling  1 tho  " Wigwam ''  and   a   very  in a victory iol*  >oys over  a picked  teaiii and   a   very   exciting   time   wa*  had,.,   In the   evening   the llcvelstoke  Cily (Band turneel  out and   paraded to  the   station   reluming   to   the opera  house   followed   by   largo   numbers of  patriotic   citi/.ciis ' anxioii->    to partict-  |ntie' iu l hi:   celebration of   (ho   Htili-.li  victwiy at J'icIhi i.i.       Mr.   K. Tapping  vvas    invited    in   deliver    a   patriotic  speech anil iu the. uniform of  a soldier  mounted the band stand and   spoke at  some   length.       The fireworks display  was   then   started   making   a brilliant  spectacle as J hey shot through the. air.  This was   followr-d   bv the  firing of  a  salute  of   twenty one   sticks of  dyua  mile, arranged   by Messrs.  S. L. iSaun-  ders aud T. D. Pickard.     The illumiii  ation   vvas   brought   to   a   finish   by a  largo   bonfire   over    which   hung  an  clligy of Paul   Kruger, and the. militia  being called out fired'three volleys.  The   celebration   was   brought   to a  close by   an   impromptu   dance in the  opera house which was  largely attend  ed   and   a   pleasant  evenintr spent bv  all. ?.-?������������������������  THE KOOTENAY .MAIL  Zhe Ikootena^ flfcaxl  PUBLISHED SEMI-WKKKLY.  ���������AT��������� ,  ESVELSTOKS, B.C.,  , ���������hy���������       ���������        ,   '  B. R. OAMl'RF.LL,  POIlL181ir.lt AND PKOI'ItinTOn.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per    Annum  ADVERTISING    IIATKS   fjuol       on   application. "  JOB PRINTING of every kinel nt most reason  ��������� able rates arret shortest rroticc.  ACCOUNTS for job printmfj or advertising  payable on tlie first of every month.  CORRESPONDENCE on all matters of local  or public interest invited ami carefully con-  siclereel. All communications to tho Editor  must be accompanied by, the name of the  '��������� writer, not necessarily for publication, but  as an evidence of good faith.  Address  Tllli  Kootenay Mail,  Revelstoke, B.C.  FRIDAV, JUNE S, 1000.  Will go on the List.  The appeal in the Nel-'on voters.' li.*-t  e-rrse was allciwed Wednesday morning  by the full com 1. .Justice Walkem,,  dissenting- 'This decision means Ihe  putting on of 5b'.*> disputed names at  N^lsein, a prohibiten ordi-r fromwhich'  was obtained from Mr. Justice1 Drake.  Tlie appeal was then taken on behalf  of the returning officer. Oosts were'  givi'ii with the appesl,'-Init.'lhe matter  was'finally left foi seltleinent until late  this ,-iftei noon.  Methodist Church Ladies Aid.  The Ladies Aid Society of the Met ho-'  dist church met "yesterday and elected  the following'officers  fur the ensuing  $ year1 :  ���������   President���������Mrs. IVltipiece.   ,"  Vice-Preside-iit���������Mrs'. Downs.  .    ������  Secretary���������Mrs. It. P. Deiit.  Treasurer.���������Mrs. J. McLean.  Much ivgtct vvas expressed that Mrs.  li. Goddard who has been pi'esident for  two years was obliged to resign on  account of ill health. The Society-  decided tei hold a Lawn Social at the  Parsonage   grounds   on   Tuesday   t.he  20th i nst-  Canadian Pacific RailwayTrain Service.  "The change in the Canadian Pacific  train sei vice taking clfeet June 10th  brings' the "Imperial 'Limited" vve-'-t-  bound.train iu to Revelstoke at ,21 2(1  and the east bound train in to Revelstoke at -I.-15* Fifteen minutes stop is  provided for in Revelstoke.  The Arrowhead train vvill leave Rev-  elstoke at 3.00 making close connection  wilh the beiat at Arrowhead,  and  the  Corporation of the City of Revelstoke. '  i >   i  By-Law No.       .   ���������..,  A By-Law to Raise One Thousand  Dollars to purchase a Fire Hall  and site therefor, and to purchase  two electric flro alarms and to defray the cost of certain improvements to Are halls.  WHEREAS a petition lias been prescnte'd to  the Municipal Council of the; City of  Revelstoke signed by the owneis of at least  oriir-tentli of the value of the real jiroiierty of  the Oily ns shown by the last revised assessment ioll. requestiiiK the said Coum-.il to introduce a by-law-to raise one thousand deillai ���������> to  purchase a tire hall ruiel site, namely J-iOt 1 iu  Block .".. Townsile of ItcvuMoko. and to purchase two electric (ire alarms anil to defray the;  cost of certain improvements to the lire halls of  the City;  AND'WHEREAS it U expedient, to borrow  the said Sinn of ���������? 11)00.00 for the purposes afore-  '"'AND "WHEREAS lire whole amount of lire  rateable real property in the said City according to tlies last reviieel assessment roll is Si\  hundred and two thousand six; hundred and  ninety-seven dollars.  AND WHEREAS it. will be requisite to raise,  annually by special rate suilicicnt therefor the  sum of "Sevcnty-s.-ven .dollars nnd Forty-three  cents  for paying  the  said  debt anel interest  thereon. -  NOW THEREFORE The Municipal Council  of the Corporation of the City of Revelstoke  enacts as follows:��������� ,   ���������  1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of the  Corporation of the City of Revelstoke to borrow  upon the credit of the said ' Corporation by way  of debentures hereinafter mentioiied.'froin any  person, persons, firm, body or bodies corporate  who may be willing to aelvaiice the same as it  loan, a sum of money not .exceeding in the  whole the sum of One Thousand Dollars and to  cause all such sums so raised or received, to be  paid into the hands of the Treasurer of the Corporation tor the purposes nnd with the objects  hereinbefore reciteel. ,  ���������������. It,sliall, be lawful for the Mayor of the  saiel Corporation to cause any number of elc-  bentures to be made, exeuuteel anel issrreel for  such .sum'or sums as may be required for the  purpose anel object aforesaid, not exceeding  however the sum of* One' Thousand Dollars,  each of the saiel debentures being of thc.denom-  ination of Five Hundred Dollars, and all such  debentures shall be sealeel with the seal of the  Corporation and signed by the Mayor thereof.  ;t. The saiel elebeiitures shall bear the date of  30th June, A.'D. 10������i0, and shall be made payable  in twenty-live years from the said date in lawful nioiiov of Canada at the office of the Molsons Hank in Revelstoke aforesaid, which said  place of payment shall be designated by said  elebeiitures anel shall have attached to them  coupons for the payment of interest anel the  signature to the interest coupons may bo cither  written, printed, stamped or lithographed.  J. The said debentures shall bear'interest at  live per centum per tinnmil from, the elate  thereof which interest, slmllobe payable semiannually at, the olllce of the Molsons Hank in  RevcUliike aforesaid irr lawful money of Canada on the With day of June and the 30th day of  December respectively, in each anel every, year  during tire, currency thereof, and it shall be  expressed in saiel,elebeiitures anel coupons to bo  no payable.  .5. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of the  said Corporation to negotiate and sell the said  elebeiitures. or any of them, for less than par  but in no case shall the ������aid debentures or airy  of them, be negotiated or sold for less triarr  ninety-live per centum ot* the their* face value,  inelue'lirrg the costs of negotiating and sale,  brokerage and all other necessary expenses.  (J. There shall bo rni-eel anel levied in each  vein* during the currency of said debentures  the sum of Fifty Dollars for the payment of  interest arrel Twenty-.seven Dollars and Korty-  threo Cent- for payment of the .-aid elobt  under the said debentures by a special rate  Miflieiotrt therefor oir all the rateable real property in tliosiid municipality.  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  The regular nice! ings  arc betel in the Masonic Temple. Bourne  Hall, on the third  M orr el ay in each  month ;it S y>. m.  Visit ii'}? brethren  cordially welcomed.  H. J. PRATT Si-.CKi-vr.vHV.  REVELSTOKE LODGE. I. O. O. F��������� No. 2J.  Regular meeting* are lielo  in Oddfellows' Hall everj  Thursday night at, e.rghl  1 o'clock. Visiting broth en  cordially welcomed.  T.J.GRAHAM. N.G.   L'.A. IvUTTLKSOX.Sr-t*  SELKIRK LODGE, MO. 12, X. OI O. V. ,  'Moot i every Tuesdn.v  /P'rr^SS^   p von ing in Odd fellous"  VSJ) ^-X Hull     at    S    o'clock.  Visiting brelhren cor  'iliallv ������inv lied   lo  al-  tCll'l.  IJ. IIANBUKY, N. G.������ ,       W. MATH IE. Six'.'  COTjKT MT. BEGSIE,  I. O. F, Ive. 3131.  "TARGE AND WELL LIGHTED  JL SAMPLE HOOMS. Healed by  ^������ hot' air and electric bells anel  light in every room. Free bus mcetn all  trains.  REASONABLE   BATES.  ICight Grill Room in connection for the  convenience of guoots arriving anel departing by night trains. Hourly street  car between hotel and station.  JOHN V.'PERKS PROPRIETOR������������������;.;........ ��������� REVELSTOKE, B.C.  ' >-% ������.V������W/'X''flif! \       '   ���������    ���������  r '��������� P<3pf*hi>&l   I Meets in the Oddfellow  %&&$&��������������� "���������SiSjSi-'i/ fourth Mend a >> o/ each  K. D. J. 0. JOHNSON,  CV 11.  e;^i2 <f������".im  y^I������S  fti. p^i-' - ,.' "i-  C'.V,\ MITCHELL,* i^^^i������hS&m^tl  month.' VisiLing ,breth  ren    inviloel   to  attenel  It. S.  Gold Ra,:ige Lodge,  K. of P., No; 2G,'  <   Revelstoke, B.C.  /���������Moots every Wednesday in Odd Fellows'  I tall nt 8 o'clock.  Visiting Knights inviteel. ,  ''J.  W. CROSS, M.I).,  CO.  W, WTNSOR,  K. oi-'R. &S.  A.  II. HOLDICJir  ., , j ,     . ,. -.i.i,,       i.    It'hall be lawful for the saielMunieip.il  noi'tubounci train cennecling with .the    (���������lu���������K.inm-e-pui*elm-ean.v ofther-aiddebonture  boat will reach KcvelsloLcnt 21 o'clock.  Public School Report.  T  The f'eillovvirrg is the'school njport fot  th������ nionth of M;iy :���������     f  DIVISION  j. , *   -]  Class-V. ^i-nl'.���������l Be-sie Lawson, 2j  Ghart Graham, 3 Vnmvea Paget. j  Class V. .Jin-.���������1   Kilna Ncilcl, 2 Flora j  '   Palmer, -i Joseph Hoolcy.   . '  Class IV.--]' "Pi-tii-l Robinson. 2 Mnncl |  Kyatt; ."j. JJary Edwards and Lulu ]  Patiicki      .'.''' |  DIVISION H.  ���������Sr. 'riiiril.���������1 .Grace Somes, 2 Fred '  Urqubart,.3  Winnie Uanji'l?. i  Jr. Third.���������1 >"ellii������ Danivls, 2'pHfcj'  Duniir, H JOinnia Levt'iiuo.  Secewid lteacler.i;   1   Harold liurriiige*, ,  2 Ucny Dickey, M Fmile t'olarcli.  division nt.  ���������Seconel    Ki'iulci*.- 1 Je^.-ic   Ainslie,   2  Arthur Ben net, ���������1i Gorelnn Woodliousf.,  First I'le-aeli-r.- 1   Margaret Daniels. 2  Uar-old Gru'i in, ,'J Flelnge Morgan. ���������  DIVISION  |\ ,K j  St'conel   Pi-iiuci*.- -I  rrhoiii;i'i  Wilkin-,  '-on, 2 Jennie Hyatt, '.1 Arthur   ("nicy.     ( inct  .Second   Primer   A.���������I   Airnei   Black  upon such term- a-may  be agreed upon with  the legal holder or holders thereof, either at the;  time of -ale or at any sub-equent time or time.-  j and all debenture-: -o repurcha.-.ed shall fortli-  i with be cancelleel anel dei-troyed. and no reissue  i of the elebciitiirc- s'.iall be made in consequence  ! of -ucb repurcha.-e.  I     S.   This bv-law shall take effect on the 30th  1 davof June, A. I). 19W. "   ,  !     Read a first time. J uric l.-t. 190fi.  !     Read a second time June 1-t. lflla.  !     Read a third time and ji.-u.-ed June Kt. IiKKl.  ;     Received the as-ent of the elector--, June  I 1PU0.  j     Rc^on-ideree! and tinally pa���������od and adopted  by the C'liuici! June      lCXiii.   '  <     City Clerk. Mayor.  ANALYTlCAli' CIIKMIST AND  ARSAYKR. ,,  ltoyal School of fAlines, London.  Seven years at Morfa Works, Swansea.  Seventeen   years  Chief   Chemist  to Wigan  Coal anel Iron Co., Eng.       ' -  ��������� Late Chemist and.As-ayor. Hall Mines. Ltd.  Every description 'of assuy  anil  analytical  work uudertaken.   *  Claims examined and report eel upon.  REVELSTOKE, H. C. , .   . 1  TTARVEY & McOAUTKH  ���������   n.VRRISTITRS, SOLICITORS, liTC".  Oi'-Kiccs :  'Molsoxs   r.ANic   Ili.ociv,   Rnv-i:i,-  STOICK,  13. C. . '  fMonev lo loan.  .pillees: Revelstoke, 11. C.;*Forl, Sleele, 13. 0.  Gi:o. S. ^IcCautkr, J. A. H.vkvkv,    -  Revelstoke, 11. C. Fort Steelo, IJ. C.  HOT  ABRAHAMSON BROS.  PROP'S.  Newly built.       J'Vsl-class  ��������� i'  Hi .every   respect.     All  : niodorn convcnionce:s.  Laige sample rooms. '.Fire  proof������ safe' ' Free 'bus  meets all trains.  Under same management:  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  $1 PER DAY.  Newly Built.'  Lighted by Electricity  Throughout.  Ty hot  *44  Best Brands-of   ���������    ���������  Wines, Liquors and  Cigars.   '���������     ,  y  R. 0ALBY, PROP'R.  6-{KM>P^KKKKKH^C>^^  I JjJL  J. A..Stone, Proprietor  J.  W. CROSS, M.. D.  SURGEON TO TDK C. V. J{., CITY HEALTH  ' OFFICER.     , ���������     ,     -  Otlice: Taylor Block, SJackeny.ie Avenue.,  "VAICE NOTICE that the alxive; U a Inrc copy  F the nroTio-e-el by-law iijioii wliich the.  f thd Municipality will be taken at Tap-  Opera Hou-e, Second Street. Revelstoke.  Gold," Silver,1 (L8ad,  and  " Copper*. Ores ..  .    W. PELLBW KAPiYBY,  F. G. S., ICic.'     *  ASsay Oflice's anel .IMetalhii'gieal Works,  VANCOUVER, R. C.  Sampling "Worlds, 717-719 I'cndor SlrOet.  Is prepared  to   pun luise   the   abe'ive'  classes  of ores for'tb*.  following  lMiglish  houses  |        whom he ro:-.csenl.s. viz.: .  .  ; Vivian & So.-s. Swansea. Elliotls Melal Co.  Ltd., R'.rryport, South Wales, Smelters,  Ret'ir rs, Desilverizers, Manufacturers.  Checking   smelter    pulps   a.   specialty  Rates, $i per day.  Electric lio-htecl, furnace heated    O '  (*     i'  Newly built.and'furnished. . . .  Finest  and Jb.est  supplied  bar  ,in the' city  Cor.-Tppht and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C.  \.  ���������; . . . trsiE . _ _     .;'"������������������ 6.  1 pin.,  [ B.C.. on Monday the 18th day of June A. D.,  , 1900. between the hour of S o'clock in the fore-  ��������� nexui and I o'clock in the afternoon. *  I CHARLES KKSKJNK SHAW.  , June t-t, lQflf), , City Clerk.  Aman  COOL  S HERE  TO STAY.  -jujda fount  i-i again running.  J^  V  D  c/  T' ' 1  .umbep  ('Limited .Liability.)  Manufacturers and Dealers in all Kinds of  Good, we  equal to tinv  finished   Photos  made  in  the dis-  W'ork finished in Rev-  ' Iced- Drinks .Always  ' Hand,  |    Ijl'ltKHI,   Sil-lllll,    ,-l'll,   <''Ifl'l-lf,    /'<ll"i-  | Vtllllllll   (('���������   (Jltl.tl/f     l''lllf,i   pit/,  REVELSTOKE  On  /'/"  berg, 2 Alexin.-i Ji.-iin, :> Lucy McCarthy.  elstoke.  'i-iiner  Finnk IJurkc  U.    I'rinu'i*.  '.> Kinih.-i Allen.  -I    Klh.-l    niiu-klii'i'g.  Also shingles, mouldings, base boards,- "  casino's, finishino1 lumber, extra wide  clear pine and ceckir. Long dimen-  , sion timber cut to order. .A large ���������  assortment,ol" season lumb,erkept on  hand in the yard and sheds at Revelstoke by lhe pioneer lumber dealer 'of  Kootenay who also has had considet-  able experience in eastern Canada  which enables him to cater for what  the builder requires. You will always  find him ready for business.  Terms Strictly Cash.     Leave Your Order  hi KOOTENAY MA.1L  A  OrnoiiV!  \:'\  in������>������.--. ���������.���������.���������ei';! " ';  liei'rii'.', i.if ., ;  shrilled yn ���������>!! '.  ' Xe.irlv ;..:: \\  soft, ii:-e-::.v c-d  Iin riMies,  on llio sides or  Some of ;l;o  rcdiiiguto.-i h.iv  ���������white or !���������-���������''���������  MODE.  ';]; I':'c::.-ii totyir- -of d.-irk  ';-. i,:.-;. i:*.ii;,i"ii vv i'.li In.iiy  ','iv -.p:*.*,.1 - aii'l a cluster of  ',-!;'..-ii _>;i: ii-cs.  ;;-,' iil'-.y li'-ii ..-> ;;ow;is have  ill. is vuveTi'd with silk mus-  ho hi nils ert mnc-li higher  it lire luii k iliriir in front.  poems to be one Hint cont'd be rescinded  to the credit ol sh.-it L-ody;���������Indianapolis  Journal.  RECENT INVENTIONS.  I'liis  ��������� rm  1  eliiec-ioii'C  ippliejuu li miming of  11  c-!o;il\S a in  ,1!  ii c-intl.s on the fronts of  the opc-n skirts, tliekniser collar and daring cufY.s.  The classic anil graceful chati'Iaine appears rigaii) am ing the aci es-oi ie-s of artistic evening nt*.ire, nail the r-m.irlost of  these are- ^.i line gold iu liligroo set vvitb  small *vui-ie-e.i!ei!'e el  real ge'iiis. '      '  Caroline rtelifirii*. one of the noteel milliners of I'r.ris.- lises on green, gray,  'brown .-mil -hhick velve;!. round bats  rosette's or' ';::ti:i rilil.ein, several colors  on one hat .--.nd m*1 inlo larger elionx of  the velvet.  Sl.yli.-ii yim:i������? vvonien' are wearing with  their winter -hirt vvir'--is of sill:, r-aiiii or  clo'.li, * i.'i i-roiir,'], e-lii'rry r-eil rrrnl oilier,  colors, l(lo stirl ; Me tl of e/.ur llevolillion-  a.'y anccsioi-- :,ee'';i in mminturcb and in  .larger, p'irti'aith. ,    ���������  Applifjuo ei.ecis nr������el e-nt \york are always in vu;,-;:e when braiding ia I'asliion-  alilo.      I."i,l   nv I i;' i ii"h   s.riin,   velvet   or  Spools of throne] are held in a convenient position for use by a new bracelet  which Iras.two spring clips lo grip the  wrist, with two spindles supporte-il end to  end, to bo inserted in tbe holes of the  spool.      - . , o  Telegraph poles can be easily erected  with a new machine .which' Iras a crank  shaft sot on the top of a long,tribe to rotate a screw' threaded sleeve which projects a roil out eif the sleeve tei raise the  pole into a vertical ixisitimi.  To he secured tei the- e-e'iling is rr handy,  mercantile broom hnlih'r ,wiih a'inae-kct.-  from which depends a i-rid bavin;: rr series  of horizontal arm-' r.-idintini l'rii."ii the  lower e-riu, the ai-n - ,h<-:iig slniteij n. ;������������������������������������  ocive tl'.e lic.-n] ei- '   ���������-, ihe bn.uin bainiU'-.  Xhyu^i^h,^x^>>^  ->   **���������   *   *   *   -*���������   -*   ->   ->   ->   -t.   ->   ���������*   -i-   ->   jt-   -*   H-   ~j-   *   &   't-   z   --j.   ft   -*���������   -������     S-   5-   r?   is   s������   ^   &���������   -j.   --j.   .,    -7.   $.   .-j.   .i.   5.   -���������>.   sr   tj.   3-   .*.   ���������>-   ���������������  <     ���������cr    X'    xr    -is    -ts    -f'    Zr    *r    is  . r    ^     ^-     ft     -lr    ���������<-    ^r    -*/     -f*     -L-     M-     *(-     ft    -ir     ���������*-        *_'-     ���������*       ���������(<-    *tr     *r      f-     rfr     ���������**    *i  ('-{���������-{��������� '���������{.-I -(,- i-~$" i, -(.- C~fr*ir-i?- {,-%���������' iyi,'-i,   t 'I  {��������� { -(-���������{,- <*- <  ^.-������  IT   KILLED  THE  CHILD  Indies' cle  tlr. the, eici.;iiii  pieces of laeo or  5-ilk, |iai>.-r  'ajenierie   nr   appliijno  show   to  disti'ne-t ;k  Iv.'iit'nge.             '                         "<���������  'llalia'a.  Rr.niau, Ivnilish cherry, glru'.io-  , lus and-a vhjj.m-Ii dje calleil pivoine are  among 1 ho" 'f.-i-hioin1.ble- shades in reel.,  liorcoiiho is an ev.e-'iii.MtP.tint of r'use leaf  pink found only aniong .silk'velvets, costly satins, e-onled silks ntal matelasso I'ab-  , I'ics. ��������� ,  . , ,'  A   litlie  jacket   nier  !el  use'd   with  many  of  tlio   plnin   lailur  e  ���������ostiimes  has   r  ���������n lli or  wiele   rovers   se-ili'ij-.e  il   at   the   I'due  1   anil  strapped anel stitched, turning bne-k from  lhe line of the li:e-t to tire s-lioulelers ami  tapering*1 to a imiiiL at iho vvai������,t. 'J'lie  fronts lit saugly. hrit are not fastened,  together. Fane'-.v waisieoats of varinus'  kinds aro worn with these jackets.���������New  York Tost. ������������������ ,   ' '  .'CURTAIN  RAISERS;  Ezra Tvone'l :!i liascimiiiiloil several of his  popular aionelii-'iie-!. anil they have- been  published in'b-.iok  form.      ' '     *  Kurope has a vnueleviile nnvelty in the'  young.-M:1.i'mnis of Ainiersleyi whei is re-  jiortoel to'he doing a lirrlitnii^g change act  in a Ivluiiioli niitfic hull.      '','  Australia c.mtintees to a'eiiuie'sco in-.lliQ^  Ainoi'ican ver.lie; ami lihei ally patronizes.  "The C'.'n'kii.iii."   The whlnlrrrvval of llio  piece' fi'oui   Luiidoii.   however,   lias   lie'e-n  anironiicee!.(  ' James K .llai-keti is going to'piny the  title role in l! f1 drnni.ilir.aiieui'of -Winston  Cliui'cliiil's Mjoc.esfi:!' 'ii.ive'l. "ltie-hard  Cni'vol,'' vvliicli Theodore Hurt- Say re is.  ' nrralining for* lhe Stage,     ".   , ���������=, -  Puciiiiii,' vvhcise. op'cra. "La. riiiilii;ini>."  wns nn in-=t.-iti":rneo;:.-; success, has just  finished liis scire li.r'il'e ei porn tie version  of Sarehni'.s tvacic eliaina", "La Toscii,"  soon In be produced in Milan.  Mr. and  Mrs. Jimmy , Harry,  who left  vaudeville   for  parts  in  a   ccincelv.' stood  it   for  four  v.e.-ka  and   then   reiunii'd   lo  'their ftiriner "success.    Clooel.    Such turns  aro all too i ai-e mi the vaudeville singe...  The: 'Liiipatinus li.ive closed iheir  Lot]  don sea-'Ui erirli'M* th.-iti   was ,'iiilt'-:,|i:iled  London  ehel   ant  Like  players   aad   e-iin!iniiei  more as atnhit'ous ft'eal'  kindly io  to   I'i'g:  !--  from  lire  rel  I ll l!  side .show  than  clever  little  them  [l.-n*  little  .iiiiin-Llailey  actors. '  lliitlyard l*ri:>li:n.'s patriotic poem,  "The Ah.-eiitmiiidei] neggar." i* being recited, or sung to music" by Sir 'Arthur  Sullivan', in-half tlio theaters in London.  Mrs. Iieerheilini Tree, Mrs. P.i-ejwii Potior  and Mrs. I^uig'try :are. among, its. most  famous exponents. ~ 0 >  'i'lic  Still  Ki'Mill  <������f Ov������"i-l.-if\iiiu n   Llt-  '   l!c- Ont-S   Meulal'Aliililj.  '���������ypeakiiig aliciit precocious ehilelren,"  .-���������aid',;! resident of North Inilian.-ipnljs ,a  ff\v evenings rtgn. "renriuds lire of an incident wliich occurred aliniit Ihie-e years  ago in this locality. The: family in e^ue's-  tion lived'in a lii'.-iiitiful collage' lioine'on  (Jlil'lou street. 'J'lie iia'ri'iila were we'll ed-  iicrile'el, rnril they . had three childre'ii ���������  twei boys and a girl. The boys were' rather* slow, as tlie world would term it, in  their mental capacity, while (Lc girl was  , unusually bright and precocious in hor  nature'. The parents were very proud of  her nnd taught her easy verse's aud'stories which she 'would repeat nt the re-  ' quest of her mother's friends, vvhoi won;  dercel at lw>r brilliancy.' *  VAt last the mother thought' if she  could leach her to repeat 'Curfew Shall  Not King Tonight' with accuracy and  proper, expression she would accomplish  a wonderful feat nnd her little 8-year-old  tot'-woiild he the admiration of the'Jentire^  cily. So she set about to accomplish the  task Dari(l spent many* long and weary  days before the litlie one could repent  the poem, ntask which is difficult for one  of uniturc years nnd much training as an  elocutionist. Finally her dream was  realized. ITcr baby, in her childish talk  and simplicity, could repeat the-poem  worjl for ;vord, anel in her dim tiled hands  she would emphasize the strongest passages with the proper gesture. ��������� ��������� '  "One night they gave a party nnd invited their friends. During the evening the  gu'esls.'knowing the reinni'knble .ability of'  'tlie child, askeel her to speak for them.  Tlie mother, anxious ��������� to astonish her  guests with her baby's wonderful memory, asked her to speak ,'Curfew Shall. Not  Ring Tonight.' ' " ��������� ' ��������� *  , ' "The cliilel was tired and sleepy, but  she*heeded her mother's request. She  began the, diliicult task, nnd when about  half-way through she forgot. Ilcr mot lier helped her out by prompting.' and she  continued., Finally she hesitated again  and.saiel:             ',   >, r  " '1 tan't hnoniuer it. mamma.' ���������  ���������  ' "At   last,   tired   and   sleepy;  she, sank'  down on the floor and fell asleep.    The  mother carried Imr to her be-d and snugly  tucked the covers about be'i*. but the little  one  was  nervous,  nnel   in  a   short   time  symptoms of brain fever be'iran to (level  opi    All through tire night in her delirium  she woulel cry erut:  "'I tan't 'member, it. mnmrua.'  "The fond"pnre'iits,0're'alizing their mis-  lake, eliel nil in their power to restore the  little one tei health again, but it was ton  late.    The months of weary toil nml the  climax of the night   were1 tnnjnui-h   for  the   childish   nature  nnd   ability' of. the  babe, and before dawn she had passed into   that  peaceful  sleep  which   knows  no  waking.  .No: it deios not pay te> (ax the  mental   ability   of   a' child    beyond" its  strength.''���������India tin polis Sentinel.  '*" .V i-C-  -v������y  y' * <"^  ~^"  ,' e->- i<_  *S" ire tf*  Pi^xr  17?  \&'Xl  ��������� **xX~  V ' A- ie^r-     <  ^���������?  *- ���������  ^.'f-iy  a*$ "  Y.Vir ���������>  ^*?^ .  X$A -  <i  4ytr  &*& '  C'    -i-    -i*    -if    ���������<*    -fc   ���������**���������*���������    "ft    <r    *  Just received a large assortment:of  Sainples in Beautiful Designs  -S-S  -  ^:;  T"  \' if'  ^5-  <"?���������* *  *'.~  -4*"''  ' ^f9.  i #  r>~  -:**  *T^  ���������^if  *s^   -i.������  '; 9.  <$*.������  *<r  ~!A9.  T  ���������'���������' f  - ���������' ���������!!,-  y   <���������  t^r  .   A*  T*  4  -".tif."  -',- I ' . '  *&  *?x-c  &* ?��������������� X  *���������  "C 9 *sr -  ^j. -I ��������� <  4*9. j   .  ^>9y^  L9  ^  4'S*^  ^  HUSTLING'PHILADELPHIA.  Philadelphia is not co slow.���������Tilusville  Hern Id. ^' ���������     '  Pliiladelphi.i'hns proved herself to ho a  hustler by capturing the Ilepubliciin ua-  tional convention from fuich cities as New  York,   Chicago   and   St.   Louis.���������Uidge-  ' Wood (X. J.) News.  When the Quaker- City can' capt tire  such a gathering in ceriupelitioirwiih Chicago anel Xovv' York, it is manifest that  the term'"sleepy'." is no longer applicable  to it. Philadelphia won Ihiougli Ik' ox-  ercifco of (jtinlilies of oulerprisc and  ulirewdnesi.���������Chicago IJeorel.  Chicago Io"! tlie ltoptib!ir'."tn convention  mainly he'causo hc have no snilahle con-  vcnlion Iin IL a|.<l Philadelphia won because she has a g"-.d hr.il ami because her  citizens waiilod ilie* eniivciilion and weirk-  ed together to see t:re il. Tlie Iirst Ite-  publican iiritioiiril I'linveiitioi). which uoni-  inatcd Freinonl. was hold in fliiliide'lpliiii  Juno 17, 18 and l'J, iy("jti.���������Chicago Inter  |Occ:in.    CONGRESSIONAL CUTS.  ���������Tlio plain people will look wilh favor  jUnoii the moveiiieiil io re'due-e the' expense of coii.'Moi-'iiinnl fuiieials. We  could then ali"'inl to have' uinie of theui.���������  jMinnenpolis Times.  In sumninriziii": the vvo'i I; lo lie under-  taken bj' coii'.;re'f������������������ ii*i-- winter n Wn'-hiug-  ton dispati'li stale's- that ike .senate will  Hot hurry. Pieci'dent counls for a great  deal in the senate. ��������� i>l. Louis (ilobe-I)eui-  ocrat.  Jlr. Depew r-n.vs tlrere are ns eloriuent  Uicn" in the' Ijn'ied I'i.-in - .'iiinic r's ihere  "ivct'c during lire dn.v^.ol Cl,-iti .-nnl Web-  Blot*. 'J'lie n'iinl.11 s 1 m.111 (I (jiiil Ins juUuig  HOW thai he ha.', been elecled to n |-espou-  tible po.siliriir.- Chi' ��������� :'i Pci'iiiih  Tin: rule ol I lie r-eiiale \i l.ii !i pel mils a  SOlintoi' to pie-'eiit airy soil (if a resolution and iiiiiui'.isic'o when he will waste  ������lip p'mo (������f lhe i-'o.'i.'ii"  to f-pertk  on it'  Ho ii ii el  Jo  tie Safe."  Washington has an olel bl.iiiel colored  man who makers" his living Iiy tmvctiug  from door to door selling matches. As he  is a good natured old fellow he has many  friends, who are careful to see tlint-he is  in need of nothing. One day not long ago  his customers hoard thnt ho and his family Iind had the misfortune to lose their  house and their few personal belongings  hy lire. Many offers of assistance we're  made. Tho.iiioi'iiing following hi������ lns.s  the old man vvas on his beat as usti.il. A  certain lady who took considerable interest in him gave him nn nvei-erial ami  serine blh<M* clothe's for himself nnd,his  wife. It'beiiig early in the'day. the lady  said, "Lncle .leu-, you'd bettor leave these,  things he'ro'lill ymi go home tonight."  "No," said Uncle Joe. "It ain't no use.  I'm gwine to kerrv  'em 'long."  ''Yes, Uncle .lne>." said the hidy. '"lint  they'll be1 heavy and hot her you."   ���������  "Dnt's all light, mi.-siis." said .iho  dnrky. "hut I hain'l cgwine to run im  chances, for I'so afraid when I gil* back  you'll change,your tuition.'1���������Washington  Star.  i*    v������ 'V.;:-  "&������*��������������� '  *****  4 J*  ***f*  yr ������> v,  Our represeiitative will call   on  you  this week for orders.     \  4������*  *4f^:^  ' ������**&. '  ������ tf* * - ���������  ,'^rf^  .���������4*9 *&'  ' ^9^.  <   4Xlx- '  ^9 *Sr  ii  Limited "  An artist of note is J. P. Herring of  London. His specialty is animal life. Ile  began his career ns a sign p.iintor and rit  one time was driver of a stagecoach.  Puccini, the Italian composer, spends  his mornings usually iu hunting or shooting, his afternoons in sleeping and most  of his nights in diligent work of composition. '  Joel Clin tidier Harris declares that  newspaper work is like the Tar Baby,  of vvliicli he tells in one of his "Uncle  Remus" stories. "Once you get into ir,"  he says, "it ensnares you with a fascination from which you can never get free."  Dr. Seler, the scientific author who  wns recently appointed professor ot  Americau ethnology and nrchruology at  the University of L'orlin, is one of the  foremost men In his line iu Germany. lie  made his chief reputation hy his investigations of old Mexican life in the ststlei  of rucUa, Cliiapa* pji<i Iai'acfir  Service for the year  1900 will be commenced JUNE 10th. The  '' Imperial Limited "  takes yoti across   the  "Continent in four days  without change. It is  a solid vestibuled train  luxuriously equipped  with every possible  essential for the comfort and convenience  of Passengers. Ask  your friends who have  travelled on it, or  address  Kootenay Railway &  ��������� ��������� Navigation Company  Limited.  Operating ICaslo & Sle*c;in Ifiiilvvny,  '  ',   International Navigation & Trading  Company. '   '  Schedule of Timc-Pacifio Standard Timo  Infective Feb. 1st, 19U0.    ' '  Kaslo & Slocan Railway  " Passenger train'for Sandon nnel way stations  loaves Krislont8a.nl.; daily, leitiiriiing, loaves  Sandon at 1.15 p.m., arriving at Kaslo 3.33'imii.  pintornational Navigation r.iid Trading  Company  Operating on Koolonny l.nko nnel I liver.  .Q..S. lNTUirx.VTio.VAi. le-iives Krislo for Nelson  nt (in.in. dnilv except. Sunday: returning, loaves  Nolson nt I.IIO p.m.. willing "t I'lilionr. I Hot  Unv, Alnsworlh, i*nd nil vvny poiulh: counocts  with S. |(\ & N. train to nnel from Spokunc, nt  Kivej .Mile Point.  Lardo-Buncn-n Division  AM Kit  AUIKICTA.  ��������� Steninor Alhorln leaves KiVslo for knrelo nnd  Argo.iitaiit8:::().p.iii. \V"odnese!iiys.  Stenniersi-'iill at principal loiidings  m   both  directions, nnel at other point* when .signiillc'd.  Tickets sold to nil points in  t'liniidii and the  United Htntes. .  ind   full    information.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Routo to tho Old Country.  ALLAN LINE-Krom Portland  N'.imiiliiiu - .0...      ^ich *2.-5  Parisian     ----- . Apl. 7-  Laiircntian    J      -      - '    -      -      -    , .'    *'   11  Tunisian  -      -      -      -   ^ -      -      - "   *il  Numidian    -      - -        ^        ,. "   25J  DO.AIINION LINK-Kroni Portland.'  Dominion  Cninbroni'.in  Prom 'Montreal.  Apl IS  '*��������� 17  AraiiCouvoi* -1   Apl.  BKAVEU.LINE-From St. John.'  Air.wn       Jltli JS  Lake Superior Apl 4  Lake Ontario ���������      ���������      ���������      ��������� "11'  Moiiti'or.e      ���������      ���������   v --"IS  Lake Huron      -...-.       ,       ������������������   0,5  Passengers (ickerled through to all parts of  Oreat. Uriiain nnd Ireland, and 111.specially low  rnU'.slo nil purls of the European continent.  Apply to 11caru.1t railway or i-fcamsliip agent or  to  T.  W. BRADSHAW.  Agent.  Revelstoke.  S. S.  TABLE  "Lardeau."  To  nseorlriiii  address: *  S tf  rates'  nonKUT hiving,  Jiiinr.Ker. Kaslo, Ik C.  . J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A.,  l  Vancovye'') -3iC  T. W. ERADSHAVV,  Agenl,  Ravalstokc;,  Canadian Paciflo fiavigsiion/Co; L'd  ,' A.^ASrA- KCUTX3.  j    Stoiiiiii'in for M'i-imi:-'']. ���������!������������������.'���������' 1111 Mini ^Liiyvvny  I I- n vu V'n ;.)'.':ii  : Kvcry vVotrrcrcU;/ a! ': ?.::\.  \ I'lld '.'11111 riiivel*  Evoi-v 1h'.\:r,  1 Sleini'Cih' <"*.��������� Si'i't':'"'!!  ! leave- Vi< lol'i'*" m.-l  1  tlnil -. cl'- , di Ill'I'lii 'I'  ('oniiiieriiciiii,' May M, 1!KKI. Steamer will rt:n  in follows, weather pormlttliiK:      *     ,-  l.e-n vim; ArrnvvliL'iiel twli-i' daily for t'omupiix  iinil Tlioinson's LaneliiiK at ink. and ij|v-.  LnavfiiK Thomson's Landing for Arrowhead  Ivvic-c ilnlly. at 7::������) and I.'tk.. making cIomj con-  iioctioit.i with all (.'. P. it. train-. .-ukI st������.-amcr.-.  The: inviiors ro������orvo the right to change times  of sailings without notice.  V. KOIiINrf'JN.  Miiiin:  ;i-r.  r:  c  ���������liernf  -. zy P,  P-:. V  V,i ���������!-.!)  i' i> !n  :' i'a;  '���������ri-'- 11;  yi. z.t. ���������  ll'l.l   '',!.!   I'd. I-  V \-oi My'.  r  !���������  Vi.-.-lmlii. !'.,(',  BAUER & ASHCEOFT,  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,  k:i"' j Vi o r :-rc 1 :������������������ i;i r; ?,  r-"-.:i"\ "> n:-- nf Mine.-. ?.iii.i r.-i! ('TjiI:*.  l.i'inN.  VANCfil'VI-i!,    IJ. V,  <-..  :i!i<  ������ n.w n THE KOOTENAY MAIL  i - '-  9  9  I  9  <���������?  9  <t  9  9  ^.^-^.^^tt-^.^-^*-^.'*^  ���������I  Photographic  Suppliesf  We have just opened a large  $   shijituenl of  9  Cameras,  ?  tf  .v.  IF  9  $  9  a  IP  tf  tf  9-  tf  '"������.  If  j.  tf  9  Kodaks,  i  i  "4*  $  I  ; Chemicals, ������  tf  platens, films and everything re- jg  quired for lhe amateur photo- 9.  graphs, .(.'all and see. them, tf  Everything  new  and up to date Jr?;  at the 9  .,    $  9  tf  9  I  ���������j  Revelstoke Station. 9  tf  Canada Dpug&BookCo  r������5  BORN.  AxiiKHsox^-At   Itevelstuke,    Friday,  .    June 1,  1000.   the  wife   of   .Morris  Anderson eif n daughter.  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  , Miss.Kerr at. the opera house June 12.  JNIiss Lottie Lee left this morning for  Winnipeg. ,   * r  Frank. Holt en returned tliis morning  to Ferguson.'  E.'-A.  Kettleson   returned   Tuesday  from Ualgary." i   ,  " N. lii Lay, of Trout hake Cityvcamc  in last evening.  John Bangs, nf Fire. Valley, came in  Ironi the^soulli last evening.  A. iMcKao returned Wednesday from  an electioneering trip up the line;'  Floral services for children's day will  be the order of the day for Sunday in  the Methodist church. The pastor will  speak on "The Children of the Bible,"  in the morning and in the evenine on  "The Sunday School." In the afternoon open meeting of the S.S., parents  and fiiends of children cordially invited. :'-.',  The Conservative Candidate's Address.  *     i >  ��������� * t  To the Electors of Revelstoke Riding: .    *  ������  p. '      ' o  Ukntlemen,���������Having  been  nominated as the  Liberal-Conservative   can  didate   in   this  riding, ,1  beg to put  before   you  briefly  my  stand  on the  rinost important questions' now before  the electonite. . ',  I   am   in full . sympathy   with   the  ���������Eight-hour law for underground miners. Tlie law has come to stay and  will not be interfeied with except at"  the united request of all parties chiefly  interested in it. '    '        ' <  '     i*  Tt is my opinion that the time has  come for'a firm stand to be made in  this Province against ���������_ the' .further0  immigration of Oriental cheap labor  and any measure' which, the Provin  ciai* Legislature can' pass to cheek this  arowina evil will receive mv support  and T shall be in favor of the strongest  pressure being placed on,the Dominion  and Imperial' authorities to assist, by  the   most   strongest    measures,   this  M. .McDonald, of the  Western, Mill-  hi'g Co., Calgary, is in (own today.  Ceo.   La forme , went   up   witli    the  ballot boxes foi Big Bend this week.  Nelson, again defeated Rossland at  baseball last .Saturday by a score of 11-  tei 11.  Mr. and 31 rs. XV. B. Pease and family  came   in   from  Caesar's   Landing' this  Mi. and Mrs. T. W. Bradshaw and  children returned Wednesday from'  the cast. "'  W. J.  Law  returned   this  after   an   absence   of   almost   a   year  most of which was spent in Honolulu.' '  ,, President Fishi went south'jis far as  Pobson un Tuesday returning and  proceeding  west Wednesday  evening.  ��������� .MissCi'os.-, sifter of Dr. Cross, arrived from Winnipeg Tuesday evening  and will make Hovel-toko her home  for a time.  Victoria A-soci.it.ion Football Club  has accepted an invitation to play in  Vancouver em Dominion Day provided  their expon.-es aie defrayed.  The officeis of the (ir>t Canadian  contingent defeated ihe officers of'the  Cordon Nighlaneli'i's in a. rugby football match at, Hloeirrfontein bv a score  of two goal- lo nil.  Tlie fine-in iein ib'p.-ii i menl ul Moid ton  e> wa-vvi'll  i"i'|ii-i-i"iitcd   bv  AI i -s , above   rnentionee  i :     . i       ...."      ..i  On   thi*  Coll.  K'eii-.     Her   reneh'i ing .1 lie    "fly    Lliu ���������( cntii*CL\'  Love" and   "The  Soiji,!   ed'  I In:   Violin"  wa- excellent.    'I'oronlu dobe.  Th-: Mipeji iutfiidiMit of education re-  ccived the' following report from inspector Burn.-, who viniii-rl lire; public  M'hool hist week. '*rrii(." ge-iicral order  aud discipline of (he Kevel&toke public  school i.s excellent."  -Mi.-.s I-abcl T. Kerr, of Toronto, a  tal"iilcel elofiitionisl, gave great sati*-'-  fatinn to (he large aiulieiice, many pro-  notincing her to be tlie mint clever'  eiitn tainer in I hi-; line who bad ever  \isilfd tht- valiey,--'\'enKju i-7iiu&,  strongest  Province in   what  is now threatening  to   become   a   veritable, struggle  for  existence for white vvorkingmen.  .   a '        .     - i  .1 am a firm believer in tho, principle  of .government ownership of railways.  The provision of some effective-system for the settlement (if disputes  between capital and labor is much  needed aud any measure' iu this direc-  tion as, well as any other to improve  the conditions of the laboring classes  will find me in its favor.  This riding requires the establishment of a registration ollice at Revelstoke to facilitate the conduct-_qf  business in the district, and the construction of a gaoi is another requirement which would- receive my attention. '"   , ���������  'It is my belief that the pooulation  of Kootenay has reached a point at  which the establishment of a high  school at such a central point as Kev-  elstoke has become necessary.  The development of tlie Big Bend  mineral section is a point .which J  would do my utmost to,further.' . The  comoletion of the wagon road to the  head of the canyon and the subsidizing  a line of steamers on the upper riier  would form, in my"6pitiion, legitimate  methods for the legislature to adopt in  order to attain this desirable object.  L wuuld work for the cotihtructiou  of roads, trails and bridges on a  liberal scale throughout the riding,  | feeling stir'; that the money expended  in the development of the magnificent  resources of the Trout Lake, Lardeau,  Fish lli ver, Illecillewaet and Big Bend  sections vvill eventually prove ,i paying investment for the Provinoe in the  large increase of revenue, which will  accrue with the growth of ruining  activity within the district.  rI: elected f pledge myself to use my ,  utmost   endeavor**,   lo   carry   out   the; |  line of   policy in iu -  ground   I .beg   to j  olicityour voles un the ninth uf June, i  Vour obedient servant,  THOS.   TAYLOR  Belts!  Belts! Belts!  Ladies' Belts  AT���������  Guy Barber,  THE JEWELLER'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  THE.  Badminton Hotel  VANCOUVER.  RATES   52.50    PER    DAY.  i  Wagons, Delivery ; Rigs,������  .Buggies,  Etc:,;.  ���������: AT:���������  JAS. MCMAHON'S  Blacksmith in o- and ��������� Woodwork  done on' short notice. ,  Carriages ' Built   to    Order.  Your Pocket-������b6ok  may'bo low but jiolieitly'sues it, but,  if  your clothes   are    shabby   that  sctMesil, nobody wants to know you.  '.' Jjtulierior Gents Tailor iUn.dc Clothes  repaired and cleaned in good style.  Call or send post card.  Samuel' Needham, Douglas  St.  Established' 13 years. ���������       -     *  Strictly Union Labor Shop.  immHnlTM"" " "" i������JJijii*m������i������M������������������m������H  Highest Cash Pries Paid for  All sliipnioiU- are examined, by mo as  soon ah they arrive.* Prompt returns a"s-  Mireel. Prices, m*o too high to ^warrant  lioldiiiK-goods for any lengl.li of--time.  Vo'u should keep poi-Leel on the returns  you get from      ' ,,  G. W  BALDWIN,  P. 'O. Jiox L'iit Agent, for Jas.' Ullrnaii  Winnipeg', Ma n.  | PAINTS^ OILS; GlASS I  ���������^        " Just received One Carload of Paint and Oil���������-the largest shipment   "^  fw? evei hrcught into the town of these goods..    AVe are now in a position  <3?  JL- to supply everything in the paint line.     White Lead, Boiled' and Uaw  JL  jp Oil,  Turpentine,  Furniture Varnish,- Hard Oil Finish, etc.   All colors" j?  4^u ground in oil, Japan, or dry.     Kalsoniine in a variety of colors.     Coal wy  ������- Tar, Whiting, Plaster anel Oemum, Enamels in all shaih-s. Just received   ���������=-  *** a consignment of Stan ell Tools.    , ��������� , **T  <^������ ..      ��������� ���������   '   , d^t  I   : W,   M.   LAWRENCE. ��������� |  qjp Hardware, Paints; Oils, Glass, agent for Hamilton Powder Co ^  SSh ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 0/7  AZAAR  '-.'���������.���������      w  M Ladies Oostumes^**2^^^ '   ���������'      m  tfjh   ' fjlijhich   Llomespun.  all  wool, lhe* newest goods for Ladies wj'fi  m\ (kistiiini's   in' dark   and  light trrev,  daik and light fawn. Jav  m. ..        Call and see thorn. ���������' .-';-#  ������ New Muslins^=^^^> ' - W  kUN .   ,   New spotted' muslin for ladies sumnier dresses. Choice goods. \m/  Jfe Ladies Summer Vests^s^^^> y  KW AVe, have   a   verv   nice  line   of, these* just arrived.    J^rice  M Ladies HosieryN^=s^^r'    Xr        " ' '  ^A\^ ' New ladies cotton hose, J'ast black, prices 15c ^to 35c.       , t\fij;'  ^    X '    CALL AND SEE'THESE GOODS. '  Ip  PISH  Fresh  Cod,  Halibut,  Salmon,   Etc., ^Smoked, [  ��������� o . Fish & Kippers a Specialty-.     , ������   .*  '  x "* i *v  *     I V   Family. Groeers,'and Produce Merchants.  SAVAGE BROS,  .,   Second   Street, -  BBBBSSBSBBESSBBBBSBSiSaSa  "' Cleanliness  is^next to Grodliness."  If  sea ven o'er  you'  want your  .'   . "work done   in.a clean and  economical ' way   send   a  card to , ."  FRANK SAUNDERS,  Revelstoke'Station.  The Fred Robinson  Lumber Co. Limited..  CAREFUL ATTENT ON.  PROMPT. DELIVERY.  R.   H.   MAYNE,  FIRE .& "LIFE. INSURANCE AGENTS/f  .  '"   ' ' ^sn^-yNOTARIES PUBLIC; ETC.  FIRST   STREET,   REVELSTOKE.   : '_  THE SPRING STYLES   , ���������     "x7  are  beauties..    The   Spring  will   be here before you  knowc it  and   you   will   be'  uncomfortable with your  heavy  winter suit.' '- Pick  our your pattern'now and  ' have your Spring Suit in time.  New Spring Styles in Woolens.  or.  :b.   oirjessiml^n".,  First Street, Revelstoke.  On and after this date our  prices for  cut firewood vvill he as follows :  $1  per cord at Mill  $2      ���������"      delivered.  Prices Cut for Cash.  PdsrasasBn^i  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  He'll do if for you.  Our Assortment of  CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS,  STRAW MATTINGS  WALL PAPERS,  DRAPERY GOODS,  Etc., is the Largest in the West.  Samples Free on Request.  S.������ Victoria, B.C.  'JOCUT OF KfcVTSlON".  Xoiitii   \\'i;-T Koo-ri.s* iv*.  \ COI ft I' nf I{(!\'i~imi 'an,! A|<)ip;il ninlr I"  I Ik: .\-is(;-r-<iiiciil. A<-(. will hu lii-lfl Jit I h'*  1,'onrl lfnii-!(r, llf\-iA������li>kf��������� nn Tluirwiliiy, the, *-'Kt  rl.iy or.Iiinc, ll^Ki, iit i<i;.';<i;������. in.  WILLIAM J. IJ/CKUi,   '  JuJ0'e of tljfc C'omt (iL K������rlaIojj ,uid AijjjlmI.  Ijraying and deliverincf a speeialLy.  Teams always j*ear|y at. ^hort(."<t  notice. (.'ontracts ?<<i- johlrin^  taken.    A������ml   for   15. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  Mekwan, MeFeely & Company, Limiterfy:-.  Plate   and  SheeC Ulass  Wood    3f<iulels,  ,0'rtile  and   Tiling.       ."\IA.IJO������TJ(J   STKJiL   RANGES   for   Hotel   and   Family   use  Miners' and Mill Supplies.  Vancouver, - - British Columbia,  LESALE-HARDWARE  JJp.'iurhfs ul U;i\vhoii t'ily, Allin and JJuiincLt.  nmwm i wmwwwy*������gj  THE B. I). ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).  (Late .MacFarlane & Co.)  '       VANCOUVER,    B. C.  We are Man'iifacf urers and direct Importers, and cai-rv a large stock of  Thilances Furnaces, Fire Clay Roods, Scientific and Practical Books, Glassware,  Platinum Roods,Acids.Chemicalsand all otherAssayer'sand ^liner's reqiiireinents  Sole Agents tor Morgan Crucible Compant, 'Battersea, Becker Sons' Balances, etc.  Catalogue and full pmticulars tent ou ajipIicjitjciUi

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