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Array Provincial Library ������ June 99  IFTTBI/ESjKCEID  TTX;E3S:D.A."5r ^.ISTID   ZFIRUXAlTST..  .Vol. 77- No. 40,  EEVELSTOKE, B. C, JUNE 22, 1900.  $2.00 a Year.  '     LEADING STORE  , <f?' 7~~  fa  <$>  A COMPROMISE.     "    '  I' 4l  Anti-Martin Convention Endorses Dunsmuir Administration Temporarily. ���������  Ladies Blouses���������Special offer in new and f������j>  popular  goods, latest styles, regular prices <*>  $i,   $2,'and  $2.50, -going  now   at   50c, <f>  r'$ 1.50������and $1.95. '���������'* -' : -     "' 4jf  Ladies   Skirts���������Crash  'Linen,    Pique   and,.,^  <,    ,Duck,    regular pricey $1.50 $2.50, $3.75, ^  $4.50, going now at $1, 1.50, 2.75 and 3.50. ^  Men's Furnishings and Clothing--A11 ^  , Wool   Tweed   Serge  and , Worsted Suits >?���������  from $4 to $ 17 ;  Men's Balbriggan under- <������,  - .-     wear suits'$r., S, -        ��������� ',,- ' jj  ��������� Boots and Shoes--Reduced  for one day. <f  1 ,Vv~q mTake^arspecial offer of a splendid line *������������  of shoes, perfect1 fitting, good, new; stock, ^  ;. STANDARD PRICE $6; SATURDAY, JUNE 23, f  PRICE $3.75.    .    ,   ;������.     ,, |  We also carry a" choice stock,of C&rpets and). <J;  Linoleums, second  to   none in the city. ^  ���������.    > Call aiid see' us.  , 0- ' - ' ' -  No Trouble to Show Goods,  $<>  ^^(^i^<^y^i$i^<^H^'  Ladies' Belts  ���������AT���������  Guy Barber,  Z. THE JEWELLER'S  Q.P.R. Watch Inspector-  Drawing and delivering a specialty.  -Teams always ready al shortest  notice. Contracts for jobbing  taken.   -Agent*  foi*   B.C. .Oil Co.  Roberfc Samson.  # A large rarige 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.  The sittings of the convention of llie  anti-Martin members of,the provincial  legislature were brought to a close on  Tuestlay- evening by <i banquet, tendered the nicmbcijs, by Premier Dunsmuir, to mark the .temporary settlement of the inteinal difficulties thaL  have pervaded its ranks since thi*  elect ion. '  The difficulties were overcome bya  eoiiipromise between the dissenting  parlies, by which it was' agreed that  the. members present would support  the Dunsmuir Government' for one  session, to enable'the public works of  the. province., to be advanced.jind the  estimates and other necessary legisla-r'  tion 'put' through. This was agreed  upon, however, onlj upon the distinct  understanding that Hon. Mr. Duns-  niuir will re-orgahisse. bis cabinet at  the end of thesession ; also that, during the session^ no contentions legi>la-  tion shall be introduced. , '   . "'  - These conditions" weie agreed upon  bv the. meeting ras'a whole, MessrS.-  Ralpli Smith, "��������� Nanaimo; T. , Kidd;v  Richmond; aiid R. F. Green, Kaslo,  however, reserving their right'to independent action. , * ,  r  ���������The atyne was the culminating and  final action of lbe convention. Oilier  matters."however, were considered and  acte'd upon, at' the meetings which  were presided over .throughout by Miv  J.,P.* Booth,, member-elect for North"  Victoria. ;   , ,  - -At the rfirst meeting, it was moved  by Captain .Tallow, Vancouver*, seconded  by -Mr. R. McBrjde, Dewdney,  -awucan-ieujSn-uiminoMsly-: .-_ -  "Thal-iifLbe opinion of..,the urider-  -sfiRned."jiu'iu4>ei'8-jelet't.-<������f-vU������e.,i,fcegisla-'>-  "i,iye;A^stu������iil y?of l44i������"J?rov4nee.of -Brltf*  1*hi- ,���������dl urubia ,Ttlie- action - of -tltj4Lli������tt������-  terw til-Governor in calling .upon,' Mr.  to tine, andv that the proposed legislation " intioriuced by l lie'Dominion  government, based on the provisions  of the Natal Act, dealing with the  Chinese ������juest.ion, should be made  equally applicalile ,to Japanese innni-  gralion into t.'.-injula."  _ This practically ended Monday.'*-, sessions. On Tuesday two ^e^ions were  held, morning and afternoon, the latter one resulting in the acceptance of  the tempcrai v compromise l)'y which  the necessary legishition'ef the province for the lime being, will Ik> enabled  to proceed. '  Sensational Yarn  Frora Shanghai.  \  DYNAMITE ACCIDENT.      '  Two Men Caught While" Firing- Fuss at  ������, .���������    ' the Old Duncan Claim.       ���������' *  .  ���������'' '        - i   '  A  sad   accident  occurred .Tuesday  evening,at the. Old Duncan claim near  Illecillewuet injuring two   men.    Two  crews, were working   in   the. mine  at  depths  of .000   and   700   feet;  J.   T.  Canipbelland Arthur Chambers   waia  on the inner 'drift, while   D.   Woolsey  and P.'Kennedy were eng.-ige<i������ on   the  outer,-a crosscut which was being h\\\.<  Tt was  customary   for   them   to-.' drill  duringvthe day and   light   their,,isliots  last  thing  at  night.    Campbell    and  Chambers   fired    lheir   fuse , aud   all  hands ran out to a safe distance   until  ihe shots weie heard   to  go  off,   then  Chambers"and   Kennedy   returned/ to  light the   fuse   at" the  crosscut.    The  'fuse in use* was   tlnee   feet   in   length  aud they lighted four Allots   but ,had  misjudged the time they were engaged  ih .doing'- it  and' the' first   took   fire,  while     they,,    were   yet    -standing  beside' it,    knocking     both     down ;  Chambers   being . nearest    was ' badly  burned about the face' by  powder   be  sides having'a. hud burn  in'his "chest  Good, well finished Photos  equal to any made, in the district Work finished in Revelstoke.  ALL   WORK    GUARANTEED.  For sewing machine supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J. W. BENNETT,  representing- The Singer Mftpf.  Co., MucKcnzie Av<j.  that we sell the celebrated  Coote Prospector Shoe, no  other will "ive the comfort and  satisfaction, this we know from  long experience.   ,  Special Attention given to  Prospectors Supplies.  Remember   the   Place:  orris  FRONT   STREET,  RJVBLSTOKU.  Joseph Maitin lo form iv inini������>tryp.  while wholly unsupported in the-Legis-  lalure and in giving him such an unwarranted tiu,������p to complete his caliinet  and his completion of thesaiuivliy geVr-  'tlemen* unendorsed''by'the electorate  was contrary to the principles, usages*  and customs of constitutional government, and detrimental to the best  interests of ,the Province, and having  been, emphatically condemned by the  electorate' at. the late general eh ctinns,  the undersigned would, respectfully  request tbe premier of C.ina'da; to lay  these' facts, befotit His Excellency the*  Governor-General of Canada, hunihiy  sugirolintf that the usefulness .if liis  Honor the- Lieutenant-Governor is  gone; and be it further resolved that a  copy of* this resolution he" forthwith  teleginphed lo the premier ol Canada."  This resolution was signed by the  '���������nitre convention,- including , Uu-  premier nnd his colhngucs in office,  who voIu.itar.lv undertook to aflix  their signalmes lo the. document, upon  Ihe representations made to (hem by  Miosis. Garden and Puoley, the delegation appointed lo lay tlie mallei  before the'miniMers. After beinj:  signed, the I esoltilion was teh'^iaphed  to Sir Wilfrid Laurier.  At (ho Monday evening session,  Premier Dunsmuir and his colleagues  were censured by several members of  the convnl-ion for then action iu afflx-  injr iheir signalmes to the resolution,  while holding ofiicu at the will of the  Lieutenanl-Governor, who-c acliou^  \veve so severe!j criticised therein.  The internal storm was, however,  more or less successfully passed and  the meeting took up the question of  Asiatic immigiation, tbe debate resulting in the. following resolution, introduced by Mr. H. D. Flelmeken, Victoria, seconded by Mr. R. Mcliride,  Dewdney,   veing passed unanimously:  "That in the opinion of the members-  elect of the legislative assembly of the  province of British Columbia in meeting assembled at the city of* Vancouver, it is desirabh; that the entrance  fee imposed upon Chinese entering  Canada should be increased to the sum  of $n00, in accordance with thp   resold  llotis ut' the province parsed from time I iiw:  and Jiis- arm   bioken;" Kennedy,   was  badly^bruised aboutLthe faue'arid -had.  -beinj������*-yet-three, bltisls" to follow, the.  men niauaged' to get ai ' sate -dihtance,  ^Keunedv iwsistiuff his companion .that  far--mid then continuing to.the mouth  of:the tunnel"fur help. Chambers .was  j brought out of: tlie tuur:el and taken  Uii tlie cabin after which D. Woolsey  started-for Tlleeillewaet to' wire a  doctor and Keunedy accompanied liini  down thinking that by remaining over  night his eyes would swell so- that he I  could not see to come down iu the |  morning. The doctor anived at the '  mine, at 5 o'clockiii .the morning and  attended tu'Chamber's injuries preparing him for his���������trip=dowri , the  meuntaiu, a dist; nee of three ' miles  with a fall of -1000 feet, which was  made, on a ssretihir carried- by. two  men with a relief, .-J ift, and on reaching the railway Ie was brought to  He\rUt(tke on a f <ight train, Kennedy coming in on ivo. 1. * Both men  are now al llie. bnsj tal'and doing well  considering their injuries.  A Novel Idea.  Mrs. Kgerton. an Fnglish lady, who  did nursing Wi rk in Dawson" City,  carried out.an oiiginal idea in Lrindon,  which gieatly graliiied tlieC. P. H.  people. Mrs." Kger'c n had heen much  .���������-liiiek hy the sei':i.j. v along the line of  Ih** (.'. P". If., .is well as with the seivice  which the eiiii!|i.-i- y rendered across  I lit- ciiiiiiiii-iii. and he determined to  |i*l the I'nlk in liiij land know something ahum linili. l'.oc tbio purpose  she 'availed herself if a fancy ball at  Cnnvi-nt (i.-tideii. In appear in a costume which took ^fiist prize for originality, and which Yllustrated Canadian  scenery aud tbe C. P. IL in a highly  striking manner. The. lady'* hat was  trimmed in a manner to show the C.  P. IL trains in motion, her cape set  fort It L ike Ontario, Lake Superior and  t.he Itocky Mountains, while, the front  ol her drefs showevd a train ntt-hing at  full speed thiough the... wonderful  ravines in the far Northwest.. In the  lady's hand was a banner which contained tbe coats of aims of the several  provinces constituting the Dominion.  The tout en.-emhle, as the London  press remarked at the time, was wonderfully striking and impressive and  gave at a glance an idea of su country  of which Londoners, previous to the  jubilee, knew very little. Mi>. liger-  tou, as Mr. Baker, the O. P. IL agent  in Loudon, pointed oui, did all this  "off her own hat," and soluly with the  patriotic view of making Canada  known. The lady is coming out again,  probably this summer, when she will  make an extended tour of the country.  Photographs of Mrs. Egeiton in her  unique costume are at the general  offices of the   C. P. IL--Montreal Wit-  Lo.vnd.v,' June  21.���������The icpoit of  Admiral  Seymour's   arrival   at   Pekin  1 f     i  and the safety nf the foreign legations,  originating from Chinese sources and  cabled to this city from Shanghai, are  still unverified. However, the Italian  consul at Shanghia has, wi:ed to the  Italian foreign minister, TMamuis Vis-  c mti Vcnostii, that the legations arc  safe. r .' < ,'"'''  The rebellion is  spreading   far   and   ,  wide.    There is an impression indiplo  matic circles here and on the continent  that the allies have   hut-   yet' grappled .  with the situation effectnolv, and that,  even 50,000 troops would be powerless',  to do much tu contiol -1,000,000 stjuaiO !  milej,. ���������    ,  The latest'story, sent   out   by   the  Shanghai gossips is that Prince. Tua'u,  president of the Ts'ung Li Yamen,   li.-.s  burned the'Imperial  palace0at  Pekin  and murdered the Emperor,  and   that  the Empress Dowager  has  committed  suicide.    The eflect  of, ihe   bombard-    ,  ment of the Taku-' forts, ' as   described c>  by the Shanghai   correspondents,   wus  glory in the.,exlreme, nothing less than   "  "rivers   ,o'f   blood"   and.- " mutilated  corpses'piled up inside the forts."    7  '   "  JTlnj" Russians guarding, Tien   Tsin,, ,  according,tu another.report,-fired from". ,  artillery aiTdiiUcs, Jnnv 15,-fnt;a range   -  hi 50 yards in to dense crowds of iiWick-  ing Buxers, and killed.300.    ..  Cabinet Ministeps.  Are Sworn In,  . ��������� Victokkv June 21.���������The follow-,  ing cabinet ministers were sworn in  /is afternoon:��������� W. C. Wells, N. E.,  Kootenay, minister of land and works  TR. M.-Hrlde.-. Dewdney, uiini.^ter of  mines; J. D. Prentice', E., Lillooel,  provincial secietarv.  Ottawa, June 20.���������Lieutenant-Governor Midlines I as refused to resign  and he was notified by the government  t >-day i hai h\> wa*^* dismissed.  Sir IJemi Ji-ly (!������������������ Lntliiuiere will be  appointed to take his place.  Tlie Cassiar Returns.  It i.s usually ihe unexpected that  happens in oul-nf-lhe-way cornels 'of  the eai th, and now the s:gns jmint to  AIf. 'Stables (independent libeial) .billing in Ciplaiu Irving'-, old p'aee. as  Ml Ciill'iuil's eolie.'igue fi-r Caviar,  liella Coola and IL.-i^hoii. wilii Dea-e  Lake-presumably, were, all the jmliiug  staliiHiscnot yet heard fiom ycMeida\:  it wiis expected that e.-u h of these  would inciea.se the lead then held by  Clifford and Irving, the. Commodoiu  being three, votes ahead of .Mr. Stables.  Instead of doing so, huwc.\cr, Leila  Coola gave Chllbrd 20, added 2o for  Stables, and divided an odd live between Jiving and G'odfiey, the captain  receiving four. These additions made  the totals: Cliilbrd, .������,11; Stables, 2G1:  Irving, 2-14j and Godfrey, ISo. Then  cani'5 the news that the b.dlot boxes  had not got up to IJazelton' (and theie-'  fore not to Dease Lake, which is far  beyond) and that in consequence no  vote had been polled theie, so lhat  Messrs. Clifford and , Stables may be  counted elected. The former is one of  the. best known men of the north, a  pioneer of th������ Cassiar district, and its  senior member in the last parliament.  His colleague represents more directly  the At lin section of the district and is  himself a practical miner. He is a liberal, ���������iiippurliuvj Jujeph Mai lin.  ������-. s~���
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Tin*: Kootk.vay Mail,
Revelstoke, B.C.
' FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1000.
Doings of Last Week in tha Dominion
1   '        House.
imaginable. Take for'example bis policywith regard to tbe royal eommi-.*-
ion appointed hy (he governni'Mit to
investigate alleged election fraud.-, a--,
is well undei stood bv all who have
taken tbe trouble Lo vvalcb. currenl
events the commission ha-: b.vii g:T\.'ii
power vvhich vvill enabli' jl to do i'-u1
more searching and effect ive work than
would have heen possible lu-fore a par-
lianicntary comniittee under any cir-
cuuibtancep. The toried never desii.'-d
any inquiry half s>u searching, or if they
did they most carefully concealed lbe
fact, for there vvas not a bint of it in
all the long-winded speeches -di'liveied
in the house. As soon,as ih" government announced ils intent ion bovvevei,
and it became most obviously m-res-
not    to    show     anv    object;, n
(hereto, lbe   opposition  attempted   to
go the govei nine.'IV one bel Icr   and   instantly manifested   a   vyihl .anxic'.y   :,o
giant all kind'of po'.vc;-   to   tbe  (on-
ini-sion.    in fact Ihey ��vo;il 1 r.'f.i-i i be
recognized and long   y: oci de.: e   of.tbe
com I.-*, remodel Ihe   lavv.-i   of  i-*. ic!> rce.
and geueially i eadjust lbe eon-i i! ill ion
ii'onlv   they could make   il.,c!>*ni   hor,
terribly anxious Ihey \v.-i'e Lo root on!
the evil, vvhich everybody   know--- perfectly w��dl had   existed    (or   nearly' a
quarter of a century and r.cvrer v.-;..-;' as
had as when the.ie sell" same ge:il.ieini;n
were in the heyd.iy of their powei  and
benefited from every known variety of
political corruption in ils most virulent
form.,   After being placed in possession
of the details of'the instruct inns i-.-ued
to the commission .Sir (Jinnies-*   offered
a number of wordy amendment^ which
were   entirely    umiecc-Miry    as    they
would not/ in   any way, have  enlarged
tbe.scope of the commission or increased
its powei of    usefulness,    but   because
the government did'  not. choose   to  a.t.
once acquiesce,'tho Lory piv.-.s throughout the country discover forsooth  tha,I
the whole affair is a farce and that. Hie
government has no intention of having
a bona fide aud effective in ve.-t igalimi.
Happily Ibe electorate a I. large* utilizes*.
its comiuen sense*to much be't.Lei^  purpose than do lho members of  Ibe  ojip-
ositioii iu the federal house   of   parliament: ���      , :-    ' ,
Ottawa,   June  Jo':��� The Iiourassa
incident in the house of-cominons 'last
week continues to attiact attention   lo
'    a degree entii ely out of  proportion  to
its importance.   This is distinctly  unfortunate, for it is likely  to create an
absolutely erroneous impression among
those who have no other  means of  in-
,   formation than biassed'newspaper  re-
p'oits.    Mr.  Jiourapsa   who   of ,course
has the same rights as any other member, of the house of commons, or as any
citizen of the country-for- that  matter,
to state his convictions oii any subject,
'   will be the principal .and   in   fact the
.    only sufferer' for any error of judgment
' or exhibition of bad taste that, he  may
have been guilty  of,'  and   tlie   sooner
opposition members learn  a lesson  in
,   dignity and   self-respect, from  the'example, set by,  the,   imperial   house   in
dealing with men far more   prominent
in the public eye, than eyer the member
from Labello is likely to 1k\Uuk better
it will be for themselves and Llie party
they profess to represent.
' A sample  tory* Loyalist^   The  incident, regrettable as it 'may  be,  ha-' a
distinctly humorous side which   should
not be lost sight of.    The   tory   paper's
have graphically described the scene in
the house when Mr. Boutassa sntdowu
o and Dr, Montague sprang  to  bis  feet   fl^f. in'their fanaticism as  tiie   Soudan
"and with all Ihrf theatrical bye-play  of   f]'t.rvisliesu
.  the stump orator of which he is an  acknowledged  master,   called   tor  three
cheers for the   Queen.    We   are   told
'   that the premier and eight or.,Leh other
members declined to be dragooned into
liiakinga ridiculous exhibition of themselves at Di.'   .Montague's, behet-t,   and
took   no   part   in   tbe   demonstration.
Fancy Di'. Montague posingasa special
exponent of lespectful  loyalty  to  the
Queen and the indignant champion   of
Her Majesty   when   the   policy' of her j is not certain.
imperial ministry is called in question, j ii.-;";i!i '''ancient
This is the Mime'Dr. Montague who  in
the general election in 1891 dared to insult his sovereign by issuing the following circular Lo the Indians  in the  con-
.slituency of Maldirnand where he  was > m    nuni
running ��� ! Miming
"To the   Indians:���The   Queen   has j pie.-stige   and   in
always loved    her  clear  loyal  subjects j ju��t ' as   di-^ionc
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X. '      ASA
ir     '   Kootenay Lodge
^7JA *   No. 15 A.F. & A.M."
A^ * ' ���          '
, *"   * 'TI'iiei'f-.S'ul.'iriiiceLings'
-~p*       are held in (he 3Ias-
~JA~\       oii'i* Temple. Uournii
iSf>i=i.l3:ill,   un  the    third
VCv���^ jj 0,.(i ,iy   j),   each
.niiiiih al' & p. in.
Vi-iiin;v brethren
cordially welcomed.
IT. ,1. PI!ATT  HiX'iiKT.vuv.
ViAAZ, J,-0��GE, 3. O. O. P., No. 25.
\,a- Hernial* meeting are held
���1��:V.   i�� Oddfellows' Hall every
A'-'. ,\ '"AAA fX~A> 'J'inu'.viay nJ^rlit at  oij.;ht
���\'A- X '"*">"���.--vl-i.-'^jrirelijoiv.   Visitiny hrotliei'f-
,  .--.-j."- \\Va^y-   eia'dinlly w-eh.'cmied.
T.j.(;n.\;rA:\*. :<.c
STL^ZZ'il-l.Z LODGE, NO. ID, I/O. O. F.
.^ ^        '" ��� ..MucLs every Tuesday
^<A~fi"\"' ~V,- "-^>^     cvcniii'C in Oddfellows'
/y    ['))       p)    ��X Midi   -at,   h    o'clock.
[At     ���si/~~?~:-^~ '-^s,      i)Vi-dins' brctlinaimr-
KlTTA'S.: -���i^n^'dj.-illv   invited   to  ai-
leii'l. '!    "
n.'iT,\:*.'i;L::;v. n. c.        ^\'. ma'i hik, si:c.
4f*T?T; -
SAMPLE ItOOiMS.    Heated by
���^S5 hot air and electric bells  and
light in every room.   Free biiR meets all
trains. -~
Night tirill Itoom in connection for the
uoiivcnieiicrof KUCits iirrivingr ntul Ac-
))iii*tintr by night trains. Hourly t-trcct
ear between hotel and nttition.
- ��� I. C. F, No. SiCl.
ic. i). .r. t\ .ioiinso:'
(J.    !!.   n
��:.l.i'-l- in the (J.liliVliow
- i'-'iil on Ili'j .-.ecuiid urn
fourth ?.Ioiidiiys' uf each
inui.th.    Vihidiif,' broih-
l-cn    invitoil   to  attend.
I,        U. AV. MITCHELL,
IC. S.   <>}
/Jl K��r &&&,
,    , t;*M^y
Gold Bango Lodge,
K. of P., No. 26,
.   .Revelstoke, B.C.
Tercets evei'V ^\7'odnes-
day in Odd fellows'
Hull * at S o'clock.
Visiting Knights invited.    ��� '
J.   \V.  CROSS, M.D..
0 c
��� Newly built.        Fiist-i las.��
'' iii' every 'respect.      All
modern conveniences.
jij.ni^e, sample rooms.    Fire
��� proof '.safe. .    Free 'bus
,   meets all trains.. .
Under same' management:
Who are the "Boxers"?
Tiie Chinese, soeiet;, oi ''FjoNer-s'" con-'
stitute in reality a ^reat elan   of   murderers, estimated to cmi.taiu in fcls i uim*:^
over   eleven    million   semi-barbarians,
well organized, we
;il!ft a*i Ruv
4       I-I.  UOLDIOII    -
,ii.'    :* '������
' (i l f
Iioj.il Soheol of Minos,' London. ���
ripven yeai*.*' at- Mot'fu Works, Sv.'.in*.i,
.  Seventeen   year.-;   Chief   Cheminl  to  Wigan
(.Vi.il iin.-l Iron'Co.. 1'aig. . ' ���
!.au* Ciiuiiii-L.iiiid As-avor. Hall Mines. l.Ld.
Kvery de-i.'a'i'.licni   o'.   ai-.ay  and  analytical
\\<j*-'; '.ind -'ctaUcii.
.('l.'.i.iii it.vaiiiiiic.il and repented uiioii.
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Newly Built.
Lighted by Electricity
> Throughout.
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Best Brands of
Wines, Liquors and
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Jtevel-iake, li. C,
U.Q.; Kcrt Steele, M. C.
J.,A. Tl.vuvnv,
Kort Steele, li. C.
The society w-is originally foi mei!
with Llie beneficent intention" of protecting honest men in China fiom ban-''
clits.' Jt was c.iMed1 Ta-Tao Hu l i.
which means '"The Society of the Great
."Sword/"' a title whicli .seeiii-, l.p ii iv
been chanued at acompiraii-.elv rec;*;i!
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ir name
date11o tiie more   rami
-so often   appear.^   in
ju.it now.
When and where the cUi. o:
The native^ \>.
soeiet\\ but t.
mean ten years -jn* (>ne lumcisi''
agreed thai xt I
laudable and it^
became more   p.
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oui   'new^n.-uierrs i
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to it
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ir.it'ic pi ii!C'.pi'"i were
- v.-i*r'c 'j'jo i. Aa ;\h it,
���eifai and, im r.-a*f"J i
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li-.-ti'jr. it ��.co:de'i.
and   o*.;-icn:r!'' '.j.-r
Edison Standard
.   ,  ' -,'''. . Phonograph
v,-;*li ali-tho l.i'uv'it iniprovonit'iils will
i iT.c ..'- d r. prodiiee rceonN. complete
i-R-1'.alia^, IJec'jrdci'. K'epi'oiliiccr, l>ra--s
' ��� Ili'ni. J-aiijih'ro Shaving ICnife. ICar -
Tube-. C,i.!ieIsTJaii* I>i-ii.sh. (^il Can. alio
One-.'i.ill"- dozen Itceord* and Itooks oi
J. A. StOz\.e,'-Proprietor.,
Eates,* $ f .pe.r day*... i -. .'.'...... :
liiecLnc'JiQ"htetl. furnace heated
  v O.  *     2 i
Ne\y,i*y built and furnished. . ..
Finest and :.bpstu supplied bar
... .in the city ::...'
Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C.
Q-O-OO-O-OO C^O<>--CK>^<H>00-0<H>0<K><KX>^
��� i-'i-ilSJEL
the  Indians.    .She  wants  them   to   lie j son* allay   iJjem-elve
good men and women  and   s*he   wants j bodies in other Uniui to*
TheaiJ iii^u'Dt'O'. ,jd   ad
a*, ijandit*- arf'i   !
rilierl    bv    ;m*i *�� ������]
\ ictiir.s loriked ,.io-i'i i
and dis'jnvei' -d ic   bi t
sioiiarie*.      1;   is   -aid
fei-jf;d    cou v*i iiuii.
j-e.ein-i to b'1 ele'ii  11 at
VVll.'i   iji
bodies in other Ui:ni? tf;-';.��v
them to live on the land Lhat that, they j
have, and she expects in a  little   while j mf-mf/, ami in man;. <a-.c^  di;
if her great  chief John  A,  ��et.s  into ' HiTort-s of Uie ,ol-1-" t;. ..::..ir.q
yovernnienta-ain to  he very   kind   to ' lun.-i! ���.���n-.mi""'. -.fi'^n i h-y   x
lbe Indians, and  to   make   them   very
happy.    She wants, them to  vote,   and
Ui all vote .for- Dr. .Montague who i- the
Queen's agent.    He is their fi iend   and
hy voting foi, him   every   one   of   the
Canadians   will   please    "Queen    'Vic-
At the top of   ibis   circular   was  the
Hritijh   coat-rjf-arms.    Dr.    Lanclerkin
liroiight* the matter to the atteiHion of
Ihe house on July 17th. ISO) when    Dr.
Montague cbmied  having ariytliin'tr   to
do with the. circular,    but at  a   sulne
qnent eb'C|imi-t rial  Im   was  compelled j
to admit under oat h thai, he had   written a part "f it,   while anofbei   witness
.ivvorethal lie wrote   it all.     If   this  is
t he-ort of inan t he lorie-i |tiit   up  as  a
.-peci.'il exponent of tlieir idea-, of loyalty methiuks tlie   liberals   need   not   be
great 1 j'    perturbed    when      they     are
charged by that same tory party   with
di-loyalt y.
Cheap piety. One would hardly
have thought that Sir Charles Tupper
is deficient, in a sense of humor, but I hi
I   iio, 5 i s ti
I*,r    ; >'
if '-in . ;
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ii    :.���:;.
tIe-   m i-
suec^ded in piot.'ctii;*^ ihr*!i). ;
I intensilied the U'cliw' ;\ \,w)i 'i,.
1 existed in Ciu'na again-', i mi '���
; gelists.
I . fn many diiti i..-ti "t .'-Iia .I'i',
i less ehii^tian lean' i Ijm.' !���'���
troyed, (Jeiman 1*1 r 'a*-.' ,im" - .i.
an Catholics. Kuc'l.iii '*!ii r ���!.:.���
UongrCgiti.m dists, Ilia* :>e,
victims of shock in'-'' oiil*i..c -
i!.*i_r eip-
'���'<\   the
nil ii.ii*-
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���- ���. .    ;    .���   .(Limited Liability.)'
lanufacturers and Dealers in all Kinds of,
il. ii,
0?& "-���'
-   o   -
Also shingles,- tpo.ulclings, base boards,
casings, finishing 'lumber, extra, wide
clear pine and ceckir.   ��� Long  clini.eli:
sion   timber   cut   to   order.'  'A larare
assortment of   season   lumber kept on ���
hand in'the yard and sheds at Revelstoke by the pioneer lumber dealer of ���
Kootenay   who also has had considet-'
able   experience   in    eastern   Canada1'
which   enables   him  to'catcr for what
the builder requires.    You will always
find him ready for business.
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IOrgh(v-six rnemb"! -. of li
house of Ioi dn and I w.-nt', -'���!
hers of the hou-.e of eoiimio',
si rving iu the armies of Ll.'; ���
South Afiica, The itch old
their fighting ancestois --Lii!
the veins of the Ib ili*-h nobi'
enliv.     whalevei     opininn    -'
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Prices Right.
i erms Strictly Cash.     Leave Your Order.
apping, Agent, Revelstoke, B.C.
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A   A.     ...     C/      ., . .     ,.   ,   , I. , i enlci tain of ibeir nn nl.il de-
uicideiit I have r-leiicd Lo   I-.   not   the . .
onlv funnv thing in the recent proceed- ' "_N letona June-.
.. ni
ing6-of the house, vvhich iia.-i, however
been treated by Ihe conservalive
leader   in   the   jnosl  serious   pi.iuuer
Antoinette   Trebr-l
Jlouse Monday June
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I '.Viili.iiii A. Mauri-, a^fiil
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IJ ('������Hi" mi',..!, i i- <[,,-, *li"i,"i UicclfiO* hereof,
lii.ijijitv i" ' i' .\l.iiin.; I; en,�����!������!��� Fm* ii Ci i-tili"
' i*'* in l'i;r_i < .ii' 11;-, J11r llie |iiii*|i(i-'(* ef ob-
, ��� it .i.c r> C'"i '���   - 'J.mi 11 nl I he ali'ive fiailii-'.
-,i.'l imi :  i l ti." ii'il ice lli.it act ion, noder
������������������lii.a   ',', .   *ii ii -i    In    i .aiiiii'in c(l    before   tlie
I*--naaci i'i    ah Ci'itifie.ilt. ol" Improv cmcnN.
Daf'il tliH I Mi day/il .Inn'*. j<)(ni.
Furniture and Undertaking:,
Repairing & Upholstering Done
Wnri'hoiibe'in c*on,nection'for at'ora^t* of family and oilier furniture
l ruiikVeir.. at niontbly or- other rales. Agents for Raymond Setting Machine. THE -KOOTENAY MAIL  THE' CENSOR.  Tire newer  are'made f-o  vessels on tlie 'ijreat' lakes  soavvoilliy.^is- to challenge  any wind that blows.���������Troy Tinier.  The "cloudliui'st"* on Wall street-gave,  a flood of hints as to' about how much  water there really is 'in stocks.���������New  York World.     '  Ij:, would seem that the Brooklyn police  .shouldn't so easily give up'their hunt Tor  Miller when he lias-so much of their.own  money.��������� lOxclwuijjo. ���������        ' -,  ���������Tlio czar is taking as 'much interest in  ��������� arms and ammunition as if he had never  submitted such a thing as a peace proposition.���������^Yri&hiugton Star.  Now that Hawaii is to havo a trolley  the; Ilavvaiians vvill havo to give up their  lazy,' indifferent, sort, of; life and learn  how to dodge.���������Chicago Post.  A innn in Kansas City.has received $5,-  000 damages from a person who called  him "a clabber faced barnacle." Origi-  .nality in epiibct is so rare nowadays that  tlns-'seoms ungenerous.���������New York. Press.  ', Fancy entering a railway car. in Paris  and stepping out in Africa! ' Strikes .one  as a dream of Ihe "Arabian Nights." but  M.'.Jean Merlier, the famous'French-engineer, proposes to make il a reality.���������  New York Lleraid.        ' ��������� 0   ���������  (JJadstonp is getting his vindication ,  tliosb.d.-i.vs, too late ro enjoy it in life, but  not too late to prove bis wisdom to a generation of Kiigli'slimeii "who have'critieis-  cd him f<ir the peace he made with the  . Moors after Jlsijuba, Hill.���������Elmira (Ja-���������  zctt'e. ,.,       "'" r  There are occasions when the golf skirt ,  , is not a thing of licniity,',.biitjiii such instances no one is ir greater sufferer than  1 r the wearer.    If the wearer.-therefore, is  "willing to defj������public opinion for the sake  of comfort, it is hard to understand just  how it is anybody's business but her own.  ���������Albany Journal.  ���������   The downward 'tendency  in street car  .   fares is illustrated by llie. proposition of  a syndicate to Colin?.li'us. O., to take all  tho franchises at-tlie=u������Ii*p������s-*i!iafsi!iC5eil.r  -and   make a  15  cent   faro.    The  fact   is  very good1'evidence that, there is'money  "in the business with a charge as low ns 3  cents.���������Buffalo Express.  POLITICAL QUIPS.  The'presidential bee in a man's bonnet  seldom Jills it.with the honey of bappi-  ��������� ness.���������Chicago is'evvs.  if  Wouldn't it lie cjuitc humorous to have  Root the tail of one ticket air! Ilogi: the  tail of the other?���������Cleveland Plain" Dealer.  If the politicians of Buffalo got all ihey  wanted, they would hold all'of the ollioos  west   of   the * Cyncace   river. ��������� Batavia  ' News.  PAPER AND WOOD.  ->   -T-   ������   5-   -1-   -1-   -T-   -i-   -���������>   ->   ->   ->   ������   *   ������   .j   .7   -f *   ������   ������   S   *   ������   ������   ������   J     n.   ->   ->   ���������*���������   -i    -;- ,.*    j.    s.   .1     j    ..   .,   .,    I   ,,    i 'i '.{. *{���������  -   "j.  &k>ft&Ki&9iU-K&tK'&&t^-&Pii������-*i'kir9j ^'*-^l^'^rft'^������'^ft-^ft'^^^^'fe-*!;"*yr������;'^r  * ^^-^.^'*.**^-.*^.**^ig^���������*  4* S^  *S ��������� rr-    * '  -'," IK &r-  ~w o ir,  *���������$*  4^>X  't. ft ������  : ti^-  in one respect this conn fry is falling  behind in wealth, and (bat is in its for-  puts, especially of pine.���������St. Louis CJIobe-  Doinocrat.  Paper manufacturers, after a closer  hunt with 'skilled experts at their command, find no siibsiiiute ,for wood pulp  ns paper stock. And Ihey* arc buying  moro spruce laud than ever.���������Baugor  (Vim mercinl.  4*9. tii-  ^nft.L  J.~ ''ft  ^l".f ������i*  T*  IR,  IT  4<>ftr-~  ,-^9..t  -.  fi: * ~  ������-*- if: ���������'  x*Z  , **.T5~  -. * -V t<r-  x ft r  ' A* r}--  PERT  PERSONALS.  C. Oliver Iselinlias gone abroad,-and  tho chances nre���������that the effete despotisms  ���������will all'dip their colors lo him.���������Boston,  Herald. .   . ,     '.    -.",'-' ���������-'    c,  Professor 'Garner Is  nbout, to  sftll'to  Africa v'vith a full stock of Seotclrdinlect  ii-stories for some more'monkey business.���������  'New York Press.      '   '���������    ' ,- " *  Whisth'r,   the  eccentric,   is  painting a  portrait  of   Roio   Fuller.     Hero's   iineX-''  pected fi'iendliuess hetwecn'-the art of the.,  painter nnd the art of the dancer.-f-Bos-'  ton Globe. *        . v_.    .. , ,  Altlioiigh.'slic is colonel of" a Gei'innn'  regiment, Qmopii^ Yictoiaa did riot.;ai**pe;i.rv  in, the uniforiii of tiieVpgimoiit as h com:..,,  pliment   1q  her grandson -on , his  reer-nt  visit.���������Chicago Ilecord.    , '���������    -'    ''-./'   -'.',  *    A   "personal   panigra'ph'/" says,"   '.'The  queens of Belgium and 'Spain are  both  fond of painting landscapes."    So Albert  Edward, prince of Wales, ig snjd fo be'.  ,   Bed Is his favorite tint.���������Sotui>rville"Jour-  nal. ,        .* ... '���������":,  Chauneey M. Depovv-believes that there  arc as great , men *in 'congress'today as  there, were" in the^bhl .days "of .C'ltly 'iiiiil  Webster. , But modesty, prevents- hiiu  from naming them. ��������� Peoria Ilernld-  Transcript. , ��������� ,       *?  It is said that Mr. William Waldrrf--  Astor. British subject, c-ontemplate������ the  erection of niother irnrneuse hotel in New  York. Mr. Astor evidently- appreciates  the fact that there' is nothing like an  American income foi* keeping up British  appearances.���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  f~o Snvvil  ii  Sliflliiit;'.  l-'r-  At a certain eloth faeiory in Scotland  it vvas the custom to line (lie workpeople  .for turning on!   bad" work.    One day a  workman brought a pieei> of cloth io be  'examined, and the manager found two  little holes.about an inch apart. He then  showed these lo (lie man and demanded  '1 shillings-fine. ;i shilling for each hole.  ' "Is it a shilling for eaelf holeVV asked  rhe man. .       ���������    ^ '  "Yi's," said the manager.  "And is it the same for.every hole., big  or littleV"  i "Yes; exactly the same/'said, the manager.' ���������     '  ���������  '"Well, then. I'll save*a shilling."    And  -putting his fingers in the boles he quickly  'innde the two into one.���������London Au-  gwers.  Very   SiiK<i'ci������iin.  A'.farmer' had n very sagacious dog  which he.had trained to count his' sheep  jia .they passed through a particular  opened gate, against which a pile ot  stotips were placed for the dog's use.' As  each sheep passed through,' the dog placed one of the stones aside. One day. much  to the farmer's surprise, he found the dog  trying to break a stone in half, and on  himself couuting'tbe Hock lie found (here  had been'an addition, in the uight of <a  lamb.    , "    ,  -3*  ' FrniiUiieua In Ihe Home.  * John���������You're nn ignorant woman, Ma-  fin!    _      -  Mnria���������I don't know'everything, John.  John��������� Uii'iph!" Koine people don't know  enough to know how little they do know.  Mnria���������I'm surprised to hear you s>ny  'tliat", 'John. ' I didn't think you were  frank enough to make sucli, an honest  confession.���������Boston Courier.1  4<ftr'tr-  ������**?  4*ftX  ^9.f.  <*? ft .'i-  ���������,  " ft *r  A/ft,*  X9 HT  '&9&'  i* ^  4*$&  4M~<  , T-5~  ootei^ay  A+ -v-  4 9*^  <������*. ft i^.  <$>  e&'������  yr  THE. ROYAL BOX.  Prince   George   of   Greece   is'  giving  Crete a monetary system of its own. bearing,bis head on the obverse.   The coinage  '  is being struck off in Paris and is to be in  gold, silver, nickel and bronze.,       '  The  Empress  Frederick  of  Germany  c possesses.n curious little"tea service. The  tray is iuade of an old Pcrsuui halfpenny",  tlie teapot was ouco ,n German farthiag,  anji.qH'tlie tiny-.cu.ps are made from coins  -ol-different German principalities  Of'th'e 10 predecessors of.tho^Pi'ltice.of  ,  ..Wales-- ill ���������..lijJsH.Ctle.yoiily" tfVc' aTtallled ''the  '���������/rftte'Vf/50���������tVauie'ly. Henry VIII. Charles  li'niid George II, III,and V.    Five died  before*the age of l!0 and, again, five died  by violence���������Kdward  I,   Ib'chnrd  II,  Fd-  ,ward, son of Henry .V.I; Fdward V, and  ' Charles I.    :  , ��������� The Princess of Wales i.s exceedingly  particular about the placing of the furniture and ornamenl.s in llie rooms al Mnrl-  , borough Hoii'-e. Before removing the  things preparatory to a "turn out" the  servants have to take exact notice of the  position of each aiticle. so that Ihey may  replace it properly, or the princess vvill  observe the alteration and call ntteution  lo it.    .  ELECTRIC SPARKS.  Tarbiu-hr, an Indian word 'meaning  telegraphy without ^wires, is suggested as  the single word thai shall designate tha  now wireless telegraphy.  Heavy glass insulators, it is Known,  melt at 1.100 volts. . Aii ju vein or crushes  {Tiiuitc aud liiakev a composition, of it,  and il resists 'J0.000-volts o'f current. It  heats all old insulating method*--.  Electricity is used io, operate the type  bars of a  new  typewriter  which lias  a  imigiiet set iu position to operate the level's when thy keys are deprrssvd n short  distance, making it unnecessary (n fores,  the key dotv" for the full strok������.���������<-< ' .������.  From an interpretation of a pasgnjp in  the -Koran,   Moslems,, are " forbidtieV ;o  have shad.es, to their' eyes; Jienee the ab:  .senceof the peak both from the fez and  ��������� the turban. ���������     >- ���������*'.- -'   - -       -������������������.'���������-;���������;  The juice of the mulberry ivn> at nn������,  time'declared to he a sovereign remedy  for gouty nnd rheumatic, -ifl'cctiovu..  i       '.    - '  *- 'Crnckcrjnclc.  The Boston Herald thus explains the  origin of the word" "crackerjack:" "In  the hot southwest.cactus -whisky, or riles-,  cnl, is n favorite prescription for a.jag.  The Mexican loaded with mescal'is much  given to Castilian. profanity,a"nd invective,!  his'favorite verbal" jewel being 'earnjo.'  pronounced earahoo. In time.a gorgeous.  red lined, voci'femus drunk eanu* to be  called a earn jo jag���������earahoo jag ���������and'by  corruption a crackerjag or crackerjack;  hence . rill things, supreme, clever, lirst  class, were1 by una logy termed cracker-  jacks."       ' '  SomcTvlint Uneiinnl.  The Mohammc(}an law of divorce is a  marvel of simplicity. The iiusbaud repeat's to his wife tliree times, "l'ou are,  divorced," nnd'the thir.p Is done,' but the  wife is not allowed to use the easy formula ng'ainst her husband. ��������� Philadelphia  ledger.  '   BY THE   WAY.  #���������*,������, a' . '���������'���������  f>   ������.*r  ii  ���������    'i, rir"  -5- if" ������,  u   j������ .,  4t4*r  4������Pt  4**&    <��������� i ( ������ *, "  We  have always been noted for the  fine quality of our ���������work���������that's why we  ���������,..' ���������'.''' .      '    "     ������    ' -    '������������������  '  are  always  busy.      Cheap   and; inferior  printing* costs the same as good printing,  ��������� '.-',..      ' ��������� & ' ������������������'',.  r l A * *  therefore why not g;et the best. Our  prices are always reasonable. If in need  of fine pirinting1, write or call on us at once,  4-ft^  -S.^9  *  9 lf ���������  .  .  9  ,r  ^ftrr*  *&9������-  4^X ���������  v*^Jt If.  4C������-  f 9  T  A*  &  -( ft iT  ������������������ <*J (ft Ad*  AS.* 9   "  '4**:ff  t&V'itf x  4*-ft*>r  i������lt'  i.  we are never too busy to attend to all orders.#4!  '     ' ���������  ���������      . '* ' -    ��������� , .' A*9ji.  "    ' - X^.t  ��������� ��������� lY-JT  e.yels  4*ft*'>r>  ���������tit  *Z*9  r  &'&-^i&&'Sh&'&ft'&&'&&'k������?&UrK'i=r&S'&-9s      &-^&^&^&-^&'^&-^&-:i;$xBJr;>-&<s <5-^ '*>      ^���������^&^&^&^&^.V^&-^&-^\4^i.&jjs.xi  Ar    -ir ' t-    -i. X-ir  'ir    At    -if   ' It    -^-^fT-irtT-tr-<r-tffr-tr-f:-tT-^     -Cr    -if    -ir    -f-    -fx    -^    Hr    ^c    -li:    rf-    -ir    -������r    <������������������    ���������*-    ?r    -tr    -c-    -c-    *c-    -Cr    -fr    -cr    -tr    -c    -tr' -tr    V- .  The touch of ������ hand, ihe yluncc of an o>-������  Or t word L'Sflianyctl with a pn'-jsciuyi  A tflimpse ot a face In u umv.iluO ill ft t,  And aftcrttHl'd lift* I: llicotn|ilcU*; .,  'A pictiiic* painted with honest /teaI,   --..-<i  And wc lose ihe old'for llio iil-w. ideal; ��������� -  A cliaiH'c rciiinrk or a song's mfi-ain,  And life-is never, the same again.  A frlrnilly smile and love's emliefitii; spark  Leap* into tt.ini'i anil illiuniiies llie ilnik;  A wliisporeil, "Uc Ihu'm.*:" to our,fi-llow men,  And they pick ,np tlie (hrc.ul of hope ajram;  Thui never an act 01 a word or thought  Hut that with tingruesijeii  importance is fraught;  (���������'or Binall tilings build up eioiuily  And blazon llie ways for destiny. .  o  Good Tort<li|ilcli������ Are Scarce.  Toothpicks rire a necessity of civilizn-  tion, and.it is the hnrdest job in' tho  world to obtain a satisfactory one. The  old fashioned goose quill ruins the Riuns.  causing them fo recede,, vvhich mentis  "sans teeth" nt uU. The hard pine pick  should land its maker in the penitentiary.  The soft, white pine pick is a joy. The  orange wood pick, "made in I'ortugar'���������  and why made in Portugal���������is white,  sweet, smooth, strong and pliable. It  will not sliver, nnd does not injure the  enamel. It is genuine'aud,cheap���������oUU for  10 cents. Teeth are remorselessly disappearing, and dentists attribute it to picks.  Nothing Is recommended now but dental  flosf.���������New York Precs-  i  Their Stock In Trade.  The Bor���������������I ���������-assure yon, madam, t'nat  Jiiy; dear friend here bud 1 arc two souls  with but a single thought.  I'lie Lady���������Indeed! .Ami wjiich of you  Vhas possess/on; o'f the thought today?���������  , Wotjinii'9 ifuurhai- -.   '���������  Limited"  DAILY TOURIST  CARS  To   ST.   PAUL,  Wednesday and c Sunday  To TORONTO,  . And  Every , Friday  To    MONTREAL     and  BOSTON,  passincr Revelstoke as follows :  Easfbound 4:45,  Westbound 21:34,  "IMPERIAL   LIMITED;'  Pamphlets furnished free.  E. J. COYLE,        T. W. BRADSHAW,  <A. G. P. A., Agent,  Kootenay ..Railway &���������  ..Navigation Company  Limited.  ...    Operating Kaslo & Slocan I!ailway,  ,    "   International Navigation & Trading  ���������  " '   Coin pal ly.  Schedule of Time���������Pacific Standard Time  Ef recti vc Fob. 1st, 1900.  Kaslo & Slocan Railway i  i  , Pas^ciigor train for Sandon and way stations  leaves KivriontHa.in.; daily, let.urning. leaves  Sandon nt 1.15 p.m., arriving at Kaslo 3.uo p.in.  OCEAN' STEAMSHIPS1  Royal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ALLAN LLVE-Kroin Montreal  Tunisian June .'-'0  X'iinidiaii - - July 7  Coriiitliiaii    !      -  "it  Parisian    -   .  -    c-      ��������� ���������      ��������� ,21  1'unisiaii    ... .       IVutr. 4  DOMINION* L1NE-  "Vancouvor -  J7)om in ion  C'linibroiutn  -From Jlontreal.  -      -     -    Jly.  21  25  {International Navigation and Trading  Company ���������  ���������  Operating-on Kootenay Linkcand Itiver.   ���������.>  S..S. I.s'Ti'.KX.vriON.vr. loaves Kaslo for Nelson  at(iii.ui.(lailv e.\<:ept Sunday; ruturuing, leaves  Nelson at. J.30 ji.nj.-.. calling at Jlalfour, I iloL  Hav, Ainswoi-t.il. i'lid all way points; eonnects  with S. F. & N. train to and from .Spokane, at  Five Mile Point.  .  Lardo-Duncan Division  S--   AM Ell  ALIlEItTA.  Steamoi* Allicrta leaves Ivaslo for Lanlo and  Argenta'at 8:.'Wp.ni. Wednesdays.  ' Steamers call at principal laiulings in both  directions, and at other points when signalled.  Tickets sold to all points in- Canada/and the  United States.  To  ascertain   rates   and   full   information,  KOBEKT HIVING,    ���������  S tf  Manager, Ka.slo, IJ. C.  Vancouver, Bid  RCYglstokci  Canadian facifio Navigation Go. L'd  ALASKA   ROUTE.  Steamers for M'rangrl. Juiu-ai'i and Skagway'  leave Victoria  Every Wednesday at 8 p. in. .  , a������n;S*'ancouvcr  Every Thursday at 2 p. in.  Steamers for Northern Uritish Columbia ports  leave Victoria and Vancouver weekly.    ���������  Ilaten, etc., ou application to ���������  O. S. HAXTKR.  ";Gcn6ml iWcnger A^eut.'  ���������> .   ���������..     .'.ywfoi'ui'i IIXA  J  HEAVER LINE-From Montreal.  Lnka Chanipliilii Julv \  Lake Megnnlic "11  Lake Suiiorior .... "IS  Lake Ontario ��������� '   ���������      -      ��������� "2.3  Liisitania    -       -'.*....   AUfr. 1  Passengers ticketed through to'all parts of  Great. Hriiain and lrelnud. and at, specially low  rates to all parts of the European continent.  Apply to nearest railway or .steamship agent or  to  T. W. BRADSHAW, Agent. Revelstoke.  TIIIVIIIE]     TABLE  8. S. " Lardeau."  IJumiiiigbi'twcei! Arrowhead and Thom^on'.-  Landiug eommcuciiig June 10. I1XJ0. will .-ail as  follows (weather permitting):  Louvo Arrowheiul for Thoni-son's I^inding  and Comaplix at 7k. daily.  Leave riionwon'*- Landing and Comaplix- fur  Arrowhead at, lSk. daily, cutiiiccling -.villi all  C. V. If. trains and boats.  The owners reserve the right to change times  of sailings without notice.  TUV. FitJ-.D HOUINSON LUMUEIl C*0. LTD.  F. UOHINSOX.  .   Managing Director.  BAUER & ASHCBOET,  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,  MINING ENGINEERS.  Surveyors Of Mines. Mineral Claims and Crown  Lands,  fVAXCOUVEII,   B. C. THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ���������-VJCT-  mrrj'~^m-���������-���������"-~������^������=���������������  5tf-  ^���������^���������-^.'������������������i  K**-^*.5*-^  1  J;  I Photographic  9. ^^  Supplies|  ft  9  ((<:  9  ft  9.  ft  9  ft  9.  ft  I  ft  We  have just, opened a large  shipment ot*  Cameras,  ft'  9  i  ���������ft  9  ft  9.  ft  9  ft'-'  9.  ft  J,  ft  9.  ft  9.  ft  9  Kodaks,  x   Chemicals,  graded so that horse racing will be   an  interesting portion of tne programme.  i  plates, films and everything re  quired  i'or the amateur   photo  graphs.      Call   nnd   see     tlieni  Everything  new and up'to date ^  atAhe  CanadaDrug&BookCo  Revelstoke Station.  r*i'UrPii^&'&&i^&'&&'$k*i'&9i'&9ji  All interesting debate will take place  at the Epworth League meeting in the  Methodist church.) Monday evening.  The subject of debate is : " Resolved  that the pre?ent. system of placing  ministers' is preferable , to the permanent system.". Messis. Buker and Lov-  ering.-will take the, affirmative ,and  Messrs. tiullivau and W. Savage the  jt i negative  T  : Owing to the wet weather which has  prevailed dm ing the past week bicycle  riding on the sidewalks has become a  nuisance.     The   authorities ought .to  put  a  stop to this at' once, it is not  tolerated in other, cities and  there  i6  no good leason why it should be here.  Peoplu  who  cannot ride through the  jnud on a rainy day should leave their  wheels at homi>.  THE-  Badminton Hotel  VANCOUVER.  RATES   ������2.50    PER   DAY.  ft  9.  t  ft  9  %  ft  ���������<���������������*..  MARRIED.  FoLKY-MiTCHEi.i.���������At Illecillewaet, on  Monday, June IS, l(J()u\ hy Hew S.  J. Thompson, Sherwood'Foley,* C.  P. "K.   agent   of  Field,   to  Mary  Mitchell, of Illecillewaet, B. C. *  1 i-  BuuNJJitETT-MAT'j'imws ��������� At Revel-  t-toke,   on   Wednesday.   June   20,  101)3, by Rev.  Brundiett tu  thews.  ,Dr.   Paget,   Harry  Madeline   A.   Mat-  Remember the attraction at thi^  Opera House on Monday evening next  when Mile. Antoinette Trebelli will  appear. Of this talented singer the  Buffalo Evening Times says: "Seldom does a Buffalo audience warm up  as did the audience at the second -.Symphony Orchestra concert last night at  Music hall oveivMlfc. Trebelli, who was  the soloist of the evening. It is not  too much to say that Mile. Trebelli  made a hit, and that word is not often  appropriately ,used in connection with  the critical audiences which listen to  the concerts of Herr Lund's musicians."  Wagons,  Delivery .Rigs,  i '  Buggies,  Etc.,  ���������:at:���������-  JAS. MCMAHON'S  ���������: o :���������,  TV7TTTTV7TTT,*?T7TV    ���������VTSrT-VT'yr'VVT'V'lr  WW  Blcicksmithing aiid  Woodwork  done ������on'short notice.  Built, to   Order.,  Carriages  Your Pocket-book  may. bo low but nobody .sees it, but  if your clothes arc i-.li.ibby that  settles it, nobody wants to know you.  Ladies or Gent* Tailor Jlnde Clothes  repaired and cleaned in good style.  Call or send post card. ���������  Samuel   Needham,' Douglas St.  Established 13 years. -  Strictly Union Labor Shop.  <fo  (-$-*������  up  PAINTS, OILS, GLASS  MmmmmamBnammmma*mmmmm..  Just received One Carload of Paint and Oil���������the largest shipment'  ever brought into the town of these goods. Wo are now in a position  to supply everything in the paint line. White Lead, Boiled and. Raw  Oil, Turpentine, Furniture Varnish, Hard Oil Finish, etc. All colors  ground in oil, Japan, or dry. Kalsomine in a variety of colors. Coal  T.ir, Whiting, Plaster and Cement, Enamels in all shades. Just received  a consignment of Stan ell Tools.  W:   M.   LAWRENCE.  <^ Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, agent for Hamilton Powder Co &  ^i^<^(^(^<^i^<^(^(^^(^(^^(^^(^(^(^i^l^j t|ji|^t|j4^������t|j(|jt|j^������  AZAA  Ladies Costumes^"802*!**^^  f  w  Highest Cash Prica Paid fjr  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  , Rooms to let, with or without boaid.  Apply at this oflice. c  o   '  '.,Sir.   Art Johnson returned from the  coast Thursday morning.  Mrs. Valentine and Mibs l,otiis Valentine returned -Wednesday  after-an,  absence of, three years in   Washington  and Oregon. ,  The Dominion Day celebration at  Trout Lake will comprise rifle and  trap shooting, horse racing, athletic,  sports and ������a football match Lai-dean  vs. Revelstoke. Arrangements "have-  been made with the 'Revelstoke city  band to be iu attendance and given  favorable weather in conjunction with  such a' programme* the celebration  will eclipse all previous affairs'of this  kind.     Efforts   are   being   make  ' to  secure a single fare-rate for theround.  * i        (  trip. , A large number of citizens have  signified their intention of joining in  the celebration.  All Nliijiinent-: arc cxa'inined by mc as  soon as they arrive, Prompt returns assured. Prices aro too high fo warrant  holding goods for any,length pf time.  You- should keep posted on tho returns  yoii get from     ,      , '  G. W BALDWIN,  P." O, Itox 0C1       r Agent for Jas. Ullinan  Winnipeg, Man. *-   ,  5(>-inch   Homespun,  nil   wool, the  newest goods, for'JLudies t\|fi;  ���������'     ���������'Cost nines   in   dark, and  light, grey,   daikand   light fawn.  .vXv  ...    ���������'    , Call and see them. - *   A, ��������� . w  #>New Muslins^������3S5^^>       .''   \ . -    ' %  ���������WS  , '. New spotted muslin for ladies summer dresses. Choice goods,  w  ������'Ladies Summer Vest;s,>=si^^>  ' '    ���������'   W  KU? Wn.hnve   a   very, nice   line   of  these-just arrived.    Price W  f% ������        !������c- to 50g. ���������   ,      , ,_    - - r ���������"  M'Ladies' tlosibry^^s^^      ���������'    ������������������ '    --���������';,���������-  M^ ������������������        ~   " *" New ladles.cotton hose, fast black, prices ISc to 35c  |\> CALL AND SEE  THESE GOODS. ~  oras-Ec i  Fresh Cod,  Halibut, Salmon/ Etc,  Smoked '  Fish & Kippers a Specialty;  U  The baseball game scheduled for hist  night had to be indefinitely postponed  on account of tho inclemency of the  weathei.  The cricket match which was to  have taken place to-morrow afternoon.  has been postponed owing to th-.- unfavorable weather.  The services in,the Methodist chinch  on Sunday'at the usual hours. In the  evening a sermon to young men���������" Is  the voting man sate."'  The.  residents  of ' the' cjty./-in ..the  neighborhood   of the . salvation army  barracksf were   aroused  - about    two  o'clock   Wediiesday-'morning'by heartrending shrieks  which   broke^the stillness of  the. early morning  and froze  the  very   blood  in  tlie ve'tis of   those  who were compelled  to listen to them.  An   investigation  proved  tbedisturb:  ance to be at the army barracks where  a   woman   who   had    been     recently  rescued by the army wan   "looking for  trouble."     Chief Bain  was called and  removed���������-the- disturber,   while    the  neighbors of the community returned  to their beds of ease from which they  had been so rudelv awakened. ���������  Cleanliness  is next to Godliness."  If  you   want  your  ' work done  in  economical  card to   "  , scavenger  a clean and  way   send   a  Family Grocers, and Produce. Merchants.  SAVAGE BROS.,  ., , Second  Streets / ","  ?  CAREFUL ATTENT ON.  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  J\, came  morning,  Mr. Thomas Taylor, M. P.  back from the coast this  where, he had been attending the Grand  Lodge, meeting of the I. 0. 0. F. at  Victoria, and the opposition convention at Vancouver.  . Ameeting'of the congregation of the.  Presbyterian Church will be held in  the church this evening at 7 o'clock ror  the purpose of formally extending a  call. *Rev. Mr. Purdy of Salmon Arm,  moderator of tho Kamloops Presbytery vvill pieside.,  Brundrett-Matthews.  On Wednesday afternoon   th��������������� marriage ceremony of two of  Revelstoke's  young people vvas conducted  by- Rev.  Dr-.   Paget   the    contracting r parties  being Harry Brundrett,   youngest son  of Thoina-s Brundrett, and Madeline A.  .Matthew-:, daughter  of Stewart, Matthews.    Owing to tccent afflictions  in  the   bride's  family  the   wedding   was  quite   private    only    the    immediate  relatives being present. Miss M. Corley  acted   as   bridesmaid  rind Dr. J.  W.  Cross as best man.   The many friends  of   the   estimable young  people   will  unite   in   bidding, them  God-speed in  their future life.  FRANK SAUNDERS,  Revelstoke Station.  The Fred Robinson  !-. i ������ -  Ldmber Co. Limited.  On and after this date our prices for  cut firewood will be as follows :'  $1 per cord at Mill  $2      "      delivered.  <  Prices Cut for Cash.  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  Get that Water Pipe Fixed,  H.   MA^NE, C  FIRE-& LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS,-  T ^bw^nNOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC.  FlftST   STREET,   RBVBLSTQgE.  THE SPRING STYLES  are - beauties. The Spring will be here before you  know 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.  GEE S SIML^ZTST,  First Street, Revelstoke.  J".   IB.  The licvelftoke Gun Club ,have accepted an invitiition to participate in  Tr.iut Lake Pom in ion D������v celebration. The team will probably be composed of: -IC. I). Johnson, NV. .Nf.  .Lawrence, A. MrDonnel, Guy TBarher  and Sandv Mc-Rae.  The south train did not go out this  morning as it is reported there is live  feet of water over tlie track at Montana -i-lough. This is the first Lime  such a thing has happened wince bS(X5,  iu which year, on July 1*L, the steamer  from Arrowhead came right up to  Hcvclstokc.  No. 5 Company R. M.'Rangers.  A general parade of the'company  will Ik held on Monday, June* 2.5th, at  1:'.%) at the armory when all members  are to be present. Men will be clarified  tin* shoot ing matches. Arrangements  will be made t<> bold a smoking i once i t.  Hy order,  TnoMi'.������oNT K. L. Taylor,  Lieut. CouiiiiMnding.  He'll do it for you.  WHO?  The ladies aid of the Mel horli-f. <  church uill hold their annual straw- j  berrv and ice cream smial on Ihe parsonage lawn on Tuesday evening next.  It i-- expected the city hand will be iu  attendance. In the event of rain it is  likely the Oildfi-ll-iw, Hall , will 'be  secured for the aoci.il.  Now and Then.  There conn's a. time now and then when every gentleman fr-els the need of an  exceptionally stylish mul well-put-tnget her suit of clothes. The occasion  may be a wedding, a reception, a "journey or ^nmu other important  function. That is the time to avoid ;i chance lit. That, i-, lln- lime  above all others, to give the order to me..  R. S. WILSON, The Tailor.  Our Assortment of  CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS,  STRAW MATTINGS  WALL PAPERS,  DRAPERY GOODS,  Ctc, is tlu Lf rgest in the West.  Samples Free on Request.' ,''A  S.; Victoria, B.C.  leLemian, MePeely & Company, Limited,  I  s  JJ. R. McLennan, of the Windsor  Hotel, Trout Lake City, was in town  yesterday. He says that they expect  to have a good time there during the  Dominion day celebration. A half-  mile race course lias been   cleared and  Incorporated by act of Par liament i.yo.j.  HEAD Ol-FICE  NVar. MoLSu;,'  .AL  MONTIU  Macfherso.v. Pres.       h. H.  L\uno,  Vice-Pres.  James Elliot, General Manager  PAID UP CAPITAL - , $2,170,000  RESERVE - - -     '     . 1,850,000  general banking bu.iltiCJM tranwctcl.   Interest ullowed on deposit* nt, current, rates.  J, D, M01S0N, Manager., *  Plate   aud  Sheet "uiaba  Wood     iM-anlclt--,   Urate  Family   ut>e  and   Tiling.       MAJKSTKJ   STlilliL   ItANUKS   for   Hotel   and  Miners' and Mill Supplies.  Vancouver,      '    -  Ilranchesat Dawson Cily,  British Columbia,  Atlin and Bennett.  BBVELSTOKE, B. C,  THE B. C. ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).  (Late MacFarlatie & Co.)'  VANCOUVER,    B. C.  WiMire Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a large stock of  Balances, iMirnaces, lire Clay goods, Scientific and Practical BooksrOlassWare,  I latmumKoodH,Acids.Oheni!crilsand nil otherAssayerVand Miner's requirements  >>oIe Agents for Mo/gan Crucible Conipant, Rittervea, TWIcer .Sons' Tlil-  auces*. etc.  Catalogue antl full jJtitLlcuJtit's btuL ou A^plicdtiuu,


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