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 J>  PUBLISHED  m  USSDAT  ^JSTID   DPIR-HD-A^V  Vol.  v?  ���������No: 28.  "EEYELSTOKE. B..C, MAY II, 1900.  $2.00 a Year.  &'&&^b*5}?fc������b(������i? <&<$b?������ot������&t$i?rfi!? &fa&Q<fa<������bf3h?$t> ^r%&&?t$&r$n<&}  W  KXIGIiTS OF PYTHIAS  0  ^ ._���������_.___  TO EVERYBODY:  Wc  arc   giving" , away   all   kinds, of'Dress Goods, J-,  rf  Shirt   Waists, Silks,������. Satins, Hosiery, Men's  and' Boys' ^  Clothing-", Hats, Caps,.Carpets, Oilcloths, etc., etc. ^  All we ask ia return, is enough  money to make vou :k  feel that vou haven't o"ot ahead of us/and we guarantee ������.  you \>-i  Grand Lodge  Meeting at Rossland.---  Officers Elected.   '   ,  The grand lodge Knights of Pythias  of British' Columlii.-t met in Host-land  on Tuesday and Wednesday of this  week. 20 lodges being represented.  After convening, the. first order of  msiness was the re-iding of Lire report  ill be satisfied.   ' So will vv.c.  ������  -i. Si  fl'S  IO  MCKENZIE AVENUE, REVELSTOKE, B. C.  **���������    ���������**    *���������*  #  ,^*#-#*>^*>^#^*^>#*-!,######���������## #<|i^#^^c^^w^t^)  "Just Tell &: thai, Yon Saw ;Mg, and. They Will KwikBest"  Willi One of .Wilson's Suits on/made up lie Very Best.  Sooteii Twoods^ Ipisii Tweeds and Worsteds-of tlie 'Very Best Around,  And' mors. t^an that' Wei Tell You, Your Cloths are Made in Town,  ���������23  or Ll:e -irand cbam-eiio  which    showed  direction,,-   as-  \V.. I). Mearns  progress ' in     every  increase    in  regards  "&.  'A   AArSvx-5  ,T<  t)jL������.Jt>S ������sl!&,<!  '      ,    Incorporated by act of Pniliament 1S55. "'  HEAD-OFFICE   . . - ������������������ -     "'     "MONTREAL  ',,'������������������',',       ��������� ������������������ ,'-"''  "War. Moi.so:x M'.\OPHEKsr>N",'Pres.      S.f J-I., Ewrxo, Vice-Pres.  F. W6������ferstan Thomas, General Manager, , ���������  ' <'-<>  "PAI'D UP CAPITAL   ',    <���������     -"    ';."���������' -' ,      .   $2.'ooo,6oo  RESERVE '-"    , '      -,    * -      ' ,   -      '1.500,000  genera! bunking bu'isinciis transude.I. 'Inlcrol allowed on deposits al current, rales.  J.'D. I0LS0N, Manager,  iiOim  , B." C.  uverwar  '���������^/a  v  T*-  < I nat  Knives, Forks, Spoons,   the  Best in the City at  GUY .BARBER'S,.  C.P.R.>Watch Inspector.  Tiis F?M iloliiisoa  ( o  ���������'' ' LlIHllJSF r"  JX     woo  ���������in  On and after I his.date our prices fo'l'  cut firewood will lie as follows:  ������������1 per cord at Mill  $2       "    ' delivered.  Prices, Cut for Ca*sh.  Vved RobidSon. Man a fifing Director  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  Hell do It for you.  V  Win  r*  A large range 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.  wget  number of lodges, mnnlier of members  and in'the general bi'Llerment of tbe,  financial s Land ins of (he subordinate  lodges. He fnrLhor sLaLcd that Ihe  report of Lhe dillei-ent rojircsentativos  in* J*. C. lodges showed an over in-  ci-e.-ising inter-c-sL of both Ihe individual  menibi'is and the general outside  public, f.hi-;,, being more especially  shown by the epiUinnally irici-easing  'number of names bi-ing presenti-d for-  membership.1 Within the last few  mouths no less than three' new lodges  havu,Ween insLituled in the intenm'. <  The reporls of the otlier grand lodge  oilleei-s allowed that the order is in a  nourishing condition'in (he province,"'  and gave promise that the record of  tire'coining year- would be. even an  a'dvanc-e over-that of  the year  which  ."just gorio by.       ^                          . ������  f                           " , -    c '  Thepa?t olTicer-s of the., grand lodge  in, sesbion .were:  Giand chancvllor-���������-W. D. Aleains.  Grand'vicc-cn'ancellor���������J.   W.   Graham.' r  Grand pr,elate---J. L. Brown.  "  Grand K. of E. & S.��������� E. Pfei'dner. '  Grand M. at A.���������N. Binns.  Gmndl. G.��������� D%G.nftiLhs.  Grand O. G.���������A. Ferguson.     - ;  .'iupieme representatives-'-II. J. An-  stie, T. Ackci-nmu. ]'.(.;. (J,., J. 10.  Evan:*.      ,, , '  The, following   were   in   Lhe   grand  lodge representatives from the various  lodges:  Far West No. J.-*D. P. Barnhart'  Wellington ?s'o. 2.-J. AJfihillen.  :  (f.-anville. i\Lu. o.���������J. Li-viue.  Kanaimo No. i.-~Jas. Cmssaii and G.  ���������foimKon.  ,    Koyal No. 6.--G. S. Blakh-y.  ��������� Rathbone No. !������������������Koht. Brooke,  Damon No. S���������llobl. iiad'don.  UenevoieiiceNo. 1-1.���������,]. Thompson.  Maple Nn. 15���������li. S. Henderson.  'Gianite No. Hi.���������Maxwell.  Victoria No.   17. ���������Kinar-d  and J.  J.  liaiuloljrh'.  CJoldati-eum No. IS.���������i-f. G. Mullor.  (Ji-u.saTl.'i- No. IC������������������ ������1. lluirmeiritei-. . "  Primrose No. 20.���������D. Brown - and  G.  T.,iUallei-y.  *  Ronlnr.d No. 21.���������A, G: Greelumn.  New Denver No. 22���������O. F. Nelson  Sniidon No. 2-1���������G.  W. Gi-imm'ett  Nelson No. 23���������W. J. Thompson     ' -  Gold Kange.No. 20���������J. y,-ivage  Kelnv.-na.Nd. 27��������� ^^*m. AVoIk  Phoenix No. 2S'--il. C). Holden  Gieenwood No. 2!l-.K A. C-Iaike  Un V-'".;-, s isiy   i[\v  Jniliiw im.; f-iaiul  lod/'  o.':i> .���������:-. \.< i"   '.'!eele;(   lur the eu-  f-ui:>,r r.-r/.i. an 1 Tn.-t   Ghar-.ceili^r Rav-  MEETING  OF -SPORTS  COMMITTEE.  Additions   Made   to Sub-Committee���������  Appropriation for Football.,  ��������������� ,       '  The'general coirnnittee in charge nf  the ari-arigements, for the celebration  on the 24th of May met Wednesday,  evening in No. 2 fire hall. The finance  committee reported the subscription  list ai> being very favorable for the  short time they had been at woi k' and  they have hopes of raising snflicienl  funds for ;i good day'o sjiort.  " ,    :  "Several names were added lo the  various" committees and .they now  stand as follows:��������� ,    ,   ��������� '    "',,''  Finance���������Mayor Smith, Capt.' Tay-  loi-f >V. J. Lee, IL. L. Lovering and G.,  E.' Grogan. '. ,  1> it- ^  , DecoraUng���������\V. M. Lawrence, O. F.  Lindmark, II. O. Dier, T. Taylor-, W.  M. Drown, H. A. Brown," J. Abrahani-  sp,n, J. Shaw and R. Tapping. ,   ���������  Parade���������Mayor Smilli,', W. 'J. Lee  and .{.Lauder, marshals; .J. McLeod,  W. G'. Birnev.oR. Gordon, H. ' J.  Boiu-ne, A. Johnson, J. Guv Barbei, S;~  L. Saunders, A. Sullivan, E. Tremble,,,  .A. H.-inbury, I. T. Brewster, J.' Out-  hett. O. K. McDonald, T.'Steed, F. B.  Wells and F. McCarty.     /  Sports���������W. J. Le.e, W. Sinytlie, E.  Ararshallsiiy, .1. B. Smith, T. Bain, Jas.  McLean;. T. Kilpatr-ick, W. Cowan, J.  Savage, A. Meftae, H. N. Coursier, W.  Jehu, W'.' Maull.C. Holte'n. L. G'. Jehu,  Ernest Adair, J. Itinger, K. I). Johnson, C. R. Skene, W. Newman.        ''   ,  Printing- A. 'Johnson, B. E. Campbell and E. Tripping.    '       . ,  '  Moved by R. Gordon, seconded by  W. J. Lee/that $50 be appropriated for������  football competition at Revelstoke on  the 24th of May.   Carried. ��������� .i ������������������  Moved by R. Gordon .seconded hy  W. J. Ijee that the sum of $25 be appropriated .to the advertising committee  for the pur-pose of printing posteis,  programmes, etc.    Carried.,      ,   '���������  T. Kilpati'ick was appointed chairman, and li. R. Campbell secretary of  the committee to act until after the  sports.  A general committee meeting will beheld in lire hall No.s2 on-WedneHlav  evening, 10th inst. Sub-committees  will meet at the call of chairman.  Beers Are In ���������    ;  .' Pull Retreat.  (Special lo llic^l.vn..)  li  Londox, May 11.-���������Lord Roberts  crossed the Zand river yesterdnv and  the Doers are in full retreat. The  Uoei'K ^occupied a position 20 miles..in  length, but. weie- driven out' bv tho  Crii'ish, tlie casualties aro not known.  Tire' cavalry arc still'pursuing tlie  enemy..  Lord Roberts   has  received a cheer-"  ing telegram'from  Col.  Baden-Powell  at Mafeking, dated 27th April. "   '  ���������'   President"   Steyn    says   the   Free  Staters will   fight- to a finish,' but it is,  believed' they   will   flee   toHiie in'oun1  tains   leaving ihe foreigners lo defend  Pretoria and Johannesburg.    There, is  -nOithought. that ,an\7  done to the uiiu&s. ������--  London, May 9.���������The  besieged- at  Mafeking   celebrated   the   two. bun-"'  dredtli day  of  the, seige  "with  horse  dinners.    Col.   Baden-Powell, sent   a  message to Lord Roberts saying:  '���������After two hundred days'of siege   I  "desire,to bring to your lordship's notice ���������  the exceptionally good spirit of loyalty  which prevndes'iill classes of  the,''gar-"  risou'and the   patience  of /-everybody.  Mafeking is making the^best of things"  under the long strain of anxiety, hardship and privation, which is beyond-all   '  praise} and is a revelation to me'.'"'  ' '  "The men half of whom are not ae-  ccustoined'-to the use of arm's, have adapted themselves to their duties with  tho greatest zeal and readiness. The  pluck and devotion of the women have  been remarkable. "With such spirits  our organization runs like clockwork.  Lhave every hope it will pull us  'through.",      1'\    -'      '      '  Capetowx,  May, 9.��������� It is reported ",���������  that Gen..lluller is   advancing on Big-   \  garsberg, and that the Boers are with-''  drawing.  ���������' .  o ,    ���������       .  damage is being  Plot Against"'Roberts.  * -Loxdox, ,MayS.���������The Standard hears-  that infornation , has been ��������� officially  received of a plot to asssssinate Lord  Roberts. The latter was warned and  teh'giain.-* are now'passing between the  Cape authorities, Lord Roberts and  the Home authorities on the subject.  in  m-( ill e.J    i i) ���������    Hex;  ���������liliL' bit- Ilevebtoke  cciicbiMterl  iprir  OOf ux  9  Draying and delivering n specialty.  Teams always ready at shortest  notice. Conlrnc-ls for jobbing  taken.    A-ont   for   li. C. Oil Co.  .-���������*&  lobertf baznson.  that wc sell the'  C<.'utc Prospector Shue. no  other will yivc the comfort anci  satisfaction, this we know from  lony experience.  ! ir .i iid i liaiiceiloi - -J. 11  gr-iiim   liul/e  iiiown.lvam-  Special Attention given to  Prospectors Supplies.  Remember  orris  the    Place:  FRONT   STREET,  REVELSTOKE.  ! lo.ij.--.  (.iraucl viee-eiiaiH eliOi-���������^diile jlimis.  TiMil. '  (Jnind prelate���������11. ITnli'iiicister, Vancouver. '  (ir.rud i\. of H. and S. I'.'uiil I'l'frd-  uer, \')\:t'.iri.i, re-elected.  Grand M. of i.'J.- -d'eo. Jolui-.oii, N.i-  iiaiiuo.  (Irand M. at A.���������-A. Ferguson, Now  We.-tminster.  ��������� Grand I. G.--0. P. Nelson, New Don-,  ver.  Grand O. G.���������John Thompson,' Cumberland. , ,'    '  Supreme representatives.���������1*1. J. An-  stie, T. Acker man, re-elected.  Tlie bus-in ess of the lodge being con-  eluded Ihe delegates were banquetlcd  by the Rossland lodge. Tiie following  day an inv-iration fiom the Nelson  lodge to visit their city was accepted,  and the western delegates are expected  through   tn-dny On their roturn hutne.  Handsome Contributions..  The government of New Zealand, after' cr:iRultiilion with the. legislators,  have decided to forward to the Canadian Premier, lhe sum of $2.">,()0U >in aid  of the sufferers from the Ottawa fire.  Sir Wilfrid Lmrriei- has sent the following i.rlrgrnm to Premier' S-'ddou, of  New '/.'aland,in reply lo the ,",il't of 1^2.*),  'J'111, which t be New Z'l.-md govei'iimenl,  g.is e tin* UI la wa and f lull lire sufferers;  SMALDKKL7"Ma7"9"-"-Testerday'Geu.  Hutton   attempted    to   seize   ;i   Boer  convoy, that   was   leaving   the Zand  river.    He advanced towards the. river  with mounted   infantry, including the ���������  Canadians.      A  long line of   wagons  was   plainly   visible.      Qn! becoming ,;  aware  of   Gen.   Huttou's   object the ,  Boers stopped their retreat and opened  fire with .teruguiis..-    They seemed in  -  great   force  and   threatened Huttou's  v.'  "Hank.  ' Presently mounted  Boers were "  seen crossing the. dry bed of the river.  They circled to the  right and began to  et?filade the   West  Australians,  while  many of the British   were hit by Boer  shells.'   The  position   became serious.  The   Boers   sent   up    reinforcements' "  placing  the   Australians   in danger of  being'cut oft.      Thereupon (!en. Hut    .  ton ordered a retirement in Wflgelgen,  where he had left his convoy.    A portion of   the   forces   advanced  and en-'  gaged the. Boer-*, to   cover their retirement, which    was successfully   accom-  plised. ���������    The   Boors contnmt-d to shell  the,    roi icing    tronp-:, hut   s|������iwi-i|   nn  ".'V'.-rejil,  for   yourself,    government ! desire t.o pi ess the at tack   finther.  ami New //ea.land gratelul thanks of  Canada for the generous assistance to  the sufferers by the late confiagration.  ( Signed ) Laurier."  The relief fusil for Hull and C'Knwii,  lire MilVerer^ hnr, reached o\er .'pCitm,I'OO,  included in which are. 70<J p-mim-i-. in ;i  box. the gift of VUU little children who  attended May Day festival of the child-  ien of minor lodges, A. F. and A. M.,  Detroit, Mich.  Sir A. Milner cables the Governor-  General as follows:  "Capetown, May 7.���������A fund for the  relief of sufferers by the Ottawa (ire  was opened in Capetown and nearly  ������2,01)5) was {subscribed in three days.  This is not a rich' town and the, citi/.ens  have enormous demands on their purses at Ihe present time. Tbe response  is due to a strong feeling of gratitude  for Canadian help in I lie war and  appreciation of the gallantry nf Canadian solclitir:,.   (S-Ji'fp'necl) Milner."  BuNUOX.^lay KJ..--A despnicli to  the Daily Telegraph from Smaldeel,  da tad May Sth, says: ������������������ Stores are  being accumulated here. Convnv-. -ir������>  proceerlinc,' regularly <o the north and  also t������i Win bur','. Ucn Hiitton's bri-  e;rdo while skiriiii.-,hiiig \f.-terd.ty took,  sixty prisoners."'  The Toronto Telegram says it is proposed to uniform Her Majesty'.- Irish  Guards in kilts, on the ground that the  Irish wore kilts before the Scotch  could afford to wear- anything but a  coat of paint. Nothing is too good for  the Irish these days. We would not  be surprised to lead next that it was  Irish that was spoken in the Garden of  Eden instead of Gaelic. However-, the  Scots 'nave a " dour" habit of sticking  to things, and it is tolerably certain  they will not relinriiii-*!) their.clairn to  the picturesque. Kflrb of Old Gaul to  even ihc-Iru-h witboutastruggle which  will "st'ng^ei Iju'tmuiity."  mjiiMiauuHUMimwBwmtaCT; THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Zhe Ifcootenas flftail  PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, &.C.,  ���������HY���������  1-i. K. CUMPHKLU     ,  I'UllMSHKK ASH  Pk'oIMMKTOI:.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVEIITI3IXG   li-ATt'S  fliiol  --cation.  on   apjili-  JQ3 PRINTING of every kind at most reason  '  able rates, and shortest, notice.  ACCOUNTS for job printing or'advertising  payable on,the fii-nt of every month.  COURESP0NDENCE on all mailers of local  or public interest invited and carefully considered. All communication}- to the Editor  lnuM be accompanied by the name of the  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  as'an evidence of'good faith.  , Address  Tin-: KootenaY"-Maj]���������.*s==-====  Rovel.-toko, J3.C.  FRIDAY, MAY II. 1000.  1 ' Diplomatic Chinese  The Chinese residents of Vancouver  and New Westminster have given another, evidence of their intention to discountenance the lawless crime of the  Chinese murderers of, Chief Alain, of  Steveston. They have engaged Mr. It.  McBride,* of New Westminster as coim-  oil to assist the crown at the preliminary trial, which takes place at Sieves-  ton on Thursday next. , ''  They'have also begun a subscription  list, originally intended to amount to  $1,000, but which through the liberal  contributions of the Chinese, merchants  has already exceeded that sum,''and  will now likelv be made S2.000, the' in-'  tention being to present the sum to  Mrs.-Mam as'a token of their sympathy  with her. ' This is certainly a'diplomatic action,altogether and,a credit  to Chinese cleverness as well as^ pro-  gressiveness.��������� Province.  Newspaper Not Free.  Ottawa, May S.���������-The aspiration's of  certain newspaper men lo get newspaper temporarily on the free list was  killed by one of their own number.    A  -' meeting held among the, government  members .adopted a resolution tt> this  effect, owing to the destruction of the  Eddy and Laur-entides mills. Tbe subject came up'in,, the house this afternoon, Sir   Charles   Topper and  other  '���������menibcis urging relief by Lhe abolition'  of": newspaper   postage.     Sir  '"Wilfrid  saitl   that,   both   requests   were under  consideration. ( ,  ,iMr. Mac-Lean read a telegram feinting  that the Lauren tides mill would be in  operation, in   a  week, and this practi-  ' rally killed the request, to which Mac-  Lean was a party. The subject then  dropped.  located'at Whisky Point. They" are  getting some veiy nice gold-bearing  quartz. One of the men, the other day,  ground some of the rock and on panning it got a color of gold.  Arthur Kllis and partner returned  Sunday from Minnesota and pushed on  lo their property located on Pool  creek. He will do considerable work  on-it this season.  ' Mr. Butler, one of the locator's of the  Lucky Jack group lying .between Fish  and Pool creeks, returned this weekoto  Comaplix and will do considerable  woi-k on his local ion. The above  location was one of ihe new strikes of  bod year- an'd . from Ihe amount of  galena ore already on the dump, it bids  fair lo be a shipper, before snow flies  next'fall.  ��������� C. A.' Irwin left Friday to recommence work on (be Mabel group at the  head of*. Eight-Mile, creek. This properly has at present a shaft sunk on it  t.oadepth of So feet with good ore  showing in the bottom.  N. li. Lay accompanied by Messrs.  Rady, Grant and Morgan, left today  for Tenderfoot creek,, to recommence  opeiations on the Annie F. A tunnel  will bo driven for a distance of about  2.5 feet and the lead crosscut and  sampled. The vein on the surface  shows a width of seven feet and carries  *a considerable gold value.     ��������� ' ���������  The John L., the adjoining claim to  the Annie F., it, now under' bond and  will be, vigorously developed this  summer. From numerous tests made,  bv thieo diil'erent methods, of the ore  of this properly, an average return of  $29 in' gold was obtained last fall.    .  Malcolm Malherson and Fred Johnson are hard at work, developing-the  Copper Chief on Trout creek   '   > ���������  P. Huli'man of Spokane is doing  work on his cUini -located on .Tender-  'foot creek. He has a very nice showing o'f, ore on his property.  A deal is pending on the New York  group of claims, owned by Guere Bros,  ou Tenderfoot creek. One.claim in this  group' is crossed by (he right of way of  the A k, lv branch of railway.���������Topic, '  Kootenay Lodg-e  Ko. 15 A.F. & A.f-1.  KM  ���������������)  Tiirjrc'inl.iriiiceniig.--  iiiv held in thetI\I;is-  -~~i-   i       "ll'c 'I'einplo. Bourne  >-. ^54?==---*--i- ���������"' l!ie *----n]  -%--\."^���������i? vi -''"' !l5'    '"   cadi  T^*>'\\;J^nl"1'"   al    ;i. !'���������   ln-  ���������"*- i-iO^  .ViMiim;   brethren  1 , i-ordiiilly-n clcumed.  JI. J. PRATT  Sechetakv.  REVSLSTDICS: LODGiS, I. G. O. F., No. 25,  &sesai tLsxsas^oaS'^^m  n **&  YARGE    AND,   WELL    LIGHTED  B SAMPLE ROOMS.    Healed by,  "^s������ hot air and electric' bells -mil  li-jhl in every room. Prce bus nicety all  trains.  XtEASOK"ABi.-E  RATES.  V  Night- Grill Room in connretioii for the  convenience ut !_rue,ts arriving jiud de-  jlariing by night trains.' Tfourly street  tar lictwec-n liotel and ^Lti tnju.  il  < -I  - - *<-  yrJifr  llegnlar meet iiiff'-arc held  ���������,,.���������-,.,. ��������� -,-- in Oddj'eliowh'Hull everv  yj-y^-^^s:&, Thursday night, at. eight  ^"!0^~-lSrt^ o'cloi k. Visiting brothers  ��������� -���������������������������_ l-- &.--^ lf>*   cordially welcomed.  T.J.GRATLUI. N.G.   K. A. KETTH1CSOX,Sr:<  SELXIRi; LODGE, if O. 12, X. O. O. F.  _v-?"!-~-r������������. Mi i N every Tuesdn  J\  ~~A7TV\    ( v;-'iiiigin()ildl(-llo\\-  L__ J-"'   "^\n.iu- nt   ,s   o'chK'),  - :*- ^V^   j) Visiting ln-cllu-eii cm  ^-^3-5/dially  invited   t.i  m  lead.  n. irANBt;i;.v, x. <'.        vv. ^iathie;  M V. PEBK8 PROPRiETOB ���������. ���������"."���������.. ��������� REVELSTOKE,. B. 0.  HE CENTRA  r  ABRAHAMSQH BROS.  MOP'S.'  ren   invited   to -attend.  K.T). J. C. TOIJXSOX,  C. Ii.  C."\V. MITCHELL,  If. S.    ..  Gold nan-jo Iiodge,  K. of P., No. 26,  >:iCveIeto3������e,3.C.  Meet"- cveryTW-dncs-  'dio in Odd Kellow-*.'  II all at ti o'clock.  VWliiny ICnighth invited. '  J.' M\ CI tOSS, M.D.,  C. C.  W, V.'IXSOU,  Ii.Oi.-H. &S.  l."''i-g!-7'i?'W.M'Sir'\.fr������-.' rv:.iP.r;'-5ic.v-'r; ,<���������, ,*, '."V;\-  fl'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY ���������  Q-<>CK><H>aO^^ "  31 PER DAY  ^ne.rt*aJ������)g&QL.  The ]J������v. U. -U. Sheldon, of Topeka,  who'recently edited ihe local paper of  that city on what he deemed Christian  lines,1 has accepted the ifonorarj' Pi;esi-  dency,, of the Canadian Socialist  League of Toronto. ������ ,  At the present rate' of progress of Lord Robert" s , army, it,  looks as if there might be an explosion  of fireworks in the vicinity of Pretoria  about the if 11 li of Mnw���������Victoria  Times.''        ���������     ' ,      ���������  ���������A.  LL IiOLDlUi-1  lf^ S.^if"  Newly Built. ,  Lighted by Electricity  Throughout.  Kj  ff  '    ANALYTIC A f, C'HliJtlKT AND  ASWAV1CK.  lioyal School ol' Mines, London.  Seven yoiirs al 31orf:i SVoi-k1*, Swiui^cn.  Seventeen   years  Chief   ChcriiKl  to  Wi-jtin  Coal and Iron Go.. Kn-;-.   ,    ' ���������     '        ���������  Liito Chemist and A-s-Yiycr, 7I.ilI Mines. Lid.  ICvci-y (le-erii)t;on   ot  asasay "and   analytical  work iindorl.fl*en.      ��������� ���������'  ('1111111-* I'v.iinined aiid rc-iortc'd upon.  ,  ItJGVISLSTOiCl-:, B. (*. 'I  II  ARVEY  & iMcfiARTER  HAKl-fJSTirKS, aoiiUJlTOPS, ETC.  Oiu-icl-s :.  M.o:'.so:n -   H.vxic   Block,   Jltiviii.-  WOKi',; B. C.     - o  MVmey to loan. ���������  Ollices: Ifi-vi-Moke, B.'C: Port Steele, H. C.  Gi'o. S. Met'Aii.Ti:i:. ,l. A. IL\m i:v,  HovclMoke, 1!. C.   '       Ji'orl Steele, U. C.  A A Ai  Best Brands of   '  Wines-; Liquors and  ,   Cigars.  ���������;   R. 0ALET, PROP'R.  TEL  J. A. "Stonk, Proprietoi  Rates, $i per day  Clcctric lig-lued, furnace heated  Dinner  In   !i:.  When tlio irei-il.e:-.-; ������.i"  dine, tiie dae.uiuer-* j'.'i;; ;  couiribiiliin: to the liie.-.-ji  e i.l   t.ie  SIOll.  jliic   ilnnie  is   m:::|i.  Li. i  Minister of Justice's Repon  i!:,  The report of the Dominion 3lini-ter  viainL are excellent _ ami \,*e:l <������������������; itce.-  Soup or bouillon, is serv'U il:-!-). I-"jI-u i  the next course, which cor.-Msls i;i will  nnd gratia, with a rich brown sir.:> e  Then follows venl. roa--LeJ. --tiifi'c'f.1 will:  ciK-atnui-S   and 'jrpraisheil   \>*iih   rfnys   of  of Justice shows that ot 1.41."j pi isoner.-,  he-t  root and  lemon,   "J'!:e dinner  con-  J.  W. CROSS, Al. D.  SLUlGi:()>' TO THIS C. 1\  I!.. CI'l'Y UliALTII  V  Ol'VICIil!.  Oflioe: Taj*IoivBlock, ilackenzic Avenue.  Gfold,   Glider,  Lsad, ,and  'Ooppor Ores  N  eu  lv  built  and furnished.  . . .  F  nc  bl  and  best  supplied  bar  ��������� ���������  in  the city . .. .i   . .-?..  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C.  ���������in   tbe   Canadian penitentiaries riming  . .JS9S-!).'" 7IH,   or   almost    exact!*;.-   half.  stated themselves a-* Roman Catholic.-*, j v,..,t-j  in2r:>scrhino, says the  LJhiludoiii!ii:i  2S.3 as members   of  the Church of J-mi?- i Prc-s.  .eh*Jes 'with a cold >\veet���������sime. kind of  i pe.-luini: liiarlc wirli eirj.r> and milk, orna-  i mi'iiiu!  lh dried cherrie-- and  flavored  Pre-> I  re.-mv-  T'rte .~.ervi'--f> of the table  is plain���������no  of   the   lilies:  land, ins a** Methodists. 120 a:  terians.  and   S3 .n,   Baptist.     Tl^e' ^-r^  ':ie   ^*h   1S  <*-*   UK> ,  ,. ,. ,. ... i d-tui8ss.. and  tne &i)-.-cr and cryitnl-i nrp  figures follow approximately the mini-    tozh ^a^jye a:3rj sp3rk!:!i?.    rJ'bere i-- a  bet of followers of  the  respective reii- : /n'eat   variety   nf   vej.'fcL.ibi<*s.   ami   ilrerc  gious  bodies  in the Uominion, except ��������� ar^ placed on little stoves on tbe tabic.  that the  Pre.-bvtorian   l)odv furnisher" Thesc ������?^s. C0������t!l,D * ""/"kably fine  ..      , ,   * .  "     '-,,.'! Peat, wmen nas been brought to a  unr-  a considerably h>?x  number of cl.mn- I foim tlalc of hfeat fln(] ,g-cnl!ru!v  f:ve  (pients'in   Pi'ojportion   to its number nf ; jron, nny visible- sinobe.    Every tea l:ot-  uf adheren"Ls"inT;"airada than any of the '��������� tl". and urn wliicb is bronirlrt to the labli-  other bodies.     This is probably doe lo ; f" J^l'1 -K'?- '������>' *-;"-" hflIiJ(- ai������ri!ir.aln-i"of Usi-  k.nci,  r.nij  by rlir> .s-ini^ n-cihoil  lea   an"!  f^ffeo rimy hi* nlu-.-tys had at any hu\ir of  ^    W, PSLLSW HAMVEY,  ' l'\ (r. S.,   UK-.  As-.:.y Oliii'e-.inil ."\letiillurgienl Works,  VAXCOUVI'JlMs:C.  S.niinlin^ ^.Vork--. 7L7-7J!) render Wit-eel.,  I.- ]ireii,i--i\l  in, ])un Ii.imj   the   above   eUsbes  or  ore-; i'-.- t!r   l'ollowing  l-jiglisli houses  whom lit> i'.j;--.e-unt-*, vi-/..:  Vivian & -'<..���������-!, Hwvjise.i.   Kllintts Metal Co.  I.lfl.. IMro port.   South   Wales,  .Smeller-*,  Hair,) rs. I)e-,ilvorizcr.*, Alanut'iicturcrs.  ChecJ-'iTis-   s:a-3ll3i*    pnlps   a   spccicilty  0<KKKKH>-OK><K>-0-*b-a-0<)-0  TI  in������  This  is probably doe lo  the qenerallv thrifty nnd steadv-goiii-j-  character Ntics . of the Scot ti-h-C.iri.i-  dian and tbe Scotsman. Of tii" penitentiary premiers, f-'lli W"i-e reinpern'i'  and ].">! total .ib-t.aineis. only 11!) bciriK-  intenipernl  tie flay nnd r. I ways hoi.  AfliM-   dinre-r   bl;i-"k  ���������   'C  4a F  no r'tinr.iiir.  SAJUvKjiidiy jLiU  (Limited Liability.) -  Manufacturers and Dealers in all Kinds of  h  r  if.   is   Iiarnl.-'l  round, ri'-h nnd swee.v. and ,-orved in rji"  fla;iiiir>-t ol Sevres cup-, and ^an'-ei-*-.  Xu dun!' .sl."e������ %vri.'t ill ibis Dilicli f.iiid.y  ]\i.-i-n-e -eemingly crimes . d.rnier tar'ih-.   Tli.- d-ri-'biers of tlie Iiou-.'e  L-..  \rq  -.. J      xl .i .' / Co v' J  ��������� i i  J.'.l'iJ'i.,  On  in Canada due ro inl emper am e an* pm-  portioii,-it"ly fi.'wer than they are in  the I.'nited Kingdom and "most other  northern connti iei.  f '/t'-.'l ;/.    I'l' It'll jljlll'.  n.  Trout Lake Notes..  i  p"-l''irui   fiii,  f-i'i-Mi (������������������.   and,  jildjmr.,'  fi-fiin .  Ilieir inppy  f.u.'s  didiiiliuL'-  with  ^li-'idi .  ^llii'i" . i1  .'ippeni'. to be a d. h^'lilful t.i-!. ,  I-h iih'iifly 'lii" -iiiiflli fable inaidri are the  pet*- of the IroiiM bold.. j  it I'm i ,/n.  0'  Two men are at, woi k on (be Cupper  Dollar a property adjoining the Ih-nnt.-  wiclc claim located between Pool -md  Fish Creek.s.  MesM-.s. Cameron   and   Ott  and   two  Pn-������y,l<'<!.  "J wan! to -,'rl a i in-,- for a lady," '-air!  fhr>  eti^!f,nuM-.  "S������'"il)r:irt or wife''" ,'i-,ked the clerk.  "I'ollj."  r-|died   IJH' eiij,r'.r.i"r.  ''Kay, now. I'm all at h"n'." <n'ul {'no.  elerk.     "If it iMs  for a  Mvi-i-'trV;>.rf.   I'd  -;���������-  n  li.  &.-.  i ���������  :������VELSTOKE  ���������Tl  u  A.!so shingles, mouldings, base boards,  casings, finishing lumber, extra wide  clear pine and cedar. Loiiq* dimen-  sion iimber cut to order. A -large  assortment of season lumber kept on  hand in the yard and sheds at Rcvel-  sloice by ihe pioneer lumber dealer of  Kootenay w ho also has had considct-  ab!e experience in eastern Canada  which enables him lo cater for what  the builder requires. You will always  find him rcadv for business.  <'=.;  other men wenl  in   to   lini-di   np   their  contract on ."-0 teel, of tunnel on the  Moscow adjoining Ihe -Mohawk on  Pool creek.  J. Darrah, of Uns-dand, went up on  WedneHrlay to look over a gold property located by Howard Moore on Pool  creek and which he lia^ staked, with  a view to picking out the best point  at which to commence operations,  Two men are fit  wotk  on   a   claim  show you sonscclmic  fii-e: if for a \iif,'>. I'd w;v] j-f,ii far'!ii->r i  dnwi) the aisle for soni'.flnrirr l'-ss c^^mi-  sive; lust when a k*ii entnhinos the two���������  say, yoti'il bi'tti-r io.'i'< omr the enfire  stork. It's a-.'-nii-.t nil orecedent. and  l'r������ nor eomp"icrif ro ^'i\e you any ad>  vice."���������(Jliici^o Post.  !i.!i..Jsor.,������   in   tins   i  ���������JO  ,��������� S-. ���������'   ' 'cv <<hj V,  -i*.   J- JL  Pricec  Right.  Terms.Slriclly Cash..   Leave Your Order.  n-<���������m*T r'd'-'i'JV'jfinB'r  B  /  ;./-!  Mlncn  -   \  ��������� .:-'Ui   \%  Work  o    &. TappiBg, Agent, Revelstoke, B. C.  OK><>aO<H3<><H><K5-0;CKK>0-0-0<-TO<>'0-C>0^  trxxzcxxTasr zow-tcrr it-*tj  XO'l'ICh,  \*OTI('!'; i- linv!'.i i,-!' i"i lii.il li n il.i.i - .ifli'i-  * \ dnlc the |ii'o|iurty (lot S, block l.',| noiv  liuiiiir ii'iu'l (i-wi ru.idu.iy will Ul ulu-ed,  Kevt-lntoko, ii. C��������� Jhiy '-', W'JO,  ���������"���������."*i-y"  i\>-J. */  /fr'/tr*'-1 -  mi m ATRIAL  HOGAN, Prop.  phone   43.  3  Furniture and Undertaking,  Repairing, & Upholstering Done  Wandion.se in connet-lion for sioiv.ge of family and otiier fni'iiitnre,  trunks etc.. al monthly or-other rate--. Agents for Raymond Sewing Machine.  B^VBLSTO:  KIE3 3TATION",B.Q  h- '.j  >ia������aBiiSH������8B^^  mimmsBBmmm^smmm  wmmnmmm\  >immmmmmmmm^mmsammm THE^KOOTENAY MAIL.  Hli Uu*J WAvjlK,  If otv- a. ^j.isr.iard Uefc That He Co-aid  p a CSIio&t a  tlio Stakes.  v*v*-i  By prederick Loulie.  :-:-h������:-s-:*--:-h  (Continued.,)  *j>*J"i".��������� &*:  h> voi::  -i.  ,:..-:���������-  I:  is  '���������-fin:!-,.. *.i;:ti, do not s'rr.ik po lightly of  tlii-if.--. ,\un !-':o-,v m-thiny about."  VI'o y ,n ilii::3^ yon' can make nie believe tin1"!!-.!* {���������lio.-rtsV'.i'oiilied my neighbor di'-ibiirrfidly. ��������� i  bat  replied   the   Spaniard,  'if  yon  i l.'.e com-:e.-e Co look at them."  M'lie .'.or.rvj  imni  jumped   up,  red  with  r;!:;",'!-. I ������������������/. erli.ied l-iim-uif and sat down  .-i",'!1!! e"!t-:l,.*, sa;.h.',':  "Vou  -.ot:l!  l.:--c -'hid dearly' for that  r<-r nil. if it we!.' mu 'i bar. nf a fool."  ,.  "Tl-:,!   i������r a   fool!'" vied' the Spaniard,  - j::!-|p'i!-; 1 ;; k, id- f.'.rn. , "Well, then."  ad In! !���������<-. >!:: .nini; Ins list on the table  and r.nnv.'in ,' d'>.\ n a hi;; lo.-'Hior jmrso.  "h'U-e   are   ;!!>   'itiiidrirpic-   mlmei   y^Hi)  ��������� v, b'.ii I > I..M- to lose if. witlmi :ui boor t  do -.ol )"'���������'.(' ��������� 'ii! -ce. yen -.\ylio are -n posit i..->. tie- . ''('c of o'le of .weir fiii'irds ll-.-ii  yon v. .:i i.';-..',, let ��������� I.ini be d.ead for 'ten  -.e-'ir-. and if after h.'vim: reL-o::i!i::od him  j-n',1   d.iiO   io   ; erriisi   hi.������   irunn.li   lo   ki.ss  ii fc -������ . ,  >v-:rK.  ,  The Spaniard had an air so terrible, in  naviii;i  r,:n-'>>  words  that  wo a li 'started.  My nei'.'iibor (I'/'rt-ir  in-.;'--.-: ��������� zu  hi*-  h'iij;!v  inir, nie-k.;'::'j".ai:,\vr. ;.nd riyiUvd:   '  "���������'jl'c:i v. .'1,1 (In l'h'.-:���������*��������� ch'." '   ,  ' "Yo.-,"' replied the Spaniard,  -.v.iu ' v. i!)  - lose ."0 r;*.-:id1e.ples~ii' 1 do not do i'. .iu  c'oii'J'.iii,!: lhat yon Viill'loac an < -j.in.1  amomi: i: I kcep'niy promise and yo>, -ic-  knov,*lcd;re ir.''' ��������� 'i  The yu'in^ mlln wis silent a inouunt;  tien he .-aid ,'. .ryly:"   -  ������������������'i'hiiiy qu;.(!.-!ip!es.-i My worthy ':;or-'  cercr. iliai is more li-eyi a ^indent of  /.Ton lot: .so. evei; pjf.-os5.ou. eat if jo:i wii!  keep your woi.l for the r> quadruples  which mo hcie I ton your man."  The Spa'siard took his purs.! ni*-ain i.rid  said sco!:!''u.iy:, -   '  "Ah.  you   back out..   1117  lituc- genlle-  ni an'.''*'  "I   back  out.!"'   cried, the  youmr 'm:ui.  "Ah.   if   f   had   ibe  oO  quadruple:-   joii-  '���������would see if I baekuv; out!"  ���������'Here ate four,-" cried, I, "whici \ add  to your stake!"'*  , I had no sooner made Ik's nropo.-diicii  than live or '"six persons, ������������������t-'raoicd like  myself1 by the fc-iinu'.lariiy oi *-hi- eii:J-  lengo. oll'ered to lake part in '>. and in  ��������� Io.-s tlrar. no time tire Spaniard'-: ainor.nt  was'Co-, civil. "'JMii.-* man' seemed m> sure  ef his v, oik ,'lii at he con filled '.ho sL-: kilo t':e jo'i:-.i: student, and we j-i.; rou.ly  for Ike > emonsii atiori.  '��������� To tk--t end we selected a snail p-v. il-  ii :>. [ji'i.eLii,\ i^'da^L^n-Jdu- maiden, so  ibat.< ilicte e-mbl bo eo'ilcc'eirion. '.Ve  serirelied it fiim.ieiy. \Ve astnred e.u--,  selves thai ri-.cre ,v.ere no other opeiii.r^s  than a v, iuiiow. <-eeuiely f-isl',-od, find  r, door, ���������.vhieh was closed in the s-riiae  manner are" at \,liicli we all stoo'i .".ftcv  we had lc.it the "iouii-j ma 11 alone in Cie  pa*, ilion. -We had -placed wrt'.m.: , male: bilk on th" table and,''������"ok away all  the i>-.'-,:���������-. We were eagerly interesU'd  in .tap i---.-"o of ;i'.'-' bcene and. were all  keel'j.':'ij. oj'eam! silerrce, when tli.' Spaniard, who had, teii'.iineil .-.inr.nir t;--. toin-  n'-enced lo - i:i" in a sweet and sad.voice  ,a xii:--,', w'.iicb 111:1 .v be rendered as fol-  - low**:  ���������:-;o::-cK'~-ly cracldnj-, tlio coffin lias brolun in fna  li.i'f ci'j.'-cf! 1011,l>. '  '     >  1 Am? I'-.o wh.ic j'h;,nroiii's Ijl.ick foot.is rostiiij .".i  "Wb-.r do yo'' '^ceV  "] t-ee," rep!:.-,! ;!:,���������  tfiin   advance.     If  ini  i^ranc-oi'*  VridoC    He iipproaclici t:  ble:  bo writes;  he has .wiitn 11; 'it  r., i.Is  signature.''  "Are you afraid':" cried the Spa:i:;;:d  ft:rioi:sly.  There was a moi-renf "of 'bilence. and  tlie slnd.er.t tejiiied. with :i>oie HtAH'jth  then up:-urn nee. "I am not:"  Immediate'.;.-, as if f-e:::ed w'tli 1: f.t of  raadi-psK, the Siianiai-d ������������������'in::, -^i'is a  ������������������tr.'inKP'howk this last hor::b!e ver ":  ''.'iiiS   til*;   I'liuatora   ?:i;il   to   l!:u   u.o -r:J:i.  '(.'niiii:. ilicii'. il'.'it I may louih ...*n.  Put  '.-oiii- IiiikI '.is  ley KiniJ,  ]>tcs** jn.ir lio.i  r.-.i I'r.-.it, \i, 1:.  un n'.li lu iry sr'i'lti.' "  "WliiU do yon   fe'i>V"  cried  thi  isi-d in a (voiee ,jl'y1lnnuler.    "  ::pp:-i;avliesl    It  iiiir.-'.vs j ^  !:-, arias!    it wi;l "eizc ��������� -s  ~-   -j-   5-   -^   n-   .3.   ->    -������-   .-v   a.    7-   -*-   a    ->    *j-   it ���������������   -->.   ������   ->   -*   .-i   t-   -i    -3.   ->   ->-      ������   ."i.   >5   jjT ... \, .,   .*;    .j-    .y   -->.   ->    i    .3-   >j-   .*j-_ -t-   .>   s.    .-j-   -f-   -*  **.'^^'fe''^'=r^'^^'^p;'^SA'.-^^*^^,^5i*^<pK ���������^���������-^���������^'-^ft'*^^'fe*V'^^''^^'^'^'^rffi'-ferff5'ferS-3                 '          ' *"-���������^^���������C-^.^-^ys-^.^e ���������P-^S~>.^^:^  --    -     ���������*:   i-   -4    -t    t-   *.   -_-   ^-   4-   -ir   v   1-   ������r' -cr -<���������-   %   ������   t-   -or   *   -i.-   <*" rt    -?    ���������������-      -"   "-    *-   ������������������������    *���������   ���������"- '     ---   ���������<-   t-    -1-   ���������������-   ���������������   *���������-   -<s   '���������   t   *?   "S-   "������.J?l3f~  ' ������������������ -'  f-^- '=...'��������� i> '''*'     >^  "������������������'S^r-  /���������p=*x  zu  to  :p.;n-  ���������'It C'lmesi    It  ir.e!     It extei  mci- Help!   iiiy,-r:-  ���������'Are ym afraid'.'", cried the  with i"!oeic.-,:s joy. ic  A piercing ei;., *!i"ii a sm.ithered iruiiii:  (liri.-iii-n.  !?������  '.   (r; ���������  .��������� ij  "iV'S>. ilr-  ,      .r'      *  ' - .>.   "' *""  -v.f;."1  ' 4 ���������"���������>"*"  j*    ^^S^'v<y^������o  Just.  i-  received a large 'assortnienii  Samples, in  \s^bl2XilL]  uesj.gnB  1  .,- r7  S(i.-;:,iaid,  ^<  ���������v  , f������   -  . -?i ^ . *.  w:;'-,tho only ciwvi'i' to thi  "ilelp   that    imprn'lent    .\wt.n;;   n::.n  said  the 'Spaniard, lo ;;^ m a rrr.i;l  \oi  "1 ii.ive. 1 ihink. v.'..!) the waj,-: ;-. tan i; is ; ~~*y ^  ei;et:;:li  for rue  t'ir,!i.iverj,rive.i   liinr :r   It ;-    ,^-if}   '.  '.-in.     !.et   him   keep   the   moae;  1:1.1; e- iirndeiit in the fnlnte."'  and  lie    went    a\.-.-;y    rapidly   a  d'i  the-'  ;1������-v  winds.'    We openn!  the dooi  tiie stndeiir in ho-.-t i";-!e eoir.*nl--io  -piper signed with t!;e name of  \'i(,l'it   was  tl'... student  on   lhe  1 aide.  f. pcnveri'd v.-Ir  lid   f.ir.'ivl .   -<l^  1 :-    :-.r  r.TiK-PIS  -Scarcely   h..d j.   '   *��������� '*.'  *-b������-?.<"1  '   , -������  C^WjlrSltf-S  "ir  ^  ���������n he dei'iar.'led. -^*-'i"  to kn'ow Vvlio was the infamons"-orci. rcr i 75e',? ���������u  v.'li'i hud siibjetled him to this borriLdj i/^^'^"^  prof.-.nafion. lie, wished to kill liini/- Ue '"''���������" V **T  searched for him all throu.-jh tlio inn-and    ^ fi ^  Ui.. Ki.1-  ntl sreeu.  At tiio tli -t* vri.se ho raised hia voice  solen.ni;. ar.d said:    .  "Vou have asked to seo your friend  l-Vancois 'Vit.lot, \\-ho was drowned throe  yea;s a ..> in cro--*-iiiK the I*pnsuaiiolos  ferry.    Wh.tt do yov. seo'.���������",  ,    ^  "I hep," replied tiie 'younjr man, ''a  pale li.yhi v. hic-b has risen near the window, but il ims no form and is only, an indistinct mist."  ���������'Aie yon "afraid?" said the Spaniard  in a strong voice.  "I am n:-t afraid." replied tho student  In .1 voice no less confident.  Vvp scn-cely breathed. Tho Spaniard  ���������was silent for a moment": then'he bosun  sill :ii i.;hp to :-.iii.*i (iKaiu. but in a Iriylrei'  .".!Hi  11 01 e --omber voice:  "/villi l! ,- v."':,' !-i!,.'<iito::i, v.lif.'ii f.ico lias been  tt.i'i'i'-l liv t! (? turro of U:c \i-.n-."--,  Vi ipi-'S ..e.li !i- -'.lio'iil Oie u-.iU'i- fion hid jjar-  ir.i ill ��������� .ei I 1 ail."  The ^1' -.; ii;,ii-!Kf!, the i'pr.niard luriied  dfl?ted off like a  madman  in  pursuit of  him.,   And that is thecsLory, my children.  '.- >'r * ��������������������������� * +      -      *  We' wore all trembling, with fright,  huddling close about our Uncle Chyle,  not daring to look around. ' No one had  the courage to speak. Then I gathered  strength enough to say to my uncle. "And  how is-itr after this, you do not believe  in phosls V" '    ,   .  "Because,"'"said my uncle, "neither the  young man' nor tho .sorcerer whs ever  ��������� s������eu afterward, nor the beautiful qiiadru-  ples whioh the other travelers nnd myself  hud' furnished- to cover the wager proposed by the pretended Spaniard, and  because these two rogues carried them  away after, having played under our eyes  a comedy which \ye believed in like a  pack of simpletons,' and which 1 found  very cxponsho, but which will not have  cost too'much if it enables me to fully  persuade yon. that 'none but imbeciles or  rogues believe or pretend to believe in  glWst*."��������� Translated From the Freseis  For Ai-eounnt.       ' ��������� ,      ,  t 7Jin-led 3:i n C5stiie.it ������Jo:iI Mine.  ) A strange'occurrence is reported , from  ithe district of' Ifsinu; Knoc-how. In the  [neighboring province t of Anlr.ii, whore  itliorc are extensive coal workings, a par-  ty'^of miners struck an ancient shaft  where history records that a great.catastrophe occurred -100 years ago, Lhe roc-,  ords being preserved among the local  archives. ' '  The miners, on reopening this old shaft,  ame upon  upward'of 170 bodies of the  former' workers   lying   where   thpy   bad  tit  .', ' .t, -rl^������������������  '���������   '������J>  ,\;--r  'f  4A&  Jrr  A* '&' > *.'  X     $      *������!  ���������-������  .*/   i  tlf ���������  '     V' ^ J>  t-: -,\i v.*.j  '���������i   ������-.i,.  <^.-f'4'*���������!?'���������  -      ���������>.   T^f  t .   ������f-       ,^        '  ;   irf  ���������;   -  ���������    -���������   f,   C^w  " f-   . >    -  -���������~-* X- iL:  ��������� "i ssT'  ��������� r & -  '- ^- * -li  V7   'i   -^-*  -ISi-SEJ.'  'Jl'-fT  * -9. ;  f ft ;..  '-^���������f.9 -,c>  ���������Sgii ������f i^=.  11T*  r  ill "call  epresentatiye w  ��������� this week for orders.  on" you  orinor ' workers   lying   where   thpy   bad  ' *?��������� *s Jf;_ /^T^".^  .���������eon dvereoi-ne with foul gas four centu- ��������� "ytfc^ H'   Cj-^  ies back.    The corp'-es were as if those    .jS^.i.^jf- g i.   Pj W  if vesterd.av.    Tbe faies were like those ; jLv'^S* "*"  - - ..... 'r-������C u*i    i  if men who had only jusr died.  'On   an   atrempi   lieiiu  made  to   move  ��������� '-^jfruL  ��������� '^- IP -4t  V ���������? ' *-  ���������s^jft .'.;������������������ if, <������������������  ^--*-,^, >  ^ if 42s. ���������  ���������^������������  S  -��������� ^ ji  t .\,  ���������1   the  ilcril-  ���������I  in an accenl  i.io; e  "V'o'i -,-,���������;. i \.''!.ed to'iii.v i:d'i t'.ie iiiys-  t(M '.(-- df the i,)!";'.!. '.i km i'u ; (i-.i (���������('('';"  V-,'i' l.dci'd villi anslily. Tlie student  repii.d 'n a calm vi ice. but like a niau  v. ho is'de.-e-.i! :::,-.-��������� a thirig as it happen^:  "I M'e lid,. \.ipor. wbifb glows larger  aiid l.iiger .;n.I lal-.cs the f'l.-m nf ������  pban^oi'ii; tiiis phantom has ihe head  eovi h d v. i'.li a *. oil."  ".Vie yen al raid V" ir.,ked the Hpauiard  in an iesiiltei'- voire.  Tiie voice of tiie young man replied. "I  am not afraid." s,  We daied mt ! iok at e-:eh other, so  great \t ',^ ..':i i m p; i-c :o f��������������� - in���������"> ���������! 'verc  we in fiillov.ii''- tiie :��������� iiK-nlar' nun eiiieiil.-'  of the l-'panknd. v. bo began to raise his  arms above Lis head, while invoking  three til w,s .1 mini;' li'iriiblo to pi-o.ioiinee.  n'-'er v. hifh he cl,anted J lie tbiid ver.-e of  lit.- in."-.-K'.i -ong. but in a voice siii^uhir-  ���������I.v frir'i'pliat.i: '  "A.ii.1  in.' | ' j ito'ii -.lii in  If.e.':������������������;  'lo toni'.i,  'in  A I*l:i-la:sf Iivopse i^I.-.apj.ioir.t :-c*t31,   .  A woman newsiiaper lejiorrer who i-  now a weil known author once called  upon Miss Grace Dodge, the millionaire  organizer' and bead of the New York  Working Girls' Clubs, who is also the  author of "A Bturdlu of Letters to Busy  Girls." The.'servant looked sympathetically at the reporter, invited her into lire  house, took away her wet rubbers and  shoes and brought dry ones, an net which  i tilled the visitor's heart with joy.' Then  she brought a cup of tea and some biscuit. '  After a long wait Miss Dodge came in.  "Are you  a reporter?"  she  asked   tbe  liewfegatherer.    "Yes?    I  am  very s-:!".'7  you should have come up here this !\.iny  day lo see me.    You know  1 never talk  about my plans for publication, but  wo  can   have  just   ns   nice   a   lime   t.dlci  about   books  nnd   picturcF.     Won't   ,  have another cup ������f tea'.'    Must you  going'.*    I am very sorry.    Wait a minute j  and have.the coachman drive you to y r.n* '  o'.l'u-o or your home.    Come up some d iy  }  when   v.t can  have more time,  ami   I'll ' ,���������  tell   y<-'i   all1 about   tho   Workin-,'   Gills'  Clubs, but of coitrn- you won't p:iut any  of it."  king  yen  SOU 'PACIFIC LIME  AfflBPiea's Q-feat ���������  Tpans-CdBtinental ��������� Route  i, "f      "���������  Quick Time!  .   Good Service I  First Class and .Tourist Sleepers  From  Qeean'to .Oeeao'I  Kootenay Railway &  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  . i <  Soyal Srlail Lines. *   -  Navigation Company, ciic^es*- ������oute to tne om country.  I AhLA\ LTXE-Krom Portltnul  Limited. ' | \*>.iinidi;in -       -       -    --      -       .     \-\teli ���������_';*;  I'iiriniiin    -     ,-._s=s-     . .      .      A]i|. v  1/iiiireiiLifin    ;      -      -      -      -      - '  *'' J1  Tiinisinii   -     ,-         ������������������   o{  .Viiniidinn     -      - --. . "   -Js  ���������    DOJUIXIOX LINi:-From Porliand.  noiiiinion       , - - .      _.\pi l.T  L'ainbroni'in - -       ''     -    * "    17  ,l-'rom  Montreal.  Ojierel in-,' llnslo & Slnc.-m l!.-iilway,  - IiitoriiiUional Nuvigation & Ti-adinv  t.'oin]jiiny.   .  Schotl*alc of Time���������Pacific Standard Time  KftV-ctivcKeb. 1st. UKlll.  oiill   !i'.;.iin���������:rt   Ie:.-'.   n it   on   bc-me-  Phihidelphia Haturdr.y I'^vetiinL,' Vr.tl.  ill it  l,c  I    Wlil      'i   I '    ,'|.'  lie nit, "i !, .i >  . The Sp.-ni i'  X.'futt.'d Li.-i W '-'���������'>  ii.-iv i"C"j-.:i,. " ���������: c  '���������".   f.iM-'1,   ii.ini'l. '-milium ami  i'i i.iy j'Hi'.li.' "  fioi-.l-.ed his verse nnd re-  lien:  Keivs "Vv'ljielt  C'Ki-crt  <!ie Kojirr'iio.  "I am soi-'-y to learn ih.it. ;*o;i are so il!  that you cannot pov-ibly be in your r.c-  cn-tomed place tomorrow mondmr, Misfi  31y.",'e," said the minister':- v.*ir'e ci.'isd'd-  inqly. ''and I have ht'.rried over to say  that yon need not feel the siiditi-t nn-  easinesa abottt the solo yon were to f-ing  in the opening anthem. Dr. Goodman  and 'tlie choir have arranged that Mis's  Goiieby shall take the part, and"���������  "V.'hat?'- ,   '  The popular soprano of Rev. Dr. Goodman's chr.rch choir sat bolt upright ia  bod.  "What?" Fhe screamed. '-That old  maid with the or--.ci;ed voice trying (<-���������  simr my solo!    ?\cve;'!'' v  With one hand she tore the banrlarros  off her licad: with tl.e other she swept  the medicine-* from the little table to tho  fluor and then ki'-htd down the coverb't.  "Tell Dr. Goodman and tno oiiK'<-~,'"  she .'aid. in n voice that rang thron^h the  li'.n!*e like tha -silvery tones of a bell, '"to  notify MUs Gonoby that she needn't  u)������hf1q that solo    Illl be there,"���������Chns-  'J'ichoLs Issued Through   and IJaggagc  Uhcclced to Dejstinatitin.  Daily Trains  K.v t L'iOS'KLSTOICIO "\Ve--t.  ;-.:-.i leave ������    leave 17.30  .    -|'0 AND riJOM KOO'iTXAY  I'Ol.VTH.  3.1') leave  f!o  Uanadian   i  irrivo 10.1 o  Steamsnip  Kaslo & Sloca-a "Railway  I'lissonncr train for Sandon nnd way stations  leaves Ka-do nt. ,S a.m.; daily, lotiinun-j-, leaves  Sandon at 1.15 p.m., arriving at 1-Ca.slo a.55 p.m.  E International Navigation and Trading  Company  ��������� - i.  0|i('ratinp" on ICootcnny Lake and River.  S.S. IX'i'r.nXATioXAi. leavi-s ICa-do for Xol-on  at (! a.in. daily (;\*i;o)il isiindny; rel iiriiinn;. lt-.ives  NoNon at. I.IMI li.in.. eiillirif,' nl. I'uH'our, 1'ilol.  Hiiy, Ainsworlli. riul all way points; eonnect-'  villi S. I-', ft X. train to and from .Spokane, at  Kive. .Mile Point. '   .  LariloOr.KOsn division  I AMi:i{   A I HURT A.  Stc.nner Alhcrht lein es ICaslo for Lardo and  Argenlii at S::)U p.m. Wodne---da> s.  Vancouver  ApK 2S  UJ'IAVER UXE-J'-roni.St. John.  Arr.wn,  Lake Btiporioi'  Lake Ontario  Mnntro>-c  Lake Huron  -----      Mob iS  -    - -     A pi i    "   11   "  16  ���������'   -Jo  Pa-woimcrs ticketed tbroush to all pnrlM of  Groat Jlriiain anil Ireland, and nt. specially low  niles.ro all ;ia;|.s of the European eonliriciir,.  Aplily to neart.-L railway or fieime-hii) aKuiil or  'o  T.  W.' BKADSEAW,  Agent.   Revelstoke.  STEAMERS  [KOSyiiAM) and KUOTENAV  I-Cviic AiTowliCiid daily lor '.'III  point-: iu lvool-  Liiay, making cuiiiieclion       Nakiisk for all  puint-i on N.ihusp  &  Slocan   railway  and  fjlcc'in Lake.  Clo=2 connection at, Ilobson  for  Nel--on Kootc  n.-.y Lake and River points.   Trail. Uoss-  l..ml and nil points in Boundary Country.  For fell   infovivivtio'.i,  tickets, .map1-, etc., call  on or .".di".re--������  T. Vv*.' BRADSHAW  A'^cnt, Revelstoke.  Or to  \V. !-��������� A?a>ICRS0X, K. .T. (;QYLE���������  Ti.i\. P.'-. Agent. A. (J. I'. Afjciit.  Keif-en, i;.u Viiucouvt-r, D.C.  Klenniers e.-dl at principal  landings   in   bnlb  direct ions, and at diliur [iiiiiils when  -i^'ii-illed.  'I'ii'kets sold Lo nil points  in  Canada and tlio  United Slate-.  To  ascertain   vnte--   and    full    information,  address-: !���������  * > ROJiERT 1RVJNU.  S If  ^Siilin������cr. IC.-ir.lo, 11. C.  Canadian Pacific Navigation Co, L'd  ALASKA   B.OUTE.  Steamers for \\"i-nii(j������1. .Iiincau and Skagway  leave Victoria  Every Wednesday at 8 p. in.  anil Vancouver '  Every TImrscJay at 2 n. -rrv.  Steaii'iors foi N'ortbern T.rit'-b  Colinnlda ports  leave Victoria and Vaneem or weehlj..  Rale-, etc., on implication to '  O. ������. HAXTER.  (I'ciier.il I'.i��������� eiwr A'^ont,  Victor!a, li. C  TIIMIIE]     TABLE  S. S. " Lardeau."  , CoiiHiioiiciii!,' May I-t. lfKKi, steamer will ran  as follows, weather permitting:  L'.iviu^ Arrowhead tv.icc dailv for Coni.jpiix  nnd 'I'boin-oii'- LaiuliiiKiit luk. and J.jk.  Loaviii^-Tlionisoirs Landm',' for Arrowbcad  twice daily, at, 7:.'!(l and l."k,. inakin-,'clo-e con-  iicclions uitli all (..'. 1'. It. trains and .-tciiiicrs.  The iiwiicr.s ro-������r\ o the ri^htto cli.mce limes  of sailing-- without notice.  P. RURIXriO.V,  Manager.  liAUBB & ASHCBOFT, .  Dominion and Provineial  Land Snpveyops,  Surveyor- of Mine-. ."Mineral Claim- and Crow n  Land.-,  VA"COUTER,   P.. ('. THE KOOTENAY MAIL
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.**  Instruction   books "for all &
|      instruments    kept'    on ^
$      hand. ���       ; '<?
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I A  .large    assortment    of|
-sheet music,  folios, etc. |
Will order .at.-the price )(:
registered     if    not   in J
stock. ���?���
��k Co f
Revelstoke Station., .<?-'
If you are thinking" oi g
learning to play a vio- &
lin, banjo, guitar, auto- jjj.
harp, or any musical |
instrument, call and see -j-
our most complete.stock |
a Jjpug &
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JonXHTON-Ti��).��s.���At    St.'   Peter's
Church," May ,3th, Kev.' Dr. Paget,
���   , officiatine-, Mr. W. W. Johnston oi
'     -ltnssland, B. U., and Mian   [.--abolla
Thorns, 'ol'  Dundee, {Scotland, who
' arrived   fioin  her home  the wiiiio
Miss Murker went south this mom
, Gold   Commissioner   Cuursier   went"
south Wednesday morning.     '       (
tune-favored youns-ster from  a  good
Miss Mai-jone McDonald   went south
this mornincr.
Mr. C- ill, inppector of inlaud revenue,
went, south Wednesday lnormnp-.'
The   Uudson's   Bay    Company  has
given $10i'00n to the Patriotic Fund.
b oration
At tlie City of Bev-elstoke
.The govern.uient parly have opened
committee rooms in Tapping's old'lmll
ana will probably also open rooms at
tlie lower end of the town.
J" Nelson and A'. XV. 'Mcintosh
brought, their pack" trains in from the
Okanagau on Wednesday and will soon
be in readiness to take,tbe trail for Dig
invitations have been sent to the
Trout Lake, Trail and Golden football
clubs to participate in the football
tournament lobe held here in connection with t.lu4 sports on the 21th.
All holder* of miner's licenses should
beat-in mind,that they expire on the
Slsti of this month aud if not renewed
before that time, w(i!l cost .'-ilo instead
of $5.
Fruit growers read this. Horry
plum and apple' boxes. The li. 0. Mfg.
Co. of Now Westminster' are now in
full operation and prepared'to supply
all kinds of fruit boxes in their season.
Prices on application.
, Trie Canadian Pat-ilk: railway, announce lhat on and after May Sih th.e
passenger rates on the Crow's Nest and
North .Star lines will lie. red need one
cent per mile.
.' ��1V 15.' L. Taylor returned this morning from the coast. '    '      * . /
Judge   Spinks   came tup ,from   the,
south yesterday going west.
A:large  picnic party enjoyed an" outing at the Columbia, c-tnyon yesterday.
The bacheloLS of Revelstoke are "At
JJiuiie"' in Tapping's Theatre ' this
Angus Nicholson came up from Kose-
berry  on ' Wednesday leturning south
this nioining.
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Win.   Schmock,   manager at Tiout
Lake City, for   P.   Bur ns i-o Co., was in
.town Wednesday.
��� "      Queen's Hotel Fire:
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Fire   v.as   riiscoveicd in the (Queen's
Hotel    Wetiuefcc.l.iy     night   about   '11
o'clock       On   the   alarm   being given
'< \.i' ' "   (.���'.-!-'aiie   weie  (inicklv   on the
The "Deacon " rehearsal in the band i .--pot and in a   r-hrtrt. rime-had checked
room last evening  was mueh appreci- J tho cou'.\ -ir.u ion.   The in cms supposed
ated bv the Mail stair. ��� ! ""'
Gco.,T. Mallei'y, J. L. Brown and
Rev. Irvine were passengers 'from the
���south yesterday returning to Kani-
loops and Vancouver al'ter-attending
til'' K. of P. grand lodge meeting at
JL{o!.siaiid. '��� ,    ���-
,T!ie baseball players at MrS. Dent's
Jiavr- challenged, the residents of the
"Wigwam" to play them a game of
ball; .,fn this connection it might be
added that the "Printeis Nine" rue
also looking for .trouble.
Win. jMagee, -bridge foreman, and
crew came, up from Arrowhead yoM.er-
diy h'aving cmnpleted the.new '"slip"
which Lhe C. P. II. has had built there.
Thi:* is said to be the best piece of work
ot' the kind in Ur-iti>h Columbia nnd
Arrowhead residents are proud of it.
May 24th, 1900.
$��.00 IN If HIS $��00
Football, 'Bicycle Races,
'    Patriotic Spee'claes, '
Grand    Street'   Parade,
Kevels'tuke.  City Land
ir. attendance     '     ��� ,  '.
wrzrj^rxxiTxrtnan.z.\**:fn.T mT~xa
Ti LAo.o #
l^-7 ���       Just received One Carload of i'aint and Oil���the largest shipment ^P
($0 evei brought, into r he town of these good-*.     We are  now in a position, f^
S lo supply everything in the i-a'uiL line.     White  Lead, Boiled and Raw X
^f Oil,   Turpentine;  Furniture'Tarnish,   Hard Oil'Finisb. etc.    All colors ^
Cijp ground in oil, Japan, or dry.      Kalsomine iira variety of colors. '   Coal ^
-f. Tar, Whiting, Plaster and Cement, Fnamels in all shades.rJust received x.,-
*f* a consignment, of Starr eJl Tools.      , ��� , .,: ��i*-��
'��� 'I
t. *?r J:
- u .in
v# , , ' ���  - ;  ��� qp
,|c, Hardware; Paints,. Oils, GiasG, sjent for Hamilton Powder Co ^
jf p-^ ���   f\y  a . r 7 vr \   fry)   t ph?  a    a ! r&  .a.
h i 4 A ^ N tl A / A -A I? ���#
/i T^ I ^ K"x. ���   iT*'   A ��� O til ?
^   I- 11
ri��T7.��1--.'-*i"r_-j--)oiB^i iMurjssaiji iinn
To conclude in the evening     Q
with a ,
HO C0I*]G��RT;& ball-.
'T.",K[LPATHKj;Cf   Chaiinniu;     ���    -
. '    ' B. It. (JAMPBI^LL, Secr-etary.
"VTOTICU i-. herein'sivon t!i-t ;il Lhe cxpim-
1S lion ol" :Vi (lnys from tilns Jato'tho liouil
olliee or iirineiiinl rlnveol' bnsi.iossoL" the Urown,
lioar JVbninK anil Jluveloinaciit. Uoiiipany Ijimi-
led Li;iljiliL\r, will Ijc- eli.'iiu-ed from JJoruiIrt, li.
C. to Jlovelstohc, !'������ C.
Dated 271 li April, li,/>).
I. '        '
Solicitor for LIio Company,
h-i', e   <.i i"in������it'-'.I   frotn   the stove in
l\lvs. J. P. Kennedy, of  llieciilev.-r.-i.- !
til*- .IiXlK'i
i "i^^'.-is   a:,.
The   quests threvv their
������hats-ver   they   could lay
is! spending a  few  days in   town the'i -H-i." L.t:..^ on. y��j   nt  rloors and wm
guest of .Mrs. A. R. D. U.-ar-n. | ^"*'.*���   �����   '-1* promiscuous fashion, being
  : ���*.;������-.*    a--.;,Leo'   oy    ;t  hirge number or
' Wanted-A good ge���e.-ai blacksmith I ^-^ "'"������> La-i ^<emb!ed at the scene
at once, applv to Kobe. Cordon, Per- | "f. ������- ^. (i^^ done, w'^
ohtoke'Stitiou. ' ��f        ht*-" -V-��   "'   ^   pn��.ipt nc��on ot
Have  a. look  at the. sajnriles of  w^.j] |
' l>-i  2 "o:;��.:ir.e.      Ti:e brigauc trout tne
i-I i-w.-"'   :o-.. ti   .*. i H'��������.'!  jukL  as   the ixre
paper just opened at the. Canada I-'r-r-g i
& Hook CoVs. they are very pretty a-.i": ,
price? r'-usonablc, i ���     ' Ti "���'   ���
u'a-s cii".'] .'���':!i io be "ah out.
Badminton Hotel
",    ' VANCOUVER.
RATES   02.50    FEf?    DAY.
Wagons; llDelivery  Rigs,
0    '
Buggies, Etc.,
. . a
in l-\-'iiit. Muslin and I-vivales, fast,,washing, colors,' vour_choi'ce '
.while the.y iai!. fin 'iO Cents, Ropjular SI lo S2.        ,"        '    '   ���
We have a \\'\v odd'.wrappers left, which, w��> want to get,rid of so ^Q/7
h-ive  decided   (u -eiiL"tiii' price from SI to S3 down to 75 cents.  (-Mi
Now  is. your chance  foi   a good .house wrapper, come and see
Lheu'i on sale '   " ', . , r'
Wednesday Morning'at 8 o'clock: $Jv
�� , i >' ,
Fresh Cod,  lialibdi,  Salmon,  Kbc.;1 Smoked   ������ _ ���
,   I^i.sh-& ICippers a 'Specialty.       ' . "
M i ���fi'f-w.r* itjn.-L- ��� - /-ecu -nitixuv *���*��_ a
Family Grocers/' and. Produce "Merchants.
s        M.\h'   i'���-'���? 'i    V t- rl    J) J   ^ ���],    Jr
,,, Second , Street,
'   tVr
n..   M.   ��� iViHT r
FIRE' & LIFE INSURANCE -AGENTS,    '     - ���
���..     -^fes^^OTARrES, -PUBLIC, ETC.
"ITJT*:^ C:T3      C��"T5 WTj"^!       T^ "C^TrTJiT QT'OTTTT1   *
:o : ���
Blacksmithino" and Woodwork
done .on short notice.
Carriages    Dtiilt   to    Order.
Your Pocket-book
'may 'ic Inv.- l-ut nubiiilysees it,, liiiL
11 your elollu". .ire shabby Unit
sctft''sit.noljr��ij* u-.ints to know yon.
'Ladiosoi- Genl - Tuihir .\J.irlo Cloblics
rt'inirofl unci eieiuied in good st,yle.
Call oi- soiul liosi C'U-ci.
Samuel   Needham, Dotigias St.
iv,'.,-|:>IKbed  Ti ,'.-: iti -'���.
l-'lri' (Iy  I' lion t.'lbwr >Jt.<jj).
filaw    aJvL   ��^aiNv--Jl     u a.  It L^jS-^aJ ;>,     '    ,
i '    ' i ���
are   beauties.'    The' .Sprint'*   will   be here before vou
\   know   it   anci   you   will   be   uncomfortable with your
heavy  winter  suit.  .   Pick   our your pattern now antl
have your Spring- Suit in time. ��� ���    , ' .
,   ' ,    3&8W Spring'Styles in Woolens.
First1 Suresii. Eovelstoke.
r,'; .i;:u
Cliib 0r;{aiiizfic!. '
K.'tl.'l'fii'-intiu   v\iil   h-> in In   jh'icm.'   t     (
"latjlne  -tuilio, viniitli   I'lru-k,   i'uf t �����- ���
week iriL-ludtng the li4t h ui" May.
'.���:������     '   ������'���,'   ��'���'   ''   ���'"-���"I!?:    1 Hi^r':,1. Cii:-. P-"i-7.' Paid for
ui ��� ;.���- {>,)���'.>  nil,.-.- !i-!-iii'- jHir- j ^
!,"���" (,!
Nu.  2 Mio.-e vwl   teiini   will   pi u-\.vi> ',.;,-,._
���ilU't'iiiitf:   niprht-J   frnin   now   nmil ihe'
21th of1 "M.-iy, in .���inLicipatiun nf '<������'! t? ).^
up ii nice'on Mint tl.'it.e.
Ii'i��v. fI'utlii'ii' T'-'i'i'v p,i-"~i'il (hniii'li
l'i:vcIstok" yi'.stcnhiy on lii , id ,v..
I'rruii I In* iiio-lin;,' nl" the i'l e-livl "ivtn
:-3 lruil nt, .Nclsdii.
tli"     i.il-'iKi'l
���   j;.-   tn-".-  o.��-.ir-;'/.-iti..ii \ J   -*y**    ' ,/;      -      ^/iia   /w^ f{
!''ofi, i,.i!i   (;i'iip-.;iii()   trie j ^ a
���   , .   ,1    4-,,,,   ,',,.     it       ,\li-li.'i.-.."!-��� .','    '    ,'ii.''i' i   b>  nn; lis >J
e ��-rin:
I  H    -rii.ii.l- ll.i-, , j-jim i.lii,ir  [-ctrinis ii--  Pj
j  Q    -.:.' il.    ."','���      . i-i" i'1-'   "Ij'li    in   wiv. r.llil, n
i n   l>ri!riinif :;i,'i.'-    !<��r ,,i ',   li n ?lh   ot'   linio.
i  . .��� \   ,,;.  i . >-, i> ������'. i .'ii-'in: (ii ��� ( \ ;<v- | 3   V��n   -iiu'iM ,.< ��� :<   ;m " ���! km   tin: n-lurns
! H    \ - j 11 '.:��� I 11 ii,
pi i'.-.i.'i i.'
The nieinb'-!'-! nf the !-i<icL (\-rslinir'-iiJ
iSncicty ;u*e li'ijue^led to nieet ,it, tin-
Pi-oibyteririn ('hui'uh .'it half p-.-il" tv.c
nn Tucscifiy nt'tf i-nnnii.
R. E. Drew \c\h Wodnesdny morning for tlio now tmvn of Canlx,rne in
the Lardeau where he will eiert a
liiiildinff aiifl ripen up ,-i store.
A plea-wit H.ory eoines finm Oltawa
where it, i.ssaid the (.'(-veriior-fienei-,'1!*-
young son lately gave awny his Ijoot-
n.nd socles to a hurnf-out Ottawa, liny,
������ind went homo barefooted. A vvry
kindly &u tbij-on th�� pdvt of the ior-
. ' !. ;..,' : --  , 'ill'i \ u-i--ji:-e-i- |
ii-:it,  -.ii .. '���:. r ���������-. -���������. i"t i. y. f*'. Itiiiie.- j ,  (1 u ,
j ic.- in -i. .'��. ( '. ( un in mi  : ���-���nit n  r apt- j 8
..in. ,!..!. I...,,: i.-:;:jimii.i-c.ijii.*;ii,   .\. | BsaaaBaiasrsa^^urjre^KR^
('.. ('iiuiiiiiii-.    A < uiiiiuiUee   (-(-iji)>'j.-ii-d  ;_   ____i	
of i;r-.   -.\ il-on.   A.   J.   (iurdc;n.  -J.   if, j
C.rrrn'. aurj -L Q.   iI'*Kii>:ion.   tug. un-t  j (.��    f'<
Wit-lli.'"   !'-'���"    (.Mpf.n..--,    U ('!"   ,->"!i'C-iPrl
lO plCii '>l,7 In;    I'M!').
it w.i-, i/ioved and c-irried tint nr>
one but !ho-..' linlfling rnenihersliip
lickeii in (he fun! ball elub e,m take
part'in liie ,.r'ieii.-e garnu-. or be eligible fnr a. pl.t'-" "U thf le--iui, The price
oP.'.e ineiiilrei-ihi[) ticket, was pin red
nl .-'/ c 'ill- lor- I lie -ca-oti,
l! was mow! aiid c-.in-ied thai, ono
pi iirs ;< e g.une per week be held alter-
nateiy i.i the \\vt> towns nf Tinut L.-ik'e
���ind Fergu-'ou.- Topi','.
C. i-'*   ��.:A?jT!\7Zr7,
'.," \   i j:' le, .J.i' . i. Illn,���))
v.'.u-'b-o';, i'isu.
is next bo Godliness."
if you wMiu \fJiir .'.."avenger
w'/i'k d<mv; in a clean and
economical way send a.
card ic,
Revelaloke Station,
VW t;p ]���::*;'J
noods in
Madras, BOBBiNET/Etc.
Tiii*  ue.ite.--1   .-it d   prellit'i-M, youd-  ill thi'Si.' Iltius wv.*
ll.i*. e yi I. l-ecei'.-isl.
VVi'Uc roi" StiK5j,isa at?d Prices .
Free lo any Address.
C! Ml \lj;vW
La.vycsl f-'tirnisS-rcrs West of Toronto.
if-j^i     victoria, ts.
fflckiBF,-], MoFsdy & ���Ooipfisy, Lirai
|fJpR.O;-i ?"-pAJ ?"    !ii P r;R''y:U'-"Hlp g   i>l;,f,-! n,lt'1 yl|--���t,,' (��i'-^
HlluLCU^Lil     Jilftli'iiyViirUInC   I    AVood    Alnnlek,   GraLe
and   TiliiiK.       AMJ.^STK!   MTKI.'L   UAXUKS   i'or   Ffotel   and   Family   use
Miners* and Mill Supplies.
British Columbia,
r.i-.inrl]i"> at D.nvuin dUy, Allin.'ind Bennett.
(L;it" r-IurJ-'arhine k Co.)
���     V A N C O U V E R,    B.  C.
^V<��� are .'M.iiiuf.!' I in-e:---.ind dir-.-el iuiiir.rti'i n. aird r?ii-ry a ltirf-'e stock of
Malances, I-'urri ice'-, r'it����� Clay ^riind-, Scientifie nnd Pi-actieal JJcroks, Glsisswarc,-
Plat inttiii LriKit!.--,.1-.'���'.���[;-.< "ueuiieaN.-ind all ct her.'.ss,-iyer-'s;ind Minpr'sreqiiirenipnts
���Sole Aleuts for .Moi^.ui (.'rueible Comprint, riril.tersi.-a, Becker Sotifl' Bnl-
iinces, ete.
Catiilogtie anil full pnrticuhifi- si-nt en: appHc-itiun,


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