BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Kootenay Mail May 26, 1900

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xkootmail-1.0181826.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xkootmail-1.0181826.json
JSON-LD: xkootmail-1.0181826-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xkootmail-1.0181826-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xkootmail-1.0181826-rdf.json
Turtle: xkootmail-1.0181826-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xkootmail-1.0181826-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xkootmail-1.0181826-source.json
Full Text
xkootmail-1.0181826-fulltext.txt
Citation
xkootmail-1.0181826.ris

Full Text

 PUBLISHED   r������!TJ-JEj&ID^rZ7 r^.3^"ID   ^JElTJD^r5T.  Vol. 7.���������No. 82.  KSVELSTOKE. B. 0.'," MAY'20, U  $2.00 a Year.  f^!^^,^:>^^-^-f':' J^.-^'ni^ Af^ffrt f^^:������vfor$������<$������f$? f&7f&r7&rh- i  rfo, tTnrrjn    >w-  -���������-*--; , * ' 'Vr'*,, -*-~v>7r >"������   .   ,������*"*}"pg"5'; >*"\ ^j-*' %"'  S ' iij.Jii������     *J       i .1  ' A      ������   -.a  i , S\ a   ������   1       (L V r, x<!    5   .i   .>-     ' V  ', ���������*T.~ .'"I '. ���������-.   T!    u? 1I* t . J f' tf>T  f  t -   ' i -.   a     r> i ^) I * >��������� s J* H  R.-S3.'*Mti7 VEZfZfy ���������t>2*  (yy  iO^aily OeleliPated.  ...vVJ^lJ  laa^VERYBODY.:,  (- ,,are "f*fv:'ind" '"away '.all-" kinds ,of' Dress Goods,  t- Shirt 'Wainth, ;4Jillft;iY'Saliris,,'Ho'sicry>']\Icn''s and Boys'  Z Clothing, lI:its;','.'Ga|)s\'aCarpcfKC/Jijcioths) etc., etc. i  ^ ��������� AJI wc ar>iyin."rptu-nn/wl'cnough' mopcy to inaku you  "^���������feel flint' \ on' lia'kin'i" tfohahead' of iis.aand'wc" i>uai"antcc  i., vuu will -be satisfeU.A Sp'will. wc.    , '   ;    ; -��������� '  !>'n  w  fjli  70  &}  Oh  w5y  M������HcvnJi*ai3un  'fe^^L^'������'"  % k.  la  MCKENZIE AVENUE, REVELSTOKE, B. C. '  a.  p^i^w-i^^  SW  " Just-TeII-T2iGm. M Yoa- Saw/He and. Tliey Will Ess? thw lest  Witfi J)no of Olson's-Saits oh, made up- life Yepy Best. ' ,  '  Scotch Twoeds, fi-isi! Twaeds and Worsteds of the, Very Best AmiM,  And'mora than that'-We'll-Tall You, Youp Giotto ara Made in-Town;  '   ��������� -f=t. ' Sv '"WTIIILSOjNV  HS ; - MOXiSONS   BANE9 .���������',..���������  ���������',      ^      . .    ,     ,. _ rn'ccvpurnLi-d byji'ct of P'irliaiiie.ut, 1S."jo.' ,,     ,,     '"  H-E.AD'OFFLCE     ' "   ..'-   "      '-.,-   ' '���������    'MONTREAL,  / W3i.',iJOLKtJ:������'sOlACl'JiBKS(������x, Press.    '' S.?H. Ewixo, Vico-Pres.'  ,''������������������"     , F.  Wol,vjj;rsta^ TliOirAS; General AI imager  PAID ,IjP CAPITAL   "������   ,.'    :    ,    ,   ".-/..  RESERVE   ~-7 -.������    '       '- -   ' ���������-   -      -'--  $2,000,000  JOO,  .1^*  general banking business ti-!U!������ac-Le  J.'D. HOLSOH, IK'sager,'  Inion"=t iil!ov.*cd on depc.M'Ls at current rale---.   ^  ,REYELSTOKE, B. 0.  Silverware'  '-. '" -That'Wears.  Knives, "Forks, Spoons,   Lhe -  ' Besi in the Ciiy ai  :GUY. BARBER'S,,.  C.P.R. Watch inspector, ,  'Tlie FpM BsMiioa :  On And lifter t hie* flat" our .pnci1-? for  cut firewood will lie iis'foliowss  '  $1 "per-''cord> at. Mill:  $2 ���������    ",     delivered*  Prices Cui for Cash*    ,  Fred Robinson,Mas3agIi*������-.Dirccior  A laro"e rancje of reacl\- 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 buviny"  elsewnere.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  (;; h $j %������>' r- i-f  ���������l.> ji    i/.r-v'Vi'  ^  , /j'Jie ma! ii'uy-oi UifL-Mli] was cloudy  and i'ui-.-i (.iiiic did not look  iilLcgi-thcr  I'.'ivoiablo fur a daja  sport but about  nine <>'(���������!;)(���������!; ihe s!:y cleared und   when  lin-  pnici-.'-.Vuxi    was   fonne.d   tlio   sun  .'���������iior.i.1 b:i������;;Hli\.    HaL. SmuuU'i's, dress-  ed a:*, a rurpoi'iil   of   the   Nu'i-l.h    ^^'l.���������^L  JFiuiuled Pviiii*i,,,a!id '\V.  J.   Lee,   niar-  'Vh.-ils. .-u'rangi'd I lie jirocessioti in  ft ont.  of Llu^ opeiM. limine Lhe ItevHstoke'City  Hand leadio^- unci Revulstoke Lod^e L.  O. Jj.  No.   Jfl.">S.  coining next with a  float l;e;i:-in!.< ihe flag-of the order  and'  lar~e crayon pmitraits of Lord Roberts,  and Generals While, Kit'chunei, French  Builer and IJ.iden-Powcll all of whom  a iv said to be Orangemen; ���������next came  theS-m-q?   Rngland  with  their  flout  Ije.uitifnlly  decorated   and  on  a' platform .-at Iriiie Carrutherri representing  Cngl.tiid and holding the   St!   0.-*orges  ban nor, v/iLh Francis  Lawson,   Aimee  (rrogan,   Jean   Sutherland ' anil    Eva  'Doyle representing *espectively  Scotland, Tivlaiid,    Oanachi   and   Britit-h'  Colutiibja .-vaLed'on   the  i'cmr  corners,  Betisic Bi'iindret't a'nd El-sie  Hooley' at,  Lhe,    army, and   navy."  Gold,; Range  Lodge  Knights - of   Pythi.W  Selkirk  'Lodge 1. O. O. F': and the Jnternatimiul  'Afsn'ciation . or - Machinists 'were  weil  reptftsentod in'the. procession   each  in  their ri'spyctivfe  regalia.   Last of  the  boi-ielies came the Independent .Order  oj.  iMirurtiM-s   with   thc-*ir forest  float  showing an olci .bear and thiee-cubs,  one of which looked  vciy natural as  he clung to a tree, togethei   witli  deer  lu-.u'.s  wiiich showed up  well  thiough  Ijie green "brush,  and on  the  wagon'  st.floa'Lne'nrci^^  two otli-r inenibeirf of the forest --the  prospect iu- and I rapper ���������-mn'rching'be-  liind. Tiic laaL float in the pr'occssion  \vai- a good reprcsentaiion of the village,,  sinilhy with the clieutniil, L'lec aud  aJii'u-iipleU'���������the smithy being engaged  in ih.* shoeing of a horse���������well gotten  up by iho Kevelstoke Iron -Works.  L-ist of ,-ill came th������ bicycles and  vehicles, ( there being some tastily  decorated wlieels, especially' tliat of  liLtle lu is-.< Kan no Baker, which received  special connni'iit together wilh a  special ' piize awaided py'thc spculs  Goniniittei". > ,  0:'i retiirning to the starting point  lhe procession formed up around tlie  band si.md from which Mr BR Atkins  delivered a sLiiii ng pat riotic addrpss,  but owing to ill** high wind which pie-  ' vailed at. lhe time the speaker's remark-; wen- inaudible to' a large  portion of the crowd. Cheers'were  then given for Uer Majesty Queen  Vicloiia, Lord Roberts, Colonel Baden-  P.well and the Canadian .boys at the  front. Mr l\obert Tapping was also  down for a >aLrioLic speech hut it had  to be poMponed until the evening  when it wart delivered in Mr Tapping's  own i'liinilabl.'Xylc amid (he cheers  nl (lie popular'*,  ':' '.) - following  were the scores in lhe  ::-'in c 1 uii ���������.'..not v. hich took place in 1 he  Shool oi]' for'tie -for highe.-l, score : ���������  . l-l II A' Brown    1 ' 1   '"]    1    0 -i -i  ^nil A Mr I tin-       0   1    (1   and  out.  JShoot  foi   men   who  have  never shot  before  Lhis season   in  an organized  giui chili : ���������   ' ..  l-!t Win-Baty. Trout  Lake���������S.  2nd Win Schinoek       ','        --0.  Sweepstakes of ."5 birds each, unknown  nnsrh"*: '  Jv I) Johnson��������� I  H A Brown' ' '2  "W A imstrong        I  A.7 IdeDonell 1 ,/  A McRae- I  '��������� C Skene    ' 'A ���������    \  Win Lawrence       '.)  ' ..TG Bui her *        ,2  , JohnMon, and Mcllac  1st ancl'2nd, C  R Skene 3rd. -���������  Doubles of5-l birds: '  A J JMclioncll 2  K D Johnson 1  ..TG Barber   _ 1  rW Ariiisfrong        J'        . . '       ���������  AMcRac .   *   - rl  CSken������' 0  '   -  ."Wm Lawrence     ���������1  McDonell 1st, Bar-bcr 2nd. '  ' Trout Lake have, material for "a good  team  and ,wifh  one   exception   never  *- i .   l  shot over traps before, this .season.  Tney wtiro also handicapped from the  fact that they are not used to.'the dark  background we have here. ', When  Revelstoke meet uieni again there, isa-  ���������good chance-for the fables tobe Fumed  and in Mr. A. , McKafe they certainly'  have the greatest coach in the country.  ��������� The 'afternoon events were, opened  hy, a base bail match ���������Wigwam ys  Dents ���������which was very interesting  and.after a hard-fought ba'tlli\the'acore  st.ood'15 to 7 ii> favor of the "Wigwam  when time was"cidied at the end of the  tliird innings'. ' Followin'gls the teams:  ���������-iw-iWigwji i_Q.n^JC.D^,I i J.h n sp.i.1., J ,;j) rs* ;;j'i tt,;  W. .Calhoun, T. 1). Pickard, .L.G.'.Bar-"  lier, H'. C/Dier, O. L. Spencer, A. Hob-  son, G. Newton'.',      "���������' '       ���������'  'Dents ���������C' II. McDonald, ���������. Hawthorne, J. B. Smith,'W. Jehu, L. J.'iiu,  A. Sullivan, J. Aruiblrong, "T. Moore,  J. Doyle.  and A. Harvey; S. F. \V. Gainer ami  K. Adair.  ' J'acking contest���������-A. M. Craig anil  W. Schmock ; M. PoUipiece and H.  il orris.  Prospectors race-T. D. Pickard, .L  Lcedholm. *   ���������   %  r^je tug of war between the C. P. K.  shops and the city was'won easily by  the former. Tlie teams were made up  as follows: Shop team���������J. Outhett,  R. Tremble, R. Fowler, S. S. McLeod.  J. L). McLennan, lv. Dodd, P. Ainslie, '  B. Ackert. J). Swannan, A. Chambers,  W\ Campbell. City team���������J. McLean.  W. A. Foot, IT. Longhead, J. Samson,  R; Samson, E. Adair-, A;J Edgar-, I").  McCarthy, T. Mally, T. Hall. -   '  ' 220 yard race���������T.  E. L. Taylor, J. E. -  Taylor. "  Quarter mile bicycle���������F. Brown, R.*'  Fowler.  Ladies   bicycle   race���������Flo. { Palmer,   -  May Cor ley.  ��������� , -* "���������,_  One, mile foot race���������W.   Campbell,  A. Harvey; 'purse of $7.7.j was collect-   '  edr as a special  prize  for- S. ' Hillier,  third. "'...        '��������� , _    "   ���������.   ���������  Half   mile   bicycle���������F.    Brown,   K.  Fowler.        ���������  ' 4-10 yard race���������T. E.' L. Taylor, J. E.    ,  Taylor. ! ',     '  ������0tie mile bicycle, race���������F. Brown, R.'  Fowler. ,  ' Revelstoke Football Clubcntertiiined  their visitors to dinner at the Central  Hotel in the evening and a very (pleas-  uut time was' spent in - singing' songs,  e.tc.    , '      ���������       '���������������:':���������  Following in close succession  to   the  SC  OOi  Dr'nyiug tuid delivering, a specially.  Tennis always ready at sliortest  nolico. Contn els for jobbing  taken.    .\snni.  ^>i-   J'.. 0. Oil Co.  Bobert- Samson.  that we  CooLc Prospcclc i  other wiil L;'i\'e die  .satisfaction, thio w  long" experience.  c  b rated  .^noe,  comfort  j kii  ���������tnc  1 mm ..ing :  ! 'VWA.N,  i'.Of/r.'CN.  noWNK CCI--.20 IIIIUJS  I i ?������������������!���������:>"OW.\   A\(M.I{^.  lol.e���������-'J'e.ini Nil. 1.  *,ii her       ....  it'orn  Mm i N 'i, ia  J ii  <".l.ij- Skene  li  A   Bi'llW II  A MelHineli  V.'ui Lawrence  Special Attention given to  Prospectors Supplies.  Remember   the    Place:  Total  Tioi.iL i -ike- -  ���������Me\ Mc itae  'Vliny    -  PC ailint -  Wm Kchiiiock  ���������  XELiv   -      -  ms  k Steed  p.-vci.-to:  To! nl  :e���������Te.'iui No. 2.  FRONT   STREET,  REVELSTOKE.  \\ .hi-- .ii'insLrong   -  Fred Son>es      -  R J) Johnson    -  !I !Ji'iiy Li-ake        -       -       :  T i.' L TiivIoj-  (did not shool]  'i '  Total        ������       *       ������  11  12  11  n  7  5<j  li  ���������I  0  2  10  m  7  plj  baseball inaLch came the football,'" Lardeau vs Revelstoke, and a large, crowd  assemblpd to see. the'- struggle, fm^ victory between1 our neighbors' to tho  south and the town boys, this being the  third year' of their meeting. Revels) oke  had the best, of the game- from the  start and kept the ball close to their  opponents goal throughout", scoring  one goal in the h'i.st half and'four in  the latter*. W.' Woocihouse scored two  goals, II. Sinythe Lwo and' W. Jehu  one. ,1. Palmer acted as referee, Following is the teams su. they 'lined up;  Revelstoke --W. W., Lynns, goal;  lv. D. Johnson and J. Pervis, full hacks;  W. Sinythe ( captain), J. Lyons, T.  Carey, half backs; \V. Jehu and L.  Jehu, rigjit wing forward; P. Donaldson, centre forward; W Woodhouse  and R Sinythe left wing forward.      ,  Lardeau --.Spencc, Mdge, Brierly,  Harvey. Harris, Alnori-, Mnell, Schmock,  Parisian, Oraig, iMorr i-o'n,  Tlion followed Hie atliletic sports  which Were y\ii) oil' in (|iiick MU'Ceysion,  competition lieing plentiful in nearly  all. lu the mile fool nice special mention is due little Seymour Hillier who  won third place amongst seven starter.--.  Girl.- under 12���������-Nellie Daniel.-", Hilda  llobbs and Nellie Main.  Boy*-, under 12^-lvirl PoUipiece, Joe  Morgan, Geinge Toombs.  Girls under ](S���������XoIIiu Daniels, Nellie  Bain, Flo Watson.  Boys Milder lli���������Karl l'ettipiece,  Frank Guerin, Alex.'McCallmn,  lOOyard dash-.!. R. Taylor, T. K. L.  Taylor'.  Sfunding broad irnnp���������J. P. Sutherland, 9ft.-lin.; K.  D. Johnson, Oft. 2in.  Running long jump��������� -K. D. Jcihnson,  37ft. J iin.; J. McCruu],'lOTt..l'l.}in.  Putting shot���������J. P. Sutherland. 34ft.  7'in.; J. McCruni H2l't. :*in.  Tossing caber-J. P. Sutherland^ 80ft  Siin.; D. Swanuey, IJO ft. nin.  Chinamen's race-- Mike, Sam Lee.  Hop, step and ,juuip--J. McCruni,  35fl*.  lOin.;  0. It. McDonald, 85ft.. TJin.  Xhi'C������;-li';.f}?ecl     rJicd���������^'.     Omuphiijl  In the evening the Opera Hrtiise was--  packed  to witness the, production of  the   five-act , couiedy-dratna -.,entitled "  ."The Deacon,"''   The ,play whs under  the auspices .of  tlie .Revelstoke City  BaucFand the able man'agenieiit^o'f Mr.,  R.   II.   Sawyer,1 to'   whose     untiring,  efforts the success, of the pprfoniiance ,.'  \r.f9"- largely dfie. ^'-It/is-.ackiiowk^gtxl.;'  by .all to .have  been the best ainatemv  entei'tainnien'tevei givenin R-evelstoke.'  '  E Jil. 'AIIiuu as  "The  Deacon':1 was"  'quite at home, in  his'role-of ':an old-  cou'nti-y gentleman, vei-y.-inuch in love  with   Miss   Amelia   Fawcett, ,-'an   old'  maid; who was cleverly persomiAecLby  Miss   A.   Edgar.     R.   Hi   Sawyer- as  "Pete" the colored hoy pl,-iyed'.un important part .in  the drama "and Jiad a   ,  large contract on his bauds  vkeepin'  up the'spectahility ob our family," and  at the same time, kept the.audience im,  roars of  laughter with the' tricks' be.  played on Billy the Deacon's hoy, Miss_,  Amelia and the, Deacon.- Tlie villain:,  of   the   play, J.  R. Tweeddale���������Matt  Wheeler���������also played   an    important  piti t in ii very realistic manner.     Miss  Pott'ipioee  as Mrs. Thornton, ili������s B.  Sawyer as  Helen, her daughter;  Miss   ;  II.   Dunn  as Daisy,   Mrs. Thornton'*-   l  servant; Miss  M.  Corley as Mrs. Dar-  rtih and Miss IJ.  Davis as Nellie, her  child,   were  all   very  good   in   their  respective    parts. ,E.    Ed wards    as  Pell ro, an organ grinder,'did not have  much to ?ay hut It. would have been  iiiflicult (o have found n more, natural  " Dago,'' as- ho played the part to per*  feci ton and his make-up was splendjd.  George Kuapp'as George Gr-acir, Mr--.  Thornton's  nephew; Jem  Graham a*  Billy,   the   D'-nt-on's   lioy   and   Ii.   S.  Wilson  as   Parson   Hrnwnlow were all  eipially good.  Probably the liue.-.t pieeij of acting of  the whole evening wan that of  Miss Coilcy as Mrs. Darr.-ih iu the  first ���������Jeeiie of Act. HI, wi'ien she fainted '  away after being deserted mi the  streets by her husband. - The graveyard scene is alsu deserving of special  mention and was considered by many  to be the host scene of all..  Much more might be said about the  entertainment and while, in some respects there was room for improvement, nevertheless for an ',amateur  production it was hard to bilat, and  those who assisted in the play ait1 lo  be congratulated on the'succl'Ss of the  same, which ��������� was no mure', than it  ought to have been considering the ���������  manner in which each of the actors  worked in order to attain" this end.  The audience was kept in good humor  between th** acts by the musical pro-'  duction* of an orchestra under tho  leadership of Mr. W. Sawyc r.  At, the close of the performance a  dance was held which was well patronized and formed a suitable" wind-up to  Lhn day's icU'braLiuua. THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Zbe IRootena^ flDaf I  PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY.  r        ���������AT��������� '        '  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������BY���������  B. R. CAMPBELL,  "PUBUSHBK AND PllOPBIETOIt.  Subscription   Price,'  $2.00   Per   Annum  b  ADVERTISING-   KATES   quot  ���������    cation. , ���������  ���������  ou   appli-  JOB PRINTING of every kind at most reason  able rates and shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job printing or, advertising  payable on the iirst of every month.  CORRESPONDENCE on all matters of local  or public interest invited and carefully considered. All communications to the Editor  must be accompanied by the namo of the  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  -  as an evidence of good faith.  Address ������  -, Tri]-: Kootenay Mail,  ' '    '    ' Revelstoke, B.C."  SATURDAY. MAY 28. 1900.  God Savk the Qukbn ! This was  the anthem of our race Thursday that  swelled to heaven from 'freemen's  throats wherever the flag is raised.  The polar circles heard it on the very  axis of the earth and the sound passed  on over the tropics to the equator till  it circled ,the globe itself: It rang  from continent to continent" caught up  by the islands of ehe sea; aye, hy the  high seas-themselves crowded with our.  ''   ocean-borne commerce.    Loud as   was  '; the song raised in the mother-land  for  r. the venerable and gracious sovereign  which' it-honors, it lost no volume or  feeling as it sped westward across   the  u travelled Atlantic and ^through oar  own grand,' northern Dominion from  shore to shore.    No break occurred as  it sped across the wide. Pacific and  no  i ,     r  inhospitable oi-alien land   received  it  in federated Australia, New Zealand,  I, Tasmania, or in our  outposts  on   the  fringe ef Asia.    It travelled our high-  - way as it flew to' panting India and  Ceylon's Isle, and on its onward course  V    it brought fresh courage- to   our  arras  at'both ends of Africa.    It  filled   the  ' { i  Gulf of Persen; and the Mediterranean  1 in the heart of envious Europe sang it,  back from grim old Gib to the cradle  of its creation ,and every- man who  sang felt a' thrill.' As the current  swept through that binds us man ' to  man and people to people and united  .us all whether iu   Britain or  Greater  \. i ,  "'Britain in one grand chorus of song  ' we recognized in its spohtanety that  we were-really singing the anthem of  the free; that the cause of our Queen  \vas ever the cause of freedom and  justice, and i\uit in such strength we  should conquer arid our breed inherit  the earth. Bub there is also another  meaning to the Briton's song. We are  not alone proclaiming through our  Queen oiir imperial freedom of government  "broad   based   upon   a  people's  - will," but we are paying our homage  to'pure womanhood and honoring her  for her.own personal worth. The first  lady in tiie hind, she is -ilso- the most,  womanly of women, and for her own  sweet sake millions of men stand ready  to obey her call as  devotedly  as  ever  . they could do for her a Queen, , ,Sbc  has endeared herself to the hearts of  her people for a life of devotion to  state, duty and womanly sympathy  and, though there, is in view of her  advanced .age a touch of patho-s in the  line "Long Live Our Gracious Queen,"  it will be with heart .ind voice that  we shall continue to sing���������'Long to  .������������������ei������ii over us ---(iod Have the Quefcn .'  Steady Advance  Towards Pretoria.  (Special to the M.uu)  London, May 25���������Another advance  has been made along the railroad  towards Pretoria, bringing Lord Roberts' troops to Vredefort road a few  'miles north of Pretoria where they  arrived at noon on Thursday. In the  meanwhile General Methu������*n is progressing along the southern bank of  the Vaal river with the object possibly  U ' , ,    'I  of^making a dash at Klerkstoorp where  he arrives at the railway terminus.'  ft  General  Sutton's column   is  in the  neighborhood of1 Vr*i*di*t.ort, 15   miles  west of the railroad, from \vl e ice the  i &  ���������threatening   features,   whether Lord  ll ri  Roberts Vvill encounter serious opposition at the south Vaal or Mint, are  visible; but the next important engagement will be fought just south'of  Johannesburg, and possibly" one ' at  Laing's Neck will prove the last pilch  battle.   ,  London, Mar- SS.-j-The government  hive announced that , 11.U00 inoie  troops will be sent to South Africa. ,''  Golonel Baden-Powell . has refused  to go to England but' will'see the war  through. Supplies are now reaching  Mafeking ��������� regularly.' . The railway  .has been A repaired to within' about  four miles of the town.,  An official report, says that part of  the loss to General Bethune's troops at'  Viyherd was due to Captain Gaff who  was killed, the Boeis' evacuating all  their positions south of the Vaal rivi-r  and lire, massing beyond it."-  No  news is allowed  to come out of  i . . .  the Transvaal; <  #.        Kootenay Lodg-e  *07* No. 15 A.F. &'A.M.  *(^*    * * Tlie regular meeting-  are hold in lhe Masonic Temple. Bourne  =.TIall, on the third  M ondiiy in each  moil ih at 8 i). ni.  Visiting brethren  cordially welcomed.  II.  ,T.' PRATT 'SECI4KT.MSY.  REVELSTOKE LODCE, I. O. O. F.. No. 25.  --SiV's ,      Regular meetings arc held'  te.������5������&3|x-5   i������ Oddfellows' H.xll evcr\  -'T&t������&������^tiPk> Thursday night, at eigh*i  $������g������?5SX3������������5$o'ol<iuk.   Visiting .brothers  -s-^lc-^JUj^-   cordially welcomed.  T.J.GRAIIAM, N.G.   K. A. KKTTLESON.Sm  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  ^_--^r=-~^w Meets every TupsiIji  ^���������wS      liftT^S-^   ''veiling in Oddfelloi-*  W)       jy;^yUall     at,    s    o'clock  TTARGE AND  JL SAMPLE  "^^������hot air ar  WELL LIGHTED  ROOMS. Heated by  ' hot air and, electric bells and  light in crcry room. Free bus meets all"  trains.  REASONABLE BATES.  Night Grill Room in connection for the  convenience of gue.its Arriving and departing by night trains. Hourly street  car between hotel and station.       '  LJPKS PROPRIETOR :. ? v REVELSTOKE, B. C.  THE CENTRAL HOTE  .���������'i-i  ir;.*;''rr--;-v<:ivw;tfc"v������a^u!  <-" "i\ Visiting brethren ooi  di.-illy  invited  to al  eii'l. (  B. IIANBURY, N. G. W. MA/miK, Si-.c  jfrSs-���������-������������������������������������ "C^Vv  * ��������� >..& *.'.Jr.:' a wt,n  CGUStT r.'iT. JSJEGBH  I. O. P, Ko. SiCl.  Meets in lhe Oddfellow-  Hall on the .second nn.i  fotii'fh Mon'duys of each  month.    Visiting bi-etli-,  ven   invited   to  attend.  K. D.J'-C. JOHNSON,  C. Jt.  C. \V. Mi TCI I ELI,  Jt. fc>.   J'   ���������  ABRAHAMSON BROS.  PROP'S.  Newly built.       First-clas.������������  'in  every   respect.      All  modern conveniences.  Large, sample rooms.    Fire  proof   safe.      Fiee 'bus'  meets ail trains'.   '  Under.same management':'  QUEEN'S HOTEL, I  TROUT LAKE CITY  By-election in.Nanaimo'.  , i  ���������   ^ ���������     ��������� ' ��������� ;  0 tta'wa, 1\1 ay 21.���������The speaker Hori-  Thoinas Bain, has received' "W.-W. B.  Mclnnes'-,resignation as 'member of the  Dominion parliament for Nanainio.and  has issued his warrant for a writ of  election.       .  Gold Range Lodge,  '     K. of P., No. 26,  jEtcvelstokc, B.C.  Meets every Wednesday in Odd Fellows'  Hall ut 8 o'clock.  Visiting JCniglits invited.    ''    '  J. "W. 'CROSS. M.D.,  1 C (J  ���������\v. "win son,'  '  ���������     ������������������K. oi-'R. &S.  Free Homesteads.  . Amid the  general  interest  that  is  centered , on  the  provincial   elections  .campaign, the doings in the   more  extended field of  dominion  politics  are  liable to be overlooked. ��������� In   this  connection a recent decision of the dominion government is   worthy  of   having  attention     specially     drawn     to ��������� it.  Settlers within the railway belt will be  pleased to learn that   the -government  at Ottawa have decided to  grant  free  homesteads on Dominion lands in  this  province.    This will be a great boon  to settlersand will undoubtedly- assist  in promoting settlement in those parts  affected bv this most desirable   resula-  tion.    To   Mr. Hewitt  Bostock   and  Mr. Aulay Morrison is due the  credit  of having   obtained   this   concession,  which is thoroughly in   line with   the  general policy of the   liberal   administration.���������Inland Sentinel.,  ANALYTICAL CJMSMJST ANJJ  ASSAYIiK.  Royal School of Mines, London.  ��������� Seven years nl Morf'i. Works-,, Swansea.    ���������  Seventeen  years  Chief  Chemist  to Wigan  Coal and Iron Co.. Kng.  I-iiite Chemist and Ast-ayer, Hall Mines, Ltd. ^  Every description  oil  assay  and  analytical  work undertaken.        - ������������������>    ,' -,  'Claims examined and rejiortod upon.   -  REVELSTOIvK, 11. U. ��������� 1  ���������TTARVEY & McQARTEll    .  ,, >   BAlU-tlSTKKS, SOLICITORS, JLTC.  OKI'-ICUS :     JI OLSON'S    JL\XK-    Hl.OUIv,     RliVKL-  "      ' , STOKM, M. C.  o oMoncy to lo.-t.it, - '  Ollices: HevclMtoko, D. G.j Ko.-L.-Rlct-lu. I). C.  Geo. S. McO.w.-tki*. ,I.A. II.vhvkv.  Revelhloke, IJ. C. J.'ort Steele, IJ. C.  /^j"  ^^,'ms. .������������.'.*������     ' ���������_Newly_Built.  $1   PER  PAY'  .mum, -Lighted by Electricity    ���������        /   ' Throughout. '     -  ', ' ��������� '''���������;��������� . ***  THE CITY HOTEL  Best Brands of  Wines, Liquors and  Cigars.  R GALEY, PROP'R.  ' '  .> ���������       , ��������� * "  6^6-O-O-CK)HpH5^><K)-0������6-O<K>^^  J.  W. CllOSS, U. D.  SURG-JSON TO Tilt': C. P. R., CITY 1112ALTH  OVPICKH.  Oflice: Taylor Block, Mackenzie Avenue. ''  J. Av Stoxe, Proprietor.  Rates, $ r' per day   Boillc   Exploded.  A peculiar horfc of an accident occur-  ed on Saturday on hoard the (J. P.   II.  train from the east. '   When the   trrv'n  was near Revelstoke one of   the   news  figwuts naiired B. II. Moodcy  went   to  op������u a bottle of nuda. water when it exploded, scattering frayeneuts of glass iu  eicry direction and badly cutting hint  about the face.    Upon the   arrival   of  the train at Vancouver he   was   taken  to his room and his wounds dressed by  ������t doctor.     lie is unable as yet   to   re-  -"Jme his duties.   -Province.  A. ��������� Johnson returned Thursday  morning fronr Vancouver. Leaving  here after taking a part in colebratiug  the relief of Mnfektug he reached the  con������t in time to see the Vancouver  celebration.'  The Trout hnUs visitor* in Ilevcl-'  stoke fur the Queen'tj birthday were;  A. P. Morrison, ' W, 8pencc, J.  Parisian, JI. J. Briefly, J. Knell, Win.  Haty, Nathan E. Lay, J\ Mummery,  F. C. Blliotf, Harry Craven and "Wm.  >Schmor>k,  At, a congrcgationaJ ;;)oeting of th^  Prcslivteriiin Church on WecJntedav  evening niht a committee was appointed to caning for sul^crifiUnns fur iho  purpo.-o 'if building a m.iribc. The i  meeting w,-i,s ^.ko unauimitus in favor  of extending a call to the He v. Mr.  Calder, who has been conducting tho  services iu tho "jhurch for the past few  weeks.  G-olcL   Silver, Lead,  and  . Oopper Ores  W. PBLLBW HABVET,  '       . ',       F. G. S., Ele.  A.-Miy Ollices and ^lululliirgii-al Works,  \'ANi:ouvj<:n, iu:,    . -  Sainiiling "Works, 7i"-7J'J PetideL- Strecl.  Is pi-cpared to' p: in ha so   the, above    classes  of ores for'tii*. iollowing   English  houses  whom ho i-er-.escnts. viz.:  Vivian & Seas, Swansea, Elliotts. Metal Co.  Ltd., J-Krryport,' South   Wales,  Smelters,  Rofin i's,,Desilvei'izers', ?Maniifactui*ei*s.  Checking   ameltor   pulps   a   specialty  Electric lighted, furnace heated ':     ,     '  Newly built and furnished.. .'."  Finest and  best supplied  bar,  .. ...in the city .'.. 7777777777  "  l , 0 V l      ������  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C.  ip  - . . t������3::e . . :.  Araan's.  ' " (Limited Liability.)    "'    ���������    ,    ,  Manufacturers and Dealers In all Kinds of  is again' running.  Iced 'Drinks Always On  Hand,  Lniinn, Slrmt'licrrif, Cli"rri/, I'liii-a/iptc,  Ydn'7hi <(' Omar/I- Flui-urlni/.  REVELSTOKE  o  S  rou  Also shingles, mouldings, base boards,  , casings, finishing lumber, extra wide  clear pine and cedar, Long dirtied  sion timber cut to order. A large  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-  ablc experience In eastern Canada'  which enables him to cater for what  the builder.requires. You will always  find him ready for business.  Prices Right.     Terms Strictly Cash.     Leave Your Order.  pi  Ed. E. Richards, of Arrowhead, was  in town this week.  TRUST-THRUSTS.  The luej^f -&ss.> rill malte th# cotv  B-acnor plunk d<we.���������Chicago New������i.  It the b<ec,i tmm a trust, they will pro*J  ably try  to comcril  tL������, ������gg plant.���������JoL  change.  Some of th������ recently -or^anixed tviist������  will turn ������ut to be named Mtlf������/r before  the next seaion is QVBT.���������Alltnta, <^omti-  totion.  y/ork  CIV US ATRIAL  H00-AN, Prop.  Phono   43.  B, lapping, Agent, Ilevelstoke,  4- '  Furniture and Undertaking,  . j Repairing & Upholstering Done  \V-iipliniiw������ in connection for stornffe of fumlly nnd ofhpr fiirnltnw,  trunks, Kc-., at monthly, or other mlw, Agents for Knyibuml Hywl  ing AlachiiiL'. l ,   .. ,  BEVBLSTOEB ST^LTXOIiT,B.p m
HE KOOTENAY MAIL
THE TEA  TESTER.
He I
��:in  iiiinc:
led  'l':i.stij:c'  nnd  J ott
Ukv.s Si��Jit nu-i  SjisjcII.
'The iirr of tea leu
m.:
in commercial
THE SPELL
OF A  HYPNOTIST.    '    \  *hhk'hh hH~4��k* ��"������*�����'�� hh^'hhb Ti^-h^TLXTUVU
KJs�� 'liiilceiicc  Over
a oiirr.
\i omrjii
"W'llO   Ijt}7tlii<;&   IZi-l    Vr
Tn a larce A
nie
houses, which Liii*'iH"*lj- 'pioved dotrimrn-
tfil to the health oC so many men, hasrof
late 5ears been 1 educed to such accuracy
that tho tosti-
���art of it Ijiijs been prac
tically olmiinalpd' in all but the name,
anil tea is now tested by si^'lit and smell,"
remarked a loading tea iniportor'ieceiitly.
���'Boilin- water is first poured on an accurately measmed quantity ol'. tlie leaves.
In a, few minutes the liquid fallows a tint
of green or brown,' and-the length oi this
- lime and the shade of the color p-roduced
are iniportaiit elements in the'test. The
tester then, with 'the aid of a .spoon, in-
, hales the rising steam from the mixture.
This is called -fieffin:r the aroma' and is
the most iinpoi'aia part of the'test. He
may peilmps in some eases actually taste
llio lirjuid. but this is'no lunger'generally
doiH'-    Color,   aroma
in city s ii:i" &.
fiom Uoston a joiiny man of S7.< Mr. L..
who has exti-uoidiuary lij-yuot'e p.-.'.re:-,
recently lunched and iiiadi* some -,:-;;, in
the company of t,\vo iudies.lo?:e (,�� -.-.V-m,
Mrs. S., lie had met for the tii -t lime]
and the oilier, v,-ho m.i.v be called .\Ji-s
Phebo, knew him well, but had ia-.i.-tod
that he had no power to h
��*   - /   ".������
>;'.,
'.'..'���'i    1      -"    -.-     ir    �����.-     -t-    *-    i.    -.-' ...    ...
->   -;.   -���>.   j>
n'~c
fc�� Si-Si'^r^-fer^ &&���&&*�����&���&&$�����#&&���&��,
.4". S?   *S
���f-   t-   t
v%^^^vm^^^H^ *M-w#f-f ����� K iWWmff'i
�����?���
L-
5-
*3*
**-
***
After the luncheon and anoihc
three people wont to (he hoir-o
Mr:
pnoii.-e her.
vi--.ii ike
at which
i. b. was living, whore neither Mr. I
ind the 'liciuoriiiK
*liialiik,h','iii the l<\-il"aro sriGicieiit prroumls
", to j ml ire by,. 'J'he old,'time tea tester was
a'-liij;li salaried expert, -who frciiueutly
ii'iuled his' career with heart disease or
tits, the result of slow poisoning from the
i|iiantiti<'.s of adulterated teas he tested;
,but now as a ride every lea importer
tests hisrtoas by the recent and approved
method. ".   ' , ' "
' "'Only the'larirastitea'importing houses
at   present' employ   tea   testers   of   their
own., The smaller houses ha ve* their ten
tested  by a  lea bioker. whose sole bnsi-
'' uoss is in testing ami, fixiiig a price" upon
the delicate and finely flavored  beverage"
of China and'.Japan.   The prices of the
diiTcient grades of  teas  range 'lroui ,2.">
cents to S3 cents per pound, and the tost-
,er is  expected, to,fix  the'exact  value of
r  the   tea, -even   lo  the   half  and   quarter
cent.   It can thus, be seen how very finely
- his sense of smell must bo cultivated."
"The testing of the teas is usually done
hi the morning, the tester preferring i lie
hours' befo-e noon  to ihosso. later in'the
dayi-tTca testing us a remunerative business   to,.,those-who  get  chough   to.alo  to
keep ��� them^   busy.     'J'he,   big    importing
"houses who employ testers' of their own
pay them all the way from %lo to tfloU
.per week1, and the'biokois wilh an established reputation in the trade earn much
...hy-ger incomes lroui their work."���-Washington Star. ' \,V
uor Miss I'hebc had been before and with
tho mniate�� of whicn they were not acquainted:
They went at once to the parlor.    y,lU*
Plicho hero sir id'that she was v."iiiin.<: that
Mr. Ij. should ,i;-y his 1
on her.
--���*-'���?
*!->
Just receivedla large .assortment" of
but  1:
h
lypnot'c j)o*,
'f-ul
;ld
not
her.   What happened then is told l,j> M
up-
n ce
S. iu a Iiitler a.--, iv.ll.j
w.s:
"In ten mimiles he had
Iiijf her f.i<4 to
uougli
"Should  ,^u  CI<1  Cit>i-s;'yus::ii   K��  Stioi?
','1,-in   .Vlaclaren/ii>   The' Ladies'   Flonie
.Journal,'" declares that-.Vlhe'1, ditliculty" of
disposing, of ^thojloid- minister   hlis   been
felt soi-acutely1 cunt a distinguished divine
of our. day���who is  now dead���proposed
, that a niiuister who  \yas- past chis piiine
"should  be taken out  ti  presume to some
sheltered   spot) -and   shot.    Certainly- be
, expressed "the  miiijl   of, some ungrateful
and miserable congregation  which   would
be inimensoh- relieved"to''get,,rid of niVohi
- sei-yantj in   the   quickest-  and   cheapest.
fashion.1   I'ei nap<-. aUa  it,.woii!d  be the*
"kimlesst thing to the -.niiiisler when he dis-
"covers',liimsell", tb.be im incnnibr-iir.e on
"those whom'/hc'loves and who' once" loved
, him to give him by some.means llie coup
de grace, but there art'objoctioiih on the
part of an inlcrie'ring'law to tins suinnni-
ry   method   of   disposal, .and   one   must
nbaiidoii- the   idea   of   au   ecclesiastical
knacker's yard."
sleep.' Then   he told  her to go  tl
the  house���in   spirit���and. tell  h:m   w.'.al
.she' saw in the rooms.   y:,e said.' f.*-.-\ ���]-,
the front room, we^l, is an old lady, Jvu*,g
Jiigh   on   pillows,   with   somciJ.>,-'���*   \c:v
funny   on   her'head.'    She  lurrh-.w!   anil
'said, 'Wliy, 1   believe it is a, mghtcr-p.',"
(In this room ]\Irs. D..'an bhl lady born in
England,,' who  always sleeps in  a  niirht-
cap4!incl proppedjup'on pillows", was really asleep. 'Neither Mr. L. nor Miss IMiebo
knew anything about her m- her habits.l
'"Thcri's-Jie fold cor-rectly ivho'was in each
room until'she came to Tom's'room, and
then said,  "Ilero is some one, in  a little
room on a cot, but'I cannot see whether
it is'a man or ,a woman, for its'head is
uuder ihe covers.'    Mr. 'L., said.   'Lock-
right through the covers and tell me who
it is.'   She remained, silent .awhile,  and'
then said.''It is,a   boy about 3o, years
old.' "   (This, too,���was quite right.   Neither  Mr.' L.   nor  Miss-Phelie   had  unv
knowledge of the existence of either the,
room or the boy who was sleeping in it.)
"Well, .after that he,told J. and 'be to
ask Phebe questions, "and that she could
not hear or 'answer them.   We did, and
she did  not hear.   Then <he said to her,
'Now, Mrs. S. will ask yoirquestions, and
you can hear and .answer them, .but you
cannot hear and answer John.'  So ,1 'asked her several things, and she ^answered,
but when John spoke she did'not reply.
By that time I was awfully excited and
nervous,  and said,   'Oh, -1 cannot stand
this; 1 am too nervous and shall have'to
leave the room!'  ,IIe turned to me anfr
- said.'.'You are uot at all nervous, and von
will sit down here!'  ,To save my life I
could, not have helped sitting down just'
, where he told me to, and 'in a moment
I was as quiet and as free from-" nervousness as though 1 Had just waked from a
most refreshing sleep.   In a'few moments
ho wakei^ Phebe., and she was all right,
but did not remember anything she had
done or said."-rBoston Transcript. ���   '    v
Samples in
itifiil Designs
4s$7
'���\-Ps,
,-^
/rf-^r.
d
-r, f.*^
,        C-        U "
- (. ���>- ,
77,7
? !\- ~'r
^ M * ii..
" '?*r
,.   (ir
���**,* y "
?$.y<
^*T '���*. lit-,,
^4**.\  xx  ���
��� \? ~&r"
'MT
���%*'**"'
r ,      7
e'.,? e'' V-**
t   C- .''
"^51? ."AVii^,
��� -,�����>  ���"
^"5'f>J.^
*$7i>i7t
4y^u-^ ���
-Ti^p^
J
O
'^
rj;*.:.iaj
^V -1-
������h's'X
*'���!?: f^i
f .'���.*:  J
<*$  ���
t ��� -
ir
4��$
'$*%?
���ir?
"<?* .*\- V*'
6'-^i'"
v$r
%*V'
.  Stn<i>;:i^ lintiu.
It is to be expected that, though Latin
without  Greek   will  prove adc.itiati-  for
, the wants of the niajmity ol" the scholars,
.it  will  not prove so satisfying  to  those
who .want the  best'Latin, sajrs-Andie"-
..F. West in The,Atlantic    When a class
of   begin iters   iu   La'liu   is  diflerVutialcil
after n yiMi'/il'-aimly togeti'.er', who is it
that  aihl  Greek  to "their   Laii-iV     It'is
usually the liner students, those who will
..naturally want the ,best lauiu.    And so
'Greek suits^tht'in, not o'u'ly because of its
attractive   excellence,   hut"   because   the
��� longer they study, it "the more they come
���to realize how much it does to illuminate
their Latin.   The two are ono study after
all, aud the one.is Greek. 'The inilueuce
of the swift recent advance in Latin,is
therefore sure to quicken thex'slower pace
of Greek. , -   -
' LbokiPor the Ilest.
"1 remember  bearing  Mr.. Chase,  the
artist, speaking to ji; class at'one time,"
says a bright woman, "and telling them
in icoming to-au  art gallery  they  must
look for the. best of the work there, not
for the bmrpoints.   It seemed to nie that
that'was such an iniportaiit lesson that I
have always remembered.it.    This is na
ngc'ot: criticism, and (he critical spirit is
60 easily acquired, it is'such an'insidious
evil,   that   it   creep-,   in   before  yoii   are
aware ot il, and you (ind it in yourself
when you discover that you  never thoroughly  enjoy  anything  becau.-e you  see
not the good but all iho bad points, and
these have such a inast'ery ot you  that
you cannot get the good if yuu would."���
2\"ew York Times.
i?7��kT
.�����j-.#-����*
-    ^P^7
,-��-^ .i- .-5���
John Burroughs, the.author and critic, I ~ji\:\^
M"as in his early boyhood, a schoolmate i ^'-c' ?r
of Jay.Gould.     A , '   ( ^-?^-^
Ilarry Farjeon, the young ''comDo^er ! ���^li.^'ir'
of London, is a son of 3. I.. Farje -i, the I 7%7^^
novelist, and a grandson of Joseph Jef- , 7'^i''^-
ferson. t ' ^P .ji %
.Mk-   Augustine   V.irrell   ha-s   a   ".istpr ' ??Lf"",*-��
f/��.
, ' ' ' W        i
representative will - call, on
>���   '; this' -week tot --orders." *' '.V'".
you
nr^ti
At,9 -'���
M
, ^���>.**��
- .^|4
. 1W-
*��'* ^:-
���'f|^
,��?* y tip.
���V itT',
'With- th.ee .muio novels���������(',���:! .
|'\*eM*re" and "Justice." The !.������*.i !i..r;e(|
is, ho says, to be a Utcpian lomance, a
lyrical iipnthci^is of hiinu'ini'y m it:, 0u-
wanl l-aaich unvanl goodness and beauty. After that is lini-.hed. he writes,
"I shall rest. I am dreauiir
in the Balearic isles."
'i'he Cifilci-n.
Cistern waier often bei-onics black
from the soot, smoke, etc.. that settle on
the roof from which rhe rain runs into
the cistern. The sediment may bo precipitated by use of the following mixture:
To oO bairels of water allow, four ounces
each of powdered borax 'and powdered
������'alum. Mix and strew ou top of the water. , '
'     RECENT INVENTIONS.
���  t
An Italjan has paten led'a device for
the prevention'of seasickness, comprising a belt to be strapped around the
waist with a triangular pad atlached to
the inner face, to prevent undue1 motion
of the internal organs when the ship
rolls.
. By the use of a new key old rr.Jlroail
"spikes can be used in old spike holes, lhe
key being formed of a trip of spring stcd
crimped along a portion of its lenglli.
to prc^-s .alternately "on the splice and1
the side of the hole, thus binding thu
spike,in place. (
Small change is easily carried in a
new coin holder, whidi N- foi'i'ieil' of p,
piece of metal bent into U -i.ape. w'iih
slots- cut aiuiig the sides to lit the ilin'er-
ent si:'.es of coin, a spi ii;g v, ne being
placed across the opening to prevent
the coins from falling out.
.'���li'Jj ;-J' (UiSit.
imismoo'c ..-fi-poat*
��� "Kavjgstioa Company
Limltcr1..
��� Amenea s
Tpaas-Continental Route.
, Quick Time!
Service I .
Tourist
Operating Kaslo & Rloc.-iu Ihi i I way.
IntcTiia-tionnl Na\ igation & 'J'radiii.g
Company. _ s     ,'
OOSAN STEAMSHIPS
, Royal flLUi EJoea.
Choapoat Route to tie OW Country.
ALLAN* LIXE-From Portland
X'.irnicliiiii        ��� .'    -.      .    - .      -\t.A, oo
"" It
1/,-uirentian
'ruiiir-iiiii -
.Xiiinicliiiu
Doininion
Cambronian
Good **'
am
8PS
���' j < - "* n r,i
^;'",,-;fc-S|.,
m
Schedule of Time���Pacific Standard Time
Elfcctive Feb. 1st, 1900.
"     ""      ' '
i,, Kaslo & Slocan- Sail way ���   .
Piisbengcr train for Sanrloii and way stations
loaves Kaslo at i'. nan.;  daily, lcturning, leaves'  An:\vn
Sanclofi at, 1.13 p.m., arriving ni, Knulo 3.33 p.m.    Lake Superior
UciiMINlON- LINK-From Portland.
'21
2S
From'Montreal.
Apl 13
..   .-
06880*
i
ANIMAL LIFE.
:ji*.,i\
���- i--rc(l Thi'iiir;.;!!   and Bag^a^u
iJheiked to I)v;,lin,-il inn.
Jj?Aly Trains
i^VKL.STOICK -M'est
���i leave I7.:i0
lie   Came.
An ol-i niai], "iicnt and decrepit \yith his
purs, knocked at the door of a mansion
Whose iyicd walls attested its antiipiity.
''Did  you  call   a  isK-ss<*iigor "boy V"  he
^.flskod  whop  the door was opened.���De-
'. troil Journal.
According to the best authorities- (here
has never been a race of r.n-n who weie
ignorant of the use of lire.
'.-*;--M.'lAO-.'l',*' -< *      ������  ���������	
Quoits was first played by the Greeks
Ht Iko Olympian ��i)mi<b 4XJ years befovj
Frogs anil toads are gifted with a remarkably acute sense of hearing.
The giraffe was thought to Ik. n'-nr extinction, but Miijc-r Maxse. a Hritish ex-
ploicr, has found great herds nt thoin
along the Sobat river, a tributary of the
White Nile.
The camel, inured to hardships and privations, does double the work c-i a pair
(3f horses, js traceable and can be kept'in
jjood condition' ou a comparatively small
amount of inferior fodder.
'.:o ii
J'iJ  1X1) ritOM ICOOTi'.NAV   l-diXVS.
gInternational JTair?sp/?on nat) Tradin*
. Ccin1;��.in.y i
Dpeintlligoi: IContoiifiy J.ako.iiul llhri-.
M.S. I.\'i'i.;ii:,,\-rio:.*.>i, li-ai-e-. ITiislo for .\cImhi
Ml li it.in. daily except .-iiiiul.*!,. : reliiriiinjf, leave,;
Nel-iiiii nt, I.Uii p.m.. c.iliing at. hallour, I ilot
Mny. Aiiinivorih, end all way points '.'omiKuts
wilh S. I'. Sc ':<. train lo unci from Spokiiuu. nl
Five Mile Point.
o   ,
L.T.r<lo-jDunca:a Division
S   AMKIt   ALHKI��T.\.
Sluiiiiiei'Altierlii leave-. Kn-.!o for Lunlo anil
Vancouver ^p] 03
BEAVER LINL'-From'St. John. '
��� "   ���      ���      ���      Meh '2i
IJike Oiitui-ib" - , ." , .' .' ".' 'V.'1 {,
Montrnvj - ��� . . ' . . . M K
I-��' K(.��� Huron      ���"-...-���. .,   ,,j
,!^wi'^'iNtii:kci....l ilirouKh l'o all tMr!*< of
itiuiil Jlrit'iiii ami Irelanil.Hiiil or, euaeiiillv low
rates to all juu-ts ���f the Km-opcan eonthiein.
Apply to nearest mil way or stt'iuii'-liip ii-jenl or
T. W. BRADSHAW. Agent. Revelstoke.
. , ,. s;iuiiini;r .\i,)ci lii iea\'<;-, iv,i-,:o i.
iimo lO.lo I ArgeiitaiU S:oll p.m. \V��liie,,].i\s.
I   IT=-
C��
uaaadian   Paeifle
Steamship Co/s
PLANT LIFE.
STEAMSI15
I      ;}70SST,AXD anil KOOTENAY
I l.'j.v. o A.-ujwhiail dnily for all points in Koot-
t       <.'.i.i:,, uiakiiig conneotion       Xiiku->k for el'
I       p-.inf. en Xakusp &  tjlocan   rniUvay i.iul
L-.'.vin Like. ^ ,'
n��� -1      ,  j     ~ C. ise c.v.nic.'l'on nt lloh-011   fur  Xcl-on Knolc
Overheated  rooms  are more injurious' |       ,,.-,-- ,^u n���a ivnov points.   Trail. Hov.,-
1 :������:. 1 mid all point-, in l:oui.diiry Coltiilry. ��
j To.'ie"! iira.i-ir.vtion, ticketi., miip", etc., cull
1        o.i or H'Hi'o-,
! T. W. BnADSMAW
Agent, Revelstoke.
O ��� 10
W. !���' A>T)KJtSOX. K. J. COYLK..
i       'Ti <\. Pa.-,.-.. Ai;ent. A. G. P. Agent.
to plants than a temperature lower than
is usually advised for them.
Use warm water instead of cold for
watering the tropical plants, such as
palms,  uihher plants, orange tree*:, etc.
One of the most valuable timber trees
in the great northwest, the red cedar
grows to a maximum, height 0f aou'feW
sud a cjjiimptor oi, ii fetit.
Kelfon. B.C,
Vrjiuou ver, )J,f,
.     ,*-JU',iniei's ciiII ,il   principal   landings   in   Imlh
(liriy-linn-., am] ai oilier iioiiit-- wli.-n sigiuilli'rl.
TioKulh m>1i] to all  points  in  ('aiiiida ami I lu;
' United Slides.
To  iiMX-rlaiii   laics   ami    full    infiirmalion.
uililros
HOHKIIT II!VINO,
8 tf Jlanager. Iviislo, IJ. C.
Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. L'd
ALASKA   KO'UTK,
.Steilinerx for Wir.ng^. .Juriroii mill Sk,ifi;v,*r,y
,       h'llVe  Victiil >.".
Every V/eiuesday &t S p. n.
anil Vancouver
Every Thursday .it 2 j>. m.
Hi earner'- for Xort hern  British Columbia ports
leave Victoria mid Vancouver weekly.
1 intes etc., on application to
C. S. P-AXTEJ"!.-
(JoiiLifil I'ru^fiigcr J?Vgont.
Victoria, If, C-
TIl^CE     TABLE
S. S. " Lardeau."
(.���oiiiniuiidiig May Isl, I'lm). -Jttamer ��ill rim
as follow*-, w-uiitliur iierniitting:
Lca\ ing Arrowhciid twice daily for ComuplK
and I lioiiisiiii s Landing ;..t Ink. and i;,k.
Ii.��,i\ iiii- Thoi.imju'o f,:uirling for Arrowhead
I w ice daily, at 7:.'HI and i:;k.. in.tkintr clor-c connections Willi nil C. J\ It. trains and steamer;-.
The owners re-ervo the riglilto change tinits
ot sailings without notice.
=- F
noni.vso.v.
Muiiu:
;er.
BAUEB & ASHCBOFT,
Dominion and Provineial
Land Surveyors,
MINING ENGZNEEES.
Surveyors of Mine-, Mineral Clainif and frown
hainh-;
VAKL'OUVKK,   B. C,
���r���j-v
���! ; THE KOOTENAY MAIL
US1C
9    ,
i(-
I
9.
</-
1
s
.'(������
1
--if
of
I
If you are thinking _
' learning to play a vio, 4
lin, banjo, guitar, auto- j.
harp, or any musical -|
' instrument, call and see J,
our most complete stock ^
Instruction   books  for all '
��� instruments'    kept     on
hand.
9.
iv
I
'J?
9.
fv
A   large   ; assortment
��� oshe'et music,  folios, etc.
Will .order at
registered il
stock. >
9
��� i
9.
the price #
not   in '���
I CanadaBpug&BookCo I
9'
9
Revelstoke Station.
^'���fe^'^fc'^-fc'^*^*^
9
LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS
W.   JBcws
U olden,
returned  Tuesday   from
Harry Morris came down ftoai
Bend Tuesday evening. ,
Biff
T. Le'amy, timber inspector,
Revelstoke on Thursday.
was  in
Geo. T., Newman   was
Revelstoke on Thursday,
a  visitor   to
John   D.   Boyd camo   in   Tuesday''
evening from Big Bend.
���   Miss Valentino ,is  upending' a few
days visiting at Thomson's Landing.
The summer track at the 19 and 20
sheds was opened for t ra tii 3 this week".
Wm. IMageo came' in  from
Rogers
Pass yesterday returning this morning.
The Deacon Dramatic Company will
have a picture taken today iu ve-
membi-ance of its performance on the
evening of the Queen's Birthday.
Have a look at the samples of wall
paper just opened at the Canada Drug
& Book Co.'s, they are very pretty and
prices reasonable. ��� tf
Coniaplix was  represented   at
sports Thursday by Mr. and   Mrs,
Sumner, Miss  Nina   Magee,   Mrs,
W. Eairhall'and, W. H. Moore.
the
G.
G.
Frank Burnett, of -Vancouver, who
will contest North East Kootenay iu
tho interests of the government party,
passed through' Revelstoke  Thursday.
morning for Golden
The services in the Methodist tomorrow at the. usual hours. Morning
subject "Safeguards to home life."
Evening:���A noble life,'"Queen Victoria."
Revelstoke City Band looked   quite
swell in the parade Thursday morning,
dressed in white coats and straw hats.
A picture of the group was  taken  iu
the afternoon.   ��� , ,   ���
H. A., Brown has opened
arid cigar store in   his   new
the corner of' First" street
ii   tobacco
block  on
and   Con-
naught avenue and  is   fully  prepared
to meet the wants "of the smoker.
uServices at St. Peter's ' church, as
usual on Sunday. At the evening service Dr. Paget will preach upon""some
lessons from the life of Queen ��� Victoria." '      "--.=----="     ,
A special train of marines passed
through Thursday evening bound for
Esquimau. \
Nominations Closed.
Nominations of candidates to^eon-
test this "riding for the Provincial
Legislature closed ab 1 o'clock today.
Thos. Taylor.' of . Trout Lake, free
miner, was nominated by W. E. McLaughlin' and I. T..Brewster,-'torrun
on conservative platform; Alexander
McRae, of Lardeau, miner, nominated
by "A: N. Smith and John Sanderson,
an independent' supporter of- government platfarm.
*-cc. -is and
���) Xorth of
iecc. comprising ��� 15 sq. miles to bo selected in
not more than 7 blocks within the following
described tract:��� Kruciional Tov.ii'-'iiip 13 ami
-Township' 19, IJangc 7, Section-- J, "-'. :>. I ando,
Township II), llange S, al-u Tov.*ii--3iip It". Kange
S, excluding therefrom the --.'. K. 5 i-v'c '��>, t**eo.
���21, the y. W. -i .Sec. 2.>, the \Y.
tho.-c portions of .Sections -2'J and
.Spalhiinclieen ]liver.
Timber Berth Ho. 23ii, in tho above Province, comprising o-5 si|. inik-'-. to lie ^elected in
not more than L"> bloods within tho following
described tract -.���KiniinU tl  on the North, F.i\-t
,und -South by (he Phuswan L.iUe, and on tho
West by the Canadian Pacific itnilway line e.nd
the Indian Ho*crvc at Tapping hiding, excluding thcrefovin such JanJs, lib are n,-\v under
license or otherwise di-.p'-.-.cd of, the Same cov-
ering'about lo square mile-.
Timber Bertli No, 2-10. in tlie above Province, comprising -20 m-. mill-.-, fo be selected in
not more than 10 blocks wiihin the following
described tract:���Tho.sc portions North of
Shuswap Lake of Township -2. l';:i]gcs 'J, Id mid
11, West of the Cth Meridian, excluding therefrom the X. W. i Sec. L'I), .-5. \\". j Sue. Ll) and S.
K. ', .Sec. 30, Township '/.'>. Haugu 10. and Sec. 2,
the K. j See. 3, ami all h'ee. L'i,'Township *iJ,
Range 11. '     -
Timber Bcpth Wo. 241, in (he above Province, comprising is si*, miles, io bo selected in
not, .noro than 7 blocks within the following
described tract:���Hounded on lhe South by
line between Townships 'Si anrl iii, on the Ka��t
by line between liamiust! and 7, Wesi, of the,
(ith Meridian, on tho Xorlh by Xi-rl hern boundary of Kailwny licit, and on the'WesI, by Seymour Arm of .Shuswap L.ike, excluding therefrom the Wo.-t :| of Sections '22 mid 7, Township
2J, tftingc S, We-L of the tith Jloi-iuiiui.
Timber Berth No. 253, in Iho above Province, comprising 10 sn. miles as tallows :���.Sections 8,!), JO. 11.12 and j;*i, the tf. halves -Sections
11, 1.5, 3d and 17. all .Sec. 21, and K ���' Sec, '2o.
Township 2t. Hangc 11, and the N. J Sec.-IIO,
Township 21, Range lu. all "West of llio lilh
Meridian. y
Timber^BcrtJi 3>To. SJ3, in Die above Province, comprising 20| si-, niiliss as follows :-~Sec-
tions 0. 7, S, Hi. 17, 18, lil, 20, 21, 28. 2.'). and S. I:��.
Toivii^hip 21, liange -J, Section-: 1. 2, ;;, l.lic K. &
4, 11, 12 and 13, Township, 2J, Range 5, anil Sections 31, 35 and >.*. J-'. I :;li, Town.ship 23, Range
.���5, all AVest of the^GLli JMei-idian. '
Timber Berth' No. '2Z&, in the above Prov-'
ince, comprising 2i si[. miles as,follow-;:���Sections 2, 3, 1, 5 and (i, Township 2u, idiingc j,
Sections 1(1, 17, IS, 10, 211,-21, 2(i, 27, 2S, 20, 30, 31,
32, 33, 31- and 3-3, Township 21, Range ,5, and
Suctions 13, 21, 2.3 and 8U, township 21, Range (i.
all West of the (ith Meridian.
Timber BjitIi No. 245, in the above Province,' comprising 2Ii si], miles as follo\vs:���Sections (J. 7 and \V. } 8, Township 21, Range 5,
and Sections 1, 2, 3.1, ll and 12, .Township 2J,
Range 0, and N. -I 7. 1\. E. \'.), N. jof H. \V. ���) h\
' S.'i 10, 17, 18. 1!), 20, S.< J 21, N. i 22, 27, 28, 20, 33,
3J, 33 and W- i Wi, Township 23, Range 0, all
West of the Cth Meridian.
The length of each block selected not to exceed three times the breadth thereof.
A plan showing approximatolv (hcpo.siti.on of
the 3.1?qvo tpvets may be obtained on application to this L*ci)ur|.nicp|,.'    ,      , ,
A separate tenilei- to bo made for each berth.
The regulations under which a license will be.
issuedmay.be obtained'at this JJepnrtnient or
at the oflice of���the Crown Timber .Agent at
Now A\"estminstcr.
,Each tender must be accompanied hy an accepted cjioquc on a chai-luii-d bank iirfavour of
the "J7opn(;j- Minister ol tho interior, for the
amount of'lhc bonii-3 ivjiicb  I iio  applicant is
1 prepared to pay for a li'-ense. ,    '
N'o tender by tclegmph will bo entertained.
PKllJJJY 0. ]Cii\'K8. ������     ,
'Secretary. \
D'cpartnient of th
*��,''���"      *���     *�����       ��      ���*���      *���      f      v      ��'i*      **^,y*V,,^'^^',^r,,"5*TS^"3:""5'"'5r"V'"5r"^"'y5l
Ottawa, Oth JNIay, 1000.   0
... Mr-, and INIi'.s. John J-Iopgood and
family came in from Kamloops Thura-
dav morning. ' n .
Duncan McLean,
visiting his father,
few dap.s.
of  Kamloops,
A. McLean,   for
Trout Lake footbalfd
seiited ,,iu    the   match
Thursday,
ub was  repre-
at   Silverton
TO MY FRIENDS.    ���
Gbnti.izmkn.���I regret thai for reasons of a'
private btisincs-s nature lam unable tocontinue
in (he present political contest us your-.tand.ird
bearer.0" I cannot however withdraw from, the
��:dvva.-.-. H-i;,lioiit c.vprcs.sjng my sincere thanks
for the hearty-iipport you have tendered me
and the wirfli that someone, more worthy than
mvi-clf will be found to continue the tight fo?
tho caux; of progress and good government
J have the honor to be,"
.    GenrJcmeu, ,
-_*,-   �� Jfour obedient servant,.
���^V. M. LAWnEXCE.   "
RevC'.-.tok��, JJ. C.
Mdyiith. )U*\    ,
THH_
m:-;r\
M^>-4-
adminton note
VANCOUVER.   ���   - -
RATES   S2.50' PER    DAY.
w
agons,
buggies,
n^livsry
i^t'U.},
xllftO,
R. P. and Morlcy Pettipiecc, of
h'orguson
sports.
were in town   for  tl
the
the
A. E. li. Harvey and
��of Thomson's   Landing,
.celobracion Thursday.
A. M. Craig,
took   in' the
Chief McKechnie and Frank Lyon-
nais, purser, of the >S. ��S. Kootenay
spent Thursday
; at :--
JAS, MCMAHON1
���-:0:���
Blacksmithing" and
"   done on short
Carriages
Built
Woodwork
notice,
to ' Order.
night in
town.
The government offices,
city clerk observed Kmpirc.
holiday yesterday.
banks   and
Dav   as   a
Word was received this week of the
death at Port, Arthur of Dan Mc-
fiillirray, thi^ well knosvn railway eon-
irn-lor.
Field A*. Mens
K'fiin in Mrowii
their dni;,' ������(orr;
i'���adv.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion l*s.nds in tho Province of British Columbia,
QEAL-ED TENDERS, addrc^cri tothcundcr-
O .-.igncd and marked on the cnveluiic "Tender
for Timber Berth 23,3." lo be opened on the 18th
day of Juno next, will be received at this
Department until noon on Mordnv, ��� the 18th
day of .lane lCXni, for a licn-c to cut timber on
Berth No. 23.3. comprising (he, North half
of Section U; the South half and - North-
wc-i, --linrter of Section �����: ihe South
half of i-ecti'.n 23, (he South half of
Section 22. Section-'.2.1, 2.3. -j!>, 27 and the ,Wf>;i.
half of Section 20. in Townibln 27. Range '2i
West of liiu .3th .Mori'/ian. in (be sjijd pyo\ ince,
coiii.iiiungiiii area of 0.7.3 .sijimrc miles, more or
less.
Tim n-gnl.il iocs under which a licen.se will be
N-jiied limy lii' nl-tain'-d at this Dupartmetit or
at the. ,olllce of iho ('rouii Tiniber Agent, al
New* \\"c-,tiiiiii-��iei-.
E:."li I'-iulcr must be arioinpanied livim ,'n:-
rcpteil cheipioon a eharteroil'baiil: i,. f.ivonr of
the Demi ty of the Minister of Ih" Inferior, for
the -tiiir-unr of the bonus which Hie 'ipphV.-ni! ;'��
preiiare-l ro ji..y !<,<��� ,i li.-eii-.-.
.V.. teinler '.y |.;li-gr-,..pb will b
Your
Pocket-book
blit'
mar he low but. nobody sees is,, biit1
jf vour clotb.es arc -shabby Unit
scttlesit, noisily wants loknowyoii.
Ladies or Gents Tailor Made Clothes
'i-onaired and cjcuimd ;>) good stylo.^
(J.itl or send post card.
Samuel' Needham, Douglas St.
K-itablishcd J3Vcaw.'
Strictly L'nioti Labor Shop,
Highest Cash Pricf. Paid (
for
&$
���K
w
*4 X
fl -cf
y
li.-i\c rented thr. htorc
lilook iii id will ,nin\e
��� i soon a-i the lO'im  ii;
i lu
Hewitt ��� R��i��,toi:k.    M.   Y.,
from   Cotiiapliv    ^'^iluicdav
fin] reniainrrl o\cr 'Ihursday
stoke.
PERLEY
������*.i! m. nt of i In- Iiitcri'ir.
Oil m.i, Tib ^Iny. V.mi.
��� '-ufi.-riahii il,
*".'.  K'KVES.
Si-ci-(,t.iri
'     iO.'-L't
All ��!ii|,in"ii! ��� /,:
-ii>hi ..- . In -, .-ri i .
-ni'i'i,'. 1 'a.'. ' .. '/���
Im.!iiiIi,< j-nii.il i a '
Vi.u -nu'ilil !;.''-|- .
j.iu gel lli.lii
r ss f S;
i
i -��>ii!���it ..  iiy en* .*.-; k
I . 'i'|.'il   i*. I in M-, a-,-
..j   l.igl,   im   w.Ml,nit
,,i\   ii ir.'te   oi    llllK-.
i i' '! i.-i    flic 1 Jt ill ir-,
'���ainc    ii)
evcnin-
in Kevcl
"Saudy"   McRae   came   up    from
Trout Lake   on    "Wednesday   and   as
usual took an active part  in   the   run
ning of the sports following day.
O. W -fiAiiiy-^u:. w
p. (i. I,..   :>.! 'i ���������. ai i'.i- .to . ( ibit.iii S
.    V/i::ii;jr;*'j/i. liluu. &
ift/wtfcs��-^i-iffar��^?'X7r%T?.-C'"a-.r/?i
Prize winners in the ��porfcs wlio have
not yet, received their prizes may do
so upon calling on ,/. li. Smith at F.
K, Stewart's office.
"*f*j
TenrJcra for Xdcoi)3��>B tn Out,���TiTOhc��- mi
Dominion  I^nntla ip   fhe Province
of Eritisli Columbia.
QEALED TKNDKHS nrldrc.-s-cd to the under*
O sigut.il aiid miirked on the envelope " Tender for a Timber Bert h." lo Ik- opened ou tho
flth July next, will iie received at ttii-* Dep.irc-
m-jiii until noon on .Monday, tho 'Jib July, HKni,
for lieeii.-'js to cut limber on (he following
berths :���
Timber Berth No. 207, in I lie above Province, comprising .':.'.'.f|. liiilos. to l>p selwt'-il in
not miif*- I linn IJ blocks -.*, if bin the. following
ifosr-ribed trii'-l : Ki-MClifmal Township 111,
Township 2n nnd K. j Toiinsliip 21, Pnnge.';.
I-'r/ictional Township-i'lS arid Ifi. Township 20
and ri. i Toi.n-diip 21,-l.'ango fi, all wojtofi)io
Oth Mz-i-idioii.
ii
Clcanlh
riQ-z.t
to
.fi Q C-7
V��JiJ
���<rjTi
rfo
#1
���Si
TP
Si
���3-
Si
Just received One Carload of Paint and Oil���the largest shipment   ��
pver bi-rnght into the town of these goods.     We .-ire- now in a position ,<jj?
I'S
Coal
red
a consigiimoiil of Starr ell Tools
Si
~v
t|j
M.   LAWRENCE. f
Hardware, Paints, Oils, Glass, agent for Hamilton Powder Co qfr
^^^^c|^.|^y|"i4|!Jc|j<^
-1   f '
K NEW BILKB"^^^>
New ,*uk1 stylish wiif.li, silks in three and ii half yard lengths, no
two alike at 50c.-' 75cl, and SI, will find see thi'ii'i.
,    ' 'W
- ���  ��
so'lmve'SK
W
w
' - ' W
{({h ' Do not foi'get that we areeselling Wrappers at 76c. and Blouses Wfi
M.     ' al 50c.   .Stylish and nice, assortment left, call and see them. VA>'"
\ CRASH SKIRTS^^^
"SVe have a lin<* of crash skirts which we want to clear
reduced the price from $3.50 to $1.
WRAPPERS AND BLOUSES.
/ ^���^���^���^���^���-^���^���^5?'^:^^^?^-'
.���^���-^���^���^.���-^������^���-Vi:/"
MSHI
PISH I
-Fresh Cod,  Halibut, Salmon, Etc., Smoked-
,  Fish.& Kippers'a Specialty.1
Family Grocers, and, Produce, Merchants.
FIRE &�� LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS,/-, ,
".."^^b^>-NOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC.
FIRST   STREET,   REVELSTOKE.
THE SMlNG'STYLE'S,,; '    ���- ��� '."
are ^beauties.    The  Spring  will, be here be fore'you
- l    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.
First Street, Revelstoke:
Our Assortment of
CARPETS,
LINOLEUMS,
STRAW MATTINGS
WALL PAPERS,
DRAPERY GOODS,
Etc., is the Largest in the West*
Samples Free on Request.
x
(oPTC'ir-ii1.
S., Victoria, B.C.
.ness."
If
a
lear
yon   want  your
\V(>rk doip'   ir
cconomi'-;;!    v.ra\-  \sc.nr
can'
n_L;er
and
a
FRANK
in
SAUNDERS,
MeLeonan, MeFeely & Company, Limited,
Ufll FQJU P HARnWABC I Mc *lul s-lcc1, GIays
eiuLLunim   nnriUlrwnnL 2 wood Mamois, o-rat-?
, iMAJUSTIO  STEEL  RANGES   fur   Hotel   and   Family   u.'-e
iners, and Mill Supplies,
Vancouver,   '       - British Columbia,
Branches at Dawson Citj', Atlin and Bennett.   ,
anil   Tilint.
Tlttibw Sejfth ,V&.
Ijj the alio'".
I'ror-j
r-f^veliloke Station.
THE B, C. ASSAY AND CHEMICAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).
(Late MacFarlane & Co.)
VANCOUVER,    B. C.
* i
"\V*- aro .M.'innfacdircrsand direct Importers, and carrv a larpro stock of
U.-iJ.riifcs Furn.'.iccs. Fire Clay Roods, .Scientific and Practiftil Books) GlttBswtm*,
lJl.-i tin inn ��C(i(i(ls,Acids.CheiTiiciil.s,*infl all other-Assavcr'sand Min <*r'rtreqiii'r��riiontH
Sole Agents for iloigan Crucible Cora pan t, "Battereoa, Bcc-tcr Sons' B.il-
anc'H:--. etri.
Catalogue ami full particylare $wt op application,
I
!'
/
' ��i
..'ll
\��A
I.    \

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xkootmail.1-0181826/manifest

Comment

Related Items