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 1 )  Vol. 6.���������No. 28.  REVELSTOKE. WEST KOOTENAY,  E. C., NOVEMBER 11, 1899.  $2.00 a Year.  Q^*&/������s&/zs$>^<������/Zy^iS3/%/������, -ty^, %^y-y^*'i-, -z,  <a^iiV^*V^^������*V^,  >,ar5Jk^r-^*y^-v^',j-vi-v*^^^*^ *v^^^������v^'*5i/**!. ^*y^/sVlJysV;vV''  Probably tho most' important meet-  iner ever held hy the city eftuneil was  that of last  night.     The  as.-essor's re-  . port was presented ;uul it speaks volumes for- the i-itv when a town of tho  size of Revelstoke can boast of an assessed valuation of real estate of, three  quarters',of a million dollars. The  finance commit lee presented an interesting report,   which   was  not as coni-  . ,l)lj-te it statement of the city's finances as it might have been; itonly  dealt. with   the   money   raised hy de-  , ben'ture? and the sums spent for public  improvement*-, it was decidedto.boi*-  ,ro'y $2,000 Iiv a further issue of deben  I Kilpal rick here   took   .a   stand   which  should h.������ approved hy the latepayci -.  when ho  opposed   the   propo'-ition   of  borrowing any moi e  money  than was  absolutely  iieci'.-sj-ary   for   ci-n.-tin   definite purpose.-..      Aid.   Giahnm   n ;t :e  what should be a  populni*  move  when  he!wanted   a     lodging   house   by-law  passed to regulating llie Gliiin-.se diver*,  while Aid.   McKechnie,   on   (In*  .--ame  subject,  made   a   remark   which    will  long Ik; i-emembered when he made the  statement'  "they   (the   Chinese   dens)  would not. interfere   with   the   public-  he-ill h if left as t hey are."' <  Council opened with all the aldermen  THAT BRIDGE.  The Eaeis Show th? Herald  Up h A'  "    Bad lig-ht.'  Cold Commissioner Coursier h.i������  recently been made the object of  -several senseless and baseless attacks  hj- the Herald because lie will neiilsei  condemn private, property for , p lblic  use or pay fur something which the  government could not control after, it  was purcnased. Th's is tlie matter of  the Illeeillewaet bridge w.hieh some  .settlers erected'at. their own'expense.  TI 19 facts of the matter are: Sho-tlv  after the bridge was carried away, the  ground was'examined by tire, minister  of public works nr'uJ the.''provincial  engineer. They decided that, it w,(-  best to abandon the old road and  build a new biidge ftuthot- up   .stream.  TRADES "AND LABOR ASSEMBLY.'  Government   Owneish'p   D3:i*anded--  Boycotted Goods.  The legislative* committee of the  Trades and Labor Assembly at its last  meeting introduced the' following  resolution1 which was unanimous! \  adopted:���������- _"���������  ,Kesol ���������.���������������":    That we the Trades and  Labor-     Assembly      of      Revelstoke  10   ,vi 1  !*!.-  at   once,  believing that the j'urther opeiation o-  those gi eat ait oiies of national' life  ih(* rai'w'ay corporal ions, for' private  ise will bee.niie. inimical to the  ���������'est iiileresls of the whole counln  "uid believing that nothing can si  materially advance ihe welfare aid  jiro-peiity of Canada tli.iu the owning  'uid operating ,,f tire railways by the  (.'(���������minion government for the benefii  ,-f the   whole,   people.  ' Therefore;   w-(  ^^^S^St^^^y.  WWW>K MWW<l^<V+Wv������ ^i^^y^^^^^y^'^i,  government   inline  tines   to   complete   con tern plated  iin- l. and th- city solicitor wei e present,  provemenIs, particularly   the  building I     The assessor's report,  was  presented  ' of McKeiizie avenue   fiie   hall.     -Aid. I and read:  ASSESSOR'S REPORT.  Real estate, known owners -       -   -  .Improvements,     *  - -   .   ,. -  ������������������Real estate, unknown owners      -  $342,100 00  , *-i  ���������  o  38.645  ''''0,200   CO  CO  ������,' - Total        - *       - , ,   -  ���������    A communication was- received from  o'the prtH-iiK'ial">i'f-ref,-iry informing the  city ������������������ council that * the government  considered it expedient foi the city  r.flicials to find   other   qua rlersiv* from  ���������the City K.inil asking an appropriation to aid, it in'* paying .,for *instni-  ni*4itsand meeting running  expenses.  -,    Conimiiir.rat.ioii from   tin* ,hand was  referied to finance committee. . ,        ���������.  The eoimnunkation   from   the   prov  . incial 'secretary, evoked considerable  disiWfibr*, v-.'intl the Clerk was instructed to ask the  provincial  govern-  -     ,      - - $700,953   OO  tiu'iil for. pci-mifsipn to, oicupy the  (piai-ters qu liters until the municipal  buildings are erected.   .  A pel it ion was received for a sidewalk" on east side of Coiinaiighl avenue, and for walks from Second street,  to    both    , of .     Ihe     chtircbes. 11  could not be.learned wh-it di.-posil ion  was math' of'these petitions but the  discussion left, the imprest-ion that  the sidewalks'would be built. "   <  The finance. commiLtee presented the  follo.uing 1 epcu-l:     -   -  -; ."' "   ":. .-FINANCIAL REPORT  ' Paid:      ���������'    ,,    ;     . ������������������.',������������������,  . Streets and Roads '   ,-    '  Fire I5ri  ade ���������- ���������*--- ���������   -���������  -       -.     -  -*���������  sReal Estate-'   -":��������� ',       -    - s-  *-> ->  JO  $  8,634  0 1,'500 02  10 00  fingincer s were set  hut owing   to   the   loss   of   plans   and  siincvs the election of the biidge   was  delayed    and    only    started    about   a  month   ago.     In    the    meantime   the.  settlers were cut of}' from , wagon   com  inuiiioation with  Revelstoke,   and   de  cided lo build a bridge for-  themselves.  ���������A couple rf settlers   nut   only , refused  lo aid in the work but dit   did   all   in  (heir power to pievent.-'r,  saving   tint  if they built a biidge  the   government  would iodise, to put one in.     Jlowevei-.  the bridge was built oil"'from   the   old  'road on de.-derl  land.'��������� .The   first   'nun  to attempt to drive across   llie   bridge  vyas pne-of"those  who . refused   to  aid  in building it. and the builders promptly   locked (the   bridge.     Those    who  refused to aid in   building   the'bridge  demanded" th'e   right   to "use   it,, tire'  builders denied (but  right  unless   the  goiernment, took the bridge  over- and  paid them for their work, u matter  of  several hundred   dollars.    The " matter  was laid befoie the gold commissioner,  who investigated the case and learned:  The bridge is   p.-i��������� ate .properly,' built  on land owned by private parties,''and  cannot  become, public   property   u-itil  paid for by the government..   , ft could i ������������������ ,.   => ,,  -.    -..^   ^-  be closed at any time-by the own������r-   of    r,1!l,lf.'ii ^erbin ' contained,    that   they  the land..and   the   covernment   would    ���������"'"'"���������' "       '������������������ ''   '  demand   that   tiit  di.itc'ly,   'upon     the   ' assembling     o!  parliament,    take    iniinedi.ile     action  towards 'obtaining  'possession 'of. tin  railways of Canada together   with   all  connecting ferries and stage lines,  thp  railways to   be   purchased   from   tlieii  present owners at'the,; actual   cost   t.  said owners iis'near as   can   be  ascertained.    No   granted . rights   of   way,  nor any depot site or any'other ground  whatever at present   in' ��������� ossession   of ���������  any railway, stage, or   ferry   company,  that hus-pot been   actually" purchased  hy   the   present 'fios.esvig 'company,  shall be paid for   by'the   government;  provided that all   inn\iv. merits ,m,-ide  hylhe railway, stage  ,. f, n-y company,  ���������sh:dl be paid"for at  t a ir< actual   cost,  inipi-ovements to incl i.le lines, wharves  arl'd all .other woiks   nect ssar-y   to   the  miiiiilenance  of  the   Y< ads   and    the  conduct of tlie traffic;'.-.1,d   further   be  it resolved,   that   th-i   fore'Ti-ii,.**  ---n ,-,    -lndl  also appiy, to   all   ]r)rig   distance   telegraph and telephone lin< s; and  that   a I    ���������-   -----   ; j    B   ���������'���������������������-������, a  copy of these   resolutions   be  sent* to   '''l.'P>'. t**'(-'<'  crowd  of   young   people  ('wry hi Ijoi-organization in Pievelstoke    f()!llul < ' Iu'il'   "X-1^  home anil 'heartily  The Pythian   Knights  have  a  repu-  aliou of a,ling tilings right no   maltei  ib.-il. they undertake, supper, fiolic  or  all.    When   aniioiinci-nient   is   made  h.it the Knights are giving a   ball   ihe  ���������ublii;   expect   something   extra    anil  hoy are never'di-appointed. "The ball  .iveil by Gold   Range   Lodge,   No. ->(.),  ast n'ight   was  no   exception'  lo   (hi-,  ule, and it was undoiibtedlj the  most  -ticcessful   alfaii   of  the   kind   held   in  KevoMoke in many a day.    A corps of  -killful workers under the direction   of  Airs. Chancellor Commander1 Gill  had  literally transformed   the   interior'  of j  ,'he opera house with green*, flags- and  ������������������unt.ing,   in 'which  the cohus   of   the  uder���������hlue, velloV and   red-- predom-  in ited, and when ,the  flooi   was  filled  with dancers it was a scene wotihy of  fairyland.      The   music  fiu-nUbed"' by  the   recent Iv   organized   orchestra   of  Me wis. Taylor-, Thackei,   Sawyer and  Ahlin was good, and it is lo   be  hoped  t-iatthe orchesfra will'be snppnrled on  all similar ofc-a-aon-. as  filling a   lon"--  IVIt*   want,'in   ReveNloke.' The   f'oor  liri'ingemeiit,   was  ably   coii.-bicled   by  'Mr.  J.   Guy  Rti-ber.    Pro.nptly" at  !'  o'clock the  ball   comi)ienr:ed   with   the  grand march.    Ten   numbers  were  on  the fir.sl half of the   programme   when  su,>p.*r was served by Levis Bro--.   The  rest of the programme was  soon -gone  ���������uid with  the  early  niorninir  hours a  riopgood  rji-iiwu  I.evi'xjm.  Gill  IJiiiinnit-i*  Wilkins'm    ���������  M i -ses:  ,   Henderson'  Leve.-qne  Wil-on  Dunn  'Pughe  Burke  Lei tch  AnstiJi  Hanbiu-y' ���������  Messrs.:  J. G. Allan  G. Rell       '  A. E.Kineaid  F. Laac  D. Ste.irnr.in.  W. Winsoi-  J. .McL.an  E. A: KeLtle-on  J. .McPher-.s-on  H. A. Brown  K. D. Johnson  E. Mt*C"o\v,in  C. Palmer ,,  asking their consideration of the same  ���������uid if any oiganization favor   tlie   de  Unpaid:    ���������   ,  Roads and Strecis<-*  Sidewa.k  Fir-e'Alarm System'  Contino-sncies  , Total '  $10,144 35  $    4  454 S6  ;5cci 00  800 00  100 00  be compelled to buy him out.     If  ,this  is done' by   (he, government   Lire   old  road and-bridge'would , he   paralleling  the new road and biidge, which is-now  being built by the province  at \i   cost  of many thousand   dollars. " The   gov-  | ern'inciit,refused "to   put  in', a   tenipo-  ' rary biidge a few m-jntlis ago,   and lit  was doubtful if it would authorize  the  payment for the  bridge and" purchase  ���������of a si rip "of land when   the  new. road  and bridge is tfuder construction. .The,  gold commissioner   then   referred   the.  whole matter to   \7ictoiia,   for  settlement.  It is plain that the Herald ha'd no  base fni iis'.-ii lacl.s on the un\ oi iniK-nl  aircn'. mi:." it is hut ,-iiiot her exairnle of  what  ih  >at ..sheet can do in tlie1 wav  $ 3,854 86'  Aids.     Brown,  $13,999 2i  Well--,     Kilp.atiick-  Ci-age and Graham wt-ie' chosen to act  a������ court of l-evisioii and weie   in-Li-iict-  The'fire, .water and light coniinittee  recommended that five more street  light" he installed.    Adopted.  Pul'ilic works toininittee lec-ouimend- ' ed to sit on Dee. 13th.  ed that $Qlo be appropriated to balance j Altera long discussion on the ad-  iippippr-iatious for public improve*, vis.ibility of ma kining a I'm Ibei- issue of  inputs during the last year. Adopted. I debentures,' it was moved by Aid. Mc-  ��������� The question of who should pay. for ! Kechnie, seconded by A'd. Ib-own and  lpwering\'vatc'r-in,uns was discussed at carried, thal'a by-law authorizing an  some   length   but   no       decision   was   issue  of   debentures     amounting"    to  trting to in-ike a"petiy political point  or writing peisoual spleen on an  oliicer whu is but doing his manifest  dutv.'  appoint a committee t->" act' with the  legislatiie coiinnittee of the Trades  Assembly in obtaining dthe signature  of every person in Revelstoke \vho is  a Drili'sh subject and who'is,favorable  to the demand, and that it copy of  these resolutions be sent to' labor  oig.'iiiizationsa.s'fiir west as Vancouver  and east as Winnipeg, a.skimr tiiein to  endiirse 'the. 'same .and. spread the  doctrine, as far as thev'c.-ih. *���������  Hesohed : Th.-if' the' legislative  c niiiiitlee draw up a petition" to, the  Doininion government ,-, ��������� taining the  above ies.j]utions(r,: i,iiiw.*ys) ai"d the  petition when drawn up," i,,"be si"ned  and sealed by the pre,He, t and secretary of the legislative'con niittee, upon  w.iit-Ji ihe-legishitivc committee (in  conjiiiictipn will) comniiitee'.s appointed  ,liv  oilier Joc-.-d   wished that, they cotildsoon attend an-  o her K. of P. ball.' ��������� Those present  were :-��������� '  Mejdani'*s: , ���������' i .  A. Solloway  Ahlin >  McLean   '  Newman  Ilaiiiilto-i  Kilbv  h. Solloway  iMcC.ii-l.hy  Kel tleson'  McPherson  II. 'A. Bi-own  I ..���������.-..'no i n  , U. Konghan  ���������J. XV. C.i*u,s  Jas. Gill  A.' Smith,  E. Water-sun  W. Murray  ,  ��������� J. Sullivan    ������  C. ri.u-te   ���������  . S. Erase,-  O.1*.!. Aiinui  ��������� W. Boyd     "  A. Edgar  W. Lawrence  J. q.-iley '  W.-Mfther  J. Smith  Dunn  Smith  WiN-ou      '  Bui-ridge  lie nle,-n i  Pa:-*.:.  '   .MrCiilJimi  L 'Ve=-<j',ic'    .  Cle.llV  .LMg.u-  Jioyd  Kipp  Levu*--qne  Jordan '  ��������� ,���������  flaubur-y ���������  -     J. G. B irber ,   '  T. Il.'i-hes ",  IJ.McC.i'i thy  L. Snllowav.  H. SI Wilson      ��������� .  ' J. P.'ttipiece  O. P. Divis  W. "Ve-.vm.in_,  I'". i la in ill 0:1  J'\ Ad.iirJ  J. Meiritt  B. Temple  .J- V. Ai-iiHtrong   0.  W. limit,    o    ,    ,  C Ciio  " J. Kill.y   ;  '4?.' -McDonald,  J* B. S.-ott     ''  E. L. Crewdsoi'i  S..Smith  ,  L.,McDma1.1  L. E. Piumnier   '  171 - '  i.lotip  E. Burridge'  J. Brinv-i'  ,.      ,  li. V. CI ti/* ','      1    .  W. R. McCoi mick    ,  X. Glenn  K.,'-s  'F. Ai-'.i.tmiiV c  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BBIEFS   ' TR0I^T LAKE mining .notes.'-  indies   if  signal uic  an.)    .shall  to'  all  CALEDONIANS MEET  r  reached,  The cor'nmit (ee on health aiul'by-  aws was instructed lo confer with the  ,'lssessor before next meeting .with a  view of obtain'll ���������; iiifoi-mat i'on upon  whiih to frame a by law to divide the  city into Wards.  $2000 be 'at once prepared. ,  The clerk was insti ucted to compile,  the municipal voters' list, to he-completed and closed on Dec. -I. Court of  revision is to sit Dec. 1 !.  r Council adjourned to meet this afternoon.  OiTieers  Winter  and   Arranp for  Entcrtr. inmonts.  the  1 Lowery and the   Boers.  bible and prays to Cod   for   as.-Sstanre.  This will   avail   him   nothing.    God   i-;  Aineiica'at   oik-   time   was . peopled ' always on l he side I li.it   has   iheuio.������.t  with'Indians.   The   while   men came'   ,,">',  ' ''  ' * !  '"      'Y  , nnd to'ok theifj'l.ind,  and  cleaned  out  the   red-kin  'with   rum.   bullets   and  syphilis.    About 250 years ago  French  and   Dutch   people   settled   ii   South  Afiici.    Their desceiub-nls are .called  Boers.   The Boer had trouble with the  '   English about,!'*') years back   and  bad  to roll his blankets and hit the trail for  n new camp.   They  criwsed ' t be ' Van I.  killing on the way  in   (!,(.")()   lions.   In  -whiitib now called the Transvaal they  felt secme fi-oin John Bull,   and   they  would of have been had they no! found  gold.    They fnuglit and   snlidiied   the  wild natives and animals and   built   tip  a little town of   their   own.    The   dis-  covt-i'y of gold   brought   thousands   of  foreigner.'-.'priiicipally English,  to  the  t-ountiy.   The Boer's style of  running  their   government  did   not   oait   the  Johnnie-conie'liitelieSi    They     wanted  to run the country, and   through   the  power of capital they  have  sueceeded  in filling the laud with retl-co,its.    Thi.s  means that the  Boer   will   soon   he   a  back-number.    The Boer may behiavo  but he cannot beat the game  u hen  all  .England, pm l id Canada and Anctiidiii,  nnd the piayers of Toronto pai-.-oiisai'e  against him.   This t-ombiniil ion  would  topwVUiiMU'v'il.   The Boer iilsu pucks a  men and I he greate.stinumher of   gim  There is nothing new about l hi-war-.  The Boer set I led the, country, Milium d  the natives and m.-id.' i! valuable. "1 l)e  Mngli.sh will now subline the B.ier ai d  make the ciiiuitiy intue valual-le  through the power of gold, backed by  men iu bright clot lies who ai-i.- willing  to bavonet human beings for' li) c,'iii< a  day and the chance lo get a piece of  mi-t-il with V'. C. stamped 0:1 it. Yci ily  gentle readei, this is a hot' uni\ eise v.e  are living on.���������Ledge  A large and <>nthusi,i-.ti(' crowd of  Scotch ;i gathered at the Union hotel Thin.sdny night at, the annual meeting of the Caledonia 11 and Mt. Andrews  Society. O.n.-ers for the next year  were elected, an.-imi.'m oils- made foi  having a Flipper on Si/ Andrews,  night, aud other entertainments for  the winter*. The officer, elected were  president, If. A. Brown, vice-president,  W: !���������". McLautc-lin; secretary-treasurer,  I K. D. J. C. 'Johnson; "|ihysician, Dr.  j C.n-ruther-5: solicitor, J. M. Scott, Rev.  ,.T. .Meiiz'es. chaplain: bud, W. M.  ; Lawrence: e.vecutiie committee, J. G. ���������  ��������� Allan, A. McRae and W. W. McKechnie. All the officers were elected by  j accl.iniat-ion. W. M. Lawrence was  . tondered the presidency but declined:  ' and J. B. Scott le.signed the office of  1 secretary, as he is about   to leave Rev  el-_t ok e.  ]     After the   Caledonian   mee'ing   ad-  ' jotii-ned   those   interested   in'   curling  stayed behind   to   talk   rink   building.  \ propo.-ition was  submitted by II. A  present the same for  Bi itisli subjects  Tlie products'of the. following manu-  facliiiers are under boycott by all  labor unions in America, and "have  heen oideied posted in RcwJstoke:  Anioriciiii Biscuit Mfg. Co.  Aineri.'an Tobacco Co.  Urown Tobacco Co.  _   Goi'ii'rully   &   Jeflrie   Co.,    I'ambler  Ihcvcle.    '  [��������� *'       1 o s '  ,   (..rote it Co., chewing gum. '  ,    St udebakers      Bros.  C.-iriiage Mfg. Co.  Swift, Packing Co.  S-vifts'Suro Specific.  ^Vag^ln  and  ! Brown,- who offered to build a rhik if  ; ; I uiember , of the cini, would conu-ib-  ; Ule $<') each towards* it. The I'm illation of a -lock company w.-t-i  . talked of, but no deliuii * action  , taken.  ���������1 bo  was  Dining tlie absence of   .Mr. .],  Revelstoke. is   having   a   visit   from  the pioneer dentist of   .British   Colurn-���������  bia,   Dr.   F.   Welsh,   of   JS'ew   West- ;  minster.    He. is stopping with his   old I  time friend'Win.   lit own   at   the  Col-j      ^L<i ,���������.. Llll. (l���������,  u .1 bia House, where he will be , leased . Turner,''s.'jL.'mi-. W    J.   (joep.-l    of  to   see   any   one   .���������    need    of   dental i\e!M1Il. j.^pector ���������f ufiict-, is to ,act as  'Sl''l1''P\i  T ������     t-      1 . -."'''''(""lisiidiiPi-'for   XhUi,   Aiiw  A.    McLean,    ot     Kan. oops,     ha-! worth. Anow   Lake and   .Co.it   liiver  secured the (pi.irlers recently occupied | Inj..i.ig   division   of   West   Kootenay  by Ceo.   1'.   Curtis   111    the    McCirty ���������  block and is now engaged   in   opening '  up .-1   most   complete   stock   of   gent'*, j  furnishings, bouts   nnd   shoes.     He   is  government   agent,  -sioner of lands and  assi.-t.-uit cominis-  woiks; judge of the  court of revision and appeal under the  assessment, act. and to reecho ap-  one of the pioneer merch.ir.t-* of Ka.n- ' plications for registnuion and record  loon-sand ttill run an up to-date out- under the Land Regisliv act for (lie  lining e.staiili.shmem lie.-e u- well as kelson division of "Ve������t Kooten-iv  coin unit'i-i the same bubineah in k.t.n-   (.uci,   appoint hkhiu . lo   take  ellect on  ldops,':.  iNaveiiibti' iti,  C. P. R.  WON.  Appeal Ca3i of -v. Woods. Dismissed  By t!*e bupreme Court.  Word win ,!��������� ceived from Ottawa  yesterday by M ssrs. Davis, Mu-shalh'c  Macmill, (bat ihe supreme court .'of  Canada had .given judgment, dismis---  ing-with costs the appeal .,r \\\ Woods  against (he C. 1'. J{. T|lisi judgment  CO!! i -.us the j-i'lgme il of the full com t  "'' l!l" province, which upheld .Mi-.  J n^l ice. Irving,.by whom the case wa������  'originally tried:  ^ In I his case Wood's, who w,,s a conductor, lost his h-y while uncoupling ,*,  ''"' '��������������������������� ������������������' -iding. Th- lo.id-b.-d was  "'���������s'.'wvii with  .|,mg   j,,.;iss   .II)(]    ,||()  .���������illeg.-iti.m was lint Ih'.-ougli cil.cbin-4  hi-" feel in thi.s Wood's met will, the  accident. The puesiinu in to whet her  or-nol the company wis li.ib!,. for- the  defect iVl. .si,*,.,.. ,,|- ,.���������,,,].bed was- argued  be IT..re a jm-v which a w.mle.l 1 he plain-���������  li.T .c;9,.*5f)0. .Judgment, however, was  given in f.ivol- of ihe compiny on a  IKiint of law and I his decision has been  in liniained in the siib-vqucnt .pidgin ���������nl--. The fight has been a bitter one  throughout and the big corporation  won.  * i  The measure party Thursday ��������� night  at the residence of .Mrs. 'J. Liwfon  was a vary successful a flair.  Harry Hay lost, a couple of nntreru  M.onday by gHiing his h'.nd caugirt in  the pulley of the. pile driver at the  Illeeillewaet bridge.  A meeting of the liberals of Revelstoke is called to meet in Tappings  Hall, Tuesday, "Nov. H. Election of  ollicers and other business of importance.  A Twin Butte section, man, an  Italian, was run over by a train at the  east end of the, yards Tuesday, bavin"  both legs.cut* off. He is still alive a"t  the hospital.  C. E. Sidles, of Ihe customs depart-  '���������'e^yili'i.ypd from New, Westminster  this\ve.ok to relieve A. iMunn, in ' the  local oflice, who has returned to New  Westminster.  The. local Forester * lodge is  doing a great .business in the way of  taking   in  new. members   t!  Mere Sa-*n!es F.-om- the 'Topic   Ledge  Last Week.  * 1      Ji ��������� ������������������  Woik on the Tow-er i* pi-ogre's-m g  favorably, and it is expected that before long the force woi king there will  be increased to IS men.        ,  On the Pedro group, (-(..uprising { ���������  full claims and a fraction, an opt'on  has been given foi $0���������,()���������)���������).- T1iB L,.,.M s  of the agreement call f���������r the empln-  ment. continuously, ()f (n\u. ,,,������������������ \ro[u  the 1st of June next until the 1st of  August, when a 10 per cent pavment  will have to be made. Six months  from the date of "this payment 25 per  cent falls due. On the 1st of A'ugu-r  1001, 30 per cent will, be payable,^���������lfj  the balance on Nov. ]st, 1G0L  At the, Silver .Queen the course, of  the next two weeks will witness the,  commencement of..* cavity gj eater  than ever has been known on this bill.  An enormoti* body of ore was exposed'  by the operation-- of l.i������t. winter, and '  when  the   work   of  iakiiifr  out   ore   is  -.-....��������� 111 new. members these days. ������������������"������������������-������������������ l"> "���������*���������'"- 01 uiKiiig nut ore is  About .'0 applicants are now awaiting con men red it w."l| be ���������o tiun* before a  a .trip through the forest.    ' '  I carload is le'ady for shipment.       1  Services tomorrow al St. T*etei'.s  clru-ch,'Church of England: tS a. re.,  ho'y coininiiiiion- ] 1,  riiuins   and   s. r-  11111:1;  o*  :.'10,  ,.1  ���������'���������'I:en s   service;    7:.'0.''  Hon. J. Fred I [nine pessed through  lii'volstoke AVednesday niorniii" on  Iris way to Nelson from the coast." He  says th.it there has been no change in  ihe political situation, and tlua the  go\eminent is confident of a working  majority when the legislature meets in  ���������futiUiU'-.'./ ' ;!  evensong (choral) and sermon.    ���������  Services in the Methodist church tomorrow at the usual hours. ' Stindav  school and bible class at l':.'J0 p. m.  He.v. J A. Wood, of Kaslo, formerly  pastor here, will preach in the evening.  Strangers in the city cordialiy united.  How to propose,---Siuily, December  1, auspices I. (). 0. J-'.       " 0  Conductor J. ITojig-nd has taken  iheexira p.itsenger i-tin between Knrn  loops and I/igg,in,_ foul- crews,now-  I'linniiiu' on thi.s diiision, and will  remove his family lo Kamloops the  early part of next week.  Photographs! You will please  notice lh.it, It. JL. Trtieinan's visit will  positively terminate.. Noiembi:,- Kith,  last visit until January 1900 Views  of city and best assortment of general  views in J>. C. ,,  A. Y. L'e.ir, who has been in the  ollice of Gold Commissioner Graham  at Atlin for several months .was in  Revelstoke Monday on his way home  lo England. He stopped long enough  to leave, letters and messages for  friends o������ Mr. Graham's.  A large addition 28x60 is bein������  built to the City Hotel. Business is  so good that   more   arcoinmodation   is  D mint; the conjinir   wint.--i-  it  pected   that   the, n.-atric-e  wil  another shipment, of  ore.    Thi  erty is ihe Payne of tbe  Li.-deau.'','...'. 1  its   develovnient  means  much   to   the  disttict.    Ust year about, 70 tons- were  is   i'-;-  111.-ike  - i-i>| 1-  shipped out of :"������������������������) sack-   whicl  cli   were  Messrs-.   .McPiierson,     |j.*vv<     E j.  lying at an 1 in th" mine.  "ii  and K'ininan ha ve obtained ��������� I,.,.,,,. fl)|.  six mom hs ,,��������� ihe I*:t!,e|, ;.1K] expw.t  to be i-.iwhiding ore in about a month's  tint". It is (he intention of the I..>������.ecs  to hive a cu-Io.id of ore ready fni* .*,���������.,'.  inent by Chi-i-.tm.-i, m-xt. Aft-r-  tiling*, have -ot well undei- wav _j,iu.  above force will be added to a,' cia*,,*,,-  ���������stance.-- peimit. Thi- pr-ope,*, v is j(!.  filled mi th- uiom-i.-j.- -id,.' ;lb11M,,  illlee   miles    ;,.A;ly    f,,,,.,    T|-(,m     ^^^  Cily. with which j.l.i.*.. it ��������� c.mneded  hy a good pack trail. Iu ,���������,. N M1|,,(,  of Hie richer ever take,, out in the  diM 1 iel, ranging from 3'..' ..-/>. ln :yyy)  o-'.s. in .diver, be-silea 'values i,, -,,ld,  h*ad, and co[i|)ei.  Kootenay Diocese.  The Xew Westminister svl1(-c] decided Thursday that the office of bishop of Kootenay .shall m.t be filled until  ���������such time a, the Ku(,|,,m. I,.,.-.,,....-;,  endowment fund shall have'been  raised amounting to at least S'0 000  or until such time- n*. a stipend of at  lH������*-tS20Qr)p-ry..ar ha*, been provided,  needed.    The addition wHi   e���������,.t������i,\   ������   Z2^2    T 'Z ^ T^"'  dining room 26x10   feet,   w-'ash   rooms   ������SfS���������^  and kitchen, _ with Imt-h ,-Do.nS and bed   Columbia.   Un, ".hi    id m e 1 '-,  rooms on upper floor. -.- j Dart m reamin in charge Sbl P (3  O  THE KOOTMAY MAIL.  Zbe 1Rootena\? fIDaxt  P JI LISIIKD EVERY SATURDAY  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������HY��������� -    ���������  I). II. OAMI'HKI.U  ]**U-BI.ISlIi:il -VNO  l'lIOI'llIETOll.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Por    Annum  IS' STK1CTLY  IX   ADVANCi; '6-S  ' ADVERTISING RATES.  CONTRACT ABVERTJSEMKNTS inserted at  the rate of 51.50 per column inch per month.  For space-? of six column inches or over $.1  per inch per month.  m-VKSlKXT' ADVKUTISKMKNTS Me. per  line first in.scrtion, 3c. per line eacli Mibse-  qucnt, insertion. The number , of linos  reckoned by space occupied, 12 lines to the  inch. ,   '  ItKADING NOTICES lflc. per line each in-  ������������������Bcrtion, utiles*, contracted for by tlie 1IRI  lines. ,     '  JOi* PRINTING of every kind at most rens-on-  " able rates and shortest, notice.  ACCOUNTS for job printing or nd vcrlinin������  payable on the first of every month.  CORRESPONDENCE on all iniitter.s of local  or public interest in\ ited and carefully con-  Milurcil. All coinniunicatioiis to tlie Editor  must be accompanied by the nnmc of tlie  'writer, not necessarily for publication, but  us mi evidence of good faith.  Address  Tins Kootknay .M.\in.  J"evel.stoke, 13.C.  RKVEr.STOKE, NOV. 11, 1S00.  That sneering, sneak tut,'  sheet,,,the  Herald, cannot touch   anything   without trying to m ilce its   potty   political  point'.     Dealing'willi    the    Transvaal  .situation nnd th'o attitude  of   Premier  Scluiener it thinks it,"a .striking proof  .of the danger of allowing   sentimental  feelings'of sympathy with the enemies  of.the empire to rule in high   positions  in the. govern incut, and   the,   le.ssou   is  one which Canadians   should   take, to  'heart in view of   recent   developments  'at Ottawa and the possibilities of   thi.s  Transvaal affair   widening .into   grave,  international complications beyond-the  limits of   South Africa."    And .again,  "'Lord Minto may well feel   uneasy  rathe contemplation of   the   very   shifty  ���������' and   dubious   loyalty    to    the   empire  enteitained by a ininislr-r so   powerful  among the French-Canadian population  ������������������as Mr. Tarle.     And he may very   well  have intended ,(n convey a hint  of   his  dissatisfaction and a winning of danger  i i  to tne Dominion   nt   large."    What   a  ' foul blow, what n coward stroke all' to  try  and   poison   public   mind' against  the u-ivernnioiit,     Again   we,   ask   the  i      *''  Plera-d to  give   us   proof,   in   face   of  "recent developments   at   Ottawa'   of  rany   liberal   disloyalty,   of   any   p.-oof  tliiib'. if this   Transvaal'aflnir   widened  into grave international' complications  ' (it is hinting at   French   interference)  that Canada's   govoi nnient   would   he  anything but   true   and   loyal   to   lire,  flag and Queen we all love and honor-.  Such slanderous .slurs aie in themselves  disloyal and dangerous, and in the  name of our coiiiiuon country ivea.sk  the intelligent public to frown, iheni  down. The Herald knows as well as  ���������we that there, was i o hesitation in the  liberal cabinet, no wanfof unanimity  as to what its s.v iiipulhclic and loval  duty to JJiitain was iu this Hi r'r aiTair.  Th-' only grounds for- it-i wiekid insinuation was in the   fact   if s ic-li an ex-  the liberals have practically oo organization, but a, move in tbe right direction has been made in calling a meeting  of the practically moribund liberal  association for next Tuesday night.  At that time there should be a com  plete reorganization. The membership roll t-bould be- enlaiged, new recruits brought in and the association  put in working order. New officers  should he elected. The men placed in  charge of the local party must be of  good .judgment, tactful and popular;  men who enjoy the confidence of every  one in the ranks, business man,and laborer alike: men who have the ability  to bold an organization together, ' infuse a little enthusiasm into it and  who can keep its executive committee*  at work, and above all men whose liberalism can neither be impeached or  doubted. -Ft is the duty of every liberal in Revelstoke to attend this meeting and see that none but good men be  put on guard.  Out ladical-tory (ingenious paradox)  contemporary says it is now . "pretty  generally conceTded that any government may with propriety and considerable atlvantage to the ��������� people  assume control of railways, telegraph  lines" etc. ' Ileal Iv, is that so ?'The  public opinion has been impressed  with this'view, we suppose, since the  provincial tories put it ��������� in their plat-  fo'-m. Siiine day we, will present the  public with the Herald's opinions 'on  the subject of railway bonusing and  government ownership. Tt's as funny  as a circus clown and the show is not  vet over either. '      <*���������  boycott placed on it on account of the  Typogiaphical union strike. It admits  that it has lost $300.00<".  The British trade unionists are deeply in earnest in arranging a combination with the socialist parties for the  purpose of electing their own people.  Already preliminary ariangements  have been perfected in a number of  districts.  The changes in rates of wages reported during September in Great  Britain, as shown in the Labor Gazette,  issued by the 'British 'government,  'affected about 189,033 work people.  The net efFect of all the changes on the  weekly wages of those affected was an  increase of about AJd. per head. The  principal increases were those granted  to 130,(XK) miners and other colliery  work people in South Wale's and Foi est.  of Dean, 5,500 blast furnace men in  Cleveland, 0,500 iron workers in the  north of England and west of Scotland,  2,000 iron and steel workers in the  Midlands, 5,000 steel workers in South  Wales,and 2,500 iron-founders in towns  on the nort henst coast of England. At  several ports the predominant rate'for  various voyages wasiaised hy advances affecting 2,217 seamen shipped  in September.  Notice.  WHAT SLIPPERS WILL DO.  Ilox. iMtt. 'Tui*NTi-.n, expremii r, has  ci.ine back from England and given an  interview' to an,eastern paper on , the  credit of 1". C. and tlie eight-hour laws  eflect'on it. The voice is as one from  the grave, foi-"Tiirnerisui is dead and  the eight hour law Jias come to stay no  matter how many the ghosts of --a  premier's politically past publish their  pessimistieplaintsagainst it. Turnerisin  is dead and'with it, we hope, privilege  politics. ,  Bi'-FOl-rcan additional $10,000 Is borrowed bylhecilv a definite plan'for  further public improvements should be  decided.- on by the council, and the  money expended on those woi ks alone.  The iatep.-i vers .should know for what  purpose, for what improvements it is  proposed to .-ecure   this   further   loan.  It i-. wiltl that the lions-. William  P.iterson and Cliir.u-d Sil't'o.n, with Mr.  D.V. F.-.-isi'i','i\[. I-*.,,will 'make an extended pi.lit ic;iI' lour of Manitoba and  t.'ie Ten itoiie.s instead of coming to  British Columbia. I bough'il is probable  th"v will visit the co,i.-t. later on.  i     Ii--Tin*:   (lispatcbe.s   can   be   tins-led  | and it is-u fact that Italians  are  being  I imported tn-i"place .-tiikiriL,   niineis in  e alien   labor   la\v .should  sending   a   Canadian   ci n   j  tingeut outside the countrv anil) -i i. ftl { lm' *"������������������'"-������������������'"������������������ l!l  bv government   hoing   "i.ni.p',0   in tlie.    ������'*��������� ���������.���������nfo.c'-d even at the risk of imperil-  history of    the    Don.ii.ioi,-   miic! ���������-,ho | In.K llu- sn.-cr--.- ..f   negotiations  now  position had to be carefully censidei ed j P"*"? "between Ottawa   and   W.,1.-^  including ihe.   question   of callintr par- ; '"g^01-- , * ���������  liament,   'as    in     England, to vote the , ���������- - ���������  money for the pin pose.      Laurier tt ok |      Ir that JVich boat is to run on   tiie [  the popular; if,    perhaps,   not   strictly i river next   v.^mi   soin*-.   move   uii������ht (  constitutional   course,    and    today oiir . re isou.ilily be expected now.     U there i  boys^ue hurrying for the glory  of  the''anything inoic the pti'hlic   is   expected  empire to the front,   and   Sir    Wilfrid | to d", fust *       . .  has a ��������� follower    who    resigns   on    tin  rout,  who    resigns    on  question   *of    cuiisliiutintiality   ,-uui a  colleague   who    stands   out    tor-    precedent.    There's   much in   wli.it   both  these men say (and we   ask fif\'dom ot  speech foit'lheni  as   broad   as   we give  ourselves) but   nothing   to   jii-tny' an  accusation   of disloyalty   against them  or lo warrant delaying   the   Canadian  contingent fior.i   hastening   in   answer  to the call   to   the    first,   line of  v ai '-  .hoi rid front.    Tlicn*'*>   nothing   t.> i*dl  for slurs   and   -sl.iiid-.-i s-   on   l������.salty   to  theempiie of    a    Iila-r.'il   goseriiin'-nr.  We will ���������, ie!d to no lory alive, thoii'/h I  we don't put on so    much    war    paint  nor wrise so bloody a   .shirt, in our l.,y- j  altv lo the mother-land,   and w: unite  with that   a   dt.eper   afleclioii   and pa-|  triotic pride'for our own   C'.iiiad i than  any con.se. vat is e in- the   countiv who  tries to arouse racial prejudice and d.s-  trust and invite    political    feel in-,'    on  i;i  A T ���������l-l-e  III.I V l-eor J  Labor, Notes.  Ibiiile di-;;atcl'.  ,iui'/.** I h" A. ]i. I*  IV  v.  w   Z.-l,uid' ,n hit tat ion    tourt   I  l.i'  Llu  i-i'.h'dthal  union'iiieii   are to   liav  pl-efel em e   ill elllplo V llli'll t.,  The i'i el hr.f'hood of Locomotiv,  Fii cmen fr.di,I'll (i wr ...UK) in memlwi--  ship during the li������c,il y.-ai- ending June  .JO. I.V.W.  .Machinist - ai '���������  requested   to  remain,  . ,-ivv.iv frimi I-'Imii-i; N'. Y.    Hi i ike on in i  I ('limine    vvniks,       J'iisnes     want      mole1  svori*; lor less j ,i y. .  The siiu.ilioii in bl.ihn i.s unchanged, j  Owner*-    ot   Xenlly   Turned   Anklet  Wnrncd to Ilcirnrc of Them.  "I am afraid," sail! the girl, "that  you'll have to sot the buttons over a little."  ' "Yes," assented the clerk.   "I believe I  will.    You've worn slippers a great deal,  haven't you V"   '  "Certainly," she replied. ���������  "I thought so," lie said.''"Slippers make  such large, knotty ankles."  The girl blushed a little at tlie uncomplimentary allusion to that portion of her  foot. "But everybody wiiut.s tlicui," _she  argued. ., - ,,  "Yes, I know," he returned. "But nobody ought to. Slipper svciiring. when  indulged ��������� in to any great extent, spoils  the shape of'the foot. Slippers are worn  for ' various reason;*.. . Some women, like  them because they are comfortable, others because they Imagine their feet look  better 1" low,.fancy shoes, and,still others because they are'convenient. The  fas.i, of the matter is'slippers are not a  bit more conducive' to- case than high  - shoes, if the latter aie BfVctod judiciously. Indeed, they are letJ coirTortubk* iu  the long run,' for the woman wli- is ���������*������"-  dicted to slippers is bound to have svol-  ' len feet a good part of the" time, and  \yhen nhe funis it necessary to wear high  (.lioos (lip Inconvenience greatly exceed!  the plcRHiiro slip lias (irevinuslj* derive"*  from slippers. Far,, til nt IT.'ISIUI the lip*" *(���������  ty is purely imaginary, for thorn is noft  iug attractive in bulging, overgrown ankles.  "Convenience is 'he only good point  'tiiftt c,'in br rcnlly urged in,favor of slippers. Tho nnklps��������� nctd support, ,and if  '.;,cy don't get it t'h.ey nof oij)y become  deformed to a certain extent, but fihofp  strength is impaired." -       ,   '  1 .'What nbout Hip people who go bare-  foiit or wear siuuliiio all flip fimp?" jntep-  p<'..scd the pui-c-Iiimer with n Minile of satisfaction >vfeich seemed to Imply that slip  thought she had him there.  "In. that case," sail*'the clerk,-"the  whole foot grows nnd is strongtlicncJ prc-  l)H!*iioi);if.eIy. But even in s.-uidals you  will notice'that the straps always fasten  /iglitly around .the ankle's, lims r,f*fordin������  them more support than any other pare  6i* the foot. I liivt- 'uid immeasurable  wrath callo.l dowii upon' my head for  preaching an i-.-or-.ocln.stip doctrine fhnf  dispels the ilksii'is of a llfetlnie, but t  know my duv.; to my customers and hu-  mnn kind hi gem ���������a! and persevere in th*������  right ro.ir'hu'"'] spite of alhcensure. Here,  madam, -ire v>e shoos a-jflj the buttons  ���������ft over, f wit' b? frank witti you find]  tell you that your foot will not look so  ?"M is it woo'il were your ankles the  normal size. I think rou have grasped  "he gist of my dlsceiiruo, which" Is, 'Pon't'  ^"ar slippers e-crppt a', odd moment*  *-ucn in perfo_t rrpn.se. Slipper., arc tlvo  flatur.il enrmy of prcttr anklpu "'���������Cbl*  ���������-afo Times-rTerald  JtoiT .Mc-tk-nnj  ItoII Cl-gnrcltca.  * It retinites a givnt deal of skill pj roll  a cigarette'a la Mexican.-!,'' said n tobacco dealer, "and  I've watched the natives  -in it many ft  time without being able to  im tatf   ihe   performance.    The  average  .Mtwic.-in.   from   petal   tu   upper   iniddlu  .-la>s. carries a h.-indful of granulated to-  "���������nrpo  wrapped   up in  a  piece of  rag or  the coi-iii*,- uf a handkerchief.    When he  wants   to   smoke,   <*-hicJi  is   about   every,  five minutes,   he produces, let  ijs say.  a  I   bit of husk, spread--, a pinch of tobacco on  it length wife anil twists it into a cylinder  ay   giving   it    a   sort    of   jijdel.'iig   slap  igaiast  his thigh.    How lie  imparts thu  ,   iiec'ssiiry rt.lling motion I ,was never able  !   -ii uiidersrnii'l. and grnmilnted tobacco i.s  ,   much  iiiwre  iliflicuit   to   ni'itiipttl.-itc  than  the ordinary long out,  ] '    ".Yliite  paper  for cigarette  making. \i  ahiiost   totally   unknown  otir-e  you  cross  the  Hin ('rande,  and   American  tobacco  ,'   hoftscs dtiing a  large li.-.sincss in  the rc-  |ii:l.Iic have found it necessary to mib-*.ti'  ]   tu tt* brown for their Moxhnii trade.  The  kind   best   liked   l������   the   ciiiiiiiioii   brown  I-straw  paper chiefly used in thi*. coantry  '   by hutchcis and gi-ncci.s f*,i ���������-.���������: a;.j.ing up  ,. pnrccU.    It has n slight flur.ii- tli.it -xu*,a  Ih'COIjics rather pleas-ant ili.m oliiej-ivi.*;-.*.''  ���������Xew Orleans "I'lli.cs-I leimit-r.-.t.  ���������\TOTICE IS HEItEBY GIVEN that (hirty  J_> days from date I intend to apply to the  lion. Chief C'oimiiis-sionerof IjukIk and* Works  for a license to cut and carry uway timber from  the following di-M-ribed lands, .simated near  Trout bake City, in Trout Luke District, \Ye~t  Kootenay.  Commencing nt a post at the noi-tli-en-a corner of George Olc.son'.s preemption near Trout  Lake, thence -south 2(1 chains, llience east CO  chains, tiionce north (i'l chains, thence wot CO  chains, thence-south ���������>() uliuins, thence west PI  chains, tlience south 2(1 chains, thence cast (XI  chains to initial post, containing 'ell acres more  or lc-ris.  Also commencing at, a po.st on the Great  N'ortherr trail about one mile up from Trout  Lake wagon rontl, thence north 20 chains,  thence ea.-t 50 chains, thence south 10 chains,  thence west. 5(1 chains, thence north'20 chains  to initial post, containing 200 acres more or less.  Also commencing at a post on Lardeau trail  on Lurdcau Creek near 2-inilc post, thence west  HI Chains, thence north 70 chains, thence cast  40 chains more or less to Lardeau Creek, thence  following creek south 7() chains to initial post,  containing 280 acres more or less. In nil (ICO  acres.  Fit ED HOHINSOK.    "  Revelstoke, U. C, October 10th, lSiK).  Notice. T,  "VTOTICK IS HEItEHY CUVEX that thirty  J_> days after date I intend to apply to the  Hon. Chief Commissioner of Uinds mid Works  for n special license to cut and curry avviiy tim-  bcr/rom the following 'described lands, situated on Trout Lake, in Trout  Luke  District,  Comnieueingat.il post at, the north-east corner of Trout I>nke City townsite at the northwest corner 'of Trout Jjike, running north  2(1 chains, thence cast 10 chains, thence south 20  chains, thence east 10 choins. thence south 20  chains more or less to lake shore, tliencowest  along lake shore, 80 chains, to initial post, con-  t.iltung 1(50 acres more or less.  Also commencing at a post on the south shore  of Trout Lake about one mile east, of what is  known as Six-Mile l'olnt. theliee south 10  chains, thence west SO chains, thence north 20  ehaiiiH, thence vvchtfio chains, theliee north Id  chains more or less to lake shore.' thence east,  along hike shore to initial post, containing 5(50  acres more or less. -  ,  Also commencing at a post, ou south shore of  Trout Luke at ii tioint called Eight-Mile Point,  thence running tn'iin easterly'direction along  Ihe shore of Trout Lnkc SO chain's, thence south  20 chains, thence west hO chains, thence north  20 chains, more or less, to initial post, containing 1(50 acres more or less. Tn nil SS0 acres. "  -DANIEL HOH1NSON,  Hcvclstokc, II. U., October I0(h, UpO.  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15A.P. &A.M.  r-, ���������r-������'-'������'*-'*������������-������-������-5--S--������-T--S'-5r-5'-������'T?-V"*r  Musical Instruments!  The largest supply of musical goods in Revelstoke, %  <������l������    such as Violins,   Banjos,  Guitars,  Mandolins,   Mando- ^  I1'    linettes, Autoharps,, Flutes etc,  also every'variety of <&  i,*    strino-s for above, at *y  V .t3U.  CANADA DRUG, & BOOK CO.'S; ������$���������  Revelstoke Station,  li. C. ������������������ ^  The regular meeting  arc held In the Mas-  onicTciniile.Dourno'.*-  Ilnll, ou the third  Monday , in each  month at 8 p. m.  Visiting brethren  cordially welcomed.  G. S. FLIN'DT.'Secketaky.  A  neat, tasteful   calendar  is about the best ��������� pd'ssiblc,  advertisement, ,   and.     is  good   for  a   whole  'yeal*.  Take a look through our "  samples ���������- none ���������  prettier <-  are  oh   the   markct-^-and  'place your order early;  KOOTENAY MAIL JOB DEPARTMEMI  REVELSTOKE LODGfi, I. 0. U. ������.. N������. 25.  i      .-.--.  Itcguliir meetii|gs lire held  .1   in Qddfpllow's' irall every  Thursday night, at' eight  o'clock:   Visiting brothers,  cordially welcomed.     ,   c  A. C. THOMPSON,'Sec.  I1. MOOltE. N. G.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets every Tuesday  evening in Otldlellow-s'  rtl'J"n!' ������ "'clock.  , Visit injjVfcl liren'jlor-  dinllv invited to lit:  tend:  J. PALME*!. N. G. '  ewman  Dry Goods Groceries, Hardware. .Tinware, Powder, Fuse, Etc  Miners' and Prospectors' Outfits a Specialty. '     '   ���������  J. MATIIIE, Si:c.  a n. CAMPUELI',  C. It.  COURT KT.BEGEIE  I, O. F, No. 31G1.  Meets in the Qddl'ell ovv  Hull on the second nnd  fourth Mondays, of each  niaiilih.',' Visiting brelh-  rcn   invited   to'attend.  >��������� K. D. J. O. JOHNSON.  It. S.    ,      -  FIRE  PLiLGE  Gold ZtiUfgo Lodge,  K. of "P., No. 2G,  RovolsLoIsc'.E.C.  "ilecis o.ei> \Vpflnes-    =;=  JSlecis o.erj. n pniies-  dny in Odd Kellovv-.s'  Hull at S o'clock.  Visiting Knights invited.  ' JAS. GILL.  C.C.  J������V. MUHRAV.-  ICok K. & S.  s,   ���������.^������T^Pf-jgH"'D If-gS  yiCfORJA" i, C,  Fenders, Fire sets,- Andirons,' etc  Brass and  Wrought Iron Finish.  Liilcsl  d.'si^ns  in0li. .&   II.. Ro-  ^ci'|ition;    I3anqiii't,  -���������       Hanging L.-inips  Piano   and  Wrile for  Illusiriitionsof Conu.lcte  Uoi,sp Hmli'iiiiBi.     '   l '  Jg-tll Jt-iJLUI-WB^tmti  VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED'  WHOLESALE  H  ARVEY & McfJARTEK,  ������.VH������I9T"KM, flOMOtroHri, ]j!T0.  Office's:   Molsons  Uvnic   1'i.oci',   Hkvki.-  , STOKK,  u. t:.  Money to ion a.  Oillees: HovelMoko. 1*. O.i Kgrt Steele. I*. (J.  Gi*:o. H. McOauteu, J. A. H.vitvuv,  Iievelstoke, II. C. Kort, Stuelei H. C.  PAINTS ANP OILS  339 Hastings S.reet, Vancouver,  B, O,  Di-nnch Storoi Nolson, B.C.3  J.  w. cnoss, u-1).  SCIIGKOX TO THE C. P. tt., CITY UKALTII  OFFICElt.  -, Ofllce: Taylor lilock. Mackenzie Avenue.  \.  U. MOLDIfJII  V.VAr.VTlCVL (���������JIl'iMrgT ANp    ,  AMSAVRH.  rtoyal School of Mines, London.  .Seven years nl Morfa Works, Swiin-st.-i-i.  Seventeen   years  Chief   Cheniisl  lo W'ig.in  C'on 1 (ind Iron Co., Kng.  Lute (.'liemist and AssayciVlInll Mines. Ltd.  Kvery des-ei-iption  of  iis.-ay  and   analytical  work lintlerlakeii.  Clniiii-t exnniiiied and reiiorted upon.  UI-'VKLSTOKK, H. C". , 1-.'  lelennan, MeFeely & Company, Limited,  .WHOLESnLE.:HARDWARE!":,t^^'  and   Tiliiik. ���������'   MAJESTIC   STFET,   RANGES   for   Hotel   and 'Fninily   V &  Miners' and Mill Supplies.  Vancouver, - - '        British Columbia,  Jir.-inclie.s at, Dawson City, Atlin and licnnctt. '   I7."i,inini'i'-s lii'iin; sjj|| m piistm, with  nt. -it^n nf licin^ set fi ������*i* or In ought to  11 ial.  The   J'.ii-li-v,    Kn<x.,   town  liav inff to i-liooso, lii'l iv.'cn   |t*LI inj^  the  i ,-u .-(-(iiii sc   ,*uii!    iiianat'iiiL!;    it,    th������'iti-  ' If  Wan f.tm������l   AiIvIcp.  !       A.   -n-ildly   tiirluiii-ut   [i.'.'isMiit   vv-.is otrce  i u  witness in a  trial  l.cfon* f'fii.-f  lianni  I O-ffi-.iily.    'I'hc   C'.ilii-cl.   sifter   pestering  i hi'.i for stune iiine, put ,-��������� ipiesiioit t<, hnu  ��������� vrliii'-,   iTllcCtctl   on  the   witness'  clniruc-  connfil, i tor  that i\',  ���������alii V  ;iv<> fi e.  ���������v  iiniiii-  st-lv i's. dccid.'d to -s'ivt,*  P.ti.sl  cijiiil i ai." nn'cl in.U's-.  Tin- fli"-l ci-c lii'ou-s-lit  ng;T:ost  liilmt  an occa-iion liko   tin's;   when   all .should , unions in Seat.tl., midcr tli,* Invv juis-.vrt  united.  ki'  i  'J'HK lial lie may soon he on. Lih-  erals shf'uild he pr>'|inri-d fur l.he I'rny.  ('oiiser v nt ives ever yvvln-i e ;n o or^a ni/-.-  in^ .-uid hind al work. Their f*x;i111;���������!**  .xll'oiil.l lie fullovveil1. Iiy tiie lihel-Mls;  no time should be lost.    In this diHlrii-t  ye \\x nip  in fid- gid..'" was the ni.'s-t*. ci*.  '. ," '-'I'lnsel -ppeilled t-. l!it- i-ourt, Hf.lt-  ,-r iii,it nti answer- was nct-es-aiy (., |.:^  v'ci..'"  c:"-t'.  ending  up   with   rlie queiy,  ' iVh.-it tvuiild v'.nr lordship a'lvi-c ine to  "If ynu are revolved to repeat ;he qii"*t-  , l>v    Ihe   l.ist    h*^|s|,il in-e    (ti     fir-ohihit. '   lion," replied  i!.e ptnirt.  "I'd  advise  w.ii  j l.i.ic Uisiii.K e���������(h <1 iii ,-. vii-lorv for  the     1" '" ')'<���������' ;1 !itt,,' ^l'r'������, lh* wini������'sa."-.S.in  I,,. ' (I- r.-iiif-i..co Ai-gi.ioiiif.  ; I,. Inn liriiiu.. I    !    Tlie fii-i-iiuiM yovci nn.enl  lias-   est.ih- j  : lisheil lhesi.,nj|e |,|\- -lyil'-in, ns  Inn^lit I  hy I In* l'ollovvi.|s nf   Henry   (Jciii-i,'!',   in  'I WO of   ils,    cnliiiiies*,     .N*e\V    ('llillfil    |U1(]  K'eou-ChiMv, C'hinii. ,  .   The New Yorl.o: stni., fin's nppliecl. for  ��������� mi liijniK-i.iuti to j'n-oU'ct il from thu  BAUER & ASHCROFT,  ���������  Dominion and Provineial  Land Surveyors,  'MINING ENGINEERS,  .-iurvcyoi-a of Mines, Mlncrnl Cliiliiis and Crown  i Land", '  12 tf  VANC-OUVEK,   13. U.  Tlie Knvlnm Out".  Tlie envious [kt-oii i< the ninyt ini"<'i.i-  file of ah li ii in n 71 i.eiiig*. lie iiiuiii.li.-t  vipers which stin^ and devoni- him. is ihe  enemy nf all anil inllict-i rmut.il wotiinl-)  on charity, outrage-* nature, which ]j;-.-������--  tltiqefi e- )y , that ��������� which Is, good, /nnl  gniec,-which rarrnot ncM'n conc.-eit or ally.  ttault will -j-j*." avli.'  Grold,   Silver,  Lead,  and  Copper Ores'  w. peIlewTiarvey,  F, (i. H.. Ktc.  A*"������.iy Olllct.s and .Metallin-gical Works.  VAN'COUVKIl, I!, C.  rfiiuiplllig vVoi'krt, 7J7*7l!l f'f-inlcr Hln.-el,.  U prejiiirod   lo   [inn lid'C   tho   aliove    elasses  nf f.i-(M for th. following  Kiigllcli houses  whom he n*;,esciits. vl/���������:  Vlvlnti. & *���������'-'��������� s, Svviiiisr.-a.  Klllolts Metal Co.  Ltd..  fi-..rr>'p'.rt.  .South   Wales,  Smeltem,  lieOii rs, ricMllverlztTK;��������� Manufacturer*). ���������  OhooJ'iriij   simoltor   pulps  a,  apopialty  THE B. 0. ASSAY AP OHBMOAl SUPFI/Y 00,- (LIMITED),  (Lute iM.-K-l-f.-ii-lnfU' & Co.) ,       ,'.     ',     -  ���������      ' VANCOUVER,    B.  C.  We are iManiil'iifl nrers ami  direet  Iinport..*i-s, nnd   en irv. a lai'^e stock' of  Jjilaiices-, I'lirn.-ices, Fin; Clay j<ooils, Si-ientiHc and Practical Books, Glaus ware,  I hi tin ii n i woods, Acids.Cliein icnls n ml all othei-Assiiyei-'s and Miner's requirement!!  Sole Agents f(n* Moiynn Criieihle Coinpanl, *I3attei'sea,  Becker Sons! Balances, ele,  Caialoefiiu'and full pai'lic-'iilai'.s sunt on npiilinitinn,  Largest and Best-.  Equipped Hotel on the Coast ,  E vi'iy thing-iii-w' a Hi! tip-  to-date.  _       Popular Prices, Free. Bus.  VICTORIA, ��������� BRITISH G0LUIV1BIA   Stephen Jones, Trbp;;;:  COMMERCIAL   HOTEL  W.  E.  PORAN, Propriotor.  New and Modern and Strictly Klrnt Clans���������Good Sample Rooms���������  Kates S2 and ������2.50 [icr Day. ' .      .     ',  Corner Hastings and Cambie Streets; Vancouver, B. C. '  A PREXT"V  IN  ���������on    a   crowded    sh'i-i-L��������� wotildn'  excite a tithe nf thu interest iiiiwnft  'f-hoppors that tlie prices U.S. WILSON is quoting on tli-udy-tiiAtlt'  Clotliitig are cloin^. IP  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  IN THE OLD' DAYS.  *TJ.e old d������rsl    Do you ever think of them,  wo������n *.iltinu silent ae the shadows meet?  h     ������n lying broad awake at dead of niffht,  To lit*   " *''e ra'n <hat dr'r3 int0 t,lc caT������������  Do vou TL.'nt���������b"h0v, ,sweet w������*"50<*r >l������p  i the old days?  '/  The old davs. when   "ou rf*n,f'1 to &<>" M*.  Before you knew tlies-..*���������"'?,'1 "���������'������u-'- l,r'**8-.  When lookiiiu at the blue  hl}1' '���������" -*'V-'J'  And thinkin-jof the world i.."������* la-v beyond]  Do you remember hovT jou ���������rear.*'*'*' ���������*or ������t  ,       In the old dayjT  The old dayg, they are furrowed o'er with rraTeS,  The iweet faced mother, flrat and dfrtk.'-est friend,  flic old home faces that you used to know,  Your plavmate* and your sweethearts,  vvlvre are  they?  , Do you remember how you loved and lost  In the old days?  The old days!    How they brim the eyes with team  And till the heart with longing and regret 1  Oh, there are tragedies for every life,  And there are songs as sweet as ever sung*,"  And there are memories that never die  In the old days I  ���������J.,A. Kdgcrton In Coming Age.  A Story of tho Atlantic) Cable*.  DyPcrcieW.Hart.  2  __*'  ������  *  ?t*l+l*l*l*l+i*l+i������i+i#|.  |       TbeHwof     ,f  f Tbe Talking Ropes, f  ������      ���������<.-       -=- ������  ������  *  i*i+i*i+i������i7  In  the genera!  manager's private den  >. at the cable office two ofllcials, were in  ,,earnest conversation.   ,  "Xo. 4 has just given out, sir," one of  them was reporting.  "Eli?   What?" ejaculated-the general  manager in startled accents.   ''You mean  Xo. 27"  "Xo. No. 4."  ,'     "But I thought, it was Xo. 2 that had  ���������_ been working so badly .for the past two  days." ���������  ���������   "Yes.   and   it   is   getting   worse  every  minute.   Xo. 4 npparentlv was all right  HI...I- lY!!!1'.".!' !!>p !ili'-'!'������<,s!"yi"iiniinjf'r'i  *>p**P,r(l*    "���������I'"!    "av������" Wen    ciit    clean  through) by something.   Murphy has only,  .begun  testing,  but  he thinks  the break,  . to be not far from*the sore spot on No. 2,  ���������In. the    neighborhood-- of    the    Grand  .Jtnnltji.",,'  ti^nofbftr Hi-PR pr!*P������nf"*'l������ tinphqr. ]  siipposp. But. grncjoiis, jnan, tins, l'pnrpn  the'wounded No: 2 our only working line  -"' across the Atlantic!"  ��������� "What's the mutter with the ship?"  - "Something, went wrong with her" engines before she could make the other  splices, and they hud to run back to port.  Started avvny again yesterday"nhd should  be repairing by now.ii ��������� ���������    ��������� ���������.      -^  u*!-^'l.,>i,,JNf j4"o.K'3 ntif* go to splicing,  it will lerivD us shut off the best part of  the night,-just when the press matter is  rushing."        ,      a  , "J know it, but, if possible, they were  to miiko n temporary patch, without ij)-  lerferc-nce."  "Pretty close shading fan i.jj-".**     ���������  '   "[ ?^\������W ?���������'������������������"' ?.?.*   +1'?. wiiote p.restige  P.*5, tn? company, 'not "to speak  of such  .    thi*".*".'* ns th'p efrect'."iipo'ii Jjiis fCflr'-a i]ivj-  dends, depends upon the holding together  of that little battered place iu No. 2, ca-  "blc." '< --'  "���������"Vhat shall we do'?" ,     .  , "Do? Keep, No; 2 humming, relays.'nnd  nll.   Put the whole buttery room on, if  >  "needs be.. The Cnbliana has never failed  ���������  ?,B J-* ,ni.,?^!5P lilfi fiqn-nai"i'yif4 Vp.P"^-  ���������fton;-on her!1'  More than 1,000 miles distant and well'  ont on the hronil Atlantic nn odd looking  steamship wns tossing in the rough sens.  She"was trim nnd neat like a war vessel  1 or iyacht, as  far hs  paint (and  rig were  concerned, bat the resemblance extended  no further.  The decks of this craft were  crowded with machinery, huge iron buoys  hung  nlong  the  bulwarks, and  site hrjd  great ,pulley   ivjico.|j*  fitted  l|i  projecting  jjf nipt urns ht both how aticj' stern.   This  Was {he Cnbliiina, (he specially'built and  equipped cable laying nnd repair ship of  the gretit ocean telegraph company.  The wenthcr was stormy and disagrec-  . able nnd Captain Boylstou's temper "even  ...more so.  To dawdle nwny'ten months in  port  with  everything ready  for sea- nt  two hours' notice   nnd then break a pro-  ��������� poller shaft n short time qftcr stfli-tjjuf  TT1-5 ll'ld. PflQHS'l. Imt. lidded to this', hero  Kpro nonrly all the cables' needing to .be  picndod pt one npifthc same time.   If the  quick tempered skipper had-known that  the hitherto reliable No. ,4 had just fail-  fd,. there is no telling what might have  hnppened. - -,  ,   '  "Avnst there, Murchison! If you have  not'gumption enough to start that reel in  lively shape by this time, I don't want  you on my ship nny longer.* You're a dis-  ,grace \o the comp.-iny-s sprvicpj Clear  ,'(kit{ Mister Martin, isn't thero a mnn on  hoard that knows his business?"  The captain'hung on to the life lines  ��������� nd. fretted and fumed, while the second  officer and a quartermaster relieved the  offender nt the deep sen lend. With  nhnslied look nnd trembling lips the unlucky Murchison recklessly hurried forward.  "Beady, sir," quickly announced Mr.  M.nrt'H* ,  "Tlinnreci awny!" snnppcd the skip-  pep. '���������  Down plunged the heavy weight into  the wntcr, nnd the pianoforte wire upon  the big reel paid out like a silvery strenk  ' In-the reflection of the low drawing sun.  . "One���������hundred ������������������ and ��������� eighty ��������� two-  fathoms, sir," called the leads mini in n  fpw pioments.  "/"What's that?" ejaculated a young  mnn who hud just emerged from a deckhouse, looking strangely out of place in  hjs derby lint nnd ordinary civilian at-  tUt. "One hundred nnd eighty-two? If  It's blue clay, I'll wnger we're not 50 feet  from the bruise.' Just nt, the end of thnt  new piece we put in Inst year."  /'I hope you nre right, Mr. Cnnon,"  frr'fwlcd Captain Boylston, "but I'm  afrahl we nre not plnying in such Rood  inek. ns nil that. But, nt nny rate, it  nui'fi.t beJ3Par_"the spot. Mr. Martin, have  <h<Mnckle (Jffnri'd for us."  "VVry good! sir," replied the second officer], making his way forward.  "Here! Stnnd clenr! Let me look!"  cried' thfJ-fSkippor ns the lend enme up.  Inserting his lingers into the grense  filled, orifice nt the bottom of the deep  sea plunger, he brought out a lump of  dripping mud,  "Blue clny- it Is. You're right, I thinkj  Mr. ,Canon," Bnid Captain Boylston in  pleased tones.  The electrician merely nodded his hend  In assent.  "Lively wiln that grapnel!" shouted  the enptain in excited accents.  The Klcnmishlp by this time wns tnklng  nil Nh nil' of bustle nnd noisy prepnrp-  tioh,   Tlie picking up machine made a  pmeticc twirl or so'under the watchful  hand  and  eyo  of its engineer.  ',A   bow  rlavit was carrying tho big grapnel clear  3i   the  ship s   side,   while  a  gam,'   wan  busy making all ready for tho convenient  paying out of the hundreds of fathom*.  of chain  and   rope.    Men  were  rushin"  hither  and   thither    iu   performance   of  their  respective duties.    Even  the landlubbers,   such   as   eooks  and   wardroom  waiters,   were   lending  a   h.*,���������i.    Evc**v-  body was aglow with the excitement of  the chase. ' '  Everybody? Well, all except Murchison. Angry���������the uncharitable miirht  term it sulky���������at the captain's uncalled  for fault lindiiig. the lad had stowed liim-  nelf away-under the poop and now cowered behind a convenient partition.  At the word of command the big grapnel  plunged  into  the  sea,  and   tiie   line  went, flying out  after it.    Down,  down  down, more than 1,000 fi-et it went.    At  length the line's speed i-Iackeried.  ���������'Bottom, sir," conies the repoit.'  Jingle jangle!    Clung, clung! sound the  bells in  the,.engine room, and  the ship  commences to move.    Back and forwaid  in  short  laps she steams, at  the same  time  dragging   the  grapnel   nlong   with  her.    The ocean   bottom  is being raked  over  in  search  of  an   ill   behaving  employee.    One or  two- false alarms,  and  then   the  tiian   i\t  the  strain   measuring  dynamometer  announces,   "She'd, got   it  now, sure!'.'  OIT starts the mighty steam winch.  Over the big, well oiled pnlly ut the bow  comes the grapnel line. Slowly hut steadily the great weight In drawn up. .Higher  nnd higher, until the crowd of eager faces  In the bows of the ship light briskly at  sight of the'appearing iron hook clasping  light hold of the seaweed draped cable.  The electrician commences n dance of  triumph and shouts with jny.  "The grapnel is right ,on the old  splice," he declares. "The bruise .must  be just under'oui* quarter.' Couldn't have  hit it better if we had used a foot rule."  ��������� Some of the seamen swarm down and  put a chain stopper ,on the lifted bight.  The grapnel is broken nway, nnd stowed.  The hoisting lines bring .some more of the  cable to the surface. Inside of nn hone  {hat portioji'pC if wl.jch 'has b'e.eti vVou'nd  |s oil' fleck. The mischief' lies plain to  view." The chafing from some sharp rock  doubtless has worn through the outer  covering of stout,steel wires'and the inner ones of smaller.caliber.' tarred jute  A FRIGHTFUL CONFLICT.  Baltle Willi a .Maniac on n Chimney  230 feet Ui-^h.  "Every time I see a tall eh  ininey,'"said  lived   foi  am  re  they  was wrong  an   os-Englishman   who   has  many  years   in   Washington,  minded of a thrilling affair that happened  when I was a lad in Bradford, England,  my birthplace.    A 2.T0 foot chiinucj had  just been completed, and  two brick ma  sons only were left ou the top to put th..  linn-Jung  touches  on   it.     Both  of  them  weie big men.    One of them, a fellow'of  gigantic .strcmrth,  went suddenlv  insaue  just.as tbe last bit of woik was"done on  the chimney,. a,u] hjs companion  looked  on with horror while the maniac deliber  ately cut away the rope ladder leading  from   the   top   of   the   chimnev   to  th<  ground. '  "The maniac no sooner,did this than ht  turned to his companion and calmlv nn-  nouncfd that he was going to throw him  orer the side of the chimnev, to the  ground. They closed, and n terrific pro  traded struggle ensued. The workmet.  down below had seen (the. rope ladder  when it struck the ground, and  knew nt once thnt somethin  with the two men nt the top.  '    "'P}L'y f?ot invj,*i' f'-'-1'1 tlie chii'iinev nt a  sufficient distance to see what was "going  on up at the top, and they witnessed the  frightful encounter between the two men  I he .maniac frequently, by pure strength  got his companion over to the verv eilg-i'  of tho chimney.   Every time lie did tint  tho Piirio man would must?;* up all of hia  force nnd push the madman back.    Th"  hand to hand  battle went on for hours,  while a company of firemen down below  were endeavoring to'shoot a line over the  cliimiiey by means of n rockef  cannon:  , l-inally the sane man got a ceitain hold  on   the  madman and   broke  cha  latter's  arm.   Then the maniac lajr quiet.  "After hours of .'aiming the firemen  managed to get a line ever the chimnev  which the exhausted brick mason, almost  all out from his terrible struggle wi-.li'  the lnsnne^mau, grabbed: Theii lip drew  up the rope ladder,.fastonofl if anc" eamo  aowjj c������ tnp groini^, sinking into'a genii.  C^aiatoF*? condition, from 'which he did  no; emerge for days, as his foot touched  the last, round of the ladder.    Ilis hair  Qrders left at my  stables will ��������� have  speedy attention.  W. FLEMING.  NAKUSP HOUSE  i  Newly Opened  Furnished and Supplied  A FIRST CLASS HOUSE  X. A. SNOWMAN, pPoP.  MSSili  S0(f PACIFIC LINE  m  At  i ii:.*'  yarn nnd bituminous compounds.  I'.*f..t lllPEP ,'? ,fl ������;'sll"!V1)? SK**--.-.i-s 'ilje  pnblp niiq jayrng ��������� bare the copper conductor. ' '"' ' '    ' "    , '  ''Wow! It's m bnd one!" exclaimed  Canon. "Liable to have snapped off any  minute." " '       ,  '-/'We're only" to make n temporary  patch and mend tho other wholly broken  ones   first,"   announced   the skinner ab-  -.. ���������������������������      '.'',.7>r*i   nr.  . .H'tH H>e ���������'������������������>,w.<\   They had  reached  the to|>, o.f the 'chimney  "���������'���������nl W,,  ' '.���������-V'foi-'Pofnry, patch won't hold it ten  days. No, por a'single week probably,"  remonstrated the electrician.  "Can't help that. Those arc the orders.  We will nil earn our, salaries for ���������'some  lime to come, or I'm greatly mistaken "  t'l-UUibleil *���������;���������_; 'enptain.  ,' ,   . , '  Yt'ii'liP tl*Ml,l!atVV,0C1\''"1.',.,"-'������i.g -lie elec-  ���������ricint' was hinting quick connections be-  :weeii his'iasi'i-uinouts and the ba'rei"' paj-  ion p.'f the conductor. Almost Immediate--)  f tho littlo- key commenced, ."Click-  click, click���������click���������click," etc., at a great  rate. ' ,. . '  "The boys are working pretty hot  nshore, I guess"��������� began Canon admiringly-, nt the same time listenii.^ (H.te.v-  tively to the fH|ili]ii|r lai.guagp.' ' '. ' ' , <  ���������'But Iii; broke O.lt shorf in his comments,  nil'-' -���������'*" f!,c'c took on nn expression of  Consternation ns the sounds prugressed.  ''What is the matter,?" demanded Captain Boylston liui-ricHly.  The electrician tore off his connecting  wires nnd'criod:"OlTicial message going  over. If it ever gets through with this  leak to weaken the current, I shall be astonished. ���������Number 4 has just yoiio \v I tithe rest. Tljey'rp p.i-(lering another steam-  pr fq help us,'. The whole business now  depends upon this bruised cable. Mighty  Jucky we caught it as we did,"  ' Even while thus explaining Canon had  started his helpers to work at the patching. The captain, officers and all of the  crew not actually upon duty were clustered around the cable repairers watching their skilled labors with interest.  Murchison, as we have said., had hidden  awny in the bOW������ of the ship. He now  prnwled foith, but still cherishing a certain niiimosity against the quick tempered skipper, carefully avoided the hitter's  neighborhood. In a spiritof idle impulse  the young sailor clambered over the bows  nnd,,took up'n position upon the i-Hcntly  hoisted cable close alongside of,the chain  stopper. There, with every 'plunge of tho  craft sending him'within a few feet of  the tossing waves and every upre:trii)g-  lifting him high above (hein, ho curiously  wntehef) t||f;,holding shacklo.   '  Even the temporary pafchlng of an  ocean cable takes time. Moreover, in the  present instance it was necessary to work '  without inteirering with the rush of messages from both directions. Scarcely had  the first' layer of gutta perclia been put  nn when Murchison. in his out of the way  roost, beneath the bows, saw something  thnt made his eyes open wide.  The chain stopper upon (he cnblo close  Jieside hitn was working loose. -Either it  lind been clumsily put on in (lie first  place or else the heavy plunging of the  ship was responsible. At any rate, the  binding claws' most unmistakably were  relaxing, not enough to let the cable,slip  ns yet, but this was only a matter Of sec- '  owls. Through Mttrcliison's brain, in an  infinitesimal portion of time, Hushed the  probably consequences if this opening of  Ihe slinckle was not promptly forestalled.  Losing the cable after the trouble of  getting it was bad enough, but would the  wound���������ns yet not properly bandaged���������  iitand the new strain of being torn away  from the ship's clutches? No, it would  srinp asunder and leave, the great company without a single working line, humble  its pride to the dust, and incidentally destroy the high confidence which liitlieito  had been rpposcd in tho Cnbliana nnd her  crew.  Quick as a flash the lad's bnre hands  dove for the grinding stopper, while .his  shrieks of pain and alarm brought messmates hurrying to his aid.  Pain? Well, the flesh of fingers will  wedge even a slow loosening chain shackle for a few moments, but the combination of ���������crushing bones, spurting blood  nnd tortured nerves is more than agonizing, it must have seemed like hours to  the lad before those deft handed sailors  had clapped another stopper on the cable  nnd carried him in triumph to the captain's own stateroom for the doctor's best  care.  At this time the chief clerk in the metropolitan office reported to the manger:  "We'll pull tliinugh nil rkht now. Number 2 is in excellent woiking oi.ler again,  sir. They must have commenced patch-  Ini? It"���������Now York Press.  n\-ur|y  when (he iiis.uic man wa^ed over to the  e(lge, looked a round quietly for a minute  or so, paying no attention to the cries of  his rescuers, and then dived headforemost  to the ground. -lie was probablv dead  before lie struck the,earth, and ho was*  picked up a shapeless mass.'-'.-Washins-  ,ton rpst. ���������" '"    *  .    .   ... I.      t_i c ,  JOHN  R. GENTRY.  Hon* Ihe Fnniou.s Pneer Happened lo  ' '        Gel His Name. '  John II. Oc-airy, the w<-'/_ 'KlWvn ,lorSl>  man. told this p'^iy of l,ow , the great  IWj-'Pr camp. \o get his name*  ; ���������'���������" have been, frequently accused of taking advantage of (in opportunity to place  my. namp.bofore the public bv n.-iming  after myself the great horse thnfl owned  , and raced. It' is true that the animal  vas named nftet*. me, but I assure vou  that I wns not responsible for having  named him. I believe that I have ro-  .ccived no little advertising solely on account of thorpoQi-d of the horse. Ih'avo  (lever fold. tl*e truo story of how the horso  litlPPenedj to bear my own name.   ���������  ''When I, bought him in Wichitn, Khn.",  ho was but a small colt and looked more  like a Newfoundland dog.thnn anything  else.    His hair was long and so uneven  that  in appearance the colt approached  the ridiculous.    When  I  took  him down  to the farm; near Sedalia, the hired hand?  laughed   at   ,--,y   parcliase   and   declared  ljia.1 they would not allow,such an unpre-  pnssessiu-*- looking animal on  the place.  The ..reeling   against   the   ugly   duckling*  reached such  n  high  pilch  that  he was.  given but  little intention, and I  was almost .tempted to dispose'of, him.  , "I  decided to keep him, however, and  that ugly little colt was named John R.  in a spirit of fuu on the part of my hired  hands...iiul as such action was most uncomplimentary to me I  told the men to  refrain from jesting with me in that mnn-  tier.    They assured me that the naming  of the,colt was simply a joke, and nf it  was all in a spirit of fun I did not name  tho horse myself,'but allowed the men on  the place to continue to call  him after  me.  "The .colt grew i*n nnd was still quite  homely in appearance, but by' that- time  it would have cost me .*?,"() to change the  name on die registration books'of, the association. So he was called rfter, me  and iu later years b-'caine the most ruinous or,, pacers.' I campaigned him all  through the grand circuit, and as my  rep-.it.'itinu depended simply on the name  or my horse I owe my own personal success to the attempts of my hired men to  make fun of me by naming the homely  colt John It. Gentry." ��������� Kansas City  Journal.  The EtiK'llxh Barber.  "I've heard n gtent deal about the  cheapness of things on the'other-side,"  said Mr. Jack Geary the oilier day, relating liis experiences abroad, "but, about  the only thing, I found that is cheap in  I'nglainl is :i shave and a hair cut. They  charge fonrpenco for hair- cutting nnd tuppence for shaving. They give you a good,  honest tuppence ,worth at that, nnd  you're apt to lose a ctrille of skin nlong  with your nccituitilaiion of whiskers.  '���������The hotels'.- Well, (he best of them  in nil London compared with any of out-  first class American hotels looks like 30  cents."  Amepiea's Great  Trans-Continental Route  Quick Time!  ���������    Good Service!  First Class and Tourist Sleepers  Through  c  From'Oeean to Ocean!  Tiu^nts Issued Tliroiigli   and Baggage  ���������   t~lu-cked to Deslminion.  Daily Trains  ItKVKLSTOKIJi     , West  leave 17.30  TO AND KltO.WKOOTKXAV I'OIKTS. '  East   '  8.20 leave  S.10 leave ,  Tie   Canadian   Paeifle  Steamship Co.'s  STEAMERS  IR03SDAND and KOOTEN'AY ���������  heave Arrowhead daily for. all points in Kootenay, making ooanootion'-tt, NTiilcnsk for all  points on Nnkusp & Slocan'railway and  Slocan fjiiko. , .    ,, .  r    f  Close connection at Itobson for Nelson and all  Kootenay Luke mil River points, and for  Trail. Itosslnnd and point.* south.'   <���������  For "full infornivtion, tickets, maps, etc., call  on or address  T. W. BRADS HAW,  ���������   ' Agent, Itevclstoke.,  arrive 10. "o  Or to  "A*. F, AXDKI1SOX.  Trav. Pass. Agent,  NToLson. H.U.  .1. COYIJ.*,.        '',  . A. G. 1\ Agent,  Vancouver, H.C.  Frcrincnt Tenia.  "Do you call .lol;n Lnvvson nn honest  man'" dciiinnded an irate individual who'  had listened in indignant silence to the  praise of a successful ranchman from the  lips of n time serving friend.  "Well," said the oilier in a tone of "in,  who wisely temporizes, "all I can say is  that lie's been in court three times, accused oi stcnliiii:. nnd he's escaped every  time. I don't kn.iw any man in the state  that's had his hnnos'y tested any otton-  ir."���������Kiuj;a,-; Cily  Star.  The greatest  hciirht ever ronefcen In a  balloon   was   2i���������HiO   feet.     Two   of   tho  Kootenay Railway &  "��������� Navigation Company  Operating Kaslo & Slocan I'uilwav,  Internntioriiil Navigation & Trading  ' Company.  Sohodulc of Timo-Paciflc Standard Timo  Ktlcclive Juno Hi. TO.  .   ���������       Kaslo & Slocan Railway  1'iissengor train for Sandon und wav sl.-itiims  leaves Kaslo at. S a.m.- daily, lotiiriiini;, leaves  Siimlon at 1.1,5 p.m., arriving al. Kaslo ;'..5.5 p.m.  International Navigation and Tradlns  Company  Operating on Kootenay Luke, and Iiivcr.  S.S. I.NTKltNATiOMAi, leaves Kaslo for Nelson  at I. ii.ni. daily except Sunday; returning, leaves  Nelson at 1..KI p.m.. culling at llalfour,  I Slot  I'ay, Ainsvvortli, end all way points; connects  ���������villi steamer Alberta  lo and   from   ltonner's  1-eri-y. Idaho; also wilh S. F. & N. train to and  from Spokane, at l-'ive Mile 1'olnt.  ,.'S- ���������*-���������  AMii:irr.v   leaves Nelson  for  Ilonuur's  l'orry, 1 tiesdaysiiiid Snturdnvsat, 7 a.m.. meeting steamer Iiitoniiilionnl from  Kaslo at, 1'ilnt  Hay: returning, leaves li. *,.*s Korrv nt,7a.m.  W cdnoscliiys, I-nduys aii(|..Siiii(lnvv, ciniiinetiiig  wicli strimior Jnlernatiiinal and rot- K.-isl...  Ijii-iI.i. and Argcnta. llireet connect ions made  at. I'onners l-erry with (.rent, Northern Railway  for all points east and west.  Lordo-Dunoan Division  Steamer Inlerniillonal leaves Kaslo for Ijirdo  nnd Argcnta at K.1.5 p.m., Wednosdnvs and  I'l-iilnys.  Steamer Alliei-la leaves Kaslo for I.nrdo nnd-  Argcnta al H p.m. .Siiixlavs.  Steamers call al, principal landings in liol.li  dirjjc- Ions, and nl other puinN when signalled.  ,. .. ,/4.iso!'' fall points in Canada and the  United States,  lates   and   full    informal ion.  ItOW-IlT IIJVINC,  "vlaiiagur, Kiirilo, II. C.  To  ascertain  address: ���������  8 l.f  three  aeronauts   who, made  were suffocated.  this  ascent  Hegcnrs are unknown in Melbourne.  The poorest part or the city is the Chines' ouartcr.  The -.inn who e.-in give no renso-T* for  his opinions- is haidcst to chnnge.-IWHn  fMd.) Herald.  Gniiitmle i< an -j .pectntioii of further  fuvois.���������Oolvcito-j "Nev������,  OCEAN STEAMiSHIPS  Royal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Jtoutc to tho Old Country.  ALLAN UXI*-From Nallfax.  Parisian j)(!C_   <  SOLE AGENTS: GRACE &- MAYNE  Nurnidiiui ...  ('aliforninn  jj*  Laurentinn - - . ���������'���������'    .j;*  IJKAVKIl UNK-Krom Jlontrenl.  Ijiko Superior  Xnv    1)  Lake Ontario    -      -     J      -  '  ;      .'      ������������������ ���������' <>'!  DOMINION LINK-From Munlrenl.  Doiiiinion  Nov. IS  4 From I'oi-lliind  Cainbronrin  ])c,c o  Vancouvei       . "  '](5  nonunion         -               - ������������������   *,*���������)  Cainbroniaii       -             -                   . Jan."o  Pas-sengersliukeled lliroir;li lo all jiarls of  Groat, I'rit.un and Ireland, and at specinllv low  rates to all pints of I ho Kuropean continent.  Apply to nearest railway or steamship agent, or  to , 'I  T, W, BRADS-HAW, Ajfont, RQVfflltoISB.  R. HOWSON & CO   Furniture and  Undertaking.  Repairing and Upholstering Done.  Warehouse in connection for storage  of family nnd other furniture, trunki.  etc., at monthly or oilier rate.  Agents for Kaymond Sowing Afacliinci.  Revelstoke Station. B.c4Robert*   SaillSOIl.  Drnvin?   and   deliveiin-,'  Tenuis always   ready  notice.        Contracts  taken.    A������;eii*.  f.jr  a   specialty.  at   .shortest  fur   j<��������� Iiliin^  li. C. Oil O .  ^JBLMlJALIHLUIlM-UIUUll-ULllLUIIlUillUIIUBai  ^^ara.ig^^-uHiii*^ijii������'������i������������iH*uw������au.(,l!ii .isnmum  wxmimsmiU'iLaii  vmaKitau!i&nmim.M'WM3t THE KOOTENAY  MAIL.
Of Revelstoke
Include.- the wlu.lc nt" tlio two
towns. Jii'ully a lirst cl.-tss phuto-
Ki'iipli. Unmounteil -foi- in'.iilinu.
mounted, or iiiuiinU'il wit li suitable
frames, ("all anil >'oc tlieni. Also
cboice selecLion of phnLos nf B. t".
The Leading Store.
9 0
,        Successor to the McD. A. W. Co*
Revelstoke Station, B. C.
Better than   curnij   opr-i-a-r-Siiiilv-���
Dec. 1. ��� .    ,       ,  o
-      Jus. (lill made a   (rip   to   tlif   coast
tins week. '���
Tlie ride company w ill   rii ill   in   thfl
opera limise .Monday nitilit.
'    Miss Mild,i Tiirnios is 'now   cut.   oi
danger'aiul is rapidly inij-K-Hv ing.  *.-,*.
Frank .Koliiiis(-i), l\ainlii(ips, was in
lie wis. Luke a,day or so tliis  week.
J. D. Graham will leave Xllin i'm-
Kevelstokc on tlie lntli, fur a vacation.
Uotli lodges of Oddfellows will Inive,
initiation and degree . win k on next
week. , .-i        >,
li. How-son lias almost eniiiely recovered fiom tire efii.'clh cf Iris leu.-nt
Candid,lies for assayei ,s'   -.-er lificate-s
will be cxaiiiiucd at Violoiiu on   Nrov-'
��� ember '20. ; "(
E. A. JJillinari came iu fimn tlie
Landing Wednesday evening and ic-,
turned tire next iiioriiing.o .
A. ~5iT;itc*s resigned his position with
Geo. F. Curl is, the druggist, and left
for .New Denver 'I'luii-sd.'y.
Kate Lay,(the popular Trout Litkc
liotel man, was a Uevolsloke visitor
thi.s,week, a guest at tin* Central.
Miss iMildred Walker, ���'soprano,
Sinily Concert Co. , '    o
���There' was nothing duno in tiro
police coin t. this week except to. dispose of the usual iiiimbi-i of dri'ijiks.
'.Andy P.n'ks -is down fioni Sniiili
cr;eek. An'dy savs the gold is iln-ic,
less' some $oU0 thai.Jre   luotigln   down.
J. S. Lawson left Thin .via v I'm-
Trout Jj iko Cily on business connected
with Iiis mining inlece.sts - in that
d's'.ricl. ��� it ���- '  -
Ariliui- Andy h;:s rlisap|ieiiie'd from
'St. Leon ,s|ir ings'.-iiid all the circumstances point, to win d.s' his drowning in
Arrow lake. , "       ,
Manufacturers and
dealers in all kinds
M.damss &1II S Co.
liimdle of (lelliiii;,- by j.oliec. Oivner cm
have s.uiic 1*\ fiillhiK al police -l.ilu-.ji, ideuiilj-
intrit inul ji.ivinj,' loi-'aihei lir-iny;.
���9' ��� '     a
It '       " -"ft
, -2? Also shingles-,'   mouldings,   base 'J.
"^    boards, casings, flni.siiiny; luin- >��
&    bur, extra wide clear pine nnd fa
cedar.   l.oii{j piiiiPiislon limber vi>
K    cut to order.    A   Iiii'kc  n*!t.orl
r<*ji meiit of seiis-oncd lumber kc)iL _-$.
<"? on hand in the yiird and sheds *���**
J? at Ituvclslokc   b.v^ the   pioneer *T
���jS, luniber  ilcr.ler  of    Kuole i.:.\"-!f*
<fj vvlio also lids hud coiiniilor.ible j$
*). experience in ea.stern Canada S
<$ ' which enables him  to cuter for te,
1     ty what the builder requires. You1?
^'" will .���ilwa'ys'find luin ready for ^,
,  -"-j business. '       fj,
���S'l-rioo*. right.   l)isc-oiiii|,  fpi*. oj.ot. *?���>
^    ciifh.     Leave your order.       ,  it
* ~     -    <-   '     '    ���       -^-o1*
R. Tapping",
Store Will Be Open Till
10 O'eloGk To-night
Bargains in all
Are needed 'these ch'illy
nights. We-wani you to see,
the superb blankets were selling.' Every good feature
that the bast blankets should
possess is to be found in out;
No. 1 Special. Go over
them with a critical eye.and
see., how much better they
are than anything you've
seen at'similar prices. This
make is all wool, and very
fine'wool. The bonders are
' handsome and, fast colors.
All weights from ��� 5 lbs. up.
Pi*ices"fL*om $8 to , $6.
Flannelette Blankets $1 und
$1.25 per pair.
There's a great demand' for
/under\vear.     We're well prepared to meet   it.      At  first
'Sight we thought  pur  stock
O Ob
" too large. There 'has'been
lively .buying of it since the
days began , to get * colder,
We have them and are headquarters ' for them. The
ladies, the gentlemen, the
- girls, the boys, for all ages
��� and a" size-". ' The prices
of course arc popular.
You may be thinking of buying a jacket today. We are
headquarters for 'what is best
and most ��� stylish garments.
.Our prices a.ie ri->-ht..   ,
tJ\Jl lev.
Capital (paid up) $2,000,000.
Rest       -      -       $1,300,000.
HEAD OFFICE,���   -    -    -    TORONTO.
H. S'. HOWLAND,   President.'      T. R.  MERRITT,  Vice-President. .    '
D.  R. WILKIE, General Manager.
A general banking business transacted.���Letters of credit issued,
available in all parts of the world.���Gold dust and amalgam
-    purchased.���Savings    Department,     Interest    allowed    at
current rate.
A. R. B. HEARN, Manager Revelstoke Branch
Tni-ni'poniti-ii hy act of Pai liartient 1S.j5.
1 . -      \-     ���
"W.-vr. Moi.so.v MAOi-'iriSKSox. Pecs. '     S.' II. Ewixg, Viec-Pres.
,,K.  Wou.-iiitSTA.v TnojiA.s, Gciii'i-al JManagci*
PAID UP CAPITAL  < " - ��      -' ,   ���      $2,000,000
���   1,500,000
A scnoml blinking business triiiiwn.li* 1.   1 titcrest ullovvcd on deposits at current rntcs.   , ,
J. D. MOLSON, Manager^      ���   - REVELSTOKE, B. C.
r'?iv<ii./'i*!vv*ki.^^' **i/sVvt*v<v'^v*ii^v^r^a^i^^^'^^^
"    / ���, .
Pants for Suntluy or o\'r
cry day wear
'Pniii.8 with, lin; pncki'tR
AI "Morri-i Sc Su-i'ils-.
P.-inls'thiiL will vvcar
Pauls- that, won I? I ear -
Pants thai' wont lip ' m cvciv pnir
Will, porlu'l nn ('iic'li hip p.lll)s   U\nl   :II.e    pnnLs
Pauls liir the rich a-rain I say
Paul-, fin-Hid P'in.i'        , J',*,,?( s for every hod y |.(i
Pants thai, i-an I, In* lii'iil,- ,    |)ti jr.���...-���, away
Ol'lliis w-iu-i-siiio p.1IltK   wi,i,ouf; pockets
Pauls   or l.he^n'.il is liiilimitod gall
Pants lor lin- sin.ill., , ]j.,vi,,, lWv pr,cki.t p*int
or no punts at all., ,
]D.tnls fur the shot L
Pauls foi  the tall
%        MORRIS & STEED, Front' Street, Revelstoke.
Cash 'Bazaa;
���P. !���;. Drew,   , '
a  "viKKTiNci of Tin-: :.n.u-:i;.vi.s nf i;o-.*|
���  ' X\-   eNtoki'  is culled  to  iiuVt    in    "r.iii]iii!���-'s ��� r   ~. ��� -*j
OpoiM IToiisc. Tiir.s(l,-ij-' c\ ciiin^r. Nov t'li.l.rr, 11. (7?^** l'\
Kk'ction of ofilcci-j niul oilier  busnu-ss cf i:n   i M ��-t.
pot-tan ce.
Hv culur.
5*1  !
"*���   ^    m   B      H
L-   - ���
dpi       Cr��n
*e scasoi!  ;s   aooioachinci'
ion of the City of Revel-:   ,
Wilcn   \ (11!     Wiii    i't .|t!i!*tj
p _ '   <��� , '   .
'' '< thi'i'j Vwirm   -iri
\\"e would dtavv atti'iUion 'o our
own maki' of aii- tight or
o .
Queen Heaters
This is our third year for making
the.si' f.ivorito IkviIpi-s and all
have given salisfact ion. .> A few
jinint-iin foinparison with other
maki-s. W'i' Hik- our sLoves all
��� ' the way up. We put, ithdoulilf
hotioius. ^Ve use i-old rolled
-sLi't'l for linings, not- light s-lu-et,
ir.'iti.. All our Work is gitat-.-in*
���tcfil and w^ a're here Loina'kc
good ;\ iiv defect.
KtH-c.uiagi- Iloiiu^Iiiditsti y.
V V   i l * I L
n'-c i"1"'
l.I   !
'. ^
, -VTOTiei-: IS IlKKKliV (.IVKN i'i.-i. n !'s! of    in;
j_>    llu-pcisi-ns (-untie.! t i ixic .i'   ;!������  . i.,n:-
cip.il elect ii.iis Kir tin    (,itv   a''   Rc^-.-i-u.^.-   r.ir
the year r.K'J is 'now   in c.iir*.' or   |..-. j .'   .l-.n
.aiirl will lit* vloseil un   J)r-.-rail, r   It'.   I*' >     A 1 '      >       .
Iiei-sons vlaimi'i*;  lo   I..-  'Milled*-   h   vmi   ,u     [)!'��')  lLk"l;    ...
such ulorlii.ni s|,finl(!  m.iki   ..;���:.... aiiu'i   :>  |1*. '    ���
Ulut(.'l*siL,'IK'(l    lief....'   s���|,|   fl.it'-"  lo    In.-, i,      :'<(���.. ] .   ���
ll.llllC.s- lil.H-ed (111 s.Vci ||,.. ,     'I     ,14   IO   I       fl-i,1-! 1, |..|,f.',
D.iled .VovLiniier l.itli, lrt',1.
c. i'. sn \u*       . ( an -rin   -     *
< :.: ( I"
In'   1    '     .'���>*.. ii-1   .'..
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1      , 1
.- ;'-*   '.' ex
ij ���-   a;*.'!   !'.;;-.jni-
lul-s, ^nt! wo*:1.". )������ --j .(��������� ;���*..!''v -:*,!:
'  lh' >������ \>. h') i;r.cn*!   ���(
("'oth-1   Tl.irilvv.n-i* .-uid Tiiisinilliing
.'.-'_���   <j
���f*"** H 3 i?��� r��   �����***>      P5 'fW     ?5*'-n^r~*iF*ri
iincAr1 l*!nh WOUU
or   Fire
Send   V(jur _order
W'j'Xi to
Ob you. know   thai we have
an 'excellent ' sloc!<   of   dw
'""bods of  every 'description.
Fur Gapes, ��� Oapines,
Collars "and ��� Yisites
Muffs,' Ohiidren's , Fur
Gauntlets. We sell our
fur goods like all other goods
with o guarantee that-money'
will be refunded if not found
exactly as represented.
We would kindly* ask all who
can to do their "shopping in
the morning. The after-
noon our large staff of clerks
are very much overtaxed.
We   do   our   best   to   give
1 *. o
��� everyone   the   very   best at?
uake city
]. A. STONio.d^roprietor. .
Rates, $1 per day. .'. .
Electric lighted, furnace heated*
Newly built and furnished. . . .
���Finest.and   best  supplied   bar,
. .': . in the citv	
, U' c.t 1 .-!"(!
j'.-'cp'    pi:i*ci,,: , n
ig -'i: (.��� lii.ii :h
Corporation of llie City tf Rev-, h(il,v
��� ' On   �� -.hfl,:i
',   .j'.i\    li:;-;���>
c I    Oi'n-    t/'.'.d:*.
fi '���wiic-rc-.
!�����������:'!    vili
.-;t tl'.e S;iwjhill Office
\ e
II deliver al
<i "*
Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke; B. C
aar: r^rizzttzzszzrBasxjzs&yjzxr:
O-OO-OO-O-C-O-C -Q O-O-O OCK>0-0<>HDk>0-0<K)<):-9
SI PSR DAY.�����rk
Newly Euilt. ������'
Lighted by Electricity
Throughout---   :   ,
'i f.'-ird. iii Short Lengths, or
1 ���   '
\' ill    b:    .     iv.i.u:..!    our"!i.'i <���
conn'.cr i;Kvr-rn
VOTiei*: t-' in:!.'!-:
~>-i   p^.r^)
n ''��� \ 1.
i>)   tno.e   wlio   cio   iiV-ir   own
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wilt i.��h..|.i ,.t 11.. .nil.. ..f i!,.*<-.m <'. i-k   i:.'v \^i   ij   .4, J.J/rL~1.2.\jJL}Zhj-,>,j.     /?->^
e!-i'>k... H- 1'.. ..'1 1 li'- lvi 'i diiv   ..I   Ii. 11 ml..-,    il ' '           ��� '4v      i* a �� r\ f\ n. j m. r=n
^=5*-v 3 j U I) D 3 V L ^s
11.(  hum* ( I' I" 111 link   in   111��-   fuic in ..11 fur III.
-f.nri.ri'*.. of iir:iii!i^' . iiiiipl.-iiiil-  ..-.*.- I II" 1-   .
��(���-���-liiciil   a-   11 .-i.ii-   fen-   tin*    v.ir    I'i'i l.v E1 ��� ��� - ���   ~vC~n"T ^~. i- ^^ "J���   ���,,       /?*"'���" 1 T
iu*.-.-...r.��ii-l   f. 1-  ri-v.' .u  lui'l   r*..iii'. i.i-- ll���        \/V   SjljG^ft?"       X J> 5 O-P K"*^
ri.tlcd llii-l'ilh Nov. i.il.cr. l-!0
C. K.  -HAU-.
Cilv ('!. r!*-
1' I
'���"'��� ������ -.' ii i" ;> . 1 . i.e.. uk.v-. u c, 1 Li'S Jiv $3 it II
G-old,   Silver.  Lead,   and
1  Copper  Ores
w. pe!Sw~haiiyey,
_   I _
1 c-
; scientific
: Books ^������zrr~y��
1.1' 1 - 1;. 11
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K. (I .<, Kl,.
.\-.-.-.y Ofll.-fi nnd M. l.illur^;. :.l W..-k>.
V.WCfiCVKl:, is. e.
fiililliliilS \\"(ii-ks. rj,"-""' I'l-inli 1 ~l:" (I.
Is jirfjiiircfl   In   pur. "rfl'.i.   tl.c   .��'����������� c-    .*i,i,-. - . -��� .���������   -   .. ^    'u*i. '    .    I    m
of  orc-J  for  ll-'-folio-.-i.-ix   i;t.r;;j-,',   l,oi,-.. -     . \!,lt,,.  .^lM ; ������ ���i r,r ,,(-,,,    - :< i.'iik- ������.,. 1 - ,n  ,  in ..', /.,,,',', \ ',,,���  ,,'.,', ���;,,..
vivK'K's^iJr^Hon. 3.,:.,! .... I       P-W" ���!-.. ' I 'J "���' ��������
Ltd..  D-.n-viKir-i.   f-oiitli   W'.i'--.   -������,1 !!c- I 1         ,
Hrf.n r*-. Ucsll'tii/ci-*. y.n;.-.f.-���������.���. 1               ^VT   .'"   f*      V /,   *7^T   a   �������-;', .��"!'    ! ���' -' --r ��� ' '-<: '-'
ChooJ^ine    cmoltcr   pulpa   a   Bjioolal'.y 1  w"-l"i, .-/j,.! J. sj , ..���-*XiU.^,*i..L'"'J  j jj1.  Bul-TGi*
1'urveVor of 1 liijli-class Meats
All fii-dci'-s in iuii- line -vill lie   |)r(iii)|illy
.-illi'inli-fl Id.
.MIXKRAI.   ACT,   mi
C?riiOoate of Jniprovemsnts
"".!'.i.i,i;.'ii., '   -'Viiiii-fi'i' i-i-    I-'iik I inn, I'mi-
���';.-i- "J.ni^ui I-i.i. tii'ii," "Olfllif.in."
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ri ,n ' ii.Im ml i i.iiini -tin il.* in llu* li'.'vci-
-ro',o- ()i-, i*.;..n of ',\ i ���! Knoll ii.i,v, Wlii'i..
lo, ,i!i i|-  llu--, i,i< ('ml
u;i: '.'f/'i'rci*; n ii  i, 'riiMn.is n.^hvm,
..'.<<-nl f'ii Tli'- (Jfilil   l-'icjii*'  ���<'   linli-li l-.i).
i/n!.i.i. l-.ii.il-i!  ifnii i���*iii   I'm-  ".Lni'i*'*. Cii'lill*
il.!*-   N'o   It. I">.;|(', In1   nl.   -i-.lv  .In v> I 'Mil I lie
fi,<l'* h"f ��� of, io ,i;,| I.   to ilic  Aliiiini:  |.'<*. i.i.l. r j
fu" ii <'< :l il.i in .j 'if Inii "ut i mi n't  for  l.-icp'ii- |
;h,j" of iil.l.i'nlii/ ii (': ii". n fiiiiiil   of  llie .ibuu* !
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v ml i" i "II '"��� i.i1.'- so'ln*   tlnf   ,.i ;|n|,. --nil'i .
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"Pi'rirv   '     Ii.ituiJ l!i!*( I'iIi ('.iii n' \iicinl. I*!''i.
���>��� ���* UP' i 17 f '    TIIOJIA.-i OKAIIAM.
Best Brands of
Wines, Liquors and
0V 'Jt��Jl��KSZ!S.1X.
AllGK   AN'IJ   WRI...I, . LIGJ-ITI-'D
SAJII'M'" 1I0OMS.  'lientcd hy
l*s���� liot, nii* and olcoti-ic bells  -Hid
light in every room.   Ii'i-bo btis meets nil
\   ��\\ /^^T*/^  T*% I    A  ���' REASONABLE-RATES.     '
\S   LJ U ��� fi IN;   I   ��jft    XWit Orill nnomlncoiinccliolif.i.-tlie
OT %    J) V.    vy   ��      H   tt JlW   -���������"���*:**-""iV"<"t\of Kuc-ts nn-Ivine tin I du-
U      tl ^=��y   ,   b       ns^^   a      M a a      u pai-Uiifj bj* iukIil tnun*..    Hourly afreet
car between liotel .mil stnti
Notaries Public and Conveyancers   '
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Solo Agents Smelicr Townsite Fire Insuranco  Money lo Lonrr


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