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 PUBLISHED   IEj-VEIRY  THZT^ZRSID^Sr.
Vol. 7.-Na 32
KEVELSTOKE. B. C,'NOVEMBER 8, 1900,
$2.00 Per Year.
The' Municipal Council
V
Tin- council met Friday evening wit.h
acting iiiriv ii;-, Al-rahauisun, aldermen
KilpiUiick, Kc.wman, McMahon, and
Gordon present.-
��� A communication w.-is received from
Robert Samson .-ulvisiiig council that,
judgment had been given against liii'n
in'case with Burns ic Co. and that tiie
#10.51) paid hy hiin Io tli? cily would
(*. have to he refunded. Ife considered
that as lie w.-is doing his duty the city
should .pay any rusts lie was put Lo in
the mallei" and asked thai. Ihey do so
and also furnish him with lhe necessary,
funds to appeal Llie case lti.-i.Vnvd to
city solicitor.
F. Btikci;, wrote, saying that his horse
had   heen   impounded    hy   two   hoys
while nol in cily  limits and asked that
,   Lhe  poundage  fees   he   refunded. " Referred to chief ol police for enquiry.
Aeoiht ri'-!uiimuuicat ion was received
'from -Mr. Bilker asking council   to   pay
him ?2o, co.-t of maii-rial used .in- side-
'���    walk on First street built  hy  him   last
spring,    l^iled. ' " '
���.' <   \V. M. L-iwicnce, chairtiKUi hoard  of
.' ma ringers of ��� the Presbyterian  church,
wrote asking that a light he  placed  at
corner 'of   Third   street   and   Garden
avenue    Clerk   to  answer   I hal   light
*- i        ,
will he placed. , ' '     ' '
"     T. 'W.   Bain    caili-d  ',attention'   of
council lo rt pairs necessary on' street-.
" Referred lo pu'ilic works coiiitniLtee.'
Moved  and   r-.erouded   by   Aid.   Me-
M.-ihoii and Goidou   ihat,;; tlio light on'
U.ingias street hill,bo moved  one   pole
e;i>l and anolhei" light be placed at the
'font of   lull;   also   one   on   cornel    of
Second street and Connaugkt   avenue;
, also one on  Campbell  and  Counatight
avenue   cross-ing.      Referred   to'   lire,
' water and light committee.
1 A coumitmicalion was received from
Department of lhe Interior expressing
regret, fur delay in answeiing letter- re
grant for additional cemetery grounds,
file containing council's letter, having
been misplaced.     .
The public works committoe reported
making lhe following i ('commendations: Street crossings across First
street���near,Ci I y Hotel, on west side
of Uonnaughi. avenue, on west side of
Orton' .avenue, (jravel filling- to be
placed at ihe following street dossing:-: At the corner of Government
load and Tiiitd street,, llie Engli.-h
church, 'the corner of Boyle avenue
and First r-lnv'l, the corner of Mt-
Keiv/.ie avenue and First si reel, the
cornet of MeKen/.ie avenue and Third
street, the corner of McKenzie avenue
and   Fotulh   street,   and   two "at   the
o
corner (if Hohson avenue and Second
street. The ditch to he deepened at
the south.Mill- of Second street between
Wynn street and Tapping's flail.
Eight foot plank approaches lie built,
atSecond street ou Garden avenue and
First street "on MrKetizie nvenue. A
six foot nppioitch to sidewalk and move,
fire alarm pole at llu* corner of Ghat !(���.���.-
and Second street. Tho approaches to
street crossing-at tlie corner ol Kind
and Second sir. et be made eight fool
.wide and some addil ional earth lilling
put in. Three box drains to he put in���
���] at the corner of McKcuzie ji venue
nnd Fifth slrt el, I at I lie corner of Mc-
Kenx.ie avenue- and Fourth street, J
across McKciizic avenue at Third
Ptit-cl. Noolliei sidewalk!) ot crossings except those meiii ioned above to
be const rut-led this vent.
&
*Tli'c great political battle yesterday
resulted iu lhe, endorsement of the
Laurier 'goyeriunont and .for another
four years the people, of-Canada, will
be assured of a good .honest, administration of* public affairs The results
so far obtained from 203 constituencies give the, Liberals a majority over
all of *15. Ten constituencies are sliil
to bo heard from and even.should ihey
all, go Conservative���which is altogether unlikely���it would still leave
the government a majority of 3*5. In
Quebec   and   'the   .Maritime   provinces
a?-
w
Ay^p
0
'���Xi
t Ill-
government,
g uneu .lieavilv \\ 'uie
made a
we-at   Manitoba split
in Ontario the opposition
gain.      J ti   the
even, ,   the   Terrilories"    went    solid
for'  the.     go-ieriiinent,    and     British
Columbia remains as before.'    The government   ministers   were   all returned
by   handsome   majorities,  Sir   Wilfrid
Laurier leading with over 3000'majority.    On the. olh-'i- hand lhe Conserva
live   party    leadets   were ail defeated,
Sir'Charles   Tupper' being defeated in
Cape Breton by'over -100 voles,  Hugh
John .Macdonald (ilie Saviour'(?) of lhe
Consei vat ive part;') suffering defeat, at
the  hands   of   jloii. Cliftoid Sifton by
over 300 votes, and   again   Hun. G. E.
Foster   in   Si.   Jehn   Cily, N.U.,   was
beaten   to   a.  slaud.iliii by Hop. A. G.
Blair, the popular minister of railways,
Blair's majority being 1037.       In   our
own province Prior and E irle weie re
turned by   -00   majority, while Ralph
Smith'wins ir. Vancouver constituency
with "250. "major it v.- and' Auh.y   Morii
iNcw
Hastings, R���-YV B Northrop,'Con.'
���Hastings, N.���A \Y Carscallcn, con.
Hastings, YV.��� II Corby, con.
Huron, E.-P McDacdonald, lib.
Union, S. ��� Liberal.
Huron, Yf.���K Holme.-**, lib.
Kent���C Steven-., lib.-
Kingston���U il Hi-it ton, lik
Lanibtoii, E.���Oliver Simmons, con.
Hamilton, W.���T J Johnston, lib.
.Lanark'. N.--B Rosamond, con.'
Lanar!i, S.���-Haggart, colli
'Leedsnml Granville, N.���J RLivelle,
Leeds, S.���G T,iyior;"(.-on.
Le:i:iox--Nol heard from.
���Lincoln and Niagara���E A Lancaster,
sou's   elect nm .is   conceded    n
'Westminster.
' ^ - .   *-      ci
The relurns'started to come in about.
4:30 yesterday5 "aftei noon, and as the
results ft oni lho dilieient const iluen*
cies-J^f-oW-lo show that' the Laurier
"ovonimeut   was   lieing  sustained the
O      I l
enthusiasm at the Liberal committee
rooms knew no bounds. When, however, it became known that Tupper,
Macdonald and Foster had heeirde-
feated the crowd yelled' themselves
ho-irse. Bulletins were posted outside
the. committee looms a.s fast as lhe
returns were - received and the public
were kept informed right along how
the fight was going and, ex-iclly how
the parlies stood. The following is the
result,.so fa" as obtained, in'the differ-,
ent provinces, with a list of candidates
elected :
j, in.
cw;
Ontario	
35'
03
Quebec	
5G
8
P.E.I	
l
1
N.Brunswick .
9
���i
Nova Scot iti. .
13
���[
Manitoba
o
0
N. W. T	
i
0
U C	
1
2
I?
1
Total
1
(.7
TOTAL
SO
6-1
5"
14
17
G
r
���r
���i
L'03
.Mr. and Mis. II. S. Wilson and family
returned Monday evening from a
three months visit lo eastern cities
including Toronto. Niagnia. St.
Catheiines and New York. While at
the, latter place Mr. Wil.-mi visited the
cutting schools and took in llie latest
pointers.
It. A. Upper is in receipt of a leltei
from Mrs. Cntlcll,-mother of Ihe young
man v.-ho left I'm Lb-dowel. On! . some
three weeks ago, in which she ex-
1)1 esses her I hanks tu all wlio assisted
her son, and says that. he. is .now resting easier all hough having had a, hard
t.riii, and hopes with care to soon be
pestered Ui-henllli again. ���;,,",' ' ���'    ,'���,'
'iNTAiiio- {yj. :-ii-:.m;',ki:s.
Addingio.-r -.\ W B*-n, con.
Algpma���No elect hm.
Bothwell ���1> A (I'urd.'U, lib.
Brant S..-4J B Ileyd, lib.
Brockvilie--l.'olbei t. con.
Bruce, E.--H. Csrgiil, con.-'
Bnlee, N.���Xol  lierrid il'Olll.   '
Bruce. W.���John Tobine, Iiii.
{'.irdwell��� Juhiiion, n"A.
Co lelon���Kii!il, con.
Cornwall ;tud .Storuu'm
eon.
Dimdas-- .\ Bidiler. con.
Durham, 10.--II A Y.'aid. con.
Durham. W.- -it B.-itb. lib.   ���
Elgin. H.-A IJ Ligram. cmi.'
Elgin, W.--A D MrGegan, lib.
E.-^sex, N.-R F Sulh-'iiaiid, b'o
]0>sex, S.���.M Iv Cowan, lib. :
]"i-iiiiten.-'.c-   II i.'.ilv in. con. ,
Gh'tigai i-y-J T Scheil, lib. ;'
Gi en vill,-, S.- Dr-J \) VAu\, c..n. I
Grey, L.��� T S Spuui'e. (���'"���ii. j
Giey, N.���10 II iloi sey, hb. i
i
Grew S.���Ricb.ard-on. i un. |
Haldiniaiid and .Mciick ��� -v T Thump- j
son, lib-
HaTt,oii--0 !'.-I.dersun. eon.
Hamilton- F C Hi nee and S  Barker;
eon.x
con.
L'indo!!--C S Ilyiuaii, li!).
1 Middlesex. E.���J Gil:iiom",.coii.
i'.f iildiesex, ?>T. ��� j Sherrilt, con.
. Middlesex, S.���M McGugan. lib".    ���    '
iMiddlesex, \V.���Not heard from.
'. Mu.-koka nnd   Parry Sottiid���G  Mc-
Coruiack. eon.
' Ni pissing���Election postpo.ned.    "
J ENorfoik,'   N.���J   ,Ch;i!-llon,   lib.,    ac-
claniatio.'i. ' ���'[
. Noi folk. S.���W Tisd.-ih;. coo.   -
N.irthumbeilaiid.   W.--J  B'McColl,
'lib.
ft\ Noifhumberland,' E.--E    Cochrane,
con, .       r      w    i.
Onlaiio, N,~Nui heard from.
:    Onlariu. S.--W. H-.i.-.?,' lib.
Ontario, W.���Nol heard fi;om.
��� "Ottawa��� 1 conservatjve, 1 liberal.   ,
Oxford,-N.���J Sutherland,.lib.
* Oxford, S*���Sii R (Jai-l wright, lib.-
Peel ��� Tv Biain,   con. ��� ,
' Perth,J\7.~-A F McLai'en, con..
'JVith, S.-DKErb, lib.-
Peter boro', E.-J-Lang, lib.
J;)ei,e!boi-<i\ W. ��� Kendry, con.
Preseolt-^-Piourx, lib:
Prince Edward���G 0 Alcorn, con.
Renfrew, N.���T Mackie, lib. .    ,
Kenfrew, S.--A A Wright.'lih'.
Russell���W C Ed.u'ards' lib.
Siincoe, E.���G Ohew, lib.'i
Siincne, N.���L G McCarthy, ind.       v
Simcoe, S.���H Lennox, con. ,   '
Toronto. C ���W. It Brock, con. .
Toronto, E.���A E Kemp. con.'.
' Toronto,, W.-EF CI irk."  and  E B
Osier, con.
Victoria, N.--Not heard from.
Vif-toiia, S.���A Yrooman, con.
\Yalerloo. N.---J E Seagram, con.
Waterloo, S.���G A Clare, con.
Wi-lliuicl---\V M German, lib.
Wellington, C.--J McGowan, con.
Wellington, N.���Not heard from'.
Wentworlh and N. Brant��� W Patei-
son, li.b.
Weiilworth, S.���E D Smith, eon.
York, E.--W F Macle.-in, con.
York, N.-W Mulnck, lib.
. Yot k, W.-N C Wallace, con.
\.-)VA SfDTIA --20 MKMr.IiHS.
Annapolis-KB Wade, lib.
Antigi.ni.-.h*--0 I*' Melsanc'Hb.
Ci pi'   Brr-lon -Dr   Kendal   and   A.
.Johu.-.'i'i;i, lib, ,
C\ilchvstei ���S 10 (lourlay, con.
Cumheilaiul ���Lugfiii, lib.    ' c
Dighy    A .1 (!o|ip. lib.
iJuy-boio ���!) C Fraser, Iiiu
ll.;iif.-!X~W B.rach. lib.; II L Borde:��,
con. .
Il.ints-n Uus-M-ll, lib.
Hiveriiess���A .MacLe.iiiian, lib.
King's-FW Burden, lib.
Lunenburg���(J 10 Kuulb.-ich, con.
Pictou ���Sir  C  II Tupper and  A
Be'll. con.
NEW UHlCniWJCiv ��� 1 I  .MliMHKHS.
Albert���W. J. Lewis, lib.
Carleton-ij-F.  Ilale, con.
Charlotte-���G. W._Gaining,' con.
Gloucester----Turgeoti, lib. *
Kent���6. J. LcbUnc, Iiii.
ICitig's���Nut heard from.
iVorlhuiiibei land���J. liubinsun, con.
l^estigouche���j. I'.ei-!, lib.
St?' Jolin   Cily��� lion.   A. G. Mair,
lib., 1037  i n a j". '
St.   John    City   and   County���Col.
Tucker, lib. ' ,    ;
-   Suiii'niry and (Queen's' \\. \).  \V:i!mol,
con. '        .        '       -
Westnnrel.md ���II. ]}    Kincson, Iiii
f t
Victoria���J )\ Custigan, lib.,  nee.
Yoik ��� Not heard fiom *   ,
MANIT013A- ��� 7 iVKMCHIiy.
Si   Bvi'.eint he - Nol h"aiil Ircm.
Si. J. si in'- ,-r.i ! I''.   v':;e -LYmei.--, '.
S!i"".'V..r.l   '(; i) Pai melee. Ii!i.
Slicr-'--i-i'-i 1.C--.I .Mijuli^h. t-|in.
Siiubiiiges--A Boinl'i nn.-.is, lib.
Staiisi.ea.d - iIeni-y���Loveil, lib.
Tnhiscouta-C A���Gauvreau, lib.
Ten-iihonne-T-l?. Profenlaine, lib.
Three   Rivers   and    St.    Maui ice
But e.-iu, lib.
Two Mountains-.J A C Elhier. lib.
Yaudreuil���II S Ilarwood. lib.
Y\"iight---L N Cliampagne, lili.
Yairia>kat--I)."" Migneai'dt, li!>.
li.
The Presidential Election.
' The presidential election in the
Stales on Tuesday resulted in the te-
turn of JMcKinley as president, and
Honseve.lt \ ice-prc-i-dent. ,
Lalior ��� Candidate 'Sneaks
Brandon���lion. Ciili'ord Sifton,
iii..,
3C0 maj"   ��� ' ���      ���
Lisgar���11 L llidhardsoiV, ind. lib.
MacdiJimhJ��� N Boyd, con.'
Marquellc���Kot ljeaid from.
Provendier���A A C Lalliviere, con.'
Selkirk���In doubt".
��� Yvinuipeg���Puttee,   ind.; 1!00 niaj.
1'. K.' ISLANIJ���5 MEMBlr'RS. ,
King's���J"J Hughes, 1th.
,   Prince, E���A A Lefursry. con.,
Pi-ince, W���B J) McLollan, lib.
. Quecii's, E���D'^rcKinnon, lib
Queens W-Sir L IL Davies, Ii:)."
'   Nr.  W. T. ��� \  JIH.MBliri.-3.
Alberta���P Oliver, lib.    "    .
, As-iinib iia, E ��� p I'Jglus,' lib.
Assiiiiboi.i, W���S..'i)'ll*, lib.
Sti.skalcliewjin---D.ivis,   lib.
()U12BKC--65   iMRJimiUa.
Argcnteuily��� F Christie, lib.
JJ.igot���J R. Marcile, lib'.
Beauce���J Codbout. lib,
BtMiilitirnois ��� Luv, li!>.
Jiellccliiis.se���0 E Talbot, lib.      '
-Berliner���J'E Archanibiiult, lib.
Boiriventure ��� Morcii. lib.
B
roine
-Ho
:i. c
Fisher, lib.
C
iiichinond-- Jltil his.iii-, lii>.
Shelluii ne  aud   Queen's���Nut   he.-ud
from.
V.-iiiiiin'!i!>-TIJ Flini, Iiii.
Yicto:-ia-ilun. ~\Y Ros*-, lib.
Urili'iSH   C'Jh\JM:ll\~-(j MirilBKHS.
Puri aid���No.ehctioii.
New Ys'e.-simiiisier���Aul.iy ^[orii.son
libera I.
Yancouver--.il.tip!i Smith, lib -labor,
'2~>'~) maj.
Yicloi-ia;���-T. E-irle and E. C Prior,
cons.. 200 ni.-ij.
Ya]e'aiid-Caribou���Xo election.
Chiim'oly    and     Verchc-.ie.s-T- Victor
Geoffrion, lib:
Cliiiinplain���Not heard from.
Charlevoix���Not heard from.
Ciiaieaiiguay--J P j'hi,vvu,-|ib.
Chici.-ul i111i ��� NH election.
(Joinpton ��� R IT lJ'>\n', lib.
. Dorchester���J B'JVJurin, con.
D.-tmiioond  anj   Arthabasca���J   L,-8.-
vergne, lib., .-leclaniatipii.
Ga-pe~No election.
Hochebign���J A C Madore, lib.
Ilunlingdoii- W S .YInckiren, lib.
Jiictiues Curlier -F D Monk, eon.'
Jolietle-C Bazinet, lib. '     '
Ki-iuinuraska���II G Carroll, lib.
La belle���M Buiirasa, lib.
Lapraii ie .-uid Napierv'iile���D Mohet,
lib.   , . "
D'Assomptioii~-C Laiirier, lib.
Laval-T Fortm, iiii.
Levis���S Demers, lib.-
L'Islet-A ?*I Dechene, lib,
Lotbiniere ���Not heard from.
'   MairMiuncuve ��� It    I'i efoutaiin1,    lib.,
2(17 majority.
iMaskiiionge-���.5 II Legrus, lib.
Mega nt ie ��� Cieurges Te.rcol, lib,
Missistjiiui ��� D \l Meig*-, li.b.
M niti'iilin���F 0 Dngas. lib.
iMunt iiragny - P (i .M u I ineaii, lib.
Moiil nnil eiic\---T (.,' {!.i'-gi-.-i'i;i, eon.
.\f uul real -
St. Aniie'.- ���I) (..-ril.iry, lih.
St. Anloine��� V C Boddiek, eon.
St. .lames���Desni.-irai--, lib.
St. Lawrence���It Bickerdike, lib.
St.   Mary's-Hon.  .1   I   Tart.e,   lib.
101)0 niajm-ily.
.Nicolet - Ball, (Oil.
i'oiili.ic-T .Murray, h!i.
I     P..|-liii-.:!'-!).-!i-le,'liir.
|     (Jiirbi'e Cent re ���.\ .Maloiiiii
j      Qieb'f   1-J.i-l- Si:    \
| liOU!) inn jorii y.
j      Q,li-!,ec \Yi'M-il<.H B It Doliell,   lib.
\     Qu.'bec Coiiirt y~ lii-.-i. (.' Fil/.j-alr-ick,
j lib.. }{)���,){) maj.o ily.
Bir-iieiii'ti--A A Bi tine.iii, lib.
!    ���Kiihmmid ami   \Yu!l'e--E  \V  T.ibin.
lib.
Riinnuski ��� .7 A H.i<*, lib.
Ilouv;ik'-L P Brodi-itr, iii).
iu.
ii im-ii-i",
lib.,
The.ciimpjiign  in   this   di-triet   was
upeu��d Monday  evening  when1 Chris.
< ,  tn
Foley, labor candidate, addressed a
well ."lili'iided meet ing in Tapping';-
Opeia  iiuuse.    - '
XV. A. Nettle, at (he request  of the'
candidate, took  the  chair and   iu   liis
opening remarks said that both Liberal
and Conservative pai lies  claim   to  be"
sincere toward the laboring'men.   Tlie"
Labor- paity   man's   vote   will   "weigh
heavy ,-uicl bring I'o time  the party in.
power either Liberal  or Conservative,
and lo have gocid   la bur laws  enacted
at Ottawa we. must have good   men   lo
repiv-reiit us.    As this is laigely a mining   con.-li!u"i;cy   and   Mr. -'Foley    a
mining   man   there foi e   he   was    the.
b'ctler enabled' to know its  wants.    lie
asked a heal ing fiirvJMi".' lud'ey who'was
I lien inlioduced.
.Mr. Foley said italt'oi-ded him   much
pleasure  to  have  the importunity'  of
.-uliires.-ing l-teveLtoke'cilizeiis on   Ihe
i���.���sues of the  campaign.   There,  was a
niiMindersli-indiiig   in   regard   to    the,,
stand lie had   first   taken  and  thi.s  he
wi.-heil to explain and give teasons for,
the principal   of-which   was  that  the
district is  too   large   and   he   favored
holding over until next' election   when ���
it is hoped the district will haveibetter
representation through redistribution;
h;il,-on!, of a niivliug  of sixty  he  was ,
tin" only one against taking immediate
actio:*, and believing th it t b" majority
sbmilil   rule   Wad   consented.  -Cuming
iYnm   ::>���    mine    into. Mich    sudden
prominence he fell, eomewat   Irrmhled
with the swelled head.,. The  mem hers
of organized labor  to   the  south   have
decided  that   it is   useless   to   expect
much from the old  line  parties.    Conditions1 have   changed.  _ The-. Labor
party, holds" that    the    government
should enact legislation   which  would ;
secure just returns I'or lhe producer.
Protection should he provided against
aliens coming  into  the country.   The"
military  powers  of   the   country,   he
said, had  been-given   to  monopolists,
.taking for example the  lecent  trouble,
at.   Steve.-lon   when   the   lnililia   was
called mil.    There are "1)0 men at work
in tin: Fernie mines none of  which can
--peak a v.ord of Fngli-h  being  mostly
Slavonians who do   not pati-nni/.e  the
.-tore:, or   business   Iioumjs   aud   woik
from   J!)  in Li hours  ;l  d:iy   for  $L 7.').
The   railway   men  dare  nut advocate
any iiri.-.cip-e without approval  of  the
Mipeiiniend-'nl.    Men w ere di.-chai'ged
on the Crow's  >,re-l.  hei-aii-i'   they  did
not vote  right in  the  la.-t  provincial
elections.    Mr. MaeXeil told the  other
d;ij':)lhat the  Conservative  paity,   the
fiiends of labor, built op (his country;
this Ihey had no right to claim. Speaking of the protective tariff law  he  ex--
pressed hi-   belief that   it.  has  been  a
curse   i.-iliii'i-   than   a   blcsMiig.     The
Coiiset vu'.ive paity i*= a dead i.-sue and
he was Mii-priM-d ,tla mill ol   .Mr. Mac-
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A--lionixsox^yi AX"::Ayp  GENEROSITY-OF A GAMBLER;  vyTlle:-Federated.'-Societies;; to : A&yAM'  'Xx-AAX-tf^  .yy-vyiihyiiiteresting; meeting--.of,;";.';'.;.!.}i.e.;Ifq'dV.i  .���������yAv'e.ratecj..'^  vy-yFridayx-'evei^  A': press  dfx other!'niat;ters,; ll^yiiosniia);  x(iuesti6h;w;is: ���������defert-ed:  until��������� Saturday.  ;yyevenin^ynextjy\vheh:^yvspeci<i'h;y  vx'wilL'beyheld^foivthe: purposely vX:ttyy\v;is':;  xxdecided ;t,6 invitedeleirat'ea troth-iw: I ires"  *vgivihgyy,bthei" y than  in  ed  icajxlieuefils.''  :'";���������/;Afi/..This1 will:.enidjle:;suclrdodges|ld he^inife  yyyy,xyysubscri^rs;y^^  ���������AA'. y'bv'riefits; from,xthexI'iq'kpittpTt Bat, lodges;  x  y;, "yyrepresentec!.r: \yi111irv;. vyitlife .y^yFedjira-ted;  xx;xyyvXvBO(ti'd-;Wou"ldyreee1y^  ���������:--=-.''-V.-;;Aa^  ,,, ; v'yycises of :vtJiexijoa!:d'XihXpostponed fori  ���������';'.,.r'":'v -'���������'���������-"^^���������:l^"'xy (o'1^! sfi I'ii ^P,^k "I5:e rj< r-1,. .��������� t-h c-i'",.' 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Vt ii   cvt idj-x (i'i: fc - tli;M\  ;yied(;r;it(-d boardsv willy be oi-grnix ;d;ii''  ���������W tlie pii!:ici.p:il!ci,ties cjfvBi-itishytjijj^);!:Lin.'  -, x   The   legislariv'epconuiiitt.eexrepfii ted  x:V>iiy tHev/^  yde^is!;itiire,-:lhr;   jictioti   thereony beiii^v  v^eoilorsed. by .the bo;ir(iy'xCoj)ieSv\viir be  -immediately sent   out, rind; itip:a;ntier:  yypated tiiutyyvhe'H ycoinpleted'lihe prit-ciiv;  meutyvvill tiu-rv1 its-\veighi of siijiii  ' to^theySpeliker^ytable,;;-;    '/'-..  Twice .I'niii llio Funei'iil'.Ripeuses.,,of.  '-v w.  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Ch.ii iiihc*i'H:,'y.iiie.v.(ii"' yi'ainug-''  " foyordiTurhisy're^u'hi'r.;^  ��������� "eliee'r.'fii-J'jy'j given vt'oyhinivinilil^Chauiiyei'sv:  7(lk-;cQvey;tdy].li;itvCoo[!ii;i- giiiiiljledythp hion-y  ,';,ey"yi'uvjii:y.aid]yi]'(!^decte'U.^  .���������:d'cb't'^..;'tli'at''li'eycau!d^  .-y.'CL-Iieyije^t'-. tiiJiq!-i!b;..:ciii'lk?cI^Oiui!V|lier^  .tpvJiinji'yjT.Co^  vl'ai-oyas! ;J(oiy: yhis :youyIiyc-viliul ycilij7 g:etytiny  'Viii'iui'ey;^  vyo'Uyi.nyvinb^  !>teriial:iouatvlipt(!l,vg(.''t '���������' :i.';'ri'"b6iii".'iii nil---v b'pai'i];'  .;iuifcte{I.vv;Cli)tH^  .bill tyci-yyvvcekr aiid'."!v\viil' ijriy' it,-,but dc;  ;;;not;:;.isk:xi!]e::;Ja)rx  y:!ive.''..-.;xGMi!U^il)Lvrs:T"cceiv'edy'U^^  y'i-egu!:ii:ly.v aml^-^aiil rvtii'buiy proiiiiitlyy ;for(;  ���������spin'o-w^^  -to ��������� be: iu"grcat^soi-fo^v calle'd;.:q:iy-liiiii:y'aui].f  i-sard x "Mi-.yckaiu.lrei-s,: yoiiivfi'fi'eiiii' Cooiieiy  V(!i(:d;;'lasty!iiiglij:. ^l: >vas ;>yli:b iiiiii ;iL. tliey  .,t.iiiie;-;';V:.'Bei'.ore'.'li'exilied lie-;t61d;i:iiii>:tb;callv  'voa^you���������'������������������a.nd 'seevvif. ;y,pu/^ypojei-ybeykiiid;  ���������c'liouglVi.l'b'v'il'ayptlieycx'^  dvliavubeeiivto an aiiideridker aiiltl.liiui' it  vVvilt-Cpst;;alfe,tit,^M).''x^x^  yyychiiiiiiw^  aiipney.   ylf^tlia.tv.is; not 'yeiioiijili'^'let iiii e>;  ���������.Ihi.p.wi-'Vy^  'at the- hiii".Xx>f ytliuy.-Bolhi.-._L*'iijpi'������ji!V(l',-...lioh'r'-'.  jiigyii-Vfaniilini-XyrucovHirytiie^  '(iie''ygiaii'ibli!ig.Si;opiii;i-.'-,\v  jtiiie��������� -toy heai-yCobiier 'sny';x-t6.'.r:the��������� dealpr,".';  ���������',iG-iy&iiie:;:;i%';sfa-e{iv:^  l!un:;kaiid;anythe:.s;inieyvlp(^  .i?'ei:s'?::,fr;i(.lx;yKiveiVy:x.tQ:-'-.liis.;." .sbl,.v6'\yT.ul:;;Vfi;ieiif<I::-;'  ay.slioi'tyji;h(X before.'; 'In a���������--;.i*e-\\-':*;iiiiii ii.te'cC---.-  ���������I'ii'c>.'; ci efi 11* !*"x, Ii'ji.tl ������������������ ^L-iil I'ltYi'irqsJ'.'; ii i.ly; 't 1 i'o;;. 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X'A'/  A yMrs,yjo'Iiny.,V'; LxP:-nyii of Albany own's  x>ever;lj' speeiiueh^.vOi'  tiie ; handiwork Ai'  ,,','-I^ft.iiiyiieverc-.'yas'. a silversinith.-; ->������������������;.':',"-,,  :y-y;>Mis3vbteIeii ;Gonld' ia iuiich botliered liy  '���������'''fbqueK.ts.yigi",'.initogi'iiiilis.-'; -,Sjic\ reeeives  iy';.ibi:iciji'r.esy..a..sy^:phniyx^  yyuest's^n;a.;day.yyyv.;':'^.'': Xy\i-'{/ :��������� y A" 'x '���������:  -,.-;';"Mias!':Ivatcy Siiiihoi'n'"'-''i)ei"sisteii(ly" ,i-e-  ���������'^iiia'i.iits/tliatv'so'-loii'g'ns.Ay'p^  iv.ingv skirts cl.atchedv, byvtjie Icl't band ;aii(l;  -'iiiipodii'ig"frccdoni':dijiiotipn sl'ie;isn't.A.  ;.' fpr;.tbe';ballbt.y.y'yv,::'x.v;v,v'-,vj,y;- //. ".'-;."'../:-';^   x'vXy.v  .,'.,,.'': Xl is s'& S i;:1> a p i i n 1 i Wliif ney, -is; tlie; oldest.  'Iiviiig: iniblicvsciipq]. (orichei: in; New York.  ���������'Sb'o l;e^an ,her'-vvrn k  in   lQ^t!,:.!yixy;yi';u's.  yiicfoi'e"Uic:bbiii'dvol'vcduesiiioii was ostaliV  ;yiigiie(i;-':;.:yy;y^x-----x,--y-,..:yx;y;..v'.-.': .yxxx-y-..' .-yx-  . ��������� ���������'���������'; Lo'iiden a rt h-1 s; decla i'e t Iia t ;M iss:-^ y a ii-.  . dei'bilt-^'riclreriivi iixol: yNevvv.yrrrli' --is';:'l-Ii6-".  .'-.-hia:iitl.sdiiii'������t--'\vcii::i ii'M' s* ^t1 ���������.wo.vld/'p.ossossv  ; ing theyiiipst iiei-i'ectj-i'iiceyajid: I^iu'e'and  Ihiit spiritual poise ...which iiiakp';i.tlie...ex-"'  centional niodekx;      .'-.-:'/;/>: ��������� X['/' iX-A.X".  fi-'-. '���������,.   t>   '     -,..,,;������������������.-   ��������������������������� fi-   fififi.,,   V'.'..-.-,   '..VV",       ' - V V-.  'x'H.i,s.vl-])(eb.ey!.'.^,,{irr-'t'.i-y-,\vIip vlias^donc.so.  ��������� nnici)" for'ytlic -, Universityxbt.-GiitiToriiitij.;  Xpi iii.' aI'lVearan'c-o, rnliior a ���������i'i-agi!e;w()m-;  fU!.v,'vS!io is' pl'teir wo.ni out byy bci^eciise^-  less;: actiyityyxanfj vvuiiyyillihidSy ��������� deiiya-:!tes  l!ery,\vp,i"k;1oy-i'^  ';AIrS;:;IiOosevclt,y the7 wifev or;yG()yernor''  .-'���������"R'oP^ev'eit'i'"or,,y.*is'-..' the,': govp1'1'"!;;. biiiiself:  vcalls li'er,;-:"'-'T'(>(!ily'.s eliu.ni,'-'' isX(f.iiii(-i',..iiii-.;y  . '.;a?-siiiiiiii??.-^iJioii:lvH!t," -IiVj:iiyi';Ay-|fe.l"v.:vli(-.vlt\.'iirJ(.ly:_v  ywhby; Iias-Xithsuliitely Xaio ���������.���������Jiii^thigiiiijhiiig,;;  'char;icte!'i^t ies. I'l'pjii ytlioiisn'iitis y (if,vt^(iod,:;:  ������������������.('������������������lie.y.Aiiiei'i'e.'pi':wives;aud ''lnpt'hei-s.vxy;v:-,���������..���������',  .vWoMrs.y'in.f^  s?0ii [ -to vi t sid e o iyvjii cMiiy! ).o i-sy 6 f v ep ii jii'o������^, \y lm x  '��������� i ���������?'���������.������������������ ri 11 piyedy'ins*' t!ic'vsjiOii kei-'sv;loi)by vvvi-li iip;  vtli evil((uso.-; is /.iux session. A: H (;y. pi tis b:\ 11U A  .the.;'-.liCV;'' ^Ir.y; Coildpti;' ycliajilain: of x l,ir.<:  ;liotisci :is vUliiiti;;' He'vis -v hmii^bt:'loxtbe;  vlibtisovdiiily byyJIrsxObiHleii aiidyreinaiiis,  ;until she;combs for r>"':?'. x:''..:';   ''iA"'/-':^:'-  yy  Pxx B:'^  ^ ������������������������������������ .5 ff  xT-AIJOE,'  AND   WELL xiCJHTED  f73^ !f   ���������' -: M A H ���������'; A WT:=3: A': -AA:  fifi    ;���������: "A 'Xi' fiJA: XS^ 'MPUi' ,ROOM.S..: Hciitcd by  u'A-B'^zciy^  ";','-������������������"���������''' '-���������,���������,-';-��������� ���������;. 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PARNASSUS GRASS.
I sought you, but I found you not,
Where Vniroiv, yet a rill,
Bv runny' a moist and likely spot
OJiilc-i downward from tire lrill.
Tl v.-.rs (Jkii only in a dream
I li:ul beheld you there,
M.ul;ed vvilh rcllected blossom gleam
And c.illcd iu paleness fair.
But at a later Lammas tide,
Jltnratli (he evenins- star,
It fell Urat from Loeli Lomond side
1 crossed to Arroelrai-.
Then, ere the swiftly gallici-nig gloom
'Jii.-rt,d.]i-Kened rill around you
Ii.nl po-.v.r to hide your milk white bloom,
I souylit you not, but found you.
���Henry Johnstone iu Century.
I
Has the voice of an iirch.ih-'el. r
caszs away with n [11111:1 in ny'ili'm;:
"a black doubt,in my heart.'" ( I:;
practice, but���-well. J ma-!,. ������,-. ,.,v'-'
to hpeoiiie a singer, of ball-ids ,-i��d
up dazzling tiie world. I n.|| owu-'iy "ii';e
one of those poor little tod br.lluiA Ji.^r
the children blow up nil,l which ���::*,,Vl-
quite surprisiii.nl.v bi.e and iheii'Middri-ilv
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rubber. J noticed two
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THE LADY.
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Showing Ono Way lo Get
ri LluHband.
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It  was a cohi, 'raw day.    Everything
outside was wet aiitb melancholy, a fact
'which only .served to heighten the coin-
.foit  of iho  little  sitting  room;   done  in
rose and ivory, where the bride aiid her
.   friend wore .sitting.
"Never sl.-md up when you can sit
down; never sit down when you can lie
down," clii-niU'd her friend, stacking up a
pile of gorgeous pillows behind her dusky
' ' head a.id stretching herself at full length
upon the roomy divan.    'That's the se-
��� '     .cret of keeping one's beauty, Elinor.   It's'
llie oriental version of "Let Jones do the
walking/ antl by following it 1 expect to
preserve my beauty intact until the prince
arrive-,. Heaven speed hiin!" she added
under her brenlli. ,���
For a,few minutes both girls were silent, eacli staring dreamily into the I'u-o
and thinking',her own thoughts." Then u
light sigh escaped from the occupant of
tlii; divan.
"Doll stuffed with sawdust V" queried
��      the young wife teasingly.'
'���.Sh-s-sii!''  protested  the other,  with a
smile in her eyes.    "She may be,  lint   I
don't  (believe   it   yet.      Life   is   queer,
though," she  went on,  with  a  touch  of
���earnestness.    "I--rwas just thinking that
some   people  seem  to  have a  pull   with
Fate.    They ,h;!vo  "'-flooence'* with   her,
iippjirviitiy. and tilings fall into shape for
them, all through life.    For instance, you
met  tiie man  ami   the  mini   fell  in   love
with you.   Vmi .-iVe one of the lucky ones,
and when .vo'ii'ro born lucky lifeis as easy
Jo-*   Ionfini.     Now,   with   me���     Do   yoii
eki-o-v  v .-at -would   happen  if the  piince
should   come   wandering   through   West
Thirty 'street, knowing- that in one of
those    inscrutable'   looking   hrownstouos
the princess awaited hiinV    Well, I'll toll
you.    YViiile lie was gazing in a 'puzzled
r,       way,from Xo. 1 to No...'J. trying to,decide
at  wliich of trie tvni doors he ouuht   to
*     present   himself,   the  girl   in   No. "j$���Uio
one with the .sunny brown- hair and  the
..ultramarine blue eyes���would happen  by
a more chance to appear at the window'.
He would see her, and in a moment  iiie
dark eyed princesses���e'est a dire, nmi���
- would ho forgot ten."
'J'he girl stopped speaking and hor
friend looked at her half curiously, half
impauYntly. ,
"Oh, you goose!" she. said at hist.
"Luck! \Yliy luck is nothing on earth
but just making up your mind what vou.
want iind 'tlion-gelting-it. 'Evciyilii:)-.;
comes 'to him who waits' is a saying
������ which ought to be .tabooed. If you ]At
sit down iind ndd those nice." sh mler
im nils of yours and wait for that miiik
turban to come to you it may do so, only.
by the time it arrives you'll probably be
,   .more in need of a bnthing sail."
"A very Daniel!" inocKod Christine.
_ "What   you   call   luck."   pursued   the
little   woman   calmly,   ignoring  the  jeer
and speaking with (he authority of two
, months  of matrimony,  "I  call  reaching
out.    'Heaven helps him who helps himself is my motto." '
���    '      "\VIio'd ever have thought, (o look  at
her infantile profile with its cunning dab
" of ii  nose and  babyish curves  for lips,
that she could evolve  these great,  big,'
��� massive thinks?"' crime in n wondering
voice from the divan. "She should have
li ml nn iron Jr.w nnd a long upper lip.
just to give the public n tin. TNn't'
fair."
Elinor smiled demurely.
''Christine, I'm going'lo tell you something. It's ni | her di-eridl'iil. nmf I can't
tell Fred, ami ibis is my penance." sin-
said, looking flushed and conscious. '"Vou
must promise never to fell-not any one-
net even ymir husband or"���
"Cross my heart." said Chrisahel tersely, "(he piince shall never know."
��� After a pause Elinor begun hesiiaiing*
��� ly: "Vou've seen children who would al.-'
solufely refuse lo play with anything v,*ii
could give (hem except (ho ,,-y some oilier child was using, haven't you? Well.
6omo men are (hat way. Very nice men,
too," she explained carefully.'
"They aren't  sure of their own taste,
but want  (o know (hat some other man
is hacking (hem up by admiring the same
thing.' I sometimes think," she continued
musingly, "that this partly accounts for
.   the  popularity  of   widows.     The  'Mrs.'
Is like the blue ribhon nt (ho horse show.
It's  worn  hy the prize fakers,  and  the
timid men,  who'd never dare to pM;  a
winner on   fheir own   judgment,  gladly
follow (he leader," she ended laughingly.
Christine nodded intelligently.
"Vou know how 1 met Fred! ' I'd come
up to New York with my head chock full
of dreams of being a great prima doniut,
��nd  the 'fourth floor'hall hack' ami  (he
rest of it wv.tv jus( (|1C nocc-riii-v slops
lending up  to my  brilliant   fuiure.    My
���early privations' wvir a standing joke lo
Die.   I- was Cinderella, wilh the difference
thnt_ my fairy grnlin'olher was fully and
anxiously expected.    I  never (iiiesiioned-
my ability to bring ihe world lo my feci
Until one tiny when I happened to' [wtw
^lii'llk- O'Uurii biking Iht Wsmu
young man at the noy* 'able *md !!,.,(' ,"-.��
meal was uncommonly tough. Fred hail
been slaying n.t the house for several
days, but we did not meet until later.'
when a friend .wrote me that a college
.chum,of her brother's was living at the
same place.
"After  that   we  saw  a  good  deal  of
each oilier,'walking, talkinir and reading'
together and having nice, chummy times
gen era llv.   Then ai) at once -ind without
any earthly reason'tint  I  could discern
his manlier changed.     I!e  wns friendly
and���kiii(l, but not eager.    He diiln't spend
whole evenings wilh me now.   At first' I
was surprised, then angry ami then unhappy.    Vou would have called this bad
luck, but I did, some hard thinking, and  :
'after awhile I began to get a little light
upon the perversity of man.    Fred liked   j
me���that'he still showed���but I  was too
'dead easy.'    Mummy's hair,would stand
on end if she could hear that siang!    ]Jo
could talk and walk with me at any timo,
iind  you know  how  it  i-s yourself  with
anything that you can always have when
you want it.    lie was pleasant and patronizing and bored.    Some way my taste
for a,;career had  vanished,  and  when  I
thought of mummy,' living  in  ihat  dull
little country town and pinchinrj and saving that I might study music, I tell you,
Chrisabel,  I  felt mean.    ,1 .was hurl  in
���my feelings and in my pride, too,'and  I
��� wns pretty miserable.   Then I had an inspiration.     , '
''Vou see," she went ou shyly, "1 had
grown so���so,used to Fred and I knew
that ho liked me, luit'he needed���what do
they call it in business?���competition!
Ho must know thut some other boy wanted the toy before he would value it properly, i
"I didn't strip to think; I just sailed in?
If I hadn't, you and I-wouldn't be sitting here, and Fred nnd I wouldn't be
the hap���"
"Never mind   the  raptures^ proceed!"
advised her listener.
"AV'hile I was at dinner that night (he
��� bell rang, and the servant brought in a
note for mo-and a large box from a well
known florist.    The box, of,course, I directed to be sent to my room, but   Fred
had seen it, and (he ii:ite"I~ro7id at once.
I'blushed, Lint not for the-reason that be
supposed.    It was stage flight.   Once or
twice  (luring dinner   ! 'caught   his  eyes
fixed upon me interrogatively, and. being
new in my role, I became so embarrassed
.thiitl left the table before dessert'.   I was
nol, "howevcy,  too  confused ' to see  that
Fred was Inking notice in a most graii-
fyiiig.-niaiiner.    He'd been  present  at a
first night,'but'he'didn't know it.
"From that time violets came fur me
regularly, and my .place was often vacant
nt dinner. I contracted a happy liule
habit of  humming  as   I   passed  through
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was e.vcellciil  when  I  happened to come
upon him unexpectedly, to say nothing of
its effect upon me.    I became so ttse'd to
playing at being happy and having n million   dollar   admirer- in   the   background
Hint I  half believed it myself an i'l grew,
fiuito agitated when my (lowers came."
. ."Klinor 1'owers Carri    Do Vou mean to
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But Elinor \va.s not to br> inlerrii|iteil.
"Within  ten days I'"ivd  was tryiii- to
ili'op hack into, the'old habit of lingering
for a'chat' after dinner,    lie even timidly
sturgostod that we hadn't read nnytlirn ��
together for ages.  I was sweet jind pleasant, but 1  had a covert there-I'aie-i!ibeis
'.sort of nn r.ir, tliough all the time I felt"
' jiko n porlVrt villain.
"Things [-cached a climax when 1 failrd
lo   appear   at   dinner 'three   successive
bights. ��� I   was, eating Nctifchatel eheor-o
find rolls in my room, but  Fred thought
I  was mingling with the happy and liui
gay.'   The next morning he asked in a de-'
tcriuined way whether I  had an engage-
uient for that evening.   I replied, politely
suppressing n yawn, that  I  must gn to
bed early that, night, lust would no for a
walk in the park  next day.    We were
standing'nt the foot of tbe si airs, .ami
just then lho bell  rang, nnd a boy from
the florist handed in my usual box of, violets.    Fred looked savage, and I turned rt
furious red, for by thi.*-'lime I  wn* awfully ashamed of myself. ^ j
"Well, we went for tin* walk ne-;t dny.
Upon my return I telephoned ro the florist to eounlerniiirjd my standing order for
violets."
A moment biter a y.iiina woman with a
very red f.-uoe dnipped down bor-idc ihu
divan, puttini; the I'm e (|:iiie oni of sight.
"It was horrid of me. Chris, wiimi'i it':"'
she sail! appealiugly. Cbrihiibel- kinked
somewhat bod'ildorcil.
'"Vmi certainly did 'lench nut.' "' she rnl-
initled slowly, her eyes lilliug with wonder. "Hul how did the liowers happen
to arrive at the right lime of day?" she
continued in a puzzled tone.
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voice. Then, looking out from between
her lingers at her friend, she milled* tentatively, "Flowers are awfully cxjio:1,-
sive."   No answer.   ,
Then remorsefully, "Sometimes I tliink
I'll have to tell Fred."
"Don't!" cjoctilated Chrisabel energetically.���New York Commercial Advertiser.
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OOSAN STEAMSHIPS
Royal Mall Lince.
Cheapest Routo to the Old Country.
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Kaslo & Slooa2i Railway
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leaves Iviv--iloiifc8ii.ni.; daily, letiirning, leaves
Sainloii at 1.1.] p.m., arriving at Kaslo 3.55 p.m.
fInicrnatior.al KRvigrat.ioa r.r.d Trading
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Ojrcir.Un^r'ii Kfiolcnny l..'il:c nnd l.'ivcr.
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I.'iiniiin^ between Arrowhead and Thomson s'
lollow.s (weal her poniii(l,iiih') :
heave Arrowherid for TIuiiiim.ii's L-ii:diiiK
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whicli the hailstones were as bi�� as baseballs.���Boston Globe.
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t : i i THE JKOOTENAY MAIL.  m iimi h ���������1 ���������  '^^.^^^^.^���������^.^^^^^-'^���������^^.^^���������^���������^���������^  .9.  I DO NOT FORGET  if  9  9.  that if  you want to gel a  first class iissortir.eii  tof  $  IS  v.  I        PERFUMES I  .9.  IP  IP  9  9  <p  .9.  BRUSH  j r" q:  .^  ���������1     ALL KINDS  I  I  i  s  ,1!  ������  ������  #  f(V  .9  nnd    all    toilet    articles, ej  You can get tho very host. If  !  al tlio  GanadaDpog * Book ijo -|  Revelsloke   Station  I.*.  -I  a-  .9  &&K&K'&*;-kkK'kk&&&i&ft'&&-kir&*kPi  BORN.  Bkuve ��������� At.  Revelsloke,   on   Monday,  November 5t.b,   1000,   tlie  wife   ul'  '"   l-I. Bruce of it son.  ������01 Off  this iiioi'iiiiiff. with C. Kichards  ;in  d U. liedslrom vet lo follow,  11. Black more returned a few days  ago from a dip up Joi dan Pass In hiding willi liini two lie.iver .mil two goal,  skins. The bcavor ,\vere cauglit only a  short distance up the Jordan.  ' M. ltobb and A. Maddoc-k wilh La-  i'ornie's pack train relumed Monday  afternoon from the htst trip of the  season. At Devil's'Garden they say  the snow which thev came- through  was about two ieet deep..  Thr- council h.'i-s at hist put iu an  approach to tlie sidewalk opposite the  .Mail oflice. Though -a little short'at  one end, which is in about six inches  .of,wul(,l,r at. the high t-lagiv.j.n athlete  could   piobiilily   jump far   enough  to  in  nd dry,  ' The, hand boys ate considering the  (|iis5tion of running a series of weekly  dances throughout- the winter. A  committee has been appointed to look  into the matter and report at it meet-'  ing to be held tomorrow evening.-  Key. S. J. Thompson will'begin a  series of sermons next Sunday night  on '-The Apostles Creed." The series  will extend over seveial weeks and  promises fo be exceedingly interesting.  Non-church goers specially, invited.  LOCAL m PEBSOML BRIEFS  Thos. Taylor, M. P. P., spent S.-itui day  in town.  Judge Forin registered  at the IWcl-  s to ke'Tuesday.  H. C. Killeen,   governni"iil  load, inspector, was in town yesterday.  A,    Francis,    the     News-Advertiser  representative, was in town Tuesday.  Oie Saiidberg was down from Albert  ,' Canyon and spent Sunday and Monday  ���������in town.'     ���������     .  L. PcLliepiece has fully recovered  from his illness of the eaily parL of the  week.    ._���������..  _���������..'-  :  o  r>  t^Miss McAlmon came up from Nel.-on  Tuesday 'and left. Ia--t evening for  Victoria. ' '  CD. Moiris, the Roper-; Pass merchant, was in (own foi a icw days th*-'  latter part, of last, week.  Ed. flillman r.'lun.ed .Monday evening from 'Ciilgaiy aiid went down to  the. Landing yesterday.  Benefit Concert and Danee.  The he:i"fil concert given hist 'Tnue-s-  day 'evening piovi-d to be a great  iinanehil success being largelyattended,  bu'irSeveral of lhe numbers on the pto-  gr.imme did not fully sustain ��������� ihe  r "putiition of previous local events  although others weie well up to the  mark and received ' hearly applause.  Special mention might be made of the  dancing of .Miss Irene McCrum and the  song of iir. Owens, both of Kainioops,  who appeared for the first lime before  a Ke.'-eist.nke audience: also t.he recitation cof j\ir. Stevenson' ,*ind singing of  Mr. "Watkins, recoil'^additions to local  lileirt, while Mr. Matthews' violin solo  and accoiiipaniniouts were-received .in  the usual .-iiipreciiitiye nianuer. The  oiie act farce entitled "'Turn Him Out,'"  wliieh \\a^ well put on by Messrs. T.  H. U.iiine, C. J. Wilkes, 0. E. Grngau,  and lhe Misr-es Nellie Dunn, and Vina  Coleman, caused contiderable. ,-innt^e-  iiie.it and wa.-. the last 'item on the  prolamine.  To Mr. Wi'isoi" is due" mucii of lhe  praise I'd'Iho success of lhe entertain-  t'nent, he having woi-ked faithfully  throughout ^paring no pains iu the  pr-'paratioii of a progi-.-iinui" and the  cany ing out of arrangements.  i  W  |f!    Regular Prices^ 1.50, 2.go, 2.50, 3.00, 3.-/3, 4.00; Cut to $i. 1..50. ,2,, 2.50, j, 3.25.  We are also eivino- a Cash Discount of 20 per cent on all our Boots and Shoes.  n O ,       O .      ' ,-i '"  ii  m  m  %SiSA  1  P i'.'.I li  fevS^^i^oi*-^^ ~ti������&������41^^i'&&Ji^r������frJj&JJc&  ih   \3f������X\  rK&a^l,  flu.    /^Tpr\K0  if.  m  ^J-JeliOCJ    %3 Cl-.'.i.X'C-O     \Ji..t-l    *Xj     \JiJ.J  'Ai'i.er   llu-   concert   tlie    floor    was  cleared for a dance lo winch nearly  nli  remained     and     tripped     the     light-  f.mt.iMi." to  a 1 ro-'i-amme  or  twentv-  - 1    ,  1 ~~ ; on ��������� niiinber-.    Mn-ic u-;is ft'irnislied l<y  J.  J. ' Lang-stuff, nf   the   Trout L-ike j Me.--i\*. T.-n lot,    Hump'.'ri-'.-,   Sawyer,  Topic, was in town   for a few day.- this '��������� [Ay x,-.vC\> and Doy.e   while Mr.  II.   II.'  week returning home this morning.       1 I.'n.nhart   ii^end^d  to   tho   duties   of   ��������� , linor nri:*.ig"i'.  D. Cowan came  up from Ttvut Lake  ������-������   Sunday  evening  and   went  to .V.ili'iit-  Ganvon TtU'sdav ou a few daw- vi.-it.     \  LARDEAU ORE AT PARIS.  1 Ndtie L. Samples 'Amongs: Collection  A-r.'3rded Grand Prize Dinloma.  lit si degree was conferred on one Candida to.     '  S. 0.r!C. I). ri. i  Friday  evening  la.-t  I3ro.   Mathers,  i',-4ii-iiig   secretary,     enlei l.iinrd,   his  bivilhteii  anil   their lady  guests at.' a.  party given in the lodge room,  l.'o. v.  t .1 o '  A full attendance is requested at the  regular meeting of Court Mt. Begbie  on .Monday evening next, as il is expected there will be several candidates  for initial io:i.  l. o:l.    '���������  Ilev. S. J. Thompson will  deliver an  'address'oh "William Prince of Orange"  al. (he Ep'woi-th Le;igin- in   the  Melho-  dis-l church Mond;iy evening next.  'The inembers of Ktwelsloko Lodge,  Nn. 1G5S, L.'O. L., itllended divine stjr-  vice in the Presbyterian Church last  Sunday evening, when Bio. Rev. \V.  C. Calder delivered an interesting and  impressive sermon' on the principles of  Orangei-un fiom the text, "But that  which   ye havo already hold fast till I  COIll"."'���������  Guy F.-iwkes Day was observed by  thi-'local L. O. L. with a concert and  supper given (on'the lower floor of the-  I.'O.O. Filial! in llie evening. Invitations were issued and a large gathering, of, which the ladies were, in the  majority, was entertained by a programme'of songs, speeches aud recitations. Supper was served late in the  evening and w;is followed by a Unst  list which concluded the evening's  enjoyment.  HOUSEHOLD HINTS.  ,.,-,������ I       'Kcotsnay Lodg"������  divfe    rs    nrfT* No. 13 A.F. & A.M.  s/>y.p< /y     \\.f  9|s-    %%/    yAj/-        *   *   '-Hie resuliii" meetings  ^^^JA y      arc lie.lil in the Jlns-  C������,AXWX',������������������?\  ���������   Ai'c. Temple. Uoiirnc  _^^^if;^xMr������---l'-ii.!l.  011  the    liliirtl  <y^A^M$h^������&^Moudiiy   iii'cucli  ^^%^~������^\^V:^iiioiiU)   at,   y p.   111.  *=S55������aS^fS^3^p=:!-   Visit insf   lire tli re 11  "^^vsisss^- cordially wolcoincil.  II, J. PKATT Si-.cuktahy.  JIUVSLSTOKS LODGE, 2. O. O. ?.-, No. 25.  IteKiilai'inoel.iiiKs m-o li'cld  y  (.  Mte f   'Mte  I  N. T. lODV/ittlDG. N.Li.       .1. A. STON'IC, Sec.  SELKIS,?; LOD.Cn, NO. 12, I. O. O. P.  ���������,~.^ creels nvci-y Ttirsdriy  ^rWT~^WP^^    cveiiiii}? in Oddfellows"  /f^ W      W   ^Vllall    at    ������    o'clock.  ll    ^fy^^S^-^.      j) Visiting brethren eor-  ^v0X       ���������     ^^S^dially  invited lo at-  ���������    , 'tend.  P. IIOOL'/iV, X. G.     ' W. JtATIHK, SiiC  ladies'- Beits-  AT���������  * vr*^  v 'barber  ?  S=lTHE JEWELLER'S  C.P.R.'Walch Inspeclor.  1!.  lie Fpea-noDins  ���������Iflffito "Co. Limited.  ETQCHEEHEri  kro."r.....,^sX      COXJST fiiT. 3J2GBIE  m^-xk-0������A   i. o. p, no. Mei. n.  :   *.>j'i.'- ���������*. I Ai.tti^-...^..1 v.  Oddfellow  second and  \d$$$ :'0i&.~-/ foui"tli"Jioiulays of caeh  \$������''LB.cM$gy  momli.   Visltine bi-elli  '^ **!&*     roil   invited  to attend.  B. It. ATICINS,  C. I{.  C. AV. IMI'J'CIIELL,  K. S.  Mi's. Woodli.m-.i- iind  f imiiy _.-k: 0 is-  p.-iuied   hv   ..Mrs.   WoodiipiL-e'r.    ni'--t -  returned  Friihiy  evening from 1 hi- '-hi j ' ,   y  cotititrv.                         l                               ,'      Ve?\ ''���������utouiacrirr^  ii':-.v- ii.r lSi>j L.i'r   !                         ; r-]''.iij ;������������������   cciiiaiti'Ti   in a Jellr-i" rftceiverj  Tlie *(oc!< for  Reveh-iokcV cig.-w f.-t- ; *���������? 'lf''' A- ii',H: ] Kc''1' sfcrfct.-irv of tire  tory   firi-ived   Tui-mI.-i.v  nnd iho uwinu- . ^>" \������   Wo-fK-11   Xi ii.es, iufoi ininu 'A^  1',-ielure' nf.cig.ir-   \\ill he comiuericed .it ,' comp-iir- "f \A .'"-ult of   their exiiilut | ti,;i;r.ri Inij.-.' mi", nv '.lie ii������n:-l d'.ist brtisii,     ^ ,    ()|1CHi-   ���������                      . ' ! ,-f N''-i'i^ 1-. oif v-hiel, v.ii, -r-n������   to iii- ! f. r .���������!- .n.i.i'j r.;������ tli" u-ln-s mid dns't iiliout { yfu'!(;|,;oN TO rn;,; c.-l'. I!., CITY 1IKAI/r                             'P.iii*.    Ivi'. a \\'-:,i\.       1.1 i-iotles*.   -,."\c!,-i! ' 'I " '���������'"��������� -A'1'.'. uiKii ;;-.'.'('. o;."|."IC'!*:K.  Never shut tlie sunshine out.   Sunshine  means lienltli.  Never clenii nn oil pjiinting wilh soap.  Go uver i! very ciirofuilj" with a piece of  wool snti-rtited \vit!i liiisTt'd oil.  I     A Kin;'. 11 l'"iv lii-.ioii) \:- m'oriv ennvenient  11. iroLDioiV  AXAIA-I'IOAI; nii'JJttST AND  AS^AYKh".  , Royal School of Mines, London. -  ,  Seven years at Morfa NVorks. Swotisea.  Seventeen   years .Cliief   Chunii.-;l  lo  W'ig.i  Coal and Iron Co., En;*.       . 0  Late Clicinist and As--iiyi!i", Hall Mines, l.ld.  Kvery dc.-jcriplion  oC nssily  and  analytical  work undertaken.  Oliiiiii*-. oxiuiiiiicil and reported upon.  IIEVKJ.STOKK, li. C. 1  .   On ,-ind iil'tei" Ihis dale our prices' for  eul firewood will he iis follows :  $1 per cord at Mill  $2   ,   ",.,   delivered.,  Prices Cut fcr Cash.  Fred RobinsoHjManagingDirector  REVELSTOKE  STEAM  '      X/X������:  ^^<  1'Olt  an  AV. (JilOSS, M. I).  u$> h  '   Work  l^Sfe5 _o-  ^P GIVE US ATRIAL  i,'li.'|-     i !-'il.:-l 1 1'  1 ill 'i i^lrun!     1 ll."   fl:-*  .1'"'   .".   'Mi'l   !;'��������� I '-:>! '  Pi'"i I I'l  !;.    tli .''lli.::,'    rl    '.e'.viil:,'    D'lli'llillC    with  : fi,.]..-iin  ni'-( ;��������� ;,ll"\v it'lo leinni.ii on tho  'A   ('liiniiin.-ir.   ^oiiii?   liiiuiiO'i    it m  NewA'oik   to   Van ..'nv. -i- i'i. b-.-.d u���������* ; "���������' \ ���������''���������' -''I' ��������������������������� ���������.<���������;;���������_-\-"y '-- ' ' ''I'!' ;-';;"��������� ; ,... , i,;,,,,.   ..,   j,   |.( ,: s   |i.t.   |.e.iiiiiKs  nnd  taken   oil'   llie li.iin S.iii.|;.y iii-iil li*iv- '" ''��������� ' "'���������'���������" "^-''^ ;i!i,;,:< ' ;';l " ':l1'"';' ( ���������.<���������: -s tl:.-... t'i w. .->    o:il.  in^f died m lu'ti ii".ir llli-ciilewact.' f'!l'' ' '" --XX  '���������''  . .1- I"!!-.".   :  I''  i|-'|eii"i  10 oi-.        j;  in jiiuj-i r !i''r"i* - in 11 rno:u dial luis  l,"i."r   I'n' lily   I'.iii.'.  ���������!   oi-  pr.jieied,    Keep  Ofilce: T.iyloi' IU'r-I;, Miiekcii/.ie .Vvenue.  p ,        . .t.       -iii"   wii'dn'iV-i  rl'-.'-!   for   12  hours,   then  1   '! h    '.���������' *"[''    '���������  "  . ;,ir t!.o.-.iii'.'l.ly. mi.] lin' room is linli.'lnlil.-.  '    Ur"   !;',!';i   i"1-'':-. I      ,\   ;;,,,   i-^hi-iu in r   u'hi-li   m;.y   eusily  C',-iII   and   see   "ur - m-.v   '.'.''If < ij;' -, '  nillUlles, .-ri hie    I'llll'-.       Tli"    U'lfil-   .11-   I !'!.'-,''���������!'  new .-ind vr.,1 will   find I i; 'rn u . l.-d .('��������� ' '"��������� ' '''' ��������� '���������' ' '���������"   (''li.udi v, '������������������ 'M.nrr.r- -i-m.' , I ,. i,,;,,).. mull: -pi    t'.reil i-i h"ilie.* ready  in .stvlfi.i.d' lini^'i   -il ll.-f.-li .'i'/i.r. i "���������������������������������������������������       '";1   A-'"   t!i-    iiiKMidi'ini. ! i 1   1   e '".ii'-i-!-   ���������!   tl-.-.- ,������.i.n.ls or salt  1   .    , ������������������   I',,.   ",11'.   I 1,i'ii...   I*' -;.*'...  ! ���������''''' ''���������������������������'������'' ;|!1'I "!' li;l11  P'iiui.K  if .-ii! iiin-  , .i.i.-ic ilii-nlii-il .'ri .1 ;;.-il!on of wnler.  Itrv.   S.   .J.  1 1' ' 1 I III- ��������� L    .    > I i  RAILWAY TIES.  ���������|io-.u|;-un   11 i-. i-i-r .-I-. ��������� 0 "'"'     " '"     "���������������������������'������������������    '     '������������������"    I-���������' i.i'i; y|.    (.} I  woi,Iof   tit"   (h'iith   ..I'   \A   iii.)!l.-i"   -U . *-* tn.irl 1     I'm     ���������'    roll-"! i>i    (--coi-iii,  ,.; j  Drew,   On!.,   nn    Oclolwr   'X'.U.   mdy | '"'������>"' "������������������   ,"'     ���������'''--1'   ..v"-"    'Ah\\r.\   y. ,  three   week-   ,-ift"i-   the   dealho!'   lu-i- | ���������>llx"1' '';!' !": ;"'"i   ���������'������ ������n.r/.i t.mt j.r.i t. a {     TLmv. .-n-f tl,,-.- .:.,.'. m-iiI inij^ny pniljrr-H  I...^i,.,.,,! ' '        ! u'laU'i ).n-'."   ii;|i!*.tii.i. and   y,\.i   '.vii:  h>  j in  A'-.-ir.!'1    .':  lei   ������������������  ...'In-:-, -1   feel  S1^   ' . ! eiil.ll*'rl    !���������)    rd.ei.e    ;i    (..ipv'    of   liji   ! '!"'l ' - ;i!;i1 ���������' '" ' ' ���������'��������� ���������''���������' '" ���������"'-  I     The Slr'teti   I-!.���������().!   roinl   lifis :\  special-  j <���������-.. r   for   livi'll'ini >   on   Sriliiidiiy   iii;;lils.  j 1 !���������'���������;.   ;i!i'  lofvf-.l  ,11  ini.] ni',.. uul  rillowc'l  '   -,;,!-'  t-iul.. (,,   ,:,'-|i;|-l,   |l/(.   ;;' ,:<-e   '.I'  r<" pl'( I ,'ilrle   pl'O-  -\',(..   I>l')'l.\l, '  p!-.  .-I'Vitrd  he'' ' o M-ri:,)in.  ^���������.'.crfilarv. ,  Mrs:   Ifiiininoiiil   Cmiwcii, .Jr., of Quebec, is in town   I lie '.r'i<">!. of .Mm. II. A.  JJrown.    .Mr.    J f.-iuiinoiid    (,���������'nwen   i-r   n  nephew of  Sii  I ieuri Joly, [detiLeii.ini-j  ' Governor" of KViti,h Coltii.ihiii. j (,)T;it W(.^,ni (-(]  j{f-v.;ls((,L-f, i:.<;  'J'he Tow-er .Alinintr Co.. of f'liic'i^.  of which .J. .M. Skf-nn' is liiaiKiKoi', is  ahoiil lo coiiiiiu-iic" woik al, once on  the 'fmv.-Ti' |ii-ojieil.y ue;ir,Fei-(ti-on,  Win. -i'l.' lime/is in charge .and In;,  arconipanied hy J. .Swcfiieywent down       S"ikirk Lodg'e  had1 ;t.. w.i-ll altendef  AltVKV &; lAlodAliTICIi  HAHIIISTl-M!.-".. f-iDI.ICITOK.S,  lOTli.  Oi'-ricrs :   'Alrji.-ov.'.   M.\mc   I!i.ou:c,   Iluviii.-  .*,-;���������!)-.*.���������)��������� I!. (',  JMom-v I'i luiir-,.  Ollice.-: h'l-iil l,i!:e, 1!. C: r.'i-l Kteelr-, U. C.  (.'1:0. H. Me!'ak 1 Kit. .1. A. IIaiivuy,  li'evi'l-.loke, M. ('. r-'orl Steele, I!. 0.  3 )JMV.\TI-:    Nl'ilSINil  F.  BUKEE,   Proprietor.  'Plionft'   4*3.  A  l.i'ly  wll'i  i ��������� ,!��������� i'!"i ������������������!���������  I   up -:i lo roei-ivi.' en  ji.ii'.i ini'iii   ,i -,,- |u i\nti' n-'r-i1.  Addn.*--    A. If. cirfj ol llie M.'.li. ulllee.  Grin aiifl Pav.wof.l.  I. -o. O. .I'.  Wednesday,   Geo.   Laforme   nnd wife  tneeling Ttieydity   oveiiin^   when   Llie.  Your Pocket-book  Edison Standard'  . . . Phonograph  <. i * *  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  TT If      9:! *1      H     '  ������ J     P  He li oo; si for  WHO?  FFft     - tf^  ������  in.iy In; i'.'.v  lnil rr'il.o iy *c- h il, 1 ol  j  IT   your-   *��������� l.'ilii'-,    nw    -li.'ililiy   'Int. I  ���������i/'lllfM il, nii'-ii; Ij (..nils Io |/|i'iv. you. I  I uill"   or- Cenl'- I'.iil'ii' Mnde < li.ll.i-.  I'epairel  ,iod   il",iii(i!  in ';or������l ...iyl'-.  ,   Call or' ,*,e:irl po, I. t.-irvl.   ,  Sarnuel '.Neeclham, Douglas St.  K-lirl.li-rlied  l.'f yerii-s,   .  ^li'ict-ly Union Labor Shop.  I villi ;'! I1!/- l.ii--I iiirprovi-nidils will  ] i-iiv<��������� r rid r iir-o.i-.ii-��������� !������������������ . -ii'iN. coiririlet.:  i.ii, li.ilrn;-, i.' .'...I'ii-. I.'i piorltieei", |!r.r������s  IP.;'i. .--.ippl.ii r; Sli.i. In''.' Ivlili'i.'. lOril"  'l i"n -, ( 'i.' i. '.- !���������' iir ill i'-i'i, Oil frill, nl ���������')  Oiu-liiilf ri.,/. ii   IJ.-in-'l    .md   JJt.oks of  111-!.' ll'-tinli.  PRICE   $25.00  ...CHAS '.J; -AMAN.':.'  won  Dr;iviin( ,'iinl 'delivoiii-itr .t specialty.  Teiinii ;il ways rciujy ;it, pliortcst  notice.       Contracts   for   iobliiiiit  i      *' H  taken.    AacA  for , .B. C. Oil Co.,  ii,obert3 Samson,  e{&3!  'tW,  &^mm������mmmmmiijmi

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