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Array *?r    ' J,x  *L  V  -���������y*--..?*���������;>.  Vol 6.���������No. 30.  REVELSTOKE. WEST KOOTEXAY,  B. -C, JSWEMBEE % 1809.  $2.00 a Year.  P^^-^^^/^y^y^^/^^^^/^^^^/^/^^^^  "W/ //&������ m;w //wc // /.s"' 0/ra to British Columbians to do  good work iu starting an agitation - in favor of (he government,  ownership of railways, ferries and telegraph lines in the Domain ion. *' * * 7Vie 'next 'Dominion elections arc zvil/iiu  measurable distance.- fherc is no reason why the zucsi should  'not'send back representatives lo the next Dominion parliament a  solid unit ou this point, no matter to ^ which political party they  Viay be ���������affiliated.���������Revelstoke Herald, ATov. r������, iSgg,  Early last June' Hewitt Bostbck, M. P., while speaking in favor of the  appointment of a railway commission empowered to make and regulate railway  rates ivithin the Dominion,'made one. of the best speeches heard in the house'  of commons ln������t year-. Tt migi't be as well to ' remember tlr.-rt Sir Gurries  Tupper replied to Mr; Busto.-k: He could see no necessity for a railway'com-  r commission and ridiculed the'idea of government ownership. In tin's he was  /  heartily .supported by his party.    Jn part   Mr. YDoslock'.s speech was as follows  Revelstoke ,Rink Company Ltd.'  Last night ata ineeting'in the Union  Hotel a company was organized for  building u skating and curling rink.  Money enough has been- subscribed to  commence opera tit7n<;, $2100 being already secured, and the work of,building will be proceeded with at once.  The site is on the river bank directly  above the old smelter. The- memorandum of association Wns, adopted  by the fourteen stockholders present  nnd ,r provision;,!] board'of director's  elected with full-power to act ,for the  company. The directors are: II. J.  Bourne, II. A. Brown, ,W. M.���������.Law.  rence, I. T. Brcw.ster nnd K.D.J.O-  Johnson. The' rink will be loOxGO  feet in size. , ���������      !        '      ���������>    , '* 15   ���������   ii. .      Board of Trade.  The hoard of trade council' met  Thursday night, with live members  present. No business of importance  was transacted.  Ooiiitminici.'liohs were received from  the postal   .-niLho'i ities  promising   tri  weekly mail service to Ferguson.  J. J. Roy, Dominion 'engineer, consulted the board in relation to Columbia rivin* improvement.' He thought  it would require about $30,(&0 to put  the channel in good condition fiom  Kevelstoke to Death rapids.  Bachelors' Ball.  .The bachelors' ball Monday, night  was Un-* success of the season. A  goodly company was present and, all  thoroughly enjoyed themselves.' The  aper-a house was gayly decorated for  the occasion, the music good and supper-  excellent. Especial notice *drouId be  given one corner of the stage which  was fashioned afler a char-actei i.slio  bachelor's den, the grate.-md mantelpiece being decorated with pipes,  bullies and tobacco jars, etc., and  placarded " Wanted a Wife," which  has many times ��������� b-.*en the want and  need of nmny.ri young bachelor in just  such a den. ' "  Coufici  ,       ' $  G. S. MeCar'.er is in- Calgary  slior t visit.  on a  Lift night's council meeting 'was  another slow affair-. ,For about Ihe  fourth time the hoard of' public works  was ordered'lo build the Douglas -I reel  bill sidewalk. ' Now will it be dime!  Z[A11 the aider-men were present and  in the- absence of the mayor1, Aid.  Graham took the'ehair.  ConiinNiiications wore received from  Capt. Taylor- staling 'that the Dominion gn\ eminent would build a drill  hall if the cily; would runiis.li a site;  referred to finance committee. F.  Feasor, calling attention to an unpaid  balance of account, as returning officer;  referred to the city solicitor;' from  piovincial secretary,  refusing  to give  I also would wish that, railway commission should eventually consider!- he  question qf (he desirability of the government taking posies-ion of our (J.m-  ' ndi.-'m railways. Thi? 1 know is a que.���������  tion involving n very large amount of  money, and a great deal,of serious consideration as to the best, .method of  accomplishing il. I* lind, however1,  that; people of ditT'eient classes and  people whose' experience has   been   so  ��������� l'-i! apar-t. as men who are the presidents of the'great i ail way ��������� systems id  the United States nnd the. leaders of  the/social movement   there   have   both  ���������ii practically corfte to the same conclusion  ���������although uf course  from   a  different.  , process of reasoning. The belief of  men like 0. P.  Huntington,   who   has-  . wide railway experience, is- ihaUeven-  ��������� tually (lu. railway systems ofllni  United States- must omiro into the  hands of either one or* two large enm-  , panics. Mi*., lluytiii-Uori arrives at  that corn u-irii by a rnethi d of re tsi n-  ingby which he shows tint, this ly-mlt.  "ywould-"cMKluco    to     railw.ivs   "hi   g  Then,   we   have   the   experience   of  countries in Europe, such as Germany.  In Germany they have dealt, with   this  question   from   an    entirely   different  point   nf   view.    The    railways   there,  there were taken charge of by the military policy of Ihe country,   because   it-  was deemed advisable from'n strategic  point of view that the railways  should  be kept entirely in   the   hands - of   the  government.     Consequently,    in   Germany the rail ways.;ue all operated   'by  the government, who have used   them  very largely to  benefit the traders and  shipper's of trie country,   and   to   help  Ihein to establish trade relations' with  other' countries, by placing the rates at  a very low .figure, ' In   this   way   they  have brought the Germ in   trader  into  keen competition   with   the  ti aders of  England and other- parts of the  world .  in a way   that,   would    not 'otherwise  have.been possible.. At. the same lime  the German railways    haw   not'' been  found to be it  Inn den   on   ihe   people,,  bL-c.iuselhu-.i.e.vjimiie they have leceived.  has .-imounLed to  a   considerable   sum  'worked more eeono iric.r'ily   i:>    ihe  iuv|;in-oi-y   year-.    Then     t ho    government.  ^ , ~V~ ��������� . ��������� , TT,TTVTT,rT*TT~,;,:TT  ..'IDE OL JkZR^TXCQsr  city further u������e of gover nmant.  build  ing; laid over till next meeting.  A petition was received from, Uu-  residents of Boyie avenue,t-intipi.iiuii g  of the impassable condition of |h,.t  street;    referred   to   tlie   public   works  committee.  u   a  Bylaw dividing the citv irilo wards  reached itsijiiril reading.  A long discussion tool; p'ai * on  building sidewalk up Douglas m. hill.  Filially the board of public works M>  ordered to proceed with the work.  Xo'further bu-ine^s of impoi lance  was transacted and, the' council adjourned.     ' ,  OF.APPLICANT-yd BE PLACED  OX THE VOTERS' LIST FOE  THE CITY OE REVELSTOKE.     . * V,  1.  ' Dominion op Canada,  Provinck of DuiTisii Ooi.umria, J-To Wit:  MUNICIPALITY OF  RliVKLSTOKK,    J  '        '       '  I " ���������  do solemnly declare thil f inn a British subject'a n.d nf the full aye of twan'y-onc years,' that  f haw. been a 'householder  within the muuicipaj limits of the mmiicipality of kevelstoke for the twelve months immediately precccdiuy the first day  of JS'ovember,  1  i  in the  less then   .-  ��������� terest of .ill concei-ned. He naturally  concludes that tbis .should be done by  forming au immense ooinpaiiy, arrd not  by niij.in* of g '-. er-n-iieiit. ownership.  , On the other- h.nrd Mr. J'owderly 'and  nthei's who have conoidered this question from ;i totally different point ot  view, have come to thuconclusion that  in the interests of the' p-*ople of a  counti-v    like   the   United   State-,'   it  i '  would lie very much better thai' lire  railways .should be owned and upcr--  ated by the government.' If we may  take ihe experience of the. Australasian colonies-, we lind that the railways, run as they aie there by th"  government in the i;:f,ortst, of (he public, are able to afford'to the people  Very much wider- advantages in some  ways,-than the railways on .this continent, controlled as they are by private  corporation-*'. It stands I.o reason that  when you haven railway operated , in  c the interests of L':C whole people, and  where you have i; operated by ,-i company, the company and the directors  of tbe company 1 avo. Lo take into consideration the dividend, which they  sbail pay their, shareholder s, and a  'number <>f othei- m.i iters which are  not altogether-in ihu iut"re.sts of the  genera! public. '  They have to deal practically with  divei'sfied interest..- and to make them  coincide a- nearly as they possibly can.  yiras fixed the rates   on   an   intelligibh.'  bisis which tile people of ,the    country  c in nnd. ralnii'd.    It is .-ilrno-t   iinpos.���������  ible   I'm-   any   ordinary   iinlividu.il   to  understand tho'principle un    which   n  railway company flxesdhe rates  in   almost an y case.  -The boat ds of  liiilway  official., who arrange Ihe rates  do   not  seein'to be guided liy   any' intelligibh.  piinciplcs th it the ordinarv  individual  can iiiidei>t,mil;   bin    when-   the   railways at e r un by   the   govei-nment,   as  they are in Germany, wc find  that  the  rates an; founded   on intelligible' principles, and are estimated, not on   what,  the traffic will bear, but tin   a   general  principle that, enables the people of the  country, to  understand   the   basis   on,  which they are fixed, and consequently ,  assists them in making   their    calculn-  fmis in regard to their business generally.    For these reasons   I   hope.that  the effect, of the  resolution , which   we  rue now consideiing will   he   that'the  government will lake lhi������ question  of  the y.ppointnienfcof a bo.-iid of  railway  eominiss'o.ier-H   into   theio    immediate  consider.il ion, and that we shall   have  a b lard appointed in this country  ih.it.  will    be   clothed   with    the   necessary  powers for-dealing with this  question,  and for exercising siii.h"a   control   oyer  the railways in   the .country   that.  we.  shall be able to   get   this   question   of  rates more sat isl'aetorilv settled in   the  intereMs of the people.  , aud that the dicelliuy or diocllivys occupied by mc durini/'-that time is or are situate  ' i ' '       '      , ' o ' ,  ward in the nnd muiiicjpalitij, and that tbe.  rent' oi\   rents, or rent valve or. values, thereof is not  .   ������������������    dollar* per iiinntm each; and that   I haw paid  all   municipal,   rates, taxes, avd'liceuce fees,  exclusive of iiiiter rate or uxitar rant, or rates or /axes,,upon lauds or wiprommev.ts payable by,?������", naiwly  , '        ' ; and I make this solemn declaration, conic iei iliousty   lic/ievin'/ il to be true, airl kuoiri'ua that'  if is'if the sum-: force aud effect ai if made under oath mid'by virtus."of (he'"C'anada Evidence Act, ISO-}."  day of  Dei  at  hired before me  thi  ,              ,  A. D. 1  Jt.Jt.Jz.  ^y^^y^^^^^  COUNTY COURT/  A Big Docket   Disposed   of-by Judge  ' Forin.  County court opened at 7 o'clock  Tue.-d.ry niglii,-with Judge Forin on,  the bench. A l.u-ge number of cf-es  wero disposed of in 1-1 time. The  most noticeable incident of I he se.-sion  w'ii' the roast hi*' Ihuioi gave the barristers ami t he O. J1. K. for their big  bill nl costs hi la.ses where employees  of the company are gai-nisheed. In  these cases he refused Lo allow al tor-  ney'rf fees.  Applications foi-eiti/eirship were received from Geo. W. flench, Alsonso  Teiiini, ''Anton Ijcpgien and John  Sands. ~      '  The ni'M sitting of (he coin t heie  will be on the 7i h of J.iuu.-ny next.  The docket   was   disposed   of as fop  lows:  - Din ke vs. .lowed,-- next coiirl.  IiCiidriim vs. Fleming- -enlarged.  llobiiHon v-. Xi'i'dliaui���������-defendant  ordced to pay $l!) pe. iiiontli."  Kootenay Lumber (Jo, vs. IJurynnd  the Smihliuii! C/o. Ltd.���������next coin-t.  Stewart vs. Li-ithwait���������judgment for  yki.lo, ;      ;������������������ '- -' ������������������ ' '   '��������� ������������������  , Bengough for tho 29th.  .1. W- Bengough, who is to lecture  hereon Wednesday fvening,iiext, is a  man of extraordinary versatility.. He  is one of the cleverest'and most origi--.  mil cartoonist in the woi Id and it is  thiough his car toons in Grip and the  Globe and other papers that he is best,  known; but he is also a poet of no  in can order and a pi'nlilic writer of satirical verse, and skits.. He'was guilty,  of a comic opera at one period of his  hiisory, while h-- has few equals a,s a  platfo.rm ente; i.liner,'his chalk (alkj  with their mingling of song and' story  enlivened bv till'.hand skeU-hes of local  character being intensely inseresting.  Mi*. Bengough has friends fiom one  end of Canada to the" other who are  always glad to have an oppoitunity of  welcoming him and his good natured  fun. ' ���������   .     '-.  ���������  ,        The Drill Hall.  The city could not. possibly , make a  belter investment than that of the few  hundred dollars necessary to purchase  a site for- a drill shed'and armory. The  Dominion government, oli'ei- to put up  a $2,o<)() building. oOxlO") feet in size if-  the city will furnish the land whereon  to build.  o-o-o-o-o-o-ao-o-o o<H><><>a-<>o^o<K><>o-o<>o  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  F. MlGuu.'iii, uarris.ter. of Veinon,  wis in YRevylsloke AVi dursd-iy. \  Capt, Taylor passed the examination  successfully and lias received his commission as commanding officer of liis-  company. - ^  Tlu* resolution of the synod of New  Westminister creating the new diocese  of Kootenay will be read in St. Pcu rs  church tomorrow*.  Lawrence,    the  hardware   man, has  i    bia   coiisi'gunie.nt   of  ill   kinds of  just received   a    big  1   '     GRIP AND-PASSWORD.  Nominations for  Officers   in   Several  Lodges.  ( i F *  The elections of oliicers for the next  year are. now the most (interesting lop-,  ic for discussion   at   [iresent   in   sec et-  society    circles.  ,   Elections' in    three  lodges will take place next week.  r   y i. o. o. v.  Selkirk lodge "-'conferred four degree s  Tuesday night and-' will have .-iii* initiation next meeting.      ''  -  Election of oliicers   will-take   place-  Tuesday next night.    Xjiniinations are  as sollows:   .       < ���������   ,  N.'G.���������Dert Ilanbui-y.  -    V.'G.���������Peter Hooloy.     -  Secretary���������Jas. Mathic.  Treasurer���������li. Gordon.  N'omination-j for oliicers    in - Kevelstoke lodge have been made, and at tie  -.riextriTieeiing-tJiOs^lodge   will ������ichose iis ',  officers from among the(follijwing ucin-  itrc.es: ->>  "X. G.���������]{. S. ,1Wilsoii.,ahd;;L'.>J. Grji-  liam.       , ���������   , ;.  "V., G.���������A. C.   Tliompsmi. E. Water-1'  son and X. T. Edwarda.  Set-retaiy."���������Ed. Ketilrsori.-n 1 J. A-  Stone.  TreasctcV'-T-J. 1. Woo I;���������<.������:   '  ���������    KXIOHTS-OK   I vrtit.vs.  li-i-rs    t'-'i-   G'o'd  Nominafions for  Il.itig** lodge aie  ii-   follows:  next .Weilnesdav ni^ht.  C. C���������J. \\VCross, -M. L>.  V. C. Win. Mater.  Prelate --Win. .Murray.  El  M.  W.���������E. I'm  itidye  in.tr  rar  edit n  ii  K.of JI. .t S. ���������H. A. lh...  SI. of F.���������1L A'. JJrown.*  M. of  Jy-.l. Allan. ���������    ,  M-af-A-:���������L. H. IJuek.  I. G.--J. McCallum.,       '  0. G.-���������J" Sullivan.  Meetings in I. 0.   0. F.    \:tt}[   next  week:���������   -  - .Monday���������Mt. I)-*gbie Court, T. 0.F/  Initiations.  Tu-isday���������Selkirk   1. dge  T. O. 0. V.  Werlnes:dav'--GokI   11,u."e !o 1 *e K;  of V.  Thursday���������He\eKioke "Kidgu   I.   ().  O. F. ,        - ,    ,       '" ���������  . l'l'idav -Loyalty   lodge   S. p. E. J).  S., irr while rose <i<-������ri-e. '':    ,  einm  -non-  'iMorr-is & Steed vs.  ll. Fl  suit.  .Morris it Steed vs. C. E. Shaw���������judgment I'or SI0.70.  Zvrrda vs.  Enterprise  Brewing Cm-  next court. r  Yip Lung vs. Leithwait���������judgment  lor SSO.  Ahlin   vs.   Atchison��������� fudgm -nt for  $27.70.  |     Ah   Wing   vs.   L -ilh-v.-iit-enl rrg":l.  |      lb-own it   Pool   vs.   McLeuiiai! ���������dismissed.  Flor-.i   vs.   Giecu���������judgment   for   SO.  J. JL. Scott appeared for ' While <t  Scott and made application for TTie  appointment of a coumiismu to t:lke  the evidence of \V. White in th- cn������o-  of White vs. II. X. Coutsiyr, ;Iih1 Scott  vs. Coursier���������application refused.  Savage vs. Brown ��������� g.ri-ni?be,..-  nvotvy paid hack.  Fleishman vs. Brown������������������garnishi-e ���������  money paid back.  Wiit.son Foster- vs. Birney���������adjourned till next coin t.  F.ii-im.I y>. Stone-ili-missi'd,  Melveciurie vs. L.-nmlitoii-iudgment  for .SS1.S.";. '     " j  Hevei*al i'.iscs eonne.'ted with the  Sprvigge estate '.*, ill be heard in chain,  herd, '    .'-'   ��������� ���������  0<K)--OH><><H><><><KK><><K>  The Slocan miners hive scored a victory all along the. line, and the trouble  i.s now over, The mine managers have surrendered and their representatives  ate now in conference, willi the distiict executive committee of' the, union with  a \iewf to bunging about a complete, settlement of the trouble. The basis on  which a settlement will be made is $3.00 for an eight hour day and union con.  ditions abo'.e and below ground. Superintendent Hand, of the Payne i.s representing the mamigdis and any agreement he may make with the union will  he, ratified by them. The special constables at the Payne mine' have been discharged, the Italians fired and -10 union miners engaged. Other mines are  also engaging union crews.  The Payne, mine was first urine, to capitulate and asked for a conference.  The. other managers have been falling over each other in their haste to follow  suit. This is exactly v> hat the Mail predicted last week and this sudden  change of front was largely due to the expose of the managers' agreement  made by this paper at lhat'tiirre. They saw that .vitli the arrival of Commissioner- Chile to investigate the trouble for the Dominion government their jig  was up and that they had better get in out of the wet before proceedings were  ooiineiiced ngainst tlieih,  Srnilv Fridav night.  Smily Concerc Co:  - Miss Solum Turnings and ,Mi-������ .Maggie' I lendor.sou arenow engaged' in a  spirited ticket���������L'llim; io!)to:-t l'nr- ,-i'  purse offered by the Oddfellow* j',.|-  selling lhe tickets- fm i|K. Smily  concert Fridav night. Tire pm-e will  be divided and pie-entod tn (he l.rdiea  by Mi-. Smilv ;ii the conceit.  bird cages.     lie will   sol  cages at juices to suit.  The subjects in the Methodist- pulpit on Sunday will he: Morning,  ���������'Baptized with Eire:" .evening, '-The  Wor-kiugmnn's Worst Foe."  J. W. Law, wife and daughter will  shortly leave for the Sairlwicn Islands-.  Mr. Law, will return to l!o\elstoke in  the spring, but his family will make  their home in Honolulu..  Dominion Engineer liny was in the  city this week in connection the work  lo he done by the Dominion above the  canyon. , Chas. Ilolten will be in  charge of the work.  T. I>. Nock and wife, Thomson's  Landing, was in I'evolsloko a day or  two this week, and left yesterday  morning for the old country, where  they will make a long \i-it.  .  B. P. Pellipioce, who left for Child-  en on Tuesday to rosurrect the old Fast  Kootenay Miner, as the Golden Eagle,  has decided to wait till April next "before, assuming the, undertaking.  K. D. J. C. .Johnson,   J I.    C  E.  K. Steele and 'TO.  vMacgowan   \������^n\l,/'MV'"/1"   e  secured tho Cra-e   lesideneo   on   Con- ! llu" pnl,llc  f<"   t,,-"*">K   '���������>���������������   Sd'b..fi  One Cent Don't Go.  The  iiiuii Uiu letter i ale o| one r en'  ha- been done n way with and ii no \  remiir (-���������; a.1 v. o-eent -lamp lo, s,.!:d ,. j,-i-  ler fl om IteVcl-loke in t ill- St.il ion ;ni.i  vice ver-a. If this i- not done i he r e-  cipienl will have to put up the exit a  copper.  An Apology.  The Mail  to     it-  ...      ,      j... .-..no   aas   to   apol-ii:i/.e  Dior, ,       ,     ,   . , .  i reader* tin  being  <tte in- week-a ml t >  wide open by issuing Sunday uior-nin^.  In.-ibility to secure pr-inter.s w is th,-  cause.  Quits The Paper.  naught avenue, and will have   a   jolly  bachelors'    home    there    this    winter.  ( A.    McHae,    Jack    Allan    and    I).  Steai-man were at Shuswap   tln'.s week j  looking for  ducks-.       Study    returned!  Wednesday with a big bag,'   while   his i    fellow nimrods wont into   the hills for i      After this issii<^ of the   M wi    -\   C  deer.    They   retuiued   U'ste.day, li������v- ' Thomnson \m'I1 no lo ,-  be i-omi'-'te.i  tug .secured two. [ wilj, t'|ie |)ap(,r-   ������                        t  Smily 'Friday night.  |  .Smily Friday night'.  iis!**  ffCTBarasgaiswggBagj^^  1S������Bt&?HRBSRBEG5SB1Z$m3Ett& ��� -��a%s..^-/i'
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���"./ JOB'-P1UX'iTING of oycry kind at���bit.;r-<-as6n-
���"' ������.. able rate^lind slibrtcsi'iiotice.; /',; y- y y.-y~
..ACCOUNTS .;.forrYj6V>;'y:iii-ii'iti"if^.yr.6r.:*adv-'ci-fisiii^ri:
aY, payable.oii'tlio first of every nioii tli.;""""'- '';���-"'
''���'/ CbKRESPONDivNCliypii.; ail"'riiattereYof local
or public interest invited, nnd earef ally. (.-.on-
:,.;:;��� a'sidt-rcdy A i};��onii��'iibicfiti<)as to"ltie-.i:Edil'<iiv
Y '��� ynni.stbe nceonipaiiied, b'y theYi'iiune of, l.'ie
��� ���-'.'yy'writgr. riot iieeessar-ily;for p'jblicJUiOMV.b.ut
Y;y -as.air evidence.of good.f.iiUi.yy [....-:,:y.y, "y'-y
y:y/ yy'&ftdr<ysyr-y'y//yyyyyy-/-- yy "���..///
y y'x:xy..y yy'ui-iJvdoTKNiv-y^YMYAiL, ������ ";'Y;Y
"X3--y-:->jj *f$5y ���-.-.    ""     "   . """ "
^i^/'liHjfcjrertcc    to   ch-ap   .Mongolian
���^I.<lif.!|-.--i-b��Hil   tit".  M'ttbd   sjjt-, dih   ,llUl
deniiuUv." Wc i.iii so,. |,j    (1,,.   ,(Volts
^Rl**lHH^fyi1'll<y^io'';UI   mine   owners
yt<r;fjnrstiiji^tl^-'"^;!!'liirig oi"the   Eight-"
Honr'lii'vy, .how readily they yvoiild;,.i-e'-
sort tu the cheapest, aiid uiost���degr,-'id'e|l.
yliviiig ;w;!ge-to;y*k,iiied  miners, ��� and Jf.
ythe -cplliei:$v{(Vp;e'raib^^
iii theirlight, brybeha if of'tiiiV' (JliiiVi-se,
no gi;e,-rt:;3\'d)il;eYwiliyelaps(v.rM.:rore-aii'at-.
/tempt vyIf bejuade i: to' introduce '. thy
.���^l/fiigiiiiaf.y.i'nto 'di'e;,;silvei*-<lead>mines:
as we do, ibat.-tlit; fi'it iiry p'i'bspci it.y of.
,._.;Tliat  Xov,   Yoik man  who is turning
yinto. stone YseeinsitrK, be playing : in -hard ,
hic-lc'.���Deliver I'ost.; .,.-,y.,..-:..,...^
Guatemala .���now,/wants .annexationY-to'
the United ' Suites.Y It liiijjhtYserve YUn-Y
c-le   Sain   for .-a : watch -charm.���Tone-lin'Y
: Capita l.:y-y'yy "y yy-y,; ������    ,   ^ 'y.y..   y
,x A I'hiladelphia. man claims tliat?:he'.c;:ih;
Yniiuiufactiirc-ice- at 'a'-'cbjlt/of' JO. centsyaY
tony.  This almost' boats ;iiaMre.^4C1eve-'
. laiHl.y.Leader. ' ';,,..'',,' y. yy ���" -���������������/ryxr :'xyyy
/^y "taffy."j.please/-./.They'iipyio' ilnt.e- Sa-:
.:^.1^'Vs^-v?.*'''.''^'?.tt-1.<?'.tlie di^i)��tod).v:.tatIv'iii:f;';
yirs sw,eef'-'t'o ine,asT.vnii like, but i]oii*t--j*-ive'
''��� JIaM:ii:ifnyyHard ware.Yy,.y/yY Yyy.;'- y/yx.. -y,
':y,,;.Tlie'iJol:u,:ex:iiedi.tibhs,ytli'e reiieivexpe-
ditioiisari'] they cxp'edijtions: I'or'tlie relief;
i 1, . li... ������,.-;-���-'  -l- 1 ,.i-  ���-i -i      r-     ��;>.'v.i.7,.iij>i   tuu; i:.\pui.ii,ui;us, ior  ine reiret
'^"'���y'^YiH'^^^Yy''11:- inrdst;   t be,, out-     erry waters';,all :.cktirncd Yiipy���jihiud'apol'is
c(mieYoi,-|iie:iii-l)|yi.-;iti(i>Ji proceedings at.'.', ;Yfriini'S. ������;-���'���;-/ 'yy.,..; ��� .; '.' y-yy yyy-'���������y/x'
���y'" ' ivryixitiy."the :yett.leHy/-\vho ' liiiih j.licy
/ /\ ybi-i^^eY-Hc-'roysy he'X| l^cilbiwo'i't; will /iii it y
���/'.'���y/. .be paidyfi:ii*ytheii-. jvfti*|yyyiViVdy. ijidhlgey
/yy/hpf ;tliego.vei:iinien,t ligelityyuyThbyylltJi;;/
Niiiraiiir'ois 'ofJ-(My- gi'ea'lj'.'-im'jMi'rt.a lice.
������������-ll-!0i;e yiiiii'('se;itVe to -;bey-jierni'ii-Yted'f-'to,,
:, 'jy o? "lis i fi -'ii? i ifj i^o.lJJ e i-i i;s ihe \vliitev!hinersY
jwher-'e.������".���' If; thi'' Chinese/Yregaiii yact-ess'
|-t.O ������. Id 14'r x;olb erii'fi,1-' "t 11 y y,'/.. w i 11 y so nn//\ iy -
YIV;iiid wiirkiiig: in 'birry pi-eeiousYniet.air
ii'riiies..;YiTiie resirltY; will'/be./ 'ol'-;' obir rse/
jfhat the���'�����.<��� hil.e....iiiih(;;i'.si,;of'every (lescrip-
-t ioi'l yil'l bydr iviiii out'niVt.he Pi-ovirrce,;
likyt.lris bh'a.yrruj: \yy|)iri;()os't'j^) iipiriisi/
'in i-yi-i-y.AViiy. ,.possiJ)ie ., itsyreiili^at ioiiv
; y'ybiyne .isyjiisliiied ,Jii;tre;il ing t he
inal tei'liglitiyy A yeiiyY'ser-if iirs;,-sit 11a-;
Ijou'iY'iviifriontytbi':���people of t liis ;.Pi:ii\y
.i.rVce,-ii'.'.rd Ay|iiit|,yer'(UfifereiH-eY of -i>|iiiii
^onjiri'iiy'exist; upli'iyyby; siibjei-ti;:. ih.ei.e'.
jsyioeseapiii^'fi-yyiiyi.ruVyfiici/'thVit, ,it/has;
to' tit'' I1J(;I. ;t ll(l.ii.';t'l I. \\vit h-."^ / Y /-;.;;; ������y-y:.
���.siiir'sYstateiiifirit.'wheiiYYtihey.-lunttei'; wiisY
/yY ii'i red i ryeivni a i Tear i'i ej-s-;ire: pe t i t ib ri
ing/ihrypiyturastei--ge!iei'aIf/ntt; ';i:ny.\ify
ci-ea-se iii ;t,heii-:.'iini!iii)uii)/y;Uii!-y.yY^yy
���yy AI m .��*;m"< ���! fj 1 s-yi' i i.s'-'f.'i e t* f ��:*i 1.4f o'AV?v/*yTt;Ji^i i ii s tr.'i
liibi.ii-'iueurliers ol/Uiirdegisliit.rii-e./, YYy ���,
YyY ;y yY yyy^rqu^
:Yy :Y/; y/jY^i yyY 'Y / y / Y- i ty s 1 i o ii 1^1 y^| j <i y'p ;i ft J; i'u;,' y i iy< J/Y J) e;/\v t^i i .11:1, y >o t Y
/y/yy yy// wbuldy-pyy/f oiyi My. I'j-fey t l.ie.h/l j aid 11 ic*.;
yy/yi Yy/y/i wliple/'i n iiTteribefii re^xlie.ygoi-eiiniiieiit;/
iii l/y "yy/i/Y; Spjfardiei has;iiiy
yyyyy/yr'yYpayYfciiytlre/Yw :-;'Lr;i;,}.��i>i-:Xvvui Vvc'll^vvj 11;: I >.'i;;. ��� ��_i .yc-'j :;ij;il i.tl/^i.i^.iVfti'i
y^y-'/y y. -;:,'���/.',/.'.'i",...,-'.' .,*. ,-,.,,:.,-c;.,.,/ ./!".-,-: t, "'-\'\y * y;> '���.'-���'..   . ';<y^',���*~,' /��;.,. yy^ .y/,/-.\
/ y yi/; yr/yx / n 6 ty al 1 o w e d yt ii * p iyyajiit;:YYui;ip/"ct:iit'"tliat
'/:Y /;'-yy y/y. is "no ti aut 11 oi'-yi z(.*riy;Y;>vi t. ii; till (f yi i i ; t jc j 11 y^i iY 11 a
y/y/yy/y iiMb'ii iYvty.i^rocl^y'to-rii'eygci'v^riiYrTiehty/'/yOf
������' Y-1.{yvyyy "ot,; tp have n/slice of iChinn'v
;-y]tiau,.',',p<iwei*sy the ���.Jocnniotives.y fhey-Y 'will'
���'need  in   their y new-territory-���:St.\ J^ouis i
;lnicst-I)|r>p:it,cli: _.'''.-'���.���;��� ���;/,'������ /yy./;,' //:/:        'iy.'/'
y,yNow/.ihat little ila'pahyhas''been admit-i
���ted/iuto, the senior ychissyof'/civilizaiioii
yshi:������'iihis't ri'iiieiiibei- tliat ih'giiity/arid'self ���
���poise ;ii re,; traditional': necessities of ���siicli''
a p(jsitiprr.yst,-y IJoiiis Iteprrblici/-//""////"yy
YWIu'ii ,it::c'()ine!s.tb tryiiiyr/to/pn t n bbb!/
into/a single woi-il; the .Cei-niniis certain:
yiy:take-;lii-kt;iii-i;:eY.'j'JHyiiave caiied'thcir
drosi-likerr;;'!���New: Voik Ilt-i-ald/yy,;.; y/i'y
��� ban<!c oi*y.)Vi!shingto!i.  coi-rcsiioiKleritsY'tc-:
give;tlii-iiiYayeiisaOoiiifor iiii,;.drill season:/
'Y'yyliotiexist;���iYMltshiiVgir^sp-vtvlij/'Y .yY'
./YYUs.1 be;:l''i;iii'is'.yI.yahi;r iirofess:)!-:Ywho'Iihs:
Y;<liscin-Yi'i-yl;;llii:ityas|i!iall, ycnir iK'ifinide/oiit:
��� Ofreddrei-i-i;:-, won Id/now tiirii/tlie/proc-
/ess; end :fiiiyeiidy a'ni|Y sliow,;iiow red her/:
��� i-ings: ;-<:airy be; .iiiiide,;;oiitJoiy iispiin!t/y the*
Yi,'''*('s��YWould possess/a liy culiaiiccd*coin-:-Y ���
YQKAI,KD,';T!-;^lY);CI!3addres-i-d to tlie mider-
t:.-' .,^-'ol1(-d..nn(l endorsed *-Te'iidcrr'ori)oiniiiioii
JJinldiiiKs. Now \Vi'Ki,niin.sfei-,.J', C..V wil] be're-
(���cived al |Iris ollici; nnlils't'ye.sday. mh.Decern/
.bt-i-, 1:!J.'J, fur tfle coiisli-iiciioii ol! two. buildings/
a I'.osr; Uiiice and iin: ox;uniiiiiijc ' W.-ireliou.-o at:
^.e-.v^yesT.iiiliis.i'ci-Jj.iC:    ,-.. ������",.'��� -.-'���   ,,������,������'    ������;      y.,
Piling.'nnd siietrilleiitioris can lin sceri.'ariri foi-rii"
of tender, aiid,-ill .iiece.-wurv, inforinat'ion   ob-',
.tiuneiI,iitt;!i|.:t.liis<lei)arti.M(;ntiiiid:,fit, tlie'oftice
ol .1. H. Jtoy,yEsfj.,;; resident, .enKhieer, ������' Xcw'
\. oMiiiuisi.fi', I��..C.y,;-,..;;i,:y ;.. ������.-.���.,.,���.,   :������:���'.'. ���'������;' ���-.
'��� J'ui-i'ions tciuleriiiff; nrs hotijied "��� tliat/"tf iitlers'
will.not, be con.siilereii unless made on the.form1
.sii|jp!ied , and   siKired Ywitlo their  actnal Ysiir-
r.iatnres.y.yx ..,; :, :,:---y'yxy:.y---, y.-x   ,;���'"'���.:.���7.-,
: tCacli icr'i.dej-iiinsi, b;;Y;-.cconipanicd-bv'an ac-i
cepletl lmnk (,:lie<ineinad'c ]iavatiieto theoi-der
of the.]J,o:i.,tiie'''Jlinisler, of ./Public Ayorlcs,'
e.'iinyto ten ix-r ce.iif; (V)-\i. c.) of tin- iiindnht. of
the tender, y,-iiic!iy\yi]l be fol'eilcil.il'. tlrj p.ai-tv
dech'no to enter- into a'confrn'el. when culled lip-
,on to do so,"or- if :he fail to: completeyi.lie work
;coirti-.-ic,t(Jd-for. ������,���': .If' the tender' be lrbLiiciVciitcd-
the cheq ne will..be reliinicd.-;���������-'���:' .-.: -
. iThiyi.epartrnenyibcs.nbt biiidiitself '��� to ^accept the iowestor,any.ten<ter.'; ;.';���:;' . ������;. ",'������.;."/t
-/'/'-;���''';;:. "��� ^/.'���:fY;i;Y-:.,.:.jjyy,r(jer.:y/:'.:.-���/.���....y-.���;.;���-'.::
y'xxy//' yyy:yyxy,yyy.y .":E."F.;.E..'POY;Y;-y:
y-y..;,:���'.:''"-:'"��� ���'-<,��� .��� -:': y '������'-';-: '��������� yy-.;���';:=���,,' H,'SJeci-et;iry.
Department;of Piililie^Voi-ks.-. Y .-yx���y-
'..:y Ottii\va;0.ct.:fifh; 1803.'. "YY:.; .":���-;;   ';'���:���'��� Y y/y
."���.Isey.-spaiicrs ': insoi-tiroc tliis ":'-"hdvcrt,isoiiieiit
without iintlloi-itj-yfi-oni' t!ie���depai-.tnient; will
not be pa id, for it. ������������. ������ ,:;,:.;.,:. :.:,,.
A * y.z.y. .-. r r y ~ y,,- ~.-.,- -~---y- -,-.���*���,..,- ~ - ^ -<?
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Garia'diaii Y.Liibiii/C'bngi-ess./rnd'eypi'e^iy;
di'iTt/Yiif yt.hy.:;'\yini)ip(-g;,:;.;Ti';rdes::;an(l
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/yyTheyi/phdciii/tfi-eeiy yi'iiil\vayirstia,k/ei
hasyiyeny'ntei'ed iritoj l)ea,lf;iii's;of .the'
yciiiiittyiyi eii .-i iid/|i.-��.sr,yydyi l.io: tiii*'ciiY<r t*N-
a'.in'ina t iorV,y-;i:icl/"Y li;i;ii ./I lie/'r'esf���'���������'���,f"(|-';.':-('ip���'���
l.ha!ylH';^'/!>: (J''''I'P^d.: likieY iiYhby (-���'.-ik.l*';';'
yrSyi'ie />'r1e'yajVci<s df/i lj;e iAVii) riipeg-/, \^\.-
Yyerhmfent-y'-'��JC^sii.t.;.-'^,"' ,l_i q-^r--iit.V.f Vj.li fcjy^yyi | i > r.;-/"- J..-:o.
; yyyyy Il]ecillew;iet;yyr-bridsi"��iu^ '
yy-y / beeiy li and 1 cidy f i;i:i 11 iy ��;i 6 iVjyiiri/J'iy, ��/ (D.
y/y/Y'/ylri/ymw; of:'tlie'fa
,;yyyYytacksyb,ir:,y.ljieY;/gblcl/ cobi'iiyiissibifei;Y; ;ii:e'
ty ;/yviiiijus'fc, /���,cbwardI'y yandY��������� ��� conteiiiptiiY;!e;Y
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��� of yd>iiti-iiI/p;-iiwhsy''wVtiii;at&iiywitii -: -very:'
/'i^^iOdtY^^'I'^Sbyy mtbbiiisyin'/aY; pn*sii>/ coiv!
/ taiiiiiig;y (���nl'inyrac/p0W(!i"W'i,y!y/i ���'-���'y // ,y;y/<,
"V Ullti!i/iweiii)yYese;isiiells';nudYYYcoconiiiitYi
y��nr;/Bf Yt 1 ie/ la 11 e ry,/; y:y-y rxyy. yy: yy} .'���';,.; /yy
YV1^"^'-**^*^*!^*}':/.**���* i""1*?* J-?P I* .y H f L"''-f^'��^--VoS^'l^ ""rsi'iia i i^-Y-
YAbesylfOrK-y Y.:nul��fiiriclesiI viVr?i |trSKpqrijr'pi?
yYySiamesey'itsciiimi /icliij< 1 rt/rrv nro Y |>;-obnbIv Y;
���'thph'iiyiiYeJiiive.l iii:the,::\yo!-l(|.-:iN<fi't niorb'Y
. '^Y 7f,':-r)oi:yl: jvpiifsfinitTriiy  |jtit:- pvonYv/tlio
Y I1*/01' 6J ''-'.I'd HvoriiS/ biwii rifeflSnjf������Ys'; i,,|Y
TSTTP'JTrfek^i3; iikitKjiS'irj i^^ion tii/tt.a i-nt of
:-)yt tlic.persons eiiliih-.i, to vote nt the niuni-
crpal elect ions ���for/I he"City -���of-'iltcvblstoUc for
Dbe year 1!) 10 ,is0iid\y:::in. coiir.se,of- preparalipn
'hnd will be closed on, llfcembei-' 1th,���'���'IcWI. Y All
iier-.san'y.cliiiniini; ro.: be; eniitledc  tii'-?volq 'at.
���sricli clcdtiniishoiiltl-'iirrflkccapplrc'itDion'tbY'.lIro
updorsiKiied: before ''snid date lo-liaveY their
.names.placed oh. said list..;.': ���.,.,...y-xx yyyyy yyy.
:--Dated Novcinbei-IiJlh, lSOO.yY.-"YYY"--YyY;yyy".'-.
-i-y'xX.y.. 'yXyxxr   ���xyyyxxy.yx:.. yy--.'(Jil,y,Cldrk.''
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post masiyy-genei-ii 1 fi (YyOttii iyji,, I u /.'. A ty
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liiidyilYbhiiyf'l'/v^Ioi'tiinbie, 'ypi-esii!eiit,:.fVf
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deli/ga fesjptiiri.i.edybiit , ibiiyyyYlie^niiiy;
wei'eMiel(Av;'|.lVw.'st';iii'(l,-i'i'.'(lr.;'uf i\\yirUripe<r
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hi liyrj-r'syyi'iiiyi / t.lbif,i :������ (|)e. f hryi'Y'-yV'iii-s'
slynpagi* biyf!).*!Slaf,ul.bi;ydnei-iiiiHiy Jiadi
/vs-fsi��� !<<-(1 ��� ,1 V.-ifdsIii11.;11i..{jiyy c-;ii-i-i.i*cs;/ y\f-!
t.oi* ;Yli-Zni-iiiiy ;;t!i*jsty;i yi'e'i^i'osi'n tb I ions,;
\vh ichyveiyf Iil !y*^t.i (jst ;t ii,H- i;i (Yi ���<!'-( )y\f;iy��i'yy
'ln.S-.Y;yy^y:-;e!iyn.::sove>('i-ni dies; llio-Ywliole;!
yppoiJIeyhnistyshiivcytheirYhSiilsy ^hilta
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J-\Ji^\tZ.nt%-'' ~��'V ^^!;mV(Ili,1 p��rt-...t-:v.-��,ni,i���>'. THE KOOTENAY MAIL  AN iNDlAM  SUMMIT'  Y.  .',. V'Ciln O.'Yfla.kl.t-ss gcilJt-nrod :lii:!o-.v! /'y yy.  kwi, Ji'lvioom-s a-ftiiili'/riii^ itis ore  a Ol autumn's riiine lo k-t it {jrace'ihc -<^n>''  Thatkidi-fh frdin ilicir. siglit tlie' cloister Vktfy  Of sucinrer's radiant browVV Her footstep EloV.  Hovr seeks tlio portal.'  I.o!'thc-ir smiles resloif  ,??.hcr the lneni'dr.v.'of.'childhood's lore,  '.The innocence its siniple joys bestow.:   ',,:   ;  This phantom,glinrpse''of her���������a;shadow trace���������  .:;Shall leave no, dreamer, happy. in;' this'. drea:n:-':,  Of life until he I:-ai:n,'(lii* mystic art  ,;. / . ..    .',  Chatylighlctli iiotythe;laushter,loving face  ���������'��������� Whene'er'il,breathes the. fragrance, 'that:'doth tr������ic  y Within tire bosom of the clean of. lie-art. : Y.  y.y .     a.y-Y .yy  :. yy  /     ���������Catholic World.  ���������������������������^���������������������������Ott^O^^O^^Vs^  IOho^-^.i:-?  Ths Sexes Livod Tojritlier <>  ,         Jtn Ilnrinony Until au Kie-   ' ���������  ment of Discord, a Pretty V  , Girl, Was Introduced. . . T  No   bonnlrris   house   could   have   been  more homelike than  Miss Coiinnt's.    Tt  wns founded and conducted for ihe'1 benefit of its inmates, nnd if Miss Conant in-  '- cldentnll.v placed n few dolhus in the, sav-  ngs bank every week nobody could ae-  usc bcr of hoinj; inerceiniry'.'    .Sire would  Dot take a doubtful hoarder at. any. price.  In  the iKM-diljoilrood  of   Lincoln   p.uk  Miss Coiinnt's was a l.ui'lmni k, a inodpl  fif permanency anil eoriservaiisrii  rn thp  Sniftinff life "of tli'e city.  'Miss Conant called hoi bo.udors "my  children." ,Slie, hrrd the tine niothei instinct, and thou^li tune |iru| |uout.d.t her  gray hairs and fnte had denied her a  Jjitsbniif] nnd children of lipr own biie had  ppmpeiisntipn by '.'idid'tiiift'lier |u}'iirdcrs.  She'love)] aiiil at-olded Clieni with an  Abandoned naturalness tliat was almost  if not quilo ninterpdl,  ��������� Miss Conmn had one Iron bound, until-  terrible rule, Vi'ithin-her liospitalile walls  tberc were to be���������no , flir tntiou.s. In the  beginning s,lic   be lh* veil   this   rule   to  1"*  necessary.   fi"1' '���������"'    '      ��������� ���������--,   y  < -;       .--    viiiHircn    weie of liotn  sexes  arrd unmarried,  nnd   the  landlady  hnd   hoard  it   said   that   entniiirk-riieiitb  Bometiir.es   arose   which' destroyed    the  '"peace  and (Sedateliess  of  home* life.     So  ���������she made her rule.    It had  never  been  ���������violated.  As Miss Conant Miid.'tlie; e-was  "no nonsense" nhoni her yotuij; ladies and  .gentlemen. They lived together like lireth-  ren.     The   gentlemen    played    sixty-six  'and'discussed   horses   and   piifdli^ts   arrd  ' otherwise occrrp;ed tlieinselves.iis respect-  nble youni; men  usually do.    They met  .the   ladies   respectfully,   even   gallantly,  but so'far ns the tender passion was'concerned   they' niijiht   have   heen   wooden  nicn.  ' Perhaps the youni; ladies secretly  'scorned tho rule.- Perhaps if the .vomit;  'men had templed'them there niiglit have  been flirtation-: and consequent heartache  nnd misery. Hut the temptations weie  . lncking, thoic had been no violation of  the rule and no insurrections in Miss  Coiinnt's little realm. _  Until Mareella came.  , Miss Conant was doubtful of Mareella  nt the first moment, arid ihe landlady  looked-from the unquestionable reference  , to the questionable young woman with  groat hesitation,  '.'Tho girl is too pretty," said Miss Conant, speakin-; to herself, of course. "She  has no business to be %p. pretty, though,  , of course, she'can't-help it. I'll admit  that she soenis'modest'ar.d quite ladylike.,  But she is pictty. and my young gentlemen nre moio human beings. I should  bate to demoralizo'theiri.'' '  ..   -Mareella   was  all  unconscious ������f  tho-'  white haired landlady's thought  arid nev-  er'drcarnt'd how iie.ii' Miss' Conant came  -   to saying thotl- wasn't  a spare room  in  the house.,  The girl stood  there,  looking so irrno-  . cent and childlike, and M>''n I together unconscious of her- bewitching beauty,, that  Miss Conant's doubts vanished.  ���������   ���������   "Thei-e can'|,,be any harpi in that child,  pnd she certainly needs a home.   I'll'take  -I her.   Bless her pretty  heart!"   So  Miss  Conant thought, and so it was decided.    ���������  Unwise Miss Conant;   What have you  done?   Do you really think you can with  safety   bring this" brirrlit'irhd ' seductive  creature into your household ? Your young  men may bo hke wooden men and utterly,  free f rqm nonsense.,.. .Vet they ha ve eyes  in their head'*, and nt one time they had  hearts   in   their   bosoms.    Unwise   Miss  Conant! <���������  ' So whisperer.] discretion, but the landlady refused to listen.   Pei haps it was  '    fate.  Within a day Miss Conant observed  subtle signs of demoralization. Mr. Craig,  who for years had regularly bolted his  food with groat haste, now ate daintily  and lingered a[ tho table. , Mr. Smith  Wore Iiiii host suit to lhe ollice. The card  game was noijleeted, nnd tire gentlemen  gathered in-tlie parlor. Will Ciiruthers  talked softly and entertainingly to Miss  Jones, though lie watched Mareella out  of the corner of liis eye arrd blushed  when she looked his way. Yes; Will  blushed. It was tn remaikable thing.'  Miss Jones glared at Mareella, am] ,Miyj  Beaver called Mr. Smith's attention to  ' tho tnct that the new girl painted her  face.   Mr. Smith pretended to believe it.  The next day Mareella had three bouquets, nnd though she hid them in her  room the landlady ivas.imt blind.  - The dovof.piiionts of a month .filled  Miss Conant with dismay. She felt it  .  her duty to speak to Miss Jones.  "I  am  really i-nito surprised at you,"  '.onid the landlady.    "Why, if it were not  ������o impossible and  absurd   I  should say  thnt you and Will almost seem devoted lo  each other,"  "I am trying to save him from that  doll, thnt���������creature," said Mih.s Jones.  "MnrccllaV" asked the astonished Innd-  Jady.  "Yes; Marcelln. rier conduct is perfectly shameful.' Haven't you seen how  boldly she angles I'or him?"  Miss Conant lin.I not seen it. In fact,  she thought Man.-ella seemed rather shy.  But perhaps Miss Jones was right. Undoubtedly'something was wrong, and as  everything had heen tight heforo Mareella came perhaps Miss Jones was justified in holding her responsible. At all  events, Miss Conant decided to speak to  'Marcolla.  It must bo known  (lint  Will  was the  star boarder.    He had a good  business  pnd   a   bright   future,  and   Miss ' Co riant  was not going to have his head filled with  '^'nonsense."  The landlady was a diplomat. She  called Mai-cell-i to her room and placed  her arm gently aliont the girl's waist  "How old arc yon, my dear?" Asked  Miss Conn nt. .     '  "Nineteen," said Mareella.  "You nre .voring nnd you are very pretty, my child.   Ymi nuM he careful!"      '  "I do not tmdcisiaiid." mi id Mincellii. ���������  ���������"I dm going to speak to vou ua u moth  er jdghf spcolf, fi,- ,l,e.ir.'  I .Ic not .1*  cn.se you, mind.   But I must warn you.  Flirtatious are neither wi~e nor proper."-'  Marct-ila looked at lhe landlady m won  dor.  ���������This is ncit a"summer hotel." continued Miss Ccnnnt. "Xeirhui- is it a young  hid:m'' seminary. It i- a respectable  boarding house, and tin- rquireu-.ents of  peace and propr,<-ly ha ��������� rendered this  l-nleimperaiive���������no fl'u t.-.i Ions."  ���������'What uniiMi.-u and outrageous thing  have I don-.- that you should say this tc  me?" she denia:j-.iod. "1 will not be treated so.   Telf'ne what you mean." ,  "Your innocence is very creditable, mr  child," said Miss Conruit, '"but you must  have peen that MiySmith is absurdly attentive to you."  "1   have   not  encouraged   liim."    And  Mareella was cold.  "And that Mr-. Craig makes a perfect  -spectacle of himself."  "I cannot lirj p it," said Mareella. She  seemed indifferent.  "And Will Ciiruthers? Is it not true,  my child, Unit"���������  "Xo, no, no." cried .Mareella. blushing  hl:o a rose, "Mr. Canithers scarcely  speaks to me. lie feenis "de-de-voted to  Miss J-.Ione.s." 1  "I had noticed,that,"' said Miss Conant,  forgetting her diplomacy. "I had observ  ed it.   But Miss Jones says that you"���������  "Oh, indeed,", said  M.-ireeil-i  whh fine  scorn.    "I   would   thank   Miss   Jones   to  keep her lover and not mention my name.  ,'I'he idea!"  'I did ijrit mean to offend you, child,"  snrd Miss Conant, wringing her hands in  di,tiess. "I am really quite puzzled. Everything has always been quite proper in  nrv house. But something is wrong, and  I doii't know whal lo do."  "Kim very* son j," said Marcelln' coldly, "but I assure yon 1 have nothing to  do Milh 1(.' It promise you'not to break  your ancient and respectable rules. J  'shall not flirt with Mr. Craig-noi- Mr-;  Smith, nnd Miss Jones need not he afraid  I-will try to captuio,her lover."  ' And Mareella escaped to her room,  there to weep in bitterness and -y^ppi-  while Miss engirt was %m ^nw.yed  ...'..11 ever,    y  Por- n lime' after this things socmed to  mend, and Miss Conant ventured to ccn-  'gratulate herself.  Will seemed to avoid Miss Jones, and  she never saw him spook to M-jrcella.  But'all tho 'old familial'.relations wore  broken up. Messrs. Smith nnd Craig-  greeted each other with wonderful politeness in ihe house, bat did not speak when  they met on the street..  Mareella was certainly circumspect.  She regarded all the gentlemen with a  coldness that wns inmost con to nipt.. She  kept mostly in (ior room find was not affected by Miss Jonos' icy glare nnd ignored Miss Beaver's persistent, effusiveness, 'o .     .-   y  Will, wandered' about tho house in silent and moody contemplation. He might  have been grieving on account of-his separation from,Miss Jonefl, but ho strangely refilled to "make up" with her again.  That astute'young woman ignored him  at Ia������t and turned hor sweetest smiles on,  Mr.' Craig. ,v Strange to say, he responded. So ne old instinct, seemed to rovivc.-  111 the bosom'"of that gentleman, and he  suddenly discovered that' ladies were  made' for love. And, Miss' Jones,- beins  ythe' lady most available, found herself  'beloved,  "A little leaven Icavcnoth the whole  lump." ' '      ,  Mr. Smith nlso yielded to the dominant  force.' Ho saw Marcelln's persistent  coldness and fluttered to Miss Beaver for  sympathy, and, after, a decent amount of  hesitation, slip gave i|,  The landlady was indignant but help  less. Her house was falling about he*,  ears.    Her children.indulged in the most  CURTAIN  RAISERS.  Nest season Rose Coghlan mav star in  "The }Vbite Heather."  Otis Skinner is to star in "Hamlet,"  and so is Lewis Morrison.  The box kite has already been utilized  for theatrical advertising purposes.  Edgar L'. Davenport will be in Viola  Allen's support in "Tlie Christian" next  season.  Odell Williams will be' starred nest  season, it(jis said, in a pastoral play under  the management' of W. A. Brady. -  The father of Coquelin, the Parisian  actor, was a baker,���������.and his highest ambition was to see his sou a tradesman like  himself.  Frederick Warde will not be associated  next sc.Torywrth Louis James and, ICath-  rj-11   iridder irr''the  tristar  combination,-  but will tempt fortune alone.  Max Poiiibertou, the English novelist,  is dramatizing his, stories, "Kronstadt-  apd "The Garden of Swords." Addison  Bright is assisting in the dramatizations.  Clarence Fleming, . who successfully  managed Itosirra Yokes and John Hare  ,in this country, has undertaken the management of Harry Corson Clarke's starring touruex't season.  A now vaudeville, in which a prominent actress is to appear, would seem to  show the wonderful marriage possibilities of tlris country, in a title which runs  "A Widow at 7."  "  Jacob  Lift has changed   tho name of  Edwin   Anion's   romantic   play  that   Ire  will   produce   next   season' from   "The'  Children   of   Israel," , to   "Zor.-ih."    Tho'  change has boon made in order tliat there  may be no confusion with "The Children  of the Ghetto," which  will  also bo one-  of the coming season's productions. '  "  "ST  Sf  &>  Orders  stables'  Idl  at'mv  will    have  speedy attention.  WE CAN.  1 1  GIVE YOU  ^ii';-  HI:  Sy^t/'y,  i.    &    +>  tf'yAA).  \  "J  V  Newly Opeiied'  Furiiislied and Suppjisd  A FIRST CLASS, HOUSE  2KErr5H������!53Hr  ~S1D tyD\  Atfit^'o  JNOWIAN, prop,  FOR YOUR  c,  PRINTING.  y  ^v-e ��������������� %f  sea pacific use  THE FASHION  PLATE.  The zouave and mikado jackets n,ro a^:  sui-dly -short" and rouudetj a? all the  edges.       ' '"   ' ,  Some of (ho princess dresses of the season are made with a gnimpo of rich brocade or figured liberty satin.     . '  The silk' not gowns wrn-ri. this summer  vie iq popularity aud richness with the*  dresses !of lace and grenadine.       - '  For, the early autumn  silk  rind satin  "striped   uiuis'  veilings   will   be  used,  as  well as foulard silks and brocades. r  Many; of the French zephyr giuglm.^s  are almost as slieer as silk, .ind the* color  blendings are as beautiful'us those of  taffeta or fm'jaiu,.  Tlie prettiest demldress waist's that  have appeared this season' have been  formed of pure snow white 'fabrics���������ih-  dia mill], French lawn, batiste, etc.���������decorated, elaborately with lace insertions  and ^embroidered rutlles.  Suede, argent lu 0 gray, silver bine, pale  ta.11, reseda, raspberry red and other  fashionable tints are,used foi- tho long  driving or dust cloaks of light taiTeta or  surah worn in village carts and runabouts  at the various summer resorts.  Very comfortable aud pretty are tho  new collars' of ribbon and chiffon or lr.ee  ,���������or of ribbon n|ono���������made on a'foundation, of not that is simply stiffened with  rows of silk co.vored wire or featherbone '  stitched to. the' not, then- lined with, a  strip of faille or'taffeta silk.���������New, York  Post.    ��������� ' ��������� ,- *  -  . open and awfr.i spooning right under liei  .eyes. She was forced' lo rpcn-.l liei  evenings in the kitchen to keep from interrupting some.tender tete-a-tete. She  had never seen so much astonishing "con-  sense" in her I if p.  Only Will and Mareella seemed to cs-'  o.i pe the Ken era I contagion. &-      (,  "I am glad you haven't gone crazy,"  said Mi������s Conant. "Vou are the youngest and far'the loveliest one of the lot,  and I'm glad you aro not an idiot."  Mareella smiled, but did not seem to be  particularly elated.  "I declare," said Miss Conant, continu-  "ing. "that it is all the most unheard of  and unbelievable, thing that ever happened. Just , think! I have kept boarders  for 20 years and never had a love affair  in thi: house before. Now there seems  to he nothing else. As if tlie dreadful  conduct of, tlie boaiders wasn't enough,  tlie cook lias fallen in love with the milkman, and I saw, the grocer's boy kiss the  dining room girl in the hall yesterday.  Why, ��������� rny house 'has become a regular  matrimonial bureau."  "It Is too had," said'Mareella wearily.  "But you, Marcelln, you promised me  not to lliit, and you haven't. I thank you  for it."  And Miss Conant, to show her gratitude, attempted to imprint a kiss on-the  young lady's peaehlike cheek, but Mareella-burst into tears and ran away.  - Strangely enough, she ran plump into  the arms of Will Caruihors. He had been  waiting there in the hall for,Mareella'to  come out.  Miss Conant has given notice to her  landlord. After the magnificent .triple  wedding occurs she will keep hoarders no  longer.���������Chicago News.  POULTRY POINTERS.  crops  For layers, pullets and 2-year-old hens  aro the best.     , ,        ' ��������� ' ���������   '  Keeping useless, roosters is like keeping hens lhal do not lay."  Goslings grow, more rapidly thau any  other kind of farm fowl.       *       ,   -   '*  Send  layers to roost" with thei  full to carry them over night.  J5gg eating may easily be induced hy  Idleness anil, close confinement.       ���������   '  Never give layers soft feed enough to  gorge them or make them lazy.'  It is a help in fattening fowls rapidly  to keep thorn as quiet ns possible.  Painting the inside of the poultry house  with gas tar will free it from lice.  Carefully save the scraps from the ta-  Oblo and food theiii to the laying hens.  For diarrhea in 'chickens give boiled  milk into which some chalk and a little  bone dust have heen stirred while cook:  big.  Fowls should have.ns much exercise  as they want. They are good judges of  what they rer-nire to keep ihe vital forces  moving.  If there is any difference between feeding young ducks and young chickens, it  is the fact that young ducks require a  larger quantity of bulky food.. '  ,  America's Great.  Trans-Continental Route  Quick Time!     -  ��������� G-bod Service! ,  ,    1 ������ '  First' Class /arid Touyisi topers  r Tiirougli  From- Ocean to Ooean !  Tickets Issued Through   and linkage  ,    Ohei.-iV'c] to Destination.  '���������.'-> ':     Daily Trains  Ea^y ItEVKLSTOKE, iu'est  fcWlcnvo . leave 17.30  -   TO ANn FROM KOOTENAT TOIXTS,  8-10 lc!lV0 ' arriro 10.45  The   Oaaadian   Paeiflc  ,-��������� .Steamship Co.'s  .  r   ' "STEAMERS  ���������    IRO.-5SLAND and' KO.OTENAY; .'  I^eavo AiTowheu'il daily for all points in Kootenay, making connection at, Xakuxk for all  ' pniritKorr Xakusp  &  Slocan   railway  and  Slocan Lake.  Close comificl ion at Ilolison   for  Xe'sorr and all  .   lO'Dterwiy  l.alvo and  Kivc-" points, ami for  Trail. Ho-isl.ind an 1 poirrts koiiI.Ii. ���������  l-'or fi.ll  infnnm-ikm,  tiel.ols. niap-1���������i.'lclfeSu'f  on or ntldrcKK  '      y     ,        " T. W. "Bit ADS HAW,  -     - Agent, I'cvclstokc.  wc  ESIQN^r  AS WELL  AS PRINT  THE KOOTENAY MA[.L  JOB DEPARTMENT  - C^f^'lfy'l  evv������",,-������p  <i - ������*- y.  <Vfiir'^,->~')  .5.. * X  &&&?  e?*^j *  cv^r^fle*1-";  rfa&iffy  rtfi'f^i'Kfc  rlforfty c$y>  0Il"5? __  IK  Or to  vr.V, ANDERSON,   ,  Trav. t3as=. Agent,  Nelson. H.C.  K .1. COVLK,,  A. 0. P. A sent.  Vancouver, RC.  THE JEWEL CASKET.'  A Xcti- Me Ui oil  For Drlvincr Pliers.  A neiv and expeditious -rneihod for  il; iviriK piles-i.s rler-erihed in lhe instrue-  tions as to teehiiical works for tin.' Russian engineer eorps. On two sides of the  pile to he driven are made longitudinal  ffi-ooves of siillicient' width and deiith to  receive ordinary iron sas pipes of one  or oiie and iV.'hnlf Inches diameter, tormina rin-.' in nozzles like those of hose pipes  and turned toward the point of the pile,  lieiiiR fixed to it by li-dit staples, while  the upper ends are connected by ffutt.i  pereh.'i pipes, with a force pump capable ]  of epoetin-,' water under a pressure of five  atmospheres���������71 pounds per square inch.  It is said that the outflow of ibis water  at the point of the pile causes the latter  to sink three or four times more quickly  than it would under the action of a pile  driver. A few blows are, however, given by the monkey when the pile has attained the desired depth in order to so-  ctire the necessary consolidation, and the  pas pipes are 1 lion drawn out in order to  serve for driving another'pile.-"-English  Mechanic.  A now chain for a lady's (watch resembles a double vest chain attached to  a handsome brooch.  Combination  eardcases  and  purses  in'  pigskin, with enameled initial letter upon  one corner, are pretty arrd serviceable.  *  A   striking   ring  for a   man   shows  a  square setting of one large orange diamond in the center' surrounded   witli  12  smaller white stones. '  . Some   of    tho   smartest * Iiltie   watch  chains to be seen, nnd very1 effective on  the dainty  all   white summer costumes,  terminate in small, beautifully enameled  or jewel httidded balls.  Quite a noteworthy increase in size la  manifest in some lines of handsomer  brooches which nre much larger than tho  prevailing average round brooch. These  are,in twists.md coils of gold or enamel  with a jewel in the center.���������Jewelers'  Circular!  Sinolclnfr In rtnrinn.  'Burmese women do not smoke cigarettes, but cheroots, the Burmese substitute for cigars. It is a curious and wry  picturesque sight to see one of these Burmese girls in the einjoyineiit of her cheroot. The greater number of them  choose one that is fully ten inches in  length and preen, and hi a day they  smoke fcCver.iL  ,REED.  The Hon. Thomas B. Reed seems to be  lost somewhere in darkest Europe.���������Chicago Times-LIornld.  Thomas B. Reed seems to have entered  fully into the spirit of becoming a private  citizen, lie has disappeared from public  view entirely.���������Kansas City Journal.  It is extremely 'doubtful if the Hon.  Tliomns.,1}. Reed will dare to come home  from Europe until the shiit waist question has been definitely settled.���������St.  Bonis Globe-Democrat.  The Hon. Ton!" Reed seems to he lost  in   the   European  jungles.     If  he  went  abroad   to get   nut of  the  lime light  m  publicity, he Iras suc'-eeded admirably.-  Indianapolis Sentinel.  HOUSEHOLD HINTS.  Yriiite knitted goods can be cleaned by  washing in dry flour.  Stonemasons' f-.-uuhist is better than  soap for cleaning floors.  Tfj keep away .���������roaches, lake green cu-  riunbcr paiiiirL's and si lew them around  the kitchen tables and cupboards and seo  how quickly the roaches will disappear,  Kootenay Railway &  Navigation Company  Operating Kaslo & Slocan Railway;  International Navigation & Trading  .Company.  Schedule, of Timo^-Pacifio. Standard Timo  Ktfoctivu June 10, 09.  Kaslo & Slocan Railway  Passenger1 train for Sanilon and way stations  leaves Kaslo at S a.m.; daily, returning, leaves  Sandon at l.l������ p.m., arriving at Kaslo 3..w p.m.'  International Navigation and Trading  Company  Opcr.ifing on Kootenay Lake turd liivor.  P.S. IxrmiXATio.vAi. leaves ICnVlo for Nelson  nt f! a.in. daily except Sunday; returning, leaves  NeN-on at -1.30 p.m.. calling at J inl four, lilot  Hay, Ainsworlh, end all May points; connects  with '.teairier Alberta 'to and from Bonner's  Kerry. Idaho; also with H. 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