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 IPTZTZBLISIBIIEID   EYERY  THITBSDAT.  Vol.- 7:���������No. 27  EEVELSTQKE. B. G, OCTOBER 4, 1900.  $2.00 Per Year.  Grbod' Roads Convention.  The (Jooil Heads Convention called  by the -Kamloops Inland Boaul of  Trade; met. in that oily on Thursday  last. Tho fullou ing is a'lis-T. of those  piesent :   ' ' '  Kamlnops���������N. J. ��������� ILopkins, Mayor  Campbell,, F. J. Fulton,'AI.P.P., F.J.  Dean.', E. T. W. Peurse, M. P. Gordon,  C. W. Sard, J.is. V.-iir, John Rodman,  ', S. C. Burton, Jos. Mi-Gee, M. S. Wade,  \v. H. Edmonds, J. V. Smith,Rev.  McLeud, J. D. Swauson, G. II.iAshby,  W. H. Pegram, F. E. Young and Geo.  T.'AIallory.-. "���������  Vicluria-'-J.   Ii.   Anderson.   Deputy  Minister nf Agi ioulluro.  Van co".: v ci--- JI. G- Tat low, M.P.P.^  New  Westminster���������J.  C Brown, M.  P.P.  Ashcroft���������Denis   Murphy,    M.P.P.,  Dr.   Reynolds, ,M. -Stewart,   Jas.   B.  Leighton, " Jas.   Diviiiiier,   W., G. Mc-  Quary; M: Dumniid and G. B. Deans.  Revelstoke���������Thos. Taylor, lM.P.P.  Quesncl Forks-T:.J. Hunter.    '  Cherry, Creek---W. J. lioper.'  North' River-F.    Leslie,  A. Noble,  Geo. P. Haven"ae.d W. Wilkio.  Tranquille���������Q. Coon.cy.  Nicola Lako~G. R. Philp.,  1    Grainl I-Vairie���������A.'W. Duck.'  Lowei Nicola--Geo.. B, Armstrong.  . Sahiioii  Aim���������A.  J. Cuimnings and  J. Briumiage.*  ,    Shuswap���������J. P. Sli.-nv.    '.���������  n'!'.T. Hopkins, president of llie'Kam-.  loops   Board   of   Trade,   was' eh cted  ��������� chairman of I'hcconvention, and E. T.  "W. Pears'", secretary.  ''���������"Mr.   F.   J.   Dearo', who  was largely  instiunientid in having the convention  called, explained the oh jets of the same,  -and   moved,  seconded hy Miv Tallow :  "That, in  lhe opinion   of   Iheconven-  . lion, a- ropriseiitative gathering from  all sections of the Province, it is desii-e-  ���������able to form lor the Province of British  - .Columbia a Good  Roads Associaticn,  having for ils object the beftei'inenl of  ��������� the highways of Lhe Province and the  dissemination of ir.foi mation on the  best, methods of road making, and the  promotion of local societies in'all parts  of the-Piovinee ; and to promote the  discussion and consideration of all subjects having v fere net- to the construction and maintenance of highways,  taxation and expenditure, and lhe best  system of maintenance and supervision  arid tho advancement of all legislation  tending to secure the object desired,  namely, good loads'." The resolution'  was carried unanimously. * -  The next order of business was the.  consideration of a constitution for the  -new  Provincial Good Roads Associa-  ���������   tion, and utter due discussion the fol-  lowing'was adopted :    .  CONSTITUTION.  "   * 1. sAMJLi.  The name of I he'Association shall I e  tho British Columbia. Good Roads  Association. i>  II, OIMKCT.  1. To combine ns far as practicable  the efforls of all porous engaged in the  work (if road lefoini in the Province,,  2. To awaken an interest in the subject among the people at large.  '6. To receive, -publish, and discuss  any well considered plans for local,  provincial or national legislation.  . d.. To aid in providing for a proper  road exhibit 'and instruction in mad  making al farmers' institutes, dairy-  ' men, iicamory, and othei association  meetings, and olhoi suitable gatherings  throughout the Province.  *  5. Through its executive to consult  with the Government, and the municipal aud cily authorities, and work  together with them in furtherance of  the.objects of the Association.  G. To receive and expend in the furtherance of t.he. objects of the Association any money that may come into its  hands.  7. To employ any agents expedient  in the dissemination of information  and tho superintendence of work that  may be'delegated to it.  S. To establish the .Association on  the broadest, possible basis throughout  tlie (AMUitry, so 'that it* influence may  be of weight in any diieelum  in which  it may ultimately be ihrcnvn.   - '  9. To use every elTtirt to estahli.-h  local assochitions in I.Iiu different, municipalities and districts throughout thi-  Piovince arid to obtain and spread  among lhe local associations,full information regarding recent legislation for  road improvement.  10. To obtain and publish full information regarding met hods oi road  building as practised , in various parts  of Canada, the United States and other  countries.  ']]. To procure and furnish,, to the  local associations at reduced prices all  valuable publications ou the subject of  roads and road legislation.  ,  IFI. HISMlilSKSI-lil-'.  ''  Anyone, interested  in the  objects of  the Association may become a member I  hy signifying in   writing liis in ten I ion ]  to do so.'  IV. MANAcnSMJiNT.'  ' The work of the Association shall be  managed by a Board'Composed of the  following officers: Hon. President,  President, Vice-Pre-sident at large,  Vice-President ��������� for each dist riot a nd a  sec.-treasurer, and seven directors to,  he elected by the Association, to be  chosen with regard to the convenience.  of their frequent meeting together:  Five members of the Board, includ-  iug nnt'Iess than two of the office-bearing members, shall ciu'sl. itute a quorum  for the transaction of business al any  meeting' of the Board, a notice of tIn-  meeting having been posted to ail the  members. ,       .  front Lake, Sold Find.  Saturday evening J.  0.   Piper came  up from Trout Lake bringing with him  samples from the Cromwell claim situate   on  Silver   Cup   Mountain   at the  lioai'l i f Brown Creek.      This property  was slaked last   fall by-E. M. Moigan,  Sidney  Graham', James   Grant and A.  \y. Smiili, but vvas noi, developed until  September 1st of this year when assess  nient   work   was   commenced showing  up   carbonates' which   were  taken' for  assay   and    ran    high   in ,������old.'     Mr.  Moore, of the Trail smelter.' was in the  c.Ti-ip   at   the   time ''and    visited   the  claim, baking two 'samples to Trail for  a-sty   which   went  3 I ozs. or $092 in  <,'nlr! aud,!i?52 in silver, a total of  6*74<I  from one, the oilier  giving an assav of  22 iiz. .in   gold.      The   formation  is a  kind iif   shale .containing  irun pyrites  decomposed by exposure lo the air and  coaled with a   peculiar crust. of  alum  and    copperas   being 'of     very ' light  weight.      Tuesday  of   last   week ��������� 210  sacks���������--about   8    tun ��������� .vere ' brought  out to Mab'o Landing, eight mile, down.  Trout Lake, and   lhis will be taken to  the smelter for a test.  Public School Report.  V.   ELECTION   OK HOARD :   ,.ANNUAL  MliETINC'.  , After organization the general'officers and directors shall he elected annually at a geiieial meeting of the.  Association, to 'be called al the time  and place to be decided on hy the  Board of Directors, notice being given  hy adequate advertisement. -.Only  membeis shall be eligible'for election  to the .Board of Management. Election  .shall be by nomination ��������� and ballot, a  majority of the votes of the duly qualified, mem hers present" at. the regular  annual meeting being sufficient for a  choice. i  The term of service, of members of  t.he Board shall extend from th" elo>e  of the meeting at which they are elected to the close of the next succeeding  annuajnieeling ofr the 'Association, oi  till their successors a re appoint oil. Any  member of the Board may'be eligible  for re-election.  Vi!   ANNUAL Hl-'l'OUT.  The Board' of -Management shall  make a report, at, each annual genera!  ���������meeting of the woi k of the Association  for the preceding year, which shall include a report, from the Treasurer in  I'Pgard to the rece pis and expend il tires  of the association.  ���������  Vll.  t'ONTI'OL Or FUNDS.  The funds of the Association sln.ll be  deposited in a chai tered bank, in the  Dame of the Association, and he subject to the joint'order of the Tieasiuvr  and one of the Board of Director-:. No  expenditure exceeding the sum of S'A"*  shall be made except audio: ized by  resolution pnssed at a meeting ,of the  -ineeling.of the Board of .Management.  VIII. AUDIT <SI:' AlA'OUNT.-".  The books and accounts of tiie Association .shall lie audited aniiuaily by  the Provincial assoomtinn, whose report shall be submitted byllieBnaid  at the annual nieeting'of the association.  IX. OTIIIil"  irKiiTIXC-."-".  ----Special meetings ot the A--such ition  may be called by order of the Board a-"  often, as may be considered advisable  in furtherance of lhe objects of tiie  Association, aunouncemenl being made  in the notices calling such meeting-; of  any special business to be cunshlei ed  theieat.  X.'CUANl'K dK <:<)X*sTnTTIOX.  The constitulinn and by laws of the  Association may be amended by a two-  thirds vole of the dulv qunlitii-d members priseiil at any gij;i-.'iiil sp.-ci.ii  meeting of the Association,   provided  Standing'of .pupils in Revelstoke  public school for last month :  DIVISION  I.  Class V. ���������Bessie Lawson, Ghait.  Graham, Flora Palmer.  Class.IV. Sen.'���������Vina Coleman,'Pearl  Robinson and Maud Hyatt, Nellie  Dunne.    , .  Class IV. Jun.���������Fied ' Urquhart,  Winnie Daniels, Jos. Morgan.   '  DIVISION ll.A'  Class     111.     Sen.-Nellie      Daniels,  Winnie McCi ury, Ad'de Leveque.  'ClassHI. Jun.���������Arthur Bennet, Josie  Ainsli*-, liayinond Frasei.  DIVISION ill.  ���������   Second   Reader.���������Florence   Watson,  Margaret Daniels, Edith Cooke.  ���������First Reader. ���������Jack  Sibhald,   Agnes  Blackberg, Jean Hyatt.  DIVISION" iv.  Class     III.���������Mabel     Hay,     Magtie  Nealmi, Edna Bruce.  'Class    II.���������Emma    Moigan,'   Doris  Beiuietl, James McDonald.  Glass L���������Kalhi.'on  Anderson, Rhelii  Johnson. Eva Doyle.  .,"',_ DIVFHIiSN  V.  Class J_V".��������� LUi;ican Kennedy, Mamie  Fleming, NicolaPrasibloski.  Class*    HI.-Eric    Coursier,      Ivan  Sutherland, Mary Langridge.  ��������� Class  II.���������Frank-.Daniels,   Edmairi  Morgan, Leon Benoit.  Class   I.���������Rhela   McAdam,    Harvey  Ford, Lama Johnson.  A. Sullivan, Principal  Mi.'irf A. S'.MJTll, 1st Assisttint  ', Mis"3 G. R. Millard, 2nd   "  ,. Miss A..I0DOAR, 'Sn\ "  Miss.S. V. Rornxsox, Ith   *'  press their oppnnents. c IlevclM.."-,.'  then sectired lhe bail am! Woo llnuisi  and Donaldson made a prei.t y run e.j*  the field which resulted in n coiner  hut/' tho ball was kicked out. The  Kamloops forwards by skillful passing  took the ball into Revelstoke territory  bub failed to score. The play was a  good deal of a give and take nature  and the ball travelled rapidly from one  end of the field to the oilier but will)  out any scoring being, done when half  time was i-alled.  On   lesmning  play   1-Ie\e!������iu!<e. ran  the ball up to  Kamloops  goal but Mc'  Donald cleared and   the  Kamloops for  wards made a raid   on their opponents  goal   but   Edwards saved in fine style.  At this point'1 lie   spectators grew t re-  inendously ������������������xeited and the  lie-el.stoke  boys'  made   a- fit.e.   run   up   field and  scored, thanks   to   Clark   and   Wood-  house.   "The  teams  lined up and, with  "nine'minutes   to   play .Kamloops made  a   desperate,' effort   lo   equalize   and  rushed up the field.'  The ball  was put,  into touch   and   the   referee' blew  his  whistle but.   MaeDonald in.I hearing it  put the ball .between   the   Revelstoke  posts and the   referee allowed the goal  muchcto the dissatisfaction of the spot  ,iator.s.    The Revelstoke captaiu__c.-ijhiiL  his team off  the.   field   and ' they were  immediately    followed    by   Kamloops.  The decision of  the   committee, on the  game   has  nob  yet 'been,  heard   but  even-fine agrees that   lhe referee blundered.  Which Horn Will .He Take?  'So-Hugh John is "-t man of I.i-"  word." He told the tleotoratc in  Manitoba'that if placed in power in  that province-he would resell;1 them  from the awful mess the Liberals had  got th'ein 'into, give ^h-jtn clean progressive 'government,' enact much-"  . . o  needed legislation, and so forth. They  gave him the chance, and inside of  nine months, after one short session,  he throws up the whole business and  goes out of, provincial politics 'alto  gether. If he has done all this in the  short time he has been in power,  remedied all the wrongs and set things  in order, matters could n'nt have been  as represented���������in other woids be misrepresented the condition of public  aft'aits in Manitoba. If- 'lie was not  guilty of ini.srepresenlalion he. has  proved false to bis Vrusl and deceived  the electorate when be declared that  he would'devote all his energies and  powers to remedying (.11��������� ��������� 11i. Which  hoin of the. dilemma wiil this'���������man of  his woid" elect to sit upon ?  1a Monieipal. 'Conneil.  The city council mot Friday evening  wilh Acting Mayor Ahrahamso'ii in the  ehaii, Aid. Kilp.'Ui iek, MeMahon ami  Gordon present. '  Chief Bain wrote complaining of  s'nek i tinning at large; ;i]su .-tsUii^r dial,  eoilain'ropair.s be made in No. 2 tire  hall, [i-.'feried to public Works con-  mil lee. . ''.*-.  A petition was presented asking  that ������������������oi electric light, be placed at Tapping'.-, lumber yard near the railway  crossing. Another requested amendment of the' lire by-law lo allow of  'chimneys being rim '-!') inches below  the ci'iliiig'of (he top instead of the  lowest storey as at present. Referred  lo fire, water and light committee,    i-  The curfew by-law was linally passed  and adopted.  The by-law compelling owners to cut  down and burn brush and logs on their  properties was passed.  The by-law to raise the sum required  for die purpose of purchasing the  plantjof lhe Revelstoke. Water, Light  & Power (Jo. was then, up foiv discus-  :Sii)Hi=---The chief .subject of, the .argument-was the amount which would be  ni'cessaiy to add to the. purchase  money in  order to  bring   the   water  system up to the requirement of the  town for tire protection purposes. It  was finally resolved lo ni������et'at 2' p. tn.  next day for the purpose of going over  the ground so as to be. able to foi tu an  estimate of'the probable cost and so be  able to include,, the whole amount  required both for' the ' purchase and  completion in one by-law.  .The question of the new lights to be.  placed on the streets wiis  referred to-  the fire, water anil "light committee   to  report on.  The provisional'agreenient with   the  Revelstoke Water.-Light & Power Co.  for'the purchase of their plant was approved as far as the council had power, '  to act at this stage.  An amendment tu the by-law levy  in������" taxes for 1000 was, passed' extend-  ing the time of the-lower rale of  taxation till Oct. 31, I'm  Throwing Down Sir diaries.  '     ' Halcyon Notes.  Dr. Charles Gracf, who was furnicrly  hou-e surgeon in the Toronto Geneial  Uo.-piial and has recently leturuod  from a yen's pott graduate course in  K.irope, is now in cbaige of the tt.in"-  taiimn at Halcyon Hot Springs as  re.siileiil. iii"ilic.d officer. Di. Graef  wa's iiiedallL-t of lhe class of 1800 at  Toioiilo iAiivcrsily.  The following visilois from Reyel-  stoke and. neighborhood have been  lt'gistcred as guests at- Ihe Halcyon  Hoi Springs during tiie past fortnight:  Mrs. J. Foley, Miss iMcNaughton, J.  Ivellel-t, Mm. B.iin, Mrs. Whitmore,  Airowliead* W. B. Poole, Revelstoke.  Football.'.  The football ' match at Kamloops  last J.|i id iy between teams represent  ing Kamloops aud Revelstoke was  stubbornly contested from start to  finish      Kamii-ops   v.-nii    the   toss and  (ContiiUK'd oir page two.)  elected tu play with the sun in lli-.'ir  favor. .Wooduou.se. put the sphere in  iiiuliuii but   Kit nil..".ops 'soyir began.to  The grand old parly seems to  have  quite made  up  its  mind   to   give   its  grand old leader the grand bounce, but  why they should go out  of  their  way  to add  insult to injury   is   not   quiie  clear   to   the   ordinaly   citizen.     Not  content   wilh   ���������stai ring.   Hugh    John  through   Quebec   and  Ontario  as  the  coming   leader,   and   "Canada's   next  Piemier,"   they  wont even   leave Sir  ('hailos the honors of the  pasl   which  he has always assumed as a  uiattir of  coui't-o, wil h chnract.i'i'ist icTuppi'i esqiie  assurance.        It.     has    always      Ii-m-ii  thoroughly uiidei.slni.d   in J he   family  -that tlie Doininion is indebted   to  him  fur all that has In eu   win Hi   having in  the past, for whatever there is good  in  public sentiment   in   the prc-soni,  and  for all lhat is aUiaetjyo  in   the   pros-  peels of the future; and yet lhe  Montreal Star talks  of  Alex.   Mc.Wili,   the  gentlemanly    member     from     Ninth  Bruce, as "The Father of.Imperialism  in    Canadian     politics.''     Truly   JSir  Charles   will   begin   to   imagine   that  there was more  tiuth   than   poetry  in  his half jocu'.'.r observation  made ir  the House on the occasion uf the   '"Sib  anniversa.y   of his1 entry  into  public  life when he suggested that pei haps he  was lagging supcitluous on the .stage.  Amongst those who were conspicuous on tho station platform Monday  evening   wore   two  gentlemen gr.-atlv  *  ,   Another Lie Nailed:  Oppositionists   are  hard   pushed  indeed for ammunition when they resurrect tbe old  charge J hat Mr.  Blair as  minister of railways sent  business  out  of the country by.ordering locomotives  for  the.  Intercolonial  from   American  manufacturers. The fact is well known  *and   these   "gentlemen,"    would    not  dare to deny it, that,  before  Mr.   Blair  placd   orders outside of Canada,  he  offered the work to  every  foundry  in  the Dominion   that   had  the facilities  for cany ing it out".    In  each case  the  order had to be declined for lhe gratify  ing reason that, (lie  various firms  had  enough work  on   hand  to  keep' them  employed  lot   two  yeais   ahead,   and  '������������������ovorntnonl  contracts   then   in   hand  O m    t  were months ovcidue.'   The necessities,  uf die Intel colonial made il imperative  that tlie new eiigines'shou'.d be turned  out wilh as little delay as posMble, and  i-oii.-.rquciiliy .the  rvdi'V* were  placed  ouLsiilo   of   Canada.     All   this' is   or-,  .should be well known lo any man   p:c-  Miuiiug to   Write  or   speak    upon   the  tpit-slioii, but of emuse they arc colliding upon lie.'  elect'.irate generally  not ,  being aware   o\'   the   fact.'  Such   are  I'm y methods.  amused over a " pie,  they did not expose  aruuiidthv " pie.".  '  but .sel!i-h like  the j'ikc or pa.**.-  The following RewLtoker*- Id I on'  Monday evening to attend the Piovinciai Fail at New Westminster :' ,13.  Ii. and Mr-". Atkins. Mrs. Hearn, Mis.'  Spurling. Airs. J. R. Robinson and  family, Miss Murker, Ii. Caley. ll, ]].  Mayn'e, J. A. Dallas, J, J. Smith, D.  Hawthorne, W. Calhoun, and Frank  Brown.  Mayot (i.irdeii was tendered (he  isoi'valive- nomination for Burrard at  the convention in Vancouver last Fri-  uSty. ll is quite evident that Mayor  Garden recogniz--- tin- litipoh-ssness of  ;he la.sk be is asked It) undertnk--,  is lie has- requested a week lo think  the matter over. A -A'     '  &u  *a .*- --   vs."!  .������5H*jJw*&  '���������"Tiii-Ey THE KOOTENAY MAIL.
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Address
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Revelstoke, B.C.
TIIUBSDAV, OCTOBER L 100Q.
Thk Opposition   is making little im-
��� ,    pressiou   upon    the     country   in   its
attempt to convict the Government of
inconsistency   iii   their policy with re-
' g.ird to,public expenditure.    They are
very   fond of quoting leading Liberals
who,   prior   to   the-election of   ISOfi,
,  .denounced    the   Tory 'expenditure as
unwarrantably   higri.      Every   news-
,paper reader is familiar, with Sir Richard   Cartwriglit's' declaration   at that-
A   time that an   expenditure of :>3S,000,-
000 was  extravagant,   node;   the then
'  conditions   of   Canada.      .What is Sir
Richard's   comment   now    upon   that
statement.      He.  declared   in  Loudon
the other'day :    " ] thought so then, 1
think so still, nod were  the conditions
the same, T   would   use my utmost exertions to  cut down tho expenditure;
but   Mr.   Foster'kept   back   from, the
���    people   whomi lie   addresses   these important fads, that at   the time ] considered an expenditiue.tif  ��36,000,000
i
1    excessive, at  that��� moment   we   had a
deficit of  oyer   four millions of dollars
��� pn the current year.    Ho   keeps  back
' ths fact, that  since   that lime the rev-
<��� en lies   of    Canada have practically, to
all intents   and   purposes, trebled,   because at that   moment,all  that we had
to   spend' over   ami   above   our fixed
charges    was   something   like   six   or
' seven millions of   dollars, while lo-dav
the amount at our disposal oxclusiw of
our   fixed   charges   is something   like
twenty-one   millions  of  dollars,  three
times   thc   income   at our disposal for
all practical purposes," that * we pti.s--e.ss-
ed in 1 Si-Jo and IS (Hi.      He keeps hack !
the   till   important   fact, in   my miu.i. .
.that up to 189.")   and   I SOU the exodus
of   our    people, was   practically   un-
, checked, and tho growth  of   the population in Canada had fallen below that
uf   many   old   established    Kuropean
kingdoms, while   in the last four vears
we have (-very   reason   to  believe that
the growth of population has  lesuined
' its normal figure   in  Canada, uric] that
we have added within tlm-e iuvv \ain
*  probably   oOO.OOO  people to ihe.'total
population.     So thai i:  yo'j cho'^e to
measure the'burthen's of  the peopi" U
the por capita   st.in.l-icd, our   e.xpe",di-
practical observation that -'elections
are not,won by prayers." Good solid
hard work, the most thorough organization, untiling attention to the
smallest detail, and unflagging energy
until the last vote is polled, will win
elections, and this must be the line
pursued by every man who desires to
see a continuance of the splendid
prosperity, progress and development
of the last four years. Many seats are
held iu eery parliament hy infinitesi
mai majorities���Nicholas Flood Davin
for instance would not have been in-
dieted upon a long siiflering country
last election if one moie vote had been
polled for his opponent. East York,
would have been represented by a
worthy   successor   to   Alexander Mac
kenzie had  four more Liberal electors
i
exercised the franchise.     .Many others
held their seals   by   majorities   which
i
would have been the other way had
one vole been added to their opponents totttl in each sub-division ; and it
is not too much to say that in a country where the political parties are so
evenly divided, even a strong govern
ment with its substantial a backing as
Sir Wilfrid L'aurier's litis at the present
"moment, can be sei iously shaken by,a
moderate, relaxing of energy during
the critical period.immediately preceding the voting. This is a matter for
the practical attention of every earnest
Liberal. If is the individual .effort
whicli tells.
The Mad. acknowledges'with thanks
an invitation to the formal opening of
the new Manitoba Free Press building
and plant accompanied by a souvenir
pamphlet illustrative of the.' vast improvements to the mechanical depart-
ment of that paper since its establishment as a weekly in the fall of 1873,
when the prairie, city rejoiced, in a
population of fourteen,, hundred ', and
sixty-seven, making its first appearance
as a daily during the summer of 187-1,
and being first  printed   upon 'a   press
��� i i
commonly'-known to the trade as a
'���George Wash" it .has steadily increased' to its present ' equipment of
mergenthaler cnmpb.sinc* machines
together with a press capable of turning but 20,000 copies per hour. \Ve
extend to the Fiee'Press best wishes
fur continued prosperity in its now
home.
NOT A PACK OF FOOLS.
The Montreal:Star declares dial, "The
people of Canada res-.-nl. the infei'i-nce
that they aie a pack of fi olsA Von
bet they do *-
When th.-y are told thai a Government which has done more to develop
Canada in ft mi year--.than its ni edeces-
sors did in nearly five lime-, that period,'
is incompelent, they res.'ntthe inference that they are a pack of fools.
When they are told (hat lhe Goveinment which has spent, many, millions
more in necessary public worKs than
its predecessors,-at the same time adding less to the public debt I ban ever
those pi I'docessois did, is extravagant,
they resent the infervnee that I hey aie
a pack of fool*-.
When they are told (hat a Government against whom the most persist-
<md exhaustive investigation has failed
,t,o discover one dollar improperly (lis-
huised, is corrupt, they rosopt the inference^ that they are a pack of fnoN-. "
When they are fold (hat the Government which has established such a
(splendid feeling towards Canada in Ihe
markets of the empire, that the trade
is advancing by-many million;, yeady,
and whose preferential -policy litis won
unstinted enconiuins ft om the leaders
and press of all political shades in the
o'.d country,' is anti-British, and unpatriotic, they ,resent the interence
that they are a pack of fool--.
W.hen they are told in Ontario that
the Government put every possible
obstacle in the way of'developing impel iai relations between Canada and
the rest of,the empire, and are, then
told in Quebec that "Laurier is too
British foi me with his programme of
imperial federation," they resent the
in fere net! I hat'they aie a pack of fools.
When they are told that, in spite of
the fa'ct that undei the Liberals, trade
has increased at the rate of $:j.*),o6t),0U0
a year whereas undo.' the Toiiesit
only increased a I $3,000,000 a year, " no
man has been able to put bis hand on
on", thing that the Libeials have done
thai has increased one   jot or'liltle the
U l i i
Prta'sn \i    nrn\*o  nr.��""ir,*i""'t>n
Y-AnGE    AND   "WELL    LIGHTED
|     ^ SAMPLE ROOMS.   Heated by
""^^S iiot air and electric bells an
light in every i or in.   Free bits meets al
trains.
"SEASONABLE KATES.'
Xif-bt Grill lli'om in r-onneclioii for lhe
convenience of gue.-ls arriving and de-
ji.irtiiiK by nij-hi trains. Hourly street
ear between hotel and .station."
I
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ABRAHAMSON BROS.
PROP'S.
K'ewly" built.       First-class
in  every   respect.      All
Under same management:
QUEEN'S. HOTEL,,
TROUT LAKE CITY
Q.-000 O-0-a<>O<><KK>-CH>O-O~(K> O-OO-OOOOQ
$1 PER DAY.���--Masa^.
tf*%
Newly Built. ''
Lighted by Electricity
Throughout.
*��*$*#
Wili-'X will work commence   ou   the
Y\'A IJeinl   wii-'on   road I    This  is   the.
-i ��� *       i
1 ijuesiiun to be heard daily on the
sin els of Revelstoke.    It is now  over
' six weeks since lhe .survey was started
and vet there is nothing definite known
of   tiie  proposed   r-u'e or of  the plan
' ,i:id date for act;
alions, to bcifi-j.
>e   construction oper-
Tf anvtliing i.s to he
dud this fall it is high time that a
nio-?e ,was made so that soiiiething
ci.-uld be acc6mplish-?d  before snowfall.
���GOOD ROADS CONVENTION.
((.'oiii mii"d from page one.)
I uro   to-day   woii.d    i.i
s"lf ������ai'ne soi ���> i<'( s  tl*-i'    he
ask s-.'i8,U*'i'i,'i'i'J  l'"i     f'lim
r-', ei,   '.������:��� Un'
'   |.'-. I p ���-o,l   I o
I.i'i  ii'-.i'i
trade of Canada." they losent Ihe'iufor-
euce tiiat tlioy are a pack of fools.
When they are told that the Govern-
me.it has done nothing to relortn the
tai ill'ancl that it, is simply continuing
t he discredited protective policy of its
predecessoi s, wheieas a'sample examination' of the trade returns siio.vs a
saving of :H lea?t $13,000,000 to Unpeople which would have"been wrung
from them 'under the old Foster tariff,
they resent the inference that they are
a pack of fools.
"When they a re1 told th'at the Government's immigration policy which has
stopped the exodus, brought lens of
thousands of splendid English-speaking
settlers from the Old Country and from
the States, and thousands moie of
hardy, thrifty, hone-,!, and industrious
foreigner--, to open up die millions of
virgin acres in the wesl, i> doing harm
to lhe country iind is detrimental to
her best interests, t hey resent thc inference that they are a pack of fools.
When they are told that lhe Government is unil-'i'the thumb of  the Cana-
dian  Pa ei lie or any oilier rail way system,   when   il.  has  exacted legislation
under  whi.'lr it, has  lo a large'extcnl,
obtained   control   of   western   freight,
tales  and   have   broken lhe monopoly
by   which   the Canadian   Pacific  h.'ir-
! rassed the   v.'.'.-f, I hey resent the infer-
I eiico that they are a pa ok'of foul-*.
I     When thev are (old that it. will be in
'the   bfst   iutoiv.sls  of   the  entiiilrylo
turn oul lhe  (ioi"rnineiit umler whjeli
, all   ibis     iinprooodoiil.rd    devcloinneiil
lias taken   piac'i ''"id   |iut. in its plan* ;i
' #4* -
Best Brands of ,
Wines, Liquors and
Cigars.
R. OALBY, PROP'R.
(>, CK>-ao 0<)^"OhD-0<H>0<><>0-0<>
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WHOLESALE
b . �� L*^s=i
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Established 1886.
Incorporated 1895.
leLeniiaii, MeFeely & Company, Limited,
Dawson, Y. T. ���      Vancouver, B. O.
l"M!-OUTKIhSANU JOWJKHS Ol*'
Tron,   Steel,  .Glass-.   Points,,   Oils,    Molals,   Stoves,   Tinware,   Guns, etc., etc
W-1'3 MAKK A hTiiCrALTY   OF  SUPPLIES for' alines, Mills, Llacksmi.hs '
Railroads, Coulraclors, Luinliermon, etc.    Agents fi r :' ���
Giani. Powder i'o.      Kairbnnks -it:ales.      IJennett's En^-lish h'liseA    JMiijehtie
s"tucl I'tingus.      Canton "Mining yteel.      Siiooiier's Coiiporiao.
Registered Trademark  ".Sunset."
twr-^^.T-"cznvr^r3r.-^r-^^--r:v22Er7n
.ID.'V
ll'ss
lll-'lii   lilt
!> .Mr. I'Asi.'i- him-.-lr"'
to be   V"rv   coiisid
expenditure . ������' hii'h
proposed   a   ni.UU-i' of   four ycar.s ,-i^d,
doduclin'-ai'.wi'Vs   all   tiios-i. addn ion d
ch'irges, aiul which pr.ieti'.'.ilfy cist (in-
people of Canada nothing v. Iialever "
'! hut ! be amend im'ii*> !ta- b--'-n iinii'iiin-
i-itl i-i i iie i,i-| i: c   ci|liii,c -nob nu-i'l in^.
Th.- * lef i ion of .iiii- i-i , u is ib-'ii pin- ' -;,,.,.,., mi,,.ni   iiudcr v\ htini the counlry
(-.���I'll, -il wil b. result ing a- follows; made  a  minimum   of  progress u id) n
.Linn'-.  D'liis-    |,,,i.xiiuiiin o| e\|ioi).sf-". you cm gamble
lion, Pre-idoiit    If*
uuiir, Pri'iuierof Ih'itAb < '"liiiiil'i.i,
Presitlorit    f''..f, J'fnne, I\.i mioop-.
Vic'-l-i I'sith'.-it at    I irg"    J,    If. .-\u-
di'i'son, Victoria.
!���:
T.    W.   1
'ear-'
sid.-n!
we11-
A.s   'I'll 10   weeks 'A') by and the interval before election   daygtov.s less, the.
prospects of n splendid triumph (nr llio
Government   increases   a n'l    bii��!iten'.
Never in the history   of   Canada has a
government bad nio:e excellent ground
for absoltilf; confidence  in the result, of
an    appe.il   lo   (he   people and in thai
very    fact   lies   J he   greatest   danger.
There is one thing, and one thing only,'
that can possibly qualify (he ccrtainLy
of   an   overwhelming   tiiuinph   at the
���jkiIIs, and (hat.one  thing is  over confidence.     It is not snflicientto rely .upon
a   splendid   record   and a   just .cause.
The   Tori os  are -very'fond of''(piloting
��� it. .tl wilful^' iiii^coii-'itiuiii^ Mr, TarLe'tJ
;il-"
I,   ( '    Lmhvh, .\f.
.Seoy.-Tro.isiire*
Kil Miloops.
I)i-tiict.   Vice-I'r*
(���h'ti.c'd iis Inlloivst ;
I      Xcv Wi'-I inin-ti'i
;  P. P.
Vancouver  -P. G. Tallow, M.P.P.
,      Vii-tunn  - \>. IL K'er.
A-Old oft  - Walti-r J-'imi'ii.
K"aiiiloo|.s -V. J. Fulton, .M.P.P.
|      itev.-Nloki*   Tims-. 'I'.iyloi, .M.P.P.
Qiiesiu'll" Forks   T. .J. Ifunt"i-,
Xifola s-fii'o. Fh Armstrong.
Xoith Iiiver -Geo. P. Haven.
Salmon Arm ��� A. J. Ciimuiing-i.
In   Ihe  matter   of   finance it was re-
.solved that th" Provincial Government
be   t espoel I'u'ly   petitioned   lo make a
grant to   this  Assooial.im'i   to: aid .it iii
carrying out its  objects -as."-id, forth in
the coiisLitiition'and by-laws.       .   ' . . '
A geri(;ral ni'oer.i.rig'bf'the Associalioh'
will In' hold' in   Victoria,  in   Deceinbt'i'
iiexl, during  tlie -innnal .se.s.sion of the
Central Fitrinoi'.s' Institute.
they will r-'hi'iil the iuleience that thoy
ai" n park of fools.
I'}'-;*', i"- <\ (!.
Iii tile "Pi-r 'ill'il I!' .-'.lin-ii'ill.s nf Rath
r-rl.iii'l li'b'i .iid-," Lu_l'-!i rn" 10 ci i:ie, is
til. .-iin'hirjr> -' i:,\ a! win (': in! -!i,',ni.
who hail liet't ;i(f ;i vi'ilonl toolnialo: j-i
his- ciIiI'.'il:". f/i,i; 'ia,i ('ni"l, -linn!' -eizi il
n mail who wiiv iivin-* in pi. k hi- pnokot
iiiol, noi 0'ii:l(-iil Vii'li ui1. nc: liini in
'iiai'Te. ,'i'hiiiii -iei"i| iii him a leilui" on
lh" '",'ils i,C in:. '   |ii'|-,i:,i-o
"I fto! -in* " ho - A !. "ll:M ynn li ivo
lie'-n (h'lii'ir.ili'/. il i-i-l ; lini'il li'v flic Inve
tii ih ink. I. 'i.'i th" 'ill.ei hand. Inve n-it
t'lii.-In il a (Imp nl' mio'.it .ii in,.- hi'iior for
th" ! i-l. 'M> .'.-en *."
"Want!"   ���'���iii-!   ihe   liiiri ilie,I   pri.'-ni'iei'.,
"I'm- let  in,i-i|f !.e tn.ik  hy a  d-i-loiaier?
Why,   if   I'd   I.nn" n   .wm   v.;���-i   a   walcr
'binki'i   I'd   lia.e  I a ."I.i tl   \ rir   i j lot >in i >i
head i.IT:",
0
[f you will give us a list-of everything
required (Stoves excepted) in the I-Jouse
I;uniishin^ line and the amount yout
wish to c.\j)cnd on same we , will be
pleased to send you illustrations or full
descriptions of our goods.
�� .We"Can Furnish.Your Home Complete.
38'YcaiTi nxjicricncc.  \kfl
H3Jt;����B-''
,L As/.LkJ       M^<iJyJ!Ldw%JylA& &J       JL
fncorporalod by act of Pailiament 1S55.
IIIa'M) Odl'lCh
A9
MONTREAL
\V.u. Moi,mon Maci'iii^u.S'i.v, Piv.^.      S. IT. Having, Vice-Pros.
'.Ia.mkii Ki.uot, General Manager
$2,170,000
VAW'L UI' CAPITAL
r h:sr-:R\"i*;        - - 1,850,000
neiier.ii 'i.uik'iny hi; .iai'ss hv,iis-,icit.'l.   Interest allowed on deposits at current rule."*.
nrrnr c\mt
J. B. HULS3N, Hanafloi"
- B. C.
!!�����   Vi'nn a  f,nv*li'.
Ii'.'i(I,V'..T(ii:i ivt (Id (lie ,fcj11;i-^-itAm wife) -
Anil ;ii;,v ilies.o Uireo nice litije hii.vs all
..voiii' nwii'!������
iMrs.: MoPiu-liuic���Viss, mem,  hot liim
in   lhe   middle's   n   lassie., ���^'IIoUsoHcdcl
Wci'ti;".
here conn's a I ian* now .iv.d then when every gonlleman   U'i'].-i Iheii'
"Xi'i'i t Ion;.Iiy -i vli��,h and vvell-pul-tngel her suit of clot bos. The occasion
may bo a weddinir. a i oo-cpl ion, a journey or snuie ol her important
fn :7c! ion.;. 'i'ha'l is -the- | inn* to .avoid a. chance fit. That, is Ilie I inic
a'bove ,-til ol'liers. I.'o'give I lie ordi'i- 10 inc.'"
:   -'       :R.:S
Wft"J- Tfii&ttJtZ t K��"' Wi" "ff r^'V^^:c-J'^--^'S(W'^^^ *j' >. ij^v^ V��i'l*}B ^iVJCg rPTEmi-^7TTig*BTr^-TLiyiT8Hl.'*'-V li." iw ������-m-T^-r." Jiwt.���B^TtT^inT-Tg^rjnm-w.��� .-~-.*~^-���-mJ���.-^ ������, ���. i. . .__ --, ,,,	
WTC^-^pEK^PTS^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL  MitaaOtmaaiBi  t  THE SECO'-'D LOVE.  i   ::tl  .-un -."  :'l ���������  ti.-uJ  (0 Eat,  i-ili. i  ii'-iv iii !d!.i* my place  i   I.iv nl j'it-  i.".-. vviiy.  :ii_- .::i.I ! .ii .��������� ii |-r. It;, f-ic-e,  ������. .'..a.- iii-lp.'ii yo'i tiivc  "Vt.-j-il 1 \U'.a  Ami vi.-.v .-.*;���������: i;  ' LV.).] s;.:.-i| ; ,.  And ',- 1 !':;; I, .* :!������.  Will oi'l.r Ik- f./i- Iter fiij.-.v iin::it tlit'ii,  A:������l yn-.i vvi!.' lio !:,_:��������� fAiL-lic'i, willing slave,  'l'lii iui**ti"'iii'jtiiij joit of other'men"  H? In-aid Iter doleful |i!iii:it .ind labcireil on.  .Slio t:-i'.| tn I,K- tTic ii- lilllo one mni sigli:  "iVIiiit v'i' fa v, ill (oive It) .von '..-iien I am fjone!  All, I nl IA.-1  lull I would noi fi-ni' to tlie!  i't" I little chi-', li'u'.v <;i:i ! l.tive vi.ii here, '  'I'd lie aliii.-oii v.ben I ,ii;i --.oiie nl-ovi*���������  Tu luar'v etM-'fativi- t/ill iiiit.ilii'i-''Dear'  Ami see liini,-jii-i; inibtlii-r all liis love?"  -. f + * ������ , * - '      *  A lilllo moaiii! is -jrei'ii tipon (lie liill,  Aii.l Unite the vvii't.r.-; suotv's linve drifted there  Alitni' one win) is i.viii-,' c-ultl itiul Mill,  'Oui-'li lo the inii.v -,ii;-f- lii.-i'l peiiplu fcliare.  Aim'.I-.ci  l:.ii' tlie Iter lli.it o;il-s liis door;  All li..:l lio ciiiiii'il niiuili",i- t-1'iii'i'-, today:  Tlio clii.'il lie wi.a.-'l.i|ieil iin'-sc- lAn no itioi'e, *  Anil ilier-' is linnl) -ilie *-n<--ips Imve to siy.  i ���������ii. IC. Kiser in (.'liica-fo Times-Herald.  The Man  On thc Bridge.-  A Gritty Englishman In  ���������   the "Woolly West." ���������  I   iniifs-t  say   I   ft It  considerably   proud  when the people nf Amber made me city  marshal.    There w.-.s nioro in it than in  ..prosi'ect .';>���������-;. nuywiiy. nr. kj put it plainly,'  (jhore  was  as   nnich   wealth as, I   chose  ��������� to- pit her i:i. wilh every prospect of a  public funeral in ease I happened lo get  shot. The trouble was "wlieie to draw  the line, ,for if 1 jasl lot things slide the  boys , would massacre oaeli oilier until  there was linthiii.*: loft'hut the towii site,  and if I did i:i,v duly the first thing would  have boon to clap I lie'whole population  .in jail or run iboin all nut of fhe country.  Tho inr.in diiiicul'y was about unlicensed  or prohibited business; but if 1 had  , turned'lhe law loose on every offender 1  should have oln-jed up all saloons, gambling balls, re:s!aiinnits. daneo houses  niiil then tors���������in fact, lhe whole city of  Amber. Tho. usual ,t!iin-; was to black-,  mail evoiyhod.v instead of running up jail  expenses, hut lhe (jueslion was whore to  draw lhe line.' You see..if I didn't black-  - mail enough, people concluded I.was useless, .".nil if I assessed lliem 'too much thoy  like llio bulls of I'.aslian.    As I);in  u want'to trade t!...e, you'll have to \ ^H'-^H^^HH*^  ke out fl license from heaven." I ^k^9<'^p^^^'^^^r^K^r9iik-^t'i&5i'^-9t'^-S^      &l'&&&&<&&}*=<���������&;&&:'���������&���������������:��������� r&-AA?3<iA-fryii'  ������ r^-^^.-z^-^d-.d    '"'"*    ���������"���������  -*J  f*      11  ���������*">"'  ..���������  J,  t,  ,  ���������   A>-  kickod  McIMii  il said'once in the vigilance com-  , rail toe when I jacked him up for cum-'  bs-ring, the sjilcwall: wilh packing eases  lo slii-\V(,w!i:il a "slock of goods he'had to  "sacriliie:"  '"This job requires taet." '  .Now in ease there's any benighted pilgrim   heie    who   doesn't   .know    Amber  Gulch, IM bettor explain  that's it imihe  "Bitfe'il'tini   mountains of, Idaho,  between  -    Dead Mule puss .���������unl the "N'orthorni'ncilie  riiilrisud.     Well. ;is  I  was saying. I  w.-.is  ,   I'i'.y iiaush.-.i of Ainbor in lhe fall of '})().  when  an   Englishman   turned 'up   from  goodness knows whore, dead broke. ���������  "Lock hero," says he. '"you're city marshal."  "I air." ;  "Well, look hero," says ho. '"I'm broke.  I've trar.ipod hero out of .Washington  territory, and my partner ��������� ji11, J"*pokan<"  Falls has stolen all my clothes except  what I've got on."     ; v  "What made you (,'oino here, anyhow?"  ,  says I.  "Look hero." says bo: "I got stranded  in Iho'l'ar.-iin;-" e.iimlry. with winter coining' on, and I'd have staivod lo death'for  nil the woik-l ooulil got.    So I made for  ,   the nearest minim: camp.'' '  Ale had an old slouch lint, n shirt, overalls and ;i pair of bonis: hadn't.seen n  square meal for months; looked me  straight-in the eyes, and what lie said  was true.  "Well." says I, "what do you w.int?"  lie. looked up the street, 'then down,  collecting his thoughts, then' at tne  straight. ���������  ,  "I've written three times to the Spokane police to ask' them to recover my  clothe:'".1 I got no answer. Now I wnnt  you-to write."       t'  "'  "Go lo that store." says I. pointing to  Dan Md'hail's, "rig yourself out nnd  tell thoin lo charge it to me." . *  lie thanked mo, turned his head away,  ' wiped his eyes wilh one finger; then faeod  mo au-ain. "I'm not thiil kind of man.  ���������Will you write the loiter'.'"  Of course I did.. lie had proved that  even though be was only an alien Ili'it-  ishor he was straight goods, and t liked  . t-'lraighl goods in any man. .Moreover, I  got hi.s baggage from fcSpokmie within  the week.  Next thing I  knew, that young man���������  lie-was 2-1 or less���������wont to Mol'hnil, said  that he had earned .f"10 writing for news-  pa|)"r.-i and wanted to start trading.  "Where?"  "On the bridge."  Now, the Amber river runs down the  side of Ihe gulch with the town on the  south and only the railroad depot ngiiiust  the cl ill's on the north. The bridge is  right at (ho font of Main street, joining  (he (own to (ho depot. There's only one  sidewalk, so thai (lio.whole ero.wd lo and  from town' has lo go over mi lhe right  hand of (he bridge. It's a wooden trestle  business, find half way across, over the  middle of the Amber river, I here's nn  nngle whore the.sidewalk bends round.  The tenderfoot wanted to trade at that  nngle. Mel'hail represented the comity,  the city ti ml the vigilance cotiniiitleo. lie  knew that (he thing was plain ng.-ilnsi  three different laws, and yet that 15.rU-  isher was .smart.. Tie had.'chosen the best  ��������� stand for business in Amber Gulch.'  "You can't  trade," .saidAMoPlniil, "mi  the. bridge.".    ''       '-���������'  7 "No," says   (he   Englishman,   "'and   I  dhii'l. wn.iit (o.    Who does the air over  the.middle of the bridge belong, lo?"  V'The Ahiiighty/'-siiys* Mcilinil,. "It:  you  tal  Will you interim oV"  "No," says "MePhail; "I guess net.    I  never interfere outside my jurisdiction."    ' A*'-. -^  ���������Thank.--," said the Britisher. , j -'' ~ .^-  Next day I found that Kn-rlishniaii on I -.*,-,'���������.,*.  a plank which he had chucked across, the ' ������������������-'-- T"  angle of the   bridge. '   Underneath   .was j   A',*���������-"AiT  the river, raging among thc big bowlder^,  | "\~* A -'<������*���������  all ice'ntid spray.   .But mind!    He didn't  i-rrt'-;A  mind,    lie wnsohanging on in midair by \dA%.d  tbe   skin   of   his   teeth ��������� peddling  cigars \ J.dfdd"  across the hand rail.' , |   d'���������) 'T'>*  ''Have a .smoke?"' says he,,nnd presented me with a cigar, ,(hon struck ,a, match  con the seat of his breeches aud -rave me a  light. I'ay for il? Not much! 'Why,  the Pii'itishor (bought he was under nn  obligation to mo. He met his obligations.  Once I saw a iiian pav him a .siiver c!ul-  Jar (hat was in dispute, and the IJntisher i -S<-;: .���������/.  Hung it at bis face. Next time I pas-"cd j ddd^d  tlie man on thc hridcre had two dry -roods', ";'*'r *'?'  boxes for, a counter, a Iradin*: liee.iirc j ':d i-^f  slack ii]i. ii Jot of apples, two kinds of ci- I *'-��������� .rf ��������� .'4.  gar,-* and some (rinkots which didn't catch | 'J#>\-,'  on. Jn throe days he was full of grub, j J^^T"  color'in his face, a cnat'on bis line!: and \ '?x -^''f*  doing aroaring busiiies.-". ,    *    <-.-'���������'-'-  Al'ler.a week or so he began lo build,  and the beaver "wasn't in it for cunning.    ^-'.f:,,_  On three bits of scantling across the an- j ,^,^T'V  gle lie put a door, walls, a roof, thou a ��������� ~'t\'W ^  glas.s /rout along l!ie band rail with sliding s.idies. ��������� J.te had a dog kennel door  tuiilerthe hand rail to cravvl in by, a box  stove  (o kooi) Jiiin .M'arin  and  cook  his  meals on and enough Jloor space to roll  out hi.s blankets nt night.   ,In six wc;eks  the in a n on the bridge was worth #150,  doing a business at 100 uer cent profit of  $S a day.  Thou   a  crash   camo   which   burst  all  tho banks ami reduced our population (o  half.    The crazy man oil the bridge began to,have a bad time.    His trade went  down   to nothing,  and  instead  of three  sQuaro men Is, a day  he began  lo Iill up  vacancies   by   eating   bis' own   stock���������u  cents' wor(b' of candy for breakfast 'and  a smoke for dinner.    Besides that, Long  Shorty,   one   of, our   special   brand   of  toughs,   thought   (hat   the   nmn   on   the  bridge was having more than hi.s share of  prosperity.   One morning, late iii'DecCm-  ' her,. Long Shorty put two heavy timbers  across the river behind the man on the  bridge  and  began   to  build  a  house on  thein beams.    lie phuiked over his floor,  set up his frame of scantliiig^uid, began  to fill in thc walls, then went to the city  council and told them that he intended,  ' nt bis own expense, to lay down an extra  sidewalk to cover the space over the river between the bridge and his new saloon.  Of course thai  mount sweeping away  the man on (he bridge, shanty and all, by  permission of  tho city authorities, so I  soul ono of my deputy- marshals to see  how the Britisher felt. *-'  "Oh. that's all right." says the m.nn on  the bridge.' "Long.Shorty rests oiie end  *of his bridge 'limbers on railroad land  and the other end on private house properly." If I get his limbers sawed off nt  both' ends, the gentleman will have- (o  swing his'saloon wilh ropes."  "What from?"  "The clouds," says the-Britisher, and  gave my deputy a cigar.     . ' ,  Now, if that youngster had kicked up  a fuss, and gone ,-il'tor Long Shorty with  a gun,'I'd have let them worry it out between themselves, but the man. on the  bridge,', although only an alien and a tenderfoot \Y"ii'h iioihing to live on but Ins  native grit, was the only law abiding inhabitant in my distiict. ,So I went to  Dan McPhnil" and says I. "Dan, I guess  I'm going to,have m.v .--jiving'cleaning."  "Good gracious," says I'an. so wo set |  to woikiuaking oul n list of the |):op.-s.d  exiles, gamblers, bums. < rooks, t*;o., w!:o  would never bo mi-sii! from Amber, in  the number of 2."i Wo, oallcil a session  of the vigilance' cuunni'too. pnsioil n  guard around my lil llAo.-i hi boose and ran  in the gen;lnnii'ii cue by olio, until wo had  a full imr.se. Then wo started the wlmlo  bunch���������'io head���������am! horded thorn wilh  sttick whips ami chunks of ice through  tbe si roots lo the municipal boundary,  where we'lumrd ih.eni loose wilh a remark "that the world was all before tlieili  whore (p choose." One or two who objected we chucked into the river t;������ cool  off, hut for the most part ihey went like  lambs, including Long Shorty, who understood thai I'd plug him full of holes  if lie over showed liis uudy mug In Amber Gnlcl:.,  Going   b-.it k   into   town   I   inter, lewo.d  ilie mall on the bridge who had sli:J- r.p"  a ei'iiscy poster s-u^m's-ing n neck do md: A  or  lynching  boo.   which   was  n-Moim;-. el  him und migki i.-ad to l-arm.  "Take thai down." .- A! I. w'ti::.l"!-:i>.'-  if he'd thank me i'uv rui. i:*-: hi- enemy  out of lhe counii-y���������[mt  nut a bit of i:.  "All riubt," s-iys- iii;. mail on ih:- l',*ii:c  ���������curse his eh.'ok! "I see that the p. np.'o  has iiseji in its mi-dil for vengeance o,i  the evildoers. WI.en- did ycu hide?"������������������  London Hindi and While.  J-d***������)>t<II!l.������������S*<i    <--    1;    &    ���������&    <S    ft    -f    ti:    -ft    It    fr       ���������<-     <_-    ���������>..    <5    --    ������.    ^,    .j,    ^.    j.    ^     <p    ._.  d  ���������  Jt?K J$*  &>.  (Ay^f:-:. i  { 'te'  i '  1 '.  !S.'-'  ���������a- g^c\  K "  ;  d<i  d>-i  rin.^^rr-vr-  nn-.-rn"  ���������rw~*3-���������w*tz*r*'**z:~~-j: :  ���������~'f./-^^('^n-7\  ~*}i>'V?dS&Sd:%^  \J..d/y  AAi.  ^ryr  )  'A  Ii  you i nave not  your Calendars for \  time'to do it.     We  large assortment ''of  some -designs.  Ft,  ureaay oraer:a  1901 now* is- the  en hand -a  ">--a '��������� ,DC  in hand-  ft  ���������-J13-  ���������"1 n  OvJ-i.1   C-JiJ.1  ci o ������������������--���������  ���������A3 '���������������/ Xj  ���������r ?,-*! /~y*?/VTi  u.ir-Csi.il. ���������  fa*?.  '{'  ip y,������7*  Ji* "*������ 'j ���������  ���������^A-rr  ^  ||    m  .C-)  /-&J-K  i_:ii-->i.i.  ������?lh. J$zh  MC7."������^  Mk .SL.  -v.y.'A  *?.'$*&  ^���������v-i=i  "'���������* P. *������*  d<$fr>  ',   rf: y*?~  T S V  d-a (<;: ^  A V . ?���������'  "������-',  . 4- .9 &  ^4|4  t$f ',  ^|4.  ^  3L  \)  ye .are. prepared %o'-ao'a,n londsof  *'-printing at reasonable prices.   We  ���������^ O ' ' , *  ll , *  carry a complete" stock of paper for  "!"/*- U;  US  classes of -comliierGial worjs.  a trial. -   ���������  ["������������������J  ive  :''. o  %   fi4i&.  6 6^.  Oh iff ci  REVELSTOKE, 'B.'  G.  4T-4  fhh'  4*J������fe,  4*-f:^  t|-4  4.v d? ,  f 2* '  T*4.  4������-,c-^  f?4  *>* --������'>"w  .-; 'T- ������>  ������������" ifA --f*  't^ -i    i  44 ?-.  4i^".  ���������f'^1  44.4  tH ���������  t     if.      V   '.^     J>     fl.     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OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Hoyal Mail Lines,   . ,  Cheapest Route to tho Old Country.-  Ahl^AN LJXK-Froui MoiiLr'cal  Aug. 2o,  Sep. 1    "    7  "    lo    *���������   ���������>���������>  r.insian    -  Sicilian  Tunisian -  Nu m id inn'  Corinthian  i  <=���������    DOMINION LINK-Froin Montreal.  "IMPERIAL LIMITED."  UiV  felly fervico Between Al-  hmiio and Pacific,  "5clio&u!o of Time-Pacific Standard Timo  Kd'ecLive Feb. IM., lOtR  I  ���������Kaslo ������: Slocan Railway I  Domhiloti  (.'ambronrin  Vancouver ���������  A ue;. 2.')  ���������Sep.   1  "    lo  liKA VKIt LINE-Krom .Montreal.  rn-isenufer train for Snndon and way sLaUon-'  leavcH Ka.sloaL8a.n-i.; daily, ietiiriiin*(, leave.s  Snfldon nl I.I.) p.m., nrrivhuralJCaslo 3,.').i p.m.   jVko'ci-ni-ipliiii)  I ake MeHiuilie '-  I ake Sii])erior  I ake Ontario  "Momfort  Aug. 22  . "   ������0  Sep.- 7  "    12  "   ID  ;intcr������atic:ial Navigation and Tradiiicf  Coinyany  OiieriiliiiH'on U'eotenay Lalct-nnd I liver.  H.S, I.vri'-iiN.v'i'ioN.M/ Icayos K'lis'ln I'm' N'elstiii  nl ii ii,in. daily except, .-jiiinliiy: retiirniii'r, le.ives  N'ols-on at I..'i'l p.in,. onliin-,' i.i. I'ull'oiir, I ilot  liiiv. Ain-o.voi'ib, ,','iitl till way poinls: oiiiiiie-ju  vvli'li S. K. S.: N. iriilii lo and from Spokane, al.  Five Mile I'olnl,  Lar<lo-*Dunonn Division  A.MKIl   AI.HMKTA.  Stiiiuii-i' Albert ii leave-. Kaslo for  l.nrilo and  Ai'i.'iaitn at S:.'ii* p.in. Wednesilii.v-.  i 1'iro e!ar- !-!i'o|ifi-.('ii all trains. ' 'I'oiirUi ears  I --.is. j;, voJ-inla; daily fur St, I'.ittl. Fridays lor  I .'.i.iii''ml iiii.-l I'e.slon, SiUh1.-i,vmS:  V/edneMlayi"  ' '.n'T, :.'.i|.i.  Sho Didn't <.'ci  tt.  At (lie  Durham (Km-laml)  avsi*:o.s ie- i  centl.v lhe plainliff in a Irillinp en-..' wa" j      '''  a   deaf   woiiiau.   iiii'l   after   a   I'ulo   li.o i - \    Sleuiner.-i en 11 at. principal landiiws   in   hot Ir  jmlKC sii.-r.irostfd   Hint   liio eoo.nsol  kJjo-.i" ! . .������������������     . v.r ^..^-..-.^ .~~ i ������1 Ijr.wsi i������������ii*������. "i������l ������������! ������>l lit-i; iK.in.ts- xylion  ^i������iiiill���������������rl.  ..,,,. : tt-c, f\ ~ TT'TVT A V ntdiT iVH-i' R v   |       n-kos --oil lo all poiuli in  C nii.idii and lhe  o eoiiipromis-c u aii-.l to i^k , ,!\!j'j ������ .bl-|ii 1 OL/UlN ������L\j .������������������.  j rilil,.a su-ius.  1    ��������� . I   'To 'n-.-eerlaiti   rates   and   full    iiiforiiial.ien,  I"iHsoiifrei'H liokeled tbroti,','b to all parts- of  fJrciil, Mrlliiiiiniid Ireland, and ul .���������.poeiullv low ���������  r.Hos-lo all purls ol"  llio Knrojic-iui continent.  Apply to nearcM -'nil--������y or .-teiiin-.lii|) n-,'i.i.t otto  ���������  T.   W. BUADSnAW.   Ajjont.   Rcve!������tcl:c  v.v! c-i r.ii.-t tin. sirviei" lii.-.nd I'ruin  jrot his el ion  her what hhe would lake In sol:lc it.  The counsel theieu|inn slioiMod out veiy j  lotidl.v to his client. "[Iis'lordship \v:int< !  to know what you will take?"  She smiliii.dy replied. "I thank his lord- j  ship kindly, and if it's no inconveiiience j  to him I'll take a little warm ale." !  DAK  TIIAINri.  l.'i  i.'A  I.Yveli-'i'll'C  lJeve^li.lic  :'o a-.il fu.in Kootenay Points,  Wesl J  nra.'.'1.20  lv. 2!.'",)  I  From Hie CIoihJh.  In the "I'ecolloet'icms"' of Sir Algernon j  West i.s included one of a  friend of his I  youth. Albert .Smith by name.    In those  days the yonncer smart set amused ibeni- ;  selves by; makin.'.'ballooii ���������'voyafresA wit,!: j  .Green,, (he famous aeronaut. One day }  Smith nseended before .-in admirin-; proupj  of onlookers and,  observin.i:  a. lady, ,-u- j  ,(|uaintanee in the crowd, waved ,his baud j  at  her as, thoy  \yere.,starting nud said,  "If I come down rigajn, I'll briny you a  ������|*7 tOl'fici"." A '  ;.((. h  Kevelhtoku  arr. 21.(10  iiiitlress:  S IC  ItOIIKUT IRVING,  "Manager, Kaslo, IJ. C.  '���������>,-��������� -.".ks. t-'jI-'-ts. antl full information apply  to Ai-o't.l..' i;eyi.'!.stol;e,.or.,  '���������'���������' ��������� ;'"7 ���������   "       '7   A .   '       ���������   ���������   *       fA- ���������-.  V/.lr. ANDERSON.  ���������������������������'"   . . T.P..A.,  'Nelson, B.'-C.  .-J. COYLF,  A. G. P. A.,''���������';.'  Vancouver. D 0.  Canadian Pacific Navigation Co, L'd  ALASKA   ROUTE.  Sleiupers for Wrunnel, .liineiui and Ska^way  leave Vieloria  Every WcdneKday at S y. in.    ,  .       -A and Vancmiver  ���������    Every Tliurmday at 2 ���������>. in.  ."���������"ieiiiiiers for Nor.hern   Fti-il i-Ji Cohniibin ports  , leave Victoria'and Vinicoiiver weekly.  ���������Itnles, elc., oh HiVpIIeutioii lo  C.S. liAX'I'Kl!.  1 Genera 1. T'a-sender Auenl.  '''���������   '   '������������������; Vieloria, H.C.  TIME    TABLE  S. S. "Lardeau,"  !'"' i i ir In Iucon Arroubciul mid Tboin-on --  I,a mi 01.0 coiiiinciiclii-,' .liinu in. I'M', will -Jjiil as  follows (c,fitilid' pcriiilltln-,'):  l.tai-i! Arrowhoad fur Tlious-on's L-indiii-/  nnd Coin.ipllx ill 7k. (billy.  L<ii" c I iiou,son's I .ii ml In*,'mni ConiapbA ftu-  \i riMvlnn.l al 17k. ilnily, cuiincetMi-,' with all  ". I'. I.'. I ni ii.miikI liouts.  Tlioownci-s- n-siji-yo the ri-rla to cban^e liim-s  of'-���������iiililies uiiliout notice.  i'l IK KIM I) ItOUI.V.SON U'."di:KI.'CO. LTD.  K. ItOJUN.SON.  "Mitnairiii-,"' liircclor.  BAUER & ASH CROFT,  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,  MINING ENGINEERS.  Survevors of Mines, Mine nil f'iaiii's- am! ( At.vi n  Jjun!-.    (  vancouvkh; I), c.  \.  tmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  awwiiiiiiBiBwiamiMiiiiuiflwi^^ luiraiMiuawmmimumwJihiBnBgia THE KOOTMaY MAIL  -4^3. <*^s. -������-^."tf-^."^-^.^-^.'^-^.^-^'.''fi-^.''*-  9     -���������.."���������    <   .  * DO NOT FORGET *  ���������?���������  0 $  if  -?���������  S!  "Frank G randy, of Thomson':" Landing, is in town.  If  y  ������*.  "V  I TOILET  9  $  9  $  <(<���������  9.  ft  3?  <(<���������  I  ."I!  tha-l if  you want to get a ���������������  first class assortment of      .-))���������  PERFUMES |  '  I  BRUSHES OF  ALL KINDS  ���������and   all    (oilet,  articles  you can get' the very best ff:  1 ���������    *������  at the .'J:  ?)J  ������  9  i  1  1  I Canada Drug & Book Co I  Revelstoke  Station  I  '������  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  D.  Cameron,  ot" Comaplix",   wa-s   in  town Mondnv.  A.Eniond caint,; up  from   Halcyon  Springs on Sunday.  Mr. and Mrs. J.  P. Sutherland returned from Nelson lasl evening.  Capt.   It.' G. Tatlow,   M.L.A., Vancouver, was a visitor on Sunday.  S.  A. Sutherland and A.Ferguson,  came up Tuesday from Ferguson.   ,  ' W. Savage left on Monday for Vancouver, where he will in future reside.  Miss Ruth' Valentine  returned Sunday evening from Thomson'*; Landing.  Jas. Hathaway, of UJ-Mile, was in  town Tuesday., Mr. Hathaway says  he has almost completed a large cabin  on his ranch.  Mr, and Mrs. John Piatt, of Golden,  were amongst those who passed  through Revelstoke this week ��������� to attend the'provineial exhibition.  J. J. Langstaff, of the Trout Lake  Topic, and A. 0. Cummins; of Ferguson, came up fiom the south Sunday  evening, returning yesterday.  .Ticket? for.the Thanksgiving Supper  and Concert on the ISth inst. are selling rapidly, and the ladies aie sparing  no pains to make it, a success.  There will he a special meeting of  L. O. L. No. 1C5S, on Satin clay evening  in the Oddfellows hall at8 o'clock. A  full attendance of members is requested'.  CLOTHING   ...  Men's All Wool Tweed Suits, Regular Price $S, $10, $16 ; Cut.Price, $4, $6; $8.  ' -.'     .   .   PANTS   .   .        :    ���������''*.',  Men's All Wool,*Serge. & Tweed Pants, Regular. Prices 2, 3, $4,; Cut to 1. 1.5b, $2.  ��������� .   NECK WEAR   . "   . -  Men's Beautiful Silk Ties, Regular Prices, 50c, 60c, "75c. $1 ; Cut to'20c. each.  -' ..   .   HATS  .   .  - . J ! ( I  Regular Prices $r.pO, 2.00, 2.50: 3.00, 3.7s, 4-0������: CLit t0 $J������ ^S0- 2- 2o������> 3������ 3-25-  ��������� We are also living- a Cash Discount of 20 per cent on all our Boots-and Shoes.,   ������  mmvwi^vrzr&rrrmvffimttrii&amtt  Morry Pettipiece is back frrom Fer  guson and'Trout Lake.  Wm: Monteitb, of Salmon Arm, was  at the. Victoria Monday.  A". W.  Dickinson,  of   Comaplix,   is  spending a few days in town. ,  .    Wm, L. Blake, of Los Angelos, Cab,  was a visitor to Revelstoke this week.  Miss Annie Corbett left. Monday  night for her home in New Westminster.  Joseph Dunn, K. iMc-Boan and J. P.  Kelly came down , from Carnos Cieek  on Friday.  .���������Maiic Corolli's-new bonk, ",The Master Christian," sold at the Canada  Drug and Book Store.  ' o  Allen Barnes came up fiom Trout  Lake on Friday and le! t for the. coast  Monday evening.  The regular mooting of tin- Liberal  ai-soeialion takes place to-night in  Mr. Alex. Mcltats's office, (Jowan Block.  A football match for Thanksgiving  iiay is spoken of and it is suggested  that aninvitation be sent, to Kamloops  to play a return match here on that  day.  Millinery opening at I he Cash Bazaai  Fiiday aiid Satuiday, in which the  latest novelties of fashion will be  shown. rAI-jo silks and suitings in up-  to-date styles.  ' Mrs. and Mis������ Parson, of Golden,  went down to the. coast Monday evening and will' reside in Vancouver for  the winter. They were accompanied  by H. G. Parson.  Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kinman came up  fiom Trout Lake Saturday "evening.  Mrs. Kinman left- for her home in  Missouri on Monday morning and Mr.  Kinman leturns to tbe Lake.    ������������������  .7. J. Foley, E. J. Ken- and J. Kelieft  came, up from 'Arrowhead Saturday  evening to attend tbe funeral of Mr.  and Mrs. Geo. T. Newman's baby girl  which took place on Sunday.  T. i). Pickard returned Sundayeven-  ng from Ncls-on   having made a very  good iiggregatij'scrire in the rifle shoot".  A social under the auspices of tbe  W. ('. T. U. will be held at'the home of  Mrs. Pettipiece, First street, this evening.' A collection will be taken in aid  of Rescue Work.    All aie welcome.  (Late James Gill & Oo.)  t      . < t (  li. M." Smytho has just received a  large; consignment of union made tobaccos and cigars.  Tlie Labor conve.iitio; 1 iir .Nelson is  still in session. No delegates arc present from Revelstoke.  F. T. Ahoy came up'froui Trout Lake  last evening and loaves tomorrow for  tbe Territories whore he ,bas the sole  agency for a gasoline lamp. Me ex-  expects tc bo avvav ahout six weeks.  ' ' '       '       o  Tickets aie out far the entertainment under the auspices'of the Knights  of Pythias in aid of .(-Jporgo Fauciaut.  The committee of management, are  "meeting with all kinds (if encouragement, and as (be object is a worthy  one the oi terlaintnent is bound lo be a  success.  .Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  The regular meeting-!  are held in the Masonic! Temple, Jtournc  =.111111, on, the- third  "Monday in each  111011 tb at S p. 111.  Visiting brethren  cordially welcomed.  II. J. I'RATT Seckbtaky.  Ciope   tissue,   paper    and   the   wire  fiames   for  making  lamp   shades,  all  Dan Robinson returned Monday  evening from a visit' to Nelson, Kaslo  and the Slocan.    He says  that he did  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. 0. O. F., No. 25.  .������&$./-*        1 tegular mcctings are held  iRIVATE   NURSING  A lady with'experience is open Io receive en  gtigcineiits as a private nurse.  "Add roan��������� A. li. care of the Mail ollice.  Your Pocket-book  may be low but, nobody sees it, but  ��������� il' your clothes   are   shabby  Unit  settles it, nobody wants to know you.  *    .    Ladiesor Gents Tailor "Undo Clothes  repaired, and cleaned in good style.  Call or send post card.  i  Samuel   IMeedham, Douglas St..  Established 111 years.  Strictly Union Labor Shop.  REVELSTOKE  ^^^-^GS^A,cordially welcomed.  N. T. EDWARDS. N.O.   ,   J. A. STONE, Sl-'C.  sizes, at Canada Drug fc Book Cos,     o.i hU best in boosting Revclatnke's repre-  ���������L1 ._ ' ! senlative to the rifle *hoot at Nelson.  ' L. P. DesAuImiei, John M.-Lead, W. j :���������  May and John Baillargeon, of Rogers j I't N a great bother hunting for a pen  Pas--, registered at Hotel Victoria on I and ink when you are'in a hurry. To  Sunday.   ��������� ' | save lime and  money* get a good fotin-   j tain  pen, the Canada Drug and Book  .Mr.   F.'.I.  Doane.  prr-pi ii-tor uf tho i C". have  them  at  all  size.-j and prices  *- ������ ' ... ������ i -.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Moots every Tuesday  evening in Oddfellows'  Hall nt. S o'clock.  J) Visiting brethren cor-  z&yd'ux\\y invited to attend. -  P. IIOOLEY, N'. G.     ' W. ArATHIE, Si:c.  Kamhiops ^.i'IUiih  Soerotary of t ii.* (  (.���������oiiiiiil-sidii.  las bi'i'ii, ap|ioinjed    fur ladies and gent--  liiiosi.-and J,-i|)aiio.-" \ ��������� ; -��������� ;  I      Wciiic  inclobtod   In Ernc-,1 .Sydor, a j   . '.. .' s fiii'iii-'r re.-idi-ni of F!cvi-|-tnko hut now j  Ciiu-table It, A. I'ppi'r made his  /ii->t trip in c-liargc of a iiri-onor this  week   when   lie   e-Torted    an    insane  Chinaman to N'i-w Wost minst."!'  Albert Vatos-, of Sandou, but formor-  ly with Cu-o. V. Curtis, wars a passonger  from tin1 sonlli Monday evening and  joined the I'e.velstnke contingent lo  'fie. Westniinsp'r exliibil'ion.  on tho Northern Pacilie S. S. 15.-i mail,  for tins I.ilc^t copio-f of Hongkong,  .Shanghai, Vokiihiiioa and Kobe paper,''  c-oniainlng int.-resting' .���������iceoiiiit-' of the  Chinese war.  Epworth League Fall Programme.  Cct.S.  -Modern   Evils���������Mr.s. Thoinp-  1!. I!. ATKINS,  0. It.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I, 0. F, No. 3t61.  Meets in ihtj Oddfellows  Hull on Ibe Mc'cond and  fourth Mondays of euoli  iikiiit.il. Visiting brulb-  run   Invited  to attend.  V��������� \\". MITCUKIiL,  ,    J!. H.  Belts! Belts):Belts!  Ladies' Belts  AT���������  Guv Barber,  THE JEWELLER'S  C.P.R, Watch Inspector.  THE.  FOR  Work  ���������o-  GIVE US ATRIAL  F.  BUKER,   Proprietor.  Phone   43.  Badminton Hotel  A   VANCOUVER.  RATES   S2.50    PER    DAY.     ' ���������"       "        ,.  Edison Standard'  'honograph  P!  \.  II. HOLOICH  Ui'V. ,J. IA and   Mrs.   Kvans   laic  o.f i  >oii and Mi:--" Molntyro.  Oi t. I."). - Wcvivals'of   Religion- Rev.  S. J, Thompwon.  -Oct.   'll.-   Temperance   Meeting    W.  iNAIA'TKAW, CMKMIHT AND  AKSA YKJI.  Wiuderiiiore. passed  tluongh on Mon-' ' ,lv;l^f  day   evening  ou   route to Wellington,!  wlieie Mr.   I'l van.--   will occupy the pul- I  pit of the Pie-sliyli't'ian Church.  .tnrjwi TTtTsss-  Frank   Ion  and   Noil (J. Swinton, of  Trout Lake; T. V. Dawning, of Thomson's Landing: Sam, ,1'risbois and Tal-  inage Campbell, of (.'ninaplix, registered at lliu Coiil ral IIolol on ."^lond-iy.  (.'has. Wiiilern, foi UHM'ly (if Keyc'l-  sLoke lint now provincial constahlf' ,at.  Camp Mc'K in hey,A������ pi?nt a few days in  town the early part of the wf.ok on his  retiirn front taking prisoner.-" to Ka'm-  loopH... ..,   ;  VWT" *W.WIW?iT*n  I'uyal rtobndl 'if Mines, l.oiiaon.  Si;.en vciir.s nt .Murf-i Works, Swaiw-a,  Suventccii   yciir-c   Clnet'   (JliiiiiiisL  lo  W'igini  C.'c-il iind Iroii'Co., ling. ;  J.a|c ('lio-riii-l. (ui'l A--:iyer, f I.i 11 Minei-. htd.  /.-^.in     o     ���������   i     u     : ,i c   ...,,,:it,���������,       I     E'.itv (l(;-eription   of  iir,--,(y  mni   iiiiulyl ical  Oct. 21).-- Social -Srtji.il Committee.        ww[i 1I-1I,,,.1.,ilkJ.ll.  .Nov..),-   Cmi'-ocra! ion Mooting.             . ci.tini- (-v.niiinMl iind reported upon.  Nov.    12.-Loo(iir.- .on      Williaiii   of; l.'KVIOL.-n'OKK. II. C                                   1  Or.-nigi'-"Rov. S. J. Tliomj'-'oii. ,' .._     . _ ������������������._.  Nov.   I!J.- Missionary     JOvcniiig���������F. I  Notice of Dissolution.  \TOTIOE is hereby given that the partner-  l\ nersliip -icrctofore. ���������jubsistilig betvvecn us,  the nndeisigned, as niiiniifaetnrer.-" in the cily  of Itevelstoke, litis been this day diHSolvcd by  mutiml eoiiseiit. All debts owing to tbe said  partiiersbip arc to bepnid to It. il. Snwyar at-  Revelstoke, iifore"ai(l..'aii(l all claim-" against  the sr.id piu-tnet'i-hii) are to be presented totbo  -iiiidJ-.lt. Sawvcr by whom Llic same will bo  settled. ,,  Dated  at Itevelstoke this -.'"Jnd  .September,  A. II. IH'ili.     i: \������D        '  ��������� It. II. SAWVE1I.  MAIlltY SAWYKIi.  W. SAWYIilt.  !���������'. ('. MANN'IN'ti.  with all thc la tot iiii|irovenients will  take und reproduce records, complete  including, ltccordor, Hoproilticor, JJi-ass  Horn, Sapphire Shaving Knife. Kiw  Tubes, Camels Hair tirush, Oil Can, .also  One-half dozen Records and 13ooks of  Instruction.    '  PRICE   $25.00.  ...CHAS'J. A  The* Fred Robinson  . Wer Co. Limited.  fBSlBSSSSSSa <>  On and after this date our prices1 for  cut firewood will be as follows ;  $1, per cord at Mill  $2      "      delivered,,  Prices Cut'for Cash.  ,  gmrrgsma  Bilker and R. liowson  Nov. 20.- Entertainment by the  Ladies���������MiSM-it Smith, Sawyer and  I'ottipier/e.  Dec. :?,-Consecration Meeting.  Doc. Hi. - JvHsay-i cm (Jreat Mv\i -J. L.  JohiihC.n, C F. Lindmark.  Dec. 17.-Short Talks on Current.  Theme'-*���������A. Sullivan, W; Savage, IA  Bukor.   .     .     -.    .'.-.  Doc. 21.��������� Xiniis in Olden'.Time.  Doc." Si.���������Tiie- Cloning Cciitury-  " Watch Night Service." '  A nicist cordial invitation is' extended,  to all to attend the, ineetingt* of the  League.  J.  w. cross; m. d.  .SL"I'.('I"0.\- T(' TIIK V. I'. I!., CITY 1IKALTII  (iKI'-M'KM.  O/llcc;; T.iylor  Mai'kcnx.ic A ^ cniic,  JI  AHYl-'iY <lc .McCAKTJOIt  ;.\hhi;-"ti''us; BoniciTous, i-rrc."-,  Oi'-Kiciw : ��������� . MfiLRON'-'.   Hank   Hi.ock,   Jti;vi-:i.-  ���������; A ' .     'iToicKi''m. (.'.'���������' ���������'���������������������������:  Money to Ion a.     ���������    ''���������  pmce-":' J-.c*vc.lK'l.oke,'R.G.; Fort Steele, Jj. C. . -.  Oi'-.o. S. "\IcC!autki:,   [    ;   .J. A, Hakvky,  Ue\ ci.4okc, JJ, (.', Korl .-jlcelc, I). C.  CKUTIKICATK OK   IMI'ltOVIOI KNTS.  NOTICI".  Seat 111!   "Mineral  ('liiiui,  situnlu in the Uc'vel-  stoko Milling DivNIon of West Kootcmiy.  NVhei'i) located, on Downio Creek.  Take notice that, J,.I. M. Kellie. free miner's  certill':atc No. 15. 1.WJI7, intend (id days from the  (bile hereof loapiily to ibcMiniag l<c;corder for  ,-i Cert'lleato of finproveiiieiil.lor Ibe purpose of  obi.'lining a crown grant of the above cloim.   ���������  Anil further lake   notice llial, action under  section 1(7 intist bo, coiniiicnceil  before the issuance of such eerlillato. of iiiiprovoiiiciits.  ' J������atcd this 22nd day of August, lfllio.     ���������  '.1. 31. KliLlAK.  .CHftTII-'lCATK t)K  1311'ItOVKMKNTS.  N'VI'K.'i;,  Ilardpaii Mineral Claim, s-.il tiate in the Kcvcl-  stoke Mining lhv Nion of West Jvootcuay.  Where located, on Carnc.s Creek.  Take inilii.-c thul I. .1. 31. Kellic. free niiner's  ccrtiflculi; No. U. I.>.J!I7, intend, .sixty <lnj;*i from  tbu (Into hereof., to ajiply to the Mining, Jtecor-  dcr for a,' ccrl ideate of improveinents,' for the  purpose, of,) obtaining a Crown grant of the  above clainf.   ...,        ' '' yl'   - "���������'  And ' further lake notice that action, under  section  .''7.  iiiii.st be   coniniciiccd  before tho  i.-tsiiaiice.of such ccrtiflcnte of iniprovcinent-*.  , Jlatcd tlii-s 2-31h dny of July. WW.  'J, 31, JvKblJK.  Fred Robinson,M&iiaging Director  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  He'll do it for you.  WHO ���������? '  Draying   and  delivering  a specially.  'Teams always   ready   at  shortest  "       notice,       Contracts   for  jobbing  -A taken.    Agent  for  J3. C. OilCo.  Robert Samson,  Sd  VGA**?

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