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 A ���������  ''^-w  vol. 6. -  ���������No. 25.  REVELSTOKE. WEST KOOTENAY.  B. G, OCTOBER 14, 1890.  $2.00 a Year.  6  0  r^.^y^.z.^^^-^/^/^^/%/^'^/^^  t  .*���������&  ���������?$/%/:*iAif&-&^Z/S&/*������/^'*&&**%^^  ^nrf  ODD FELLOWS FEAST  In Honor of a Visiting Grand Lodge  Officer.  At ili.' city council last night, the  mo-l important .business was that of  adopting a 'change (if route for a  portion cf sidewalk. There \vei e  pic-ml, Mayor McCarty, Aid. Kil-'  pa'.nctY, 'lhown, Well-, C'rage and  Giaham,      ' ' '  Minutes of' previous hicethlg read  and addpl'-d.  A < .)iiii;iuni'','il ion \v:i������ reccivcd'froin  ,    Win.   L-i;! u-   w il liili-.-tw intr  lrom   the  conl tact   of  building, cemetery   fence:  from   Tim;,.   Skinner    i'i'    repairs    to  gulden di-lui bed while in,iking repairs  '   tO  --1 IVI'l-, ,  Tho public wurUs.nnd property committee i'.'commended as a" means to  avoid disl m' h.-ince to Mr. 11. A. 'Drown'.?  hntalthal -id.-walk lie rim on west  side ol McKenzie avenue ' to Second  -street, tlience west, io connect. wiLli  isrnp.osed ictile al, CYunpliell avenue.  Aid. lit oi\ n did not think it would  lie ju-1 ice to n move' walk from First  Stieet between the hank*. 'He, suggested running fiom coiner of Mc-  Keiizie avi line and First street as far  as Boyle avenue thence to Second  t-Licet.    '  Aid ivil|..il! u-k   agreed  thai, a   walk  should lie built nti First street as far as  if  rinperi-il hank. Fnvoied building nc-  co'tuiug to repm I with a blanch to  impi'i i.sf has. I,.' .is MeKeir/.ie avenue  and Se. ond -Keel would be more convenient t*' ���������-( boo! children.    ���������  Aid. Well-, wauled to -ee'a waik  between .M< K.mzie avenue and lui-  peiiai I ia)1.!: a-> load would he used  I id ween 1 .il.l.r-.  'Aid. i'i"..\\ n'ol'jecleil io walking as  t'.w a1- Mi Keaxie avenue to g"t. Id  Impel i.-.l bank, lie .-aid deci-itin ,of  council was to laiilii out of debentuio  money a walk eonn"'-ting trnin*.  Aid. Kd..a::-ick said Aid. Hi'own did  not npjvu lo consider h.-ndship Lo  sc'.mki! i���������!'iiK!i eii. A-' In frontage, law  I houg'i in- h.:d ���������-I rongi v siippoi ted il  bei'oie. he objiri'-d to il now as a  juntl'iii i- being built oui of debenture  fund. i. -        (> .  Mcve'd and s.'ionded Ir?- Aid. Brown  and We'lN th.it proposed change im  side1.-all," he  alomr  Fhst   street   from  children would not. have to go out of  their way. Did not know of any side-  'walk to he built through on First  street as menltoned hy Aid Graham.  Aid. Graham said that Aid. Brown  was iooKing lo one special point. lie.  thought banking business as great  east of McKcnzie avenue as west. Said  theie were three Indies east of Mc-  Kenzie avenue Lo one west, of it, all of  whom would I rnverse .Second sli celfgin  attending church. "  Aid. Crage asked why if ibis route is  so impoilnnt now it was not originally  adopted. ('  Aid. Kilpal rii k replied that original  route was adopted before .Second slice!  was graded and in use.     ,  The motion was put and ca tried, Aid.  Brown, Wells and Ciag'e voting for;  Aid. Kilpatrick and Graham against.  Aid. Brown asked if it was intention  of public works committee to have  recreation grounds surveyed this fall  now that crown grind has been given.  Aid. Kilpatrick said (hat as far as  making.recreation grounds out then-  went he-was against it until word is  received aboufcential gi minds asked  foi.  Aid. Brown remarked that a couple  of aldermen were asking recreation  grounds for (heir own use.  -Aid. Kilpatrick said he had no personal use; for recreation grounds, but  he is one who would favor a central  location convenient to all.,  Aid.'   "lycHs   referred   to   a    motion  made, bv him two weeks nyo  re   bmld-  Ile  had  lmp'eii.d h-n.ik to Uovie, avenue, thence  Lo  ml s(iv,  ,.i  ,Lo connect wilh   rouLe  ��������� p. is  Aid.' Ciaire pointed out that theie  are fiviv or s-ix re-idnices bet ween,bank  and B.ule avenue which would be  brm fitted.  ,Ald. L'lV.vii -aid he had talked the  m,i(Vr o\ ,-i with Mi. ll-'.-irn who said  il would be culling lower town trade  away fiom him if Second sLt eel. route  was adopied as far as Mclvenzie  avenue. ,  Aid. Graham -aid'roule proposed by  committee is a direct one nnd for  genet nl u.-e being central location near  as pTw.-nile".~ lie thought another walk  would soon he built o'n ' First street, as  f.n as Tapping'-, Hail. He'had counted  ."50 children |> is-ing iu a few, minutes  while -landing at coi ner of McKetr/.ie  'avenue. Money-|iecess!ii y to fill hole  al Impel i.d I,.ink would build walk on  route prop; sed ,by committee.  Aid. Brown expressed surprise at  Aid. Ci rah.im'.-statements, lie claimed  it was a li.ii ds'nip Jto half the citizens  of !l..\ el.-loke to have to go five blocks  in-lead cf I wo to reach Imperial  bank.  lie  I hat   by   Kir.-t   street   route.  ing of sidewalks by contract  heard nothing since.  Aid. Kilpatrick replied that there is  a motion ou minutes instructing public  works committee, lo go ahead and have  walks biult.' Tendeis had been received, t hree in 'number, but none of  these were accepted. ,,  Aid. .Wells said Ihis inolion was  prior to his. Thought "tenders .should  he submitted lo council.  Aid. Kilpatrick said-commit tee-, had  ins! mictions t(ij)rocced w'ith'sidewalks.  Motion put lo build by contract was  taken as additional instructions...  Aid. Wells stated his reason for  bringing up matter was that when  inolion was passed he expected lo hear  tenders read at next meeting hut did  not. Work since started and he had  come to conclusion that his 'usefulness  was a thing of the past. ���������  The lenders wet e then read.  - Aid. Brown  asked   how  sidewalk   is  now being built.  Mayor-McCarty,replied that they are  heing built by J. Kernaghan for. eight  cents per foot.  Aid. Graham asked if it was the intention to do any more gravelling. He  said King stieet was in had order.  The viil,-tyot' called on Mr. .Tapping  who was desirous of addressing  council, bul Said that in future all  business of Ibis kind must hr- done by  letter.  Mt. Tapping said that he thought  when sidewalk was decided on tenders  would be asked for supplying lumber.  He had looked for, some patronage, as  agent for the Kootenay' Lumber Co.,  but received none. He did not object  to a preference being given' local mill,  but asked that he be given a chance.  Council adjourned after the signing  of cheques*.  The event of the week m scci et society circles was the oflicial visit of  Grand .Master Daniel \Vel--h of the  Independent Ordei of Odd Fellows.  Selkirk lodge No. 12 and Revelstoke  lodge Xo. 25 held a joint meeting last  evening to receive iiim, and an interesting and instructive session was  hal. >t  ,  r A-t 11 o'clock about 25 members ol  the order , found themselves in the  Central Hotel whcicn spiead'hitd been  prepared in that   style  for  which   this  hostelrv is noted.    The menu:  o  "     I!,uv Oy-tcrs - .   -<  Puree of Cliickjn a la IVinccfs'1    "  Consomme IVliitiiiiuro  Co'.ery Uil^ix-r iliiyoii.iUe Olives  Kill.-t of'Ualiljitt a l.U'.mlin.il  ���������' Salmon. I'<u-.-le.vYS.iuco  Grou-'.'oi'ric-is-.co Uuiib Oiulct-. J'rc.i'Ud  rfiiyMr CiiroO Il.un, (;ii:onii.i^iio saiico  ���������    Ox TontJiie, Ci.iior Suuce  Siiloin of Hccf, Uro'V' Or.ivj-  , ' g.uldlc of-iluttoii, Jelly fc'ar.ce  SluIIuJ Turkey. C'raiibci'i-y S.uicj  NVild Ducl;v-\pi)!cSaiice  Jhisbcd foliitoes      Green Peas  Asparagus  Green Apple I'io Straw-beny Pic  4  l'-jjj Pudd ing. Heart S.uioc  t.e'iion1 Jelly   JMuran-jes    Port, Wine Jully  Assorced Ciikes ,  Oranges Apple- , Gr.ij es  Xut- Museatels  ,   Stilton Ciiec-e ^'������������������fo, ^,ciil"  After these .good, thintrs had disappeared those present enjoyed another  treat in the way of good songs, bright  speeches and well told stories.  A health was drunk to.that good old  lady, the Queen, ' and Grand Master  Welsh responded for the grand bulge'  /md gland officers. Noble Giand  Moore and Past Grand' Stone spoke lor  Ke'velsl'oke lodge and wete followed hy  Noble Grand Palmer and J'.isL ���������Grai dt  Gordyn for Selkirk. A good song by  Past Giand M.ithie was well received  heie: visiting brothers \veie��������� toast(d  iind goi.d lull's  were  listened   Lo fr< m .'  ���������VE ARE BRETHREN AFTER ALL.'   ^'*^/;:>>*^^  P.'emier   Laurier   on   the   Union  Races in Canada.  Ilii.    ������   -.III    l,L- *��������� L I    <l I   V    j 1 ������.1>^V II11VI **/  ariish ii-eligious ,aninio-il ies;   I   have  owe'ms'' best  lo  establish..-in   era   of  Bros. McLaughlin   and   Doy]  P  ist  FIRST AND SECOND DIVISIONS  Nov,- Occupy the New School Building'  ���������Formal Opening Tuesday Last.  A- announced last week tho   formal  openim.'  of   iii'1   new   scho-i)   liuilcling  took  tliis    wee  diilereut   fl  lace  .1.  cm   Tuesday   .���������ifternoon   of  The    sclioliirs    of     the  '\isiiins   li.ui    tiil:en    much  care in deem iiin_( their vaiiuus rooms,  and cnci \thing was in readiness for  llie oji.'ni'.i:* at 1;.')0 o'cloelc. Some.  time was d"v.iieii to llie examinations  ofseliolns in diilereut subjects and  tlii-, pio\ ed to those who atteti'led tlie  iirU/iiiiemeiil wliicli is being \-\\\.di.'.  After l!i" '������������������'���������;iii!'in;.tioiis the, diiisions  \.eio (l!-nii-,M'(l and the. scholars rc-  iisscinbleil in one body about two,  huiiflie.l, stiong lined up befoie the  infill building preparatory to marching inl'i   .Mi--s   .Mill.ncl'-i   I'ornn   uheie  I heir success. Before dismissing,  Principal Sullivan thanked t'he visitors  on behalf of Llie school fur their attendance and   llie   iutere.-t   taken   in  school work. . ., v      The school now compti.se.s fi\e. moms, I 'j^PPy }'<���������'���������������if,' couple left same,  evening  Gr;ind Lee now- favored   the   banquette rs with one of his comic soiigs wb ch  w.-is hilariously   received.     Aldeiman  Graham lesponded for the cily govern-'  nient." The Kebekah lodges  werepio-  posed   and   in   reply    Giand    Muster  Welsh and   Pas>t;"Grand   Wil.-on  ; ;ive  iiiLeresling talksCn tlii^���������branch ot   the  oiiler    of    which   a    brotlui-V    wife,  mother orsister nia'y   become  ;i member.    Noble oGrand   Palmer was compelled lo sing and   his song was a goi" d  one.    Bros.   Goursier and   WaLterson  responded   foi   sister socielie.s.     Bro.  Lee w;is now>called upon   Tor   another  song, after   which   Bro.   A. 0. Thompson responded   on   behalf of the'press.  Bro. Gillespie, "the  only  Irishman   in  theciowd"' spoke, nnd one of the best0  speeches of t he evening was deliveied  hy   Bro.   J.   Tobin,    in     response    to  "brothers across the line."     "Good  of  the older" was replied to b\ ihe grand'  mastei in an instructive aud entertaining talk,  ledolcnt   with  anccdote'and  'good humour. l "Our Host"  was  most  suitably replied tL) hy J.' Abrahamson.  With    "Auld    Lang    Syne,!'     three  cheers for the   guest'of' the   evening  nnd a ch'orus of good night--, the affair,  most   heaitilly   enjoyed   hy   all,   was  over.  , Edson-McCallum.  This week we are, called on to announce the mirriiige of two more, of  Pievf-lstnke's young people ��������� ban  Ailliur Kdson, the popular clet k of  Hotel Revelstoke, and Annie J. Mc-  Calhim^ el(!e--t dnughtei of J. W.  McCallum. The ceremony was performed by Rev. ������. J. Thoinpson at the  residence of the bride's ]i.'irehts Wednesday evening, a few intimate friends,  of the family being p'resent. .lohn  . is beit man, while  -McCalluin supported her  After the cereiiimiy the pany  siit down to a   splendid   supper,    The  McCallum :ictcd  Martha  sister.  two of which are iu the new  These hitter rooms   are   \erv  building. ' fl".lIie c*>***>*   where   they,  will   spend  comiort-  i their hoiic-vmooo  Sir Wilfrid Lam ieiYs "ajipearance. .at  a number of public meetings in Quell'C is being made tlie occasion of a  series of demonstrations of popu'ar  favor nnd esteem which, while they  were quite anl ic ip.--.tcd were none the  less gralifving. The key note of hi-  addresses has been unity, his all pervading, and it would appear all pi'e-  r vailing, advice being ,to er.idieate  every difference of race and creed and  to stand shoulder to shoulder as fellow  citizens of one grand and common  heritage. Al a lerenf meeting he'  said: ��������� y   ���������  "The  |-asi  is������ pis(.   There  may  be  Frcncli-Oanadians   and  J3ngli-.h-C'ana-  .lians but, .above all, we are Canadians  and Canadians only.   The fights of the  p ist are over:    You have  heie  among  you men ,of all   nationalities.    I   have  known the clays  when  disputes .based  on differences of race and lebgion were  frequent, but I am glad for my part lo  hive  been  able  lo  contribute,   or,  at  least to have Lried to eonli ihulc,   to 'a  new era, T have done my best to banish  differences  of  race;   T   have   tried   to  b  peiicHiind harmony.  This is the gospel  .'I preach here find everywhere, whether  in Llie province of Quebec or Ihe  province of Ontario.    I am   not  the'prime  minister of Quebec;   I   am'^lhe   prime  minister   of Canada allogelhei.    If I  h ive .-i preference it is certainly for my  own race and my own blood and I have  no hesitation in saying so; nor'have   1  any hesitalioii   on   the  other  hand  in  saying thiit 'the  lights   of   the   other  races in Canada are as dear  to  me as  those   of   my   own   people.     1    shall  defend   them   with   us  much   vigor,   I  shall   defend   them . with     as',,  much  enthusiasm its  I   would   the  rights of  my own'poople.   -.Iusl as if  our  rights  were menaced, I-would'appeal   to  oui  English bielhren for juslice for we aie  .brethren after all.    There is a common  sentiment  in   the   hemes   of   men,   a  sentiment 'of'justice,   a  sentiment   of  forbearance to the' weak,   a   sentiment  of iexpect foi- all  creed-.    That is  the  sentiment which pi ('dominates  in   the  ���������liberal   parly,, and   will   predomirate  wheu Canada becomes a  nation,   as  it  wiU become, I have no doubt; or ral betas it'is already,' lor you,have made immense progress in  the opinion  of  the  world.    Three years ago Canada was a  ccmglonietation of scattered .colonies,  but today she exists iii the eyes of  the  civilized world as a distinct and united  nation.    If we are to become stronger  still we must found our nation  on   the  principle   I    have    laid    down���������equal  rights, equal justice for all.    1- do not  desiie that you should sacrifice nny  of  the souvenirs that  you  cherish.   I   am  satisfied   (hal   the    English,    Scotch,���������  IrNh and French should preserve their  history, and   souvenirs,   but   I   d"sire  that we should  live  not only for  the  pist but for the future, unci  if  we' aie  proud  of  the , memory   of   the,  great  deeds of our fatheis let, us act so  that  0 it children may be proud of our  achievements. Jn any ease, gentlemen,  that is the progi amine 1 have traced;  thai is Ihe programme I have followed,  and with your support 1 hope'it will  bo, carried out. I hope more; 1 am  confident   that on   tho 23rd   of ..June,  1 }!}(>, a new day dawned iu the ,history  bf Canada, a new day which marked  the appearance forever of Ihe old dissensions and saw tile new sun arise  that shiii'-s on n-, lodnv." ,    V  hinatow:  ������^iv^'^^>i2^y^<5v^^>^v^^ '<a^'^'^^./v^^^'a^^^^^^.-^^<a^^--'  "Dirl, Disease, Death," could very  approprinL'-ly he pu-icd over (h(. t.n-  I ranee of every hmi-i-.and hovel occupied by Chinese in HeveNtoke.  Oik; is lead to ask how long -will the  people of Revelstoke allow lbe.se dives  to remahi without making an effort to  abolish them.  'Believing the public did'not realize  the bid condition jof (he Chinese dens  on From strcel, i,i(e Wednesday night  'a,reporter, ,.-'ruied with an order from  Chief Bain, hunted, tip ��������� Patrolman  Shaw and Matted on a lour of Chinatown1. Long before the (rip was ended  he was sickened with what ho saw and  never will he be able to .describe all he  witnessed wi(bin one block on Fionl  street.  The first' place  visited   was  (hat of  Lun Chong, and   (aking  it fiom (op to  bollom, il was   the   worst   of   the  lot.  On entering the  policeman   was indignantly     asked '   what     was,   Wanted.  When   they   were   infot'med   that the  party wished to look through the place  a very liable   of    voices   was' raised in  prolesl by ihe IS  Chines.'!; -in the front  room.    Several  rooms  wi-\-^  found   in  the back part  of- the  building,   close,  ill   smelling    and    dirty,     iu     which  seven'il men were crowded.      Upstairs  were found 31 people,   herded togetlx r  in   five' rooms.   \Si\-,'   opium   layouts  were going full bias!,  and many of the  intmifes   being    completely   stupilied  with the drug,   The room's,   with ,one  exception', were small,   about 0x8  feet  in size, with no ventilation, very fill by  and infested with vermin.     Here, were  found   cooks   and   seivanfs   in   white  fnmilie..s Mile by side  with   the   vermin  covered wretches* whose  shacks   wvrf  destroyed a   few   weeks   ago.       In   all  ' proprietor declared that only six men  .a couple of women staye'd ihere. In  the upper story, howevei, werescveinl'  small rooms which had evidently been  occupied by three or four men each,  empty, but in almost every ���������case containing;! ;ui opium'layout, still warm,  with an occasional Chinaman, imnbl'e  to move, indulging in the blissful delight;-, of a dope dream. This place  wa-almost as dirty as: that of Lun  Chong.      *������  Across the street" tl  i.  'main b iilding  ie  of Wah Chunk's place was not so bad  as those just ele.-c.-'ibed, but' t he addition on the eaM, side was the worst'  place viMted,, except, perhaps, the  tear of lh- lestaura-it near the Orient-  Liil bote!. DiiL, vermin, ,opium, and  drugged' '0hine-e wen' Liie Mi iking  char.icteriMics of Wah Chong'.-. establishment, wilh a smell like the combined odois of all I hat is n.-i-'ty arising  from it.  . Lee On's   laundry,   next   Lo  the fire  hall   was   visired, '.but   was   in   much  better     eondiiion     than . the others,  which mighl aNo be-aid of   the   joint"  on Douglas stieet, with   tlie "exception  of a   couple   of   rooms   occupied ' hy  refugees from   the   destroyed   shacks.  -The rear of  the  lestaurant  was in a  most'horrible condition. , In the filthy  rooms were  found   two   Chinese  dead  to the world   wiLh  opium,   one  felkny  washing clothing and  another  prepni-  ing  lunches   to   be   s"iit. to  some dissolute women further down the street.  Here   the Lour ended.    The reporter  w.-is advised by ihe policeman to makp  I lie same trip through the joints of the  uppei town, which, he declared,   were  just   as ^bad   n's   those   of" the   lower  town,    but,   the   newspaper    man   de-  someforty-odd   Chinamen   are  living [ dined,   n*   he   had   witnessed   all'lhe  in t his plac e.  The iii'Nt place visiled was lhal, of  Wing Cheng, Wing had 'evidently  been warned and'the parly was expected, so that 'only 10 people \x^n'  found'in the   whole   1 uilding and   the  horrors! he cared for in,one night.  .This is not ;i nice story to print but  the,.Mail has no',apology to offer for  doing so, believing as it does 'that (ho  facts sliou'd be laid before > (he public  so that measures |li;lv i,v. adopted lo  (lo away with ihe evil! ���������  able and well lighted, one being on  the, upper and the other on the lower  flats! and for these and the adjoining  room a furnace i.s bein-* put in so that  they may lie properly heated. On the  other hand the rooms occupied bv the  two junior divisions, situated in an  other corner, of the yaid, cannot be  well spoken of, being poorly lighted,  heated by xlo\c's which at lhal time  weio smoking,-and iu fact  but cheerful.  6  inything  ������ ei c   i undei ed   in   a  The harvest   home  services   in   the  Methodist   church   hist   Sunday   were!  well  at tended.     The   church   was   ap  |  1 ecurated  Major-General Hut Lou and Lieut.-  Col. Peters wok- in Kevelsloke on  Wednesday. They inspected ihe  armory of the local corps of the. Kootenay Rifles. It is .said that the major-  general speaks favorably of Revelstoke;  as a central point at which.to hoUl  camp di ill for the Kootenay. They  left for the south Thursday morning  and will return^ to inspect the local  company about the end of the. month.  Board of Trade.  The boairl of, trade council n.et  Thursday evening; pic-,cnt, President  IT. A. JJiown, .J. |). Sibhihl, W. M.  Brown, J. JM. Scott, T. L Haig and  C. E. Shaw.    ,   , * "'  Minutes of last regular meeting  read, ami adopted. "  Discussion arose as Lo the 'means of  collecting yoaily suliscriptijus to the  board. > ������  Moved by'J. D. Sibbald, seconded  hy.W. M. Brown, that Mr. Scott Uke  such outstiindinguiccounLs as he considers collectible, and enter suit for  collection of same. ,  Carried.  Meeting adjourned.  W. J. Lee is ba.-l* from ji visit to'  Winnipeg ,uid other points in Manitoba. Jle was accompanied ' on the  return by one of his d.-uighteis.  Mis.,D. \Vekli and niece, of New  Westminister, visited Mis. J. Palmer  and' other friends here- this week,  leaving for home Thursday night.  XV. Pellc-'v llaivcy expects to be in  Revelstoke about October 20lh -.nd  will make.a Lour of the district. Anyone wishing to meet him here, should  communicate with h:in immediatcly'at  Vancouver,1'  ���������  Rev. J.' P. Wostniau, Methodist  minisLc'r of Coldcn, will exchange  pulpits with Rev. -S. .J. Thompson of  this place ou iS'inday.     Mr.    Woslniin  No Blue Rnin. ���������  -  WiLh everyone, predicting that the  mines and smelters , of the Boundry  cieek dMiict, will be producing and  treating a thousand Ions of ore a day  within six .months: with Ros.-land's  mines pi oducing iilmc)st, th.it tonnage  now; with the mines of Movie getting  in shape, to ship hundreds of tons a  month to smelters ,-u .Celson and Trail;  with a railway building to the great  1-,'orth Star and olhei galeiiii mines in  Easl Kootenay: with the mines at  Ainsworth woi king gmid forcer; with  the. gold belt nt Nelson a hive of industry: wilh mining and milling find,  sm.-lt.ing in every camp and hamlet  and town in Kootenay and Vale, is it  at all likely that ruin is stating any  one in the face except those who will  not work? The only people in all this'  land who are unwilling to except conditions as they - exist, are a few mine  managers aud mine owners who, have  theii tie.idquartei- at Xelsbn and in  Slocan. Tlies-. men would have the  country l*o smash rather Ulan accept  things ,-is I hey aie. -The woild will  not come to a standstill, even though  there may be some foolish men who  iniigineit -lu.old because things do  not come as they willed (hem to come.  ���������Nelson   Tribune.  i   pu lictilai Iy   blight  Victory  sei ei ������������������,! ehoi uses  \erv eii'dilable m,.iiucr, both the older i ptopi lately decorated   with    the   pio-  aiai \otiug' i M'li.ilafs ji.iuiug  in.     The | ducts   of   garden,   field,   orchard    and  Mi-s  ippK'Cl.llCM  lb  Jean Suther-  R. T.I-J-  gnthet ing for a  of the increase  in the .'h"ol v.hicli but a few years  ago l.i iii.1! ii very ..Mtiuill altendHiice; ho  itlyy   'congi'ululal.'.'il' the -teac-hers ��������� ou  iceii Hi".i oi  nttli  Jatiii w.'.s much  pillg   ,ld'lil'--eil     tin  .������1 i 111: ii'ii  iimoniiieri    to  v S400.  i I sp ike  forest.       The    ofleiin-;  ������������������?liG0, since auguienied to near  The clioii iietpiilted itsfilt witl) untiaual  credit, rendeiing three.dilKcuIt anthems  with great   pltv.suie   to   the   audience;  Mr.. Taylor,   of   V-anconycr,    iis.:is'ted'  with tlie yiuliti.  CKK> <><K>--OH>a-0<H><><K>-OK>0<K)-(>0- OO-a^  "Woid was received today by the locid union of machinists from the execu-  ti\e committee of the T. A. of M. at Winnipeg stating that a satisfactory  settlement liarl been arriied at and ordeiing the men, to return to work at  noon. Yesterday it was rumured that all ihe blacksmiths and their helpers,  the boiler makers, and brass workers had joined the strikers, and if ti tie this  may have had some influence towards firming at the early settlement. The  membeisof the. I. A. of M. aie to be congratulated on their succes* in bringing  the. matter to a close and. securing tlioir rights --villi, so lit lie trouble and- iu  such a short time,' ���������        y .-, -,���������'������������������  is spoken of .-is  young preacher. '  A meeting of ,-ill   inleiesied   in   the  oiganization   of   a   huiiting   p.iitr   for!  Thanksgiving     Bay      will      be       held '  at   the   Union     Hotel   at    8    o'clock ,  Tuesday evening  when   sides   wili' he  chosen.  S. Necuham .1 r.  lias   pin eba^cJ   the  skaling link ami will iun it   the   coin- ,  ing   winter   in   pai tuei ship   witn    W. .  Sawyer.     They   intend   stalling   iu   a  few davs to put the building   in   older  so as Lo bo ready for the fust, frost. ;  The. metiibeis of Ilcvelstiike City '���������  Biind h ive deeide-1 to hold a concert 1  in Tapping's hall on Fiiday evening, I  the. "J7th inst. A gor.d mixed' pro- |  gramme will be pio\idcd- Keej- this  dale open and you will be *-.uvn of a  pleasant cntei laimueiit. ,  A.MeR.ieand A. McDonald  ed from a week's .shooting at  lake Monday  when;  Civil Service  Exams.  Civil service entrance examtn ition's  w ill be held nl C'liiit lottetown, St.John,  Halifax. Quebec, .Montreal, Ottawa,  King-ton, If-unilum, Toronto, London,  \\ iunipeg, Victoria anil Vancouver,  commencing- on Tuesday, November  1 lib. al :,'a.m. Session- will also he  held at Ihe -.ime limit at I't. Arthur,  S.iult. St.'.M.iii... Re-in.-i and Calgnrv,  providing thai I be nmnber of persons  applying for examination al these ceil-  (r..-i--nfik-ient lo justify (he holding  of Ihe -.ma.. Porms of .-ipplic-uion  may be obtained from M(-. Win. Foran,  Ihe sceielary .a Ottawa, ami inu-t, be  letuin.'il to hi-addivs.-, not later than  the 1.1th of Oclohei.  Another Canadian Novel.  fi illicit    P.-.ik-  ������cf    P-.tker,    the   popular   C.-mr  "��������� j'iidian author, is about Lo publish ;i new'  ^ novel   in   which   ihe  scene   i-   laid in  return   j Canada.  Ii deals with modern Fiench-  Nicola ,' Canadian life aud the  author dedans  iy   where   they   went   after ] will differ  from  anything  he has pre-  helping the, Revelstoke (Am Club wipe ' viously published.  up the e.-uLh .viLh competing teams   in j ���������������-������_______  the, Lournameiit at Vei iion. They say : J. Bourne, of Nakusp, spent a few  tlie.y had a splendid shoot,1 securing ; days in town this week* awaitim- the  tli rco liu nd red duck'i uutl four geese,     f arrival of his famllv ftouj En'"land,  mmiMUMBBgam  immmmsismmmmwmMmsmssmKmsmmtm the Kootenay mail.
.<r. /. *.�� SlPmii i Martin, could meet   and   recognize   in
)'UlJ!a^Ill-:!�� r.VKKY SATl'ltHA Y
���AT -
��� is\ ���
ii. it. i'.\Mi'!'.i--i.i-.
l'l-ULi-in-a and l'i:orn;i:i'oi:.
Subscription ' Prlc*    S2.00   Per    Annum
,?;-��� siiocn.v in   ii>"..iM'i.  -'J-.
~(i\*T': iCT   \l-VKltTI.-=KMKN'l'f-iiiseru-(l.it
~    tl e wie of'Vl..Vi l.cr �� olumi. inch ].er Tiioiilli.
KurJjwcc'of-.ixr.-oluiiin inches or over -.1
nor inch per month.
n-WsJEVT   AHVI-UTISKMIC-TS 10c.   per
liiuMirYt in-ertion, .V. per line each .-i 1'-'-
hm"1 in-"..lea-     T1..1   �������������!��?�� J'^
reckoner-by -pace occupied, U line- to un
'inch. ���
liFMHXG NOTK'KS lilt-, per 1��'�� /������'f;1; j"*
"Vnion. unlu-,- contracted for b> Hie 10(1
JOB l'/MN'TINI! of every kind ai mo-t reasonable rale.- and Clioi-Wsl notice.
\C''Ol'\*Ts-'for .i"'��  piiiilins*  or  iiiJvorrUilig
'     buyable un llie 1ir-L ol every month.
roill-KSI'OXDKSC'K on fill iniit'urs of local
oi,a lie ii U'i-e-1 united and c.uof.illy considered. AM coiiiliiimic.ilions in lhe Jvl.i.ir
mwi lt-accou.p.ii.ied hy the 11.11110 ol e
'vdler. not ,,e,Tss..rily lor piibliwiuuii, hut
a1-1111 eviilenee of jfuod fa'Ui.
.Address       ' ,
Tiiu Kooti-nay Mail.    u
Uevel-tolvc, 1J.(;.
'hkvklktokk, orr. n
������ rial form building is a risky
bii'-iness. An eastern politician ' once
said: '-Our paily when in opposition
in a moment of weakness promulgated
a platform, -oui we were'thirteen years
in living Jt, down." Mark Twain in
his history of Tom Sawyer tells of his
hero's experience in an effort to "get
thinge down in vritin' " Tom's fate,
which was a most awful licking, ought
ti> be a lesson to ambitious politicians
who, like him, want "things down in
writing'." ��� We do not wish to comment-lot) harshly upuii tins platform
but cannot lieip thinking that there
must be someihing in the atmosphere
of New "Westminster owhich breads
polliiciJ irresponsibility."
Oi'it news columns today contain
anothei' chapter on the' Chinese dives
of JJe-.Hstokp. 'Jf after investigation
t''i'se places arc found to be half so
l..,id as claimed by tlie reporter the.
city council should at once enact
legislation necessary to enable tlie
]i   oliiceis   and   police   to abate
.   J    i.'Mlt
l'.-'-sc liiu^iijfPJ. This may be clone by
me,,n-of a lof?i,'iii-* i.'jyse'by-law ��im-
il.i'r to-lhat, recently .."dopletl in V;;n-
uaiver, v.hich 'allows of frequent in-
sjieetioii, and if such  place:? are not in
,1   siniLarv   ci'nicliiion,   or <up   ovpi'-
ciowiied, they may be either closed or
deViioyeil, and l):e owners, lesces or
ojcupants lie.nily fined. These dives
aie. a mencp Lo the moral and physical
welfare of the city, and with the
necessary legislation, eufuiced by the
cllieienl. health nnd police oiliceift wo
now li.ae. they could and no doubt
would be abol'Yslicd.
Tin: Reu'lslol-e Trade it Ivabor
Assemb!' is 'n-w working along correct lines.     Mv 'initing   all   the union
Wi:   may,   peilmps,   be    piejudici
'  but we can see nollr'ni" in   the   conseir
vative platfoi m as   nd"pted   al    We-i
minster    last,    wi'ek    to     ju-nfy     t he
en'tiance. of that, p.u'.v into   piovincial
politics.       Jts      pioiioiincenH-uts      011
matlers  provincial    me 'not    l>_\    any
means 1 new    to    piogtesM-e     lirittsh
Columbians, and   an:   such   that    they
cannot  ho. called cojiscrva! ive pnii'cj ty
in any'sense.     ]te\ision of.voteis lists,
inspection of hoisting plants aud   such
like bonds ate all well known to   local
people and-even the: m.ij.u- pl.inUs   like
'   government    ownership    of ,i.iiiways,
revision of educa'tional'sv stem, and aid
��� to ii'-riculture,, have long bad attention
in' this rprii\ ince.     It   is   ri.iiistaclory.
'  liowever,   lo ..see   that,   the   eight-hour
law is endoi.sedybut most j.eonle would j ||](,n ;,f  ]-,.xoiatoko   in ' oiie   body, and
have liked a   moie   pronounced   policy j SPL.m ;���������   die   ailiiiation. of   workmen
to wai ds Chinese e.\clusi,,:i and a better j       j   m(.c],,.inic.s  ,,f    pr���gres-.iv 6   ideas,
suggestion than the   dmiK-s'.ic   sel-.aul |  u|       (jry ui!y..iliiii)      can        soon       be
proposal    for    copini-   with    the   competition already raised by _ oui .Asiatic
' aliens.
The'whole   platfoi in   is   a*-<r>o!ilical
chestnut find without   liu;   buns   thill
prick public  attention.     Il   i<   of   the
���"fain  vvmili]    I   .climb   but   fe.11    I    to
fall''soil, and in (le.ilii><* with   ra��dic.il
.subjects touches nothing  but   vili.it   is
��*ilrea(]y.-politically familial  in a sin ink
ing manlier tliat   .suggesls   str.iiigf.nes.s '<
to the irole of   radicalism.     Kiom   the'
point of view of practical   politic-,   il.e
decision of   the coin cut inn   (by   itself)
is   of   little  moment.     It   i-   leceiveili
with ridicule bv  the. chief ioii-.er\alive j     .\. t
ager, and that we accept the kind offer
of H. P. Pettipiece to circulate a guarantee of SI 15 for the lecture in aid of
the assembly and in the interests of
unionism. The price of admission to
be fixed at, gents 50 cents, ladies 25
Resolved that the recording secretary forward the application of this
assembly, (along with the fee for a
charter of affiliation to tlie American
Federation of Labor, and that this
��� assembly further affiliate with the
Trades and Labor Congress of Canada,
and that an application for affiliation
be applied for by the assembly.
Resolved that the following rule be
added to the by-laws of this assembly:
That four advisory committers, viz.���
ip-jnicipal, legislative, educational,
press <'ifid union labpl, poi^is-ting of
three members each, shall be constituted, leiiob committee to elect its own
ehairman and secretary. The president and secretary to oe Px-omcio
members of all committees.
At the special meeting held on Monday evening it was decided that'this
assembly apply to the Trades and
Labor Congress of Canada for the
necessary forum, terms and constitution, to guide in local affiliation and
upon receipt of pa nip, < this assembly
take the initiative move in forming a
local Trades and Lubor   Council   hcrp.
A unanimous vote of thanks -yas
tendered by the assembly to R.oP,
Peltipi.'-^'1. for his successful eftoit iu
seeui'ii-g the guarantee of ��115 to Mr.
Eugene V. i>ebo.'
The following members wefft pjppfj-d
oil tlifi various committees: Muni
cipal, R. Tipping, C, W, Mitchell and
F. , Whiilley- legislature, T. J", Graham, F. Craig, and li. W. Edwards;
press and union label, C. W. Mitchell,
E�� l-ieiird and F. Craig.'
E. V. Debs ofter wi.s i*cpp'-j|pd.
TJie date of his lecture >vill be ' an
licunccd Intel'.
formed    which   will   havo   a   large in-
(hieuce on the.  afiaiis0of    the city and
.distiict.  ,    There    i.s    nothing ' lo    be
fea.cd  , from   such   ail organization of
the    woil'ingmen      .of       Revolstoke.
.Much m.iy be glined   instead  if those
\      1 1
high in it-,   ccnmeils   exercise care and
judgment in shaping  its cour.se for the
r\i tun'.
Talks .About Ferguson and Trout. Lake
Forester's Debate.
"Whether married life is prefi ruble
tu single" proved a very interesting
anil lively disoussion at the last-meeting of the I.0-F. G. D,'Rio-vn foi the
anii mat ive. pioved toil much for his
opponent,A.b\ Lauder, by two points.
J La dner acted the part of jud^e, fulfill ing
the duties impartially G.T.Malleryand
A.F.StevoiiB \\'eiv (juileeiithusiasticl'or
allirinative, while Neil J\fcGill, Ohas.
Austin, Ab'X IJrown, ,'tild qilUn ���* fe-y
bachelors helped Mr. Lauder out, but
failed to establish a case.���Kamloops
Sentinel. '     L
other as so many peas, eacfi collie comes
in some subtle way to know which of
them are under his especial c.'ue. By a
system of running, sceniinir, pusliinj;.
crowding and elbowing lie finally uets his
own Hock sorted out and starts them for
their particular pact me. Here he watches tliem through the long day, not allowing one to stray, nnd at exactly the same
hour' each night mai-blialu them back to
the corral.
"'The only point'in which they lack
judgment,' explained my fiiend, "is that
they do not seem lo know when their
flock should he taken to new pastures.
After grazing over ."i00 or <i0() neies for a
few months the grass is exhausted,''."ind
the sheep need to lie conducted to fresh
meadows. That pa it of ihe woi k falls
to me, n'id is practically all that, I do.
I select a now grazing ground and con-
duet the shepheid and his Hock there for
the first time. After that he understands.
1 keep practically no he'll hesides tlie
(logs and wilh all my 10,000 sheep cannot complain of being overworked.' "���
Omaha lice.
^        Kootenay Lodge
*  No. 15A.F. &A.M.
*   *   The rcpuliir meeting
are held in the Mas-
^=.Hall,   un   the   third
*==?Monday, in   each
month   at   S   I'.   111.
Vihiting   brethren
cor'Unlly welcomed.
G, S, FLIXIJT, Si:cm:'rAitv.
REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. 0. F.', No. 23.
giAsn HcBiiliii' meeting.- are held
^JfJjSiffe&i! in Oddfellows' Hall every
iCSSsHgfTrak'piiursilayjiight at eight
*rJz^SXSCtft:*i< lml""ay 'UKiii ai, eigni
SS^TJft^SfKiXaJnt-locl*. VibUing hrother.s
���"it--*fc^*i^C-.<p^ ooi'ilially welcoined.
5E-I.SIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.
"Meets every Tuesday
evening in Oddfellows'
���^T   W>.�����?^ ^VrsiLinft'livtlirenuir-
���    -^^      -ydially  hn-it'cd   to Sit-
tend.      "        "  ,'
'./. MATH IK, Sec.
I The ],-irq;e.si supplv of music'il ooods in Revelstoke,0 \
i|l�� such as Violins,   Banjos,   Guitars,   Mandolins,   Mando- ,y
fel- linettes, Autoharps, Flutes etc.,  also  every  variety of 'l��*
R strinci's for above, at
Kevelslol-e Station,  J). C.
A neat, tasteful calendar
is about the best possible
advertisement, , and is
��ood for a whole year.
\ Take a look through our
1 ���' samples���'none prettier
are on the market���and
place your order early.,
'ilu-,   a   priiiiiineni   attorney
nf Victoria, and I'V llie piiinipal ,' .mil   iiiiiiiia-   man   of   West   Superior,
1- ,1    ,      -p.,., ,-,     v,., ,,.,, W'i-coi^in. whoa few   w.eeUs.Miro look
supporter nt that   view 11:    V.inc.iiivei ,           t>
1 '   ,          ....        ...                     1 a I'onil tui   the   llorne   Lcail,   returned
U.sniierenltallv  de.cn.e.'i   a.yoco.ul ,(sl , 1,t.l>ntly ;md   [ht,'   NV;,sl  a.rperioi
hanrl.     Liberal  papc 1 -   too, ei   oiiim', . Tde--r.iin   innt.un-   a   lorif-  inter view
make'lij-ht ol" it. and join nalislieallv il ' wiih liiin.    lie-ei-.n--   lo   have  a   wry
has   few   i'i ien'is.     'j'his ris.    however, -inod    idea   nf    conililiuur.     in     \\'est
1    .         ;    1   ..    (��� , ���i 1:,,   ,-,.,,i,,,,,     ,,'.,, 1, iv nnlci.-i v, ,u:d  his Mili.-ervatioii.-i are in
out an iii'lex nt  pulilic   lei-i 11:Ll,    vv ,01.11
,     1 the   in,tin   ci'i'icct.       After   E-tviiii,'   a
Iris no use   tor   p.ulviMii:   anil   ilr-nilr -
���                       '   .    ���                            ' ch -ti-ii)l ion ot  the  I.aicleau, particul.ir-
the   reiteiaiion   ot" ��� 1 unnin-r   the   neM ].-.,f 1'ei-gUM.n and the neai hy tli.-Li ict
elpctimi 011 p.n tv lines noiliii'j*  ot   the 1^,^, v../'
kind is, as   far   as   c..n   now    l,e   seen. ���'Oi\ i:u Hi the illili. ulties in way   of
likely    to   lianpe:1.     li   i-'io's   t>v>   in tran-n:.- ration, i .ipil.tl 'h>i-   ln-en   ?low
make .1 fii-ht .'mil   rndepei.dent    MirlMi I " t mie' int.) t his  di-t 1 id,, l.e.si'de>   the
,.,,,.'                     ,,            ..          ,      Y Y 1 ich ami nn>.->'  Ki''s-ilile miio's   of   tli -
C'jlunlbi.ins.   ie-..U(.;ess   o!    jiiiiy   liu! ,
-Canadian Troops for the Transvaal.
1 ______
Dr.   Borden,   minister    of    njiliti.i,
when  asked   his  views  rej-arilni-j;  the
proposal   to  send   Canadian   troops  to
'the   Transvaal,     said: ".1   believe,
-vitli Sir Wilfred L; uriir, that all ai-
tion iu thi*! direction would'lie premature, and before anything can be done
it. will be necessary to summon pailhir
nieiit and ask its advice. There i.s 110-
thintr to prevent any'man or any body
of men fiom P*oin-j; to the Transvaal
a-ul   fii-hLin-^   in   the   ISnglMi    anny.''
0r|.*joi:*i :    -\roi.soN\s   Hank*   I'i.uck,   Jti.vii.-
-iTOiii'i, ti- e.
,   JToncy to loan.
'   OitlL-cs-: Kcvul.sUiUo. I!. C: Fort Stcolo, H. C'.
(tK(1. S. MeC'ASITHU. ���'��� A. H.UIVKY.
ItcvcUokc. II. C. l''orl Slcolu, H. C.
OIHco: Taylor Hlook. JMnckcnziu Avenue.
���y   VICTORIA,   B, 6,
tS/f\$ 'vi-:  un'oi-'i1 iMitKCi-',, . , '
Japanese Mattings
l   ll   sl.,1.1.1
ci' .
VV  .1 '.)   Hit      I (ll.sll.l '���'���\S
' i ve
anxious    ior    il.e    general    no ' I    vv.i.
everywhere, put up nicn of
inji and   1 Csa! "i-.
otliei     i eipiisYii s    but     p. '.���.. iji'i's
i 111 f ��� _r t it v    and    abilitv.     >..^hi',r
disasti 1, is if,v i'e.l I _s  oi"    'oisei
friends in    im'.iatin*;   p 11 t;.    lint s
we mi1 j;la'i t'i ' onus 0/ 11 ���    ���, .so
Jl)  -.lie-in.    ' ()t'ii-!l   ..ll.l    ' ���' ��� Cl)    i   i'i
heard the coin; l.'.i'it or ei-t'i  1 i"is
iii'mi   and   oil.i'i -,   t h
ii.li .-It , pari visin     1 a
Coluinbi 1 does n it
I.m-v     h . ve    I  m,
.-ll 1        ,J: 1   ,   I
(.��� 1 c| ������.;    1'.
Tm.   \"n ���"! i 1   (.YY"'i -,     ���:       <    . '
Con!.lined   till'    i' >'' ���') ; 1 .'        ,    t!'''    , .a
st/i v ,ii i ,e pi ii :', , 'll .
������We c. iri il (.1: L'r it ui i,i   i'' ��� _   :,  '. '
nn n '.v ho t'i .oi,',i 1 he p' ���'��� !'i ��� .1.   : <\    '
enlisi-; \ at ,\ 'x -. i-i !. 1 .1  n 1..      - ",        !  1
K's-ib of theii 1 .Im- .      ! 1 ,.<.!. !���   ���   ���
at temp'   Im,!'   I lie _'    .\i, I   ,'i   mi    ...   1   ���
lh" i'i ei i f M 1   .m.s< :vji M 11' in 1 1 \  1"
Ci" ] v e i In \ 1 1 <'. .���' v. : i 11 I 111' 1 > 1 1H i'i
is t in- .ippnil.l 111"!. 1 "1 a ' ".! 'li'1 ; 1 '' ''
sclei.! 1 leader. W!,--ll,. 1 , v '.e,i i : '
lead'-i has i.e-ii c! nsen, I he .'1 l.'i r. 1 ,'
C'ovci nor v. I 1 be no; il'iei
him ,',s pi eniier i 11 < -i 1 11 1
we ai e not int. a .ii'-d
"TOUlis        ! ������_���.���: i.e.' i I."        s   ,.,1,'    ���
cjtiesi ii n and    toe    '-.' i' er'-ia" 1.;    ..Vi.iii
ship    of    rail W ,i_V ���-.    I ( ( >e.',i /' s     ,,.1   _ ; j,
ai;ina i\     ant.i-.'iiiii-.ni    iiiv.reii   eipr.i
and 1 ibni , nd pi"p ��s to i1'.''''^ ��� :!������
doc tors ni.fl 1 iu ;. 1 1 -.     ll is .1   p''.' i . in
tij 1.11 u hii !i ili1 -e '�� "��� -'i '''".i  - 1: ' -
-Mi.   ( '.il lei  '.'. ! fun     -i'.d     A!'-    ���'   ���   .<i>
Ivis-'i, -ni. Xil-on and   .Slo'-.ni  di.-lint^
Iviiiu-i ii'iv nn!"- h' low 1 ."it* to It 'oiili's
1 el !,,i v i:iir i; aii-p. : tat loo facilti. >   by
; i.l.i'al Ini'i at hand h 1 ve .-o far ta'.eii-
l i.e  1! i ei.' ,,'e ni   inv I'-tni-.    ,Ij',i!    I here
Is   |(!> i:<_'(   i.i    (1)1- ( olii'.ltln!!   ,it   inn..'.
'-v 1 I!-. J  w is  1 h   ,.���   j -,\ ii   1 nil-nail-.   *ne
1  01 eii t'l-I'i'-iii; an,! K. iV -S,. a iir.incli
nl li.t'   (1 'e.a   Xaltie.  .,   hid   (orp-   1 1"
s|,-    vi,- ,\ n: n]i,<i no .:i"  irr iii:id. and
I he i   iij.ili-i.i 1' 1. ,!ii   vv.i- .it  work   Jim-
' -'    , .
.a ; 1 ..^r it s 11 ;,e a ia", it   i-  01 id ei -111110
Ilii'    I .'. I   s, ���   ; I -,., (i .     njli      l)l>|||      ICllil      Kl'l-
���.'!-(   ,     . i' ..' s :n. iv   I   0 iii-M  vear.   .Mlii-
,1,4     1   I        ' ��� i-    -    .ll'(l  < ! 'Ol  s > ,.li     he    1  l|(-
.,,..-���, 1 : .1 1 ��� ,:i j ii -oui .1! low j 1 ices,
i'. ��� 1 ill ' . t - .1-1 ' i I lined, it appi .0 s
1 il '-ii able di-{ I 11 I {oi
1 1 11! V Im hi,all r,i pita I.
1 , ! li 1 1 ,1 v "I J pli'.IS-
1 11  1, 1    -       .;   ,111 l    lost 1 in 11 Ve   1 1 I p.
i    ,,,1 ;       ,       .  ,       1. 1   .   >!,    t! 1-   llilnl 11..1-
I ,  ,'i  t lie  ! .'.-ii ,1,   1 ,  a.iv ni|e Mitel e-f ���
.! 1:. h 1  ^,   ..-    ,p   nni.ii.e;   )>i < i-p.'( I -s   in
t    I  ���    IV        .    , l!','   1 \ , 111  I   1     IH'tr I" I'- e
���   .    Ill-'       '    i.i    ���-. 1 .' t    ii:fi I lu.iru n    I
1! 1 1 ! ���     , 1   ,���!���   !  ..ii   1 . : ..in 1! obsi-r v ,1-
,    I   '1 0'  i.i ('"i  ;.'| "..I  .1 i,d ,',i-l .ii^r   nlili-
.;,.|      ,- I" iii-ii. II. .V   ('our-.11 1 .of  11 nv -
.!   1    Ye,   I,;.-   ,n!il   ( nii,iiiis-.iiiiier   nl'lll'-
,!     III. I.VV.     ll      i'nnl.of    I'Y'I Lfll-oll.    Ill"
..';���)     ii   il"   ".Nell 10   I.. '.111 ni. ne!
' i      ! ' : v id   '!���'' 1 .rtisiiii.nud   p"i ha ;������* I
.,   1., ol i .),',!  1 u llienl inn    t li"    ,M eXI-
The daisy droops upon its st.-tn,
A kIo'.v   is 1.11  tlie t,r.i=^,
I cannot toucli b?r hcalinjr hcra,'
And ;cl   I feci  liei   na^s.
Still, like a summer wind tliat Etroarnf.
0,'cr ihe fields unmpvvn,       '  '' ,
Sow.r.j li.e folden dust of dreamr,
alie passes and is gone.
"nth stately joy each herb receivrt
"(0 nnner.ee wliich is iicif,
"liie poplar shakes a tliousand leaves,    >
The (valor lily stirs.
Tiie.bcndlnsr wlllmv  v\hi-pcrj low.
Till   ��ave  and   whisper  inert;
The \ -rj   ri  >'r -per - to [low
i:i ��ui x li^ncalh her feet.
.K'.itl ;c!, ai.J let,  1 am *-n Mind,
I  .irly  fie.   km   ,v eiur-.
Ar.d 01.  .   vv.i   " ."iy In. .itdi d miii'J
The iranq-uil heart of ineivri,
r,        ���London Spectator.
Koyal School of Mines. Loudon.
rfcvun .vuiirs.it Moi-fn Works. SwniKcn.
-si'VPll'Pcn years Chief Chemist, to "iVig.ui
Co.il .md Iron Co.. Knij.  ''���
h,ite Chemist aiid As-ayor, ILill -jpnes. Ltd.
Kvpry doseriiition of as-ay and 'aiialypcii)
work undertaken.
Ol.iinis examined and reported upon.
oiiiiiiioii and Prbvineial
Land Surveyors,
���   Oriental Art Squares    ���-
in l.ii'Hc iin.inliliis and nou-esl, ilosi^riis. li is .surprising
the rich cU'eiN'tlmL 0.111 ho pnidueeil with Iheso froods for
yerj Ii{lio inonej;
Samples of-Mailings, Etc., Free on Application
339 Hastings Street, Vancouver, B. C,
1   Brni-ich Store i'Notson, D.C, 3
fiiiri ci firs of Mines, Mmer.il Claims and Crown
I > ti
Thp "-fork Dune by Collies on n. Cnll-
foriiln   Ilniu-h.
���Xoflii.-iR in my whole vvi'.sfcrri trip in-  ] Gold,     Sllyer,    Lead,    aiid
��� li"-    I !    '
v '-1 >,,<. ,r ...
��� vi . ii..- v< !.
Iii"��i��.il iik' mo:-",' said a (listin^nislii'il
tiavclfr ihc other 'lay. "rli-in the vvnrk 1
s.'i w (]..nc on ri ]:ii-jrf> sliecji i.'inch in C'ali-
:' >i iinia l.y hal* a jhwn or nuiic cullies,
.vcc-o'duij.' to my lio-I. ������:idi one of Ihci'i
���.a-,��l 'iin. a ^ooil .'?7."i ivr nniifli In
\v..tr.'-;, ,!mI l.'a ivnit far lictfr (linn' aiiy
I'Vii ni'-ri conl'l do it, while his lioiiid
v.-'j':!'l iK.t urn ���n.T 'a i' mil cf whnt it
wmiiI.J 1 cist to l..(>|( n 111.; 11 The r.-incli
'v!n<h 1 vimY'i'i! cvtcnilcl ovei tlcm^amls
nf .i��.('s, '.v)i;i" niy fiii-nd mi I'.si 1! in his-
(ri'ial  cadi  inu-M  1:0   fewer  rli.-.n "I'MHi'i
Copper  Ores
l-\ fi. .��.. Klc.
Assnj 0[lint'aili|d  jretallin-Kii'.il U*or!-.s,
.s.niililhi^ Work-i. T!7-"l!) Pendei' .Street,
lii.ji.iriil  lo   pari hiiM"   llie   iilmve    el.i-sci,
nl   mi's  fin-  11.     fnllnvviiiK   Kiifflish  houses-
H-hniii he i,'-.   esenl-.. vi/.'
\'ivn,ii .V:  v , j. Svinl-r.i.  Killdlls Milul Co,
MeLennaii,' MoFeely. & .Company, Limited,
IHB TQfrl E   MADrWJADffM ,'L,i,u' ���""���'"^W"**.-
atKl   Tiling1       MAJMSTlU   o'l'I'-ML   IJAN(;I3S   for   I Intel, 1mid    K.unily   Use
��� Miners?: and Mill Supplies.
Vancouver, ,.,,       _  ���     r ,     f British Columbia,
'    IJr.'iiH-lies ;i|  U.ivvsnn fit y, AI Ijn ;i ml llennel (.
.id.,  ll-.rryiioit.   S-'ijiiIIi   Walcii.  Si|iclter<,
.t,'i;,i  I--, liL-'lverl/tci"'!, .Miniilfactiirors.
i.Ii.-c;,      Jh.. (.itiKl ^  -tiiij.ly  .1 l.,/c 1:1      CliQttUir.z    amoltor    pulp"   a    flicoialty
I'ln.iiic ���- in 1 fiu nd f'rl hy .' �������I j .. '11;*.1  In u-'-. _              __ 	
-.v n TI       Int.1   llns   ||ii>   s.hiiji   .in.  ��J. 1 v ��� ��� 11   at
(IJiid- iM.icl'Y-irlune \- Co.)
We nrc .^r.iiiiil'.ulnriM'-s .-mil dircd/ I inpnrli'i-s, and cirrvn l.iro'e sloc-k of
n.-ilniK.-es, Ii'iirn.ifcs l''ii e Cl|,iy lcoikI--, .Scieiitilic nnd Prncl ic.il Hooks C'liisswiir-',
I'lnliniini u;(iods.Avii|s./Jhi'niic'.ils;iii(l nil ot licrAs-s.-iycr's nnd Miiirr'is i-eiiiiiri.'inciits
Woli' Ayi'iils lor iMoijjiin Oriit-ilili- Cmii-)<*iiit, "lliitUTScii. l-Jcfkcr Sons' I5.il-
iince.-, elc, " ' ,    '  ' - '
(.'iil.-il(i0riie and full |i.u liriil.-ii'.-i M-iil nn .-ipplic'i-ilion.
in   .1   11
, .     ,' P  , ',    .IS
'1  lie      |ll  I' fn' III
lii^'lif   to   j'i'it.-it   (11 t-i 11   fi'.ri   tin-   v.iil w-s
ivlitdi  ,in   <'.-ilifoiiii.'i   \voi:|.|   n.i! i-   i-li.ii-t
iv. 1 k <<( Mm!.- Icfr, ..nt  in llu   i.j,. n  plain   ,
0.1 iii'.i.i un |y h'i'i-i"!
"Arini'ii! .11 -!.'��� laiich,j')-' :'t ni^hrf.-ill
I hul  the o[i-rii (unity of tfcm; t.'ic 'lou'i
cil.il'Kt  tin ir '.irinn,-  ll'iiks  into  the  fuhl
nnd    c.v |iicsui.(|   iricit    s'i,-|ii-,-e   a!    (heir  ,
v. omlcr fi-'   r level in'ss   ninl   sjc.li,
"'dii,  hut  tlr--  Is the least   [.:l't  of  il,'
^ni'l  !-y li 1 f    "Vo-i <l|..n!il -w- ri.e i.-ilel!i-
fyut   (""air e?  1.-/1 alio ;l   l!ni.'   inn- nine's  '
woi k. fn 'hat tie.v icaily s!;,,w  inn, c than  j
( )[i||i.   ile  I lie iSt.llinil,
"Xavv C"iit" is the best I
fiiA'ifco . 1I1.1L cm   \)<:   hoti'rlu,
Largest and Best
l^mpped  llolcl on I lie Const
Kvciytliing new and  up--
Popular Prices. Free Bus.
BRITISH COLUMBIA    Stephen Jones, Prop.
'^Jl- un
'till.."ps,      ,1    I Vlie    pel llil.il      l.i  ,        ,,, . Jt ,. , .  . .,   i
' ���'    . .    ,, !  "intiifiry liniirrii I'.s.^ht.   It vvonl.l Ik. well  I
i.iieiii ��� .11 .1- llie kindly *,'-n ri       ���-0i .;,   y,���u    ���������.,ir)..   urtp    f,���-   ���i)fp   tn;
.1   I I"   '"������   l"l.',\i.'l   look     tile    (',|-| IV*! I ds   tliclll.' i   l��    - U
lill^lv   fit   e.'irlv   (l.in-,1   the   rifft   |   -w^A
r> rents
48 $10 EACH.
I li
.   V,
'. 11 onl
!   ni'i'niiis  J   nrose,  atul  a-   1     ' �� I  >:n/.U\x ;  ������_ _ ^.. __,��^��.
���ni'lll n-I ."(  (he I. -aillii of  > ,��� ��krj,.,r      Cif| A 17V*Wf��T5^?
'     .,.]  H'c illimifal.lc cv-oan-f   of I'"  ,.!:,i.m     <-2^-*& V -^l"d OTXjliL^
W.  E.  FORAN, Propriotor.
S'uvv nnd Minium mid .Strictly I'Mr-l, ("'Ins-���Good S.ninile liooniK���
I (at en ":���! nnd .Sl'.jO iicr Uiiy,
Corner Hastings and Cambie Streets, Vancouver, B.C.
1". ' ! ��� *-; : I I..!l))i' Assembly. ^    ,,,, I|ip ,���������,.,,,,,,��� f,,|,.l,,.f ���r ,-,. ,  .
,'   ".iy  a'lei.lion   u'.im (alicl  tn  ihc h i-inc-<��
, , , , . 'if tlie ilav I> v the fiii-nillv  11.11 ' 1,1:; of 1 he  '
'     '  ���   "'"'"l   ."""���li"'.'   I"'"'    "�� ,   ,���||i,.s.     -il,,.     u.,,1    j.,,,    i;,,  |,,1     ,.���.i,
:..'.  cm 1. iu' I .st  it  v. .is ie-!(,Ned : !   ������.,.., |{f.,v.f ;,,���| v. e-c n |.|,ic- tnc,1   ������. .1,  (.. 1
(irdcrs  left  ,*ii   mv
.1 '��� 1 11n.lv    111. il"    Kii^'ciip    V.
1   >..(!' 111 1   ,   Ice; Mic   heie   uitdrr
tisii'Y cm ot'djfi i"-i.inl.|vf   ihc diitp,
��� lo iii- fixefj liy   lii-j   tijiiii-
I lie cn: I al. Ihc t'iiii"( nf ivhtdi j|'ii,.| ore 1.
,'n they lio'iiii'ci! .Tiion/ tnc |i,ni., -.cnoii ���
is��c:nlil.v if diccp. nnd (hen enh lie;:ti'i
I 1 dti-rlo out h'.H own c'-pccinl Mod*, for of
lU'.'se thottHaiulH.of nnlrurilfs, lihe on.o an-
.   1 1
'.1.11 ;i(.'.-���
uili    li'tvc
.-ipcerly 'itu-iuion.
��� on    ;t   crowded    stri-el��� wouldn't
excite a titlic of tlie inleiest iitnonp*
M)op|>er-. Hint lln> pi ices It. K, WILSON if. cjnotinp- nn JiYady-in.idi!
Clulhin-- ure (luiii'r. <i>
., >.yv."IVlir-fi��� Euraiiicr""! 1'tli lo^ trciiury
.."vVa^Fiient'and ���: ,umdercd uitcily,
���'���" .Caslii't~6f'gaUi On! (loil uiilmk
And drew Hideout. Il.e hollyliock.
'..��� ���Tlic'rieo"-'also"liroiijrlit lie in that hour
.".. S-Io .'niaiiy; a const cl, itul tlower
YAsdotli at ni^lit tlie -.Lies bestrew
.-'���', ';In league long pj?tuics purple blue.
'���'������ Y'Nor sunflower's rav  did he withhold,
.���:'������'Kor cai'line tlnslle's disk of gold;
'.'���'.; |-\or'i|-ov-:|l..'ilaliIi.i's si itelv   demo
"~   Of crimson'vaulted lioncvto'inb.
'i;.  The bannered anm of (lie pii.no
'.;���. I'nsfcd by. at, its  ippomtcd time.
. Y:.T1ic:'ro;eiifor'cc'nuiiis, muston n-,* strong,
���;������"��� Through''rustliiij; lanes now troop along.
.'.,,'!,��� Tlio'-.ycar shall not surrender yet
'���. ller. leafy'fcrficss hoi  forget
'":.' To garrison'an.1 Kim 1 li^ht well
���'.    (-l-eehranijiaHs oi liu citadel.
,,Y*.Yct haste, ye re enfom nionts bold,
'.'���/i.For'.'wi.hicT's bu^'ii  bl.i l linns cold.
���"��������� Sqpn"\vill/ liis (lira,'fill oidnrnce sliow
:YY'T:liCuii'ursti'iiij-gl.o  the volleying snow.
' Prcssohward, shout voir battle call
..'��� By bWiioiiji-eiit -nil loitering wall.
i.V' hciid the lasi.r.'ih   from the gate,
i'.-'Y".For,-.bh'Y bravb'hearts ve coma too late!
'Y: .Y-Y    YYY ,���). Y; ���Pail  M.iH'G.izetle.'
P'Ni/ -Possessions."
&y:5!:cStro* e io Pic. cit His Wast
y -r?    Y    ii:g iKSYli:i:2 and H��3-
;Y:Y:K^'��Y;SbnndcJ:'I{cr Own Tiiiis.
....YY**.Y V. . n f
/^YyrY-.ThVro.AV.'ii.s'onitr' Iii"* window in tho ante-
Y;,'.'i-hrini,Yji)ii!;in;i i)i\\ . 31 >n ,th(! stieet, nnd
���;':'.;Yn'iiii.'i:''.'t'r it-';lJ:in��i'. I>.i. t ii iihiccd her, desk.
;YY;Yi'his ;\yns i;!icy<.inb l"'intiirc in the iipiirt- '
li::''. nii'ii'l silvoYl vviY.cli ii s ,iu<l n lii<j 1xio1'i-:iko.
yY';,iiiYY\v-liiCli' vy-isYY;i icicle .iriny nf ilietion-
YyY iin^i<Y!ii)u'Y(,i]'(jyfc.iiiii" il..is As for ileciirn-
? Y>liiiiiy,"4lH'r(i?vy-:i's In.r cue. n very l;ir!ro
tyYiiiiipYof tlio Yv\-v>: Ti! l'nt liiiii'r nj-.-iii^t the
Y.:;:Yv\-;l!|iy>!iiii:i!?iyb,diy' I.' Is !t vv:is :i itnii't
'y-v li^Yr/rciinKy li'i'.',;'iii-i .ind innermost nf the
^YY^ni^iiYj&Yi:)-!'!!1''^',! ->i'u-
YyYYYyj^ij-Y^iilY'yyiiei   i    ���  J.inn iii'c 111 Ml she.
yy-|^iiydle;;ji;i'j)i5'y^nY t' c   ilini'.ill   H  o'clock .
.yyrllHjYiy!itie^V:iytiY;:l!i!i.!4  ll nisei  ill, (i:  oci.'l
v'^Y''.iY>-V>-;is'ij/"I"-'-���������^Y''ii'i'-/1t-iYt'lii:��*   with    the   I.iwIImiI.v's
���^^On'i^niet-ninirAr p...m v.'.r.ie int" tin* "i*'
YY*(l(2p;Yp;Y?'Yys .'.;,-���<*���,;,  ,'��� ,    slim!    Illllll.   Willi   il
M'lhQM^i\;i:m^^ > ������!  ''���"<'  ��f Imir-     *������>'
rii^m^^-i^i^ 1"-iy f1-'1!1!" "v;'"1'    M"
YYv-^iioi-yiYH'yYYiyy-y        "   '.,.'������ ,,
YYYY-.:\!vY^,^r���IreYiin 1 "i.e-n* it w. jiml Ii*"
?.:>-:f,i:i.Y��^-i-lV:Ul|iss^";rrYV:'In-}n e tile I'i*' <"'<P nn
YY:"-i!iiv Yv'iliyY-ljY.:;;^!''1 ili--i<- i'"i' n .nicnicnt
'Yi:^,i.Yt^-,,;Yiiii^:;'i!iv:i i-''"i hi'.iMl'him >-.iy-
Y;yy-<;)!i.-ti(^Yii;i.:-viy:i: 1 ! d-i't mYti. c ymi. No
Y/���'���'���hii'rtisiiiiii.' lYli'ipc''"'
:yyYYHhevYTii:i!;eilY:Y:Y-c,    lid    sl:,n:!ilcr   fit-Mill
^���'''fliiY'Wlnitf'i^il'ii^vv.ls b'>-v in-; in li"r diivc  ,
;yyiVmYY':TiiiKyYiiii':;i..' .-,mv"iIi:ii 'I'1- "-hit
yYi'Vi'i-hVi^eyYiiiidi'i'ii.itJk   hud n somfwlni:
':��� ���'j~,i,-iti:�����;ri^n.-3^' I'-'iSnTiitnT^ir itoT
;Y;YYYv,li.riiiiiihiiiii)Yii Id   i"c   In  sicj>   in   mnl
c u; lined   tin.'   sln-rt.
y:Yiiy!iiY^MYi;iY'nrcp:i': i.i : .1 p.-.p.-i- mi our new
SiY.iyi-iscsV-iSifiY.YYiniKl  v.   ntul t" K1'1 ,:l>' l:lli
���>Yd-i!i)^tffi;i'r.f-ily:Y':; I   I. >!-e   \   duii't   ;mu<��y
'������'��� !'Yy h^t,fVjit''Yill.!;;1-niiii I'lincd Laura.     ,
���.y^^:.y:i0;^i ,    ,
y.SYSlicYliinl-1-d.aYp'in -s.i.pi'sp.
'SY'iYi'lityfnyi'V'Y^-1 '' !!l�� S^';1'1;I01'- ���'������'!l!'t
;y;~.:^w!'liSiii:y"yi^:t^{^* ' ciiid ^hoit sijrht   I
yi|{niYMt:,liiMv.yt ::iYiiiss ;.i .���uUi;iout the titles ���
Yj'alYYtlVeYvUpKeiyscqtioiis ol our new  p:is>-ps-
:^)?^i(i��j^:^Wj*rii^ii'y,iii -Hi^-   fl.icijiv.     Would
���y; Yy-iSulohliKivine?'';,. ' ���
;'%:'��'j;jfliiriv:tijps^nii'(!      Then  (lie humorous
K-YsiitftoiK^ t('ll1''''a11'1 !:lu,
���PY;iirosp^ niiil/ciniic1 J'o- w aid
!yYYYY'.ltYsni.ee:tb"bc so tall," niunuiircd tLo
1Y Yst t'h n troi-' hd u i i t. In ;u I \
YY;���::;���/.vi-jjii-;noY(;iil*i''tl'"" yourself, I think:"
YYrsriii!YLnii!nYYYYY:/ ,      ,
���y YiiUi'lsydso'i-icc-ii) Im'0 such heaiuiful���
\Y;1 Ys5i:<>nlii ^--i*,*- s^iii-li excellent eyes," said
Y. !t'liiv'str;ingcrY Yy.
" y: ��� ?"Ii:i'31 --a Y^t is rtioil Ytli o beautifaleyes to the
yY:ii]n]iY:inif:simii%iiat coldly inquired what
Y.xdip vvisliwl���' to; know . Vlien he told her.
YYshc'i'0,riil tlie inViiies of tne islands to him.
'Y.ylh'.'.^ra.yely.yijurt'l'ii'in down with a note or
YY/y 'vtr."iy':lKti!.',l''.,vn ta'lei," he somewhat
/.yjiiiiili-nfnilyys'iiid'. "Hieu-'s no telljn-:' tn
Yi ���ivliHtYliei';!)'!?. 'I iiiii-l't iv.t tiiivo reached.
y YTl):ii)k,YyoiiY vo'!-y: i-iutli anil rikkI morn-
Y .Yiii-iY:'...���.:":':;.'���.,."..,..:}:
:':'f: Yr^nnray'vyontY; h.uk   (o   hot-   desk, .and
���>--v.._et��p.Tf���_)*-_'>>v.-:.'.-"tAv'?-'-y^* '���   l'te'i <:f" |,lp si1'11'''
Y:Y:,uiiJM:,secj:!Cd; tri' h-hteu   the   whole  day.
:Y��'shey!aii-*liyiYwl!e,i  -he Hmr.-rlit yf it on
;:Y,t.; i ho;; \v'n'-'y:'liV!i-'i<v:Y'''
YYY' !|t]\vas'ii little sti.in-*i\ luit she wasn't
YYreally ^ti!'|iris;Y'rw hen lio dropped in again
Y,    ���'t-loiid;1 (lay.",  he   said    in   .Ins ��� cheery
Yy-?ayYYY"Ypur i^>Yvv    !>ossji;,sions' (is com- ���
yYY-'YSYori YfiYiiili'iisly.'   1'ic ^1.1! a little mixed,
.;'js liowever. ouYsfiinc of those dniihle joiuled
YY nil ines;" YY\nd iii fine she quite knew it
yY*li'eywasYasa'i;v:aidl'U  linn,     tie only re- ���
Y nia'itVc'dy'a yi'evy;: i uiiiites, however, and
���   llicn depariedj  with  many  thanks.    Tlir
,'.'y .n'-t'.xjt'-inOriiiiijr'-;liii d.npped in ii'u'.-iin! and
Y.Y-ihcynexfY.and the nev t If he misled a
yyYt)iYr.!)iiiy.y I;aura   smiielinvy   inissed   him.
Y irievu-asiyui'lMl fheeii fellmr: so optiinis-
YYYjy'Y.so liri.udit.su Iin aide I'.aura liluslied
Y'-.���������n'.'.fi't.'ilo..;ns.':s!iiv used (Ins last term. And
,y: ;t'!Ycit :iYw.-i'voyiit' pitj   i.m over her.    It was
���'.'���' liliijiiYtoYhc scY'ii  Hi it   wilh  his easy anil'
-.' 'iruiu! iiatui-cil...vvaj   this man could  never
1 lic:aYsiK'cess''inYlile.     riere lie was daw-
dliii-i ove.r a nVat'tei that midit have lieen
,Y liiiishi'dYup in a (In  oi two.    Ilou- could
Yy>uch an 'it'll iiii* Yfdlnw  earn even a satis-
'Y. ftiV'iory- liv-ini'V-It  was a -rrc:|| pity i<��d
;-'-''.i'ii'Y v.-as'Ys::c-li Ya   delightful   character:
Y\y,lio-vvas-he,V .She would a.sk one of the
Y Y-clcrlisY-Y No,- she wouldn't. What was
: -lilts'idler to her?
:���' AVhcii lie ili'npped tn Ihe next uiorniii-;,
{..'iiirn   received  Ins  gn'eiin-j   in  ii  .vmic-
v,:..|i;ii fri^iij ni.-tnni ���'.
YY:-'.-''��� Tin al'rnii! I annoy you," lie said after
' ' ti' liiouieiil's hesil.itinii.
���"No." .said  I.a in.i ��n 111 o lioldly. "it isn't
Yth'al... Hat (lou't ;ion tiniik you are wust-
,iii':Ya', ���*i;eat .dcai  ot   time  on  this���lids
.yworkV"   ������   '.Y.   ���'"
Y   "No," said tlie shoit man, with a smile,
.y "ldou'tY' Y-Y. ';������
���'���'.Aii'd Itaven't  vini any pniiiloyment of
. more inipni-tntu'c":
.'' rXii," sail) the shmt nan prninpMy. "1
'liaveirt."Y . ������   ������
l.a.urn  si'-hed.     Ho  was clearly  mcor-
i-i^ihle. ���
y vl'in-sorry,"-- she said.
'Tin ���iia'(l."-"*-ii'ifl the short man.
L.'iinnYhlazei.l up
. "lint (lo-.i'l you know lhat you aro
ivaslin^ yinir i.'PP"' lunilies'.'" J she cried.
���"Don't you Unow that without energy
ynil can accomplish nuthinir? Don't you
care,lo rise in the world'.' You liave tal-
ei ts. Why don't you wake up and -put
t |-,.-:n to i*o(iil use'.'"
She couldn't have said this to him if
lie,hadn't smiled al her velii'iuonci so ox-
fjHuei'.'ititifd.V. .
"And you would like lo have nii sac-
coeilV he asked.
"Coitiiinly I would," Laura promptly
Theie was :; brief sileuce. The short
man looked thoughtful. He diew out bid
watch. <���
"1 can't stay but a moment this niorn-
in-:,'' be said. "1 think I nuisr have
drojiped iu merely throu'-h force of bab
"1 hope 1 haven't;'��� bej-an Laura.
'"Not at all," he interrupted. "Good
moi niiif*."'
Laura felt a litlle conscience stricken.
"Hut it was for his own flood," she consoled herself. And then Mr. Druuiuioud
entered the room.
"Miss Hiirtoii,'' he said, "we have never asked you to attend to any of our
court business, but QccaMon may arise
when your sei vices in that connection
will be. required. In order to familiarize
yourself vyitli the work 1 wish you would
visit one of Ihe courtrooms this morning.
I will send Itarryvviih you, and be will
enlighten you on such points'as are necessary. You are not to do any work, you
understand; simply to become acquainted
with  courtroom'routine."
It was a big case, young P.arr.v inform
ed her on the way over. It involved a
very large sum claimed as damages, ami
it was bitterly contested. "All tlie big
legal guns will be there," said the boy.
".John Stetson's going to wind up for the
They were early enough and lucky
enough lo secure seats inside the outer
railyig, 'for the com trooin was .soon crowded. Laura looked about her, with an interested glance. Then cslie, suddenly
started'. Her friend the short man was
coming briskly, down the aisle. Was it
the same ,iiiiiii? His thick ��� hair was
brushed back from his forehead, his eye
gleamed, he walked with a quick elastic
step. Yet it certainly was the man of the
Laura twitched Harry's sleeve.
"Who is that'man just sealing himself
at the table?" she whispered.
"That? Why, (hat's John Stetson.
Haven't you seen him before? That's
funny. He's moved, into our block, you
ktimv, ami {lis bllice.s are just at'tlie olhoi
h'ikI of/jhe |ia|| on our door.' Ain't *#���> a
corker? I tell you." said Harry oracularly.'"if olil Judge I'nnning i.s at'lhe head
qt the local bar-John Stetson is a mighty
close second."
It   was'a   wonderful   plea   that   John
Stetson made that morning.    Clear, con- '
cise,  logical,   witty, sarcastic,  nidi-riii.''-^.
passionate.     Tli*-' <'j"s;   limn ,fo'c-iiicii' \o (
{jr'ovy as' fie faced, the jury:  ''And what 'a
voice rind what gestures!     ,'   '   ' ���
A buzz ran thr.ough the courtfraoyt- f\s
jip"' finished, "ni'i'l' Lniirn hurried ftarry
from the room. e It; was luncheon time,
but she walked aimlessly about the
streets during her half bolir nooning. She
had no thought of luncheon. "���-Tbeii sjjg .
went back to her des!:, but aim c,ou!dii'i'
work-. She w:[s'( (iery'oiis".'iii(l'"'unbtriiu'-j,
, p'nd'she felt like crying,"
Along lowiird the middle of the afternoon Barry put his head in the door..."
"Thought you might like to know that
'John Stetson won his ease," he said.
"Jury wasn't out but,20 minute*-. John'll
set ten '.liOn&'uiq or.t^o*: it "if' lie 'gets' ii
tont..:' '���-'   ���; 1:     '   " '    "  --'
' Jt vyas close to ~> o'-clqek when aiioti-pr
.puller  filled   fhc '(loorway, 'This  time  it
was   iher mini   whom   she   half   feared
would come.
"Oh," she cried, with a fiery blush. "I
am so humiliated!"
"Nonsense," he cheerily said.
"Hut I heard that Hpjpndid, speech 1'.'
"1 saw you." tliere,1-'. he'said.   '    ' '"
��� "You saw mo?"-        "* ���     " :r
"Yes. I���in'fact, I knew you would bo,
there.'"' '
-   "You know?"
"Yes. Vnix ���omoinber yon' said you felt
an interest in my welfare, and I was conceited enough to'ask Dri-iiiir-o,i'i'j \o seiii^
you p.yi-1' (o ihp coiir'rop'm'.'" ' Laura burled her' liltishitig faco in her bauds.
"There, there, you have nothing to .r'ris
proach yourself with. I wasn't ^qulte fair
nnd above board in tho matter. The trouble .seems lo bo that when a man whose
nose has been kept to the grindstone all
his life relaxes a little, he is apt to overdo it. Perhaps I'm a natural idler,,a��ten
all." ��� , 	
Laura, looked up. '
, "And   "Our   New   Possessions?'"   she
shyly asked.
"Something of a pretense." said tho
stout man, with a smile. IIo nat down
beside her desk. 'lie was evidently n��llt-
tlo embarrassed,    , ���
"Let mo tell you all about it," ,ho said.
"I am 8!) years old and never had a play
spell. It's high lime, yon see, for nie In
begin. A year or two more and 1 might
forget how. Well, one day I ��aw you.
Perhaps you don't believe in adinities. 1
do. I'm a |1''J' "''I lawyer, but I've nevei'
|ost my boyhood's ideal of womanhood. I
determined to become acquainted with
you. I 'generally succeed in what I undertake." lie paused a moment. Laura
wiis looking out of tho window. He went
on in a lower voice: "Hut that 'New Possessions',, idea wasn't entirely a fraud.
You, see. it is well to get acquainted vyitjl
the possessions ynii povpt before any alliance is sungi'sied. Am] (ben, too. (here
must be an equal .willingness on the part
of both parties to the proposed alliance.
Besides (his"��� lie paused abruptly.
Miss P.arlon's .shoulders wi'rr moving
suspicion-Iy. She \v,is laughing at Ins
John Stetson arose to his feet. He
looked toward the door. Laura's hat and
capo caught his eye,- He took them froin
Ihe hooks and eanu: l|acl; to ihe dolj.
"IIciv,' Lau'r.'i i'.a'rloi'i," be iuiskly said,
"it's high time you started home." She
meekly arose and faced him. lie put the,
cape about her shoulders and offered her
the hat. As she lai-cd it it) both hands tn
her head he suddenly added: "I've ci|ii|i*}��
ed my mind aboi|t that ���p.-ssesMiHis- [ho-
ory. 1 gues.-i iho old way is the best. If
you have the power, step right Up and
take possession of what you want by
force of ai ins."
Then he-put his arm about her and
kissed her.��� W. Ii. Rose in Cleveland
Plain Dealer.
Is (1(�� Snn Hettl'i;*: Hotter'"
Dr. f. J. ,1. Sec suggests, in the As-
troiinmische N'aclirichteii, the somewhat
staitling conclusion (hat the snn is still
petting bolter. The process, howevei, is
too slow to have any but a scicntiiiu Interest for Ihe present liihabitaiit< of tho
earth. Another result of Profc-sor bee's
researches, which i.s contrary to the generally received opinion, is, that Jupiter
and Saturn, instead 'of being cooling
bodies, may also be increasing in temperature and that eventually they raay
become self luminous like the stars. Cut
if Jupiter were self luminous, and its
intensity of radiation were as great per
unit of surface as that of the sun. i(
wou'd give at night 200 or 300 times as
tnucli light on the eaitli as the full moon
Carefully   boiled   eggs   are   good   and
��� palatable.
Scandalous society ��Dd life make gos-
sip? frantic.
She   sits   lamenting   sadly,   often   too
much alone.
'Badly governed'and fearfully troubled
now is Ireland.
.Man is noble and generous often, but
some-times vain and cowardly.
Polities and religion avoid arguing iu.
Here is good and sound advhe.
Adieu,   darling!    Time   flies   fast,   sail.;
aro set, boats are ready.    Farewell!
. Honesty   and  truth   are   good   and   ad'
niirable qualities, as sympathy and  love
are endearing traits.
Love is heaven, and heaven is love,
youth says. All beware! says age. Try
ing i.s poverty, and fleering is love.
Solomon had vast (reasnres���silver and
gold things precious. Happy and rich'
and wise was be. Faithful served hu
God.   ��� '    '"
Matter and mind aro mysteries.,
Never mind. What is matter? Matter
is���never mind. What' is mind? Mind
is���never matter.
Eierciso care; excess tySware;
Rise early uml lueathc frco air;
Eat slowly ; iiouhle drive iivvay ;
Feet warmish keep; blend work with play
���London Truth. ,     "
Fred Robinson, Proprietor
t *
��� i
Rougii &,n& Dressed
Lath, Shingles, Mouldings, Finishing
The too frequent use of greasy propara-
tions on the face will cause n growth of
Cocoatiut oil brushed .over the brows
Will promote their growth and give them
a tfossy apiioaraiKC.   ''
A valuable lotion for strengthening the
color of (lie hair and useful in retarding
its turning gray is made of four ounces
of bay rum and one ounce of sulphur.,'
A frequent cause of the hair falling oih
Is a delicient state, of the, circulation.
Iiubhing the scalp for n slior'l time evoiy
< night with the lingers will stimulate the
'���    Thorc'is 'nothing better than sage tea
'to prevent the hair from '��� falling out.
This should he well 'ruhheil into the roots
three or four times a week. I'ran water
is also good  for the sculp whore there is
��� dandruff.' After rubbing it in the hair
must be well washed, or it will stick together.        ���
JEWELRY 50TTTnQ9.     ' .
Newly Opened
Furnished and Supplied
L, .A. SNOWMAN, prop.
���T-he snlitairp was nnoo considered tho
only proper thing for an engagement
ring. Now the fad is for colored stones.
The birth or favorite stone is considered
best. ,    (
01(1 r?,r!i'iMli.P(l JOWt'l.r.V Is being utilized
to treat, advantage at tho present time.
jYoekots arc,worn on the Cyrano chains,
mul earrings are converted into studs
and belt pins.        ���   ',
Anklets are being worn hy a few women who have .courage and love for |h,\\
conspicuous. They ���-ri; (if d.ull gold sol,
Vi'i/'i U,!ic'M S'O'U'S '''id 'no \vorn ���vvitli
rhrir't skirts for bicyejing apd trampiua.
I'liey should he worn on the'loft foot.
Tlie Wommi of It.    a
,  Longchump���Did  she give any.reason
for refusing, you? c
ITardit���Reason? No, that's the w*;
man of it; Simply said she didn't !ov$
mo.���Philadelphia North' American.,
Furniture and. . '���
i '. '
Repairing and Upholstering Done.
D     'Warehouse in connection for '-toragc
' -'       of family iiiulotlicrfiirnitiiro, trunks,
etc, nt monthly or other rates.
Agents for Raymond Sewing Machines.
Revelstoke.Station.. B.C..
D.riiyin'}*   and   delivoii'njj   n   specialty.
Teams always   ready   tit 'shortest
.       ,'    c
,    notice*.        Contracts   fur   joliljinj*
taken.    Agent,   fur   J). C.'Oii Co.
Robert'" Samson;
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TraiiiB leaving the Pacific Coast
Tucodayn, Thursdays and Saturdays, connect at Fort William
with the palatial Lalcu stc.iiiiei a
Manitoba, Alberta, and Ath*-.-
basoa, across tho Great Lakes.
For full particulars as - to time,
rates, and for copies of C. P. R.
publications, apply to
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l'.'-.s..ii!;i>i- tr.i.n i'i.!-, Sa:-i-', m.iiul way -t.nioii;
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YpManufaGtufersY' aiid:  'yclealers;;in'^ally;kiiiys^  RougHarid;  ;-���������'' Shin:Aes$'Ylath y' krid  y:yMbulcliho"s.Y  .���������,:V������s:-'.;--.T'^'-y.,'.p./..,.  n^Yclimensldii'Y tini  ,i"   O  .; .   ..-','  >���������.-.'. yi.'.t.;.:!-^-..':.,^',. ; ': , ' .... ��������� ,.;>���������'  t  1  n  r  T  When you, arc buviny; a  new kitchen ranjje  ma\' as well ������*  there is to be' had: It's  going  to  last-a long time  the best  and   will    be   much  cheapest in the end.  the  mperial Bankof Canada  HE  u  Capital (paid up) $2,000,000.  Rest       -      -       $1,300,000.  TORONTO.  H. S. HOVvLAND,  President.        T.  R.  MERRITT,  Vice-President.  D.  R. V/iLKlE, General Manager.  cut  .Y'yyY'tot 6 pder,:|yariciy clear  ;yy ������������������: ^ced ar'y ft n is hi n g-: lu m-t  y ���������YY|ber ';.a;^->ecialf yyy^L  '';M\-1. ''orders ^pfQmpdyY������fillec|^  Y'Yy:yyY^.;;y;fI;eriiisyGashiy  ".";'*'?���������  V:'-.;ii '  The McClary's Famous  ;       Steel Ranges  Kootenay 4 and 6 hole  with or without hiirh shelf  or closet. ���������  McClary's extra: heavy  steel rano*es, 6 hole, with'  or without high closet.  McClary's famous double oven 10 hole steel  ranges.  McClarv's famous annv  ^ range,   specially   adapted  for  hotel, and   restaurant  ,. use.  A general banking business transacted.���������Letters'of credit issued,  available in all parts-of the world.���������Gold dust and amalgam  purchased.���������Savings    Department,     Interest   .allowed    at  current rate. .   ������������������  * ,��������� A. R. B. HEARN, Manager Revelstoke Branch  fill   BKOLSONS (  Iiu-oi|ior.itcil  hy act of Pai liainiMit ]S55. '  HEAD OFFICII       ?'     -     t       '-'     '    -MONTREAL  AV>i. Moi.mix ."MArTiiKiisoN.  1'rtM.       S. II. KwiNO, Vice-Pres.  I'Y  Woi.i.'Jiit.sTAN Tikimas, General Manager  PAID UV- CAPITAL     "  RESFI-IVE  $2,000,000  1,500,000  A t'oii"rii! Iiitnliiiif* busiiK'.s t i.ni'-,11 ti'l.   Iiilcresl ulldvvid on (lc)iO'.il-, at current nitcs.    o  J..D. MOLSON, Frlannger,    t       - . REVELSTOKE, B. C.  <K^^&SiS&/$>r-'?y ^<&-Q/������/%y^^^^'<&S&^/^>/fy^  i\Iens' boot'; and shoos, cloLliini", lints,  '' c.-ips, iiocl-vvciir aiifl iindi-rvvcar.  CificKcry. i*las-i\vnr'-,' valises, whips,  and liai dvvnrn. C)nr, stock* of ,1*10-  cci ics i.s always ficsli niid reliable,  liny your bnller and cgj-s from us,  i|iiality always guaranteed. , Don't  , t'oi-net, llie place,  Ccmrsier's old .-.tand.  y: These   famous    ranges    tiannnb    be  equalled    from    the   Atlantic-    t'o the  Pacific.      Theie are over one hundred  thousand   in   use,  'perfect satisfaction.  :Y If you buy one  of , these  guarantee satisfaction.  MORRIS & SJEiiD; Front Street, Revelstoke.'  '\il     'I       O  ���������ULNJK  ABRAHAMSON BROS.,  PROP'S.  'We vvqiildYdtavv altc-ntioii <p"ourf  ovvn inake ,6fYairYtight.(-r'i   Yy Y >  wy���������Y:,;yt'liiy is;(iitr;thii'd yea'ripr iiuikin-f  ;CY ... l,hesey'fiivo.rito Y, 1 i'eaters; >a 11 cl ,^i 1 ]:  ������������������' ,'lrivc gi\:en:sati^i'i'et;i(ni.:Y'A ^c'vv"  ���������vY'Y points'in : coin parisonYvvd tli cithiir"  vY ���������; (YiiiakesY Y V\re.- line /our .stoves all:  Y'   ,:the vvay up.   YWe   put in' double  YbottotnHi y vWeYYiae, cold, rolled;  y ;.v;Y steel for 1 i_ningg.. no,t 1 ight'.'������������������ slicet'  yy-yy,iron.';. -All ��������� (Mii'Yvvoi'k ,is 'giiaiYin-  Y.",:;���������:: teed Y'and;:'':\v������'.:.;'-ir.eyii'e|,eY:.to.'|i)iikei  Y :. .Y'Yg(iod;any;-de:fei;:i.YY-���������:.-. :".y ::'���������::/'-''��������� ^  "Y Y, ,Y:Encpnrage;,lioiive Industrj'.YY' :YY  llardvv-aVe'and^Tinsinit.liiiiL'Y Y, y.y;.:.,,-  -.���������VrOTICK IS1- HlvHKIIVY(>IV:KX,.t.luil,u!\irrvv 1  Yx\���������;'. dfivM from ilato  1 intciid to������������������'iippl;.- tn the ;  .,   Hon. C'hicf (.Viniiii'.-sioni-M-���������cif.'J.rt'iiiis and \\'brks' :  .for 11 licc.'iisti 10 cut. 'i.iiiil'oiii-r.js'iwfi.v- liiiiher.l'i-oin ���������;  I.I16���������follij'vi-iiijf, di'scribixl: land^.: ^ii iiiYti-rl' in.'ar :  ���������-..���������. 'J'ront I jike C'iry, ii.i Trout -Lak6 District. .West ;  ������������������ .lCixitOiiiiy.'���������������������������������������������������������������..    :, :���������,.������������������������������������'���������..���������!������������������:���������':'��������� : " !.'..���������:���������.���������.-!���������,��������� ���������-,: '." Y:j  , '(.'onuiH'iic'ii.ii- a 1.^1: post, lit tin: iioi-tli-('itst;.cfir-:i  ' iiqr of f.tL'<ii'i,'e Ok'sim's iirci'iiiiition: tieiii-.'i't'..)ii;,Y  . LiikcLliunc-o south ��������� -'ll 'cluiiiis.  tliom.'e c-ist, Ivfi.;  .; cliains, tlicnc...' ii'.,irt!i (I'IY'ehiiin's'. tlion;:tv u'c-t (.Hi :  ,Y chains..tlieneo >u'u(li- -0 chains, .'tlic'ifcb v.-i.-i l.In ;  Y; ohains. thenev,south  -.'D'.j.-liai'iss. rhciico. oast'iii���������.}'  'chains to iniiial jibst. ciiiitainiiit*'! (l .'jeves imircY  Yilorlcss.0 . 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I  YTollovviii^'creels sui'.lh To chains ���������.ISiiii.ii.ial lifisr., Y  cotitd'nini,'it) acre-lucre.,r.r less.    ,Jn  all ','iiii j  ' acres.v       -' ������������������.������������������'   ���������'��������� . '������������������; ���������' ���������'������������������ ,.,' -'������������������ ���������  :    ��������� .-������������������:���������'.   -i--r-i-:r> itoiiis't-risv     i,  .     It'-ve!st'lkc. II. C Octiiher !i)lll.l;-!l!l.  \^^'Yl.lv '������������������ fli'riyLshriVv-.vf.oro.--' . '���������" ������������������>r������:;t :Y ''.lia'i,li.'"l  V'i'Y Api.ly' to; Mr-:., .hi!',i.:,s   ;..,-it;c. eorilftr. of1!  sl,ri,icf::  .���������'���������>'-'.  OfnSes io'Reiit  V/Seri'd/Yy^  ��������� -\V6rjcl to':Y��������� y ,:yy '������������������:., ,-:. .:^::.; /;'���������*. ^-.7]  rp\Yi;> iar^c'oiHccsfr;;) K;i-.st'.������ii-.^.i' (-;iV|  J.;-.rfn-i;e.,S:.Y\!i.vii-;-'..,'  ...  A !>?>>>  j, :mm robinson  iat.thc-Saw-yii!! Office;" ,'y;''-'',Y  lIcyvjjJYdiijiyf-P Tit'Y.Y Yy.y'Y'y  'pjration of the Oi ty ��������� of Itevel- |H<j,>r-d.iit.i short iron^th^; or  ST"----S'/.';'.������������������.��������� S-,'vr,.--������������������������������������*��������� X :  ~>: :k^s   . ...... ..,   :'i-v.;ity;.-.-V^;Yr :,.g--J:-^.:y^.  :.���������')..  Y   We   also   carry a  full, line   of   Uu-  (Clary's   fatuous   cook ������->loves,  famous  enameled ware, and tin vvate.  ���������:.' Y;Look     for   our   aiiinjuiii:etiient    of  .-M'cClary'ib heating stoves later.  The1 Great  Store-VY '  BOURNE BROS.  J.  A. .  yro.vi-:, ProprieLor. ..  . . .  Rates,  $1 per clay ���������.  . .*.  E  Ic'ctr  cwly  c lighted, furnace heated  N  built and furnished.  ��������� t. ���������  I'  incst  . . iii  ���������And   best  supplied  the city   bar  *   1   1  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B. C.  ,7'j^*T!Trarjryig:^r<3ji^7"ji'j[j  i-Luw-.fJ-ff������fTrT���������r-Jiwi~i-ur..|, n      iimwLiwsrr:  a-oo-aoo-o- O--O-O- 0<>-O-0-O-0* OHD<)-<>-0-CK><>-CH>-������  $1 l?EJl DAY ^-ussa.  stok-?.  " i ������'  V,I.KI'i 'l'KN'(.>KI.'.;r'ii'l'lrc-s',;.,! lo !.iic nn:!cr;'i  -iui'.'.l .Mi'!, cinliii'Mid .'"rctiflci'i for. Ir'ir.: i  A[arrh..-.vsti.|i'i" will li'_'.'r....-������-J\-<-il"n'j-i��������� ro .imoir nn '���������  Tii"i-ila.v'���������-ile.|-..ili7.-r tTlli. l:*!):i.. for.lh.. iiwi,:iU.n;na i  of .-i.,Kir.a .'t'liirin .-'ystciii.iii'Y'lni'icir.v t-Y cfnisl--i '  nf ���������_'������������������ niiics jiiorc nr'les, .of, N*.,. !i .(ialianizc'i ;  Iron Wire.'  ten   ".huia;lo,;,r-!';.!iia|    Ho\-i>Y   nvi������ 1  to   those  :h;,u)iin</". -.'���������  Ju.<������y\lJ yy y"���������  wlio '.'.do' .their'  ovvn  . .'-v'-(VI'Tr-l,'   t<   III. I'l.'HV  i:in.'V    il,.,l   tl f,.,,-  I      ' --  "" *   "'"���������   '"    ".. ���������' .'������i.  .-.".   ������������������ >������ ..in nin/.C'l  . ,]S fJ!.'y'yla,-, l^'Y'lnu; 0 Supply u^\, l^'^X ,,n?n^'"^':,^^,'i;!,i;i'^;r^^  .Hon  Chief Cnniniissionerof Lands . ml AVoi-k.., !  C ' ^ '.'/,.; ,".     .I1'''''  "V" i, .  -L - ''.'   '  . for a special licc^e. to ei.tanil   carry away tin,.    ^ : ^^   ! "*}���������, I'" \ft Yiml   )<���������'..'turi.c- and   other  ��������� ������������������liftr'froiii   the .foh'ovvin.i*  descrihed   lands,  sit.-    '."���������';-' '-;��������� ���������'.'5 "I''M'''"'' .-���������. '    . ..     .,   ..    ,tJ.,,..  iiaiir! (in Trout (.iikc, in  Trout.' Lake. Ilistricl, I      . Y\ ���������'!'-,.:,'.-;...';   v  Coiiiiiiencini'af a iiost'at  tlic north-cast cor- ���������:������������������'      ;      ''   , ' .      ���������  ( '���������'-'''������������������  her of '1'ront l.;ikc City' t'ovvnsito at; I hc'norl h- '! .--���������-���������-���������.���������,���������-���������--.������������������-.���������-'- ���������������������������;' -:.-. _  'West   corner  nf   Trout ��������� !a':c.   runn'm*   north '���������":    ������������������'....'���������  2i) cliains, the.ncc.cait. in chains, thenco south L'n '!   .'.���������-.  chain.-.; thence east   1(1 chains,  t.hene.c  south-Jo Y  ...   ('luuns more or les- to. lake shore., liioncc wesi, ,. '������������������ ���������      __���������   ,    "'��������� '    '  aloiii-lake shore. Wclifiin-Y: to initYirrjiosl. con- i     Y     .   '���������   .    i    . ' ,    ���������������������������   , ..  . .tiinlni* PVi acrc.smore or less.'. '   . ������������������'   [ , \- ;)t[( ���������;.;  '|,s    ITKK'I';('-,'.  f'!','\r'l-;\.. '|ul-t   i.hr'<  '.:      Also coiiitiicnoiii-.' at.a pr.sl, on LJicYanlh shore 1..: '\      ct'in ;.  nf  th'e  l'e,i,-,i of .'i.Veor^'. Y',,rn-  of Trout .Lake about one  milo  easj of ulialisi  iii:s,-.j,,|,r'iy Y-alicI 1.'.  nice! ���������  ,il   11,,. ���������,07irr' house  known   as  Six-Mile   'I'uint.,   thence  -mil h   li |  !:/:vc'J.-!'i.i;c.   on  T!,Y!--Im\-    |-'i|i  (jrinlic,-   f-'i')' I    /.''   i  ��������� chains, tiience (���������.-;;>( Ml elniiiis.   ihence  11.1: til %\ |'for'I he purpose .,f i;-ui.ai. Irj'r'hi ^'t l,c  r. in.lir-'ui.YriY- I ��������� 1       '  chains. Ijiencc (vest. (11 ciiauis.   t hen.-i^ norl.i'i la | rif Wm.    I'ri.:<���������'., '.liinenV   I[,i,|..|    (���������.vina.pli <���������    tn '   -\ ' ''  cliains more or less'to'lake slioi','.  I Jk.ih.o ea-1.     tivni-fi r-aidY'ieeii'--', l.o Ihcvard '.Miiore-'tin'!' ''*   '   -"^  ' aloni; l.'ikd shnre to initial  PPL'.  cout'iiiiiiif; ���������'���������I'll \ ('. fiiiiice. ,l;lv'-r-ide   Ifnlcl.   H('l|.-ir]f ;'('i|\-    \,]  ; acre.* niore or Ie.-.-.: .. . .,.        I 1 ran.-for -niU li,:,.|-,,.e lo .V. !'. 1,'oni.in'a.iid '".In'in  Also coinnieiicin.^ ata i"is,'. on souLh .-.lioiii of 1 II.f.f(������'.-. lai <, heen a.-'ioariied to \Veined ,'������������������  Trout Lake a I. a point called Ki;:hl-.Mile 1'ojnt. j. I.-Itli (fctoh-ir. l'-::i:i. '���������''"' ' . ' ,' ' ,M; " "���������'���������"  , tlicnce rii'iiniiif,* in an ca-terly direclhai aloia* ( ������������������.���������Vmh'urt.licr take notjce I ha'l llie Hoard of  ' the shore of'1'ront. Lake i'lehains, l.iienee soinli I Lieen'sc ('oninii-siiaiei's r.-MI -.if. ()t tip. '-coii,''  20 chains. Ilicnco vrcst HJ .ehiiins. Uienec norlli I lious-, t!evejj:,,k��������� op ''U-'ediieJ-liiv l������H| ' dn-Y  L'Ochains. inorcor !csa, to, initial po-t, eont.iil.i. I of Octol.er, 1MI.I, a''. 2 fiY'lock ',, i-'inii-i,.,. H.'jV  iliK l;'iO acres more-or !;:-s.    In all V/mutcs   ��������� ���������     ; afi-iva a'l'di-a'ioiM  "    '  YJ. I. WOODROW  I Butcher!  Purveyor of 1 lis^h-class Meats  :������������������ .REVELSTOKE, B.C.  VII .oi'di'i'-. in r.iir line will he  promptly  ul lendi'd to.  Newly Built.  Lighted by Electricity  Throughout,  Best Brand ��������� of  Wines, Liquors and  Cigars  R. CALEY, PROP'R.  ���������-. .y?*^v-4;_��������� ���������������������������  mm  IWXlKh IIOIIINKO.V  Jte-.-JsK.he, I.". C.i'.VIola.r lilli, l.'.'i,  .  .vi.,!-;x: aiciiak,  Chief Liceli-c Inspector,  .is , now ���������.'. fairly  ,'C'iiri.C' 'and tiir'n.  '��������� iii,:,' (Alt' l.lie :|>fi-ii.  of wiii'l-:. Dniji  us a ' carti- -1'iiy:  78; i/'lJ-ei-el^ioki-"  I;'., ('), ���������������������������ui'd  'our  van    will ' call  ill  i,'  yn'/urdiior.  -BOARDMAN' ;& ���������' WQdDHOUSE  .MINKHAL  ACT,   IK!"(!  ��������� y Certificate of Inippavements  .vfi'nci';  Monlau'ii"."   "V.incoiivr     I'i'.ielion,"    "Tim-  l'\< r '     "T.iiiKi'r      ''"i.u I inn,"     "Ol'lhnm,"  ������������������f;|i!li.iin l'"i,i' I ion," an 1 "-.iiiilnllii n;   |.'imc-  Y     liuii. ' mini i.n i i.iiimh-iinalc  iu   tin   l!e\el.  ..-ti,!,i.!)i'i.,niiiif \V.j|   ICooli n.M,     WliL-ic  lo. nii il    Jio.v iii ��������� Ci< i !<.  'IIAI-.'K Vfi'M' i: lhal f. 'I'holu.i. flrahani.  J '���������'������;*( nl fo. Tl,e fJnld Fold or l!i llisli Col-  imlii.-i I,nn l-.il fi.n ..:n| I'"i i-i .Mini r'- Ceitlll-  ���������ale Vo II, l.'.Jl'i, inli.id. ^i.ti diij-, f.oii, | lie  !nf.e l.i i. '���������( I'lapplv to Ihe .Miinii,* l.'ecoidcr  'or a ''i i I ill' a'i of Impioi I'lircnls for the pur-  'ifHi! of .jhlHiiilu < a I io:- ll Uiiinl of Ihe ahove  ili'ilm*  And fui tlicr take iiotlfe thai /Ktlnn. under  '.eetlon .'(7. IHII.-.I. .he e.iiiiiu.eneeil. hefore the  ssuance of siie.li Cerl'lfieate of Iiuprovciiiclils,  Dated this lath day of A'uiceM.. I Hi!).  ���������  17 !). : TltO.VA.S UKAIIAM,  6-0-0-0-00-0- 0-0-0-0-0*0 O-O-O-O-OO-O-CHD-O O-O-Oh  ^.T^ntKxajir  Ecsxi -assca ���������"'���������SfcJi  ..0*^^!f7'<\  \l      i  .Mini.;    AN'I)    WKLI,    UC'IITKI-  ^SA.MI'I,!.; |-UC)M.S.    flualcd hy  "-*J������S |k,[, aj|. .(M,i  oit-uipio  i)(,||s iU)(]  HkIiI in every room.   ]>Vco bus inefU nil  ���������trains. '  REASONABLE  RATES.  XifjliL drill Jtonin in connection Tortlic  COIlVCllKillcCOf KliO.ts  lll'l'iVilli; nnd  (](..  partniK hy nlKlii, trnliw.    iroifrly HlrccL  car between hotel nnd .station.  JOHN V. mitt, PROPRIETOR ��������� ��������� ���������  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Notaries Public and Conveyancers  AUCTIC  AND VALUATORS  .  So'lei'Age'nts Sit.cI'gi- Townsito,,,.,, ..-���������,, Fire Insurance,  O  i Money to i-Otiri


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