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 THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  Zbe. Ifcootenste flDail  J'UBLISIIKD EVEKY' SATURDAY  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������HY���������     - '  1?. 1!. CAMPUEbU  PUBLISUKK ASD PllOl'ltlETOK.  "subscription   Pries,   $2.00   Por    Annum  ������3T STKICTI.Y IN  ADVAXCK 'ffS  ADVERTISING RATES.  CONTRACT ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at  the rate of ?1.50 per column inch per month.  Korrpaccsof six column inches or over ������.1  per inch per month.  ' TR -VNSIENT- ADVERTISEMENTS 10c. per  line first insertion. 5c. per line each subsequent insertion. The number of lines  reckoned by space occupied, U lines to tne  , incli.  READING NOTICES 10c. per line each insertion, unless contracted for by the 100  lines. ��������� , - '  JOR PRINTING of every kindat most reasonable rates and shortest, notice.  ACCOUNTS for job  printiiiK  or ndvertisinfr  0 payable on the first of every mom h.  CORRESPONDENCE on all matters of'local  or public interest invited ami carefully con-  i-idcrcil. All communications to ihe bilitoi*  inu-it be accompanied hy tlic name ,of tlie  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  aa nn evidence of good faith.  Address i  TlIK* KOOTBNAY  M.\1T...  JU'vclstoki*, JJ.O.  IlKVKLSTOKK..O(JT. '21,  ISO!).  ' T.v discussing tlie machinists' ipcout  strike* tin*. Coloirst, us imi.il \yitli it-  where it labor union is concerned, can  see but, one side of the <S"-J'st'<"li ,',ilt  of the employer., ��������� It, says "a ^i'.'".^,  fatality seems lo govern llie conduct  of tlie labor organizations. They  managed to interfeie ".villi ininint: in  this province nt the \rr.y moment  when it was most desirable dial ciery-  thing should go on smoothly.,, They  lmve succeeded in ciealing a disturb  iince at a time when owing to the  hi"h price of labor ..and. thu cost of  iron it is cheaper fur our great tran.<-  cdntiuental railway tu get its work  done'iihrond. * * The Canadian  Pacific Railway Company is a business-  corpoiatiun. It is conducted on business principles. It ,vill get its rolling  stiock where it can get it most cheaply.  + * The machinists without steip  ping to consider what the eflect uf  their action would   be upon the future  i]  operations of tne company, have compelled tlie woiks to close." The machinists' n'scDciation is also a business  organization, run on strictlv business  principles. When a few years ago  times were hard, business dull and the  labor ' market over-crowded did the  company stop to consider what its  action in i educing wages and cutting  1  down its weirking staff would   have on  -the   future,   of- its   employees?     Cel-  ' taiiily not. As a business concern it.  saw its opportunity and grasped it.  Wholesale , reductions and dismissals  followed ancl many were diiven across  the line to   seek    employment.       Con-  "ditions are now difl'erent. Labor is  scarce and high priced. Uusiness is  good and the rolling stock of the com  puny is taxed to its utmost capacity  to'handle the immense vol nine of trninc  offered. The machinists saw their !  opportunity.     As a matter of business!  .they    have   taken   advantage   of it t" i  make certain demands   upon   the com- j  mistake, and the placing of this order  litis no special significance. The company has always sent across the line  for most of its locomotives, and a  great majority of those running on  the C. P. lv/'today are of American  make.  So far there is but one paper in the  province which heartilly and unequivocally indorses the action of the recent  tory convention. It is the Vernon  News. ', '   0  METALLURGICAL WORKS  At  Vancouver   is   Most   Completely  .Equipped.  Every milling man in West Kootenay knows W. Pellew Harvey as au  expert, nietallurgist of "long experience,  lmt very few know how complete is his  'establishment for all kinds of assay  work, checking of.smelter pulps' und  toting ores for the purpose ,of ascei-  tainiiig the kind of treatment lwst  suited' for' (heir reduction. An inspection of this plant, one of the best  in the Dominion, 'will  well repay any-  0 ic inlet e-ited in minerals and their  treatment. The staff of assistants ' is  a largo on.*, .-mil evT.v member i-a  ciMtilic.-iled   expert.      They   have   at  1 In-ii- command all the latent iind nini-t  impioved   machinery  and   appliances.  The.lirsl thing that strikes the visitor's eye as In* enters the establishment lit 717-71!) Peiulei street, Van-  i-iiuver, is an immense safe, the best,  ina.de, when* the' ret timing Klon-  dykeiVgold i-- stored. A litrg.* pail*'of  g.-ld .weighimj; scales in*, a "glass case  M.-inds neat. Leaving this room'.you  en'lei*. anolhei* department and (ind a  a couple of experts,'arriving at the  results of a-say.* with scales so delicately adjusted they will give the  weight, of a   pencil   mark   on   a  slip of  paper. b ',  In another leiilding in ,(lie rear are  t'i.. .sampling u-m-k*, furnaces and ma-'  fhincry, and "a complete caiii.l.it i< n  I hint. Here, is a G*il*-s Grinder, nil  automatic amalgamator,'' and other  ii.nehines run hy a Orossh-y. gas engine. wTlu'i-e sevei al furnaei't: a 'gold  melting finnace fur,reducing gold dust  to he run into hricks; one for.roasling  ores, and,a gas finnace. The latter is  heated'by gas, and is automatic iu its  action,' keeping the temperature at  any point desired for' any length of  time.        ' ,  Mi*. Haryey is also the governnient  assyet, and on the ai rival of the gold'  I mm the north il, is weighed, a.receipt  given fur'il. then placed in llie st long  ruonij'or safe keeping until the time  comes for ni'-liiiig it, when it, is run,  into lu-icks and. iis value certified by  lhe assayer; it will then he purchased  hy the' hanks '.at its full vain*,' less fi  a vei y small commission  for  handling  it- *  Mr. Harvey i*- I In- IS. . CJ. agent .for  t/ie patentees of the cyanide process of  I renting, ores and has done a gieat  de.il.of work in *-lhoii* interests. He  ,il-d repi esents several old couiltiV  .Muellers and refineries and will pm-'  chase all gold, silver, copper and lead  (lies iilt'.,.|*ed.  A Member of the Union.  President McKinley has heen elected  a member of the Bricklayers' and  stonemasons' International union. No  21, of Chicago, 111. This was done so  that he could lay the corner stone of  the new Government building on Monday. He will he the lirst President of  the United States, and the first ruler  of any nation to become a member of  the building trades affiliated with the  Buildingl.Trades Council of Chicago.  The laws of this body make it compulsory for the Piesident to have a working" catd in his pocket befoie he could  handle a trowel on any building in the  citvor in Cook county,  111.  CURTAIN RAISERS.  William Dean Howells' novel, "A Has  arel or New Fortunes," is being dramatized by Frank C. Drake for production  next season.  , Victor-Herbert will'compose tlie music  for a new comic opera  which  the  Iio������-  louinns will produce probably in Decern  foer.    Harry B. Smith may write the li  bretlu   ' ...  William Gill, who wrote "Adonis" anej  "The Seven A/;cs" for Henry L3   Dixej  bus just about completed an entirely hum0  work,  in  wiiici*  this comedian   may  b������  loon next season.  Charles \Vyii������IVs*ui will open his new  theater in Loudon next, October with a  revival of David Gunicls. During the  holidays he will present Stuart Ogilvie'a  adaptation of "Cyraae'de Bi'i'iferac.'' a  ��������� Vaudeville tennis arc displaying a.penchant for queer names, a custom heretofore! confined to the soubrette directory.  A pair of gymnasts bow appearing at the*  London music halls rejoico in the unique  names Undah and Ovah.      ,  lime, Modjeska will appear the comir.i.  season in a new play, "Marie k\\\><  notte," by Clinton Stuart. The f>lay r  said to bjve many points of rescinblaiic*  to '���������RohifSpierre," Sir Henry Irving's latest production, containing tho revolutionary characters of Llobespierre, Marat and  Mirabenti, besides those of Kiug Lou>  and the tuifortunnte queen.  ��������� It is said there will be an expenditure  of $100,000 in  the  production  of  "Hen-1  Iliir',' before' the piny makes Its appe-i-v  ancc   at   the    Broadway   theater.   New  York, next November.'   The chariot rac  "is to b9 reproduced on the stage, and '.a  order to get the requisite effect a revolving stage apparatuses.,being.constructed,  so that the audience can be thrilled by  horses galloping at genuine top speed.  NEW  ENGLISH  WORDS.  Canada's Contingent.  , Then  ral  that while Can.id.i will  furiii.-h  regie t  a  coi.-  n;e:i   to   aid    tlie  uerial  puny.    The.   action   of   the company a -j ���������jjl)l,t>ia (vf  few years'ago threw more men put of j t*orc-.*.-, in Smith Africa, there will l.������* tu  employment than tlie closing of tlie , Canadian contin-rent,strictly speaking  locomotive foundry will do, and caused j .Tin* ti oop- from th.* Dominion wil  a. great deal -of distress   along'its line. '. not be in a   corns   hy   llu-u^.dv^,   ufti- j  t   .    i i-i ,i . , . , ret ed   hv   Canadian**,   hut   will   he  ,-<l.-  It is business pure, and simple and not ,,:".., ��������� ,    ,     \  '        '      ,       ,   , . , -ni bed   in   niili-b   r-yuu'T-it-; * .".nil    be j  sentiment that, rules   labor   unions   -^ ' ������������������,,;,.. I.,.= tNh   ,0!lil,M,fi;,,..    Th-*  ll< - I  well as railway companies.      , [ minion will m-t !>" e,ill"d   upon   tu pay i  ,             ������ ,. 'the   nipn   while   o:i    s(.| \ j-f.**   A������    iiii- :  ' mat ter i-necee=>,ii i!v i.i   the   hands  ofJj  - As a result of tlio "literary competition", of the London academy, a list of  new words wliicb have b'ceii added to \.W  English language is givtn to the worW.  It will surprise most persons that sue'/  words ,have been coined  Sinequouoiiynious: Most essential.  Conlluniption: Muddle, catastrophe.  Quinuydingles: Irrelevance and trivialities.      ' '   " .  Whitllcsuent': Object of small importance. " '  T.wink: A testy person full of kink.i  and cranks.   ,  dug: A. greasy mud . peculiar to'tho  'streets of large cities.  Smarmy: Saying treacly things which  io'not sound genuine. <  Flopiilent: One's adipose aunt's nifitb  od of sitting or reclining.  Scrungle: The feeling of hearing a sla'<  pencil squeaked on a slate.  ,. Tilge: Decoction of tea which hassto'd  too long, whether warm or cold.    ,     V  Screul: To' feel the sensation produced  by hearing a kuifo edge squeal on a platfc.  Gluxy: An adjective denoting the quality that is not quite oily or creamy or glutinous, but something of esch.  ' Hoofer: A letter written after staying  with a���������friend to express your gratituda  for tho time spent under his hospitable  roof. ��������� ���������  Bluednnicr: One who declines to go to  church because he says he worships God  more easily "under the blue dome" of  heaven. '   "    ,   ,  Crctioni- An  occurrence which enables  yon to "crow"  over another person, ^ll  is  the  noun  corresponding  to   Mr.   Kip  finu-'s  interjections,   "Gloats,  gloats  and  e'ds."'���������Waverly Magasine.  SECTIONAL SASS.  Notice.  V'OTICK 13 HKItKUy OIVICX that thirty  IN d'O"- from date 1 intonrl lo apply to the  Hon. Chief C'oiiiini���������ioiiei-oi Land** and Wovk-  for a licence to cut anil cirryaw.iy Umbel* from  the following di'herihi'd lands, situated near  Trout Jjike City, in 'J'rout I^uke JJi^trict. We-t  Kootenay. ,  Commencing at u post nt the nmth-ea-t cor  ncrof Georgo (Jleson'.-, jireeiiiinion neai-Trout  L,iku. thenue t-outh H\ cliuins, thence e.-u-t (it)  chain-,, tliciiee north fi) c-hniiis, llienee woi-t 00  eliKins. lhence .south lii fliAin^,' thence wivtfii)  chain*, thence south 20 chain.*, thence oii*t GO  chains to initial po.-t. contaiiiing 4s0,.icreh more  or lens. '  Ala coinnieiicing at a post on the Great  XorthciT trail about one mile up from Trout,  Lake ������ngon road, thence north '20 chains,  thence clrt 50 chains, thence south 40 chains,  thence west 50 chains, thence north 20 chains  to initial po*r. containing: 2iki acre* more or le.s*.  Also coinjiiciicinjr at a po*t, on Lai-deau tr.iil  on Lardi-nu Creek near-J-inilc iio������t. thence west  40 Chains, lhence north 70 chains, thence ea*i  4il chains more or 1<;*������ to har<U-au Creek, thence  followiiif? creek south 7(j chiiins lo initial post,  containing 2iu acres more or less. In nil OtiO  acres. '  KRKD ROJHX.SON'.  Revelstoke. B. C, October 10th, 1HU.  Notice.  VTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN' that thirty  LN days arteiydate I intend to apply to the  Hon. Chief Commissioner of hands anil Works  for a special ltcen*u to cut and carry away limber from the following de*crihed lands, .situated on Trout bake, in Trout  Luke   District^  Commencing n', u i>o*t "t the uen-ili-ca*-t corner of Trout Ijike City townsite at the north-  \ve*l corner of Trout, IJike. runniiig north  2.1 chain*, tliclicc ca*t 40 chain*, thence south 20  chains, thence ea*t 40 chains, thence south 20  chains nioi-u or less to lake shore, ilicnco west  aIniiirlakcidiorc.SO chains, (o initial post, containing K'-rt iici-cs more or le*s.  Also eonuneuciuK at a po*ton the smith shore  of Trout bake about one mile cast of uhutis  known as Six-Mile Point, lhence south 1!)  chains, theneu \ve*t SO chain*, thence north 2,1  chains, thence wcsl liO chain*, thence north 40  chains more or less to lake shore, thence ea*t  along lake shore to initial post;' containing ,'i(!0  acres iiiovc or less.  Al*o ooniiiK'iicing-nt a jioh! on south shore of  Trout biikenta point culled Eight-Mile Point,  thence running in nn easterly direction along  the shore nf Trout Lake.SOcliains, llienee south  20 chain.*, llienee west to cliuins, thence north  20 chains, luore'or less, to initial po*t. contain-  inir 1(1(1 acres- more or ]<'*s-.   In all SS\) acre*.  h .    D.\NIEb IIOIilNSOK,  Revcl*toke. B. C, October loth, 1WKV  Kootenay Lodg-e  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  Tho regular meet ing  arc held in (ho Mns-  oiiicTemple.Bourne'*-  Hall, on the tliird-  '.M outlay in each  month at 8 ]������������������ m.  Visiting brclhren  cordially, welcomed.  G. S. FUNDI", Si;cki:taijv.  REVEISTOJCB l,OI)QJE, I. O. O. ST., No. 25.  ltogulai<iiiu(i|ii|gs arc held  iu O.I.lfellourt' Hull overy  Tliursiliiy night at, eight  o'clock. Visiting brothers  em-din liy welcomed.  A. C.THOMPSON*, Six.  Musical Instruments!  *  .i2^  The laruc.si supply of .musical -joods in Revelstoke,  |l������    such as Violins,   Banjos;   Guitars,   Mandolins,   Mando-  linettes, Auloharps, I'lutes etc.,  also  ever)*, variety of   ������!������*���������  strings for above, at <i  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.'S,  ���������- lievelstuke Station,  13. C. ,  G  4������l>  *  4  P. MOORE, N*. G.  .1. PALMER. N. tl.  .���������   ���������   ��������� i        ii i   ���������        i-i. e     i nn p^r a!  the sidewalk now   Iwim:   Iniilt. was tnr I       ' _    .f_  s|kiii-  Tt lias alwavs   IjOimi   supposed    that  ; ' ���������' Ernvei mil *!i:. iv:s-i .ir--. !*������������������  tilt* w'ii"!<*  ni in.!'_;<.ui'-nt nf lln- i  the purpose  of connectiti?   "'0   upper    ���������.,,._ ti1(.,e ^jmt'hinir left lmt t-- ace.*; t j  and lower, towns.       It,   is not n< w in-    jts di-i-i*ii>n Iny.illy.    PioJiaiily   f'i-nii>  ������ :  I oint    -if     vii-w      tin*     plan "  ,l(l.ip|l'll 'Will pn-Vr. !>"' tl'! I ll.in til it '  wliirli t'niadians ������ni;,!,! n.itiii illy ll.'iVf ,  'IIVl'iTI "il. ' '  A* I heiv i* n ) ii)*' in* of ti-lliiiK m-li.it )  Llie ilfin iii.l- iipo/i f!t.> Ki.npir.' ti iiv In  Ik-I'iii*'' tii"t" i* p*' i''',' .i^i'i't. i"<ii).i'l,i ;  11 i.i V y.-t !l" triv.'n au nj'pni t -t'lit y tin"-  liilnt li'*r jjrr.iti'l'iil lnVi' lur tli" fl.*,r i������. ,  *nii|.' ot ni*i' >v i -,'. Wi-Vl.i uol fur a Jim- !  lni'tit f nicy t hat I li'1 lioi-i-s ,ir.. cup.il-i''  of a pi'iijnniri'il ri-*]*! iiu������'. "i- Ilia' ill'". J  ivr:   ' will nut In* taken i an* of  in   ,t   --t t i*.f.i  tended to build tlio walk up tlif* Pnii������ y niiiiiary  Ins street hill. This is a mistake, a*  this place is danaeious fur pedestrians  , ir. the winter season. in0ii nanow road  with swiftly inoiinj,' teain������. If this  portion of the. sidewalk is not to he  built on account o"* th>* e.\t:a cn*t the  board of pulilic works i-s jiractisincr  vprv poor economy. Many timesthe  cost of this piece of'sidewalk h;i������ heen  Xew   York   people  do  not   admit   that  Chicajo is on the tii.ip. except when tli'"*;  r.-ant   to   borrow   money.���������Chicago   Ii^*  ord.  Xe'w Tork is cxpei-iencinjr nu cpid^ml*  of lockjaw, but so far tho politicins*  b,1ve_niaiiai;i'(l to lijurr in the inimuni  classi. ��������� Washington Post,  With feud<0in tiro roiiiitiri. sm.-illpoj  ",n otlici-s and a political campaign iis  rolv':ii5, the whole ctate, Sister Ken  fucky'n n.'rr������'K nro 'umlr*r a hi; strain.-  St. -Louis Post-Dispatch.-  Chicago ha*' d<*cid'.d not to havo a  stadium for thin yar'.-i fall festival, but  th**- pf' ni -'iters of tli'* iden d'.> il'it f������'cl that  their tin:<- has l><'i*ii nuirelj lost. They  have cdti'-atr'd at lenit a f|ii,iitt*r of th������  people up to l������ii'iwin������ iii'listinctljr what b  (tfldiuni I'.  SE1XIKK LODGB, NO. 18, I, Q. O. F.  3Tecl* every Tuehday  <^r7!S;--^ii--J=!^!=3>>^ cveiiiui{inOddfcllo������b'  -- Bft ������r-*SV Hull ut. t> o'clock.  Visit injf brethren cordially imited to at-  ���������I'-ii'l.  j. ii.ynnic, Six.  COURT IWT. 3EGEIE  I. O. F.Ko. 31C1.  i  Meets in Lhe Oddfellow  Hall Oil llio SPt.QI'd and  fourth Mniidiiys of each  month. Visiting brethren   invited   to  attend.  K.I). J. C.. JOHNSON,  1!. S.  Gold Rango Lodge,  K. of P., No. 26,  ItcvoIstolEC, B.C.  Menla every Wednesday in'Oild Follow*'  H.ill nt S o'clock.  Vihil'iig ICniijhts invited.  J AS. GILli.  C. C.  ,W. MUIiltAV.  %. pKlt.SrS.  II. It. CAMPUBIjIj,  ���������    C. It.  *3  ���������a*3saj   <  o  :'AJSTT  ,Dry Goods Groceries, Ham, ��������� ���������  Miners' and I'rospectoi  ������?lc.  -WIT.*'  OOMPUETE-^^: *':'  HOUSE FURNlSHhb    .  . +���������'.���������^      ,  U K   IMI'OItT nil'KCT..  .  .  1  Japitnesc? Matting*.  AND  ��������� "  Oriental Art Squares  , j  in l.irfri' C|ii,in(it,ieiimd newest, desisnsi. It is .sin-pri*"'-,'  the ricli oH'oets tli.it cm be produced with the.*e goods for  very lit.lle mohjy.  Samples oi Mattings, Etc., Free on Application  ARVJ3Y & McGARTER  uAratrsTKiis, aqtjciTona, v,vc.  Oi'-ricurf :    Moi.soNti   Has if  Hi.ocac,   l!t:vi-.r,-  hTOKK, IS. (.'.  Money to lo.m.  Ollice-: tte^ulwtnke, It C.: l>'orl Steele, li. C-  ������    VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY, LIIVIITED  WHOLESALE -   -  PAINTS AND 0|L������  3G9 Hastings Street, Vancouver:, B. G.'  ��������� Pinnch 9toro; N?:spn. B O, j  Cuo. S. McC'Aitriin,    ���������-  ltci-el-tokc. H. C.  .1. A. II -.i.i i:v,  Korl Steele. I). C.  J.  \V. CROSS, Jl. D.  SCHGBON- TO THIS C. P. II., CITY HEALTH  OFflClin.    -  OlHee: '1'iiyloi* Blcck. Ma< Uenzie Avenue.  A.  n. rroLDion  ex pen'led    this   ������������������(won    for   nrpi  ments c������f far   more    douhtful  SIMPLE SALVE.  In Finland nnd Ibni'lnnd nniber o(l If  b'-lii'vei! f b������> ii cit'iin rme for rh<>iima-  ti'Uii.  n<-ut'it*;in  at.d  *iinil;ir troubles  utilitv.  If nn.r foi(ij;n  Kiib*-t-i,'i<.e ia nw-illowi!  ti.i'v f,i>hini'i uiilioni   a.iv   I'mThci   im I     -vhirh is ������h.*iri>, a ni-cdb*'. f'tr irist.inee, do  ,i i  Thk court of revision inv Revelstoke riding will *-!t. N"oveinber (itli  Those, intending to io������i.stf-r iliouM do  so at <*mce. If a vo'er's , name is not  on the li->t at the sittin^of this couitit  will take some week*- to place it there  and in the meantime many things  may    happen   in   the   political   woi Id.  Tjik aiinounceme.iit made dining (iie.  progress o' the machinist,,' strike that  the C. P. IL had sent to   an American ' -,n v to l,<  firm an order   for   thirty   locomotive*, ' ���������'"!'") i'mlV^ (i-*'liliiiK  the  i.ntion   will    i,oi.  ���������ipnil III''  coi'iliii*   : ilil'  Wlli'll    th,- Inn f    ]  ti\' \\ ai- Iia* u>icy   \i ���������'���������])    i,_"lit,.(l,    on   mi'-  e.in pt'i'l 1'inl to-j.-iv wli.'ii it will '*-<iin- I  1 kindled. Ollli'l' lialio-in^ have -.hewn ]  ' no dis|io������ii ion In nit^t IVre, lni( our'  1 fm'iire is not lov.'d in t'oici^'ii court', i  ' when* jenlou-y of otu-  froivncl   d.'ii.o- <  eraey I'liud* lhe .judjruwiit of rulers |  j and *lati*smcn. An alt-'ii'id nir<v lie'  ' .mule In'|ake advaiilau;e   of  iio*tili(ic* |  in .Soil! li A fin.i lo -ctll'. *oii).* othi'i |  ', inn 11 I'M to I he  di-.nl*. .nila^i-   of   (rpnl  Ihilaiii.    Tin*  lining   onf,  of   ,i   flying |  *ou.iilion iiirlicil cs Ilml, lln* i np.'i'ia' 1  ' . .     . i  i  .nil hoi it !(��������������� iffo^'lK'/.i* I h.if   It    l-i    m-r-i's- |  ANAJ.VTK',W. cm.*:.MlST .\XD  ASSAY Hit.  'iiny.il ^i-hnnl of Mine*. London.  Seicii j Our* at. .Mnrf.i Work*, Simiii-ich,  .  .Sci i-ii'een   j(-.ii-s   Chief   Chemist   to  Wi^.m  Coiii Hint linn (.'o.. i'ln^.  l^Ue ('li"nn*t .ind A**,i.vci'. It,ill Mines. |,(d.  Kv-ry (k's|i|'i|ili'i||   of  .i--aj   nnd   nimlj tlciil  >vork liudi'i tnUon.  Cl.iiin-' exiiiniiii d .mil reported unoii.  KKVKI-STIJKK. H. C. 1-'  -BAUER & ASHOBOPT,  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,  MINIKC BNGrNEiSItS,  "Snrvejur- of Mmr-, Miii'-rnl C'IiiIihh ihu! Crown  1.1111'lr.,  leLeiiiiai!, MePeely & Company, Limited,  JOO to a i p UADRU/A'RE ! P!i,,u'',,," ��������� ?ii,SP!  luLtdftLL nAnUW-Ant! w������������.i M���������������.m-, ������-���������;.(,*&  Tiliiif?.       jMA.JKSTR!   STKHL   RAiVUKS'  fpr   Hold   and   Fam'ily. Use  " ��������� Miners" and Mill Supplies. ' '  Vancouver,  ISi'.inclii's at Dawson  Cilv,  mil   'JMIiiifir.  British Columbia,  A lliu and Bi-nnett.  not t'ivo nn rim-lie,  lint confine the diet  to nm-died poiiriciCK for fvi-o day*.  The nuiin roa*ioti "*hy cou'-nirnptiTes  ire tftit to N''V������ Mexico is tli.it it Is nl-  way* warm enough th^re to utay out  doors. Staying out of doors is <h������ specific for almost every ill.  J)r London Carter Gray says that ������  healthy person in rr.i'ldl'* nye needi eight i       jJ!f  hours'  slfi-p.     If one  wastes nn  hour in j   trying to, cet .to =leep, he must add  that j  hour  to   the  right.maklnif  nine   in   nlj. I Qq]^,     Silver,    Lead,    and  Tlio  alarm  clock  kills more people Uian | ������������*  w.-ir does. '  VANrouvicn, m. c.  SOME CURIOUS  RINGS.  i  Copper Ores  w. pellewIabvey  THE B. 0. ASSAY AND 'OIIEMIOAL SUPPLY CO! (LIMITED).  '     (La11* Mm K.-iiI.iik. tV; Co.)  VANCOUVER,    B.  C,  \\'.'aie M.intir.iclnii'i's ami ,tli:(.;.|, Iii||iiii-t.<i-s, ,-nu| c*.|i*i*y a Lir^-* slnck uf  U.iI.mici.s. Kiin-aies, Jj'in'Clay wnuil*, Srii'iitilj:-and l������i*,|c|.i(*.*|'l l^nijk*, Cjl;i'-}-\vi|j*i>l  I'lHlimnii wiiiiil-,Ai*i(l*.CJhi*iiiii*al.saii(l all ol iic-i-A ss.-t y������������"t-'.- n net M i him-'.-*' icii imi-imi t'-i'i t m  Suli' Ayi-iits lur Moigaii Ci ncilik* Companl, 'B.ilLcrsca, IJci-kci* Sun.*' Ual-  .iiii*i'-*. ������������������((���������.  C.tlalujriii; and I'nll. pari ii'-nlars mimit nil Mpplical ion.  J',,TmlrJl  Largest and Best  Ki] nipped flutcl on I hi'Coast,  I'lvciylhing ni'vy anil np-  to-dati'.  Popular Prices. Free Bus.  VICTORIA,  BRITISH COLUMBIA    Stephen Jones, Prop.  AL   HOTEL  was used by those opposed to combinations of labor as grounds for declaring that the unions wore driving bus;-;,  nessiout of. the country, ��������� .This is n  fn  D'Tinn. the French invant. wnr*. a rin< '  ircpari'd for anv I'Vfiit nally.      set  wl'.h n  tonlli "f  Wiltnii-r-.  An Kn*.'lislini.iri oivtii n sold ring "������*l  with a , mriiiii I in o -i.iintinj*; hy (Iniveii)  of th** eyt' of (Iciii'srr.  I'rlnrr of  U'iiIch.  A tooth of Sir Nnnc Xcivtoii iva. imlij  to n iinlilciiiitii in 181.(1 fur r. Ini-^r Mim.  Ifi* h.-'il it'���������plnrril in n rin������ ^ml vror* it  i*(jii.������.tr.t'itl.v on.hie fiuscr.   .*  ilood   i*   up.   and  (like   vi v   miifli  "iii1   without    i-csi.piinj<    it  vi ct, ,-i.rini--. .So 0/iiin.dn may \UA. lwivi-  all the cliancc she cmiid a*k "for' Lo  provu. lit'r iiicLLli*.'--Oo!oiii.iL(.  W.  E.  PORAN, Proprietor.  riollv Firsl, CIns-���������Good  82 and S'LoQ per U.iy.  Corner Hastings andj Cambie Streets, Vancouver, B.C.  Nou nnd Modern nnd Striollv Fir*l. CIns-���������Good Siiiiiplo llooin*?���������  l:.il(j* 82 and ?*i.uO per Day.  ,. .,  IvG.VS., KtCi- ���������,. .      .*.'-.'.  A-iAhy (itiiMi ii'i'l M':tii!lili'i:li:;il,.Works,  v'ANcp'ty'Vf.;'!:,.,!}. q!'     .  ,-',iiiV;itiiiX \y,i<rk!'. T17-710 rVjiiili-r Hl.ruut.  I- 11 i'f pa rod   t.o   p*,t'\ Iiiiii.f   tin.1   nho'vo ..h'Iiksch  ,,r   ofhM tin-  t-l'J   fnlliiwiiiif   Kii^-IIkIi  Iiouhc.'S' I  ���������vlioin ho r,i',:,f:KCiil-'.i-'l/,:   "  Vi\ (.i.n <-������ Ho.-J. .SwuiHwi.  Klllotts Metal Co.  I.t').,   I','..rr.vp',i-t. .Hoiith   Wall.--.,   Snioltiiiv,  ', Itcli.i f.s, iJi.'Hilvorlxcr*', Manufrictiirern.  OncO'iriK   uoiiHor   pulpa  a   spooiftlty  ���������-on   a   i'i*o\vd(*d    sfi*e������L��������� wouldn't  J excite a tillii'of Llm intciost amnnR  {���������linp'pL'i-s.'tliat'.lhif' prices R. S, WILSON is quutinfr on I'lMdy-mailu  ���������sCJl.oLliiti'g.iire iloiiig. ���������  "     '^1  ���������s,������i������ THE KOOTENAY MAIL
ON  AN   OLD  BATTLEGROUND.
Vr.ll.;.  t <\ f.iinil-inil meet (lie wept,
I"   -j.''    nn]  ���rriJi] ami grem;
O (!ii.,i .inJ viiii'j.nd, hong and rest,
'M.!.:*; tlnii uU world wars haie been.
Our (lit- elcm-pr'} lightly sings
'i'j.j Inl. tn ilie f.illin:; sun,
<J\c r i!>il  :;].,..<. of far off tiling's
ArJi oid was loit and won.
A:*il dmt UiL-'In'lla wlierr, long ago
mijii'jc oh] \\tr!d  warriors met,
lib',  f.ie-l tlic purple \iiic}ard5 grow, '
iio,->   v.cl! tlic (it-Ids foi get!
- An!,in J. Siiingcr in ASnslce's Mnjra7ine.
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IHTBLLIGBHT,?
LIOM. i
A Lion Sloi-./That Equals Some   X
Fish Stories. 4"
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vw-x-x-:-'!*
By Crittenden Marriott
"Thi-," said ilio Africnii traveler as
lie lcm'..|.|l :iioiiud hini, "is not a lie,
tlin'i^li it may *t-ein mi to any one want-
iii^ , iii *.,!'IK'ient. intelligence to realize
that trill I, il.ies not,need to be roasouu-
'   l.'le.
'"It !ui|';viie<] n pond jnsiny years niio,
on my n-iy tiiM trip tu Afiici and at
a linn* wlii-ii ! *,'*,,i.s e-jin-idei-al-ly youtwr
, Limn I aia i!i.v\. 1 Ian] -.tartoil not tli from
���Inliainn*-lull'!',with an i\\, iviipiii and a
[Kiity nt i-mu-.v'iih who knew ,-iliini*t as
little ol' llie iiiU'i im* nf Al'iica as 1 did.
���'When'we li.nl nekked north fat* alinilt
a ininit il. we eaine to a place wiiii-li was
clearly iiii|..i**alile .iliinii the route that
we h:"l lu'ijii piirsiiin-r. However, ,*>ve
didn't mind that much, a.s we-hail iutcmiJ
oil to *tn|i fin a day or t\v> tu re>t the
oM-ii ^i> we oiiL*iiiunie(l and hadti a ��<><Hl
iii;;!.l'* ie*l. anil the next iiuiriiitii; M'tit
'.out tMii I'.-i'i li'-s, ('mi. to the ea.*t and the
other in li!-.- \M'!-t. to M-arili for n'pa-'s.
-,'TI'e   u'.ii'.i   (.nc-i'-to   lemaiii   with   the'
v, ai;oii*  \ie-.e a  hi^ Knu;ii*hiii:in, *i.s , native li'.|.\* anil mw-ll.    We loafed .u-ntiiitl
,   camp all day. thejiny* kcepim: elm-i- to-'
;:etl.ei  and  j.-il'l.erin*: away a  pmil  deal.
Tiie iu1.*.'. :i:i>.-i)i!!*i ..\i*ry one of them had
d^.i;i.i-.".. ".1..1M 1 iu-inI of ��ui lisrlitiM* camp
lui iiiiiit'., im li'.jlniu our Mirpln*- liu-ai'in*-*.
had di**.t| peine.l v. ilh Iheln    >\'e had jn-t
one  ride,   lie!ni!-ii:m   to  tin*   KujilUliiuaii,'
and one nu*ei ,-.!i!e lii t'i* |>i*tul which hail
cot'.'e out of lhe',-ok. Iieloujrius to me.
'    ,    "Wli. n   lie   lealb-.eil   the  Munition,   the
Kn^'i-lr.n.iU   v.voie   in   a   blood   cm-illing
fii-~hii.il and *t,ut'eil nut in run dawn  llie
boys, thi.in'-: lii* idle with liiin. He never
cii'.:.*  back    ami   1   never   heard   of   him
'.!'!.
'iVi'liru I'letdirj dii'iv hear. 1 lie-;.iii' to
p \ uneasy '.lleie I was.' alone in,n
Miaimcemintry, TO mile* frum a village,
with no weapon e\cept a worthless pistol and '\\ 1:1. bea*-:* rnnnriii;; nil aroimil
use. We heaiil lions nearly every nijdit
for a week, but li.nl kepi them well away
by a elide of .brtr*lr liies. Of eoiiri-e I
:ii'i'i:lit ti-ii to keen the.*p un tliat nie.lit.
but knew"it wnulil be yeiy 'dillicult when
1 was all by myself.. Moreover, when, 1
went oat in the afternoon to drive up the
o*ie*i to lhe ii'iKons wliero I could hitch
tho in fin the ni'-'hi the lirnlus heeaine
friiilneni'd and linally Ji'-oke away in n
wild s-taiiipiUle and vnni^ied from view. .
' "1 knew neither of ilie exploiiiift parties '�� ,1 - iikcl.i to be" back till tnoi ning.'
- and s) i di'leiliuiii'd jo sleep, i)l a tfee
Jjn 1 1','U' the ground ffee'fo'r any lions
e ilia! liked to nive'*tij:ate the wagons.anil
their ii.iireMs It v, .;.* linn* thai 1 was
chii'I'.y nil-aid of. .and 1 had read some
e,lii'i-e. |)i*'ol',alil\ in a copy book at school.
,tli,U i!-,*-e animal* couldn't climb trees.
Tin- 1 '">k-* didn't say anyihini; about
.'.liei: !"'i"<i;=!: i-ite!!i-,ehC{-,'liuj j was to
find ih -; out fnp myself!
'Tu ttf,:*-'" n I found a convenient tree,
one ih.it hid no biir limbs near the
Hi-'-u'id -mil tii.it (lid have two or three
p:-i iiy v, el! v.y. to which 1 could ban-,',
, swiii; ley h.-n ua.ick and let the vain
ivoi'.d i.o A little way fi'iove these then
li i:::L li ,<1 been b**oken short off. so that
it vya*; li-'i po.;*ible to telieat hisrlier up
Bi.! a< I '.vas a :>;ooii 30 feet iiboye
pi. -.-������I ,'s it *,vii* i, iliqusht myself per-
feitlj  safe.
"hi eleaihis the smaller branehes out
r.f tlie ��ay of my hammock 1 used a
small *av. -vliich the native^ liaij forgot-
nn Wiui! 1 had fi:ii.*lied. I fortunately
iiu'i": it mi'a t\\:*: close beside uie instead
.'it' tak,;:.: it down to llie wir^on "iijiain
'lli.it bit of e.��.iel"s*.ne.-:s saved my life.
"When ni,u;!.i tell. 1 ale my supper aiid
clii'i!'*"! to ii',i any restim; place, smoked
a li'iai and iried to -;o to sleep, but the
, cii1ei;u-.*t".iiiii's .wi'i'K >;;;! condlicivp to
f-luir.l.i r. ami the rii'in.-i'iitic lieiitity of the
spot undei tiie soft beams of the tropic
ui'ioii I.e.' t me awake,for hours.
"���rinallv 1 slept jjihJ did H"l awaken
iiiitil nearly ni'i'niini;. The moon-was low.
bill -til! threw a *,'ond deal of li.dit on the
(.'i-'ii-.i-d.' and **howed a iiuniber of dark
ft.*'.!** movim; lieneaili ,1110. My heart
juinppoil into my mouth and ytaii] there,
:i:''l I y.-i-ii'd the r'riiieiilouVlittle revolv-
l-i; 1.; my belt ill an a-iony of fear. 1 felt
Ci'llnm at otife tliat the hearts below me
.'were li,-r*. and evi 11 as I watclu'd a
-��� tliiuid ���:.'".< rear siiowed that I did not
ii-.:.*;.-'ke ,A lii-n's roar may soimd tnore
oi le*.* ffiiiteiniijilil" when i{ c()ii)(..s from
the ot her -ide of ihe iron bars of a curo,
liiii it i* ipiite a dilVercnt tiling when
heaid in the open.
���'After a tine I recovered my nerve
nr.rt ln'r-in to take iu(ere*i in the scene.
Afle;' all. I tliotiirlit. the lions could not
le.ich u:e whete I was. and ih.c.Y W'Udd
piob.ili'y ;:o nwny at daybreak, which
wn-* noli not far ilUtniit. I could affoi'd
to >.;*ii!i. a I the hm:e beasts 11- they roiled
over taili oilier like kittens at play.
'Tieiilly lhe idea came Int'1 my head
that I omdit to Im:: oik*, of them, and
ivitlintit 'ieppin-.' to think I drew my fool
pi*-tol and bla/ed away at the lui'fiest.
Sti*aii'.:e to ��>.v. I hit him. Sever before
and never afterward did 1 hit anything
at w!ii"h I In ed with tliat pistol, but I
did tii.it  time.
"Tin- -.'*(.\1 bride ;riivp n short snarl of
ran* ami peeii-d around for the person
who had *o spitefully li*ed liitn. It did
not lake him bna to loc'iUe me in the tree,
and in '-pile of myself I shivered when 1
"M\v the 1'inli of cold malevolence with
vdiiih li1* regarded me. The others o.'ime
up and li'ked his wound and srazed at
n*.e and e.\pi-e*sed tlieir iii(li*,'iliili"U by
ropeuled 1011-. It was a mo*t ttnromroit-
iible eM)i'*i"me. ami I wished 11 ��:ii 11 and
nm.in "ll,""! ihe.v would turn their nttcn-
li'ii .| e'.-lieie. The conci-iitraled stares
of a d'i.eii ���]\::v\ pons, is no jol:c to a
ma.1   i.f  *!���!*.itiie  teuiperainenl   like  my-
*���''''f ' ' .
'.'"After !,i'\\hlle the  wounded Hon seem-
t-u to hebiiiniOu't; u Bpuegb tb'-iha otheru,
who responded by short roars and vindictive fdnnccs at uiy unfoitunate self.
Of course 1 can't be certain as to what
be was sayinjr, but 1 feel sure that it was
embaiT.-ibsundy personal. When he fiu-
inhed, they all roared in concert, and for
a moment, I hoped that they were jroin::
away with nieiely aa oi'uressiou ol their
contempt. f.
"Hut I was soon undeceived. The lions
formed in line about 100 yards away.
Then the first came toward me with a
sort of bounding gallop just like an athlete preiiarim; for a high jump. When
lie was near enough, he bounded into the
air straight for me, but the tree was too
tall, and he fell short and went rati ling
down to the ground with a snail the.I
sounded remarkably like a human curse.
'One after sunt lier all the lions had a try
at the jump, but all failed to reach the
limbs of the tree.
"Finally the old lion called another
consultation, and when it broke up,I *aw
in his eye that sometliin-; was going to
happen. About tfO feet away from my
tree was the stump of,another some .")0
feet limb and studded from top to bottom
with the remains of dead branches. If it
Should fall over toward me, it would certainly catch on by a projecting branch of
my tree ami would furnish a nicely inclined plane up which a whole tribe of lions
could easily walk. I did not realize this
at 'first, but nevertheless, as the lious
walked over and took positions bemud, it,
,1 slmdder.ed with apprehension.
"The big wounded'one was the first to'
act. Hounding gracefully along the
ground, he sprung high in the air and
struck the dead Mump somo 13 feet above
the ground, making it quiver and creak.
It did not fall, however, and Ihe lion
dropped to the ground. He was quickly
followed by another and another and another, each springing against the stump
with all his might, until to my dazed
eyelts the" air seemed full of tumbling
lions. '
''Hut the stump held splendidly, and I
was beginning to reel safe again aiid to
take some interest in tbe unprecedented
show when the, big one ayain called a
confcfeiico. The stump was held from
falling by 11 large root that extended directly away from my pos'Moii, thus exciting its greatest leverage against the
efforts of the lions. It lay in plain sight
on the surface of the ground, and you can.
imagine how "iy heart s:i?d; when I saw'
the lions form in a double row along it
and proceed to claw it up. Then I knew
the end was near. Deprived of that root,
the stump would fall at the first assault,
mul an instant later the lions would be
upon me, Already I could feel tlieir jaws
crunching my bones.
' "Suddenly a last chance entered i,my
head. There was but one,branch on my
tree, that extended in the proper direction to catch the stump as it fel|. If'I
c.quld' cut that off.' the stump might miss
pie ami SQ crashing ia thp ground. Fortunately 1 bail al band the saw of which
I spoke a moment 1 ago. I seized it and
began to saw through tho limb. You can
imagine how 1 worked, but the wood was
green and the saw small, and 1 .made ,
slow progress. ' Hcsides, the lions heard
the saw nnd probably guessed, \vlpit I
was-rjoing,  for they 'redoubled,'their e.f-
fqi'l5-;
"At last the branch was half sawed
through, but the root was wholly gone,
and the lions backed away nnd formed
up for'.the spring.' The big lion again
took the lead.') Swish! be^caino through
the air, striking the stump at least 20
feet above the ground. It reeled, creaked
'and fell slowly'at first, \lut'V\Ul Kullipr-,
ing, speed,' pr:*sh! it; came against my
linili, 51 ml the next-second the whole'
sti-'uiq oNions was.swiiruling up It.
'���Hut their haste saved my life. A
largo lion .weighs quite a quarter of n
ton, and when font* of them were on the
trunk their combined weight proved too
much for the half sawc-.] lini'icli. }i gave,
way, twid sunup, n,*ui branch and lions
went..clown 'ii'l ii' heap together, while 1
clung to the rem a i uder of the tree, with
a great gash across my knee, where, the
big lion had touched me before lie fell.
So near a thing it was!   '
"Well, there isn't muc}> ���y1rii;ci jq \?\\.
���'\\)u (ions '.fj-qUttij iliigustpd, as they proli-
ably we're, a'n,d they" all walked, sedately
n'way. Tliree hours later the OKplorip-j
parties, came buc|^
"JJid they .believe my account of the
night'' Of course they did. Hadn't 1
the trees, nnd the sawed limb, nnd the
gash in uiy knee to prove it"*1"���Philadelphia Press.
cea
A Mind Itcn-llni*; Tripli,
"The mind reading trick of finding concealed articles is absurdly easy," declared
a New Oflean-i newspaper man. "It can
he done by almost anybody of ordinaly
intelligence.    The way to go. itl|(*(u( ii Ig,
assistant, luiim-o-u yqu wiin a iianoner-
chief and lend you to another apartment.
While you are absent some small article
is hidden anywhere they'choose.
, "On your return take the'hand of the
person who did the hiding, tpl| every body
to t|iin|- jil-qut the place, of concealment
iiiuj startiii ci'rtiti around the room. Let
yourself be perfectly passive and stop
when you feel an impulse to do so. Then
sliotch out the hand that'is being held,
grope about, still passive and still ql.iey-
iug impulse only, iind thrcp times out of
live you'll Ilml the nrticl'p.
"That sounds strange, but It's true.
If you don't believe it, try for yourself.
Vou will improve by practice, by the
way, and linally you'll hit it almost cveiy
time. It is capital amusement for a little
evening party, hut I would wan* yun nut
to be discoiirngi'd by a fpw failures nnd
not to itiii'iiiil niiy' laughing or giggling.
The 'secret of tlic thing is undoubtedly
unconscious muscle reading, but 1 have
not bothered my head about theories.
The facts me ns 1 have stated."���Now
Orleans Times-Democrat.
A Mr. >Inlii[>i'<>u,
One of Cleveland'*) sudden rich citizens
is credited with 11 number of Malaprop-
isms that would have filled Itichnni
Brim-Icy Sheridan's denr old lady with
profound envy.
Some time ago n friend called his attention to a certain popular young doctor who spurts 11 haiid*ome beard.
'*1 wonder why Dr. Dash wears nil
those whi*kersV" remarked the fiiend.
"I suppose lie wears them." said the
sudden rich 111:111 in a profoundly sns.v
cinqs tone, "to give himself a more matronly look."
Our hem saw .lulia Marlowe n* Rosalind, and ciime nu ay from the opera
house qtiile delighted.
On tlie street car .1 friend asked him
how lie liked the performance.        (-,
"Il W'l* splendid." he an*wi>rod. Then
lie wisely ndded. "What n pity it is that
that Jinan didn't write some more plays!"
-Cle.Vvhiud Plata l)��al6.*,  *.���*.,,
MEW THE CRITTERS
SHE WAS THOROUGHLY  POSTED CN
THE TRIBE OF  HUSBANDS.
Her L]*j><_'rK'iic*e Wa> u* Woiidet-fnl
:i.s Iter IiitiiiiMit i\ c::t,-?,s��, i-.iic! HotJi
-Were- Turned Loose cm llie I'relty
Girl'Who Said  She  Wait  I-Jiiij.'Jged.
The conversation began in the Kiie fer-
i.\ bunt, poiug over: The young woman
was prciiy. Her hair Mas vinli-mli unburn. There were many vacant M-ats in
thu boat, but the elderly stotu \voniau in
- liliick and a whi-kered mole on her chin
sat down in Hie seat next the young woman. She was due of that sort of elderly
stout 'Wfi'..-.en, not too uncommon, who
seem blii'lened with the fear,that if they
,don't begin to talk with you on the cars
or ou tbe boat or in the stage the moment they set lie down you will think
they don't want to be agreeable. She
glanced at the positive hair of the pretty young woman and at once had her
doubts as to whether it was so by nature
or by art. Vigorously agitating the at-
liio-splie'rc- a moment wilh her fan, she
turned to the pretty yoiing woman and
said in a robust voice:
"Nasty weather!"
The young woman replied, with a little'
start   at   the  suddenness  and   rotundity
of Ihe remark; tliat it was,' and then the
stout, ebletly woman -.napped out:
"Vou look to me jest as if you was go-
in to the,train to meet somebody."
The pretty young birl blushed to the
color of her hair and then smiled and
said .yes,' she was. The stout woman
did not pause long.    ,
"He you ingaged to him?" she asked.
There was no doubt from the expression on the pretty young woman's face
that the'stout' old woman was a mind
reader.
' "Thought"so," said she, "but 1 hope he
ain't a railroad man" Don't never marry
a railroad man. I.awsf They're liable to
be smashed up any time, and then they
have setch all pervadin chance's for llirt-
511-    1 hope he ain't a railroad man."
The young woman smiled and said he
wasn't a railroad man. ,The stout, elderly woman glanced'suspiciously at the
young woman's red hair again. She had
strong doubts of it, that was plain,
''I hope you ain't goiu to tell me he's a
hotel keeper," she resumed. -'Massy on
us, don't you do it! My first husband
was'a hotel keeper, and he fell down the
elevator and had forgot to have his life
insured. It riles me yit when 1 think of
the forgitfulness ' 0' that man. Please
don't tell me yourn is goin to ho a hotel
keeper. "^ <��� *
The young woman 'relieved the stout
woman's mind, lie wasn't a hotel keeper. , . "~:=s="
��� "Ain't a sojer, is he.?" nnd the inquisitor seemed anxious. "Think twice before
you marry a sojer. Sojer clothes is de-
ccivin, and they draw women like 'lassos
does flies. You better think twice before
you go and marry a sojer."' i
The young woman said' she hadn't
thought twice, but she wasn't going to
marry a soldier., '    , '
"���Then," said the elderly stout woman,
"1  s'posche's a travelin ,'ni'a'n.    Well,  I
hope neither one 0' you" will be sorry,"
nnd she glanced again nt the girl's bend *
and  shook  her "own.     Travelin   men   ia��
away from home a lot, 'cause- they havo
to  be,  though seme ot lem  stays away
longer, than they have to, and 1 know it!
Nobody knows what they're up to when 1
they'ro away cither.   Travelin man, hey?
Well, I hope neither one o' you wou't be
sorry." ��� > <������
The young woman tossed her head and
said he wasn't a traveling man.
"Some girls fancies Btpa.inboiiteiN," the1
f-loi|t elderly \voman resumed, "nnd maybe yours (.*. Don't marry ,*i steaniboater,
whatever you do. My second husband
was'a steaniboater, and the b'iler busted
and blowed him into more'n a thousan'
pieces! I always feel terrible jnil o.ut
when 1 look at his pictur1 hangm over
the injinti-lplpet*!. Stenmbofiters is mighty
uncertain, 'miss, "fain't a steaniboater,
hey?' Well, now, I'm nma-dn glad to ,
hear it! Hut if he's a dry goods man he
ain't much better. Sm'ellin the dyes in
the calico and t'other things is terrible
injurious, nnd dry goods men never live
out half their.days. ,And evep if tho dyes
don't kill him h��'U see *he women that is
jdinppiri nil the time, and there nin't no
iellhi where he'll laud. 1 wouldn't mar-
i-y a dry good.-*' man If I'was you."   .
The young-woman said she didn't intend to.
"Well, a grocer is jist as bad, and I
don't know but he's worse, 'cause grocers
always has si'tch dirty hands,"- sliid the
uldeily stout person.. "My third husband
was a grocer, and setch hands us he bad!
Massy! liiiouKl) to make you wonder!
He got killed, poor man, .liy a bar'l o'
'lasses rollin on to him. A woman can't
naturally be expected to feel happy as,
the day when she knows her hip-liaml has
hands Unit no snap hii] git a hitch 011 to
aiu| js liable any' minute to be fetched
home'rolled out flat by a 'lasses bar'l. and
I hope you won't go to the altar thinkin
that she kin.'' , .
The young woman said that she would
not. because she wasn't going there with
a grocer. , ,
"'Then you're lucky." said the elderly
t-tout woman���"that is, pervidin you ain't
goin to marry a machinist. Don't do
that, whatever you do! My fourth bus-
band was n machinist, and I never kin
forgit tho day they fetched him home 011,
a board. I didn't reco'nize him. They
told me n belt o|* sometliin had slipped
l(io?p and fetched him miuio swipes in tho
face and tossed him around the shop considerable. Poor,Jasper! 1 promised him ���
on his dyin bed that I'd never marry another machinist, and I never 'InivtSJ I
hope you"���
The boat banged into the slip just then,
and the pretty young woman rose iind
walked forward. The stout elderly woman followed along. As they passed off'of
ihe boat lhe stout elderly woman, speaking liiud.snid to the pretty young woman:
������What did you say your'u was goin to
be?"
"lie's going to be an instii-anee agent!"
replied the young woman, and she said it
vi;ry sboit and snappy.
"Massy lands!" e\clainied the stout elderly lady.    "Don't!    My fifth"���
I'll! ihe pntiy young woman had hurried on In mi'fl the iriibi. The stout fiddly woman watched her until she dis-
appi nreil.
, "Insurance agent, bey?" she said.
"Well, if that red bend o' ber'n is natural In*'* goin to lake an ex try hazardous
ii*k. I kin say!"
And ihe *i"itt eldeily, woman, with a
giim smile, l.oaidcd a lloboken car.���
New York Sun.
Opposite the Station,
"Navy Cut'' is the best English
Tobacco that can be bought.
*/fft> tins 40 cents. ���
PHONOGRAPHS $10 EACH.
Newly Opened
Furnished and Supplied
'A FIRST CLASS HOUSE
L A. SNOWMAN, prop..
There is no doubt that the best instrument "f.-civilization is au ayi'c.'able howe.
- ilvMlv UvaUter,
S00' PACIFIC LINE
'' . i
Amelia's. Great
t        ^       i
Trans-Continental Route
Quick Time!
Good Service!
First Class and, Tourist Sleepers
From Oeean to Oeean!
Tickets I-stieil Through   and Baggage.
Chocked tu Destination!
Daily Trains
Kasl ,.    REVKLSTOKE       .,     ,   West
8.-20 leave , lcine 17.30
TO A'Nl) 1'HOM KOOTKNWY  I'OtXTS,
8,10 leave   ' ' ' arrive IG.Jj
'      , * '        ,
The   Canadian .Paeifle
[ r i
Steamship 0o.'s
,  STEAMERS
I ROSSLAND ;.-ind KOOTENAY
Loayo'Arrowheail dnily for nil' iminU in Krot-
'   en'ii.v, inakiii!*; coiuic-clion at, Naki^l: for nil
points on'Xiikiis]) '&-  Sloea.il.  railway  i>na
Slocan Lukd., - \"
Clo;3 connection ut. l.'otisini .for Nelson anii all
Kooteniij* Ijiko'an-1 llivcr noiiiis, anil for
Trail. Itossliuul anil points saubli.
Kor full' infornirtion, tickets, ninp.s, etc., cull,
on or n'lrticsb
' T. W. BRADS1IAW,
Agent, nevelstoke.
Or to ' '' '
W. K, AN'DKRSOX, K. J. COYLE,.
Trav. Puss. Agent.     ���     A. G. P. Ab'cnl,
Xi-Kom. RO. Vnnconvcr. R.C.
Kootenay Railway &
"^^Navigation Company
(Iperatinj; Kailo & Slocnn Railway,
IiiLei-nnUcnal XaviKUtion & Trading
, Company.
Schedule of Time���Pacific Standard Timo
'    .      KflcctivoJiniol!). '!!).
��� Kaslo & Slocan Railway
Passenger train for Sainton anil way station",
leave* Kaslo at X a.m.;, daily, letuniii'i^, leave-
Sainton at, 1.1a p.m.; arriving at ICaslo 3.jm p.m.
Intornatioaal Navigation and Trading
- _--.=--=--= Coiniian.y
OpovattiiK.on Kootenay Uiko and lli\er.
S.S. Inti'.hnationai. leaver Kaslo for Xelson
,-it (i nan. daily except Sninlay; returning, leaves
XoNon at, 'l.'KI p.m.. cilling at, Iialfour, I ilot,
Pay, Ainswoi-tli, i-nil all way points; connects
willi ���.(eainei* AUici'lsi lo and Irom Dmmcr's
Ferry. Idaho; ul-o with S. ]>'. & X. train l.o and
from .Spokane, at Kivo Milu Point.
S. S. Ai,iti:i*TA lc.ivc.-i Nelson for Roiinci-'s
Kerry, Tnciitnys aiiil.SiiUinlay.s nt, 7 a.m., moet-
ing 4t;c,imur Jiitui'iintioiiiil fi'om Kaslo al, Pilot
Pay: rctnrnin-;, leaves 15i)iiii(sfVl*'crr.v at 7 a in.
Wednesdays, l'Yiilny.- nnd Sunday*-, connecting
wirli Mcanicr International mid for If aula.
Lanlo. and Afgcntn. Direct, connections imidc
at. Ponnci-'s Kerry wllh('ro*il. Northern ttiiilwny
for nil poinlh ciiht and west. *
Lardo-Duncan Division
Strainer lnlcnintion.-il leaves Kaslo for I/irdo
mul Argcntn at S.Ij p.m., Wednesdays and
Fridays. ,
.Siciinier Alliei'ta lcnvcs Knslo for hnrdo nnd
.\J--feiilil nt S il in. .Sundays.
Sti-nniQi-s cnll nt pi-incipn] Inndiugs in liotli
ilii-cctii.ns. nnd nt other point- when signalled.
Tickets sold to nil points in t'anadn mid the
United Stiites,
To iisocrl.u'i rales mid full Infoniiiilion".
addi'Cs-:
l:ODlCI!T litVINO.
8 Lf Mminger, Knslo, It. C.
"ocean stbamsSSs"
Royal Mail Lines.
Choapcst Routo to. tho Old Country.
UKA'VEIl LIXE-Fi-pni Montreal.
I.ukc Superior   -     .-      ���      -'.'.'    Oct,.
Ln.kc liiiron        -"-"----..
I.like Ontario     -	
Luke Superior   '- ,   - ...   xov.
Luke Huron	
Luke Onl.irio    --:-:-"
DOMINION LINK���From Montreal.
VaiK'onvei Sept.
Dominieii	
(���aiiibnnii'in	
Pent small	
Viuicoiivui Oct.
ALLAN LINK���From Montreal.
r.iri-ian  Aug. :!l
H.ivnriun  Sclit.   7
Cilifoniiiui -      -      -      -   ,   ���      -      - ,.11
Tainiil  .,    -1
Parisinii
Pnviu-.imi
/.
Oct.   .".
Passengers ticketed through lo nl] parts of
Great, I'.rituin anil Ireland, and sit specially low
rules to all pints of the European continent,.
Apply.lo nearest railuay or slcnmsliip agent or
to   . '���������'.���
WE DESIGN
ii* / *     ,
AS WELL
,    AS PRINT    ���
THE KOOTENAY MAIL
JOB DEPARTMENT
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' ��$5f$1($)
<*$?($)($)
TOWN
OLE AGENTS: GRACE & MAYNE
R. HOWSON & CO	
Furniture and
Undertaking.
Repairing and Upholstering Done. "Drayi.^ .-u.d delivering a specialty.
AVarchousc in connection for storaKe! Teams ill ways    leady   at   bliorte.st
notice.       Contracts   for  jobbing
taken.    .-\-i*n��   for   B. C. Oil Co.
of family Hurl other furniture, trunks I
eLc, at nionthly or otlier rutch. I
Agents for Raymond Sewing Macliincu.
Revelstoke Station, B.C./?
Robert Barason. THE ICOOTENAY MAIL.  WILSON'S INVALID'S |Th8 Leading Store...  PORT!  A Big Bracing Tonic.  It'is not only a beverage, but also  one of the most efiicacions remedies of  the day for anaemia, dyspi*|>������in, ner-  yousiicss, loss of appetite, indirection  and .ill diseases requiting a mild tonic  of'btimulent.  , Ifcadquai tecs for liist-class choco-  hitesand candies. .Fresh .-supply of  Lowney's and bthci* first, dabs makes  just received.      ,  EOi F. CURTIS  ^-""HSSB^-^  "THE DRUGGIST"  Successor to the McD. A. W. Co.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  BORN.  . Andkk.so.v���������At liisvelstokc, ou TtiPs-  day, October 17tli, 1S99, llie wife  of Gils'Anderson of a daughter.  "Manninc���������At Revelstoke, ou Tuesday,  ���������      '        October 17tli, 1899,   the   wife  of  Horace Manning of a s-in.  ,��������� LOCAL AND PERSONAL BBIEFS  ' "Tho Shamrock  appears   to   be   hoo  dooed.  *  E. MuJieuu c.-nnc down fi-0111 Carnes  Creek Sunday".  Dan Alton c.-i'iie   down   from   Field  .Thursday evening.,  .,       T. A Edson.,.-uid wife sire   registered  wfc tlie. Badminton, Vancouver.  ' -.- Debs on "Labor nud Liberly" ilon-  diiyre\etiing, -Tapping's Hall.  Geo: Lafornie.'s pack train   came   in  1   -froni Big Bend Sunday evening.~  -    "'Labor and   Liberty,'"   Debs   gieat  '    ledum, opera'; Iioiise,-Moi.day night.  T. Lewis,'of Trout' Lake   City,, was  ���������   in'town fora couple.of djiys this week.-  '   Gci>r  T.   Newman,-  of   -Arrowhead,  spent a, couple of   days   in   fiwn' this  week. '���������.���������,-  ' B. E. Drew  has   returned   to   town  nnd taken  ji;position   as   manager 'of  the Cash Bazaar. ' ,  Mr.'and Mrs.T. E. J* Taylor, and  Chris. Cao leturned from the coast  Tuesday morning.    ������      ,''  D. Woolsey, of Illecillewaet,"seiit in  ', this week a line caribou head which   is  being mounted by H. W. Edwards.  ." Hear Eugene V. Debs at   Tapping's  Hall Monday exciting. ,       ������ -'���������  The' Canadian "and impeiial 'mil  it.i'ry autno'i'itii's are considei ing plan*)  for the/defense of , Vancouxcr h.-irbbr.  1 The Columbia won tin; third' race  which took''place yesterday under a  liigh wind thus ending the competition  for the cup.' '  ' Mrs. L. K. Plummet" returued Sunday morning from New Westminster,  where she had been iu the hospital for  the past, three month.*-*.  Don't forget, your Christmas photos.  '   K.-H. Truenian is  at, his   studio   this  ���������   week and will remain until   November  10th.    Call early. o  <  The sawmill-plant at the L. F. IL it  C< G. F.  -Co.'s  -properly    Laurie    has  been sold to .the  Ymir  Gold   Mining  Co., Limited, and is being removed   to  Ymir.  Services i u the Presbyterian eh inch  torn or ro xx-'at the usual hours. Subject  for the morning, "Glory, Human ami  Divine;" for llio evening, " God'.:  Humanity."  Tickets for the" loci tire Monday  night may be obtained at, J as. Gill <.t  Co.'s or from It.   P,  NO   BLUSTER,  NO   FUSS, JUST  BUSINESS;  THAT'S ALL."  ������������������"���������������������������  On Monday,' Qct. 23rd our'*  Entire, Stock of  Kooteija'y  Ltd. Lty.  Will  be placed on sale-  Manufacturers    ancl  dealers in  all   kinds  of       *  * f *  '   ,     n f  '      "   '     , ' '       < '  Rough and  Dressed  We are agoing' out of the above  lines a's.wc have, not-..the'room  to handle* them. We shall de:  vote   our   attention,  solely to  Mens' Furnishings, Hats  and Caps; Boots and  Shoes and  House   Fur-  .   .   1  nishings.    This is a  ��������� Genuine' ���������  Clearance  ������"-*������  , &->  A3  -.*��������� .    <*  ���������"J*) Also shingles,   moulding--,,   b.ifcu'ffr  *������    boards, casings. finishing linn- ff-  -������i    ber, extra x\-ido clear pine and  *fli cedar. Long pinion.-iion timber 9>  ^j pHU" order. A lai*Ke,HSt*ort- |*  4\ incut of *C(-;<hij������(] lumber kept fo  ���������Co on hand in tlic yard ii������d i'uoiln f*"  j; ,,'tt JJ'jx-oJjt'ikc fry tin/pioneer JT  ty lumber dealer or jCoolc'i'iyvf-  "JJ xvho also litis hud ���������joii.siilcfablo ?*" -  S  .experience  in .eastern ��������� Canada i������  xvhicli enables hini' to cater for ft.  U'lint. the builder requires. You ^  l{fiMI)   llllj    ���������mii'Li-Ui.    11 i|llii Vsn*      1 I'll   IT  will ahvnj'h Iind liii.n j'T-'.'fd}-for*  business. '" .f>  .Watch our windows* for critei',  ion.  ++���������  ...tees Sill & Co.  1    1     , ���������  THE TAYLOR BLOCK,  MACKENZIE AVE.      '  "0>  ���������to  *       - ' ; -      -  ���������SJ Prices right.   Discount, "for spot,  *]>    cash.    Leave  your order. ,W  R. Tapping5,  Agent,  Revelstokie.  It's JilSt  When you are buying a  ��������� new kitchen ranQfe you  may as,well get the best  there is to' be had. It's  ,' going to last a long, time  and will be much the  cheapest in the, end. '  The McClary's Famous  Steel Ranges  Capital (paid up) $2,000,000.  Rest       -      -       $1,300,000.  TORONTO.  HEAD  H.'S. HOWLAND,  President.        T.  R. MERRITT,  Vice-President       D-  R- WILKIE, General Manager.   .  A general banking business transacted.���������Lctt^f'credit issued  available ,11 ail parts of the world.-Gold dust,and amalgam  purchased.���������Savings    Department,     Interest    allowed    at  current rate.  .. A. R. B. HEARN, Manager Revelstoke Branch  ��������� ia-:  Kootenay 4 and 6 hole  >vith ,6r'..\vithout high shelf  or closet,   - '  McClary's extra heavy  steel ranges, 6 hole, with  or without high closet.  -McClary's famous double oven 10 hole stee.  ranges.  McClary's famous army'  paugg-   specially   adapted  for  hotel' and ' rcjijtay'rant  use.-  ff~ff  KEEPS1HI  WATER.  BOlLlNGj  eobhS  AM)  iBAKES  WITH LESS;  rilCLTHiMl  i1Y01H������������i  1^1:  SEOLS  o     Iiif.f>i*|!(.i*.-iU'(l  liy act nf Pailiaini'iiLiSoy.  HEAD OFFICE -   ' 7 MONTREAL  ,   ���������        War. M(ji>j������i.v Al.\r|.iiKj!.si������N. 1>iv������.       S.' II. Kwjxo, Vicc-Pi-cs.  I', tt o.LKJiHSTAX Tim.iiA.s, Ciciu-ral iMiumgcr,'  PAID UP CAPITAL' - .    "   ,    $0 000000  1,500,000  -\ general ImnUiiiK liu-*mi..,.s lnin.ac-U-1.   Interest allowed on dej.osils at emreiit, rates.  J. ;D. MOLSON,' Manager,  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  ^-"Vfc^.^^^ ^^^tb^Z^-ZSi^tivV^  Dealers in  ���������Mi'ii*,' Ijuplij aiKl'shupsi, cl(j(lii|ij|, 1-,'its,  <-ap.*i.    iipokwfni-    nncl    n"n(|(;i-\vp.-vr,  Ciiicl-cry. ��������� ylasswiiri-., valisos, whips,  fttifl lianlwaid. Our .stud; uf <,'-'<->-  t:cri-.'s i.s always fresh and reliable.  Ihiy ymir liutt'.-r anil egirS from us,  (liialit.y always jruarantoetJ. Don't  ���������������!j-gc|. tjic; place,  0(.ursier's old stand.  MORRIS & STEED, Front Strecl, Revelstoke.' ;   '  ���������ash Kazaar  Tlicsu ' famous, ranges cannot be  equalled ,f;-(.i;j; ' tlie" .Atlantic to? tlie  Pacific. There are ovt*r ouo hiindred  tliousajid 'in use, and are all gning  peifpef- ^afj-jfaptioii. '  'If-3;f)U buy one nf  jJ,l|p,s;p ranges  we  gunrmitee satisfaction,  fi&ja^i.:. - ,,. . ^]   ABRAHAMSON-BROS.,  &^:y.:^'-t^?M^ N(:"'y ���������'������;"���������    jr-^tcin���������  P:  F.  Orcv.-.  Manager.  Hostilities Haye Begun!  Do,noi buy '      ���������  '    DRESS:  '  GOODS  50c. JndieJs 25c.  Pettipiece,   gents  o  Rev. Scott, late of Ok-otoks, Alta.,  a collegetnate <>f Kcv. Munyies, was  in  town    Sundav    and    occupii'd    th'*  Until  for '  pulpit at, tlie Pietiliyli'i i.-iti cluin.-li but  !i"i  morning and evenin;  Six   niiaitlis   in   jail    for    wli.il    be  believed to be right���������Hugene \'. HpIjs  you n;.\-e sef:n our rang'e  Autumn  .LCD e������y c_/  ' I  lar^fc-r ever -shown. j  in'  ih*-.- markf LI  .   W'e would duuv nUcntioii to otiV  own make of aii* Light or  Queen 'Heaters :���������.  This is tun* thii'd year for making  these,   favorite   hoaters   and   all  Iirive given satisfaction.     A  few;  points in coinparison   with other  makes.    We -line,  our stoves all  the way up.    We  put in double  bottoms.       We   use cold rolled  steel for linings-, not light sheet*|  iron.    AH   nni*  work  is guai;an-  teed   and   tv.*   are  here to make  good any defect,'  Kin-enrage ilome Industry.'  -   '**b*t^H. M." LAWRENCE'  Ffardwair* and Tinsmit liiiiR.  ss.  m   cvo.vy   respect.      All  iiiotlei-n'>c,oi;\'eiiienf'es.  We  Cl  ury's  GHEA  Thi-  Th<: IM-\\\:A cif-si'/il.-,.  -ScikI   your  order   for  Wood to " *  F  ire  ho-  ���������llii'  Notice.  ���������\-0TICK I.S HK1IKHV (ilVKV Hint iln-.d-  1_> , jiinriicl nii'etini; of the liniiril ut l-l'i'ii-.'  Coni'mU'imier-. e:il!"l lo ni'-< r ,it tliu .-'.art  home. lte\eNtok.-. on Thnr-iliiy.   l-lli  Oi-l'jli'-r  Boots. a,nd  ������>noes  Wo  r.a-.'  t wi.'.( '-fi :n{n"tiocI  ERED ROBINSON  at th<; .Sawmill Office.  I le will deliver'at -  $2.25  a Cord, in Short Lengths, o;  also   carry a  full   line   of   Mc-.  famous   cook   stoves, famous  enameled ware, and tin waie.  Look     for   our   announcement    of  McClary's heating stoves later.  The, Great ;  Departmental  Store^v y  BOURNE BROS.  -. J- A. 'Stom-, ProprieLoi  Kates, $i per day.1. . . .  Electric  ighted,  furnace heated  NeVly built and furnished".'.  Finest  and- best  supplied  .... in the citv . . :   !jai  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke, B.C,  3rrcrx ^rraajtfile^  J. I. WOODROW  f  hOOOO-O-O- O-OO G- r>Q-0-0-0-<>0-0<>-0<)<K><K><)  $1  PER DAY..  .^���������emfji*..  Newly Built.  Lighted by Electricity.  Throughout.  HE CITY.  OTI  ncMlnv. 'iitli Oi't'ili'ji-. t ���������*'.���������������  And further l.iku notiu<: tliat tli" I'.n.int nf  biccn-'i- C<mitiil������ii'in'jr������ will 'it "t tin- iniirt  lioiui;. ltovdlrtoki:, 'ill \\'i'flll'-u'l.iy, 'i'ltliMi-liilifr  \r*J.i. nt ���������! o'clock, to conslilfi* tho iibovu .ljijili-  cation**.  AbKX. Slut! A K,  Chief l.ifioii-i' Tn-jx1' loi-.  Houses to Reni  4 SKVKV-NOOMK!) ' Hnn-o���������bath, w.ilcr,  J\. clrutric lisjlit --on Third Street, near  Cowan J'.lock.   Apply to .7. I%cni;ii<h-in.       2U rf  To Bent  our winter -Mippiy.  parimer.t  '}'���������('  1 it tni1- fit:-  Ki)\)i\)<A\lli>n.  $1.5G  GUY BARBER  WATCHMAKEH AMD JEWELLER  Watches, Clocks  I'rju.i ,nu' ,i .--'.,c-inlly,  C'.P.U. Wiilrili fn-ppftfu-. Kr\i.-l-tol������., H. C.  tO     tllOS'*  hatiliiiff.  v\h  o   <iu   their   own  WELL   fiirni-hcd    rooln-i  Apply to  Mr-    *  Jltllll;-  Sccond -itriift.  to   rent :     Imth.  l.ytllr, '-(irnci- nf  If) ���������>  CITY  URPRISE-  Purveyor of High-class Meats  REVELSTOKE, B.C.  proinjitly  All offices in our line will hi  'iMciHli'd l.o.  ArJf.  "N3  Offices (o Rent  TWO Int'is'i: nfllccf-oii Kir ,t- street cn-i  Crxfoa'Jt'iyitc.  ������������������' 1'i'iy  Order",   left  stables    will  speedy attention  at  my  .have  '     A .        \  4:  STEAM  LAUNDRY  .MIX UK A J, ACT,   mm   '  Certificate of Improvements  i.<J,d.'  Best Brands of  Wines, Liquors and..  Cigarsc  R. OALBY, PROP'R.  not if i*;  :ffrEn p3���������3 fi  1    H' P  T.\l!(.'I.:    AN'I)  D '.SASII'liK  K=VT2Xa  ������"|.;i,l.    LlOllTKl)  ,-     ^    ItOO.MS.    fluiiiu't Uy  ^-���������<-'IiijI, nil- und electric  hulls  mul  li^-ht ill every rootii.   l''i'(.|j bus mouts nil  I I'llillb.  J      M REASONABLK  KATES.  /Jjji Ni(,'h(, (irill Hoom in coiiiifciion for f ho  ft     ft riinreniuiiccur ffiicts urrivinsf nnd rlo-  U U      U liiii'tiii������ hy iiiKhL trains.    Uourly .street    i-iir between hotel und .station.  I'Viii-i ion.  "T.in-  W, FIIEMING-_^x^x..  i-. ri'i'.v j-'.iii lv  ynii'! u\k] i.uni- |  in^ out. tljf l''-it i  of v/i.i k. hit,], I  in ii, fnvil ]',i,x !  7-S, Ufvclstokf j  IJ. O. . nnd our I  v.-iri will call al,  your door.  BOARDMAN & W00DH0USE  "Moill.-i-fiiij,"   "\'iiii.-oiii nr     l-'i  irlrr.' "Tiiii������i.-i' p'l-ii.-dfin." "OldhiiiiV."  "Oldlnilii KrH'-tloii."/iiid "Klnuidlici'K Kj-ik:-  li'/ii." iiiincin) (-inline'itinttc In ||,u Kevfi-  'lolfc nivi-loii of W'cl Kootenay. Where  io< iit'.d: J)o-.i nl.; ('!���������"���������'<.  ri-lAKK '.VOTICK   Hull   t.   Tlionms   (Jrii'lmtii.  1 ft^fiiiI for Th.- r;.;ld I'-jelds of lirllMi ('n|-  iiimI.Iii. I.inil|'.������| iriin-lKiil, ('[ve .Miin-r'-i C(,|-(|(|.  '-.it'' .N'o. /!. \:,->\ll. (nlcii'l, ^iviv ilnvs I'oin the  d.'it.c hi'ii-of. !.(. iipplv lo the .Mining i'.-coidrr  for ii Certi/l'-iito of liiiprovciiic/ilu for the pin--  pcj������o of ohl/ilnliiif n CrowiiXiriiiil of Die nliovc  elnlm.j.  And fiirtlicr Kike notice Onil iiclioii, under  Hfietlon 37, nitirit, lie eorniiicnccdV before the  l������Hiiance of snieli C'nrtlflcnto of Iiiiproveiiicnt������.  Hated tlild li5th day of An������iiHt, I8l)a  ���������7 0 TH0.MAS GUAHA.M,  * ,  JOHH V. PERKS, PROPRIETOR REVELSTOKE, B. C.  iszrjskcsumircz  Nolaties Public and Conveyancers  AUC  /      AND VALUATORS  Sole Agents Smelter ������������������Townsite  Fire Insurance  ,.. .Money to Loan  LutumiinuimAmiuMl  iraiin'mi'jtLmnnaiMiMimga-RmB  ���������taximmMmiM^^mtMim^siMixsmm^simm^mmssmm

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