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'..Vm..! ���������.<. j.-,.   _:i1   i!;,.' o|l,i.,..Ju.'.t l!n->-i;<4f  to   escape,    liii.'   i-oiiiiiiilli-f   liial    that ; Chris    II.-iiimhi   ami   (in." IP (-.���������; i ,.;u j the he.;'i i.      Collins .v:is an e.*,ie<J wilh.  some horses of Mr.   [-.-ll ipiX-eC*-.  wci c , came  down   l-'iiil-iv  ov--.".i:i.r'Vo-ii Iii*.--!'.ul auv lum!.!  _     .                                                                         I '                                           '        !  SOIUf! llOISi'S   Ol    Mr.    |-,-ll|;i|. .���������.-(.������������������.-,    WCIC ,  CiUlii'    (loWll     i'tid-iV    l'V--!'.i:ig  ">. I'll   "jig-! - ,1! i   ;. !| V   I I oil! .if.    ail-Ml IS   i.-l'CI!   Clillllllil,  impounded and placed in a coi-ial and : IJ.-ml h:i vintc com'.h-icd lh--ir as----,.- j ted for did ai i Lt- Hi-, t-i-li.-kc ;issi/;--.-  no lock or chain was piovided liy l.l-.e ; moil work on Hi'' Jennie !.,-c.-i!.i ,1 ai i ii- , on Thar-, i.iv iie.\!. [;i:ii.(- his ai r< xl  pound-keeper, and Lhal, during I he j foot of Smif"/ .-reek canyon .���������::i,d Pol- i Collins L...s acted as if mil of hit- mimi  night Lhe horses wvw t-ilher Lakeii out, hole creek.' They ha-." put'op a caliin j and (Joes no' .seem In ic.iiixt! his oo^i  of iho corral or were so insecurely shut, and hm-hed tiie trail ready {"..��������� win !X j lion. "j'!ie \ it,".ii:i vv-at al one lime a  up.'i-s to enahlo then)   to escape.    Tin-    in t-prin^. i i esMrs.*. > f ]\v\ elsiokr, heim-, t mplo-i-d  roniniiKee. recommend lint, the pound- |   j as   a-^i-iai-i    in   llie   l!evf!sli.!,<: pii-n  keeper he ordered (o procure at hi  own -���������xpetistJ ;t proper fastening and  lock'for his corral and that lhe police  Iu* instructed (o prosecute l.hi; p-irly  guilty of taking l.he horsey out of the  pound if they can secure .-irifi-.-icnl, evi-  dciice of the hoi'iit's lniviiijr lieen taken  outotthe poiiiid wilhoiib ihe pouud-  ki'f'l'cr's consent. The fuinuiil.tee (ind  Unit on Thiid si reel, ea^t of iMcKenzie  nvt-inu1 there is 270 feet of 1-ii.ich in.-iih  I'l'i-iiiriti^ to lie lowered ayaI.so '211 j'ceL  .John S-.vord aiiil   Tim Hyatt- c-uni- in ! tn-icy.     A I  lisai lime !::; was kr.nuii a-,  Tuesday   cveiiia^ liav ing reuiai.ied he- | i,l!i������ Maj.ii.'     Collins i.s Ijcin;* held a!  hind   when   tli--  iialance of   t ii-- |'ai ty i 0<o!'-!eii    pen.'in';    liis   ti i.tl   !:ere nex!  from  The  Carli>!e  caine down for ! he j "Cdi*.  pnipo.-i*  t.f  having a hear 1ki:-i on Mo- .'  C'ulioch creek.   Thev weie uriM:ec-.-M''iii \  iu liiidinjr anything mere 4':;t t.ur.i*:ii!"-  thaii   lie.ii    tracks, howevi r.   ami  t.'.ivo  iiii Iheciia.M- in-ii'^ ih iven en! hy sen-,-.-.  Hugh Johns View Exa.;i!v.  The   Mi'iiirenl   .Siar   lias    a    clever  ca'iO";ii-l. i 1 fact    liis   wil   i-   so   keeti  i v unkind  The  (rail   limy  i.-pmtas ivin- i:i i,-. il    i f:a! ,[ m-.-ai-iiiiLiliy iniiicts ve  siiajie with *-(-veia.l\va>hoiit*-at iJpviiV j ciil.'j-.'o;?'.; iis ���������.inv.ii - .friends.'    One   dny  ���������Oiiiden, Y '. ,    ;    . -.    J i-cceiilly for example he depicted-Iiii������-h.  ii'-velstiikc ci'iiir.il oliice, a in.illci  v. iiuli vvas i.'eiilied .s-niie six I ecu  iiionihs a:;-1 ami ! hi.' Nakn-'p it tin ns  sent   ihere, !������������������ aiimeiv ;11;(.I n!y   I--.I,   I80JJ...  S ���������������������������'���������', y.r. K Iii or, (--r,1.!* riot. "\u**\\ to  conwy '< iie iiie.t i h.ii, .-��������� ]��������� w ho have  .\oiiiel lines nl tcinjeil lhe siiasiiiodic  .' i1 le.'i in;.;*- of I lie, hoan I of 11 ade lia v ������������������  v. ill'nlly leu-, i heir aid !u furl hia sh.-tl-  io-.v shaa-.-i nr pe; veii, palpable facts,  ���������it liu; Si-.iiie lime ioiioraiice. iu lliis  coniiv.vlion is not a valid cvjiisc.  Your������, cic , ,  Cantuook.  iieiektohe, |}. C,  . Cm. 1 Ti Ii, l'JOO.  iX J J u ni*- is in town today,  il. f3o.-l ock regintered a I. lhe I?i:vel-  '-lo!;e yeslei day.  Ij. J. I'M wauls and T. tJiahani, of  Aliici' Cinyo;), wen; in town duriiif-  1.ie pa'1.! wee;<.  IJ.1,1 k^ P.i-lii:e.-'. an eieo-nnt. sot.tiling  Inz'.-n-;,' for siu'c liii'oal, j-nUl hy Canada'  'Di'W' Ic UookCo.;   f ' o'  Vi . I,\ nas  .J. n.iiVi- Saxl.-.n  T.^^iii.y' W'h.iilon l\. I'odd'  '-'��������� O-.M-ii P. I'oi'ijiMsnii  (o n-avo .Mcd'iiiie        ,J, (.I'raham  '"TV.  li. !���������:   All.-iu-  'i'. I','. ���������'.. 'J'a;, liu-   l*[. J), Jwhm-iiu  !']. l-.'ilvv.iriis     .McDiinald      11. V.Scott  '     J']. J   Taylor Jl. M. .Siuylhu  J. Lauder      '     Burns (J. Clark  Jas. l.oauiv, tiuiiicr inspector, w.i- in'  (own .Sunday.  A l.iry.e lot of 25 cent novels will he.  so'.d I'm-one we"k onlyal reduced rate  of.j cents each, good chance for cheap  ri'idin-,', ;:l Canada Dru,^ it Book Co.  .1 i.s. I'inl.ei (on was at rallied hefm-e.  F. i'Yaser, J. P., on Monday aud coin,  miiled for dial on ;i charge preferred  against him hy F. McCarly of stealing  gold from ili������ slitk-i.' iiox of the Carlisle  claim vyhere lie'was eihpl.iiyed in run-  iiiu;-*; the bt-i-itiX:  .      y ' - .'������������������  GSlft:  '4 THE KOOTENAY MAIL     -���������-���������Mii^i-i  XCbe 1kootena\> HDail  PUBLISHED KVRKY THURSDAY.  ���������.vr���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������Bi*���������  Il It. CAMPBELL,  PUUMS1IEK AND J-'KOl'llIKTOH.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00 ' Per   Annum  ADVERTISING RATES quofc on application. '  JOB PRINTING of every kind at most reason  able rales and shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job pnntint- or jidvci'tisiui;  , payable on the lirsl of every month.  CORRESPONDENCE on.-ill ''natters of local  or public interest invited mid carefully considered. All coiniminicat.ions to the Editor  lmtstbe accompanied by tho name of the  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  us an evidence of ���������jooil faith.  Address  Tiik Kootenay Mail, ���������  Revelstoke, B.C.  THURSDAY, OCTOBER IS, 1900.  At tiik Ijrand.m   meeting on' Satur-  ���������     day night Hon. Clifford Sifton exposed  "'  another   of    the  despicable   methods  ' which   arc  bciui?  used by tlie Conser-  .   vative, party r'iti  their efforts to delude.  '    the   electorate.    In   refcrriu''  lo this  fraud Mr. Sifton said :    '-JBcforfi deal  ing with Sir Hibbert Tupper's remaiks  I want to refer' to   a   document  that  came' through the, mails to the electors  of this constituency.    It is sent out on  behalf  of  the   Conservative managers  and is the most  infamous ever sent to  any elector in Manitoba. ' If Mr. Mac  donald   does   not   apologize   for  this  document then hundreds of electors of  ��������� Urandou will'testify to their detestation of such tactics. f , (Mr.. Sifton was  referving to a four page .paper printed  by lhe Montreal Star a fac-simile of  the Toronto Globe heading.) , The 'intention is   that   people,  will get it and  think it is tlip-Toronto Globe. That's  what it is intended-fur; the editorial  page has been copied and the, intention is that people reading that paper  1 will think that lhe Toronto .Globe is  attacking the Liberal-- party: I say  that it constitutes a falsehood, and if  Mr. Macdonald does not apologize then  he is not living up lo the character he  took for himself at' the commencement  ��������� of the campaign.'5 When the Conservatives have to resort to such tactics  as the foregoing it is convincing evidence that all (heir talk of unredeemed  pledges is mere bluster, and as such il  will be construed not only by the  electors of Manitoba but of the entire  Dominion.  only   a  successful   vindication, but an  attack as we.13.  ��������� Sir Hibbet't Tuppei's speech was  cheered by his pai ty friends, but bis  attempted reply to Mr. Sifton evoked  no response from an audience still  dumbfounded by Sir Charles Tupper's  letter of abject apology and unqualified  retraction, and with- the sound still in  their ears that Sir Hibbert Tupper had  no personal charge to bring against  Mr. Sifton. Those two things formed  the events of the evening and they  were the.means of leading Conserva  lives to say it would have been better  for them if Sir Hibbert had gone  through to JS'ov'a Scotia on the Imperial-Limited without "slopping over  here. ' '  '  'How   is   the junhulance , fund   pro"  gressing.  Hugh McPherson came up from  Trout Lake yesterday.  E. J. Coyle, assistaiit-geneial pas  senger agent ol' lhe U. P. H., was at  the Revelstoke Sunday..  ' A fresh supply, of the very best  Chocolates, Bon Bohs and Cr\\stalized  Fruits just opened up al the Canada  Di ng & Book Co.'s. o  Rev. S. J. Thompson received word  this week of lhe death of his father,  Mr., Win., Thompson,'of Drew, Out.  He bad reached lhe. ripe age of 83  yea is.   Death wiis due lo paralysis.  The services in the Methodist, church  next Sunday at l.he usual hours. Bible  class in tho afternoon to, which all  youn <; men are. cordially invited,'  .Reserve the evening of November 1st  for attending the benefit concert.  Tickets may he had from the committee, or at the Canada Drug & Book  Co.'s si ore where holders of reserved  seat tickets may have them maiked.  Young Cornwallis West is old enough  to know hi"- own mind, and if lie isn't it  won't lun l him to have a guru-Jinn.���������Chicago Intel" Occ.".r.-  It was very kind cf the Prince o!  Wales lo 'A'tYo Ins coii<-orit to llie marriage of Ltiti.v Hai'dol'ili Churchill and  Lieutenant Coinwiillir-, yet wo had .flip-'  posed that the lady was of ago and didu't  need il.  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  rrl  ' <&/  V*. A^u +   *   The ref-ulai meet in;js  ^**y#C K2.r~~''y       are hrkl in lite rvhis-  =^~jjt>5w&\ '   ������!li-c' Teinplji. l>oui nc  -. ii,���������^������^&������= HsfLll. on the third  J^-lH^HfesMoiirtJiy in each  V������~r^^O%S?"������0''<-'1 at. 8 p. in.  rs^^-spNJ^Visitiii-,' brethren  s-=>- cordially welcomed.  II.  J.   PRATT   Sl-CKKTAKY.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. 0. F., No. 25.  Rct-nlar meet Iiiks are held  -<?^.  N. T. EDWARDS. N.G.       J. A. STONE, Sec.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. P.  ?,lec|s every Tuesday  W<"~~^W^>^     cvcnt'.is in Oddfellows'  ���������,       ~xniill    at.   S    o'clock.  ���������*���������       XA Visiting brethren cor-  r% i  tL/L'-tfiSS   ������533323  %  -       U  !&3Z=a  ���������*! ' ~cVA  IB  ���������?=%.  \i  AKGE AND XV ELL LIGHTED  SAMPLE ROOMS. Heated by  ^���������S"'hut air and electric bells and  lit-.hl in c\ c-rv ro'jiii. Free bus meets all  trains.  ���������REASONABLE SATES.-      .  if-*!*.-   is -,*"*-*T'.'-JO   Ti?ir,i--ns-'vr-*-*-  UtFilU     0.      >   t^ESt i-j     i   t\*Ji   -;.'*_ iiiii  jVighl Grill Poom in connection for Ihe  cotti enienci-of gtu:.-ls arrivinp* and ile-  __   parting h*. ni������hi trains.    Hourly direct  ._   ctiv,between hotel and .station.   REVELSTOKE, B.C  wn,^ -I ������ inL  ABRAHAMSOH' BROS.  PROP'S.  Newly built. First-class  in every respect. All  modern conveniences.  Fire  rec'bus  P. IIOOLKY, N. O.  /dially  invited  to  attend..  "VV. MAT1LIE, Sj:c  ���������r same management:  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  '<S=,''^S-.  40{ .^.     COUB  ' ��������� r-^?..y -M^a'\  COURT MT. BEGBIE  O. P, Wo. 3461.  ��������� ^.{������$$&M /TTftll������"thc  \<&0%$.* <������fez:���������J fourth Jlon.iiiys of each  X^w'L.B.CY^^^   month.   Visiting breth-  '  >5^ '��������� ���������%p    rcn   invited to attend.  JMects in the Oddfelloyvs  second and  B. IV ATKINS,  C. It.  C. XV. MITCHELL,  ���������     11. S.    ,  0*000 OGOOQ<^0<>0-0000<K>000-0000-9  * ��������� i.  $1 PER, DAY���������������*l '  Ne>vly Z-JW ,'   '  Lighted by Electricity  Throujdicut.  ^Ji/i  A.  II. EIOLDICi-r   ,  ANALYTICAL CHKMIST AXD  ASSAYliR.  ni'i'  Sealed Tenders.  QKALKD^TKN'DEllS addrc-scd to the inidcr-  iy5 siKncdanrl endorsed. "Tender for Colitni-  bin Itiver Wfgon ltoad." will he received at  litis oiieo until noon onTliursility I he AMh dny  of October, IIKXi, for thc eoiistriiclion of about  Ihrec nnd t.liri-e-fjii.irter 13-") milesof the "Uol-  tintbi.i River \\'a<ron Iioatl," accoi'dimr to plan--  nnd spccilieatiotis to he seen at the I'rovincial  Governinenl Oflice, Uovcl.-toke.  Tender- will not be considered unless niiitle  on the form supplied aud signed with the  ���������ict.tial signatures of tenderer-'.  Bond of two nuiilifietl perswiis for the stun of  two thousiiiul dollars niiist. aceompimy each  tender.  ��������� The   lowe.-t  or any  tender not  necessarily  accepted.      ,  '-    ' K. G   EAUQUIER.  Assistant Conimia.-ioner of l'tind.s &'Works.  I'rovincial Governnieiii Otlice.  Kevelstoke. 17th October. 1000.  Royal School of Mines, London,   ..  Seven vears ntMorfa Works, Swansea,  Seventeen years Chief Chomisl to W igan  Coal and Iron Co., Kng.  'Late.Chemist and As-*ayer, Hull Mines, Ltd.  I'jvery iloscription of asstiy' and analytical  work undertaken.  Claims examined and reported upon.  ltJSVELSTUl-lK. U. C. '     1  J.  W. CROSS, M. D.  est B artels oT  Wines, Liquors ancl  ���������  Cigars.  R. OALEY, PROP'R.  y - i,  a '  ^<^00000-00<K)-Oa-0<>000(>00"CH>  SU11GEOX TO Til!-: C. V. R.,. CITY HEALTH  OIVICKH.     "      '  Ollice: Taylor lilock, JLickciizic A vciiiic.o  WHOLESALE  H  AR.VEY & "WcUARTKB  UAKRISTl'-ISS, SOLICITOUS, KTC.  Oi'-fices :   Motion*!?.  Ua.vk-  Lj.ogic,   Ruvkl-  stoici*, li. C.  . Money to loan.  Olllco**: Revel-Moke, B.C.; Kort,Steele, D. C.  Gico. S. McCakti-.u. .'. A. Hakvkv,  Ileveisl okc, H. C. fort Steele, 13. C  epchant  Established 18S6.  Incorporated 1895.  P  RIVATE   NURSING  A' lady  with cxpsrienoe is npjn to rccjive cn  g.igcnients ,-i.s.i privtite nurse.  Adifre'ris-A. li. cure of the IM.vi). o/iice.  'The Big- Brandon Meeting.  Nr. -.fiitler by telegraph will be entertained.  ; ��������� I'KRLKY C. KKVP;.-?,  K(:(-!-(;I.ll-y.  ! Iii-pirtmi ill 'if tl,f Inlf riur.  i        (;tt.iv..t,0i loliff .'f, I'.hi.  j"   NOTICE OF ASSiCRMEHT.  j      Tenders for Big Eddy Mill Site at  : Revelstoke, B. C.      <    ^ ' QEAI.KI) TEN"nFIlSnd(lre>-������-cir to the under-  ,,        ,        r,   .       t ,       m,      '   , ���������       : IO   -i'-iti'd and nrirked on tho envelope  "Ten-  Lrandon, Oct.     IK���������I lie   c-lianipim-    dor for Hitf Eddy Mill .-���������i-.e."   will be received at  snnrtin"-    fveiit,   of    the   nop'ii-al caiv   : ibi-������i-pArtment unt I noon of Monday, the 3rd  spomrij,    (.vein,   ur ,���������, P1"^'1'/" *-"',    0f Dcem'ocr. 1!WJ. for certain land known as the  paign    is    over.       I lift   ox-nuiii.ster tit ��������� lii^  Eddy MH! 6itc. on  the Colnmbia River,  justice and the minister of iho interior ! S?KySW^^  orossud   swords   on   the-platform here! '-"--:ianfl *��������� ir-ngm -cctions32i-nd 33. in Town-  , .   , ���������., ,   r       . ; snip :3. i:.-tn?e ���������_'. \\ c^t of the (ith Meridian,  last ni������lit.      1 he crowd was -lmiiif.nse. {    The lots will be di-spo?cd of, in one block cnlv.  It .was  one  of   the; bi-esl political ; ������?S[fSfi^St^S^  meetings   ever   held  in Manitoba, and j ing offer- in addition to the  upset price at thc  in point of   intelligence,   a'nd the char- [ "^J Ser'm^;  Ir; accompanied by an  HCter    of    tlifi    audience., it   was never ��������� -iceepied cheque on_a clmrturcd Jjank in favour  ,,   ,        rP,       r.,        , .   , ..        i of the Ucp-uy .'Iini-teroi the Jntcnor, for the  eNcelled.      lhe   Liberal.*; are jubilant | amount of the bona-- which the applicant is  over   tlie   result.   '   Thev   say that Fir   prepared to pay for thc laud.  Vr-i i ��������� .        "l-    5rv    ",u   . ' i ,  Thc hi-fhet or tmy tender will not necessarily  Hibbert   1 uppers    speech    ma op   ;)0 ��������� be .I'-c-pied  votes.' for   Mr   .Sifton, and Sir C!),uli-.s  Tuppc-r'-i  written   apology, and rctr.ic-  .   tion made, another 50 for him.  ���������'i\bei'e i.s i-uod reason for the Liberai  view tii.'it the uieetiiit* will incieasc  Mr.    Sifton'.-,   niajority   by   100. aside  from    the   fact   f Jmt   he   worsted   his ;    opponent   iu    the   dcbitc     JJoih the , ,M ,,���������,,,;,,_,,,. ���������f ,;,,. K-���������ri!(l|(flJ f^,,,,,!,,,,. f-I)li;  Tuppers had iieen   c;i\ intj'l'/-'-* by asser j       p.uiy. Liui-tid i-M'-ilii-  tion   or   implication    that    there ������a*. ;  .some evidcin-e to lie produced, if oppor- j Kooti-nay lauuhr-rf onipiin-. /..'-.'UM-d i.n'jiiin.  Innitv  wis ���������lTurded    i*i volviii'' M r   Sir-,  wlio-i: r*!*if'** 'i!" l-n-in. - arc ,u   iM'-'-iiyof   \'\r  ninny ftii* a.toitiui. i.ivoivin^ ah. rjir , toiijii ^ ,y[ ( ,)r,,-,,,ii.-<. n. c.. i: i���������i,j  d.-r-d fluted  tori's    per.vuii.il    honor    and   intc'-ritv.    3-dfl.t;.   of O-tfi'ier. l!l������i'.i--.is-uei ,nl ih������ir p'r-  r      .        ���������   i .    ..-      / ii       i       -I-       -.i"    ��������� >-*r)iitil t'^l.ilr. .'t't'ila-  .Hid  i'ft'..ct-   wlii. I, ni'iv tc  Last   mi-lit   Mr   Chailes 1 u-ip������i- wil h- _r.j/,.<1   .||ir, ^,\.  .���������ir!(.4. ,.vr.,:ut;on. .tiui ���������n thr-jr  drew in writing tho cbar^e lie liarl  made in Brandon less than a year ni<o,  and. Sir Hibbert Tuppor de-hired that  he had no personal charge to make  against, Mr. Sifton, and substituted a  charge of favoritism on lhe part of Mr  Sifton and corruption among some of  the Yukon ollicials.  Tl was a great victory for Mr. Sifton, who reached the platform encour-  a.ged by llie greatest reception ever  given to a pal-lie man in Manitoba,  Tlis thousands of fi iends present not  only cheered for fully five minutes, but  did .so with such en lb usi asm as can't  be 'pumped up .for.the Occasion,-and  must have a'solid basistdf. esteem and  admiration. Nor did Mr. Sifton disappoint linn.     I'I in  .speech   '.vas  not  Yoar Pocket-bock  may be low but nobody sees it, but  il your clothes are shabby that  settlesit, nobody wants to know you.  Ladies or Gents Tailor Made Clothes,  repaired and cleaned in -jood style.  Call or send post card.  Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.  Established .13 years. >  . Strictly Union Labor Shop.  ,  Mennan, MeFeeiy & Oompany, limit  Dawson, Y. T.     ���������'Vancouver, B, C.  IJIPOUTKHSANI) JOUIIKKS OK      '  Iron,   Steel,   Glass,   Paints,    Oils,    Metals,   Stoves,   Tinware,   Guns, etc., e c  WE MA Kill A SPEC! AT/IT  OF .SUPPLTES-for Mines, Mills, Llacksmitl s  Railroads, Contractor--., Lunibermen, etc.    -Agents fur : ���������  Giant Powder Co.      l-'airbnnks Scales.      Ucnnett's Knsli-'h Ftisie.       JIajei-lic   .  Steel li'auges.      Clinton Alining Steel.      Spooiicr's Coppeiiae.  Registered Trademark  "Sunset."  eiis  DDlliB I-  ielts  Ladies' Belts  AT-  Guv  9  /C:i.---".  THE JEWELLRR'S  C.P.R. V/.-itch Inspector.  I'ur-ii.iiil ���������;(, th." '" ("red it oi'������ Tru-:  H.-ed-. Ai-i  1   Ali'li'i'f.'!"'-*   A'-!"'   Iiolw- I- Kl'1 ,-'i tli.it (la   I  THE  Badminton Hotel  VANCOUVER.  If you will give us a list of everything*  required (Stoves excepted) in thc House  l/iirnishino' line and the amount you  wish to expend on same we will be  pleased to send you illustrations or full  descriptions of our goods.  Wo Can Furnish Your Home Complete.  38 Years Experience.  \j  A  RATES    i?.r>0    PEi"!    DAY.  'he Fred Robinson  Liiiiiiic-p Co. Limited.  re,)l  c.-t.llt-  lo   .loi'l)   !��������� ri'd'-n;-   lli'lhw <.���������)! of th<  citv of  V.ini'oi.viT. It, i'. iH-c'iiHit.'i.r)'. in  trt-.-i  tor the jjcii'-r.'! !iciii*!lt of Ui'-ir '.red!"or . whidi  deed was cxc'ti.'ifd hy the s tid   Xooten.iy l/Uiii-  hcr Cnnij.'Hiiv.   I.inuted   '.nihilu *.* on  i!ivtii:rd  tinv of Oetohfr, til'.o. ;ind .John   Krcd-n-fleili-,  well on th" nth il������) of fictouor. I!1 ���������';. j  Crediior- of tlw Kootonay l.iu.iher '"oiiipan.v. !  fiimitX'd   lyiahility  ttrc  rc'iuired   <->   .Mie 'ih'-'tr ,  claims w ith Ihc trust ce. j'loved  :h rfjitired by j  tho Acl. -'r.iliit^ llu1 H'.'eurilles held by thetii, on i  orbefore ihe iltiy of uipr-iin������ of crHttor.- whi'th j  is herobv culled for  Krifl.iv th'j 2nd dny of Nov- ���������  ember, I!)')'), nt. '2:.7i o'clock p. in., .it the- ollk-i- of cEBao37������223  Ihcsriid John   I'Veihric  UelltvvJi, '<<,. .11!) JI.i-.- I  lliifcs .Street. Vfincoiivtr. l:.c. ���������    On .mil .it'.'cr I ItU fl.il" I'm-  pi ires for  Afl'.r tin-tl.iU-uf liiu-;ud liH-cliti-c liu'f-u-L'-e    ,.,,,  i:. ,,...,��������� ,i .,;il I,.-.    i\ ,P,,f .. ���������  will pi'oce������il lodi-l!-ibii!elli-ii--'l-of ilH-lrn-! | ' '" ''���������',������������'<"l ^" '"' '!^ I"!"-- ���������  c-M.tlc niiinii'^ tin: i rt'tlilDi'-* ciilitlt'd lli'-n-io,  hiivinu rei'iird oiiiy lo I'lf. eliiitn-" ol which he  then lini noi|cc, mrl uhull not, )v h-tble tifler lh'-  ������did fhi.l" for Hit* proPo'-ds of lh" -..iiti I rn-f  e.sbi.te or any (invt thereof :���������:������������������) distrib'iit'.ed to <iny  creditor bf whose chiini ��������� he h'ad not notice tit  the time of tho distribution l.horool'.  Dated 10'th day of October, A.'JJ.'.1000. ,���������    ���������'  HO WARD J.YIHIXCAN,-       ���������       ���������  pWO HustitiK^ Street, V'iuiconver,  '���������.���������.'���������'���������' ' hr'ulicitfH' for'Llcj Trus'tee..  IIQLS  $1 per corcl at Mill  $2       ������������������      delivered. ��������� ;.  '���������'.   Prices Cut for Gash.  ���������Fr'c(j.'Robinson,'Managing Director  trr~ '������?*"*? T/*1*11  ������$- &.$ ������,������  fitf-oi'iKU-uti'd bv act of Pailiainent 1S55.  MEAD OFinCK  ' -. MONTREAL  ' "Wm. ;-IoLsbfe.vJ!Af,r,iLe:!-si'ix, Pn-:-.      S. IT. Ev.-ing, Vice-Pres.  ^..'a.-mics Elliot, Gem-ral JMauagt-i' -<-;.  PAID VV CAPITAL - - $2,170,000  KI<;SItRVE ,- -.'-.- 1,850,000  general bmihiii'* luininess traiisacLc.l.   Interest allowed on deposits at current, rates.  J. D. MOLSON, Managei*.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  No?/ and Then,  Thi'iv I'onic- ;i l iuu'row -",k1 llu-u v, lien pvim-v tri'iilli'miui   fci'K tlu'U1  i'Xf i'j:l 1 ni willy si \ li-li .-iiitl \v'jll-|.iil-|i-L'cl her suit nf rlul ill's. Tlic, ocrasitii)  iiinv lie a wi-dtiliiti. it. ���������'rijc'-,ptioii,. ;i jntii-iiij\v.ti.i'psntue nl lu'r ii!)|ioi'I.Hlit  finiVtioi).   T!i;it,i:- llu' tinii- to avoid a chance  fit.    .Th.-it is lhe lime  .above nir'titht'r.-*. Id give the.'ordi'i' lo inc.  1  I^i  /"  bBmmmrnezx&xMBmesammmzmmzxsm  KaammsmsBm  *^'?~*Z*������.i?':-?t-'!?SJr������'rFI'H'S&&*'-''ili:L THE KOOTENAY0MAIL  THIEVES' SLANG.  A/"wire" is another term forpickpock-  ct.  A drunken person is known as a "dummy."'  One who taps tills is designated as a  "heeler.".  A policeman in uniform is said to be in  "harness."  '' ��������� A policeman in civilian dress is called  an "elbow."  Pickpockets are "dips," and fanners"  or "stallers'' are assistants.  " When1 a thief 'has been frustrated in a  design, he is said to have bad a "fall."  'To "switch" i.s for one thief to transfer  to an accomplice whatever plunder he has  secured.  . A safe or hiding place in which val-'  uables are hidden or stored is known nn  a "register." .   , .  "One stitch" means one year in the penitentiary;,* "two stitches" means two  years, nnd so, on.  , ' "A graft" i.s that at Which a lawbreaker is most proficient���������for instance, cracking a safe or picking a pocket.  "To work (ho shorts" means to relieve  people of their valuables as tlicj either  alight from or board a street car.   -  Tho individual who has the faculty or?  learning tho niTangemeiU of a. house to  be robbed i.s known as a "house prowl."  The individual 'who is an expert in removing bills and papers from a purse or  pocketbook without extracting the pocket hook, is called a "weeder."       ' '  "When a town is on ��������� lire" a,-"crook"  means that a city or location is not fertile, in valuables or that it is-best not to  ply the trade bccans" <*f ihc. vivriUuKv ot  the police.-  duel and o<  of thin-.-  <���������  have  (.-ir.se  '- -  1  Ly ill luck.  i fi'. ;'!i-''::l!icd      If ilii-: -s.r.t  lMK'--.    ihe   ("onid-    will    Vt't  j'.'i'-ie ihey are piiissicil  > .1  -������, *<  A- t  r->~p^ .*.,-'. j^.^jt*^-t..es^'^'v>i->^-w^-x-.C'X<.^^v,i.,-j'r?. ,*-.<?./>. c*-/-?  -.    ->-    -j-     r-    ->    ->    -v   ->    .i-    jj    -J-    .j.    -j.    ^>.    ->   -���������.   .>    /*.   jy.    ->    .j.    -o.    Xt-   it.  ���������-^t'V~ftfel?:'-y:-fts::^:-c-_������-Y-k'r5-)'-s=rf>:      -  ���������   -. .  >    -������-    i-    <r   --   -.-   -���������-   -t-   -i-   ���������*?   -������-   -~    ,������r   ���������'-   -r-   -ic  *.r-**-i   *-f-*i- ������i,'j^* ���������-/.-. v..  *-?  -j,-.'i,.,:^ .-/���������,-),  -5-     --     J>  '! '*���������  ���������A    i-    -f-    -ft-    *..    -ir  "j ���������*��������� !*���������**��������� l*-**! *���������-!-��������� (���������!-:  -i.    .j.    ->     ,>     .>.  .>    ->    -j  >.--M.-..>, >--.u  <    '.    i'   i   i   -.    i-i    \    V   b   i    I   \,  * I*.  *���������     -i-      1-      1;  fl. .->    iT-.l.   - .-,  ANIMAL'ODDITIES.  in   the  ruif  olliors jt re i  Whales  are  never   found  stream.  Some snakes will rat-egg:  Inordinately fund of milk.  Once a bravi? man pulled two decayed  teeth from the jaw of a lion strapped ;o  a table. The lion roared in a frightful  mannrr, but aftei-wtird showed its grati-  tilde lo the surgeon in many way?.  The sea ho ire alone, with one other  existing fish, the gar pike, possesses the  power' which vvas common to many of  the older lishes���������that of liiniing it.- head  independently of its body. The sea.hoire  can also tuvn its'eyes in almost any direction.  ;y?  ���������v >'r  THE  DOMINIE.  Bishop MeCnbe of Ijio Methodist Rp's-  copiil 'church  proves from actual  figures  ' Hint   lhe  average   traveling  expenses  of  each bishop for a year are only "iS-Hi."].  A chapel is to be erected in Leicester,  England, as a memorial to (he Rev. Robert Hall,- who was pastor of the Harvey  Lane chapel from ISO? to 1S20. It will  cost about $35,000.   "  The Rev. Jam Jce of San FVaiicisco  is the only Chinese Christian minister in  the world, and he is coiulueling services  regularly, in the city. , He still wears a'  cue and the flowing robes of tho orthodox  Chinaman.  The Rev. Elijah'Kellogg is .still preaching regularly at  llnrpswcll,-Me., ilioiurh  " fn the-eighty-eighth year of his age.    In.a  'recent   sermon   on   Judas'   betrayal   ho  Characterized the love of money as "the  meanest of human affections." -  Under the*terms of thc will of the late  Uev. Dr. Samuel AI. llaskins. who for  P9 years was rector of St. Murk's F.pis-'  copal church in P.rooklyn. all of his inan-  .oiiscripts of sermons except those which  tin? members of his family especially desire to, preserve are to be consumed in the  furnace of the church.  SumllcMt Slieop In the World.  The very smallest of all lhe kinds of  sheep is the tiny Mroton sheep., It is too  small 'to, be very profitable to raise, for.  of course, it,cannot have much wend. and.  as'for eating, why. a hum-ry man could  cat almost a whole one n't a inc.-il. Il is  so small when full grown (hut it can hide  behind a good sized bucket.  It lakes its 'name -from Ihe part of  France where.it is most raii-ed. I'm, if  uo.t a profitable sheep, it is a dear little  creature for a pel. for il N veiy gentle,,  and because, it is so small it N ind a  nuisance'about ihe house. Any lililcgiil  could find room in  sheep.  One of fills  llu:-.'  ties   is   its  cNi::-.::;e  liei-'lari im-  il'I'lol!  crealii-t'  pet'U.'i.iii  rr c' a-*  44*  4^*1  A<-*������>   '���������  ii .vf sr  4*/(/^'  t?*  ^���������if:^  ! ^if.������5s i-;-y  T    '!���������    U  ^  n  ^i-S>._-|  4  -.?       V?v  ���������1-.5 '.'"'  \f.'X'i.-Sc:-s  y>~i' i\S  r  -i-    ���������*'    -i'  A-i  A*  wrzxLTrnjr t*j+*?iz%rcjn  JV . KTA'fb  *F  'J'  r  ' ������  if���������  "     )  -C, *  _'���������.  /��������� ,'���������.<-/  ... y A  you 'haire not  your 'Calendars for  time to cio it     Wo  large assortment of  already ord&red  Jin V^J.   Vv -���������������  T-*   <T������, -T-.-0-  <! 1? |  J- *.*./ F f*j  c������  the,  . "r-*������  iia^*  '���������������  a  .* ij  * l~1 :  ���������c-v;  -U  some aesi^n^  ,0  '7*  r.t'0..  A  II.' rl  ���������%-/ ���������  ���������Tn  ,^pp  ^rp-  "^  SVI  :il...v   v.; ! i  feel iiii---of it> human I ri: in!.-- when it ha:-  been broiighl .i:;'i..-i pet in ll.:- l-.-ia-i- and  has-leained in' di-iiu-tui'l-li I.-. I .������������������������������������������������������n h.:p  .piui'ss and iiuh,.ip|,i;ii'.-> If a:.y perM.n  'whom it likes is \ ���������.��������� uiinh pli-a.-i-d :t!,(ii:i  ���������.iiiytliin-,' and sL\ it l.y l.iu^-iinn. the  iiltle sliecp will' k- aluuit willieveiy  sign ofjoy, but ;'. on the contrary. Unperson shetls tears the syinpaihi tic friend  will evince its sorrow in an ot-uaily unmistakable, way.���������Strav Stones. v  '    ���������   THE COOKBOOK.   '   ���������>  fi.*"-  I ���������'������������������  THE WRITERS.  Conan Doyleis a splendid atblele, firm  in the saddle, a quick ami sure .shot, an  all around spoilsman and as slronj: as a  giiiht.  Louise Chandler Monldai believes (hat  editors are belter critic- than fellow  writers. "Xotliing," she-iays. "is so foolish as to send inaiuisciipt to other writers for'criticism."  Mark Twain was recently asked what  were'his boyish ambitions. "First." ha  replied, " I wanted to be a circus clown,  but I modified Unit and decided to lie1 a  Mississippi congresMiian." <  Edmund Clarence Stednian, (he poet,  ��������� is frequently supposed lo he a huge man  from a look at iiis pictures, but iu reality  Bread keeps better in a wooden ��������� box  than in one of tin.      ,.       ' ,  Meat should always be. cooked 'with  the fat downward.  '���������   When .-i recipe says "ohe cupful," you  may be safe in using half a pint.  To tost milk place a drop on the finger  nail. If it stays there, Ihe milk is good.  If it runs off, like water, don't use it.  Liver should always be parboiled jmd  wiped, dry before frying. This'not only  keeps the juis?, but softens the flavor..  A good'way lo extract the juice from  heef for Ihose who require (hat. nourishment is'to boil the beef on a gridiron for  a few minules and ihen squeeze with' a  lemon squeezer.    Adda li'.ile salt.  -"?*    :-',  4,    ..I  fl*f  ���������#   trf   '  A* *   4  -'(J-.-'jSJ^*  ^  ^4Jit \ w*^  *������ i"'  {'$*?  a*s 4  A* -   i2U  .   "  '  : It  (fir ^  fAi ffc JH  <&*.& .  r s J������ ���������     ��������� ** I  4*  ' We are,( prepared to do all kinds\of  ;job printing at. reasonable prices. We  carry a' complete stock of paper, for  ���������all'class'es of commercial work." Give  us  a  trial..  The Hee-H Basket.  Every bee carries his market basket  round his hind legs. Any one examining  (lie body of the bee through a uiicroscopo  will observe Ibnt on the.hind legs of the  .creature (here is a fringe of stiff hairs on  the surface, the hairs approaching each  oilier at the. lips, so as to form a sort of  cage. This is the bee's basket, and into  it, after 'a successful journey, he will  crsia enough pollen to last lum for two  or three  days.  he is not.    It  is his whiskers that give  him the appearance of great size in his  portraits, .die is small, i Ii in, ascelie and  cold. _. , ���������  " '  '  S. It. Crockett, the novrlist, keeps, for  use in writing his books, a large collection of-carefully indexed scnipbooks. like  'those of Charles Heade, filled with clippings from newspapers of. all parts of the  ���������world, to a great number of which he  subscribes.  - THE LIBRARIAN.   -  ������&#���������>-  9-x  ..?K  4*:fT  "    At . 'J  sijj������  ti*  T?f  t$T  tl* '  D.on't turn doM-n comers.  Don't leave a book "face down"���������!, e.,  open. " '  Don't, borrow .books from private libraries.  Don't buy cheap books if you can afford  better ones.  Don't mark a book iu any way unless  it's your own.  Don't keep books on open shelves if  you can avoid it. 0  Don't forget that bookcases with dust-  proof glass doors are best.  Don't scorn cheap books if you cannot  afford better publications.  Don't shut a book up with anything  bigger than a narrow ribbon in it.  Don't lend books. No one will treat  your books as you yourself do if you love  them.  Don't forcret that good books are the  best company "in" ilio. rsrli U1 read nndi?,-  Standingly and appreciatively.  t   ij-    .���������>   Si   -T-   it-   %���������   &   5-   SI   Ji-   -1-   a-   n    zt     &   y.   is   *   Jf. "Sit   if-   -j-   W   -i-   -���������*���������   -f    >t-   ->���������   -'���������   **   "���������   ���������>���������   ���������>���������    -'-   **���������   *   ���������*���������   -i-    -f   t-   -f-      iy   .t-   ^   ^i    ���������    -  j.    ,,',.    ,',     y -k    ir    -is    ���������"���������     'T    ������'f.*  -i-' V    *T     I'    tr    -L-    ���������:-    tr    t;    ���������<���������     ���������*;    1      -a    -f     f    'ft    S    "<*    tt     *���������',    *Q    fH    S    S     tg    *T    S    S-    ������    "������    S    *S   '*    <?    *    -a    fr  BUKBR,  GIVE US ATRIAL  Proprietor.  jPlione   43.     .    ,  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  p  nt  V  li tor you,  ,   Fast  .-.Daily  Service  - Between  Atlantic  ���������   and    '  P* _r������ -.  ������*> tT-l f O  j. (.-lUili J.  ���������;'.' el.-i-s .-lee'-cr.- in all Lr.tiii'-,  Tourist Cars  Kooieney Railway ft  Navigation Company  LimiLed.,  Oporating R;is-lo & Slocan Railway,  Iiilern.itioiial Navigation &.1'riiding  (Jomimiiy.  Schod-iTc of Time -Pacific Standard Timo  EiroeLivc Fob. 1st, 1000.  Kr.2l3 iz Slooan Railway  .OOBAN STEAMSHIPS  Kcyal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ALLAN UNE-Krom Montreal  j Xuinidiiin  Corinthian  i Parisian  i Tunisian   -  Oet. -20  Nov. 3  '���������    1G  'DOMINION LINE-Krom Montreal.  Vancouver ���������  Dominion  Cainbrom'iii  Oct.  Nov.  10.  BEAVKR LINE-Krom Montreal,  Lake Megan tic  -  Pinsen'arcr train for Sunclon and way sliitions   i-ake 3jJPe|rl1������r        "    ���������  leaves Kaslo at S a.m.; daily, iel,urnini:vleaves   l.akeuntai.o  SnrMon at, 1.15 p.m., arriving at Kaslo ,i.oo p.m.   JS,!e Ci.nmplai.i    -      -  Oct. :g  Nov. 2  " 9  "   10  '"nbomatio^al J'avigat.ion ancl Trading  Company  Oper.iling on Kuoleiiny Ltikoand Kiver.  P S IvT-itr.'.vriONAi. Ic.'ivi"- Ktislo for Nelson  i ;ii r.ti'.uJ.diiilv eveeiit..Siiiid:i.v: relnrniiig,leaves  ' Velsi.n ol I.���������'���������'"' p-i'-i- eti'ling nt lliillonr. i ilol,  J ������������������mv   Aitw.vnrlii.eii.l all  vvn.v  points; enlineets  tltS   I*'. i'v- N. Iriiiii to mid  from Spoknuc, aL  PassettfTcrs l.ickelcd llirough lo all  parts of <  Gre.it Britain and Ireland, and at specially low  l-itteslo till parts of the European continent.  Ajiplv to nearest railway or steamship agent or  I to  T.  XV. BRADSEAW,  Agent,  Re^o"   tl-'*   1 .,[    ..'distollc.  ,VI'  ilile Point.  IiEi-iio-I>u:icr,n T>ivision  .\-,::'::t!'A'-i'.Ei:TA.  ,,y -mi Ltiju'   IM.  ,i li'ttv".- !\i  -ilo for I.nrdo and  r.i-. lit velf-t .l.'e Di'ly f';  Kridays for Mm I retd'an I  and W'edius '"  i.i.i nl Si.'lti p in. \Vct!ne.*-d:i" !������������������.  PERT PERSONALS.  Why doesn't Dicky IL-irding Davi3  Come to the relief of the China situation?  ������������������Buffalo Express.  Mr. Willie Wallie Astor didn't come  down quite as quickly ns the Crockett  coon, but the coon didn't crawl.���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  It is claimed (lint Julian Ralph is inclined to syinpnlluV.e with (lie Chinese.  Julian seems (o irel his -.vniDatliies badly  reversed.  C.ou(-t, Cttsiellaut" uas fuufc'Ut {inoiim  I\Y  9  I llpV  itii-iiiys i  ed c mice!ing  ay-  ���������:"v ie  o-l"ii,  for T iroiit-'.  ��������� III ill! 1 f.Oill  .-.|i',-!-:it;i-*-  .|i' .Yjlii.ii'-. a  KOOTENAY   COUNTRY.  Tii-!.' I-��������� .--ni.! I-���������'  .'tilled --l.iies.  To  ii -i-erlai'i  ill ;-.i   principal landings  in   both  ..i =il oilier points when .signalled,  point*; in  Canada and the  S. S. KJ'^       ������  ..,i\<\ "/' -ardeau.  '-   ]   . ���������. g between A rrowliead and Thomson s  ^ I "I'Jilidii'ir eoiiiinciieing .June 10, l!XJ<i, will siil a.s  folioWh- (weather permitting):  Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  iind Comaplix at-Tk. daily.  Leave Thomson's Landing ami Comaplix for  Arrowhead at 17k. daily, connecting with all  ('. I'. If. trains and boats.  ^ if  rales   and   full   information,  ROBK]!T'IRVING,  M imager. Kaslo, B. O.  D raving  ;uir  Teams alw.-i  nuticp.  taken.  ilejixpriii^   a  spoeialiv  ready   at   slioitesl  Contracts   for  johljin-.  AsiPn-   for   B. C. Oil Co.  :.fiii a'-r.  ���������'.Hi lv.  DAILY T'.AI'vYS  KcvL'W'.k'-  llt'V'j'.MOku  'i'i- an 1 ff'-ni Kool.-uny  Level-tol-o  : 17.1 I  . 17 "'������  ' Parian Faciilo Navigation Co, L'd  jut-.  at..asi:a  'i!.i-*< for  Fir  nfe������. i ic!-'is ii'i'i full iiifi.-rtnatl'ii:  ro Agent. Uewi-Uke. or  ���������ply  Robert Samson.  I~  . J. COYL  ���������i  W.  F.  AN  DER30N.  A. G. P.  A.,  T.  P. A.,   .  Vancouvc  ���������,BC.  Nc  SOPi'B. C,  ROUTE.  -.-.'range!. .Iiioeati and Skagwny  I. a ve. Vieloria  L'rcry V/nilneeday at 8 p. m.  i.t-1 Vaiu-rnver  Svi-ry r:,iur-.-c*iy nt 2 p. m.  ���������fliers for Nor!'.) *rsi   Prili-h Columbia ports  ' i.".ive Vieli-.-i.i and Vancouver weekly,  to-, etc. on appliealion to  O. S. IIAXTEIJ.  General Passenger Agent,  Vii-loria, IJ. 0,  The owners reserve thc right to change times  of sailings without notice.  TIIK FRKl) U013INSON LU.MUKR CO. LTD.  F. ROHINSOX.  <i     Managing Director.  BAUER & ASHCBOPT,  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,  MINING ENGINEERS,  Surveyors of Mine?, Mineral Claims and Crown  Lands,  VANCOUVER,  Q, p, I  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Zbe 1Rootena\> flDail  PUBLISHED KVKKY THURSDAY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ��������� BY������������������  li. It. CAMIMIKLU  J-UHI.ISIIKK AND 1'HOl'ltIKTOll.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVERTISING UATKS quot on appli-  eat ion.  JOB PRINTING of every kind at most reason  able rates and shortest notieo.  ACCOUNTS for job printing or advertising  payable on the lirst of every month.  COUHKSPONDKNCK on all matters of loeal  or public interest, invited and carefully considered. All communications to Ihc Kditor  must be accompanied by the name of the  writer, not necessarily for publication, but  as nn evidence of'good faith.  Address  Tim Kootjsnay AlAir.,  Revelstoke, B.O.  THURSDAY", OUTOKISR, IS, L000.  only   ;i  successful   vindication, but an  iittack as well.  ��������� Sir Hibb'e-'t Tuppei's speech' was  cheered by his paity friends, but his  attempted reply to Mr. Sifton evoked  no response from an audience still,  dumbfounded by Sir Charles Tupper's  letter of abject apology and unqualified  retraction, and with the sound si ill in  their oars that Sir Hibbert Tupper had  no personal charge to bring against  MV. 'Sifton. Those two things funned  the events of the evening and they  were the means' of leading Conserva  lives to say it would have been better  for them if Sir-Hibbert had goue  through to Nova Scotia on the Imperial Limited without stopping over  here.  At TiiK-Jjrand^n   meeting on Saturday night Hon. Clifford Sifton exposed  another   of    the   despicable   methods  which  are  being  used by llie Conservative p'irty   hi  their efforts to delude  the   electorate.    In   referring  to this  fraud .Mr. Sifton "said :    ������* IJcfore deal  ������ ing with' Sir Hibbert Tupper's remai l;s  T want to refer   to "a   docume-it  that  came through the, mails to the'.electors  of this constituency.    It is sent, out on  behalf "of   the   Conservative managers  -and is the most  infamous ever sent to  . any elector in Manitoba.    If Mr. M,ac  donald   does   not   apologize   for  this  document then hundreds of electors of  Brandon will testify   to  their detestation of such tactics.     (Mr. Sifton  was  refer.-ing-to a. four page  paper printed  hy the   Montreal   Star   a  fac-siuiile of-  the Toronto'Globe heading.),    The intention is   that 'people  will get it and  think it is the. Toronto  Globe.    Thai's  .'what  it is intended for ;   the editorial  page   has   been   copied   and the intention is that   people  reading that paper  will   think'   that   tlie Toronto Globe is  'attacking   the ".Liberal party.      ] say  . that' it  constitutes a falsehood, and'if  Mr. Macdonald does not apologize then  he is not living up to  the character he  took for himself at the commencement  of the .campaign."     "When the Conservatives   have   to resort to such tactics  as the 'foregoing   it   is convincing evidence that all their talk of unredeemed  dedces is mere   bluster, and as such it I  -will    be   construed    not   only   by tin-  electors of" Manitoba but of 'the e  Dominion.  How' is the ambulance fund pro"  gressing. , , ,  Hugh McPherson came up ' from  Trout Lake yesterday.  E: J.   Coyle,   assistant-general   pus  sengi-r agent of llie C.P.R,.,  was at  the Revolstokt- Sunday.  A fiesh supply of the very best'  Chocolates, Ron Bons and Crystalizucl  Fruits'just opened up at the Canada  Ding &��������� Book Co.'.--. o  , Ri-'V. S. J. Thompson received word  this week of lhe death of his father,  Mr. Wm. Thompson, of Drew, Oui.  He had reached* the - ripe age of Si  yes-is'.   Death w;ii clue to paralysis.  Thc services in the Methodist church  next Sunday at' the usual hours, Bible  das-; in the' al'tei noon to- which all  youn ,r men aie. cordially invited.  Reserve the evening of November 1st-  for attending the 1-enelit ctn.cerl.  Tickets-may'he had from the com:  mittee or at the Canada Drug & Book  Co.'s si one where holders'of reserved  seal, tickets tuny have them marker].  young CornwnHis West is old enough  to know hi- own mind, aud if ho isn't it  won't hint him lo have a guardian.���������Chicago Inter Ocoai:.  It was very kind cf' the Prince ol  Wales to j-ive his consent to the marriage of L'ul.v Randolph Churchill and  Lieutenant Cuinwnllis, yet wo had supposed that the lady was of age and didn't  Deed it.  Kootenay Lodge  ><?������* No.i5A.F.&A.M.  S&, * ���������������  '   The regular meeiing-'  aro held in Ihe Tvlas-  v*  if    l"  t1 i       S-i >'}   *���������  \RGK    AND   VrELJi    LIGHTED  BAllJ'ld-:   IcOOMS.   Heated by  S hot air and electric bells and  liylil in every room.   Kree bus meets all  trains.  REASONABLE  SATES.  Night Grill I'onin in connection for (lie  convenience of j:i'C.-is arriving ;ind de-  ]iiirt.iii;>; by nijjh! t ruins. Hourly street  cur between hole! and station.  Ubn^Y.B.YYr������5h\-Jprftl;irll5i.Syf!  ��������� REVELSTOKE, B. C  0II.  J.   PKATT   SlXUETARY.'  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. 0. O. F��������� No. 25.  .ig&S*-^--        HcKular meetInp-s arc held  N,T. EDWARDS. X:G.       J. A. STONE, Sec  " rt* _  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  .Meeis every Tuesday  ^^Wr~W^S^   evening in Oddfellows  #^ W)        W^=KHall    at,    S    o'clock.  W      jrJ-���������-<K^      ^vA Visiting .brethren cordially invited  to  at-  1>. IIOOLKY, X. 0- ,   "*'��������� MATH IE, Sec.  Ibca '  RAHAMSON BROS.  PROP'S.  irst-class  spect.      All  modern conveniences.  Fire  tec 'bus  i' same 'management:  QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  is^^Sfei  COURT MT. BJEGBIE  .&        I, O. F, No. 3461. ���������  ������������������ ; i^f^ "FS^'if \ '  -  \f$){TgSjr;isl}\   IMecis'in the Oddfellows  '^ f/$&%W  I Hall on the second and  '. A&&-Z... -^sfeti/ fourth Mondays' of, each  V&WLB.C$S������S^ month.   Visiting breth-  N5^ ;:"'": ������g^    ren   invited  to attend.  C. W. MITCHELL,  It. S.  b. it. ATKr^s,  c. u.  m  H. HOLDICIE  &OOQ 0;0<>0<K>"0<>-0^  ' i -  \$i pee DAy-,*-^     ' .    l%i;H^'i!fctricitv  aoracj j^ya-Ti  4? t% A  Sealed Tenders.  ClKALHD TKN'I'KIIS addrcssetl lo the under-  O signed and endorseil. " Tender for Columbia Itiver Wi'gon Road." will lie received at  this oii'ce until noon nn Thursday the-.ith day  of Oelober, l'.Kid, for the construction of about  three mid threc-tpiarter {'1\) miles of the " Col-  uiiibia Kiver Wagon Itoad," according to i?]iin~  iind specilieations to be--ee.n ut the I'rovincial  Government Ofltee, Ilcvclntoke.  Tender- vvill nut be considered unless made  on the form Mi-mlied and' signed with tlic  fief mil signatures of tenderer-.  Rond of two -nullified person* for the stint of  two thousand dollars must, accompany each  tender.  The lowe.-t or any tender not necessarily  accepted.  )���������'. G.J-'AUQUIKn,  Assistant Coiimii���������ir.ner of Lands & Works.  Provincial Govoninicot Ollice.  Uevelstokc, 17th October. WOO.  ANALYTICAL C11KMIST AND  ASSAYKK.    ,  Roval School of Alines, London.  Seven years at:\lorfti Works, Swansea.  Seventeen years Chief Chemist to WifaM.ii  Coal and Iron Co., KniJ.   "     TT ,, ,..        , (,-.  Late Cheinist and Assayer, Hall Mines Ltd.  Kvery description of assay and analytical  work undertaken. ���������  Claims examined nnd reported upon.  KEVKLSTUKK. li- 0. '  J  ^^*   ���������  W. CROSS, M. D.  SDUGEOX TO THE 0. V. K., CITY HMAI.TIJ  Oj.'KLCKK,      '    '  Oflico: Taylor Ill'jck, Jlacl-cnzic Avenue. '"  est B ands of  , Wines,-; Liquors and  Cigars!  R. OALEY, PEOP'R.  ���������<KK)'O-O-O-0<>0W  "WHOLESALE  H;  U1VEY k McCARTER  .-���������The Bik BrahfJoivMeeting;.,  Tenders for Big- Eddy Mill Sits at  Revelstoke, BYC.   ��������� ��������� t-EATjKn TEN'nEFir--addressed to the under  , _ r���������. , . <��������� ^5   --i-ni'd nnd m irked on tlie envelope -Ten  Brandon. Oct.     14,���������-Lhe   champion ��������� dor for nig Eddy Mil! .Sire.'  v.-iil be received at i  ���������nn,,.:,,,.    cVoiit    .vf    flip   l-rili f :f--i ��������� i">m i thi- Deiiinmi'tit iinl'l noon of  -Monday, the 3rd  .spotting    e\ent, .or    Mio   }.OIK,e,i. ������...m . ofDort.ni.^,-. wX for certain laud known as the  Tlie   ex-minister of ; Iii*:' Eddy Mill  site, on  the foiambia Uivor. j  oppo-*;te Kcvs'stokc. 11. t'.. miiubcred on a plan  1 ���������     ���������        ,a.s lot  J3ARiUSTl?ll8, SOLICITOUS, ETC.  Offices :   Moi.FjOnv.   Bank  Li.ocic,   IIkvkl-  O S'lOICK, U. 0.  Moncv to loan. \  Ofllces: Uevelstokc, 1LC; Fort Steele, B. C.  Geo. S. McC.vktui;. .'. A. ILvrvky,  Uevelstokc, I?. C. Kort Steele, B. C  ^pRIVA'tE^  p-VyiadyYwith, experience' ia niVan. lo receive cn  ������������������ '���������"���������'���������:giigcinents as ti private nurse. . . -..'.'"���������./ Y'.p  Address��������� AY1!..care of the���������MAi'lY.ofllce.-:,'  Established 1886.  Til!  ncorporated 1895.  MeLennan, MeFeely'fc Company/Limi  )  Your Pocket-book  may be low but nobody sees it, but  if .your clothes are shabby that  ������������������cities it, nobody wants to know you.  Ladies or Gents Tailor Made Clothes  repaired and cleaned in good style.  Call or send po^t card.  paiiTtj   is   over.  .     ���������/��������� ' j..'| ���������   ���������  , .��������� ,i     ���������   .���������    -      * oppo-'ite Kovsi.'tokc. B. C.. nutuln'ren ot  justice and the minister ot Use intprior; 0f L���������rvtvprpparcd bvJaine- K.������.ir,l.>ii - ,    ���������.       .. _ .        0,  crossed   swords   on   the platform here    '���������?��������� Sana 1. lying in -eciiotH^,ii.d :������.in Town-   Samuel   -Neeaham,-. Douglas   bt.  ,���������, .   r       . ��������� ship Si. Jinnee ���������>. W e>*. or the (mb Meridian.  liis'. nit-lit.       lhe crowd-.wa.s-iniinen.se. j    The lwu- vvi'lbedi-spo.-ed of in one bioek oiilv, F^tabMshed 13 years.  Tr    was   one   of    the   bi^^est  DOlil^-al" conipri.-in** the v-.hole four lot--, and the tender- Strictly Union Labor Shop.  j.c   .m.is   oiil   ul    itic   en^^tau  puiit.^.tt , j,,.,^ =w:(. t;,r. boi1U!, which the person tender- ���������   iiieetitn*s   ever   held  in Manitoba, aiul ; in-,* orr<irj in fiddition to the upect price at thc   ��������� ; ���������  '    in point of   intelligence,   and the char- j "va������h.'Sc^m'n-t   be accompanied'bv an    Dllfn ?         T)rW������ ?  acter   of   the   audience/it  was never : am-r.;ed cht.iueon a cimnered Bank in favour; KM! 1^ Do'ltS J  ,.   .         ,���������.        r ..        ,              ,   . ..        ! or the Bcttuty Mini-t.er m  lh" Interior, for lhe | xJwiU-sJ '          a^vajw s  excelled.  ���������    ihe   Liberals are  jubnant j aninum   of the_bo;.u- which the .ipplioant I- ���������  .   over   the 'result  Dawson, Y. T.       Vancouver, B. 0.  ���������     ',     IMI'OItTEUS AND .IOBBEKS Ob"  Iron    Steel     Class,   Taints,    Oils,    Metals,   Stoves,   Tinware,   (Jans, etc., e c  WEMAKIC A SPilCIAlVTY  OF  8UPPL1ES for Mines, Mills, JJlacksmill s  Railroads, 0'intraclors, Lumbermen, etc.    Agents for : ���������-  Giant Powder Co". ���������    I-'airban!-*- Scales.      Bcnnetl.'s  Kn;-li>h Ktise. .    Majestic   .  istccl l.'aiisc*-.      C'anlon Mininj,'Steel.     'Hpooner's C'opi-ennc.  Registered Trademark  "Sunset." "���������  . i,���������.   a.,.. ������h.,t cjii- 1 prepared to pr,y for the l.in.I.  xliev    *%.iy tli.U an _     T',)C hi:,i,c;t ^nin.,-t(.nrlf.r n-iS! not neecs-tirily  Hibbert,   Tupper'.--    speech    made    50" beacc-jiwl.,.  i!        m      o-t?. i j-    /-���������!      i      '     N" ffiidi-r ov rele^r.ipli ".-ill be I'titrrt-iiiied.  votes   tor   Mr   bitton, and air Oliarles , vi-i{\ v.v (.   KKVl-'-"  Tupper's   written   apology   and retrae- , r,,.,.,!,,,..,  tion made "another 50 for liini. '  > [)tl,.irtnichi of 'I.''- Ini'-riur,  There is t-uod reason  for the Liberal j       Otfav-,i.O''t'>bnr:{. lim.*  view    th.'.'b   the   meeting   will inciense ; ���������  jaaies  uv Barbe  AT���������  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.  C.P.R. V/atch Inspector.  D  h  Mr.    Sifton's   inajurity   by   100. nsiriei  from    the   fact,   that   he   worsted   his !  opponent   in    the,   de.Wite.    Lolh the! Fll ,,,-, ,.Ntll��������� ,)f ,.���������. Kom.'i,,-,; j...)t,J>. r r.,���������.  ; Tuppers had been   giving'"J-/-!, hy asser j       |....-iy. I.iiniiid l.i.ibility  tion'   or   iniDlieation    that   there ������-a-, '     Pur-uen! ������/< tb.- '���������Crediiwr'- Tm-- l> -d- \>-i  .,        '      t     , I ,    .^ tvllil   Ali|i?:."i(i'J.'"   Act-'       linji.'c i- /:'. , li i l.iil  ,'li'-  sonie evidi-'iiee to be producon, it oppor- \ Kooi-iikv- i.timbf-r c.i'nii.iiv. .'.-o-'.-d :,-il-ii:i-..  tunity was affurded, involving Mr. Sir'- - who-e r.| t-^-;.;-b.^in.-^iiv .,���������  i ,. < .y i.i  Vi.  y y. . ifiri.t nnd .it < imd.i'.|i\'. H. r .. li i������bv d.cdil.tti i  tons    persona!    honor   and   intei*ritv. ' 3nltl.iv of o.-Toiii-r. r.t m . i - -. -_r <������. I ���������-' m,- ir f r-  Last   ni-l.t   Sir   Charles Tupper will,, , ^r^\ $%i^!%i,,;. l^^uh^  drew    in     writing   the   charge  lie liar! | real est.i'e U, A mm   Kn-d<-ri������.   Ili-ln .v. II i.f  i|,i  ,     .     r, ,     ' , . ' citv of   \ .iticiii:-. er, I'.. ''. ."���������'"���������/'iiit.io'. hi  rrn-t  nuuie in Urandon less Ihan  a year a^o. , for'the jfeneni. b.-judlt ������f tin ir <,-, #;. ��������� ������.r-. ���������.*!,:. h  and -Sir Hibbert   Tupper de.-lared that I deed wtwcMcuiwl by th.- ������iid lvoo*<-i, ,> ).���������:,���������-  '  ' rr .  her ( uoifiiiiv.   Limit* d    ,iat������;!).".- on  tin *...rd  he had   no   personal   cliar^e    to   make ! day of OctolV-r. in'-n, .m'l .Ii.-Ittt !���������>��������� d' n- Hi'lli- . JT-V ���������      fl���������r-J     T'i r,l\\y,rirw*,  nKainst   Mr.   Sifton, anil, substituted a | ^^tiV^^^ SM    liOOSOSOfl  charge of favoritism on the part of Mr   j Minded   Liability tire   r.:'i>;ifv.l   ro   rib-   'r.'-ir,  c,.r  ������ , - . \ clniins with the trustee, pioverl  a-r'.'.uir'-d bv  Sifton and   corruption   among some or -  the Yukon oilicial.s.  Tt was a j^reat victory for Mr. Sifton, who readied (he platform encouraged by tiie .greatest reception ever  ������������������iveii to a public man in Manitoba.  Tlis lliousamls di fiiends present not  only cheered for fully five, minutes, "out  difl so with such enthusiasm as can't,  he pumped up for the occasion, and  must have a solid basis of 'esteem and  admiration.. Nor did Mr. Sifton'dis-  jippoint th"iii.      liis, speech   .vas   not'  THE _  badminton note!  v \ ^'fsHVF-P  v /\J tvvYIU > I-IN.  RATES   'o2 "0  ,PEi!    DAY.  Lumber Co, Limited.  THE JEWELLER'S  If you will give us a list of everything  quired (Stoves excepted) in the Mouse  Furnishing" line find the amount, you  wish to expend on" same we will be  pleased to send you illustrations or, full  descriptions of our goods.  Wo Can Furnish Your Home Complete.''  38 Years Experience.  \[  rzs&jsrrzna  t.ho Act,: bating UirpHCCiiriliiY-i in.-l'l by Mif'in.. f)d. f  or before thc day of .mcc'tincj of ertid'iiur- wl..|.;li  iilici-cbv.dii.llcrrfor Kridav Lh:; 2'.i,-l.-l;iv of'N'ov- !  . ember. 1900, at'2:30 o'oloek p.'in..'iit t lie rilllcr of i  the .'jaid John   Kn-.tlerio fJeMnvell.'Xa. '.'>l!i TfYi.s-.!  tiiiRrf Street, Vtuiconver, 1!. (Y. '       y.   . -, -i   ..-On o-iifl -(f:'<*)'"l-l j ik fl;il ������������������������ ou c  prices ii'nr  .    Aft.tr (.liei-livle of tho snirl meetin-i; the tni-iee ���������; , "   V-���������,,..,;, ,i ...:n i,:,. ,,u ri.liiYi.v ��������� ':  will procwM to (lis.trlbnto.l.lio.-w-ipf^r.f ihi-iii.Ml--   ^"l''"���������' u <"1 ,vVlil..'". 'ls foll<n' h '      . ,    ,  eMtal.e anions  the  erefliloi-''  entitled ��������� l.lieruto.  luiviii'^ ret'iu'd only, to Iho clinii'i'. of v:\i\v.\i he  Uiuw^iii.'- notice, find Hhull not hedubleafler the  said   dii.te- for   the' procueds of' tho said'tru-a  estate or any part thereof xo diHtributed in any  ereditor  of'.whose  claim he'had not notice al.  tlie'Um'd'of'tho disfribiu.io.'i tliereof.  Dated 101,11 day nf.October, A. J.).. 1000..   Y  ',,'Y    HOWARD J. DUNCAN, ,.  '       ''  SIOLSQ  | J. D. MOLSON, Manager.  Iiifoi'iHiraLi'd bv net of Piiiliiimnnt 1S55.  HEAD OFF|Ch: "- -. . MONTREAL  Wm. :'I<)i.s^MA(,r'!*Ei?Si'ix, Pro--.      S. II. Ewixg, Vice-Pi-es.  ./amkw Elmot. Geni'i'Hl Alaijiigin'  PAID UP CAPITAL - - $2,170,000  RESERVE -     .        -..- - 1,850,000  goneriil baiikiny biihinush traiiMictc.l.   Interest allowed on deposits at current, rates.  REYELSTOKB, B. C.  How and Th<  ���������V'fiJIo  ,D3G Hastings Street, Vancouver,  Solicitor for'UmTntr-t'cc.,  $1  per cord at Mill  $2       "      delivered.  , Prices Cut for Cash.   .  . ' "   , ^      'taiREBfSSSBSB ���������   .  Fred Robinson,/VUinaging Director  j 'J'hi-ri1 rniiic*- ;i 1 ini" r.ou .-ihii I hen v. !i"ii cvci'v tri'iii U*m:in   I (���������������������������Is liicn-  I ..xn'iill'Miallv st Vii-il -11SCl  W^ll-l-llI-li'L-l'tlll'l'Mlit "if rllilllt'S.    Ihi' (ICCflslOll  1 hi.'iv   UJ  a   v.cd'iiMur. a rcci-jil ion,   a  jounn-v/ or soiih-  nt ficr impoil h lit.  fu'iHtion. ..Tl'i.-it. is Viiii' tiiii.'-' to ,avoid  h chance ���������'fit.    Tliat. is lhe Iimi;  (il)uv('all oL!n?rs. lit Kivi-!lh(> oi-di'i'.U). iiii'.   ' Y '   ' '.���������-.,  .'������������������; .,  ..  ,1.41'...  ''*-���������..    /���������  ':. '-   ' "Y   '���������'   /'.  ���������1 &  THE KOOTENAT0MA1L  THIEVES' SLANG.  A '''wire'' is another term for pickpock-  et.  A ili'iiukcn person is known as a ������������������dummy."  One who taps tills is designated as a  "heeler."  A policeman in uniform is said to be in  "harness." <���������  A policeman in civilian dress is called  an "elbow."  Pickpockets aro "dips," and fanners"  or "stailers"' are assistants.  When a thief has been frustrated in a  design, he isfisaid to have had a "1'AlI."  , To "switch" is for one thief (o transfer  to an accomplice whatever plunder he has  secured..  A safe or'hiding place in which valuables are hidden or stored is known ������.s  a "register."  "One stitch" means one yeariii the pen-  ' ilentiary; ' "two   stitches"   menus   two  years, and so on.  "A graft" is tliat at which a lawbreaker is most proficient���������for instance, cracking a safe or picking a pocket.  "To work-lhe shorts" means to relieve  people of their valuables as they either  alight.from or board a street car.  The individual who has thc faculty of  learning the arrangement of a house to  be'robbed is known as a "house' prowl."  The individual who is an expert in removing bills and papers from a purse or  pocketbook without extracting the pocket book is<ea!led a "wecder."  , "When a town is on lire" a "crook"  moans that a city or location is not fertile in valuables or that it is best not to  ply-' ;bo<,trade hceaii.*-" "/", the viirii.nice of  the police.-  duel mi.I eoii,  of lliin^ <���������<���������;:  have  by ill  caii'-e  luck.  t.fi' ;*���������] -nulled If iln> s.v.t  iipii'^. lhe (i.iidds -ivill. yi't  .  Iji-i'-'ie  llu1-'   are  pin.v.ii-<]  ���������   -  -v~.  I-    /tS-J-fJ-i. :t~:-n ���������J~'.-Zn,^>J..&J*?-J,*>J.?<?-J.i3.-U*Z*l-Q *~!/>T J *'���������!���������> ������������������ At������'W'?f9  -T       .-7.      -7-     -���������>     O-     ->      V     ->     tl-     IJ      .*-     'f.     -y     -*     -/-     ->     ->.    J*     *>     -J-     '*���������     -0-     *>.     i^  '^���������^.Vi^������^:&il-&^i>.i���������F;'''^?*-ii-i>;     .-.*.-. -\ .u- ���������-.   -.     -        * .        -;  -7,*   K  '��������� .3-  ->      -7-  K  -v  V       \  ANIMAL ODDITIES. ,   _ , i  in   the  gulf I  ,Wlialos  are  never  found  stream.  Some snakes will rat ,eggs; ollters are  .Inordinately fond of milk.  Once a brav man [lulled two decayed  teeth from the jaw of a lion stra|iped to  a (able. The lion roared in a frightful  manner, but afterward showed its gratitude, lo the surgeon in many ways.  The sea horse alone, with 'One other  existing fish, (he gar pike, possesses the  power' which was common to many of  the older fishes���������that of turning its. head  independently of its body. The sea hoivc  can also U'.'.'u its eyes in' almost any direction.  THE  DOMINIE.  ,     Bishop MeCabo'of fjio Methodist Kp's-  copal church proves' from actual  figures  '. that the average travelim,- expenses of  each bishop for a year are only $4('.'i. .  A chapel is to be. erected in Leicester,  England, as .i memorial to the Rev. Robert Hall, who was pastor of the Harvey  Lane chapel from.lSOT to 1JS2G. It will  cost about $35,000.  The Rev. .lam Jce of San FYnneisco  is the only Chinese Christian minister in  the world, and he is conducting"service's  . regularly in the city. He stili wears a  cue and the flowing robes of the orthodox  Chinaman. ' , .  The Rev.'Elijah Kellogg is still preach-  'fug regularly'nt Ilarpswell, .Me., though  fn the eighty-eighth yiar of his age. In a  recent sermon on Judas' betrayal lie  characterized the love of money as'"the  meanest of human affections."  Under the terms of the will of the late  ���������Rev. Dr. Samuel M. llaskins, who for  T<9 years was rector of St. Mark's Epis-^  copal church in, Krooklyn, all of lii.s man-',,  " uscripts of .sermons except  those'wbith  , the members of his family especially desire to preserve are to be consumed in the  furnace of the church.  SuinHcHt Sheep In lhe World.  The very smallest of all the kinds of  sheep is (ho tiny Href on sheep. It is too  small top be very profitable to raise, for.  of course, if cannot have much wool. and.  as for eating, why, a'hun-jiy man could  eat almost a whole one'at a meal. It is,  so small when full grown that it can hide  behind a good sized bucket.  It takes, its name from Ihe part of  France where it is most raised. I'M. if  not a profitable sheep, it is a dear,little  creature for a pet. for it is veiy j-i-ntlo,  and because it is so k:*;.-iII it is nut a  nuisance about the house. Any lillie giil  could Iind room in her lap for ���������" Ilieion  sheep. , ������ '  One of (liis lli/ie ercalire's pi'cn.'i.iii  ties is its i>-;i:-c:ti(> syit'-p;;i;.y \v':!i the  foeliinif- nf .its !:i:i'.iai! Ire in!.-- when il lia*.  Lieen brouiil'.i i:j>' a pel in ���������!.;��������� h-msi- an-!  has learned  tn i!i.-ii;:i:iii*-li  I,; i v-ri'ii l:.-;p  ^.y -. ,  MX  A,'.{:.'.  1AT  \- -i  Al  -a  <*  -/-    -f-    f-    ...    -<-        .     i,    ..  i     i<    I     1     i      i     V     1'  >vi -{ t '-.  *)       <J       -t-      "(���������      ���������(���������      -4-      1-       ���������*-      IT      "I-       4-  ���������("���������.  ** &  p"1  ^ tW*M  ' ���������!.<-  vr-zr-t.  va  *./  ������3  <^*k?J&^ ^h&S'M&Mz, ^2TyW\  ��������� >  t~?  ^fiftfj^m  v.i.u.  i. ...j.wr.jat  rj^.J'^Tcsnn'JwuanaswanrxKr  ������   Sl-J.  V* ((. r'  ', *'. /'  A:i,,-.: u2-.  >    ���������i .    it  <������*,  ���������  A*K>  *S-f ;v ..'/���������  f9      ������       *>  ���������you 'have .not already  ordered  ���������far*  time to do it.  large assortment  some designs, "  JLUl.  J SOI ~rt ow  IS  v, .1 p  have  .���������. T-*  i";' O T'* f - O  6.J.&J jJ*.\A. ' ' Cv  nr  ?>-i..  _ e,'  O "' ^-J  '^ ���������(.,  i?l ^.?"0  ^:  *~ * ~. ...  '- ��������� 5 ������ir  .'.''? ^    Tt*  (,<3 id.  ^-  v  ���������-��������� -^ f  -   9 t  . ' -'c >T  *-   -^   -,-  ��������� ?������. -r  r  -^--r  i������'I^  K-  ' i, ,  ^������^  i;iih.!jipiue.-.s      | r a:-y   p..'  h i.i,.-.y,..l ..!  n  ii'.cli !'lca---eil al.nr.l  it l,y i.iiighin--. the  k abniit \vit!i eveiy  mi the contrary, (he  piness and  whom it likes is  "nytliing and m.  little sheep will  sign .of'Joy, _ but  person sheds tears the sympathi-lic friend  will evince its sorrow, iu an eipiaily un-  inistakable way.���������Str'av Stoiies.   -  i  ,.   THE COOKBOOK.  -ix  I       S  .1'  4*  /--���������'  i ;-.���������'  THE WRITERS.  Con an Doyle is a splendid athlete, firm  in the .saddle/'a quick and sure shot,,an  all around spoitsinan find as strong as a  giant.  ' ���������  Louise Chandler Moulton believes that  editors are belter' critics than fellow  writers. "Xothiug." she says, "is so foolish as to send manuscript, to other writers for criticism."  '   Mark Twain was recently asked what  were  his boyish  ambitions.    "I-'irsi." lie  replied, " I wanted to-be a .circi:*- clown,  ���������but  I  modified that and decided  to be a.  Mississippi conj-rcsMnan." ,  Edmund Clarence Stednian, the poet,  is frequently supposed to be a large man  from a"look at iiis pictures, but in reality  he is not. It is liis whiskers, (ha; give  him the appearance of great size in his  portraits. He is small, thin, ascetic and  cold.  S. II. Crockett, the novelist, keeps, for  use in writing his books, a large collection of carefully"indexed scrapbooks. like  those of Charles Reade, tilled wilh clippings from newspapers of all parts of the  world, to a great number of which be,-  subscribes.    THE LIBRARIAN.  ' Bread  keeps ��������� better in  a  wooden  box  than in one of tin.      . ,  ���������  Meat should always be cooked with  the fut downward. ���������   ���������  1 When ,'i recipe says "one cupful," you  may be safe in using half.a pint.  To test milk place a drop on thc finger  nail. If it stays there, the milk is good.  If it runs off, like'water, don't use it.  Liver, should always be parboiled and  wiped dry before frying. , This not only  keeps the juico, but_softens tho flavor., '  , A good way to'.extract lhe juice from  beef for (hose who require that nourishment is to boil the.beef on (-.'gridiron for  a few niinules'-'and ihen squeeze0wilh a  lemon squeezer.    Add a lI'.Me salt.  J  y  .*.:--. xzjr* *���������.. /-ut.*...  4*5  ������l  e are prepai  re  The tlee'K Bnnkct.' ,  Every bee  carries   his, market  basket  round his hind legs.   Any one examining'  tlie body of the bee through a microscope  will observe (hat fin the hind legs of the  creature (hero is a fringe of stiff hairs on '  the surface, (he hairs approaching each,  oilier at the (ips. so as to form a sort of  cage.   This is thc bee's basket, and into  it,  after  a  successful  journey,   ho  will  eraia enough pollen to last him for two  or iiirc-e 'days. ������������������ ���������   .  REVELSTOKE  /?>'?- Mil  Don't turn down corners.  Don't, leave a book "face down"���������i. &,  open.  Don't borrow books from, private��������� libraries. ��������� ������������������  ��������� Don't buy cheap books if you can afford  better, ones.  Don't mark a book iu any way unless  it's your own.  Don't keep books on open shelves if  you can avoid it.  Don't forget that bookcases with dust-  proof glass doors are best.  Don't scorn cheap books if you cannot  afford better'publications.'  Don't shut a book up with anything  bigger than a uanpw ribbon in it.  Don't lend books.' No one will treat  your books as you yourself do if you love  them.  Don't forget that good books are the  best company in ihe^-'-orld !C read nndiir-  Btandingly and appreciatively.  FIJI  f i^  4<{&  <������%$*  At, ^,,-j.  ^-i'T^  A* *������������-  Cv?Jt   i,  (it  ���������i 6-s  Ay- -*i r>  4*r?"  4*V������  ���������..    A* ' ~������  }o do all kinds of  jod printing at, reasonable prices.. We  carrir acbniblete stock of ������������������ paper for  nercial "work.     Give  o  *)  all classes of comi  us a trial;  if* ������?*#������.'���������  t$* ���������  ���������t ���������'������  4<r#  tit  ti*  4*s>^  aA  v*i*&  4*i&.  A* * ������'-v  4*i.^  P.   BUKER,  Class  Work  ��������� 0 ���������  GIVE US ATRIAL  Proprietor.  :     43.'  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  ie  9SS  PERT PERSONALS.  Why ' doesn't Dicky Harding Davis  eomc to tho relief of the China situation?  ���������-Buffalo Express.  Mr. Willie Wallic Astor didn't come  down quite as quickly as the Crockett  coon, but the coon didn't crawl.���������Cleveland Plain Dealer.  It is claimed that Julian Ralph is inclined to sympathize wilh' the Chinese,  Julian seems (o uel his ������vmDnthics badly  reversed.  C.ouut, Cask'llaue 11.19 foujrUt, fl.n<nttC'  LIU U iU  WHO ?  you,  Kootensy Railway &  Navigation Company  Fast  . Daily  Service   ',  * Between  Atlantic  and  '   Pacific.  0  ���������l u'a-* .-'oei'er.- on all Ir.iin.-'  Tourist. Oars  |':i-������ t'lvel.-l -i.e !>'''>' f''< :"->- i>'''"1'  |"riflii.vsfoi' M"i t:���������<������������������'���������''"������ ' ' ���������'-'���������'"'.  -uirhiy*- and NVedm ���������*��������� lay*; for T ir������������l-\  Limited.  Oporatiu-i; Kaslo 5c Slocan Kail way,  International Navigation & Trailing  Uomjiiiny.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Trlail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ALLAN LINE���������From*Montreal  I Xuniidian  J Corintliiiiir  i Parisian    -  i Tunisian   -  Oct. 20  Xov. ;>  "   ,10  DOMINION LINE���������From Montreal.  Schedule of Tirno���������Pacific Standard Time  Etn-clivc' Fob. 1st, 1000.  Kr.nla.i; Sloor^n kailway  Vancouver ���������  Dominion ,  Caiiibroinan  Oct. -20.  Xov. 3  "     10.  BEAVER LINE-From Montreal.  La ko Megan tic  -     -      ���������     ���������      ������������������   -    Oct. fG  I'a.sciKCCiMraiii'forS.u.dpn and ^ay stations   j^kc Superior        ���������      ��������� Nov. 2  l.-ivvcs Kaslo at Sft.ni.;  daily, iel.urnini-Jeavcs   ,T    ,.   .  '  ing at kaslo 3.oo p.m.   MV111,?.11      , ���������  ������ Lake Cnamplain  San.Ion at 1.15 p.m., ari'ivi  1G  ^vrtcrai-itio-ia.1 Navigaiion and Trading  - Couai-aJiy ��������� ���������  OpeiMtiii',' on Keoli-iiay Luke and liiver.  i ft s iN'r ifCA'iTOXAi, leaves Kaslo Tor Nelson  i ;,i (ia'.ni.rtnilv exuciit Siimtny: relarniiiK. '"aves  ' V|.|u(.n 'al I.:'���������!" -i.ii-i.. eallinjr at I aiiour. I Hot  ! i ',\- Ains-.vuri'i. i-ii'l all way pninls; roimects  i iviili^ I-' .'".��������� !<.'. train to nnd from Spokane, at  Yvu Mik; I'l'lnl.  L::ri:o-I.;ir.iop.n Division  a ���������.!���������::: Y\!,iii^tn..,  '  I'assciifrcrs ticketed throuRh' to all parts of  Great Britain and Ireland, and at specially low ���������  rales to all parts of the European continent.  Applv to nearebt railway or steamship agent or  t0 ^  T.  XV. BRADSEAW,  Agent.  Rc^^,7e.  ������������������|,.;;..||... .  V.   1.1 11  Mt  ,.;:;. s,i in "- Ki!*-lo for Lanlo and  !l) |i ei. \\"v(!iu'--'!:i>s.  i\������  I ii|.i'.;vi'd c-nueclin:,' ������������������ :n iu.  ;) Mil 1 f.lliill  KOOTENAY   COUNTRY.  ! .-loM'.iii'i-s.'iill"!. Iirinciirfil landing .in both  ; .ii',.'. i���������..,,,.:-���������l :,i olln-r |.oi..> wlicn Mgniil led.  :    'ivti,.;M.:.i lo all point'? in  Canada and thc  ���������I ''"-rli'"i!-"Tjf'rt'iU"������������������   rate*-   and   full   information,  i ;!���������! Ii-i'.-.^:  If  KOBKjrriUVING,   ���������  Manager, Kaslo, B. C.  Dravini; tni'l ileiivcrin-j a specialty  Teams always ready at slioi test  notice. Conlnicts for johliim  taken.    Agpnf   for B. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  ./;,,. DAILY T'.AIV.-  S.oaaiT. i:cve!stnk'-  lil lv. '      !:evcVio:,i'  i'i.;ii Ivonl-'iiay  Doxd-toko  ;.������������������!���������. 17.11  j I* <r.i i  L'.-inH.  : 1(1  "I. (���������'  Fi r  ntf"*- li-'-fi** an'i fun  ro Agent, lIi-wM.-ke. or  infi.raiali.il-. a:vi>'  E. J.-COYLE,  ' A. G. P. A.,  Vancouver, B Ci  W.. F. ANDER30N.  T. P. A.,  Ncl50n,B,C.  Casaiiian Faeino Navigation Co. L'd  A^A.S'iiA   ROUTE.  .-.,..,.....pi f.,r Wningel. .Iiint-nu and Skagway  ' ' '     ' l. nvi? Vieluria  L'rcry V/odnoi-ciay at G p. m.  iw 1 Vanronver  ���������Cvi-rv T'-ur;-.������n.y at 2 p. in.  s;,., wrnrNi.-iIn-rn Priti������h Colnmljifi ports  '      |.".i\<��������� Vii'liiri-i and Vancouver weekly.  '������������������>!('s '-ic, on application to  0. S. BAXTFII.  General Passenger Agent,  Victoria,  ti:m::e]  je^ibIiE  S. S^^aVdeau."  ���������   ...nd'/       i?   . i   "���������*  t ''.it'll, g between Arrowhead andThonisoii s  i.andim; eoinnicneiiig .June 10, 100(1, will tail aj*  folio wv (wen I her permitting):  Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's Landing  and Comaplix at 7k- daily.  Leave Thomson's La tiding anil Comaplix* for  Arrowhead at l"k. daily, connecting'with all  C. I'. I!. trains and boat.*-.  Thc owners reserve thc right to change times  of sailings without notice.  TIIK FUKD ROBINSON" LUMBER CO. LTD.  F. 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And further take notice tlirit action, unc  section,. 37.  nuisf. bo  corn  1-i-iiiaiicn of sueh certifiente nf ii..���������.  Dated tln'-i^tli tluy of July. 11)00.  nicnceit before the  vciiVciit-

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