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 ���������5-   ������  ZFTTZBLIS^HIEID   JE"VER"Y'  THTJ^  &"  ri>  :f~.  to  Vol. 7.-N6. 30  REVELSTOKE. B. C, OCTOBER 25, 1900.  $2.00 Per Tear.  The Hnnieipal Council  The city cimncil met as usual mi  Fiiday evening with Acting Mayor  Abrahamson in the chair, and Aldermen McMahoni KilpaLrick and'Gordon  ptesent. i ,  A communication was received from  ,    Hi   A.   Brown,   manager   Revelstoke  link asking, use. of wheel scraper for  two days.  G. S. McCarter, city solicitor, wrote  in'reference to Mr. Scott's letter addressed to council and refeired t.o him  saying that the city rs in no way'concerned in Mr. Samson's legal affairs  nil ..can the cil.y be involved in any  way in the suit in question. He further  st;ited' that Uiere was not in his opinion the' least probability of the city  being added as a party to the suitnor  has he the least doubt that the. letter1  in question was written with sin object  other than that of notifying the city of  un intended bona fide application to  the court.    '  Another communication was handed  it'i by the city /solicitor relative to the  claim of damages caused by natural  watercourse across block 90, stating  that in his opinion tlie .owners of the  property in that block have no right  of action against the, cityai ising out  ' of anything done or'omitted to he done  by tiie cily with - reference to s*iid  watercourse. ���������  Chief Bain' notified council of street  light on McKenzie avenue and Second  street having been out all .week saying  he had* called tlie attention of Watei-  wo-Ks Company to the matter th ee  times but nothing was done. ' '  " J. D, Pre.nt ice,, pi ovituial.secretary,  wiole notifying council that. MrrFlor-  ence MeCarty had been appointed a  member of the board of licensing commissioners for the city of Revelstoke. -  Tims. II. Tracy wiote. acknowledging receipt, of cheque for $285 for estimate of Revelstoke Water, Light and  Power Co.'s plant and saying that any.  further information he can give the  corporation will he supplied without  any additional charges.  T. W. Bain, fire commissioner, le-  portcd as follows: "I beg to inform  ' you that I havejnspected lire hall No.  1 and find it in a very dilapidated condition. The front part of the hall is off  the perpendicular about, 8 inches and  floor, is very shaky where, chemical  ' engine stand**. ' I think the Hiuir joists  are rotten and foundation is giving  away. The rear end of building'is all  loose and' one can see tlnough it in  several places.' Unless something is  done it will bo impossible to keep.batteries from freezing this winter*. Hoping yon will" give the matter your  earliest attention.''  J. J Porter asked if council had arranged any plan, of tree planting on  McKenzie avenue. He-would like to  put in a row about-half way between  fence-ami sidewalk if-council had no  better plan arranged. Referred lo  public works committee.-  Moved and seconded by Aid. Gordon  and McMahon that' the; report of the  lire commissioner be referred to the  public works  committee  to report at  etc., and the result of 'their efforts  called forth well meiited praise fiom  those who were fortunate enough to be  present at the great social event of the  season. Eight tables were'set in the  body of the Opera House in" a most  exquisite and inviting' manner and  were presided over by the following  ladies: ,  No. 1.���������Mrs.  A.   McLean,  Mrs.   Mc-  Pherscn, Miss McDonald.  No. 2.���������Mrs. Lawrence,, Mrs., G.  Sutherland, Miss Austin.  No. 3.���������Mrs. Clarke", Mrs. Carrulhcrs-y  Mrs. F. B. Lewi3, Miss Woodley.  '    No. -1.���������Mrs.   Risteeu,   Mrs.  Russell,  Miss Fraser. , ,  *���������������������������   No. 5.���������Mrs. Urquhart,, Mrs. McNab,  No. 6.���������Mrs. J. Lawsoii, Mrs. Palmer.  Mrs. Birnev.  No. 7.���������Mrs. M. Anderson, Mrs. N.  Anderson, Miss Larson.  No. 8.-ChiIdren's Table-Mis'. J3. A.  Lawson, Mis.'B. R. Atkins, tevs. G. S.  McCarter, Miss Atkins, Miss Reid.  The ladies who superintended vied  with one another in seeing which  would nave the prettiest table, but  they all looked, so attractive I hat one  cannot lie given any precedence ove.i  another. Promptly at sixbo'clock the  work of feeding the hungry commenced  and continued with unabated-vigor  until'after eigh't'o'clock. No sooner  had one party had their wants supplied  than theii* 'places were taken by another. The supper consisted .of cold  turkey and ci;anberry sauce, ham and  roast beef, with a large assortment of  The Plaee? Mining. Aet.  The following suggested amendment.->  to the Placer Mining Act published by  the Asherol'L Journal are by a w������*ll  ,infill ni"d mining' man of 13.irkervilii*.  Tiie Journal invites correspondence  from mining men with any suggestions  of changes they think should be made.  All correspondence will be tabulatid  and put before, the mining commission  of B. C. at-an early session.  S.jctioiv2, beginning at the 11 th line,  to read'thus:���������Placer'claims shall be  divided into deep' placer diggii g-',  cieek diggings, bar diggings bench  diggings,   dry   diggings and hill' dig-  next meeting.   Carried.  Moved and seconded by Aid. Gordon  aid KilpaLrick iha't-tho by-law commit- ee be instructed to bring in a bylaw to putvh ise the property of the  Revelstoke Water, Light and Power  C).   Carried.  Moved and sconded by Aid. Kilpat-  ric.k and Gordon that a street light, he  '.placed at, the corner of Connaught  avenue and Second street.    Carried'.  The council then adjourned.  SUPPER AND CONCERT  On Thanksgiving Night a Success in  Every Respect.  The supper and concert which took  place in the Opera House on Thursday  last. Thanksgiving night, was a huge  success, iu every success. All that day  and tlie previous evening (he ladies  toiled hard beautifying the Opera  ���������IXnise will) flags bunting, evergreens',.  salads, jellies? pies, tarts, cakes, etc,  While..supper was being partaken of  an orchestra consisting of Mr. Humphries, piano; J. Taylor, violin ; Miss  Spurling, violin ; R. N. Doj le, clarionet;  E. Edwards, cornet ; It. IJ. Sawyer.  trombone, and W. M, Blown, violin  cello, contributed a number,'of selections to the delightof all present.  In the centre of the hall was a neatly  arranged'- table of fancy and useful  articles, which were rapidly disposed  of by Miss Millard, Miss, Valentine and  Miss McConnell, the ladies in charge.  Ab the end of the hall Miss f-1. Dunn  and Miss Edgar ran a fishing pond  which,was largely pa.ronized. and lhe  fishers were so expeit that the" fish  were all caught early in the evening.,  After   supper   the     following     pio-  grainine   of   vocal   and    instrumental  music,   recitations and   'tableaux   was  gone tlnough :  Selection by the Orchesti;*.   ,  Violin Solo..., Miss Spurling  Tableau ,..,.." Darby and Joan '?  Song; ' Miss prater  Tableau .. .."The Meeting at the Bar"  Quartette. .Messrs.Cook, Taylor,'Allum  ' * and Sullivan  Recitation  Mr. B. A. Lawsou  Tableau "Joan ot Arc"  Violin Solo  Mr. A. Matthews  Song Miss Fraser  Tableau.."The Sculptor's Last Touch"  Recitation  '. I. Miss Edgar  Song _. '.   ��������� I Mr. H. Cook  Tableau.." "The Fortune Teller"  Club Swinging   ., Miss Flo Palmer and  ���������   ' 'Miss Norma McNab  ��������� The tableaux were nil well enacted  and showed a careful preparation by  those taking part. Special mention  might he made of " Joan of Arc," and  "The Sculptor's Last Touch." The entertainment was brought to a close by  the singing of "God S ive th.* Queen."  The ladies, have every reason to he  ,proud of ihe success of lhciv -l-sho-rs-  which realized them the handsome  sum of $140 over expenses. At a meeting of the Ladies Aid on Tuesday afternoon the sum of $200 was voted to the  managers of the church for the purpose of wiping out the debt on the  church, and, consequently, to-day the  Presbyterian Church of Revelstoke  stands free of encumbrances.  The ladies desire to thank all those  who assisted in any way in making the  entertainment a succes-'.  Justice Irving arrived from the west  this morning and is holding a sitting of  the assise court to-day. The Italian  assauh, c.i*=e and the Pinker-ton gold-  stealing case are the only ones on the  docket. The Dando murder ease/will  he heard.at Golden,  Rings.  "Deep placer diggings" shall mean  and include any sort of ground which  it is. intended'-'to mine by hydraulic,  hydraulic elevatingi'drifting or milling  process and which has been located  with the intention of applying for a  lease thereof. '  "'Creek digging-;" shall mean, ,etc\,  etc. (as at present.) ' '  ���������PART II.  Section,47A.    With the exception of  Sections Vn,  19, 21, 22. 21, 23, 20, 29, 30,  32, 33, 34, 35, JO and 47,   the provisions  in  Part TT  shall  not. apply lo land or  mining properly held under record for  the   purpose  of   acquiring   a lease'or  held under leasb, pursuant to part VII  of this Act, but such'rocords and leases  shall in all matters he governedtby the  conditions and terms thereof.  part yii.     '    ,,  S-ction 00-Le;ises---It shall be lawful  o  for the Gold Commissioner, with the  sanction of the Lieutenant-Governor in  Council, to grant a lease, of any unoccupied and unreserved'Crown lands  for deep placer mining p.urposes.oi for  precious: stone diggings for any term  not. exceeding twenty-one', years, on  such terms aiidtfc()iiditions as are hereafter, in schedule EL, set forth; and  any free, miner desiring to obtain a  lease of any deep placer mining ground  shall mark out such ground, by placing  ii legal post at each corner or angle and  shall post a notice on the post nearest,  to the*, placer diggings ' then being  woi Iced in the immediate locality, and  also on-the office of the mining recorder, which 'notice shall set out: ��������� ,  (1) The name of each applicant. (2) The  locality of the ground to be ai quired,  with,a description thereof in ��������� metes  iind bounds, beginning at. the'post on  which is,placed or written said .notice,  on which shall be. ina'kcd "Initial  Posl." (3) The .approximate quantity  of ground. (4) The'lerm for which the  lease is to be applied for.'  91. The free miner shall record the  claim at the office 'of the mining record.>rof Ih ��������� district or.division within  which the same is situate, within  Mf'leen days after the location thereof,  if located within ten miles of ihe office  of the said mining recorder. One additional day shall he allowed for niak  ing such record for every additional  ten miles or fraction thereof. Such  record shall be made in a book etc.,  etc", (as per Section 23.)  91 A. The free miner shall have the  privilege of holding the claim by  record and re-record, by paying the  annual'fee of ������25 lor Uie maximum  period of three years, and at any lime  dm ing.which said claim is (bus held  by record said U-vc miller, on making  appli-cation, in duplicate, willra proper  description of the hind by metes and  bounds therein, and plan of ihi^ground  on the back theicof, and upon proving  to the saliffaction of the gold eotnmis-  sioner that he has expended upon such  claim in a bona fide work, tool*, or  plant, a sum not less than $200.00 per  annum on an average, or at the expiration of the period of three years, an  aggregate sum of not less than $090.00,  he shall be entitled to a lease of said  claim.    .  92. Upon being notified by the gold  commissioner that his application has  been favorably consideicd Ilie applicant shall forthwith deposit wilh (he  mining recorder, for. I.he use of the  gold ���������'commissioner, a plan of, the  ground in 'triplicate. And every person  making application for a lease, He,  etc., (.is per present Seel ion 92 ������������������ from  ��������� fourth line o:i toend of section.)    ,'"  03. Applic.it ions shall not be Tor  greater than lhe i':i!l*>'*\ ing areas or  distance-:--In cr'erk diggings, half a  ni ii.; in b'iigl !i '���������>' a max I-on in W idl li <>'  one i!>(-ii-*and feet. Any oih*r dee|  placer mining' ground, oighly acres,  ele.,'etc. as per present reading from  fifth line on to end of section.)  93A. In staking out a creek claim  the'general courses of the stream shall  be followed and this shall be called the  "location line" and a leg.-tl post sliae  he planted at each .angle therein. In  every ease there shall be at least two  posts. ,On Ihr* post nl the beginning  nf the claim shall be marked the following:-^)' Initial .Post. (h)'The  ���������magnetic bearing and distance to the  'second pn*-t. (.;) TIP- distance claimed  on each side of the post, (tl) The name  of the claim, (e) The name of each  locator, (f) The 'number r of each  locator's- free miner's certificate, (i;)  The date of the location.. On each  succeeding povl 'shall be marked. (,i)  The healing and distance to tlie next  post. (b) The distance claimed 'on  each side'of the post, (c) The name of  the claim. ((d) The name* of each  locator.   (������������������) The date of location.  Previous to making plan and de-  sciiplinn for the usi* of the gold coin-  uiissioner the locator' shall stake out,  or cause li'i be seaked oin\ the claim iu  accordance wilh the ili.-tance as marked  i t  ���������on the post of the location line when  originally staked, care being taken to  'set out the first .and last side slakes as  nearly as possible at right 'angles,to  the first and la>t courses respectively.  The side lines shall not'necessarily  he parallel to the location line or to  each other. 0  93B. Every deep placer claim, other  than creek claims, shall' he, as nearly  as possibly rectangular in form and  shall be' marked by a legal post at each  corner or angle thereof.  r*    i '  9IA. Every.free miner shall'be entitled (o locate and record a deep placer  claim on each separate creek, ravin.e  oi hill, but, not more than I wo claims  in the same locality, only one of which  shall be a creek claim. He shall be allowed to hold any number of placer  claims by purchase, find every free  miner mav sell, moi (gage, or dispose  ,of his claim or any interests therein.  Provided, however,'tl at newly discovered cieek or creeks maybe declared,  by notice po.-led mi the Mining Rot-order's office, by the Gold Commissioner,  not open for leasing. -  98. Every lease shall provide for the  securing lo. the' public reasonable  rights of way and water, and' shall  contain .a covenant by the lesee t.o ex-  expend in the development of the  ground leaded a minimum sum aggre;  gating six hundred (0!)0) dollars iu each  period of three years during which he  continues to hold said lease, or, in lb,mi  thereof,,to pay the Mining Recordei,  for the use of the Govern in cut,'the  sum of $300.00 iri cash.  100. Leases shall he granted for deep  placer mining only, and shall not be  assigned or sub-let without the written  consent of the Gold Coinmissione;.  ]()!.      When  n  nee Bivep Country.  Leaving Revelstoke on August Oili  -John D. 'IWiI and R. 11.-. McLean  started for the Canoe rivr rr country ,pn  a piospecling'lrip but were compelle I  to reluru after encountering a mishap  in which they lost tlioir canoe-and < all  supplies. ��������� This 'occurred when, about  six miles up Canoe river, the water, at  that lime, being high, and swift Boyd  was on, shore with a short line arid the  bow of ihe canoe swinging 'round  shuck against a snag filling under lire  weight, of McLean and pulling the.  lineman into the water after which all  hope of rescuing the. supplies was  ibandniied. , They   returned   to   town  o.r September old and finding R.  iJiackmoro in readiness for a trip' by  way of J>c.i vermouth in order", to  .'Jelermine. the, feasibility "of^ taking  boats in that way Jight and coming  out, by JJe.velstoke with the mica output, Boyd joined hini and taking a  Peterborough cano'ethe.y descended the  Upper Columbia,. At Surprise, "rapids  a poi tage of 3.',- miles was made,', and  ���������i-faiu tit Kimbascat canyon' swift  water was encountered the canoe being  dropped for 18 miles.' Four days'were  taken    iu   the  journey   from   Beaver-  mi'uith in ilie' mouth  of  Canoe  river  vhieli  was  followed   by   boat  for  75  miles to the crossing of  the Thompson  ii\er trail over   which  the" provisions'"'  weie   packed   for  20   miles   to   Tete,  Jeune   Cache.      The   Weldon'  mica  claims,,, 7 miles,further up,   were  then '  visited and there they found   thefiye'  men who since July had been employed '  in' doing   a-sir ess mc nt   work,    building  cabins,    etc.    Pro\isions   for   further  development   failing    to    arrive     by  O.-tober oth, the, appointed , tirhe,   the,  party  suspended   woi;k   and , left. for,.  Kamloops by   way  of, the  Thompson  river trail.    Samples of mica two  feet  in length have,   heen   taken   from   the  Weldon   claim.    Mr.   Bovd    followed ���������  the vein across to Sand creek   a tributary of   the Fraser   ri\cr about   three  ���������any    placer*     nulling  ground   is  held under  lease.'  niiiiiug  ground  liile   worked   at  shall   hav  .anv   lime  .���������   been  dm in  and such  bona  lhe  existence of she said leas-, and lhe  i*irniiiii"n*i.'"i)f'sidd ���������"viithva.'.d (rA'.i i.-illo  I lie  sal is-fa el ion   of  the (.'old (/.im.ui --  sinner, and if  at  lease   a    portion  I he i-xpirat ion of 1 he  of Ihe said mining  ground remains stili in be worked, Ihe  lessee shall be entitled loan extension  of the lease, upon the Ha mo conditions  as the 'original lease, for such rea.-on-  "a'hle time as will enabl* him tu work  out such portion of mining irround as  still remains un worked, and ,t he Gobi  Commissioner >!>.all etc., etc. (As per  present sec. 101 from line no. 9, inclusive, on to the end of the secticii). ,  W.VTISH mo UTS.  Those sections of lhe "Water Clauses  CuiiMiIid.ilion Ac!, 1897,'' referring in  mining should he incorporated in tin*  Placer   Mining  Act. for  t he more con-  (Contin,led on Page T.vo.)  miles below Tete' Jeune Cache and  finding veiy good mica staked two  claims. The properties, it is said, can  be reached from Revelstoke by trail ;it  ti distance of 150 miles for. the greater  portion op which there is navigable  water, while by'way of the Thompson  ri.wi to Kamloops the distance is 260  miles. The Golden-Tete Jeune trail  is repoiied as being, in ' bad order,  fallen nit's bcint,' cut out only where.  it. was impossible lo get over or around  thorn.   ,  From tlie mountain tops of Tete  Jeune Cache a stretch of land for 200  miles could be seen down the Fraser  vallev which varies from five to .ten  miles in width'. In the Canoe river  valley above Goat, river there is good  fanning hind and meadows of 100 and  200 acres are frequently found covered  with a luxuiiant growth of good wild  hay while'the mountain slopes of Teio  jeune and the Fraser were' covered  wilh bunch grass and 'on the' tops of  t h.i mountain:! wild timothy was  found, The trees in the valley are  Kinall, being principally poplar, willow  ruul alder. The Canoe and Wood  rivei.-i showed aigns.-of very high water  this year.  Oil the return trip the. hot springs,  located'on lhe westerly side of the  ri*.cr 1-jO feet above its level and 50  miles from lhe mouth, were .visited.  Tlie wjiier was exlieniely hot���������so hot  I hat lhe hai"l could not bear it. Thry  reached Kewdstoke. Friday having  made tlie rim from (he Thompson rivet-  crossing in about thirty-five hours  actjoil lraw:Iiiiii; '.line.. At Death  rapids (wo portages of supplies were  made and one at Priest, rapids, the  e.anoe being lowered by line, but Nine-  Mile i i file and Columbia canyon are  both navigsible the slide in the latter'  having been washed out. They claim  th.it mica can be brought out by boat  with very little difficulty.  The skating rink is being levelled off  this week, and put in shape to take  advantage of the first, fiosl. Manager  Brown -.ays the work of closing in the  east end, of the building will be sorn-  uie'nced ill a few day.-. A������f  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  tlbe 1Rooteha\>  PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ���������   i    ���������nv���������  11. It. (/AMIbUKLL,  POHMSIliiH AN'O  PjtOI'lUlCTOi;.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Per   Annum  ADVERTISING   RATIOS   qiiol       on _ appli-'  cation. o '  JOB PRINTING of every kind ut most reason  able rates iind short cm, notico.  ACCOUNTS for .i'il)  printing  Of, advertiibiif,'  payable on the Ib'.st, of every month.  COR RESPONDENT'I*; on all matler*-* of lcn::il  or public interest invited unit carefully considered. All coinintiniciilion.i lo tho Editor  ��������� must bo accompanied by the name of llio  writer, not neccs-iarily for publication, but'  as tin evidence of good failh.  Address  The Kootj3xay Mail,  ,  Revelstoke, B.C.  Tll'UBSDAY, OOTOIWfllt 25, 1000.  ' The Mail is in receipt of a.coiuinuni-  cation from A. W. GiiHith, lliuKon,  Mich., a gentleman who has heen attracted by tho encouraging ieports in  regard to mining received from this  district, in which - that gentleman  makes enquiry as lo (lie pi ices of slock  and conditions 'of the markets of Ihe  mines and prospects in this .section.  Any information which any of' our  readers can supply in this respect will  no doubt be much appreciated by Mr.  Griffith.'  Silt CllAKLKS Tuppei: has de-jlared  in-tlie Province, of Quebec that Sir  Wilfrid Laurier is too British'fur him.  ��������� One can readily believe that he n is  speaking tlie'truth, and that' had ho  dared ho could with' perfect honesty  have lepealed this criticism in Ontario.  'During the last year of Tuppei's nil  ministration lhe total export" of agi i-  cultural products and animals and  their products from Canada lo cGieat,  Britain (dial is in 1SD6) was to the  value of 812,000,000. This year,  under LaurierV "Too British" policy,  the total , has .ri-jcn to .^72,000.000.  ]STo wonder, when Sir 'Charles   has   lo  .face these, figures "before a jury of  Canadian fanneis he is led to decline  that Laurier'is tt������o British for hini.  Tin; reply which lion. Sidney Fisher  has issued   to   the   cold storage   in.ani  festo   of    the.   opposition  chaiMcteiistic "  leadci  The pailiamentary correspondent of  Li Presse, a capable, expeiienced journalist, is accompanying Sir Wilfrid on  his (our. As to the general situation  as revealed by the Liberal meetings, he  writes :,  "Toronto, the old, Tory cily is absolutely traiitloi med. It is as well to  say so arid not allow our friends to  wait in vain on unrealizable hope.  From what I learn, there will be no  change of figures in Ontario." The  Liberals will keep their majority of  'ten to (ifteen. That is the position. It  is useless to heat about, the bush. The  Con<=et vativeM are reduced to telling us,  'we rely on Lhe movemant in Quebec'  '   ''Where is (he movement in Quebec?  "When down there they laugh and  tell us, Ontario is going to rise in arms.  "Ontario is not'i using, and will not  rise. The Conservatives have still a  chance of winning���������that is by capturing Quebec. , But if 'they believe, h t  them not count on Onlaiio. ��������� Ontario  will be Liberal."       '     '      -  Last ,night La Presse followed this-  up wilh an editorial which began :'  " We have already declared Jt. The  necessities of politics never* induce us  to close our eyes on personal merit in  whatever camp found. One may be  opposed to Sir Wilfrid Laurier's politics'bur one cannot refuse to recognize  the great place he occupies in public  opinion. It is not perhaps permitted  to those who have to bear the brunt of  battle to make a concession of this kind  to its adversary, but nevertheless how  many Conservatives are there who  would not be proud 'themselves to, le-  ceive the homage, almost royal, rendered to one of our race by the'province  of Ontario, hitherto so,timid?"  The only explanation, Conservatives  here can muster as to the above is that  it is an attempt to revive the drooping  spirits of the Quebec Liberals. As La  Presse is a strongly Oonser'vative journal, this is a decidedly absurd attempt  lo bol.-.(er tip the havoc wrought by Sir  Wiifrid Laurier's reception throughout  Ontaiio. <  them railway, was completed Friday  morning wh.-n terms o������ the draft  agreement were formally ratified and  the dry solicit or \v,-*3 directed to draw  up a by-law for ratification by the  electors.  The terms in brief are that the com  piiny'put on.a'fe: iy capab'e of carrying -100 passengers and 8 loaded cais,  able to do lhe't:ip al thf1 rale of four  teen mile** an hour between Li\erpool  and Victoria, and eventually Sieves-  ton and Sidney, running once a day  each way; lo provide terminal faciliiies  in Victoria and give Irausconlinciilal  connection \\-x the Ore .t Northern.  In return, the coinpanv gels clo.OOO a  year for twenty years and a nominal,  lease of the market building for twenty  five years for a station. The Orcat  Northern, will connect here wilh the  E. it NV The proposal meets with  general favor. Mr. Wheeler at the  conference said he had the. assurance  of Mr. Hill -tint all" trade from the  Oiieutal boats for British Columbia,  Montreal and Englan 1*'.would go'o\er  his line.  the  i  man    and     his !  departmental      work   --- businesslike, j  straightforward   and   e fleet iie.     Tt1 is j  Assisting1 a Deserving Person.  ' The sum of $SS.oO was collected in  the city last week on' 'behalf of one  James Cat tell,1 of Listowel, Ont., a  deserving young ���������imin who had been  stricken about onc "month ago with  paralysis agitaus, caused from inhaling  poi-unon** gases while .working in a  copper smelter, followed by a severe  attack of inflammatory rheumatism.  'J'he young man was on his way to  Toronto hospital for 11 eat ment and  the Mih-M*ription was raised in order to  ���������i-^i'-t him on his way. A sufficient  poilinn of the'above siiui was collected  so a-  to  ennhle" Cat tell  to> leave last  , The-Placer Mining Act:  '    '(Continued from Page One.) '  venient information of the I'reo miner.  It should be possible to hold by record,,at a' moderate fee, for the period  of three years (being lhe same period  as it is suggested'that deep placer mining ground located for leasing shall be  held by recoi'd) rights to water which  might he required foi the proper working of giotind located for hydraulic  mining. This would give the holder  of such ground an opportunity tos  ascertain what expense in bringing in  water the, ground would justify. It.  would, enable him to" construct his  ditches, etc., only after he hud' discovered that he really required them ; instead of, rushing into expensive construction work before he had a p.ioper  opportunity of thoroughly testing his  ground. ���������  , " '  A iorin of lease to be incorporated  in the Act., , ���������  Targe  and  avell  lighted  i SAMPLE   ROOMS,   treated by  "^^������hot air and electric bells anil  liglit in every room.   Free bus meets all  trains.  .   REASONABLE  HATES.  Xiglil Grill Jtcom in connection for the  convenience of yiiCiU arriving and departing by night train*-. =��������� Hourly street  car between hotel and station.  JOHIi,V. PERKS PROPRIETOR REVELSTOKE, B. C  C\  easrynu g*v  5  ^3    6  . <���������*  ��������� . ' 1*.  "���������* "  ���������.  ,  '  v ---,r.  v>  ������  V  :���������������..;  *1  ^  {  _������  X  ���������' ; -:-���������*?,--V^y.T'i,T *w.T*.*S*l_v V-*-     r ' -VI  ' :������������������, . *:-*.-'   .���������,*������������������������. ���������i^sy'..-���������?''<��������� tfji?*!*-- ��������� - *. '���������',.:  ''\\ :y ��������������������������� r - ���������' ��������� "7;.*, ~b.y^A:-:iJy^g������������~������zLyrl  ABRAHAMSON BROS.  PROP'S;  Is'ewly built.,' Firsl-class'  iii' every respect. All  modern conveniences.  ,, , Newly Built.     ���������>     '  ���������$1   PER   D.A.Y L^������������*.                 ,      'Lighted by Electricity,;       '--                                    ,      1 hroughout.  31    B a n d 3 o f  Wines, Liquors and  Cigars.  R. OALEY, PROP'R.  6-<X><>-<>0<> 0<KK;<K> OQOb  HAILSTONES,  '������" " ~ iFridav   uir.ining  for Toronto, and the  ipainly taken up   with   correcting   the i h,,|,mce j,.is ^'nCii  been, collected and  more glaj-ing  of   lhe   niunberless   mis  ! foi u arded   lo  hi-s  mother.    Following  statements   ot    fads    which    crowded    are the name.- of those who assisted :  the columns o: the Tupper pro'luction.'  Indeed to call attention   to   thr.t  fact  alone is to giu* a conviecing an<wei  to  Sir Chai lr-s Tuppei's   positi-m.    There  is   always    room    for-' difference-     of  1   opinion in polities',   there   is   no   room  for deliberate,, misstatements ,uf   fact,  and ��������� when thi-1 leader of   a i'iit;>    Ht.d-  it nccehsaiy or coii^^ler-   it   ^xiie'iii'iit  to so  deliberately   mis-late   lb"   ligation he most   obviously   cont'e-i'S   to  the desperate weakness   of   hi-,   cau-e  As    has- v3ry, ruily    ticen   said    the  Liberals   could      not      w.mt     heitei ,  campaign    li'erattiie    than      Tupper5.--  manifesto and Fuliei'.- ,i cjby puhii-hcd  side by side. "  CONSERVATIVES CONFESS DEFEAT.  Sir Wilfrid Lnurier l;irib;s Uie Province;  of Ontario by Swim.  Toronto,  Oct.   1',.'. -Th������������������  unp,n.illi*li*d ,  enthusi.iiin   v.il.h   ubic'i   Onlaiio h.i- j  risen   en    m.-i-'-e   to greet  Sir   W.I rid i  Ji-urrier  and hii colh'agie',*- Im- e,irri-*d '  eonsternal ion    info   the   Coiisvr v.il i v ��������� ��������� :  catoj).    ���������S'cstenlay  at-.Sarnia and W.d- i  la:: -burg the scein*- enacted at Toronto ;  aid   fitr.ittord   two  days  earlb-r  v. ei**|  r'epeated u ilh even'gi oate; dcmon-l i ,i-  Sions  of  poniilir  appro\,d.     Sir.John  .M icdoiicild   in   hi-, p ilriii"-it d-i}s nevfi  ,scoied a giCrili'i'  per-onal  li rbui" ili.ni  lhe  Fi'enih-b'anndiaii,   Liwiru'V, in  lln*  Knglifh pi ov ince of O.ilar-i.i ���������  At Leaminglon .Mr. Kiflding -pokr  to a gathering only second lo that  which greeted lb" f'renii'T.  Perhaps the most .bistonishing. and  iminediate result ui Sir. Wilfrid Lati-  I'ier's reception in Ontario is the sudden  volte-face of l/i. Presse, the leading  French 'Conservative organ of Montreal  J3. lb (b'lvernnient. r  ... ,$2,").!KJ  Cr. B. Xatrle   ....   .-j.oo  T. V. Downing    ....    5.00  J. P. Kellev   ....    5 00  R. Ii. .Mc-r.ean   ....    5.00  ���������Win. C'owan    ....    5.00  (b B. Hume   ....    5.00  K,im Sampson   ....    2.00  John Sweeney       ....    2.1.0  i-i. R. r,.mpbe!l        2.00  ....    2.00  .\. L. Hilimaii       ��������� 2.00  \V. 1). A fin-! long..   .  .  .    2.00  .1 ok lb-vie     ,. , .    2.0'J  (J-n*-- K. Anderfion   ...    1.C0  F. 13. Well-   ...    LOO  W. II, Sargent   ,,,   l.uo  A  Fiiend f.  ...    2 00  H.un Croule     ,'.    J.OO  A  Frieud   ,.    J.OO  .    1.1X1  Oh* S.tndli"ig  .  ��������� 1 .l/l  1 ib .Ah I'lu-f-'oi)    ....  .,.     1.00  |b-|c Levc-ipie          .   .  .     1.1*0  J.*i rv Keilv   ,.   .     .     ,  J.'X)  ..     1.00  J.ih1. I'b ,i-ei  ! 00  l-b i d Ibbiiu-'on  ('o   \A(  1         J.OO  !\ . Ib Jiibii-on          .   ,  ...     1.00  ..      J.OO  J .10  ('li,,-   .J.   ,\iii,in      ....  J.fX)  \'\b .M   .M( C'\\\ ary  .50  A   l-'ne.'id            ..7)  J.i i:k '- \U nu ii          ...  ...      .50  ,J,i uie- Siiiilh  .50  \l    1 low-on  .      .50  lions' ogg hailstones are out of date  henceforth. Illinois reports a storm ,iu  which tlie IiailsftMies \vere as biy as h.-tse-  balls.���������r.oston Ololie. * ���������   *  An lown town reporls a rainfall of 12  inches Sunday. The report of hailsliuirs  as hig as footballs knocked on! all competitors in tliat line early in the season,  and rivalry has necoKhiiril.v tunicd lo oilier  fiel'is.���������Oniiiha   I>ee.  Tlieso arc lhe days when yon are likely  to hear hailstorm .stories. If lie sV.y������ ihcy  were as big as w:ilei;inelons, l*e -uiri* to  ask. before .\ou -sfiike. K old the melons wcie.'  BO  DEVFS':.Q  IfC    D ,* f^  ' Tenders top Bl.gr Eddy Mill Site at  Revelstoke, B. C.  rjKAU*:1.) TliXDlortS arldrcsi-cfl to llio nndcr-  0 signed unci niarlccil on llio envelope ������������������Tender for Hitf K tdy 31 ill aitc' will lie roouivud at  i,hi- Depavtiiicnt, unt.'l noon oC Monday! t,lic 3rd  of Dpfombci'. 1!I0I>, for curliiin land known .is the  Bipj Kdrly Jlill Site", on the Col.imbin Itivcr,  op;.-os.Lc itevel-tokc, 11. Ci, nnmbiTcd en a plan  ot survey prepared bybrnnies Ib G.irrlen, .a-- lots  l, ���������>., \1 iin'd J. lying in sections.'^ and 311, in Town-  snip i), l'M\\'M-l. West of lhe Oil) .Meridian.  1 Tho lol< will be disposed ol )ii one bloelc only,  bomprising tho whole four loi--. .md the lendor.-  nitisi hL.itc the boon- which the' person tendering oll'er- in .iddiLion to the uphi't priuo tit the  rate of So per aero.  Knuh trader inii.-t be ureoniiiitnied by tin  ticci'i'ted chi'0,ne on a eliiu'tere.l Hank in fmnttr  of the Deputy Mini-tor of flu* Interior, for llie  amount of the bout1.- which the applicant is  pri-prircd to pa> for the land.  ' Tne highe-l or any lender will nat neoe.-^iril,\  be accepted.  N'o tender bv leb.'grapli will !)') eiltot'laincd.  VVAILVA' ti. KKVK.-,  . Secretary.  Oti-i-wn, Oi-to'jcr :i. II) j j.  HOTICE Of ASSiC!iSF.HT.  j fa   Iho  J-bi id   "I   tin*  K'i-'.Ii ii.'.J liiinibi'i'.Ciiiii-  j P'lllJ ���������   Llllll" d    I.l.l'll.'ll .1 .  Lstablishccl 1836.  Incorporated 1895.  J  Mmsssi, McFeely & Company, Llmite  Dawson, Y. T.       Vancouver, B. 0. ,  IJIPOUTKItSAND .J011HBR.S OF  3  Tron,   Steel,   Class,   Paints, , Oils, ' Metals,   Stoves,   Tinware, ,(Juns, etc., etc  WE .MAKE A SPEC[ALTY  OF SUPPLIES for Mines, Mills, Jjlaeksmiths  Railroads, Con tractors, Lurnberjnon, etc.    Agents for : ���������- t  Giant Powder Co.    ' Fuirbanki Scales.      Tlcnnctt's English Fuse.       Majestic ,  bteel l.'anges.      Canton Wining Steel.      Spooner's Copperino.  ' Registered Trademark  " Sunset."    ^  ! !Jei',n'tmoi*ii. oi the Iiilciaoi1.  I'ii.*"i!inii o, Hull   .'.I'lctiiiei"  "ri ilil'ir"  ii i!'  I'r.i-i' J)'ed- Ad  b ,' ;i I li ill hi*  .Ul  , KHS.otJ  TIIE BARGAIN RATIFIED.  Victoria to  Have Direct Railway Connection via Great Northern.  .Tlie.confei'ciice, of tlic city council of  Victoiia with .jMessrsb J!od\vcll and  Whcclciv reprcj-cuiing  the Groat Nor  { K'd',|, nay bn.'iio,*'* i'o.'-i,ni,i .bb,,ii"l I iabilin.  '   .vim-** pi'iC- ol !i'l  1,,'   - ai   i'n* i liy fil'   Vic  i !(,ria and a I "oori ;b'v. Jl, ('.. n i-hy 'h'"d daleil  ,,',-()'!,i.   nl  ii I ihi'i. Ill ''��������� a     KM" 1 a'l Ihi'ii' ]"������������������-  i -iatsi! i--i.it'.'���������''-ill ������������������  'ind   < !���������'���������   '*  ")'I'"b may hi'  1 -fi/.i'A  a'i'l   -.ill   imili r'i v"-iil "n, aial all I lioti  r;a1  c-i. Oe  tri J(i)|i'   1- i-i 11> > .c   lb lli'.-.i il fil" i I.i  iiit'.-'ir   \',ni'on, i-i,  H.  '"   '���������  ' ...iiilioil, in  lin-l  i t ���������/,' i in- ff< iif'i.n I'' 11  h; ���������������( l\i"i' ' .oil io . , u I in I,  , d"'d vvii-f  i-m.-i , (I I, ��������� I V   -oil   KiikIci' ',)  laini  hi'"  f'.iii,;,.,n'.     I, jmi'ii!    binlilllii   <ai   Hi-. Iliioi  d.iv </ <)��������� n.'i .*   I'i".-oid .John   li'd.i.ii  IJ.I.:-  ���������vi";;ii��������� ih- ')'U ������������������.��������� ������������������' ''> ">���������><��������� i". i!n''  f".v>i"o ���������-Of'ii'  ,'bi  i'n i.*  I i.n-'i i '���������i,in;;.i!iy  r,ii,ii!i'!   i, I'.ii'iiiv   .*. .-   i  i|'in,'l  in   Iih'   t*i"ii  cl,i' a- ��������� v,' ��������� i on  lr H "' '���������    puiw 1  n   ii'i-iiiM i( In  !iii*.\f!   -l-i'lii-', I'i'  -'.   l'.Oi - li'*ld hv I h'm. in.  i <>-*)���������'(Vi  lb' da,' of in iiiN^of   '*.*i I'to; , w h,.*h  | wlivi'i;. "be '1 lo" I'. .'t i,' I In- .'ii ! 'I.i> of \m -  I   'Mllbl-I-    I'll'l, .It   '.' '.'.I   li' ,'' ' I    *'    111   . Ill   III'* ' III'''* "I  j the -'iid   .J din   I'l'.i'ri'-   il"iib\( II, N'o. '.Ill Ha-  ' tin/- .-'I o'i I, Viiii'-'iii -1 i*. It <'  ,\ !li ,- lhe dal'- iif 'In d in'" i in.; Hi'- Ira  '"i  ". ill pi'or.-i (I i'i 'I i 11 bui1'. I lii .. ! - i-i I la- ' ni I  c-'t, ilc ,i.'iiia,-7 He i<'.fl ���������!���������������- inlill, .1 tji'iil'i  li.iiiii^ li'Ml'd on!,, lo i'i'-' I" iiii nf .v'lni'i lie  fh< n iia ���������> uiii iii-, a i e'l  -'i,ii; ii'il 'ii<\ 11.1 "iie nfo-r tli'  -aid   (bill-   for   In'*  I  ' '������������������ '���������   lii"  -.riiirna  e.-,l,a.U.'nt'a.li;  (Mil   /,li':. '������������������<>', r.,, fb i!,bill, 1 ioiit.v  e red iij.iii*  of   whri*-:.'*  '-.(iiini iie had jail notice i'i!  the iirnii of lhe db.ibilJi.Uion thereof.  ��������� Unfed Kill) day of f'lebb.iei'.A.D.i 1!)00.:  .������������������������������������.'���������  , .-HOWiVHy .b.DUNCAXy ���������".'   \  .-���������.''���������.  '���������-       ollO.[fns'tlnKs Street.,.Vancouver,  tjoHcitor U>v tliy'Trii.Hcc  (35  n _=.-.-r^  pSj5l2^3ic^^\  re  If you will'.g'ive us a list'of everything  j.q-uired (Stoves excepted) in the House  "FiiVnishing line,and the amount you  wish to'expend on same we will he  pleased to send you illustrations or full  descriptions of our goods.  We Can Furnish Your Home Complete.  V  vcars experience.  - 15 * I  s'M  IIKAD X)\'VlC\l  ISOLSOMS   .1  [iicori'ior.ali'd by .act'of Pai li-inu-nl 1855.  MONTREAL  i >  \\':<\. Afoi.sox Mawmmsiisdn. Pros.       S. II. Ewino, Vico-Prcs.  .Iamkk Klliot, Ooncrsi) iMnn.agcr  Ml)  UP CAPITAL  $2, 170,000  RESKRVK - - - - 1,850,000  Ki'Moral li'iiilviii'.; business .Iraii'-aele 1.   Inlcrchl tillowed on deposit-* nf, current rates.  J. fi. MBbSiTfJ, ManiigCP,     ''     - REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Now and Then.i  'in'i'i' comi*- a linio now and I hen when i������vory gciitlouiiin   fci-Is the n������  "\i c|iiliiiially .*-lyli-.b ,and \vell-|)iit-lo^(j(ln.,i'suit of flolhos.   Tho orcasion  'may   1 h-  ;i   wi-diliiilC, ;i  iye*.-i*->tion,   ;i, joiiriioy  (ii* .some  othei: iiiiporl.Hiit  .".' fiiiHiioii.   Tb.;it-is the timo toy avoid a chilnce lit.    That, is the time  vubbvc* .-ill othiM's, tii give tho ordor to mo.  1/  ailori THE KOOTENAYMAIL  (The Kiss.;  0.������.vt.-J.<J.s-A-������.-^.e.<>.c.^^*e*'$*o.'$-'������.^'������*^*t-4.������<l  6  '6  6  6  o  6  A Tragic Story of Italian- f  Love. ���������  <. ' i  ^,;���������^.������.').<i.$.i-������.������'^'8'������^������**������"^*������*$'*f4,y't"^  The, tired linilcs dragged their heavy  .harilen wearily along the dusty road.  I'erio, tho driver, -wont whistling in  front. lie only walked in front because  the dust the mules kicked up was apt to  ���������ret into'hi;; oyes arivl nose and annoy  hini gnu-rally i*' lie walked behind. He  v.; as whistling cheerily, despite the great  liiithlny heal, for was he not going along  the mail where old Nito's olive garden  was? Very likely Nella would,be working  (here this" morning, and they could rest  a little and eat theii" frugal dinner'together if she were. Nella was the bcau-  tv of the village and was going to marry  his couHn Loti. but that did not matter  lo IV:io. Loti was away iib .Naples,  wo:*l*,i:ig hard there to make the money  in I'm nil-h their little home with.  Kut today I'erio was not quite so sat-  i������u>l as u'-.t'ial. He'had not the slightest  ohiiviir-n to Nella's flirting with him  when Loii wa<> away," but when it came  to her bestowing, soft glances on aiiother  ���������man, then he began to burn iu righteous  anger' ami resentment against her treatment of his cousin.'  Jiist at this moment his train of thought  'was disturbed by a voice ringing in one  of tho olive gardens a  little l'arther up  tho  hill���������a   voice  that  made, the  mail's  eyes gleam  and'his whcio  frame .thrill,  y.'ilh .animation���������Nella's voice!    Ile'stqp-  .r.ed his mr.lcs a inor.ie'nt and, putting his  hand'  mighJ  ,    "At  down  'mule:  lo' his mouth s<o that tho sound  travel fail her, cried:  I.i, Nella. it's almost noon. Come  and'you'shall ride on one of the  to the trees, and we can eat together."  - The door of one cl the nearer gardens  opened, and Nella came out.  ' "No,o I'erio," she said; "I've oaten already.0 It's p'ast lidou.   Besides, I'm in a  hurry.    I'm going to sit for the gentleman   who's painting me' this  afternoon.  I'm.going up to the convent now."  .   Perm's   face  darkened,   and   his  eyes  tool: the sharp, stealthy look of anger so  lii tie brings at ence to'an Italian face,  b  "Does. Loti know you, sit for this English a i list':"      t  "Ile'lmow I was going to sit," returned  the urn I. "hut what, docs-it matter lo  you?" And she cast on Perio a look of  ill concealed contempt.  That look soeuznl to madden the .man,  who suddenly fr^cd'hito a great rage.  ���������'See, my Nella,"* he said,, taking her  'roughly by the arm. "You would never  look at me or even Oauce with uie, though-  Loti is my cousin, while he is away, and  >ct you spetv.I 'hours* silling "with this  Engl'isliman. silling lo him ,;half miked,  too'?' he added, wilh a sneer! "Ah, yes,  1 know:"' as Nella staited indignantly.  '"The old man who takes wood to (he  holy <;o;ivc;:l lo.Id me, as an Egyptian  queen, will! only a skirt and jewels and  a gold snake in your hair. How will Loti  like that when I tell him tonight?" , And  he bent I'orwatd with a coarse laugh.  "Tonight?," ,she started. "You tell  Loti tonight V"'  "Ah! I didn't mean ,to tell you, but Loll  is coining tonight. I know he is. L  heard it in the town." and he pointed to  where the white city lay at the foot of  the hill. ."Ho will he here tonight and  1 sliail see him. Yes, and I will tell him  'how you sit lo this painter. Nella, unless���������  unless"��������� 'He hold out his arms "and the  ���������revenge died out of his'face. "Nella, I  love"���������  lou spy  ���������! You cur!" she broke out.  I despise you! You question the  poor old man at the convent. Then you  threaten me and offer me youivloye. Your  love! What woman would accept Mho  love of a reptile?" Sho turned and  walked majestically down the road.  "Nella!"  he screamed,  beside himself  with rage.   "Nella, you call me a reptile?  You shall pay' for this!    I will tell Loti  as soon as he enters tho Jown, I will"���������  "I will tell him myself first," said the  girl, turning round scornfully. ��������� Sho  .walked slowly down the road, and Pc.iio  stood watching her, rooted to the spot  and mad with rage nnd jealousy. Was  it true? Was she nfraidof what he  could tell Loti, or hud the old man told  him lies? Ah, what would lie give to see  her face! Suddenly, as if in dotiancc* of  him, she broke forth into her song again,  the pong she had been singing in the olive  garden: ,"Sulla, Bulla labre, so potossi.  do Ice un back) im hacio!" '  I'erio tinned white with anger. "I understand!" he shouled hoarsely^ "You  sing of kisses. You go to the kisses of  your lover." Hut she took no notice, only  walked on sloadily, a queen of women,  along that dusly road. The man clinched  his hands and .almost pushed the mules  forward, lie would take them homo t\T  once and hurry back to tlie town. He  would see Loli first, after all.  Nella walked on in the great summer  heat. It did not seem to hurt her. She  was a real child of the sun. No heat was  too great for lier. not even the heat within, which was burning fiercely just then.  "Perio spoke of love kisses," sho was  thinking. "How lii Ho ho knows the  truth! Gerald, Gerald," sho lisped n  little over the "hard foreign name. "How,  I love him! If he would only kiss mo  once! How easy it would be to die if ho  had once held me in his arms, if he had  once called me love���������to die"��������� And a  tremor ran through her. "Yes, that is  the end. I must die! I can never belong  lo Loti now. I cannot see him again.  Hut he is coming tonight," as the thought  struck hor.J "Loti coining.tonight!. What  shall I do? Whaleyer shall I do?'-', She  walked (dowly down the prange grove  leadiiig'to the convent door and tapped at  jt.gently.    . y   .���������  , 'Vl'oii '.lire lalo todny, Nella,*!" said t&������;  "Signor Vavasour  you. Are you ill,"  "How   white  you  sister who opened it.  has been waiting for  child?"  she   added,  look!"  "It is nothing, sister.*'  "It is well this is the last lime you  come," the sister said 'Kindly. "The walk  here in the heat is too much for you.,  But make haste, and dress uow. Don't,  "keep him waiting longer."  , Nella smiled slightly as she began to  lake her things off.' The heat was too  much for her���������for her, who had worked  in the" fields right through the hottest  summer day without feeling it!  Slowly she dressed herself iu the costume Mr. Vavasour had chosen for her  as Cleopatra���������a costume which showed  her magnificent southern beauty to its  very greatest advantage.  "He must love me���������he must love me today," she whispered to the brilliant black  eyes that looked back at her from the  tiny glass. And so she passed into the  cloister. ��������� .    -  Gerald Vavasour had elected to paint  her, and'to paint her as Cleopatra, with  a great tiger skin at her feet, leaning  against the massive stone carving of the  gray old cloister pillars. And she certainly made a vision of rare beatify as  she sat as he had placed her, looking  straight at, him, her chin buried in "one  shapely hand, the other loosely holding a  huge fan of peacock feathers. And he, as  he.Jookcd into those eyes, which, bright  ' with love or triumph, looked into the.  depths of his own, began lo think that if  Cleopatra had really looked so, then no  wonder that Antony sacrificed fame and  honor and all for her.  It had'hoon dillicull work to get the1  prim old sisters of. tho convent to let him  paint her there, in the center of their old  gray cloister, hut no other place' had  made such an ideal background, and the-  promise of a large donation to then-  school had at length persuaded them.  And, besides,' was it not Nella-their  littlo Nella, who-had sung iu their choir  -since she was a child, and whom they  knew to be good and true?  Nella thought it all over in a dull, mechanical sort" of way as she sat and  gazed at the man she ��������� loved this last  "afternoon. What would the sisters say  when they heard the end? And she felt  the end was close upon'her. That subtle,,  heavy presentiment that sometimes comes  over us human creatures that a crisis,  the crisis of our lives, is fast approaching came over Nella that afternoon as  she sat in her regal trappings ,and put a  wistful, prophetic look into ihe, soft eyes  and look away her voice, and sho sat silent in all her glory.  "How quiet you ate today, Nella!" he  said gently. "Are you sorry it's our las.t  Bitting?"  "Yes, milord," she answered simply.  "Are you?"  lie looked at her! What was that ,in  her lone, that new softness, that tremulous little break? And as he looked at  her he saw a difference, even l'roui yesterday���������the difference between the bti 1  and the blossom, the sign of that southern  temperament, that in one supreme moment changes lhe g'i'l into the peife.t  woman. And she was a. perfect womaa  ns she sal there in half barbaric splendor,  her scarlet lips slightly parled, as tlmtiirh  she would speak, but could not: nothing  but the glitter of the jewels on her arms  and the Hashes of her deep eyes showing  she was no statue.  And as Gerald Vavasour looked into  those eyes he understood what had  changed her. , He saw her secret, and a  great thrill swept over him���������she loved  him, this superb woman, this queen who.  looked at him as a slave looks at its master���������she loved him! Dot his love was  buried in a grave thousands of lniles  away,-and an in ton sor wave of pity overcame him, for the look in those eyes was  the look he felt come into' his own when  ho thought of that grave..-  "Nella," he said, going up to her and  taking   her   hands- half   unconsciously,  "don't look like that.    I am heartbroken.  ,1 never thought"���������  "I will not see you again, milord. No,  I am ,not ashamed that you know I love  you,'' she said. "Will you kiss mo once  before I go?"  Her lingers strayed lightly over, his'  hair, aud the touch of her, soft, warm  arms around his neck held him for a moment,'and he laid his lips upon her face  and kissed her again and again. Then  suddenly, as a rush of remembrance  passed over him. he put her back almost  roughly and, going to his easel, said,'  without looking at her again: ,  "The sitting is over.   I have finished!"  *        *        *        *        ���������?        *        *  Nella slopped on the bridge as she wa-l  going homo half iiii hour later. In tho  'dim evening lights she could just see the  white water lilies al the etljre of the  stream lower down. ,"It would be good  to lie there," she said, below her breath,  "so quiet and peaceful."  A little girl louched her arm. "Come  quickly home, Nella." she said, her breath  gone with running. "Loti is come-.���������  "Loti!" said Nella. passing her hand  over her eyes, "Loti come already?"  Then she drew' herself -up suddenly.  "Thank you. Gemma, for coming to t. II  me. Go hack and say I'm coming. Here's  my bracelet if you run quickly," and she  took the heads off her arm and gave them  to her, and the child, with a cry of du-  light, was gone in a moment.  Nella walked down to the water's edge  aiid pushed the great rushes aside. "No  one shall touch mc again." she murmured, covering her eyes, "since he kissed  , me���������he kissed me.''���������Anglo-American.  StOCU.R p.H.  Never wear a short slocking or or.e  'which, after being washed, is not at least  one-half inch longer than the foot. Bear  iii mind that stockings shrink. 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I". iiii,i>. will-nil a>  oli'.iw-1 ,u ui li- r pcriiiitiini'.i:  i. a i ���������'   .'.in    t I.i i.i!   nn* Tl.tii-.v-. i;'.-, 1 iiiti.'i i:  .in' Ci iji.ipll.v ii! "U. biUy,  Lei", c I l.i.ni-i.ii'*. I a nil ini; Mii/f Ci iii.ip!!**: f< :*  \lln-, iii lib ,i; I,"L\ b.iib . l*oiiii.vI:i.'< v. itl, ..II  '. I'. I'. n.*:..-<,'in I bor.:-.  The nV on - ti -ib vi; tin: i i.b.i In i l!"i'.������U linn -  b -uiii: ��������������������������� i\., I i,nl iiolii-r.  nn: !������������������;;;.:; :.o: ���������::.-���������<!:; br.\:i:i::: en. ltd.  f. j:oi IN.-'ON.  M;in.*i{fiiifr I lire*, tor.  DAUiB.it ASHOEOFT,  ~{\  iiominioii ami rruvm  ml .Qui  iana; Bnpveyops,  MINING ENCtINE^RS,  o  SurvcyM'K of. Mine-sb Miiiernl. Claims and Crown  '���������; '',������������������'      ' ��������� .: ��������� ��������� ���������   ;.Lainl*-'., yv  ;;   -     VANCOUVER,: B. 0.    ���������/'��������� < ft/  A\//y  the Kootenay mail.  ^^!^&^'*^!4^l^&^!^y^'&ft!4  i  .9.  H?  9.  1 TOILET  DO NOT FORGET  that if  you want lo get a  first class assortment o������  PERFUMES  n?  ���������?-  WATERS  BRUSHES OF  ALL KINDS  I  I  and   all   toilet   articles. 31  You can get the very best if  ' at the ,   2  .!  I Canada Drug & Book Co |  9.  I  1 ' -    ��������� .- ���������  v  1  Pi^K^Pi'ik9i^-Pi'^9i'^������i^rK^9i^������i^^  Revelstoke  Station  LOCAL' AND PEBSOIAL BBIBFS  J. D. Wells, of Palliser, was a visitor  to Revelstoke on Tuesday., ���������  Captain and  Mis;0 Short, of At row-  head, were in town Monday evening. ,  J.njubes for voice and throat at Canada Drug and Book Go's. 0  Pete Dufault came down from Smith  Cieek the early part of the week.  Andy Craig and* Alec Cummins, of  Thomson's Landing and-Ferguson, nie  in town.  M. Carlin, of the Columbia River  Lumber Co., Golden, was at the Revelstoke Hotel, Tuesday.  Mr. AlexHobsoii' and bride, returned  Friday night from their, honeymoon  trip to Spokane.  Fresh chocolates and preserved fruits  nt Canada Drug it Book Co's. o  John Cuiiiinings is confined to his  room at the Victoria Hotel suffering  fiom a severe attack of inflammatory  rheumatism.  ,  Judge Forin ,came in from the south  last evening on his way ' to Golden  where he will hold a sitting of tli*-  county court.  Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green and Mrs. L.  J. Edwards and , family came down  from Albert. Canyon last evening and  left this'morning for Nakusp.  The Cash Bazaar has just received a I  shipment  of   lace   cm tains,, tapeslrv  cut tains   and   table ��������� covprs.     gee our  line of flannelettes in  dark shades at  10 and 12.V cents.  , Messrs. Martin and Kennedy hbve  opened a' restauiant in th������ Corning  Hotel  block, First street."     First class  Grip and Password. ' ���������  An cbject which appeals to all  members of fraternal societies, in the  city for assistance is that which has  been taken up by the Knights of  Pythias and Brotherhood of Railroad  Trainmen who are now- preparing a  concert and dance to be, given ou  Thursday evening, November 1st, as a  benefit to George Faucrault. This  -unfortunate young man, \vho0 met  with an accident at Arrowhead on  May 1st of last year and lias since  been declared permanently "blind, had  been for some time a niembei; of the  Br of R. T. and on the institution of  Gold Range Lodge K. of P.'s in Revelstoke on February 23rd, 1899, joined  that organization as a charter member  and after receiving his injuries drew  the full amount of benefits provided  by the constitution and by-laws. The  B. of R. T. and K. of P.'s being  desirous of still further assisting their  brother, who is "now at his home in  Montreal, have undertaken 'arrangements fur the above mentioned concert  and it' behooves all' our citizens,  especially members of the various  societies, to do their part by patronizing this benefit.  ��������� 1. 0. 0. p.' ,  Grand Master Johnston and Mr.  Blakeby returned from the south Sunday evening, having visited all the  lodges in that section, and proceeded  west making their first visit at Vernon. >  L 0. L.  Revelstoke Lodge, No. 1658, will  atteud'di'vine servico at the', Presbyterian church on Sunday evening,  November, 4th. All members are  requested to meet at the lodge room.  ���������]}. OF R. T   AND L. A. _,  Invitations will in, a few, -days be  issued for the first annual, ball of the  Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen  and Ladies Auxiliary to be given in  Tapping's Opera House on New, Years  Eve. - '"..,.  ' , I. 0. F. . '  At tiie regular meeting of Court  Mc. Begbie' Monday' evening a subscription was opened to provide a fund  for the entertainment of Uie high  court officers when they meet here���������  probably in March. , ���������  k. OK P.  At'the close of Gold Range Lodge  last, evening, it-liaving previously been  announced that Chancellor Commander  Mather was about to leave town,  several of the members .vho came prepared for the occasion brought forth  cakes, sandwiches, etc, and refresh-'  merits weve served, after which an  impromptu programme of songs, ��������� recitations and speeches was,rendered and  an enjoyable'evf-ning'spent together.  ��������� ���������   *������������������  ^       ��������� ��������� ���������- ������������������ t  ��������� The Craziest Kind of Folly.    ,  ' Fifteen firms engaged in tlie- iron  trade in the city of Toronto have' been  inter\ iewed as to their position today  as compared with 1895. In the  foimer year these fifteen firms employed 'nn aggregate, of 1,610 men,  to-d,iv they give work to 2,825 or an  increase of 75 per cent'. Tlir most of  these men are machinists engineers,  boiler-makers, etc., whose wages would  average at least .-?2 ;i day. . Plight  piano factories in the same city em  ployed 712 men in  1895,   to-day   they  gg sjac  9?  sia  m  Vi  '.   .   CLOTHING   .   .  Wen's All Wool Tweed Suits, Regular Price $S, $10, $16 ; Cut Price, $4, $6, $8.  .   .   PANTS   .   .  ' V 1 1 ' ' t  Men's All',Wool,'Serge, & Tweed Pants, Regular Prices 2, 3, $4 ; Cut to 1, 1.50, $2.  .   NECK  WEAR   .  Men's Beautiful Silk Ties, Regular Prices, 50c| 60c, 75c, $1 ; Cut to,.20c. each.  .   .   HATS   .   .  Regular Prices $1.50, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00, 3.75, 4.00; Cut to $1, 1.50.' 2; 2.50, 3, 3.25.     ;  We are also giving a Cash Discount of 20 per cent on all our Boots and Shoes.'  mi  mt  *1*U*hlUgB1KBttS3AJUIIAik.iu4rJ* TTWIilH^jJUlM  (Late James Grill & Co.)  Meals .served at all liour.-j.      ',  , No Chinese employed, '  Corning Hotel, First Street.  Martin 8c Kennedy, Proprietors  Your Pocket-book  may be low but nobody scos it.'but  it your clothes ��������� arc shabby that  settles it, nobody wants to know you.  Ladies or Gents Tailor Made Clothes  repaired and cleaned in good style.  Call or .send post card,    -  Samuel   Needham, Douglas St.  Established l.'i years,  Strictly Union Labor Shop.  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.P. & A.M.  The regular meetings  are held in the Masonic Temple. Bourne  Hull, on tho third  Monday in each  month al, 8 p. in.  Visiting brethren  cordially welcomed.  II. J. PRATT Seobetaky. '  Belts! 1  ladies'  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. 0. 0. F., No. 25.  infills  si'i ved  at, all   bout's  Chinese are employed.  and  ���������no  i .  i nave  met*  ,200  oi-  an   increase   of  ',' | inoro than G3 per cent.    Other  maiiu-  [ fact ii ring   trades . have   developed   in  T    , , ~. , , ! like,  proportion,   and   this   under   thf*  Lady wmiLsa poHiuon n* housekeeper | ^j^1,,,,-^ w,lich nccot,jin, t0  Sir  GKALICD TKNDKHS addressed to the under-  O signed nnd endorsed, "Tender for Columbia Kiver Wagon Road." will bo received at  this otlcc unt.il"no()ii on Thursday the 23th day  of Octobor, 1900, for the 'uonsl ruction of about  three and threc-quartci* (a*!) miles of the "Columbia ltiver Winjnn'ltnnd." aoeoi'diiitf to plans  nnd specifications to bo seen at tho Provincial  Government Oflico,-Revclslokc.  Tenders will not bo considered unless made  on the form supplied and signed with tho  actual signatures of tenderers.       '    ' .  -Rood of two quibbled persons for the sum of  two thousand dollars must accompany each  lender. ��������� , .,  'J'he lowest or any lender nob necessarily  accepted.  lb (i. FAUQUIER,  Assistant ComniisMoner of Lands &AVorl s.  Provincial Governnient Oflico.  Revelstoke, 17th October, WO'l.     ,  N. T. EDWARDS. N.G. '    J. A. STONE, Sec.  SELKIRK LODGE/ NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets'overy Tuesday  evening in Oddfellows'  Hall at, 8 o'clock.  Visiting brethren cordially invited , to attend.  W. MATJIIE.'Skc.  ���������AT���������  1\ I1O0LKY,, N. G.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I. 6. F, No. 3461.  Meets in the Oddfellow  Hall on the second and  fourth Mondays of eac>  month.   Visiting ,bretl  invited to -ivtteni,  Guy Berber,  ^^Z������_THE JEWELLER'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector. '  ' i  The Fred Robinson    .  ��������� Lumber Co. Limited.  iBTihsimffflaffli  On and after this date our prices-, fnr  cut firewood will ho as follows :  $1 per cord at Mill  $2      "      delivered.   '  '   Prices Cut for Cash.  "EBEEZEZa  i  Fred Robins6n,Managing Director  'REVELSTOKE  rei)  B. It. ATKINS,  C. It.   .  G. YY. MITCHELL  Jt. S.'  A.  II. 'nOLDIOlI  Notice of Dissolution.  to  gentlemen      Good   cook,   highest | ChJ     T" WJ|1J   ,}|,n||d  references.   .Apply to "C" Routknay   rJi,aster aiIf| 'ruill l0 C.u,ndinn  majl onit-p  An order lias- been placed with  Hutchinson k Sons, Toronto, U>r nn  ambulance to cost $'W0 of, which  amount $2'il is d"posiU'd in the hank  leaving a balance, of #30 yet t.o lie  raised.  A large number of cloth bound books  at 25.cents each, excellent value, at  Canada Drug and Hook (Jo's. o  The   Russell   &   Drew   Theatre   Co.  under the able  management of ]{. F.  French, opened  a  four-nights'engagement,  at   the   Opera   I louse  Tuesday  night in the side-splitting comedy  " A  Checiful Liar."     Last  night to a large  audience  they  made a decided hit in  llie   .popular     drama     "Just   Before  Dawn.'"     To-night   this talented com-  vpany v* i 1  produce the great Christian  play " Quo Vadis." Heats for��������� t'ii-night's  performance are. selling  rapidly and a  great treat is in store for Revelstoke  theatre goers.   . High  class specialties  are introduced between the actH which  Keep the audience in good liuuior,  to   bunt,'  iiidiintry.  Kvrn suppose, for tl/u vi'ce of argument that thr-re was any I ruth in the  Tory claim that llie Liberals, aie continuing their policy unchanged, these  figures are, a most conclusive armiinent  against any change, of government, for  it is most evideiit that if this is the  result of tlio Tory policy the Tories  themselves did not know how to work  it properly. It is clear that the  count rv is benefiting just now from a  happy combination of tiie right policy  and the right men to work if, and it  would he the craziest kind of' folly to  change either.  VTOTICK i* hei-cbv fjivon 'Ihal the jiaiinei--  bN ncrship '.loretoforo. siilisUtinn'-beUveen ns.  llie iinrlursiKiied. as iiiaiuil'iifliirei---in (he city  of Ucvelstokc. bus bi'en'this day dissolved by  nuiliial con-rent. All debts owing to tlie said  nartneiwliip are to be paid lo It. 11. bawyerul  IveveNtoke, afoni-aiil, and all cliuins UKainsl  the --i-id niiniiershlpai'O to .bo preHcnlcd lo i,he  -aid II, II. Hawyer by whom the Fame will bi  r''liii'crd  al JJevcl-toko'tills 22nd Scptoinber, r  A. I).I'M').  II. IT. HAWYKlt,  irAKUY riAWVKH,  \Y. .-tAWYKIt,.  I--. (', MANN I N'O.  ANALYTICAL ClII'bMIST AND  ASSAYJSH.  Hoval School of Mines, London.  .Seven vears at Morfa Works, Swansea.  Seventeen   years  Chief:   Chemist  lo Wigan  Coal and Iron Co., lOnjj.  Late Chcmisland AK-*nyer, Hall Mines. Ltd.  Kvery description  of- assay and analytical  work ii'ndertaken.  Claims examined and reported upon.  ��������� UKVIiLSTOIvIO, 11, C. ' 1  J.  W. CROSS, M. D.  i.  SUUGKOX TO THIO C. V. It., CITY HEALTH  ' owic-iait.  Ofllcc: Taylor Ulock, Jlackenzle Avenue,  CIVE US ATRIAL  Some of tlie in^nraiicc roinpai)i"S refuse to lake i-i"ks on lhe lives of llicfif-  ricnl ushers. Tho.v assign as a reason  tli������t the usher, l)cin������ compelled to INb-n,  niglit after niu'lit, lo repHifions of i!n>  fin ine old jokes, soon becomes spirille-;s,  sees no joy in osislrnce and at an early  nge welcomes doalli as a. relief.  II  WriH There.  ., "There's a bo.v wiiiiIh to see youbsir."  "Has hcKOt a.bill iirhis handV"  "No, sir."  "Then lie's'got it in his pocket!   Send  blm'awey'r-Pbll May (a Fuacb,  fKKTIKK'ATl*: f)i*'   I.MPKOYK.MKNTS.  Nii'I'K I'.,  Hiinlii.'ii) Mii.f*r.*il ''liiut-. bin:;'** in Iho l.'cvel-  Moice Mining Divi-ion of U'o-I Ivooleimy.  When: |ii'*alid, on CnniisCreek. l  Take ti:/i i<-r: Iim! I..I. AL Ki'llic, free miner's  <i-)-t,iliC'it<- No. I J. \'i".il, inleiul, -Iki y day-) from  the dale luTO'if. I'i" ppbv I" (In* .MminK Iteeor-  ri'T for a, ci'liliealif of i)ii|)l*ovoii|i'.lit-<. for lhe  jinrposc of obluiniiiff ���������>��������� Crown ^riml of Ihe  iibo-, i; elalrn. ' ,  And fnrlli'i- lake nolle: I hal aclion. imdoi*  -fi-.'Aun ". neivt b<* foiniiiiiiiec-d licl'oro tin:  i--'-jiini''* of -nel. ei'rUll.'i������l(* of iiiiiirovciiieiil.*'.  J,aU-d Uii'i-'-,!,!) day of .l.tily. l!i"0b  .1. AL KKLLIK.  ( KKTIKICATK <>V   I.MI'IIOVK.M I* NTS.  NfiTiei*,  Si.'iilll'* Mineral Cliiim, silmite in Iho Itl'vcl-  .'loke Mining l)i\iion of V\'i-s| Konlon'iy.  Whore loi-aiirl, on I) iwnn* Creek,  Take iiotiei: I lia.1, I, .1. AL Kelli'-. free ininci-'.-'  rci'l.illoal.e No,.l'..lI.W!i7. intend.110 day** from the  date hereof l.o apply. In M)(: Allni'ni;'b������eoi-dor for  a f'erl'fioate of [inja-nveineiit, for tha purpose of,  oblainliiK a, crown K1'))"1 "f Ibe.aliove eli/im.  And fiirt.hei' take,  notice fliat,  action  under  section;'"' iii.uH|, he corniiienc-d  before l.lie'issii-  ance of sne.li cei'lbllale or Improvements.-     '      ;  ��������� Iluloil this 2'-'nd day of AiiKiist. Iffliti.  II  AUVIOY & McCARTKR  IIAKIirfiTKHH, BOLrCITOItS, I0TC.  Oi'-i'-i(ji:.s :    AIoi.son,-!   Hani:   Dlocic, , Kiovia-  STOIvI',,  Ib C.  MoiH'.v lo loan.  Olllees: Itev/.'NIoke, 15. (!.; l''ort .Steele, 15. C.  OlCO. H. AlcC.UlTKK, .1. A. II'AKVKV,  llovoWolie, J).' C. Fort Steele, It. C.  )'tlVATI*b NUHHINO  A  lady witli experience 'n opun to receive < n  Kiif'.eineiils an a private nurse.  A idruriri-A. H. care of lhe Al.xn, olllce.  Edison Standard '  ... Phonograph  willi Ji!i Ihe latest iniprovements will  l,il:o and r-'prodnee records coniplele  liK.'JndiiiK. Recorder. L'eprodueer, Hrass  Hbrii, Kappliirc Shaving Knife. Ear  Tubes, Camels Hair Uru-di, Oil Can. also  One-half dozen Records and Hooks of  .y Instruction. '.'.'''���������  F.  BUKBR,   Proprietor.  Phone   43.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  He'll do it for you.  Draying   and  delivering .v specialty.  ' Teams������������������'always' ready   at   shortest  notice.      Contracts   for jobbing  taken.  '..Agent' for  J3.C. Oil Co.  f*i  i r  *-)  i  Vll  si  i b


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