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 ���������pio^J  PUBLISHED   TTJES3D^.r5T  J^JSTTD   ^RIIDJL.~���������  U&������S***m������    ������������������mi I IT T\ IL  Vol. 7.--No. 33  o  EEVELSTOKE. B.'C, SEPTEMBER 11, 1900.  $2.00 Per Year.  66 HF  .jL e  ������3-  ft*  1)  J   I  I,'*  I"  i' '.  !!���������  IADIH0"   STORK"  The Munieinal Cocneil.  Regular Price $1.35, 1.25, and 90c.  Sale ' "      l.OO, 80c. and 60c.  ���������Regular 75c, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00, & 2,50  Sale     .   50c,   60c, 90c,   1.25, & 1.85  \      Regular $1.00, 1.50, 2.00."'  '  - ."Sale Price 50c, 90c, 1.50. ,  Don't forget'that we,keep Butteriek Patterns.  Late James Gill & Co.  Belts!  Beits!  Beits!  Ladies'' Belts  ��������� XT  t  Bar  ?  t ;? n  . i ilc  JEWELLER'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  Draying   and   delivering   a  specialty.  Teams.always   ready-   at   shortest1  Contracts    for  jobbing  for   I). C. Oil1 Co.  damson.  notice,  taken. '  Agent  Robert  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  or you.  WHO?   .  Tha Ff ed Bohihson  LnmbBF Co, Limited.  .   On and after I liis il.-it1'" oiir  prices foi  out lirewood will !>.��������� ,-is follows:  $1 per cor J at Mill  $2    ��������� ".      delivered.  Prices Cut for Cash.  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  Wagons, Delivery . Rigs,  , Buggies, Etc., .  ���������: AT:���������  JAS. MCMAHON'S  ���������: 0 :���������  Blacksmithing1 and Woodwork  done on short notice.  Carriages    Built   to   Order.  At. the city council meeting on Fri-  d'.y night  a   letter  was read from the  Revelstoke  Water,  Light  and Power  Company   in   answer to   the city's enquiry as to whether the company would  accept   the  sum of   ������69,975 for their  plant and assets.    The communication  stated   that a meeting  of   ihe   share  holders of the company had been called  for the, 19th   inst., when   the oftcr of  the council would he cousideied.'  . ' The public works committee, lecom-  inended that the sidewalks laid hy  the  citv this year he. laid so as lo   lea\e  a  space between tlie fence  line  and .the  inner edge of the sidewalk, the .-ize of  the space so left to be tit the-discietion  of the committee'/      '    u      '  Moved by Aid. K:Ipatrick, seconded  by Aid. Gordon that the public works  committee's'recommendation regaidina  the placing of sidewalks be, referred  back lo the commit ten for, CO foot-  streets and SO foot streets seperately  also noting the location of a.iy objections to these rule..".  Moved in amendment by Aid.'Newman, seconded by Aid.' Mc.YIalio'u, tl al  on the 80 foot si rents there shall be a  clear space of six f������et between the  side.walk and the lot line, and on the  60 foo't streets^ clear space of 3 feet  between the s-dewalks nod tin* lot line  except- tin business streets when* ho  ������������������pace shall be left, but where time,-ire  ob.s't ructions in the wav 111i.-> ink* shall  he ' only adhered to in so far as,  practicable." ' . ���������  JJoth the amendment and the 'tuition  were lost. It was!her- moved n\ Aid  Gordon, seconded by Ald.\ Newman,  that the report of tin; coinuuitee .1 e  idopti'd. Can ied.- Aye���������Ota don,  McM.dion.    Nay���������-Ki!j al-  would be to place Ibis riding in the  position which it is not to its in lei cats,  especially at this time, lo occupy. It  is to be hoped,, therefore, tli.-rr tin  friends of the govei nmenl t.hrn'iigliotii  Yale-Cariboo will from this time unl i!  the day of election give,I heir best energies to securing the return of .Mr.  Galliher.  Inland   .Sentinel :     In   Mr.   W.   A.  Galliher the  Liberal.-* of this eonslilu  o ������ 1'  eney have a candidate in whom (hey  have eveiy justification for placing Ihe  utmost confidence.    Por several yeai-  be has   been  an active worker'in'the  Liberal  ranks, and  has filled wilh tin  utmost satisfaction   the office of president of the Nelson Liberal Association  since,its inception. '  That b'is nomination was so cordially approved by the  entire , Kootenay   delegation   tesliiie.'  eloquently Ur his high standing in thi  Liberal ranks of that very importani  part of the constituency.   Mr. Gallihei  is one of ,the leading barriilers of Nelson, a young man of a'dmiltcd ability.  a_ great" force   of character,   a   gone  speaker and tin untiring worker in tin,  cause of Liberalism,  Province : It is most satisfactoty to  learn from the leporls of those on tin  ground that'Liberal prospects,'were  never brighter'in the upper country  and that the return of-Mr. Galliher- foi  Yale-Cariboo is looked foi'"with������conf>,  donee by all of his friends and supporl-  ������000 People PspiskL  ,     (S.-cci.iI lo'l'it;.; JIam,.)  ' Gamtktox,   Texas, Sept.   ]].--It is  c.aiiii'iled that   five   thousand   peopid  perished   in    the   sloim  which   swept  the gulf-cities  of' /iVxas  im   fjaltiid.-ry  night and that the damage to property  including   the   cotton   crop   will reach  $20,000,000.      Terrible   , havoc   Vas  '.wrought   in   Galveston   and the small'  towns on   the   coast, wind  destroying  the   buildings'and   the   streets   being  flooded,  For sewing machine supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J. W. BENNETT,  representing- The Singer Mftg.  Co,, MacKciuie Ave.  Fir;.I .-trcel near MolMint, Dank.  Board by the week $4.50  Meals     - -. 25c  Holm* made III nad. C-ik'1.-" and Pies  fin- -=��������������� I-���������_ Oi-i'ii day and night. No  Chinese employed.  A.  COWEY,  Proprietor.  Edison Standard  . . ."Phonograph  willr all the lat'-st Improvements will  take and r-'proilnee record.-*, complete  Includini*-. Heeiirdcr. i-Ie'iio-liicc:*, Jlrn-s  Horn. Sapphire Shovinc Knife. Knr  Tubes, Camel? IF.air Bnr-li, Oil ('nn. also  One-lmlf dozen IJccords and Books of  Instruction.  PRICE   $25.00  ���������,OHAS J. AMAN...  Newman,  rick.  ! ��������� - - ��������� .    .    -  The city clerk w.ts instructed to  ilr. Nash's letter stating that'thc. city,  council have "no objection to, the  government granting either vill.i lot  16 or 47, for a Catholic coniterv.  The   city    clerk    was insiiticted   lo  igain    wiite ' the  Department of    ihe  interior requesting   that' viihi lot No.  10 be granted to the city uf l!ex el.xit ke  '.'or   an    addition   to   ihe  pie������.eni <:*l\  ceineleiy, showing to ' I lit".   J>p n tne nl  i hat  there was   a.   unmber   .of   gi .r ��������� ps  made 'on   ibis  lot before, tin; houmlni ���������������,  lines      fixpri   ��������� liy     the     survey .was  made-and also   from its  l.eio'' a romei  lot is   a   very desirable adiJit.'ion id the  cenietpry and that owing to t heir beieg  a ��������� steep   side  hill  there is no way of  leaching   the   pre-M'ut   cemetery ������raiii  except by ;'i road tluougli this lot.  The city collector was instructed io  deliver all   the tax   notices to all resi  dents mid   mail   all tax   notices i<> I he  residents.  Moved by MoMauon, seconded b\  Aid Goidon, lhat the publie worls  committee be insinuated to investigate  as io I lie nthisal ility of ino,\ing the  sidewalk on Douglas si i eel between  Wales and Kootenay si.iee.i, ten f"ei  ���������<outh of its present position and low.  eri'ng it in order to give, drainage Iron  the street, and repVt at tin* nex  meeting.  Alderman McMahon was appointed  to act as a member of the JJoard of  Police Commissioners, and Alderman  Gordon a member of the Hoard of Li-  Coniinissioncrs,   during    the  ceiiMug  leuiporaiy a I-ski ice of   Mayor Smith.  OPINIONS OF THE PRESS  About fie Liberal Candidate for Yale-  Cariboo-Kootenay.  Nelson Tribune : W. A. Galliher of  this cil j'will be the Liberal candidate  for Yali'-Carilioo in the approaching  Federal election. At the Liberal.convention held at Revelstoke he received  a unauiuious nomrmtfion, which in  itself was a fitting tribute to his popu-  laritv. In Mr. Galliher (he, Liberals  will have about, the strongest Candida to  that the constituency could produce.  Rosslund Miner : To allow the return  of an opponent of the government, for  the retention of the Laurer administration   ti   beyond    a    pcradveuUuv  ers.     Mr. Galliher is a young man ol'  unquestioned ability and is thorough!}  deserving of_.lhe confidence which hi.*  fellow   Liberals diave   placed   in liiin.'  The   position,   Loo,     cannot    but -bi  slrenglhed by the clear-cut tone of the  resolutions adopted  by the Revehitoke,  convention.-  There is no dallying will,  matters' of vital importance and electors can tell by one reading jti-t where  the Liberals of Yale-Oarihou stand and.  as he is llieir'Ui'iHtiiiiioiis choice, when  Mr.   Galliher, .stands also.    ''    *   Uei-.  tainly all   looks well  in Yale-Canboo  and there can  be little doubt that.Mr.  Galliher, will at'terthe   next   election  have   the   honor of   representing  the  largest constituency in Canada.  Vancouver World :     Mr.   Bostock'*-  successor as the Liberal candid.tie foi  the   Cariboo-Yale-Kooteuay  constituency, is a' resident therein, and in Lhr  section   of   the   Province    which' ln-  claims   as his home  is a  very jropulai  young man.    lie is well and favoiab!}  known   as   being   possessed of ' all Unqualifies essential to the   making of a  public      man���������probity,     intelligence,  adaptibility and a thorough familiarit \  with the Province's wants and requite-  menlsand Canadian afl'.iirs generally.'  He is an able, lluent speaker ;   of com-,  mauding  appearance,   strong   and robust���������just   the * stamp . of   a    man   to  undertake an  ellVclive campaign tour  of the enormous con>tituency for which  he is now the candidate in the Liberal  interest.    lie depends upon a generous  assistance being extended him by Lib-  eials and all friends of good, honest,  progressive Government, in the prosecution nf   the canvass*, of   the ili-*l rict,  upon   which   he   will   nt   once enter.  Those who  know Mr. William A. Galliher, and .they are  legion, assert lhat  .he'ean he depended  upon to look after  the, requirements of   his coii-i il tn-iiLs.  This is the  kind  of  ieprescnL.it ivr-i lie  electors of Ciribuo-Yale-Koolen.-iy require.    It  will   then r'esL \\ il.h ihein lo  place him in  such  a position as we arc  indicating  in   order1 lhat   he  may be  able toseive them in all mailers )elating to ihe Federal  Government as ils  all'airs     are     aduiiuiatei ed      in     ibis  Province.  j/ill Remain in Pekin.  (Special Lo the Mau,.)  Londox,   Sept.    10.-���������The    Chinese  ministers' in the capitals of the Powers  ire presenting  ciedentials as commissioners   who   are "empowered'1 by the  Chinese government  lo .negotiate for  peace     The   American   troops-will be, ,  withdrawn   but it   said Great JJritain  and Germany..have   decided   lo remain  in Pekin,  Aflothep British Vjetoryi  "    MAi  ' (Special lo The !Mail.)  London, Sept.', 11.���������General Bullei-o  has inflicted another' severe, defeat on  the Boers, capturing the .town of Spitz.  Kop.    The   British Joss was 13 killed'  and 25 wounded. ' '���������' ���������  C P.,K. HOUSE BOAT.    "   . ;  A Most Delightful Outing- for Those who  ,.    ��������� Desire it.  The new C. P. R. boat bouse which  is now completed and ready for occupa-  i.ion has been visited by a huge number  of Nelson people, all of whom declaieit  to be an ideal home. The boat is completely fiirnis.hed iii every respect,  Hie four slate* rooms, with their four  double unci four single beiths aie  equipped with everything one ,would  desire in a bed room at home. h\ the.  dining room is all that a dining  room  Calgary Industrial Exhibition.  In connection with this exhibition  the. G. P: R. have uunouneed a rale- of  $7.80 llr-j-vt'lstoke to Calgary and return  tickets lo be bold on Sept, JJlh to 15th  and good to return up to and including  lGl.li.  As this is only about half the one way  fare there is no doubt but llrrl a large  number of our citizens will avail themselves of I he cheap i ale, lo take in the  fair, which far surpasses anything in  that lind west of Winnipeg,  requires,' silverware, glassware, etc.,  and the'room itself is sufficiently la'ige  to aceonnnoJati^any party that could  travel on the boat. The kitchen is complete, Loo, and in fact, there is nothing  lackiug anywhere. All of the rooms  are carpeted and the hallway is laid  with oilcloth. Upstairs you are itr the  open air, Willi an awning lo shield you  from the sun and a hammock if you  would la'y down and lead and !e.=t. No  more delightful place, to tpend a' week  or two, could be imaginedi provided, of  course, the boat, is anchored in some  one of the thousand beauty spots of  Kootenay Lake. Nowhere, perhaps, in  all the Dominion ol'.Ganada is there a  body of water offering'to  i.li.-*  man of  Lho'i "el and fly or he  of  the gun  such  indu .'cinculs as  are  offered  anywhere,  on Kootenay   Lake   and   nowhere  are. ���������  there, inoro delight I uliy secluded places  than can be found here.    And   it  '"s  lo  give viniLois the opportunity of teeing  all this, under mont pleasant conditions,  th il the C. P. R. has caused to be built  t lis bouse boat,    it is. lo be.  rented 'to  parlies and at a'liifiue. which  makes it  within the reach of everyone who can  a To rd an outing.   Tlie boat it.-elf  will  rent at $5 per day,   with a  minimum  charge of .'jiiO.    It will be lowed to any  point lhat can be reached from Nelson  at   the   tegular   lownge charge" of 50  cents a mile, wilh a, minimum  towage  charge of $.1.   All that I In se who rent  the boat have to do, i- to stock if wilh  eatables and drink;.hies.   Nothing else'  is required by t join miles.-, they   desire'  a servail and this the C. P. R. offieials  will under:.*!1 : Io i-ecmv for them.  I  )R1VAT:.     T'KSING  A l.-ul>' With c.  giiireinjiit  Adifrcsa-A, .  ec it-open to receive en-  ate inu'.tC.  " .Mail office, THE KOOTENAY MAIL  r "t i  Zbe fiootena-2 flDat-  PUBLISHED SEMI-WBKKLY.  ���������AT���������  BEVBL3TOES, B.C.,  ���������HY���������  B. It: OAMPlsELL,  r PUBLISHEK AND PKOI'KIKTOU.  Subscription   Price,   $2.00   Por   Ann-  VDVKIJTISIN'G   IIATKS   quol       on   a|.  cation. "  jr>}? PKINTLVG of every kind at most, rca'r.  ' able rate.-*'and shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job  printing or  nilvortisii.  payable on tire first of every month.  COnurcSI'ONDKNC]'. on nil matters of loci  or public interest invited and carefully con  sidered. All communications to tlie Jmuio.  mu-t beaccoinpanied by lire'nanu* of lli<  writer*, not neee.-,wu'ily for piiblioiition, bin  as an evidence of good faith.       ,        r'    '  Address. . p  Tin-: Kootisxay Mail,  Revelstoke,'B.C.  'JTKSDAV, SEPT. U, 1000.  i ;; i   c'loVi  ,i  i be Liber.d convent"  ::,-;,{ i-,  1li;velsLoke last   week has me  WHERE  MY TREASURE IS. .  'Lord of the living, when rny race is run,  Will that I pass beneath tire risen sun;        ������  Suffer inv sight to dim upon rome scene  " Of thy Rood green.    ��������� ���������  Let my la-t pillow bo the,earth I-love,  Willi fair infinity of blue above,     '  And fleeting, purple shadow of a cloud  Sly only shroud.  A'little lark, above the morning star,  Shall shrill the tidings of my end afar;  The rnufllcd music of a lone sheep bell "    ���������  Shall be my l.nell,  And where stone1 heioes trod the moor of old,  Wheie bvgone wolf howled round a granite fold,  Hide thou beneath the hf.ilhcr-s newborn light,  Sly endless night.  ���������J'.den I'lullpolls in Spectator.  ���������-.'ilh i he general approval of the Libet  ul  electorate, not  only  of this consii  tuency,    but' of   the .whole   province  Mr. W.  A.  (Jalliher,   the nominee of  ll.a convention, is   one of   the leadinp  lawyers of Nelson.     Ho was born ano,  brought"up in  Ontario.      He studied  law   under'  Messrs.   Archibald'    and  Howell of Winnipeg, and'was called to  the bar of Manitoba and afterwards K  that of  the Korthwest Territories and  ' British Columbia. Mr. Galliher cairn  from the Northwest to JJritish Colum  b'i.i a few years ago and has been a  resident in Nelson ever since. . As n  voung man he.accompanied ihe expedi  tion up the Nile .under Lord Wol.-������eIe\  in 1S85 for the relief of Khartoum.  Mr. Gulliher has bpen president of the  Nelson. Liberal Association since it.  inception, and when he goes to Ottawa  as he surely will, successor to Mr. 11.  J3oslock, after  the   next  general.elec-  ' tion, he r\vill gi'.c-a good account oi  i.imself and look well after tliohiterosU-  of his constituents.    ���������  Tjiv:   Fvee  Press   in   reviewing the  political situatiou.sav'* :     "' Ts  is  bar  t.) make out by any possible calculation  a majority   for Sir   Chai Ics Topper n  the next parlk-meut even if  be earriei  p.vcrv   seat   in   Manitoba, the   North  west Territories and  lb itish Cobimbi .  So this talk about i: the west/'indulged  in so much by our Conservative fi iends.  is a bit of   a   catch.      The Liberals of  the west, confidently count on carrying  five out of the se\en scats in Manitoba,  the whole four seats in the Terrkone*  and at least four   out   of   the   six   ii  British    Columbia.       Time   * will    tel  'whether these   ca\ ligations   are    wel.  founded. , It is the  lime honored privilege of   both   the. political   p.iitiest-  C1 ���������*  figure' out a majority for themselves  be.'ore the elections. We confess thai  the outluok is strongly in favor nt tie  Liberals, and believe it woulil not hi  loo sanguine aprediciion lo>ay,t!i  Sir Wilfrid Laurier will .have behind  him when he meets'the next parha  iiieut a majority of at least,forty.'  Tin", (bil'li-n, Era says .in its la-'  i.i-UC: hat tlifie w is no repi (���������-.euUliv  fiom North Mi--! K.io-.i:i..ry at tin'  Libera! con-'eiition in Ji>'\vN',oke, i.1*'  week. , Wi: beg tu inform the F.i.t thai  Mr. II. -V. Kimplmi, of Windermere,  was present as a deleg rte. There were  no dtdeifates ;rrtiiiilv from fr.il.lrM ,  but (J-ildeti is not the only place ir  X'n*t: i;] is! i\n>M'!it. J'/.eetoral ih-  tiic;..  Tin-; 0 Mi-er \,n i-.  in lather a Ind   fix.  p i rt v  i,i  Ni'i -on i  Itsollicers have  a I ion t s.tcrifi'cd tin* hopes or ilie pari,  in the ^iMiiiiiMtioii of tii"ii o*vn pet',  jealousies ���������Tiibune.  PERIL OF CHLOROFORM.     A  Sri-s. Doyey Determlncil to Sure Her  tlnKlutuil From Anxiety.  "And, Iiow is the hand today, darling?"  inquired .Mr. Dovcy fondly.  "Oh!" sighed Mrs. Dovcy, "the nam  h.-rs' been somctlunj,' frightful. I have  had to send for the doctor. lie is coming  to hi nee it. I expect ,him here every  minute."  '"My own brave little woman!  "Not so very brave, cither. I am going  to take chloroform."  "Oh, Amorella,- don't, please!" *  "It won't cost so much more."  "As if I thought of that!"  "You want to see nic tortured, then.  After only two .months of marriage!"  "How can you'talk like that, Ainorelhi?  Why, don't you know? Sometimes people  die tinder chloroform."     ���������  "You sav that just to frighten me. I>ut  I don't care. I'll risk it. Ah, here's the  doctor! You will,, give me chloroform,  won't you, doctor?"    '  "Certainly; I have come prepared. ;  "And you assure me there is no danger?" *,   ' '  "None ���������flliaterei'."  ."My husband here has been trying^ fo  frighten mo with stories of people dying  under the influence." ���������        .     ,  "Ah, but not where the medical man  thoroughly understands the patient's constitution. Here, Dovcy, take hold of .tins  ospongo. By the way,, I was administering it yesterday to an old patient of  mine, and really he was most amusing."  "Yes?" ' ���������  "The way tho old fellow talked about  his early love affairs! He gave himself  awnv dreadfully.   It' was great fun!"  "What did he say, doctor?" inquired  Mrs. Dovcy anxiously.  , *���������-  "Excuse me.   I ought not.to repeat it."  "He knew, of course, that^only you  were there?"  ' "Oh. if the whole city had'been there,  it would Iravfi been all the same. Are'you  ready now, 'Mrs. Dovey?" ���������  ."Will it hurt very nn-eh, doctor���������the  lancing?"  "With the'chloroform you won't know  anything about it.",  '"-Don't you Uiink.. I might .manage, to  bear it without any?" (  "Better not try.   You might faint;"  "Besides. Amorella, the doctor says  there is no danger in your case."  "No, no, no! ' I want,to show you men  bow a weak- woman can bear pam,"  "But just now, darling, you, were determined"���������  "Yes, dear, but I have been thinking.  You would be here all the while, and���������  you would be so anxious."  Moody'."' Method "With Horen.  Some of'Moody's meetings were "open"  in the sense that' any one so disposed  was at liberty to speak or pray. But on  important occasions ho knnv .very well  beforehand who were likely io takp i*ni'f  in the meeting, and some of the most delightful surprises were what Artemus  Ward would have called "prepared im-  promotus."  Ol course he was beset by "cranks,"  b".t he faced them with great courage;  When a speaker was taking breath, he  would give out the next hymn as naturally as if the man had Onislied. I hay*  heard him sny to a speaker who had  scarcely cornraonc-d what lie had intended to say: "Now, sir.'lhat'is perfect. It  you add a single word you will spoil'it,'  Let us sing Xo. 123."..  When provoked beyond measure, Jie  could be very Severe. An Australian  evangelist had told a long story of hi?  own glorious .doings and of the nppot-itini-  he had everywhere encountered. As In?  pat down Mr. Moody n-mnrked: "I can  tell you why they opposed yr>u." "Why V  "Berat^e you ' spolo* tort much about  yourself." Tbi--' w"������ unit] >'t a '"���������'���������v."'led  meeting.  A-FAMOUS "BASTILE.  GHATEA0"D!'iFls,ONE of the great  SIGHTS IN  FRANCE.  Crowds of l*ils'i'-i������w* Visit the Prison  V.'lieroin'Dwnists J.ocntr-1  His Great  , Ciinra'ctci'M In "Montc-CIiristo," Edmund Uniites and AIimc Farin.  "I.s it true," I asked of'M. Chanol. the  president of the general council of Mar-  1 scilles, "that they actually' show the  cells of Dilutes and the Abbe Fnria at  Lhu Clniteau d'll'V" says a Marseilles correspondent of the Paris Temps.'  '���������Certainly, no doubt of it," replied M.  Chanot, and everything .that he added  was enough to send a fellow inio a profound reverie. The next diiy 1 look the  steamboat which goes three times a day  Lo the Chateau d'Jf. What un immense  number of readers Dumas still lias!   U he  'big boat was crowded. In-the throng  there were , three 'priests, one niililary  inni), a number of Englishmen, Knights  of  the  Legion  of Honor,  workmen  and  1 business men. The trip lasted about half  mi hour. Everybody was serious, and  verv .properly when on - a pilgrimage.  Soon the Chateau d'lf appeared. Upon  nn island of about S00 meters in'circumference, entirely surrounded' by walls,  stands the heavy building with its great  lowers and square dungeon. There is  something imposing in 'the thing, which  comes from the somewhat golden color  Df the stones, the very heaviness of Ihe  mass and the abundance of (he solids  -over the voids, as nn architect might sny.  It w:is never anything but a slate prison,  the bastilc of tlie south, and Francis I  himself in 152-1 laid the first stone of it.  Through personal experience he was well  up in prisons.   ' '  The cells open upon a sort of interior  C'our.tyai'd,   narrow  and  somber.'    Many  ������nre without windows, and some are veritable dungeons bplow the surface of the  exterior soil. Three of Uip-largest and  most striking are on the first floor.. Tliey  are the cells of the famous prisoners��������� the  'Iron Mask, who in 10S(5 was taken thence  to llie island of >Sto. Marguerite; Philippe Bgalite, the'father of J>uis Philippe, 'who  was  decapitated  on   Nov.  Q,  'lTU.'i. and Mirabeau,'who was'sent there  bv virtue of a letd'o do cachet demanded  bv his father after his"separation from  Mile, do' Miirignane, a'sensitive- woman,  and about as inconstant as her inconstant  husband.   - ,.',.,  But my companions paid Ml He attention to these cells. They made n rush  for a cell on the ground floor, perfectly  terrible in its aspect, with a door framed  in iron, a bolt thai weighed at least TJ  pounds and with a little barred window.  After'passing through that door we .entered a dry cave lighted solely by a little  jump. There is a notice outside which  reads* as" follows:'' ."Cell1" of Abbe  Faria, expelled..from Rome" in 131}; jji*  prisoned in the Chateau d'lf as a con'  "spirator; died in 13'29."  Xev,-!r]Lbcless this is only an antechamber. The'coii of F;jrin is a'sort of tomb  in the farthest corner an.d in ft'ljicli-one  can hardly stand, upright. . In one of J he  rjvallu is the hole made by the abbe to  communicate \v\\.]) J)antes. Sure enough,  there is the hol.e! Wbaf son of tliej-otUh  ever made it V Nobody knows. Biifjherc  it is. irrofntaliie proof of fbe power foi;  realization that a popular work possesses.  And the cell of Dantes can be vaguely  seen through that hole. It is seen in a  mystery all the more terrifying because  the military engineers walled-up the door  so thai it is impossible to enter.  "Dantes, Dantes!" cried one of tlie pilgrims wiir, s-i-jipjed to play the practical  joker. But lie did 'imi do if.wejj. His  voice was'almost trembling, and if Dilutes really did reply the joker would not  jia'vp been at all astonished. How admirable and toucljipg is the creative power  of imagination!  1 According to the serious archaeologists,  pniou-i whom is M. Espearandiou. tlie famous a rehired, there were really prison'  ers in that h,orrib|e c:\yo. One' was ljatn  ed Bernardot, a lich merchant nf Mar-  p i'l:-p, who was arrested on the cliarge'of  having spoken disrespectfully of Cardinal  Richelieu. He died I here of starvation,  and Jean Paul! a'snilor, who struckjiis  ci-nunander. died there in 1779, after 31  fears' captivity.  It is rloulMl'Ws [J.o story of these  It is rloiilMl'WS [po story of these I wo  men, literally buried alive, flu.J inspired  Dumas. * Today  for everybody it  U Ihe  Botli Prcpnred,  H-r little brother was entertaining in  the front room the young man who had  -just called.  "Look here," he said suddenly, "arc  you go in to propose to my sister to-  ntelit?"  "Why���������or���������or���������what do you in<-nn?"  asked the youth, wilh some agitation.  "Oh, nothin, only if you arc you aren't  go in to surprise her. At tea jus' now  she bribed me and my little brother to go  to bed at half pa*-t 7. She's hung four  Cupid pictures on the drawin room wall,  got pa and ma to promise'to go ofiilin  next, door, shut the dog in the eellar and'."*  bocn practicin 'Because I Ixivc Yoj.1  Dearly' on the piamif-r all (lie afternoon!  You'll get her all rislit, only if she start?  talkin 'bout its bein sudden, toll her it  don't work with yon."  unci -i-  most  ,  Ihe  p-isnii of F.'iria. and the inscriptions an  there to certify the existence of (he  fortunate; abbe. Is it nut I rue that  graphic monuments consliiiile (in  amheutic source of history? W<  ���������lii'.'r.'ipli of the Clr.ileati d'lf aflirnis lhat  Dantes and Fnria really lived.- C;in |<os-  terity a*-k for anything more? The old  guide, Cri'os-joii, who was piobably Ihe  liiilior of this mise en pcciic, gave details  Still more precise. "Here is the  -aid h", "made by Mgr. Faria wit I  ooni*:"  And ?.n at the presenf  time Faria  and  Dantes really  live.' 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J-mijiii"',"     -'fjliil)1"     and  Ni'-'hC nnili- in   |.i .ri-ioj,'   l!>"  enlinrrf:  ,,:,-.- ;1,���������1 ii; li-lic -l vli-  r.i'  .Mi--  M:!l' <  in her ���������.oriif ivcilaN   in  tli.il   city.    Sin  ... ;,-|i |.(.:. i,,|iMiicl cniii|i.iii> v,-,;i Ami1; in  i\ .\'*|.-ioi:.'   oii'-r.'i    h'Hi-"    on    I'Yi-liij  nitrhl.    Jlesr-rved seals Ti centd general  ;rdiiii.-*.~ion  .";') cents.    J'l.in  aL C'.ni.'ifla  JLJuuk SLolV.  The Fever Tree.  Tlironphont nlmost Ihe wllole of the  Transvaal you come fii-*ro������t! every now  nnfl then some ppeci'") of the dreaded fever tree, a IwiMed, dislorted (roe, whose  livid green trunk and hranches hear no  leaf nor blossom. In nppc.'iranee it is  qtiito tlio ino'-fc sinister bit of ve^elation  imaKinalile, and, no mailer how weary  his oxen or how weary his own feet, Ui"  SoilfI) African trekker or prospector will  plod on for miles rather than oulspait  gycu for one nijilit In the neigliljorliood  of litis halt-fill trea-  roniiincer. for hjiv    ..   up fi^'ain  the plan  of  I'l.-iririii  The man kIio could r-r������-iite sardi aje^ciid  was certiiirrly no orflimiry person. There  \i only one writer perhaps who slnirc"-  his -.'lory, Raf-elai1*. The pciisaiii:- of  Toiii-fiine will show today in all seriou������-  oe.ss Ihe loetiliti.'-s whieh (Jar^anliiii loved  to haunt.  In ihinkiri',' all lliew Ihin^.-i I reliinnd  R-ith Ihe crowd back |o the '-learner. The  caplain showed me a little i-land  ���������>eiiF ii irifi-s of vutiiii <\ and li,i;.'ie  rocks. '"I'hat is Tibonlen." s  "where I>anles hinded alK-  I iIiiikI confess lhat, i\< 1  w ri: ���������.  I ie:i  be"  THE B. C. 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Ewing, Vice-Pies.  .Iamks Ei.MO'f, (;e.neral Manager '  PAID, UP CAPITAL - $2.170,000  RESERVE ... - 1,850,000  general banking bu-incss Ira n si del.'" Interest allowed on deposits at current rates.  J.. D. MOLSON, isnagr,!',  E, B. C.  Now and I hen.  There ciiiiii'< 11 lime i.ow a*."! th'-n wli"i' ev������"-y GfenlJennin  fe.-ls ihe 1 >  cxce-iili n i.illy si vli .'������������������ ;ii ii w. s!-;'ul-l"!.re( her soil (if oh it ties, The 'ifcn������i*r'i  in;iv he ;r v.-eibli-!'.���������-. a 11 cept ion. ,1 journey or m������iii>* <>\ !n*r ininoi-innt  I'm'.!-! ion. Til.1' i-. iii" liiui* !o .rvoiil ,-i r-iiam-e (St. Thai is tlieliiut*  ;thove nil <������������������'< h'-: -". I ���������' v-' i' '��������� I '"���������" ' 1 '1' '���������' I <��������� me.  R. S, WILSON, The Tailor. _n^."i-i- r..,F+  N  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ,���������   <  -r-Tfie Yeffow Tomatoes I  /:zirt  How They Garc'Slmpc to an   ���������  0 Ensirgamcnt Riuj;. X  I-Jii.m lulled.,)  ��������� Uoi understand and fed tliem with  crullers and grape juice. Bertha  thought she hnd never seen any room  r-o'eharniine- as this kitchen, with its  racks of hlue plates,, its shining pans  mid its illniniualed mottoes upon the  wall.  Bertha was not more than 12 when  she was sent to a private school, and  as the years went hy she saw people of  ' quite ii different sort from Dominions  ,   and his father niid mother aud ought,'  probably, to  have forgotten all ahout  them.    But  it  is 'an  undeniable  fact,  though it may have shown some evidences of vulgarity in her nature, that  nil  the years  (hat, she  was occupied  with other matters,' such as hoarding  ���������   f-chcol and summer resorts and "com-  ,   lug out", and the gayeties' of a winter  '     in the city, she remembered that curious kitchen and the people who lived  in, il  and  wondered  where thrjy  had  gone, for it had happened that one autumn,   after   returning   from   tjie pra-  ,   fihore, I'ei'th/i h;itl discovered that the  ��������� l house back of the garden-was en: ply,  It had been a sad moment for her. B1.'.1  -   had felt the-tears come to hei' eyes psf  ,,'bIio   looked   at. (he   untidy   piece   of  ground where the exquisitely kept garden of Jacob Van Brunt had been, and  r   the  windows   from   which .the  round  'face/of her friend had often smiled at  her repulsed,her now with their, bare-  ' ��������� ness. "       ' ������ ������������������ ���������*  ,    .fit happened that in course of time  Bertha had a notion lo go abroad, and,  having the consciousness of her certificate of grf'duntion in hei" trunk, she'  ���������ivas in'no'haste to'return iq lier home.  So shOoliugered where she pleased, ar-  ' rogaully  directing, the  movements  of  Tier pnrt.v, \yhic!] CQ������s|sted of,a maiden  aunt Vuu]   an   eklerl.y   secoi'id 'cousin.  , Vvitii'tiiis double'c'haperona'ge she was.  .' allowed   to   jlo' ���������ajiup's^ . auytbing, pUe  pleased-    . '     ,  At length they reached Amsterdam,  ��������� -making, headquarters'for  themselves"  there aud planning to go upon .many  excursions through the country.. It  - was natural,enough that, having a local habitation, they should ujalie game  friends in the dry, find",so'!u came  fibou't thai before they had,boon there  t long they were invited to dinner by an  American lady. Mrs. Trusi?,'' whose husband was'engaged in" soiiie niercantile  enterprise tnere.  'The1 Triia'x'iioiiSG was a cosmopolitan  pne, and at it the habitup expected to  pi pet nd niaiint-T of celebrities jiiid }*u*  jua'ij puririS. Berili.t,'nmch elated at  the prospect, whirled off, ncconipnuicJ  by her decorous relatives.."li-rayed for  the, occasion in the most unbecoming  ' of their best silks.  ''What  dear old   frumps  thpy  are,"  Bertha cii'pmi-Urird to herself. "V think  the Atnslerdani ladies will like them  ���������{'hey jusi suil.th'is background."  - They -seemed lo indeed aud got ou  better than Bertha, whose youth con,  .demned   her  to a  subordinate  place.-  This was not as it- was in  America,  Bertha reflected and permitted herself  to indulge in a moment of homesickness  as  she  sat apart,   her  glowing  beauty unnoticed by the middle aged  people who wero.'paying their respects  to her aunt and lior second cousin.  "I have delayed.for a moment for another guest," Mrs. Trnax said. "I wished to present to your niece. Miss Mundersoil," she said, addressing Bertha's  aunt, "a young man who is half an  American. Ah, there Is the bell now!"  The ninn at the door announced a  moment later: .  "Ilerr Van Brunt."  Bertha turned wilh an anticipation  which she-endeavored to subdue. It  was. not likely that the sonof a gardener would he at the home of Mrs. Trnax.  But in th? young man who entered  Bertha saw with unmistakable recognition the amiable, soft eyes, the round  face and high brow and quiet, kindly  maimers of her old friend, borne with  the assurance and ease that come of  rolf confidence.  The hostess managed to whisper,to  Bertha's aunt, and of course Bertha  overheard:  '������������������This young man has distinguished  himself in landscape gardening. He  has just laid out a p;,Vk for Prince  Zagenwell and is much thought of both  in Holland and (iennany. 1 hear that  the Duke of York is likely to send for  him for his new place in Scotland."  Dominions Van Brunt sal.uled his  hostess with a profound bow. How  well Bertha remembered lhat quaint  reverence of manner! He was presented to Use- guests and at last tvns led  Up to Bertha, who'suddenly felt as if  She wv\v in short frocks, wilh freckles  on her face an 1 braids down her back,  lie stnrled and Hushed and then'held  out hi.s hand in the good American  way. regardless of ceremony.  "What,  you  art) acquainted!''  cried  the hostess.' Tlipy exp:ninen. -���������..���������-  hostess turned in some perplexity to  the spinster aunt. She wondered if she  had unintentionally committed nn indiscretion." But [\iviv was no annoyance in the face of the elder Miss Maii-  dersou, and the hostess felt" at liberty  to permit ((he two young people to go  down to dinner together.  The conversation at dinner would not  be particularly interesting to recount.  But Bertha remembered every word of  it. Perhaps Dominions'Van'Brunt did  too���������but it has been impossible to secure his confidence. It is a certain  thing, however, that the next day a  basket came for the young American  'lady containing a dozen yellow tomatoes,, dropped like eggs in a nest of'  white daisies. Which was, surely, a  curious gift!  Now   it   is   undeniable   that   Bertha  Mandcrson found Amsterdam interest- "  ing, yet for some reason  best understood by her sex she remained in it but  a short time, hastening .away to other  points of interest.    It is'"also certain  that about the time of her departure a  young landscape gardener ran to yews  and  weeping ' willows',in   his designs  and accepted with alacrity the opportunity   of  designing   a   cemetery   for  some new American town.    But he recovered, from" his gloom, when  there  reached Jiini  from   the  shores of  the  Baltic  a   trinket   fashioned   of  lucent  amber, shaped   like a   yellow  tomato.  It occurred to him that  he, ought .also  to visit the storied beaches of the Bnl-,  tic,. and he did' so without an  hour's  unnecessary delay.  And ' the consequence 'was, as the  children say when they piny-the old  gaine, that when Miss Bertha Mandcrson returned'lo America she .wore for  an engagement ring a tomato shaped  topaz on .her third linger.���������Exchange.  ^^k^4r^h^2^4r--U--u.h  *-���������������> .X btij,  ���������J-*-*} i'v , ''i  *������*.?*&.  ~W\-:a  ���������*-���������* >��������� ���������'-"  4* Safe  ffl'  % 9 *%*  t *  4*-f 4������  f|l  tH  |l$  tit  ��������� y. x *5r .  *# if m������  ^9^  vn  t-  f.    ���������U    -a     U  \ il *, I  -3-  1      ^"x"y .    '~i~���������'-  J A-  -^0  *  r' ���������*  ���������r1. <��������� .  4-  r-p." -p    -^t~  r  ,-v-l.  "\-  k ooieriay  y-i  ill  4*s  4*  4>  4>'^4'  We' have always",been noted- for the'  'fine quality of our ,work������that"s ' why we  4*&JL  l" "V  The Wires Were Crossed.   ,  Hotel .Man''(who thinks lie jsi polling  down his. bu'ti.'JH*p-Siiy, 1 am, shy' 'q.  (joart niid a liver, eight ribs and a  jhoulder. Npw 1 want 'em right away.,  f Railway Olllce-(which has beep.coiv  qocled by'uiislakel-Sni'i'.v. air, but the  iyrep!*: has lieen cleared pp.���������Baltimore  * paprlcji-n,. ' '    ' -  <b ' '  -   pcorgc.   T.   B,ell,   for   yonrsi ,n' Texas"  ranger ni^] lufyi"!" tho employ of the  ^ovommnH spcrpt service, carries marks  pf six .knil'e  wounds' and   seven   bullet  wounds   received   while   on 'duty ...is   a  ranger for the government.   Possibly the  most thrilling experience through which,  he passed was a diu*I on the streets o$    '&?)!*&  Ti-cson, A. T., in that torni'-s palmiest   X^^i  "ficli hhd been instrumental in rounding    ^^Hst  lip and capturing a'gaiig of counterfeit-    ,-4***$  ers known as the -"Shang Brooks" nang.    ������SUS*|������  '.They had their "niint" \\\\ ifj the Pel'lonV    X^'^  eillb mqii-'tftips ifl .flic; Qila rivpr country.    l������.^-4>  All   were  sent  to  the  penitentiary   and    *~*  had bceii released,'save "Brooks, whoi OS'  ca'ped. ,'A   warrant,   indorsed   "dead   or  .alive," vap'placed hi Bell's hands for  ���������spi'vlcp. fie. located Brooks in.a s������''*-jn'  in Tucson nnil, wnlklasr *- -lloti,i0(1 h'ilu  that he wiu. ������.-;i4.r .ir,t,sL  - ...i.-ing glanced pntroni^higly upon Bell,  for he was fl fcot 2 in his st'������eking' feet  and  a  giant  in  stieugth.    Then  he  an-  nor.nced, "Soiiiiy, you't-e 'il have io  grow snnie." ' lie* had half turn-'d fnun  the bar as he spoke, aud Bell il d not  know that the moveiuent was s!:i--idiii'i  his hand its it crept tu hi.s pist-il. S -me  one in the saloon yelled a warn in;.;, an.l  instantly tliere ciiuie a shot.- Bhang ieel-  ed and then sank to the ihror^wilh a bullet through his abdomen. Bell had fired  through his coat pocket. The wound was  fatal, though it did not at once cause  Brooks to lose command over himself.-  Pulling himself together, the desperado  drew his weapon, which lay beneath him,  and was leveling it at Bell when ihe detective sent another bt'llei 'through his  pistol wrist, ending his ability to do  harm.    lie died a few hours later.  ' Though I*(*II did not know it at the  time, Brooks had two cnnipanionshi llie  town. Jack and Jim Styles. * brothers'.  They heard of the shootiuir and decided  to avenge the death of their pal. Later  in the day as Bell walked past a general  store, in the frontier town some one veiled". "Look out, Mr. Bell.'" Turiiim-'lilie  a flash, at the same lime drawing his re-  .volvei'. the detective saw Jim Styles oti  the opposite side of the stieet.     lie saw  Cull:.  d inferior  are 'always .busy!      Cheap  priiiting* costs the same as. good ������rintingv  therefore  prices are  why  the.  reasonable.  s*&.  Our  .-5  v in nee  of fine printing,'-write or call on us at on&e,,  4*f.   r^-  ~*fAf*  ��������� 4*s ?-t-  4*������ &  4*. **-  - j-. *��������� '  o*?i: *������.  *iij i*. ?.  f if: fT"  4*f������&  4������'������ 4������  ft.������ ti  ff*  ������������������ 4������J<������  jl ifc ^  ��������� T9*&  'fit'-'  ���������4**4"  fff'  we are never too busy "to attend to-all orders.^lf  fit ���������  4������.^  tH'  4*%& *  "?���������-  4*s>������  \-z-im  ���������j-'y-^'  Koatenay Tiaiiway &  e   Ma visa ilon  *ov  Limited.  FAMOUS  '.' IMPERIAL .'LIMITED  ';  smoke issue from Styles' weapon, and ft  bullet seined his'temple. Jim Styles continued shoot ing, his brother Jack, ou the  same side of the street with Bell, coming  to his assistance.  'One shot at Jim Styles laid lhat worthy  on the ground. Jack Styles gave a yell  of anger as he saw his brother fall a:nl  advanced toward Bell, tiring as he came.  The two men paused within ten paces of  each other, and there they emptied their  weapons. Bell had no knife, ami when  Styles saw this he gave a yell of triumph,  tossed his revolver from him and jumped  in with a bowie knife in his hand.  The two closed in upon each other. At  Styles' first slash of the knife Bell side  step'ped, though the point of the knife  Hindu a painful wound over his riirht  eyebrow. Another vicious; thrust he parried,' though the keen weapon laid open  h's left forearm, pierced his upper lip,  knocking out two front teeth. By thi3  time the two men weie upon the ground,  Bell beneath his a nl.-ironist. He heard  some one call his name and another moment felt soniethim: stiike his side.  Beaching out. his hand fell upon a pistol.  A sigh of, relief followed this discovery,  and he placed the weapon full agaii:-t  Styles' chest just as liie latter raised his  knife for a hist thtust. Bell pulled the  trigger and sent a bullet through bis  heart.  Both brothers lay dead, aud Cell faiut-  c-&HHli ioss Qt blood,  Fast Daily Service Between Atlantic and Paciflo.  l'irsl class sleepers on nil train-*. Tourist cars  ���������iii--- liovel-tnko daily Tor SI. l'.uil. I'Yidnys for  ;.i out real and llu-torr, .Surrd>rys& Wednesdays  for Toronto.  Improved connecting service to and from  Operating Xaslo & Slocan Ruilwo.y,  IirLeniation.il Navigation & Trading  Company.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Uoyu.1 Kail Liacs.  Clioasest Kouto to tlie Old Ccuntiy,  ALLAN LINE-From Montreal  Parisian    ...... . Aug. 2o  Sic-iliim    '                    *  Tunisian  *      *      ���������-  Nurrridiui)        *            ...  Corinthian   ?   ii*.  icp. J.  7  "    15  DOMINION LINE-Fi'cm 3Icntrc.il.  Schedule of Ti^.o���������Pacific Standard Time  ICiTec-LiveFcb. M, 1000. ,  Dominion .  Ciuiiln'oiinn  Vancouver -  Airs-vSo  Sep.   1  "    lo  Kaslo St Ciooan.  Iv/ay  LKAVKIi LINE-From Jl-jntrcal.  Passeiigor train for flaiultai and \Mvy ?���������  'eaves Ka-lo jiL f> a.m.:  ihuly, icluiniiig.  t a! ions  'eiue---  OOTBNAY COUNTRY  nu  i -i.'yian*.  ! Lio lv.  DAILY   TUA1N.S  ��������� Itcvcl>toke  ltcvelsluku  West  arn. 21.20  lv.2l.u-5  Tu and fium Koolciiay l-oinl-i.  San.lon al, 1.1-5 p.m., .u-riv.ni; ,U IviiSlo a.65 |..in.  J International Navigation and Trading  Company  Operating on Koot.ciiiiy Lake and I liver.  S.S. InTuuNaTI'inaI, leaves ICiislo for Xulsnn  at. ti a.ni. dariyexcepl- .Sunday; ret nrniiiK, leaves  NcNon nt. VM ]).nr., culling nt lialfonr, I Hot,  J>ay, Ainswortl*, end all way poinls; eoimecLs  wiiii S. Fr& N.Lrain to and from Spokane, at  Five Mile Point.   ,  Lardo-Duncan Division  A^rKIt  AldlKIlTA.  Rteainer Allierta leaves Ivirslo for bardo and  Argenta at SrliU p.m. Wednesdays.  Stcnmcrs call at principal liiridrngs  in   belli  directions, and aL oi.her points when signalled.  TickoU-sold to ail point* .in Canada and the  United states.  To  ascertain  rates   and   full    information,  add res--: ,  UODEKT IRVING,  La-he Superior  Lake Oiiltiriu  T-.Ioiafui'L  bake Cliiuiiulain  Luke JMeganlie '-  Aug.'.2  ;������������������  ���������������)  Sep. 7  ..    .._,  *'   10  PasseiiKcr.-* tiekejed  IhroiiKh lo ail ;-urt'-. of  Great. Hrilain and Irvlancl. and lU-'specially low  rates to all purls of  Lire Europuin coniiiient.'  Apply Lo ncareiL railway or .sieanisliip bccul or  lo  T.  W. EliADSKAV/.   Agent.  Itevelstclcc.  8 if  Jlaiiiiger, Kiihlo, I!. C.  :i.0')lv.  Revelstoke  arr, 21.00  P'-v -ntr's. ric-'-ofs. and full information apply  to A���������-ei,t. KcN^lsioke. or'  Se. j  COYLE,  A. G. P. A ,  Vancouver, B.C.  W.  ANDERSON.  T. P. A ,  Nelson, B. C.  Canadian Paoiiio Navigation Co. L'd  AIiASBTA   RGU'r?-.  Sleiuners for U'l'irn^el. .Inin-iiii and Skagway  1 iH-ii Vii.(ori.i  Every Wcrtnesday at G p.m.  ami Vancouver1  Every Tuursclay at 2 ������. is.  Si earners for Nor1! I.era  I'i'ilNli Cileinlii i port1"  le.-ive Vidnrla ain1 Vancouver weekly.  Itates, etc.. i n njipiieaiii-i' to  c. s. );a;*:T'-i.'.  Gen;::..' i'm.-i i f,( r A^i 1 t,  Vil-,|l;!'i|l,   !',. ('.  '    S.S. "Lardeau."  Kniinlnj^ between Arrowhead and Tlrnnson s  LandiiiK i.oinnieneiriK June lu, IthJU. will sail ,i������  iollow.-, (weather pennitling):  Leave Arrowlicnd for 'J'hcmstr.s Landing  and Coinaplix at 7k. daily.  Leave rhoin.-on's Landing and Coniaplix fri*  Arrowhead ni, 17k. daily, connect ing with all  O. P. J,. Lrain*. and boni>.  Tlie owners rc-erve the riylil to change V.r.u 6  of sailings uiiirorii notice.  THE FI IED liOIjIXtaON LUiMPEi: CO. I."J I).  F. ltOI-IN'SON,  Wnniij-iiiic j;;"n lKji*.  *3K*zs3Z������iL,r^r^r������K*!R������!Krcs  Highest Cash Pricp Pa'.cI for  X  ������-' Ti ^ f  &  fcr All .������������������liMiri!.'!..!-* a:  B "eniM .1^ Ui..\ nrr:\  H nirrci!.    1V!< i s in-'-  il holdim; ei'i.d-   ;i-i  U You   -Ii'immI !.(ep  tJ ;, on i-fct !;���������( in  i i 0  1 -i  e,  i" ;.;!'  J... |,  ���������.it'   !; . 1     K-  : |.>    '( I.1 I !���������  pi.-li liir.    :'  l"i- :i  11 -   .--  = ll\J    I.T  : i j: ���������  'H  ij  \-.  (I*.  - I  fi  fl  8  ii  \i'in:i;;'t-..' THE KOOTENAY MAIL  s^-^.^-^.^-^-.'^^.^-^.^^..^^.^-^.'^^.^  5*  | DO NOT FORGET  9  i\-  9  9.  if'  9  ���������fi-  ���������v  9  if  9.  -v-  9  a-  9.  lliat if  you want to get a  first class assortment of '  I  PERFUMES I  ��������� An announcement in the B, 0. Gazette states that on and after the 1st of  . October the place of registration of bills  Tof Siile'for that pait of Kootenay cov-  eiedbylhe Kevelstoke Hiding, shall  be at Revelstoke. <-.  9  $  9  /f  9.  $  9.  I  9  9  *f,  9  I  9,  WAETRS  BRUSHES OF  ALL KINDS  S  I  *  4  9.  I  9  V , fff-  ' and all toilet articles, g  Yo'u c;m get the very best if  at the . 'I  '' I  Canada Book & Drug Co |  ' 9  '$  ���������   I  for coming to Trail.   The bride's sister  is a resident, of this burg.  The celebrated Crow's Nest, Pass coal  mines located at Ferine and Michel are  working day and night, and tlie demands cannot be supplied. A large  shipment of the coal was sent to the  Great Northern railway recently.  Reve'slake   Station  The Kossland Liberal Association at  a meeting last Fiiday evening heortily  endorsed W. X, Chilliher, the.candidate  for Yale-Cariboo1. ' The association was  of the opinion that the choice of tlie convention was a happy one.  , J. 0. Merritt, of the Imperial Bank  staff here, left on Sunday night for  Vancouver to take a position in the  Imperial Bank iii that city. Mr. Merritt has been replaced by Mr. Byrnes  of the Imperial Bank at Vancouver.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  0       NOTICIO.  Seattle  Mineral  Claim,  situate in tire Revelstoke Mining Division of AVest, Kootenay.  ���������  "Where located, on Downie Creek.  Take notice that I. J. M. Keltic, free miner's  certificate No. R 15ol������7, intend (iO days from the  (bite hereof to apply to the Mining Recorder for  ii Certificate of Improvement,for Ihe purpose of  obtaining- a crown gi'iirit. of the above cloim.  And further lake notice that action under  .section 37 must, be'commenced before the issuance of such ccrlifialo of improvements.   ,  Dated this 2->iid day of August,, 1JI00.  "  '    ' J..M. KELLIE.  rPi^&i^&i-kZrPitdrVi-klr&i  DIED.  MuIntyui*;���������At Revelstoke, Sepf-Oth  Edwin'Francis, infant son of Frank  McJntyre, of Sainton Aim. .   .  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BBIEFS  The memorial service of little Eddy  Mc In tyre was conducted by Rev. S. , J.  Thompson on Sunday afternoon at 4  oclock at the home of Mrs.' R. Davis,  McKenzie five. A large number of  sympathizing friends were present.The  remains were shipped to Salmon ��������� Arm  on No. 1, for. internment. Rev. S. J.  Thompson and Mis. Davis accompanying the remains.  ��������� . Rf   A.   L'ppei   has received the  pointment its Provincial Constable.  ii p-  i\Irs..T. H. L. Taylor rettirnodfrotn'a  visit to ihe. coast on Saturdav.  Mr. Ed.  Carriith'.'rs, of Kelowna, is  . and   Mrs.   Carrutheis   in  town this week.   , '       .  visiting Di  , Mr. Thos. Mathie left.Saturday morning for Trail, to take a position."in the.  C. P. R. Shops there.'   '  Dr. McKcchnie who has been  reliev-  'ross here ltd'  Viincouvei last night  ing Dr. Cross here left, for his home  in  Mrs.   C.   II.  Archibald,  of  Vernon,  spent Sunday in the city on her way to  "CIreeiiwood. '  .  Special meetings will be held nt the  Salvation Army hall on Tuesday and  Wednesday of next week, Sept lllh  and 12th. The meetings will be Vd by  Major and Mrs. Margrave of Spokane,  the. newly appointed provincial officers  for, the Pacific Province. A coifee  .social will follow the, Tuesday night  1 r' <  meeting, admission 25cents children 15  cents. A .grand time is expected.  Come and hear Mrs Hargraye sing.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICK. ,     t  llardpan Mineral Claim, situate in (lie Revelstoke .Mining Division of West Kootenay.  .Where located, on Carries Creek.  Take not ice tli'iit I. J. M. Kellie,,free miner's  certificate No. H. ]jH!)7. intend, sixty d.-iys from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder' for a certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the  above 'claim,  And further take notice Hint, action, under  section 37, must, be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 2St,h day of July. 1WK). ,  , . J. M. KELLIE.  For Sale  o Our livery and freighting business  with stage line and'.mail contract in  connection, including 45 head of  horses, harness, saddles, stages, freight  wagons anfl"ore sleighs.  Any part of above sold  to suit purchaser.    For particulars apply to  CRAIG and HILLMAN,  "   Thomson's Landing, B. C, "  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.P. & A.M.  The regular meetings  are held in the Masonic Temple, bourne  Hall, on the third  Monday in each  month' at 8 p. in.  Visiting" brethren  cord iii ll-y welcomed.  II. J. PRATT Secretary. >  *      *     *V    ������       -v      ���������������      v      ^      v      *    T"    '������*     Tjr    ������ ,    ������      s*      ������"    "������*    "������'    "������r'     "V     v     "���������������?   "P"    "V    "������P"   "5*   "5"   "51"  %    Goods at Your Own Price,    f"  X .'.' ,.,.. ,. ,., . ~  ������ ftTrt  e4 25 Per Cent Reduction on <4  <w> Ice Cream Freevzers, Refrigerators, Water Cooler and Water (fa  (fa .    . Filters._Screen  Doors and Windows, Lawn Sprinklers, Coal  ^  Jv ' 0il Stoves. ' X  v&   .- ' ^  <|> All First Quality Goods:     Make a Note Of It. $  ���������^ "  " -..��������� ^.���������L...J.. .-r..^��������� , 'dp  I W.   M.   LAWRENCE, f  yip ' WU  ������g> HARDWARE       -       STOVES       -       TINWARE.   ,   ,������,  GREAT CLEARING SALE AT COST PRICE  FOR CASH ONLY  Flour, Wheat/ Shorts, Bran,.  '   Family Groceries & Farm Produce  Savage, Bros., Second Street.  "I  i  MAYN  FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS,    '   ���������'-���������'���������  ".  ^sf^sNOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC.  FIRST   STREET,   REVELSTOKE.  DRESS  , Mr. II. (>'. P.-uson, general nierclntnt  oi' (jolden, was a visitor to lhe>city this  week. ., '��������� i   ���������  The Cl.irn Mathos (Jo. gave'two p'er-  fornifinces on Saturday ,and Mond.-iy  evenings. On Saturday evening they  produced the langhitble three act c<iin-  edy "Why Smith Stayed Home," --niul  on Monday evening thatfarnon^diama  ���������'Hazel Kirke," followed' hy a social  dance, Lo which nearly all present remained and enjoyed immensely. The  co-npany Iet't'this morning for a tout  through Southern IvooLenav,  The EdiIh Miller (-d, concert, on Fri ���������  day night w ill he araie treat. Dont  misfit.  0 Sandy Mcl\ae and Dan Stearman  have, gone we������t on a shooting triji tu  Salmon Arm and Shnswnp.  Tom Down? went out,with a gang  Yen. Archdeacon Pentrenlh   cn:idn -  r. w  Led the services in St. Petei's Church  or-. Sunday. Rev" Di'. Paget, late Vicar  ot the church will he succeeded hy Rev.  (,'. A. ProcunitT, M: A.' who is at present located at Fort Steele. The Archdeacon left yesterday morning forKas-  lo to attend a meeting of the executive  of the Synod "of the Djocese of Kootenay. lie will vi=it several points in  I Southern1 Ivootonay before returning to  of i his home in Vancouver.  REVELSTOXE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  J<r^_*t^L/7������        Regular* inoctiiiRS arclrcld  -^S#BSh������b������&<   In Oddfellows' Hall every  >*M.<oW^SM^, ThriMday nishl at, eight  M^g^j^WJ'o'clock.   Arisiting brothers  '^&^S^p^ cordially welcomed. '     ���������  N. T. J5IJWAKD3. X.G.       J. A. STONE, Sec.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F."<  Meets every Tuesday  o.vorring in Oddfellows'  Hull at >8 o'clock.  Visiting brethren cor-'  diully invited to at-.-  tend.  II. HAXJJUJIY^X. G."  '      AV. JifATIIIE, Sac.  J".    IB.  Lord Clie.slei field 'was undoubtedly right wlmn he declared Iiis  belief that, most people formed some opinion of a man's sense and  character from his dress. The inclination to dress well is shown  by. the number who come here to be clothed. They come here  because .if our ability ,to give, them .the conecfc and "proper garments. They get the besl quali,ties,:=the Itedt triinniings^the  best work ; the best'fit that's to bh had.    Tliey get exclusi'veness.  biR:Ess"M:j^jsr,'  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.'    ?  ���������������  n. it  ATKIX8,  C. It.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  .     I..O. F,No. 3461.  Meets in tho Oddfellows  Hall on the second and  fourth Mondays of each  month. VisiLing brethren   invited  to  attend.  C. W. MITCHELL,  R. S.      '  A'.  H. HOLD! 15H  men   yesterdav   to   extend   the  Creek trail.  isaac  Militia. Orders.  We regret to announce the death  on! ��������� ','..���������  Mondav morninc. of Mr.-. B-rt Will-'l      A,! P^pP'-ty such ^ u.rifor.ns,acconl.  The funet-al will take place thi, ��������� ������������������"^ r.hes p.iuches.balfes.etc:. belong-  ! ini: to ->u. o Company n. M. JL must  ] be handed in to Capt- Taylor-and a re-  I ceipt obtained for ihe same,   not  later.  than Tuc.-sday Sept 11 lb.  !     TJii" will avoid trouble aa the In's.pect-,  insr Ofiicr-i* will he here  on   that, elate,  lams  afternoon al half past two o'clock.  Mr;*. SmyLhe'accompanied by two of,  her sous, Mr. Wentwoi th Smytbe ;ir,d  Mr. Wilfred Smythe left.Siuiday niorn*  inp; on a six month? visit to Kngland.  ^an  ANALYTICAL CIIJ'JJIIST AND  ASSAYBH.  Royal Sclrool of Jlincs, London.  Seven years at.JMorfa Works, Swansea.  Seventeen   years .Chief  Chemist  to AV  Coal and Iron Co., Kng.  Late Chemist and As-*aycr, Hall Jlincs. Ltd.  Every description-of assity  and  analytical  work nndei'talvcii.        .     ,   '  Claims examined and'reported upon.  .   REVELSTOKE, B.C.   ' 1  J.  W. CROSS, M.D.  Mis.-i Au-tin, of the Cash Ba/an, ie- ',  turned from a purchaMiitf Iripon beha.f i  of her firm at Toronto, on Tuet-day !.  night, ' j  when individuals will   or held   re<pon-  silrle for non-attendance to thiH   older.  ' The ladies of the IVe^livl-Ti.in (fhurc h  will give a dinneron Th.ink'-givin'; Day  iutheopera lu-u.-e. I'lirthi'i- p.nLicti-  Itirs will be i'iven later.  Mrs. Paget, Mi-s Mary and Ii I. Paget  left I his morning for Calgary, on a  visiL Lo Dr. Paget. Mrs Paget, w ill be  lUVilV fririllioill  two weeks.  The LntV fine* Not "VVnlt.  A Georgia judge in deciding a crtse  nt-'fiin.st a man who lmd been inissinij  for ninny year.s. then suddenly .nppenr-  ed .ind claimed part of an estate, made  111i������j comment: "I scarcely think the  sta!ufe of relations will ?(op and wait  for him any more than the village of  Frilling Waterx a wailed (lie awaken-  iiii: of Rip \'an Winkle or the wife of  lOriocli Ardcn awaited his return."���������In-,  cjinnapolis Press.  SUUGEOX TO THE C. P. It., CITY HEALTH  b-jwicisn,.'  Office: Taylor Bloek, Mackenzie Avenue.  In White.BIue, Pink & Green Tints.  Polished Brass Bedsteads  We   carry   a   full lino of  leading  patterns rangingiu pric(. f|-(M11  ,    *  $6oo to $e5-6o  circular  showing 10 best  Illustrate'  patterns, with   prices of  name, mailed  free to any address.  Complete  Furnishers,  Victoria, B. C.  limy be low but nobody sees it, but  it  your  clothes   are   shabby tliiit  VANCOUVER.  RATES   92.50   PER   DAY.  J  TARVEY &  J.  iMcUAUTKR  JJAI{ItIf5TKn.S, SOLICITOUS, ISTC. '  Ori-TOK.s :    JIolsoxij   Ha.vic   I'i/k:ic,   Hi;vi:i,-  S'l'Olvl-.,  Ii. (,'.  ,  Moiif'v lo loii'i.  Oflli.-i-s: |{cvi)I-,foke. 15. V���������; Korl, Sl.oele, IJ. C.  ('���������r.'i. S. AIcCvi-Trai, .1. A. 'Nakvkv,  /level-:tokf, I'.. C. Korl, Steele, /!. C.  The \V:nnip"g Daily tribune s;iy--,  "Mi-'s Miller i^ by .long oilih th" best  contralto .-.inger heard here for many  yeais, and cei tainly th*.: iihkI accoui-  ])li-hed vocali.-jt.  'J'he following from   the Trail   Cn-ek  News of f-jepl. Hi h may be inlerestin'g to  our readers: -\\*erliie.-dny  morning  al-  0:.'JO a ui.'i-iri.ige ceremotiy   ^v'ill   be  per  ��������� formed in St.   Andrew's   church,   Ji"V.  'W.illiat.!! (Jhirke. ofTiciaiing.   The  high  couti'dci.ing paiti''.-- are proinineiit and  well to do |,������eo|)le living in   H,cvelsl.oke,  Tlie well hiiown ivpuLaLion of  L������rolhcr  Clarke for tying niiplial knots wairen-  t'jd to ilickid one of Ihe- inducements I  AVorU  nnil 'Wnsceii.  Gadcrind���������1 ' shouldn't think you  rould afford to Innf so much. Your pay  1st not very liberal when you do work,  Philosopher���������That';n the reason t.'Ii.v  I can aflVird fo lie off so frequently.  ���������\\'lieu I lose a day, I don't lose much  money. It would be different if i was  working for big pay.���������Boston Tran  'script.  J51anl������:c<������.  In the reign of 1*1 ward UT there  were, eminent clothiers and woolen  weavers whoso (���������family naino wasf Blanket. They were the first persons To  manufacture that comfortable material  which has ever since been called by  their, name and which Yfjas then i������ed  for peasants' clothing. ,'.���������'.'.���������  WAH   CHANG,"  DliALRH   IX  Fancy Goods, Japanese and  Chinese Novelties and Silk  Goods, Bamboo Work, Ruttan  Chairs, and Crockery Ware, '  ALfit), ' i  Fruits and Confcctioncrv;'  Your Pocket-book  may be low bu  if your clothes    ,���������  settles it. nobody wants to know von.  . " Ludiesor Gents Tailor ]\Indo Clothea  repaired and cleaned in good mvle.  Call.or send post card. i  Samuel  Needham, Douglas St.  Established 13 years.  Strictly Union Labor Shop.  ".Cleanliness-  is next to Godliness.'.'  If you  Opposite ihe Pcsl Office,  ���������Front St. Revelstoke, B.C.  F. .BUEER,   Proprietor.  ..      -Phone. 43, I  BAU-ER & ASM'IOFT, '  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,  ,   j! '       MINING ENGINEERS!  ���������   ���������!'f.f'      "':��������� '    '-.-   ' : '������������������������������������ . . ,'��������� '���������    '.    ''  Surveyors'of Mines, Mineral-Claims- and Crown  Lnnds,  VANCOUVER,   D., C. a: '  want your scavenger  work clone in a clean and  economical' way send a  card to  FRANK SAUNDERS,  Revelstoke Station.  CKHTIKICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS. J )  NOTICK.  Alice. Alice I'raellcii, lioiiniiZ'i King. Crown  J oiirt. UJonceslcr. Last. Cl-irnce mineral  elninis. srliiiiled in the Itcvclsioke Miirinir  I)ivision of \Wsi Koolrnnv District. Where  located :   On Ground llu% I*hm*ii.  Tnkc notice that 1, Willinni A. Piuier, nrcr.L  i.'n'���������.,'��������� ^'''-i011- fl'<-'c I'liner'scei'liticnteXo. B  iiiS.'.. Fifink ^ on 111;, free miner's ocrlifinlo No.  ij 147fo. J. IT. Hon re. free ininerV certillcntc No.  H ii/flh intei'.d, sixty days from the date horaif,  to apply to th6 Jliniiif,' I'ecorder for* a Certifi-  cjntc of Improvements, for the ^purpose of oh-  taniint,' a Crown Grantof the above elaiins.  And fui-tlior take notice thnt action, under  section 37. 11111st he 'commenced before 'tho  Kssrifirice of such C'-rtiflcate of Iniprovemciits.  Dated this lJth day of June, 1900.   ���������,-... ,  Kllhmi A. BAVKK,- f

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