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 fl  i  >^  , Vy*^      J  ���������������v.&e99  FTTIBIDISBriEJID  TTJESZD-^IT .AJSTID   FIRIID.A.'y-.  f  ft  Vol. 7.-N6. 31  REVELSTOKE. B. G, SEPTEMBER 4, 1900.  $2.00 a Year.  66  LEADING   STORE.  ������  Regular Price $1;35, !;25, andL90c.  Sa:? "      190/806. and 60c.  ouses  Regular 75c, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00, & 2.50  50c,  60c, 90c,   1.25, & I.85  Sale  Regular $1.00, 130, 2.00,  Sale Price, 50a 90c, 1,50, .  ���������  X"   ' '������������������'.'      1 11  . Don't forget that, we keep Butteriek Patterns.  Late James Gill & Co.  Belts! Baits! Bis!  . Ladies' Ms  '.  AT-  Guv" Barber  j  THE JEWELLER'S  C.P.R. Watch IngpeqtQr,  braying   and 'delivering a specialty.  Tennis til ways  ready  at   shortest  notice. ��������� ��������� Contracts   for jobbing  ���������     taken.'   Agent for  B. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  He'll do it for you."  The Fred Robiflson  . Lumber Co. Limited,  iTIWBffggWn  ' ( II  On .-ind off it this ditto our prices foi  cut firewood will be us follows :  $1 per cord a/b Mill  $2     "     delivered.  Prices Cut for Cash.  Fred Robinson,Man aging Direct or  Wagons, Delivery Rigs,  4 * Buggies, Etc.,.  JAS, MCMAHON'S  ���������:o:���������   '  Blacksniithing and Woodwork  done on short notice.   -  Order.  Carriages   Built  to  For sewing machine supplies  'of all reputable makes apply to  J, W.'BENNETT,  representing'The Singer Mftg.  Co,. MacKcnzie Ave.  ELSTOKE  RESTAURANT,  Fii"-t street near Molsons Bunk.  Board by the week $4.50  Meals     ��������� ��������� 25c  Home mild-* Ill-pad, dikes nnil Pi������*s  for siih'i Open day and night. No  Chinese employed.  A. CO WHY, Proprietor.  Edison Standard  * . . Phonograph  - wiiii all Uio liid'St impi'nvcmchts will  hike Mini l1 jirivlneo n-cnrtls. complete  fnclmtilur. Houonliu*. Kuprwluccr, Hros*  ., Mom, Snpjililro SliUvihi,' Ktiifc*. Knr  Tubes. Citinuls Hair Hnisli. Oil ("nn. also  Olic-liiilf doxoii Ccconls and Books of  Instruction. "  PRICE   $25.00  ..;CHAS J. AMAN...  Th) Municlfal. Oouneil.  The cit./ c-<mint-il n it on Frid.-iy evening' as u -u.il, l here bring present: Aid.  Alir.ih.i ii-Jiui, acting mayor, McMahm>.  Goidoi, Newman at.d Kilpatrick.  Tin* time was, principally taken n-  with a i' "ly discussion on the watei  ii'1" 'x it .petition of' the tatepayer.4-  asking for the privilege of expressing  ihi'ir opinion on the matter through  the ballot box. The discussion lasted  for nearly two hours and terminated  with the followingiresolution:    <���������  Moved by Aid. Cilpatiick, seconded  hy Aid. Newman, thil't the tity clerk bi  uMi noted to* write the Revelstoke,  .WiiLiT, Light, and Power Co. asking  t'.iem if they would accept the amount  of Col. Tracy's valuation of their properly as tht purchase price.   Carried.  The petition from the ratepayers was  I lid over until some arrangement" "had  been come to between the. council and  the company. . .  ��������� The Public Works Committee presented' their ivpui't staling that the following contracts bad 1 een ' let for thi  'coiistrrti-ioh of sidewalks at 8 cents pel  fa Oil  oot:��������� '.  J:'L.tiler,  section's 5, 8 and 9; P  Agren, sections 3,1. and 6; A. Rebul-  .eiiecbe. -7; aiid  C. McCaity sections 1  aiid 2.   Th*-' repoi t was adopted.  ,. The Police Coinmissionets report re-  the reduction of the police force was  rtl.-o reriil and adopted. ,  , The'council'thei' adjourned.  al selections ti:*ii icceived the loudest  praise from' the whole house. Tin  ltevelstoke Guitar and Mandolin Club.  illhough it was their first nppearai.c<  ���������n the local boards', scored i\ decided  bit and wete eneored'repealedly.     i\Ir.  Watkins   in   his  comic   and   populai  WITH STRATHCONA HORSE.  it" "       ' "  An Interesting Letter from One of the  ' Revelstoke Confluent.  melodies was well received and whei.  be danced a sand jig to the music of a  guitar he brought down the house. Mi.  Donaldson's rendering of a stirring  Ifrish song also came in foi; its share ol  well merited praise. Messrs. Taylor.  Cook, Allum and .Sullivan rendered ;.  quartette, that was'lou'ldy applauded  ind with one moie selection from the  orchestra the musical part of the | ro-  {rannue was brought, to a close.    ���������  A negro sketch was the next item, in.  which a love' aifair brought- out ihe  chivahous spirits of two colored aspir-'  ants for lhe hand of a lady. Five  ounce gloves and Queensbury rules  were resorted to. ' Tbe fued was lliui-  amicably settled ,iuuch Lo the amusement of theaudience.     ��������� -  The closing of the program,.,was a  farce entitled "iYly Turn Next," nuclei  the management of Mr. T. Dunne. The  cast of characters was as follows :  .- Westminster Convention.  , The Liheral-Oonsei vntivc convention*  in session' Ht?"N*nv .Westminster ' laat  week I'tisBt'd :12 ret'olniions condemning  the Laurier' govVi'nment'niid'one laud;  itiny of'ihe Conseryalive'oppositiou'  ft was decided that only Federal questions be discussed.  * The following, wen; the officers elected :��������� Piesident, Uon. It. ..McBride;  ���������Westminister;' vice-president, lt.Reid,  Now ' Westminster ;* secretary, * J. C.  South, "Vahcouvei ;' treasurer, F. S.  Barnard. "  < Charles Wilsbni'Q.C., was mentioned  for'lead'er of the Con'sei vat.ive party in  British Columbia, and on a vote liping  Wken on the suggestion Mr. Wilson  Aas the. choice of the convention as  the paily standard-bearer.,  A vote of confidence in Sir Charles  flipper was unanimously carried.  A resoiuticiii "was introduced thai  iiereafter the'British   Columbia Con--*  .1- i,,      . !      w |  oeryativt'6 lie known as the.Conseiva-  tive party,-the\ word Liberal being  dropped. Many, were in favor of the  resolution,' hilt as the mover saw that  if In* pressed matters it would create  ill-feeling, lift*withdrew, it.  Kamloops aud Itev'el.Moke were men-  'Moiled as the next in������i ling places of  eon veil I ion and on a vote Uevelstoke  won hy three yoteB.  ' Tin* couvrnliiiii will he held the  second Thursday in October, 1001.  The deliberations of the Liberal-Con-  seivniivf coiiveiiiinii weie brought to  a close Frld/iv afternoon.  ���������     Mi^s Ed*:ar  Miss'li. Dunn  MUSIC, DRAMA AND DANCE.  The I. A. of M. Entertainment Well  Patronised.  The concert for the benefit of the C.  P. 11. employes who have been without work fiif st'iiiie time, as a consequence of the recent strike was attended by a large and apprcciativr  aiidieiici'* Gallery and pit were alil^e  crowded and those who were tilifortun-  ale enough to uitivh at the, Opera  Mouse late were compelled to report to  the second gallery in order to obtain  seats.  Tbe programing was admirably arranged, showing that the committee  had spared no pains to secure,the best  talent, lhat Revelstoke can afford) to  make a success of the.entertainment.  Several of the muubeis were necessarily cancelled but otherwise ihe concert  was a great success and does credit to  tin* promoters. The orchestra was in  the best condition and rendered suver*  Taraxicuni Twitters     -      C.'J. Wilks  Tim Bolus   - -       R. H. Sawyer  Tom Trapp 7 - - .G. E. Grogan  Farmer Whealsheaf - ,.T. Dunne  Lydia (Twitter's wife)  Cicely - -   -      -  Peggy -      -      Miss Nellie Dunne  Mr. Wilks In the leading role was an  admirable character and took the part  of Tar Twitters in a* most realistic  manner. Mi. Sawyer was also up to  his usual high standard of excellence  and kept the audience''in the best of  humor. Mr. Grogan' played his part  with faul ease and fieedom.th'at spi ke  well of his know ledge-of stagecraft.  Oi",the ladies, Miss Edgar pln'yed'wilh  a spuit and natural freedom that  makes her one of our besL amateurs  .-and'she. was ably supported by Miss  Helen Dunn. Miss Nellie ' Dunne-as  Peggy, the maid, made a decided ini-  prsssion on the audience .and is aii  actress of promise. ' The farce was  well played throughout and was appreciated'hy everybody who attended tl e  c incert.  After the programme was concluded  the floor was cleared for a sociable  dance which was heartily participated  in by the major ity of I hose present.  ��������� Calgary Industrial Exhibition.  In connection with this exhibition  the C. P: R. have announced a rate ot  ,������7.S0 Revelstoke to Calgary and return  tickets to be sold on Sept 11th to 15th  and good to return up to and including  16th.  As this is only about half the one way  fare there is no doubt but'that a large  number of our citizens will avail themselves of the cheap rate, to take in the  fair, which far'surpasses anything in  that line west of Winnipeg.  Thirteen Persons Killed.  Philadelphia, .September 2.���������Thii teen  persons killed and over lhirty'olh"i>  injured, is the appalling iccoid of i\  rear-end collision between an exclusion  .train and a milk train on th-*. Bethlehem launch oi the .Philadelphia iv.  Reading railway this morning at Hatfield, Pa., twenty-seven miles north of  this city.  The wrecked train consisted of ten  day coaches and was the first section ol  a large excursion train made up of people from Bethlehem, Allentovvn and  surrounding towns to Atlantic City.  This train carried only those persons  who lived in Bethlehem and Allentown  aud left the luncheon depot in 'Belhie*  hem at 0:U3a. in., exactly thirty-live  minutes behind Ihe milk train. The  littler train coiisi.-l.ed of two conches,  and had slopped atevery station on tin-  road from Bethlehem en route tu Philadelphia. At li-Ao the, milk train, drew  up at the .milk platform at Miilfield,  and in two minuted the special excursion train, running at the Kile, of  thirty-live miles .in hour, crashed into  theredr end of the milk train. The  locomotive plowed through the. two  passenger coaches and crushed Ihem as  if they were egg-shells. The milk car  immediately in front was also badly  wrecked. Four persons, Godfrey Kaolin, his (laughter Mamie, Harold Landis  and \Yilliam Blackburn, on the passenger ear of the milk train, were almost  instantly killed. Fortunately there  were very few persons on this train,  .  Nine miles North of Star.derlon,  July 2M, 1CIJ0.  Dear  Sir,-We  left  Standerlon   on  Juno' SOU*, Geneial   Clery   and   Lord  Dundonald in command.   Travelled in  a north west direction  about 3 miles ���������  from the.   railroad.     The first day we  went about 10 miles, no variat ions from  the  usual   trump  although  the Bo< is '  wen^rcpoi led   on  our right.      Had Io ,'  fight a<prairie lire  for four hours, veiy'  (pird woik. . ' '  July L-t.���������Strathcona   Horse were in  advance.     Wo had gone about (j miles  when  firing  was  heard'on our right. '  The Royal Artillery and ThoniycroftV  Mounted   Infantry   were   sent out to  support our right  flank.   --'The. Boers  were   located   in   a   Donga when the.  Royal Artillery opened fire and .shelled  them- out.     Trooper  Jenkins   of   B.    ���������  ���������Squadron, Strathcona Horse, was shot  here   while   going  up  a hill, I believe  from a haiise llyng   tlie white flag.    A  sergeant al.-o  bad his horse shot under  him. -   However the Boers'cleaied"but.,  kept on sniping at our rear the balance  of tlie day.. ' * -,'  July   2nd.���������Wo   reached ' Gn-yling  Stad, north west uf���������Standerton, on the.  railroad. ' The Boers were seen flying  i.i all-directions as we advanced. We.  camped here next day.,     0   squadron  were sunt out*oh  patrol, they encoun-  tei ed several bodies of Boers, but none  of our fellows were,  hit although a oec- ,  tion  ot  nien'cduiposed of Skene, Par*;  ham rand   .Swinburne,   weie   shot   at.  Skeiiij'was deliberately  shot at Irom a- .  house Hying ii white Hag   but .missed.  Th.1 boys"shot back wounding oiui inf  both arms.    Several small bodies were" -'  seen aior.nd here but no fatalities weie  repotted.,,   A part of C squadron,11, 2  and 3 troops  were sent back fronrdiere    ���������  to Washout Spruitt.   They had a crack  at the Boot* here' losing one man, Corporal Lee, shot in  the .stomach hy-an  explosive bullet., T. Dunn alongside of  him   jerked1 up his horse when it received five bullets  in it's head" and one  in its body. ��������� The Boers captured Dunn  aud took his arms.     One. of them was  going to  blow out his (Dunn's) brains,,  when another Boer stopped him,' they  then let him go.   Four men of .'i'fioop   *"'  stood off 13 Boers, killing 7.     Captain  Howard and Trooper Hobson were cap-   ���������  tuied   where Jenkins   was   killed.   A  Squadron lost five men   captured   at-  Greyling S*:ad and one_wounded, and.  four captured at Washout Spruitt. We  were   doing patrol duty between this  date,  nnd   July   17th. when we. joined  General Clery and  the   next day the,,  whole   camp   moved   to ,a   position 0  miles   north   of  Standei ton   (lost one  and two wounded of K. R. R. on trip),  camping here ou  10th inst.-  We leave  here   to-morrow for  Bethel, 21 miles  north of Standei toii���������tlie Boers base of  supplies.     Will drop ynu a line how  the, Iloels light biter.    Yours, etc.,  It. J. McCuixouoh.  Preparing1 for Flight.  Krugerand  Pretoria, Sept. 2.���������Mr.  Mr. Steyu havi- gone lo Barber!on.  It is believed that they are preparing  for (light. The, general opinion is that  the war i.s now very ur-ar tlie. end, but  isluuld the Boers construct stuuigholds  in tho hush or elsewhere and beg'u u  system oE raids tlio British would re-  quiro further  largo supplies of HvirsiV.  Uiiiicral Duller moved fourteen milts  northwest along, tin; Lydeuburg roi.d  and crossod Crocodile river to Bad*  fuhlRin. He found the Boers concentrating in tho Crocodile mountains.  London, Sept. 2.���������It is reported  that Lord Roberts has issued a proclamation formally ^annexing the Transvaal to the dominions of the British  crown. General Christian J)ewet,  according to the Daily Mail's Capetown advices is reported lo have  appeared again along the railway near  Wyubeig road, o
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t L Jj~3lj,\  J   .    bl'i!    t.    -1,    l.J'i.'J.
TJ{'-''f-vers, of I he liei.p'e of fl 11i-. j>��n-
vince are tinned un j'evelstoke and
the. electors await' v\ ii!) e.igernesa the
result of the doliherar'ons i f, the'Lib
eral Convention which convenes here
.tomorrow.' At this convention the
LiheraL-istandard hearer for this the
greatest constituency in the Dominion
of Ciuiada^-tliat of Yale-Cai ihoo-
Kootcnay���vvill be chosen. Delegates
will be line, from each   of' tlio Proviu
establishment is busy, so much so that
mills uud factories aie being operated
to their utmost  capacity, with   orders
for   months   in   advance.      As it is in
the industrial and manufacturing lines,
so, too,   in  agricultural and stock rais
ing circles.    Not since the days of the
Crimean   war���from  185-1  to   1S56 ���
have the   farmers of   Canada   been so
prosperous   as ''since the   advent   to
power of   the  Liberal party.     .Never
before iii   Canada   has   money been so
abundant as  at   present, or  as   it lias
been so abundant as   al present, as it
has been for the past   few years.    The
rales   of  interest"} on  desirable invest
incuts, such   as ' loans  on   productive,
properties  have   never  been so low a.-
iiiiw.     Fanners  and   hoi rowers genet
���illy have I Men paying ofl' and redncir-p
their   indebtedness   at 'a''ratio linpai
alleled   in   lhe. history of   the coent i v.
Capital    is    seeking   iiivcMinoiit ' vv iih
greater confidence, and   in   larger rums
than    hitheitu   "expciieneed,   and   at
rates of' interest which some years ago
would be   considered   simply ruinou-*
The prevailing  rates then ranged from
seven to te-i per cent,'according to'tln
security offered,    lit British Columbii.
one per cent ppr mouth vvas the avei-
a��e   rate.   ,fNow,   if  the    secuiity   is
considered to be gill-edged, large sums
ciiil elociornldihiiiciGwiiiiprispilJn^his^jj..,,, )'l(i borrowed at rates ranging ficii'
great  Federal', riding' and the convention v\ill he a ino.st. lepicsenlsitive one.
tour to six per cent���seven being con-
sidered'as   the   outside rate for fairh
safe-loans.-    There is no barometer m
Jt vvill also be  the'last   of il.-, kind a-t
before mother eleiti n tones roiul
- the great constituency of Ya'e Cariboo*
Kootenay vvill   be a thing of   the past.
*    Many of   the delegates vvill be pres
eiit'v.wiih   inst ructions  If)  suppoitthe
re-nomination of   IMiT 1Jt;witL Boslouk,
but as that  gentleman   has 'definitely
decided not to a^ain contest this riding it   will 'be   neceas-try  ,to look else-
where for a'candidatc.    Several names
have been   mentioned   as aspirants for
the posit ion,.but who the noniii.ee vvill
'he-is   a   matter 'of much .speculation.
Whoever may bo  the. choice,'however,
must first be a local man ��� that is'a
��� resident in .the constituencv-���and   one
whose  interests  are  closely identified
with the p.rogiess and   welfaic of   this I Cl[f.s the
part uf'lhe Dominion.      He must have | js m;l]<iii<->'
.a knowledgivnotonlyof the imnicdiateJ ..^ourc Jaie'heinc; developed,^nd  th.
��� locality   which   he   N  associated with,
Far cTovrn the lane
A window pane
Shines mid tlie trees through ni���ht and rain;
Tlie weeds are dense
Through which a fence
i   Sprawls out, one sees not where nor whence,
And there the springhouse, indistinct of line,
O'er roofed and tangled with a trumpet vine.
^7o thing is heard,
No beast or bird;
Only the iain by which are stirred. ���
The draining leaves '
And trickling caves
Of crib and barn one scarce perceives,
And gardens where old fashioned flow'ra hang
The phlox, the candytuft and mignonette.
, Why should I wait? X. .   ;"~
The hour is rate; ' i
She has not hc.iid me at the gate.      ,      ,' ���
Upon the loot '       ��� ���
' Tire rain was proof
Againpt my horse's hurrying hoof,
And  when  the old  gate  with-its weight and
.. Creaks she will think It but the wind and rain.
Along I steal   -
, With cautions heel
And by the lamp lit window kneel, ,,
And there s-lio si Is
And mrUa and knits
VVilliin lire shadowy liylrt that flits
,, On face ancl hair, fo sweclly sad and gray,
.Dreaming of him she thinks is far away.
Upon my-cheeks
Is it the streaks
Of rain, as now tlie old potch creaks        "s,.,
I.cncnlli my 'stride?
And open wide
Tho door (lings, and she's at my side.
Dear mother!   And, back from tiro war, her boy
Kisses tier face all streaming wot with joy.
���Madison C.iwcin in Harper's Bazar.
"Targe  and well  lighted
I SAMPLE ROOMS.   Heated by
"^<^S> hot air and electric '"'bells an
light in every room.   Free Lus meet.* fl
trains. , ,
Nigbt Grill I.'com in connection for the
cdiivenicnce of gue.its arriving and de-
narting byniKht trains. ] 1 onrly street
car between hotel and station.
PROP'S. . -
,   i
j\Yv\fy Imili. *     Thai class
in   every   resjieet;
? A QUESTION      ��� , ��
ifih.-iolc ;i.s   canital, winch   is   as sensitive   as   the   coyest of   iii-iklens, and
vvhilf' there, may he, and doubtless arc,
,a few localities in tho country where a
cttiiscrviitivo policy is heinjj urL'cd and
pursued 'l-y    nioiiotary      institution.--'',
there, is', throughout tin; whole Dominion, iifetiliii'' of buoyaiic'V and coni'mer-
uinl    piVisperiiy    which    i.s univeisallv,
conceded lo   he  exceedingly favorab!<
to Liberal Cuvei nnicnt and its general
policy.      Tin.'    ii!ioniiouss=& pxpansion
wlrieli lias r.ihen  pluve/in   l.ho trade; (I
tliw .Dominion, and   which 'all   classes
admit   to   be.   I.lively due to tho wise
pmgi*e>>si.ve' policy of  lhe. Liberal-*, ii
t.'"u: most   unniistaksihle   ni-'uiner   indi-
out.vviiid s'.i i.ie.i' our count!y
Tho manner in whi h ot.r
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Newly Built.
Lighted by Electricity
8  I li
but of  the coiis:iliieti(.'V at
ji\'.', the v ist .sums winch
must   ho ,a man of  abilitv, cm, a>*!e nf j\.m;(.ci 'in uf.a:s,lll.v.   puhliu w,,rks. i* .'
��� it t.'i.Kati'i'm retlucej, niitwitlist-iiir*-
making him-'elf huaul in the Ht)tihe.
and of making knuvvn tluv wants of
otlie, j.rnple ho I'ejii'e.v'nK. Last, hnt
not least ho mus^ be a man of unoiu*.--
lijiicd r.ilieial principle.-*, ft vvntild, w
a i;reat advanlaiie.'it a m.-ui could be ���
selected wiu> has' had -oiih* p.u li.iiueii-
tary experience, bntahat nii^f.t iifit be
pro>"*)ihle in  u conslit,i;i*ijcv mic'm ,i> liii^'.
les'i'r   o
vv ise
���it, pniijie--
sive    le^'i-; it mm  which    the    Liberal'
\ l i
;i:^t'd vv Idle i;i <>pp.i*-ii i-ni, and ;ifU"
;:t l.tlnim; power h^t-ii'i lime,in e(irrv-
i��i^ into '-ilect. While (h"iv m ly be
;i few* ,;iil"i;'*d Lii;er.rK 'wlu) arc not
s.ii ;-:!<-d with all that has bociraehinv-
i',;l -,-s*o!i :���, cia>'-". !i!;t: the poor, are'��l
,iv*:. v. iii* ii-:���nevertheless, when the
The task of contesting this et-n-titu-    i ,J, (ji !);iU}, ;iniuis i!lf,v wijl llPsilaL(
ency is a pi^antsejine aiid th" ii'iulinee
of the com enrion imi>; h.v.t ;h" hwii tv
support of the entiie Liber.il e!e,'lur.
of   Yale 0-ii'i'no(!-!'.ff(H:ten',v.
n >t I e p'Asi ,ie f..;    hii'i
'> in
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i,ef'-ff :inrl:iri'_' their ballots for the
cmdidate*:, of a frarty wijich^durii i<
the iir.i'.v yp^is it -was in power, (]',d
ivd .'i.M.nip'ivh a tithe, fur tin: wt-lfurr
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city -It.mid (������.X'.'sd a !i.'.n;y lU inint.-. '
lie ieli-'i.d result i ai'-' lni.nid to in cni" ,
from tlio intercoiir-c het'.vsen lhe b:i,-i- :
nr.ss iiien of l!cv Istokc find Cnw-r ol' ',
utlier eilit-, in Ibis ^iea( tilling, .-��� i,> 1 it .
,f)0-J cili/:en j Tor,r.;ors for n. Uconce to Cut Ti
a       fit   "~W"S
will bo the fluty nf ewi
iiTfsprr-iiv e   nf   puliti -,-d
iii;im:   the
jfnjrn  of   the   visiiois   in
this city '.s pif��i--:.in;. ;is possible.
Tin; fiutiook fur ihe i otoiithm uf the
Lainiei iidimiii-; r.it ifi:i in puvvi-r at,
the .ijipi-u idling Jw'.ifr.il efo.-iiiMi is fix
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From one end of  (J.mad,i   In the oilier
every   itidu-.li ial   anil
on DcminJon Lands in the Province of=H5ritish Columbia.
QI''..\r,K!) YKNDKfl.S afldrc-^-d lo Mrc itnd'-r.
i )   -iyned aii'l inai'Iti'd nn tlm ' IiV'-1(i;ic "Teii
(!'"!'.ii- Timb'T I!"i*i'i -Ji'.i," tu lw opencl on Hi
".'HIi day uf Sciitcmlii-r n-\t.  will 'uc r-fioived ,i
h'i-i   i>'>|Mi'ini"nt   until   noim   on Af m I,iy ii,
".'H'i uf ;.c nl en! Ii.-r. i;iiii, f',-,- ;i (i c'-ji-.'1 in ."in i in
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'i'fic re cu riti'ui-: ii'idi'r w liieb' ,-i l:,-''ii-,r. will '
l--'i" ! 'n iv lie u'll.ini i|  ,1,1   lim  Ji"|Hrl,rii"irt
HIJI.'* (���(:;.���(��� uf tl',- Cruv, n 'j'uiibcr Af',enl nt .V
i Wi ������', ''lin-ji'i',
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! ,i '.'c|iii il <'b"i|ii" fill |i Vliarrci-.-d   i;,in!/ in !,u
( I'  ll.-" I) 'ji liv of  |i,<; Minis!' I' of  rlri' fill 'ii'
fur tin- ,i|ii'ii'irl ut' ll'c lioii'is wliii-li  tli(������ ��iy>i<
':-i'il i   ;.ri'|i ir ���! in |, iv for' n liccii-c.
Xn l"ii,kv by ifb :;.m jdi .vill b,; i nlerl.i 'nf (I
i)c|i|irli!ieiit fd (|ii> Interior,
Ottawa, l'UUi Auyiiot, 1'JOU.
Young   Clancy   Bowen   brought   to
Sew York from his western home a
, life equipment of so much-energy, combined with the unshakable belief that
it wns easy enough to "do things" if
you only "got clown ou your four legs-
ami exorcised," that his friends, both
new and old, expect a great deal'of-
him.  T>nt they are yet awhile no nearer dropping the objectionable introduction lo his'name than ilio.y were three
years ago, when Howou had no bolter
sense than lo spend a week of his pro-
feious time in the attempt, 'according to
a' promise, lo collect" ah old nnd outlawed debt from a vanishing person lu
the east for the benefit of some oiiG.."at
home."   Then and always they called
him "young." -Only this winter he had'
an experience which should have boon
formative.    Jt plunped hihi, perhaps,"
but he awoke unchanged. " "  "
Rowen's brother, a soldier in the regular army, went to the front in, 1898.
The stay at home, however, bore a
heavier burden of the distresses of the
campaign in Cuba than the 'one who
saw the battles. When he rend in the
uewspnpors that the army wns keenly
suffering for food while whole shipfuls
of ^stores remained untapped at anchor
a few-miles off the beach, the young
man seethed with pent up irritation-
pent up until he had finished a scrap of
���breakfast at his boardingdiouse, where
there was no one but the landlady,"and
she deaf, and found tlie ear of an acquaintance clown town.
"Sny, what good are those generals?
They ain't tit to be pitching hay! Sny,
I'd get a rope on to every'Vno of those
ships, one by one,, nnd haul 'cm up on
shore, and I'd.clump 'em out and fill up.
the' bra,v,Q ' fellows fighting for thei-r
country till they was gorged!"   "'
"You couldn't do that, or anything,
���not if you vvas a general,'.''' said the
other. "Red tape." lie repented tlio
last words decisively.   "Hod tnpe!"
"I'd ravel It all out!" cried Clancy
and hurried off. That was the man;
fhi-i i.s tlie simple experience:
The brother crime back from the war
not a biL (he'Vonfe either for the I'nst-
iii.,' fir Hid lighting, but (he clianco of
ni my life did mil. bring iiim within
finch of Clancy's arms for more than
,a year. Then, after fveryHiing, el.s;e
had been 'snid, ,lhe soldier lot fall lift:
Information that he bad been obliged
to leave lilrf extra cjolhing, .logethor
with in<���.-���.I of bin worldly goods, at (he
barracks in California when he was ordered (o (he front nini regretfully wished he had them now.
"Where did you put the .tilings?"
asked Clancy, alive at once, ready (o
take charge of (he matter of getting
them back.
"Captain told mo to pack'in.v fluff in
my company locker, and I did-No. (!."i.
Bonloia barracks, Kecond infantry
storehouse," rattled off the .soldier.
"Well, all wc have lo do i.s lo write
out to the man, tlio janitor, or what
you call 'em, who keeps cure of tne
buildi.ng, find a.-ik him to send your
dud.s aloni,'-eh, as you have need of
'oin here.   I'll fix It uj) for you."
"1 dunrio," said (he other hesitatingly; "that wouldn't be quite rigid, you
writing tlio idler ;wi>! all. I'd bettor
ask my captain lo write. He'll '.say
'communicate' to the chap's out west.
Then It'll all bo reg'lar."
��� " '      ' ' i ..   '
(Tu be eimtiiiiiid.)
Best Brands of '
Wines, Liquors and
J. A. Stone,'' Proprietor
Rates, $i per,clay. . ... ..... .
Klec'tric lighted, fiirn7ice"hqatecl
Newly btii't a'r.d' fwrnishctl,, ( .
Finest." and  best supplied  bar
in the city
Cor; Front ancrBenson Streets, Reyeistpke; B:Cr-
lf|     FurniUire and Undertaking
J.b '"Rapalrfng & UphQJstcfing Done.
Warehouse in eonniVt idirTi'or slnrajrc nf .I'nniily wind nll-icr !;r,i idnn'f,   ,
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. - ffloLsnaan, MeFeely -& Company, Limitei
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Iron,   St'-u'l,   Class, . Paints,. Oils,    kintals   Stoves,   Tinware,   Gnus, etc., etc
AVE .MAKE A SPECIALTY  OF SUPPLIES for Mines, Mills, Blacksmiths'
lliiilwiinls,'Cuiitraeturs, Lmiibf-rin^n, eto.   "Agents fur : - ���   '
tiinnt, Pir.vflfir fo.      ,l<\ilWiiiiil*"s SciiIch.      llciinclt's Eii^linli Kiiso.      M.ijcslic
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Wi' nrc. M.'iiinl'acliii'ci^ 'nnd ilircct Inijxxl.-is, ,-nul enrrv ;i hii-p-i* slurk fif
I'liliniffs. |',iinnici'��, b'iri'Clay i^niuls. .Sci.-nl ilic (ind Pr-.ic! ir-il Books Cbissvv ;irc,
Pin l.i n n in LCoi.ifls.Acid.-.tyhciiiiriiNiinflnllolhf'i'AsHiiyfr'.sund Miner's reqiriii'iiifn Is
Solf Agents lor iMmgnii Crncililc Conipanl,'Bulti'rson, Jji-cLit Sons' Bnl-
fllK'I'S,   Olf.
('iiliilo-jfiif nnd full piu'l-ifiiliii's sent on nppliciilinn.
~ Z ��� IncorpornU'd bv m-l. ol". I'.-uli.-iiiicnL 1855.
Wm. iloi.80N M.\ijJMinnsnN.;j>i'i.s.       S. II. Rwixo, Vicc-Pres,
%  ..Iajiks Elliot, Gwicral Manager
PAID UP CAPITAL       *      - \ $2,1^0,000
resi-:rve . ���   - . ....      ,,850,000
KCiifirfil biuikin;; Iiumiios.s (nuisidcl.   Ji)l,ci'(.'slullov\cfI on dd'osits at current nilcH,
J. D. MOLSON, Blanager.
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'Xfe|illoii,illy slviisli M.'id vvdl-piK-lniiet her suit of elol he*-*. Tbe <iff;ivit)f,
nny be a wediiintr. :i reception, a {iinriiev or sunn* nl her impf��-f ,,���'<
iiiiciiim.   'iiim is ihe'ii,',,,. (,, .'u-oii'l ;��� cbauce fit.    That, is ihiMi'n'.e
I...<��� 1. .ill  /.( l..,.._.    1 ,,,.--,.,. 1 I I ... .       . ��� 1 nil..
above nil oilier--. In ^ive (];,. ordi*r lo nie.
R. S, WILSON, The Tailor. &  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  -r-5-t������-a'S'������'@-l>-������-*-������'������'8������'8-@-o-������<������.������-..@.������.@...*pi  Summer Romance  In a City.  i e*8'������'''������"G"<="0*"������rt-<:*S'9'-S"iS'������-S'-*������-'"d  ^(Continued.)  Shu began to think- If "that wore so,  why should ho not find it near her?  IJer vanity vvas piqued, and Ralston,  being n good (acticiau, tried to follow  i:p his advantage. ���������  ���������  "Of course, Miss .Marbury, I am not  In f'-ainStonovv's confidence."  l'i:t it tabes a very wise ninn to head  oft"   (lie  sudden   I urns of n   fenilniue  li'.'iii* of l bought, and  his words had  .just tlio opposite'effect -to that lie had  Iniiv.idul.  She raid Impulsively: "Xo; ifjon had  his confidence, you would prob'ably'tell  inn more."  Tl;e nc.'-t i*;i!*:*H*iit she regretted her  ��������� ii!*|):ii:'fV',*:*',*.--s. fr:r il wns-iin P-'ii'^Jj^^*'"  p-diey' openly to :*.i;iiiirrTiTixT'~"!?]h)~unTir  '   she had i\\c.;v fully made tip her mind  V-s to which of these int'i]���������  Well, the filing was to repair her mis-,  take-    . f .   .  "Vr>u inl.'������ '*>r- ion seriously, Mr. Hnl-  ston.    YoirUnov,, vvoiiien must not ho  ' interpreted too literally."  - Italsion was far from being inclined  to,take tho se.\ too seriously, but It.  wns ns well that women, for (heir own  pence of mind, should think otherwise.  jt-Ic took his cue from'her aud answered, with another laugh;  ���������'If' would upset nny one's'scrlousness  to think of Sam Storrow installed over,  on the east side in a tenement and go-  lug to Tompkins square on baiid nights  In search of ihe romance of the slums." '  "Js that really true?'1      ���������  ,        ���������  "Yps; be ha.s boon seeu there."  -IBy wbmn?"   The words escaped her-  before she could obey'au'Intuition to  keep them back.   ., , . .  "You would upi have me betray con*  (klor.ces?" lie rejoined.  She'began to think she had been nri-  ' 'just to him, and when ho came aud  stood close io her she did'uot push her  chair away, nor .when ho picked up her  fan from.the next chair, where she had  ', thrown it,'did she make any sign of  disapproval,' and so it vvas natural that  he should presently occupy the.chair  ; the fan had vacated.  ... ���������'After qlj,"' lie  reflected, ,"-y.au caii  1 b.r.ing hny ci' these women round if you  only go tlie right way about it." '  ,,  'Arnicas for her, she had veered'b{\Q|*j  to tlie pit}, point of vlpvv���������that as bo-  jwecn the two men oiio had shown hla  devotion by his presence, whereas the  other had 'found a superior attraction  elsewhere., (. ���������        -.   ,  '���������]( | tjipiight-you conid-bejrqjvany  ponfidonce, .Mr. Ualston," she said now  in belated answer to his last query, "I  slioiild not- want ever to sop you again."  lie knew what she niPiV.H v-'cI!  (Miouyh; for. like herself, he was think/  jug of how vovy near (o victory he luul  been not longer ago than last night on  'this same veranda.  ' Somehow it seemed to have .grown  darker. The song of the'pines swelled  Into a stronger chorus, and there was  a deeper, more sullen, note in the distant booming of the surf.  They vypro.standing together now on  the oi\go of the veranda, and he had  ,taken her hand without any protest on  her'part:'   lie hipfLdrawn  hpr-gently  1 nnd gradually around, so that she wits  half facing liiin novy, find ,li|s other  hrm, wbipb, embraced the posfof the  piazza at her loft!' was ready to ouci.r:  cle her neck,, the moment bis Instinct  should tell him it was safe to make, tho  attempt.  ".\Iiss0Mn/lge," he .whispered Into her  very ear. "say that' you believe mo  worthy of all your confidence." ,  . "It -was the last ditch, and there was  plainly n struggle going on within her,  for in spile'*)!' the cool Maine night,lie'r  hliu'il coursed so fast that it wns a race  between her heart and pulse beats.  Uis purely animal instinct, warned  hiiir'that she war, winning a victory  this time over herself and over him,  nnd as be tightened his hold upon her  hand and lei his buixl drop from the  piazza |lost across hei* shoulder she  gave ii i-ort of'gasp, wrenched herself  free from him and darted. into the  house through  the open  French wiu-  ��������� (low.     .    '  * ������.        * it * *        ���������  Tlie band was playing in. Tompkins  ���������square to the motley east side audience who had poured out from the  reeking rooms of torrid tenements as  well ns from homes of comparative  comfort. Decent poverty, squalid need,  relative wealth, rubbed shoulders here  upon a ground of common equality.  But in a remote corner of the square  the electric lighi played with a rather  weird riVect mmn the strangely determined face of a woiunii-a refined looking. h!;;h bred wuimin, cleat ly not in  loiich wlt.h Iter suVrotilidbigM. Beside  her :-'.'il Mm in Ml arrow, his eyes iip.m the  ground. Mid bis companion vvas keen*  ly alert, mid prerenlly. when she saw  iihothei' woman approaching. nlie waited  until 'she  uu.timl .Miyrruw givy .i  surprised start of recognition, and then  she arose and spoke to the newcomer.  "Miss Marbury," she said, "when I  sent you that anonymous letter to, Bar  Harbor I believed I,could reach your  heart, although I had never seen you.  I brought you here' to open your eye3.  ���������A week ago Mr. IJalph IJalstou, walking with me across the square, pointed  out Mr. Storrow, whom I did not knorr.,  'Storrow,' said he in his usual 'flippant  way and as if it were the best joke in  the world, Ms slumming for romance  this summer in town. Get acquainted  with him and show Iiim the tender romance of the slums.' I am one of a  university settlement party living  among the east' side tenements, and I  got acquainted with Mr. Storrow and'  with'liis story from his own lips.  "Miss Marbury, to Ralph Ualston's  propensity for lickle flirtation I ow  my romance and its loss. Now it is my  turn, and my resolve to spoil Unlph  Ualston's romance Is no stronger than  my resolve that you shall benefit by  my- experience. Miss Marbury, l'nin  net a man hater, but I still trust I,  shall never he less than a' woman, and,  my revenge upon Ihilston vvill be  sweeter'if 1 Kiiolv~tiinryou have found-  your roumtice In or.i? who is worthy of.  you."     ;  She glanced at Storrow, who sat  there dunifounded, while the incandescent globe, glowing'with a fitfill r������ldl-  ' ance, illumined the (lush of triumph on  one woman's ('{ice, on the other's the  first dawning of 'the truth.���������Chicago  News. ' ' .  Righting; a Wroner.   '  '"'Dobber (the artist)���������I have called.  Mr. Gotcash, to make a confession to  which I am driven by the pangs of a  gnawing conscience. 1 grossly deceived you in regard to thftt pasjqral picture .-you purohnseU .from' me tvvo  nionfbs ago,.  Old Ctotqish������������������Did, hey? How, may 1  ask? '   i  Dobber���������Those blotches Id the fore-  ���������ground of? the painting���������you spoke of  them as gooseberry bushes. Mr. Got-  ehsli,'!���������I cannot conceal the truth any  longer. They are cows!���������Loudon, Answers. c   '  44-*M*##������-#������^  ^'i^rPi'k--P;'^ri?i'ferft'ferB>;'^r5i'^r6������;'ferft'-s*-^'fer^!      &&&'&ft'&&'&ft^X'kh&}t2r&kk-' ���������-.,.-,,;  j   *   e   ������   t  t   *  *   ������   ������   *   ������  *   !>   ������  *   *  ������   ������   *  *   6   *   f  ���������*   ������   ';    ������-,-   ���������      -   "     -    -  ���������5*  .'".-^.\Z-  1.     ^-      v-      -v      ������r      ^r      -.      ������������������������       t  J41  6   '*  95^  t  'trr   *>  f|^  '.' ���������'. i."^  t it- *  ^Si ''���������    ���������}  *?$*&  't y  'i  X *  ���������i' fr'    J.  %'>\-' '���������  f?4'  <& &i  ^ ���������   ti  ^  Tl//  W1p<  r,t,      i*r>   .  I-i      .'������������������/'  S3  0  H  0?  Ti  \pr-  '^ *,. Zl z"j i  .lzzz.rr  ' ;.*.TF'  ft*  ���������t,((<:  i'  y  Ia  XT  ���������: 91 '���������sl 5     ' ������ f  1  /d  .*f������  I  ������..-. ���������>  K-  ^  4***1*  A Little MiKtnke.  A very pretty girl, with a decided  air of being aware of her charms, stood  in front of the lion's, cage out ���������>������ \M  zoo last Sunday after-noon. Two young  men wore near her, and her elaborate  unconsciousness of their presence betrayed the fact that she knew.thpy'  were looking at her, '   ���������  'T'TttJ',  iaa't ItV'-'-.caid-one young;  man in a .low voice.       ,  "She's a beauty," said the other enthusiastically. The pretty girl's cheeks  turned a trifJp pinker, but she went on  {{liking elegantly to the elderly man.  with her.      , ' ��������� .-  "Beautiful head to draw," commented the first young man. --T-ooU at the1  way jslip 1'old.a !t-"    '        ,  '  "Urn, hum," assented tho other; "that  shoulders beautiful." '  The pretty, girl turned pinker still  and looked more pronouncedi* unconscious than ever.  "Look at thoseq inuscles:" said ,the  first young man. ".Look at t-c muscles  'Ju'ihat leg. Ypu'oau -"airly count 'em "  , -And .the pelt;/:givH������nje<l very red  Indeed, {is It dnxyned upon her that the  two admiring young men were discussing the lioness in the cage.���������Washing;  ton Post.  , We  liave  C* . i  i  fine quality  are  always  ig costs  therefore 'wliy  i  S-.-4 /-������.  .4-  always .oeen none  of our work-Ht  busy. ������ * ��������� ' Glieap  r  the  ft *.T  .���������;���������' if'V  "   '!���������    >���������  iif'  !  > s  an  a  why we  ' inferior  r  ie same as '.gooa ���������pnntm  ���������**-.   '4-1  not} get, tne. Dest.  prices 'are always reasonable^     if - in need  call oh' us at once,  sy to a  |||   of fine printin  4|?< '- "���������    .������������������"���������"  *  x:te .we-arenever  4������*T  '     '     '  fit ���������     ���������'  fit'  write vor  4*ff4  ft ��������� ?-'���������  bend to all orders.f If ������������������  "  ���������   '   ���������     '    ��������� ���������     * fit *  4*hJ  V  ^.  *F_9 *i?  c The Arab Mare.   ���������  The Arab is regarded as the first of  horsemen and the Arab mare ns 'the  perfect steed. The Arab's Idea- of  horse taming is of the simplest. , The  colt-is treated from lhe first as a member of'the family, like the Irish peasant's pig.' It goes in aud out'of the  tents and is so familiarized with the do-  lugs of that extraordinary creature  man that there is never any .need of  breaking it in.  The Bedouin, is very careful of hi.s  mare: lie does not mount her when  he sets out to play bis usual trick:}  upon travelers, lie rides a camel to  which the mare is,tethered. Not until  the caravan is In sight does ho mount  the marc ancl give chase. There I.s, by  the way, nn im.yresslon that the Bedouin  Is a bloody minded person, who would  as lief take your life ns not. This Is  unfair to him; he Is a thief of very  peaceable inclinations and much prefers to.effect any necessary transfer of  property with as little bother as possible���������Good Words.  Wrcatlliif? Scripture.  "Marin," said Mr. Smart, "whenever  I go to the club I always thiuk of the  verse, 'Where the wicked cease from  troubling aud the weary are at rest.'  I  alter one  word  and  feel perfectly  happy."  "Which word do you change?" asked  Mrs. Smart.  "1 say, 'Now I am where the women  erase from troubling and the weary aro  at rest."'  "John Smart." said his wife severe*  ly. "you should change a word In tbe  liist part of that. It should be. 'Where  llie women cease Trom troubling and  the wicked are ot rest.' "-Philadelphia  Call.  &  ootonay Railway ���������<  KevifieiioB Coiapaajf  **o-  Limited.  ftoj-yl'A1*-.!! X.itii.*:<. '  Gb3ii;;c**i llui'ie: vo siic O.ri C'c-v.niry.  ..X\ LlML-yioiu Muilmil   .  'pornliii',' IC-isJo" 5:. Sloeim Luil-.'.'iiy,  iioniiiiioiwil Xavitfiitiuii & TriifliiiK  FAMOUS  it  IMPERIAL LIMITED."  Pdst Daily Service Between At-  '���������   linUc. and Paoiiis..  First dusi- Mcoju'i'snii all l.riiiM-% Toni'M cir*  iuks HcvolrilokiMiiilly mi' .-U. IMC I. i'Yidii.vshir  .Shiiii.i-o.il iur.t I'.oMoii. Siituhry-'^ U (.'iliifU'Ifiyn  for i'jruiilu.   -  Improve! connect i tig sen iuu loan;] from  KOOTENAY COUNTRY  Ka-l  I.no an*.  1.1-3 Iv".  O.i'i'li1.  DAILY   TllAlN������ West  I!cveM������Uc iir.'i.'.'l.'.'il  Itcvelsloko 1 v- -Jl.:-J.>  To nnd fiom Kootcimy l'oiiiln.  Conip.Ciiy.  Sohodiilo of TiJr.o-Paciflo Stassciai-d Time  KilefilivoFoli. tht, 1U0U.  Knslo & ������.'oor.n Slailv/ay  Pn^digfjr iriiin fur Siiiiihni niifl way sl.-il.inii.i  lenvcs Kaslo til Su.iii : ilm'ly. icl.uniiiiK. lenvcs  Haiiiloii at l.lu p.m., iiiTivhiK at, K.islo 3..-J.3 i-.m.  rintornatioaal Navigation anil Trr.dins  Coii������.jr.i,..y  OliciMliingim Knulf.niiy b.ik'ianil ltiwr.  SS, IvTi-a.'NA'i'ii'N.M. 3t.-i\*i-.-- ICa.-Jn f'.i* Ni'l.'fii  al'ii.n.m.ilaily nxfepi SiaVSy: ri'itii'iiiiw. ka;..i'-  Xel.--iin ai I..'in )' in., i-ailiiv; ���������'���������! ruhmir. ��������� im''  liirv, Alii������vv<ii'ili, i'H'1 nil way p-iliiN; I'unni'i'i-  ������iili S. I'1. '\' N. ir.dn In ami I mm .-poiiniK-, nl.  l-'iiij :.i!l<j I'oliit.  L:\rdo-U iiw a.in. DI vision  .\:.\i')\l   Al.J'.KIlTA.  SU-aini.T AII'iirlaliiiM'^ Kif'!'������ for l.-inh' nnd  ArgfiiUMlS;.'!''/ |).l*.i. Vl'i.'iiiicsdajs  Siw.moi'si'alt nl. "jiriiiuijjf I liuidini;- i'.i Hlh  iliruclions, and nl oilier imiiils u'livn ���������fij:i::ilieil.  Tickets sold lo all p-jini.-* in Caaiula. and the  United Stales. ���������       ,  .     .   p  To  ascertain  rates   and, lull   iiifnrinalion,  l"lArU**' UOiiKKTJKVJXU,  A i.:  I'arW.-.i-, ���������*  '-tli-illHU  Till)'."-.all  ���������  N'imifliuii  Cfii'i'iiliiinn  .- i p. I  "    l.i  j)OJ!!N'ION ].!NK-t'ii,m Mcntnal.  Dniiiinio!)  ('iiiniiruin in  Vancouver -  A-ii/,.  Hi'V.  IJKA Vi;il UXK-From r.ionlri'a].  I n.isi! Piijii-rifir  Lake I Inl.ino  .Moiii.t'ui't    -  Mrt-.e <,'li:ii:ipl;iin  l.nUe .Aiejfaiilie  ���������  Ai:;:.  hop. /  IJ  I'il'i-illja'!':. ticket ed t!iH>ii;:li tu nil pai'l-. il  (ti'i'ai I.I'M.(in aiiil livJ.iinl. mul nl -.(ii ,'iiill}" Urv  ni|i- lo ii'l I'.i.i-, i.i   lln- linriipi ;::i  i i,i.| :m i.i .  .\pji!y in i '-i ia11 ..a,\ or .-leitm.-iiip i'ii',iiii i.r  !", ' '  ���������C.   V.-.  r.riAnSITAV/.   A'jei;t.   K������vo:8:<ko.  riTT"  r      I  rv /i���������cp  S. G. "Lardeau."      '  S If  Manager, Kasli*, 13. (..'.  ilcveMoUu  an'. 'it.Ofi  l/fii������a(J.Jii i ������J(j.y iiui-iitui-Jis v.<y. uw  )������������������'  I.. A,  !���������(<-.-*. iie'. cl- r.ill fr.l! iii.V.'mnlSol* Ui>|i\v  :-.i, ;:i.V' Ktol'.'-. or  . J. COYLE,  A. G. P. A ,  Vancouver, B.C.  W. F.  ANDERSOf.  T. P. A ,  Nelson, B. C.  i-:r.'1j-ri:.  |    rtlc.niiisr* I'm' V* I'l'ia-i'. .Ii'.ii'au nnd :*-ki',  I ;i\-.' Vn-fnric.  r/'Ml.i.ci-di:;y ftt S p. r.\  a'i'i < aiifon^.'-r  Tivor*/ 7!'!v7Sfl������v ''"���������''��������� -��������� !'. '������".  Sirivifi'u ifir S".i"liii'i'ii  ".;i;'^!i  Cf.ln'.-r.ii.i  O  i.'ii'.iliiliij 1 i'IVi'i i ti Arrov\!i( m] i:ini 'i'i i l'.'-*-t h >���������  Laiiilin^' iijiiiimi in in^r '.)i:ne Ii% ll������if', Will .-.nil 1.1-  .'f.lioivh <v,i ullii'i' pel in;| til.gi :  l.tnvc Ai-ii.v-ln'iid I ui* 'J'ln.M:^ l.\ l.ai.dh (,'  and (.'fjiii.'ipn.N iii, liv. daily,  I i.*i*.\'it riioiJi-oiiV I.."iuj;ni: aiiii >'tiir.iiitl:\ for  Ai!'i.v\,,,.r..l in-'Tic. i;.ii.,-", i ot.ir.i lim,- will. ;.!l  ll. I'. I.'. Ir.iIn- aa:l l.inii-.   .*  Tl:f ow Ii'ci.-i i ('"fi'Vf' ili<i i*ii;lil to i iaiiiyi: i imes  fil sailings u ill.mil linlier. ,   ���������  tiik j-'kkd r.oiiixsox Ltj?.iJ.i-;i: co. ltd.  ]���������'. itomxh'ox,  Manayiii'- I Mrevr'.-or,  1&ZXZZEZ  rswn=w=EKs;  =wi  N  i ���������  t  l-liglicsl Cash Price. Paid for  K ci  A!'-I'.  K   ������"f'ii i  ti  -in. .I  mi I-  '���������iiv nt" nn: ('������������������.amiri'il i������y ii c  ('��������� '���������-. air;*."'-.   Ti1' li it i( t'.n : " a  nuii.   I'r'<-j" n:*e 'co  !.���������'; li  f> *������������������ ���������' rrnr.l  !'   I i-lr'hn:  l" < ('"   lor  ,'iiiy  l'!*.!.'l!-   ff   Ull-f.  [y Y'.'i   -(''cii'-t kit*,'   ]M"<t (.'.i on   ti.e i   turn."  ';.  'ifiii ^:< i fioi.i '  li'.r.iv V;<'tiii''.i i'i"! V ;-h.-dii vri' ������V " 1:1;.'.  ihit",", .'U., i n appliiali i. to  i"..-; p.a::t; v.  (1,'ln'inl  i'.i ���������i li^."' I   A',< Hi.  Viulf.fi In. {',.(.'  fi. V/  ftALDWlI-*,  Ajreut U'.v J;;.-f. Ulhr.a  V/ir.nipcg, uZati.  PJE^.7!RWj'U"L^.������iZ?X^2EUil'^Sj THE KOOTENAY MAIL  ���������������������������  ' ^--.~-^-<-^v "~??t*  J  9.  I DO NOT FORGET  if ,  9  $      '   ,   that if- you want to Ret ,a jp  *: first class assortment of      |  'i.  $   -  9  ���������fi- ,  >\-  I TOILET  * WATERS?  PERFUMES I  BRUSHES OF f  ALL KINDS . !  9  $  9  9.  $  9.  .9.  #  9  <(<���������'  9.  )(c . You can get tlie very best  9 nt tlie  Ut  9  %  9.  ������c  9  ���������i  9. ���������    Revelstoke Station  i  9  eminent and one laudatory of tbe conservative opposition.  The funeral of the infant child of Mr.  and Mrs. J. Robinson, who died on  Sunday morning last, took place yesterday afternoon, Rev. S. J. Thompson  officiating.  and   all   toilet    articles.  I Canada Drag &BookCo  BORN.  Williams���������At Revelstoke on 'Monday  ���������   the 3rd, inst   the, wife   of   Mr   Beit  Williams uf a son.  DIED.  Robinson���������At Revelstoke   on  Sunday  ���������    the 2nd inst Hazel the infant child of  Mr. and  Mi.s.'  J.'? Robinson   aged   0  months. '   ,������������������  "Ua'ley���������At Revelstoke on Tuesday the  -ith'inst,-Kathleen the infant child-of  -, Mr. and Mrs. J. Caley, aged > 11  months.  MARRIED.  Knu'iit-'Li-'stkr.���������At -the re.-ideiice uf  Mrs. M. Peltipiece, Revelstoke, on  Satiirdiiy, Sept'. 1st, by'tho Rev.'S. J.-  ' Thompson,, Mr. Thomas Knight of  I ho (J. V. R. service, If) Miss Elizabeth  Viola. Lester, ,Ensign in the Snlva"  tion Army, lately of Vancouver, I3.C.  LOClL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  E. McAclam came, in  from  the east  .Saturday night.  Labor Day was a day of rest in Rev-  elstoke, business being suspended ' for  the day.'  James Gill, formerly of this city,  passed through on No. 1 Friday night,  en route for the coast.  Furnished rooms to let. Apply Lo  J. (J. Hutchison, opposite Salvation  Aitmy barracks. ������<     '     o  A iHiti)bei*i of private picnic parties  were out for* a "lime"' yesterday  afternoon. - -  Miss Peltipiece went south Sunday  morning on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. P.  R. Pettipiece at Ferguson.  i  ��������� WANTED-A small size-No. S cooking stove, apply stating prictj to the  MAlLoilice,  The Sunday school children of the  Catholic Church held a very pleasant  picnic at the recreation grounds yesterday. The picnic party was conveyed  to and from the grounds in the City  Hotel,bus. '        ���������   ,'.  CERTIFICATE OF 'IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICU.  Seattle Mineral Ohiini. situate hi IhcRcvol-  , stoke Mining Division of Woet Kootenay.  "Where loaned, on Dovvnio Crock.  Take notice that I. J. M. Kellie, free miner's  'certificate No. li. 15397, intend OU days from the  date hereof to apply to the Mining 1'ooorder for  a Certificate of Improvement for the purpose of  obtaining a crown grant, of the above eloiin. ���������  And further lake notice that action under  section \\1 must bo commenced before the issuance of such certiflute of improvoiiicnK  Dated this 22nd day of August, 1U0O. ���������-  ���������    J. M. KELLIE.  The city band gave a very pleasing  open air conceit last evening, which  was much appreciated by the public.  Now lhat the band have ,broken the  ice it is hoped Lhey will keep up the  good work. ���������   '        '    c   ���������  Rev. W. C. Calder, tlie newly inducted pastor of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, preached to large, congregations on Sunday. At the evening  service Miss Fraser rendered tbe solo,  "Thy will be done."  r u ���������i  The first session of British Columbia's ninth pailianient csiine to nu end  shortly after 0 o'clock Friday morning.  The House was in session for twenty-  five days and ihe.government in indebted to , the opposition, for'their  assistance in passing many of the bills  which will now be placed on the stat-  ' ti  iilc Jbook.  A flock'of sheep numbering one  hundred, belonging to P..Burns & Co.  were run into pound last week, costing  the owners $223 before they were released. It,is understood Mr. F. Mc-  Carty." manager for P.. Burns & Co.  has instituted proceedings against R.(  Samson, th*,. poundkeeper, claiming  that the sheep w'ere illegally impounded.  So far as probable parlimenatry can-  didntes from the various constituencies  are concerned, tho most popular seems  io be Mayor A: S. Goodeve, ofRoss-  brnd. He is being backed for nomination in this riding by''Mr. Charles rL  Mackintosh, who is said to be using his  best influence in behalf of Mr. Goodeve  in return for the services rendered by  the latter to Mr. Mackintosh during  the late provincial elections.  The Liberal Convention. '  The convention of tbe Liberals of  Yale. Cariboo-Kooteuay in tlio city tomorrow for tbe purpose of selecting a  candidate to contest this ridinjj in the  interests of .the Liberal party will be  watched with interest. The Oddfellows Hall Jias been secured for the'  occasion and die convention will convene at, 10 o'clock in the morning.  Delegates from the east and south vvill  arrive, to-night aud those from' the,  west to-morro.v morning. ' These will  include a number of the inolit prominent business men in the riding as  well ns some of the foremost-Liberals  of.the province. A full report of the  proceeding will appear. in < the next  issue of the Mail.  The Ciara Mnllies Co. will ���������ipp'-,-ir,in  tbe opera Inni-if h"iv on Thiirxbiy 'and  J'Yidav of litis vvi ek. ��������� ���������  l/.i'-l nighl'n cxpri'-.s I'l'cni tbc east arrived thi.-: lnurniiigiibiiiil half past eight  ������ being eleven hour* l.ile.  A. .lolinxm, of Ihi' Ifeiaid, returned  Monday morning fnui) al Lending the  t'oiiM'i'vativi' coiivention at New Wc^l-  niiiist'!!'.  Wc. regrl't lo annoniicf the los-^ ->tis-  lained thi* morning by Mr. and Mrs.  J. Oali'V in I he death of their youngest  child,  Kathleen, aged il months.  The. bicycle races Which Weie In be  run yor-lcnbiy al'Lernoon, bad to be  post|)oned on account, of the non-appcar  aucu of'one of tbeprincipals.  .1. Wcbsloi', who ivpresenlcd the  Ifical macbini^lrt' union at: Winnipeg in  the recent .-dike conference with tbe  (ji P. Ii. onicial", returned home on  S;d in-day.  The conservative convention at New  Westminster last week passed 12 resolutions condemning the Laurier gov*  Knight-Lester,   f    l  A verv happy wedding party assembled at the home of Mrs. M. Pettipiece  ���������last Saturday afternoon to witness the  uuptiah of Mr. Thomas Knight  of the  C P. R. Co. service to Miss Elizabeth  Viola Lester En-sign in   the  .Salvation  Army,   Vancouver.    The   gioom   was  supported by Mr. Charles J'\ Willis  of  the C. P   It. shops aud the. brifjesmaid  was Adjutant Woodruff'of 'Vancouver  who is on her way to Nelson to engage  in a similar ceremony in a slightly dif.  fcrent capacity.    The   knot  was  duly  and solomenly tied by Rev. S.J. Thomp  son, pastor of the Methodist Church of  this city.    Tho bride   was  charmingly  atliredin a navy blue   travelling dress  trimmed with   white  silk   and   pearls,  and looked as sweet as brides ever do;  after the ceremony   the.   company   was  seated to a wedding   luncheon ' served  in faultless stvle  and   elegant  enough  to tempt the   appetite of   an   epicure.  Tbe wedding Cake vvas at last cut  uiifJ  distributed    and    congratulatory    ad-  diesv-s wore niade by J'ev. ������S. J. Tliomp  son Uapt'iSotitball of the local corps S.  A., and Adjutant.  Woodruff,  to   which  bo'.b the bride and groom feelingly   re.  sponde.d.    The happy couple  start  on  their wedded   life  with   tbc  heartiest,  wishes of all their friends.    The   bride  received a number of useful and  beau,  (ifuI presents one of which is from the  boys of the crew to which Mr.   Knight  is attached at lllrcillewaet.    They  ex.  pect to reside in Revelstoke.  Tlio M.vih Joins  in   heartiest good  wiybca.   ���������  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICK.      ,  Hard pan Minora] Claim, situate in the Hevolsloke Milling Division of West kootenay.  Where located, on Uarnes Creek.  Take notice that I. J. M. Kellie, free minor's  ecrtilleiito No. ll. 1535)7. intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply, to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for t ie  purpose of obtaining, a Crown grant of tlie  above claim, - ���������..,,. i  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tlie  issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 2Slh day of July. 1900.  J. M. KELLIE.  For Sale  ��������� Our livery and freighting business  with stage line and ,inail contract in  connection, including 45 head of  horses, UriJPSS, saddles, stages, freight  wagons and ore sleigiis. ���������  _   _.  Any part of above sqlcj. to unit purchaser. * For particulars a pp.1 y to o  0RAIG and HITMAN,  Thomson'6 Unding, B, C.    .  Kootenay' Lodge  No.?������A������FrfcA.M.  * The Regular meetings  arc held in tlie .Masonic Temple. Bourne  =.TIall, on  the-  third'  Ff Aloud ay   in  each  inon(.l)  at   8 p.  m.  Visiting   brethren  cordially welcomed.  J. PRATT  SliCKETARY.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F������, No. 25.  Regular meetings are held  in Oddfellows' Hall every  Thursday night at eight  o'clock. Visiting brothers  cordially welcomed.   ', ���������  J. A. STONE, Si:c.  N. T. KDWA1UJS. NT.0.  SELKIRK L01DGE, NO. 12, I. Oi O. F.  "    ,j JMccts every Tuesday  evening in Oddfellows'  .Hall    at   8   o'clock.  A Visiting 'brethren cor-  'dially invited  to at:  tend,  B..IIANBURY, N. G.   '       Wr. MATI1IE, Sm'  B. R. ATKINS,'  C. K.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I.O. FiNo. 3461.,  ii  Meets in tlie,Oddfellows  Hall on the second aiid  fourth Mondays of each  month. Visiting brcth-'  rcn   invited' to attend.  , i  C. W. MITCHELL,  '     ,   f    R. S.'  A  -H. IIOLDICM  ANALYTICAL CIIIilJIIST AND  ASSAYKR.  Royal School of Mines, London.  '  Seven years at Morfa Works, Swansea. v  Seventeen  years'Chief Chemist to-Wigan  Coal and Iron Co., Etig.  Late Chemist and Aafnycr, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Every dencrlption  of assay and analytical  work undertaken.  Claims examined and reported upon.  REVELSTOKE, 13. C. 1  J.  W. CROSS, M. D.  SURGEON TO THE C. P. 11., CITY HEALTH  OFJiTCJiH.  OfHcc: Taylor Block, Mackenzie Avenue.  II  ARVEYft AIoOARTKIt  IIAJtlMSTKHH, ������OM(;iTOKS, ETC.  OKKfCKh :   M<H.so.v.>:   JIa.vic   I!j,ocic,   Rkvki,-  c        . K'i'oich, B., Vi.  Mniir-y to Joiin.  Olllcf-: Ri-vclstokfi, IJ, C; Fort Steele, B.C.  Oku. H. Af(jC,\K'ri:a, J. A. Haiivkv,  RcvcMokc, B. C. Fort Steele, B. C.  -��������� GIVE US ATRIAL  F.  BUKBR,   Proprietor.  Phono  43, ,  ttih  "4fl    Goods at Your Own Price.    %  , ���������i��������������������������� -r    * ^  25 Per Cent Reduction on^^casss^- <f������  Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Water Cooler and Water <^>  Filters, Screen Doors and Windows, Lawn Sprinklers, Coal ^  Oil Stoves, " ���������   " jjuj  All First Quality Goods.   , Make a Note Of It. <������>  HARDWARE    .'-      STOVES       -      TINWARE.  M.   LAWRENCE,  .'-      STOVES       -      TIN  G-RBAT CLEARING SALE AT COST PRICE  FOR CASH ONLY  ��������� Flour, Wheat, Shorts, Bran, ,  Family Groceries'& Farm Produce.   IIIIIIM   IIIMIIltlM n I 'Ill  Savage Bros., Second Street.  0  H  FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS,  - .    ^^^NQTARIES PUBLIC, ,ETC.  FIRST   STREET,   REVELSTOKE.  DRESS   WELLx^gtEV   " '       '    : ;,  Lord Chesterfield was undoubtedly right when lie (lecliired his  belief that most peopla formed some opinion f>f n. man's sense and  (jliarac'ter from his dress. The inclination to dress well is shown  by the number ..who come here to be clothed. They come here  becau.se of our ability lo give,thom the coricct aiid proper jjur*  merits. They get the best'qualities ; the beat 'trimmings j the  best work ] the best.fit that's to bh had. -. They get exclusiveness.  JT.   BT    GI?,JBSSDVn^3srn  McKehzie Avenue, Revelstoke.  In White,Blue, Pink & Green Tints. .,  Polished Brass Bedsteads  We  carry ,a  full line of leading  patterns ranging in price'from  $600,TO $6500'  Illustrated circular showing ]Q best '<���������  patterns, with, prices of same, mailed  free to any address, -  Weiler  BfOS.,    Complete Furnishers,  Victoria, B. C.  THE .  Badminton Hotel  ���������    VANCOUVER. t"  RATE8   82.50   PER ' DAY.  WAH   CHANG,  DDALlilt IK  . Fancy Goods, Japanese ancl  Chinese Novelties ancl Silk  Goods, Bamboo Work, Ruttan  Chairs, and Crockery Ware,  ALSO  Fruits and Confectionery.  Opposite the Post Office,  Front St. Revelstoke, B.C.  Your Pocket"book  may be low but nobody sees it, but  if your clothes ,, ure shabby that"  settles it, nobody vvnnts to know you.  Ladies or Gents Tailor Made ClothcH  repaired and cleaned in good style.  Call or fiond post card.  Samuel  Needham, Douglas St.  Established. 13 yeiirs.  1 . Strictly Union Labor Shop,'  BA1HEH & ASMFT,  Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,  MINING ENGINEERS,  Surveyors of Mines. Mineral Claims and Crown  VANCOUVER,  B. U.  *��������� Cleanliness ���������.  is next to Godliness."  If you want your scavenger  work done in a clean and  economical way send a  card to  FRANK SAUNDERS,  Revelstoke Station.  cMufiFicATia o^ ntPiioVfiaiisN'rs. ��������� i  ,\OtICKi  Alii'O, Allct; 1<raelloli, Holiiuiza Rihg. ('I'oWli  I'oinl, (jloucuslcr. 1-i.sf. C.'liancc. nn'ncnil  ulAimK, situated th the ltevelstoke Mihihg  J)ivision of West Kootchtty District. Where  located:   On Ground Hog Basin.  Take notice that I,'Willimn A. Pnuo.r. nsrent  for I). H. Wilson, free miller's certificate No. B  1478-1. 1'Vnnk Ynunsr, free miner's cerlifiatc No.  ll i478.r). J. H. iToarc. free mllicr's certificate No.  H 4501H. intend, sixty days from thedate hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder'for a Certificate of Iinprovcinelits, for the purpoije of obtaining a Crown Grantof the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 14 th day of Julie. 1000.  WILLIAM A. BAUKU,  i  %


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