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Array Vol. '9.-No. 30.  REVELSTOKE. B. C, OCTOBER 24, 1902.,  S2.00 Per Year  You Will Find the Quality  of our Groceries right,,as well as.the prices.  A "Reasonable Trofit is all we ask,  and we can assure you of our best attention.  We respectfully solicit your patronage and  support.  Don't Send Out of Town  For  anything   until   you   have inspected our  new stock of  \  $iRibbotis, ���������  Imported direct from Scotland.  \ splendid assortment of all  S  House Furnishings  Limited.  aO{KKKX>-0<>^<><K>0^  Mm- t.-ikcn over llie niacksmith, "Wheelwright and Implement   liusim*^' cuiTieil  . on by W. Mollisim al Revelstoke. ,,  o ' ' ' ' '-  Wagons* Made and Repaired.* -Tlio Best'Carriage Woods'Kept in Stock  " Tools Sharpened.   ,  ��������� Shoeing a Specialty.  Chili hum  W.igous.aud Sleighs.     W. .M. Cray's CuUc.is,   IJu-fgifis and  Express  Vvag.ins.    Mi-Conniek   Movers   mid   Reapers.    Cupp   IJn'JS.' Plows,  ll.inows, Cultivators, Pota'toe Diggers, etc., etc.,  TEED'. I  General, Merchants.  m  I.  |M.ORR  ^   . , Call and inspect our new stock of  | Shoe's, Hosiery, Suspenders, Ties,.Underwear,etc j|  W,       All above lines nro up-to-date goods it will pay you to see       pS  i||        '   thein before purchasing ekcwhci-e.  '   Wo also carry m  '$& Trunks,'Valises, Sweat Pads, Oil Coats, Oil Hats, Water-proof Sheets, etc m  jag Wecklv Shipments of Fresh Creamery Ihillor, and ICggs. \  ' Our Teas and Coffees are taking the lend���������try llieni. \  YOU PBOMISBD YOURSELF AN -OYEBGOA  Thi-. F.dl.   Don't.'ptil il nit' too Lite and catch cold.  .   And do not liny a cheap, shoddy one.   They never look well.  I.ct n< iimlii' yon ii cunt that will please yon.    We can do it.  Fashionable  Tailor.  'I      Si.'       . f tHk(Tkltti&$%& ..     &  ��������� "DEALBTK   IJV * '%  VEALCR   IM  &    'Boots,   Shoos,    Hats,    Caps,   'Ready   ^  <$> Made   Clothing,   Shirts,    SocKs,        <f>  &   Underclothing, O-Veralls, Suspenders <*>  Glo-Ves,- etc. &  - dh  *>  coats and Vr.dcrcMMnj at ������a*terfl'-Price*S &  f$������  Z    Hoys and Children's Q-ocr  rto  ,;,., K^cOelstofie   Station, 3. C. r%  URNo  C.   P.  R.  HOTELS.  Great Improvements Contemplated.  The Selkirk and Rocky Mountains of'.-Canada' are destined to  bccoriie tlie playground of Alpine  climbers and health seekers from  the United States, Australia and  Europe and the C.'P. R. is sparing  no efforts to provide the' necessary  accommodation.        ,     -     ,      .  FII5U).  ��������� XeVlling amid peaks that seem  lo pierce the, skies, with cascade  and glacier and hike and avalanche  within easy call,"Tield is destined  lo become the favorite of mountain  resorts. Field depends "entirely on  the enterprise of the 0. P. R. 'and  it must be admitted the company  is leaving nothing undone to further the interests of this famous  mountain resort.  , A contract has been let lo Bessette and Fox, of Vancouver, for  the construction of an entirely new  house at Field, which will adjoin  the present hotel. The 'addition  will consist of forty Jiving", rooms,  besides the usual space provided  for dining, social halls, etc. A  largo building - containing twenty-  four rooms will be provided for the  servants and Swiss guides now  stationed at that resort. '���������' A cold  storage plant will also be installed.  The present  dining-room  of    the  Floated by a Local Company.  The Beatrice has the reputation  of being one,of   lhe most valuable  mining properties iii the   district,  and has the   advantage   that it is  comparatively   well    situated   for  transportation.     The' properly has  just   been   taken   in'  hand   hy a  locally organized company, -which  is bcjngfloated with a capitalization  of   $500,000.     The   directors   are  F.   Fulnier    of   Can.borne,    Mrs.  Anderson of Beaton,   and   Messrs.  A. E. Kincaid/G. S. McCarter, and  J. M. Doyle, of   Revelstoke.     The  company is being heavily' backed  in Spokane, and with the extensive  'development done on the properly  and the high  character   or   its ore  there is no reason why the Beatrice  Company should not prove   one of  the most successful  mining   enterprises in the province.. In addition  to the high silver values .two ledges  of free milling gold havclatelybeen  discovered and   a   splendid  strike  was made   on.'the   property   last  week.' Seventy per cent, of tlie slock  gocs'to the owners in the .purchase  of the property   and   the   balance  will be offered   to   the   public   for  subscription for development of the  property, but at what'i-i^ce has not  yet'been determined.  1 Supplies   hnvc������ 'been   put   in to  A TERRIBLE FIRE.  School Teacher Burned to Death--  Hotel Manager Fatally'  Injured.  The shocking news comes from Fair-  view of the burning of tho hig hotel  creeled by the . Fairview Corporation.  Full details arc not known, but. Miss  Louise Smith, the teacher, who hails  from Arm>trqng, wns burned to death,  and .Manager .Matthias and an engineer  Wiis fatally injured. Mrs. Miitthias  had her leg broken.  Important Strike by D.   Woolsey--  M  and Purest Selected Tea. that monev can buy,  packed to retain its natural aroma and flavor,  free.from the contamination of the odors of sur-  Work Resumed at Donald  Claim.  ���������}. P. Kennedy and Oie Sandherg  have been doing work on their  property near the Tangier, and it is  n\\ orted lo be looking well.  .J., P. Kennedy got, .three fine  silver-tip bears this season. ���������  , ]'). Woolsey has been doing work  on his property on the north fork,  and it looking splendidly. He has  struck 12   inches   of   ore carrying  i if.  ucs.  lie  iieent ore on this property having  got a-says as high as lloo oz. in  silver  and   2  oz.'17  dwts,   12 gr.  Muiinl Stephen House will be extended to provide, special accommodation, 'for the guests of'the  house,',as apart from the traveling  public .stopping over at' the house  for meals only. ��������� An electric lighting and steam heating ' plant  suni'-icii'ir in ;capaci'ty to serve the  purpose .of , the whole establish-,  menfj'includingyardnnd platforms,  will fomplele one scheme of increased accommodation now decided on by the company. ',,  flLACIEH  is situated at the gateway of the  valleys which terminate in y the  Great Glacier and ihe'Asulknn  Glacier. There is already extensive accommodation at this point  but this season it was not nearly  sullicient to meet the demands of  tourists, so i.t is intended to erect  an addition consisting 'of sixty  sleeping rooms,, and this annex will  be located so as to conform to the  arrangements already made for the  new hotel which it has been decided  by the management of the road  shall be built there. Plans for this  hotel have already been prepared  and approved. ' In, addition at.  Glacier the usual quarters will be  provided for servants and guides,  asat present the accommodation for  such service at each hotel in the  mountain.-- has been found to be  insudieient. ,   ,  At '      ,  i..\kk i.ouisi:  a large addition is lo be made to  the pret-ent chalet. There the  accommodation lo be provided consists of thirty rooms for guests, a  separate building as at Field for  the servants, and   quarters   for ice  continue development through the  'winter and it is, probable ore,will  be ra'whided out. If the'exploration of the free gold ledges is-.satis-  factory  a   stamp  mill will be put  111:  On Downie Creek and Keystone,  On Monday J. C. Montgomery  brought to thedly the best samples  of copper ores wc have yet seen here  These samples are from a new discovery on Downie creek made by J.  C. Montgomery.at a point ten miles  from tlie Columbia river. The  samples include bornite. Mr.  Montgomery says ho found a ledge  20 feet in width carrying four feel  of these ores.  He also found a:ledge 40 feet in  width carrying silver-lead ore of  high silver values; and brought in  samples of molybdenite got in that  locality.. On Goat mountain, east  of Keystone, he found a ledge carrying copper-gold ore samples of which  assayed $l30������and $1G0 gold.  gold, and 18 per cent copper. He  got,21 Ions of ore ,for shipment  packed to the Canyon and there is  another ton on the 'dump. ''' This  ore will average $200 ,a ton. , On.  this showing the 'outlook of this  Tcclion should'.vbc as good as the'  Larduau. ' -  . The B. C.' Financial Trust have  arranged to resume,* work, on the  old Donald claim near lliecilliwael.  O  o   md cold   storage   plants.  Wholesale and Retail  .   .   .   Meat Merchants.  Head Office, Abattoir and Gold Storage:  ,, v -^^K^Calgary, Alberta  Com  modious stable-   wiil   also be provided for lhe livery attached to the  house, and also   quarters ' for   the  mon'in charue thereof.  At  KMUIIAI.I) I.AKK  chah'l, vhicli was completed _ last  summer, separate quarters wi 11 be  erected for servants, Swiss guides  and other attendants, so that the  gue.-ts will possess all the accommodation in the chalet.  It is also proposed to construct  TKAIJ.S  which .will make points of interest  in the great Rockies and Selkirks  easily accessible to tourists.  _'  The Province, which supplies the  above information says II. .1. Cam-  hie, chief engineer, J<\ F. Buslecd,  engineer of maintenance of way  and struelures; and , George C.  Hinlon. electrical!, left Wednesday  for tin*, mountains, their business  being in connection with these  improvements'.  WAXTKI) -  A    TRUSTWORTHY  g''till''inan or l.uly in each county to  maiiagi* liii<ini's"i for nn old established  iniii-i* nf s-olitl financial slandinK. A  -Ir.iiulii. bona fide weeUy ca-.li salary  nf!?l'S00 paid liy check each Wednesday wiili all expensesdiri'ci, fi'oni hi'ad-  i|u!u lci*.-.. .Money advanced for cx|������'n-  .���������ii's. .Manitg'*r, lilt) Ciixloir. iiuiklhiKi  Chicago, .,,.'������������������  Work Suspended Tilh Spring.  Having run out of flour; W. Fleming, who was in charge of the extension of the Big Bend trail, had lo  quit work and brought in bis men  yesterday. The trail has been completed for 12 miles beyond-Smith  creek', leaving 25 miles yet lo build,  and oi this about live miles has  been located.  The work of location is in charge  of lid Adair. T. W. Bain was sent  up last week by F. O. Gamble lo report oir the work to the government  lie says Mr. Adair is' entitled to  great credit for the excellent grade  laid out by him,'it being practically  level, ami that tlie trail built, by  Mr. Flemingisoneof tlio best pieces  of work in the district.  Mate of Columbia   Drowned���������Machinery for Dredge Arrived.  l-V.nn Our Own Ciii-rii-iiniiilimt.  A sad drowning, accident occurred  hero on .the'night of the I'lnd. by  which John Lawrence, male of the  lug Columbia, was drowned. The  Chinese cook was going ashore and  walked ofrthotug. The men, hearing the'ories, rushed from the engine  room and it seems as if llio mate  walked oti into the walcr also, he was  p.ot able lo swim and was only seen  once. He had been unite on the Columbia for two years, and was a native of Sweden, and about .'50 years of  age and was liked by all Ihe men on  the tug'and others who were acquainted with him. After; grappling for an  hour , his body was, recovered. The  men had thrown' the life bony to the  Chinaman, net thinking (he inalewas  in (he water.   The cook was sayeif.  The machinery for the now   die.lge  arrive'd here last night.      '      q rounding' articles, get  Ting Ling Package Teas  ��������� n  They come in  pound air tight leaded packages  ' perfectly pure.'  i ' '  M One Pound Makes Over 200 Cups,        -  Cl ,      . <   ���������.  1 I'l  '50c per Pound  m ���������   '    For sale only at ' '.  I Bourne Bros.  Grocery Store  M  Wu have, just received hy ex pi ess the fullowiug assortment of Bulbs:  ,     HYACINTHS, Single,      ,  TULIPS, Single,  NARCISSUS, Von Lam,  CHINESE SACRKU LILLIKS,  '    WHITE CALL AS,    ,  HYACINTHS. Double  'TULIPS, D.nibie,'        '       '      ,  NARCISSUS, Paper White,  SNOWDROPS,  CROCUS,nA?sottcd; and others. '  Compare om prices with those, of former years-and you will  find  that  we  are com pa rati vely cheaper. ,  Vf~* Chemists and  la    *L/���������Jo9   Stationers **���������  REVELSTOKE. B. C. "  KILPATRfCK BLOCK',  P'i  f  if ^     , p*������-*Mr������C3=t.-m*. Jti-a o*k=z. ���������^sr'Jxsta erai=M        t    ,  %    We would di aw your ,.L- A ������ ���������  m ��������� ^U L   TJpnfprQ  ^   tenlion toi.ui own m.ik.'of   Xa-lJ-     -Li.gSjiJ.il  XltJctOt/ib  TV        One of the most al Ira dive stoves made lodiiv.    Four sizes.   Also  '4>  .Coal and Wood Heaters, Cook Stoves aiid'Steel Banges.   $  ? FURNACES- '   -    '..   $. '  4r  4*  Our own make of vi vetted pipes the same pi-iceas the patent ^  "always-������h'p''kind. , '���������  ���������  M.  LAWRENCE.  *  *?    "fK    if    *C    &     tfc    -f/     -I*    *.-    -f-    '1*    f     ���������*-    1'    *'     -t*     ���������*.*     t*     <f     "*���������    lr    ���������������.-     <-    *t    Hr     *���������    -t-    tr     <T     ff    tr     ^T  Awarded to J: A. Kernahan.  .}. A.,Kernahan has been awarded  the contract for the new C. I\ ll.  hold at'Lake Louise. This is one  of tho largest building contracts let,  by the C. J'. li; thirf season, as may  be judged by the fact thai the  amount involved is greater than for  the Iwo largest buildings now being  erected in Jlevelstoke���������the iltinie  block and the school house pul together.  ,J. J). Sibhald, who returned last  week from lhe Big Bend, brought in  a fine wimple of gold from McCull-  ough Creek.  E. A. Bradley has been appoiuU-d  attorney for a number of eastern enp-  itiil'sts to purchase and locate .mineral claims for them. ,;'\    ,  Bright Prospects for the Townsite.  The proposal to eslahli.sh the big  wiwinill at Trout hake has, created  a demand for loir; al Trout, Lake Cily,  and the. (owiiMl'e owners will shortly  I fold ii meefu'u: I here lo consider the  I ii*- t i nea ns of advancing Ihe intere.-ts  of the town.  Among (he purchasers of lots are  \V. Cowan, iii'dmolei'of lhe proposed  sawmill and the (ireat Western, mid  Houble Eagle .Mining Companies, who  propose removing their olliees from  Kergtison In Trout Lake City,  TWO DELIGHTFUL PICTURES.  The Family Herald and Weekly  Star, of .Montreal, are this week sending out (heir new premium pictures  "Alone'' and "Purity." They are  very handsome, and vastly superior  to any premium pictures we have seen.  "Purity" is ii beautiful subject, a real  work of art, that, will be much appre-  e.i'iled. "Alone",,is a picture that at  ouee catches the eye and will hold the  attention of all who see it, The pair  are. sure lo create a big demand -for  lhe Family Herald'Ms .season. "Come  early and avoid the rush" should be  the'warning lo those who want a big  dollar's worth.  \Y, J. !lu(!er, one of the owners of  the Lucky .lack group ut Camborne  intends pushing development work  on this piopeiiy I hii season, The  Lucky Jack is one of the most promising' promising prospects in the Fish  Hi ver district. '������������������������������������.'  '{T1H4/7L/'  #TLs   /(J/Hsfa&fi/   S(MAs  3-LAs J$iuji, rfiMtn, cftou I  camracr.a'sri,.!,1 yjsi-exh  nor  to ��������� flip  SS& ��������� iii ���������. Hit  Camborne has been called the  Rossland of the Lardeau.  ���������O-CHD-O-0-<><K>-0-  Many  believe thai   CVmborne has  a greater  future than any mininci' cam;' in the West.  Those who are wise and can size up a " good  thing " are getting in on the Ground Moor  Some  of the  best  lots  have already   been    !  snapped tip.    Don't you want one?  'Twill Make Money for You While You're  Sleeping*.  THE: * CAMB0Ml  H. S. WALLACE, MANAGER    -  CAMBORNE, B.  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the sit iialio.n. The mihingiiidustry
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thai a mail, like Mr;', Tblmie hits
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Gana..c!i'��ap'ylijnl|)er''.'.';t'ra.div
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part in eh t y/:: f ro ni;/:/ ��� :U n i t ed /; y B t'a t'es,,
C()iisylvAudleyyaI;yaricduver/';T
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;   SOCIAL CONDITIONS,      ^
:   One of the"great requirements /of
Pievclstoke is an improved condition
of social   entertainment.'    'Owing
to tlie hi'rge/n'umber; of young, men
employed,; inv,>the , rail\v.a.ysei;vice
there   are /few | towns where there
are sp   mahy/ yoiing .men without
friends and: relations,   and 'some-
thirigo:should ;^be "���-'clone.:-, forytheir
legitimate reception  aiid enterfaiii-;
^iier)t.y:yyTlipv;Quadrilley/Club/was;
organized;as/One'/means to,this end.',
:Another::'plan/ would^vbe' /social
gatherings''with imTtsic:;%bTi"^^sation
and light "refreshments/ '.This ;is a
plan Unit couldywellvlje^/carrifid,'\)y.
such church  organizations /as the
:Epwortli/T^ague,//Javlent// Society,
Ladies Aid BpcicLie?*, et6/ //It   has:
beeif'i/Su'ccessfiill.y.yiiiaugu ratcdv by.
the ;J)oihihion vSquare",Melliodis/t
church, of/Moiitreal,/'":'b'ut.y'L'h'orol-tJie'
receptions./ are ./'held; on .'.Sunday
niglit;after service/;' the   following
printed card;,,being   handed;to/ -ill
entering, tlie.'cliu'rcdi^yvy/'Yoii'���/arc
cordially,invited to,.a, reception for
s(ningers,.sttidenls"a;nd aiiy.' others
,wlid,.\vi 11'-'attend in'the sehobhroom,
downslaii'S,;;yiit: vtliby/'closey of;/the
T/ABpR'S;CALL TO <3BDEBv y
Itois.:,tbe^eaderslnu/ofvSUch/.ii'icn
J as^piinyTyyWilsOny/diea^
]. tra'ckmeii^ and/Mitc'hell, bead, of the
anthracite/:miiiiers/ih^tycouhts, for;
sfticeess y'yi ii'/:;;la1j6r/;/"'organizatipns.
Aclclressingvtliestriking "antliracile,
niiners,1\Ir;,:J\IilcheU;exprcsse^
following ii6)il6,sentime
���^'/������IiWantjtQ/rep^a
,h ay fi /g i \:e ii / y o u/" before-:" /llvy/ kii 6/w,
Chii't:'gp-;ng thrbugh/'inbre/tbaivfour"
ni on t by of; stri ke/ is/1 i kely / to// ea use���
three gentlemen in this riding the
position of gold cuimiiissioncr during
the election of lS'Ji, it crawiished and
wonders why I did not lake thetrouble
tp deny the imputation long ago.
: I deny nothing. Jt would take a
lightning striker to deny the chnrges
formulated against me during that
sanguinary co'Me.-.fc.' Give your
opponents plenty of rope and they will
eventually hang themselves. The
��� Herald was chief sinner against me,
and now not 'its hypocritical appeal of
wonder! It is,up to youJIerald,jwith a
vengeance! What a spectacle ?��� "Fools
'rush/in,where angels fear to tread" is
a true saying. ���
'When   the   Herald   poked its nose
into this controversy   it blundered inasmuch; as it; lias not the courage  of,a
Ipuse/iiiul dare not declare in favor of
Phethihg or 'the other.     Its   parrot
cat-call/of /'-'you're   another," to get
.awayy from   the    main   issue,   don't
materialise.i If the government should
shulllc���foil ,'its   mortal   coil, and die
siiddeiilyinits night-shirt,   and  ,ihe
spirits; of -Its   executho otlices whig
their;flight': t'P the   boneyard   of   disappointed political ambition, will'  the
ghost of Billie   Armstrong  haunt Jlc-
Liiughlin/iirhis dreams ?
v"Will   tlie;/ gentleman   who scalped
lii.l.lio Armstrong, underminud   him in
ollice,, drove'/him   into   exile,     and
cruCiiiedlnm   politically on   the cross
of' disappointed   hopes���Will   he   be
prepared on the  shufllc  -nf ��� portfolios
to swallb'nytliebittcr pill of   dismissal
and cheerfully' ncccpt, the   situation ?
Not'OHich.: There will he a howl from
the pe;yniittcrs lhal/'would reverheriite
frbm.evefy mountain   peal:   in   Koot-
en'iiy;-,::'/;y;yy.;/'/.v ���
y/A;nd.:;nowIIeriild,,wheii, hy inference,
you'chn'racterise   the   .Ma'ii. as a   liar
\y|]enit',gave,a correct  icport   of.   the
idiotic^utterances of'l'owell,, ex,-II. P.;
in his silly charges which he has since
dcmedy/hiiviiig   uttered   re "Scum of
Europe^'/;//;''Criinhiiils     in,    o/Jice/'
:';pyste;r,ljcds?'etc.   r cannot say I was
surprised^; vyThiit you would have the
:iudiicit.y/w, ./deny   the   chnrges   were.
Vnade.;Avheiv;/scores   of   citizens were
present, shows you up in an unenviable
lighW/yy/yy;/;     '
vyWliy-^Ir.;/Iiurden would allow a
si!p])Ortervto:sta])d on the same plat-
JoriniUHlyperniit the reputation of
,citizeiis:of ,G:inikla to   he   tarnished is
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H. N. OOURSIER, AGENT, REVELSTOKE.
ITJLJ'AjM AvriJAUEK;
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cpnviiicev leadingvvpa-jVers::like//tlie
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Pirihiiigham;/;Ppst/ytl:a;tv'i^
'PQl'uiiibi ;".L-.i s'-/ii 1 lv.i'igi i'-t^, :"i;i"i d"i/.r'i-l'i:iL t:;':-''Tt.-
wiis :'oiiiy;;t'n;ia t'ter of::a:���;, 1 i 111 Cv;ti ine
ullyea'pitiil/sbSuldy: be// directed/'/lo
li iu y a s t yresoii rces; ofy/tliis province
awaitijYg ca.pitai'and/labpr to'sectire;
fU-fric l'!';y rcui.i;h//y-f bjv^. IIV c^i r'/; 'd e yePo pr'j
m'eiVtJ'''/'.v:^:N'/v';;v':;- '"
pieilfttf^
;i;ivII5AY};0(?TO13ER 24;/I0P2. <
/vy ^'he.Frepyv'Pressy /claihis,/ y;Mr.
;; /Bprd'ei^s/ ;tour; '/through '���;; /Ma ni tpba'
'/has^strengthehed'tbc ljberal/:ipart};.;
"MIN'ING-^A^ v;-:-'^::'y- -/v/y" :^b 'y
y0^y'^
y/;/n]e,:;rela'tioii/;pf;:the;/;i'ail\p
ibe/vmihihg"'^
ii'priant;/// As'/our/jJ^ort;Ste(|le"cpn/
.temppivvryyi-eimu'ke'd'ithevo
CvyP-vRvfreiglvt^-aiesyconstitut^
in i nj ngy-jja rbii-ibtpi;';!.;./ '/vi'-hjs ^.iiS/"^'^:-! j i'i;
in evidence'-in ponnectioii/wit'ii; the
iJp;;.i{ ^ivy-Avliicl-i/'nia v.'-.lKjVc^to 0.-,i-ecl iicb
:e"n eniy: p.ii'r.. iiii ionf' h a s//t 1 ie/p n'c; /wh by
;,dealsU:he.worst;;l.)lo'\v/vtoBour;e
,is/'t he/611 c;i'i inpng/us ^yi 10/-,y i01 ii tes.
thc;;lii.\yv v/ylfvywcyvca-n
s/ti-ike;:l.)yv!ipnbi'ablpfmeaiisya'tliou
.snndvtiipesyibelier; it /is:ytiiafev'we
si i p/u 1 d lv bp v/d e f ea ted y; yy '<B e,t t e r; /tiie
complete disruptipnyof pur'organiza/
tiply,:tlia;nyayictp/ry 'tv;pii;jjy;:cju6's'tipn:
ii,blc;-;n'i<iasjiires\^-;/^-^^
/-/ vl'hp^s/clileineh t .of ;,tlie:-coa 1 stri life.-
b yy i'b Iti'.a ti puis: [ii'nb 11 ip'r''.; ci v i c] e n ce
of ylvpyl csi r'ii hi 1 i'ty; of;/ a/'epin pu i'spryv'
,iVvbi.lrati;6mla\v/v/Witliout resprtjp
a r;b i t r ;i t i 6 ri / /1hey /an t by a ei t'e ;'ys t r i k'e
^woiildvyhaveyydraggcdv-itsyvJength.
aipng/for mpiVlhsyxopbmpinvblving
mill ions'/in suffering,';: with; v.; its
.acconnpanimentsbf/destiiution/an'd,
y//;One-of tbe'best:eyid.ences/of /the
/ prosperity of .Canada is thefac't, that
-the.Gr'an'cl Trunk railway "is ablelo
;pay/a dividend on the; second/: pre'-.
: f er e n ce,' 's ha res /for' v; the v fi rs t t i me
Hsi'hc6:-"lSS3v::-:v,'..C-���,..������'���.�������� :: .���//""-/"'"
;.yOne.y;avdvantage/of   the/goverii-
nient/,,;bwnership/ ;of   railways/ is
.evident in the offer of the Dominion
government/'to; carry ;c6a--l%for'mu'ni--
��� cipalities fi-bo bf cost on/tlio5' Tntcr-
yc6lpnia,l:durihtr/the coal,,famine:'v /���
. ;/;^\*hile niany/regrctted:;/;the/:can-
veellauph of. t.be:sbi]jmen t's of... black
"vba::s fpr Xootenayvvtbereysecms .to
"haVe been good/reason, for if, as   it
is now; stated /this pugnacious ylisb
; vvpu!d��� have; destroyed' bilie./ trout,
; gfayliiig, and   salmon   iipwin the
streams of the district./'\:v"".../���.;  ,
-.."!' rJ1ie;;seiectioii: of; - Ey.yE./Clark;
Grand Chief'of the. order yof bJiaiU
way Conductors, as arbitrator; in
the anthracite, coal-.strike, is a great
compliment /toy this important
branCh'.p'f the railway ���service,; and
.-���lliev fact, .that -''his" select ion, "was
. ���immed'i.atelv /.acceptable /to1   the ���,.,,.. ���,,,,,
.-���������I    ,-..  1   v     ii ������'.'���    , ... , piiK-tica
strikers showsythc great conhdence ���    -
reposed in/his abilityahd-in'tegi-it'y-.';
it^oVtpii^'oiv-py.eiir.'sli'u
want of coke.-- vlt vis 'nbtjhat tlibf'7,avC C'piiscn;tedytp;.arbitratipn:' had
coke: sii'p'p'j y/i s sli ortv as 't ]\(- Crow.il '��� ^ bycii :t:: ���vplti'n la r.y / .mattei'v y a nd ������
Xest C'oa 1: Co. Pa ii; ii:'r n:; on t. all t lie ���'} ..V^tt*' only f orted :i n tp'i ty 1 ^/y pulil ic
coke rep/iii red/;, but it^is': '��� c'liiVrged'} opiidbn/y/wliich o/ztlireateiied' the
;tbaUaS"ibe/;C; /P.: .R; "ebmnram
tri/iVsportatioh/tp: tlie /Qrowsy Nest |'t^
coalvfields: this ;rail way i^/charging '.;������"��� ���'.. yvyv///,' /- -". . *./y;:/ ' / /;/>.'
:;t ra tc "so yp.rohibiti'.ve'a.*?'-''- toy throttle} y IrS'leakswell/fortbe; cnlerDrise
flie'smcltins'industm v/Tlie/Hoss^^
iiind ^ineiy.says :y ���' ,yv   :-yy //:;-/v[cit\'is;becbn|ing�� pripcipiil;
1 //"The Great /'���N-prtliprii:' road vis-; centers;; of' ihe, province, ;for ytlay
willi ng/tb;delive'r ebk(vatv:Nb'rt!ipprt] Hbta'tioiy'.of n^ning/and "industrial
a'tyFG per ton, jdysSO cents :per,tpn;i enterprires../: ^The ..vB'ig;" iknd/miea.
"for,duty./y;The ,advantage of this] deposits:/ Growr ./X.^'t-, epa!/lands,
willvberealized/wbea/itvis./stated ! Hnriier.limits., and...seyeraiv[mining
that thcNortbport smelter'is /pa.y-.j eiytei'priresyhavebiieii l.akc;n.-.u'p'y./.l'��v.
ing;a!iything;tip.:;tp $l2/pf'i: ton;'fv!r/:locai(y;vpita!!S!?;: and,now '"'
cokC'a-nd;,caiViyg'e'.t>*i/'fti'n,sii'^
halfaysupplyiZaven/at/fhbyey e
pararlively enormbus/iigures., /;/ ;  /^btet.J..*^v*pbsjG'o 13j=.'.���:-��� i.1 -s.;yihe ycounjny
���"��� Tile Coke; ;pyens/.'yare/--.lo'c:i.tifij,(']/-'' a 1,-; Avii.]i.-.;;i -Y>t;reJiP':j6cjri.,.-,r.hVf->c'i'or;.i'l.Cy:/   \'-y
.Eernie,:wlii!eythe;.c:.palvsiipp)y^is/'at.y/ b[A v':y/ // :^_2���_-.-: yy/., :/.:���/,'���"
Morrissey^lGvniilr'S/ydislant.'vyTFii/y; ^iiuj^i^oUil^'r^nu^
cpalv.canv only /be.;, hap led /.irony; j<-ad i'uilioh cafri'.d biv at the tnti
Mprrisseyyto vFernicvby: uhl!7ingi5my]te'r/is of world \vidc'ntepor!'ahce/i
The   /JiiigiJWrin." ,   iinJ:/   Minr-v
ofviionbrVihle 11 nd  i 11 list.rious
.'sbrs/zyAiid'now' Herald yuii
/Uii'grateful gall'to deny that
;flip/;SCurrilpus;/chiirgog.
y^/AVh.i,tlier:vWr6te :',
'!0f all, the loved and honored, n,au_
'/i/v;: save;Pb'w.ci*:- re 111 ai 11 s.
A/,fallen:angels': pride ol thought   sti
y//:/0strpiig:in chains,
All/else/is gone/ from
;/;iy:thcvspfil/i.syijeil,
Whcii'/ faith/is:lost,  ulien honor   dies
yZ/yythc maiyisdeiid." ' ^   ,     '
:':'bbyyy.ybyby': your*-, etc,
ybyy--yyy:-'      i. m. kfaaak
those great eyes
���yIb TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS.
/:/;$2.5py\vi|l.;hring you the ICootk.vay
iAI-Aiiid:a-iKl--,--W*eeklv Ci lobe of Toronto
tilI:the''chd/o;f.llHi;], balance of PJ02
'sup].dicd free., v This is a' rare - opiibr-
tujvity to se.ciire two good newspapers
.at'a'dbw/rivte/^yThe premium includes
ppi-triiits.cf'alliO'ntiirio governors.
:        :/;y/;://TiiK/i\;ooTKN:AV JMait.,
.;'.:'.:/,���/���'���','//: u Revelstoke.,
, .in   eaeli
SSininiilli   ut ��� S  p.   111.
Vliilinu   In-el.In-en
' U'uvliiilly ivulcomoil.
II. (iOKDON*   Si:oitHTAKY.
RSVELSTOXS LODGE, I. O. O. P., No
.'v -.rv        Hcitiilar meetings arc hold
'- irl--'T,^:'s,-5    11 Oddfellows'Hall every
, '���f-'fjtix Tlnu-sday niwht. al, eitjlii
��� '.,  *".--"v^i*,vJ>o,oli)uk.  Visiting brothers
��� ''.--J",;'"  cordially'welcomed.
It. S. mi-iSON'. N.G., J.' A. STOXK, j I. & KS.
SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.   <
Meets every Tuesday
evening in Selkirk
Hall at s o'clock.'
Visiting brethren cordially invited' to attend.
J. MATIIIE. Sue.
���I. Ob'TiriCTT.'N. G.
THE BEST TALKING MACHINE
the Canadiarv���Pacific't racks'-''for / .11
.miles of. lhe'; interveni.iig :d.i'stan'ce'.'
an cl, tl t'e.' Caniulia iV /L^aei fuy, i,!;ecl i pes
to,handle ' thy;/ business ���-.-';i-.(..'���;rti'toW
whip 11 lea'.ve. .a.ii/y ��� niifrgi'ii//wi 1 a.tev.f;*.r'
for the/(;ireal/Nbrtjiern.; in 'fact''4he
Canadian Pacific ���has ���named, a' rfite-
Jvi.igu jeering
;Jpii r'na} ��� cpn tain;/ ihe 'ifj rs f,
descriV'iipn of t.hc jir^cess/'
'b.eeii jJmb.lrs.iied/ -aiid:. frUm
li;i.vivr:oi->iii;!cdiiie. article in anptherj
SU.t/ICi:
'tor
epiunii'i;
iii'h'.res! ii.l.l (.%j|.i'.-.c'{i.'d-
iVV'ri-'/lead'.-iVji-.iiinL'.i'./'v.' Ab-, '
(in:  av
..11 ;<v
-','Jir view, of   the   jirobahly   large
extension of building operations.in
Revelstoke within the'nex.t year or
two it' would   be   well   if the city
'council,   took .into    consideration
. building regulations  for .the. ci ty.
Now that siih.-'tiinlial '-'brick buildings anyh.Jing erected it   would   be
\vi'Jl ii this system of building were,
siib.-'t'i tilted for timber, which'means
the wiping oiit of-the'luis.iiiess pot--,
lions,of   the cily in  the event  of a
disiistrous fire occurring.
ADEAD.bdOURNAL
K,f;t.,[- Ki)().r!-:v.'.v:M,<.n..
���in
.  . The  Tribune
"'J'he trade of
rightly
remarks':
���is I
liindlibg the'busiiii:ss
v prohibitive/" ��� ,- ".���/"���'"'���
: Jf this.charge.is true tbv: raihv'ay
committee at .Ottawa ySliyiihidenl
.with it in a decisive manner. /This
committee has tlie .(lead cinch on
the </.. P. ii.; on tin* Crow-s'-. Xcst
road, its, thanks !;o the ���charter./ insisted on liy.,. tlie .I/aii"ric.r goy.'rn-
meni for ibis mad,' running., rights'
can be givy'n t'i)".a.iiybilii.M,v'Mmi|i,'L,ny,
.is    no-"reason .why  lhe
,        _ ^    i.Coa!. CO. HjlO.il 111 .il0.t-|'Ut it,.x|,.!.if..t'ii;'i|s(,jf ,',,���,,   ���(!���.. (,M:|,,:iii!V
on itsynvii c(,';il (rains or   ,\vhy   t i m- | j t >   its ��� iiidisf'ri'ili./jiy.iloi'uidcn'i
and then.!
Crows -Xc.-
Tin: ifc'rald 1;:��k M-vi tiyiH (1
. fi-i'iu its'(..(ii'in iii}nt~-���vtprpoT tlisf.-nm-
filial v tri/.: i;'. carrybig' vth'/ w.-ny jiilo
I'A'frica wiili'.iiiiiyv, a ..- f �����1.1 j * :n ii-v bi-p/
'���'hi!-:'; -si <\<,% it )i"jt,-i -. rviunx*-') l<" '
i'Vuuii*', ' 1,,-kV: ji ju-iv ii: wiiilow.-i. iii t
���! ii.-iri
TJT7E have just issued a new
"and handsomely illustrated catalogue, a copy of
which will;be mailed to any
/address on request.
Whilst it illustrates but a,small
portion o( our stock of Pine Jewelry,
each department of/our business is
represented, by/carefully /'selected
��� articles. V. ��� 'v.'vv ���',.��� / "��� ' ,.'.'���:'
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Canada Book and Drii
Agents,for Revelstoke.
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: Our stock of. Sterling Silver
for this season is of-special ^
merit, v In ��� it, there 'are' innumerable gift pieces, mod-
. ih price, artistic in
design, and'embodying usefulness.and. durability,  y
Ryrie Bros.,
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sent for the balance of 1902 to
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EUROPEAN AGBNOY.
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.liMn'.licapj!cdy=ijy the unfair, (.lif-ci-im- I'oflici,' of Doputy "Mim.-.i<-;r'b'f ��� Mim::- j
ination of tliu C.V. II..hauling mcrhwill ^ivc -gi--nr?r;il' .-at-i.-'fiK'iii.in inj
charicliso from, Eastcriv Canadian j cri.T;.' . pa,r!;. of .Jh'i:i:-h '.Col 11 iui,;'.-;.'
points to Vancouver and hack to Xo mail in thf.s ProvincC
points iii, Kootenay for a. Ie:-s . rate (pin lilicrl for'. ��� t'hi/- iv.orkr.': th
ihanit hauls gbods froinvKea.-^tern
An' ynii iw*i*v(iiis?
j lln you I'l'i-I older Hum you ust'tl lo?
: N your nppctiif pom*?
j Is-your tongue conlfd  \vi111  a  slimy,
j        'yellowish f��M H
j Do you have dizzy .ipi'lLs? -
I ll;i ve you a hull liislc il) (hi> mo.ill]-'
j lines your  I'uo'l   cnini'up al'lcc (!iilillf,ri
I �� il I) ;i sour til .si i'!'
1 Have you ;i sei|sii|,iii||  of   fuliiicss iifli'l*
i eiilin^'-1
l)u you Ii.i'.-j' lii'iii I liiii'ii?
(i, j .nir.l.O'jks, i.u.l <,r.. (VccriviiiK prn<iii.(j i|< inil"-, u! ! U" Vou licli ll g.is or \\ ind?
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lnJ,l!l;S^Kr,te '"' J"""' '.'"'i-   ''I��.*k wi^-ks hefore .he
.: ..-     i-'O'Cnil, !inhii/i,  iiaiiM.-s :oi'l '(tir i.-xltii-ivi- i on- r eye-.'
  J'  "'��� : no'...'i.n,' <m:,i.I.i!(w 11 ���( ii> in:ik�� s-f/'icliil u;im- v in, 1 I hi vou Iia ve ii.iiu 01 (i|i|iH'Sf,ion aroulid
Its ijicUtiit eiU'l'ji'ie,- sill lira t'.'d with   t lie ; Muytn.M  -yiu-bjv "liokirtile '.'.miiufie uin i < of ' "i|,��� l|,.,i|.*v
fojjvof -po'li',!.!;!' d.'ii^ity Ihut.iipvv^'ikei^;^^ riu.-s you,- I,,.;,,I   p.ilpilnle or  hei.t it'
ll pall iilx.V.e itvH Ijiiiiitiitio'ii at'ijinid   f-Ire i��� orn-'ti-iiK t.'i.HiKui'nO "i"- [>rl';<.-t��� il.ill ';<-':iip'ij< l.i-' 11 ���/ill.irlv!''
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'   (c   j/fasps .-i>t,  everv   strau- 'like  ., ! ,^h:ybj ���Vs,'��,.ii.l m.T.;.;��;iiit .,M,,lu,i. /���>,,'.\" y"u   '.'" M ''""'''' .,     ,  .
yttill' i.vl  clv.i.,-. iiHl.riirti.oeV ;.||ii leiiii'i.ajr-''ef j "'' w'Ui  liniU. 111'liililf (if vilirill (���."'
Wifli. f.r vtrmlu/.-c Ui nnyt.-f, our Wioh-h-i'/i ,,\ ||,(. ' Aie > nil ri*.-Ili<h- a I  lliglil?
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" ' i \ \' F. tviVii t., ttyr.n in.j-r.-j-ji'rith ivii.h iiiJ l,nn i Mil..
.'���'';��� V>    . (.*�� leuial   .'.i.-jV-ry   -.yii.'iare not. nil, ,nl; on 1
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(iKT'A   JJK'i.'TKlt   ONK   TllUOUO'll
The International
Correspondence Schools,
SCJKAN'TON, l'.\.
Tins wurlil needs you, hut,needs you
Lr.-iiiU'd.    Wo teach liy mail, Meehaiu'--
'(���al, Slciiui, Uli'ftrifiil, Civil a lid-iM in iiio;
Hiiginci'i'iiiffi Shop and  Koundt-y I't-ae-
lice;    ArchilccliuT,    Pliuiiliiiifj;,   Sheet
and J run work; Ti'lepliuny, Teli'^raphy
Glieinisti'V, Oi'iiaiiienlnl Oesi^n, l.ci.iei'.
ing     and     Sign    , Pain I.ing;     Kngli.-li
Mi-undies,    l'oo!ilc.'('|iing   and    Sietm.
.gi',-i|ihy, Hlrrlm.Tliiw.'i pen lies, (iei-inan,
Ki'ijiifli and Spiinish. ���
Wlii'ii wiiLin/jf stnl.i! sul.joel in which you are inU'i'sted.
W. II. iMcDOUf.'AI.L ItepiCM'iitalK'e,
F. 0. JJox i:��). , Nel-ion, IJ. (;.
Established 1801. ��� 'Capital. $1,500,000,
tf^iffion?'^
'h-Viwniii.y rat, anil ;,'i)ii.sIk
��� im! 101.en I, i-age   ii,4
lll:v   a
its teeth in ;
11;   rt.!t.i'e,'i,(.< .1
whipjied cm'' into ir..s de'i'i.
Herald irmst  liave  (.���('ivill.e'
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! t.i-.-ele iiiiaWi,,��� ii, iu pL-i'Xr t)i(:  01-(!<:r  ;U   on. i-  in ' ..
lln: I ���'���-���:. ii.e.d-. ,\.:A l.hft gootiTiiry,- |.ro'ii|,i lv foi   ! ei-''-'1"-
'v^i'"1' . ���    :'   v   /       .        ,   .        i Ar/e
Canadi;in ]ioin W direel to 110mts,in
���Kootenay. ' in. nlhcr , word", the
C.-'J'. \i. vhauln nierehandiFe !)0()
mile-: for loss . than nothing in
order to helji Vancouver inerchants.
>zi'A thetradeof Ilie"up|ier country,"
a trade "that can he handied'to
much better advantaee from .Nelson
or, lio.s'.sland or Kaslo or'iievel.stoke
or U'e.-it liol.i.s'011."
.���-reuce il.iit;.iii.lu��>. (in a moment. of i^X^'''' -;��^^'^^^!!*^r^''^'; ;::'''i'   S"
i.'oiriiie. '    Ife posKCi'-jt-c-'a l.liriiy.iiyii
knowledge of ���llio milling   ind'ii.;-!i'y.
and liis:'lon# service in the  j(o<-eni-
ment peculiarly    (its ' him  -for.the
oflico.       Moreover,   he ha* Ihecon
fidclice of a \'ery   kir-ve 'projior.lioi;
Of   the,, 'jioplilatioii, .and    i:-    v/-i
popular in evi;r,y rjiifi.rl<��� r.    In iii;,i.
ing thin- iippoTii'tiiioiit';. Ihe.C'ovein
inenl, liris sli'ivvn   that   ocen.-inna li
if can ri.-:e lo the.   rcijuit'emenl:',   .,|
iveakne.-.s) 'l(-|"'j��itcd in. the-.��� .-jfiKill
eitvit-y ill the eei-el/cllini) of i(s coeoa.-
iiut'who.n it sjin.in<; that cal.eclii.-'ni on
.|iliy.-iicsi aiid lion-ili(,-d -a. vv.-it.'di'ous
u'orld with the startling .^peelacie. of
iii.ikiiig an iiss of il.self,
The wriggling of the H.criild under
llie rod of eoi'i.'er:|.inn' is sad, hoai't-
i'' tiding and siieetaieidar, it hciti.-
iiiiahle. to niis-e. its yotee in defence of
.'.le Jvaiighliii's' ajijioinl.ineiit, or to'
in-iii'y I hr:.cold hlooded idiotic .scalp-'
hi,'.* of I'ill-v AriiiKli-nng. f'-allied and
'.voj'steil in its charges thai, I promised
>fli|iJ>lo-'.-a,,-<rf i>lmo<VK"'i'\ ' !��� ''in
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0< eti|i,ilion.
licli'y.'iiAn-h kve Inn-' i
fo -'iiJ.'i'n.: iii;i.i-j,-'i.,|-,l'or I'-iii'^ii '.lie-}' a.iv: n 'i.i
-,',���'.���   f.oiillil'.i.tiy   nrfJoinrin.-ii'l   l>u;''.:iv lo oirl.i
������li'1'-:'.-   ,<iini[>i'; ./,yrr.. for l>y 'loiirt' ho ll��� ^ ... il! i
oliiyiin (.hi; i.(i. .,(-, -md rriO:-a. hiking ut,vi-]t\i -.
f.'firi'*ixii'iii"rit< of firo'Iucc   I'l-.c.fuv'V oiin-fnl at,- |
Uaillon a.ii'l.wi; ;fivn i*'lviirorf-' tonuy (.-xl.fal.,.,     j u
I   lilllOOl'l'
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 Slale    ..
It von have any or nil  of  (he    aliove
vu'I'Ionk you piriliiilily have Dyt-|n'|i-
ia.   ��� Kill, in, din uliovc  hliiuk, send I"
hkI.'wi; will mail you.u free trial of
1'Vii* twenty years I had iieen iisull'iTi-i* f'roin lironchial tnuiiilesaceninpanied
Willi a hacking cough. I at I hues stiU'ered lYoui extreme nen-ons prosl ral inn.
Alioul, I'niii' yearn ago I hegiin taking Kipans Talniles, and sinc-e Ihcti I ha ve
used Ihem prel ly constantly. I uircly retire al, night wil.houl (,-iking my T.-ihuIe
mill I find (hey keep my digestive oigans (u Inch naturally are we;il<) in good
older, and (hey also ,-illay my tendency to nei vousness and make nie sleep.
f'lT.injil. iiiM   pn.iiHlii.WnX Hl.tuiit.ion'l'. Hi': in, i |-|''l'sl k'f ll  .V'l'AI'l lV'1'4    ���������������oi;1,���.
(VV-.t- of '.oiTcsi/ori'liaif:, ifi^nMn.-.r will, r;v,-,i,H. i ' ���'���' 'V K   "lA   > A ,,lj''' h ~ lUHpiesLloll-
Imwx.iifiri iifikln mid ni.riilKlii j'ai'ly ���(In* -Mire."*; yi.nd  safi'.st  Oyspepsia
''iii-e  l;iiowii-.|iig(,'i,liei'  with our lill.U'
I
illK'I.V IllO'l .       ,
fonvavl ,l,,;UiM^..,, Iiiii-Vi/iiihIiIiM lis.!..'> iiiuliil'iitn
f.a- l.ln. j;i-iMl,:r [iiirl, 'if it. '.lenliii-y. a i'Oi/iil,-il.lon
v.'lik-h WiVihIikI l.rV.i linioli IOiillow.il, to hi! l.ni'n-
i.-ilicl liy i|i'-iiii..li'il,ir;l':i(;loryexi;(ail,io/i of n. hIiihIc
li-,-i.ii.--:t(-tion, y\lll.ll*l,-;iy':
���    WILLIAM WIL<;ONl,& SONS,   ..
.MI-ailll.i.-.TS A til i  ,MAM.IU'/Wij'l''lll;a'.'Hr Atll'.S'lVI
lKink'���-���"Ad'yici'.to lly.ijiepticH.",  Regie
hu- -i/.c-I'i-jisikfihi  Taliiets, ti.', cents,' hy
uiiiil, or of your druggi.-it.. ,      "y.
AGENTS WANTED.
AT   DRUG-CISTS.
J'he livi'-ccni pjickct   is   enough   for nn ordinary occasion
The family bottle, sixty cents, contains a .supply for a year.
Aevnrucn   Lvn'm.  J'.'ONI.if>N,
Coi'rcsjiori'Jlonco  Invttod.
K.C-
THKLAXAKOLA COMPANY,
I"' Vissiiv Stiikkt,       '-NliW VOHK
Send Your paughter to
Pitman's Business College.
Last-week tho.O, I.1.' J{���. (Jo, engaged
niiol her graduate at,$15 per month to
commence.
This week a   eiiy  hanisfe-r  engaged
aiioLhcr gradnale tit. $10 per inctiith.
Husiness Itinghi, hy Imsiness men.
Principal: MISS E. KlULlAKDS.
MERCHANTS,
We can supply you Willi a lii-,1 class
loose, h'dgei', sysiem ..which is lictl.cr
than ..those you send e,-isl I'm: and is
only a third (if die I'tice.'.. Pal ronize
home induslry viik'; send uh yoiit'ordi'tv
for loose leaf ledgers ,-uid i'('()nisiles:
Iherefor.
Sani|iles and prices im ;ip|ilical ion.
Till-: KOOTKNAY iM,A IIV
licvelslokc'
/ rrm moTMM: mail  ky  X  LEAD REFINING.  Electrolytic Process in   Operation  [���������A-y^by;���������/'���������[���������������������������.��������� y'y:_at Trail.;:  by      a;.;.  To tlie Trail smelter belongs - tlie  >hqn'br. of being tlie first to introduce  y; a process of (refining   base   bullion  v., .by electrolysis^   The process is the  %.('.; (invention of A.y G. M. jBetts, yand  .y.;,?''great.;.credit;is';'diie to,; tlie'' manager  '.-:���������;������������������ of the smelteiv Mr. A Id rich,for the  v j successful lhan her ih which .he has  yvvbecn^abletovutilise'theprccess. -t  ;;;v.,.''*-.-v.--''';:-^  1     lias'afdaily capacity;:'boi   ten' tons  ;y,and cost #25,000.; vlt; is built: on  v    tlie principle;of a coppery refinery.  ',:"���������':':A plant;to (treat 30 tons ;a;dayyis in  y���������   contemplation.;; b -The;vdepositing  y   r66m:c6ntains 20 vtanks'."': raised to  allow of'examination v for   leakage  v    arid i;emoval'of solution arid slimes.  ('yvA suction piimp is used to. lift the  v ^electrolyte;from the receiving; tank  y  and,circulate the .solution   of lead  yv- Vfluosi 1 i'ca'te,which possesses stabili ty  v(yuhjder electrolysis and high condiic-  yvylivity.    Froiriythis solution  almost-  .:.; pure.lead is/deposited.(Thesolution  -((vis obtained by dilutihg'hydrofiuoric  yyacid/of 35   degrees^ HFvyitli   an  y  ecjiiaPvohimeof.water(andsaturat-  vin gJ i t' (wi th Ipii 1 ve ri sed q u a r t z. ��������� 'b      -;  (.(irwyVyv^;^  -:( aTe'plates:((of :���������leady(bullion(' tovbe  vv(refihe4;cast'two v,iriehesv(thick^and  y(('(tlic cathodes: a re-yth in ( lead1,.^plates  vyyobtairicdyby   electro deposition - on  ;'yv'stee^(:(plalcs.:���������'-'(��������� ������������������'-. (Tlievvanodfey-arid  y ycathodes'are'separated(by(  yv:;of(l^(io(2(iiiclies.,(y;.(A'CU  'y-^ a inp(cresvVgrvcs((;the  ^.jyTheyeps't Of(thev:;processy(;isypri]y(60;  30''-VccntS';J)Cr.;;tOlV^  (vveiyythangtheyyfe  b (viriipurit ie'o( ntiii nly ((ad here ((loathe;  (���������-(aiiodev'arid'llM-.ijh'inediateyleilcl loss;  '(���������({ i'l ::*orij y](y03yv:p(e'rv ;een,t|:(wlii.clrivis(  'v;,:(cyeniiia;l^  iyvitr^lTeii ted,a tvSea ttle'for separation  lyer.(and(coppe'r(fcpiitents.  C:Py,R.b Train Plunges Into Pitt  A River on Friday.    ���������  ,y :  On   Friday an accident(took   place  at the Pitt River .,hridge,(24hiiles cut  from   Vancouver^   The vliridge (; was  being   repaired, and part of the,' track  had   been.'('removed.',.The, semaphore  signal- .used, for, signalling; a.-train  wheii. the sVving.of the bridge i,^ open;  was relied upon by they repair gang,; to  warn , the engineer to:;stop his (train.  Themistvthat1 prevailed lireventecltlie  signal from ..being.:-; seen,; or else, the en.-:  gineer,(thinkihg   it was for the ; swing  only, ;continuedy running; his y train,  calculating (thaWie' could pull up (at  the (approach-; to   the bridge, ,if,: the  swing-was.not "closed ���������.hefore.Jt-hc-, train  reached(the spot. yWheii he came  in  sight :(of the structure it wafitoo: late  to stop the train before  it-reached the  portion of the track (thatliad becivre-'  inoved.    Brakes( were ((applied, (-(.(tlie.  whisti.e blown, iiiul Ehgihecrv Mc(I)onr5  aid arid:his fireman jumped for,safety.  The   engine plunged' among the  rail-  lessyties, iiiul 8111111511 iiig; through   the  first'" trestle;( fell.: to tlie(river;'   hank,  some 25 feet heiowj followed by (three  cars.'   Neither tlie . driver orhis assistantwere '.hurt,-'but "the:(coiuliic tor and  brakeman in'(tlic!'. rear of the ti'ain,(rc-  'ceivetl'a(scvere''s.liiildng..(up(,aivd,(soy'e.r-  .il'briiises".'.,-,'...",,-. v(('(':('(.' v ' (":v( .yrj'-cb.  ((Passengers byNo. 2j (were transferred by: boat'ironi -Westminster tbJIan-  ejv(and li'-illic wiis resumed aV usual  nex't(day.;>'v('((.vv..:vv*v;,: I-'.'"������������������('-'(;((. A~y.  COMMERCIAL  BANKING.  Money continues exceptionally  in: Montreal. ("���������"���������  v.",Tlie, (Bank of..Coinmerce will  at Edmonton'next weeki ,.('y:    ���������  tight  .open  AMOWER'l  ForbAhe Medicinei   ThdtbRestored:  (yyy Her Daughter's: Health.  (bf'gphlfsii  ;->i&-  am::,  :are;i--runniiig.  <'at  bil  y:-:vv(Groftbirsiheltei' is<ih.;full(blast.y(;;y:v  ^.y^yCi'friW  v;'i(ii:t.:y^bi.rysvi)le.(,sinelter(:::y^  J-vjy;(;' J)Wti'i;!'d:i(ry(::("iiii iios; :ircVViil) iprii ii J?y I ^90  yy(m^yb^^yybyyybyybyyyyybyA:b  :������vv Fbur;feet('solidvore  ;*>'.;v:6!l:-. t ho(i yifiihoo^: ^;^:^������������������;^i���������(,t.^^"V:^���������J^?s;^%v v.(!  :!'b>-. A :.Hossliiiub-v ii'siiio (pavroil vfor-  1:1st:  JJV-(iiVphV;iiyvrKk(::!}y93,000^ (yv|v.v:!;(;y:v((^(-.^;:i(��������� "(y^:,v  v? ;((vYy (i'' fc( 1 i y sir Hce ((lial( Ijee try hi adc(v 6 ij(  '(syCJ) u(|.i ca pTGrcc k^yY ii kp( if yyyy1 A'A yy by-A,  (v:v5'(vTiie(vTyctelysiiii)S:;(|IC0;ib  y(^yd <i;yv( t oy J ^ytl y s pi i rlv( (s nro 1 to r ;(y J; vr y:( vj:((yj;: (!(.y  Vs^W^r-ct'S s IVi i" ji'i^.l i'(i s^.t a' kcCiV-^.-pi sicp.v-i n.:(-;iic..vlti.> i.  vfestbtk; ^iiili iiigvf fbnv;i2."los':(tb'������.t  r:U^>A-yytbybbi'::yy*::AAyAy,':^Ayyyy  /���������av?;(du(m  y(''(o(iVly;:'-two;:yfnrn:ft             '  ��������� -v ^\ or tl i jwrt(:sniel terv':  ;vv,::y;.V.i(.-,l'i5:lpi;spii.-.i.s^  A, any y lb xlevclyp (clai nisyi n.vwhich (hc((;is'  ::y((ii).t:erestcch"0)iyFislivGi'efcky:'y:v;y  yvfy'Atli'u.(yielded  y:ycar,Kor:'(dou^  >" viiiiiiiily due tbyhyclrau  ('(('���������������'���������������������������-Treiiiiriitibiisy: are,,;ybeihg" hiadc(',for;  :'testiiig(die;Ed^s6iv;-cl&tvicyprocess'von(  .y;i'.brc.s(pi. SJ.bcaii";,6.ex:tract(zinc.::;. (" vv'vyy  v:.-' Thc(-NobleylyiyC:has ytigaiii;(vbl6scd  v((dpwn(pendihg:set:;tlenient;of litigat|onV  (;(The':ih.ineriiiver..l6okkl-better('( -;((((;  ":: '������������������- ( Tl i c' o \y ii e rs; o fy the (���������' Triune (a re>;'-1 ia \';  (^ ing it; wagon,road of a(mHe :iricl ayhalf  ybuilth'bin(Tc;;iv Mile tpvtlie aerial"triihi;:  v:,::iyStbck(in'the:((ReveIstbl<e(&yM  ,;v ough'(.CreckyHydraulic Cbiimiin)',y(tb:  v.:-,t;li'e( ex.lci.lt'pi $7.00O-(iirts  "(v-iiv-'tbis city.' (,>:(''������������������(-���������(������������������ ('���������":'(((.::������������������?:(-��������� ������������������-;;'(:('���������.;'���������-( ���������-  W'Thrcc-feef(of Ore lias, been ('devclop-  i'cd( in((.the(gi'aiiife(foi'inatibri(bn( the  (Vciius. (: (The'.(t ore- cliu te(liiis--'( therefore  (;(db(i!i'led''inAwid.������h.^  ^���������v^Thc"'votc'at:(the,(G  ": -resulted:V"fbr'8i'' hours ('uhdergrouhd  ���������;,33;>J'ii^iinsty'-ia9;:(]w;yote:^  ;;'viiieans(the(nicn-'deinaiiclJ-retiu'i: tp(the  >'r Syhbu.r'd*iyy!''.;:v.'::-;.v''.vv;:V'(J,ri';,^(Vv^-^  'by'(Jbhii'vlIayesiHahihipiidythe einiii-  (cii't'. niining eiigin,eer,:.wiIlyvisit((:Fiur-  vvlew(tO'(report'bn( die Steuiwinder  ((free:inillihjj( grp.up.ywli'ic,h.:-:aii. ylvnglish  : 'syndicate, is about(to piu'chnse. -:-(;(;v -  '��������� MThe good'-news'";.coiiies:that:the Cnr-  :..vibp:)'-iiijhe. Gaiup , M.bivinney( will pay  'a;divideh(t of'.2A- perJycciitj On thcvcap-  (: ital v stock v iiext. -nioiilh, which (will  ;:nieajy;a(distrihutipn;of^l.25,t)Q!.); ,,   (J  (,,,v 11,   G.-jniiie owners' who have ( been  ,  proposing, to fjike', advantage of   the  ���������deinand   foi'/.inc.ores.by sliipiu'iig   to,  ��������� the Btates'iu'c disgusted.to lind there  ,is a duly'of"20 per cent on'this ore. (  "   VSIoeaii .isKoking yup.    ITerc  are  '"'. sliiiinie'iit's for last i'nonth;���������Payne' 100  tons, '������������������|v,nnhbu''20,-;'Biinsct-2!.(-:'AiueH-  : ciin ,, Hoy-2I, IV.-im .20, Wonderful, ift  Silver' ti'liince -bi/butli 121-, . Aii'toiiie  Tljiind l{.;i*:.".Lec.44.-'.  ,y. ::-,( ' (.(  v According to' the News l liyron  Wi)iie predicts' Ivootenay will.;within  ,.'ii very short, time hayea-'groater.-ineiiH-  fire   of, prosperity   that*'   ever,'-, he I'd re,  |,and l,lie:|ii'(ispe,i'ity; will he largely cine  to -, 'vvo'i'king mines tlitit pnnhiee iiinu'  ores.-.'' ('���������������������������' ''     '-"t^ ������������������"'  .': ��������� ���������':'���������������������������:  Sl.i(c\,.L-Iaicl(;.SiiH,c'rctli'fiw  ���������((y'acliesjWbin'.iting/nnd-E'x'tV^  (('((.Kvybiisii6ss,;vyii'iid(v( 'Fea-i'e(l;v(Sh(e;(!--(:(,  H"';(:7.JJvMpi'W'-:^pt-^  J(:-:'v::;v<vvvvffvv5vvS-������reiig^  (;; Every;;,,'priklci'ityiripther(/\yiI|(((wa(tcli(  . cii ret ii I lyvythc-;: liea 1 tliyy of v( hcl^vpuiig;  ;diiu^h,terf'aitv:,tlie;i)cripd(when%slie(;;is;  ������������������.'pa'ssing--.f.roni'-gi'ri!io;W  ,Tfiis,;JiJci;.ip'ti'i.is(Ui'6;;.'.-'in  A'bung;gii;l!s;life;yvlt is,;;the'n;t,liii'tj;:sije(  be'co.in.es^  (edywithj.heaclachesywithbuttfJiippiireiit  (c(iUisc(v(Thevvbibpdyb(ecohives(thiil  ���������(sviltbry.(.(yand((iiiilb  :|:*ikei,v:'.vt.pfo-;'restibra:'it  ��������� hciiltri"-giyihg'i(vycp'.iul,it'irtii':id  perhaps b p ii s ti ivVp tib ii; Ay ill (f o 11 o \y i. ^'(J) r J;  (Willhlni^'Tibk^  -piile,v-.lriiieiivi^  any,'b.ther(mbdiciiie'van,d?;;.;;nvot^  Viiiti ke ��������� -.x n o vn ii.^.tii.Ucj,=i fvt(1 -ey-iA'i iisij-s^ii ppVi" -.  (tiicir(grb\vingydaughtersy;takin^  pi 11 s (f i-p n.'iv'ti ni 6', Vq(;,V VnV^V'(-( v'M rs'/ F o (G a'se;:  ;a(=liidy^y(e(jl;knb;^  !elis(;wha't:.t iie.se-pi 1 Is-liii \-c (d oiid(f c> r (1 ieiv  ;d a ii gh t. e'r v((: S h e (������sa y si---' 'J I y( d ii ugh tei-'*-\  ;Catlierih'e,:(;:;H'ged;;fbiirteeny3!y  stitl'eriiigy'grca'tly^^viUlyscy  :iclies,:jy:-;vbiri.i,tjiigy,pi;ndyy^  Slveywas so(cb.mp(lelelyy"'(ruh::d^  we'icared-tba^  iier:strbiigth;:::(A\'ettrie^  "'cine's':tiul;...tli'tiy(yd'id  Miygbbd-i^Ttheu'-tiibught-we-JAVOukl  (try:vi)rf\yill!iinis';Tiiik  :i'esult'(:h:asi((bceii -iip^  ;hopesj(j;: She:'; liasv fully ;'i-ecbyerud:(b(er  ltca itli4:ind strciigjUv,; a lid ^Iiyshii 11:(' Ijp  ;very(-glad:ifvthis;ex[)e.riciicc(jvilli((help  sonie.(other sufVeriiiEf:girl- rigitiu'vlier;  A\c^ih.yryyAyb^yAyy'Ay:yybb,  '������������������::(. '-"]>iv" ,-\\v.i 11 i ������������������������ m.s 'y-i* i n k :��������������������������� -.p il.| ifrni a K (i -rip,! i ;���������  red:blood (aiid; giyp'��������� ^ new:, stvengti'i:ivi|li  eye ry( (j dose. ;(Th by.':,;.-'', c u r e,fc a ii ac m eiu  heiidaclip,;heai'ty'.piiiin(tM.tibn^  .and; ���������'.������������������b'i:i'ng.,'M  ;iiud::sallp\v::-checksv(yThcsc-'pillsv  alspy a cei'tnin,ciVt;e(;for;( the- ailnichts.  11 i ii t' in a k c' tlie: 1 i yes o f jlio y mi ii ny \y pni civ  a-burden;'((Be; siirc'yp'u y'getJ thej-jg^n-,  itihe((:witli' the'full liainc ;';.Dr.;i-AViJl-  ' i ii iii s" ((Tin kl^i 11 s(f u r Taj e; Teopj.ei"/, o������;  thbAvra(ppery('arbui:id.;Cvery(b^  by:: a 11 -niedicincy- deaf ers or sen ty; post  paid;;it^40cl-iV,l)px(Qr six ybdxps.'for' $2,'  J0;-?by(ad(li'essihg(Thevbr;  Medlcin'cv-CQJv-IVt'bokvillei-'O'rit'  '-, Gilinari,Son &Co. New York bankers, have ,f;uled for $200,000. ��������� ���������( ( ((  The ,E;tnk of ITaiiiiltoii will j.prob-  ably, opena branch at.Ivamlbbps.  '������������������'..,;E. ,P. Wihnot'hiis beeii transferred  from (Calgary branch of Molson'sbahk  to.-Vaiic'ou'ver.branch. ,v . .-������������������ -.:: y.y.b  ''"-'.'���������������������������;'������������������ ft   '���������'���������'.' ' ������������������--.���������, :���������       .���������.--.���������''-.: ;���������-'; vv  Mr.1 Malpasunamiger' of the Feniie  branch of the Bank of Confmbrce, has  been appointed manager,at Cranbr'ook.  ��������� TlievBankof Commerce opened.,',-;in-  Galgiiryv bit Monday 'hinder inanage-  nientyof G. H. Iiowley, ���������;,' formerly of  Viincbiiver(Und,r Winnipeg. (' Haiid-  sOine oflices; ,iire 1 e|ng;(built(for: the  bank by-P. Burns/ ���������:"'��������� -���������.:;;"'"-( -;;���������'. ;i (v. v,: :(,  ' Counterfeit (Jlolsoiis aiid 'Bank (of  '"Mpntrealy hills'.,; are( in;v(circulation.  The "%?);' issued liy (theiBjihklxiLMailtc.  realare nuiiiberedjii each series up to  3,000,OOQv The counterfeiisarc numbered from 9.000,000.'- In: the Moisoiis  Bank bill the date is.fuiy 2,(1901, (and  thc'series.tiumber 21-1,25813. '(jy'(,(;(.  (.V'well-known Montreal banker expressed (the bpin ipii that (tlie (growing,  scarcity(-:of(tive';ahd (toli-dollar bills  would create,a mpst:awkward,(if iiot  serious;conditipn. of affairs,in the tin--'  an'c'itil, \yorld beforethc present-:' great  deniandCyfor (fiinds, passes;.'.away. In  vyiewvof tlie.increiisiiiggraVit^vbf (the:  sitUiifioiiiythcGoyei'Mincutjiad ybceii;  .approached(iby the (biii)ks'vfor permisy  (sion (to, issue. nicSre jivcand y tdn-doliar:  hdls,-(;and as.(securit.y;:Jthpy;J)vercy pre-:  (pared Jtq eitheiygivc(thev. governnieht  .ah(crpiiy;ileiit;.in;c;isli( brih-ylJpiiiiiiicMi  -.-bonds bufc;S(ifiir:the(Goycrniiient;:':li;i'd  (nbtv sieenyifs way';; tb gi;ii ntihg. tlieyyre-v  Tiu^ybAA-A''byy:-Ayyybyy^/r:ybyyy:x:  JA Tlib-;-!- iU)hu-.il"stateiiieiit,y:Of vMolsoiis'  'BankvyfoTyertrJein^^  as:--Thc-iiet-prblits loi' ;the veaiy:-iu'c  !j!35 t;000:vvQfitliis ,sn lii.v $225,000(;wei)t;  iiit.o;di\:idetidsyiViid;(^  (tpJtlie^i'esen'e.'Avhiclivnow'aihoiu  iji2,250,00O:y:;(;The(yh(biiiintei,;est( bearirlg(  deposits. :anibuiit(to,.ii3r);o4o(00b:is-conv-:'  Tared;,:witb(>|i2,792.000((a yenriigp(-y;Thf  in(tcrcst'-bV*a'i:i:igde'pbs'i.t.*ii'ii  ;V55T,0Q0as.eoliip.!irw^  ;:yeaiyyiigo(. -yThcf Bi. ii k 's(Ti c> tpj(jj<ii r<iu la fc-.;  '���������i'd'ri'iai'noii^  (cil :��������� vl \vi.Vl il (,^2;458,po0' Vt (ypa'i:k;^gP.--^: Call's*-'  ���������'iit-'dr.'iv-J'slibrt^  .s'tccksvainou'iit^  pared vivi'tli $1 ;2l-X00b(a:y^  Jewelry Store  'is lis well 'worth':iv  wititrasiiii'jii-t/gai.  k'iy. The Jc'wolci  ;:iik1 .Silver SinilliV  ,>\rt. is, gne-c>I:J;'ll|e  bidc.st and iiiiesi; its  . produtlionsiuiioii'-,'  tlie liiosKe.xqiiisiU'.  If .such yihings .ai-o  not.hrtislic l.Jiey.iii'e,  of]ittlo(.Vuluc.   VV;(  |���������-rJ;v^CT^r^^.-^.-^������J���������������^^^^clralMlJl|.���������^xi^UJ^������^���������������^���������l fff  TXZ&LIE  EDDY'  nh.  TABLE  ;��������� S. S.   " Lardcau."  7;  ���������sunVvpf.-i>7.50P has: bcenJaddecKtb;:  offi cersvpeivsii pb; f ii iid J,::J>((v;y((;;?:';:;:?::'  'the  ^FINANCIAL.  vi '^f ���������wishes?vv'eJrc -horses:  beggars'would ride." (( (  ;    Gobdintentions'wbn't  (make gfood-shoes.((   (y  (yv Goody materials and  reliable work cost nioncy.  ,(;;���������; ''As gobdr'shoes -can'ly  possibly (bey retail cl y lo A  -^t-ssv-than; th-:;(  price,   stamp-id  Miles ol'-- (; *',:-  WMihiei.  ::(;.>V;: (y((SblerI^caii;Ageiits  '*m-������':L)NIQ'N::  -^i  "ICING  HDWAHD" 1000s.  '���������HEADLIGHT," oOO-,.  "KaGLH," 100s and 20Us.  "VICTOHIA,"  "LlTTLli COAIKT."  FOR, SALE  EVERYWHERE.  Are the best that can be bought.  Don't experiment with other and inferior, brands.  USE   ZEIDID-yS  Comfortable am> Beautiful  Furnished Homes  (V-qiC'll  ire Hindu possible with.'iut great  choosing   from our   large   and  varied  .-lock.  Golden and   Flemish' Oak   Furniture, Cio--s-  ley's .Siiporb Carpeots and Kugs, Scotch   and  "siiver-  euel  : lias!  ���������'������������������Willia'nis',  '':. Coast hulls,wi 11 iidvaiicc fheJprice'of  'himbbiv.1i2iio.rW  yy*caci:from;Trail.(!*efiner^  wcldingv the -joints of- the (Coliinibin  waterworks:systein'y. '-(" vy-.yy;-v.vyvvvy'v  ( Thev;Hiiiton': 'Elcctric;Co.-'has(.;tlie.  contracfiv'for thevinstalhition of .elect-:  ric liglit ab;-Vcnipii.--': :.y -:0 y;   .  y.'Siiwyer'(Di'os; (expect to\ luiye: ihe  electric0 lightplaut run,iiiiig(af( Yci'j>-,  u(son(by(next inonth'.y.: (.,:':.;(' .'.'   yvy  ..; The ShuswuiiyShiiiglc :& -JjUifibor Co'.  have engaged the - steanici'dOthelyKps!-  for use iit Sicanious aiid fjpyinoiirA rm.  laiiulicr  of. '.'$ 100,000,  of a'., sawniill  .yvThe'V'Xew'Ybykivjstockviniirkct;  .'.rccbyorbdyfroiiiyia^  :yv(i?rehch;y;fiiiii;nc;esv ai'eviii(ity'criticiil'  ':.5'.fc'a(t(i.'i:,:::Tvl(lC*ydie|i.ci^  ���������foi;ty(iiiillibn<db']arg;::y;vy(^  ("y^fediciive'yiatvsbldC'iis^  - toTtlic'^1 ci-clfah &���������-(jJaii ^  ;for-1il0i000(wbrth'-.bf^iV;percen(s,;;ah  ^L000y?prbniiulh(fpr ($22,000-Ofvojyper  ceiitsj(y(C>bpd:f^r(tiie: riiilrcjiiul(tb>vii!:(;((  ('(::^V;vwi'iter;::b'ii-the(-:resources;of  Crows ('!Nest.Goaliickls'savs'"(the, coal  tlicre(: .is'es;timated-((ht;v 2^:,505;20O,00O  to,ns.;;;;yif(;(tliis(,,,coaiv:r^  ���������gbye^iiiiienfcytlip:'^  the:xfC'rbw.-s.';v'.is^estv;-('C^^^^  bring; toilieprovinciiil, treiisiii-y? tlie  :enprihous.siui)'bf,$XJ*1.29i7GO.060':v(::.v.:  (��������� MiiiiiigC'i.' (Jriicoy expects.the .'triiin-  .paj".'' coiinccthig tlie Venus with 'the  Athabasca '.in ill will bo. coin pie tccb by  'next.month, and he1,will he iii  to ,: keep the (cii stanips'of-.tho..  I'm Sea. crushing yoiui.s.y'o.r'o for.  in.oiiths to eouie.  shape  At hatha ny  Wo liave not advanced the price of  our tobac-jo. Amber -smoking, tobacco,  Bobs, Currency and Fair. Play chewing  tobaccos are llicranie size and price to  . the Consumer as formerly." We have  also extended the time Col' the redemp..  tion of Snowslibe'trigs to' January 1st,  1904..   y , ���������;('.;',:,' ���������������������������.'���������'.- ' :    .-  iTIllvKMFlHE TOBACCO Co. LIMITED'  Company'.; with a capita  are   engaged in erection ,.    .  at. Wai'dncr, which .when -'Coinplelwl'  will cost:$00,000.,(:.!,:v';(/.,       ,  .- .]{:.. i)i'ittaiii, |.'iitent. Attorney, V'aii���������  eouver,   semis, the- foi lowing  list   of  ���������patents'issued to British  ColumbiiinV:  .1;   N. Ure.i.i, billoel', iu.it ioek, iind  lMoirison,.Nelson, hgse coupling.  Referring to (he-waterworks , being  put iii at Ferguson :by AV:' Jb-I'ool ihe  ICa'glc siiys:���������-"By (the"2s"uh ihst. tlicrc  will' be'iii pperiition one.vof. the ('(best,  waterworks systoiu jn,iNorth Kooteii-  ay;'v (   ��������� y ((.'-i^' ������������������:''   ���������   /,'���������'������������������ (",(   if-'  .'.Cap't. .Saiidcrsoii,y owner of the Arrow i' Lake' limekilns'; has had a,, busy  season'.((..ITe supplied .'the lime for the'  new brick "buildings at'���������' Revelstoke  and ';' turned bul: -nil .excellent article  which set1 almost���������li.kb'bpinc'i.it,.��������� ���������  \\v .Cowan has aniihged.wifh-,1)'  Klihk for.the pii'rcliiisc   of.hi:: saw-rtu  at Troii.f 'I-iiko of.tlie'uuelous   of   the'  large   mill which will'/'be   estalilished  there,   by   the conipaiiy of '* Aiiic-i'iea'u  y^A^bfb^OMM^  (-': ;A(i-eciproCiil caiitrhiisbecn aii-anged  ��������� .bbtj'vcc,ii(:No'\v,foiindliin;dy!J-rtnd(t^  ;ed-B't;^esv;yry.(S- (('(vyi:':.;((((;(-;(: y''-'(,vvi'-:((( vy-'.(', v  .y:'(;The:;(stock:;;;;ii!(tlie".;;assigned ������������������ estate,  bf/; J^jCi-Guiniinps^vCbJatvTergu^^  is ��������� to/he sold: hyiauctibn'iit Nelson .bii  ���������NpyyTth(;vy((yj^^^  vvThe^trade: of.Ciinadu for.--tlie :;year  (L90T2avasinciirly;/ ^i^OOO.OOOv "(The  increase,:'sincc,180(i,( lias; ��������� ecu nearly  .}plS"5,0pQiq0p>(.','' Sln;dp;V;:(tji^"uiloiJtiipii.-. '':of.  tlie; Bntish'-preferohce; whicli was -viii^  brbrtseiiv,,^  :tlicreyh:is.;:been iuralipost' cbiitih.uous.  iiic'r(*iisbi.:aiid last   veiir-the figure'was:  !)!-U):2(jt),092, aiiCiiicreiisc: of nearly $20,"  -000,000,- pr70':pcr ccnf,;since'18U7.j:':(  iii-ii!-.'-  Utwcen   Arrowhead,   Thomson'?  Jyiiirii!.-.*;-.! '1 Comapliv, cowmciicins Oct. Hth,  it'll, v.: ! ��������� nl ;i= fulluus (weather pennittinK):  .!.(.>.i.:  .'irio-.vhf.Ki  for Thoihson's  I^inding  .ind C (,;.i.i;.!ix twice duily at Kik. and 15k.  I--ii-. i. Ci.iii-.pH-c and Thomson's Landiiig for  Aithm !i<.;ti twice daily at 7J5U^ and 12.151:.  JM.ikiiii.* flo-e coiincclion.-;  with' all C. I'. I*.  train-- and hrnl.-,. ,  The on:/ i-i rc-c rvc the rij.-Iit to change times  of Ni-in.,;-. '.'-itliout notice. ,  TIIK Fl{j;i) I'.OI'.IXSON I.U.MBER CO. LTD.  V: ItOWNSOX,  Managing Director,  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  P.oyal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  AU.AX' LINK- From Montreal.  I'ari-inn Oct.  -ViiiiiKii-tii Oct. 2G  Tuni-inii        -      -      .,-'-.      .        Nov. 1  DOMINION DIN'E-Kroni IJootxjn.  Morion Oct. 15  New Kii-ilaml      -,     -      ���������"    -      -      -   Oct. il  C'ommouwcrilili     -     -      ���������,    -     -     Nov. 5  DO.MI.VION LINE-Krom I'ortliind.  ('.LUfurnliiii     - ,.   -       OcL 25  C'olonian  Nov. 35  - I'l-:.\Vi:it UNK-l-'rom Montreal. '  L-ikc I}\,\otm   -    '���������      -      -      -   ,  -      OcL IC  Uikc Ki".u *'   23  Lake Mi ^-,11.lie "30  AMKUIOAN LINE -Krom New York.  St. 1'.ml c- Oct. 15  St. 1-oni-  Oct. 22  l'lii!.nk-l;ii.i    , ���������    '  Oct. 20  "it. I'mil  Nov. 5  b r a n o s<r?^^^.;;;yv y;(:|,  ���������'���������Our; ||^ciai^^^T^pm|i0^  RetailvD^aler'inyv^nza^  ^i^i;i^!';ftP^TbN|;JSte:;  vv(Fishvand:yGame(Mh^S*3a  ;:((v;(;;>.(���������(,All orders])i-oniptiy.'|";]]cd.v((v���������'(;(((:;(::  (ii75;HAi:6'(sTnEKT;(;Y:AKeo  ;, yyy R eop ohs; Sep te iri Ber'' S ret:'  ���������;���������'��������� A1;Hoarding and vDiiy.'.Sblibbl'for Oii-ls, ,;eon!  'd noted'byillie'MJpnioisellos.iv'Ke'riii/assiitetl by  staifof-Profe^siohillJTcachers-:;:.-.,,:'"A'���������\.' 'vv  JyKorKroSiie'StiusJvti^  ad on tho Estate of the Duke of Ai-gyle,.<Argyllshire,  by Greenlees Brothers.  Revelstoke Wine and Spirit Company, Limited,  AGENTS.  Sfirrgn-'r^i^TTigi-a^ragwr'-rTanTwi.^.^^ itmtim*rij$M9*^?x^i^mr.itv-.r.Tnur/....������**!i*3S!*c.  RED S  I'AR LINE-I  'rem Now York,  ICroonland  Zucland  Kiiilntid   -  .      -      -  -     ���������      -   .    OcL IS  -  '  -     -    Oct. 25  -      -      -,        Nov. 1  WHITE  STAR LINE-  -From New York.  .'Viitonic  Cymric  Oceanic-   -  Maji'i-lic  Celtic  <  1  ,    -      -      -   OcL 15  -      -      -     Oct, 17  - -      -        Oct. il  -      ���������       -    OcL 29  - . ���������      ���������        OcL 31  ClA'AltD I.INE-F  uin New Yoik.  L'liilir.'.-i  Luc.inta   -  Etruria  -      -      -  -      -      -     OcL 18  -      -      -       Oct. 25  v    -   Nov. 1  Pa-senger-i Uckc-lc-d through to all parts of  Gre.ii Ilrifiiii and Ireland, and at ppccially low  vau*i to all part* of the European continent..  Apply to nearc-.i railway or rtcanihhip agent or  to - '    ���������  T. V.'. BHADSHAW, Agent.- Revelstoke.  Tiains li'avi*  HKVh'LSTOKE  Ellhl llDUIIll  v . .  .ScHltllllUUIKl. .,.  Weellinuiul ..'.  Daily  S-20  . S:I0  17:30  ourist Car Service  l'AUl, '..';. Daily  TORONTO '.'.:....... '   Tut'pdnys ,-incl Saiurdiiys  .MOXTIIHAIvaiKl BOSTON .. ,   *   Thuixlavs   "  HALCYON (HOlSPRfHCM  IllTARJiii  ':'���������'.������������������ The lridst'eoniplctc Health: Resort ".on1  'Ay .i'tlictiontiiient of;,Nortli' Ainei-ica. vSitu-  :;:,: .'Jilted,midst scenery iiin-ivnllud foi' gi-nn:  ������������������:-,-���������" i' dcui'.V'VBoating, vEishiiig, .lCxfiiir.sicins.  J,:;.-" V.SkatingJ.and JSliootiiig. J Resident I'liy-  ��������� vv siciitn ;aiid::Nin-se.-    Telegraphic:, com-,  ',. ; .' V niuniciition with all' parts of tliey/oi-ld.'  :(, v-two mails arrive and depart, cvevy'day.  ',:'0':,': "lis.baths euro all nervous and muscular  ���������   ;,:   -: diseases;' its  wators" heal .all JRid'noy;:  ,v,:.;,.Lirei'ahd-Slomacli'ailnientSj'jand cliin  inato all nietalio poisons fi-om 'llie sys-  ,:;'.'���������    teiiiJ'J Its -.waters cannot, be ���������"surpassed:  .,'���������'-.' ���������;'.: for their healing virtues. J    v ;v;..        ���������'  Special  WinteryTerms ;,  y;;vv((Per:,::Week(  (S12((to(.S!5  ^REVELSTOKE, B.  C.  'Nowlv   buiit.  ABRAHAMSON   BROS.,   PROPRIETORS.  First-oliiss in every respect. l   All modern conveniences-.  ���������    ' L:ir<K) Sample Rooms.  ' Rotes SI 50 per Day Special Weekly Rates.  Queen's Hotel, Trout Lake, under same  mana^'emeni.  =XT3C*CCK7K>32K^^:  "METAL MARKET,  ',,Cop[iei', New;';Yorlc, Liilce. 1F\ Jto.-Jl}};  ('leclrolvtic 1 lji;; Loiuloh ������51'J5s. ������������������"���������(.-.-  : Lend���������New '"Vorlc, (fkOijv do ;$-1.10;  London, ������ J1 to ������ 12. Ih.,3il('���������   v, ��������� - b v >-. (. ���������  SilVei;���������New Vork,50g.y. (^v^y'  :  A COMFORT AND A CARE.  If   Your Home Is Blessed 'with A  \Baby"You Will Appreciate This:  A 1'iiby i:y:i priceless 'coinfort, but in'  it'.s   utti.r li(!J|ik'.*-i:ne,ss( is'iilso.ii  gi'eiit  eiire; ,,'.\nytiling tlint .wil'l relieve   tlic  .. j tired mot her si.ticl add to JJa hy's lie������ 1 Hi  '-?��������� jiiiid   lifij-jiiii'e.s'.s.,ii bo tli u.lielp'nnd'  n  frieiuh      This   is   wlint   makes,   the  ���������"tatetneiit ��������� of-' Mrs. (Thos    little,   of  Kingston.   Oiit., so; inU'resting to   all  mot hers.   .Shesnys.:���������''.W'lien niybaliy  was   eighteen ' .nioiitlis 'oldy lie   was  i sour stoniaeir'iind wn'S  ci)nsti|iated.    Tlie.se '."troubles  troubled with  badly  nui'le'iiiin eioss.ar.d,' restless, aiid 1  had., tb be up with' hi in a. number of  times (luiyiug'thevnight-;, ���������Tfini'ill.y got  a' box of Ui'iby's Own Tablets, and  after giving- (them tohi-n for a few  days .' his bowels bccaVie regular, <,liis  ��������� . st-',; line liy was, sweetened and lie 'slept  j,-,-'.'well. I iliink.those.Tablets nre just  wliat mot hers need, '.for their little  one.-'." liabyay-Own Tablets are the  best- .and must   convenient   form ' for  ,    ,...,,,.-,,- ..      , iiidniinisteringJ 'iiiedioirie to   tlie   very  ������������������apitalists with which ho is ns������(iciiil>--(l. j y,^,,!^ -^They-.': are safe:and   -harmless  '.The Vale-Co.ltinihia (Luiftber Con'ip- j iind irec.ironr opiates^ Sent post paid  any have under construction.a new j un receipt (.of price, 25 cents per box,  ini'll at, West, Rohsqn ''��������� tu-'ivphiee . tiie: by (tlie Mr. Williams' Medicine Com-  one (lestroycd.by lirev .iiiseph Geu<'H-yi paiiy.'.' Hroekvillc,- .Ont., or .Schcnec-  is' luanagi'ng (lirectoi' of the couip-ny('(Mily- N. V. A book ��������� on the care of,  mid expects In liiivi- lhe 'mill in cp11'-.; iuf.->ni;- ap������l���������children .sent fn-A on re  atioii within three months, y Lpiest.. Write for it.   .,    y,  .    y  ; wanted:  INK-  ytovsellyLRlNTEJ^ .  yjoiirnaTfoi-advertisers-r-i^  ;.ctlywcck]yviit:ti.vy.::tloll^  b'l t,:(t.oii,e|i,es-..,"tl!'e.'s6ipvi}''ao;'(;(a.iul, pnic-.;  (,ticc(of-:A(lyei:tising;:aiu|;isyiiigiriy (  k'Steeinecl-by thetiiiiost.stlccessiul  adyci'tisersin (this co'untr}v(aiid.,  GreatvBri tain'/.,: (Liberal coin ni is-, :  sioii : u I lowed.: :Addr(iss:vj.'.RlNT-: ,������������������  J.ERS' JNICi  'tdrk.^-v::-::;  (10Ki  jprueoy-.fcjl.,  SI.',''-New,;  r-.V7agfc^������ji>^^i^i.nwiuw^yiMULUL*t.lA,tf:i,,p:������g:fM  Korflrst-cliissieatiierwrit '������������������'  (^rifh Kfo (ifo (^ (^-^  W'  *~ *-~lt<*\isXT?T^ltTJ*iajtznn.*\r*  OOMAPL! X  ff>    ' Is Now Open for Business  -n"i:' .    Well Furnished  (������������>  ff5:  fli'  . The Best House in Town.  Good Table.  Best Brands of WINES, SPIRITS and CIGARS kept in Stock.  ,   W. HAMILTON, Proprietor.  *.������>,  r������n  S  rjfc  f^'i^ ,^r^t^f%'^r*^(^o|i^  ably furnished with the choicest the market  affords.      Best .Wines,  Liquors,  Kates $t a day.    Monthly rate.  & C igars.  Foi- full'  infvtrmalion  en 11 on ,or ad-  K.J. COYLE,      T.'W. I3RADSHAW,  A.G.P.A  ���������> '                    Agent",  VA-NCOliVEK..      EE VELSTOKE.  Sfiods,  t  Trees,   ',  Plants,  Bulk . ..".���������"'  GEEENlrOUSE PLANTS,  for Fall Planting.  Clean certificate  from   in  spector. ���������  Cl.T ELOWEKS.  ���������VOPvlCUETUJlAL   .  IMPLEMENTS,  b'EE SUPPLIES,  i  PIUJIT BASKETS,-,  FERTILIZERS,  Catalogue Free.  M. J. HENRY,  (iOO'l  Westiniiister IJoad,  Vancouver  W'nrri; Lauoh Only.  PELLEW=HARVEY,  BRYANT    &    GILMAN,  Vancouver, B. C.  fb  (Vancouver,1 B.C.  Hi-il.lslr Columbia 'Agciius-' for tire celdlii-iUed  ���������'PEKETANG" Sole Leiitlier,. Cut Soles and  Heel Pieces, v.-  . Ilui'iiess 14'iitliors, llrldle, Siuldle mid Skirt-.  IiiB Lual.lioM, hiiee iind .l/itit;o. Leatlier--, U|i-  per Leather.-; of nil kinds;. '���������">��������� '.';���������.������������������..������������������������������������  Jlaiiiil'acliii'ers  of.vClo.sed    Uppers   of    nil  (lesei'iptions,  Slioeinakei-s' Tools iiml ��������� Kindiiij,'-;, ..SndilluYy.  Hiirdwai-e, Mides and Oils.    ���������   ,  Two thoiisanil Ueei'skins Wniitdd. ,;  Cutiilo^-ne-i and.priee lints on.'ipplieat.'on.  P> ATI^MTQ -.'.'"Trndomnrks;  h-Jr\ I L.IM I O and Copyrights  I   '.: oliliiin'ed in all coi'inti-'ies. '  ROWLAND BRITTAIN,"  ..���������'������������������'.'   Registered,Patent Attorn'ejy (  Mechanical,   Iviiyiiiccrv and;.'(.-piiuiglit.siiniii,  Blink- of, Jl. N". A. Huildings. HiwUii'k.s Street  v  y VANCOUVER,   B.VG.;  ,V; v  A postcard will secure an ovoniiifc appoint  iiient, for those.ivIio cannot cnll./'tiiriiiK the duly  ,J\     ALBEET     STOKE3    PBOI  ASSAYERS  Mill  One Block from OPT. Depot  anil Stcr.m'JO'U V/harvca  , Rc-furn!shcd and Rc-modolcil  Rates SI.50 to $2 pei- day  Corner'Granville &. Haslings,Streets,  R. DOWSWELL,  Proprietor, - Vancouver,  B. C.  ��������� Just Remodelled and Refurnished with all Modern Conveniences.  Tests Smelter Tests  Up to 4000 lbs.  j Checking Smelter Pulps a Specialty.  Have You .1 Doubtful Piece of, Rock?  We'd Tell You what It is  CHARGE.  Raw, Furs Bougfci .      "  Gash Prices Paid  '.( b. ;,we:lls9  Exporter of Furs.  i hi.  Toilets attached, fiuioin^ Hot  A'do.n/s in Suites ruitlt Paths and  and Cold Water, Inside Toilets on each J/eor, (las Lighted and  ���������','., Stea'in. Heated Throughout. ���������  :'."���������'J. C. GREENE, Proprietor,       ������  '.   GOLDEN, 13. C.  _ yourdru-jKisi for Cook's Colloo Boot Com-  pou:-!. Tiitunooilicr,asull Mixtures,pillsnnd  lm!ta.tloiisare(lniiKerous. I'rlco.No. l.Uper  bos: >o. a, io de-!R'(s Ktrongcr, J3 per box. No.  1 or 2. mailed on receipt of price and two S-cent  Etaini"--. The Cook Company Windsor, Onl.  t?/~Nos. 1 und 2 sold mid recornmended by all  rci;ioi-::lL*!e Druggists in Canada.  No. 1 .md No. 2 lire -.olil at 1 rout I-ake by K.  T. A In y. nn.I ul, I'cvrMoke liy \V. Hews. G. K.  t*m ti-. .md ('iiiiadii Unit; fc ilook Co. nniKgisls  n-f.ii-e.  AVer,  J. PI. YOUNG-,  i  Proprietor.  IJCSL   1  Tr.ivr  it this I  jniml  ���������fl<-rs  luid  of Wines, Li(]uors and C  o   Fish Creek will Iind cxcelleni-  /lyars.  (iceoinniodaLinn  Wood's Pliospliodlns,  . }������d.'"' **'*-.A      T,IC Oreit English Jlcmcdy.  /r^5rp'K<3H    Sold and recommended by nil  y'?y %.   ^  druf-gi.sts in Canada. Only rell-  /^\^ I*1,lc medicine discovered.  Six  1: W?*&- 6zP*pv<'kage.'i yuiTanticd to cure ill  fon.13 otaexual Wt-nitnc^q, oil effoctB of ftbnua  orc-sce?9, Mentnl Worn*. Excessive nseofTo-  i lttcco, Oplnm or Stlmulimti. Jrallcd on receipt  , of price, one jiacknKo Jl. six. S3.  One will plcaie,  ; tti Kill cure.   I'������mphict3 free to tiny address.  , XUo Wood Company, Windsor, OuU  i    V.'oui.'s i<iin<ii*iioi>i.vi: i-. <old in Ucvclstokc  bv c.iii.id.i Jiiiik   .*c Hook Co.. (J. K. CurlK uiiii  I \\. l:i;-.v^..-uid oy FrunkT. A bey at Trout Lake  1 1)1 UJigUlo. THE KOOTMAYrMAIL.  I:  In this (lamp climate-pvci-ylxxly  i-= more or less doubled with  catarrh in lhe h".id. One of  lhe newest remedies- is culled  the  of the Vancouver .senior team very  happy. . When souk* of the Irish,  Scotch and Wol.-Ji foi wards begin to  mix matteis with big .lack, there will  be suiucthint;doing.'' -  PERFE  CT  - It is composed.of two buttles���������  one for internal and the cither  for external use, and vvill effect  a cure as near as ,-my medicine  can.    It is������o)d only by the  CANADA-DRUG''-  LIMITED  i  ,   At $1 per Bottle.  Ti y for yoiux'lf and  be convinced.'  MARRIED.  Lawkknc'k-Cax.vo.n"���������.\t    St.    1'eter'  church, Ki'velatol'c, IJ. C,   by  C.   A.   I'l'ocunier,   on   Wednesday  Oct. 2-2nd, T. J. Lawrence to Mil-..-, i  Cannon.  A Pretty Autumn Event  A .pretty wedding look plaee at St.  Peters Church on Wednodny afternoon when Miss Francis C'i.noii became the bride of T=- l.awience. The  feiemony was pei formed by Uev. C.  A. J'l'oeunier. II. Floyd presided at  the organ and there was a full choral  &eivicc.   (  The bride was given away by lier  br-jiher-in-law. J. .J. Porter. Miss II.  Duni.e acted as brides-maid and II.  MeHiie as groomsman.  The bride was charmingly gowned  in white ' organdie over, .white satin,  and wore a'veiJ of briissels net and  mange blos-oms.^ She eanied a beautiful houijuet of roses.  The bridesmaid wore a pretty dress  of tiisean organdie trimmed nith insertion yinil black ribbon-velvet, und  wore a black picture hat. She carried  a pretty shower boipiei.  The bride was the receipient of  many beautiful and  valuable pre.-ents.  USE'^zzfiffl^'  ROYAL CROWN SOAP  The Best in the "World  Mail us 15 Royal Crown Soap  Wrappers, and in return we  will mail a beautiful Picture  size 10x20; or for 25 Wrappers ,  your choice of over 100 books.  Drop us a post card asking  for a catalogue of premiums  ' ' to be had FREE for Royal  Ciown Soap Wrappers. f  Address  The Royal Soap Co.,  Vancouver, B.C. Limited.  BORN,   ,  Pati-jck���������On Oct.   22nd,   to Mr. and  .Mrs. L. Patrick, a son.  13 ecu ax ax���������At Camborne,   11.  C,  on  Oct.   IStli, ,to   Mr.  and -Mrs. JKi^i,  Buchanan,a son.  LOCAL &��������� GENERAL  The    Harry  ' Lindley   Qonipany  playing at the opera house.  ������  'J'he Telephone'Coinpaiiy   have  tended their line to Ooldlields.  Is  ex-  head cut with  a  on   the  ���������Hume  J.llopgood had hi.-:  ,   brick while   working  Block.  'i *���������>  H. Longhead will erect "a store next  '" C. J!. Hume it Co's on MciCcn/.ic Ave.  ���������for W. JJeiv.x.  J. W. Bennett, chairman school  trustees, will convene a meeting next  week to oiganize a night school.  While Harry Tnrnross was playing  with a railway detonator it exploded  and blew the top bll' two lingers.  The stone foundation of the city  scales was put in by C, Iv Fromey  who made a splendid'job of the,   work..  , Col. Peterson inspected and passed  the rifle range ,on Friday, but stipulated for further protective work at  the markers-pit.  W. White, who'was employed on the  snowsheds at Rogers Pass, is in the  Golden hospital with .f- ur'ribs broken  by a fall of,20 feet.  Hon. J. I. Tarte has resigned from  the. Laurier government,.' Sir AVi 11"red  having insisted on 'his ���������resignation  after his high tarifl'speeches.  "-'-*'- =Tm"h"*rppy couple left on No. 1 to  visit Coa.-t cities. Thi* Mail joins  with tln-ir many friend*; in wishing  the bride and bridegroom much  happiness.  BUSINESS LOCALS.  Vou' can .-avc   money by   insuring  with II. Is'. Coursier. ,  An advertiser wants to buy a   large  second hand cook stove.  Genuine.   Sea   Salt   for   the    bath.  Kept at t-ve Canada   Drug it Rook Co.  no   business that  not  advertisii g   in the Koot-  Social and Personalc  Risteen is on a visit to   Kam-  relumed  Mrs.  loops.  Mrs. J. !���������:. McPher'son  week from Portland. Or,  .-Mr. and Mrs. Downs left Saturday on  a lengthened trip cast.  ih*. and Mrs. T. E. L. Taylor left  for Vancouver yeslerdny.  G. M. Sproat. manager of the Far-  well estate, arrived in the city this  morning.  'Mrs. Bolton will move, from Garden  Ave. to Mrs Graham's house on,Mackenzie Ave. ��������� ' o  J. K.   McPherson has gone to   Cali-  c fornia to take a position   on the Santa  Fe railway.  Hon. \\. C. Wells will pass through  tomorrow on his way to Ottawa on  government business.  W. A. Galliher arrived from the  south Thursday and went to Golden to  defend the Italian in the Field murder ca-e. .1.. M. Scott will prosecute  on behalf of the Crown. '  .Mr. RosS, father of the late conductor W. E. Ro.-s. bus been the guest of  J. -Netherton at Knmloops for some  day-. Mr. Ro.-s is out.west for the  j.'irpn'e of closing up matters connect .d with his son's estate  M,������. W. A. Morris and Mi.-s McLean  went lo Victoria on Friday and Mr.  Muni- inl low id 'Monday." <>n Wed-  ncj-d.iy. Mr- Moiri- underwent an operation at the .lubilie Hospital and  which h**r many friend.-- will be glad  to l"arn was nttended with .*-ucr:e--!'n I  re.-ult,-.  A very -u<Vi\--hii "At Home'' u.i-  givi.-n on Wcilnc-diiy by Mr.-. J, M,  Scott in aid of the funds of St, I'etei'-  Talcnt Society. A large number  at tended. Mr.-. Scot t w,.n a.--i.-tcd by  Mi���������.'.- Buck, Spiiriing. l-'ra.-er, Paget  and other.-.    $ 15.80 was ien Iized.  Thanksgiving Dance ct Sanitarium  (l''i'oiii_Onr Own Con u-poiKlcia.)  The aifiTiial ri hanki-giving dance of  the Halcyon Hot Springs was held  ijieie on Friday evening Guests  ca'nic from a considerable distance.  Phoenix, lio-slaud. Nelson, Sandon  Nakusp. sending their quotas. The  ball and supper rooms wcie ell'ectively  decorated with cliincse lanterns,  boqiiet*-of Auttinin foliage with their  varying tints of line.-.r   The twin flags  'I'll KLiXlOX .lAC'KJ -VXD Sl'.VI'S A.VDSTIUI'ICS  were disidayed among the decorations.  Dancing began lit 0.30 p. m. with the  Circassian circle'led by T. McNaugbt  and Mrs Garde, of tbe Payne mine,  Sandon. The ball room presented an  animated pictuio with its decorations  and lhe :-ietty costumes of the ladies.  Dancing was kept" up with great enjoyment until mid-night, when  .su'i'ici: was axxoi:xc:i;i).  All trooped   over   to  the dining room  wheie an excellent, slipper   was served  thes.ilads being specially relished.  Mr McXaught iu a few words expressed, his pleasure in receiving the  various guests, most, of I hem old  friends- and patrons,'and ' hcpul all  would continue to enjoy themselves  and 'carry away a happy recollection  of the occasion. .Then Captain Robertson after a humorous quotation  fiom Dickens in icference to the lively saliids, tin key and other good fa re a I.i  SeraliJ Gamp and the good time  they were having invited the company to Y'xpioss their feelings by  singing tho well known dit.lv "For he's  i jolly'good fel'ow" in which all join-  d heartily. - >        '    '[  Tin: is.u.i. noo.M "  was once more regained and dancing  then proceeded, interspeiscd with  .-ongs, until .'3.30 a. in. when the  dancers retired after joining in Auld  "^ | han<; Syne, each   xp'-e'ssing thegr.itili-  There   is  benefited by  enny Mail." -1  If you want tho best value for your  money place your orders for fruit und  vegetables at J. Ma ley's store..  ' 100 acre improved farm in faVored  locality for sale on easy terms.���������II.  X. Coursier. ' . ,  Travellers, visiting Revelstoke will  find the best accomadation at the  Central Hotel. Abrahamson Bros,   o  Do you want to build a house or pay  oti' an expensive mortgage, look at the  loan   plan ottered by II. N.   Coursier.  A large, stock of Sheet music, Song  and folio just opened at Canada Drug  it Book Co.. All the latest. (       -     .  , 15. II. Trueinan will be unable ' to  visit Revelstoke until .Monday 27th.  on   account   of pressuio   of   business  in Vancouver Studio.        ,   '  i  Ping Pong is going to  be more popular.(than   ever this season   and   the  Canada Drug it Book Co. have received  a big stock of everything required.  When you come to Revelstoke hail  the Central Hotel bus to take you to  a 'good hotel. .Abrahamson Bros'  Props:'  Here are bargains for your 'winter  vegetable supplies: Turnips, $1 per 100  lbs.; Parsnips, $1 per i00 lbs., Cabbage  !f I per 100 lbs.'   J.Maley.  Don't stop advciUsing to economi/.c  in your business. As you reduce your  advertising so you red uee your business.  Ad'ertise in thc'Kootenav Mail.  .-,  ii, . '  ,J. IJ. Smith has taken over the  business of Bourne Bros.', and will  conduct the business at Denver under  the firm name of .1. B. Smith it Co.  ���������Ledge ' '  The W. Abrahamson Addition n  Tiout bake stands ready to ofl'er every  inducement to those who wish to purchase lots for piivato or business purposes. ,  The Cigar it Tobacco Journal   pays  |{. J\h Sinythe a high compliment   on I  the tasteful way'in which he keeps his  store, and says it i.light well be imitated in the we.-t.  From our own Corn'-poiidciit.  ���������Business is growing in all the departments represented here. In the  agricultural.line ciops have been good  'and more acreiige handled. Fruit is  fast coming to the front! It has been  proved,that this part of tlie Province  grows a line sample of apples, both in  size and flavour. Our strawberries  cannot be beater, anywhere. The  hay crop is very successful. The  settlers are all very busy trying to  turn out more potatoes than the  other. As the weather is all,that can  be desired, and the demand is so great  for what we grow, buyers comej right  in to personally take what we have for  sale  'In the  ih'ii.din'g r.ixi:  we are also on the go, having 'erected  a nice school house, which is now in  operation, under the hands of Miss Jl.  T. Archibald who.seenis to take great  interest' in her vocation ' and the  children in her.   Then we have     "  A NEW STATION  being erected, which has been needed  so long, as (lour and groceries, coining  iu and potatoes, etc., going out cannot stand too much rain and wind  and exposure.  Then in regard to ' '  ouii hoads ' ,  they are on the mend, as we have had  epiite a nice.outliiy oi money and work  put , on them, which throws great  credit on the manne.' it was expended  and done and has helped the vicinity  in all ways.    Jn  T11K MINING USE  we are still to the front, having had  quite a'few of our most noted claims  ex'ami.ncd by different parties' coming  | in who give them great credit for  future, development,. They arc steady  in their growth so that when wc  assume on their great future we can  feel sure that we will have something  worth while. .    , ' ���������    ,  We are pleased to note that our ,  i *���������  , POST-OFKICI-'  is at last changed to the desired location, the Spur, which we all hope  may be its resting, place for some time.  Jt has not been a noted resting post-  oflice���������more what- you ���������would ell a  traveling rural post:ollice. Any way  it has got a new name and new postmaster and all things considered let  us hope'for peace and"rest.'  31 MAT. nSTATE -       t  "  is also on the move. Parlies are continually coming in and examining  farms,and in very, few ^instances are  they nob successful,..where the price is  at all'within reach. ��������� Of course-outsiders only require to see the crops we  can grow to see what land is worth'. *���������  ix i-'isniNG. miNTi-N'c: AXi) tkat'imxc:  we have, many hard at work .and all  seem to be nappy and contented. The,  only people who seem to be hungry  are,a few tie walkers on the C. P. Jt.  who have walked so far and eaten  nothing and therefore must be given  their board, but don't speak about  work tot hem. .        "'    , ���������; ���������  cali'in at the pleasure tiieevcning.'V.ad jand Scotland  a Horded.    "'Jt was just lovely"' was the '  reniaik heard on various sides.  (���������rent praise is due lo the inanau'cr  and stall' for their a<sidiniis attention  to the comfort   and    pleasure  of   the  X. Allan, tester and ganger for 'the  Customs DepUwas in the city yesterday t'i sample a .large consignment of  liquors imported 'by the Revelstoke  Wine it Spirit Co. direct from Ireland  guests, and also a meed   of   tiun  i"in������e guests who h-'lped by music  song   and    otherwise   to   make  evenine; a succe.-s., ���������  I..  10  and  i be  CHURCHES.  3 jTiik K'ooti.nav Mail and \Yi:i:ici,y  Gi.oiu: will lie supplied to,the end of  1903 for i?2.fit), these papers being  supplied free for the balance of l'Ml'2.  The piemitun includes portrai s of all  Ontario governors. Remit to Koot-  kxay M.ur, oilice.  The   Priion    Hotel   bar   will   open  i about   Wednesday, but as the   dining  j room   in    the portion of   the   Brown  Block is now occupied bv W. Bews.aml  h.  rii\ I'ijyi.i: -*  A.- Uev. C. A.   Pioenniei'  coudueto'l  scnioesat Trout Pake, and   Fergu-i'ii  on Sunday. Rev. Soliey, of Tmut, Lake,'  held services in bis -tead at St. Petei*'-  ' church.  timoi g'*t into new   premi-cs . ���������  Prom our own (VirrPtiioiidciil.  Rev. Campbell has   taken Rev. McLean's place as he has left for Toronto.  Word has been rtccivod������from Mr.  lj*.ij).-o, who is in Montreal Jlospi-  tal with a cancer that he cannot be  cured.  The mill will probably ,run tliree  weeks longer.  -Airs. Holten and Mis������ M. Williams  and niece of Kogers Pass were, in t'.wn  visiting the Misses McCalluin.  Rev. Mr. Gould, of Salmon Ann,  gave an illustrated lecture last week.  Misses, McCalluin, and McQuite assisted Mr. Gould with tlic programme.  Harry   Vickery,   who   was   at   the  ATHLETICS.  Editor Kootenay Mail:   ���������  Some time ago there was some discussion re recreation ground, which  seems to have lost interest. As this is  one oi the special needs of our town  the following remarksarerespectifully  submitted, not as the writer's views in  particular, but as the opinions of professional men of the highest standing  and experience in the training of  the young.,  One of the drawbacks that town  boys have to contend with is the lack  of proper physical trailing. - The  country boy, or the village boy in a  fanning community, has the varied  and regular activities of, the farm ��������� to  draw out both his mental and physical  powers. If some regular, compulsory  activity could meet the town boy, as it  does bhc country boy, on every day  without fail the problem of hoodluni-  ism would be solved. As it is the boy  become careless, selfish and a, terror to  all about him through his impudence  and teasing habit .simply because he  must do something. Nature cannot  be repressed and if proper vents are  not supplied improper ones take their  places.  By encouraging Uie old  established  out door sports of foot-ball, etc.,   one  outlet for   this .activity   is   supplied.  Some may not bcliovejt, but' the best  teachers most emphatically state that  children learn ahnostas much through  play as they do through their regular  school work.     Jt is especially evident  on the ethical side.     Jn all the game's  that children enjoy there   must   be a  leader'to be obeyed, a  course   of rules  to be followed, and implicit   faith   in  the player.     What can'furnish tictter  training for after life?    On the physical   side    tlic   energetic,     persistent  activity in conjunction with the hard  I knocks he   may   receive' gives- him  jbndurance and muscular   strength as  'well as courage and self-control.    One  common   error,   however,   is'the idea  that children need guidance   in   their  games.   They do need supervision hut  older pcople'shoiild never   interfere in  the games themselves.    'I-et an adult  take part in tli3 game with .the idea of  showing how it should be done, unless  he be nn .expert, or even to join .in the  game as a simple player, and the boys  become self-eoi'v-cious and stupid and  the girls hysterical.     The best'training for games is   obtained, by   seeing  that the games are   of   a proper kind  and,then   letting   the- young people  alone in the   playing.     The   interest  aroused   by   tbe   game   will,sharpen  their wits to such a degree .that they  soon learn'all its rules.'    Hy throwing  them on their own resources they   get  a taste of after life and   learn   to take  independent action.     Again the great  cuisc of all athletics  is   the   sporting  element, and it is remarkable that, boys  will play   for    month-   without   ever  introducing  anything  such,* .playing  simply   for   the   fun of  winning, but  men cannot take part' in   any   game'  unless there is some  stake   to follow,  hence you'may   be   sure   that when  boys begin to play for'sonic treat that  some man has suggested  it,  which is  another reason why men   should' not  join in the boys games.  The best'thing, then, that wc can do  is to supply a' good and convenient  play-ground, help the boys in the  purchase of supplies, give them proper  supervision .without undue interference, guard against the ' sporting  element, and the boys will look after  the rest themselves.  Ianvctc'.,  13. Wasox.  Revelstoke, Oct. 13, 1902.  ZAMLOCH, THE MAGICIAN,  Prof. Zamlocli, "Prince of Black Art, and  greatest of all conjurors now traveling, will appear at the Opera House three nights, commencing Thursday, Oct. 3������. He is the man you  want to see. His mart clous work is interesting to all, and tlie many novelties he presents  serve to make a mo-t entertaining performance  With a high reputation ai a JMa.-ter Magician,  Prof. Zamlocli will give a performance surpassed by none. His work; always smooth and  artistio, with added new features, must be seen  to be appreciated. There is no fake about the  entertainments given by this great Conjurer,  and those who attend can feel confident of getting the worth of their money.  Prices will be ^id^SnV5c-  For Sale  TWO Residences on McKcnzte Avenue, Mil  modern improvements, S*!,500 each, on eauv  terms.  TWO Residences on Third Street east, very  convenient for raih\av men, ������l,t00 each,  easy terms. " /���������-  ONJE Residence on First Street east, cash required ������o00* Mibjcct to mortgage.  Apply to  HARVEY, McCARTEJi & PINKHAM,  Home Grown Yegetables  ���������    CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE."  Alice, Alma and Mother Lode jMjncral Claims,  situate in the Lardciiu Mining Division of  West Kootenay District.      ,  Where located: On the divide between I,������xing-  ton and Pool creeks.  TAKE NOTICE that I.' Win. B. ttevcreux,  acting as agent for W. If. .Tack.son, Free JMi-  ner's Certificate No. HSfi'liu, intern], M\tj-  dnys from the date hereof, to- apply to llie  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpoMi of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must he commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this lMh day of October, JWtt.  wii. E. dkvehkux, p. l,s.  CERTIFICATE,Ol-- JMPUOVK.MKNTS.  CABBAGE, CARROTS.  POTATOES, TUIWIPS, etc  FIREWOOD.  Also fir.st quality of well cured  :   TIMOTHY HAY.  Don't fail to give mo a chance lo fill yourorder.  I can supply you with farm produce of better  nuality at lower prices than you can procure  from anyone else,   ,  '   S. D. CROWDK,  Itevelstoke.  NOTICE.  Harvey Mineral Claim,,situate in tlic I-'U'-  (lean Aiming Divinioii of West Kootenay District.  Where located: On Pool creek, about two  miles from mouth.  Take notice that I, Win. E. Dovd'eux, acting  as agent for Charles Harvey, Free Miner's Cer-  tiflentc No. U Ciitiri. intend, sixty days from tho  date hereof, to apply t0 the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tlie above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section .'17, must, be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements  , Dated this 21lh day of July, l!*;*-*.  '     ,. AV Jl. E. DEA' EltEUX, P. L, S. .,"���������  NOTICE.  The following application and transfer of  liiiuor license have been received: J. H. Diamond, of tho Norlhweslci-n Hotel, (J old Holds, and  transfer from J. A'. Cameron lo Moses R. McCalluin of the Hotel l,ardcau, Coniaplix.  And further take notice that a .special meeting of the Hoard of License Commissioners will  bo held in the Provincial I'olicc Ofllcu? Revel-  aloko, on Mondr.y, Nov. .Inl,.at 7:110 p. in., to  consider such application and transfer.  Ity order  I!. A. Ui'PKlt,  Chief Inspector.  S. M. McGUIRE k CO.  'Dealers' in All Kinils of  Farm Produce, Fruit, etc,  SALMON ARM.  B. ,C.  Can supply fruit, as follows in any  (iiiuntity: Appk'f*, -ki������ per pound: Oral)  Apples, 2.|c per pound; Plums, Jc per  pound; Pears, a\c per pound. Write  tor prices on ve^i'lables; c.in .supply iu  any quantity and save you money.  Moscrop Bros/  c  Sanitary   Plumbing, Hot  Water & Steam heating.  Second Street, Revelstoke  ,     NOTICE.   -  "VfOTICK is hcrehy yivt.n that :'() (lavs after  X\    date  I  intend applying to tlie Honorable  the Chief Commissioner o'f EUinds and AVorks  for the permission to fell and carry ftwnv timber from the following lands:  Xo. 1. 4  Conuiicncingat u' post at southwest corner  marked "\\\ Jt." planted about three chains  south of Hill creek, and about ono-nnd-a-lialf  miles northeast of Upper Arrow lake, (ialena  Hay, marked "\V. li,'  thence eii������f lt*> chains:  thence north It) cliuins; thence west Hi1) cliuins;  tlicnco oouth 40 chains to place of commencement. ,  ��������� '       ��������� '    W.AI. mSATV,1  Galena Ray, I). C, Sept. 22nd, I'M.  Baker and.  Confectioner  , tt -i  A full  nix! coifipk'U'  line of  GROCERIES  Cornoi* McKenzie A venii'i'  .-ind ]!ail\v,-iv St reel,  ���������^ bss������ yirdm&&3&$9mj$m&������.  Golden  Hospital. reUirncd home   this  - | week.    His liaaut is improving.  I ' _ I'KI'.-'HYTJ-l-IAV.  I On Friday evoninu' l������ev l>i- ICil-  ! patrielc. of MiiuitoUi* Cuileue. .nldii .-.-'���������(!  a myelin*.: at the l'ii-liyt( n.iii chinch  on heli.ilf *.f Manitolu (.'oil'p* II''  pointul out tlie college w.i- not in-'ivh  a .Mnuiuih.i institution, but' of ei-iinl  impoi'i.-ince to l!rifUh (Viimiln.i. It  \va.- conducted l*y chn-tiMi nu-ii :ir.d  iU j-tudent.- von* m nt furtli m i!*.. In-''  U'orl,- nf Uhri-t. lie llljled the-')! 1"  slippoil it; :i nd if tlieyoiilil not ,-up-  pui'i it lii'i.mci.iily lli"^ ("iiid .-n|>r.011  it Willi th'-ir prayei- lr.-, Kilp.nti.'k '  then pre.ieln d an alili* -v i iivm* A:  the --ei \ ice he hlpll.-'d Ki". W ''.  Caldc'-'.s infant. The I'i' left Ur: t ls������*  -(tilth on .-vi! unlay.  Ml  1 HilDIVI*.  rl h l.e.i'.'iie dii   M'ltid.iy  \\.- L';;\e ,i vei \* in ten -I-  ''-"  for   aunt lit r mouth, the disiir.tr   room  c.iuncit ho opc-ntrl I^-fortython  The K.i.it"nav   M.-.i! printing   otlice!    *r    Cosford left for Colden   Sunday  ^   noi incKM-iuj:   it- ....n.t a .-'.in   .,(f.   ������ith a sore hand.  M**.-fo,eiu*-!)i   i.n:   i--  forofvl ti.( do m. u'n j_    \\'m.   JUibinson,   F.   \Y. Jones,   Jl.'  "1','Cnrlin. F. ritalk'cr,   of Golden, and   Jl.  :iec*J':!li  ( 1 ilie    l|lCrC'.*l-'-'<J   V(J|!l!lin  l.u-ii,'--���������     f'Ur  CU-.U.iijer-.  Ivuow   they  tli'.* mo t nji-tn date   printini:  rtf pa-ii'S- .it   the  :0i),   were in   towe  ecill  end I hi   l������ ~t i|i!,iliti(  Kcit-ii-iv 31.ii!  RIFLE ASSOCIATION.  Th"  piactii'  i\ .ii..  Wil  li ii.ty hfifl- ]t^ govf i iniic.t  ii TiPir-d.iy. t'lc't. Hi Some  ��������� . -' I 111 lied mil. hut r-li'.otiny  'M  i*.   l*|io'il ;* it.  W'e ;'i\i- ih" iiitii-  A I the !'���������  evening .Mr  iniC j ni jji*!' "  -ell I mni���������������*.I'liii'iM.  CLUBBING OFFER.  In  c���������ii"i'l,. i  H   \   l.i-.ui  \   V.  I'lsipi..  II  (���������ii.   ll   I...el..ii  !-     \ I.S  lir  C-rni'l ,,|  . , M'.'n .  I!   (i,,r,liiii  \   K   l'l������������������|,  -|.< I \   Sllii  II       \      U'MV.II  Y\    ,M.....|i.|,  i|   l.'i������-.ii.  l|.  euf'h i'\i lit .  ���������if)  *  I  I".  li  Vi  V������l  i������  Ll.  .11  )'l- T..1.1I.  :i.'        a-, I  j i  1.  McDou^tll   of Xel  over Sunday.      . o  The younf: people of the town passed  'a ple.i.-aut evening on SaUiidiiy hist at.  ; the hull, where they ivul Jdiincinjj und  i K-fiohment.-1!  I    The'Christian Kiidom or moots every  1 Simdiiy evening.  I     Rev.   McLean, of Golden, held   services ln-ie |ii.*-t .Sundny evening.  i     Uev. M(;I,e,ui e.oudiKjIed a chrislen-  j injr s'ri vice Suii'l.iy evening   wheie, Ik-  Railroad Watches....  Waltl'ium and Elgin, J lamp-  den and jriimilton, 17.aiul 21  jewels. Vanguard, Elgin  Veritas, Crescent' St., Father.  Time, C. P. li. Special, 13. W.  Raymond. Appleton _ Tracey,  1S1 Special. . Send for prices.  LYTTLET0N BROS.  Watch   Specialists,   Vancouver,  H.  C  .    ���������    '   No. 2. 'i  Coinniencin-rat apost planted at imrllnvest,  eorner, about three chains south of llil". creek  and about one-and-one-liair miles norlluMst "f  Galena Hav, Arrow lake, marked "W. II,"  tliencosouth 1(1 cliuins; thence east lilt) chains;  lhence nonh lo cliuins; tlionee west llil) chains  to place of commencement. '  ��������� ,     ' ��������� WM. HK\TY.    <  Galena Hay,'15. C., Sept. 22ud, iskC,   .  No. 3.  ConimcncinK at a post marked "AV. I." planted  at the -oiithwe.st corner of timber berth marked  'AA. 15," and about one mile eant;ol* A rrow lake,  Oiucna Hay, thence Honth 10 chains; tliencc easl  I; chains; thence norlh lOeliains; thence we^t  lwl chains to place of commencement.  \VM. IliAVlN.  Galena I5ay, 15, C, Sept. 22ml, 1!K'2.  WRAPPING   PAPER   AND  PAPER, BAGS.  The Koolenny i\Inil hais  heen ���������  appdinlod   nuenL   for  one   of  the   lnigest  Ganadinn   iVper  jSIillb.  Wrapjiing papers in rolls or  (hit, und jinper hn������s 'of all  weigh ts and sixes-supplied to  order printed or in-printed.  ���������4)  -a*  -3D  ������ -  ������  t   Kootenay Mail, Revelstoke.    %  WANTED  No- i.  ( ommcneing at. a post marked "AA". I."planted  at. northwest corner about III) chains east of the,  southwest corner ot Timbei Ilerth No. 2, hereinbefore described, and about one-aiid-thrce-  rpiirlhs miles cast of Arrow lake, Galena Hay-  lhence south SO cliuins; lhence cast Ml chains:  thence north to chains; thence west SO cliuins  to place of commencement.  ���������    ��������� WM. TRAVIS'."  Galena H y, II. ('., Sept. 22nd, lliu-'.  %  ^������6'������e'3������������e'@������S-3���������ieO'sS6CGt5*������������6���������i  T.MKT*3T1W3  Advertisements under this heading  will he puhlished at one cent per word  per issue.    Cash with order. , '  WANTISIJ-A  cook slovy.  this pnpiM*.  laige,   seeond-Iiaiul  Apply at oniee (if  .11. i'l *   KM I l,|  *.l  ���������ttl   \\i  iri'-!'m>i thiee cliildreu for Mr. und  Mi-*. M' t'.diiiiu, and one for .Mr. mid  'Mi> ('��������� fiiiiu-j, MesMs, J low den  and   MeO.ilhmi    ;t^-i*-11 d in the   cerc-  IIKlllV  (|    1,01.ill1,,.  ". -f H .lir'.w.il  -" II \ III..,-ii.  JJ     li     I.iv\   fill  1\ ( I IMS  I  MIM   I ,,    .1������l   \ \,-  .     .''.    lii,' .-ir-iih.-i-  ���������'I   T II II.I.. t  .'I - W   W. I-',. l<T  ii  !'������������������:  (in S,iitii'I'iv In-' theie  The le^nlar iiniiinil meeting of the  L.idies T.-ildit Society of St. Peters  Chinch was,held at the vicarage oi.  'J'ui-dn\ for the eleetin-,' of ollieers for  'lhe ensuing year. The election was  ii-, follow--: President, Mrs. If. N.  t'our'-ier, Vice I'rcs Mr.-.. II. M. Gurlcy  and ."rec. .Mi.-*> Grant.  Mr.-, fi rimes, who has, heen organist at the Presl-ytcriaii Churcli has  re.sigmd to go to Sicantou-j. Pefore  leaving tlio Henior and Junior choirs  of the church ,-penl an evening ;it her  home iiixl liiade liei u h:in(|s,ome pre.s-  ent viis a token of theii; high   ajipreci-  jation of the lnanner in  whicli slic had  ������������������fulfilled her duties.    '   '  Says (he World of Engineer Purvis,.  :���������" Big Jack Purvis, lhe kingjpin of  British Colnmliia. -icriininage men is  going . to Knglinid wilh that all Ganadinn hunch. Now (hi'it'.s'n good piece  of   news, and has made the   mem hers  Tin*   Koiri i.v.������ V   M\;i, .ind   W. e|Jv  |.'|-re    Pie-.-"   nie   oiVerdl    fi'om HOW till  Uee.   :j|.!.   I!l').'f   for  if-J.To.    Thi-  not  only     me,His     that     new    ������lih-ei il������'i *- i  pl'Olllplly tlll.-iliginl\.iiil,l';e of Illi- oll'.'l ! I'l'. Co cull.. ,'  will   receive  folirleen liidi.t lis siih'-ei i|i-,-p <.;,',,,',|"'UI  lion foi the oriee of uiii! v enr, hut I hev   w Hi.l.'v  ' ���������r-     ��������� '      li   L, lnlil,c  Hiiisler.    I.ut    I In- light  I'l'   I '.n i HI h( ..- n tui III (I  yd made on I he raiiue.  V\,l-' !  the I  (,L    MH.iJI  ���������M'd. .md  Tli.*   in v.    ey.miiii;    pliiiii     nt   the  I Sleniw Hid. .1    '.".ill  hi   ill (..[."Illl ion     (,-jl(|  ! ^'f ill'- Vi .1*  Beru.iid .MehoiiaId M. K. thinks  th. (|.'|n.���������������������������-loi. in -jniniiig iia-. reached  low   wiit'r m.nk. ;md look.-, for a    gen-  W'  ANTKO TO HKLL--A third  in-  tei'e.-.t in a JJig IJend mieit claim  Price   $500,     Apply   Kootenay   iMail  oHice.  WAXTKD���������Hotel    proprietors   to  get   registers at the Koolenny  Mail oflice, lievelsloko.  NOTICE.  "VfyOTICK is hereby Kiv-en that HO days after  X> date I intend applyini,' lo the Honorable  the Chief Commissioner of hands andWnrk-, for  permission to fell and earrv nwav limber from  llie lolloiviiur descrlhed lands: Comiiieneini' at  a post planted beside 'I'. IT. & D'.s sou lb west  corner post und marked "G. Jl." onequarle."  inile west of Deep creek and about twoand one-  half niiles.south Iroin Galena bay, on the Upper  Arrow lake, thence north UI ciiain������: llienee  west SO chains; thence soulli SOcliains; lhence  cast, to chains to place of commence nenl.  .    GKOUyK Mi-OOHMACIv.  Arrowhead, 13. ('., Septemlier 17th, i!)i)2.  NOTICE.  REVELSTOKE ,  WATER, LIGHT & POWER CO,  LIMITED.  -core ' ''I'.ll  H I!<U--.IIiee  i'l-..  .1  I',  will ohlni '   :i Iso   t liree addil ional  tinf-s.in iking twenty-live in nil.  .���������iiil.scripl ions iiiel iiddi-.'-*-. ' ler:'  nl ollieij of  Till.  Ko'ji I VvY   AJ \n ,  I.'evel-tok  iie  W M'. ���������  Tlip .  V'l-  ll  II  \>  II  I'm  v'l-  I  21  I'i  r,.-11  An.if"  'divid.-ii'l  A  IKl.l     l   HJl[)l I  of .10 fei.'tn.  of the indn-tiy.  O), 'der.'l.i  N'lillcc li licrt'liy Kivcn Hint llio iihovo coin,  puny IraiiKfci-i-cil lis luisiiicss le Ihe (Joriiui'ii-  ii..ii of ilie (Jliynf I'cvelsl'ikciiHfi'om Oelolici* I,  It'll*:. All ������������������(���������counts accriiliiK I'niin thill,dale are  pityablu lo lliu Council; all previous lo Ihul  into lo lhe compiiny, .v  It ih r(i|iicsi(,(l I inl] all iu'coiiiiN ow|ii������ lo the  i;.imp������iiy bu paid l.y Ociiilici-.'ll, ivri. I'liyinem  iii.ty he imidii lo llie. uiidi'i-slfriied at the Cily  C'li.Tk'-olll';..', Kire Hall No. 2,  ir. i-xoyij.-  Set*i*etiiry.  It. eel In! c, (id. 8, I!i(i2.  VTOIKI". is hereby pivcn Ilml, ."Id days after  X> dale 1 intend applying to lhe Ilnnornblft  I ho( hlef ( oiiiinissioner of Lands and AVorks  for permission m fell and carry awn.v timber  from ||,o following descrihcil Ininl*': Com-  nieiicliiK nl a pn-i. plnnleil on west bank  ol llie creek I'uiinfiiKtlii'oiiKhTlioinp.son'KljiiiiiI*  In-; on the tapper Arrow lake and imu-ked "(J.  .Al. oiie-lialf mill, cum, ol' Arrow lake, llienee  cu-t Id!) cIiiiIiih; (hence soul li Id chains; I hence  went Iim chains; thence north III chains to place  of coinmeiiceineul.  Ci HOI I UK JUeWRMAClC.  ,   , ��������� Arrowhead Mills,  Arrowhead, 11. ('��������� September i"th, l!)!)2,  K FORMS  -_ ,,-OK ' . ���������  Mining & Legal Purposes  Transfers, Options, Powers  ', ' of Attorney, Statutory Dcc-  .    larations, Proxies, etc, can  be obtained at the  ..Kdotonay. Mail Offiee..  PRINTING.  rpHU KOOTJ-3NAY JUAII, .JOIi  1. Printing Dep.-iVlin.'iil, is 'ei'iiipped  Willi tlie In test (md licsi, inaehinery,'  and a large assoi'iment, (,|' l',-ibluonnl)'lt.  typefaces. AVe solicit orders for nil  kinds of printinj1*���������no joh hein;r loo  lni'Bi' and none too simi'll, (jiireful at-  tenlioii is given till work, mid snlist'-ic-  Lion'guaranteed. A (i-inl oidei vvill  convince you Unit il pays to have your  printing done at lhe Koolenay 'jAlail  o/Ilcc, Itevelstoke.  ���������Subscribe* NOW for the Mail. ���������     '  We have not advanced the price of  our tobacijo. \ Amber srn.oking tobacco,  .Bobs,'..Currency and Fair Play chewing  tobaccos are the same size and pries to  the Gonsiimer as 'formerly. ,V/e.li.-iv':  also extended the time .for the rcdoi--p.:  tionofSnowshoe ta^s to January i'.t,  1904.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO .Co.,L  CLUBBING RATES.  t  Till. K'ootkvaV MAn. and iiniiil.hly  in i.y.i/jine, .The We-'l niin.-l' r $'���������> fie:'  ye.i r.  Tin: k'ooriJ.v\v M.vir, and the   I'res-  hyt.,erian,i|!'j per yiiar.  'Tin;'   Rootk.vav"  AIarr-.  The. yWextr  minsteiv The l.'rcH.hyte.rii'i.n/a.ll three, .ft  peryeai,*. y      '       -     ���������  The new H(-riiil>sl,ory hy Jtnljih' Cou-  noiy "(ilengai'iy Echoed Iliiy.s,'' is.now  I'liiiniiig in.The WeHtmiiiHter.   J  A.ddre.ss   '' .',, .    ���������''���������.'���������  ,    i TlIK''K'oOTKN'aV   iM.VIIi,:  I'KDI    v':       '"''' KevelHtoke.   '  The Kootenay Mail  AN"! J  i Family Herald and V/cekly Star  will II* --enl lo new  -.iili-ci if'/i'i -i for  PKIt  ANiVt/M.  $2.50  ;VVil.h. the Hta.r is given' (he two beautiful, pictures ..  '' I'l'IMTY," hy, A.iilnii, Asli,  " A i.o.vi.;," by1 Frank,.Sternberg,  e/ich 22x'2f) incbcH.   ;  Adilre.s.M: ��������� J:      ; , ���������  -."'' -,     KOOTKiVAV .MAIL,  .','.'������������������ J-levflMtoke,  THE GIT! EXPRESS  il W. B. Paget, Prop.  noinpl delivery of pa reels, ..biiggngC!,,  r:l,c, it, any part of the City/,  Any Kinil of Transferring  Undertaken.  All oi'der.s' left at It. .M. Sinvthe's  Tobnceo .Store; or by I'eleplione, No. 7  vvill rccoive prompt attrntion.  GRAZING REGULATIONS  For Manitoba, the  Northwest  Territories and the Railway Belt in  British Columbia.  lyOiiio foi'Ki'ii-iiiiK |)iii-|ickc.h nro i.s-iird for ii  |������i*iii of livvmily-oiio ieiu-s, ami lliu rental Ik at  Iho riituof (wo ciiniMiii nui-o pur umhiiiii, liav-  iililolmlf-ycmly In iiilviiiict*.  UimU included in a -jniyjnif Icitso may be  wiUidravvii for liiniivstciul onlry, sale bi-railway iiiirposc.H, IjiiI, no renin! is,cliai-Kod on kiicIi  laiidM from lh������ dale ii|ion wliicli llioviii'o vvilh-  drawn from tho lease. '  A Icxhco of Krn*/ln������ lands Ik Hot, enlliled lo tlio  hay thereon, tint he may, noon apj)lical,lon to  tlio axciil of Iloinlnioii Uuh/h, obtain eaeli year  Uioflrnl���������|icrinltU> .'lit, on \,w leasehold vvhut-  ever (|iinnl,It,y. of liny he may roijulro for hu,  own use. free of dues, tljcdujiurtineiilrcKoi'vimr  tho riKht to ihhuo���������-icriiiltH to other iipjilieahu. ���������  AmillciaioiiH for 'BriWliiK������������������Ioiusoh Hhoiild be  made lo tho beereliiry, Dcpai-tiiient of tlio Jti-  tcrior, Ottawa. ...  Rtl.lCICVKH,  Seerotary, UcjwMiuuiit of the Interior.  EUROPEAN AGENCY.  [KSI'AIIMf-IIHI)    1SIIJ  \\JK "'(hii to open iiceoiiiils wlih all bona lido  >> C!i loninl buyers who nro not iili'einly on  din* liuiikM, mid on I'ecclvliiK* ju-i'i'lse delnlls of  tlicli'oxael, ix'i|iili*oiiii-ii(i.. *vo shall be uleaicd  lo forward (-iionilloii-, for nnv Kiinipenn nr  Ainei'lean u-oodh. Our I'd'erciiee booliH contain  ���������several million ninne-,, und oiii'oxIcinIvo eon-  neellon fiialile-i ns lo malic hpeeiiil lorni- with  llie most Millnblc wholeKilc niiinnl'iioliin.'i-.-, of  each olic-H of (,'(���������.).]���������*. mi Hi it even ulloi* nddiiiB  oill'.sliippln-; eDinmlKsion of 11 lo .". per cent, (lie-  eoi'dlni; loiinioiiiil) our priee.s sllll eonipiiro favorably with (hose of lhe iinuiiifat'liiroi-s.  Wo supply (,'ondM made -peeially lo nnv .slylo,  qniillly or nrieoi ami on receipt ol' Indent, Willi  ���������nil und olear InstrnelIons, ami roinlUancc of  cash, or prodneo lo cover, our k-mivvlcd-,'0 of the  ti-adeonablesusloiiiaeoIlK! oidor al. onco In  ,.. | ,SiL lm"t*s' ,l1"' l,l|o Koods are promptly for-  Wo milled up sample tascs of mostKood.s from  ���������to upwards; and, as we ullli.si; our lmiK ovpei-l-  oiicuinoboosliiL' such L-ondKiiH nro IIIU-.I likely  (osiilHhoiiiiii'leol.forw'lilcli thov mio inl ended,  vyo coiilldontly rccoiiiniend buyers to order  tliowi miiniilo cii*-CH. for hy (IoIiik so tliev will  obtain tho Jul est and most lakln-f noveliie-.  CoiisiKiinieiiiKof prodiiiii' receive carcl'u'l attention and wotflvi* advance lounv cxlent  IViimpt and piilnM.ildiiK "Hi nlldn lo Iho In-  ercsN of eon (.spoiideiii-,,ioi,'ei her Willi cveeed-  i'lKly moi J orui o clur*,''*-., and plain and sdaicbt  forvviud dealings, have enabled iu. lo m.iinliiin  for tin. greater part of n (.enliiri. a lepiilallon  which wo value too much lo allow itlo be (.mi-  isned by I be inisntisliu loryexcoulii/ii of a t-inirlu  liuiisiielion. Address:  WILLIAM WILSON & SONS,  MIIM'II.V.N'IS AND MANCI-.VCI wltnis' Adll.M'h  25 Aiiciiuiicn   f/Axu,   LONDON, i'l (J  Coprcsponrlonco  Invitoel.  (lot your Job Printing done mI Iho  Mail Oflico.  i '���������  i il  \  t-S   T.. Al ,i*i-.,<*, tttF*if*'   I-sCi m. !-'-?i*.rV*' V.-iJ"*."!'- '1 >���������*Ti> ". ���������= ������.-. li-B*" >  "���������^ita.-'/rJi,i "O .vi : .-��������� ��������� i^._r*T&. vSjA*-!WS, * ' r>i":*rjJG��������� i >>i*-*-���������������*'4 ',Ji':>  .. '. 1 tT'CK-Xjrin'-���������-, i", "-S";.?*4. .i,*-s-l. *���������>���������������#-] fu >Jih.'-iAnr Z *.i? *'������aW(.. LhjV*".. ���������r>i'L1i>.������j,*-v*.'-������'ji.i%*^-f >-* -..i������tr������ ��������� is. v-i,i���������*<&.���������&���������'���������ks\>* ii ���������^*17ija.W j.9i1������iZr***' ���������>.>'��������� --iVni-'Sn ������ -jYiI JfvfA.-S%>> Where the     j������  Apple*  Reddens."  ���������Si  f  ti  V  Her hair was wind-blown; her hat,  turned down and shading lier bright  'face, was of.white calico and belonged properly to a young brother..  Her pink cotton dress had paid re-  1 pealed visits to the wash tub, and,  _to the critical eye, was nearing the"  period when yet another tubbing  would be, advisable. She would have  said she was horribly untidy���������not fit  to be seen; in fact,  she said it.   o  He considered, and rightly, that  she was, so exceptionally blessed as  lo look delicious in. anything, and  he very wisely put that also into  words. -    ? '  "That's very prettily said." , she  - laughed. "No ��������� don't ,gO'on. I  am not such a hoyden but that ,1  'know the correct,'and only an,swer.,I  only like"���������she molded her mouth,  her distracting mouth, to pensive-  ness��������� "compliments that might be  true."  "Mine all are, when addressed to  you," he hastened to declare.  "Then they     are   more    like- bare  statements    of     facts   then  compii-  '   nients,  orcn'l they?"  she smiled   up  at him,   "and not specially to   your  credit/' ', ���������    _  /      "Greatly    to   yours,"  he insisted,  , '"since your charms .leave no   -margin  for, embellishment." - '  "Oh,  that - is sweetly said.'"'    she  cried.       "JDon't     please,   say     any  more,' for you cannot better that."  "But I can't stand, mum," he    objected.   "        _        4,, ..  ��������� ���������      "You  can  sit, in  silence,  though."  "What do you mean?";  ,,  .    "Last  night,   at    dinner,   at  youi*  lady-love's     side.     1, was  watching  - you���������being     opposite,, and  with   _no  one but a brother to speak to   my-  ��������� 'self. X. could not help-'it.     And   you  neither of    you . spoke���������at any  rate,  , ,. you didn't. -So you see what,    you  can do if you try."  "It  was    shcr-who     had  been try-  ��������� ing,"  he said,  in mournfutness.  '7     "Had she?-"Poor vou���������she looks a  '���������-little  tike  that.'.!- ''She pulled 'herself up with a- pretty affectation' of  alarm.*_"What.am I saying?   Oh, I  , *' beg, youi: ' pardon!      SheTlooks     as  f     nice as can be���������she can be.    It   was  you who looked put out.'-' '   ,  'T had a, reason to look it."  "No doubt���������I mean she, must have  "had some, reason for letting:you look  :_   it." ,,-,'.'  ~, _   '.'She could not help'being���������"  -.'��������� 'Toor   thing���������so weak?    I   mean,  , bound to such a tyrant! "r  -"J give her lier own' way in    ev-  - , erything." ,, ' , <  She flashed round on him with her  ,   most .provoking smile. '  '���������   *   '''How horribly tame, of you!"  she  said.  ' "Ko wonder she,has lost   in-  ,   tcrest in her���������your looks!"  ''  "After(ail." he said.  "I didn't follow you out here, to talk of her." ,  "Well,   then,   suggest  a  topic���������I'm  only  waiting.",    ���������  ' '^     ....        ,   '  While  she .still   waited  she   looked  ���������,',���������, ������P at the     laden apple jrce,   under  :;  I which they stood.     She= seemed)  to  'be-selecting, with the eye of a con-  i noisseur., but it may have'beer, tho  blue. '��������� and .., white patches  of cloud-  flecked sky seen through the branches  'which held her' attention.    He gazed  at,her.     Ho,had been'so gazing ev-  ,. ��������� ery available-'moment during    'the  brief  week .-he'- had  known   her,    and  always with the same sense'of plea-  'surc in the picture she made.-It was  true she was.only the half-educated,  untidy, pleasure-ioving daughter (the  adjectives'   had1    been    supplied   for  him)   of   the  improvident,   comfortable' farmhouse where he and his mother and the girl lie', was engaged to  were staying ;is paying guests, ,*��������� but  r   he saw ,   no    reason fin this why he  should not admire her for the qualities he did not need to have    supplied  for' him. "  "I    came   out " meaning to pick���������  '.well, several,' no_t hundreds quite , of  apples,"   said   she,    "and    1 - can't  reach one/'   .   ,' ,   ,     ,.',.",.,���������  _..; "There isisomclhiti'q:, I might'    do  ��������� ������������������for you," ;he, said,  seizing his     oji-  portunity, or trying lo seine it. For,  try us he'" would, neither could ho  reach'-in apple.    ��������� ;  "I tell you what���������that "lowest  branch there; it has four beauties  on'it. If you were to���������" She-  looked up at,, him, smiled, looked  down again, pensively up at the  coveted branch. with a sidelong  glance like a flash at him, and then  ^ down once more.     Bui she did    not  ,,' conclude her sentence.  ���������     "If you would Jet me���������if you'd only  lot mo  lift you up,"  he, said,   .suddenly-   inspired.     ,*'you "could reach  ��������� . them-yourself,, couldn't-you?"'      ' '  "Ah!     That would do it, wouldn't  it?    And .1 want (.hem so!"      '     '|  "Then I may."  "Certainly not!. I'd rather ��������� go  without the apples!"  "T am much stronger," ,he paid.  "How if I seized you against your  will?" .   '  ' "Why, ������I couldn't help that, could  I?" she nsleed. And the thing was  done in less time than It takes . to  toll.  But shoJiad only picked one apple,  the nearest, when.his lady-love's  voice camo to them through ��������� the  trees., calling- him by name. And  there was a idiarp nolo in her voice  Hike the taste of an unripe apple)  which  told them what she saw,  "If you put me down before, I've  picked the four I'll never forgive  you," said , tho lady of the apples;  so he held her till she had tliom all,  though tho task was robbed of a  ftili half of tho delights lie had an-  liclpnlcd.  "Now,  she said,  when she was  on  her. feet      again,   "go  quickly.     Oh,  poor you."  "She'll cusl, mo olT," ho said.    .  "1 should���������if I wore she!",  And then ho turned in husto.  "JJul,   if she'docs,- como  back     to  ine!" she called after him.  "Well���������and what?    Be quick!"  "And  3'11  glvo  a bite ,of  an     apple��������� ir  there's any loft!"  she laughed.  The girl ho was engaged to had  scon it all, she said, and forthwith  renounced her right to that connection, slid seemed to havo scon oven  more ���������than all, considering what It  umounted to,.when she wont over it  in words. Low tastes and f,he society of the ill-bred, she told him,  .w.oulU bo his ruiii^, Then sho tossed  him ������iV2i* to ruin, declaring sho  would lu������v-3 noiio-of Jiim,,  "You ano free," she said 'ftjfy nu  means for tho first time), "and 1  know QKviz'Jy how you will use your  freedom."  "1 hope you'll havo the opportunity of using* yours as well," ho said,  fctimg itttfl retort, at last.  "I might, hnvo known!" sho cried.  *'Oh, what 1 havo been saved|     Every fresh face  ���������"So few. friOcs nro (Veal)/' ho flald;  and that was really unkind, for^she  had a sallow complexion.  "I am not going to,argue it any  more," she' declared, having .talked  ,the subject bare. "Go!"  '' And he went.' But- he was a gentleman, and previous to going he  had tried his best to soothe her annoyance, ' even to frankly owning  that���������from her point-of view��������� she  had cause "-for, it. lie' had tried to  close his ears to the echoing voice,  his eyes to the laughing face, of the  girl he had left under the apple  trees. He did all he could to shut  out the sweet, sudden vision of  freedom, of reiease from a captivity  which had always irked hini. It was  not his fault iii the present that 'h5s  past faults were accounted unpardonable. He only went when he  was certain, that he was powerless to  rerivet his chains.  He was not a poetical young man,  but some verses 'the, lady who had  relinquished hint was fond of quoting came . to him a.s he wandered  back to- where the cause of the mischief (so ' he devoutly hoped) still  awaited hini. He waited, on his  part, until he was quite ssrtain that  she was there,', until, he stood,-'in  front of her, and then ho repeated a  verse out loud;  "Where the'apple tree reddens never  pry���������  Lest we lose our Eden, Eve and 1.  "So, she , has sent you adrift?"  said the girl, bictz'J. '>������der the apple tree. "But Eve's all-right."  He dung himself beside hciV  " 'Eve's all right,' " he echoed.  "God bless lier! Vou haven't finished the apples?"  "Xo���������you're'just in time. Here's  a whole one left," and she passed it  to him.' "."That's the prettiest  side," she said, pointing; "you.may  bite it there." *  "Really?"       <  "It seems a ceremony befitting the  occasion," she said.  ,     , ' , .  "There," m* smild, as he handed the  bitten apple back to her. "But 1  knew what was good for me the moment I saw it, before I ate of ,the  fruit."       " - '~~ --  "You are keeping very close to  ���������the original," she said. .  " 'Eve. is all.right,' " he repeated.  Hear, E love,'you! Am 1?" -  He bent towards her. They were  .so close.under the. shelter of the  old apple tree that she 'could hear  his heart beat; he could'hear hers.  Hei--cheeks  were redder than    the  apples, and there was "a-strange new  note in  her, . voice.     "Wait."     she  said;   "I  thought 1   -could      deceive  you,  but I can't.     I saw her there  before I let you���������seize me."  He did not speak.    <  "\ know   she    does not  love you;  she almost said so.    She said things  about you    to     me she never could  have said if she- truly lQved yoii^   I  believe she loves someone else    better.    I must not toll' you *   why     I  think it,  but-1 do."       ��������� ^  "(  ,  -,  Still he did not speak/ ,'   '  "T know���������I .felt,sure���������that you did  not property love her."'. ,  'She waited a. moment.     "Can "you  forgive me?" she asked, very softly.'  "If love prompted you?"  "I suppose that was it," she    admitted.'    "Love and apples."'  A MESSAGE' FROM* THE PULPIT.  @e������o������atS)e-9e������a������otS������@������������������������ ������  I FOR���������'HOME I  o  0  o.  c  - >&  G  Recipes for the  Kitchen. S.  Hygiene and Other Notes *  for the Housekeeper. ^  o , ������  1HSCELLAXE0US  RECIPES.  Deviled Liver.���������Skin three pounds  liver and chop fine with I pound fat'  pickled pork. Mix with it onc teacup' bread crumbs, and season with  salt to , taste, , one teaspoon each  ground pepper, mace and cloves. Put  it into a covered pail, set in cold  water, and cook two hours after the  water boils. Remove the cover,  gash the top, and scatter over bits  of butter, place in the oven and  brown. Serve in slices when cold,  with, sour, jelly.  Sweet Rusk.���������Take one pint warm  milk, i cup , butter, one cup sugar,  one teaspoon salt, 2-3 cake compressed j eastv Hake a sponge with  the milk, yeast and flour enough  for     a     thin batter.  and add sugar to tbe proportion of  ������ Pound sugar to one pint of pulp.  Thoroughly boil tbe mixture once,  and then put it in jars and seal.  Grape Catsup.���������After making grape  jelly or juice take the remaining pulp  and strain through a fine colander.  Then to one quart of pulp add one  cup vinegar, one cup sugar, or more  if desired sweeter, 'one tablespoon  cinnamon) and ������ tablespoon cloves.  Boil up well and bottle.  I  CULINARY  CONCEITS.  night. In the morning add the butter, eggs and sugar, well beaten together, Uie salt and flour enough to  make a soft dough. Mold with,,the  hands into balls, and let rise until  very light, then bake. , ',  Delicious Sweets     are small     raw i  Never Parboil a turkey before  roasting. It takes from, the flavor  of the meat.  When boiling a pudding in a cloth,  put a plate beneath it to prevent  any chanc������ of its sticking to the  saucepan.  Chop hard boiled agg fine, ' mix  mayonnaise and spread on bread.  You will .not want a daintier sandwich than this.  To make mock crab cut thin slices  of chccpc, mash witli a fork to- a  paste and add vinegar, mustard and  pepper: spread on crackers or make  sandwiches. '      ' t,  When     coloring     lev   .required    in  Let rise over 'hashes, soups or stews let the onion  have     its    skin left on,  and neither  burned sugar nor any other coloring  matter will be required.'  You may like frie'd cucumbers.  Pare and slice lengthwise two largo  cucumbers, dust with salt and pepper,     dip   each piece in beaten egg,  LUCK TOM Ijffi BBIDES.  OLD   TEADITIOITS    BEGARDISrS  ��������� MARRIAGE  COLORS.,  sweet potatoes     fried whole in deep,,, ,    .       ..,   .        t        .���������, ���������.  fat.     Fifteen   minutes' frying     docs &cJ:ve hot- with tomato catsup.  them  to a beautiful  brown,  outside,      ^or fin     egg fondu beat four eggs  and tender mealiness inside.     French l"1}1 hSht'f rid^li ami pepper, two  fry is the name. itablespoonfuls Parmesan cheese   and  Baked Stuffed Tomatoes .-Select SrtU1G of- ,iu.lk: ���������oat tablespoon of but-  six largo firm -tomatoes. Remove iter, turn in the egg mixture and  only enough from the top to scoop iit,r ��������� wt}\ thickened Scive on  the meat and seeds out.    Chop very  squares o������ buttered toast  fine tliree slices of fried' calf's liver, the whole of one hard-boiled egg,(  one cup toasted bread crumbs" $ 'cup  melted butter, one red pepper pod,  salt to taste, and season highly  with black pepper if liked. Mix io-  gether with one raw egg. Place the  tomatoes close together in a  ing dish, and cover the whole  crumbs. Dot ' the top with " small  cubes of .. butter. " IJakc 20 minutes  and serve'in baking dish. This'mix-  a thick layer of the toasted bread  tare, 'omitting pepper, is a. delicious  bluffing'for. green peppers,1 but .. require 30 minutes in hot oven.    '  In "making Boiled Custard, after  scalding the- milk,' pour it over, the  beaten eggs slowly, instead of putting the eggs into the milk, as it  will usually ' prevent', the custard  curdling. .        .  ,.  - -'Apple Custard Pie (with 'Meringue.)��������� Stew ��������� and stain'- enough  finely flavored tart apples to make a'  large cup of sauce. ,Add-i cup sugar (more, if desired) and one scant  teaspoon grated nutmeg. Beat two  eggs- light and pour 'upon them ,1,  cup hot milk, to which" lias' been  added a bit of soda' not larger than  a pea., Let. sauce andvcustard get  cold, beat quickly together, fill a  pie dish lined with good1 paste.  Brush the'latter With white of vcgg  before the filling goes- in. This prevents a soggy crust. Bake .without  nn upper crust in a quick oven. Just,  before drawing, from the oven, cov-'  er evenly with the meringue on the  whites of two eggs, beaten'stiff, with  one tablospc-onful * powdered sugar.  Browii, lightly. It.is delicious,' as  also'are peach pies"made in lhe same  way. '    ��������� - , ���������  " Potalo;PulTs.���������-To two teacups cold  mashed,   potato     add <i   cup sweet  milk',  -J  teaspoon     salt, ��������� onc table-  j spoon  butter,- two  tablespoons  flour  VEGETARIAN BEEFSTEAK.  With the price of beef still advancing many housekeepers are resorting  to various substitutes and a good  vegetarian beefsteak ,, can be made  bak_ ;from split peas. A pint-and a half  with 0f Spiit peas should be soaked over  night in -water, to which a little  pinch of soda has been added."In the  morning pour off the water and -put  the peas into a double boiler .with  fresh water enough ,to. cover them.  Add as''seasoning a sprig of''thyme  and a very little garlic, two cloves,  and a green pepper, first taking the  seeds out of the latter". When ��������� the-  peas have been steamed until tender,  remove from the fire, drain,, and partially mash them, beating in,, while  hot,', a tablcspoourul of finely chopped onion or two tablespoons of  celery,' also minced',very fine.- The  mixture is then, made into balls like  fish cakes, which are dipped in beaten egg and Indian meal or bread  crumbs, and fried. This,may be  served with' a tomato sauce, and will  be found to bo so hearty as;to. entirely' take the place of meat.,  'In tlic old .days���������and probably to  some' extent the present day��������� the  Scotch clergyman ,,was very much  the paster of his flocks ,He ,.looked  out for* the big.'and little needs ''of  their sonls, and ats'o of their bodies.  Dean Ramsay,;,in his good oid ,b'ook,  "Scottish- Life'and Character," tells  a story vouched,for by one of , his  correspondents as authentic.   -   .  John Brown, Burgher minister at land two eggs beaten'to a froth. Mix,  Whitburn, .grandfather of the author I the whole thoroughly until light,  of "Rab and His Friends,", was traV' jput into a pudding dish, spread - a  el ing, in the early part of this cen-jlittlc butler over the,>top and bake'  tury on a small ..Shetland pony to | until a golden brown.' The1 qunl-  attend   the'    sacrament at Wadding- ity   depends   upon  thoroughly    beat-  - "   USING   SOFT COAL. '  '. <     - *           j,  How'to-' Keep the Souse    Heat'ed  ,    Without Anthracite. ���������  ton. Between < Muss el burgh and  Tranent he overtobkrone of his own  people.  "What are ye dain' here, Janet,  and whaur ye gium this warm wa-  thcr?" .,''--_ ���������     -  - '"Deed, sir," replied Janet, "/I'm  gaun to .Haddington for the'- occasion, an' expock to hear-ye, preach  this' cftcr'noon."     " ,  "Vcra.weel, Janet, but whaur ye  gaun to'.sleap?" ,, .  "T dinna keii, sir," but Providence  is aye kind, im'  '11  provide a bed."  Mr. Brown jogged on to Haddington, , * . ,    ',   '  , After service in the afternoon,  before ho     pronounced a blessing,    he  said from the pulpit: w  "Whnur's the auldo wifio that followed mo frtic Whitburn?"-  "Hero 1 am, sir!" piped a shrill  voice from a back seat.  "Awed," said Mi*. Brown, "I have  fund ye a bed;    yc'ro     to  sloop wi'  Jennie Fifc.'^  -f-  IRISH M.P.'s RECORD.  A rcniarleulile example of constant  attendance in tho British, Houto of  Commons through a l������ng series of  years has lieon ��������� gi\on by an frirh  M.P.     Mi*.   Llonal Sullivan has been' powder nnd one egg.  ing the eggs befoie adding them, so  the puff will remain light for baking.  Chickens in Cream.���������Cut chickens  in two lengthwise, place halves in a  dripping pan and .just cover with  sweet, cream. - Season with a little'  salt, -pepper and butter. Set in  oven, and'by the. time the cream is  almost cooked away the chickens  will be done. Have just.cream ,fccn-  oughlcft to put over'mashed polaT  tb as gravy.,,, , ' i  ' Cocoanul Bars.-���������Place two 'pounds  white coffee sugar over the (ire with  one pint water, and boil until n little dropped into cold water can be  rolled into a ball.- Then remove  from the lire and stir in two teaspoons cither vanilla or rose flavoring. Now add one pound grated  cocoanul. and ' stir with a wooden  spoon until" the mixture begins to  look while, and then pour at once  into a shallow square pan. As soon  as it has cooled a little, mark olT,into square*?. When cold, oithor bieak  or cut. \  Corn  Cake.'���������One cup Indian  meal.  two   lahlcspoonfuls  sugar.'  one     cup  flour,   --JV tablespoon  meUcd  butter,  one cup     milk, li teaspoons baking  First beat the  seventeen vears a member, and has;egg, then add tho sugar, butter and  taken" pari - in over 0,000 di**isions. ! millc. Lastly., add the meal and  This year ho has been in the House j Hour, into which has been sifted ihe  din'iiig every  .division, though     ro-  baking powder,  fra in ing from taking* part in live  through the Irish party abstaining.  Mr.     Sullivan gees     down to     tho  , Bread Crumb Omelet.���������Let one cup  broad crumbs soak in one cup milk  ti little while,   thou  beat Iho    yolks  House  (when  silling)  every  Oi\y   at of two or throe eggs With it, adding  noon and remain*-, till the end, however lute it may bo. His only exercise is walking on the Terrace, and  ho is in tho hot of heallji.  A LONG  FKNCE.  . J.oiiRlliy im Komo . of tho cattle  rango.4 of Toxu.4 are tlioy will appear  Hinall When compared with tho fence  to be built, at the Joint uxi.en.se of  the Canadian and American (Joveni-  monls. This will Ijo on the boundary  line   between   Montana  and   Cnimilu,  and  will  be built of galvanised wire ���������,u,u'   b'Ti ,      if,,     m,���������..  for sovou  hundnul miles.   The i.cces- oU,011. c'oth , V   J     K ,i n  sity for this huge mulertaking arises *''.cc   ������vf'.'v ,0'f. ''���������.    t.  ,*.  ' ,..,ii���������, ,,,    n..in��������� ,-:���������.n, K..,i. until  tbo Juice has cunt-Kid to  in a peculiar way. Cattle from both  countries stray acrobs the boundary  lino, and are seized by Custom liom-.e  odlcials on the ground that they  have hacn smuggled,  To prove W> yon Hmb Dr.'  Chj8*g Ointment It! a cortali**  and abioJutp oUro (Or each  ft your net.  ti-jo ft b������<JJ  '0{yftx,et  ton to,  OURfOUS   WEDDINU* CUSTOM. ,  Brides in Alfocttl, Lower Hungary,  have boon deprived of their wcddiiig  glft.9 hy, tjio Uovornrnont health au-  thorltlch*. Tt was k custom of the  nltiee for brides to wash with soap  and to comb the heads of till gii"St.*j,  they in turn throwing coins into tho  basin. The result, according to the  doctors, wan tho spreading of disease, and an epidemic of ophthalmia  led tho CoviM'nniont lo put a sudden  end to the cuutom.  ti dash of,popper.    Put into a hot  buttered     spi'dcr,     then    tuVn the  whites, beaten     to a stiff froth, on  top of tho yolks, and put into the  ovpn   i������ cook.     When  done,  fold , it  over and servo hot.                        v  o "  CRAPES  TNT WINTER.  ������������������. * i  Crape .'oily.���������Pick the grapes from  tho sK.'nis carefully, wash, add a Utile water, and thou put on tho stove  to boil. When grapes are softened,  pour them into a bag made of    thin  cm sus-  nod pan  Juice has conned to drip.  Before putting the Juice on the  stove, take one pint sugar to every  pint of , juico ,*W>u are using, und  place tlio sugar in- a. dry, flat pan.  Put in tlio oven and let it remain  there to heat slowly until it is thoroughly hot, but be careful not to  allow the sugar to molt. When, tho  juice has boiled hard 'for 20 minutes, add the hot sugar gradually  and stir until nli of il is dissolved,  After the sugar has been added' do  not lei the mixture boil, but if, after testing, the mixture is nod thick  enough, put it on the back of the  stove where it will keep warm but  not boil. When the mixture jellies  in a saucer, pour it into glasses and  cover wh'ile Hot. '  Grape Juice���������Prepare as for jelly  arid add one cup sugar to one or two'  quarts of juice. As much sugar may  bo used as wanted, one cup of it lo  two quarts of Juice will make tho  juico rather sweet. After bringing  the juice to a boil, bottle and seal  while hot.  f!mpo Marmalade��������� After making  grape juice or jelly,  take the    pulp  Soft coal ignites very quickly, d'es  down  with  equal facility, -and needd  constant watching and frequent,    replenishing to    maintain even'a'measurably  constant  lire.   In these,   respects it 'more resembles wood than  anthracite, but burns very near}y,>as  well" 'in     an anthracite range as in  one built for a  market wheic"    only  soft coal is used'as a domestic fuel.  ���������  In;-an   anthracite-heating . furnace  soft'coal needs'1 to  be treated   'very  differently from anthracite, but     the  dilterencc consists' in tho lnnnagomeiit  of draughts and checks.   In'the feed  door    .of e\ery furnace .   there  is a  slide  damper to admit aiiyoicr  the  fire.   When  anthracite  is  used      this  is opcifcd     only if it is desired     to  deaden'tlie fire and lower the  temperature , of     the house.   With    soft  coal it     must be left open ail     the  time. rThe great     volume0, of gases  evolved" from it in the cooking, process,' which is  the first stage, in  its  combustion, calls for-'moro air than  can be  had      through  the body '   of  fuel;--and - 'unless    .this   is   supplied  abo\e the fire the 'greatest value   of  the fuel  is lost up the chimney '  in  unconsumed     gases.   Too    much air  for good     combustion can  be     admitted, over the fire,' but it is     not  likely to  be,   the case if  the     slide  damper  in  the feed door of a    furnace built- for anthracite is loft wide  open     all   "W:  lime   The  diMi-rhi  orcjiing in the ash pit door,  on the  other-hand,' needs to ,bc less   widely  and continuously open  than ���������for anthracite;'   With  the same-amount   of  bottom draught which it is cu.stom-  arv     to  gne     hard- coal,  soft coat  would simulate the combustion in a  blast furnace     and cull for constant  stoking.   Tho householder must also  remember  that the chock draught in  the strive   - pipe, which with anthracite is   usually kept open  in  moderate weather, cannot be opened much,  if any,  with soft coal, or tho'house,  will  fill   with smoke.   'J ho best way  is      lo   leave      it;  closed  altogether.  With  the  attemion to  these details,  which reverse the customary pi'actico  with anthracite, a furnace may     bo  run     on  bituminous    coal  so as to  keep n  house entirely comfortable.  It will bo found dilllcttll, If not  impossible, to keep oithor (l range or  fjirniico 'fire o\or night with soft  coal unless onehas a watchman on  duty to look after it- As an offset  to, this, howuvL'1*, wo have the, case  with which a" fresh lire of soft coal  may bo lighted, and iLs almost ln-  sta'ntaneoiis response in hcat-impart-  Ing olllcionoy. It kindles nearly as  eabily as .shavings, and Hun coke of  tho previous flro docs not have to  bo removed from tho tiro pot. All  that is nccossary is (o shako down  the line ash, and make the now flro  upon what reninias. With a littlo  judgment, one diaving n small supply of uuthracilo available, may  run his furnace through tho day and  evening with soft coal, and by adding anthracite til night have a fire  in tho morning. Hut with no anthracite at till he can, with a littlo  more trouble than he is accustomed  to, keep his bouse comfortable with  soft coal.  -4r  Bride   Who     Courted Success    by  Wearing   Stockings With a  ���������   History.  At a recent' wedding the bride  wore a pah' of blue . silk stockings  which were loaned to her by Mxs.  Charles Freeman, better known as  Miss Uary E. Wilkins, thus complying with the conditions of the  old superstition compelling a bride,  if she wished for luck, to wear  Something, oid and something new,  Something borrowed and something  blue.  These particular stockings, says  Tlie New York Herald, possessed a  history dealing entirely with the old  adage, to which brides invariably  give heed, notwithstanding'the severity of their frowns at childish  superstitions upon other and' less  momentous occasions. The hose  were originally presented by Miss  Anny Turner lo Miss Mary ,E.  Waics, with-the understanding that  she should wear them when married. But as the wedding of Miss  Wilkins, ' who is a friend of Miss  Wales, occurred before the owner of  the stockings had a chance to i wear  them herself, "she turned them over  to the bride to use upon the happy  occasion. Then Miss Wilkins passed  them on to this bride, who will in  course of time present them to some  other bride, doubly lucky in donning  stockings twice, blessed. ,  -  Few brides, care to go to the altar without complying with the old  adage. ,   ' * ���������  "SOMETHING  OLD"',  is frequently the wedding veil itself,' which, if of good lace, is handed down as'an heirloom to be worn'  by all rhe brides of the family.  "Something new" is hard to get  away from, ��������� as the garments of a  bride are usually ��������� of self-evident  freshness. "Something borrowed"  is easily complied'with���������a pin, ring  or hair pin answering every purpose. r "Something blue", is often a  pair of silk garters, or "a knot of  ribbonotacked away amid Iho lacos  of the lingerie. '  A. sure talisman against spinster-  hood is said to be' the, wearing of  yellow garters, which have ,an es-  pedal value/ the wise ones say, if  presented 'to maidens, on Easter Sunday. But should a bride present  one of her .yellow garters���������which  have served their purpose in her  own case���������to'a friend, then oil is ordained* that that'lucky individual  might as well begin preparations for  her own .wedding, as it-is-sure to  follow in short order*.  A superstitious "bride will never  entirely don her wedding costume 'until the 'time for the ceremony, as  to do so is supposed to bring bad  luck. .  *, Neither will she allow her prospective, husband to sec her in bridal  array until he meets tier' at the ,al-  tar, or'as near to that time as can  be conveniently managed.  In dressing herself for hur, wedding  the brido must remember to put 'on  'her right shoo first if. she wishes to  It is an old custom for the bride  to cut the first slice from her wedding-cake. This cake must invariably contain a ring, which will signify a speedy marriage to the lucky  person  finding it.  Tlie bridesmaid who catches the  bride's bouquet will be the first one  of the ' guests to be married.- It  must be remembered,- though, -th'at  "thrice a bridesmaid, never a  bride." ' ,  It is also said that no maiden  who desireu to be wed ever should  sit upon a. table, as this unconventional resting, place will prove a  bar to matrimony.  TIE MIMCi OF LOIDON  LIFE      AND   , DEATH HT  GREAT HEXEOPOLIS.  THE  THE EFFECT OF TERFUMES,  'French .scientists have been making experiment'.') in regai'd to tho effect of certain perfumes on tho  voice Many of the most successful  teachers in singing have cautioned  their pupils stringently against the  use of perfumes or Iho proximity of  odorous flowcis. Some masters g0  so far as to forbid their pupils the  use of any perfume*} at all, and if  one of them is detected wearing a  bunch of violet a the lesson is postponed. The perfume of tho vi0]0t  has boon found by the use of the  laryngoscope) to bo particularly  injurious , , ^ ,  ,  have a happy imarried life.  ��������� The wedding ring must be" a circlet  of gold, signifying endless devotion,  and if'must .not bo tried an before  the ceremony nor taken from > the  finger afterward. ,       * ..  No girl'will'be a happy brido who  has'not at least'in some little particular assisted ,in, the, making of her  wedding gown or the mixing of'     "  IIBR- BRIDAL  CAKE. ^  There is an ancient rhyme running  in this wise: ' -  Married in white,  Ycu have chosen all right.  ^Married in gray,''  You will go far'away.  , Married  in black,  You will wjsh yourself bock.v  ,   Married  in rod,   ,      ' ,  You'd-better be dead.        '   ,  Married in green,  "Ashamed"to be seen.  Married in blue, "    o  ' You'li aLways be true.  Married in pearl,  , You'll live in a whirl.  Married "in- yellow, ,  'Ashamed of the fellow.  Married in brown", ,    , i  You'll live out of town.  Married  in j)ink, .u  Your spirits will sink.  If a bride be very thoughtful   and'  also  superstitious she'^carries a fall-  bit's foot somewhere about, her when  married.  May used to bo regarded vas a desperately unlucky month for weddings, but as it, comes at the loveliest, season of the year, custom and  convenience 'have banished superstition and now the evil ban is said  to  be-removed.  In the selection of a day, it is interesting to remember the old rhyme  which soys:  Monday for health,'1'1  Tuesday for wealth; i  Wednesday the best' day of all!  Thursday for crosses,  Friday for losses, ,  Saturday no luck at all.  It is considered unlucky to change  the date of n  wedding after it, once  has boon determined  upon, and     for  that  reason  many  ceremonies      are  performed    under     adverse    circumstances  sooner  than  sufl'or an  alteration of tho plans,  ALL JliniJES  ItE.IOICK  when the wedding day is a bright  one., for they remember the ofl-  quolod line, "Happy is the. bride  that,tho snn shines on." If tho  iimidon to be wed can squeeze out a  few lours on her wedding day��������� and  this is not usually difiicult���������it is  said  to  insure her future happiness  BRIDAL FLOWERS.  Traditions Connected With     Them  in Various  Countries.  ' It may prove interesting to prospective brides, who choose iheir  wedding flowers with so much sentiment, to know why certain blossoms have been associated with marriage feasts.  Orange blossoms are the first  flower thought^of in connection with  weddings. The Saracens used orange blossoms to crown, their brides  and regarded them as the emblems  of happiness and prosperity and as  a sign of fecundity. The'fruit has  also its association with the hymeneal altar, as the golden apple  presented ' by Jupiter to Jiino on  the day of their nuptials is supposed to  have been  an  orange.  Jn Sardinia it is customary to attach oranges to the horns of the  oxen .which draw the nuptial conveyance.'' Brides and bridegrooms  also are sprinkled with orange flower water, and in ancient times' the  bridal .bed was decorated with sprigs  of rosemary  and orange blossoms.  The G-ermans, who use wreaths of  myrtle, consider this vine symbolic  of purity and fertility, and for the  sainc reason the Roman bridegroom  wore a crown of myrtle, while rthe  bride's wreath ' was of roses and  myrtle. Myrtle was said to be . a  favorite of Venus, the go'ddess of  love, and is symbolic of love. In  Prussia, however, it is held to be  an evil omen for the bride to plant  myrtle, and in ��������� other parts of the  German, Empire verbena wreaths replace the myrtle. In other parts of  this same country a-hat made of  verbenas is presented to the new-  made wife, andjs supposed to place  her under the special protection < of  Venus Victrix.  In former limes rosemary was considered the bridal flower; and it  was entwined in, wreaths and dipped  in scented water. In Greece the altar is entwined with ivy, and the  priest presents a branch to botb  the bride and bridegroom as- a symbol of the indissoluble knot of matrimony, while the wreaths of ' the'  .bridal couple are, in some parts of  this land; composed of-'Poppies*.  In' old - Roman ''��������� times roppy  wreaths were only worn by married  women; supposed <��������� to indicate? by  their brightness," the joy and happiness of married life In i other  parts of the Greek isles brides wear  hyacinth wreaths instead, of orange  blossoms. Tn Tripoli alt bridal  "���������ifts arc sent covered with flowers.  0|Rosc crowns sometimes ��������� were worn  as bride wreaths', being especially  r- love's flower, but the lily of the val  ley,'now so often used as "the bridal  flower, was called virgin's tears and  was- considered most unlucky as a  wedding flower.  .     .il&SES JACKET.  1   v    12 to* 16 Years.  Loosc> jacket?, in box style, arc  much iu" vogue for young girls and  make ideal cool weather wraps. They  slip on and oil with ease and being  loose, admit of nn additional under-  wrap when the weather demands-  The season's display shows them in  tan covert and black cloth, in silk  'interlined and in cheviot. The  model is adapted lo all materials  but as shown is of tan cloth stitched with corticolli silk'.  The jacket includes loose fronts  and half-fitted backs, that arc joined by means of curved under-arm  gore's, and closes at tho loft side in  double breasted stylo. Tho sleeves  are Ixill shaped and fit smoothly  at tho arms-eyes.* At, tho neck is a  deep   turn-over  collar.  The quantity of material required  for the medium ..size is 82 yards 21  inchos wide, 2 yards 14 inches wide,  or Ih yards 52 inches wide.  Marriages    Are  ��������� Kofe Numerous,  While Eirths Show a Decreasing   Rate.  The true romance of London is revealed in the 800 pages of statistics  just issued by the London county  council. The story of the growth  and present position of the capital  there lold is more striking than  any fiction. London has reached, a  point' when it has ceased to be a  city, but has become an undivided  mass of cities. Greater London now  contains ' 6,381,372 people, nearly  twice as many as its nearest rival, ,  Greater New York.(;Mf Paris, Berlin,  and Chicago, the three cities that  come next, were groupt-d together,  they would not approach it- It has;  as many inhabitants as Belgium or  Morocco, and nearly half as many  more as the whole of Portugal, or  Ireland,  or Scotland.  Once the city of London comprised  its boundaries. Now, for every forty  people in tha tity itself there are  10.000 Londoners' living- outside. .  The increase of population in ten  years amounted to 950,000, or  more than the total population of  Dublin, Edinburgh, and Bristol combined. ,  BIRTH RATE JS FALLING.  The limit is not yet reached. Tho  figures on which the calculations in  the return are prepared cover only  the administrative County of London, with a population of 4,500,000.  The outer belt, containing over 2,-  000,000, does not come within tha  county council's survey. In administrative London an abnormal state  of affairs prevails. Jifarriage rate,  birth rate, and death rate are all  below the average.  There has been a decided improvement in recent years in the marriaga  rate for Londoni^jln 189-t it reach*  ed' its lowest point, 17 per 1,000.  In 1S99, the last year for which  figures are given, it was 18.4 per  1,000. The birth rate does not show  a corresponding dnea-ease- It is now  at the lowest point it has ever  touched. Thirty years ago it ' was  35.4 per 1,000; in 1899 it' had  sunk to 29..'3. Jn this matter the  state of affairs in London corresponds in a surprising degree to th������  whole country,,, where the fall has  been  on parallel lines.  POOR CLASSES MOST PROLHTC.  : The two poorest ^districts. St. ,  Luke's and -JUetnnal~Green, are pro*  portionately the most prolific. St^  Martin's in the Fields, 'Kensington<  Hampstead, and St. George's Han* ,  over s*quare are the leas^. Ther*!  are over four times as''many births/  proportionately, in,1 StN Luke's as in  St. George's.  The death rate is now 20.6 per  thousand, an increase over, the three  previous years. London still rankf  among the most healthy of great  cities, although it cannot yet ap< ,  proach tho , Amsterdam average of ,  3 Jj.3. If the greater registration  district of London is taken, tha  crude death rate,is only 19.3.    "  The figures give abundant proof  that undei' better sanitary conditions  the death rate in London, would be  lower. * The fewer in the houses tha '  fewer the deaths. Nearly'two-thirds'  as many more people "of all ages dig  in over-crowded tenement quarters  as in suburban districts. 'The death  rate from consumption is highest in  St. Luke's and in Southwark, and  lowest' in Hamstead. -  PAUPERISM AND  CRIME.  Pauperism    shows a  tendency     to'  decrease and,   crime has diminished,   '  with  the  exception    of  drunkenness,  which is making rapid strides.     Out  of every  100,000 'people  5a?     wero  arrested for drunkenness in 1S90. fn  1899'the    proportion had  risen ,   to  S46.   This was    no temporary mat-,  ter,  but     part    of a steady upward   ,  growth.  The total of paupers is appalling.  Twenty-one per cent, of the entiro  population over'65 years old-are in  receipt of poor relief. On Jan. 1-,'  1901, 123,520 were being given public charity either as indoor or ��������� outdoor paupers,  vagrant.--,  or lunatics.  .  The police give returns showing the ���������  number of bad characters cat largo  known to them, but these,are declared to be of doubtful value , The  police give the number of thieves at  large as 81."., the persons under police supervision, 1,155, and the , ���������  houses of receivers of stolen goods,  103.  INCREASE OF .INSANITY.'  The total of lunatics for whom the '**  county of London has to find accommodation has increased over 50  per cent in twelve years. In 1890  it was 10,101, in 1901 it was 15,-  ,511. The total number of lunatics  in London in 1901  was-21,8-18.  The returns of the fire brigade vvill  bo read with painful interest. Tho  figures only cover 1900, although  those for 1901 ha've been available  for many months. Jn that year seventy-four persons lost their lives, '  and of those deaths, to quote tha  report, "a large majority occurred  before ltl;o lire brigade'was oven  called." Tho list of deaths is, monotonously followed by such remark;)  as "Cali not received till more than  three hours after the occurrence of  the fire." No suggestion Is nuulu  that the condition of things which  renders such late rails possible Is far  from satisfactory.  AN   1M1-M3RIAL PAWNSHOP.  'J'he Imperial pawnshop at Vienna  has Ijijen reopened to the public after  a considerable enlargement,. Ilcsi(dcs  advancing loons on pledged articles  tho managers of the'institution undertake tho rale by auction of any  goods or stock of merchandise submitted. Those desirous of disposing  of their liffc'ls miist notify the managers throe days previous to the  sale. Tho now metropolilan institution when complete vvill .con- "Can sho remember what happen-  tain  no  fewer     than  twelve auction jod  on      her twenty-sixth  birl hdny?'1  "Ycc;  Mso was jtn.i eighteen."  No woman has entered tin; Cotii  vent of St. Catherine, on Moimr  Wiiiai,-for J ,100 years.  -,i-  liulls. The uiithorhhs claim, no  more than 5 per cent, of the sum  realized al an auction, which charge  includes   all   auctioneering   expenses.  Bad Digestion and Racking Headaches���������Cure has Brought Afooufe  '   t    ���������        hy Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  .���������"Fains in the small of the hack"  io the Way hosts of pooflc describe  thoir sulTcringS', not knowing that  the pains aro in reality in tho kidneys. Pains in * tho back, weak  back, huno back, backache���������those arc  the first indications^ of fcidney  trouble They are tlio warning  which nature gives you. It you hood  at once you can bo cured. Neglect  will soon put you at tho mercy of  the most painful und fatal of . diseases.  Women as well an men have kidney  disisivso,  and may well feel anxious  when tho kidney pains make them-  'eelvcs felt in the small of the back.  JJccnuso Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills give you prompt relief from  backache it is well worth your while  to tako them. Hut they do more  than this. They regulate and invigorate the action of the kidneys',  and insure a retain to "health of  those imipdrtanit organs.  frfrs. J. Lartor, 12U Cross, sticct,  Churlottetown, P.E.L, and whq.se  huwbaud is a contractor, Mates :���������  "I had s-ulTend a t-rcat deal with,  pains in the small of m.v Lack,    my  J)r-ChaFO's Kidney-Liver Pills,  _  cents\i box, at all dealers, or  digesXi'oii "was "bad,  and' J  was   fre-   munson, Bates & Co.., Toronto*  quently troubled with opells of racking headache, I have been cntiiely  "urcd of those-distressing symptoms  by the uie of Dr. Chase's Kidnoy-  Lucr Pills, and find that my gon-  si-ftl health is greatly improved since  I  Iia-'.o  been  using this preparation.  "1 -an also testify to the meitt of  Dr. Chase's Syrup * o; Lins-epd' and  .Turpentine, as I was cured of a severe attack of bronchitis by the titfe.  of this remedy." _ ^  2.?  ���������I o  IASTIE&  3?HE SAD CONDITION OP MANY  yofrNG GIELS.  brothers Should     Be Very Careful  When Their    Daughters     Complain of    Headache, Fickle  Appetite,   Dizziness    or  Heart Palpitation.  Many mothers     neglect the health  al  their     growing' daughters.      Not  wilfully, oi course,  but because they  '   think the occasional headaches from  which' they sniricr,  ncklentss of     ap*  petite,' and pale checks,- are the natural     result of,,the merging     from  girlhood into womanhood.   'This is a  serious mistake   There is no  peiiod  in a girl's life when she needs- more  '   attention, and unless the little troubles are successfully treated,      more  serious     ones���������perhaps     deline and  consumption���������arc     sure     to follow.  What every young girl needs at this  period is, a tunic medicine that will  give her 'a  rich,   red   blood, ���������   strong  nerves, and  briiig her safely through  a critical     period in,    her life.   For  this purpuse there is no other m6di-  cine  in  the      woild  can, equal   "J>r.  Williams' Pink Pills,   '1 hot-sands    ol  girls   throughout   Canada   owe   their  present heath  and  happiness to  this  medicine,  and      thousands of others  who aie     sullering would soon     be  strong if they  would give  Dr.     Wil-  liamo'   , Pink      Pills    a,,'fair  trial.  Among tho many young ladies   who  have proved tho great v*,orth of this  medicine is Miss .Jo.mio Hoamer,    ol  Doyle,     Ont.   .Miss    Bcamer says :���������  .   "Some years ago I became very ill,  and my friends    feared I wa3 going  into     decline   1  was pale ; suffered  from     terrible  headaches;   my  appe-  ' tite was poor, and I grew very thin.  T became so weak that I could hardly     walk.   1 remained in this     condition  for      povcral   months.,   during  which time I tried several medicine?  but     none     helped me in the least.  Then  my  mother got me some     ol  Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, and almost  from tlic outset they helped moi   An  I continued the use of the pills, Iho  Bsvere headaches     left mo; my     appetite     returned     and 1 gained     in  weight.   In fact I was soon enjoying  perfect health,  and have since     coiif  tinuod   to  do   so.   I  attribute     this  entirely to' tho  use of Dr.  Williams'  Tink Pills, and will'bo glad if some  other weak and ailing girl vvill profit  by my experience"  Pale  and  sallow  ciieoks,   diraincss,  ��������� headaches,, palpitation  of the heart,  and  the     foiling of weariness     that  afflicts     so many young girls     will  soon disappear if Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills are used.   These pills also cure  rheumatism,     dyspepsia, kidney   ailments,  St.   Vitus'   dance,  and   other  troubles that conic, from poor^SleTod  and  weak nerves.   Wold by all  dealers in medicine "or sent post paid, at  50 cents a box,      or six boxes     for  MRS. KENT'S FLOWERS  S2.50,  liams'  Ont.  by  addressing  tho Dr.     Wil-  Medicine    Co.,    Brookville,  -f-  "    , ECCENTRIC MILLIONAIRE.  Had' Peculiar , Ideas About    Using  His   Money.  J1 ' i  Winfield  S.   Sti-atton,   tbe  millionaire      mine     . owner ' of     Colorado  Springs,  Col., who died recently; began his working life as a. carpenter.  (    After  prospecting' unproliiably   '   for  some years ho'discovered the famous  ���������    Independence mine at Cripple Crock,  took from it several millions   boforo  selling      it to' an  English svndicnlc  for, ������11,000,000,      went    on'making  money in other enterprises, and >  the  wealth   that  ho   leaves  is  estimated  to he'at least ������50,000,000.     Tie,was  ,   a man of good  qualities,  simple    in  his tastes 'and habits,  with a marked  dislike     for    notoriety and  publicity,     llis    charitable deeds    have  been many and most of them     have  been marked by good judgment,     lie  ��������� redeemed  the Tabor properties      for  the     widow      of    Senator Tabor in  .gratitude   - for.,kiudnoss shown     him  when he was poor, and all who  displayed      unselfish    goodness  toward  him in his days   of  poverty have   had  , no occasion lo regret it.  He was an eccentric character in  many respects, ' and had his own  ideas about using his money. His investments in other properties wore  not made Tor profit, but because of  most illogical reasons. Jt was said  that he bought a hotol for over S2,-  000,000 in order to discharge a  clerk for impudence, and look a controlling interest in,the Cripple Creek  street car line because ho did not  approve of ' the way it vvas man-  . aged. This alone 'Cost him about  half a million dollars.  While indulging in the freaks a  rich man can afiorel he did not like  the idea of having idle surplus on  his .hands, so. he nmdo many  Investments in Colorado real 'estate,  and many oi the best corners in  Cripple Creek and Colorado Springs  belong to Stratton. '        t  After his sale of the 'Independence  mine, which at one time'he said ho  never would sell, ho studied the conformation of tho Cripple Creek "field  and bought 000 nero-i at a. point  thought to bo tho mineral focus of  all radiant veins of gold in the region. Stratton believed, and oilier experts agreed with him, that in-  M(l.> the limits of this 000 acri*  tract, but far below the Sin I'.ice, will  ultimately be found, the richest gold  deposits in tho world,   *-   BABY'S  FIRST 100TH.  The garden did look very beautiful. The great beds of spicy carnations, fragrant roses and dainty,  modest pansies were all at their  best. A sturdy-looking hedge of  sweet pea vines reached nearly across  the garden. The nasturtiums glowed  in the afternoon sun. Over at one  side pink and scarlet geraniums  made a blaze' of color. Other flowers grew and blossomed in gay profusion.  AVith much pride rand satisfaction,  pride in her beautiful garden and  satisfaction that her new daughter-  in-law fully appreciated the result  of her efiorts in floriculture, Aire.  Kent watched her son's wife moving 'delightedly about among tho  blossoms.  '"Showed Elsie your foliage plants  yet,'mother ?" ��������� .       -    ,  Mrs. JCcnl turned half startled,  and Elsie made a hurried scamper  up the path toward her big husband, whose approach had ' been  obscured by several largo cannas  and castor beans.  "Not yet, but I had not forgotten  them. You'll come with us, won't  you,  John '!"  Sure 1 will," John replied. "But  what devastation 1ms this littlo  robber wrought among your choicest  flowers, mother mine ?"  "I'm glad she enjovs thorn," Mrs.  Kent said. Then she added half  apologetically,, "I ought to have  brought a basket;, they might' stain  her dress."    >  Elsie had utilized the tunic ol her  pretty dimity gown, and the bright-  colored, (lowers glowed through its  thin folds.  ' "I believe'you have all of half a  bushel ihcrc, you greedy littlo girl,  and see, mother," cried .John laughingly, '���������she isn't satisfied then , but  has flowers in her Hands and hair I"  lOIsie lauglieci gleefully. "You are  a big, naughty boy to.call mo  greedy," sho said; "and I put these  in my hair because you once told  me you liked flowers there. These,"  looking at her handful oi iilies, "I  was afraid might get their petals  broken."'  A little later tho tnreo were 'standing before Sirs. Kent's collection of  foliage'plants. "This is very rare  and so is this oi.o," Mrs.^Kont explained. "These t sent 'away- for  just' a littlo while ago. Those over  there, John, I"must have had when  you were homo, didn't T ?" ���������  , "I remember somo of them," John  replied. "You'ie, 'a fine collection,  mother. Of course you will exhibit  them at the fair."  "Of course 1, shall. There are just  forty-two varieties of colons and I  haven't missed a premium on my  flowers'in ton.yoars. ,AVhe,n Bceby  doesn't exhibit, J na������������ .irst ; ��������� one  can't really expect to compote with  Bcjby and got first, premium; but,"  and a litlie , wave of color surged  into her cheeks! "1 don't intend 11 rs.  Raymond shall take, it from me Sho  is going to try, John. She's boon  working like a slave all summer  among lier flowers: ' Tho fair is' only  leu days' oft and.my flowers , wore  never . in bcttci condition at this  time of year. Elsie, maybe  would like slips ot niy colons  geraniums ? You're so ��������� .fond  llowers."  "Don't you dislike to slip them?"  Elsio asked, as Mrs. Kent broke oft-  slip  after slip.  "Why, no," was the reply, "I  like lo if a body will care for them  after T take them olT. t used to always bo giving slips to that Hopkins girl. You remember her. don't  you, John V Sho nlwnys protended  she was, so fond of thorn, but 1  found out after a while ,that sho  only kept them till tnoy began to  fade and then threw them nut.  never sot them in r.tu around  all."   '      -      '  John cast a merry glanca toward  his wife but she was lookinjf-inothor  way.  "1 wish^you would'stay longer,"  Mrs. Kent said to Elsie, while t.hc  latter helped her with the tea  things. ','Lol me see, John noes the  day after toLmorrow."  "Oh dear, yes !"'Klsie said. Then,  brightening      a   bit���������"He'll   only  bo  away two weeks this trip and ho   is  not going to travel after this year."  Mr. Kent anil John had gone down  to the postollice and  tne two women  were'alone.   The     talk soon   turned  to Mrs. Kent's, flowers and her plans  for      their  exhibition   at   the   Ellis-  town fair. j  "I'm going    to take more   ' pains I  than  ever before,"   Mrs.   Kent  said, j  "I   haven't even  told   John's   father I  about this."   Then  from   the  <*cllar- i  way      sho  brought      forth  the. wire J  frame for "Gates Ajar."    "I'm  ing to  fill   it  with 'astors.   I'm  sure  I'll have enough."   Tlten  with all  a  woman's     love of     detail  she ga\e  minute  instructions  concerning     the  arrangement of dill or eat flowers.  Th.it  ovening  whilo   driving  home.  'John ������aid,   "Mother   takes to ,, you I  won.leri'tilly,      Kihie, ar.d she is     so |  pleased   that  you   are   fond   of  flow-!  ers.    t never knew mother to  be unreasonable  on  any subjort   but     her  llowers.   Though ohe must have loved  you  anyway,  you   have  won   her  completely     by your    honest eutliu-  isiasm      over  her  beloved  nlos-ioms "  I Then,     turning     KI.mo's face loward  }his in  the moonlight,  he continued,.  j"J'ni glad she never ������avv your     own  flower gurii. n.  eh,  Utile girl  ?"  "I never said I liked to l<*nd tli.'iii.  r it*.!id t loved ihem und I do. I  h.ito c.n'ing for them. Mother and  Addin have always done thai They  I'lk������* to, bid f only like to pick l.hein  arid Iix i hem in vasivt, all over the  lions.',  It needs soniroi'o to. do  that,  you  and  of  Thoroughness.  ' Prof. W. Hodgson Ellis, Official  Analyst to the Dominion, Government, states that " Sunlight Soap has  "a thorough cleansing power, -with-  "out danger to the clothing or  skin." - Women who want washing  done thoroughly cannot use better  "than Sunlight Soap���������Octagon Bar.  Unlike common soaps, there is no  damage to the clothing, and no  danger to the skin'; hence the saying : Sunlight Soap reduces expense.  Try Sunlight Soap���������Octagon Bar-  next wash day, and you will see that  ,Prof. Ellis is right He should  know.  _^_ 218  that her husband's mother had called to see her.  "And ISlsic," her^mother said,  "she never mentioned you again  after sho caught sight of those  slips. /She is disappointed, loo,  about her exhibit at the fair. She  was on her way lo the station to  lake the train for Albany. Her sister's husband is very sick and they  sent for her."  "Oh, dear ! oh, dear !'' Elsie exclaimed, and sat down limply. Then  her face suddenly brightened.  "Did mother Kent say'anything  about her 'flowers ?;' she asked.  "Yes, she said they never looked  better at fair time, and that tbey  couldn't bo exhibited."  . "I don't, know," said JJlsio. "1  wonder if Papa will lend mo the  horse and big market waggon and  lot Joe go to drive for me' Jf he  will,0J'll arrange her flowers and  take them to tho fair-','  The distance from the JCciit.faim  to the fair grounds was only , two  miles, but to Klsio it seemed, twice  as far, so careful was who of her  precious loads. How ' carefully ''she  picked/ packed, carried and finally  arranged the blosr-oms in tho ' allotted space none'but, herself ,, over  know. "Mother' Kent will forgive  mc if 1 succeed," she thought. Finally all was finished. ' Tier after tier  of glasses hold the dainty blossoms^  tho "Gates 'Ajar" was a gloVious  massing of color. Elsie viewed' hei'i  work in triumph.  Some clays later .Mrs. Kent opened  a home paper and read the following :  "Mrs. li. p. Kent's beautifully arranged collection of choice flowers  attracted much ��������� attention in * tho  floral tent. The judges- are to bo  commended, for awarding lo her the  first premium." -       ,  A letter from Elsie,in the next  mail ��������� explained all sho' ,had . done  AAhen Mrs. Kent finished reading it,'  Elsie was forgiven.  HABIT OP LYING.',,,  Ways in Which Prevarication May  Be    Developed. ��������� '  Sho  at  your  mor-  cn-  A Family     Event That Does Hot  Always Bring Unmixed  Joy.  Kaby's lirsl tooth doe--, not rome  tin.iiinoniiuid Inflamed gums and  iiiioair.nl digisUon produce a feverish and fretful cmvlitiou about which  tho mother ofun fools concern, 'ihe  baby toy of Mrs. Uoorge Mc/Jregor.  of ' Ham.il!on, Ont., was troubled  vvilh diarrhoea while teething arid  wu<* cross mid nallc-sb. He did not  sleep well and matters became sc-  riijiw. The mother vvnto'i un follows ; "My s'islor hnd used Haby's  Own Tablets for her baby and advised mo to try lhem. J got, a box  and after giving tho Tablets to tho  baby a few limes he began to improve and was soon well. He is  now a big, healthy baby und whenever ho gols fretful or does not feel  well T give him a Tablet and ho is  soon  all  light attain."  liaby's Own Tablets roplace with  great advantage cantor oil and other  nnii.v-ou.s, giiping drugs. They  sweeten lhe stomach, quiet tho  nerves and promote healthful .sleep  They me guaranteed to contain no  opiate und to be absolutely harrri-  JesN. If your druggist docs not Icrep  them you can obtain a fulJ-si/c box  try mail, posl, paid, by sending 2o  flcnts lo the Ur. Williams' Medicine  Co , Jlrockvillo, Ont,, or Schtneo  tAdy,  N.Y, I  don't it  John ki-sed her and said liiughltig-  ]y, "All rigid, lit! le girl You sun,  iiie per fort Iv. Vou needn'l. dig in tl-.e  dirt, miles.-! ���������rou  have a mind to."  Wt'.eti on rciKhing horn.; Klsie  lurked IJowi.tS, slips ,ind nil but, her  lilies into d.*ep pan;, idled with water "to wait (ill morning," she said  John smiled and ."-aid nothing. K.ir-  !y the riovt (l.iv KUto arranged the  llowers prettily and placed I hem in  the liiosi, (���������fleet he p.ut.s of the  room.   -���������  "See my ti!i(s, donr '.' It paid to  tnke care of them, didn't i'l, '>" she  cried,  "Vou needn't ton'-h Mie slips,  mamma," Klsie called. "I'm going  to fix them myself, only 1 giie-ss PI I  wait till after John is gone io-  rnorrow. f don't want to spend the,  time now." She pushed llie p-in of  gorgeous colons back under t.h'j  bookcase "Th.-y'x* bo.-iuiifij -ill  massed like lhar,: f Khali hate to  separate them," who s.ifd  The days sped av.ay SdM the  slips icmainod in their p.hi ,uid  more and more, a������ now ;hh| i}],.u fl  leaf began to turn yellow mid dropped oft. Klsie di.fid her sen imposed  tusk of filling jurs with ".nlli nnd  pulling the slips in I hem Four  days before tho Kllisto-vn fair ihey  we're still unset. AAhen f''l'.iu icidicd  homo that evening after having  been away for  tho  day,  she   found  ��������� How ' does ono uecome a liar ?  That is to say, how does the child  disebvor a lie and habitually make  use of it ?  AA'o can admit that at tho be  ginning there is absolute .sincerity.  The child tln-oegh all its first years  neither lies nor' dissimulates.,,., Its  sentiments, its , desires, translate  them into Words and into i acts. Its  body is tho constant and perfect expression of its inmost being. Such  is tlio starting point���������sincerity, ,** absolute  transparency.   '  'There is ti multitude of little lies  tolerated which wo treat as pardonable ' AA'e toll the domestic to say  we are not at> home when we are ;  wc compliment people to their faces  and criticise them, when, they ��������� arc  gone ; wo say we.are happy to sec  somo'"ono and directly after speak of  having been annoyed. No. more is  necessary. The example has -been  given.  AA'o lie to the child 'himself: wo  are I ressod by his -many embarrassing questions, and in order to free  ourselves from the embarrassment  reply with what is frequently . a  falsehood. Some line day he discovers tho truth, ' and the evil is  done 'J'he gravest case is when the  child is taken as an accomplice in a  lie, or when his mother toils him,  "Above all do.not tell i-ais to  papa." This is tho ruin of all  ality. '    ,  Tho   third  stage   is v the   first  counter      of the child"' with society���������  the first shock with social life.   The  child who     tells all he knows,     sees  and  hears,   all that he  would  better  have left unsaid, 'is called tho     "enfant terrible"   His  parents do- not  tel! him to He,  but thej\tcll him it  is     not    necessary     to tell" all     he  thinks. This is extremely serious, as  it  teaches  tho child   that  he cannot  show  himself as  lie   is.   This   is  the  revelation      of   the      lie obligatory.  Above aii,   among his comrades     ho  co-| quickly learns     to dissimulate.'    be  j cause if he is naive���������expresses all his  'joy5;, pains, desires���������they make sport  jof him���������nay, worse,  they abuse     his  i confidence;  the hopes,  projects which  [he has confided      to them he     rome  i day sees used against him.,  !    Thus   tho      impossibility  of   living  without     lying'    is' revealed to him.  Society  excuses      certain  forms      of  lying    which are   inspired bv   a fooling  of politeness  modesty,  shame.  The child becomes ������. liar because  all the world .about , him lies 'Ihe  distinction between the linr and the  man' of* sincerity i������ f"'*y relative.  There are* in reality oiilv two Cate-  irorios���������tho^e who content themselves  with lhe lies eluded by Social life  and thosij who have habituated  ilu-mf-eHi's to lying ruor*) than society wi.-.hfS~to I to bernii.se of some  peisoriiil   interest.  An important cause jm' Die development of lying in children is 'he'  employment of evros ,|m". mid ill-advised punishments. Tlio child idiu  becomes a liar is Llse one who li'.e,  in perpetual I error ..f rcpi-oai'lics,  humiliation or stroke-i The lie for  him is a supreme re* oui'ce  Ceylon Tea Is the finest  Tea the world produces-?  and is sold only m lead  packets.  Black, Mixed and Green.  tipan tea drinkers try "Salada'^Griea ti%  track and a highway for vehicles.  The depth of the susr ended span at  the centre will be one hundred and  twenty , feet. The substructure will  consist of two main piers, .two anchor piers and two abutments. One  of these anchor piers is founded on  solid rock and the' other on hard  blue clay.  The sinking 'of the caisson for the  main pier 'was a great engineering  feat. The caisson was sunk through  a compact mass of granite bowlders  bound together with cobblestones  and'fine gravel. The penetration of  the caisson was so slow, that on<  some dayslhc distance could not be  recorded; ,on other, days/it was  scarcely more than four inches,  though it bore a load on its roof of  more than twenty thousand tons.  Owing to tho immensity of ,, this  load and its attendant danger, this  method was finally abandoned, and  concreting in the working chamber  Was begun. Progress by this method  Was rapid, and -in seventeen days  tho pier was  built:'  Tho caissons , for the two main  piers arc oach^ 150 fool long, 49  feet wide and 23 feet high. They  are'Of Southern pine 'Jhe caisson  for tho north pier was built on tho  north shore, about .four thousand  l'oei east of the pier silo,, and vvas  successfully launched and tovvod into  position and made fast in a berth  previously prepared in tho - short  space of seventy minutes.'    ,  At the site of the two main piers  the water has a depth of only about  ton feet at' low tide, and as ��������� the  caisson draws about twelve, feet unloaded, it grounded at low tide and  floated at high tide tho water then  being about twenty-nine ,feet deep.  c>The concrete was being placed in  the crihwork on top of the working  chamber of tho caisson forHho north,  pier lately, and excavation in tho  chamber vvas being carried on only,  during low tide, and it was continued'until sufficient concrete was  put in lo overcome the buoyancy of  the air pressure, after which the excavation was continued without interruption.  ' -+-,   BEYOND THE IIEaCH OF LAW.  -An English, tourist in the Highlands tells a story which illustrates  the rights and privileges of the individual against" even the dictates  of the law. The man was travelling  by rail in the north of Scotland.  At one of the stations four farmers  entered the compartment.  They wore all big, burly men, and  completely filled up the seat on the'  one side of the compartment. At  the next station the carriage door  opened to admit a tall, cada\cious  individual, whose girth was about  that of a lamp-post. ���������    6  Ho endeavored to 'wedge himself in  between two of the farmers, and  finding it a diflicull .oieralion, he  said to one of them* "Excuse me,  sir, you must move,up a bit ! Each  seat is- intended to accommodate  five persons, and according to act  of Parliament you arc entitled to  only eighteen inches of'space." >  ' "Aye, aye, my friend," replied the  farmer, "that's a' very guid for,  you that's . b)en built that way;  but' ye canna blame mo if ] ha''iia  been construclcit according to act  of Parliament  i"  she wis ma up.  DOCTORS rHELD OUT NO HOPE  TO MKS. HUFFMAN' OP  NAPANEE. ' '  A- Wonderful Case and ' One Which  Goes to Show the Wonderful  Advancement Recently Made in  the Science of Medicine.   .        ,  Hmne Sweet,Home ; with delicious  on the table and a few friends to enjoy it,  there is no place like'home.  'fe  TESJS  I J, M  We can handlo any quantity of properly packed flpplo  Al50 sny quantity of Poultry (e'oati or alive.) Kfrlte us.  lUWSOy  ���������j������M3HSail<������r  CO.,  Limited,' TORONTQ--  WHOLESALE  AlsoPAWTS,   KNICKERS,  OVERALLS, 8MOCK8. &o.   ,  Ask your dealer for these goods-  BEST EVER. ,  00MPAHY, LIMITED, T0R0MT0,  .   ' STREETS  OF  OLD I2GYPT.  Somo very interesting papyri were  recently unearthed at Fayum, 'in  Egypt, and among them was a  showing the location of  in tho ancient city -of ,  In many res poets' this  is very similar to a*modern  are    <the  rectory  streets  sinoc.  rectory  one.   Here,  di-  'the  Ar-  di-  for example'  names of llio 'principal streets '" in  Arsinoe :���������School . street, Lower  street,'-South street,, , West'stroet,  Cloth street, Arabian street,'. Thrn-  cian/, 'street, Cicilian street, Demetrius street, < . Thcrapeia street,  Church street, King street and 15m-  poror's square . Some of these names  may seoni strange to us; yet, if wo  nnalyrc them, we shall find very little difference between thorn and tho  names of ' the streets in modern  cities.'   1   .,  LOST HISaRHEUMATISM  By the Use of a Bottle  of St. Jacobs Oil.  Sergeant1 Jeremiah Mjiher, of Ard-  calh. Royal Irish Constabulary',  says :���������"My friend,' Mr. Thomas  Hand, has been a great sufferer from  rheumatism' in the-back and joints  for the last four years', during which  time,-he'has applied many, different  methods of treatment, but obtained  no relief whatever, and foivthc last  two years has been unable to walk  without a stick, anil sometimes two  ���������sticks, and was in great pain constantly. J induced him to procure a  bottle of St. .Jacobs Oil, which ho  applied with ,tho most astonishing  and marvellous effects, lief ore ho  had finished using the contents of  the first bottlo he could walk readily  without the aid of a stick, and' after  a few applications from 'the' second  bottle tie was free from pain, and  has been over since; and although  fifty years of age and a farmer, ho  can walk and wortc without experiencing any pain 'or difllculty whatever." .   f 1  ' ETrQURTTK  TAUGHT  HERE.  "Madam," he iiogaii, as the door  opened, "J am selling a new book  on 'Etifjuottc and Deportment.'  "    '  "Ob, you are i" she responded.  "Go down and' clean tho mud oil  your food."  "Ycs'm. As I whs saying, madam,  f am sell '',  "Take olT, your  (boss  a .strum,"!  without reit)0''ing  "Yos'in.    Now,  fraying-:���������"  "1 oMa    your    )i;mds      imt of your  No gcutli /nun over carries  eliere." .  Now,' tnti'aiii,  thi.i     work  Napanee, Ont.. Oct. 0.���������(Special)  ���������This', town has furnished a case  which has caused considerable talk  in the county.  Mrs. John C. Huffman had been  troubled for over six years with female weakness und* kidney trouble.  Tho pain was so groat that she could  not, bear it and her' kidneys, gave  lier so much bother thai shc.coulu  not entertain any company in7 her  homo or take any, social pleasures  whatever, lier urine was very much  discolored and gave her great trouble in passing,  Jn addition to those symptoms she  had-all , the.pains,, headaches, and  weaknesses of Female Trouble.    ���������  Mrs. UufTnian. tried physician's  treatment .and many other medicines,  but instead of getting boiler she  was gradually growing worse and  was very much discouraged.  'Many of .her friends thought' she  would never, gel better, but one day  she picked up a newspaper and -road  an advertisement which said , that  Dodd's Kidney nils* would cure  Female -Trouble/  As she had tried so many, other  things without being ablevtd get any  help, sho was very doubtful,, but  concluded lo^ try this remedy. " - ,  She used six boxes and was completely .cured. She is to-day "sound  and well, without a single symptom  of her oid)trouble loft.  She was cured nearly five years ago  and is to-day as sound and well a  woman as there is in Napanee. Sho  says:  .    >      '  ' "J, can confidently recommend  Dodd's Kidney Pills to every woman' in Canada for they cured . mc  ���������'completely and mine was a very bad  case. '  "They arc certainly a great medicine and I vvill always, recommend'  them lov> women who may bo suffering as I .was with Femalo- Weakness  and Kidney Trouble." '    '   h,     .'   "  Judge���������"Your'- age?"- Lady ���������  "Thirty years." Judge (incredulously)���������"Vou vvill have some difficulty in' proving that." Lady (excitedly)���������"You'll find it hard to  prove the' contrary, as the church  register which contained tho entry of  my birth was burnt in the year  18515." ' .      -  ���������ttTrrmrt^rrKTaxiSKESS&raiJiau n^Btm  OUR  ' BHAHSS.  King Edward  UUUI^-<anitr:i>yM1|Ma  1D3D3 "  "Headlight"  -~���������*53t-r*T  "Eagle"   .  '^Victona^  "Littlo Comot"  OSSSSSI^ZBe^BtKSeS^BSai^SSSlXiStlSBi  Ho���������"You always remind me of  something very .disagreeable.-"' She���������  "Sir I t���������I "' He���������"Yes, you 'remind mo of all'the time 1 havo to  spend where J can't,sec you." And  the clouds lifted.  The British JSmpiro is 4 0 limes as  largo as Germany and hei*" Colonial  dependencies. ''  ��������� WABASH RAILROAD,   '    '"  i   ' ,   ,       .  - During:- the months, of September  and October, will soil one way second class tourist tickets at greatly  reduced rates to California, Washington, Oregon, 'Utah', ' Montana,  British Columbia and other Pacific  Coast points. Tickets will bo sold  via all direct routes- The Wabash  is the ' shortest, be9t and- ''Uickcst  route , from Canada to the abbvo  points!' Finest equipped passenger  trains in America.        ���������.  Kates, time-tables and all particulars from any ticket agent,1" or J.  A."' Hicharelspn, Dist.l ��������� , J'nssengcr  Agent, N. 13. Corner "-King. & Yonge  Sis., Toronto, and St. Thomas, Out.  ���������** _. -v  Sixty-ono��������� million out of the 121  million acres which makeup Spain's  area are    mountain and waste land.  Europe /builds nearly 7,000     new  locomotives yearly.  Messrs.  C.  C. 'Richards & Co.  Gentlemen,���������My daughter 13 years  old, was thrown from a sleigh' ' and  injured her e'lbov>" so badly it remained stiff and very painful for  throe, vears. I'our bottles'of M1N-  ARD'S LTNTMENT completely cured  her and she has not been .troubled  for two years"  Yours  s Liniment Cures  Good Things to Eat  From Libby'o famouih/liUiiici kltaliqDi,  rrhflro partly prornllB. AM moats u������ud 1A  urn V. S. Oor������rnmaatlaip'ot������<l.   Tbe  Btiis an������ gdo(Tnoi)-i of ofsry nrllcl,  .      '--3-oiircotiT������oi5i   A ������upnlr o>������ I'oui' nintnr  --���������r-ftirt"  whot'-.-fim-**  ire><tt<><l >.">���������        ,  le in preu.,��������� ,-  lt������ preparation for -four conT������oi;pc������. Into* fi*{"*f  kar-oueninii onus.  ���������PftbltBron to Im  ato nJtri  ft  llni^d tha eM������*iti������i9  to tho Tar> H������������l moaln. llo lilUo bqak. "Ef'-Tto  Mako Ooai Tht-iiM to Eat." tolli all about thalii-  ���������ut free.. LiHibi'a A(la> ot tlio World, mailed  ftoefor"      * *---        "-  ,    *  r 10 ootU postage.  ���������li.  UBBY, McNEIlX'* UBBY. CHICAQ0.  led  J  - "This  luckiest  man Lobbs is one ,of  follows I know of.  his ami being blown  the  You  heard of his arm being blown off  last week in that explosion?" "Yes;  but there is'nothing very lucky about  that.", "Jt vvas his right arm, you  know." "Well, what if it was his  right arm?" "Why, ho is left-handed." .   '  St. Joseph,  truly,  .1.  B.  L1WRSQUE.  P.Q., Aug. 13, 1900.  hat  !    Never  ad-  ,idy ut  her  door  your hut."  then,     ,is  f  waft  { poo' i*'t.S  1 hi.*, h.mds  "Ve.s'm.  'on   'IvM '   "  I'  "J brow   away   ymir   pipe   !    ff ,   u  i gi*iul''!ii'*n i*s"s tobacco he i.', direful  not'to dWgu.sl uUi'-r.s  by  thehiiblt."  ,    "V'S'id.    Now.   uia'/Hii,   in   falling  The biggest wheat field in tho  world is in Iho Argentine.' It belongs to an Italian named Ouazonc,  and covers jiist over 100 square  miles.  Beware of Ointments for .Catarrh  that contain Mercury  a������ mercury will mroly destroy tho senso o(  KroolUnd completely daraiiija the wliolo syi������ torn  whaii entoring it Ihi-oueli tho mucous uurface-i.  Such articles should never be us'id exoopt on  Sreicrlptlons from ropub-.iblophysicians, as tho  Ai-miffo they will do !n ten fold to tltv good you  can poJiiibly d������rt*ro from thorn. Ha l'������ Catirrh  Goto, m-inufacUirud by If. J. Choney& Co-lo-  ledo O., contains no msreury, and Is taken in-  lornidly. actliitf dlrootly upon tho blood nnd  mucoiii aut'faceH of tlio ayf-tom. In buying  IlallV Catarrh Curo bo miro you got llio ffBim  Inn. It in Ulcenlntarnal'y.-vnd iu������do in Tolodo  Onio, by p. J. Ohonoy & Co.   lanLimonlnU-  Soid by nr-t-rffl-'U, prion 7Jo poi* bottlo.  Hall'������ Family i'illi uro Uio best. ^  nmim svmu ummm  removes nil hard, soft or'oalloused Lumpi  mid Blemishes from horses.<Blood Spavin,  Curbs, Splints, Ring Bone, Sweeny. Stifles,  Spraiim, Sore and Swollen Throat, Coughs,  etc. Suvo f50 by use of one bottle. Warranted the most wonderful J-tlemisli Curo  .over known. ��������� Sold by all druggists.,  Mrs. , Binks���������"Why, Mr. Desmond,  did you go'to tho dining-room before you greeted the hostess?" 'Mr.  Desmond���������"We'll.' -the hostess , vvill  kcop, but the refreshments seemed to  bo gelling away."      "      ' .  THE MOST POPULAR DENTIPRIOB.  CALVERT'S  CARBOLIC  TOOTH  POWDER.  PrcMrvsi* the tcsth.    Sweetens the breath.  Strengthens tho gums.  /  Dominion Line ��������� Steamships  '-      Montreal to I.lwpooL     Boston  to Urer-  .   pool." Portland to Llrerpoal.   Via Queens,  town:  r&tei<ifpau>goand nil,particulars, nppry to hi-t ex-out  otlhB Company, or ,    ,  Richard-., MlUi ft Oo,  J7tifc.**.to8t. Boa ton.  D. TorriEco *Oo.. ,  Montreal an J Portland,  Lever's Y-Z (Wise Head)  fectant Soap Powder dusted  bath ���������softens the water at the  time that it disinfects., .  Oisin-  in tho  same  >���������<>'..  ,it  I     THE  BRIDGE AT  QUEBEC,  I Longest Span in  tho World Across  St. Lav/renco JRlver.  A bridge which  vvill  have tho long-  , est spoti in  Uie world is now   'being  iconM.nu ted     over   tho St.   I.awiywo  I river  -ibout    siv  and  ajialf     miles  | south   of      Quo! ot.-   Th':" great      .St  jj.avvreiieo  (lows  between   high,   rooky  I cl ill's tit thitt [unit, and varies     ae-  ' cording  to ' the tide.   Tho  water     is  about   ISO   feot, 'deep   In   Iho  channel  and  flows by at a swift rate!     'lhe  chtinne.l   vvill  bo crossed  wifh  a suspended      span   nnd      t'.vo   onntilover  onn.t,      nmking      tho       iinsni-j.ported  sintcttire 1,800 feet long, which will  be by far  tho longest span   In     the  world.   It     will  ho 200    feet longer  limn the span of tho new Kast J liver  bridge,    New York,   'Iho     length  nf  iinchor    arms on eaeb   side  of  main  spans  will   lie  "'00 feet,  ll.eiiii-'n to I his v.ilutiblo-  "Wail1 Put th-it diity handkerchief out <if sight, and ������.se lesfc  grouse on your hair in tho future,  Sow you look a bit dc'*eut' You  have (i book on 'Ktlupnji to and l)o-  porimei)',' ? Yury vvdl, I don't  want it. ,1 am only Iho M-rvanl-  firl. (lo up the stfps to the front  r'oor and talk with 'he l.'idy 'if the  hon*-'; -She called j/ie ������ downright,  iio-doubt-ahout-il Idiot this Morning  ,in.fl f Ihink the book you're. Kvlllng  is ,.t,.st what she rei(ufre������."  The greon skin on potatoes grown  ribovo ground or on the Mirfaeo ih  duo lo solanin, which is an active  poison. Such potatoes should never  bo eaten.  Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia.  The Tiimoiis Siamese twins were  born Jn 1811, nnd died in 187-1.  i   r  ,  TO f'lfKI' A <oi,������ I'i om:  uait.  ki l.������tilivn Itronn Oul'-liit- T,-lilul<. 'All flriu-  ri't- mfuii'i tin- wont)' If It fJlli Iu cure. 15, V7.  t.'ovni -!iit!iut-ir> Ik ("> caqIi box.   ?l>-.  foninnrk bus 1,1(17 miles of Cloven,meal railways, and fi-fJ miles*  owned   by priv.ile companion.  Hamburg- has 305 fi ronton to every  100,000 inhabitants. London has  only 13 to every 100,000.  * _     t  Vmv O.-il* Klxty  Ycsn.  As Ot,p and Weli-Tiuhd Itit-nwr. - Mrs  Vvlii8liiw'������ Soothing Syrup has hoonuaed for ovei- nitty  venrsby mllliona of niothera for th������lr chlldrnn while  teething ir'th perfect -.uccem. It Uothei tlio chile),  Boftenn the guuii-, ������]lij������oll (ciln, r.ui-en wltiil uallo, and  [Htlio lieat lemody for Dlurrhccn. Ii pli-amut to Hid  laiile. Sold liy dnisiiiatn, in orery Part of the world.  'iVeiily-tivaCoiiUalioiiIc. IU thIiih Is irealmilable.  Be suro nnd ask for Mrs. Winston's Soothing Syrup,  and take no otlmr kind,  There arc between 80 and !)0 principal syiifigoftues in the United Kingdom, in which just, under 100,000  Jews1 worship. There nro also 1,10  minor synagogues,  of bethels.  Earned knitting for us. Wo rent  now knitting machines. .Other in-  tluceinciils to right parties. Send' for  particulars* at once. Ontario Furnishing Co., Toronto, Ont.  , alio Iaillot' Woar of all klndo,  loiinn Han;liiM of (iior.v dosorlpllon.  or Dyed  and uoimn jianjiiiM  GOI<D M1SOAM3T DYKIta.  H������miw (lit* <Vr;-|  unil -norUi olT (lu  ll  <'ftld  Jay.  L-ixatlro nromo Oiilulno TahleU curn aeold Iu out  No Cur--', No Vuy,   l*rl7,> SJ ci'nUi.  Allhougli .liipltei* is 1.  bigger than the earth, it  times heavier,  087     times  is only 300  Minard's Liniment for sale evsryv/here  "I suppose,",   he    ventured,  you  would  never speak  *-������ J11C  if     I     weic    to kls-s you .?"  Ooorge," she evclainiod,  "why  you get    over  the habit    of always  looking at the dark side of things?"  '���������'that  again  "Oh,  don't  BRITISH AMERICAN-DYHINa CO'V.  Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa & Quebec  356 Mnln Street,  WINNIPEG", MAN.  To hem! for our Com"  plete    Sliest    Muslfl  Catalogues mid  Special Rates.,  , We .ire cquiiipcd lo  Hiipply every Rlusic  Teucher in CannJa.  WHALEY, R0Y���������E  S ���������0., Limited  IS8 Yonge Street,  TORONTO; ONT.  VJ  '    I'.'iri.-. lliu) the largest iinivi-!-',il.y in  'point     of    nurnhei'  ol  Rtudont'),     of|,aiid  I whom there ore r,vr 0,000.    'At Ihiji n,tr]  (Jnivrrsity    of  Vienna there ore up-1 via  w.'inls of 0,200 .students. |Vir-c  fifs Liniment Cures Ourns etc,  Ore  at  ;uid  oiie\approa(*h ,s[)firi of '220 feet  erieh' did between anchor picr.s  lermiiial abutments.  Tho length-of Ihe structure, including nliiilments, will bo !!,.'!()(;  feot. The bridge will have two railway  tracks,  a .slnglo  olcolric motor  is  tho  fiuiekofit i'rowin/     of  tho ip Ifui Ls-      llndor porfect condil ions   it,,  with Iwill     (lower    nnd fieof!  wilhin     eight  idiiysof  [iliintiilg.  In telegraphy tho United Kin ten  now employs IOH.000 people. I r>o,-  000 in electric lighting plnnli, (md  niiother 9(30,000 in other electrical  indu.slricHj,  FltOM TO HON TO  Cdiiadinii poinlf) to Now York  Phll.-idolphla. , The best routo  //���������high Valley Kallfoad. Scr-  l.ho best, scenery unsurpassed,  I'ullmaii palace sleeping cars, dining car !������rvi������0,'meals a la enrte. The  only lino from Canada landing pa������-  MiiigorH near all iCtiroj>can stcaiti-  .���������ibip dockfi in Now York, yaving pa������-  ������������������engci'������ for Kuropo a long and expensive "transfer. llotitc of the  I'.lack Diamond Kxpress. Day train,  try it. For tickoUs, Pullmans and  further particulars call on Grand  Trunk Agents or on Robt. S. L������wls,  Oiinndian Pn&songer Agent, 38  Yonge street, Hoard of Trade building, Toronto, <  T11K MANY     AHVANTAGISS  ollcrcd [Hthhongers bound for  Ilul'falo  nnd Now  York by the (Irand Trunk's  fast     "Now  York  F.xpress,"  leaving  Toronto 0.15 p.m. daily. ,aro seen a<  a glance  when  tho     splendid equip  ment     i.t considered.   A  full  dininp.  cor  service .until  Niagara Falls     if  reached,  a     cufe parlor car runninp  through to Buffalo, and ono of Pull  man's finest  sleeping  cars 'from To  ronto'to Now York guarantees    pn  trons comfort-and luxury as well a  speed.   The Cafe and dining cars nu  acknowledged  to. be the handsomest  in America, being electric lighted and  equipped  with     electric fans.      Cit.v  oflico,   northwest  comer  King, nntl  Yonge streets.'  wood ������ Photo. Ew6RAV!WG.  feM. I.JONES Ewc.c? *m  ���������^lOft'bay 6TJ?eex- TOtfONJO  O-OOXD XL*i2C(0}-3E3E,DCl   BYUH1NB .     '  Standard Amcrioan Wicks   ftNI)--  Sa^ijca Lamp Oil.  TThoIe.-mlc Only.   .  _'OILSaS:  ���������PRE8.TOR0NT0.,  f4  of our Savings Dot artment  arc lipt, confined tc residents '  of Toronto. Wo ��������� have every  facility for taking charge of  either large or small accounts  of persons anywhero jn tho  Dominion.  Write For All Information.  THG  ���������fanada  \  Ar  ermanent  AND  Mortqage Corporation,  Toronto Street, Tor-britO  W V C 1140

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