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 ^.';>t1  ^o  ,\^  PUBLISSSD   TTTIKlSID-i^r .A-ICST'ID   FRIDAY  Vol. 7.-No. 34  REVELSTOKE. B. C, SEPTEMBER U, 1900.  $2.00 Per Year.  I .  .t  &-  Ms  i'i." ���������  ��������� '! ',*>  &'  '* /  Olf?  f  "THE   LEADING   STOR!  jj  ionvepis Murdeped.  Loudon. Seplcinhei   13.-"Ail Lin.* correspondent?  in  China, mi e scnilinj? U .*���������-  ,c  li* stories of tlii! wholesale massacre  ,.01 missionaries and native Christian*.  i It is asserted that, during July between  j fifteen find twenty thousand converts  j U'tlt* IlKlS-RCIVfi in (lit* northern pro-  | viuces. Large number--: of niissiun-  i aries are' still unaccounted for, and  j .-���������mil 11 hope is entertained for their  j escape.'  Regular Price $1.35, 1.25, and 90c,t  Sale "      1.00,80c and 60c.  ouses  Regular 75c, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00, & 2.50  Sale        50c,  60c, 90c,   1.25, & 1,  o _  ������3  Regular $1.00, I.50; 2.00.  ������ 1 - , "  ���������rS-ale-Price 50c, 90c; 1.50.  1 *' ��������� *  Don't forget that we keep Butteriek Patterns.  , Late James ..Gill & Co.  Belts! Belts! Belts!  Ladies' Belts  -AT-  Guv Barber  THE JEWELLER^  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.   '  The Fred Robinson  Lumber Co; -Limited.  HBRBEESCSB  Native ippfirts arc' subjected lo Lhe  mo1-!, careful scrutiny, ,\vilh (he result,  lhat n'thourh tlere may he s:)ii.e exaggeration it  is   impossible to   doubt,  that iii Uk> main thev are correct.   The  1 * - ".'      * * ,  uo.-i'oi*'i.s inten.-ified Ity conMrmalioii ol  't'v.' if-poi*t-s that'the  women were sub-  ���������     *. ���������  jeeted to unspeakable liarliai ities, being  si ipped and slowly .clubbed to death.  .This was oiiu of the mildest method*--.,  Tlio Dtixeis wreaked fiendi-h vengeance. Tlie r.cwspapers are calling  foi* swift piini-hinetil. Fears aie ex-  pressed le.-L liie Russian'government,  which'does not encourage missionary  propaganda, should prove lukewarm  in this malt**!*.  Slateim-uts were lurren! in the European capitals la.-t evening that.'all the  power.- had replied to lhe H'u.-siaii pi*o-  p i.-iiioii ; that Grea'C Britain and (Jer-  uii'iny bad declined lo evacuate Pels in ;  thai Austria and Italy Had decided.lo  be guided by Germany's decision; and  that the other powers had agreed so a  111.ire or less modified withdrawal. The.  Pai'is correspondent, of, the JM--ruing'  ,L?n-t. 'claims to know that, I he.-lilies  will onlv withdraw'tintr-idi-* the walls of.  * 1. 1 *���������' V     1  Ihe cap'lia!, wheie-they will continue  io d.iminale. Pekin in a mililai v sense.  0 Acc-rding to a news agency dispaU-h  from Pekin. dated Aug. 31st, Mr, Con-  gei iesjards t lie sil nation as. desp.-iate  and is atlvi-ing all the Americans Lb  leave  Draying   and , delivering  a specialty.  Teams always   ready   nt  shortest  ,   notice.       Contracts   for jobbing  taken.    Agenf.  for  B. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  On and after (his date our  prices 'for  cnt firewood will be as Follows :  ' $1 per cord at Mill  $2      " .    delivered.  Prices Cut for Cash.  a  Pred RobinsonjManaging Directoi  Wagons, Delivery.  Buggies, Etc.,  fites  ^-1  the capital ' if possible. The  American minister was in i'.ivor of Ihe  punlfilive expedition lo IV-i cling Fu.  Accord inur  <<>   the   s.iui"   dispatch  an  i j   O ���������  Amei-ican soldier killed two Sikhs  whom he caught, looting. * It is reported fioni Shany-ilai that general Yung  Jjii has joined the einpn-.-.sdnwagei* at  T ' i't'ii ,��������� in l he province of Slia n Si.  The I'r'uin corre.-pondent of the Daily '  Telegraph says: "'As I !u* allies were  leaving the forbidden cily, tin Aug. -28  Hi hands of rJiiSfians anil other civilians wilh soldiers, uv'crran the Imperial *ap*.laments, forced drawers and  idol ed everything porlable. Tlie Bii-  li>h officers compelled seveial civilians  to disgorge." ��������� , ,  crease in Hail ways and Canals ha*-- been  $G"7l,0;X); for cold storage, $!2,UUU'.  tiade and commerce, $77,000'; ocean,'  river, and coast service, $101,000;' cn--  totns sei vice, $120,000 ; mail subsidies,  $70,000; public, works $171,000; immigration, $00,000. There was al.-o an  increase of Lhe interest on the public  debt of $:JS8,00(), and. for sinking fund  $-180,000, these two items being accoot-  ed for hy Lhe' increased capital expenditure in developing railways and  canals, and ; transportation facililies  generally. AnoLlier increase ' was  $538,000 in--���������the; dupaitme.nl of militia  and defence but the militia Id-day is. in  bettor shape than it��������� ever was and no  one questions the wisdom of the increased outlay,  On the other hand the civil service  expenditure .increased,under Tory rule  at the rate of $25,000 pei annuin, and  had this" l ate of increase continued the  expenditure in 1S98-0 over ISf'4-5 would  have been $75,000,' but instead bf 'that  t hei e was,a decrease of. $10,014.'   Not  only wa.s there a decrease iu the cost of  * "'        i  the civil sei vice at  Ottawa but also in  the cost of the civil-service at Ottawa  but also in the cost of' legislation, in  the management of lhe penitentiaries  in the administration of .Dominion  hmds and of the fisheries'department  and in the cost of maintaining the  North West Mounted Police ; while in  each case this retrenchment* has been  effected without in theslighfest'degree  impairing the efficiency of Lhe. service.  Tn other words the administration of  the finances of the Dominion under the  present' government, has been along  the identical lilies that, would be adopted by'a- successful business man, and  Ihe business men of the country, having themselves experienced a season of  unparalleled piosp'erity '/ind development, realize and appreciate this i'a'ot.'  Kruger Escapes  Lauren*/,!) Manpie-v Sept, 12.- President. Kruger arrived here last,night.  ' Washington, Sept. 12.--The following despatch was received hy the war-  depart ment from a United Stittes army  officer who accompanied the Boers in  their campaigns, as military ol^erver :  ' "Laurenzo Marques���������Events have  required't lie depart ure of 'attaches from  Transvaal.   Kj?qnest instructions.  , "KEICHMANN/"  This message is interpreted'at the  department, to mean a complvte collapse of'the Boer resistance to Great  Britain. Captain .Heichuiann has been  cabled permission Lo start,at once for  the United States. ' ' ..      ,  ( *  New York, Sept. 12 ���������A despatch to  the Tribtme from London says: The  Boers have decided to make a formal  declaration of guerilla warfare. General Botha is understood to have dissented from this course, butaccoiding  lo a Post correspondent with. Lord '  Roberto' forces, he was overruled by ,,  the other members of the council of  w;ir. " .    * ���������     <   ���������  Lau'ren/.o .JMarvties, Sep;. 12.���������Mr,  Kruger. obtained formal leave of, absence for six 'months, ostensibly io re- '  " 't i fc  turn to   Europe  to  work fen* intervention.   Mv. Schalkberger was appointed *  acting president, to, serve during Mr. v  Ivruger's absence.  General  French has  occupied   Bar-' ���������  berton. ' -  The -Ghouls of Galveston  Great Cabinet Material.  ���������:AT:���������  JAS, MOMAHON'  o  o  ���������:o:  He'll do it for you.  Blacksmithing and Woodwork  done" on short .notice.  Carriages   Built   to   Orcler.  EVELSTOK  ESTA  ���������UMJ  , First street near Molsons IJ.inl-.  Board by the week $4.50  Meals     - - 25c  Home iiwid--* Bread.'(-ake-* and J'ii -  for sal**. Open day and night. ZS'o  Chinese employed.  The Cost of Governm-jnt. ������������������  When the Tories talk about. I he in-  c*. eased expenditure .during lhe past  three or four years I'liey conveniently  fnigelto Vay anything ahoUL the in-  rreas" in revenues. They know light  well lhat in proportion to the amount  of hii-iuess done theie has hc-n'-an  aelnal iT'ductiiin in t he expendil me.  i Take I'm* example t he cost id' collect h g  the levenue: In JSUS-O ir was %<\S:fi,.  ���������|.">:j while in JSI������I 3 il was only $0,1^,-  ���������IK!. I'i t while theie was thus.a nominal increase in IMl'S!', the cost was  only Lil percent of I he receipts, whereas in the la>L vear of Tory management  lhe co-t, was 27 per cent. The tola] ex-  perdil ore nf the C'u-Loiiis depai Lineiit  wa- $1^0,0)1) more in JS'������8 0 than it. was  A.  OOWEY.  Pr  .- -. . ,-.~i *^*r r^-i  UiJilCL'J*,  Cl e.*i-I ll  The   ,  IM-l in  peiinitlire.   ch*n*^eali|e   lo |be  For sewing machine supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J. W. BENNETT,  representing The Singer Mftg.  Co., MacKenzie Ave.  Edison Standard  . . ; Phonograph  with nil the latent improvement*, will  lake Riid reproduce record-*, completi;  limludirijf. nccordur. ItJcprotluctr. J'.ni--;  Horn, .'���������'aptihirc ShBvint? Knife, lvir  Tubes. Camels Hnir Brush. Oil Cin. a!-o  One-half dozen Itccords and liooks of  Instruction.  PRICE   $25.00  ...CHAS J. AMAN...  coiiMiiidaled l'\n\(\ in lS!JI-o wa.*. 17 pei  neiit of the lutal I laile of the couuiry.  Tile exj-.eiidil ure in hSOS-!) chargeable  to the same account was only IT per  cent. 'i'hi.*. shows a reduction of I per  ceiil from 17 per cent, eijuivaleut Lo a  reduction of about 2.") per cent, in the  cost of ( arrying on the business of the  country.  A casual examination of the heni** of  i expendil me will show lhat every in-  I ci e.-iM'ha-been where   (he   iiiarvclinus  i ���������->  r'owih  tii   ide   couiitrvs resoiirci'.s un-  a.hnii)i>iral ion have den lam led  llci f.icilities.     For example the iu-  Suppose for a inomenb  that  the;'result of the impending  election  should  be the .teturn uf the   tories to  power;  what kind of an outfit would they have  to replace the present cabinet ������ Tupper  with his "Laurier   is ' too  Euolish" for  me." Hugh John Macdonald 'with  his  inherited loyalty to British connection;  Foster-fstill unpurged from   his  treachery to 1'ii.s late chief,   the  piesent  tory  leader of the, senate; Oaron, Montague,  -.and .Clarke Wallace"accusing eath other  of slanderous anonymous letter-writing,  and tlie two, latter very'-generally   sua-,  pected of complicity in   the   recent  at-'  tempt of ex-organizer   Birmingham  to  "hold up" their present leader; Hibheit  ���������Tupper and liaggart also of the   "nest  of traitors,",who for admittedly personal reaspns and not becuuse of any. difference,of   opinion  on  the  affairs of  state, turned upon their political  chief  incidentally brought  about the. overthrow   of their  party.    To   this  day  some of these., men   scarcely  speak  as  they pass by, and yet from this 'material the people are to be asked to express  l>v'their Mite, confidence that a stable,  capable   and .progressive  government  could   be   formed.    Such    confidence  would indeed"   he    charming '  ill   its  childlike} confidence.  Lord Mmto at Nelson.  Lord    iMintc   will   retain   a   lively  recollection of   Kelson and its  musical  organizations       In    taking his departure   from    the.   Hotel   Phair   he got  sandwiched   in    between   the   Rocky  Mountain   Hangers   band   and that of  the   Salvation    Annv,   and   from   the  hotel to the whaif   was enfiladed with  patriotic airs.      There   were no wearisome wails.    The   " 1 lock ies "   started  out with   " Tommy Atkins;"   in a minute  later   the Army organization was  blowing   out   " The,   Lied,   White and  Blue,', and from this-on it was  ������   case  of   catch as-calcli-can,     the   'military  tunes telescoping  one   another iu bewildering succession.       '* The Soldiers  of   the,   Queen"   was   put to' rout by  " Marching Through   CieorgiaJ" and it  in turn gave way to The frontal attack  of the svmbols iu the hands of the local  Boxers of Chinatown.-*-Ti ibuuo.  .Dallas, Texa*-, September 12.-.W. Hd  BIc'Grath* manager^'!' the Dallas Elect-?  ric Company, readied here today, direct  from  Galveston   last night.    He  said."--  "Vandalism in Galveston has been Ik r-   ,  rible.   The most rigid enforcement of  niai lifil law has not been able  to 'suppress    it    entirely.   Adjutant-general  Scurry's men have ai rested a hundred  or more negroes, forty-three (if whoim ,  were'found   with   effects  taken  from  dead bodies.   Thete were ordered tried  hy court-martial., They were convicted  and ordered shot.   One negro  had 23 *c  fingers   with   ring-s   on   them   in   his  pocket*-." ���������    ���������  Houston,   Texas,  September.���������It   is  true that.negroes were   shot  by order  'of court martial.   Their pockets  were    *  found to be full of human   fingers and  jewehy, of which the  dead  had  been.'1  stripped.  ��������� An Inco'ngTOiis Combination. ���������  The more you think of it  the more  incongruous becomes the associatio  of  Sir   Charles   Tupper   and   Mr.   Hugh'  John Macdonald on thesaniepliitform.  Mr.  Macfionaid's chief claim to- public'  consideration is iu the act that he is the  son of his father,,���������-the son of the man  whom wo used to be so constantly   reminded:���������*," A    British   subject  I   was *  born and a British subject I will  die."  Sir Charles Tuppei, his tunning  mate,  has lately announced   his   policy   very  unmistakably in the declaration "Laurier is too English for    me."   *Now ��������� the  rtucstiou arises which is tliQ* true   tory  policy and who is   the' actual, leader?  Nosjch unce ta'niy exists in  the libera.! ranks wherh there is hut one   pol  icy for Ontario and for Quebec;    for  tho    Fiench   an I   for   the English, for ���������'  tho native born and for the citix.ju  by  adoption,���������the   pulicy   euuniciated by   (j  Sir Wilfrid I mirier, "to make   Couuda  a nation, a nation   within   the .British  empire, aiialioti great in  the   eyes of  tlie wot Id."  B. C. Provincial Exhibition.  Tickets will be sold at Re.vel>Loke,  from Oct. 1st to Hid, good to return up  to and including Oct. t>th, at $13.55 for  the round trip to New Westminster.  TO-NIGHT-Edith J. Miller Co. in  Grand Concert at Tapping's Opera  House, 8 o'clock, THE KOOTENAY MAIL  -*,  -taas-awm  *������������������*>.  ZH Iftootetuue fil>ai{  ruM-isiim* sSta-w���������*"''  "   REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  ' -BY- >���������  B  R. CAMPBELL,  POBLISHBK AND PKOWtlBTOB.  Subscription  Price,   $2.00   Por   Annum  ADVERTISING   KATES   quot      on   application.  JOB PRINTING of every kind at most roason  ������������������   "' able rales and shortest notice.  ACCOUNTS for job  printing or advertising  ���������      imyiblo on the Hrst of every month.  rnTfPI^PONDKNCE on all matters of local  sidcral.   All communications to t o fcditoi  must be accompanied b>- t he   u   l or "u  "    WriLor.iiotiMJCOi������iii*ilyioPP������>>lie.itioii, &������'  ������.*��������� an evidence of good faitli.  AddrcK-s ���������       ,       ���������  TlIK KOOTHNAY Mail,  Eevelstoke.-B-O.   ,  't don't look pOft Raws.  Don't look for flaws as you go through life;  And even when you find tliem  it is wise and kind to be w.mewhat blind  And look for tlie virtue behind them.  Tor the cloudiest night has a hint of the Uglit  Somewhere in its glindow hiding;  It is better far to hunt for a star  Than the spots on thc sun abidir.,?.  The current of life runs every vty  To thc bosom of God's great ocean;  'Don't set your force 'gainst the river's course  And think to alter its motion.  Don't waste a eurse on the universe;  Remember it lived before you.  Don't butt at the storm'with your puny form,  ,   But bend and let it fly o'er you.  The world will never adjust itself  ���������   To suit your whim to the letter;  Some tilings must go wrong your whole life  long,    .  And the sooner you Inow H (he belter.  It is folly lo fight with (he infinite,  And go under at liit in thc wrestle;    '   ,  The wiser man shapes into God's plan,  And the water shapes into the vessel,  ���������Ella Wheeler Wilcos in l-Tosrcssjre Agp.  FRIDAY, SEPT; 1.'), 1000.  It is now generally understood that  the federal general elections will be held  during the first week in November  likely Tuesday, the 6th of that.month.  Such at all events is the date fixed upon  hy those who claim to boin'a position  to give what is said to beau authoritative opinion.��������� World. ....  ���������' Six weeks have elapsed since,. Chief  of Police Bain suggested to the city  council'the passing of a curfew law.  The suggestion was referred to the  by-law committee, and nothing has  since been heard of it. The-matter  lias been neglected' long enough. The  need of a curfew by-law is appareut to  ���������ill" as it seems to be theouly remedy  for the evil which at present exi^s..  THE SQUARENESS OF  JIM GRIGSBY.  BY W. R. ROSE.  -O-O-O  Sixcb accepting; the   nomination to  '"contest  Yale-Cariboo  in'the interest*  -of the   Liberal  party,   congratulations  have poured-ir. on   Mr.  Galliher from  every quarter of the constituency.    Jn  conjunction   with    the   assurances   of  .hearty support which are being' received daily, especially   from    those   inti-.  mately   connected   with the  hahi''". organizations   of  the district, Mr. (Jalli  'Tier's frie.ids  feel   more ^confident than  ever   that    his    election   is     already  a inured.   -������- ���������  *C'Sju CjiakU':s Tuppkk must, be a  happy man these days for he is perfectly satisfied of his triumplnnitVeUirn at  the approaching elections.' The result  is absolutely a furegoue conclusion, tIn-  liberal party will be. -simply overwhelmed by the adverse vote to be  piled up against lliein. So it was in  1896, the same gentleman wns equally  sure of an overwhelming victory. The  foliowin-jr year, the local elections in  Nova Scotia were to result in the an  nihilation of the liberal gvvernment,  .'.but when noses were counted after  the  ��������� fi "lit there were three tories nnd thirty  three liberals- A very few months  , later the neighboring province held ��������� a  general local election and again, the  liberals were to bo. beaten out, of their  hoots,���������no doubt about it, the  indic'i-  .-...tions were unmistakable; but of the  forty-six members of the local legis  leture of NVw Mr mis wick only four  were tories wln-m the returns were all  in'. Once ag-iin, the last local election  in Quebec was to be a sw^ep uf victory,  for the conservative*-*, but the actual re  stilt was a bigfcr liberal in-ijonly thaii  before: and lastly the liberal government in Ontario had not   the ghost   of  Ll  a. chance, at the last, general election,  but today they are still occupying the  seats of .the mighty with a good working majoritv, and a firmer hold on the  people than they hod at lhe last cIpc-  l idiir I fere arc fi vopretty good samples  of, the way loiy prophecies reach a  fulfilment and a very brief -rason will  increase the number, to aiieven half  dozen,    d      '..���������'   - ������������������  7;d  'Extensive improvements ,*ind addi-  L'onsnre being made to the Kamloops  ���������sawmill. New machinery has bc*;ti  ptirc.lia.-.'d,' .'including boiler and, en-  Kincs lop 'unit (if ad.aily cut of 00,000  feet. A new plain't* has been added,  and a lot of'Llii-imachihery' for the ;-*������������������.sh  and door factory is already . on the  ground, '.ft is expecled that the^erection of the f-iclnrv will In* comnienced  tliis. fall, or.giir any'event, early  next  sjtr  in</'���������Inland ycnlitu;!  Jim Gt'igfihy was making an improvement for ruining machinery and needed  an office, so, bo took 'one in * sfcysefflppr.  The day lie took possessionhe s-top'ned  at the news and cigar stand io itfie Job-by  and bought a paper.  , "Good mornin, sir," said the weazen  faced boy who stood behind the counter.  He WM fi lame'boy, Jim Grigsby noticed. "If .frWfVp got nny typewritin or  shorthand to do, go fco ^iss Merriam,  ninth floor."  .   "Friend of yours?" inquired Jim Gfrjgs-  by in his brusque way.  "Friend .of everybody's," replied'the  lame boy.  ' "Good indorsement," sflid Jim Grigsby.  A few days later he* had some apecitS-  cntions to typewrite. , Ordinarily be  would have gone to a man and had the  work done. He wasn't used to women.  He wasn't quite sure thflt be approved  of women doing work of a public na-tur.e.  But that morning the lame'boy had called  to him, "Don't forgot' Miss Merriam."   ,  He came down one story���������he was on  the tenth floor���������and sought Miss Merri-  am's room..' He found It wjjth.out trouble.  Iter name was on the door with the  names of two other, women. One was fl  stc-]og!*apft.cr anil one' an expert nceount-  ant. ;Jim liesitaUvJ n little;' then he  turned the knob and entered." \ .  Miss Merriam was a neat little woiu'fti)  with remarkably Sne gray eyes. , She  wasn't particularly young, 30 at least,  Jim concluded, and she was strictly businesslike. ,S.he looked the work over and  told him wIichi it would be done.  Scarcely a day passed thereafter that  he didn't find occasjo.u (to make use of  her nimble lingers.  A., very queer,'a very uausuai!. sjtrugg/c  was going'on beneath the inside breast  pocket of Mr. Jim Grigsby's sack coat.  One afternoon he had detained hor a  little-Iffngcr than the usjinl hour of quitting, .and when the work'was finished he  daslnvj up stairs with it, locked his dooi  quickly &iu] caught one of the elevators  going down. lie meant to ride down  with her; ..perhaps wn}k with hor to the  turnstile exit doors. Smv? .enough, she1  stepped on board nt her floor, and Jim  Grigsby. with a bow, took off his bat.  Then there was a jerk, a grinding  crash.1 a, stuiefc from the boy, something <  fell heavily on the roof of the car, the  tights went out, they were falling, falling, then with a horrid jerk they stopped.  The air was full of dust. They ivere in  almost total darkness.  As the car floor s-'onird to slip from under them the woman felt a strong arm  pass'qiik-kly about her,waist, nnu-with a  natural desire to grasp something helpful she'eaugb't and held fast to the man's  stout shoulder. When the car stopped,  ho slowly withdrew his arm.  "Are you all right?" he gently asked.  "Yes." she answered. "What has happened?"  "Wo seem to have fallen and stuck between 'floors," he answered.    "Sit down  on., the   seat  and  don't   worry.     They'll  soon gr>t us out."  "Wh/'i-e is the hoy?" she asked. .    |  "I'm trying lo locate him," be answered. "I'm Afraid he's hurt. Here he  i?." There was a link- pause. "He's  alive."  "Here," sho quickly unid, "pta<;������ lum  on the seat and let me hold his bead on  my lap."  A moment later Jim softly (aid the unconscious lad beside tier.  ���������   "He seems to l>e bleeding from  a cut  on  his head," said Jim.  "Do you mind  that?"    ���������  "Oh, no," she answered quickly. "Poor  boy!"    '  "We must have a light!" cried Jim.  "Why doesn't somebody come?"  "Hello,   hello   tliere!"  camo  *   mil filed  voice from above.  "Yes!" shouted Jim.  "Who is there?"  "Miss Merriain, Mr.'Grigsby and the  hoy.. The boy ia hurt. Send down a  light. ' T think you can get an incandescent, through, the. opening. A flat bottle  of brandy too.    Hurry."  "Yes,    yes.      Hut,    say.    don't    move  around.   The Cable ha.s broken and fallen  on.lhe car roof.    The car has caught in  the safety clutches on one side only.    A  slight jar would send   it  to  the  bottom."  "We have* sent for men and, are ���������'doing all  that is possible.    Keep lip your.eon rage."  "All right!" cried. Jim,"'with- n  steady  voice.   11,0.turned to, the girl in. the darkness.   "You heard," ho said.  ilXcSi" el������e apsweird atiictl.r.  Jim softly whistled Here' wa������ a woman in ten thousand.  "How's the boy?"  "He's warm and breathing easily." As  she spoke a gleam of light stiuck the  ���������white, fireproof wall at lhe car front. It  was the incandescent bulb. Jim carefully drew it through the wire meshes. "All  right!" he called. He took the light  across the car and hung it above the  lad's head; then he went down on his  knees and pushed aside tho matted hair.  "A nasty cut," he said and deftly  bandaged it with strips of his handkerchief. ' Over all he tied the neck scarf  Jane quickly handed him. Something  clicked against the wall. It was the bottle of brandy. Jim forced a few drops  between the boy's lips. He put his band  over his heart; then he took off bis coat  and laid it over him.  "You seem to know just what to do,'  Mid .T.inn Men-inni  "We learn a good many useful thing!  on the plains," said Jim.  "Hello, below there!" came the muffled voice.   "Mr. Grigsby."  "Yes!" cried Jim. "What is'it?"  , "Don't get discouraged. We nre doing  our bost.to make you p-ifo. It may take  some time, rerlmps it would bo better  to keep as quiet as possible. Somebody  will he here on guard. If you want anything, call out."  "I understand,", said Jim.    "When,you  nre icady to take us out, have a carriage  ''/bi*   ifjp   lady   and   an   ambulance   and  atvct&m'hv tin* JjOJ'."  ��������� "Yes,  yes," every I {h''j,- *tfj}J  fje  looked  after." ���������     (  "For Miss Merriam," shrilled :1 boy's  voice.' Something attached'to a string'  ���������bobb.ed in tyojit of the cage. Jim drew  jt iiil H was'.'a little Jjiiuf^ .of flowers.  jEJfi han,ded it l.c-' tlie gii). "  "���������JJl/lji. was .foe's voicp,*" she said. Joe,  as Jin? vpniiiffi'iipypi}; was' jLhe Jame'boy.  Then Jin) jowciwj jijs sj.>������ ffifit "f stature to the (loor beside' lhe gjij tii)(\ sap at  her feet.  ,"We   might   as   well   make   ourselves  comfortable," he said.    "I, fancy we are  jiji f,ojr .quite a siege of it."  ' 1viio boy "m.o/in&d and feebly tossed, but  the girl's soothing riiiVi'dVjUJ^/pi} hjnj.  A dull clang, clang, from a distant  gong reached them in llio silence.  "Must  be calling out the  fire-depart-  tjiftiil," siijjj Jim Grigsby.    "We are evidently cirntihij* qujiji- a sensation."  "I don't like that." said the gir'f.  "It will all be air old story in a day or  two," he laughed. ''  "How can you laugh?" she asked.  ���������"Why not?" he asked.    "It's all  I can  do.     If, there    was    anything   else,'   I  shouldn't   be  lounging ������ Here.     J>\\yish   I  could make you* more comfortable.     I'm '  afraid   I   seem   lo  yon   a   little   h.-irdeneil  and thoiifjiiili-'i-K,  but  it's all the fault of  my early experiences.,   I've gone through  somethiug like this before. ��������� 'I   was once  locked up iii a mine for six hungry days.-  Do you mind having me talk?"*  "jf'm glad to hear, you," she said sim-,,  ply.  , Before lie could speak ||gn*jn the elevator swayed n litilt*, settled slightly,  caught again, there was n hoarse -jImmi!  from both above and below, and then all  was still again. At- the first movement  she had caught at his hand with* her  trembling fingers. He took them in his  rirm cbtsp and did not let them go.  ���������'���������'}"jou are cold," he quietly said and fell  to fcof-tly .chafing her hands. Then as if  there had been no iuicrrjintioii be went  on to'tell her the stoVy of the mine. He  jtalked simply and well.- ��������� It was a graphii!  rale, and made her forget foi* the moment their own perilous situation. Then'  ne went on to other adventures and finally driftingback told her ol* his early life,  of the mother, he had lost when a hoy, of  his flight from cruel 'relatives, (if his  struggle for bread in the nigged western  coumrv. Then he told how step by step  he had climbed upward to independence.  He talked of Inm.sejf freely, of his hopes,  of his ambitions,''of''.his'long deferred  plans fo.r happiness. Sh'c felt tlie pressure ,  ���������tighten on her hands. Then he suddenly  stopped short.  "Hold on," he said brusquely; "I'm  tiring you. And, see here, you must n't  let yourself get cramped. Try and shift  the boy's head a little. ��������� Swing your arm*-  and move your feet. Have some  brandy?"  "No," she said, "thank you; I'm quite  comfortable. ' How long have we been  Lore?"  He held his watch tn the dim light. -  "Ry George!" he cried. "It's three hpur.-  nnd leu minutes! What a talker I um'  Hut that's .what It is to puss one's linn  in good company," and he lauglud like a  boy.  "I don't know what I should have done  if if hadn't been for you," she almosl  whimpered, and put her hand to her eyes.  , "Here," he quickly said, "give me your  ji:������idl*erchier." JIc look'it ami holding  fhe 1/gh-t Hose to her faee carefully wiped  <t. "A little sanguinary in spots," he said,  wifb n quiet laugh, "pou'l put youi  dngers to your face again. 'There, now  four hat is straight. Wo must look out  nest when wc face (lie bjg reception coin  mittee (hat is pietty sure to be await  ;ng us."  For the life of her '-die couldn't help  trailing nt the contrast between'his lively  -ir and bis sorry tipped ranee.  "Hello, below there!" <-ilniu the tnnflled  foice from above. , ,   ,  "Hello!" answered Jim.  "All right?"  "No change," said Jim.  "We "have rigged a temporary cable and  (tome grappling lines and are going to .let  you down.    Don't be alarmed."  "Gofihond," said Jim.  Th'jre  was a   creaking of  l-InHtH  and  many hoarse ordcr������. and somebody  wn*.  lowered   to   the  loof or  llie'car.    There  were K'.ittnds, too,  from  below���������liiurinurs  and sharp cries of warning.   The ear rose  h little, and l.lieu began its slow, descent.  As it neared lhe 'ground floor ���������Jim gently  picked up thc.boy and  Jane spread  the  coat carefully over the quiet form.'  "Tt'lo-u-tolois over." said Jim.  *ssc3&&a������  -nrt     s?T-2i  -a n-  IARGE   AND ' WELL    LIGHTED  SAMPLE ROOMS,   floated by  ***kS' hot air' mul electric bell? an  light in every room.   Free'bus meets al1  trains. ' t  REASONABLE HATES.  G  dc-  QCt  ���������' B "' IT." $ R*^' H P-\ N)������,lL GriH Room in connection forth  * >k P \i W '��������� a ^"'k eonvciiieiice of gtie-its arriving and dc  M       ^tas^   d      G ^ fl      a  parting by night trains.'   Hourly sLrae  * ! car between hotel and station.    REVELSTOKE, B.C  JOHfl V. 'PERKS PR0PR!FJ8n  rzmzi   33. *    [*; itj^t.  m  *���������',r-      .   *  ;'/V rr**<������~Lr.-~ '���������_  <>...  PA S  13   ,'Q^^L.,  s?^y^--^'r^~^-'~ - -  -<..)-     -   ���������-jS-'---',   -'.    "-���������     -   --'*-  'A.k' i'r'*'-\-rj-*.'L&:T    ,-���������  '     "*l-  ABRAHAMSON BROS.  PROP'S.  Newly built.       First-chiSH  in  every   respect.      All  QUEEN'S' HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  O     .- .   . i*.  $1 'pesr- m^jjLL^'   "   '  N^vyly Built  Throughout. '  i���������  jjl^j   5 zzap���������  h  /  AAA  -est Erarc'so_f...."  Wines, Liquors and  Cigars.  E, OALBT, PROP'Rr   x  00<K><K)-b-000 C> 0<><)<>a*O<H>-0-<H>O 00-0%  V^f-  r\ !\   I  .{4 I*  '": :'   'r-   '       , ������������������' -X  ��������� ������������������'���������'   :*  J. 'A.. .S'l'ONjjf, .lfrppriclor. . ���������^���������^'���������:\; -v.  Rales, $ 1. per clay-. ���������J'-,';-,:'.' /<���������&&/. -��������� .../?-���������''���������,  111 eclr'ic J i y;h tec I' ��������� fuhiaec-Jhea'telcl.'.-r^;^-*;-  *  .___J-1 '     '    ' ii. '���������''  *New!��������� y b 11 i 11 ��������� j.n.d; fu 1:n"ikhed':,'...'   '  Kinest.'and. best "supplied  bar'  .';���������������������������;���������',.��������� In the city '^"' " "   ~ ~        '  ������ttfffp*r  .Cor: FrontandJ.Beixson Streets, Revelstoke;B.C.  1 .--.���������  Furniture and Undertaking,  t i  .������������������    li*f(  UN' ^lillVj-Repairing & Upholstering Done  Wat i'h oust* in conned inn Cor s('or;ia*c n|' ftiniil.y nn.tl (itln-i' furniture,  trunks, 'etc'.*, fit- inmHiiiy" in* iHhci'* rntt's.- Agcnls fur H'siy'i'Mnyi $!^Y:'.  ing i\J;icliine... i '  EE"VTE3i������3:0^t:E S'T^-TIOlST-iBLO..  irA^-jeaPHWULOuiyiiwt. u i.w.in xuu *mokcb  Established 1886  I  Dnan,'Jf#88ly  ���������JziL-i  Iron,   Stcr-i;.' 6liiW;'Jp'iinrsv  Incorporated 1895.  e Company, Limited,  ancouver, B. O.  ' -l'--d^   ���������.���������Jj.'J  [MI'Oli'TlilifiANJ) .JOUHKUS OV  1 ' _j.   I ,'. i ' ' I'-  f������-^V������J\ .'���������-.'*, *     ' ' ' -f  sTVcJilJr,'    MctuN,   Stiives,   Tinware,*  Guns, ,etc., o.������g  WJ-3 MAKE A-SrECIALTY   OF SUPPLIES.for Mines, Mills, jBI'acksniiihu  Railroads, Cutitractoi's, .riUitilH.'i'iny.n, olc.    Agents for : ���������  Giant Powder Gri: ." lf,������irli.liik������.'rt(.*iilo������,   . llctuictt's Kiif,'lirth Fuse.      Mil Jest lo  Stocl ItaiiKC1", .' .Can 1 on Mining 81 col.      Spnonor's Coppcrlno.  Registered Trademark   "Sunset."  ���������jgatf gtaa.i ^-.-mr-  THE B, "CdASSAY7.A.pjGHEMI(JAL SUPPLY CO. (LIMITED).  -   - .* ������������������     ;      '   -.*'   ,! ���������,i?(,iiiit.:]?.;.'i(-i>,iirl,*ini',&; Cn.)  ���������    Q������y ������������������ V^ Ny0 uV E RJ'   B. C.   _  Wi.'ure iNrjiniifdcllii'i'r*-'nii'l clirecl. Iin|virtiM*H, nnrl curry :t lurfrt* f-tnek of  Rjilnnces, ],*,iirji;i'1t*������,*=.' I''U!<;.CI-'iy K'lixK Hcientilii.' nnd Prndieiii Books, Gliisswure,  PlMt)nini)K()ri(ls*''A'&?/W;Cljeini(*.,il>iin(l uli otlierAssftyor'sniul Miner's rerjuiretnenls '  Sole'Agents lin* j\loi"itn (Jrucilik* Cnnmant, BatUM'suft, Bcckor'Sons' Bal-  utiles, pic*.*;" ,.-   '   "   ������������������"���������"       *.'        .. -     :*;>:  ���������f ";i I ������iloj^iiV> *m*l full p:ii'liei:l:ii"^ <r\\\ nji ;i ]->plic;i I ion.  "[7PM""*'���������  . ,tJ  M.J    *^   .  ���������?  THE.; JgOLSONS  i'ijf'Oj''p<ir,\lc(] liv ,*u*l of Pdilinuipivt 1S55  MKAO .O'FFICH-'v-:?'-  "- '������������������ " ��������� MONTREAL  ..\V,ai. 'JMolh'on 'j)J'vvrK*sV;*:i!S(.^. l.'iv.s.    . S. H. ISwing, Vicc-Prcs,  <���������'������������������ '"���������'"���������       :   ���������*'������������������ .1aM'*V lOt'.Li'oT.'.'OJeJd'"-! Mtmag(ji*  PAID UP CAPITA/;.;".-   ijfS- "���������     :'-'- $2,170,000  RKSHRVy^d^vvH^Vf/^ :"   "'        - -   '     1,850,000  Konui'iil liiinl.iiiK biisiiicn I i'i.ii'-.u !c 1,   luLcrc-'lMlIoVycd oil deposits at current mtCRi  J. D. MOLSON, Mamspp. -   ���������'     REVELSTOKE, B. C.  MMMWlMd  id*Wfia*nrr<W������in  Now  'H-(! i.T������e:)i        J.������������������'������������������'  ���������/'���������*  There comes M.Ti'ine' im\\* .:ii!!3- (firn. wln'ii < very ^entleinnn  feels tlie '1 ���������  I'Xfennoiuillvii'V.ri.'ili (Hid W'i!-!'iil-l n*j*elher stilt of clolhes-. .Till' ncciisioll  . n. ... ,   ..  .     .   ... ,  riiiiej.ion.? Tli'i't. i>. *y^������'^-ylun'if  lo iiyoid ,*i   r.lm.tK'o fit  .������������������-' 'itrio\^\-iIU^Ii������*^^p%'������jtJfl*<;r*'''ilei*.'iVi tue  if Q  9    fc_/u      r ?  oi* ���������sn'tne ot her niiporlMnli  Thai is die tililtJ  , (Coiltiijuwl UU jmyiitlllUl*)  'Sf'epi.1<.)i!fi.H>y*i'.V.|'!.ljli (ind \V''i!-|'ii!-|.n*j*('lher si  ri;iy-'*..il-if>"i';i   vM\\\\\\v...-a. roccjit i.oii,   u ; journey  'in  IbONi The Tailor.  ���������rS* ^'  ( ' /,'  THE KOOTENAY MAIL.  in Spaiws of Jim Grigsby.  (Cuntinueil fiom puge two.)  'i'i..* g.ifo w;i*= pi:-.;,-.1 '...-uk' and dim  *���������: j*;i *il out. Tlieri' were policemen iind  ii('::i'.*!i .-ind nniliidiince men. nnd IimcIc of  ll:. ;.i many people waiting in the lobby,  and a muliled cheer'arose as tlioy stepped out.  "Clear the way to the ambulance,'' said  .7im sharply to the police sergeant, and  the stretcher, nion and the surgeon fell ia  Iv.-hh'd'him as ho stalked to tlie street,  lie was a sorry looking fellow, hatless,  coatless  and   blood   stained,   but   as   he  l.iid the lad on tho mattress and stopped  ajlde the great crowd that had been patiently wailing in the street for the rcsciw  gave him a   rousing eheor.    He hurried  back into tho lobby, but Jane had beer  spirited away. ,       "  It was just a week later that Lame .To*  beckoned to the elevator starter.  ''Hear, about .Miss Morriain?" he confidentially asked. '  "No," said the starter. "Moving out,  ain't she?" ' .   -  "Yep,"'said Joe. "Ooin to marry thai  Mr. Grig.-by. (Join to live out west loo.  He's got mines oui there to burn. Says  he'll look around an see if there ain't  bo in 6 kind o' -hai'ice for mo too."  "That's good," said tlio starter, with n  laugh. "Guess thai match' must have  been made in* the olevail'ir."  "No," said Joe. "That nin't so; I  thought it was, dun it ain't. ,Youkno\v  she an me is pretty good friends, an I  Bays, 'Guess Mr. Grigsby must have axed  you to marry him inrllio. -levator?' She  faughodd,' !No,! she says, 'be didn't. 'But  }ie loved yoi] then?" { g'l.vs. An. she  p':dded. 'Then/ I say's, 'yviir didn't he?'  She I.lushed n I'Mje. 'HrojUisi*. 3||r. (Jrigs-  \)f says "\\ \vo'i!-!n'>i lujYP l"'on fair: it  ivould.haye beeii taking an ndvautage of  pie,' f-he says, an ' hliisli'*<1 again.    'J'hat  ..    .   .      ,    .  OTP-  fi*.:i sno wouldn't a:i-  niass of iii(jl:ilVi'ijipo.I n,*  Muiiigli  to ;i!lov.*��������� tlie O,  Veiifiiresdine  u;eii   lo  ::<  it.    Then it si ine !  li' ,  and appeared  in  -.p-in-'  saved themselves fi*';*.*' i:  aside or leaping ������������������������������������;���������;��������� it.  At last, as the --!-.i;> l:*i  . 'i.iii:  -eiitirut   t!:i:  :   I'.i-iii.    Th.  '���������'���������>' ' :���������' jump::  JH'   Q   ������3,  *?���������  port, the propeller  qrijslry'-s {]"'sn'lini'ii iiniij. ���������Vi'-k.''.  '    -j'Gucss lie is!!' said llio starter.��������� Ok'X  i      i       V .-..'--���������   1  r-J     i ' ��������� '   i   ���������''      1.1     ^1        ��������� ,i'   ���������,  land Pbiiu D.enlc-r..  /TJtAPJPEfiBYALASSO.  i   ,<���������  WILD'CHASE AFTER A SPARE' PROPEL-  A     Co'.vlioy     Conq'ncrcil    the    Tfcree  i s      .-���������..*       -... .*.     o  "Vt'ir.Kod   Iron   Monster  Tu.Ht  W'o.alrt  l\::ve   YV> ec'ked.''ihe   S,b i.i't"Aftcr '<}������&'  ' ei-civ ue.ti; irftUi-'rf'ia S>;*������mi������o it,"  Paring the gales of last winter nio'*c  than 2!) tramp steamers were lost.1   Ten  , were   never   heard   from   after   leaving  port.,   More than-1.">0 broko'tlioir shafts.  In  over a  score of instances  they  also  l.'sl their propellers and were saved, t\:n\\\  being overwholn.iod. by se*i, anchors, Which  hold  'h.oir '1'o'iid.s In 'tlio combers^ and  a  jil>ci**i fu*-v of oil. which smoothed down  llio. crests.    Some of tho  nnderb.-t Masted  tramps   from    Mritisli   ports,   which   in  pleasant   weather,, innko   the   voyage   to  Sandy   Hook   in   lo days,   were u"i days  and -10 days breasting the great   winter  gales.    Two of them rolled their funnels  out. and a not her. spout lo days either attempting to make hor ,way through  the  crested    billows ���������*or *'*\v allowing    ii"*-    (ho  trough.', Clifili'kc' wav^.s, breaking in oat-  Ai-at:.- over her weather bow or l.'ap'ng  iiboani 'aiiiidsiiips.  carried   away  all  her  lifeboats.   She rolled nt an aiiu'le of,nearly -!���������*) dog:-o:*s. the rolling period boin������ 1~  or 1") lit*-es a minute, for hoi""  togt-llirr.     During   *u  weary   skin,'*'- .       , .,nd hours  Ch'1"- .    .,..se    lo   days   the  ,- 'iiiund. when he had -a  ���������..c to r.uiko an observation, that the  had made MO knots leeway. . In  luundtuoiis period very few of the  oflicers were able to got any sloop, except  llio merest eat'naps. Tho food was hardly fit to eat through bad cooking, the  cook being unable to work properly, and  llio water, impreu'iiated by the searolni*,'  brine from invading seas,,and spoondrift.  did not do much,toward quonohinsr thirst.  ' The perils of tho'undcrbsillastedJramp,  steaming to -the westward with head  gales lashing tho seas into fury, furnish  1ho marine reporters of nearly every At-,  hnitic seaboard city every winter with  columns of vivid stories. Tho trump  skipper  is' undaunted   by   the  appalling  ship  this  \  i'i  fl  I  i* ,i> *,  i..'K  yvii  2$i.  y'M  M  '������������������ 73S  l-.SUH'S  dangers of his undorpaid profession.  The  business of following tho sea is the only  one ho  knows  anything  about,   and   he  must' oillier risk starvation on shore or  boldly  face  thc  manifold  dangers of n  rover of tho oceans of llio World, which  -.little notes the loss or n,tramp steamship  Siere and (here.    When a  Iramp skipper  \ises his job���������ho novel' gives It up-theru  "  >o a  dozen  or more npplle.'illoiis Tor It  L '-nspito its perils nnd its meager pay.  , ityll the sinaller tramps that-visit ports  diAhout facilities for providing or rop'alr-  peimachinery carry, usually on the main  inV aft or between decks, a spare pi'o-  lei'fjr. Tho re havo beeti several instances  horJiieh tramps with those extra propol-  IW have   just   escaped   dost ruction   In  3loW  weal hor.    A  little  British  trump  .piA'canu! into New York from tho Med-  ,Oii'inoan several years ago had a spare  (df-wller made  fast between decks aft.  .  'i"g'\i'ii!dit.  when she'was within a  few  its I ���������{of Sandy Hook, plunging and roll-  ���������tlio vi., cyclone, the propeller broke from  js-hip V\ings and  began tbnuderilig about  bimns.)-/" Tlie'oiil.villuniinalioii aboard  crew -ils ||V means of flickering kerosene  botwc*.   ']')',(, shipper and  several of his  ch������'ck'r.n( down  into tho gloomy space  fd ���������'������������������'���������I   decks   and   liuide   m\   effort   to  Thc',p prriitie Might of the three wing-  bars i'^n11slor.  "tried t'^.jp nrmed with wooden and iron  keep tht pj(,c.(,s ���������f dunnage, which thoy  persist'-^, ,1S |(,Vers.    It was dillietilt to  f-ho I'oll'^jp-j, ||,.ad up in' the swell    She  bled r.ol;\dropping off. illnl eveiy lime  board. \\'\H, (���������(.���������noi* of a propeller runi-  Whip's f*i(l1(������ steel deck to poll or star-  nie'ii 1<- iflti<iiin-  lo sin.'i-h through the  ���������chfirj.'-c ������������������?   '|-|,l. ..Uippcr sent cue of his  ^lieiaii^^  i,rid^e  to toll  the  ollicer  in  ��������� 'OiUC'eii'H.y |(, ji(.(.j) the 'ship's .hon'il ur>."  ,.   .Jits of the iiror-eller b.viug less  ;KlnlcHud-'To \va>i i'ileliiiJg,'  !:ed h������-i\V.y to  whirled d"*,:i tho inclined deck and sunn hod ii'-:':!;n*-t the side.  One of its blades went ikvouah a,p,!a;e.  It hung for a moment airniiM a lib1 of  the ship: then, loo'-cniuir ii.-elf as tho  ship rolled nnd heeled to *-l*i: board, it  bowled at hwii: i -ship again. .*.. fountain  of sea water spr.ited three-;1.! ,t!*e hclo  made by the propel!"!* l.l.-itie a- the t!.'i::\p  rolled lo port aL;;i:i. ::ii!! tlie propelle'r  flid that way -V few r.:y>:,��������������� |n.'">. in lhe  fdiip's s*ido \vo*.:ld have c.-ni-i'd her to take  in so much waier that ���������'*'.' wo-.*,!.] have  been in danger of foundering, 'and tho  skipper began' to \vi-*ii that tlie propeller  bad gone all the way through and drop-  pod into the sea. t  There was one passensroi* ahoanl the  tramp, a,stout young fellow who had experience an a cowboy on the Texas plains.  ' * 3  ' y.  ��������� '; ������������������ T  ��������� : .?.Tr-  rJ?  Tt  ~������T  f   4   ' *   ���������  Ts.r  A*<?-' '  ���������'U V  -V",:.'''  lie had hoard  the l*oomiii*r of (ho spare  [iropeller, and he went to tlie shipper and  volunteered lo cheek it'iu it* mad cour-o.   i e,*,;.T'?   .'.  At  first   it   revealed  itself only dimly'to   j   '���������>'$''%  biin. it  huge,  balliko siiadov,*,  ttuder tho     ^*-"  fiiint and, inistea.-ly glow of the kerosene  lamps.     After   tlie   cow.boy   had   become  somewhat  aeciistoiued  lo lhe gloom iind  had  spent  a   few   niotni nts dodging  the  ootenav  propeller he took" a lasso, 'which lie made'  ol* a hawser, and with lho(i unerring ni::i  of an expeit bull puncher he rung one (if  the blades with,, the noose, ji** pin-to ;'.  turn with |ho (liher mpi ;ir.'-uinl a winch,  iibout ami(lsliip?, and lhe |>m|������ol!er. was.-  pub'dtieij. Then tlie skipper and his.inon  fell upon it fls if it were a living thing,  ���������and with beams aud bars and chains and  ropes they made it yo fast that all the  stormf; ,if the north Atlantic could not  have broken  it'oos-*> nsiain.  ���������  TJab  Firs!  .",S������'V.  1 fl i  It is -100 years now si:icp the first  known muff was worn. Venice was tho  place, November was the liuuith. name  of lady who introduced the l'a.s!(io-i uii-  JSiiown,. Vouiro, io no* ii^ a cold elii'nato;  'li ore (ore it'i's'o'ild tli'at the'fashii|n should  .ui'vo   originated   there.   "The   Venetian  dailies did iiot^'tiso the muff origin^.ll;** to  to P,ra.H'ct theii.*, nred.v h.-i'mls. 'I'-hey tisecl  ^ a's..ypH(lilliiVq 'pliieo for the small dogs  which were fashionable then. The 'liist  muffs were made of cloths, mostly sal in  Or brocades, lined and boidored with fur.  In tho sovetiteeiiili century men as well  as women carried 'muffs, at least in.  Franco.  i\ Gorman statistician hns estimated  that beneath every siiuaro mile of sea  thorp are about 120.0110.000' lish. -It is  safe lo say. however, * that those .figures  arc not based upon the rosu'ts of .ictnal  ashing experiences.  rt'heii Lt:..v(ozi %V:is ,Scare;'i.  Major   rutnam   Ei'iiillcu 'cftrong.   who  ,*n*as on the .stiilV'o(!- GeneralMacArthur  li^ "Ijlip 'riiilippiiies, says General I.nwtou  .Confessed to'being afraid once in his lif*  That was when die was ridiii"* "  12-yoar-obI son  Manli"'  lory, at Maid1-    , '      ���������   ","1 ":s  tniin  ���������' ���������, ���������    .   i*:'*-;1   l ;U'" <,l7**(>"  *   ' , ..    11  seems' lh:iI  a   .Mou-  ,.,'iail had just buried a co-.'.irade  when a California burying detail came  up. 'Somehow ihey failed ��������� lo' g* l c;o-  fridges" anil asked the -Mou: mas for some.'  Tbi! latter had nothing b-.u ball ear-  tridges.  "Oh. they'll do." said the California  sergeant.  "heady, lire!" came the order a moment later. , ,    *  The bullets went 'whizzing over the  grave and over the stone wall,' on the  other side of which was riding General  Law-ton, his bead only it few inches below  (bo wall. . The lniKeis made a br'eiv.o as  they went past. "That was the only time  I can remember 'being scared." said the  general later, "but m.v boy spoke up and  said: 'Papa, is this l.ko being under real  fire? If il is, 1 like it.'"-Army and  Navy Journal.  He Kx'.iec'od ft.  Abraham Lincoln was once retained to  'defend a man charged with stealing some'  hams. At the, trial tlie aeciisi-d'liim--pif  gave some very damaging testimony.  which so alarmed Mr. Lincoln that he  wont over to his client aud (old him that  nny further effort to eleiir him would be  Useless. Tlio accused insisted, and Ml*.  Lincoln made a slant plea In tin* jury.  .The charge or the court was very clear,  nnd.. theie was little doubt th.it_ tho defendant would be cKiivieted. Tho jury  was out only live minutes and returned a  Verdict of "not guilty." Mr- L'tieoin  touched his client on the shnuhlei and  nsked him if be expected that.  "Why.   yes,"   he   replied.     "ICloven   0  them  fellers  helped  eat them  hams!"-  Mnlp  sum!   ������*,e.-..--..--  '-'   remes.**.. '  Call a girl chid; i-.-.n!'ri - .-miles; call a  woman a heir and rhe uOwK Call a  j-oung woman a witch and .-be i< plea.-cd:  tall an old woman a witch and she is in*  tligiiant. Call a young girl a kitten and  jhe rather likes it: call a woman a cat  Olid she'll bate you.   Women are queer.  If von call a man a gay dog it will flat-  tor him; call him a pup. a hound or ,a cur,  nnd lie will try to alter, the map of your  face. Flo doesn't mind being called a bull  ���������in* a bear, and yet ho will object to being  mentioned n- fl en If or a cub. Men ai"  tiueer.  A sign of po!iteiies< ia Tibet *-.-��������� e.v;'-  iir; a person is i.. !������������������ 1 1 op the cir..-ped  hand.-- and -tick o,--t ihe t ���������;._���������.>*.  ���������It i<Vlim;*.tcd fhiii.aboill -'.(-0.1'd.f) ac;*.-  of land.,in.,lhe'i;nite;l States are planted  vntlji vines.7    '  er������.'v- ���������;-  A-  ���������ir-i if: . i.  ^-V.f'V,A.  *-'* :r &*  3*T  r. % T  ^ -(C; ss=.'  -o" If: v-js.  -'���������-��������� ff. *sr  t������  ft **  fit  ^^#?'  t^'  ���������^  di -J' *.$-  i  <#*'T  <AiS*'*r������  *T :'J>. I ���������  We  have always been noted for tlie  " r i. (  line quality of our work���������that's why we  are always busy. Cheap and inferior  printing* costs the same as good printing,  o       ��������� , *  therefore ' why not get the best. Our  prices are always reasonable. Jf in need'  of fine printing, write or call on us at once,  we are new*4 too busy to attend to all orders, ffa  *  ���������     -   ' fw  . <*        ^f*������ft>  ������^  '������d ���������. Jt  Jf-J Jr.   'I  ���������$*��������� ���������  <5r.*J -*: ":  iv     *y**  Kootenay Railway &  . Navigation Company  Limited.  Oncniting Kaslo & Slocan .Kailwuy.  Iiitcrniitional Navigation & J railing     c  Conipaiiy.  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Hoyal Mail Lines.  Cheapest Route to the Old Country.  ALLAN LINE-From Montreal  l'tirbiiiin ,        -      :     Aii},-. 2o  .Sicilian    - -      ���������       ���������    **        ^p. 1  Tunisiiiin   ���������      ���������'" >       '.!*{-  N-jinidiiin        ���������             ...,-. "^   lo  Corinthian    I  --  DOMINION LINE���������From Montreal.  FAMOUS  (f  IMPERIAL  LIMITED.  U  Past Daily" Service ��������� Between At-  Liniso anjl Pacific,  KirM (.ia-.-lcciiersoniill imliw.   'rourist oiii'h  !\i������..i:'V*'iil Vtncl l-Wn. Sumlii^K  \\ udni'wli.j*,  for Torontu.  Improved connecting service to und from  KOOTENAY COUNTRY  !.;:') .ut.  I.Jo lv.  iiAILY   TKMXS  Kcvcl^toUo  UcvcL-tokc  West  urn. 'Jl.'-'H  lv. -Jl.:t.)  To and floin Kooloimy Points.  lIc-.L-HLokc    ' hit. *-M.0O  l.i'A:;.-:.!. Uev,  - iokI full inforiiiiilion apidy  ul-ii. or  Schedule of Timo-Pacific Standard Time   j^mj;^";,,  Effective Fob. 1st, 1000.  Kaslo & Slocan Railway  . i   ijtiii-i;  t^ii|/i_-i ivi  p.msensrcr train for Snnrlon and wny stations   ]yn)tu Ontario  cav^s KThIo at 8 a.m.; .daily, \^n'M^\f   Montfort    -   .  tendon at 1.15 p.m., arriving at Kaslo 3.oo 'i.in.   j akc Uhiiinjjlju  Vaneouvoi'  BEAVElt LlNE-Froin.Montreal  ,ake Superior  Aug. -2u  Sep".   1  '���������    lo  Bthtcrnational Navigation and Trading  "��������� .   , Company  Opci'iUiiiKon 1-iootciiiiy Luke and llivcr.  S'S. lNTi'*.������s.\Tro.v.M. leaves Kaslo for Nelson  at lliu . daily except Sundny; reUin.in* leaves  VcNon at U0 p.m.. culling at 1 alfoui. I not,  Itav Aiiiawortli riid nil wny points; connects  witV. K. f. & N. train to and from Siiokime, ������t  Five Mile Point.  Lardo-Duncan Division  AMBlt  ALUKltTA. '  Stcftinor Albcrtji loaves Knslo for Lardo nnd  ArgoiiLa at 8:'W p.m. Wednesdays.  Steamers call at, princitml landings  in   both  directions and at other points when signalled.  'ncketssoldtoall I-oinls in Canada and the  U*-lKS!&  rates   and   full   information,  ���������wW"*"- houkist nsvixc.  LakcMegaiHiu'  8 tf  Manager, Kaslo",' 15. ('.  L.   ���������_>  J. COYLE,  VV. F. ANDERSON.  T. P. A.,  Vancouver, B.C.   ., Nelson, B. C.  A. U.  Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. L'd  ALASKA   ROUTE.  Steamers for \Vrans.������-l. .luneim and .Skagway  li'iivo Victoria  Every Wcdnonday at 8 p. m.  nnd Vancouver  Every Thursday at 2 p. ni..  Steamers for Northern P-nlish Coliimldn ports  leave Victoria nnd Vancouver \vockl>.  Hates, etc.. on iipplicatic.n to  0. S. HA XT KM.  General Passengoi* Agent,      .  Victoria, Jl.Q,  .      .     -     - Aug. -22  .      .      ���������      ��������� '���������   20    Sep. 7  -      .      ���������      ��������� "    12  . '   .      ��������� "10  Pn.isciigcra ticketed through to nil pnrts of  Great Jiritain and Ireland, and at specially low  riitesto all pnrts of the European continent.  Apply to nearest railway or steam.-hip agent or  lo  T.   W. BHADSKAW. Agent. Revelstoke.  TI3VCE    TABLE  S. S. " Lardeau."  lMiiuiing between Arrowhead and Tlioin.-on -7  Landing coinmencing June 10, IIXJO, will sail at*  follows (weather permitting):  Leave Arrowhead for Thcinicn's Landing  and Comnplix at 7k. daily.  Leave Thomson's J.nnding and Coiiiaplix for  Arrowhead at, 17k. daily, connecting wilh all  U. P. II. trains and boat.-.  Tlie owners reserve the right to change timet,  ,of sailings without notice.  THK KUKU K01.UNSON LUMlilOH VV. LTD.  ]���������'. KOWNSUN,  ^liiuaging liireelur.  V8BB  xassscxsa  ������*.L .tf cadBM  Highest Cash Price Paid for  \l| ^liipnieiil-* are e*s.-unined by nie a  soon n*. Ihev arrive. Prompt returns a *  sureil Prices are too high to warrant  lioldinit good-* for nny length of tune:  You should keep posted on the returns  yon get from  G. W BALDWIN,  V O. P.ox fill Agent for Ja<. Ullina    f  Winnipeg, Man.  ���������m  ,'������r  * -**' t  '���������hi  yj  ���������r1 y  : -4--*-  THE KOOTENAY MAIL  _ na Xj.TT~r,**j-j3r*a**--z!J',****la!*  ' \   ���������- r������, -j -T-jr-r-  L/r-**XJ-  1 DO NOT F0R6E*  | that if  you want to'set a *  first class assortment ot ���������   ?)j  3  Campbell will be included in lb������r������   num-  ber-.-*-lnlancl Sentinel.  .9.  !���������  I  I TOILET  9  PERFUMES!  The machinists in'the 0. P. K. simps  laid off Tuesday afternoon for the purpose of attending lhe funeral of the  wife ot their fellow workman, Mr. Bert  Williams. ,   '  I . WAETRSI  I   BRUSHES-6F  9  $  9.  $  9  $  9  , %  9  9  i  9.  ALL KINDS    I  , and all toilet articles, o  Vou'Cim get the very best J  at the - )������  9.  II. C. Parson'Tsencral merchant, of  Golden,' B. C, has Liken over, the  Cuwan-Holten-Downs business. Mr.  Jack Fallis arrived from Golden Wednesday night to take charge. Mr.  Fallis is an old Kevelstokian having  carried on business here at one time.  .  CERTIFICATE OF   I.MpPOTKMEXTR.  NOTK':'.  Seattle  Mineral   ('l.ilni.' ^}W'��������� li'?',;"?'  stoke Mining Divi-ioii  ia  ;jo-t   Kootenay  M'here.localed. on ])ov,-iiiii..wi,K.  Take notice thai I, .1. M. Kcllic*: [���������<}���������"^*  CcrtiHc.Uc No. -B- 1.W.I7. intend lfi <** ^f   " V^  ,date hereof lo apply to toe ^Vl"?, A^-m nie of  a Certificate uf Improvemen tor llio p.u y^c oi  obtaining a crown grant, ol llio ;;bi'^,,1.^1   ���������,  And further take  notice., l!mt ������     > ' '���������"������<'.  section 37 must, bo commenced  beiorc the ismI  ai'iee of -inch certilinte of iinprovi-men.s.    ,  Dated this 2-'nd day uf Air0'ii-*l, ifl.VJ. ���������  '      ' o .1. .Al. KI'XLII*:.  I CanadaBook&BpugCol  i  ���������%  RevelstDke  Station  9  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  Tom Muloney is down  from   French  Creek.   ; '  ,   Thos. Taylor,   M.   P.   P.',   returned  from the coast/this morning.  F. C. Gamble, government engineer,  from Victoria, is in the city.   ���������  0James Cuiii.nings came up fiom Fer-  gusou'Wednesday night.  Comfortable seats will be provided  y for all who attend the concert to-ntgbt.  'Messrs. Prior and Fade have again.  been nominated as the Conservative  candidates in Victoria constituency.  ) P Sutherland went south to Trout  Lake and Feiguson, Thursday mo. n-  ingon ;i business trip.  II C UiPr, 0. P. H- operator who has  been spending his*vacation in Onta.to,  lei-umed home last, evening.  .  Bob Bullick, at. one lime constable at  IWelstoke was in the city yesterday  sbaking hands with old friends.  Messrs. Sweeney. McGilve'ry and  Maddocks were amongst the arrivals  from the Bend lliW* week. ,     .  > The tickets an*selling rapidly for th*>  Edith .7. Miller cnt-ert. Plan ot ha 1  will b������ found ;it Canada Book Store.  ^The New Westih'insterLiicrosseteiim  who swept everything before them m  lriciosse circles in eastern Car.ada,  passed through Kevelstoke on then-  way home on Wednesday night. A  crowd of Revelstoke enthusiasts were  at the train to shake hands with the  champion lacrosse playeisof the world.  There will be a,meeting of the Liberal Association in the committee  rooin*; iu the Cowan Block, on Monday  evening, Sept ]7th at'So'clock.   At this  tion will vtfiBftRp .then' report. Impo.t-  ant business jyill ������&9 fee transacted.  A fulfattendance o������ uieiube.rs ������������<?' intending members is mjuested.  TheGonservAtivejconyention for the  purpose of selecting a candidate to  oppose Mr.'W. A. Galliher, in the approaching federal elections takes place  here to-morrow'. The. following have  been appointed delegates to, represent  Kevelstoke: W. E. McLaughlin, J. D.  Sibbald, W. M. Brown, John McLeod,  r' T. Brewster, G. E. Grogan, W.  (ioWan.G.'F.Lindmark.T. Kilpatnck  and J. M. Scott. Alternates:-As Jolin-  *dn W. Newman, R. Gordon, R. A,  Upper, A.'E. Kincaid,- T. W. Skin^r.  and H. Donuely.  *. Mr'. Ed Trimble and Miss Clery were  united in the holy bonds of matrimony  at Trail Wednesday morning. The  contracting parties" are lesidents lof-  Kevelstoke and both are ,well known-  in the city. The newly married couple  came up- from -Trail Wednesday evening and proceeded to the coast on their  honeymoon. They were met iit the.  depot here by a large number of their  friends, congratulations being showered on them from all quarters. The  Mail joins in lieut wishes.  MaKiilKeeiit Teclfl.  A nini. went to a dentist and aM������*.V  him to "take a look nt.liis teeth. I ������i*  deutist did so and reined full of iulnnra-  '���������Ylint do you think of them?" asked  the patient. '\ ,,  ,    '-Magnificent!     Miis'-uf^m!"    ^s   a"  the dentist could say ..   ���������'       ,  "Then  you  don't  find  anything  to  do  ^'-To'do' to tiiem? Why', there are four  ,o be pulled, -six to be fi>.cd aud three to  be crowned!" said the dentist.-bcraps.  OEllTli'ICATL OJ-   DirilOVl^lKNTrf.  , i ____ '  :,*o*i'r<:K.  Ilanlpan ^lineral Ciiiim. t-iliialein lhe I'cvel-  stofcc MiniiiK-IHvl-.iiMi.or Wo-t Konlen,*i.\.  Where located, on Cavncs (. rvew.  Take noliee Hint.'I. .1. Mi Kellie. free miner's  cer ilica No- H. ISW7. inteiuK mni.v days irnn,  Hie lite hereof, to iU'fb' .to Hie ?!���������"���������"? ' ������������������;  dor for a eorlificate of niiprovomcn .-, fin ;  purpose  of oblainiag a Crown   grant ol   tin  11 And'furUier take notiee tl.nl ^>������<���������^  ������fftion  157   must   he,   eoninieneed   beloie  ine  issuance of such certificate of jinprovc.nciil-i.  . Dated this23th day ut July. WOO.  . J. M. XELLIK.  *���������   %r   "������"   ~z������     ~    +���������     ���������**     ���������**      ���������**     ���������J*      '*���������      v     ������������������������     *������       ' t\(A  f    Goods ai Your Gv/n Price.,    |,  ^���������25PerO&ntJ?ueriuctionon '   , rJ-  Ice Cream rreszcrs, Refrigerators, Water Cooler and-Water -^ ,  Filters, Screen Doors and Windows, Lawn Sprinklers, Coal ^  s. Oil Sieves. " r o uist  % All First Quality G oods.     Make a Note Of It. f  .1       ' ��������� t ,,__  " ��������� ' ������  W.   ,M.   LAWF  it  .   HARDWARE  STOVES  TINWARE.  - ���������     I I llM ���������^������������������������������������������������������^  ��������� For'Sale  ' Out* livery mid freitflilmK business  with stn^o ���������line, and mail contract, in  connection,, including 45 -Iicsk^ of  horses, luirncss, saddle?, stages, freight  \v;i"0'ns iind ore sleighs. .  . Any part of' above sold to suit purchaser*.   'For partieuliirs apply to*.  CRAIG- and HILLMAH,  Thomson's Landing, B. C  G-ESAT OLHAEXife SALE AT COST PRICE  / "       "FOR GASH ONLY'  Flour, Wheat, Shorts,'Bran,      /       ���������������    ���������  Family Groceries & Farm Produce,  v  Sava'ffe* Bros,, -Second Street-  rt9  H  VUitinsj   brethren'  cordially weleomcd.  IT.' J. PItATT  Skckktahy.  <?'  MAYi  FIRE* & LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS, "'. ���������:  d    ���������;        ^^?-^.N,OTARIES PeBLIC, ETC..  ',      FIRST   STB2ET,   REVELSTOKE. ���������    ,   -  Jd  o  s  Miri i  yylr  lUnlL.  ,���������57135-;  REVELSTOSE LODC-S, I. 0. O. P., Ho. 25.  lloeuliii' ir.ociiuKsare held  ��������� ���������^W^^^^V.Xo'clrtek. Visiting or'  - ^=^-t^>;i^5?-^0*irclially vvelewned  ���������N. T.-EDU'A11D3. ^.G. ..*   J- A. STO.VK, Snc.'  '- " SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 32, I..0. O. F.  Atcetse\-cry lut'sdav  ovenin^in Oddfellows  Hall at s o'elock.  iVisitiiif? brethren eor-  clially invited to attend.  13. IIANUUUY, N. 0. W.Sr.VTlllK.SKC.  CCollT Ml*. BEGBI3S  I. O. F, Ko. 3461.  Meets in the Oddfellows  Hall on the second and  fourth Mondays of ctieli  month. Visiuny hret-U-  l-cn   invited  to  attend.  C Vv. MITCUICLL,  It. S.  Lord Ciic,sLcil"n-!(! wiiS'Uiidi'Uhtcdly right wlicn lie dt*clarcrl his  bciicf that niostjiOophj i'ornicd sumo opinion of a mini's sense iind  chiii-aC-ci- I'ioiii his (ini'ss. ��������� TJio 'inclinati' n to'dress well is shown  h'y 'the, ,nuinl;er who, come here to he i ot led. They come hero  because .>F o'ur ability to give them lhe 'cor,cob and proper gar-'  nieiits. ' They gel the, best qualities; the beat trimmings; the  best wot k ; the best (it that's to bli' had.    They get exclusiveness.  KJ  -  (i  Mc'Konisia A.vemi8, Revelstoke  ri,���������:-"*""" r--,:*..-     ,;;:' "'���������;  !/'l>"'^'i^i:,:;V/VV  ���������'"���������>! I '/\^  m ���������  I'huk'lrtAiVi  Mi* J. O'LVilijd dty giimhinwlunt  of Nelson, ivgi-itcred sit .lhe R-AeUt ^  on Wednesday.  T. J. L������r.drn������n. of th ��������� Kont^.-wy  Trading nnd Sm-ltin-'Co.. tpent \N i������������l-  nesidav'and Thursday in the ray.  The Music-il Age of Nbw York s.iys : ,  Miss Millet sang exqiiisit.-ly. 11cm* ���������  enunciation  is also clear and darnel, j  The services in the Methodist.Church j  unhund.tv.at J La. in. and 7 p.m.. Bible  (Jhisu   iind   Hundiiy     school   at    2 .-SO. j  Strangers cordially invit-'d. >]  The Victoria c;������floni>tsiiys.ofilu'.Mi*=s ]  Kdith    Milh'f     t'o.,     Concert.    "'M'^ <  Miller was uppl.uul.'fl and tvcalled with  spontaneous enthnsiat-m.'  Mr'.   Ah'X   McH.ic   -ccivtary  of  tin*  ' t'entral Fiilioral  Campai-n  1'nmmilU'i-  has secured rooms in the Ci.wiiii  Block  for otlice pui'iioses.  J. (J. Kei nnhan, who is inteivsted on  Smith Creek, went cast to Pittsburg  Tuesday. K. A- Bnidlcy who isop-i-  atint,' there with him came in from the  Jiend yesterday.  Misses Shepherd and Biill two yotin*.'  ladies from Toronto an* expected to  ;n live here in a few days for the purpose of starting a millinery iind fancy  poods sWre.   :.'.-..  ' ''The Fifth Regiment hand, of Victoria will he leaving shortly on a lour  throu.'h Canada iind Great Britain.  Bundtnaster Finn is gelling together a  -very strong aggregation of musicians,  audit is quite likely that Kamloops  twoeornctists/W. A. Ho.u aim Harry  r    '       Win Mnke Von Steepy.  '"v novrl romodv for, insomnia," says a  Hiilad'-lphia ilocior. "is to try to picture  to Vmirsolf nnotlior person asleep. .Ihe  nni-o dearly a sloeploss sufferer can t.o  tlii������ the stroiir-'-r becomes the subjective  feeling of drowsiness." c  <Je'eUl>������pr InfoptMnlion.  Applicant For Situation as Parlor MnM  -Should   I   he  expected   to hand  thiiii-?  nt'lnncb. madam, or do you  stretch .-  ; Punch. .  s ,..'  I     In Ic^nnd the native's dinner usually  j consists of dried fish and butter.  j The Kffect Wn������ <l>c Sn ���������*���������*<-.  !     John lluskin .was a fftirlfs^ crh> and  !   made    mniiv     cncmii-s . I������y    his    nnlical  '  vii'WS.    IPr; never considered tlie man or  !  tlie friend  in his criticisms.    It was  the  i  vork '.l������Hf thai conccnied .him.    lie -we  !  c*rili'*i--f"l.  '������ I'ii r������-ni-Ic.*-s  wny.  tlio \vor.������  '  nf ���������!  u"II knro.vn  painter, who was much  "������������������icved .-it  lhe effert.    On licaring of tin*  pnrrow   he   h:i������l  c.*i<i������?e<l   he  wrote  to   the  that   ho   re-retted   ho   could    not  more favorably of the picture, hut-  it   would   make   no  difference   in  rricml-hi'p.     It   is   said   the   art^t  in reply:  Ru���������-!������:������������������-"���������->������������������."'.   '-iiie   I   n.tct  mi tj'.wn, l.r.t  ! hope i- W1,l  A,  II. IIOLDICH  ijtuolxAUo.  In White,Blue, Pink & Green Tint  ^mc^ MsheB Brass Bedstes  Hff^ I    ^^^8       ���������   P^UT.:������ .-.-.������������,..������ ui puce froy  ^%  .di/'  i  ANALYTICAL  CllliMIST AND  ASSAY1!!!.  Roval School of Jlincs, Lou-Ion.  Sovi'ii years at Moi;f:i W.orhs, hwnnsoa  Se'-cn^n years Clucf Chemist, to \\ igan  Coal and Iron Co.', Kng. '    ,,.        , , ���������  bate Chemist aiul As-jaycr. TDi 1.^ ��������� s  - ';  ���������Kvery description ol iis-.O and .in.uj uun  work undertaken. .���������,,������������������  Cliiiirts examined and'roportcd upon.  KKVKLSTOKK, Ik C.  J.  \V. CJKOSS..JI. D.  SUROrCON TO TUK'C. P. H., CITY Ilii.VLTH  OfHcc: Taylor Block, Jlackcnzie Avc'iic  K  AIIVMY ic iMcCAKTEIi  llAI.'IMS'l'KItf*. SOI.iCtTOIiS, V?\C.  Oi'-Klcio-f :  'Molsont.   JtA.vi-r   P.i.ock.   IJuvni.-  STOivK,  U. C.  .Mmicv i'i lo,i:i. ....  Olll....'-: I!c\i:l-t'>kc, H. ''.; I'oil i-lcclc, 1>. C.  Oi:o. s. Mrf'.MiTi.u, '.l. -\. II \avi:v,    c  JluviiMuk.*, U.''. ���������-������!������������������ rfui-lcH. C  eller, BfOSo9    Coffip!cl������  Furnishers,   Victoria/i. ��������� |j  __~jzl^_ i |  Your Pocke.t-book ' } /  may''bo low but nobody scat y  il" your  clothes .iire    shutft i  .sotilesit,,nobo(ly wants tokh, if  Liulios or Ucnts Tailor Alnden it  l'cpiiired and cleaned in gcj, J  Call or send post card.'       , i  Samuel   Needham, Dougjt. j."  Kstablishcd 13 years.   / j  ! I 'icily Union Labor Shoj/ (  nintoh Hotel  VANCOUVER.  RATES' 52.50    PER    DAY.  nrli������t  Fpcak  hopcil  their  wrote  krftck  you   I   fl,?ll  make no dif  ference in our friendship.  JTnke thc KfTort.  1'V.v fhinu'H worth bavin*,' come without trouble, strife or effoi r. The be-*t  UMisit be bfittleil for. Neither frmt n*.r  [l.nv.'i*-' enn be j,'Allifi*f"l unb'.ss the tiand  l,o mi-iclu'd out to pluck lliein. S������. with  K-nowici!*.'.* and culture; thciv ,,.u-t be  tne effort. Hie rcaehinj; out of the tnintl  to "rasp the truth and the unknown.  REVELSTOKE  P 'fi il 8-nil  u  a i a a ii ? li ������1  lAUrJ^  fs\V ,  l'.)H  A  nil? Drop.  TToh=on~rvc seen a drop of wafer run  aTi.clecliic* liirht plant, niill. nn<l-  '' -.Dobsoii-Where did you ������ee a, drop of  water do that?,  ���������    Hobson-   ,' "d ''"���������''.  I  :)R1 VAT 1*1   NURSING  A 1ml v with experience is open to rccciiocn*  xai'cniCtits as ii. ���������privii.to nurse.  AUtfrwt-i-A, 13. wrci.-yf the JSLnumw,-. v .  MM First  Gla  WAH   CHANG,  ni'ALKi: ):���������:'  I;-r.icy Goods, J;.p;iiu:s<: and  Chinese   Novelties   ;uid   Silk  Goods, n.'imboo Work, RuiUiiT  Chairs, and Crockery V. are,  ALi'O  Fruits and Confectionery.  66  yi  d  !  is next to GrC^ss." \  /  If  you   want  yoi/vengcr ("  v^ork done  ipan and ;  economical /send   a \  card to ���������     V  \  Opposite the Poet Office,  Front Si! Reveistoko, B.(  00  F.  ; Af- GIVE US ATRIAL  .���������$&***.>       ;-;.- 7      '    :.d  BUKBR, ' Proprietor.  .'��������� PHohe i43. ' ��������� ���������  r .m y; *n  Bl 71 ���������pn      n        '.  f"' T;"^'l' .'1 I.'TI  OITliliiuil cild isoYiiwla!  S���������rvcvWofiHn^,'MinV*������l''1',|-,"'U   ������'U1  '   J vM lid r-*.  VANCOUVER,   If. I'.  FRANK SAUNDE/ ;'  Revf Station.')  i>  CKu'r]l*'JCATK.O^E5IKAVTS.fj]  f  Alice, Alice  !��������� Y.iclit] n/,VJ'������������������������ f, ������^������ '  I'c.int,   ai(nici'MQ",cii.nnVPqwl '.  Dh-i.sionof AW^in   cU Whcro f  located : On Oi;  T..kenoticolhpA.tf������Wci,l{  for 1). 11. WiNon;,ei.'s C01.,7Vm H-JJ "  I H?X Ki -ml- Yonci-'s cnVtific" ;; v������' ''  \\ I }7M. J- TI. I?roni Jliod 'cti r^.?- '  ll-iaJJlB. intend'corrJer (ot* a c-1?,0/- ,-*,  to apply }o% thf'Piirpo^eoffib ?''  ciU' of  t:npr<he above cMh,^   0b"   ,  l.Ull*HK.l< 10\! t'.fll   .ichoi,   m���������l  AnrtfiiithMoriced   befo,     nU''  i-.Mi.inco of =ninc, 1000.      ,-"'en".  Dated tin? 1


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