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Array yj  y        4/'   <6tt  <r  PUBLISHED  TTJESX)-A."3T J^JSTT)  FEID- & . "-  Vol. 7.-No. 35  REVELSTOKE. B, C, SEPTEMBER 18, 1900.  $2.00 Per Year.  "THE   LEASING' STORE,"  Regular Price $1.35, 1.25, and 90c.  gal������ "      1.00, 80o. and 60c,  Biigttiai* ^56, 1,00, L50, 2,00, & 2.50  Sale    .������������������ 50c,   60c, 90c,   1.25, & 1.85  Regular $1.00, L50,-2.00.  Sale Price ,50c, 90c 1.50:  Don't foFget that we keep Butteriek Patterns,  Late Jamesi-GilM-S-aGo.  Trasissssss  zz-r.  Belts! Bi! Belts  Ladies' 'Baits  -AT���������  Guy Barb������rs  H^ttiMRaMW  .'f HE JEWELLRir������  g.P.R. Wqtch Inspector*.  Tha' -Fred BoMnson  ���������  Limber Co. Limited.  bsbssbbebb  'On and si ft or this ditto our prices for  cut firewood will he. is j?pHo\ys * . ,*  ������1 per GQrd a^ M^l  Pr|eg������ eyt for Cash.  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  Drliying   aud  delivering  a  specialty.  ;'l   Teams always  re;ujy   at  ab^rt*5^  ':/' notice.    ' lion tracts   for jobbing  taken.    Agent, for  D. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  fie'll do it for you.  ��������� For sewing machine supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J, W. BSNNETT,  representing The Singer Mftgv  Co,, MacKcnzie Ave,  Wagons,. Delivery .Rigs,  Buggies, Etc.,  ���������:AT:���������  JAS. MOMAHON'S  ���������:0.:���������  Blacksmithing and Woodwork  done on short notice. .  Carriages, Built,  to   Order.  REVELSTOKE  T.  First street near Molsons Drink.  Board by the week $4.50  Meals     - - 25c  Home made Bread, Cakes anil Pics  f"i-_sale. Open (lay anil night. No  Chinese employed.  A. COWEY. Proprietor.  E .ison Standard  Dl  e        ���������        ���������        JL  honograph  with nil thc latest improvement-- will  take nnd r produce rwords complete i,  incltidiiiK'. Sli-uottlcr. Kc'inxliieei-, J'imsk ;  Hnrii. Supjiiiinj Shaving Knife. Knr  Titbc.ii Can-uln Hair Urtmn. Oil C*n, (duo  Ohe-lnilf dozen ttceordr! and 1'ookn of  iiiHti-uetlou.       ' ,  ' ;   ���������'������������������  PRICE   $25.00  ...CHAS J, AMAN,,,  "vintiy :>hall  Consepvative Convention  The   Liberal-Conservative!*" of   Yale-  Carihoo   met  in convention in Revel-  stokeon Saturday for the purpose nt  select inj? a candidate to oppose Mr. W.  A. Oalliher the Liberal nominee.   The'  convention   was   well   attended there  being  54   delegates    present,   among  whom  were Price Ellison, M.L.A., It.  F. Green.'M.L.A.. John Houston, M.L.  A., P.. J. Fulton, M.L.A., J. A. Mara,  ���������������������������x-M.P!, C. A. Semlin,. ex-premier of  Britishigcjihimbia..   F. Carter-Cotton,  finance  minister of  the  late Semlin  -government.and Alex Lucas Conservative   organizer   for   British Columbia.  C. A'. Seinlln was elected chairman and  C.   Morrison, secretary of the convention. <"',''  Tho   following   is a list of the delegates present t ���������  . Ilos>land���������A.  H. McNeill, Jol n Mc-  Kane, J.. G. Campbell,  Robt. Perdue,  Jas. Kerr, A. W. Ross.  Revelstoke���������J. M. Sfott,-0\V. Cowan,  I. T. Brewster, T. Kilpatrick. C. F.  Lindmark, GiE.(Jrngan,,W. M.Biown,  J.ihn : Mt-Leod, F. C. Elliott, T. W.  Grahame. J. A. Walker, L.'.J; Edwards.  North East.Kootenay���������W: W. Rog-  ers.'John Pratt, W. McNvish.  South .East, Kootenay���������II. Bentley.  ���������.Slocan-F. K. Archer, C.F. Ketteyle,  N.'F^ McKay,  Robt. Green, A. Johnson,' W. E.. McLaughlin, ��������� ������han������un,  ��������� Hobson;   .  Kelson���������Fred Starkey, John Houston, J. E: A una hie, W. E. McCandlish,  Jaeoh.D.iryer, C. Morrison. *  .- East Yale-DvO.,Morri-, W. T. Shat-  fotd, J a**.! Stodiiers. G. II,. (Tillpapi***, Jf.  "O.-enrwie, J; "Ariicnelvir ^Pnci'"EIH-  ���������on; ���������&. Mr.'Robeitson, L. Jones, John  Di I worth; ,   ��������� .  - North Yale���������J. A. Mnr.-i, J. F, Smith,  F., J. Fulton; John Richmond, W. H.  Evans, 0. E. SarH, A. J. Cmnmitigs.  West Yale-C. A. Sen-lin.  The commit lee on resolution?! reported' the following, which were,  unanimously adopted : -.  Wi' !lu,.{1^-"*e1|������Hies* of the Liberal-Conservative patty of Yale-Cai-i boo'constituency in. convention as-embb d, reaffirm the ���������pru-y.jn.lei-* of \\\* party and  ���������floie pintiimlaiily thai cardinal pi ind*  ple protection - to home industrir-s and  that that principle 1)M carried out so  that all, s-H'Llon������ of the_.e^  equally'share-t:j'its',;tM,efi|.s;  >'-Tnat tin* one industry in which the  prosjtetity .of* this constituency is al-  'iiicwt wholly de'pHiident is mining and  we. bi-liuve that our mining interests  are as .fairly entitled to protection as  the manufacturing, interests of ea?tern  Canada, t hei ������������������fore we advocate that  the duties on lead and lead products b������  increased so that they shall be as high  as those imposed by the United Slates  on the same article.  That the output of the precious metal  mines of Canada is largely increasing,  therefore we. favor t! e establishment  of a mint so lhat the specie in circulation shall be that, of,our own instead of  lhat of a foreign country.  That we advocate the restriction of  the iminigratinn of Chinese and Japanese and all classes of people who  cannot become good citizens of the Dominion of Canada and suggest the  adoption of tlie principle of the Natal  Act.  That British Columbia has not now  the representation in the federal pat-  Hament that she is entitled to thete-  fore we. advocate, that when the redistribution of seats, is made that this  constituency shall be given representation according to its population.  That it augers well for the success of  the party that Hugh John Macdonald  has decided to leave the field ot provincial politics to take part in the  larger one that affects the people of  the whole of Canada.  The next order of business was the  nomination of a candidate, when the  following gentlemen were nominated :  R. F. Green, J. A. Mam, Price Ellison,  and A. H. McNeill.. The first three  declined the nomination and Mr. McNeill requested two houri- to consider-  the iiiHtter and tlVe ���������������������������invention adjourn--  MllillSiMovk,  On re-assembling'in the evening Mv.  McNeill signified, his wilMngnes-- to  accept the noniinajnn which had been  made unanimous. A campaign committee was then selected with the  following officers: A. W.'Ros***, hon.-  president; R. F. Green, president; J.  F. McKane, secretary, and C. Morrison',  treasurer.  The business nf the convention being  concluded , addresses were made, by  Messrs. Carter-Col ton, Ross, McKelvie,  Robinson, Bentley, Houston and  others. The. assembly broke up ly  singing the National Anthem.   t  The Municipal Council.  At the city council meeting on Friday night communications  were read  from   Government    Agent ' Coursier  asking  the city to forward check in  payment of, arrears for keep of "city  prisoners'in   the government lock-up,  and also asking the city to refund to  the government all fines and forfeitures  for infraction  of laws of the Province  which   were not a breach of  city bylaws. '    ' . '      .  ���������  ,Th'e city clerk was instructed to send  a copy  of   the,; communication of the  Government   Agent   together   with,a  full,explanation of the city's expenses  in connection with the'jail, etc., and to  j!,Hk for a rebate of a,proportional part  of the regular charge of 50 cents per  day., o  Tne communication of the Government Agent, with  vcjfU'd to the rebate  'of fluent ete'd, was, referred to the city  ���������ollcitor for reply.   f  ..Chief,. Bain   reported   a  fire having  occurred at the residenee'of Mrs. Dent,  originating in  the chimney.supposed  to be eftusedby setting fire to paper for  the purpose of burning out   the chint-  -ney. Referred to Fire, Water and Light  committee.'  Ch--*{ Bain a'po reported that in his  insj>tipti6n of the, lire alarm system he  round the ground wire at Box No. 5  broken In two places, supposed to" have  been caused hy'H'-pgood's gang while  grading the street. Referred to the  Public Works committee.  "Moved by Aid. Gordon, seconded by  Aid. Newumu iX%ft the Public Works  k1o,Tiniittee be instructed to make the  change in the sidewalk on Douglas St.  as per motion passed last week and  that the money lequiied be deducted  from such othet works as shall in their  -judgment be deemed'advisable. Carried.  Moved by Aid. Patrick seconded by  Aid. Newman that Aid. Patrick do  now have leave to introduce a by-law  to regulate ,and enforce the cutting  down of trees, clearing and burning  and removing timber logs and brush'  within the city limits.   Can ied.  ,The by-law was then introduced and  passed its lir*-*t! second and third reading-   ' '.,  .    . ��������� Ml > '     .  Wedding Bella.  c St. Andrew's Episcopal church was  the. scene "of a brilliant wedding Wednesday morning at G:30 o'clock. There  was a large attendance, ,The high contracting parties were Edward' Trimble  of Revelstoke and Miss Caroline 11.  Clarey. The interesting ceremony was  performed by Kev. William Olnrke,  assisted by Rev. Charles H. Medley of  Rossland." Miss Addie' Clarey, sister  of the bride, and Miss Mablo Coleman  made two charming bridesmaids. \\.  Kiddle was groomsman. The bride  was attired in a fawn Henrietta, blue  silk trimming, the. accustomed bridal  veil, with orange blossoms, in which  she looked appropriate and sweet.  Many beautiful and costly presents  were given the happy couple. After  the ceremony a wedding breakfast was  served nt the home of Mrs. Needhnin,  another sister of the bride. Miss  Mabel Coleman prese-ited the biide  with a large and beautiful boquet,  which was unfortunately left behind hi  tire hurry of the departure to catch the  morning train., on whish the bridal  party-, left for Victoria; to;, spend iheir  hoBoyiMoWi^Traii'Qre'vlr^s.w-gi  k Triple Alliance.  .  Lo.s'J'o:**, iSupk IS.���������Dr. Morrison,  the Tekin correspondent of the Times  in lliceour.se of' a long desp-itch dated  Sept. jtlr continues to protest against  the evacuation of the capital but  agrees   with    the Pekin correspondent  i '  of the'Morning Post that the with-,  dr'awal of^ the Russian troops owinjj to  their barburious habits *.voi*ltl be unmixed benefit. He asserts that-further convincing evidence ��������� obtained  proves, thc intention of the Empress  Dowager to' massacre all foreigners.  Prince Chings he say's fails to realize  tne real intention evidently'being cbri-  vinccd ' that all the, powers will be  squared by'thc payment of a money  indemnity.  Thirty seven British soldiers 'were  killed in the blowing up of Chinese  powder,  The Russians third attack on the  forts north of Taku was repulsed by  the Chinese.  An important  functionary   of   the  German .foreign ollice,   now  in Paris,  says that   it   .will   soon   be   generally  recognized   that   Germany, Great Jjri-   ,  tain and   Japan   are   in    accord  as to'  the policy to be followed in China and'  th.it  opposition to   their   plans comes  'principally from(Russia with whom of  ourse ids France. <  " Lf Hiing Chang has arrived at Tien  Tsin.  London,.Sept. lS.-~At a-meeting of  the, Priw Council   at Balm'oral yester- l  day it was decided that the.dissolution  of  parliament  should   take   place   on  September 25th.'' ��������� * '  Dewet Reported;. Killed.  Tokonto, Sept. 17.���������The Mail and  Empire publishes a Pretoria despatch  dated Sunday stating that it is believed  there that General Dewet, the Orange  Free State commander who caused the '  British so much trouble is dead, being  killed on Sept. 7th near Patchefstroom  by being shot through the lungs. The  storv of his death comes from his  kalh'r servant.  A nutnder of troopers of Strath-,-  coua's Horse who were, takan prisoners'  by the Boers have been released.  .������������������.        -    ��������� i���������   mrnma, ������������������ ���������  Coal Miners Strike.  Scran-ton*, Sept*1 IS���������Pennsylvania's  great blrike of anthracite niiners is  now ollicially under way. Yesterday  morning found many thousand mine  workers in Lackawana and Wyoming  Valleys ready tor a struggle with the  operators and when the scores of  whistles sounded for the day not  enough men and boys rallied at any  one place, to warrant  the beginning of  woric.  8000 People Perished  Galvi'ston, Sept. IS.���������It is now  olliciallv estimated that S0O0 persons  lost their li\es at Galveston in the'  recent tornado. Thousands are leaving the city.  Twelve Children Burned  u  Cincinnati, Sept, 18,���������Twelve chil  dren were burned to, deuth iii   the.Sal-  vatioh Army iuireery.in: this.pity last  ilij-jht-t  ������^<ai������������������ijwaw.'iwnim'!Ww THE KOOTENAY MAIL  Sbelfcootenaie flpail  rUBUSIIBD SEMI-WEKKLY.  ���������AT���������  REVELSTOKE, B.C.,  '      13. It. O.OU'BF.LL.  PunUPHKJl AND PKOl'IUKTOIJ.      ���������  Subscription   Price,   $3.00   Per   Annum  AUVKUTISIN-G   KATES   quot      on   ai.pll-  cation.  JOB J>Ji LN'TINO of every kind at most rcasor*  ' able rates and snortunt notice.  ��������� ACCOUNTS for job printing  W ������K};*evtising  payable on the flriL oi every inoiill*.  rORUESPONDENTE mi all matters of local  'ol public interest invited and carefully con-  "idei-Bd.   Alleoiniminicationstotlic EdiLoi  morttiMConiiMnietl by the name of the  ,   write". iiotOMfl*iirily tor publication, but  as an evidence of guQil jaitli.  o  Address  -       'XllK KOOTEXAV M.Uld,'  ' Kevelstoke, B.C.'  TUESDAY, SEPT. 18,' 1000.  in building np and advancing those interests -which deal with thenr in the  manner they consider just and fair and  equitable.  Tlie union label is a recognition and  badfle of justice; tho boycott a condemnation of wrong.  JJufc the dreary and disconsolate senators did not fi^e it iu this light and  although the bill has been brought .before lliein many times, just so often has  lhat ConsciT'^e body (literally and  applied) thrG^vn it out.  Vet a i<!ijd prpv\dpnep iind a democratic, wideawake people are gradually  but surely paving the way by which  the woikingnien of Cat* ad a may yet be  able to utilize, free from the fear of  abus*-, *hw tfltik*.Jijode of recognizing  fair conditions (owards tlieiri^eh'es vtfd  their fellow workingmor..���������Province.  Tin* Conscrvati'w:s of Yale Cariboo  in convention on Satin day numinaled  A. H. McNeill, of Rossland, as their  candidate in the approaching elections.  To say that the nomination was a  surprise to all is to express it mildly.  Mr McNeill's name had not previously  been nientioued in connection with I he  nomination. C. II.. .Macintosh was  generally looked upon asn the convention's   nominee, but  so   much opposi-  ��������� was shown   by  some of   the dciegalea  ��������� to  his   candidature   that another man  ��������� had to be found.    Three other nomina  tions were made, namely, Price Ellison, JR. F. Green and J. A. Mara, bat  none'of these gentlemen 'felt disposed  to run in a hopeless, cause nnd therefore declined the nomination* and it  whs only after much persuasion tint  Mr. McNeill was induced to oiler him  self as a aacrifice for his -parly  The   nominee   is  a  young  man,   a  native of Prince   Kdward Island.    He  ''has'Yeside'1 in the.province since 1890,  and for the last four years in the cily  of Itossland. ' 8u f.ir as we can learn  Mr. McNeill is a man oi: ability, and  ininieiiselv popular in   his   own   iiiitne-  ���������diate vicinity, outside of which, however, he i** practically unknown. Like  his opponent Mr. McNeill is a member  of the legal profession and cor-ipaiv,--  tively speaking, a pi or man, whiih  places the two candidates, so far as  personality goes, on  an  equal   footing.  Polities ijl B. C-1  Senator Templeman, of Victoria," 15.  C, is in the city cn" business a,id is  staying ^t the Clarendon.. ' He may  leave for Montreal today, Interviewed by a Fi ee Press reporter So'Vi-  *tiir Templeman said the,political situation in UritMi Cuhimbia is very encouraging and ihe'pi'tiBpects ���������trp very bright  fur the Liberal party. After the eleo-  liujj we will, he said/probably be better  than we at* ���������}������������', with four' Liberals  and two Conservrtive seri^. J he friction wealed during tlie late jjijpleas-  antness tn the provincial contest has  practically dls������appr������aret|,-' ttnd the  party is united to a man in support  ,,f the Ottawa govemmeiit _ Mr.  Joseph Martin is as^good a Ltoeral  as ever he was and, will support tlie  Liberal party. There is no possibility  of J.,c Mai tin ever doing anything to  split tlie p-M-?y,���������Free Press;  ' Kruger a Prisoner  London', Sept. ID.���������According to tjie  Loiireiizo-Murques oorrespimdeiit of tl.e  Paily Telegraph, Mr. Kruger is ' wrtu-  ailv a pa;i*(!!)er iii the lesiclence of the  district governor. '������}���������;���������? is at' the instance ut" the British consul whr- protested aga-j;?sL Mr. .Kruger using Burtu  oese tenilorv a* a h;\W oi directing his  o >*  c -.i'cuti\e. ,  The French consul has been forbid;  den access to Mr,' Kruger, its have also  the lattei'sown ollicials. The district,  .roiernor ha.s notinod Heir Pott, the  Net heria.id's eon-id, that he (Pott,), who  had acted as the lto*r consular agent  at. Loureiiz'i Marques, can i,'* !uni*'*r  be recogni//������l ������s ������ repn sentalive of the  Trinsvaal, which i,' now   Briti-h   terri-  ������"'*Th,u-8 bad an ii.toniew will* tho  Vmeiican  alt.-.uL'-?,   w1"'  '������   lioin������Wfii-cl  AN ANALYSIS OP WOMAN.  A.  Complicated   Subject  Successfully  iirul FjTicticnlly I>iscn������aeil.  ''Woman,'' said the old coiljrcr during  one ol' his meditative s'lell,**, "is a per-  l!Cln:il paradox, a chronic eonundnna  ���������without an answer, tv, unknown quantity possessed ui uiicxpected possibilities,  a pereunial prize package ol' peculiar potentialities, a eoiivciiticio ;ol" characteris-  tic contradictions and an amai-authiuo  aggregation oi' other attributes which are  not alliterative.  -'She is man's greatest earthly blessing  and ihe cause of most of his misery.  ���������She is his chief inspiration to the  achievement of all that is good, grand  auu ������wfiC"o i" this "wo'ikl arid 'at the*  ������*amc������time a labor saving device .to lieh]  him make a fool ot ijimsplf. .f������l������p soothes  jiis tired pervps wiU> ^e poo of her goalie voice,' but she always has tho last  word i������ every conlrover������*y with him ana,  incideifliilly, about 1)7 per cent of the preceding conversation. She brings him  into the world, and in,a few years later  talks him to death.  "Most'oC man's trouble is caused ly  woman, jjuj: so'cjei'tly doe-* alia pilq'thi;  load pn him that whenever his burden of  trouble is , lifted he wanders uneasily  a Wit hunting for more; otherwise'there  would be very few second wives.. She  will ciieerrujV tsq fQ fjift 5}?,^ ^ ^  tiiith's 'sake hucTlie about her agq-iVitU-  out even being asked. 'She' will grow  ���������.vparyPf !U1 Juc!l-'-i'=r'-,ut husband, but will  cleave unto death to thp man' who [ictUf?  Up*!* regularly.'"She will break her heart  because a man does what shcdo'u't waiit  hjm-fo ������!)() |oyp him all the better for so  doiug.'  "She scorns all advice in. the selection  of a husband, but takes two other women  along to help her pick out a hat. The  iess'actual'coiiifprf to hp. .obtained from a  thing the more enjoyment a woman gets  out of its possession. At IU she is a  'voting woman; at 23, if still unmarried,*  slip is' a giil. , She will, face thegriiu  specter'of uefn-ii pthout a tremor and  swoon'at "the sight of a iii'ou������,o. The only  timpdshe ever does' what yoii expect Jic-'i'  tg'flo i's wheij Vou P-\ljPf't !)cf 'i0' 4������'fusf  'wlifi't yoii do'ii:'L pxppct hpr to *'dq. U'hp  sol,:. I'Piison why she [loeg, anything, is  simply beciiiifcu b\W don't know why she  does it. She jumps at conclusions ami  always lands on them squarely, for the  simple reason that when the conclusion  skips to one side, thinking lo avoid her,  it gets exactly in her way. She is the  dearest thing in all the world and the  most aggiiiis-afi*}.'-:- She is as she is, and  that's' all"there is to do about It. Thp  only ''mini >vho over1 fully "understands a  womn;)'js (.he man 'who' understands' Iha't  ho'don't UMiU'i'sihitfl' I'P}' fill*-) *^!s %������t  seiis.0 cnoiigli to le! it go at Hull."   ' ,  r ._:  (     ,   ,  "    CEREMONIOUS OLD  PEOPLE.  r\.RGE    AXD   WELL- LIGHTED  SAMPLE ItOOaiS.   fleated by  1= I ���������-'   ^.  li^_    fi ,������-v^3S& ^^hot air and electric bells  an     JiK'it in every i-OLia.   J*rce bus meets al  trains.  UUlltj     B������     t   S-aiilio-     t   !i.v! j,������!!i.t^.  ciii; between hotel .ind htaliuu.   revelstoke; b. c  nt~   ,fl^ |V|     DA.  r.l-l.-*;',- . -  btrxa  *-i*rt  ABRAHAKSOH' BROS.  ^^-^^fei?'-- ;*-^i'd-" is' ���������'.'"��������� \.M\-j������  /.f:rf!f~*-~-^^'>^f:^^i&&;' - V r ..���������..;���������'  v-i'-fr'-J",  "     ..���������.    "���������"-*,'r ,-ff >-=���������-  .j- V������'Xi-.i,.,   I,-',, i    ; -*-  ,'n  0.  Newly built. ' Fii'st-chiss,  in every' respect; ' All  ni-alei'ii comeniencos.  Lai^e. sanijile rooms.    Fire  .    proof   safe.    - Free 'bus  nicetfi all trains.    ���������>  Uniler same m.-inafrcmfuf:  ���������QUEEN'S HOTEL,  TROUT LAKE CITY  Q- CKH> OOO OOO- ->0-a<H><KKK>*0 OOO OOO-Q  A. t ^^  Nev/ly Built.  SI   PER D^Y.^������^Ea. Lighted by Electricity  _���������^f^-^^^���������������������������^-���������^��������� Throughout.  f  Ay lfi, lil  m--> --r-  f-Vna  ' L  taini  r?.-?1"  es t E? cards of  Wines, Liquors and  Cigacs.  R. ��������� OALBY, PEOP'R.,  ,/       i   ������������������   ��������� ( (  6o0*0-CXH:;-CO<)'���������O0'O0O0OO0'00*C OOO  1 j)  Tiir,' Liberals   of Yale Cu ijmo   Ii.iv e  '.started    the,   political   lull   rolling   by  nominating tlio-ir c.indid-ite.    Thc ^eu-    .Vll)l. IV.,.,. ,. , (.  tlcnian chosen is Mr. W.   A.   C-alhl.-?:*, | hou.uld' mivs the   corro-po.;^'",   "'ll|f|  , ,, , ^ , ,       ��������� ,       ��������� r . i lie i.i of the opinion that hostilities ni-'.  the. we   -known   NeKon, barru-Ler     J n    '��������� -.nr:    j .  .  ,,.,       .      ....      , I rlrai: on tnr acoii--ideraole time, as  llie  .se.lectin- Mr. Oailtlrer, in all lMHKrio-*s , {,^: .^ their .j^^j,. LJir������aten to li-ht  it must be confessed, the Libeials ha'." ; .() , |)P ,f..at],.     Acting Pr csidenL yohalU  chosen a man   who   will   p*>'i   tii^   full    |3ui -^ei an ivprl hei-Mo day (Friday)   lo  strength of lhe partv sole.     Mr. U illi- ' c..n:Vr ������ilh Mr. Krup-r.   but   he   ������as  , . ',    " i ,. .,,,0 noriiiir.t--d to  ������i!(!   linn   ami   lie  iy-  her combine-* with more than  ordinal v * '      ��������� * .,     Ti-in^v-i-il "  ��������� . , tin i:t-d'.mined!.itelv tu tlie   J ians\.i.ii.  talents the happy  faculty ot   ���������.vmuincr | 2^,   friends ������ he, ever his l���������t may .}.������   w,*. ��������� ^ ^ provincial Exhibition.     ,   '"  <-.|-   will  In-  toM  iit Revelr-toke,  anddso far as The Econonii-ti   is  awne  he id  without  one sini.de ��������� enemy,     lo  addition to thi.s Mr. (J,il!ilu*r is an .excellent   platform  speaker,   am  Ti  i fiom O'J. ]-t rn H.i], good to return up  u'*ur '��������� to and inciudiny Oct. 8th, at r$13.55 for'  ������������������ciir'j    a  resorts to personal aUu-i: to  point over an   opponent,     /hi-    i-s   a  guarantee that in -"0 far  i*-   Uc   i-   ''mi   ���������  err ned tho caiupai*.'!! wiii-be crii'-l ��������� n  in a qentleinaniy way,     NeUmi ]]���������<.>]',<���������  ini'-t. '    j  the i mind !>ip to X������J\v Wc.itminslcr,  | )i{i\'.\T!*;   XUK8IN'";  I  \   |;il|v   ui-.;,  ( M.i-ii-sn c  i- niH'ii i-r n'ci*'!' < a  y,i'_'.'lil'-n! - ,i- ���������! pi'ii -*1" a'" -''���������  A'l'li-( -'-    A- )!��������� cii'"'������f 'li'   M \U-"!!ii*r.  .3r*  '2'J;?v Are ScniJ-l:U.:y,ftl try ilie Lncii of  "'   ilesiici'; Sl.fMV!: Vfuw.-iilrijs.  r"'--J {   t     !'!!.������������������������������������     ��������� .  I*'very now anil llien an e!(ler,ly rnarned  couple will l.-e jiiel who'.-jililress each oth-  ej; j',-it I) |l:p f-tairlines:*' that was'custoiii-  i-r.v'halt' !} century a#o.' ' Tlio jiu^ijajKl i;'  "Mr. Siniiji'" 'to. thu^vii'r? ami the wii-Q, i*?  usually "Mother" {.o tjie lun-iciiifl. Npthhig  ���������l.-^s conviuitioiia! \$ ever jieari] from  tben���������indeed, neither nilglil* nave a first  'name for all the use that his hotter half  makes of it.  "I just couldn't call your father  Qharli*'.1' ;i quiet little woman said the  other <!*!,v."ii) answer to hey daughter'.*-"  ���������:'!>'lurs. "Why'; it wtiiil'd'n.'t he respectiiui.  1 m'vor ,did'iid iny life, and I curl'ainJS  w,f: Mn't'ijuw, when you all arc grown.--  "But what did yon pall hini when you  wed' rn-rnsfi-dV" perMslCfd* her inquisitor.  "Von surely didn't gi around then calling  ���������<--~f> n'hiiv .Mr. Smith and Miss Jones." '  ' "\Vc didn't .'dw'iys," replied .tlie. little  v.-.iiniin evasively, "h*u I l?f������ 1������ e"'^1;11:1'  hirj title even then���������it's more l-C2i.CC1'-111'  liriich liiore respectfu}." '   '   .  "I'd rather have more, affection and less  ior.pecl," said the daughter rehelliously.  "It doesn't sound as il' you had anything  hut a bowing aniiiaintanco with him  when you say mister ull-.lho'tinro. I'm  >:-"ihi!i to call my husband Fritz, whether  ids his name or not, it has such a jolly  nir."  And^he average mariied couple of this  d*ty an'd ago, with a fine disregard for  re.-'pect and old fashioned courtesy usual-?  ly call each other by a.nickname of vary- '  Ing degrees of beauty and which has  oftentimes n remote connection with the  one given them in baptism. But, after  iiii. one likf'S this way belter than th*1  .lill c()iiv"ii!ioiia!ily which led a worn an  ail Ihro'igh a- n-airicil l|l'e of .'id or '10  yi'iir.i io ndilreiii; her liege 'lord as Mr,  t-J.nilh or .loins or Brown, jusl as Ihough  he wi'fn verily her muster and she were  I living in inidiii'val times when e.V!igge:a!  Xll  ���������l~--.(    -Ml   "W IT-'^T'SJ A "TJ^*  K N T-A f  Ji  J.-A. Stonk, Proprietor  Rales, $r per day.  Elcoiric'lip'h  ted, furnace heated  Ncwlv  buiit  and (tirnispcfi.  ������   ������   ������  T;inesL  'and  best 'supplied  bitl-  in XlicGii.)-' . . . ,  Cor. Front and Benson Streets, Revelstoke,"B.C>  d*.  JOVS/0-filM    O,  nfl'    Furnilure and Undertaking,  IMVVUUil   M  UU., .Repairing & Upholstering Done  Win i-bonse m eonneeiion tiir storage ol' family ami ol her fnrilil im:,  trunks, i-Le., ,*!l niunllily or other rule.-*. Agents for llayinoni] Se'iV=  inp-^liu hini',     "      ��������� ' , ,  Established ISSO.  i.T . T  McLsnnaa, ��������� JleFoely, & Coinpany, Limited  Incorporated 1895.  )  Dav/son, Y. T.   '   Vancouver, B; 'O,  IMlWl'UliSANl) .10J3HEl{,S OK '    ���������>   '    '  Iron,   Steel,   CMas-<,   Paints,    Oils,    MetaN,   fcitoves,   Tinwari',   C*uns, file, etc  ..WE MA KM A KPWCTA LTY   OF  SUPPLIES for Mines, Mills, Blacksmiths  .llailroan's, Ooul raetoi's, Luuiliennen, ele.    Agents fur ;���������  Giant Powder Cn.      i'diirliaak1* "sealei.      Denurjll/s lCiiKli-h Fn.se.      Majcijlic  Steel Jfan^es.      Canton Alining,HieeJ.      SpoonerV Capiierlno.  Registered Trademark  " Sunset."  *s=>eeD-e=Mni  Tiii:i'i: is* oii'j tiling ilia', the tiadc - ;  unionists ai CatuuLi, LTie.aiy rr-irrcti in i  tho. work of tii-"' l)a*-t- -s^-,i'i!i of tl  Dominion p irlininen'; n-'.v  wil  /��������� i  -">   ' 'iij$&& rfrSf'r-'' **<%>    & ' ('(i P*'^'ll''"'.u's marked lhe lii"*"f''u:i.--e he-  -. r^^'^H-'?:^i^'i"Vi^^���������^'"-���������V-->.,���������^ ������������������- , : twien men and women.  5-j 'f& i ?     ���������<-:- :r'������'" ��������� 'A   M  '-- r " '  ','51 Ci'!-1   "'~:S,JF- t '. '���������   .--���������-*    ' '   .  i'*  uli!'*li   t:icv  . (i;.\I.KI> 'I'l'A'I'KI'^ .i'i'i!..-- il   ''< lhe nn 1  i-  . . , f"l     ,|.'n   ,!    ,|i|(l   Cll'l !!- l!  '���������'i'l'll'l"!-   r-i" l'fl|r|( li  romcinder fl'iiin','the f'h'i i!"n th.i' \i ;ni],dnK.;i. '!*'��������� I" -'<������:���������'���������." v-iil I'���������  ri'i-i-n'���������'! .>'  ,     ,'.        ;, .���������     ;      f   ,|,.  .:'n'-. .iii '��������� 'OH' i';'" 'i',!., tii*1'):'!!! 'iM'i'jii*.,..-.  IS    now    at.   hand     lin'   ������1' ��������� r i ���������: i u   ol    lli' .     ,^��������� .l;.,.,;.   ,:;,���������!';.- ,1,1 i ;inn - mr i in." irmn  ! iiu'.i'l "i. li.C .   .-lour   llic  .-���������i.'?l*.'.'i\   H< y,'i;i l.-i  i ,,,,,.,   ,,' |.,-*i'(!i t.nii*.'  ni   nii!'it.r ii.il*--iri'n-f .ii  ���������roii"li������,   tii.' ! 1.--:"l-"^"'d""-|l'l"'l',";l.t,,:,'i;""!"  "��������� i  union lalicl of the sarioni cra.t'ls   owdov ,  ���������eneral    linadiii''  union label liy th������ senate.  Tlie    Iriii    io   ones! i.*'ii  iV ivi'.'.*-!.!1!.'!   in  ."^'okI.iii":  ".i'!> ' Un ��������� ;"*'*.'li ���������>���������  inn  ,;(���������( l(i   .0 idil-  ii' li" ^c( n an 1 f.n:iH o' t"ii '.< i  the.   .s.uiio  liiark*-*, aiif  r  s,v, full proiedion to    the | V,;^f^^w'^ ^^^^f, '  puplic   from   spuii.ius   imitation   and I on,,, ���������W'-^ij!. ^^'^r^ lU' '  Poirrileifcits !     <'(inlM-':>.,*-.>"'iio::!ii'lll.*i*   t-'ii'l';*- 'mM i.".l  COliinoiii ii*-- , 1|,.1().lk,|f|n.,.f| nn!'*--' ni,ul" on lire iirinlt'd to in |  Jf lliei'f is (ine featiuc  of   the   work | ,,|,,|,!iuil, .nil rv^w\ ������itli tiiuir ii'.tiial-.-,'n i  I m'1' ��������� ,     , i     ,   .   i i      i    '  \n   .i1*: '('*it*"l   rlifciii'J  nn   a   c.i irU-i'i rl Ir nilc, [  ii"\,il)ii''i'i rli" (ii-.lci'fif i'i'1 iron, iii" Mini-"'������������������'it' '  I'u'lj'ic   \\'<ivV . i'i.i.'I I"   t' n   l":i   '' n!  ul  Di" :  i ,,,���������,,im[   ���������|*  th-  leiiciri-. mil*!   ,i("'nii!(i,it,;,  'e.icli ,  tins insi'Tiia.    11- 1-. Infi ant n nesis ot Mie    ;,-.,,,|,.,.    Tin1  liifiinc  ������illi*'  r.-rli-iri d it' in" ;  M..,v d,.,.!*,,"  th" I'liitiMd   "i* I'.iil i" f'Hiijili'r'  ���������  ^ Itei'f! Lhe   oo\i oil. vvas use'! \ ,|H, v\���������.]< conr-Mci-fl fur. <i"'l   will  lur i-i'tnni-il  "\\!i!!('-��������� wni iraineV" ii'ked flic man  \\ id) ti'c hi'j ,i*i',',!i' in the  I'tillin;'.!).  "Il' yni menu m.v pnil'cti.sinii," replied  ihe (.:���������':��������� v. i15j dignity. "I"in a maker of  hill.!.   ."  "A;!'!    I'i.) * j*.   buohuiniior,"'   e/'ied   the  fli'-r   hern-iiiy,  *.t t ,, i , i-,  A"i;oi'li!i:,' It) ' !nu.:ii\,l iinnly i.-s, I i'i  pail* oi' llic !!"-'li ul' fl-h have iihiiiil flic  ���������ni. e li'.ilritive value a ' lli jmrtri of lioiie-  l'1^ Let f.  THE B, C." ASSAY "ANi) ClIfflCAL SUPPLY C07 (LIMITED),  (Fjiili' jjIaeFarhine <fc Co.)  .     VANCO-UVER"   B.'Qt  Wfi are Af.-imrl'-ic-lnrcrw nnd' direel,  1 mporl its, and   farry a larpe slock  of ?  lJalanc(,s1'I,,ui'ii;n,('i*, Fit ������������������ CJlay /.���������roods Meienl ilie and Priicl icni Hooks, Glnssware, ���������  I'la I in u ui u'jio(ls,Ai:id.-.(Jiii,iiiiiialMindall olherAssayer'snnc! iMinerV lociuiri'inonls .5  Sole Ageiils lor Mm ���������ran Crucible Com pan I, DaLLei'sen, liecker Bods' Dal*- j  unci's, pic.                     ���������                                                                       ���������������  ('alnlofriii' and full (���������>:��������� i*t ir-nl.ii-j ^enl cv11 applied ion,  THE  '9  of organi/'id I-iboi'  lliat  is   more   com-  meiidable, than anoth'-'r,   it.  is   per haps  bovcolt  to de-slroy the business f,f llio-f whom  the trades-miioTiists consider as acting  Unfairly towards them, the iiiiioit label  yu.llic utlic.f lia/kl is uinplovcd to iiafjisl  in cm-" ni' noil ,i'.''c|iliinc* of l(-iiil( !*.  by oi'der.  d '���������������������������',  ���������   .ro:s, 1;. '|;oy.  Ar-lii'iK Sr.M:i*c(.ai*y.  |'(!!;iiii*l,iiKiiild(if Pnl.lie ".ynrk-,. ...  OLlawa, SSfptvUtli.'t'JOO..    ;  Wl,f:i fi'-l I.nown to (he Kotiiai!-* -iii;  r... , ,'-'i d",'ir thai it. was suld weight fur  '���������i'i:.'hi  M-irli iroid.  "Trm iriarrifl me for my mrruey!" ^'.ic  e.f*"l.iinii rl angrily.  "Oh, veil," he . n/ili'-il sn rilihi-rly,  "doii't lihiiiic mr*'. I fiiii'l'ln't ui" t( any  o'hi'i" v. ay, yon know."  Tlii-   \Vr������r!(I*H  llli-(l,H. ,  T.lie'y.-or'lil's. h'irl.h.s iuiiouni. lo ?A\^)'>',-  .f If If)".i'very ycnri, H'O.SOf) every thiy. -i ..'JOO.'  every linnr, li) (evcry, ininiite or one ami (  a' fruction every' gec'oud. '   ."''���������'  f r>i* y JJ \) *#������.-J.; $ 0 V] e JU rTSJ fit*   * V   !* U  *  f iicorju.-rj-ili-i! bvaeLot" J'ai liamcnl, ISoo.  MEM) OI;FICK ."- - MONTREAL  (      Wit. Moi.sox *?*.i M'iMii'MJrifis'. Pre;'.       S. II. ISavixo, Yice-Pres.  .Ivmks hJi.M-yr, (General Man/igcr  IVVM) UP CMMTAL ������������������ "r $2,170,000  RESERVE ' -   ' ,1,850,000  tfcner.il hfinKiini; liii-liii'-K iiiiii'.ai to i.   Interest allowed on rte|)0.s.!ls at current rates.  J. D. JI0LS8N, ISsMW.  REVELSTOKE,. B. 0,  Now and Then,  'here r. ouie- a lime on*'. . ;*'! (lien when every  ffi'iil leina 11   feels (hi*- p  <"\r'r'pili,:i,'.!is '.|\1,  !i ,'ind w-ell-pnl-l ntccl Iwr suil of clol hos*. 'Tli'M)(*eaf-lon  may   he  a   '.\ < il'bi *.:. .1   reeopi ion. 'a  journey   ol*  moiih!'Olhei'Impoi lalit  . f.iiui.io*!., ,'.; hd  i-   ilie. liuji'  (oavohl  a  elianee   lit.     .That is trie limt"  'ali.oye it'll rd'hers. In t.;ivi', rho'.oi'ili'c lo'ine.   ', ,      ,���������  i  ii  r  !  6-V  5������^:WlLS0N,'The Tailor,  ���������  .     ' ��������� ���������'  '   .     / '������������������.'.".���������-��������������������������� .7 r,V  p:  f'/j THE KOOTE-lSTAYrMAIL.  yr-.  G  THE COWBOY'S, PROOF.  Vtiti -MnrliRinnnslii]) SLovresl Tnat lie  tlr.rl Kc-t Shot to Kiil.  Jiielt Vroife. a cowboy fro:n the ,ranch  i'f the Unite Creek Cattle com pan;.-, was  ( "i iiial al Alliance, Nob., on a clni'se of  'd.ooiiii:,1" at :i hnikeman oil (he Burling-  1. l r.'iih-nad with intent to kill him. He  h.-iil received his pay a few days before  and was engaged at the time of the  ���������-hooting in tlio��������� picturesque pastime of  painting the county red.  Vance vehemently denied' any intent to"  perforate the brakemnn. Me told thc  court that! while it was true that ho did  take out his revolver and shoot after the  ,l)i*akeman had pushed him off the train,  he was* merely giving a prearranged signal. He and a friend had been down the  road ji few miles and wanted to ride'baek  to the nearest station to the ranch. Realizing that if they were found by any of  the train crew they would be put off, tliey  had arranged that if one was* put off the  ' train he .should notify his partner by fir- '  ing his revolver once.     ������   ,  Thc trainman, with visions of what he  firmly believed was a narrow escape from  death, shook his head; and the judge  looked unbelieving. "Vance's ���������cowboy  friend corroborated the story, but, seeing  that his tale failed to receive credence,  the'defendant asked the court to, please  step outside. The judge asked what for.  "I'll prove my, innocence, your honor,"  Vance said.  The ccmit was curious and went outside. So did the sheriff, lawyers and  spectators. Vance pulled out his revolver  nnd. holding a postage stamp between the  fingers of his left hand, clipped off ea(,h  eornei; in succession. Next he asked a'  - spectator to suspend a hickory nut from  ��������� a thread. Walking off 30 feet he wheeled  And,at the first shot cut the thread. Taking six.tacks lie placed them loosely in a  piece of wood. This he placed against a  post 2t"> yards away. Borrowing a watch  from a bystander, he opened the ease for  a mirror, shot will* h.is. hack to the mark  aud drp.ye.'eni'h tack into the wood with-*  put ti'miss.       '  The hrakemaii'h.ad hern looking on in  open mouthed wonder. 'As Vance concluded the hrakemiln stepped up to the  judge and. tapping him on lhe firm, said:  , "Yes, you honor. I guess I?- was- mistaken.'   That   **.*"������   wasn't   shooting  at  r It ' ,J1,  me. ���������  BUT THE SENATOR WON THOUSANDS  AGAINST HIS WILL  4.,M������^HHH4������*'M^^^^  A.n   Istcrculiinv   Story   of  Enacted In Priiislu's Ifa:  111 in;*;   I^sfahlisTi merit   In  toll In AntelVellirm'?Diij*s,  l Co:::edy  io;:s Can-  Waslii'iy-  -    **��������� ������T*^  ft     1-      %���������     ^.      *     ft     *      * f.      ������������������  ^-L2--fi>5^.-*  *%���������  >K-  I--' *���������''*.   ���������>:   -ft   ���������������?.  A COIN TRICK.  YomifT "trail Astonished t*j)9 C-lpr-Ua ������������������n'  n Rani* l������y u F-pal ft flniqncing*.  a yonng rnnn 'rem a wholesale house  "down on the river; front pri'sented^a  check at one of the hanks (ho other day  nnd while the money was being counted  out amused himself by balancing coins on  tlie narrow edge "of the" paying teller's  window. Finally he porfurm-.y". an. as-  toiiishing for.;. \iv flr'st balanced' n sil-  ���������f.f-r dollar so \\ 'stood, up on edge, then  phiced a hr.If dollar edge to edge on top  Of it and completed iiije ;*yriinvd. wilh a  ji.rijjh'i new {liianer. jfis niiuiipiiiiilion as  iii; deposited lhe1 coins one. on the othei'  was bej'h'ifijUy d.elicale, null ll'.P ?ll;,(ta--  (:le of ajl Uu'IH" staiiding without support  p'.ade the teller's eyes protrude Jrom their  'isoclcets. ' . ,    '  ���������   ''Why,   that's   perfectly  n mazing!"   he-  exclaimed.    "I wouldn't  have believed' it  eniild he done!"   The other attaches looked and marveled:  "It takes a steady nei/VO to do \\" said,  the yoiini- uiiin ctiivi('.,'t-l.v;'am|! sweeping  jli'q coins'yi'iih H tlexieroiis grub. |}-������ dr :p-  pV'tl them into \\'.x pofh.el, piel*eil up Ijls .  money ami sirollt'fl nut. Tt was uot* t>  Im**,*' lif)i!i',' and tU'tCl'. li<? "was gone nii  tifiuUs be-jaii" hnlAm-ing silver, or. rather,  tiying to. Tlie thing was it's fascinating'  r.s the old "pigs in clover" puzzle, hern use  one could come so nenrwilhout lining ltd  Nearly everybody Bucoedi'il in balancing.  \\\c f.rsi dollar, and n few'managed "to  poise the "iO cent piece for nn intinites-  jnial, hl'ealhelss i|ist.;*|*t, but It always fell  ���������flown qunin, and that was as'far. along  hr any one could get. For an hour or'so  there was silver nil over the floor, nnd  the bookkeeper jind to make good a dollar,  llnit rolled inlo ft crack. Next day the  dexterous young man sauntered in with  another check.  ".We were all trying that balancing  trick of yours ycstoiduy." remarked the  toller,ns he handed over the bills, "but  none of us could do it. You're right when  you sny it tnkes steady nerves."  "V-O'S,"- replied the young man. grin-  .'liing, "and it's also racililat-'d by a little  slioeniak������'i''s w-*\ <>������������������ the dge of tlie  coins." '  ���������I'll i-j- Mix imI.  ' When Lord Bennchamp. *he Brit'sh  governor of New South Wales, lirsl o.'-  cupied tlic\ government house at Sydney,  he ordained thai at nlliein! receptions  only gnosis* of n ceitain nink should he  'permitted In 'approach' !iu> presence  through designated doors, To these blue  tiikels were awarded; to otheis of inferior mold..white.  At one function, through ' some mismanagement, an important public man  received a l:h:e card, while ;i  while one  *T came here with the first senator  from Minnesota after the territory was  admitted as a state,"' said Colonel Cole  Martin to a group of listeners one evening.  ' "Henry . X. IUce served one term as  United States" senator, andT, being a resident of St. l'aul when he -was elected by  the legislature and taking part in the  fight, concluded to come on to Washington, as in those days, ISoS, Washington  was a wide open town, and faro was as  free then as a1 beer lunch is now. ,Of  course I had an acquaintance among'the  sports, and shortly after I erected my  tepee in the capital thc senator invited  nie to visit him.  "While making the .rounds ono afternoon wc got hungry, and 1 invited him  into Pringle's. Pi ingle's at this time was  the finost gambling house in Washington.  The proprietor served three elegant meals  a day to,his guests and patrons without  charge. It was(i a rendezvous for- all  manner nnd kinds of inch with money.  Yen could meet there in groups a foreign  embassador, a "United States senator,  judges, generals and, of course, men, like  myself, who followed the green cloth as  n profession. '   . d '  "I was then In or at about my thirtieth  year and thought no more of 'win or lose'  .$5,000 than I would now of a single ?.*>  hill. There were'no 10 or 23 ,centflchips  in those days. The 'whites' cost'91, the  ���������very lowest price for them. Nobody  thought,of buying a stack of chips under  $50, and play was high. I was as high a  vollei'.as the best of them, for just previous to ray arrival in Washington I had  lost- as 'banker' in two nights.- over  $30,000.  "Well, Senator Rice nnd myself enjoyed Pringle's fine spread. I introduced  the senator, and, as he had never played  '<J.'i_,.  &3  t  *  ���������4-*:  .9 9ii  -<" iTC r"  ***?..  \-':'-V-  Was  sent   In  his   wife  W  ich   the  pair  readied the audience chninbcr. the lady  declined to lie separated from her husband or to abandon the nrisloeralic blue  pinks. An a'd ile-c:iinp endeavored to  reason with her ami explain the connuo1  thin tlial would ensue if blue and white  were siil'i'cred to mingle logeilur  [���������ul the fair one wu������ espial In lhe ncca-  fiion. "Ncusi'ii-Jc," said she ns she pressed I'o-wanl "Wleil (!*i you lake us for���������  D. seidlitz powder?"   The aid nilk'fsi-d.  "'1 iiiidi-iM.-ii-d. sir  me as,a dog."  ''Nn, si���������-; yoii aie i::i.-iiifii:r,ii'il.  pider n dog man's t'riieoi im.1 motel friend."  ihal you referred to  I  con-  '���������i.ii li-  Pyrotechnic   I in!:,  are  made  hi   Nasj-  flllki, Japan.    When a lid.I  is iipplied t(  lliein Ihey <ail ihroiieh lhe air. Ilutlerinp  their  wings iind   performing  oilier  bird  {ike amicb.  n card, like old Matt Carpenter,'be'knew  .all<thc 'boys' and was gracious and democratic in his associations with thera.  He felt embarrassed over eating such an  elegant'meal and not having to pay for it.  ' "Passing ,.-1 faro 'layout" in tho next  room/ho throw down a ?5 goldpiece on a'  card expecting to lose It. To his surprise  '���������ind chagrin, however,, ho won. This  .liiado tho niatter worse-than ever, nshe  did not want to win, but to lose the $5 as  nn indirect payment for the meal he liad  eaten. While ho was in a (nicuirtary 1  bought n stack of chips riu) soon became  absorbed iii the. game."  '"���������-Hip, ionatbr's Vets were placed haphazard, he not knowing whether, they  were placed right or not and not caring,  except that he wanted to lose and get out  of th,o place. But lose he'couldn't, nnd I'  soon dropped out, being broke, to watch  his play and marvel at his ever increasing  pile, llosoon had a crowd nrouhd hini,  which added 'to his embarrassment, and  he appealed-to me to help hini get broke,'  ns ho wanted to get out and did-not want  to take any of the bank's money, with  him.  "Well, this was' the funnies': snap I  ever experienced \n , my M'fo ������f 0Vi-'L' TO  years, Thor'1. sat thesenator nnd rays:*1'  playing for ,iM we were worth, to 7educe  his, winnings, and. play , a'*' Way we  chosp, lhe piles of.cl'!*()S increased. >I.  who had been-'sn unlucky, caught the  ft-VCt ������f Viiu senator's luck, and, I won in  a streak.  "The senator's face .'was ns while as  his shirt, and he was ns scared a man as  ever I saw in my life. Rut the play, went  on, nnd owing to the ,fn*ct that nt lhat  time there was'luT'limTt .-at Pringle's tho  bets were so high that the modern 2T������  cent chip player would get the grip if I  should mention the, size of thc bets.  "Finally Mr., Pringle called me to one  ������������������'ide and told me, that his' partners objected'to the game without'a limit, lie  was willing himself to play tho hank  without it, but he was compelled to defer  to the wishes of his partners' nnd would  plncc the limit nt $250 a bet.  "He said it was all right to hnve me  piny on, ns he liked mo and nil that, but  I was tho first man who ever forced h'.m  to put a limit on the gnmc. When I returned to the table, I quietly, informed the  EOiifitpr, nnd he looked distressed, ns he  saw no chance, from his point of view, in  get ting 'lid of his winnings at a $250  limit". *   .  ���������'Wo played- until- midnight, and the  senator at last yielded to fatigue nnd ordered me to cash ia., When he eoi'.nted  tho roll in his room, our joint winnings  were just ?31,000, of which, sum he  staked nie as my share to $10,000. Said  he when ho gave me lhe money:  " 'Martin, I never played n card in my  life before this afternoon, and I will never piny another one as long sis 1 live.  This money I will do something with  which shall not immediately benefit myself or my family.'  "I visited St: Paul 20 years after this  occurrence and met tho senator. True to  his word, he had never, touched a card,  and I learned from others who got wind  of the play in Washington that the senator's winnings were expended in helping struggling young fellows to get a  start in life, accompanied in every case  by the condition that they should never  play in n-gaming bouse.  "I venture to say that this is the moi't  remarkable case on record of a man's  unexpected and undesircd large winnings  furniug him against gambling and card  playing and scaring him' almost to death.  1 was thou so reckless with money that  It made no sort of difference to nie whether I won or lost $20,000. so you can imagine how I regarded the senator's  b(|ue;i.tni.-hness.  "Dut you see he was right after all and  look ihe proper view of the niatter, for  money which conies ca-sj* in a winning at  faro goes easy the s-ame way. In n w.cel*  I had lost the $10,000 and thought no  n'ore of it than I do "now of losing a $10  <?-���������" Ifr- ^  ���������Vv   .'���������  tl"?  ���������1-7-f.*-  ���������"-.i W', v-  -/-'���������< rt"  A**-  %  't, -\   ;i  4s' *���������&  44*#>  ^*������^������  oj U- iJ/  4  A~'-  \H 'H h B h ^  a--  \^  M ���������  ^t.  T  R  ���������v  ���������**      y        *'  Ai  :\Zo'otevay  x\^. ������������������ ���������   ���������:  ^ If ,- -5 H  u  V5*  We h%ve always been, noted for done  1 i ' * '  fine' quality of our' work--that's why we  are/always busy. vCheap, and-inferior  printing costs the same as -good printing,  mm  'i^'*S:'-9'-   ?:=  ���������llS^d  &&<&%  :02^f  wm  rn^miy  :'4***f������&*-':-  L   (*f Wf:  fi--'-},  '#������!  Mm  Mm  :4***j|ai'������:t  f^,.iar*.^.������WI-'.'������������^^  ||||||raC|s?a|iii^  ������������������&f<i&2^  :Ai' * ���������' 4 :  mm  ill  .^������������������Vf'78 .  W^  %r  "rtf^-V- ?���������*���������:������  ?yt^x&  Hi  A. "U  lf-fj., -nv  <$'*f:r  A/% ^  i ���������/*'  ������  ij   w.    *i  ���������  (.*?��������� !���������  i .v.T  A: *. fi&  At $.'*%������  c Ifc s  4������s������f  $4*  ..At  .V ^  CS'f  est.  4.-5.  therefore why not get the  If in'need  ���������of fine printing;,'write.pr call on u&at once,  we are never too busy to" atton  4������ J *������������������������������'  ������4-'vJ*'.&   '  *^" (f; 95i  .>     *\        ft  , fy*& ���������  to all orders.tit'"-  .      " '    b fit  % .���������1CC���������, 4  fit  ���������iff-"  Kevelsto  flgp-gp^^  FAMOUS  " IMPERIAL  LIMITED."  Pas!  Daily Service' Mwses At-  l-riiis and Pacific.  l*'i:���������:���������*'. i:\i\fi. sluc)ir>rniin all ri'iriii-i. Tonri^l cmi's  I in ���������. KcvclMoUu diiily fur SI. l'aul. I'Vnliiyi-J'oi1  .Miiiiii-i'ii! ami H0M.011, r-Jiiuihiys& Wediu'Siliiys  for'rnrinilo.  Inijiroved eonneeting service to and from  KOOTENAY COUNTRY  Ka-l" DAILY   TUA1NH       "*       West  4.:'0:iit. iiUVulKloko uni. 21.-'<l  4.1.) lv. lioviiUtoku lv. iil.:������  'i'ii nnd'f 1 om Ki.Hilcnny l'niiits.  ���������i.dilv. ������������������'    UevdstoKo am'il.dO  For nt'--. lie'.*!1!-* and full iiifui'nmtiuii iijiply  to A*jfi*!.t, licVchrioku, 01'  Kootenay Railway ft  Navigation Company  Limited.  OpcmUi'i!? Kaslo & Sloeixn If ail wny,  Iiilcniiitional N'avijjatioii & J riidnitf  Company. ' ' '  OCEAN STEAMSHIPS  Royal Kail Lines.  Clieapest Route to the Old Country.  ALLANT LINK-From Montrenl  ���������      -      ���������              ���������'     .     Anjj. 2.       sop. 1  .���������'.���������.I'ill'iSiiill::,-'-  .Kiciliiin,' ���������..-,  : Tiniisiatr -  'N'.iiiiidiiui  ,'Coi'iiitliiaii  15  DOMINION. LINF.-Froni Montreal.  E. J. COYLE,      - W.  A.G. P. A".,'   ���������  Vancouver, B C,  AMDER30M.  T. P. A.,  Nelson, B.,C.  Sched-.ilo ol' Tinic���������P.iciflo StnnCai'd 1'irr.c i Dominion  '     '" EU'coLivc Feb. 1st, 1'JflO.  Kaslo & Slocan Railway  l'nssengcr train for Snndon and way stations  leaves Kaslo at S a.m.; daily, rcLurniiiK. leaves  Siiudon at l.U p.m., arriving* at Kaslo 3.55 p.m.  p.InScrnational Navigation and-Trading  Company  OpuraliliK on iCootciiiiy'Lako iind Divur.  S.S. ISTKl-SXATIO.VAIi leu vus Kaslo for Nolsoii  nt, (! ������l.in. daily oxcojil Sunday; rolurniiiK. leaves  Nelson 111 4.:'0 ij.in.. ealliiif!; at, Piillour,  I ilot  liny, Aiuswoi'lli. rnd nil wny ))oints; (ronnccLs.  willi S. I'd vt N. train lo and from Spokane, at"  Kivo Mile Point.  Lardo-Dunc-an Division  AMKR   ALMKItTA.  Rtoiuiier Alberta leaves Knslo for Lnrdo and  Artjuntii at 8m!() p.m. Wednesdays.  Sl.cniirers call si I. priiieipnl landings  in   liolli  dircctiiins, anil at, oilier points when signalled.  Tickets sold to all points in (.'anaila and Lhe  United Slates.  To  ascertain   rates   and   full    information,  whlres-i:  ROBERT IRVING,  Dominion         ���������               ���������                     -  Autj.  ���������23  ('amiii'eiivin              ���������                   .           Sep.  1  Vaiiobuyei ,   "  15  J'KAVKU LIXE-Froin Montreal.  Lake Superior         ���������   , ���������      ���������      -           Aug.  f*2  Luke Ontario                 -      -      -             .   "  iii  MonWorf ' -     Sep.  7  Lake tJliainirlain . ���������      ���������      -   ' -      -  - '    "  J 2  Lake Megan tic ,   iu  8 t,f  Mr.nat'cr, Kaslo, J!. C.  "1an3i!i;!3 Facifio Navigaiion Co, L'd  AVUA-?,I-;A   RODl'E*.  Sleainor.s fur V\'ran:i<-1. .luncmi and Ska;,'way  h'lsvi' Victoria  "t*-.'ory \Vetl\;oF*riay nl G p. r?.  and Vancouver  Every Thui-r.rlcy at, 2 p. m,  Stcninei's l'"i* Niirtlicrii   T.rilisli  Coluiuliirt purts  ' lenvc Viclovia nln'l Viincou vcr weekly,  Hates, etc., on application to  fi. S. ]1ANTI:R.  General Passenger Agent,  Victoria, P.. (J.  Pa-Koiijrers Lickefed Uirour,rli  lo all, pans (.f,  Orcal I'lilnin and Ireland, and at, specially low  riUcilonll parts of  the r'urupcan  ccnt.ntiu.  Applv to iiearoi railway or su'iun.-iiip ngi in. or  to  T.  \V. BRADS:i/AV,   Agent,  Itovolstchc.  ___^_^. '  ' I.  TTi^Oi]    TABLE  S. S. "Lardeau."  Luiining hotween Arrowhead and Thoin-'-n *"  Liindin;-; comiiiciiciii!,' .lime 10, IW), willi-aUas  follow.-, (weal her periiiittingi:  Leave Arrowhead for Tlium-on*--. Landini,'  and C(jinupli.\' ul Tk. daily.  Leave riioiii.-oii'.s Lnnilitiy and Comaplix for  Arrowlii ad al 17k, daily, connecting wilh all  ('.. P. IJ. irniiis and boat^.  Tin: owni'i'1* reserve thc ri(;hlto ciiangc time's  of "-'ailings without notice.  Till  FRKD ROHINSOX H'.MHl'.U CO. 1/TD.  F. KOHIN'SON,  Managinc; Director.  ������>������^JWIWUU������.W^..^J,J-?Bl.Jk������-l3-U������:t.-JILL}ttJI������aB..������Lmi  Highest Cash Price Paid for  slii-jinicnl"* are r\*;('nii*.cd l*.y nie  soon ns i'luvanive.   I'lnm-t nli.ii'.- i  Slil'Cf  I'ric  to  woi'i-anl  ii'i'C  n 1  aii.11 on 11  1'i'U'iiiir i^i'.iiii-   fur 1'i-y  'M!_-(Ii   rf  Yi.u   'liciild l-.i i'p   ]'ii-|:.(! ( ii   tiiculi'ms  > on get lu.::i  . O. Pox !'-''l A fi "I for.!  Win a". -)r.s. TJr.n.  I'l'ir  a  fiai^liiKU^ l3d*&Zmi~A^  33  sec  rs3*? THE KOOTENAY MAIL  i / /  y /><  r^������������*a "it.  ���������iSOSSimim&m  A   '  v  9  $  9 ���������  $  9.  <���������������  9  $  9  "r  S  x<*  9  $  9  $���������  9  1  9  $  9  $  9  if*  9  If  bv.  I  N0f FORGET  ���������out to get a ^  that if you \. '-of  first class assortment -  I  *"������  ���������M  PERFUMES |  TOILET  WATERS|  BRUSHES OF  ALL KINDS  I  ���������<���������������  to  I  &'  9.  I  IP  S>  <?���������  9  i  secured a half of M. K. Kawson's store  and will commence business immediately, considerable of their stock being  already here. Miss fthephard and Miss  Bell are greatly pleased with what  they have already seen of our city arid  they will no doubt be well repaid for  'u"it enterprise in establishing a busi-  u.. '  ness here.,  and ��������� all    toilet    articles  You can get the 'very best |  at the  l CanadaBook & DpugCo |  Revelstoke  Station  Pi^-K^Pi'^rK^rPi^rPi^rK^c^i^K^f^  9  ������  9.  $  9  LOCAL AHD PEHS8NAL BRIEFS  Rumors of so vera 1  matrimonial 'engagements arc* in the air.        '  , C������. S. McCarter1, editor and proprietor  of Ihe Grand Forks Miner was a visitor1 in the ci'tv last' week. ' ,  An enthusiastic and well attended  meeting of the Revelstoke Liberal As-  sociation was held last evening. The  delegates wfco attended the convention,  en the 5th inst, presented their repoi t  which was read arid approved, and the  association unanimously endorsed the  candidate os the Liberal 'nominee,^ Mr.  \V, A. UttlUber ������'id pledged him th"!"  hearty support at U)������ forthcoming  elections. Ib was resolved to \)o\<\ rt-g.  ular- meetings of the association every  Thursday evening until further notice  at S o'clock in Mr. Alex. McRae's office  in the Cowan Block.  NUTS FQRCQMRVATIVESTO CRACK  Comparisons of Trade during Liberal  Rule and Conservative Rule.  L. Pettipiece and some of his young  companions caught a 211b. salmon at>  the Timi-tum on Saturday afternoon.  J. D. Sibbald has been appointed  police magistrate and judge of the  Small Debts Court, in this city.  Thfc'construction of the sidewalks  ���������and other street improvements are being rapidly pn-died ahead by the different contractor's.  Oak  igary "was visited by its usual  ASeiviU'iiilK-T'tfiKiw storm Inr-t week, Jive  ���������inches of (lie beautiful .covering the  /ground.  Rev. Archdeacon JVntrea'th cqiuluc-  ted the services in St. Peter's Church  on Sunday. J In announced that Rev.  C. A. ProcuinVr, who lias been appoint-  i-d to lake chapge, would he here to  take up tho work next, Sumlav.  Tenders aro being ealled fur the. sup-  lily of poles for-a telegraph line from  Golden to Windermere and also for tlie  construction of the said telegivph line.  The. advertisement will be fuund in  another coluinn.  Mi. Jack Lyons r lie well known td P.  R. engineer driver, who wn.--recent-,  ly mairied at D.iminion City. .Manitoba, accompanied by Mi>. Lynns,  spent yes-tt-rdny in the city (in their  way to Kamloops ant! (he co.'^t.  >To. 2 fire' brigaile had 'a run to Mi*?. t  pent's residence on Frirl,iy afternoon,  several of our'leading citizens lending  a'hand in running out .the hose reel.  The fire is supposed to have originated  from burning paper in. the chimney.  Little or no damage was done.  The increase of Canada's trade during tiiFlou'r years since the Liberal?  came into power his been simply phenomenal. In no time in the history of  the Dominion have its manufacturing  interests been so prosperous. Not  only ���������ire these establishments, kept  busy to supply tpe Canadian demand,.  hut many establishments are running  night and day upon foreign orders,'  even far-off Russia sending heavy com,  missions to Canadian establishment.'.  These n-wmita for Conservative orators  to crack. ..   ' ���������  From 1S90 till, 1900 the foreign trad-*,  increased by ��������� no less than $142,000,000,  whereas during the whole of th������ 18  years that the Conservatives were in  pou-ur the increase was only $(5fi,OOO,O0O  Under the J^br/VI-ls the increase was  nearly .$35,500,01** pep wmW and under the Ct'iisci vallves p,W,^ P"  ii  annum. , >  ��������� The total trade for the year ending  .June 30th last was $S81,625,855, cortt-  p/U-ed with $230,025,230 'for the year  ending ,T'M)P 3fJHi. 1S96, or an increase  of $142,000,41)5,     ' ' "  Iu 1S7S-the total trade was ������il^,OG(0,-  403, which increased by $00,000,000 in  1SC0. Goods enterpd for consumption  in 1000 were $351,553,1)00, or an increase  nf $131,056,089 over 1S9G, as compared  with un increase of.'$61,313,440 during  the 13 year1!* of fJoi'servative rule. It  will therefore be seen thai (.|)u increase  during the Liberals' term was over  $32,000,(100 per annum, as against $3,-  50l>,00!) 'during the Conservatives' IS  years In r������l*su''*,  The exports .inct'c-asnd at the rate of  SlT.-'rtXidOiX) per annum under the Lib:'  eiaK and about $2,500,000 under thp  Conservative. The exports of Canadian produce increased by over $60,-'  titi.QLV for the four years of Liberal  rule, as .igajn.st, SJ1,000,000 for the 18  v-ears nf ('oiisorvatir;.-; ule.    ,  Tiie increase in in-porfs i}i}t\ry the  Lauri-'i- government was $70,000,000,,  iind only SlS.tXJO.OOO under the.'late gov-  nn men tor $17,000,000 per aiiniirn of an  increase' for the Liberals, as com pa red  ivillrSI.O'JO.OOO per annum for the Con-  servativi'.--.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  , NOT1C1".  Seattle "Mineral Claim, situate in the Rcvel-  Mtokc Mining Division of West Kootenay.  Where located, on Downie Creek.  Take notice that I, J. M. Kellie, free miner's  certificate No. J-J. 15397, intend GO ilnys from the  date hereof to apply to the Mining f "ccorder for  a Certificate of Improvement for the purpose of  obtaining a crown grant of thc above cloim.  ' And further take notice that action under  soction 37 must bo'.commenced before tho issuance of such certiflatc of improvements. ,  Pated this 22nd day of August, 1900.  ���������      J. M. KELLIE.   "  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTIOU.  Hard pan Mineral Claim, situate in tho Revelstoke Mining Division of West Kootenay.  -    Where located, on Carnes Creek, ���������    ���������  Take notice tliat I. J. M. Kellie. free miner's  certificate No. IJ. 15397. intend, sixty days from  the dnte hereof, to apply to" the Mining Recorder for !V pertilleate of improypnieiitj-. for the  purpose qt obtaining a Grown guant of the  above claim. ...... j  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must he' commenced before thc  issuance of such certificate of improvement!*.  Dated this 2Sth day of July. 1900.  '   J. M. KELLIE.  Our livery  and- freighting business  with vStage  line and   mail contract in  connection  including  45 head of  horses, hai-'qess,* saddles, stages, freight  wagons and ore slejghs.  Auy part of above sold  to suit pur-  ,cbiuu*r.    For'particulars apply to  CRAIG and HILLMAN,  Thomson's Landing, B. C,  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  The regular riicef,ipgs  arc held in (lie Mason to Tom p]oi Bourne  =^IIiill, on tho third  Monday in;cach  month at 8 p. in.  Visiting brethren  Gordinllj* welcomed.  H, J, PRATT Skcketabv.  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. F., No. 25.  Regular meetings are held  in Oddfellows' Hall every  Thursday nifjit ^ eight  ���������^^���������iJ^SF (ior,i(i!|ljy wpTcbfed:.'' '"'  N. T. KDWAUlJS, X.fl, V    3- A. STOVlS, SiiC-  Goods at Your Own Price,    f  25 Per Cent Reduction on ������  / *������������������������������������  Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators, Water Cooler and Water t^������  Filters, Screen Doors and Windows, Lawn Sprinklers, Coal ^  Oil Stove's. a.  ��������� ' . ,      ms*  i|> All First Quality Goods.     Make a Note Of It. <%������  qp      ���������      .   , _ i-  ^  | ��������� W.   M.   LAWRENCE, - f  ^HARDWARE      -      STOVES       -      TINWARE.        J>  t^^t^^ 4*4* 4^ 4* ^^4*4* 4*^ ^4^4*4*^     44444'444'  GREAT CLEARING SALE AT COST PRICE  FOR CASH ONLY  Flour, Wheat, Shorts, Bran,   ,  Family Groceries & Farm Produce.  Savage Bros., Second Street.  R.   H.   MAYNE,  FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE. AGENTS,  ���������.'"���������.���������'-���������  ^--^NOTARiES PUBLIC,  FIRST   STREET,   REV^LS-T������KE.  DRESS   WELL  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. P.  Meets every Tuesday  evening in Oddfellows'  Hall    al   8   o'clock.  i Vifiiting brethren cor-  JdiirDy'-fiiyi'iCd to at-  ���������   teivh'  "���������'    B. HANBUnV. K, Q, W, MATIIfE, Sua  cr,  Lord Oliesterflold was undoubtedly n������liL when he dcclnrcrj his  belief that most people formed sumo opinion of a ni.an'a sense and  diameter from his dress. The iiieliimtion to dress well is shown  by the number who come here to be clothed. Tliey come here  ��������� becauHe .if our ability to give them the correct nnd proper garments. They get the best qualities; the beat trimmings;'the  best work; thc best fit.thut's to bh.had.1  They get exclusi'v'encss.'  ���������i������>OC<^  B. R. ATI-TINTS,*  C. It.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I. O. F, No. 3461.  Meets in the' Odd follows  IftjJJ.fjii t-JjP second and  mh\)Xo\mf������ uf each  month: vml-m? 1?roth-  ton invito to fftfenfl-  ' C. \V. MITCHELL,  ���������R. S.     --  Tgr-.i, i   A.  H. HOLDICII  AKALYT1CAL CIIKMIST  ASSAYER.    '  AXD  Royal School of Mines, London.  Seven yearn at Morfa Works, Swansea.  ��������� Seventeen  years Chief  Chcniifit to Wigan  Oonl jj-ijcl Iron Co., Eni"-*.  jJ^to,GhcniitfLniid-4si'ayor, Hall Mines..Ltd.  K\'ery UcWivplibji pt arni'ty iint} analytical  work undertake}*.  '   "   '"' ���������   ' "���������  OI|iimi cxniniiiedand reported upon.  wvurn'oiw, B, (J, 1  IRON ENAMELED  BgDSTEADI  Wini-te,Blue,Pink& Green Tints,  Polished Brass Bedsteads  We  cany  a  full  patterns ranging iii price from  ine of leading  $6.06 56 $6506  IllustratpfJ circular .shi-win'-* jy hpg(,  patterns, with prices ,of sa|iie, iimilpfj  frpp to any acid re ss.  WClIer   BrOS.,    Complete  Furnishers,  Victoria, B. C.  THE.  ������S3.  F. (J. Gamlilc. pinviiii" i;i| (jfipit)'''''!',  a.iid 'J'lifis. Taylcr, ,\f. L. A. t<iok a nip  up the licnd Fiiilay pii'i-iiiii'iihly tm the  purpo-ii;   nt' (l.'lrrtni.'iiii!.'  \\lii-i|i''r  tin*  ���������j  .     CONTEMPLATED  CHANGES,  | Gossip Rifii as to the Reconstruction of  ��������� the "Cabinet���������Turner'to go to London.  ��������� t ri      ��������� l  '     There nre'all kind1-of political   rum-  ��������� i;rn iifl'iat jii'-t now in reference ti) the  ( r-'conslruction of tlin cahineL, ��������� and  1 crrv politician on the  street   ham   I  J.  W. CROSS, M. D.  8UT*G120>' TO THK O. P. It., CITY HEALTH  ovmem.  Oflko: Toylor Block, Mackeiii'le Avenue, .  mi  OKI    l-Oild   .sllOlllil      i'i'     loIliiiVfil     (II*     till'  om recently-Mirvvyrd h\- id j|. lUick.  Tiw general opinio:: is tii,it, th" latter  ronti' i-i   the   hei tei1   one,    tlio-e    well, .   - -        , ..  " theory, however, n that.   Jlon.   .J.   II.  " I Turner will   rrtire   and  ,he   inadn   tlie  i London agr'iit of the   province  own tlieurv  .de.'  I if:     11 lil'  as  to  The  io\v the  <'e up rally  clianqe will  accepted  Badminton Hotel  VANCOUVER.  RATES   ������2.S0   PER   DAY.  FT  MlVEY # McCARTKR  acquainted  with fhedi-tnet   ehumi  that the ^l'2,(i\H) appnipriation wi'l onlv  linild about   two   niiles' over   the   old  road, and   co-4 .'lOine    j-'I'JilO   or   '���������"lot),)  annually to keep it in r.-p.iir.  through,  The Ivlith .1. .Miiler('oneerl Coinpany  gave oie fif their pleading enUr.r'n  int-'iil. in the opeia hoime |a*^t I'^'iday  evening nnder the ,iin-*piiies of the  Jy'idic-" Aid of( I In- '\iel.liiidi--l Cliureh.  The ���������uidienreiWM'- a huge and f'a-ihion-  rilile out! and this, talented coinpany  easily sustained its reputation na a  company of high cln.1-'artists. It was  a rmr.sicai treat and I he audience were  well repaid for llieii attendanc.'.  . dMitvS Shepliard and iNffss Bell, arriy.ed  fi;oin���������Toronto Sunday night and registered nl the KeveKsl.oke. 'As annoiinced  in the last i-'snedof'the AlAin'these  ladies come here for the purpose of  i.'pelii'ij.j aUjilliiicry storo������.   They Imve  There  ittk floiilit hut that this deal A'ill grand it is also among the possi  hililifs Unit- Mayor llayward   will   be  asked to take Mr. Turner's place.  Another contemplated change is in  the Atloniey-G'eriKi'fil'.s flepartment.  .Men who claim to l;e woll posted say a  deal ha.--* hci-MVarranged wherehy JufJge  Walkom will retire, from th-1 Supreme  Com t. heiieh nnd that ffmi A). M.  Hherts will leave t he provincial cabinet  and have, the .say as to how thp changp-*  will he made Thc wiseacres have not  yet settled it in their minds as to Mr.  Ehert's successor.  '-. At the present time everything is  going on harmoniously jn the cabinet,  'but.elpud.*������ are- hovering in the imtiiedi  ate vicinity of the pai'liatncnt buildings  and as soon as the work of reconstruc  tion sets.in a violent storm is foretold  by jit'liticHl prt-'phet8.r~*Tiwc*5-  IJ.VliniSTKWH, HDXAVA'VOUK, WVC.  Okkickk :    Molson."'   JJ.s.vic   lii.oci-r,   Rbvkl-  HTOKK,  H. (!.  Moiaiy to loan. ������  O/nei;-: huvaMiikc, }). C; Fort Steele, 13, C.  liy.o. H. McCwitj'u, J. A. ITai-vkv,  UeveMoke, IJ. O. l-'ort Steele, I*. C.  REVELSTOKE  CIVE US ATRIAIi  F.  BUKER,  Proprietor.  Phone  43,  WAH   OHANG,  DEALER l.V  Fancy Goods, Japanese and  Chinese   Novelties   and   Silk  'Goods, Bamboo Work, Ruttan  Chairs, and Crockery Ware,.  ALSO  Fruits and Confectionery.  Opposite the. Post Office,  Front St. Revelstoke, B.C.  BAUt������R & ASHSCEOFT,  Dominion and Provineial  land Surveyors,  MINING ENGINEERS,  Surveyors of Mltics, Miticrnl Claims und Crown  LandH,  "���������'��������� VA^COUV-EjR,  B, C,  Your Pocket-book  rnay be low but nobody sees it, but  if yopr eloMics: li������i*e,"Bf|iftJ)b;vl*Ui|lt  ��������� seUlc-jit,nobody wants toknow you,  Ladies or GentK Tailor Made Clothts  repaired and denned in yood style.  1 ���������    Call or send post card. #  Samuel  Needham, Douglas St.  Kfitabllslicd 13 yenn-i.  {?t -ictly Union Labor Shop.  LL  Cleanliness  is iiexli to Grodliness."  ** **��������� ���������* "        ** '���������      ���������* *���������f\ ���������     I      *\     +     .       mt        .*  If  you  want your  work done in  economical  card to  scavenger  a clean and  way   send   a  FRANK SAUNDERS,  Revelstoke Station.  C10RTIKICATK OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  Alice, Alice [''ruction, I'onanza King, Crown  Point, Gloucester. LukI, Clinnec. iiiinornl  elaiins, Mi tun ted in tlie Revelstoke Mining  DIvIhIoii of Wrst Koolenay District. Whcro  located:  On Ground Hog Basin.  Take notice that J, William A. Bnurr. ntfent  for D, H. Wilson, free ininer'.s certificate No, Ii  ���������UTS'?, Frank Young, free miner's certiflatc No.  ���������K-I478.5. J. H. Iloaro. free miner's cci'tiflcHto No.  R ioOltl. intend, nixty daj-r- from the (Into'hereof,'  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certifier! to of Improvcniclitf*, for the purpose of oo-  tftiniiig a, Crqwti Brantof the above cluhus.   -  And further take notice that action, uridef  .xcctloli 37. rnlist bo cotnmcticcd before the  lHSUitliqe ofHtich Certiflentoof improrementB,���������  Drvlod this Jith tiny of'June, 10  WILLIAM-.'A, BAUUIt


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