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 ProvinciaLibrarp   June 99  PUBLISHED   TTTESZO^IT _Al3STID   FEIDAT  Vol. 7.--No: 85  REVELSTOKE, B. Q, SEPTEMBER 21, 1900.  $2.00 Per Year.  Regular Price $1.35, 1.25, and 90c.  Sale ��������� "      1.00, 80c. aiid 60c.  Regular 75c, 1.00, 1.50, 2.00, & 2.50  Sale        50c,  60c, 90c,  1.25, & 1.85  The Chinese Situation,  (Spcoitil to the Mail.) '  London, Sept. 21.���������It was ex plained  'vestcrd(iv nt the British foreign oftic*  thitt ib '\v������8 found inexpedient for the  powers to nccept tbe Russi.m.withdrawal proposal, as , they hud reliable  information that the Boxers were  ready to re-occupy Pekin as soon as  the allies retreated.  The foreign office confirmed the  statement tlmt Sir Claude McDonald.  British minister nt Pekin,' was to lie  transferred to Tokio and that Sir E.  M. Satow, British minister at Tokio  was to succeed McDonald at Pekin.  Pei Ton g forts'-have heen captured  by the British.  Regular^$1.00, I.50, 2.00.,  Sale Price 50c, 96c, 1.50.  ' ' , c, .  ,1 ' *' I '  Don't forget that we: keep Butteriek Patterns:  Late James Gill & Co;  Belts! Belts! Belts!  . Ladies' Belts  AT���������  Guy Barber,  .THE JEWELLER'S  C.P.R. Watch Inspector.  Braying and delivering a specialty.  Teams always ready at shortest  notice. .Contracts for jobbing  taken. ' Agent, for B. C. Oil Co.  Robert Samson.  Get that Water Pipe Fixed.  The Fred Hobinssn  Lumber Co; Limited.  On and after this date our p'-jc-es for  cut firewood will be as follows:  $1 per cord at M;n  $2      "      delivered.  Prices Cut for. Cash. ,  Fred Robinson,Managing Director  Wagons, Delivery Rrrrs,  Buggies,. Etc.; .  -: at :-  dAS. MCMAHON'fe  -:oi-  He'll do it for you.  Blacksmithing and Woodwork  done on short notice.  Carriages   Built   to   Order.  EVELSTOKE  ITAURANT,  For sewing machine supplies  of all reputable makes apply to  J. W. BENNETT,  representing The-Singer Mftg.  Co., MacKcnzic Ave.  First .street near Molsons Bank.  Board by tHe week $4.50  Meals     - - 25c  [-Inine made Bread, Cakes and Pics  for salt1. Open day and night. No  Chinese employed.  A. COWEY, Proprietor.  Edison Standard  ... Phonograph  with all tlie latest improvement-- will  tnko find r-prodiioe record;", complete  'neliidin;**, Recorder. Kcprodncer. l-ira^s  Horn. Siipphiro "-"havine Knife. Kar  'Tube**. Camel.1' Hair finish. Oil Can. also ,  Onc-hiiU' dozen l'ccord:* iind Books of  InHtruetion. '  PRICE   $25.00 "  ...GHAS J. AMAN...  Terrible Massacres.  (S-mcial to The Mao,.)  London", Sept. 21.���������Terrible reports  of massacres caused, by the Russians  come from Amur. One tillage of  5000 people were escort������d to the river  nnd drowned, stabbed and clubbed to  dentil.  of expressing his views on. tin' isMies of  the coming general election.  Air. Galliher. diil ii"t. sp".*i!c at any  length, hut c.viri-it������ 1 lidn's'lf with-  giving a general outline nf h:s opinion.-  on Dominion politic;", lie lookn h.tuarl  view nf thu questions at' issue, nnd  stated that, hi* was fii^t and fore-most  a warm supporter of Sir'Wilfiid'Lau*  tier. He recognizid the fact that thi"  social question was becoming (he lirst  one of the ago, anil said that the trend  of the legislation of Sir Wilfi id Lauder's government, was in recognition of  this, tind that he wa.s heartily in accord  with its-principles. ' "  Mr.' Smith Curtis spoke, fur a" few  niotnents in support of Mr. Gal Ii her?  regretting that he was unable lo lake  part ,in t he coming content as'he wa"  summoned on private business to  Europe within the next few weeks,  hut that he'Would return by the beginning of the year.  , The meeting broke iip'uai inly, congratulating Mi\ Galliher on the . impression that he had made and coidi illy  promising its suppot t.���������Miner.  The Coal Miners Strike.  ,  WiLKESBAHRB, '��������� Sept. 21.���������A few  more coal miners -in the eastern states  '-wfrit out yesterday and themitprit is  considerably   reduced.;    The operator**���������  refused   to  fenred.   ���������  arbitrate  and ..trouble  is  Thanksgiving Day.  Ottawa, Sept. 2.1.���������Thursday. October 318th ha.s bee-i proclaimed Thanks*  giving Day.  ���������        ���������  Latest Eleetion Date.  Ottawa, Sept. 20.���������Premier Lauiier  did not announce the date of the elections to night as was expected, but  a prominent liberal .said it would be  November 10th.  Hugh John's, Position.  Mr.   Macdonald pledged  himselt to^  remain in provincial politics.   Hr* .declined an offer of an appointment in  the South African force which he had  solicited, and  which  the  minister of  militia, in response, made to him. on  the ground that he was heeded in Manitoba.   That is,, he was needed In Man-  .  itoba by Sir Charles Tupper, who  now  tells him that he needs him in  Dominion politics.   In other words, Mr. Macdonald 5/iid to the electors of Manitoba  "I am yours'to J-tay," and at the   Hani-  moment, he said to Sir Charle*. Tupper,  "I am yours to  command."'   Yet In-  actually makes a virtue of obeying Sir  Charles Tupper.    "I came into the Dominion field," Mr. Macdonald told his  Montreal   audience;   "because   I    was  Srdered to do so."  THE LIBERAL CANDIDATE  Makes a Splendid Impression in the  City of Rossland.  ' A special meeting was held of the  Member!" of the Rossland Liberal assn-  V-itiun Monday evening at the armory  ubich was called for the purpose of  '���������eeting Mr. W. A. Galliher of Nelson.  "< Liberal candidate for thi.s constitu-  'Tcy. Considering the lateness of the  nStitication  calling   the meeting, nnd  w.,  th  unsnal   place of  assembly, there  so   large a number pioseat that  ������������������ire was barely standing room in the  ur.  "nory. Th������ proceedings were of a  ,n*re formal nature than usual, an op-  Ix-Hunil}*  being afforded Mr. Galliher  ��������� Ralph Smith'a Candidate.  Nanaimo, Sept. ID.��������� In all probability  Mr. Ralph Smith will stand here fur  the Dominion; so say close friends tonight. Unquestionably, he is the most  popular.among the iabor element especially the miners of.the district.  Mr. Cory, S. Rider, - ex-minister of  finance in the Mai tin administration  ���������was elected president' of the neiyly-  formed Extension ��������� Liberal Association*  la9t night. Six delegates were elected  to attend the convention here oh Saturday.       \vf:.7f'     -   _____��������� ^r'.   _������     .-,..--  '.     Mr. Si'fton's Immigrants. '   ,. ',  An unbiased and  non-partisan npin-  ion_of the. Government's immigration,  policy   is   on record  in the statement,  recently  "made   to a newspaper inter-*  viewer"by Mr.. Alfred  R. Owen, Canadian Superintendent of Dr. Barnardo's  Homes, after his letnrn vfrom a semiannual trip "through ' life   Northwest.  He'says:  ' "1 observed rather closely  the lesult of the'itntnigralion policy of  the present government and-fi oin.what  I have seen (.f>the people they have  brought, out there-r-'the Class of immigration,generally thai. the.present government is responsible for���������should say  -they   are   deserving   of   the gratitude  and good wishesof the country..' Their  policy has been  in  the highest degree  successful.     The   people   they    have  brought   out  have  been a thoroughly  desirable class"foi* the settlement of a  new country.    I have seen a good deal  of the Doukhohors. ** I  haw travelled  with   Doukhohors   on  the  immigrant  trains.   I have seen them at the different  distribution   'points  from   which  they' have   been  sent out to I hi: locations that have been selected fur them,  and they  have   impressed me as being  physically,   mentally   and    morally   a  clans of people  who will do well in lhe  country  and  grow up good and u-*cfwl  citizens.      Illiink   the same appiiesin  large measuie to the Galicians.    If you  es.-these people a l'l cr Ihey Iwi ve been settled in the count ry for a shor.t. time yon  Hud they make excellent progress that  they are establishing Iheuiselvesin their  homes, are getting 'ii little R-tock about  them, are  working  hard and adapting  themselves   to   the   west   country.    I  have  seen  Galician girls in domestic  service   giving   the  best posible,satisfaction, clean,   intelligent,  docile   and  faithful, and  as  laborers they seem to  be supplying whal is'one of.' the trying  wants in  the  countiy, farm help.    In  visiting year liy year   I have excellent  opportunities!)!' judging I heir pi ogress.  I see   people one year living in what  can   hardly   be called    anything   but  hovels, a year or two  later I find IhenV  in  comfortable, substantial house-i, ns  good as those occupied  by any settlers  in thf west.   They have"the reputation  of paying their way, they are..bringing  a great deal of land, under.cultivation,'  and in a few yeais, the.iinople ofM.he.se  different. Eui'opean  nationalities will,  in liiy judgment, form  the   back-bone  of the settlement hi'the Canadian'"west'  as they have in thy case, of'most of the  north western Suites,"  Boer Guns Destroyed  *.s f-t-i.r  LoXDOX, Sept. 21.���������Lord Ko't.c; Is  cables from Neespr,uir, on thc Pretoria-  Dongola  JBay  Railway, not  far  from  Komatipoort  frontier   station,   under  date   Sept:   19th,   as follows :      '* Of  three   thousand    Doers  who retreated  from.  KoniatipoWtd^rjef('n^fr^ilre~Brilish  advance  from      Machadodorp,   seven  hundred   entered   Portugese tprritoiy.  Others deserted  in   wirinus'-'diipctiiiiirt  and 'the   balance   aie   report ed io h . ve.  crossed   Koinati  .liver and to be. o/cu- ���������  pying Spurs  of   Liiubonihi-   mountain,  'south'of the railway.    -A general turn-  tilt seems to have occurred when/ they  recognized   the,  hopelessness  of   their  cause.      Their    Long Toms   and field  ^uus have been destroyed and nothing  i.s   left, of   the   Ijopr   army   but a few  niaurading    bands.      (J en oral    Kelly-  Kenny   is   dealing   with one of c-these  which .occupies' a position at Doom-  berg."  ���������   - " \- .'   '^  The government offered no objections to the removal of������ Kruger from  Lorenzo Marques to'Holland.  Sabbath Desecration.  Times  and , seasons . count for .little  .with the Conservatives under the pressure   of   political excitement and the  ���������ai������ti+->4of the- Sab bath.is held of little-  value   when.it   interferes   with their  arrangement.***.    Mr. Macdonald ai rived  iii'Ottawa on  his   way  to Montreal on  Sund.-iv   afternoon    during   Ihe   hour  services were in   progress  in many of  the city churches.    This, did not deter  a couple of hundred local Tories from ,  gathering" at the railway station and '  shouting   themselves   hoarse,   for   the-  Half hour tiurtraiirwaited.     The more  respectable mei'nbers of the paity, and  the   citizens   generally,   were   greatly,  scandalized at'this  desecration of the  Sabbath, but  there's a lot of shouting  to keep up   the failing courage of the  local  managers.     Evidence of the disorganized condition of affairs here can  be found in the fact that, no in\ Ration  has yet. been  tendered' Hugh John to  speak- in   Ottawa,   because   they   are  afraid" to   call a convention  to select  candidates'.     Quite a change in a city  which was,always represented by Conservatives   prior   to   the   last general  election.   ,  ,  ' Swapping Horses. ���������  There is somet-h i;ig posit i vcly si a111i i ig  in-lhe way the tories are trying to  shelve poor old Sir Charles. Tin',  morning after Mr. iM.icdonald p smi:J  through Ottawa to lake ..part, in the.  Htumpi.ig tour down east, i!i*.- Cij-i-i i,  displayed at the. bead of its e.ditoiial  column the legend "lliigh John's the  iiiiin," and iu the next column "llu^h  John and Victory," Apatt lrmii the  heart lessness of suuhdiii^rai itude, did  tho tories ever hear liiat it i-i always a  dungerous expedient to swap hoi".-.!'*:  crossing a stream? ,  l   Possibly Sir Charles U   not eniillotl  to much   sympathy   for  no   one   leal-  iz'-s' better    than    hu does   the   small  chance there is of winning the coming  battle, and.he. appreciates the fact ih it  it is better to sink himself for the time  and boom another man if by  so   doing  lie  can   improve   the   outlook. _Sonn.'  'natural surprise, has been exploded  at  Hugh Johu'-i course in L-iXing up a safe  thing in local politics to run iiig chain es  of defeat in the federal fijj-ht;' but  the.  country generally does   not   appreciate1  the extejjt lo which he is under personal obligation to the Tupper.1*, an obliga  lion which he cannot and date not   ignore.    Sir Cli.arl.es-has decided that' he ���������  will lie a good, card ������������������to'fila'y in the coming .fight, so Hugh John had  to come,  out.    There's the whole thing in a nut-  .shell;   ,.'Hugh John's feelings.or wi^he-*",  were nc\cr consulted.  mmsmmimm THtfe KOOTEKA-Y MAIL
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l( \ Charles, and his' amiable weakness of
talking in superlatives is indulgently
overlooked as a rule, because he so obviously cant help it, but this little outburst is rather rich a ndchoice even for
him.   Tlie fact is that every efiort has
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' Kevelstoke, B.C.
J^JMDAY". SEPT. 21, 1000.
A pkkfeg"'' iiowl of frenzied joy -has
gone up from all parts of the Dominion
at the news that Hugh John   Macdonald has accepted nomination in Brandon
in opposition to  Hon.   Clifford   Sifton
Minister  of  the  Interior.    The   telegraphic reports of the convention state
"the delegates danced   about  the hall
and hugged one another for joy," when
word was received lhat Mr. Macdonald
would accept the   nomination.    What
an extraordinary demonstration    when
wc were told * only  a   few   weeks  ago
'that there was no heed  to   make  any
special efiort in  1'randon,   '"any   local
local'man   could   beat   Sifton."    Now
the party managers put in tlie field the
/me man of all others, from Halifax, to
Victoria, whom  they   themsehes   pro-
'claim to be  their star  performer,  and
the strongest man for the   moment in
the parly���the man who   is  definitely
announced as Sir Charl-*s Tupper*''* suc-
, cessor,in the leadership.    An' inexplicable   waste  of .strength   truly,    when
"any local   man"   could   do   the   trick.
The tories know right well that it js a
i'^jJGiC-o'i'ed to ono chance iu 11113* ��� case  if
���'they <*&,c..capture tlie seat   at  all,   and
. that it would be simply farcical to   attempt it with any but   their   strongest
and host.    Look at   ic   liow   you   will,
thc nomination of Hugh John in lirun-
' don is the must startling evidence  yet
ofle."ed of thc'fright wnich is demoralizing thc lory camp,
*Oi�� Paiii-ctti era belwrrt nr"Cn A^on'j I;.?!-,.
in :i (ileum wood, v.c- hn-n* Jn* Im-n1 t.i,j i;���at.
*liie lu"'i!ii? sw.ii'S movQ'l lr.  i 1 rI ,i-*'.i  1 rA =
Willi ��oft, r.id i\ie5 iJig ciul-' \,.ili!i"il < 1:1  Ijcsi.
*l\'e, pass-iciuic pilsirinn fion ilie f.nu'l ].���: ���
Upwind tlie "m;nc(I Uf n,ioc;Uic>"- oh, lie',- r*-ar
been made unceasingly  from the day |   That* strange, sweet picmi ���, i-..- th; c--.:i.-.:.i��-s
Mr. Sifton entered public life to dis-        'Kam*,i"rJl0 01ir ,',,-���*!, mni,L. ,,;i ��� ,,,���
cover something crooked in hi& conduct     Then suiiJeniy .1 loud aii-kK-uiucit , <, ,.-i,
.     .        ,        .     ����� ,,,.,,   r,f eiKninirn-i' li.n<; Tlirillcil   from   the   sties   and' -.>:.'. ci*-*;   lo,   tlie
hot not a shade even or suspicion   nas chimes
ever materialized.   Diffeiences ofopin-     0f s'.ratfo'iii rans and nn-; tin mv r.ri.i-ul
ion as to the  wisdom and' good judg-       MuimurecJ, as win, n -UrP -.ni.-**-! p.-ei's 1
, ... ....   ,1 ,,-Vo  1,.,,.,',      While swift iiic'iO-jiqus (ine c-i 1 n.' \>,i, h
ment of some of his political acts u.ixl.    ,Twas s1,aj.t,Ep(.arc-fa nni5ic h[wm,,,d lilL. ti.mbh.-,-
of course existed.   Under our system v-oikl,'
of party government every act of every
public man is criticised and dissented
from by some, hotty* tyit shouting
"boodle," Vcon upturn," &c, Upon not
convict a man of crookedness, nor indeed does it carry any weight at all
Vlth hmnhuW J'eople when it is kept
'tu*'ndj)ersj*4e4   >��/ #8 UW MPPB  Hlf
"h t-Utf UJJ'li^Pr of the, interior,
case ��...       *      .  ",.        .   . ,
without ever an .        "*l   *-'���  i'-���'��"}.,
* ** V   fl V1 ������������I r **"
proof 01 a pretence that a... ' *lf'j!
Moreover it would he the part of wisdom in'Sir Charles Tupper not to attract too much attention to crookedness in Canadian public life, for his
own record in connection with the actions of many of his colleagues and
supporters both how and in the past
is not one that is calculated to inspire
confidence in the minds of those who
place a high value in public probity
and national honesty.
Targe  and   \vell  lighted
ji-SAlUPLE JiOOJIS.   fleatcd by
^,l~ hot air and electric bells  an
litfhi in every 100111.   J*rce bus nicct��* al
ff n f7���-.i::
\-J   a 'h&sf    Li
i '
-'    p\ "     REASONABLE  RATES.
;1   iffy,    Nis^ht  Grill I'ooin in connection for tlie
//   li      '..    'A  I,      "v
I!      '<���]   H  h      H   <l'I*v*"'liV*u"<d("', Kuc-lh .irriving and de
'���'���      l-t -J '-'       ft  liari ins by infill  triiiiis.     Hourly sU-oet
  -- - -  <-*ar bcLween liuiel ami station.
Tiie nod Cnpxi,
Thc military mounted police of Enji-
Iflixl is the only corps that lias no privates, every member being of noncommissioned rank, so that the strikm-; of n "red
cap," as rncli member i.s crillcd, is all thc
Kronter offense in tin? eyes of regimental
law than were (lienltnckcd not n wearer
of the chevrons.
Cnn Face It Ltkc Q llntt.
'The hoarded woman h&B it>st all iicr
"That's too hnd.    But, thou, I'm sure
sho will l>o able to fact? mtqfnri-iu"-- like a.
S'l^Hi^nuual coiivoiuion   of  the   Do-
���minion   Trades   and   Libor   Congress
took place, this week   at   Ottawa.    In
replying to addresses of welcome   from
lie Knevr III in.
The Hev. Dr. John Halco'in Rliiiw <o'(1
a story about a small hoy who I'slo-"1^**?** to
his congrevatioa and lives wi'liin i> fi'-vV
doors of him.    A  woman wJio  met  t.'h**?
child asked liim���after the 'manner of .'older people's conversation -with qliildrii-nr- '���
where  he  lived,     Xjvqv tf 1 iitlitijr  that  lie!
lived 011'iy" two doors frona ahe ministcc'Sts
house, she cxclainiod witlrdeliKlmt:'        *
'���'WJ-ij-. t'pu must icaow TDr. Shawl**     x*
"Suiv," afl.swered the sinnll'boy.    ""He
goes to our clnireh."- -N,c,v V��i'k Times.
Or-lliinry 3Iortal��  .Ifnut Wnlt,
"Unless  you   an-' forrmiato enoiiph   to
have a handle to your name it i.s a ni.-it-
ter of'difliciilty to travel lirst class in the
land of .the .fnps." says ;i ^rlolic trotter.
f'Jl  is all"  righ 1   when  tla-re is  no great
magnate on Imaivj. but otherwise the or-
dinary' moit.ii   oiui>*t  wait   for  the  next
"Wishing to li\-.v*e a port jq .1 liurry. I
once applied for a first <-5aj;s Uckot.   'Oh,
. |    *"m can't  g" tmlay. fm- my Utni wi- *
,1", ��� ' l>o;ird.    Von must wait for a ���
and-s.i ift ������ ^.Pr
week!* was the SUl. "    ��.l   ra;>V(].     T!ie |
1   uisibted.  stornieil  a.. -vol (.bird '
"lil of it  was tli.-w- I had t���
J-Jflpis    Ttuit    Are    Id-oi*!!*!    to    Kkot7
Alio nt a Cot:iiH��:s  AIlKctio:!,
Nosebleed is so 001111110:1 in childhood
that littlo account is ordiii.-uil.v ni'ido of
it. Where it occurs rcpen'cdly without
jiuj'.nront ni-o vocation, lioweyc!',, cfi'orl
suouUrbcu'iade pot only 10 check tho immediate attack, Ijid'to ascertain the cau:-d
of (.jip j'ro'ible. II is well known that
jif'ijrt 'tj.M'ft,-.*:-, <;.*)j|gciiiiijj i'ii" i!u, Ijvp" a i'i]
-���ii'uj' ettml!li,"ii"!' nd'ci-'ie'ii iiy'i.i-ViftVifii-.-:
;.      .    -'���������'i..,, ul {\in |'l*"*d !*iT-'l]--|J<>Ht* to
thoc.rci.  lor..!",!^   m^y   ���*���
nosebleed,   and   ci'.. ���- .A ol, t|,���������,].
froqucntly felt,lest the iiom-ih-.'i       .     ��� ,*���
hood   may bo (ho ��� result of '.'erious emi-
etllutional'causes.    Wosl  conunoiily  tl.e^
cause is local.
'The best moans of ciiockiiiff fbf* immo-
diate ntlnok is pro'-suro wiih. lhe iuiiiej.
on (lie upper lip .i'.i'-t lionoalb (ho noslriis.
A small p.'"'? of ab---orliei!t cot!on or_ a
piece cf jiiui(?1:oixr.;.e; may 'bo pjacod inside the b'p and .t,ighny iuvsrv1.*! j.h'iuh^
thc gum'from witlionl, -thus ,cojrnpros>sing
tho two'small arterie.** of' tho. upp.or Iii*
that supply tlio nose. These can ordinarily bo felt pulsaliii'g in this locality.'
jf the bleeding is proCuso or prolonged,
tint <-J-'jld should bo placed, in a,, restful
position. ���d.Hi.t with tlio bond elovatfil,.
while ico may b<? hold to the forehead or
the back of the uccii -To ,i}pnease' still
'further the blood pn-Svi-uY- \yi.lliin tlio
vessels of tho nose a nui.sl'ard,f'ool"baib is
of service. .     ��� '
Jn the mountimo blowing the nose r.iu��t
���beji-yfii/lci]. riug','i:ig''lhc noslriis bcth in
front ji'nd .ilia,*:'/'' is a last resort to keep I lie
.-sufferer -from .fio('.*;.il peril.
The   predisposing  i.j-.nsc'S  cf  nosebleed
are.  as has 'boon .said.  e<v.p:nonly  local.
Careful, examination' of .the, 110=0 .by the
physician  is rlioro'forc always .iii'ei-s^itr.v,
in Vrcurreiit .���.lWaeks.    IMseased iirea-^ iV'
tho nose are tiewai'i-y ifound. in which lhe*
vessels are spongy* -anit  un 11 at 11 rally ,tiir-;
gid.  '
Thc dopro'-sini"! of the chi.hid* lav, I III ,i
/(;--^sod by rcjieaicd ai lad's cl" noseblcctj
.not ^ifreqnenlly rcipiiies attention. 1"
lhe .tl'sn^bl'' is due to sy-tomatic weak-
ri-eps. .aijenvipn -is to bo erpecially diree'i-.l^
to an -iiij'pVov.vi'W.it of the general condi-'
ition. while .if ,(lie ,:;m*;s aie themselves
\ v^Oirk repealed attacks .of iiuj-obleod are
soiUcCi'W*5 lindicatitins' i;f .the need of a
change* 0f etoAto .oi'.of H'-'un r jihy.sieal
fCvv-*i-cise a I lioiiK*.
'tftto /"ormali.,.M of s-al.x <">r <*r-nsls, tuti-n,
attiji.1?-:^','n ehildh.od'l will) lacking of the,
nose, must ,not be nvei'^kj"' -"*s ���'* ���r<���\
of iioe^blc-eji. Walchriilno!-"' iVff lK.' !'��"
quired-to .pi*nvvw>Y the forini'ii "'' 'Jl nu
uuforlunato hab'i'l. ?;iit the affected 7v'f*
miM also ho IroatOii _ with ointment "."
other ��i'ntjle moans of ;iiv.pljn:;.
uvWA V. j'��iiAo * 7f7f��27:Ab:l-
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.Tn'cw ly built. Jirst-cIas.-T
in (ivary respect. Ail
niodorn, convemioncos.
Laige. sample rooms. Fire
jji-oof 'safe. Freo 'bus
moots all trains.
Lndee sauic manageinenl;
^* Ci-i      "*"'!"ST"!'5*5     1 "\!> l'^V '
l\'ew(y B\iill.
pghted by'Elpctricity
" Throughout.
\i~t 17
IS   Lj.-^j
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est Crnr.c'cof ,
Wines, Liquors e.r)
<>-oo-o- o-o-o- (2ff-o- a-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o-o OCK> OOO <
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Sir Wilfrid L.���ri.r.���d Hon. .W. M���l. d^.L^,^1,r '^���,   ""*
ock,   Mr. Ralph   Smith  expressed   liis !n,'ry<'<1 ,!,���,' siMfn" "" " ,,,>x- ""t-omfort-
-ppnriat,��� of ��,0ffw  f.,r  t���e  kind | 't^l^f^ ^J ���S'?
expressions   which   had    been   made. J fSp:-M' I'fl0,Uraw -"""I repli,.,j u,.M  j {yn's
Personally, he ��-.-�� uf the opiniun   that) 0/'Z cX^ ' P'^'rn'd ii,(> ".cloty
ithe leaders of the great political parties j   *  -���	
.-should be brought into direct   contact1! B' C' Prov-nci'a- Exhibition.
������with the le-iders and kbor.    Misunder-f      ,. 	
-landings  bad   too  often   existed   he ' - Tu'kJ;1* wiH  h(' *"\d Ht R^vel.-.toke,
Sloxi:, ['roprieLor..',;
��iK'S,, d. r u-::v illy
j'Anfnc i/c*!ilril,rLrni7icclTeaLccl
Ailrnirnl Portcv a>; ,'i fini^^r.
'That .'-.dniH'.al Porlei* wa:* not'afr.-iid to
ibrsrve the in1 of an  lui'iropitious  paient
���flonbUcs^ rni'-ed'him in tho esteem of his ���
ladylove.    A\'hen a luidshiiiman on boaid
tlie llairship of a coirmfidorc wlio wn-. :ie-
coTiijiaiaivTl h.v his 'family, which included
-ouiik ?.ind Jovely'dsiii'-hler, younu Por-
a "''""ved   no , parent.-;.! .commands   to
t,,J.   ., *     The orderly -.was told not
friu'h'te'n him        "''-"bipman  t<j filter  the
to'iilh.w 'tlip'p-i,,        ' '*cnhi?:vioy. , ;
cabin without sijecia; , "    m���axci\   ,lo 1
Vouim'   Porter!   liowt>ver. .
��   ' .i\(M-.,yJ:>u;j;. aiul. furnished "
* ; ^Llddl1 _amI  h'^L ���^'j-'l^Hccl^bar
(   : . : .in tho city ...       - -","'"-'"i     .
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' C5 Jfl^^j^ Strsot^Revelstoke, B. C.
hi      *�� s b ������* ^ ^ ������ ������-    ^d1 v
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^     Wvt i-yni*n;V'V;.,V.,rM''S!!1'''!7t' "'   !,,:,,li!>' ;md ,,,h(J'' (���"n.ilur,-,
p rfI     Vuvnhm-Q and .Undertaking,"
UyB? kcpzmng & Upholstering Done
'. ��� T   n
ncorporated 1895.
"10.      O.IJ0 U
oveen leading public men anfi tbe
������leaders of labor. Jle was convinced
���that in Canada the labor movement
'had made a determined start.    Hebe-   pMVATK   2S*L*R8IN*(J
from Oct. 1st to 'Snl, good to rvtnrn up
to and including Oct. Sth. at SJ3.55 for"
(he round triji tn Xe.w Westminster,
coiitiiino his visits to bis fair ,
bright moonlight nii.'!!t (he conuni,.,
ronsinjr up from .an after dinner nap.' discovered youm,' Porlcr and his sv.eelhe-n t
behind one of tho windows of tlio stem
"Yonnu-* man," thundered the commodore-, "liow did'you* enter (his cab'n?"
Tho midrdiipinair replied, "Tbe orderlv \h
not to blame; 'I came ovvv tlio 'mi;<;:on
ciiains  and  through   the  quarter  trallev
^aweoii, f.. lj7.       Vancouver. B, O *
/ '5i;'<-���!^AX!),J0i;!!i*|;80y
/J���l ��� A dR.'T~"t,--rs:
licvc-J a fuU���,l,uion had been laid upon I f u,W �������� * * "^^
i-easjn, iateg,it.y (im]  jlls'ticp   anfJ s ]dl | ' , Soinol^pS,/;!^' ^^^c .\IuMiipmn.,   Porter  thron.h   ,l,o   hai
|lu;1Ifr f|,        ' '   - ' ' Adflro-.   .\.ji, ciroof the Ma 1.0/Jlrr. ' nnf'(> "r ���hp n'"]��� ���* rvsrirl.u-lv a Imi'vd
be.ug the, cn-p. no was   confident   of   a'   :/_dL 1- to viuii the cabin, and on the'sh ..ds ar
]f {*�������' '������^sf^S;ff, s;S:��^,SS^iK?>'*-1
;   n ' if(     * or- tv   ,5-���--'
-J   i-h    </'    Jffvyf j      , i .<
favorable outcome. ., it w��s to thelaw-'i
makers of   Canada"   that   labor   mm!       *?^-*%$����<&S^-
rival   home   Hie   m:.rw.,oC.   too]-   pj,R.(..".
i-iegis!orr.d Trademark  (iSunset."
i ff ijidiSiiliL SUPPi,rcii. (LIIITBD).
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w '-������ ���.' '-^ O J V t R,    B.  C.
a Sd;f SSaH^^i
are ?,1m
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il   .ui
'dicn ' inn.
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,'d���      l'��-,"'|s,*""'��  "'   "inetr mile- ,,,,,1-f <������      ���'������"���"���'"'.   "������"- I 1-" ' O   ll-l   /,;,   11, .  ,7,   ,,;
:put,cular reference to doing away with    ^^
���"the -.weatmg system, (he   Conciliating   t,on- '���".,���...,,���   ���,,���,
act and the fair   wa^e.   re.solution,   and
complimented the go-eminent for   thc
appointment of men favorable to labor.
e also rcN-iTc-l to    (he   ''oxernmnnt'-'    ��    0,1h'.;V;tor'*'fU'V "otilled that tciuler-* will not,
1 ,     -    , "i.ii.-iil..    })('coii^ili-rer! unless m;ifl(j on  the or: nt.-rl for-
hearty approval of ( ,�� ���,������������ |;i|J(1|       j.    Hipidiwl. and -ftfne*J   with  their \nna\VjnZ
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give n; Jii^ jifiiJn,,-,_���*
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Sir Charier?   Tupper htigrnalizori  the    ���       ,       ,   . Ai-l'mx .Sccivl.n-y.
."mM.-rthc.��nl,.���o,.H...l,ieilKwt    Xt^tX^'
corrupt man LliaU-vei-disgraced public      Xcwspapei-s insor.,i���K    this   advorCi^neid,
Jifv."   U( cour-je every body kuWa ��ir   Jv! b'?pid?wit,t���' f''U'" t,,��.V*!i��ViaM.?iii. win
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forward uill, |���. ���?,., n,     jjr. ��� .,, ���.,���,.,   , |
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when  his  leeMi  *-| .,-���.,���   ,���,���,���   ,.ip .,���   ;
��� nnd ;,c fell  l,acl<wanl  (Tom  his' ��-)iair'lo
.ttje iloor. brcakiuK tu's.* coiid(������ (".-."
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And   l*'.*
Or l":i !
as i.iouai.iias
Ai a rolm.
!iwi,ip hini, and the --ill), ali.i'hc I,
���i\\:i\.    I'cpi'm'i/iii iii.r.
tliou dene y.itli tlii-,, thv i.ilust d:
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from   theci
.ilest day,
Vi hat   have   been   ita
"7-,1'ss Norwood--
do you want to km
���i" li/mii-
ii, nothinu," I
id iu
��   ->���   ��   ��   ��   **   ->   ���"���   *   -"*���    �����    *f    "���    't-    S   S   j>   a   o.   .0.   2   S   ��.   if   -o-   �����   ij.      J.   a   ��   *     .     -j.   .j.   *   ->   -3
if.   ii-    ->   ->
��� w���f��.M=i. 5*_V
;v=- ^*fer^*1fe*;*1^-?i,ferft*fe-��5u.-'?:"^r->.v
suppose  she   jrnei;
somebody, doesn't
down   town   to   meet
thy  thoughts as docds,   fur such  they
". Ihy heing for its final part
i!i_- iininoi'tdlilies.    llsst scarred thy sou!
r':.,\k',il tov.-ai-i| beauty .-inc-e lhe dawn?
lic'.cccu Luutk Turner in Methodist llasa-
�����-���H>-& -^-��-����-O-
Y How a Chicago Mr.n Cr.vc-da Giil From,1*
:cn Unfortunate Marriage.
As   I   was   Jeaviii;;  thc   ollice   Baxter
called to mef.lhat 'if I was going to*walk
Lome he would go with me.    1 was goim;
to, walk, as I always do oa nice days, but
I was not anxious for his company.    I
.cvuid not think of anylhin.u" that  would
turn him off, however, so I replied, wilh.
what heartiness   I  could  summon: -'"Ail
right.    Come"ii!o:i::."
, The reason for my not' wanting him or
any one else .with nie was an absurd one.
and   I  had the grace to be ashamed ,of
myself   even    while   acknowledging    its
weight.     For the la��t  month   I  had  be-'
fame *.\*1oI'ishly in love with a giil  I did
not know, and the only time I saw her
was in the afternoon oij'Mieliigaii avenue,
when J was going back from town and
she w��s coming down,    1 did not,always
meet hpr, but 1 always hoped to when I
left the oflice,  and   I diked  to  bo  alone
when  I   passed  her.1   Absurd' as it  may
seem, another person always seemed  intruding.    Therefore I 'cursed   IJaxter inwardly,  nnd   talked   business   outwardly
as we left Jaekson boulevard aud turned
into Michigan avenue.
'   It  was a  l:eautii*i:l  autumn  afternoon.
'The grass in lhe paiU was still green, anil
a fresh, exhilaratim: b:*ee::e blew iu from
��� the lake.    She could cert a inly  not   tub's
such a day fur her walk. 1 argued, am!'*
fixed' my eyes 0:1  the s'seam of poopl
"Her brother, I suppose?"
"Hasn't any brother."
T had gone too far to* back out.   "Who
does she go to meet, then?"
"She goes to walk home with her sister,   who   studies   at   Ilie 'Art   institute.
Aiid   now   I   should   like   very   much   to
know if Miss Norwood has ari-.u-ed you:*
interest merely through her bein*,- an acquaintance of mii-o.    Thar conclusion"!-,
flattering, but d-v.hf!'i:l."
v   To wajk home with her sister?    In a
, sudden  bui"--t of joyful-con'idoueo I  told
him what had been going on inside of me
for the last monih.    I 'used extravagant
language to describe my state of mind.
I colored every trivial incident to produce
the rose coloied effect of roiii.-ip.ee
Y\"c bad reached Twentieth street and
'���lopped on the corner where our ways
divided. I looked at Baxter aud saw tli.-.t
he was amazed, as 1 had been a few moments liefoii1. . u
'���'.'.'bat's why I wanted to bear your
E-torr and also why I didn't hear it ���be-
c-ui-.se I'v-j 1 sj.--L the little head I' ever .bad
o* ���*������ y mi-' 3Ii.-j Norwood."
"And so i:'s von!" exclaimed dim.
"Well, I never!"     ��
"You seem to'enjoy being my-lei ions,"'
'I repbed, annoyed at another such remark from him. "Is (hat connected with
n story which I* am not to bo allowed lo
bear?" ���      ���
��� "I'll walk along villi you. I suppose
you ought to .know." YYe turned in'.o
Twentieth street. "YYhnt I tnld you before was simply this: ' JOtheU Norwood is
(ho most ungrateful girl in the world.
We've always 'known each other, went
to school together, in the beginning, and
all that. ' 1 never cared for any older
girl. , Well, last summer sho'tnld me that;
-.; 1
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t it  ��
1- ,?  5T
���f&'i? s2&
I'.ast me on ihi-
ik. lry
gare in
(lowing, Meadil*
ing to'catch a g!i*.n|ise of a trim
ji gray walking suit.   "     ���
I had often wondeicil where she went
every afternoon and even planned to f;l
low'her,  but   I   was positively  timi-l  i'.i:
c   once'and   afraid   to   i!::>.!:n   a*i ��� advr.uei
which would give me iut'-i'miaii.-n r.'.-m
my unkuinvn. - I'dasibly she went to nee"
and walk back wilh a l-'iver. a b:*ot!:.���:��� ��� ���
n husband.    1 was'rather bu lined, t.��* 1'
brother' idea, though  1  d ia'i  know w!i;-
She did not look married, and why shmiir
such a giil.caie enough' fir ai-y man 1
meet bimand walk home with hir.i.V    Nc
, I was convinced  that im such  foil unit
creature existed.
'" felie wore a l.l.nl*  lial.  tilled over��lie
, ���fo.rebead,   and   she   always   gave   me   :���
Quick, comprehensive Im I; from'i::id-r it
(is   we  pa.-sed.  . As   I'm-  me.   !   Idccd   in;,
eyes on li'cr. and never took iheni ol'l" un
til she had gone I y: it was only by a ��u
perhumnn cfl'ort-of will power liiai -I did
not liini and stare tifler 1 er
\Ye nsuajly met ii"ar 'i'welfth si reel
but today we had 1 cached Sixteenth am'
I had given i.p hope, when 1 saw lie
coining towaid us. r>axtcr' was ici'.in*
mc some trouble1- of his. for I believe li
mi-to \i my s'.l nc-.- for syiu;i-,.lliy.      ' -
\A'e were uetir'y opposite In her befon'
Baxter saw I er. at il:c same e*.<!::*en-
that she saw liim.' She lowed aud s-uilei'
���I had never s* en her smile b**l'o;c--rr j
just one little corner of thai on.' b.'l- u0- <J
to me and wilh it lhe swi'desi of gbv.if j.s
that set iny heart beating idiotically.
Suddenly I realized that my tivJv.vivi'
companion had not spoken *t. Word sitici
his muttered '-Ho.w.',],*) yo'ti do?", I looked at IjiUu. ' tifs', fiico was profoundly
K\bomy. ���;������'���"       . <>    ,
7" ".What's the maifer?" I asked. I fell
��� good until rid enough to talk lo any one,
jjnd I suddenly ccn-eived ii_ great interest
iji Baxter. --lie could telj. iii��. who, she was
���ljerbapfS '1,,'e tlie 1,1,1 en us iu tium of my
"Did you s:-e that girl I lowed to just
now''" he said.
"The one in gray? Yes. I noticed her."
.'Tv'ell, that's she.' She's the oui'."
, "What one? Whom arc you lalkiug
about?" I was at-a loss to accoani for
his tone of gloomy ciniih.-is.is.
"The girl I Wit*-1 telling yo-.l about.' Pirn-
H.V We should Im ye met her just as I finished; YYolJ, you can sec for yoursc-i/d
that she i.s pietty."
I   looked   at   Jim   Maxtor  in   absolute
nmazenient.    ' '   '"'
"When did you toll, me, this history you
are alluding iff. I, 'spoke ealiniy.-'bu.t I
was agll.afo<l Tluuie was some:him: the,
tiiattei; wilh one. of* us. and the effci ( of
ijny question on .li'in. showed tli.it th. re
\vns no quesiioii hi, |:is uiind as lo whii h
Of- U*" it was.
*'\Yhen did I tell you? For hoav.-n'.-*
sake, Ray. do you mean to tell mc that
you haven't heard what I've been say'n*,'
for the last mile? You bad belter consult a specialist if you are subject to su- h
attacks of mental aberration."
"I didn't hear 11 word." I said humbly
"To tell the truth. I was thinking si
hard on a certain subject that my m'nd
was incapable of taking anything el e
Tell me again, and I swear 'you'll have
my undivided attention."
"Thanks, but I won't trouble -you.
That isn't the sort of sloty a limn cares
nbout dwelling on, you know. And. cone
to think of it, it's better lhat no one
should know about the business anyway."
In vain I assured hini of my interest 'n
his affairs, of my desire and abili-y iy
help him if he needed help. IJ,.. -\\;*i:;iil
tell  me nothing.     What  an  uti'.:':i'ii-!r;itill
ehe was engaged lo Tom Camp. Know
him? Ho fives'in Boston 011 d visited
some people- here last spring. If (here
ever was a villain in these commonplace'
times, he, is one. -I loid Ethel so, and
she dared ine to piove'it. I was in col-
lego willi him, and I proved something
about him .even lo her satisfaction. She
broke her engagement and told me she
never could be grateful enough to me.
She continued lo treat me as though I
were the one thing necessary to her happiness'until I became convinced'that I'
had only to declare myself to receive my
reward for, saving her from that fellow.
I spoke last night. ,and she turned me
down without asking for time to consider
even; said she liked me. though, and
thought we were just good friends."
I tried lo feel sorry for .Jim and snv
Eoniolhing appropriate.' hut I couldn't
think of anything. i
"But'the worst of jt'was that when I
tasked hei" if''theie was any one else she
said, 'Well, no; not exactly.' And then
she went on ami told me that she was
wry much ashamed of die 1-self, hut sdie
believed she w,as half ii^ love with some
one 'she didn't even know; saw, him every
day and looked forward to meeting him,
and a lot of that sort of stuff. I was
disgusted and told her so aiid that iho
fellow was probably some one not worthy
of tying, her shoes. She said she wasn't
afraid as, long as she had me to'rescue'
her? Then ,1 'left; feeling pretty
And now it turns out to be you
tell me lhe same thing."
My feelings were i!|?de*-i.1.;b,1|!|(, ���
"There's only yi,d .,,:.,��� ,/. ^ to (]o
-bo n good L.��';,Wi .,���..,.- ��� suUl
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fine quality of our work**that?s why we
are always busy. Cheap and inferior
printing" costs the same as good printing,
therefore why not get the best. Our
prices are always reasonable. �� if in need
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we are never too busy to attend to all orders.*sf
.ml you
won't  do  it,"   Koi.-i
;j-.s y-r,:; fee)
��� 1,
��� IU ��*���
"Yery well; .ij��5*:: ;j..s- y-r,u fee) about it.
\\Y pi.v^-jUdj-.. have o;i:er i:n?!::al r.e-
o^u'-.ii.a.uii'os.''' I renlied iin::< lialaut'.--.
'..Yoiii being an old family friend, '-on;.I
so easily lake me 10 call, but of course if
I you don't want' to"���
"Oh, I suppose-1"'!!' !!��*.ve to." sronn--;'
Baxter. ' "She'd mr.ke hie' anyway on
some pretext or other,.".fler sceiiig us lo-,
gellier." '
With this ungracious < onsen! I was
satisfied. Inside of a wee!; 1 had r.mr
her. If I had thou.-.:!?'. 1:-. r cliar:::i::u- <���:���
the street, I found her iu hei own home
utterly bewitching." 1 am waiting'fur a
decent and reasonable length of tim-j tn
elapse before telling her wliat'.slmt-'-a-.i j
see if she isn't blind. I am net lilin I
cither, nnd yet I'try to remember how
mistaken .liui was aboui hen- feeling lot
him tuH1 not let myself he ton sure.
I   am   sunv thimii/i. .that   "ha  i-.-vcr
looked ri   l'axt.cv- I lie  v
nie sometimes _ v, \w,\   I
avenue, and turn to wal
���vtiihicago i\'c\-s.
meet   her on  li
k l**:c!- wit'h, !l
Kootenay Railway & :
. Navigation Coinpany
o '
Limited. r [
Opcratinj? Kaslo & Slocan Itnilway,
International Navigation & Trading
Royal Mail Lines.
Cheapest Route to tlie Old Country.
ALLAN LIXE-From Jtontrcnl
ParNinn    ���---"'       ��� Aug. 25
Tunisian  ���
:cp. I
Schedule of Timo���Pacifto Standard Timo
,    Effective. Fob. 1st, 1000.
Kaslo & Slooan Railway
I'assengcr train for 'Sitiidnn anil wny si at ion-'
leaves Kaslo nt 811.111.! dally, ictiirnlng, loaves
Satidon at 1.15 p.niM.iU'i'iving at Kaslo 3.55 p.m.
V."cii:i!;;*lo:-r   '::"(.it ViJtorla-
Napoleon   was  fi!1,1.!   wild   f-.::.-.-  af  u;s
' .hrolhei1 for ilie.rcMdts of Vl'toiia. but lie
iiirtrueded   his  mini-iiors  to  >ay  thai   "a
���somewhat   brisk
]J^i Daily.Service Jetweeo Atlantic and Pacific. ��� l
I BIntcrnatienfti Navigation and-Trading"
.    S Company
Operatiiif? on Kootenay Ijiikoand River.  .
S.S. Intkhnationai, leaves Kaslo for Nelson
ut (i i-L.111. daily except .Sunday; returning, leaves
Nelson nt 4.:*0 p.m.. ciillintr at. Hal four. I not
Hnv. Ainswoi-tb, end all way-points; connects
with S. I'd & N. train to and from Spokane, at
Five Mile Point."
eii:".a;*ei:i( :n    wit!i   t!i"  i
Eu.i,'!i^li took place ,*
both sides lost ci*u.*:'
inies, however, cai 1 h ���
in which they v,e* 1
enemy seir.ed a!,- h-
were left  v. ttiumt ie.
;   \'iit<:ii,'i  in  v, hie!)
v.    "'::.���   [���'ic-fi, ::���-.
I out t!:e i:invemi i*,!1*
i-;:.*r::ue,L but 1 :���'
'iild   ;.rii:is    v. !::��� li
n;s :,t   \'!i|-:ri:i. ;; nl
it is these ^h-tt the i.'/.:ii-b a:e t:yim: '.<>
pass off as a;*li!Ie:*v e.iiiiun'd un li:e l,.:r-
tleficld."' -
One of the most i::iporia::l cnptn:,#s of
the battle was a mn-s of ilaeuuicut.-* f;-ri::i
the archives of Madrid, im bidii1-* -^
great part of Xapoleuu's i-ect-r| <;rv:7-
spondeiicc���an invr.hmbh* r.ddltimt vx bi---
Napier's snmmi'is up of the resuhs i.z
the battle reads:
"Joseph's  rei'./.i   v.-.'
had  fallen   from  bis
l-'ii--' da^ sleci .tsoii all irnius. TourN, <mis
;,.-- l.'cvci.-t.Mce. aily fo- St. Pi ..1. l''ri<h.y*l'oi-
.Miiiurciil anil H ston. Siindiiys,o: Wecliu sdaj's
:��.r '! iirunto.
iTe.pro'.c^ i'(..!:iic: tingserviu   Lo and from.
.-.: DAILY  TRAINS "^"est
..I OT.
M  IV,
V.cvf-tokc nVn' s
ILcvcMoko     ' 'V. 3
Ty and. i'i om Koou.'(j'';' Point--*
over;   the- <-scrri
fool I had been!
I  liad'mis'scd,
, ''', '���nance
to learn all about her'.'iiiii),'! iiii;,'lii ne'vei
get 'another'. '        '   '
1 "At" least   tell  me  her name,"   I   saiil
Qu?lk iu.de^vi'iUiyii-
AmU sftt-r
years of toils a:;d  eomliars.   v:hieh  had
been rather admired 'ban un*.!":���;*.-;:,'lod. ijv
JJu*,-!is]i ���:( neral, < mcr-riu*.- fi-om the cii-i.,,-;
i "o'i"  the  [,c:ii:i>r.!-i   ���iTru.-.'ul,-. st'-o-! n:i  thv
i summit/if tl.e i!yre:i"i's a ii'C'v.'.iizcd
j qi'eror.     I-'n-ri the-e  lo!ty  |'ii;a,.( |p^-
Lardo-Duncan Division
PteiU'icr Alberta leave-* Kaslo for Lnrdo and
ArgoiiU at -":'50 l>.ni. ^V'cdl)es(ll���,.vs.
Steamers cn lint, lirinoipul landings 111 both
directions, mul nt. other points when si*,'iiiilied.
Tickets wold to*a 11 points in Canada and tne
United States.    ��� ..,,,�� ,-
To  ascertain  xate.s   and   full   Information.
''ambroiirin        ,     -
UJJJAVKlt LINE-From Jioiitrcal.
Lake Superior        ....
Luke Ontario'
Lake Chaniplaiii    ��� ,    ���
J.ukc "Met'iuiLic  ���   .'���      ���      - .   ���l
Paisciifrcrs tickolcd throiiKb to nil parts of
Great Hritiu'n and Ireland, and nt specially low-
rates to nil parts of the Kuropciiii contmciit.
Apply to nearest railway or steamship n^eiii or
to ,  '
T.  W. BRADSHAW.  Agent.  Rovelstckc.
1 '
8 tf
Manager, Kaslo, I J. C.
, Canadian Pacific Navigation Co. Vi
"���.I'll v.
III -1,'rcnt,
"Iti-veNlokff brr.-Jl.Oil ,
' ��. i^-':f< mil l
itv'u'H'.oi,  . or*
fjtll iiiforinat ion apiily
clai 1:0r ol. In
loud, an.] iln
pea led ."..-, a ,' ii
nations." ���Slop!1.
I: u.npe!1
>. Iili.i'.l   .:
e (
dear aud
!-i^  !:.:,!::, ,:.,-
���*:i   l ���   w: : ��� :,-
e    iu     Lipi'in-
C .Si. COY1.E,
A. G\ P. A,,
Vaneoyyer, D C,
\v. f, ANDi :rson.
T. P.. A.,,
Nelauj s B. C,
Plcaincrs for "U'rnnir-"*!. .Iniicnti and SkiiK'vay
. leave Victoria
Every "Wct-lnepday at 8 p. nl.
and Vancoiivpr
Every Thursday nt 2 p. m.
^....jncrH for Northern  Ibifihh Coliiinbia ports
1  'cave Victoria nnd Vancouver weekly,
ltnte.-'. tste.. on npplicntion to
(Setiertil Paxsciiger Agent.
Vjoiorin, 13. C.
,,  S. S. "Lardeau."
Iiiiiiniiif,'.between Arrowliciid anil Tin 111-011 -"
Landing comiiicnciiiy .June IU. I'M), will >nil a-
follows (weather perinittiiiK):
Leave Arrowhead for Thomson's Laialii*,:,'
and Comn-ilix at 7k. daily.
Leave riiom-'on's Lnndin^r and C't.'iuapii v for
Arrowlieiul at 17k. dail\, connect iii",' 'with all
('. V. ]'. trains and boats.
' The owners reserve llic.right lo change lime?
of sailings without notice.
Mann-jhiK Dinctor,
Highest Cash Pric*1. Paid for
All slihniieiit- are examined by mi; a   ���
soon ns Iliey arrive.    Proirpt retoi n<- ik   |
sored.   Pries are too  bi|jli   to  wnriniit
holdiin-' poods  fur any lei-glli   of tinn-.
Yoii  should keep   polled on  the n turns I
you get. front   ���
P. O. Pox Wit Agent, fo
Winnipeg, Ken
ill   1 nc 11 11,1 un  H
ji* .las. I'l'.ioa     \
iwmiMwiiiLMLMwiiammimMmum^^ THE KOOTENAY MAIL  thai if  you want lo get a  first class assortment of  *^&-^&jn:*J7s..<4J7$-&-^tt  9  | DO NOT FORGET  ���������9.  <?���������  9.  %  * -  ���������f  s  3  if  PERFUMES J  I  I  i  says it cun be stated with authority  that the labor men of that city will not  lend any assistance to the movement.  I TOILET     ..  WATERS  BRUSHES OF  At the Epwprth League on Monday  ?$ie,xt the Rev. S. J. Thompson will deliver a Lecture on The Life of Henry  Ward Keecher, America's greatest  preacher. This is an interesting and  thi illing lecture one of Mr. Thompson's  best. It was given four"times in Vancouvei' with large and' appreciative  audiences.  9  $  9.  if  9.  $  9.  ���������%  9.  <?���������  9.  $'  I  J  I  ALL KINDS  and ��������� all    toilpt   articles.  "You can get the vary best'./?  at the ���������?.  LCanadaflrng&BookCo!  9.  I  4  Revelstoke   Station  In commenting upon the choice of  the Conservative conventiou last week,  the Inland Sentinel says : " We take  it that in nominating Mr. A. H. McNeill the Conservatives were actuated  by a desire not to allow the constituency to go by default. . None of the  recognized standard bearers of the  party were piepared to undertake the  arduous and quite hopeless task of contesting the constituency with the Liberal candidate, particularly when that  candidate was to well known and  tried a Liheral worker, as Mr. W. A.  Galliher, President of the Nelson Liberal-Association."  LOCAL AND PERSONAL BRIEFS  11.   u.  coast.,  Dier   left last night for the  ��������� 1.0. McBean of Carnes Creek is in town  this week.  Miss Pettipiece returned last evening  .from Ferguson.  N. If. Caesar 'caine down  yesterday  from McCulloch Creek.  Fall Fairs. ���������  Tickets will be sold to the following  points, single fare for the   round   trip.  Ashcroft on Oct. 2 and 3 good to return up to the 5th.'  Enderby on Sept, 2i and 25, good to  return up to the 27th.  Kamloops"on Sept 25,. 26-and 27,  good to'return up to the'27th.  Vernon on Sept 25 and,26, good to  return up to the 27th- :.  Tick-its, to Provincial Exhibition at  New Westminster will be sold on Oct.  1, 2 and 3, good to return up to the  8th at $13.55 for the round trip.  CERTIFICATE OF  IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  ��������� Seattle. Mineral Claim, situate in tbc Revelstoke Mining Divi-don of West. Kootenay.  Where loomed, on Lownio Creek.  Take notice that I. .1. M. Kellie. free miner's  ccrtilicate Xo. J". loii',17, intend O'J cbiys from tlie  date hereof to apply to the Alining Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvement for tlie purpose of  obtaining a crown grant of (be above cloiin.  And further take notice Unit action tinder  section ."'7 must be commenced before 1 lie issuance of such certifiatc of Improvements.  Dated,this 2-*nd day of August, 1900.'  J. M. KELLIE.  CERTIFICATE OF. IMPROVEMENTS.  .VOTICI*.    '  Hard pan Miil'-rat Claim, situate in the Kevelstoke Mining Division of West Kootenay.  Where located, on Carnes Creek.  Take notice that I. J. ,M. Kellie; free miner's  ccrtiHC-Uo Xo. 1*. 1531)7, intend, sixty days from  the date, hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for thc  purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of' thc  above claim,  ., And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvement1-;.  Dated this -'Sth day of July. 1000.  J. M. KELLIE.  For Sale  Our livery' and freighting business  with stage line and .mail contract in  connection, including 45 head" of  horses, harness, saddles, stages, freight  wagons and ore sleighs.  Any part of above sold to suit purchaser.    For particulars.apply to "  CRAIG and HILLMAN,  Thomson's Landing, B. C  tfatfatfatfa ^^^^^^^S^Si^lh^.^^i^h4h^^^^^S^Si^^  X   ���������   ���������    *    ���������    ���������   ���������   ������   +   ~ ~ ^ ~ 'V ~   **  ~v ~ ~ ~   ���������?��������� t T f ~ ��������� T -v t  Goods at Your Own Price.    |  <& q ���������T, "  ���������<&��������� 25 Per Cent Reduction on  f|? Ice Cream Freezers, Refrigerators', Water Cooler and Water  tfa    ' 7 Fi,ters> Screen Doors and Windows;1 Lawn Sprinklers, Coal  A Oil Stoves. ' " , '  $ All First Quality Goods.     Make a Note Of It. $  <j������      a. ���������.������   ������������������������   , $  | W.   M.   LAWRENCE, %  <fy HARDWARE       -       STOVES',   -       TINWARE.     '-|w  rJ**  tfa  "5"'  <#'  GREAT CLEARING SALE AT COST PRICE  FOR CASH ONLY  Flour, Wheat, Shorts, Bran,  /    ,     Familv Groceries & Farm Produce.  ������������������    ���������  i '  Savage Bros., Second Street.  Miss, Alice Northoy came  up from  ltosslaiul Thursday.  George  Hitch it*   was  Coinaplix this week.  in  town from  '   Mrs.   .).   (J.   Hutchison"  number   of   exhibits   for  Ann fair on Wodiiesdav.  left1 with a  the .Salmon  Lieut. Iltihson, who has ju-jt returned from the  Orient,   was a  oh No. 2 this morning.  passenger  Services in the Methodist Church on  Sunday al tliCrtii.sual hours, the pastor  will preach at both services.  Rugby Football;    '  TliPi-e will lie a rugby football match  on   Saturday   next   on   the Gun Club  grounds.    Kick oil' at 3:30 p. m.-.sharp.,  The   following   havo.  given, in   their  names as players:'  T.  E. L. Taylor,  J.   E.  Taylor, C. McDonald, T. D. Pic-  ard, K. D.. Johnson, J. E..Spurlii;ig, R.  Smythe, O. L. Spence, E. Edwards, ti."  Field; K.  Dodd, Bynis,  J.  K. tweed-  dale,   Dr.   McLean,   O.   Shaw,   B.  R.  Atkins.-A. Clark, M. A. Wilson,'H. V,  Scott,   (*... JBt-ayo, G. Clarke, Heatn', (J.  It. Skpn<������, .1. Graham, II. A. Tinner, G.  Newton,   Toner,   W,     McQuire,     \V.  Wood house, T.  Carey,  P. Donaldson,  Kootenay Lodge  No. 15 A.F. & A.M.  The regular meetings  are hold in the Masonic'Temple. Uoui-iie   JIall,  on  tlie    third  S^sMonday in. each  inontli ;it 8 p. in.  Visiting brethren  cordially welcomed.  II. J: PRATT Secretary.  FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS,.  -"^^^xNOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC.  FIRST   STREET,   REVELSTOKE.  DRESS   WELL  REVELSTOKE LODGE, I. O. O. P., No,  25.  Regular meetings are held  in Odd fellows' Hall every  5^?ff?% Thursday night at eight  ^cgK*&$> o'clock.   Visiting brothers  -   -      JJ^-LSP"   cordially welcomed.  .NVIYKDWAIIDS. NdG."  ' J. A. STONE, Sue.  SELKIRK LODGE, NO. 12, I. O. O. F.  Meets oven- Tuesday  evening in Oddfellows'  -s^wHall    at   a   o'clock,  j Visiting brethren cor-  'dially invited  to attend.  Id IIOOLE\', Nd G. W. MATHIE, Sec.  Lord Chesterfield was undoubtedly- right w|,iin h'e declared his.'  belief that most people formed,some opinion of a man's sense and  character from his dress. The inclination to dress, well is shown  by the number who come here to be clothed. They come here  because of our ability to give them the conect and "proper "ar-"  n-ients. They get the best qualities; the best, trimming : tho  .best work ��������� thc best fit that's to bbjliad.    Tliey get cxclusiVoncss  JV  IB  OZRZESSUULAJSj-.  McKenzie Avenue, Revelstoke.'  ' There will be a shooting match for  a case of pipes at Roy Smythe's shooting gallery to-moirow evi'iiinjj.  President Slia'ughnessy, of the Canadian Pacific Railway, is coming uvj-t  on" Ins annual tour of inspection.  , A. W. Puttee has been nominated as  the laboi candidate for Winnipeg-. He.  will probably lie elected by  tion.  C.   Field,   D. J.   McLennan,  Donald, Dr. Burgess.  W.  Mc-  THE C P. R. STRIKE.  Mr. .Strang Announees'his Decision  Rate of Wages.  on*  iy acclama-  Tlie first uuiuher of the Dominion of  Canada Labor  (Ja/.etle was issued this  Robert'Strang, the deciding arbitrator selected to settle the question of  the C. P. R. machinists1 wagf-s in connection with the recent strike, has "iv-  pii his decision as .follows:  '"The men from Fort William to  week. It, is printed in both languages j Lnggan to receive an increase " in pay  and will be published monthly.     . j of two cents per hour.  - |      ".M������":n   from   La,S(gan   to   Kamlo/.ps,  Rev. yir. McCoy,  ot Vernon, ciirne-j both points exclusive,   and  the   West  up as far as  Revel-rtoke yesterday lo j Kootpnay to receive one cent increase.  'meet his family  who  were passengeis.j      "Men from Kamloops to Vancouver  E. It.  ATKIXri,  C It.  COURT MT. BEGBIE  I. O. F, No. 3461.   "  Meets in thc Oddfellows  Hall on thc second and  fourth Mondays of each  month. Visiting brethren   invited  to attend.  C. \V. MITCHELL,  .      .   R. S.  A.  H. liOLDICM  AXAI-XTICAL CHEMIST A>'I).  d��������� ASSAYEI-5.  Royal School of Mines, London.  Seven years at Morf:i W'orks, Swansea.  Seventeen years Chief Chemist to \\'igan  Coal and Iron Co., TCng.  Late.Chemist and As-ayer, Hall Mines, Ltd.  Every description of assay iind analytical  work undertaken,  TEAi  In-White, Blue, Knk frGreen Tints.  Polished Brass Bedsteads  We  carry   ,-i  full lino of leading  patterns ranging in price from  $6;00 TO $������500  Illustrated circular- showin-r 10'best  patterns, with prices of same, mailed  free to any address.  Weiler   BrOSe,    Complete Furnishers, Victoria, B. C.  Cliiinis examined and reported upon.  ItEVELSTOKK, B. C.  1  t'tom the oast on last night's train.  h \* reported that Mr. Smith Cu td-:,  of Uosslandi will ^o to Europe in"a few  weeks   to   receive   treatment   for   hi-,  hearing which handicap.1, liim seriously  'in his profession and in the House.  M.J. rinel.-ina and R. K'nip-er, of..  Tellunide, Colorado, went up to Suu'ili I  Creek this week for the purpose, -it i-* '  ���������"aid, of collect im,' hi'inlock, lir, pine!  anrl other varieties of sci'cl--.,  to receive two cents advance.  "Rates fov young men who ha*.e  just completed their appienticeship in  the company's shops, and all new men  Pll���������;'al^ed, will be on rate* of schedu'e  hithrrro prevailing hut the , terms of  probation will hereafter be six niont.h������,  instead of a, ypar for new rorn, and one  year, instead of ,two, for young' men  who have just completed their apprenticeship."  J.  W. CROSS, M. D.  SUBGEOX TO THE 0. F. It., CITY HEALTH  OFFICER.     0  Office: Taylor Block, Maokciizlc Avenue.  H  ARVfiY Sc McCARTEH  THE.  nAiiRi.sTKua. soLrciToits, Etc.  OfTicics :  'Mui.saN*.".   Bask   Ili.oCiv,   Uevicl-  HTOICK,   IJ. C.'.  Money to Ionn.  Ofticcf.-; KoveUokn, JJ. C-'.i Fort Steele, ll. C.  Om. S McCArcrKK.    ,       J. a. IIakvhy,  k''.\-i'l-,iok(.', I'..f'.* Kort Steele, IJ. C.  Reception Tor K. of P. Delegates  REVELSTOKE  Jf. (r. Idii'Min. of ('olden, was in (hu  city on WcdneMla-,, looking aftei tlie  lin.-im*1���������u liicli lie has recently acipiiiccl  here, lie Ini.s purchased the .Macdonald warehouse for u store und will  move in the beginning of the month.  The citizen.-, in Xiiktisp talk of or^au  izin-,' a company to pi|je. the watei  irom the Hot Spiin-f-, seven miles h.ick  of that town. The watei carries 127  dexn.'i'.-" of fheat, and hringingi it to  Nakusp would nwk" that town a gieat  health re-sort.--Ledge.  At a mass meeting of  the union in>��������� ri  ���������,nf Rossland on Monday it  was decided  .so far vis  they 'were'crinc-erried. to put a  labor candidate  iu Jhc*  field, 'while on  the   other   hand   the. Neh-dii   Tribune  I  Local   Kn'ght-,  of  Pythias are  pie-  paring a warm  and   hearty  reception  for. thp   returning   British   Columbia  firnnd   r.odge   Represent a I ices  at  I he  refent Supreme Lodge  ('(invention   in  Detroit, Mich.   These are Bros.   If.  J.  Anst.ie and  A. T. Ackerman,   and   Ihe  full   knighthood   roll     of     Granvilio,  Crusader and   Rathbone  Lodges  will  appear   in   festal  array  at  the  Castle  Hall on Friday  evening  next to  wi  come the delegates.    It, is understood  that a  number of New   Westminster  Knights may be expected over to  t������Ke  part in the pleasant ceremony.    Bros.  Anstio'und  Ackerman  will  of course  .Mi'bihifc a lengthy, and absorbing report  on th-fj doings of the Supreme Lodge.  All Knights are requested to attend..- -  News-Ad yerttscr,  Badminton Hotel  VANCOUVER.  RATES   $2.50   PER   DAY.  WAH   CHANG,  UE/VLEIl IX  Fancy Goods, Japanese and  Chinese Novelties and Silk  Goods, Bamboo Work, Ruttan  Chairs, and Crockery Ware,  ALSO  J'Vuiis and Confectionery.  niay be low but nobody sees it, but  it  your elotlies   arc   shabby  that  Your Pocket-book  may be low bn  if  your elotlies  settles it, nobody wnnts to know you"  D Ladies or Gents Tailor Made Clothes  repaired and cleaned in good stvle.  Call or send post curd.  Samue!  Needham, Douglas St.  Established 13 years.  Strictly Union Labor Shop.  " Cleanliness  is next to Godliness."  scavenger  Opposite tlie Posl Office,  Front St. Revelstoke, B.C.  If you   want your  work done in a clean and  economical* way send a  card to  FRANK SAUNDEiRS,  Revelstoke Station.  GIVE US ATRIAL  F.  BUKSR,   Proprietor.  (, > i    ��������� ��������� ���������  Phone   43,  BAUEB & ASHCIOFT,  Work | Dominion and Provincial  Land Surveyors,  CKltTlKICATE OK IMl'ItOVJSMENTS.  MINING dENGINEERS,  Surveyors of Mines, Mineral Claims and Crown  'Lund*,,  VANCOUVER,   B. (J.  N'O'I'IOH.  Alice..Alice I'l-iiclmii, l-tolianza Kin/?, Cvown  I oint, Goucestcp. Last diancc n inoral  cliiinis. situated in tho Ilevelstoke Miniiiir  . "ivision of Wost Kootonav Dlstrirt Wlore  located:   On Ground Hog' Basin  for'rhr wi?- l.,,ftffc J' w!,,,nP1 A- r^auf!r' "Wilt  i  **&��������� lll^.?T?,."T- f,:ee '">ci"s ccrtilicate No  ���������"Q-  J  pcccion  At   must be conimonced   before I ha  issiiiince of sneh .Ortificate of Ininrovcment*  Dated IhiMlltli day of Junc,lt)00.       ^ '       ���������  WILUAJI A. BAUEItr


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