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Hudson's Bay Stores,  ....Calgary....  Haig- & Crage  ,    . "   Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  Three Things-  Price,  Quality,  Assortment,  Enter���������niore largely into the  act of buy in g-than anything  else. If the price is right,  the quality good, assortment  complete, buying is easy.  That is what makes buying easy at our store. We  have the stock and can suit  the wants of all in Dry  Goods, Men's Furnishings,  Hats, Hoots and Shoes,  Clothing,- -Crockery and  Glassware, and prices that  others, can't touch, quality  of goods .considered.  We have elegant lines of  * the best goods at various  pricrs and the latest thing  iu style of desig-u. - This is  just lhe time to buy rubbers  and winter footwear..' It is  a -pleasure for us to show  our good.5-.     s  ARTHUR G. M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister, Solicitor, &c.  Notary Public.  Of.lco npttalra lei Smith's block. I'.icIRc Ave.  Rerelstoke Station. B."  C.  WM.  WHITE,  Q. C-,, .  It/Krister, Solicitor, Notary I1.-iii.ic, Etc  .Reve.'stoke.-B.C. ,  Solicitor for Imperial Hank of Canada..  9otl ei - "    JOHN D. SIBBALD,     ./  Mining and Real Estate Eroker. '  Notary Fublic.  A'cent Ior: Equitable Pavings, Loan A: Untitling  Association.      Fire Insurance, tlie l>e>t companies.   -Office: Fir-t~t.,opposite Union hotel,  Kbvelstoke 'tatio.w  GAMBLE &  O'REILLY,  Civil Exginkeks. Provincial Land  SlJKVKYOK", ' "  fl        Accountants anti General Agents,  KcNon ami Kossland, West Kootenay,  Urilisii Columbia.  F. C G vmrlr. J. P.. M. In-t. C. K., M. Can. Sue.  C. K.. P. Ij. ". for 11. i:.. (late licitlcnt lhi-  ginecr licpartment of Public Works In  Canaela-in H. C.) Nelson, H. C.  ���������=F������ASfii>".lrO,'"ElLLYrA*.*.op7M7Inst. C. E., 1". L.s:  for II. C, Itos-Iand, II. C. Sjlytf  ROBERT  SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood.  Dravlnff nn"  Dcllisry Work a specialty at  lowest pi-ices.  Tcaiiis always read}- at a moment's notice.  Agent (or the S'aiid -.r.l Oil Company.  J.   R. .HULL   &   CO.,  '   Fucces-ors to Hul' nros. " Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  I   Beef, Pork. Etc.  KAMLOOPS   and   REVEL8TOKE.  All orders In onr liuo promptly filled.  The Revelstoke Photo Co,  Studio: Dorcus Street.  Revelstoke,   -    -    -    B. C.  Silt!  In the Matter of the Land Act  Notice I.s herebv given that Michael Grady,  of St. Leon Hoi Spring!*, In the district of  Kootenav, lhe owner of Lot 1138, Group One,  Kootenai- District, will after the expiration of  SOdays from the first publication of this notice  apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and  Works under Sections 91 anel 92 of the Land Act  for the establishment of a public highway  over Lot 1139, Group One, Kootenay District,  according to thu plan and survey of the said  road deposited in the office of the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works at Victoria.  Dated at JRcvelstokc, British Columbia, 9th  Kove.nber.1897.    A, G, ���������. 8PBAflaE.  , of Revelstoke Station, B.C.,  10n9t       Solicitor for the s-ai.i .Michael Grady.  Notice,  Notice is hereby given, that "0 days after  date, I intend to applv to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works to be allowed to  purchase ir>0 acres of land, situated near the  tit. Leon Hot Springs Upper Arrow Lake, In the  West Division of Kootenay District, B. C and  more particularly describee! as feillows: Commencing at a post marked "Initial Post" planted at the s. w. corner of said land; tlience  north 20 chains; thence east 80 -chains; thence  south 20 chains; thence west 80 chains to the  place of beginning.  1 ~ (Signed)   M. GRADY.  St. Leon Hot Springs, fith Oct. 1897. gloctlSt  Notice.  The partnership existing between the undersigned, who carried on business as liverymen  and teamsters under the llrm name of Fleming  A Hamilton, Im*, been dissolved by mutual  consent, as on IRHi November, 1897, all liabilities of the salel firm will be discharged by \> m.  -Fleming, who Is authorized In collect all outstanding debts due to the llrm.  W. FLKMING.  I'. .1. HAMILTON.  Itcvclsto'c Statl'Ui. I".<',-"H"i Sot.'mber.l.".  J.151  Bourne Bros,  Revelstoke Station  Remedies/;'  Griffith's Magic Liniment :  A pnpniar household remedy and a  medicine chest in itself. Cures more  pains nnd stop*, more aches than any  other liniment know u.  Japanese Cattarh Cure     ' .  Cures catnrrh and cold in the head.  Japanese Catarrh Cure has stood tho  tct for over 10 year.s, and has proved to  be the only remedy yet discovered that  Mill positively cure catarrh.  ���������s���������^W. A. Griffiths & Co.;  I'ltl'GGISTS, ItEVKLSTOKHv  Our Specialties are  in Costume Lengths  Men's Underwear  Men's Snirts  Boys' Clothing  Men's    Fine    Boots,   special  makes  Our Motto :  We Sell for Cash  and Sell Cheap.  Stevenson & Co.,  J. F. Doyle, Jlanager.  Union Hotel Block.  Fob your..  Ymas Season  Meats  ��������� FOR-THE ���������  5    KMM^  Olir.ER FROM.,  J. R. Hull & Co.  A   large   stock  of   the  choicest   Beef,  Pork,  Mutton, Venison, Poultry, Fish', Oysters  aud Game in season.  Our Stock of  Beef  We have j.i8t imported .100  head of prime thoroughbred  Hereford and Poll Angus steers  from I-oid Aberdeen's famous  ranche at Vernon. B. C��������� and in  point of quality of excellence  they positively ���������"* cannot be  equalled in the province. These  thoroughbred cattle are the same  as bred in the Old Country to  grace .the tables of- our gracious  sovereign, Queen Victoiia, and  will, without a doubt, satisfy  tie most fastidious of our customers. - A larger. and better  stock of the choicest selected  meats than ours has never been  seen- in British Columbia.  Our Stock of  Poultry  . ."We have just received a. carload, of. poultry^ from Smiths  Falls, Ont., celebrated,thes^'world'  over, for their select poultry.  Our stock in this line comprises  everything requind for the  Chi ist mas" trade. Call aud see  our display.  Our Stock of  Mutton  A carload of specially fed Alberta mutton just placed, iu "our  cold-storage_rooms._The-choic-  eft display ever seen in Kevelstoke.  Our Stock of  Fish  We are receiving daily large"  consignments of the famous  Lake Winnipeg whitefish, the  best in America. We also have  a nice display of halibut, Etur-  gcon, codfish, shrimps, etc.  Our supply of Booth's oysters  is as usual the best in Revelstoke  at the lowest prices.  THE BLUFF CALLED  The great Liberal bluff in this piovince litis bevn culled, .-mil lhe hireling  pi ess of the party is frothing at the  mouth. The disnppointuieiit of the  Liberal bosses and wirepuller-! is quite  intelligible. They thought thoy had  the surest kind of thing, and everything seemed to he coining their way.  British Columbia was'the last province  outside of the Liberal fold. The  Turner administration seemed lo lie  weak and discredited, the opposition  in the legislature appeared even still  feebler. AVhat could be more easy  than to dub tho Turner government  Conservative, to rally till the malcontents round ilie.Liberiil flag, to push  tho St'inlin opposition to the wall, and  SV. ei*p the province with another grand  Grit, victory. That Mr.Turner had not  been elected as a Conservative, or that  Mr. Senilin's followers comprised  members of bolli parties in Dominion  politics, cut no figure with these  ardent votaries of Mr. Laurier, whose  blood had been fired by seeing the  Bleu of Quebec melt, into Rouge, and  who longed to paint the whole map of  the Dominion with their favorite  color.  Accordingly hist May the word was  given to hegin and Bostook's Brass  Band began to. play the new-tune.  The Province led off anil the minor  members of the organization, one by  iine, joined iti." The chief motif of the  performance was lh������t-if the province  was run on party lines then tne people would know.where to place the  responsibility, that Mr. Turner was a  Conservative because'he-littd said so  with considerable emphasis, and lastly  that the next election was bound to  bs run on party lines because it was in  tho nature of things, Lhat it should be  so. The arguments'were not particularly convincing, and ihe response  made. ..by lhe electorate r.ot very  hearty'. So thnt tune was" dropped,  but the desire to add this, province to  the great Laurier triumphal agglomeration -i-ciiiaii'cd.'-'ind - it was" suddenly  die-covered that the ' organization of  tbe Liberal party required completion."  Th'o-wireprillers again set to work 'on  the now tat'k, a convention met, a  central association was formed and  the Liberal treed on provincial affairs  promulgated. All this was of course  carried out without tiny idea of the in-  trodticlion of party politics into the  next (lection. .Oh dear no 1 Pecksniff  is quite shocked and distressed at the  very idea." At the same time of course  all good Liberals are expected to subscribe to the platform. If not let  them be! anathema-iiiaranatha. The  World, the most influential Liberal  organ in the province will have noth-  -'nK-to do with it...Jftst. listen_to -Ihe  house will not weigh much iu tho balance against the advantage to he  gained hy the party of bringing this  province into lino. If anyone doubts  the advantage to the Liberal party of  having the machinery of a province at  their disposal or the unscrupulous use,  which they will make of it, he has  only to turn to the recent political  histoiy of Ontario and Manitoba to be  convinced. It was thoroughly exemplified only the other d-iy in thu bye  clectioii.in Centre Toronto.  The Herald is a Conservative paper  .and in doing our duty to the party and  province iu warning them to be on  their guard, as it has done ever since  the Liberal Convention was first  ��������� noooted, it will not hedetered by the  senseless abuse, school boy tirades  and absurd charges of the Bostock  tinkling cymbal up the street. It  raged and fumed uhen the Herald  opposed lhe open introduction of  party politics into provincial affairs.  Now that this paper has exposed the  more secret and insidious tactics adopt-  by ils bosses, when above board  metods failed, it is fairly foaming at  the mouth. It quotes our warnings  against ils own former opinions, if  opinions they can properly bo called,  when it, was abusing Mr. Turner for a  Conservative and demanding a division  into party lines at the next provincial  election. Tt fails to see that tho  warnings have been fulfilled in every  particular, and that it is its own  friends, who are to thank, tor having  fulfilled them. The'dictatorial line of  autitin. in which they have persisted  -since last May has driven Conservatives to the conclusion that ou theni  as a party will fall the.brunt of saving  this province at the next election froin  becoming a mere annex and sideshow  to the Grit combination at Ottawa.  This is not simply a provincial issue.  It is ti Dominion and national ques;  tion. And ou it the IIerald has  made up its mind to taken.determined  stand, from which all the mud-slinging of the Mail for the next six months  wili not cause it to budge au inch.  The C. P. R. The Permanent Main Line.-  . Mr. Jas. Ross, one. '<���������!' lhe principal  contractors ou the construction'of the  C. P. R. road, who was recently., over  the line in'company with President  Van Horn.*, was interviewed on his  return hy,the.Moiitrcal_.:Gazette. The  representative of "the "Gazette"said :  "Then^the peruiaupiitand.heavy work  .which* the company have performed in  the. mountain sections .of the.road  would indicate that notwithstanding  llio easy gradients of.the'Crow's" Nest  Pass the present will always be the  main line ?"- To this Mr. Ross replied:  " I do not think there can be any  doubt about it, for, even if the Crow's  Nest were bn.lt right- through to the  Coast it. would be considerably longer  than the present load already built."  Game and Venison of-All  Kinds    '  I'ltlCEH KlOIlT.  Mini  I'nEE AND I'BOXPT DF.LIVEBV.  In any.of the  above  articles  we will challenge  any  town  in  British    Columbia  for  a  better  display.  Our increasing business  demands the large stock we have  in store.     Thanking oar  many  customers far and near for  their  liberal   patron age during   this  year, and soliciting their furtner  favors, we remain,  'i  Yours, ctc.,'_  McCarty's >o  Meat Market,  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  F. McCarty, Proprietor.  J. Cowles, Manager. 4dtf  Golden Era on the World, remember  ing that'tho Golden Era is an   elegant  performer on the penny whistle in the  Bostock orchestra :  "The Worlel li as been making a great noise  and abusing the Government because Mr.  Templeton has been made Senator instead of  Mr. JIcLaggan. We desire to-.say that the  action of the Government meets with the full  approval of the Government 3um.orters in this  part ol the country whore the World Is regarded as a time server as shown by its scandalous  support of the Turner Government in order to  get the crumbs that fall from their table. Wc  notice that the World now* takes Its pontics  from the Diuisninir organ at Victoria, and  ridicules the recent Liberal Convention. So  much for its loyalty to the Liberal party."   ~  The -World will not chime in with  the convention. It1 even dares _to ridi-  cle it. Therefore it is n tinieservor, a  scandalous supporter of the Turner  government and disloyal to the Liberal  party. They do not want party politics  in the Liberal Association. Oh no!  At the same lime every Liberal is expected to vote for the platform, and as  many bewildered Conservatives as  they can catch. Then when the time  comes, if the Turner government falls,  the Liberal organization and the Liberal platform will have triumphed and  the band will forthwith begin to celebrate the great Liberal victory.  The Hkrai.d does not believe in  beating the air in politics. The issue  before the electors is pefectly plain, in  spite of all the dust that the pocket  organs of the Liberal party may succeed in throwing up to conceal the  operations of their bosses, between now  and next summer. The Herald is  not alone iu its opinion or biassed by  its adherence to the Conservative  party. The Rossland Record is a  paper quite independent of any party  predilections and this is-what it has  to say on this subject:  " There is but little doubt that the Liberals  vvill put a full list of candidates in the field at  the coming provincial elections. Liberal clubs  and young men's Liberal clubs arc being formed all over the provlncej and the Conserva-  tli.es would have to be politely blind not to see  that they must meet the issue at the next  election.*'  No doubt they will have a full list of  candidates in the field, and uo doubt  at the right time, pretty late in the  day, ti leader will be found for them.  The opening of a sent in the Dominion  REVELSTOKE AND FIELD  The Two New C.P.R. Divisional Points.  The authorities of the C. P. R. have  all but finally fixed upon Field as the  new divisional point, instead of Donald, which will be abandoned. It was  hoped at one time that Golden would  have bc'i'i. selected from its iinpoit.nice  being at the head of navigation of the  Upper Columbia river nnd the chief  town in East Kootenay. Theie wero,  however, ditliculties in the way. The  company do not own any laud or w.itei  rights in or near Golden, tind all these  would require to be acquiied for the  works for the new divisional point.  The chief drawback was the liability  to the station, sheds and shops being  flooded by a sudden 'upiising of the  Kicking Ilorse river. This is inn*, being experienced. The low Hue of rails  and switch oast of the water tank .tie  now flooded.' This makes shunting  difficult and dangerous, .is tats aie  apt to become derailed. The pies-enl  workshops at Donald will be lemoved  to Revelstoke, where new workshops  and stables are nnw'being built, in a  substantial manner, of biick. The  company has plenty of land there,  wliich it can utilize for its ^intieased  buildings. The chunve from Donald  to Revelstoke is now going on and will  be finally accomplished iu the couise  of next year.  At Field there tire already extensive  sheds and stables for the big mountain  locomotives, and not much enl.nge-  ment will -be required. The engines;  will he changed at- Field and Revelstoke. distant from each other 130  miles', and ' this -run- covers both the  passes and summits in the Rockies and  Selkirks." Field is near,the summit of  the Kicking tlorse pass in the Rotkies  aud Glacier House is near the summit  of Rogers'pass in the Selkiiks. The  run throughout will be '/lone hy the  big mountain locomotives.  ~    TERRITORIAL  Ranching  A ROSSLAND TRAGEDY  i Bourne Bros for dress goods.  A. II. Slinn has taken over the barber shop of F. L.'Johnson, on Mackenzie Ave., "anti will put in a supply of  tobaccos and confectionery.-"  Present* indications throughout the  east are fiivor;il>l_____Xor_aJa_rge_____io_v_i>  ment of gold hunters,to the Klondike  next 3'ear, which will hegin in February. The various railway lines are  already issuing special advertising  matter and making other preparations  to handle the increased business, and  the C. P. R. are not behind either.  There are good indications also I hat a  large emigration will take place into  the Kootenays, as on every hand we  find increased commercial prosperity  arid contentment. Kootenay's fame  particularly in tho Big Bend, has only  begun.  The Bishop ^of New Westminster  spent l.-u.t Saturday. Sunday and Monday in town. He celebrated the Holy  Eucharist at 8 a. in. on Sunday and  preached at the second celebration at  11 o'clock. In lhe evening he administered I lie rite of confirmation to  eight candidates in the presence of a  large congregation. Alter evensong  had been sung, lhe Litany of the Holy  Ghost was sung by the kneeling congregation and then after a shoitad-  dress on the meaning of the apostolic  rite, which he was about to administer, his lordship put the solemn question to each of the candidates by name  and then, after an interval- of silent  prayer, placed his hand ou tho head  of each one. repeating the beautiful  prayer provided by the church. After  thecereinony the bishop preached on  the threefold gifts of the Spirit.powcr,  love and wisdom. The singing was  very well led"by the choir and heartily taken up by the congregation.  On Monday ' evening, Dr. Dart,  bishop of New Westminster, gave a  lecture on Patriotism and the Poets in  Peterson's hall. The audience was a  small one owing to the had weather  and ������the fact that other attractions  were on that evening. The lecture itself however was a thorough treat and  the bishop delivered the poetical selections, with which he illustrated his  remarks, in tho most admirable manner, holding his audience completely  spellbound. The selections comprised  the whole range of British poetry and  were delivered without book or note of  auy kind. In conclusion his lordship  gave some reflections on the great Jubilee ceremonial, of which he was a  spectator last simimer and wound up  by reciting Kipling's Recessional with  great effect, liis lordship intends to  return to England lo plead for this  diocese this winter. On his return he  will dedicate St. Peter's church, and it  is hoped will be persuadedto repeat  his lecture. He left on Monday's de-  laved No. 1 for Chtlliwat-k.  Items   of  Interest  from  the  Country.  j  F. M. Gray, a Sandon prospector,  is iu jail at Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, waiting trial for the shooting of J.  W.-Shera, a. merchant tit the Foit.  The Edmonton Bulletin says: As far  as can be learned. Gray wai in a state  of-gicat excitement and as Shot a opened the door to go into the house ������ hei e  Gray was, "in - order "to hi ing" out; a  friend in whose rig he, was driving to  Fort Saskatchewan.-Gray thinking-he  was someone against whom he had a  grudge fired three shots at him. one of  which struck Shera in the light arm  below the elbow. The" bullet .passed  through shattering the small bone in"  passing. Gray was arrested by the  police the same evening.  The town of Wetaskiwin on the Calgary "and Edmonton hianih now  boasts a four column newspapei,  known as the Free Lance.  Donald McLean",*n wealthy sheep  rancher of Moose Jaw,, .N. W. T., has  been arrested at Wiudsor. Out., by a  mounted police officer, chaiged with  obtaining -money by false pretences.  McLean s.-vys he is wanted as a witness  in a ..criminal case, and tin* present  action-was taken-to-get-hiui-hack���������to  Moose Jaw.  Capt. Seger's party with Dr. Macdonald, S. McNeil and others,,have arrived,, at Fort Yukon, where they  have started prospecting. Rumors- of  shortage in provisions pi-evented  their going to Dawson as was at first  their intentions. The party left Edmonton about August 13. They were  fortunate enough to get a lift on a  Catholic mission steamer,-"  School Report for  November.  Lang. II.  W. Beavo.  .    E.   Wood.  E,  Lofsvold, E.  Class V.  Class   IV  Clarke.  Class III.    (Senior.) E  Hanson, A. Mallory.  Class III.   (Junior.)   A.  Hillier,  E.  Hamilton, T. Allen.  ('lass II.    E.  Paget.  E.  Forrest,  C.  Forrest.  Primer II.   (Senior.)   Maud   Hyatt.  Bertha Bland, John Fniscr,  Primer II.   (Junior.) Robert Caillie,  Percy Mallory, Walter Fori est.  Primer I.   W. Clark,- J.  Stamper,  A. Hanson.  B Cliuss.    II. Burridge, V. Perrin. P.  Turnross.  A  Class.    E.   Wood, M. Anderson,  Nicola Procynowski.  POWDER  DAMP   SUFFOCATES  TWO MINERS  The Pope and Peter's Pence���������Falling  Off in the Contributions of the Faith- -  ful���������Silver Goes up Another Notch���������  No Need for Alarm���������Police Will be-  in Dawson by the New Year with.  Supplies.  (Special to tiie Herald.)  Rossland, Dec. 8. ���������M. J. Merry, a  brother-in-law of XV. Mackenzie^  the.  Toronto Stieet Railway magnate, was.  suffocated  here   with   powder  damps  yesterdav.   Merry Inul fired a- round  of holes, and was working in   an  adjoining drift, while the air was clearing.   Shoitly after he and' his companion,  Geo. Catteii.ich,  returned to-^  the scene  of   the   recent  explosion,.*  when   they were   overcome   by  gasr  Merry  falling  over   his   companion's.  body.   Not until three quarters of an  hour were the prostrated forms discovered.   Meiry could not be revived.I,  Cattenach  reached the   open _ air  in  safety, but returned to try and save  his fiiend, when he too was overcome-  Ro3iE,  Dec.   8.���������The  Pope   is  con- "  cei ued about the falling olf of * Petei _ -  pense, the means of   support "of  the  Vatican.   The United States used to  lie the pi intip.il contributors, .but they  aie now indifferent."   Your correspou- "  dent is informed that in a forthcoming Encyclical   the   matter    willA he  mentioned, and  that a statue of Ut.    -  Peter with an alms box will  be put up- *"  in every Roman-'Catholic church.' The~  Pope has given instruction thatVtheie-  shall be" no festivals and rejoicings on  thc.occasion of the 60thi anniversiiiy *  of his intimation.   .This has been done^'  owing to the lack, of sympathy" atid' "  enthusiasm,* says/the^despatch;- dis- *  played on 'the  occasion   of  the  50th  anniversary of Leo XII.      i ~ '       '  "Winnipeg,   Dec.  8.���������There is  no,-  occ.ision for alarm i-egardiug the foodr -  supply at Dawson. , Major Walsh andr  the mounted police will reach 'theie-v  with a large supply by January Ist.  Nothing was s.vid about it l*efort*,'as it  was thought it would cause an unmanageable stampede for Dawson" at an  unfavorable time.,  New York, Dec. 8.���������Closing quota" *���������  tions yestei day were, Silver," ������30*; Cop-"  per, strong, ������10.78; IjCuI. quiet, $3.50.  ���������UUAi  =NAKUSP-  The offices of the Lillooet. Fraser  River and Cariboo Gold Fields. Ltd.,  are almost readv for occupation. Thev  take in the top'flat of the McCarty  block, which n>xs been divided into  three offices, two lOxI-JO feet, and one  30x30 feet in size. They will he handsomely fitted up and furnished.  An artist named Halton hns two  large canvasses on view in the Columbia'House. One represents a mining  scene in Yukon and and the other an  exciting episode in Mr. W. B. Pool's  career as a prospector on Isaac creek  last summer. Mr. Pool's attitude up  the tree is very natural and lifelike, as  is also that of-the expectant bear below. Geo. Chapman's position, dangling from the bending tr p of a sapling,  is full of geure and chiarosiuro, while  Billy Holloway in the other corner is  obviously making the record run of  his life.  H. L. Symons Promises a Smelter Near  the Town���������F.  G.  Fauquier  Wanted -  for Gold Commissioner. ,  Edward C. Finch, who is just back,  from a visit  to Nakusp, teports that,  there is rorsidcrable excitement there,  over the matter of a projected smelter."  H. L. Symons has purchased  20 acres  near the tow n for a smelter site, and  has  also   secured  the water rights in "  that vicinity for the use of the propos-^  ed smelter.   Mr. Symons says that it  is the intention of himself and associates to erei t a smelter  on the site.    It  will be a plant similar in some respetti-  to the one at Trail.   There is plenty of"  ore in that vicinity, he says, to keep a  smeller in operation.    It is thought at  Nakusp that Mr. Symons is connected  with the patties who.ire about to erect,  ti Mnelter and icllnery at Vancouvei-..  This company, it is claimed, intend to  erect hineltei-s at several   points in tho  Kootenay   country,   and   to send tho  product of these plants to. the central  refinery at Vancouver for separation "  into the several metals   that are in the  matte.  A petition ss being circulated at Na-' .  kusp raqucsting that F. G. Fauquier*  mining recorder nnd constable at Nakusp. be made geld commissioner for  the North Kootenayriding. with headquarters at Revelstoke. The appoint-;  ment will be made about the 1st of  J.'inuary.nnd Mr. Fauquier's friends are  confident that he will secure it.���������Nel-.  sou Miner.  DIED  Carlyon���������On the fith inst.. at the  residence of his father. Mr. W. It.  Cailvon, Douglas St., Victoria. B.C..  Chailes R. Carlyon. aged 26.  Death of Mr. Chas. R: Carlyon.  The news of the siidden death on  Monday last of Jlr. Charles R. Carlyon  of this place at Victoria, where he was'  on a" visit to his father Mr. W. R.  Carlyon of Douglas St., came as quite  a shock to his friends jmd acquaintances here. The deceased gentleman  had been in ill health for some time  past and left town for Victoria latt.  Thursday. Yesterday the Colonist  contained the news of his death. Mr.  Carlyon was a native of Union Groves  Wis., and was only 23 years of age.  Ten years ago he became a resident of  Victoria and after. graduating in the  Collegiate Institute, studied law in the  office of Mr. H. G. Hall. He was called to the liar a year ago last August  and since then has been ^practicing his  prolesiion in Revelstoke, wheire he  built up quite a nice practice, in spiti*  of the ill health, which hds terminate I  i in bis premature demise.        '   - HI  BBS  I lltMVVUIsnMinwH,  Revelstoke  Herald  Published in intereets cf  Rjve'.stoke. Lirdcau, Bin Bend, Tront Lake  lllecillewaet. Albert Cinyon, Jordan  Pass and Eagle Pass Diatrlota.  A. JOHNSON Propplelo*".  O. B. OROOAN Editor*.  A Semi-Weokly Journal, published In the  interests of Revelstoke and tho surrounding  district,-Wednesdays and Saturdaju, making  closest connections with all trains.  Advertising Rates: Ditiplay ads. ~1 SO per  column loch,?"" per Inch whon Inserted on title  pan. Legal ads.. 12c per (nonpareil) line for  first insertion; 8c for each additional insertion.  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We now beg* to call the attention of the Public to our New Lines just received  in   the   following   articles:  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS*  1. All ODrrespondenco must bo legibly  written on ono side of the paper only.  8. Correspondence containing personal  matter must bo signed with the pr per name  of the writer.  3. Correspondence with reference to.any  thing that has appeared In another paver  must first he offered for publica'ion to that  paper before it can appear in Tub Herald.  DRY GOODS���������Comprising the latest designs in  Dress Goods, Gashmeres, Flanellettes, Laces,  Ribbons, Embroideries, etc., etc., imported  direct from Scotland.  BOOTS AND SHOES-Large shipment of Fine  Boots and Shoes from best Canadian makers,  GENTS' FTJRNISHXNGS-The stock in this department is most complete. Shirts, Ties,  Collars, Socks, Hats, Ready Made Clothing,  etc. in great variety.  WEDNESDAY. DEC. "S,      1807.  HARDWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS -  Parties furnishing are invited to inspect our  Stock of Stoves and Heaters, including the new  Air Tight Heater, Granite Ware, Cutlery, Silver  Ware and Crockery. Carpets, Oil Cloth and  Linoleum.   An extensive selection.  GROCERIES-Our Stock of Groceries is always  fresh and first-class, being constantly renewed  by consignments from the best houses iri the  Dominion.   We lead in Tea and Coffee.  Agent/3 :  RAM LALTEd-'S  C. B. HUME &  Agents :  Victoria Powder. Oo.  THE GREAT FLOP -  The Sun, the paper .whoso leiid-  ing writer is Prof. Goldwin Smith,  a . pronounced Liberal, rakes  Premier Laurier and the  Liberal party fore aud afb in its  last issue for "obtaining office on  false pretences and keeping it by  playing fast and loose with their  pledges." The famous platform  adopted by the Liberal party iu  '93, and on which the election in  '96 was contested .declared thatpro-  tection was a fraud aud had been  corruptly used to keep the Conservatives in power. Later, came  Sir Wilfrid Laurier's repeated assertion that he would bring about  free trade "as they have it in Eng-  land." The people trusted theie  assertions, says the Sun writer,  who'is presumably Goldwin Smith,  and voted the Conservatives out  ot office:  "The revision of the taritf at the last  session, however, aroused general dissatisfaction. The principle of protec-.  tion was maintained, and' duties were  freely imposed without regard to the  requirements of the public service.  The duties upon such staples as paints,  cotton, sugar, saws, coal oil, agricultural implements, hoes, axes, and shovels  continue to be, as they were before,  nearly prohibitive, and largely nonproductive of revenue. When object-  tion was made, the people were told  that tariff reform cannot be accomplished in one day or one session, and  lhat free trade, as they - have it in  Ureat Britain, can only with due respect to the extroardinary commercial  conditions of the country be reached  by a gradual progression. Whilstjthis  '��������� generalprinciple-was-reluctantly��������� ad-1  mitted. it was felt that the new Government was unduly pressing it to  excuse their tariff inactivity, and it  was suspected that an understanding  with the protected interests had been  reached. To confirm this suspicion  came with the Centre Toronto election,  the assurance of the Globe that there  will be no further tariff changes, and  Jlr. Betram's declaration that the  tariff should be taken out of politics  and the present customs, t~ rill stand  unchanged for ten years tit least. The  renunciation of principle is, therefore  complete.*'  To the protectionist assurances  of the Liberal leaders is probably  to be ascribed in a large measure  the election of '.'Mr.���������Bertram, for  the protected manufacturers  showed a pronounced indisposition to support''an opposition candidate.      Mr., Rowland's   friends  the swamps, fever- was very prevalent. Further difficulties were  presented by tbe high grass, which  compelled the men to crawl along  one behind the other. Conquering  all difficulties, however, the  British force reached old Mwanga  and thrashed him and his army  into submission. The difficulties of  the inland Yukon route are mere  child's play compared to travelling  in the" wilds of the African  interior.  TALKED OF   IN   NEW   YORK  THE JURY'S VERDICT  Conclusion of Inquest on Fireman  Robinson���������Trainmen Censured���������Insufflc-  c     ient Number of Men.  Calgary, Dec, 3.  Brakeman' Lloyd's deposition   was  *-������.sJi.s.i..r. ���������������*.������_!   j.*s_- -- ���������_-.--.-...      -_. -.���������  based their hopes of success on the  probable support of > tbe thick-and-  thin Tories and the offended Liberals who wished to remind Sir  Wilfrid that he was going back on  bis .colors. The manufacturers  however were satisfiedLthat they  could secure from Free Trade  Laurier all the protection; they  wanted, and Bertram's election  was a natural consequence. IE a  Tory Premier and a Tory Government had done what Sir Wilfrid  and his advisers had - done.'.th-y  would have been guilty, as Mr.  Frank Oliver would say, of dishonestly deluding the people. But  the sinners being Liberals, pure  souled patriots who have been  accustomed from their infancy to  be righteously horrifipd at political  knavery, regard Sir Wilfrid's preelection pledges and his postelection flop as a clever and  statesmanlike trick.  The New York   Times on the Calgary  Overland Route.  New York Times; The intense  interest of the people of Canada  in the Klondike and Yukon countries  is illustrated by the Canadian country  newspapers. The last issue of The  Calgaby Herald, printed at Calgary, Alberta, North West Territory,  liassixtr-cn pages and three-fourths of  the reading and advertising columns  are occupied with Klondike. The edition is a special one intended to boom  the all Canadian route to the Yukon,  and contains an elaborate. illustrative  map and a carefully prepared detailed  description of practically every mile  of the way. The character and direction of every stream and road, the  nature of the country, and provision  lot human food are all told. Each  trail and postage is discussed, its advantages and disadvantages are pointed out, and careful instructions regard-  ingpacking-and-nnpacking-s-and-deal-  ing with the Indians are given. The I  distance from Calgary Lo the Yukon is  2,01S miles by the Mackenzie River I  route and 15C2 by the Peace-Liard  route. o  There are '.io columns oE advertisements, offering supplies of every imaginable kind for Klondike travellers.  There aie columns of editorial and  miscellaneous matter and communica  tions urging the claims of the Yukon  country on the attention of the people  of the world, and the claims of Ctil-  garvjiis a starting andioutfitting point.  That seems to be the hope of the town  and the enterprising It era i.n is evi  dently bending its energies in"that  direction, with the active aid of the  local Board of Trade The experience  of Denver in developing a great business by being headquarters for miners  is referred to ..frequently. There"are  evidences also of dreams of a railroad from Calgary to   Klondike,   and  Engineer llamel  ' in  coming back  Intending Klondikers who may  be inclined to magnify, the hardships of the trip by tbe inland  route should read the harrowing  descriptions of the recent British  expedition sent to punish Mwanga,  the King of Uganda. A force consisting of half -a dozen British  officers, 220 Soudanese troops and  14,000 native levies marched over  a succession of deep and extensive  papyrus swamps, some of which  took three hours to cross. The  thick, black mud emitted a  horrible stench, and, as the force  were almost always waist deep in  several industrious citizens have built  the line already on paper in Tin-: Hkkald, and show how it. is an easy and  comparatively inexpensive undertaking, Other citizens indignantly defend the climate of Alberta .against  hostile criticisms from without and  prove that the thermometer thiire  rarely falls lower than 10 degrees below zero.   '  Calgary.according to a list of attractions printed, at-the head ot the first  column of The llEn.vr.D's" first page,  has five churches, eleven clergymen,  seven hotels, twe liquor stores, three  newspapers, nineteen lawyers ("too  many," a parenthetical note in Thk  Herald observes;) one undertaker,  five doctors, ("~"o more needed," The  Herald says') three barbers' shops,  thiee butchers and many other attractions. -���������; ..���������_'���������'   ���������  '   '-     ���������: "���������"*"**'  James Fisher, M.P.P., who accompanied the . recent Hudson's Bay exploring expedition reports lhat Hudson's straits were clear of ice from  July 10th to October 30th, at which  time the Diana lelt on her return trip.  Free Press: Ticket agents in the city  are already beginning to be besieged  by prospective Klondikers and the  exodus from Winnipeg is sure to be  large,' Parties of seven nnd nine are  the rule, ���������:; although there are large  numbers ot individuals preparing to  start out the moment there is any  possibility of getting through to the  country "wherefence posts are in gold  dust." The Edmonton route is the  favorite with Manitobans, possibly  because they are better acquainted  with the country which it traverses.  The rush will begin several weeks  ibefore the opening of the rivers in the  north.  taken oh Monday at the General hos  pital before Coroner (Sanson and  Messrs .Sifton and Loucheed. Lloyd  was brakeman on Barclay's train on  the night of the accident. When the  pitch-in occurred he was setting the  fitst hraKO. . He did not hear any  torpedoes. He was the first to see the  flagman. The windows of the cab on  Shengfield's "side was crusted with  snow and ice. It was impcssib'.e to  see thiough it. He did not know of  any remedy for such a state of things.  After * leaving Clare-holm engineer  Shungfield took short naps, but he w.is  awake from tlio ' ime they reached the  curve, north of Willow Creek, up to  the time of ihe accident. It was not  unusual, he thought, for engineers  to take a nap now and again while the  train was running.  The sitting on Tuesday was occupied  by the examination of P. Hamel,   the '-""Kg  engineer   ot   Terry's   train.    He  said'      *������  that on the night of the accident they  had gone on the Willow Creek bridge  at the rate of-eight or  ten   miles an  hour.   The night was so stormy that  until they reached   the  down   grade  north of the bridge'they did not know  where they were.   They   knew  then  they were near the bridge. He thought  an "engineer   would   know  when   he  struck that, grade   however dark  the  -nighc-ir.ighfc-bc-and���������if_he--knaw-j-tha.  j rotid well would he able to   pull up before he leached the bridge so as tocon-  I form to tlie slow order.    Shengfield's |  engine, which wns a mogul,   was one  of the most   powerful   they  bad.     A  mogul was   one-third   more  powerful  than the standard engine.-* Asked how  it was that while Shengfield on a powerful mogul with 11 cars had been  unable to pull up on the tip grade, a light  engine   with   21    cars  had    found  it  possible to climb the grade lie  replied  that he thought it might be accounted  for by the dilTerence in speed at whicli  the two engines were running and in  the weight of"1hr_ir respective- trains,  ft took thern about 20 minutes-to run  into .Macleod with the first half nf tin*  train; the return to Willow Creek took  ���������15 minutes.  Senator Lougheed protested that in  the comments which the newspapers,  or rather, he added, the newspaper,  for there v>.as hut one, had  made on the case it had gone beyond  its province, seeing that no verdict  had yet been reached. He referred to  the head lines and not to the reports  themselves which were .tccura'e  enough.  The proceedings were then adjourned till Wednesday morning, at 10:13.  Creek bridge, or if  had "got a move on'  from Macleod.  The jury" retiied and having beeii  absent about two hours returned with  the verdict that Flagman Lascelles  was guilty of culpable negligence.  They also censured Engineer Sneiig-.  field for disobeying the slow order over  Willow Creek Bridge and Engineer  Haniil for delay in returning to the  second half of his train. Ihey added  that in their opinion a sufficient number of men were not employed on this  division.  A warrant has been issued for the  arrest of flagman Lascelles, as a result  of the inquest concluded this morning,  Wholesale dealeis in  FERGUSON  The  Centre   of the   Lardeau  Mines  Pioneer  Stores  ��������� Tof Fepguson  arid Ten Mile  C u m m ins_&lCo._���������  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  G roceries. Dry Goods.  EverythiLft  to he found in a general storo.  ������'03t O'llco In connection.  \lesr Wines, Spirits ai\d Cigars.  Agents for K. W. Kavn Co.'s Pianos, and the Goold Bicycles .Co.'s Celebrated Bicycle  s - - '        ... ���������-'-'--  Revelstoke, British Columbia.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  M1  ETHODIST CHUBOH ��������� Rovolatoko.  Preaching services at 11 a.m. nnd 7:30  p.m. Class mooting al tho close ot the  morning service, *--alibatli School and Biblo  OlaBU at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday ovet.ing at 7:30 p.m. Tho  public are cordially invited. Scuts freo.   ���������     ItEV. J. A. WOOD. Pa������tor.  f-HURCH OF ENGLAND-St. Peter's,  ^-t Kevelstoko Hours ot service: Evening  prayer dully at 5 o'clock. Fridays at 7:30.  Sundays and Festivals: Holy Communion at 8  a.m��������� morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  and Bible Cln.cS at 2:30, evening prayer at 7~0.  First Sunday in the mouth Holy Communion  at morning services.  FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH���������RoTolstokc.  Service ever; Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Bib'o CI 183 at 2:30 p.m., .to which  all aro welcome Prayer meeting at S p.m,  every Wednesday. - ,.  ---.   -    REV. P. D-MUIR, PaBtor. _  I" OMAN   CATHOLIC   CHURCH ���������Rovcl-  ���������!��������������� "stoke.    Mass  second Sunday in  month  at 10:30 a.m.           REV. FATHER PEYTAVIN.  At our TKN-MILE .BRANCH Etoro  Powder, Caps, Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and all Minora' and Prospectors' Supplies are  kept on hand  The inquest on James Robinson was  concluded at two o'clock this morning.  Having previously' been adjourned  from an earlier hour in the evening  the enquiry was reopened at 10:30 with  the examination of G-. Horner, tale-  graph operator at Claresholme. He  said that on the night o������ Ihe accident  he had made out a clearance crdfer for  Barclay, but he thought it must have  been forgotten as it was left in the  office. He also told Barclay that  Terry was doubling into Macleod from  about five or six miles north of there.  H.j had received this information by  wire from Macleod.  J. Richards, telegraph operator at  Macleod, was then called. Uo stated  that Terry reported to him about  seven o'clock that he was doubling in  from Willow Creek. Jle knew that  Barclay was on the way and enquired  two or three times whether he had  arrived at, Claresholm. Knowing,  however, that Barclay had an order to  hold for orders at Claresholm he felt  quite easy in his mind. He notified  the dispatcher that Terry was doubling before Barclay left ('liuesholiii.  This concluded the evidence.  The coroner in charging lhe jury  said there were three points which  they should rcinenibei: The accident  would not have occurred if the flagman had gone the proper distance  from his train, if Engineer Shengfield  had slowed up in going over Willow  BJITeHO &- CO.  General  .Mepe}_ants.  Miners and Prospectors Outfitted, etc.  *���������*-=���������- FERSUS0.N, B. G.  The  Centre   of   the   Lardeau   Mines.  MITCHELL   &   CO.  INSURANCE   AND  COMMISSION   AGENTS,  MINING   BROKERS.  Calgary, Alberta  fief chant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  7 First-class in every respect. ' Good accommodation. 'Best  Wines, Liquors and Cigars at the Bar.  W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  The  largest hotel   in  town.       Centrally    located  Sam Needham  Clothes  Cleaned  Altered -  Repaired  __.  In Good Stylo at Lowest Prices.  Douglas Street ��������� Revelstoke  Be Sure and register at the  BJILMOOL -HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON*.  The table is provided with the best  the market affords.     Rates from $2  to ~"S per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������  Proprietors.  PATENTS  PROMPTLY SECURED  GET RICH QUICK!/". Write to-~a7 for  Otirbctititifiil illustrated Hook on Patcntsantl  the fiiKoinntinf? story of a poor Inventor who L  made SW) rjoo.oo. Send us a. rough sketch  or model ot your invention nnel wo will  promptly tell you FREE If it is new anil  probably patentable.  No humbug, Honost Servico. Specialty:  Tough cases rejected in other liantls anil  forcipn applications. Roforencos: Honor-  nblo T. IJertliiatimn, prop, ol "La Profw,"  Ilonor.il.lo D. A. ltoss, lho leading nowa-  finpcrs, Ilnnks, Kxpress Companies & cllonta  n any locality. All Patents socureel through  our agency arc brought beforo tlio public by  a Epcci.il notico in over 300 newspapers.  MARION & MARION, Patent Exports.  Temple lltiiIeling,lS5St. James St., Montreal.  Tho only llrm ot Gradunto Engineers in  the Dominion transacting patent kuslnCf*  exclusively.   MentionUiU paper.  itevelstoke Hospital  Maternity Room in connection,  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and   Jeffs, Attendants  If You .Have a  .Mine to Sell  ~T. or wish a company formed, or  _*_  want to buy a mine or shares  in any mine, want to invest in  Spokane real estate or wish to  make a borrow, write at onceto  ���������-J.H.MES   l.   FORD   &  CO  Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks .  "So. 0 .Mill St., between Riverside and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.  F. McCarty  Wholesale and  Retail  Butcher  Dealer in:  Milk Cows, Saddle, Pack,  Driving aud Draught Horses.  Revelstoke Station    ���������   ���������   B. C-  "Choico   Wines,   Liquors   and Cigars *  Best" accommodation.      . Eates    $1  Brown & Poo]/ Proprietors     .  REVELSTOKE  per ., day.  Fop Youp  JHouse Cleaning  Send for samples of our Wall  Paper. Prices from 10c, 12'c,  15c up to 50c a roll. Mail  orders carefully attended to  Linton Bpotfeeps  Calgary, Alberta  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and. Retail  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  f22-tf  L. JI. FRETZ  Contractor and Builder.  Shop oppositc-jmpei-ial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  .mm n   Terms Cash  When Yon Reach  Thomson's Landing  ��������� GO TO THE ���������  PR0SPE0T0R/S  EXCHJIH&E, .  Best meals in the Lardeau.   Stage and  Livery in connection.  T. W. GRAHAME,   PROPRIETOR.  Any one Requiring  WOOD  Can buy it  Cheaper from  W. Fleming  Than you can afford to  steal it aud take the  chances of beinc. caught  Okaying  RSpe.ialty  Iiocu Prices  C. B. JWaelean  ARCHITECT.  nd BUILDER  Estimates furnished. Plans ond specifications made. Am also prepared to do  Bhop and job work en tbo Bhortcst  notice. Satisfaction guaranteed ia  every case.   Oall or write for term8.  Main Street  Revelstoke  REVELSTOKE  IRONWORKS.,.  Blacksmithincr-* Jobbine  Plumbing.  Pipe Fitting:  Tinsmitliing:  Sheetlron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Speciality   ������������������������������>  ROBT. GORDON  * Revelstoke Stn.      -  k  ���������G&1 ���������������������������������������������������������������^^  ^sa.jvy^-������t-^.-^^---trra^  ^5__SrS5S  I?  DESPATCHES  BERTRAM'S  HUNDRED  MAJORITY      TWO  AND.,SEVENTY-  SIX  The Stor.-n on the English Coast���������Ontario Legislature Opened���������Murderer  Thorne Found Guilty���������Food for  Dawson City  Montrka"., December 1.���������The jury  in tho Guldensuppe murder case  brought in a verdict of guilty yesterday against Martin Thorn. Immediately after the announcement by the  foreman, Thorn made a confession of  guilt.  THU KKOLISU   STOKJI  London, December 1.���������Additional  details of Monday's disastrous storm  confirm the first reports. Tho loss of  life and property is even gi eater than  was nt first feared.  CKXTRl" TOHONTO  Toronto, December 1���������Themajority  for George E. Bertram the Liberal  candidate in Centre Toronto yestei day  was 276.  Ottawa, December 1.���������Another  vacancy in tho Ilouse of Commons is  caused by the death of Victor Gludux,  M.P. for Yamaska, Que., which occurred yes'crdav.  ROSSLAND UP TO  DATE  THE STORMING OF DARGAI  THE      CAMP      SUCCESSFULLY  STANDS A CRITICAL YEAR  BYE  ELECTION    IN * NICOLET  DECEMBER 21  Three Hundred People Killed in a Riot  ���������Fire Damp Explosion���������Lieutenant  Governor Mclnnes Sworn In���������  A Direct Line to Rossland.    -  SHORT DESPATCHES  Greater   New   York   will   havo  S2.500.000 library building.  TheC.P.K. has decided to bui d a  direct line into Rosslaud.  Serious riots at Prague occurred yesterday in which three hundred persons  were injured.  It is reported at Ottawa that no  change will be made in the, sealing  regulations.  Thirty miners were killed aud forty  . injured by an explosion ot tire damp  - in Bayai ia yesterday. " ��������� .  Senator Mclnnes was sworn in ns  Lieutenant Governor of Bi itish Columbia at Victoria on Tuesday.  OttaWA.December 2.���������Hon. Clilford  Sifton arrived in Ottawa yesterday.  He has arranged for measures to be  ta_k en to preserve the fish in Manitoba  lakes.  NICOLET ELECTION  Ottawa, December 2.���������A 'writ has  tieen issued-for the bye-eltction in  Nicolet. The nomination will be held  011,-December 11, and polling on December 21.  - * STORM  ON" ENGLISH  UNABATED  COASTS  A Victory For the Insurgents in Cuba���������  v Bismarck '   Heard    "From.��������� Riots  Continue   in , Hungary���������China -and  Germany at Loggerheads  Bismarck has given his opinions on  public questions. ��������� He particularly  resents United States interference  in Germany's affairs.  Hon. Hugh John Macdonnld has been  olfered the nomination for Birtle for  the provincial legislature in the Con-  seivative interests.'  The storms on the English coast  show no signs of abating, and destruction of life and property continues.  The Territorial legislature 13 discussing plans for the education of the deaf  mutes and for railway extension.  Another* letter from  Dawson   City  reports the food  shortage  becoming  serious. - ' '.     .  -. . Trade thi_oughp_ut_Canada is reported  unusually active for this season of the  ' year.  Peru is negotiating for a reciproci'.y  treaty with the United States.  The Emperor of China declares he  will resist Germany's demands.  Tlie Cuban insurgents have captured  tlie town of Guisa.  Germany is sending reinforcements  to Kiao Chan. "- .  Capt. Seger's party with Dr. Mi  ;onald, S.'-* McNeil and others,   h.i  Macdonald, S." McNeil and others, have  arrived at Fort Yukon, where thoy  have started'prospecting. "Rumors of  shortage in provisions prevented their  going to Dawson as was at first their  intentions. The party left Edmonton  about August 13. They were fortunate enough to get a lift on a Catholic  - mission steamer.  Broomhall,   the  great  English authority ou the world's wheat supply  has issued his statement for this'year.  lie asserts that the supply is short and  tbat only a bounteous crop in Argen-  tuin will prevent the  shortage frcm  being severely felt    France and Austria-Hungary    are    certainly    short.  Russia  is  unknown.     But Australia  and India are eaid to promise heavy  yields. ���������  The C. P. R. have issued a" circular  ��������� to thf-jr employees  making  it necessary foi" trainmen and  engineers to  take suSlGiantrest at divisional points.  They must  not start  out from the  divisional point to which  they belong  unless they are perfectly fresh and tit  to'moke the   round   without  rest,   if  necessary; but in no case   must  they  leave any divisional point  unless pre-  paied for at  least  12 hours  servico.  This step has been taken in order that  fcjje trainmen and enginemen may not  he  fcpo   fatigued   to  attend to   their  duties".���������Petcrboro Review.  ANewVoikfurhou.se has a letter  in the Fur Trade Reyiew, in which  the outlook for raw furs is considered.  The letter states that in the opinion of  the firm the prices for bear have about  reached bottom, and that' prime thin  pelted skints, particularly black, will  iujvance in value. The demand for  jnanien is good both in the east and in  |5uroi<e, and -the popularityy of this  fur is likely to continue for. a reason-  Able time. Any further advance in  prices is, however, unlikely, and  collectors    in    such   sections  where  Ore Shipments, 80,000 Tons���������Some of  the Working Mines���������Steady Progress is the Watchword���������A Bright  Future for the Young City.  Talton From Tlio Calgary Herald..  A. M. Grogan, who recently returned  from a visit to Rossland, says the year  1S17 has boon a very critical one for  tho Trail Cruek district, but tho camp  has stood thu test and has emerged  from the trial with flying colours alter  a period of partial depression and  doubt. At the beginning of the year  it was evident to all students of]the sit-  ation that the methods by which the  city had been intilicially boomed  during tho previous six months had  been completely broken down, and  thai, if funds were to be found for the  futtiie development of the mines, the  thing would have to be done ou a completely different system to that-hitherto in vogue. The same fate seemed  likely to threaten the existence of  everv property in tho caiup with the  exception of some half dozen of the  best and oldest claims. It very soon  became evident that a searching examination of the merits of each property was to be made before the purse  strings of the capitalists were to be  loosened.  Tho first and best known claim,  perhaps, upon which this process was  put into effect was the Monte Cristo,  in which case a strong-syndicate of  Montreal capitalists stepped into the  breach early last spring and took up  the development of the property at  tho point where the old management  had heen compelled for lack of funds,  to lay it down. " They were, quickly  rewarded for their enterprise by the  discovery of large bodies of ore of good  average grade, and it is not too much  to say that this claim ranks among the  first of the non-shipping mines, with  tho certainty of its becoming a shipper  within the next six months.  About the same time work .was  resumed on the Evening Star under  more or less similar conditions, which  is.still being carried on with very  favorable results.  " Before long the Poorman, ��������� from  which claim a gooddeal of high grade  ore had been shipped during 1S08, was  added to the -list.of mines whichwere  started up again.- The-Virginia,���������one  of the oldest'locations in the camp,���������  followed suit. The Deer Park was  set on its feet again by the intervention of a number of Ontario capitalists;  the Lilly May was provided-with-a  compressor plant and hoist, and set to  work again vigorously, and operations  were resumed upon the Great Western  mine.  In the meantime therestof the camp  had not been idle, the Le Roi had been  turning out dividends and ore shipments with great regularity; the development of the War Eagle had been  proceeding with inost encouraging  results; the Centre Star for the first  time in its history had shipped some  small fraction "of its immense ore  reserves; the iron Mask had- been  shipping regularly every week, as had  also the Cliff: the Josie, Jumbo, Iron  Colt. Colonna, Abe~Lincoln, Sunset 2,  "a"nd.NicI:el;Plate had all been hard at  work'. .On'tho Drown Point claim, on  the South Belt/the ledge after'much  difficulty, owing to large disturbances  and raults, had at last been recovered.  The ore shipments from the camp  which for the year 1838 had amounted  toSS.OOO tons, as against 19,000 for  JSOo, will amount this year close" upon  SO.GOOj.no unsatisfactory rssult, considering-that the Centre Star, War  Eagle and Nicklo Plate, have all pursued the policy of holding back their  ore for the present.  Turning, to_the question of railroads;  the recent'completion of the line from  Trail to Rossland by Mr. Heinze, .and  the starting to work by the C.P.R. on  their Crow's Nest branch from Lethbridge, viti Fort Steele, to Nelson,have  to be chronicled, as nlso the building"  hy_the_C.P.R.-of-a_branch^line~from-  Slocan lake to Slocan crossing, on  the Kootenay river. 'But no immediate effect will be produced by the  building of these lines* until the completion of thsTCrow'sNestroad enables  coke and coal to be shippeJ into this  country at very much lower rates.  Leaving the question of the mines  and turning to that of the town, it  may be admitted at once lhat although  Rossland has been over built to a certain extent, yet the values of property  have been veiy fairly maintained.  Considerable improvements in the way  of street grading, sidewalks, etc., have  been carried out, and- the appearance  of the town has been greatly altered,  and for tho better. Several syndicates  have been formed lately in Montreal  for tho sole purpose of real estate  investments, which have been very  lucrative to the investors, paying from  15 to 20 per cent, on their investments.  Insurance can how be obtained to 50  Eer cent, of th'e value of the property;  efore it was 'impossible to get any  one company to write more than  $1,000 on a block.  KIDNEY  SENSE.  Sir Edwin Arnold publishes in the  London Daily Telegraph 13 verses descriptive of the storming of Dargai on  October 20th. The first six tell of the  beating back of the Ghorkhas, the  Dorsetshires and the Derbyslnros.  Eight thousand muskets kept the  hill,  And that red bridge untravei'scd  still.  The    remaining    verses     may   he  quoted:���������  Then from grey hollows where   thoy  crouch  The sons of Scotland silent gather-  Wild indigo and tamarisks brush  The limbs bred in purple   heather���������  Tho Gordon Highlanders fall in���������  Pipers and all���������hell's bridge to win.  "Men of the Gordon Highlanders!"  Colonel Matthias loudly cries,  "The General's orders are to take,  Yonder positionl His   we'll make it,  The Gordon Highlanders will take it!"  To skirl of pipes and gleam  of   blades  The gloi ions band leaps joyous forth,  Drowning the muskets on the hill  With slogan from the noith.  Stay them !   Death's self, hell's self,  give ground  When Gordons to the battle bound I  Fierce, splendid, faithful,  stream our  Scots  To lightsome, homely Highland lilt  Too swift for fate, too bold to fall,  Rush buskin, plume, and kilt.  The lifty yards of fire are passed.;  The savage ridge is gained at last!  Down from the empty sangars fly  Those rebel hordes! ; the flaming hill  Is clear ! the grim position seized  As was the General's will.  The Colonel's simple word did make it,  "TheGordon Highlanders will take it!'*  Dear brothers of our blood! The cheers  Which hailed you conquerors, as ye  come  'Mid glad battalions welcoming you,  Down   marching from  that hill of  flame,  Echo in British homes today,  From north to south; from Thames to  Tay.  Folks -say   your   earliest files  were  raised - .  In bonnie town of Aberdeen,  Where lads King George's guinea took  A duchess' lovely lips between |- -  Scots, of the Gordon Highlanders,  The country's kiss is yours, life hers!.  i Alluding to the story that the  beautiful Duchess of Gordon offered  each man willing to-'join her husband's  new regiment a kiss and a guinea.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Ao of Parliament, 1855  Paid up Capital    -    $2,000,000  Rest Fur*d  -    -    -    1,500,000  Head Office���������Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macphorson, President  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  W, M. Ramsay Honry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  H, Markland Molson  F, Wolforstan Thomas, Gen. Managpi  A. D. Durnford, Inspector  II. Lock wood, Assistant Inspector  Tho bank rocoives on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals.firms.  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits at  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES:  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RY. CO.  --* ������i *-}  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta,  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont,  Ridgotown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Out  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont.  Toronto.Tunc'n.Onf  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock, Ont  Winnipeg, Man  HIS.LONELY  JOB  Cure-alls are out of the Question in  Kidney Disorders���������A Liquid Solvent���������  \ Specific Kidney Tonic is the Only  Safe Remedy. '*���������  Hew Many Discover When It Is  Too Late that the kidneys have literally, been ground out by the little  solid particles which are contained in  the blood of*1 all sulferers frcm'kidney disease, and which accumulate in  these organs. Common sense says and  medical science'has proven it that a  liquid solvent which will dissolve these  solids and eradicate them from tbe  system is the only suj-e cure for kidney disorder. South American Kid.  ney Cure is a solvent. It has been  tested in almost *.hvipeless cases, and  there is yet to be recorded against  it a failure to cure when it has bad  a faithful trial. Pills will not do it  as they are not solvents.    Don' trifle.  S.     .     -������  For the benefit of these who are  fond of spending a few idle minutes in  bucking the nickleiti the slot machine  the following probabilities are interesting, shewing, as they do,, that the  chances aro allagainst t he man who  plavs the machine. They are: Royal  lln-iii. 1 in (i~,00~;   straight   flush; l'in  Ho was a man prematurely agpd.  His face was furrowed like a ploughed  field in miniature. Care, exposure,  and hard work had evidently been his  lot in life.  As he stood on the rear platforir..~"  the Pullman with-p. red flag "in h's  hand" when'"the train was creeping  slowly up a three per cent giade in  the ' Selkirks, the'"passengers lazily  smoking inside remarked on his'.'gone"  appearance and hazarded guesses as to  ,the nature of his job. "- '."..'." i  _ "He's a road master," said one,'- "Or  a" section hand", yentured another.  "He's there to put'the breaks on if the  car breaks loose," said a third.  -After a while somebody opened the  door, and a question set the old man  talking, as he stood outside iu the falling snow. "'Tin put on this part of  the line to.watch the track," he told  us. -, "There is a man to every four  miles and each man walks his beat to  see that nothing goes wrong with the  sheds and bridges and to stop tb  trains if necessary."  "How often do you   walk   the  four  miles in a day?" queried an inquisitive  Yank. ���������  " "Ten times a day," he answered.  "hat's 40 miles a day," figured the  Yank. "Pretty good walkiug.,. How  many ho"urs"a"day are"you on duty."   -  "Twenty-four," cheerfully answered  he of. the furrows and flag, "if we  work an hour extra we get overtime," with a sober wink at the_.com-  mereial traveller. "I only took this  job because I was sick. I fell off a  bridge in the summer���������fell 40 feet and  struck the water. There was only a  foot of water and a bard rock bottom.  My head, was cut open, three ribs  broken and shoulder blade cracked  across.. When* I started this job I  only weighed 158 lbs.- At the endof  the lirst month I weighed -108 and I  think I can pick up the two odd  pounds before I jump, the job. I'm  supposed to walk, "and this is the first  ride I've had for weeks, I had to ride  so as to meet the other train in  time."  "You get a lot of snow here," suggested some one.  "Yas, we do. I keep track of it, I  have a level hoard 6et on top of a post,  and every morning I measure the  snowfall on that. I measure down to  tho sixteenth of an inch, same as I'd  measure a piece of wood. I calculate,  that sixty feet of snow falls here in an  average winter. It snows all the time  ���������never stops."  Just here somebody dropped a remark and the old man jumped off and  resumed his melancholy job of watch-  ing'the track.  ��������� -*���������*> ���������  London Daily Mail: Canadian Pacifies evinced a'saggingtendency which  the traffic increase of $105,000 for the  first week in November did not check,  The cause "of the dullness was the  revival of the story of an immediate  issue of preference stock to equip the  Crow's Nest Pass. We are requested  to deny the truth of this, the directors  intending to make no. immediate issue  as money is not yet wanted." The  absurd story that a German-syndicate  bad underwritten the total issue was  absurd upon the face of it, and is  absolutely without foundation. In  the present prosperous state of the  company any reasonable amount of  money could" be raised without difficulty in London.  Morrisburg.Ont,  Norwi-h, Ont.  CALGARY BRANCH  HL   Bickfoi-d Wilson, Mgi".  WISNU'Eff ItlUDJClt   "  T  6. Phepoo, Manager  CIlUB . .  offers  The Weekly Herald  _2.,^d--li!~-C'i'V IIerald and  Weekly Star, (with  beautiful premium picture.) both one year for'  The   Weekly^-Herald  and The Sun, (Canada's  . Farmers' Sun reorgan- ������������������  *' izeel),. both one year for  The Weekly'Herald  and Toronto Mail and  Empire both, ono j'ear  for '.   The 'Weekly Hkrald  and Farm and Fireside  both one year for   The v\ eekly" Herald  alone sent to any part  of Canada or United  States for one year   $1.75  1.25  -1.50  1.50  1.00  The Herald  Calgt_py,-KltQ.  srnistly small and pale colored skins ICi.COO; four ol a kind. 1 in 4.1GI; full  nre ftken,'will find itjjto their advan- house, 1 in 033: flush,! in "0<; straight,  tsiae  to  nay  close  attention  to the lin2"l; three of a kind, 1  in 4o;   two  tage  to pay  future development of the markets.  pair, 1 in 20; on pair, 10 in 12.  TIES  Tho Company will pa? 25 Conta onch for  TaniurncTlcs dolivorcd on its station wounds  ejlo.ii' ot encumbrances in nccordanco with the  bolow mentioned epoctllcntlons:  s All tlcB will bo carefully inspected, anil this  price only will bo paid for those which conic  up tothottpcBlllcaliona, and on whicli there la  no claim tat Drown duos.  Parties doatrlng to cut llos on lamia other  than their own intuit not piocced without  porinit from tho Crown Ti.nt.or Akciii at  Ldmonton, and In ah cases Crown dues at tlio  rate of three eenta porTio wi'I bo deducted  from nbovo prico unloss a letter la produced  from tbo Crown Timber Agent certifying lhat  Ties aro clear of dU03. Settlers who havo cut  'lits oil' their own or other patented lands  muot furnish Crown Timber Agor.t wilh  sUInfactory Bworn cvldoncu wheru Tics wero  cut beforo ho can Ibbuo cloaranco and boforo  Company can accent 'I in**.  Codur or Jack Pino Ties will b*> taken at a  reduced price according to tfco quality. S|, ruco  will not bo accepted tit all.  Partloa who propoeo delivering Ties must  apply to tlio Couipani's agent at polnta whero  there is ono, for ilto lo pllo Ties, and at other  joints will apply for site to section foreman.  Tho Company will send tin inspector over  the road as soon as deliveries are completed,  of which due notice will bo given to enable  rontractora to ba present. Parties do'iverintj  Ties miift fiirnith receipts showing thoy have  paid all bills fnr labor and Biipplioa incurred in  connortlon with tho *voik, and must e'otiiljllah  their title to tho Tioa to tho satisfaction of tlio  Company's iutpoctor.  Bl'UCII'ICATtON FOR TIES.  Tamarao Ties: All Ties muot bo Rood,  sound, ]Iv<! tamarac, exa tly e'ght (8) foet lorg.  cut square at each end, six (0) inches thick, and  at least six (GI incho.*. en too face clear of tbo  bark at lho sniallooc part; to bu amoothly  liown, fno from shakes and seoro maiks,  perfectly straight, and must bo sound.  Cedar and Jack Pino Ties: All Ties rn'iet be  Rood, sound, live Cedar or Jack Pino, oxactlv  eiifht (8) feet long, cut square at each end, six  (li; inchos thick, and at least bIx Id inches on  the face clour of bark at tho smallest part; to  bo smooth'v bown, frco from shakcB and score  marks, perfectly etralgbt, and.must be sound  W. WHYTE,  Manager.  "Winnipeg, 1th Novombcr, 1897.        nlo-dw-tf  YUKO.fi JURP  Published-    by     The  . Herald, acknowledged to  be tho most eomplete'and  ,   accurate   map   obtainable*  / of tho overland loutes to  '  the Yukon   Lithographed,on heavy  -    or light paper   Price $1.00.  Together with a copy  of special edition of. The  Herald, containing complete information regarding   routes,   supplies, etc.  The Herald  Calgary,  Alberta..  Tj-.i3.--j.  T  OUGHEED & BENNETT.l  -X-,   ,   i - Barristers, Solicitors,-Etc.- '     *     ' ���������  Offices in Olarenco Block, Stephen AvoDue  Celgaiy.       - , . . ���������    ,  ���������  Solicitors for��������� ��������� %   - ���������  Tho Bank i f Montreal  The Hudson's Bay Company  The Birbjck Investment Company  The Groat, WcstLlfo As3urancoCo.    -  Ontnrio Loan & Dobcnturo Company  Etc., etc.. etc.  Company nnd private funds to -Loan.    .  Hon.J.A.LouGnEKO, - R.B.Bennett,  Q* C.        \   jan30 -  L. L. B.  P   J, NOLAN. LL.B.,  Barrister, Solloiter, Notary.  -    __   Office ovor Imperial Bank  P.O. Box 22. , ��������� Telophono I".  Branch Office���������Macleod, A. Shaw, Managor.  ~~RISPI!" E. SMITH  *-* Solicitor, Advocate, Notary  Solicitor for '  Tho Calgary & Medicine Hat Land Cc  _Eto.. oto.  Offices in tho Thomson Block, Stophen Ave.,  Calgary.  M'  cOATJi & SHORT  Barrlstois, Solicitors, Notaries.  Clarenco Block, Calgary  Solicitors for   Tho Canada Pennanont Lost  and Savings Company. , ,  C. C. McCauij, Q, O. Jambs Short.  w,  R. WINTER.  Barrister, Conveyancer, Notary Public.  City Pollco Magistrate.  Solicitor for tho Canadian Mutual Loan and  Investment Company. ,  Ollice���������Thomson Block, Calgary.  p     MCCARTHY, Q. C.  Farrlstor. Advocate, Solicitor, Notary, etc.  Solicitor for���������  Tho Impoiial Bank of Canada.  '1 ho Yorkshiro Guarantee A Secuiitics Corporation, Ltd.  Tho Glcbo Savings and Loan Company.  Tho Masse y-Hnrrls Company, Ltd., etc., otc.  sl0-2m-dw Caioahy. N. XV. T��������� Caxjda.  Price, S8.0O  Family Knitter  Will do all Knitting- required  in a family, homespun or fae_-  toryyarn. SIMPLEST Knitter on the MARKET. .  Wc guarantee every machine to  do good ������ ork. Agents wanted.  1        Wnte le.r r������rticul������ri.  Dundas Knitting Machine Co.  DUNDA8  ONT.  Golden  antl__^  Fort Steele  ROYAL MAIL  STAGE LINES  Stage Leaves Golden   ,  Every Tuesday morning at  7:30 o'clock and arrivo at  Fort Steele every Thursday.  Stage Leaves Fort Steele  Every Friday morning and  arrives at Golden every Sunday afternoon.  First Class Equipment  and every attention given to  tho comfort of passengers.  Qood stopping houses every 25  miles on the route.  Express Blatter  of all kinds handled with  promptness and care.  For rates, etc, apply  Fulrrier & Kerfoot,  Proprietors, Head Office, Golden  AU Read It  And Read It A11���������Every  page, every column, every  line. No paper in North  Kootenay has one-fourth its  circulation, or is as well read  by so ninny persons ns The  Semi-Weekly Revelstoke  Herald. To reach the people  of North Kooteuay its  columns must bo used, aud in  fact it cau boast of what no  other paper in its district  can. Every business house  in Revelstoke advertises in  it, and are satisfied it brings  results. What better guarantee could outside advertisers ask ?  Its newsy columns, its  telegraphic, its typographical  neatness, its free delivery, its  interest in the welfare of  Kootenay, aro steadily increasing its circulation.  . We solicit your business  on the basis of results���������not  from sympathy. We can  help increase your business.  Write us for particulars.  liis Revelstoke Herald  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  losebery  Townsite  Changed  ,v .  ���������   ���������  Although not much advertising  has been done, Rosebery .townsite,  at the head of .Slocan Lake, has  been steadily coming to the front  for the last three mon ths. -���������  Wfjat Strong Points  -   [losebery Holds on  North West  Having purchased from Henderson's Directory Company the plant,  cuts, btanils, good will and copyright  of Henderson's Br.inl Book the undersigned are preparing to issue an  entirely now edition ns soon ' as  possible, on an improved plan, with  corrections and additions to date.  The publication will ho issued in  future under the style of tho " North  West Brand Book."  All contracts with the Henderson  Company cease from this date. New  contract*- for insertion of brand advertisements and rauebe cards will be  accepted from this date by the new  publishers at the following ratss :  Ranche card with 1 stock cut .$3 (X)  Ranche curd with 2 stock cuts 5 CO  Ranche card with fac simile  of brand -.     2 00  " Address:  PuMisherNorlhWestBrand Book  Herald Office, Calgapy. Alberto.  November loth, 1SU7.  the   Slocan Lake ���������  Rosebery will have an ore  sampling works in-a few month's  with a capacity of a 100 tons a day.  Rosebery is in tho centre of and  distributing point for' Slocan City,  Sandon, Nakusp, New Denver,  Silverton, Enterprise, Three Forks,  Concentrator and "Cody, only 12  miles distant from the mining  centre of the Slocan (Sandon). *  Itoseberjr is destined to be the  concentrating point.  Rosebery is the sampler point. ���������  Rosebery is the ship yard of the  Slocan.  Rosebery is the only safe harbor  on the lake.  Buy Lots Now....  'f  You Want To   Mai\e Moqey.  Seud at once to the general  agent for maps and price list or  any further information.  A. M. Beattie,  o9U General Agent.   ,  TIME C*\RD  Subject tn change without notice.  Trains run on PadUc Stan "aid Time.  QOIMJ WEST                   DAILY  OOD-O EAST  8~0 a ni Leavo Kaslo   .Arrive 3:50 p m  8:38 am             ... South Fork.  3:15 p m  9~~ara       '    Sproulo'a...  .   "      ������15 p m  l*"lam      "   ..."Vnitewater.  .   "      2.-00pm  10.03 am      *    ... Bear Lake .  .   "      I-iSpm  10:1" a to.      *    ... McGaisan..  .   "      L33pm  1033am      "    (Xdy Junction    "      1:12Dm  lO-SUamArrivo.... Sandon ...  Leave 1~~ p m  Paid Up Capital  IMPERIAL B/\N\  ^flF !5i\NADA;  .. Head Office, Toronto  $2,000,000   -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. 8". Howland-. "President  T.R.Memtt,Vice Pres., (St. Catharine")  William Ramsay, .Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,  T. "Sutherland Stayner -  Elias Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie." General Manager,  * Branobee -  North Wast and British Columbia  Brandon      Portage la"       Vancouvei  Calgary *       '   '-���������   Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton  Prince Albert Revelstoke  Ontario  Essex Niagara Fails   St. Thomas -  Fergus       Port Colborne  Toronto  Gait Rat Portage.     Welland    '  Ingersoll    Sault St. Marie Woodstock .  St, Catharines  Agents  in   Great * Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank, Ltd., 72 Lombard St., London,  with whom money may be deposited  for transfer - by letter or cable to  of above branches.    ,, -    .-  Agents in the United States���������New '  York,' Bank  of. Montreal,   Bank  of  America: -   Chicago,  First   National ���������  Bank; St,*Paul, Second National Bank "  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits -.-_  of $1   and   upwards: received   and  interest allowed.--'.:* - ��������� '"   _-  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal <  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Avail- "  able at. all points in Canada, Uuited,  Kingdom,'   United  .States,    Europe,  India, China; Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc" ��������� '  -  Gold Purchased ���������'-       '      >.  .        -    -  A. R.-B. HBAKN.  Manager Revelstoke Branch.   .  L dnadidh  AND SC 6 PACIFIC LINE.1  "���������3  .The best and.cheapest route from  Revelstoke to all,points east and west.^  ,.  Through"-"tickets'." to    Vancouver,  Winnipeg, St.* ��������� Paul.*- Chicago, > New,  .York, Montreal and Toronto. --   ,   .;-.. _  .,   First class dining and sleeping cars  on all trains.,   > "_.'���������   .".> ,. -V  Through  tourist  caray.tb  St,.Paul  daily, and to Toronto every Monday,*'  and Montreal and Boston on Thursday.  -   Purcba.se. tickets to your destination  and have baggage checked through.  ;For  full  information'-as  to  rates,  time, etc.,"apply to nearest"a"������������i-r~-io" ~  _t.:-w.^bradshaw, ;/  -';-'' ���������' Agent, Revelstoke.  Or to.'E. J.-COYLE,"  Dis. Passenger Agent, Vancouver.  The Canadian Paerfflo Steamship Company'!  Steamers Nfl'nip ,. and '" Kool������n������v leave.  Arrowhead dalr for all points in Kootanar..  makin; connection at-Nakusp (or all LOInia  on Naku'P and, Mocan Railway, and Slocan  Lake.    ' '" '*  DCloso connection at -Robsort "for Nelson.  ^iS1?' lW"jur. Pilot.Bay. Trail, Rossland,  Northport and all points sotath.' ' . .   ���������  For -full information, Uc"-ets, macs, etc,"  call on or address*-" ���������.s*,,-",-"v>>;   -  T. W/BBtDSBAW;'       -U  - -i. Agent Revelstoke.   Or to -:  m     .      EL^M. .MacOREGOR. ,.  Travelling Paseenger Agent, Nelson. ;  E J.COYLE. Dis. Passenger Airent, Vancouver  tfAT  ,1- rrt_  .  ."IV- "  "fi  J.-.S   I  1 ""������  ;  Is the Shortest anct  ���������",���������.���������  QuiekestLino to... -,-",,  >'  WALLACE,   FARMINGTON,   fV f.  garfield; ; oakesdale, vv  PULLMAN,.;   LEWiSTON,*?- -?.<  -COEUJEUD'ALENE mines.'.-.--I  DAYTON,, WALLA WALLA.  PORTLAND,,' PENDLETON,.   \ -  SAN FRANCISCO,' MOSCOW,     v*  CRIPPLE CREEK, -.   .,-  AND   ALL POINTS -' EAST OR "SOUTH.".' "  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .   *;  Via S~lt Lake,-Denver,  Omaha and Kansas City.  Steamship Tickets to" 'and from' * *'  Europe and other foreign countries *".".  Train for the   East, and^ Portland '  ' ���������  departs 7:l.^p.m. daily.;. Wallace and  Moscow accommodation , depaits 7:43"  a.m.   daily.     Through" service.     No  -  delays or lay overs anywhere,    ' *���������   *    ,  Get-through,tickets and further in* '  formation, of O.-R. to N. city ticket;  office, No. -130.. Riverside arena*, '  comer Stevens St", Spokane. Wash,  -: *;J.-Campbell,.   ..-.?-���������  General Agent, Spokane. '.:"*���������  W.H. Hurlburt; G.P.Ai; Portland."*   "'  -   ,  *   *,     :. .*-  -*,;- _.      if  ..'  Spokane palls and/Jioptliepn  .Nelson -and Ft. Sfteppapd  Red .Mountain Wx*. .  .Tho only all-rail Toot" withont change o  cars bet-troen Spokane. Nortttrort. Roeakad  and -Nelson; also between Rcsilaad and  Xielson. "        .  DAILY     EXCEPT      SUNDAY*.  CODY LINK  _t__eave 11*0 am Sandon Arrive 11:15 am  Arrive lira) am Cody Leave 11:25 a m  ROBBRT. IRVING   < GEO.F.COPKLAND  O. F. and P. A.       I      Superinten ent  I.KAVG. NORTHPORT ABBIMl.  For Spokane��������� * -  _ From Spokane���������  tS0i).m. ' Isnnjn.  For Rostand- -      From Rosidand���������  wop-m .V.':./;.:...fcMajB. ,  For Nelson��������� From Ndaojr���������  1:10 p-m ���������.���������.."- ...l~*"8p_-������__,  '  aoee conwcUoni. at Nelson -with steamer,  for Kaclo and all Kootenay Lake points.        - ,  Passengers for Kettle Itlver and Boundary  Creek connect at Marcus with stage dally.      .  /"j- ^  .Arriving: Daily  A  full  line  of   Fancy   Goods, Toys.  Dolls,    Japanese   Ware    Gunics,  I'LTfunics unil Toilet Articles,  Our large stock of..  .will soon be all in.  For  a  suitable  Christmas   gift,   call  early and inspect our stock  at thu  anada Drug &  Book Co., Ltd.  Chas. R. Macdonald,.Manager.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  LOCAL AND JGENERAL   NEWS  An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal  and   General Items Round and  About Revelstoke.  t Bourne Bros, for liard ware.  Captain Troup is away on a trip lo  Montreal.  The Revelstoke Photo Co. have opened a studio on Douglas St.  ' Christmas groceries, fresh and first-  class, at C. R. Hume & Co's.  County court will open on- the loth  inst., at 10 o'clock.  See Stevenson & . Co's. dress goods  advertisement on tho first page."  General Booth, the founder of tho  Salvation Army, will pay his third  visit,to Canada in January, '08. -  ' PJ_. Bourne Bros, for Xinas groceries.  " For"dolls of ali kinds, sizes and  prices go to Canada Drug & -Book Co.  Ltd., Revelstoke Station, B.C.     "  Mr. Thos. Pippy has heen appointed  valuator foi' the Equitable Savings,  Building and Loan Association.  Sir Ohtirles Hihhert Tonper pissed  throHgh on his return to Victoria on  Sunday.  Coke is being sold in town at 25c. a  sack by the agents for the Kootenay  Smelting <fc Trading Co., Ltd.  ������ A large shipment of pie fruit just  to hand, especialiv put up for hotel  use.'at C. B. Hume & Co's.   ������  A company of local dramatic amateurs is busy getting up Our Boys foi  presentation here.  There   was   a   Graphophone   enter-  . tainnient.in Peterson -. hall last night,  which was atteriiled'hy. a very small  audience.  * A large stock of toys   and   farcy  goods just opened at Canada. Drug e*c  . Book Co., Ltd., Revelstoke Station, B  C.  Victoria Province: Revelstoke is  said to have practically doubled in  buildings and population since last  spring.  + Now that the coal famine is ovpi  we beg to draw the attention of the  citizens to the effect that we have received a shipment of G urn ey's f anions  self-feeders. These arts grand stores.  Vou should see them at ..CJ. B. Hume  '* to Co's.  Work is ���������: progressing nt tbe Rovel-  stoke Water, Power to Light Co.'_-  power house. Tin* flume and dam will  lie completed next week and the dynamo and machinery'have reached British Columbia and will arrive-now at  any time.  The exploration party sent out from  Kamloops to cover the .first stage of  the all-land route to the Klondike has  determined that a good wagon road  can be constructed at small cost- to  connect the North Thompson river  with Bridge creel"' on the Cariboo  road.  At this season of the year and often  some months earlier, it has been the  custom of the C. P. R. to shorten tho  hours of work-in the work shops. This  year work has been so brisk that the  shops are running with increased staff  for a full day of ten- hours and with  frequent calls for^ overtime.��������� Medicine  Hat News.  P. Genelle to Co's mill afc Nakusp is  running in full force and has CO mini'in  the woods. The change of time hy the  boats and trains has largely affected  the hotel business as passengers now  make close connections and do not  t-top over at that town. The steamer  X-ytton is at present on the ways being  generally overhauled and repaired and  is expected to be off iu ten days or two  weeks.  Revelstoke Fire Brigade No. 2 was  organized last Tuesday night and the  following officers' were elected: Chief,  S. S.'Sanndei'Sj.; assistant chief, J. G.  Allan: first lieutenant, F. J. Conway;  second lieutenant, A. E. Jackson: secretary-treasurer, \V. {". Birney, A  constitution and set of by-laws were  framed , and adopted, and Tapping's  hall secured as headquarters until a  fire hall i.s erected, wliich the brigade ]  hope3 will be very soon. Regular  meetings will be held;- every alternate  3Ionday dating from Dt'cetubcr 0.  I     |- Christinas cheese at C. B. Iliinii* to  j Co's.  !     Mi'. W. J. Goepel, provincial auditor  I is in town. I  This street, car service (is expected lo '  rociiiiiniunco tomorrow.  A carload of Ogilvie's flour and a  carload of 'timothy hay to arrive in a  day or two at C. B. Hume it Co's.  "We beg to draw the at ttuition of our  readers to J. K. Hull it Oil's Christmas  iiiiiuiiiik'iiiiii'iiI iu this issue. Manager  Wiiiifli'o.v promises nut lo be behind  times in a CrUtmas display.  t Don't, forget l.li.-it the hi**-t pliu-is  to get till kinels of musical iiistriiint'iits  and strings i.s al. the Canada.'Drug: ���������S-  Book Go. Ltd.,'Revelstoke Station, B.  Conservatives are, requested to re-  ineniher Hit* meeting in Pulursuii's hull  tomorrow night ut J8 o'clock. Every  Conservative in town should make a  Kpi'cial poinl of being-present.  One hundred sacks of niv have been  hauled over ��������� the summit from the  Waverley to the wagon road ready ���������  for rawhiding. Snowslides art* causing some obstruction on the new wagon road up the Canyon.  The Victoria skating rink was open-  op on Monday night. The rink has  been greatly improved. There are  coinforlable ladies' tind men's waiting  rooms, and it. is well lighted. The ice  was in first rate condition on Monday  night and about 100 people were present, skaters and spectators. Thu  Revelstoke Brass Band was in atlentl-  anee, and with a well rendered and  lively programme added greatly to the.  enjoyable nature of tbe evening.  Spokane business men have decided,  partly from the information furnished  them hy M r. J. D. Sibbald as the Revel-  stoke delegate to the Spokane Fruit  Fair, to send out a party to explore  tin; over-land route to Klondike, via  Revelstoke, Kamloops. Ashcroft and  thence northward lo the land of great  promise. The Spokane Chronicle says:  " Spokane is the place where the miners who developed t he resources of  this great country will outfit from.  They .lire not. going by an uncertain  water route, when t.hey can get a better land route through country they  can prospect all the way."  The petition to the provincial legislature to allow this place to take advantage of the Speedy Incorporation  Act has been dratted by the civic committee and ti copy bus been placed in  the Imperial bank"for signature. The  proposed municipality includes tho  whole area shewn on the map in the  Revelstoke Direct orv, with the exception of blocks 17, 54, 12. 13. 15 and 101.  which all lie close along the river hank  from the end of Find St.. almost to the  smelter. It also takes in SOO feet, beyond  the C. P. It. roadbed on the main" line  and 700 feet beyond the roadbed on lhe  Arrowhead branch.  To Rent  Gooel store or ollice In the olel Kootenay  premises. , 27ntf |  Mall j  Harry Edwards,  Taxidermist  Third   Street,  just  east   or   the  School House.  IX'ei- lloiuls, lllfils tuul Aiilnmls, etc., preserved  nml ltioitiileil, Mull Oriler.s promptly  titteiulctl lo. SiUni  Plain Facts  l-TO.  I.-  .'Tliere is proljably nil town :itt the  Dominion of Cauneln whicli litis a more  certain tint! elclluite future tjcfeire it  than the town of Itevelstoke. After  in at tire: elcli Iteration ..we selec.tcil it tis  the most elesiniljle point: in Kootenny.  Nature having Messed ; theV place in  location nnel in natural advantages, 11  ...but'remains for man to take advantage  ol its work.  .lsro. ix.  Visit R. S.Wilson's  Tailoring Emporium  and see.tlio'advantages that are offered  you to (.'et a suit of clothes���������remly-  mtiilc, miiile to order, anel perfect lit.  Positively the best stiiclc of: gooels ever  offered tlie: Kevelstoke public, at lower  prices than ever before.  R. S. Wilson  GERT1F1GATE0F IMPROVEMENTS  /  Conservatives!  Attention!  " CLYDK FIUCTIO" MISEHAIj CLAIM.  Situate in-the Illccillewitet Mining Division.  Where located���������Hounded on the South by  the Maple Leaf Mineral Claim; on t**o Ka-t  by the  lluire Fraction, on the Wist b;  thi Oa_c Leaf ."niiriil Cltiini; running to a  : liariow poii'.t on thu North.  Tuko "."olieotluitli Frank Slillman Barnard,  Fret Miners Cert lieiit'i No. ~8ti'J2,  is-itc'l at  NewWcsUnii.ster un the 17ih day of October,  ISftB; as r.Rent ternnd on bluelf of Ibo Ijilloot-t,  Fraat'r. lttver unil; Cariboo Gold Kiolds.' Limited. Fnc'linoiB Certificate No. 0118 A  i-sticd  at Now Westinins'ur on tie 30th day of June,  lOT. intend, G i days  from the date hert-o?, to  apply t> the Mining Hecotder for a Cut title ,te  .or.l'iiiprovbiuer.ts forth., purpose of oblainlap  a C.own Oiarit of the abi'.vc Mineral Claim  ._. nd fititlier lake notice, thnt r.ct.ion miller  section. "7, nuts', be e:o'.nmo*-ned hefo e the ia-  sirinc.: nf Mtc.li t ertillcnte of I.ni tovuir.ciit3.  D ted this 20tli cay if Oeio'r.ur, 18U7.  fc K. S. I������.\_t"N'ED.*  A meeting: of Consei-viitivcs for the purpo.se  of forming a Conservative Association ior  Kevelstoke will be held -in .Peterson's hnil at  8 p.m. Thursday, lice.". Every Conservalivc in  town is rctiuested to attend.  ���������28ll2t i      BV OKDEK.  MR, C.  BRANDON-MANNERS  (I.tite Scholar of .Winchester,anel grneluate of  King's College, London) is prepureel to receive  a limited number of pupils in Latin. French,  German, Mathematics, liue'1-..l, Algebra, Geometry, Chemistry ami Bookkeeping.  Evening cla-ses in commercial >uT_"cct������ for  adults-. -_i ouug und backward pupils aiivanccel  in elementary subjects.  JS-iREKER?->-CES_aLVJ_:N-____^_l"K:.:OI_OD*_.VT^_:___  Class-Room: Smelter bitileliiig. 'JOnlm  CALL  AND  INSPECT  OCK...  Silver w are  New Designs  Fancy  Goods  '.kbo'i "f E'iv York.  AT GHY BARBER'S,  c: I*. It: Watch issrEi.-Tnir  OLD JewkU.ef.v Stoiiii.  Strictly in the W00d  Rusincss now.    T have iU the present  time about 100 cords of'good, dry  Fir and Hemlock Wood.  Full mea������������re''g������ftrHntccrt-~-i-ri-?e<i'right.  ���������<��������� All order.-! left with "W. IJ. Peases Co.,  Revelstoke -Station, or nt the Herald  Office will receive prompt attention.  "UAS. C. HUTCHISON,  Jdtf , .Wood*Dealer an*d Carter.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby jjiven thnt applirntion will  be made to the Legislative Assembly of the  Province of British Columbia, at Us-.next session, for a Private Hill to incorporate a Railway and Colonization Company to build,eqiiitv-  rn am tain and operate a line or lines of railway from HO.me ^oint at or near the head of  steamboat navigation on the Hkcena River;  thence bv the rho������t feasible route to a point at  or near the Yellow FIcad Ha?s, or in the alter-  xintlvu to some point on the eastern bonndary  of the Province of Uritish Columbia by way of  the Par.nnlp Kiver, with power to extend the  said line from the starting point down to the  mouth of the said Slrecna River; and also to  authorise and empower the company to build  from time to time branch lines to farming  lands and to groups of mines nnd concentrators from any of the above mentioned lines of  railways, such branch linen not to exceed  thirty miles in length; with power to build  telegraph and telephone lines, nnd to C|ui;������  and operate the said railway and Us branch-.'",  and to erect nnd maintain all 7tcre������sary works  for the generation and transmission of electricity or power within the area of the operations  of the said; Company, and power to buHil,  maintain and operate^Hwharves, flocks and  steamboats, saw-mills, and acquire water privileges, to construct dams, flumes, etc.. for improving and increasing the water privilege?,  and to make traffic'-or other arrange-  jnents with railways, steamboats or other companies, and for all other usual and necessary  powers, rights or privileges for the purpose of  a railway and colonization company..  KODWKT.L, IRVJN������-&'"l_MJFF,  ���������Solicitor.-: for Applicants.  Victoria. B. C\, -llh November, A'.U. 1.07.  Ucc 10t w i  WARWICK FRACTION MINKIIAL CI-A1M  Situate in the lie U'ewaefc Mi.i'ng Dlvi'ion.  AVh re: lo������'utvd:   II >und>d o^i iho north;��������� by  th������ Ijiunat k. ininnai claim, on the r-outh hy  the Daroihy iniu* ral ciairn. on ihe cvt by  ���������vacant gr-und, running .west ;to a nun ow  ^loint. .        ^  Taktvnoticc that I. Frank Stilln-an.'.Pwrnatd,  Free _M::to������a -CirtilU-at. No. tTG-hl, if&uc.! a*  NowA\ eatuii-ster on the l"th dny nf Octob r,  lj?0t) lis fig-i'.utTor'ai.d on behnlf of thft.'Ldio.ier,  Frftpor.' Hiver and C*arib o (iold Fields. liiir.i-  ted. Free*_Min- r-i Co title ������to No. G11S A, issued  at Ntw Wcstmiir-ter on tli-������?0.h day ct <lur.e,  IS07. intend 00 ���������'days finmth-s date hereof, to  apply to the Minii-s R -.O'der for a O'er irir: .tc  ot Improvements  or iIim \)uro^*>o ot nhtair.i.-ig  a t rown Grar-t������ f the abovuMinrral Cl.im.  And  furihf t tuk'e^noiicu tha'- aufion titd'-r  Section  37. uiii^tr  be   conurie������<i:i"il   befo'ft  the  'is.*u:mce.nf eu'ch Ctrtifirat*.' of Itnreviunat.ts.    .  Daijd this 20_h day of Ut r-orriir. SK������7.  F.S. IJ\tvN.MtD.  BLUE JAY .MINERAL CLAIM-  Sitnate.in the���������!' Ji'icci*lcwa-~t. ?-Iinin-7 Division.  Where locate^; Abiut fo-^r miies i.orth *���������*   TIiajllewa-s-t.. Staiion.   iritlal    piisr  bei. vr  about: l(?rf<-_~t,r.orih t-naTErcTJrncr 5t~u%Ti--  ark mineral  Wm  Take notice that, I. Frank StUlman^Bema-d.  Free Mn-'r'.-i Certiticate No. 'Si W2 i-sa*id a'  New-Westmin������"ier.o.i the 17th <H*r, of OctoVer.  IS'**), a3''accent, for and oa boh^r* f the Lillooet,  PVsserRivrrsjrid Canboo Gj (i 'Fi*lc>, Liir.it*ni,  Froe ^ijiner's Certificate No. 6118a, ifwe^d a  New: Westminster''on the ,30th; d������y of -Tu e  l&97,.inu*ml;ti0dayH from ihe dato hereof to  arply to lhe Mining ReCrdor for a c-crtificit-is  of iaiprcvemen's ff,r,he pcrro3e of obtainii*^  a cr^wn gr,ant of the ? hove mineral claim.  And further l'*kts notice that nc*i n Under  Sec-ion ITJ must b'*- comincn.-ed. before1 the  I$*"a������"ce of soch ccr'ifi'j-iteo^ imorovemeaU.  Dated tbls'SOib day of Octobor 1%7.  23.-w9t ���������      F. S. BARNARD.  Save your oyus by RotUiig a  suitable pnii- of bpcetiiclcH. All  sights suitoil by n������iv process.  Glasses for ovory degree of  sbortsitfhtedness at. moderate  prices. Look iu and try I hem.  A largo jihsnrLiiienl nf smoked  and colored glasses.  Chas. J, Aman, opp. station.  It has been  predicted  lly tin- lej.ullnf! f.iilr.iii'1   me.'"   of   ruiiiieln  tll.lt   Kl'VUlttllfcl!   Will   lie   ellll)   tit   UlO llVU  lutulliii; towns nf   Knotc-my.,   IW 151-'0*  griiphlcnl peiMtion iiiiniiuiiiiltt il.  If you want to  invest your mon-y  C'tiine to Ucvul'teiUi', nml wliun you sottlu  ileiwii.ibiiv your  (Iroccrlos, Vlour,  I'ctnl  mill I'rovisious from  HUTCHISON & CO.,  The IjciuUiiK Croccrs;  _L������BflM'������_U9~'-  IIIll-ES^  ���������y���������i r\r-cjy r. p,  3JJ> -Li a-'i fj JL ^v jL fi^ii 'J'/JS     J������   t������^  THE PIONEER'  PAINT SHOP\j  liir.NEY  .t   NOIIUISOION,  l'l'.CIl'llIKTOItS.  Up-to-ilt-to Signs nml I'lno Piiparli"'-"'11"  n specialty, "mining, Ilitrdwooel Fiiiisli-  iiiB, Kiilsoinining ami Oeucral Hotisu  l'ninting.  A. N. SHITH,  ^ Baker-  Confectioner  Xmas Cakes a Specialty-  Orders Pflivered Promptly  "Wood! Wood!  Guaranteed Full  Corel Measure  The uneler.sipneel hits a ltir^e supply eif  Hemlock, Spr.ii'O, Kir, and Pine Woeiel fnr  stile. Anv person requii-iui? weioel will  kiiidlv leave their orders with-.Mr. W.M.  I.nwrenci', Kevelstoke Station, or wilh  II. X. Coursier, front St., Kcrolslohc.  ���������17ntl  FRANK JULIAN  A Shave  A Haircut  A'Bath'  Smoking Tobacco  Chev/ing -Tobacco  Choicest Cigars  Big Assortment  ���������  Confectionery. Fruits, Etc.  ���������Tonsorial Ar-isc,  Front Stkeet, ItEvi:i--'TOK*:.  KA'T TjjVN'AIIK KHACT10.ViIIN-'"Il._.I, CI.Ml!.  ?ituaiei in lhe Xlle-.--!lie-iv.-tipt Mininz  I������ivii*ij>n.  Wliorc  lni-nt.-il.   -I'ljoliiini;   the  ������������������/..itjurli"  JIIr.ernl eeluim on tile; eH--<t..  Tiike notice? llt.it I, Kritnk Ht.illtnun 'llr.rntir.I  free; Mlne-'r." e'crtiilcate So. ""!������. IjeMiHil at New  AVe'Stinlnsti-ir on the .17th of Octeiher,  l"fie*., tn  Aceiit for tinel ein >>e*lmU of tit'-* I.illoen't, Krrfs.jr  Rlior nml '"urilioo -.oltl Flclrt������, Limit."!,    l"re-..  -Miners cirtille'ietJj No. t'.lIS A,.' liwucl Kt .New  Vii'stiniuvter nn the JiOtli deiy eif  "line, 1897,-in-  ti.nd, e'tlelnys from the dtite hereof, t*i upply tei  the Minim*; Kecoreler for n elcrtltlcKte in" Im-  prov.-ment.s for   tlio  purpose*  of  olitaininfi; ti  .Town.('rnnt of th'-* Bl^ive mhier..l jerialm.  And furth'-r tnke nolle., that, eiotiein Under  "ectiem o" m-.ist b.- cotnti'-pnc'iel before  the I-  suiince of sur*h fertillciitt*. of Improvement**.  Dated tlil-> J)ih dny of Oetober. l-?7.  F.S. IIAKXARD.  Ive i-.-Lve a good supply of  ���������  Building  -R/5.-  ^~lf.kat 6 r iai"^^  _g5___a-.j-���������And Lumber  Cut Prices for Spot Cash.  Call and See us   We Can Fix You . . . . .  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  Agent for the Bllckensderrer  Typewriter*  f. B. VEhbS  Successor to GILKER & WELLS  Dealer in Hats, Caps. Boots,  Shoes, Gents' Furnishings.. Stationery,  Patent Medicines, Tobaccos and Cigars,  Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.  POST OFFICE STORE,  REVELSTOKE,  B. C.  W.  B.  PEASE & CO.   DEALERS IN......  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS  ;HAY,   FLOUR   AND   FEED;  A FINE ASSORTMENT OF TEA, COFFEE, BISCUITS, SOFT DRINKS ALWAYS   IN   STOCK.  A lai-se 1'Oiit.iKiimi'iit (if Skiitcs in nil stylos unil sizes JiihO In liand.  LAMPS  Evpi-y lU'siiipLion or Hull. Dininjt ltnoiii. r.filiooin. Hniif-inK nml I3i*iU'l.i'l L-mips.    Notil. in ik'siKii,  "    ' CX(1uisiii'Iy tiiiishi'il, voi-y RnitiililoforChvii-liiiiis J'li'sciita. .    .  SILVERWARE AND CUTLERY .   -:  Stock in Uiceu lines.vei-y complete.     Silvevwave the best in  the m.u-kt't.-espeeiii'.Iy seU'cted for tin*    .. _<_ ' Ulirisliiias li'tult*. ,   -    -  Cl,.nss Gootl-" in"Kf������it-v.n-i������tv.    W������'iw, P-iinisTKniv^ I'-omilpiti'il Bi-wul Knives, (Jtirvinsj.Sels,  1 - " , lite, Elc. *  . LAWRENCE, Hardware' Mercliaiit,  McCarty Block, Pacific Avenue, Revelstoke Station  ELLIS & GROGAN,  Insurance, Commission and Mining  Brokers,  ".VgonTs"for--tl-.e-0'.icen--l;-ii''J-Iii-.ut-aiice-Go.-,-iif  'America.  Represented hy "V. Morr!-, Tteveh-tr.ke.        Onli"  LOYAL-ORAI'.'GE LODGE, No. "658.  *       "refill tr 1:1 '"1 inc:^ nre hc'tl in llu*  -_ ~d "���������tll"\\"  U-.II "onllio aecoel  ni el  o fe-.urth Wi e'no dnys e.f ':ite;'n mouth nl  K7J 7 3D p 111.   VisitiiiK brethren ojidinlly  S> invi.e .. >  E. Adair, V/.M.       T.J. Graham. R. S.  Doors  -Sash  Turnings  ��������� " *i  IVIouldings  TRY THE  NEW  YARD  Arrowhead Saw & Planing Mills  "      Revelstoke Agents:   PIPPY  & WRIGHT  SILVERCUI������FKAOTlOXAT-MlXEItAI/CL\IM  Sltunto tn the Trout LnVo Mining* Division of  "V-v est Kootenay.   Whore locate^!���������On  the  Silver   Cuii   _monntaiii,   tKninded   on the  north by tho ������������������Piin^liImV on tho <>outh  bv  "Kri������c Colnafc*1-!," on the en-it hy ti.������_' "Kxoel-  Hlor"nml on the West by the -'"Silver Cup"  mineral claim.  Take N"otif.n that I, Fran".: StiUmK������  narnard,  Free Miners Certificate >*o. WSfflrl,  issueil   at  New Westminster on the:'l7th 'lav of October,  lf-f-'j, j������.s agent for and on behalf of the -Lillov-ct  FrARer Itiver and r&rlboo Gold Fields, Mmited,  Freo MincrH Certificate Xo. KllSIA., issued  at  New Westminster on the :>ith day of June lfi.97,  intend, fiO da>'* from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining fReorder for a eortlfirate of im-  provernents   for   the  purpose  of obtaininff a  Crown Grant of the above Mineral Claim.  And further take notiee that: aetioh, under  Sertlon  :T7.   must   be  rovimended  before the  is������nance of sueh Certificate of Improvement-?.  nated this auh day of Oet'iljor, lh**?.  K. ?. R.IRNART).  CONFRDKUATION*  M IN ERAI/ C LA IM.  Hitnate in tho Tront LikcMmirp Jlivia'o-n of  West Kootenay district.   Where locat d ���������  On teht~ Alpha ���������It-djce ab-jut six in le* from  Trout li-ike and being a Southerly cxtoa-  fiion of liict "Cukntul" mincril cliim.  Take Not :co that I. Fr ink Stillman Ittrnard  Free  Miners  Cettifica.c  No, SJ_G9i. issued i������t  New Westminster on -h*- 17th day of Octohc,  18UG as Aacnt for ond rn Irehalf of tho lilllooct,  Fraser River and Cariboo Onld Fields. Liini  ted. Free Miners Ccrlificn'c No, RI 8 A, iaeued  at New W< st-ndnster on the 30 h day  of Judo,  1897. inter fl, GO days fr������:in the daio hcrccf, ro  app'y to tho iVtininv Ilccorrier for a <"crti (If ate  of Improvcmdnts for tha piirpoyo of obtairring  i Crown Grant of tho abovo Mineral Claim.  '-;/*nd furtherletakc notici that actl*������n, iii.dnr  SSction 37. must he enmmene d before lho is*  suattcc of such Cerliflca-toof  ������mpn������Vv-mtiit������.  i>i,t -d thi.? SOth day cf Oriobcr, 1**7.  F. a. _bai:n  Stockholm House  J. Albert Stone, Proprietor.  Tiililo fiiriiislitiil with tlie (;lioicpst. tli������  iiinrkfii-, iilTmils. Best Willi's-. I_.itiiif.i-s  ���������mil Cif-iir*. Xjxrue lijiht liutl lviom?.  lUtew: $!.()() ii day.   ,Motitlily inte.  XjiLST  CHANGE  To set'iii'o one oC tlin'su dcsirhblii  lots CriKAI' on tlie C. to K.  Ste-uii Niivignlion Co.'s siti*.  Dont wnit till the boom hits  llie. town in the KpriiiK like .1  cyclone, but BUY NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE,  Sole Agents.  THE PIONEER LIVERY"--.  Food and Sale Stable of the Lardeau and Trout Lake District  o       t   ���������* ���������* i        ������  FKEICHTING  AND  TEAMING  A   SPECIALTY.  SjM~I)I.K ,VNI1  l'j\f:h" llOKtSKS  ALWAYS F'Jlt  HIKE.  ������  ���������.inn.  ��������� tally Klni;.; lcuvos Thomson's LeindhiR every morniliK at 7 o'clocl. tor Trout Luke City.  .Vrnirtieiiliirsiiritc CRAIG  &  HILLMAN, TUOJISON'S LANDING.  ]s found by Housekeepers   "vho   use.  Mc Clary's Famdus Stoves  *;-t^i  in cold weather.  We' can save you money on  Heating and Cooking Stove.*. It  will pay you to call and examine  our stock.  BOURNE BROS.' Stoves and Hardware,  REVELSTOKE STA.TION.  ia"    a u -s__"   a'j **~������~-"^/ au     ~C"i.      ���������"it' *--_/ h~|  Dealers in all kinds of  j* ll^ff f fll^C  Funeral Directors and Embalmers.  Upholstering Riul Kcimir Work n Specialty. - Mail Orders given Trompt Attention,  ORGANS AND PIANOS.  Agents for Ravmonel Sewing Machine, Maniifaeturcrs* Life Insurance Society, Union Firo  Insurance Co., Provincial Building efe Loan j'ssoeiation.  ~_"*ev_eIi8tos:'ei  srr-e^.Tioisr,   s. c.  THE-  ootenay  "Lumber  Co,  Limited   Liability.  All Kinds of Rough and Dressed  LUMBER  At tbe company's store is cari*iei" a full  stock of General Merchandise. Miners'  Supplies and Outfits at close rates.  COMrVPLIX,   B.C   I'-OABROIVHKAD  , Telegeaph to CoMArLrx.  R. TAPPING,  Agent for Revelstoke

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