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Array ,- .....^T  '/  -ISSTJE3D   -TWIOE-A-WEBK - WBDIrTESDAyS    ^nSTZD   SA-TTJ^ltJDJiSZS-  Vol. I.    No. 80.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1897.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  V  Shopping I  ^ Letter  v  HK first thing wise p.ople think of ffi  when ordering goola by mall la the &  Boots and Shoes     9.  ���������heed bi o gratifying rate.  Our Spec-alUee ���������_���������������������������  Groceries Dry Goods  Liquors  Cigars Men's Furnishings S  Crockery Tailoring- ������  Dressmaking *  Requests (or prico lists and samples  ������  recwlvo prompt attention. ss  Hudson's Bay Stores,  ^ ....Calgary....  Haig *& Crage  '"     "Sole Agent* for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  Three Things-  price,  Quality,  Assortment,  ���������Enter more largely into, the  act of buying 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,   Boots    and    Shoes,  ' Clothing,    Crockery     and  Glassware, and  prices that  others can't . touch, quality  of goods considered.     ,. "���������  We have elegant lines of  ��������� the beat   goods  at  various  - prices and -the latest* thing  in style of desig-ri'.    This is  just the time to buy rubbers  aud winter footwear.    It is  a pleasure for  us to  show  our goods.  Bourne Bros.,  Revelstoke Station  (THAS.R. CARLYON,  BABRISTER-AT-LAWi  SOLICITOR.  "   AND NOTARY PUBLIC  Oflice*:   rtooms land J." Pool Block, RevelBtoke. B.C.  ARTHUR G..M. SPRAGGE,  Barrister.* Solicitor, *&c  Notary-.F_">.tc...\    '.-.,'"-"*���������-  Office upstairs In Smith's block. Pacino Ave.  Rerelstoke.Station. B. C  WM. WHITE, Q. C,  Itj-KKISTSB, ROLICtTOR,  NOTABY  ~*CS"lC,  ElC.  a  '      Revelstoke. B.C.  ���������olf  "ollcttor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  JOHN D. SIBBALD,  Mining and' Real Estate Broker.  Notary Public,  "gent for: Equitable Savings, Loan it KiiUellng  Association.-*- Firo Insurance, tho best companies.    Office: FIrstSt., opposite Union hotel,  RBVin-ITOKK "TATIOK. .   --GAMBLE-&--0'RE!LLY,���������-  ClVIl, ENGINEERS.  PROVINCIAL LaND  '      . SURVEYORS,  Acconntaiiu and General Agents,  Kelson and Rowland, West Kootenny,  'British Columbia,   '  P. C. naXBLS, 3. V., M. Inst. C. E., M. Can. Por.  -C. E.-, P. I.. S. lor B. C... (lato Resident Engineer Department ot Public Works in  Canada in B.C..) Nelson. B. C.  FaiMns J. O' R������i U.V, A-w. M. Inst. C. E., V. Ij. S.  for B. C Rossland, B. C. Sjlytf  ROBERT SAMSON,  Dealer In Wood.  DraTing ������nd' Delli *a**y Work ft specialty at  lowest prices.  Teams always readr at a moment's notice.  Agent for tbe Stand ird Oil Company.  J.   R.   HULL   &   CO.,  Successors to Hull Bros. ������ Co.,  Butchers and Wholesale and Retail Dealers  4  Beer, Pork, Etc.  KAMLOOP8  and  BEVEL8TOKE.  All orders ia onr line promptly filled.  Plain Pacts  -csro. 1.  There la probably no town in tho  Dominion ot Canada which bas a mora  certain and definite future before it  than the town of Kevelstoke. After  mature deliberation wc selected It as  "he most desirable point in Kootenay.  Nature having blessed the place in  location and in natural advantages, it  but remains for man to take advantage  of its work.  25TO.   II.  Visit R. S. 'Wilson's  Tailoring Emporium  '��������� and sec the advantages that are offered  you to get a suit of clothes���������ready-  made, made to oreler, and Perfect lit.  Positively thcbe.il stock of goods ever  offered the Kevelstoke public, at lower  prices than ever before.  S. Wilson  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  Sutton Mineral Claim  Situate In the Illecillewaet Mining  Division of'-West Kootenay District.  Whore located:   On the northwest  siele of the mountain between the  Illecillewaet .'-Kiver  and the north  fork of the same, about Hie miles  northeast ol Illcelllcu net.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillnian Barnard,  Free  Miner's  Certilieate No. BSii'12, Issneel at  New Westminster on the 17th day of October,  ISM, managing dlrcctor-ot the I.llloct, Kriiscr  Kiver and Cariboo Hold Ficlels, Limiteei, Free  Miner's Certificate No. "lib A, issued at Xow  Westminster on the ,10th dav of .lune, 1897, intend, "u days from the date* hereof, 10 apply to  the Mining Kceorder for a Certilieate of Improvements, for the  purpose  of obtaining a  crown grant for the above claim  And further take notice that action, under  Section .17, must be commenced before the  lssuani'C of such Certillcato of Improvements.  Dated this 20tli day of Sept., 1897.  25se9tw F. S. BAKXAKD.  CLYDE FRACTION MINERAL CLIIM.  Sitnate In the Illecillewaet Mining Division.  - Where located���������Bounded on the South  by  the Maple Loaf Mineral Claim on the Fait  by tho Home Fi action, on the Wist by  the Oak Leaf Mineral Claim, running to a  narrow point on tbe North.  Take Notice that I, Frank Stillman Barnard,  Froo Miners Certitlewt-j No. 881192, issued at  New Westminster on tho 17th day of October,  18~~, as agent for Rnd on b hnlf of tho Lil'.ojcr,  Fraser Kiver and;i'ariboo Gold Kiel's, Limited. Fr. e Minors Certificate No. 0118 A i-sucd  at No* Westminster on tl.e SOth day of June,  1897, intend, fi'l days fiom tbeeiato hereof, to  apuly to tho Mining Recorder for a Certific >te  <-P  Df  of improvements for th* purpose of obtaining  a down t-traitt of the above Miueral Claim.  And further take notice, that action under  section 37, must be co-nine* ced befoie thu ls-  *8ii-.ncef>f -uch Certificate* of Improvements.  D .ted this j*0th .my of October. 1897.  F. S. B\KNARD.  Sterling  Remedies  Griffith's Maj^c .Lininient  * 'A*'MpuIar"bmiHcKold'ramctlv'and. a  "���������'. medicine > chest in itself. * Cures more  -   pains and stops more aches than any.  - other liniment known.  JapaneseCattafh Cure  Cures catarrh and  cold in the head.  Japanese Catarrh Cure has stood the  - test for over 10 years, and has proveel to  be the only remedy yet discovered that  will positively cure catarrh.  <_-^W. A. Griffiths & Co.,  Dnt-GGISTS, REVEU-TOKB.  Turkeys  Geese  Ducks  Chickens -  Wild Geese and Ducks  Oysters  -- -   - Bulk or Can  Clams  Crabs  Shrimps and  Fish  Choicest Beef, Mutton, Pork,  Sausage, Bologna, and Bear in mind  we have the biggest, best selected and  best displayed stock ever seen in  North Kootenay. at prices lower than  ever before during the Christmas  season in Revelstoke.  McCarty's Meat Market,  o  ���������     McCarty Block, Pacific Avenue,  2-nu   fceyelstoke Station  Save Your Eyes  Spectacles   .   mi   AUD   Eye-Glasses  At OUY BARBER'S,  Jeweller and Optician    C.P.R. Watch Inspector  WARWICK FR.CTION MINERAL CL MM  Situate in the Ule.-illevvact Ml.itng Divl-ion.  Wh.-re'located:  B unded on the north by  :     thel.anaiktriinpr.il claim, on the couth by  the Dorothy mini ml claim, on tbo ea t by  vacant gruund, lunnli.g west to a narrow  point.  Take notice that I Frank Stillnan ���������"arnard.  Free Mlr.oiB "'.i rtitlcat ��������� No. 8MS92, issued at  New Wcstmiiis'er 0:1 lho 17ih day 1 f Octob r,  1806 as agent for and on behalf of the Lillooet,  Frasor-River ond-;Caribi_ Gold Fields, Limited, Free Miners Co title .le No. C11S A, issued  atNuw Wi'S-mlnster on the SOth day ot June,  181)7. intend-." "days from tho date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a <"cr ifl-iate  of Improvements tor the purpose of obtaining  a e rown Grat t   f the abt ve Mineral CI dm.  And furtht r take notice that action under  .Section 37 muni  be  comniet c d before the  tssu nice of such Crrtifitateof Imn venietits. -  - DatKd this20thdij olde-tibcr 181*7. .--"  T S BUiNARD.  ELLIS & GROGAN,  Insurance, Commission and Mining  Brokers.  s.  Agents for the Queen Fire Insurance Co., of  America.  Kcpicscuted by W, Morris, K-jvclstokc.       Outj  A POLITICAL PECKSNIFF  So the Mail does not think llio timu  hns arrived for Conservatives in liev-  I'lstoke to oi-gauizo. In fact it does  not see any use for Hiieh nn organization nt all. Only the Grits are allowed,  in the Mail's idea of what is convenient  and suitable.', to have associations.  Tlii*y are the people. They can have  associations and conventions and platforms on provincial affairs, but Conservatives are only peanut politicians,  who have no right to any of these  privileges. The Mail is losing not ils  common sense, whii/h would perhaps be 11 difficult mutter, but  even its sense of -common decency, in its desperate efforts to  please its master and earn its money.  But Conservatives are, not likely to  pay nny attention to the insults of a  reptile organ -of the calibre of the  Mail. Tho poor thing has to go 1 hrough  its unties at the crack of the whip, and  if-iii its clumsy efforts to please the  boss, it should happen'tostep on somebody's toes, .allowance's enn.Jic made.  It probably does not really mean to be  offensive, but it does riot know any  hotter. ,       '  BLUE JAY ~1"N1"*"L CL*,I"I.  Si'.uote in the Illecillewaet Mining Dhiaion.  Whore locate I   Abrat four miles north of  Die ilh)V>A.t   Station    initial   post   being  about 100 f et 1 orth 1 f S E corner cf Lin-  -   'Ri'k mineral   1 >lin  -' Take notii e that I 'Frank Stillman" Bernard,  Fn 0 'Mme rd CcrtiHejnte So ~S"!I2 issued at  Now Westminster on the I7tu day of Oclober,  1S96. a. agent fo- nml on beh. f i f tho Lillooet,  FmserltiverundUiiribooGn d Fi ids,Limited,  Free Miners Certillcato So C118A. issued a'  New Westminster on ihe J0kh duy of .Im e  1897. intcnd,"G0d������ys<frcin iho drtte hereof to  apply to the Mining Rccr lcr for a cort.flcate  of improvements tor ihe purtose of obtaining  a crown grant of tho nbo*. e mineral. laim.  And further t'^ke notice that ac'i irundcr  Secticn 37 must be commenced b- foru ihe  iss<ia".cc of such cer.ifl'iat* of iniprovcmoiits.  Dated this 20ib day of October 1897.  ���������23 .w9t    - F. S. BARNARD.  EAST LANARK FRICTION MINEltAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illecillewaet Mining Division.  Where located, aeljoining the "Lanark"  Mineral claim on the cast.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman Bnrnanl,  Free Jliners certificate No. ������S'ii2, issued at New  Westminster on .the 17th of October, 1890, hs  agent for and on behalf of the Lillooet, Fraser  lliver and Cariboo Gold Fields, Limited, Free  Miners certificate"No. 6118 A,, issued at New  -Wcs-tininster on'tho 30th day of-Juiief-1897, intend, 00 days from the date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for a certilieate of improvements for ���������; the purpose of obtaining a  ��������� rown Grant of the abo\e mineral claim. .  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 mu������t be:: commenced before  the Issuance of such certilieate of Improvements.  Dated this -Aitb dax'of October, 1807.  ���������..���������.!������������������*���������'������������������ F.S. BARNARD.  SILVER CUP FRACTIONAL MINERAL CLAIM  Situate in the Trout Lake Mining Division of  v. est Kootenay.   Where located���������On the  Silver  Cup   mountain,   bounded   on the  north by tlie "Sunshine," on the south by  "Free Coinage," on the east by the "Exccl-  ���������"-* sior" and on the west by the "fcilver Cup"  mineral claim.  Take Notice that I, Frank Stillman Barnard,  Free Miners Certilieate No. 88C92, issued   at  New Westminster on the lilti'day of Oclober,  18%, as agent for and on behalf of the Lllltioct  Fraser lmer and i'ariboo Cold Fields,, Limited,  Free Miners Certificate Xo. 0118 A., Issued at  New >" cstmlnster on the 30th elay of June 1897,  intend, BO days from the date hereof, to npply  to the Mining Recorder for a certilieate of improvements  for  the  purpoi-e of obtaining a  Crown (irant of the atone Mineral Claim  And further take notice that actioh, under  Section 37. must he commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th day of October, 1897.  K. S. B.lRNARD.  CONFEDERATION   MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Trout Like Mini-K Division of  West Kootenny L).strict.   Where locat- d���������  ''On tha jMpha h-dge ab ut six miles from  -Trout Lake and being a Southerly extension of the "Colonial" niinf r 1 claim.  Take Notice that I Frink Stillman Barnard  Free Miners Cettificate No. 8cG9~, issued at  New Westminster on the 17th day cf October,  1S96 as Agent for and on behalf of tho Lilloost.  Krascr River and (.ariboo Gold Fields. Limi  ted. Frco Miners Certificate No. 61'8 A. ise>ued  at New West'i.insteronthe30 h day ot Jude,  1897. intend, GO days from the dale hereof, to  apply to the Minin-r Recorder for a Certilieate  of Improvements for the purpose ot obtaining  a Crown Grant of the abovu Mineral Claim.  And farther take notlo-* that action, under  Section 37. must be conuneno d beforo the is  suance of such Certificate of tmprov-nitnts.  Datvd this 20ih day of October. 1897.  : F. S. BARNARD.  Its latest role is that of the political  Pecksniff, and is well worth noticing.  It cannot enduie that Conservative!,  should have as much as a, local associ-  ution iu Kevelstoke, Hnd at the same  time with hypocritical itiipi.der.ee is  asking people to believe that the recent  Liberal convention and"their volun-  tceied ultimatum on provincial aff.iits,  have nothing tn do with the introduction of party . lines 'into provincial  affairs. It is-loud in its Pecksniffeon  protestation of iunoceiice. 'The Gi its,  it cries, do not want-provincial party  lilies drawn at the next election. The  convention, the association, the platform have nothing to do with any;  thing of the kind. - In fact if anything  they were intended to prevent the  introduction of Dominion politics into provincial affairs. How noble, is the  indignation, of   the  Kootenay--Peck-  Miifl at Iho bare idea of jiny such  I hing I llow refrcshingits innocence I  How exalted its virtue I How astonishing its resemblance to its great  prototype, that wondeiful mixture of  arrogance, self conceit and humbug 1  The wits, not of course of tho "Mail,  but of its masters, must bu trotting  very dull in tho enjoyment of this fat  things of ollice, if they expect people  to swallow this kind of gush without  a murmur.  But it won't work. Conservatives  may have no rights'-that the Mail and  its boss feel bound to respert, but they  are not simply natural born fools lor  all' that. They know very well the  fate which has befallen tho provincial  administrations of Ontario and Manitoba, under Giit auspices, and they are'  by no means anxious lo see British  Columbia added to the list of Grit  triumphs. Whatever may be the ultimate outcome of the present crisis in  the affaiis-of this province, it quite  obviously behooves Conservatives to  make sure that at all events the Liberal little game i.s turned' down. It  worked pretty slick at. (iist.but recently has go: a considerable setback and  Pecksniir is very mad about it-and  uses bad language, quite unbecoming  in so viituous a character. But. if our  enemies have lost their heads, that is  all the more reason why we should  keep cool, organize our party and  watch the progress of events, ready if  necessary to act with promptitude aud  decision.  SCOTTI" H CHIEF MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Tront Lake Mining Di*. Ision of  West Kootenay District. "\ here located:  Northeast of arid adjoining the "Sunshine"  mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman Barnard,  Free Miner's Certificate No. No. "8092, issued at  New Westminster on the 17th day of October,  189", as agent for and on behalf of the Lillooet,  Fraser River and Cariboo Hold Fields, Limited,  Free Miner's Certificate No. G118 A, issued at  New Westminster on the SOth day of June, 1897,  intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to apply  tn the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Im-  pro\ci_uents for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of tbe abo*.e mineral claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commeneeel before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 9th dor of September. 1897.  ������. S. BAKNARD.  Scjit 23-91  CERTJFICATEOnJMVEPdENTS  GOLD BUG FRACTIONAL MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Trout Lake Mining Division of  West  Kootenav District.   Where  located:  OnSil\er Cup hill, bounded on the north  bv "Sunshine," on lhe south by "Free Coinage," on the east by "riiher Cup," and on  the west bv "Huron" mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman liarnard.  Free   Miner's  Certificate No. HtSCM, issued at  New Westminster on the 17th dav of October,  1890, as agent for ond on behalf of the Lillooet,  Fraser River and Cariboo Gold Fields, Limited,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 6118 j\, issued at  New Westminster on the 30th dnv of .Inne, 1897,  intend. CO davs from the date hereof, to aptilj  to the Mining Kecoreler for a Certificate of Im-  pro*.cuicnti  for  the  purpose of obtaining a  Crow n Grant of the above mineral claim.  j" nil further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.       .  Dated this 9th day of September, 1897.  ���������-=tj- F-S.-BAKNARD���������  Sept 29-9t  MOUNTAIN MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Trout Lake Mining Division of  West Kootenay DUtnct. Where located:  Northeasterly from and adjoining the  "Towser" mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Frank Stillman Barnard,  Tree Miner's Certificate No. 881.9^, issued at  Now Westminster on the 17th dav of Oetoher,  1896, as agent for and on behalf of the Lillooet,  Fraser River and Cariboo (,'eild Fields, Limiteei,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 6118 A, issued at  Novv Westminster on the SOth day of June, 1897,  intend. 60 days from the date hereof, to applj  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above mineral claim.  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this Oth dav of September, 1897.  F. S. BAKNAKD,  Sept 29-9t  CFRTIFICATE0FIMPR0VEMEMT8  COPPER CROWN MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the lllecillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenay District. Where located:  Being a northerly extension upon the  Silver Bow mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Waiter Scott, acting as  agent for the Fish Kiver Copper and Silver  Mining Co., Ltd.. Free Miner's Certificate No.  91194, intend, CO days from the date hereof, to  applv to the Mining Recorder for a certificate  of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a crow n grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certilieate of improvements.  Dated this 29th daj of September, 1897.      ^  2o9tw  THE BADSHOT  Development  Work   on   this   Valuable  Lardeau Property.  Fred. Campbell and "Win. Johnston  are down from the Badshot mine.  Tbey state it is their intention to do  no'more work on this propeity until  February nej-t. In an interview with  Mr. Campbell some interesting information was gleaned. He said: "We  have done now somewhere in the  neighborhood of .$00 feet of development woik. To begin with we run an  incline tunnel for about 80 feet, and  then going some distance away drove  actosscut. after reaching the vein we  drifted back and toiinected with the  incline tunnel. At the angle formed  by the crosscut tunnel and drift, we  sunk a winze for a depth of 50 feet.  and when we left ol" work weie engaged in drifting right and left from  the bottom of the winze. The vein  heie is six feet thiough and cuts the  formation. The p.iystronk is 30 inches  in width and eoniunsed of two feet of  concentrates mid about six inches of  clean ore, the average of which runs.  25t ounces silver and 75 per cent. lead.  About 30 tons of this ore is now on the  dump, tind if the vein continues to  look as well as it does~at piesent. we  will have as rich a proposition us  there is in the district."  SILVER BOW MINERAL CLAIM.  Situate in the Illecillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenay District. Where located:  On Copper I'eoK.  Take notice that I, Walter Scott, acting as  agent for the Fish Kiver Copper and Silver  Mining Co., Ltd., Free Miner's Certificate No.  91194, Intend, 60 days from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  oi Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a erovvn grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such certiflcate.of improvements.  Dated this 29th day of September, 1897.  2o9tvv  INCORPORATION  The Herald entirely fails to  understand why the.civic committee  does not get down" to the business  entrusted lo it of eiidilating the  petition Hiking for special legislation  to enable the town to incoiporate.  Anybody would _. almost think that  either Itevelstoke was the first place  in the Dominion to attempt incorporation, or that everybody in it had  dropped from the skies, or else, as tlie  Herald is -rathej' inclined to believe  inust.be the case "with ^some of the  'tii'uibers of both.the old'and the present committee,'have never lived'in an  incorporated town in Western Canada  or helped to make the history of one  of them. There is, it appears, a big  stick in some, people's'minds for fear  the whole of the money collected by  taxation should go to pay official salaries. Can anybody give one single  instance in the Dominion in which  this has been,the case, or in which incorporation has not inablcd a place to  spend money to increase in u dozen  ways its conveniences and comforts as  ���������i point of business and residence ?  Other people are scared r lest the  Smelter Co. or some other townsite  owners shrnild_oppose��������� incorporation;"  but surely it is not our business to he  exercising our imagination, to in vent-  obstacles to incorporation. It will be  quite tune enough lo meet and conquer theni when they actually arise.  Such opposition, if it exists at all, will  be just as likely to exist ten years  hence as to-moirow.  The gist of the whole matter is just  this: Incoipoiatiou is a fine thing for  any place that is going ahead. It is a  bad thing for a town that is standing  still or declining. People expect to  sec a live place incorporated. They  wonder why* its occupants choose to  remain so long in a disorganized condition. They.look upon iucoiporatioii  as a sign of the faith of the inhabitants in their own town. If we believe  iu Revelstoke's fiituie as*the coming  business centre of North Kootenny.  by all means let us incorporate. If,  on the other hand, we really* think  that the pi ogress of this place during  the past few years rests on no solid  foundation, and that its futtiie is uncertain, then let us leave incorporation  alone. But at all events let us nuke  up our minds on the subject, and if we  have decided on incorporation, let us  go to work like men who mean to  have it and to make it an advantage  and benefit to our town; not like people who do not know exactly whether  they want it or not, and are half  scared how it will turn out if they do  get it.  COrFER HILL MINERAL OLAIM.  Situate in the Illecillewaet Mining Division of  West Kootenoy District. Where located:  Being a southerly extension upon the  Silver Row mineral claim.  Take notice that I, Walter Scott, acting as  agent for the Fish Kiver Copper and Silver  Mining Co.. Ltd., Free Miner's Certificate No.  91194, intend, GO days from the date hereof, to  apply to the Mining Kecoreler for a certificate  of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a crown grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, unelcr  section 37, mutt be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 29th day of September, 1897.  2o'Jiw  Miss Hultie"Xee has taken a position in the Canada Ding to Book Co's.  store.  Messrs. Lund to Default have leased  from Messis. Field & Bourke for a  period of two years the well known  Senate hotel. The new proprietoi-s  are putting in water, electric light,  etc.. and will entirely renovate the  house throughout,, sparing neither  time nor money to make it firsc class  in every particul-ir. Mr. Chas. Nelles  is in charge of the bar. The management will change the name, of which  mention will be made in their advertisement in tho next issue of the  Hekald.  The Rev. A. E. Green. Grand Chief  Templar for British Columbia, will address a public meeting, pn the plebiscite question in Peterson's Hall tonight at 8 o'clock.   '  "Dr. R. G. Brett took' advantage of  an adjournment for one week.of the  N. XV. Territorial Legislatuie to, take  a run out west and registered here at  the Hotel Revelstoke on Sunday.  On Monday evening at Peterson's  hall the Bight Rev. Dr. Dart. D. D..  the Lord Bishop of New Westminster,  will give a short address, his subject  being "Patriotism and the Poets." A  programme of vocal and instrumental  anisic will also be given. " .  Ntxt Saturday morning the Bishop  of New Westminister will arrive in  town aud will spend .Lhe following  Sunday here. He vvill administer the  rite of continuation at the evening  service. ,    . .        ._.-,-���������������������������  A meeting of tho" civic committee  ot Trout" J������ike City held last Saturday  week p.iss������*d a motion^requesting 'Mv.  Kellie and the Gold Commissiouur, lo  tiy and get'nn appropriation to^ilefray  th**.expense of felling the- trees 'over.-'  hanging the Trout Lake trail.      '  Messrs. D. Ferguson and .T.^Knowles  leturned on Monday moining 'from  the const. They have taken in the  Sound cities, Seattle *aud "* Taeoiiiu,  wliei e they at e expecting a big rush  of trade fiom outfitting .for Klondike  next season, and Port Townsend.  where H. B. Crockett is l tinning a  saloon.  The body of Thos. Wallace was sent  east to his"old home near Renfrew iu  Ontario on Sunday morning. About  25 membeis of the Change lodge paid  the last token of respect to their deceased brother by assembling nt the  station to see the remains shipped. 1 ~  -���������Mr.-Clias.-R.-C.irlytin.-b*"rrister._-ac-  companied by his sister. Miss Carlyon,  leaye.tonight on"No. I for California.  W'hei e.he goes for the benefit of his  hci.llh. While the'-'iTia'ny friends'of  Mr.-Carlyon regiet his departure, they  all join iu wishing him a safe journey  and speedy return to healths-under  California's sunny skies.  Rev. F. A. Ford returned fiom the  west on Sunday morning. Mr. Thot n,  of Vancouver, accompanied him on a  visit to Revelstoke, and will be his  guest for ti short time. Mr. Thoin is  a good organist and will play the  organ iu St. Peter's church during his  visit.  It i.s rumored that the candidates for  the Lieiitenant-Govornoiship of the  Not I hwest Territories, whiih will be  tendered vacant on Jan. 1st by the  resignation of Hon. C. E. Mackintosh,  will he a relative of Hon. Cliffoid  Sifton, or one of Ihe Quebec ������-iippnr-  ters of the Liberal p.u ty, who consider it the turn for a French-Canadian  nomination.  The s. s. Lardeau, which has been  running on the Arm for some time in  the interests of the Kootenay Lumber  Co. is to be taken on sleighs to Tiout  Lake as soon as the loads get good.  Cory Menhenick will not put a boat  on now as was anliiipi'.ted. The Company will push their interests on the  Ai in next summer by refitting the s.s.  Archer or in all probability by building a new faj-t hoat to better compete  with the C. P. R.  David Brown, who is conducting  placer operations above the Canyou  of the L.irdoau near Trout Lake City,  states to the Topic that he has ten  men at work and expects to start  washing this week. He' has found  prospects on the creek giving jis high  ���������is S30 to :i yard and think it will run  in the bed of the cieek all of 810 to a  yiud. He thinks a .company with a  plant large enough to handle the dirt  would do well on the benches.  Thu children of the public school  are ai ranging for a gi.ind concert in  Tapping's Hall, on Fi iday, Dec. 17th  next. The teachers are now busily  engaged with the children in rehearsing an excellent progi amine, and it is  to bu hoped the parents and ftiends of  the little ones will lend eveiy effort to  ciown the affair with success. Tickets  will be on sale by the r-hildien in afew  davs, and three prizes are to given to  the three children who sell the largest  number of tickets.  CENTRE TORONTO ELECTION  BERTRAM      ELECTED       BY  MAJORITY   OF   276%  C. P. R. and Grand, Trunk Fight Over  the Klondike Trade ���������China Helps  England to Increase Her Fortification*" .  ���������Hard on the Klondike Wild Cat���������  A'New Supreme Court Judge���������-Tha  Silver Quotations  (Special to the Herald.),  Toronto. Dec.l.���������In Centre Toronto*'  Dominion election   Bertram, Liberal,  was elected over Howland, Conserva-. ' **  live, by a majority of 270.  New youk, Dec. 1��������� Bar silver, 50J ;.  Lead, $3.50; Copper. $10.75." -.  .        .  London, Dec. 1 -China has ceded .ir  stiip of land to England near Hong-   "  Kong to enable them to increase thciL*  forCih'cations. _    " i-  Vancouver,   B. C, Dec.   1���������Supt-  Jeans, of  the   Western   Union Telegraphs, is here today   arranging   for-���������  the extension of their Clinc from- New-    .  Whatcom to Vancouver  Toronto, Dec. 1���������The C, 5. R..and . " -  Grand Tiimk have commenced a rate  war for Klondyke trade vi.i_*the Coast.  London,   Dec.   1���������The" Daily  Tele- -, .  gram says:   If the Klondyke wild cat   " ,  scheme  don't stop the naine/of "Klon-'   *  dyke will  very soon stink in tlie'nos--:J-.  trils of the spectator. ' '"��������� '  "'/,. .-*  Toronto. Dec. -1-It is_.iinderstooil^  that Mr. Irving of   Bodwell & Irving"    ~'t  of Toronto, will  be appointed,a sup-,   '-.  reme court judge. *��������� ���������>   " ..'* - "*.  The Ontario legislature-opened^yes- ***��������� <>  terd.-iy. A surplus-will he shown p"'^ ' '������������������  the year's business of ~~00,00p."t-^ * V  ,    /.  " --   ' y-  .,' A?*,.  U*!\&'  Wedding Bells.' ... *. c  * . -������������������* *i-    ^  .' -Two quiet weddings carne.off .at Mr.  Ed. Adair's residence' early,t'on 'Moi������-,.  day- morning, -jvvhen"Rey.*C. A.-Pro-.'  cunier, Methijdist. minister., of" Kaslo,'  and formerly of ..this place; "united Iin ������  niatrinionyj���������_,o_j>f-^yelstoke'8'mos6--  popnlaf young Jiiiies^iu"d'^wo.>.wellr"  known gentlemen of' this district,' ~Mi-._y  ir.Edwaiils.-of Donald, and MissAdafr,"-  and Mr. Chas.   Holten "and *_Miss"Ed-,  wards.   .The  happy,couples  left'^'on''*  Monday morning's train  for  Glacier.  The Herai D extends its* congratulations, with which go those of the rest ���������  of the community,  among'whom   all.  the contiacting parties have" been so"^  long known and respected.'  -.-��������� js-  * v-",?l  ' ���������'-_.  -__������j* L  "-"-KI  The Stickeen and Teslin Router '"��������� r   -  Supt. E. J. Duchesnay, who returned '  on Saturday fiom   Montreal,-is once ,  more esconced in  his* office upstairs  at the   depot.   . During  his  trip-he  .tramped 171 miles between Telegraph'.."  Cfeek"aiKl Teslii_rIiUce^Th"e-^o*urit'ryJ=~^  is mountainous but  feasible' for' the"'  construction of a railroad.  - Through y  the cascades along the  Stickeen .the ._  district is well   timbered with heavy"*'  pine and hemlock, but in. tha interior  the timber is sparse- au7l.sciub_hy;'and"  much of it destroyed by ilre/oij swejit'*'*  otf by the   fearful  blizzards native tn  the country.     The  navigation of tho  Stickeen is good   and   would   require."* "  but little hnprovemeut in the way of -  snagging.     The   construction  of-"tho"  proposed line would be costly, and of  course would bu undertaken at'ti certain amount of  risk, as to both' tho   '  amount and permanency of its traffic  receipts.     Yet   Mr.   Duchesnay says  that, without professing'to be a mining expert, in his opinion there will ho  a  dozen   and   more   Klondikes"' dis.  covered   ns  soon   as   the   country   is t  properly prospected.    At present, ow- -  mg to the lack of transport facilities,  there is an immense aiea ot country,  olf   the   beaten   tracks,   quite   uuexplored, as no prospector can park in '  enough supplies to last him during the  length of time required to get in and  prospect it pioperly.  Mr. J. D. Graham's * handsome, cot������  Uige on Second St. is assuming a finished appearance. Mr.-Kernaghan is'  the contractor.  The wecklv assembly last night in  Tapping's Theatre was a'big success.  A large attendance of both ladies and  gentlemen wete present and a most  enjoyable evening was spent. Mr. R.  Gordon acted as master of ceremonies.  The Four Leaf ComedytTcompany  concluded a two nights' engagement  at Peterson's hall on Saturday evening  lasf. The'piograinni������ started with the  one-act comedy ���������__ Happy Pair,"  which was rendered by - Air. Chas.  Hand and Miss Dolly Wallace to the  frequently manifested appreciation of  their audience. > This was followed by  a variety entertainment in which the  dancing of the King sisters and Mr.  Hand's cleveily dene character impersonations were the star events,  though Mr. McCall in his Irish selections had an enthusiastic reception.  The Company intend to return in ti  few weeks' time, and on their next  visit should secure larger audiences  than those who came to witness their  pei formances on Friday and Saturday  last, which through a series of-unfors-  tunatc errors were not as well'itdvevb-  ised as they should have been,' - .  ">!  ������/,->������? Revelstoke  Herald  Published In Interests of  Revelttoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Ttout Lake  Illecillowaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  ��������� Pus and Eagle Pass District b.  A. JOHNSON Proprlolo".  O. B. OROOAN Editor.  A StmlWeoklr Journal, published In the  lotertits el'KovcHtoko and the surround or  district, Wednesdays and Salunlajs, making  closest cbnncctiona with all trains. ��������� ���������   Advertising. Rates : Display ads, _~1 TO por  column loch.T)".W per loch when Inscrtcdontitlo  page. Legal aas..-12o per (nonpareil) lino for  first insertion; So for each addllluiml Insertion.  Reading notices, 15c per lino each Issue Birth,  Marriage and Death notices, froo, m    ^  Subscription Rates: By mall or carrier. 92 00  par annum; |1," for six months, slrictly in  adrancei. - .  our Job Department: ~hb Hnui.n Job  Department Is ono of lho boot oqulppod  printing offices in .Wcsi Kootenay. and Is prepared to execute ������U kinds of priullng in llrst  clam stylo ������t honest prices Ono prico to all.  No job too large���������none too small���������for us. Mai  orders promptly attended to. Give us a trial  on your next order. ,  ��������� To Correspondents: Wo Invite correspondence on any subject ofJntorcst to tho general  public and desire o reliable regular, correspondent In every locality surrounding  KOTelstoke. In all cases tho. bona lido namo  of tho writer mUBtaccompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publicatio-*.  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko." 3. C.  We now beg to call the attention of the Public to our New Lines just received  in   the   following1   articles:  fi  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDEDS-  ,1.*AU correspondence must bo legibly  written on one side of ihe paper only.  J. Correspondence containing personal  matter must bo signed with tho pt por namo  of the writer. -        . .        . .  3. i orrespondence with roferonco to anj  thi.BR that has' appeared in another paper  must first be offered for publication to that  paper before It can appear in The Ukualu.  DRY GOODS���������Comprising the latest designs in  Dress Goods, Cashmeres, 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.    1,  1807.  HARDWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS -  Parties furnishing are invited to inspect our  Stock of Stoves and Heaters, including tha 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 in the  Dominion��������� We lead in Tea and Coffee.  Agente :  RAM LALTEA'S  C. B. HUME & COMPANY  Agents :  ^Victoria Powder Co.  THE W'INTER TRIP  (From the Calgary Herald)  The unexpected  in   regard  to  overland      travel      toward     the  Yukon has happened.    While   a  big rush this way ~va~ expected  in the spring very lew were prepared  for   the    tide    which   has  already set  in . of. parties determined to make their way to the  gold fields over the snow.    Since  the beginning of  winter   several  " parties have arrived and outfitted  tor the lonsc trip over the snow  and more are coming.   People who  know from experience   what are  -the difficulties and hardships of a  long winter journey such as this  don't require to be reminded that  under the most favorable circumstances the trip is a serious undertaking.-   It is in the interest- of  .  the' overland route itself, no less  than in the interests of those now  starting that the-dangers of the  trip should not be underestimated.  Not only is the trip with sleighs an  arduous undertaking in itself, but  there is to be faced the probability  ���������in fact it might safely be called  the certainty���������of being blockaded  anywhere   between   Peace River  and  Lake   Francis.     Spring and  bare ground would thus find the  travellers    with      their     sleiyhs  and with no means of continuing  their march  except on   fcot,   or  with  an   insufficient  number   ol  horses,  which    would   of   course  necessitate abandoning a considerable portion of their supplies.   It  is much better that the intending  gold  seeker   should   know   soiue-  ~tbinTof~tlre~diniculties"-ii*~h-s-to  f ace than that he should discover  them  when  beyond  reach  of   a  remedy.  POLICY OF THE  C. P. R.  IN THE WEST  Tj tho Editor of Tub Hkiiald.  SIR,���������Having in mind the many inconveniences suffered by travellers at  the hands of the Canadian Pacilie railway in the west and at this point in  particular, and in view of the manv  .recent accidents occurring on the  western division, it appeals* to me an  opportune time to call the attention  of the people of Canada to the policy  of tbat gigantic corporation u in the  west. Particularly is the time opportune, as it is generally known that at  tbe approaching session of Parliament  Tct another haul will be���������or rather  the attempt will lie���������made to exact or  extrACtan additional subsidy or .bonus  out of the people ot Can.idaoii account  of the construction of the Crow's Nest  Past-railway. With that I shall have  nothing to say in this, communication  further than to state on the authority  of competent railway contractors as  well an of engineers of established reputation, tnat the Canadian Pacific  will net^-out of the bonus given theni  hy parliament at its last session'1 of  eleven thousand dollars per mile���������a  clear one million dollars in cash, and  in addition, the land bonus granted to  ttaeB. C. Southern by the Government of British Columbia. Whether  this, when considered: in connection  with the value of their franchise, is  enough, or whether they are entitled  to more, I will leave Jlr. Farrar, who  was sent west to write up the neces-  ������-it"ps ot the case, to say. * The object  of this communication is rather to call  attention to the parsimony of the  policy of that corporation in the west,  " and the danger that must ensue as the  result of a continuation of that policy  to th<* travelling public.-*  I will mention first, Mr. Editor, the  I breeaccidents that have occured within the past few days at Calgary, the  two on the McLeod branch, and then  the one on the big hill to the west.  First there was the "jam-in", as Jt is  is called in railway parlance. It hap-  __. pened-aliout half past twelve at night,  "only fifteen minutes before the express was, due from the west, one  freight running into another. Some  thousands of dollars worth ot freight  was lost; an engine disabled; the line  blocked; but, fortunately, no one very  seriously injured.  Verdict���������(practically):   "No   one   to  blame."  The truth was-that because of the  parsimony of the policy of the C. P.  It. on this division, there were not  signalmen enough to do the work.  Trainmen are expected and are enjoined to do the work of switchmen; they  depend on "orders". Orders It must  be understood are messages from the  dispatcher, and anyone who has had  to do with the office at Calgary knows  how almost impossible it is lo get any  satisfaction, much less' a message, ont  of or through the operative office of  telegraph service at Calgaiy. Of that I  will have something to say at the close  of this letter, In a word the management is too stingy, because of the  desire to make a good financial showing to put enough men on to  do the work, and too shortsighted to  see, or too indolent to look into the  cause of the accident whicli caused the  loss of a few thousand dollars of freight  and the miraculous escape of a lew  employees, where it might have  been liundrods of passengers of the  regular express under die same policy.  A few days later almost at the same  hour at night, when the express wiLli  its human freight is expected from the  west, and an hour and a half later the  express is due from the east, two  freight trains collide in the Calgary  yard, the one from the west, heavily  loaded, and v. ith a car lo.ul of dynamite, pitches engine on into another  freight. The result was a most complete wreck of two engines and one  freight train. Fortunately the train  hands escaped with a few slight bruises. But, Mr. Editor, one trembles at  what might have been the result had  the car of dynamite exploded. As it  -was the-fcender was-jammed���������intn_the-  car of dynamite; the latter did not  explode, or the city of Calgary would  now have been in ruins and hundreds,  ave, perhaps thousands, of lives  lost, as the result of what weare bound  to believe, a parsimonious economy of  the management on this division.  The verdict, as the result of an enquiry, (practically): "Xo one to  blame."  The next, and only a few days later,  was the breaking through of a freight  tram crossing the Bow river bridge  three miles east of Calgary. This  bridge had been condemned a year ago  and was tit the time under repair, yet  it must be evident to the most impartial that "some one blundered" else the  train would not have been allowed to  cross. The same result v.-ould have  followed had the train been a passenger.  The accident on tbe big hill is a more  glaring evidence of carelessness cr incapacity, or both, because of the economy chaiacteristic of lhe management. The main line is and has been  for some time in a. notoriously bad  condition. It will be understood that  on each side of the Big Hill safety  switches are put m. These are always  open for the purpose of catching a runaway train, and are only closed on a  signal from the engine in charge of a  train. In this" instance, the freight  train west bound had got away from  the brakemen; had the engineer allowed it to go the wreck of the passenger  train then standing at Field would  have been inevitable. They took the  switch and with it their lives in their  hand������. The engine was turned up and  disabled and freight and cars were  tumbled promiscuously into the Kick-  ingHorse. Said a railway engineer  to the writer not long ago: "God pity  the man who is forced to take one of  these switches, they are old, rotten  and worn out. They have been in for  12 years and would not hold a wheelbarrow.  Verdicl:  "No blame to anyone."  The last two occurred in the neighborhood of Macleod on Friday night  last. The writer has not learned the  particulars, but it is known now two  lives have been lost. Another man  escaped with two broken legs which  will probably have to be amputated,  another bruised so badly that it is  doubtful whether he will ever be well  again. (Since the same has been  written the man has died of his  injuries). Theie is not a doubt that if  an impartial examination is made  that the direct cause will be found to  be in one case one result of that economy characteristic of the management  and in the other gross if not criminal  carelessness.  _Just a word respecting the telegraph  service in connection with tho runninc  of trains, particularly at Calgary. I  say in connection with running of  trains, for so far as 1 am able to learn  no complaint is made of the commercial branch of that service. But in  connection with the arrival and departure of trains, the system���������it' system it  can be called���������is rotten. Civility or  oven ordinary courtesy is an unknown  quantity. It is a rarity to be able to get  any information from the operator as  to the arrival of trains, and it is a frs-  quent occurence, in fact, infrequently  the reverse���������thatptissengois are called  at the dilTercnt hotels and kept for  hours waiting in uncertainty. A  travelling agent of.the company said  not long ago to the writer: "L don't  wonder that the people here kick, it is-  a shame,*' and in reply to my question  why he did not report the lacts he  saw; that to do so he said would be to  bring the whole operative stall, down  on his head. More recently a -Minister  of the Crown complained bitterly at  being called I think six hours before  the departure of a train and expressed  his intention of repotting thiugs as he  found them to Sir William Van  Home, by whom he had been asked to  note any" irregularity in the service.  It is sincerely to be hoped, both in the  interests of the railway and the public,  that the minister's good resolution  will hold until he reaches Ottawa.  In conclusion, Mr. Editor, I wish to  state that I am. writing without a  particle of malice or unkindly leeling  towards the Canadian Pacific railway  or any person connected in any way  with ic, and am only stating what 1  believe to be true of the condition of  things existing, which in the interests  -0"_the-raiLw.Lsy__anrl___inone___particiilaiI\-.  in the interests of the public of Can-"  ada should exist no longer. It is a  notorious fact that the Canadian Pacific Railway are���������in so far as it is  possible for ti gigantic corporation  with almost unlimited i-'sources to be  ���������censors of the press, if not the masters of it. With their patronage and  judicious distribution of ptiises, our  legislators and public men are no  longer free agents, and too often it i-.  painfully evident that thev dare'not  speak out in the interests of their constituents, fearing the "glassy eye" of  the company, and all it involves to  them. Are the public to continue to  be "hewers of wood and drawers of  water?'' Have.' we any rights that  they should respect? Possibly not.  Mr. Editor. Then is the earth" theirs  and the fullness thereof.  Tn.WKI.LKl".  FERGUSON  The Centre   of the   Lardeau - Mines  Tte Pioneep  Stores  ,ir-,of Ferguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins, & Co.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners'Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods,  Ever} thing  to  1 o  found in a. Kcncral store.  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Limit,  T1i������ti.  nri*  lio.ipv.  nf tliinlng money  Se-iitleTe il   .low n   hy   r:.rol<--.-i   hands.  Wasting all  in sunny  ���������.wiillier  Willi., tli.-  rol.In sine-, his. June-���������  Cme-lfs'i   llieyv.  tint  rrtiini;   ���������*. hcthor  Winter  comr'ih  Lite or s.ioi"  Anel  tli!.' roliln. rntli aelil^or,  Slnj,-s his ne.\rr-e-itelinir Iiy;  "Who  so  torry ni   tli-**  tnls-'r?  Li-t's b' happy  while' \ve������ mny!  For as   ipringtinii*  c.UM  to   ple-ainre,  Kitst  slii' tilts  he*r  way  alius;  Anil   the* goiii   tlmt   lo.i-j'r   you   treasure  firings the* lightest laugh  nnili none."  "till the* cool Mn;," tilnels ilis.li.-vol  Ornssext tall  that loan  ami   wait,  Wherr the- elanelellons  re'*.e*l  At   Qiit-pn   Nature's  Romcom   fete;  Anil the olel  sun's -.vine is   mellow  Wlt'-n tliev drink my health to-elay,  Holding  hlsh   their enps of yulloif.  An  I pass  along   the \v.-iv.  -Elsie  R.   Ebbr.  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How tho familiar words brought buck  past yuletides, pantonimesand reminiscences of poor dead Harry Payne and  his garb of motley���������but this is digressive.  We had not met together for some  clays; our several avocations having  temporarily dispersed us in vaiioii"  parts of the happy land wc live in.  The Chief was not in a responsive  mood. He sat silent, and an unwonted  expression of seriousness was on his  countenance. We could see that some  burden, of which, ny the way, he  delivered himself later, was on his  soul.  One of us started the subject of the  election of Van Wvck as mayor of  New Vork���������the victory of Tammany  Hall���������and the startling utterance of  the boss of that organization, Richard  Croker, that bo did not remember  having done anything that he ought  not to have done; for lie had only  good all his life. Either his memory  was short or his modesty required  remodelling, This led us on to speak  of the recent installation of the Lord  Mayor of London.  -"How quietly these things are done  over there," said the Cynic.^ " Just as  they have been for hundreds of years.  Tho aspirant for the~curule chair is  elected without disturbance and stops  into office with a blare of trumpets  and as part of a pageant in which he  was predestined to figure from the  buginmng. ��������� ,  ��������� "And think of the beautiful banquet  at the Guildhall on installation night)  and the speeches of the cabinet ministers���������and the lashins and lavins on the  morrow," si~hed the .Fat Man as he  unconsciously stroked the region 'of.  his diaphragm. "Why couldn't we  have something of the sort here, barring the speechifying?" *    -  " That reminds mc" said the Chief,  " that I have something to say to you,  on a kindred"subj"*ct.\ We are now  on tlie eve of electing tbe men who,  aie to govern this city for the year  1S9S. Every succeeding year, as election time comes ^rnundrsibe members  of the Council are held up as inefficient  or unworthy of public confidence, and  _ yet how few will take any trouble to  remove tbe grounds of complaint. It  was long ago observed that a country  had the government which it deserved.  The same observation applies to a  municipality. If the most capable  inhabitants of a city will rest content  with sighing over misrule, and will  make no effort to better tho condition  of things, they deserve to suffer for  .their supineness. _.If they hold__J_h_e_m__,  Selves aloof from taking their <-share  in the responsibility of directing the  affairs of the city in which they live  and labor, either because it is too  much trouble or because social position  or intellectual  attainment  manes it  recourse tc a man of law arises, there  is a proper oflicer to whom the matter  can he icferred. '-  Most men would hive felt rebuffed���������  not so the L-iwyor; he only smiled  imperturbil ly as one unconvinced;  I have an idea he means to run for a  seat after all.  Nicotine.  distasteful to associate with those they  may deem their inferior", or whatever  the reasons~rnay bo which actuate  them in' so, holding aloof, they have  only themselves to thank, if they  come under the government of the  very men they despise. Plato long  ago enjoined every virtuous citizen to  rescue the state from the usurpation  of vice, corruption and ignorance,  ond I would urge on you as good citizens the duty you owe to each other  and to your fellow citizens to  use your influence to induce  really capable representative men  to come forward as candidates  for the new council., Mind, I am not  finding fauit with the existing body,  Imt I am quite sure lhat it is not sufll-  eienlly representative and that fresh  blood will make it more efficient for  good.  "I quite.agree," the Cynic said, with  the views you have put forward, but I  feel the dimeulty that exists in overcoming the not unnatural scruples of  those who perhaps are the most competent.' The distastefulness of canvassing;���������the chancesof beind defeated  by some admittedly inferior candidate,  who may be supported by class prejudice, or put forward to represent some  particular scheme; and other reasons  which will occur to yon militate far  psora against the right men coming to  the front than does the contemplated  expenditure of time and self sacrifice  which a public oftfoe entails.  "Why, as to that, cried the Lawyer  I was about to observe, that I wasjust  considering this lo be an opportune  Juncture to throw myself into the gulf  and allow myself to be   "No sir, interrupted the Chief, "that  is not what I meant. I don't think  any of your tribe would bean acrjuisi-  tion to such a governing body as ip  required  here.     When  occasion for  A FULL ENQUIRY  INTO THE COLLISION AT  WILLOW CREEK  Inquest on the Body of a Victim��������� Died  of Heart Failure Says the C. P. R.  Doctor-Working Twenty-Five Hours  Without Sleep.  Calgary, November 27, ISO".  ,  Tho inquest on the body of James  Robinson, the llreinan, who died from  injuries received on the Willow Creek  accident, on the Macleod branch, was  re-opened by Coroner Sanson on Tues  day morning at the Barracks.  The first three witnesses had nothing of very great importance to say.  John Pugb, a Calgary laborer,deposed  to knowing deceased.  James Smart, undertaker, of Cal-  Oalgary, having been sworn, said he  took the body trom the car in order to  prepare it for burial. He received a  certificate of death from Dr. Mackid.  The certificate slated that death was  "due to heart failure."  George Ilillier, ' station agent at  Ciilsjary, being next ca'led, gave information respecting the running of  trains on tho Calgary-Macleod line,  but stated he did not know- why the  car3 into which Robinson's engine  ran were stuck on the ro\d.  In the afternoon the first witness to  be called was Dr. Mackid. Being  swoin he said that he saw Robinson on  Saturday night in the caboose on the  track at YVillow Creek; so far as he  was able to do so he examined the  man's injuries. So painful was it,  however, for him to be moved, that  examination was necessarily of a very  superficial character. He bandaged  hun and fixed him up with pillows,  etc., so that the jolting of the car  "should affect him as little as possible.  He also gave a hypodermic injection  of ' a qnarter of. - a gratn-  of *_ j morphia. --, Deceased was  very thirsty and "asked repeatedly  for ale. *As they neared High River,"  on their way to Calgary, he seemed to  rally, and spoke to Conductor Barclay  a'skiug if he thought his (Robinson's)  time ticket would go on. He then  asked for water,'whieh was given him.  At High River witness left the caboose  in order to telegraph to the matron of  of the Calgary General hospital to  make such preparations as might be  necessary for the reception of the  sufferers. On returning 'to the 'caboose he found the patient dead. ' In  answer to direct questions^the witness  stated.that the injuries to' the pelvis  were sufficient in themselves to cause  death. Nevertheless he had stated in  the certificate of death which he had  granted that death was caused by  heart failure. He knew that this was  the common, cause of.death. But be  thoughtrirrwas a'"inb"st~convenient ex-  firesston. The heart failure'was caused"  ty internal   hemorrhage  and  shock.  -But*he could not'say this on Lhe certificate of doath;there was no room on the  paper so he merely wrote "heart  failure." Besides he thought it impossible for a medical man to give an  absolutely certain certificate of death,  without having held a post-mortem  examination. Witness received two  telegrams from Supt. Niblock. The  first was to see that the remains were  prepared for burial and. tbe second contained instructions as to shipping the  body for burial.  In answer to a juryman: Deceased  made no complaint as to anyone being  to blame for the accident.  The next witness to be sworn was  John Telfer, road master, Calgiry.  He said that in winter only the section  -foremen remained on the road and they  were left to decide for themselves  which part of their sections required  inspection. He could not account for  the stopping of the first train on the  track. There was no grade steep  enough to cause a stoppage under ordinary circumstances. The engine  was a three-wheeled mogul. Barclay's  crew consisted of Engineer Shenfield,  the deceased and brakesmen S. Lloyd  and J. McGarry.'Engineer Hamul had  with him a fireman whose name he  did not ��������� know, Harry Liscelles and  another brakesman.  AN IMPORTANT WITNESS  Dayid Dean, fireman, of Can more,  said that he had been with Engineer  Shenfield since the first of November.  He had "booked a rest" on Friday  abont 1.80 p. m��������� and the deceased took  his place.. He had then been on duty  for 25 consecutive hours without sleep.  It was not unusual to work so long; he  had done so himself before. Engineer  Shenfield had also been on duty for 25  hours before he went on to Macleod  on Friday, in charge of engine 40.  They were entitled to "book rest"  when they had bsen on duty 15 hours  if they were where a substitute could  be found. His impression was that  Robinson was not an experienced tire-  man. They were paid by the Aile at  the rate of $2.15 per 100 milesatra were  also allowed pay for detention. - He  had never made any complaint as to  o"verwork.  Dr. J. D. l__afferty was next called  and read tne report of the post mortem examination, which. Dr. Rouleau  and himself had made of the deceased  Apparently Robinson had been a  healthy man. * Internal hemmorhage  had been the cause of death. He never  'remembered giving heart failure as  the cause of death, nor did he think it  was a usual practice in tlie profession.  Heart failure was always the cause  of death/  Dr. E. H. Rouleau agreed to the report which had been "read. He had  never heard of heart failure being  given as the cause of death and he did  not remember ever having given such  a certificate himself. It struck him as  a strange verdict.  This closed the proceedings for the  day. tho inquest being adjourned to  Wednesday morning at 10.30.  The first witness to be called on  Wednesday morning in the,ino,uest on  the body of James Robinson, C. P. tt.  fireman, was Sergt. Brooke,who swore  to serving subpoenas on Conductor  Terry and brakesmen J. McGarry and  Robert Smith.     Tbe  subpoenas had  been disregarded and Coroner Sanson  gave ordeis lor lhe arrest of  the men.  The remainder of the sitting was  occupied in the examination of engineer Shinglleld who was in charge of  lhe engine on which the deceased was  fireman. A thorough investigation  was made as to the number of hours  he had been on duty without rest from  the first of tho month to the time of  the accident. For tho first three days  of November he was on a woik train  at Cochrane.- On the Jlli he took  took charge of engine 40 tunning from  Calgary to Edmonton and Macleod.  On that dav he was on duty for 20A  hours; on the 5th he worked for 10i  hours; during the 7lh, Sth, and Dili ho  was on duty lor 48" consecutive hours:  on the'lOth he worked 15 hours; on  tlio 11th, 21 hour-,- during the 12th  and lath, 201 consecutive hours; on the  14th, H$ hours; on the loth 17J hours;  during tho 10th and 17th, 20J consecutive hours; on the 18th and 10th for  31 consecutive hours, up to the limo of  the accident, which occurred at 10  minutes past 0 p.m. At the time of  the accident therefore ho had been on  duty for thirty-one hours.  His running orders which were then  produced showed that he had been  given tho right of the road to High  River, that at High River he had been  told to proceed to Olaresholme, and  that at Claresholme he had the l ight  of the road to Macleod.  He said the night of the accident  was very dark and stormy. Tim first  warning he received .of Ihe train in  front ot him was from the flagman  who was about "00 yards from the rear  end of the train. He crossed the  Willow Creek bridge at the rate of  about 15 miles an hour. The company  had a rule that the bridge should not  be crossed at a greater speed than five  miles an hour, hub the night was so  dark that he did not know where he  was until ho struck the bridge. He  had not known where he was since  leaving Leavings. After putting Willow Creek bridge behind him he got  up steum ou acco jnt of a heavy grade  which began near the place where  the accident occurred. He told the  deceased to fire up and added that it  was the hist grade they would have to  pass before reaching Macleod. He had  no control over the train that night  except such as the air brake in the tender and the hand brakes afforded.  There were no air brakes on'the cars.  He thought that the train might have,  been stopped in a little over half a  mile by means of the handbrakes. "As  soon as he saw the flagman he immedi-'  ately whistled for brakes and reversed  the engine to the full power* of the  boiler. The head brakesman responded immediately to his call for brakes  There was a light at the rear end of  the train in front of them. The flagman whom he saw had a red and  whitelantern. He heard no torpedoes,  According to the rules of the company the flagman should have been at  least a mile from the rear of the train  he was protecting. He stuck to his  engine and did all in his power to pull  up, till "within two car lengths of the  train in front. Then he jumped. As  he did so he called to Robinson to  "Come on." It was all he had  time to say. He thought  that the deceased followed him, but  could not be certain. Tbe first person  he saw on picking himself up was the  road master, to whom he said: "Have  you seen' my mate? I * believe - he's  killed." He then saw' Robinson laying  on what be took to be the roof of one  of the wrecked cars. It was impossible  to take tbe wounded men to Macleod  tis there was nothing in which they, in  their condition, could have been  properly conveyed.  On one occasion he had asked for  rest after working 18 hours and objections had been raised; but as a rule  he thought that the company 'would  allow a man rest after working 12  hours if it was asked for. On the  occasion when he had worked for 48  hours he could have "'booked rest" if  he had wished to do so.' They never  booked less than eight hours rest.  Three or four train ciews are stationed  at Canmore as a reserve.  A doctor had been sent for from  Maclecd.to attend-to_the_injured;���������he-  attended to Robinson but- did not  bandage him. Dr. Mackid bandaged  him when he arrived next morning.  Robinson was 21 years old. He thought  he was from Dundas, Ont.; he had  heard that he had a brother in Winnipeg. *���������  The train which had stuck on the  line was supposed to consist of 19  ears. He had himself taken 28 loads  over that point but bad not had to  break. He had never had occasion to  break at that point. He was under  the impression that the train ahead of  him was three or four hours late;  he had no information to that  effect except what he . bad gathered  from a brakesman.  In the course ot the enquiry witness  stated the deceased was inexperienced  and had not been over the(roitd before.  This closed the proceedings for the  day. The inquest was then adjourned  to 10.30 a.m. Thursday.  he might die. He did not think he  would die; he seemed quite cheerful.  Dr. Mackid told him he was not seriously injured. 'Ho considered Las-  cellos a thoroughly competent man.  Asa general iuie conductors did not  remove instructions respecting trains  ahead of theni, except when the rear  tiaiu was the fasler orwhenitwasonly  10 minutes behind.  In answer to questions : A man  would be useless to theni if he would  only work 12 hours before booking rest, as thciu would be times when  he would not be able to reach the  divisional points in that number of  hours. The divisional points wero the  only places where rest could be booked. The men were not required to go  on duly after IS hours work. As to tho  rumor thaL the company iiacl tried lo  smuggle tho body away he denied it  emphatically, He hud wired to Dr.  Mackid to have the body nreptued for  burial and hud then wired to Winnipeg for instructions. He received in-  sli notions from Winnipeg to issue an  order for trati.sportfi.lion ot the body.  The inquest was then adjourned to  Friday morning.  TELEGRAPHIC NEWS  WiNNipEG.Novembei 21.  Isidore Poirier, was murdered at St.  Canute, Quebec.  Joseph E. Gelley, of Notre Dame De  Lourdes is dead.  Latest advices state that Lockhart  has advanced to D.ttoi with the loss of  only ten men.  The conference with the United  States was discussed by the Federal  Cabinet,  The London ni ess complain that tho  fire brigade is antiquated.  Ex-King Milan is again seeking  a divorce.  At the Thorn irial Guldesnuppes'  remains have been identified.  The Countess of Liitliom was thrown  from her carriage in Lancaster yesterday and killed.  CIiUB . .  OFFERS  The   Weekly  Herald  and Family Herald and  ...Weekly.   Star,-- (with  * . beautiful premium picture,) both one.year for  The Weekly Herald  and The Sun, (Canada*"  Farmers' Sun 'reorganized), both" oue year for  The Weekly Herald  and Toronto Mail and  Empire both one year  i'or .���������   The Weekly IIkrald  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   $175  1.25  1.50  1.50  1.00  The Herald  Calgary, Rita.  Recent Referendum in SwitteTland.  The Swiss people, as consulted by th*  referendum, litis ugiiin proved itself ouv  oi the mus'. conservative of furceJ. 11  has reject.*", by 240,000 to '00,000. the  proposal to establish a Fedcial National  Bank. Tin* votins bus followed the law  of these national conbultntious. The  parts nro extremely suspicious of Ihe  whole; the voters rarely fail to tutiko  short work of nil proposals to increase  the Federal power. Their lirst impulse,  and usually the lust, is to miy "No." Of  rwnty-Hcvei' laws referred, down to a  recent period ~������t~cii wore velevel mid  only twelve approved. Tills pruluililr  accounts for Mr. Ilulfour'tt known p:n.  tinlity for lhe measure. The referendum  ninde its lirst appearance in llie Feeleral  CiiiiMiliill'in in 187-1. It is in tin* "ftteul-  tulive" form; that is lo kii.\, tiny Feilor.-il  law, and till non-urgent I'Vilernl hm.iIii-  tious, uitihl lie siiliiuitteil In n popular  vote If a petition In that e.Tecl is .stent*"  l������y ~0,000 ounlitied voter-", or by einlif  riiiitiuis. Tlie lute Prof. l','i'emnii li.nl ,i  (jrent kindness for this mellioel of con-  BttlliiiK' the popular judgment, nii.l he  saw in it a development of llie I.tintles'tie  nicintle, which is tlie S\\-is_> equivalent of  tho New Knfilnnd town's lu-'elin;;. It  is naturally better suited lo smalt coin-  nihilities Ihnn to lurcc ones. The Swiss  democracy, in one of Its nspeets, is bill  n pforiflod town's meetim:. Sir. Kre**-  liuin wits converted lo tlie li'ferciiiltim bj  n belief Hint it would Rive us a vole em  Ihe real merits of a quest inn and not  merely on its reliition to the foi'lti'it*-'  of n pnrlv nr of a Minister, ami lie  tlioiiRht Hint Mr. Tiryeo lnui e\-nircwimt-  od Hie dilllrulties nf its application lij eun  more coniplev polilic.il society. At one  time if wns-a favorite device of (lie Con-  porval'v** party for dishing Home Kill.-*.  Mr. Goltluin Smith Hiinl-s it would  chock tlie rnrrn-tion in Canadian -noli-  tics. The Swiss are so tntisfied with  It thnt they have it in the Cantoniil ny  wr.ll n<t in Hie Frdernl form. Some eif  the I5n������toni Slntes of lhe Americ.in  Ur.lon have made the leferendum a  "plank" in'(heir stnte platforms, bu* Ilm  movement hns ninde nn ere.tt liciitlw.iv  In llio union nt largo. It is probable Hint  Hie tiK'tlioels of American eleclioneerins  would" soon deprive il r.f Hie simplicity  unit diiectncss of nperntinn wliich it h_u  In SirltJierlnnd.���������Loiit'nn Il.'.ily New*  The Enthn'slnntlc Kkti'man.  A shopman was showing 4 lmly some  parasols. _He lind a good command 11"  the laiiKiiiiRC, and knew how to expatiate  on tho soot] qualities mid show the hev,t  points of the gooels. As he picked up  a parasol from the lot on the counter  and opened it"ho sln.e'i an tittiludo of  admiintion, and, holding it up, said:  "Now, Iheio, isn't it lovely V Look al  thnt silk. Particularly observe the quality, the finish, tlio peiieral effect. "Pass  your hand over it," lie said, as he handed it to the Lilly.     "Isn't it a heatitvV"  "Yes," said the lady ; "that's my old  otic. I just laid it down there."���������Tid-  Bits. -  All Read It  CANADIAN PACIFIC  RY. CO.  TIES  Tho Company win pa? 25 Cents each for  TamtiracTics delivered on its Etalion irrounds  clear of encumbrances in accordance with tho  below mentioned specifications:  AH ties will be carefully Ins. ccteej, and this  pi-ico only will bo paid for thoao which como  up to the spesiflcalions, and on whicli there is  no claim for Crown dues. -    Parties desiring to cut ties on lands other  tnnn their own must not proceed without  permit from tho -Grown Timber Agent at  "jclmonton, ard in ah cases Crown dues at tho  rale of three cents por Tie will be deducted  from abovo p-ie.o unless a lotter is produced  from the Crown Timber Agent certifying that  Tics ore clear of dues. Settlers who have cut  'lies off thoir own or other putontcd lands  mupt furnish Crown Timber Agent wilh  satisfactory sworn evidonce where Ties wero  cub before he can fesuo clearance and before  Company can accort lio"*" "'  Cedar or Jack Fine Ties will b= taken at 8  reduced price according to tbo quality. SjTuce  will not bo accepted ut all.  Partio3 who propoeo delivering Tics must  apply to tho Companj's agont at points where  there is one, for Pite to pile Ties, and at other  points will apply for site to section foreman.  The Company will send tin inspector over  tho road as soon as deliveries tiro completed,  of which duo notice will bt given lo enable  contractors to bo present. Parlies delivering  Tics mu-t fnrnifh receipts showing they have  paid all bills for labor and supplies incurred in  connection with tho work, and must establish  theirtide to__tbo_Ties to tho satisfaction of-the  Company's incpoctor. -   -  SPECIFICATION KOB TIE8.  Tamarno Tics: All Tics mu-.t bo'good,  sound, live tamarnc, cxa.tly e'ght (8) feft long,  cut equaro at each end, six (6) inches thick, and  nt least six (0) incho3 en the face clear of tho  bark at tbo smallest part; to bo smoothly  liown, fne from shakes and score maiks,  perfectly straight, and must be sourd.  Cedar nnd Jack Pine Ties: AUTioa must be  gootl, sound, livo Cedar or Jnck Pine, exactly  eight (8) feet long, cut eqtiftro at each ond. six  (C) inches thick, and at least six (0) leches on  tbo faco clear of bark at tho Binallott part; to  be smoothly hown, frco from shakes and score  marks, perfectly straight, and must be sound  ,    W. WHYTE,  Manng-er.  -Winnipeg. Ilh November, 1807.        nl j dw-tf  Thursday was occupied in the examination of Supt. J. Niblock, of the  C. P. R. His evidence went lo show  that it is one of the rules of the company that when a stoppage occurs on  a main line such as took place at Willow Creek it is the duty of the conductor to send a flagman some 3,000  feet to the rear to protect the train.  In regard to the number of hours dining which the men were accustomed  lo work he said that he thought 48  hours was not to long for a train crew  to remain on duty in special cases.  This perhaps might not apply to the  Bremen, whose work is more laborious.  According to the rules of the company it was necessary for a man to  have been on duty at least 15 hours  before booking rest. Although in cases  where a man had along "tip ahead of  him without the chance of booking  rest at a divisional point he may lay  off after nine hours work. It was no  advantage to the company for train  ciews to remain 011 di}ty  for    long  feriod; they were paid by the mile,  f there was any advantage it was  that if they worked for a short, uniform time there would be occasions  on which there wculd be a large excess of men. and other occasions on  which there would not be a sufficient  number available. The amount of  traffic on the line was very variable.  He also thought lhat they got the best  woik out of the men when they worked long hours. If shorter hours were  adopted the men would be apt to  spend their time in amusements which  would unfit them for work, rather  than in sleep. ' He saw the deceased  after the accident,  but was not told  And Read It All���������Every  page, every column, every  line. No r~per in North  Kootenay ha? one-fourth its  circulation, or is as well rend  by so mnny perj-ons ns The  S ISM I ��������� W K KIv I. Y    R E VEI.STOK E  HkraIjI). To reach the people  of North Kootenay its  columns must be used, nud in  fact it can boast of what no  other paper iu its district  can. Every business house  in Revelstoke advertises in  it. and nre sntisHed it brings  results. AVhat better guarantee could outside advertisers ask ?  Its newsy column.-, its  telegraphic, its typographical  neatness, its free delivery, its  interest in tlie welfare of  Kootenny, are steadily in-  crensiug its circulation.  We solicit your business  on the basis of results���������not  from sympathy.. We can  help increase your business.  Write us for particulars.  The Revelstoke Herald  REVELSTOKE, B. C.  Townsite  Changed  Hands  ��������� - ���������  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Ac of Parliament, 1855  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 months.  Wl^at Strong Points  Rosebery. Holds on  "*"'.-,;'      '��������� the  Slocan Lake  - Rosebery will: have * an ore  sampling works in a few months  with a capacity of a 100 tons a day.  Rosebery is in the centre of and  distributing point for Slocan City.  Sandon, Nnkusp, New Denver,  Silverton, Enterprise, Three Forks.  Concentrator and Cody, only 12  miles distant from the mining  centre of the Slocan (Sandon).  Roseberjr is destined to be the  concentrating point...  Rosebery is the sampler point.  Rosebery is the ship yard of the  Sloeau.  Rosebery is the only safe harbor  on the lake.  Golden  and__^.  Fort Steele  ROYAL MAIL  STAGE LINES  Stage Leaves Golden  Every Tuesday morning at  7:30 o'clock-and arrive at  -Port 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  the comfort 'of passenger*).  Good stopping houses every 25  miles on the route.  Express Mati er'  of all kinds hand led. .with  promptness and care.  Por rates, etc, apply  Fuller & Kerfoot,  Proprietors, Head Oflice, Golden  Paid up Capital    -    $2,000,000  Rest Furtd   ���������    ���������    -    1,400,000  Head Office���������Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS   o  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  VV. M. Ramsay Henry Archbald  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  H. Markland Molson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. AIanag<*i  A. D, Durnford, Inspector,  H. Leockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terms tbe accounts of individuals,flrms.  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits al  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought aud sold at lowest rates.  Buy Lots New.  [f  You Want  To  Mat\e Money.  BRANCHES  Aylmer, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.  Clinton, Ont.  Exeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q.  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg.Hnt.  Norwi~b  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont.  Ridgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, Ont  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, OntJ*  TorontoJunc'n.Onl  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock.Ont  Winnipeg, Man  Ont.  CALGARY BRANCH  H   Bickfopd^Wilson, Mgr.  TVI~f~.Il������Ee IIR-KCH  T O. Phepoe, Manager  Send at once to the general  agent for maps and price list or  any further information.  A. M. Beattie,  l9tf General Agent.  Kaslo&SlooanBy  TIME Cr\RD  Subject to chanpo without notice.  Trains ran on Pacific Standard Time.  IMPERIAL B/^NK,  ~~Z0F CANABA*  Head Office, Toronto)'  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve    -   -   -   ������   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland,- President  T.R.Merntt.Vice Pre*., (StCathartnet)  William. Ramsay, Robert Jaffray, ,  Hugh Ryan,v T. Sutherland Steyner  Elias Rogers.  D.R. Wllkie. General Manager."' , .  _   -.Branohes  North West and British Columbia  Brandon     Portage la        Vejtcourei ~  Calgary ��������� ��������� Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton  Prince Albert Revelstoke  Ontario -   .  Essex Niagara Falls   St. Thomas  FergUB       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";" StTPauI, Second National Bank'  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of  ~1   and " upwards   received   and *  interest.allowed. '-i., : " /  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal   '  and other debentures purchased.   ���������  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all" points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, ' United ���������' States,' Europe, " *  India, China;" Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc " "*,   -.  Gold Purchased     '        ;     *    .'" '  -   A. R. B. HZARN.   '    ';���������  Manager RevelBtoke Brnnoh. -_  \ Pacific^  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE.,  The best and cheapest route from  Revelstoke to all points east and west.  Through . tickets .to*. Vancouver,  Winnipeg, St. Paul. .Chicago, .New  lork, Montreal and Toronto.* s* " ���������.,."; ;������������������  First class dining and sleeping cars "  on all trains.;   ,7  (������   --; -.    _    -... -  - Through,- tourist .cars . to ,St,T Paul .  daily, aud to Toronto every .Monday,".  and Montreal and Bos ton "on Thursday. ,  Purchase tickets to your destination ���������'  and have baggage checked through.: -     .  For full information as"' to.'.rates',it  time, etc.; apply to nearest agent, to' <.  -   T. W.BRADSELiW,    ''<���������  Agent, Revelstoke. i  Or to E.-J. COYLE>:--'..,  Dis. Passenger .Agent,-Vancouver. ���������  ���������     "-       -    - ~   '"   ���������*"-'���������        . s '  * J ... . ,-       ,  Tbo Canadian Pacific Steamship Company'*  Steamers    Xaknsp   and >, Kootenav   "leave -  "xrowbead every day, except-Sunday for'all'.  points   In Kootenay, 'raakinT connection at"  Nakusp (or all points on Naknt-p sail Slocan  Railway, and Slocan Lake.. j , /  'Close connection" at Bobsoi   for'" elseo."  Kaslo, Balfour and PUot Bay -,.,-.  Clrse connection .at Trait for Bossloo",  Northport and all puIntB south.  For fnll information, tickets,-1  call on or address        * <  ���������y~<y  "st-*. -  "*��������� ' -'  '?*_.  :^ .vj:  -1    ������j v I  . _'<_"_  > maps, eta.  * T. XV. BBADSHAW,     -  .-Agent Revelstoke.' Or la  _. H. 1SL MACORKGOR..    -��������� .*  -   Travelling Paosonffer Agent; Nelson. ;  E J.COYLE, Dla. Passenger Agent. Vancouver"'  omm  Is th~ Shortest and ":  Quickest Line to.. r" *    ��������� A  WALLACE, ;FARMi"NGTON; -. "  GARFIELD," 'OAKESDALE,  PULLMAIST,   * > LEWISTON, ... -  COEUR-D'ALENE MINES.  DAYTON,   WALLA WALLAH  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON,  SAN FRANCISCO1, MOSCOW;"  CRIPPLE CREEK, ;r   '   .;.,  AND  ALL POINTS  BAST- OKr SOUTH.  EAST  THE ONLY  LINE   ... -.  Via Silt Lake,-Denver,  ,\ .  Omaha'and Kansas City. > ��������� >'   '���������     ���������"-    *!���������"-?:'  Steamship.Tickets to' and from- -  Europe and other foreign countries  ���������  Train for the   East and  Portland "'  departs 7:15 p.m. daily.   Wallace aha"  Moscow accommodation depaits 7;49 "'  a.m.  daily.   -Through  service.    No <;���������  delays or lay overs anywhere,-"  Get through tickets'and further iri-   '  formation of O. R. 4 N. city ticket ;  office,   No.   430.   Riverside ' avenue, ������������������  corner Stevens,St., Spokane. Wash/-*  * J. CAMPSELIj,   /_.*.  General Agent, Spokane.*' ' -  W. H. Hurlburt, G. P. A.. Portland. -  Spokane Falls and Jloptlieprt  Jielson-andFt,5lieppapd r!.  Red Mountain Kys.    -  The only all rail rout* witl ont change O  cars botween Ppokane. Northiort. Ros__o_-  and Nel������->o;  aba   betwjen   1 osi'asd   sad'.  .Nelson.  going west D'n_*r  8"0am Leavo Kaslo���������  8-38am ...Sooth Fork.  Ham       '  Spronle's....  1:51am      ������������������ ...Whitewater..  10 03 am      * ...Bear Like ...  10:18 am      ' ...McOniRan...  10 38 am      " Ce-dj- Junction  aocto CAST  Arrive ~-50 p m  -3:1" pm  "     2:15 pm  .   "     2"0pm  .   "     1:18pm  L~~pm  1:1" p m  10-50 a m Arrive Sandon Leave 1.00 pm  ,CODT I.I>"E  ...Sandon Arrive 11:15 a m  ���������Cody Leave 11-25 a m  Leave 11:00 am.  Arrive 11::������ am  ROBBRT. HIVING  G. F. and P. A.  GEO.F.COPKLAND  Saperinten ont  DAILY     EXCEPT.    SUNDAY.-  LEAVE. NORTHPORT -     JlBBIVX.  in!~5I'ok*ne��������� - - n~~ai������pokB_a���������������  l-aipjn ^.lSSvjSTi  FOTltossla-vd- -"_���������������������������_. RcsafiS-  1:40 p.m ,.- IdOajn,  Fot Nelson��������� From Netwe���������  1:10 p.m ,, :. IfcSpjn.  #_J?^e,00a^!cH,S������ rtirdsoB with rtesmw ���������  forKaalo and ell Kootenay Lake points.     ;  Parogen for Kettle River aadBoundtrr  Creek connect at Marona -"umUeo aaftrT^' 1    1 For good eating apples  1 B. Hume to Co's.  .   full  Dolls,  Arriving Daily  line  of  Fancy  Goods, Toys,  Jup-iie*-c   Ware,   Games,  got to C  Tht* meeting of Conservatives called  Perfumes and Toilet Articles.  Onr large stock of..  ..will soon be all in.  ?or  a  Fiiitable   Christma*   gift,  early and inspect our stock  at the"  call  Tanada  w"^-������    Book Co  Drug &  Ltd.  Chas. K. Macdonald, Manager.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  for Friday night next has  been postponed until Thursday, Dec. Oth next.  Andy Craig of Thomson's Landing,  was in town on Saturday. Mr. .Craig  reports business quiet in the Lardeau  country, but expects a big rush next  year. i  Messrs. F. Ahlin & Co. have opened  a grocery and provision store on First  St. east. Their specialty will be imported Scar.ilinaviaii goods. See their  ad. next week.  A., VV. 'Mcintosh came into town  last week from Keystone mountain,  and will return again in about six  weeks to continue work on bis claim,  the Keystone minernl claim.  Mr. F. 'McCarty received on Siitur-  duy two i-arloiuls of as fine a lot of  beef rut Mm from Lord Aberdeen's  itinchi* near Vernon, as anyone could  wish to see, for the Xiutis trade.  H. D. Hume and family are in town  today, tbe guests of Mr. and Mrs.  Lind mark. They go south tomorrow  morning to Nelson, where they will in  future reside.  t C. B. Hume & Co. are just opening out their Christmas toys and  fancy goods. This is tbe largest assortment of these goods ever shown  to the people of Revelstoke. A full  stock al both stores.  Mr. Chas. Holten, inim-icer of the  Enterprise Brewery, and bride went  through on No. I yesterday from the  Glacier on their way to Sun Francisco and the Sound cities, where tbey  will spend a few weeks on Iheir honeymoon trip  LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No. 1658.  TtcRiilur meetings nro hold In th1*  . Oddicllows' Hall ontlio sitcoid and  fourth "Veelno-*uya of cuch month Kt.  7:3.1 p.m.   Viaitliii; brethren cordiully  ,             invlto-l.  E. Adair, W.M.       T. J. Graham, R. S.  MR. C. BRANDON-MANNERS  (Lute ai'liolnr ol Winchester, unil gra.lmi'.o ol  KiiiK's College, I.onilon) Is pru|>ureit lo receive  a Uinlletl number eiT pupils In I.uliu, Km111.l1.  liurmtin, Mtitlicmiitlcs, Uut'lltl, Alxehra, ejeo-  nietrv, Chemistry anel llookki'ujiiit^.  Kveultii: classes In ciimiiicrclul subjects for  aelults. Young iintl hackwaril pupils tiilvtmceil  In elementary subjects.  KKFRIIKNl'ItS llIVKS.    TERMM MOliEHATII.  Cluss-Kiiom: Smelter bulliUug. '-.llnltii  MRS. PIPPY,  Fashionable Dressmaking,  FtnsT Strkkt East.  To Rent  Gooel store or office in the old Kootenay Mnll  promises.  It has been  predicted  CnotI  Ity llio lending rallronil   men  ol  Camilla  that Itevelstoke will be une eif tlio live  lctuliiii. towns of  Kootenny.     Ii������ geo-  grniililenl position voiiiniiiiiili It.  If you want to  invest your money  Comu to Itevelstoke. and when you seltli  down,Ibuy your  llrncerles, riuur,  Feud  unit 1'rovIsloiiA from  HUTCHISON & CO.,  The Lending Grocers.  Jtark _KMt~5~____8y     .  Wi  Blind!  LOCAL AND JCENERhL  HEWS  _Tinteresfing".Budget of Local, Personal  and   General Items Round  and  About Revelstoke.  Save your eyes by getting "  suitable pair of spectacles. All  sights suited by nmv process.  Glasses for every degree of  shortsightedness tit moderate  prices. Look in and try them.  A large assortment of s-iuoked  and colored glasses;  Chas. J. Aman, opp. station  THE PIONEER  PAINT SHOP\j  HlRMiV   "   SOIUUKHTON,  I'llDl'IlIKTOIlS.  Up-to-e'.ato Sljjns tuul Fine I'api'i-hiuiging  a specialty, (iri'.iiiiiig, Hardwood Finishing;.' KaUomlulng und General House  l'ulntlng.  VEhhS  A. N. SH1TH,  'd  - G. E. Grogan, editor of the Herald,  eft yesterday on a trip to the coast.  t Pickled eggs and candled eggs at  J. B. Hume & Co's. ,   ,  The North East Kootenay Mining  -..'association has been formed at Golden,  t A choice selection ot all  kinds   of  " vegetable at C. B. Hume & Co's.  Mr. A. E. Kincaide of the' Great  Western Mines, was in town on Monday.  Jack McCallum left for "the coast  yesterday afternoon to spend thn  winter.  ti A carload of canned goods iinload-  t-d todty at C. B. Hnme to Co's. ware-  ��������� house.  A chimney on fire at Mr. Steed's  residence'Rave the brigade an alarm on  Sunday evening. ,  * Some beautiful Japanese ware at  Canada Drug & Book Co., Limited,  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  Craig & Hillman shipped a couple of  carloads of horses on Friday night to  winter at Calgary.  Miss   Sadie   Genelle   has   return ed  home to Nakusp after a year spent   in  Spokane, attending a business college.  .Get your Christmas groceries at  C.  B. Hume & Co's.   All fresh goods.  Mrs. M. Hyatt, who has been seriously ill for some time, is, the Herald is glad to say, slowly recovering.  * All kinds of the  best cough cures  at the Canada.Drug & Book Co., Linii-  ...  ted.Revelstoke Station, B.C.  Alex. Munro. who has returned to  Trout Luke City informs the Topic,  that a force of eight men will be set to  work on the Free Coinage, the adjoining claim to the Silver Cup. They  will crosscut from the tunnel, which  is in 150 feet, for the two parallel leads  on the claim.  Signs are not "wanting that Christmas is near at hand. The merchants  are busy unpacking and getting ready  for difcplay, large assortments of fine  goods tor the holiday season, and in  a few days the citizens of Revelstoke  and' surrounding .country will have  ample opportunity of milking their  Christmas purchases right at home.  The Methodist Sunday school will,  as usual, have their Chi ist mas entertainment on Christmas Eve, ��������� and  a treat" is in store for thee who  may have the pleasure" of attending.  On former occasions tbe progaiiinie  rendered by the children of tbe Sunday school have 'been of high merit  and this year; no doubt will be equally  so.  Baker ^  and...  Confectioner  Xmas Cakes a Specialty  Orders Delivered Promptly  Agent for the Bllckeiisderrer  Typewriter      '    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.  PEASE & CO..  .DEALERS IN.  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S  OFFICE.  His Honour the' Lieutenant-Governor hns  been pleased to make the following appointments:���������  Oth-"ovemher, lS9e.  Thomas Ironside Dunn, ol Comaplix, West  Kootenav, KM-uirc, to be a.Iusltcc of tlio Peace  wfthiii and Ior the County of Kootenay.     ld.li  Wood! Wood!  '���������'        Guaranteed Full  Cord: Measure *  The undersigned hns a large supply of  Hemlock, Sprui-e, Fir, nnel Fine "������������������ 00" for  sale. Anv .person requiring wood will  kindly leave tlielr oreler.-j with Mr. W.M.  Lawrence, Itevelstoke Station, or 111th  II. X. Coursier, Froiit.St., Kevelstoko.    -  nnti       ''-U   FRANK JULIAN  GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS   H&Y,   FLOUR   AND   FEEDss==.         ���������  A FINE ASSORTMENT OF TEA, COFFEE. B.SCU.TS. SOFT DK.NKS ALWAYS   IN   ���������^J|  MARRIED  Linton���������Bennett���������On the 25th Nov..  -   by Rev. Mr. Powell, of New Denver,  at the residence of the bride's mother.  Mr. T. B. Linton,   of   the   firm   of  Linton Bros.,  Calgary and   Slocan  Citv,-to Miss Helen B. Bennett, also  of Slot-an City.  Somnkb���������Rbynolds���������At  ���������' the    resi-  dence*of-:S. Laurcndeau,  Canmori*.  on the 27th inst., by the Rev. Father  Fonquct, George James Sumner, of  Comaplix,   B. C..  formerly   of   Birmingham,   Enpfland,    to    Georgina  Reynold,  of Camnore,  formerly of  Isle of Man.  Edwards���������Adair���������At Revelstoke. on  " Nov. 29th, by Rev. C. A.  Procimier,  of  Kaslo,   at   the residence of   the  bride's-..father,   James   Edwards, of  Donalel. to Eflie May,  daughter  of  Mr. Ed. Adair, of Revelstoke.  Holten���������-Edwards���������At   Revelstoke,  on Nov. 20th, by Rev.'C. A. ���������.���������Procnnier, ' at   tbe   residence   of   Mr.   Ed.  Adair,Charles Holten,of Revelstoke,  to Eliza, daughter of the late Capt.  ��������� Edwards, also of Revelstoke.  PRIVATE BILLS.  ExcEiirr ruoM Bulks and Orders  relating to Private Bills.  Rule 59.  .Ill aiinlieations for Private Bills, P!"-""!*1-*  the street of.legislation_by * >;e UK.*-h������.ve  Asternbly of ltntish Lolu  A Shave  A Haircut  A Bath  Smoking  Tobacco  Ciiewing  Tobacco  Choicest Cigars  Big Assortment.  -   Confectionery. Fruits, Etc.  A lai'tto  itruiMi -vuiuinbia,within the purview of the "British North .America Act, 18t>7,"  whether for the erection of a Bridge, the making of a Kailwuy, Tramway, Turnpike Bond, ot  Telegraph or 'felephone "Line;   the construe  .  tion or .'improvement .of  a  Harbour,  Canal,  Lock',  Dam, Slide, or  other  like   work;   the  granting of c.'rigbt of-Ferry; the incorporation  I -,f any  particular trade or calling, or of any  r.Ioint"Stork Company;   or otherwise for granting   to   nny   individual    or   individual:-!   nny  exclusive   or    peculiar   right-   or   privileges  whatever, or for doing  any  mutter or thing  which in its operation would affect the riahts  or property <>t other parties, er relate to any  particular els>- of the community, or for making any amendment of a like nut ore to 'any  former": Act,���������shall--'require a;: Notice,   clear ly  and distinctly specifying the nature/and object of the application and, where the amplication refers to any proposed work, indicating  gcnorallv the location of the work, and signed  by or rm"behalf of the applicants >ucli notice  to be published n> follows-:  In theBr.nrsn Coir-MRi,-- C.AZfTTTE. and in one  newspaper publi-hed in the DUitrict afle-'ted,  or if there be no ne\vspn;*r published therein.  then in a newspaper:in. the next nearest Dis'-  Ltrict In which a newspaper ia published.  'Such notice shall be. continued Tn each case  for a period of et least 'si.- weeks; during the*  interval of time between the close of the next  J-.  J*l.J 3^0-E^G-A.lsr,  -    Tonsorial Art-ist;,  .Front STitEEr, Kevelstoke.  skat:  of Skates iu all st  LAMPS  consignment of Skates iu all styles uud slices just lo liniid.  'Every description <������f  Hall  Billing Room! Bedroom. Hanging and Bracket' Lumps,  exquisitely llnkhcd, very suitable for Chiistmas Presents. .  Neat in design..  Stoc  SILVERWARE AND  CUTLER-Y  in these lines very complete,    ������* Wware lhe best in  tbe nmrk.-.t. especially selected for llu  Silverware the best in  Christmas trade.  CI.-iuss Goods iii great variety. ' Razors, P  .Information Wanted  Inrorinp.lion,cpni*erninKR;ii'lmr<l Lance wHl  he  clHiUy re������.'lveil   hy his sit-ter.     Arttlress.  KmS," I..incc,Mllfo.-a   "itttioii, Hants Coniitj%  Nova Seotia.  0"������'"1  nivng Knives  Etc., Etc.  'Corrugated Bread Knives, Carving Sels,  . Jack Knowles left - yesterday morning for Bantf, Calgary and Edmonton.  Re will   return in   the   course  of  a  .   month.  Mr. and Mrs. P. Wralker,  of Ferguson, left "on-> Monday" morning  on  a  : visit to Mrs. Walker's home in Ham-  -   ilton, Ont.  ��������� Dolls, toys nnd fancy goods arriv-  ing daily at Canada Drug to Book Co.,  Limited", Revelstoke Station, B. C.  Ferguson is still without a post  office and its citizens are most vociferously demanding to know the reason  why.  George H. Flint, general manager  t;df the Linotype Company of Montreal," was in towns yesterday on his  way to Rossland.  Through the columns of the Herald the merchants and business men  can reach every Christinas buyer in  lown. Circulation 1,300 a week.  ��������� The delny in the arrival of the No.  1 this week is due to 11 cold snap in the  Territoiiet-. Locomotives cannot make  steam and lose time right along.  Mr. W. H. Viekers,'who has taken  0   over Ben Hill's contract  to   haul   150  tons of ore this winter from the Silver  Clip tb.tbe Lauding, has taken mater-  //    i.il for ra.whiding up to the mine.  Tlie Rosuland Miner reports that  ��������� the inactivityWhich has prevatled'.'-in  the'mining shares of the camp for the  past few months has come to an end,  and tbat. there is quite a demand arising for certain stocks.   -  The Herald begs to acknowledge  the receipt of an invitation lrom the  citizens of Slocan City to a banquet to  ->e held on the occasion of the arrival  ;) r.f the first passenger train over the  Slocan' River Railroad on Dec. 1st.  A liquidator has been appointed for  the Ibex of Slocan company under the  Dominion winding up aci. This takes  the property out of tne hands of tbe 1  '_ sheriff and gives all creditors an equal |  chance, j The liquidator will have his  own time iD which to effect a sale of  the property and the company has a  chance given it to straighten its affairs  yet.  The show windows of Messrs. O. B_  Hdine" Co's. up town store present a  " tasty and neat appeavance. and brings  one in rememberance of the fast approaching holiday season. The east  window contains a fine display of silks  and dupery artistically arranged  The west window contains an excel  li-nt asesortnient of Christmas groceries", et*.-,  Conservatives!  Attention!  A meeting ol Conservatives for the purpose  of forming a Conservative Association for  Revelstoke will be held In .Peterson's hall at  8 p.m. Thursday,Dee.9. Every Coniervative In  town Is rceiuostoet to attend.  -jSn-it HY ORDER.  In the Matter of the Land Act  "oticcis hereby piven that Michael Graelv,  of  -it.   l.e'on   Hot   SprliiK-,   In   the district of  Kootenay, tht* owner'of Lot nils, Clr.iiip One.  Kootenay District, v.-ill after the expiration of  ;'_0 elays from' ihe lirst publication of this notice  applv tei tlit* Chief Co!.iiniss.ioncr of l.nnils anil  Y. orfe- uniler Sections tn nnd D2 of llie L11-.nl Act,  :for the, establishment' of  n- public  highway  over Lot li:*'.i, Uniiii. One. Kootenay District,  [ -U'coreiiTiit: t.. the plan an'l snrvev of the saiel  roael etepeisitcil In the ollice of the" Chief Com-  I missloner of Lauils anet Works at'Victoria.  'Dated nt Hevelsloke, British Columbia, 9th  November; 1897.  A. G. M. S-TUAf-GE,  of Revelstoke Station, H.C.,  10n!>t       Se.lie-itor fcr the s.iiel Michael (jrady.  W* M. LAWRENCE,' Hardware .Merchant,  McCarty Block, Pacific Avenue, Revelstoke Station .  Prect'unijj .-t.���������...>n anei ,ne e.....^. _   ctition. cad copies of *u.rl\ notice shall U:  sent bv the parties in������e-rting su.-h notlete to the  t-;Ieris^-llrr;;ou?o-5-'^!-<*-~!c������i-.a'T'__i,ne-'_;^l__e_re-  cords of the '."ommiliee 0:1 i-tandinj; Orders.  "7. Xo Petition for anv PrSv������.__t Bill shall be  received by the House alter the first i������;n days  of each Session, nor may any Private Bill he  presented to the House aitcr the first thr  weeks of each Sj-s-sIoh. nor may any Hepor*  1 ol  Notice,  Notice :- hcrehv Riven, that CO  days  after  _\ouie.   .     i"^". J,.,...        the-Cllie*l 1 eimmis-  -a3iejri^l"������-=i"-.t"-'">'|''t*77v ,7..   .���������   ,:��������� ���������Ii7,.,.,,,l ,n  Notice.  The partnership existing between the uniler-  si^ncel, who carneel on business as liverymen  anel teamsters uniler the lirm name of Klemtnt*  <t Hamilton, has been ellssolvci! hv mutual  consent, as on l.'th November, 1S97, ail lfahill.  lies of the salt" firm will be ellscharKcd by Win.  Fleming. 1*ho I* authorized to collect all outstanding debts due to thu firm.  XV. FI.EMIN'O.  F. .1. HAMILTON-.  BcvclstoVo Station. n.C.'-KKli Xovnnber, 1897.  ld:U    No tubes or  grinding  with the Katiokai. Gramopiiokk. The  musle is produced as In life, anel will  fill a hall 3".-"0 with case anel "Ooel  effect. Any selection can he ohtainoel  for 60 cents, which Is guarantccel to  hurt 1000 times.  The National Gramophone  can be laid down In P.cvelstoko for  f"0. Buy one for your own amusement; entertain your friends. Any  chllel can operate one. Its simplicity  and perfect reproduction of the cholc-  c������t band and orchestra ."elections,  latest songs hy best singers, speeches,  banjo and other stringed instrument  selections. Is where its value lies.  Call and hear the Instrument, examine it, buy one, and go home happy.  R. P. PETTIPIECE.  We have a good supply of  Building  Material  *""���������"���������""���������   "And Lumber  Cut Prices for Spot Cash.  Call and See us   We Can Fix You   REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, Q. C.  weeks of' cacit 'wwimi, uv- .������������...., ���������., - .������  nny Branding or-Steleci CommUi-se .upon h. Private Bill be received *ft4jr the firsts lour week-*  of eKeh ������*s-ion, and no Motion for tho ������n*p-?n-  Mon   or  irodifirotion   of   ihiv- KnJc  fihall   be  entertKinc*! by the Houvc until the same has  bce-i reported on by the Committee i.n Standing  Onier.*, or after reference, inadfi thereof At h  previous'tfittin 15 of the Hous������ t-o the Stan-lint;  Con.mitt.eH   eharRGd : with   consideration..' of  Privnte hills, who ������hnll report thercmi to the  Hoti^e.   Ant! if thii^Kiilc snail be fuimpended or  modi tied as   aforesaid:"-the  promoter.* of any  Private Mi 11,'Which i* preReiitftd after the time  hereinbefore limited, or lor which the Petition  haw bt'cn received.aft������*r tlie time h'^relnly'fnr-t*  limited, Phull in cither rase  pny double the  feed required, us herein mentioned, unlexit-th*1  I!ou������-e Sfhall nrdcr to tlit* contrary. Any person  "oekintf to obtain nny  Private   ilill fhall deposit with the Cl^rk n'f the llnnt>e, eij;ht day*  rH'fore the oy^ninji of the  H'-y.^ictii, a printed  copy of such  Hill, a copy of the Petition to b*  prevented   to the House, TrKJBTHKK with thi;  NOT:rKs>t:BLisnEn.������������������,'. At the time of dcpordtlnK  tlie  Hill, the applicant tumll alto pay to the  Clerk of tlie Ibiuse a stun of three hundred  dnlUr-f.    If a copy of the P.ill. petUian nnd  notices frhall not hn^e \mhu ~-o<iepf^iLcd in the  handn of th* Clerk of the Houvc at b������a������������t elcht  days l>cf������T������i the upcniii'< of the .-'o5������ion. and if  the Petition has not 1 wen pre^^nted within the  iipit tea dAy-* of the .-e^slon. tho  amount to b*'  pnlii to the Clerk shall be>-ix hundred dollars.  If the [till shall not pass f-eeond  reading one-  half of the fees paid shall be returned.  rtd. Before any Petition, praying for leave to  bring in n Private Hill for the erection of a  Toll Hridpe, iw received by the Ilouse, the per-  Hon or persons intending "to j>ctition for suci*  Kill nhall, upon giving'the notiec prescribed  hy rule "0, also at the same time and in the  same manner, jrlvc notice .of .the rates which  they intend to *>kr the extent of the privilcpc,  the height nf the arches the interval between  the abutments or piers for>the pa-snage of raft������  and 'vessel1-, and mentioning alfto whether  they intend to cr*.ct a drawbridge or not, and  the dimensions of the same.  61. All Private Hills for Acts of Incorporation  shall be so framed fm to incorporate by reference the clauses of the (Jcneral Acti*,'re1at.inK to  the details to be provided for by suifch Hills:���������  ���������Special grounds ."hall be estabiished for any  propoved ciepartun; from this principle, or for  the introduction of otlier provisions as to such  detail*:, and a note shall be appended to th&  Rill indicating the provisions thereof in which  the CJencrai Act is proposed to be departed  from. Kills which are not framed in accordance  with   this  rule  shall   be re-ca^t by the  sioner of T.*n<ls and Works to he allowed to  purchase irfl acres of land, situated near the  Ht. I>:on Hot Kpr:np<-, Upper Arrow Lake, in the  "Wet Uivi".ion of Kootenay District, IJ. C. and  more )>anicv,iarly described as follows: Co:n-  mencinK at a jx>3t marked "Initial Post" planted at the ������. w. corner of said land; tlience  north 'Jfi chains; thence ea-st 80 chains; thence  Kouth *J.) chains; thence west 80 chains to tlie  place of be*jinning.  (?ijrned)   M. GRADV.  St. Leon Hot Springs, Cth'Oct. 1807. *28octlSt  RHODESIA RESTAURANT  '    and BOARI3INTG HOUSE  CORNER OK "EC ONU "Tltl'.r.T AND  OKI OS AVLKL-K,  BEVBLSTOKB   STATION.  KXGLISH CO0Ki::������ tinder thesup-e'riifft'iiel-  encc of "Irs. Lapwortli.  DinlnR Uooni attended to personally l>y the  proprietor.  MEALSyAT   "LL HOURS  Cleanliness r.nel civility our motto.;  Terms  motlerate.  25austf A. -I. LAPWOHTII   l'reipriotor.  Pli*at Class Uanco Hall To Lot  ^������IStt  Doors  Winter  Is found by EIouBe-  keeiiera   ~vho   tise  M!-LS*-#m!���������# ��������� ���������      iii:  Turnings  Mouldings  TRY  THE  NEW  YARD  Arrowhead Saw & Planiiig Mills  Revelstoke Agents  PIPPY & WRIGHT  Stockholm House  J. Albert Stone, Proprietor.  T.ilile furiiislii.'el with the choicest Uie  iimi'ket nfftii-tls. Uest Willi's. Liqtieirs  ���������ind ("iffai'H. Ijii'Ke lifjht. hell rooms.  'ItiitcB : $1.00 n. iltiy.    Monthly l-tite.  WTQClary's Famous Stoves  ���������-.'.^1  in cold weather.  We can pave you money on  Heath"-; and Cooking Stove������. It  ���������will pay you to call and examine  our stock.  T  LAST  CHANCE  To secure-', one of those dosinihle  lots CHEAP on the C. to K.  Htemn Navigation Co.'s silo.  Dont \v.i_it till the hooin hits  the town in llie spring like .v  cyclone, hut BUY NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE,  Sole Agents.  BOURNE BROS/ Stoves and Hardware,  REVELSTOKE STATION.  ���������4  Dealers in all kinds of  Funeral nirprtors and Embalm'ers.  , ,_ t\     _.n Orders given Prompt Attention.  Upholstering and Repair "Vork a Specialty.   , J     aiauwue    K  ORGANS AND PIAS08.  . _,     .      ^....^i^o   **.r_,n���������fncturers'rLifc Insurance Society, Union Fire  Agents for Raymond^^^^^  BBVBLSTOKE    ST������TIO^  B.C.  nee  with   this  rnie  Hiinu   i_-f��������� _,,-���������,-. _..,,  promoters and  re-printed at their expense before any Committee passes upon the clauses.  'G5. 'All Private Kills shall be prepared by the  parties applying for the flame, and printed in  ���������Small Pica type,.twenty-six emu by fifty ems,  on good paper, in imperial octavo form, each  page when folded measuring 10->J inches by 7^  inches. Tliere shall be a marginal number  every fifth line of each page;   "~ ~ ---"��������� >*������*���������.nc-  .,.���������.., . ii ������-"--.��������� j..-^^,   the numbering  of tlio lines W not to run on through the Bill,  but the lines of e/wh page nre to be munlHired  sepamtelv. One hundred copies of each Hill  shall he deposited with the Clerk of the Hou*������e  immediately before the lirst reading. Jf  amendment** are made to any Pill during Its  progress before the Committee on Private  Hills or through the House, suph Bill shall be  reprinted by the promoters thereof.  Imted Kith November, 1807. H  TIIOKN'TON* I'KLL,  U\2t Clerk, Legislative Assembly.  THS PIONEER LIVERY-  Feecl and Sale Stable of .he Lt-rdeau and Trout Lake District  FHEIGIITIXG  AXI>  TEAMING  A   SPECIALTY.  THE-  SADDLK AND  PACK HORSES  ALWAYS FOIt  HIKE.  @  ������  ,.a,.y S.aKc leaves Thomson's Laii'lin, every mor���������inB at 7 o'clock for Trout Lake City.  ^ootenay  ^lumber  Co,  Limited   Liability.  All Kinds of Rough and Dressed      LUMBER  At the company's store is carried n, full  stock of General Merchandise. Miners'  Supplies and Outfits at close rates.  R. TAPPING,  Agent for Revelstolcs  l"or particulars write  CltAJ.0 to HILLMAN, Thomson's'L.ASDINO.  COMAPLIX, B.C. P O. ABP.owi,E_vn  Telegraph to Conapus.

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