BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Revelstoke Herald Jan 22, 1898

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xrevherald-1.0186908.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xrevherald-1.0186908.json
JSON-LD: xrevherald-1.0186908-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xrevherald-1.0186908-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xrevherald-1.0186908-rdf.json
Turtle: xrevherald-1.0186908-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xrevherald-1.0186908-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xrevherald-1.0186908-source.json
Full Text
xrevherald-1.0186908-fulltext.txt
Citation
xrevherald-1.0186908.ris

Full Text

 ' / ' "   ���������    r  -ISSTJE3D   TWIOB-A-WEEK- ���������WEZDHSr.ES.D.A.YS    ^USTID    SA.TTJIL3D^-"X"S-  Vol. II.    No.  2.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, JANUARY  22, 1898.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  l'S'  re  Shopping  ^ Letter  r  HE llrst thing wise p oplc think ot  when ordering goo ia by muil is tlio  capacity for business of those llio* write ������-  to. The re-puutien we enjoy for prompt- >J  ness n.akes our Mail Oi-dijr trade forge v-*  abend at a, gratifj-inz rate. >v  Our Specialties ���������;��������������������������� ft  Groceries Dry Goods g  Liquors Boots and Shoes    S  Cigars Men's Furnishings a.  Crockery Tailoring g  Dressmaking 0  Itequcsti for priea l'sts nnil samples &  roc.ivo prompt attention. V;  8       Hudson's Bay Stores,      g  ^ ....Calgary.... ' ^  Haig & Crage  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  -^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  CALL AXI)  1NSPKCT. OUR..  Silverware  Nisw  Designs  Fancy  Goods  from Sew York.  AT G8Y BARBER'S,  .... .      C. ������'. it.   WATCH   iN.-l'BiTOIt.  " Old Jewkllkkv Sto.ik.  A  RTHUR G.  M. SPRAGGE,  &c.  ( Barrister. Solicitor,  Notary Public.  Office upstairs In Smith's Work Pacific Ave.  Revelstoke Station. B.   C. _  WM.  WHITE,  Q. C,  lORRISTER, SOLICITOR,   NllTAI'.Y   rfHI.ll',   ETC.  Revelstoke, B.C.  *;--l~ulleIlor ior Iinrerinl llan*. nf CanHiIft.  JOHN D. SIBBALD,  Mining and Real Estate Broker.  Notary Public.  Auent for: Ei'iiitslile Savings Loan .v.- RulMIng  Association.      Kire Insurance, the best i-emi-  panles.     Office: FirstSt.,iipiiev.itol'niimlintel,  KEVKt-iToKK Station.  GAMBLE &  O'REILLY,  ClVII. I*~N01NKI"lt~,   FnoVINCIAI.  IjAXI*,  Sl'llVKYOlIH.  Areomitaiits ainl lienereil j*ipents,  Kcluoii anil Hns-ianil, Wn-t Kmiti'imy,  llrltisli C'oliimbin.  C. B. Hume & Co.  C. ClAMIlI.E.  ... k., r. i.  .1.1'.. M. Inst. c. K.. M. Can. Poc  H. for B. C. (lale  Ito_.lil.-tit  Kn-  I'ltlillt!   Works   in  .IM..S.  .-Ijlytf  (.-incur   llvpnrlinunt   of   l'nlill  Canaeia in II. ('..) Nelson. II. c.  FRANris J. O'Ukili.y. Awhp, M. In-I.C. V  for D. C. llnvOanil, II. C.  ROBERT  SAMSON,  Dealer in Wood.  Pr-utng nnel   Peliv ;���������}��������� Work a specially al  lowest prices.  Teams always i-ciiil;' at a moment's notice.  Agent for Ihe Stnml irel OU Company.  The Revelstoke Photo Co,  STfDlO:   IlOUOLAS STIIKKT.  Revelstoke,   -    -    -    B. C.  8.111  A HAMILTON LADY '  Permanently cui-cd of catarrh. Japanese t'lilmrli Cure cures. Miss Lela-  tourcl of 187 Main St., Kast Hiiiiiilton,'  writes: Japanese* Cut .-mil Cure cured  mo ,.f n long standing case of catarrh.  I li:iv*(> tried ne.-n-ly all other remedies,  but they only relieved temporarily.  Since using Japanese Catarrh Cure,  iiliont one year '(go. t������y r.itiirrh I'fts  not troubled inc. Sold iiy W. A.  C'rifTltbs to Co., ~)0 cents.  On nicouiit of llie large proporliou  of ineiitliol in Magic: Liniment, von  will lind it invaluable, foi liemlnclii's.  neuralgia, toot Inn lie and all pains.  Magic Liniment is .superior to nil  others.    For sale Iiy  U^W. A. Griffiths & Co.,  lijii-iii.isTs, Hi:vi:i.stdi;k.  Warning  Look out for ,  . C. B. Hume & Co.'s  New Advertisement  in this column next  issue.  NOTE AND COMMENT  It is abundantly plain that the pressing questions of tlu*. protection of the  river bunk and thu wigon road to the  canyon will not be allowed to become  shelved owing to any luck of inleies'.  on the part of any section of lhis community. Tins executive commit tec of  the boaid of trade have given their  committee, on public works special instructions to_ consider themselves a  committee with full power to act on  any emergency arising in connection  with the river bank. The jury at the  court on Thursday m.-idc au excellent  presentment of our requirements in  these and one or two other respects to  the judge, whiih the Hiskau" pub-  lishcs in another column. The petitions to the ditlerent governments  were unanimously signed and have already set  the. lu.-ic-hinery   in   motion.  set  tl  On all sides there is a determination  to cary these projects through, and to  put up with no more dilly-dallying in  the matter. Tlu: only discordant note  is being struck, as usual, by the AIiJ_.il,  to whicli the. most necessary proposal  becomes distasteful, as long as the  llliKALO is for it, hut of which,  equally as usual, no person appears' to  be taking the sinallcstviiotice. This is  a very satisfactory state of affairs and  reveals.a willingness on the part of  our people to pull together for the  common good; which is very encouraging to those who now see the other  project, that of incorpoiation, for  which they have worked so ha id Hearing realization. The Herald believes  lhat so far from incorporation being  peculiarly diflie ult to carry 'out in,  Itevelstoke, thitl it will bu found pec u-  liarly successful.  get the municipal account. Il vvill he  necessary lo appoint it solicitor to see.  that thu bylaws are in proper shape,  but, $230 per annum ought to pay him  for his service-:. There will also have  lo be an auditor, who should make a  thorough monthly audit and rcpoit to  the finance committee for.~10a month.  Each fire brigade should also have, a  captain responsible to the fire, water  and light commit tee at. a small nominal salary. Beyond this point the  salarj* list need not travel at first.  Our motto should be every dollar we  can scrape together for improvement's,  but not. a cent mure than we can help  for expenses.  COUNTY COURT  Kevelstoke is not going into th:s  mutter of incorporation _witli a wild  rush, with any idea that tliere is any  kind of magic about, it to ensure prosperity or with any notiun.i.if .fostering,  a boom or starting any'fictitious'excitement. V.'e are doing it", simply  because in the judgment of the majority, the time has airiv-eil that we cannot atlord to do without it. Ohruni-  stances have forced iiu-orpnrati.-n  upon us. Thu teiwn has grown must,  remarkably since la-l spring and to a  certain extent wi: can see that its further growth is a matter of certainly.  It is also plain iu what directions incorporation will help the future proeress  of the place, by enabling its citizens lo  take concerted action to help out ihe  development of Uie district commercially tributary to it, a district  -fi-oni-its-indiratinns-of-niinei al���������wealth  sU'ond to none 'in the province.  Therefore we are going into this thing  soberly and advisedly, and when incorporated there is 'every indication  that our municipal business will be  carrieel on in the same spirit, and that  our revenues vvill be expended judiciously and honestly.  The publication of lhe papal encyclical has revived a passing interest in  the Manitoba school question. But it  would he a gi eat mistake to suppose*  that it has altered the situation with  regard to it at all. In IS',)", the Conservative party made; an clfo'rt to settle it on the principle that it t onstitti-'  tional wrong having been done.-.the  constitutional remedy for il should be  adopted. But this idea did not suit  the Unman Catholics themselves, or at  least the great ..majority- of theni.  They were bound to have L,iiuiei- to  settle this matter for theni and he. has  done so, and although the settlement  he. has made falls very far short of the  expect at ions of Quebec, when they returned him'to power, there does not  seem to beany sign that, they an* dissatisfied with' it. At all events the  bye.-elections do not seein to indicate  anything of the kind." The. question  of natioiiiilily has overridden that of  religion. As long as Sir Wilfred is at  this head of the government Quebec  may be counted on'as solid. As for  the papal encyclical Unit vvill permit  of more interpretation than one, ac  cording to the predilections oT the  ditfjrenl people to whom it is addressed. Under it a l'liiuaii Catholic bishop  or priest may still-.demand remedial  legislation in l ones .of thunder, and a  llom.-in Chiitholic l.iymaii may, if he  chooses, ncqii:i*nci* in the j oi'iccssions,  which Sir Wilfred ���������obtained from  Manitoba. 'The encyclical lakes , .1  broad ami statesmanlike view ,of the  situation. The school question was  outside of practical politics before.  The encyclical bus closed the door upon it forever.  FIFTEEN-YEAR OLD MURDERER  A Dime Novel Reader Commits a I/iost  Shocking Crime.  PiiiLADBi.rliiA. .Inn. 15).���������The body  of 5-yeiir-olil  Perry  Loekyur.   who   i.s  believed to. have,   been . inurlered  on  This is to notify the public of  Itevelstoke and vicinity- that the  undersigned vvill made it warm  for them, if they visit their  tailoring emporium and inspect  their immense and well selected  stock of ready-to-wear clothing.  The holidays are over, but this  only tends to rediii,* prices and  thus keep up to the holiday standard.  Boys' Suits a Specialty.  .Suits  from $5.00 up.  R.S. Wilson,   The Tailor.  Ilevelslcke Station.  There will not for instance be a. long  list of fat- salaries. There will certainly not be. if the llnii.vf.n can help  it, any kind ot local Czar walking  round this town in the shape of a  salaried mayor. The mayor of Itevelstoke will be only chairman of Ihe  council; he will reign but he will not  govern, aud he will do it for nothing al  tlmt. The best"business men can lie  got to (ill the ollice on these terms in  othi'i* places, and there !s no reason  why they should nutodo so in Kevelstoke. Neither in our opinion is  there the smallest necessity fur a  salaried police magistrate to be paid  by the municipality, when we have a  stipendiary magistrate of the province  residing here. Offences against municipal by-laws can be disposed of by  the mayor, who should be made, by  our special act an ex officio J. P. This  place will require a clerk, who should  be required to be attending tn municipal affairs for a certain fixed portion  of each day at the city oflice, and who  would be amply paid for his services  at ������50 per month. The same nflkial  could In* col lector and paid by a small  percentage on actual collections. The  town is scattered and would need two  policemen, who could scarcely be got  for less than ������75 per month apiece.  The first assessment should be as well  made as the council possibly can get  it done, and it vvill pay iu the long run  to give a good practical nun a good  sum for making it. If it is properly  done at first, I here will not be much  difliculty about making the .subsequent ones. The best person to make  treasurer will be a manager of one of  llie chartered banks. These gentlemen will do the work for a nominal  st'in, as it means that their hank  will  Friday night last by 15-yeai-old Samuel Henderson, has been found in the  bottom of I led dies' Creek, and theie  seems liltle doubt in the minds of the  police that young HcTiderson is guilty  of the crime. lie is now locked in a  cell at police headquarters. The body  of the child when found was weighted  by two heavy stones, one about his  neck andthe other around hjs tinkles.  His skull was crushed in. and there  was a knife thrust just above the heart  and similar wounds on his breast,  side, and forehead, while on one side  of his face, vvas a long cut, extending  from below the eye to the chin.  After Henderson's arrest lies admitted u knowledge of the kiiiru thrust,  but said it was due to the child accidentally running against an mien  knife. Henderson became alarmed at  this, lie said he threw the body into  the creek.  When shown (he mutilated body of  the child, headuiitied he was responsible for the other cuts also, but lie  persisted that it, was an accident. The  police, however, believe il, was a  planned murder, in which the guilty  one also purposed ending the life of  another small boy, Willie Addison, 7  years old.  Henderson, it is claimed, has been  reading trnshy novels of the wild  western stamp, and has shown a desire to emulate the heroes of these  tales. The police assert that Henderson accompanied Lockyarand Addison  to the woods, as he told yesterday, but  instead of any accident happening to  either, Henderson tied both children  to a tree. Addison broke away and  ran home. It. was then, it is said,  that young Liickyar's death was accomplished.  A Good Bill.  Aliianv, N.V., Jan. 21.���������A bill has  been introduced in the State Legislature providing for heavy penally and  imprisonment for publishing in any  paper any degrading mallei' of any  kind.      " '  The   Cases   Settled by Judge   Forin  in  Two Days  The following   is   the   list of  cases  which   fiiinu   up on  Wednesday and  Thursday:        -���������    ���������.  Coursier-v. Geignor. White. Q.C.,  for plaintiff. Judgement for plaintilf  for full amount of claim and .costs.  Ci'ovvle v. Blnhin. White. Q.C.. for  plaintiff. Judgement for plaintilf for  full amount of claim and costs.  Peasii v. Biirtlett. White. Q.C., for  plaintilf; Christie for defendant. Case  adjourned until next court to allow  defendant to return from Skagway.  Costs of day to plaintiff in any event.  Oashuto v. Siiiiuo. White. Q. C,  for plaintiff.   Settled outside.  Itubinson v. Morris. White, Q. C,  for plaintiff. Judgement fur plaintilf.  Kendron v. ICiuployeo's Liability  Assurance Co., Limited. Spragge for  plaintiff. While, Q.C., for defendants.  Enlarged to next com tilt defendants'  request.  McCarthy v. Kennedy. While, Q.  C; plaintilf. Application for decree  granted.  Kobinsou v. Abriel. White, Q. 0.,-  for plaintiff. Judgement for plaintilf  for full amount of claim, and costs, at  end of 14 days, it an application for  taking of accounts ho not made in the  meantime. Costs of day to plaintilf  in any event.  Robinson   v. Bliihm.'  WhittvQ. C,  fur plaintiff.   Judgement for plaintiff.  Buchanan v. "Benson.   White. Q. C,  for plaintiff.   Judgement for plaintiff.  lluuie   v.   Bale.      White, Q. CJ., for  plaintilf.   Judgement for plaintilf.     !  Wilkinson     v.     Pettigrew    et    al.  White,   Q. C,  for   plaintiff;    Spragge  for    defendant.     Enlarged   till   next  court. -     -    '  Stewart v. De Cew. ' Whi'e. Q. C.  for plaintilf; Spi'.igg(* i'or defendant.  x\(l.junrned by agreement-to give de-  funilants opportunity to .amend defence. Cost.-, of day to plaintiff���������a  conditioned precedent.  King e'fcHi v/SkogstrfiTn"* " White,'  Q V.. for' plaintiff; Whifclakor, of  Ivan'iloops, 'defendant. Case settled  by defendant paying SjKJIO and costs.  Ahralinmsfin v. Fraser. Judgment  summons. Ordered to pay $10 per  month. While, (". C, for plaintilf.  "Before the court adjourned the  grand jury made the following present ment:  To His Honor Judge Forin:  The following recommend.itions are  respectfully submitted for Your .Honor's consideration by the jury sitting  in your court on the 10th day of January, A. D. "80S:  'Wo would respectfully call "Vour  Honor's attention to the urgency of  protective -"-measures bt'iiig~~"takeh"  against the further encroachments of  the Columbia river on the townsite at  this place. ' Unless the' protection  work is proceeded with before the,  water rises at the. end of April, n large  portion of the centre of the townsite  will in all probability lie wiped out.  and the approaches to lhe school  house -md the churches cut olf, as well  as ji opardi/.ing the safely of the building-;. It is earnestly hoped that  prompt action vvill ' be taken in this  mutter of vital important e.  Another mat ter to which Your  Honor's attention is called i.- the location of the dumping . giound for garbage and night soil. Your petitioners  are given to imdcrsland that the site  of this nuisance ground, as originally  selected by the government agent and  Dr. l'unran. lhe secretary of the provincial hoard of health, was sit lulled  below and to the south of the town.  Their selection, however, was overruled by Mr. C. Philips-Wnolcy. Unsanitary inspector, who expropriated  laud foi' this purpose! to the norlh of  and near the town, directly in the  track of the prevailing uorthvvc.sti-rly  winds, and in the opinion of youi  petitioners would prove a serious menace to the public health. The 1 md  selected by Dr. Duncan can be conveniently reached by a road remote  from thii settled portion of the town.  Mr. Wnoley's site, ou the other hand,  can onlv be reached hy a road running  right through the centre, of the town.  We would submit lhat either permission be given to ell her discharge the  gar huge inlo the Columbia river, or  that the site select ed by Dr. Duncan  be chosen instead of the present location. At the piesent time there is no  scavenger to remove the niuht soil  from the dry earth boxes, .-illhough  instructions have been given to resiel-  ents to fill up lhe privy pits. We  would suggest thai an ol~ic-i.il scavenger be appointed, aud advocate that  some provision be made for t.-iuying  out the instructions of the hoard of  health. ''  We would further urge., your influence in the matter of supporting our  iippeal to the provincial government  for an additional grant of S~1."0 for fire  protection purposes, as owing to the  large area of ground which the town  covers it has become necessary to establish a fire station ut both east and  west end for the protection ot life and  property in cases of fire. We would  that   this   increased   service'  support from the government which  we ask as an assistance to ensure proper service in this direction.  A matter of very great importance  tn this town aud dislrict to whicli vvp  would resnectfully draw your attention is the necessity of improving  means of trans.portalii.iii to the Big  Bend district !>y~conslructing waggon  roads to a point beyond the canyon,  and improving Ihe navigation from  that point noi thwnrds on the Columbia river. The amount of work already done in this district fully  warrants the expenditure needed in  this direction.  Thompson K. L. Taylor,  Foreman of jurv.  Kevelstoke, July 20, 1S0S.  CHDIINAL  DOCKET.  Queen v. Cooper.' Charge of assault  occasioning actual bodily harm. Defendant discharged . on his . own  recogniz-mces to appear when culled  for. Spragge for crown; White, Q.C.,  for prisoner.  NIYSTERIOUS DISAPPERANCES  Which  mention  that   tills   tncrcasei  has been brought about, hy public vol .  nntaiy subscriptions, which  elfort on   quite a while.    It paid me  to stay  the pari'of the   citizens deserves the | all light enough  a   Superstitious    Person   Might  Attribute to Spooks.        ��������� -  .  "When  I was   mining   on   Sultan  Kiver in the State  of   Washington   in  1S70, said Mac, lighting his 4:>rd match  hy actual count,  during the evening,  "aseries  of events  happened to ,me,  which would have driven  any   person  inclined   to  superstition   out   of   the  country.   I was  working alone, on a  bar of the river,- out  of  which   I   was"  making my eleven dollars a day right  along, which was pretty good for lhat  section. -, l.was the last inuii   up   the  river'and at least thirty miles from the  nearest camp..and  I did not- see   the  face of another human being except a  tew   Indians    for    nine    consecutive  months.     In   spite   of  this isolation  small articles were continually  disappearing from lhe cabin.   I  kept missing spoons and knives.    One evening,  after a read aud a smoke in  lied,  after  the goeid old custom of.s'mgle  men all  over the world. I laid my pipe  on   the  edge of the tableonear  my   bunk.    Iu  tin. ,  niui-nin:; rir. *u"ii-   K'nie. - and,.no  amount of hunting for it disclosed  its  whereabouts..   Tobacco   used  also  to  vanish   in   tlie   sume    unaccountable  manner.      These   things    were    very,  puzzling- and   even    uncanny.     One  uight as I  vvas   lying   in   bed,   there  were three  violent   shocks   of   earthquake.     Tho   house   shook    and the  tlishes were shot olf the shelves  on  to  the floor.     1   had  three cats   in   the  shack iin:l everyone of them  vanished  up the chimney.    I rushed to the dpor  and looked iml.    It was a still,  moonlight night.   There were two immense  trees   opposite   the   door,   iind   as   1  glanced out they moved forward and  hack__.and__; came, -to-rest   again... The  shocks were over and I  went  back  to  bed.   By and hy two of the cats  came  dovvn the chimney  and  lay  down  on  the hearth.    And just  then   in  a   loft  overhead I-heard tap, tap, lap on  the  floor,   and   a   large   wood   rat   came  thiough   an   opening   in  the   ceiling,  and descended by the wall to the" top  of a cupboard and thence to the  floor.  He then actually had  the  impudence  to walk across to the hearth  and   seat  himself between  the   two   cuts,   who  never took   the  least   notice   of   him.  He sal I here for ii while looking first  at one cat unci then another and then  climbed   back   on'  to   the   cupboard.  Just ill   this juncture   the   third   und  biggest cat came down   the  chimney  and   ciught  sight  of   Mi.   Woodr.it.  Tom pi ep.ired for action  at, onee and  his tail waved like a tiger's.     The  rat  turned to climb up the wall again  nnd  the cut made una spring  nt  him   and  took him in the back  of the  neck.    I  could hear the bones of his neck crack.  Tom dropped back on to the floor with  his prey and cume over  to  me  to see  what 1 thought of his stroke  of  business.    Next, morning   I   went  up  into  the loft to see  what had   been   going  on.    There I found my pipe, a  quanti-  ty'of tobacco,   numerous  spoons" iind  knivc-s and other arlicles, which I   had  missed.     But  most   ridiculous  of all,  there were a wuir of new gum-boots up  in the loft, whicli  I   had  placed   there  out of the way.    These had been  Idled  plum full of raisins,  of   which   I   had  laid   in  a   stock, which   I   had   never  touched.    The idea of a vvood  rat  had  never struck me, iis  I   did   not   know  that there were any  in   that   part   of  the country, and a more superstitious  person   in   that   lonely   place    would  certainly   have   thought   that    there  spooks   around.      However.  I   stayed  with the bar and made nn  average  of  $11 n day for two years, and when the  bar digging;- played   out, I   took   np  the  bench  lands   behind   ami   leased  them to two Seattle companies and  ilievv ~2<_5" a month out of them   for  ill  LOOKS LIKE A MURDER  Jas. Brown's Death now being Investigated���������Hired Man Suspected.  Bi.ytii. Ont., Jan. 10.���������The residents'  of this section are somewhat excited  over   the   death   of  James Brown,  ii  fanner, who died on July 31st last.    It  was thought at the time of his deatli  that it vvas suicide, but circumstances  since come to   light   suggest  a  cause  for    suspicion    and    the   ' attorney-  general's     department     has    starteet  au   itivcstigtaion.     According lo thu  story of   Brown's  wife,   her   husband  gut np about four o'clock in the morn  -"*  ing nf the day  mentioned,'she .stayed,  in lied an hour longer   and   then   got  up'unci did the house  work.     After a  while happening to go into the barn.'  she saw her husband's Ixidy hanging  from a beam.   The doctors were called  anel the.body vvas found to Ik* dead so"  long   that     Mrs.   Brown's  statement'  lhat he had left  his -bed   at 4 o'clock,  could not be credited nnd she admitted'  it might have   been   longer. .  An in-'  quest -was   held   but.it   was   merely  perfunctory.'"  At the post 'niortein it-  was shown.'that  Brown 'bore on the'  teinple'marks of a-heavy blow froin :t[  hammer or wrench; .-ind' a 'huuiber of  other blows about the.bndy.'-" On the' -  .whole,   however,-.'life "appearance. in-**  dicaled   suicide, '.anei   a   verdict   wub*  returned   accordingly. ��������� -Mrs.   Brown1  receiver! S1000 insurance money.-   The"  niiine   of   Albert-'Haggitt,' the* hired*  man of Brown's.Ms* mentioned .lis hav-"  ing     been   very ' friendly "with" Mrs.;  Brown before her husband's death antl"-  reinained on thu farm  with"her.nfter  her husband's death, until the effects'  were   sold   recently, * when' Inspector ''  Murray "came   to' investigate "at the-'-  request of  the attorney-general's de- ";  partment. .. Haggitt suddenly left for-'  the Slates.   ��������� - .    ,-',.-  c.- Advance .in.Rates, t*������-Ata_rtbfc."; . .  Seattle, Jan: "20.^-An"advance iiir  the" rates to Alaska" has been an-'  noun'ce'd. Several 'transportation*  companies-have agreed on an increase '  of $10 on tho passenger rate between '  Pugr.t Sound and Dyea and Skagway. ���������  and a proportionate-increase toJun-."  e.tu and other southeastern Alaska..  points. The'rate on freight hus been.'  advanced from ������10 to $1*5 per ton., ���������  The Silver Cup.  Reports from this property"continue-'  to he'of the most encouraging nature..*.  The winze in the 150 foot tunnel is now-  down over 30 feet and the face of it   is-  -in or.- for-the-whole-distance.���������Assiiys���������  on  the samples from the*bottom of  the winze give returns on an ,averiige-  of ;"20 oz. silver, 45 per cent,  lead  and.'  $11' gold to the ton. ' The-superintendent". Mr. D. G. McNeil, calculates to-  ship 100 terns of ore per tuokitli* from  thisinine by the Landing., _  Contemporary Opinion.  A gentleman in this city who.is very  intimate with the Hon.T. Mayne Duly.  Q. C, told the Times this week that  there was no truth whatever in the report that Mr. Daly would betaken into-  t In* cabinet of the Turner Government.  "Mr. Duly," he concluded, "has too  lucrative u practice to sacrifice for  political honors. Although his fitne&s-  for any such oflice nmlil nut he din-  puted, even by liis political opponents.'"  ���������Itossl.ind.Timea.  The Firemen's Boll  'A novel feature of the dunce to he-  given hy the No. 2 fire brigade in Tapping's theatre next Tuesday will he a  conceit and tableaux vivnnts, which  vvill be given before   the   dunce, ioin--  inencing at 8 p.m. sharp,   for  which  lhe best, talent in  town   lias been en--  listed. The following is the programme:  I. Chorus���������"Midnight Pire Alarm" ...Brlgede-  '_!. Instrumental Duet���������Hsrp anel r'lutina   Mr. and Mrn. Mclvlllo  3. Comic Reading "Y. M. Lawrence-  4. Solo .'. A. R. B. Hearn  5. Club Swinging   Messrs MvTaggart, McDonald and Ncttlo  C. Vocal Duct���������"Sister Elves"   Miss Northey and Mrs. Mclvlllo.  7. Recitation \V. A. Nettle*  8. Song vid Chorus (Harp Accompaniment) ..  Messrs. Melville Barber, Savage, McTag-  gart and Wilson. v  9. Recitation Miss Stella Brown  10. Initrumental Selection Mandolin Club-  11. Song Mrs.A.R.B. Hearn  12. StumpSpcccu W.R. Mellon  13. Solo R. Tapping  II. Song and Chorus (Harp Accompaniment)...  Quartette-  Tableaux  Capt. Fitzstubbs is ill in tbe Jubileo  Hospital at Victoria. ,'H  Revelstoke   Herald  Published in interests of  Kevelstoke. Lardeau, Bin Bend, Trout Lako  lllecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  l'ass and Kagle Pass Districts.  A. JOHNSON Propi'lolo-.  O. K. GROOAN Editor-.  A Scml-Weokly Journal, publlslieil In the  interests of Rovelstoko and llio eurrounding  district, Wednesdays and daturdajs, making  closest connections with all trains.  Advertising Hates: Display ads. 81 SO per  coIumnii.cli.?'2.tX)pcrinch wheninscrtydon title  page. Legal a-is. 12c p-r (nonpareil) lino, for  first insorli��������� ; 8c for ea'.h uddltiuniil insertion.  Heading uolices, 15c per line each issue. Birth,  Marnogo and Death uotices. free.        .      -������������������,  Subscription Hates: By mail or carrier. 82 00  per annuiii: *J1.~~ tor six months, strictly in  BOu?CJob Department: The lliitii.i" Job  Department is onn of the best equipped  printing olllces in West Kootenny, nnd is prepared to execute all kinds of priuting in llrst  class style at honest prices Ono prico to an.  Nojob too large���������none too small���������for us. Mail  orders promptly attended to. Givo us a trial  on your next oid������.r. . .  To Correspondents: ~>\ e invito correspondence on aoy subject of Interest to lho general  public, and desire a reliable regular corret.-  pondent in every locality surrounding  Kevelstoke. In all cases the bona fill*, namo  ot the writer must accompany manuscript, but  tiot necessarily for publicatio..  ���������Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoko. 3. C.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  1. All correspondence must bo ligihly  written on one side of the p:vpor only.  ~. Correspondence cue.tuining personal  matter must bo signed with thu pr i-ornauio  of the ���������writer.  3. i orrespondence with reference to an*,  thing that has appeared in auollict* piper  must first bo offered for publication to tbat  paper before it can appear in The Uehalu.  SATURDAY.  JANUARY  2"*, 1SUS.  .-1 SIGNIFICANT UTTERANCE  ���������The Montreal  Star of January  ���������ith contains a six   colnmn  inter  view with a "western Ontario Liberal member - of Parliament","  which' makes extremely interest-  reading. The honorable member  speak3 evidently with considerable knowledge., and speaks authoritatively for the Liberals of  "Western Ontario. Its chief bigni-  licance is a warning to Sir A\ il-  i'rid Laurier, and a defiance to a  certain section of the Liberal  part, principally to be found  "among the Quebec Liberals, the  New Brunswick Liberals and the  nondescripts." The speaker professes more loyalty than ever to  the Premier, but he declares that  Cartwright and Mills "have behind them the weight of all the  sound, healthy public opinion that  exists iu a community like this,  whose moral sense is deficient.'  He declares that should the corrupt-element; overpower Ji-iurlei-  ic would still have to deal with  Cartwright. aud that iu that case  "Sir Richard would nob hesitate  to leave the Cabinet and appeal to  the honest men of both parties���������  in other words, to smash the Government and send all hands back  to their constituents rather than  tolerate for an instant any dirty  job of theirs." Mr. Blair is informed that he must not attempt  to purchase the'Canada Eastern or  to subsidize the South Shore from  Sorel to Quebec, aud Mr. Tarte is  given a hint that the result of the  investigation of the Drummond  county deal may have an import-  -ant- bearing-^u pou._his; political.  future.  The stand taken by the Ontario  Liberals is in the best interests  of the party and of the cjuntry.  It^is high time i'or some such declaration to be mfide. The groups  of "tainted Liberals" and "tainted  ex-Tories who have joined the Liberal party for its sins," should not  be allowed to control the Liberal  party, and with it the country.  Should Sir Richard be driven to  appeal to the honest men of both  parties under such circumstances,  we are convinced that he will not  appeal in\.~iii. The Liberal victory of June, 1S9G. was due largely  to the disgust of honest Canser-  vatives with the corrupt element  in their own party, and however  much honest Conservatives may-  disagree with Sir Richard's taritT  policy, they respect his personal  character.  BIN DER T1 VINE PRO TEC TION  At last session of parliament a  cut was made in the tariff upon  binder twine lrom 12). to 10 per  cent, to be followed on January  1st, 1808, by the complete wiping  out of the duty. Last week a  deputation ot twine manufacturers, headed by Senator Cox,  of Toronto, a prominent Liberal,  waited upon the government,  urging that the duty be restored,  and complaining that if it was not  restored the twine factories would  havo to shut down. Tlie farmers  of the west will feelilike citing  Mr. Rortiam's arguments for  tariff stability. In a certain  measure Mr. Bertram was right in  contending that commercial confidence and security depended  upon tat iff stability. It must be  patent to all that nothing would  so surely destroy all confidence in  the tariff aud in the government  which for the}"tin~e being controls  the tariff, as for "the government  to wipe out the tariff in one year  and restore it the next. We hope  if the unexpected happens, and if  the government should weakly  propose to restore the twine duty,  to see Mr. Bertram raise his voice  in parliament in favor of tariff  stability.  If the Laurier government is  pledged to anything it is pledged  to reduce the duties. If it is  pledged to any particular item of  tariff reform, that item is in  respect of binder twine. Time  after time Mr. Mulock, now a  member of the government, moved  to abolish the twine duty. (Time  after time Mr. Daviu supported  the motion in speech aud opposed  it with that far more effective  thing, his vote.) For tho Laurier  government to restore tlie twine  duty would be i'or it to make a  distinctive breach of faith with  the western farmers.  To restore .a duty to save  factories from shutting down is to  reinaugurate protection for those  factories, ft is a Liberal principle  anel a good principle that'it a  factory can not be - kept open  without the support of protection,  then the country i.s no gainer by  keeping it open. If twine can be  made more cheaply in the United  States, then it is more profitable  for Canatla tn buy her twine in  the States. Of course when our  whole fiscal system is based upon  and interwoven with protection,  it is obvionslyiimpossible to wipe  away protection afc one stroke  without disaster. But the government lias assured the country  of its determination to keep its  face towards the goal of free  trade, anel for it to look back at  this early stage of its career  would be a bad omen of the  eventual fruit of its policy.���������  Regina Leader.  Oh. welcome, frost ami hull  nnil sleet!  l.luvv  winds eit January,   blow!  Tin* iiii-e of June: Is not so sweet  As  while star blossoms   of  the snow.  I*in- .lune*  sends  Dnpluii*   from   ine*   far  To shining'snnilx  iinel  shiiiiciing sou,  Where milium nml  remote*, u still*.  She whirls through heaven, forgetting m������  Through nil the fall  I  count the days  ''1*111  golf bu done and  shooting  past;  ���������Till (Jhrls'tiniis shopping,  from  Its  iinizq.  Yields  Daphne back   to me  in lust.  Thon   'ore!  lier   Lenten   prayers   itiM-SO  And churches claim her, this for mc���������  i  month  when  I gaze in hor eyes,  Across a  daily  cup  of   tea!  Wherefore.  O haste ye. frost and sleotl  Illoiv,    winds  of   January,   blow!  I.ove  counts  thun  June's  rose    far    nici  sweet  The white star blossoms of the snow.  ���������New   York   Journal.  WHEN CHILDREN PLAY.  Charles XV. McAnn, Q.C., a member  of the legal firm of McAnn and  McK.iv ha-" 1k."_*ii elected Mayor of  Kaslo by acclamation.  Charles Ti.ttle, of Chicago, is in  Vancouver making arrangements for  three days accommodation and outfitting for -i.700 men who are starting  the rush to the gold fields.  The first sitting of lhe Supreme  Court in the Yukon was held in a log  cabin 17 x 15. .Judge McGuire was  arrayed not in a gown, but in blue  shirt and corduroy coat, while V. C.  Wade, crown prosecutor, was in-full  dress of buckskin.  A despatch from Portland. Oregon,  savs that the Cnited'Stales Yukon  relief expedition will leave that point  on January *J3rd. The advance party  Will 'consist' of CJ men frcm the  Fourteenth Infantry, and wil.L^take  with them 100 mules and 250 tons of  supplies. Capt. Kiihtan. of Fort  Kiley, will have chaige of transportation.  An American exchange says: The  mau who more than any other is prepared to speak from personal knowledge of the riches of Alaska. Mr.  Ogilvie. the Dominion surveyor, says  there are "one thousand square miles  in Alaska and the Noith West Territory, out of which will be produced at  least SlOO.OOO.OtX)." This state-ut-nt  does not include quartz .tinning. One  thousand miles ot placer ground must  have been loaded with the precious  metal from many mother lodes, which  when discoveied will dwarf to insignificance the present finds.  F. 0. llealey and W. A. Skelton  have taken over the Russell House at  "'olden.  T. W. McKenzie, ot the liquitable  Life Assurance Society, went to Edmonton yesterday moruing.  G. V. 11. Bulyea of the North "Vest  government will accompany Victor  Dodd on his ollicial trip to tbe Yukon.  The Canadian Pacific: land department has decided to put on the market  ill once the Lownsile of Cranbtook  which will be t.he divisional point, for  the Crow's ~Nest Railway in East  Kootenay.  A po'lollicc to be known as Arrow  -Lake���������hiis^-=hecn_-.esta.blished_sLt_tbe_I_i  Halcyon Hob Springs, anel a mail  car.'ier has been engaged to cirry the  mails between the springs and the  boats. '���������  J. l~. Garden has defeated William Templeton for lhe inayoralty  of Vancouvor. The - election was  fought on lhe granting of Minic Hall  licenses, which Garden favored and  Templeton opposed.  Kalaina is Lhe name of the new-  town which is being stinted at the j  end of the Crow's Nest Pass on Kootenny Lake. It was formerly known .-is  Armstrong's Landing, and has at  present a population of H;" people.  llie departure of the United Slates  relief expedition Lo Alaska has been  postponed. Accordingly t he order to  ship lhe expedition from Portland on  January "JUrcl has been withdrawn,  all hough the puck train is still being  at Port Vancouver.  The third test cricket match helwpen  lhe Australians and the visiting V.rnz-  lish eleven began on Friday at Adelaide, Small Australia. At the close  of the plav the Australians had scored  III0 runs for two wickets, with Darling  not, out for ITS runs.  Tne* Fern Mining Company, whose  property is located in Lhe Nelson district,, declared a dividend "on  Siturduy nf five per cent payable  on the 2Urd inst. This is a free milling  gold proposition equipped with all  necessary machinery.  Principal Grant and Rev. Dr. Lura*~,  a ('limsby Methodist minister, will  debute on prohibition in the city hull  Kingston, on January 27ih and 25th.  Mny-oi Livingston will preside. Tne  'admission fee charged will go to the  poor. The; issue discussed will be:  ���������'That the Dominion prohibitory law  would injure t.he. cause of tcmpcianre  iis well as public and political morality." The speakers vvill be: limited let  Lime, and speak alternately. There  will be no vote taken at the close.  A great many applications for land  in tho Yukon has been received by the  Department of the Interior. Mr. Sifton has decided not to sell land there  al piesent until more definite information is available as lo the resources  and necessities of the teriitory. The  minister hns also decided to invite  public competition for timber rieiths  in the Yukon, arid lenders have been  asked for up lo January "Kth. The  highest bidder will get the timber. A  large, number of applications for  timber berths are on file in the depart-  ment.and this decision will he read with  interest by many. Both of these decisions would seem to be in the public  interest.  K Combined ~"ursery and  Gymnasium al  Small lixpense.  "VY'iat to do with rest-less, noisy  clilldten on a rainy day is no longer a  bitter question with. Lhe progressiva  inoiher, whose babies are learned liil U������  l.-maeiK'j.rieiners aud who is ltrm  iigainut whips or severity as a meson"  ol keeping xieace ia the 'louse.  Her secret cf restful rainy days 1"  clearly expUunod by a g-lmTpsre at her-  B-ymnalsuiii nun-eery. It is a delightful  place. Perhaps it cost -a. mile more  than the ordinary nursery - In .tlie beginning, but vy'iat of mat'- Down  stairs all during tile snows Saturdays,  the" literary head of Llio "louse sits  peacefully a.t Ins desk. with, no Liun-  Dling aVout ot amaite-ur bear hunters  in* jilerciiis sju'iel.s of human locomotives to upset his train of lUiioushLS-  No pantries are raidtd, no iseXJks set  by tne ears, no nva.Lornu.1' bionch'a..  tubes were hoarse "rom correction and  fuilry-story telling 'because of Lhia  homo  ot alhletic-..  The children themselves get IhrougU  the day 'Without quarie.ing, fretting  or faillne into mischief, uavu rathe:' rejoice in the Inclemont wea,tlier mat  keeps ili-in lau-y over .their now-round  ii ensures. .  Now ulie nursery gymnasium 'is best  soi in 'the iiia.ri*et. It The lv>Uiie boa������i������  a large and aury one���������no mo* lur u tat,  roof slopes.- provided the windows cuoi  b<j cut out a geiiE.-ous rizu���������'-hut is all  that is needed. Th. beet gymnasium  of. ils kind, tn? ,faot. tin* tire.t, to tr.o  v-riior's kjuwledse, t-hat was s*ta-rlf:<1���������  was Uiicivvn open to children in a. gai-  let   ruom   (iu.il...   Ullp.laste__.rcsd.  So much the'b'-Uer, for a j-rymen-isLurn.  ought to havo iwooU-in walls. Therefore, over lhe beams plain boards wer������  iva_ii._. T~ien the ehildre-n were taken  down, tlie five <jf them, to a siportins  Koo<Jj5 shop and allow ed to select th"  itqu-f---- funvi-shiiyg. Th*.- it-h-rce U"i>"3  anel two git*!* were given their e___haic.*\  on-Von a portuble sLriking .bag they aU  ���������iOiiTblneel. A ~,-"h.l'.e'y vextircL-Kir toi  l-vciiv ono <������ th.t.- live was the next  s-v'������ctj-~i, and then a rowing ar-para.  tus and a T)~J-~" oil clSmtiing iaddersy,  Accc-rdim-t to their ineiiv-ixliia_l strength  .'itch on* oi the children -vvas g~verii n  iialr of iron dumb-bells; an. adjustably  i_ra_i <=-ze ami a pair o������ swincin-g rui.g3  made up the sum of gymnasium ti~-  t ir.-s*s.  "With ev<B-y one   of   these piirchai-ea  Iiie  dialer gu-ve  a papar   mok oj   in-  SITUC. i'lil i--������ n-v. *iy~ ar...���������n.������ ..���������������-n_.���������- -��������� -J-  -wore* reqiibrc--* to put their lomrp;-:- o*  s=r."t>li<.e in. order. They -".'l <irl. and  ij-o-m lha" lime Cc-nth. live downstairs  1.111 st-rv H-J.1    <le=er-tj?di      Of    court*?..  Suwll   Wort-lea   Often   Moro   Dn.nj.������rotii  Tliau Weighty Afllietiunfl.  "It is not always the real trial!- and  weighty atllictions o������ life that wear  out vvcemen, but ra,lUCM- tho email  worriea, lhe Little ^in-prlcks, so to  ���������speak, that ure Uie tfreat foes to peace  In our 'hjouseholds," writes Eliza, li.  l'arker in the De<:_mber -Ladies' llonve  Companion. "Human nature betas  very imperfect, a jjrea,t .many good ln-  tenulons rolathig lo u-lvlal matters iu*o  so mlsunuerstood and become oo mixed UiaL more trouble Is cruised than  they were meant to create in the l>e-  glnniii.g. For, unfortunately, things  will not go right simply for the wishing, nor, indeed, always for the trying.  Says one writer, 'Grave luixleUcs add  to our wrinkles; keen sorrows drive  nails Ir. our colllns; but il is the trifles, seemingly insignUlcant, that darken  the days.'-  "T.hese slight annoyances are always  personal and usually conllned to domestic matters; the misdeeds of ser-  rnnts, the shortcomings of the chiivl-  ren, the failure of the breakfast, the  delay of the dinner, the spoiling ot  the cake in baking, are all trials of  patience, while the arrival ot unexpected company, the having to give  up a pleasant walk or an anticipated  night at the theatre, the destruction  of our best ohina by a careless ser-  rnii't. the loss of our pet dog, the killing by an early frost of our favorite  rose, are all bothers, which, while  they seem small, serve to annoy us  beyond the point of endurance. Tot  a'l Lhese happenings come into the  daily lives of most ot us, anil we must  fixpect them to break into our felicity  and lt*ave their marks behind. "lluCh,  however, after all, depends upon our-  sclves as to,how these pin-wicks effect  us. AVith the wiser of us they are  only passing moments, and through  the mist-of present disappointments  hope shines, and wliat, at first peemed  to lie irreparable can nearly aiVways  be reuied'ed.. Honor 'to the brave women who have schooled themselves to  h.-var patiently the petty worries of  life, for to such In the end will come  the power to meet the larger catas-  trophies and sterner reallUes with  etrenegth and courajre."  The  Wholesale dealei s in  Ales, Wines, pirits and Cigars.  FRONT STREET  REVELSTOKE, B- 0.  FERGUSON  The Centre  of the  Lardeau  Mines  Tlje  Pioneep  Stores  A MiCROBE-PROOF HOUSE.  _of Fepguson  and Ten .Mile  Cummins & Co.  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Dealer in Miners' Supplies, Hardware,  Groceries, Dry Goods,  Everything  to *.c  found in a general store.  Post Ollico in connection.  "   Noted    Scientist   J."nil    ~J'l>   Ono of  the  OeleleHt Structures on Jiiirth.  One of the oddest domiciles on earn,  is  tliat recently erected at  Vokohainv  by .Dr.- XV. Van  dor Hoyden, says  Lho  San Francisco Chronicle, 'l'the doctor's  house  is  a  dust-proof,   air-proof,     nvl-  crobe-proof , building     of    glass.      Ii  stands on the open, unshaded grounds  of   Uie   'lospitai    of    Yokohama.     The  house is -1-t feet long, -i'i fcoL wide and  17 f.~s>l 'high. Large panes of glass, one-  half inch thick and aboul fouiyuiclies  ciparl are set in. i)-oiii ft-.tmes so ais'to  form   tlie  sides  of a  cellular   building  block.    Of  Uicse  blocks  the walls   a-rc-  i-ojuitructcd.     There   are   ira   '.wlndu<vv  "uaslies,   the  air  e.4<;ape ,bc-ing  L'ni*ough  several small ciiK.-nings around the upper   pa.rt   of   tlie  sec-ond    sturey,   bul  through wliich no air from Uie outside  ip admitted.   The air suppiy is obtained  from   a'considerable   distance,   forced  through  a pipe and  carefully  frlteiYa"  through   cotton   wool   to   cleanse   it  cf  bactc-i-ia.   To  insure  further    sterilisation   the  air   is   driven  ag-ainst a glycerine-coated plat" oC glass, .which cap  tures all the microbes -the wool spares  vi"he  few   m'crobc-s 'brought  into    the  house  in   Lhe clothes  of visitors  soon  die in  the warm sunlight, with whicli  the   house   is   Ilocded.     The  space   between   the   glasiv-a     of     the    building  blocks is lilled, with a solution ot salts  which absorbs Lhe heal of "the sun, so  that lhe rooms of this house are much  cooler   than   these    'protected   by   the  thickest  shad-rs.     In   the   evening   the  ir.tc-rior is heated  by the salts vadiot-  imr  the heat Uipy have alisor.lied during  the day.    So  effective Js the  sys-  tf.-m of regulating the temperature that  n. few hours ot sunlight, even in freezing weather,  win    render   the    house  hobitable.    Tt   is   only    when     several  cloudy  days  follow  in  succession   Lhat  nrtilicial   heat   is   needed.   Than   It   is  firpplicd   by   pumping   In  ,hot  air.   Dr.  Van der Heyden thinks he has polved  the  problem  o������  a  complete  germicide  on  a big scale.  At our TKN-MILE BRANCH Store  Powder, Caps. Fuse, Coal, Steel,  and all -Miners' and Prospectors' Supplies are  kept on band  .Tierchant's Hotel  Illecillewaet, B. C.  First-class in every respect.    Good accommodation.'   Uest  "Wines, Liquors and Cigars at tho Bar.  . W. J. Lappan, Proprietor.  Columbia House  The  Olioice  Bust  largest hotel  in   town".        Centrally    located  Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigars  ���������  Be Sure and register at the  BJ1LM0RJ.L- HOTEL  When you reach FE11G USON. :  The table is provided with the best,  the market affords,     ltates from  $"2  to ������3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,  Proprietors.  sample flannel t."tvr's anel knicker"Xjck-  _-.= sv.re provided _��������� with, -rheap fta,t-  hciled s-hn-i*". for all five, and LTairrinfi  up Tnusc-es" became tlie order cm thi  d-iv.  Rules were -posUd up on lh<-- -y*~-  n.tfiium doc������- that nobody should ev-t  have any of their clubs. ���������_.:������������������������.. lying  nibo-'L' ai--. trncitsi wire preyi-M i-d 'fd  ovwrvt-i'ntr. an/i any quarreling meant  hMil-htncnit of th������ offenders f"r a w������-k  'rr<-iT*i Lh" ran'*"-rrram. <~>n linking  mv-i. a 'lav Inteil '.hie* gyTrtw.-i.itm .tlio  meitlier of frr? f.imilv rarely ^aw any  rt,-.i*v*j>n ,t'j enf.rree. |'Ji<> p<*na.UV'-i--. --mil  ns iho vv-atchevi the r.hll.lren *-*he* came  tei ihe ������-on.~)'i.s''-.n thn,t ynunjr anrl\*������ a.*"  w-.-*'l a:-- young inIm-"������������ flourls.h -.lnel'-r thi  p*-op<*i- rort of   trn'r.l-ig.  "I*nele*r the* grit"/,* of playing th" V������\v-������  nr'I ci--ls l<c~n tr, .-li.-v-ov.T fe-.r UT*rn-  isj-'ive--- lvr.iwn !v.tv1 muw-'.c* an.i by in-  rtin'-t they r���������11 intei elr'.lls ar.'l rfirular  'xeicl.*1'."..    Two  Sam Needham  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good St*le at Lowest Prico?.   -  accommodation. Kates    SI     per    day.  Brown & Pool. Proprietors  ,    REVSLSTOKE  Table furnished with  the choicest, the market  affords. -Best Wines,1  Liquors and Oigars.  Rate";   $1.00 a day.     Monthly race".  .T.-ALBEIIT STONE, Proprietor.  Large light bed rooms.  Doors  . Sasl}  . Tuphihgs  .Mouldings  TRY THE NEW YARD  DOUC'-jAS S_III"I3T   ���������   lll'IVKLSTOKl"  -Sh������*  Way. Mi-re1]!re-Ke'ii-cel  thr.^rt bl~ -Vei  mat-  0  ��������� '  A TVI'ICAr.  XIISSKIIY GVMN"j\SU:M.  la-ear's were hauled up into Lhe gyra-  r.-.siuni and l.y plac'.ng thc-m un'kT tne  rings, trapeze and la/ldcr.--, ne> tumt/Iea  were'sittenrled with l->rui������'-s and vv'neri  ii. bail el:iy a-.-t in a circus was the  lorder of th': day. AM the- i'h:lelr>-n  chose fancy names, drew *>n Ion?  white cr pink stockings, the Irtys wOTe  false mustoches, tlie gir'.si lut down  thoir ha;r, uveryb'iely wns donned  witih gilt pap<-'f ular.s. .'ind grand ex-  3i 1 bitloi-,.'-. fe.lle/Wed.  Oth<"r boys ami girls crowd���������I In to  see .the. fun, anel great was the a.p-  jiliaus*- showered on the youthful pnw.  ������i=������ displayed. The- nc-vvs of the; gym-  nap-liirri getting about., ether wise  inrithorTj fallowed suit, in chasing rnit  the f-uj,^r;i.|>iin<lane������* ������t <������ys and picture; bucks and sulistituting c-omplelei  'alhloi'ic litling.**. Jn many iiifutanocfl  th'- g.'iy w'lll paper was torn ofC and  plain worxi vvalnscolog 7>ut on this to  afford strong wall space for adjusting  'chesit p*.ii.l?ys ami p'ntform ntrikin.e  li:i.-,'S. P'lei vrs of h*j,n1 vv-(x������l have In  many Insmnce.*" token lhe T'ln-ce of c.*i.r-  pe;ls and ove-r the los_; of so much luxury not .'i child ccnnp'-iUns. while-- in rrrs  inslnne"- a f,irn,'j;y of n.m.biLions chilel-  r. n. wlTWe paroiiIs were nut able to do  -iv.-r th'.V nurwiy in approved style,  worked la* and bought their own fit-  Ur.ss.  liver, when her speech wa-s obscure**,  by sobs there was something about  h.-r voice that showed she could, sing  high C and assert" lier right to the  crater oi the stage. It was pathetic  lo s---e a strung woman so utterly dejected,  says  the  Washington Slar.  "I want, lo set* the horrid reportei  vv-lii) wrote the contemptible piece  about my miserable suit Tor divorce,"  she siaiij, after her paroxysm ot wet-p-  ing hael  abated.  "He's om," vva.s Lhe prompt and  positive answer of the editor, who is a  humane   man.  "Can't   I  see him later?"  "Nn. He took a week's, salary and  We-nL on a.'.uc.-ai.iuu. He s_aid he wasn't  coming ba'cK till his money was all  spr-nt, anel vie don't look for him in  any  time l-.ift than six months."  ������������������Perhapti s-omebody els..* could attend  tn what I want, although 1 don't ������up- '  ptuc* tliere is any use In my asking ,'or  ju-uii.e.     It   must * have    been      pure  nvilli"..'."  "You re-for to that Item about your  dive-ire"-"'  ���������'Yes."  "WVIl. !-. -*'.*.-ms to me that you are  cx'^jdlngly unfair to the reporter.  Why. he did his best to be CJCr-.npliniin-  :.iry. N'e> Ir-ss than thre>* times he al-  Iti-I'-l   lei   yeju   a-- the   "fair  plalntiiT.' "  "V������.������. trat was very nice of him. But  read   on."  "I -leiri'i find anything tiiat Is not in  til'* same v������*in. Ife says: "Tlir; la/ly's  tc.ilet. Had evMcnOy been .en object of  mu^h car": ic was a triumph of thn  ni-.iiip.������rs" art ar.el a. monument of hc-r  cl'-srant last'- in such matt/rs.' "  'That's (he sentence:" she f-xfl-ilm-  "(1. rising to ber feet. Ilr-r Indignatb/n  dried h*r tears, aid, sha.k'ng hr;r  clenched fing(*r<- at th" tifJ-'.-ijaprr, she*  pi Id: "-^"h.it diel he- m'-an by t r->-In tr to  huinii-al" rue* in the ey������-������ of .-ill tho������j--  rp^-tat'erH" How elar������el lie* infilnnate*  lh.-it Cn" "CTimin ol.I things f wore  to that court-room are th'- best clothes  I' hav*."  ImPERi^L B_\K!,!,  ���������OF 0l\HA0A  Hoad Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve     -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Rowland, President  T.R.Merritt,~~ice Pres., (St. Catharines,  William Ramsay, Robert Jaft'ray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Staynor  Elias-Rogers;  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.  Branohes  North AVest ,-ind British Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Essex  Fergus  Gait  Ingersoll  Portage la V*~.couvei  Prairie Winnipeg  Prince Albert  Revelstoke  Ontario  Niagara Falls   ISt. Thomas  Port Colborne IToronto  RatPortiige      jWelland  - Ifuii(-l'tv 'Viilt-r.  Tn rmi> 'if the'best known of tho  r,h"iit) Italian table d'hote n-stimrants  wiiie-h Ji;u'" t.h" reputation of lielng  iKihemian i-i'se-rts. thrire Is a. vv/titr.-r  v.'hose. e-lnirnt to countihip art- said to  l-o ln<*ontP' table nnd vvhei Ii a.*( haughty  nr. a grand'"'* of f-'pain. The r'-staiinint  1? coivnc-rte-d wilh a small "hotel" o~  tbe lHjarding-hoiiS'-* typi" nnel the  waiter Is a patron nf the hote.-l. FTo  C<*ls "1 a. day and his board for waiting n,t. dinner n.nd pays J~.f.O n. week  fnr his room. Ho. .refuses, to wait on  the -jusetomrrs at l"unche*on anil Is at  that time himself it guest and isjftvalt-  etl on by a felkiw-Fervltor. He lunches  heartily and spends an iinnr or so at  the. table afterward, smoking anel sip-  ("r,g rr<l wine, and then about 4.30 he  puts on his apron and aids In settling  lb" table for dlnaier.���������Now TocV  World. ....        .. _ :  SatiltSt. Mjiric Woodstock  St, Catharines I  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 ol  America; Chicago, First National  Bank;  St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 iind upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Ijetters of Credit���������Avail  able at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, Uniled States, Rtirope,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold  Purchased  A. R  B. HEARN.  Manager Revelstoke Bpar.uh  SO   YEARS-  EXPERIENCE  Arrowhead Saw & Planing' Mills  Revelstoke Agejits:   PIPPY & WRIGHT.  THE~P10NESR 'l/IVERY���������^__T  Feed, and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District  ^^J^^?b  ________r;������c>  Saddle    and     Pack  always for hire.  Horses  l'reighling   and   Teaming  specialty.  .Daily Stage leaves Thomson's   Lending  every morning ill 7  o'clock  i'or Trout Lake (Jily.'   Fur particulars write -     *  -    ,-   CRAIG As HILLMAN, Thomson'sLandiso.'  (LIMITED LIABILITY)  COcMJIPLIX, B. 0.  Post Oie'i'io'i-;  Tiobi-oi'tAi-n"  AiiiinwiiBAii.  TO   CO.MAri-.IX.  ALL--E!NDS-ot-ROU-aH-and-DRESSE3aLUMBER.  At tlio company' storo is carried a full stock of General  Merehandi-SL*, Miners-' oupplies and Outfits at. close rates.  *  R, TAPPING, Agent, for Revelstoke.  THE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyrrno .**;nflIiiR n pkotrh nnd dMcrlptlon mny  Onlckly nnrcrtnln our opintnn frco whether nn  Invontton l"i prohnbly pntrntnblc. Communlca-  tlon������-strtctlyronfldentml. Hnndbftokon I'ntcnta  sent Trnr. 01i<"-"t ������KOnr~- for pcciirtni; (tntcntp.  Pntontd Inkcn tbroii-r>i Miimi & Co. rccelvo  tprrlnt nntlre% without chjirgo. in tli������  Scientific Hmericatt.  A hnndBomcly 111 n stmt ed weekly. I-nrpeet circulation of nny ncientifln Journal. Terms. .."������ a  .Tcnr: foar months, f 1. Sold bynll now-jdealcrF.  MUNN-SCo.36'6'03-1^'New York  JsrBDch OIHcc, 025 F St.. Washington, D. C.  AGENTS���������-lho bo.t Lifaof Her Majesty "  hive seen," writes I>ord l.orni sbont  "Jueen Victoria " Agents make* five* "nlleira  daily. OnintB fipe. THE BRADLEY-  OARRETSON CO., Limited, Toronto.  LAST  To sucui'O one of those desirable lots  Oil HAP cm tho C. to, K. Steam Navigation Company'--site. "   " .  Donfc wait till tlio boom bits tho  town in tlio spring"like a cyclone,  but 13UV NOW.  CHANCE  HAIG &ORAGE  Sole Agents.  C. ������. Paclean  ARCHITECT  and BUIL0SR  Kstinitttrs fu-nislioel. Pltni nnil speci-  ilc'iilioiis inuelc. Am also pri-pari'il to do  shop nnd .ioh vork un the Elierte������t  notico. Satisfaction ({iinrnnteicil jn  every caso.   Oall or write for terms.  Main Street      ���������       Revelstoke.  PJlIJiTHFfand  DEC0R-71T0R.  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining, Paper Hangingr.  Hard Wood Finishing, House  Painting- in all Branches,  Carriage Painting, Glazing, Ete.  L JI. FRETZ  Contraetop and Buildep.  Shop oppo-itc Imperial Bank.    -  Workmanship Guaranteed  "���������������     -Terms Cash  REVELSTOKE  I  BlacksmithinE:, Jobbinc  Pltinabins.  Pipe Fit tine  Tm9mith-.i3-.1_r  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery .Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty_.____.0rA  ROisT. GORDON  Revelstoko Stn.  itevelstoke Hospital  Maternity Boom in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs.  McKechnie   and  Jeffs, Attendants  If Vou .Have a  .Mine to Sell  or wish a company formed, or  want to  Imy a mine or shares  ��������� ���������_'...in any mine, want to invest in  .Spokane real estate or wish to  maUe a borrow, write at once to  dJlJvAES   L.   FORD   &   CO  Mine Brokers.     Mining Stocks  No. 9 Mill St., between Riverside and  Sprague, Spokane, Wash.  1 -.'I  {.i'i  s-rir~~r~~-~WT~_w~r--~~~~~  ...,������i m  I  DATE  FOR     QUEBEC    CENTRE  ELECTION'S, ^  RUSSIA STILL ON THE'GRAB  A Prominent Vancouver JVIan Dead���������  The Cotton Operatives May Go on  Strike���������Will Now Treat for Work  ���������An Insolvency Law Petitioned  For���������Weyler and the Carlists.  Via Winnipeg, Jan. 17.  "Lewis. Carroll" is dead.  l~x-M.iyor Templeton. of Vancouver  is dead.  The live-election in Quebec Centre  will lie lie:111 as follows-: Nominations  Jan. 2llh;- election. Jan. lib  A strike of the Nevv Kngland cotton  operatives is expected. "'  The Dreyfus case is likely to create a  crisis in l-'iench nIfairs.  Russia is preparing lo seize a large  portion of Northern China.  The recent. 1 iots in Havana are said  to be the icsult of conspiracy.  The British Liberals are supporting  Lord Salisbury for   bis eastern policy.  Russia autl (leriii.-iny are reported  lo ne in accord in iheir Chinese poli-  icies.  The British ens'mci'rs have decided  to treat with their employers for the  resumption of work.  Deputations fiom Montreal, Ottawa  .'ind Toronto boards tit trade on Saturday urged the Rider-il government to  pass an insolvency law.  Tlu*. Catholic .bishop" of Toronto,  Hamilton and-London, have issued a  joint pastoral on the Papal encyclical.  Gen.' Weyler is said Lo be in league  wilh the Carlists to oveithrow tho  present Spanish monarchy.  . James Thompson, of Thomson,  Codville it Co.-. Winnipeg, died yery  suddenly yesterday morning.  The Pope's encyclical .letter was  read here yesterday without comment.  I  XJKE^T BRITAIN   WILL   RETAIN  HER TRADE WITH CHINA  A CONTRADICTION  The'editor of Titi~ IlKu.u.b has ' received the'following telegram from  Major S. B.- Steele, siinerhiten.lciit  commanding D division N. W.M.P. al  Macleod. which shows that Lhe murder  recently reported from the-Crow's  Nest Pass turns out to be merely an  assault:  -*���������  '      - - - *  ���������    M.vcr.Koo, Jan. 17. ISSti.  To'tiie Editok oi" Thk IIi-~i~.vld:   '  The following lias been received  from the gold commissions s at  Fort.  '��������� Steele, B.C. re the reported murder of  Smythe. It was mutely an assault  and' the rumor had been exaggerated  ns lo the injuries. *'   '  S. B. Sti-eli-.  .-Ti'ik Hkhald is glad to know that  the information supplied to ir. as well  as to several other papers in the Terii-  toriesand British Columbia turns out  to be unfounded.  ANARCHISTS MAKE TROUBLE  Several People Seriously Injured in the  - Conflict���������General Lockart Replaced  -���������Miners Coming Back from Yukon  With   Money   to    Burn���������Manitoba  Curlers   Not  In   It  With St. Paul.  London. Jan. IS.���������Sir Michael Hicks  Hi'iich declares that, Gieat Britain vvill  it't'iin her Chinese trade even at the  cost of war.  lltOTS in i*Anis  l'.viiis, Jan. 18.���������An anti-Drevfus  ami anti-Semite* meeting held hern lust  night produced home extraordinary  scenes. An Anarchist rampant mob  carry a red Hug and shouting " Five la  Heroin/ion Sticialc," marched thiough  Llu* streets and invaded the buildings.  A light ensued between the students  and the Anarchist faction with the  result tbat; many persons were seriously injured. The Jews are utterly  panic stricken.  jV. l~OWI"ll  IN Till" IjAND  Calcutta, Jan. 17.���������General Power  will replace General Lockart in the  Afghan campaign.  TO   lll~t~l~~   HIS JOUHNKY  Ni'vv Yokic, Jan. IS.���������Gen. Booth  has left for SI. John. N.B., to begin  his tour of Canada.  3IAX1TOHA  AGAIN  I~El-*i"ATl_;D  St. Paul, Minn., Jan. IS.���������At the  boiispicl yesterday several Manitoba  rinks were beaten.  TELEGItArillC TICKS  Via Winnipeg, Jan. IS.  The widow ot Lord John Russell is  dead.  - * AIIERDEEK "WILL DECIDE.  Ottawa, Jan. 18.���������Mrs. Sternaman's  case hns heen referred to Lord Aberdeen for iinal adjudication.  The West Algoma Conservative association has been adjourned to February 2nd: ���������  WAS IT  ANl" HEE ?  Winxii'EU, Jan. 18.���������A balloon was  seen by tho night telegraph operator  at Fort William last night,  $1.000.000' IN o OLD.  Victomia. Jan." 18.���������Thirty miners  arrived at Victoria from the Yukon  with nearly one million dollars in gold.  - lMI'ltOVIXO THE  MILITIA,  Ottawa, Jan. IS.���������The militia department has finally decided to adopt  the Oliver equipment for the Canadian  militia. -������������������*?    *  "EC  THE WINNIPEGS   DEFEATED  Lord   Abeideen      approved    of   an  , orcli-i-iii-eeiuncil on Friday lasl.-ippniiit-  ' ng Francois   Langelier a judge nt'   the  Superior Court in   Quebec, i:i   place nf  Judge - Jetti'.    who   "becruii'-s -lii.-ul-  Govcriii'r of tlie pr.ivinco ol Quebec.  The Mounted Police departmental  Ottawa reci'.ivi'd on TTiiir.-dfiy last a  telegram fiom Inspector Strickland N.  W. M. P vvliei lues air ved at Vic-.oii.-i  en route for Prince Allien, where he  goes for his wite, lo take her to Lake  Tagish. where he is sia'.io.icd. He  'says that there " is no starvation in  'Dawson, although provisions will be  short in tbe spring.  J. K. EHijar, ot AVinnipeg, has returned rrtiiii the Yukon whore lu* had  -tukt'n-17-he.td_ot__bee__t_c'uttie purchased.  in Winnii.eg. He sold the heel* at  Dawson"at $ 1.25 a pound. He took  tbo cattle over the Dalton Li ail to the*  Lewes at thc'Fivo Finger rapids. There  he made a i aft and having slaui-hlered  tin' cattle* drifted .down to Dawson,  P- Burns ln-t his b.iud of cattle in th'1  Rink rapid-. Th" report, ih.ii. he nol  them through safely'was a niislaki*.  This is the trade that the North West  would be able to do to iiclv-antage if  tho overland trail was suflluienlly im-  pro\ed. The mutual benefit to the  Noith Wi'.stand to lhe mining region  would be incalculable.  An  Ottawa   despatch to   the   Free  Pi-ess" says,   that   the   government  is  likely to have a knotty problem  lo  fcolve in   the   treatment   which   they  will accord the binder twine industry  in Canada.   The duty was struck oil'  on 1st of January last, and last week a  strong  deputation    represented   that  the industry would go   to   the   wall  unless  some  protection   were    given  them.    On Thursday another deputation    representing    a    company   at  Brantford kept up hy the farmers of  that district made similar representations to Mr. Fielding and several other  members   of the   government.     The  feeling in the meantime is   that the  government can scarcely afford to go  back'to the old system in  view of the  pledge made to the farmers.  " J: King, foreman on the Crow's Nest  railway was seen by a Free Press reporter on his way ea'st to secure more  men for the contractors and lhe company in order that the construction of  the line may proceed even more rapidly than in the past.   The firstllO miles  have been completed and all the "contractors   have  proceeded   across the*  mountains and taken up  the:   second  section    of   110    miles.      Altogether  there*,   are   fifty-three sub-contractors  employed and over .",000   men.     The  rate of wages  for   laborers  has  been  increased to $1.75 per day  and  only  t~io*-c who  are adapted   to  this kind  of work  will be   engaged   in   future.  Iii any of the men  who were engaged  nt the beginning of construction   were  not railway laborers-.     Thus reports  of   dissatisfaction   wore  heard   on alt  hand*-, hut it was all due  to the cai.*-  li*s������ manner in whicli these   men   had  lie-en engaged and to the bad   weather  whicli   prevailed   for several  muni lis  last season.   Thu contractor" had not  their camps proudly fitted  up. but mi  . ou the now contracts lhe  buildings in  the camps   have   a   mole  permanent  Anthracite Coal Advances in Price���������A  Fatal Burning Accident���������Ontario  Legislature Prorogues���������The Steamer  Danube  Seized   by   Uncle   S&~.���������  ;, r The U. S.'After More Territory.  " Winnipeg," Jan. " 15.���������Word was  brought into the city yesterdav of Lhe  burning Lo death of the three year old  daughter of Mr. Tavlor, O.P.U. section  foreman at Cp'sula, east, nf Hat. Portage. The child w.is h ft alone in the  house by its mother on Thursday  evening and i1-. is thought that her  clothes rn tig lit firo fieun coming in  contact wilh the stove.  the usual commission  Ottawa, Jan. 15.���������The Government  has decided on a fixed loyalty   of 10  per  cent,   applicable   to   all    Yukon  miners.  COAL GOES Ul* IN���������NOT SMOKE���������BUT���������  New York, Jan. 15���������Tbe announcement  vvas  made  yesterday   that  the  -pricewoLAiilhriichi'- enhl_hii.s_liee.n_.  advanced from 10 lo 20 rents per too.  WINNIPEG "NOT IN  IT THIS TIME  Montreal. Ian. 15.���������The Winnippg  hockey club wa? defeated here last  night by the Victorias���������eight to two  goals.  ViaAVinnipeg Jan. 15.  Ontario has adopted an Alien Labor  Law.  The Ontario Legit-laline vvill pi'o-  rogue on .Monday.  The Black Sturgeon mine at the  Lake of the Woods has been sold.  The Lords Day bill has been withdrawn in the Ontario Legislature.  General Saussior has been appointed  commander-in-chief of the French  army.  Paris students yesterday made demonstrations against EmilbZoIa anel the  Jews,  The C.P.N. Company's steamer  Danube has been seized by the U.S.  Customs.  Russia insists that Prince George of  Greece shall he appointed Governor of  Crete.  II Civilita Catolica, of Rome, advocates the establishment of an Italian  republic.  A United States official claims jurisdiction over those parts of British  Columbia lying between the Coast  and Lake Bennett.  PUBLISHED   TWICE   A   WEEK   AT  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  IS THE BEST VALUE IN KOOTENAY  H. B. Wilson, manager of the  Molsons" bank. Calgary, arrived in  town this week and was about to proceed to the Fort Steele district with a  view to investigating the prospects in  that district foi a chartered bark. He  was accompanied bv Mr. W. C. Rhodes  of Woodstock. Ont.. who is to take the  management of one ot the new  branches about to he established in the  west by the Molsons. M. Wilson while  here received instructions to proceed  to the coast and Ml. Rhodes returned  to Calgarv for the present.���������East  Kootcn ly Miner.  A meeting of lhe executive of the  Central Liberal Association of West  Assiniboia was held at Moose Jaw on  Monday lust at which were present L.  B. Cochrane and W. T. Finlay, of  Medicine. Hal: Win. Grayson. Dr.  Tiirnluill, A. M. HitchcocK. and AV.  W. Bole, oF Moose Jaw; R. 11. Will-  liain������. and J. A. Kerr, of Regina: and  J. II. Ross, president of the Central  iVnneTiVAncc and idle Ihe employees are | association. * A resolution was adopted  more comfortable. Mr. King thinks ��������� rqupstnig AV.ilter Scott of the Regina  tl,,*bn* thi'cheapest built one- in Cm- ' Leader to undertake the duly of  mla Mr H.mov is at present in , advising the Dominion Government in  Toi-milo and Mr. Turnbull is now in | the matter ofiippomtuientsinAA estern  METHODIST CHUKCHI - Kevelstoko.  l'rca'jIiinK services at 11 a.m. and' 7:30  li.ui. Class mueliiiK al, tho close of the  niiiriiin.? service, r.-i'ihalh School and lllble  plusd at '2:30 p.m. Wockly prayer meeting  ej'.-nry Wednesday ovenini; at 7:20 p.m. The  public iiro conlinlly invited. Seata frco.   HEV. .1. A. WOOD. Pa-lor.  "~1IUKC1I op KNGhAND-St. Peter's,  ^J llovel.loki. Hours of service: Evening  pr.iyor daily at ." o'clock, l-'rielavj at ~:."0  eiiiiduys aril l''o9ilvals: Holy Communion at 8  n.in.. morniiiK prayer al 11. Sunday School  unit lllble Class nt Kin, evoking prnvtr nt 7:30.  Kir.it Sunday in llio month Holy Communion  ut morniiiK servlrri.  IT. A NIC A. FORI". Vit.-ir.  P~""8I~YT"I!1." N CIIURCH-Rcyelatoki*.  * Servico everv Sunday at 11 n_.ni. and "-M  p.m. Hth*o C'luw ut '.'::*0 p.m., lo which  Ml nre welcome, l'ruyer meeting at b p.m.  every Weeliieaeliiy.  REV. I". 11. MUIR, Pustor  IJOMAN   CATHOLIC   CJIIUKOH -Revel-  "-   stoke,     lilies  second  Sunday In  month  at lOiHOa.ni.  ���������,__ REV. FATHER PF.YTAVIN'.  Strictly in the \\/OOd  Business now. I have at the present  time about.  100 cords of good, dry  Fir and Hemlock Wood  Full ineasiire guaranteed���������prices-  right. All orders left with XV. IJ.  Pease to Co., Kevelstoke Station, or  at The Hicham" ollice will receive  prompt attention.  JAS.  C.   llUTCIllriON.  Sell 1"   _      Wood Dealer and Carter.  SB  Wood! Vvood!  f!uliranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersigned has a large supply  of Hemlock, Spruce. Fir and Pine  Wood for sale. Any person requiring  wood will kindly leave their orders  with Mi: X\'. M. Lawrence. Reqelstoke  Station, or with II. N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  17nlf  FRANK JULIAN.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call ami see us. AVe can 11 x yon  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  anadian  Pacific HiJ  ANDSC O PACIFIC LINE.  The  best and  cheapest route  from  Revelstoko to all points east, and west.  -Through     tickets     to    A'ancouver,  Winnipeg.  St.    Paul.   Chicago,   Now  York, .Montreal and Toronto.  First class dining and sleeping cars  on all trains.  Through tourist cars to St. Paul  daily, and to Toronto every Monday,  Montreal and Button on Thursday, aiid  Montreal and   Portland eyery Friday.  Purchase tickets to your destination  and have baggage chocked through.  For full information as to rates,  time, etc., applv to neatest agent, to  T. AV. liR ADSUAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  Or _to. E_._ J. COYL1",  Passenger Agent, Vancouver:  "DIb'7  Rosebery  Townsite  Changed  Hands ..  Although not much advertisiu^  has been done, Rosebery townsite,  at the head of Slocan Lake, has-  been steadily coming to the front  ������or the last three mouths.  W^at Strong Points  Rosebery Holds on  the   Slocan  Lake  Rosebery will have tin ore  sampling works in a few moiiib*,-  with a capacity of a 100 tons a day,  Rosebery is in the centre of ami  distributing point for Slocan Uity,  Sandon, Nakusp, New Denver,  Silverlou, Enterprise, Three Forks.  Concentrator-anti Cody, only 12  miles, distant from the mining  centre of the Slocan (Saudou).  Rosebery is destined to be the  concentrating point.  - *'  Rosebery is the sampler point.  Rosebery is the ship yard of tliu  Slocan.  ' Rosebery ia the only safe harbor  on the lake.  Buy Lots Now   If   You   Want   To   Mar*e.. Money.  Send at once to - the general  agent,for map's and price list or  any further" information.  A. M. Beattie,  c9tf  Cei"eral Agent.  O.R.&N.  Is the Shortest and -  Quickest Line to...  WALLACE,   FARM1XGTOX,  GARFIELD,.    OAKKSDALE,  PULLMAlV,      LEWISTON,  COELTR D'ALEXE, MINES.  DAYTOX,   WALLA WALLA.  PORTLAND,    PENDLETON,  SAX FRAXCISCO, MOSCOW,  -��������������������������������������������������������������� C-RIPPLECREEK,-  ,-,--  Tlie Canadian Pacific Steamship Company's  Steamers __\*a..ii*i> and Kootenav- leave  \rrovvhead daily for all points in Kootenay,  uiukinr connection at Nakusp for all points  on Xukiirip and Sslocan Railway, and Slocan  Ijiikc.  Close connection at Robso-i for Noison,  Knslei, lidlfour. Pilot Bay. Trail, Rossland,  Northport, and alt points south.  l-'or" full i' formation. ticVcts, maps, etc..  cult un or iiddrces  T. W. UKAI3SIIA\V.  AKCNt l.'Mvelstokc.' Or to  W. C. CAhSON.  Travelling I'.isscnxor Asent, Neleon.  ���������".J.COYLiK, Dis. I'asseiiBcr ARent, Vancouver  TIME C/\RD  Subject to change v.-iihout notice*.  Trains run on Pacific Standard Time.  READ IT.  ADVERTISE IN IT.  fiOI.ve". WKST  S:00am Leave.  i:'.X a in  P:*! a in        *    .  1:." 1 ii in " .  10.03 am ��������� .  10:1a a m  1".~8 a ni  DAILY  . ..Kaslo.  ."south Fork...  ..Sproule'r.   .v. hitevvutcr...  . Rear Like ...  . McGuiRan....  Ccdy Junction  OOISO  KA6T  Arrive ~.~~ p m  3:1", p m  2:15 p m  2:00 p in  1:18 p in  l..'������pra  1:1-2 p m  10:~*J am Arrive.... Sandon Leave l.-tOp io  COBY  USE  IjCnvo 11:00 a in S melon Arrivo 11:15 am  Arrive 11:20 a m Cody Leave 11:25 a id  AMI   ALL POINTS   EAST. OK   SOUTH.  THE ONLY  LINE   .   .  EAST  Via Salt Lake, Denver,  Omaha and Kansas City.  Steamship Tickets to   anil from  Europe and other foreign countries  Train fur the lO.ist and Portland  departs 7:1." p.m. daily. " Wallace and  Moscow accommodulion depaits 7:I'i  a.m'*. daily. Through service. Nw  delays or lay overs anywhere,  Get through tickets and further in-  foiination  of O.  It. to N. city ticket  oflice,    No.    -U10.    Riverside   .avenue,  corner Stevens St., Spokane. Wash.  J. Cami'iiki.i..  General Agent, Spokane.  W. II. llurlbiut. G. P. A.. Portland.  Wendell Maclean  IIOBKKT. HIVING  Q. F. and P. A".  GEO.F.COPELAND  ~supcilnten ect   -  charge of construction.  Assiniboia.  Spokane Falls and .Northern  .Nelson and Ft. Sfyeppapd  Red .Mountain R,,ys.  The on'y all mil rou*������������ without chinjce o  cars h.iw������n Spokane. N-erthpoit. KieglaTid  and NcUon; a'so between Holland anil  Nelson.  Wholesale  and Retail  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  f'22-tf.  DAILY      EXCEPT      SUNDAY  I.KiVi:. NOiniii'ORT -AietivE.  Kor Spokane��������� From Sootane���������  l-.SOp.m lriijpm.  For I.'O'Eland��������� From lio-oland ���������  1:10 p.m 1:10 a.m.  ForNi'lson��������� From Nelson���������  1:10 p.m lS-~Sjp.ni.  Close connections at ".'elson with steamer  for Kielo and all Kootenay Lake points.  I'assenjrcrs for Kettle River and Boundary  Creek connect ot Marcus with stage ciulv.  PATENTS  PROMPTLY SECURED  GET RICH QOTCKLY. Write to-.Hy for  onrlit-autifulillustrateelllookonl'atoiitaanel  the f.i-'-cinatin(j fctory of a poor Inventor who  made ~2.V).C������0.<.*0. Send ns a rough sketch  or model of jour invention and we will  promptly tell yon FREE if it is nevv- aud  preiliablr patentable.  KobdmbnK. Honest Service. Specl.iltr:  Toagh cases rejected in other hands anel  fureitm applications. Roforences: Honorable T. Ucrthiaunie, prop, of "La. Vrcs^e."  Honorable V. A. Ros*'*, tho leading ne-.vs-  papere. Hanks, Express (*onipanies ������c clients  in any locality. All Patents secured throuzh  our npi-ncy arc brou-jht befoie the public by  s Epts**ial notice in over 300 newHpaperi.  MAElION ft MARION. Patent Xxperts.  Temple iiuildint'.l&SSt. JamesSU,Montreal.  Tl-.e only firm of Graduate Engineers in  the Domiuion transacting patent buaiacts  cscIuUvcly,   Mentiontbispoper. Turning Over
_thc New Leaf
The opening of the New Year
eilTi'i-s an "ipporiimiiy to turn
over a new leaf, This year
you want gouils more iitlriict-
ive and np to lhe limes. W'e
will endeavor to keep everything in our line new nnd up
to date, especially in	
Drugs and Medicines
Books, Papers, Magazines
Games and Musical Goods
At.
Canada Drug &
~>Vs~"'    Book Co., Ltd.
Chas. I". M_vn.0NAi.i-i, Manager.
Revelstoke  Station, B. C.
LOCAL AND _GENERAL   NEWS
An Interesting Budget of Local, Personal
and  General  Items Round  and
About Revelstoke.
E. R. Atherton is Sandon's first
mayor.
The last issue of the IIisuai.d was
dated a day ahead of tinie in mistake.
Mr.   J.   D.   Sibbald's   condition     is
'rapidly improving, and  he   is  able  to
get up.
John Kirkup is away on a six week's
holiday trip to his home in Kempt-
ville, Ont.
"eir. A. JMcRaeand family have taken
up their quarters in the old government building.
There is gome talk of a masquerade
bull in the near future under the
auspices of the Quadrille Club.
The Rev. J. A. Wood left yesterday
for Ashcroft, where he vvill preach in
the Methodist church on Sunday.
It is stated that two AHc-toi-ia cou-
ti actors were here at tho beginning of
the week, examining the river bank.
A brother of Mr. T. E. L. Taylor is
expected to arrive from England to
take np his residence here next month.
The first car load of ore from lhe
AVaverley lelt Albert Canyon at the
beginning of the week for Swansea.
������Mr-Peiry-Leake-hns - bt?en-n way���i n-
Vaneouver this week attending the
meeting of the B. C. Association of
Mining Engineers.
A post office to be known as Arrow
I>nke has been established at the Ilal-
cyori'Hot Springs, ,-uk1 a mail carrier
has been engaged to carry the mails
between the springs and the beats.
Rev. F. A. Ford has been nolific-il by
the bishop of New AVcstiiiiiister that,
he intends" to hold an ordination in St.
Peter's church *on March Oth. The
bishop has given up bis intent inn of
visiting England for the present.
The directors and shareholders of
the Revelstoko Water. Power & Light
Co. are preparing to celchr-ite the
lirst turning on of the electric light by
a dinner at the A'ictoria on the* evening of that interesting event.
The work at the Revelstoke A\".itor,
Power & Light Co.'s power house a nil
flume is ncaring completion, and the
men are gradually being let out. The
light will he turned on curly next
week, if all goes well. :
Special service's hav** been (-(inducted every evening this week in the
.Methodist cliurcli by Rev. Mr.
Osborne of Vernon. These services
are well attended eyery night, and a
strong interest is heiug manifested
by those who attend.
Tlie celebration of the Chinese New-
Year began early on Friday morning
���with a great popping of fire errckern.
���which has been kept up ever since
���with intervals. The Chinese year
lieing a lunar one. the celebration
varies as to date each year. In i eality
the new moon made its appearance at
25 minutes past 2 o'clock this morning.
A very handsome maiitlepicce has
just been completed for Jlr. F. Van-
dall's new resilience*. The mantle lias
three mirror*" in it, one 18x24 and the
other two 12x18. The whole effect is
very artistic and the mantle is considered fot design and finish to be the
finest in town. It was built by A. E.
Clarke, of Woodstock, N. 11.
Mr. llowilt lloslurk. M.P., lias left
lur Ottawa. i
Mr. J, li. Cr.'iham is away on a visit
lo the ccinst.
Tlie dull! fixed for the next county
court is March '-Slid.
Everybody is glad to see Mr. R. Ml-
Ijcaii back again to duty in llie po.-t
omce.
Mr. nnd Mrs. .). Forster will reiimve
their place! nl" residence to lCaiiiluops
next week.
Turn Forrest, the popular proprietor
of the Forrest House, Ihinalil. was in
town on Wednesday.
C. W. McMillan, the manager of Ihe
Calgary Urcwery, vvas on a business
visit to town yesterday.
Mr. Thus, llillier, ciinlraclor, is
opening up a Hour nnil feed store in
Tapping's block at the station.
"'he Rev. Mr. Osborne, of Ashc-rnfl.
vvill occupy lho pulpit both morning
and evening in the Methodist church
tomorrow.
The Harris ter'-. Room at the top of
lhe stairs in the new government
building, has been assigned to llie
hoard tit* trade.
Fourteen car.*-of hay have just been
purchased by O. 13. IInine *" Co. at
SpiHiiiiarhecn. and a carload or lwo is
aariviug every day.
The special services in the Methodist,
church will be continued next week.
Rev. Mr. Osborne will conduct, tbein.
Both attendance and results are very
encouraging.
Parties going to the Yukon will
have to purchase their licenses in
either A'ancouver or A'ictoria. They
vvill not be able to purchase licenses
up mirth.
Prof. G. AV. Payne, Phrenologist,
Physiognomist and Physiologist vvill
give a grand variety entertainment in
Peterson's Hall tonight and Monday
night.
The Conservative association met
last night, and passed the by-laws and
constitution. The date of the ami mil
meeting was fixed for the third Friday
in February.
Mr. tingliettii, a well known Kam-
lnops storekeeper, is missing and his
prolonged absence is causing anxiety.
He left, Kaiuluops some tunc- ago to go
to the coast arid has not been heard of
since. 0
The B. 0. Review published in"'London, thinks it possible that changed
(-(liiditions this, year in transportation
and smelting will enable, the Lillooet
and Fraser River people to overcome
its difficulties.
The petition for incorporation has
been signed by almost everyone in
town lhat-could be seen. A meeting
of the commit tee. was proposed For
this afternoon, to make tin* last nr-
r.iiigi'ine'iils before forwarding the
petition to Lhe. government.
The gospel services in the Methodist
church liuitiirriivv promise to be uf a
most interesting nature. The Rev.
Mr. Osborne*, who is an excellent
speaker and singer, vvill take charge,
and Mr. and Mrs. Melviile with tin*
"I iter p~ut I'd "I 1 lit i n a���w i I i���a I yrr-bc- presrn i-
GOLD OH LARDEAU CREEK
A WRONG INFERENCE
_.       ~   _..,,,     T, l    .i.    t_> The l~|-vi"i_~>T(_eiii" Hi~iiAi.li i.-iiisually
Over $4 to the the Pan up to  the  Pre- i . . *"
" 'a   clear-sighted   and    straight forward
sent-Saturday's Operations Resulted j pili,H<-.-Ui.in. It, i, to be cb.s-cil among
in Handsome Returns���Au Account j (lie really good newspapers uf the
of the Gold Already Taken Out and I Koolenay district. Hut, in lis desire
Valued i l" SL,"'C> ������' '"I- last, week it lost sight  of
! one particular point that ought Iohave
been plainly appa'et.t to llu* least dis.
eci'iiing of newspaper men. Il, quotes
the.just I'limplahil. of The Times that
tlio ".Iiibiiiiie-euin-liilelii s" ai.el "no
ai counts" aiming the journalistic fr i-
tei-nily, who have never met Mr.
Kellie, are belittling thai gentleman
because it, has hei-onie fashionable lo
do so. Admitting all lhis, the 11 Uit-
Al.n says:
������Hill, afler all the. worst rub coiiick
from The Times ilse-ll, when in a previous issue it slated that, 'lhere is little
el. mi I it tbat, Mr. Kellie has- aspirations
towards the remunerative posL of
gold cciiiimissiiiiier for lhe. mirth riding.'"
If the Il.-lt.v-i.l) had exeicised a little
of the discrimination we have always
given it, c-reelil. fur. it would have seen
thai the paragraph from which Ibis
������worst rub" vvas taken vvas not the
I'ditori.'.l opinion of The Times. IJ. was
one of several paragraphs ccmtribuled
by an occasional correspondent under
the heading of ������Float." The opinions
fur which the editor of The Times is
responsible are always published in
theeditori.il columns tin the second
page, which usage is generally understood by newspaper men. Furthermore, the editor of The Times knew
that Mr. Kellie had the refusal of the
gold comiuissionersliip long ago. The.
lli"UAi-l* .is "barking up the wrong
tre."'���Rossland Times.
TERRITORIAL
On Saturday last, there vvas great
excitement, in Trout Lake Oily when
lhe results of a cleanup of some mii-
fatv gravel vvas made known. From
a lilt le over a yard uf dirt ijiSl in gu'd
was received, Ore of the miggels
when weighed was found tube vvnrilia
fraction over "." and none of the gold
was any liner than a large pin head.
Altogether since sluicing has commenced over .-"ll" has liceti taken tit.t.
and "'>:*.~l of this amount vvas picked
up while trenching across Ihe creek-
bed and during panning operations
for purposes of testing the gravel.
On Friday last Capt. Johnson, the
fiiremiin iu charge, panned some of I I.e
dirt, being shovelled into the sluice
boxes and received the astonishing
results uf $7.10 to Llie single pan. And
mi the day previous while working
in the trehch he picked up gold from
���inning tin* gravel to the amount, of SI.
The boys arc most enlhiisiastic over
tlmii prospects and their late success
lias stimulated them to renewed exertions.���Trout Lake Topic.
THOMSON'S   LANDING
Ball at the Prospector's Exchange���A
Lively Goat���A Bi-weekly Mail Contracted For���The Silver Cup Producing Increasing Quantities of Gold.
l'rom Otii* Own Correspondent.
Thomson's- Landing, Jan. 18.���Last
Thursday evening Mr. T. W. Grahame
of the Prospector's Exchange gave the
most, successful balls ever held at the
Landing. A larger number attended
from Trout Lake, Comaplix and Arrowhead, there being over 100 present.
One of the most pleasing features was
the large atlendanc-e of the fair sex.
At former balls the. ladies used to be
rather scarce, but all this is changed
now.
The Forresters of Trout Lako have
the reputation of keeping a very fi actions goat in their court room. A
cowboy from the Landing who went
over to ride him the other uighL took
a, big spur in his pocket, lie seems to
be badly shook up ever since and says
anyone who de:.ires. can ride Lhat
goal,   and   hi*    intends    to     stick     Lo
broncho-, from this time f'irvvard.
o
Messrs. Craig to Hillman have seenr-
i*d (lie contnet for the mail service
dining the winter. We are to have a
:i bi-weekly service to Lhe Landing
and Trout. Lake.
The Ivootcnay Lumber Cos. steamer
Archer is still running between Arrowhead and the; Landing.
Cur store keeper is   kicking   because       Tile   Colonist   notes several prmuiii
the wholesale stores, have no!  lilled his   enL newspaper mei:   of   tin*, province
orders promptly, for in case il    fi xes \ Cotton    of   the   Ne'.vs-Ailverl.iser. Mi-
up a.- ir mav (hv  any  day.   he   will   in-1 Lagan   of   the.   World.   Carley of tlie
short of ."onu; articles. j Nelson   Economist, and At kin.-, of lhe
Large quantities of nre are lit-inji j ICoi-.tiMiiiy Mail celebrating the. O'.ii-
han'.ed into the Landing. Some of thej uese New A'ear in the capital. As uiir
millers expi-et fi-om I h.-appcaiance of ! *'���' teemed remarked sonic lime ago,
things at the Silver Cup that she vv ill j Victoria is ce-ei.r.itecl for ils inst.
mini* -vvlii-i'.   vrre.iter!-.inep'is _ro!d cure establishment.
r
. B. VEbbS
Successor to GILKER & WELLS
Agent for the Bllckensderfer
Typewriter
Dealer in Hats, Gaps. Boots,
Shoes, Gents' Furnishings. Stationery,
Patent Medicines. Tobaccos and Cigars.
Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fruits, Etc.
POST OFFICE STORE,
REVELSTOKE,  B. C.
For Sale
i-'ivc'-riieiiiie' I  liniis|. ii.-.- .sale.
Drew, lii'vel-tnlei!   tut inn.
Apply:
''.. r
rjj.iiit
LOST
Oil Tl.-.M-.-et'lv tin   lieill^lll-e   :'t
'I'ilC lill'-li.T \\ ill    lie   Vl!\. I'.l'.tl-li
this cillie-i'.
ii  jrol.l   bundle,
u   ret ii i-lii lij4   p
It
Items from the Ranching Country on the
Other Side of the Rockies.
��� Premier Hauitain of the North west
Territories states lhat his government
, vvill seiid mil a exploratory expedition
this spring to Peace River,where then*
is not. only t,old. but valuable forests
and immense tracts of .line farming
and grazing hinds.
Kootenay, according to M. Mc-Kin-
non, a cattle dealer doing an extensive
business at Calgary, N. AV. T.. and
now visiting Montreal, is a very profitable market I'eir Alberla. From ~i'>')
to 000 head of cattle go into British
Columbia every week from Alberta,
and tliis average is I'or llie whole year.
Lately iL has been rising steadily.���,
oilvertouiaii.
A. N. S11ITH,
Baker���
and...
Confectioner
Xmas Cakes a Specialty
.���.y^et
���(ffl-~~==
���.i"-~l
Orders Delivered Promptly
OATS!
A   carload    of   OATS
just unloaded   at  our
warehouse.   Leave
orders early.
Looks Like War.
Picivl.v, Jan. 21.���'Phi; war situation
is growing complicated. China is
hovering between Russia and Great
Britain. ICngland's army and navy
are in readiness.
The   Holidays
are over
But we must keep on doing a
holiday ti.-ide in order to meet-
cniiim.inds. To enable us lo do
I his our prices on Groceries,
('onl'ecliotiery, Flour. Feed. Hay.
Potatoes, I'jlc, have been reduced
to the lowest, ncilch. AVe ensure
prompt, mid careful delivery, and
. give" careful attention to mail
orders.    Terms:    Cash cm the 1st
', of every month. ���
Hutchison & Co.
The Popular Grocers.
J. Harris & Go.,
Calgary, Alta.
���AM"   OI'-vMiHS  IN
iD,
HAY
To My Numerous Patrons-
l extend my sincere good wishes for a Bright and
Prosperous New- Vear, iami take this opportunity, of
thanking yuu for your liberal patronage, which has
been such as to warrant my securing fur tbe spring and
summer trade of 1S0S a larger and more complete stock
of Shelf and .Heavy Hani ware than has ever been
shewn in Kevelstoke.
/^*7i-7V1_L-____b
_W. M. Lawrence,
Cash   plliel   fl.r  I'lU'S.
Mini1-.-..' anel i'rospee-tors' Tools n fc-pe'eiulty.
Also u fuil lino ol .Mine Supplies.
Hardware and Tlnsmithing.
Gtirney's Heating and Cook Stoves.
Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
and Chopped Feed.
iirloneis .s.iippc'i on Mimri noiiee.
i.'eirrospir.i'lc'i-.i'c soii'-iieil. r.lji'.n
\lit-
r-.!,l_
Evervboily vvill be made welcome.
~ A few copies of Gostiell's A'ear
Book of British Columbia on sale at j
the Canada Drug and Book store. Tin-;
book is full of information of every ,
kind about this province, profusely  il-.
ith   i.-  .-it tamed
sue  amount.
i goiei inei-ciSes with ih-pli
rate map of the Yukon district. Everybody should have a copy.
Captain Gore, late  of the  cremated !
ihi-
ditional sin render of  lh,* f-lons.
���itter   tii-i.le    tb"   eh-marid    Ih.
red nee   their ail verli-ing rales 1
or they (i he .-lures, vvi.iid
���hj.i-i.    In   .nlvi-itise.      The    tight    hi*.
i
I stirred up I h** I'eiiimiiinil jv-'icatlv,  llie.
i result h"irig   that,  tb**   M..ii'-' vv-i-n- almost   feir-iki'ii    by    liiiyer-*,    and    tlie.
s h.iel to -in render or go em' '
liu-iiii'���.      Tin1  labor nnii-iis "nave.
Last night Lhe   10   o'cioe-k   street car J [,,.i,i i,-,..,..; \,VJr .ifter mcei'ng to e null ivc ,
sleigh upset at lhe lop of the hill, and j pl.,ns to spre-.ul the agitation ainl keep!
the shock sent one of the passenger-., a j ,iu,   p,.of)|,.   ;UVay   from   the   depart-:
young   Englishman,   just,   arrived   in I ,,,,,,ll:li stor-s. ;
town, into an   epileptic   fit.      It toeik        Al a late hour last  night   tIn* news-!
Mr. G. F  Curtis arrived   lliis  morning f:-( i:i Vancouver in take charge e.f
 ~-      - i Lhe McD.-ivvi-ll-Atkins-Watson   branch
The Navvspapcr-Store Duel {storo em Station road.     Mr. Geo.  Mal-
niche.vcnlt;i,-,'-*':,mli-m'i!>';1''-
IK-K.mll.'1-^'   fw    fc*""--"*-I-
'. obtain b'-Ilcr ediic.iLiun.il   advantages
-.      , s*
for bis ' hililien. During his Slav- here
Mr. aiid .Mt .. M.illi'iy have niadi* nimi-
i,inii-,   fi i  nd-,    who   will regret   their
Dbnvkr. Col., Jan. 2-').���Tl
1" the i.'--vv-spapers of Denver
ivs ago
was "uded   la-t   night    bv
eaving  on   Tnes-
wh en*    lui   can
steamer Nakusp has   'ueeii   appointed ; Jl,'l'c',s    c<
port captain of C.P.R.'sKiiuteiiay fleet. '."''" ''"'' '[""''
(j'aptain Troup having been traii-fcnvd
t.-i coast service.    Captain Gene, is   one
��� if the best men that ever held a wheel j
and his friends are ple-ased at his  pro- j
million.���New Denver Ledge*. '< l""!"'1
d-'p.ilt Hi <:
     ���
~~
V"
ot 5a
le "
._,
..
\   V.i\y,
fl
IM I    V
,-,i i-ei'i.
i.e-
'iiLiin
r;,^in\,ni'l
tf-- -, ;vi ;.
" f>
��� " ������- !���
r,    'I'..
.'i*
r>L jt
���it" .it tii"
f-i��!i      A;
r   T,
���   ���; *i i
I'ri'
'-���r.j.:.i
ii. '
-��.     '1
������rill-. s;,..I
ll'j.uf
.    4'
1 ��    _^_7
2*1?"
tj-^"
0',..'
"e             V",v
��� Ut v.'*7-
'ivA--*~~-' :
_?���-���)����$*'��� 7.
'/r'^t
*_.-~~'.'l
..���������/,.
**���
-s.
. ".'.- *
���Hi.-1.-a
A Shave
A Haircut
A Bith
, Srcokhig; Tobacco
Chevving Tobacco
Choicest Cigars
Big Assortment	
Confectionery. Fruits, Etc.
Tou3o.i.vl e^riisr.,
I-'kunt Stiibkt, Kr.VKi.vniKi:.
-TIN   SHOP.
h. -w-. -"ro-a-Mrjft-isrs, ~?bopbi~_tob-.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, No.  t6s3.
""e'Kulii- in <.ti'i|j-.j nre lie'il in lh-
-SS?-!^ r)*''1 ('""vv-'  11.11 ontl'.u si'i'ii .i   'nil
ff��ir" fourth XV. eliu ilnj-a of euch iiion'h nt
'"Si,1���0  7::i'iiin.   Vi-it.inubi'Ollireii u^iiiiiill)-
eSire."7- inviie l.
E. Adair, W.M.        T. J. Grahara. R. '
M'iioi.k-'ali: and lt;:r.vi:. li.:.i..i:_{ in-
Prime Beef. Pork, MuUou,
Sausage
four ineii to get him up tei the', hospital. He was one of a partv- of four
who came into town yesterday and
registered at, the Hotel Be'vel-loke, intending to go'sonth this morning.
Archibald Campbell, a timekeeper
on the Crow's Nest railway, died at
Crow's Nest lake last Thursday from
the: effects of an overdose of morphine.
He* swallowed nine pills nnd never
awoke from the deep sleep that followed. It is supposed to be a case of
suicide, as he vvas in the habit of taking morphine , pills. His body was
.shipped to Port Sanfield for iiilerineut.
���Golden Miner.
"In Brewery crc'ik, a li Unitary r.f
the* famous Wildhorse cieek, we think
we have a Klondike of our own in the
Fort Steele country,*' s-iid IL. O. Jen-
ning.'. yesterday. "The creek i.s about
10 miles long. I hold a lease of a mile
of the creek. AVe were down 27 foe-1.
and were getting coarse gold, some
pieces weighing as much as 2~i t-e-nts,
when we were driven out by water. I
had two steam pumps at work raising
2,00!) gallons a minute, but tbey were!
lint suflie-ient.    lam  here   now   tei
p.ip.'i- olllces W'-re visited by a lepri-'-i
si-illative, from each stei:.'. Tliey ���
acknowledged that they vv.-re beaten. '���
anil state-et tbat tbey would iv-',mi"i
their a-.lvei tising cont r.icts as S'lon as;
iirrangeiiii ills could he made. I
I-R( J VI Nt 'IA L  SKf.'H KTA11VS
OFFiCr".
;.u<-rn
riiil:-' i!
��� ���i.i.'it'
'���  f--.ll��.
,i-
r   Im.
point-
v\::i:^,-.   f���
Fish and Cam-: in Season
Mnrlii'li   nl    Iti'vi'l'ilDkc,   lli'vul-ldleu  Stiitlini,
Xiiicus'i.'front I.ulic City nail l-'orgiiJion.
���jntr
ELLIS & GROGAN,
Insurance, Commission and Mining
Erokers.
Api'nls f.n- tlie ciueon  ri.'C  fiisvii-jiiicc Co., ni
Anii'rii'ii. ���
UepriLsemeel by W. Morris, Uevelsto'ie.        f.ui.f
-.^ --^-NOTICF.   -	
VJOTK'lOi- lioreliy Kivcn (hut tliirtv iliivs
'^ nlti'i-ilnte 1 w ill apply tn (lie Slipi'luliiii-v
Miiitinlrniu rm- the Nnrtli Uielins; nf West Kiiiii-
eiiuy Iiii* pi'rmi.shiein to tiieii-fer inv lieiiien*
liel-lls'e In \V. 11. I'eieil.
r..\IIIIAICA CIj.UIK.
Itcvi'I-tnki'. Po.-*. "Jltii. IS'.*..
NOTICE.
r-'.r
Nit.J."-- is I>frfl>v K'iMiii llml n*-p) teal ion
���.ii ll h ��� nindu to nit* I.t~-_ii** hit ivc /^-uinbly uf
llK'l-ruw:-'-��� ������! I tr* ti-sii I'nlunW.m, ut it-, iic;;i
.J ���i'ni. f-ir mi ii'". (���> in< i>r,p.T.��.ir a ftini[.:iny
w :'ii fitter io --oil-! i" lift. e.pii|-i (i^tinii's h\ an).
km*! "7 I. iiii!.** uf niutn .-   |iiiwlt, unil   :i::lintiiiii
CrovT-'s Nest Coal Company
me covv-s Nest P.lh,^��^^, CERTlFiGATE OF IMPROVEMENTS j ji;;;
has given out f.r.ler.-
machii.eiy in Montreal. Toronto anel
elsewhere, lo the: value of ~JI01.f."XI;
while the tmiipaiiy will erect, abuul
lifty bee-hive coking ovens at. Coal
Creek for the purpose- eif supplying
ihe article to the pi opose-d   siii'-ller   .it
r'i,
I'KI.
'vv'.-i' _���-,...
IV.-1I2 II I.i
\-i*r  i'ti.v ;
T'.ii .run.iiiry, Ie-0
r��>   i'.i i'..:i,   ni    :i.e.-    I.i-.e ii
;.-,-tJ,r     i.-.'i. r     lie,    ��� ..." '_]
. .-nnil -'I-ij; .VI,-' i.tel IJ.-f.-i:> j .���,(!���.; u -t...|.!ur<l ..r niiri-.i-.v f-iui^i' ruil-.i hv for
��� i Jiu:it> f .nr: e.i Ke.oteimv I th,; i,ur|.'i��. .,f _-i.iiv>-vui'; iik-si-iu'it. 'iiihI
-t-.i.e*, ..'���- 'n���:._nel; I'm-i-r, ; fi-<-i,;li'l, liit-luiliiii' nil k'iu.Js (.[ iiii-ri-liniiili-i*,
'-���'.��� V'lr.ll . froin u piiint nt e.r lle-nr Illi'Jrlteili nil llie Ske-eilil
 . j river. ( ei-.liir   lil.-trii-l,   llriti-eli   reilumliiii, by
l tie- r.i'i-t .lire-el nnil le'euii.'.- i-.int.- tei ii poiute.ii
(jiniiiei-ii  river, ('iis-iiir  ill--ti-ie,t,   llriti^h
linitiin. uri'l from  llirre t<i  a   point em the
e- fi-.e-r, v-.-ith  peiwc-r In e-e.iistriic-t, eejuip.
iit.-.eiii'l   n.iilntaia   l.riuii-h   liiu-^   nml all
"-m'y      r.ieii'J.      I.riiltrei^,     vveiys,     ferries.
-.-i'71'i*.' V'i-'i'1'a:. f'f.Ai'.' ; '*-''^.'V'-'i ele.(-ku ni'.l '.'onl  liiinlei-r.-;   nitet with
"     *' . *.'. .ut :o iiiill.l, nu n, i-.piiie, np.-rn'e inul niiiin-
I.ee-in'-'.u'-r -Iirmi*.'  Illvl-I'.r, e.f' l,iia  -t'-iirn  ,mel  e.lh��>r  -.i-Jsel- tin-I liei.et-.; nnel
-nnv  111.'..-''.!..    'A h, r..- io'-nfeil: I -.ill!, (..ui-r in huilel eejuip, ..pj'rlatc* Mini iniiiii-
the-rii- <-.. i'.-:Hii).i uj.e.ii  th*- si!-i Liin fe-h-.-riiph euiil tete-ii.'.i.ne lines in e-oniiee'
I', ii
.VOTic'K.
l���:
NOTICE.
Notice i-e hereby (���!veil tlmt iipplinition will
!���..* inii'le in the l,....;i-,l;ulve asmiuiIiIv e.f llu.
l'r.>viii.'i>iif I'.ritij-.i I'dIiiiiiIiIii. nl lis next .-a>-
slnii, lor a I'l-iviite I'.ill Ln liii'orponite u iitiii-
way ii'.ul Coloiii/.iitioa IVmiuiuv io h',ii|.|,e-i|iiip.
iiiiuntaiii unil iipi-rnM ii iiiie'iii'lines nf mil-
vii'.y fi-iiin .some point iu or neni- llie hcinl of
.s'le.iiiibeuit iiavigtvtlevn ou tl-.e skeeim Itlvt-r;
tlienre hy the inn-t n-i'.sihli. route in u point mi
e.r u-'iir tin* Vi'llmv lii'iul i'lise.ni- in the nlter.
iintlve to Mime point on tlie i-aMeni lioiuielnt-v
nf the I'l-nviiice of ISriti.-li Coluniblii In-vmiv eif
llie I'liivsnip Itiver. ivith pniver I.) e.\te;iiel 'llie
siilei line- from the miii-iIhk poiul ilovin In tlu-
meiilli of llie miIiI sKei'iiu llivei-; nntl nl-o t��
millieirise nnil i'iii|.iiv.t>i' the iMiuipunv to luiijil
Irnin Limit! to lime lii-nneli lines tii fiiriuin^
hiiii!" nml lo f>re>ii]is of mines nnel eeiiii-eutrM-
I lor., from nny ol lhe nhove men:iimeil lines ,,f
riiilvviiyi, siii-Ii brnni-li lines not lo evteeel
thirty mile's in UmisiIi',- Willi |.i.vvur I" bnilii
H'It'];.'ii]i1i mnl telephone lines, nnel lo e,.n|p
inul nperr.te tlie siiiel r.iihvnv nnei its brandies,
nnil to erect nnel iiniiiiliiin till nece-.i!:-..- vvnrk.
for th" i_-ener.ition nml triuisuiissinn eu't'lee-lri.
city eir po\ve!r Willi in tile eu-enof tlie operatioi^
en" Ihe snid l*ninpniiv-. nnel power In Intilel.
mninliiiu nml opernte wlmrves, eloe-k.-. nnei
*-tearnt'lulls, Mivv-mills, anel tie-etnire water privi-
il-^fs,   to   e'elllsli-ui'L eiiim-', fiumes, ete'., fell'   im.
pre.vin.f ati'I  i:ieii',--ii-.i'i'/ .tie winer |.riviii':'i",
nml     tn    uiiike    tniflii'   or    eitiier    iirriingi:.
iiients wiih rail-.Miv... :.K..imii(,iii. .1,- .,i11t j-   ,,
panie-s. mnl  fin- nil  ..ih.-r iisiml mnl neee.ssni-
piiwe:-.-. rlghtMir priv ile_;e^ fnr (lie  pnr{iejse ol
a railway mnl e-eiloni/ntii.li t-oi!rtiiiiiy.
noi)\\-i:r.r.. invixn .t: iiuit.
Solie-iteirs for .Vpplii'mils.
1 ielorin, n. C, "iiii ".'oveiiii.ei-, A.p. ]8U7.
iiei- I lit vv
Tf you  want employment, ��� v
looking for a house to rent
when you reach A'aiiciiiiver'
apply to the
Vancouver Employment and
House Renting Agency.
SH Ua-slings'st., West.
Harry Edwards,
Taxidermist
Third   Sireel,  just  east   or   the
.    - --"-._ School Hou3��. __.  .
Deer llciiila. Hints nud Animals, etc., jircserveel
nml mciinitc", .Mnil Order* liromptly
iitteiiilcil to. 8illm
Photographs, Cards,
Fancy Goods, Japanese Ware and Bric-a
Brae in endless variety.
See our performing
Butterflies.
ENGLISH   TOBACCOS,
SMOKER'S
REQUISITES.
Cigars in small boxes cf 25  each.
0. -I. AftAN
Itevelstoke Station.
Notice
I
nil e Lilm, ;i
thni   I, V.
Xotiee ishereliy Kivi'ii Hint application will
he   mnile lo the Lciii-liitivc  Assemble nf tlie
, proiini'e e.f Uritisii  t'nliiiiilii/i nt it.s ibM pes
sinn for em Ait 10 inieirpnrnle  I he Mountain
Tramway mnl   Kleetrie- iJotupmiv, v.iiii powtir
to   eonstrue t. n..|iiire   nnel   operate ro| cn-nv_-
1 nii'I   tramways,  fnr lrim-tiorlHIioii   of  insight
, .     ��� . ,        ,      ���        .   , , } .nun   iie.int.. 1-111 nr near the  Niilillsti A- Slnenn
1  win.  K..XI   mi!��uy nml  bramilii's. mnl to I 1:���ji��ny mi'l hiniie-lies tiiereof te. mines in!!
lh.-
,,'.l"^m,,,.aH; I i;^_'| '^U.^rn"\^ K Ilf'l.iiiu' u!"\^ ' 5"..1.".���.1..l'"1.'."."...'.��  ��>.�� X�����>*�� <*W ����*
.���il electric coal cutting in.ichiia-ry will
be started in the Pass mines.
down   tula v and  t he
Th" wires are
RViige'fI,V''aiic'lili(ii��Vil   punip7.-'-'.sii'i',kc'J"! -Ikhai.Ii if* '" C'im.-ee|Mciici' without its
maii-Bevii'vy, I 11 u.i! telegraphic set vice,
R.    HULL    fie    CO.,
Sllevi-s or., tl illll   Ill-US. ."   C'o..
Butclmrienncl '.Vlioleifiilo nnel I~c*,!vl De*aierH
in Ueif, foik. t> tc.
K.M/iLOOl-'S   aeil   nEVELSTOXE.
All cr-lii'd in uiir line ]' oinptly  Idle.!.
over   any   of   surh   roaels   built    hv' the i of' sue'h
mpniiy,   whether  built   bi.-fore or after Iiie'I,
,.  , --   ��� .. anel to elispose
iiuni. light mnl clee-tric-iiy; 11111I to ne--
I*.li|iWKI.I. A   DITF, I     I'AVl*", MARsUXLI.. MACVEILLi \BI��OTT,
. .-.ors ir-r the .'.-'i *,:c.i-.i:-. I ~'-~01 -"..'iieito-:-; for arpllcsnts.        I
FURS
JASJcMLLAMCO.
iNcon_��onATco.
EXPORTERS AND IMPORTERS.
200-212 First Ave. north,
ivyiirMNeEA~=~oL.is,   minim.
Branch: 55 wharf si., VICTORIA, B. C.
J. A. BROWNE. m��ha��cii.
i-^-Shipmcnts Solicited. Write for Circular.
-.- -fc--.-V��-_rr-.-_
____&

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xrevherald.1-0186908/manifest

Comment

Related Items