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 . )  .,' ^"  7   <..,-^ ������-"-? ��������� ^-t.  vj>  V  /  -ISSTJE3D   TWIOE-A-WEEK - WBEUESDAYS    -A-IfcTID    _3_-___DTT:R:D.A..5rS-  Vol.  II.     No.   66.  REVELSTOKE, B. C._  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,  1898.  $2.00 a  Year  in Advance;  1 A  I Hudson's Bay |  I    Company   I  [iNrar.roRATrn l _7U y  The   Most   Up-to-Pate   Outfitters E  in Western Canada. ft  Intending Prospector-! should write us v?.  for one of our new Folders, which V  contains an excellent Map and an RL  estimate of tlio probable cost of'a }?���������  complete outfit for llie Gold Fields. .7,  Hudson's Bay Stores,     ft.  Calgary.  Caloarv, Feb. 1   ISSS.  Haig;  &  Grage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for. .  Revelstoke  ~^-; Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  'WHITE & SCOTT,  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries[Public, &c.  Solicitor for Imperial Tlnr.k of ("nnadn.  Frost Str_-T, Hkvelstoke, B.C.  Monev to Loan.  "W. White, Q.C. J.M.Scott. B.A..LL.B.  JAMES  MURPHY,'B.A.,  Barrister, Solicitor," Etc....  .,  ~        Oflice:   Cowen Block.   P.O. Ilox 198.  Third St., Revelstoke. B.C.  HARVEY   &    M-CARTER,  Barristers.   Solicitoi s,    Etc.  Companv funds to loan at 8 per cent.  Offices:   -Molsons Hank Illork.  Third Street. Revelstoke Station, -B. C.  ROBERT SAMSON'  Wood Deaier and Drayman.  Praying and delivery worknspceia'ty.   Team-,-  al\\ _v. reft.lv 011 sl-.orlc-t notice.   Contracts for  jobbing taken.   ������"S~~.".gont  for the Standard  . Oil Company.  _MONEYJ_0-LOAN__= ,___.   We have 11 large sum cf private funds on  hand to loin on roal estate seeuiity, at  lowest rates.  White & Scott,  Barrister*, Et".,  ro tf - I" evolstole, I). C.  For Sale at a Bargain  One good extension t-ibl., two pretty toilet  sets, one child's eollsrsib1!' rot with i.-inttrass  one new (I.nwreur-V; nir-11-ht heater, t������o new  mattrosse.. 2"! lengths new slove pipe and I  indestructible 1'll.ous one " hood " for stove,  used a month, Lr.ivr.inre'- make.  Apply at the Herald oRieo.  For Sale  , . 1.���������llusinoss  lots   on Campbell Avenue.   A  snap for cn -i.  2.���������A lot In tho centre of the business part oi  Mackenzie Avenue. "SCO in cash and liable to  go up in price before long.  3.���������Business lot*. ~0 foot front, on First St.,  between lho two b:ink������. "'ome of the choice-t  business properly on the market.  4.���������Four lots nt the corner of Third Street  and Cnmpfcpll A venue���������a good location.  5.���������Two lots ncarlv opposite Samson's re _-  -cnee 011 Third StVct, "l.V) each. Nice lots  and a bnrgnln for residential purposes.  6.���������A large frame two-storey residence, just  erected on Second Sncet, two minutes walk  from C. P. R. R01111dhou.se. plastered inside,  fence, verandah. Price ?l._00. on easy term".  - 7.���������Corner lot, next Kcvolstoke Postofiicc,  Front Street.   {".JOcash.   A bnreuln.  8.���������Two-roomed shack to vent on First street,  near our ofHce.   (6 per month.  Straight loans- nn real propprtv round the  centre of the busine" part of the upper town.  Ko red tape, formalities or delay.  Apply to  Grogan & Co.  Application for Transfer.  Take notice that the undersigned, SO day's  after date, intend to applv to the Stipendiary  Magistrate for the Itevelstoke riding of West  Rootenay, for 11 transfer of the hotel license for  the sale of liquor bv retail, now held by John  II. Skogstrom to the names of XV. .1. White nnd  J. A. Emerson.  ���������WHITE  "fe EMERSON.  Dated at Albert Canyon this 2nd dav of Sept.  1898. o sept7 lm  Liquor License  Take notice, thnt I, the undersigned, intend  'oapoly SO da>������ afler date to the Stipendiary  Maglstratcof the Kevelstoke Riding of West  'Cootenay for n license to sell liquor~by retail  -.1 iny hotel, situate on the Waverley wnggon  .-oad, ten miles north of Albert Oanvon.  ROBERT Pj-TTERSON.  Revelstoke, August 1st, 189b.  Notice  Notice Is hereby given that I have applied to  lho Honorable tho Chief Commissioner of  -.nndi and Works for 11 special lli-cnse to cut  nnd carry away timber from the follow Ing described lands, situate In the district of West  ___ootenny: On the en������t side of Upper j\rrow  Lake ntl'nlcna llay, about seven milei southeast of Arrowhead, romim-nelng at a-post at  -.be northwest corner, about live ehiilns south-  .'Rit of the mouth of Iierp Creek nnd mnrked  'C. II. M. N.W. J"o������t," tlience running south  ,_i5 chains, thence ea.it 80 chains, thence north  2~ chains. Umiicc west bo chains to point of  ominencement.  ���������  0. II. MacisTOSlt.  KOEElnnd, B. C, August 23rd, l!>98.  C. B. Hume  HAVE RECEIVED SEVERAL  CAELOADS^OF  Staple Groceries,  Flour and Feed,  j\nd arc in a position to quote  PRICES   that are  hound to sell.  Full Lines of Hardware  Full Lines of Crockery  Prospectors!   Miners  Come and see what we've got in your  line. We. make a specialty of this trade,  and can.fit you out quickly and at right  prices.  ������3ff~-.\geiits for  .*���������  is? Indian Tea  .Cmjuxtu*- Aanourttof (Vii  :"*___?__^Ji___>_?_&&_9_'������-Maim*'-_���������*>������-n e~~rnx  :iS������j*lff'^t������i^^^^\^^n'^m-^r^,'atA.  Giant Powder  We have at our magazines at Revelstoke and  Thomson's Landing, :i complete stuck of explosives, caps and fuse, for .sale at 11 hole-win  and retail.  THE GIANT POWDER CO.,  Victoria,  B. C.  C. B. Hume & Co.,  Sole  Agents,   I(evel>.tokc  Station, and Trout  Lake Cily, D. C.  0. B. HaME  E. Ge.  House Furnishings  Jui-t received direct from Scotland.  If >ou w ill come and look at onr   ���������BRUSSELS        ~ .  :::::::^:'^^l::::::': Carpets  ���������    Maori   japanese rugs and squares  WOOL SQUARES  FLOOR RUGS  COCOANUT MATS  You will lie pleased.   And don't forgot that we  have a  Ful) Range of Linoleums  Also LACE CURTAINS, ART MUSLINS,  TOWELS and TOWELLING, SI.EACII ED  and UNBLEACHED TABLE LINEN,  Etc., Etc.  Dry Goods  A fine assortment.  Boots and Shoes  .Biggest end best assortment in the town  And remember to ask to see our lines of  Straw and Felt Hats  We will ������cll "1 rock bottom prices, and will  iry to please _ on.  Hevelstokc Station, Revelstoke and  .Trout Lake City,  B.C.  C. B. Hume & Co.  Great  Departmental  tore  A RUSH CERTAIN  BOURNE  BROS.  Making Things Hum!  No :lauk of interest here, no  lack of business.*- - Shoppers .are  telling each other all oyer town  about the business we're doing-,"  and' the more you "count the  pennies the more 3'ou'll be satisfied to spend money"here.  - These items are for "next  week.. - Every price' is a special:  '" Men's  "  _. .1   ~Furriis__ings.   ��������� . :.  ' Come with the crowd" and  take "advantage "of "prices, like  these':     ". -  Five hundred "Wash .Ties, all  this "season's goods." Eegular  prices, 12Ac. and 15c; 4: for 25c.  .Fifty -Men;s\ . good, strong  Working Shirts','with'", collars  attached, $1.25 ;,to clear, 75c. i '..  Fancy-'��������� Vests, Outing" Shirts,  Caps, etc. These goods must be  sold regardless of actual value.  No room to demonstrate prices,  but come and see for yourself.  fi l l  -    The Great  Demand  for the Eeady^Made Clothing we  "lreep"7or Childre_-s7~I_oys' and  Youths' Wear enables us to always keep ourstock thoroughly  up to'dote with the most, durable, and stylish - Clothing. We  offer-a cordial welcome to inspect our stock and compare  quality and prices with any first  grade clothing in the.city. We  are leaders in Boys' Clothing for  superior goods at" the lowest  margin of profit.  Children's and Boys' Twor  Piece Suits, All-Wool Tweed, in  brown, light and dark greys,  and fancy mixtures, beautifully  lined and nicely finished. Prices  from ������1.75 up.  Children's, Boys' and Youths'  All-Wool Three-Piece Suits, in  Halifax checks and beautiful  tweed effects. Sizes from 26 up;  prices, S4' to $7.50.    -  Men's Suits, all sizes, in all-  wool tweed and navy blue.  Eegular prices, S7.50 anfi S8.50 ;  special price for next week, $5.  Twenty-five pairs Women's  Scrap Slippers, sizes from 2 to 6i?.  Eegular price, $2.50; for $1.50.  Hundreds of other bargains  offered throughout the store  next week. ;i  Bourne Bros.  THE     BIG     BEND    COMING   TO  THE FRONT  VERY HIGH GRADE PROPERTIES  A Section Where Silver-Lead is Plentiful and Gold Copper "Ore "Abounds���������  A Bonanza in Carnes Creek��������� A Rich  But Narrow Vein  (I'rom Rossland Miner S3ptember 10)  " There will be a. riit.li oC mining  men and capitalists into thu Big Be nil  nliove llevelstoke next year, almost ns  gfe.it us that in Rossland in ISflo-OO,"  said ii mining man who had just  relumed from a visit lo that section.  " Thu Big Bend," ho continued, "has  been known as a, mining district for  more than 30 years. But in those days  placei" mining was the. attraction.  Prospectors went into the Big Bend  country Iiy the way of Seymour Pass  from Shuswap lake, and the discovery  ol'i-ii-h diggings on French, Smith and  McCulloch creeks attracted a hit of the  diggers from old Cariboo, v/heio' the  excitement had waned somewhat after  the stirring times of 1S5S 02. Steameis  pli.d'nn the- South Thompson river,  between Kainliiops and Shuswap'lake,  and one time, it was estimated that  there were' nearly 10,000 muii engaged  in plat-cr mining iu the Big Bend. It,  was stated that between four and five  iiiiirnius.."yere,tnki-ii,out during 1864-05  .but it was then, and still is, very difficult to g������t a correct statement as to  the amount of gold in nuggets or dust  taken from any placer diggings.  $10 A DAY NOT ENOUGH  , " The bteam.il- Forty-Nine made a  trip from the Dalles up the Columbia  river as -far as' the Toot of Death  rapids with supplies for the camp, but  was wrecki'd'bn a sunken vock at .-the  ���������lie.i'd.bf tlie.i'anyoii o'h her second trip.  Very few stopped iii the Bend after  (hi: diggings L-eat-eil to pay IjSlO'a day  per man, the nini.* successful ,ones  betuU-ing themselves to-New South  Wales, whicli was then the chief  gold producing district in the world,  Caribou having quieted down to deep  diggings.  CLKA~S'1_0 UP. SEVERAL THOUSANDS  " But Big Bond has never been  entirely deserted' since. On French  crock the Consolation company has  been at work for many, years with  varying success. Hydi-aulickinp; has  been carried on nn Coldstream. Smith  creek and other places, and individual  diggers' b=avf"T~"iirade^gVocl'"ii.iy~=oir  various creeks. Two fortunate diggers  were- Frank Vandall and Angus Beaton, who cleaned up several thousand  dollars in their placer ground at Gold  Hill some three years ago.,  FREE  ~_n.I~.lXO QUARTZ  "Several finds of free milling qjiartz  hnd been reported at this head cf  McCulloch creek, nnd one or two  claims were staked hy Gns .Lund nnd  others, but very little prospecting  took place previous to the Trail Creek  excitement of 1894-5.  Sir.VEIt-I.KAD PLENTIFUL  " Two or three years ago the people  of Kevelstoke began to wake up to  the fact that Big Bend was in no way  hehind Ihe mining sections of southern  Kootenny as a lode uiining country,  and on Carnes <"i eek and at the head of  Downie creek several good claims  were located. Galena was found in  several places, but. not of such high  grade as was then being reported  from the Slocan and Trout Lake districts. At Illecillewaet, the Maple  Leaf, L .nark, and some other silvor  properties had been worked in a desultory manner for y.ars, and when  these properties were taken in hand  by a company of capitalists things  began to look up in North Kootenay  milling matters.  THE ".VAVEHI-EY MINES  " At the head of Downie creek,  which flows into the Columbia, about  45 'miles north of Kevelstoke, the  Tangier and other claims now form  tho pioperty of the Waverley company. The ore is exceedingly rich  and large shipments are to be made  this coming winter by means of raw-  hiding to the Canadian Pacific railway  It is 20 miles to the railway at Albert  Canyon and over the. mountains all  that, lt i. probable that a waggon  road will be constructed by an easy  grade at Downie. creek to the Columbia river, wiiere it is the intention of  placing a steamer to run on the open  water to tho head of the canyon a  few    miles���������four,     I   believe.���������above  Uo.vulsloku. And in view of this  event, being an accomplished fact, the  government has just completed a  waggon rond from the town to the  head or the canyon.  ���������  OP LB-CO "PER OKE A HOUNDS  " It is only recently, however, that  the discovery lias been made that the  Big Bend abounds in gold-copper ores.  I saw one brought in from Carnes  creek, Keystone ni'.untain, Laforme.  creek, Ground Hog Basin and other  places in the Big Bend that is precisely  similar in appeaiance to the ores of  the Le Roi and War Kagle. Some of  it. from Carnes creek. Keystone mountain and Laforme creek was exceedingly i ich looking, but. of course, all  rich looking ores do not assay high,  especially surface ore.  NINE FEET OF SOLID OltE  "Ground Hog Basin i.s where the  famous Orphan Boy claim is situated,  and 1 was told up there that there  were a score of claims I hatgave higher  assays than the Orphan, although the  ore from that claim averaged higher  in gold than the majority of claims in  Trail creek. From Keystone mountain I saw some of the richest looking  ore 1 had ever met with, but the assay  did not bear out the richness. It was  chiefly iron, solid, heavy and bronzed.  The vein there is nine feet wide and  is solid mineral foi the wholo of that  width. The ore was taken at a depth  of only eiijht feet, .and I have no  doubt thin "if they go down they will  gej; gold instead of iron.  A CARNES CHEEK IJONjVN'ZA  "But it is to Carnes creek thai thu  attention of the public up lliere is now  directed. The. Carnes Creek Gold  Mining Company has been quietly at  work on their seven claims I'or over a  year, and they have some very rich  ore on tho dumps. They have two or  three grades, and the latest, assays in  the upper tunnel gave very high  values. W. Pellew Harvey, "assayer  of Vancouver, returned Sjj2:J0 in'gold  per ton from a sample sent to him,  and another sample assayed by Perry  Leake gave $14-1 per ton in gold. A  strange feature oL this ore is that it  carries only gold, no copper or silver,  although both these metals are found  bolh north and south of I he company's  property. Samples taken (rom the  dump as a general sample gave $58  per to;r Sn gold;  ���������������    ���������-���������-  -."      TEN INCHES OF $200 ORE   "' "   *"'  " The ore vein is four feet,-six in.  wide, and is found between a distorted  schist" and a .culi'-micii schist. The  vein' is composed of quint-, iron  pyrites and niispickel. On the foot-  wall is "ii seam of graphite, several  inches wide, and about the centre of  the vein is a, highly concentrated  chute of ore 10 inches in width, from  which the high values are oblaiue.l.  .The whole width ot the lode is well  mineralized. Tiie ore has been appre-  t iating in value as depth in the tiiiinul~  has been attained, which, as is well  known, is the most promising feature  that can be encountered in a mine.'  WILL SHIP THIS WINTI5II  " The upper tunnel is in 120 feet, and  a 20-foot i-i-O-Sfiil has shown up some  beautiful ore. One hundred feet  J .���������lo,w_^.thiSit.itmeli_,-iioUieri_hKS_beoiu  driven 117 feet and the lode crosscut.  The vein in this tunnel Kitscthe same  characteristic as in the upper, and- it  is believed the. same rich ore will he  met with a few feet further on. The  property needs further development'  before it, can become a si eady producer, although it is the intention of  the management to makca trial shipment this"winter when the ore can be  rawhided lo the Columbia, river, six  miles distant. The cost of a~ waggon  road to the 'river will not exceed  $1,000 per in lie.  nitouoirr down a ma chunk  "The company also owns a millsite  close to the mine, nml a, concentrator  will be erected on it us soon as funds  can be obtained. Tho directors are all  reliable upright men of Revelstoke, of  which Frank McCarty is president, C.  II. Temple, vice-president, and 1. T.  Biewster, ' secretin y-treasiirer and  manager. The iniioiint .expended on  the property so fur has been $0,450.  which was realized by tho sale of  treasury kind.  I brought, down a piece of oie about  50 pounds in weight, wliich assays $.V>  in gold, and if it was placed on exhibition I believe there would bn a  scramble for stock in that company.  STHIKE ON LjU-OKME CREEK  " While I was in Revelstoke Edward  Adair brought in somo rock from  Laforme creek, It was magnificent  looking stuff and assays ptet.ly high  in gold, with a good percent~igo of  copper. Adair and his friends have  eight claims all in a siring on the  ledge, and he told me the last claim in  tin.'string showed up equally us well  as the first. The ore appeared to be  equal to anything we have in Hoss-  land. The people up there are only  just beginning to he alive lo the fact  thai they have n, good thing up the  river. They are beginning to get a  move on, and several parlies have  taken up townsites at various points  on the river right up to the inflow of  Canon river, which is about 100 miles  north and the apex of the bend of the  river.  WILL SHOW THEM HOW TO DO IT  "I loid them they would have a  stirring time next summer, but that  RosKlanders would have to come up  and show them how to work it, as we  had had the experience, whicli was  more than the inhabitants of the  'Sleepy Hollow' at the last crossing of  the Columbia eenld lay claim to.  USE FOB C. & W. BOLLINO STOCK  "What is wanted to open up ihe  newly discovered mineral riches of the  Big Deiid country is a railway, and  there is little doubt lhal the Canadian  Pacillc Will soon be considering the  mailer as a paying piopoailiiui. There  are rertain lo be one or more towns  up there, and the question of there  being rich and permanent minernl  bodies all over tiie district is now  beyond doubt. What will the O.P.I..  do wilh llie rolling stock of the Columbia & Western, now that another  month will see il repl-iced by standard  gunge rails, engines and cars? Would  it not be a good plan to build a narrow  gunge road up the Columbia and use  the discarded rolling stuck of the  little railway thai has done such good  work for over two years between this  city and the smelter town? A satisfactory grade can be obtained without the use of switchbacks, and the  expense of such an undertaking  would be very light considering that  the rolling stork is close at hand, and  ready for use as soon as the narrow  guage road was ready for it. If used  for no longer a period than it was  here, two years and three months, it  would pay for itself long before that  lime hiid'elnpsiid, and then once more  it would have lo give place to the  standard guage. But probably by  lhal tint.! it would be worn out.  HELIEVES THERE WILL BE A RUSH  "Well, as I have said, from what I  saw up there, it is my belief that there  will be n big rush to the Bend country  next summer, and if I can manage il  I am going to try and get in something up that way before the rush  commences. It will be the liU-tory of  Rossland over again. And, like "this  camp, they have the mineral there to  hack it up'and keep it up after it gets  started." ' . ������������������  FERPUSON  Mining: Properties ^Looking Well.���������Experts Looking for Properties.  - FergusonI Sept. 0.��������� Messrs., Perry  Leakean'd Phillips' are examining the  Badshot, .-md Lade Bros'.' gold property on Gainer creek.' .We hear thai  I he True Fissure,' 2J miles from here  is to be examined on their return."   ���������  Thos. Horne's propeily on the north  fork i.s looking good, considering the  amount of development work done, so  fill', and there is little doubt hut what  the bond will go through in the near  future.*-    ^ _;.       ..    _/     ,  ..Wm.^Poo! rif- -Revelstoke,1 paid ns"~i  flying visit the first of the week with  ti trump card up his,sleeve.  By all accounts thero Is quite a bit of  activity amongst the experts. In "this  camp at, piesent many properties are  being looked over.,-  The football team are well pleased  with their reception in yonr town .-iml  will he glad to play the return match  in a short time iit Thomson's Landing  on the flat where good .ground can-be  seemed.  .1. t). Sibbald, arold commissioner, is  looking over the roads and trails  through the Fish Crock and Trout  Lake districts.  Too  i rue  Tlie history of lhe  struggling  ence   iind_finjil_ st^irviitipn   of  pulilislieil in  is not  local"  oxi. t-  m.-inv  papers pulilislieil in prosperous  mining localities is not a creditable  record for an industry so broad 'and  liberal in nniiiy other respects, says  the Western Alining World. Espec-"  ially is this true in view of tli>" fact  thai the mines have been most faithfully upheld and owe the large proportion of their value and success to  the very means which have been  neglected and unrewaided. The report of mining properties, strikes of  ore bodies in mines, shipments from  smelters, value of ores and mill runs  lias been most carefully made, lo bo  copied by the metropolitan icviewin  the renter of capital, mil il tin-tide of  inquiry and investment has hen attracted to the locality mid a general  condition of prosperous activity established by which hmidieds have been  beneiitcil. In many vises this giatui-  tiotis work, which has- ' ost time and  money, has been done faithfully and  impart ially for those who have never  contributed the amount of an aiintinl  subscription to Uie paper which has  hcenjthe chief cause of t heir, prnsperly.  Tho mining industry owes its promising condition, its gen. ml activity, the  favorable state of public opinion towards mining, the investment of capital and the remarkable development  now taking place more t.o the influence  of the press thnn to any one of  iiii other influences combined,  but ils return for all this benefit  has, as a rule, been most niggardly  and certainly unjust. ' ���������  Klonkike Officials Roasted.  "To-day," which is now edited by  H.-n-iy P.iine. instead of Jerome and  Jerome, devotes pages this week to an  exposure of the alleged " Klondike  fiasco,-' :ind psp.rially" the reported  corruption "of ofiicials. It publishes  a letter from a pi uiiiinent Engii.slim-in j  who says:  "The. police,land oflice, gold commissioner's oflice and Mounted Polite are  all corrupt. I would rather see the  whole country handed over to the  Yankees thnn see such .i shameful  state of nff.iir.s under our flag."'    '  DISASTROUS CO^FLAOMO-.  The Business Centre of New -Westminster Wipid Out���������Loss Estimated  at Nearly $3,000,000.  (Froin the Vancouver World)'  The   most  disastrous   conflagration  with   the   exception   of   that   of the'  memorable St. John, N.B., fire, on the'  21st of June, 1S77, is that  which ovei--"  took our sister city 011 the banks of the  Fr.isei', about Saturday midnight, and'  .Sunday   morning,   the   lllh   instnnt,'  when the entire   business   portion   of;  the city Wiis   literally   wiped   out. of  existence,       nothing      excepting      iv"  few   remnants    of    tottering    brick*  chimnevs      being      left      at       day-'  light to   tell   the  tale, of  the   city's*  glories,   and   its   handsotne^  business'  establishments of the previous e'ven-"  ing.     It     was   the   cleanest   wipeoutr  through   which    any' 'city   has   yet"  passed,  excepting the, one   we   have  referred     to.    Ils   blocks-were   substantially     built,   were  handsome  iir'  appearance, and  up-to-date; in every  lespect in point of architecture and all'  modern    "conveniences,    and     today/  excepting the few smouldering heaps'"  of brick and mortar, nothing is left to'  tell the t.'-le of the  hustling," energetic'  city which existed 48 Koui's'Tigo.c-f .  The fire ��������� broke out "in." the , produce"'~  warehotise   'of _ Brackuiant   &~ .Ker,'  On Lyttoii Square.wharf, at 11:30 p.'m '.'  a shotl.'.-dist ince-, below "the. public'  market.'   It is'believed .the fire" origin-'  ated from sparks sent out 'of- the' fun;,',  nel of the  river   steamer1   Edgar; \ahd~'  these striking, the royfi of   the  ware-'  house, and tlie shiiigles\being .as dry",  as.tinder,' they speedily .ignited./-  One '  of the firemen inwalking along Front"  street a considerable , distance below;  the warehouse, states that, he saw-jthe '  sparks igniting and the. tire, breaking-  out   with   great   vigor. -..The, flamest' .  spread   eastward, or   up   the   stream2  towards the public market,  aiid  leapt'  across Front street, licking in  several'.  Chinese shops and warehouses.  Mean- ]  time tlie flames communicated  to 'the '���������  Edgar and the ste.unei   in.-turn, com-'  rniuiiic.ited. the-dcyouriiig��������� element to;',  tlie>��������� steamer   Gladys"." "and" it To, the?'  steamer   Bon   Accord.'-.' These*, being  loosed from   the   moorings 'in   conse^"  quence   of   the   ropes'   being, burnt,'.  floated down along the front, -setting''  fire   to   ev'ervthing   in ..their 'course, "  until the wharf in" front' of t'he' C.P.R.'',  freight shed was reached,' when  the.y'  moved into    mid-stream,   and   tliere"  were burned to the water's  edge,* hut'  the whole of the city ' front   by   that'  time was in flames.    "Iii consequence '  of the intense heat it   was- impossible-  to reach   the - hydrants 'along' Front  street,  rendering' the   efforts- of ������������������ the  firemen in checking the flames ineffectual.    At I his time a strong southeasterly gale sprang up. and 'coming down  the   river.,fanned   the   flames." which .  were now spreading in a northerly ni.d"  westerly oii-ecliou, and  flam_ s breaking out* in many sections   of the city,  between Second street in the east. 10th'  strert--in-tho-westr.ind���������RoyiiRavenite���������  on the-north.  -Thescene wns a terrible."  one. ami those who,p,tnsed  through it  will never forget it.   The area burned  was   fiom, .eaat  to   west, or, Iron, -up'  river to down  river, was about thi'iie-'  quarters of a mile,���������-.nd from the river '  front to the south "side   of Royal aven-*.'  no. close upon half a mile. - It   was as'  clean   a sweep as the devouring elo-,'  ment could possibly make., .Here, and',  there   chimneys ^are   to  he   observed*  standing, like tombstones in a grave-"  yard, biit   oiit-sido,,of  that. nothiT|p-is "  cb-ervnble"    Close   upon, 3C~0. edifices, -  including   pott-office."   custom   liouse, -  inland revenue,   Dominion land oJAre,  Dominion engineer's otlices.'t lift'1 Pro-'  vincial court house, Ihe New Westiuin- "  ster City hall,' the   Bank  of Montreal. -  the   B.iiik   of   British   Columhiu,  the '  Gtiii-hon, Colonial, Douglas, and 'other '  hotels, the Masonic Tf inple. hand_o*nie '  hi ii-k blocks and many palatini private '  l-C'sidenc"~~~. are all gone.   ' _ ,  The loo.-i, :is best, can only be cr.-ij'ec-'  tilled, but  itis  quite safe' to place the '  total at between ���������"S.SOO.l-l'O and !*_3.(ltX).- ���������  000, with  an  insurance, it is believed,-  of about $1,250,000. a   veiy i.lrg. pio-  portion , of  which  i.s  he'd* by British'-"  companies, principally the Royal.'   In;;  sutance   men   inform'   ns   that it-will'  take St least a couple of weeksTo'ai- '  rivo at a fair estimate of-tbe  los..    A"  large  quantity   of   the   property'c'on-  '!  sinned, was mortgaged to the_Suii Jjife '  Assurance Co.', and it is  reported that  its iuteiest in the consumed  property  amounts to at least amillibu of dollars.  The C. P. K. have contributed $5,000 '  and James Dimsmuir. M. P. P., S1.600 '  to the relief of the sufferers by fire at"  New Westminster on Sunday.:    ;  Telegraphic Briefs,  Awful suffering on Ashcroft frail is  reported by parly of Mar.itob.ins.  T. A. Gi~eenway. son of Premier  Greenway, died of typhoid fever at  Crystal City yesterday.  J. R. Shcphiud was arrested on suspicion of setting lire lo New Westminster.  GAUNTLET THROWH DOWH"  And tlje Turks Will be - Kicked Out" of;  Crete -  -  Candia, Isiand of Ciete. Sept. 13.��������� '  Admiral Noel, commander of the'  British naval forces in Ori'tiin waters,  today issued-an ultimatum~to Edini-  Pash'a, the Turkish minister and" g_.v- '  ernor of Crete, demanding that within  4S hours he should de.iver'up'the ring-'  leaders in the lecent outlrt-eak" und*  i.ia-sacie; suriender the fort and'rfnn-"  parts commanding the town,- and*  Uisnim this Mussulman tro'ops.  The Met..c-1'st Conference' defeated  the   proposed   amendments-   to'  disci pline, permitting davsvingjcte  tht-" Revelstoke   Herald  -.    Publlehod in internum ot  : Revelstoke. Lardeau, Big Bond, Trout Lake  Illeotllev._ol, Albert Canyon, .Ionian  1'asn and Kmjlo 1'asa Dimriclu.  A. JOHNSON   Proprietor.  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JABS WITH THE LANCE.  1 >*" ^.^ ,*.~ ^" ,*-��������� ^1" _,-- ,������-��������� >*--��������� -*-���������  * K,+ _.* _-_��������� __ * V-,'--^ _-���������-  Vj* *,* ~"--  I'I'iii: "IIi.ii.m.h Iin* 111111I1' iiriMiiKi'iinaii- l"ni  iviriil.il' il. | .iim.'nl iimli'i" llii- iiluiM" In'.iilliia.  Th. iiulliiii' .iriliiw ".Iiili������" lliuiiifli llvluir in 11  sum II Inn.: Ill Allx-i'tii liuMlir ivpiiliiiii.li nf l"'i������u'  'Hu* nf lln: inu._ niiliiiii: Iiiuiii.i'.mi-* ui'il.'i'- in  _":iiitiilii.j   I'ralsi' be 10 Allah!  * *   *  Wc return aiiioii_.st  ynu iiiiinii--l������*il.  * ������   ���������  Ciniie 011, O l'liiliulc-lpr. thou comforter  ul" Job! Our armor Is Imcliloil mi, mir  vizor down, anil we nro i-cnily for llie  day once more. Weep nm. u comfurlor.  at belnir "will iiKitln" over out" r.siir-  r.ctlon. lilbllcul teaching, as thou  sliould'st luiiiw, tells us we should be  born iiriiIii. Anil Io! we are here.  _   *   ���������  This time we shall exercise much cine  a ml pruiloiico, for, In this lively business  of L'omiilllni; a (.rent mural weekly I'm"  the edification ot our friends anil tbo  contusion u������ our enemies, wo have learnt  that In our work today may lie our ilo-  slti-uutioii  tomorrow.  .   *   *  Since lliu Inception ol' this renovated  I'-reo Lnnee. a iloiiiilalion ot'stufls have  wniled on us to beseech anil Implore  I lui 1 we mollify the flippancy oC nnr  reading matter. In deference tu their  wishes, we will therefore have 11 children's corner, a veterinary column, nnd a  clini'iiilc and puzzle department. The editorials will be all iiboul the plebiscite,  most wonderful of tuples, and 1 lio  speeches of niiRiist jiersuungus like  Foster and Davin will be given in full.  The rest of the paper will be devoid  lu sniulty wheat and the butter trade  with Japan. As the spokesman of the  d.-pulailoii observed, people are out here  lo be edueated, not to be uiuused.  Kit !  =0  lt  willi   all   news-  the   thoughtful  "Would .-you marry a wonum- who  oouldn't cook';"  "Ina minute���������If sho didn't think sho  oould cook."���������Chicago Uncord.  Wlieti -\Voui_ii Fight.  "In uiatiiiy up that supply train," said  the attendant, "your majesty forgots that  you now have two regiments! uf women in  tb-liuld."-     -  "What havo I neglected." demanded  tb* king.   .  "In addition to .tbo provisions, nnns  and ammunition your majesty should forward to them nt least threo carloads of  pins. '!  - As a result of a council of wnr hastily  called thay forwiirded ono carlonil of or-  <5i.'iarT plus, 0110 curl ond of hairpins and  one carload of snfoty pins.���������Chicago Post.  Tho Retort I'ltl-Ul.  A clubman wns searching desperately  through his pockets for tho o_tra quarter  demanded by a malevolent cabman. Tho  cab _rlver regarded his unhappy faro with  ���������uporclllousness and uttered words.  At list tbo clubman found tho coin, As  he passed it "to the scowling driver ho exclaimed bitterly:  "Oh, beware, be'not  too  proud!    Yon  cannot tell  what  tho  future may bring.  _6om-uti������h������_j.oii_.vourself_i_iay_r_id__insi_,e_  the cab!"���������Judy.  As with men  papers. The grave and  may be niore admired than the llslu and  the cheerful, but they are less like*. It  Ik 110L only that the former, bcini; of a  more recondite nntuie. lind fewer perilous capable ot JU-I..I111. their merits,  but also that the grout object ot llie  majority ul" human beings is to be amused, and they naturally incline to lovo  those who best amuse them. To so  gieat il practical extent is this preference pushed, that we think that if .1  census were to be made ot readers of The  Frco J.iuice., we would find that where  one Brave article bad been waded throiiRh  there would be at least ,i .dozen frivolous  pnragriiphs perused and (perhaps mournfully) smiled over. ��������� ".Ve ran our subset Iplion list from a little over T.'i up  lu nearly 700 by light ami "airy nictlio.ds,-  nml iis the Value "Of any paper'as an'  advertising medium depends upon Its  circulation, we propose conliniiiin. lhis  sbei'l on much the same lines. We did  not liust through lack of patronage. -Tile  honest truth Is. lin.lliu; ourselves un.li'i'  the biilU'i.0- of Tbe Comforter, we tool;  fright ami scuttled the ship.  ..."  Those who possess a belief in llie  f,M������il powers, should Hike nolo tliiil there  wei-..: livo full moons'last month. One  came on the Ist the other on the Mist.  11 is not often lhat the full moon plays  11 return engagement the same niuiitb.  anil If (lie baleful gleam of ggpnlty  sliono' a litlle brighter ln the <P~i.i of  the stuffs than usual, we can attribute  it to thai other moon. It was the sort  of odd month in which weak minded  people were unaccountable for their  actions, and rushed off 10 subscribe for  lhe  South  Edmonton  Comforter.  And yet there may be something In  this'moon business after all. Physicians  in lunatic asylums claim there is. and  lhey ought 10 know, as wc all know,  the moon gets in somo very .'."ine work on  this mundane sphere, ll juggles with  nature in masterful fashion, and as our  nerves, moods and general frame of  inliid.are.ln-a great nicasni_i_ln_ucncetl  ���������������BiMa__________________������___________;_____l___������_i  man,   hug   tlio   lioutchoe-kotitchce   girl  10 death, anil horribly mangle the chap  who sells empty envelopes for it dollar  !i piece. Thai's what we would do it  \\v   were   a   circus   elephant.  *   *   .  I.xaggfi'aiiiui Is lbe lnii.'khiiiii' of any  circus. As .Mr. l-iit'dien says you can't  Illume lliein. Take the one that bus  Just heen up here. They claim that Ibclr  largest elephant Is wurili $L!."i,0.������J, and we  lire i-'.-ln'CU'd tn believe 11. Tile manager  avers, wilh ii tierce manage rial limit In  his moustache, that Kdna, Ihe bai'eback  rliler who Is barely 11 years of age. gets  J.V.'O a week, and we have to believe It.  At lhis rule llie llubnes who drive the  slakes get about $10 a day an.l board;  ami as fur lioutcbee-li^mchee, alio must  gel ill least .1000 a week and 11 private  !������>._ car. I'or m!i������i Is Indeed 11 slur, a  Iwlnlib'i- uf lbe Arsl magnitude. If Ihora  Is anything left, we presume the clowns  get it.  * *   t  11 may not be oul of place In these  column., lo say a word In praise ot lhe  tactful manner ill which lhe North Wosi  Mutinied l'ullce perform their duties on  occasions of lhis kind, when the fears  of the public on the score nf iin Invasion  of dangerous toughs are Inn too well  grounded. Moving about In an unobtrusive way, chatting with friends, laughing when there is something lo laugh at,  pulling on no bogus atrs, hunting nu  trouble, thoy are ready, should trouble  arise,   lo  attend   to  il on   tlie  instani  in  11 very thorough-going manner. The iron  hand in a gluve uf velvet should make  a Kood   crest  for  tlie     N.W..MJ'.  * ..   +  J lure is something lor those young  men and maidens who cannot so a mile  unless it bo ill a buggy or oil 11 bicycle.  To walk that distance would make them  awfully lired. It has been calculated that  a person dancing an ordinary sol of  ilitadrlllcs travels about a half a milo.  A11 enthusiastic dancer who takes In  every dance al n Sbua-Mliiiiuloii ball  must therefore cover a distance of from  li; tu JI miles at running speed. Presuming it were possible to keep up this  performance nightly for say six mouths,  a distance of over 11,000 miles would  have been covered. None ot the six-  day-go-as-you-pleasc men can do this.  It lakes ii fragile girl In snllu slippers.  .   *   *  Anil lliere is the man who walks 10 ur  IL' miles around a billiard table of an  afternoon. Vou couldn't hire him to  walk 11 mile into the country, because  he '";iint used to walking." There .Is  also the bale, vigorous man..with mils-'  clos like a whipcord, who can lift a barrel  of salt on a wagnn; watch lilm In  chinch during a hymn. Ilo can hardly  hold   up   the   hymn   book.     He   holds   iL  wilh ' a limp and feeble grasp, and  lays iL down with a sigh of relief when  the hymn is over. Inconsistency,- tby  nnnic   is   man!     Also   woman.  *   *' *  There was 11  young man  called  Xumley,  Whoso appearance was awfully cumeloy,  When be asked ^lcr from paw,  The   paw   he   said   pshaw!      ^  As he let'l he looked at him.quite glumley.  SAILING.   -trcr  SOUTH  WIND.  Wttfiit skies abovo us,  White clouds drifting overt  Htn spreads lliu Ken, ull shimmer end flask.  Boom well off 11ml a lazy helm creaking,  Mniio of ripple.", like IcIngA-her's plash.  GurKle und splash I  Chtickli- tli������ wntnr,  Silver to windward, sapphire to lee.  Sunshine of nuturo,  Skylights wide open���������  _.������ pleasure lo hull 011 ��������� bummer sea.  UUK WK8T.  Fifing of wind blnfto,  <      I~!'iiniminK of luilyti-dal  E������ckonn the deep whoro the green ware.! ma,  El.tuts close hauled nml helm hard n-wenthor*  Katnbow shot npriiy Hung aloft in tha iu__.  Risii, pliuiKul  Dips tho bow under.  Monnt and away un tho buck ol the ne*.  Joy of swift motion,  Infinite distance���������  ���������T_i rupture to sail whun the winds blow tfe������  NOll'inKJlRT.  Howl of llie tempest.  Thunder of b'realicrsi  F'am dashing hiwli on a close rrrtod rail.  BV ipping the white crests, leaping the hollows,  Bwoop flown tliH wind, like a gull lu thu gal*  Boll, roll I  Ziu_li the teas after.  FlAwhc- thu bpneon ns homeward we co-  Thrill of llin elements,  Soul self ui!crlivo���������  ~Elspni!,_on lo sail when the storm winds blow.  -"William J. Long in Youth's Companion.  REUNITED.  Tes. we  Iiut who  this time,  custodier.'  are going lu edll Lhis paper,  is going ' Lo edil llie editor  we   do   nol   yet   know.     Quis  Singular DIsconrtety.  "This paper foys," observed Mrs. Chug-  water, "that'Mr. .Tones was then nominated by acclamation.' "  "Well*" said Mr. Chugwater.  "~A'ho is'arelamntion,' nnd why don't  they print his namo with n capital A?"  Mr. Chut;water looked intensely wra-  Tied, but restrained himself and said nothing.���������Chicago Tribune.  In  War Times.  Drumtn������r���������Is your business affected by  the war talk:  BhaTlng Soap Manufacturer���������No. Wo  are doing n larger Ijusincis than ever.  Drummer���������Well, come' to think of It,  there's a reason for that.  S. ?. M���������What is it"  Drummer���������Why, mo������t men wear longer  facet tbeee days.���������Brooklyn Life  That Qnlot Spot.  Husband (to wife, jmt rotnrned from  continental trip)���������Xow, dear, isn't lt delightful after the bustle and racket of  those foreign hotels to be back in the perfect tranquillity of our own home and���������  Cook (entering hurriedly)���������Kitchln  chimney a-blazln, mum! . Better 'are ln  tb* C-B *nglngs quick, mum!���������Punch.  Did Sh* Mean II?  She���������What a fascinating man tbe principal actor is! I suppose In private life  he's dreadfully Wicked. (Eagerly) Isn't  he.    . 1.  He���������Well���������er���������'m���������no. I believe he's  rather a rcspoctnblo sort of fellow.  She (with a deep sigh)���������Oh, I'm so glad I  ���������".Utfget...  , Her Xj.it Hope.  .Toque���������Why does MisH.Passcy cross the  ooeon In an American vessel now? Doesn't  ���������he know that Bhe Is liablo to be token by  como Spaniard?  Jlazie���������Just what ������he's going for. She  has lost hope of being captured by on  American.���������Town Topics.  Off For Good.  Duzray���������I hear that your brother bad  "_rreral of his fingers cut off the other day.  Doohey���������Ko ha did.  Dnzzey���������How are they getting on?  Doohey���������They'ro not getting on at all.  They're off for good.���������Koibury Gazette.  WarerlDff Charity.  "Llttl* Dick took all the money out of  his back to send to suffering Cubans."  -"Noble little chap!"  "-Yes, but bo changed bis mind and  bought ptaauta with It."���������Chics.oB������c-  _TO������-  by the weather and the seasons. ���������liy  thould nol the moon and tho siars.  by which tho weather and the reasons  aro   influenced,   have   their   effect   on   us  also '.' -1  _   *   .  At the circus the other day we nit!i.wi  a young man. dressed in the height of,  iSouih l-J.lmonton. fashion, strolling  about with bis best girl. Th.fj- w.?r_  moving about In front of the tld-; show,  summoning up enough courage in go  in and look nt the lady who da new  tho houtchce koutclio\ The yvuing man  I'.oked yo uncomf"t"l.ib!. an.l \v������ro si.c'n  a ilisLl-������,s>-.!>l evpr.'*M'"l til.it wi- r:< ll-*  near walking up nnil offering to take the  girl off his hands. However, as tbey  passed, we tumbled to lln: whole cause  of bis trouble. Having one hatl thy  same i-xii.'rl.,nee, we know ali Us horror.-'.  He I.ad left liom.: In a hurry with a flu-k  of whiskey, half full, In his hip pocket,  -md every stej. he took it went gloo-gloo  und glus-glug. The girl would look  r>.invl every oih'e In a while with .1  puzzl.'d uli' tu see where lb*.' mysterious  n..!������e fame from, but lh" young man  bar! nerve and feigned lo be looking  round too wilh the utnin"t riirio-.it>-.  Our heart went out to lilm. In the circus  Itself somo lime later, while waiting for  tbe performance to commence, and giving our own girl a strong game of talk  .-".���������out tho elephants wc had shot in  Africa, wo heard thr: familiar "glug-  glug" again, and, sure enough, on looking  ui, wc beheld Mr. Man and his girl  -scrambling over the benches. The look  of anguish on hl.s face had deepened.  Our own little darling observed, somewhat flippantly we thought, that he must  be newly married, but tve knew better.  .Vo newly married man ever gliig-glugge<j  like Hint. When wo explained in a  whisper to her what it really wa������, she  nearly died laughing. liven wo lelt  like taking a. smile. No w.ml.r lhc temperance agitators up there becom.: desperate.  The receipt for making a sketch of a  buttle scene. In the Illustrated London  Xuws or The C'rnphii:, is amusingly  simple. Draw a whole lot uf pith  helmeis with officers under them,all with  tlieir backs turned so as 10 obviate the  dillieulty of drawing their fac-s. Depict  one or two of them bending over a Galling gun, and the rest looking through  field glasses at some distant hills. From  those distant hills let" there appear a  few puffs of smoke, an.l lliere you arc.  ���������'[ly our special artist. V. W'illoughby  de Johnson." We have seen this picture  twice a month for tl.e la^t 15 years and  arc- gotir.g very lire.l of it. Another  picture laa. palli: ..11 us is the very  tiresome one uf Ul. Prince of Wales  laying the foundation stone of lbe new  tiiij 10 a bospilal. The priure is st.inn-  iiig in a cleared o_T 5p:i..o. -.villi a face  -T-"-'^J>-~'>~~"~^"-^~~"~--~cci=-5.":.i;-r.  Wc overheard a little boy lamenting  that lie was not an elephant, so that he  -oul.] be with a circus all the time, mth  nolhinff to do but away 1.0 and fro  eating all tho live long d.>._. aud p.17. ng  ,.'..}��������� after dny upon fre^h multitudes  of ru'nb-rnecl*:.*--. We knov.- exactly what  v..- v/ouM do if we were an elephant.  W.* would select a favorable momi-ut  charge Inn. the i-ubber.'i.-i.l'.-,  Juggernaut,   trumpeting    like  the prince is sfaiMing a lull, hack with  an cnormouo boiKpici In her hand (presented by the mayor's incvUfh!. little  daughter���������lhey nil have little d_.iiRhl.rs)  an.l ail around may be reel' a choice '-ol-  lection of civic dignltancf: standing  .__ mil. like a pang of hoboes round a  gravel pir. This I- an oiil standby which  lhey keep i!'- block, and has done duty for  ceren-.onle-- in ever;.- city '.11 tlu- raited  Kingdom. It ii an awful strain on the  leniper of loyal oil..-nl.il ���������, tiiK sort ot  thin;-.  We   have  lady subset  In'." receipts  pllbl'C   the  ,  l'.omb.-.y Pudding: Tike .1 go/el fi'.-nh  .���������g_! brai it un wcli. add !'��������� I! a Utile  ���������.'it?;:,?, a MIT gloss' of whisky ..nu a ' '������������������',���������  nt milk. Shake well. Add a Sift-' nutmeg. Open yonr mouth and pour lhe  mixture in'o It. Allow It to ������<"tti������: before  taking another.  <".ln i"ro.juette������:    Pare ..ne l.irgf lemon.  take   out   the   pips   and,, ������<uirew   lnt������   ���������"'  (all     vessel.       j\d.l     two  sugar and one gl.-.^s of  II   10  cook  over  a  lump  of  lee   f..r   h.ilf  ������   minute,   add   one   bottl  one spoon.   Serve cold.  "oeen desired  by  s������>nt'.' of "Hi"  Iber."   io putihsh  .1   f.-"e   t.ou,'.-  We take p|en������t>!-.- In mitkinc  inly 01101 we know:  tea .poi.nfuis    of  Tom Cin.    Ailow  soda   ar.d  The chronicles of Wetaskiwin. If rendered with proper cxactitude.would make  somo very nice reading. But we have tt,  brew our ale very mild to suit evcryb-dy.  We make more particular allusion to  the jolly times occasionally indulged ln.  when men unbend and forget lhc conventionalities. We know l'Ul -we!!, of  course, how wrong and wicked It cis to  have a jolly good time, and ii ow expedient for buslnex-j purposes 10 wear a  _2\ii face, so we cannot s-e our way to  ilironicle anything bu" what will pass  muster amongst thn stuff--. Pi'y the. poor  old stuff '. His life i" but a daily repetition���������the same old thing over and over  again; risings and setting.?; beginning'1  and endings; no lights, no r.hadovs; sn  everlasting gloaming, eternal monotony.  It ir, like a dull play, in which are one  or two lea dine characters and all the rest  suprx. Like, one, of those passion plays  1 ������t Oberamrsergaii. It is all very tedious  an.l sstnfry. Wc milch prefer playing In  ; rhe farce. One good point, however,  i about dear old Wetaskiwin is that there  like .-i ! nover is, aii'I never has been during our  rogue I live years sojourn iinv-tbing more scri""  elephant In the jungles of Ceylon, crush  and trample them under foot and fling  Ihem all over the place, rush out .-ind  wreck   tho  side   show,   alay   the   tatoued  to chronicle than the harmless escapades  of the money-spending element- In other  respects, the personcllc uf lho town Is  if anything,- too good.  Xti hatl been raining for two days, an_  now tho chango to cast of the wiud hnd  brought sleet, nnil the moisture waf  freezing, in thin, dangerous ice on tha  piivwnentK.  George Witherspoon swung the corner into Pino streot. His usually erect  body -was bent against the strength ol  tho wind.  "Such weather for the Inst of April,"  ho muttered ns ho wout up tho steps ol  his houso, and as he put the koy into  his door a vision came to him of the  April two years before���������a vision of long  lanes, "with blossoming lilacs and horse  chestnuts and daffodils and of a tall nnd  radiant woman always at his side. He  entered the house and went slowly up  stairs. How olearly it all streamed out,  enveloped his mind, his senses! He had.  first seen her-at a table d'hoto in Paris.  He had followed her over half of Europe and' hnd liunlly mot her at Baden-  Baden. Sho had a doting old father,' but  ultimately the two had gained his reluctant surrender of his only adored  daughter, nud they hnd married.  For just a year they had enjoyed supreme, overflowing happiness. Thou'Al-  ice becamo jealous. A batcli of old let-  . ters had come to her from an unscrupulous woman her husband had been fascinated by in his extreme youth at college,  and she. resented with all her intense  passionate naturo anything which could  come between them aud their exclusive  love for one another. She had spent one  loug night alone lashing her bitter envy  to madness, nnd the noxt morning sh.  had gone to hiin with marvelous calm-"  ness and told him of her irrevocable d������-  tenain'aliou to leave him forever. He  was proud." Ho had mot hor with disdainful indifference, had considered self  justification unnecessary, and they had  separated.  They both had lived quietly. They  wont nowhero, for their friends were  common ones, and they avoided all possible annoying meetings. He spent hi������  time on tbe board of trade, at his clubs  or in liis home, which he could not  bring himself to give up, and sho had  so restricted her life that he scarcely  caught n glimpse of her. Only at the  theater or at some concert did her pure,  proud profile suddenly start out from  the crowd, and then emotion would so  powerfully sweep over him that ha  would have to leave tho building."  _ _OuIy one bond still existed between  ThonTT Slice's-father" was old and-an~  invalid. His time was spent at- watering places, mostly on the other side,  and it had ssemed a simple and dutiful  kind of falsehood to weave nround him  a veil of ignorance as to tho real state  of affairs and leavo him with tho happy  feeling of Alice's joy and completed  love. So they "wroto to him regularly,  filling their letters with sweet plans  and ambitions,nncou.cionsly embodying  in them their fondest wishes and most  heartfelt desires.  George Witherspoon was dressing  himself carefully. Threo cravats were  thrown aside beforo ho had tied ono to  his taste. Ho never looked so well aH in  a Tuxedo, Alico hnd always said. IIo  could hoar her voico now, her low,  thrilling voice, saying as she camo toward him across thn hall, "My big,  itunning sweetheart," and just before  the put ber arms closely around his  neck, "Dear, dear, how I love youi'1  He shivered with desire for hor.  Would he never recover? Would ho  never ferret": He thought he could almost f. _1 her face pressed softly against  his���������hi_ nostrils were filled with tha  rweet, subtle smell of the sandalwood  her laces were put away in.  Hush���������a knock at tbo door I The  man's heart swelled with feeling. Ha  forget everything, the intervening year,  tbe awful binternecs, the loneliness, and  he softiy opened the door, drunk with  one dominant idea. His man Chambers  stood without.  "A lady to see yon, Hir," ho said.  "Her name?" Witherspoon asked.  "Sho Eayn it's not necessary to Ml  It, sir," answered tbo man, "but it'a  m important bnBiness she wants you,  sir, and abe will keep yon only a minute."  Witherspoon's whole being wan vibrating. What was this strango premonition? Was it sorrow coming or did he  tsei a dawDing joy?  "I'll be down in a moment,"heeaid.  He walked up and down the room rapidly several times. It was thoir anniversary. Ife had romnmberod and kopt  it so rigidly. It was barely possible it  had corns over hor as strongly���������thehap-  fiinoss  they woro missing  from  their  ives, tho incompleteness of their vapid  present���������and perhaps sho hnd como to  bim. Ho was almost running down tha  stairs  in bis cagorness.   Ho  held back  -jibe portieres, and there b_o stood befoie  the lira���������straight, tense, ber ilimnosi  accentuated by her velvet coat, th*  whiteness and delioaoy of her fact  starting out exquisitely from the laoes  at _er throat und from under tho big  bla.k hat. As he approached her he noticed tho nervous tapping of hor foot in  tho fur of tho rug, tbe tenso pressure  of her clasped hands. Was it a dream���������  Alice in. her home ngain, a year's misery cnnoeled in a momout? He hold out  both hands and noticod her ej'os in tb*  tuiiror tbey wero lacing ns ho snid:  "And haye you como to me again,  Alice?"  Sho started visibly nnd thon slowly  turned.  "Yos," she answorcd quietly. "I'v������  come to you. And you fl������ustn't fall  uo," she added beseechingly.  "Won't you Bit down?" Witheripoon  Bskod.  She was trembling.  "Thank you," sho said, and she sat  on a low stool, and the man noticed  with n 'sinking of the hoart how she  drow her little cloak about her, the  thumbs of tho clasped hands turned up  and back. How ho remembered!  "I must como to the root of the matter at once," the girl began, and gradually her voice grew fierce and she looked him full in tho face with hor wide,  sad eyes. Ho noticed, with nlinost a  feeling of exultation, that hor face was  now tho face of the woman who had  lived and suffered.  "Yon haven't hoard from my father  for F01110 time, havo you?", she began.  i"_.o," Witherspoon answered. "It  must be somo weeks now."  "I received a telegram this afternoon," the'���������woman went on quietly.  "He arrived in New York this morning  and will be in Cincinnati tomorrow.  Ho is bound for California, and he  will, on his way, stop in town with  ������������������, his son nnd daughter."  Her voice had broken. Witherspoon  rose to his foot and walked to the window.   The silence was painful.  "And whafAvill you do?" be said, at  last, turning to her.  "Thero's only one thing to do," and  the girl's voico was determined. "My  father has very little longer to live.  He's not had much but disappointment  in his life, and, cost what it may, I cannot bring more sorrow to him." You  know, how tho ghastly thing would  shock his old time conventionality."  She hesitated and seemed to look to the  man for his help in thought or deed,  .but his fear of her scorn kept. him  silent. At Inst, taking a deep breath,  ehe went on:  "Tomorrow morning I must send here  the fow things I took away. The portraits, my piano, my work���������they're easily put in place and will-be as easily moved away again. I'm sorry to so inconven-.  'ience "yon, but yoi must see itis unavoidable." She stopped again and  looked into the fire. "My room," she  asked, "is it muoh changed?"  Tho man was kneeling boside her  now, his arms about her. "Sweetheart,  sweethoart," be almost moaned, "stay  with mo, I beg of you to stay with met  Aly life's been ii misery since'you've  not been���������everything is flat and without flavor. We've taken a year out of  the radiance that is given to man but  sparingly.' Dou't lot's throw away an-  other moment of it. I love you���������oh,  God, how I love you.!"-  His head wns"buried in lior lap.'acd,  slowly she took off her long glove and  stroked the hair she remembered so  woll.  ~  '  "Aro yon  perfectly sure you want  me?" she asked softly. *  And so it happened that on the second  anniversary of their wedding Jlr. nnd  Mrs. George Witherspoon wero seen  by a party of gay young fricuds taking  dinner at tbe St. Nicholas. "Gad!" as  one of the men said later. "They were  like..two. ohildren  off  on  a lark, and  TJ.E JWIJJIJK5 EXCJiMGE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day houso in town.  Tbe bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  Froe Bus .Meets R\\ Trains.  GUS LU.ND Proprietor  F. JWeCJIRTY  .Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  .MIDTTOcN .MD S<fll3SJI<SE  Fish   ami   Game   in    Season.       Markets   tit   llevelstoke,  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Luke City, and Ferguson.  Columbia House  Tlio   largest hotel   iu  town.        Centrally    located  Choice   Wine.,   Liquors   and   Cigars  Best    accommodation. Hatos    SI "  jicr     day  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed rooms,     lttite.  Tnblo    furnished   with  the choicest the market  affords.      l.est   Wines ^  Liquors    and      Oigars  VI.00 a day.     Monthly race.  .T. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lako District  Saddle,    anil     Pucl..  "-always lor hire.  Horses  FYeighling-  specially.  and   Teaming   a 11  Daily Stage leaves  for Trout Lake City  at 7 o'clock  Thomson's Landing every morning  For particulars write ,.   '���������  '   . CRAIG & HIT-LMAN, Thomson's Lani~iing'.  (j  To .secure oiie of thoso desirable lots  CMEAPon-tho. C. &���������__. Steam Navigation Company's situ." ���������  .  I  Dont    wait ���������  till    t.he    boom  our way, but BUY NOW.  comes  CHANCE  HAIG & CRAGE  -     Sole Agents.  aren't they quite the best looking couple  in Cincinnati?"���������Cincinnati Post.  "- Impartial.  The absolute transparency of Wordsworth's naturo was often.vory amiiFing  to his friends, since it sometimes  brought bim to tbe expression of opinions which sceinod diametrically opposed. Onco whilo bo was looking nt a  Magnificent scouo in tbe lake country  bo Mid to his companion:  "Travelers often make thoir boast of  Swiss mountains on tbe ground that  thoy aro two or three times as high as  tho English, but I reply thnt tho clouds  lio so low on them that balf. of them  commonly remain out of sight." The  other answorcd, perhaps rather dryly:  "That is true."  Ho made no defense of  Switzerland,  remembering thnt it was folly to  r_>_r_ tho lion in Ills den,  Ttia Douglas In his hull.  It might he inexpedient to do battle  with tho prophet and priest of English  mountains when ho stood on bis own  ground.  "You cannot see those boasted Swiss  mountains when tbe olouds hang low,"  Wordsworth continued portlnaoiounly.  "Certainly notl"  But after a pnnso, he spoke again.  "But I must admit," he said, '-'yon  fcnow they are there." Hail he beon opposed, ha would not havo withdrawn  an inch. Aa it was," bis own fairness of  mind made him rotract.���������Youth's Companion.  His Cm* ContlnU-d.  John Allinson, a Muhlenberg lawyer,  Is a wng" of whom the -Madisonville  (Ky.) Hustler tells a story illustrative  of th������ fact that oven in tbe preienoe of  death the ruling passion assorts itself.  Ho became ill at his home in Greenville with what was supposed to b������  heart disease,and a pbysician was hastily  summoned. When ba arrived, .John  was gasping for breath, and his friends  expected bim to die at any minute.  When the doctor asked bim what was  tbo matter, he coolly replied, "Doo, I  have an intimation thut my case is  ���������bout to be called, and if possible I  want to get a contiuuanoa."  Tha dootor went to work and, contrary to everybody's expectation, did  get John a continuance, gnd be te (till  Snotlolag law ia Greenville.     _    _ f :  -_HIBo Sure and register at the  BJiLMORJlL .HOTEL  When you reach FEKUUSON.  Thu tabic is provided with tlie host  the market affords.     Kates  lrom  $2  to $.'J per day.  CUMMINGS BUOS..   ���������   Propi ietor..  oJo_2-_  E. Wood  Jlre^iteet  and Builder  _____ timatcB, plans and specifications furnished  on application. Shop anil reirlr work  piomplly attended to. Wood c.uvi K a  special ty.      Work    Hiop   on   Front Street.  (3. PETRETT0  T^e Roman  Shoe .Maker  De-l������r in   Boots  ond    Shoes.    3Iacker:iic  Avenue, two doors eouth Molson's Bank.  Harness Kep.iirir.g dene.  Moderate Prices.   Work cuarantcod.  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  andBetail  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  __;__  What Do ITou  0  Want in Shoes  ���������  Tf you wai.t  L>. J^nktiiH.  a good Minor*' SIiuo  coino  If you want n j_;no.l _t~i-aepi!ctors'Shoe como  to U. Jenkins.  If you wuntn llnoor h'rung Cork Soled Shoo  como to L1 JunkiiiH.  If 3011 wunI il Litis  Lck UonL coiuo to I?.  Jenkins _   .     _  Shoes und Ilnini'ss rupilicd on tlio uliortost  notico. All linn, of work kopt in stock  ni. prices to suit u I.  D. JENKINS  first. Kfcet. ni ������ lilock  llank ot Canada,   Itcvnlsiulio Station,  ���������"run.   llio  Imperial ,  b. c.  WoodfV*. opd!  Guaranteed J^ull  Cord Measure.  Tho undersigned has a largo supply  of Hemlock, Spruce, Fir and Pino  Wood for sale." Any person requiring  wood will kindly leave their orders  with Mr. XV. M. Lawrence, Hoqelstoke  Station, or with II, N. Coursier,'  Front Street, ltuvclstoke.  17ntf  PRANK JULIAN.  Sam Needham  _. _ Cleaned  |gg Altered  1 w v     Repaired  In Good Style ac Lowest Prices.   '  Douglas Street ��������� Rkvklstokb  T^e Vernon Soda  Watep Wopks . .  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Manufactuer of Soda "Water. 3Incror  Aio, Saruaprilla and all Soft Drinks.  A full supply kept in ������tock at McCarty a Cold Storage, whero orders  can belcft. nlO-sw-tf  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  B.acksiruthi-is-, Jobbincr  Pl-_nibine*.   & _~p0 Fitting  Tinsmithing;  Sheet Iron Work  Mad-in������- y Repaired  Winiqg Work a Special_y____BSC_  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Stn. .0/  A LIGHT WOMAN.  Bhe hnd ns mnny lovos ns she had follies,  And ull hor light lores snug her prnlses.  But now bcncntli n tangle of sea hollli's  And palo sen daiHlcs,  Here nt tho limit of tho hollow shore,  Folly and prniso aro covered meetly o'or.  Wo will not tell her bends of benuty ovor.  All thnt we sny nnd till ivo lonvo unsnid  Bo burled with lier now, sinco tliero's no lover  But -.ratters on her bod  Pnnsies for thoughts nnd woodruff whitens she  And, for rcnieiiibrnnco, quiet rosemary.  Bora ts tho end of lnughtcr, nnd hern wither  Sorrow nnd mirth, hero dancing feet fall still.  Hero whero tho sea pinks flower and fade together,  Even ut the wind's wild will.  Ah, lull her softly in her quiet home I  ������bo was your sister, sen, nnd light ns fonm.  ���������~.orn Hopper In Muck nnd Whito..  A ClltCUS KOMANCK.  "Why is Mies Ryland bo indifferent  to men?"  Tho question was asked by a cnrioiu  woman who bad  just left the  dashing  young equestrienne's apnrtmunts at the  Bingling Bros.' oirous one evening last  ������������������ week.  "And why is she so fond of a black  costume?" queried another. "I notico  that she rides in somber colors nearly  every night."  Behind the answer to these interrogatories lies a story flavored with ro-  mauco, bnt unaccompanied by the usual  denouement that makes the romance  complete. There is sadness at the beginning and end of it nnd just enough in  tho middle tbat is joyful to mako the  tale pretty. It is a pathetic narrativo,  on tho whole, and 'intern-ting, though  . it does recount the woes of lovers.  Miss Ryland wns not born into her  art. Sho is not tho seventh daughter of  ��������� a seventh daughter of circus fame. Her  abundant auburn tresses blossomed into  radiance under the warm rays of a Mississippi sun, and her-muscular brawn  was early developed on her fathor's  plantation way down south.  Mr. Kyland was one of the largest  cotton growers in his vicinity. Ho lived  three miloB from his plantation, on tho'  outskirts of a pretty southern town,  r;-His handsome home was tlio scent!"of  -numerousfashionable events', and Elena,  his only daughter, was the most admired  woman iu the place.  In the later eighties a -small circus  visited the town. Mr. Kyland allowed  the management to use part of his spacious grounds for show pioperty. Every-'  - body in tho village was out to seo the  first aud only performauce given by the  ��������� aggregation in tho little city, among  others Elena Ryland. -   "  In the circus was a young bareback  rider, Alfred Julian by name. He had  been with the company "only a few  weeks and was but a mediocre performer'.' By'profession ho was an artist, but  fame and fortune did not roll his way,  and he gavo up the pencil for more lucra-  tive'jomployment under tho canvas.' Ho  was a' good looking, educated fellow of  20 years and became quite popular" with  bis fellow performers. -  The young man. was unfortunate on  bis appearance tbafnight. In attempting to loap through a hoop and on to his  borso's back he misted his footing aud  fell with terrific force on tho bos curbing surrounding the ring. Ho was picked up in nn-unconscious condition, and  it was found tbat bis right arm and leg  were broken..     ���������������������������  The accident stopped tbe show. The  '.pectators left their seats and crowded  abont the ring to learn the extent of  Julian's injury. Mr. Ryland was one of  the first to reach tho youth's sido. The  circus doctor was summoned and advised tbat tho young man be taken at  once to a hospital. There was no hospital in tho place, and tho ouly accommodation available was tho temporary  =-=-- shelter of-the-dressing room... ' --  ��������� -  pair. For hours and bonrs they sat talking, or sho would read to him. Lovers  eould not have heen more companionable. .Neither oould regard tho other  moro highly, yet neither broathod a  word of love,.  Julian romained at tbe Ryland house  until ho hnd completely convalesced.  When he loft, it was ns if tho son of the  family had snid farewell to thoso nearest aud dearest to him. Alfrod kissed  Elena goodby.  "I am going to study art again," be  (aid,'"and I will writo you when I gut  buck to Now .Torf-cy. I shall always ro-  momber your kiudnoss. Somo day I  mny bo able to repay it."  Three months after ho left George  Rylund, woalthy sugar planter, was a  business wreck. Faithless employees  bad robbed him, his property hud beeu  mortgaged, but there wus not enough  mouvy on hand to pay off tho dobt, and  the family wero forced to givo up their  'legaut home and tako quarters in 11  pour quarter of tho village. Tho blow  was too much for Kylnud. Tho worry  und .strain uniiorved him, aud ho died a  short while after of shocr physical collapse.  Elena Ryland and her mother were  in destitute circumstances. The girl resolved to bo tho support of the family  and to that ond sought employment in  lhu town. She was not successful and  iu despair wrote to her friond Julian  iu Mow Jersey. Sho beggod him to get  ner a position in the circus. Sho was a  fairly good rider and, with a littlo  prnctico, thought sho could hold her  own iu a secoud rate company.  Julian had mado a good start iu the  enst aud offered the despondent girl an-  othor way out of hor trouble. Ho proposed uiiirriuge. Ho had loved her, be  Eaid, many months,'but hesitated, bo  cause of his lowly position, to ask' her  to bo his wife. Kow that they wero  both ou tho same level financially she  uii^bt look with moro favor on his suit.  Elena accepted tho proposal, but sho  sould not, out of respect to her father's  memory, marry within a year. So she  asked Alfred if he could not meantime  secure for hev a position with the circus  with whicli ho hud traveled.  That's how Elena Ryland camo to ho  a bareback rider in a big circus. Whj  she is not lho wife of Alfred Julian is  another story. Alfred concluded to go  to Paris aud finish his studies, while  Eloua was waiting for tho year to elapse  sutil tliey could be uuited in marriage.  Klena wus successful as u daiiug rider,  aud within a -few mouths after she  started with'the ono ring show she received an "offer from tho Kiugliugs. Sho  has been with them for the last three  years.  Julian never came back from Paris.  IIo took, sick and died-of ;pneumonia.  Miss Ryland did uot even know that he  bad beeu ill until sho received word of  bis death.- His body was laid to rest in  Prance. - -   -., ���������  The hows of her lover's demise was a  terrible shock to Miss Ryland, and for  two wcoks after tho information reach-  Ed her she,was too ill to fill her part.  Por ������ year she rodo in mourning cos-,  . time, and even nov. sho wears black  most of tho time. Sho is quiofc and does  cot mingle much with the rest of the  performers. Her mother travels with  her. TBo young - woman rarely speaks  of her love affair and its sad ending,  and very fow of -her friends know the  story cf her lifo. It is such au unhappy  story, too, that the young folks in the  big, jolly aggregation of performers do  uot liko to hear it.���������St. Louis Republic.  Ryland came to the aid of the management by offering tho uso of bis homo  to the injured man. Tho offer wns  gratefully accepted, and Julian was removed to the magnificent Ryland residence for treatment." The generous, noble hearted planter went further. He  insisted on calling in tbe family physician to" treat Julian, and whon the circus left town tho noxt day tho bareback  rider was resting easy in tho most comfortable quarters be bad enjoyed sinco  he quit bis eastern borne three week*  before.  Julian required a nurse. Elena Ryland, sympathetic and loving, gladly  took npon herself tho task of ministering to tbe needs of tbo suffering mau.  Sbe would bo his nurse, she declared,  and Ehe performed ber duty more faithfully and with greater pleasure than  could be expected of any paid servant.  The second day after bis fall Julian  regained consciousness. He opened his  eyes and looked in wonderment on bis  strango surroundings. He did uot^sppak  for several moments. Then bo inquired  in a soft voico of bis fair atteudaut,  "Where am I?"  "You are in a friend's bouse," Miss  Ryland replied. "The circus is gone,  but you need not wtary for your safety.''  ' He did not "worry. He suffered excruciating pain and often would have  murmured over bis lot, but the gentle  words of his watchful nurse helped him  to bravely bear bis troubles in silence.  Slowly be recoyered. As be grew better be learned to appreciate the service  of bis kind attendant. She was more  than a sister to bim, and ber heart was  filling with more than a sister's love  for a friend in distress.  He asked all about bis accident and  tbe events following it. Ho was somewhat humiliated at bis ill luck and  vowed be would never again enter the  oircus ring. Miss Ryland was fascinated with bis stories of circus lifo and li~fc  tenod intently to every word that fell  from his lips.  Tho patient was interested in his fafer  nurse. He f ally reciprocated hor attachment for him. A fooling stronger than  tbat of friendship endeared her to him.  He was in love with her, but ho dared  not tell hSr. Hor Btation in lifo, he  thought, was bo far above bis that to  dream of such a thing wero folly.  Ihe _J������y������ pssMd pleasantly for the  Whipped.the Four Ilandrcd.  . An oflicer of lho Eteamer Empress ol  Japan, recently arrived at Vancouver  from the orient, tells of an exciting  street fight which he witnessed in tbe  streets of Hongkong prior to the sailing  of his vessel. Thoro are many sailors iu  thntharboi-attached_to-tho-war_vossel"  of various nations, and they' imbib*  strong uution.il prejudices as tbey watch  tho international game in the east. The  trouble started in a saloon. ' Tho Russian sailors combined with tho French  and Germans und ..formed a double line  down a narrow street and dared any  Johnny Bull or Yankee to pass.   -  . The English nnd Amorican sailors  joined forces and found tbey mustered  130 to lho enemy's .100. Nothing daunted, tbey seized a lot of jiurikishas, formed a wedge with them, and rushed on  the foreigners with a cheer. Tbey broke  the line, smashed tbo jinrikisbas and  continued the light with fists and pieces  of tho debris until, as tho informant  relates, tli6y had tho 400 allies badly  whipped. Tho din was dreadful, bul  abovo it roso thu hinging of "America"  ���������nd "God Suva tho Queen," both, ol  courso, to the same tune. - The authorities wero powerless and appealed to the  commanders of the warships, who ordered the men to stop, and the hostilities ceased.  Thus has been begun the much talked  of Anglo-Saxon alliance against tha  World.���������Argonaut.  Turkish  Treachery  EIGHT    HUNDRED   CHRISTIANS  MURDERED  CZAR'S LIFE ATTEMPTED  British Troops Sent to Candia���������Delgoa  Bay ��������� Germany Indignant���������Chamberlain Coming West-British Vice  Consul -Murdered���������The battle at  Omdurman���������Fifteen Thousand Killed  London, September "���������.���������The Earl  of  Wlnchilsca   Is   dead.  RUSSIAN   INTRIGUE  Li Hung Chang has been dismissed  from  ollice  in  disgrace for his intrigues   with   Russia.  DREYFUS  CASIO  The French government has decided  to reopen  lhc Dreyfus caso.  KHALIFA'S   ESCAPE  Tlio Khalifa in his escape from the  Anglo-Egyptian   cavalry   managed   to  toke witli hiin in liis Uight 3,000 men.  The" war correspondent of  the  Daily  Telegraph at Oindurman says:  "After  the entry o������ the troops into the Dervish   capital,  it was  found  necessary  to   further     bombard    the-  Khalifa's  bouse.     General   Kitchener   and   his  staff   were   standing   iu   the   vicinity  and narrowly escaped being killed by  the   shells.   I   estimate   the  enemy's  killed  at more than  15.000."  DONCASTER   RACES  At  Doncaster  on  September  7th   a  three   year  old,   named    Wildffower,  won  the  St.  Leger stakes.  MRS.   GLADSTONE'S   HEALTH  Mrs.   Gladstone   is   reported   to   be  In.very bad health.  VICE-CONSUL MURDERED  The St. James Gazette says that  the report of the murder of Colonel  Reid, the British vice consul at  Candia is confirmed by a telegram  received tit the war- oflice. and that  It is further announced that 20  British sailors and soldiers were killed  In the riots. Quiet is now restored.  ATTEMPT ON THE CZAR'S .LIFE  ' The anarchists' have made another  unsuccessful attempt on the Czar's  life. -. ���������    ���������        "  WORLD'S  WHEAT  SUPPLY  - Sir William Crooks, president of  the British Association," predicts that  the world's wheat supply will fail to  be sufficient, for the demand after  1931. '      , . ���������"  DELGOA -BAY   ' -J.  The   Cape  Town   correspondent, of  the Daily-Mail stales that Great Britain   has" leased ~ from   Portugal     the  ,,town   of   Lorenzo   Marques,   on     the  north   side   of  Delgoa    Bay,   which  gives practical  control  of the Bay.  ANGLO-AMERICAN   LEAGUE .  - Colonel'Hay, tbe United States ambassador- to Great Britain, was presented in London yesterday with an  ��������� address by ��������� the Anglo-American  League.  MASSACRE OF CHRISTIANS r '  The-correspondent of The Times at  Candia telegraphed yesterday saying:.  "It is estimated that no fewer than  S00 Christians have been massacred  aud the town pillaged by Bashi  Bazouk's and Turkish soldiers. All  the reports agree as to the disgrace-'  ful behavior of the" Turkish troops,  who were scon iiriig on Colonel, Reid.  The mob ran through the streets  shouting 'death to the English.' A  part of the town is still burning."  ��������� TROOPS FOR CANDIA  -   Athens,   September   9.���������The     Asty  says   lhat  it_ learns .from..authentic  Snow in  Sarcastic -Novelist.  The people who want���������and > do not  gcruplo to ask for���������favors from public  men aro sometimes so unreasonable as  ilmost to deserve a rude answer. Such  tn answer, for example, as The Golden  Penny quotes:  A certain novelist, not unknown to  fame, received from a lady an unstamped letter asking tbo loan of his book, on  the plea that she could not obtr.in it at  the bookEeller's in her town. His reply  Was worded as follows:  Dear Madam���������In the town where yon re-  Hde there appears to Le n lack of nil torts ot  things whicli nre easily procurable el_cwher������  ���������not only of my recent work, but _'-50 ct post-  Dge stamps for letters. Ii.have in ir.y posses  ���������Ion, It is true, tho book you desire*to obtau  end also the stamps to pay us carriage, but,  to my regret, I am without tho necessary  Bring to mako it into a parcel." If yoa can  tupply me with a piece, I am at your service.���������'  U-  :  \ A Ht-Ief I_unn In Spanish.  "Commcrcio" aud "incommunicado"'  ���������till provo that tho American editor ij  unaware that double m's do not exist  In the Spanish language.���������Mexican  Herald. <!  Ontario  THE   SEED   GRAIN    BONDSMEN  WANT RELEASE  THE PLEBISCITE CAMPAIGN  sources that as soou as the British  troops arrive in Candia from Malta  the Turkish garrison will be expelled, martial law proclaimed and  the ring leaders in the lato ,riot will  be put upon their trial.  GERMAN-INDIGNATION  Rome,' September 9.���������A despatch to  the Tribuna from Paris says: "Count  Von Muniter. the German ambassador, has notified the French government that if letters purporting to have  been written by the Emperor William are produced in court, as other  than the forgeries which they are,  that  he -will  demand  his  passport.  BICYCLIST WORLD'S CHAMPION  Vienna, September 9.���������Cherry, the  English bicyclist, won the world's  amateur championship at Vienna yesterday, riding 100 kilometres in two  hours, 12 minutes and 23 and 3-5  seconds, thus  breaking tho record.  CHAMBERLAIN ' IN NEW YORK  New York, September 9.~The Hon.  Joseph Chamberlain has arrived at  New York, and in reply to question-  states that his visit has no political  significance. ....  .   FALL   OF" A .BRIDGE  u Two  men have been killed  and  10  seriously   injured   by   the    fall   of  a  bridge  in  New  York.  HOME  SICK  SOLDIERS  The United States secretary for war  says that many soldiers in the United  States  camps  died   from  bom������ sickness.  ANGLO-GERMAN   TREATY  I   The  Hon.  Joseph   Chamberlain  admits   tliat  an'-Anglo-German   treaty  has been  signed.  YELLOW    FEVER    AT    SANTIAGO  Yellow      fever    has    broken      out  amongst the immunes at Santiago. -  CHAMBERLAIN'S" VISIT  Tbe  Hon. Joseph  Chamberlain has  decided  to  visit the  west.  ULTIMATUM TO AQUINALDO  Washington. September 9.���������Tho extreme gravity or the situation in the  Philippines is indicated by the d.s-  patch of General Otis which says he  had. given Aqiiina.uo 24 hours to evacuate the suburbs of Manila. This  was the subject of an important conference at the White House yesterday.  A Large Attendance at Toronto Exhibition���������Chamberlain to Visit Toronto���������  The Grain Standard ��������� Accident to  Ponton ��������� Methodist Conference-  Hammond   Will  Hang���������Rate War  Winnipeg,  September tl.���������Tho  Canadian   Wheelman   Association    races  havo been iixeil for Saturday.  GRAIN   STANDARD  The grain standard board has been  made  pcrinaucunt.  SNOW  Buow foil  along the Canadian Pac-  Ulc  Railway,   between   Rat    Portage  and Port Arthur yesterday.  BEED   GRAIN   BONDSMEN  The  Dominion   government   is  asked   to   release  the   North   West   seed  bondsmen.  PLEBISCITE CAMPAIGN  Winnipeg prohibitionists arc act veiy  prosecuting the plebiscite campaign.  THRESHING MACHINE ACCIDENT  Reml. St. Luke has been killed in  a threshing accident near St. Jean  Baptiste.  TORONTO  EXHIBITION  Toronto. September 9.���������Sixty thousand  people  visited  the  Toronto  exhibition  yesterday.  CHAMBERLAJN WANTED  ' In view of-the report that Mr. Jos.  Chamberlain is to arrive in New  York. Mayor Shaw lias written him  to come here. It is expecled he will  come.  LORD   HERSCHELL  The   Toronto   board   of  trade   will  give a banquet to Lord Herschell.  CONSTABLES'  BILL  The   argument -  on   the    constable  vote question is in course of progress  ln the'Toronto court of appeal.  METHODIST  CONFERENCE  The   Methodist   conference   now   in  session   at   Toronto,   recommend   the  custom of giving a tenth or tithes o������  ones possession" to the church, and refuses   to   women   seats  as   delegates.  GOVERNOR CAMERON  ILL  Ottawa,   September  9.���������Lieutenant  Governor Cameron, of the North West  -Territories,   is   In ^ very  poor  health,  and has asked- for leave of absence,  so  as  to be  able to  come and  visit  his old home at Godericii.   Leave has  been granted and Mr. Justice Richardson will act as administrator during  Mr." Cameron's   absence.  RAILWAY  RATE   WAR   .  , Tho railway_ rate, war is practically  settled. ���������-_"-���������-.  * "        JAMAICA "  The Jamaicans are agitating for admission   into  the   Dominion.  '"' HAMMOND  TO  HANG  ' The  government   decline   to   remit  the   death    penalty  In   the  case    of  Hammond,   who   was   convicted'   of  wife murder.  BUSH  FIRES  Victoria,     September    9.���������Albc.ni,  B. C.'is threatened with destruction  by the bnsh fires raging in  the  immediate  vicinity,  ACCIDENT TO PONTON  U. lleville, September 9.���������Ponton,  the bank clerk, under the charge of  robbing the Dominion bank, has mcl  with a bicycle accident, anil is reported seriously injured.  ~    '"''    ' "   DECLINED""'-    -���������-=--  Montreal, September 9.���������The Dominion government has declined the  offer made by the Elder Dempster  Steamship Company to carry mail  matter free from Montreal lo Bristol.  THE WARDROBE.  .   Russia's  wheat crop'  is  said  to  be  a   failure   this   season.  Tho Mennonite reserve in Manitoba  bas been quickly taken up. One party  of 70 farmers from North Dakota is  moving in the fall in a body with  cattle  and  effects.  "The loss incurred by the "London  Electric Lighting Company, Ontario,  from fire on thoir premises amounts  to something like ?25,000. It was,  however, fully insured.  From Brandon comes tho information of a hare faced case of housebreaking. Mrs. Chas. Hall wns returning home and met a man coming  out of the house, who accosted hor  with "good morning," mounted his  bicycle and rode off. Mrs."llall found  on examination thnt-her gold watch  and several other valuables were  mlBBing.   The police are on the track.  A reward of $250 is offered for the  arrest of Wm. Pepo, by the governor  of Montana. Pepo was once in the  North West Mounted Police in Macleod. and worked for the McLaren  Lumber Company last winter. He  went to Pincher Creek last spring  with his companion, whom he murdered and robbed in Choteau, Teton  county, Montana, about June 1st last.  ���������Free  Press.  Pretty Materials nnil Trimmings For Prat.  ty "Wearers.  Mousholino do soio continues to be a fn-  vorito trimming for wraps nnd costumes  nf silken fabrics. Tho long trnlnod skirt  of n wedding gown just finished Is covered  to half irs lioight by rulllos of this shoor  material, enoh hoadud by a niching of  inouFsi'liiin. A moussolinoflohu lormspnrt  of the defloration of tbe bodice Sponklng  nt wedding cnstinnus, n now way of i������r-  rniiKlng tho tullo veil is to gather It In a  llltlu ch. u nt tlio lop of the head, tbo obou  bcinu; uAclrcleil by 11 littlo orown composed  of ornngo blossom buds.  Blnck mou-RelliiQ do solo Is much used  Air general trimming, for silk costumes  and .especially tor ilm llnyonpesnnd wrapt  which give so elT-Ctlvonliiil-li to tlio fnsh-  loiuibli! summer toilet.' Pliiltotl, ruffled,  pilgcd with whito or lilnck lnco or stlffonui.  by bands of sntln or velvet ribbon, it Is nl-  inosc unlverhully peon and is ns pretty ne  It Ih frnll.  Shepliordiiss bats nre fully rovived, not  unly for girls, little and largo, but for wo-  nion. Those lints hnvo .-1 rather wldo brim  ^bioh dips In front nud nt the bnok, rising  -     GIRL'S BUMMER FROCK.  at the sldos, whero clustors of flowers are  usually placed bonontli, nest tho hnir.  Flowers aro naturally tho appropriate trimming, roses and field flowers boing preferred.  An imitation .01 grass linen is now  mndo ontlroly of silk and Is moro satisfactory than tbo real linen, as it doos not so  qulokly become stringy. Strliiginess is an  un_niling'"cbn_nctori__ic of linen, and appears after .a vory fow hours' wear.  The Illustration shows .1 protty wash  gown for a girl 12 years old. It is of  mauve and whito plaid zophyr, tho skirt  being quito plain. Tho blouso bodico bas  a plastron of plain mauvo zephyr nnd _>  sorb of triple yoke of tho snmo goods covered with whito guipure, with trlplo epaulets to niatab. Tho Elceves nro of plaid  zephyr, tho bolt of mauvo ribbon..  JUDIC ClIOM-iT.  THE  LATEST  MODE.  Brlght Colors Prevail Among" Si $-____"  Gowns and Accessories. "'.  Bright, clear shades aro tho mode, *t-_S,  green, violet" iind red ln various toncii boing tho fnvorite-coloTs.-~"-Grrij;"i.s"iilnd~woir  worn, combined with white, rod or grcon.  Ribs and stripes',' especially thoso woven  horizontally, aro in high fnvor, mid -hep-  herd's chucks of different sizes nro also  worn. Plain and glnco poplins in nil ool-  ors nre among tbo season's matoriiils, and  fanoy wools,.in which wnvod or chovron  lines appear, whilo voilos of tho most  transparent toxturo are enormously fashionable The last named materials uro  plaited, tucked finely, made inlo innumerable riiftle.-i and usod for shirred sleeves  and full ohemisuttes as well as for en tiro  costumes.  Bright colored sun umbrellas with immense clublike hnndlcs nro produced fur  manner uso.    Tliey are rolled in u silk  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ������������������������ Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call find seo us. XVe can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Rovolstoke Station, B. C.  IMPERIAL B^NK.   OF CANADA  Hoad Office. Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  njeserve     - j ���������__-   1,200,000  Directors:  H, S. Howland, President  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pres., (St.Catharinee)  William Ramsay, lloouit Jailray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner  Elias Rogers.  D. R. Wilkie. General Manager.  Branohoa  North West und British Columbia  Brandon      Poitage Ia Vancouvei  Calgary Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton   Prince Albert  Revelstoke  South Edmonton.  ONTARIO.  Essex Niagara Fulls   jSt. Thomas  Fergus        Port Colborne .Toronto  Gait Rat Portage     i Welland  Ingersoll    Sault St. MarieiWoodstock  St, Catharines |  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents   in    Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money may be deposited  for  transfer by  letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agents in the United States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First, National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of $1 and upwards received and  interest allowed.  Debentures��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted fop at any of  tho Hudson's Bay Co's Posts in the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN,  Manager Revelstoke Brar.-h  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE,  Shortest and  Quickest Route  -���������To Yukon and   Klondike Gold  Fields.  To Eastern and European poiuts.  . To Pacific Coast, China, Japan  and Australia.'  TOURIST  CARS  Pass Revelstoke daily to St.  Paul, except "Wednesday-, to  eastern points. "  Magnificent sleepiu^ aud diniug  cars on all trains.  Tickets issued through and  baggage checked to destination.  }fUx������-J  NEW TOQUE.  cane matching the tint of tho umbrella  cover, which may be plain or changeable.  or oven plaid or chocked.  Tho prettiest Ftonmer nips nro those  made like the golf- enpos���������thnt is, showing ono color on ono sido nnd n different  one on tho other. Somotitr.es tho two colors are plain, sometimes ono side is checked, striped or ploiiled. Ono, of tho ino.it  attrnctivo is a dull blue on the outside,  with bluo fringe, whilo the ii."=iilo is scar-  lot, nnd tbero i.i a capo to match.  Tho illustration Riven today shows a  toqtio which is entirely composed of a  wrinkled pint of heaver colored nonpalitan  brnld���������that m.-iilo ot horsehair. This Is  draped over tho slinpu, the front being  adorned with clusters of fancy feather*  with large turquoise spots. Tlio fcathorf  are clasped by a gold and turquoise buckle,  J ".TIC CHOLLSX,  Daily Trains Leave Revelstoke  Eastbound 7:10 a.m.  Westbound 5:20 p.m.  Southbound tor all Kootenay  points 8 a.m.  For    information,   time    cardt,  maps and tickets apply to__ ,   T. W. miADSUAW.  Agent, Kevelstoke.  XV.   l'\    Akdicrson*,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  li. 3. Coyu-j, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parlliment. ISM  Paid up Capital     ���������     $2,000,000  Rest Fund   -     ���������     -    1,500,000  Head  Off-Go���������Montreal  BOARD OP DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbal'*  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  ll. Markland Mnlson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Managei  A. D. Durnford.  Inspector  H. Lock wood, Assistant Inspector  The hank receives on favourable  terms the account-of individuals, firms,  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposit* at  current rates.  English and American exchange  bought and Eold at lowest rates.  BRANCHES :  Aylmer, Ont. Ottawa, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.     Owen Sound, Ont.  Calgary, Alta.       Ridgetown, Ont.  Clinton. Ont. Smiths Falls, Oct  Exeter, Ont. Sorel, P. Q.  Hamilton, Ont,      St. Thomas, Ont.  London, Ont. Toronto, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.        TcrontoJunc'n.Ont  Montreal, P. Q.      Trenton, Ont,  St. Catharine      Waterloo, Ont  St. Branch.      Woodstock. Ont  Morrisburg,nnt    Winnipeg, Man  Norwi *h. Ont.        Vancouver, B, C.  Simcoe,  Ontario;    Revelstoke, B. C;  .   Victoria, B. C.     Quebec.  Itevelstoke Brnneh:    J.  D. Molson, Manager  CHURCH DIRECTORT.  A,fKTHODIST CHURCH - Revelstoke.  ",������-1 Preaching services at 11 _.m. nnd 7_K>  p.m. Class meeting: at tho cloeo of the  morning service. . t'-bbath School and Bible  Clans at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday evening at 7_3u p.m. Tho  public are cordially invited.   Seats free.  HEV. S. J. THOMPSON. Pastor.  PHURCE OF ENGLAND���������St. Peter's  ^ Revelnoke Hours of Bcrvico: Evening  prayer daily at s o'clock, Fridays at 7_30.  Sundays and Festivals: Holy Communion at,  a-n5-^.?.or5.il~B Prayer at 11. Sunday School  nnd Bible Class at 2:30, evening pniyir at 7:30.  First Bunday in the month Holy Commnnion  at morning services.  FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  pRESB.TEItlAN CHURCH���������Revelstoke.  .*��������� Servico ever) Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7_������  p.m. Bib'e Cliss at 2:30 p.m., to which  all aro welcome Prayer meeting at 8 p.m,  every Wednesday.  BEV. T. MENZIES. Pastor. -"  IJOIIAN   CATHOLIC   CHURCH ���������Revel-  Av   Btote.     Mass  first and third Sundays in  month at 10_30 a.m.   REV. FATHER THAYEK.  SALVATION ARMY���������Meetings every night  in their hall on Front Street.  ffevelstoKe  Hospital  M.-_ernity,ltooin in connection.  -'  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  -tegular meetings are held in the  Oddfe'lows' Hall on tho seoondand  four in v. ,rln sdays of each month  at 7:3U y> is. Visiting brethren  cordially united.  Dr. T. Jeff., W. M.: T. J. Grahame, Rec. Sec.  -V. G. Birney, Fin. Sec.:   K. S. WilBOn, Treas.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F..N0.3461.  Meets    in'   the    Oddfellows' Hall  on    tbe  I 2nd and Ith Fridays of  each month. Visiting  brethren invited to  attend.  J. B. Scott, C. R.  ,    -  J. L. Smith, R. S.  TIME C/\RD  Subject to chango without notice.  Trainsr,un on Pacific Standard Time.  GOINO  8:00 a  8_.a  !������:36a  _S-_.11 a  10.03 a  10:18 a  10:38 a  10:50 a  1.-.V3  A.iivt  WEST  ni Leavo..  .Radio   .Strath Fork...  ....Sproulo'6....  ���������. ..W hitewater.. .--  ... .Boar Lako ...  ...McGuigan....  Cody Junction  ooiso KAer  .Arrive 3:50 p m  3:15 p m  2:15 p m  -2������0p m-  1:48 poi  1.38 pm  1:13 p m  Drs McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants!  Dp. .Malloek  Physician and Surgeon, McKenzie  Avenue, Hevelstokc Station. B. C.  If   you   want   employment, or -~  looking for a houso to rent when  you reach Vnncouvcr apply to  The  Vancouver Employment  and  House  Renting Agency  331.    Hastings    Street.    West..  Tfoe Revelstoke  Pl?oto Company  kevelstoke. B. C;  STUDIO: DOUGLAS STREET.  J. R. Hull  & Company  m_  m  m  m  _.  mArrivo.... Sandon .... Leave 1_"0p  ~ CODY UM  11 .DO am.... Sandon.... Arrive 11:15 em  :11:20 am ���������Cody Leave 11:25 am  ROBERT. IRVINO   1  GEO.F.COP1CLAND  G. F. and P. A.        i        Siiperlnton ent  CHOICEST  c_g_7_r.s  tobaccos  cigarettes  soft dfu.nk,s  ice crejija sodas  ice cream '  Bicycles   Kopairod  and For Hire.  R. JA. SJAYTJiE  mlG-lf THIRD STREET CKNTRK.  ^If You Want������������������  PORE COWS .MILK,  Guaranteed Unadulterated.  Butchers    and    Wholesale    and  Retail Dealers In Beef, Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All orders in  onr line promptly  tllloil ���������"  So to'TJIE EUROPE, DAIRY'  MRS. F. JULIAN.  L. A. FRETZ  Contpaetop and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Guaranteed  _���������.     Terms Oaab Ii 3j������:-tr3rt-b'-b'*-'1  Artist's  Materials  Oi the.5" we Imve ft compli-le supply nf articles required, ���������hi-Ii in Oil Color.-. I'.rushe.i,  pali-iie llourd.", I'ftleite Kulvui, mul Oils.  For the Draughtsman  and Architect.  Everything r<>-iiiri'.l in ilii.r line will be  i.iund iit hum 1: .ui'li ii" nil ".Iml* of drawing  and Traeins l.inen nml I'-I-its Itii-triimcnls,  l-iil.������. Square.-, iin.l i.t.lo.-rd Iirnwliif Inks.  Vi.ii -r-l-r-i j.r.'niii.'lj- attended '.o.  Nl-,'1.1 Hell Oi: iKi'.r.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  C'i:_3. It. Mc-Ho.v_Ln. MaiiAger.  Itevelstoke Station, II. C.  LOCAL  AHD_CENERAL   NEWS  * 0:?. ."it tlioVk". for a sandwich.  Kev. !5. J. Thompson returni'tl on  Monday evening from Golden.  Jut. McMiili-ii experts lo get. moved  into his new blacksmith shop on  Thursday.  Alex. Mcintosh .ind J. ;il. Whyte  ciiiiie in on Monday from Keystone  mounti tin.  .Sixty tons nf nre from the Silver  Cup was >liippecl lust week to the Hall  mines at Nelson.  Mrs. Skinner, who is visiting friends  nt Vancouver at present, is expected  home on Saturday,  E. XV. Matthews, representing It. G.  Dun to Co.'s Mercantile Agency, was  in town on Monday.  Mr. Hunter, general agent of tbe  Manufacturers Life Assurance Co.,  Nelson, was in town yesterday.  Const. McRae anil Sanely McDonald  left on Monday evening on it shooting  expedition to iiie Shuswap lakes.  " A report iscurrent thata well-known  lumber company will erect -10 c-oLtages  on Second and Third streets, east.  * Lime juice. Hnnyadi water. Buffalo Li thin, water, at the Canada Drug  & Book Co., Ltd., Revelstoke  Station.  J: tl. Turnliull returned on Saturday from ."i visit to some milling properties on Canyon Creek. Trout Lake.  ��������� J. KernHghan  hits  the  contract for  the erection  of two i-ottnges on  McKenzie  avenue,   south,   for  T.  E. L.  . Taylor.  '��������� * Don't forget that all the different,  school hooks and supplies of all kinds  aie kept.at the Canada Drug is Book  Co.. Ltd., Kevelstoke Station'.  The force of men nt work in the Le  Roi mine nt Riisslund has been increased lately tn 225. nnd the dailj-output of ore to'350 tons.  With seven places to hoar from in  Cassiar, the result of tho. polls so far  as ivrtiiin is us follows : Gilford 174,  Irving, 13_, .McTavish 51.  * All Uieinbers of tbe Loyal Orange  Lodge are especially i-i-f|nested to be  present at this evening's meeting in  their hall at. S u'l-loi-k.    Important.  The French Creek Cotn~.1a.n5* started  to cleanup on Sunday last, earlier than  was at first proposed as thoy intended  to have another cleanup before the  senson closes.  Geo. Laforme runic in on Moutlay  from the Big Bend with his puck  train. He will ln.-id up with supplies  for the French Creek Co. aiul return  in .-i few days.  The jury in the cm-oner's inquest on  the victims, of the Trent bridge disaster on Vancouver Island, have just  lu-onght in ii verdict that the defeased  came U> their death through the breaking of the bridge from cause or causes  unknown.        _        __   .  Hammond, the murderer, will be  hanged at Hrai-ebridge to.noi'io'V.  i Carpenters have started work on  I Tapping's new theatre on Second  I streel.  P. It. Peterson is cleaning up the  lot, next, lhe Hi~iiai.d otlk-e today, anil  will have it fenced.  l-iililer, Conservative M. P. P. for  Sinith Ontario was unseated for  bribery by bis agent.  A party of 10 men will leave to-  liiiui ow with a boat, load of supplies  for the French Creek ciiinpany.  Miss S.'iviiKO left Monthly morning  for CianlirooK to niirv. bor brother,  W. Savage, who is lying ill of mountain fever.  Mrs. .M. IC. Tjinv.-on has received a  luigi! i-iinii',ily of silk goods which it  will repay uny lady to inspect. She is  nisi) unloading a consignment of Indies'  kid gloves.  A very small hoy was left on the  stal ion platform yesterday when No. 1  pulled out. Mr. it. A. Perley has  taken charge of the youngster till his  friends can be 1-oiiiiiiiiiiiciil.oil with.  J. Sand's team took leavo yesterday  afternoon nnd slarteil down Front  Street ut a terrific pure. They turned  the corner successfully anil started  across Douglas street, into tins underbrush, where lhey came to grief, little  the worse for their mad flight.  Messrs. Hutchison & Co. h-ive disposed of their business lo Geo. Bell to  Co.. the well known merchants nf  Knilerby. B. C, who will take possession hero about October 15th. In the  meantime Messrs. Hutchison to Co.  will dispose of all their stock of  groceries, etc.. ut. nearly cosl. See  their iulvcrtUemcnt in another  column.  Last Alonday there was a collision  on the linp nt, ihe loop between two  liiiiiiij, owing to a mistake in running  orders. Road master Giles unci two  Italian employees were killed. It is  difiicult to'ascertain tho particulars at  this time, but it is reported that J.lr.  Giles attempted to jump when he saw  that a collision was inevitable and fell  between the cars .-md his body was cut.  in two. Commissioner Armstrong  was notified and lel'l for lbe loop that  evening.���������Craubrook Herulil.  Ed. Adair came in yesterday from  Laforme crock, and reports the Adair  group looking exceedingly well.' The  tunnel is in about tf. feet'but it. lacks  nbniit eight foot of cutting the ledge,  which will he done in a few days when  a rich deposit, will undoubtedly lie  exposed. In several places on the  claims Air. Adair has hud the ledge  stripped und in every case from ten  inches to two anil a half feet of solid  galena ore was found. Some splendid  samples of ore were brought in from  tbo group yesterday, ar.d Mr. Adair  will ship them tin In the shareholders  for assay and examination.  The Sunshine, Limited  The Sunshine, Limited, the owners  of t.ho now famous Silver Cup mine in  tbe Trout Lake district, has. tlie  Nows-Adviii't.iser is informed, just received from the Si.'lby StiieU.iii._r nnd  Lead company cheques for :-il2..'V2l.i)5  (freight, treat ment and duty charges  deducted) in respect of shipments of  1271 Ions, 310 pounds of Silver Cup ore  lo f he smeller. A furl her .shipment  of.-ibout 50 tons has just gone forward. This makes a total of something over (550 tons shipped during the  In-.! few months, all the ore being of  the same high grade character. ���������  News-Ad verlisur.  The Pi airie City Quart otto, consisting of Mis* Xeliie Campbell, i-outi-allo:  Mi-s. Stanley Ad.-.ms, baritone ; and  Mr. Fred. Kennedy, coi net ist, will  visit ReveKtfike oii Oct. 12th giving  on _ nf their excellent concerts in Tapping's theatre.  Some pood sales of mining proper-  tie, aie nov.- Iiuing talked of froin the  Liii.k'itu i'.ii'.i a few w.-eks will see the  deal.- put thiough nnd the new owneis  lake hold of tbein for act nul mine  development.  Huch Mel .lerf-on. of Trout Lake, i*  in town for -~ few ilny? on a business  -. isit. Mr. McPliersen reports a great  amount of development, woik on the  different properties in that locality  and says lh.it the couiiiiy never  looked b.'lt'-r from u mining point of  view than at pic-M-nt.  The thanks of tlif Hi-:k.m.ii <-t.-ilf is  hereby tendered to Mr. J. Mily, gar-  dein'i".' for tbe h.ili~l->oiii_ lii,iirj!i'i-( ������..-nt  tn thi. otiiri" on Monday. A number  of citizens who have seen tb? bouquet,  have ex pre.s*'.! their surp! ise und  admiration of tbe'lurge and handsome  colled ion whicli numbers eleven distinct Viirietie.-.  Messrs. Pete Landrv and John Iiu.���������  sell rettii tied from C_ i-.-i,_,_. (.'reek on  Monday afleiiioon. hitvini; come down  . he entire distance in a I'eleihoiougb  Cj-iiio-. Tl.e l������ miles were made in two  bonis and thi-ee-~|~~ariers. Coming  down tbe r.ipids some water w.is  .shipped, but tliey iveic passed over in  -safety.       ;i  Rev. A. Fi. (_ re. n, of Vancouver,  preached in the Presbyterian church  on Sunday morning anil in the evening in the Methodist church to very  largeaDd appreciative congregation.  In the afternoon on Sunday the rev.  gentleman addressed a large gathering in Tapping's theatre on the lein-  perence question.  The work on the new 05 foot tunnel  on the Towser, for which a contract  "was let some time ago. i.s being  pushed rapidly. Reports from the  iiiine, recently, .tale that the tunnel is  now in about 25 feet and rich oie is  showing up all the way. At the end  of.the65 feet it is expected thut the  lend will be exposed, when the Tower  will prove itself as rich us the Silver  -Cup or Sunshine, which propf-rties it  joins, there is not the least doubt.  Silver Cup mountain will become  world famous shoi tly and will be  us popular amongst mining men us  ���������the Red Mountain of Rossliinrl.  Why Onions Should be Used.  To the Editor of the Herald.       "  Sir: During the Inst epidemic of  cholera in England it puzzled tlio  sanitary inspectors of a, northern town  to understand why the inhabitants of  one cottage, in a eeitain r������iv were not  nlfecteil by the disease r.iging among  tlieir neighbors. Finally it' became  noticed thut u hunch of onions were  ���������siispended-iirthe���������-fortnnat~"~noiwe-'-n~nii~  upon examination these were ull found  to he diseased. It is also i elated Lliut  during a former outbreak of infections  fever in Soiiiors-Xown and St. Giles,  (he French priests who constantly  used garlic in all their dishes visited  the worst cases in the dirties', hovels  with impunity, while the English  c-l.-i-gy who were siiuiliurly engaged  but who did not ent onions in like  fashion caught t.he infection in muny  instances and fell victims to lbe  disease. Raw onions contain an acrid  valiitile oil. sulphur phosphorus, alkaline earthy suits, .starch, nml free nn-  orystaHNed sugar. The fre.-b juice is  colourless, but l.y exposure to tile air  bet-nines red.  Revelstoke, Sept. 13. J. M.M.KY.  BIRTHS  t'r.l'MINO���������At Revelstoke. on Moiiduv.  i-"r.t. .-.lb.   I������R  the   wifo   of   Win.  Fleming, of u son.  McM.oiox-At   Revelitokn,  Monday,  September   5th,   IhO-S.   the   wife ������r  Ja--. Mi'Mahiin. of u diiughter.  MARRIED  I_l._-ii._U,-..i__!iKitl_~OKN���������At. the residence of Mr. C. F. Lindni.-irk. on  Moiid.iv evoninc", September 12lh,  1������j.S, Mr. Fred Lind.-II It". .Mis. Christine Cederharii. The bride has  hit fly arrived from Sweden arcrmi-  paiiied by a lady friend. Mr., and  Mrs. Liiudell will leside in- Kevelstoke.  DIED  O..T.ni~~" ��������� At. Calgary, afc the Holy  Cross hospital, on Kept. 10th, tht!  wife of I<". Ciilder. aged 27 years.  NEW STORE  Fancy Dry Goods  and.,  Ladies' Furnishings  NOW OPEN  M. K. LAWSON,  Opposite Cowan Block.  Little Reasoning is required to demonstrate the fact  that you are saving Money in purchasing  your Dry Goods from us.  DRESS GOODS  Our Dress Goods department is well stocked with all  the latest novelties in Dress Lengths, also Priestly's  world renowned Serges, Henriettas and Figured  Goods. Ladies', Misses' and Children's Hosiery  at very reasonable rates.  Ladies' Cashmere  Hose at 25 cents per pair.  STAPLES  In this department we have very special values in  Flannelettes, Wrapperettes, Flannels, Tweed,  Factory and Bleached Cotton, Pillow Cotton, Sheeting, Blankets, Sheets, Etc. Etc. Full Range-  Excellent Values.  We are now making a special sale in blankets.  We  Are  The  Sole  Agents  The D & A Corset.  For Evening Dress  Women find the D & A Corset na  well suited for evening wear tu it is  for ordinary purposes. It gives'  "chic" to the figure, without stiflf-  nesj or discomfort. It i. sold at  popular prices.  Wear the D & A Corset.   . 22.  For  The  Famous  D. &A.  Corset  BOOTS AND SHOES  For Men. Women and Children, in Great Variety.  CLOTHING  U  For  Men   and \3oys.      Boys'  and   Children's   Suits   from   $1.75.  Men's   Suits   from  S5.C0.       We have an excellent all wool im- ���������  ported "Twe������dHSaaj_.<rS-i_. won_erful~"Vatue   at-$i2.S_r-tit-on--  Monday, Tu_sda7 and Wednesday of next week it is offered to  yo-j for ?io.  Good working Trousers at $1.50 a pair.  MACKINAW  CLOTH]  To   those:   wearing"  Mackinaw   Clothing   we would 'say a. word in  Season,   before   buying   your   winter outfit.      Come and see the  excellence of our Mackinaw Goods.  0  MEN'S FURNISHINGS  This department is now   Complete, the goods are not coming, they  ARE HERE.  House Furnishings  In buying, these goods very naturally you v/ish to see a good  selection. Nowhere else in this town can 7011 see such a  variety of Curtains, Carpets, Art Squares. Linoleumn, Oil Cloth,  Stair Oil Cloth, Rugs, Etc., Etc., as we can sn_vr you.  Pewny's   Celebrated    Kid    Gloves,   $1.00   per   pair.     Every Pair  Guaranteed.  TABLE OIL CLOTH, 25 CENTS PER YARD.  James G  IHE LEADING STORE.    ,  Taylor  Block .... Mackenzie Avenue.  '_*  J"!  Agent for the  Blickensder _er~  Typewriter  ID:____. :i_.:_~"~~~~.  _���������l Gents' Furnishings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy Articles, Patent Medicines, Etc.  POST  0*PFIC*E   STORE,   "E_"Ei*V*__!X._3a?OK:*B _ 03. C  Selling Out  at Nearly  Cost I  Having solil our businc'-s In  Messrs. Geo. Hall A Co., of  ISiidorby, B. C, who will take  possession on Oct. loth, ive will  sell until that date our entire  stork of Groceries, Flour, Provisions, etc., nt almost cost.  Hutchison  & Co.  Fhont Street, K_v___to~~e.  ���������-���������������<������������  Bring  Your  Prescriptions  To  Vs  Rick iipoplc can't afford-  to tako anv chances when -  luwini; piecriptions llllcd,  We take particular pride  in kcKi'ini; ourstock pure  nnd In givnipo-trn care to  the coiiipounilin^: of pre-  scriptions. There'snoth-  iiiK fancy a bout our prices  ���������a fair profit is all wo  want.  Chas. E. Reid & Co.  I  t������s*&-  ���������&%3  liiiSBSffiagSSSK  March  Right On  Go from store to store, examine  llie goods, then price ilium. After  you have been aU around vou'll  Iind you can buy the-HKST and  CrTJSAI'KST, in our line, from ns.  "We sell nothing but tlie very best  of thefollowim;:  ���������   Groceries  A fresh and oom pie tc stock at  ent price!4. 'A choice line of dried  and evaporated fruits : -- canned  jroods 01 every description: choice  dairy and creamery butter ; ck>;s ;  flagnyit teas and coffees ; the best  brands of flour on the market;  fre-h fruit of every kind arrives  daily; vegetables.  Hats  Xo part of man's uttire detracts  from or add--, to his pergonal appearance one-half as inuc]i as his  HAT. It is the iinishinp touch to  the perfect man. If you want tho  proper thing in the hat line, straw,  stiff or felt, properly lifted to your  ���������head, ������i~li and see us. -^~.---.���������-.--���������-;--.  Shirts  Satisfactory shirt" ; that's tho  kind of shirts v. c sell here. Salls-  fni'torv in that thev look well,wear  well aiid lit well. Hold theircolor  too. In patterns lhat are up to  date and slvlish, without being loo  loud. " ~V'-r_n " effects ton. Wc  have them lu colorings tu suit all.  Shoes  Shoes bought of us nre modern,  pliable, stylish and J.our is ruifn.  ������v<j enrry nil the latest novelties in  huoks���������shapes, fancy uppers and  all thnt. rroKpeo-or's and others  should cxKinir-i;our shoe stoek.  Miners ami prospectors  outfitted on short notice.  Fallis Bros.  ^^!Dlffl8Mfi>lf_j3t_ffl!5ffl!  A Word  About  Eread  Mom'- pcoj'I'j liiink any kind of bread  .j. ijood enough for tlieni, their children or boarders; "then: arc others"  who want tliu lii-'-t that can be produced. Tliis elnbs wc lake pride in  nerving with onr bread.  A, N.  Smith,  Baker and Confectioner.  W. B. Pease & Co.  We have decided to sell  out our entire stock of  Groceries, Provisions,  Etc., and are offering1 a  reduction of 10 per cent  on all cash sales of $1  and over. "We have  closed all credit accts.  ui mil ii_bes_iii>~iiil-iiLii''liiEjiai'iiiiaiiiDBtl_--iiiiiiinii-iiii0iiJkPt .ma tit -Illicit- i-i-i-Mfliiiiiii.r_ifinniir_iiiiiiiiiliiMil_.__l  \ A Word in Season...-    2  : - = x  ; Owing to the unstinted praise we have received on  the line, of STOVES we S  ; have been currying, and  knowing that the public always appreciate honest, s  s   . goods, wo have at present a car of "lurney's Souvenir Stoves aud Itaugos, com- ������  ;   - prizing all the newest Hues  in   Heating and Cooking Stoves, cn route to 2-  : ilcvelsfokc. ... 3  | "AIR TIGHT HEATERS"    ,.    . i  E These ive manufacture in our own shop by our tin urtist who will bo pleased 5  s if you step into his workroom to shew you the material, mode of construction s ���������  ��������� and manner of workmanship on these goods; there are none better made.   We 5  m manufactured and sold 50 Air Tights last winter and expect to sell 150 this 3  ������������������       ,     reason. - -->'-" is  I     * W. M. LAWRENCE, Hardware I  S ���������   * STOVES, STOVEPIPES, VUKNACES, ������  EafirillllJlinlll>tlllEIIMfli|������BllltlEIIIIUII01l9t lli:UEtl!l'3-i_llCilt-|U-l|lJIIIklllllb<lll_tUlllltlftMllllllllllllllll������lkllllbl^l-~--Jll5  Musical  Instruments  Vou are requester to look over my  select stock of     vioi.ixh.ouitai'.p    MjVNDOLIN'3    IIOItN-EK'S MOUTH OT'.-jVN-S   :-"TKI~~CSand ACKSSOI5IES....  An excellent stock at low prices.  Tobaccos. Cigar- Soft Itcfrcslilng Prinks,  Stali.nu-ry. Novels, Japanese Curio*, Etc.  Chas. J. Aman  Notice.  Notice Is hereby given that two months ttftor  date the Sunshine Limited, a company incorporated under the Knglish Companies Acts and  licensed to carry on business in the Province  of Uritish Columbia, intends to apply to tho  Chief Comnii-'sioiier of Lands auu Workrf for  permission to purchase 17.13 (seventeen and  13-100) acres of land situated in Kootenay District, commencing at-a post marked "Initial  Post North West corner Sunshine Limited" adjoining the eastside line of the Huron Mineral  Claim (Troui. Luke Mining Pivii-ion) at a point  ICO feet from Uie north ea"*l corner of such  claims, thence north frJ deg. east for <;:'0 feet  thenco south .'W deg. :>'.) min. east for 1 IiM.'J foet  thenco south iiS deg. __I min. west for -158.8 feet,  thence north 10 deg. 0($ min. west for 1851 feet,  containing 17.ill acres more or lesa. -  sussiiiNi:uMrn-i>,  ElMJAH A.  li_.N_.I_TT.  (ieneral .Maiuigei  Julv 2f~f 1898.  - Notice  , Notice is hereby given that 1 have applied to  llio Honorable the Chief Commissioner of  Lands nnd Works for a special license to cut  and curry away timber from the following described lauds, situate in the district of West  Kootenay: On the east side of Upper Arrow  Luke at (ialcna 11 ay, about seven miles southeast of Arrowhead, commencing nt rn po~-t  marked "G. H. M. S.W. corner," about 'A> chains  west of Deep Creek and about 'J(K) chains from  its month, running north SO chains, thence  east SO chains, thence south 80 chains, thence  east -i0 chains, thence south '10 chains, thence  west 80 chains, thence north -10 chains, thence  "west'iO chains to"thc"point~of"cbnuneuccmentr  (.'ko. S. _-_-Ua_-T-:k.  Revelstoke, B. C, August '_Wrd. _8.i8.  I WAKT TO  CUSTOMER OF MINE  AXIl  WEAR MY CLOTHES  THI-V ARE THK I3EHT,  ANO CHEAPEST  ���������    IN THE DISTRICT  R. S; Wilson,  TAILOR AND CI.OTIIIEK  y. e. birnev  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining, Paper Hanging, Hard Wood Finishing, House I'ainting In all   lirauches,  Carriage Faintins, Glazing, ic.  . .Undertaking and Embalming  R. l~)owson. & Co., , '  Mackenzie Ave. "-..'..  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture.  iBIOK !  The F. 15. I'ipor Co. havo now on hand  Firs.I Cliii... lirick Kt right prices.  Intending builders  would do well to  cull and examine.  Hrick yard Just norlh of the Gun Club  grounds.  Mail orders promptly attended to.  Trices on application.  The F. E. Piper Co.,  Revelstoke, B. C.  || 'Hotel  Ferguson  ������p?7 ....... ,.���������,,........ j... mi.:.������.'................. i  ^~5?     Ferguson,B.C. ���������*>lio C'l-ntra     '  ?3[ of tlio Larcit-au Minna T  *y������7  '....l.....**CI...._IJB.-U..JLBII.U...III...I..Ui'li  v$-~ 4  ������������������&    Best   Accommodation   4  in the-, Lardeau.  KW in iny  uuiuticiu.  V.-~!_"j.In.������.>....onr...... III.'uritn..*l,!l ..I..IHIIIIII  Ftatcs   $2.00  Per Day.  Dave   Ferguson,   Prop.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  nKEi. iin.Mi-,  IJIRDK, AXIMAI_i, Etc,  rreserved  and   Mounted  Third St. East of Schooihouse  B. E DREW,  i  FRUII  GREENGROCER  ror.  For Prc-cerTln* frc������h and cood  Vo^etaMes, (.*anueil and Dried I'rults.  I~i. rui... in great -.aricty.  Garden Stuffs of all kind?.  ORDERS TAKEN*  ?fKEE DELIVERY  Why Pay Rent.  When you can own & home  of your own ?  If you will save, say, five to ten dollars per  month on our accumulative system for a few-  years, you will then be in a position to buy or  build a houie ol your own.  Ry taking shares In this company, persons of  moderate means are enabled to participate in  the profit" enjoyed by the company.  The saving of money is like the saving of  time. If done at all, it must be done systematically.  Snfetv is a most Important consideration  when making an investment. This Is a perfect system ol co-operative savings, and the  safest plan ever offered for accumulating small  holdings and loaning it to members on real  estate security.  Loans...  Loans arc made on the security of Improved  real estate without delay, GO per cent, of the  appraised cash value being advanced.      i  i.xec;_s payment.--) of principal may be made  with any monthly payment.  B. C. Permanent Loan  &. Savings Company.  F. Bvkeb, j\gcnt,  JIcXen_ie Ave.. Revelstoke Station.       lOaulm  I  I  "Ml  i  i  %  |  'iii  . H

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