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 #v ���������  onrv^/v~is>J JL <s 4-n"���������^���������^  . //  -^__������_^  ������_ra___|  I ^  _ -_-_-______^  ���������y fr  I���������| Lh  11  /%  -ISSUED   TWICE-A-WBEK-���������W.___:D:_>r:____SIX__-"2. S    ___.__-T:D    S._VTTT:E_-I_.A.~_rS-  Vol.  II.  -No.  8__  REVELSTOKE,  B. C,   WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER  9,1898.  $2.00 a  Year in  AdVancc.  fP s  Hudson's Bay  Company  SESesJe*  I  !  ft  I Isconron.iTKu 11170  The   Most   Up-to-Data   Outfitters  in Western Canada.  V N"  is"   Intending Prospectors should write us i_J.  I        for oue of our new Folders, which v  ������J contains an excellent Map and an ft  ������ --  -"   '������������������ --'���������'- ��������� st of a JJ.  estimait* of  the   probable co:  complete outfit for the Gold Fields. "^  Hudson's Bay Stores,     ^  Calgary. |'  Calgamy, Feb. 1   ISCS. P  e������R^s^__^^^������^^S3^-c-:es__s^������_������a,  Haigf  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  c-  Sole Agents (or  Air Tight  Heaters  21, '22, '271, 2-1 inch  "5T  ___,  Stoves  IS, 2_. 2.*"). 23, 30, .10 inches  Revels  A 'eyelstoke  Wi.  MINING,  . FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  ���������WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Solicitor fnr Imperial Hank of Canada.  Taylor I'.lock, McKenzie Ave.. Revel-stone Stn.  Monev lo Loan.  W. White, Q.C. "     J. M.-cott, B.A., LL.I1.  V. L. Gv.illip.l-  HARVEY   &    M-CARTER,  Barristers.   Solicitoi s,    Etc.  Company fund.- to loan nt S per cent.  OiTic'es:   Mol.-ins Bank Block.  First Street.   Revelstcke Station,   B. C.  ROBERT SAMSON'  Wood Dealer and Diayinan.  Drtylng and delivery work asr.ocia'ty. Tennis  hIwrvs rev!> on Minr.C- notice. Coiitrnr'*'* for  )nbl>i"iis taken. ������J8 Agent for the Standard  Oil Company. _   ���������  DENTISTRY  .DR.   EDMONDS..  (ru.1 pi'-sor to Dr. Maihisnn.)  Tenth extracted painless,    flentlstrv in all its  branches.     OCiee   over   tho  Canada Drug A:  Jlook Co.s' store.  DRESSMAKING  Cook Stoves  with or without extensions or ranges  Parlor Stoves  Base Biii'iu.rs.  Gurr.ov's Self .Feeders  Great  iepartmental  _T3  -jslttiu-rv ������*___*;  Gut Nails  all size---  MRS. TEMPLE.  (Formerly nf Toronto.!   -  -^J- Opposite Molhnus-Baiik^rirst-Ftrcei.^���������^>  Drcssmakii.g iu all it������ brniiclic-.   Tnilor-inaele  costumes a s[.ec-Ialty.  _A good Singer Sewing machine for F.-.lo el'.cap.  FRIDAY  BARGAIN-SALES  LADJESi-r-'���������������������������������������������  HYGIENE '   r  UNDERWEAR  A new consignment just to hand.  Wire Nails  ALL STKRS  Finishine: Hails  &  ALL SIZES  r  Our stock o������   Drugs...  Patent Medicines  and  ,- Proprietary  Articles  Is now complete in every  line and we arc in position  to satisfy the wants of the  public fn anything pertaining to a first class  drug business. We arc  alwayR pleased to see our  customers, who receive  our best attention.  %  Chas. E.  Reid & Co.  fee-  ���������-e/������:  Villa Locks  Insido Door .Sets, -  Outside Door Sets.  Plain every day  talk___-^������s_Q^  That's  best  fcr  us snd you when  we coma to talk business.  We elo b isincss in a business like way.  credit ynu with rommim'se'nso and  treat you as if you possessed it.  We believe you will purchase'  where you.can pure-base be.->t. We  arc continually-..trying to make  Ibis tl'.e best place ; tell ns if vve  Iniveu'l. succeeded in yonr ease.  Onr way is wide._pl.iin and.straight,  forward dealing, a. quiet indisputable statement of facts in our  "ilvcilisiiig. h.u-ked up by biain,  ei'.eigy and capital steadily gaining  I be cniilidi'iH e of tlio people. Our  business is established un biinest  principles; wo make, friends by  truthful slaleiiii'tils. und vve always  give VALUE DECEIVED to every  customer.  THE BIG BEND S.S. LINE  STEAMERS TO OPEN UP NORTH  l-OOTENAY  COMPANY HOW BEING FORMED  Glothina  ������3  Glotliing'       ���������  Short but to the  point���������Tlicie'-"  to-d.-iy-e.o;ie-c"."iiitig cilfers   in  uiiv-i  , -which  news  Meii"-  Jhithing and Fnrnish-  di'ssi-rvt's* mure news-  puper .space tb.it, il '.'.ill get. Il  vvill prove proflLalilu reading. This  is the time e>f year yon need a now  suit, new underwear, in f.'.ct a new  outfit. The selection of these  gnuils is prominently, important,  namely, price .and value. We  have established n reputation for  onr C'.ejlliitig on its merits and low  prices. This season we intend not  only In retain that repulalion, bul  lo make a new"r_:cor;17 We vvi 11  sell iitir clothing at such low figures  there will not be any need of our  advertising them in the paper; the  prices will sell the goods.  Rim and  Mortise- Locks  ALL KINDS  Hammers  Disston Saws  Planes, All Kinds  Claw and Lathing Hatchets  .  i������i *'  gi    . Louisville Restaurant .   ft  opposite Courhlcr's.  f.  fA   Meals served  Pi       Antonl BeBochci,  Proprietor.       'ji  ^sT^iaiafsm''S3t9yriitr>^>7y������rkimt:-^Si  at all boms, day    j-j  night. "5  II  Tar Paper  Building  Paper  noes  WHITE     LEAD.     PAINTS     AND  PAINT BKUS1IES.  BOILED  AND RAW OIL  and many olhet  lines  which  Builde~*.-~  may want.  During the coming week special  prices will be given upon nil the above  lines.  C.B. Hume & Co.  Boots and SI  galore  At the lowest prices ever offered to  K.velslul-.ers. Genuine Bargain"*,  "Biggest Viilue le-'.' your nioney.  Winking men will do well lo visit  our store and examine the goods  uud the prices.  jbor one rainy  'weather  See   that you are prepared.  Rubbers    -"-: ��������� ,.. ���������  Rubbers \.     - '/ -  To open the season vvith in lhis im por.-,  tunt department vve have jusl  received 50 cases of mens', women's  and c-hildrens' lubbers, the best  quality, (Gr.iuhy" an.l we will oiler  lliein at extraordinary low  price.".  Remember  Every item in this rolunin means  gi cuter values and better bargains  than you ever gol. before. These  are golden oppeiri unil ies for those  who rise willi the rim. Will you  lie one to take advantage of them.  ������W"Mail Orders c~rciiilly '"':���������-���������"    frj<  The Drilliant Prospect-,- Which arc Ahead  of the Project���������A "Wagr.ificant Mineral  District   Awaiting . Development  and  Held Back for Lack of Pronar Trans-  ._  portation FaciIities~^A Vital Enterprise  The IjEH.vlu is-ghul to be able to  :iiinon nee thnt lbe- provisional directors have been appointed for the pur  pose of forming a1 company to con-  stiucD and run steamers on the  Columbia, river t'liun this point nnrt.ii  lo the Big Bend dislrict. Letters of  iiicnrpciriilUiii have been applied for  and the ciiiiip.iiiy will he fnrnietl right  away. Tlie bulk of the capital will  be raised in lbe old country, where  it will be Honied this winter. For lho  success . of tbe enterprise in the old  counlry, however, it will be necessary  tbat, our local men of business show  sufficient inlori'Sl. and confidence in  lbe project to take shares i:i Ihe company. No eiiiii hole of c:enir.-.e has the  slightest doubt, that, sm-li a eiiinpaiiy  Mnrliug from, small beginnings, say  liven nm' .Hleninoi",.."U.il nm on business  lines, will be a' paying ciiicei'ii. But  outsiders will bo it great ileal more  easily persuaded of the feasibility  ami lucrative nature of llie proposition, if they see thai people right here  in Itevelstoke ate. stillicii-nll icm-  vin.ced of it, lo assist the enterprise by  t.ikir.u; shares.  Of lbe bei-.elits of a linn uf1 st Gamers  plying between Kevelstoke anel Big  Bend, to this place', it is needless for  the lIlJRALn lo dilate. Every year  adds simii; fresh' eHsrovei y of rich  mineral claims tii.-'cniilirm tile settled  opinion of Nurthj K-uoten.-iy - mining  uieii-l hat- t.l'.e^.eii."-!-"!'^" lying- hy't \\ e.en  tht! C. P:I4. main line-imd the Big'Bi.'iid  of llio Columbia equnls.--eveii if it does  not surpass, iu mineral,'wealth :>ny  si'i-lion of thr' province, of British  Columbia, The single! fcal-uru whicli  has for so long militated aguinsjfc the  dev.'liipi'.ieiil of it. iii.*'.gti!iti*c",iit ro-'  siiurceu has been its iiiuci'-rssibilily and  l'ick eif pruper nie! hods uf Iranspnj-t.-i-  lion. Thesi' draw hacks have so'*'far  requiri'il i: huge expendithi-i! to  ovei come. The only regular means of  transport has been by p.uk "tr.iiti, n.  slow and costly met hod," which has  hitherto prevented the undertaking of  any systematic: work in the district,  except in the single instance of lhe  French-'Cieek Co. Tlii-7rTiifIi_.ilt.ies"  have kept I l.u Big liend luck and  have kepi Kevelstoke back along vviili  it. *.  li, is the candid opinion of the JIek-  Al.T) thai oven a single.-teaniei" making  regular trips up the river vvouid make  a great deal of U.ililc for itself.  Facility of travel and Ir.-tnspnrt.  creates ils own business. Extensive  operations wciuld be started on niiin-  ercnis claims, liM.h qttarlz nntl placer,  now known lo exist in tbe B\k Bend  dislrict. but lying idle- beeaiiwi' the  difficulty and expense of getting  m.irhinury and supplies up In tliem  are simply probibilive. All along the  tr.iil and up every creek which runs  into the river are scores of valuable  prospects nn which work vvouid nt  once commence if il vvas only reasonably easy to gel ul I hem. Even emu  steamer would sensibly relieve the  sil'.iytinii and would find hushics  where at present, .then: is no appearance of it.o It vvouid in fuel, render ea.-y  eit access a number of propeilics. work  on which is under present conditions  almost uuL of the cMieslinii. '  At, present lhe i'ronch Creek Cnni-  Tviiiy is running on French creek, the  InrgSiifc-hydriiiiHf'plant in British Columbia." and employing a large number  of men ri-i|uiting immense quantities  of supplies-, tiie bulk eif which has lo  goin by pack I rain. Another company is now being formed iu Knglnnd  fn pnt in a second hydraulic plant em  MeCuIloiigh creek and it is understood  that sLill another plant nf tho same  descriptinn is likely to be put in in (in:  sumo locality ncsl season. The London and F..C Aliiuiice Syndicate ejwn  evlcnsive and very valuable gold  Cjintrtz claims in Ground Hog Basin,  at. lhe: bead of JMcCiillougii, on which  a great deal cjf work ts to be rinne nt'xt  year. '-  The Carnes Creek Consolidated lieis  been dning work em the. Kosebeiy for  the  past couple   cf  years   and   have  practically demonstrated Ihu valuable  cli.tr.lcC.r eif tin's proper!y.evon hampered us they have been by the difficulty  uiidor present conditions eif getting  .supplies up to it. 'J'ho Adair group,  on Lafiiiinu creek.... is another line  properly in She hands of a strong  company. All along the river, up  Laforme, up Carnes, np Downie, on  Key st.." i it: Mountain, and in the Grand  View district, aro scute* of likely  claims, owned by men who would  gladly work thorn if transportation  facilities permit ted.  In fact there U a big business ahead  of the owners of a line of steamers  whicli will with reasonable ri-gulaiily  and dispatch all'uid access inlo this  part of Kootenay, and the prospects  before the company whicli is now  sotting the enterprise: em fool, an:  bright in the extreme. The JIisi~t.vr.i~i  understands Unil, a. canvass uf tin:  town is lo be made at, once in order to  find bow many resident _ wish to lake  shares, and hopes lhal tho project  will find a. hearty response in Itevelstoke. We have been saying I'or the  last ten years that il only needed the  IJig Bend to be opened up 'to make  llevelstoke hum. 'Now is the chance  for us to do something to start tho  hum going ouiselvejs.  IHE RSVER BAHK  THE LARDEAU RAILWAY  The Construction of the Road Likely to  be Proceeded With Iscxt Year  It is (he impression at Arrowhead  that tlie CP.J!, intend.-" as soon as the  ice forms em the Ann to commence on  the. work of tho e oust ruction of the  branch line from AiTiv.vhe.ul through,  lhe L.iiileau to lhe bead of Kuulenay  Lake;. The Ukiiald vvas informed  yesterday that men were aheatly  beins; engaged fur tlie rock woik  which vvill have to be done on the  Arm, a few miles from Arrowhead.  Is the Semlin Government Going to Do  C-  ������������������  Anything or Net?        _  In spile of all minors and repents to  Ihe contrary.'the question of the protection of thu river bank heie" really  remains exactly where it was last  siunnioi. The new provincial government is no nearer '.ci an imdersluncling'  wilh'tlie Dominion authorities on t.he  subject than was Lhe old one. Nothing more extensive Ihan repair woik  to the" mattiiissiug i.s at present in  cinitetnplaliiin. Tliis state of afl'-iirs is  exceedingly unsatisfactory to Kevelstoko people. We have a distinctly  anti.election pledge from Premier  Semlin lhaljie would elo bis- hest. to  hein us. i:V 'this. pr-.Me"*. .-Tl'.e period  during vvhie-'Ii ."iiiythi'iig'e.iii be done is  limited and we waul to see some signs  that the government-is .-wives to' tbe  necesoily of prompt net ion. Not only  I hat,"but novv is lbe lime) to come to  some, arrangement with thn Dominion  Government in order to get a gran!,  lor lhis purpose on their estimates.  ThellBiiAMJ is not at. all among  those who affect to condemn tbo work  already done on lhe lunik. The proof  of the pudding is i'i> the eating.  The mattrassing saved the bank bust  season, and will, if repaired in places,  save it again next year, that, is uf  course ao far as it extends, T'nis does  ni-t,   however,   prevent   tbe  llP.it.vi.n  ON THE FREE COINAGE  :/���������_*������__������    ���������-  SUPPLIES   SENT   IN   PpR   THE?,*  WINTER'S WORK '    - '"'   -  30 FODTTUHHEL IH THETOWSER  A Good Suggestion  To the Editor of the IlEair.n:  Sill: Some few issues ago I noticed  you, aliuig with othei' B.C. papet.-,,  taking up tlu: cjiiestion of people in  this progressive province sending to'  wi-tern departmental stores for Iheir  win es. Vuin- argiirtient was good, the  idea is a capital one, bul let me tell  you a thing ov l,',-.'i~i.iperl'aiiiingslric:tiy  to Itevelstoke���������that's where wu nro  most, interested. Tiie mcri-bants of  this town do mure "credit*' business  than possibly any other tovvn in the  province", and as a result some uf lliem  have hundreds, yes! thousands of  dollars on thei:" books ut* bad debts  account. Now. Mr. Editor, will you  tell ine w'.'.o is plying this money to  the wholesalers, or whero does tbe  inle.'fesl e-ome. from. Tciu say "oil  well I ptij- cash for my wares." , Very  well, but you aie the identical one  who is paying the hook debts uf the  stbieyou palrunize. If a* merchant  in this I'jwu would adopt a stkictly  ".'At-K basis (and thus save bookkeeping  uifl a hundred and one expensesjinsiiie  uf six minitlis���������with a judicious nil-'  vortiie.irituil of thu fact and the same  treatment l������ all���������bo could' undersell  any "credit" bouse in town and then  make morn money with less worry and  exertion. Then,-nnd notr' until then,  can they expect' consn-mei"S to stop  sending,east for their wares or be  compelled to'pay the' piesent exorbitant prices e-haiged on inany articles  in -tcv'elstoKe _ -This absurdity'e~f one"  balf-tbo population paying the other  half's debts must/ become a back number, otherwise the eastern departmental ..lores-will eontiiiu . to thrive.  1 believe in building up our own coun-  Iry'ar.fl paying 100 cents on the dollar,  but f don't lu-liove in shouldering  other's debts just because t- pay cash.  Hoping-that some of llie; .tiierchnnts  here vvill awaken to'.the fact thai  the wages in North Koolenny are not  in proportion to fche price of living and  that I have- stated clearly whal.l  believe to be the causerof il,  1 remain.  Yours truly.  EllU.VIj ItlCillTS.  from \vislTiiTg~to see sTiuiFTiTiue per  maiiei-.t scheme adopted, if such a  scheme can be shown t.u he feasible, by  which the main stream oi tlie rivet  might be thrown inlo ils olel channel.  It seems to the Ukiiai.o that as it  demonsl rably did not. take much' lo  divert! the course of tho river out of  Lhe old channel, it might lie found not  so extremely- costly an operation to  restore it. back again. Afc all events,  even if nothing- else is done, llie  mattrassing ought to be carried' mi as  far as lhe: smeller poiut aiul now is  cei'lainly the time for Uu: two governments to make* up their mind .ivhethcr  tliey vvill du anything limitig this  season of low water ur no't. and  to  Worlz on the L'tiion Jack Has Commenced���������Five Inches of Clean Ore on'  the Silver Cup Crosscut���������The Post'  Office Diificulric-��������� News of'Personal'  and General   Interest   from'  Ferguson'  Ferguson.   B.C.,   Nov. 5'.���������Messrs.'-. .  Dunn to Farrell, of Vancouver, owners'  of the Free Coinage,   have  sent' "upW  full supply of goods  in  order to   con-.-.  tin ue the   development   of this ��������� prop-,'  erty.  Hugh   Murphy   returned   from the...  Halcyon Uot Springs   where   he' has '  been laid up with inflammation in the,,  knee joint.     He is considerably Better  which is duo. be says," fo' tlie' wonder-,  ful curative powers of the springs and"  the'   piinslaking   care   of    both , the  doctors and nurse. .    .  J. C. Kirkpatrick and partners in-,,  teiuls to start- work on the ITniou Jack'  trrnup, three inile-s from Ferguson, the*,  first of the week..'  Messrs.    Ferguson, ["and   Aripocoisf,  have the contract for a 30ft tunnel  in.  the Towser. "where,il is  thought'they  will run on a large body of ore.'* " -' -  The contractors on the .crosscut".it, ���������  tlie Silver Cop struck five irfthes "'of-1 -"  clean ore. . '.':    ']' Uf. "'.*'  '   Hewitt .Bostock  .paid   hergu'son  a'-,  visit the   first   vveelc .in   Octo.ber iinel  promised to: arrange  for a" postofiice'".  feir this place, but" so  fat- nothing  has'  been heard about It'.- ^Ifc' is.high  .time;  that your   board ' of   trade   with  the _  assistance of Victoria and .Vancouver  bor.rds of trade took a little  time [and'  assisleel   this   matter   along.     Surely_  tbey' li.i ve  business, connection . here  "'  that wonl'd jiistiry tliem'in interfering.^  "Vour     correspondent    was. show-ii'ii."  letter mailed in Revelstoke on the 201V"  uf 'September which "reached., here- on ,  November 3,__-_T days for GG uiiles. , .If" -  ft" lhat isTiotsui-ic-ierit grounds .for  <i  kick, pruy t"!l nie what woulel be.  K. A. Bennett" avrived in .town today and went up to the Silver Cup ou'.  bis m'onthly inspii-lion tour."  MK.and Mrs.'Holmes left .yesterday  for Vancouver  to  spend  the'winter.'  iutenditig to return in the"spring.  Kobt. D.irke js-busy getting the.  beet up to the Silver Cup and bringing '  ore down, he baving the contract.  ORANGEMEN" CELEBRATE  V/eddir.g' Belt  On Tuesday. Novomb"er"~Sflfr~7Tt-llTe~  resilience ot Mr. .1. II. I I.m bury, o!  this'cily, Mr. Daniel K. McLennan, of  Trout''Lake Cily, to Miss Jlnr.na  .lohuson. of the snme place.  The H.:v. S. J. Thompson, of the  Methodist church, perfcumed 'the  inlerestuig ceremony in his usual  happy- stylo. The hridoirrouut was  supported by his brother. Mr. Duncan  Me.L"'iinaii. uf Ni'Isiln, while lhe bride  was ably sustained by Miss A.. Banbury. The happy couple left on the  wc.-t bound train last evening- fur  their lirinevniooii.  Mrs. Benson's Death  Gunpowder     l reason   and    Plot    Commemorated by, a Dinner in the Lodge  Tlio IIhiiai.'" 'regret-" lo V-lirohiclc  tlie'd.'.itli of Mrs. yi'Os-jn, whose fun-  . . er.'l to the ci'iueteiy took jilace  ' J vc-ili'i'ilav. S'n:-. Hi u'-ei'i had be.'.i  r.s know soiiiet lung delinile cue way .;t||>ei-;iig forTtiome lioie trom a t-evere  ui" llu: ul her. i .-illark of typhoid    rev-i-  which   end  j in her  death   about   three  o'clue-k  *"  ! Siindav alterno'jti.      I  The Lade Brothers.  Tl-.e Lade Brothers have! retiiiue.l  from the: Lai-drati. where! tbey have  been working lhis summer in developing (heir big gold lelliiride properly,  the Lade gioup. The main woik done  on I heir property this season consisted  of a ciossc.it tunnel, which will cn  completion cut the: lead at a good  depth, now in 72 lent. This season h.is  .-.ecu big iniptovemi-iits made in the  prospects in Lbe Lnrde.iu i-ounlry.  More assessment work h.is been done  and t.ho counlry opeui-d up more during the p:ist year than in nil other  years combined' and less relocating  has consequently bom done. Th-'  system of relocating claims is fell, as a  elr-'.vv back tu.the Liirdeau. .is it is in  tlieSioean or any other section. Mr.  Lade lulls, for example, of one staker  who holds claims and interests  Amounting to the grand total of 75.  flow an ordinary prospector as this  ni.'.n is slafi'd.lo he, t-in hope to perform his annual assessments i������ a  puzzle���������if lie, intended to. Unfortunately the Lardeau has no corner on  this class of people.  a lainily of six vour.  lell without the c.ir>' and ilevoiimi of  a fund mnl loving mother and the  ilKRAf.H extends 'te. the family the  sincere sympathy.if  tbe  entire, town.  The two hundred  and  ninety   third"  anniversary  ot  the' discovery  of 'tho  GunpowcieTr Plot, popularly known as,"  Guy F.iwkcs" Day,' wus  cclo'ni-.ited  by  tl'.e brethren of tlio local Orange lodge"  on Saturday nighl by a dinner in their  loilse room.    Previous .to  lbe  arrival .  of the gue'sls. a meeting  of  lhe lodge  w.is held, al  which' three  new   members     weie     initiated.      About'  nine  o'clock    sixty   riiiFtids,   anc    ::i'etuIiuL-s  of the lodge, assembled nnd  s.it ciown .  to   an   excellent   dinner'provided  by  Bro.  A.N. Smilli.    .After dinner ail  excellent,   programme-   was   tendered,  which includetd addi-esics by  Brothers  Kev. S. J. Thompson. *.I'>lr*Adaii-.  Dr.  .lell-*.   I).   Alton,   and    Hev." it!' Mac-  Dotigall, of  the  Presbyterian   church.  A ciuei   by   Miss   Northey   find   Guy"  Barber,   iiiid.itisliuineiil.il  select ions *'  by Miss Sorley. "  Tlie party bioke up abnnL 12 o'clock "  isalit-'  .   ,.���������,,,.   , ., ,      yiH'partv biolce up alionL 1^ o,  bive o clock   un   .-ifter o:>iov!inr.-i   lliorougblv   plea  ly hers-iddc.ith   an.Uocial'evening,  lg   children  are ^  L. 0. L. PARADE  Rev  Mr.'nnd 'Mrs. Floyd and family, of  Fergii-on, came inl'o town on Saturday, and vvill reside in Kevelstoke for  thu wiiu er.  li*. Marpi"--. Sunt- of. the' C.P.It.  western     division,     i.r.sseci     through !  Hevclsltike Ia:>t uigbt   for  Vancouver. ' ;���������.     . .. ,    - .    _ ..,/-. .  .....' . ,     .Tbo bible text  Was  from   Hi.* Geneiiil  From "a    tnpul    lii.pecli'm    over   tne ! K-,i5tlo of St. Jai.ies.oth cba p!.:i*,vci-sea*  .-cimpaiiv's lines i:i the lower  i-cuintiy. I io and 2J.>~"___-i_tIiiei;,   if any  of ynu'  S. J. Thompson' Delivers a Forcible snd Instructive Sermon  On Sunday morning last the members of Ij. O*. L. No. IUoS. attended,.the  Methodist church it-, a hody. The'sermon vvas delivered by Kev. S. 3.  Thompson and was without - doubt  one of the: ablest addresses ever prepared or   pic.icheel   in   the   prnvinc-.'  i  D.lvi: Jier.ticI--.OG bas after a icsi-  elence in C.tlgaiy i.f ovr lo ye.ii>.  divided lo move vvpsI. and bas purchased u .r.-insfer liiisin;-ss in Kevelstoke. Mrs. ajiel'Mi-s. Henderson lell  on Sunday morning to join Mr. lien-  cictsoii' in their "nevv biiim1.' Tbey will  be miss":i'. one ui:d* all in' Calgary.  vvliPio Iheir long ���������.���������esiilor.f" and sociable  ways have *.ii-.id6 their; a host of fiiends  a number of whom 'wore up to tl.e  traiii to see them   olf  and  wish   them j  elo e: f'frx.ib* tbe truth, and one con-'  vert bim : "Let bim know Lh.it he  which e tmvi'i tell) the sinner fiom the  error of bis way shall save n soul from  death, and shall bide, a multitude of  sins."' The choir rendered an appro-  iu   excellent     style.  pi-iate    anthem  After lhe service the members mai-cli-  cd back to tl'.a h-ill, and an unanimous  vote of lh������n!~~r\v:ib tendered * Kev. S.  J. Thompson for lbe able and eloquent  ���������*<;rmoi! delivered lo them, ami also to  the choir for their services. The coui-  1 lueuior.'.lioni of Guy Fawkcs' Day for  I *fN in Kevelstoke will long be reinem-  ' beied by those who bad the pleasure*  "good luck'* in '.heir-new home.��������� of henruig Kev. Thompson's sermon"  C_lKa:--~-.~"eral"h~- last Sunday moi fling-.-' Revelstoke   Herald  Pn_ll__ed l_ Interests ol  We������e__toke, ___rd.__n._i_ Bond, Tiout L-ike  LU.-ciltewaei. Albert Canyon,.Jordan  Pm* and Katfle Feuw Dlm-iotu.  ..Proprlet  The European war cloud is bld-kor  just now than It has beon for yews.  The Montreul Gazette observes: "Altogether the course of ovents Is confirming the Impression at. Ottawa that  Mr. Sifton Ib a Jonah Who will sink  ^i"S"SI-: ihc 8huric h0 is not BOt rld of'  inwrwuot Re.e__toke ������n_ the -urroundinft  dlitnSrWedneedaya and, oatnrda,������, making  ���������-toe������*toonneoUoni witnall t:ain������. -  A_Y_rtl_l__ -Utesa:   Lrtsplay ads, |1.������ }������"  ; -lSZZISZbi.1* perlnob who������iMrtUd������n tTUa  im.   basal aaa.  l*o p r tnonparcUl nne iw  - Cm UMrUoi ; lo for each additional l~.������������t|������������'  ��������� _2___S���������o������iei-. lie per line each Uauo. Birth.  -barrtiu-i and Death noilcei, free. _  -   & i"Tloa������~io������.e-> Prices    Onf 5���������^WMali  m__1������b"   ���������ta.    ���������T������.'JJ10%" bona fld������ n_rao  T .P*^*?-1 ~ffI*...   we lm   '   oomapond  fl  i  ^ ��������� 'ta' I_TS?o_������^ booi-M. M������-  oxot "��������� raiiKtaccompany  .runTece-anlj for pnblicMlo  A4dro-a all ci-nmumcailonB  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Ravelstoket o. *���������>  NOTICE TO C0RRE8POHDEHT8.  ' he    legibly  i   All   correspondence    mtmt  - Writw_nnTne.id.-of <**?W?������}T'  I. v_"3~Te������pondenc������  ~ .... r r-in-i be ������l_nea  _ ef thi -writer.   .__���������_   wlth  reference   io eny  In  another   paicr  TIMID  ELEPHANTS.      ��������� ������  StoriM Which Show Mow KiMlly the BI*  Brut_��������� Aro I'rlirlitoned.  An Knglish writer of Indian experience  declares that .the vaunting of tho intelligence of tho elephant 'creates n falso impression. Like that of tho horso, the Intelligence of tho elephant has curious limitation-.'  A few months life- tbe populace of n  smnll town near Madras woro frightened  KILL OR CURE METHODS.  Jlr. Tarte, through    La   Patrie, lias     seized  upon  the  Fashoda  incident  to \ out of their wits by a runaway, elephant,  misrepresent Imperial statesmen, uud > which  to stir up 111 feeling between the  French and tbe British Canadians.  Some politicians live upon racial cries,  and Turto Ib one of them His tintl-  UrltiBh shout isXeven worse than Parallel's declaration, after the prohibition vote, thnt Quebec, rules the country, and can destroy the fanatics every  t-nie.  '"oo'nt'aininK      per_.n������l  wilh lho pr Per na""  ���������i'i������.:,u>J~'ilenoe  vpp������  ^p^lVTiYHlIiAij  -_,*_������"-"thai  >**-fS^g^piwiSLrion 'to' ih������t  i-l *r������t >~e.o"f5r?i_lJi������,VTH__:H������~AijD.  ������������terbrfo_������Uee-ni  Tbe facts kIvch by The Herald's  Edmonton correspondent in regard to  tho petroleum boring operations of  tho government seem to conflrni a  suspicion that has long been ontor-  lalneel namoly tliat there is a good  deal of tomfoolery about, tlio whole  business. That petrolouni exists in  tho north is an undisputed fact. Two  governments havo spout four years  In desultory boring of holes  and we are apparently no nearer  striking oil than we wero at the start.  A half hearted dribbling policy trill  not meet the case. Tbo interests at  stake are so tremendous thai the government should lako up the question  ln earnest and settle it ono way or  the other. .���������:: .,_.��������� ;J>  BRITISH DIPLOMACY  read  the  French  can  tne  des-  nrm  ~so  one  witches -without    admiring  2f rt-llt.1  diplomacy of the British  ������������������.t_.men and officers concernoeb      ne  Sirdar's account ot his meetingJM<������  Mons. Marchand tithe man. There wa_*nota  from beginning to end.     _.������,>  tine* was to the point.   Every ep  bet  explained  and  illuminated  tbe suua  tion   and the whole account eav-c tne  U    ' 0f    the"   restrained  At Elkliorn, on tho borders of Assiniboia, a paper called The Advocate  was started in the Indian school. Tho  government, perhaps for good reasons,  determined to stop tbo paper as a  school enterprise, and the plant was  leased to Mr. W. J. Thompson, who  continued publication as a ' private  and non-partisan undertaking. Sifton  has sinco insisted tbat Mr. Thompson  should make his papor political, and  , .. -���������. ; print in It the niachino made editori-  as characteristic oi. a]B amI ]eUera BCiuiatory of Sifton  waste word that arc turned out at Ottawa. Mr.  Thompson declined: so the government cancelled his lease and ordered  nim to make way for a red hot partisan. Mr. Thompson is going; but be  Is establishing another journal in  which Mr. Sifton will no doubt bear  romething to  his advantage.  broke from its .mahout's control  and ran through the town, smashing everything that lay in its path. It had l������on  frightened into a stato of insane nlnrm.b".  tho pattering of raindrop* on Its rider's  iimb-flUi".  A friond of tho sniuo wrltor onco bad a  _lii_rnlnr oxperienct; of n somewhat Kinilbir  Hon. Whon "out ln tho district" in Burma, ho grew tired uf riding on I'I" 0'0-  plmnt, which nlso carried his eorvnnts nnd  baKK'ige, nn<l bought a pony In ono of tho  village-. He wns caroful to mnko suro  that the pony was not. nfrald of oluplumls,  but it never occurred to hiin that tha elephant, might bo afraid of ponies.  Karly tho noxt- morning he pout his bng-  gnpto and servants off on tho elephant, with  ordors to halt for lunch at a village) tea  miles nwny, anel when ho had finished  somo work'ho followed on his pony. Whon  11 milo or no from tbo baiting place, ho  saw thu elephant hunching along In advance and trotted on to hurry up tho mahout,. As bo approached, the mnhout, a  Hurmuu, began to gesticulate The Englishman and bis Bengal servants know no  Burmese, and tho Buriiinn' know no  tongue but his own. Ho was much excited.  Tho Englishman guessed that something  was nmiss, and, breaking into a gallop to  tee what ib initrbt. bo, wns astonished to  fee lhc elephant start off at a run. Three  times tbo" excited and angry mahout suc-  ceodeil In stopping tho beast after n run of  n milo or so, and three times did tho Englishman rldo up to see what vvas tbo matter, only to observe vvith astonishmoiit  thut the olephant rushed off each time.  IVatliliiEtnn's Treatment   In Hid _______ 111-  ncsn Little Short of Murder.  "There can.scarcely be a doubt that the  troatmont'of Washington's last illness by  tho doctors was littlo short of murdor,"  snys'Mr. Paul Ford in "The True Georgo  Washington." Thoso wero tho days of the  "kill or euro" treatment, whon strong  plasters, Jalap and bleeding, tbo universal  remedies, left littlo hopo for pationts who  could not .withstand, both drugs and disease.  1'rofessor John Flskcwrites in bis "Old  Virginia and. Hor Neighbors" that whon  ���������Washington In full vigor found thut bo  had caught, n bad cold lie-Kent for tho doctors. Meanwhile lio bad half n pint, of  blood taki>n from hlm.by ono'of .his ovor-,  siiors. Of tho three physicians in nttmiditiicu  onu was bis dear friond, the pood ricotoh-  iiinn, Dr. .TiimcR Cniik. His colleague.  Dr. Mishit l~iok, said:  "Do not, blood tho gonernl. He noods  nil his strength."  His advico wns not heeded. Threo copious bleedings followed, in tbclastof which  a cpinrti of blood was taken. Tho third attendant, Ur. Giistaviis Brown, nftorwnrd  expressed bitter regret that Dr. Dick's advico vvas not takon. Hcsiilcs this wholo-  i-alo bleeding tbo patient was dosed with  calomel and tartar e7iiotio and beariflcd  with blisters and poultices.  "Tho epicstion is suggested," writes Mr.  Fiske, "it Washington had llvod a dozen  years longer, vvouid tliero havo been a second war with Kngland?"  Tho hoi'oic methods of the soventcontb  century, which, though killing tv vusnnds,  woro continued far into the eighteenth,  nro exhibited by tho items of a ViH rendered by Dr. Hnddon of Vork nbo'i". Itilie  for performing nu amputation. They in.  eluded "ono highly flavored and two ordinary cordials, threo ointments for th*  wound, an evntmout prnulpitato, tlio operation of letting blood, a pnrgo por diem,  two purges olcotuuriug, which aro powders  mixed with honey or sirup, external applications, a cordial and  two astringent  Finally tho despairing  mnhout steered I powders, bloodletting, a d .runsl-ru  anil a  _    . .     -oj   .....   ~.i.,.l     l���������fj.    aw,.,,,-.-       1_.rr._> e-lnlh."  sen-  rwider    an    idea  indomitable .force   and  strength,   the  decision of the man.  ^ He -rues a" forcible and clear  Engilsb style, he ^ns Phrase* natu -  I Monson. the British 'ambassador at  Paris toomuct credit can not t>t  -rf~n lie behaved ��������� throughout wit"  fxc-Uen!   discretion,    with    judgment  MT\in3���������catTon of theso pai-ers^u  kreatlv enhance - British ?**"&���������  fhich cannot, but have a M^^  the waning reputation of 1 rencn  Statesmen. The position ot Mr. Dei  the Foreign Miuiater, is not to  He was weak, unread".,  ���������wound and yet afraid to  refused to. acknowledge  a French emissary, anu  tho animal off tho road into swampy  ground, and thus, shaking oil pursuit,  plowed bis way back on foot to tlio halting place, where bo found an Interpreter  to explain that tho elephant had been terrified by tbo approach of tho pony.  BATHING   IN   MANILA.  It-  largo cloth.  A   DOCTOR'S  HEROISM.  e^casse,  "be- enTled.  "wllline to  strike."     He  Marchand aa  vet be would not order bim home, or  distinctly repudiate his action. lhe  danger is Lhat France, already maddened bv the Dreyfus revelations,  may t-eek to smother-'ridicule in a  great war.  "Tho prestige of a place depends  v.-tv largely on tbe prestisc of its  principal newspaper." 'says the Ed-  memton Bulletin. And the prestige ot  a neyspaper_i]ep"ends"~very-largely-oii  what the support of the business pub-  Hie enables its publishers to make It.  H is reported that, the Doukhobors  ar������ lo be settled in Manitoba. Iu jus-  tlc������ to Mr. Sifton it to bi hoped the  report is nol true, as it would look  a-.though tbe interior department  consider Northern Alberta  enough tor Galicians but not  better class of foreigners such  "spirit wrestlers" s?em to be.  good  for   a  as the  "There ia some reason to think that  in connexion with the; Liberal policy  of the administration ot the Yukon."  says the Macleod Gazette, "there was  one of the biggest jobs in the history  of Cajoada. Sifton.*.Walsh &. Co. came  mighty near oirning lhe whole Yukon  country. The trouble wan that Walsh  hadn't h__d  enough  to carry out the  The Alberta Plaindealer has an ei-  ce-lk-nt leador on tho rcsponslblities  of a l������gi?Jator. At th. present stage  of the game the Territories are "liko  a young man ," it says, "reaching his  majority who finds the cares of a  great business about to be cast on his  shoulders. The Btatus of a province-  has not been attained but is In sight,  and it is likely the men who comprise the next A&eembly will be lhe  men upon "V-hom will ���������' devolve the  duty of moulding the constitution of  the new province which will certainly  be erected. Constitution builders  must be skilled workmen, men of Intellect and discretion, familiar -with  the constitutional history of both the  motherland and Canada."  Men of prudence, judgment and derision arc wanted���������the master mlm! .  of  the  Territories.  Chine, who means to have a powerful Sect, and a fleet up-to-dat-?. has  t.������on miVInK pr-'paratlons by first  e~r.erln.~- the- flaes Given the colors.  the ironcladii will follow, and bv way  of atlmulatinK the spirit of patriotism an<l proeress, thp Chinese govorn-  pient"ha_t. It "is said, onler-el fia-������*  ftioui?h to deck the romhincl fleets nf  IJnK'=nd. Franco and Ita'y. Tiiis  <ontrajt goes to Germany, ami a we;'!  known flae manufacturer in Hanovr  has been engaged for some months in  the production of thi new colors for  the new navy.  Lady Martin, a onco celebrated English actress, is dead, aged 78.  The Methodists of the Uniteel States  propose to raise a special fund of  $20,000,000 as ti twentieth ceitury  thank offering.  A reporter ban been arrested for  offering his arm to the queen of Holland. Some reporters have handled ns  many as four queens nl. one time nud  aro "still at large.  An Oklahoma girl advertised for a  husband and got bim. The advertisement and wedding outfit cost $11, and  within a- year he died and left bor  J5.000 life insurance. It pays to advertise.  Owing to the fact that be was  brougliL up on n. farm ami is handy  with tools, Hou. John Dt-yden can nail  campaign lies 15 hours a day and  never once hit his thumb with the  hammer.���������Telegram.  Fifty three cases of contagious diseases were reported to the Winnipeg  health department in October, heing  typhoid fever to. deaths 1: cough l.  diphtheria C. death I: mumps '-'.  measles 1. chicken pox 1. pulmonary  tuberculosis!, erysipelas  _.  Some anxiety is fell for the ssf.t.y]  , of Walter P. Macpherson who is on-  ' gaged upon the Crow's Nest I'ass sur- ]  I vey. Hu left Proctors 'camp on Oct.  j-15th-������oi��������� lfill-s^-cainp.���������intending-���������ro-  \ make his way eventually to Nelson.  Since then nothing has been heard of  his.    Macpherson was -ti yearn of age.  Charles Tlrouard, of France, iho  journalist, who for a wager sta nod off  irom Paris without a cent io get'to  the Yukon is now between Moose  Jaw anel Calgary. lie picks up the  necessary funds for bis journey by  drawing pictures of places ami persons at his different stopping places  ami  selling  them.  Military experts are at present interested in a new self-moving car,  which is to bo a veritable carriage of  death, ll is driven by a 16 horse  power engine, at the rate of over -JO  miles per hour. The car carries two  quick tiring guns, and only one man  is uceiled to drive; the car and load and  I lire the guns.  ;     A  gooel   story   is   tola]   of   tin;  young  Crown Hrini'f of Germany.    Soon after  i Bismarck's   retirement, the     Emperor  i and   Empress  were    at  dinner    with  1 their elder children and some eminent  statesmen,   when    the    young    Prince  ruildenly broke out with:    "They say  father, that now  Prince Bismarck has,  gone, you will he able to tell the pcopljl  to do just what you like, all  by your-'  r."lf.    You will enjoy that, won't you'.'";  '     Macleod Gazette:    A  horso hair bri-|  ' tile has been  on    exhibition    at  .Queen's  during  tbe  past, w.ek  or  so.:  '. It is claimed  to bo the finest piece off  work  of  the  kind  ever  brought  Into!  the country,'and represents months of.  patient  labor    on   the    part    of    itsj  owner,  who  is a convict In   IJcarloelgo !  penitentiary, in Montana.    Tho article  i was  raflicel   off  on   Tuesday   last,  anil  won   by Jeff  Davis, whoso  throw  was j  43.   The  bridle   Is  valued    at    nbout  j f 100. j  The rumors circulated some wo or  I thr. ������" months ago that the rndlans  | of the Stickine river had rovivc/1 tho  horrors accompanying their old practice of witchcraft have proved to bo  ineorreet. The tale of tho disemboweling of a boy near Telegraph creek tin  a sacrifice, as alHO the slaughter of b.  girl for -witchcraft aro pur_> fiction.  The account nlao stated thut au Indian boy was to be executed for bewitching and causing the death of a  girl, anel that the boy was rescued  tind taken to the mission. This part  of the story ia correct, the boy's life  W33 threatened, and he Is now at  Mctlakatia. at the - Industrial school,  where ho is found to be a promising  Indian boy, -_*���������_.'  It   In   Hnrelly the   Stylo   That Would  Tolerated ut Newport.  There are betvvcen 20,000 and 25,000 persons employed in the mnnimilution of tho  tobacco after lt reaches Manila from tho  plantation.-:. Of tlioi-o laborers Arthur T.  Marvin, writing In The Overland Monthly, says: ~  Uy far the greater proportion of those  nre girls, ranging from 10 years of ago tn  lhat indefinite period that follows 20 years.  The chatting and bustling of 4,000 or  5,OUO wonum ought to bo enough to sob  any man crazy, yet tho superintendent of  tho manufactories is a halo, hearty and  souslblo fellow. 'J'ho nol.������o made by handling lho tobacco is distracting enough,  luit, when aided and abetted by 3,000 female tongues the result cannot bo imagined ur dc-uri I icil.  jVftcr lhc labors ot the dny arc over lho  employees take their departuro from tho  factory In droves. A poi-rliin of thoin proceed lu that portion of tho bay sec apart  for bathing.-- where they plunge in" and enjoy themselves. While the unlives are anything but cleanly people, tliey certainly  bathe as fro. j Hourly ns any with whom I  inn uci-unlntuil. 1 tear that while they aie  fonel of water thoy have n horror of soap.  Every evening botween sundown and  dark or by mconii-.-hl. thousands of tho  humbler folk coniu dovvn. to llio bench to  bathe and sport; in tho surf. Hore men  nnd women, old nnd young, married and  single, with no more clothes on than when  they 1311110 into tho world, can bo seen  shouting and laughing, jumping and  plunging, swimming ami diving and having .-������ iplly good tune. Thoy do not conduct- th.i-scives i~ny more indecorously  than lho bathers al Newport", or Long  Branrb, nnd n05.-ar.dal seems tobe caused  by their habir of undo baililng.  The  Thi-  shark  Indies:  -hark Win Scared.  stcrv comes from tha We������������  HIi Keremrliable I'tnL  l:<_<iulr<_cl   l~l.y_.ical  Strougtli ua Well im Uraverj-.  Tho author of "Tho Malnknnd Field  Forco" ro_.oi.ls tho following deed, which  was performed in Tnelia and wns Indeed n  noble, one. It occurred after night bad  fallen upon a bot.lv emucstctl battleground.  Tho British, had with great difficulty repulsed, an enemy overwhelmingly superior  in nun]hers and bad withdrawn into thoir  defenses. The deadly hollow- some distance in front, of their lines, called the  Cup, was commanded from several directions by the firo of the natives and swept  nt intervals by thoir swordsmen.  "Lieutenant Ford-had brim seriously  wounded in the shoulder. Tho bullot cut  the art_ry, and ho was bleeding to death  when Surgeon Lieutenant V. Hugo came  to his aid. Tho lire was too hot to allow  of lights being used. There, wns no cover  of any sort. It wns at the bottom of the  Cup. " Nevertheless tliu surgeon struck n  match at the peril of his lifcund examined  lho wound. Tho match went out amid a  sputter of bullets, which kicked up the  dust nil around, bin; by its uncertain light  ho saw tho nature of iho injury.  - "The oflicer had already fainted from  loss of blood. The doctor seized the artery,  and as no other ligature wns forthcoming  he remained under Uro for threo hours,  holding a man's lift) between his finger  and thumb. Wheu nt length it seemed  that the enemy hail broken into tho camp,  ho picked up tho unconscious oflicer in bis  arms and, without; relaxing his hold, bore  him to a place of :safely."  Tor many hours after this feat, ns remarkable for the strength displayed as for  tlio heroism which inspired it, tho gallant  surgeon's arm was paralyzed and useless  from the strain. Littlo wonder. Not overy man could carry another away, u.sing  ��������� one arm only, and wilh tbo other hand re-  ; taming a grasp which had  already lasted  three hour.- upon n severed nrtcry.  j      "find he not hnd  iho strength to do so  ! Lieutenant: rent must  havo died," is tho  way bis commanding officer put it when  ; he narrate! thG act in bis dispatches.  Aa -~t/M Do** lints H1_B.  Catching at tho tranger's coattail ho  murmured in ade~'recnting toue"Cuuld  you givo me a' li'.tle assistance sir?"  The stranger turned and looked him  over. His eyes were bloodshot his  clothes diity his wholo appearance de-  eided the worse for wear.  "What do you want?" fras tho reply  to tho tramp.  "A job alter I got _ square uioal."  Raid the tramp.  "What can you do?" asked tho stranger.  "I can keep books, soil goods, drive  ��������� delivery wagon, compound prescriptions, set typo and do farm work."  Tho stranger scribbled a few words  on a card, handed tho tramp $1 and  said: "Tako this card to this neldress,  ���������nd I think it will get you-work. Take'  thut dollar, got* a bath, n shave, a hair  cut, -omcthing to eat nnd a drink of  whisky. That will brace you to nieot my  friend. *So long!"  "There's jnst ono thing more," said  tho tramp. "How do you happen to  givo me just $1 and all these directions  with it?"  "Because I got$l from aman ou this  vory corner about ten years ago," saiel  the stranger, "just as you are getting  it from me, and I'm passing up his ndvice and his money just for luck."���������  Chicago Chronicle.  "Bedtluie In Canada.  Any one who has visited Canada realizes   t.he   difforeuce   between   Yaiikeo  , hustling and the easy going way  thoy  do things up thoro.   "I should love to  go visiting  in Canada," says a  tired  wanderer,   "if  the   peoplo  thero  over  went to bed."   "They never go to bed,  :  nnd they never get up," commented a  Hiboniian.who had been there.  ' Something must he wrong with the  old axiom of how to be healthy, wealthy  and wise, for the first nt least those  Canadians are, and they rarely go to  bed much before midnight, nor breakfast muoh bofore 9 o'clock. It is an old  country custom handed- down and cora-  fortnbly enjoyed. Tho '9:30 p. in. bedtime of American domesticity is there  unknown, and tho 7:80 breakfast bo-  lougH solely to tha lowest laboring  c)asses.  "Ob, yes; I feel splendid this morning. I got to bed early and had a goocj  sleep," snid a, young man, who liad  hcen complaining of weariness and lack  .of rest. "What timo did you retire?"  asked tho inquisitive American. "Ob,  real early," was the reply. "Soon aftei  the clock had struck 12. "���������Troy Times.  li\i MOLSONS BANK IMPERIL B^NK,  "���������OF CANADA  tneorp. ruuiet by Act of I'nrUi.inoi.i ltivi  Paid uf] Capita!     ���������     $2,000,0-0  Host Fund   ���������     -     ���������     1,580,008  Head  Oftice���������Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  XX' .Molson Mncphersoii, President  S. II, Fwini.', Vice-Pv.'sielent  '~ . M. |{ii_iiimi;, Henrj Archhul  ^.���������.iiiuel Fiiile.     ,1. P. Olegborn  If. Marl;"land Molson  r1. WoU'erstaii Thomas, Gen, Managei  A. D, Durnford,   Inspector  H. Lockvvood, A"sistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourable  terinsthe accounts of individuals,-.rticj.  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.   .  Interest allowed on deposits a!  current rales.  Knglish and American exchange'  bought and sold at lowest rates  BRANCHES:. :  Aylmer, Ont.  .      Ottawa, Ont.  Brockville, Ont.    Owen Sound, Out  Calgary, Alta.       Kidgetowit, Out.  Clint .in, Out.. Smiths Falls. (L.t  Exeter, Out,. Surel, P. Q.  cliimiltoii. Out.      St. Tboiimt, '.hit.  Lomiiiii, Oi:t.. Tori'iilo, wil  Me.-.fniei. Oi.i. T...'oiiUi,l".'t!c'i.',(>',-  Muuf _.'.������������������ 1, 1*. ti.      "i'..num. Onl.  >si. ('.-. thai im-       V.r">;,>-"i"ic>"..', Om  .-.t. Knin.b.       Woodsluii-.Otii  Ai..iii"isliueg,l"������i_it       -i*'*|inineg. Mjiii  -..ir"-.-!., Oul. Vancouvei", Ii, O.  Sinu'oe,   Oniiirio;     Revelstoke,   B.  C:  Victoria.   B   C,      Quebec.  Revelstoke Branch:  J. D. MOLSON, Manager.  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  fcsorve     -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. "5.  I lowland,   Prusiduut  T.K.Merrill, Vice Pres., (St.Cathariues)  William ltamsay, Koliurt JitfTray,  Hugh Kynn,   T,   Sutherland St-ajuer  lilins Rogers.  D. R, Wilkio. General Manager.  Branches  North West and I. rifcisb Columbia  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portage la  Prairie  Prince Albert  South Kdmonton.  ONTARIO.  V*_icouvei  Winnipeg  Revelstoke  Essex Niagara Falls  Fergus        Port Colbornn  Gait Ratl'ortage  lugursoll    Sault St. Aliiri.  St, Catharine.. |  Montreal, Qui bee:.  Agent.,   m    Croat    Britain  Ivuik  sv i i b  I'o;   trans"'.''  bv   Kilter ������������������  nl" above lii'aiie.li-B.  Agents in thu Unii.rj  Vork, F."-.nk of Mo.-i'.i.  Aiuciis'it: ChJi~:i!{o, I -  l.aiik:  St, Paul. Second  St, Thomas  Toronto  Welland  WoodBtock  Lloyd'o  Ltd.. 72 LiHiil.tir-i S;���������,   London,  whom   inuiiuv  inn-.* be deposited  able : o  ,.u_.  --Novv  1.    Lank,   of  .i    National  ...i.it'iial Bank  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  "A largo steamer," -no diver relates. ~  ���������had struck on n re ef and then sllppc-e. off  iuto eio-p water, taking down with her  th. maii-i and a valuable) cargo. Thero  were somo papers ih-'it *,v>,re particularly  wanted., and I vvas in tho _hs.tr'.e>in under  th'������ bridge working for lli'iin when sv.d-^  ��������� 1. niy tvs j. rurnuii I r-;������w the wi.-kc-el sn'jut  ���������if a'big -.hark close to mn. Ic was a nine;  tis ro bo pinned up in the corner of a littlo  . .H_are room with n bis bruto between mo  nnel tho door. I went creepy all over, I  .���������an toll you. But. I kept Mill, m.d s.. did  he, except that ii" wor!:i"d n Iin la/Uy, J Ike  ;\ ftcw cle>,iiue,r h'lldiu": on ng.iiiist, tl'.e  tide. I pot. tin: knife i'i iny belt bio.-i: and  waited. The .-hark evidently did not know  what to maid! of m������ ar.'I gradually drifted  over i'i the other side of tho room. I iie-  .,.-.11. lhen to move t'.wprd tlioeloorjind had  ni-i*."-: reached it wh.-n tho "hark mado a  ������ud<i."i rush in the. s.nno dlrctioii���������and  i'.i--i*.*"<-nr.,'d. Which <".f lis ;rcit, the bigger  fiial-.t I don't, know."���������Uoort Word-).  Teeth as Bur as Vour Hand.  "bus���������looked-"liis idy���������uil-  ulo-  Th<? J'rlnc; of WitlrV Jok*.  I heard a  {{nod  story about   the prince,  ami ic wii-" well vouel.i'il for.    In the eluh-  - lies, when   the. Ibidi'-.il'- v.*. re more   than  ever  clamorous  and active, a  young lord  rnid to him:  "Sir, have you ever thought of the pe.s-  ������iblliiy ot thi-- becoming a republic and  your !>)������ing your thlc and iii-oinof  "Yes, I hive." said the prince.  "And have you thought of what you  the; would doV* I he" young Ion! p-rsi steel.  '���������Why, yes," .'aid the prince: "thero  would always be ,.' chance ro lecturo in  America."���������Providence Journal.   -WITO0'  phant's riiemih has seen a strango sight,  said nn elephant trainer. "Blophnnls have  no front, teeth, and thoy never cut llesh or  iny feyitl tint r.,"piires touring npart  Kipi-.t t....,th aro all they hnve, two abovo  ,%nd lielov- on en>-h sidB.. huge yellow mo-  Inr. i.-: wiile as a man's hand mid a couple  of lii'-be:, thick.  "Ovr I!..;_-������ hay or fodder is shifted by  tiio epien-re^t, uclie'.-t tongue in the wholo  ni.hnnt kimcdciii, iv toiiftuo that is literally hmiK ar, both enils. iiaviiiR no power of  ni'iveiiii nt exn.jii in the iniddlo, whero iti  . nifts bi.'I: and forth, from sido lo siele,  .ire-hiiii; up agnlii->t tho roof 'of the big  i.-iouth bko an :u:i_������.o!s,-.o wrinkled pink  serpent. Thi-rc h nothing stnuiser than  the working of ,-m elephant's tongue, un-  l.-.-s It, be the- vv.,r;.liiK of his breathing apparatus wii.-n be   -hep-).  ���������'Elepnimt - liku human beings, iiavc  two sut-> of t..'flth. Tho mill; teeth, which  nro Miml'.'.r th.-m thu purnuineiit molari,  full ni.t when th>: imiiniili nre nbout II  years old. Tl;.-._ bnby teeth, which are  novcrlheli"-- ��������� ..onnoii-:, oro occn .ioimlly  picU.'d :ip :.y cire-us men ixmttngtho fodder  unci prc"_rv.-l .is curic-iitles."  The Aiituto Ijlon.  Ouo day a toothloss lion, whoso muscles wero unstrung by  age, lay in  a  shady placo by tho streamlet sido.  He set up u dismal groaning, which  ���������oou drew a crowd of hyenas around  him.  "What is the matter?" they asked.  He oxplttinoc. to them thnt lho days  of his kingship ?vvero ��������� over, aud with  tears pouring down his faco protested  that he was unable to defend himsell  against oven tho weakest of his enemies.  On leitmii!*; this tho hypocritical  sympathy before shown by the hyenas  changed at onco to open malice. They  threw themselves upon tho prostrate  monarch nud worried him .with theii  tectb.  Insido of flvo minutes thoy all lay  rigid in death.  "Golly," chuckled the lion, "I'm  glad I took tho precaution to elnst my  hide with strychniue before I tested the  iindness of these good friends. A fellow learns something, by having been  in politics."  So saying he calmly went to sleep,���������  Criterion.   Hla Wont Offonie.  When it was proposod to lossen the  ���������liS-_of_cri__es_pnuisbed__by_dea'b,_Lord_  Eldou objected to tho nooso being banished in cases of petty shoplifting. "Tho  small shopkeepers will be ruined by this  exemption," said the old Tory lord  chancellor.  Another Tory, a judge, so venerated  tho sovereign that ho included in his regard nny article belonging to the king,  no matter how far removed from actual  possesnion. A tailor bad been condemned for tho murder of n soldier, and the  judgo tacked ou this addition to the  sentence of death:  "Ami not only did yon murder him,  bnt you did thrust or pnsh or pierce or  project or propel tho lethal weapon  through tbe belly hand of hi* breeches,  which were his majesty's 1"  MH/rilOMBT Cn TJKCH ��������� Kovelitolc  l'.c-ucliini; services at 11 11.111. a> d 7:3n  p.m. riais inootinK lit tho cl,,HO of the  innrninK servico. -ut.l-ith "clux 1 unil Bible  -l������-_ o.t 2:110 p.m Wickly p.aver meui'nn  ...vory Wcdm uony evn. iusr nt ":1'0 li in. The  public uro ce_.i_lin.lly invited.    Hi'-its freo.  ItEV. S. J. THOMTSON,  Pii'tor.  PUTJIICH OV ENGLAN-i-St. I'tter's  >~- Hovel-toko Honra of mi vice: Evening  ornyi-r eb.ily ul S o'clock, Fiiiliiys at. 7::i0  -uiidiiyn and FuhUviiIb: Holy ("oiniiiunion ut,  .nn.. iniiri.iiig prayor ut 11. Sunday dehe-iil  mil Blhlo Cln-H at _I:H!i, ovei.inK pri-y r lit 7:H0.  Fust SunAny in thu niouili Holy Communion  nl morning ucrvirt'B. -  FRANK A. FORD, Vicnr.  PRKSBYTEItlAN CHURCH���������Revelstoke.  tiurvico everj Sunday at 11 ii.ui- und 7:.'H)  p.m Bib'o Clma ������t "2:."I0 p.m., to which  ,11 nre welcome. Pruyor ikicling ac H p.m.  ������������������very Wednesday.  j REV. T. MENZIES. Pr.Btor.  UOMAH  l"k-   Btoke.  CATHOLIC   CHUROH ���������Ruvol  Mum   Ilret, aid iliird Sun.lays in  month at 10:30 ii in.    REV. FATHER THAYER.  SALVATION Alt-lY-AI. clint.s every night  in Llio:r lia'l on Front Street,  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1C58.  Repular niretinRS aro held In tho  Uilelfellows' Hull on tho bi'��������� ond und  f.u-tii VSLilucEiluvsof each month  at 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren  oorcliallv invited.  Dr. T. J.-ir., W. M.:   T .1. Gr^hnnio, Roc. Seo.  W. G. Uirncy, Fin. Sen.;   U.S. WiKon. Teens.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F..N0.3461.  Jlmts Iii the Odd-  leliows* Hull on tm-  and uii'l" llii Friil'.yi of  rucli moi.ili. \'iaitln;e  brolluen Invitoil to  attend.  .1. B, Scott, c. n  J. Ij. -.infill, ll  S.  -"..'".���������nigs Bank Depart.01e.it��������� Deposits  of jil and upwards meeived and  intorest nllowoil.  Debentures - Provincial, Municipal  ���������mil other debentures purchased.  Draff- nod Letters of Credic���������Available at all  points ia Canada, Uuited '  Kingdom,    United    States,    Kuropo,  India,  China,  Japan,  Australia, New  Zexbind. etc  Gold  Purchased  This Bank Issues Special Receipts  which will bo accounted fop nt uny of  tlio Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts ln the  Yukon ank northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  ManaROP Revelstoke Brnr.uh  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  AND SCO PACIFIC LINE.  I'liotoprapliy In the Court!.  Photography !-_ c,ften called into court  0' a wirn.-ss who _���������: testimony cannot, bo  impeached. It Is .. del O-tiTe of forged or  di-fcuisei! handwriting, for r.o matter how  elc-er r.n iniltari.jt] or .iileriitlon, tho eye  of the i'.-i:ii-:ra will search out, end tho ;  sensitive plate display the fraud.    A very j  Geioel Tra.lc.  "Oh, my bu<-b)e.--*������ is good," Fr.id thi  tronibunej player. "In fict, I am always  blowing about, it." '  "Well Fni sooted with mine, too," said  the i'hiran������y sweep.  "Anel mino is r.ur of sight," said the  di*.."-.���������Gulden Ji.-vyr.  An  Kuf.y TrlrU.  "My wifo roo toll whns timo ifc is in tho  middle of the night when It is pitch dark."  "Mo'iY iIoe~i =he* elo it!-''  ".Sbo make? me Ket up nnd  look nt the  clock."���������f-iiid-jn Fun.  Important cue, ;n which tho emtries in a  ilocuuier.* wejro ln qu������^.lion, led to tho  building of what is probably thej larg.<_  cmae.ru in rho world. The bellowH may ho  C5~tJ>r.eI-'I 23 f'-'t, nnel is oonnejetcd with 11  dark room, wh:e,h also seji-ve-s iw a plato  holder. Tho h.-.i-> S"oni_ e^ut of nil prtip'jr-  tion to tho si/������ e.f tho ramcr.i, beint. but  two inchc'lneli.-iiuejti-.r, but Itsinr.ttnlfyitig  power is so Kr,-.::r Hint !i.-lt_ r.i e.nrs-fourlji e.f  an inch in height r.-ui he enlnrat'l to TJi  feet nud nppcir in thf-'.r rs.'ie.-t elJiii':ii"I'~n9  nnd wirhe.ut the -llglitc-t ..ppar. fit distortion.���������"I'heif iKrophy: Hi Marvels." by  Kilznbolh Flint W.-iele, in .St. Xicholai.  J'utt SMlHri*!������ of Acton.  A number of r.ntograph letters of Edmund J_C-ii supply some interesting information nbout tho salaries of actors  early in tho century. One relates to an  offer by Mr. Ellison offering Keau ������3 a  week as acting manager of "tho new  theater in Wych street." Later this  TO_u ex high as ������25 a month. In 1620  Kear. was ofTered .?I2,000 a year to go  to America. In tho prime of his popularity he received ������200 for a week in  J-diiiburgh, and apparently ronched (ho  highest point when Mr. Eun 11 wrote  from tho Theater Royal, Dublin, on  Fe;b. 8, 182'J, and offered him _*a0 a  uight to piny in Dublin and Cork.������������������  Liverpool Me.rcnry.  On a parade -_rr.iti.id al Calcutta aro peroral .idjiitniii bird-. The1-; creatures walk  up ami down the fri-oiim!?, miTl they look  bo much liko soldiers that nt, a distance  strangers often mistake them for such.  A   Highly Cnlti������atrel Spot.  Barlviilein, tlm chief proeluto e.f which Is  lhc KiiK.ir .'.-.i'i!. ii ono of the nio^t highly  cultivated spots on lli.i face of the earth.  The wholo i-l;.ml, which i.i of nbout tho  nlni uf the Isle uf Wi^ht, i.-i ]mre-i.cil out  into ste-iil holdings, and every aero of land  is turned to account.  Life of a luttloiililp.  "  Naval experts havo put down the active lifo of a modern battleship at a bont  15 yearn. A hundred years ngo battlc-  f,hips lusted nearly six timeaas long and  wero on active service nearly tho whole  time of tlieir commission. Tho Victory,  fir instance, was 40 years old when she  acted ns Nelson's flagship at tbe memorable bnttlo of Trafalgar. A lino of  battle ship, "tho Royal Willinm.-was  built at Chatham in 1GT0 and was not  broken up until 1613, being icbnilt sev-  ���������ral times before hor final demise.  The. Revelstoke  Photo Company  Revelstoke. B.'C  STUDIO: DOUGH-ASSTRKET  ���������Sam-Needha-Hi���������  Cleaned,  Altered  Repaired  In Good Ptyle tit Lowe.   Prici.-".  I-OUOTjAR Strkkt  riRVKLSTdKI  If You Want ���������  PURE  COW'S  .MILK.  eJllnnintc.il  Unariullci-le-.  '���������is&iPS?rrSfm  SotoT������HE EUROPE DJIIR.Y  MRS. F. JUiJAN  L JI. FRETZ  Contpaetop and Buildep.  Shop opposito Imperial Eank.  Workmanship Ou  eed  . Terms  Gash  German short hand writer*? elo not compare favorably with those of otliernatieuiH.  Th"y ran iiy takedown moro than 50 wordi ]  a minute".  Fruen' Girl.  "Wniii't It noble In that Vns������nr Rlrl to  f.iV6 tliroo mon from ilrowiiliiK-" '  " Ye���������������a liustianil for herself and for two  other nirls."���������Chicnco Recoiil.  Tbe Laplanders drink a great deal of  imokcel snow water, and ono of tbo national drinks of the Tonquineso is arrack flavored with chickens' blood.  Tlio sacred crocodiles of  Egypt were  buried with ber pronefest kings.  mm&mm  PROMPTLY SECURES  IVrito for our interesting; hoo!;-i " Inventor's Help" nud "How you arc swindled."  Send u. a rough &l_otc__ or model of your  invention or improvement and vve will tell ?  you Treo our opinion ai to whether it is (  probably patentable.   Wc make a specialty J  of applications rej.cied   iu other hands. J  Highest rcfcrcncc-3 turnls'ui-d. V  UASZO-I le HABION ]  PATENT SOLICITORS & EXPERTS >  Civil k. Mpchanic-1 Pspincers. Gratluatcs of tho,?  Poljteclmlc School of Engineering. II.-.cheiora ln \  App l^d Sciptic--- Laval t'nlverrity. Mcmtcra 1  1'atrnt Law Appociatlon. Amt'rican Wat. r Wor:.9 /  Af=ociatioTl, >"cw England Water Works As=oc. >  P. Q SoiTc-yor-i -V=sOciatiou, Aheoc. ilember Can. >  Sociity of Civil En_1necis. S  i nrcir.Fl-1 HEW YORK LIFE B'lD'C. MOKTREAL CAN. >  J <"-<���������'������������������ \ ATIANTIO BUIlDINC, WASHINGTON. D-������"3  Shortest and  Quickest Route  To Eastern siikI European points.,  To Pacific Uonst. Alaska, China,  Jtipnn tind Auslrtiliti.  TOURIST  CARS  Iteveljtoko   cliiily   t.o   St.  "Wediicsilay '   to  Puss  I-iinl,     oxciiiit  eiisiern jioints.  Magnilieent bleeping and dining  e.-nt-K on till trains.  Tickets     issued     through    and  Baggage c'hee.lced to deslinafion.  E-ist.  7,-iOk.  DAILY TRAINS.  We~t.  -Revelatoke-lve. 17.20k  Ive-  TO AND FltOM   KOOTENAY POINTS.  8X0k..Ive���������llevelstoke���������arr..10.30k  For    informal ion,   time    cards:,  maps and tickets apply to  T._W. BRADS1IAW.   jtReTTi^'Revel s tolce^  XV.   F.   AxDimsos,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Ntjl.on.  E. J. Coylb, Diitrino Passenger  Agent, Vancouver..  ^eveistol^  Hospital  Maternity Hooni in e ���������nneclion.  Viicciiic    kej.l     e>i>    bund.  Drs  McKechnie   and  Jeffs, Attendants.  Dp. .Malloefe  PhiEici.n a.-d Surgeon. JlcKenzio  Avcnuo. Ri-veleto o Statl.n, B. C.  Wo Havo a Good Supply of  Building  ' Matt:rial  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR S. OT CASH  Call and sec us. "We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SfiW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  J. R. Hull  & Company  Butchers    end    V.'hi_c3al������   on  Rstr.il Bcalore in Beef. Pork, elc  KAMLOOPS ana REVELSTOKE  All orders in  Oiled   cur line prom //fi  ''1  FRENCH AMBASSADOR LEAVES  LONDON  French Hatred of Britain - War Preparation���������Fashoda to be Given Up���������  Britain Approves the Philippine Policy  FATAL ACCIDENT   IN TORONTO  ���������EASTERN   ASblZES  Gold and Coal Discoveries���������The London  Street Car Strike���������Ottawa Water-  woiks���������Canal Tolls  London, November 2.���������The  correspondent of lhe London  Mull   says   Franco   will    retire  lMishodti" unconditionally and without  asking for compensation. Duron de  Courcel, whose term of olllco as  French ambassador in London, expired Bomo timo ago, bul who remained tit bis post lo conduct the negotiations affecting 1-BJ'lH, 1ms now  been recalled, and no haslo is being  Bhown in lhe appointment of bis successor, 'this is done with tt view oil  marking French resentment at tho  British action in the Fashoda mattor.  Kngland  lias almost taken the lilace  Paris' Toronto, November o.���������The election  Daily protest for North Kssux bus been tlls-  from missed.  DRY DEN'S  MAJORITY  Dryden's  majority   for  South  Ontario wns 100.  EAST NORTIlUMllliRLANI")  Tho election  petition  trial  for lOust  Noilliutnberltiiid   in   proceeding.  FATAL  ACCIDENT  A Toronto inotormiiii was fatally Injured in a collision of streel cars here  yesterday.  FORT STEELE MASONS           Fort   Slcclr*,   November   3.���������Perniis  the French people,  NEW HONORS  Earl  Minto    bas    beon    created    a  K. C. M. O  BRITAIN  APPROVES  The    London    newspapers    endorso  the policy of  tho United  States government in respect to  tho Philippine-:  Islands.. ,  CHINESE  NEWSPAPERS (  The  publication  of newspapers lias ���������  been  prohibited  in  China. I  PRESENTATION  The Emperor William has presented  a  home   of  the  Virgin Mary    to  the _  German Catholics. ;  FRANCE   HAS   WILTED  It is  novv  announced    on  what    Is  said to be good authority that Francs ���������,,,���������.,....   vv vTi.~n\v~nRKc~  bas  wilted,  haing abandoned  all  pre- Oil AW A  WA1 LRWORIxS  tension  in  the Nile valley,  and  that1    Ottawa,  November 3.���������Irregularities  tliey   will   evacuate   Fashoda. have   been   discovered   In     connexion  'with  the Ottawa  Waterworks-department.  MERCIER  ANNIVERSARY  Montreal.  November 3.���������The fourth  anniversary of the. death    of  of Germany as an object of hatred by j    - ---   -    -   ��������� i���������orim  sion has been granted tor tbe instim-  !tion of a Masonic lodge in Fort Steele.  j EASTERN DISTRICT ASSIZES  | Winnipeg, November 3���������The assizes  for the eastern judicial district was  opened on Tuesday in Winnipeg,  i GOLD DISCOVERY  A vein of gold quart/ has been discovered near Atlin lako and lignite  coal has been found ncar.Glcnorii.  COPPER MINES SOLD  The valuable copper mines on Mlchi-  picotin island have been bought by a  Boston  syndicate.  THE   STREET   CAR   STRIKE  London,   November   3.���������Tho   settlement   of   the   street   ear   strike   here  has  not yet been  arrived  at anel  no  arrangement seems  possible.  STILL   PREPARING    , |  Preparations for war are still being  actively   carried    on   by  bath    Great j  Britain nnd France. . |  INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION ' ,  ��������� Washington, November 2.���������The International Commissioners' meeting  at Washington has been adjourned  until  November 10.  FEDERATION  Nicaragua. Salvador and    Honduras  have federated  as the  United    States  of Central America.  OFFICIAL RETURN OF PROHIBITION MAJORITY  Gold Discovery���������Canadian Tobacco-  Fatal Accident at Qu'Appelle���������Vancouver's Loyalty.  - -  London,  November -'.���������The  Loudon  street car strike remiiis unsettled..  ABERDEEN BANQUETTED  Ottawa.   November   2.���������Lord   Aber-  Count  Mercier were, observed yesterday in  Montreal.  '   CANAL   TOLLS  The  Montreal    corn    exchange oppose the  abrogation   of    canal    tolls,  without adequate compensation by the  United  Stains.  MILITIA   MOBILIZING  Quebec,   November   3.���������The   Quebec  newspapers  propose   the  mobilization  of the Canadian militia for the annual  inaiioeuvcrs.  KILLED AT SHAGGINAPPI  Jas. Patterson thrown from a Hand Car  On the C.P.R.���������His Skull Smashed  A fatal accident occurred on Tuesday near Qhngglnappl Point, I'.',-! miles  west of -.Calgary, whereby an old resident. James Paterson, aged 5S, lost  bis life.- ���������      . "   -        '  Mr. Patterson, who was employed  _ on Macleod'n section gang had come  I into town to get bis chock tind'was  I returning   with   three    others.      The    .car was going down grade at a pretty  eleen was vostf-reiay banquetted by the   lively  pace  when  tho  handle  caught  citizens  of Ottawa. '��������� lho unfortunate  man and  threw him  'off. His h'sad struck on the rail and  bis skull was broken in. He died in  a few* minutes. Coroner Mackid considered an inquest uiinoccsary.  Deceased had lived in the district  10 or 12 years, .his place being eight  miles West. He leaves a widow and  five grown up children to  mourn his  PROHIBITION  MAJORITY  The complete- oilicial returns of the  prohibition   plebiscite   show   that .the  actual   majority   for   prohibition   am-  c omits lo 13,SS4.  -    VISC AY AS  ISLANDS  Winnipeg. November 2.���������A rebellion  hns   broken   out    on  - the    Vlscayas  islands.  SULTANA   MINE   SOLD  It is. reported that the Sultana mine'  07000 '      "~  "has ben sold" for $1"  GOLD   DISCOVERY  loss.  NOT A'JINGO, I3UT-  Adclressing a meeting of bis coustit-  utenls  near Acerington    Sir    Joseph  Rich placer gold has been discover-. Leeso ,lffll.med llis ,,cllel: in tUo sounded between the Dease aud Atlm Lakes        s of Lon, SaUsbul.y-s ,.ialm to Fa-  "    KILLED ON THE TRACK    -     Ulioda.   He was no jingo, he said, but  Qu'Appllc,   November  2.���������A   tramp, he  was an  Englishman,  and  he was  unknown, has been killed on-the C. .geting tired of seeing his country turn  P. R. track near Qu'Appelle. the other check.  MILITARY1 FUNERAL I      Sb* Waller Foster, speaking to his  ,,,.     , VT��������� ,,���������_.   ,    r,,,,-,  f,���������,    constituents   ttt   Sawley,     Derbyshire,  Winnipeg,   November  2.���������The* flm: snil,  T nivl  ������,,������������������.���������..,. a*lul  Lor[,  Rose;  BRITISH     WAR    SHIPS   READY  FOR ACTION  Arrest of a Spy at Dover-Coast Guards  Mobilized���������Russia and the Philippines���������Outlook in China  London, November   3.���������The   Acglo-  ?rencli  silutttiou    Is  practically    unchanged. ������  CAPE  COLONY  Cttpe Colony will contribute A'3D,00.  annually  towards  the  Uritish  navy.  AUSTRIA AND PHILIPPINES  The Austrian government favors a  nrltish protectorate ot the Philippines.  AQUINALDO'S   PROCLAMATION  Aqulnaldo   has   issued   a   proclamation  warning  the  Philipitios    against  any disobedience o������ his orders.  RUSSIA    AND    THE    PHILIPPINES  It is reported that Russia and auditor power vvill send a joint note to  Washington respecting the Philippine  .slands.  A FRENCH SPY  AFrenchraan has been ai rested at  Dover, who was attempting'-'to enter  Lbe big gun turret on the adniirallty  oler here.  OMINOUS  MOVEMENT  The fact that tbe Coast Guardsmen  throughout the United Kingdom have  received v.v.riiing to be in readiness  for mobilization is regarded as a very  meiining sign. Many of them have  already joined  their ships.  CLEARED  FOR ACTION  Wai-Hai-Wei. November 3.���������All the  British warships here are cleared for  action suid ready for sea al an hour"s  uotice. The greatest secrecy is maintained as to the meaning of all these  warlike preparations, hut no doubt  important instructions are expected  to arrive at any moment. A large  Russian licet is assembling at Port  Arthur.  '    TRANSPORT SUNK  Santiago, November 3.���������The transport Panama is reported as sunk in a  gale. 'She had three hundred souls on  board, only a few of whom'have "escaped. -   .���������  LORD    MINTO    EN   ROUTE   FOR  CANADA  LORD     SALISBURY    AND    THE  SIRDAR  eral of the marine apprentices killed *aul ,l-0,,cl b;l'-,sb l,->,   ,  ,  "22.'ESS* haS ^ flX6rt " takS ���������������������'������n ^ m uT. foot-^  BAD "FISHERY   SEASON '������>-���������-_��������� Much a? h������ ^ed the possibili-  Halifax, November 2,-Reporta from   . ?s of *&'���������, "10 ^11   here were times  Gloucester say that the fishery season ^'- * nshtcous nation must take up  has proved a disastrous one. ."    de'?"*-*- a J������wt cause.-Lon-  SOUTII  ONTARIO ELECTION        don -������ail>  Mai1-  Toronto, November 2.���������Dryden was '  .   y THT MONTGOMERY STATUE       >*���������*  fl���������  BasL- *���������������������*  The Ontario XX. C. T. U. are opposed to the proposed Montgomery statue In Quebec.~  CANADIAN   TOBACCO  Tha   counties   of  Essex   and Kent,  Ont., liavo produced between five and  seven million pounds of tobacco this  season.  VANCOUVER LOYALTY  Vtancouveu,      November  First Friend: "Heard.old Smith-  son's going to be married for the  fourth time. Must cost him something for licenses." Second Ditto:  '"Think ho ought to apply for a season ticket."  Emperor William and the Empress,  while at the Church of the Holy  Sepulchre, at   Jerusalem, visited    the  the  offer  of  raising  imperial defence.  DESTINATION UNKNOWN  A WINNIPEG SENSATION  , T, 0 various portions of the sacred shrine  ���������    . , . T. . ���������,."��������� ��������� ',. and spent 10 minutes at the scene of  Scotchmen  of  \ ancouvcr have made ^ cl.ueifixioll.    Their relura WM-the  .occasion for another outburst cf popular enthusiasm, palm branches being  ���������    ���������        _     'strewn  along  the  way  and  the  cob-  Victoria,   November    2.���������The    flag b]estoneS ]ai,i  with carpets.  tti0U^vXmRv\c?oriaUaB,C,fll Tho correspondent of The Loudon  ������������_��������� Sddo^sm o'thei^stips^of ga������rM������n. ���������*���������*������T o^  the fleet arc under orders to follow.      ���������^$ J������^&^&  on Friday night the entire. Christian  population   of   Kossow,   East   Galicia,  rose against the Jews and attacked tho  Jewish   quarter  of    the    town.     The  A Fonrtcen   Year   Old   Mother   in the house    of    an    especially     obnoxious  Court j Jewish usurer wns set on fire, anel the  Winnipeg.  November  3.-An  extra- ""ror and bis wife and two children  ,.    " '   b'   '.,,.������������������   .������������������i,  ���������io,,0 ,-���������   thn wore burned ah vei in the flames. Tuey  ordinary senstitloii  took plate in    ho h  court    houso    hero    toclaj     u lion_ the  plaintiff   In   the   rapo  case,   which   i-i    ">���������     ������-  now progressing, who is not quite U ������>���������-���������������    "J1;^  4izcl   by  years  old   was .confined  In  the court ^���������>;  fIJ^ Ynrnrlf^e.!  p^������.i������ anU  housewhilo  ������tw������"tliiB  her  turn  to     P-    -������ <f a fil.s, ������������������,���������. w!m,ow_ ���������e  pear  beforo  the  grand  juiv.   Met hei  and child arc progressing favorablv.    . ^ ^. jlieh.    }W^  bfi|ng|1 e!ihcr   ���������  stoned   or bealcn   to  death.      Women  Fred j\. Newman, or Portage I.i ;m,i ehildren. who are taught by the  Prairie has been npppointed divisional priests to n-c'ird Jews as fiends in  superintendent of the Crow's Nest human form, took part in this  railway. jinnssae-rr.  Destructive Fire at "Collingwood ���������  Charges of Immoral.ty ��������� Omaha  Awards���������Montreal Lotteries  ��������� Winnipeg, November -I.���������Lord Mlnto  sailed yesterday for Canada.  ROAD" TO TESLIN LAKE  A good road now extends from the  Stikine river to Teslin hike.  FREIGHT SHEDS ABLAZE . '  The   Grand- Trunk   railway   freight  sheds  at  Collingwood,  Ontario,   were  destroyed   by  fire  yesterday,  and  the  steamer Pacific vvas also burned.  ELECTRIC  WIRING  6 Stringent  regulations   regarding  electric wiring will be enforced in Winnipeg, e  LABOR PLATFORM  Tho Trades anel Labor    Council of  Winnipeg are  preparing  their municipal platform.  CHARGES  OF  IMMORALITY  Serious charges of immorality being  practised  on  the  Edmonton trail are  ���������maao*-b>-~-a"-United"-States-editor. - - . - -  OMAHA  AWARDS  Manitoba, Assiniboia ' and "'Alberta  have been awarded gold    medals   tor  cereals exhibited at the   Omaha   exposition. .  NEW LINE OF STEAMERS  Vancouver, November ���������!.���������A Vancouver  company  propose to  establish  a  new line of coasting steamers.  OPENS  TOMORROW  Victoria, November 4.���������The Brltisn  Columbia legislature will assemblo tomorrow.  MONTREAL- LOTTERIES  Montreal, November ���������!.���������The authorities are endeavoring to suppress tne  lotteries  wliich  are  yearly  becoming  more  numerous  in  Montreal.   According to  police detectives    lliere    are  three lotteries anel  four policy establishments in tho city.   Over two million  and  a half  dollars are annually  contributed to these, halt' of which is  probably  given  back  in  prizes.     Six  mii.ious of    policy tickets    are    sold  every year to people who pay from iu  cents to $1.00 a piece for tlicm.  UNSEATED  Toronto, November 4.���������Douglas, the  Liberal  candidate, was  yesterday unseated for East Northumberland.  FIJI   WITHDRAWS  Ottawa, November.4.���������Fiji Has withdrawn her subsidy    to the    Canadian  Pacific steamship  line.  PROHIBITION AND LAUK1EH  A delegation of prohibitionists yesterdav interviewed the government, at  Ottawa and urged prohibitory legislation. The Hon. Wilfred Laurier  promised that the Government should  give a reply at an early date.  '  ������������������������������������    The two year old son of tbe Rev-.  W. Leslie Clay, Vancouver, was burned to death on Tuesday through playing wirli  matches.  Dr. Patrick. M.L.A., for. Yorkton,  has compiled and issued a pamphlet  comparins the standing of th. Territories with that of tbe provinces. ?Mr.  Pr.lrii-"- holds that the Territories are  entitled to diicct compensation from  tiie Dominion treasury for th exem-  tion from local taxation granted the  C. P. R. Also that the Territories  are entitled to compensation for the  public lands held and administered  bv the Dominion for the benefit of the  federal   treasury.  Safety of the Panama ��������� Bank of  England    Note    Forgery ��������� Sir   Henry  Irving Sick���������Germany Scores  Now York, November 1.���������Tlio Pittsburg glass blowers tiro on strike.  SPAIN   WITHDRAWS  The Spanish government will withdraw from the peace conference.  SAFETY OF THE PANAMA  The  transport   Panama   which   was  reported .lost  with  all  hands bus arrived safely tit Havana.  A   DEFAULTER  A   Philadelphia  defaulter  yestorday  surrendered himself after seven years  of wandering.  MERCHANT SHIPPING  The Nevv York chamber of Commerce urging the international congress to endeavor to arrange for protection for merchant vessels during  war  times.  CRETE  AND  THE  POWERS  London,  November 4.���������The powers  will assume complete control of Crete  today.  GERMANY   SCORES  Gcmany has secured an Important  concession from the Sultan of Turkey.  ' HONG   KONG  Military and naval preparations aro  extremely active-at Hong Kong.  SIR   HENRY  IRVING .  Glasgow, Nov. 4.���������Sir Henry Irving  was unable to play tit the Theatre  Royal, Glasgow, owing to an attack of  pleurisy. A bulletin vvas issued by his  medical attendants last night to the  effect that Sir Henry would he unable  to appear on the stage for a fortnight;  his present condition requires com:  plete rest.  BANK OF ENGLAND NOTES  Vienna, November 4.���������A young man  about 25 years of tige vvho gave his  name as Antoine Manpuetle Regien,  and who speaks English and French,  has been arrested at Troppatt, in  Austrian Silesia, on a. charge of attempting to pass1 28"forged Bank of  England note's of ,C20 each. .His  statement that bis father is an electrician in Philadelphia and that he is  on, a pleasure tour is not credited,and  he is assumed to belong lo a gang of  international forgers, one of whom,  a certain Nickolaus Vasgau. I'roiu  Bucharest, was arrested In Vienna last  May for having passed some spurious  ,C0 notes.  THE' SITUATION  London, November 4".���������Most reliable  information from Paris confirms the  earlier reports that Premier Dupuy  has decided to wash his hands of the  Fashoda affair and to recall Marchand, for whose mission-he is not responsible. Today will most probab:  ly be one of the gravest importance in  the history of the crisis. It is expected that the French ambassador will  impart the decision of his government  1j Lord Salisbury, who vvill speak this  evening at a banquet lo bs given to  the Sirdar. Probably Ihe text of the  premier's speech will be the official  .note issued lasl evening announcing  that there was reason to hope that  che political situation was improving.  Further light will doubtless bo thrown  on the matter nt the reopening of the  French Chambers.  THE MNLNG EXOHJI.NGE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  The bar is supplied with tho best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigan.  eJ. V. PEEK.S, .Manager.  (5US LU.ND Propri  Two boys were shot and killed on  Halloween niglit in the States.   Henry- Norman has_i_aceo.;pted___tho  London corresponilenceshlp . of the  New York Times!  Alexander H. Clarke, brakeman,  was killed at Medicine Hat by being  run over as he was standing, in the  way of a train.  If grown men only knew as much  as their mothers think thoy know  when they arc babies, the world would  havo no further uso for books of reference.  Charles Henderson's two year _)]<]  little girl was fatally burned at Stonewall on Monday, lier clothes caught  fire at the kitchen stove.  B. E. Clarke, travelling auditor of  the C. P. R., has been transferred from  Winnipeg to the, western portion of  che division, with headquarters ut  Calgary.  Six   ear   loads   of  cigarettes     have  followed   the  50   carloads   of  beer  to  the  Philippines,  and  so  the  work  of  civilizing the now wards of,the U. S.  goes merrily on.  Edmonton shipped 13 cars of live  hogs to Kootenay during the past  summer, worth $1,500 each car.  Isaac: "What elo you think is the  luckiest day of the week on which to  be born?" Jacob: "1 don't know:  I've only tried one."  The percentage of votes polled for  prohibition in the different provinces  was: Ontario. 27 per cent; Nova  Scotia, 34: Nevv Brunswick, 30; Prince  Edward Island 3S; Manitoba, 25; British Columbia. 10; North West Territories, 27;   Quebec. 8.  The tramp who was found killed by  the east bound express on Tuesday  night near Qu'Appelle, was found liy  the man whose duly it is to examine  the wheels under the sleeping cars,  and resting on- the brake beam the  body was found very badly mangled.  II was handed over to lhe Qu'Appelle  authorities. Tbo man was a stranger.  Charles Blanilus confessed in the  police court at Brooklyn, on "Wednesday, that ho covered his wife with  paper and rags, while she vvas asleep,  and set them on fire for the purpose  of burning her alive. The woman  awoke to find herself enveloped in  smoke and fire. She screamed anel  rolled on the blazing bed. She was  severely burned when the neighbors  rescued* her. The husband said his  wfie was always quarrelling with  him.  .Do  Neatly  Printed  Letter Heads  Note Heads  Bill Ileads  Statements  Envelopes  Business   Cards  Visiting Cards,  Programmes  Menu Cards  Wedding Cards  Memorial Carda  Invitation Cards  Receipts  Drafts  Cheques  Stock  Certificates  .j  Show Cards  Books or  Pamphlets  Folders  Debentures  Bindin{"-i>f  F. .McOHRTY  ."Wholesale and Retail Dealer in.  PRI.ME BEEF, PORK.  JWlDTTOeN J.ND SJllDSJ-SE-  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoke,  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  -_���������������������������_���������_-__-_������������������������������������.���������__���������__���������.���������_______���������_______^������  Columbia House���������������������������  The   largest hotel   in  town.        Centrally    located  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation. l.atos    fl     per    &*j  Brown & Pool, Proprietors :  REVELSTOKE "~  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed  rooms.  Table furni-hed "iritli  tiie choicest the market  affords. BpHt Wine������  Liquors aud _7ifmr������  Rates  Jpl.00 a day.     Mouthly rat*.   J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.-  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Salo Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake Distxioi  S.iddle " and     Pack    Hottm  .always for hire.  Freighting  and   Teaming   a,  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock . . ���������- ���������  for Trout Lake City.    For particulars write  CRAIG & HILLMAN, TnoM80N*8LAMDiK������.  Al  GOOD  CHANCE  To secure oae of those desirable lota  CHEAP on the C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site.,  Dont    wait  - till    the   boom- comas  our way, but BUY NOW.  HAIG & CRAGE  Sole Agents.  For All   Kinds of   Commercial  PRINTING  any kind    li  . Give Us A Call. ...   Our Prices Are Fight.  FERGUSON  The Centre   cf  the   Lardeau   Mines  r\ll ANYTHING in the line ol  JOB PRINTING. If you do  you cun be furnished vvith the  same by TIIK HKRALD. AVe  carry a greater assortment of  paper, Envelopes, Cards, Etc,than  any othur establishment iu  North  Kootenay,   and    can give  satisfaction iu  i,  Quality  Promptness  and Price.  Prices aud samples   furnished on  application.      Address  Be Sure and register at the  BJ1L.M0RJIL .HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  The table is nrovided with the bc,st  the market iill'oids.     Rates from S-  to $:i per day.  What Do You  O  Want in Shoes ���������  If you wast a good Miner*' Bhe* ���������������_._  D. Jenkins.  It you want a good Proipecton' DhM cnu  to D  Jet-kins.  Shoe- and Uarneu repaired on th* -hart-Mi  notice. AU line* of vrork kept la ���������*������._.  at prlcta to rait ail. -   -  4JD. JENKINS  Kirit Street, ona bloek front tha IbmtU.1  Hank ol Canada.  P_e-f*l������tol;������ Btatloa. >. O.  CUMMINGS BROS..   ���������   Proprietors.  eJofy-l  B. Wood  Jlretoteet  and Buildep  E. timatca, plans and sve_cificstiona furnished  on application. Shop and repair _ork  promptly attended to. Wood carvi'i; a  specialty.      Work    -hop   on   Front  Street.  He   kevelstoke  Herald  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersigned has _ large supply  of Hemlock. Spruce. Fir and f-fae  Wood for i=.-ile. Any persoa requiriag  wood will kindlv leave their erder*  with Mr. \V. M. Lawrence. Keqelsteke  Station, or with H. N. Counter,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  17ulf FRANK JULIAK.  I   Tlje Vernon Soda  Water . Works . .  M.J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Manufuctu-er nf Boda "Watar. 3lirar  Ale, Sarsaprillaand all Soft_______  A full snpplj- iLtyt in itac-  at IIo  Carty's  Cold Storage, wh.r_  arta*  _, can be left.   - aSi iw-l.  Wendell Maclean  "Wholesale  and Ketail  Revelstoke, B. (.  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  tii tt  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blacksmttiiins-t Jo__b_*__e  Pl_i_nbin_*.   PiP������ Fit-ti-Ur  Tinsmithinr  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery Repaired  Mining Work a Speeialty______a_  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke 8t������. CYRUP
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in lown last night.
A. B. R. He-am .'returned from Nelson by 1-ist night's train.
���Read Grogan it Co.'s list of bargains in real estate elsewhere in this
issue. j.
The local legislature is called to
meet for lhe dispatch of business on
January nth. 1S')0.
C. II. Walker, manager for .Tames
Gill & Co., of 13i-ooUlyn, came np from
the south yesterday.
Remember tlm H_iiiihard-"\Y.*illhei*
Concert Co. play in Ta piling's theatre
on the ISth and 19th inst.
\V. F. Bernard, editor of the Calgary Tribune, passeel through tivvn on
"-Saturday night, en route lo San
Francisco.
The Imperial Bank have opened a
hi .-inch of tho bank at Nelson. Mr.
I_iy. formerly of Kdmonton, is to Ik'
manager at lhat, place.
The dance arranged for by the
ladies of St. Peter's i-lmrcli vvill lie
held on Thanksgiving Day. Thursday,
the 24th, in Tapping's Hall.
McKenzie Avenue is assuming rpiite
a metropt .itan'-ippc-ariinc-e. Business
blocks are going up. sidewalks being'
lmill. all indication., of push and prosperity.'
Hugh Gor-lii". managing director of
the Burnb.-iid-.Vaklier' Concert Co..
was in town on Monday making
arrangements to bring the company
here about the. 20th inst.
The tourist car servie-e. for llie win
ter on Ihe C.P.R. will be as follows:
Tonri.-t car for Bus!on vviil leave-.
Revelstoke every Thursday; for
Toronto on Monday: for St. Paul the
tourist car w-.il bu run daily.
Biili-h Columbia is entirely devoid
r.f smart lawyers. .Toe, Martin had lo
send m Winnipeg for II A. Maclean,
the deputy attorney-general of Manitoba to till the deputy *.ittorney-
genera!ship of British . Columbia. It
���was ever thus.
John Sinn-pies, merchant.of Ciliary.
returned from a biijines.. trip to the.
south country last night and proceeded home by Xo. 2 this morning. Mr.
Sharpies is ��� greatly pleased with
evident sigr.s of prosperity at, Revelsloke..
The !__t l_riti_!i Columbia Gazette
contains the appointment of "William
Walter, of 1-5. Sergeant's In::. Fleet
street. London. England, Enquire,,
to the ngent-general fi.r the province
of Bi-iti-b Columbia, in the s.iid city,
vice Forbes George Vc-inem, Ksej."
The honester yci ran be; in your
neb the better people will ij!.r- it..
R. Howson A: (���-">.���-������ new , block em
McKenzie avenue is nearly cl.v_-.--il in
and Mr. Howson hopes to move his
stock of furniture into it by the fir.-t e.f
December. The Heii.u.d undei-M.-iuds
H. X. CV.tii-i.ii-r vvill open up biisim-ss
in the vacated biock. ��...
The Kamloops Standard report.'- a
hockey match thus early in f lie seasc-n.
It is time the I'evel>;��ike buys got.
together and organized, as there: is
goe>el material here for n.tea in. Tliey
shoulel also appoint a committee to
wait upon Messrs. Cowan to Horn as
to the advisability of removing the
posts in the link. If tbe RevelsU-ke
boys are provided with it suitable
rink tlipy will give a good account of
themselves at the Kootenay tournament in Rossland this winter. By all
means let ns have a hockey team.
Don't lie: tun distinctly original in
your adve-i li.-ing.
A pi-inter eb-.'sn't rush to the elector'
when he is mil of "sorts"; n<~r to the
baker when he is nut of "pi"; nor to
hell when lie wants the "devil"; nor
to the Bible when be wants a good
"rule"; nor to the gnnshop when be
vv.itilsjt' "shcoting stick''; nor fo a
cubini't shop when be wants "fiirni-
tui-e"; iici-to a b.-iiiU When be wants
"ejiieiins": nor to a lawyer when" he
hns a���dirty case"; nor to a butchc-i-
,. when be wants '-phat/'; nor to .1 pump
when he's dry���and has ten cents ib
his pocket.���(Unielentified).
THE LATEST FROM THE BEATRICE GROUP
RAWHIDE TRAiL BLAZED OUT
The Owners of the Beatrice Will Net
Ship This Winter���The Kootenay
Lumber Co. Will Not Keep the Arm
Open���Tbe Merchants Getting in
Winter-Supplies��� Personals, Etc.
Thomson's Lanpino, Nov. 5.���A.
Craig. 10. llilliiian and Dan Kueii have
siu-i-eeded in blazing nut a line for a
rawhide trail from llu; Beatrice mine
down to .Mohawk creek to connect
with Pool creek trail, but. the owneis
ol" the mine do not see their way clear
to build the trail this fall,consequently
there vvill be no shipments made this
winter.
II is reported tliat the Koolenay
Lumber Co., who run the steamboat
ljjin-dci~.il and Archer, will nut make
any strenuous clTorls to keep the Arm
open I liis winter bet ween here and
Arrcr.vlu'iid, as was done last winler.
The more-hanls of Trout Lake and
Ferguson are busy getting in their
winter stocks anil the different
freighters are' busy in consequence,
wilh muddy roads aildoci.
Alex. Ciuumings, merchant, of
Ferguson,spent Monday night in town
on his way to Revelsloke.
Dave Ferguson, of the Holel Ferguson, Win. IT oil lies, of lho Windsor,
liis wife and daughter, Mr. Bennett,
superinter.detit of the Silver ("up.cainp
in on Tuesday and left the lollnwing
morning for Revelsloke.
Win. Viekers arrived in (own on
Tuesday from Albeit C-iiiyon where
lie has heen all summer with the
Wiivci ley Co. Kv.irybo.ly was glad to
-see Billy back onee more.
Wm. Realy, of the Forks lintel.came
in on Tuesday on bis return homo
rieiin a business ami pleasure irip lu
Revelstoke:. He tells us tbat Revelsloke! is building up fast mid is hound
in tiie iii'.'ir future to become lhe
metropolis of the district. -
Bon Reamy" is improving rapidly
and it. is lo be hoped will sunn lie able:
to be nul on crutches.
We aro having considerable rain
liei-c: for the past, two weeks- it," bus
been pouring down almost cotitiiiu-
oiisly.
6i
The Leading: Store.
No bluster, no fuss, just basilicas, Unit'., all.
5?
Dry Goods
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Hats and Caps
Mens' Clothing
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Boots and Shoes
Boys' Clothing:
1
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Carpets
Overcoats
r
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Curtains
Mackinaws
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House   Furnishings
Mens"  Furt-ishing-s
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Etc., Etc.
Our Men's, Boys' and Children's Ready  lo Wear
Clothing stock is very complete and value excellent.
We have a complete stock of Ladies*,' Missis and
Children's Warm Winter Underwear, Glomes,' Mitts,
Etc."    ��� * :*.**��� A\"  -
if a
wttyi
X)__3_A.Xj:E_~_- IIN"
Agent I'or tho
Bliclsdiisclerrer
Typewriter
We are doing business on
a cash basis. We buy for
cash, and se!I for cash. We
carry no bad debts with which
to hamper our business, and
as st res ult. can sell you goods
at reasonable rates.
ll
���The best paper covers the cream
nf lhe trade in any section.
���No sc-lit'ine. of publicity is complete williout the newspaper.
The I'jpvvorth League of the Mellio-
di.'-l fhurc-li have inaugural ed .1 reading
cirele fin- Iheir uii'iiilici s which liids
f.iir to be 11 most successful feature for
winie'i- evniiii-.gs. The first evening',
study will be held on Thursday even-
ing of lhis week at the home of Mr. C.
F. Lindmaik. Mr. I-.iyotto Buker
vvill'nave charge and (be bonk foi
study will be "Makers of Methodism,"
bv Or. Wit brow.
Pewny's C.elebr.it.i-il Kiel Gloves.    Women's Underwear.
Children's  Combination   Sleeping Suits.
Goods well bought are half solel.therefore" we experience
, ' no  dil.iculty   in selling our wares.
_    *".      ���_�����&..���*'}. �����''��i&'lfr
JAMES GILL &'CO.
TAYLOR BLOCK.    ��� .     . ���   .      .     HcKENZIE" AVE.
Gents' Furnishings
Boots, Shoes,, Hats, Caps and
Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and
Fancy  Articles, Patent  Medicines, Etc.
PORT   O'lTTTIO'EI   STOBB,   REVELSTOKE * B. C.
A FEW POINTERS.
TO THE HOUSEKEEPER
Why stone Raisins when you can buy them already seeded,���The
Romana extra choice, 15 cents per lb.
We have still a few boxc_ of Pears left, at $2,25.
When buying Apples remember the quality of our stock and don't
forget the weight is so lbs. not 40 lb.
In   Vegetables we can   give you,   Potatoes,   Cabbage,   CarroLs,
Onions, Beets.
serei-axo*��� Q-EO.    Sii_I_Xj   CS   OO.
First Class Grocers and Fruiterers.
n
Advertisement to Creditors
IN THE MATTEIt OF TIIE COLUMBIA AND
KOOTENAY STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, LIMITED, LIABILITY;
NOTICE is hereby given Unit the creditors
of tlm above naiuodcompany are hereby required on or before tho
Seventh Day of December, I8g3
to send their names and addresses and the
particulars of their debt-, or claims, and the
names tind addresses of llieir solicitors, if any,
to ll. M. Kogers, Esq., liiink of Montreal Cham-
hers, Victorlii. H. C, the Liquidator nt, the said
company,"and nt the expirn.tion nf the said
time llie Liquidator will pr6~reed to distribute
the assets ot ihe Company c.r.,iiuy pari thereof
aiiininrst'tlt'c partioi entitled 't-heretu, having
rccnrcl only lo the claims of vvliii'li the Liquidator has then notice; and the Liquidator
shall not b.e liable for the assets or any part
thereof ns,distributed to ' any -person "-whoso
eliiini he litis-not hnd notiee at the time of
distributing the insets or 11 purl thereof as Uie
en-e mm*-bo._���* --
Pnteil* nt Vietnria, II. C, this 27th dav ol
October, A.T).. lS'.'S.      - -���-   ."-. ..   .
.Mci'iiiLTjii's, wooton & i"ai~:nart>, .���"
Bunk of Monireal  ChmubcrsN Victoria,
]t. t:., Folioitcm" for the said Liquidator
Hotel License"
NOTICE Is hereby given' that 30 days from
date hereof I intend tu apply to the Stipendiary Magistrate for tlie Kevelstoko Hiding of
West Koolenay for pertnision to sell liquors by
retail at my llotel at Itevelstoke, It. C.
PERCY C. CKOTTY.
Itevelstoke, Oetolier "Stli, 1SI18.
Hotel  License.
'-Take notice, that I, tlio undersigned, Intend
to npplv :tll days aiier ditto to the Stipendiary
Mngistrnteot the Kevelstoke Hiding of West
Kootenay for a license to sell liquor by retail
nt my hotol, situate on the llii; Hend waggon
rond, about three miles north of Kevelstoko.
.      ���. 11. CALLAHAN
Dated nt Itevelstoke, Oet. 12th, li_8.
-   Hotel License
NOTICE IS 1IEKEHY GIVEN' thai ~l) days
from date hereof 1 intend to npplv to the
Stipendiary jM.ij.;i.slrnle for lho Kevelstoke
'"i.ling of West Kootenay fur permission to
sell liquors by'rolail nt my.Hotel In I'.evol
stoke, B. C.        - - /   "
JAMES E1"WAI'1"~*.
���Dnti'd at llevelstoke, Nov. 5th, IS'.iK. . Niiv-"i-5t
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..........a:........Ntn.1...... ....,<������. _
FeMnsen,!
3 Ferguson, B-C- |
I Bssti -ScGommodaftlon In -tl.�� f
;        __aK.oau Disii-Iet.        I
Rates:   $2.���� Pe_ Dag.
I D. FERGUSON) pROPFtlETOR'I
~..c.n...rn....a.u.i:nH..3.tj.��c.....n.li.....BN,..H.RHaia.il
S***l-SWji-A
Undertaking and Embalming
A unance t>o
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Save 50 per cent these hard-times
By   buying   your   Grcceri3S, Dry Goods, Hardware,    ,
Etc.   at   I.   M.   Citron's:   W. B. Pease *&  Co.'s-.ojd
stand, opposite the Union Hotel.
S3_3_.~    The goods are all of first  i-lasi-' ejiuility.    ' _a*!i -,
I-cini'iiiber this special offer vvill only l.tbt for ,i short peried.
"T- "P J^" f~J S" t-r^ T?*l jf^*. Tt"?"
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rf^r7-^ r.*-K^r;.^-;r^-vrr-gr-J-T/ '���i^OT'.-J"T'^~'.'^S "^���-^'7-^r;-^,'-T-~i'-:-^,_^or"��-'f?'^?.-^jrv-^r?--=>,-J~-5
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BIRTHS
C'JJ
Mr*
The Stove Trade
Joiiksox���On    Nov.
Geo. Johnson, of a daughter.
the   wife   ofStS
\m
ST1C caji�� _i________i __ P3
np in T<f-vets*uvkc-. m:;i-'
<^^ftr-J>r-in^h_jjf_ja_u^JsU}-J^'J^;
evelstoKe
m
Qhri?    Qff.TP Pi
,,   ^ XI\}\j     %. l\Ji ><; f>\
m
f?r~x
%4
'0j
,!a-..y oxpoetlns onr third car    - o,
-:i  iii'jnli.s ago.     Our great .CS
u_3_li.d.i___-.-cjjarry_iiotliir.i_-but ���-5>-.L
the hiehcr-i _r,-.<ii'. i.'S"...Tt-i-ao,_ our p-ictu" ar_ rea^iirfbie.     We can sbov you r��3j
th* 'mr.Vs 17r,. 7 Cook Stove, j^st the thinjr for ba-jhe.lors. "or the large Steel "-"��,���_
Knnco vvith ail t'r.elateu Iinp-overnenf;.     In Healing .''toves���ftU lines of Box S>?
'Siovc? from Is toM incben, ami in e."oal Heatlii','Stove--froai  tho small "Globe pSr^
Heater" to the Urge handsome double heaters rich in Iticlr niekle embellish- 1-_9
mem'.      If yoo '���_ _no�� aSord a fi!.-imc�� get a double heater with hot air jgr-J
Httsi'b'rjir-u'-, .���_.-,(! _ a", rr.: ;it.rf yoi:.- uf-'falrs Keitc'I to perfection.    We are 5���
j".rr.," to >h-A;<irji:,t o:.r pt-irou.   _vii>. have been  wa-Mn^ for oar Air Tisht fe-"5
Ueater ,,~,i-t e-^ soon -is our fitting-i arriire wo -.vIIll-O aole to supply all demands. ^_V?
m
Wp M. LAWRENCE,
;i&aritife0t|��aierf
.* j fS}      ' - Ka-dwr.ro, Stoves, Tinv-Srn.    %$$
i    i>%      tp--'^"^'.'?-'-''"';-~-~-Cu7o^ri^7*r'ry^"-^'--^,r-T^rf.-.r:^^r^-:r- ���>-,-., ,-*- ���r.-.^^-F-.'..r.r-...-?>f.,^"
.5.   P '����e&i-&'��-3^
^Boots' aiid -Slioes
Advertisement to Creditors'���'
NOTICE IS IIEREHY- GIVEN tint all persons linvini; eliiims -iirninst the Eslato of John
lletheriniiton, late of Uie Town of Itevelstoke.
in the Province of lirilish Columbia, who died
in or ahoui the month of October last, nre on
ur before thej . ,
10th day of December, 1S93.  '
to send their names anfd addresses and full
particulars of their claims and of ihiisoeurities
(if any) which they hold to the Solicitor foe
I'-rnnk Iieddin Wells, lllu Excculor of the last
v. ill ar.d testament of the said d-eetised. and at
the expiration of thn said term the said Executor will proceed to distribute tliensscis of the
snid estate unionist the parlies eulitln 1 thereto, bavin;; regard only 10 tlie claims of which
tl'.e said Executor has then notice, nnd the
said executor will not be. liable for the said
assets or, nny part thereof to any person of
whose claim he hasnot hnd notice at the time
of dislributing the said assets.
Dated at t'.ovelstoko this 5th dav of November
IS3S.
T. p. WELLS,
llevelstoke, ii. C,
Executor.
M.'.riES JtUP.PHY,
3        _ Revelstoke, H. C
Kov.S���lit Solicitor for the Executor.
-  ���* ' Land Notice. .
Take notiee GO days afterdate hereof I intend
to apply to The Chief Commissioner of Lauds
and Works for permission to purchase H',0 acres
of, laud on SI. Leon Creek in the North West
Kootenav District described as follows: Com-'
liicni'iiiK* ut the initial Post situated on the
Eastern boundarv of I.111113" abont'_7.SS elinlns
from lhe North East corner thereof, thence -111
chains Norlh, Thence -111 chains Ensl, Then, e
���W chains South, Thence. Ill chains West to the
point of commencement."
MICU..EL GItADY,
bv hh; agent
"   -., - A." P. CUMMINS.
Dated Octobers, 1SDS.
Your Attention
Letter and Money Pouches
Purses ;
Cigar and Cigarette Cases
And all Smokers's Requisites
Chas. J, Asian's
,    Povver of Attorney
THIS IS TO CEItTIVY that by Power of
jVttornev duly registered in the, office of the
Itoustriir e.f Joint stoek 'CiMiuinulus, the
I*1'ENC1I f.l'EEK MINING CO.,' Foreign, the
STONELEIGII Ml NINO CO., Eoveign, ami the
COLl'MIUA IIYHHAUIjIC '- MINING CO..
Foreign, each with their head oirn;e for Rrillsli
Columbia, at Kevelstoko, in the f.'ounly of
Kootenay. have each been appointed a new
.Yitorne. for Ibis Province, to nit: A. It. II.
IIEAHN'. E-q., Hanker, whose'addre.-s i.s Kcvclstokc. il.C. . ', -    *
Dated thls'JSth day of October, 'A.~_l., lSOCI.
R. Howson & Co.,
Mackenzie Ave.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture
Lig\llt ^^.na e
Transferring
and Carting"
OS^'Tolcphotio your orders to W.M. Lawrence
an.I lhey will be promptly attcmlcd to. ���
Robert Fleming
Rubbers and German
Sock
ro
Pniint
u_i. -*__���� 1 ***. __-__>���
for
FT
IRUJLitJJNi
PURCHASER
Ai
__   LARGE    DISCOUI.T
j. J, BLAND, Front Street
��SJ~-Iioots -and .-.itoes made t.'. order.;., nsunl
In c-.tlliiic a'te-nt'Ofi tf on" 1-irji" and vni-ii-.i -I. '.- f, ;��� rbi- ..(ipceiiie-lim^
-���.e-r.ir.n, vve e|.-!,ii*i~ l'< > iii.ib.ii-iz" lhe fact tl-.-tt e.ti-' [il- .. \-J >bo-.viiii;^V.ir Mii-pas--
.mythiii.c'.ve b:i ve I'v.'i-b-ir! in !h>'[i-i.st. Iji'.iiig !n 1 r. . atie.itir.n to b:is;!.e>.s,
th1; study of the.* loqiiirerii.-nt"" of mir p-iliou-. .iiei th.' ...1-..intake*, eve ij.-f for
buvinpf for '-.i~>h. vve im- "nul.lell ui |il *,. <��� 1- f..i<* ve, 1 01 - of die Ihikh",". and
most couipb-te slocks of MEN'S FURNISHIIIG'S, FOOT//EAR, GROCEH-
IES, FLOUR AND FEED in T.-velstoice.
There i�� n "-onir-thincr ..* out cm- ttpods gi'"" "-"'"��" .-lpfirr-' 'a*e:1 hy our nil 1110101 if.
custr.iimr- evbie h is proven liv our i.t;.'i';_*.- :>i'-^ i-.jei; rjfjub-. it i�� only
i'of"i7eci ]n hc'ie as a '��� t^^ciiiift to ttii.se. xv'.,!-. ,_.r<. j-.(,i r.f, ..,ir w--t.
,Our store- is e ro'.vde.l to tiie ful!* -.t exi e*nr with '���" ^'oiyibi.- crfjoije; nou- open
for inspe'f- lion. Wo Iri vo not, room <<> sp��. itv c.;-:", il: ���. !-.nf ��-����� invito iu'pee���
lion, as ii U a pleiu-.tre fe-r u-* tosh.'.v o'ir ij.i'id-, v.'!.ether we effect a K.-ib- or
j not.    XV,. feel confident if you ~ee o'.r -!<jC"k you '-viii  buy
..SARTORIAL..
    . __
Tjiilost tips on Stylo arc
apprpc-iatcel  by RlfiVKI.-
stokcrs   who    believe    it
vviselooi lo di'.'.-i.. well.
rjiilt'sl. r.ishion  platos  to
hand, accompaiiieil by ������
|                  A Select. L-ine of
Up-to-date
Woollens
Wen can suit you in every
way and nntirini; in  our    "
1          ell'ort.. to plen.se.
1 li s!'wifloir
j                  H.IVICI.HTOKEbTjVTION   _.
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: GOOD'-BREAD.
1
Hakes flappy Homes
].. Tliere is nothiij^ so dear to a mni.'.s
I  i.tc.mach ss^ood *.vhi.Ie?onie br'jad.
...TRY OLRS...
!   ...A. N. "SMITH...'
J.
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FALLIS BROS., Front Street.
o-j_**'
HARD COAX.!
'fWJUJL B.______
11
FIRE, LIFj-i, ACCIDENT,
LOAUING and  INVESTMENT
AGENT.
ARD Gi
IB8
j"ii
ANTHRACITE COAL.
Delivered   from  ea''..
Ueliveied i'rinri hb.ed.
. .. $.D.TJ) ner ton.
. ..$10.00 per ton.
Rooms to Let
Pooins to Let.
TAPPING.
Applv for particulars to It.
f Nov. l~3t
Nov.*   is  the   lime   tn   pet in yotn* winter supply before (bo snow falls,
early.     Cash must aecompany lhe order.
Older
#g*"CT~*~~'~~-"-	
F�� Mccarty.
$40,000 T9 120AN
ON REVELSTOKE REAL
ESTATE SECURITY.
CiKFKT:   McKLNZIK AVENtiK.
I Sales by Tender
TENTlEltS will be received by lhe undersigned up till Ihe 15th day 01 November, IS'.IS.
for tlio purchase "of the llook Debts nf the
Estate of *>V. H. Pensf ,t Co., iiiuouiitiiii.' lo aboul
S'J.UIKI, as per list, \ihich mav be im-pecled al
tlioofilceof the .Vsr.ijcnce.   -'
TENDICS will ulso he received by the
Assignee up to the said dale for the purchnse
of lhe Ecpiity of Itednioptioit in Lot '27, Hlock %
t~melter To-.viiHite. in [ho Town  of  PevelKlokc.
TENDElt.S in each case to be onelo'-e'l iu-t.
sealed envelope,"marked "TenderX XV. II. P. A
f_o." and to be nccompnnied by' a marked
cheque uuynblo to the order of the j\s _yr.ee
for 1-10 tho amount of the. lend��*r. which cheque
will be returned by the /\_si|,'iioe if tender is
nol accepted.
'The highest or nny tender in either case not
ncecssHi'liv iu eepted,
_a_t-l_^\-cJutQl_c.J!.C���_pe.t_SS..
IJlltlLC".
IS93..
Oet. 20 til
puftcY ck:cpmj\"n,
llevelstoke. 11. C.
Assignee.
_   -JAS. McMAKON,
fiENERAL    BLACKSMITH
(Jultei-s, Sleighs. Bnjlgies and Wagons
made Or repaired.   '-
General wood work a specialty.   -
F9F_ SALE
C ' .j
1.���Hiisiness  lots   on Cnmpbell Avenue.
auap for cash. ��� 1
2.���A lot in the centre of tbebusincsspartol
"Mnckenzio Avenue. ?80() in cash and liable to
i;o up tn price before limit- - "~.
?..���llnsiness lots, tin foot froilt,  on  First St., "
between Ihe two bin lis.     Fun.- of the choicest
business property on the market. .,   -
���I.���Four lots nt the corner of  Third   Street"
aud Campbell A venue-n stood location.-
5.���Two Jots- nearly opposite Samson's resilience on ,Third Street. ~1"0 each. Nice lot*
and a bargain for re.iideuti._l purposes.
0.���A large Iri-.me tv.o-storey residence, Just
erected on -Second Street, two minutes walk
Irom ('. l'.'U. Roundhouse, plastered Inside,
fence, verandab.. Price:" 1.5.0, on easy terms.
7.���Conner lot. next itvvelstnke Postofllce,
Front St rout.   _3,"0 cash.-jV-.baryaln.
S. Two lots, opposite !. I). Sibbald's residence, on First St.   .~"3.~0 each.
3. Ileslrnble residence,'close to "the Cowan
Hlock, cheap for cash. 5 rooms; bathroom and
pantry.   -' , .t>;     s    -     ��� '
111.���?,".~,~-$.~30 down -.vlll _>iiv ii house,  throe
rooms and kitchen, and -furiiilurv'., Including
the llrst of three pavnients on the lot.   Choice,,
location, corner of Third and Ford street. This
is a i;roat barge in. __,_ "
Advertisement for Creditors
���NOTICE IS HEItEHY GIVEN thatall'persons
having claims BRninst the Estate of John
Truce, late of Arrowhead, in- the County of
Koolenny, B. 0.. who died in or about the
month of June last, aro on or before tlie ��0th
dav of November, 1W8, to send by post, prepaid
f> the solicitors of lliuih llrnee. the administrator of the snid deceased, their Christian an.!
sui'iuim", addresses nud descry.lions, the full
particulars cf iheir clnlins. aMi'.t-raentot ll'.ei1-
aci-oiints, and the nnture of sei-tirities (if inivl
held bv them, afler which said dale the said
administrator will proce.'.l to distribute lhe
assets of lhe said e-lute, and will not ne responsible to any person or persons ol whose claim
be shall not then hnve received notice.
r"nted at llevelstoke thia aith day of October.
A. D. 1��".'8.
HUGH P.P.UCE.
Itovelstok-c, I". C.
Aoi.iinlstrntor.
WHITE. GWILLIM ._ SCOT-I",
Hevolstnke Station, It, C.
Solicitors for Iho AdmiiiI"*trator.
Advertisement for Creditors
NOTICE IS 1IEUE1IY GIVEN that all pe?
eon- bavins claims against the Estate of
William Joseph Lade, late of Silverton lu the
Culiuty of ICootenav, II.C., who died on or
about the """lb duv o'l February, 1S97, nre on or
b-tore thetKlth day of Novoniber. 18PS, to send
by po^t prepaid to the Solicitors of James A.
Lade, the jVdiiiinistrator of the said deceased,
'their Christian and surname, addresses and
dcsTiptions' tho full particulars of tlieir
claims, a statement of their accounts, and the
nature of the securities fif nny) held by them,
after v. hich said dale tho snid administrator
will proceed to distribute the assets of the
.-nid estate, and will not be responsible to any
I-crson er persons of whose claim lie shall not
then have received notice.
Iiateel at Kevelstoke this 2C-th day of October,
A P., 18M.
JAMES A. LAD?:,
Silverton. B.C..
.-.dininistrntor.
WHITE, GWILLIM As SCOTT,
'    Itcvclslokc Station, B. C,
29���lm Solicltore for the Administrators.
11.���A comfortable cottage close to'tlio Court   ,,  '
Ilouse, standing on a SO foot.jot, supplied with
evovy  convenience, at a great bargafu.   KflO .
down and the balance on easy torms.      'i.S- , -.-s
Straight lonns on real property rounilt'fSUiV ���'-"
centre of the business part of lhe upper town."- '"
Ko reel tape, formalities or dully. -
Apply to *        ��� ,c
___���
Grggan Si Ge.,"
A��ENTS.
Revelstoke Sash. & boor
__��)
Mnniifaetiirers of and nealers in
^
Sasb. Poors, Turnings, Plinths, Corner
Ulocks.  jMiiiilelini;.-   of   all" kinds.
Fancy Giiblcsiuid Vorandiih woik,
Hraelcets of e'very ileseriplion made"
���   to 01 dor.    Slote-tielonieeFitliiiKS,    -
Window Frames, with Sash lilted
ti specialty.
AU the latest machinery.    Drv kiln on tho
premises.    Cull and pet prices before
eoIn_r elsewhere.
-^SAWYER & MANNING.
HARRY EDWARDS
Taxidermist
Tll~i~R HEADS,
IIIKPS. AN1MAI_S, Etc..
Preserved   nnd   Mounted
Third St. East of Schoolhouse
Certificate of ImpVovements
NOTICE
RO.rjinr.nT, pali��iu-kv. An.=i;:.ic. iMrnnieii., ani>
CORO.VATIO.-: MIXEKAI. 0LAI5I3 AXO THE
EMPIRE. KINe.IO-MANDJIIIIIXEFRACTIOhAI.
KiN'ET.AL I.L.lIHS
Situate in the V.evcl��toke Mining Division of
We-t ICootenav District. WhereIe>cated on the
North Fork of Carnes Creek, r.is Bend.
TAKE NOTICE THAT 1, Trsncis J. O'Keilly.
of Silverton, B. C, tis a^ent for the Carnes
Creek Consolidated Cioit] Mines, Limited, Free
Miner's Certificate Xo. 91,872. intenel, sixty
.lays from the elate hereof to apply to the
Minince Recorder for certificates 01 improvement^ for the purpose of obtaining Crown
smuts of the above claims.
jVnd further take notice thnt action under
section *-", must be eomniene-ed before the
i��.S'.m;ice of such certiScates of improvements.
Dated this 15th day of October, I��9S.
Nov. I���9t FK.VNCIS J- O'KEILLY.
o ������       '""   :
Tho F. E. Piper Co. have now 011 hand
First Class Brick at right prices.
Intending builders  would do wcil to
call and examine.
Hrick yard just north of tho Gun Club
grounds.
J tail orders promptly attended to.
Prices on application.
The F. E. Piper Co.,
Revelstoke, B. C.
. (U liRNi-V
Painter and
11
Decorator
First Street East. Revelstoke Station
Graining, Taper Kongiug, Hard Wood Finishing, House Painting in all  Branches,
.,. Carriage Paintine, Glazing, Ae.
-   N_
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