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Array ���������      _,- jr  -ISSTTIEID   TWIOE-A-WEEK - WBDITESDAYS    J^.1<TJD    S___.-TTT:___.:_D_A_-_TS-  Vol. II.    No.  86.  REVELSTOKE, B.'C,  WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER US, 1898.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  s-gs&sessaseiSi0*  Hudson's Bay |  Company   |  [ISCOarORATED 1670    ' 'v  ��������� ^  The   Most   Up-to-Date   Outfitters a  in Western Canada. ft.  Intending I'rospcctors should write us ^  for one of our new Folders, which V  contains an excellent Map and an S  estimate of the probable cost of a jf.  complete outfit for the Gold Fields. -^  Hudson's Bay Stores,    |  Calgary. 6  ���������   G--t~_nv, Feb. 1   1SS8.  ?s___?ggssg������������__?ys_  Haig  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Pcveistokc  Townsite  .    J MINING,  FIRE and LIFE-INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCO JT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Tavlor Block, McKen-ie Ave,  KevelsloKe -ta.  - .  " .Money lo Loan.- ���������     -  W  Wliiln.Q.C. .  ,J. M.Scott, B.A..LI..B.  " F. T.. I'nillim.  HARVEY' &   M-CARTER,  *\~,Barristers.   Solicitois,    Etc.  -   Companv _i'.:idi. '_>���������> loan ������!'_  per cent.   -  Offices:   Molsons Hank I"_ir__i -"   First Street.   Revelstoke Station,   3. C.  -,    *      ^__ . -  ': ROBERTSAMSON  Wood Dealer and "Drayman.  Iirailng and delivery vir>r_a-*pcHa*ty...'i'i_ ms  H, ivs rendv onjdwrte.-t notice. e:onlracl������ for  JnMifn; taken. O^-Agent for the Standard  Oil Company.  :     ~       DENTISTRY  DR.   EDMONDS,  (Succc-sor to Tr. Matliison.)  Teeth extracted painless.    bentistrv in all its  V.ranrli������s.     Office   over   the   Canada Drug A  Hook Co.s' store.  DRESSMAKING  MRS. TEMPLE.  (1'r.rinerlv of Toronto.)  ,   Opim .to Molsons Bank. First Street.  Diessiliaklug in all ils braiiclic--.   Tailor-made  .   -  costumes a specially.  A good Singer Euwing machine for sale cheap.  YOU     SHOULD   READ  THIS AD NEXT  ISSUE  Mrs. W. K.-L3AWS0N  often manv articles of particular in.  terest to th'e Ladies all week long, but  FRIDAY  has been selected as Barg.in Hay,  when a few special lines are offered  at vorv close prices, in order to attract  both old and new customers to the  storo.   Then sales are assured.  r  ftR_JQS  fe-3  Ourstock of   Drugs...  Patent Medicines  and  Proprietary  Articles  Is now complete in every  line and w c are in position  tnsati.sfv the wants of the  public fn anything pertaining to a lirst, class  drug business. We are  sIwrvs pleased to sec our  cnsteiiners. who rccche  mil Iwst attention.  Chas. E.  Reid & Co.  ���������t"____8_-_������_'.___E30__^  2   . Louisville Restaurant  * opposite Coursier".*.  W   Meals scivvd at nil liouis, day 6*j  gj or night. %  "*!       Antonl  K-BoC-ci,  Froprletor. K-  ��������� &'2S*-������-'**-__-->:*:*sxa������^^  <l  Ul  ������*-_  o  D  0  a  o  cs3  ���������������  o  -p  -p  Ul  ������������������������_  Ul  o  i���������*  ���������s  -CD-  Q  >  ������  o  Q  O  O  a  ���������rH  w  O  ���������tf  c.  O  l���������4  -_  o  Ul  ��������� _.  o  O  0  a  o  >>  ���������+?  ���������I-I  &  o  ���������rH  ������  &  CO  Ul  +3  M  ��������� r-t  ������������������a  o  cxJ  43  i������������������"  03  ������~_  O  O  a  !3  Great  Departmental  Store  Jack frost  is beginning to stalk alior.t shivering the liinhs anil chattering the  teeth ot the hoys who are not  covered with a warm overcoat.  Keep the  boys warm  A BRILLIANT OUTLOOK  SOLID REASONS FOR OUR CONFIDENCE IN THE FUTURE  FACTORS FOR OUR PROSPERITY  tt  b  -p  bX>  a  ���������g  e_  ������  EH  u  eg  02  CD  1  o  Ii" yonr hoy one of those who  -sillier from the cold. "Poor little  fellow." Why should this he  necessary when ynn can so cheaply  purchase from us a ".warm _ well  made overcoat.  Boys' Nay  Reefer coats  Boys'  BIui; Nap   Reefer ��������� Gnats  :;--: lined with.tw-'cel at. S_?._Kj*"ni>wards  can lie bought hero." "'       .  Youths,' nine Nap Reefer Cerils.  well lineil, sizes !i0 to 85 al ,-j"3.00  upiv.ircls.  Girls' Blue Nap  Reefer coats  Girls. Bine Nap l.i;efer Coals,  lined wilh tweed, at-$!_..2S-upwards  can he liuiiglit here.  =Bby-sHP-rie ze~-  Ulsters  Boys' Fiiezu Ulsters, lined' wilh  . tweed and'lit ted with hi������h collars,  st $1.00 npwanls.  Boys' Overcoats  and Suits  All olhi'i' kinds of Boys' Overcoats and Suits likewise, obtainable  at the great depart mon tal store.  Biinj; yonr bciy along nnd let tis  lit. liitn wilh what will please hiin  most.  Mackinaws  Ask to see the f.imons Carss  Mackinaw Waterproof. You cannot tear it. The only Genuine  Mackinaw manufactured in Canada.  A full  range of sizes in stock.  Make a note  of this  Extraordinary values throughout thu store, not in onc department only, lint in every department will await visitors. All  worthy and seasonable goods and  no. matter how small the price  there is an absence of the cheap  and.trashy.  Everything exactly as represented here. If not money will be  cheerfully refunded.  Mail Orders Carefully filled.  Bourne Bros.  A Sketch oi ths Reasons Which Justify  the Hopes of the Residents of Revel-  ' stoke That the Town is Destined to  Become a   Large  Business   Centre���������  A Solid and Prosperous Future Evident  It   is     chiiracteiistii:   of   a    mining  district that/the thoughts of our people  dwell very little on the past progress  of Norlh Kootenay,  but tend always  to push  forward    into    the   future.  Scarcely has the  work of the suasein  ended before we are nil talking about  what is going to be done   next  year.  And us'faros'Kevelstoke is concerned  the general expectation appears to be  well" grounded   that^ next  year and  perhaps even'to a still larger extent  thc   year "following , will -witness a  development far- exceeding any that  has hitherto taken place.   These hopes  arc  based on   the , materializution  of  .ert-ain factors which hnvo lung been  atcopted as necessary to the   proper  expansion of this   plAcc  as   a   trade,"  railway   and .mining centre.   In the  lirst place the C.P.R. shops have been  built and in a few weeks will be in full  running    order,*,   employing  a large  number of li.-tnds, giving a  permanent  increase tn our population and adding  ceinsider.ibly to the   monthly pay roll  e>r   the   town.     And   while   this   has  been'already  secured, it is also now  reasonably certain that the  extension  nf the branch   line- from  Arrowhevd  through'- tho'Lai-dejiijV to   Kootenny  Lake will lie cuuimeiiceil   next spring.'  This line cannot fail  to add  considerably lo the importance of'this placeas  .1 lailwny centre.      In fact it seems  to  lhe IJisitAi.D  to  be difficult   to   overestimate the possibilities of llevelstoke  in this connect ion, possibilities  which  seem Jik'ely lo evolve into ai:ceimplis>hed  facts within a very short period  With extension of our railway connections will naturally come .a large  expansion of our trade. Considerable  hopes are even now entertained in well  iiiformed="qimrtei's���������lhat���������the-C:P.It:-  mithorities are disposed to recognize  the possibilities of Kevelstoke as a  distributing cent re and that an adjustment of freight rates, based on the  acceptance of the undoubted fact thai  llevelstoke and not Vancouver is the  best point from which to 'light Spokane, is within the range of practical  politics. This point is the key to the  whole situation. On its recognition  depends tho development of Revelstoke into a place of really first class  importance. A good business point,  a considerable railway centre, Kevelstoke; is hound to be. But as u terminal  point in this C.P.It'. system she would  immediately bound to n plate second  only to Vancouver on the mainland of  British Columbia. This, anel nothing  short of this, is the goal to wliich our  business men :������ntl board of trade should  set their faces and strain every nerve  lo attain.  In other respects our trade outlook  cannot be separatcd'hi thought from  the prospects of the mining districts of  which Kevelstoke is the acknowledged  centre. These are bright. Next season  will see a good deal of work dotie in  that section, which is most important  of all to Revelstoke���������the Big Bend.  The French Creek Co. have come out  well satisfied with last season's cleanup. Next year will see one, if uot two,  more hydraulickiug companies at work  on Cioldslream and its tributaries. Thc  London and B. C. Alliance Syndicate  intend to continue operations on their  properties in Ground Hog Basin. The  Carnes Creek Co. and the Adair Co.  will also operate their properties as  usual next season. And a good deal  of assessment and development work  will go on in any event. But now  that the p.ioj. cl'of placing a steamer  on the upper river to ply regularly  between Revelstoke and La Porte has  taken tangible shape, we may expect  to seo a great deal more work done  than could be possibly looked for  under the"present transportation conditions. It may look a small matter,  but it just makes thc whole difference.  Our business men have responded  generously lo the invitation of the  promoters of the scheme, recognizing  no doubt the reasonableness of the  Heraxd's contention that it is to the  district nortlrof the main line of the  C.P.R. that this place has to look for  her special trade as a mining centre.  At tho same time the extension nf  lhe line to the south through the rich  mineral district of the Lardeau, can-,  not fail to stimulate trade in tliat  direction. The Hkiiald believes that  the construction of the road will furnish a "uvelatipn in the way of speedy  development"and astonishing richness  which will amaze even Kootenay. It  depends very largely on our own  business men Lo liow largo an extent  Revelstoke will retain the trade of  this district as soon as the road is constructed. There will be considerable  competition. Energy will no doubt elo  much. But a great deal more than  individual enterprise can'do, can be  done by a-persistent and united effort  to have the freight rates adjusted in  our favor. .The construction of this  road should prove if properly handled,  Uie strongest lever in tiur hands with  the C.P.R. authorities. By it a large  stretch of country is being brought  into close connection with their ever  active competitors across the line.  Revelstoke is made by it still mors  markedly the only strategic position  from whicli thej" can-hope successfully  to contend for the trade with such a  highly favored railway point as Spokane.  These considerations appear fully to  justify thu feeling of hopefulness for  the future, which is maintained by lhe  people of Revelstoke at the closo of n  season which has been rather dull and  depressed -from a business point of  view. ' It is u feeling which when  steadily entertained hy enterprising,  level-headed men, contains in itself a  ciiiisiderable-eli'inent-of-success. __J3ut_  when iu addition it is based on such  reasonable and solid grounds, as it can  he shown to be in this case, it points  unerringly to development, expansion  and prosperity.  PAWS     OFF    POMPEY  A WARNING  FROM THE TROUT  LAKE CITY TOPIC  KELLIE AND HUNGRY HEELERS  To  Keep   Their   Hands   Off  the   Gold  Commissioner���������An Appreciation o.'J. P.  Sibbald's   Services   from    the     Local  Organ  of  the   Lardeau���������A   Practical  Man and an Excellent  Official.  It would appear lrom  recent developments that British Columbia's  civil  service is taking rapid strides toward  occupying the unenviable position  of  that   of    the     United   States,  where  whenever there is a political upheaval  civil servants are sacrificed  right  aiul  lelt without   regard   to   valuable services or   peculiar  capabilities  for  the  offices they hold.  , While in Revelstoke recently we  were ap'prisetl that strenuous efforts  wero being put forth by a couple of  political bosses to have J. D. Sibbald  turned out of the Gold Connnissioiiei-  ship ' and that important position  assigned to one or two tenderfeet who  shall he nameless. Now, this would  be a silly move, as at.no time in the  history of Kootenay has tliere been  employed a more capable man in,this  capacity. During the past months of  his service he has gained the confidence of mining men and prospectors  throughout this section who are nowise stinted in their praise of his  administration. He is a practical niiin  anel knows a shaft-' from an artesian  well, nnd lie has not to rely on the  technical-knowledge of a subordinate  to tell-Jiim* whether a trail is cut  properly or not. lie is thoroughly  conversant with every branch ot his  department and can * be approached  without having recouise to a Jong  distance telephone. And lastly, during the short time he hus held  office he has made no serious  err.ovs and no matter how fervently  his enemies may wish to oust him, it.  vvouid he'in the interests of mining  development in this'secLion.aud others  of his jurisdiction, to tell'these hungry  office-seekers to lie.areT'an early traiii  for the coast and satisfy their appetites on clams.  Anot bet* good man who sunk under  the axe of the political headsman was  Mr. Gosnell, the provincial librarian.  Few men iu Canada aie better eiuali-  lied-I'or that position than he, and  certainly.the man who succeeds him  will have to be a shining light or he  will cut but an insignificant figure.  Mr. Gosnell in his Year Book has conferred iui'iiiestimuhle benefit on British  Columbia, arid it is to be i egrette'd if  "oy this move of political rancor,, we be  deprived of this splendid work on  British Columbin, its history "and  resources.  NU. 1 JUMPS THE TRACE  WENT OFF AT REVELSTOKE  STATION  A VERY SEVERE SHAKING UP  Engine, Tender, Mail, Express and'  Baggage Cars and One Colonist Off  the Rails as No. I Pulled in On'  Sunday Afternoon���������The Mail Clerk  Used Rather Roughly by the Accident-  As the No. 1 with its usual full load  of passengers w.us pulling inlo the  stat ion on Sunday afternoon tho engine  became derailed, dragging the mail  car, baggage car. and front colonist  olf the metals with it. Nothing very*  serious happened, though some people  on board," particularly the mail clerk,,  were pretty badly shaken. ,The ties  were ploughed up and scattered for*  cpiit". a piece on the main track." The  tender shot off her trucks and landed  on them again erossways, and the  switches were li.ieily knocked about.  The cause of the accident is staled to  be a turned vail. It took a wrecking:  party working hard till after II o'clock  to get the No. 1 u der w _y again, audi  they were still at work late on Monday'  removing Lhe last traces of the accident, the tender of .the engine 320f  being tlie last* to be cleared away.  Have You Seen McEwen?"  This is the question that everyone  will be asking next week when The  Great McEwen, the peer of all hypnotists, has been seen in his- marvelous  entertainment. His demonstrations  of hypnotism in surrounding cities  where lie has appeared are pronounced  as almost beyond belief, and yet they  are open to investigation bv all. A  great discussion has been aroused in  the newspapers ns lo whether a hypnotized person who will commit ridiculous acts could not also be compelled  to commit crime. Authorities agree,  however, that this is impossible unless  tho subject is a criminal by nature. In  other words, lhat a hypnotized person  cannot be compelled lo do anything  which they would not, with ' proper  inducement, be persuaded to do while  in a normal condition. . Mr. McEwen  has conducted his experiments -wilh  the approval of the best people, and,  betsides this, he always furnishes a  flue entertainment, combining amusement, with inst ruction."  To convince one's self Hint, such  entertainments should be patronized,  we hnvo but- to reflect that by the  truths revealed by experimental  pschology there has been e'rectcd au  eternal, living monument to man's  intellect and reason, expanding, as it  does, the horizon of thought, and  placing a new star in the firmament of  mental philosophy. Oue. strong  feature of McEwen's entertainments  this season is tlie tests accomplished  with Grace M. Maynard, the only lady  catalcptical subject in America.  He can be seen at Tapping's 'theatre  for five nights, commencing Nov. 2Sth.  Admission, 50c. Reserved seats on  sale at IheCanada Drug & Book Co.'s  Store and H. B. Wells'.  The Halcyon Hot Springs Arrivals  The following are registered  at tbe  Halcyon Hot S prings Sanitarium:  W. It. ',Griffith, Nakusp; David  Breniuer, Silverton; W.H. Langridge,  Revelstoke; Mrs. Jessie Tucker. Nelson; J. -McLaren. . Nelson; Geo. S.  McCarter, Itevelstoke; David U. Skea,  Kt. Leon; Mrs'. Law, Troul Lake City:  John G. Devlin, Nakusp; George  Wilson, Trail; Jacob Nelson. Sandon;  tf. W. Sutherland, Ferguson: E. A.  Stephen. Comaplix; G." E. Grogan,  Itevelstoke; J. C. Tattersal, Slocan  City: C. 1*. Waller, Vancouver; D. M.  Blackwood. Winnipeg; Harry Smith,  Brooklyn; Thos. Flynn. Yuiir: XV. H.  Green, Rossland; Rev. R. McDong-ill,  Revelsloke. J. J. Doran. Monti eal;  Stanley Menhenick, Arrowhead; Geo.  H. Mat-kill, Comaplix; J.B. Thompson,  Brooklyn.  THE MINE OWHERS.TO BLAMt  The Slocan Miners Determined to Keep  .Out Chinamen and Rightly Too  During   the   past   few   weeks    tho  Slocan   country -has   again "emphati- *  cully   declared  itself  opposed to the'  employment    of   Chinese, ��������� especially*  among llie mines. ��������� Those working in  the camps around  Sandon  have been  rustled out of the district, and it is to-,  be hoped their fellows .will have sufflc-'  iejnt"s;Lvee"-not to' tempt.'Providence'  further in the mat tei*.     Iii" getting rid  of  the obnoxious   and   unwholesome  Mongolians, the "miners, although the..-"  action was pei formed without violence  incurred the displeasure of the powers *  that be.for unlawful assemblage,  aud,..  as a consequence, two of their number*'  ha%e been sent down for .trial  to Nel-*.  son.    It -is an   unfortunate* affair   in  many   ways���������unfortunate -for.   Lbose ,  who have to suffer the   law's penalty,  lint still   more   unfortunate   that  the  employing mine, owners will pernist in ���������'  foisting upon thu men unwelcome audi  undesirable characters as companions  in te.il.       The   Slccan   has   time,   and  again pronounced'ngainst the  Chinese-  ���������iiid-th-ir-biliotss .dei'"octipns.^and-the-=i-  mine owners are inn larg'e measure to  blame for  Lhe  present situation.   No ���������  one wishes to antagonize the law, but,_  the fact must be impressed  upon  the  employers of  labor  that  the  Chinese-'  are not wanted.    Let it   he  "suid   that^  one "spot   in   British    Columbia���������the-  Slocan. and the richest of-thein  alibis free from the  contaminating ���������influ���������  ence of the unhallowed and   unwashed-:  sons of China.���������New Denver Ledge. ���������  It. Tapping has finished olf the  frou: of liis new opera house with a  colonnade, which presents a veiy  stylish appearance on the street.  ��������� XV. M. Lawrence has just received  :i(X) pairs of skates of every description  which he will advertise more m detail  next issue. Take a run in and see  them in the meantime.  J. J. Bland, who is advertising a  clearance sale of boots, slioes, rubbers,  etc., before moving, is fixing up a store  opoosilc F. B. Wells' into which he  will place a large and well assorted  stock of the above goods. Mr. Blantl's  niade-to-order and repair work alwuys  gives perfect satisfaction, and his  prices tire very moderate.  There will be a Union Thanksgiving  service in the Preshyleri-in church  tomorrow " Thanksgiving Day," at  11 a.m. Rev. ... J. Thompson will  preach the. sermon. A collection will  lie taken which will he distributed to  the poor as occasion may arise. __>���������  the any will be :i holiday'in town let  there be a special effort to attend this  first public Thanksgiving service held  in Revelstoke.  Any persons resident in the town  interested in the Social Labor Party in  Cnnndn. recently formed in Ontario,  are invited to attend a meeting lo be  held on Monday uight. November 28;  at 8 p.m.. ut Mr. D. Stamper's i-esi  elence. Second street, east, facing tho"  Rhodesia Restaurnnt, Revelstoke  Station, to consider the practicability  of forming a branch in Revelstoke. __������;_.  The S. A. Self-Denial -Work  The   army's  special-work   of   self-:  denial,   now   an    annual    institution  wherever the Salvaticin   Army  flag  is*  hoisted, will be held throughout this*-  territory from Nov. 201h to 2Gth.   The'  public are by thw time well acquainted'. _  with the purposes  which  actuate  the ���������  elfort,   its   aim   being   to   supply  by  means of self-denial additional  sinews-  of war.  Past years have proven thc financial  harvests that have been reaped for the  work   by   the    concentration   of   tho  Army's  consecrated _workers   to  the-  scheme.  Indeed,   results  have  been   realized5  whicli would  surprise  any  but  those  who are infoinied  as  to  the  detailed  devotion mid   hard   work  of the   Snl  vatiotiists.  "While th" Army's urn pe pi- >i:t_  foremost in both th t'" .nel  denial (many of theni b.'id im rkiug  people, spending every moment of  leisure in pushing the e__ur. and uniting in rbe sacrifice of a1.', luxuries of  lift- and many so-called necessities)  outsiders and friends ire r.oc excluded.  All who recognize the work which  the organization is doing, both foi the  spiritual and social well-being of man- -  kind, are asked to co.operate.  Special meetings are being held in-  the Anuy'-s hall, house to house col- i  lecting is being systematically catried-'  out, and such a network well gotten  up machinery is now in motion by..  means of daintily printed caids and-  appeals as seem to fortell the achieve-'  [ ments of another substantial outcome*  to this good wozk.  Contributions are   received hy the*-  1 officers of the local corps. Revelstoke   Herald  PubUs-C- ln Interests of  RevelBtoke, .Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout take  lilocillowaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pass and Eagle .Pass I"utriola.  A   JOHNSON.  ..Propplet  A Semi-Weekly Journul. pnbllahed lu the  Interests ot Ke'.eUtoke and tho eurrountilag  dislrict, Wednesdays and Saturdaj s, muting  _tosesi connections with all traiaa.  .-dvenislnij Rates: Display ails, $1 50 per  eoluninlncli. fi.01) perluch when Inserted on title  r-Ke. Legal aus.. 12o psr (nonpareil) lino for  first ineerllen ; 8c for each additional insertion.  Reading Lotices, 15c per line each issue. Birth,  <5arr!i������Ke and Death noiiccs, froo.   Bubscriptlon Kates: By iimil or carrier. ?2 00  f^r annum; f l.'_ fur six months, strictly in  tt-Tance. ��������� _ ,  uui job Department: _ me Hbk/iLii Joti  -"eparlment is one of the bobt equipped  rrintlDg ortJces in West Kootenay, and is pro-  I _rcd to _xecutor.il kindB of printing iu llr<tl  cuss style ai houos: prices Ono price to all.  .No job toolart'C���������none t������,o small���������forus. Mull  erdera promptly attendee) to. Givo us a trial  on your next o.'d-'r.  To CcrMpondenta: We im correspondence un any subject of Interest 'to the general  public, and desire a rellabl. regular correspondent tn every lucttir surrounding  Kevelstoko. In all cases the bona tide name  of the -writer must accompany manusiript, but  not neco-Q-Hly fur publicatio .  Address all communications  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Kevelstoke,    . C  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  1. All correspondence must bo legibly  written oi on* (Ida of tlm paper only.  1. Correspondence containing personal  ��������� attar anm ka signed with tha pr per name  of tki irritar.  >. .../.e.f.adenca vrith refersnee to any  t-I-E tkal k������s appeared in another paper  -in Ir.t k* .iTerei for publication to mat  paver _������f.r������ It un appear la Tm Hbrai.d.  WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER  23,  1898.  CANADIAN MAIL CONTRACT  The report that the Allan Line have  again obtained tlio Canadian mail contract is now confirmed.   The contract,  however, is confined to   six   months* ,  winter service.   The new arrangement  will come into operation on November  12, and a weekly service will be main- |  tained from Liverpool to Halifax audi  St.    John,    New      Brunswick  THE BRAKEMAN AT CHURCH  The Herald has been asked to republish the following good thing by  Bob Biirdetto:  On the road once more with Lebanon fading away in the distance, the  The ! f.at Passenger drumming idly   on the  steamers of the Allan Line and the I window pane, the cross passenger  Dominion Line will carry the malls sound asleep, and the tall, thin pas-  alternately, an .arrangement   to^ that   senger veiuU���������g "General Grant's Tour  elfeet having been concluded  between    .,.��������� ,   ,,      ,.r��������� ,, ,,        , ,    .  tho two companies. The contract en- Al0"11** th<-' ^0-'--V and wondering  tered  iuto  will  expire  in    May,    and , wll5' "Subscribe for The Calgary Her  lien a provisional mail contract for  two years from May 1899 to May 190L  will come into force.  There Xwas recently launched'' from  the yard of Messrs Workman, Clarke  & company's ship-building works,  Belfast, a large steel screw steamer,  built to the order of the Allan line  for their'trade, between "Liverpool and  principal Canadian porls. She has  been specially designed to meet the  modern rciuircments of a large passenger trade. The Castilian is fitted  up ltixurously. Staterooms are ranged  on either side of the bridge hoir-i. r.ti'l  are supplied with everything to meet  the modern taste. Several of the  rooms are arranged with two berths  only, others with Lhree and some with  four, and tliey arc heated throughout  by a perfect system of steam heating,  which is introduced into every class  of living and sleeping apartment  without distinction. Ample lavatory  accommodation is provided, as well as  bathrooms, fitted with hot and cold  spray baths.  AS LT USED TO BE  MISREPRESENTING THE YUKON  A gentleman signing himself "Roger  Poeock" has given Lloyd's Weekly  Newspaper a column of highly colored  stuff about the Yukon gold fields and  Yukon routes. Mr. Poeock is to be  congratulated more for the pictur-  esquencss of his style than, for the  reliability ot his facts. He draws a  picture of horror without a single  hopeful gleam.  How far he overshoots the mark  may be judged from his statement that  "the Klondike" has involved . more  casualties than the ordinary run of  wars." He dismisses' the Edmonton  route hy saying that "a mounted police  detachment was out exploring this so  ��������� called route, and found it so absolutely impracticable that they were  compelled to re-provision at Quesnelle,  hundreds of miles off their course."  He blames "a few irresponsible local  newspapers" for "luring a stream of  immigration into the overland route."  As a typical specimen of Pocock's  one-sidedness wo quote the following:  "On the way to the gold are coffin  ships, bad trails made horrible with  c-xcrutiating torment from flies and  mosquitoes, lofty and fearful passages  of mountains, , appalling dangers in  swift rivers, scurvy, pneumonia,  freezing, snow blindness, many  strange kinds ot death."  But it Is when he comes to the  Stickeen route that the vials of  Focock's wrath overflow. His sen  tences then are sulphurous. The  secret of his bitterness is confessed  when he admits that he has been to  the Yukon, lost two hundred pounds  and emerged with "little left except a  horse blanket and a dose of neur-  algia."-  Lloyd's is a widely circulated newspaper. If its publishers wish to be fair  they will publish the true side of the  case, as ably anel Impartially represented in tho letters-"of ' Miss Flora  Shaw and others. The. great trouble  with this Klondike rush is that'thousands of tenderfeet have rushed in  who are. unused' to work, unfit for  travel, who never endured hardshps  and who, like Poeock, get a doso of  j.awsty neuralgia doncher know when  ���������they-1 go-our-in"~~th"e-wet~~-~~~The"majorlty  of these are deserving of nothing but  pity, but when like Poeock they  biame the routes, the country, the  government and everything else but  their own incapacity for their troubles  the interests at stake demand that  they should be called down and the  blame placed where it belongs.  With the Stickeen route The Herald  has nothing to do. Its position in  regard to that ill; fated route and the  hasty and ill advised deal which the  Dominion government pledged itself  to and was unable to carry out,- is  well   known.     We    can    only  regret  " nnd without ..having any responsibility" in-the matter, that the action  then taken resulted in- so much disaster, loss and disappointment to hundreds of travellers  who  were  led dr  1 misled to adopt that route. But as  one; of the "irresponsible local papers"  (presumably "the Edmonton Bulletin  is tha other) which advocated the Edmonton routes we repeat what we said  a few days ago, that we have nothing  to take back and while wc- would not  advise people to travel by this route  until it is improved and further opened up as it should be, or until more  valuable dlscoverines of gold "are  made this side of?Fort Graham, the  facts remain that a considerable number of hardy "gol el seekers have already  got through both:, the Peace and  Mackenzie routes, and that while  there has been hardship and loss there  fca3 been still more on the Skagway  trail. There Is no royal road to  Klondike and the gold fielcls cannot  be reached without hard work and  privation." But the Edmonton routes  are as worthy of consideration as any  others. From a Canadian point of  view they overshadow in importance  any of the coast routes, as. by no  other route could the trade of the  Yukon be so effectually secured , for  Canadians. That the only real Canadian route has not been more of a  success is due to the neglect and indifference of our own - public  authorities.���������Calgary <��������� Herald.  The editor rubbed his hands. 'Lis Line  As his bags of chink he chunk:  And  many a  wicked  smile  sinclc  he  And many a wink he wunk."  ���������Olel Saw  *      ��������� _,*���������**  NEW   SCENE���������AS   IT   IS  The editor rubbed his hands, 'lis true  For his hands were cold, and he  Was   trying to    warm    them, .for   lie  knew  No warmth from fires. "Ah me! "  He sighed as pacing up and down  His   poverty   stricken   den.  "Who  would  not  write  in   a  prairie  town."  Then rushed for his only pen.  Poor wretch he had no "bags of chink"  Or he woulel havo a chunk; you bet.  But he thought of Lhe cash he'd spent  in  drink  ��������� And that now he was sued for debt.  "My creditors all press hard on me,"  He moaned in his wild distress;  "And this is another proof I see  Of the power of the modern press."  He smiled, a sickening smile tis   true.  "I"was the smile of a man    that's  mad.  "Ho! Ho!  for a theme, or   a   subject  . now"  He cried in a voice quite sad.  And tho hungry man sat wrapped in  thought,  (Being rather short of clothes);  "I think   I'll drink, though   alas, I'm  short  Of the cash���������I will���������here goes."  And many a wink as time grow late  This heartless beauty wunk,  As he strolled home with the reckless  gait  Of an editor, poor, but drunk.  He awoke    next    morn, and    yawned  "heig-ho!  What a terrible thing is booze,  I guess I'll seo bow much I owe."  Then he reckoned his I. O. U.'s.  ���������C. P., Banff.  aid" should he painted abovo tho  doors of "A Buddhist Temple at Benares." To mc comes the brakeman  and seating himself on tho arm of the  seat, said:  "I went to cliurcli yesterday."  "Yos?" 1 said, with that Interested  inflection that asks L'or more. "And  what cliurcli did you attend?"  "Which do you guess?" ho asked.  "Some union mission cliurcli.'' I  hazarded.  "No,' he said, "I don't like to run on  those branch roads very much. I  don't ofton go to cliurcli, and when I  do, I want lo run oil the main lino,  where your run is regular and you go  on schedule time, and don't have to  wait, on connexions, i dou't like to  run on a branch. Good enough, but I  don't liko it."  "Episcopal?"  1  guessed.  "Limited express," he saiel, "all palace ears, and two dollars extra for a  seat, fast timo and only stop at-the  big stations. Nice line but too exhaustive for a brakeman. All train men in  uniform, conductor's punch and Ian-  Lorn silver plated, and no train boys  allowed. Thon the passengers are allowed to talk back to the conductor,  and it makes them too free and easy.  No, 1 couldn't stand the palace cars  Rich road, though. Don't often hear  of a receiver being appointed on that  line. Some mighty nice people travel  on iL loo."  JABS WITH THE LANCE.  1     _^J- *������/- ^lt- ^r- .0J- ^.r. ^j- >a^. i^K- ^S-  VV*7_--������%_*.'���������_---������_ *'_-WW*'_---'_-  Gentle reader, look out! Here comes  nior solid stuff. Skip it and you will  be happy. If anyone imagines that it  is necessary for a man to havo a  thorough education in order to acquire  riches in this country, ho is mistaken. In many cases it is a hindrance.  It is in ours. We havo been offered  two jobs on tho section and one at  tho quarry and because wo aro cursed with this fatal propensity for pushing a pen ovor a sheet ot blank paper  (making it blanker than ever) wc  scoffed at the offers.  .    *   *  The mind of a man who can  neither read nor write is often clearer  than the mind of a man whose ovory  sonso has beon confused and homud-  dled by a course of useless study, or  by the reading of light ti-ish. It titands  to reason that a brain which has been  compelled to work on its own recognizances without tho adventitiou. aid  of books, magazines or newspaper  articles must gain in strength.Men who  are backward in reading and writing  havo naturally to fall back on their  faculties of observation; and their  capacity to pick up and catch on to  the salient points of a situation raises  them away above their fellows. The  other fellows have read Don Quixote  and Rudyard Kipling.) ('pspbclally  Quixote's works) and their heads are  in a whirl all the time. No lolling  over a fireplace of a Sunday afternoon  for the happy illiterate man, reading  Good \. ords or the Chvoniclos of the  Schonberg Cotta.  '.   *   a  . Blind men, "Ies aveuglcs" of Victor  Hugo, have their senses keyed up to  an edge. Illiterate men the same.  Thoy can teach us a loi.  licsbyieriaii?    I asked. The   capture   of  the  golden   oppor-  i-sarrow gauge, oh?" said the brake- lunilies is lhe secret of all success,  man, pretty track, straight as a rule; ias well in the humbler as in thc high-  luniiel right through a mountain j er lines of lifo. The faculties of tho  in thei- than go round it. spirit level , illiterate chaps are always on the  giatie; passengers have to show their alert. Instead of bothering their heads  "ckets heloro thoy gel on the train.'about Fashoda or Louis de Rouge-  ivii st-nct -*������*u*' but tlle cars are ��������� mont's adventures, thoy keep right oii  utile narrow:  have to sit one in a.figuring about "theni steers" or "that  a  seat, and no room in the aisle to dance  Then  there aro no stop over  tickets  allowed;    got to .go straight through  to   die  stauon  you  are   ticketed  for  or you can't get on at all.    When thc  car's full, no extra coaches;  cars are  built at the shops to  hold    just    so   get rich if they lived a thousand years  many,   and   nobody   olss   allowed   on  corner lot.'  *      4      * '  But alas ! there arc somo people, no  matter whether- literate or. il Ulcerate,  whose every movment is dogged by  the spirit of ill luck, who would nnerr  The date of Thansgiving Day is  again being objected to as being too  o late in the season. The bleakest end  ot the bleakest month of the year is  also, in some senses, not the best time  for what should be a festival of gladness. The churches do these things  better as a rule.? They have their festivals while the harvest fruits are  fresh in evidence, proof of the bounty  of the earth to those who till it.  Penny postage ..between the colonies  and Great Britain will come into operation on Christmas day. India will  also be included.  Tho mayor of Portsmouth,.England,  has announced to the corporation of  that city tliat an American_ squadron  "will~vi"sit~Spith~eael���������next-sumrner and"  that elaborate prepartalions arc being  devised for its reception.  The first steamer of thc now Canadian steamship line will leave Liverpool on December 3. There will be a  fortnightly service at tho outset. The  sailings of the proposed line, having  Milford Haven and Paspcbiac as terminals, will commence in May.  The Hon. David Mills is credited  with having told the "Mail and Empire  amongst other things relative to the  proposed work of parliament when it  meets next, that with respect to the  prohibition legislation: "The government has had its time so fully taken  up that it has not had an opportunity of considering the question, sim-e  the prohibition delegation made its  appearance at Ottawa."  The Doukhobors are likely to have  a warmer welcome in Canada than tho  Galicians who preceecled them. The  town council of Port Arthui-"has invited 1,000.,"of them-to stop off at that  point to settle permanently in Algoma.  Free shelter is promised thorn for the; |  winter, and the offer is worthXcousid-  erlng. Friendly feeling and co-operation will .mean a great deal for tlio  new immigrants, and the Algoma  people seem prepared to give, it to  them. ''-���������'.-.' |  A military spectacle on a large scalo '  is being talked V)f In Montreal, which  will be. something.quite new to Can-i  ada,   but   is   officially   known*?: as   a  I3ut you don't often hear of an "accident ou that roael. It's run .up to the  rules."  "May be you joined the Free-Thinkers?" I said.  ( "Scrub road,' said the brakeman,  'dirt roadbed and no ballast, no time-  card and no despatches All 'trains  run wild, and overy engineer makes  his own time, just as he pleases.  Smoke if you want to: kind of a go-  as-you-please road. Too many side  tracks, and every switch, wide open  all Lhe time.with the switchman sound  asleep ami -���������.e target lamp dead out.  Get on as you please and get off' as  you want to. Don't have to show  your tickets, and the conductor isn't  supposed to elo anything but amuse  the passengers. No sir, 1 was offered  a pass, but I don't like the line. I  donf like to travel on a road that has  no terminus. Do you know sir. I asked a division superintendent where  the road run to. and he said he hoped  to die if he Knew. I asked him of the  general superintendent could tell, and  ho saiel he didn't believe they had a  general superintendent, and if thev  had. he didn't know anything more  about the road than 'tho passengers.  I asked him 'who he reported tojand  he said -Nobody.- I asked a conductor whore he got his orders from, and  he said he 'didn't take orders from  any living man or dead ghost.'' and  got  his  orders  from,   he.  said.   *hr_-d  he'h  There is one sitting vwj close * to  this manuscript' right now. Whosoever inquires into human circumstances will be struck to find how invariably a latent current of fatality appears to pervade theni. . It is the turn  of the atom in the scale which makes  our welfare or our downfall. In our  case it must be fatality of the most  determined kind, because,, as everyone knows, a more sobc*:, righteous,  industrious, high-minded, God-fearing  man, never lived.  *    *    *  For us unhappy pariahs In the North  West let there be no murmurs. Let  us gird up our loins and buy tickets  in the Louisiana lottery: This is the  only way out it it. If we make a win,  we shall at once take a trip to the eld  country, take' in the Ascot races, hack  tho wrong horsos.and run a great big  bluff on our relations. They will think  we aro a second -Andrew Carnegie  and give us an awful afternoon lea  send off. We could make this bluff  stick for ono week. This afternoon  tea horror is the only reason we have  for not striving to be a millionaire.  Other conditions being equal, and  the afternoon tea feature crushed, we  might have some ambition.  .     .    #  Give us a gamble! As a great  moral weekly we should not speak  _like this, but here goes. . Iri the n_i?e  ~et~~the "Louisiana Lottery versus Edwards it were better that we should  be buoyed up with hopo. month by  month, than thar our spirit, through  being ben: with Lhe weight of chronic  impecuniosity should some clay break.  Nor should  we claim  the vulgar pit-  got   ms   orders   from,   he  said  lik . to see anybody give him orders;  he'd run that train to suit himself, or  he'd   run_ her in  the ditch.'  Now  you  see  sir.  I'm  a  railroad   man,  and"   r  don't care to ride on a road lhat has  no time, or makes no oonnexions.runs  nowhere,  and has no superintendent. ! tttnee of compassion for our^lot,which  It may be all right, but, I've railroad-I ���������?  e"r'alted   far  above    regret.      Why  ed too long to understand it.'"  "Did   you   try   the   Methodists?'  said. '">     for the wisdom which, from the rough  "Now you're shouting." he sab! wirh ll~1'nKS of A1,)Crtn" reared an empire  some enthusiasm. "Wice road, eh,?!01, fl!n- As Madame Walther sang tho  Fast  time*-  and   plenty  of pa_-.v5ng.nj   othor evening.  "Happy are  tbc^ Days  should compassion be entertained  for  r   tile  heart  which   was   ever   buoyant;  Enginc������ carry a power of steam, and  dont you forgot, ir; strain guage  shows a hundred and enough all thc  timo.    I.ivedy road; when the conduct-  ' or  idioms   'all   aboard'   you  ran  hear  . him ai tho next station,    fivery traiii  I llyht  shines  like  a   heael   light.     Stop  . aver checks aro given on all  through  , tickets: passenger can drop off thc  train as often as ho likes, do tho station  two or rhi-ee times and  hop the  . next revival train th.it conies thundor-  i ing along. Good, whole soulcd, companionable   conductors;    aint   a   road  in  the  country  whero the passengers ' like everybody ������o take onr foolish josh,  fool   more at home. Xo passes;   evtf.v' Sh->   j'orgav.   us,     but     subsequently  Whe~n   tlio   Ilrart   Is   Yo.ir.?.     There'  naught to climb too high fand fall oft  when  you  get to  tho  top)   when  the  heart is young.*'  * ������    *  L~t us all. no matter what our ago  may bo. ko������p our hearts young. Then  thTC will I.o a hot time In tiie old  town and !osh chance of us resolving  ourselves into a lor of chumps.  * ������    ���������  V>*_ mad.- some remark about out-  land lady last week which she took  with  a  pleasant laugh���������as  we would  passenger pays full traffic rates for his  ticket. Wesleyan air brakes on all  trains too: pretty safe roael. but I  didn't ride  over  it yesterday."  "Perhaps you rri'd the Baptist?"  I guessed onee moro.  "Ah, ah!" F.aid the brakeman. "She's  a  daisy, ain't she?    River road,  beau  tatoo by torchlight.    .The .���������'. entertain-. tjf���������| curves; sweeps round everything  ment opens with gun (ire. followed by  the sounding of the llrst post bugle  call, and advance bands. Each banct  is accompanied by flambeaux. Following this a musie'al entertainment commences. Bughirs give a march, massed bands a slow march, fifes and  els urns, another march''1 anei the-massed  bands play tattoo. The demonsLration  will probably bo held  in January.  to keep clo.T . to the river, but it's all  spoiled h.r forgiveness by objecting  iast Saturday night, when Cross got  in, to our coming into the house at  three in the morning, rocking to and  fro, singing "Say Oravoor, But Not  Goodby..'" Whar. song she expected  us to sing, we cannot tell.  The Fori  who stood  at the gate of  :Paradise disconsolate,    was nt,   worse  track all the way and not a side track \?ZJ**n. III? ?*" ,w??1'������tBJ,JUn.,f1,!n w  from the roundhouse to the terminus. i?"*c ft,.^ r ' ^ }���������^L "U   ilZo  It takes a hoan of wafer to    run     it ���������  "~*y tllir3,/' *'-ze3  thro"Kb   Lhe larg"!  .hro-H..-:   rfoi-bPo   U.nks  _,t  every  sta^^i1'!^.   at th0 im^T'i&X  "���������k m"  tion. and thoro isn't, an engine in tho  shops  that   can   pull   a   pound  eir  run  a mil': with loss than two giingos. Yos  sir.I"II lake tlie: river roael "every time  the way.  The expert telegrapher is elpomod. j for a lovely trip, sure; connexions and ��������� ?U. {,���������,-"!" '  A printing telegraphing machine has ' good timo, no prairio durst blowing in r", " , |"~ U" ,U, ,'  been   invented   bv     F.   Hachman,   an . at the windows.    And yesterday, when li,'!:1J lm that w  electrical  engineer of Whilofish  Hay, j  Wis. .which is destined to revolutionize telegraphy.   It will do the work of  six operators and can be run Iiy a hoy  or young girl.    The machine can  bo  manufactured for $10.    The inventor.  it" is stated  has  already    an    nhtl-ir- ,  standing with-the Western Union Co. \  to take the machines as fast as th.'--y '  tho   conductor  camo   around   for   the  Trying to get homo, tho other night  ���������being strango    to Calgary���������we-    ae>  #osted a gentleman on tlio strcot and  wore.    Wo   ox-  we   were   all    at  sea  tickets  with  a little  basket  punch.  I'    "That is jnst where you are.chappy  didn't ask him to pass me; but I paid  my faro like a littlo man; 25c for an  hour's run and a little concert by thc  passengers assembled. T tell you.  Pilgrim, you take tho river and when  you   want.���������"  Iiut just hero tlio loud whistle from  ho    saiel.  "you     are    on      Atlantic  I Avoniio.  I    The man who got this off on us was  very smart.  can be turned out. which it is esti- lho engine announc'. d a station and  mated will save that monopoly onc lhe brakeman hurried to the door  milllion   dollar!.,  a  month"    The  new . shouting:  device will shortly be put in operation j "Zionsvillc! This train makes no  at Minneapolis and St. Paul. : stbpo between here and Indianapolis:"  The police! havo captured a gang ot  coiners al I'oint Aux Trembles, which  is ,_ short distance from Montreal.  Tho men aro all Canadians. The whole  outfit, moulds, melting pots and a lot  of counterfeit coins were seized.  equire  Neatly  Printed  Letter Heads  Note Heads  Bill Ileads  Statements   .  Envelopes  Business   Cards  Visiting Cards  Programmes  Menu Cards  Wedding Cards  Memorial Cards  InvitationCards  Recei pts  ; Drafts  Cheques  H Stock  Certificates  -^-Show-Cards "   -���������-  Books or  Pamphlets  Folders  Debentures  Binding of.  "-���������-. any kind  -te-  "fe&=*-  fPLSO  Incorporated by Act ot Parliament 1855  Paid up Capital    ���������  Rest Fur-d   -  Head Offlee-  $2,000,000  - 1,500,000  Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  XV. M. Kamsay Henry Archbab  Samuel Finley   J. P. Cleghorn  II. Miirkland Molson  P. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manage]  A. D, Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank receives on favourablt-  termsthe accounts of individuals,'firms,  bankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposits ai  current ratnt-,  English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowost rates.  .._...    BRANCHES :  Aylmor, Out,  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta,  Clinton, Ont,  Exeter, Out.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont,  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P. Q,  St. Catharine  St. Branch.  Morrisburg.nnt,  Norwich, Ont,  Simcoe,  Ontario;  Ottawa, Ont."  Owoii Sound, Ont.  llidgetown, Ont.  Smiths Palls, Hut  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont,  TaroutoJunc'n.Onl  Trenton, Ont.  Waterloo, Out  Woods tock.Ont  Winnipeg, Man  Vancouver, B, C.  Revelstoke, B. C ;  Victoria, B. C.     Quebec,  Revelstoke Branch:  J. D. MOLSON, Manager.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MLTHODIST CHURCH ��������� Rovelstoko.  Preaching services at 11 a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Cliu.8 meeting at the clnno nf the  moriilng sorvieo. ..ahbath tfchonl and Bible  (HiiBB at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  cvory Wednesday ovoi.ing at 7:110 p.m. The  public uro cordially invited.   Seats freo.  ItEV. S. .1. THOMI'SON, Pastor.  f-HirRCli    OIT      ENGLAND-St.  ^-r   Kovel-tolio     llourn of eorvico:  ��������� Putur's  Evening  prayor doily ut 5 o'elurk, l.idnys at - 7:30  Sunday- and Festivals: Holy Communion at,  am., morning prayer at 11. Sunduy School  and Bible Clu^B ut 'J:31, evening prayer at 7:30,  First, Sunduy in t lio month Holy Communion,  at morning services.  ���������     , FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  IMPERIAL BAN!';.  ' OF CANADA  Head Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  fa$erve    -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H, S. Howland, President  T._B.Morrttt, Vice Pres., (St.OatharineB)  William Kamsay, Robert Jaffray,  Hugh Ryan,  T. Sutherland Stay nor  ,, Eliab Rogers.  D. R. Wilkio." General Manager, ���������  Branches  North West and British Columbia  Brandon     Portage la        V*ccouvei:  Calgary Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton  Prince Albert Revelstoke  South Edmonton.  ONTARIO.  Essex.        Niagara Falls  ISt. IhomaB  Fergus        Port Colborne I Toronto  Gait Rat Portage     I Welland  Ingersoll    Sault St, Mariei Woodstock  St, Catharines |   ���������  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd's  Bank,  Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,  London,  with whom money .may be eleposited  for transfer by letter or cable to  of above branches.  Agonts in the Uniteel States���������New  York, Bank of Montreal, Bank of  America; Chicago, First National  Bank; St, Paul, Second National Bank  Savings Bank Department���������Deposits  of' $1 and upwards recoived and  interest allowed.  Debentures - - Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.  Drafts and Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in Canada, Uuited  Kingdom, United States, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  Gold Purcha'secl  This Ba.nl- Issues Special Receipts  which will be accounted fop at nny of  the Hudson's Bay Co's. Posts ln tho  Yukon link northern districts.  A. R. B. HEARN.  Managoi' Revelstoko Erar.uh  PUK3r~YTEUI/_N CHURCH���������Royelstoko.  Servico overy Sunday at 11 a.m. and 7::i(i  p.m. Bib'e Cliss ut 2:30 p.m., lo whicli  i.ll n.i'0 welcome. Prayer, electing ac 8 p.m.  every Wednesday.    - -  REV. T. MBNZtES, Pnator.  KOMAN  utokc.  CATHOLIC   CniJKOH ���������Kovol  Wasa  _lr_t and third Sundays in  niontli at 10:30 am.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  SALVATION-ARMY-M-OtiiiKS every night  in their ha 1 on Front Slieet  Loyal Orange ��������� Ledge, No. 1G5S.  Rogular meetings are held in thc  Udd follows' Huh on tlio second and  fourth Widnobduvsof each month  at 7:30 11,111. Vifliling brethren  cordially invited.  Dr. T. I.-1T-., AV. M.-.  T .1. Grahnine, Roc. Boo.  \V. G. lilrney. Kin. Seo.;   lt. S. Wilson, Treas.  Court   Mt. .Begbie,  I.O.F..N0.3-61.  "Meets in tlio Oddfellows' Hall on the  2nd and 4th Frklnyaof  r'acli month. Vi^itinK  bi-ollircn invited to  attend.  .1. B. Scott.rC. R.  J. L. Smith, H  Sr  Tfoe Revelstoke  Ptooto Company  Revelstoke, B. C  Canadian  Pacific  airway  and Sod Line.  WORLD'S PICTORIAL RQIITJ  EAST   AND   WEST  FIRST CLASS AND  ���������������������������'    TOURIST SLEEPERS   from   ���������'   PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC.  Quick Time,  Fewest Clitvnges,  Tickets  ismied  Good Service,  Lowest Rivtep,  through   and  Baggage   checked to destination  SI UDIO: DOUGLAS STUB "T  QR ANYTHING in the lino of  JOB PRINTING. If you do  you can be furnished with the  sftme by THE IIERALD. We  carry 11 greater assortment of  paper, Envelopes, Cards, Etc,than  any other - establishment .. in  North Kootenay, and can .give  _a_i.faction in   .  Quality  Promptness  and Price.  I'i ices and samples   furnished on  application.      Address  Tde  "  Revelstoke Herald  Revels toKe, B. (.  Sam Needham  Cleaned  Altei~ed  Repaired  In Qoocl Stylo at Lowest Prico3.  Dour-LAS STllRliT   ���������   RlilVELSTOKB  If You Want  PURE  COW'S   MILK,  Guaranteed Unad :-;?a: -cd.  E-f-t.  7.40k.  DAILY TRAINS.  West.  -Ive. 17.20k  So to TcHE EUROPE DAIRY  JIRS. F. JULIAN.  L. Jf. FRETZ  Contractor and Buildep.  Shop oppo .ito Imperial Bank.  Workmanship Gu  eed  Terms   Cash  Write for onr intorcsjtinK books " Inventor's Help" and "How you are swindled."  Send iw n rough sketch or model of your  invention or improvement anil wc will tell  you treo our opinion as to whether it is  probably patentable. We make a specialty  of applications rejected in other finnd-.  Highest references furnished.  MARION & MAEIOH  PATENT SOLICITORS & EXPEETS  Civil A Jfcli.inical rnprincers. Graduates of the  ro:_ trehnlc School of Engineering. __ achelora In  App.l.d Sciences, J.aval University. Members  Talent Law A'Eociatlon, American Water Works  Association, S*:r rr.alanrt "Water Works Assoc.  P. Q. S-ni veyors -,\5EOclatlon, Aisoc ilciEber Can.  bocuiy of Civil Englsccrs-  lve���������Revolstoke-  TO AND FIIOII   I~OOTH~.AV.r01 NTS.  S.COk..Ive���������Revelstoke���������arr..10.30k  For    in formation,   time    cards,  maps and tickets apply to   ^"^"TrwrBiiXDsnXwr"-"  Agent, Ri'velstoke.  W. F.: Andkrson, Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Coytli_;, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  ;]eve!stoJ\e Hospital  Maternity Iloom in connection.  Vaccine   kept  * 011   hand.  Drs McKechnie   and  Jeffs. Attendants.  Dp, .Malloefe  Physician acd Surgoon, McKoczio  Avonuo, Revclsto" 0 Station, B. C.  Wc Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  *"������i Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SFOT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you  RLVELSTQKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  J. H. Hull :  & Company  Butchers    and    -Wholerale    an  lUtail Eeolera in Beef, Tork, oto  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  All orders ia onr lino prom  filled J 7  ���������^  TERRIBLE ACCIDENT   ON  GRAND TRUNK  THE  Many Killed and Injured���������List of Killed  ���������Murders���������Bank Burglars at Work  ���������Trial of Ponton  Trenton, November IG.���������The Grand  Trunk train which left Montreal at 8  o'clock Mondtiy night mot with a  terrible fate - through the misplacement ol a switch, and crashed into  the east bound freight train at Murray's Hill at an curly hour yesterday  morning. A terrible loss o������ life- resulted. All the dead were at once  taken from the second class coach  which was simply slivered to pieces  by colliding with tho baggage car  which immediately preccoded it. The  following is the complete list of  Killed:  unarles Goodcliild driver, Seaton  Village,  Toronto.  William Lunnes, driver and butcher, Toronto.  John   Casey,   engineer,   Belleville.  .John McDonald; fireman,    Belleville  William Brady,, engineer, Belleville.  Merie C. Kern, Russian immigrant.  George Halbrich, - Russian' immigrant.  Katriria Halbrich, Russian immigrant.  Three unidentified Russians, man,  woman and child.  Unknown man, lower, nmbs only  louiid.  Eleven others more or less seriously  wounded. ;>  LORD  MINTO   IN  OTTAWA  Oliawa.' November 16.���������Lord and  Laely Minto arrived yesterday in Ottawa.  MARGARET  IS  DEAD  Winnipeg,   November   16.���������A     centenarian named Margaret Davies died  yesterday at Jordan, aged  110  years.  BURGLARS ATWORK  The municipal safe at Altona, Man.,  was lust niglit blown open by burglars  and  $2500  stolen.  BANANAS FROM FIGI  Victoria, November IG.���������British-  Columbia is importing bananas from  Figi. " ' .  MURDER   AT   CASCADE  Vanvouver, November 16.���������News of  a murder comes from Cascade City.  It seems that in a rough and tumble,  free for all light a man named Lamb  seriously injured a "fellow workman  named Hazelburg. Immediately after  the fight Lamb left Cascade City for  Grand Forks, the injured man promising not to lay a complaint  against* him. Tlie injured man died  in ine hospital in Cascade City and  Lamb .has been arrested.  SHAN'T BE LONG  Ottawa, November 16.���������La Patrie  says the Domniion bye elections will  be held before Christmas.  , , ."���������  -.jJIAN THREATS  v ancoui-er November 16.���������Herbert  Simpson, of Winnipeg, who arrived  here from the north says: I left for  Klondyke over the Edmonton route  with four companions and a large outfit. AVe canoed up the Mackenzie and  Liard rivers, .While camping ��������� at Hen  Gate canyon, "Liard river, a band of  armed Indians surrounded us and threatening us with death should we resist, carried off half of our outfit and  one third of out* food supplies. An  old hunter told me that four wild animal traps had excited the cupidity of  the natives, who valued such articles  greater than gold. In fact three  whites had been murdered near the  same spoi a few months before by  Indians for the animal snares they  were carrying in their outfits.  BANQUET TO HARDY  =^-=-Tor'ontOr���������November���������16.'��������� T-he-^-ban--  quet to Premier Hardy at Toronto yesterdav was an immense success. The  Hon."Messrs, Mills, Paterson, Sifton  and Mulock were present.  ' TRIAL OF PONTON  i ne trial of Ponton the alleged bank  burglar will be reopened on Monday.  MURDERED BY A BOY  Toronto, November IG.���������William  Muvrav of Beaverton. Out., was murdered yesterday. A boy of 11 is suspected.  JAMAICA  WANTS   ANNEXATION  WITH  CANADA  The Victoria Cross ��������� Chamberlain's  Speech���������Blanco Regrets���������Small Pox  ia Manila���������Knight's of Labo1*  Washington,    November   17.���������..  'a" .....           . .     ,               .    _    _.,  nov is ciiTtloinic anel    spreading    v.    ' satisfaction   exists   hero   against    Sir  laiiidity       Manila       bp,0'"nnfc Wilfrid  Laurier  and   the  Hon.  J.  I.  lapulity in a in la   __.aamN , Tarte.    Last  night  at  the  Geoflrion  A Sl-lORl  S_j__IOiN (,)���������},_ Beausoleil, the Liberal M. P. elo-  The High Joint Commission held a nou need the government on the qucs-  short  session   in   Washington  yester- Uou o������ sli,use Qf patronage.  BELGIAN IMMIGRANTS TO THE  TERRITORIES  The   Brandon        ������ e 1 c 11: - E1 Pet  tr tions���������The Murry     H   Disaster���������A  Child Burned to Death  Montreal, November 17.���������Great dissatisfaction   exists   hero   against  day.  TO BUY THE PHILIPPINES  J. _RNED   TO   DEATH  Montreal,   November    17.���������A  five  ot  It is thought that the United States ycal. olli &il.] nameii Laura Gohiere of  government will    probably    buy    tho 107 Beaudoin street, left alone in the  Philippines   and    the    Old    Caroline  jhouse yesterday,  accidentally set fire  Islands. jto herclothing    and    was    burned    to  KNIGHTS OF LABOR death.    At  the  ineiuest Coroner    Mc-  ,,, . v, ������������������,-,���������,,���������   ,n m.'     T.-1,ip.hio'Mahoii  spoke  very  strongly   on    the  ������S������' ^Son^d^ object  of   mothei.   leaving  children  nounced the United   States   judiciary .alone in that fashion. - .  and  endorsed  the expansion policy.    1 ELECTION  COUNT        ~  T-M4.1CA AND ANNEXATION Stratford,  November 16.���������Tbe voiel-  ,. ,      .,_-    Tn���������,���������!,.��������� ���������,.���������    iugfbf the election in South Perth will  London, November 1 -Jan a ca p 0-      ��������������� ,ed on behal������ o������ Ml, Mo8cr,Pi  poses   to   ask   for   annexation   wiUi|tho ^^^  vesl,ondent.     ...0  appeal  Canada. Kvill turn entirely on the vallldity of  INQUISITIVE ^ I certain   ballots    wliich    were    badly  The Emperor William, has made up printed,  the petitioners having failed  to convict him or "his agents of corrupt acts.  PARLIAMENTARY   NEWS  Toronto,   November   17.���������The' Toronto Mail and Empire says that par-  ��������� . . liament will    not    meet    until    next  French oflicials aro   now    favoring March,  alliance    with   'Germany    against  his mind to visit Spain incognito.  COMING  HOME' "  Lord Strathcona sailed for ' Canada  from Liverpool yesterday.  FRANCE    MANOUVER1NG  ."*rc  an  Great Britain  aud  the United  States,  TREATY    FAILED   '  Tlie    proposed    reciprocity      treaty  between the British West indies and  the  United States has failed.  THE VICTORIA CROSS  Captain Kennett, Lieutenant Montgomery" and Private ��������� Byrnes, ' of " the  21st Lancers, and .Captain Smyth of  rhe 2nd Dragoons have each received  the Victoria Cross for distinguished  bravery in action.  CHAMBERLAIN    SPEAKS  The     Hon.     Joseph     Chamberlain  MURRAY HILL DISASTER  It is said that the Murray Hill disaster was caused by the   carelessness  ot the driver of the express.  SALMON  CANNERS     ,  Victoria, November 17.���������The British  Columbia salmon canners' are asking  for alteration and amendment in the  regulations affecting their business.  '  ELECTION'PETITIONS  Victoria,     November    17.���������Twenty-  eight election petition have been dismissed by consent in Victoria, B. C.  POSTAL ORDERS  Ottawa,   November . 17,���������Over  15,000  CT������������������1 l_.lr.o-     nf     _-!        -T , _-. '          UlUlWtl,      I.UICUHICI   .  J. . , W.C1        U,U_  . i_h i?5- _X- VI6-, ,rt?n Conservative postal notes have been Issued during  club last night lauded the friendly the firat thyee -month".n? tm* ������.-" ���������  understanding  which  existed  between. & 6C taonthS M the s������  Great"  Britain,    the . United     States,  Japan and Germany/ ....  '_    '" THE CURFEW BILL  St.    Louis,    November     17.-  Qeigenheim has    vetoed    the  bill passed by the city council  ly    at    the    instigation     of  TENDER REJECTED.  Thc   Dominion    government    have  rejected  the   tenders  for  two    years'  steamship service to .and  from Great  -Mayor Britain.  cm lew BELGIAN IMMIGRANTS  ine Canadian agency established in  recent-  Colonel  Hoagland, who is well known all over Belgium promises "good results in the  the country as the friend of the street '"'ay o������ immigration of a high class,  waifs and strays. Thc mayor thinks Desire Treault Decocil, who arrived  that the bill partook" too much of the m Antwerp in September, has secured  character of sumptuary legislation. |tho co-operation of a committee com-  ���������   BLANCO'S DEEP, REGRET j Posed of the most influential men of  Madrid,      Novemebr    '17 Admiral that city in an effort to  induce Bel-  Bianco in a letter   to- Senor   Lenado sian farmers to remove to  the Can-  says:    "The  keenest  sorrow    of    my atlian Northwest,  life,is the surrendering of Cuba with  its army of ".50,000,men.and 200-guns  to the enemy, who claim to have-con-  BRANDON.SCHOOLS  Winnipeg, November 17.��������� Brandon  school  board have  decided  to import  quered Cuba.' whilst wo are possessed a classical teacher-for the school from  of such resources.  THE C. Pi R. SHOPS  A   EU      HIVE .Ol* INDUSTRY'  Ontario,  ICELANDERS'  Icelanders in considerable numbers  in the United States are making efforts  to arrange for settlement in Manitoba  There is also an expressed wish of  large numbers in Iceland to immigrate  to Manitoba.  PLAINS OF ABRAHAM  Quebec, - November 17.���������Vigorous  efforts are being made by Montreal  and Quebec societies to arrange for  the preservation of the Heights of  Abraham.   ,  Some Interesting Particulars About the  ���������*  '     gress of the* Work  From The Calgary Herald  .The new, Canadian Pacific Railway  shops,   round   house,   and  workshops,  are- fast  assuming  shape  and   under  the incessant labor of some 200" men  are rapidly being developed inlo shape.      ~, -,  ,.,   _. __,    ,. ������.__._  Where_.--fe.w.mont_is-ago_cattle-graZed_ Tho evii_tUat men do lives after  has become a hive of industry. Train , hemrthe-good-they-publish-wixile  load after train  lbad of. stone    from  <he}' live.���������Puck.  the Calgary quarries pass in quick | Lord Minto, the new governor-gen-  succession, as also a- vast amount of er<il brings with him from England  all the necessary' material lor the pur-  six fine horses  six-  is in  pose of pushing on the completion of  the work. The contract for the workshops, etc., was secured by Messrs .T.  & J. McUermot, anel thc work is being  carried out by the engineering department of the C. P. It., with Mr.  Woodman   a.sj cmef    engineer,     Mr.  St Paul, Noember vl6.���������John Shan-  ley was murdered at St. Paul yesterday.  BAPTIST CONGRESS  Buffalo, November 16.���������Tho  teenth annual"Baptist congress  session at Buffalo.  -   KNIGHTS OF LABOR  Chicago, November IC.���������The annual  convention of the Knights   of   Labor  was yesterday opened at Chicago.  INTERNATIONAL   COMMISSION"  Washington, November 16.���������The International Commission    held    a full  session at Washington yesterday.  VOLUNTEERS     ARE    GRUMBLING  New   York,     November     16.���������The  United States volunteers at Manila are  asking to be brought home.  CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE  Mrs. Lilian M. Stevens was.yesterday elected president of the Womens'  Christian Temperance Union    in   the  "United States of America.  WAR   RUMORS  London,     November     16.���������London,  England, is   greatly   excited   at   the  rumors current that tliere is a probability    of    resumption    of    hostilities  ljntv.een Spain and the United States  of America.  DENOUNCES FRANCE  The Hon. Joseph Chamberlain In a  political speech delivered at Manchester yesterday denounced the unfriendliness displayed by France to Great  Britain.  TWENTY PEOPLE DROWNED  A Russian  telegram says    that    25  people broke through the Ice at Vet-  ictusling     and     thc       wholo     wero  drowned.  ADEL1N1  PATT1  The   betrothal   of   Madam   Ailelini  Patti to    Baron    Ccdcrstroin    is    announced.11  DREYFUS TO BE TOLD  Caaptain Dreyfus is to   be at   once  notified of a revision of his case.  Courting is a national blessing. It  teaches young people to speak softly���������  especially if the old folks are in the  next room with the door open.  Republicanism in the United States  will see evil days when the distance  c.t���������      t , __..    -.     , -, __, ,     .swallows tlie glories of the Spanish-  I tl ^F'^ftS���������    he���������*s'! American  war,  and-the  expenses  of  !Ln������ I? m supervision of the  that ionflict 8wallow thc earning- of  stone woik. ��������� the people.���������Telegram,  John -"Stocks,   inspector   of   bridges  and  buildings;  is  staying in  Calgary  to  inspect the  works,  anil  gave  The  Herald's, representative the following  interesting particulars.  Thc engine house, a quarter circle  in shape, Is 72 feet in depth and is constructed to hold 12 engines, the plan  of the building is so arranged that at  any future time if necessity requires,  it can b extended to accommodate a  much larger number of engines, with  out in any way Interfering with  tho  original design.  THE  UNITE-D STATES  ORDERED OUT  FLEET  Spanish Determination to Refuse���������The  Chinese Troubles ��������� Missionaries  Stoned���������Corruption in Fiance  MANAGER WHITE  TALKS TO THE  HERALD ON  C. P. R. MATTERS  The Crow's Nest Road���������Superintendent  Appointed���������New Divisional Offices  at Calgary.  From The Calgary Herald  A  large  number of citizens    called  London, November IS.���������Advices re- on Mr. Whyte, Manager   of   C. P. lt.  ceived    from    Paris    stato    that    the lines west of Port Arthur, on Thni's-  Count elo   Esterhazy    received    SO.OOO day    evening,     among     them     Wm.  THE JWLNLM EXCHJLME  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  The bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  francs for forging tho bordereau in tho  celebrated Dreyfus case.  INCREASED POWER  According to tho terms of new  treaties German}- is to acquire Angola  from Portugal, and Groat Britain Is  to secure additional African territory.  NEW  WARSHIP  The now   warship    Formidable,    of  the  British  navy,  was    launched    at  Portsmouth yesterday.  UNRULY CHINESE  A Chinese mob in Pekin has burned  several  Catholic  missions and  stoned  the missionaries.  CHINESE BATALLION  A  batallion    of    Chinese    soldiers,  under    thc    instruction      of    British  officers is to be enlisted at   Wei-Yai-  Wei.  HOME_ DEFENCES  Great Britain's homo defences ' are  being actively organized.  ���������REVOLUTION  A revolution has broken out al Salvador in the United States of Central  America.  RUMORS' OF WAR  The rumors circulated here yesterday, that the United States licet was  on the paint of starting for Europe,  caused great excitement in commercial circles. The .Daily Graphic says  this morning: "The Spanish trans-  Atlantic ileet has been ordered to-be  prepared for a revival of hostilities,  and the forts in the Canary Islands  are being rapidly manned."  SPAIN WILL REFUSE ..  Madrid,-November IS.���������According to  semi-official* statements, the Spainisli  peace commissioners * will maintain  their present attitude in regard to the  Philippine Islands, and will certainly  not accept the proposition of- the  United States. Further, if _ the ' discussion does not return to 'the limits  of the* protocol, as -viewed by the  Spaniards, the Spanish commissioners  have decided, in, spite of contrary reports, not to sign a treaty of peace.  It is also " learned . from the same  sources that complete ��������� accord prevails  between the Spanish government and  its peace commissioners.  -, WITH THE COMMISSIONERS ,  ." Washington, November IS,���������Yesterday's Joint High commission session,  was the longest held here. It is ro- I  ported that the United.States will con-  <J. V, PEEK.S, .Manager.  SOS LU.ND Pcoppietop  F. JWeCJlRTY  o  ."Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in....'.   PRIME BEEF, PORK.  JW13TT0.N JU.D S.AID3J-GE  Pearcc, Inspector of Mines; XV. It.  Hull, (who dined with the oilicial  party); N. E. Brooks, Win. Toole, A.  Ii. Cross,^M. L. A., Geo. Lane, Geo.  Hillier, a representative.' ol' The Hciuld  and others.  Mr. Whyte challcd ou different subjects with his usual geniality unil  seemed to enjoy keenly recalling a  memorable and somewhat exciting  drive with Mr. Pearcc in the hriilge-  less and almost Irailless country back  of the Porcupine Hills, when timiil a  pouring rain and part of the timo in  _,.  . .        .-. ,,     . ,,        ,       ,  total darkness, they made their tedious  J_ lSJl    and     bamo    111     OP51S011. Markets    at    l.evelstoke,  Kc������sfof "fee" am?S^uonSTy _-l_e jKovolatoko Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  near being thrown out or upset.   But '  in spite of obstacles they must havei  made the quick time which the C. P. \ f^      "I        ___ 1     *        TT^,,������������  R. knows how to make In emergen- j fill TY1 Ml ������_ H Oil QP  cies, for a Mounted Polico guide who ^KJX -LtXXi. kJxCt ��������� i.J.UUU-_  was  with  the  party  at the start iii-  The   largest hotel   in   town  Choice   Wines,   Liquors   aDd  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Hates    SI  rived at the destination an hour behind them, minus one leg of his pants  and  otherwise used  up.  Mr. Whyte remarked that the only  lime ho ever knew Mr. Pearce to get j  pretty near mad was when somebody j  in the party, who could not have boon  well acquainted with the inspector of  mines, hinted that Mr. Pearce did not  know the trail.  To   The Herald   representative  Jlr.  Whyte said he expected to see the now,  shops at Calgary finished next month.1  Asked where the superintendent's and  despatcher's offices were  likely  to bei  placed  he saiel    the    present    station  building was not largo enough and intimated  that  it would    probably   1)0|  enlarged by   taking   off   the   present,  roof" and  adding another  storey.; He |  eaid that owing to. the great amount;  ot work  still   to  be  done in  connc'c-l  tion with the changes it would be next  spring  beforo the  divisional    officials  and their staff were moved to Calgary.  Mr. Whyte expressed his ��������� satisfaction wilh the way railway matters  were moving in this section, and was  particularly pleased to see the .country  going ahead so rapidly, and also lo  notice the marked improvement in Uie  business prospects of Calgary. He Inul  always placed great faith in Calgary  and was now more satisfied than ever  that, a.bright future was .before it.  Speaking of Crow's Nest' matters he  said the- operating department had  taken over-the road from the 15th  inst. and Mr. McLeod, chief engineer  during-construction; had been.selected ���������  as superintendent, with headquarters  al Cranbrook.   There was still a good  Centrally,  located  per     dttj  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  TAL HOTE  Large light bed  rooms.     Rate*   Si.00 a  Table    furnished    with  the choicest the lnaiket-  affoid..      Best   Wines  Liquors    tuul      Cigars  elay.     Monthly race.'  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbo Lardeau and Trout Lake District  Saddle    and   .Pack  always for hire.  Horses  -"-eightinR   and   Teaming  specialty.  Daily StiiRe leaves Thomson's Linding every morning at 7 o'clock *  for Trout Lake City.    For particulars write    * ,.       , ' '   ".  CRAIG & HILL-IAN, Tuomso.n's Landinq.  I,  cl  sent to reciprocity if Canada repeals 'deal o������ work \0 (lo on the road west oC  the Imperial preferential tariff. The  Canadian commissioners feel-that tho  friendship shown by Great'Britain-to  the United States during their late  war with Spain should not be requited by .a severe blow at Canadian commerce. Their irritation oyer this  question may prevent any treaty being  entered into.       ������������������ ' ���������    " ~  HAVE TO, FORCE SPAIN  Washington,. November 18.���������In  ad- l!U(j 1)een  ministration circles there is a feeling laJon  that nothing short of an    ultimatum  will force Spain to come to terms of  peace at the negotiations now in pro  grecs at'Paris.   - ���������  ANOTHER RAILWAY STRIKE  Syracuse, November IS.���������There is ;  street car strike on in,this city.  the, Rockies, .especially at the Loop.  "���������Mr." Whyte. also    referred    to   the  difficulties the company had  ' to contend with during   construction.     The  Alien Labor" law had prevented tliem  bringing  - in     experienced     railroad  workmen from the other side of   the  boundary  and  a  great part of whatever trouble they had met with   was  !duo to    inexperienced    labor.     There  also, a great deal of sickness  the    Crow's    Nest    road   anel  "Industry," says a philosopher, "is  a man's best capital if. lie can only  sell it," but some men will never be  able to sell their industry until there  is a large and growing demand for  small wares.���������Telegram.  The latest humanitarian fad is a  crusade in Toronto against gum  chewing. Surely the government will  not counternance this last craze by  ordering a plebiscite.  The ranchemen who lately purchased Manitoha  and  the  northern cattle  VERDICT ON THE M'URRTAY'HICL  ,     ACCIDENT  Seizing Nets on   Lake   Erie���������Drowned  in the Yukon���������The   Doukhobors at  whilo they did all ' thoy could in  providing temporary hospitals it had  been impossible to provide for all  cases as they would have liked, or as  could havo been possible in tho cast  where hospitals wero moro numerous.  In no case had the comfort or health  of tho workmen been intentionally  neglected, and whore neglect iiad  occurred,-.--eithei~-aeciitentally--or-other-  wise, prompt remedial steps wero  taken as soon as it was' called to the  company's attention.  Mr.- Whyte and parly returned cast  on No. 2.  A  GOOD  CHANCE  To secure oje of.those desirable lots  CHEAP on the C. <fc K. "Steam NaTi-  gation Company's site.       .   Dont    wait    till    the   boom  our way, but BUY NOW.  comes  HAIG & CRAGE  , Sole Agents.  For All   Kinds of   Commercial  PRINTING -  Give Us A Call. Our Prices Are Right.  Adjoining the west side of the en- .iiave a lively time in holding* them  gine house is the machine shop.which upon their ranges. Thev seem to  is 200x66 feet; and on ths south side scatter all over and go iii bunches of  is  the  holier  and  blacksmiths  shop,  fwo an(j thr3e.  measuring "66x66 feet, anel attached to I ' lr,,..���������_.    ,.-.-'    .... ,   .    . . .   ���������  wliich is a commodious bulldta, torLaE*"0^MH\?VIBL^,1?J\0U^tt  stores.' The whole of the buildings I ^s Proofreader ?' Applicant: 'Yes,  are of Calgary stone.    The walls are  sir."      Editor:     "Do  you understand  20 fet high "andTm'haw"traw"roofs I"^.^T^6^.v_..t-th"tp0r,e/P?,n���������Sib-,e  covered with galvanized iron. Stone Position? Applicant. Peilectly sir.  to the extent of over 600 cords has !^henever "out,,.f,akc a,n>- mistakes in  been already used in the construction |ftf ^^ -"UBt blame em on nie, and  and the cost of the buildings alone *u nexer sa5 a *ord*  will be over *-50,000,not to mention The -Westminster Gazette, Eng.,  work connected with the new tracks-Published a list of the members of the  and grades, wliich it is estimated will nobility who are directors of compan-  exceed $25,000, thus making a total '��������� ies. and headed it "Guinea Pigs." The  of over ?75,000. [name  of  the  Duke  of     Marlborough  New side tracks aro being laid; figured in the list and he has written  down which will measure 30.000 feet a letter lo the newspaper saying: "I  and which will provide standing room have the honor to inform you that I  for 1000 cars, indeed the new vards do not sit. have not sat, nor do I pro-  wlll cover an area of half a mile in pose lo sit on the board of any pub-  length, by from 200 to 300    feet    in;lie company."  width. It is a matter of more than hear-  Standard  coal   pockets    are    being say that when there is a vacancy for  constructed which will enable the en-  a clerkship in the  metropolis of the  gines  to be coaled  on either side of  old country, that applicants stand in  -   -���������     -     - rows and wait tlieir turn to see the  manager;     this   may  not  be  exactly  true,  but  last week  the   poeturesque  citv  of  Southwell.   Notts,   needed    a  master   for  its  workhouse  and  there  the trussle and Standard watertanks  arc to be supplied from a well sunk  in a convenient place.  The undertaking is a most extensive one anel when complete will [omi   ���������_���������.   ._   the most complete and important rail- were 71 applicants anel the same week  way workshops and yards west, of ' a master for a board school being  Winnipeg, and the contract calls for [wanted 1S7 fully qualified men applied  the completion of the whole by thejfor the post. They are a bit thick on  : end of the year.        .'������������������''���������' 'the ground over there,"       ;-������������������  Acetylene is used in a new French  naval searchlight,* which is designed  to have the generating apparatus  mounted below the deck, with a pipe  running up the mast to the burner.  Ernest Hastings, of Parkhill, Out.,  0 Toronto unlorsity graduate, a  lawyer aud actor, and now leading  man in a slock company In San Fran-  Grand'niso, earning $150 a week, has been  their man- left $110,000 by Mrs. Hastings, of  Lancashire, England. Sho is no relation, but she was shown a photograph of her namesake by a mutual  friend, became fascinated by his handsome face, and dying a short time  ago left him the monoy.  Citizens of Winnipeg are beginning  to agitate for the use of the city  se;hools at night for holding classes  for young ^nien and women. There  nre many young people who cdtilel  tako up subjects, such as botany,  chemistry, astronomy, electricity, literature, etc., and it is believed this  movement would meet with the-name  success that has attended it in the  old country. Woultl not somo such  move be popular these long nights in  Calgary?  Tho News Bulletin says: There is  -a carbide of calcium" famine in lull  forco in the province. A couple ot  vears ago the sale of carbide of calcium was commenced in Manitoba,  the stiles in the first year amounting  to about a ton. So rapidly has tins  means of lighting been adopted not  only in ' Manitoba, but in eastern  Canada and the United States that  the manufactures oro 'entirely unable to supply the demand.   Added to  Brighton, November 18. ������������������ Tho  coroners jury in the Murray Hill accident brought in a verdict as follows:  "We fix the responsibility,, for the  deaths of those ten persons on Engineer Brady, of No 5 express, for passing signals set at.'Danger' at. Murray Hill on the morning of November  15th. We also censure the  Trunk for the actions of  agement."  CANT PLAY IN  OUR YARD  Toronto, November IS.���������The Canadian officials have seized the nets of  a number of United Slates fishermen  in Lako Erie.  ROAD   TAKEN   OVER  The Crow's Nest Pass railway has  been taken over by the Canadian  Pacific Railway company.  ,',  SUCCESSION   DUTIES     '  Ontario has received  the .'"sum    of I  $140,000   from   succession   duties   this  year.  OSLER DON'T LIKE IT   .  Judge Osier has condemned the prevailing practice of "sawing off" election protests wliich    is one    of    thc  favorite practices of politicians.  "THE FINEST"  Victoria, November 18.���������Another  squad of the North West Mounted  Police have left Victoria ��������� for Dawson  City.  MET   THEIR   FINISH  A. report has reached here of the  drowning of two men in the Yukon  river at Fifty mile.  QUITE  RIGHT  Quebec,   November     18.���������Uniform  .  and free primary text.books are to bo!this the cyclone which    passeel   ovei  introduced Into the Quebec schools by Merritton,    damaged    the     Canadian  the board of education. .       '        works and lessened the supply. It is  twttv STinm.D KNOW BETTER     now intended to erect enormous works  THEY SHOULD 1UNUW ^u,iiiiK     at Montmorency, utilizing the   water  Premier   Marchand   of    Quebec    is 'power 0fthcXcelebrated falls.   A rac-  inducing the, French-Canadians  who  n     Squiring 2,000 Ivors-"power is to  have gone to the United States to re- Erected at. the American Soo.  It is  I   _._.l".._.1M.n1������ff   ?lknl nrn_lf--������*n Tt*SX**1. rt       Tfrtll  FERGUSON  The Centre   of the   Lardeau   Mines  Bo Sure and register at the  BJILMORJIL MOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  Thc table is provided with the best  thc market .-fiords.     Kates from ������2  to ������3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,  Proprietors.  eJo_in-  E. Wood  What Do You  O  Want in Shoes f  ir you -.vai.t a good Miners' Shos como  1). Jenkins.  It you want a Rood Prospectors'Shoe com*  to D  Jtr-kins.  Shoes and Hnrncsa rcpilrcd on the _hort__t  notice. All lines of worlc kept in itoek  nt prices to suit a'l.  D. JENKINS  First St-cct. ono block from the Imperial  H -nk ot Canada.  Kevelatoko Station. B. C.  Jlpefrteet  and Buildep  _C;t!matc3. plans and specifications furrished  on application. Shop and repair work  promptly attended to. Wood carvl-K 'a  specialty.      Work    ������ho;i   on   Front Street.  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure.  The undersigned has a large supply  of Hemlock, Spruce. Fir and Pine  Wood for f-ale. Any person requiring  wood will kindlv leave their orders  with Mr. W. M. Lawrence, Reqelstoke  Station, or with II, N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke. ������  17ntf FRANK JULIAN.  T-2G Vernon Soda  Water- Works . ,  M. J- O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Manafactn-e. nfScda "Water, jlofter  .Mc, Sareaprilla and all Soft Drinks.  A full supply kept in ttock at McCarty-. Cold Storage, where order*  0    can be left. aSO-v. .tf  turn to Canada,  CORRALED THEM  inot unlikely that western works will  I be established at   Rat   Portage.    At  Winnipeg, November 18.���������The Dou- present there is a strong demand for  khobors are tobe housed in"the    old carbide throughout the province   and  railway  buildings   in    East    Selkirk; hundreds of tons of it could   be   sold  till thev are settled.:        : [could It be obtained.  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and B eto.il  Druggist Caigary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  t-n m  REVELSTOKE.  lf{0N WORKS..  Blac7-S_n _tl_i___t������ Jobbine  Plruhbiner.   Pipe Fit tins  Ti~as_ait__in_r  Sheet Iron "Work  Machinery Repaired  Kiniqg Work a Specialty���������_______  ROBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Stn. TO STOP  THAT COUCH  Oet a Bottle ol  COMPOUND SYRUP  OF WHITE PINE  AND TAR  An ������x������fllent remedy Ior Coughs, Colds mid all  Uron.hinl Troubles  ONLY 25 CENTS A BOTTLE  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  Chas. H. McI'o.val:  Manager.  Kevelstoko station, II. C.  LOCAL  AND_CENERAL   NEWS  ��������� 9...0 .it the Vic. for a sandwich,  appeal  in   the  zssssi  Float ie*e  lipgan  to  rivur on Monday.  F. McCarty went down on a trip to  the Lai dt.au on Saturebiy lust.  ���������Love-lv Silk Blouses and (."loyc...  for evening wear at Jain������.'B Gill  to Co.  John McCarthy l.ft lown this  inoriiing to spend the winter in  J-fgina.  Gns. Hod-Iruin h'ft for Ground Hop  Hasin "ti Mouilay morning to fix up  bis cabin.  ���������Gro;_r.-ui fc'i'.o. ha vi- biisitii'Hs lotion M.irke'nzii' avenue, Firiet 8tie'nt,aiid  Citiipb-'ll nvenue, for sale.  .Tames Gill to Co. are well stocked  with women's misses' and children's  underwear, long slucveel vests.- etc.  Mr. John Ross, of Kiluiiiiitun. went  prnitli nn Saturday em a vit.it to his  daughter, Mrs-. S. S. Taylor, of Nelson.  E. C Fnimry inte'tids iiileliiii; a  furnace tn the attraction of liis already liaiiclf-onie lirick house cm  Second Street.  A. E. Phipps. of the Imperial Hank,  went up as far as thc Beaver on Sat-  inclay last to mret his sister who was  on board the No; 1.  ���������J.-iaies Gill & Co. have-just opened  !t consignment of lnen'H imported  ribbed woollen underwear, the finest,  gr-ido of woollen underwear made.  Rpvi'lst'jke Scotchmen will rclulirat-e  the-ir patron saint, St. Andrew, in old  fashioned style this year by a dinner  given by the newly formed St. Andrew's Society.  Money to loan nn improved real  estate or for improving���������no iiicmlier-  ship fens���������,nn necessity to take- shares  ���������on t-i might loan or in a building  society.   Grogan A: Co���������  TIip Maple Leaf, published at C'as-  r-iele Cily, is the litest addition to B.  ('-. journalism.' It, is a small four  i-o|iiirin eight sheet paper, published  weekly hy Nisbelt- it Sanders.  ������������������Gr.'igati & Co. have a nice hoiisp on  Third street to rent, partly furnished.  $20 per month, unfurnished, #15 hall,  dining room and sitting room, kitchen,  pantry, hathroom, four bedrooms.  Mr. Gp'i. S. McCarter went up to  Banff nn Sunday morning and returned with Mrs. McCarter and family  last night. Thpy will tiike up their  residence in t.he house erected by the:  lute Mr. Spragge.1.  An alarm of tire at the cottage nccn-  _pi _d.hy.Mrs. Tempi p. behind M r._ 0,_B._  Hume's hung_Ioiv, on Mackenzie Ave.,  brought out No. 2 brigade on Monday  afternoon. The flumps were, however  pxtinguished befoie they got"the hose  roupieci.  A t a ms-pt.ing nf Scotchmen held in  the Fire Hall on Saturday evening  with Mr, W.M. Lawrpnre in the chair,  it was re-solved to form a St. Andrew's  Society in RevpMokcand a i-ouimittce  wa . appointed to draft a constitution  and hylaWs and report to another  me.iing. which was to be held in  the Union Hotel last night.  Koliprt Fleming has turned J. Mc-  .Mah'-'ii'', old blacksmith shop into a  livpry stable and he has ju~,t received  -a few good cutters and hlcighs for the  wintPr's service. A telephone ha������  been installed so that anyone wishing  a parcel delivered will have no difficulty in lr-nvinK orders. The daily  bus b. twe;en the Victoria hotel and  the station will be run from 10 a.m. Lo  10 p.m.. which will be found most  ronvnnient to thp public If you  desire a gooel turnout, or any transfer  work done on short notice at a moderate price, just telephone Robert  Fleming.    He does the rest.    -  Tbe Chinese agitation has resulted  in the Sandon miners calling a meeting anel .inking for a charter to form a  branch lodge of the Western Feder-  ?tion oT Miners. This is a move in the  lightdire.-tioii, as t properly conducted union is a ge,i->d thing for the miner,  mine owner npei business men. Thc  union, .is tbe f<"! .r.ition is universally  calied, has proven itself to be of iiuitii.ii  benefit to both labor and capital. It  ha������ Ixsen the means of adjusting many  trifling disputes that have arisen  between employer and employes,  that might have grown into serious  disagreements. It has|been thc means  of stopping a hundred labor troubles'  ���������where it has brought about one. It  fornix a tribunal before which disputes  can be laid, and if the right men are  elected to the official positions in the  wganization it acts as an umpire in all  tli.pnf . ������.��������� Silver Ionian.  Mrs. E. Bunidge has recovered from |  her severe two weeks' illness.'  Thanksgiving Day tomorrow. It  will be observed au a public holiday in  town.  The jingling o'f the sleigh bells are  heard this morning for the first time  this wiuter.  T. XV. Ryan, of Nelson, has accepted  lhe position of bookkeeper with XV,  M. Lawrence. - -  ���������Residential property andrcrtidences  for sale all over town. Drop in and  see our list.    Grogan & Co.  ���������Old newspapers hiindy for putting  uniler carpets, shelving, etc., for sale  at tin: HlciiAi.n oflice, 2o cents a  hundred.  R. Howson has removed his furniture into bis new store next door to  the old onc un which the carpenters  are busy at work fixing up the interior  with shelving for H. N. Coursicr's  stock.  ��������� What with K. I). Johnston, Tom  Douglas, formerly of Calgary. Snwyer,  of Belleville, anil other crack skaters  and hockey players in town, there  ought to be material for a first cla_ s  team nnd the rink should, and undoubtedly will, bo lively this winter.  Mr. G. M. Clarke has converted the  carpenter's shop next, to his residence  on Second street, into a handsome  nnel comfortable, cottage, in which  Rev. jMi\ Menzics, Presbyterian minister, will take up his residence on his  return to town.  .Mr. Tom Douglas, of Calgary, has  arrived in town to take a position in  the law otHce of his brother-in-law,  Mr. G. S. McCarter. Mr. Douglas  comes to llevelstoke with the reputation of being one of the fastest  skaters and best hockey forwards in  the city team in Calgary.  Wanted  Bushmen,    Logger.,    Teamsters    and    Tie  Maleem.   Apply to J. GENELLE, Kualt, B.C.  To Rent.  Two olllces in   business   part   eif McKenzie  j\ venue-  Apply J.M.Scott.  Wanted.  flood  Harness Maker,   one   accustomed   lo  making heavv harness.   Apply to  J.C.l~Nl"LLE,  ������������������-,-87 Kimli. If. C.  Notice  tiik Lanark consolidated minim; and  SMELTING CO. Limited Liability, a company  incorporated under the Companies Act, 18911,  hereby gives notice lliat in accordance, with  thc provisions of such Act il intends on the  "list day of December, IS.8, to remove its Heml  Office (from Vancouver, in the Province of  Uritish Columbia) to Kovelbtoko, in the I'rovince of Uritish Columbia.  EDGAR A. BENNETT,  Genera! Manager and gecretarv.  November lath. 1898.  "The Leading Store."  '    No bluster, no fuss, Just business, that's all.  On June 2Slh of this year, we opened our  floors lo the public. -.From.date of opening our  business has been steadily increasing, thus proving that OUR GOODS, Prices and manner  of doing busine-s have met with the approval of  (lie public. We count amongst our customers  many iuho up to the time of our commencing  business, had been sending to the east for goods  we carry. It. is a daily occurrence for customers  to tell us this "and consequently we'feef justly  proud of being able to offer,.the', public such  inducements i?i the lines we carry, as to render  the'fcr I her sending east for them unnecessary.  Our mail order department is steadily increasing.  We haue numbers of customers along the line for  many miles both east and' west of .Revelstoke.  No better proof than this lo shew you lhat our  goods aud prices'are Right. Our goods may  not be the cheapest, but. they are Reliable; they  have beem Bought with Care and Consideration  as to Value, and Every Article purchased from  us is -worth the money we ask for it. Every  article purchased from us is ABSOLUTELY  GUARANTEED; in this toe are supported by  the manufacturers from whom we buy.  We thank the public of Revelstoke, and  vicinity for their liberal patronage and in, our  turn promise you the best of attention at all times.  We~ are wholesale and retail dealers in and  importers of Dry Goods, Clothing, Carpets,  Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Gloves,  Tapestry and Lace Curtains, House Furnishings,  Mms' Furnishings, Etc.  JAMES GILL & CO.  TAYLOR BLOCK,  ncKENZIE AVE.  Agent for the  Bl!cketiBc~le?rfer'  Typewriter  X~~E!-A.Ii-E----S. X3ST  Gents' Furnishings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cig-ars, Toilet and  Fancy Articles, Patent Medicines, Etc.  POST   0~.~?IC"_  STO_=____,   K."E3'V*E3I������*3lI'OJC^3 _ __.. C  Yon get tired  Of one kind of Mush for breakfast.     Try WHEATLET.  Something New, Wholesome and Cheap.  All procurable b'KESH FRUITS always on hand.  Remember we have QUANTITY, QUALITY and LOW FIGURES.  -GEO. BELL & OO.  '���������-��������������������������� . First Class Grocers and Fruiterers.  Front Street,  ��������� ���������  Jv..  NOD  You want to hand down to your children something more  valuable than gold. ,t,Buy Real Estate in Revelstoke while you  can still get in on the'ground floor and you will have it.  SEE GROGAN & GO.S' LIST.  Why not procure your supply of Groceries from me at once ?  You can get first class goods and save 50 per cent, by availing  yourself of this rare opportunity.   This" Great Clearance Sale  will only last  till the end Of this month.      All outside orders  will be promptly attended to.  -^iL���������. I. M. CITRON.  VV. B. Pease to Co's old stand.  3i-_������������__!-#_jH_a_jfc������ _������ii^  I The Stoves Trade" ^>^ 8  3 _.  -      ��������� ���������    ' rtJS,  Sheriff's. Sale  T-y virtue ni a writ of execution isiiuc.I out of  tlie Supreme Court of lirilish fToHiml.ia on the  16th clay of November 18-tS in an action wherein  th**: Imnurifil Bant of Canada were plaintiffs  an*I the Halcyon Hot Springs Sanitarium Co.  limited, were defendants in tho. sum of ?lS07_Sf������  and costs, etc. I have seized the property of  the _aid defendants named below and shall  i-ell the stiincat Public auction on the 10TH  I*AY OK DKCKML-ICK. 1S������S, at 12 o'clock, noon,  at thc Hotel of thc said Halcyon Hot Springs  Sanitarium Company Limited, or ro much  thereof as will satisfy the said judprnem  debts, cost", intercut, sheriff's fees, poundage,  etc., unless the amounts Hre sooner paid.  iSigned)   G. K. r.ROGAN.  Deputy Sheriff  INVENTOBY REFCRKF.D TO AMOVE  One Billinrd Table, Cues, Balls, Ktc., complete. One Tool Table, Cues, Balls, Etc., complete, One Team Draught Horses One Cow,  Kifrht Pips, Ten Suites Bedroom Furniture,  One Bar Counter KD_d Water Tanks, Thre������j_  -Platc-Glass-Mirrors���������one-cash- RegI-ster~one"  Stove, One Marble Clock, and a large quantity  of Gln-j.'-'u-arc, Wines, Liquors, He cr and Cigar.1.  kevelstoke  ghoe $torc  Clearing Out Sale  Your Attention  ���������\  Letter and Money Pouches  Purses  Cigar and- Cigarette Cases  ��������� p  And all Smokers's Requisites  At..  Chas. J. Aman's  Boots and Slioes  Rubbers and German  Revelstoke Sash & Door  4-N������ Factory ������M-f- .  Socks  M-nn.'-.'tnrers ot ami Dealers in  ��������� Sash  T_no:u, Turnings,Plinths, Corner  j _. Hleick-S,. .Mouldings    eif. ;ill ...kinds.  handsome and Useful  Jhanksgiving  Gifts"!.  Carving Sets ������  The best and finest in the  Kootenays. Buck, Ivory,  Celluloid or Solid Silver  Mounting. Call and see  them.  They are the latest,  W.M. LAWRENCE  Hardware and Cutlery.  Fayette Buker  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT,  LOANING aad  INVESTMENT  AGENT.  AT     A     L  ARGE  DISCOUNT  J. J. BLAND, Front Street  CTgy-Hoots nn'1 shoe's in_d,- to or _cr if, _*"U������!  $40,000 T0120AN  ON REVELSTOKE REAL  ESTATE SECURITY.  OFFICE:   MCKENZIE AVENUE.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  ill-EEI" HEADS. <||  HiniH", ANIMAL"), Kir...  I'rcsorvcel  an_   Mounted  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  ?5  m  KiS  m m m  m m m m m  WHY>  Why do yon buy ft rcftdy-i-ftdfl *ult  vh.������n vnn"p>iii net onf made to OKIiKN,  mndo to KIT, mud.* for VOU, tor prnfli-  chIIv th<> same monev? A mil that  will keep ft-" SHAPE, ii "nit latest in  IlKPieJN mid STVI.E, ft suit tlmt will  pivft yon bolter war and ft niiAt.r  appearance. It will ho to .our intc-r-  pst* to examine mv TWEKnfi. SER~"__ ,  WOIISTKIJK, OVERCOATINGS, nnd get  price",  R. S. WILSON,  IIEVBUSTOKE STATION"  BH ESS 5S3 jga Ha  ������S.> ������-?_��������� B& ������3i B-3  g_2 0a m m <m  $$& ___ VSw" SX2 led  XFancy Glihles .-liul Vi'i'.'ind.-ili woik,  Brackets of tivoi-j-elespi'lplion made  totii-de'r.   Si oil'and nfticH Fitting..  V/indow Fr;imi's, with S.ish fitted  ji specialty.  All the leic . niaphincry.     Dry kiln on the:  ]>rc_ii������c_.    CkII unci pet prices before  ;_oin.__ else where.  -^SAWYER & MANNING.  XVc nre strictly in the Stove Inisincss'.J.Wc arc elaily expecting our third ear  ol Stoves since we opened up in KevetHoke,'sixteen months aj?o. Our great  success }n tlilb.partieiular lirmi'cli ol our 'business is that wo carry nothing but  the highest grade of Stoves and our prices are reasonable. We pan show you  tlie small .No. 7 Cook" Stove, just Iiie. tiling for bachelors; or the large Sled  Range with ail the latest improvements. In Hunting Stoves���������nil lines of Ilox"  Stoves from 18 to .10 inches, and In Coal Heating Stoves from the small "eilohe  ITeater" to Ihe large handsome double heaters rich in their nicklc em belli.������h-  ments. If you cniinot nfTord a furnace get a double heater wilh hot air  attachments, and you can have your upstairs heated lo perfection.. We aro  sorry to disappoint onr patrons who have been waiting for our jlir Tight ,  Henters.biit as soou as our linings arrive we will be able to supply nil demands.  llll... I. in. .... n, ......... *....... a. raBuH..._..>aiu..lui_..__.  ! Hotel Ferguson,!  Ferguson, B-C-  _  I Best lGGommoGla__o__._i_ tl.e I  I        _E?a__ea_. Dl.5_3.___. ���������  I   Rates:   $2.������������ Pei? Dag.  = D. Ferguson. Proprietor-;  :hi.ue<. .............it..............I.......... .auh.E.a...,n  W. M. LAWRENCE,  Hardware,  Stoves, TIdwsre.  '""*?,������ ~~h~''.~^.5^-W/"?���������?: _-J"~^^  S'H_?V'"-riW.K~w-_.iSw.WS>  _S"S~_ickrfV _Siivs^'~^su._������^i(to_li&--VL',wk!^fc.wVi._'_������_/_l.SkV__i^,.^iS^fe������__  _������  ss  rn-  ���������m  rn-  rm  PS  ~?*S-  &-"3  5.-59  5"S5  >ing: s i neatre    ������  FIVE  NIGHTS-COMMENCING   MONDAY.'. NOVEMBER  2STII.  The  Great   HcEwen  UP-TO-DATE HYPNOTIST," Assisted hv ''  Miss  Grace Maynard  AMERICA'S   MOST   WONDERFUr,  qV-TALEPT-OAL  SUB.1ECT.  Admission SO cents.   Peats on sale at-The Camuia Drug A Hook Co.'s and I~.B. Wells.'  Undertaking-and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzlo . vo.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  , ,* "-"'  Advertisement to Creditors-  IN THE  MATTER OF THE COI,UMI)IA AND  KOOTENAY STEAM   NAVIGATION   COM-  *   PAXY, LIMITED. LIABILITY:  NOTICE is hereby given that the crodltore  of the above named company are hereby required on or beforo tho    ,  Seventh Day of December,, I898 -  _to send their names and addresses and.the  particulars of their debts or claims, and the  names and addresses of their solicitors, if any,  to 11. M. Rogers, Kiq., Bank of Montreal Chum-  bors, Victoria, 11. C, the Liquidator of the said  com pan y. and nt the expiration of the said  time the Liquidator will proccctl to distribute  the assets of the Oompany or anv part thereof  amongst the parties entitled tliereto, having  regard onlv to the claims of which the Liquidator has then notice; and the Liquidator  ������hall not be liable for the assets or any part  thereof as distributed to any person whose  claim lie lins not hnd notice ftl thc time of  distributing the niseis or a part thereof as thu  ca"i: may be."  Dated   at Victoria,  B. C,  this 2/th  day  of  October, A.I~.,1S"8.-    ���������  ' .Mel'IMLI.irs. -.VOOTOX Jt BARNARD,     '  '  - Hunk of Montreal Chambers. Victoria,  B.C., Kolioitoi- for" the said Liquidator  HARD GOAL!  HARD CASH !  ANTHRACITE COAL.  I-clivoi'e>d   from  car...  Dt'liviMoil from shed..  . ...'I(19.50 per ton.  ....$10.00 per ton.  Now  is  the  time to set in your win (it, supply liefm-o llie siimv falls.  I'.uly.      Cash n.ust .*ic-i-iinipatiy the ordor.  OidiT  JAS. McMAHON,  fiENERAL     RLACKSMITH  Cutters, Sleighs. 73up[gip.') and Wagons  madc or repaired.  General wood work a specialty.  Light.  Transferring"  and Carting     'Telephone your orders 10 W.M. Lawrence  and they will be promptly attended to.  Robert Fleming  The  Th" V E  f'tn"r Co. Imvp now on hand  yirii *:i.i.������s p.rick ftt right pricci.  Int.-ndins;  bullrjprs   would do well to  call and cxDminc  Brick -.nrd ju?t north of tho Gun Club  ������.-������������������_, cn'K  Mh!I r,r-Icrn proriiptly attcn.lcd to.  ' l'vicf on app!icAli03.  F. E- Piper Co.,  Revelstoke, B. C.  ...GOOD BREAD...  -������. >  flakes Happy Homes  __j ���������_.  There is nothinzso elear U>a men'*  stotii-cli tut gootl wholesome: bread.  1       ...TRY OURS...  ...A. N. SMITH...  W.&.BIRNEy  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station :  Graining, Paper Hanging, Hard Wood Finish-  log, House painting In all  Branches,  Cerri&ge Painting, GlajJog, ex.  F. McOARTY.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  P.OM-BI-l-Y, yjlLISIIUII-/, All -',NII-, INI'imiAI., AND  COHO.VATION* MIM-RA1. CLAIMS / Nn TUB  V.SII'IKK, KIKCinnsi ASDJl'lllI.EB. RAl.-riONAI.  MINERAM-I.AIMS  .Situate In I lie Kevelstoko Mining Divlai0  West Kootenay District.    Where located      n of  North Fork of Cnrnes Creek, Big Bend,   on the  TAKE NOTICE TIIAT1, Frauds J. O'Reilly,  of Silverton, II. C, ns tigcnt for the Carnes  e;rcck Consolidated Gold Mines, Llml led, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 01,872, Intend, sixty  dftyp from the .late hereof to npplv to the  Mining Recorder for certiilcntcs of Imiirove-  inents for Ihe purpose of obtaining Crown  grants of the above claims.  jlnd further take notice that action under  section S7, must be cunmene _d before the  Issuance of such e'crti.'lcntcn of improvements.  Dfticd this IGth day nf October. ISPS.  Nov. 1��������� '���������>: FRANCIS J. O'I'EILLY.  Land Notice.  aln" North. Thence III e-hains l-.nst, Tlience  40 chain* flouili, Tlicnee 1(1 chains West Io the  oointof cornmcnceinent.  MICHAEL OR A DY,  by his agent  A.I'. CUMMINS.  Iialcd October 8, IFCift.  Advertisement for Creditors  .NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN that all ncrsons  having claims ngainit the Estate of John  Ilruc, late of Arrowhead, In'the County of  Kootenay. II. CJ., who died In or nbout the  month ol June la.������t, nre on or before the with  day of November, 1M8. to send by post, prepaid  to tha solicitors of Hngh Rrucc, the administrator of thc said deceased, their Christian nnd  surname, addresses and descriptions, the full  particular.*of their claims, ft statementnf tlieir  account.", and tlie nature of securities (If anv)  held hy thein, ftftcr which said date the said  administrator will proceed to distribute the  r.ssets of thc said estate, and will not oe responsible to anv i_crson or persons of whose claim  lie shall not then have received notice.  1 - flater! at Revelstoke this 26th day of October.  A. P. 1898. '   <"      .  1- HUGH nRUCE,  Revelstoke, B.C.  11..     '!, 1, Administrator.  ' WHITE. GWILLIM A.SCOTT,  Revelstoke Station, B. C.  Eallcitora for the Administrator.  -"   Hotel License  NOTICE Is hereby given that WI days from  elate hereof 1 Intend to applv to the Stipendiary MnglKlrate for Hie Revelstoke Riding of  VI est Kootenay Ior pcrmislon to toll liquors by  retail at my Hotel at Revelsloke, II. C.  ,     ,     ���������      , PERCY C. CKOTTY,  Revelstoko, October ',-lih, 1898.  Hotel, License  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that SO dnvs  from date hereof f Intend to applv to tlie  ."lipi-iidiary Magistrate for the Hevelstokc  Riding of West Kootenny for permission to  sell liquors by retail at my Hotel In Revel  stoke, II. C.  ��������� .   ,      ���������      ,     , JAMES EDWARDS.  Hated at Revelstoke, Nov. (ith, 1898,    Nov-"-St  Notice of Assignment.  Pursuant to the Crcditor'n Trust Deeds Act,  and nmending nets,  NOTICE IS HEREny GIVEN that George  Frederick Pallis of Revelstoke, in thc Province  of llrlti .1 Columbia, grocer and gents' furnisher, has by deed dated tbe 18th day of Nov-  cinbpi,lB98. assigned all his personal estnte.  credits nnd effect-, which mnv be seized and  sold uniler execution, nnd _H'hl.s_cal estate to  Isaac Turner Hrowater of Revelstoke aforesaid,  mine manager, in trust for the benefit of his  creditors.  The said deed was executed bv the said  George Frederick Fallis and Isaac Turner  Brewster 011 the 18th day of November, 18'JS.  All persons having claims agnlnst the snid  George Frederick Fallis ure required on or before the  18th day of December. 1898,  to send to thc Trustee full particulars of the  same duly verified, together with  the particulars of the security. If anvi held bv them  NOTICE IS HEKKl.Y* FURTHER GIVES  that afler the Bftld 18th day of December, 1898,  the Trustee will proceed to distribute thc  assets among those creditors whose claims  have been lodged with him, and lhat he will  not be responsible afler said date for the assets  so distributed or any part thereof, to anyper-  son or persons, firm or corporation of whose  debt or claim he shall not then have received  notice.  A meeting-of the Creditors ,of tbe said  George Frederick Fallis will be'held at the  oflice of Whftc, Gwillim * Scott, Tavlor Block,  Revelstoke, B. C, on Saturday che 3rd day ol  December, 1W8, at two o'clock In .the afternoon.  Dated at Revelstoke, B.C, the lSth day of  November, A. D. 189S.  WH_TE,r.GWILT__Jt ii SCOTT,  Solicitors for the above-named Trustee.  Advertisement to Creditors  ���������NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN tint all persons having claims against the Estate of John  Hethcrington, late of the Town' of Revelstoke.  in the Province of Hrllish Columbia, who died  in or about thc month of October last, are on -  or before tlie;      - - ������������������  - loth 'day. of December, 189".  to send their names anil nildrcsses nnd full  particulars of their cluims and of the securities  (If any) which thev hold to the Solicitor for  Frank Bcddin Wells, the Executor of the It-_  will and testament of the snid deceased, and nt  the expiration of the said term the said Executor will proceed lo distribute, theiissets of the  said estate amongst the parties entitlol thereto, having regard onlv to the claims of which  tho said Executor has then notice, and the  sniel executor will not he liable for.the said  assets or nny part thereof to anv person of  whose claim he has not had notlce'at the time  of distributing thc said assets.  Dated nt Revelstoke this ".-th elay of November  1898. '  F.B. WELLS.  Revelsloke, 11. C,"  Executor.  ;JAMES MURPHY.  RevclHlokf, B. C, .  Nov.fi���������1 I.t          Solicitor for..the Executor..  Advertisement for Creditors  ' NOTICE IS HEI1K1-Y GIVEN lhat all" persons having claims against the Estate of  William Joseph Lade." bile oi" Silverton in the  County of Kootenav, B.C.. who died on or  nbout the 28th dav ol February, 1897, are on or  before the 30th elav of November, 1S98, lo send  bv post prepaid to* tint Solicitors of Jnmcs A.  I.ndo. the Administrator of the said deceased,  their Christian and surname, addresses and-  dcscrlptlons1 thc full pnrllculnrs of their  claims, a statement of their accounts, and the  nature of the securities elf nnv) held bv them,  after which raid time the snid administrator  will proceed to distribute the assets of thc  .aid estate,hnd will not be responsible to anv  person or persons of whose claim he shall not  then have rccolvcd notice.  Dated nt Revelsloke this 20lh day of October,  A.D., 1898   JAMES A. LADE.  Silverton. B.C.,  '   Administrator.  WHITE, GWILLIM __ SCOTT,  ' Revelsloke Station, 11. C ,  28���������lm Solicitors for thc /dniiiil������trntor������.  Power of Attorney  THIS IS TO CERTIFY th.ubv Power of  Attorney duly registered in the oflice of the  Rclstrnr of Joint Stock Companies, the  FRENCH CREEK MINING CO., Foreign, the  STONELEIGH MINING CO., Foreign, and the  COLUMBIA HYDRAULIC MINING CO..  Foreign, each with their hoad office for British  Columbia, at Revelsloke, in the Countv of  Kootenay, have onch been appointed a now  Attorney for thin Province, to wit: A. R. B.  HEAUN, Esq., Banker, whose address is Revelstoke, il.C.  Dated this 2Sth day of October, A.D.. IBM.  Notice of Assignment.  Pursuant to the Creditor's Trust Deed? Act  and sincnding acts,  NOTICEIs hereby given thntFrank Vandall of  Revelstoke, in the province of British Columbia, hotel keener, has by deed dated the 16tb  day of November, 1898, assigned all his person .1 ���������  estate, credits and effects uhleh maybe seized  and sold under execution and nllhis real estate  to George W. Beach of Revelsloke aforesaid,  mining broker, ln trust for the benefit of his  creditors.  Thc said deed was executed by the said  Frank Vandall and George W. Beach on the  10th dav of November, 1898. All persons having claims against thc said Frank Vandall are  required on or berore the  20th day of December, 1898,  to send to the Trustee full particulars of the  same duly verified, together with the particulars of thc sccnrltv fif nnv) held bv them. '  . AND NOTICE I." HEwiiBY GIVEN that after  the said 20th dny of December, 1HS8. the Tnuf ee  will proceed to distribute the assets among  those creditors whose claims shall have been  lodged with him, and, that he will not bo  responsible after said date Ior the assets so  distributed or any part thereof, to nny person  or persons, firm or corporatian of whose debt  or claim he shall not then have received  notice. "  . .-.Meeting of the creditors of the said Frank  Vandall will be held at the office of the Trustee  Front St., Revelstoke, B.C.. on Monday tlie5th  day ol.December, 1S98,at two o'clock In the  afternoon.  Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, the 21st day of  -Tovember, A. D. 3898. ,  .      WHITE, GWILLIM .t SCOTT,  Solicitors for tbe above-named Trustee.  1'  f_n


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