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 ������        l������  .......  s (���������-���������������������������-' '..   f , L.'  f*  /���������"���������  ���������.^'*  &A  -    *    ������- -t    '* J  ~~ "J   V ^  i_.i~.i-"  -ISSUED   TnWrIGE-A-"W"EEIC~"W'E]IDIsrESIDA."Z"S    AUSTID    S^TTJI^HDA-YS-  Vol.  II.    No. 76,  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1898.  $2.00 a Year iii Advance;  ������������_������Se������������_<_"__'g2a3__3e~3  Hudson's Bay I  Company    |  [INCOBPOKATED 1670 V  '   - ��������� !  The   Most   Up-to-Date   Outfitters W   K  h,  in Western Canada. ft"  Intending Prospectors should write us  for oue of our new Folders, wliich \  contains an excellent Map and an I  estimate of  the  probable cost of a j  complete outfit for the Gold Fields,  Hudson's Bay Stores,  Calgary.,  Cilgibv, Feb. 1  1SQS.  ���������___3Sgg_*____3___2g33_?-_2-?g-<. ���������"  Haig-  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  Revel!  Sole Agents for  evelstoke  Townsite  Air Tight  Heaters  MINING,  "  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Solicitor for Imperial Bankof Canada.  Tavlor Block, McKenzie Aye,  KevclstoKo Sta.  Monev lo Loan.  TV. Wbit*, Q. C. ". M.Scott. B.A.,LL.B.  F. L. Gwillim. -       , _   "  , HARVEY   & " M-CARTER,.  Barristers,"   Solicitors, ."Etc.   ���������  Companv funds to loan at ? per cent.  Offices:   Molsons Bank Block. ,  First Street.   Revelstoke Station,- B. C.  -ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Deaierand Drayman.  Prating an.l delivery workaspccla'ty." Teams  ������h.iv������ ready on shortest notice. Contract* kt  Jobbing tkkon. 4KSF"Agcnt for the..Standard  Oil Company.  DENTISTRY  DR.   EDMONDS,  (Successor to Dr. Mathison.)  Tteth citraclcd painless.   I~cr.ti.-trv In all its  ____..hranrhe_i.     Ollice .over   the. Canada. Drug <&  Book Co.a' store.  DRESSMAKING  MRS. TEMPLE.    '  _ (Formerlv or Toronto.)  Opposite Molfons Bank, Fir.-,t Street.  Dressmaking in all its branches.   Tailor-made  costumes a specialty.  A good Singer Sewing machine for sale cheap.  Remember Friday  IS  BARGAIN DAY  21, 22, 23, 21 inch  Stoves  IS, 22, 25. 2S, 30, 36 inches  Oook Stoves ~  $7, $8. $9 $10;  with or without extensions or ranges  Parlor Stoves  Base Burners,  Gurney's Self Feeders  Cut Nails  ALL, SIZES  Blankets and  Comforters  Excellent values at the big  busy store all this week. The  kind that housekeepers know  to be good because they are  sold by the' weight, the warm  woolly fluffy' kind,'.that look  so well with their, brilliant  colored borders'. This special  value sale is well-timed, lor  each day brings us nearer.the  nights when warm bedclpthing  will; be a -necessity__ Those  who'are cn 'the' threshold-of  blanket buying ��������� -hould look' at  tbis tplendid assortment.    - v,  W.OOl Blankets, white, pure  and wobly, the kind that,makes  one comfortable to look at, so  well woven, desirable and low  priced.  White Wool Blankets,- six  lb. weight, extra good quality.  and neatly designed - borders  at $3:00.  THE SILVER CU? GROUP  CONSISTING OF SEVEN CLAIMS  IN THE LARDEAU  AT THOMSONS LANDING  RICH   ORE   TAKEN   FROM   THE  " ETHEL TUNNEL  Wire Nails  ALL SIZES  Finishing Nails  ALL SIZES  Villa Locks  AT  M. K. LAWSON'S  Opposite Co-van Block.  Tea will bo served every Friday, Bargain  Day, from four to six.  F9R SALE���������  1.���������Business lots on Campbell Avenue. A  ���������nap for cosh.  2.���������A lot In the centre of tho business part oi  Mackenzie .\venue. "WW In cosh and liable to  go up in price before long.  3.���������Business lots, 60 foot front, on First St.,  between the two bankj. Some of the choicest  business property ou the market.  4.__-"oiir lota at the corner of Third Street  and Campboll Avenue���������a good location.  5.���������Two lots nearly opposite Samson's residence on Third Street, $150 each. Nice lots  and a bargain for residential purposes.  I!������.���������A large Irnine two-storey residence, just  erected on Second Street, two minutes walk  from C. r. R. KoundUouse. plostcred Inside,  fence, verandah.   "Tlcc "1,500, on easy terms.  7.���������Corner lot, next Itevelstoke rostofllcc,  Front Street.   _:_~_c_-_.   A bargain.  8 Two lots, opposite J. I). Sibbald's residence, on First St.   ~:-~_each.  9. Desirable residence, closo to the Cowan  Block, cheap for cash. 5 rooms, bathroom and  pantry.  Straight loans on real property round the  centre of the business part of ihe upper town.  >*o red tape, formalities or delay.  Apply to  _*_____.6ResAN 5. Ge.,  AGENTS.  Insido Door Sets,  Outside Door Sets.  Rim and  Mortise Locks  ALL KINDS  Hammers  Disston Saws  Planes, All Kinds  Claw and Lathing: Hatchets  Tar Paper  Building  Paper  WHITE     LEAD.     PAINTS     AND  PAINT BRUSHES,   BOILED  AND RAW OIL  und in uny olher lines which  Builders  may want.  During lhe coming week special  prices will be given upon ull the above  lines.  ~-Bed-Comforters7'-cbo_-hi-o-hts  are coming, when the comforts  of these warm coverings will  be much appreciated,     '.  J  Double Bed Comforters,good  warm and serviceable, - well  filled and covered, at $2;00.  A Record Breaker  Was the month of Sept. at  the Departmental. ������ Comparisons show the turn over for  the month of September to far  c-jceed those of former years.  We were not surprised at the  result for never hfthe history  of the store had you such an  assortment to choose from.  Never were our prices for up  to date goods so low. We intend to make every month  this winter outdo the proceeding one. In order to do this  we must have your patronage.  That means we murt offer yon  inducements not only in the  assortment of goods, but also  in prices. This month [Oct.]  we have turned the big busy  store into a sea of bargains.  C.B, Hume & Co.  This week we have added  many novelties in Ladies'  Sailors and Walking Hats,  Ladies' Cloth Jackets and  Capes. And now is your time  to make -a selection before  sizes and colors are broken.  Mail Orders Carefully fdleii__aKf  Bourne Bros.  900 TO 1,500 OUNCES SILVER  To the Ton in the Sunshine Ore���������High  Gold Values as Well ��������� Five Hundred  Tons Already Shipped���������Three Hundred and Fifty Tons More to Follow  ���������A Valuable Group,  This group of properties consists of  seven claims, viz.,four full-sized claims  and three fractional claims. The full  sized cltiiins are the Silver Cup, Sunshine, Excelsior and Mountain, the  fractional claims being the Silver Cup  Fractional, Excelsior Fractional and  the Mountain Fractional Mineral  Claims. . The claims are situate on  Silver Cup Mountain, near Eight Mile  on the south fork of the Lardeau  river, which is a, distance of about  four and one half miles'from (Ferguson.  From Ferguson to Eight Mile there is  a very good wagon road, and tho trail  from lhe hitter point, to the properties  is an excellent one. The method of  transportation in winter is rawhiding  on the' trail and sleighing over tho  main load, whilst in summer pack  mules are generally utilized ou. the  trail, and wagons on the main road.  These properties are owned by the  Sunshine, Limited, a' company whose  head oflice is in London. England,  with a British Columbia oftice at Revelstoke. The Sunshine Liui'ited is a  subsidiary company of the Lillooet,  Fraser River and Cariboo Gold Fields,  Limited, of London?" Bugland. with  a British Columbia officoat Revelstoke,  aniTwhieh. has large-interests in the  Trout Lake -District. The principal,  developments are on tho Silvev Cup  mint;, -which has been shown to ne a  proiiertjr .it!,-yorj--Tgr^at,_^valni'.. This  development, consist������'"���������(>������"'a;-"-,~:'-__cue  tunnel 115 .feet long, which connects  when in a disluuro of 330 feet,' with  the lower part of an incline shaft 1S3  feet deep, sunk on what is known as.  the Silver Cup Vein, above the tunnel.  From the"point of intersection drifts  have" been run on this vein about N.  XV. and S.E. G6 feet and 211 feet',  respectively, considerable- bodies of  high grade ore have been developed.  Before cutting the Silvor Cup Vein  the crosscut tunnel encountered, whon  in a distance of about SOO feet, another  vein, which has been designated the.  Big Vein. This new vein was mi-  -kuown at-the_titue_of-sii"king.the.niain  shaft, but has.l uriied out to be of very  great value. Drifts have been run  about N.W. and S.E. on such vein at  this level for distances of 33 and 73  feet respectively, have been driven,  showing up a large body of oro.  Besides these workings crosscut ting  has been dono froin the main shaft  and from the. drifts. From such  developments and surface indications  it is apparent that at. least two other  veins exist on the property. It has  been clearly proven tint the. ore  improves in depth, especially as regards its gold contents. A plan of  development is under consideration  hy the management and it is the intention to get considerably below the  present workings.  The Sunshine claim is situated immediately below the .Silver Cup. Here,  about 300 feet vertically below the  Silver Gup mine, a drift has been run  in for about 279 feet on what, sopiiis to  lie a continuation of the Silver Cup  vein. Two" bodies of ore have been  encountered.of the same character as  tliat of the Silver Cup mine, and there  is every indication to 'show tliat with  further development this property  will bo, proven to be of considerable  value.- Upsto the?present time little  work has been clone on the other  claims of-this group, butowing to their  situation'and surface indications, there  is reason to believe they "will prove ot  large, value. The ore of this group  consists of argentiferous galena with  grey copper of a high grade in silver.  Wherever this grey copper ��������� can be  seen with lbe nake'd eye, a high value  is assured." Specimens of this mineral  have shown from 000 to 1,500 ounces of  silver, to the ton.   The galena is fine  ? rained and also scarries high value..  ri both veins, hut especially in the big  vein, iron pyrites is also found, ,\vhich  carries high values in gold.: The presence of this gold has been all the more  marked in the deeper workings of the  Silver'Cup, Pending certain economies in the .transportation of the ore,  which are .liow being '"'effected, the  management have limited the output  of the mine to 150 tons per month.  During the winter about 500 tons of  ore have been shipped to smelters in  the United States, somo to Argentine,  some to Everett and the- balance to  San Francisco. About 350 tons more  are now in course of shipment. The  average value of the ore is nboul $103  per ton, large quantities of which are  now- ieady for stopingJ) Itis confidently expected that when further  depth has been attained this property  will-ha shown to be one nf.the most  valuable in the Province, and from all  indications it must he auid this expectation is quite justified.���������Topic.  3044 OUNCES SILVER; $8 GOLD  _ #  Preparations for a Winter's Work on  the Ethel���������A Rossland Man Examining Properties in the Fish River  District���������Other Items of Personal and  General Interest  Thomsons Landing, October 17.���������  On the 5th instant, Mr. Moore, part  owner and superintendent of tho  Ethol Mines, wife and daughter, left  the other day fur Pcachland, Okanagan, where they will spend the  winter. In conversation with Mr,  Moore I was informed that he was  in to make a .shipment of 0 tous of  ore by the C.P.R. to tho Trail smelter.  In speaking of the property he said  everything was going on satisfactory.  No. 2 tunnel had been started and they  were expecting to tap the lead at .50  feet, but had tapped it at 15 feet iu  high grade ore; one assay going as  high as 3044 ounces in silvei, $0 in  gold and -15 per cent, copper. Mr.  Newman, late of Ferguson, who has  been retained by t he company ,as  their assayer and ore sorter, pronounced it one of the mostphenominal  assays he had ever made. Bunkhouse  and ore sheds are being elected and  everything being made ready for nu  all winter run.  On the 11th XV. P. Pool, and Miss  Pool, his sister, paid the L~mding.ii  visit on their way to Trout Lake.  Mr. Bloughhurger, the American  consul, of Rossland," went' up to Pool  Creek.a few days 'ago. to "look at tho  Black Beni- .md .the-.: Wild .West,.,-He  returned on ,the 13th well satisfied  wil h the properties. He left for Rossland on the following day.  On Tuesday last Mrs. T. W. Graham  of the Prospector's Exchange, returned home fl"tiin the coast. She  brnughl a little stranger with her, a  baby hoy two months old.  lt is rumored that the Silvor Cup is  going to start up again with the intention of running it all winter. ,  Malcolm Beaton started out today  with a pack train of eight horses, all  loaded with potatoes for the Silver  Cup.  E. C. Erbsluh. of London, Engl ind,  with'othersrmaile a-li-ip to thu famous  Mohawk property and came back  to-day very favorably impressed with*  the showing on that propeity. Mr.  Erbsloh represents two wealthy Eug-  lish syndicates.  The Revelstoko football team failed  to materialize on Saturday as they  had agreed to play a return match  with the Trout Lake City team at that  city, to the great disappointment of  the people of the Landing and most  (������������������specially at Trout Lake.  Cariboo Bun is looking well to his  riflt) in anticipation of rounding up  Cariboo for the winter.  THE FISH CREEK CAMP  GIVES PROMINENCE OF   GREAT  ACTIVITY AND WEALTH  SOMEORE SHIPPED THIS WINTER  Halcyon Hot Springs Arrivals  The following guests  are registered  at lhe Halcyon Hot Springs:  S. G. Faulkner, Vancouver; G. H.  Markill, Comaplix; Mrs. .Inck.son,  Spokane; D. McKay, Nelson; B. A.  Lynch, Revelstoee; Thos. McNaught,  J. McNaught, Golden; A. C. Mi seller.  Nakusp; (i. A. Macdonald, Sandon;  J. P. Hull, XV. Dobson, Kamloops; J.  Smith, Banff; Ed. Grant. Nelson; II.  Stenkel, Brooklyn; II. Willfams,  Arrowhead; S. Lloyd, Sandon; John  M. Burke, Republic; J. S. C. Fraser,  Mr. nnel Mrs. Ross-Thompson, Dr.  Coulthtud, Rossland; Sam C.issidy,  J. L. Grant, Sandon; Mr. Mahon and  family, Rogers' Pass.  A Rawhide Trail to the Beatrice ��������� Ore  Shipments     This     Winter���������A   New  Strike   in   the   Neighborhood   of  the  Beatrice ��������� The   Brunswick   Deal ���������  Lots of Mining and Prospecting News  Co;.rAr_.ix,   October 15.���������The   Beer  Bros.,  of    the   Be-itrico   mine,   have  ad vei Used for   bids on a contract to  build a rawhide trail   and  have ore  shipped during the winter.  A fine specimen of galena oro  weighing about fifty pounds has been  brought in by W. J. Gir.ird from the  Mountain Boy, a close neighbor of tho  Beatrice.  The Silvev Dollar, adjoining the  Mountain Boy, is at present being  developed by .loe Best, the lucky  owner, and is more than fulfilling-his  sanguine expectations. Tlie large  body of ore revealed has assayed S113  in silver and as high as $50 in gold.  A new discovery in thesnnie vicinity  has just been made by Messrs. Burke,  McKenzie and Allen. If the" specimens, which they brought-in prove  half as good aa they look, something  further will be heard of the Canadian  Belle.  Mr. Smith Curtis, of Rossland, representing the "Lar-leaii-Goldsinil h  Mines, limited, has just eonrluded-a-  de'al with the original owners for thei  Brunswick, which, I understand, .is-to  be stocked and worked this coming  winter. ,'-.  " Itis gratifying to-be able to-say  that no man looking" for an investment in mineral property has failed  to find what he sought for this summer, the only drawback is that so  few havec-onie to seek.  W. M. Benuett, of Sandon, has heen  up to the Silver Tip Basin to see the  Copper Cliff and seemed thoroughly  sat isfietl with the property.  The Molsons B-_-I_"t  At the annual meeting of the shareholders of the Molsons Bank, held in  Montreal on Monday last the sfatc-  ment-=-piesented���������"-by��������� the-dircctors  showed a most satisfactory state of  affairs. The net profits were ������251,191,  earned on a capital of 1.2,000,000 with a-  t'Bst of Sl.i500.000. The shareholders  received out of the profits, dividends  aggregating nine per cent.; there was  written olf the bank premises account  a sum of $25,000, and the profit and  loss balance was increased from $2G,  S29 lo ������81,020, a sum much more than  sufficient to meet the utmost possible  loss from the unfortunate affair al  Winnipeg, iu i.g.ird to which tbe  management took the shareholders  into full confidence. For years past  the Molsons Bauk has been steadily  strengthening ils position, and it now  as a consequence enjoys a standing  lhat . evening some institution': of  larger capital might envy. Like other  bai.ks, it has been looking to the west,  and iu the course* of the year opened  branches at Victoria, Vancouver and  Revelstoke, besides at Simccej 'Out.  Its past management is the best  guarantee that this spreading out will  be equally to the profit of -the'shareholders, and of the localities the new  agencies will  serve.���������Toronto  Wbrld.  PROSPEROUS CONDITION  LARGE  AMOUNT. OF DEVELOPMENT IN THE MINES  THAT'S WHAT D.D. MANN SAYS  The smelting industry of British  Columbia should be fostered and encouraged in every possible way. Mine  owners can materially assist in this  matter by having their ore treated at  the home smelters instead of sending  it across the lino as unfortunately a  great many of them have fallen into  the habit of doing. Every pound of  ore should be treated at home. This  is the only method by which this important industry can be made piofit-  ablo lo its owners as woll as to the  ifoimtry at large. As the mines are  developed the other industries closely  allied with Ihe business of mining  should he given the full cosideration  to which they are entitled.���������Kootenay  Mining Standard.  A Few Pointers to Advertisers"'  tl  The following are a few   of  those  who stand in the way of the advancement of a town and are a detriment to  any community: Those who go out  of their own town to do their trading;  those who oppose improvements;  those who prefer a quiet town to- oue  of push and business; those who  imagine they run ii town; those who  distiust public-spirited men: tho3e  who oppose every movement which  doee not originate with themselves;  those who pnt on a long face when a  stranger talks of locating in the town:  those who oppose every public enterprise which docs not appeal' of personal benefit to themselves: those who  speak to injure tho credit of individuals; those who think business can be  done without advertising.  Railway Construction, Mining,. Upstarting Camps.'���������The Greatest Production '-  of   Gold, Silver,-Copper and Lead in .,  the* World.���������British ..Columbia 'on the." ,  Eve of Wonderful Activity.  D.   D.   Mann,   says  the  Winnipeg  Tribune of tho 12th inst., returned this  morning from a visit of'considerable  duration'   in     Britishu"Columbia. ���������A  reporter of  the   Tribuno   found "Mi'J'  Mann  endeavoring to open   his mail  .between the interviews and  visits of  thoeehaving'.business.with him at tho  office   of   the   Dauphin, railway.   He  said that lhe   whole .west  was  in  a.  more prosperous    condition' than he  hud ever kndw-n  It'before.     A.large   -  Amount nf development' work is being -  dono iii ^th'a-mine* arid shipping will  become niore.'uctive'when the railways* J  now  building  are completed. ' There'"',  are now about- 70  men   steadily  em-  ,-'!  ployed in development:*[work   on1, the  mines .in which Mr. Mann is interesfcecT,".  and the further, they' get  down, the  better the prospects^ look.     There |is,  however,' greater.activity in- British .  Columbia mining   than"  people" .ever,  imagine, and;Mr; Mann .believes thac*'-  in-the .very.meat-future  the   whole  country from the summit of the Rockies   to   the, coast .will", be dotted over .  with   mining   cainps.'and   mills, [and'  reduction plants.will be as plentiful as .  flour mills oh" the prairie.   The" whole  country willJ_ec'ome one great'mining^,  camp'and one of,tho greatest fields for"'  the production- of gold, silver,"copper ~  and lead in'the.world.wir-v.*..-,  ,-- >    --  DURWAXP.LOT&;-CCHQERf^:  The    Celebrated-Tfenor ,Captivates    a-'*.  Revelstoke'Audience - ~ -  -'  Nothstanding the inclemency of the '  weather,'a bumper house greeted Mri'-" "  and Mrs.  Durwai'd Lely on "Monday  tvpniug. . All the music loving "peoplo."  of Revelstoke turning'ciit to 'hear, the '.,  celebrated tenor and his talented'wife.  Scottish songs", sung:by a prince of-"1  Scottish singers, xvere. Jlstened to with  delight by an 'enthusiiustic  audience.' .  e.-ich"solectioif beiffg" lurai*tily~"gnc~6fed^"^"  The programme which was principally,"  composed of Scolfish and Irish ballads':  was thoroughly enjoyed iiy nil present,-"' .  Special- tiiention shpuld_be made.of the.";  favorite of tire evening,- "Como inlo*"--  tho Garden Maud," which received n-'  hearty encore.       :      **-".'-  Mr.  Lely's song, numbers   included  "Bonnie Wee Thing" (Burns). '-Come '  Into the Garden' Mau'd,'"-(Balfe).  "The1,  Cruiskeen   Lawn",   "Tom    Bowling,"   "  '���������Roy'd Wife of^ Aldivalloch.'-* .'.'Miiry  .  Morrison" (Burns), "The Minstrel Boy"  -  {Moore).���������'-M y.Boy Tjyjnmy,*.' "Sally .in..,  in Our Alley" (Carey),---jincl  the extra-"  and one'of the choicest of the evening,-'  "The Laird of"C'ockrpe'n." "~As a storv-  teller as well as a singer,. Mr. "Lely  t-ikes tlichii~_.ie.~__ i~iiriktjind'tIio&u who  failed to iitterid.tlte concert missed a J.,  rare, treat,  which  the future catiriot  hcilcl iri store for them,      " .    .  As this is Mr. and-'Mrs. "I^elv's last"  American tour, they; having just re-j  turncd from a in'oi-t successful, Austra- *  lian conceit tour,"and will'only spend*"  a shoic time in-the   south    country  before going to New -York, and from     <  there will sail for their^honie in- the  Highlands. "        _ .:...,  Too much praise caniioi lie given  to  the  Ladies' Aid  of' the Presbyterian  .  church for enabling - the   citizens* of '  Revelsloke to hear sach a singer.  THE MOHAWK.BONDED  This Excellent Property on Pool Creel-  to be Developed  Messrs. T. Downing and Ben Reamy  owfaers of the   Mohawk on Pool creek,  gave a liond'onthe property this week ,.  to Mr. Erbslow. ��������� It is the intention of  the new'owners-to pot men to work:.  iinn-_u_!-"_ly with a-viewof Ihorousfhly-"*  developing tlie "property."   About ten  days "ago 5_r.'( Downing/disiovered a  new ledge*of 13 inches of-clean galena.  That the Mohawk will   prove the rich-  ness--f-Pool ireek ho ond   who knows  that   p.u t  or  the country will deny.  The HErtALD wishes   the new owners-'  every success with the property. Revelstoke   Herald  Pabliihod in Interests ot  ReT-litok., L-i-e_u..Blg Bond, Tiout Lake  Illo__l-WMt, Albert Gtnron, Jordan  ^M- ������nd E_glo 1>U8 DlatrlcU.  __. JOMKSON      Proprlet    ���������  A. ������������__l-W_ol_lT Jo_rn_l, published In the  hiterMta of Een-teke and the "urrouud ng  dtelrtot, Wed������e������l������r������ and. ,-������Urd_>������, making  2__*_t ooo-Oc-Uooi withiall tr������ln������.  A4Tm__~iaR������te������ :--W������Pl������1,**��������������� ,'i'JS ,P,?������  .__..<__ luctoXVro per Inch when lneertcd on titlo  w,. ��������� tiasal - __-. 12o ��������� per (nonpareil) line Ior  ir*. InMrU-B; So for wot. ttddltlonftllnnortion.  rU__ll-������ notice*, lie per Hue each lusuc. airtn,  ������Urr._������e and Pe_th _.>iiccn, free,  au-ecripuon Kau������: By mail or carrier. |2.00  pwaaaum;  |l."~5 for.rix aioultu, strictly in  **(>_. "Sob Department: _ H_ . Hkkai.d Job  0������C������rtme_t l������ one of tho oost equipped  t_tatU>������ effloe. In Wmi Kootenay. and ie pro-  ������������__. ������ exeento .11 -lnd������ of prlntlnK In first  e-Witj-eatheneiiprioef-' Ono Pri������ *������ ���������*'.-.  Selobloo_u���������B~^-nOne^���������o������nlall-for~Ill.   Mau  irt������_TO!_pt_r������~teo<l-xl ">���������   ������1V������ n������ " lrlai  0%reS^iS-e"---:,-'W. lm correspond-  e___.o__n. inhj<x_0flnt.r.-8t ��������������� the ueneral  Sttle, an- du_re a reUabl' roiralar correspondent In every .locaii' ������U"������U^1I5?  RereUtolie-. In all caaoa -the bona fide name  ef tlie writer rauet acoomranr manuscript, but  ������et aeoeeiartly for publication.  _ddreee all communications  .      REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, B. C.  N8TICE TO CORRESPONDENTS-  l.'AIl ,-orre������pondence .muot bo legibly  .nit-en on one side of the papor only.  t. Onrreapondonce ,-.containing; .��������� personal  aia-termnet beelRned wlth.U.3 pr por name  ���������f tha writer.' ���������  -.-   '     ' ��������� _���������_  3.������'orre������pondenee with roferonco to any  t_i_K that _M appnared In another paper  miM ftrat be offorea for. publication to lhat  raper befo-_ lt can appear in .Tiie Hbiiai.u.  L' LIB,.. _L_.--.IJ ���������  ���������~~-~_bNESDAY.   OCTOBER    10,    1898.  TERRIBLE  ASHCROFT TRAIL  INCREASED POLICE FORCE FOR  WINNIPEG  The Quebec Vote  There is' -6~n_thhg~'very- fishy about  the Quebec vote In the recent plebiscite. .Starting with' .30,000 majority  against prohibition on the day afUr  the-plebiscite, tho .figures havo heen  rolling in untll.lt is, now-announced  that the province.has given.nn anti-  protiltJltlon majority of between  PU.O00 and 100,000. ~ Eyldenco. ia not  wanting' that thera has ,heen some  juggiing. Even the Globe has contained hints polntlng-to ballot stuffing-Ion a large scale.' It is certain that  the Liberal government had a deep  interest-in  seeing- Quebec vote anti  and  that  tho  Liberal ��������� machines  was  used for all It was worth to Becuro  that end. Three of Laurier's minister worked and 'spoka strongly to  defeat prohibition. , There is something very significant about such figures as 150 for and 1300 against in  Quebec villages of a few 'hundred population. Quebec's extraordinary alleged majority of ninety odd thousand  completely swampa' tho votea of all  the other" provinces combined and is  all the more remarkable ��������� in face of  ths fact that numerous .eettlementa  in the French province have heen for  years to all Intents and purposes pro-  - hibltion." without 'bars or- saloons.  According to^l_~ Sol-il, Quebec's  majority against. prohibition reaches  s~l,K~5, ������.nd majorities in tha other  provinces, which..favor prohibition  ���������were aa follows: '* . Ontario 14,011;  Nora Scotia -6,350; ' New Brunswick  I7,37!i" ' British Columbia 1,184;  Prince Edward iBland 6.1C0; North  West Terruortea a,0M; ~ Manitoba  ���������J.l...    Net majority against urohlbl-  - tion 20.091.     Thero   are   soma   districts to be heard from yet in Quebec.'  Death Sentence Commuted ���������- Chinese  Children in Montreal���������Winter Mail  Service���������Bye Elections  Ottawa, October Vi.���������(Juiiailian ticket agents will meet in convention iu  Ottawa.  SAULT  CANAL  Winnipeg,   October   i'i.��������� ine   imst-  nest) on tho Suult Canal shows a  decrease during tho past season.  ASHCROFT TRAIL,  Travellers  who have    passed    over  tho  Teslin    and Anhcroft    trails  are  publishing harrowing accounts of tlie  hardships of the trail.  INCREASED POLICE FORCE  Winnipeg municipality proposes to  employ supplementary police to enable them to enforce, the city bylaws.  DEATH SENTENCE COMMUTED  Ottawa. October 13.���������The government has commuted the death sentence on the Indian boy Sarnie at  Kamloops.  CHINESE   CHILDREN  Montreal, October 13.���������Chinese  children aro held to be eligible for  admission Into tho Montreal Protestant schooli.  "WINTER  MAIL  CONTRACT  Quebec, October 13.���������The Allan and  Dominion lines of steamers have secured the contract for carrying tho  mails during tho winter between St.  John, N. 11., and Liverpool.  MAROON   TROUBLES  The Maroon troubles    In    Jamaica  have   assumed   serious   proportion-".  MINISTERS' SALARIES  Toronto, October 13.���������The Methodist conference at Toronto has decided to cut down the allowance to  ministers,  *" ONTARIO  BYE-ELECTIONS  The Ontario Legislature is pio-  rogucd'to permit of the bye-elections  being held.  PROHIBITION  Woodstock, Ontario, October -13.���������  In a speech delivered here yesterday  tho Hon. G. E. - Foster said: We  should never havo prohibition in  Canada until, the question was made  a question at the polls.  -FOOTBALL FORBIDDEN  SoriuKdeld. October 13.���������The faculty of Miami University have forbidden  playing football and all engagements  have  boon  cancelled.  A PTJGrlLISTTC BT/U.FF.  FRANCE REFUSES TO VACATE  MARCHAND'S       POSITION       AT  FASHODA  Great Britain Asserts Her Right���������Spain  and the Philippines���������An Aristocratic  Swindler���������Indian Troubles  l-oudou,   October   13.���������The   government of Capo Colony has resigned.  UVKRLUE  Lieut. Peary's Arctic steamer Windward is overdue.  Sl'ALN   AND  THE  PHILIPI'INKS  Tlio  Spaniards   will  appeal   to  the  European   powers   em   tho  Philippine  islands question.  G1SKMAN    EiUi-KUOU  The Emperor and Empress of Germany have left on a journey to Palestine,  THE   HON   GROWLS  London,    October  13.���������Lord    Rose-  uorry   lias   declared   tlie limpoeslbll,-  lty of Great Britain  receding on tho  l'-usliodu question.  AKISTUCKATIC    SWINULBK  The Hon. rnnip Benedict Joseph  l'etne, brother and heir to Baron  I'etiie was committed for trial yesterday on a. charge ot obtaining ������20  by means of a bogus check.  CHAMBERLAIN  RETURNS  New   York,   October   13.���������Tho  Hon.  Joseph   Chamberlain  sailed  for England yesterday from New York.  LEECH LAKE INDIANS  The Indian troubles at Leech Lako,  .Minn., nave been satisfactorily settled.  1 IA W AU AM    FREEMASONS  The   Hawaiian   Free  Masons   warn  intending  Immigrants from going to  the ishinils.  TKOUHLIS   AT   VIRDEN  ' Seven  men  were killed and several  injured  iu a light between thc.unlon  men   nnd   the negroes    at     Virden,  Illinois.'  THE EGYPTIAN QUESTION.  1'arls. October 13.���������On tho Egyptian question M. Lo'Clair declares that  the 'French people aro on their mettle. Under no pretest will they pcrlnt  retreat    pure    and    simple. "We  should remain at Fashoda," the  paper declares "notwithstanding the  threats ot" the British cabinet" and  poinld out the fact that the only way  of conimuncaion with Marchand was  in rough liritisti intermediary shows  .Murchand's position,it adds: -'France  will gain nothing by opposing the  British project of uniting Cape Colony, and Egypt."  WHITE MINERS AND NEGROES  PORTO RICO TO BE EVACUATED  SHORTLY  Lieutenant Governor Forget held a  reception In "Winnipeg on Tuesday. It  was largely attended.  A motion of want of confidence in  ���������the���������govern men-_--has___-en_passe_d_Jin_  the Cape Colony -"Assembly.  No arrests .have_. been' made in the  matter of the Molson's Bank robbery,  and lt the police have any- clue, at all  they' are keeping.'the secret religiously.   ���������  A disastrous fire is reported from  Sydney, New South ,' Wales, an important suburb to the city called Rod-  fern has been almost totally destroyed.  The brothers of Anna Gould have  caused the ftoppag- of the construction of a red marble palac~ because  the Count de Caitellano. her husband,  was get In* 40 percent on the vork he  gave the contractors.  A shipment or -630,000 pounds of  bacon has been made Just recently  from Toronto to Southampton.  England, the value of -which was  about 164,000 and the heaviest shipment yet mado from there.  A London telegram says th.-.. ?  ���������despatch to the Daily Chronicle  states that the troops who -have returned from Khartoum-to Alexandria  taro dying Ilk* flies, it is supposed  from disorders due to the corned beef  and tie Indulgence ln cheap spirit*.  Sir Georgf Grav. is to be accorded  the final and deserved honor of a  funeral In St. Paul's. London. Kng.  The news that a public funeral in St.  Paul's is to be accorded to the late Sir  George Grey wtlL. cause great, satisfaction throughout" the entire Empire. Sir George 'Grey was' not only  a colonial governor, he was a colonist,  and New Zealand wl'l henceforth feel  that she possesses an Interest in one  of our two great national shrines  whleh she never possessed before.  The English papers of September  "3rd record two very narrow escapes  of the steamship, on which f.v-Am-  bassador Hay was- a-passenger to  New York. The Teutonic, with Ex-  Amabssador Hay,' (.'Hiring the voyage  had two narrow escapes. At 2 o'clock  last Sunday (September"l8) morning,  during a den������e foir, she nearly collided "With a big freight steamer, wnich  eroBsed her conri������ at Tight angles.  The two Yesflels barely managed to  (hum. Yesterday afternoon. off Fire  Island the transnort Pf-riin. bound for  Cuba, crossed the Teutonic's bow..  The Teutonic, unable- to change  course, crashed Into -the Berlin. Instating some damaee. Fortunatelv  the blow was delivered at an acute  angle, with reduced,.speed, otherwise  the Berlin would have been sunk.     .-  GEOLOGICAL DISCOVERIES IN  ALBERTA  BUFFALO JONES  Fossil R. mains Of Monstrous   Reptile's,  Alligators. Turtles and Fish  Remains of the largest reptiles that  ever lived were discovered in large  numbers recently by Mr. Lawrenee  M. Lambe, 1-. G. S.. of the Geological  Survey. Mr. Larubo spent two  months in the Red Deer district, N.W.  T.. and as a������ result he has secured  somo splendid fossil remains. The  fossils are remains of dinosaurs found  lu tho cretaceous rocks. The dinosaurs were reptiles varying in length  from 20 to 00 feet.. Some of them had  three horns, one over the nose, the  -others,nea__t_u___eyes.    .They .  were  either herbiterous or carniverous, aud  existed ages before the mastodons.  Mr. Lauibo also discovered the remains of turtles, alligators and fish.  In removing the fossils from the  rocks great care had to be exercised.  Mr. Lambe when he had exposed a  sectiou of a fossil covered it with  muslin pasted ou to prevent chipping.  Then the soft cretaceous rock "had to  be carefully, removed, and the wholo  fossil was secured. Tbe remains arc  very heavy, and Mr. Lambe and his  assistant had plenty of hard work  getting them to camp.  Robt. Jaffray, A. A. Cox and \V. G.  Jaffray, of Toronto, are visiting the  Western   mines.  Between 20 aiid "T, tru'.nloads o������  camo have left Southern Alberta for  tho old country this fall.  Tho i-'ormiilable, another llrst class  British battleship, will be launched  during the third week in November.  A. >.*. Pelly, a young Englishman,  who went to Dawson via the Edmonton rout'.* says it is impracticabl'! until Improved by the government.  Forty livo below zero was tho coldest  temperature ho observed and at no  time was ho seriously inconvenienced  by it.  'The Masons of Dawson City, N.W.T,  have petitioned the grand master o������  the Grand Lodgo of Manitoba. Sheriff  Murphy of Moosomin, for a dispensation for tho organization ot a Masonic lodge in Dawson, and to lie known  as Klondyke lodge. The grand master  bas recommended that the dispensation be grantwl,  Sir William C. Van Home, discussing tho prospects in British Columbia,  said he thought, that a splendid trade  would be. built up between the const  arid Manitoba and the North West.  "It is obvious," ho said, "that tho  prairie province and the North West  can supply British Columbia with  bread stuffs, meats, etc., more cheaply,  than any other district could ilo It.  The Canadian North West t-houlilin  turn be the great market fot- tho  fruits, lish and forest products of this  province." Speaking of business. Sir  William said tho wholo country seemed to bo prosperous. When asked by  the reporter for a Liberal papor if  this waB not due in a great measure  to the Laurier government. Sir William laughingly replied: "I,,will tell  you better after tho Quebec commission finishes its work."  Arrives at ceattle After a Most  Eventful  Trip  "BuffiU- Jones, who left Calgary  17 months ago for tho Arctic: Circle  via the Edmonton route to hunt musk  ox, has'accomplished the round trip  and  reached  Seattle. ~  Ho reached Great Slave Lake last  July. In company with Albert Rea,  of .-tioerta, ho started on his homeward journey, coming up the Peel anel  ���������it river, down the West Rat and  Porcupine to the Yukon. He was 33  days from Great Slave lake to the  Yukon. Jones tolls a yarn about 2,000  people who started over the Edmonton route in the summer of 1S&7 being  frozen in at Destruction City, at the  junction of the Peel anel Rat rivers.  -Xh.G____.-_arg___-^e.l_l____.i_n__jled-__w~itl^ ptwi^  ions. Accounting for his failure to  bring out any musk oxeri. Jones  salel ho caught several, but the Esquimaux are suporstltious about allowing them to leave tho country,  and ono night thoy cut their throats.  So  says Jones.  Jinyl'jer  l'lj,Hf.p.,l_-tm^n_  Rich    Bachelor���������What,   a    wondcrfull)  pTOPor-rnd woman you nr->, Miss Elderly?  Mis������ Elderly���������Ilo*.-.- dear oi you. Pardon tlio blushes, but I wns���������  Rich Bachelor���������I w.-.��������������� cr���������������pecnl������tlna  ������.i to whnrlier yon r.ilcht hnvo ������ younjjei  lister.���������Dotroit -'r'.o I'���������-*. -  Indian Warfare���������A Fresh Collective  Note to Turkey- .Fffty-rive New  Warships  London, October ll.���������The Kreuch  government tire desirous to s__urc a  port on the Nile.-  RUSSIAN FLOUR  Russian   millers  are asking for  an  export bounty on their flour.  MARQUIS  OF ANGLESEA  Henry Paget, Marquis of Anglcsea,  Ib (load.  FRENCH  STRIKES  A general railway strike is threatened in Franco.  EMPEROR OF GERMANY  The Emperor and Empress of Germany havo had a poular welcome to  Venice.  CHINESE  EMPEROR   ���������  ' The Emperor of China is now said  to bo dying, and to be in    complete  seclusion.  REBELLION FEARED  Ras Mangnscla    threatens    to rebel  against  Menelek,  King of Abyssinia.  SENEGALES  CAPTURED  Samory,  the  troublesome  Senegalos  chicr,    has    been    captured    by    the  French.  ANOTHER   COLLECTIVE   NOTE  Tho European powers have decided  to  serve  another  collective    note on  Turkey,  demanding the complete evacuation ot Crete.  CHIEF MATAFA  Now York. October 11.���������Chief Mat-  afa has been released from exile and  bas returned to Samoa.  -    UNEASINESS   IN   JAMAICA  The white families in Jamaica aro  seeking safely in tho towns.  'NEW   WARSHIPS  Tho United Slates has 55 new war  ships under  construction.  POLITICAL  MURDER  -   Washington,-. October    14.���������Political  murders and persecutions aro reported from Salvador,  SPAIN  CONSENTS  Tho  Spaniards  have  finally  agreed  to hand over Porto Rico to the United  States on October 18th.    ���������  . INDIAN WARFARE  Walker, Minn., October 14.���������The  Indians have been" holding councils  all day yesterday and will today report some satisfactory plan to tho  United States Commissioner Jones, for  a settlement of the difficulty.  WHITE MINERS AND NEGROES  Virden, 111., October 11.���������Yesterday  passed without another- outbreak of  violence, but besides the restraining  Influence of the militia no progress  Mas been made toward a psrmanent  peace. Idle minors are excitable and  determined, while the Chicago' Virden  Coal Company show no signs of any  purposo to abandon Its plan of operating its mines with imported  negroes. The previous shooting has  resulted in 11 deaths so far, several  of the Injured having died since the  commencement of the fighting. The  number of the injured will not much  exceed the first estimates of 20,������ but a  few of theso are ln a critical condition. "  Bud  lloth Way..  "War is horrible:"  ,    "Isn't   it?    Beforo  n wnr  men   trll  ni  what th������>y ivonM do in bnttlc. nnel after 3  K-ar they tell ua whnt they did do."���������Obi-  tdgo Record.  It DUronr-Eeri   Sim.  "Yer nevei coinoi afkhin, cV. yer? ~  ���������'pose yer didn't- use to kofli nathln?"  "Ob, didn't I! T kcfih-rt it "ot ciniif  from "nrver Inrst time T full Sn."���������-Ally  ������lo[u>r.  "1 ������upp_i������ you arc vory Rind that your  huabaud ia entirely cured of his rhoinn..-  Msm?" aald a doctor recently to n fa-hlou-  able lady of Oerinnntown.  "Yes,! suppose I ought to be," nn-  gwered the lndy, "but from now on nt  will have to guess at tho weather or buy n  barometer If his hone* ciuit nnhing before  a damp ..poll."���������Philadelphia Call.  HI. Muli.  -"anil���������They  say   littlo   Flimsy palntt  ���������ad powdarg liko n atn'go bcaiit.v  Mabel���������-Yen.    Ho  n3_t_d  me to recommend   aomothiiiK   in t.ho military line for  him to 7i-������nr ut tho olub lnnscjuorndc.  ''Whut did yoii sugjje-t"-"  'A po.-eler nioukoy."���������Clef eland Flaia  Dealer.  HOW A SPARE, QUIET MAN BESTED A  GIANT IN A FIGHT.  FOR    LEINSTER    REGIMENT  ARRANGEMENTS FOR WINTER  MAILS  C. P. R. Ci.rf-renti_!s���������Defence of the  Yukon Boodle Officials���������Sir Oliver  Mown III.  \'. innipog.   October   11.���������The     Hon.  Sir Oliver Mow;ii. K. (.'. M.  G..  minister of jus-tir." i.s ill.     '"  DEFENDER OF  YUKON OFFICIALS  Tlif editor of t\i: Midnight Sun at  Dawson City (leteada tho Yukon  olllcials.  C.  P.  it. DIFFERENTIALS  .Montreal .October l-l.���������Arbitration  in tho mauor of the Canadian Pacific  differ.--T.ti.-ils is in progress at Chicago.  WINTER   if AILS  Quebor. Octobor 11.���������The Allan and  Dominion nuos of steamnhlps will,  according to arrangements arrived at,  furnish the weekly service of mails  from St, Johns, N. B., to Liverpool.  RECRUITING j\T HALIFAX  Halifax, October 14.���������Great activity  is noticeable In military circles hore.  Recruits are being enlisted rapidly for  tho first battalion o������ t.ho Loinster regiment -'I'Hjtr, fejot."', the fjrm of sorvieo being for wo years instead ot  seven, and more than 200 mon havo  been' obtained.  Dairy Commiaaioner Robinson's  houso ln Ottawa was burglarlz-jd tho  other day and {300 worth of slivcr-  waro taken.  The -1 year old non ot XV. S. Morrl--".  .Lethbridge, wris burned tc- death on  Monday. Ho hud wandered Into the  kitchen Iu his night clothes and  caught fire from       ; stove.  ���������'.Tho' boot and .shoo manufacturer.,  of Quebec have very strong ohj .ctionn  to reciprocity, and a deputation has  waited upon Sir Wilfrid Laurier protesting strongly against any ielea cf  reciprocity in their business with the  United States, declaring that ti them  it  would  bo  ruinous.  A Quarrel Over the Wire That Ilad lo Be  Settled by it Personal Eucounter���������TUa  Transformation of Clark and Hie Offlea  ���������nil Mon It Worko.1.  Returning from n month's hunting in  the Toton mountains, threo of us who had  tome In o-������er thot trail 30 days before were  ininnupcly glad to seo tho littlo red station  building it. Bonvcr us it lay nwiiy down  there. In tho basin, looking lu tho viistimHH  ut' i>piii:i������ lllto somo kind of tlrod bun. Wo  Winn glad, fur Chirk, tho telegraph operator ntid -tutlon agont, hud proved himself  tu bn n wwrthy citizen during tlio two  ilaya wu had waited there on our way in���������  tivu'.if us���������for tho third of thu hunting  _r'.. C'lurk was n spare, iicncoful looking  men uf about UO, who seoinod to dollght  In doing good turns to his fellowH, nnd ho  -.'ii* tiio lust luun on earth to suspeot of  nursing combativo tendenoie.- Wo wero  tlii'ifl'iiro'vastly surprised when on our return i rip the door of the littlo red dopofc  ppeiieil and n licrco looking crcaturo stepped out to welcome us.  Tin-; unrecognized man hnd his hoir  clipped otoso to'his skull; his mustache  was fc'iBvud off to abtubble; a thick sweater tu ileflnnco of the heat of tho day climbed uji to his chin. With one hand ho hold  the rope which ended in tho form of a vll������  IboUing bull pup. 'i'ho sfrungo mnn won  emnkiiig a-very short ond stubby cigar.  Altogether ho looked tough, very tough,  ���������pugilisticnlly tougli. '  "Hello!" ho yelled. Theu we know lt  _*as Clark.  Clark'u own transformation was lin-  piense, but greater was that of bis ollice.  In this days of our lounging tliero waiting  fcr Hawkins wo had been enabled to  ���������tvikc a l'.-itlui. fair inventory of tho furnishings, nnd wo knew them nil, from  wul box to water cooler and oil can. Now,  however, thoro wasugrcnt metamorphosis.  "Why, what docs all this mct.ii?"  Johnson Inquired  "Tlicm?" mid 'Clark. "Tlio boxlr.g  gloves and punching bug nud Indian  ilubsV'-'  " And lho pictures'? When dltl you tnke  jiplho prizefighting business? Who nro  111 these bruisers you havu hanging on tlio  wall?"  "Well," said Clark, "I'm blessed If I  kr.ow. I wroto to a man InPocatcllo and  sunt, him $15 nnd told him to ship tho.  vrortb of Itln secondhand things that had  to elo with prizefighting. .As a fact, 1  tlou'c know a blossud thing about; lighting,  price or any other kind, but theni mako n  dii:._y bluif, don't you think?"  '���������1 should sny so. Why, nny orio com-  In;; tn horo would tako you, iu that outfit  jn-1 with thoso surroundings, to bo thi  thbinplon middleweight of tho univorso.".  "Tlint^s what I thought," said Clark.  'You see, I'm waiting for a man."  "i'hen ho..explained. Threo wcoks b������  toi a ho had had troublo over tho tolegrupi  !ini> with the now operator down tho road  nt Canyon, nnd tho dchnto oyer tho wlrn  hu'l ended on Clark's part by tolling tho  other operator thnt ho was sovornl kinds  of a liar and on tho part of tho Canyon  man of promising to drop in about tho  rnd of tho month nnd bent tho lifo out ol  Clark. ''And ho's n big stiff, with arms  liko flour barrels, 1 havo heard,'.' salel tho  igeiit. "So I decided. that ns n thin,  penccnble man Uko ino couldn't, lick him  one way I'd try it another. IIo thinks  I'm just what I am, a common scrub railroad operator. All tight. When ho gats  off No. 71 hero and walks up tho platform  (nul sees a man liko mo looking liko tho  fellow who is going to whip Corbett, and  ���������vhen ho sees theso sporty furnishings and  pictures, and especially whon ho lights on  tho pup���������well, 1 kind of think lio'll decide  ho ain't got any business in niy neighborhood after all. Notice tho padded round;  ness of this sweater."  We woro loafing at Maroy's general storo  when No. 71 rolled up from tho southward  the noxt morning. Wo .walked idly over  to tho station, ,talklng".;on tho way of  Clark's queer plan of ' impressing nnd  binding the enemy, when suddenly .lohn-  noii cried: ."By.Georgo, who's thnt walking up tho platform?-?It's~th6~nuin~from:;  Canyon. ^Well, the slaughter of tho Innocent Is about to begin."  Tho Canyon operator, a big thowed villain, opened the door of tho tolcgraph  room nnd looked flercoly in. Clark wasn't  there, but his sporting garnitures wero.  Tho man stnred at thorn in somo surprise  and then stnrted toward n chair, doubtless  Intonding to sit down and wait. Wo wero  ������t tho window ana saw it nil. Clnrk step-  pod choerlly ln from tho baggage room,  iweater, stub cigar, bristling hend nnd  all.    Tho pup followed.-  "What do j'cii want?" Clark called  loudly. "Can't n mnn tako a 30 milo run  to keep ln training without soma big dub  coming in nnel occupying hlB ollico? Hnvo  you inonkoyed with nny of this nthlctio  apparatus? If I thought you hnd, I'd pick  you up nnd throw you out over tho tr.-ickn  tnd Into tho ditch jnst ns 1 threw tho  'Cherry Ilill Chlekon'out of tho ring iu  finn Francisco threu years ago Get out ol  here, you big trniupl What? You don't  niovo?o Tako thntl" And ho landed .  f rack alongside -tho Canyon man's liend  Tho visitor dropped oft his chnlr in frlgb  and crouched on tho floor.       ^  "SayI Quit that, mister!" he cried. "\  tion't mean any harm to you. I come u|  nero to lick u ham operator named ..'lark  I"���������  "Oh! You did! Well, get up I'm  Clnrk I"  "You?"   gasped   the   other.    "Why,   I  -Idn't  below���������you���������wero  a lighter, or���������  ���������nyl" ns nn   idea camo to  hhn.    "Is thi.  -T.vn Grt.nite?"  ".No     It's Beaver."  "That's   ltl    That'*  HI    'There,    nu������  don't  hit  mo     It's nil a  ini..t.._o     Mj  mnn Clnrk works atGranltc.  I'm awfully  ���������orry, mister, and if you'll bokind cimiigl  tu accept my npolouics nnd  let mo go oul  no I enn cnt<-h No 71 and rido up to Grun  Ito   I'll   promiso, you'll   hear  of    n   flghl  that'll remind you of your old ring days  'Thank yon." And ho bolted for lho train  which was now leaving tho station  Ho really did go to Granite, tho nexi  station north, but Instead of making any  hostile demonstration nt the agent, n mnn  named McPherson, ho boughtn tlckot nnd  took the passenger trntn back to his own  town. Canyon Tho conductor said that  when tho train wns passing JJenver the  1 big man from Canyon hid under a seat.  'J'ho noxt dny Clnrk sold his pugillstl-  efTeets to tho proprietor of 8 nowly started  saloon. "I hutii to seo 'cm go somehow,"  ho sold to Johnson, "for thoy did thulr  part nobly, especially tho pup 1 think lt  wns tho eight of tho pup that added the  last straw to tho bluff , tbat bluffed bim,"  ���������leaning tho man from Canyon.  Hawkins, however, insisted that ifc waf  Clark's own short cropped hair and tough.  ���������tubby lnuitaohe ourllng ������<_6r~if~_Hj ov������~  tk������ biltt of ������ ������4g nr.��������� G__3~  IMPERII- B_f\NK,  ' OF CANADA  Head Offl.ee, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve    -   -   -   -   1,200,000  Directors:  H, S. Howland, President  r.n.Morntt, Vice Pres., (St.OatharinoB)  William Kamsay, Hobert Jaflray,  Hugh Ryan,   T. Sutherland Stayner  Eliii- Rogers.  D. It, Wilkie, General Manager.  BrnnoheB  North West and British Columbia  THE MOLSOHS BANK  Incorporated by Act of i'nrllnmo-t, WA  Brandon  Calgary  Edmonton  Portago la  Prairie  Prince Alhert  Vjtucouvei  Wtnninog  Revelstoke  South Edmonton.  ONTARIO.  Essex Niagara Falls   ISt. Ihomae  FergiiB        Port Colborne iToronto  Gait Rat Portage      Welland  Ingcrsoll    Sault St. Mariei Woodstock  St, Catharines |  Montreal, Quebec.  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HEARN,  Managor Revelstoke Bran.h  Paid up Capital  Rest Fund   -  Head Office-  $2,000,000  -    1,500,000  -RI on treat  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H. Jawing, Vice-President  W. M. Ramsay Henry Aichbalr  Samuel Finluy   J. P. Cleghorn  11. Markliind Molson    -  F. Wolfoi'Htan Thomas, Gun. Managm *  A. D. Duruford,  Inspector  H, Lockwood, Assistant Inspector  The bank recoiv.is on favourable  terms the accounts of individuals,firrus.  bnnkors and municipal nnd other  corporations.  Iu tares t allowed on deposits at  current ratos.  English and American exchange  bought and sold at lowest ratos.  BRANOHHB  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  A.ND SC O PACIFIC. LINE.  Shortest  and  Quickest Route  To Easturn and Europpan poitits.  To  Pacitie; Coast, Alaska, China,  Japan and Australia.  _.���������._,   TOURIST   CARS  Pass Rev.I.toke daily to St.  Paul, oxcHpfc Wednesday to  eastern points.  Magnificent sleeping and dining  cars on all trains.3  Tickets issued through and  baggage checked to drslinution.  DAILY TUAliSS.  Ea=-t. W.st.  7.40k. .Ive���������llevelstoke���������Ive. 17.20k  TO AXI) I~1"IIM    IvOOTKNAY POINTS.  S^COk'. .Ive���������Revel-toke���������r-rr'..-(S.30k  For    information,   time    cards-.,  tnapssnud-tickets^a p.-l~.~_.tc.  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  W.   F.    Axdkiisox,   Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.  E. J. Coy MS, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  ({evelstok^e  Hospital  '  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs McKechnie   and   Jeffs. Attendants.  Dp. ������MalIoe_2  Physician a.-d Surgoon, McKonzio  Avenue, Revolstobe Station, 11. C.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  ������"i Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Revelstoke Station, B. C  Aylmer; Out.  Brockville, Ont.  Calgary, Alta,  Clinton, Ont.  l-xeter, Ont.  Hamilton, Ont,  London, Ont.  Meafortl, Ont.  Montreal, P, Q.  St, Catharine  St. Branch.  jMorrisburg.Ont.  Norwich, Ont.  Ottawa, Ont.  Ow.-.n Sound, Ont,  Hidgetown, Ont.  Smiths Falls, 0".._  Sorel, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Ont,  Toron tei.Tunc'n.Ont  T.-er.ton, Ont.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock,Ont  Winnipeg, Man  Vancouver/lit, C.  Kevelstoke, ii. C;  Quebec.  Simcoe,  Ontario;  Victoria, B. 0  Itevelstoke Branch":  J. 1). MOLSON, Manager  J. H- Hull  & Company  Butchct3    and    Wholesale   and  Retail Dealers in Heef. Porl, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  ���������I  AII orders in  oar lite proinpt'y j  filled *-   CHURCH DIRECTORY.  "\zfKTII01_IST CHURCH - Rovol-toko.  ' ������A Pro-ChliiK BOrvieea at 11 a.m. a' ci 7::i0  p.m. ClnbB mooting at tho close cf tho  illuming Borvloo. -a.hhi.th Soho'il anil lllblo  Oliiss ut 2:30 p.m. Weekly p-iiyer - eetiug  everv Wednesday ovni lnit nt 7:M ji.ni. The  public nro cordially invited.   Seals freo.  m~V. S. ,r. THOMrSON, Pa tor.   "  pilUBCH OK ENGLAND-St. P tor's  ^ Hovel-toko Hour? nf p. .vice: EwnlnR  prnyur d iiy at 5 o'elen-k. Piidi.ys at. 7:30.  Sunday-ii-(I "uativ.la: Holy l-nnuuuii.i>n at,  a iu., niiirxiiiK pruyor nl. II..* "jundiiy .School  ..iidRllile Chu-s at '2::i'\ ov������u in������ pn.y. r at 7:30. '  Fit-t. Sunday In tlio inunih Holy Communion  at morning acrvlees.   FRANK A. rOltl), Vicar.  pRlOaHYTEUIAN CHURC'ir���������ltoTelstoko.  t Sorvieo every Sundiiy at 11 a.ui. and 7:30  p.m Ulb"o CI.hs at 2-tO p.m., to which  1.11 nro welcome. Prayer meeting at tl p.m.  every WediicHiiny.  .     . RKV. T. MKNZIES,'Pastor.  IJOMAN   OATnor.li5   CIUTUOH ��������� Rovel-  lx-   Btoko.     Mass   flrot and ihird Sundays In  month at 10:30 a.m.   REV. FATHER-THAYER.  CALV.YTrOX .\RMY-Meclings overy night  0 , in their hu 1 on ~~n>nt S.iuet, ...    ;  Loyal Orange  Lodge, No. 1658.  Uoxulnr meetlruta  nre hold   in tho  (Jddle'lows' ll'il. on tho so.'.ond and."'  fourth  WidueMl.ivH of each month  ������JJ"    a'.   7:31)   p.m.    ��������� Visi'.ir.g   brethren   .  "S^    cord a.!|\-invi'ed.  Dr. T. I- IV; W. M.;   T .1. Ur.ihnmo, Ilec.Soc.  W.U, ltiruey, Kin. Sou ;   If. s. Wil-on, Treas.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,r  I.O.F.". No. 3461.'- "  Meets in 'tho Odd-  fultows' Hull ' on tho  '2nd and llll Kiiiinya of  cacti inoiilli. Vi-i.iing  brethren Invited. to  attend.  .1    n. Scott. O. R.  J..L.. t~mi>h, K.,S.  Tfee Hevelstok-e,  Pfeoto Company  Revel8tok,e. B. C  PlirillO: DOTH-LASSTREET  Sam Needham  Glothes  Cleaned  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style m I.owoh   Pi-ioc.-..  l"OU<-~_AS StRIOET   ���������   HkVI~!IjSTOKK  CHOICEST ^  CIGLHRS -  TOBJICCOS    '    .U".  CIGARETTES  SOFT DFU,NK,S  .,  ICE GREJUA SODJIS  ICE GKEJiM    '  Bicycles   Rcpnirctl rnd  I'or Hiro.  Ft. A-SJAYTJiE  mllitf THIRD STREET CENTRM. ���������  If You Want-  PIDRE  COW'S .MILK,  Guaranteed Unadulterated. ,  So to TJ-IE EUROPE DAIRY  MRS. F. JULIAN-  L. jq. FRETZ  Contractor^ ������nd Builder.  3ho:.op;--He lmneri.il i~r������n:.  \t I  K  I)  "is  i  I  Woi-inmi.iihlp Gu  cod  -Tonus  Cash ������__>  DEFEATED BY 20,000 VOTES  INFLUX OF SETTLERS TO MANITOBA  STOUY OF SISTERLY LOVE  A little grey haired old lady wus  tlio chief witness at tin lncnie_*t yesterday on Jauo Hawkins, tlio widow  ot a florist, who dlcel suddenly from  syncope at 9V_, Bedfordhury, London,  on Sunday last.  * Kjiie was my slater," said the old  laely, "and for 15 years we lived together in that one room. During the  wholo of the time we've never been  partotl. Oh, dear, whut shall I do���������  but it won't bo for long."  Then tho oltl lady hurst Into lotirs,  and it was somo timo before sho could  recover herseir sufflcloiitly to givo  evidence.  Tho Coroner: "find tho any  means?"���������Sho hnd two bhllllnss a  week rrom tho parish.    (Sensation).  Is that all?���������Wc managed somehow, as wo didn't want lo pint.  Was  she  able   to   work?���������No.   Six  , :i  horse, and sho became paralysed in  the whole of her hotly with the exception or her feet.  Did sho have medical assistance at  tho time?���������No sir. A doctor would  have ordered hor removal to the work  liousc at onco,. and after talking it  over wo decided we couldn't stand the  parting.  The coroner's Jury returned a verdict of:    "Death from natural causes."  AN    l'JNGLlSH   VIISW.  Lieutenant. Governor to be Sworn   In���������  Gencial Election Predicted���������  Presbyterian Missions  Winnipeg,   October   12.���������Thu   recent  heavy rnms have considerably    dam-j  aged tbo Manitoba gram crops.  IMMIGRATION '10 MANITOBA    -  lt is estimated   'lhat 30,000 settlors _    havo   been   located   iu  Manitoba  this _ months ago she was frightened by  year.  ESCAPED  DROWNING  Tho workmen thrown from the railway bridge tit Rat Portage very narrowly escaped drowning.  SOUTH  EASTERN   RAILWAY  Work on the South Eastern railway  has beon stopped by reason of the Into  heavy rains.  NEW     LIEUTENANT    GOVERNOR  Lieutenant Governor Forgot was  not sworn in yesterday, lie left "Winnipeg last night with Mr. Hauitain  and Mrs. Forgot for Regina, where  the ceremony will take pl..ce. Ho  held a reception yesterday afternoon.  PRESBYTERIAN    MISSIONARIES  Toronto, October 12.���������The Presbyterian home missions committee have  appointed missionaries for Manitoba,  tho Territories and British Columbia.  GENERAL  ELECTION   PREDICTED  Clarke Wallace predicts a general  election for the Dominion within the  present year.    -  ____....    WELLINGTON   ELECTION  Dr. Coughlin was yesterday nominated as the Conservative candidate  for East Wellington.  NORTH  SIMCOE ELECTION"  It is staled in political circles lhat  tho Liberals will not oppose Leighlon  - McCarthy,   the  independent candidate  for  North   Simcoe.   and   that   lie   will  in all probability be elected.  - ' PROHIBITION DEFEATED*"  Quebec, October V_>.-f_._ Solid says  that prohibition is defeated hy over  20,000 votes.  IW I IliiS  OTTOMAN   TROOPS   LEAVING  CAPE  COLONV  GOVERNMENT  DEFEATED  London Daily Mail, Soplomber 2S:  .Canadian Pactfics wero in good demand yesterday, a large business iu  wheal, carrying being confidently expected this autumn: '"Not only will  the road stand, to benefit hy the carrying or���������tlie crop, but tho big crop  at. present prices will put a lot of  money in to circulation in the North  West provinces, and the Canadian  t.icilic will bo able to obtain higher price for. its farm lands. Owing  to tbo fine quality of the wheat grown  in the North West, farmers there arc  able to got a shilling a bushel more  for No. 1 hard than for the wheat  grown further east, No. 1 hard being  in strong demand for mixing .with  Canadian. American and English  wncat lor nulling, of course if. the  American market is to bo depressed,  then Canadian Paciiico will not - immediately benefit; but. they do not  look dear at their present price, especially if wo remember tho. coal and  gold possibilities from Vancouver and  Klondyke.  CALGARY  NEWS  The Leech Lake  Indians ��������� Cuba   and  Porto Rico to bc.Occ-pii.d~_r,  by U. S. Troops.  New York, October 12.���������The Leech  Lake Indians are anxious to mako  peace.  TYPOGRAPHICAL  UNION  The ' International Typographical  Union is in session at Syracuse, N. Y.  SPANIARDS  IN  CUBA  Washington, October 12.���������Spain will  keep her    garrisons    in    Cuba    until  peace is formally signed.  INSURGENTS SURRENDER  Four-- thousand  Viscaya    insurgeuta  havo surrendered to the Spaniards.  ~"     CUBA AND PORTO RICO  "   "Tiur"Unlt_rd~Stafes~g^ve"niment~~viii"  take formal  possession    of Cuba    on  December 1st and of    Porto Rico on  October 18th.  THE POWERS DETERMINED  London, October 12.���������The... European  powers who have joined In. the ultimatum to Turkey refuse to modify that  ultimatum respecting Crete.  CAPE COLONY GOVERNMENT  The government of Cape Colony has  beon defeated iu the legislature.  MURDER OF MISSIONARIES  One hundred    Serra    Leone    chiefs  havo been arrested as being concerned  in the late murder of missionaries.  MAKCHAND'S INSTRUCTIONS  It  is  thought ��������� hero  that Marchand  will be   instructed   to   return    from  Fashoda by way of Cairo."  THE   SUBLIME   PORTE   BACKS  DOWN  .      Constantinople,    October    12.���������The  sublimo porte having    consented    to  the evacuation of Crete by Ottoman  troops, orders have heen    issued for  immediate  withdrawal.  VOTE  OF WANT OF CONFIDENCE  Cape Town, October 12.���������The Cape  Colony Assembly yesterday voted by  39 to 37 a motion expressiva. of want  of  confidence  in  the  government.  No  explanation    of    the    Molson's  From  The  Calgary, Herald  Grain men say there is not two pel-  cent of frozen wheat in the Calgary  district this year.  Robert-C. Edwards, editor of The  Wetaskiwin Free Lance, cf "Jab"  fame spent Sunday In" town.  .). R. Thompson, homestead inspector, i.s relieving ,T. G. Jessup, of the  Ued Doer land oflico, who has been  granted a months leave of absence.  "Dr. Mackid left last night .for  Montreal on a short hiisinos s trip.  During his absence Dr. Waeldy will  attend  to  his -practice.  II. C. Killeen, assistant roadmaster  <if Field, is re'icving Roadmaster Toller here, while tho latter is off or.  his  holidays.  The Calgary Milling_compauy have  been granted aslte on tho C.P.R. right  of way and will proceed at once" with  the erection of thoir elevator.  Tho old building next to the Union  Bank block has ��������� been taken .down  piece-meal and a handsonis stono  block will shortly appear In its place.  Polico Magistrate Winter is receiving tho congratulations of his many  friends today on being able to be  out-after.-. the.accidcnL to _tiisfknee_two.  months ago. J  Tho Calgary Opei ali ~; society met  last night. The exQ-iilivo eommitt������3  was roquest������d to dscldi on au opera  and call a rehearsal as soon as practicable.  As an example of the growth of  vegetation in Calgary this summer H.  Harvey pulled up a sweet pea vine in  his garden today which mcaBured 10  feet, six inches in length.  .The Edmonton Bullctinerrs In sav-  iug that. J. XV. Clark, of the Singer  Manufacturing Company. Is laid uo  in tlio .-..monton hospital. Ho has  been laid np for tho past week at his  residence here and is still vory low.  A gentleman on last F.lday's no:th  bound train stated that the engine  statted prairie tires in 20 places between lnnisfail and R.d Dsc-r. A fire  also startsel just north cf Laccmbe.  which besides burning a large tuca of  grass consumed four largo hay btaok..  L. II. Doll received from the east  today a handsome trophy "which he  is about to donate to the Calgary  Curling club to be known as the Doll  trophy. This is to bo competed for  annually either by the curling club  or at the bonspiel.  Fred Chillcott, tho well known olel  time. commercial man, "who has heen  off the western run for some years,  is again to the front, representing the  old firm of Thompson. Codville & Co.  He came in from the north on Satur  We have beeu down to Calgary. God  forgive ua ? Wo did not mean to go  down, but the play cams up���������know  how it is. This time, however,  the compuuy was so swift (the Haul-  tulu-Ross combination ���������< Great  CueBar's Ghost I) that our rouoptlon  wus a decided Improvement on the  last time we were there. Of course  the golf stocking l'culi'i'c wus u lltt'-  annoyiug, but we had to put up with  It. We got introduced to Paddy Nolan  ��������� n-onlo lu the world!) ono of  llio loud kindly "t'liis. and to another  gentleman���������(hanged if we cun iem_ui-  ber his name)���������who set thorn up. Wc  had a pleasant stay. Mr. Toole, also,  tho genial immigiation expert, put  up an exceptionally strong lino of  conversation to us on golf. They aro  a gonial lot down in Calgary.  _   *  ���������  The number of gentlemen who promenade the streets of Calgary in  purple and fine linen, with no money  to hack up the purple, is positively  shocking.  The people who showed us the most  courtesy were Mr. anel Mrs. Albert  Evans, with whom we fits dinner (a  good one) on Sunday. We had been  Introduced to a lot of local celebrities,  (awful bounders), and had como  whooping and hollering clown the line  with Hauitain and Ross, but Mr.  Evans was the ouo who extended tho  courtesies so far as lha doiuesti;  feature was concerned. They are a  Queer lot in Calgary, but if they will  only leatn tu play golf dec:ntly wa  will forgive them and take them I-:  cur bosom. k  * m     -  Wo aro seriously thinking of getting after Calgary. There is' in the  Calgary scenery a delightful vista of  pure josh.  * *   *  Another . thing we want to talk  about. Various people heartily shake  uu by the hand and ask us if the paper  tb still running. This is very annoying: If they only knew how distressed we feel about them not knowing anything about tho paper at till,  reading it all the time, they would  uot make any crack like that.  * *      m  ���������  After a man has been running; a  newspaper, for a few months in this  North West country it is an awful-11;  an awful���������shock to meet a commercial . traveller, who is supposed to  know everything, aud have him respond to your cordial: "How ars_  you?" with "I heard you were busted."  Where aro you going���������tho Crow's  Nest?" The difficulty of replying to  iheso imiuerles arc insurmountable.  _ * H  Oh my, Oh my! The Wetaskiwin  I. all L''ah"! What -shall we say about  il! Will anybody tell us? Oil! OU!  The .struggle iu our mind between  truth (which will lose us a lot of suu-  scribors) and.soft sawder (which will  give us subscriptions and perhaps a  tew advertisements) is a severe one.  ���������  _.  ���������  There was tome horse racing, but  not enough to hurt. The main f.at-  uro on the grounds was the pavilion  run by Mv. Ed. Nunneley, where" nice  warm' coffee was served out free to  the public. Mr. Nunneley is very  fond of serving out coffee free to tho  public.  ������       x.       -  Afler the pumpkin and squash feature had shut down and the last mu'.o  li;.,.. passed the judge's stand, and the  great Wetasiwin Fall Fair had come  to a close, tho sport began. No carrots or pumpkins here. A five round  boxing match, for which the men had  beeu training for _some weeks Ue-  IwieiTVic. Campbell, df"Duhamelranci  Mit-uclou; tho othor couplo woro Mr.  Mens Kolb and Mr. Robert .lemc.  Thoir faces wero blacked. This feature was so well carried thiough Unit  those who s-.aw it can talk of nothing  else. As one of our reigning liolle.  aptly remarked, "It was out of sight!"  ��������� ���������    ���������  Tho prize list for tho fair has ucon  handed to us to print. The fair was  a great success. The squash and  pumpkin feuture was tliero and the exhibits In genernl were gilt-edged. We  will   try   and   publish    tin:  prize    list  next week.  ��������� *   ������  Messrs lltiiilttiin und Rons are very  genial follows, but they do nol seem  to bo tible to stir up tht* depths with  any very long poles. They ought to  gel longer poles. Thoy ought lo be  liko RoHenroll, our man, and give nn1  audience something like this, io bulla lo tlicm:  .Mr. Chairman and gentlemen: I  am. here this evening. It affords mo  much pleasure to ns_.ever._lc that tho  previous question Is in question, and.  moreover, 1 will also say that the  proposition that was enunciated by  the previous speaker was utterly, inadequate to tho requirements of tho  sitrioundings, which, you know, are,  nevertheless, far removed from tlm  propinguity of the jollifications of tho  hoop hurrah. 1 thank you cordially  ior this extraordinary manifestation  of your hokey pokey ice cream exhibition of your morbid enthusiasm,  and it would "ill befit mo were 1 not  to- accept the well���������moreover���������the  ah���������er���������er���������nomination for M. L. A..  (Loud cheers fiom the Pumpkin aud  Squash  Gang.)  _  _   .  Mr. Ronne. of this town, has just  been drilling a 251 foot well out  at Stony Plalu.    Ho probably, thinks  ho 1ms beon playing Well! Well!  We once drilled 250 miles.  * ������       ������  A   iiian   never  feels  so  utterly  disgusted     with    himself    as    when  he  wakes up about i in the morning and  .finds that he has his clothes and boots  un.  ���������    .    ������  The new sect from Russia, known  as the Chuck-a-brac'ekics are coming  right along. Mr. Sifton is doing  nicely.  _    *    v.  Another awful roar we have. There  arc two Bobs in town. , One is a fearful bounder; tho other plumb full of  virtues. This is pretty tough. Wo are  one of the Bobs, the" one with the virtues, it seems pretty hard that a  man should live as long as wo have  and get our identity confounded with  another Dromio. Tho other Bob goes  off and gets very drunk, while we are  very busily engaged singing "Lead  Kindly Light" in the Presbyterian  church, (a thing we don't often do),  but, when -we do, wo don't want any  other Bob to be queering us down at  tho hotel. Goodness knows wc are  bad enough, but wc will not stand any  of this mistaken identity business  when we arc trying to reform.  ��������� *  *  The awtullest liar we over hoard In  our life is a gentleman called "Irish,"  wlioruns a place near Calgary, who  certainly" is without exception the  most genial'turkey, guinea fowl, Tom  Gin" and pigeon man we ever met.  There are, numerically, very few flies  on Irish. But, if he would modify  some of his stories, tho situation  might brighten.  ��������� *  .  There is a man in this town with an  electric temperament. Sparks lly from  his hair when combed in the dark.  Going up the street of dark night  he may may be seen to tako out a  little comb aiid comb away at his  electric locks, throwing a flood of  light all round him. The apparition  of this chap coming clown tho street at  night, especially during a thunder  stoim, is lather startling to strangers.  more marvelous with a talent to  which he could mako no prctonco when  awake. Tho other night wo got up  in onr sleep, dressed carefully, went  down stairs, passed inlo tho hotol,  walked straight into the bar and  drank a schooner of boot*. The genial  bovapulus man says wo drank it with  tho same grace and despatch as usual.  Wo knew absolutely nothing about  it until lhe following morning when  tlio huvnpulus mau asked us to cough  up. This Is a. new terror added to  hotel life. Any morning tlio proprietor may como and tell you of having  run up a bar bill whilo in a Bouutubu-  llslic slate.  ���������    ���������    ���������  Man alone is endowed wilh tho capacity to rocolvo tho ideas of a God.  of a houI, of a worship, of a hcro.-ftor.  Thoro Is no trace of such a capacity  in thu inferior races. This Inherent  capacity bestowed on man, however,  does not necessarily imply that our  notions of a Deity or a hereafter ar*  correct. They may bo all wrong.bul.  as a moral weekly wo aro willing to  take chances on tlieir turning ont  all right.  ���������  ���������  *  If a man ceases to exist when he  disappears in the grave, wo must say  ho is the only oreaturo in. existence  that naturo or providence has condescended to deceive and cheat by bo-  stowing on him the misguiding power  of conceiving the idea of a Cod and  a hereafter. Wc preror to go on believing ip tho simple tenets of Christianity, as we were taught to bolleve  when a child. It is the tendency ot all  intellect to follow the direction of  the views and ideas amidst which'it  is  trained.  GIRLS AS YOUNG  MEN'S ENEMIES  How they Puncture Holes In a   Young  Man's   Business   Prospects.  "Girls arc by far too apt to  thoughtlessly punch holes in the business prospects of the young mon of  their acquaintance," writes Edward  Bok in the October Ladies' Home  Journal. "They work this mischief  in various ways. They consider it  "great fun' to step to a telephone, for  uxamplc, and 'ring up' some young  man while he is at his office, only to  send him somo unnecessary message  or indulge in some flippant talk. They  are forgetful of the fact that what  may be rare sport at their end of  the lino may cause serious embarrassment or worse to the young man  at the other end. Even if the young  man enjoys it, his employer docs not.  Sending unnecessary or even fancied  necessary notes to young men at their  offices during business hours Is another favorite 'pastime', of girls.-  Sometimes the 'fun' is carried further  by meeting- a young man' at his  luncheon hour, or by oven calling at  his office. Again, even a more dangerous element is introduced hy girls  urging    young    men to    leave    their  Hices -heforc closing hours to escort  theni to' some placo of amusement,  somo gamo, or to a.train.  "The danger iu these acts Is not in  themselves, but in- the injurious distractions which lhey mean. Business  hours, though doubtless they seem inexplicably long to girls, are. in reality, all too short for the accomplishment of things necessary to a young  man's success. Hence every moment  when ho is at business should bo  precious to him. and lt is mighty  precious to the right sort of a young  man. His mind shoulel be focused on  the problems before him, wliich mean  either his success or his" failure."    ;S9  THE -WLNLNG EXCJ_J_J_GB  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  Tlio bar i.s sii~~i>lied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  Free Bus .Meets 7111 Tpains.  (5US LOND Proprietor  F. JWeCJ_R-TY  .Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in   PR.1.MB BEEF, PORK.  .MUTTON JlflD SJ_13SJ_<5E  Kish   .ind   < iaino   in    Season.       -Markets   at   Kevelstoke,  _--.cvcIi.toko Station, Nakusp, Trout bike. City, and'Ferguson.  Columbia House  The   largest hotel   in   town.  Choice    Wines,   Liquors   and  Cigars  Best    accommodation. Hates    $1  Centrally    located  per     day  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  ORIENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed  room..  Table - furnished with  the choicest, the market  nffords. Best Wines  Liquors and Cigars  Rate. $1.00 a day. . Monthly race. ���������"  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe Lardeau and Trout Lake District'  Saddle    and ,   Pack  always for hire.  Horses  Freighting  and   Teaming  " specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG to HILLMAN, Thomson's Lakdins.  ti* MEMORY  O.    TWO SLAVES.  A  GOOD  Chance  To secure oue of tho.-!-- d<> .irable lots  CHEAP on the' C. to K. Steam Navigation Company's'site. , ,   /  Dout    wait    till  -the   boom   comes  our wav, but BUY NOW.       . J^i <_...:,  HAIG & OR AGE  Sole Agents.  FERGUSON  The Centre   of the  Lardeau   Mines  Bank  mystery  yet. i aay nigi1t( is doing the town today and  incident in the recent    cyclone starts for a trip over the Crow's Nest  An     at St. Catharines. Ontario, was that  a buggy containing two men was  lifted bodily horse and all and  dumped unhurt Into a pond.  Travellers from lho headwaters o������  tho Sasatchowan. 250 miles above Edmonton, report the existenco of large  trout in great quantities. They  caught several measuring 20 and 28  inches.  Pass railway tomorrow.  G. H.,_Burl~, whose mother aud  father live south of Calgary, is one of  tho lucky men who have struck it  rich in the Yukon. Mr. Burk is in  tho city today, having returned from  a trip to England. He left Dawson  on July IGth, having worked a claim  on French Gulch. He was also on  Dominion Creek.     Jlr. Burk    showed 1  Axtrtl Engstrom of New York, (mitt  dlewclght), was pulled oft In Ham  illon's" barn. A .vast crowd was present. Mr. William McDonnell was  appointed referee. No stuff he.  Neither West," Gould, nor the Kev.  Dean were present. We were there,  though, and w_re very much in evidence. Doing most of the master of  ceremony feature', which involves considerable yelling, and we also', did  the timekeeper act. It is in a* event  of this kind where the editor of tho  greatest moral weekiy r.orth of Calgary shines. Both men . displayed  considerable science, doing some hard  and swift hitting, but Mr. Campbell  proved too much for Mr. Engstrom.  The referee awarded the fight to Vic.  Campbell, who, joking all aside, is  skilful and strong enough as a boxer  tn go Into the professional class tomorrow.  We would like to recount the details of this go by rounds, how Mr.  Engstrom smashed air. Campbell in.  the ribs and how Mr. Campbell soaked Mr. Engstrom on the jaw, but we  refrain. The pumpkin stuff and  sciuash clement would go back on us,  and we must cat. "  *     *     a.  Tho Lacombe fair also ^caught us.  Wo went down in Jerry Boyce's companv. so vou see we were attending  no funeral. Roxie ..won the race, and  as we were one of the judges, there  was no chance for Boxie to lose, we  strive to please.  A serious accident happened to us  last week. We got chucked out of a  buecy. We would not have minded a  little thing like that, but while we  were unconscious they went through  our pockets and found a set of loaded  dice We have been striving tor yea-s  to make people think we threw dice  Details ot the havoc wrought-in the'The Herald a nugget worth $209.    Iti f������uarc- ^L^? ^reThe^w-hoIe  devastating storm  of August last at Is as large as the palm of    a man's    Huper    *S"*���������{-, S of* Irving to  Formosa have been received.showing hand. i chec...   ^hat is the use ot trjing to  that hundreds of lives were lost and ���������   )*w. F.  Doll, brother of L.  H.  Doll  thousands of building demolished.   At cf  Calgary,   has   gained   considerable  Kelung  the  sea rose six  feet  and  a notoriety in New York by presenting  half above high water mark and the  Captain  Slgsbco  of    the    battleship  -.village   streets   wero   flooded   to   the Texas, with a watch.the steel  in the  height of a  man's shoulders.      ���������"���������..'���������"*   case being  taken  from a portion  of  One of the American commissioners the ill fated battleship Maine of which  at Quebec had his pocket picked the Captain Sigshee was commander. The  other day.   Commenting on  t.ho incl- watch is named 'JDewcy, May 1. '38."  dent  Events  say:    "The   thief  so~sms In honor of Dewey, who first remcni-  ������o be the .only one   In Canada    who l-erecl   the  Malne.:     Captain   Sissbee  stands a chance of getting anything forwarded a neat letter of thanks to  from the Yankees. Mr. Doll.   X  ���������    I!     .���������    .,       ��������� ;    '   :���������  he souare?  ���������  *  *  ���������    The dance in the Wetaskiwin school  house was "probably tho most howling  of all howling successes in this burg?  Lots of lovely girls and lots of good  1 niuf-'c and���������������r���������the Cako Walk. The  ! latter was very cleverly  enacted  by  Mr.   Axtcll   Engstrom.    (who   a rew  iiours    before    had      beeu    leading.  - jalibinc.  ducking,  cross    countering,  : side  stepping  and   upper  cutting   in  j the prize   fight)   and Mr.   Athanase  l_et~t'"vo���������idle~tongues~"utte'r-v~a���������tale  about some third person who never  olfended the hablers, and how the tale  spreads, like fire, lighted we know not  how, in the herbage of. the prairie.  Who can put it out! What right have  we to pry into the secrets of other  men's hearths? True'or false, what  concern ot ours can it be ?Yet every  day somo of us constitute ourselves  judges of others���������judges, too, K./re to  condemn.   ,  "' ���������    ������    s  Liist week we got post cards from  the postmaster at Lacombo notltyng  us that Dr. Sharpe and the Rev. Mr.  Reade had refused to tako their. Free  Lances out of tho office. The gentlemen it is true are not subscribers. We  sent copies of the paper to Dr.Sharpu  becauso he was an old resident of Wetaskiwin aud wo innocently thought  that perchance he would Uko to hear  tho news of old fn_u.ls; to the  Itev. .Mr, Rcade we sent copies beet, use the Free Lance is "illivctoi'.illy  h cognized as a great mo.-ii weekly  and no clergyman sho-i'd ue without  it. However we arc making anange-  ments with our publishers lor a Stuff  Supplement that ought to cat.it lho  chump clement of places like South  Edmonton and Lacombe. One side  will bo devoted to stii'Ty intelligence  pure and simple, and the other side  will bo sticky tanglefoot fly paper  to catch the flies off tho stuffs. By  this means we will avoid the mortification of having our paper treated  with scorn.  m     .     ���������  It is usually the other way. Every  mail we get letters from subscribers  whose names are subscribed on our  old subscription book that went to  lnnisfail kicking and roaring because  they don't get their paper.  ���������  *  ���������  Wc sec that Lenten brothers circus  has got into trouble in Spokane���������  murder, assault and larceny being  among the various charges. There is  no charge against tho bovalapus, and  we know that the dark eyed houtche  koutche girl could wiggle out of anything. It is hoped' tho clowns got  a life sentence.  Tho latest tioui������> f'"it '-ai ������~ue  on us is a tendency to alk iu cur  sleep . Sonambulism is a  far more astonishing than elereaming,  In this singular state a. perso.n performs a regular series of rational actions, and those frequently of the most  difiicult  nature;    and,  what  is  still  ,_ury of Two _Mo'uuiiient_ In tlie Wild- of  tbo Kittathiuy _lount���������i-������.  Nino miles northeast ot Hurrlsburg, in  tho solitude of the Kittatinny rango of  mountains, Btand two unique monuments, i  The ".pot is far .from any human Kiihlla-  tion, amid curiously shaped and massive  bowlders and on tho very crests of. iha  ridgo. Tho wanderer who by chance  struvs into this region may well panse in  tistonish-icnt beforo a roughly hown rock  upon which stand two carved hendstono*  of white marblo bearing tho following in-  sci-ti lions:  UNKSOWS.  Hoi o in Hie solitudo of Qocl'a mire lies om  ivlit'-O lifo was flllcdwitli putliOB and sufferins  nml who had i������ trncic end. Ho took tlio north  ..tar un a Knldo to liberty, yot In n litful moment. Cor funrof hctrtiyiil, ho took tho'iVaillj  cup luhuvo hiuiaolf from boudu(jo by hla fellow men.  DOM1NE DIltlOE -OH.  GEORGE WASHINGTON.  Died April 8, 1363.  Au honest colored mnn who lived and died  nn tlii". mouiitnin.   Ho Is buried ou tho slt_ ol  his fiii-nii'r homo.   His virtues aro related bjr  nil who know him.  nnejuieacAT in pace.  I'i lucd, panso nnd think of tho Brotherhood  of tind. Ouo may hnvo a fow moro grains of  pigment beneath liis skin. Looking into the  poi tali, of eternity teiielies us that the Brothor  hood of -Man ia inspired by Ciod's ivord. There  all pri.udice of raco vanishes away.  Tho story of tha two monuments dnte-f  to tho days of tho underground riillronel,  wln.'ii c-ciiped slaves woro pursued by thoii  southern masters In 1S01 Georgo Washington mndo his escape from a Virgin.-  plantation and after montis of ndvonturo  reached tho spot whoro fho lnonuinonts  htiinil. Choosing to live 1 . freedom hora  iu the mountain jfastnessas, ho built foi  hlniFolf a rudo hut and lived tho lifo of a  hermit for a period of 13 years. Gray and  bent with years, ho flnallj- pusscd away to  his reward, alono, as ho h-^ lived. Aftinr  many days tho body was found ln a kneal-  Ing position under a giant plno overlooking tho valley.      !  Tho clomonts of deeper tragedy enter  Into tho Btory of tho unknown. Pour  yenrs after Washington hatl taken up hii  (iboelo on tho mountain tho unknown, also  n fugitive! slavo, reached tho spot in btifety  nnel found shelter In tho hermit's hut. Pot  two years they lived togothcr in peace and  safety, but ono day-word reached the unknown that tho agents of his former master were on his track nnd woro but a few  miles distant. Choosing dcrth rather thnn  a return to slavery or tho betrayal of his  friend's hiding place, the unknown stolo  nwny amid tho rocks and tbero died by his  in hand.  A few years ago tho remains of 1ho two  slaves woro buried side by side, closo by  their cabin, and a funeral serv.co was  held in tbe presence of a largo number of  people. Tho monuments wore erected to  tho oolor_dpeople of tho state shortly _i_-  WWUfd.-���������New York Sun.  Be Sure and register at tho  BJ-UVVORJIL HOTEL  . ..  When you reach FERGUSON.  Tho table is provided with the hest  tho market alfords.    Rates from $2  to $3 per day.  What Do You  9  Want in Shoes: ���������  If you wast __> good Miners' Shoe oome  D. Jenkins. -  It yon want a good Prospectors' Shoe come  to D Jenkins.  Shoes and Harness repaired on the thortect  notice. AU line* of work kept in stock  at prices to suit all.  D. JENKINS  First Street, one block Iron, ths Imperial  Bank ot Canada.  Revelstoke Station. B. C.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������   Proprietors.  John  E. Wood  Jlrefateet  and Buildep  Estimates, plans and spcclilcatlons furnished  on application. Shop and repair work  promptly attended to. Wood c.-rvirg a  spcciulty.      Work    Ehop   on   Front  Street.  Wood! Wood!  ���������   Guaranteed Full  Cord Measure. ���������  The ur.elersigned has a large sup  ofjHei-'iock, Spruce, Fir, and Pine  "Wood i-i- &ale. Any person requiring  wood will kindly leave their onier_  with Mr. "W. M. Lawrence, Reqelstoke  Station, or with II. N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke.  17nlf FRANK JULIAN.  T_2G Vernon Soda  Water Worte . .  M   J- O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Manufacturer of Soda Water, _rInter  Uarsapnlla and all Soft Drinks.  Wendell Maclean  .Mo,  A ful!  Cam's  can Deleft,  upplr kept in stock at Me  Cold Storage         ��������� _ ���������  where orders  aJO-sw-tf  Wholesale  and E etail  Druggist, Galgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  K2-tf  REVELSTOKE  IIP WORKS..  Blacbsiait___-_e������ Jobbinct  Plumbing.   Pipe FittinJ.  Tinamithing  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery RePaired  Miniqg Work a Special.y._____-_-  ROBT. GORDONj  Revelstoke Stn.  ' Trade Marks  Designs  ... Copyrights Ac  'flnynno fending a ske*"1 ������"nd;1'-������clH^'^?J������  n.ilolflr ascertain onr oplniyn freo "telbfj,������?  1 Inn,Btrictly'���������nnfldontisl. "Ibookoa���������<f~������  sent free. OWe't iw������~J������K!���������l"W^SSI'm  Patents taken tbrou-b Monti Co. rcceire  rpeclal __((������. without chanre. In the  Scientific iltmrkan.  MllNN&Co.36,Broi*^-New York  1   &____��������� Offlcc. E5 F St, Washington. D. <-.  PAJENT  Write for our int^restinu hooks " Inventor's Help" and "How you are swindled.'"  Send u<- a rough n~_.nv_. or model of your  invention or improvement an.l we win tell  vou f_r_o our opinion as to "whether it is  l.robahlv patentable. "Wc make a specialty  of applications rejected m other haoda.  Highest references 1 urnished.  KAKIOH * lUUUON  PATENT SO-JCXTOBS * BSQ-E-tTS  rtvi: 4 Mechanical .'xetaser*, Griduat*. of th���������������  . To!) tcchnic School of Englnctrliis. B������c_rttn_ ��������� n  Applied S-tcnoct. Liul rriTersttr. _"emt������������  Patent Law A*������ocUt_oi_. AmnietnWatctWprts  AMocl_tk-_ ><?.- Kni-anl IVjtfr _Vork������ At������oc  1 r. ii. -^.vrror, AMO-tHon, ��������� Anoc. XeaMT Caa.  Society or Ciril Xnslnceni.  BCTiera.! ���������������* ~t~k art rum.. w-rrauL *u_  0fT,B-B* l ATUUinB MtUIHC. WUMt-CTM, 0.0." . "_ ".VAT-i Ml/.  Artist's Materials  Ot thc���������e we have a complete suppty of articles requlrc.1. sueh as till Colors. Ilrii.ihc.1,  Palette Boards, I'alcllu Knives mid Oils.  For the Draughtsman  and Architect ____-������__  Kvcrvthlng require.! in ilielr line will lie  found Kt hand: Such a* oil kind" cf drawing  and Traeiiu I.lnen nnd Iv.iiit.", liiMriiiiieni*,  Rulers. Snuaru", and Coloruil Drawing Ink.s.  Mail order. |.rii:ni.tly intended lo.  Nighl Hell on Door.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  Cms. It. McDo.-A~.il. Mnnacor.  Itevelstoke Slnlion, It. C.  LOGAL  AND _GENERAL   NEWS  * 0:.T0 at the Vic. for a sandwich.  The'Messrs. Lade Bros., of Ferguson,  were in town on .Monday.  ���������Fresh Bulk Oysters���������extra select���������  at J, R. Hull to Co.'s. oct S-lni  W. White. Q.C, returned from  Victoria on Sunday morning.  ���������Big cut in drygoods at C. B. Hume  & Co.'s.  The total vote on the plebiscite in  Manitoba was 12.270 for and 2,070  against,  The Northwest Legislature has been  dissolved.' Nominations tako place  on October 28th. and polling November 41 li.  ���������A shipment, of hoots and shoes for  fall and winter just arrived at C. B.  Hume to Co.  Messrs. Ralph Bell and J. S. Sutherland, two of Calgary's prominent  citizens, spent Sunday -at the Hotel  Revelstoke.  John Wood, carpenter and contractor, is erecting a carpelilei's shop  nearly opposite Grogan & Co.'s office  on First street.  ���������For comfortable men's houso  slippers go to Ilnnic & Co.'s.  Chas. Nelson, druggist, of New  Denver, spent Sunday evening en  route home from an extended trip  through the east.  Mr. VV, Pearce, Dominion .Land  Agent.-it Calgary, is in town and will  lie here for a cnuple.of weeks, running  the boundaries of bind grants around  here.  Mrs. E. K. Franc-is. of Calgary, ctinie  in on Saturday night to"attend the  funeral of her son Ki-nest, who was  interred in tlie cemetery here on Sunday last.    '   ' ' '  3. Kernnglian. tho contractor, is  having the ground south of his residence on Kootenay street prepared  for the {purpose of the erection of a  terrace.  W. Bi-ennati, barber, nt the Hotel  Revelstoke. loft on Monday innrniue.  for a visit to the south. Mr. Breniian  will visit Salem, Oregon, befoie  returning.  Secretary T_.indni.-irk, of. tho Public  school board, has received instructions  from   the .depart;nent.,at. Victoria to  proceed immediately with the putting  in of i furnace in the schoolhousp,  W. Whit p. Q.C, left this morning  for England. "While in the old country Mr. "VVhita will arrange for the  necessary moneyto work the Ophir  placer claims in Big Bend next year.  A sidewalk is being, placed along  Station Road bv F. McCarty. C B.  Hume ct Co. and Bourne Bros. It will  be an initoonje accommodation to the  public and shows great enterprise on  the part of the business men who are  putting it in.  Mr. Tipping-informs the Heuai.d  that he.,exp..'ets to liavu his new  opera house ready by the lime the  snow flic*. The roof will be put on  this week and a large number of carpenters will be engaged to rush the  work through to completion.  Tne two lots next the" Canada Drug  nnd Bookstore on Mackenzie Ave.,  and the house on them, formerly occupied by Dr. Mae-lean, changed hands  again on Satuiday at a considerable  advance on the price paid for them a  couple of months ago. Jlr. A. ?,".  Stnitb is the purchaser.  At a special meeting of the Loyal  Orange Lodge held on Saturday evening last, a committee consisting of.  Messrs. Keruaghan, Birney, Jeffs ami  Steed was appointed to arrange the  details few a .upper on the evening of  November Sth, Guy Fakes, and also  for a par_de to the Presbyterian church  on the morning of November Cth.  It is with great satisfaction that we  note the iteady investment in uiining  properties in. North Kootenay during  the past few months. The conser\-a-  tive mining promoter and'.'capitalist  whose readiness to invest in the mine's  ������__ this diatrict, now that ample transportation is in sight, is the most  practical endorsement of the great,  "wealth of the mineral-resources of this  district. Within the past few months  more capital has been invested in the  viciutty of Revelstoke than in the preceding year, and moro sales are new  on the tapis.  ���������Rig cut in drygoode at C. B. Hume  & Co.'s.  Davo Ferguson returned homo this  morning.  Geo. S. McCarter returned on Monday evening from Banff.  ���������Big cut in drygoods at C B. Hume  to Co.'s.  1". Burn., passed through town yesterday en route to Calgary.  XV. M. Brown i.s away nu a business  visit to the St.. Leon Hot Springs.  ��������� Frobh Bulk Oysters���������Kxtraselect���������  at J. U. Hull .V. Cu.'-!. ncLS-lm  Tliu wator is being laid on along the  extension of Mackenzie Ave. as fur as  Six tli Sti-i'nt.  ��������� For family use, genuine Java and  Mot'ch.-i roasted colTee beans at 0, B.  Hume & Co.'s.  Mr. Ki-lislnw left, fur Russian.! this  morning. Ho will return to town in  aiiout three weeks.  Thu lirst rehearsal of Nita's First by  Ihfi Revelstoke Amateur Dramatic  Club took place last uight'.  F. Bnker of the B. C Permanent  Loan .fc Savings Co., returned on Monday from a visit to the Westminster  Fair.  Messrs. D. XV. Marsh, merchant, and  Dr. Latterly of Calgary, wero in town  yesterday on their way home from the  coast.  The foundation is being laid fur a  new hotel on Front Street, next to the  Oriental. TIip building will be 32x00  ft., two story high.  Mrs. T. McBurney loft, this morning  for Trail to join her husband who is  employed in the smelter. Sho Will return in a couple of months.  The machinery for the C.P.R. shops  is in the yard and i.s being placed in  th . new building on which" a large  force is busily engaged. Tho yard is a  perfect beehive nf industry.  Messrs. Geo. Bell & Co., who recently made a deal fur the business of  Messrs. Hutchison to. Co., took possession on Monday. XI. Amos, the manager, for the-fii-m, arrived last week  with his family.  Messrs. F. E. Piper, C. Reay and M.  Larse-ii, who have been busy burning  lime at Albert Canyon for the local  niaiket, returned to town last evening.  A carload of the lime has arrived in  town wliich is pronounced Al.  , J. ]{,. Sutherland, of Sul.licrl.ind and  McKinnon, merchants, of -Ferguson,  spent yesterday in town viaiting tha  wholesale houses, and has' ordered a  fnll winter stock for his storo at  Ferguson.  Whilo returning home on Monday  evening aftor dark Mr. H. Chapman  met with an accident by falling down  the embankment to the river opposite  the school house, which fortunately  was not attended with any serious  results, other than a very severe,  shaking up. Thy niglit was dark and  Mr. Chapman could not see his1 way  cle.irly. being under the impression  however, that he was keeping well in  the middle of the road. An accident  occurred to lady a few nights .go, it is  undei'stoe-.d, at the same place. The  ~gcr\^rmTi~eiTt~slToultl~be prevailed upon-  t,o erect a guard round the dangerous  spot. In the meantime, and on hearing uf tlie accident to Mr. Chapman.  Constable McRae instructed the Electric Light Co. to place a light near  the place of danger.  TITLE BY   DIGESTION.  Aiding the Workingman'  The people of Now Zealand are  evidently socialistic in their tendencies.  A proposition is now before the  parliament of that colony for the  purchase by the government of a  tract of land near Auckland, to be  sub-divided into five-acre lots ' for  settlement by woikingmon. The idea  is to provide u dwelling with , land  attached for the wnrkingiuen r.f the  capital city. It. is also ptoposnrl that  the Government shall advance an  intending purchaser ..."JO to .--...si-it in  tho erection of hts dwelling house.  In connection with tbo schernft the  Govenurirnt. railway will run a workman's train to and fi-nm the sett lenient.  This land can be obtained for ������12 an  acre and will bo rented or sold to  workingmen for the same figure. It  i.s figuied out that Iho rental of land  and dwelling together with the yearly  ticket, insurance and taxes will  amount to ������12 7s. per annum. A  woikingman's house in the city of  Aue-khmd, generally situ.iteil in a  crowded back street, costs about ������18  per yj.'.-ir. -The advantages of the.-  proposed M-heino to tlie workmen  would lie: a healthy locality for himself anil family to live in; be could  keep fowls, pigs and a c.oiv; grow bin  own vegetables and fruit; and although Lhe land is not good, hi; eoulel  gradually make it very useful and  profitable; moreover, he woulel not be.  depending upon it for a living and he  would have a home in his old age.  BIRTHS  JIohgax -At Itevelstoke,   October 17,  the wife of Joe Morgan, of n daugb-  ;   ter.  ������_.i~~G���������AtNelson on Mondav. October  10th, to Mr. and Mrs. F.XV. LaiDg,  a son. ~  A New Zealand ~S~atlvo Custom In Regard  to Laud TrauuforK.  Mr. Hugh Cral|_ of Sun Fruiioisco lolli  somo IntiTo.stiiig storius about Now Zealand and tho native customs. IIo was horn  iu that iblitnd, where liis father, who was  a uutl yo of Scotland, lived for n number  ol years. Mr. Craig snys that tho titlo to  ull land Is vested in thu natives, according  to tlio iigt .eniont inado with Kngland, and  thnt. when land is to bo transferred tlio determination of nny question of ownership  comas lioforo n court constituted for thut  purpose. On ono occasion, when n hearing  in n caso was ln progress, a young nativu  Informed thu court that Ills father owned  tho land, nnd in consequence It now belonged to htm. When somo of tlio niitlvoa  worn iiiikud if ho spoko tho truth, thoy ro-  pliud that ho did.  At this point nn old nativu who wns sitting hi tho rear of tho courtroom arose to  his feet, and, throwing aside his lutiutlu,  stood forth stark naked and, coiiiini; forward, addressed tliu court. This itiodo of  dress, or rather undress, Mr. Crni_. said,  was by no means uncommon when nattvi-  Bppeiii'ed boforo tho land court. Ho pro-  ceoded to tell tho court that tho young  man wns mistakon in claiming tliu ownership of tbo land, lie himself held the  titlo to tlio property. Ho said years ajto ho  went to war against tho owner of tbo property in question, and that not only was  tho propriotor of tho lund killed, but ovory  member of tho family oxcopt tho young  man who had just claimed tho land.  "IIo was then a bubo," coutlnuod tho  olel mnn, "and I had seized him by one ol  his foet and was'nbout to dash his brains  out against a rock, when my wifo intor-  cedt'd on behalf of the boy and begged that  his lifo bo spared, and that ho bo given to  her." '  Ho wont ou to say that ho granted hor  request and __avo hor tlio boy, who had  over sinco lived in his family.  ,  "Now ho claims tho land," ho added,  "because his father owned it. lint I  fought his .father and killed him and all  tho members of his family. What is more.  Into allot his"body that was odihlo, eo  that all thut remained of his father passed  into me."  Tho old man continuod that, uudor theso  circumstances, ho thought ho hnd proved  a'good title to tho land..  -\Vhon tho natives who had heard this  statonient wero questioned, they said that  what the old man hud stated was truo and  that, according to thoir customs, tho title  to tbo land in question had pnesod to him.  The court so decided, and' so, concluded  Mr. Crnig, thero is in Now Zealand, in addition to tho other usual forms of gotting  titlo to roulty, such as for monoy consideration, for lovo and -flection, etc., titlo hy  digestion.���������V-'asbinpton Star.  Hit Him With Both Feet.  The manager of a shop in Lowes stood  in tho doorway tho othor day when a man  with a woodon leg and a crutch camo  along and said:  "I wunt you to do mo a favor. I want  to leave my log with you for a few minutes and go round to tbo noxt 6treet and  work a houso for half a crown. I've an  idea that tbo folks nro very sympathetic.  If I go with one lug, I nm suro of it."  '.'Very well," said tho shopkeeper. "Jub_  loavo your leg horo uud I'll tako caro of  It."  Tbo woodon substitute was unstrapped  and handed ovor and -tho cripplo used tho  crutch to help himself down tho alloy.  Five minutes later ho rang tho doorbell  of a houso in tho next street, to havo it  opened by tho roan ho had just seuii.  "VVh-wh-whutl" he gasped.  "Very sympathetic family lives horo,"  quietly roplied the other. "You eeem to  have met with a es.il loss, nnd I'm anxious  to help you. Hero is a wooden leg which  may lit you."  Tho leg was handed over. Tho man sat  down on the Eteps and strapped It on, and  as he got up nnd stuinpeel through the  gate ho e'aid to himself:  "I've heard of coincidences over sinco I  was a youngster, hut this is the first one  ���������bat ever his me with bothfeec at onco."  ���������London Answers.  For Sale  A Five Roomed Cottage  With Bathroom and Pantry in  Connection.  Situated on Third St., Just East  of the Cowan Block.  For  particulars  apply  nt  the 1Ikhai.ii ofllpe.  The Best in Canada.  Used by Thousands.  A carlniul will arrive iu a few  days nt our wr.reroiiins. And  consumers will Iiiul it the he. t  unit cheapcM on the market.  "���������'roc nail prompt delivery.  A, N.  Smith,  Baker and Confectioner.  ������Sf-Wcddliig cakes lo the Queen's tn.te.  ������jS~0"  Bring  Your  Prescriptions  To  Us  Siele people ciiii't afford  tn take anv chances when  having priieriptions tilled  We take particular pride  in keeping ourstock pure  nnd In giviiige:: tra c-arc to  the compounding of prescriptions. There's nothing faiievahout our prices  ���������a fair'prcilit is all we  want.  Chas. E. Reid & Co.  fi^-  ������������������e^a  =4  ^:&%___:_i_E:K3������!_s.-~-'&%-K.?':'_^sx'_K!SS-c:-_  3   . Louisville Restaurant .   gj  -3 opposite Coursier's. i#  ?": cK  W Meals served al, all hours, day W  _i_ or night. *3  ������3        Antoni ReBochci,  Proprietor.  _iKss^_i^?-_;xsss_--*x*sss_;3-ats������x������  Hotel  License.  Take notice, that f, the undersigned, intend  to apply oil days after ilnto to the Stipendiarv  Magistrate of the Itevelstoke Hiding of Wcs't  Kootenay for a license to sell liquor'hy retail  at my hotel, situate on the liig Hand waggon  road, about three mile, north of Revelsloke.  D. CALLAHAN'  Dated at Kevelstoke, Oct. 12th, 381)8.  Land Notice.  Take notice 00 days afterdate hereof I intend  to apply to The Chief ('ommi.ssioncr of Lands  and Works for permission to pai-clir.se ICO acres  of land on St. Leon Creek in the North West  Kootenay nistrict de.-crihed as follows: Commencing* at the Initial l'o-"t Hituuti'il on the  Kastern houndary of Loi 31G9 about27.i.S chains  from the North l_"ast corner thereof, theiu-e 40  chains North, Thence -10 chains i'list, Thence  _U chains South, Thence -10 chains Wett to the  point of commencement.  MICHAEL GIUDY,  hv his ogent  A. 1". CUMillNS.  Dated October S. ISM.  Notice of Assignment.  Justly Bereft of Ground Hoc Facilities.  A year or two ago diaries Greon, a well  known bii-t-er,' declares ono bright ground  lTog-day=-th.iv-bei-ferooc*i���������foyith"e_holer:ahd~  shot and killed tbeaD-.mal as be poked his  nose out of his winter's home, and in that  way prevented bim from seeing bia shadow. Since that lime, it :.. said, people ln  this section havo boon unable to obtain  ony satisfactory prediction aa to tho weather of February and early March.���������Lynchburg News.  Told Un Story In Sir Word*.  Aunt Cherry Mallory 'a-b*>. recently put  on thu witness sumd at Adams Station to  tell what sbo knew about tho annihilation  of n hog by a Louisville- nnd Nashville  rassengcr locomotive. Alter being sworn  she was ������-...u] by. the v. i"u lawyer if she  saw thu traiii kill' thin hog. "YcH,"i-ho  saiel, "I stud it."  . "Woll," said cho lawyer, "toll tlm court  In ns few words as possible all you kDow  about it."  "I kin do dat In a mighty few words,"  snid Aunt C, clearing her thront nml.  with onu cyo on tho judeo and ono on thei  lawyer, sho snid, "Hit Jus' t-oou"dnnd tuck  'im."���������CInrksvlI_~(T_iin._ Leaf Chronicle.  Pursuant to the Creditor's Trust Deeds Act.  nnd amending iXrw. notice i.s hereby given  thai w-lliani i'en<-Cjn Pease and Annie Cibson  I'agc-t. both of llcvelsUike in the Province of  Ilritii-h Columbia,* Grocer.--, doing business  under The tirm inline of ���������' W. II. Pcrsg .1: Co."  have hy deed daU'i! the 12th day of Octobi'r,  lo'A as'-lgnod all their personal estate, credits  and effect", wuich inny be seizeil and sold  under execution and all -their real estiu.* to  Percy CliP-pinr.n of llevciir_������ke aforesaid,  Wholesale Merchant*, in trust for the benefit  of their Crediioi-.  Th������i >iid Dosrj wns executed by the said  William Jjen.uon PoiiJ-e. Annie Gibson Paget  a-d-P;_:������v-C_n.p:-:i!; or.-tho-2th-e'.ny of-October  IS5S. All persons having claims against the  .-id William Ui-nson Pease and j\nnic Gihion  p.ig?t are required .in or before the oth day of  N'.VGiTtber. IS"-, to ..end to the said Trustee full  particular^ of tht mrae "luly verified, together  with the particulars of the security, if any,  held by tliei.i.  .Mid r.otici' i" li-r-ibv given that after the  said .".th day of .Vovi'iubcr, ISI'8, the trustee will  proceed to distribute the asseii among those  Cr.ditor.-: tvho-e claims have been lodged v. ith  hirn. nnd that ho v,-ill not be responsible after  said date for the n������������ets so distributed or any  part th.jrer.f, to nr.y per-ton or persons, firm or  j-orporjitiyn nf ���������_. bo"e debt or ciuim he shall  not then hr,v rcf',|ved notice.  A ir.<-i-ine of Hi . CreyiitoM of the rnlil Wil.  lia.n fi^r.'on I*....-.. ,������nfl jVnnin Glb*on Paget  ���������a111 "j" hf.'l at .ho office White, ftwllllm .-  Sco'i, Tr-.-lor Ulot-v. rtf;v������biok^F B Con Than*-  day th������ ".-.-h -lev of '"i.'tobcr, IW", at ten o'clock  in lb*: f'.riiio.u!. ���������  Iii.:"] nt Kc-^I-ioic, B.C., the 13th day of  October, A.n.U"-'".  '.Viini", OWILLfM  ASOOTT.  Poll;if-.-* I���������T the above named Trustee.  Xlocrlbcd if fNot Ilcfmed.  Teacher���������Whnt i. velocity?  Pupil���������Velocity   is what  a  mnn puti o  hot plato down with.���������Philadelphia Call.  In France thero are on tho avoragc .tev_o  dogs to every hundred inhabitants. Paris,  however, has only four to tho hundred���������  13.,COO in all.  Tho IlEr.j'.T.D regrets to announce,  as we gej to press, th'- death of a pioneer nf' Revelstoke, in the person of  Mr. .T.ilin Ilethrririgton.  Lost, Strayed or Stolen.  ."rom a well known l'"ro:il Plrei-l hot.sl, on ot  about tbe PJtb inst., a medium sized man,  wcjirinir spectacles, dr.'sscd in bH best suit of  clothcM. When in-it seen wm. nppnrencly sun-  Any I n form nt inn that will lend to the recovery  of flic ^ontleinaii will be duly rewarded and  gladly received by  11 pd '    W. 11. POOL.  To Let  The building recently occupied by Dr. E. H.  B.Maclean,between the Taylor Block and the  Cnnada Orwr ,t. Hook Co., McKenzie ,Xvenue.  ���������    j\pplv for particulars to  -i  J. D. MOLSON'.  lb tf Molsons Hank.  Card of Thanks.  I wish to express my heartfelt thanks to nil  ���������who, through kindness, rendered assistance to  my son, Krhcst, during his illness which resulted In his death cn Saturday, and to the  kindness shown mysclfduring iny stay in your  town, for ali of which I am very deeply grateful.  MUS. E. K. FRANCIS.  What  Makes  a  ilan  More miserable than  an III fitting, uncomfortable ?ult. Wc can  fit you. as woll as your  pocket-look. In fact  we are making lulu  to order at prices tha  scar, tli? r*-a'ly-inads  clothiers. All new  ������lyl������:������. .->i' ui if you  want to look |-wpII  drosi>eri In your uex  suit.  What's tlio rii!<_t Picture of made to or'S������r  clothing���������the fir. Isn't it? Well, that'/- the  featur-: about vr'r.'.'h we're mo't particular.  If it "wen': fi! yo-i, you don't havo t'> k������������p it.  nut it will fit you 1. we r\ ATHIMfi  make it. O.r e-'aU- ^-LU J riJl^VJ.  Ii-.hmcnt Imi at !���������_��������� head oneof t\,i insfl ci.tter-  ;n the P.-'.vlnc: ind many critical rn'-n v. ho  heretofore pair-,: '__<_Jt Ka������tern tailor _ have  testified to our nbl.i'y to lit  th.m faultlessly  R. S. WILSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Musical  Instruments  Ynn arc rcquctcd to look over niy  i scl'-ct st..rk nf   .   ...  VIOL!-":. GtriTAKH    MAN DOLI.N'ri   .   ...   liOI'.NKIt'S   MOUTH OI'.GANS   S-l KINGS and A "!K.������SOK!ES....  j'.n lixi-cllciit stock at low prices.  Tobaccos. (jigarJ. Sod Kcfreshing Drinks,  Stationery, Novels, Japanese Curios, Etc.  Chas. J. Aman  I ���������^  =������  as   ������s~~a _______ _k__'^~J'"'     "   > >_  Agent i'or the  Bliokensderfer  Typewriter  X3 *__!___ Xi__1*E~_  =������*__ Gents' Furnishings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy Articles, Patent  Medicines, Etc.  POST   O.F"_"r_:_.:__   S__0_=2___,   IH-ZEV-ELSTOI-C-E ��������� 13. C  __Brwi_e~c_r-__C_<_ _-_-^~t3e__J_ri MfS?  @     0  ^''"'fetl-HEsSa^^^lLl'-.'1 fifa- r^y^tm riiimr^ l~*~)!3wwi' nsr-ni im^C^y".,"  'UL'L'i V,.M. ii.h-i i _i   .li.|r_'l..'i IF.'.i. IliL'L.'i _Ul  ���������i ."V-fT!. 5fl wi rrllvriM "TT~";_T=f7-'~~l',' 'K-  ���������L-.';i;.:-.-.'|.-.T.-.l,L.!������������������;���������.-,:.-.-!-.-].--���������������������������.!"������������������-  ���������I.I'..'I. ���������   il..|!  1  Carpets  Clothing  Dry Goods  House Furnishings  f  ���������4-  Curtains  Hats and Caps  Boots and Shoes  Mens' Furnishings  DOOTS and SHOES  Our line of Boots and Shoes have already won a substantial reputation  for quality, durability and value. We Guarantee every pair-of Boots  or Shoes sold by us and will refund the cash if purchasers are dissatisfied  at any reasonable time after date of purchase. In this department  particularly we have made a study of the special needs for this country  and we are in a position to supply the most fastidious with footwear.  DRESS GOODS  We have just' received a small sorting lot of Stylish Fall and Winter  Dress lengths. ' -        ���������  MENS' DEPARTriENT  Our Mens' Department is very complete, and well stocked  with Fall.  and Winter Clothing, Hats, Caps,   Etc.  BLANKETS aud COHFORTERS  At Remarkably Reasonable Rates.      No need to go cold now. -��������� We  have not a shoddy article in the place, but will sell you a good genuine  , all- wool Blanket at  lower  figures" than you  have boon paying iu this  town for a shoddy one.  ll-T/. .""_"  jpx      Ol~"   Aim   's  to se" y������u  ^e''a'"'e Goods, that we are not afraid1 IKs,  /"������*������ * to Guarantee,   at  Reasonable Rates.     We  are  doing    ������g^  a large volume of business and we thank the public for their support  (M    ths low figures our goods are marked our turn over needs be large.  S^S'ffiCSsSfc)          ���������tSg^Wss  FHE TjVYLOR BLOCK,   HcKENZIE AVENUE  IfTKe  R_~   &oQ-ve  m  m  m  m  m  m  ������  We are strictly iu the Stove business. Wc arc dully expecting our third car  of Stoves since we opened up in Kevetstoko, sixteen months ago. Our great  Eiiccess in this particular branch of our bn. .ness is tliat wc carry nothing but  the highest grade of Stoves and our prices are reasonable. We can siipw you  the small No. 7 Cook Stove, just the thing for bachelors; or the large Steel  Range with ail the lalcit Improvements. In Heating Stoves���������all lines of Hox  Stoves from 15 to :ii~ inche.", and iu Coal Heating Stoves from the small "Globe  Heater " to the large handsome double heaters rich in their nickle oiuhcllisli-  ments. If you cannot afford a furnace get a double heater with hot air  atticlimcnt.1, and you can have your upstairs heated to perfection. We are  sorry to disappoint our patrons who have been waiting Ior our .Vir Tight  lloatcrs,but as soon as our lli lings arrive we will be able to supply all -.mauds.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  Hardware, Stoves, Tinware.  Sir-  ESS  HK'J  m������^-������w<j-j'^~C<Cw__*J _-__"���������  w������m<m&mp  _j__i������5  P<HI2L TO-THE DOORS������  tm   lfr$$h     I      ~ ;���������~ -������������~~s3_bw  That   is   the   condition  Wc have a good stock of Men's Fine Fall and Winter  Clothing.     Boots   and   Shoes, the best on the market.  of   our store on Front Street. ������|fe������  W*  m  Groceries, Flour, Provisions, Vegetables, Etc. pL  Fallis Bros.  a������;  unniiMi-iiimii. nisiiige. ti:)tiini_tiiy������i_ttiuai-iMiiini6  HAED COAL!  HARD CASH  !  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Peliv  JX'Iiv  from car   from shed...  .. .S'9.50 tier ton.  ..S10.00 per ton.  3  f Ferguson, B-C-  f Bssfs K(seoramoda_io_. In ijhs  Rates:   $2.������������ Per Day.  ij D. Ferguspn, Proprietor- |  m.,tlll..*tl..B............tfl.|3,.,>.���������H���������MI..M<aMBIll.3  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson  & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.?  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture.  Light  _____________���������  Transferring1  and Carting  j5S_PfcTclephone 5-0.1 v orders fo W.M. Lawrence  anil thoy will In: ]iromi>tly altomled to.  Robert Fleming  Why Pay Rent.  ' -: - When you can own a hom--  ;       of your own ?  If you wilt save, sav, live to ten dollars per'  month,ou our act'iiinuliitive system for a lew  yciirs, you will then bii in a position to buy or  build a home of your own.  Iiy taking shores iu this conipr.uv, persons of  'moderate means are enabled to participate iu  tlie profits enjoyed, bv the eiunpaiiv.  The saving of nioiiev i.s like tlie savinp of  time. If done at ..11. it must be done svs-  tcnintit'iilly. .', - . *  Sufety iii a most important consideration  when milking nn Investment. Tliis Is a perfect system of co-opcriitive savings, anil the  safest plan ever offered for lU'Cinnuhitiu..-.-.mult  holdings and loaning il lo members on real  estate security.  Loans...  Loans nre miiile on tho socuritv of improved  real mtnle without ilclav, CO per cent, of lho  appraised cash value being advanced.  J.xcess piiyments of principal mav be mailo'  with any monthly payment.������  B. C. Permanent Loan  & Savings Company.  1". liiiKEii, Agent,  ^rcKeiulejVveTrHevclstokeKtatlonT  lOaulm  Revelstoke Sash & Door  4^ Factory ������s  -%-  Jtnnufiicturer.s of and Dealers In  Sash. Poor., Turnings,Plinths, Corner  lllocks, Jlouldin^s of all kinds, ���������  Fancy Gables und Vei'iinil.-ih woik,  Brackets of every description mado  1 o order. St oi o and otilee Fill inj:...  Window Fi-.-unes. with Sash lilted  a bpocitilly..  All the latest machinery. ���������  l~rv kiln on tlio  premise-,     (."all and get prices before  going elsewhere. '    ���������..-',  ^SAWYER & MANNING.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  llKKIt I1KAT1S,  I1IRDS, ANIMALS, Etc.,  Preserved and  Mounted  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  BBICK !  The F. E. Viper Co. have now on hand  First Class Hrick at right prices.  Intending builders  would do well to  call and examine.  Brick yard just north of the Cun Club  grounds.  Mail orders promptly attended to.  ' Trices on application. .>  The F. E. Piper Co.,  Revelstoke, B. C.  Now  is  the time to Ret in your winter supply before the snow falls,  early.     Cash must accompany the order.  Older  _r_B  _F. McOARTY.  VI. &. BIRNEV  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining, Paper Hanging, Hard Wood Finish"  ing. House Fainting in all Branches,  Carriage Fainting, Glazing, &c.  ill  4

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