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 s ntis-^'^^j^rjj-i,'-' r:j-*"-'; i w  .-������������������_--i-_w;.-_ _cc������  : _.. - . t;,r, >���������__j^ki,  /  -  _ i_-n���������--.T- ant ~iAv_rr_i"(-������M .^A^rth_T*a:-Jff_;ui".j_ti������jfct<i  ���������-.-*  .- '  ���������/   .f    /  /  $4  -ISSTJED   TWIGE-A-WEBK- WEDUESDATS    .AJSTID    SA-TTTIRIDA-YS-  Vol. II.    No. 74.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1898.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  Hudson's Bay  |    Company  [Incorporated 1670  The   Most  Up-to-Date  Outfitters i  in Western Canada.  Intending Prospectors thould write ub IS.  for ono of our new Folders', which V  contains nn excellent Map and an R,  estimate of the probable cost of a j?.  complete outfit for the Gold Fields, ij.  Hudson's Bay Stores,     fi;  Calgary. \  Caloabt, Feb. 1 1898. " ft!  ���������_gSS������"*"2gg������g3g~~~S~2gggggS<--3S  Haig  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  -Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  -    MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  C. B. Hume  &Co.  STOVES  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries'Public, &c.  BolirStor for Imperial Rank of Canada.  Tavlor Block, McKenzie Ave., ;_evclstOKeSta.  Money to Loan.  W. White, Q.C. J.M.Scott, B.A..LL.B.  F. L. Gwillim.   .  HARVEY   &   M .CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,    Etc.  Company funds to loan at 8 per.csnt.  Offices: .Molsons Bank Block.  First Street.   Revelstoke' Station,   B.C.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Deaier and Drayman.  Draying and delivery work aspeeia'ty. Teams  alwava readv on shortest notice. Contracts MT  Jobbing taken. /EWAgent for the Standard  Oil Company.  DENTISTRY  DR.  EDMONDS,  (Successor to Dr. Mathison.)  T_cth extracted painless.   Dentistry in all its  bran-lies.     Oflice  over   the   Canada Drug &  Book Co.s' store.  Air Tight  Heaters  21, 22, 23, 24 inch  Box Stoves  " 18, 22, 23. 28, SO, 36 inches  Cook Stoves  $7, $8. $9 $io,      '  with or without extensions or ranges  Parlor Stoves  Base Burners,  Gurney's Self Feeders  At the.  Great  Departmental  *&  Belts, Belt BaskUs, gtisk  Pins, Est,, fr fr fr 4 #>  M. K. LAW SON'S  NEW STORE.  Opposite Cowan Block.  Tea will be served every Friday, Bargain  Sav, from four to six.  c  OME 10 IHE  u  MON HOTEL  SAMPLE ROOM,  on Wednesday and Thursday  October, 12 and 13,  And see the finest range of  High Class  Dry Goods  Men's Underwear nnd Clothing  ever shown in Revelstoke. We  invite you to call and seo our  goods and compare prices.  -Open this evening till 10 o'clock. -'  McArthur & Harper,  KAMLOOPS.  LOST  Between Hotel Revelstoke and the C. P. R.  Restaurant, a ladles' ring, (garnat stone.)  FlnilEr will bo suitably rewarded by leaving  . ������mo at the Dominion Express once.  Cut Nails  ALL SIZES  Wire Nails  ALL SIZES  BLACK DIAMOND SOLD  TO FRANK WATSON, A SPOKANE  MINING MAN  WORK TO COMMENCE AT ONCE  Finishing Nails  ALL SIZES  Villa Locks  Inside Door Seta,  Outside Door Sets.  Rim and  Mortise Locks  ALL KINDS  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 J the warm  woolly fluffy kind, that look  so well. with their brilliant  colored borders. This special  value * sale is well timed, tor  each day brings us nearer the  nights when warm bedclothing  will be a. necessity. ' Those  who are on the threshold of  blanket buy ing should look at  this splendid assortment. .. ���������_ .  Wool Blankets, white, pure  and wooly, the kind that makes  one comfortable to look at, so  well woven, desirable and low  priced.  White Wool Blankets, six  l"b. weight, extra good quality  and neatly designed borders  at $3.00.  Bed Comforters, cool nights  are coming, when the comforts  of these warm1 coverings will  be_much,appreciated    Hammers  Disstcn Saws  Planes, all kinds  Claw and Lathing Hatchets  Tar Paper  Building  Paper  WHITE     LEAD,     PAINTS     AND  PAINT BRUSHES,  BOILED  AND RAW OIL  and many olher lines which  Builders  may want.  During" the coming week special  prices will be given upon all the above  lines.  where these exist prosperity is sure to  come. As that district opens up Revelstoke must continue to grow, for  it is certainly the natural business  centre nnd supply point for the whole  Lardeau country.  THE TOWSER  Hewitt Bostock, M.P.P., Acknowledges  Gross Negligence in the Lardeau Mail  Service.���������J. C. Kirkpatrick in Luck.���������  The  Nettie L, The  Silver  Cup  and  Towser Operations.  Ffrguson, Oct. 8.���������Mr. Frank Watson of Spokane, was here for two days  inspecting the Silver Bell, Big Five  or the Black Diamond, botli on the  north fork of the Lardeau. Mr. Watson being well pleased with both  properties and at once has closed the  deal for the Black, Diamond _>roup.  Work will commence at once, weather  permitting.  Dudley Blackwood, of Sandon,  accompanied Mr. Watson to the Big  Five and he inspected the Rob Roy  and others on the-Horn lead. Mr.  Blackwood was surprised at the different showing of such large bodies of  ore on the surface. ���������'  Hewitt Bostock,. M. P., has at last  paid this part of his riding the long'  promised visit when the matter of  postofllce was brought up he had  nothing to say. only, that as he had  never visited this part he did not  consider that Ferguson was bo handicapped in mail matters as it was. He  will insist on having the office established. Mr. Bostock" complained that  this district did a great amount of  kicking." but after it/was shown to  him he could not say but .what the  kicks were necessary and that he was  to blame a great deal for it. .  J.. O. Kirkpatrick left for Rosslnnd  with. Mr. Watson to "receive the payment/for the Black Diamond. -  Messrs. Holloway and Cameron have  finished the trail to the Nettie' I_ and  have completed the cabin. -..To-day  they are shipping in the- necessary  supplies to make a start on the tunnel.  Messrs. Cederstaft and Anderson  have finished the contract on. the  Silver Cup tunnel.  ' Lade Brothers have completed the  contract on the Towser and no doubt  they will get another from the  owners.  the  Reported Strike   of  Rich   Ore   in  Sixty-Two Foot Tunnel -  A well known prospector who  arrived in town yesterday reported to  the Herald that the sixty-two foot  tunnel that the Lade Bros, were  running along the hanging wall on  the Towser was finished. A. crosscut  has' begun on the lead at the end of  the tunnel with the result that tn  excellent body of galena and grey  copper ore was struck after three shots  had been put in. This will be good  news to the camp and will prove the  value of the Towser.  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  exceed those of former years.  We were not surprised at the  result for never in the 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 miirt offer you  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.  Mall Orders Carefully ailed,  Bourne Bros.  COMMONWEALTH^ MINING CO.  President J. M. Robinson's  Opinion of  the Trout Lake District.  THE HEATHEN CHINEE  Buying    a   Wife   "at    Kuskanook���������A  Sensational Abduction Case  Tbe heathen Chinee has been at his  tricks in Kuskonook, according to  news just received from that rising  town on tho Crow's Nest Pass Railway. It seems that Lun Foo, who  keeps a restaurantjthere, sighed for a  companion. Wah Chung, of Revelstoke, displayed' before his admiring  eyes' what the gallant imaginative  reporter of Nelson - describes as "a  pretty little Chinese' girl, soft eyed  and saffron skinned." Foo had to  worship from a distance until he had  paid down $400. Then Wah Chung  handed over the girl. But Lun-Foo  did not have her for long. Wah  Chung, of Revelstoke,"hiiving his $100  wanted the girl back, hub he - wanted  to keep the money. So the girl was  abducted. At least that is how the  story runs in' Nelson. There were  three Chinamen concerned in ��������� the  abduction. _They dress, d the girl in a  suit of boy's clothing, *nftei-.���������.the,, Eiig;  lish fashion and took passage with her  to the United'States. "'Now the  Chinamen aroiirid Nelson'. "No savee  girl," and Lun Foo refuses to be comforted. However he is.not neglecting  to advertise for the girl. Here is a  copy of his pathetic advertisement ns  it appears in the Nelson Miner:  TO WAH CHUNG.  v Revelstoke, B. C.  Some one took my girl away.dressed  in English clothes. Looks like a Jap  girl. Has three Chinamen with her  $200 reward for returning her to  Nelson.  LUN FOO,  Kuskonook.  IT IS AJWYSTERY  The Columbia River Gives Up Another  One  of   Its   Victims���������Man's   Identity  Unknown���������Nothing on His Person to  Indicate Who He Is ��������� Body Interred  Trail Ureek News:    The body of a  man   whose   identity   hns   not  beon  established, was found in the Columbia on   Tuesday   of  this   week, just  helow   the   brickyard.    The remains  were    buried'   Wednesday from the  undertaking   establishment of   Clark  and Binns.  Arthur Schneider was coming up  the river in a canoe Tuesday and  found the body face down in the eddy  at the brickyard. He came to town  and notified Cuptain Devitt, who  made an examination for signs of  violence, but found none. The coroner  was notified, and as an inquest was  not deemed necessary, burial was  ordered. Indentions were that the  body had been in the water perhaps  six weeks. ��������� ->  The man was apparently five feet  ten inches with a normal weight of  163 pounds. He had a small moustache, prominent teeth, and on the  little finger woro a gold ring with a  double heart. He wore a new pair of  shoes, two pairs of trousers and a"  negligee blue-check shirt. In the  pockets were some' samples . of silk  ribbon and a bunch of keys. There  was nothing in the way of pnpors to  determine the man's identity.  Tho remains were interred Wednesday morning, and in the absence' of a  minister, Captain Devitt rend the  Church of England burial servico.  - A description of the man has been  sent tocRevelstoke to see if he is one  of several recently drowned in the  Upper Columbia. ���������Trail' Creek -News.  THE I OWN OF FERGUSON  OCCUPIES   A   VERY    ENVIABLE  POSITION  IN THE CENTRE OF THE MINES'  Mr. J. M. Robin-op. president of the  Commonwealth Mining and. Development Co. of Canada, was in, town a  few days ago on his way to Vancouver. To a Hekald man Mr. Robinson  said it was the intention of his company to pnsh tbe development of the  Ethel mineral claim which he bonded  recently ab Trout Lake, And they  would ship the high grade ore which  will be taken out in the course of  opening up {the mine. Mr. Robinson  believes bis company has secured a  most valuable property in the Ethol.  It is a mine from the grass roots, he  says, carrying values in gold, silver  and copper, ranging from $70 to $2400  to the ton. Tho upper tunnel is only  in 10 feet, but even from this prospect  hole seven tons of high grade ore has  been shipped and twice that amount  of low grade stuff lies on the dump.  While here Mr. Robinson received  word from men working at the mine  to the effect that the ore body had  been discovered in a second tunnel  150 feet helow the upper one, and that  the quality of the ore there is if anything better than that taken from the  upper tunnel.  The Commonwealth Mining Co.  also own seven claims on the north  fork of the Lardeau, upon which sufficient development work has been  done to secure a. crown grant. Next  spring further development will be  done on these properties. While the  head office of the company is at Peach-  land, in the Okanagan valley, it is their  intention to do business through the  Imperial Bank here, this being the  most convenient' banking point to  Trout Lake.  Speaking of tbe genernl outlook for  the Trout Lake district Mr, Robinson  said that when the railway made it-  way into that district its interests  would expand rapidly. It has already  been demonstrated that there are  large  deposits of rich ore there and  KOOTENAYJIAILWAYS  From the Noison Economist)  At the present moment the railway  situation in British Columbia nays the  British Columbia Review, of" London,  England, is assuming an aspect which  gives abundant promise of great extension in the near future. In Kootenay, especially, where the harvest of  traffic���������now by no means insignificant  and promising immense uUiniato  increase���������is recognized as wholly  desirable by the great railway system,  the competitive ora has already commenced. Competition once established  in a district such {as this gives  unbounded possibilities to the development of the country not only by the  general reduction of rates, but by the  increased area of country in immediate  reach of the alternative system. Both  these elements of prosperity are now  being experienced in Kootenny,which,  Although comparatively speaking,  a very new country, is served by two  great railway systems in direct competition with one another. -  A POPULAR.CONCERT  British Columbia's Advantages  To the capitalist aud investor British Columbia present one distinct advantage, viz., it is under the British  flag, and consequently every assurance  is given that laws will be properly ad-  minst.red and every protection given  to life and property. It is also a great  advantage to the country that it has  practically been brought within easy  touch of the great commercial centres  of the world, since al mott any portion  of it, except those outside railroad  communication, can be reached within  a fortnight after leaving London, the  greatest possible comfort being afforded moreover both by boat and rail, to  the traveller,���������London Times.  The Prairie. City' Quartette" Holds-Forth  in Tapping's Theatre To'Nij#it  The    Prairie    City   QTiartette   will  appear in Tapping's Theatre tonight  and a musical treat is in store for those  i *"���������  who attend is assured.     The ' Calgary  Herald of Saturday says:-  " The Alberta Music Hall contained  a large audience on Friday night to  listen to a concert by the Frairie" City  Quartette, consisting of Mr: aud "Mrs.  Stantey Adams, Miss Nellie Campbell,  and Fred Kennedy, all of Winnipeg.  The programme consisted'of songs hy  "Miss~Campbell"anct-Mrr=AdiniiSr cornet-  solos by Mr. Kennedy and piano selections by Mrs. Stanley*Adams.  Mr. Adams' bell like baritone hits  considerably miprOvfed since his last  visit and each of his songs was encored  as were also his duets with Miss  Campbell.' His "B'indolero" and  Molloy's "Carnival"* not only' suited  his voice but were sung with much  spirit nnd ' artistic t..*'te_ ��������� though"'  occasionally, both his low" and high  notes lacked clearness.  CalgaiiaoS'-liave heard few better  vocalists than Miss Campbell. Her  contralto is singularly clear and' her  expression full of feeling ami passion.  She was (lesei-vedly encored.  Mr. Kennedy's cornet' solos were  Roinewbat of a novelty. He played a  triple-tongued p-lka nf Raiwlinson's  with good execution and- 'was encored  for each appearance.  Mrs. Adams' piano solos werfe also  pleasing and ��������� took asr will as such  selections usually do.  Two popular features of "the programme,'- given, as extras, were a-  couple of 'coon' songs and the lively  patriotic i* Soldiers of the Queen.**' the  latter sung by Mr. Adams in uniform."  Believed   by   Many to   be the   Butte of  British Columbia.���������Its Natural Advantages.���������It   Has   Four   Hotels,   Three  General-Stores. Two Livery  Stables,  A Good Sawmill, Etc.  To reach the above town from  the"  niain line the directions are the same1  as those for reaching Trout Lake City,'  only, when the forks of the road, about'  a mile from Trout Lake City.'isVe'abli-*  ed the left branch   is taken:   After a'   "  ride of four miles you  will arrive at'-  what is believed by many to be the'  coming   Butte  of-' British' Columbia.  From  its position  at the junction of  the North ^Fork and Lardeau creek,-'  Ferguson is bound to command a large'  patronage from the mines now being* .'"  oper'at'ed'afew miles" from" its'" centre."'  At a distance of-a little over seven'."  miles the Silver Cupisjn full operation",  and the product of the mine' passes'   ;  through the  town ou-its*" wayto the -  Landing.    Then,  fut.tier" oh"' up" the; .  soutli   fork,   tliere  are  several   good  properties, .   extensively    developed,  which will next fall, be shippings their1*' ;  products and employing   large forces"  of men.'   Among these properties may  be mentioned such  well-known-names"  as   the   Silver  Cup,' Badshot! - Black'  Prince, Silver Chief and Lade group.' -  The  town   is  possessed   of all   tlie   ,-  necessaries for completely, outfitting'  any prospectors who may decide on ,-  making this point their headquarters.  It has four good hotels, three general  stores, two livery stables, a.goOd' .saVv  .mill, and"' is' tho .headquarters" for "'a* *  large transportation   company.    The--'  mail   arrives  here. semi-weekly, "and  next summer tbe service'will  be in--'  creased to threo time's a week.  .  No matter-how.  large the demand.''  for   building  may be, * Ferguson can !  supply it", for if has one" of the most ���������  completely equipped -'sawmills' in'the '  district.   A' large' supply ofgood linn- '  ber is on hand, mid it is expected that "  before many days the mill "will com- "  nience sawing.'so as to provide, in case "  of emergencies," lumber'suflicient to .*  supply demands even larger than thoso "  expected at the present time.     " . ���������-  This town  is most advantageously  located, not only asregurds its natural  advantages,_l!iit_froin_the__factJJhNitjjj_=_.  is  in   the    very heart of the   mines-"  located on  the Lardeau river and its "  tributaries." Everything' goes to indi  cate that the cOming season will be one'"  of  exceptional    activity    in   mining '  circles, and tlie" citizens   and business '  men of the town are inaking tlie"most''  complete preparations to accommodate "  the rush of people'expected in there  when the season is sufficiently advanced.   It is-also expected that a greater--*  increase in the sales of mining proper- *  ties  this1 season  will result from the  development operations   which   have-J  taken place during last season', and" if ���������  such expectations culminate in reali-,'  ties,  then  Ferguson will   occupy   an  enviable position'among the mining'  towns of West Kootenay.���������Topic. '���������  Monetary "Influence  The Victorift - Colonist is exposing  some rank'political-jobbery in connection with the career and uprising of  Hewitt Bostock. _T.P.P;' His "monetary" influence" and "bought up  newspapers" are accountable to a  great' degree for- his success as a  " silver-tongued orator," Just how  long-he people of this -electorate will  keep such a min as-their representa-  tive-*' and how quickly his political  heelees will be" turned' down-in their  littredeep-layed game-, will be 6hown  at tKe'earliest opportunity, not later  than'nest-chance-to vote. -  :    IN THE LARDEAU CAMP'  The    Beatrice   Under     Development��������� '  A- Rich Proposition  -   During the course of a chat with Mr. "���������  Beers." of Nelson, who holds a bond on ���������'  the Beatrice, a property situated near '  ���������the head of Mohawk creek in the Fish'''  creek  country,   the  following    facts :  were  gleaned,  says  the Trout Lake  Topic :"lle has had about 12 men  em- '  ployed'during the last three months,  iind during that time :_>J feet of work  bas beei:~done and on'tbe dump of the  property now lies heaped  100 tons of  fine "galena  ore.   Mr. Beers  is  very  much pleased'with the oiulook for the  property and   the   almost  incredible  amount of work  that has   been   done  during the period he has had it under '  his control.'  Tenders will be called for '  the building of a good rawhide trail,  thework" on'which will be commenced  immediately.'   He says that'there are  many  other   fine   properties   in   the  neighborhood of the Beatrice and expresses the opinion that they, will'bo  working, if reasonable bonds caD bc-  obtained on theiu. - Revelstoke   Herald  Pabli-hed In Interest- nt  Revelstoko, Li-rdeau,  Bin Bend, Tro_t Lake  IllecilleWuBl,  Alberl Canyon, Jord-.ii  Pi-8 and Eagle __ aus bi.irluto.  A. JOHNSON.  .Proprlet  A Beml-Wt ckl}- Journnl. piitilliiheil In Llie  lni������re-!_ ot Rc-clbtoko uud Llio uurroiindlutt  digtnct, Wediu .daye nnd .-iii\ir-ti;ti, umkliiK  Softest ocu_ii_K.ili.ua vim till irnlna.  AilvcrtUinK ltnu��������� : liiHjj'uy a'U, 91 "0 pec  column lucti.f2.lA! per inch wliuiilnucrli'doiitlliu  ������������ffe. UjriU ftjia. Ue p r (noniiHreil) line for  Bnt ln������or_jd ; Ho Co.- cash atlillti'itiul lnnei tion.  KMdlng uotlooe, lie pur line c-Ch issue. Hi rill,  ���������_l__rrla������e aud Death noii.es, treo.  Subscription ItateB: 1!}' mull or carrier ?_ 00  per Annum; fl.TJ tor eix months, uirlully In  ���������dTkooe.  Onr Job Deportment.: ~hk Hmiai.ii Job  Deportment ia ono of the beat i)<tiilpi>.:rt  printing olllces in W_*i Koolenay, nnd ii prepared lo execute ell kinds ot printing in tlrni  clone Mylc nl honest priced One price to ull.  No Job luolu'ice���������none t. o small���������forua. Mall  omen, prjiupily attended tu. Olvu ua a Iritil  on >ournexloid. r.  lu Corrc. ponilenla! Wu im Correspondence on mi) oliliject of int. rem *-6 iliu goneral  public, aud dei-ire a rch-bl, ruKUli.r curruu-  poudont in every loeaii' uuirounding  Kevelstoke. In all c.ibi_i lliu bona lldu nam.  of the writer mu.tnccom. any ninnu_i..ipt, but  nut noeoaBariiy for publicatio:-.  Address all -o.iimuniuullous  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke, et. C.  NOTICE TO CJ_ReSPJNDEi_-S-  1. All ; correspondence must bo legibly  CTittcuon onu blue of Uie paper only.  .. Correspondence . containing personal  -lailf-r must be sighed with its pr puinuuio  of the -writer.  3. ui'.eouuiidenco with roforonce to any  thing that has appourud In another paper  muni fir_������t be ofTeroa for publication to ihat  .uper before it can appear in Thk Hkicai.ii .  ���������.WEDNESDAY," OCTOBER   12,    189S.  The New Lieut^Governor  From The Calgary Herald  According io our Ottawa telegrams  the vacancy caused by Lieutenant  Governor Cameron's: untimely death  has been filled and the recipient of  the honor is Mr. A. E. Forget. Whilo  some surpise will be caused by the appointment it cannot be said that Mr.  Forget will not fill the position acceptably. He is a western man, one  of the oldest timers in the country,  tocially a gentleman oC refinement and  education, and Madame Forget will be  a charming Governess. It may also be  .aid that Mr. Forgct's intimate know  ledge of Territorial  affairi". obtained  as clerk of the North West Council at j  liattleford and later at Ilegina, as i  Catholic member of the defunct Board |  o[ Education, and as Indian Com- i  missioner, duality him to assist the I  Executive with useful advice. The 1  new Governor is a strong Liberal, a J  Roman Catholic and a- genial anil ���������  ���������.ourteous   French   gentleman.  So much for Mr.' Forget personally.  Tbo policy which dictated his appointment is another story. A new precedent has been established and iu our  opinion not altogether a wise oue.  Hitherto it has been the rule to select  our Lieutenant Governors from the  ranks of public men. successful or  oherwlse. who while not necessarily  attaining any particular pre-eminence  In Parliament have at least rendered  ���������ome service to the political party  .WW-"- happens at the time to be ln  power. It Is true that Mr. Forget has  done -"ervlce to the Liberal party���������  ,T������r~~ valuable service. But it was  done .while he was in,receipt of a considerable salary from the public purse.  He was a government? employee, und  if the same penalty for active partisanship had obtained under the late  government as ts bo rigidly enforced  by the present, Mr. Forget would, long  ago have ceased to'-be a civil servant.  In so signally rewarding partisanship  _in_one__of_i is_^pjli_^ajsliwliilei_as signally punishingConservatives .or~the~  same offence the government has set  a precedent that cannot be other than  viciously demoralizing in its effects.  For this reason, while cordially crediting Mr. Forget with all the virtues  necessary to grace the gubernatorial  throne The Herald has no hesitation  In deprecating the initiation of a sy������-  tem which musr ultimately result in  the prostitution of the civil service to  political exigency.  A New Robinson  Crusoe  London's popular sensation this  Bummer, next to the Hooley scandals,  has beon Louis do Rougcmont's story  oT his adventures on a desert island,  a story which if true puts De Foc'k  completely in the shade. De Rouge-  mont, who is a quiet nnil modest  Frenchman, lias successfully emerged | _  from searching cross examination by  Dr. Tyler, Dr. Scott Keltic nnd other  experts and his talo has boon deemed  no far worthy oC credence that he was.  Invltod to read a paper before thu  geographical and anthropological sections of tho British Association at it.-i  recont" mooting.  Do Rougemont snys that In 1881 !>'"  was  sailing with  Captain Peter Jcn-  _un on the Vlelland.   Jensen hatl extraordinary luck as a pearl ilshorman.  and  among  his  treasures were threo  black   pcarlB,   each  worth   a fortune.  A monsoon came up, the vessol  was  wreckod,    and    everybody    lost    but  Rr.ugemont,  who  had  With  him    the  treasure and his dog.   Ho reached a  little island, not more than a hundred  yards long and consisting of nothing  but  sand  devoid  of  vegetation,   built  himself a hut and lived alone o.-i A k,  sea Cowl and eggs.   One day, alter a  lonely  existence  of several years, he  saw a raft drifting toward tho shore.  Ho  waded  out  and  pulled  it  in,  although  beset  by    sharks  and,  found  tliat there wero four human beings on  the raft,  a man, a woman anil    two  boys.   Interesting descriptions���������;of the  behavior vo~'?. the; Friday "family.'.-wero'  given.   At last tliey said they wanted  to go homo, and Rougemont set e~il  with them, llrst burying the treasure.  On the tenth day laini   was   sighted  and Rougemont found himself in the '  midst of cannibals.   More material for  tho anthropological section.: After remaining" with them somo time ho was  requested to marry ?a native   woman  and complied. . The story aSems to be  unfinished, but wo aro loft to    infer  that Rougemont    was    compe l:d    to  leave the region, which, by the way,  was off- the norlh west coast of Australia, without bringing his   treasure.  Ho claims to have lived among tkese  peoplo 28 years.  A ;fewXmonths ago Rougemont; having worked his way from New Zealand  as  a  dock   hand,   arrived   in   Londo-i  poor and friendless, and with only nn  imperfect knowledge  of  English.   He  called  at the  Carlton    Club, on    Mr.  Henniker Heaton, and received an introduction   to   Mr.   W.   G.   Fitzgrrnld.  editor of The Wide World Magazine.  Then his.fortune was made, Sir Geo.  Ncwnes, the great magazine publisher  took up his    cause    and    Rougemont  soon became a London Hon.   After a.  few instalments of tho story had appeared,   The  Chronicle    pub 1-hed    a  lettor signed  "Australian," conceding  that  the story  had    a foundation  in  fact, but challenging some of the details.   A  lengthy  correspondence  _o'-  lowed, and there was excitement   in  scientific circleB.    The Standard sceptically surmised that the next development in the  affair1 would b_  a prospectus.     The new Crusoe was cross-  examined  by such men  tie Dr. /I'ylci-  and Dr. Scott Keltic, and camo out ot  the  ordeal  well.    Newnes,  it Is  taid.  will fit out an expedition in search of  the treasure at a co������t of-'$103,900.  CjABS WITH THE LANCE.  \  ^.,. vi ������������������* *������-- *������'. .���������'*   _������'��������� <o> ��������� *������,- ^j." *,���������  _,.������-.l._lj.<.������������J������i.<l.-V_������j  lt Is great fun Bometimns to trip,  up people who affect to have travelled'  lot aud yet have novor been anywhere. Uuntula is fairly bristling  willi such swaggering chumps.  Tliero tire two types of Canadians:  The ouo who lu the course of ordinary chatter chargos his remarks  with stmlodly careless allusions to  his deal' friends Oliver Mowat, Huul-  taln, "poor old Sir John," Groonway,  Turto or any big wig that comes into  Lib heiid���������never by any chanco alluding to a literary, artistic or scientific  her too. She had a plain dark skirt-  plnlcwaiststf.awhatandbeltandtie and-  shocsandstockingstomatehhorhat hand  andawfulcomplectionandshe waschew-  iiiEgitintlioawfullestsiglityou eversaw-  aiKlabuttonwasoffhorlcftshoeand hera-  listirdveilwastwistedroundhcr hatinan  allogetherrldiculoiiBfashionand'. thefel-  lowsiicwaswithhtidajtigonnndthe  nrtifl-  clalllowersinherhatwere "    and  on  she ratiledfor 10 or IS minutes.  Wo had Interested hor.  600K BORROWING.  Wo understand    thut thero will-.be  quito a  bevy  of uspirants  to  the M.  L. A.-ship.     Amougst    them may be  mentioned  Mr.  A.  S.  ltosenroll,    Mr.  Fred? Flnson,    and Jlr. Robert Mac-  iMillau.    Wo favor tlio chances of tho  llrst? named  gontlemtiti.     It   "Will    bo  woll  for  the  voting    community    to  num. or othor respectable person, but unlto In supporting the candidature of  alwuyB to a politician; and the other, Mi. Rosehroll, for, in addition to be-  or.o who.  11' ho thinks you  havo not ing a prominent man of affairs In the  been thero, springs Paris and  Monte town of Wetaskiwin, he is also a farmer and  stock . raiser.   Thus  the as-  Carlo on you. Every once in a while  we nail one of tho latter type. Only  lust week wo had to listen in ti hotel  otllce to a man telling of the amount  ho had won at Monte Carlo playing  laro! As wo knew he was liable to  bet them up afterwards, we of course  hold our peace, but what would have  been his disgust had we quietly  chipped in with: "They don't play-  faro at Monte Carlo  sumption Is reasonablo that the demands and requirements of the country sido generally would be carefully  and faithfully attended to by him.  As is well known Mr. Rosenroll is a  man of culture, education and unusual  executive ability.   Ho is equally con-  .    versant with the English, French and    Surely there is German  languages,  aud   is  approach-  nothing to be gained by pretending to ttble  by  allj   being  ,ls  courleou3  an(i  bavo been whero one has not been, or attentive  to the poor as to  tho well  in    seeming   to be what    one is nol.  otl-    should destiny mark Mr. Rosen-  Erse quani videri is better far. ,,oI1 for Ulis offlce Ul(, interests of the  ���������  ��������� ��������� *                              whole district north, south, east and  V>'liile gazing out ot one of the back west -will receive their equal share of  windows    of the old Walker    House, his attention.    There will be no Simp-  \iheri!    we    are boarding,  wondering soman  methods    hero.    Nor  will  tlie  where   the next   meal was to   come affairs of Ponoka, Duliamel and Leduc  from, our hungry eye lit on a bunch oe subordinated to those of AVetaski-  of 40 or 50 tame pigeons perched on win.  of the barn.   Wo at onee decided , ...  ^  _--  Pigeon ^hBfopr.^������r-orTt^i    Considerable    pressure      has    been  ^L111^,1: ^iir^rdner'imimened brought to bear on Mr. William Mac-  top  to  havo  .ly hitch lay  !ftdLhckbein0gUr a^veo'lS"! Don������ll. tho well known    stock man  solved    the    proposition  in no  time.  Thero Is nothing like having a good  partner .Horatii out and boi-rowed a D      ^j. ,     p    ���������,���������.���������      am,  luaf of bread, c^e back, ^.uBned^t ^^ .^ co���������nlry/whore-he hM  and chucked the mess lived   and    dono  business    for  many  In an instant the  years,  would  have made him" a very  it. aud strong   candidate.     Failing, him,   Mr.  Wharoln Hooker Slatea Hli View* ������n thj  ' Subject.  "S-j, Hooker, hero's .tlmt' book I borrowed from you iibout threo months iiro  I suppose you bad forgotten nil about U."  "So."  "I nh.'nyf) - Ilka to roturu a book the.  X*va'borrowed.''  "That's riBhft."  "I camo across It Inst night, and I junt  snlil to mysolf,XMJy Georgo, I muvt take  Uiut buck to Hooker;' so 1 brought itdown  with ino this morning. "  "I'm Bind you did. 1 wouldn't like to  tonolt,"  Aftor :\ moment or two o( onibnrra-sed  illciK.'. tlio mini who hnd roturiicd the  book t.urnuiVm'ounil und went out. Hook-  tr hit tho dusk with his list.  'Tllil you over notice," h asked, "that  vrboii a mnn returns a borrowed book or  nn unibi-llii ho nets ns il' ho wore hnndiii3  you .money, right our, o������ his own pockct.l  Vou are put In thu nttiludo of ono noeopt-  l.ng ."linm. Ho seems to think tlmt ho is  doing you an hunionso favor nnd tbat  you ought to bo duly thnnkfiil. Now,  there's thnt book. Ho borrowed it nlni  taonths UKO with a solemn promise to return it in leas thnn n week, lis brings it  to mo this morning, nnil because I didn't  tell lilm that I wns oitremoly thankful  and tivcr so muoh obliged be thinks I'm  an inigrnteful churnctor and onn't appro-  date n c.real kindness. I euppoBo tho next  timo ho borrows a book from me ho won't  return it iit all."���������Chlongo Hocord.  and trader, to have' him run for the  Legislature, but his ambition does not  run ln political directions.    Mr. Mac-  into crumbs,  of our whiskey  out of the window  whole flock: had pounced upon  It ^yas with no little anxiety that we  watched them as they acquired a jag.  Tlio  rest  is  soon told.   Tho pie was  ail   right.    As  long  as' we- can  rustle  enough  whiskey to  soak the  crumbs,  need never go hungry till the last  we  pigeon is gone.  us some clay.  Come" and dine with  the whole of the community  their troubles "'with the certainty of  finding relief, wc have never yet been  able to discover. But now that we  have dispensed with an ollice altogether and are running this paper  under our hat, wc shall avoid all" this  future.    People ���������, used to come to us  "A. S. Rosenroll is certainly the most  competent'man, so far as ability and  qualifications arc concerned, to represent us In the Legislative Assembly  at Regina, and ?we had,: better ..make' up  our minds to cast our votes In his  favor and be ou tho winning side.  Tho    high    road    in  they Pleasant  Valley outside Mr. Rodberg's fence is  of danger to:  Whose business  fixing of this  can bring thoroughfare?  Why the editor of a mammoth moral ^fS������-���������,  ^^SUl^r^^rrXm J-^M^aayd    to the  .U-3HT IT.  Where Protection Comes In  A comerclal mau writing X to the  Buffalo Express on Canada'E progress  says: "The National Policy of 1S7S-0  gavo Canada a uew lease of life. Tho  duty on foreign goods compelled the  C8_a...������tn people to buy Canadian  goods. Jt taught-them that Canadians could make just as good articles  as we could, and manufacturing, carefully protected, throve. We (the United States) lost this trade and we  will never regain it. Her manufacturers are, liko our own, seeking  foreign markets. Her natural products compete with ours abroad, and  If her transporting facilities are not  equal to ours, they are improving  dally. She outstrips us now in cheese,  her hams, and bacon bring a higher  price in Britain than ours; her Manitoba wheat is always from two pence  to three pence a quarter ahead of  ours, and she is independent of us in  through tra__c from the Atlantic to  the Pacific. I can find an army of  salesmen who would like nothing  better than to see the tariff wall Canada has against us broken down. We  could load that country with vehicles  of every kind from a $6 cart to the  Governor General's landau. Our  pianos, organs, everything in the iron  and steel industry, from tacks to complete mining plants, rubber goods,  varnishes, jutes, - cottons, tapestries,  brocatelles, even woodenware would  replace Canadian made, and In. placo  of making carriages her mechanics  would repair shafts or fit spokes.  Tee total Dominion majority for  prohibition as far as con bo ascertained Is 11,630.  A sensation has been caused in the  west by tho report that the Golden  Cache cleo.n up has been stolon.  Hk������ i^rlsh-ieu Were Determined .,__ Fir*  at Leant One Shot.  Pnt nnd Miko wero fnst friends. ? Where  0!io wns tho other \yns nlso. It bapponeil  that' Mike wus compelled to go into th':  navy, aud Put became his voluntary com  cade.  Thoy took a long cruise on tbo gunboat  lo whlch.they wero nssignod, but on re-  turiiiiif. 'to their -iniivo Cork wore compelled to admit thnt they had uot fired a  tingle shot.  "Thot's bad!" snid Miko to his friend  "aj~th"ey~~"Tero~~"oi~"_eck~:"by~one of "he���������big���������  guns, '"i'ho boys will be nfther laughing  at us when thoy know thnt niver n sho'  wns fired on tho wholo cruise." Than,  after n moment's thought: . IX'll toll -yc  Pat, we cun go to shorn with thnt record,  so we can't. .Let's fire this, big ������nn 617  oaco jist fer luck:"  "Good boy I" eaid Pat.    And thoy -won:  to work.  ."Suddenly Mike weakened  "Soy, Pot," said he,,'.! when tho admiral  goon around th. ship conntln the coiinoy  ball and this one is raissln tbern'll b.jt.ln  flivil to pay."  Pat scratched his heHd.  1 I'll tell ye what." ha exclaimed.   "I'll  go down aiul  get n wnsh   boiler, st'in-1 in  front, entch tho boll, ami then wa'll put il  pack usaln,     How's thnt. "  "Good!" snid Mike. "Yo'r" a dni.<.y.  to yc aro!"  I'll" wns aa good nrhisvrnrd. Hn sn__!"i:<!  below nnd soon returned with _ copprv  wn_h lioller, taklns n position in front cf  the blc t?un, ready to catch tho ball.  "Aro ye ready".caller) Miko.  "Vis," ."Hid Pat squeami.hly, "but l^t  tr go n������yltkc. Mciikc."  Banc! The thunder of the Mk gun  bronsht thp adm'.rnl and his brother o'.'ti-  eers from below.  "Heru, horu!" cried '.he commiinuer.  "Whet's this yoinx on hero?"  Miko w.-.s shivering ln his shoes, pnle ns  ��������� ghost.  "Well, yor honor," ho stuttorcd, "ye  soe, .It "were this way: Pat and I wer������  thinkin how ns we had been for n month's  criii_.o and nir.r once did wo firo a shot.  So sez Pat to nie"���������  "Whnt oro you jabbering about?"  Krowled tho admiral, giving tho mnn a  stroke with tbo flat of his sword. "Yon  can't l.bm.. it on anybody else. You are  here nil alone, sir."  "Holy smoke!" cried Miko. "f tako mo  oath that Pat wns hero just this minutes"���������  "But where is hei now'-"  "I���������I don't know," faltered the shiver.  Ing nomr.ido, peering through tho smoke,  "but I think, yor honor, tliat ho's gono to  shorn ia n. wash bailor!"���������Naw York  Woild.   Coal Creek, B. C. is to havo a newspaper.  Crow's Nest contractors are suing  the C. P. K. for moneys alleged to bo  duo  them.  Joseph Vallct was fined ?10i) and  costs at South Edmonton last "Week  for selling liquor to an Interdicted  man.    There aro others.  "William J. Hayter, aged 3-1, was instantly killed in tne Le Roi mine last  i ���������_���������?<._. by a fallinc rock.  in .........   - ���������....  with such very strange troubles. One  man. Cor example,' camo in and asked  us what he should do with his dog.  The', neighbors, he said, wished to  shoot it because it had a playful habit  of biting chunks outof their legs  listed to have the dog shot, as it  a pet and his wife's best friend,  saving her the necessity of wasbing  the dishes.' We cheered him up by  telling bim there was no particular  reason   for  shooting  It will be a prood day tor. Wetaskiwin when she gets sidewalks. During  daylight tliere i.s not much danger,  because one can see to avoid the pitfalls, obstacles and sudden drops. At  night, however, it were wise to keep  out in the [.middle of the road. We  were ^walking up the street a few  nights ago with a commercial traveller.,., who was regaling us with his  views on the Dreyfus case. Ho had  just started to explain to us what tho  bordereau was when he fell head over  heels off the little strip of sidewalk.  Gathering himself up, after a good  deal of cussing, he went on to tell us  what a deep chap that Count Ester-  the  dog. Neither hazy  was.  how tlie bordereau was a  He  was  there was.  strychine?  What wras the matter with  forged document, and   was commencing on a very complicated account of  .   .   ��������� the  secret    police    methods  in  Paris  Then   there  was  another  man  who when we arrived at a point where a  brought in his bov and asked advice fresh and unexpected stratum of side-  as  to  the  occupation   in  life  thi. lad  should follow.   He explained Ins good  points, dilating especially upon the  young man's social ambitions, his  noble aim in life, his immense attainments, his love of learning and what  .not.. .Wejisked the young man if he  .couI3~ play_pT5"0lr~"niniarus;���������and��������� poker,  to which he responded earnestly.  T '. '*  with  the  accent on  the  Can  ..._.   -...     'can".  "Then" said we kindly laying our hand  on his noblo head and turnin? to the  _ irr, "he ought to roak. a good bartender." The old man thanked us  with tears in his eys, and away they  w.nt up the strict, the father with  a proud gleam in hie eye and the boy  with head erect. Wc strivo ir,  people  happy.  walk rises to an elevation of some  four inches. Of course the gentleman  tripped on it and fell on his nose.  Wiping the blood from his face, he  went on to say that Dreyfus was a  much injured man. The words were  ito .sooner out of his mouth than he  tiimbieir_'iiieacllohl;-��������� over-"the��������� little  picket fence into Mrs. Ambler's garden. The sight"^>f this commercial  traveller, who was perfectly sober,  crawling back to the hotel on his  hands and knees was really very  amusing.       <,  The -.addest blow ever Inflicted upon  ua (ner.t to the time our best girl  threw us down for a tit tiff) rn caused  recently by a letter we received trom  Mr. R. A. Ruttan, tho land agent at  l-Mmonton, t'-llin^ ur- that our home-  Mead was ("inrclle'l_ XVe had resided  frr-qui-ntly dn the hnmo..'.. ;nl, had dug  .-.ovr-rul well:- and a Inv.-Iy i-.-llar, lived  off our n".irest neighbor, borrowed  money    from the Loan    company   on  We have in our writings innocently  make Caused .so iriiich offence ���������'���������'that wo can-  rot move around ��������� town at all now  1 without getting a roasting from somebody. So regular has this become  that wo K'jlrloni niovy out of doors,  preferring lik. the Popo to,remain a  virtual prinuiu-r in our Vatican, rather  I ban buffer tl.e slings and arrows oC  -lurag.oii:" fortune on the. sidewalk  at iiie .lands of indignant, subscribers.  Our room is in tlio old Walker House,  ii|i!i"iir-. Mr;-t renm lo the left. Tli'.'  uiniiow ioiiii!i;inds a magnificent view  of the hog    penft.      If you  are on a  it   anrl  fulfilled  the homestead  duties fiiciinly  .isu knock  three times;  but  in every way even to getting credit on if yon are contemplating doing us up  this  year's  doubtfi:l   crop.     And  now,  you need'nr  and now. at one fell swoop our happy  jVi   you  in.  rural home is ruthlessly taken from us  simply because   we are   raiding   hers  and 'no  living    in  the    bush.      Why.  the  government ought to give  two or  three  homeste.a _s  to any one who  Is  fatuous enough to reside np her^ and (]o0).   which  edit, a newspaper. .-vino-"' th.  knock at all, as we wont  Jen-/ Tlovi-s hears are getting ioo  familiar      On   waking    up   the  other  iiiornintr ill.  larger of the bears was  standing   looking  in  at  our  bedroom  as open.    He   .rjem'sd to  r.-iiest    curiosity  in  our  ���������   -   ��������� 'r-MBblishmem.     We    had  read  some-  1     Ir. talking with a girl you must se- v here, of the disconcerting - effect  of  leet subjects that interest her specially, mc. human ey<~ on the lower animals.  Platitudes about current events  always prove an awful frost, and any  reference to yourself���������unless she loves  you, which she never does���������will be  received with withering indifference.  We stumbled into the following dialogue one day during early harvest:  We: We've had some closj calls  from  frobt these  nighfs.  She: {languidly)     Is tha'   s,?  We: Yes: we'll all go broke if a bad  frost comes just  now.  She: linking at an object about, two  miles off):    Well!  We: Were you at church last Sunday ?  She (aba-~~~tly):    Ts that so ?  We (v.xr.dl: T was asking : cu If  yan were at church last Sundit.-.  She:     What was that again *  We (sharply) Were you at chureh  ast Sunday?  She:    No.  We: I saw Miss ���������:��������� out. walking  last Sunday. She was kikini; -fry  pretty in a charming drcs3���������I'.ijht blue  f  think it  wns.  She:   You did ch ? 'Well'let me tell miieat beyond  you she looked a perfect frlsht.   I saw portng������j.  Where The7 Wero.  i .eft v������  Sandy MncSwat���������Hoot, mon! Ha' J*  sninmiit for freckles?  Clerk���������Certainly. Rub this lotion ob  your face at night.  MncSwat���������it's n long wno fra my fao������  to my legs.���������New York Journal.  - Tlie ~_n������b������nd ~V������i Blcht.  "What's tho trouble? What's tho trou  bio all about?" asked tho tramp as be approached tho farmhouse whero ��������� tho man  and his wife were having a heated discus  Dion.  ��������� "Why, my husband claims that thore  aro ducks that novor go in the water, and  I told him that all ducks go into tbe water," suit! the feronlo.  "Well, your husband's right," eaid the  tramp, taking off his hat' "I hates to disagree with a lady ot your reflnoment,, but  I miist confess that I'm one of those duoks  what your husband refers to."���������Yonkcrs  Statesman.  "Children and'Foole.'  Mrs. De  Cheddar (consort of a retired  ohoescniongor)���������Whnt I" believes in, Hon.-  Mr. Von Furst, In rank.    Give ma rank  aforo anything, I says.    -  I      Tommy Von Furst (obtruding himsolf  suddenly)���������Why, you hnvo rank I  Mrs. Do Cheddar (pleased)���������Not yot,  darlin, but wo 'avo 'opes somo day. whun  the queon 'as time to think about us.  Tommy Von Furst���������Oh, but fathor said  yesterday that you uud your husband always had been rank outsiders and always  would be!���������Pick Mo Up.  The rilcht of Time.  "Who was that young' man who stooi"  out nt tho front gate so long last night,"  asked Mabel's father.  "Thnt was Hcrbcrt,".sho roplied as she  wlpod tho corner of her'oyo. "Ho oame to  ���������ay goodby forever." ���������"  "Humph I I thought he must have ioiim;  siich ambition, and it's n good thing 1  ���������lammed tho shutters. He said goodby fo"  two hours and a quarter as it nut."���������  Washington Star."  IMPERIAL B/^NK  "���������OF CANADA  fit-ad Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital $2,000,000  Reserve    -   -   -    -   1,200,000  Directors:  H. S. Howland, President  T.R.Merntt, Vice Pres., (St.Oatharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jallray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Stayner  Eliub Rogers.  D. R. Wilkin, Goneral Manngor.  Branohee  North West and British Columbia  Brandon      Portafce la V aucoiivei  Calgary Prairie Winnipeg  Edmonton   Prince Albert   ftevelatoke  South Kdmonton,  ONTjVRIO.  Essex Niagara Falls   ISt. Ihomns  Furgua        Port Colborne iTorowto  Gait Rat Portage     | Welland  tugersoll    Sault. St. Mariei Woodctoi k  St, Catharines |  Montreal, Quebec.  Agents   in   Great   Britain���������Lloyd''  Bh.uk,   Ltd., 72 Lombard St.,   London,  with whom money  may be depend���������'"'  for transfer  by  letter or cuble to  of above branches.  Agents in the United States���������fit-n  York, wBank of Montreal, Bank . t  America; Chicago, First National  Bank: St, Paul, Second National Batik  Savings Bank Departinent-^Depositb  of i~l and upwards ' received and  interest allowed..  Debentures ��������� Provincial, Municipal  and other debentures purchased.   ���������  Draftsand Letters of Credit���������Available at all points in ..Canada, United  Kingdom, United StateH, Europe,  India, China, Japan, Australia, New  Zealand, etc  ; Gold Purchased  This Bank Issues Special 'Receipts  which will be accounted fop at, any of  tho Hudson's Bay Co's .'. Posts In' the  Yukon anl-northern districts.  A. Ii. B. HEARN,  Manager Revelstoke: Brar. _h  TI)E MOLSONS SANK  Incorporated by Act o������ I'.'ii'lituieiii. IsM  Paid up Capita!     ���������     ���������M.OOO.l.&O  RestFuqd   -    -     -    1,500,000  Head Office���������Montreal  BOARD OF OIBBOTORS  ..'���������W..Molson Macpherson, President  S..H. Ewing, Vice-President ���������  W. M. Ramsay Henry Archbah  Samuel Finley   J. P. Clcghorn  II. M.'irkliind Molson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Managoi  A. D. Durnford,  Inspector  H. Lockwood, A"siHtnnl., Inspector  The bank receives or. favourable  tonus the accounts of indiv id tiala, firms,  hankers and municipal and other  corporations.  Interest, allowed on ilciinaitH at  current rates.  ICuglisli and Auiei'ici.!i exchange  bought and sold at lowi-i.!. raw.  BRA_"OH_k. :  Aylmer, Ont.  Brock villi', Ont.  Calgnry, 'Alta.  Clinton, Out.  Uxi .(ir. Ont.  H.iiii'.'.l.iii, Out,  Ijiiiidcn, Out,.        ���������  Mi.__-_i>rd. Oni���������  ���������M.iiil.!"t'.U, P. Q.. -|  . St. Catbariue    |  ' S*.,. fhaiich. i  .Morfisliurg.'hit. i  N'orwi-h, Ont/ '  Siiiicoe, X"Ontario;  * Victoria,' 11. C  Revelstoke Branch:  J. D. MOLSON, Manager.  Uttaw.i, Out.  Own Suiiiid, Ont,  Ridt^-town, Ont.  Suii'tii.-i b'l'.llH. 0..i  Sorul. P. Q  St. Tboinai.,  Out  Tuvoii:.!!, Out  T.irniito.luiic'is.Oiil  'i\c:-.:.i,ii, Out.  Wnturloo, Onl  Woodstock, Onl,  Wiimii..'it, Mnn  Vancouver, I", C.  Revelstoke,  B. C.  Quebec.  so we gazed at him steadily for about  four seconds. Then v;e Jumped hastily throuuh the. window, carrying  sash and all with us, for the bear was  romins; towards us on his hind legs.  Sir. Bruin made a pass for nv, v-ilh his  right paw, but fell short. On our return afterwards with; a posse of .bear  tamers he had gone, but tb" room  looked as if a private cyclone had  struck it. The human **'_ scheme i-;  no-good with bears.  Silver is up to S5~_ and the Slocan  rejoices.  There is moro work than laborers  n tho west just nowJ  Fire seriously damaged tho Macleod  Methodist parsonage last week.  Tho Nelson Miner ends a list of  comments on the plebiscite with:  'There will be" run at Ottawa shortly."  Hon. John Costigan, M. P., has re-  urned from Peace river.   He went 15  the   Rocky   Mountain  8ob"ie'-'_.at kconsltteiit.  "Show him up," she said ns sho looked  et the card presented iind saw that it was  that of nn unfavored suitor.  A littlo later she announced to hoi  den rest friend that sho hnd promptly  v'turnod him down."  Thus wo seo that woman In as much ol  it contradiction and a rlddlo os evor tn  thoso who do not study her with a slang  dictionary.���������Chicago Post.  - ~~"rappecl.  Attorney���������You say this dofendantkiaiod  ynu in a dark room?  ToirPlulntifr���������Yes, sir. .       ,.   _    ..  Aitornoy���������Will you ploais explain to  tho-Dourfc how you came to enter a darh  room with tho defendant?.  Pair Plaintiff���������Oh, it wasn't dark when  wo went in. .1 turned tho light out after-  ward.���������New York World.    .  "Not Particular XCnoagh.  "You will marry n tall, dark gentle,  ���������nan," said tbo fortune teller, examining  tho lines In tho fair hand.  "Thnt doesn't help rho," dospalrlngly  replied tho lovely blond who had called to  consult hor. "All six of them aro tall,  dark gentlemen I'.'.���������Nuggets.  Convenient.  Ferry���������That Isn't much of a tailor you  nru p.itroni'jting now.  Ilargreuvei���������I know lie Isn't much of a  fitter, but ho Is so shortsighted? ho can't  recognize n man ten feet away.���������Cincinnati Enquirer.  Xnured.  "I always call on Miss Gimp and MIsa  Panks tho samo ovenlng."  "What's that for?"  "After I hnvo heard ono talk lean stand  It to hear tho othor ono sing."���������Chicago  Hocord.  Would Not Taku Ilia Own Medicine.  Criiost (in cheap roitaurant)���������Hero, walt-"  ���������rl This meal is simply vilo. I won't pay  for It.    Whore's tho proprietor?  Walter���������Ho's out at lunch, sir.���������S������w  ���������fork World.  Wu Another Story.  "What Is that you have thoro?" inquired  the editor as Mr. Kipling entered tb* oflice.  "That?" said tho famous author. "Oh  that's another story."���������New York Truth  A Caae of ~Plce Verea.  The Village Doctor���������Hack ,fron_ -Sen  York, eh? 1 suppose you took io the town  Hezeklah (sadly)���������Nopo; 'twai t _U_ei  way round.���������Alaril*'* __Cag������al_������.  /"-H-TROH    Of  x*J   lt.iv.'.l'tokn  Canadian  Pacific  Railway.  AND SC O PACIFIC LINE.  CHURCH DIR-SCTOKY.  KTlToDlST OH UHCII - Rovulstoko.  PrauuliinK sorvicjn al 11 a. in a d 7:30  p.m. iiia.s inoetini. ut. Llio ul,,_n! ,f tho  iiiornint< servico. >utili-tli r'clio-"'! nml Biblo  flliiss nt 2:30 p.m. Wu-kly li nyer -.'ccting  every Wedncstiay cvin inur m 7:110 Ii m. The  ptiliieuro cordially inviicd.    Se-.tri fr.-o.  ltKV. H. .1. THU.MP.Si'iN.'P.i.tor.  ENliLAKD-Hi. P.tor's  llo'ii. ol ��������� b--"-vici": Kvenini;  ln.'iji'i" tl liv nt 5 o'clock Fiiiii.js ut 7:30.  miiiiIiijv in d -"oalivnls:;? Iloly.riiiniiiiiiiion at,  a in.. mureiiiR prayer ut 11. yiiini���������y School  i.nil Bilile CI117S at 2:3 \ n\*o. inl. iin.y. r at 7:30.  First." ii inlay, in thn inouili Ho!)1? Communion  at: inorninR services.  .    .        FRANK A. FORD. Vicar.  PilKSBM'EltlAN CH UKCTI���������Reyelatoke.  Worvice evr.r.x Wui.cluy tiiltiL.iu. i.rul 7:~~0  p.m Bib'e I'l-w m 2::>0 p.in:, to whioh  ull nre - welcome. Prayer n.:. cling i*l H p.m.  every Wudiiuhiiti) .  KlCV. T. MENZrES.'Pi'stor.  UATHill.Ii!   OtlUKOU ��������� Rcvcl-X  lbvt at'tt iliird 6iiiiilaye in  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV. KATHEU THAYEK.  SALVATIOM AIIMY-Mroliiigsiv ry night  in their lm 1 on l''runt S.re,.t,  I > OMAN  *���������������.   sloke.     TVlt-is  Shortest and  Quickest Route   .  To Eastern aud Europpfin points.  To  Pacific Const, Alti"-ku, GTiiim.  Japan and Anstmlhi^  TOURIST  CARS  Pass Revelstoko daily to St.  Paul, except Wvcl net-day to  eastern points.  Magnificent sleepiiiK mid dining  cars on all trains.  Tickets issued tln(mph_and  baggage checked to di'siination.  .East.  7.40k.  DAILY"-TRAINS.      ..  West.  -Ive. 17.201c  Ive���������-Revelstoke  TO AND PROM   KOOTENAY POINTS.  8.C0k..lve���������Revelstoke���������mi*..K).301c  For    information,   time    cards:,  uiaps~and--tickets-apply-t(~^ ���������- -���������  T. W. BRADSHAW,  Agent, Revelstoke.  W.   F.    Anderson,  Travelling  Passenger Agent, Nelson.-  E. J. Coy__-, District Passenger  Agent, Vancouver.  fyevelstoKe Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   hand.  Drs McKechnie   and  Jeffs, Attendants.  Dp. .Malloefe  Physician nod Surgoon, McKcnr.io  Avenue, Hovcletoko Station, B. C.  We Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  a^ Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR S POT CASH  Call and see us.-We.can fix you  1    REVELST0K������ SAW MILLS  Bevelatoke Station, B. C.  J. H- Hull  & Company  Butchers    end    -Wholesale   and  R.tail Dealers in Beef, Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  II  A11 orders in our line prompt y  flUc-I ��������� ���������  Loyal Orange   Lodge, No. 1658.  ltuj-'iilnr nici'iing-i-iirn held in tlio  Odd follow-.' II l!.nn the sc ond and'  fointn.'.Wi'.IiiukIuvh of each month  ill 7:30 ti.ni. Vioi.lui; brethren  co'ii atlv.invi!i'd.       .   -  Ilr. T. J tl*J, "W. M.;   T .1  Or..hnin������. Rrc. See.  W.O. lllria-y. Kin. S.-_;    it..". Wil-on, Treoa.  Court   Mt. .Begbie,  I.O.F.. No/3461.  M.'Pts ' in the Odd-  fel ows* Hall on- tho  -lid nnil lib Pildaysof  ciicli iiiinilh. Visiting  li'iithren invilod , to  ntlenn  .1   B.Scott, C. R.  .1 71,''.Smith, It, S-  Tl^e Revelstoke  Pfooto Company  Revelstoke, B. C:  STUDIO: IIOUGL AS STREET  Sam Reeflhara  Giothes  Cicancd  Altered  Repaired  In Good Style nt I/west l"rico.<.  Dour.T.AS Strkkt  ll,I~!V~~!I,STOKTC  CHOICEST        *   ;  CISJIRiS  TOBACCOS  .CIGARETTES  . SOFT DR.IJ-K.S  ICE CREJIjW SODJIS  ICE G&EJUk  EioyclcB   Repaired ond  Kor Hire.  R. ABJAYTJiB  lulGtf- TIIIitD STREET CENTRJ5.  If You Want.  PDRE  GOW'S.JV-ILK,  Ou.rontecd Unadulterated.  "���������'  --:-"-''^-^^~^"-S  ;������������������- .yj&i&syi'  - %������^B  So to TJ^E EUROPE DJIIRY  ijiiw. v. Jur.i.iN.  LJ\. FKETZ  Contractor and Buildep.  Shop opposite Imperial Ba.nl;.  Jftx  WorkroanBhlp Cu  Gush ���*A'riT*rw.?trf+*T?n^.<*^**e'**rtu'i'v&':
??-*i>\ii&^#^er<��ttj^i&i<?+'l^^*^.-7r?
ONE HUNDRED   tl. S. SOLDIERS
MURDERED
THE     QUEEN     IN     DANGER
��� _	
Sickness Among the Soudan Troops���
The Powers Coerce Tutkcy���
Snow in Minnesota
SICKNESS   AMONG   TROOPS
New York, October 5.���Over 25" per
cent of the United States s_l<Jlcr- tit
Porto Rlco arc sick.
NEW   BATTLESHIP
Tho  United   States   line   of   battle
ship   Illinois   was   launched   at  Newport   News   yesterday.
DREYFUS   CASE
London,   October  5.���It  is   reported
that a revision o�� the Dr.yfus case U
assured.
SNOW   IN   MINNESOTA
Minneapolis',    October    6.���Heavy
snow storms aro reported to h-vo occurred in Minnesota yesterday.
APPROPRIATING    STATE    FUNDS
Now York.October 6.���Senator Quay
and others wero yesterday held on a
charge of" appropriating sta'o  funds.
TROOPS IN THE SOUDAN
London.October 6.���Sickness among
the troops comprising Genet al Kitchener's army is reported to bj increasing.
DREYFUS  CASE
The  Dreyfus- case has been at1 "inst
entered for trial ou the court doskct.
THE  QUEEN IN DANGER
Her majesty Queen Vic'.oria had a
very narrow escape from serious injury yesterday in a runaway at 13-1-
moral.
ULTIMATUM TO TURKEY
The great powers cf Europs, C.reit
Britain,   Russia.   France   and    Italy
jointly   demand   the   immediate  evacuation of Crete by the Turks.
,  EPISCOPAL ' CHURCH   COUNCIL
"Washington, Octobar li.���The tri-
enial council of the Episcopal Protestant church ot the United States was
���was formally opened in Washington
yesterday. -
SERIOUS INDIAN TROUBLES
Minneapolis,   October   G.���A   battle
���was   fought   yesterday   morning    be-'
tween   United   States   regular   troops
under tho command of Gfneral Eacon
and the Bear Island Indians.    During
tbe fight it is stated that fount" United
��*'States  soldiers were  killed  and  nine
more or less injured.   The los; of the
Indians   cannot  at  present  bo  ascar-
tained.    General  Bacon  had  marched
to Bear Island to enforce the authority  of  the United  States  marshal   in
that district.    The marshal had caused   the, arrest  of  several   Indians  on
account   of   various   offences,   but   a
party of their friends ou  tlio reserve
had - rescued   them, .and - refused���to
give   them   up' to  the.  authorities.
INDIAN   MASSACRE
St. Paul. October G.���An unconfirmed  rumor  has" reached  here that 10D
soldiers  of  the  regular; troops  under
the command of .General Bacon ��� have
been  massacred  by. Indians at Leech
Lake.
,LATER
The telegraph operator at Braiasi'd
states that the news of tho maBsacre
Is true. " a
SIXTY-TWO     THOUSAND
LARS STOLEN
DOL
AN   EXTRAORDINARY THEFT
Slashed With a Razor���The Ashcroft
Trail���Plenty of Provisions in lhe
Yukon���I he Plebiscite
Winnipeg, October G.���Tho' Moltons
lii'iinch' bank at .Winnipeg "hus' been
robbed of ?G2.000.".Tho robbery took
place between September 28th and
Oclober Ith. No violence hail keen
used to force tho safe and it is evident
that the robbery has boon committed
by some one who hail thoXcomblnation
of the safe. The money taken is
���(7,000 bank notes and 25 clearing
house ccrtillcates.
Tho polico have not the slightest
cltto to tho 'perpetrators of the robbery. All tho employes declare their
innocence and yet tbe money must
have heen taken by some, one In the
confidence of the. bank.  .
WHEAT GRADES
"The wheat    grades for    X89S    havo
fixed.
STORM   IN   GEORGIA
One huudrcil lives are reported to
liavo been lost iu the late disastrous
storm in Georgia.
THE ASHCROFT TRAIL
Tho stories of the terrible hardships encountered on lhe Ashcroft
trail aro stated to bo very much exaggerated.
LAKE OF WOODS MILLING CO.
Tho Lake of the Woods Milling Co.
have declared a dividend of eight par
cent for tho year just completed.
PROVISIONS IN THE YUKON
lt is estimated that there are 20,000'
tons of provisions at various points
cu the Yukon river. . ,
SLASHED WITH A RAZOR
During    a fight hut -..night    in  tho
Norlh End Hotel, Winnipeg, a -young
man  was slashed  with a razor.
EXTRAORDINARY THEFT
Quebec. October G.���A most extraordinary and mysterious occurrence
has taken place in this city. The
statue of General Wolfe has been
stolen. Particulars not obtainab'e at
present.
MONTREAL AND  PROHIBITION
Montreal, October G.���Le" Soliel.
Montreal, declares that prohibition
has been defeated in Montreal by a
majority of over 9.000 votes.
LATEST
NEWS    OF   THE
ROBBERY
BIG
DAWSON   CITY    GAMBLERS
The Grain Standard���Illness of Commissioner Hcrchmer ��� C. P. R.
Fr.-ight���-Canadian ��e.l Catch.
Winnipeg, October    ".���No    further
Important developments are  reported
in.: thn  Molson's Bank robbery.
ELECTION CASE
Tho East Lanibtoii election case
auainst Petty-price hits " practically
failed.
RETURNING GOLD MINERS
.Several  Manitobans    are cn    their
wav back from the Yukon with considerable amounts of gold.
GRAIN STANDARD
The grain standard board have selected the principal wheat grades.
DAWSON CITY GAMBLERS
A batch of gamblers in Dawson City
have been apprehended and fined by
order of Ogiivie. "
OTTAWA'S POPULATION
Ottawa, October 7.���-The population
of tho city of Ottawa according to the
latest estimato is 5G.CO0. '���
COMMISSIONER  HERCHMER
Regina,   October    7.-���Commissioner
Herchmer/of the North West mounted
oolice, is reported to he seriously ill.
C. P. R. FREIGHT
Montreal, Oclober 7.���'lhe question
of Canadian Pacific railway ireigtit
differential has been arranged to bs
left,to arbitration.
CANADIAN   SEALERS
Quebec, October - 7.���The extraordinary largo catch reported by the
Canadian sealeis enittoly disproves
the contention of the United States
that the herds of seals are diminishing
QUEBEC   CONFERENCE     .
The Quebec conference will, adjourn
on Monday next, to meet again in the
Citv of Washington on November 1st.
Tho Questions now-befoie ths conference have been narrowed down
to thosf of reciprocity, Behring Sea
fisheries and ��� the Alaskan, boundaries.
ANGLICAN  DIOCESES
Toronto, October 7.���The Ontario
Anglican dioceses have decided to
separate themselves from the .Ecclesiastical province of Canada.
ENGAGEMENT   WITH   THE   INDIANS AT  LEECH LAKE
AN ULTIMATUM  TO TURKEY
Forget is
Governor
THE    YUKON    ..CHARGES
Accused   of    Poisoning   Her
Husband
THE "MOLSONS BANK ROBBERY
Across the Atlantic in an Air Ship���
The Empress of China���Return of
the Guards-Ye'low Fever*
New York'.October 7.���Yellow fever
is spreading in Louisana.
GEORGIA  ELECTIONS
Tho state of'Georgia-elections have
been carried by the Democrats.
ANTI  SCALPING  LEAGUE
' An   anti   scalping   league   has   been
formed  by  tho  railway  men  ot  the
United   States.
SERIOUS" FLOODS
'. Central Now York and 'part-.of Vermont arc badly damaged by the recent
Hoods.
RETURN  OF  THE  GUARDS
London, October 7.���The Grenadier
Guards arrived in London yesterday
from Egypt.
EMPRESS   OF  CHINA
London, October 7.���The powei" of
the Empress of,China has been duly
established.
��� " AN  AIR   SHIP
An Austrian inventor of an air ship
proposes to cross the Atlantic iu his
uovel vessel, and is sanguine ot being
able to perform the journey in four
days.
ULTIMATUM TO TURKEY
Constantinople,. October 7.���A collective note to the porte has been received, demanding the withdrawal of
the Turkish troops from Crete and
an answer is required by October 12.
The   council   of   foreign   admirals   at
Cannes have taken the necessary
measures to enforce, the terms of the
note.
WORSE THAN, SPANIARDS
Washington, October 7.���Secretary
Bliss informed the war department
yesterday afternoon that he had received a despatcb from the Indian
Agent Tinker' stating that the boat
had just arrived from the scene of
the Indian distrubance and reporting that Major Wilkinson, one sergeant and four privates had been kill-'
ed. The deputy marshal was wounded and an Indian police oflicer killed.
A despatch has also been received
stating that 200 troops were on their
way to the scene of action and were
not considered  to  be enough for the
requirements. The newspaper correspondents-are. safe.
not competition. Tho Rev. Principal
gave as prizes a bridle, halter, pair
of hobbles, and a pair of lacod boots,
all th'e work of tho pupils In the
school. i
After a luncheon served by the management to the visitors and Indians a,
programme of sports wus begun and
afforded great amusement to aU pruls-
ent. A tug'of war between the north
and south reserves ended after a gr��at
deal of shouting ami excitement in ft
victory for tho south.
The most amusing fotituve. of tho
day was the baby show. Tho lady
judges expressing the opinion that it
woulil lie wlso to deter giving their
decision until they .were-safe oft tho
reserve, however, when the doelsion
was given, they till seemed perfectly
satisfied ns encb mothei' of course
knew that lliere was only one.perfect
'baby- and  that she had It.
The prizes were distributed by the
Indian commissioner, who expressed
liis gratification at the success of the
first fair, and the amount of intorest
taken in it by 'the Indians and the
hope that their fair next year would
be a greater success.
Tho judges for the day wore: For
bread work, needle work, and school
work, Mrs. Laffeity, Mrs. Shore and
Mrs. Spafford of Calgary, and Mrs.
Moffat of the Regina Industrial school
For bread butter and jam: Mrs.
Clark of Crowfoot, Mrs. Knight and
Mrs.  Finnigan  of Glelchcn.
For roots and grain: Mr. Stevens
of Namaka and Mr.Brunton of Glei-
chen.
For live stock: Mr. Clark of Crowfoot, Mr. Brown of Arbuthnott,
Quecnstown, and Mr. Spafford of Calgary.
The committee desire to thank the
ladies and gentlemen who so kindly
gave their assistance towards making
the fair, a success.
The Indians have finished their hay
contract satisfactorily and are now-
busy threshing thoir-grain and putting their houses in order for the
winter. Irrigation will bo ��� done this
fall., The fair was *ag reat success
and the Indians have taken greater
interest    in it than was' oxpected.
A5'6
T.HE .MINING EXGHJINGE
FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE
Best $1.00 a day house in tov.ii.
Tlie bar is _u~~i_lied with the beat brands of Wiuei,
Liquor")   and   Cigars.
Free Bus .Meets Till Trains.
GUS LUJSt.D Proprietor
F. JVteCJIRXi
./Wholesale and Ketail Dealer in	
PRIME BEEF, PORK.
7AIDTT0J- JUiD SJllDSJlfiE
Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoke,
llevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.
Columbia House
The' largest hotel   in   town.        Centrally    located
Choice   Wines,   Liquors   and   Cigare
Best    accommodation. Kates    SI     per    day
Brown & Pool, Proprietors
REVELSTOKE
FROM  THE  NORTH
MURDER CHARGE AT   OTTAWA
The Chinese
Question
POWERS AGREE TO TERMS
A  Dreadful  Accident  Occurs
��� in   India
SICKNESS IN THE U. S. TROOPS
Evacuation of Porto Rico ��� Ni-w Battle-
: ship--Dreyfus Case.
London, October 5.���A spe:ial dispatch- from Bombay says: A ferry
boat capsized yesterday While crossing
the. Indus at Nitkund-Kote, a town of
the Punjab on the west? bank, of the
river, and that 109 passengers were
drowned.
London, October 5.���It is reported
that an  understanding has been  arrived   at  between  Russia and Great
Britain on the Chinese question.
EPISCOPAL  CHURCH   '
vi-nshington,   October   5.���A   general convention of the Episcopal church
"of the United States is to be opened
at Washington tcday.
EVACUATION  OF  PORTO RICO
New York, October 5���The evacuation of Porto Rico by the Spanish
troops is nearly completed,
Brindley Mills and R. G. Grant, of
a Montreal Klondyke syndicate, have
returned from a fruitless attempt to
penetrate the Ashcroft. route. Jl They
report Sir William Curtis' body still
missing and charge the Indians with
foul play in""���' connection with the
.matter.
Tho pastor of Grace church, Win-
lipeg, asked his congregation the
"ther Sunday evening for $11,600 to
reduce tho debt and put In a new
foundation and1 tho responso was so
Ibcral that when, tho wsubscriptions
wero counted it was found that $16,-
300.25 had boon raised.
The other day in Victoria, B.-C, the
flywheel of a wood sawing machine
broke and a piece ot tho wheel measuring two by six Inches passed through
the body of a man who was operating
it, named Peter Grice, tearing out his
heart and part of his liver, which
were picked up on the street by the
police.
Prohibition Legislation- The Boat Race
At Rat Portage
Ottawa, October 5.���It is now believed that a sub-committee of the
privy council will investigate the
charges against the Yukon officials.
OUR NEW LIEUT.-GOVERNOR
~~���Ar-ID.���I'"oi*gct~r~ludian~-commiBsfbnerr
of Winnipeg, has been appointed
Lieutenant-Governor of the North'
West Territories, to succeed the late
Governor" Cameron.
The Hon. David Laird, forme: ly
lip.utenant-govei-nor of tho Territories,
will succeed "Forget as Indian commissioner.   -
DKYDEN   RE-NOMINATED
Toronto,   October    5.���Hon;  John
Dryden has been renominated by the
Liberals of South Ontario.
ACCUSED OF POISONING
Mrs.   Sparling   of   Shawville,   Ont.,
has  bpen  accused  of poisoning    her
husband.
PROHIBITION   LEGISLATION
The   Dominion   Alliance   will urge
upon  tbe   Duniinon   government  the
enactment  of  prohibitory  legislation.
110 ATRAC E
Winnipeg.  October  o.���Haiikct beat
Johnson   of   Vancouver   quite  easily
in the boatrace  at Rat Portage yesterday.
SNOW IN  WINNIPEG
There was a light, fall of snow heie
yesterday and a heavy frost last night.
BOY"  STABBED
A Kingston boy yesterday stabbed
his companion in a dispute yesterday-
over some nuts.
CHARGED WITH MURDER
Ottawa,  October 5.���Wm. Deloraine
of Ottawa was yesterday charged with
the murder of his wife. _
POSSIBLE APPOINTMENT
II. A. Gilmour, who represented
Charlotte/in the last paVliament, was
mentioned here in connexion with the
vacant lieutenant-governorship of the
Territories, but the appointment of
Indian Commissioner Forget has set
at rtst all rumors on that head.
DROWNED
Winnipsg,  October 5.���Two Indians.
are reported to have.been drowned, in
Rainy river.
YELLOW   FEVER  -
An epidemic of yellow fever is reported  from  Jacksonville.,  Florida.
BANQUET TO HERSCHELL
Lord  Herschell was entertained at
:i.   imiiiiiint.  vestcrday   lu   Ottawa: by
members of the bar.
PRE-ADAMITE ��� REMAINS
A  Yukon minor reports finding the
bones aud tuska of a mastadon.
The Winnipeg papers give furthsr
details of the mysterious disappearance of the Molsons bank treasury-
box containing ?G2.000 in cash and
negotiable notes. Manager Phepoe
being-away from, the city on a. shoot-',
ing. expedition,-, the .bank, was In
charge of Accountant-McBeth. There
are six combinations to the vault.
All were uninjured. The combination
, was known only to two m&n. and
one could not open "the-safe without
the . other's knowledge. Two hank
employees slept on the promises.
Under these circumstances the case
presents an awkward appearance for
somebody in the bank.
Winnipeg had a sensational bank
robbery-in ISS7, .when Will Cameron, one of the tellers in the Union
bank took $40,000 fiom the bank _*i~.
evening and drove"-to the boundary
line. He was captured at Pembina,
N. D., and after some negotiating the
money which was in a valise and had
been left' in the city, was returr.od to
the bank, minus' only a few dollars.
Camerpn_ w-_as not proceeded against.
~H^'weiit~"tb--De"nverTand--die"d���a~few
years afterwards.
Tho Merchant's bank was also ribbed of $10,000 several yeais ago. Two
mon entered the bank and while one
read an open newspaper .the other engaged tho teller in conversatlon.When
the pair ' left two bundles, of bank
notes were missed from the teller's
box. Tho guilty, parties were never
captured.
The American Express company
also lost $10,000 from their safe in the
city in 1S82. Wheu tho agent entered the office of the company one
morningthe safe was discovered-open
and a large sum of money disappeared. Pinkerton detectives folowed the
clue for? years, but no one was arrested and the money never recover* .1
AN INDIAN FAIR
THE BLACKFEET. IN FRIENDLY
���'-'"      '  COMPET-floiJ
Mr. Forget Present���The Exhibits
Excillent���-An Amusing Baby Show
���A Successfnl  Exhibition
Ca'gary Hei aid.    n
Tho first Blaclifoot Iudian fair opened   at  tlie  Blackfoot  agency  on the
28th of September under.a,bright aky
and favorable' circumstances."      ���'
The presence of the Indian commissioner," Jlr. Forget, added' greatly to
the success of the fair and tho'enjoy-
mont of the Indians.-
The buildings whero tho display of
field and farm products, school work,
baking aud bead    work,    was -'made
Large light bed room?.
Tahle    furnished    with
the' _hoi-'--ft.tlie market:
afford*.      Bent    Wines
Liquors    aud      Cigars
Rate**  $1.00 a day.     Monthly race.
J. ALBERT STONE. Proprietor.
HOTEL
The following letter has been received by a resident in Calgary and as its
contents may bo of general, intorest,
it is reproduced:
Fort Resolution, July 27,"'9S
Dear.- Jack : Doubtless you would
like to ��� hear of our whereabouts and
how we are geting along. We arrived
hero on tho _th inst with out any mishaps, which is better than a great
many others have done. This past
three weeks we have been.up this d���
lake prospecting for the yellow boys
with nut any success. Big Bear McLean was the cause of it. The Chicago boys are all -camped alongside
of us, also several other outfits, and
McL." is now on his:third trip .up the
bike with two Indians. We met him
Monday night on Stone island, , but
could get nothing out of him only that
he was going up the Liard river, and
was fillling in the time waiting for
the provisions that ave coming down
froin' the Landing. " So it is hard to
say what is going to como out of it.
T will be'glad when we are" safe and
soiind across tho pond.- -Last Sunday
there was a man lost overboard by
the name of Hoffman", and tho balance
ot the fellows had to throw over most
of their cargo to keep the scow froin
sinking. He had his wife with him,
so you can imagine the predicament
she was in.    '
Doubtless . you remember the Mc-
Clintic" outfit; well, he had his steamer sink about six miles off Hay liver
last week and lost nearly everything
in her. Still I hope we will make it
all right. Thero is one thing I have
learnt and believe, that this a long
and hard way to Klondyke, but we
are none the worse for our hard work,
and in fact all hands feeling bettor
than when we left home. We keep
Tom busv making bread, etc., for us
THE PIONEER LIVERY
Food and Salo Stable of tbo Lardeau and Trout Lake District
Saddle    anil     Pack
always for hire;  *
Horses    -
Freighting   and   Teaming
specialty.
Daily Staire leaves Thonisbifs Landing every morning at 7-o'clock
for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write
CRAIG &. HILLMAN, Thomson's Lanuiso.
BULL BAITING
One day last week "John Cowan, of
Spiingbank,  had  quite  an; adventure
with- a bull    on  the    prairie,   -which
might have resulted    seriously.    ;. He
was proceeding along the road in the
neighborhood      of :  Peppers'    spring,
when the bull espied.; him    and immediately gave chase.   There was no
fence near and  consequently  nothing
for  it but a'straight'stand up fight.
Mr. Cowan  .had    a cane'���.'��� with    him
/which he used.to best advantage;-but
the blows seemed    only; to infuriate
the bull,.- and  Mr;  Cowan  was nearly
tired out when he bethought him of a
crook on the upper end of- his cane.
He succeeded  in hooking this in the
ring of the bulls nose and then proceeded to flog him till he roared, and
bellowed piteously.   He then released
him thinking   he would    be left   in
peace, but such was not the case as
his lordship returned to the attack at
once, and Mr. Cowan   was   glad   to
make his escape between "some cattle
which had gathered round durlngthe
melee.   This animal has quite a reputation, being formerly owned by T. A.
Hatfield, and sold to Mr. Munro, his !
was well filled aud beautifully decor
ated with flags, autumn" leaves , and
appropriate mottoes. .Tho' exhibits
were neatly "arranged and better
specimens of the growth of tho year
could scarcely be Imagined: ��� Exclamations as to the high class of the exhibits were heard on every hand:
The bead work done by the Indian
women showed to the best advauthg*
and was tastefully arranged on the
walls and was greatly admired by all
the visitors. Tl-.e suits taking tho
prizes were made by Mrs. Little Axo
and Mrs. Running Rabbit. Thoy ccm-
slsted of.a dross, leggings, moecasin-
and belt, and each suit represented
many weeks of labor. Th'e grain and
root exhibits were very lino and,wouli
compare favorably .with uny grown
by their white brothers. Littlo Axe
was the winner of the prize given by
afforded great amusement to all p:es
Indian showing the most advancement, it was a potato cultivator value
���the Masscy-Harris company for the
very keen and the interest taken by
the owners was a good insight into
the future success of cattle raising cn
the reserve. The horse show was a
good one, fine teams competing in the
heavy draft class and over-30,teams
in the pony. ' There were over, 30 saddle horses shown, they wore paraded
around, the ring..-ind made quite a guy
showing. ��� '     ���
Tho exhibits of the' pupils of Bad
Sun's boarding school were very good
and reflect great credit on their teachers. They consisted of jam madefrom
native fruits, writing.. drawing and
kindergarten work.knitting and mending.
__Tom_jp_insw~ith all hands in kindest
regards to Mr. .Fraserr~May~and-the
others, and says lio wishes he had
some ot that Rhubarb Wine and
Scotch mixture of yours to revive our
spirits occasionally, still wc. are all
pretty lively as y_t and no kick com-
A
GOOD
To pecure one of tho.i- ih-sirable lot.
CHEAP on the C. to, K. Steam Navigation Company's site.
Dont    wait    till    the   boom
our wav, but 13UV NOW.
comes
CHANCE
HAIG & CRAGE
Sole Agents.
1 FERGUSON
The Centre   of the   Lardeau   Mines
Be Sure and register at the
BJ1LM0RJ1L- HOTEL
"When you reach FERGUSON.
The.'table is provided with the best
th'e "'''market'''affords.:    Rates  from ��2
to $3 per day.
pr
ing.
There" has hardly a party came down
the river but what has had trouble
and separated. We leave hore just
as soon as tho weather will psrmit
anil it, is a chance whether we wi.I
land top uii or bottom up at the Mackenzie, but will mako a dosperate
efl'oit to' come out on top.
. .Remember "mc kindly to all the boys
in the sture and I hope nnd trust to
soo you again in a year or so.
P. W. FEltfiUSON.
_. _���       ���
A school of mines will probably be
established  in Rossland.
Robert Connor of" Ejst lOdmontcn
has during tho last two weeks lost
seven head of cattle by death from a
disease with which ho is not lamil-
iar. but believed to be anthrax.
The Alberta Irrigation company has
25 teams", at work on tha St. .'Mary's
irrigation canal. Half. a mllli'in feet
of lumber will be required for
flumes.
Self Culture for" October Is quito up
to its usual excellent. form. ' An instructive article; on socialism. In ' the
CUMMINGS BROS.,
Proprietors.
What Do You tf
Want in Shoes *
If you want a good Miners' Shoe come
D: Jenkins.
If yon.wont "a good Prospectors' Shoe:oome
to D Jenkins.
Shoes and Harness repaired on the shortest
notice.: AU lines of.- work Vkept, In. stock
nl prices to suit all.
D. JENKINS
First Street, one block from  the  Imperial
Bank ot Canada,  Revelstoko Station. B.  C.
_Wo.o.d!___y_o_o_dI
John
B. Wood
pidce""question will **}},_ ���W
the
The bovs from White Eagle's boarding school took  first prize for bread
and made' a" good exhibit of garden
produce, ripe tomatoes and corn heme
among tho things shown.
\ special prize for drawing was
given to Na-pe-quan, a deaf and dumb
son of Head Chief Running Rabbit
and an oxpupil of Crowfoot day school,
opecimens of writing from this school
! v-err shown aud also garden produce,
riic   princip-il   of  the   St   Joseph'.
Jlpefateet.
and Buildep
Ettimutcs. plans and specifications furnished
on application. Shop and repair work
promptly attended to. ., Wood carries; a
specialty.      Work    "hop   on   Front Street.
Guaranteed Pull
Cord Measure.
The "-.dersiKned has a large 6upply
of Hi""'ock, Spruce, Fir and Pino
Wocu lur sale. Any person requiring
wood will kindly leave their ordera
witli Mr. W. M. Lawrence. Reqclstoke
Station, or with H, N. Coursier,
Front Street, Revelstoke;
17ntf FRANK JULIAN. ,
M
Wendell Maclean
Wholesale
and Retail
Tfee Vemon Soda
Water* Wopk-S . .
J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR
Manufacturer of Soda Water." 3lnger
Aio, SansaprillB and nil Soft Drinks.
A full supplr kept In ��tbck at Me-
Cold StoiBBe, whereorders-
Cart;
can
.left.
aJO-swtf
i-resent owner.   He has been known   llvIustrikal school. High river, brought
-   '���       ��� specimens of the different classes of
work done by the pupils, it gave th��
Indians an idea of what their children were learning, at this and other
institutions of the kind. He also
brought an exhibit of garden and
field   produce,   one  cabbage  weighing
dangerous for some time, and
should not be allowed to roam at
large.
Charles Mair, who has bean acting
as immigration agent, has receiv~d an
appointment in ihe immigration oflice   27 pounds was quite a curiosity. TUese
j-il WInniree- thiuss wore brought only for exhiWt,
price ��� qnvo^.v/.i   .....
reader, and the' prohibition plebiscite
in Canada by, Prof. Goldwin Smith is
of special interest at the present time.
Tho Era says Golden will shortly he
able to boast of ono of the finest curling and skating rinks in the country.
The dimensions of the new. building,
started this week, are 75 feet by 180
feet.   There will bo a skating rink 3S
: eet by  50  feet in" the centre of the
iiilldlng and a curling    rink will be
.rranged on each side of   the build-
ng.   Waiting rooms will be provided
oth upstairs and; down.
Aylmer  Muuih",  an  English  merchant, from  Moscow,  Russia, has been
prospecting for land in ��Alberta    in
behalf of, several thousand Doukhob-
ortsi, who desired to settle in Canada.
Prince Hlllskof- and another: delegate
are at present inspecting;'the   Stony
Plains  district, west    of    Edmonton.
Commissioner McCreary says 2,000 .pf
the  number  expected,  have ' already
left for Canada and will arrive about
the middle of October.
Druggist, Calgary
'-flail Orders Promptly Attended To.
f_'Z-if
SO   YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
ATENTS
REVELSTOKE
I HON WORKS..
Blaclismitl-inErt Jobbincs
Plumbing.  PiPe FittinK
Ti__8_nit_-i_i_'
Sheet Iron Work
Machinery Repaired
Mining Work a Specialty���-____
ROBT. GORDON
Revelstoke Stn.
PATENTS
il PROMPTLY SECURED
Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights -ifcc-
An*nno j-ondlns a sketch end rtescrtrtton. ms*
q.ileW* nnrcrtaln our opinion free iTaeth-er an
t lor is t. trtci Ly eoi_3d entlal. Handbook on Ps _en t_��
sent free. Oldest ncencr for sccurinp pat _��nt��.
Patent* tnlccn tUrotieh Muim & Cc. receive
tpczial notice* without charge, ia the
j-**.      - -   . . J* __��*- .       -TP_r___._. *.++Zm
Scientific American.
Ahnndaomelr nio_rtra.te_l weeklr- I^reest circulation of nny scientific JoornaU Tenna. *S a
yc~;_r. four months, It- Sold by all newsdealer*.
MUNN&Co.36-8���1'"'- Mew York
-jaath Office, fl" F St.. ~>V_i��M-st-Si. ~>.C.
, ~>Vriie for our intcr<__inK boots." Invent-
i or's Help" and "How you are swindled."
, ."""endue ..rough ��_:o_c__ or model of rour
invention or improvement and wc will t .11
you freo .our opinion as to whether it is
probably (���tcntoble. _\"c rankc a specialty
of applications rc.iec.cd in Olher ___4s.
Uighcst references t urnu-hed.
KABIOl. _c KABXOX
\ patent soucrroRs _e. xzpcsn
) i"lvil 4 M��cl_sn.cal Fastsetn, Gr*3u_t_* o. tht
I rolylcctDic Scbocl of Englnecrlnc. Baclwloi- ta
i Applied S-len..-��. Lit*! Cnlver_ity. Venbert
f Patent Lavr Atiotfatlcn, American Waterworks
f .--9-__.tton, >W England Water Worka Ataoe.
f ]-, O-Saiveyora Auoclatlon, Aasoc. Xeiabe. C|U_
f boctety til Civil .Engineers.
I nrrirr*. -(>*?* ���K UFE t'lC'O.. MM-MM." CM.
( C~~K"W-, AnAKTK1 Buitomt..WA~HI|-~TW-,B.t.
HB Artist's Materials  Ot these we have a completo supply ot articles required, such as Oil Colors. Brushes,  Palette Board_, Palette Knives and Oils.  For the Draughtsman  and Architect ___-_____s_  Even-thins required in their line will he  found ai hand: Such a. nil kinds ol drawing  ond Tracing I.inen nnil Papers, Instrument!-,  Rulers Square", nnd Colored Drawing Ink-.  Mail orders promptly intended to.  Night Bell on Door.  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  Cms. R. McDosalii. Manager.  Itevelstoke Station,  J). C.  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   HEWS  ��������� 9:30 at tho Vie. for a sandwich.  ���������Be with the crowd at Lely's  Concert.  ���������Fresh Bulk Oysters���������Extraselect���������  at J. R. Hull to Co.'s. net 8-lm  ���������Oats���������Last year's oats, fine quality  ���������C. IJ. Hume to Co.  The Westminster and Spokane  fairs  nre   a   grand  success.  \Y. M. Brown letnrneil on Sunday  from a visit to St. Leon   Hot Springs.  Billy Skelton and Bert Lowe, of  Golden, passed through on Sunday on  their way to the New Westminster  Fair.  Lieut. Meredith, of the Salvation  Army here, will farewell this evening.  Captain Bailey will he succeeded by  Captain Gooding, of Nelson.  The Toronto Daily Mail and Empire  will now be mailed to anyone in this  province for two dollars a year. . Address: The Mail and Empire, Toronto,  Canada.  Fall weather is now here and with it  the bad roads. You should protect  yourself from the mud and water by  purc-hasing a pair of rubber boots. All  sizes at C. B. Hume & Co.'s.  For twci dollars a year you can have  the Toronto Daily Mail and Empire,  the great newspaper of Canada. This  ,is a special rate for this, province.  Address: The Mail and Empire,  Toronto, Catiada.  ���������Readers of , the Hkkald are  especially requested to make a note of  the big buvgains offered by C.B. Hume  & Co.. in their stoves and builder's  hardware department. Bargains  given.every clay.  The Winnipeg Morning Telegram is'  rapidly increasing its circulation. The  old-time Free Press, now the western  ���������edition of the Toronto Globe, has  become a brazen imposition upon the  good common judgment and sense of  western readet-6 of newspapers.  ���������Fresh Bulk Oysters���������extra, select���������  at J, R. Hull to Co.'s. oct 8-lm  $G,C25 wish has al ready been subscribed by the citizens of Rossland to  be used in the erection of a skating  and curling rink. Tbe main skating  rink will be SO I13- 180 feet in the clear  without .1 single obstruction. In the  summer the building will be converted  into a summer garden.  ���������Secure your reserved scats early"  for Lely's Grand Concert, the 17th  inst.  A minister with a beggarly salary  went to his., deacon for an increase.  "Salary!" cried the deacon, in pious  horror, -'salary I Why 1 thought you  worked for souls!"' "And so I do."  replied the minister, "hut I cannot ear-  souls. And if I could it would take a  good many souls the size of yours to  make a dish."  Fhij.vd���������A- parcel containing linen  anil silk thri.ul. The owner can have  same by applying at the police station.  ��������� Cnine to the Union Hotel sample  room on Wednesday and Thursday.  October 12 and 13, and see the finest  range of high class dry-goods, men's  underwear and clothing ever shown in  Revelstoke. "We want you to call  and see our goods and compare prices.  Open this evening until 10 o'clock.  McAkthuk & Harper, Kamloops.  ���������Fresh creamery butter and good,  fresh eggs at C. B. Hume to Co.'s.  Charlie, the Chinese laundryman,  suave, smooth and pleasant, has gone,  leaving behind him debts amounting  to $1,500 and taking with him the  ���������wife of a brother celestial residing at  Revelstoke. lis went across the line  ���������'at Kuskonook, and it is said that the  injured husband is offering a reward  of $500 for the capture of Charlie and  the return of his "wife.���������Trail Creek  News.  ���������The celebrated CarPs Mackinaw-  Suits at C. B. Hume & Co.'s.  While talking to a well-informed  mining man a few days ago he stated  that British Columbia was on the eve  of a great mining boom in Great  Britain. London capitalists have lost  heavily througn swindles in Australia  and South Africa, and that, in connection with the wonderful richness of  minerals in British Columbia, isbegin-  ing to attract the English moneyed  men towards this ronntry as a more  favorable field for investment.  L. O. L. regular meeting this evening in the Oddfellows' hall.  Mrs. W. Scott and Mrs. Nelles, of  Illecillewaet, ure visiting Mr. aud Mrs.  A. McRae.  I. M. Citron, merchant of Thomson's  Landing, arrived in town last night.  Mr. Citron has closed his store at the  Landing and brought his stock to  town.  As will be seen by an announcement  in another column the quarterly  meeting of the board of trade will be  held iu the Court House tomorrow  evening al 8 o'clock.  Smith Curtis, of the Lardeau-Goldsmith Co., Rossland, is inspecting  mining properties in the Lrrdeuu with  a view to making a purchase for his  company.  XV. B. Pool left yesterday on a business trip into the Lardeau. He will  visit, the Nettie L, on which a contract  for a 100 foot tunnel has been signed  by his company.  The Revelstoke Saw Mills are work-,  ing a large gang of men at present.  The demand for lumber is increasing  very rapidly, which is an evidence of  the building activity in town.  J. Henderson, of Golden, passed  through town last night en route for a  ten days sojourn in the lower country  to look after his mining interests,  particularly around Ymir. where he  says he has a couple of good properties.  The Revelstoke sawmills finished  sawing the joist and rafters for Mr.  Tapping's new opera house last week.  There were 50 pieces 4_ feet long and  100 pieces 30 feet in length. The  timber was without a "flaw and the  largest ever sawn at the mills here. '  It is reported that a sale is pending  on the Trilby group, in Sable Creek  Basin, with a big cash consideration.  The deal will likely bo put through in  a few days. The owners of the Trilby  are Messrs. Young and Godsall, of  Calgary, and Messrs. Brown and Pool  and Holloway of Revelstoke.  Judge Walkem has decided that a  mineral claim crown granted since the  statute of 1893 does not carry with it  the absolute right to tho surface of the  claim. Also that a fcrown grant to a  claim doeB not convey the water-rights  on the said claim, ns the principle of  riparian ownership has been abrogated  by the Water-Privilegps Act of 1892.���������  Rossland Leader.  The following officers of the U. S.  nrmy have been killed in an encounter  with the Indians near Walker, Minnesota, on Wednesday last: ��������� Officers:  Major Mellviile Wilkinson, and Sergt.  Win. Buller; privates.^Eiiivard Lowe,  John Oltnstend, J. S. Wallenstocker  and Alfied Welben. The wounded  nuinher 17. All of whom are more or  less seriously wounded.  The Revelstoke Association Football  Club will leave en masse for Trout  Lake City" on Saturday. The boat  will be ready at Arrowhead to acom-  pany them to Thomson's Landing and  from there they will mount tbe hurricane decks of cayuses and proceed  some fifteen miles to Trout Lake, and  after all this they will try, and play  foothall at 1 p.m. In the evening a  dance is being arranged for and the  -boys.iiiay_expect_a_good_roy__.l__rec.ep;,  tinn.  ���������The reserved seat plan for the  Prairie City Quartette concert this  evening will be closed at six o'clock.  Tickets can bo secured before thut  time at C. E. Reid & Co., and Canada  Drug and Book Co.  Operations on the -new woi-k shops  are being pushed ahead rapidly. In  a fow days the building Bwill be roofed  and boarded in. It is likely the shops  will be ready for occupancy by the  first of November.  The New Westminster Columbinn is  the latest addition to Bostock's band,  and music will shortly be prepared for  the victim by the gang of political  tricksters behind the man of "monetary influence."  Messrs. White & Scott's building on  Front street has been removed to  McKenzie Avenue, where it will be  ocsupii'd by 3. Morgan as a barber  shop. XV. Fleming had the contract  for the removal of the building.  _  Messrs. Sawyer to Manning, of the  Revelstoke Sash and Door Factory  report (buuiness booming" in their  line. The factory is turning out very  satisfactory articles and should command a big share .of the trade.  HE HIT A WOMAN.  ___B  1"PP~KG"~  T|E������RE  TO-NIGHT,  REMEMBER.  Prairie City Quartette  GRAND  CONCERT  Tickets at Canada Drue A Book Co., and C, E  REld _ Co.  Prices:    75 and CO cents.  What  Makes  a  flan  More miserable than  an ill titling, uncomfortable suit. Wc can  fit you, as well as your  pocket-book, In fact  wo arc making suits  to order at prices tha  scare the ready-mad,,  clothiers. All new-  styles. See us if you  want    to    look   well  dressed ln  suit.  your ncx"  It Wain*.   Chivalrous, bat It Was ���������> G������M  of Hecvulty.  Colonel Jake Haager is one of tbe most  gallant as well as one of the handsomest  men wbo ever sat In the chair of the chief  ot police and bossed the bobbies ln blue.  He is a native Kentuoklan, full of respect  for tho fair eox, gentle as a summer aephyr  and as foil of sympathy as a oan la of oovo  oysters. Tot upon ono occasion he drow  back his fist and gave a woman a blow ln  tho face that shook her from the tip of he-  velvet toque to tho end of her gum overshoes.  In days gone by tbo notorious Carrie  MoBrldo, who is now dead, was noted as  the worst woman In tbe city. She was a  rawbonod, powerful creature, with a fist  on her like a battering ram," and at least  onoe a week for 90 years it was nocessary  to arrest hor. Polioomcn ahlverod when  tbey saw her drinking, for they knew they  wore in for a fight before the day was over.  She knookod.thorn down and tore their  uniforms, battered thoir faoes and-made  thorn objects of" rldloulo on their beats.  Ont of their meager wages thoy bad to replace the uniforms ihe destroyed, andthol-  families suffered ln ooniequenoe. Of  courso lt would not do to strike a woman  and thus place a blot on the fair namo of  Kentucky. Years went by, and Carrie became worse than eter with age..  Colonel Haager was keeper ln the Central police station ono day when sho was  brought In, fighting desperately. As soon  as sho saw him she said:  "Since whon did all yon boys get on  the police force? ._ Woll, I'll just take a fall  out of youi"  Then she drew book her flst and prepared to give him ��������� beating. Like a flash  tho flst of the young man shot ont, and  Carrlo dropped with a dull thud against  the Iron door of the station. With a dazed  loot on her bloated. fnc������ she arose and  staggered 'toward him.- Down'she went  again as suddenly as before. Balsing herself on one elbow, sho contemplated hlni  for a moment and said*.  "Say, you're all right I'll give up,  and'you'll nover have anymore trouble'  with roe."..  Tbe spirit of the noted virago was broken and over after -ard she was gentle as a  lamb.���������IxraiavU) merciaL  What's the chief feature of made to order  clothing���������the fit, isn't it? Well, that's the  feature about which we're most particular.  If it doesn't fit you, you don't havo to keep it.  But it will lit you If we j-������i /YTPWIWO  make it. Our estab- -WL._J I n_l>U.  lishment has at its head one of the best cutters  in the Province and many critical men who  heretofore pationized Kastcrn tailors have  testified to our ability to fit them faultlessly.  R. S. WILSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Agent Tor the  Blickensd erfer  Typewriter  ���������  x*:e._a.Ii:_r__- lasr  Gents' Furnishings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy Articles, Patent Medicines, Etc.  -POST  0*H,*H,IC"H1  STOEE,   ���������_=2.*E3*V"__!I.__,_C,0___:_EI _ _3. C'.  DRY GOODS  ...DRY GOODS...  flTg/s  1.  ���������<=*S4  JL.  Bring  Your  ' Prescriptions  To  y.Vs   '���������  Sick- people can't afford  to take any chances when  having precrlpt ions filled  We take particular pride  in keeping ourstock pure  and In giving extra care to  the compounding of prescriptions. There's nothing lancvabout our prices  ���������a fair profit is all wo  want.  Chas. E. Reid St Co.  f  -e^  We have a-good assortment of Fall and Winter  Dry Goods, Etc., and. we feel satisfied that our  goods and prices will interest you.  JAMES QILL & CO'Y.  _c_-3:e  The Taylor Block,  -OI_A.JDI3SrC3-  STOBE.  .   McKenzie Avenuel  UB BB IHI. III. I.il. .������������������II.III.IIE.III. 1.1 BflBBBBBB IB. Ull. B.BKh-  E x  I Hotel Fe?gui@r_, ]  I Ferguson, B-C-" |  I Bsst! HGSommodation in tin. |  I        __ra__-au Dl-_-le_.        1  Ea.es:   $2.������������-Pe_ Dag.  I D.  FeRGUSONi PROPRIETOR'S  aillllllllll.lllllllll.lllUIBIIIIBIBBUBBBBIII.I.I.MBBIHB.  For Sale  Board of Trade Meeting.  egular quarterly meeting of   the Board  will  be ;held in the Court House to-  Tho  of Trade _   .  morrow evening at 8 o'clock.  A Five Roomed Cottage  With BatHroorh and Pantry in  Connection.  Situated on Third St., Just East  of the Cowan Block.  For particulars  apply   at the Herald office.  . E. Shaw.  Secretary.  PUBLIC SCHOOL REPORT  One Hundred and   Fifty-Two" Scholars  Now   in Attendance  On the 10th of September last, the  new department of the public school  was opened and the attendance, of  scholars is now daily increasing.' The  accommodation " is only sufficient to  seat the present number of pupils.  Following is tho report of the schools  for September.  division- I.  Fifth Class.��������� Eva Lang. Harold  Clark, Edith Fraser.   0  Fourth Class.���������G. Graham, *E. Lofs-  vold. F. Paget.  Senior Third Class.���������Resaio Lawson,  Herbert Barcklay, Annie Ferris.  DIVISION   II.  Junior Third Class���������Pearl Robinson,  Maud Hyatt, Mnry Edwards, Beatrice  Bland.  Second Class.���������Limie Hanson, Grace  Gordon, .Mabel Barcklay, Walley  Clark.  Second Primer Senior.���������Alice Ferris,  Kathleen Fraser, "Valentino Perrin,  Harold Burridge.  division- ill.  Second Primer Senior.���������Charles Gordon, lJina Lofosna, George Longhead.  Second Primer Junior. ��������� Leonard  Howson, Nellie Bain, Percy McAdam.  Fir_t Primer Senior. Fred Robinson, Howard Coleman, John Thompson.   |i  First Primer B Class.���������Willie Ker-  naghan, Percy Coleman, Arthur Caley.  First Primer A Class.���������Myrtle Allan,  Gertie Matthews, Daisy Matthews.  RECAPITULATION.  Division I, daily average, 30.01;  division II. daily average, -14.00; division III, daily average, 42.55; total  average attendance, 120.46.  A. Sullivan, principal; Miss J. E.  Evans, first assistant; Miss A. Smith,  second assistant.  Great  Clearing  Out Sale  From Now Until October 15th.  Ogilvie's  Flour  The Best in Canada.  Used by Thousands.  A carload will arrive In a few  days at our vrarerooms. And  consumers will find it the best  and.cheapest on the .market  "Tree and"prompt delivery ~   The Stove Trade ^-^  We are strictly in the Stovo business. Wc are daily expecting onr third car  of Stoves since Ave opened up in RcveMtoke, sixteen months ago. Our great  success in this particular branch of our business is that wc carry nothing but  the highest grade of Stoves and our prices are reasonable. Wo can show you  the small No. 7 Cook Stove, lust the thing for bachelors; or the large Steel  Range with ail the latent improvements. In Heating Stoves���������ail lines of Ilox  - Stoves from 18 to SO Inches, and in Coal Heating Stoves from the small "Globe  Heater" to the large handsome double heaters rich in tlieir nic.klc embcllish-  m.ntH. If you cannot afford u furnace get a double heater with hot air"  ' attachment-!, and you can havo your upstairs "cheated to perfection. We are  sorry to disappoint our patrons who have beon waiting for our Air Tight  Heatcrs.but as soon as our fittings arrive wc will be able to supply aU demands.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  Hardware, Stoves, Tinware.  "SS3  "������_&">������>_-.sac  Undertaking and-Embalming'  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.; ���������  Wholesale and Retail Dealer _n Furniture.  Light    _^^  Transferring*  and Carting  __S^-Tclephono your orders to W.M. Lawreneo  anil thoy vvill be promptly attended to.  Robert Fleming  A. N. Smith,  Baker and Confectioner.  Wedding cakes to the Queen's taste.  XMXr^Ml!aUf7$7XX&gjeX#7Al*:&^&#l  *jj    . Louisville  Restaurant .   ������  It! opposite Coursier's. S"  sj   Meals served at all hours, day   gi  jjj or night. E  JJ       Antonl ReBochcl, Proprietor.       gj  Having; toltl our entire busineis to Geo.  Hell <fc Co., who will take possession on  the I5th Inat.,  We Will Offer  Our Entire Stock of  Groceries  Of Every Description.  Flour,  Provisions.  Fresh Fruits  Confectionery  Vegetables,  At  Absolutely  Cost.  100 Cases of Okanagan  Apples at Strictly Cost  BRICK !  The F. E. Plp������r Co. have now on hand  First Clius Brl  rick at right price*.  would do well to  The  Imendlnz builders  call and examine. -  Brick yard Just north of the Gun Club  ground*..  -tall orders promptly attended to.  Prices on application.  F. E.  VV. B. Pease & Co.  We have decided to sell  out oup entire stock of  -Groceries*���������Provisions,-  Etc., and are offering a  reduction of 10 per cent  on all cash sales of $1  and over. We have  closed all credit accts.  Why Pay Rent-  When you "can own a home  of your own ?  If you will save, snv. flvo to ten dollars per  month on our aiTiiniiilatirc system for a lew  years, ynu will then bo-.in a position to buv or  build a home of your own. ~  By taking shares in this company, persons of  moderate means aro enabled to participate in  .the profits enjoyed by the company."  The saving of money is like the saving of  time. If dono at all, it must be done systematically.    - _   ,    -  Safety is a mnst important consideration  when making an investment. This is a per-  feet system of co-operative savings, and the  safest plan ever offered for accuimil*itinii*mall  holdings and loaning it to memburs on real  estate security.  Loans...  Loans arc made on tho securitv of improved  real estate without delay, GO per cunt, of the  appraised cash value being advanced.  I'.xi'C.is payments of principal may be made  with any monthly payment.  . B. C. Permanent Loan  & Savings Company.  F. BuK-it, Agent,  McKcnzio Ave.. Itevelstoke Station.       lOautra  Revelstoke Sash & Door  Piper Co.,  . Revelstoke,  :/  3. C.  HUTCHISON  V.. G. BIRNBV  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining, Paper Hanging, Hard Wood Finishing,  House P-inting In all  Branches,  Carriag* Palntins, Glazing, &c.  FaLzLTO THE DOORS 1  iHfl Factory Un*  Manufacturers of and Dealers In  Sash, Doors, Turnings, Plenths and  Corner Blocks, Mouldings of all kinds.  Fancy Gables and Verandah Work.  Brackets,of every description made to  order. Store and Office Fittings.  Window Frames, with sash fitted a  specialty.  All the latest machinery.    Dry kiln on tho  premises.    Call ami get prices before  going elsewhere.  ^SAWYER & MANNING.  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  That is the condition of. our store on Front Street.  We have a good stock of Men's Fine Fall and Winter  Clothing. ,   Boots  and   Shoes, the best on the market.  Groceries, Flour, Provisions, Vegetables, Etc.  Fallis Bros.  TIEER. HEADS,  BIRDS, ANIMALS, Etc.,  l'rctervcd and  Mounted  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  F9R SALE-  on Campbell Avenue.  A  & COMPANY.  Front Street,  Kevelstoke. I  Musical  Instruments  Yon are requested to look over my  select stock of    VIO_IN8,at.~TAKS    MANDOLINS -.    HORNER'S MOTITH ORGANS   STRINGS and ACKSSOR1ES....  An excellent stock at low prices.  Tobaccos, Cigars. Soft Refreshing Drinks,  Stationery, Novels, Japanese Curios, Etc._  Chas. J- Aman  HARD COAL!  HARD GASH  1.���������Business lots  snap for cash.  2.���������-A lot in the centre of tho business part ol  Mackenzie j.vcnue. "800 in cash and liable to  go up in price before long.  S.���������Business lots, 50 foot front, on First St.,  between the two banks. Soma of the choicest  business property on the market.  4.���������Four lots at the corner of Third Etrojt  and Campbell Avenue���������a good location.    ���������  6.���������Two lots ncarlv opposite Samson's residence on Third Street, $150 each.. Nice lota  and a bargain for residential purposes.  I "6.���������A large frame two-storey residence. Just  erected on Second Street, two minutes walk  from C. P. R. Roundhouse, plastered inside,  fence, verandah.   Price $1,000, on easy terms.  !  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Delivered from car..  Delivered from shed.  . $9.50 per ton.  .810.00 per ton.  Now is the time to get in your winter supply before the snow falls.  early.     Cash must accompany the order.  Order  7.���������Corner  Front Street,  lot,  next  $330 cash.  Revelstoke PostofilcD,  A bargain.  f. Mccarty.  8. Two lots, opposite J. D. Sibbald's residence, on First St.   ~3~0 each.  9. Desirf "Je residence, close 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 the upper town.  No red tape, formalities or delay.  Apply to  AGENTS.

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