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 V)  v  V  /C..c)Vi,"*L't,^ ���������������������������*;..a ;������������������  ..'  c     _*_?.-<_' aA  '������������������'w *-"-"'" V'"*~~~"~?  A  ^  -ISSUED   TWIOE-A-WBEK-���������VVE3D3>TESID^_-Y"S    -A-ZEsTID    S.A.TTTZR-ID.A.YS-  Vol. II.    No. 88.  REVELSTOKE, B. C. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19,189S.  $2.00 a Year in Acivance.  Hudson's Bay  Company  (iNCOIirORATED 1870  The   Most   Up-to-Date  Outfitters  in Western Canada.  Intending "Prospectors sliotild write us S,  for one ef onr new Folders, which v  contains an excellent Map and an (6*  estimate of the probable cost of a JJ  complete outfit for the Gold Fields. 7^  Hudson's Bay Stores,     ft.  Calgary. &<  CAUURT, Feb. 1   1898. ft.  ??22gg2s?SSS-"--'<~*-  Haig  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,"  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Solicitor for Imperial Bank of Canada.  Ta.lor Block, McKenzie Ave., "Revel-itoKC Sta:  Monev to I_nan.  W. White. Q.C. J.M.Scott, B.A..LL.IV.  F.-L. Gwillim.  HARVEY   &: M-"CARTER,  Barristers, 1 Solicitors," Etc.  Companv funds'to loan at 8 per cent.  .   (Jfllces:   Molsons Bank-Block.     .  First Street.   Revelstoke' Station,   B. C.  .    ROBERT SANSON    .  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Praving and delivery workaspecia'ty' Teams  alvtavs reailv on shortest notice. Contractu for  jobbing taken." JH^^Scnt for the Standard  Oil Company. ...  DENTISTRY  ' DR.  EDMONDS.  (Successor to Dr. MathlsonJ  T������eth extracted painless.    Henlistrv in all it������  branches.     Office   o\_r   the .Canada Drug &  Book Co_.' store.  DRESSMAKING  -MRS?-T-EMPLE.--  f I-'ormerlv of Toronto.)  ���������   Opposite Mnl'ona Hank, l'ir . Street.  Presimsking In all its branches.   Tailor-made  costumes a specialty.  A good Singor Sewing machine for sale cheap.  YOU    SHOULD^READ  THIS AD NEXT ISSUE  MRS. IA. K. L2AWS0N  ,  offers monv articles of particular interest to the I.adic'alt week long, but  FRIDAY  has been selected as IUR-iiN Dav,  when a few special lines arc offered  at very clos.������ prices, In order to attract  both old an.l new customers to tho  store.   Then sales are assured.  <tE������/3"  B*.  f  Dgass  Ourstock ol.,   Drugs...  Patent Medicines  and  Proprietary  Articles  Is now complote in every  line and we arc inposition  to satisfy the wamsof the  public in anything pertaining to a first class  drug business. Wc are  alwavs pleased to see our  eusldmC-i. who receive  our best attention.  lu  Chas. E.  Reid & Co.  K~KKS������Ki_-____--:_^SS������*-3K2������ajeS2g  S   . Louisville Restaurant .   &  opposite Coursier's.- . S  Meals served  tit nil hoots, day   gj  or night. J:  Antonl BeBochci. Froprlelor.       ���������������  ISS-0Ki--___--_s'_-_-_iSS'������SS$_E_tV:X3l  02  ���������*-_  o  O  I  Hi  M  ���������r-_  Ul  o  O  ������  D  c$  S:  rd  O  ���������4_-  -P  ui  $  ���������������_  "���������  ���������s  -p  . ������  >  o  a  o  o  o  o  a  w  cm  O  ���������"d  c3  O  1  o  <  .K  o  O  s  3  pq  O  -p  ���������*_.  >>  ���������P  ��������� r-~  _���������1  U  O  ���������c  CD  a  Ul  Ul  -P  ��������� p-l -  M  ���������~~������  -������������������  cS"  -H  ,0;  M  o  w  ~ur  OS  o  O  ti  P5  W.  o  -p  c$  d  "��������� ������iH  >  _d  IH  ui  0  ���������1-.  in  <D  rQ  ?H  o  Great  epartmental  Store  Jack frost  is beginning (0 stalk about shivering the limbs and chaltering the  teeth "ot Mie _ boys who are. nol.  covered wilh a warm overcoat.  Keep the  boys warm  Is your boy one of those who  sulfer from the cold. " Poor little  fellow." Why should this be  necessary when you can so cheaply  pm chase fiom us a warm well  made.overcoat.  Boys' Nap  Reefer coat  c~  " Boys,' Blue Nap Reefer Coats,  lined with tweed at $2.01) upwards  can be bought here.    *  Youth..' Illuc K.-ip Reefer Coils,  well lined, sizes ISO to S3 nt $3.00  up.-udt*.  Girls' Blue'Nap  Reefer coats  Girls' Blue Nap ' Reefer Coal's,  lined with tweed, at $2.2o upwards  can be bought here.  Boys'Frieze .  AN APPEAL FROM  TIIE GRAVE  Ulsters  Boys' Fiieze Ulsters, lined with  tweed and lilted wilh high collars'  at $1.00 upwind--.  Boys' Overcoats  aiid Suits  ^_ AU other kinds of Reij-i,' Overcoats and Suits likewise obtainable  nt thc great depart mental store.  Bring your boy along and let us  lit him wilh what will please him  most.  a  Mackinaws  Ask  to   see   the   famous   Cnrss  Mackinaw Waterproof.    You can  not   tear   it.     The   only Genuine  Mackinaw manufactured in  Canada.  A full  range of sizes in stock.  Make a note  of this  Extraordinary values throughout the store, not in one department only, but in every department .will await visitors. All  worthy and seasonable goods and  no matter how small the price  there is an absence of the cheap  and trashy.  Everything exactly as represented here. If not money will be  cheerfully refunded.  Mail Orders Carefully fillecl.^gtj  Bourne Bros  The KiSKAT.D .was very much surprised, to put. it mildly, that considering all thu circumstances of the case  the jury returned so very vague and  indefinite a verdict as they did in the  inquest held on the victims of the  deplorable Shuswap disaster. There  does not seem to be the least dotibL in  the world that the accident was caused  by the explosion of the engine boiler,  the explosion being due co tl.e fact  that the crown plate was too thin to  resisl, a pressure of 200 lbs. of steam,  it should have been J of an  inch in thickness. It was by  actual measurement of credible witnesses who were 011 tlio bpr>t, immediately after the accident only tlnee-  cjnarlers. There is-not a liini. about  this in the finding of the jury. Why  they so failed in their duly to the  deceased men', and their families, the  other employes of the roael and the  public in general, lhe Huhald does  not pretend to explain, lt is a fact  and a most, rcgretalile fact that thoy  did so.  The engine of. which the boiler  exploded was", onb" of . a number of  engines known, as Lhe '���������new eoni-  peiunds" which were contracted for by  the company from a firm in Pennsylvania and have ouly been on the road  a few months.r Tliere arc; several  others of these .new compounds running on this division. Tliey are in  many respects "a good locomotive, but  they do not'steam pioperly under  about 15 lbs. short "of 200, and as the  particular "one .which caused the  fatality at, Shuswap, exploded at 2'JO  lbs., the railway ��������� men are naturally  anxious to know whelhfr the crown  plates ol all them are only J of an inch  thick as well. As a nwitrer of fact the.  drivers and firemen of tlie others arc  working theni in fear a.i'id trembling,  nnl'ki.owing ii'ow'soon" tfiey may " ne  culled upon to shuru the same fate "of  poor.Little and Reid. Tliey are willing to risk lhe ordinary "dangers of  their at any time most - hazardous  calling, but they do nob feel willing to  add to their every clay-risks certain  death sooner or -later' from defective  crown pl.iti-0 There is no government  boaid in Canada to inquire into llie:  causes of the. railway accidents and  lay the blame and punishment on the  right shoulders as there is in Ureat  I_triLa.it]. The. jury, ��������� which in tho  absence of such a hoard, is expelled  in this counlry to take some of ils  duties upon it and lo lay its finger on  the exact causes of an accident, has in  this case failed to do so. It remains  for the press to e-.tsl. some light on the  .iratL'ef'iirdefeiice^f-Llie'fiuiiiliesofthe  dead men, of Lhe other railway employes and the public.  The Hekald understands there is to  be an investigation by a board of C. P.  It. ollicials into the causes of the  accident and it asks right here whether  Lhe scope of their ineiuiries .is to he  confined Lo " determining to what  extent thc company can get back at  the contractors for Lho loss of (.heir  locomotive or will it. also include an  inspect ion ol the engines of the same  class with a view I o the protection of  the men who have 10 work tlicm ami  furthermore will it extend lo a recommendation of louipens-ation Ln the:  wives of Llie: dead engine driver and  braki'inan for Iheir loss. The case is  just lhis. There are a number of these  new compound engines now in actual  use, each and eveiy one of whicli is  under Lhe gravest, suspicion of being  as defective as Lhe particular one  which exploded at Shuswap lust week.  Does the company intend to make a  thorough test whether these suspicions are well founded or not? Further  there are two families now in this  town which weie deprived of their  breadwinners by the explosion of this  defective boiler, "while they were  engaged in the company's service.  One of the. cases is a partieulnily  pitiable one. Does Lho company intend to do what, it can to compensate  these bereaved widows and fatherless  children for the loss of their husbands  and fathers who would he living today if the company hatl made sure  that every one of its '-new compounds"  was up to the requirements ol its  work? The Hkhald h;is never chimed  in with the indiscriminate abuse of Lhe  C'P.R. which is so common in some  quarters. All the more for that reason  it feels it incumbent upon itself in lhis  particular instance Lo call upon llie  company to protect its employes from  lhe only too possible defects in these  new compound locomotives and lo  respond with generosity to Lhe cry of  the widows and orphans of the good  men killed in ils ssrvie-e thiough the  certain defect nf one of these engines  last Tliuisday week at Shuswnp.  GARIBOO CREEK CAMP  THE   SILVER    QUEEN  COMPANY  MINING  WILL SHIP ORE THIS WINTER  The Work Done on the Property of the  Company on  Snow  Creek���������The   Ore  is a Sulphide, Returning $30 Per Ton  ���������A     Compressor    Plant    Installed���������  Tellurium in the   Golden   Hops  Mine  lid ward C.  Finch,  who   is  superintending the development of Lhe Silver  Queen Mining Company's propeiLy on  Snow Creek, reports satisfactory  progress.    Snow creek  is it tributary   of  Cariboo creek and the property owned  by   the company   consists    of   eight  claims.    As tliere  has  been-consider,  able adverse criticism of tlie company's  operations, the statement of manager  Finch respecting the same is  of  interest.    He stales that the company  is  installing a plant which,  when  completed, will mean the  expenditure   of  ���������ibout $10,000.    The company has  laid  a 20-inch water pipe 750 feet lo  a five  foot clc-.uble'nozzle Pelton water wheel,  whicli operates a four-drill compressor  plant, and the  company   pipes  its  air  a distance of 7,700 feet through n four-  inch pipe np  to  the   mine   workings.  During   lhe   installation  of   this  machinery    there   have  been  employed  20 men, but this force will   be  reduced  to 12 miners.   Tho  properly  is  developed .by 11 seriesof tunnels.   The main  tunnel run in on  the lead,- wilh1 the  "crosscuts,   total   202   feet   in    length.  This tunnel gives a depth  of 110 feet.  There are three short'crosscut tunnels  .3?.ri further tunnel (Opening n'p a p.mil-'  lei lead, whioh is now in 45 feet on,the  vein.    At present two men are sorting  ore preparatory lo making -shipments  by rawhidir.g 11 miles to (.he Columbia  river at Burton   City.     The company  has a dozen mules   for  rawhiding  lhe  ore, which will be  commenced as soon  as the   snow  permits.   The   ore   is   a  sulphide,   carrying   gold   and     silver  values, with a percentage of  lead and  copper,'and when roughly sorted   will  return about  $30  per  ton.    Probably  by a nioie careful system of sorting at  a larger expenditure,  the yallies could  be  increased,    but    lhe   management  deem it wide Lo do just rough  sorting.  The Cariboo Creek mines  are  being  steadily opened np. The Golden Hope,  one of Lhe   properties   owned   by   Lhe  Cariboo- Creek- &     Canadian  -lining  Company,   is near the Silver Queen,  and as soon as the Silver  Queen  compressor begins  work the intention-of  lhat company is   lo   run   a   pipe  line  from ils plant and use   the   power to  run their drills.   J. O.  McMillan, vice-  president,    of   lhe    Cariboo   Creek   to  Canadisn   Company,    reports   that  a  good grade of  tellurium   ore  is  being  found on his company's property.  The .Millie Mac tunnel, No. 5, is in  100 feel. 'This property is ov.neel hy,  lhe Kamloops Mining fc Development  Company, and is being developed  under lhe ."������������������iipervisioii of C. C. Wood-  house, jr. They have a magnificent  body of ore-, and have a large i)iianlity  sucked and ready for shipment.���������Nelson Tribune. ,  Paying for Favors Received  We select the following gem  from  tho Province:  That, lhis kindly, couiteoiis. generous gentleman, whose life lias been  one long study of self-sacrifice and  heroic ilevot ion to principles aud the  bellermenl of his fellows, should be  singled out I'or the malicious attacks,  inspired by envy and jealousy, of such  rags as the Victoria Colonist and the  Kanilnop.s Standard, is deplorable in  Lhe extreme.  AL the: time of his last visit to Victoria tliere was no indication that Mr.  Boslock's wings held begun to sprout,  so it may be assumed that he is not  vol prepared to iiy away to LheElysian  fields where politics vex no more. In  the meantime, if he will read the  sentence quoted, he will get some  inkling of the reason why papers criticize him. He will get an example of  the insulting tone wliich his employees  lake towards others. If he. reads the  whole article of the Province through  carefully he will see how easily an  over-zealous champion may place him  in an awkward position. Why should  his private virtues he paraded before  tho public? Does he claim a monopoly  nf kindness. ceiurLesy, .and comni'-n  decency? Does he wish lhe people of  British" Columbia to think that he  monopolizes all lhe cardinal virtues?  So fulsome 11 piece of laudation in a  newspaper whie.i owes its existence to  him, i.s without parallel. In one place  the Province speaks of the pure.and  generous handS with which Mr. Bostock establishes business. The article  conveys the impression that' someone  is about lo make a further appeal to  his eeiinrosily. -        ���������  This paper has never intlie slightest  intimated anything derogatory to Mr.  Bostock personally. It has on the  contrary given him full.oredit'fbr paying for favors received. _ What it has  pointed out is that. liis ambition and  generosity, combined with a poor  knowledge of human nature, have  caused his namp to be associated in  the public: mind with the most indecent journalism * which ever afflicted  any province'oE Canada. When he  gels ii little older he will realize for  himself into what bad hands his public interests have fallen. No one will  then regret more than he that he  allowed his money to he employed hy  irresponsible people to stir up strife  and hatred and assail.with the foulest  language men in everv way his equals  except in tbe wealth which is his  "through the accident of circumstances."���������Colonist.  THE FRENCH CREEK CO;  LOCAL.  D. Henderson has received his express wagon from Calgary.  .tir. C. Ti. Freeman Lake and Mrs.  Freeman Lake went through yesterday  to Rossi .mil. ' ,  ii  A grand masquerade ball isv to ho  held at Nakusp, in Bonnie's hall, on  Friday, Nov. 2:irel.  Mrs. Il.aig went up to Glacier yesterday morning to meet Jlr. Haig and  his sister, who arrived from the old  country 011 Lhe No. 1.  Tickets for Hie Church of England  dance on Thanksgiving Day can be  obtained from Miss rfmythe, tlm  Misses Corbett or at Lhe door.  Lasl nighl an adjourned meeting  was he.'lel in the Fire Hall with the  view of forming a Scottish Society. It  was agreed that the society be formed  for Revelstoke and vicinity open to  Scotchmen and those of Scottish descent to be called the St. Andrews and  Caledonian Society of Revelstoke. All  interested are requested to attend a  meeting in the Union Hotel on Tuesday next at 8 o'clock or to communicate with Mr. ty. fi. Paxton, Hod.  Secretary.  . Suspended Animation  _tltlioTigii"ainiave lioard~ofTli_rfeats"  performed by the  Hindoos  and   their  wonderful   occult  powers,   very   few  porh'ips have seen  their ability demonstrated.   One of the most woneler-  f 11I lesls anel one bv which   they  have  gained such  world-wide notoriety,  is  that of suspended animation,  or the  placing of   a   person   in   a   condition  where, to all appearances, life  itself is  cxlinct.   Those   who   have   seen   the  work done by the fakirs in India have  perhaps     imagined    that   they alone  were capable, of producing such'effectf*.  but such is not the case.      1 luring  the  last   century   their   work   has     been  studied and"many have attempted to  duplicate Iheir experiments, but   very  few have really   learned   tlieir  secrets  and are able tn accomplish lhe  results  they attained.     One nf those who, hy  consanL    study   and     practice,     have  attained til. height of  psychic  power,  i.s the  Great  McEwen,   the   most   renowned hypnotist, of this age.    It. WJIK  he who introduced this  phenomena in  New York Cily, where it created such  intense interest   among   the   medical  fraternity, as it was  the  first case of  its kind in this country,  nntl  was  the  subject   of   column  after   column_ of  mailer in the.daily press and   medical  journals at. lhat time.    Mr. McEwen is  to apnear in   this   city   on   November  28t,h for five nights when lie will  demonstrate his abilitv in this line of work  hy placing Grace M. Maynnnl.  one  of  the pleasing ladies nf his" company,  in  the hypnotic sleep, where all action of  the liver, stomach and kidneys is suspended.   The yoiuier lady,  lying  upon  a couch, in her prolonged sleep, unconscious of all her stirrn.indin.rs and sns  ceptible to no suggestion, watched   hy  thoiisaiids of curious spectators, knowing no pain,  even   undergoing ������evere  tests, and  realizing  nol the lapse   of  time,   demonstrates beyond   a  doubt  that, this man  i.s indeed deservine of  his title, "The Great."     He   has  been  so long before the   public   that  praise  h.is hecome mere repetition,   so that  any eulogies would be superficial;   but  of one tiling he may  be assured,  that  he will   he   greeted     with    crowded  houses when he appears here,  and the  suspended     anim-tion   test    will    be  greatly  appreciated   by   our   people.  His     entertainments     in_lnde   many  comical and  highly amusing features  as well as tests of scientific nature. Hie  most of which are  acci-Smplished   with  volunteers from the audience, making  one of the  most   enjoyable^ evenings  possible.  THE WORK CLOSED DOWN FOR  THE WINTER  THE    SEASON'S    OPERATIONS  Are Very Satisfactory to  the  Company  Which Will Recommence Work Early  Next Year��������� Difficulties   of  Operating;  in the Big Bend���������The Labor Question'  Affects the Work���������A Bright .Future'  Manager Scaife, of the French Creek":    -  Co., was  seen   the   other  day   in his'  office in the Cowan block hy aHEBALD*  man.  anxious   to   find   out  how tbe  company had come out of the season's'  operations.    Mr. Scaife said  that the'  result   had    been     very   satisfactory;  under thc circumstances.     The fact of  there being only one derrick and one  opening had entailed frequent shutting  down and loss of time.     Timbers had"  been taken  out  for   another derrick,"  but it had been lost in the boat, which  went to the.boltom of the river, last  summer.    It   was   found  difficult to  keep up the supply of me.n which was*  another hindrance to continuous work J-_  Iu fact Mr.  Scaife  regards  this  point    .  as the most important consideration  for capital, undertaking operations, in   ~  lhe Big Bend.     As a rule they were   ���������  working this season with half a shift.  Men had Lo be moved around from one-  job to another. greatljSconfiictiiig Jivith :  the    continuity    of,,- 'the   operations... ^  Greater facilities for getting into Lhe-  country would of course help to solvel,  the problem.- ~Bnt^at-present  ifc*;VisJ   '  very annoying to liave men  who have '"  taken perhaps four or five days to" get  up to French  creek. from Revelstoke  quit after working three or four days.'  However, in spite of"these difficulties "  Mr. Scaife expressed himself satisfied  with the result of the season's oper-  ations, and he   thinks   the -��������� prospects  are bright as soon as the ground has  been got into proper shape  for handling.   The company have a good store  of supplies at the mine "and- will  be . '  able to start in next year as soon  as '  t.he    average   temperature * has   got _  above freezing point.   The snow does '  not hinder the work as the* giants can .  ofcoursedisper.se any quantity of it-_  without trouble,  bnt it  is-impossible,  -to-work���������when---the-spray���������from���������the.^  giants is converted ns soon  as  it  falls,  into a thin ice.  covering  the  ground  and rendering the' boulders  incapable,  of being handled by the derrie-ks.    Mr.  Scaife  has   opened   an   office   in   the .  Cowan block,   which  he   will   occupy  till the hooks of the company are made .'  up .and balanced nnd its affairs wound -*"  up for Lhe season.  , THE COUNTY COURT  _.  Cases  Tried   Before  Judge   Forin   on '  Thursday and Results  Judge Forin held a. sitting of tlie  County Court bust Wednesday. The.  following is the list of cases oh' the  docket and (he results of each:  The Golden British Colunibia,Ltd..v..  Stevenson, settled out of court. White '  and Scott, for plaintiffs.  Archibald v. Waverley. Settled  out of court. White to Scott for  plaintiffs, Wilson-and Senkler, Vancouver for defendants.  Coursier v. Benson. Judgment fnr_*'  plaintilf.    White & Scott for plaintiff. -^  Craig to Hillman v. Harvey."    Jndg-'*  ment for plaintiffs.     White  & Scott J  for plaintiffs, Geo. S.   McCarter   for  defendant.  Julian   v.   C. P. R.   Judgment   for '  plaintiff   for   part   eif   claim,     .l^mes  Murphy for piaiutiif, Geo. S. MeCai*t-T  for defendant. ,    .  Bryan v. Stanforlh.    Judgment for "  plaintiff,   Geo. S. McCarter for  plaintiff. .    . .  Skogstrom v. Myers. Judgment for  plaintiff.   James Murphy for plaintiff.  Troke v. Capinae.     Case adjourned '  until next   court.     Geo. S:" McCaiter '  for     plaintiff,     White' '&'   Scott   for  defendant.  Greene v. Edgar. Jud'gin". tit' for.''  amount paid into Court.. -_ Geo. S.-"  MrO.-irt-T for plaintiff; White to' Scotl'  for defendant. ~ ' ,  Bruce v. Clink." Judgment reserved, "'  White & Scott foe plaintiff. Geo. S^  McOarter for defendant,: Revelstoke   Herald  Published in Interests ol  Rerel-toke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake  lllecllle woel, Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pass and Eagle -"ass Dlstriote.  A   JOHNSON...  .Propplet  A Semi-Weekly Journal. published ln the  lntcroaia o( Revelsloke and tlio surrounding  dl-irict, Wednesdays and oaiurdaj a, making  ^oeeat connections with all trains.  Advertising Bates: Display ads, "U.~~ per  column loch. t'-.OO per Inch whenlnBcrUdon titlo  pa^e. Legal ads.. Uc p-r (uonparcll) lino tor  drst Insertion: 8c (or uaoh nddltluimllusortton.  Heading uotices, 15c per lino each Issue. Birth,  ���������JarrlttKO and Jleatb noilces. (reo.  bubecriplion Kate*:   By mall or carrier. J2 00  extensive  QUI. LONDON LETTER  From our own Correspondent.  London, October 25.���������In the political clubs and the railway carriages  allko evidence has been afforded of a  more hopeful feeling as to the Issue  Both governments, however, are milking ready for any emergency, tind the  admiralty authorities are instituting  enquiries   among  the  lend-  pcrannum; #1,-4 'or,slx.months, strictly in ing shipowners with reference to the  "uj.'job Department: "Jits H-ie__n Job ships which might be available to car-  Depaxuneut ta one of tho best equipped t ry arms in case of war. A careful  pnntingoi_cc������fo West Kootenav, and 1������ pro- Rtueiy of the French yellow book con-  pared lo execute oil kiods ofprintiiiK In "r������'.������rm��������� iiin Ininrpn _<nn mn.lo hv Hi* .In.  cIkm siylo at honest prices Ono prico to all. ,������**ms ino lmpicssion mauc UJ tlie ties-  No job too largo���������none U-������niall���������for ub. Mall patches that the 1" rench governiiieut  orders promptly attended to. Givo us a trial ;s anxious to find a loophole for es-  ������lS^w?-?_ii_di_tt: Welni correspond-! capo from an untenable position,  enco on any sulyoct of interest to tho goneral , outwardly the I'rench government  public, and desire a rcliabli regular corrot. p talks in a high kev to conciliate the  pendent    In     every     locali'       autrounding   ��������� -  Revelstoke.   In all cr.aoe lho bona fldo name,  of the writer rouiiiaocomrany manuscript, but  noi noc_3s*iily for publicntio'.  Address all co'iiniunicailoiis  REVELSTOKE HERALD  rt\elftt Vv, c . c  NOTICE TO COKRESPOKCEN'S.  1. All correspondence must bo legibly  written on one side of lho papor only.  3, Correspondence containing personal  matter must be signed with tl.s pr per name  of the -writer. ... _.  3. i ���������orreapondonce with reference to any  thing that has appeared In another paper  n.usi first be offered for publication to lhat  paper before it can appear in The Hbrai.d.  SATURDAY,     NOVEMBER  1!)    1898.  FIGHTING EATON  Chauvinists, but a strong impression  is lhat it is nervously anxious to  adopt a line of retreat which will not  look too much liko surrender.. The  whole gist of the sltiiallon lies in tho  following sentence in M. Dellacasse's  despatch to the French ambassador:  "To ask us to evacuate prior to any  discussion woulil in reality be al present an ultimatum. Well, who, knowing  France, can doubt tlio reply?" Yet  that in effect, is the British position,  and therein lies lhe deadlock. The  French government elo not want _~a-  sshoda. They are simply using it as  a lever to raise other issues, once  they have succeeded in doing that they  will gladly order M. Marchanil's withdrawal.  THE   REAL   QUESTION  is not whether the French    will withdraw from Fashoda, but in what manner the withdrawal   is to  be secured.  Are  we  simply  to  order    them    out  A Prince Alberl firm is waging war  on the T. Eaton & Co. in   a very sen- wjthont regard to consequence's? This  slide and effective fashion.   The firm is our view    It wouit1 be we]1 not to  has hired a couple of columns in the try   to   measure   these     consequences  local   papers,   in   which   Lhey  publish ourselves  but  well   to  take  the  cstl-  pach week a comparison of tlieir prices mates  ot  opinion  in  a  neutral  state,  with  those in Eaton's catalogue.     In aa expressed by the Standard's Vien-  cvery   caso  quoted   the  Prince Albert na correspondent.    Such a war,  it is  price is as cheap or cheaper, for pre- thought would in the nature of things  eisely  the  same  goods,  than  Eaton's ."become general, even should it begin  price with    the    postage    or    express merely  as a  naval  duel  between the  added.                                                            |two  navies.    Russia  would  be. bound  The' Prince Albert price for a man's to assist her ally, and if Russia makes  Wallaby fur coat    is $18.00.     Eaton's one move Germany is certain lo mako  and tho adventurer himself has been  reduced to silence. Having disposed  to its satisfaction of this part of the  matter the oflicials of the British as-  socinion arc now called upon for an  explanation why Rougemont was per-  millcel to read papers on his travels  anti ethnological observations at lhe  British meeting.  THE MAGAZINE CLIMBS DOWN  Messrs Newncs. & company in their  latest issue of the Worlel Wide Magazine stato prominently thafaftei" what  has transpired they do not publish thc  adventures of L. Rougemont as a true  narrative." They also admit that "it  now turns out that his real name Is  Louis Henry Grin, and that it is nol  possible I'or him to have been 110 years  among the savages us stated." Tliey  say "they leave iL to the pulilic to believe as much or as little as thoy  please." Thus ends one of tho strangest deceptions that has beon tried for  many years.  DECLINE  OF  RANCHING  IN  TIIE  STATES  A consular report on the cattle Industry of tho United States, whicli  has just been issued, affords striking  evidence of the approaching decline  of agriculture in the Slates. Year by  year lhe vast area of purely agricultural lands'in the United States is becoming more and more circumscribed, while the food ���������whether meat  or corn���������which il produces is being  more and more needed for homo con-  suinplion. The statistics of the cattle  industry arc striking. In 1S92 the  herds of the United Stales had reached  its maximum; since then it has, as  tho following figures will show, decreased by over 16 per cent:  Jan.l Milch cows Oxen,etc Total  1SS5 ..13.904,000' 35,573,000 49,417,000  1S92 ..16.4IG.000 37,651,000 54,067,000  1S96 ..10,504,000 34,364,000 50,S68,000  189S   . .10.S 11,000    29,264,000    45.105,000  IL is true thai the exports of maat  have been fully'maintained, but only  at the cost of depleting the herds. The  principal fact which stands out ��������� on  a review of the past years is, that the  cost of production of American cattle tends on the whole to Increase,  as compared with that of Britain.  OBD  NUMBERS IN PRIDES.  POSTAL NOTES  price-for the same coat is $17.50 plus  ?1.00 for express. A difference of 50  cents-in favor of buying at home.  On mens' Racoon coats, ladies'  fin-  jackets,'fur capes and other gooels the  another, and it requires little imagination to perceive what the end of it all  would be. The one group of powers  would of necessity call the other out  into the field, and all the horrors of  prices are in every caso lower at Lhe wal" from Sweden to Turkey which has  local store than.at Eaton's,  This is tha right kind of advertising, the kind that tells. Calgary merchants could do much to stop lhis  drain of money to Toronto by taking  an Eaton's catalogue and convincing  customers through newspaper advertising that It Is not only more patriotic  haunted European statesmen for the  last 10 years or so, would become a  terrible reality. The question at issue  is whether there is any settlement to  be found whicli the French government can accept without precipitating an internal crisis. The French  plead that we must not ask lhe im-  but actuallv cheaper, to buy in their- Possible of them. This means that  own town. No place of Its size has .***!** n)usti110-t��������� expect them toJie order-  finer  stores, or a  greater  variety    of  ed   about,  i hael   been  or to act tis Lhough lhey  goods to chooso from than Calgary. | Jnui ueen ordered about,, bul must  -. Personally, we should feel it a sort ?<*} with them m the manner befitting  of meanness to send-money to the two great nations In other words  average eastern department store. It we must find a settlement which.both  ts.degrading to imagine our good cash nations can accept as honorable and  going to enrich ' the    proprietors    of. satisfactory.  sweat  shops  which  pay  their  female I SENSATIONAL HEADINGS  emplovees such miserable pittances1 Lord Derby at Liverpool on, Satur-  that they are driven to vice to earn day uttered a warning against sensa-  a living. Let our good Christian tional headings in newspapers, nt this  ladies who'patronize department sweat moment,    of    difficulty    with    France.  The postal note system established  by the post oflice department affords  a" cheap and convenient means for remitting small sums. Postal notes  mav be bought at any money order  or   poscat   note   omce. -  May he bought as quickly as stamps  during all post office hours, and are  payable at any money order office.  Rates of commission are as follows:  Fascination   of    tho    Bargain   Counters.  Nine Cent Goods Soil Bettor Than Eight.  In speaking of bpecifil Gales tho othor  day and of thu figures that seem to attract  the public tho most, us well as tho class of  customers who f rcquont thoso sales, an old  and successful morehunt said:  "Thoro is a fascluu.lou In odd numbers  that always drawH purohusors. Now, I  will call your nttontion to some of tho  marked clown articles that ore boing sold  on our bargain countor. Notico thoso  nookties that nro murked at Dili conts,  lliroo for $1. It Is nn actual fact thut wo  sold twice us many of thorn ut 37)<j cents  as wo would soil tit So, and wo soil us  ninny again by allowing threo for fl.  Whon a man sous thoni sell lug at 37>_.  cents, he naturally Imagines that they uro  60 cent goods, and ho reasons thut ho van  got threo oheapor tliiin ho can ono, so ho  takes threo. Ho really docs got u bargain,  but he would not take it at u less nttruot-  Ivo flgiu-o.  ".Speaking of odd numbers, It Is a curious fact that soino nro muoh moro attractive thnn others. Nino conts, for intnnco,  Is one. of tho most nttractlTO figures and  tulls moro goods tliun 8 cents would.  Thirteen und 17 cents nre by no means so  good as 10 conts for running off an extra  lino, whilo 21 and 2:1 uro comparatively  poor sellers. Thirty-seven and a half e_mts  is a great fuvorlto and hotter than 80 by  far. Forty-nlno used to bo much better  than ib i.s now. I attribnto tho fact thut  it is less popular to tho number of jokoa  that havo beon mado upon It.  '���������~Vlu_i you get abovo 60 conts, peoplo  coiunionco to look moro ot tho real value  of a thing and less at tlio price charged.  Seventy-nino conts Is a great favorite, and  911 is ono of tho best figures, still that wo  havo to soil at, although not so good as it  used to bo. It will soli, however, 2S por  cent more"goods than will 11."���������Washington Post.  MADE OF THE  RIGHT STUFF.  shops consider this feature of the  question and if they act up to the principles they are supposed to believe  they will leave their money with their  own town merchants.  He went so far as to say that he. wished that such headings had never been  invented. Max O'Rell has protested  in the Times against "France Climbing Down" as a heading of this description. It is certainly in bad taste  and tends to exasperate. But while  heis about it, the popular writer and  lecturer,  at   least,   if  not    the    peer,  There   is   evidently     some     sense  among  the  legislators  of  New  South . _   .  Wales. Thev have just rejected a pro- j might address a word of expostulation  posal for a plebiscite on Lhe liquor to lhe other side of the channel. I  question. - undertake to say that Paris sins more    in this way. in a week, than all Eng-  ..,,.. , land  does  in  a  twelve  mouth.      The  The    Herald    has     received     from  abuse of this country in some o������ the  Imrle,  Graham  & Co., a copy o������ the  j_a,.is newspapers, tit anv lime of dif-  ^Gospel--Of^Matthew--translated-by-thcTflculty-lil.c-chisrwoul(r*ci10ife--a--main-  Rev.   William Wye Smith into broad 'sewer.  Scotch.    Without any reflection on the I  Scotch dialect we do not see that the'  Rev.cWilliam bas made the gospel any  clearer.  BRITISH INTERESTS IN CHINA  From  The  Calgary Herald  At the city police court Friday afternoon Mr. Winter, police magistrate,  gave  judgment  in   tht  rase  of  Hong  Kwong.   a   celestial,   against   whom j  evidence had been taken on a former '  day,  relative to  a  charge of keeping'  a common gaming house.   The magis- |  trate fell that there was not sufficient  sklt which  THE PUNCH CARTOON  this week makes clover use of the  Fashoda incident. It depicts a French  organ grinder planted on John Bull's  doorstep, with a military monkey  perched on the instrument clanging  cymbals, the master of the house appears at the door in a dressing gown  and a frown on his face. "Go away:  'Go away'.' says John Bull. "Eh?  | What you give ine if I go?-' asks the  'Frenchman; to which the reply is:  i"I'll give you somethhing if you don't"  Quit!" "Pro Quo:" is the tite of thc  has the merit of faithfully  '.vldence that the accused was the ' reflecting the points of the situation  manager of the room in question, nnd i without, let us hope, unduly milling  dismissed the cas_. I French   susceptibilities.  A.  L- Sifton represented the crown' M. DE  LARESSSAN ON  1 cent  on note for  20  cents  1 cent  on note for  25  cents  1 cent  on note for  30  cents  1 cent  on note for  40  cents  2 cts.  on note for  50  cents  2 cts.  on nolo for  00  cents  2 cts.  on note for  70  cents  2 cts.  on note for  SO  cents  2 cts.  on note for  90  cents  2 cts.  ou note for  51 00  2 cts.  on note for  51  50  2 cts.  on note tor $2  00  2 cts.  on note for $2  GO  3 cts.  on noto for  53  00  3 cts.  on note for  ?l  00  3 cts.  on note for ?5  00  Sweet & McDonald, harness makers  of Regina. have dissolved partnership.  Each is continuing on his own account, -.,  McDonald & Skinner, of the1 South  Edmonton Plaindealer. have dissolved partnership, J. Hamilton M^m  Donald  continuing the business.  Mrs. Moses Cameron, and Archie  Cameron, mother and son, two insane  persons from La Corne, were sent to  the Brandon insane asylum last week  from Prince Albert.  The Turks have according to a late  telegram withdrawn their troops from  Crete with the exception of four officers anel 44 men, and this is 4S Turks  too many ior the good of Crete.  Commaudar Powell Won thc AdralrfetiM  of His Captor.  Sand always eoiniiiunds respect and consideration from those who aro themselves  bravo men. Captain Jones, who was ln  command of the l-'loridu troops when thoy  took tho United States arsenal at Apa-  lachicoln, always delighted in telling this  incident:  "Commander Powell was ln ohargo of  tho arsenal," rclatnd tlio captain. "He  had been ln tho service for 20 yours and ho  mado n gallant dofenso against overwhelming number.. To boaecurato, ho did about  nil tho fighting himself mid gavo us tho  Impression that lio hail quito a respectable  force buck of him. When wo ontercd, the  grim old wurrio~-_urnod and addressed ns  thus:  '' ',Fivo minutes ago I was oomniandor  -of this arsenal; but, in conscquonco of tho  weakness of my command, 1 was obliged  to surrender, an act which I havo novor  hitherto hnd,to do during my entiro military career. ,If I had a forco eepial to or  even half tho strength of your own, I'll be  d���������d if you should have ontorod that gate  until you walked over my dead body.  You seo, I havo but tliroo men. If they  were soldiers Instead of common laborers,  wo would bo fighting yot. I now consider  myself a prisoner of war. Toko my sword,  Captain Jones..'  "I did tako "it mechanically and under  tlio spell of his outburst, but immodiutely  returned it and Loid him ho was too brave  a man to disarm. Spontaneously tho on-  tiro command gave threo choers for Powell  und thero was not ono of us who did not  fcol proud that ho was an Amorican citizen. "���������Detroit Treo Press.  Do  You  Require  and   the  accused   was    defended     by  Lougheed & Bennett.  Wong I>_~v was next charged with  the theft ot 1130 from the lsst defendant on the occasion of the raid made'an,j"  ANGLOPHOBIA  The   distingiiishcil     French     writer  warns his countrymen rjfuihr  folly of  cultivating  the spirit of Anglophobia  points out to  them  the  cost,    of  upon a Chinese health resort ot At- ' SuCh a practice. The French people arc  lantic avenue on October 21st. In this aircn,iy paying rather a henry fino  case Mr. Bennm on behalf of the pri- for t|u.lr Anglophibln. but the e-ost  vate prosecutor was associated with. to t]icm in v/ar WOuM be b.u-ond all  Mr. Sifton, crown prosecutor, while;calculation. The simplest illustration  Mr. Nolan represented the innocence of Ulis is the fa(,t that j.-ranrt, 0X-Ports  of the accused. After taking the tc England ,C52 millions worth or her  . vielence- of Chief English and 'Young products, while to Russia sho  Brown" a Canadian bom Chinaman,  the further hearing was adjourned for  a week, the accused being released on  ���������"���������"II- la degree of civilization as France.and  A   bunch   of  summonses    for    fre- j that our laws anel customs are imbued  quenting  a  gaming  house are  listed j with  a liberal  spirit still   lacking  in  only  j exports -C2 millions worth.    He points  | out  ffor  whicli   we  cannot    feel     too  grateful that we have reach-d as high  for hearing, and a Chinese assault case  is on the tapis for next week.  Lady Aberdeen is sending out trained Victorian nurses from England to  take charge of tho Regina cottage hospital.  The Evening Telegram says: There  is good reason to believe the truth of  tht' report that Russia has advised  Prance to gracefully recede from a  position of hostility to England, relying upon profound assurances of  Russian support against perfidious  Albion  "some other day."    It is    al-  her own. M. D'Larfissan points out  moreover, that, he periods of history  in thn past century when Frenedi influence was greatest, were those of  the closest union of French and English  interests.  THE CRUSOE BUBBLE BURST  The task of unmasking Rougemont  which the Daily Chronicle has devoted so much time anel space, is rcKard-  ed by that journal as complete for the  present. The enquiry has not gone  tho length of despatching a special  mission to interview the amiable cannibals   in   whose;   society   Kougzinnnt  "some other dav."    It is    ...  wavs   todav   when   Russia" is   getting   alleges ho spent so  many  years very  from  France, and always some other  pleasantly   on   the   whole.     Short   of  day when France will get anything  from Russia. The" sacrifices which  France makes for the Russian alliance  are immediate, the profits 'which  France Is to get from the Russian alliance are ultimate. Future glory for  France and immediate cash for  Russia are the foundations of a onesided alliance. .-..".  that the Daily Chronicle has collertci  ample evidence in support of its contention that Rougemont is B. L. Grin,  and that he was not born in Paris  but in a village of the Canton Vatiel.  and that his life among savages did  not cover 30 years, but some three  ' only. In the opinion of the Chroni-  icle the fraud is completely exploded.  "There was a small exodus from Regina last week, when L. Munson and  family. Jlrs.Wilson and daughter.Jss.  McPherson and J.Morrison. left for  Vancouver. Three of the above have  been citizens of th? capital for-many  years.  Telegram: Of course the GIol.o is  prepared to suspend judgment In regard to the Yukon charges until is  "hears Ogilvie's report," and it. is  only sorry that its discreet silence  cannot be prolonged until it hearn the  repoit of Gabriel's  trumpet.  The nulls of the Chinese nobility  s'-metimes attain Ih-' length of IS  ir.e-hes, and the Siamese belief' wear  long silver cases at tin; etui of their  fingers to protect the nails If they are  long enough to need it, or to make  ~'~t:r>le believe that, they arc there  jvoii if they are not.  "It is hard to keep good men down"  tvas a much used quotation of the immortal .1. Peck Jlacswain. and it is  qilltr true in his own case, as tlie following is a clipping from the Boss-  burg i Wash.) Journal: "Pock Mac-  swain, the prlnetor ,in<l humorist  dropped in on us yesterday en route  from Noison. to the Bounclarv country."  The well known effort of self denial  week will be oliservd rlirotiarhont the  Salvation army in this territory from  November 20th to November 2fith.  More than ordinary activity has taken  possession of the army's energetic,  members in anticipation of this great  event of the Salvationists year. The  army hns few regular subscribers,  and its beneficient operations are  maintained by the free will offerings  of the people. This docs nor leave its  leaders much margin to jaunc-h out  in its vast, missionary labors and extend its daily growing anel social Institutions. The needs of the heathen  anil the socially downfallen .-ir^  chiefly met through the now world  wielo agency of aelf denial w _������k.  Officers and soldiers of all ranks join  in this mighty effort, denying themselves in many eases of even what  may be. considered lho n .ci-sarir'.. of  life, that the proceeds of this 'week  may be capalil" ijf i;reat. realization.  In this endeavor all outside; friends  and sympathizers of the work are in  vited to join in gift or sacrifice. During the past year extensive additions  and developments have been made  in 'he social'department of the army's  work, and to meet the additional  claims of these it is hoped to realize,  a total which shall exceed all previous achievements of self denial week.  Frco Mustard.  Jnmcs Russell Lowell said, "All deaoons  nre good, but tliero nro odds In deacons,"  nnd it may bo added that thero aro odds  In other varieties of men.  Squiro Blank, according to Harper's  Bazar, was not only tlio richest man in  his village, but tho stingiest os well.  Nothing guve him such keen delight as to  get something for nothing.  Ono day ho and sovcral of his neighbors  had been In conference with a manufacturer who contemplated establishing _,  mill in the town. Tho conference was held  in the ono storo of tlio village), and at its  close^ho nianiifnc-urcF'sfeppecl up to a  showcase containing cigars unel said:  "nave a cig.-ir, gentlemen-"  All the men selected a cigar oxcept  Squire Blank. He did not smoko. Therefore! ho salel:  "Thank you, sir, but I don't smoke.  But.as the cigars aro n dime apieco I'll  take a dlmc'i, worth o' mustard if you guy  so."    "  Of conrre ^the astonished gentleman  ���������'sulci so," and tlio squiro wont homo jubilant over" a hull halt pounel o'mustard  tbat never co-t tne a red cent."  A   fastidious T>_ s.lrmnna.  When Wil-on Barrctt'dld his ''one night  onlj" parforniiinsc of ''Othello" in Melbourne, he '���������pn.-.sloncd" with milch frenzy  and khvii rUn to a'ludicrous situation.  Having stlll.-d Iteseleinona in n businesslike fashion, lie camo down tho stage, being first su;>po-"*<! to drnw tho tapestry together, leaving tho (--mothered Mls-^.Ief-  frl" _ cijinfortiibly corpscd on thc !)od.  But in hl-t cnt,hu^!a..ni lie did not, quit*  elo"-������ tho nr.-as, and while ho was dooming in the foreground half tho audience  wero tittering nt tho comic sight of th_  beaut*, ins corpse In thc rear sitting up  ond arranging her draperies to pictur-  es^uo aclvnnt.ige. Having oven that they  wero correctly displayed, Maud De->dcmonn  1,-iy down and went dead r.g.iin, whilo  Wilson B.-irrcrt continued his riot.���������Sydney I'uliain.  Sailors C������u't Swear.  The regulations of both the army und  navy forbid profanity, ond any soldier or  sailor who c.l..|c!_t.������ to being sworn at by  his ������������������'���������-j.-ri'jr oflicer may make complaint,  thereby sul.j"';ting the offending officer to  trial by court martial, yet wo have ronson  to believe that, such jr.en us Washington,  Fa Tragus and Grant _iould swc.nr unel diel  swear up'.nryicnsloR, nnel history furnI._io_  no record of their having boon court niar-  tlalecl on thnt, account.���������KxclinngH.  His Addition.  A down cast correspondent recalls n  story told In thn lust, century of n schoolboy iiiuiied KcUs, whri liiid a teanhnr  named Bascmi. Tho lad afterward bo-  cnnim a noted preacher. Ono elay his te.u'.h-  er sttfu. a copyln the boy's writing book,  "Eels urn an ordinary fish." Tho boy  copied it very carefully nnel added, "Kels  were nn ordinary lish till Buscom (bass  come)."���������Now York Times.  Tlie Cold Shoulder.  It wns onco customary in Franco when  ��������� guest hail remained too long for tho host  to sorvo a cold shoulder of mutton instead  of a hot roast. 'This was the origin of thi  phrasa "to give tho cold shoulder."  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CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST -BUUdl - Kevelstoke.  Preaching sorvices at 11 a.in. and 7:30  p.m. Clues -Looting at the ol'-Be-of thc  morning service tahbath School and Biblo  Class at 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer meeting  every Wednesday cveninu at 7:30 p.m. The  public aro cordially invited.   Bouts free.  " ItEV. S. J. THOMPSON, Pastor.  pilUBCII OiT ENGLAND-St. P. tor's  *-" Kovolnloke Ilonra of service: Evening  prayer daily at 5 o'clock, Fridays at 7:30.  Sundays and Festivals: Holy Communion nt,'  a.m., morning prnyar nt 11. Sunday School  andMlilo Cliios at 2:3(1. evo-jing prey, r at 7:30.  First Sunday in tlio month Holy Communion  at morning service..'     ' *'" -  FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  PttKS BYTE MAN CHUKCH���������"Reyelstoke.  Service over. Sunday at 11 a.in. und 7:30  p.m. Bib'o.Clios at *2:30 p.m., lo which  hll aro welcome Prayer mccting-ac 8 p m.  every Wednesday.  EEV. T. MKNZIEB, Pastor.  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Wo Have a Good Supply of  Building  Material  and Lumber  CUT PRICES FOR SPOT CASH  Call and see us. "We can fix you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  Rovoistols.0 Station, B. C.  J. F(. Hull  & Company  Butchers   end    Wholesale   an ,  ' .'   Retail Dealers jn.B.ef, Pork, etc  KAMLOOPS and REVELSTOKE  _> 11 orders in our lino prom  tilled iff  J~uP  *?*__���������  PHILIPPINES HINT ATTROUBLE  -  -SPAIN   MUST YIELD  Expulsions from Germany���������Garcia wid  President McKinley-The President  of Brazil.  fSpecial to The Herald.*)  London, November 15.���������Aragon demand- decentralization from the  Spanish  government.  EXPULSIONS FROM GERMANY  Germany Is expelling Danes, Austri-  ans. Jews and* Dutchmen from her  territories.  SPAIN  MUST  YIELD  London, November Io.���������The London  Daily press is pronounced In its declaration that Spain must yield to the  United States demands respecting the  Philippipnes.-  SL1G1ITED  BY HIS  EMPEROR  A German prince appeals to his  peers for redress against the Emperor  William, who he asserts has slighted  him.  PRESIDENT OF BRAZIL  New York, November ' 15:���������Camos  Salles was installed as president of  the Brazilian republic .yesrteday.  MEETING OF THE COMMISSION  Washington, November 15.���������The reciprocity committee high joint commission held its meeting yesterday In  Washington.     '."--_  GARCIA   AND  M'KINLEY  General"Callxto Garcia is en route  to Washington to .interview President  McKinley.   :   - \--     .       ".-_,-/  PHILIPPINOS   HINT. AT   TROUBLE  The 'Phili'ppinos have addressed -a  petition to the United' States authorities -at Washington in which -*~thcy  ofUcially accuse the United States .and  hint of trouble iii-the" future."-   ��������� -'  SATURDAY'S   NEWS  LORD   ABERDEEN    TAKES   HIS  DEPARTURE  TERRIBLE   FIRE  CITY  IN DAWSON  Winnipeg, November 12.���������The Presbyterian synod at Winnipeg was closed at 1 o'clock yesterday.  BLANCHARD  UNSEATED  ��������� Blanchartl. M. P. P.. for Verchei-es,  Is unseated. . -        ���������   -  . '   FIRE  AT  DELORAINE    .   :  A terribly destructive fire   occurred  at Deloraine yesterday.'. , The    loss is  estimated at over $20,000.-  -BONSPIEL FIXED  The Winnipeg bonspiel for 1S99 has  been fixed for February 13th:  STEWART ACQUITTED  At_.the-Brandon,   assizes    yesterday  Stewart was tried for the murder* of  Charles Henry and ��������� acquitted.  .REFUSING TO SERVE.   '  -'    ,  A warrant is issued against Andrew  Carh'agie -for  refusing to  serve on  a  jury;  LOCAL YUKON, RAILWAY     "  Parliament is to be'asked   for   permission to charter a local Yukon railway, alsoto institute an express company. .        ." -     " ���������   ���������' '       '     -  SNOW FALLING '  Toronto,, November   12.���������Snow ' has  fallen throughout" Ontario and Quebec.  STORMS IN THE EAST .  Storms of the last few days  have  done considerable damage   throughout  the country and ia many places the  telegraph wires are down:   There, was  a very'heavy fall,of snow last night,  ���������which -has seriously delayed the railway trains in many parts of the country..  *    * JUDGES    "SALARIES  The Ontario .Trades   Labor   Council  severely     criticize'    Lord   Aberdeen's  speech on judges', salaries, .    -    ���������  .   SUNDAY    WORK  '  An elevator   foreman    at   Midland,  Ontario, was fined* yesterday for working on Sunday.  ^~-= '-^=���������EORD^MINTO"-"���������^  Quebec, November ��������� 12.���������Lord .Minto  and staff, on board the Scotsman  passed Furthest Point inwards at  midnight.  New York, November-12.���������The negroes are creating a reign >of terror  at Pana,'111.    "���������  ARMED   WHITE .MOBS  Armed mobs of   whites are terrorizing the  negro   population   in   North  Carolina. .      ���������   <-  *��������� REPUBLICAN VICTORY  The  Republicans  claim  a  majority  of 13 candidates elected over all 'op-  posltion= in  the House'of Representatives. -  INTERNATIONAL COMMISSION  Washington,     November    12."���������The  Anglo-American  commission  held    a  hricf session today and then adjourned until Tuesday next week.,'   '   ".  A FAMILY SCRAP  Scottshurg,   Ind.,   November '12.���������A  telegram received last night by Fer-  land  McClelland  of  this    city    from  Glasgow, Kentucky, states that on the  previous   night  his   brother "In   law,  Robert Brown, had shot at and kfll-  ''   ed  his  father  Louis  McClelland, - his  mother and sister Bertha and dangerously, wounded his brother.    The tragedy is supposed to be the result of  a family quarrel.  ,  DREYFUS'IS  DYING  London, ' -.lovember '   12.���������Dreyfus  writes .that he is ill and dying    and  asks his country  to rehabilitate  his  memory.  NOT NERVOUS  London, November 12.���������The Lon-  Standard commenting on the political situation says: "Even if we had  to stand .alone we should not flinch  from the. sturdiest assertion" of our  just claim on China, against any single antagonist or combination of an-  ��������� tagonists, but with the United States  on our side wc feel assured our for;  hearance would not bo tried nor our  deterininaion pu to a final test.  THE KICK OUT     *  London.   November     12.���������All     the  Turkish   forces  have left  Crete   with  the exception of four officers anel forty  five men.  MISSIONARIES AVENGED  ,        London," November 12.���������Thirteen  ''    the  natives   who   were   concerned  the recent murder of missionaries  Sierro Leone havo been hanged.  THE GERMAN EMPEROR  Tho  Emperor William    will    visit  Cadiz but will not land on  Boll.  Oyster Culture in British Columbia ���������  Criminal Statistics���������Arrival of Lord  Minto at Quebec  Winnipeg. November 11.���������Lord and  Lady Aberdeen sailed for England on  Saturday.  GOOD INCOME  Morley will receive    $10,000    yearly  for five years for his life of the late  Hon. W. E. Gladstone.  ELECTIONS  Banff, November 14.���������Dr. Brett will  protest the Canmore vote.  OYSTER CULTURE  Victoria,   B. ' C,    November     14.���������  Special attention will be given to the  oyster culture of British Columbia.  UNSEATED  Toronto, November 14���������Moscrlp was  on Saturday unseated in South Perth  on disputed ballots.  ��������� MULOCK RE-ELECTED  Hon. William Mulock," was Friday  night, at, a largely attended meeting  of the university senate, unanimously  re-elected vice chancellor of the university of Toronto, a position he has  held since 18S0.  LORD JUNTO'S ARRIVAL  Quebec, November 14.���������Lord Minto  arrived in Quebec on Saturday and  took.the oath as Governor General.  CRIMINAL STATISTICS  Ottawa, November 14.���������The report  of criminal statistics for the year ending September 30, 1S97, has just been  issued. It shows that there was an  incrcaso of C32 in the 'number of  charges for indictable offences" during  the year, from 7,305 to 8,027. The  number of convictions , was 5,721  against 5,204 for*the previous vear.  The* number of convictions decreased  in Nova Scotia anel New Brunswick  nnd increased in all the other provinces. ��������� . Of the total number of convictions - in 1897 G.3 per cent- .were  females;- "' ' '  ,  : '-A TERRIBLE ACCIDENT  -'"Kamloops..November 14.���������A terrible  accident took place on Thursday night  on the Canadian Pacific, a mile east  of Shuswap, second station east of  Kamloops. Two men lost 'their lives,  and one was "seriously injured., Tho  dead are: E. Reid, brakeman; James  Little,., engineer, and John George,  fireman, was badly scalded. A freight  train in charge of .Conductor. Powers  and' Engineer Little" was following the  Pacific express train,-consisting of. 20  cars with ,an engine." While crossing  the i level prairie between Lake and  Shuswap the boiler of the engine exploded. So great was the force' that  the 'engine was turned 'completely  around.- The top of-the cab was blown  up on a telegraph pole and .two cars  wrecked. .. The brakeman was killed  Instantly..-, The engineer was-so'badly  Injured that he died next*morning. A  wrecking train from here, with Drs.  Froctor and Wilson reached the wreck  about 2. - The . injured... man was  brought to tho hospital here and the  tracks cleared. ' Coroner. Clarke Is  holding an inquest on the bodies.  A DREAMING  MATCH.  se-  of  RUSSIA     NAMES      THE     NEXT  FRENCH  EMPEROR  Dreyfus to be Declared Innocent���������Leading the Philippines���������Li HungChang  Banished  London, November 14.���������Reports'aro  current-ln-Baris-that^Dreyfus-is-dead.--  .   Ll-HUNG' CHANG/BANISHED    "  Li  Hung Chang has  been  publicly.  banished from Pekin.   "  GENERAL   KITCHENER"-  The    Empress     Frederick     visited  General Kitchener at Aberdeen'  Saturday.  Great Britain anei Italy have an understanding regarding Africa.  ���������' LEASING THE PHILIPPINES  Paris. November 14.���������A syndicate in  Paris ���������havc made the proposition  to lease the Phillipplnes for a term of  25 years.        _,  U. S. POLICY ENDORSED  London,  November 14.���������The policy  of tho Uniteel States government respecting  colonial   expansion   is   fully  endorsed by the English newspapers.*  .j  LOSS<OF LA BOURGOGNE  Paris, November 14.���������The Compan-'  ieGeneral Transatlantlque are sueing  the owners of the Cromartyshire for  $250,000 'on account of th loss of the  Bourgogne.  .   THE.WIND   HAS   CHANGED  London,  November 14.���������There is a  sudden change in Paris towards England.   Newspapers are imploring each  other not to irritate her by epileptic  denunciations.     The   truth   is   that  everything   is   overshadowed   by   the  imminence of the proclamation of the  innocence' of Captain Dreyfus.  GREAT CHANGES POSSSIBLE  Paris, Novemher 14.���������Russia has informed ' President  Faure  that  she   is  tired of the constant changes in the  French   ministry   and   has   intimated  her belief that Prince Louis Napoleon,  who Is now ln the Russian army will  be the future French emperor.  Lighted Lamp Thrown Starts the Blaze  ���������New Postal Regulations���������Express  Train Wrecked���������Other News.  Victoria, B. C. November 15.���������A  terrible conflagration visited Dawson  City on October 14, wliich swept out  ���������I') buildings, including tlio post office,  and which destroyed property amounting to the value of $530,000. The fire  started In the dance hall at the rear  of tho Green Treo saloon, and was the  result of a row in which a dancing  woman, named Belle Mitchell, threw  a lighted lamp at another woman. It  Is stated that the fire of a year ago  was started by the same woman  throwing a lamp. Only a month ago  she burned her own placo on Third  Avenue, Dawson, by throwing a lamp.  No deaths are reported, but several  cases of serious Injury are mentioned.  Winnipeg, November 15.���������Two Galician students have entered at Manitoba college.  DAWSON CITY* REPRESENTATION  The miners of Dawson City are asking for representation in the House of  Commons.  DOUKHOBOR SETTLERS  The Doukhobor delegates have  lected land for "settlement   north  Yorkton.  SWAN RIVER RAILWAY  Another 25 miles of the Swan, river  extension of L. M.~"R. & C. Co. is to be  completed at once.   ���������  CHARITABLE BEQUESTS  Toronto.       November 15.���������Jane  Shields, of Toronto, has bequeathed  large sums of money for charitable  purposes. .  ELECTION    APPEAL     '     ������  Moscrip will appeal against the decision of the election    courts   in   the  matter of the South Perth petition.  EXPRESS  TRAIN  WRECKED  An express train was    wrecked    at  Briarton,    Ont., yesterday,    in   which  several persons were seriously injured.  FIRE IN MONTREAL     "  Montreal, November 15.���������The Pillow  H.rsey works, Montreal, were yesterday damaged by fire to the   extent   of  $40,000.00.  THE VOLUNTEERS  The Montreal Volunteers    are   preparing a great military demonstration  whicli is arranged to   take   place   in  January next.  HISTORIC SPOT FOR SALE  Ottawa, November 15.���������The historic  Plains of Abraham are to be offered  for sale in building lots. The Ho'tel  Dleu nuns are the owners of this property, not the government.  MARRIED   - " &  Collingwood Schrieber, deputy minister of railways and canals, and Miss  Gwyne_ were married in. Ottawa yesterday.   ,      *      .',-.'        '    - -  POSTAL' MONEY ORDERS  . The interchange    of   postal   money  ciders has "been    arranged    between  Canada, Japan and Corea.  POSTAL REGULATIONS  Tho Postal Union convention concluded at Washington in 1897 will  come Into force on January 1st, when  changes in the regulations between  Canada and other countries will be  enforced  . ELECTRIC POWER"  Hamilton, Novemebr-15.���������The    City  of Hamilton is supplied with electric  power from Drew's Falls, 34 miles distant from the city.  ALEXANDER HAMILTON GUILTY  ___.Brandon,���������November_-_15.���������Alexander  Hamilton was yesterday found guilty  at.the Brandon assizes on a charge of  performing a criminal operation on  Louise Walker.  Tlie Indian Did Pretty "Well, bnt the Whit*  Man Did Better.  Among tho famous Indian traders of tha  past was George Galphln, whoso trading  station at Silver Bluff, S. O, was fre-  quonted by Indians from far aud near. In  "Bonch and Bar of South CutoUui." u  charaotorlstla anecdote is related of Mr.  Qulphln and an Indian chief.  Chief Mogoloch from beyond the Savannah rivor spent tho night ut Mr. Gulphln's.  In tlio morning tho Indlau said, "Ms  dream lust night."  . "AhI"  said Galphln.    "W'hut did my  red brother dream?"  "Mo dream you givo mo flno big rlflo"  ���������In Gnlphin's possession tit the timo.  Tho trader instantly passed tho rlflo to  the chief, saying, "If you dreamed it, you  must havo It."  Next morning Galphln said to the chief,  "I dronmod last night."  "Whnt yon dream?" asked Mogoloch.  "I dreamed you gavo mo tlio Chickasaw  stallion"���������which tlio chief was then riding.  "If you dream urn,you musthava urn,"  said tho chief, and tho horso was straightway transferred to tho trader.  'J'ho next morning tho Indian remarked,  "I dream last niglit."  "What did my red brothor droamf" was  the Inquiry.  "I dream," answered Mogoloch, "you  gavo me red coat you wear and much calico."  "If you dreamed it, you must havo It,"  said Galphln, nud tho Indian received the  red coat nnd calico.  ,  Next morning it was Galphln's turn.  Ho said to tho chief, "I dreamed last  night."  "What you dream?" was Mogoloch's Inquiry.  "I dreamed," roplied Galphln, "you  gavo mo ten miles of land around tho  Ogeochco old town."  "Wugh!" said tho Indian. "If yon  dream, you must havo mu, but I dream  with you no moro."  EARLY USES OF GLASS.  COASTING  IN THE TROPICS.  EDMONTON ROUTE ALL RIGHT  A. F. Deachman. who left last spring  by the Slave Lake trail for the  Upper Peace river district, with a  largo prospecting" outfit, got through  with the=loss of only one horse. He  discovered and staked some promising  claims anel aftercseeing his party settled pushed on for the Pacific coast,  which he reached easily floating down  the Skeena river. He returned to  South Edmonton last week amK has  sine gone east to arrange for further  supplies for his party for next summer's work.  He has every -'confidence in the Edmonton route as the proper one to  reach the gold country as far north  as Fort Graham. He says supplies  from the coast must he packed into  that country, whereas from this side  they can be taken in by the ton on  sleighs in the winter. He contradicts  the blood curdling stories of the trail  that have been circulated at the coast.  The Sport Confined tu the Summer In Hawaii���������Snow Not _.ecessar_*.  Although Hawaii lies within tho torrid  zone, coasting can bo enjoyed in any  month of tho year. On the island of Hawaii it would bo possiblo to slide over  miles of snowfiolds, if one should tako tho  troublo to climb tliu Btcep mountain  slopes, forMiiuna Ken never lobes its snow-  cap even in tho hottest summers.  But tho Hawaiians havo nover cared for  snow for coasting. It is ontiroly too cold  for them. They coast only in warm weather. Tho wanner tho season tho better the  sport, for they slido down hill on dry  grass or. In default of that, on a narrow  track constructed with slabs of smooth  lava. Thoso coasting trucks aro now to be  found by hundreds on the hllli and arc n  sure sign that nearby is the sito of somo  Hawaiian village.  Tho sled is a vehicle tlmt calls for skill  on tho part of tho rider. It, is mado of  hard timber, for it has to stand very rough  usage, and its runners_rcquire donso stuff  to tako tho polish without which thero  could bo no speed. A sled Is all the way  from 7 to 20 foot long, tho two runners  separated by no moro than n handbrendth"  a hand rail on each side. . With a sled of  that narrowness it would bo impossible to  sit down unci shovo oneself along _until  caught by tho velocity of doscont. Tho  only way is to pick up the long sled, tako  a speed gathering run and fling tlio body  and Elect together down tho hill. Dono  just right thero Is a whizzing, breathless  rldo down tho hill and ovor tho level valley lands. Dono just tho least littlo wrong  thero is no slide, but "a tearing up of dried  grass and perhaps n broken bono or so  and tho onlookers' shout of derision. This  is all in tho way of sport, and in that pursuit ovon ������ Hawaiian is willing to make  fiomo sacrifices.���������Now York Sun.  Known First to thu Egyptian!, bnt _tro_������ht  to Perfection by tho Romans.  Iii an interesting urticloon "Ornauion-  tol Glass In All Ages" In Tho Woman's  Homo Companion Orlona L. Shackloford  has this to say of tho untiquity of glass:  "Tho Egyptians used glass ornaments  Inrgoly for personal decoration. Necklaces, bracolots, beads, scarabaii, etc., of  exquisite bcoutj have been discovered ln  their tombs, lt also sorvod to bedoak  clothing, and Innumerable domestic objects woru made of it for daily uso. In-  doed this accommodating medium was  adapted by thoni to an infinity of purposes, boing blown, cast, rollod, wrought  or cut, ns tho worker willed, whothor into  statues of thoir gods or as glass uyos for  tho sightless sockets of their mumiiiioH,  to o.-pross tho wish of tlio soul to arrivo  mifc and whole at tho end of Its journey.  The Romans excelled tho Egyptians ns  extonsivo users of glass. It sorved them  for donoratlon to walls and floors, for all  sorts of domestic vessels, cinerary urns  and coffins (tho Egyptians buried Aloxuu-  dcr the Great in a glass coflin), for ornaments, toys, dico, draughts, chessmen and  water clocks. Wo read of a tablo ot solid  oineralil that was carried off by the Goths  when they sacked tlio Eternal City, but it  Is now considered not to have been of  precious stono, only flno groen glass or  jasper, yot doomed sufficiently valuable to  bo set with pearls and mounted in gold.  "Theso great builders, the most practical of antiquity, woro not slow to realize  the value of this transparent medium as a  means for transmitting light into their  palaces and temples, but thoir window  panes were only from 7 to 10 inches  square, und thc glass was moro grcon than  white, lacking tho crystal clearness of our  modern productions. Glass mirrors wero  known to tho Egyptians and -Romans.  Spcoimens havo been found in tlio tombs  of the former, and documentary evidence  from Pliny, Soiiocn, Lucretius and others  undoubtedly proves their possession by tho  latter. Glass was used for lamps in Pompeii, but we have no evidonco of its being  applied to such a purpose in Egypt, whero  lt was appropriated moro largely to ornamental and decorative rather than domestic purposes."  SIT ON THE FLOOR.  .At liberty to Scream.  It was on a ferryboat plying between  Sydney and Manly, ono of that city's beautiful suburbs. Evory scat was occupied.  Each occupant felt tho iniluonco and pro-  pared for an onjoyablcttrlp, when a lank  girl of 15 appeared, dragging by tho hand  a scroaming child. -  CATTLE TRAIN DERAILED NEAR  SWIFT CURRENT  of  in  at  Fifteen or Twenty Cattle Killed Near  Southesk in a Train Accieent  Medicine Hat, November 12.���������A  slock train was derailed four miles  west of Swift Current yesterday morn-  Ing. The accident occurred through  thn breaking of an axle on the tender  ol the engine. Thero was no casual-  Hies of any kind, not even any of the  The right place to hold the World's  Fair is right round the 'waist.  Before marriage: "Why so pensive,  dearest?-' After marriage: "Why so  expensive, Mrs. Jones?  Even preachers understand the virtues of advertising and some of them  make use of tho newspaper to augment their congregations. It is said  that recently a celebrated preacher  advertised that on a given Sunday he  woulel discuss a family scandal .from  his pulpit, anel as a consequence tho  church was crowded before the time  of service. The preacher's discourse  was on Adam, Eve and.the serpent.  The crowded house has convinced him  of the value of advertising.  By the way, the Celestial origin of  golf will naturally be claimed by tho  Chinese directly they get a little leisure from rescuing' themselves from  the saviours of their country, and thc  only question is, how many thousand  of years ago, and what bandit of the  Ming dynasty is guilty? It is curious  to observe the evidence of origin in  the technical terms of   what   is   ad-  There sho stood gloworlng. A mild lady  luggestod tho child might bo in pain. An  old bachelor muttered that pooplo who  had chargo of children should keep thorn  at homo. Low voiced, but distinct im-  procatlons wero now rife.  Sho took not tho slightest heed of tho  mu Itering or tho bawling, wliich was now  at tho highost pltolt, till the suggestion  was offered that medicine would do it  good. Then sho arose in her wrath, us it  woro, and, giving tho child a vigorous  shake, said:  "Ethel, cry as loud as you liko. I've  pold your fufol"���������London Tit-Bits.  Modern Warships.  It is of historic interest that the modern  Ironclad, with itu turrets and massive  platen, had Its root idea in tho famous  monitors first designed for tho United  States government by Ericsson, who  sought to comblno invulnornblllty with  very heavy ordnance. Thc earliest monitors had docks almost level with tho wa-  tor, revolving turrets and cannon that  throw round shot 160 pounds and upward  In weight, but oven under fnvornblo conditions thoy,could firo only ono round In  threo minutes, nnd, although- thnt measure of offonBlvo capacity was capable of  destroying any other contemporary man-  of-war, it would bo of no account at thc  proscnt day. Ericsson, however, gave tlio  cuo to naval designers all over tho world,  and his elementary principlo has only boon  developed and modified during tho years  that have elapsed.���������Invention.  The Advantages tJ lie Derived From the  Abolition of Chairs.  An eminent English physician, Sir  Jumes Crichton Browne, who has wonderful aptitude for making medical subjects  interesting to the public at large, announces that men and women would do-  rive great bonolit from sitting on thc floor  instead of chairs. Women would bouoflt  even moro than men by tho practice.  Thu position of sitting on tho floor or  tho groiiKtl Is moro natural than that of  sitting on a cliuir. It was onco general  with the entire human race. It Is both  healthy and natural.  Tho oxerclso of getting up from and  down to the floor is beneficial. Through  tho general adoption of tho sitting position among the civilized races many muscles havo becomo stiff or obsolete. Porsons  who sit on tho floor hnvo strong back and  thigh muscles. Turks, tailors and shoo-  mukors aro examples of this fact.  If you sit on tlio floor, you can change  your attitude as ofton us you plcaso and  can enjoy an ondloss variety of pose, and,  howevor ofton you alter it and however  you may pluco yoursolf.'thero is never any  chauco of your falling off. If'you sit on  tho floor, you, can achievo all kinds of  comfortable positions which it is impossible to obtain even .with lho easiest of easy  chairs. 'Tho influx of visitors need nover  cnuso anxiety to tho woll constltutloncd  mind on tho subject of chairs. All ho has  to provide is a quantity of cushlonsT-cush-  ions of ovory sizo and sbopo. Let guosts  soloct any they please, and it will bo their  own fault if they are not comfortable and  happy.  It is of courso only deniable to sit on a  olean floor.���������Exchange  T.HE JVUJ-IJJG  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  The bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.   '     -������������������"���������'.    .  d. V. PEEK.S, .Manager.  SOS LONDPropp  F. J-AeCJIR-TY  ."Wholesale and Retail Dealer in.  PRIME BEEF, PORK.  JV\U)TT0������N .MD SJUDSJIGE  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoke,  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  Columbia House  The   largest hotel   in  town.  Choice   Wine?,   Liquors  Best    accommodation.  "Centrally  and  Cigars'  Kates    SI     per  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE '. .    -  located  day  ENTAL HOTEL  Large light bed  rooms."     Hates  Tahle 'furnished " with  the choicest the market  affords. "Best Wines,  Liquors'" aiid .Cigars  $1.00 a day. Monthly race. -"  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe .Lardean and Tront Lake Distrie.  - Saddle    and"   Pack'  ' 'always for hire.  IIorsea ���������  Freighting  specialty.  and' Teaming   a  Tho Umbrella Conscience.  "You may bunk on a guilty conscience  almost ovory timo whon an umbrella is in  question," said a New Orleans drummer.  "You see this onof /Well, It camo into my  possession quite recently by what thoy call  the_rlght-o__conquest'-_iii-n_p_otocol.._ I.  wus oaught out in tho rain after lunch and  wondering what tho douco I would do  whon 1 noticed a chap under an awning  trying to raise an umbrella.' Ifc was clear  ho didn't understand thn fastening, und as  lho umbrella itself was not new tho cir-  cumstuutial evidence against him was conclusive, i  "So Iwnlked up and said firmly, 'That's  iny umbrella, sir.' At tho samo timo I  took it out of his hand, IIo wilted at once,  stammered something nbout n mlstnko  nnd sneaked off, whllu I wnlkod away  proudly, sheltered from a vory moist shower. , That's what norvo will do. Wondur,  by tho way, whoso lt really Is."���������New Orleans Times-Democrat. "  Dally Stage leaves Thomson's' Landing every morning at 7'o'clock '  for Trout Lake City. - For particulars write ' ���������  CRAIG to HILLMAN, .Thomson's Landing.1.'  To secure"one of those desirable  16tsr"  CHEAP ou the C.-& K. Steam Navigation.Company's site. :,  - ���������,*���������    ,.,.���������.   -  " Dobt    wait    till  our way.but'B'UY  the   boom  NOW.  comes  CHANCE  HAIG & CRAGE.  _--sss. Sole Agents.  For All   Kinds of   Commercial  PRINTING  cattle being Injured.     Another   stock1.,    tiain ran off the track this morning , mlttedly an "ancient" game���������viz., Tee,  at Southesk, also the result of an axle Nib Lick, Mashee, Lik Aswe Li, etc.,  bieaklng under a stock car. No one ! which, doubtless, the learned curator  Spanish was hurt but somo 15 or 20 head of J of the British Museum will declare to  ��������� cattle were killed and injured. be pure Chinese.���������Modern Society.  Ho Always Spoke Up.  Bishop Wilborforce, whose powers of repartee wero among his most conspicuous  gifts, was alwnys ready to uso them where  retaliation was possible, not in tho safo  lnclosuro of tho Episcopal study, but on  the open battlefield of tho platform and  tho houso of lords. At tho groat meeting  in St. .Tames' hall in tho summer ot 1SG8  to protest against tho disestablishment of  tho Irish church, somo Orango enthusiast,  ln tho hopo of disturbing lho bishop, kopt  Interrupting his honeyed eloquence with  inopportune shouts of "Speak up, niy  lord."  "I am already speak ing up,"replicd tlio  bishop in his most dulcet tone. "I always  speak up, nnd I decline to speak down to  tho level of the ill mannered person in tho  gallery."   Grease on tbe Floor.  Grcaso Bpots on a hard wood floor aro  sometimes obstinate. A little baking soda  moistened and rubbed on with n cloth will  often remove them. Another hint of this  jort is that if oil li spilled on a carpot  prompt covering with Indian meal will I  "khiorb and ramovo lt.  A Fair or Bull.,  A very quaint reason, snys a writer In  tho London Xologruph, wns advanced by  a domestic servant fo.. thinking that the  place sho was in wa������ ln ovcry way desirable. "Aro'yez in a good ploco, Mnry?"  asked one of her frlonds. "Oh, a mighty  fuino plnoo oiitiri'ly," sho roplied. "Shiiro,  mu mistress Is so rich thut ull hor Han nol  petticoats is matle of silk!" "Look at  that now I" exclaimed tho other in amazement. _ ' ,  Hero Is u bull from the nursery: "That's  n torrlblo noiso iu tho nursery, Molly,"  snid the mistress. "What's tho matter?  Can't you keep tho baby quiet?" "Shure,  lua'nm," ropliod Molly, "I can't keep him  quiet unless I lot him make a nolso."  Imlortlpg the Arp.  Ill Marmontel's tragedy of Cleopatra,  roprosonted In tho Thontro Froncais, when  tho Egyptian queen was about ready to  commit sulcldo .sho held in her hands a  muohanlcal asp of cunning workmanship  dovlscd by Vuuconson, tho most ingenious  mechanician of his timo.  This venomous roptlle roared its he-ad  and before plunging Its apparent fangs  into the arm of tho r.ctross gavo a shrill  hiss.   .  A spectator hereupon aroso nnd left the  house, with tho slmplo but expressive remark, "I nm of tho same opinion as tho  asp."���������Pearson's Weekly.  Just Xjll.e a Man.  A m_g_l doesn't realize that his daughter  is old en-Ugh to read until ho catches her  roadlnj ft novel, and then he blames his.  wlfo for not selecting the Rirl's reading  matter.���������Atchison Globe.  Give Us A Call. Our Prices Are Right.  FERGUSON  The Centre  of the   Lardeau  Mines  Be Sure and register at the  BJIUAORJ-L HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  Tho table is provided with the hest  thc market r.fioids.     li.-iles from $2  to $3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,  Proprietors.  eJolzn  E. Wood  Tho longest canal in the world Is in  Bussla. It extends from St. Petersburg  to tho frontier of China and measures  nearly 4,600 miles.  Children under7 years of ago invariably  wefer yellow to all other colors.  Jlrefeiteet  and Builder  Estimates, plans and specifications furtiihed  on application. Shop and repair work  promptly attended to. Wood carvirg -a  specialty.     Wcrk    "hop   on   Front Street.  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Ketail  What Do You  0  Want ih Shoes ���������  - If you watt a good Miners' Shoe oome  D. Jenkins. > ..'.,,  If you want a good Prospector*' Shoe come  to D Jet-kins.  ���������_ --    j ...  i Sboca and Harness repaired on tha ���������hortast .  notice.      All line*   of   work kept in stack  ai prices to oul tall. .   . _,  D. JENKINS  First St-eet, one block from tho Imperial  Hank or Canada.  Kevelstoke Btatloa. B. C.  Druggist,  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  r__tfi  Wood! Vvood!  Guaranteed Pull  Cord Measure.  Thc undersigned has a large sue  o������ Hemlock, Spruce. Fir and Pine  Wood'for sale.' Any person requiring  wood will kindly leave their orders  with Mr. W. M.-Lawrence. Reqelstoke  Station, .or:'with H." N. Coursier,  Front Street, Revelstoke! \  17uU FRANK JULIAN.  T^G- Vernon Soda  Water Works . .  M- J. OBRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  ilanu factor or of Soda Water. 31neer  Ale. Sarsaprilla and all Soft Drinks.  ." A full snpplr kept in ������tock at McCarty's Cold. Storage, where orders  ibe" ~ ���������  can be left.  aSO-W-tf  REVELSTOKE  IROM WORKS..  '   Blfcc_r-_m-t__i-__r������ Jobbiue  Plumbing*   Pipe Fitting  T_ri--__ii-_--_i_*  .'.:" Sbeot Iron Work  _J Matohinery Repaired  Minfiig^Aferk a" Special ty_���������_____  ROBT. GORDON  ' ' - Revelstoko Stn. TO STOP .  THAT OOUJ-H  *  Get s Bottle ol  COMPOUND SYRUP  OF WHITE PINE  AND TAR  An excellent remedy Ior Coughs, Colila and all  Bronchial Trouble.)  ONLY 2$ CENTS A BOTTLE  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  Chai. It. McDomjvui. Manngcr.  Revelf'.oks Station, B. C.  LOCAL  AND JJENERAL   NEWS  ��������� O'iK) nt the Vic. for a sandwich.  Still no snow or cold weather.  ���������Tell something���������toll it true, and in  the hest papers���������and it will pay.  Rossland is the hest, union town in  Canada.   It is bound  to forge ahead.  F. Aug. Heinze will sue the C.P.R.  for personal effects appropriated, hut  not transferred in the Trail smelter  deal.  Fred Cun way came in from Arrowhead on Tuesday evening suffering  "from a fractured "leg and foot, tho,  result of a trunk falling upon him.  Twenty-six election petitions affecting thirty members of the legislature  have lieen wiped off the map hy the  result of sawoff negotiations between  the two factions. Brown and Kellie  are among the number.  Superintendent Wilson of the CP.  It. telegraph service, .favors the removal of the repenting office, from  Donald to I-ie.-ld or Rogers Pass, hut  no chnnge will be made from Donald  for lhe present; 1-0 says the Golden  Era.  Tourist ' cars for St. John, N.B.,  making connection with Atlantic  sionmers. pass through Revelstoke on  Nov. 25th,' Dec. 2nd. Oth and 16th.  Rates for berths on these cars from  Itevelstoke to St. John, N.B., is $8.  The last steamer from Fort William  for Owen Sound will leave on Nov.  '__>th.  ���������Advertisements .aro becoming  more can-fiil and more scrupulously  truthful every day.  Joe Thompson. Nelson's crack all-  round athlete, is in town visiting with  J. G. Allen anil friends.* Mr. Thompson says "the Nelson hockeyists are  looking forward to Revelstoke giving  them a good match tliis -winter." If  the posts are removed from our rink  lipi-p Nelson will get what it is looking  for. likewise Rossland and Sandon.  ���������It is easy enough to make an  advertisement interesting if one only  thinks a little.  The Cascade Rpiord is the name of  C-scad. City's first newspaper. It is  an eight-page, four column, well  printed sheet, well fillpd with advertising and re.-iclintr matter. It is published by Messrs. "Wilson and O'Reilly  and promises lo be a valunlile nrqnisi-  to that warm town. Cascade City, it  says, is destined to become a milling  and railway centre.   .  Some way or other it always   happens   that  the   judicious    advertiser  ^succeeds; ~   ~ : "  Me.������?n*. T-H. Adams," J.R. Denshani,  T. A. Haninpi" and E. Upton, all of  London, Eng.. who intend making  Revelstoke their headquarters for a  winter's hunting this season, returned  tn the Victoria yesterday after a few  days' tr*.nip in the hills after cariboo,  under Bruce Horn's leadership. Thoy  failed to run across any cariboo, hut,  appear to have'. njoy._i the trip. They  have left fur Vernon to take in the  Okanagan country, hut intend to return here.  ���������A good advertisement in a good  paper will always bring forth gooel  l esults.  Vprno'n News: Prior to his departure for ReveUteike last Satuiday,  Ira Cutler, formerly purser on the  Eteaincr Aberdeen, was presented by  incmlx'rs of Miriam Lodge, A. F. to A.  'St., with a parting address and a  handsome Masonic jewel. Mr. Cutler  occupied the position of junior warden  in the lodge, and the brethren of the  mystic tie regret very much lhat he  has bei'-ti removed to a new field of  action. Mi-. Cutler was much esteemed  by our citizens and the travelling  public and all unite in wishing him  prosp. rity wherever his duties may  takp him.  --Tlii-it: is tin business or profession  that advertising will not help.  The New-���������Aelvcr_.ii.i_- ruakps the  authoritative editorial announcement  that the Govei mtiei.t will, under any  circumstance:*, have a majority of four  when the legislative assembly meets  in January with the probability of  liaving^l votes in adiviuion. exclusive  of the speaker. Hon. Mr. Cotton then  goes on to sny that, while the Government lias nn desire to put the. country  to the expense and trouble of another  geni'i-al *_ecfiriii until it can pass a. fair  nnd i'rju.l.'ible"redistribution hill it will  not hersitate to appeal to the electors'  should it he compelled to do so by an  attempt at obstruction by the -Opposition."  AMAZING IMPUDENCE  Attorney General Fighting Jeie  Mui'liu is bent on economy, lie intends to save this province legal  expenses if it. takes a leg. In future  no other lawyers need apply for Crown  cases. Joe's gigantic intellect will  look after theni all from Vancouver  Island to Kootenay. Of course thiol her lawyers don't liko it. But the  average outsider is little inclined to  waste much sympathy on lawyers,  and the general impression with regard to Joe's abnormal activity is that  f the Crown can stand it,the rest of ns  can.  But when it comes to importing a  forinor Manilnlmn friend ar.d partner  to take the job of deputy attornoy-  genenil under him, things take another turn. This i.s an out rage on the  feelings of the province which will  take a lot of explaining. Joe must  have got it into his head that, lie is  Brother Sifton dealing with another  Yukon. Joe inusL remember tlmt it  was his dear friend Clifford who got.  the portfolio of the Interior and not.  himself. It was dead easy for the  youthful Grit prodigy to unload the  faithful lawyers and cattle deaicrs of  Winnipeg and Brandon on to the  suffering people of the Yukon as their  registrars, mine inspectors or what  not. Theso people had to be kept,  quiet somehow and a good fat job at  Dawson was just what they were  suffering for. That none of them  knew a placer mine troin a bale of  liny was a minor consideration. That,  there were scores of men in this province who had all thoir lives been conversant with the exact problems with  which the Yukon officials had to deal,  cut no ice with Clifford Sifton. The  Brandon and Winnipeg dupie were  howling.for the " stuff" and they got  it.  But' when it comes to importing  some more of Iheni as provincial  officials to be paid out of tht! pockets  of British Columbian taxpayer?, this  kind of thing is becoming intolerable.  What in the name of goodness is there  in the surroundings of a lawyer's life  in Winnipeg to make him more capable of grappling with" the nflicial  work of the attorney-general's office  in Victoria than there is in that city  or in Vancouvei'. A more uiijusti-  ahle and outrageous piece of colossal  impertinence has rarely been perpetrated iu the history of the Dominion.  We growl out west if the Federal government tries to palm off some  political friend on us as an official. If  Ottawa was tn venture to send us a  lieutenant-governor from outside of  the province there would be it howl  raised from the Pacific to tho summit  of the Rockies. And yet we are supposed to stand it when this man coolly  tells us that there is no lawyer in  British Columbia good enough to  attend to the routine work or his office  as���������his���������deputy-and*~-"-foist s���������hi���������������old-  Manitnha partner into the job���������this  man, Martin, who has never got  beyond the very lowest rank of his  profession himself, and who, but for  politics, would hardly ever be asked to  open his mouth in the courts,, tliis is  the man who has had the amazing  impudence to indict so out rage mi-* an  insult on a bar, which numbers among  its members some of the keenest and  brightest intellects in the legal profession, of the Dominion. The iiuperti-  nence.is so amazing that it is almost  inconceivable how it. was that his colleagues allowed him to perpetrate it,  mile's.-*, as it is not at all olisciu-ely  hinleel in some of the coast papers,  they are actually performing the  operations of what is known in  Knglish racing parlance.' of -'riding for  a fall."  I  To Rent.  Two oSicei in   business   part  of McJseii-ic  ".venue-  Applv _ .7. M. Scott.  Wanted.  'food  Hftrnpsi  Mftk**r,   ono   acoii*-; totted   to  mftklnir h'.-aw harncF:'.   Anpiv to  J. f_KNKL7-Kf  o    fi.--.87 Kualt, K C.  Power of Attorney  THIS I? TO CERTIFY .hftfc hy Power or  Attorney duly roffintcrf-d in th*. ofTicr. of tht*  K'JEl-stnir of ..din i .Stock Corn pun ies thn  rRK.VCH CltHEK MININ-fr.CO., Fnnilgn, the  PTONELKI'.H MINIM; CO.( Foreicrn, and the  COLfMBlA HYDRAULIC MlSl.Vr. CO.,  Foreign, each with their head ofnVfi for fir itish  Cohimhia. Ht KcvcKiofc'i, in tho County of  Kootenay, have r.nvh hc-^n appointed a now  Attorney for thi_. I'roviitro, to wit: A. ICH.  IIKAKX, Kffj., Kfinkor, whov> addresH ii RevelBtoke, ������._".  Pated tkl-. #th day of OctoW, A.I>��������� lfiO*I.  fAYETTE Bfi-KEEi  FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT,  LOANING and  INVESTMENT  AGENT.  $40,000 T0120AN  ON REVELSTOKE REAL  ���������   ESTATE SECURITY. '  OFFICE;   McKESZIE -".VENCE.  "The Leading;Store."  No bluster, no fuss, just business, that's all.  In purchasing j^our Dry Goods  Boots and Shoes, Mens' Furnishings, Hats and Caps, Carpets  and House Furnishings, from us  you are    certain   to get value  for your money.  We {are offering  right   now  very special value in bankets.  This is the season you need them, and  we seize the opportunity to offer you  inducements to buy Blankets, and Comforters   at   figures   that will interest you.  We are doing business on  a cash basis. We buy for  cash, and sell for cash. We  carry no bad debts with which,  to hamper our business, and  as a result can sell you goods  at reasonable rates.  We carry a full stock of the Granby  First Quality Rubbers.  "���������J.* *__������������������ $. .8*^s* 'M'vjf ���������-_5"  TAYLOR BLOCK,  ncKENZIE AVE.  --tit*  a  DD_3___Xi_51**_- I3_T  Agent for the  BliekensderTer  Typewriter  Gents' Furnishings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy Articles, Patent  Medicines, Etc.  POST   OrHTFTrc:""'*   STOBE,   Z***-_3*V*E*__*3TO___::__ _ _3��������� C.  THERE IS A LONG  WINTER  AHEAD  "\Vi>  wish   to  sivn  onr  custonii'i-s  tlm  advantage of low prices in  ���������VISGKTABI ___.-_. Iieforcstoi-ing llii-in.  -In'GI"0(.'EI_l__"S  we   have   all  lhu necessary fancy   and   staple  articles, and what we have not in stock we will only be too pleased  to procure '- .  - All procurable FRESH FRUITS always on hand.  Remember we have QUANTITY, QUALITY and LOW FIGURES.  GEO. BELL & CO.  Front Street...  First Class Grocers and Fruiterers.  ��������� ���������  ��������� ���������  evelstoke  Hoc Store  Clearing Out Sale  Boots and Shoes  Rubbers and German  Your Att en tion  - : -^  Letter and Money Pouches  Purses  Cigar and Cigarette Cases  And all Smokers's Requisites  At ���������. 11     I"- .   J  Chas. J. Aman's  Why not procure your supply of Groceries from me at once ?  You can get first class goods and save 50 per cent, by availing  yourself of this rare opportunity. - This Great Clearance Sale  will only last  till the end Of this month.      All outside orders  ���������will be promptly attended to.  _-_-���������_-. _!��������� I. M. CITRON.  W. 13. Pease; & Co's old stand.  m  r*~J~"*_  f"5-  ISs-"1  P������  ~������_-  $g  fe  m  f.53  m  88*  The Stove Trade ^~^)  ' Wo'are strictly in tlieStove business. Wo are daily expecting our third car  ��������� of Stoves since ive opened up in llevetstoke, sixteen months ngo. Our great  success in this particular brunch of our- business' is that we carry nothing but  the highest grade of Stoves and our prices arc reasonable. Wo can show you  the small Xo. 7 Cook Stove, just tlio thing for bachelors; or the large Steel  Kiingo with ail the latest Improvements. In Heating Stoves���������all-lines of Ilox  Stoves from 18 to '.('. inches, and in Coat Heating Stoves from the small "Globe  Heater" to the large handsome di.uble heaters rich In their uieklc embellishments. If you cannot afford a furnace get a double Iiealer with hot air  attachments, and you can have your upstairs heated to perfection. Wc are  sorry to disappoint our patrons who havo been waiting for our Air Tight  Heaters,but as soon as our lltiiugs arrive we will be ablo to supply till demands.  W. M. LAWRENCE,  ___  res  5sffl  uintiiiiiiiiiigtiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiBKiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiia  i i  I Hotel Fey Jhisei.,!  Ferguson, B-C-  I  Bbs. Roaommodation in the f  Baid-au Distriet.        !  |   Rates:   $2.3)������ Pei Dag. '?  | ���������  |  jj D. Fercusonj Proprietor- j  ~I.IBtl.l...t|l...ll.l.ll.l,,l.l,l.ll...l..ll|...U.,tB.I.|5  Undertaking and Embalming  R. Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  fQR SALE  Socks  AT   A   LARGE    DISCOUNT!  1.���������Ilti-.lnei*. lata on Campbell Avenue. A  >'i:-p for cii-li-  '--���������A 1..1 in the centre of the businc'"'' part oi  Mii-'kcnzic Avenue. ?_ju in ce_.li and liable to  K<i up in pri.;., bed.re long.  3.���������Hiislne������J Ii.t<, .VI foot front, on  First Pt.,  l.ciw...... tlie tun hun....    Pome of the choicest  IiUj.ikK!> prop-rty nu the market.  '. ���������Four l-:������.i! the corner of Third Street  anrte ������ m ph-II Avcn-i'���������ngood location  j. j. BLAND, Front Street  ������3~~"~"Bcot.~ an-l .=ho c_ made to o.-.-Ic- .is us eal  SRHBV  Painter and  Decorator  First Street East, Revelstoke Station  Graining, Taper Haii_;liij__, Hard Wood Flushing,  House  Painting in  all   ItrKii<-li������-������,  Carriage  Painting, e;iu7jng, ac.  m  c*^~  m  ~**"3  m  E-7  m  m  fe  m  i  }  m  11  n  a'le   "i:l:  ol>.rn:~:,  >r pra^li-   '  ������uit tht.1   ,  idicvt   in   '  hat will  s   n������',it^.-   .  >������ir Inter-  Sr-JtOK"-,   ,  , and get  Why <_o  von  Tiny a   r*������-__..-ly-ni  wliL'Ti von*ran #pi on*-- iruul^ to  mri'Ie to KIT, made for VOU. U  CflHy tho sumo  money?    A  will  keep Us SHAPK, a ������-iiIr  DKSIGN" HTjrl   ftTYLK,  a  v_H  pivc   yon   hotter   wc������r   ftn'I  i".pp'~arrti_rc.     Jt ;v:il  h������  to yr  e������ts to examine  inv TWKKOH,  WORSTEDS,  UVEftCOA'IJN'JS  price.-'.  I  R.S.WILSON, I  i  kkvkIjStoki,;  t  STATION-                  ,  1 1  m  tea  m  m  m  _?__  m  m  m  Two lots nearly oj.po^ite Samson's resi-  rlene... n.-i Ti.ir 1 f-iroci, tViO each. Nice lots  ait-1 e. t,arg.tln fi.r rc.identlal purposes.  C���������A large trc-jm1 i-..o-^:orev. residence, jiij-t  precicd nn _",,r,,r.,'. street, twn minutes walk  from C.I'. It. K'.undhou _', plastered inside,  -���������nee, ve.-and-h.   i'.-ice .1,01)0, on easy terms.  ".���������Ctcn'-r I' ������. nt.-xt Il.velstoke PostolTice,  Front .-ir<-<:f.   I;*jjch-Ii.   A bargain.  S. Two ln:������. /,j.pn>!ti! J. Tl. Sibbald's resilience, on Ki.-.; ���������-:,   _|.j.-yi each.  It. lip IrnM.-r,-,i'l"nc''t cloie to the Cowan  -loj-lt, <_)>..-_,- lured.):. .', room.', bathroom and  pantry,  Hi -. jJi.'.i���������fjji .:.���������.���������:] will Ijny a house, three  ro',in������ ftu'l "t.'.'i,, ',,. Kti.l furniture. Incliulliig  tii.- tir-: >..' tl.r. ������������������ i.ivmcnH on tin- lot. Choice  locr.ii'.n, f.-r-i.T >.f 'I hlrel mill 1'ord street. This  J. n ^r'-'it !���������*.-��������� .ui. n.  II���������1 ������-ji;e__..r'vK.ii.. rr.ttnv. close to the Court  IFi.tiv. >t*iiiliiti.*..ii ..."ci foot lot, supplied I'.ith  '���������wry .i.iiv.,m , -|.-.. K. H great IjRrgftlii, ~~C_I  .Ic.wn a-i'I It.- l...i^rj,,.. nn .-j.wy term.*.  -tr������lslil !',hi,. ..'. real prop.-rtjr round the  ren'.T- nl ih'- I. j.,...--.. j..irt ol the upper town.  So red tui-'-, !   :;:i.i:::f.,s or 'Iclny,  .. j,j,!r t,.  GR8GAN& Ga,  AGENTS.  ;  1  t  i  ...GOOD BREAD...  ���������  ---     --���������>--  j  riake."; Happy Homes  i  ������<      -1*  i  )  r'^...-" ,' -- ..' -   ' -I-..... *1cm r to a m������ n V  "tons?.''_ i.-^,,,,.! trlwlcomi Nrcu'l,  !  t  ...TRV OuUS...  1  !  ...A. N. SMITH...  1  ������������������������ ."'Tapping's Theatre   ���������������'  FIVE   NIGHTH���������CO.M5II-NCING   iMONI.AY,'   NOVEMBER  28TII.  The  Great   flcEwen  UP-TO-DATE HYPNOTIST. Assistki) itY    .  Miss  Grace Maynard  AMEIUGA'S   MOST   WONDEHFUI.   CATALEPTICAL   SUBJEGT.  Admission ."SO cent-.*  Seats on sale nt. The Canada Drug ,t Book Co.'s and F. II. Wells.'  Advertisement to Creditors    -  IN" THE MATTKIfOF THE COLUMBIA AND  KOOTKXAY STKA5I NAVIGATION COMPANY, IjIMITED, LIABILITY: '  NOTICE is hereby given that- the creditors" ���������  of the above named company arc hereby ro-  q ill red on or beforo the  Seventh Day of December, I898'..  to send their names and addresses and the  particulars of their debtM or claims, and the  names and addresses of their solicitors, if anv,  to D. M. Rogers, Esq., Hank of Montreal Chambers, Victoria, li. C, the Liquidator of the said  compRiiy, and nt thc expiration of the said  time the Liquidator will proceed to distribute,  the assets 01 the Company or any'part thereof  amongst the parties entitled thereto, having  regard only to the claims of which tho l.iqul-.  dator lias then notice; and the Liquidator  shall not be liable for thc assets or any part  thereof as distributed to anv person whose  claim he has not had notice at the time nf  distributing the assets or a part thereof as tho  ease may be. a  Dated nt Victoria, B. C, this 27th day of  October, A.D.. 18!IH. -     "  Mcl.lILLIPS, WOOTON A BARNARD,  Bank of Montreal Chambers. Victoria,  It. C,Solicltoisfor the said Llcjuldator  Advertisement to Creditors  NOTICE IS HERF-BY_.-GIVE.~- that'all persons having claims against the Estate o( .Tohn  Iletlicrlngton, latent the Town of Hevclstobe.  In the Province of British Columbia, who died  in or about the month of October lust, are ,ou  or before the" ..       ,, .  i'oth day of December, 1898. '  to,Rend their name' and addresses and full  particulars of their claims and of the securities  (if ony) which thev hold to the Solicitor fnr  Frank Bedilin Wells, the Executor nf the last  will ami testament of the said deceased, and at  the e.\-|iirnllon of the said term the Raid Executor will proceed to distribute the assets of the  said estate amongst the j.artlcs cntltloi-thereto, having regard only to the claims of which -���������  tlio snid Executor has then notice,' and tlm  said executor will not be liable for the sal,,  assets nr any part thereof to any person of  whose claim he has not had notice al the timo  of distributing the said assets.  Dated nt Itevelstoke this 5th day nf November  IStlH.  .    V. II. WELLS.  Uovclstoke, U. C, .  Executor,  iJA.MF.S MURI'HY.  Iti'Vi'Istoki', II. 0.,  N'uv.S���������lit Solicitor lor the Executor.  HARD CASH !  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Delivered   from  car   Di-live-'i-e'.. finm shed   . $9.50 per Ion.  .$10.00 per ton.  Now is Uie  time to get, in youi-winter supply liefore (lie snow fulls.   Older  I'iirly.     Cabli n.nst :sccompany the order.  ____-l__V-_  f. Mccarty.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  _>.C__jF.__F._l'.Y, MLISBUKY, ARSENIC, IMPERIAL, AND  COKO.V.ITION MINKIIAI. CLAIMS .'ND TIIR  KM I'I UK, KI.-CDOMANIUrBILKE FRACTIONAL  -MINKRAI. CLAIMS  Situate ill the Kevelsloke Mining Divl. .on of  West Kootenay District. Whorelocated oil the  North Fork nf Carnes Creek. Big fiend. >i������eil]y,  TAKE NOTICE THAT], Francis J. Ocarnes  of Silverton, B.C., as agent, for the _.-__e  Creek Con������olfdated ftold .Mines, Limited, xtv  Miner's Certificate No. 0I,87_, Intend, si "  days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Kernrdcr for certificates of nniirove-  ments for the purpose of obtaining Crown  granliiof the above claims.  And further take notice that action under  vecilon :tt, niu������t be coininenrcd before lbe  K-Mtanf e of such certilicatos of imnrovemcuts.  Dai<:d this 15th day of October, K'.K.  Nov. 1���������at i-'i:axi;is j. O'kkiu.y.  JAS. McMAHON,  GENERAL    RLACKSMITH  Utittcra, Sleigh-s Btipgiew and Wngons  made or repaired.  General wood work a specialty.  BEICK !  The V. K. I''por Co. hftvn now on hand  J"ir������. f;in������s Itrlrk at rlKiit prlr.-.*-.  Jnt"n'lin.c  ImlMors   iron Id tin well to  culi iiri'l exumine.  I'rwk ynnl ju?t north of tho Gnn Club  j������roun-ln.  Mall onlcrH promptly nttcii'lco! to.  rrlc.'son application.  The F. E. Piper Co.,  Revelstoke, B. C.  Land Notice.  Take .-lotl.-e 00 davs afterdate hereof I intend  to Kj.fjlv tr, 'I'ho '".libit C'r.minissioner of Lands  mi'1 Works for j.erinis .nn to purchase IW acres  r.f iati'l '.11 Kt. I..-e.n Creek In the; Xorth West  Kootenay f)!������t-ct described ns follows: Cnin-  rncn.-ing nt the Initial I'jisi situated 1111 the  F.a-t.-ru l__un'lnry nf Let]!"1! about'J7.8S cliliins  from th'- North Lavt corner thereof, thence 40  clislns No.-ih, Th.-nce W chains East, Thence  ���������V) chain������ Smith, Thence -III chains West to the  point of coriii/i.'iiceincnt.  M|f"IlAl"L r.RADY,  by his agent  11 A. I'. CUMMINS.  Dated fictnbnrfi, 11503.  Advertisement for Creditors  .-.-(.TICK VA lll~P.F:nY OIVEN that all persons  ti.ivnig claims against the Estate e.l John  Uritcc. lute nf .Vrrnwhend, In- the County of  K'.nteim.. 11, (',., -ho died in or about the  mnnth nf .lune I������"t. arc on or l/cfore the Tfitlt  ��������� Inv ol Novcmlicr. lkW, to send by jwst, prepaid  to "the snliritori of Hngli Ilrnrc, the adtninls-  trat.ir nl the said deceased, their Christian and  surname, addresses nnd description", the full  pnrtlciitiirJnr their claims, n statcmcnlnf their  iii'iiiiint., and the nature of securities (If any)  held bv them, after which said date the said  iidinlnlnlrator will proceed to distribute the  assets of the said estate, and vtill not oe responsible to any person or persons of whose claim  he shall ncit then have received notice.  Dated nt Revelstoke this SOth day of October.  A. D, 1"-.,  HUGH HP.UCE, ���������_������������������-;..���������  Revelstoke, B. C.  , Anmlnistrator.  ��������� \     ' -.VHITE, GWILLIM.-SCOTT,  Revelstoke Station. B. C.  ' Solidte>M for the Administrator.  Hotel License  NOTICE Is hereby given that 80 days from  date hereof I intend to amily to the -tlpendl-  ary Magistrate for the ItcvcLstoko Killing of  West Kootenny for porniislon to sell liquors by  retail at my Hotel nt Kevelstoke, 11. C.  PERCY C. CROTTY.  llevelstoke, October 28th, 1M8.  Hotel License  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 30 davs  from date hereof I Intend to apply to tfic  stipendiary Magistrate for the Itevelstoke  Riding of West ICnntt-uay for permission to  sell liquors by retail at my Hotel in Itevel  stoke, II. C.  JAMES EDWATJDS.  Dated at Rovolstoke, Nov. 5th, 1898.    Nov-S-5t  Notice of Assignment.  Pursuant to the Creditor.! Trust Deeds Act,  and amending nets,  NOTICE Ift HEREBY GIVEN that George  Frederick Fallis ol Revelstoke, In the Province  of British Columbia, grocer and gents' furnisher, has by deed dated the 18th day of November, 1898, assigned all bis personal estate,  credits and uffects, which mav be seized and  sold under execution, and all his rcRl estate to  Isaac Turner Brewster of Revelstoke aforesaid,  mine manager, in trust for the benelit of his  creditors.  The said deed was executed liv the said  George Frederick Fallis and Isaac Turner  Brewster 011 the 18th day of November, 1898.  jVll persons having claims against the said  f'enrgo Frederick Fallis are required on or before the  18th day of December. 1898,  to send to the Trustee full particulars of the  same duly verified, together with the particulars nf the security, -li any) held bv tlicm.  NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTHER CilVEN  that after the said IStli dav e.f December. 18!~5,  the Trustee will proceed to distribute thc  assets among those creditors whose claims  have been lodged with lilm, and that he will  not be responsible after fair! dote for the assets  so distributed or nny part thereof, to anv person or persons, firm or corporation of whose  debt or claim he shell not then have received  notice.  . A meeting of thc Creditors of thc stld  George Frederick Fallis will be held at the  officeof White, GwilHmi Scott, Tavlor Block,  Revelstoke, B. C, on Saturday che 3rd day of  December, 1898, at two o'clock in the afternoon.  Dated at Revelstoke, B. C, the 18th day of  November, A. D.1JI9X.  WHITE, GWILUM A SCOTT,  Solicitors for the above-najaed Trustee.  Advertisement for Creditors  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all persons having claims against the Estate of  William Joseph Lade, late of Silverton In the  County of Kootenav, B.C., who died on or  alK.ut the ISth day ol February, 1897. aro on or  before the :~0th day of November, 1898, to send  by post prepaid tn the Solicitors of James A.  Lade, the Administrator of tho said deceased,  tlieir Christian and surname, addresses and  descriptions* the full particulars of their  claims, a statement of thoir accounts, nml the  nature eif the securities fit any) held bv lliein,  after which said date the said administrator  will proceed tu distribute the assets of the  said estate, and will not be responsible to any  person eir 1 crsons of whose claim he shall not  then have received notice.- j*  . Dated nt-Kevelsloke this 2Clli day of October.  A D., 1898.      "    ���������'  '  JAMES A. LADE,   -. ���������    .    Silverton. B.C.,  A.lmlnistrntor.  WHITE, GWILLIM A SCOTT,  Revelsloke Station, B. C,  29���������lm Solicitors for the Administrators.  Revelstoke Sash &.Door  ���������*Hi Factory ^3*  Manufacturers of and Dealers ln  Sash. Doors, Turnings,Plinths, Corner  Blocks, MonleliniTP of all kinds.  Fancy Gahles unci Verandah work.  Brackets of every description tntulu  tow ___ i'. St nre and oflice Fittings.  Window Frames, with, Sash fitted  a specialty, ,[  All the latest nuichinerv.    Drv kiln on the  premises.    Call and get prices before  going elsewhere. .  ���������^-SAWYER & MANNING.  ^Pfo*- ��������������������������� 1  Transferring  and Carting  flp"Tcleplinne your orders to W.M. Lawrence  anil they will be promptly attended to.  Robert Fleming*  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  o        DEER HEADS.  BIRDS, ANIMALS, Etc.,  Preserved and Mounted  Third St.. East of. Scboolbouse  ,"5  -���������s  f


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