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 I    f  ��������� ������  (Js/^'U-ri'Uu- ������k W   i/u^J^,.^^,  TCtQTTTriT^    rTn^^rTr^Tn     A r ".^rTPTPT-r ^7^rT71"T~^"TsT"TT^c^T^_ A "V"C1       A TsTTl     <=! A rpTT"P,T. A "V"^ , -. -  .  Vol.  r: -"..' -.  II.  No.  90.  REVELSTOKE, B. C,  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1898.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  _.   i>  Haig-  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  } Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor mock, McKenzie Ave, UevclstoKe stn.  Monev to I.okii.  W.White. Q.C. J.M.Scott, B.A..I.L.B.  _.���������.G-ill!i_.  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitors,    Etc.  Solicitor lor Impcrinl Hank of Cnnacln.  Company fiuuls to lonn at S per coin.  ��������� Offices:   Molsoiii. Bunk Block.  First Street,   Revelstoke Station,  B. C.  ���������ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Praying anil delivery \mrk nsp-i-a'ty. T.-ami  aln'ayH re&iiy on shorten notico. Contracts for  Jobbing taken. ������8P"Ag'-"iil (or the Siuadaril  OU Company.  DENTISTRY  DR.  EDMONDS.  (Successor to Ur. ..Mliison.)  Teeth extracted _._lulc.s.   Pentlstrj- In all it."  brunches.     Office ov.r   the  C_u;ida Drug A  Hook Co._' stoic.  GRAND  OPENING  FRIDAY AUD SATURDAY  CHRISTMAS . GOODS  MRS. M,K. LAWSON, ,  TRY OUll   ���������y "���������$ ~* "t "if 7t~T  a   '"i^ -\J iL/ k aa u    ���������  The -eili'.r.'.ing power of this piep.-i-  iili.iil is inn' In il lu'itiir si well balanced  inixturi' nl'.-il! llii- ingredients iteeessai y  fiu'.lhe nourishment" of cultivated  -plant...  Trv it mid move for yourself wli.iL 11 lii-lp il will Iiu  In vim.  mmmihi  Is now in order, as lhc season  of festivity is drawing  near.  La^t yenr wc made over 1000 lbs..it  Xnia? enke, Thli year wc are pro-  pared lo double that amount. Over  200 lbs. arc already ordered lrom us.  We can cater io your requirements  cheaper and better than ever before.  Any _izc or shape, ICED and ORNjI-  ME-TEH, thc best that choicest  material and skill can produce, lor  only  4������ @������wrn  per li,  Try our Ontario cider,���������5 cents per  glass.  Boys'   Sweaters  Iti various colors, good quality  just in.   Cull mul get ono for  -   your boys; lhey will appreciate  them tliib winter.  Ladies' Scotch  Plaid Gloves  These New Knitted Scotch  -Plaid (."loves nve thu very' latest  cut, and art- now quite the  .thing worn hy the Ladies of  Eastern Cities. These Gloves  arc pretty, serviceable and up-  to-date. Ladies call anel sec  thru).  Great  epartmental  Jack frost  Men'SiWomen's.  a,nd Childrens  Gloves and  Mitts  We have just received a large  assortment���������in fact we believe  we have .tlii' bestline in _R.ovi_.l-  stoke. Prices in accord wilh  the quality.  CI  Children  and Ladies  Tain O'Shanters  ���������A Splendid Line, ejuite appropriate feu- this season of thu  vear���������-at .Moderate Pi-ice...  -Fanc^  Glassware  Our Stock of Fancy (ilassware  is simply tlie easiest place in  town to select a HANDSOME  'X.MAS GIFT for your friend's  and they arc not only pretty  but useful.  is beginning lo stalk about shivering thc limbs and chattering thc  teeth of the boys who are not  covered with a warm overcoat.   '  Keep the  boys warm  Is your hoy one of those who  suffer from the cold. " Poor little  fellow,"- Why should. this he  necessary when you can soe-heaply  purchase from us a, warm well  made overcoat.  Boys' Nap  Reefer coats  Reefer   Coats,  82.00 upwards  iiei-'1..   ~-_. / ,  ..."  Boys' Blue Nap  lined with tweed at  ������cnii be-hough  Youths' Blue Nap, Keefer C.vits.-  well lined, sizes :_() to 85 at $3.00  upwards.  Girls' Blue Nap  Reefer coats  Girls' Blue Nap Reefer Coats,  lined with tweed, at H'l.'Zo upwards  can be nought here.   .  Boys' Frieze  POLITICAL POW-WOW  A gathering of several of the political sachems took place in this city,  when representatives were present  from Victoria and the Island as well  us from various sections of the Main-  laud. Amongst other things, it is  understood that matters relating to  the approaching session of the Local  Legislature, and the selection of a  Speaker, were discussed. The government and its supporters realize that  their tenure of oflice will he" a, very  short one. In fuel, the" traditional  silken cord is nothing as compared  with the slim chances the present  incumbents of office possess for the  carrying on much longer the affairs of  the country. The probabilities of an  early general election were likewise  discussed, and-the decision arrived at  was that in tho event of the government being defeated and an appeal  made by it to the country, it was  necessary that time should he taken  by the forelock and steps at once had  looking to the organization of tho  government supporters whether of  Liberal or Conservative convictions.  Some of those present were hostile to  the introduction just yet of party  politics. A few expressed themselves  as being certain that were this done  the chances, for the piebald government, otherwise known as the. Semlin-  Cnttrin-jtfiu'tin-Hume-McKechnic combination would be exceedingly slim.  The policy of the government in decapitating so many of its officials  was likewise . discussed, the general  opinion being thut the carrying out of  the spoils' system was the only correct  one and that tho Government was  quite justified in making a complete  in this respect, the majority of those  psesont endorsing the theory thut "to  the victors belong the spoils.*' It was  likewise hinted, and that very strongly  that the time- was-fast. approaching  when there should be a distinct cleav-  sge between the meinhers of tha  government.-- of Conservative anel  Li!~.pral cor.vie!ions-;.i .*-.������s claiming" ,t o-  be familiar, with existing..conditions  asserting- that mutters could not  progress-much longer as they were  now d-.ing and that the lime was ripe  for a change.���������Yaiicemver World.  Ulsters  Parlor  Lamps  We; have a few of these which  we feel certain will sell without our telling you all about  theni. Just call and see theni  and get our prices before purchasing elsewhere. We have  also a good assortment of other  Lamps which we guarantee  In all other lines  Equally good value is to be  found, but in the above,we are  making specialties this week.  Your Attention   : -^  Letter and Money Pouches '  Purses  Cigar and Cigarette Cases  i'  And all Smokcrs's Requisites  Chas. J. Aman's  Our Cranberries  Are Really Nice and will make  Excellent Sauce for- your  Xmas Turkey  SECURE THE MATERIAL  for your 'XMAS CAKE from  ns.  TROUT LAKE NOTES  The Sawmill to be Re-Opened ond a  Lotof Improvements Made to the Plant  ���������Mining and Personal News.  A deal has been consummated by  which i local company, the personnel  of which urn Messrs. N. Abrahaiiison.  Chas. Johnson, Nils Roman, Win.  Bunco and J. E. Smith got control of  the Tront, Luke sawmill until the beginning of April next. Their intention  is to make several niiich-nee'ded improvements to the plant and to prepare some 200,000 feet of lumber for  sale next summer. Timber culling  will be commenced next Monday and  the steamer will he employed to haul  the logs to the mill. Mr. Clink receive  one fourth of the finished product. ',  On Monday last J. R. Greenfield,  assistant P. O. Inspector arrived in  Trout Lake City, He inspected the  office here and left on Wednesday for  Ferguson to instill the postoffice tliere.  Mr. Greenfield was very much gratified at the way the" money order  department was conducted in Trout  Lake and complimented Postmaster  Currie on his excellent management.  He said tbat as regarded the bulk of  the business transacted through the  money order.departinent, it compared  favorably with any other oflice of its  size in the piovince.  .Hugh McPherson is making a shipment of iiver 7 Ions of ore from the  St. Elmo. Mr. McPherson for some  time past has been working on this  property, which is located near the  True Fissure on Great Northern  Mountain, with very gratifying  results. A very strong lead has been  exposed and promises to develop into  something very good as depth is  gained. Assays of the ore give: The  galena 210 ounces with a high percentage of lead and about $8 in golel and  tlie carbonates 55 ounces silver. 33 per  cent, lead and $-1 gold. Craig & Hillman have the work of rawhiding the  ore in hand.  THE MASQUERADE BALL  NEW SET Ot OFFICIALS  Mr. J. D. Graham Appointed Government Agent for Northern British  Columbia.  A new set of provincial government  ollicials will leave for th" north next  week to take over thn offices in the  most northerly district of British  Columbia, including llie Atlin Lake  countiy. It, has been known I'or some  lime that dipt. Runt, who recently  arrived from the mirth, had been recalled mid that Mr. J. McKenna  had been instructed to temporarily  take charge of the oflice of the mining  recorder and government agent.  Now the government has decided  upon an entirely new set of officials  al the bead of whom will be Mr. ..'. D.  Graham, of Revelstoke, who has been  appointed government agent with  large discretionary powers. Mr.  Graham was for sonic years (jolt!  commissionu'- for a section of West  Kootenay, resigning to accept the  position of local manager of the Gold  Fields of British Columbia, Limited.  He is also to be accompanied by Mr.  J. H. Brownlee, the provincial land  surveyor, who, as slated recently, will  determine the boundary line "where  necessary and do what other surveying  is required.  Speaking of the appointments, Pre-  miur Semlin yesterday said that both  officials hud necessarily been given  large discretionary powers. They  will have jurisdiction over the whole  of the new northern district, and will  establish -their headquarters where  they consider most convenient for the  largest number of miners. The appointment of assistants will likesvise  be left in their hands, As to policing  tho district " the Premier said there  were already a number of officers  there.  REVELSTOKE IHE POINT  JULIAN    DURHAM'S    NOT     TOO  FLATTERING OPINION  THE ARROW LAKE STEAMSHIPS  -The  -Per-  JT  HACK AND COUGH  YOUR LIFE AWAY  Hume  &Co  9  WHOLESALE    AND    RETAIL  G EN EH AL M ERCHANTS  Boys' Fiieze "Ulsters, lined with  tweed ami fitted with high collars,  at SI.00 upwaids.  Boys' Overcoats  and Suits  All oilier kinds of Boys', Overcoats and Suits likewise obtainable  at the great departmental store.  Bring your boy along and let us  iit him with what will please him  most.  Mackinaws  Ask to see the famous Carss  Mackinaw Waterproof. Yon cannot tear it. The only Genuine  Mackinaw manufactured in Can-  ad .i.  A full range of sizes in stock.  Make a note  of this  Extraordinary values throughout the store, not in ODe 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 esuctly as represented here. If not money will be  cheerfully refunded.  Ctf-WtiM Orders Carefully filled,  , Till!  "1VAY-  TIIKY  AT.Ij  B ECU'S  A L-TI-LE IIAMP    '  A LITTLE COLD  A LITTLE COUGH  A BIGVERTCOtrGir-^^"  A SORER THROAT  IN THE CHEST  ON'THE LUNGS  PNEUMONIA.  FEVERS  CONSUMPTION  CHECK  IT NOW  WITH   Dr. Mackenzie^ English  Cough Balsam  GEO. F. CURTIS,  '���������THE OIKJUGIST,"  Successor to the Moll. A. W. Co,,  KEVELSTOKE STATION",     -----      -      11. C.  ourne t. ros.  will not sell profitably in an up-to-date  tailoring establishment, and for that  reason 1 tun clearing off what stock I  have of this kind at actually below  cost. I want the money thns invested  to put into my increasing tailoring  business. When people come in nnd  compare the. prices of ready-modes  with our made to fit and consider the  difference, there is in the quality they  just leave their order for a. suit. For  this reason I will confine inyself in  future strictly to the tailoring business. I have the biggest and best  stock of cloth in town to choose from,  and five first class workmen are busy  filling orders. If yon will come in anel  get my prices, examine the quality of  my material and workmanship, I'm  sure you would be ashamed of sending  east for your clothes. Don't be afraid  to come "and ask questions.  R.S. WILSON  At Nekusp a Grand Success  Costumes ��������� and Prize Winners-  sonal and Other Items.  , Nakusp, B. C, Nov. 30.���������Last week  was a banner one for Nakusp indeed.  Tbe launching of the C.P.K. Co.'s new  boat, the "Minto," was very successfully. VHCi-nuiplixhcel. ' Giving to the  non-arrival of (Japl. Troup nie usual  christening ceremonies were dispensed  with.  On Thanksgiving Day Mr. Win.  Sutherland, a genial employee of the  C.P.R. shipyard, and Mis. V.-iiiderbury  were married, only a - few -friends  being present. After the ceremony  was concludud. a serenade tliat would  rival pandemonium let loose, was  tendered, and h. general handshaking  and convivial time ensued. Long life  aiiil* activity to the newly tnariie.'l  oonple.  The great event of the week from  the young folks'-standpoint was the  grand masquerade ball im Friday  night. The music furnished hv Mr.  and Mrs. Mill ward, of New Uenver,  was excellent. The ladies' costumes  sho_w_i-'cl_e".o.nsiderable skill Jn_ making  and must have taken much l'niiir~aiTei~  money to complete. Many of the  gents' costumes were sent from \V. II.  Lucas, of Vancouver, and added  greatly to the brilliancy of the affair.  The prizes were awarded to Miss.  Sadie Genelle for best lady and  Mr. F. W. Jordan for best gentleman  Mrs, XV. McMillan and F. Ritchie  carried oil the prizes  for  the   wait*/.  The following is a partial list of the  costumes worn:  Jliss S. Genelle, Popcorn; .Miss E.  Gosnell, Fairy; Miss IC. McDougall,  Libertv, Miss M. Muirbe.-ul. Daisy:  Miss Hewitt, Bride; Mrs. F. XV. Jordan, Folly; Mrs. XV. McMillan, Good  Lurk; Mrs. Mnkinson. Evening Slur;  Mrs. Sopcr. Queen Elizabeth; Mrs.  Ponpore. Snowstorm; Miss Howai'th,  Poppies; F. W. Jordan. English Courtier, 14th Century; F. Ritchie.Oavalicr;  J. Clements. East Indian; R. L. Short.  Mephiste; J. Kinghorn, Cavalier; T._  Adams. Uncle Sam; F, Morrison, John  Bull: Ed. Farrell. (Jlown; H. MeUae,  Swell; J. Malcolm, Fancy Dri'ss: J.  McAllister, Turk; XV. R. Grifilth,  Cavalier; .1. Gulden. Satan; XV. Ann-  strong. Sailor, J. Mcliougall. Clown;  A. Bell. Sailor.  BURTON HUB  On the Millie Mack property the  lend has been struck iii the new tunnel. A pack train of ten mules are  busily engaged rawhiding and) there  nre 100 tons sacked on the dump.  With a large force ol men employed  the pack train will be kept busy nil  winter.  Cariboo Creek properties are all  right.  NEW OPERA JIOUSE   OPENED  By  the Harry-Lindley Co., With' "The  Widow Hunt."  On Monday the Harry Lindley Co.  opened the new opera Iioufo with a  piece entitled ''The Widow Hunt'  There was a fairly good attendance.  The company shows' marked improvement since its last visit, and the  specialties are. very good. Madame  "Atlantis is really well worth seeing.  The house itself is still slightly in the  1-iuV, so to spe^ak, but great improvements are promised by* tlie energetic  proprietor, R. Tapping, whose speech  on Monday night was one of the  featuresof thoevening's entertainment'.  La������,t niglit "Castaways" was put on  with good effect, considering the condition of the stage, and the" hall was  quite cumfortable, as it. will aUo be  this evening. The patronage was not  as large as it should have lieen. hut a  bumper house is expected this evening  when the "Mail Girl" will be played.  New Arrivals at  Halcyon  Hot  Springs  The following are registered  at the  Halcyon  Alfred  Hot Springs    Sanitarium: ���������  Uussett.   Sandon;   li.    Wil  liams. Arrowhead; A. Hasan, Nelson:  A. Devitt, Revelstoke: A. L. Gilpin.  Toronto; Dr. and Mrs. McLean, Revelstoke; A-T"GT^McKiiineyr-Toronto;-  W. Watts, Waterloo. B. C; S. Johns  Nelson; Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ritchie,  Rossland: Chas. Larson. Nelson D. J.  McDougall. N. McLell.in, J. Coiiel,  John' I. Powers,. Sandon: C." Alson.  Arrowhead; Mrs. Sehineiek, Trout  Lake: H. Mclntvre, Nelson: J. L.  Gibson, Detroit; C. I). Kerr. F.  Springers, Revelstoke; J. Lillis. Ross-  lanrl; Mr. and Mrs. S. Henry. Nakusp;  Mrs. Wing Chung, Revelstoke Dr.lt  G. Brett, Bnnlf: D. 11. Mai-phet-eou.  Victoria: Rev. R. McDougall. Kevelstoke; _llr������. T. S. Walcott. St. Leon;  .1. G. Devlin, Hector .McKinnon,  Nakusp; J. IL Johnson, Trout I^ike  Citv; Dr. A. F. Dixon, Nnknsp; R:  McDougall, Arrowhead: A. J. Barnes.  Miss Jowett, Trout Lake; Hon. T.  Mavne D.ilv, Rossland.  Goldwin Smith, in the Weekly Sun,  touches upon two matters which at  the present time have.an interest for  the people of this province, and for  the members of Premier Semlin's  cabinet. He says: " Lord Aberdeen's  parting admonitions to us are a well-  paid judiciary and a permanent civil  service. The judiciary ought to bo so  paid that the bench may attract ability  from the bar. If is not nee-essary that  the salary of a judge should for this  purpose be equal to the income of a  leading barris-ter, since the judgeship  attracts by the dignity and security  of the position. But it is good economy to pay the judges well. England  finds that it is, and she pays her  judges at a rate fur beyond our scale  or means. Time is saved and appeals  nre prevented when tbe judge is strong  enough to have full control of his  court.'-'  Affairs in the Yukon  One of the latest to testify to the  improvement eif things under the  Ogilvie regime in the Yukon is Mr.  Woodwoith. Iiiirrisli'i-. late of Eel-  monton. who sends out a letter for  publication that is full of intei est.  '���������Ogilvie has come in." he says, and  the reign of terror is over. Men  breathe more' freely and ji sense "of  security prevails that has hitherto  never "existed." The "affairs of the  postoffice which have been a fruitful  source of complaint, have been  straightened out and proper accommodation has been provided for the  various government oHices. In addition" to the latter, regulations are  enforced whicli afford reasonable  facilities lo tbe public for the dispatch  of business without, the exaction of  blackmail. This would seem lo have:  been one of the crying necessities of  the place, as clerks are said to have  made from S100 to S500 ft day in illicit  fees, and some are. now worth their  hundreds of thousands of dollars.  That a period has been put to this  scandal is in itself cause for congratulation. Old officials have gone out,  and new, and on the whole lietter  ones have been put in their places.  But one wonders what they succeeded  in pocketing, when subordinates have  lieen able to make such comfortable  fortune*.  In connection with the ball to be  given by Fire Brigade No. 1 or. the  10th it was decided hy the ball commiltee last night to have  a   regular  I supper instead  of the usual refresh-  | inents.  Are Unexcelled for Comfort and Safety  ���������Only 1200 of a Population in  Revelstoko���������The Scenery Along the Route���������-.  ��������� Thc   Halcyon   Hot   Springs���������Life at  the Favorite Summer Resort  After leaving Sicamous   thn  princi-.  pal diveision  for the   traveller  is to.  nave   his   breakfast  on one    of   the-  delightful dining cars that the C.P.R..'  run over the line  between  Vancouver,  and Montreal, wherever good wayside,  hotels are not available at meal hours..  Scarcely, however, has the last mouth-,  ful been swallowed  when  tho express,  which, since emerging from the Engle-  puss", has crossed the Columbia river  liv means nf a bridge half a mile  long,  runs into Revelstoke, a railway  divisional point,  and  the.-entrance to  the  wonderful Kootenay mining country.  With a population of some  1200.  and.  an altitude of some 1.4-75 feet, "Revel-,  stoke is a queer sort of twin  city,  one  point being clustered around the C. P.  R. station, whilst the other lies on the.  banks of the Columbia, a considerable-  distance away. ...  But it is chiefly as the gateway, to.,  the district where Nelson, Rossliind,.'.  Tiail and the Slocan camps are situ-.;  ated that Revelstoke- now claims;  public attention, for leaving the -main t  transcontinental route at lhis point, a  branch line conuects with the Arrow--  head steamers, and within a ,few-*  miuiites of the departure of the ..east-  bound express you tind yourself safely"'  ou board the triiiu  GOING  INTO KOOTEX.vy. "  For 2S miles the line skirts tho shore-,  of   the Columbia, now   no   longei. a,,  river of whirlpools aud rapids,  a ruiiss .; "  of turbulent waters such .-ui fought ita ."  way round the northern heights of the,  Selkirk  range,   but on   the  contrary,*"-  weary of the struggle for right-of-way "  the  stream,   having    overcome    all .- -  ohstacles.hereflows along to the sunny . ,  south in placid fashion,  until  at the .  top. of   the" Upper    Arrow   Lake   it.  broadens   out,  still    further    into     a ~  splendid    sheet    of   unruffled  water, '.  where a cluster of wooden honsos -auJ.^. ���������  a  wharf    fringe     the     nawow ledge J -  between    the  -mountains   and * rock-  slrewn beach.  Of all lbe excellent boats run by the .  C.P.R. on the various lakes and rivers -  of British Columbia, none excel,  anel .  few equal, the Kootenay and Rossland .  gieat big "stern.wheelers"  with  wide  decks and    comfortable cabins," that .-  afford        the     travellers   .  first-rate ,  meals on the mo������t luxurious trip down ".  the Arrow Lakes.     The variety of the-t  mountain scenery between A rioivliead  and  Robson   is"  unsurpassed   iu   the-  province, for on either hand  cliff' and  crag  alternate with   wooded   ravine;-.  whilst down   to  the shore  slope the-  cleared  townsites   of   many   a  small  .  settlement.     Here,   too,     you    have .  always a foreground of the  lake, with -"  a background of-silvery streams  and-,  wat erf al isTi;unl--\vherejHs--the-picture^s  that is perfect without lhe  adjunct of  lhis third element of Nature?  AT THU  HATjCYOX HOT SP1UNG3  the   lirst   halting   place   of- the ."lake  steamers,, tliere is a lot of woik going,  on; a magnificent hotel now   stimding-  iiii  the bank some 50 feet above the-  watcr level, offers lo visitors first-rate  accommodation, an excellent cuisine,,  bedrooms       well       furnished,       auel"  heated     on     cool      days     by     bot  water pipes, large baths, small' baths,. [  pl.inge b.itli~=, Turkish   baths,   steam-  rooms and  dressing-rooms,   built  and  fitted up in the most approved modern  fashion��������������� ho wonld_ dream of finding  such a splendid   .".anilariuni   in   Kodt-  enay ':   Proof  number  one   that  the  mining districts are. not the   wild uncivilized   places   many people  eiion-  eonsly deem them.    Halcyon is indeed,  a marvellous health resort, having only,  sprung into public notice   during   the  past.few month*, since the Hon. C. H.  Mcintosh, ex Lieut-Governor of N. W.  Territories, took holel   of. lhe   locality  and erected   a   bathhouse,   hotol   nnd  Siinilari'.uu. well worthy of patronage,  close to some highly beneficial natural  springs, the analysis of which (made in  the Edinburgh City laboratory)  show  them to c-ontain a iai-ge proportion   of.  silica ind alkaline salt, also a considerable amount of sulphuretted hydrogen,  and   that   rare   substance     lithia.   A  doctor and trained nurse being always  in residence, people who are really   ill  can s-afely repair there for   treatment,  whilst capital boating and   fishing   attract summer visitors in   si-arch   of a.  pleasant resort for a holiday.  One great advantag*1  pos=essed  by  the Halcyon Springs  lies  in  the  fae"t  that   tbe'y   are     n.ost   palatable,   anel  when aei-ited fot ni a  deiigliLft.l  table  water.    In order to aerate  and   bottle  in huge quantities tlie company   who  own the springs are putting  np  buildings 'mil   machinery,   so   that   before  long they will be in a position  to supply the rapidly increasing  demand nil  c.vt������r the province,  and  as  they  have  quantity   and quality   at   their command the   enterprise  promise.,  to  become a large ami flourishing industry.;  Life at this resort  is  very  lazy  and"  healthy, coii-.istiiig of a  combination  of pine air. mineral baths,  good  food,  and rest of  mind  nud   body.    To  the  immense  mining population  close nt  band it w ill prove a givat   boon,   for  m.'ti hurt   through  accident*,  or disabled through  rheumatism,  etc.,  will'  Snd good treatment and relief.  JCLIAK DUKUAM; v'-"i
Revelstoke   Herald
Published In ln tercets of
R-velstoke,  L-Uclinii, Hit; Bend, Trout Lake
lllciiliewoel, Albert Uniiyon, Jordiin
1'ass aud KukIo Pass Uliulctu.
A  JOHNSON.
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A Heiiii-W'tokly Jouniul. published In the
Inl-i"--!* "f lln-i'ialoke ami llio siirrounilliiK
district, Wednesday-- nml .-lunlnjti, iniikliiK
;lo-L_it connections with nil fulim.
*_dvcrlUliiK Kates: blMi'ny win. 8>-fi0.RVr
column ii.cli.tf2.l~y per Inch wheiilnmi l. u out llio
pat-o. Lecul 11.1s. l-Jis !>��� r Inoiipiirelll line for
tint Inserll'ti; !"_��� for eui-li iieldillunnl insertion, i
licadlnis" nolle, a. lie pur line och lauiio. llirth,
���JarnaKO and Iieiith noilcen, (ri'u. o.._vi'tli-m   -iiiv   wlilrli   lii.liii-.v  ree-oi'deel      It
bubscripilon Itiitca:   iij mull e.r carrier. S"-'00 : l"-'"'  ���'��>   ��lll,��   insioii   iLi.oiui.ii.     u
ru>r iinnun*. :   _l,*'i for six iuc,iil)i., hliielly In
lho Sirdar's health was drunk, and
on rising to respond, Lord Kitchener
was the recipient of another magnificent ovation. As a man "of good
nnnic anel fame," so runs llie quaint
formula, ho was then admitted to the
freedom of tho city.
ROSEIIIJIIY'S IWTIMATI. OK THU
CAMPAIGN
In proposing the ".'inny unil nuvy"
Lord llosebery said "they were oelo-
bi-utliig a cuinpiiiKii lhe most consuiii-
ninle of uny In our iiilliiui'y history
for SO yeiii-s���one moiie far rciiching
nnil  lienelleent  in  ils rcsiills. |ii>i'h:i|is,
MA'CDON'ALD'S  TRIP
our Job Ucpsrliiirnt: 7iik lli.ie/.i.i' J oil
iM-PHrtnient, Ih ono of tlm l��'��t i;i|iilpl>oil
criiilliiK Oltlccd la XVeu. Kuoli'iiay, r.nil In pro-
wiitcHncxiM.ulii��llklnilH of prlnlmK in ""t
.!.-��. ��tylcut hum st prlcc-.H One pilco to nil.
No Job too lur un���none Lo BiniiH���forim. __ili.il
orders pr imiitly a'.tei.ded to. Ulvo ua u irinl
cn your nexi o:d. r. .
T.iOorn-i/i'oniluiit-: Wo im correspondence on any mildect of inn r.-st *.o lli.i Kenerni
Mihlic, anil detiro n eelliibl' rcKUlnr corroi.
pondent In .very l_ci. i , suiroiiiiiliim
Hcvel-toke. In nil caneb llio bona lleln namci
of lhe wnltr iiiusiaicoiiitaiiy niiiiins-ilpt, "ill
..ni ni-'.-'-eari-.y [or [.ulillciuloi .
AddreiS ."ll CO-iinuniciilionrt
REVELSTOKE HERALD
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WEDNESDAY,   DECEMBER
J 808.
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Why France Backed Down���The Mansion    House   Meeting���Naval   Preparations Still in Progress.
From  Our  Owu  Correspondent. "'
London, November 10.���All immediate danger of war betwesn England
and France is at an end, to the great
relief of thoughtful people in this
country, though the enormous naval
prepartations still going on point to
some question yet unsettled. . What
that question may be, or where, is
still pure speculation outside of
inner official circles.
Lord' Salisbury's conduct of
troublesome Fashoda incident
been almost universally commended.
He has been firm yet conciliatory, insisting on British -.rights, yet allowing for Fraud's diflicull position. At
first he said he would not negotiate
about Fashoda. Afterwards he noi only
negotiated but suggested a loophole
Some of the extremists have heen taxing him with cowardice or worse. The
best answer to these lunatics is the
present condition oi affairs in Paris.
France is tottering on the brink of
civil war. .Many men in France think
that civil war can only be avoided
by proclaiming a v.-at- against a foreign power. These men argue that
a foreign war is better than a civil
war. even though France may get
beaten in the struggle. Militarism
has brought France to this pass���that_
" ~~etVii~reif~~~~~S'~"ceri-ibi~fi"f
it  must "choose
evil anei another.
WHY   FRANCE   YIELDS
It is stated that the French minis-'
try was large*!:.*  influenced  in its de- |
cision with regard to Fashoda by pres-'
sure.jof  private  representations  from '
various  towns   in   France.    Whon    a
rupture became probable the cominor- j
cial   interests   of   tho   countiy    were j
seriously alarmed,  and  protests    and j
memorials.in favor of peart literally i
showered .jipon   the  ministers.    From !
Paris alone, came a large load of ap- I
peals to the same C-Tecl. and M. Luc-
kroy, thB minister of marine, looking
at the war from a pur-'l" -..aval standpoint,   made  capitulation  a  condition
of  his  acceptance  of  olIW.   Th-.'  new
minister,   who   is   the     Ber^i-fori!     ot
France in the fl~"~i development, saw
clearly  that   the   French   navy  in   it>
present   condition   is   utterlv   imorpial
to that of Great Britain.    The ru-i_ln-
al object of the authors o: the _M_3.1t Ii-
nncl   expedition   was   to   draw   a   line
from the Congo to the R"i! sea. which
would cut the road from Cairo to the
Cape  in  two as effectually as  if mi��
drew  a  knife  acros=  the  r��ntre  of _
wasp.     Is   Kraiic   prepared   to   -give
up the dream? If not. much mor? ob-
viouslv remains.
AT THE MANSION IJOTSF
Lord Salisbury was so profuse in
his compliments to the Sirdar that it
seemed as if his speech would be entirely complimentary, but when he
came to speak oi Lord Kitchener as a
"splendid diplomatist" as well as a
great soldier it was divined that
eo'me important political revelation
was imminent, and his. hearers hael
not lonp to wait. They almost held
their breath as the prime minister,
after a half ironical allusion lo the
excellent pcisonal relations which the
Sirdar had established with M. Marchand. went on to mako the momentous announcement that lie had reef ived that afternoon the informal ion
that the French government had c-omc
to the conclusion that the occupation
of Fashoda was of no sort of value
to the French republic-. As soon r.s
the company realized what this meant
a storm of laughter and cheers swept
through the hall, and Lorel Salisbury,
as British foreign minister, vras suddenly elevated to a pinnacle he has
not occupied for years. Lorel Salisbury went on to inform the excited
audience that the French government
hud added liinlre even lo tho iniiiieiii-
orliil fume of lhe Uritish iii'iny, and
more limn thal.il had paid oil' a debt
which for l.'l yours lay near the heart
and the conscience of every Ui'itoii.
Thoy hud not spoken of it���they had
nol liked lo liiink of It���but deep
down the memory had boon with them.
Moreover, If il bud not heen for "lho
defeat of lhc Khalifa, il was perfectly
certain lhat iho extermination of llie
European outposts of elvillztilio i
might have resulted, and ho thought
we hud a right, not io ill feeling nr
jealousy, hul to the largest mciuiire
of gratitude from those nations whose
territory bordered upon that of the
Dervishes."
TUB MISSING DEAN
The humorous man of the Daily
Chronicle appears to be gifted with
a fair amount of invention, as witness tho following: "Thoy were discussing whether tliere was ono righteous man in England whose cupboard
con lui ned no skeleton. The younger man mentioned thc namo of n well
known dean. Tho older scoffed ami
guaranteed that tho bishop of (lie. future had a story in tha past. Furthermore, ho offered to supply proof. Wilh
this purpose in view, on a. Saturday
morning he wired fo lhc deanery. "Fly
at onco she has confessed all." By the
kilo boat thai, night there was one
dean loss in Hhigland. and onc more
on the English channel.
GIHSAT NAVAL PREPARATIONS
Rumor is busy in naval circles, as to
the precise destination of the Servico
squadron now assembled " at Plymouth. That an important cruise is
before it is certain, having regard to*
tho 'immense pains thai have been
taken to fit it out for active service.
One theory which finds wide acceptance amongst those who arc in close
touch with the higher naval authorities is. (hat Delagoa bay is the destination of tho squadron. The suggestion is that the government have had
a deal with Germany in the exchange
of territory, and llint thoy iiro on thc
point of taking possession of thai position, and Hint, desiring to forestall
any jiossible hostile aclion on the part
of any of the powers, have decided to
solid out a force that will he irresist-
nble. -
LIBERTY     IN     GERMANY I���LESE
MA,I ESTE
Although    rigorous steps have boon
laken   during   the last,  few   years   tb
nut   down   the  abominable    crime  of
lese   majesle   in   the  German   cmpiic,
oflciic.es   of   this   kinel   somehow   still,
abound.    The   latesi  transgression  of
the law  which  hedges  round   the  divinity of. the kaiser,  is a  young lady
clerk of Breslau.    Franlcin Dyke saw
a portrait of the    Emperor    William
hanging in Iho window of n shop, and
she  was  overheard   making what  the
poi ice considered a   "disrespectful  re
mark"  about the original.    For  tliis
heiiious crime she was arrested,  aud
has  just   been    condemned     to    two
months   imprisonment.        On   Friday,
1*1 err Hardin, the distinguished od'i'tor
of  the   Ltikuiifiii,  one  of    the    most
thoughtful   of   Gorman   reviews     was
sentenced   to  six    months    imprisonment in a fortress for publishing an
article   in   which   the   authorities    _~-
toccd criticism of the government ar.d
its  august   head.    For   venturing    to
print ii  poem,   in  which  the kaiser's
pilgrimage   to   Palestine   was   treated
without proper seriousness. Herr Lan-
gen.-cil!toi~-o.f-a-comie=papc-~~M-ii���3e?rMa-
has   been   thrown  into  prison.     It  is
��� sad io think that after all thc lessons
j! the law lias taught them. Ge.'man edi-
i tors and lady clerks will    pfvsist   in
I writing or speaking of tho k.iifier as
iit h.; were a   mere human  sovereign,
and not a Heaven-inspired ruier.whoss
i words a'.'.ti actions are thrice sacred.
From Calgary to  Dawson City via  the
Mackenzie.
From   The  Calgary  Herald
Dining a chut with Dr. George Mtic-
��� doiialil  the othei' dny Tlie Herald sc-
ciii'Od nn  intercstin;; s.ory of the Sonars   expedition   over   ino   Kdiutititoii
route to the Yukon.
I     Leaving C'ali-ary   in   August   of  lust,
yenr  Dr.  .MucilonaM Joined  lhe  party
ul  I'MiiioiitOii uml while lhey  were  11
months   in   I'cti.hing     n.iwson,     only
i three niiinlhii e.m ni" the 11 worn spoilt
lu actual ii.".i>'li!ii��.    The other eight
were   |ii'."s ":1   In   winter    qitai'ioi's    at
Kurt   M'.i.plii'iauii.     Dr.   .Mucilonulil   is
of  l',c  i pinion   lhat ti  well  equipped
puny.   ii!.j|ioi-ly   guided,   und   stinting
s-iy. lu May or June, could make the
.iii.ii ;i' :>' in loss thnn three months.
'ih:' story of the trip as far an l-'ort
M.-.i'phersoi'., near the mouth of the
M'ti'kcny.lp liver. Is already known to
Hernld rendera. As soon ns the rlvus
were open, tiie parly loft Ala ;:inci"'on
with ;i scow HI Ms feel long tinel j'-i feci
beam, lotulc I with four ton.; of i.i'p-
piics, nml proceeded via Pool nnd Hat
rn era li) lho summit of lhc ilo.iky
li-.e.-titilalns.
Thore were six in thc party: Capt.
Sognrs, F. lliirdlsty, j\. Adamsnn, Fred
Taylor (Inoilier of the manager ol
the -Hudson's Bay stores, Calgary)
Sam McNeill of Calgary and Dr. Alacdonald. Thoy woro assisted by five
Indians.
Taking the he.uvy boat over the
mountains was a Herculean task but
by dint of liard and continual work
it was safely accomplished, lu many
places a channel had to ho cut und
several times the streams hud to he
dammed to raise the water. In the
more dillicult passages two men rode
in the boat, while the rest trucked
wilh  lwo .ropes.
At lho summit  itself the boat was
rolled on skids for a milo and. a quarter.    Going down the west side of the
mountains,  via  tiie  West  Rut,    Bell
anel Porcupine rivers it was often necessary  to  hold   iho   boat  back  with
ropes, owing to dangerous rapids. But
despite all dangers no serious accident
j occurred during the whole trij).    Once
the bout half filled with water and onco
Dr. .Mncdnnnld  while  in thc tracking
harness was  thrown  violently  into a
j sUmgh and against u stump, but with
: n'o serious consequences.
|     Thc party was  tho on'y ono wliich
. look their boat und all iheir supplies
: over lhc summit, though several other
parties  got  through   with  light loads
i and  canoes, some by tho same route
1 us the Segurs puny and somo by the
So mile portage.
; There was no sickness in the party:
I quite the reverse. Every man enjoy-
| eel the host of health and came out
' strong, fal and vigorous at thc end.
j As a health trip it boats California or
the Roveria.
I     Golel was found in several tributaries  of thc Mackenzie,  mainly ,in  the
Mahani.   Several parties aro now' prospecting  und   working   the  bars.     Tho
Porcupine   wns ' also   found   to   can-y
gold  as  well   as   thc Yukon  itself  in
' every   place   they    washed   a   panful
i ot gravel.
| Arriving at Dawson tlie party found
too many peoplo on the ground already and'at. least ."000 wanting to gel
I I out but uiiKblo through lack of means.
Provisions are plentiful but owing
io ihe largo proportion of poor anel
destitute the government wiil have
to put up for them if starvation is
to be avoided..
Sanitary conditions are rotten.These
and the overcrowding of cabins will
result in much sickness. In scores of
cases from lu to 15 people will have
to live in a small cabin through the,
winter. Typhoid has been bad anei
the doctor would not bo surprised if
typhi::*, broke out.
The hospita'-s were all full, but tho
medical  profession  was  overcrowded.
T'vf'rv. of .tor��� nm:'-  -sinn    n^.l . rail In ^
"JABS"
From Tho Froo Lance.
It affords us much pleasure to be
able to withdraw what we suid nbout
n married mini In Wetaskiwin boing
loo fresh with a certain young lady.
We wont tiji to Wetiiskiwlii on ti
specia Hour of investigation, and il
iiDTr appears thut the iiil'ormntio:i
sent down io us was Incorrect.
.        *        A
This Is the llrsl retraction wo hnva
Inul occasion lo make In lliesri eol-
iimri-, ai.il  we do it   unreservedly.
. * .
"*".' luskiwin, nnd all tin: other towns
un the rond,looked lhe siu'no m ever.
Collectluus of nihkcn.peks were on
hand iit each sluppliig placo, and, on
arriving at our u;iiii"o burg we found
that lhc coii'-iiiupiion of liquor hail
not suffered ;u,y appreciable decrease
since our elnpaititi e.
On returning fhe following day wc
found great c.vcilcinent prevailing over
the cilspin Smith case. The Mad Mullah had refused to agree to un order
for Smith's release und Judge Scott
wan Killing on the case. Had lho
order I'or release been signed, tliero
would have boon nt: exceedingly gay
c\cuing of it in town. Tho Judgo.
however, was obdurate, and the Mad
.Mullah, in tho pomon of Mr. McCarthy, would nol budge from his
original position. Wherefore the position remained unchanged. Crispin stayed in the jug. lhe numerous friends
and admirers scattered to their several homes, whilo we fell sick iind took
to our bed where wc have beon con-
lined ever since It is great fun writing -stuff for the public, while fooling
sicfc, depressed n��d liable lo die at
anv moment. Wo know it can't be
typhoid fever, liiicause that conies
fiom drinking water.
Next week will ba "the anniversary
or the birth of the Wetaskiwin Free
Lance. Congratulatory baskets of
flowers can be lert nl our boarding
house. All votive offerings in the
frtiape of hollies had better ba laken
rouael to tho oflice. where instructions
have boon left with "Grassy" iis lo
their disposal. They will bo given lo
the poor.
A meeting of the .Yctaskiwiu lodge
of Ancient Order or- United Workmen will be held at the usual meeting
place on the evening of Tuesday, December Oth. -A full attendance is requested, and visiting brothers arc cordially   invited.
m     ���     .
A skating rink having boon started
In Red Door, it would be woll for the
married men to be on tho look- out
and not allow* a repetition of last.winter's conduct, which is, a follow assisted by Monsieur Balzac, having broken up a well known resident's home
by taking his wife out skating, entices lier away, lives with her in Seattle until he' gets tired .of her, and
finally leaves her to the cold charily of
Hie world.
! town?  Pray, give us no provocation.
['Wc are so used to imaginative writing
! thut il  would  discompose  us terribly
to have to turn loose tne dogs of truth.
I But this is slill the Wetaskiwin  Free
' Lance, hampered with no Calgary social   or   political   complications,     and
anything wo mny have to say In  tho
future us regards the internal economy
of   Calgary   will   ba   lhc   cold,   white,
bare truth.
.  .  .
The Kronch Thcatro Company, the
best dramatic company thut has played in western Canada during lhc past
two yours, opens a week's engagement
In Cnlgnry on Monday. The good re-
ptiluilon this troupe has secured for
ilsolf, Its up to dale scenery ami
vnrietv acts should be lhe menus o
having crowded houses. An ellort
should be made to have this company
n visit to the north.
THE M0L80N8 BANK
Inoorp.iratod by Act of i'arllcmo.nt 1S55
Paid up Capital
fids' Fut]d   -
Koad  Offieo-
$2,000,000
-     1,509,000
-IVlontreaJ
pay
|    This is
will  bo a
a rotten issue,
peacli.    Not n
but next ono
rotten peach
either
("ODDER  IN  THE  TREE  TOPS.
All indications
Really being i.'ne
gary.
point to Mr. James
next mayor of Onl
ine    ministry,
of clergyymen
ACCIDl-NT  AT   MACLEOD
oc
l'.\:
A terrible and f.ii.ii lu'i'ii'.'ni.
l~u on Monday Inst on the
i-_.it-.'" n���-->������ M-'lTi. ''���" vli'.''-! i'r'i"-.
Instructor Mci-time.- Ruler " lo-' hi.;
life. It appe. i - from :!* - in:-Jr::l..i-
tion whie-h i caches us that ihe de-
cased bad b^en oc"cii|i;."ing hini"'*1:.' in
.1       celi.ti-.        wh'-'li i'r'iiii        r.vi.-es
r.of sin-el! tiie earth caved, in, Mid
although prompt .-issi-tnur.-' v-j-; ,i'-i-
dr-rul by ins wlf.- and a _ Indian, iind
li i-i r"it-a.-e etfvc.ecl, tin- .".ss;_,i.,u,-'i.
������an-.'- too late nnd he elli.-d from i!i.>
ii.jurie-- reee-lvoel.
Mr. Hakcr had I .. i> h
of tha Indian depart rae-..
IJ yr-;:rs on the Sar'-ee, I
wa-;   likewise,   except
though  there ar& lots
mining.
!     Wi-.i;.-."-the P.-irty was in Da-.v.-on/T).
W. Davis, customs coilftctor. had a
' racket with the American consul- who
: occupying .'-?��� same building, ran hd
J an '..Tnr-ri-'nii Hag. Dfvi-s vv>iil'i_'i
I Miir.e. this and after .'i lively row made.
j him haul it do-.vn.
| While ti.e doctor i... inclined lo think
: thc rtori'-s of official rascality ex-
��� age-rated '""��� h<"!~< .'.'"d a lot of crooic^ei
elaim   s'.-iking   wr."-   don"   for     whieli
rks in th1
roverini^nr. ijffire.-
,      I.   S.   I"
Goodman
i
i ru"-'-
i        Dick   .Inph-l-iT;
'-<������,   S,  Gooi
'."��� engaged
linan  .in .
n minim:
w.'re
Kev.
IlUM-
V-\-'
I Oil,
H
!h>
for  al'iiMM. | a   e
ie!cff_rfjt. and
e-inpiov
Blood reserve'!. He was niile to talk
the Ka.'c-e and Ulae-kfoot langij-ig.'1
Ihi-ntly and was one of th.-> most
cili.der.- ofiiccr.-i of tho' department in
the vest, hi:*, efficiency n;i an cfli'-e:- of
tl.e d.-jiartnient being enhanced by his
having gained e":i . con fid ine': of the
Indians with whr ni he had ~c> do.
Mr. UakT wa. an Jrishnian and was
at. T. C. D. Tic; came t-> tho Shcdl
river erj-.intrj, in Manitoba in lhe year
1S.S2 and farmed I hero in .ii l.civ" when
he came; to tlio Calgary e!i,,~"irt. [I.
was through the. Norlh \\v.,t rebellion of ISS5. 1..M": n memb"r or
lieiuiiem's S'-int.=, niic! w,->.-, woundi-d at
fialocije. The d"ce_asi"<! gentleman
I"ii-rs a wifo and five children to
Mourn his loss.
i    doing   -'"ll   at Miring and   Dime".   '''i"i_-.-r and  :-nm"r-
ti'lio   look   in   ��� :st11<-   for   IvrdiK.
..  i:i  Paw-ion.
r.Miie'donalcI remaiiii',1 tv. uiontl:.:
!:i tjnv.-or.. at-qHiring ;i il'iir.-, on Be-:.~
;ir^:i i-vi-cle. b-fr on S'-pt��mii-'-r Itib
via llie Yukon rivr and tor.!: n month
io c-i.ne o'ir. li.-- will proiial.lv w-it.
���/nnecled aeroiinr of th>- intfre*'-
ins trip during lh" winbT.
On" thin^ Dr. Macdonnid r"ii:finu"d
-,vas the the i"",)r.'"t of '.vhop.fa'."- d"-
hanchiTy and lawlc-Ksu'-ss bv American whal"i*s wintering at H<-rs"~h',il
islands. This" wa-. fiul <iubiisli',d by
The Herald a ypar ago. on the author
ity ot a reiu
���id Mounted I'olii-cir.an.
Citows ni-;:-!' .ma i
'.ill   nol
���n.1
Thr:   Dominion   pin iiamr :it
mc.i until M:.rr li.
D'liiii'.iion   elec-linnr.   in    n.-illon   an-i
West liiiron  will be lich! (lll  )>,-..
till.
American d<.'!"gate;, arc coining to
Alberta.to.seek new locat.iot.s for tiieir
neigh bcjrs. ���
Next year in l.nst Kocitenay ib. expected ley lie tlie most jirospcrous m
ils history.
.V
I );i n
if  li
i" rom    i no.
I I"ra!d r"pi'es.'iir?i iv
Ali ejiiiivrny yr-sl''i-cli:',- :
'  ni.il     enyilung    t i    t
Cr..snry  Herald
in' <~r;ng
ee"l   liiir.
about
Iu this paper we havo always advocated a hopeful creed. Politically
as '.veil as socially, let us at least live
as happily as we can in unison.
Christmas is not far off. "Peace and
Goodwill" is the optimist's creed, be
he Christian, Mussulman, Buddhist, or
what. "God's music will not finish
with one tune." We want others lo
'look cheerfully, or at least courageously, on life too, and that is partly
why the Lance derctes so much space
in trying lo make Its readers enjoy
r.n occasion-.il iaugh. .
*. .'*    *
Tn thc Herald office, where we com-
���T7riv���uir~-.vi-5ir-<"~~i~wi5dor_7^-ariu���iinmec. ".-"-
at"ly beneath our office seat, is kept
the storage of acetylene gas. If an
r-yplosior- P"i-.iir.s we will get the full
benefit :t it. This acetylene is really
light from wr-ter. It is obtained from
soiid bri.ks of calcium carbide, which
arc rr.'ulc bv fusing together in an alcoholic f'lrnac^ ordinary limo and
coal. The acetylene gas is given off
by ihr-'-e bricks when water is poured
c.-'.i th< m. J;.".:; a curious fart that the
!.!���!' ������ :!���-.:, ���"���_v.-_ will not burn, even
wh'n li'i'"i ._: a gas flame; but the
moiKiTil. -.-!���.���!��� ii pouvftd upon thf:rn,
e  pa.i a,?.', vhirh burns with an in-
:en.->- n.i ni'-  when  ignited.
...
in :��� i-.il'.-v.," house in Calgary the
other ���!.->; -�� saw ,i cdiild trying to
i!.i."rc-.t i!>;r_"-if in nn advanced and
��� L ill !n-".'i:;." of Canada. To our mind
one of ii.- moil fatal mistake, of the
r-npui.-.:- i, i-i hod;,- of education, is the
:<;.'���:>,,-.g e f i.rTiies before t���injj3 anel
with'.ut ,'.i:r.g*. Th�� natural child
hi ��� a:i-'jl*ii.'l/_:n interest In abr-tract
kiiowlr-lge-. f;!.; or her inexp'.rlr-nce
giy." tin'tipc, incrf-st in the storing
,!Ti e.f k:r.vl(-r!g��. of which he or she
can ni:s!"- no imniedlate use. C'om-
ji'-llin*: ���-::;!.;-."_ to Ic-arn by rot", to
"n:_.."ii a- '������ jjirrot learns. 1"; the great
bap'." of o-;r c'ldcationiil syst'jm .
T *        it
Th'- < l.ii'irsn who sit lisik-SHly on
the b..-r.. i..-^ of our public schools, arc
cbildr'-:; who 'rnvn beer, drtiggnd with
io;.- fi'li rr..j --��herflavo been blighted bv th*-' l'-iir'-sii'-jn of lh"i'" natural
inquiries *'fi"r knowledge. Thf; children itr'; oI.im��I. .'foldesd and punisbed
Cattle Iu  lluwiiil   May In   Time   Develop
Scmi_i.u*i:il Alll'ibulf'-.
A cow cuniiut. climb a tree���uiuliiliblcil
fact in natural history. Yot, if environment cun i.tl'cct, whnt sonic believe it cun
a few generations of cntllo in Hawaii an
likely lu evolve a race of Kcansuriut kine,
for tiie common fuddur for cows nnd hoi'sei-
grows oil Ireos.
Thero arc only two direct Ions in the islands of tho Pacific, nnd everybody use?
lho tiirins windward and leeward us glibly
ns if bred aboard ship to uso sailors' Knglish. Tn Hawaii these two dircuMons am
distill .My marked���cm lho windward side
of every island, tropical rains, growth of
green tilings to jungle luxuriance' on the
leeward side, drought rarely broken, scanty
grasses jirccnrioiisly existing in a sun
linked soil, for most, months of most, years
sere ami brown. Hut ns not ovcry one
can live lo windward, nnd .it. scums a pity
lo 'lee sn muoh leoward go to wnslo
whicli might otherwise! bo good, the iilgar-
roba tree h.is been introduced from lhe
African aridities nnd has madu cattle
ranching a successful possibility on tho
dry kinds.
Priests of (lu French mission wero lhu
iiilriulii-Crs, they having booomo'acquainted with ils value in.Algcria. As.iis name
sliows.it, is tlio Carol" tree of tho "Arabian Nlghls," tho siiiii'c.o of most, jicujilu's
kiiowlodgo of, things Arabic. Thu rrcn
grows most luxuriantly in most Jlawiiihm
soil'j and bears continuously lho year
around. This is a ma'teruf particular im-
jiorlnucc. for it i.s the fruit which is of
value. Tho tree grows to tho height attained by largo innplos and branches luxuriantly so as toshndo a considerable nren,
and as tho leaves are both abundant and
largo, thcru is formuil n protection against
the heat wliich stock njipreeinte. Tho
fruit is a large fleshy pod filled with beans
tlio size of a horso chestnut, lt is upon
(ho jiculs and tho beans that cnttlo feed.
This foddu'r is so satisfying Hint for lung
jioriods caltlo nro fed on nothing olso and
reach market in prlmo condition.���Now
York Sun.
BOARD OF DIRE0TOR3
VV .Molson M.iopliorson, President
H. II. lowing, Vice-President
W.M. Ilainwiy Henry Archbalr
Siiimi.'l i-'iuley   .1. P. Cleghorn
li, Mark land Molson
F. Wolfe:stun Thomas, G'-n. ALiiiagei
A. O. I >u rn ford,   ln>-!i''('..ii
II. Lnckwoeid, A-~si".l>ini Im��i��..i-i.ii
Inlcrcsl. alloweii ..n iii.-|'o.,it,- hi
ciirtont rates.
Knglish and A.-.'i.i-ic.tu exi'li.mg.
bouglit and sold a: I...vent nil"..
l-ir. A,*-" v; ,_��)--
Aylinur, On!. Ottawa, fli.t..
IJrockville, Oul,.     Owc-n Sniinil, Out.
Calgarv, Alia.       Ridgetown, Out.
Clinton, Onl. Smiths Kails, Q;J
Exeter, Out. Sotel, P. Q.
Hamilton, Out,      S(, Thomiis, Ont.
London, Out. Tiu-oiitii, Ont.
Mcul'ord, Out.   '     TjroritcJuiic'ii.Oni
Mom real, P. Q.      T.cr.ton, Out,
St. Catharine,      Waterloo, Out
St. Branch.       Woodstock,Oiil
Mprrisiiin-g.-int.     Wirmijii'g. Man
'i.)iwi-h, Om.      ' Vancouvei-, H, C,
Sinicoe.  Onliirio;     lluvi'liloke,  D. C:
t. Vieloi-tii.   I . O,      Qiiuliee.
Revelsloke Brunch:
J. D. MOLSON, Manager
���"OF CANADA
Hoad Office, Toronto
Paid Up Capital $2,000,000
Reserve     -   -   -    -   1,200,000
Directors:
U.S. Howland,  President
T.R.Merntt,Vice Pros., (St.Catharines)
William Kamsay, Robot t JalTniy,
Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Slayiior
ICIias, UogeiH.
D, It; Wilkio, Gene, al Manager.
nrtir.ohorj
North Wk', and Iir:li3h Columbia
VuBcnuyei
Winnipeg
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Kill, Portage      | Welland
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Savings Hank ili'i'i'iirnulil-- P .posits'
��� if   SSI    nnd    iip��..;.l"    receivi'd    and
��� nti'rust. allow.'"-.
Ptilieiil.uci's ��� - Piiiviiiri.''l,   Jlu.iicipal
nn.! other delu'i.luir-s piin'!i,i.-"d.
���s uf ('I'i'.i it���Avail-
in i:;. n.-nl.'i. United
-itiites,    Kuropo,
m.   Australia, New
Diufi-, hi-.J !.,.���
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Kingdom,     i.'n!
India,   China.   .
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This B.-ink tr.'-.i.ica Sjjnclal Rocol|>t3
whiuli will bo .luiaouiiLccI I'or atnny of
thei I-iuilt.o!i'.-j nay ejo's. Posts In tho
Yukon nul*. noi'thurn dlstelots.
A. P.. B   HEARN.
rilniiii.gu.. Movolstoke fireer, _h
(���-mimili    Ol'"
Xs   itevrl t.iliei
prnyiif   d-llv   ut,
AN  INGRATE SOLDIER.
Hia
tha
Cowartlly Aution, llowovor, "VVoa
Ulakinfi: of a Xolilemnn.   , 0
Hero is n story of tho battlefield. There
wns war botweon tho Swedes nnd tho.
Dunes. Ono dny a groat battlo wns fought"
and tho Swedes woro beaten nnd driven
from tho field. A soldier of tho Danes who
had been slightly wounded wns sitting on
tho ground. Ho was about to take a drink
from a flask. All nt onco-bo hoard somo
ono sny:
"Oh, sir, give mo n. drink, for I am dying!"
it wns n wounded Swede who spoko. IIo
wns lying on tho ground only a littlo way
off. Tho Dano wont to him at onco. IIo
knelt down by tho sido of his fallon foo
nnd pressed tho flask to his lips. "Drink,"
said he, "for thy need is greater than
-mine."- _-_^-_ =_.���-���^���i----.-^���_=
-._.*i;t..._:.'t>-Si. 1', i.,rV
lb>nr-cif j-'tvIc-: l~\viii" h'
"i o'i I iri; l'"iHl,ty<i nr, ~:.lu
uiiilny-. ai el l~i:.Liv.'.l__: Jloly ('i.n.iiiinuon hi .
n.in.. iniTi'int; player ut. li. hui d.iy dr.l'oul
nnd Ull.le Oln i- :it. '7'7.l\ u\"'3i,inK pri.yi r ut 7::s0.
Kir..!, "-Uiiilny in the month Holy Communion
ill ino*.-i.:i-.g tervice..
FliASK A. roini, Viciir. ������
PltlCBHYTi-ttlAS CUIURCII���K.irol-'.i-i-.
Uervice evui-j Siinelny nt 11 n.in. und TSlii
p.in flib'e Clisi nt __::'Ci 11.111., io wliicli
nil nro n-i'lcoinci. I'rnycr i..*eetl:'({ r.c H p.in
every WceliiOoiiny.
I!i:V. T. MKXZIKS. P.-slor.
KOMAN
stoUes.     AI.IR3   lli-tt iiril ll.lril
uatiicHjIc  cnui-Cir ���Ken.
imiluyb iu
monlli nL 10:110 u r".
REV. FATII Ell TIIAYBK.
C;aIjV,VTIOS AH-IV-Jl"i lin?s i.v.ryl_g-l
"-"   in iho'.r lui'l on l.'ronl, "J'.rcit. -
' K��i"
ana
w4
o
'^cific
r
Ci
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Ci
nd
Soo
ay.
Line.
Xioyal Oi-.~inirc  Ijodg-u, Ho
,"',r  st'ipi'!::
Ill Or--'   !-"..;,',".!
Iheir fac'   .
which   they  are
fhon the freckles
f"
record   of
n  hoi   on. ,
h."��ld    lh;it
yfiiii- If'ctlj
had resolved that the occupation must
cease. All causes of controversy had Ontario's low birth rate, about
not thereby besn removed, he said, which so much has been said, has a
but the ^.rate stage had been passed, contrast in the settlement of Ilrcsay-
Seldom has the Mansion house echoed lor. near Battleford. where families
to such  cheers as were raised  when  consist of from 12 to 21 members each|
Crow's .M-.-'t  iMiittTS. j
Mr. McfJillivray snid  ih"iv ���.<���;!.-  nor I
rmic-li   lo   tell.     'I li"   worl;     Had      ll'i-.i I
linislied as lu:  as ib" (������'inlr.'icrijr'.5; wm-" ,
���"cme-i-rneel.  ntul   "I   consuler, *   lio  sawi
������lli.'it   th':  oonlraclor..   will   le"i   :-:itn- ;
fi"d   with   th"   tientmeiil   w.-  nave  re-,
ei'lved.     We  gol     oil     v.""ll     Willi     tn*.''
oiliciixls anel   v,v round  Air.   nancy  not '
oi-ly   lair  and   b'i:;mess-ii:c".   Inn.  wm-
j  Ing  to go e'.'n  j'.irilier than   he   v,-,n
j bound to go ni ease.-. iv)i"re lie tlifnigli".
: contractors ou.^lit to be heipael  otic,  l
;.noticed an. itc.-n1 tn ye:storelay's  Herald
| which gavo  the impression  tliat only'
j a few ol! the contractor",    made    anything'out    ol*    their   contracts.      "t tic
j fae-tr; wore the other way.      l    believe
! all   the  contractors  employed   on   tne
i roan na'ii general niln    maeie    money
i and had no kick coming either against ���
I tho    C.    1'.    it.    or   tli'.    construction !     Oh
' ollicials.'' ���        ��� know
:-erye>n<'
ienfj*,v_i '
yorifi   �����
ii. tl," -i-irn in this rotiO-
��� -;! ("H'\;i.nr") lilxon, ar.d
'i has me' him icnr^v/s
n.r.l.' chnracl'.<r hei is. His
.���glnri'"^ and j.illbreak. Is
Dixon'?, reputation is so
mi f-annol rrni k it wilh
'lh'".' are fact., and Cecil
himself snbsci ib"s  lo thoin.
-i    *    *
T,' lhey want to tarnish bii already
weal,"i"rb"ntrn clmrncter he r.uggestR
someone RCTting up the report of bis
holding up some, train or cracking
sonic sari!. Hut t.ho gossip mongers
might piea-c' bays somo regard for
innocent
���Whore
a "home.
!OplO.
m     a:      m
ijisip" botches, the
devil has
yci   r-alg.iry   scandal     mongers,
ye not that wo have come to
Hardly had ho spoken these words when
tho Swede raised himself on his elbow.
IIo pulled a pistol from his pocket and
shot at tlio man who would hnvo befriended him. Tho bullot grazed tho Dana's
shoulder, bul did not do bim much hnrin.
"All, J'ou rascal!" ho cried. "I was going to befriend you, and you lojiay mo by
trying to kill mo. Now I will punish you.
I would hnvo given you nil tho water, but
now you shall havo only half." And wilh
that ho drank tho hnlf of ifc and then gavo
tho rest to tho Swede.
AVhcn tho king of tho Danes heard about
this, ho sent for tlio soldier and-lind him
tell the story just ns it wns.
"Why did you sparotlio lifoof tho Swede
nfter ho had tried to kill you?" asked tlio
king.
'���llccnusc, sir," snid tho soldior, "Icould
never kill n wounded onoiny."
'���Then you deserve to bo n nobleman,"
said tho king. And lio rewarded hiin by
making him a knight, and giving him n
noblo tlilu.���"Famous Stories Retold, "
Tli�� Wn.to of War.
A shell thrown from n 21 ton quick firing gun rushes through tho nir nt tlio veil, dty of -1,000 feet jier second, striking its
object with n forco cqunl to thnt of ll.SI'O
toim falling one foot. And yet, coinjitirn-
tively FjiiMklng, tliey aro very harmless.
Tliu., during tlio ono dny bombardment
of Alexandria by the Uritish fleet of 12
-hips, l.-i'-ilng from 7 n. in. to -1:30 p. m.,
no less than ;i,ir,r, shells were thrown into
the town, yot not more thnn 800 Kgyjilinns
were killed���-that Is, it took, roughly
hi"'."ikIng, .-ix shells to kill one mnn.
Again, during the J-'riiiico-Gcrmnn wnr,
the cj-TiimiiH threw JIU.OOO shells into I~el-
forr, killing only HO frenchmen, or 600
shell. to kill ono Frenchman. At Stras-
burg, in t.ho s.uno wnr, it took 18 shells to
kill every iimn. And at the siege) of I'nrls
110,000 shells killed only 107 uud wounded
'M.i.
TVrjffhllng a Horde's Stern.
^onio of tho oflicers nnd men of n vessel
one.) anchored in lho harbor of Funchnl,
M.idoi-n, went n.-horc for n horseback rido
nround Iho Island.
Abemt b.-ilf way up tho jnonntain we
cninc across a littlo nilzzentopinnn, flushed
nnd evidently very warm, riding n spirited
littlo horse>, with n ,1,10110 tied up In a silk
handkerchief slung to liis tall.
Tho llrst lieutenant laughed nnd said,
"What nro yciu doing with that handkerchief, Brown?"
"Why, you sec, sir," said Brown, "that
when I first bitched her up sho jutched j
badly, being too much by tho head, eo I j
just rigged this sto::o on afc and brought i
hor down to her hearings, and she sails j
now like a clipper, sir."���"On a Mau-of- I
war,"
1653.
U-cnl ;r mcrlir.ii*.  iir-e l;cl'.   In tiie
eie.-ie Iu'.vh' II..11 on llie t-e nml e.iul
f-.o'iii   V. j dn-ui .' "* of ei'.i'li nun,I.i
^ eii-.   7::"0   p.m.       Yi.d.ii.g   b ell'.leii
���aJMi*   uiieliiillv invllcd.
Pr. T. I  II-., XV. M.:   T .1. Cir.-hninn, Iti c. Kco
VV. G. llli'iii'}-, Un. Sec :   11. i\ VVll-on, Trcaa
Court   Kt.   Begbie,
I.O.F.. No 3461.
Mebls in thn Od.l-
fel'ow.-,' Il;i!l on tlu'.
Snil uud lib Ki-lcliij-ri ol
cuei. monlli. Vi-ulinu;
h.olJiien iiivileil tu
ntteiia.
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J. L. Smilli, H  f_.
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-\\-:vi7iri',vi'El(s-|irii~~r~~~iiy~~~*
l,iln.,i':'.l   llisi'Olllil.'"   given   un
nil ensli urileiK.
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i J0  II STATES WI  A STANDING  ICA  ARMY i-OR AMER-  WANTED  Terrible Storm on New England Coast���������  Fotty People Drowned in Boston  Harbor���������Philippine Trouble  Boston. Novemhcr 30,���������From reports that have .come by wire, mull  anil incsseiiKcr to thc Associated press  from New England "points up to 10  o'clock this forenoon it is dllllcult  oven to estimate the total loss of life  and shipping whicli has taken place  along this coast as the result o������ the  recent storm. The list of the disasters  seems to grow every hour. From dispatches thus far received it appears  that nt least 170 crafts have been  ���������wrecked from Eastport. Maine, to Now  Haven,Conn. Jinny lives have been  lost, fortv being recorded in Boston  hai-bov alone. Thc Portland has been  lost with all hands. She had a large  crew  and many  passengers.  HIGH   COMMISSIONERS  Washington, November 30. ��������� The  joint high commissioners in Tuesday's  session discussed questions relating  to thc great lakes.  SIEGE OF ECUADOR  New- York, November 30.���������The republic of Ecuador is proclaimed in a,  state of siege.  CANADIAN  CLUB  London, November 30.���������It is. proposed to establish a Canadian club iu  London,   Eng.  THE CZAR'S INTENTIONS  The Czar recently assured an in-  crviewet* ot his sincere desire for  peace.  AUSTRIA PROTESTS  ' London, November 30.���������The. Austrian* government   are   entering   a  protest   against   the   expulsion   of   their  countrymen   from   Prussian   territory.  WEST   INDIA   SUGAR  British capitalists will undertake"  tlio revival of the West Indian sugar  industry.  -  THE CZAR AND CRETE  London, November 30.���������The Czar of  Russia assures the Sultan of Turkey  flint Turkish sovereignty will be safeguarded in Crete.  TROUBLE WITH THE ARABS  A   party  of  Arabs  have  attacked  a  'caravan  and  killed  ssvoral  travellers  neai- Chat in  the Sahara.,  PHILIPPINE  TROUBLES  The Philipinos are" establishing republics  and   fighting  is  going Lou   in  . many parts of the  slads.  A STANDTNG ARMY  Washington, November 30.���������lt is expected that the United States congress  will  be ashed  to sanction tlio forroa-  a standing army    of    100,000  THE   CL*.  DE   SHIPPING  ACTIVE  TRADE  ��������� Sweden and  A   Canadian  THE  PEACE    TREATY    TO   BE  SIGNED  Plot Discovered in Sofia-  Norwny Disagree ���������  Arrested in Paris  New York, December 1.���������An attempted train robbery was yestcrilnv  successfully resisted at Soda lln, ilo,  TIIE IMPRISONED FRIARS  Aqiniilelo    demands    $15,000,000    as  ransom    to    release    the    imprisoned  trial's,  IN A STATE OF SIEGE  Pana, Illinois, is in a slate of siege  and is guarded by tho stale troops.  FAILURE OF NEGOTIATIONS  Managua, Nicaragua, November 30.  ���������The scheme to elfeet a coalition  between tlie States of Nicaragua,  Honduras anel Salvator to be conducted under a common administration to  bo known as tho United States of  Central America has completely failed.  Thc federal organizers today formally  declared tho union dissolved. Three  states resuming their respective absolute sovereignity. Tlio prospects arc  peaceful.  Simla, India, December 1.���������It is reported that "Mad Fakir" or "Mad  Mullah" has defeated the forces of the  Nadir of Dlr. a  PLOT IN SOFIA  London,   December    1.���������A    plot    to  assassinate Prince  Ferdinand of Bulgaria has been discovered In Sofia.  CLYDE SHIPPING  Ship  building on  thc Clyde  is very  active and -business    there    is  better  than  at any  time  during  tlie  last 10  years.  GERMANY AND  CONGO  .Troublo is  brewing    between    Germany and the Congo Free Slates over  the boundary question.  SWEDEN AND  NORWAY  The relations botween  Norway  and  Sweden  arc  very, much   strained   anel  the possibilities of war are being discussed.  IMPORTANT MARRIAGE  Arrangements    have    been    entered  into  for Don  Jaime,  the son  of Don  Carlos, to marry a Bavarian princess.  CAN AD f AN  ARRESTED   .  Paris. December 1���������Charles Walker,  :i  Canadian,  has    been    arrosied     lu  Paris for attempted robbery.  PEACE COMMISSION     ,  Of the   thirteen   articles   submitted  to  '  lhe   Paris     peace     commission,  onlv throe have been agreed lo.  of  thc Port  Blasphemer  tion of  soldiers.  Philippine Den*.ands���������Loss  Land ��������� An American  Arrested in Germany  Washington, December -': ��������� The  I'hllipinos demand nothing short of  absolute  independence  LOSS OF THE PORTLAND  Boston,   December  2.~It  is  certain  that at least ISO lives wero have boon  lost in the wreck of the Portland.  Eight  vessels  have  boon  sunk  and  IS stranded near Vineyard Haven.  ACADEMY OF MUSIC BURNT  Now  York,  December 2.���������Thc  Aca-  demv of Music at Rochester, N.Y., was  vcstculay  burnt to  the ground.    Thc  loss js estimated at $100.000.  ORDERED  ABROAD  London,  December  2.���������Two  British  regiments have been ordered to Swat.  TURKEY IN CRETE  London, December 2,���������Turkey    will  be   allowed   to   occupy   the   island  of  Suda, Crete.  BUBONIC PLAGUE     .  Tho Billion ic plague has broken ont  on  the  island  of Madagascar and  at  Suez.  GRANT TO WEST INDIES  The imperial government will grant  .(MO.OOO to the Wcsl Indies.  AUSTRIA  AND  JAPAN  London,   December  2.���������Austria  and  Japan  have  concluded  a    trade    and  navigation treaty.  GERMANY    AND    SPAIN  Germanv  is negotiating with  Spain  for    thu    purchase    of- the    Caroline  islands.  SPAIN'S  RESISTANCE  London.   December   2.���������Spn|in   wJH  resist a settlement of the matters not  included in the peace protocol.  BLASPHEMY  Kiifah, a New Yorker, was yesterday  arrested in Berlin for lesc majeste. He  had the audacity to call the Emperor  William "calf's head." .  PEACE TREATY  Paris. December 2.���������Everything, is  progressing smoothly and it is .fully  expccied that the treaty of peace between the United States and Spain  will be signed during this week.  THE  MAN.  The mnn who speaks  A kindly word to hootlio nn nchlny hour'  Or IlKlit .some tenr dimmed eye,  To bienlc or turn thopolntof sorrow's dart  Aimed nt a wenry wanderer pn_,siiiK by���������  The mini who lends  A  lielpliis blind to raise whom cares bow  down,  Hecclloi-.s of friend or foe,  To boldly aid,  though worldlings scoff or  f i own;  Tlio liniiiltlint strikes nt tyranny a blow���������  The mini who loves  All ii-ilui'u'rii'ift'-, nii|_;htie*dormo..tiiilnnto���������  Tho bird, the brule, tbo flower,  The tempt1..! liln-l, lliu nir that tunes the lute,  The lays thai brighten nnd lho clouds tlmt  owcr���������  llu who thus ���������peti'-S, thus lends a luinil, lima  loves,  Coii-dlni; In the Renins ot tho Gl.er  (" l.'nknownble," mnybe),  Glides to his rest, his lccoid safo forever  In llio great archives of eternity.  ���������Toronto CHobo.  FLOGGING  FOR MURDER.  i  11  II  U  i  __  TO FARM   INSTRUCTOR   UAICER  AT   MACLEOD  Cause of'New Westminster Fire���������Trade  in Ch'na and Japan���������Thc Doukhobors-Ponton Trial  IIII  A WOMAN   MURDERED "IN MnW  WESTMINSTER  _-.eu-  Ir.fi-.: i*.i   Immigrants ��������� Railway 'I  sion���������Disaster   on    Lake   Koolcnry  Murder in Quebec  Winnipeg, December 1.���������The Norlh  Pacific & I.I. railway have decided to  extend their system early in thc coming year.  INFLUX OF IMMIGRANTS  During thc 10 monts ending October  31st 2C.015 immigrants arrived in Winnipeg.  REPORTS Ol'  GRANT   C-    $10,000   TO  EDMONTON   ROUTE  THE  WRECKS  1 ononto, November 30���������Thc defence.  in the Ponton caso is still proceeding.  - SALVATION ARMY  ^\~innipes.--Xoveinher--30._-_-he__S_l_-U^^  vation Army will    build    new  Quarters in Winnipeg.  JUDGE DUGAS  Judge Dugas. of Yukon, it is staled,  mav have to retire on account of 111  health.  A BURNING  MOUNTAIN  A   moutain  near  the  Atlin  lake  is  reported   to   be   in   a  state   of  eruption.  STEAMER    WRECKED  The    steamer   'Deiroit     has     been:  wrecked  near  Skaguay.    The  passengers and crew were saved.  TIIE DOUKHOBORS  The first detachment of Doukhobors",  will   sail  from  Batouni1 for  Manitoba-  on December 16th.  TRADE WITH CHINA  Montreal, November 30.���������De Brown,  the Canadian Pacific Railway agent in.  China and Japan, reports the wonderful expansion of trade in theso countries.  FATAL ACCIDENT  Macleod, November 30.���������A ' terrible"  accident occurred yesterday at the  Blood reserve near Macleod. Farm.  Instructor Mortimer Baker was killed  ,by the caving in of a cellar. His wife  and an Indian unearthed him, but too  late." Deceased was very highly respected and had beeu 12 years in the-  civil service. He leaves a wife and.  five children.  NEW WESTMINSTER FIRE  Vancouver, November 30. The commission of enquiry into the cause oC  the late terrible fire in New Westminster is about finished, and the evidence shows that the fire was caused,  by spontaneous combustion amongst a.  pile of hay.  ���������Numbered among the sufferers hy  the war and entitled to pensions as  such, will be the American widows of  patriot husbands who drank themselves to death helping to pay off the  war debt by swelling the revenues  from the  lax on  beer.���������Telegram.  lluj.li .John .Macdoiialil was nan-  fmctlcd at Gicnlioro la<"t wcclf. Uurtu.-  liis spece-h lie said: No man can say  that the Conservative party obtained  his vote and lhen nei-lceteii, or re-  lused to carry out.  li.-id lieen mailo lo  tion of that vole,  position the great,  tivc  pni'y  eif  be-id- l altics  are  being received  irom-iuany  t and   widely separated  points.  I LAKE MANITOBA  \ The contract for widening the out-  I let of Lake Manitoba has been award-  s ed to L. Lemoine, of Montreal.  ii DISASTER ON LAKE KOOTENAY  jj Victoria. December 1.���������Tho steam-  ictivo 3 cr Ainsworth has foundered on Lake  ' Kootenay. Nino men have been  drowned including John Gum, a for-  ������ met- resident of Winnipeg end Cal-  ! liary.  S     (Johnny Guru,   whose  death   is  re-  \ ported   in   this   telegram,     was    well  known in Calgary,  having lived  here  i some years ago.    He was steward of  I the Royal hotel for some time.)  GOLD DISCOVERY   t  Quebec, December 1.���������Gold has been  discovered near Quyon, Quebec .  MURDER  James MePhail  has  been murdered  near St.  Ri igade, Quebec.  WRECKED  The steamship ficctti.ih King is reported to be wrecked near Cape Race,  Newfoundland.  LAST   VESSELS   OUT  Quebec.    December     1.���������The     last  steamships  for    the    season    passed  Father Point outward bound on Wednesday.  EAST SIMCOE ELECTION  Toronto, December 1.���������The Conservatives  have  decided   not  to  contest  the election in East Simcoe.  GRAIN EXPORT INCREASED  Montreal.     December    1.���������Montreal  grain exports have  increased    nearly  20,000,000 bushels this season.  WRECK OF THE PORTLAND  New   York.   December      1.���������Dead-  bodies and wreckage are being washed up on the shores at Cape Cod from  the ill fated steamer Portland.  The Fonton Trial -Opening _of Quebec's  Legislature���������Ths Dominion JReveuue  The Doukhobors Ccminp:.  Toronto, December '1��������� Judgment lithe East Elgin election    case   is   reserved. '  TUBERCULOSIS  The Ontario Board of Health has  made it obligatory on all doctors to  report cases of, tuberculosis coming  under their notice.  PONTON'S TRIAL  Napanee, December 2.���������Ponton and  Mackie gave evidence yesterday and  of course denied all knowledge of the  bank robbery. The evidence is now  all entered and the verdicl may be  reached tonight.  _______  SUICIDE - =__  Clifford  of  the' Interior.    He  for the west on Satur-  Victoria, December 2.���������John Partridge, of Victoria, committed suicide  last night-        a  BIRTHS AND DEATHS  Winnipeg, December 2.���������The returns  'of deaths in Winnipeg during Novcm-  ��������� ber* numbered 70 and the births Sb.  PUBLIC RECEPTION  The Brandon Liberals will tender a  public reception to the Hon  Sifton,  Minister  lpaves Ottawa  ''l>'        PLEA OF INSANITY  Aii application for commutation of  the death sentence on Brown, the  negro murderer, is being made on tlie  ground that he is insane.  CHARGE OF ARSON  Carben-v. December 2.���������W. .1. Tilley  was yesterday committed lor trial on  a charge of arson.  OPENING OF THE LEGISLATURE  legislature lias heen called to meet on  January 12th.  Frank McCall  was  arrested  yester-  i.lav accused of mutderlng his    father  at'ste. Brigade. Quebec.  DOMINION  -REVENUE  Ottawa, December 2.���������The Dominion  revenue     has     increased      "~2,0Sy,l'-4  during the  past five months.  HYDRAULIC  MINING  The regulations governing hydraulic  mining in  the Yukon has  been published at Ottawa.  THE DOUKHUaUKS  Winnipeg, December '_.���������A committee of" Winnipeg citizens Have  been appointed to manage affairs m  connection with the expected arrival  of the Doukhobors.  GRANT TO  YUKON "ROAD  Ottawa,   December  2.���������An  order  in  council  was passeel  yesterday    lor    a  grant of 510,00'J towards the Edmonton Yukon route. 0  FunUh-'iont by tlio Knout ns lt Is Administered at Sakhalin.  Flogging by tho knout has been prohibited in Siberia. It is allowed only on this  island ot Sakhalin, and for murder. No  Russian civilian is allowed to witness an  execution of thnt sort; certainly no traveler. Although the governor and I worn  so intimate, I noticed for tho first timo ono  day a littlo constraint in him. I met tlio  doctor and said, "You do not look very  well." "Well," ho said. "I am very unhappy. Thero is a caso which has como  into court for flogging for murder, and I  don't liko it."  It was not a thing that I would liko to  see, hut I thought that soinobody who was  competent should know what this flogging  by the lenout was, and however painful it  might be to myself, I had better seo it for  tho purposo of truth. I saw very well thr.t  the governor was keeping something from  mo. Hero conies tlio advnntngo of being  a doctor. Tho prison doctor wont to tho  governor and said that the prisoner's caso  was so critical that ho could not take tho  responsibility of deciding whether ho was  lilted for tho punishment; nt the examination which must tako plnco four hours boforo, nnd ho asiccd that I might come in  consultation with lilm. Tlio governor  could not refute, and I did it. I afterward went and saw tlio Hogging. It took  placo in tho great, yard of tho prison in thu  presence of the governor, tho surgeon and  myself. The criminal was stretched out  ou :v tablo in tho middlo of "the yard, nnd  behind lilm stood tho executioner.* To tho  right of tho table and at a good distanco  was tho man who kept tho tally, and  counted aloud each blow as it fell���������ono,  two, three, and so on to tho end.  1 hnvo never seen anything which was  so painful to witness. The knout hns a  largo, thick handle, the strands of tho whip  are divided into three hy knots, nnd with  a hard end, and llioscourgo dc-cends likon  bird of prey and picks out tho piece' ;  Tlio only pleasant thing about it is. the  end. As soon as it was over and tho man  was uot dead ho was taken to tho hospital,  nnd tho doctor, who wns one of tho best of  men, cared for him jnst as much as if ho  had been a sick woman in New Y'ork.���������  Bulletin of tho American Geographical  'Society.         The Invcutor of tbo Bowl������ Knife.  As n hunter .Tames Bowio did moro"thnn  credit to liis blood and training. Offhand  with a ri Ho lio could bring down a wild  gooso flying high overhead and put his  bullet, in the neck five times*out of seven.  But iniii-ksiiiiinsliip bordering on tho mar-'  vclons was ii common attribute thereabout.  What gnvo tho young sawyer distinction  wns another story.  Several sorts of another story, in fact.  ITe could not merely shoot deer running,  bu t lasso theni i n fai r clinic over tho prairie,  give them a full, nnd, if it pleased him so  lodo, fetch iheni in ullvo and unharmed.  Uo could likewise Iiisho a horso from tho  wild herds, mount him without anybody's"  help and stay upon his back, no mill tor  what was done, until ,tlio terrified boast  had run himself tame. By way of variety,  sometimes tho lasso wa. cast over a big  bull alligator waddling from swamp to  ~swalfi'pr~~~When"~-i~~"hail-been ilrawn-lutifp  holding tail nnd jaws in" leash, young  Bowio mounted tho scaly back and rode  (horo, laughing and shouting, whilo tho  astounded saurian went bellowing with  rago toward his swampy haunts.���������Martha  McCulloch Williams in Harper's Maga-  zino.  T_HE JAIJiLNfi EXCHAME  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE  Best $1.00 a day house in town.  Tbo bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  o). V, PEEKS, Manager.  fiUS LUJ.D Proprietor  F. JWeCJ-RTY  .Wholesale and .Retail Dealer in   PRIME BEEF, PORK,  JAIDTTOH JIjND SAUSAGE.  Fish   and   Game   in    Season.       Markets   at   Revelstoke,  Kcvclstokc Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake City, and Ferguson.  Columbia House  day  j PACIFIC CABLE SCHEME  ���������     Ottawa,   December   1.���������Lord  Strath-!  ...   [ cona and Hon. Wilfrid Laurier are in '  "Washington   conferring  on   the:    fast!     The  Fort    Steele Prospector   is    a  1 Atlantic set vice and the Pacific cable   \e;y impartial paper,    (jut ol TA items  1 scheme. iiu Us local column VI are paid para-  ! MURDER  IN NEW  WESTMINSTER J-rraphs. such as "For a gooel sliave go  j     New  Westminster.    December    1.���������  ������ Jennie   Anderson,   a    lady    of    casy  "uew  canenes  nioiah", was murdered in New West-i  the pronl'lses ~ nui- I n������i!iE.tt������i- last nii'ht by a Frenchman  Him in e-onsiili'iii- i ]l;l[i:eil Punald Perier. Tlie rrinie was  Tills is llie proud j rem milled iu a Sporting Houso. The  Liberal l-V-m-ei-va- ; ,!.oci"ai,ed has been known as an aban-  lounii-y   bold.,   to- ! doneel character for some time.    Por-  tiay  and no opponent oL the party can I ior.  who it. only 20. oars of age.  lias  buccc'sstully dispute these lacls. ������ been arrested.  tliis  io      Adam ^.  Spraguc i>"  Thos Osborne, a contractor anel rink  manager of Winnipeg, died on Wed- j  nesday mormr.c.within 21 hours after;  the death of his wife. Mrs. Osborne'  had beer, ill five months and her hus- j  .band was unremitting in his care of!  her. Tlie cause of his death was ex- I  hautiion and pneumonia. '  Easter Bnll-Sbln In Seville.  Mr. Stephen Bonsai writes ln Tho Century ot '-Holy Wook In Scvillo." Mr.  Bonsai says:  Wo nro returning from tlie social function of tho wcelc, for, alas, ovon gay nnd  lazy Scvillo linn its social functions which  niuJt bo borno with. It is tho tnblado, or  Inspection ot thc hlnck bulls which, with  great pomp and ceremony and nt tlio cost  of a king's ramoni, nro to bo killed tomorrow by thc most, celebrated malndores  in lho kingdom. While thero-is a great  lack of money in Scvillo to buy bread  there is always enough money forthcoming, oven froin tlio pauper's treasury, to  pay tho way into the bull ring, and ovcry  one in Seville who is a good Christian will  attend tho Easter bullfight, oven if, ns  not seldom happens, ho has to pawn bin  household gods and sacred images to do so.  Tho Fuuds.  Sir William Harcourt enlivened lhe donate on tho finance bill one night by quoting tho saying of Sydney Smith that tbo  greatest fools in tho world aro tho threo  per cents, and why they riso and why thoy  fall, for reasons which no scnsiblo man  can understand is ono of tho marvels of  modern civilization.  Pitt's great opponent, Fox, is credited  with a similar remark. Ho'never quito  understood, lio said on one occasion, what  the funds wero. All ho knew about them  was that thoy wero something whicli went  up and down in tho city, nnel ho was always glad when lhey went down, bccau=o  it annoyed Jlr. Pitt go much.���������Westminster Gazette^   Aa Embarrassins Demand.  Wo seo Ihero is a song by Balfe called  "Tho First Kiss." Is tliero not somo degree of danger in such a title? For iu  stance, what woulil a shopman think and  how- would ho behave if a pretty young  lady went up to him and smilingly said:  "If you please, sir, 1 want you to givo  nie "Xlio First Kiss:-' "���������London Tit-Bits.  S"SSS^  it  -=������_**??&  Neatly  Printed  Iter ileads  Note H_~ids  1BULI cads  Statements  Envelopes ',_  Business   Cards  _Vi-_itii.R Cards  Programmes  Menu Cards  Wedding Cards  Me~moii"il Cards  InvitationCards  Receipts  Drafts   .  Cheques  Stoeli  Certificates  m  Show Cards  Books or  Pamphlets  Folders  Debentures  Binding of  any kind  The   largest hotel   in   town.        Centrally    located  Choice   Wines,   Liquors"  and  Cigars  Beat    accommodation. Piates    ������1     per  Brown & Pool, Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  Table    furnished   with  llie choicest the market  affords.      Best   Wine.'  Liquors     aud      Oigars  $1.00 a "day.     -Monthly race.    *  J. ALBEM? STONE, Proprietor.  Largeclight bed room?.     Rate"!  THE PIONEER LIVERY,  Feed and Sale Stable of the Lardeau and Trout Lake District  Saddle    and     Pack ���������  ���������   always for hire."  Horses  Freighting  specialty.  and  -Teaming   a  Daily .Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning ~at~7 o'clock  for Trout Lake Uily.    For particulars write,  CRAIG to HILLMAN, Thomson's Landing.'  To secure one of those desirable lots  CHEAP ou the C. & K. Steam Navigation Company's site.  Dont;    wait    till    the   boom  our way, but BUY NOW.  comes  ICE  HAIG & CRAGE  Sole Agents.  For All   Kinds of   Commercial  PRINTING-  _!*,% -  >*  "������i_"J-*~_i-  Give Us A Call. Our Prices Are Right.  FER'GUSON  The Centre   of the   Lardeau   Mines  oR  JOB  you  can  ANYTHING in tho line of  P1UN1ING. If you do  be furnished with the  same by THE HERALD. We  carry a greater assortment of  paper, Envelopes, Curds, Etc.,than  any other establishment in  North Kootenay, and- can give  satisfaction iu..  Bo Suro anil register iit the  BeflLMORJ-L .HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON*.  Thc table is provided willi tiie best  the market aiioids.     Rates from 8*2  to $3 per clay.  What Do You  ������  Want in Shoes ���������  If yon watt a good Miners' Shoo come  D. .Knkins.  I( you wunt a goad Prospectors'Shoe come  to I) Jenkln_.  Shoes and HamcBS repaired on tho .horteet  notice. All line, of work kept in stock  at pricee to suit a'l.  D.-JENKINS  Bank of e~anarl������.  Ilerclatoke Station,  n8?  c.  I.ion tamers ns a rule prefer lions to  lionesses and dislike n t roup of both seM_  mi_scd. In such cast's the danger of entering tho den is quailrupli e1., ami ir.i-i'hii-f is  pretty suro to result moiier or later.  Tho various countries ot the world now  uso 13,400 different kinds ot poslugo  stamps.  Promptness  and Price.  Prices and samples   furnished on  application.      Address  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������   Proprietors.  John  E. Wood  Jlre'Qitecfc  and Builder  Ectimatca, pl-ir.s ar.d cpccillcations fun-ished  on application. Shop and rereir-' work  promptly attended to. Weed cirvi's a  specially.      Work    f hop   on   Front Street.  Tfoe Revelstoke  Photo Company  Revelstoke. B. C  STUDIO: IX)UOLA8STRICT  Tlie.  Herald  Re, B. (.  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Ho tail  Druggist, Gaigary  .-__���������-'-__���������-'       ���������' ***���������*      **  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  i i -~ tn  T!?e Vernon Soda  Water Works . ,  M. J. O'BRIEN, '  PROPRIETOR  M-snf ictu er nf Soda Water, 31nger  -\'e. Jjursaprllla a_d all Soft Drinks.  A fnll FUDplr kept in ���������tock at Mc-  Carty-R Cotel Storage, where orders  chntclcft. ai0-sw-tf  REVELSTOKE  IIP WORKS..  BIael������Smit__i__e������ Jobbince  Pln-mbinff.   Pipe Fittinfir  Tin__ui-._J.iz__;  Sheet Iron Work  Islacliinery Repaired  Mining Work a Specialty     ���������_������  TIOBT. GORDON  Revelstoke Station.  _________ b____h  UHB  TO STOP  THAT COUCH  Get a Bottle ol  COMPOUND SYRUP  OF WHITE PINE  AND TAR  A a .-.ctl'.enl rcmeJv lor Coughs, Colds and all  Bronchial Troubles  ONLY 25 CENTS A BOTTLE  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  I*mi. "Ft. McDonald.  Manager.  Revelsloke Station,  B.C.  LOCAL  AND _CEHERAL   NEWS  ~ 9:30 at the Vic. for a sandwich.  J. S. Wnlcntt, of lhe St. Leon Hot  Hpriog., 'h in town lo-elay.  Rev. J. Irvine.rcctorof .St. Michael's,  Vancouver, spent Sunday iu|town.  Nurse Tviic.as hns left town to spend  Christinas with relatives in Calgary.  ���������See. the elegant variety of dolls at  the Canada Drug and " Book Co.,  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  Cieo Bell to Co. have just received a  consignment of Japanese oranges,  lemon and fresh Christmas fruits.  C. E. Shaw left on Sunday for  Viit-non to attend the funeral of his  lirother-in-law, Capt. Linquist, at  Vernon.  The. Rkiia LJ) reaches every home in  Kevelstoke. and in consequence the  advertiser in our columns talks direct  with Lhe buying public.  A meeting of all parties interested in  lhe formation of a hocke.v club are. requested to meet at thc Union Hotel  this evening at 8 o'clock.  ���������Some beautiful designs in Japanese dishes and vases just arrived at  the Canadian Drug iind Book Co.  Revelstoke Station, B.C.  J. D. Boyd will leave with the mail  for the Bier Bend on or about the loth,  after which date there will not be any  mail to the north until Feb. 15th.  ���������A choice selection of the best  poets in "assorted bindings.- Most  suitable for Christmas gifts, at the  Canada Drug and Book Co., Revel-  htoke Station, B. C.  J, Ij. Cui-veon formerly brakesman  in the yard here, is now or. the Sicamous riranch, and with Mrs Curveon  will take np his residence at Okanngon  1,-inding for the. present.  Mr. Mulock says there is nobody in  Canada competent to engrave, the new  line-mere stamps. So he has imported  New Yorkers to do the work. Tliis is  a neai comment upon Canadian industry and knowledge.  A challenge has been sent to the  Golden Hockey Tenm to play a local  team in t.he rink here on Christmas  D3". Ii is understood that the Golelen  boys have lifted thu gauntlet and will  be hereon Christinas Day.  Mr. T. Tj. fclaig anel Dr. McKechnie  nr. representing the Revelstoke Board  of Trade on lhe O.I'.R. excursion to  tlie unfiling of thi'. Crmv's Nest Pass  at Fernie. They left yesterday  morning.  The great six-iiay-go-as-you-plenso  _hiiyi-!e race stinted at. Madison" .Square  Carelcn. New Vork, on Monday ev-  ening last, at-0o'clock. Thirty-one of  the fastest, riders in tho world are  taking part in the race.  Mackie was .sentenced nn Saturday  to ten yi'.-ii-s foi- his share in the  Napanee bank robbery. Ponton will  come up again for a new trial. In  Ponton's et'.-'e the jury stood 10 for  acqnita! anil two for conviction  Jack Atkinson   and   Harry   Craven  are busily engaged preparing  ground  for~goiei~vvTi������h"ini:~iil"Nine~iniie"on   h:u~~-  cieau   creek.     They' are    blasting    a  Mrs. T. VV. Braelsh.iw   arrived from  j the East lasl night.  D. Dewar, who was recently a resident of Slocan City is in thu hospital  suffering from frozen feet and   hands.  ���������The window decorations at M. K.  Lawson \s are exceptionally pretty and  would do credit lo a. phice of much  larger size.  The Trout Lake Topic says: " The  Mail has now consecrated itself the  heeler's praycrbook. That is hard on  the prayer hook.  ID. J. Beaton, formerly editor under  Mr. 1-iiixton, on tho Winnipeg Free  Press, is now editor-in-chief of the  Nelson Daily Milieu'.  A letter from "A Disgusted Fire>-  iiiim" nf No. 'Jl brigade, was received  too late for publication today, but will  appear in Saturday's issue.  C. B. Uuine to Co. are shewing .in  excellent display of Christmas gooels  of all kinds in their windows, including fresh groceries and fruits.  Dr. Mackenzie. 8 English cough balsam is worth a trip to California. Geo  Curtis, " the druggist.." successor to  "   ***  A. W. Co..  llovelstoke Sta-  chiinnel through a reef of rock in order  to lower the water and get at tin: lied  of the stream. Thev have done no  elnicingas yet.���������Topic.  The most cheerful news that we have  h.-.d for several years past is the fact  that copper has reached : the 13-ceiit  ..point. Not since 1S01 has the price  been nt its present high level, and  never in the history of copper uiining  has the production nnd the consumption reached the enormous proportions  now showiDg. ��������� Western Mining  "World.  A mining sage predicts a boom in  "PO. Every year Hiiiling with a nine,  be says, foi-'the last fifty years, has  seen \% big mining excitement. The  flrbt was. iu '.9 in California; 30 on the  Fraser rivi-r. B.C.; '00 the Com. tock.  Nevada: '79 Le.ielville, Colorado; "ftO  Ha.qu_ih.-lii and Chichiialiua. Old  Mexico, Hnd the next will he in 'IW in  BrilNh Colombia. Idaho and Washington.  Mr. J. D. Graham has accepted the  position of gold commissioner at Atlin  Lake. The Heuai.I) congratulates  hiin on the appointment, which is a  very popular one in town anil wishes  him every success in his new sphere  of official work. Mr. Graham made  an eieellenl gold commissioner in this  district and will 110 douht find full  -Xfrcise of his capacities in the moro  difficult sphere of labor at Atlin Lake.  Kailroad news is very flattering to  the future of this country, and it is  now beyond the shadow of 11 ilotiht.  that Jim Hill will extent a branch of  his Lardo-Duncan By. to the foot of  Tiout Lake next summer, in which  case, tli" C. P. It. are pretty curtain to  construct iheir line from Arrowhead,  piercing the very heart of the Trout  __.-ike e'-r.untrv and passing on to the  head of Kootenav lake.���������Trout Lake  Topic.  Provincial icmner? have, recently  ret-._~v.ed froin the attorney-general,  Hon." Joseph M-irt.in. a circular which  they resent as offensive and in violation to the provincial statute governing  the duties of coroners. This circular  i-eqnires the coroner to make a ''statutory declaration that "from information received by me as corner I am of  the. npiui'iii that there is reason for  li.Iievir.j.' that the,deceased did not  nunc te. his-death from natural causes,  ���������or fi'iin in. vo accident or mischance,  1ml i-airie to his death from violence or  -���������unfair means or culpable or negligent  ������onduct of oth'fi*. and under these  ci.itiinistances requiring an investigation by a coroner's inquest."  the McD  tion, B.C.  Tlie merchants nf Revelstoke. are  busy arranging their display of Christinas goods for Christmas buyers, and  the different stores are making big  preparations for the holiday trade.  Night Watchman Kennedy shot  Tim Sullivan on Tuesday night of last  week at Cascade City while Sullivan  was trying to affect the escape from  the lockup of a pal.   Sullivan will die.  D. Ii. Watson, of Peachhind, and  one of the members of the Commonwealth Milling and Development Co..  is in town. He leaves tomorrow for a  visit of insection to the  Ethel.���������Topic.  ���������Dr. Mackenzie's English cough  balsam cures coughs every time. Geo.  F. Curtis, ''the druggist." successor to  the McD. A. XV. Co., Revelstoke Station, B.C.  A wagon load of eggs is upset on  t.he road between here and Bossburg.  If tbey are. anything like the ones wc  had for breakfast the other morning  they would be able' to walk the remainder of the distance.���������Cascade City  Maplo Leaf.  The Sunday School of the Methodist  church have already begun practice  for their annual Christinvs entertainment which is to he held this year on  Monday evening, the 20th. A novel  feature"will he the arrival of Santa  Clans "down the chimney."  An old theme that, is always new  ���������"Love, Courtship and Marriage."  The above, is the subject of an address  to be delivered by Rev. S. .T. Thompson in Ihe Methodist church on Monday night, Dec. 12th. Collection, will  betaken.  Geo. Hillinore, section foreman at  Wigwam, was brought into the hospital yesterday nt noon' suffering from  injuries met wilh yesterday morning.  As nenr as the Herald e-an get of the  facts are that the injured man in some  way was struck by the soulli train  yesterday morning and received two  severe cuts on lhe face and 11 bad  shaking np. It' is es pee ted that Mr.  Hillinore will be around again in a  few days.  Vuli-tiiloja the title of a publication,  which is 'icing printed at the Hkkald  ollice. and will appear at the begin  ing of next, week aud run for three  issues, ft. is intended as a guide to  Christ mas buyers and a special medium  fur advert...cts at this season. Vule-  tide will find its way into every home  in Revelstoke and is bound to simulate  trade for the business linns, who take  ad vantage of it. to bring their holiday  specialties befoie the  public.  Chief Saunders anel his lieutenant  J. G. Allen, of the. No. 2 brigade have  sent in their resignations in disgust at  the brigade being expected tn shoulder  the whole expenses of providing fire  protection for that end of the town.  "Jfie tlER-A-;n-ha-8~bp"ci~r'potnrihR���������nhir  for some time past tliat the present  system or rather no-system was hound  to collapse. There is only one way to  provide propter fire protection for a  place like this and that is by incorporation.  The Epworth League of thc Methodist Church are looking forward to a  treat next Monday niglit in the lecture  on "l/ove, Courtship, Man .acre," to be  delivereel by the Rev. S. .1. Thompson.  The League has now tibonL 30 young  people of tlie; Congregation enrolled  and a lively interest is taken in nil the  meetings Tne President Mr. Sullivmi  and his associate ollicers are takinz  hold of of the work in an enthusiastic  way which bodes well for the succehs  of the Society iliiring lhe winter.  Mrs. I_-_WM)ti's windows in her store  oppii'ite? tlie Cowan block attract a  good deal of attention from passers by.  The ���������liiiw of attractive and handsome  Christmas 1 _���������"-���������". Itii.������; in the west window of the store i������ very pretty, while  the e-.-Lst window contains an excellent  display of elolU of all sizes unci kinds.  toys, etc. It. would be hnrel to find .1  hcl.l er display in any of the large  cilie������ nf the east. Mrs. Lawson will  hold a grand opening of Christmas  goods on Friday and Sal unlay. Tho  public are invited.  Nn. I Fire Brigade, at their Inst  meeting arranged to hold their annual  ball thi.. month. The coininitl.ee  appointed to make arrangements hns  secured Tapping's New Hall for the  evpning of Friday, 10th inst... by which  time the dancing" floor will be laid and  everything in good shape for the ball.  Having in view the very meritorious  object of t.he event and the fact that  it will he thft first dance held in the  new hall, tli. re is no doubt that it.  will b" largely patronized. All should  help the funds of the Brigade by  assisting at tliis function, nf which  further details will lies announced later.  "The Leading Store."  No bluster, no fuss, Just business, that's all.  DRYGOODS CLOTHING  BOOTS AND SHOES  Carpets  House Furnishings  Hats, Caps, Etc.  Watch for Our  Xmas 'Ad'  In Our Next Issue  JAMES  TAYLOR BLOCK,  I-cKENZlE AVE.  _sa  XI*EAI."B1*I**. I_*_T  Agent for the  Blickensde. fer  Typewriter  Gents' Furnishings  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy  Articles, Patent Medicines, Etc.  POST  OPPICB  8TOKB,   _e.*E3"V*~__3-S1,0"K*E3 _ 33. C  ^~*-V~;iPa���������SJ^?*f!i?^W-".-5!_L"^~*?-" SStStt^s^&S^ga&fRQ&Ci  a_-&j������^-sii_n_!^  ir 'Xmas Pudding ?  IF NOT, XVK SHALL BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOUR  ORDER FOR ANY OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING :  Batger's Machine Cut Mixed Peel  Ramona Seeded Raisins "  Cleaned Currants  Sultana Raisins  & Shelled Almonds  Dixie Molasses, Etc., Etc.  Apples 1    Apples ! !    Apples ! ! !  VA  FRESH FRUITS  JAPANESE ORANGES, $1.00 per box. NAVEL ORANGES  LEMONS,      FRESH FIGS,     DATES,     NUTS  A Salvationist Mayor  London, l")e>. 5.���������The Salvation  Armv is much elated over the election  of a "member of the organization to  the mayoralty of the large and important boro'ugh of 'Jarrnw-on-Tyiie.  it being the first, instance iu which an  active soldier of the army has been  selected for such honors. Robert  Arelibold is the mayor-elect, and  although still 11 young mini, he has  risen from a humble position in life  to occupy a prominent, place in English mercantile circles, being a large  wholesale grocer and shipowner of  his town. For many years he has  been an ardent follower of General  Booth. Hu has not only contributed  liberally to the "cause, but is himself  an active worker and streel. preacher  in the army ranks. His election is  saiel to be very popular with all classes.  ,-. ���������Remember the  Xmas opening  at  M. K. Lawmiii's Friday and Saturday.  ���������Those looking lor 'Xmas piesents  should go tn M. K. I-aw-son's before  buying elsewhere-.  Shaft Miners Wanted  Tansrier Nine. Limited, AVnert e~anyon. B-C.  require?" i-.nnicdiai._l-.- ci'cni irr.od Miuu miner.'..  '.Vases "".SO pc: uny;   b_a:l   ".CO ;-:r  week;  re  eight hour shifts.  Is a necessity these days,  better place in town to  get what you   want  than at  the  Revelstoke  No  II. AMA8. Manager  FIRST-CLASS GROCERS AND   FRUITERERS,  REVELSTOKE  ��������� Jobbers and Dealers in Vegetables, Hay and Feed  _??_  M'  ii_  m  'iioe  Opposite   Post  Ollice..  Boots and Shoes  A Difficult  Fire Brigade No. 1  The above organization have induced  Mr. Lindley to give a performance  under their auspices on Friday evening. The company has played uniler  the auspices or tbo following fire, companies: Ro-sln nel Fire Co., Vancouver  Pire Brigades, Nelson anel Kamloops  Fire Brigades, and the public have  liberally responded. The play is the  '- Model Fireman." Special scenery,  "Tlie FiremalrTs Hall." and everything  connected with a lire brigade station.  Thu play is full of life from start to  finish. Tickets can be obtained from  any of tho brigade boys.  Question  Settled  There is no doubt about where1 to  buy suitable Christ inn*- gifts. The  arrival of iny import order of  Xmas Goiid"," hai inadii lho>e who  have seen the stock declare it the  finest of the kind ever shown in  Rpvt'lstoke.  The Mei-iden  Britannia  Silverware   Eutter Dishes.    .Curd Receivers, ���������   Individunl Castors,   Roger Bros.' Silver Fish For'___,   Tea Spoons,  Etc.   Souvenir Solid Silver Spoons,  o   K-Rl Incrlpticn, " Rcv..l������toke, Uf."   Napkin Rings.   Silver Shoe Horns,,   Silver Backed Hair Brushes,   Opera Glasses,  Xmas shonpers call and see this choice  slock of silverware.  Quy  Barber  * *  ujmo,.,, ���������City  Jeweler.  Front Street���������next postoflTire.  Rubbers and German  J. J. BLAND," Front Street  ������"_"* Boots and shoes made to order lis usual  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  Tir.r.(l HEAD..,  line-., ANIMALS Etc.,  Vr~s.rv.__it  and   _Iount.il .  Third St. East of Schcolhouse  2a������^___^j^s_^s__aKas_iKa^i^i_*_i_  .S0ODS F0R THE HQL2IDAY SEASQN  SKATES  ACME, HOCKEY nnil RACERS���������$1 00 to ?4 00.  LAMPS  Banquet mul 1'arlor���������In nil the lntest designs  PLATED GOODS  * In this line wc heive Fecureil tho best assortment ever dlaplnycil in llevelstoke. ROKors 3817 Goods in plain nnel fnney patterns. Ten, Coffee, I)e.������--rt  and Tnbta Spoon.,'. JSerry Spoons. Sugar Shells. Nut Crnrkurn. Soup  Lndl es.    Knives (iml Forks singly or in sets.  Our own ineike of Air Tight Heaters, the most reliable on the market,  can be had now.-    "  All our work guaranteed.  ���������w. im:. XjA-^/^i^DEnsroE, '-  TXJ^'&ilDWj^XZitt,'    TI3STS^__ri _D___:i._-TC3-.  m  m  m  m  -���������_?-_  I-'."."  el  {���������'��������� _  {-"  u.BiBiiiiiiiiRii_iRiiiiiiii������t_itiii3iiiiEa������'_l-|iiiia(iiiiiEir������  1 Hotel Peigusen, j  ������ Ferguson, B-C- .       |  I Besii HGGommoda-felon In tits |  I        Ifaideau Distils.. ���������" /"������������������!  Rates:   $2.������(D Pe_ DagJxi  = D. Ferguson. Proprietor' g  Sn. mi..ill....(Hal... .1.1.1111... ..*..<m.i.....R������iiij..fi  Howson & Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.)  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Furniture  ANTHRACITE COAL.  Advertisement to Creditors  NOTICE IS HEREBY 'eHVEX tliat all per- ,  soiw liavinK claims -senilist the Estate of John  Hi.thcriiiKtnn, late of the Town of llevelstoke.  in the I'rovince of llritisli Columbia, who died  In or about thc month of October last, arc on  or before the_-  .ioth day of December, 1898.  to semi their names and addresies and full  particular of tlieir claims and of the securities '  ill any) which tliey bold to the Solicitor for  l'-rank Hcclclin Wells, the Eti'entor ot the last  will and testament of the said ctcecaseil, and at  the expiration of tbo. said term the said Executor will proceed to distribute then .sets of tho  said estate union tent the parties entitle), thereto, having regard only to the claims of which  the said Executor 1ms then notice, ond tho  said executor will not be liable for the said  assets or any part thereof to anv person of  whose claim lie has not had notlce'at the timo  of distributing the saiel assets.  Dated at Itevelstoke this Sth elay of November  I8.1S.  1~. II. WELLS  Itevelstoke, 1!. C.,  Executor.  -JAMES MUIU'IIY,  Kov. lsto~ee, It. e;���������  Nov."���������lit Solicitor for thoE.criitor.  Delivered  Delivered  from  ear.,  from shed.  . !'-Q.r>0 per ton.  .$10.00 per ton.  Now  is the time  to get in your winter supply before the snow falls,  early.      Cash must accompany the order.  Order  McGARTYt  i~ .\~ -1 ���������������  ���������S*wt'j&."t&;zs&������s:������e������.tt?x.lt'$:9X3i&,  . Louisville  Restaurant .  'lljo-ite Coumicr's.  MeaU  served  nt all hours, elay  en- night.  Anton!  KeEochcl,  Proprietor.  i 5������_. >&.vsr������&i'k'&&j������iM^������!?jzKirs:is&.&.  i*m''Mi~--i !t~t~tti<|-i~:f:()_<Ei--"i'f������-~*-'i: >  it-;- _���������<*!������  i   -_������     fvliss H. Leveque    *   I  z    Dressmaking   in    all   its branches   _  i        .. at moderate prices. \  j    ^fcn's clothcn cleaned, altered, repaired,   j  : Eiior opposite Coursicr's, Front St. ;  S...............:...1..'a.......is...*������:.......t..,.,........ ,..,9.  BRICK !  The F. E. I'lpcr Co. have now on hand  First Class lirick at ritfl.t pric.'.s.  Intending builders  would do well to  call and examine. j[  ISrick yard just north of tho Gun Club  ground*.  "��������� Mall orders promptly attended to.  I'rlecs ���������lln application.  The F. E. Piper Co.,  Kcvclstokc, B. C.  I  FAVETTE BUKER  Fire, Life, Accvient, Loaning and  Investment Agent  $40,000 to Loan  On Re7el_toke Real Estate  Property  JAS. McMAHON,  fiENERAL     RLACKSMITH  Cutters, Sleigh., Buggies nnd Wagons  made or repaired.  General wood work a specialty, j,  RevelS-Oke Sash & Door  ^g Factory f^H--  Manufacturers of and noalcrs In  Sash. Dooiv, Turnings, Plinths, Corner  Blocks   Woiililirigs    of   all   kind..,  " Fancy (.ablcs and Verandah wuric,  Brackets of every description niacin  to order. Store and office Fittings,  Window Frame.., with Sash fitted  a specialty.'  All  the latest machinery.     Dry kiln on tho  i-'all and got ji: '       '   '  going elsewhere.  premlscH.     e_*all and got prices before  *   who  SAWYER & MOTING.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE  no_iEnm.it--, s-I.ihiiunv, aksknic, iMrKiiMi,, and  c .M.CjN'ATIO.. HINKKAI. CI.AIXU AND THK  TMVIV.Y.. KI.VOOOJI ANDJl-lll.-E-HAt-nONAI.  ������1NKKA1.CMI>I_  Situate In lh>; Itevelstoke Mining Division of  IVKit Kootenav District. Where located on the  North Fork of Carnes Creek, llig IlcndJ  TAKE NOTICE THAT 1. Francis J. O'Reilly,  of Hllvcrton, It. ("., an agent for the Carnes  Creek Consolidated Gold Mines, Limited, Froe  Miner's .Certificate No. 91,872. Intend, sixty  days from the date hereof to applv; to the  Minim; Recorder for eertificales of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown  grants of thc abovo claims. <-  And further lake notice that action under  section \Tt, must be commenced before the  Issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Oatod this 15th day of October, 1-98.  Nov. 1--Ut FRANCIS J. O'KEILLY.  Notice  NOTICE is hereby given that application  will be made to the Legislative Assembly of  the I'rovince of llritisli Columbia at Its next  scsHlnn, for an Act to incorporate a companv  with power to construct, equip, maintain and  operate a standard or narrow guage railway  Irom sonic point at or near Revelstoke, thence  In a northerly dircetlon by the most feasible  route through the valleys of thc Columbia,  Canoe, Fraser and Parsnip rivers, to the SOth  parallel of latitude, thence to the northerly  boundary of the province to a point on or near  the Liard Kiver, or westerly by the most feasible route to a point on the northerly boundary at or near Atlin Lake; with powe'rto construct branch lines from any point on the  main line, or any its branches; with power to  build, own, equip, operate and maintain  steaam and other vessels, boats, wharfs, docks  and buildings In conne/itlon therewith; and  to build, equip, operate and maintain telegraph nnd telephone lines in connection with  the said railway and branches; and to mtke  traffic or othor arrangements with railwav,  steam boat or other Companies and for all  other usual and necessary powers, rights or  privileges in that behalf.  Dated this _9th day of November, 1858.  A. St. (1. HAMERSLEY,  Solicitor for Applicants.  Notice  TII E T���������\ NARK CONSOLIDATED MINING AND  SMELTING CO. Limited Liability, a comraiiv  incorporated under the Companlci Act, 18!M,  herein* i:ivcs notice that in accordance, with  lbe provisions of such Act lt Intend" on the  Slsl day r.r Oceciiiber. ISI'S, to remove ils Head  Office '(from Vancouver, In the VrnOnpc of  Uritish Columbia! to Ri'velstoke, In the l~rov-  inee of Uritish Columbia. '    >  .    1 ~ DM A lt A. 11 ENN r.i T,  General "Munaiei* and fi.'i-retarv.  November Huh, 18'JS.       "  .  Notice of Assignment.  ���������Pursuant lo lhe Creditor's Trust Deeds Act  ard amen.Iliig act..  NOTICE Is hereby iiivcii that Frank Vandall of  Reuditoke, in tho province of l!rlti-li Columbia, lio'.cl keener, Imi by deed dated the 1ct.l1  dny of November, lbPS, assigned all Ills personal  estate, ereillfs and effects which mav liesoi/.i'd  tuid sold under execution and all bis real citate  to Oeurge XV. Bench of ItcielhiO-C aforesaid,  tnluliu! broker, in trust for the benelit of his  eredltors.  Tl-.e i.aid deed was executed bv lhe said  Frank Vandall and Cleorge XV. Re.ich 011 the  lillh dav of November, IK1S. All persons having claims against Ihe said l'miik Vandall ares  required on or before the  -   20th day of~December, 1898,  to send lo the Trustee, full particulars of the  same .Inly verlilcd, together  with the particulars of lho sccuritv fif nnr 1 held bv them.  AND NOTICE IS HE'tlilJY GTVfiN that after  the said 2l)th day of December, 1SB8, the Trustee) .  will proceed lo distribute the assets among  I hose creditors whose claims shall have been  lodged with lilm, nnd that lie will not lio  responsible alter said date Tor the assets so  distributed or nny part thereof, to any person  or persons, linn or corporal Inn of' whose debt  or claim he shall not thou have received  notice.  A meet Ins of the. creditors of the said Frank  Vandall will be held at thoolliee of the Trustee  Front St.. liuv. latnkc. II. C��������� on Mondnv the 6th  day of December, 18'JS, at two o'clocli In tho  afternoon.  Dated at Revelsloke, U. C, the 21st day ol  November, A. D. 1S0S.  WHITE, CIWILLIM .t SCOTT,  Solicitors for the above-named Trustea.  Land Notice.  Take notice CO days afterdate hereof I Intend  ) apply lo Tin; Clifof Commissioner of Lands  and Works fnr permission to purchase 180 acred  of laud on St. Leon Creel: In the North West  Kootenay District described as foi In ivs: commencing at thc Initial I'ost situated on tlio  Eastern boilndnr.v of Lot 1131) about-7.SJJ chains  from the North Enst corner thereof, thence 40  chains North, Thence 40 chains East, Thence  40 chains South, Tlionce 40 chains West to tho  point of commencement.  MICHAEL GRADY,  Dated October 8,18!>S.  by his agent  A. 1'. CUMMINS.  Notice of Assignment.  a:  WX3^&*'33&&*T*x5zmzx^m$:#  CITY  BAKERY  CHRISTMAS CAKES MADE TO ORDER  BREAD!   BREAD!   BREAD;!!  McCague Bros. -   - Props.  a___t25S__-?_^3C*%S$a55a'_-.*-5S___-.$  II.  City Parcel  Delivery  -AND-  Hourly  Stage Line  Robert Fleming  Pursuant to the Creditor's Trust Deeds Act,  and amending acts,  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that George  Frederick Fallis uf Revelstoke, in the Province  of British Columbia, grocer and gents' furnisher, has by deed dated tbe 18th day of November, 1898, assigned all his personal estate,  credits and effects, which mav be seized and  sold under execution, and allhisreal estate to  Isaac Turner Brewster of Revelstoke aforesaid,  mine manager, in trust for the benelit of his  creditors.  The said deed was executed bv- the ssld  George Frederick Fallis and Isaac Turner  Brewster on the 18th dav of November, 1898.  j\ll persons having claims against the said  George 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 of tl-.e security, if any) held bv them.  NOTICE IS HEREBY FURTllER GIVEN  that after the said I8th day of December, 1898,  the Trustee will proceed to distribute tho  assets among those creditors whose claims  have been lodged with bim, and that he will  not be responsible afler snid date for the assets  so distributed or any part thereof, to any person or persons, firm or' corporation ol whose  debt or claim he shall not then havo received  notice.  A meeting of the Creditors of the said  George Frederick Fallis will be held at tho  office of White, Gwillim i Scott, Tavlor Block,  Revelstoke, B. C, on Saturday che *?rd day of  December, JS58, at two o'clock in the afternoon.  Dated at Revelstoke, B. c., the 18th day ol  November, A. D. "8B8.  WHITE, GWILLIM .t 9COTT,  Solicitors for the above-named Truiteo.  v~_.-fx  If  *i "At  m  *������;_  li -

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