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 c  *-&���������&-���������?*-fa*���������-L  ;  -ISSTJE3D   TWIOE-A-WEEK - WED1TESDAYS    _A.nST_D    S___._DTJI_.ID-__.*3rS-  Vol.  II.    No.  97.  REVELSTOKE, B. C.. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31,1898.  $2.00 a Year in Advance.  Haig  &  Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  ^^ Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  Taylor UloeV, M.Kcmio Ave., Re .elstoKeSta.  Munev to l.onu.  XV. White. Q.C. '     J.M.Scott, B.A., I.I..B.  K. L. Gwilllm. _^~>  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  Barristers,   Solicitoi s. . Etc.  eollcitor for Imperial Rank of Canada.  Company funds to lonn nt S per cent.'  . j Offices:   Molsons Hank Block.  First Street   Revelstoke Station,   E. C.  DENTISTRY  DR.  EDMONDS,,  - (Successor to Pr Mathisbn.)  Teeth extracted palnl("-s.   Iicntlstrv iu all its  branches.     Clllice  over   lhe  Canada lirug .1.  Book Co.s' store.  ROBERT SAMSON  ��������� ��������� Wood Dealer and Di ayman.'  Praying and dcliverv work nspecia'tv. Teams  always ready on shortest notice. e~oiitracf- for  lobbing taken. fl^-Agent for the Standard  OU Companv.  ��������� BBBMI..BBSBB.B...BBa*.n.CBHB..BI..BBtEJ..B...B.B.ClBE.SB...B  1 Dr. McLean  1 "I  5 -     ���������Has Removed his oflice ami    :  s ���������residence to the cottage .2    |  i ���������Doors Kast froni"the Cowan    H  - - ���������Block, on Third Street. \  :    Night and Day Calls attended to.      f  S TKl.Kl'lIOXE CONNECTION-.    \  ������fm.ta.Ma.������<...aB....B...,..>:_>c.,..B<B..tlSfBBl(i!ia_.,.....*._  ARr  ; NEEB.12EV/GRK  tESSONS..  Commence on Wed. Jan. 4th.  AT MY ST0RE        ,    *  .0PP0SITE C0WAN B130GK  Boys'   Sweaters  In various roi ors, good quality  just in. Call and net one for  your boys; they will appreciate  theni this winter.  Ladies' Scotch  Plaid Gloves  These  New"    Knitted   .Scotch  Plaid Glove..* are thewei'jM.itest  urt,    and  are   now-quite 'the  thing worn  by the Ladies of .  Eastern Cities.--   These Gloves  are pretty, serviceable and up-    '  to-date.     Ladies call,anil see    "  Lliein.  -. .  tf : u  M. K. LAWSON  DJ0B PRINTING OUR SPECIALTY  TRY OUR.  "Vf"  _ . I  ���������i X"  '������ / -.  ' El���������t!Sl  #  Pl&tt?  Uft?.-$J-������r  Tlie fertilizing power of this prepar-  ation is due to it being a well balanced  mixture nf all the Ingredients necessai y  for the nourishment of cultis'iituel  plants.  Ti-v it and prove for yourself what a help il will be  to you.  C. K REID & OO.  A  Happy  And  Prosperous  New  Year  To  You  All  Baker and Confectioner.  Men's, Women's.  and Childrens  Gloves and  Mitts  We have just received a large  .���������is-sni-tnient���������in.fnct- we.bejlievp  we hnve llie^bestlfne in ReVel-  stokc. Prices in accoid wilh  the qunlit}'.  Childrens  and Ladies  Tarn O'Shanters  A Splendid Line, quite; appi o-  priato for this season nf the  yeui'���������at, Mexleratc Prices.  Great  Departmenta  ore  ^-^Fancy^^j:���������  Glas-#ware  Our Stuck of Fancy Glassware  is simply llie easiest place in  town ni select a HANDSOME  'XMAS Gil-"T for your friends  and lhey are not only pretty  liut uselul.  Parlor  Lamps  V/e have a few of these which '  we feel certain will sell "without our telling you all about  theni. Just cull and see them  anil get our prices before purchasing elsewhere. AVe hnvo  also :i good assortment of othei'  Lamps whicli we giKintiilee  In all other lines  Equally good value is to be  found, but in the above we are  making specialties this week.  Our Cranberries  Are Really Nice and will make  Excellent Sauce " for your  Xmas Turkey  SECURE THE MATERIAL  for your 'XMAS CAKE from  us.  C.B. Hume  &Co.  WHOLESALE    AND     RETAIL  (i EX ERA L M EKCHANTS  PROSPEROUS  NEW  VBAR  ''**m^g^m^  GO-OPERATION   WITH   MINING  Few   Broad   Hints   to  Prospectors  Miners   and  AVhere. the system of co-operation  has been adopt ed, anel given a fair  trial, it lias proved a success. It has  even snccceideel under unfavorable  circumstances. Can tliere be any  more favorable conditions-fen- successful co-operation than those which  prevail in tliis country ? Our miners  anil prospectors nre scattered over nn  unlimited aien in small unorganized  hand.". Tlieir work is tedious and  hard, their privations great, ar.d nothing but that infatuation which their  mode of life seems to instill���������the hope  of striking it rich some day--could  induce them to persist.  The miner will work underground  for six months in the year to save up  enough to prospect in the hills during  the sninniet'season. There are some  who nre not fortunate enough tn  secure work during the winter months  and who, to defr.iy their living expenses during tho dull season, are  obliged to part with some of the best  claims they liave located feir a mere  song. So that the man who really  endures all the hardships of discoveiy  is he who fares the worst in ninety  cases out of every hundred.  Is not mining a, branch of business  in which co-operatibn would be advantageous? Instead nf scattering in all  directions, would it not be better for a  few practical' men to get together,  pick out the most promising claim on  their list, and co-operate in working  it. for all it is worth? ' At present they  often sell their claims for a few dollars,  the property passes .into the hands'of  another, who . accordingly turns it  over for four or five times the price  paid, and so on until finally it comes  into the possession of some syndicate  that reaps the profits wliich should go  into the pockets of the original locator  and would be his if he but conducted  his business on the co-operative plan.  Instead of selling undeveloped proper-  lies for "i mere tiitte, he might,, on Lhis  plan, ilevelop them and rake in the  big money. ,Such a system would  also be more beneficial to t.he country  at large and tend to its speedy development.  , '  Cue developed property in a district  does more to establish n lepulalion  than a. score of prospects, however  good they may be., It dues not require iiioi'i; capital than lhe ordinary  riisici- ���������-or��������� prnspei-toi'-gc>i_>i"<-__y-po^.,7:  esses to go into a'schi'ine of this sort.  When men show tlieir faith in a  propel ty by elev citing ail their energies to ilsdevi .opnient they naturally  gain the confidence of capital. Practical men will know a good I hing  when they see it, and if it bo their  own, tliey will work it more energetically and economically than if it  were in the hands of some corporation.  Sutiicienl work can generally bo done  by hand and a cheap plant installed tei  demonstrate thc value of a properly  hi'toie heavy and expensive.machinery  need be introduced,    ���������  Mining is essentially it business  adapted tu the co-operative plan. A  dozen men or so, bound ties of self  interest if nothing el.-e, could accomplish much in th's w.ty. The plan is at  .least.onei___.wnrt hy.__ cili_c*oti.-iiler.it.ii)ii.���������  Cascade CiLy Record.   '  Jackson-Smith  Another of those happy events whicli  have been of fieepiuiit "occurrence of  late occurred on Thursday evening at  the Methodist parsonage, when the  popular Ed. S. Jac-kseui, Lite of II. N.  Coursier to Co. and .Miss Eleanor  Smilli, milliner, were united in the  bonds- of matrimony. Mr. Richard  lleielgins assisted the bridegroom and  Miss Edith Pettipiece supported the  bride. Afler the eeiemciuy the wedding party drove to Lhe "newly furnished home of Mr. Jackson "where  some friends h.ul prepared a tasty  luncheoii, to which about 20 friend'"  sat down. "After luncheon Rev. Mr.  Thompson olfered Iheyoung couple the  hearty cnngratuUitiiuis of the friends  assembled and Mi. Winsor and Mr. C.  McDonald conveyed to Mr. and Mrs.  Jackson the congratulations of the  Bachelors' Club, of wliich Mr. Jackson  had been :i prominent member. With  singing, music: and pleasant conversation a happy hour whs passed when  the company bioke. up. The Herald  joins with many others in Revelstoke  in wishing Mr. and Mrs. Jackson a  happy and prosperous life.  Look for the Moral  Counlry publishers receive subscriptions now and then from city  lirms who have no intei est in the  local news of the paper. This paragraph in the Now York Times may  explain,the reason for these foreign  subscriptions:  "A wholesale grocer in this* cjly,  who lias het-ome rich ;it the business,  sayb that his-iiile is lhat when" he selis  a bill of.goeicls on credit to immediately subscribe for tlie local paper of his  debtor. So long as his customer  advertised libeially he rested, but-as  soon as he began to contract his "advertising space he took the fact as  evidence that there \Vas trouble ahead  and invariably went for the debtor.  Said he: 'Tl-.e man who is too poor to  make his business known is tun poor  to do business. The withdrawal of an  advei tiseuient is evidence nf weakness  that, the business men-are not slow to  act upon.   Tliere is nothing like it.' "  The  Mastiuerade Ball  Don't forget, the Masquerade Ball���������  the event of the season���������in Tapping',  new opera house on Monday night  January 2nd. Seats will be reserved  in the gallery for those wishing Lo  .yievv Lj.e di_Lerent.j_,d������ess:;s. 50. ...bains  the.'"admission' fee charged. Prizes  will be given-feir the best costumes  represented.  SHUSWAP J.AKE REGION  A   Section Where   the   Formation   Resembles That of Rossland  Among the comparatively unknown .  uiining regions of the Province  is  the  country   around   Shuswap  lake,   near ���������  Sicaiiious. on the main line of the C.P.  R.    Although   so near  to  transportation,   both   by   rail   and   water,   yet  through a curious neglect the'devclcip-  ment of that district ha .   been   almost  overlooked,     while     other     parts   of  British Columbia have forged   rapidly  ahead.    The formation of the  country  i.s almost identical   with   that   of, the*  Rossland * camp.       The      ledges  are'  immense  deposits   01   sulphide  ores,  carrying  on   the ' surface"   gold "  and .  copper values, mixed with quartz: One  point, of dissimilarity  is  the  presence,  nf zinc blende, which   is  found in   thu '  Shuswap country.    Surface  values go  11s, hgih as ~>_0. _    '  The same New York people who are '  interested   in   the   Mother  Lode,   in  the   Greenwood' tump,  'are   now   i*e-  poi ted to be examining the Blue  Bird   *  and the   Finance   group,   on   Salmon,  Arm,    about  . five     miles     north   of*  Sicamous, on the east side of the lake.,  George Lynch, of Rossland.   is  cine  of'  the   owners   of" the   Finance''.     Isaac  Harms?   -Atkinson,   C.   to M.   E..   of  Rossland, examined the  group  lately.--  lle says that the country  has  a bril-".  limit   future,"   although    it,--like    the  Rossland     camp,   requires'-'it    liberal  outlay    for    development,���������Kossland *  Miner. -    - "   *   *  THE BESOM AND STAKES  :l  Mr. and Mrs. S. Saunders, who have  been spending their Christmas holidays with relatives and friends in  Calgary, returned home on .Thursday  evening.  There is mure prospective capital  in sight for North Kootenay claims  than ever before. Every week brings  enquiries from till quarters nf the  globe of the mineral and other ic-  sources. . '  The Boundary Creek Times has  issued iisplendid.holiday edition. The  ���������10 pages contain views of tlio city and  surrounding mining camps nntl general information of the district. -  It is  Heard  ..     ROBERTSON.ELECTED  All   But   One   Polling   District  From in Cowichan  Duncan's, December 29.���������Reports  received "up lo date, which include  returns from ail districts except, Cmv-  ichan Lake indicate llie re-election of  \V. It. Robertson, the opposition candidate in tho Cowichan by a. fair-sized  majority. The figures abeaely received  are:  Robertson Sword  litincr.n's   Cobbles Hill "...  Cheinninii.s   Someiins   Cc.H-ich.in Station   Com icliini Lake   81  HI  31  IG  21  ���������Jl  Total heard from  IM  CONSERVATIVE VICTORIES  Allan,   thc     Conservative,   Elected  North  Hastings  North Hastings, Ont., December  27.���������Tn the local bye-election held here  yesteoday, Allan.*.- the Conservative  candidate, was elected by an ovei-  whelming majority.  East Elgin, Ont.. December 28.���������  The election protest in East Elgin has  been dismissed. Mr. Brower. Conservative, retaining liis seat.  Curlers-Meet." in   the   Union   Hotel 'fertile Purpose" of Forming a Club .     " f  A uieeting'w.is - held' in   the Union  hotel cm  Wednesday  evening for the  purpose of  feu'ining a'.cuviing association   111    Revelstoke.    II. 1 A. Brown v.  was voted to the chair  while A.'R. B.-.,  Hearn acted ns secretary.-   The Revel- X  stoke Cm-ling Association was selected--,  sis the'.iame uf th<_ newly formed club. -  and it-will become affiliated   with  the"  Koolenay   Curling,Association.    The" '  ollicers appointed were:    ll.A..Brown,  president;   Geo.,.  S: -McCarter,- vice-,  piesident:   A. R. Bi Hearn. sec.-treos.f_'  council. IC. D_--Johnstin.^ "VV.--M.- Law-  '  rence, J.F.M. Pinkliaiii'.'"A. McDonald.   -  The _?*?'.;ret.-ir-r'wi<'ajjB(fci*w;'td.to "corre^-  Vpbn'd" with;' j_oss!ancl "���������"-?������ "tnalt'ei-s'"  pertaining tO'the-con.ing Iionspiel at  the   mid-winter  carnival   to open on*-  January 2Sth.   ��������� One or"two teams will'-  lie sent from here,   though   much   the*  same as the hockey ists,   they  have nn",  ice upon which to practice here. -Next-"  winter lhe IIekaLd hopes a first class"  combination rink'will be provided'-for*  this town. .    * -���������*-*.  .. <-."-  \U:  aSSo. 1  ��������� J;*M  Talent Society of St,   Peter's   Church  From the Secretary's repoi t we learn  that in October last the sum of $15.75  was distributed as "Talents" to 21  members of the society. On Wednesday afternoon n meeting was held in  the Kindergarten room, at wliich IS  members were present for the purpose of giving in the money earned by  each member and for re election of  officers to serve until Easter. After  the minutes of the previous meeting  had been read and con firmed and the  financial report passed, the president  requested each one to hand in the  result of her work, when it was found  that the sum of $76 had been   realized.  The olliceis were unanimously reelected:  President, Mrs. Coursier, vice-pres.,  Mrs. Flindt; secy-treas., Mrs.  Molson.  After reserving the sum of Sll to  again be distributed as talent money,  the sum of 865 was voted for church  pm poses.  well printed and a credit lb the Boundary creek disliict.  _ Miss F. 0. Steele will shortly open a  select school in Revelstoke for young  girls iind children. Instruction will  be given in English branches, French  and drawing. Private lessons will  also be given in oil ane? water color  p.iiuling, iniisic. etc. Miss Steele is a  graduate of Ilellinilhe Ladies' College.  London, and comes highly recommended.  ������������������ Lowery's Golden Claim," a. monthly mining paper.publislied at Rosslanil.  is to hand. The Golden Claim is an  excellent paper both as to the news of  the mining camp, of which it is full of  good readable aiticl.u, well edited,  and its mechanical appearance is AI.  The Hkrald wi .lies the Golden Claim  tlie success its merits deserve."'  The Board of Trade have received a  couple of telegrams from J. M. Kellie.  .M.L'.P.. in.regaid to incoiporation.  The Hisiiald will withhold any coin-  merits in regard to the same until next  issue, when it is" expected tbe full  meaning of Mr. Kellie's efforts to  enlighten the citizens here on the  matter are better understood.  A few more well managed compan'es  like the Fiench Creek Co., eiperating  placer propositions in the' Big Bend,  would make, this section, eif the country hum. We have tlie mineral and  will scion have access and transportation to all portions ol the district.  Now, all ive want is well managed  companies to operate and develop  liunelieds of splendid claims now  lying dormant.  If a couple of hundred good, smart  girls from the overcrowded eastern  cities would migrate to the Kootenays  they would find no difficulty in securing employment ac .1 respectable  remuneration, in the homes of our  citizens or in hotels. The present  outlook in Revelstoke seems to indicate that we could do with about a  dozen' new ones a month, as they  marry oil at about th.it rate.  "Until the Lai dean claim holdcrs  fome olf their high horse and be content with .something less than a small  fortune for a prospect" said a prominent mining man to the Herald  reporter yesterday, "they cannot,  expect capitalists to go in there  they have them frightened away and  senile inducement will now have- to be  offered to get them hack. The railway  will help, but the claim holders must  be able to show capitalists what they  have for sale. The days of big pt-ices  for rr.er** prrx-pects" is over."1  NEILL RESIGNS AGAIN .  This Time Because of Paying a Man's-   ,  _     Fine .' - ���������     '   /  Victokia. Dec. 27.���������The Colonist.'*^"  prints a report that Mr. Neil], recently 1  re-elected member for Alberni, has __  lig'aiii-fesign~pdrihis~tifrre"trr~avliid~iiii^~v'  seating for bribery. It is stated that .'  he paid the fine of a man incarcerateel >  for misdemeanor., so that he might be*  able to poll his vote.  The same paper states that Mr. .  Ni elson, tlie member-elect for East- .  Koolenay, is.also reported to..have',,  resigned because of some technicality-.  .- il  Xil  KHNING  LITIGATION  Important "Judgment  in   Re   the   Iron'  Mask "andJCentre Star  The full court at Victoria on Satur-   ~.  day gave judgment  in   the nppcal  in  the Iron Mask and Centre Star case in '    v  which tlie Centre Star company claim*'  that they have 011 their lane! the apex "  of   a   vein   which   dips   towards and '"  under  the   land   of  the   Iron-Mask.  ~v  They are entitled* to follow  this vein "  down to its   termination.     The Iron  Mask company,  on- the   other   hanel,  deny the existence of a vein,  iind  say   _  that if there is cine it has  heen  cutoff  by a flat fault, and terminated. Justice  Walkem delivered  'the   judirinent   of   .  the couit. concluding as follows: "The  parties here   have   equal   rights,   de- "  ponding, however, on  different  titles. '"  The Centie Star have ������ right to follow   .  a vein into the adjoining claim.   The *  Iron Mask, until that vein  is  proved,  have a light to all ore  within   vertical  lines of tlieir claim.     I think it should.  .  be left to thc judgment at the trial  to *  say whether or not actual work should   ,  beclone for the purpose of elucidating   \  any paiticular  point   with   regard  to '",  the  issues   raised.    The   chief  justice s  authorizes  mc   to   stale   that   in   his ^  opini on the Centre Star appeal  ought   '  to   lie*    dismissed. . The   appeal   will  therefore be dismissed with costs."  Mr. Justice Martin  deliveie-d  a  dis-    .  senlincr judgment,   holding   that  Ihe  Cenlie Star company  should have the  inspection asked for.  Mr. Davis asked leave to appeal to  the privy council, but. Mr. Iind well '  was not ready to deed with th.it matter this morning, so it will come up  again "before the full court on -January  5th.  Mr. Justice Drake yesterday delivered juelgment'in re the Ibex" Mining  'Company, winding up the matter. By  his judgment he places on the list of  contributor ies,' Messrs. Trethwav,  (ia3D0). King O'Brien (6.3DO). This  case has been in tbe court for some,  time and this decision will likely lv  appealecl as Ihe question *���������-������������������������ ������"���������.."���������  before the full court and was rerftiicei "  buck to a single judge.  w-  ,___.  _. mat  ������������������/���������'������������������  of -writing who aro versed in eithdi-  Burns or Scott, and yet at a Burns'  Festival they pretend to an enthusiasm  which they  are far from  being  entitled to.  *   *   *  And those complimentary telegramB  in broad Scotch tlmt   emanate   from  &<______ nt Ro.e.stoke nnd tho _urroiindln������  Andrew's SocictiCR as    greetings (aie  Revelstoke  Herald  PnbHfhed In Interests o  BUT-ljteko, L_r_e_n, Bin Bond, Tio it Lake  lUedlle w������et, Albert Canyon, Jor_an  Pew* and Kagle ___������ -.Utricle.  ���������A JftltMSOH Prop-let    .  A Svml-Ycekly Journal, published in the  ^aara n( Rji.olstoke nnd tho surronndlnK  _H___o. "Vedne-t-TB and Baturdajs. mokl-K  -Omi t^-Bcctions with all trains.  A_T_rt__dnK Rates: Display ads, * 1 .10 par  ������������������b_BBt-eh.JS.00 pcrlncb when lnnert* don titlo  K������ Local ads. 12a p������r (nonparoll) lino tor  t l������Mnrtl"������ -, 8o for em-h adtlitliiiinllriBo.tlon.  EtM___g bbUms, 1*0 per lino each Issue. BiSh,  -tarRatre ������nd Death notices, tree. __  ���������ntoorlption ItaM-u:   By mull or carrier. $2.00  Sr uiio i  $1."������ for six monlhi, strictly in  "TDM, .   .  -���������at Jab Department: Ins H-KAI.n Job  ������������������part-neat Is __- ef the boat oquippod  ������__itlns afloes In West Kootrnov, nnd Is pre-  pared ts execute nil kinds of prlntliiK in tlr-jl  elass style at bnn_st prices Ono prico In nil.  Ke job too largo���������none t >o small���������for ub. Mall  order- promptly attended to. Givo us a trim  on yourae-lotdor. .  ToOorreeiMinrtentB: We lm correspond-  ���������nceonany Bubjeotof IntereBt *.o the (?"nerai  publie, and desire a rellabl' regular corrou-  pendent- -In . every locnli' BUrroundinfj  Kevelstoke. In all casus the bona tide name  of the.wrlter mustncjompany manuscript, but  t.01 noce_i8arlly for publiC-lio .  Address all communicutione  REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke.    . C  NBTICE T8 CORRESPONDENTS.  blown himself, was given a job-by Mr.  fckimson out on his ranche. One clay  he. was sent into Calgary to fetch out  11 two year oltl heifers. A week later  he reappeared in Calgary rather crestfallen and clown on his luck. Some  one said to him: "Well, what's up  now? *"A-0h! The fawnian sent me  clown hero to get Jl two year olds,  anil 1 couldn't for the itto cf :_c rti-  .,,._. ��������� ������������������_������������������,,  t��������� .-crni- -member  whether It was   11   two  vear  awful rot.   Thoy are enough to    gat m , Qloven old8_aMy how  a man greet Indeed. ( bl.onghl lho V,I0,,K .������������������._. am| ,K, llKoa  *    *    * j n:e.   .lust got a ���������"l-ini;   uu"  from  the  They speak of Englishmoii, thc ve-    c_.lt!  country,���������-cire" to  have a look  at  mittanco chaps, and    tho bad broaks   ������������������.  1. All correspondenco must bo legibly  ���������rritteaan aneetde ot ih������ papor only.   I. t>rra������p.ri4e_co - containing peraonni  r.iMrauil be signed with ILs pr pornau.e  *V^f. ���������!_���������<������?���������_ _e������ce with reference tci any  __������! tkat has appeared >%an������"'or, 'Wft  wast *rsi *e o__ro- for publlciitlon to Una  taper before it can appear in Ihu _L_bai d.  SATURDAY,    DECEMBER  31,    1S9S.  I JABS.  I  !  _k  !  _���������  X  +  $������������������������ ��������� ������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  '   From The Free Lance.  Merry  Chri6tmaa and Happy  Wc ran ".crus ti very clover article  the titliei" eay ut a l.nuV.oii  tremhi'j :f .\ i.i'.lijcct laiuillar to all '"t|'j'-'fiy  ub out here.���������iiie reiniitaneo man.'  It bene cut what we hare held all  tilor.^'. tl-.i'i the liiiiucroiis fnilures ou  the lmri '.if young Englishnicn who  ccmc out here with capital, are due  not only to Inadequate education,but.  ;ii-0 lo sttipiil ideas he lias regarding  n.annul Ini-.or, which he has been  n-iight to believe is degrading. When  a young ttiigllslinian is sent forth by  his "penple" into :\ far country, with  several hundred or perhaps thousands  of pounds, it is n foregone conclusion  that ho will have it all blown in inside oi a year. He is destined to bo-  come a prodigal. He can no more  help It Hum he can help breathing or  sleeping, lie was reared from liis  cradle to that end; his home*training.  his  school   teaching,  all  hurry    him  towards his fate.  with the  Lance.  Year to  scrlbers!  everybody,    especially  New  Sub-  We* wish to burst another bubble.  It is lhe stupid, mock, make-believe,  unreal, bogus bond that is supposed to  cement Scotchmen, in the colonies. At  St. Andrew's dinners and Burns festivals you would think that Scotchmen actually, as the saying goes, hang  to gether like bats pn.a steeple. Such  Is not the case. They don't hang together "worth a cent, banquet speeches  to the contrary notwithstanding.  As a matter of fact the average Scotch  man out in this country who has a  "situation" wont bother himself with  anyone else unless he has a situation  also.'and can do his trick at buying  the' Scotch.    .  * - *   ������  For chilly selfishness commend us to  a. Scotchman. Th-e-only time a Scotchman evinces any Bobby Burns patriotism is when half shot at a banquet. To listen to the maudlin talk  at banquets one would imagine that  the speakers were a whole souled lot,  brimming over with human kindness,  and clamoring for an opportunity to  show their good will in a practical  ���������way towards fellow Scots. ,We used  to believe in the sincerity of those  whiskey-begotten speeches, and when  Auld Lang Syne wound up tho evening's entertainment and every one  locked hands, tears would well up in  our eyes and we thought what fine,  noble fellows all the other chaps were.  ^^But-v.-e.-know-^better-uow.--- ,   thev make. But to our mind th?y  nro" infinitely superior in thoir loose  whoop hurrah to the him!, cold, iron  clad, non-souletl Scotchmen who are  fondly supposed to he tlio backbone,  vertebrae anel lights and liver of  Canada. Wc aro fully equipped from  personal knowledge to meet any discussion on this subject, and "will  guarantee to get away with any one  who cares to tak. issue with us on  the above remarks.  .    *   *  We have the dead immortal cinch  anyhow. Wo don't need to publish  letters unless thoy agree with out-  own views, and in this "way we can  secure a thoroughly impartial discussion of the subject.  m     ���������     _  Besides, very few Scotchmen, besides  ourselves, are able to write any how.  Irishmen are fine peoplo when they  havo money, but they nover have any.  Like tho Irishman who said it was  hereditary to have no children, it  also seems hereditary to have no  money.  We were at the depot the other  night and saw carloads of Englishmen  being shipped lo spend Xmas and the  proceeds of their last mortgage In the  Old Country. They were going home  to lie about the resources of tho country, and to convoy the assurance that  the only thing needed to develop tha  wraunche is- capital.  *    . . *  We know of one such who flourished  in the neighborhood of Medicine Hat  a short time ago. He was a born pro-  motor iu tho highest and noblest acceptation of the term, and ho felt so  keenly the necessity for safeguarding i  the- stock interests that he became a listen io some old geezer  memeber of ths local branch of the  Stock Association. One, of "the qualifications of membership is the ownership of a cow and a eialf. We discovered on inquiry that owing to the  carelessness of the Post Master General his remittance had not arrived in  time to enable him to remove his cow  and calf (which was all he had) from  out of the possession of the vendor,  who refused to be comforted even  with a lien note ponding the arrival  of the stuff. Consequently our friend  has had to go *ome to England to soo  the eov'nor about turning the blooming  cow and cawf into n blasted company,  and have a prospectus and float shaves  don't vou know. Make a bally good  thing but of it, don'l you know.  lug that makes not only the mon,  but the wee littlo burgs of the North  West over-rate their own importance.  Anything wo can do to humble people  with bogus reputations and exposo  humbug generally, we will cheerfully  do.   Wc aro here for that purpose.  Wo aro a fine lot of ducks anyhow,  thc best of us. Viewed from any  standpoint, we aro nothing better  Ihan machines for making money,  automatons adjusted to Unit purpose,  some performing better limn others.  Wound up and started afresh each  morniiic; to perform this function,  thcio Is lit lie power loft at the end of  ,tho day for tho pursuit of knowledge  paper, inl. evojl tju, amenities of social life,  of us give serious thought or  study to the policy and purpose of  our livps. and we seldom endeavor to  shape thorn to any definite end. All  we s-ccm to look for or expect is a  certain quantum of food, booze and  sleep, with an occasional trip to the  Episcopalian church'to hear Mr. Lowe  toll us what hopeless sinners wo arc.  The hardships some of those Englishmen havo to endure after their  money is blown in are sometimes  I-i liable. The poor prodigal cannot go  home, he cannot even pay his fare.  He begs work from this one and  from that one and finds himsolf refused with as much discourtesy as it  he had begged for money. At last,  In strikes a place where he is allowed to elo chores for his board, and  then he knows for the first time in  his life what it is to work for others  Ho remembers the servants in his  father's house, and wonders how it  aL came about.  *   *   *  He calls to mind how he used to  sit  iu the pew  with  liis sisters and  in a white  surplice  preach  upon,  the  parable  of  the  prodigal  son,  dressed  in  a little  Eton jacket and wide linen collar.   ���������  In    the   meantime   the   vendor    is  watering tin" stocky   ^  In order to allay the popular im-  nresslon that A. Tennyson, deceased,  was an irishman. Mr. Bennett took  the floor at the^ethodist church one  night and proved to Ins ������*a,sat'ad  faction that Al. came ot a good olel  New Brunswick family who ������'|���������������a  to' England to meet the rise in Spun-  poetry" and where Alt. succeeeled  getting in on the ground flooi-  in  Alf.  every  we  Ho reflects on the maxim that has  been taught him that in the colonies a  gentleman can do anything without  losing caste. So he drifts on, working hard, living hard and ia somo  cases dying hard. Ho Is at a disadvantage even among tho other hired  men around hiin, for they, as a rule,  have never known anything better  than the daily round of unremitting  toil, only broken by the periodical  spree that takes thoir scanty savings.  Tlio prodigal sons of England arc  found everywhere, all over the globe,  The streets of Sydney and Melbourne  aro crawling with them, and we  have met some line specimens of the  erenus in as far an out of the way  place as Honolulu, Some develop  into regular confidence men, players  on the sympathies of "their more for-  .ttinate, countrymen, and bum their  way through the rest of their life  without doing a tap ot work; but the  bulk toil on and drop by the wayside,  still wondering, in their foolish fashion, at the way the worlel has gone  wrong.  Wo should think contemptuously  of un explorer without a motive, a  navigator without a course, or a  general without a scheme of a campaign: and yet we undertake the  journey and battle or life, trusting  tor direction to the circumstances  and incidents of the way rather than  io a plan or purposo of action and ot  effort. Wo get into a habit of existence���������ono can hardly dignify it in  lho North West by tho term life���������a  round of sensations rather than  thoughts. And tho strangest thing  about our work and habit is, that  what absorbs our timo and energies  ir, rarely a matter of our choice, frequently not a matter of liecessity,  but generally tho result of environment. Wo do what we seo others  doing. Talk about a Hock of sheep!  And wo all go astray.  _B        s       a.  The telegrams on the inside of last  week's Macleod Gazelle took up several columns, and were full of lively  interest. Tliero   were    despalchcs  from Ottawa, London and other distant points, some dated July 14th,  but the latest July lGth. We presume  these telegrams were brought to  Macleod ou foot by Indian runners.  Mr. Wood may be expected to bring  back some fresh August news from  his trip east. As it was, we were very  pleased to learn that Cervera's fleet  had been destroyed. Those are go-  ahead days in tho journalistic worlel  down at Macleod. Owing to the awful  wind down there, their editorials aro  all right, but they - should engage  swifter runners to bring their telegrams from the Atlantic sea board.  About February we may look for a  vivid account of how McVey jumped  into the ring and    queered    the Cor-  ���������it-Sharkey  fight.  *   *   *  "To what, base uses may wo return,  Horatio!" One of Jerry Boyce's bears,  the one that used to run about, the  town, into private houses", upstairs  anel downstairs and in my lady's  chamber, has been slaughtered and  sent down to Calgary, where it may  be seen hanging up by tho heels outside. Hull's shop, butchered to make  a Calgary holiday. Gazing on'the  familiar care;.iss thp other clay, tears  coursed in such torrents down our  cheek that an assistant came out to  enquire what the matter was.  ' "This is pretty tough!" said we,  sobbing as if our heart woulel- break.  "Very liable to be," says    he,  from Wetaskiwin."  Revelstoke will Quintuple its  Present   Population  of 2000.  _.-Ovi.iStok<- has been selected by Uie  C. 1?. li. as the terminal point' for North  Kootenay and ..Okanagan. It must go  ahead. The judicious  business man  will  invest in  Revelstoke Real Estatej  while it can be got on the ground tloor.  IMPERIAL BANK   CF CANADA  Head Off-co, Toronto  Paid Up  dip'tai $2,1)00,000  (\csorvr;     ....   1,200,000  Directors:  li. -i.  ili.iM.iiiu,   President  T.-t.Me.rritl, Vice Pi'i!h..(Sl.Unl.liariUHH)  William Hnina.iy, Roiieit J.ufray,  Hugh Ryan,  T. Sutherland Stayuer  Kliiib llogers.  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  Branohos  North Wos*i anel British Columbia  "li-auclon  flilgary  E linonton  V   ���������.con veil  ~V.nnip..������  K"VltlHl..)k������  Pottnfte la  I't'iiii'i*  I'rince Allien  fcilllllll   IClllimlili.u.  U.N'T.U-H).  Kssex N'ii'giir.i r'aUi-   IHI. lhonias.  Fergus I'm-I I'liH'.-rnc It. ionto  Gait Km l'"i"i~.;v     |" clland  Ingersoll Snnii si    Mm1.1 Woodstock  'Jl. I'..llli. r'nn    |  Montreal, Quebec.  Savings Hank Depart ment���������Deposits  of ,$1 nnd upwards received and  interest al!ciwt.u.  Debentuiea - - I'i'oviiic al, Municipal  nnd othei' debentures pun based.  Drafts and I miters of Credit���������Available at all pointa in Cauad'L, I uited  Kingdom, Uniled Statoa, l_u.'up_,  India, China. Japan, Australia. New  Zealand, etc  Gold   Purchased  This Bank Issuos Spsclal Receipts  which will be ii-count-d for ntnny of  tho Hudson's liny cjo's Posts in tho  Yukon anlc noptlit.i>n districts.  A. It. B   HEARN.  Mannjj-i' Rovolstoke Brar, uh  dance Down lis list..*..  $700 will buy two fine business lots 7 ami S, blouk 10, on fir������t street, 50  1'uet*. Iiy JO0 feet. ��������� Opposite .T. D. SiljUiild'.-" itwulence. Ei������y terms..  $250 cash will liny two nine lots, 50 by 1C0, nearly opposito Samiiion's  liou-e.   L'ltsS'.iuel -1, Block 11.  $:.'-0 will buy a lot 25x100, next tha Front St Tost Oflice.  $1000 will buy a block, 75x100 on Campbell Avenue.  ijjlO'JO will buy ti lot, 25x100 in the centre oi' the business pare of Mac  tiiiKie Avenue'. " ';  $700 will buy two Jots, 0 anel 7, block I), 50x 100"opposite"-O. B. Hume it  Co.'s warn house on Cum obeli Avenue.  $075 will buy a iiou������o anti lo.O.lilnek 40, on Third Street. Fivo rooms  bath room and pan try. $750 down and balance to p:iy on jot  in  10 yeai-sat S per e.'iit-,.    Tho lot i* 50x100. '  $810 will buy a one ston-v liuu..e and lot ti,' Hlock -15, on Third St. The  furniture goes wi h. the house. 'Loti-ii corner, 50x100. Terms  $350 down, bitlaue   can bo nrnmgi'd for.  ������1155 will buy a ouo si ^ ey house and lot 1, blrck -11, corner oi' James  and Kootenny Si^The house is well llnibhed. Modern conveniences. Lot 72x100.' Beautiful 'situation. Terms $525 down,  balance in monthly payments.  $3,500 will buv a block t'rontiinp- on first St. opposito tho Imporial  Bank. Size 100x150x75. Corner Comiaup-ht Avenue, and First  St. The C. P. R. siding runs along one-side. A splendid business location. ,  $2000 will buy a business block 50x100 fronting on,. First St., between  the two banks.   A fine site i'or a, business houso.  .fc-i\  WALL>1  We are talking by the book. There  is no one in Canada- more Scotch by  birth and bringing up than we are.  and what we say is the result of 10  years obssrvation iu the States, four  or five in Canada, and some odd  months in other colonies. Xot that  ' we ever had occasion to ask a favor  from a fellow Scot, for, if the play had  come up that way, we know we woui 1  have'met with a rejoinder after .liis  ttyie. "Well, I'm sorry for you, b-it  it 'a your own fault. As a man sows  so shall ye reap." Scotland is about  the size of Ohio. But take an Ohio  man in hard luck, away off somewhere, who meets another Ohloan and  xnak-s a touch. The reply he gets i������  something like this: "Up against it.'  old man? Well, here's a V, go out  and hustle."  ���������   *   ���������  At a Scotch banquet lt Is amusing in  notice the way Auld Lang Syne Is  sung. No one knows the words of tho  verses, except some stray Englishman  or Yankee, and the Scotchmen stand  up with solemn faces trying to give  evidence of the Scotch that is in them.  This always makes us tired.  *  ���������  ���������  These gatherings are lovely excuses for great big drunks. The R:-  glna Leader was gibing The Herald  the other day over a remark dropped  by the latter paper, (apropos of St.  Andrew's day) that there were evidently no Scotchmen in Calgary.  There are a few Scotchmen in Calgary,  but they have no use for one another.  They cannot make any kudos or oof  out of each other, especially those of  the "north countrie" where, so the  saying goes, a Jew can't live. But  get up a banquet, and there they are  slobberine over one another, affecting  to talk thc Doric, and gibbering and  chattering away like a lot of monkeys  about Tam o' Shanter and Soutar  Johnny.  worked the pome DmIumj foi  cent there was in u. Pe"������na"Jnnet,.  were glad to hear from Mr. Bennett  hat this Prick was dead, ancMtkeb  to remain so, having been   buried   at  L������0CnShi>;"eaUi the poetry business  which he had carried on so success-  tullv tor years went into hCiUidatio..  pnd'was ultimately bought at a forced  #iicTb-v-Alr--Austiii^a-iourneiy_na_r.^.Q^_  who turned out piece ^orK rhymes  for Tho London Standard - for years.  ?nd who writes even worse poetry  than Tolcher of Banff.  Bert Chipman. mest W^'^i;  -anans, is doing the typhoid fever art  at the General hospital. He has hail  a close call, which reminds us ot a  former lime when he was ill. H������  was iving in the bed pretty nearly  d*ad, "and overheard the doctor say  to the nurse: "He can't livo till  iiorr.iit?.' Bert, feebly beckoned with  his hand, and when the doit or bent  down his ear to listen to the dying  man's words, Bert whispered: "Doc.  I'll bet you the cigars I don't die at  all." He had a close shave, but won  his cigars. You cannot keep a good  man down.  *   *   ������  We get lots of exchanges, but none  that we appreciate so much as the  War Cry. This Is the only paper v.e  can open without coming anrnsi. loirus  receptions to Sifton. A lady belonging to the" Army comes into the oillce  once a week, and while here she Is  treated like a Princess. Although we  havo beon unable lo discover any onc  cn the stiff who reads the paper, they  all buy it, and we in our turn give  her a copy of Thc Krc. Lance in order  to balance tho equation between her  P&per and thc yellow journals.  ������   t   *  Thc pipe laid between the brewery  and this oflice is completed. The  spout arrangement looks like a telephone, and onc can pretend to be  tflking into It, and at the samc time  be taking great big slugs, with great  success.-:-  .They are told in every letter from  homo that the failure must be their  fault, and so they take blame to  themselves, and toil on, happy to  have work to give them a meal,with  one. (jay of rest a week. He never  finds out until too late that he ���������is  merely what hu parents and schooling have made him. a useless character when thrown upon his own re-  3QU____CSS--_I?2l_3 T!3J7^.Ii'"*  **������>**"r *������'-f*   l.t__,rt_  to themselves for their prodigal's fallings and the prodigal manufactorv  goes gaily on at school and college,  turning out hundreds vear]v. Everv  family in England has ' its 'prodigal,  knocking about in some far off colony, doing work that would make  his mothers and sisters Like a tit  were they to come on him suddenly.  * * *  We learn from an excellent source  that the motto decided upon for The  Independent, tho new Liberal auto-  harp established In Calgarv. is  "Luctis a ' non lucenelo.'-' " Much  curiosity is felt in literary  to what this means.  "it's  circles as  Writine "Xmas" for tho word  Christmas shocks our sense of religious propriety. It shows signs of  unceremonious hurry. One might  ���������u- well expect to sec a prayer in the  Common  Prayer Book wind  up  with  for X*s name, Amen!"  n_<<_\^_J|Pc!tj_ syfeW />-"^-fi  ������ ������ ��������� s^-r.i-?^~ii"5-i?2*t-  'GrjKS&XjTXl  no  Sermon  TEXT:  Jaini'sv..19,20.  The  report  about thc   Rainy   river  counlry   having  orp  worth   ?20.;)OD    a  ton is a. line of talk wo ought lo start  up here.      What are our immigration  ag.'nts  doing?    Lr-t a  few  paragraphs  get ttrewn    amongst    the    American  Thev make a great fuss over Burns,  -1"*1   Kriglish   papers  that    gold    has  Cwe   don't mean Tom Burns) and we! >���������'������������������-n discovered in vain quantities on  wager all we have in the world'M1? E"'���������- "n<1 ���������*- h��������� Calgary will  will  that hardly any of them know a l!i;e  of Burns and certainly never reid ids  workB from one year's end to thn  ether. Ab for Scott, if you want to  find a man well posted on Kennil-  worth or Waverley, don't go to a  Scotchman. He knows nothing about  them.   Go to a well read    American,  boom. What wc need is a few cheer  ful liars. We mean a few more than  we already have.  *    *    *  Because thc  Nihilists have  induced  the  Chamberlain  of  the  Winter palace, at St. Petersburg, to put in an  acetylene gas plant, this should not de-  aud he will tell you"all    about them  ter other people from using this bril-  and   discuss  the plots   and   dialogues liant light.  fn detail.   We will gamble that there ; *,-*!,,  are a'o two Scots ia Calgary at the time     A young English blood, who   had  The average young Englishman is  also a most delightful fallow lo trade  with. There was a certain young  Ensriisimian pent by his boss to buy  :v c-iyuse. On meeting the cavuse  man. ho said with all the simplicity  cf youth: "The hoss says that i am  first to offer you $20. and if you won't  tako it. $22.50. nr.il if you slill refuse;  I am ts������ offer you %"7,.(i'(\-r hut I am not  to givo more." The c.-iyus<> man having carefully considered! the proposals,  derided to sell nt S2.1.0'), r::.d so informed the young man. to whom he  presented  a cake.  "What Is the cake for?"  "Xcver mind what it's for. Take  it homo and eat it, and n<;xt. time  your boss wants a cayuse I hope to  have the pleasure of seeing you  again."  * *    *  How idle aro the tears of the country mother who dreads to see her boy  starting out to face tho unknown  imagers,   tri������   nif_;n   living    (i.-sp .cuiny  in Calgary) and the fierce competition  of tho great city! Lot her dry her  tears. Her hoy will yet again cat  pork anH beans.  * *    *  With this issue The Wetaskiwin  I'rce Lanco begins lhe second year of  its stormy career. What wc n^ec!  now is lots of patronage if we wish  io seo another birthday. Having no  politic?, both Grits anel Tories can  tako our j>apcr with an easy conscience. We have tried to convert  what is usually little better than a  news anel advortisementlishcet Into a  weekly encyclopaedia of Information,  comment, narrative and description.  (Hear! Hear!) It has not been our  busine������i to poso as a philosopher or  a homilist. Wo may be a philosopher,  for any man is a philosopher who accepts fate with equanimity, but a  homilist we certainly never were. All  : we buik against is the spirit of hum-  Delivered before the Orange  Lodge, Xo. 1058, at ReveUf oke,  Tl. C. in the Methodist cliurcli  on Sundav morning. Nov. Gsb,  1S03, by Rev. S. J.'Thompson,  in a neatly printed lU-page  pamphlet.  There a-e more hard f.icts  ai.el v.'.-lii.ib'e information in  this Hlile booklet than you  e-.in itnurir"' until ye>u have  - icael ir. It's worth a dell..r if  it'., worth a cent.  Mailed to any address for 25  cents.  R. P. PETTIPIECE, Revslato'-ce, B.C.  Revelstoke.  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We can fix you  ���������REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS'  He velstoke Station, B. C. SHOOTING    AFFRAY  ' TRANSVAAL.  ���������F3   p]'1   ..         American Policy Abroad���������Terrible Disaster in Austria���������The Twentieth  Century Fund.  . Cape Town, December 2..���������There is  a now row brewing tor Paul Kruger  because of alleged outrages on British  losltlonta in tlio Transvaal. In .1 recent  disturbance thc polico opened lire  and shot tin Englishman named Edgar.  No efforts to punish the policemen  who did the shooting havo been made  nnd a number of Utlandcrs have organized to push tho case. A similar  reform committee was formed before  the timo of the Jamieson raid.  STRIKING OUT  Washington, December 24.���������Secretary Algoi- has ordered General Otis  to send Amorican troops to lloilo  thus showing the intention of placing the whole Archipelago uncler  Aiuericnn control.  FOR VALUE RECEIVED  -London. December 24.���������Tt is said  that Grcnt Britain will willingly consent to the abrogation of the Clayton-  Bulmer treaty, for certain consideration.  TEllltlULE DISASTER"  London, December 24.���������.-V Vienna  correspondent of The Daily Telegraph  says: Several hundred Montenegran  soldiers were recently overtaken by a  snow storm in the Lara Pass and  frozen to death. The expedition sent  to their rescue found that the snow  drifts were fo heavy that it was impossible  to  save  theni.  SAGASTA ILL  Madrid, December 24���������The condition  of Senor Sagasta.who is suffering from  bronchial pneumonia, now causes  grave anxiety. All the newspapers express great sympathy.  TWENTIETH  CENTURY  New York, December 24.���������The' Methodists of tho United  States  propose,  te raise. -$20,000,000    as   a    twentieth  century fund.  nROTlIERLY  LOVE  The New England Society toasted  Iter Majesty Queen Victoria und sang  r-'od r-Ave'lho Queen at iheir annual  dinner.  WIDENING  OUT  The New York Tribune reports, that  the Uniled States are taking measures  to command the entire Pacific ocean.  GREAT EXCITEMENT IN JOHAN  NESBURG.  A QUEBEC MAN GETS A LOVELY  CHRISTMAS BOX  Kidnapped    by     Masked     Men���������Wm.  - ���������  Muloc*-, to be Knighted���������The Seal-  '��������� ���������      iog Industry,     -.    .  .  Quebec, December 24.���������Quebec City-  is to have a direct steamship line to  Great Britain.  A CHRISTMAS BOX  This morning the w,ife    of Antoine  Cagnon, who,resides    in    St. Francis  street, Quebec,    presented    lilm    with  a Christmas gift of triplets, two fine  girls;and a bouncing.boy.  KIDNAPPED  Montreal,    December     24.���������William  f Marne, of    Mile Enel,    Montreal, was  last niglit kidnapped by masked men.  TO BE KNIGHTED  Ottawa, December 24.���������It    was    re-  J "ported last night that the Hon. Wm.  -^Mulock will be knighted tomorrow. As  Lord Herschell must leave for   Eng-  " "land    on January "25*rthe~Joint-Hlgli-  Commisslon must complete Its   work  on January 22nd.  SEALING  A'ictoria, December 24.���������British Col-  lunbla sealers have formed a company  to oppose the proposal to sell out tho  .industry.  Enjj'and Ptotests Against French Concessions iu China���������Excitement Over  Big-Mining   Dividends,  Pekin, December 27.���������No definite  settlement lias yet been reached regarding tho demand for the extension  of the French concession in Shanghai.  The protests which have beon made  by Sir Claude MiicDonald, tho British  minister, havo brought Great Britain  and France fnco to face in China. The  action of tho Chinese authorities will  be suro to depend on how Great Britain supports them.  SENSATIONAL BANK ROBBERY  Lima, Ohio, December 27.���������Th'e American National bank how was robbed  of $IS.000. last niglit. The timo and  combination locks failed to deter tho  thieves in their successful pursuance  of the robbery. Although the front  door was locked, the, institution was  net damaged in any way.  THE BEST LAID PLOTS '  Paiis, December 27.���������Letters have  been discovered in Paris disclosing a  well lalei military plot against the  government. The existence of such a  plot has been suspected for some time  Past. ; I_.:.*_.J3!  . THEY'LL FIX 'EM  - Hong Kong, December 26.���������A strong  contingent of United States troops  have been despatched lrom Manila, to  lloilo in order to quiet disturbances  in that island.  c PEACE CONGRESS  St. Petersburg, December 27.���������IL has  been definitely settled that the disarmament congiess will.be held in, St.  Petersburg in May.  UNEASINESS IN "THE TRANSVAAL.  ' Capetown. " December" 27.���������Foreign  residents'of th������ Transvaal have appealed to Queen Victoria for protection  A BONANZA EXCITEMENT  London, December 27.���������The London  &' British Columbiai Golel Felds have  declared a dividend of 20 per'cent.and  much excitement lias been caused In  mining circles.  CRAZY AS A BED BUG  Baltimore, December 27.���������Pearson  Maun, who threw a brick through the  window of the Drltish . ambassador's  residence at Washington, having escaped from the insane asylum there,  loluntarlly '��������� surrendered himself to  the police here tonight. He simply  stated, that he-was tired walking the  streets, and knowing , thnt he was  wanted in Washington had concluded  to givevhimself up. , ...  ;'  TROUBLE  IN JOHANNESBURG  Cape Town. December 26.���������Oflicials  litre deprecate the' excitement amongst  Bi-iMsr residents in Joliar.n���������I'uiri* cjii-  sequent cn the killing of an Englishman by a Boer policeman who was  allowed to go unpunished. The  oll.cials promise that justice will be  piopcrly meted out in this case.  CHRISTMAS EVE  are  Hark!    Now the Christmas bells  gaily ringing, -  Sec how the moon beams brighten  roof and spire;  Hear tho glad voices of the children  singing  .   Gathered .about tho. fire,'  ' .  i\:.  THE EXCESSIVE COLD CAUSES  SEVERAL DEATHS  A Paisley Man  Arrested   for   Fraud���������  <' - Imperial   Penny   Postage Arrives���������  Found Frozen.  (Special lo The Herald)  Winnipeg,   December     27.���������Several  deaths by freezing are reported from  the Yukon.  A FALLEN KING  PaiGley,    Ontario,    Decemebr    27.���������  Uobert'King of'tliis place    has   been  arrested for alleged fraud.  FOUND FROZEN   ,  Vancouver,     December     27.���������J.   1'.  Caderhead, D. L. S., has   been   found  frozen to death near Dawson City.  PENNY POSTAGE'"  Ottawa, December 25.���������The new Imperial penny postage comes into., force  today.  OUR POET PREMIER. : SAVING CITY WAIFS.    i    INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF THE NEW      MR-   GROVER CLEVELAND  BRANCHES  SECRETARY  OF STATE. ������UT AS A PHILANTHROPIST.  How Colonel Hty "Learned His I'I rat "Ledum In Diplomacy���������Wliy He Wroto the  "Pike County Ballads" and What Ue  Thinks of Them Nott,  Fow men havo tho ability and tho opportunity to serve their country in so  inuny and varied capacities and in such  stirring times as has Colonol John Hny,  who has been recalled from tlio court of  St. .Tamos to becorao secretary of stuto  whon Judgo Dny goes to Paris ns ono of  tho peaco commissioners. If tho old rulo  of "threo times and out" holds truo, Colonel Huy may comploto tho term, for ho is  tho third man to accept tlio portfolio within the yonr.  Of courso iiooiio can seiy just whnt kind  of a sccrowry of stato Colonel Hay will  mnko, but it is assuring to recall thnt during his busy lifo ho has dono many things  and dono thorn all woll. Ilo brings to tho  task a inoiital equipment such as fow men  possess, for his cxporlouco in publio nnd  prlvato lifo has been broad and vuricd.  His nohiovoments as puet, historian, soldier and diplomat nro generally well  known, but 11 fow anecdotes and incldonts  will servo to make you better ticquniiitod  with tho .man who has been made tho  American premier at,., most critical period  of our national progress.  Probably tho great nines of Americans  think ovon.now of Golonul Hay ns tho author of "1 .Uo County Ballads," in which  ho immortalized Illinois dialect nml created some dozen or moro characters who  will never die. When asked once how hu  camo to writo these ballads, ho said:  "Oh, thoy are rough, hurriedly written  pieces, and it is n wonder how clioy have  lived, but they nro founded on fact, nnd 1  suppose thoy toucth a chord in tho popular  heart. All these pieces woro written within a fow weeks, whilo 1 was working with  W'hitolaw Reid on the New York Trtbiino  in tho winter of 1S71 __. I had a great  poetic fever just then, anel I sometimes  wroto two ballads in one evening. I did  not keep it up long," however, ns I did not  estimate my work very highly, and 1 was  a very busy man nud didn't have much  timo for pontic excursions  "I do not think bo much of "Little  Breeches,' but I rather liko Mini Bludso.*  Hach of them describes a real incident I  first heard of the original of 'Littlo  Breeches' in n sermon prenched by an old  fiiihioned Methodist minister in a country church nt Warsaw, Ills., whilo I wns  tliero on a visit to my nioihor In 1S70, I  think. Tlio talo impressed 1110, nnd I  dressed it up in verse, und I suppose it is  too lato to kill it now.  " 'Jim Bludso' nlso had a counterpart  In real life. His original was nn engineor  named  Oliver Fairchiid,   who  plied   for  And, as they sing, old scenes rise up  beforo me,  Again    a   child   I   sit   beside   the  hearth,  Where many ctterished ones now gone  before me  Joined in my mirth.  Again I see the    evergreen    wreaths  hanging, . .  Again I scent the aromatic air  Of tho.olel church whoso brazen bells  loud clanging   .  Called U3 to praiso and prayer.   _  Again I hear the   organ    notes    low  stealing  Through the dim, shadowy aisle,  Or  loud proclaim, majestically    peal-  in**  The truth of the Christ child.  Who can describe the solemn joy anel  beauty.  The peace that brooded over cartiuy  things.  That made the child   heart   stronger  for its duty  With  - strength     that     Christmas  brings.  Alas, tis gone!    in a strange   land   I  listen _   -  To Christmas songs in which I nave  no share,  I lift my eyes to where the church  ,     .spire glistens,  My hope is there.  ���������F. C. STEELE.  Cochrane, Alberta, Christmas 1898.  COI.OKEL JOHN HAT.  ninny yelirs beforo tho war up nnd down  tlio Mississippi on tho steamer Fashion 1  knew him very well Indeed. Ho mot his  death in lSfiO'not far from Warsaw just in  tho manner described In tho poem:  AnO.-Bluclso's ghostjweiit-iap nlone__.__ -__  SIFTINGS  A divinity student at Yalo university has been accused ot stealing books  The Grand Trunk telegraph operators have agreed to arbitrate.  Chan! Bey, aide de camp to the  Sultan, has been murdered at Constantinople. '  A syndicate has been formed to control the entire copper output of America.  The first detachment of Doukhobors  now tlin Ux-rroslUent linn Tnrncid HU  Ne_ Jcrnoy Farm Iuto a Home For Poor  lSoj-������ Trom tho Streets���������Mr. Vroom nnd  His Flnus.  Mr. Oovcr Cleveland hns blossomed out  as a full fledged philanthropist. Ou his  farm near Princeton, N. J., has just been  r. tiibllshud n homo for boy waifs from tho  city streets.  Tho ielea Is not u new one, but Mr.  Cleveland la tho most prominent mnn who  litis yet gone into tho enterprise. IIo has  established a precedent for ex-prcsldonts  of tho future. Mr, Harrison roiiinri'ied and  returned to hlR-lnw business. Mr. Cleveland has seon fit to turn philanthropist.  Perhaps ho has answered the vexed question which has been nskod so many times,  "What shall wedo with our ox-presidents!1"  Philanthropy Is nt lonst 11 dignified nnd  laudable pursuit,.  The story of how Mr. Clovoland stumbled iuto tho path of philanthropy is  worth telling. When ho hael settled down  In his Princeton homo with his wifo nnd  children, ho concluded that it would bo n  good idea to own n farm us well as a town  residence. For his threo littlo girls lie  needed plenty of fresh milk, eggs nnd vegetables. So ho bought a farm. It was a  tract of somo G5 acres of rolling ground,  with somowlint dilapidated buildings upon  It. :  About threo months ngo Mr. Cleveland  was stopped democratically on a street  cornor by a young man who introduced  himself as John Henry Vroom. Young  Mr. Vroom proceeded to tell Mr. Cluvo-  land that tho hitter's farm was just what  ho hnd been looking for. Ilo told the ex-  president about his schomo for establishing a farm school for poor boys from tho  city. Mr. Cleveland was interested. Ho  wanted to hear all about tho sohoino, nnd  Mr. Vroom told him. Tho result wus that  Mr. Clevelnnd turned over tho farm to tlio  young enthusiast and told him to go  ahead, intimating thut he would bnck him  in tho enterprise.  Well, Mr. Vroom has gone abend. Without waiting for capital to elaborate his  plans ho has mndo a beginning with whnt  Mr. "Cleveland hns given hiin. IIo has arranged for tho roception of about a dozen  boys In tho oldfarmhousoon tho property,  and work has already been begun. In  time ho expects to build othor houses and  gathor several hundred-boys from tho city  streets. IIo hopes to hnvo ovory foot of  tho G5 neres undor a high stnto of cultivation,, whioh will menu that a good many  idlo hands will be kept out of mischief.  "Our plan,'.' snys Mr. Vroom, "Is not to  found an asylum,'a homo or a charltablo  institution of any kind as charitable "in-  mm  fi'lV.Ui I"'  8a;  iled from Baiavia on Thursday last.! several younger brothers,  Dr. Deane. son of Superintendent  Deane, N. W. M. P., Macleod. has decided to locate In Maple Creek and  practice his profession. He is a _ Ic-  Glll University graduate, and has recently returned from a trip to the  old country. He was formerly in the  North" West government service at  Regina.  Engineer Fellows, of thc Canadian  Pacific Railway Company, is making  a report upon the Crow's Nest road  from Cranb.rook to Kuskonook. Provided his report ,is satisfactory, the  Crow's Nest Pass' line from Cron-  lirook to Kootenay Landing will bo  opened for passenger traffic.  In Paris the latest tint for ladies  hair is the Eatitin, a sort of dead gold.  Kenneth A. Finlayaon. a clerk In  tlie Dominion    Government    Sayings!  bank at Victoria, has been arrested' muKU IJfcu ��������� .,���������,��������������������������������������������� ���������,���������  for misappropriating $1150. Ills salap-; ho j^scs wuh scrupulous  was $44 a month and out of   this he' ���������    -  had to support a widowed mother and  Iu the smoke of the Prairie Belle.  As for "Castillnn Days" nnd tho more  olegant poems which ho wroto In later  years and on which ho bases his literary  reputation, thoy aro but little known.  Tho "Life of Lincoln," which he wrote in  collaboration with John G. Nlcolay, Is regarded as the most important and serious  pon work which ho has over dono.. It embodies tho intimate knowledge of", Lincoln  nnd of his career gained by his private secretaries' personal observation nnd participation in a lurgo pnrt of tho stirring events  with which it deals and Is regarded as n  contribution to Amorican history of the  first Importance.  Colonel Hay Is a successful diplomat  now, as every onc knows, but thero was a  time when ho knew much less of diplomacy. That was whon ho was private secretary to Lincoln. Ho had a great tcachor,  however, and here is onu of the lessons.  A public man of somo noto had actod  rather offensively townrd tho president,  and John Hay, so the story goes, told tho  president that ho expected to write a letter  giving him a pleco of his mind.  "That's right," saiel President Lincoln.  ���������'Do so; givo it to him. Writo out just  whnt yon think."  John Hay did so, and ho brought in the  letter to the president and read it to him.  As he read Mr. Lincoln from time to time  said: "Good, "goodl That fixes him I" At  Its close Jlr. Hay said:  "Well, he will get the letter tomorrow  morniDg, and wo Will "see what he has to  sav in reply.".  "But," returned President Lincoln,  "you don't intend to mail that letter. I  wanted you to write it out because It helps  one to ease his feelings, but you must not  think; of sending it. You would only  mako tho man angry without doing good  to yourself or the administration." The  result was the letter was never "sent.  As far as tho size of bis salary is con-  corned, Colonel Hay does not care whether  ho stays in London,, where ho spends ns  much again as tho government pays him,  or goes back to Washington, whero he has  a fine mansion of his own waiting to be  reoccuplcd. The now secretary of stato Is  probanly worth something moro than tl,-  000,000. A small part of it he has earned  himself, but tho bulk of his fortune came  to him through his wife, whose father was  the late Amass Stone, the Ohio millionaire.  At 00 Colonel Hay is a pleasant faced  man of about average height, with bright  brown ryes nnd hair and beard liberally  powdered with the dust of timo. Ho looks  much like a typical Wall  street man, for  care. Ho  rames back from England with cnlnrgc.l  social prestige and an international reputation as a very effective and pleasant after  dinner speaker. S. B. __acDO-__._>.  mr. ci.i:v:-:i.AKD'srAi;MROusp_.  slltiiiioii _. aro generally understood.    Wo  expect c-.'.h   lioy to bo soli*  sustaining as  soon as-tuny lie.  " The organization will not be sectarian.  Any boy who shows a desiro for improvement���������Protestant,. Catholic or Hindoo���������will be nil 111 it tod. It is our theory  that good citizens mny bo mado out of  many boys whom unfavorable environment now impels townrd badness. Wo  want to utilize what might bo tho waste  material of society, turning a possiblo disgrace into nn ornament.  "As to actual plnns, tlio boys will not  bo herded togothcr in ono great building.  Wo shall build a numborof cottages, four  possibly at the start, each of which will  accommodate from 10 to 10 boys. In thnt  way individ'.i.'.liiy and a certain degreo of  homo lifo will bo preserved. Wherever It  is possible tho boys will have separate  rooms. Not moro thnn two will occupy  nny apartment. A matron and a man in  chnrgo will bo assigned to each house.  "Each boy upon entering tho school  will havo an aero of ground adjoining the  cottago in which ho lives. This ho will  consider his own, and upon lt ho will rnisu  whntover ho pleases. " Tho geparatn neres  will radiate from tho house like the spokes  of a wheol from tho hub. Nearest tho  dwelling there will bo n flower garden,  then a tract devoted to vogotnblo. or to  poultry, whichever the boy wishes toraiso,  and at tho outer circlo horry. bushes. The  product of each boy's* little farm will bo  sold, and he will rccelvo the proceeds.  With this ho will pay a certain percentage  to tho school and keep tho balance for  himself.  "Thero will be a genoral classroom, of  course, where English branches will be  taught. I hopo also to hnvo a carpentur  shop, a machine shop, a printing houso,  whero tho boys will edit a paper reporting  tho progress of the school; a photographing establishment and other branches of  industry established.  "���������Prominent people everywhere are interested, nnd we expect large donations which  will enable us to carry on the work."  Mr. Vroom seems the right mnn in the  right place. Ho was born in Camden,  went to work ns a enshboy In n department store nt IS and studied in his sparo  hours to fit for Princeton. IIo paid his  way through by teaching .and acting as a  sales agent for business firms anil entered  the Theological seminary, but did not  complete tho course.  Mr. Cleveland himself, while taking no  personal part In tlio management of the  enterprise, is intimately associated with  Mr. Vroom and acts ns his adviser. Ko is  anxiously watching thc outcome of the ex  perlinent. So nro other people. They  would liko to know if the man who for  eifrlit years wns the chief executive ot the  nation ran succeed in tho difiicult field of  philuiithropy. FBA-X'IS B. XAI.bkct.  You  equire  Neatly  Printed  tier Ileads  Note II. ads  l_ill_.il"  Statements  Envelopes  Business   Cards  Visiting Cards  Programmes  Menu Uaids  Wedding Cards  Memoiial Cards  InvitationCards  Receipts  Drafts  Cbequos  Stock  Certificates  ~" S liow"CafUa     "���������  Books or  Pamphlets  Folders  Debentures  Binding of  any kind  .ammmmmmmmmmmmmw  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  ������  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated iiyJAot of 1'aki.iamknt, 1836.  HEAD OFFICE, MONTREAL  ������~  PAID UP CAPITAL.      - 98.000.000  HE__T FUND . - - -      91.S0O.O0O  DIKECTOK-:   Wm.Miu.min  M.u"i"ii'--i".N, Pre .'1ml:  S.  H. Eivikfi, Vli-e President;  W.M   Ham. AV,S.\Ml'KI.  KlVMV, IIK.-RV ARl'IIIIU_.P, J. P. ULE-ROR..,  II.  M " IIKI..N1I MCM*".-.  F. WiiKI'kiiion Tin.MAI", G_nci.il Manager.  A uoi.i'i'.'.l bunking business irniissncted.     Interest nllowpel ut current  raU'������.  J. D. MOLSON.  MaXAGER. ItETKUrTOKE, B.C  niu^iiiuuumumiUuiiumtt&iuimiULm  THE .MLNLNG  EXOHJI-NGE  FRONT STBEET, Ri VELSTOKE  Best $1.00 ad������y hmi^e in town.  Tin- bar is surplierl willi the lip-t brands of Wlne8|  Liqtioi-   mid    Cigarst  ^  ������]. V. PEEK,', .Manager.  F. JAeCJIRTY  (SOS LUJ-D Proprietor  .Wholesale; and Ketail Dealer in.  PRIJAB BEEF, PORK,  yAGTT0,N JLND SJ-IDSJIGE  Fisli   aiul   Clainc   in    Season.       Markets   at   Kevelstoke,  Kevelstoke Station, Nakusp, Tront Lake City, and Ferguson.  Columbia House  o * r -    -  .   -     .  .,       " The .largest hotel   in   lown.        Centrally    located  Choice   Wiui's,   l.i<[iinis   and   Cigars  Best    accomuii'datioii. Kates _,. SI"    per     day  Brown & Pool,. Proprietors  REVELSTOKE  TAL HOTEL  Large   iij~lit   bed   rooms.     Kate-  Table furnished with"  the choicest the market  afford**. Best -Winen~  l_icjne>r_ ~ nnd* Cigars  SI.ro n day. Monthly rate. -  J. AL1JEUT STONE, Proprietor.  THE PIONEER LIVERY-  .. .    Food and Sale, Stable of the Lardean and Tront Lake District.  S.edJle    and-    Pack    Horses  always for hire.  ���������������-*  Ficighting   an     Teaming   a  specialty.   '  -fl  "AS  '-<-'s|  -m  Dailv Siase leaves Thomson's   Lmelius;  . vi ry morning at 7 o'clock  for Triml Lake City.    For partifulnis wiite "-  CRAIG to Hll.L.MA.V. Thomson'sLandinb.  nnnn  i"wr,wv__>'"fcir~  To secure o.ie of those desirable lots  CHEAP mi the C. & K. Steam Navigation Ceunpany's site.  Dnnt    iv.**'!-   ,till    the- boom   comes  . put; way, b.it. BUY.NOW.  CHANCE  HAIG &ORAGE  A.o  Sole Agents.  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  METHODIST CHURCH ��������� Rovelatoke.  Preuubirg service- nt lt a.m. and 7:30  p.m. Cla-B "meetini. afe the close of the  mominx service, -nlibath School and Bible  Class ac 2:.'a p.m. Weekly prayer mcetiug  every Wednesday ovonini? at 7:30 p.m. Tho  pub.ic aro rordially invited.   Beats free.  HEV. S. .7. THOMPSON, Pastor.  QR ANYTHING in tho line of  JOB PRINTING. If you do  you can be furnished with the  same by THE -HERALD. We  carry a greater assortment of  paper, Envelopes, Cards, Etc.,than  any other establishment in  North Kootenay, and can give  satisi action in  Quality  Promptness  and Price.  Pi-ices and samples  furnished on  application.      Address  r-HUUCII OF ENGLAND-St. Peter's  X^ Itcvcl'tobo Hours of service: KvcnlnK  prayor daily at S o'elork. Fridays at 7:30.  Sundays and Festivals: Holy Communion at,  a.m.. morning prayer at 11. Sunday School  nnd Bible ClniR at 2-7X1, evening pntyrr at 7:30.  First Sunday in the month Holy Communion  nt morning scrvlc-os.  FRANK A. FORD, Vicar.  PREBUYTEI'.IAN CHURCH-ReTelstoke.  Service every Sunday at 11 a-m- and 7_"Q  p.m. Blb'c C'l.ss nt 2M p.m., to which  Ml aro welcome. Prayer meeting at 8 p.m.  every Wednesday.  REV. T. MF.NZIES. P-8tor.  What Do You  o  Want in Shoes ���������  If yos wast a good MIner������*_E;������o-eetn6  D. Jenkins.  I'Ton want a Read rroej>e_et_m������' Shoe comt  to I) Jenkins.  Shoes and Harness repaired oa the ���������_������___*.  notice. All line* of work k.pt la stock  at prices to snita'I.  D. JENKINS  First Street, one block from the Imperial  Bank ot Canada.  Rovelatoke Station. B. C. '  ROMAN   CATHOLIC   CHURCH ���������Revelstoke.    M_33   llrtt and third Sundays is  month at 10:30 a.m.  REV. FATHER THAYER.  SALVATION ARMY���������Meetings every night  in their hft'I on Front Street   Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 1658.  Regular meetings are held in the  Oddfellows' Halt on the second and  fouith "Wednesdays of each month  at 7:30 p.m. Visiting brethren  cordially Invited.  Dr. T. Jeflk, W. M.:  T. J. Grahame. Rec Sec.  W.G. Birney, Fin. Seo.;   H. S. WilBOn, Treas.  Ine   Revelstoke  Herald  Court  ML   Begbie,  I.O.F.. N0.346X.  Meets in tho Oddfellows' Hall on tbo  2nd and Ith Fridays of  cacti month. Visiting  brethren invited - to  attend.  J. B. Scott, C. R.  J. I,. Smith. H. S.  The Vernon Soda  Water Worte . .  M. J. O'BRIEN,   PROPRIETOR  Manufactu-er of Soda "Water. 31_g_r  Ale, Sarsaprilla and all Soft Drink-.  A full sopplr Jcept In stock at Marc ardesa  _30_w-tf  Corty's  Cold Storage,.where ardera  can be left.  L. JI. FRETZ,  Contractor and Builder.  Shop opposite Imperial Bank.  '.-_  Workmanship Ou      "   eed  Cub  kevelstoke, B. (.  {{ewelstoKe Hospital  Maternity Room in connection.  Vaccine   kept    on   band.  REVELSTOKE  IRON WORKS..  Blacksmi-tl&ixuE. Jobbing;  Plumbing.  Pipe Fitting  Tinsmithing  Sheet Iron Work   -  Machinery Repaired  Miniqg Work a Specialty.  ROBT. GORDON ���������>J0*  .-"���������Vs.  THE CANADA DRUG  & BOOK CO., Limited  WISIIKS  VOL' ALI.  A Very Happy  And Prosperous.,  THE CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  l.lMITKIl.  CHAS. K. Mc-nOXj\I.Il, MnmiKi-r.  .IcKKSZIK   AVK.,   KEVKI_5TOKK   STATION,  LOCAL  AND  GENERAL   NEWS  Write it IMlli.  * 9:30 at the Vic. feir ;i .sandwich.  Jerry   nt     the  MiniiiK  under  ���������Tom    to  Kx change.  A   PresliytPi'iitn   cliurcli   is  cinistructieiii at Casc'iile City.  The Hr.n.M.D wishes nil its readers a  hiipjiy unci prosperous Now Yenr.  ReniPitihei- the luii-hi'leii's' iii:ise]tie''r-  nde hull in Tapping's new opera litwse  on Monday evening nest.  The townsite of Oilaclstmic, in the  Boundary Creek country, has linen  sold to an Knglish syndicate for $80,-  (XK).  ���������To Kent���������Rhodesia Restanrapl.-  Apply to the proprietress on the  premises, cnrni'i" of Orton avenue: and  Second street, Kuvelsteike .Station.  The rush into the Boundary Crock  mid Kettle. llivcr districts still continues. The stage lines are taxed Lo  their utmost for .-icceiiiiinoclatlon.  Mrs. Archer and daughter, of Calgary, who have linen the guests eif  Sirs. A. Johnson for the past week,  left, for her Inline in Calgarv by No. 2  yesterday.  On behalf eif the congregation n  purse con tain ing $17."JO was presented  10 Hev. S. .1. Thiiinpsiiii on Monday  evening at the Methodist church Xmas  tree by Santa Clans.  Tomorrow the services of the  Methodist, cliurcli will lie conducted  bv* the past nr.' Morning subject:  ".'Renewal "f the Covenant." livening:  "A New Year's Gift."  The old and time-honored " Watch  Night" scrvice'.will be held to-night in  the Methodist, church, ciuniiieiicing at.  11 o'clock and continuing until 'tlie  bells ring out. the old and ring in the  new year.  Something should bo done Inwards  getting up a hockey team. Mr. .1. .1.  Cinos-tTi.-i.- received :i letter from Ilev-  i1 IstiikeeiHerinjf Lo play Katnlnnps. The  link is hardly large enough but could  ami should be enlarged lor hockey.���������  Kamloops Standard.  Hutching __- Riley's harness shop got  a scorching at Calgary the other niglit  by fire. It was apparently the work  eif an incendiary. The till was robbed  ~ nf some $70 anel the building set on  fi:e lo envoi- up the trace nf the robbery. About, $1,000 was the amount  of the damage clone.  The. tire insurance ..companies are  cancelling their Donald fire risks, as a  result, it is stnt eel, uf a recent fire in  lhe town, which is regarded .-is inad-  eqnuti'ly prulco" Ocl from conflagration.  Another incentive to this step may be  the transfer of the <". I'.R, machine  shops to Kevelstoko which will very  seriously deprecate the values nf  Donald "property.      '  The oOicers of the Revelslnke  Hockey Cluli desiio to thank all who  havo become members, thus assisting  to buy a hockey outfit and provide for  expenses in general. However, if tlie_  clnh goes tn Hcissland any new nieiii-  t>er nr iiieinbei-s wishing to join will be  ^gladly-acceptetlr-1The-meni'iin _-hip=fpp-  " is Sl.'which may be handed to U.I*.  Pettipiece. sec.-Ireus., tir K. D. Johnson, captain.  Any person having information as  to the wh..'ifalifnits of the relative.-, of  Henry Gratton. who died in this cily  lust week, will confer a favor by communicating with McDonald &" Flood,  limpi-ii'tors of the . (irand Central  lintel. ('.LSI-ado. 13.C. Deceased was a  Frenchmen and a carpenter bv trade,  having formerly worked in X. w  Denver and other .SI'--.ill towns, Itis  "-���������opposed that lie bad an uncle in  Mniitaiia.���������Cascade City Record.  At lhe regular December meeting of  the     Itevclstiike     L.O.I... ... No.    HiV-',  held on   NSVdnesd.iy evening  last th.-  fnllow imr nllli-pi-s w.-t-e cli-cU-il:    \V.(l.  liirn.iv. W.M.: T. J.  Gi-alinin.>.   H.M.:  T. W/Ji.T.-. Fin. Sec; H P. IVuipiei-i.  Roc-See:.:   T.   Stood,     Ti e.-tMiieir;    K.  Adiir. Chap.:    I". Alton. D. of C;   \V.  I!. McKechnie. Sec.    Ceiiimvtt.,i_: .1. I.  AVoodrow*. Chairman:   K. S.  Wilson.  J.     ICei-iiitgh.-in.     A.   Johnson,   Ne....  Andei-son. The lodge decidecl to hold  onlv oneinp-ting a month in future.  the first Friday in every month. With  new ollicers and more new iiieniliois  the L.O.L. has every a&biiranci.' of a  piosperous ensuing year.  The Prospector of the 17lh ins-t..  published at Fort Steele, betwe.m one  and two hundred miles east of Nelson  and within half an hour's drive of a  railway, reached this oflice yesterday,  the __7lli, ten days in transit. That i.s  lhe usual mail experience at points in  E*_<L Kootenay. If.the attention of  tlie Postmaster-General could be  distracted from that wretched  aliiirliiui. the Imperial penny postage  e-lainp. long enough lo consider the  popt-nl aiinnyaiie-es to which that elis-  "irict. is siibjfi-tc-d he might cniiside'r Lhe  great neci'Ssity Iheie is fen- iiicrcase-el  Jaeilities fur mmiiiuiiicatien].���������Nelson  Miner.  Fur months past, all through the  -' Northwest ami extending euiL into  British ("iilimilii.i. tlie.-re have been  Imiil complaints against the departmental stores iif the east. The traders  complain that customers send to these,  for many things they want to buy.  The remedy is in their own hands. It.  i.- pointed out by -i correspondent of  the Mini.-i'iiiiit" Spectator in these  wen-el.-: "If eun- ini'ii-h.inls are alive to  Iheir own interests they will advertise  jili.'i'.iily lo give a gooel class of arti-  c-Ips .-m.lat rei_-eiiia5ileprices.corisistent  with fair profit, and deal hoiic.tly  ivitli their customer*. In doing this  tbpy will have nothing to fear from  anv firm in Eastern Canada."  anil  New Year's resolutions are now in  order.  Tlie Mail man is doing good work  for liis nai'ty at Victoria!  Several deaths from freezing are  reported I'roin the Yukon.  ���������ttriigiiiii-: Co.'s ad. on page 2 may  he of intercut to you.    Rend it.  Tims. Uiiiier loTt ycsLerdiiv morning  nn a throe months'- Visit to friends iu  eastern Canada.  Monday is a pulilic holiday .nil the.  bunks and places of business in town  will lie closed for tho day.  The H.A.C., of Rossland, lias purchased the Novelty mine, paying six  cents per share fur the stuck.  The l.O.O.F. election of ollicers in  tlieir lodge room next Thursday evening.    A supper will follow lhu election.  The Grand Forks townsile people  are doing some extensive advertising  of Hull, place, in various prominent  papers.  1"'. McCarly has definitely decideel to  offer himself ;>s a candidal u to tlie  mayor's chair at the I'lirthcoining  municipal elections.  ���������To   Rent��������� Rhodesia  Restaurant���������  Apply   to   the.   proprietress    on     the  premises, corner of Orton avenue n  Second street. Revelstoke Slatiuu.  Vhe Great Northern railway has  stiiried their transcontinental time  table twelve hours. Tl'.e; C.P.R. will  likely go il. twenty-Coin- better in the  early spring.  Riolher Atkins of the Mail is not  taking the gold cure at Victoria particularly, but it is understood that he  is inteiv.stmg himself in llie incorporation deal generally.  No. 1 Fire. Th-ignde were mil, with  their new sleighs on Wednesday. The  sleighs are first class in every particular: they an: home: ninde. having been  manufactured by J. McMahnn at his  workshops on Douglas street-.  What right lias .1. M. Kellie, M.P.P..  to dictate to iiine-lent.hs of his electors  in this "town as to whether Lliey shall  incorporate Revelstoke or not? Mr.  Kellie is a servant of the people, not a  ruler, and the sooner he: stumbles on  lo this fact the belter. The citizens of  R. velstoke are ready for incorpor-  al ion and they are going to have it.  Mr. Kellie to the contrary notwithstanding.  On Thursday evening a sleighing  party drove .out. to Williamson's  ranche, where' a pleasir.it and 'enjoyable evening was spent in music,  conversation and dancing. The party  consisted of Mrs. B. Clarke, Miss  McLean, Miss Ilrown. the Misses  L"veepii' and Miss Pool, Messi"-. W. M.  Brown. A. J-:. Kincaide. W. Ii. Pool, A.  Hv.-nis, II. Nellis. XV. P. Pi-ice. L.  limiiiit,, and K. L. Lemon. Tl-.e host  and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Williamson,  aie well known for their kindly hospitality and made Thursday night's  pari j- one long to be remembered.  "The Leading-Store."  No bluster, no fuss, just business, that's nil.  STOCK TAKING  ��������� ��������� \J X"_L ____ JL-_ ���������  We take stock on February Ist. 18!.), and in  order to reduce our stock befoie that date, and  to make room for our Spring Goods, which  will begin to arrive c.irly in February, we are  olVoring  Marvellous Bargains  on the balance of our Winter Goods. We  have done a splendid Fall and Winter trade,  and in appreciation of your parrcmage will  now iilfer you the balance of our Winter  Goods on hand at a very  Liberal Reduction  DRY GOODS,  CLOTHING.  M13NS' FURNISHINGS.  HATS AND CAPS.  BOOTS AND  SHOES.  ���������    CARPEl'S.  CURTAINS,  CURTAIN POLKS AND TRIMMINGS,  LADIES', MISSES'. AND CHILDRION'S  UNDERWEAR, ETC., ETC.  JAMES GILL & CO.  TAYLOR BLOCK,  J-cKENZIE  AVE.  MARRIED  .lAClcseiN-S.Mi"nt--At, the Methodtst  p.iisoniige. Revelstoke', 11.C., hy Rev.  S. ..". Thompson, cm December iiOLli.  1S0S. Mr. Edwin Stewart Jackson  to Miss Eleamr Smith, both of Ri'velstoke. B.C.  Mayoralty.  Ui:yi:i.ktoxk_ R (\, I_oc.2lti., 1Sv������S.  To .Mn. U. J. fioritM-.:  Mr. II. J. r.CMiriH* wil������ v.-iitetl upon by a  deputation to-day, nnd tlu: nnin_T.ii.ion for the  Municipal elections fur tlie Mayoralty of Kev-  els-loko offered to him.  Wo tho undersigned ratepayers mui voters of  Revcl-toke, 15. C, IiiLvinir known him fnr a  number of yoars, nn.! learned fullv how to  appreciate h'is abilities biu-inc^'im1 Iiiiea:mr.������  ami worth, and now that tho tirre will soon b**  at hand for a Mayor and Council to be elected  to represent this'Muuudpn lity nsaCity Council  ot KeveMnkc, H. C\, Wo U%g to nffpr you thc  nomiuution for Minor oi thc abovo mentioned  -M;::::t*ir-tiiii-v. =!*i.cji:!.{;-tli,ir v'__" ���������������������������������-���������������^ u-r"������ *"'> *ff������  porept   tlio  M\mi_    .i������i" licrcby   pleiiire you our  Iior.rty supnort.  (T'ignod hy -tS ratepayers and voters.),  r  SUITABLE -GIFTS  ForThe^NEW YEAR  PRESENTS  CHAS. J. AMAN'S  j Cuse   l'i|.'S   ISIIil.   Mi'er.rliii'.im   l'ir<-"-".  I.'ice.r nnil Ciirxrctic t-'nse.-'.  Amlier mi-l'  ; il-iT-rlinmii l'ipi'y. ClKBr nml Cip-reitii  Ilol.lur.-..  Scientific    Hooks   on   .Mining  _..'Rt_������"_ Money I'lift1, l;iinj..������. eiiiitur-,  Violins,    .'.Inniloiir..:,    Auioltnri'S    .'.ml   ;  VijKir }3h:1i-. j  ������^ai_-iw--  Undertaking and Embjllrning-  R. Howson & Co.,  M.-C-On-ic Ave.'  Wholesal: and Retail Dealer in Furniture  To Rent  A First-OR������������ fl-l<nomed House ou FirFt Strcot  iibuut IU Hlocki Wr.si from the Imperial l.rtitk.  Apply for panfi'Ular.. to i*. A. >'itKT2, I.cvel-  htokc Stittion.  .,     Wanted-  A -position n. ITotol- >Jiinr.(jpr and Itook-  koepcr. has had yood ^xporifin'o and can jrivc  ^otrd referciioo-.   Apply IlK--AMtOn.ee.  Lost.  J A Mackiiit(>-<h cape, on the road between the  I Mining Kxrhnn-.-v and tlie railway station.  'Thy Kndtr will if rewarded bv lcavin*r tli^  ���������Miineiu the Mining, Kxchanjrc.   " U7-KH)  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  | Notice.  I 7t hivin? .,o������ic to our Iciiciwleilu.' Hint sonic  | nni.r'.ii.ilium, imrty bus- recently bciin visltini;  i polnr. mist of llcvcNteike iml solllnp; ^'o'oii^  i uniler our n-ino, .*- hereby notify .>ucli person  } or pT-ions' ibrtt If tliere is n recurrence of such  | fnl-e re-,,reicn:ii'.lon Hint wo shall i.i'OsOeuic  ������������������ eh,-m to tho full extent of the law*.  I ��������� .T.im      ��������� -.._._ jAMWi him. ,c- e-.n   .  l  To Let  Goody...  Two Shoes.!.  DERR ilSAUS.  "BIRDS ANIMAI.e. Kf-  *l'reser--erl  an'l   Mounte.1  J    -\ lftru-.' ht'dmoin, furni'liccl or unfurnished,  ; to one or t'.'.o perHon-J.  \    Also   up-'iJiirs  of   lnr^e   hou������e, snitiiblc  j'or  ��������� -mall fKinily.      A !so n shark, lSxtii.  ���������. .    ....    ^-   ~~f      ^.~������   .        .i Apply to owner on premises.  Third St T-p^t nf Scnnoihnuse .-n������. m. stampkr,  i Ull U Ol. Ei!-t   UI   ^*wUOUIIlUU3t j Cor .������,,,,������������������,, ..,  pn,| 0rt���������n Ave   Kevelsloke f-18.    .i?e 10 'Jui        Notice of Application  N'OTICKIS llUHl'llY OIVKN Unit iippllention  will be muilii to the I.eKlsbulvo Assembly of  tbo rrovlni'- "I ItrllKli (Joluinhi-, ill Its next  session for nil jlct Ineornornllni: lbe lirilish  Uoliiiiibin Kli'i'lrii'iilrtnpiilvCiiiiipiiiiy, l.linlti'il.  Tbe olijecis for v.'bieb the i;onipniiy Is lo be  iistnhllsbeil inul the lii;lits ami ]nnvei'S .soii|;bt  to be nei|iilreil lire us follows:  1st.���������Tlii1 iii'iiiilslllon of wnlei" nnil wnler  power by recnrils of imroeonleil water; or by  the iniri'lmse of wnli'i'reeonli or wiitcr privl-  lleiies fur nml lhe ii|i|ilieiilli>ii of such  Miiii'i' mul wnler power in nil nr any of lbe  purposes anil in lbe manner or methods  lullowlni;:  (ii) V'or ri'iuliThiK water ninl wnler powei'  available for use, applli'iillon ami illslribiillon,  by eremitic limns, Inereaslim lhe head of water  lu nny oxlstln'i; bmly nf wilier, or t'Xtcn .Iiii:  the areii llii'reofi illvi-rllnit lbe waters of any  sireiun, pond nr lnl:e Into any other channel  or I'linniiiils; laying or eieellni; any line of  llu nu1, pipe nr wire; cntiitntctlnijiiny l'ai'owny,  reservoirs, ni|iieiliicl, weir wheel, biilbllni; or  other ereellnn or work which may b" required  lu eoniicilloii with llie Improvement nnil use  ot the snid wnler and waler power; or by  nllerlni;, renewliiK, evtenillni;. Iniprovliic,  ri'inilrlniror iniiliitninlnie nny such work or  nny pari Iheroof,  (til The ni" of water or water power for  liyitniiilie inlninii; purpose-". for peiiernl lrrl-  enttou pur|ii'ses wllliln anv pari of tbe Province hi llritisli Columbia; nnil for liilllui!;.  iiinuuraeliirlni;, lii'lustrinl ami uieehaulcal  purposed, i.'.her Hum llie iji'u.'rnllon ol  electricity.  (c) I'or proiliiclni; nnv form of power nnd  for jireiiliiclni; nnd penei'nlliii,' eleelricily fnr  the purpose of Unlit, hem nu I power.  (el) l-'or I'oiiatrtie'.llnn, operailii.i; anil ninlii-  lainiiiK eloc.lrle works, power bouses, Rener-  ntliiie plant nml sueh other appliances nml  conveniences ns arc necessary and proper for  the leeneriilini; of electricity or eleclrle power  or nnv other form of developed power, nnd for  tniusintttinn lbe sntnu to be used by the power  company or bv persons or companies contract-  In.: with the'power company tborolore ns n  motive power for the operation of motors,  mncbinery, or eleetrie llshtiiitf or other works;  or lo bo supplied by tho power compnny lo  consumers for henlliiK or ns a niolivc power  for pioiiellitiK Iriiinwavs; or for ilrlvliifi, html-  iiite. liftlnie. nuinpiiiK, llithlliii., crnslilnir.  smeltliiK, drilling nml mllllup; or for any  other opernliotis to whicli it mny be adapted;  or to he used or applied for or In connection  with any other purposes for which electricity  or electric power may bo applied or required.  (".!) I'or plac'intr, sinkiiiK, laying, llttlnp,  iiialntniiilni; and rcpairim. electric lines,  accuinulalors, stornne batteries,eleetrie cables,  mains, -wires, pipes, switches, coiTnections,  branches, electric motors, dynamos, engines,  machine.'' or other apparatus or devices* cuts,  drains, water courses, pipes, polos biuldlnjrs  and other erections and works; and ereetinn |  and plnciuu any' electric line, cnble, liialii,  wire, or other electric apparatus above or  below ground.  (f) Constructing, equipping, operating and  lnalntniniug electric cablesorolbcr tininwnys  or street railways for the conveyance of passengers and freighl; constructing, equipping,  operating and maintaining telegraph ami telephone sy.steiiisiiiiil lines.  'g) The supplying of compicssed air, electricity, eleetrie power or any other form of  developed power to customers; for any purposes for which compressed nir, electric power  or anv other form of developed power may  bu applied or required.  Snil.���������To supply nir for or 111 I'oniiectiou with  refrigerators, cold storage, ventilation, conllng  purposes ami olher like purposes: tt. iitilf/.i'.  nir in the maiiuftictiirc of Ice and In about nil  other purposes lo which air, hot or cold, is or  may be applied.  aril.���������To develop water power; to convert  such water power into compressed air; lo  distribute such compressed air through pipes,  Hues nnd conduits; and Io apply such coni-  presred air to the driving of percussion drills,  hoists, engines and nil kinds ol machinery. ���������  ,1th.���������To avail itself of nnd hnve, hold, exercise- nnd enjoy nil ihe rights, powers, privileges, nil'.-iiiimies, priorities and Immunities iu  and bv Parts IV ninl VI of the "Waler 1'biusus  l.'onsoliibuloii Act. 1S97." created, provided and  conferred, or which hereafter may by imy  aniciidiacnts thereto, be created, provided and  conferred.  .-.th.���������To avail itself of, and have, hold, exercise and enjoy all tl.e right*, poivers; privileges, HilvantngL's, priorities and inininnities  created, provided nml conferred In and by the  ".Companies' lllnuses Art. 1897," or nny section  or section:, thereof or which mny hereafter, by  nny nmeii'ln'ieiil thereto, be created, provided  anil conlerred.  fith.���������To e-onstriict. maintain and operate  (rnmwai'S, street railways and telephone  system-'.' vtithi'i the Province of lirilish  Columbia.  7th.���������I'o purchase, lease or exchange, bir.jor  otherwise* nequire. bind, property, mill siies,  wi'.ter rights, records or other Uko privilege..'-"  whicli may seem lo the Company conducive to  its objects, directly or indirectly, or capable of  becoming dealt with In connection with the  Compim;.'s objects, property or rights, including the fights and franchises of oibor com-  panie.i with powers of nninlgnmation.  Slli ��������� Aiul for anv or nil of the purposes  nforesnld the Company to enter upon and expropriate lands for sites, power houses, dams,  r.ici.wi'.ys, Humes, pipe lines, electric or telephone pole lines, ties, rails, aud snob.olher  works as nine be necessary; and to consiruci  anil'nialnlai'n on ntl lands so expropriated or  otherwise acquired by the Company all works,  buildings, ereclli,ns, Humes, pipes, poles, wires,  applliuico-i or eonvcniencesni'covsiiryor proper  or wiiich may from time to lime bo required  by the Company.  Oth.���������And to open and break up the toil and  -r.avpnieiit-._of_.roa..is,_-'itrcets,_highw.'iys^nnd_  brl_>������!��������� for the purposes nfn cMild.  lutli.���������And to do nil such oilier things ns ni-e  incidental or conducive to thu attainment of  the above objects nml for ull such poweis as  mnv be no .c-sarv in tl.e premisiM.  Dnti-.d nt thc Citv of Kosslnpil "lis I'-'tli ilnv ol  December, ".MM.  DALY ._ HAMILTON,  Solicito.s for Applicants.  ai-ino-ct  HOLIDAY GOODS  Thousands   of Articles Suitable for this  season of the year.  MENS' FURNISHINGS  A Great Assortment at the  Post  Office  ������3? Wb ffc> Store.     Miners' Clothing Particulary.  ||| BOOTS AND SHOES  'M J|| M To Fit Every Foot and Suit any Taste  *M *& \fe at mostlv anv Price vou wish to Pav'  ������i^ MENS' GLOVES  III  The Biggest Assortment in town at all  prices. Good serviceable working mens'  gloves at 50 cents a pair.   Try a pair.  F. B.  LXjS  Post Office Store, g  '���������SS'K'K-rtX'-K'-'K-K'K'KMi-i-'KSi.XJ*'  . Louisville Restaurant .  opposite Cour.eler's.  Menls serveil iiL nil hours, tiny  ' nr night.  Antoni  KoBochei,  Propilotor.  -I  s-:-:-.:-KKiX-"-K*^:-K:<->������:'������:-4--������:-:>:{:-..-:  Si  .-X-uK-C-KiKiti ���������> Si-K-K ���������S-.'K+.jK.sSiK.'K.'K-i'SWS-lJ  S-   CITY  BAKERY    S  -T- ���������*  Si   CHItI3T.MAS CAKKS MADE TO ORDER   ������  ������* I1KKADI   HltK.VDI    UliKAnil    ���������        ������  McCague Bros.  Props.  -���������i-'^S-l'ffiffiX'JIi'Si^WSSSX'SSS'SSS^-'**  mm������������  N :i popul.-n- tiili; wit it the Ii!tlej������  fnlk-e. anil nhv.-iyc will l"o. Km  it i-, no more populiii' tlum nre  the two Koe'el shoes which iii.iko  up every p.iir wo sell for chil-  ilien'.s wenl". We pny ,-pec-iai  :iMention to the l'eiot e'oveiilijrs  of th.; lillle tuts. f'hililri'ii'.i  nnel (Irown-iip's Shoe Slore. . . .  AVe wunt to in.-ikij it so pleiisitnt  iu otif store, ar.il so e'e-onoiiiii-.il  for you to tr.-ulc here that yon  uilf not. want, to mi anywhere  else. \Vn want your own experience: to tenuli "yon that you  may have confidence! iu ns ....  as  Notice  DRAYING  TEAMING  "���������l-".:ial llii; ("f M..iing Furmiiirc  ������S  ���������a  1  ���������eri  1=,  C~_p~-Hoots and  shoes made to order as usual  ������!. <j. BLAND,  Front St., Revelstoke.  FAYETTE BUKER  Fire, Life, Accident, Loaning and   Investment Agent  $40,000 to Loan  On Revelr.toke Real   Estate  Property  PETTIPIECE & VAN  "'KOriHKT'lK.".  Goei'l n-v Ilird Wood K������r Sale   ..^  ^ia____fl!__i_iffl____^^  DON'T  Hack and  Couqli  Your Life Away  j NOTICK 1-4 hereby given that nppIWUcn  j \-i#! h*������ :������������<]<' t'������ th������ r^cK^Iative Assembly of  j [he I'mv-rict1 of Hrltlrth Columbia at I tit next  t k<t������__inn. for an Art lo inrorporat������ u company  I with i-owtir to construct, equfp, niftlnlaln nnil  t ������i-**r***������ a ttanrtaM or narrow ichkko railway  \ lrom _*oiuti j.^inl it or near JtitvulRloku. tlivncc  In 11 north'Tijr Oircctfon by Mi*- mo������.t fea^Ibio  r.-nit** through tho raltaytf of tli*: Columbfn,  Canoe. Krwcr nw\ i'ur������nip r!v������rs. to the Mill  ^ ' \*ita\1������1 'tt i'ltlHi*!*--, ihnnrn to (lie northrrly  iS j boiin<-������rv of th** pn������vln',������������ to a f>olnt nn or nt������nr  : tli'* 1,1 >irfl I'iv-r. or wo-torly by the most fenH-  '. (b!f������ rnnf1 t/* h vtf nt on th������r norchirrly IjouihJ-  J ������������ry at or n������'H.r A tlin I>rtlc������*; with power t-rr con-  Jstfii'-t brn.tii*!i Iim*������ from any |H������!nt on tho  1 main Iin*-', or any iu liranrhca? with power io  [ tfMibl, own, -p'jiilp. op������?ratr an'l mnintnin  i >ti>rtarn hii������1 G\htr -������*e.HR������>I**i, t_oatf. wharf*', <Iorkn  ; nnrl bttiMinic In ronn**i*tion Iherpxlth; and  I i������i buil'J. i-"ju!p, ojKrral'i and maintahi U-le-  \ srrnpb aiid t**r������iphnnc linen in eon nve tion with  l th*; s*M rt������il*-.ny and brRn-fhes; and to innke  ' tnirtic or <������tht*r arrantrement-^ with railway.  ' -fraro toat or otti^r Cnmpnnlfcs and for all  Ii������th������*r u.eua������ and n^'-e^ary power**, rl^bti or  I privilc^i"'-. in thnt tw;half.  ��������� Pat������'d this ___ th day *>f November, \b'>\  I A. St. O. !i.AMKItK/>;V,  Soliritor Xor AripUeants.  M^! ft ,  a T.rTrr.p; damp  A  UTTr_K (X)Mi  A  F.ITTLK COUGH  a vaggvm couorr  a soiip:u thkoat  jn* thkctikst  ON THK I.nNCS  PXKU.MONIA  KKVKUS  UONSUMITION'  Thk  WA V  THEV  a r,T,  j-F_.-n.N  CHECK  IT  NOW  -itrnr   JAS. McMAHON,  QENERAL_ RLAcKSMITH  Ciittei _. Sleighs KuKKies anil Wagons  inatle oi-ri.-paireil.  Ueni'i-iil wtie.nl woik a specialty.  Dr. Mackenzie^ English  Cough Balsam  GEO. F, CURTIS  -TIIE 7>Itt; ...1ST,"  .Siirc.'.esor to the MrD. A. XV, --,.,.  V.EVa.VTOKE STATION,      - t|. u.  V  The Ready  Mades  riust be Sold  I Lave 11 p-oo.l *������toi-_f of .Me-iiV an'l I'.oy^'  Rc������.lv '...ill riolhlnn; on linli'l whirli mint  t>" ili.ipo-.f.il of l.v Jan. 3l������t, WW. ^vn il Ht a  flltKAT feAi-'Kn-'lCB, ai I am now ...voting  my whole attention to enitorn i-.ork. whicli  Is Inrr'.-HNlntt every day, anil r want my  monev out of the rpa'ly niH.Ie������i. Thli jjiock  will ir: sol.l ������t ,\I(-ior,ljTKr.-t- COST, nnil  <omt of the mid size... _it I.KSfl THAN I'OST.  Mollier.", I.rlii(r yonr l->y.i nlonjt and If wc  ran tit theni. vou run almost name vour  own priei-. TlIK CtClCIIlS .MI'ST 00 '_IIIS  MONTH. Mens1 S5uit<, I'mits, Kte.. at your  own r>rie������. If the-y dont finite fit you I  will make nny alterations rcipiirf.'d free.  e'oine and exainlno the poodi and get  jiriccs; then they will go tli If month sure.  R. S. WILSON,  City Tailor.  Notice  NOTIOK IS niZHKBY OIVKN tlmt k;i applicu-  tion will be rnnde to lhe L'.'^Kliiiivc Anhembly  of tin' I'rovhicttor Uritish C'ldniubiu i*.t lu next  next ?evrion for an Act to incorporate a rom*  nam* with power to eonstrticl, cijulp, operate  ny any kind or blmlit of motive power mul  matntAln u  single  or double track train way,  ortiithiTRHiiiidard ur ir������rru\v i;.iii|te inllwny  for the conveying of passtMiKcrsor freight fniin  HOinu   point  at   or    near   JlcvelKtoko. on  the  Columbia Itiver; thenee in a northerly <lirec-  lion, follnwiiiir the valley of the Columbia and  Cnnoe Itlver* upstream  by the moat fea-ible  route on either side of the said Columbia mul  Canoe Uiwrs io tlie f>:_rd ptirallid of latitude  and wit li power to conslrwt, etiiilp,   operate  and imitntoin branch line;i aiul  nil  neeesHiiry  roads, bridge*, wnys  ferries,   wharven, dock*  roat bunker*, nnd "with  pnwer to build, own,  equip,operate and maintain steam and other  vessel*'and boats in connection  therewith and  operate the same on any unviable 11 alers and  geiiernHv enrry on the imidne&b of transportation, and with I'ower to build, equip, opernte  nnd maintain Telegraph and T^U'phoneUncf.  fn connection   with   thc  said   trriinway,  and  branehes for transmission of mehhii^cK for the  public and to aciuire water right* to supply  water or water power, and  to generate electricity for thc mippiying of light,   hont and  power as well for their own use a������ to i-ell nnd  ftipply to th������' public, and with  power to carry  on a biiuine������j* "f a Mining, brnelting and  Itc-  tiniii'^   Company,    and   to    construct,  equip,  operate, or to turn to account or n-ell or otherwise dispose of mines smelters, and refineries;  to acquire, hold and dif.rio������*(! of mining lands,  mining   right**,  coal     Jand",    timber  lands,  timtKjr elatrnH,nurrace rights or privileges, or  other pergonal  property; mid with "power  to  expropriate lamN for tbe purposes of the proposed Tramway and to acquire InndK, bonuses,  privileges or other aids frmn any Government,  or perrttoit, or bodies corporate and  to make  traflic or  other armngf-menta -with  rallwayH,  ���������tt'-nmlK>atK or ot!n:r cornpanie-i; with j������ower to  build wagon roa*!-* to be usyd In the enimtriie-  tlon of pueh tramway nr any advance of the  name and to levy   and   collect tolls   from   all  person* 'i"ing and of freight passing over nny  of mich roads, with all other righUs, powers, or  privllr-rfc^ a=i mav be nete?sary or incidental or  conducive   to   win  attainment  of  the  above  ohjr-rt^or anv of them.  JlK.WiIf(HIN. DUMnr_KTON <t INNKP,  Holicftorj for ApnlicantR.  Dated at Victoria, It.O.i December ������lh,16y.������.  v/ki.  ITH MANY THANKS FOR THE  nel patronage that wo have received  from Llie people of Revelsloke since  our commencement in biiiness here, we take  this oppoi .unity ol wishing them  ^ A .HAPPY NEW YEAR^ri  and with the new year wo hope lo see many  names adtled to our ever increasing list of  customers.  Geo. Bell S_, (to.  ', H. AMA5, MANAGER" '    J  GROCERIES,   HAY  ANB FEED.  I  fjj^i_i^'*^,v-'^i?'i'-,'-.'-'-'r>^rr!*Tr'r*>/?'0^^ ���������  v-^ -..^evsiiV-., 1 -!>_Utt-Je-!--il-CtX2.iit:<a'^hjis-__-^^���������i.^Ji^''ZJ\7:.\J<<i\.'^^A/^^\.'^i^t.i-ii^^'^it'i^.t  1 G0ODS F0R THE HQI2IDAY SEASQN ������  i  ACJtK  SKATES  UOCIKIiV anil It AC li !'.!_<-  ���������?1 00 to ?t 00.  LAMPS  Ilaiuinet anil 1'arlor���������hi nil tin; latemt clealgim  PLATED GOODS  In lhis lino wc have si..'.ur_cl the hest assortment ever clim>liiyt'il,lii llevcl-  Mokc. I'.oroi-s 1817 (loocls in (.lain nml fancy niitlerus. Tin, C-'offcc, Dessert  ami Table Sjiooiib. I'.erry Siicons. Siiijar Sliclli. Nut Craekera. Soup  l.adleu,    Knlvc. nml Forks singly or Insutn.  Our own iniike ol Air Titflit HeiileiH, the most reliable on the market,  can be hail now. j\U our work Kiiiiriimec-l.  "W.  JVC-   Xj_^.-/7"I^E3SrOE,  ha.k,d"W"jlk,e,   Tinsrs^EiTHiinsra-.  o&mm:  HARD COAL !  HARD CASH !  ANTHRACITE COAL.    $9.50 por ton.   $10.00 per ton.  Kow  is tliu  time to gc:t in your winter supply lieifore the snow falls.   Order  early.     Cash must accompany the order.  Delivered  Delivered  fremi  from  car..  shed.  f. Mccarty.  City Parcel  Delivery   AND   Hourly  Stage Line  Robert Fleming  Mammoth Clearing  ;ale-���������-  I  - V H  .������,  * 11  ���������I  rfi-  Special Bargains for 60 Days  Fallis Bros.' Creditors have instructed I. T. Brewster  11  the trustee, to dispose of the entire stock at once.  $10 Will Buy $15 Worth of Goods at This Store  The Stock is  not  shopworn, but  good fresh  goods,  having been bought from wholesalers within the  past year.      Come  and see them at once.  1   --'JKlPrWfcXiTJi'-  ������������������______���������  :^u_3?;it'-Trv  H ~  1  fl'1  "J

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