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 ^irvwuvue-<>  /  <J   C'-i<^"rK~^rl  *_ ������j.  / ���������   J^V  -ISSTJE3D   TWIOE-A-WEBK- ���������WEIDlsrESIDA.'X'S    A.3NTID    S^TTJIL3D^_.YS-  ______  Vol. II.    No. 88.  REVELSTOKE, B. C, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 189S.  $2.00 a Year in*-Advance.  aaSS_3gSSfe-?5_-eJ������-S-_5^f_^-*'  Hudson's Bay |  Company  (iKCORf-.'.-T-t) 1870  The   Most   Up-to.Pate  Outfitters  ia Western Canada.  I  s  Int������_dl_t PtoapectOM should write U~N������-  far on* at onr new -"olden, which >J  e.._t-lni.������n ezc-llunt Map add an hi  __.lm.ate of the probable cost of a (J.  complete ontflt'fo'r the Gold Fields, y  * ~" I'  Hudson's Bay Stores,     &  Calgary. |"  C--4--Y. Feb. I   1893.   "��������� ft  Haig* & Crage  Notaries Public,  Sole Agents for  Revelstoke  "^ .Townsite  MINING,  FIRE and LIFE1INSURANCE  WHITE, GWILLIM & SCOTT  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries Public, &c.  -", 8oll������ltor Tor Imperial Bank of Canada.  TarVor Block, McK-nr.ie Ave.,  RcvelstoKe Sta.  '��������� ; Money to Loan.  W. Whits. Q. C. . J. M. Scott. B.A.. L L.B.  F. L. Owllllm.   *  HARVEY   &   M-CARTER,  .Barristers," Solicitors. " Etc.     '-T -.  Cempanv'i'eii.iis toTo������n"_t * i.cr rent.  Offices:   Molsoitu Bank Block.    *  Firtt Street.   Rereistoke Station,   B.C.  ROBERT SAMSON  Wood Dealer and Drayman.  Draying and delivery work a*pc_ia'ty. Trams  ������}wftva r#������d������ on shortesmoiice. Contracts for  ^flttiVit taken- Stf Agent for the Standard  "Oil Company.  DENTISTRY  DR. EDMONDS.  (Successor to Dr. Mathisi _i.)  .  T������elh ��������� .tr_Hi������l painless.   Ilentwtrv  In nil if-  V-inrh������!.     Oflleo  over   the   Canada' Drug A  f-iok Cc.h' ���������lore.  DRESSMAKING  -.- - --j^Rs-TeMPbE."���������=������������������  (l'or.-ncrli- nl Toronto.)  Opnnjlt. Mohons Bank. First Street.  __>rM-m������\ing In all lis braurhi-s.   "~ailor-uiade  costumes a specialty.  A good Singer Feu lap innchtne for sale chcup.  FRIDAY  BARGAIN  saLes  -:OY:.   CHILDREN'S FURS  AND HOSIERY  ��������� .AT:-   K. Lawson's  Boys'   Sweaters  In various colors, good quality  just in. Call anil net. one for  your hoys; they will appreciate  tii-in this winter.  Ladies' Scotch  Plaid Gloves  These New Knitted Scutch  Plaid Gloves are the very latest .  ort, and are now quite the  thing worn hy the Ludii-s of  Eastern Cities. These Gloves  nie pretty, .serviceable jintl up-  to-ehite. I.udie.s cri.ll and see  them.  Men's, Women's.  and Childrens  Gloves and  Mitts  We have just received a large  . assortment���������in fact .we lielieve  we have t.he best line in Rovol-  btoke. 1'i'iees in .irceucl with  llieijuiility.  Childrens  and Ladies  Tana O'Shanters  A Splendid Line, quite appro-  priale   fnr  lhis  season of  llie  '  year���������at Moderate Prices.  *  Mrs. H.  TEA WILL BE . KKVED EVERY FRIDAY  AJTERNOO!..  TBTOUH.  IOS-4  PLftttf  FHHi  BHUB  The- fertilizing power eif this preparation is duo to it luring a well balanced  mixture of all the ingredient., necessai y  I'eir the nourishment of cultivated  plants.  Try it and prove for yourself what a help it will be  to you.  CHAS.E.REID  . Louisville Restaurant .   ������  oppojlla Coursier's. j*  Meals served at all houts, clay   w  or oight. 2  Antcrol BoBocbci, Proprietor.      &  -_3~^������t-____j_ra3__no-_-������t*  -Fancy^������������������  Glassware  Our Stock of Fancy Glassware  is simply the easiest place'in  town lo" select a 11 AM I ISO M IC  'XMAS GIFT for your friends  and tliey aio not only pretty  Iml useful.  Great  Departmental  Store  Jack frost  is beginning to stalk about shivering the limbs and el-.altei-iii.i_: (he  teeth ot the boys ivliei .-ire. not,  covered with a warm overcoat.  Keep the  hoys warni  Is your hoy one eif those who  sulfur from the l-olil. ".Poor little,  fellow." Why should lhis - he  necessary when you can so che _i ply  purchase from ns a "warm, well  made overcoat.  Boys' Nap  Reefer coats  Boy.' Blue Nap. Reefer'..oats*  lined with tweed iit .$~!.0y upwards  c-.-in he bought 'here.   '"  Youths' rliuo Nap Reefer t'ei'-ils.  well lined, sizes 30 Lo-80 at $3.1)0  upwards.  Girls' Blue Hap  Reefer coats  Girls' Ulue Nap Reefer Coats,  lined wilh twccel, at $2.__!5 upwauls  can be bought here.  BoysLErieze  Ulsters  Parlor  Lamps  We have a few of these which  we feel certain will sell without out' telling you all about  the 111. Jusl call and see them  and get our pi-ices before purchasing elsewhere. We have  ' also a good assortmentof other  Lamps whicli we guarantee  In all other lines  Equally good value is to bo  found, lint in the above tve are  making specialties this  week.  Our Cranberries  Are Really Nice and will make  Excellent Sauce for your  Xmas Turkey    c"  SECURE THE MATERIAL  for your 'XMAS CAKE from  us.  LB. Hume  &Co.  WHOLESALE    AND     RETAIL  GENERAL MERCHANTS  Bnya' Fiioze Ulsters, lined with  I weed and fitted with high collars,  at S 1.00 upwai els.     .        '    -  Boys' Overcoats  and Suits   ������  All other kinds of Hoys' Overcoats and jSuits likewise obtainable  at the great departmental store.  Bring your boy along and lei us  iit, him with what will please him  most. "  1-  Mackinaws  Ask to see the famous Cares  Mackinaw Waterproof. You cannot tear it. The only Genuine  Mackinaw manufactured in Canada.  A full  range of sizes in slock.  Make a note  of this  Extraordinary values throughout the store, not in one department only, but in every department will await visitors. All  ��������� worthy and seasonable goods anil  no matter how small the price  there is an absence of the cheap  and.trashy.  i,1  . Everything exactly as represented   here.     If nut  money   will  be  cheerfully refunded.  Mail Orders Carefully filled.,  IF NOT,  WHY NOT?  Has anybody any ��������� idea why this  place i.s still delaying to take the last  necessary step before incorporation?  The HlcitALD for otic lpis not nor can  it lind anybody who (h.is. The chief  difficulty seems to b^ to find somebody  to start the-ball rolling again. 11 will  be necessary, we suppose, lo call  another public mooting lo do all that,  still remains lo he dijne. namely, to  fix the date of the fii-stj'-leclion. Somebody musl call it. WiJI not the. committee of the Board of (Trade take the  mat lei-up at its'next-meeting? The  HKHALI) does not -see'.-wlio else i.s to  como forward and it seems rather  futile that the last step in a matter  cm wliich everyone is agreed should he  emy longer postponed for want of an  initiative.  The mailer is one which cannot any  longer be safely delayed. The question of fire proleclion is one which  alone renders llie incorporation of the  town a necessity. Al present, we aie  practically depending upon our two  fire brigades not only to give their  services in ease of fire but also to raise  the money to pay for lliu rent, of the  hydrants at'$20 a year ror 2. of theni  and for the erection of lire hails and  the purchase of appliances for. extinguishing' fire. They tan huidly be  expected Io do all this on a government grant of !j.300 between them and  llie consequence is that various expedients have to be resorted to in order to  meet curt cnl expenses, while the  question of a lire- llall] for No. ii is  demanding asetllc-ui.-nt'. which is not  f.iitiicc'iiiiing.. x'nis happy go lucky  slate of affairs is a very unworthy one  tn be allowed to exist in :i place like  this. There is only one wayof putting  an etui to it ei nil thai is by incorporation.  In oilier respects, too, the lunger we  delay,the greater lhe initial dilliculties  nf pulling this town into shape will be  anil the less enviable' will he the task before the lir.slcciiiurii. Private enlerprUe.  is doing what il cun lei lessen some of  the more intolerable conditions which  at present sun omul existence here',  but il i.-. at the same time creating in a  certain sense vested interrsts wliich  Tiljiy'TlasirwilirtlHriTTbre gcneral~plaTfs  c>f improvement, adopted by the first-  city council, lt, is a mistake to suppose thai because private individuals  are building sidewalks and pulling  cut street lights lhat lhe dilliculties  which will face the new municipality  are heing lightened. . Itis quite possible Ilia I, they may be found to he  increased by" this most praiseworthy  but at the same time spasmodic and  individual form of  private enterprise.  The Hkrald therefore urges upon  thc people of this place to delay no  longer to take the step which they can  no longer iis a self-respecting community 1 cfusc. Time enough has been  lost already. Further procrastiiiiilion  wilMie simply criminal.  Bourne Bros.  THE MILLIE MACK GROUP  THIS PROPERTY TO   BE   INCORPORATED SHORTLY  THE   WORK   SO    FAR  A CLOSE GAll  Passengers  on   the  Shuswap   &  Oka-  -    nagan Railway in a Bad Wreck  Passengers norlh bound to Sicamous  on the Shuswap to Okaiiiifran branch  of the Canadian pacific H.iilway, In el  a narrow escape from death on Salm ._  day evening last.  They were in a bad accident ou the  line, particulars of which were received  in ''Vancouver on Sunday, says the  Province.  The accident occurred six miles  sonlh of Sii-amous. ,| While the train  which included the superintendent's  private car, was proceeding north at 'i  fair rale of speed, the b.igir.ige, express  cnr. passenger i-eiach and superintendent's private car, left tlie track.- The  engine, onc box cat. and a cattle  car kept the track, anil three box cars  cashed down a IS foot dump.  The p.-issengi-rs were Iftidly shaken  up. but. no one was injured. The  track was ripped up for a considerable  distance.  The engine ran to Sicnnioiis. (aking  the passengers, express, mail and  baggage, anil arriving in time to conned with the No. 1 west bound.  The track was repaired iind cleared  for tialHc late hist night.  The accident was full of terrible  possibilities and that ucr f_ tali tics  occurred is a miracle.  The Ore Runs From $50 to $230 to the  Ton, and the Vein is a Large Or.e���������  Who tlia Incorporators Are to Be  And Other Particulars��������� C. C. Wood-  house One of the Leading Lights  The.Millie Mack is to he incorporated.  This property is located on Blue  Grouse mountain,Cariboo Creek camp,  in the Slocan uiining division. This  properly was located iu 1806 and was  aceiuiri'd by its present owners by  purchase from the original locator.  Then (here ensuerl a vexatious lawsuit, wliich lasted for two years.  The suit was brought by a party who  claimed llias he had grubstaked the  original locators. The case was taken  out of the courts on the 1st. of August  last and a clear title given to the  present owners. Since tho question of  Iillii was settled lhc work of developing this property has been in active  progress, and in this period 851) feet of  tunneling and 300 feet of surface cross-  euttintr lias been made. In addition  to this'gocid winter quartersiiave been  constructed for t.he usenf theeniployes.  Iirorder that the ore might be gotten  out to where il could bu transhipped  to the smelter 5V miles of trail has  been cnnslructeil from tho property to  Blue Grouse. Over this the ore will  be r.iwhideel. Besides '21 miles of  sleigh road has been constructed from  Blue Grouse to Mineral Cily. Here  connection is made with a wagon road  that ceir.iUH.-ls Mineral Oily willi Burton, on the Columbia river.    ���������'  C. C. Woodhousc,. consulting engineer "Tor. Ihe Kamloops -fining and  Development Company, is oneof the  leading spirits in the new company  <h-~t is lo lie formed to operate the  Millie Mack, fie was seen recently  and listed what, the intention of himself .".nel associates was in relation to  tl'.e Millie Alack property.  '���������I think." replied Mr. Woodliouse,  lhat wo will stock il. Our plans aie  not fully fiirniiil.iteil, bul, we are con-  siclei in? wliolhor eve will sell all the  slock in one large block or dispose uf  it to individuals in parcels lo suit the  purcha'-ers.  The Millie Alack properly, is in good  condition.    We nro sacking the ore we  are. extracting Il-is_.*ill_ reacly-r-lnsba  rawliidcd out so thai, il can he_shipped  to the smelter for reduction. 1 intenel  to go to the property in a day or two  for the purpose or superintending the  rawhiding operations."  "How high does the oro run in  values?"  "The ore is of a high grade and goes  from $30 to %'lTid per ton. Two-lliirds  of the value is gold anil onu-thiril is  silver. oTlieroarc samples of nre (hat  can bo sorted onl. which will carry  S'JOO in gold anil 300 ozs. silver."  " How wide is the vein?"  " The pay chute of pure ore. which  is exposed, is four feet wide and 130  foot in length. It is exposed along the  hillside for thai distance. The crup-  pings of the vein can be traced around  Blue Grouse mountain for a distance  of two and a half miles."  "Who will he associated with you in  the organization of the IM il lie Mack  Mining Company?"  " Thc incorporators are tl.E. Foster,  F. M. Wells, myself aiul two other  directors, who have nuL yet been  selected."���������Hossland Miner.  NINE OF THEM DROWNED  S.S.   AINSWORTH SWAMPED OiM  KOOTENAY  LAKE  SOME TIME  DURING LAST.HICHT  The Accident Occurred rive Miles  South of Balfour, Opposite Pilot Bay,  on the Lake���������Four Officers and Three  Passengeis Among' the List of the  Dead���������Further Particulars Later  Balfour, Nov. 30.���������x'he steamer  Ainsworth, plying between Kaslo,  Nelson and Kootenay points, was  swamped last night about five miles  south of Balfour. Nine men were  di owneel, including the engineer,  fireman, first officers, steward anel  three passengers, Further particulars  later.  THE FRENCH THEATRE CO.  Will Play at Revelstoke Next Saturday  Night  The French Theatre Co.. who play  hore at Tapping's Theatre on Saturday  nighl, come very highly recommended-  by the press of Rosslaiid. Nelson,  Kaslo'and other points where . they  have heen recently playing to packed-  houses. Tickets aro now on sale at F.  B. Wells' and G.J. Aman's.  The Kaslu Kootenaian has the  following flailering notice of their  recent visit there:  Tho production of the war drama  "A K.-iir Rebel," iit the opera hon*e  last nighl by the French Theatre Co.  .was'opo of the ..-greatest ������uc'c.'sses'  elironicloel in the history of,the house.  The company is a strong one, well  balanced, anil every member of it does  his or her utmost to correctly interpret U'.e assigned part,. Carefui attention has been given to .'ill details,  which makes the production enjoyable  from beginning to end. Botween the  acts some first-class specialties 111 e  introduced. Even without theso the  drainn would lip. a big drawing cant,  but with them it cannot fail to pack  t.he theatre overy evening.  The plot of the play deals with the  civil war. and throiiqhoul runs a be.-iu-  tiful love story. Blossom Bo-irdman  as the " Fair Rebel," was always  .oqn.'il to the doniands of the part anil  met, the climaxes with a skill that  _woii_liei'���������lhi__l'.i':ii'ty_appla',ise-of���������the-  ancliiMice. Eva Earie French scored a  pronounced success as Sally Woods  lhe wife of a noted gootilla. fl is a  hard part, but she caught Lhe spirit of  it even to the southern style of asking  for a chew of tobacco.  SAME AS SPOKANE'ttTfi  RESULT  OF   RECENT   FREIGHT  CONFERENCE  FAVORABLE   TO-  REVELSTOKE  Another    Step".in--the .'History   of-the'  Progress   of  This   Place   Has".Bise._    '-  _ . ..*\.  Taken���������Its Future as   a   Distributing"  Point   Assumed��������� The   C. Fs.. R. Will'  , ' * - >  *���������  -.  Fignt Spokane from  Revelstoke  The Herald congratulates thc board*"  of trade and more especially'.tho' ener-"  getic members of   its   committee. on*  freight rates ou tho  highly  successful'  termination of its long ahc? persistent*'  struggle with lhe. C. P. R. authorities*; .  for recognition "of-Revelstdke as  th'e"  natural  distributing'point for" Kootenay on tlie main line' of the  C. P.'R.'  Word, has been received l-.j-one of the  committee'that as a result of a recent"-'  conference of the Or P.-R": 'oflicials on '   ���������'-  freight rales..R.eyelstuWe is to  be'ac-'   ���������'  corded precisely the'satiiej-ates asthat*"*.. *  most favored railway* poiut,  Spokane.'  Tliis siinplv means that our future as a"'l' -  commercial point is'assured.    Another  stride and a long  strid'e   atr thrCt* hasv  been   ' '  taken        towards-     - ina_ing.*  -f  Revelstoke      one        of       tiie*'    most*'  important business pointson the iiiiiin- .  land.      Second   oblyX^to    Vancouver'  there is no place  in   BritishColumhia;'-  with more assured and   brighter  pros- '  pects before it as this present juncture. .  than Revelstoke-. '  It  has  no   possible '  coniinerci.il'il val in "Kootenay  outside J  of Nelson, which will  hold   the  south '  and   the   Crow's Nest,   traffic,  .while >  Revelstoke retains the" ncirth'-'and. the-"  '  main-lino.-- No.hinRij-efc_in.thb hjst.Qry '��������� "  of this place has happc-non.of such" fiu?*T *'  reaching importance uV its' future pros-,",,  peri lyase the iiiiuounceriient.w.hieh was J"*  ineule yesterday that!this freight rata '.'  question had'b.en" at"* last   settled   iu '  our favor*. -     , ."-'"-'  Thirl onu cents i.s now considered as  an inside price for copper. Some  holders have declined to oiler even at  this figure, anil t.he market shows a  tendency to move, up at least one-  point. As is usually the i.-isu the  large consumers are buyinir only what,  is necessary for immediate consumption. All the copper mills are hu������y  and their consumers aro active in their  various departments,���������Western Alining Win Id.  Last Sunday being Advent Sunday  there was a second celebration of the  Holy Eucharist al 11 a. in. at St.  Peter's church. The vicar litis taken  for his subject al Sunday evensong  during advent lhe Four Last Things,  ���������Death, Judgement. Heaven iind  Hell. The litany of the Four Last  Things will be sung, one part for  each Sunday, at evensong during tho  season. The choir have already start-  eel to practice their special music for  Christina-.  MCEWEN, THE HYPNOTIST  Genuine in Every Sense oi  thc Word-  Large Crowds Attend  "The Groat McEwen." hypnotist,1  assisteel by Miss Cf race M'lynan], said  to lie America's most weuuleifiil cat.i-  lentii-al .subject, are now doing a five  nights engagement in Tapping'--  Thoatre. The .. Itendatie e> Monday and  last evening was verv good, but, tonight there will be il nun ll larger  alU'iielane-o. as AIcEwun lias made a  name for liitm-clf here, as well as in  the larger cities. To begin with,  Ale-Eiven is too well-known bv sensible and intelligent men of Canada to  possibly be a fake, a.s three individuals  who were hissed from the hall last  evening led themselves; to believe.  Any person who will go upon Mc-  Ewen's committee and go through the'  ridiculous performances lhat ������oiue of  his subjects elo, in their normal mind  ���������well there's surely something wrong  with their works. Thc exliibitieins  given by AIcE'vi-n hist evening iveic  marvelous, and a Hek.vi.I- man, for  whom money hath no charm, can  assure anyone in Revelstoke th-it if a  subject lays his mind thoi-iiiighlj' lo  the test for the first few minutes, they  will become mesmerised anel possibly  hypnotised. McEwen anti Aliss Givee'-e  Alaynarcl are all that has been said  thev wore.      .,  Says the Toronto Globe: " The  mining of British Columbia has passed  beyond the placer era and beyond the  stage of speculative purchase and  stock selling. It is now established  a lining the substantial industries of  the Dominion, anrl as such it must be  considered in dealing with our itidi-S-'  triai  -ev.-c-lopmr-n!," -  DELIGHTFj-L-SCENERY U.  A"' Nova* Scotian's Opinion of the   North 1*  Kootenay-District-      ~   '.-_*."  Mr.   Richaiel - Cl-aig,;* ��������� ex-mayor   of  Triii'b,'Nova  Scotia,' who,'with  Mi-sN.  Craig, visited their   son,   Andy Craig,"  of  Thomson"s    Landing.." some  few  months ago. has art excellent article in  the  Truro  Weekly" News  of 'his  trip-''  -frouf-Ncmi���������Scotia��������� to"1"^Va'iicdnveiT-Orff  this     district     Afrl   Craig,-speaks   as '  follows:  "At  Reve!s"tofce wei left tlie' main1'  line, going drtwn to Arrowhead, where "  we took steamer for Thomson's  Ijitnd- '  ing, soje")urhing here for 10 days at onr  son's place of business.       The "scenery"  from Revelstoke, along  the  Columbia ���������  Valley, is extremely picturesque.. The '  river    wanders   through"' a   beautiful '���������  valley from one  to   three  miles'wide, ���������  which."is liei"fni("i-"in  01V the  west by  the .snow-capped  peaks  of the  "Golel ���������  Range,"  in   an   unbroken   chain,   be- '  tweeii    which     are     many   immense "  glaciers, wliich gleam' in the' sunhght;' ���������  while thei east side is * fri'iigce! 'with an  equally gigantic" range���������the  Siilkiik.-..  Miuiy-limcs during my stay here did I  walk out to adiiiire " the; .scene,   which  once beheld'  can   never  be  forgotten. ���������  Thompson's Landing is a small mining  town on a track of rolling land, "it the ."  head"    e.f     the   North-West   Arm   of  Arrow Lake, unci is   surrounded   by a"'-  mining   country.*     Tliere   are   a   few  acres or land 'suitable  for cultivation :  iu favored localities, which glow.gooel.  vegetables, as good as can he grown.in a_,  any other   part   of   Canada,   and   for  ' ,  which, those who prow thom,  receive *  fur'all they want to sell,  from  two to "  five cents pl'i-'pouncl.  We   visited   several   mining camps :  all milling for silver anel lead���������no gold.  The ore from these  mountain mines is -1  pi'.ckec. elowii on horse's' b icks for long -*  distances, through  steep, winding and '  intricate paths? to  water' comrnunica- '  tion, thence by riveis and  lakes ti the  sniolle:-?.   co-ling'    a large - 'sum  for  transportation alone.''  Surelv   mining -  here is come  under   in.iny tlifiii-.ilties '  not known in lhis.  our  favored   little  province of Nova Scotia.' '(  Returning to Revelstoke we passed  over'the'Pacific end'of  tht* C.P.R.  to '  V.-mco-r.-er.'    The scenei-y'is very fine, -  as is the climate also"    There are 'many  t6wna and villages alonR the rOiiti'.and- ���������  Brie farnls and  grazing  lands".'- .Large  numbers of both horses and" cuttle iiii-  to be seen as we  skirt  ii'ong  t\< - O   -"  i;r_bi3, Frasor and Thomson river**.*" Revelstoke   Herald  Published in Interests of  Bar slstoke, Lardeau, Big Bend, Trout Lake  lllecillewaet, Albert Canyon, Jordan  Pass and Eagle Pass Districts.  A  JOHNSON......'. Proprlet    ���������  A Beml-Weokly Journal, publlshod ln tho  Interests nf Re.elstoko and the surrounding  district, Wednesdays and Saturdaj 6, making  sloeest connections with all trains.  Advertising Rates: . Display ads, j~1.~~ per  folumnl-C-.V-.-" por Inch when lnserti-don titlo  pace. Legal ails. 12c p-r (nonpareil) lino lor  Bnt In Bertie, d ; 8c tor each additional loBorlion.  Reading notices, 15c por line each issuo. Birth,  -Carriage and Death notices, froo.  Subscription ltates: By mail or carrier. ~_ 00  per annum ; 91,15 for six months, utrlotly In  advance. _ T .  our Job Deportment: Tiik Her_i.~i Job  Department,-la-ono of tho beat equipped  printing offices in H'cn Kootenay, and I* pro-  pared to execute ell kinds of prlutliiK in first  class stylo al honi Bt prices Ono prico to all.  No job too largo���������none i������o smi) 11���������for us. Mail  orders promptly attended to. Give us a trial  onyournextordir.  To Correspondents: ��������� We Ini corroapond-  eDce on any subject of Interest ~o tho genoral  i ublic, and desire a rcllubl' regular corros-  pondent - In every . locali' surrounding  Revelstoke. In all casos the bona fldo namo  of tho writer must accompany manuscript, but  not necessarily for publicalio'-.  Address all communications  -       REVELSTOKE HERALD  Revelstoke,    . C  FRENCH ARMY   OFFICERS  The officers ot the French army are  drawn to a great extent from what In  Franco may almost be called tho dangerous classes; many of them aro  members of Royalist families still at  heart disloyal to the Republican government; many more have heen  trained rigidly in the precepts of   the  JABS WITH THE LANCE.  _.������..������ ������������*--* __ ������" _>-��������� _--��������� _.���������������" _-._��������� _-_���������"_���������  From The Free Lance.  Often iu our moralising- .'its in those  oft helter skelter to have it filled. The  moment she is gone, the doctor looks  at you sharply and says:  "Now look hore, listen lo me. Do  you wish your life saved?"  "Well, say!"  "When that medicine comes, don't  tako it."  Hero ho pulls out a silver mounted  !~~~~~~~  wind that great financiers like Gos-  chen and Rotlischild'-could never have  thought up If they had lived a billion  years. The scheme is worked on Sunday. The better the clay the better  the deed. All you have to do it, on  the Sabbath morn as the hells are tolling and summoning you to worship,  to put some cobblers wax on thc soles  clericalism in which Gamliotla saw the'columns vve havo m_'.i_    iui_i,..co    to flask from his pocket and says in quite   of your shoes anil todello forth.    Take  'Here tako a  are   up  worst enemy of France.    There is still the futility of worryn_t_.  Winn i.idccil an unprofessional tone  a    large    class   of    Frenchmen    who, is there worth worry inn about m this slug."  affecting    to sec    in    the    Republican blessed country!    it  one is  nauiy elc-     And lo!  next   morning you  government a usurping    power, wash sirous    ol    woi-ryiug.    Is    not    li tippy and down town as usual,  their hands of civic   politics   as   if it unless  wonyin;;.  a.ixious  to   worry,��������� . ���������  . ���������  were an  unclean    thing,    and    resort there are  WLincn   built  that  way���������let J    xc.ii'  moro than ever to the army for a him go to a country whore there is Et:iyeel over night at a rancher's house,  career. Such men sneer at President, something worth worrying over. We After supper while smoking our pipes.  Chamber and Ministry alike. Tlieir imve been In this counlry going on ctitiv.-rsatioii turned on a European  whole habit of mind is disloyal anil livo years now anil have yet to lind war. It is really curious how people  nothing but opportunity is needed to the man. llio condition, or the eir- who dwell in shacks far oul in the  make theni active enemies of the gov- t-.imsUini.'C���������no matler how untoward eamntry and never see any on3 cx-  ernmont tlieir country lias chosen for .--thnt has succeeded in causing us a copt when they ehive into the local  itself. The danger is that the govern- mouicm's worry. And yet we have village after groceries and booze, will  ment may almost at once have to |,( on "up against it" all that time, persist in conversing about weighty  teach these mutineers tlieir duty, that vho only man who could como any- questions of the elay and impossible  they may turn  upon it, and  that the where near ll is tho Chief of Polico.  NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS.  1. All correspondence must bo legibly  written on one side of che paper only.  %. Correspondence containing personal  matter muBt bo signed with tLe pr per name  of the writer.  3. Correspondence with reference to any  thing that has appeared In another paper  mnst first be offered for publication to that  paper before It can appear in _n_ Herald.  WEDNESDAY,  NOVEMBER  30,  1SSS  THE MOODIE EXPEDITION  From  The Calgary Herald  Frank    Lafferty, who    accompanied  over    the      Peace  Edmonton   to    the  with   his   parents,  peoplo of France may he off theii  guard, and it is conceivable that, it  might bo overcome by a treacherous  assault. We sec in Franco an overgrown army organised in the first instance to resist external pressure,  threatening to break up that system  of public liberty regulated hy law  which it was meant to protect.  n hack seat anil put on an air' of reverence. Towards the close of the service a man will como zig-zagging  down the aisle with th3 plate. By  llie time it reaches you, who aro sit-  Innisfnil a few weeks ago we ' tinK demurely on the outside scat, next  the   asle,   the  pinto  shoulel   he  pretty  well laelcn with colns.Now all you have  to elo  is   to  reach   towards  tho   plale  as if you wore about to drop in a ?5  gold piece, and by an awkward movement upset the whole shooting match.  The rest is easy.   Thc coins roll In all  directions,  and   with   many  apologies  and  expressions of sorrow, you  walk  hither and thither helping lilm gather  them up.    Of course half of the coins  ' adhere to the wax on you shoes, and  1 you can pick them off afterwards elur-  liarity, we should judge, based on the I ln������ thc <l������*-*������logy.    The worst of this  political problems such as are keeping  fellows like Salisbury and Ilanotaux  guessing day and night.   It is a pecu  THE MOLSONS BANK  Incorporated by Act of Parliament 1S55  ?aid up Capital    -    $2,000,000  tai. Fuqd   -     -     -     1,500,002  Head Office���������Montreal  BOARD OF DIRECTORS  W .Molson Macpherson, President  S. H. Ewing, Vice-President  W. M. Kamsay Henry Archbale  Samuel P'iuloy   J. P. Cleghorn  IL Mark land Molson  F. Wolferstan Thomas, Gen. Manas'"'  A. D. Durnford,  Lispee-lm  H. Lockwood, Assistum 1ii(=ii..i :.<:i  The bank receives on favoui.-ii.i.  termslheaccounts of individual-.(bur-.,  hankers and inunioiiinj and ntli-i  corporations.  Interest allowed on deposit, a:  current rates.  English and American nxe.hn.nK"  bought and _,_ M at lowest imwh  ROMEO AND JULIET  Inspector Moodie  river route from  Yukon, is visiting  looking   remarkably   well    after   his  trip.  Inspector Moodie's party of five in  all slaughtered their horses soon  after leaving Half Way river for dog  feed and later dried some of the meat.  Further on they cached a large portion of their provisions about 15 ��������� clays  eaEt of Fort Graham, whicli^ was  reached on January 18th. On arriving there they found provisions were  short and could get little but flour.  (The Indians* were themselves in a  starving condition, game being scarce)  and on this and what fish' they caught  through the ice they lived for some  time, the snow being too soft anil  deep to allow of their going back to  fetch provisions from - their cache.  Later the Indians managed to secure  a few moose and the snow being  crusted they'were enabled to fetch in  their provisions." The party remained  at".Fort Graham until March 1st, when  they left for Quesnelle to purchase  ' fresh horses, going down" Finellay  river, up Parsnip river to Macleod  lake, then 90 miles to Stewart Jako  and from thence to Quesnelle. Returning north they arrived again at  Stewart lake on May 14, there they  waited one month for the grass to  grow so as to feed their horses for  the return trip to Fort Graham byway of Mauson creek, between  Mauson creek and Fort Graham they  had to cut their way through a good  deal of bush. They finally left Fort  Graham on their long journey north  on July ISth. proceeding along the  east side of the somewhat turbulent  Findlay river, which was crossed  twice. They then crossed the divide  ��������� to Black river, which was followed  for a considerable distance en route  to Sylverton outposts. thence to  Sylverton    Landing    on Dease    river,  ���������where���������they���������rested.-iafter.wards pro^.  r .eding to Liard post, which was left  on September 1st. They then followed the Francis river and lake arriving  at the site of Pelly Banks post on  October .th. They got rid of most of  iheir outfit and proceeded in a little  canvass canoe towards Hoole rapids,  v.hich they reached October 5th.  Some distance further on, continuing  their journey down the Pelly river.  they bought a Peterborough canoe for  SSOO.OO from some miners. The ice  v.as now forming rapidly in the river  and soon they came to an ice jam of  eight miles over which ihey found ii  impossible to carry their canoe and  supplies, so the-y then decided to continue their journey on foot, arriving  at Fort Selkirk, at the junction of the  Pelly and Yukon rivers, very little the  worse for their long anel tiresome  journey, during which they experienced no sickness. Two elays later  the steamer Ora came along and on  her Inspector Moodie and two of his  party, including our young townsman,  Frank Lafferty, embarkeel for home  via Skagway anel Vancouver. The  other two members of the party proceeding to Dawson for the winter.  Frank Lafferty reacheel Calgary Sunday morning. November 20th. and was  warmly welcomed by his old friends  and acquaintances. We hope in a  later number of The Herald to give  an account of an interview with Mr.  Lafferty in which he describes his experiences on the journey north.  Inspector Moodie says that though  he does not recommend the route as  a means of reaching the Yukon proper,  the intermediate country will .likely  prove far richer than the Klondike  from the indication of golel anel  epiartz which he observed on tho  journey. This bears out what The  Herald has contended all along,  from information gathered from  various sources, viz.. that the country  between Calgary, Edmonton anel the  Klondike woulel bid fair to more than  rival the Klondike both in gold anel  other valuable minerals.  Inspector Moody says the Indians  were very unreliable as guides, knowing but little more than their own particular hunting grounds. The journey had to be done hy compass.  It speaks highly for Llewellyn Wilson's ability as a map artist that Child  &. Wilson's Klondike map issued last  January shows almost in every particular the route followed by Moodie's  party, except that the latter strayed  several hundred miles out of the  track in doubling back to Quesnelle.  Tho weifil "worry" is not of classical origin. It is not a Latin or samc j���������.jnciplc as tliaj~ on Which pen  Clock wonl. but. probably Saxon or ni\CSR thumps, the pariahs of society,  old English. 11 originally mean., lo whi|0 partaking of mulligan stew  seize by the throat or strangle, as llnf]ei. ., nljiw.ly culvert, turn their con-  say, a elog worries a rat, or a cat yorsation to Howard Gould's marriage  worries a mouse. Any thing that wjth Miss Dressev_ nlc ]atest big deal  worries proilnees unpleasant emotions, in Wall stl.eet_ oi. til0 assumption of  and theso .'prevent the healthy action Cuba's debt. This man from near  of both hotly and brain. With us - lnnisfail having commended England  it is not the dogs or cats that do the upon ]ier firm stal���������i rc i^-ia Fashoda  worrying, but the small cares anil affair, and having duly planned out a  Oxford and Canibrid������~e as is well '.troubles which keep us anxious and few alliances that woulel ensure a  known.'have had troubles and discord uneasy. Thoy do ���������t "worry us to proper balance of power in Europe for  over the Question of women students!death" literally, but they come pietty y������ais to come-(>r Salisbury liac1 heard  in the University The College of near it sometimes. The action ot them he would have dropped dead) ���������  Wales at Aberystwith is now in a con- \ sorrow, anxiety and worry <J������anges ,,0 v-cnt on in somewhat heated Ian-  dition of terrible unheaval The our whole physical system, let alone guage to express hopes for a general  women s udents here.P who aro very'our mental lay out One should there- European war. He suid he wanted to  numerous live in their own block of fore try and assert his will power and Keo the whole of Europe in a blazo,  1. iTdings Some nights ago ono o .self control, and assume direct charge armles intermingling on the field of  tlidin after e.ark held a conversation of his own feelings, at least to the ox-.tattle, blood running down tho streets  with a male student through a win- tent of killing tliis worry germ  dow, which, by the way, was well out  of reach.   The conversation    was    of  the briefest, consisting chiefly of "good age js a person who is happy  night" and must have been audible to'happiest people arc thoso who culti-  all anil sundry. The matron in charge, | Vato habits of prudence anel forc-  nvercomc by the heinous broach of, thought, desiring only a comfortable  decorum, summoned Juliet's mother independence, contented with simple  to remove her shameless daughter, I pleasures, and who "cut their cloth  and also appealed to the principal to'according.'* Lot a $200 a month man  xpel Romeo. The principal refused. !COntent, himself in the $200 a month  Then an appeal was made to tlio'ciass, and not jump around among  enato.   The reverend   body  discussed  tho 5-1.000 a year men.   Let the $100  the matter for more than    30    hours, Ia month man trot in his  'own    class   ^^^  ^ ���������1L11 n lu(, VL Ulllul  nel decided to reinstate Juliet, but to ,uui he will be happy. The $a0 clollai BniS; COilsigI10d to the Imperial bank,  ucarcerate her in a private house, 'a month thc samo way; samc with the 0n avi.ival we were all shoved into a  where sho cannot contaminate ' her ,~.io man. Ono earning loss than $30 j 0 jron immigration shed, where  ellow    students.     Romeo,    less    for- \ that   can  placo  himself   In  tho  hobo we remaincd qUjCt|v for a number of  IMPERIAL Bi\NK.  -���������OF CANADA  Hoad Office, Toronto  Paid Up Capital        $2,000,000  HBserve    -   - '-   -   1,200,800  Direotors:  - H. Ss -Howland,' President"       ���������  T.R.Mcrntt, Vfce Pros., (St.Catharines)  William Ramsay, Robert Jalfray,  Hugh Ryan,   T.  Sutherland Slayilor  Elias Rogers.  D. R. Wilkio, General Managor.  Brauohes  North Wee's and British Columbia ���������  : nf cvory capital, aiul a genoral slaugh-  |l.er and carnage such as tho world had  ��������� ,  .,      .,*������������������..  ������������������,.!.!���������..  r,r nm- never  seen.    "I  tell   you,"    he  cried,  Onc of the greatest rarities  of om   wav,nK.hls  p,pe  ,���������  lhB  .lh.   .,jt wm  raise the price of cattle oul here, and  that's  what, we  want!"  I    "How many head have you got?" we  ventured to ask.  "Two "  brilliant  scheme  is  that  it  can  only  he worked  once  in the samc church.  4t      _       *  Wc had always looked forward to  meeting Miss Cameron, the courteous  lady operator in Calgary who apprises  us daily of what is happening in  Paris and Khartoum. We had anticipated meeting the laely at some swell  ball or reccption.under the influence oi  one of Straus's sweetest waltzes, but  such was not destined to be the case.  The first time wc came personally in  contact with Miss Cameron was on  Wednesday morning whon she handed us a telegram tolling us that Sharkey had won on a foul. ��������� Anil we had  all our money on (Jorbett!    Slic must  have thought us rather brusque in our  manner;  *    *    *  Messrs Marshall and Costello, tho  jovial gentlemen who sit all elay long  playing sonatas on the keys of the  Linotype, aftor the manner of Liszt  and Paclerewsky, have Informed us  that they will refrain from playing on  this instrument Thanksgiving clay.  Wherefore, if the locals from Wetaskiwin aro somewhat curtailed this  wook, blame thc day.  BF.AK-OilBS  Imagine, if you can. a Calgary one  dollar greenback talking. My name  is Bill, and I was born in a mint.  Shortly after my birth 1 was sent  west to Calgary  with a lot of other  Aylmer, Out.  Brockvi'le, Ont.  Calgary, Alta,  Clinton, Out.  E..etor, Ont.   '  Hamilton, Out,  London, Ont.  Meaford, Ont.  Montreal, P..Q. '  St. Catharine  St. Hi-imch.  Murri.-hurg.'-'rit.  Nnrwi--li. Out.  Ottawa, Ont.  Owen Sound, Ont  Ridgctowi'i, Out.  Smiths Palls, O-l  Surd, P. Q.  St. Thomas, Ont.  Toronto, Out.  Taronto.Iutic'n.Orit  T-er.ton, Onb.  Waterloo, Ont  Woodstock,Out  Winnipeg, Man  Vancouver, B, C.  Revelstoke,   B. Cj  Quebec.  Brandon.  Calgary  Edmonton  Epsox -  Fergm-  Ciall  Ingersoll  Simcoe,   Ontario  Vjgtor'ii.  I'. C,  Revelstoko Blanch:  J. D. MOLSON, Manager  CHURCH DIRECTORY.  MKTIIODIST CHUltCn ��������� Hev.l-t.-l:.'  Pre-Cliing suriicoH tit 11 'a.m. u il ������-"1  p.m. e'hi->8 nieeliiiK ill. tho cI.ikc i'f tin-  morning porvloc.. -atili-.ili tfchool und J!i_l.>  Clnsa in 2:30 p.m. Weekly prayer n.cetiiii,'  every VVeilni'H.iay cvoi-ini; ut 7:30 p.m. Tlie  public arc cordl.lly invited.    So.ts flee.  HKV. S. .1. THOMPSON, Pa-tor.  if   ho  days.    Sometimes daylight woulel pen-  unatc, was rusticated for two terms. Icategory,  and  woo ho  to  him  The students dressed in deep iiioi'~"n-'ovcr forgols his    proper    place.      i.ei et,.ato>   alK]   sounds   as   of   glassware  ing and playing the "Dead -larch    in |]im  .l0(_ humbly  and  modestly whose  flVjng ai)0ut would reach our cars.This  aul" anel  Welsh  funeral    hymns, ac-1 capacity  calls   for   humble    earnings. ^:as  t]le  tumblers  falling,    l'was    a  ompanied  him  to tho station, whore l\ 530 or $40 a month man who woulel  green. crisp young thing then.   We did  housanels assembled    to witness    his nn'cct lhc    society    of    men    earning 1K)t Sllf[ei- from cold, as we were all  from $100 to $250 por month is a prig tightly wrapped up.   Thero were about  ot purest ray serene, anil ought to bo 20 in our gang, all "ones."   Oh would  deep   In  some  dark  unfathomecl  cave  1 were a five! ' One day wo heard the  of ocean buried. tumblers begin to fall, tho doors swung  *   *    * 'open,  anil  wo were all  taken out hy  Another  thing.     When    completely a  young man  who  eyed us  as  if- he  busied, seek out some congenial chap  would like to keep us.    First thing I  wlio  is busted also, anel. on thc prin-  knew 1 was chucked bodily through a  ciplc that    two    negatives    make    an littlo  window  and    thrust    into    thc  affirmative,    vour    two miseries    will  pocket of a well-dressed man who lost  produce a form of svmpathotic happi- no time in hurrying across the street  nc-s<-     \1110ng well off friends experl- to tho Royal to have a eirlnk.    This  t- state of bustl- was  my  first experienc of lhe world  departure.  CATHOLIC   FREEMASONS  The decree from Rome relating to  funeral services of Catholics who have  belonged to the Masonic fratornity.has  been just lately promulgated al Washington, and has been received with  feelings of unmixed pleasure both  here and in thc larger cities of Canada  Seevn    years    ago    a    papal      decree  JINGLES AND JESTS.  A Great Effort's Finish.  Mighty B'nd to seo you, boys I  There'- no use of tryin  To express tho radiant Joys  ThroiiRli our hearts a-tlyln  .As we rench to clasp lho hands  Of the bids rcturnin  From tliu toes of distant lan&  Or thu fever's liuinln.  Voices choko nn oyes grow wet  When nfc-in wo moot yon;  Clean forgot thum speeches not  As wo planned to greet youi  From that long oration pnt  Guess I'll hnvo io frco you;  Hove"to let, lt go ot that���������  Mighty glad to seo you I  ���������Washington Star.  r-HUKCH .Ol*1 KNGLAND-St. P.tur's  ^ r.uvolrtokc. Hours of service: Kvenlng  prayer dnily. at 5 .o'clock. Fridays nt 7:30  Sundays and Festivals: Holy Communion at,  a.m., morning prayer at 11. Sunday Schrn.l  nnd Bible OIuhh ut, 2:30, cvoninf. prnyi r nt 7::I0.  First Sunday in lho month Holy ComniUnioii  at morning bcrvlces.  FRANK A. FOIIT., Vicar.  Portage la   '    V_ncouvet  Prairie Winnipeg  Prince Albert Revelstoke  ���������Smith Edmonton. A  ONTARIO, *  Niagara Falls ISt. Thomas -  Purl Colborne iToronto '<  Rat Portafter r H-WVUand V.  Sault St. M.-iriei Woodstock-?;  St, Catharines | >  Montreal, Quebec. r������  Agents   in    Great    Britain--Lloyd's'*  Bunk,   Ltd., 72 Limibiiril St.,   London,   '  with  whom  money   may be ilcprwiigd  ror  trausfor  by.  I.l.ter or cable lo _.    .1?  of aho_-4_b1.1_nr.hi-i. * '" ���������  " ' "  Ageints'.in  che  United  Stall's���������New-  -York,   Bank * of   Montreal, .'Bank   of"-  America;      Chicago,   First   Nationa1!'-  Hank;  81, .'mil, Si-c-o.'id National Bank  Savings l.a:.U Department���������Deposits  of. SI mul upwards received ami  interi'-it it Unwed. '     .  '  Pi'li. ntui-OK   - Provincial,'.Municipal .  and oilier di-ictilures purchased.  Di aft s iinel L.-'M pr-i pf Credit���������Available  al all   l'mints in Canada, Uiiitecl  Kingdom,     United    States,    Europe, .  India,  China,  Japan,  Austral^JSTpw.-  Zealan-l. .���������!���������: ' jr.; .'���������.'. j: i  Gold   Purchased %,  ,,." .  This Brrnk Issues s"i-i>nih'l' Receipts  which will be accounted foi',_i_any of  thc Hudson's Lhiy Co's] Posts ln the  Yukon -iiilc northern districts. ../;_  A. EX BJ-HEARN. V';.'.'  Manager KavelsXcko Bran eh .'.''  PRKSHYTBItlAN CHURCH���������Iluyolstok.;.  Service overy Suuiluy tit 11 n.m. and 7:30  p.m Bih'c Cl ibs nt ".'"0 p.m., to which  ull nro welcome. Prayer raccting at 8 p.m  every Wednesday.  KEV. T." 1IESZ1ES, Pnstor.  r*  white chips.    Here for the first time  belonging to a secret, society may be , ,_.._..     .���������._���������_���������.,=  buried in consecrated ground, he wiU I    An i^n���������1 nieoiing of th������ VV et.-s^ expressions,  be 110 longer banned the rights of the   ���������  ,Pr vaie   Jhea.rica 1    .C-ompan* -               ^ ^ Qr ]egs  church,  even  if  he  declines  to  sever ,������*M ehi last ^cxk * th^aj.ie^  to famiUal,        h          ..            now,, don't  .,.,,,��������� ..���������,.. ���������fr- ,,.e,i, o ��������������������� come anv .hanky-panky on us,' I'll  " i:Ka"~Pt������������Hn^ fallow J..* call \hal." "ante anil look pleas-  Needed Time.                        '..l.���������*^���������!.La.V: t_ "IT   ,"n������.   hands   in: ant. '   am'   may  other  remarks  of    a  his connexion with his lodge.  tho members to get   their   hands   in;  SmlUlo���������Hello. Clilnnur! How aro yon" alld after a  brief    discussion, Hamlet.  I've misled you thoso two weeks.    Where  Coriolanus and  Macbeth  were    unani  have you been hiding yourself? Ir.iousl'v  agreed  upon.     After    a    line  :���������Chin ner���������I-iiiado-up-my-inii������l-lej-let-iiiy 'pvacElce" it   is  exp~F--f_t~~~ that- t'ns-com^  wlfo Imvo the last word for onco. jpany  will  be able  to  branch  out into  Rmlllio���������Well? ;Box-  an(]   CoXi   T-nr,   Area   Belle   and  Chinncr���������Pho Just got; to It ten minutes  kindrPd  dramas.      Dice    -was    flopped  like nature.  I  ago'.���������New York Truth.  with due formality, in order to decide  who was to he Hamlet.    M<_*srs. Eng-  one of it. Advautac... !Ftrom anel   Nunneley  tied,  but  in  the  "Among other tlilnas," .aid the man  saw.0ff Engstrom won,    H" shook 43.  who always trlra to look on iho bright-.elo  ,lnf, sure]v ought to make an iaterest-  of a subject, "lt should not lie forgotten  that this war hat. given a great ileal of  enjoyment to tho chronic kicker..."  There Is almost  lnvarlablv u silver lln  Insi  Post.  A Rewarded  Smile.  I mt a couple pnrt In mirth  And could not well resist  An iiupulso horn within my breast,  Fo both of tl.em I kitwd,  Perhaps 'twas vrronft:.still I was thrilled  Cnto my finder tii.������.  And lhey no word r,po!cof coinpinir.t���������  Why _>Lould niy _,*A-uethe.irt'H lips?  ���������Up to Date.  Soon after this adventure I  --was^���������passeel������������������over-���������the-^^countor-  of a milliner's shop. Here T enjoyed  myself very much, as giggling which  I had never heard before, was very  rife. Through some mysterious channels, however, I again founel myself  being baHer.cl off for a round of.  drinks. Indeed most of my life has  been passeel in hotels. One clay I  found myself in the dark recesses of a  navvy's pocket. While working, he  woulel occasionally dive down his hand  to sec if I was still there. At night,  foolish man. he got drunk, but still  clung to in" anel a few of my namesakes. Pa.sing over a bridge the  ariir.e i.ighL we felt him'suddenly jolt  hard up against lho parapet, anel a  Jisinel ��������� not, lhc navvy's���������darted in  among us anil carried us all off in the  (larkn--.-.-. ,\ few mornings later I ap-  -  -  ��������� pcarf-d in thr- police court.    My navvy  Talking of .irk people, it is a well friend was :h"-ro with his ht-ad hang-  ..ii.nvn pleasantry    that    tho   Cliincso ins  I"  a sling.    I   was  proven  to be  pay tlwir doctor?  wh'~n* well anil  stop  A Hero.  It wns Mrs. BitTkie's morning to be  ugly, and she wns it nil over. It Is no  matter' whoro In Hnrlom Mrs. Blitklo  lives. AH'-the-nolghbors ou hor blook  know how poor old" _~.f_l-.lo looks about  sovon mornings In tho week.  "Oh, you," sho snarled at him; "you  mnko 1110 tired, you doI" If you hnd o  spark of courago, you would go away ond  join thc army."  "Ton don't think I'm ti coward, do you,  Sarah?" inquired Biffkio, with somo show  of remonstrances  "Yes, you nro; nn arrant coward too."  Blffkie sighed profoundly.  "Oh, Sarah," ho Fald bitterly, "how can  you siiy that? Havo you forgotten thnt I  havo boon living with you for 15 jreau-f"  ���������New York Truth.  ing Prince of Denmark.      Ue may be  depended upon to givo the character a  r.ow reading any way.    In fact, he has  ,,,     ,   ,      .,.._-.-. alreaelv   expressed    his    intention    of  ono will onlv hunt for lt.���������Calcaco     ,       . ���������        ...      ,,      r    .   ...   ..������������������,,, ",i,,  ,s nrunK off  in the  first act with  Llie  Cake Walk.  with his unepj's ghost for  '!> parmor. They ....-ni throw dice for  ! Coriolanus next Saturday ovonlng.  (Colonel Young, who is exceedingly  I anxious to enacr this role, lias bor-  I rowed our I on del dice for the occasion.  payments when ill. Naturally tho  iloctor would elo hi_ best, for this reverses the condition where-in thn 111  hoalth of the community is th_ prosperity of tho profession. Suppose thoy  Thr Consln of Hit Country.  Bnblow���������V.'hac namo have you decided  to giro your baby?  Gndro*.!���������flcorgo.  Bnblow���������In  honor of George Wnshing-  toii. I rappo������o. 'like Calgary, this is what woulel  hap-  D^^o^n"������<lL ������e������,10r0f Ge������TRQ  ***��������� "' -*������������"-thlnB like It:     Vou  wake  uc.tc,.    i.nxm.1." -.azotic. ,���������.> somR fin_,    morning    ,,J7J,y   vjoIcnt  ;fains  in lhe abdomen,    feverish    anel  ivvith   a   head   ready     to    split.      You  1 wero lo emulate China in a town say  lit Aluti Help* ]'ny llie Kent.  his properly. Rut elo you think he  got me? Oh dear no! The lawyer got.  m<>. and he's got. mo yet. My brief  career. whie_h you will admit lias beon  an   active   one   for  a   passive  subject,  is   thus   enei'.el   in   shame.  , j<    *    .  I The larger of Jerry Boyces hears got.  out again Thursday just as the north  bound train rolled into the tirpot. The  noble army of rubbernecks were too in  tent on rubbering to notice the noble  beasr. a.s he ascended the steps of the  platform and walked in amongst thern.  The scattering that, followed was what  might be called a hurried scatter. Jt  was   not.  long  before  Bruin    scented  ������������������������������������,������������������������������������,���������     , , fruit,  and   he  atonce  decided  to  hav������s  tli' h. '" ;-TVS ''"' S"',k0V J?c hlkes and entereri the r-nr most of the passon-  . J . ^Viltc.rl,t,r>' !1"fI fc������s /"'"* gers tumbled out and took refuge In the  pulse,   lo.iks   at.  yonr   tongue:   and   th������| r-lovator.   while   others   made   for   th.  II ace trick. The- redoubtable. .Evans  ��������� waK not r!i������.r<_,li,'_v!ng gone over to tho  "Oh!     Yes." Drinrel on a matter of business, hut his  "I  thought no.    Did  you  sleep    well   presence wajl rlf(t. roejnirf.tl.    I'.f.toro he  the  night boroi*'.-?*' .returned  the  boar,  having  had .an  fl-  "Nr'" 'egant   snfTiciency   of   apples,   bananas  "I   thought,   not.      nid     you     drink  and  chewing gum walked  back  fo tils  tea at. suppcir  last night,?" . per to tell the other bear what a snap  "I  diel." ,. there was over at the train.   The; other  "Ah, now wo nre getting at it.    My hoar seramlcel .out  in  great haste anil  placement.    She is jJOO feet. long, has  diagnosis  is  correct.     Now     lake    a  loped   over  to  Iho  depot just  as  tho  75 feet beamand draws 2G feet !) inches   long breath, now two short one:s. Does  nowsy  had   arrived   on   thn  scene  anel  To make un far the flve-elshtlisof a cent fochly call for help nnd for the doctor  revenue .-tnmp tho purchaurr of a cortr.In :i,���������i while the. latter is being fetched'  toilet article lias lo pay -I cents catra. K,jmo on0 hoIrls vour head while you  *i cm, the consumer pays the tax, and ho ,otch and groan and retch again '  Kciiurnlly pays n good deal more than he doctor enters with  ought to pay.���������Uoston Transcript. I      '  a panic  Tlie  stricken  Lord EgerLon's annual sale of Shire  horses came; off on November 1 I tn at  Rostherne; l-'orty-one Horses sold lor  J-5,781 and averaged  ������111 each.  pupil of the eye, and  says "Hum!  "Did   you   sleep   well   last  night  j\t Portsmouth. England, on November 18th thousanels ejf people witnessed I  the   launching  of   the  ram   battleship I  Formidable,   at   the   dockyard     there.  She is said  to. be the  largest w.uv.hip j  in   tho  world." being  15,000   tons   (lis-I  of water. She cost over ������1,000.000  and it is estimated to steam IC knots.  Tlie chancellor of the exchequer, Sir  Miehael Hicks Beach: the first lord  of the admiralty, Right Hon. <;coi-_;o  J. Goschen. anel admiral. Sir Micna-.l  Culme Seymour, were among thoso  present.    A   notable  feature    of    the  that pain you?"  'No."  'I thought not.  ,was sizing up  tho situation.    As soon  ,as  tho  hear  poked  hor  head   Into  tho.  Do yon suffer fr~"n  car and p������rc.oive<i the azure blue fpial-  r.n   exepetical    mot.imornhosis    of   the  fpinal meningitis at. nil?"  I    "Hanged if I know."  "This  is  a   grave  rase.     You    hnvo  the riotts. T shall write ���������< prescription.  launching  of   the   battleship   was   tho  belter hnvo it  filled at once  entwining of the British and American.    H(,ro tll0 ,.uIy (>f ,,,��������� ,,������������������*;, ,,PK,ns ts  iiy ot tli,"* air. she weakened, ami when  Evans rolled a S. TC. Plalnelcnler into  a hall and hit hot* em Hip nose, she put.  hor tail hot won hor legs anel shambled sadly back to the pen. That night  I the bears had an awful fight.  *    *    .  flags on the official stand.  cry. seizes the prescription and^rushes'    wo have, a scheme for raising the  In SocUty.  As for tho beautiful pariah, sho merely  sneered. ...  "Wretched neighbors!!' tlio exolalmed.  ~'"'Thoy shall yet como to mo! Look, I hnvo"  wealth I "I shall hnvo a tolophono put in  my houFo!    Tin, ha!"  Oh, whnt a power hnvo rlchos to compel  6oclnl recognition, after nil!  Hn, ha, lnclocd 1���������Detroit Journal.  ROMAN   CATHOLIC)" CHUKC1I ���������Rovel  stoko.     -la'-s   firot and third liundaye in  month at 10:30 a.ni.  REV. F.VTUER THAYER.*  SALVjVTIOS A1I1IY-Meetings every night  ' in llic:r Iiu 1 ou Front Sireut  Loyal Orange  Lpdgo, No. 1G58.  ltoKiilnr nipotingfl nro held in Iho  Oddfellows' Hull on tlio scond and  fomtn Widneadavsof caih month  at 7:30 p.m. Visiting bicthrcn  cordlnllv invited.  Dr: T. Jrffl������, VV. M.i   T J. GrMlinmn, Rcc. Soo.  W. G. llirnej*. Fin. Soo.;   U.S. Wilaon,Treas.  Court   Mt.   Begbie,  I.O.F., No. 3461.  Meets in tlio Odd-  fcl'ows' Hull on tho  2ml and 1th Fridays of  each month. Yiaitlng  brethren invitod to  attend.  J. B. Scott. C. R  ,    J. I,. Smith. It. S.  anaoian  ''Rajl^'^;/  and Soo Line,  ���������;���������������-.  -���������- .   Don't Worry.  Don't hurry, no!   Just take your time.  The work you ought to do  Bomo othor chap will rattlo off  If you don't put it through.  Don't skurrj-, nol   Just ln7,o along  And take things ns tliey como.  Thn world will cut thero Just the same;  Let others mako things hum.  ���������Now York Truth.  Those Overworked ilnliles.  Tho poet is a gentleman who rather seems fe>  think  He can reconstruct creation with his littlo pen  nnd Ink.  He Iw-hlc- still of daisies���������always daisies���������  when wo know  That daisies wero dono blooming fully two  good mcnitbE ago.       ���������Chicago Record.  Spread ot tho Classic Style.  "How diel you mnnngo to get such nn  extensive) manufacturing plant ln your  town?" nBkcel tho visitor.  "Woll, wo rooted for it," roplied tho  native.���������Chicago Tribune.  It "Was.Too Hard ror Her.  "Bat can yon not.lcnrn to love mo, Miss  Knlsely���������Isabel?"  "I nm afraid not, Mr. Oreefo. I nover  conic] learn anything that demanded application."���������Brooklyn Life.  Conildnratloa.  [Boppose "."(inline had hade me _lngJ���������Browning. "One Wuy of Love."]  Btippe/M! Pnnllnn lind bade in* sing ?  Oitild sho havo dono bo ro������h a thing?  Hot If sho had I'd not be mean.  I should hare said, "Nay, nay, Pnolinel"   ���������Town Topics.  Conffratnlatlon.  "Bid yonr son Rot homo ante from Cuba?" nsked tlio neighbor.  "Ho did better than tbat," was tho answer; "ho got home snfo from eaunp."���������  Washington Star:  Suspicious Self Control.  , It. In snid of nn Atchison girl who Is engaged that sho doesn't gonulncly love the  man or sho wonleln't bchaTens sensibly as  she docs.���������Atchison Olobe.  Ber  OntlDff.  Bhe goes down cast for a good vacation.  Works seven long weeks at recreation,  Bhe fights all manner ot Insect foes  And oomee beck home with a s _nb_rnt noee.  ���������Chicago Tribune.  r^ WALL >S  Papers  WORKS >KI0R1AL ROUTE  east and'" West  first class and  .    *.      .-    -TOURIST-SLKkCERS  .'���������-.' from:.'���������.,*..   *:���������*'.-,-'������������������"  I'ACi Fl0 TO' ATLANTIC; .    ...  ; " j-w^/ww-vx.-v"',- '   f-lits?. Inurralns,   -liens.   E111-  hcsseel Oills. mid  borders of  all dcsi-iliittoii.. <  The clu'iippst nnd best stock of  WAIjIjI'jM'IOUS in Uie city.  Liberal  discoiuils  given   on  nil ca������li orders.  I   ileal  only-    in     VV A l. Ij  1' A I" I" l> R   nnd solicit 1111  Inspection of my stuck.  W.fi_Bi-rney  %=^=^_5gt5___-IS  Quick  Time,'       Good'Service?.  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Retail Eculers'la Uepf, Pork, oto  KAMLOOPS and R_lVE-_STO__E  ������������������ . All' orders ln?4u_-lino prom  - "���������' . --; -.,aiiod _!.'...~i_.".*-1"._yT/*   We Ka-ifeXjarGodd. Snpt������i&'br  ;'} Bt3lding  Materia.  'u. aad*Li>rnber. ���������  CUT PRICES FOB SPOT CASH  .  *" . .  Call aiid s'ee'us^ We can flx you  REVELSTOKE SAW MILLS  . "Revelstoke Station, B. C.  iP,/ii_i_4?T'S.  1 PROMPTLY SEAMED I  Wi  . iv���������, ��������� r ������Ur intercstinp: book?'" Invent-,'.'  ors Help-'.' and "How you am-Bwlnillcd." I '.  Send ufr.aronghsketcli or model of-yemr-' '  ���������nvention or improvement nnel wc will tell ?  _*ou froo our opinion ns to wllethe^ It is ,  ^probabbonatentji-le.-- We'in,_I:e"a speeialty ,  ������������������ol applieations^rbiCiIt-fd-^ii'.OLhcE bands..  Highest references iiirni-licd.*    ' - ,  MARION & MABION 1  PAT_~_TT SOLICITORS & EXPERTS J,  Civil * Mechanical Fncfnccns, Or__u.-ilcB of tlio \'  eolytechnlc School of Euginrciliii;. llacl.olom in /  Applied Sciences, Laral f-l-.cnUv. Members )  I'atcnt Ijiiw ArroelMlon, Ameilt-an \V.-it<r Works f  Association, ^.-w Knuland Wal. r Workl As^oc. J  p. Q. SuiveyorB As������ociation, Assoc Alexuber Can. j  Society of Civil Engineers. .",.������������������.     J  Jomo_a-_HWYOHICUF'-B'LD'0-'Mo������T������E������- r*i������. _  > ""-f-1 ATtAMTIO BUIlniHC., WASHIHCTOH, D.0T>  *c 1-1  //A  THE  CHILDREN   OF EARTH.  Down l.y the sea on a summer dny  I d.07.0 nnd .lreum while tlie children pluy.  Gleefully heaping tlieir hills of sand.  Calling them pnlnues hiyli nnd f_rnnt_.  A cliini shell si.rves for tliu great front door,  And the wnllt in a hit of a hiokrn oar,  Vt'hilu plate and platter nnd howl and cup  Are polished pebble's tho sua In iny*. up.  And king nnd queen in their royal stato  Push in aud out through a seaweed gate,  And lord and lady ride to and fro  Till n far voice calls, *'It is tin.u to go!"  To Boms nnd jowels nnd palnco tall  Thoy bid farewell, nnd tliey leavo lliein all,  Whilo tho titlo rome*- lantfliinjily up tho hay,  And lho sand mado palace is washed nwny.  Deep iu iho oily I *-co tho men  PJayinj: lho eliildi-h' gamis again���������  Hnililing n palnco pf Illicit and at ono.   .    ���������  And playfully ealiiiiK it nil their _*wn:  Tho walls nro laid witJi the care-- of wealth.  And tho roof  ia patched with  their broken  health, *;    ���������_     ���������* . *;;;_,:  And plato and platter nnd bo'wl nnd'cup ' -  Aro polished trinkets their toil brinjjb up.  And king nnd quocn in thoir royal stato.  -Pas������_ in and out through a golden gat.o,   '  And lord and lady ride to and fro  Till n far voice calls, "It is timo to ro!"  'From penis nnd jevtcls nnd p:\laccl-ill  They turn away, and ihey leavo them nil,  "And time looks ou fliroughn thou&ind years,  And tho man mado pnlaeo���������it disappear-".  ���������2-ixon Waterman in h. A. W. Bulletin.  A WOMAN SCORNED.  ��������� Tho scene was a comfortable sofro'f. chamber- in tho Middle 'Touiplo, with windows  looking out over tho gardens nnd tho river, and the tiiuo was a littlo after S on an  evening in tho early nutuinn. Mr. JToraco  Triiiison, lho owner of the chambers, wns  n member ot tlio junior bar who Iinel Jj.-iU  but a very brief experience of. that dismal  period uf probntlon during wliich"lliojiar-  ristc'r,-lii-inilcfs aiitl: unKiioivn,- da'ircllcs  nwny his time in court trying to lookbusy  niiii iiiiportnnt over a buiidlo of olel briefs  -mid -locum. nts.i"_l_t!iig lo a case that has  long been dono with and forgotten.  Ho Inul been, culled littlo mcro than a  your when at'������ garden party ho met the  woni.-ui who was now st'iniling with her  buck lo thu door of his sluing room, twisting lirr l.-icu-cditcel handkerchief ������-$Kit-in_  her writhing- liiinilstincl iippenling pnisio'ii-  ntely to his honor,'bis manhood iiiid'his"  gratitude, only to swiftly chango hcrplencl-"  ing fur n ilereo ilcniiucintioii of liis-fiilsc--  hood nud treachery.  When they Inul mot at tlio garden party,  Miiiiiiclii Cnnilor hnd been liuirrioel about  two years to the senior partner in tho llrm  of Cornier, flawke & Condcr, onc of tho  most eminent llrms of solicitors in J_on-*  dun. ' Her husband was nearly 20 yciira  older than his bo.uiliful half English, half  Spaniel wife. The niarrhigo bail been  ratlicr a family nrrtinitemeiit���������foino ill natured' peoplo culled' it a pm-chnsc���������thnn a  union of hearts. 'Still lio was'eminently  respectable, "well preserved, wealthy and  not by any moans a bad sort of man to get  on wilh, grunted that his wife wanted  nothing moro than n complaisant, patronizing sort, of affection and everything in"  the way of comforts and luxuries that  money could buy.  All this Mrs. Condcr had had, and in  her inexperience of tho world sho wus fiiirr  ly contented with it mull that fatal after-"  noon when her hand was llrst closed in  . tbat of llor'iico Transon. From tho nio"-  incnt that their eyes hnd exchanged their  first gliinccs sho had felt a something in  her heart tliat had not been there beforo.  Sho ilidn't exactly know what, it,.was, luit  It remained and prow till nt hiat one lino  morning after a danco sho e.woko io tho  fact that sho was in lovo for tho first timo  in her life, ami that her lover was not her  husband. *        ~  Tho mnn at whose' houso they hael met  was an old collcgo chum of Tra'nsbn's.  Two cr three other meetings followed, aiul  then Mrs. Condor contrived so to arriuigo  matters that tho unknown young barrister got, his logs under tho mahogany of tlio  inlliicntial solicitor and managed to mnko  such good uso of his opportunity that very  shortly afterward ho got his lirst brief.  Tlio case, though not a very important  ono, offered plenty of scope for ability, and  ' Transon won it with Hying colors against  ono of .tho most experienced juniors nt tho  - bar. . Sir. Cornier was. dclightcel and gra-_  cloiisly informed his wlfo that shifhuiVdis-  covcreil a very clever young mail indeed, a  mnn who with proper encouragoniont aiid  looking nftor would somo day bo a credit  to tlio bar.  After that they bogan to meet more frequently, both  at tho Condcrs'  houso in  V_...-I.,_..n������    ��������� ,-1    Jl f_   J,11.A,.      T,J_1,__nC       fflT   l.T'lof  Konsington and at olher houses, for brief  followed brief now with pleasing rapidity,  ond Transon camo out of every caso with  added distinction and usually with success, and so tho'social circles in which ho  moved widened quickly under tho inogio  Influence of prosperity.  So for flvo years tho comedy hail gono  on. Tho world hael seen nothing in it. to  frown nt, hardly oven anything to smile  ot, and yet it had all tho clement. nf real  tragcdy'in it���������passionnto infatuation on  tho ono slclo and on the-other ti lovo at  -first equally intenso nnd always equally  guilty, butns year after year went; on gradually" cooling under tho iiifluonco of that  sensitized prudence which serves tho Intelligent mnn of tho world ns a conscience.  Then, again, tho dust of flvo London seasons hud swept across tho fresher girlish  beauty which had fascinated hiin���������flvo  years of excitement and apprehension, of  alternating ecstasy and remorso ��������� nnd  Manuola thc girl had becomo Mnnuelu tlio  woman.  As for him, ho was 82, good looking,  successful and earning tho incomo of a  cnblnot minister. IIo was ambitious, too,  and thoro was a certain young lady who  had looked with tender.oyes upon him aud  Whoso father woulel givo hor ������100,000 ou  lier wedding day. Socioty had indeed already begun to couplo their names without any very energetic, protest from either,  nnel it was a conversation on this subject  with a mutual friond which had brought  Mrs. Condcr to his chambers.  IIo had told hor as gently and considerately ns circumstances permitted that tho  time had como to sever their connection,  or, ns'lio'imtit, to become* good friends  ���������nd no more. Uo was indebted to her feir  muoh of his profes-luniil nnel 'social ael-  -vaiicouiont. In return ho hail-given her  tho flvo best years of his life, nnd during  thoso -years no other woman hud over  claimed n tender thought from hiin. Surely that was enough. It couid nut. go on  forever, nnd tho timo had omo to merge  tho lovor Into tho friend and bo cun tent  Willi tho memory of what bud been.  It was just tho subtle, skillful pleading  that lind mailo blm famou-*, and it was  enhanced by nil tho hundred arts oC lho  skilled and practiced advo. ati���������- Sh" had  listened lli*st|,lii slimy nili'iicr, then lho  fierce outlmr.lt of passion had cnine. nnd  then gradually thei sliirin had worn itsyK  out, unel tho fury bi'iuiiiiei lho woman  again. Her liand.i stopped twi'dliig and  tearing Iht liaiiilleerclili'f nnd wpro  Stretched out to him in supplication. Kho  ~Tas ircry bonutlful still, and In that mo  ment all her girlish charm scorned to come  back to hi*;-. What linger and reproach  had failed t.idotbis sudden change from  scorn tn te.i: ' nccomplishud. Ho wavered,  and lhen I.e yielded. IIo would think no  more of marrying. Love should be enough  ���������her love when they wero together, her  friendship before thu world. Ho she left  hiin with his kisses fresh ou her lips and  a gleam In her eyes whicli was not tho  light of lovo.  At. in o'clock tho next morning lloraco  Transon was arretted in his chambers on  a warrant issued in coii-Ciptcnco of t������  statement by Mrs. Condor implicating  him in the mui'der of her husband, who  had been found stabbed to tho heart in  bed. Tliero was no elimbt as to tho actual  perpetrator ut lho deed���������no one but his  wifo could havo done it, iinel when charged  with lhu crime she hardly look tho trouble to deny it.  They weru both committed for trial  at  . the West London  police court, and  they  stood in thu dock side by sido at lho Old  Bailey.    Transon was defended by a colleague*, to whom ho lind unreservedly told  , tho wholo ot tho miserable story, but the  solt  mndo widow  had  elected  to defend  herself.    Both hael pleaded ">,*ot guilty."  -.    By arrangement with tho treasury Hor-  ,'aco Transon's case was taken first and sop-  ^iir.-itely, and bis counsel had no difficulty  ���������'in showing that there vvas not a jot or tit-  '���������-'tlo ot  evidence to connect lilm with tho  crime.    His follow prisoner's mouth was  . closed by tho law, which thon mado an uc-  '.cuscd  person  incompetent; ns a witnoss.  , Thero wero no other witnesses, savo those  "who were tliero to bear testimony to tho  .actual crimo itself, and theso bad no word  ��������� to say as to Transon's alleged complicity.  Tlio jurjyit onco  found him not guilty,  ".and ho wS ordered to leuvo tho dock, but  \io remain  in  court  in caso he should bo  ���������tt-anted.'t A loud niurniiir ol npplauso and  Sympathetic approval grcoted tho decision.  .Thoro wero scores of Indies in court, many  'of  them   former friends ot tho woman,  .'Who stood silently and  defiantly facing  ���������Iter judges on llio bench and in tho jury  box. and  thero  was  hardly ono ot.thorn  who had not intuitively fathomed tho motives wliich  hail loci   Manucla Condor to  forco ��������� lho  liiinclsonio  young  barrister   lo  Stand, it  only tor ei   fow miuutos, in  lho  (look beside her.  ���������'-'��������� The cviclenco against her was absolutely  conclusive, but sho maintained a smiling,  ironical silenco until tho" verdict . of  "Guilty" hud been delivered nnd tho judgo  n'skcil her tho usual question. Then sho  quietly untied a bundle of letters that sho  had laid on thu edge of the dock and began what was licit; a clefi-use but an accusation. Sho admitted lli.it she had with her  own hand driven lho lcnil'o into her husband's heart, liutjdic had dono so not of  lier own freo'v.*ill"~bi!t; under tho control  of another will ot whioh she had been tlio  slavish subject, for tho last flvo years. It  was a plea which stolid British common  sense would only receive with utter incro-  dulty, but oven that begun lo bo shaken  as she took up loiter after letter and rend  out extract after extract, cunningly chosen and cleverly separated from its context, which, as thc jury heard thoni, could  hai'illy mean anything else than regret  for the existence nf tho victim of lho  crimo and a doslro for his removal. There  wero passages dealing with occul!Ism���������a  subject-wliich nppnrenlly had formed the  thenio of many a conversation botween  them���������and (ha last extract which sho read  ont ran thus:  "- "lb is certainly easy for you or mo to  conceivo circumstances'under which tho  exorcise ot this will power from a distuneo  could be mado to ticbiovo results wliich I  should hail with ns great delight as I bu-  li.'vc you would. How many obstacles  could Ijo removed from our path, how  many delights could bo brought within  our reach,, if you or I were numbered  .among thoso who have tlio power to bend  ��������� tho will ot others involuntarily to tlieir  service. I have thought of Into that I dc  possess this power and that with careful  dovclopmcnt it might accomplish much.  Wc shall seo as timo goes em."  After this camo such a pica for mercy  as no professional udvoctito could havo  made for her, and with it such an inclict-  nion't of tho mnn whom sho still styled her  master and acconipllco ns tho dingy walls  of the old court bad novor heard before.  Tho jury and thc audience" and oven many  ol'-thocounsel present- were deeply moved,  but when sho had dono lho judge, in a  -fow cold, measured. words, utterly destroyed tho wholo forco of both plea and  ' accusation. Hypnotic suggestion or occult  incitement, to commit crimo was itself not  r. crimo known to l.nglish law. Thcro-  forotho man whom for motives of personal rcvongo sho had wrongfully accused  had been rightfully acquitted, ar.d sho  must pay alone the por.alty ot her crime.  'i'liou the judgo stopped In tho midst of  a  breathles.** silence,  took  np   tho littlo  square of black velvet and was  just plue-  . ing iton his head when a long, wild scream  of maniacal "laughter   ran   through  tho  crowded, spellbound court.    Hundreds of  e}i-i.  were  turned  instantly  toward   tlio  eloek,   nnd  the   spectacle  that they  saw  tliero never left them fur many a long day  afterward.    Whero n moment beforo hnd  slued a woman, beautiful and im passioned,  -.hilt yi*t pleading lor her lifo with eloquence  .rfjiil   pi'rfi'ct 'Cif  possession, a raving ma-  ��������� }>iiis.   wilh   l.'.iii'iiii _,  distorted  faeo   and  g'liii-tly, rollirg eyes, was (linginghorarms  nbout, ir.-a! luff her ln-iil und hor breast and  shrieking out word? u lii'*l>. only tho lips of  madness could utter  Sho was curried out, e-.f tho dock nt onco,  and tho Goiitenco of death vvas never passed.  * Her desperate resolve to drag her faithless lover with her to tho gallows hnd failed, but her vcugoanco was nono tbo less  complete.  Horace Transon's social and professional  success was already a dream of tho past  when ho loft tho court. From thnt day  ho ncy'cr got another brief or crossed tho  threshold of i������ decent houso, and before  tho woman who bad sacrificed everything  for revi'iigo had been threo months at  Broadmoor ho was foundon the floor of  tho samo room in whicli they had I had  tlieir last Interview with a revolver in his  hand and a bullet in his brain.���������Es-  clmngCL.  INTERESTING     DISCOVERY  REMAINS  OF  Winnipeg Waterworks���������Heavy Gales  on the Lakes���������zooo Men Wanted���������  Outrage on a Conductor  Winnipeg,     November     23.���������Pierce  gales are raging on Lake Superior.  RESIGNED  J.   F.  Alexander,  collector of    customs in Delornlne, has resigned.  MEN   WANTED  The   White   Pass   railway   management .have  work  for  over  2000  men,  WHEN ADAM WAS A BOY  VERY DESTRUCTIVE FLOODS IN  IRELAND  Anti-Anarchists���������Britain's Export Trade  Peace Negotiations ��������� Whites and  Negroes Fight���������Other   News.  London, November ^5.���������Destructive  oods are reported from various parts  f Ireland.  ANTI-ANARCHISTS  A convention of anti-anarchists are  ssembleel   at   Rome. ���������   Many   distinguished people are talcing part.  BRITAIN'S KXFUH.T TKAD1S  The export trade of Great  ���������S"S������ S'Ts,;3sssr? :>:������:������= ____-������;���������;=. srs  anteeleluvian      monsters      has    been  made  Yukon.  on      Sulphur    creek    in    the  CIVIC OWNERSHIP  ������ 2,000.000,  NEWFOUNDLAND  SHORE  Great Brilain will   take   immediate  action to    settle    thc    Newfoundland  The offer of the city of Winnipeg for 'French shore difficulty,  the waterworks has been accepted by PE^CE NEGOTIATIONS  the company. ThQ u&am cori.espondent    ot    tne  POLICE   FOblb London Daily Mail says:    "The Span-  Winnipeg, November 23.���������Mounted ish govei.nment will make a llnal de-  police posts placed at a distance of 30 cision 0I1 Uie 25th Instant; but have  miles apart have now been established principle to authorize Senor  between Bennett and Dawson City.       Rbios tQ ^ t^'pe^e treaty, although  BURGLARS AGAIN tlle commission may be instructed to  Montreal, November 23.���������Burglars insist upon its ratification by tne  last night secured over $3000 by break- Cortes.    It is believed that    this    do  ing into a Montreal grocery store.  Colonel Panet, deputy minister of  militia is dead.  MUTILATED BODY* FOUND  Thc mutilated remains of Leon Char-  boneau. have been found In the La-  chine canal, Montreal.  COMMITTED  The   magistrates   have   decided     to  commit the defendant in the case of curred yesterday  Hughes against the Montreal Herald,  bania,  .   ELECTION  WRITS |  Qubec, November 23.���������Writs have  been issued for federal elections at  Bagot and Montmagny for December  7th and 14th.  I. O. F.  The Independent Order of Foresters  have won in the suit brought against  them by Mercier for damages.  NAPANEE   ROBBERY  Napanee, November ��������� 23.���������At two  o'clock yesterelay afternoon the grand  jorors brought in true bills on the indictments in tiie cases of the Queen  vs. Pure and Holden and the Queen  against Ponton and Mackie for robbing the Dominion bank. The case will  open this morning. It is understood  ihut Holden will turn queens evidence  and will testify against Ponton and  Mackie as will also Pare.  DID HIM UP  " London. November 23_��������� Austin Addison, trolley car conductor, was last  night draggged from his car by a gang  of mon and pounded into insensibility.  He is now lying seriously ill at his  home, but will recover. The police  have today arrested XV. S. Richardson,  a former employee of the street .rail-  way.and have charged him with being  one of the gang and-are searching for  others.  cision will provoke an Internal crisis.  DEAD  St. Paul, U. S., Mabel Davidson, the  celebrated fancy skater, died yesterday  in St. Paul.  FATAL   FIGHT  New York, November    25.���������A    tatai  fight between whites and negroes oc-  at   Anniston,    Ala-  TERR1BLE  FIRE  San Francisco, November 25.��������� ine  Baldwin hotel and theatre, San Francisco, California, was yesterday destroyed by fire. Four persons are reported to have been killed and three  are missing.  ABYSSINIA    OBJECTS  Berlin. November 25.���������It is reported  that King Menelike" has refused permission to Marchand to traverse  through Abyssinia.  A GOOD EXAMPLE  Paris, November ' 25.���������President  Faure yesterday donned miners"  clothes and" went . down Into the  mines and settled an impending strike  by arguing with the' workmen.  tj&y .J ���������?--*-  Ill 1 Oil  THE PRIZE FIGHT RESULTS IN  SHARKEY'S  FAVOR     .  WAR     OFFICE     ORDERS  RECRUITING-  FOR  ��������� Shortened the l'raycrs.  A Kansas Cily stockman tells this story  nbout tho commanding general ot the  army: "When General Slilcs was lighting  tho Indians, ho always held a short period  ot prayer beforo entering into an engagement. On one occasion ho had followed  tho Indian trail for several days iind came  upon them in the middloof the nfternoon.  IIo immediately went into his season of  prayer. Tho chaplain who accomiianicd  tho expedition wus exceedingly long winded. In fact, .ho seemed to forget that lie  was out on tho prairie, within reach of a  hostile foe, aud labored in true camp meeting style., IVIien bo had finished his request, tn tho Almighty that General Miles  might I'Mino out victorious in thoiightcous  cnii-i.', il, wa- _iiddi'iilyiiiiiiouiici~el that the  ���������'iiciIiy hud llniikeid to thn army's rear mid  sliilon all tho ]-i. k animal-!. Miles was  disconsolate nnd made an order that tho  prayers should be curtailed."  The Royal Canadian's to be Strengthened  ���������Robbing the Dead at Murray Hill  ���������The Nevv Canadian Postage  Toronto, November 25.���������The sham  fight at Toronto on Thansgiving Day  was a very great, success.  THE BANK ROBBERY  Napanee,   November     25.���������In     the  Ponton trial case Pare    repeated    the  samo story of the bank robbery that  he gave at his previous examination.  NEW BANK  Winnipeg, November 85.���������A branch  of the Hamilton Bank has been opened at Plum Coulee.  ACCIDENTALLY"' KILLED  ,_   ,    ��������� , ���������,     ~        ���������. ���������Hamilton;-"���������November���������25:���������Thonias-  Now York, November 2..-Genoral.McDouga��������� a Hanmt01l prlnt0Pi was  Rrooks denies the reports of the dis- accldentaily shot yeBterday and dled  orders at Porto Rico.   ^ u.Qm the injuries recelved.  THE PRIZE FIGHT THE SEALERS UNEASY  Sharkey won the prize light last v u ._ vOVGm|,G1. 25���������The Brl-  night with Corbett in the ninth round ^S^:^ a^' v���������y������ mi-  on a foul. ,   ^  pasy regarding the proposed purchase  BEHRING SEA ;0f the sealing industry of the United  Washington,     November     23.���������The States.  Behring Sea question is under discus- I        NEW CANADIAN POSTAGE  sion by the High Joint commissioners!    Ottawa,    November     25.���������Tho   new  as the main topic today.   Both sides Canadian    Imperial    postage    stamps  made their respective reports as to tho  vvill bear on the lace a map    or tne  Spain Is Helpless���������The Open Door  Intention���������Porto Rico Disturbances  ���������Accident to Senor Castello.  value of tho Canadian scaling fleet,  It is believed t,hat this most vexatious  question is now on the point of being  settled.  SPAIN HELPLESS  London. November 23.���������Spain is  helpless to resist the United States demands in thc Philippines.  Senor Castello, the Spanish ambassador   to France,   has  from his carriage and  jured.  world showing the British Empire.  RECRUITING  The oilicial papers authorizing   the  commencement of recruiting in  Canada for the British   army   are. complete.   The    regulations    are    to    bo  made public on the first o������ December  if* the War Office advices   wliich   aro  supposed to be on the way anil may  been   thrown arrive in   lime.     These "advices   re-  seriously   in-jfer merely to final details, procedure,  etc.   Canadians may volunteer for en-  THE "OPEN DOOR" [listment in any regiment they prefer  Most of the London evening papers'ia "le.J?ritls,h F"^- but the Imperial  are commenting favorably and with authorities desire to bring the "100  expressed satisfaction upon the Foot Lelnsters," lormerly known as  ���������open door" intention of the United tuo Royal Canadians up to its full  States In the Philippine Islands. strength,    before   enlisting   for   any  other regiments.   *  ROBBING THE DEAD  A merciful man is merciful to his*-iToront.������-     . November       25.-IIugh  snap  beast.   During the  present cold snan Brown, Trenton, Ontario, is    charged  let those who have occasion to drivo y.iih robbing the dead bodies of vic-  rigs or wagons be merciful in the tixns at tho Murray Hill railway  matter of not   keeping   the   animals s~nasn_ < t ^  tied up to telephone posts too long at      .     .,       ,._._._.,  a time.     Blanket them properly and L Another disaster to the express from  try to remember   that they   are   not the north was narrowly averted on the  bicvcles I*-71-1 near Port Hope, Out. The express.  0 j due at 12:50 p m., ran off the track  The employment of an elephant to a few blocks from Main street as 't  pick up pins is usually considered arrived on time. Engineer Young  the -ne pius ultra" of wasteful ar- noticed as he approached the Barrett  rangement. But the local government siding that the switch vvas open and if  board is not far behind. A corres- he could not stop the engine it would  ponelent of Retford, England, forwards crash through the bridge a few yards  me the report of proceedings at tho ahead. A box car on the siding e litest meeting of the local guardians, scureel the signal until it was too late  From this T gather that the Inmates to stop, but thc engineer remained at  oi lhe workhouse humbly petitioned his post, applied the brakes, with the*  some time ago to have currants sub- result that only the engine and ten 1 <>.r  stitutccl for treacle in their suet pud- left the track. The passengers were  dings. As.the change would not in- ondly frightened but none hint. Convolve any additional expense, the ductor Mitchell, one of tne h<-i~t men  guardians were willing to give their on the road, vvas in ciiarge of the  sanction, but the clerk rerilinded them train. No blame can be attached lo  that no departure from the regulation him or thecrew. In fact the courage of  dietary would be lawful without the engineer preventing another tcr-  authorisation from the local govern- ribe accident as the drop from the  ment board! Just fancy'such a trivial bridge to the bed of the creek is 20  matter having to be referred to thc il- feet. Traffic was blocked on this end  illustrious pundits at Whitehall. [of the line until a p m.  THE JVUJ-LNG EXCHANGE  FRONT STREET, REVELSTOKE---  Best $1.00 a day house in town.'  The bar is supplied with the best brands of Wines,  Liquors   and   Cigars.  el. V. PEEK.S, Manager.  GUS LUJ.D Proprietor  F. ./AeCJIRTY  .Wholesale and Retail Dealer in.:.  Neatly  Printed  tt r Heads  Note Heads  Bii Heads  Statements  Envelopes  Business   Cards  Visiting Cards   ,  Programmes  Menu Cards  Wedding Cards  Memorial Cards  I nvitationCards  Receipts  Drafts  Cheques  Stock  Certificates  - Show Cards       ~-  , Books or  Pamphlets  Polders  Debentures  Binding of  any kind  PFUMEBEEF, PORK..,- '  .MUTTON JIiND SJilDSJlGE  Fish   and   Game   in   Season.       Markets   at   Revelatoke-,--  Revelstoke Station, Nakusp, Trout Lake-City, and Ferg*__.(5_i.  Columbia House  The   largest hotel   in  lown.   ~    Centrally    located  Choice   Wine?,   Liquors   aDd  Cigars ,.__- ~ -  Best    accommodation. Kates    $1     per  - day  Brown & Pool, Proprietors fr  REVELSTOKE .   * .'  TAL HOTEL  Large light bed rooms.  Table    furnished   with   -  the choicest the market    -*  affords.     Best   "Winpa   ���������  Liquors    and      Cigars.   -  Rates  $1.00 a-daj*.     Monthly race.  J. ALBERT STONE, Proprietor. '*"  THE PIONEER LIVERY  Feed and Sale Stable of tbe I_afdeau and Trout I_ake Dlstriet  Saddle    and   . Pack -������-IIo__*S'  always for hire.  -   ���������*   ���������- *}  Freighting   and   Teaming   a'  specialty.  Daily Stage leaves Thomson's Landing every morning at 7 o'clock ���������  for Trout Lake City.   For particulars write  CRAIG to HILL3IAN, Thomson's Lasoii-S.  A    ;-���������  .   -  GOOD  CHANCE  To secure one of those'desirable  lots"  CHEAP on the C. & K. Steam Na-ri-  gation Company's site. " ."   ���������  Dont -wait    till    the -boom   cornea  our wav, but BUY NOW.    HAIG & CRAGE  Sole Agents.  For All   Kinds of   G^mmercial  PRINTING  QR AS YTniNG in tko line of  JOB PRIN1ING. If you do  you can be furnished with tho  same by THE IIERALD. "We  carry a greater assortment of  paper, Envelopos, Cards, Etc,than  any other establishment in  North Kootenay, and can give  satisfaction in  Quality  Promptness  and Price.  Prices aud samples  furnished on  application.      Address  Give Us A Call. Oor Prices Are Fight  Be Sure and register at the  BJ1LJV-0OL .HOTEL  When you reach FERGUSON.  lie   Revelstoke  Herald  The table is nroviileel with the hest  the market affords.     Kates from $2  to S3 per day.  CUMMINGS BROS.,   ���������   Proprietors.  eJobn  E. Wood  What Do You. ft-  Want in Shoes ���������:  If you want a good Minor*' Shoe earn*  D. JenkiDS.  I" ynn wunt a good Frotpecton' Shoe coma -  to D. J_nkl__.  Shoes and Harness repaired onth- .ho!t__.  nolle.. All line- - ot work kept in atoek  al prices to suit a'L  D. JENKINS  First Street, one block from tb* Imperial  Bank ot Canada,  ltcvelatoko Station. B. O. '  Tfee Revelstoke  Photo Company  Revelstoke,' B. C-  31UDIO: DOUGLAS STRK  T  Jlrefateet  and Buildep  Ee t:niot_a, plans and specifications Iarciahed  on application. Shop and repair work  promptly attended to. Wood carvirf. a  specialty.      Work    Shop   on   Front "Btrect.  Wendell Maclean  Wholesale  and Be tail  Revelstoke, B. (.  Druggist, Calgary  Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.  (22 tf]  The Vernon Soda  Water .Wopte . ,  M. J. O'BRIEN,   FROPIU-STOlt  Manufacto-e'-'of Soda "Water. Slnnr  Ale. Bai-apri-Ia and all Sort Drinks.  A fall supply kept In "took et- Mo-  Carty'B Cold Storage, wber* or__r������  oinbeleft. -' a__a-sw-"_t  H_VEL$T0H_  IRON WORKS.;  Blacksmlthine* Jobbinjr  Plnmbing.  PlPe'FittlnJf  Tinsmithing  Sheet Iron Work  Machinery RePaisred  Mining Work a Specialty ' ���������_���������  ROBT. GOBDOH  - Revelstoke 8t*.io_. TO STOP  THAT COUCH  Oat a BotH. of  COMPOUND SYRUP  OF WHITE PINE  AND TAR  As ������____.Hent r-mrdt lor Coughs, Colili and all  Uronehlal Trouble,  ONLY as CENTS A BOTTLE  THE CAN ADA' .DRUG & BOOK  CO., Ltd.  -~~__. P.. J_.Do.uijr,. Mansiter.  P.erclstoke Station, B. C.  LOCAL AND  CENERAL   NEWS  ��������� _):3->at the Vic. for ii������andivic.*h.  ���������Special attention ia tlrawn to Guy  E.-erber's ail in this issue.  I_ A. Fret_ ha* the contract for the  erection of a handsome cottage on First  etreek west.  I_4r. Fret* is buny cm lhe plans e.f a  IVlxOO business block which he intends  putting up next to his residence em  the corner of First "street and Reikeby  avenue.  Ti. Scott hns* opened a very tasteful  and <v������ll selected stock eif imported  glass and chinaivare in his store on  the top of the hill on Douglas Avenue,  opposite the skating rink.  -fc N. Coursier expects to open up  vritti a sto. k'-ot drygoods... gent's furnishings, and hoots and shoes in Ti.  Howson to Co.'s old stand on .Mackenzie avenue, next week.  Mr. J. Edwards, the popular host of  t he "Victoria, has just received a very  hind tome gold medal hs souvenir of  hli prowess among the clay pigeons at  the gun club' shoot held last Labor  Day.  The Oold Commissioner has given  lhe Cayley Bros, the job of putting up  SCO y -i-ds of ffnring along Third street  ���������at the point where the river bus encroached on the neighborhood of the  >street.  A large crowd acsembled at Ronald  on Friday, the loth inst.. to witness  the presentation of a gold watch chain  nnd locket to Mr. XV. Newman, the  popular railway umn of the Si'lkirk  and Arrowhead section. Dr.'Prortoi-  too'k the chair.  .The procession of life insurance  ngepts whiih passes through the'iiiuc-h  enduring IniHiness ollices of this town  at.tbo rale of about three a week, has  K#en diversified this week . by tlie  'fulv.nt of a lady canvasser. Miss  Rogers. lepresetiting the Canailn Life.  Mr. J.. P. Kennedy has returned  ftom B.inlf, where he has been for the  l.istt wo weeks. Iin has quite shaken"  ��������� off-the incipient attack of mountain  fever from which ho wns .suffering  before his di-partme for lho Aloerlii  health resort.  I-ossland in ISPS is the title eif aha'nd-  ������om������ son.enir of that city pulilicheil  , hy the Ijoasiatid Beimel of Trade _ The  book i. profusely, illustrated witii half  tone ro'gravingH. which include two of  the Halcyon Uot Springs, and is full  of,all the very 'latest- .information  regarding the mines of lhc camp.  Mr. T. L. Wilkinson, travelling  agent for the Province newspaper was  Jn_l___.i>_oii_.Monela.v.__ Ue_i������ays tli.-_t-_.h->-  . Province is enjoying a large ciirubi-  lioi), but that; owing to the constant  increase in tho population of Vancouver, the eiider journals are quite  . holding their bu-n.'  "Three weeks from next Sunday is  Christmas Day.  J. F.. Wright has started to build a  $2,000 residence on Mackenzie Ave.  There is some talk of building a  hockey and curling i-ink up town this  winter.  Mr. Hugh "ilcCutchcon has ' received  the appointment of collector of customs at -Nakusp.  During a blizzard hniir Tralec, Ire-  hind last Friday an express train was  blown from the rails.  Tin. ski I'lnb are making in-rangi.  tiient.- for a great winter's sport on the  mount-iiii m the north of town.  R. Tappiii"g Is working haril at his  new opera house in order to get it  ready for the Harry 'Lindley Co. next  Alonday.  There i.s every prospect, of some  handsome biisini?..s blocks . heim;  erect ed on First and Second, streets in  the early spring.  IT. Ireland. I'li.IJ.. optician and  druggist, of Toronto, spent Tuesday  in town with his old college mate.  Chas. E. Reid.  The handsome new assay ei/Iice of  the B.A.C., of Rosslaiul. .lust completed ?was pnrti.-illy'destroyed by fire  on Sunday.morning.  Now is the time for merchants to  begin anil advertise their Christ mas  goods. The (.'hristmas buyer wants  to'know' jusl, where to visit o;v XiiiVis  Eve fe.i the selection of presents.  F. L. Owillitn of the firm of White,  Oivillitn to .Scott, of Revelsteike and  Dawson City, has been appointed  public administrator and official  guardian for the Yukon territory.  A great treat is promised for .Saturday niglit next, when the French  Comedy Co. will show in Tapping's  old theatre. They have been playing  with great success in Itnsslanel, Nelson  and other points in the south.  As will be seea in euir advertising  columns nn "application is to be made  to tbe provincial legislature for a  charter for a rail wayfi-eiin Revelstoke  north by the Columbia. Canoe. Fraser  and Parsnip rivers to the Liard or  Atlin Lake.  The government of .l.-inan has  ente-.i-ed formal protest against the ai t  of the Uritish Columbia legislature  passed last spring prohibiting Japanese ns well as Chinese from working in coniu'i'tion wilh any enterprise  authorized under provincial statute.  The Japanese ambassador reports that  his government regard."! the statute as  contrary to the comity <>f uiil.ious and  asks the l'niniiiion government lo  disallow the iibnoxions measure. The  fcder.-iljiiithoritiew havesove_i.il mem ths.  yet in.which to take .action.  81  "The Leading Store.  Xo bluster," no fuss, just business, that's nil.  9 5  Men's C  Youths' Clothing  Children's Clothing  WE NEED MORE ROOM FOR OUR  ��������� j ~a>_ ������.  Tn order to make it we ofler you  "GENUINE BARGAINS"  in- all the above lines  fi   q  mm-  Agent fop the  81ickeiisc_er~rer  Typewriter-  CD "E-A-Xj 37. ik. irtj-  Gents' Furnishing"  Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps and  Stationery, Tobaccos, Cigars, Toilet and  Fancy  Articles, Patent  Medicines, Etc.  POST   OP-PICE   STOEE,   *Ea*E3V*E!X.S_?0__C__: _ B. C.  mmim^-msismiismmmsK^^m^m  Kh.  TAYLOR BLOCK.  IlcKENZlE AVE.  $ Have You  {ft-  %-������     x   \jr ~wji a  i  ^ 'Xmas  ng?  f  Sk"  IF NOT. XVK SHALL .UK PLEASED TO 11AVB VOUR  Sb  ORDER FOR ANY OR ALL OF THE FOLLOWING"':      Sa  S������ Batger's Machine Cut Mixed Peel  ������S Ramona Seeded Raisins  |g Cleaned Currants  ta^ Sultana Raisins  ro| Shelled Almonds  ck9 Dixie Molasses. Etc., Etc.  $>'  im  ���������  Si  WE HAVE ALL VOU WILL NEED   wf  HUT SUET   AND THE   CLOTH   TO   ?/?.  BOIL TT IN.  Notice  fUUUUSUf^^n{edfUU:UUUU  :?GppU?"IariicssXJtafeVXXinicX npcustoiiic_r;to  milking hciivylinrn'oss.   Apph- to",'���������������������������������������������..-������������������-'���������;.���������-'���������' ::"'���������'.  " ;"'"' "'    ' '"V-i'X-"'X":VC.*X:.. -:.f -.0 I77SEU7E7777  '-���������i~!.??::- ::::7-:'..    ,::' Ki.fllt,"IlXC..::  ;��������� _o-S7  BIRTHS  Wn.vi.l_v���������On   Neiv.   27.   lo  .Mr.  Mrs. F. V-'haley, 11 son  '.nil  Shaft Miners Wanted  Tmipit'r Nine. Tji111ilc.il, Albert. Cnuyon, n.C,  requires immediately eiirht :_:ooil sliHK miners.  Wazc- }:l..'4) ]������cr day; board $7.u0 per week;  eitfht h'jurshift..  " NOTICE is";herel.v'fcivo-,tliat' npi.lt-ntion  ������ ill l..o?.niailc,.to llie * Legislative '-Assam bly of  the? Province of Uritish l.'oliimbia'til iU'nexL  .flission, fcr nn Act. to-. ini'Orporate a. company;  "With piiv.cr.to i,oiistrii^t,.equii.,'iiiaintain ami  operate a" Ktiui.liirtl. oiv iiarro.iv. i;iitii;e.railway  lroni some point at or near Ilevoisto_.e, theiiee  in a northi r.v direction by th"' most feasible  route':ilirounh"'.tlie .valleyi "of J'~e_ Co'.ii-ibi-,  Canoe, J'raser aii.l I'arsnil>; rivers, to: the Sfitb  parallel of.. laiitude, Ihencp,' to? the. northerly,  boundary of tbe province lo?a point on c.rnear  the l.iai;cl l-'iver,or westerly _by;t be? most'fea.-:-  ible.route to a.iioint on?.tlie northerly; boiiiid-  ary'ator near A tliu Lake; with iio-.vit to con-  striirt.:braneli lines: from any [joint oil the  main line. or..any ils, branches;* with power to  build, own, equip,? operate ? and "maintain  steuam and;otber vessels, boats: whar(s.-'ioi'lvs  and buililinivs . in eoniiei-tioii? cberfiwitliy.'aiur  to build, e.uiip, .operate; an.l-,maintlifii-tel.c-  urapb ftii'l u-H'phnnc lines in.et������incctie"n;wiiii  the silld railway and "bra neb es "tttud '-i'o^malic  rrailic or oilier"ai-ranirenH'nts. M-ith^'rallu-ay,?  steam;?lK������at or other ?i;ojn[.auie..,''nnd for all  other usual ..and "iK-eessary ��������� powers,.riirlits -<>r  privilegi'!-iriitlint bclialf-4  Uateil this -O1I1 elav of November."IX?".      X .  ji. St.O..IlAMK!:=r.~~y, ,. j .-. And furliu-r Mkei notiee 'that';'nfttion uiider  - Solii-Itor for Apr,liC"nnW...i--ei'.lior. S7. .mu;i ..bei'TOiiiin^ni-.. I-bSfore the  SS-f-l-St ���������-...   7. , Issuance of ..ii������.h r.crli;|.-ates e.f imurnvcinciits.'  3lii..!������'. of Comber.-SOS?������������������?���������'   -��������� ".  ? r7-7::- -I~HA>"GIS J. Oil!EfHjV.V:  UMi7UIUf:'i3?^(idUUUUiUUU  ^IViishmcii, X; Loggers.." Teaiiislors J anrtX: Tie  JIaki.rs.'.'.;'Api>ly to J/G.KN"I,r,K,?Kiialt^B.O.;v?;  X?;C^tincate?ofxiin'provenientsJX;  UU^U^-^UUM^(^J'UUUf7--UUiU  iiosnii-Rii. jT-iushuis-riCiiSENic,' i.Mi'i:iii.ii��������� .ind  . ��������� "~   COHONATroS   SH.N-Kii.il.: "CLAIMS:   _>MII   .THE  .,-'   EMl'IllE, KINGDOM.lSl-Jl."J_lILi:Kri:,lC'.T10N*A|j  .'-:.: J!iSEBAIj'CIjAIJIS.'''���������'���������"'��������������������������� :,:���������;'���������'- "���������   "!"i  i- Situate in tl!e,Rcvelstoke inning-Division.of  West Kootenay District.- .'.Where located on? the  .Nort.'i Forkof e'arnes Creiik, l!is ]~euil.S "���������'���������-' v~ ?,  ���������������������������.''TAKE'.'KOTJ.CE..TnjlT.i;""FrB'."ii-is.l;'0-.IS'cill'>-',  ol Slice "ton. B; e;.. '113 ~-;hpi;iit -for M.be" Ciinies  C'ree"c?Con^.-.li(.nrcd Gobi ".lines, I.inifted; i-rec  .Miner's .Cortificiitc .Xo??!������.872..iule:i.i,.'���������:sixty'  days from theidaie hereof to 'apply io, the  Miniriit Jeecrder -for i-e'rii'iiratcs 'of.:i;in.,rovc-  iuent.-j for the purposo of, obtainirij. C^rtuvn  grants of.tbe al^eice t-biimf.?wj: -??.:��������� "���������'".��������� V"'"'���������-'.'���������':'���������:  ?_V 7  W  Mf  fej  k  ell  m  uiaBiaHM-i_.ii_ii������air.iiiaiiijci-iij|iiiis-iiM>iiiiiNiii-iiiiiBBeB-'B������  ������XX    J Ferguson,;;B-G-    :,;.  i'  I Bssi! _iGepmmo(ia_lori.in-tl-e f  :'| JX;';;? MM8au:?Dis{l_i-ii;:JJ J- f  :j;; Rates, J; |g.������������"PQr;payi.J? I  s D- Ferci-oom. Proprietor-i  HUaUt-llKllllillGI  iBGk������i-|~<akpiiiBa>iiiNig������'_i>iiil������Qj!i������nHOg',  Undertaking and  Embalming  R.  Howson &. Co.,  Mackenzie Ave.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Kurniture  |^  FIRST-CLASS GROCERS AND   FL.IJITERERS,  HEVELSTOKE   ||  Why not procure your supply of Groceries from me at once-?  You can get first class gooels and save SO per Cent, by availinir  yourself of this rare opportunity. This Great Clearance Sale  will only last" till the end Of this month. All outside orders  will be promptly at:ended to.   1. M. GITRON."  -j-EKKaKz :*.________  \\\ L_. Pease -S: C'u's old bt;iiK_.  ffi������^f^ifiiiiiiiiiiiiilii  JAS. McMAKOSr,  .:>iili-i thi-  General. Bla������ksmitf;v Af,       . ._  TH E  R. E. French  -Theatre-^ecr-^  Cutters, Slt-itre:?, Uti^ffii---unci W.-iinns  m.-iclc eir ri'|i.-iii-i'cl.  (icni'i-.-i!  v.-ooel  xvoi k ;i .-i*,e'ci,i.l:  eyelstoke  Letter and Mcr.ey Pouches,  Purse*;  i j  Cigrar and Cigarette Cases  And all Snickirs's Requisites  "CT1  TAPPING'S   THEATRI  ONE   NIGHT   ONLY  noe,  JQlp  jChas. J. Arnan's  liemeinber lhe .date,  next Saturday eieninp.  Thi- will ho tlio liest  Ih.-ul i-i> "coinpany  e'Vi-r si-en in Ht-vel.'.tolM-.  Reacce Tickets on sale at 0. ,f. Amairn atnl  I'. 11. ivelli'.     Popular i-ri.-o 1.  A  Xha5   Qift  To-tiipht the BI. Anilrew's Socictv  ~il! c.lel,rntC the :mnivc,s������iv of Satlll'(1^1}^ DeCeHlDCr SfCl  8cotln.nd'8 patron wiint wilh a l.ijr  epiead*tthe Union, thc sample'room  of Vrhii-h populnr 'lionsc has been  ���������p���������_(ally.di~ci>i-iiteil'''for. the nccasion  wit)- InititmK H,iel Krcencry and neve>rnl  bands-ine paintings nf.Scotch nation.-il  ������porl������ from thn fiiiilu bi'in-li of ''Milling Engineer (xraves.  Mr. F. J. Doi-'t'.y arrived in lov n i  Wondny moriiing in advanee e.f the I  Harry Lindley Comedy Ci. Mr.  Lindli*y will open Tajipiof-'H neiv eiper-i  bouse next Monday, December oil 1,  with a change of .jirogramme pvcry  nighti The company has just closed  a successful six weelc'x cnKiigcment at  the City Music.'.llall. Vancouver. The  Company, i.i'bigger and better limit  e~~er.JIadcmoi.icllc Atlantes, the:  phenomenal serpentine and bnttcrfly  dancers will appear every niglit besides a. hosts of other sppcialty artists.  The Payne niin_ i* a biggcir dividend  payer than the Le-Ri ..'������������������������������������ By mining  and.sbippiug.ipo tons of ore a day it  ���������xaii'tinike a yearly profit, of nearly  "l2.-i_tO.iXiO. The Payne is a sniall fissure 1  averagiiig ii."t more than two anil one-1  half feet, but t'vrry pound  of galena j  taken ont i.f tb-il  vein  will run over I  13)'ouorp9 of silver   and   over  00   per'  cent, of lead to tbe ton. One hundred  and ttvt.nty-five men  will  break and  .ijjttje tbi^ 100 tonn of nre and no power  ~ptaDt, 00   air  drills,   no   hnititing  or  f<t<"ai!i or electric   iiiacbinery of any  Hr.d will bo needed for years.    In fact  ~b*   P-eyne  ju.stjy. ranks  ainongtbc  richrit   mini's  ever_ discovered.   The  oriKbral diecovert-i-j eif the  grniip. sold  tbe wbole?nnt:fur.������6,000.   That  was  _e-~*^pyears -rgo.    The present owner;  *^M^^ce^^fi^|Robert "Plemin^i  II' ���������'.������������������_:.'��������� :  Clearing Out Sale������������������  Boots and Shoes     !  .������ i������r������lb������Mr tho mo--1 _lf:71������~nlt lliintr to  McNict thtic yon know of, but if you  will rcf.fl my n-1 cvory iamtc. you will  soou 'have the prohlom jjoIvcI. I  rnrry ft (-.lait-fl on'J vrvll twlcr-tcil stock  of  Xmas Jewelry and 5-lverv/arc  of '���������vory description, nivl for a srnftllcf  nmotint of moncy'tlHin you po**.Hil>lj-  think, or for a* hijeh a., you wish to  uo, yoiicnn obtnin a  Handsome Present  suitable, for your ciother. your ������>-_;���������&*.-  licart. your sister, your' brother or  any of your innwU. hi next jmsoo I  ���������will cntimcri.to to you unnip, of thu  articiHS ftjifl the prin*3, Mil 'lont wait;  come nnfl delect your choifri -an'l Imvn  '''_-_.-_.p_-- it away for j'ou until you call  for it later on.  Guy   Barber  # ������.  pi mi.. 1        r,TV Jeweler.  ""host Street��������� next poato.Tico.  Transferring-  and Carting"  j 43"p~Telej.bone your orders to W.M. Lawrence  j ana the;- will be promptly attended to.  JRubbers and German   I  Sacks ,. !  AT   A    LARGE    DISCOUNT  JJ. J. BLAND,! Front Street1'  ..GOOD BREAD...  Plaices Happy Homes  _< 1.  "tr- .. ^..,]    -,~ ... r]._.nr,0 H :;,,i:j._,  ,11'**,'b  ti-  ,"ir���������\    ,���������},,,]r.*f,r,iv   bread.  ...THY OijRS...  ..A. N. SMITH...  t!7:71.  Mi  r?3,:  -Jarf;'  r;.?x .  Bi  >:?"- ,  lES.  ^liex  Stove "Trade  ..:���������/:'Vi'cr.rc strictly in tbc'Stoyo b-.isiiit>s.=-.? V/oiiniibiily cxpne^tlng onr ibird car ���������  ??? <'f ..tovossim-i; v..; oiii-'iicd up in KovetMokt'?. _:'t.:oii  liioiiths r.gn. .-.���������;���������:"Oiir. lircat?  .X'Xi'uci'.ciS.biilil.s'-iin'rlicli'.ar'bra'iieihlo  ���������'-thcbiKlit'St yrfel^ of .Stoyesrain. o::r'i',ri?cnare roaf.:b.iiJ.ibli..";.::.\y.O'.c'.-.iii show yoti:-  ; tbi'iihiullKo. 7? i,"oo!,* .love; jiist?.tbe?tbin;;Ur.r baclieipry; or tiie larg.;.-tcelX  XI JlaiigO?iritb ailtiie iatiwtimpi'ovuiiuiii Y_i.-'X;3i'Jneaiing Stovtis���������allJ!nwi:of De>x?  X'^toves froin IS 1.1 ft", ir.f'.ic.-;,'-.iiii'"l in Coal ireati'ii'!;'Stbv'_s'.rbin':jtli'.c''smiull',6lolic':  . ' Hoiitor " to.th-i bir^'C lianil-soino ilGiiblii?lio:it<:rs ridb iiilhtiir'nlo'-lc tfinbcllisb-.?  :'������������������''��������� ineii.ls;'k.-v_I--.yoii?e;Biiiiot'.:'ii_I������'iri'. a furiiaito :j;ut a \doiibloXb".'a!er "w.tb hot air??  ??; r.ttarb 1110111^, anil yoii lihnliavc 5*e>ur up-stalrs licaled 'tp.'per/oi-tion.??\\"o?are?,  '.X'.Vsprr.v'.'.to.dla^  1... IIciiti.'.-s,ijiit as soon as ourjiuiiigs arrive ".ve will feci bio ��������� t q'._'-i'pp'l y-.eil l\i o_n n i 111 _!.' /'  . .J-jcV  ..V'-V'V  : C?r_  (riR>  ���������fes:  C*"fe.  ������-"%(  ���������StS'  v^-j,.1  $?*'  VTvfti  f-~"~S'  ':&9  Mi  X7~UV&W -sSjI*  ;..,?.. ,?':X.?"?.._;. ?X?rf.ffif7?X,';..?7:77J'-f X ?ti:^**ya:reivSl.oyt;s,?Tlcvvfir."i.X.0j^i  Advertisement to Creditors  IN' THE MjV-TEH OF THJ" COIjUMBIA AXI)  KOOTEXAY STKAM NAVIGATION COM-  . PjVXY, IjlMITEn, UABIUTV:  . XOT1CK it. hereby given that the creditor!  of tbe above named company arc hereby re-  quired on or belore;the  Seventh Day of December, IS98  to pond tlieir names and addresses ond the  pnrili'uliiriol their debts or claims, and "th'i  name, nnd ncldrc/'ses of their solicitors, if'anv,  to l). M. rtoj-rer.<. Usej., Jliiuk of Montreal Cham,  bers, Ylctcriii, 11. 0.. the Liquidator of the -aid  rocai'd nnly..lo'ihti..claiiiis:'or''.H-hleli':.the-._.liiu2-  :.dator;, bus.;, then .notice:,:, anil ..the: .Liquidator  ?fihii!l not lie liable for: the''^asset., 'or-: liny./part  t hereof "-as? distributed-to? a ilv" person 'whbfio  cliiim: he.has.iiot.liiulinfitk'B'at the. time: of  dlstrlbuliiig\llio assets or a part thereof as the  ease may bo.".V'_'_..-������������������.���������'" :i: .:?;:.'-:��������� :.'���������:;-;:. v;.::.:,?',.: ..���������,;;".'  ���������-.Ilnteil   at-\'ielorla'; ,B.C, .tliis~.27tb; day; of'  October."A.P., lKiH7-'7:77:::i^''7-:a-^,ii:-:7?K^  /-;;McPIlll.;jlr'S."WOOTOX_~; BAKXAKD, XX:  .'��������� ?:.-���������:';?��������� Kaulc of Montreal .Cbaiiibeiv.: Victoria,  ,':.i.-:-...-\:::,IVC^i Solie-itoin forithc.saii".Liquidator  XJ'Advertisem^tAtpjCreciitore    -  f NOTICE'isXiiKKKflY^n-ENXihit: all. per-  ������������������foii's.'linvliiff. cbiiins'asiiiiiKl the Kstateof "John  'Hi'.llicrliigfoni-liii.e'of theToiviiof Itevelstoke.  in tbe Province of nriliiJb Coluiii bio,"who (lied  i n'or.'n b'pu I.I he: ihont h ot '.Oc lobar' last," .are ;ou  ;or-.bcfpre:ilie?:; _?:���������.-;.';;;;'":'.;??xV;:.:"??::-:^:.??:?;-::r:.������,'   _  ?��������� X JXX?;ip'liXday-of X December,. 1S98JJ?'  Xo 's.ind-.th.ir'-i rames ;-Rndr? ad dresses: alid ?f u II  par tii'.ii 1 a rs of tlieir: claims fi nel of tbe'securiliei  'lif ii'f.v) "������*li ieili'. lliev bold ' to. t be f-oiicHor for  1'rim"; IlDdelin-: Wells... tlniExc-utorof the.la-t-  avIII "aiid:te_j|.ii!iicnt of.the.nnid dec.ej.i'.ed. anel at  1'ne ox;'.iralioirof,th('>aitl term.the sail'., J-Ixec-  ut.ii*:\vill proceed to distribufe'theas^etsof:tho  said estate aiiior.csl the parties oiititlo l-lhereto, havine: _?K������rd only I.ithe claims .of :ivbii:b  I ho-said., Executor has then: 'nolle-..mid1 lhe  said e.\-eiuitoi-.M-ill no't:'be.,liiible"for?lhc sabt  iissetsdr any part 'IheJi-eof to' any..person 'of  ivhose'i'.'aiui/he has not bad n-otieeai. the-timo  of Vlistribiilin-r the:saiel assets;?"/?;?/:'"??:':??:?  '' Dntiitl at Kevelstokbthls sib day of November  ,l80S.*V''-.''7'.'".:"'-.~,'*::''~":.; :;%'"v"?i>Ti,"!. ..-.;:"X"." ������������������  ..... .";���������:������������������.,��������� vr.;B. WI'Lf.f!?-:?" "X:vi:":X':,"/?:?'":,:>-'~:  :. -? :���������,;:��������� V'aX.Kevolsiokci,,!!; c, ?."���������":'"'���������":.:'.::.���������'' .  .������������������'���������"'".'."i���������'.-.:'..������,':::;?::l'xeciili':*.:' .>:'X::r*������^'": "������������������'������������������'.?-���������:,,  ;.,'-'...'"?,;.'-'';i.'?.'i-.,:JA;.ri:S'.MUiiPHv."-"'.    .  ::?:���������-���������.."' -ir.:::?: ���������',_>. :;���������.:.::-.: Itevelstoke, H;'(;;,'  Nov.5���������111^:'      ?. ;,~"e>lic.iU'r for; tbe I'~xecutor.  nOs* ___. c&m ���������S>.3"  ANTHRACITE COAL.  O.'livi'i-fil   from  c.-n^.  D.'liVL'l I'.I    fl-l.ll!   hlll'll.  S9 ";'J nor I em.  .���������?10.l)0 p-..'.- ten,.  Kow  is   llie  tini  lo  <;('t in yiini- winlei' supply lii-rcn-c (In- snow fulls,  iv.rly.      Cii-.li n.usl ue-ciiiiip.-iny llu- order.  Old i'  -_5������-_-__-"___nK-_  i_F. MeOARTY".  Power of Attorney  #     Miss H. Leveque    ������  Dres.ir.nirr;^   ip.   all  its  branches  Notice  TIIK LAN." UK COXPOLiriATEO MI.N'IXO ANH  , S.MKf/J [XO ci j. Limited Liability, 11 coinpnny  i Incrporai'-d .ind.-.- tb.- fompinil..-! A.-t,  u.:",j,  i b..r������-by ieiv.'������ notice   Unit   in  accordance, *.'.'ltb  1 ti,.- pro\U|..;is of Mich  .'ct it  Intends on   the  :!!---t day;! Inv .-inber. Hi'.'S, to remove in  Hen .  Onil:..-  (frr.ru   Vancouver,  In   the   Province of  Krill-di ���������'-InnibLii tu liL-V-it-Okii, In  tbe Province of Prltisb t.'oluinl.-ia.  i:i)i;Aii A.iir.XNKTT,.  C'ehernl Mann-Jier and h'eerjftary  November .'Jib,!"-_.  Mi?  r..t - prices.  ; .'!, aitere.'.!, rcpetircJ.���������;.  :our<-cr'-, 1'rontSt: ���������"'���������.  Why tin you  buy a   rcndy-rr.ade   sui'  evliua yo can net. one mndo to ORDKIt.  made to PIT, made for VOf,*, fnr pr.ictl-  i cally the same money?    A  s-'tift lhat.  v.lll keep its SHAI'K, a snit latest  in  Dl'SlON and -STYl.K,  asuil that Will   !  jeive  you   better    -.vear  aiid   a  ncj-te-r   t  nppCHrance.    It v.ill  be to vour inter-   i  Mil to examine mv TiVEKI'S. SKIteiK"1,   '  WORSTEDS, OV-KftCOATIN(,S, and cot  prices. ' !  R. S.WILSON,  KUVKIjn-OKKBT.'.TlOX  li!r!jfi,  m  m  m  m  m  m  HARRY EDWARDS  Taxidermist  l>-~~:_:  n.'p.rir-. a:  Prose- v--d~  HKAr.?.  'I'A.Xi.J. Kt.'.,  ��������� nd   Moiiatej"!  Third St. East of Schoolhouse  IRcyeistokc Sash & Dooi*  -:^#3 Factory gb^-  , Manufiictiirei-s'������f. and Dealer., in  ���������S.-isOi. Doors, TiniiinKs, Pliiilh"!, f'orni'r  .lileie-l-p.   Mfiiildinif.'.    e>f   eill   kinds,  "...Kitn'cy Giilili.'s"11 nil Ve.'ritiiibib.iveiik.  XJbjitkL'ts uf ('ve'i-yele.'.se"i"iptiiui mnclii  tbeirelci'.'  SI ore iinel ollic-.i Filtiiiffs  V.'iiieleiw Finiii'.'S, with  S.1..I1 fitted  a f-jie'fifill.y. ,  All  lbe latest, n.nc'hlnerv.     Dry kiln ou the  premises.    e;...!l an,I pet prices before*;.  1  Roin^ elsewhere. !.'  SAWYER &rMA.Nr.ING.  Hotel License  XOTICl. lullurchy lelvcn tbat ,",l> days from  dale hereof 1 Iul-iiel to applv to lhe Stll'i-ndl-  ary.Maylntrale for lbe Kev'cl-loke Itidluj; of  West Kootenay for periuision lo ..ell licjuors bv  retail al my llotel at Kevelslol:.'. 1!. CJ.  JAM IC. I'DWAP.O?.  Hated nt Itevelstoke, Nov. fith, ISSe*.     novo-o   _.      ... .....lu-u.kj'    .M1.-.ING      CO..  l'nrob'i', 'inch wilh Iheir bead, oflicu for llritisli  ':.ilumbin, at Kevelstoke, iu the;.County of  ICootenay, lune each been P.ppolntjd tt heiv  A llorney for this Provlnce.to M-lt: j\.K.I".  UKAUN. K_������|., Uanker, irlioi.: address is Kevel-  Mol-e, ii.e:.  1>ht'-il this "Btb day o[ October, A.I"., 1BPS.  Sheriff's  Sale  ftv virtue of a wrll of o.cculion Issucrl out of  tbe Miprenio Oourt of ilrilNh t.nluuiblaon tbo  1 ;ih day of No vein ber 189R In iiniiclioii wherein  the Imperial llHiik of .c.'Hiinda were plnlntfffs  and the Halcyon Hot .Spiin.es Sanitarium Co.  limited, v/cre defendants in the sum ol fir.y~.35  and c'-.-j'-.- "',.    '   ,"- '     '  "  Li lulled,  ���������j'prliiBd  or so   iiiiicli  Land Notice.  Talc ik,iI'i. oi davs uftcrilatu ber.-of I Inieu.)  lo..,.r!>" i;. Tbe e:bfcf t'r.nimis .ouei" or l-anils  nud ~\ or".-, for j.ruilvjiini to liurclitiy.' IO) acres  of If-.n'l on ft. f.'-cui Cfre-k in the North West  K'jot-nnv l;i>-lrlct rb.������.r,bed .,���������; follow,: ij.un-  nivr.'i!.^ i-l lb." Initi-vl 1'eiit iltu.it.'.l on tbe  Kn_'-rn bo-in-lar'. ol Lolli:'.'.' about 27.BS chains  from tbe Nortii bint corner (hereof, thenc -IU  "hi-.li." XorOi.Tli.-iic-r- ill chains l'in-1, Tli"nce  l.'M-balu- _>nt_i,'lli..:ir_ lotiiairn West to tbe  p-jlutof i''_uM.i').'i"'-.-.-il":it.  MJf,'IIAI.*lj CiltADV,  a. i: e-i.M^iis...  Dal'-.I 01 :���������'���������'��������� rf, Ir'.fi.  Advertisement for Creditors  N'l-rii'l-: I- HK.f'.KP.V '..'VKN- thai iill jn'r-om  b-ivli./ .-biliiw n^nln^t tb- K-.latc ot .lobn  lirucc. late i.f Aro.-.i b.-a.l, in-the e-oun'-y of  l-Coot'-nav. It. (".. ubo died in or about'the  r.ionfh of .lune bist, are e.n e.r before the: "ieih  dav of N,,v..mi���������-r. I."-"-", to s.-ml b- p-'������^t. prepaid  to 'Hie selicllors of Ifmcb riruee," the administrator of tbe said deeear.ed. ibcir CMiristian and  auriia.nc. addresses and. descriptions, therfull  PHrlicuir-i's of their clalrn3. a statementof their  accounts, anil the nature of securities (if'any)  held l.y them, after -.v-hicb said date tbe said  administrator will proceed to distribute the  assets of the said estate, and will not oe responsible to any person or persons of whosj_."claim  he shall not tlion have received notice.  . Hated nt Kevelstoke this until elav oi October.  A .'IL l'.IOS.   ..  ���������."-"j H'J'-if BP.UCE."  Rcvel-lnke, B.-fj-  Anmlnlstrator.  WHITE. GWILLIM'* SCOTT,   , ..:'���������"  Revelstoke Station, B. C.     *  Solicitors for tbe Ailu_.ial__.ra.-**.  Notice of Assignment.  T'lir'iiniit to the Creditor's Trust Deeds Act,  and ainendluit net..,  XOTiejK IS HEIIir.HY CHVEX Hint Oeori_;e  1'rederick pnliis of Kevelstoke, in the Province  of llritisli Columbia, grocer and rents' furnisher, has by deed dined the istli' day of Nov-  cmbee, llll'e, a'-vjirned all bis personal eslnle.  eredilstind nffecls. ivliich niny.be seized and  sold under execution; mid all bIs real estate to  Isaac Turner llrewster of Kevelstoko aforesaid,  mine manager, in trust for .tbe benefit of bis  credit, .r*.  Tbe said deed was. executed :by the said  e.bj'Oi'iee Frederick I-'allis and fsr.ae Turner  li.-ewMcr on the Will day of November, 1SVH.  AU persons bn\inir claims auainst the "-aid  ejeoriee I-"rederiek Fallis ere required oil or before tin-  iSlh day of Dcccmbar. 1898, -  io send  to the Trustee full particulars of the   ���������..   .be  ���������us'ils among those creditors whose claims  have been Indeed with him, and that he will  not be responsible after said date for the assets  50 -istribut.id or any part thereof, to anv person or persons, firm or corporation of whose  debt or claim he shall not then have received  notice.  A ac-etinj; of the Creditors of the said  Oeorpe Frederick Fallis v.ill be held at the  office of White, G-.villim A-Scott; Tavlor Block.  Revelstoke. B. C, on Haturdav che '3rd rlav of  December, 1S9S, at two o'clock in the afternoon. - ;  Hated at Revel-toke, P.. C, the 18th day of  November, A. D. ISM..,: ''  WHITE. OWILLI.M & SCOTT,  ^olicUori fcr tlie e.bove-__c_e_ Tru.ste'e.  Snnltariinii e..'oiii|s.iu,. ,   ...   >,,   .uucu  thereof as will sntl.fv tbe said Judfinieut  debts, costs, intei'e.-t, sbei'ilT's fees, ijoiiinlnge,  etc., unless the amount'- arc sooner paid.  iMgned; .0. E. GKOGAX,  Deputy Plicrlff  INVE.VTOHV IirF-l'.RKO.TO AKUVB  One Hllllnrd Tuble, Cues, Balls, Etc., com-  pletivOnc Pool Table, Cues, Hulls,, Etc.; complete, One Team Draught HorsflS,One Cow,  Kli'ht Pit's, Ton Suites'���������Bcilrooiii'Eiirniture,  One Bar Counter nml Water Tanks,. Three  Plate lilnss Mirrors. Ono Cash Kegister, Ono  Stove, One Marble Clock, and a large Quantity  of Glassware, Wines, Liquors, Beer soil Clsnra.  Notice0 of Assignment. ~  Pursuant to the Creditor's Trust Heeds Act  and amending act. ,  NOTICE is bor.'bypi veil that Frank Vandall of  Kevelstoke, in the province e.f British Columbia, hotel keener, lm- by deed dated the ICtli  day of November. 1S9S, assigned all bis personal -  estate, credies and effects which may be seized,  and sold under execution and all his'rcnl estate  to George W. Beach of licvelsloko aforesaid,  mining broker, in trust for the benefit of bin  creditors.  The said deed was executed by tho . said  Frank Vnndftll ami GeorifoW. Beach on the  IGth dav of November, l&Ois. !' All persons having claims 1,pai 11st the said Frank Vanilntl are  required on or before the  20th day of December. 1898,  to send to the Trustee full particulars of tbo  same duly verified, together  with the particulars of the seeuritv fif anv) belel bv them. u  AND NOTICE IS /IE" 1-iHY GIVfcN that after  the said 20th day ol December, 1S08. the Trustee)  will proceed to'distribute the assets among  those creditors whose claims' shall have been  lodged with him, and that he will not be  responsible cfter, said date for the assets so  distributed or any part thereof, to nnv i.erson  or persons, llrm or '-orpoi-atian of whose debt  or claim lie shall not then have received  notiee.   .   ���������-������������������"'���������   ��������� -  ���������   -  i\ meetins of the creditors of the snid Frank  Vandall will be held at tbe office of the Trustee  Front St.. Revelstoke. B.'C. on Monday the 5th  dav of Pec-ember, 1H-Vat_two o'clock In the  afternoon."- ���������    .'      '  Hated at P.evelstoke, B. C, the 21st day of  November, A. D. ISM. '���������' '  WHITE. GWILLn.f & SCOTT.  Solicitors for the abo. __-__i__.ed Trui"to.  ^'-V'i  m  ma

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